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A GENEALOGY 



OF THE FAMILIES OF 



John Rockwell, 

OF 

STAMFORD, CONN., 
1641. 

AND 

RALPH KEELER, 

OF 

HARTFORD, CONN., 
1639. 



Compiled by JAMES BOUGHTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Wiujam F. Jones, Publisher, 

73 Broad Street, 

New York. 



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INTRODUCTION. 



Whoever would attempt the production of a work like the 
following for a pecuniary advantage must necessarily find his 
labor arduous and unpromising in adequate results as he 
progresses with his task. 

Nothing but an actual experience can make him thoroughly 
acquainted with the difficulties which lie in the way of procur- 
ing the material from which to construct the historical fabric 
he has under contemplation. 

The record offices of the towns where the people of whom 
he writes lived are, perhaps, the most reliable source of informa- 
tion, but these afford but the rudimentary part — seldom little 
more than dates of births, marriages and deaths, which of 
themselves are important ; but for the more particular items of 
history, the living descendants of the early ancestors must be 
found, and their family records, and often well-established 
traditions, make up the most interesting portion of the work. 

The early settlers of Connecticut, far more than our own 
State of New York, anticipated the future wants of the people, 
and provided offices and books of record, and many of the old 
volumes have been rebound and preserved, and are still legible, 
although 250 years old. 

From the first it has been the purpose of the compiler of 
this work to contribute gratis «11 his labor and expense in the 
production of the same (a matter of at least three thousand 
dollars, as a mark of love and respect for his numerous kindred 
and friends. 

The collection and arranging the material was commenced 
about the year 1890, at which time it was found that many of 
the old people who could have furnished much interesting 
history had recently passed away, and the task thereby greatly 
increased; however, the work was diligently pursued, and 
information sought by personal application and by correspond- 
ence. Thousands of letters % were sent, reaching from ocean to 
ocean, and from the Gulf "to itie Canadian Dominion, wherever 
addresses could be fcund. Learning that there had been pub- 
lished a book containing some account of the Rockwells, inquiry 
was made and a small volume was found, issued by Rockwell & 
Churchill, Boston, Mass., 1878, compiled by Henry Ensign 
Rockwell, of Washington, D. C, which contains the history of 
the immigration from England, in 1630, of Dea. William 



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Rockwell and his wife, Susannah Chapin Rockwell, and a son, 
fohn Rockwell, who was born in England in 1627, and is said 
to have gone to Stamford, and hence the Fairfield County 
ockwells, assuming that thus the connection between the Dea. 
William Rockwell branch and the John Rockwell branch of 
Stamford is consummated. But. this is only a supposition of 
the writer of that book, as facts and records readily prove. 
Hunting's History of Stamford says John Rockwell was one of 
its first settlers, and was voted a home-lot as such (1641), 
proving positively that he was not the John, son of William, 
who was born in 1627, and accordingly would have been but 
14 years old at that time ; and, further, he is said to have gone 
there after his second marriage. 

The facts relating to the early history of the Rockwell and 
Keeler families have been obtained from Town and Probate 
Court records, mainly at Fairfield, Norwalk, Stamford, Ridge- 
field, and other places in Connecticut, the New York record 
offices affording but limited information regarding the gene- 
alogy of the early settlers. 

Honorable mention is due to Mr. George Boughton, of 
Danbury; Mrs. Amelia L. Rockwell Musson, of Gilbertsville, 
N. Y. ; D. H. Van Hoosear, of Wilton, Conn. ; Samuel Keeler, 
Esq., of Ridgefield, Conn., and Mr. William Rockwell, cashier 
of the State National Bank, Newark, N. J., for valuable assist- 
ance in obtaining the records of families otherwise unknown to 
the compiler. 

While the expense to the compiler, for traveling, searching 
records and writing thousands of letters of inquiry, has been 
very considerable, and the labor of copying and revising the 
manuscripts for a book of over 700 pages has been arduous, it 
has not been irksome, although mostly done from 7 P. M. to 
12 o'clock at night, as other business engagements demanded 
his daily attention during business hours. 



"The people who take no pleasure in the achievements 

of their remote ancestors 
Will never achieve anything to be remembered with 

pride by remote descendants." 

Thomas Babington Macauley. 



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EXPLANATIONS. 



The parents' names of each family will be written across 
the page, with their children in the order of their birth below, 
each person to commence at the left a new line, with whatever 
history of same in order, until all are embraced. 

The several families of the same generation are presented 
in succession as nearly as practicable according to their con- 
nection and ages (some exceptions necessarily occur). The 
number of the generations in succession is printed at top of 
each right-hand page of the same. 

The consecutive numbering at the left hand will represent 
those only who compose the family before marriage, the person 
coming in through marriage taking the number of the person 
they marry. In all mention of men and their wives, the male 
is always mentioned first. 

The consecutive numbering begins at John Rockwell, the 
first person mentioned, and proceeds to the last person in the 
work in regular numerical order ; any addition of names after 
the numbering is made will be accomplished with a small 
letter in alphabetical order to preserve their numerical order. 

The numbers in parentheses at the end of the parents' names 
at head of family are the same and refer to the number origin- 
ally used when said persons were first introduced. 

The numbers in parentheses found connected with the 
original entry of a person refer to said person where they are 
found as parents, and take the consecutive number of their first 
child. The persons in the alphabetical index have the same 
number as in consecutive numbering. 



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No. 

ABBOTT, 546 

Eli 1281 

Elizabeth 1431 

Eva 2289i 

Ezra 1853 

Florence 3688 

George. Jr 30 

Hannah, Mrs 80 

Haron 3229 

Margaret 30 

Mary 1568 

Sylvester 2831 

Thaddeus 208 

ABELL, Eleanor Bryant 3922 

Frances H 8923 

Robert A 2123 

ACKER. George E 5883 

Uda M 2146s 

ACKERMAN, May 5509 

ADAIR, Andrew 1557 

ADAMS. Charles L 5486 

Edwin A 4023f 

Elizabeth Hildreth 5389k 

Fanny E 3400 

Frank 5485 

Gelettye 1818 

Georgia 2022 

Harry B 6592 

Henry L 5484 

Tared S 8898 

John Edson S185h, 5389J 

John L 5487 

Ketura, Mrs., 3277 

Loammi 3277 

Mary 8569 

Mary Adelle 6594 

Molly 391a 

Nancy, Mrs 1818 

Nathan 1818 

Walter Camp 53891 

Warner Keeler 5828n 

William Clair 6598 

William H 8277 

ADDIS, Barbara West 5663 

Emerson W 3643 

Marjory 5662 

ADEE, Dorinda A 1445 

Gertrude, Mrs 1445 

Hubby 1445 

ADGATE. Thomas. Dea 376 

Carrie. Mrs 5705 

Tacie 5705 

William 6705 

AIKEN. Betsey Ann 2834 

Polly 493 



No. 
AKELtf, Sally 1092,2268 

ALBERS, Adelaide 8750 

Catharine Susie 3750 

Edith Adele 8751 

George Rockwell 8748 

Grace Gertrude 8749 

Henry 1946 

ALBERSTEIN, Mary 5087h 

ALBERT, Emma V 2642 

Tames Verne 6643 

William E 5787 

ALGER. David L 4356 

Ella Orilla 5984 

ALLAIRE, Rachel 1029g 

ALLEE, Eliza 1572, 1575 

George A 3305 

James 1575 

lary E 3306 

ALLEN, 2551 

Almira 2254 

Alphonso Benton 5455 

Boughton Theodore 5337 

Carolina Helena 5566 

Carrie 5754 

Charles Emilius 2443 

Cornelius 32C4, 5428 

Daniel 3876 

Darius 8093 

David H 1463cc 

Erastus 2511 

Ernest Leverne 5338 

Florence 5753 

Frederick 5427 

Herbert Leslie 5339 

Isaac 3063 

Isaac Leroy 3068 

fanette Noble 2199a 

ohn 3063, 8418 

ohn Morton 4262 

Juliette, Mrs 3063 

Lafayette 8282 

Landon Ketchum 5565 

Lorenzo 5564 

Marjory Leroy 6586 

Mary, Mrs 3068 

Mortimer Leroy 6886 

Nathaniel 4445 

Nora 6071 

Rebecca 1278 

Robert 3063 

Robert M 5454 

Samuel 3414, 3418 

Seymour 1412 

Violetta 308e 

William Keeler 8177w 

ALLENDER, Ida ". 28*6 



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INDEX. 



No. 
ALLER, Laura Ettc 1792 

ALLEY, Alfred 3280 

Charles Keeler 5517 

Charlotte Wright 6617 

Christie 6589 

Edgar 8284 

Edward 5482 

Emma 5499 

Florence 5489 

Henry 1569, 5491 

Hiram H 8291 

James 8275, 5490 

John Henry 3279 

Joseph 3276 

Joseph Henry 6588 

Julia 5488 

Louisa 5483 

Lucinda 3281 

Lvdia Frances 6587 

Alary E 5500 

Mary Jane 3277 

May 5481 

Morris Keeler 8278 

Phebe 1569, 5479 

Roger Wright 6618 

Stoyell S 5480 

Virginia 3282 

Walter Wright 6616 

William.. 1569, 5498 

ALLISON, John 3926 

ALLYN, Rose Ida B 4625 

ALTHOUSE, Clarissa 1526j 

Nellie, Mrs 1526j 

Peter 1526J 

Ruth 3514 

ALTMAN, Elizabeth, Mrs 2525 

ALVORD, Mary 1285 

Nathan 1285 

Rebecca 1285 

AMBLER, 831 

Abraham 276, 776 

Abram 825 

Fanny 832 

Harriet 829 

Huldah 826 

Pelcg 828 

Phoebe 3177jj 

Rhoda 830 

Silas 827 

Thomas 432 

AMES. Chester W 3298 

Elizabeth 5525 

ANDERSON, Henry 1723 

Mabel H 2214 

ANDRESS, Mercy 255 

ANDREWS, Abigail 1340 

Abraham, Capt 637 

Abram 637 

Berthena 1254 

Charlotte Edith 3471a 

Clara 1339 

Edward, Dr 29*7k 

Edward E., Dr 29S7m 

Eli 637 

Eliza. Mrs 3009 

Elizabeth Ann 1825 

Ella 2969 

Frances E 8009 



So. 

ANDREWS, Frank 8471a 

Jennie, Mrs 8471a 

Joel 1338 

John 637, 1254 

Mary 1142n 

Mary Ella 5228w 

Mary, Mrs 637 

Mercy 732 

Oliver 3009. 

Polly 1841 

Robert 637 

W. Irving 5828v 

ANDRUS, 8361 

Elizabeth 303 

Ephraim ~~~ 1281 

Harriet 1281 

Ruth, Mrs 164 

Sylvia, Mrs 1281 

ANGELL, Carrie B 3915 

ANSON, Polly 661 

APTHORP, James 4021-O 

Lewis 2216f 

Lula 4021n 

ARCHBOLD, Susan 2748, 4851a 

ARKLY, 4894 

ARMER, Leon M 6389 

Lewis M 3183 

ARMOR, Susan 5894 

ARMOUR, Sarah 24661 

ARMSTRONG, Ellsworth 8147 

.ARNOLD, Abigail 1158 

Belle V 4504 

Clarence Rockwell 4503 

Corydon 2537 

Edward 1162 

Freelove 669, 1161 

Hannah 1163 

Isaac 199, 632 

Jerusha 1165 

John 1159 

Maggie L 4314 

Peleg 692, 1160 

Rachel 1164 

Wilbert H 4502 

ASTON, Ida 6588 

ATHERTON, Mary 174 

ATKINS, Astley 8945t 

Fcnton 3945v 

Julia 8945u 

Kate S945w 

Mary 1979 

Thomas Astley 2146j 

ATTWOOD, Alice 4985 

Bertha A 4984 

Pora 2794 

Lender Corey 4983 

ATWELL, Oliver 1479 

ATWOOD, Asa B 2791 

Delia 1606 

AURANT, Mary M 2981c 



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No. 

AUSTIN, Bloomer Hart 2568 

Charles L 4532 

Edward A 2077 

Edward Rockwell 4533 

Elizabeth 1834 

Thaddeus R 3868 

AVERY, Aaron Bowser 4388 

Aletta Mary 34791 

Alfred 2916 

Alice 3549 

Benjamin A 5957 

Blanche 5952 

Caroline, Mrs 34791 

Ethel 6964 

Eva Antoinette 4890 

Florence Lucile 5955 

Gideon Harvey 34791 

Gladys 5958 

Gordon 5956 

Harvey Jonah 84791 

Harvey W 34791 

Holley Gideon 34791 

John Rockwell 4391 

Laura Ann 478 

Lucile 5953 

Lucy Maria 4386 



No. 

AVERY, Mary E 1718 

Mary Elizabeth 4887 

Moses Nathan 4889 

Myrtie 5125 

Nathan 2608 

Wendell Lansing 8545 

William 1689 

AYER, Henry Moulton 1814 

Polly 2788 

AYERS, Joseph 564 

AYLWORTH, Edwin 1758 

AYRES, Addrienne Stella 4214a 

Benjamin 166 

Calvin 2228 

Clarence Keeler 4214y 

Eveline 2227 

Frank W 2857k 

Gladys Elizabeth 4214aa 

Mary Ann 2229 

Milo 4214bb 

Moses 612£ 

Pearlie Amelia 4214x 

Stephen 612e, 1068 



No. 

BABCOCK, Clarissa, Mrs 2096 

Frank Rnggles 3894h 

Joshua 2096 

Luclla 5484 

Mary Elizabeth 3894f 

Russell Prentice 3894g 

Sarah Adell 3894i 

William Dclos 2096 

BACKUS, Clark B 1579 

Emeline Sill 3307 

Nelly C 8308 

BACON, Dana S 6650 

John Elmer, Dr ^ 6649 

Lewis M 6651 

Maria 510 

Morgan L 6991 

BAILEY, 
Ada 



- 4156 

6995 

Addie May 5363 

Annie K., Dr 1498 

Annie Keeler 8158 

Arthur 6663 

Arvilla P 3122 

Betsey Ann 1301 

Caroline D 4423 

Clayton W 3159 

Edith 5999 

Ellen Amelia 3186b 

Ellen Maria 4422 

Eva Adelaide 5991 

Frederick W 6001 

Freelove Ann 1643 

George W 4420 

Gilbert 1498 

-Hackaliah 874n, 8149 

Bailey, Halcyon Gilbert 1498 

Harriet 2605 

Henry F 6654 

Horatio E 5992 

Ida 5994 

Tames 6008 

Yohn Lloyd 5996 

John Wilson 4418 



No. 

BAILEY, Julia A., Mrs 2660 

Julia Ann 4421 

Julia Ann, Mrs 2517 

Lee W 600 

Leon Orlando 5998 

Lewis L 5998 

Mabel 6652 

Mary A 2417 

Mildred 6002 

Morton S 5997 

Nancy, Mrs 1498 

Phebe Lavinia 2606 

Rockwell S 2660, 4419 

Roswell 2516, 2660 

Sarah 6004 

Sarah, Mrs 8149 

Sidney 8149 

Sidney Ray 5362 

Theodore 8140, 6670 

Tyrus H 4652 



BAIRD, 



8368 



Andrew W 1622, 3366 

Clara Eugenia 6541 

George S 3115c 

Georgia Orphia 5343g 

Jesse Keeler 8368 

Joseph T 3867 

Julia Shepard 6843h 

Laura Eveline 6640 

Sarah Ann 3365 

BAKER, Albert Merville 1580 

Alfred 2290g 

Asa 735 

Augusta M.. 4630 

Betsey, Mrs 1265 

Charles L 1*62 

Charlotte 2837 

Delos M 3809 

Edward J 5716 

Elizabeth 4184 

Emily L 735, 1653 

Frank 5579 

Henry Rockwell 6640 

James 1265 



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No. 

BAKER, Jason 1267 

John F 1650 

Josephine, Mrs 8479e 

Josephine Gertrude 8479e 

Mabel A 1182r 

Mary Ann Elizabeth x .. 1267 

Mary Clarissa 1265 

Purdy 874c 

Roby, Mrs 1267 

Sarah 1640 

Sarah Elizabeth, Mrs 3548 

Sarah Jane 8810 

Scott 1661 

Sjperry 4681 

William 1041k, 3441 

William Davis 8479e 

William F 4632 

William S 1648, 2596 

BALDWIN, Carrie Esther 4209 

Catharine Merchant 8940 

Charles 4208 

Charles N 5833 

Ebenezer 2698 

Esther, Mrs 2354 

Francis M 2698 

George H 2143 

Huldah 136 

Jay Jerome 2406 

larion Stevens 5868 

Mary E 5389s 

Phileta, Mrs. 2698 

Rebecca 717 

Sarah 3064 

Thomas 2354 

Tyler 2354 

William 5405, 5407 

William Augustus 3939 

BALLARD, Tryphena 660 

Alice M 6460 

Sharles R 6459 

lara Adelaide 6463 

Daisy Celeste 6461 

George 2870 

Lily Alma 6462 

Richard 5054, 5055 

BANGS, Eleanor 868 

Elijah Keeler 853 

Hannah 855 

Heman 857 

John 864 

Joseph 861 

Lemuel 280 

Nathan 852 

Priscilla 856 

Rebecca 853 

Sarah 280, 860 

BANKS, Aaron 1367 

Joseph 1368 

BARBER, Adalina, Mrs 1249 

Edwin J 2953 

James Edwin 5172a 

enny Maria 5172d 

f artha Jane 2544 

Mary Frances 5172c 

Minerva Sax 5172b 

Nolton 1800 

BARBERY, Benjamin 288 

Ira 283 

BARBOUR, Sarah L 2569 

BARD, Chester M 8957 

Gcorgie F 5818 



No. 
BARD, William 2153 

BARHYDT, Dora 5389pp 

BARINGER, George 2835 

John 7. 2835 

BARKER, Arthur M 8665c 

Bulah 3665b 

Charles Marvin 5221y 

Charles S 8665e 

Harry M 8665d 

Hattie E 6224 

Herbert K 8665f 

James Raymond 6221z 

John S 8267 

Lawrence Stiles 5221x 

Lorenzo Sewell 3665h 

Mary E 6475 

Mary E., Mrs 6389s 

Mertella Eliza 5223 

Mertie Amanda 5222 

Mertie E 3665a 

Orville W 5389s 

Raymond Floyd 3665g 

S. P., Rev 1782aa 

Sara A 6389s 

BARLOW, Dora 5631 

Elizabeth Ann 1559 

BARNDT, M 686 

BARNES, Agnes 1071b 

Henry S 1188 

Justus W 2216p 

BARNUM, 1458 

Anna Lillian 5351 

Charles K \ . . 5257 

Darius 301O 

David Rockwell 2934 

Edward M 3077 

Edward Williams 5352" 

Elijah 1407 

Frederick Thomas 5350 

Garry 1368 

George Edgar 2933 

Helen Louise 6167 

Jemima 27? 

Mary Augusta 6168 

Mary Starr 5258 

Milo 2971 

Noah Knapp 3010 

Phebe R., Mrs 1407 

Sally 694 

Sarah M 3078 

Thomas 1426 

William Henry 2932 

William T 2959 

BARRAT, Stephen R 2340 

BARRETT, Angelina 4183 

Caroline 4181 

Estclle 5840 

Gideon 649 

Grace E 5842 

Barrett, Irving F 5841 

Isabel 1802 

John T 4182 

Lucy 516 

Orville 5839 

Russell S 4183 

Wellington 5838 

BARSLEY, Elizabeth, Mrs 1420 

BARTHOLF, Wilbur G 5338 



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No. 

BARTON, Henry 5991b 

Mary 5696 

Qrrin 1788s 

Sylvester 6221g 

BARTRAM, Seely 1168 

BASS£RMAN, Elmira 8868 

BASSIUER, Sarah 6089 

BATEMAN, Priscilla 407 

BATES, Alfred • 8118 

Benjamin 8899 

Catharine Gertrude 8460 

Chester L 1786 

Chester Smith 1848 

Elt 8888 

George Emiiius 8460 

Harriet Florence 8468 

Harry Lorenzo 48l4w 

Jorn lOOld 

John Edward 8461 

Lydia 1008 

Mary, Mrs lOOld 

Mary Jane lOOld 

Nathan 801d 

Ray Torrence 4814u 

S. Chester 4814v 

Sidney 8857h 

BATTLES, Charles F lt>56 

Martha 4708 

Mary Elizabeth 8477 

Minnie F 1066 

BAXTER, Abigail 408 

Ann Eliza 8486 

Frances J 8810 

Frank Harden 6080 

Frederick Lyvire 5081 

John C 8880 

feebecca 787 

William Ming 6089 

William P 8881 

BAXTON, Mattie J 6887 

BAYLIS, W. Harrison 8890a 

BEACH, Caroline 9881 

Catharine A 6480 

Ebenezer C 950 

Edith L ." 6487 

Frank S...^. 5091, 6490 

Hattie 5893 

Isaac 410 

John 8889m 

Juan 6488 

Julia 1981 

Lois 659 

Mary 1986 

BEAHM, Mollie 41S9 

BEAKLY, Henry M 8350 

BEAL, Matthew 679 

Violette 1460 

BEARD. Betsey, Mrs 1400 

Daniel 1400 

Edwin Snencer 5299 

Edwin W 3022 

Elizabeth Field 1400 

George M.. Dr 1034 

Granville Melville D 5293 

James B 8027 



No. 
BEARD, John Frink 1408 

John P §696 
fartha Maria 8024 

Mary Ann 8696 

Theodore H 8U8 

William S §088 

BEARDSLEY, -t-^*. 88 

Frank , 8007 

Heman 6896 

iuliette I 8068 
fathan 5401 

Patience M 685 

Percy Q828g 

BEATTY, Lucinda R 9146 

William l696h 

BECKER, Hannah D 8895 

BECKWITH, Leonard Leander 4070 

Lucinda S 1116 

Mary W 1114 

Sanford 4060 

William 9960 

BEDEAU, Philander 1757 

BEDICUT, Phebe 808 

BEEBE, Alida 8700 

Betsey 8474 

Cornelia 6881s 

Ellen Lorainne 8699 

George H... t 8115e, 6848i 

Gideon I788x 

Grace Benedict 6848i 

H. S 1906 

Harriet 6881t 

Hiram 68Slq 

Lewis 5281r 

Mary 6981u 

Nettie L 8678 

Polly 884 

BEECHER, Bernice M 6680 

Menzer 1 8676 

BEERS, Caroline o087d 

Cyrus 1089 

Frank Alonzo 6087e 

George Herbert 6087i 

Harriet 4114g 

Harriet E 1099 

Ida Belle 5087g 

Lewis Sanford 6037h 

Mary 888, 6087c 

Moses 518 

Perry 8880 

Ruth 8849 

Samuel 420, 518 

Stephen G 5087f 

BEGENT. L. S 2289c 

BELDEN, Abigail 56 

R A 1929 

BELL, Minnie L 4939 

BELLACK, Bernhard F.. Dr 3865 

BELLMAN, Mary Jane 4591 

BELLOWS, Arthur W 5389aa 

BEMENT, Adriel J 4739 

Ira 2648 

Mary Edith 4740 



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No. 
BEMIS, Anna E. M 1061 

BEMUS, John 788 

BENEDICT, Abiah 142 

Abigail 1710 

Adaline 2987r 

Alanson Smith 29871 

Albert Remington 8479e 

Alfred Charles 5283 

Alice 6446 

Alice I, 6279 

Alsina Eudora 1718c 

Amanda E 2987g 

Andrew F 8018, 6280 

Angeline 2987s 

Ann 319 

Anna (note) 7 

Annie E 6228bb 

Arthur N 3121 

Arthur Thomas 6268 

Asa 956 

Augustus Whipple 2987p 

Barbara 3479e 

Benjamin (note) 7, 762 

Bertha W 5228cc 

Betsey 1400 

Betsey, Mrs 1079 

Betsey A. . .' 1711 

Blanche 5276 

Caleb (note) 7, 784 

Caroline E 1972 

Carrie 1025 

Charles Howard 6228q 

Charles Smith 5228h 

Chloe, Mrs 760 

Clara A 1140 

Clarence 3479b 

Clarence A 522Sn 

Cora Estelle 3479d 

Daniel (note) 7, 1429 

Daniel, Dea 1430, 1432 

Daniel, Lieut 882 

David Scott 1738k 

David S r mith 875e 

Delight 245 

Dinah, Mrs 791 

Ebenezer 91, 92 

Edith G 5281 

Edith May 8479b 

Edson D 2987f 

Edward 5217 

Edward Columbus 2987-o 

Edward S 5355 

Eliza Ann 760, 1732q 

Elizabeth (note) 7, 389? 

657, 2987d, 5228i 

Elizabeth N 1971 

Emetine 957 

Emily 957 

Emma Mar cell us 5228y 

Ernest L 5228-o 

Ettie Mary 3479c 

Eunice 3014 

Eunice, Mrs 1398 

Ezra (note) 7, 7B2 

Ezra, Col 511 

F. D .- 63 

Frank C 5356a 

Franklin W 5270 

Frederick 2824 

Frederick Clifton 6526a 

Frederick K 3120 

Frederick W 3013 

Gamaliel (note) 7, 221, 842 

George 1898, 8016, 5275, 6558 

George Frederick 5264 

George Ives 3011 

George . S 5228u 



No. 

BENEDICT, Gertrude E 1717 

Gilbert A 2987e 

Grace Keeler 1718a 

Grace May 5228ff 

Hancey Keeler 171d 

Hannati (note) 7, 511 

656, 812, 1437, 1471 

Harold 5277 

Harriet 1714 

Harriet L 2006 

Harry D 6354 

Helen Reed 2829 

Huldah, Mrs..* 1440 

Huldah Ann 2987a 

Isaac N 1452 

Isabella , 6557 

Jacob Gilbert 1970 

Tames (note) 7, 34, 35S 

, ames, Deacon 1243a 

ames R 5269 

Jared 760 

, emima 482, 1112 

,'erusba 1397 

Jerusha, Mrs 1397 

, r esse (note) 7, 763 

, ^esse Leroy 1718d 

John (note) 7, 245 

854, 791, 979, 981 

John Force 3016 

John H., Dr 2902 

. onas 1429 

, Tonathan (note) 7 

Joseph (note) 7, 876a, 1820 

Joseph Smith 5228dd 

Julia W 1463-o 

Lemuel, Lieut 656, 657, 658 

Lemuel Wildman 1397 

Leroy .• 1718 

Lewis (note) 7, 1718 

Lewis Hanford 3479b 

Lewis N 5217 

Lewis Nathaniel 5228x 

Loretta , 1079 

Lucy W 3119 

Lydia Ann 1718b 

Lydia Waterbury 3479a 

Martha A 5266 

Martha W 5228s 

Mary ± (note) 7, 2446 

Mary, Mrs 1429 

Maiy A 1715 

Mary Ann 1708, 2987m, 3012 

Mary Augusta 5228r 

Mary E 1243a 

Mary H 5274 

Matthew (note) 7, 29 

Maude Agnes Beatrice 5228ee 

Maud 1 5278 

May Emma 3479b 

Mehitabel (note) 7 

Merwin .' 1065 

Nancy 791, 875b 

Nathaniel (note) 7, 875c 

Peter 1079 

Phebe (note) 7, 875c 

Phebe, Mrs 791, 5217 

Polly, Mrs 671, 1432 

Polly Ann 2987m 

Rebecca (note) 7, 34, 542, 1243a 

Rhoda 528, 687 

Robert 3479b 

Robert N 5356 

Rosamond Mary 6559 

Roswell 1732m 

Roswelletta 2987h 

Roy Williams .5228aa 

Ruth (note) 7. 55, 219 

800, 875d, 1076, 1732n, 6520 
Ruth M 2987b 



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"XI 



No. 

BENEDICT, Sally 1438, 1440, 1732! 

Samuel (note) 7 

Sarah (note) 7, 846 

1395, 1896, 1408, 1432 

Sarah, Mrs 1243a 

Sarah A'. 5265 

Sarah Rosetta 5228z 

Smith 1732p 

Solomon 1698, 1712, 1718a, 1969 

Solon 3981 

Stephen 528, 1158 

Stephen Brownaon 658, 1398 

Stephen N 5228t 

Susan D. F : 8017 

Susanna 1395, 1396 

Susanna, Mrs 762 

Susie DeForest 5282 

Thaddeus 7a, 775b, 1440 

Thaddeus S 2987c 

Thomas 7, (note) 7 

Thomas Rockwell 875 

Timothy 406, 791, 1076 

Phebe, Mrs 1076 

Uriah 435 

Walter Lewis 3479b 

Walter Nelson 6526b 

Whipple Williams 2987n 

William (note) 7 

William F 1725 

William Piatt 5267 

William T 2987q 

William Woodford 5228gg 

Zadok 1397 

BENJAMIN, Clara 1650 

BENNET, Sarah 391 



BENNETT, Adelaide Spencer 

Cynthia, Mrs 

Eliphalet 

Exra P 

Hannah 

J. N 

Richard N 

S. A 

Sarah 610, 678. 

Sarah L 

Tabor 

William C 



BENTLEY, Amelia P. 

Edwin B 

Eva 

Hannah Maria .... 

Horatio N 

Horatio Nelson .... 

Ida Augusta 

Oliver C 

Rodney W 

Thomas R 

William Henry 



BESSETT, Carlton Henry. 

Henry 

Hobert E 



BASSETT, Nancy. 

Ruth 

Seth C 



BESSEY, Elizabeth. 

Eliza J 

J. M. f Dr 



BESSIE, Clara. 
Sarah 



4930 
6436 
4932 
3286 
4929 
2765 
4928 
2149 
4931 
4927 
4932 

4940 
4940 
4940 

990 

446 

4541 

2645 
2840 
5037 

490 
335 



No. 

BETTS, Anna 3186 

Bertha 5363a 

Caroline 2826 

Carrie E. Keeler 8131c 

Elizabeth 5107 

Emma C 4665 

Fanny Imogene 5106 

Fred K 8181d, 5363b 

Gideon 541e 

Harvey 912* 

James A 2894 

Matthew 146See 

Samuel 89, 112 

Sarah 84, 443, 516 

Tabitha 151 

Thomas 34, 383 

Walter S 5363c 

BIDDLE, Arthur 6355 

Fidello 4769- 

Joseph Ola 6356 

Perry Blye 6357 

BIELEFELDT, Dora 2465 

BIGGS, Abel 15261 

BILLING, Charles H 4697 

BILLINGS, Elizabeth S 2712 

BINGHAM, Anna Mary 6129 

Benjamin Seymour 6184 

Charles Lyman 6128 

Charles N 6137 

Emcline 6138 

Emeline Jane 4487 

Emma L 6130 

George C 4486 

Hannah A 4488 

Henry Smith 4490 

John L 6131 

Luther S 2634 

Mary C 4489 

Mary Grace 6142 

Samuel White 6183 

Sarah E 6136 

Stillman H 6143 

Stillman Rockwell 4485, 6132 

Willet T 6135 

BIRD, Annis 203du 

Betsey 436 

Celestia 203dw 

Cynthia 859a 

George 203d& 

Henrietta 203dt 

Isaac 203dv 

James 203dy 

James, Capt 203di 

Marion 208dr 

Ripley 208dr 

Sarah 203dx 

Virgil 203ds 

BIRDLEBOROUGH, Minnie D 371S 

BIRDLEBOUGH, Lucian 1914 

BIRDSEYE, Mary E 2427 

BIRCH. A. Edna 5824w 

Almond 3177ee 

Anna W 6824u 

Carrie R 6389-oo 

Carrie Raymond 5824H 

Charles H 5824t 

Edward James 5389dd 



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INDEX. 



No. 

BIRCH, Prank H 5824a 

G» Albert 6824s 

Herbert 5824v 

Howard 6889qq 

Howard S 5889-oo 

Howard Sylvanus 6824 jj 

I esse S 705 
ohn J 5889pp 
ohn Joseph 582 4 kk 
oseph 8177H 
largaret 5389nn 

Margaret Keeler 6S89ee 

Mary S 5824aa 

Nellie S 5824x 

Russell Keeler 5389oo 

Ruth, Mrs 8177ee, 8177ii 

Ruth Ann 6889bb 

Sylvanus 8177ee, 8177ii, 6889pp 

Sylvanus A 5*89oc 

Walter E 8«4y 

William E 5824r 

BIRCHARD, Ada B 6575 

Alanson 1481 

Alanson L 5306 

Annie Gertrude 6578 

Charles 5805b 

Charles Chester 6574 

Elizabeth, Mrs 1481 

Ella 5305a 

Esther 259 

Fannie Elizabeth 5805 

Francis Henry 5303 

Frank H 3041 

Harriet Esther 5804 

Jeremiah 1431 
ohn Francis 8041 
♦ydia 688 

Lyman Henry 8042 

BISHOP, Anna 806, 1023 

Elizabeth, Mrs 1410 

Fanny 1410 

Gertrude 3877 

Martha 1416 

Nathaniel 1410 

Rhoda 1455 

BITNER, Susanna 2515 

BIXBY, Betsey 4042 

BLACK, Agnes 4329 

Sarah 3080 

BLACKLEY, Joseph 25 

BLACKMAN, Alice 1142x 

Lou 1142w 

BLACKWELL, Alfred C 4667 

Frederick M 6325 

Isadora 4674 

John 4674 

John Carson 6327 

Joseph Hunt 6329 

Lilian May 6326 

Rebecca 6328 

BLAGG, Hannah 391 

BLAIR, Abel W 6336a 

Ann M 4023p 

James S 4684 

BLAKEMAN, Abel H 1283 

Diantha 1283 



No. 
BLAKEMAN, Olive, Mrs 1283 

BLAKESLEE, Ida D 2463 

BLAKLEY, Benjamin F 2764 

Caleb C 2758 

Caleb J 2779 

Charles R 2775 

Earl 2778 

Hannah * 2776 

John F 8761 

Lucina 2777 

Luke T CT60 

Mehitable 2780 

Ora 1309, 4826 

Ora S 2763 

Rhoda. Mrs 1312 

Roxana 2756 

Roxana, Mrs 1309 

Sarah M 2757 

Stedman 2781 

Tilley 1312 

Truman 1812 

Truman F 2762 

Zaccheus 1309 

Zaccheus A 2759 

BLANCHARD, Alice Abilene 2562 

Chester 1268 

Frank 5221n 

Harriet Luseba 2561 

Herman 1732u 

Mary Ann, Mrs 1268 

Orrin 5221m 

Wallace J 2563 

William Harrison 1268 

BLATCHLEY, James 1526i 

iames Marcellus. 5889kk 
,izzie Keeler 5S89kk, 582 4 gg 

Seely 687, 1526i 

BLATCHLY, Mary 119 

BLISH, Anita Bell 6807 

Asa 6809 

Earl 6806 

Hattie 6310 

Isaac V 4654 

Samuel A 6305 

Vinna May 6808 

BLISS, Matty A 2688 

BLODGETT, Edwin 2801 

BLOOD, Julia Ann 2523 

Rosa 6882 

BLOOMER, Charles 1870f 

Harry 796 

BLOUNT, Julia E 8309 

BOCKUS, Marvin Washman 6435 

Oscar 4925 

BODES, Janie 1142r 

BOGARDUS, Hattie 5877 

Tohn 4250 

William 6878 

BOKES, Elizabeth 2230 

BOLAND, Abigail 779 

Albert F... 808 

Amelia 8212 



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XtU 



No. 

BOLAND, Augustine E 786 

Belinda 784 

Betsey 781 

Betty 780 

David 267, 788 

Ezra A 785 

John 276, 778 

Polly 782 

Reuben 777. 808 

Rowena 276, 776 

BOLT, Benjamin 109 

John 109 

BOLTON, Mary 862 

BOND, Caroline 4764 

Charles H 4767 

Charles Henry 6363 

Joseph Edward. . .\ 6854 

Margaret 4764 

Mary Cecil 6852 

BOOMHOWER, Alfareta E 4091 

David E 4988 

Enos J 4987 

George 8798 

George D 4986 

Lamira A 4990 

Lydia L 4989 

"BOORMAN, Narcissus 2247g 

BOOTH, Anna Laura 5244 

Cornelia 2581 

Henry 8320 

BORIGHT, Rufus 2887g 

BORST. Alice H 4157 

Arthur 4157 

Frank 4167 

Lyman 7 4157 

Stella 4167 

Walter 4157 

Warren R 4168 

William 2329 

"BOSS. Sclinda 682 

William G 682 

BOSTWICK, William 2247d 

BOTHWELL, Widow 622 

BOTSFORD, Caroline E 2167 

Daniel 1019 

Ezra V 2164 

Helen Eliza 2166 

Henry 2185 

Marcus D 2168 

Marcus R 8968 

BOTTSFORD, Ezra V 2107, 2110 

BOUOHTON, Anna, Mrs 659 

Annie 5326 

Caroline Hagan 6503 

Carrie Adelia 5312 

Catharine Lyman 6504 

Charles Augustus 3058 

Charles Herbert 5327 

Clarence Edward 8061 

Clifford Leroy 5330 

Daniel Webster 3055 

Diantha Maria 1155 

Edna A 5329 



No. 

BOUGHTON, Edward Hicks 1448 

Edward Hooker 5191, *5*f 

Edward Morris 8977 

Elias 659 

Eli Henry 2976 

Eliza 1446 

Eliza Runaanna 3067 

Elizabeth Benedict 2974 

EUa Rockwell 8065 

Emma Eliza 3063 

Esther Ann Dana 5192 

Ezra Palmer 5195 

Ezra Wildman 2978 

George 8045 

George Lyman 6194 

Gertrude Augusta 8056 

Gertrude Minerva 8058 

Hannah 1716 

Hannah Wildman 2972 

Harriet Dyer 6189 

Helen Amelia 8059 

Helen Eliza 6828 

Helen Esther 6506 

James 1449 

Louise Adelaide 3064 

Louise May 5811 

Lucy Adelaide 8054 

Mary 2970 

Mary Amelia 5310 

Mary Melinda 8062 

Minerva 1444 

Napoleon 1606 

Nellie 5828 

Rachel 1882 

Rebecca 2971 

Rebecca. Mrs 1382 

Runa Rockwell 1445 

Sarah T). Luella 5826 

Sarah Wildman 5190 

Stanley Eldert 6885 

Thaddeus 672 

Thomas 1888 

Thomas Blatchford 5198 

Thomas Lockwood 2975 

Timothy 672 

Van Tuyle 6505 

William E 5811 

William Ellsworth 3060 

William L 1447 

BOURDON, Wilfred 6430 

BOUTON, Aaron 844, 1813 

Aaron Keeler 1706 

Aaron Roy 8478f 

Aaron Starr 8478b 

Andress 1681 

Ann 1825 

Anna, Mrs 1818 

Avery 248 

Betsey, Mrs 4042 

Charles 981 

Charlotte 1889 

Chauncey 1626 

Chester H 3555 

Daniel 844 

Dinah 791. 

Edwin 1818 

Kli 1388 

Elizabeth 1630 

Emily 1628 

Esther 728 

Ezra 1388 

Gould 541h 

Hannah 117 

Hannah Maria 1604 

Huldah 641h 

Isaac 762, 921 



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INDEX. 



No. 

BOUTON, Isaac, Mrs 921 

Isaac Leslie 8479 

Isaac Seeley 1707 

Tames 1605 

fared 860 

John 379, 471 

John C 5279 

John Fowler 1821 

Foseph 4042 

Laura, Mrs 2240 

Laura V 3562 

Linus 1816, 1819, 2240 

Louisa 3478d 

Mary 1429, 1624 

Mary, Mrs 844, 860 

Mary Cornelia 3558 

Mary Esther 3561 

Mary Louisa 3478c 

Moses 762, 860, 1704 

Phebe 729 

Polly 1814 

Rachel 45, 388, 814 

Rhuah 541f 

Richard S 725 

Ruth 122 

Ruth Ann 1709, 3556 

Sally 255 

Samuel 122, 1813, 1815 

Samuel H 3559 

Sarah 732, 1820 

Sarah, Mrs 1388 

Sarah E 1819 

Sarah Elizabeth 2240, 3560 

Sarah Minerva 1705, 1708, 3478c 

Smith 1817, 3557 

Sperry 1627 

Stephen 265, 732 

Sylvester 1603 

William 3554 

William Warren 4042 

BOWING, Laura Ann 5228h 

BOWKER, George 4119 

BOWMAN, Elizabeth 1891 

BOYCE, Ada B 6306 

Burdett 1925 

Hilton W., Dr 2553a 

Nancy Odell 3048 

Rockwell 3720 

BOYD, Charles 5903 

Darwin W 4315 

Elba 5904 

Elizabeth 3073 

BOYS, Betsey 1279 

BOYSTON, Peter 2883a 

BRACKETT, Achsah 2987j 

BRADEN, Mary Jane 8685 

BRADLEY, Anna 659 

Betsey 690 

Burr 1495 

Daniel Burr 5632 

Ella 3824 

Esther 452, 770 

Frances M 1982 

Harriet 906 

Jenny 2989 

Julia D., Mrs 3824 

Mary C 937 



No. 

BRADLEY, Philip 45* 

Sally. Mrs. 1405 

Sarah Elizabeth Marquand 1495 

William 659, 8824 

BRAGG, Mrs 2878 

.Charles A 6027 

Emily Stone 8946a 

Herbert L 5068 

BRAINERD, Alice Beaumelle 6924 

Bertha 5920 

Elizabeth DeLong 5919 

Ezra 4349, 5922 

Georgianna F 1990 

Gertrude V 5921 

Miranda Stromahan 5923 

BRAISTED, Dr 3700 

BRANDNER, Henry, Dr 1737 

Susanna, Mrs 1737 

Adelphine Fredericka 1737 

BRANN, Ann 267? 

James 2674 

James Leonard 4810 

BREWER, Charles P 8967 

Edgar 3965 

Edward C 2163 

Emma 2162 

Ezra R 1018 

Frances 2159 

Frank E 3964 

Henry 2161 

John 44* 

John R 2160 

Sarah 3966 

BRIANT, Jane 468 

BRICKELL, Lucy Maria 2490 

BRIGGS, Charles E 4525 

Mary 1015 

Sidney 2546 

William 1865 

BRIGHAM, Eliza 3547a 

BRIGUM, Mary 7, note 7 

BRINKERHOFF, Augusta 1682 

Benjamin 1882 

Charles Elbert 3664 

Georgianna 3665 

Tames Elbert 6671 

Samuel Segbert 5672" 

BROCKWAY, Payne 886 

BRODERICK, Jane E 1066 

BROISTER, Mary 2878 

BRONSON, George Lewis 1530 

BROOKE, Edwin Bridges 8489 

Julia 3489 

Julia Aletta, Mrs 3489 

BROOKS, Etta C 5078 

Jenny D 5214 

lary 264 

Perry 4770 



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INDEX. 



XV 



No. 

BROWN, D 1870e 

Abby 808c 

Abigail 874h 

Albert R 1029a, 2203 

Alma 2179 

Amanda M 4586 

Angeline P ^ 4538 

Ann 874i 

Anna 4803 

Anna L 4118 

Arthur Fay 6194 

Arza M 6201 

Bell 993 

Bennett S 4537 

Burk B 4558 

Caroline U 4550 

Charles Isaac 6173 

Charles I, 2029 

Charlotte Ursula 4548 

Chloe Elizabeth 1870f 

Clara Jane 6202 

Clarissa C 4551 

Clarissa Estella 3817 

Clarissa Margaret 1870g 

Daniel R 4562 

Daniel Rockwell 2565 

David 2293 

David Edward 4124 

Edwin 4757 

Eliza P 4123 

Emily P 4541 

Emma Gertrude 8816 

Ermina M 6187 

Eveline A 6172 

Frances A 2164 

Franklin S 4547 

Frederick H 6348 

Florence 1898 

Florence Elizabeth 3819 

Gardner R 6187a 

George Arthur 4214p 

George C 6174 

George Franklin 6192 

George H 2357e 

Georgia Anna 3818 

Hannah, Mrs 1269 

Isaac Smith 2567 

Tames 2568 

Jane 1046 

Jane L 4543 

Tared Rodney 2574 

Jarvis Brush 4120 

Jason B 2569 

John 2822 

John C. H 5889ee 

John Frederick 42141 

Julia A 4546 

Julia Selina '. 6177 

Lena Maud 4214m 

Lewis D 6175 

Lida R 5480 

Lorain Phebe 4549 

Louisa A 2202 

Lucretia 2573 

Lucy 2570 

Lucy E 8121 

Margaret DeForest 4121 

Marshall 4540 

Marshall W 4542 

Martin H 4877 

Mary 874g, 1091d, 2247j 

Mary Beets 924 

Mary C 8741 

Mary Caroline 1870d 

Mary Ellen 6171 

May E 5510 

Mercy 2572 



No. 

BROWN, Myrta Louisa 4214b 

Nathan 808*, 831 

Pamelia f 2564 

Philemon K 2565 

Philip H 924 

Prudence , , 808f 

Ralph Curlish 4214-o 

Ray E 6420 

Rebecca 808b 

Roswell K 4122 

Sally 187S 

Samuel 808a, 808g, 1269- 

Selina Julia 4589 

Sherman 6610a 

Silas A 6170 

Silas B 2671 

Susan 874) 

Susan A 1854 

Susan Ann 1870c 

Susannah 808d 

Thomas 874f 

Thomas T 2110 

Walter A 6186 

Walter P 4544 

Wealthy 4646 

Willard D 6193 

William 1269 

William H 6175 

William Rockwell 8815 

William Sylvanus 5824bb 

BROWNELL, George G 4023m 

BROWNSON, Frances 6087f 

BRUNDAGE, 258 

BRUSH, I088g 

Alexander 3894p 

Alzina 1760* 

Amelia Maria 8525 

Amy Lucy T195 

Augustus H 5771 

Bertha DeForest 4127 

Betsey 1148 

Carrie Elizabeth 8115g 

Charlotte 679 

Chester C 1484e 

Chester Howard 3115b 

Clifford Floyd 8115i 

Elias 1746 

EHphalct 1195 

Elise Sherman 5343d 

Eliza Ann 3513 

Eliza Trumbull 4125 

Emetine Keeler 1754 

Eunice, Mrs 1195 

Fanny Maria 1749 

Frank Hawks 3527 

Frederick Crosby 8115h 

George Jarvis 2305 

George Miner 3625 

George P 788 

Henry 943 

Hull H67 

Ida Frances 8115c 

Jane Sophia 1752 

Jarvis H47 

John H 5221t 

John P.. 2604 

Joseph B 2304 

Laura 1753 

Laura Maria 8514 

Lucy Amy 3529 

Mabel E 5769 

Martin H 1755 

Mary Ann 1751 



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XVI 



INDEX. 



No. 

BRUSH, Mary C 1700 

Mary Jane 8518 

Matilda 8039 

Maud A 5770 

Mills P 1748 

Minnie Isabelle 8115d 

Nellie Virginia 8115e 

Pearle E 5772 

Polly 078 

Prisdlla 079, 8860 

Roxy 1747 

Sally 1894 

Sarah Jarvis 4126 

William Crosby 8U5f 

Zophar 078, 1148 

BRYAN, Carleton Felton 4954 

Florence Linda 4954 

Hamilton Vose 4954 

William Vose 4954 

BRYANT, Anita C 5786 

Charles H 8894t 

Thamar Jane 786 

William C 6786 

BUCHAM, Albert J 8770 

BUCKHOUT, Mary Ann 2636 

BUCKLEY, Adelbert 4519 

Archibald 4520 

Eunice 1997 

Frances C 4616 

Henry P 4517 

Jacob T 2541 

Jennie 3471a 

Lilly Etta 4618 

BUCKMAN, Harriet A 4289 

BUELL, Annie E 8902 

Everest William 5796 

Frederick 8903 

Porter F 2108 

William R 8901 

BULL. Patty 188 

BULLIS, Alfred 2782, 4976 

Alida C 4973 

Clara 4978 

Ellen E 4970 

Emma J 4974 

Henry C 4966 

John L 4975 

Mary H 4969 

Sidney B 4971 

Taylor A 4972 

Taylor McCarty 4967 

William 4977 

William C 4968 

BULLOCK, Olive Amanda 4564 

BUMP, Harley 2226 

BUNKER, Emma J 5642 

BUNNELL, George 6633 

BURCHARD, Ellas 1380 

Lottie 1935 

Lydia 182 

Sarah , 70c 

BURDICK, Dora, Mrs 6631 



No. 

BURDICK, Mary 2353 

BURGESS, Linn 1988 

William 62*id, 5221e 

BURGET, Lucy 2506 

&URGHDORF, Catharine 9987c 

BURGOON, Mary E 1059 

BURHAUS, Mary J 8402 

BURK, ■ ■ ■■ 810a 

BURLESON, Martha M 6259 

BURLEY, Mary 672, 1086, 2199 

BURLINSON, George William 8870 

Louise 5544 

William 6543 

BURLOCK, Nancy 599 

BURNS, Alice Enora 8089 

BURNSIDE. Wilitam 854 

BURR, Ann E 8828 

David E 2426 

Elizabeth 244 

Eunice 799 

Frances 8828 

Frederick Lacy 4244 

Hannah 862 

Mary 799 

Mary P 1866 

Moses 1594 

Rhuama 1089 

Sarah 8891 

BURRIDGE, Jane 1647 

BURRITT, Sallv 857 

BURROUGHS, Hannah 1250 

Mary 2498 

BURROWS, Cora 6190 

Clara 6189 

David 2493 

David W 4358 

Elizabeth May 5987 

Frank 6936 

George Washington 4867 

Inez Amelia 5935 

JasDer A 4855 

Juliette 4859 

Laton Read 4545 

Lucinda M 4356 

Lucy 6191 

Lusannah L 4353 

Mary A 4354 

BURSE, Julia 2792 

BURT. Ada May 8938 

Alice Augusta 6457 

Edgar 6052 

Edward Russell 6458 

Edwin 2252 

Frank 2140 

Lcvan Merchant 8935 

BURTIS, Elizabeth H 3458 

Henry 1668 

BURTON, Nathan, Rev 1145 



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XV11 



No. 
BURTON, Rachel 1390 

BURWELL, Abby 1«51 

BUSH, Calvin 4644 

Charles Lee 4651 

Emma L 2606, 4647 

Etta Belle 4650 

Fanny 6284 

Flora 6285 

Flora M 2216d 

Frank N 4646 

George Herman 6283 

Hattie 6287 

Ida Ella 4649 

{ay Morton 4645 
ennie S 6289 
,ulu May 6286 

Sylvia H 4648 

Willie 6288 

BUSHNELL, Addison 2237g 

Alice 4023-O 

Jeremiah, Rev 1258 

Mary Ann 1224 

Richard 376 



Nov 

BUSSING, Frederick 50451 

Mary E 6045j 

Minott B 5046k 

Thomas W 2814 

Tobey 2845a 

BUTTERFIELD, Tryphena 1732v 

BUTTERWORTH, Sarah... 822 

BUTTERY, Ada 6864d 

Carrie 6864e 

Frank 5037d 

Hannah 106 

BUTTS, 715, 718 

Olive 713 

BUXTON, Julia 1849 

BYINGTON, 1381 

Belinda (note) 655 

Brewster 655 

Mary (note) 655- 

BYXBEE, Mary E 93& 



No. 
CADWALDER, Bassett 3955 

CADWALLODER, Florance Amelia. . 6817 
Frances 5816 

CADY, Mary 3150 

William 1080g 

CAHOON, Amelia C 6180 

Dexter G 6182 

Edgar D , 6179 

Edward D 5156 

George P 4689 

' Henry S 4538 

Leland C 6183 

Loyal H 6178 

Morris P 6181 

CALDWELL, Isabel H 8810 

Rea Ella 3998 

CALHOUN. Nellie 2961 

CALIFF, Verona 4675 

CALKINS, 599c 

Curtis 2676 

Harriet S 6364 

Layton E 4783 

Lillian B 6363 

Sarah S 4780 

CALL, Thaddcus E 5056 

CALLENDER, Henry C 5935 

GALLON, Annie 5344 

CAMMANN, Catharine 3467 

CAMP, Flora S 2809 

Isaac 334 

Mary 333 

S... 204 

Samuel R 1127 



No, 

CAMPBELL, Agnes 1 4023j 

Alice R 4023m 

Amy 6545 

Charles E 4023h 

David Keelcr • 6547 

Douglass 2237f 

Eva M 4023k 

George D 4023g 

Harriet A 4028i 

Helen J 4023n 

Helene DeForest 6549- 

Ida 1931 

Jcanette M 40231 

Josephine 1462 

Margaret E 2557 

Marion 6548 

Martha 4616 

Mary 2765- 

Myra 654* 

W. Andre 6266 

CANDA, Maiflard M 4114f 

CANFIELD, Abigail 3, 15, 52, 92, 96 

Alpheus 550 

Burton E 5420 

Caroline 1088e 

David 549, 1088c 

Frank 4760 

George 4239 

Gould 547 

Harvey 565 

Helen A 4170 

James 115, 548 

Lydfa 552, 1088d 

Mary 115, 551 

Mi'ron 1088a 

Morris 6323p 

Nancy 566 

Nelson 1235 

Robert M 2387d 

Samuel 15 

Sarah 554 

Simeon 546: 



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XV1U 



INDEX. 



No. 

CANFIELD, Thankful 553 

William 1088b 

CANNON, Amanda 612a 

CANTNOR, Mary Grace 1463 w 

CANTWELL, Mary 4443 

Mary A 2129 

CAREY, Washington 8115 

CARGILL, Ada Adelia 5940 

Charles J 6941 

Daniel M 4369 

Edwin A 4864 

Elizabeth 4868 

Emma Bell 5943 

Etta 5946 

Frances Ellen 6988 

George M 4861 

Hiram 4360 

Lewis George 6944 

Martha A 4363 

Minnie May 5942 

Nelly 5945 

Olive Amelia 5939 

Preston 2494 

Rhoda Matilda 4862 

CARHART, Alfred 4648 

George A 6185 

Jane 6184 

CARLYSLE, Edwin 6323-o 

Robert 6323n 

William 5409, 6323m 

CARNEY, Mary 8777 

CARPENTER, Mr 4006g, 4005h 

Eliza Jane 1723 

Lydia 2199b 

CARR. Amanda, Mrs 1487 

William P 2275c 

CARRINGTON, Julia 1970 

CARSON, Frances G 2867y 

CARTER, Chloe E 1991 

Sophronia 8296 

CARTWRIGHT, Cora 2216c 

Mehitabel 1158 

CASE, Adelaide B 4950 

Ambrose 5124 

Augustus 2918 

Eliza 607 

George W 2771, 4949 

Lctta 4952 

Millie A 604 

Minnie 3945-0 

Noble 2883 

Walter 4951 

CASEY, Avis, Mrs 1317 

Joshua 1817 

Laura Maria 1817 

CASKILL, Jacob L 1758 

CASPAR, Martha 2691 

Sarah 2590 



No. 
CASTERLINE, Mary 8894-0 

CASTLE, Burr 5480 

Eliza 2867c 

Helen K 4862 

Marshal 599c 

Munroe 3216 

Nellie 5429 

Polly Esther 599a 

CATCHELL, Joseph 858 

CATLIN, 614 

CHAFFEE, Adna R. f Gen 1949 

Adna Romanza 8754 

Helen V 8755 

Kate Grace 8752 

Mabel 8763 

CHAMBERLAIN, Addis E 1583 

Alvin 2088 

CHANNELL, Mary Jane 4605 

CHAPIN, Charles P., Dr 5222 

John R 3665k 

Lawrence D 3665j 

Martha M 3665i 

CHAPMAN, Almira 480 

Clara 2180 

David 8043 

Eliza, Mrs 3043 

Lois L 800 

Peter 804 

Sarah A 3048 

Susan 962 

CHAPPEL, Betsey 1273 

CHARDEVOYNE, Eliza 751 

CHARLETTE, Anthony H 2456 

Edwin Perry 4281 

George Bryant 4282 

Mary Josephine 4283 

CHASE, Alanson H 1744 

Harriet 2896 

iulia 966 
fary Ann 1268 

Phebe , 620 

CHENEY, Ettie 8373 

CHIDLEY, Gertrude 4023w 

CHILSON, Rufus R 4698 

CHIPMAN, Mary 1782bb 

CHRISTMAN, Mary 8802 

CHUMAR, Sarah 1662 

CHURCH, Charlotte 4840 

Chauncey 22.4 7e 

Laura, Mrs 2247e 

Lucy Ann 2247e 

Samuel 874x 

CHURCHILL, Charles B 8840 

Frank Elizur 6719 

Martha Alta 5720 

CLAPP, Georgia Bailey, Mrs 4176 

William, Rev 4176 



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XIX 



No. 

CLARK, Abigail 1471 

Alexander L 2068 

Anna Dell 8468 

Annie E 1950 

Arthur Rockwell 6125 

Bertrand Rockwell 8761 

Carl 83231 

Charles Egbert 8514 

Deborah 890 

Edith May 6128 

Elizabeth 889 

Esther 829 

Frances Elizabeth 3462 

Grace 632311 

Hannah, Mrs 1471 

Horace Hooker 2547 

Howard 5408 

Sames 3514 
ane 5715 
ohn G 4476 
ulia Eliza 8115b 
Latie 5045d 

Margaret '. 2247m 

Milo Monroe 6124 

Nancy 1689 

Nancy E 4526 

Robert 5406 

Ruth 2357q 

Ruth, Mrs 8514 

Sadie 6323k 

Sallu Pell 1471 

Seth 2520 

William Bingham 1951 

William Rockwell 3760 

CLAYTON, Mary 5584 

CLAXTON, Rose 4848 

CLEMENS, Martin Victor 4440 

CLEMENT, Charles Elliott 4046 

CLEMMONS, Elizabeth 109 

CLEVELAND, Earl C 6604 

Ellen 2367 

Eva 985 

John 5503 

Tellie 6605 

CLINTON, Frederick Lcroy 1139j 

Phebe 440 

CLOSE, Deborah 76 

CLOUGH, Ethel M 4006 

CLUTTS, Joseph E 2402 

COARD, Clara Adclia 5787 

Tames A 8894v 

Josephine Ella 5788 

Mattie EHazbeth 5789 

COBURN, Anna 1255 

CODY, Louisa 4556 

COE, Charlotte 1038 

COGER, Caroline Minerva 2727 

COGSWELL, Charles H 2893 

Elizabeth 6105 

Pilmore 2399 

George Gray 2898 

George W 1215 



No. 

COGSWELL, Mary Ann 1214 

Richard W 5104 

COIT. Mary 90 

COLBY, Mary A 4201 

Walter 8101 

COLE, Alice A 8894s 

Alice M 3832 

Andrew Grant 6878 

Anna Mchetabel 6385 

Asa Melton 4827 

Carrie 3894uu 

Cassie 3830 

Charles Rose 6879 

Charles Thomas 6384 

Cora Ellen 6388 

David R 2685 

Edith 2704 

Edward 4822 

Edward Jervice 6377 

Edward M 8256 

Edwin 4821 

Emma L 8894q 

Ezbon David 4820 

Ezbon Walter 6376 

Fanny 6778 

Frank M 6717 

Frederick Lyman 6380 

George Eugene 6381 

Harriet Valeria 6382 

Hiram 2045 

Hobart H S894u 

Ida M 3894r 

J. L 8881 

Tennie M 3894t 

Lyman Dudley 4824 

Martin 1532 

Mary E 3894p 

Richard 2103 

Robert 5775 

Stanley Meldon 4826 

Thomas Tefferson 4825 

William ft 8894-o, 5774 

William Walter 4823 

COLLIER, Henry Alley 6598 

Tcnny 5037a 

Win G 5489 

tohn T 2828 

^foses 1469 

Pena 6597 

COLLINS, Isaac 6015 

Mary T 1171 

COLTON, Addison E 2570 

Caroline T 6208 

Edward W 6204 

Gardy C 4568 

Harriet Elizabeth 4560 

Tames 4562 

Jane Lucretia 4555 

John Cobb 2578 

Tohn E 4557 

Lucy Ellen 4561 

Walter A 4556 

Walter M 4554 

COLWELL, Edward R 6263 

Edward W 4610 

Edward Weeks 4809 

Lucius 5505 

Riley D 8608 

Sophia R 6262 

COMBES, Emma 2264 



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INDEX. 



No. 

COMBS, Kittie May 5889w 

Mary, Mrs «... 5889w 

Russell E 5880W 

COMISKEY, Daisy 5114 

Leonie 5117 

Lulu 5116 

Thomas 2898 

Walter 5116 

COMPTON, Hannah Cordelia 4466 

COMSTOCK, Albert L 8094 

Albert Ruggles 8894b 

Ambrose B 1508 

Betsey Ml 

Catharine Louise 8894a 

Charles 5898 

Deborah 080 

Ellen D * 1182s 

Fannie 1?8« 

Hannah 511 

Roger H 4023u 

William 1870h 

CONANT, Hattie 3804 

CONDIT, Sarah A 1487 

CONGER, Almira 2987j 

CONKLIN, Amanda Malvina 1607 

Ella Georgia 4517 

Tames E »3o9 

Martha 2146g 

CONLEY. Charles S 5077 

Daniel A 5075 

Enos Rockwell •• • • • 5078 

Martha 5076 

Rozilda A 5074 

Sidney 2884 

CONNER, Martha E..-.. 2275e 

CONVERSE, Alonzo 2275c, 4114b 

Charles C 4114c 

Harriet 5221w 

Marvin 1732y 

Sarah 5221v 

CONWAY, Emmett 4021t 

Pearl N 4021u 

Thomas F 22161 

COOK, 339g 

Abby Dean 3874 

Alma F 3841 

Amasa G 2082 

Bertha Elizabeth 3870 

Caroline C 2768 

Carrie Sibyl 4941 

Charles Albert 3872 

Clarissa 2083 

Elizabeth 1146 

Henry Gordon 8871 

Hobart Rockwell 8869 

Jennie 4214q 

John B 1585 

Josephine L 3842 

Joseph Lockwood 2070 

Mary Russell 8873 

Nellie 8148 

Rebecca 859a 

COOLEY, Jenny Ida 4888 

COONS, Aaron P 4597 



No. 

COONS, Amanda 4589* 

Bertha Rose 6250> 

Ella 6287 

George 6239 

Ira P 6249 

John 6288 

Milo W 6247 

Richard L 6248 

Samuel F 4587 

COOPER, Adeline 4542 

Grace Smith 4936 

Lester, Dea 2476a 

Lucius L 2476 

Sarah, Mrs 2476a 

COPE, Allen W 3971 

E. Chalmers B 3970 

Emma B 3969 

Thomas K 2166 

Walter Rockwell 897? 

COPPER. Francis 5228i 

Laura 2473 

Lester 2473 

Sarah, Mrs 2473 

COPPERNOLL, Alice A 1974 

CORBY, Amos 2248 

Mary Belle 4041r 

COREY, 4933 

Adelaide 2771 

Alonzo 1182u, 2357ii 

Alton Clair 5022 

Alzina 1316 

Asenath Maria 2803 

Augusta Eleanor 

Augusta F 2774 

Avis Mahala 2801 

Benedict H 2757 

Burke Lawrence , 5024a 

Caleb 627, 1313 

Caleb J 2797 

Catharine 1809 

Catharine, Mrs 637 

Clara 2357kk, 4948a 

Clarissa Allen 4937 

Cynthia E 2769 

Denton K 2799 

E. Elizabeth 2805 

Ellen M 2802 

Esther 1315, 2796 

Ethel Marion 4986 

Fayette Z '. 2805 

Florence E 4948 

Forrest Fayette 6023 

Grace Irene 4936 

Hannah 1310 

Hannah H 1018 

Harold Milton 4936 

Hiram 2767, 4957, 4958, 4980 

Hiram D 4948b 

Tosiah Potter 4936 

Luther 2857hh 

Lyal Stanley 6024b- 

Martin 1317 

Martin Toshua 2806 

Mehetabel 1314 

Melinda 2768 

Minerva E 2772 

Myrtle Winifred 5024 

Noah 2766 

Nora Eliza 4934 

Paulina 2765 

Permelia 1312 

Reuben 627, 1811 



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INDEX, 



XXI 



No. 

COREY. Reuben, Capt 2770 

Ruth Ann ... : 2800 

Sarah 1808, 2857jj 

Sarah A.......... 8778 

Sarah Amelia 2804 

Sarah Isabel 4985, 4086 

Sarah M 2798 

Sophia E 5010 

CORNELIUS, Elirabeth 6696 

CORNELL, Elizabeth F 2787 

Helen 2066 

CORNING, Anna Fraaer 6542 

Clifford Ives 6648 

Emily Austin 6541 

John Wheeler Leavitt 5268 

Leavett 6588 

Mary Benedict 6589 

William Stedman 6540 

CORNWELL, Keidie 5887 

Sarah 857 

William H 2887 

CORSART, Arthur B 6641 

Mary M 6642 

CORSON, Mary 5029 

CORWIN, Jane R ! 2548 

COSSART, Arthur B., Dr 5751 

COUCH, Esther 618 

Sarah 88 

COUGHRAN, Frederick 6468 

Thomas B 6060 

William Lorenzo 6469 

COULT, Marguerite 2556 

COULTER, A. H 6878 

COVERT, Florence A 2182 

COVILLE, Clarinda 2195 

COWAN. Peter 4888 

COWLES, Abigail, Mrs 188 

Pierre 1062d 

Vernon 2207b, 

COWPERTHWAITE.— 

Arthur Deforest 6568 

Benjamin Wildman 6661 

George Ely 6295, 6664a 

Henry Eagerton 6564 

Leora C..* 8084 

Louise Hart 6660 

Mary Topping 6568 

COY, John Samuel 5881 

COYE, Hannah F 1004 

CRAFTS, Edward K 8487 

Elva Antoinette 4S40 

Frank E 4841 

Ludna, Mrs 8486, 8487 

Ludna Maria 2486 

Luanda, Mrs 2484, 2509 

Mary G 4892 

Walter A 4849 

Wilbur 1 4889 

>,9 



No. 

CRAFTS, William 2487 

William F 2486, 2509 

William Storrs 2609 

CRAMPSEY, Mary 4585 

CRAMPTON, Abigail 19 

Ellen 5889U 

John 4, 20 

Sarah 18 

CRANDALL, Harry 8818 

Orrin P., Rev 1484 

William H 2098 



CRANE, 



1860 



Austin B 6168 

David A 2564, 6165 

Deborah A 644 

Emma Louisa 6644 

Esther 868 

Eurelia 6846 

Harriet 2275 

Laura 2899 

L. Louis J 6166 

Louise 5721 

Rodney B 4584 

Samuel B 4686 

Timothy 2900 

William D 6164 

Williston 6169 

CRANSON, Cassius 6889-0 

CRARY, Ezra Mead 4546 

CRAVAGAN, Bernard 8416 

Sarah 5569 



CRAWFORD, 



464 



Esther Ann 894, 898 

Phebe Maria 899 

CREE, Matilda 9848 

Phebe Ann 1987 

CRESWELL, James 1966 

CRIM, Pauline 8177cc 

CRISSY, Heber S 2286 

Hiram 9286 

Peter 1071 

Peter H 2284 

Sarah 2287 

CRITTENDEN, Warren W 5688 

CRITTINGTON, 180 

CROCKER, Susan M 8191 

CROFUT. Ann Jennett 8416 

Benedict 1878 

Crofut, Charles H 2948 

Frederick H 5158 

Henry 2847 

Mary 1599 

Stephen M 8947 

Stephen T 2949 

CROOKER, Rufus 881 

CROMLEY, Hannah Jane 4457 

CROPPER, Frederick 8818 

CROSBY, Adrienne 8606 



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INDtX. 



No. 

CROSBY* Carrie B 2219c 

Chloe , 1746 

Conklin H \ 6300 

Harriet 6669 

Hart 8606 

Ida Matilda 6666 

Isaac. 616, 1863 

James 8606 
ohanna B 616 
,ydia 1168, 1400 

Lydia, Mrs 1400 

Nettie Maud 3606 

Thomas 1400 

William H 6668 

William Henry 6667 

CROSS, Elizabeth 1328 

CROUCH, Phebe 301b 

CROW, Charlotte 4808 

Curtis 4805 

Ella 4894 

Estella 4896 

Reed 2760 

Sarah ; 4897, 4900 

CROWELL, Allie Minerva 6229 

Charles B 8730 

Gertrude M 6230 

Herbert E 4578 

Joshua 2039 

CROZER, Samuel A 8980 

CRUSH, Phebe S91b 

CULLINGWORTH, Chester Mead... 5343c 

Fannie R 5348b 

George R 8074 

CULVER, Nellie E 3547k 

CUMMINGS, Candace 1511 

Clara A 5828a 

Emma L 2949 

Parker P 6823b 



N*. 

CUMMINGS, William Willis, Dr... 4023s 

CUMPHE, 641 

CURL,* Alphonse **S3 

Alphonso 5458 

Antoinette Amelia 6448 

Dora Augusta 646S 

Edith Lois 5456 

Irene 6450 

Martha Adelaide 5457 

Martha Jane 545S 

William 3230, 3281 

CURTIS, Abigail Elizabeth 8782 

Atherton F 1964 

Charles Atherton 8782a 

Constance Virginia S782d 

Electa 660, 3007 

Ernest Harvey 8782c 

Franklin Erastus 3782b 

Martha P 2948 

Mina 5879 

Moses 1039 

William, Capt 377 

CUSHING, Emily 867d 

Orlando 867j 

CUTCHEON, BYRON M., Gen 4303 

Charles Tripp M 5894 

Frank Warner M 5892 

Frederick Richard M 5896 

Laura May M 5893 

Marie M 5897 

Max Hartrauft M 5895 

CUTTING, Clara 3894z 

Eunice 1732k 

CUVKEND.ALL, Frederick 5492 

George Alfred 5493 

Henry F 8281 

Nellie E 6506 

Ross H 5494 

CUYLER. Rebecca 2058 



D 



No. 

DAGGETT. Leslie M 5228qq 

Maud 528rr 

Thomas H 2981g 

DALABA, Elizabeth Adelia 2498 

Mary, Mrs 2498 

Mary Jeanette 2501 

Solomon 2498 

DALLY, Thomas 8445 

DALY, Ana 1001 

DAMON, Carroll Hayden 6690 

Celia Eunice 3806 

Charles Webster 3804 

Edith Ruth 8805 

Ezra N 2020, 2021 

Kittie Ida 5689 

DANA, Esther Ann 2978 

DANIELS, Henry N 3894k 

Mary 8479b 



No. 
DANIELS, Thomas 3479b 

DANIHY, Mary 103 

DANKS, Mary Ann 81S» 

DANN, Adoniram 1483 

Amos 1474 

Benjamin 1481 

Betsey 1480 

Decatur 1483 

Ezra 869 

Georgiana 3108 

Henry 1475 

Jane 1478 

John Rockwell 1476 

Julia Maria 8107 

Louisa 8109 

Maria 14T9 

Mary 1149 

Mehetable 1477 

Sarah 674, 675, 1149 

William 674, 675 



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INDEX. 



xxiii 



No. 
DANSER, William Rile; 8886 

DAN2ER, Addie B 5711 

Frank Rockwell 6710 

George Rockwell 6712 

Henry J 5713 

Myrtie M 6714 

DARRAH, Nevada 62281 

DARATT, James 992 

DARLING. George C 6586b 

Hannah 48 

Joseph 671 

Rachel 671 

Richard S 6586a 

William A 6848b 

DASKMAN, John 574 

DAUCHY, Betsey 203dg 

Daniel 402 

Edwin 203dm 

Elizabeth 559 

Emeline 203do 

Frederick 203dp 

Grace 558 

Heman 203dj 

Henry 203dn 

Jacob 203df 

Jeremiah 203da, 203dab, 1091 

John 558 

Lois 402 

Lucy 203dab 

Luther 203daa 

Mary 203de, 203dl 

Polly 416 

Sally 203dk 

Salome 203dq 

Sarah 1064 

Susan 203di 

Thomas 203db 

Vivius 107e 

Vivus 208dc 

William 208dh 

DAUGHERTY, George A 4967 

Harel Rose 4957 

DAVENPORT, 372f 

Emily 2017 

Henry 2016 

Milton 2015 

Webster 2015 

William 967, 2018 

DAVIDSON, Ethel L 5965 

Henry Roy 5965a 

Joseph M 1938 

Marion 8742 

William S 4399 

DA VIES, Heyward ...» 4021c 

DAVIS, Addie 3884 

Amos 2475 

Amos W 2475 

Bertha 3704 

Calvin 1789 

Charles 2151 

Charles Henry 3769 

Dr 1502 

Edward 5358 

Edward Lockwood 8768 

Edwin 6493c 

Emily 2269 

Emily Antoinette 4310 



No. 

DAVIS, Esther 1427 

Eugene 8964 

Experience 188, 794 

Ezra 867h 

George B 1909 

Harriet 1508 

Hawley 8466a 

Hiram 2219 

John J ; 1969 

James S 1960 

Kittie 6493b 

Louise 8886 

Lucy 8706 

Luther E 975 

Mary, Mrs 2475 

Mary Minerva 8770 

Osmer 3702 

Permillia 8886 

Randall 8705 

Robert 8708 

Sarah 1425 

Sylvester 3107 

Thomas 3771 

Waterman 2088 

Winetta 6493a 

Winfield Scott 5162b 

DAY, David T., Dr 4118 

Harry 5518 

Lucy, Mrs 618 

Samuel Edwin 8292 

DAYTON, George B 5272 

Helen C 2870 

Joseph P 1097 

Kate G 6278 

Ketura 8277 

Samuel 8017 

Susie DeForest 5271 

DE FOREST, David 661 

Edward 3466d 

Elizabeth J 391 

Polly 1482 

Rebecca 661, 1148 

Sabra, Mrs 661 

Uriah 1143 

William 1896 

DE GOLIA, Hattie 5389t 

DE LAND, Mary Ann S lOSOf 

DE LONG, Melissa 2888 

DE VOE, Anna, Mrs 5045w 

DE WITT, Ellen 4825 

DEAN, Albert B 5227 

Archie B. 3665t 

Bessie L. . . '. 8665p 

Betsey A 178*x 

Beulah M 3 666-0 

Charles 1732r, 5221f 

Daniel M 1782t 

Delos W 2079 

Don L 8665q 

Edwin M 5225 

Ella 52211 

Ellen .„ 6221-0 

Esther Marvin 1782s 

George 5221c 

Harriet 1782z, 5221p 

Harriet Eliza 5$21d, 6221j 

Henry W 1782bb 

Huldah 1732u 

Jennie M 5228 



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XXIV 



INDEX. 



No. 

DEAN, John Henry 5221i 

M. Remington 8665s 

Mary I860, 1732y 

Mary M S665r 

Max M 8665u 

Melville 2869 

Orrin 1782v 

Orrin S 6226 

Ruth Eliza 173zaa 

Sarah 6221k 

Susan 5221e 

William Hobart 8867 

DEBELL, Charles 408 

DECKER, Sophia 1817 

DECLEMS, Mattie 2181 

DEFOREST, Agnes Maria 1718 

Edward 1718 

Elihu 695 

Elizabeth ". 595 

Mary Ehazbeth, Mrs 1718 

Phebe, Mrs 1148 

Rachel, Mrs 695 

Urania 578 

DEFORREST, James 107g 

Lemuel 107g 

Thaddeus 107g 

DELANO, Abijah 628 

Earl 5027 

Earl Rockwell 1819 

Eliza 2807 

Frank 2809 

George 1318 

Gordon A 2810 

Ichabod 628 

Mary 2808 

Warner 2811 

DELEVAN, Betsey 874e 

Elizabeth 2982 

DELLIKER, Ellen W 3021 

Julia E., Mrs 8021 

Leonard N 3021 

DELONG, Elizabeth 2489 

DEMING, Elizabeth C 2238 

Rebecca 1285 

DEMMING, Samuel Smith 2290j 

DENBY, W. S 4322 

DEN I SON, Mayme E 4018 

DENMAN, Mary Louise 937 

DENNIS, Alice 6505 

Anna M 6614 

Celia 6618 

Charles C 6508 

Delbert 6506 

Dorr 6518 

Dwight 8289 

Emily 786 

Emma 82«>0, 6503, 6615 

Frank H 5509 

George 5504, 6609 

Helen- 6612 

Jessie E 6606 

John 1570, 6610 

John Martin 8287 



No. 

DENNIS, Juliette 8287a 

Lena M 6607 

Lewis 3285 

Mary 3288 

Mary Ann 6601 

Ollie May : 6611 

Ralph Dwight 5514 

Sarah Eliza 6502 

Volney 5510 

Widow 1412 

William 3286, 6507 

DENTON, Franc Maria 1188 

DESHONG, Ida 6099 

John B 4456 

DEVOE, 6514 

Frank 6613 

Frederick E 6612, 6618 

Isaac 6312 

Sylvester 6615 

DEWEY, Elias, Prof 2124 

Helen Augusta 8924 

Elias, Prof 2124 

Isabel Starr 3928 

Laura Mayo 3926 

Mary Rockwell 8927 

Winifred Coye 3925 

DEXTER, Olive A 3401 

DIBBLE, Maria 1008 

Theodosia 1075 

Willard Hull 2290f 

DICK, r— 1088g 

Clarissa 1088g 

Louise 1088g 

DICKENS, 1089 

Major 1094 

Mary 2269 

Patty 846 

Polly 1090 

William E 2251 

DICKINSON, Cortland E 4678 

Eli 878 

DIKEMAN, Orra, Mrs 1407 

DIMMICK, Jessie 4214a 

DINGS, Margaret 8177ff 

Susan 8177kk 

DIX, Helen 4750 

DOBBS, Elizabeth 1410 

DOBIN, Rebecca 2609 

DOD, Lillie 8946m 

Lucy 89461 

DODD, Robert 21415c 

DODGE, Julia M 8027 

DOLLS. Edward 8460h 

Frederick 8460g 

Mabel S460i 

William Frederick 8460a 

DONALD, Ella B 2247* 

Isaac 2247g 



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INDEX. 



XXV 



No. 



No.. 



DONALD, Narcissus, Mrs 2247g DREAMER, Widow 15L 



DONALDSON, Adelia 2170 

John 1749 

N 997 

Richard M 2266 

DONE, Grace W 8671 

DONNELLY, Bernice 5815 

James 3950 

DOOLITTLE, Eliza 824 

F»nny 818 

Harvey 822 

Henry 275, 820 

Horace 828 

Horace, Rev 275 

Huldah 821 

ioseph 176, 275 

iarv ^ 819 

Reuben 275, 661 

DORMAN, Mary 4031 

DOSCHER, Charles H 8518 

Henry Whitney 5620 

D'OSSONE, Freeman 4763 

Richmuel 4763 

DOUGLAS, Grace 6075 

DOUGLASS, Almira 1303 

Elias 1808 

Howard Mills 6220 

Leander 1172 

Mills H 5220 

Rebecca, Mrs 1303 

DOUMAUX, Louts 6995 

Morton B 6656 

Vivian 6655 

DOVE, Daniel 2249 



DREW, 



586T 



DOWD, 



2628 



Judson H 8830 

DOWLING, Catharine 1788 

DOWNES, Lucilla S 1030c 

Samuel /. 1030c 

DOWNEY, J. R., Rev 1928 

DOWNS, Anna 518 

Currcnce M 1198 

Harriet Z 2199c 

Letitia 1998 

Mary 1199 

Sally 1494 

DRAKE, Ann, Mrs 2488 

Harriet Ann 2488 

Lillian 4888 

Martha M 2289a 

Noah 2488 

Phebe 2505 



Catharine M 6863 

Clara M * 4199" 

Coral E 4887 

Daniel 5862- 

David 4199 

Gilbert 2850- 

Grace lone 5950 

John 1885- 

Lila Mary 5951 

William H 4199> 

DRIGGS, John Francis 6215 

DROWN, Edwin Earl 6526k 

George A 5228m 

William Ralph 65261 

DRYDEN, Ewing Rockwell 3820 

Florence Sydnor 8821 

Philander E 2081 

DUBOIS, Fosteria 6823i 

Henry 6S|Bjj 

Nellie 6828j 

DUDLEY, William, Major 874v 

DUGAN, Cumberland 5824h 

Jane Mary 5824b 

DUNCAN, Ida J 6615 

DUNHAM, Orville M 5*3* 

DUNKIN, Joshua 1641e 

DUNLOP, Margaret 4041b 



DUNNING, 



372g 



2* 

Aaron 372a 

Anna M 4477 

Benedict 556i 

Daniel 213b 

Hannah 8G» 668 

Kate Jessup 1783 

Lewis 434 

Mary H., Mrs 1738 

Mehltabel 1142v 

Olivette 1443 

Richard 1788 

DUNSCOMB, Charles H 5672c 

DURFEE, Eliza W 5264 

DUSENBERRY, Charles Irving 6571 

Gilbert U 8428 

Jacob 5570 

DUSENBURY, Phebe 1569 

DUTTON, Anna Eliza 229? 

DWIGHT, Rebecca J 2146i 

Theo 2146i 

DYKENS, Ann 1869 



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INDEX. 



No. 
EAGER, Mary Jane 1088 

EAGLE, Isaac S 4367 

EAKER, Louise M 2041 

EAMES, Harris 1189e 

Katie Maria 3460a 

EARL, Jennie 2063 

EASTMAN, Monima 2576 

EATON, Almina R 4889 

Lucy 618 

Sarah Ann 2488 

William 1810 

EDDY, Eliza 963 

Harriette 1468n 

EDMONDS, Charles H 3841 

EDMUNDS, Jennie M 6722 

Lewis L 5721 

EDSALL, Maria L 2481 

EDWARDS, Charles 2207 

Cornelia 1540 

Edward 2204 

George '. 3634 

Louise Coe 2205 

Parmelia S 2206 

Philander 1040 

Robert 693i 

EGAN, Abigail Linda 6456e 

Agnes * 3879 

Francis Elliott 6456b 

Grace 6456c 

Joseph 5045e 
fathan Elton 6456d 

Piercy 6456a 

William C 8854 

EHLE, John 5221u 

ELDEN, Blanche Emily 4278 

Judson E 2453 

ELDERT, Florence May 8060 

ELLIOT, Jeanette 2194 

ELLIOTT. 5976 

Ann B 4426 

Anna B 6014 

Anna Matilda 4480 

Burton V 6019 

Catharine 1 6018 

Delia Eliza 6015 

Edward M 6020 

Elmer E 6024 

Emma A 6011 

Flora B 6022 

Frank K 6012 

George Henry 6030 

Jessie Gertrude 6032 

Marian M 6021 

Mary Ann 1284 

Mary E 2677, 6016 

Mary Ellen 4430 

Mary J 4429 



No. 

ELLIOTT, Mary R 4807 

Minnie L 6023 

Nathaniel 1284 

Nelly M 6017 

Netty 6028 

Oliver 2517 

Oliver W 4485 

Orson V 4424 

Reynolds G 6081 

Robert Seymour 6034 

Sarah M 6018 

Silas R 4431 

Sophia W 2518 

Thomas D 4427 

Victor Alanson 4428 

Walter Victor 6029 

Willis Victor 6033 

ELLIS, Benjamin W 4293 

Bertha 4214f 

Georgianna 5301 

Herbert C 4214c 

Katharine B 4214e 

Martha Ann, Mrs 2476 

Mary 842 

Orvis H 2367b 

Retta L 4214d 

Sarah Emily 1832 

ELLISON, John 268 

ELLSWORTH, Harriet E 3177bb 

ELMER, Abigail 102 

ELWELL, Huldah 632c 

ELY, Calvin 4437 

Caroline 8295 

Caroline B 4438 

Catharine Isabella 1393 

Delos 4441 

Edward 1393 

Fanny 4721 

Mary Ann 4440 

Rachel, Mrs 1393 

Sarah Jane 4442 

Selden 2520 

Simon 4439 

Warren 4486a 

EMERICH, Minnie 5838 

ESTABROOK, George How 6573 

EMMONS, Elizabeth 999 

ENGLISH, Augusta Caroline 1736 

ENSWORTH, S. Elan 890 

EVANS, Edith 4718 

Elizabeth Ann 2452 

Harris 867g 

John J 3449 

S. S., Mrs 2682 

EVEREST, Charles Hall, Rev 1954 

Maria L., Mrs 1954 

Mary L 1954 

EVERETT, Charles 5185 

Clarence Jay 5965c 

Edith 5186 

Edward 8583 



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XXV11 



No. 

EVERETT, Emma J 4898 

Harriet 1745 

Howard 4401 

Mary 6184 

Merle Howard 6966b 

Samuel H -. 8919, 5188 

EVERIT, Leonard K 1769 



No. 

EWING, Belle C 6444 

Eleanor I* 6448 

Esther B 6441 

Frank L 6439 

Grace 1 6448 

{ohn C.... x 6440 
fatthew 6008 



No. 

FAIRCHILD, Agur 98 

Anna, Mrs 1469 

Burr 1469 

Eunice 1469 

Jonathan 46 

Mary 1380 

Sarah 2071 

FAIRFIELD, Horace 1841 

Mary Isabella 8609 

FALKNER, Lyman B 4481 

FANCHER, John M 1689 

Nancy 1714 

Nelson 1861 

Roxana 8479n 

FANNING, Harriet A 8041 

Solomon 8041 

FANTON, Eloise 8126 

Frances Jane 1826 

Harriet H 2989 

Sally 1872, 1495 

1 

FARGO, Electo 1797 

FARNHAM, George Marion 8999 

FARNSWORTH. George Orson.... 2357d 

Harry 4214k 

Jennie F 4214i 

Liela M 4214j 

Lucia Pamefia 4214h 

Lucinda 2610 

FARR, Prank Lerch 6387 

L. B „ 2357X 

Louise Lee 8172 

Mary 2475 

FARRER, John 6018 

FARVOR, Martha 1221 

FASSETT, Lydia 1285 

FAULKNER. Caroline Olive 6008 

Charles 6007 

Charles C 6006 

Edward 6005 

John W 6009 

FAWCETT, Murray W 6074 

FAY, Charles Lester ; ... 4187 

FELLOWS, Emma. Mrs 1091b 

Henry 1091b 

Mary Abby 4633 

Mary Mariah 1091b 



No. 

FELTHOUS. Chester Clemens 6686 

Edith Grace 6684 

George Rockwell 6688 

John A 6706 

FELTON, Celia 1468h 

FENN, Lois 8199 

FENTON, Lovinia Brush 1080d 

Mary E 6088 

William 5889t 

FERGUSON, Abraham ....' 1369 

Augustus H 2941 

Clara M 6494 

Daniel Howes 1470 

David 1871 

Elbert 8096 

Elbreannah 8098 

Eliaa 1367 

Ella P 5150 

Emily D 1870 

Fidelia 8139 

Fidelia A 2942 

Francis A 8094 

Frederick B 2948 

George A 5161 

Harriet 2985 

iames F 8096 
i amie M 8530 

Margaret St John 8097 

Mary 2986 

Mary L 6158 

Sarah 2987 

Susan 1368 

Susan K 8852 

William 648 

FERRIS, Bert A 8767 

Caroline 901 

Harold L 6687 

James A 2280 

Jeffrey 813 

Jennie 6428 

John H 4601 

Maria 901 

Mary 1111 

Roswell ,. 8185d 

Seth 874w 

FERRY, Eliza 8009 

John F 1675 

PERSON, J 1889 

FETTERLY, Chauncey 1984 

FETTIS. George 3461 

Catharine 6588 

FIELD, Betsey 1400 

Isaac 839 



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INDEX. 



No. 

FIELD, Julia B 181Sf 

Sarah Aurora 3068 

Sarah, Mrs S068 

Sargeant 8058 

FILLEBROWN, Myra 6040 

FILLOW. Mary 874aa 

Rufua 1884 

FINCH, Elizabeth 88, 89 

FINK. Catharine 8046 

Christian 987 

David 2049 

John C ". 8048 

Levi 2050 

Nancy 2045 

Sarah 3047 

Stephen 2044 

FISH. Lydia B 8177cc 

Mary Ann 1241 

Wilson 876 

FISHER, Edwin J 6199 

Elizabeth A 5011 

Elmer H 2801 

Emma A 62281 

Florence G 6228k 

Gertrude L 6200 

Harry Dunlap 6526i 

Homer Vinton 6526j 

Ira Wilmarth 4551 

James Cameron 6526h 

John 1029d 

Leon T 5012 

Lizxie 2817 

Lulu B 5228m 

Myron D 6197 

Susan R 6642 

Walter 1 6198 

William 2987d 

William Clarence 6526s 

Willie B 62281 

FITCH, Arthur Keeler 4021b 

C Otis 4021a 

Caroline 5045m 

Charles N 2217 

Eliza 1826 

Elizabeth 5045-O 

Joseph 2845b 

Louisa 5045n 

FLANAGAN, Ursula 2568 

FLANDRAU, Sallie G 6892 

FLEMING, Alice 2189 

Andrew M 1024 

Bertha M 8977 

Bishop A 2182 

Bishop L 8991 

Caroline L 1029 

Clifford A 8992 

Darius S 1026 

Elizabeth A 1027 

Fanny C 1028 

Frederick C 8976 

George 451 

George W 2183 

Harriet A 1029a 

Tohn F 1026 

Lena B 3990 

Lottie 2188 

May 2187 



No. 

FLEMING, Millard A 8184 

Seymour 2185 

Ward L 8975 

William R 9055 

Willie .. 2186 

FLETCHER, Elizabeth Starlde, Mrs.. 1266 

Lucy Balch 1266 

Marian A 2274 

Nathaniel B 1266 

FLUELLYN, Clara 1888 

FOBES. Augusta 6182 

FOGLE, Allen M 6221 

George William 6222 

Isaac Newton 6226 

Laura Isabella 6223 

Nora Minerva 6224 

Sarah Matilda 6225 

FOLEY, Andrew 2668 

Anorew W 4776 

Edward P 4778 

Fanny E 4774 

John Ray 4778 

Mary 4777 

Reuben P 4775 

FOLLET. Sarah 550 

FOOT, Ellen L 1182 

Lydia 2146m 

FOOTE, Charlotte lOSOf 

Cornelia Eveline 2290J 

Erastus Darwin lOSOi 

Hannah 1946 

Henry Lyman 2290k 

Isaac 1030h 

Louisa 2146n 

Lydia 10S0g 

Malachi 541k 

Martha 21461 

Melina Victoria 1080J 

Rebecca 541j 

Sherman 1142p 

Sherman Beers 2290m 

Thomas Jefferson 1030e 

Virginia 1030J 

William Worth 22901 

FORBES, Archibald 989 

Charles 2059 

John 2062 

Lucius 2058 

Maryette 2061 

Newell 2068 

William 2060 

FORBUSH, Lucind 2982 

FORCE. Jonathan 1898 

Tnlia G 4802 

Nancy 1898 

FORD, Charlotte 1251 

Nellie Trowbridge.... 2290s 

Priscilla H 1526c 

FOREMAN, Ann Eliza 2522 

FORKER, Josephine 5045s 

FORMAN, Myron G 8261 



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XXIX 



No. 

FORRESTER, Anna 665 

Arthur 169, 172, 262. 670 

Belle 8081 

Elizabeth 666 

Emily 8076 

Fanny 8082 

Frank 8080 

Frederick 160, 668 

Frederick H 8088 

George 1427 

Hannah. Mrs 1464 

Hiram Mead 1425 

Jane ., 667 

Jane Ann 1426 

Jean 668 

John Rockwell 1428 

tot 669, 1161. 1464 

Maria 1421, 1464 

Martha 8079 

Oliver M 8076 

Rufus 1424 

Sally 1423 

Sarah 664 

William 169, 172, 1422 

FOSTER, 360 

Abigail 777 

Althea 8826 

Amanda 2257 

Augusta 8088 

Benjamin 1598 

Ebenexer 1411 

Ebeneser F 1602 

Emma 2275f, 8087 

Frank E 2800, 8035 

Henry 5221J 

Jonah 303 

Josephine 3036 

Mary Elizabeth 480 

Mary G 1688 

Ruth Arfn 5015 

FOURTELLOT, Minnie C 5889tt 

FOX, Aurinda ". 2289 

FOWLER, Ann E 512 

Benjamin 668. 1420 

Emily F 5300 

Harriet A 5302 

Jessie 6570 

ohn D 3072 

laria ...., 1418 

Martha 860 

Wells B 8040 

William 1419 

William E 5848a 

William F 1420. 8039 

William Henry 6801 

FRANCISCO, Anna Louisa 2451 



No. 
FRANKUN, Bessie M 8115a 

FRASER, Martha 8521 

FRAZEE, Hannah 1001 

FREEMAN, Abbie Jane 3716 

Albert fe 1912 

Blanche L 8714 

Clinton R 8715 

Ira T 805 

Linn 8717 

Louisa E 181* 

Sarah J . 5231t' 

FRENCH. Alfred W 8749 

FRIEDMAN. Agnes 2290-O 

FRISBIE, Asa 4800 

Edith , 4798 

Ella G 5228f 

Frank 4797 

Frederick S 2290e 

Morris 479* 

Orris 2678 

FROST. Abraham 1619- 

Almira 1870e 

Rosanna C 2767 

FRY, Augusta 5172* 

Betsey. Mrs 1400 

Charles W 2989- 

Cornelius A 2990, 6172f 

Edgar H 5172g 

Edward Stanton 5172t 

Elias B 2998 

Elizabeth. Mrs 2980 

Elizabeth Leora 5172k 

Frederick W 5172h 

George 2970- 

Ida Frances 5172e 

Jerome 1890» 

John 1145, 1390. 2980 

' Mary E 2991 

Mary Elizabeth 2980 

Olivia Frances 2992 

Rachel Ann 2994 

Rachel. Mrs 1390 

William Henry 4045 

FULLER, Caroline 874m 

Esther 2354 

Irma Phoebe 8478 

Lois 2469 

Lydia Ann 1818a 

Sarah R 181* 

FULMER, Eliza 1173 



Q 



No. 
GABLE, Iden 8888 

GABLER, Andrew J. S 5824 as 

Tames B 5389w 

John W 5824tt 

GAFFY. James 5666 

Lilian Isabelle 6664 

Leonora 5665 

Mildred 5670 



No. 

GAFFY, Ralph 5669 

Ruth 6668 

Samuel 3654, 5667 

GAGE, Azubah A 2477 

Barton P 2054 

Harriet A 4308 

Horace 2477 

Luke 1732j 

Sarah, Mrs 2477 



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INIfl&X. 



No. 
GALE, Maria 1030b 

GALLUP. Cora Belle 8478a 

GAMAGE, Mary Elixa $614 

GAMBRILL, lone 8056 

GARDNER, Betty 1212 

GARLAND, Helen 8175 

Joseph C 4704 

GARRETT, Kate 883 

GARRISON, Eunice, Mrs 3470m 

Henry 3470m 

Julia 8470m 

GATENBY, Edith Anne 5836 

John V 5386 
f arianne, Mrs 5836 

GATES, Anner 1800 

Eli 606 

Harvey N 1367 

Isrsel 1206 

Jonathan 144 

Julian W 4230 

Mary 1203 

Milan A 2379 

GAYLORD, Dec A 6011 

GEE, Andrew 1927 

Lena 8721 

GEIGER, Charles 6260 

Curtis R 6261 

John A 6250 

William 4607 

GEMNEL, James 1565 

GENTER, Catharine Elisabeth 2987 

GEORGE, Belle 4461 

Hannah 448 

GHEEN, Benjamin 5824-o 

George 5824n 

John 5824q 

John H 5389bb 

Margaret 6824p 

Susie 5824nl 

GIBBS, Nancy 1447 

Rebecca 1303 

GIBSON, Delia 2380 

Elbert W 2381 

Lois V 4235 

Martha 2797 

Mary, Mrs 3266 

Mary A 3877 

Marv Jane 3266 

Stella 2382 

William 3266 

William W 1206 

GIFFORD, Polly 1151 

Ruth 1152 

GILBERT, Aaron 8324 

Abner : 719, 908 

Annie 8361 

Benajah 1450 

Charles 1593, 8118 



No. 

GILBERT, Elias 875c 

Elisabeth 88*0 

Emily Lucy 3470-O 

George K. * "8117 

George L 3868 

George S 1681 

Henry 1696, 8319 

Herbert 8864 

Isaac J 867e 

Josiah 1823, 2830, 8116 

Mary Elizabeth 8888 

Mary Emily 866 

Mary Louise, Mrs 8479-o 

Roselle 8860 

Sarah Laura 8889 

Sarah Z, 8868 

Sylvester 3821 

Tamar 8858 

Thomas 8479-o 

Walter 5840 

William 8386 

GILES, Lucy Ann 1678 

GILL, George 2857dd 

John 2357bb 

GILLETT, Altha E 5389r 

iosephine 4428 
,ucy 2247k 

GLASIE, Lena 3089 

GLASNER, Mrs 1758 

GLEASON, Henry Milo 4214a 

Lorenzo B 2357a 

Mellie M 6221z 

GLICK, Frederick H 4154 

George W 2825 

Jennie 4158 

GLOVER, Benjamin, Com 1718b 

Louise 2401 

Walter Leroy 1718b 

GOBLEX, Mary B 2978 

GODFREY, 1368 

Darwin 2146p 

GOFF, Sarah 22471 

GOLD, Mary I486 

GOODALE, Julia 847 

GOODELL, Joseph 1447 

Mary Eliza 1447 

Mehnda, Mrs 1447 

GOODENOUGH, Elizabeth 100 

GOODMAN, Jesse 1647 

i 

GOODRICH, Calvin 1463m 

Electa 867d 

Eliza Sena 3190 

Tared 718 

Laura 1578 

Sarah 1577 

William, Ensign 877 

GOODSELL. Ambrose W 1828 

Mary 2938 



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*w 



No. 

GOODSPEED, Arthur 4606 

Cyntheria A M19 

Jane Eliza $9*9 
ulia E 6246 

GOODYEAR, Phebc 1960 

Polly 1289 

GORDON, Col 1478 

Chauncey B 4814c 

Eliza Keeler 6624 

Fred Pierson 6561 

Robert E i 8807 

Wealthy 880 

William 1 6628 

GORHAM, Nelson Bradley 8181 

GOSSE, Carrie 8057 

GOTON. Sarah E 4880 

GOULARD, H. M 4005 

GOULD, 2562 

Charlotte 2754 

Daniel 2588 

Emma 4505 

Emma Jane 6152 

Etty May 6154 

Hattie Amanda 1505 

Jonathan C 2588 

Lorin P 5005 

Myron C 4506 

Orrin 6158 

Sarah, Mrs 2638 

Vellettc Warner 8648 

GRAFF, Edmund L 6478 

Frederick W. B 3271 

GRAHAM, Archibald 2247i 

Mary 2247i 

Mary, Mrs 2247j 

GRANDY, Stephen H 4023i 

GRANNIS, Aaron W 1221 

Asa Lyman 1216 

Fremont Miner 2400 

Jason Collins 1210 

John Henry, Dr 1224 

Joseph Gray 1223 

Lydia Adell 2406 

Lydia Ann 1222 , 

Mary 1665 

Ruth Shepard 2407 

Sarah Eva 2403 

Sarah Gray 2408 

Sidney 1220 

Susie Starr 2404 

Weston Gray 2401 

William 606 

William Woodworth 2406 

GRANT, Abbie 4021p 

Claude 4021r 

Erne 4021q 

Frank 6526d 

Fred H 6526e 

Gilbert N 5228g 

Homer Lockwood 5228e 

Irvin B 5228f 

John H 2216h 

Nellie Hattie 6526c 

Sally M 2379 

Samuel C 2087b 



GRANT, William 
William W... 



No. 

I 



GRANTIER. Betsey 1280 

Betsey, Mrs 1270 

Jacob *270 

Mary 1270, 2670 

Polly 2656 

GRAVES, , Mrs 2682 



Emma 5228n 

Lucinda .2146s8 

Sarah Jane 4558 

Willis F...^ 4566 



GRAY, 



2620 



Abel Bennett 8086 

Abraham 145, 601, 4287 

Abraham S 1210 

Agnes Keeler 5858 

Agnes S 4287 

Alfred S 2888 

Anna 602, 4287 

Annis 641 

Catharine Isabella 8004 

Daniel 1804 

Deborah 1187 

Erastus 1186 

Eunice 168 

Gabriel S 1212 

Hannah 600, 608, 1218 

Harriet 1104 

Harriet E 8844 

Harriet Eliza 2858 

Harry M 4286 

Hattie E 1218 

Hattie Estella 24Q0 

Henry Collins 1225 

Hiram H 1102 

Horace Weston 1200 

Iames Peck 2411 

ohn C 607, 2410 

onathan 1870] 

oseph 150 

,ucy Ann 1226 

Lydia 1188 

Mabel 656w 

Mary 2880 

Mary Ann 2860 

Mary E 1211 

Mary Elizabeth 1227 

Mary Louisa 3008 

Millie, Mrs 2844 

Morrell 2683 

Nathaniel 604, 8844 

Orlando 1108, 1202, 2670, 2682 

Pamelia 1184, 1180 

Peter Starr 1186 

Polly 605 

Ruth 1454 

Sally 606 

Sally, Mrs 1804 

Samuel D 1101 

Sarah 1100 

Smith Starr 1188 

Susan DeForest 8005 

Watson Coleman 1228 

Wellford S 2887 

Widow 1202 

William Bennet 1804 

William E 2108 

GREATZINGER, Fannie 8177d 

GREAVES, Grace Frances 3046g 

GREEN. Ada 8200 

Birchard 6671 



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XXX11 



INDEX. 



No. 

GREEN, Charles 3886 

Emma E 4599 

Florence 2921 

H. L-, Mrs 8041 

Henry 5804 

Herbert Wilbur 2290r 

Jeremiah 4189 

John Jay 2590 

Marion 6579 

May 5608 

GREENE, Elua C 6026 

• Everett L 8647 

Helen 6607 

{anette 8648 
oaeph A 8649 
lodman C 2807, 2808, 6026 

GREENFIELD, I,ucy Minerva 6519 

Mary E 5511 

Webb J 3293 

William E 6620 

GREENMAN, Charles 6526 

Elizabeth B 4114h 

Henry L 2275d 

John Harris 4114e 

Lillian L 4114f 

Minnie 4114d 

Peter 8301 

William Burt 4114g 

i 

GREENOUGH, Alice 5160 

GREGG, Jessie 6139 

GREGORY, 26 

Abigail 632 

Annie E 2364 

Betsey 489 

Clarissa 1233 

Cretee 8120 

Edgar 1196, 1202 

George Harvey 1732 

Mariette 1871 



No. 

GREGORY. Mary B 2878 

Milon A 2363 

Naomi 218e 

Phebe (note) 7 

Polly. Mrs 661 

Sarah 1233 

Stevens 1206 

Thomas 874 

Uriah 107S 

GRESS, Malvina 2027 

GRIER, Thomas 1252 

GRIFFEN, Benjamin 1626d 

GRIFFIN, Annie 460 

Jesse 1296 

Mabel Arrah 5916 

Sally 801 

Ursulus A 4340 

GRIFFITH, Evelyn 2561 

iames E 2561 
faria 2382 

GRINNELL. Adelia 1116 

Amos Filmore 4819 

GRIST, Eliza 2672 

GRISWOLD, Albert M 4859 

Charles Mead 6406 

Ellen C 4286 

Ruth J 6407 

GROSJEAft, Agnes 6996 

QROW, Susan 932 

GRUBER, Benjamin 1661 

GRYMES, Lucy 1908 

GULDGER, Annie 4961 



M 



No. 

HACKETT. Addie May 2806 

Asa Marvin 4750 

Augustus P 4600, 4752 

Cyrus P 4748 

Eliza M 4749 

Ernest Albert 6344 

Etta Maria 6341 

Frederick 6837 

George Wells , 4753 

Lucy Maria 4754 

Mary 6388 

Norman P 6342 

Orlando S 4747 

Peleg 2653 

Samuel D 4761 

William 6343 

HADEN, Addison C 2156 

Benjamin 1017 

Elizabeth E 2158 

Mary J 2157 

HAGAN, Helen Eliza 5191 

HAGUE, Jennette 8185e 



No. 

HAIGHT, Adeline 1793 

Joseph 2233 

Sylvanus, Rev 1167 

HAIT, Mary (note) 7 

HALBERT, Wallace B 4901 

HALL, Anna A 4160 

Augusta Marie 6438c 

Bittie 2466m 

Harriet R 4962 

Helen 3838 

John Francis 5140 

Joseph F 1041a 

Xena Claire 4962b 

Lester P 4962a 

Lester Parker 64S8d 

Lester Parker, Dr 4962a 

Parker Louis 6488a 

Phebe 808 

Walter C 4968 

Widow 1142h 

William 4961 

William Parker 2774 



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XXX111 



No. 

HALLETT, Benjamin 9266, 2258 

Emma 4066 

Franklin 4054 

George 4052 

John 4058 

Josephine 4056 

Mary 2268 

Melissa 4068 

Ophelia 4067 

HALLOCK, Anna 1994 

Anna Frances 8787 

Dudley Barrett 8784 

Eugenia Elizabeth 8789 

George B 965 

George Francis 1991 

Georgie Townsend 1998 

Grant 1992 

Harold Hastings 8785 

Harvey Townsend 1995 

Katherine W 878.6 

Maurice Graham 8788 

Nelson 1628, 1542 

Theodora Matilda 1989 

Virginia Elizabeth 8788 

WilUam Rockwell 1990 

HALSEY, Samuel J 2858 

HAMILTON, Achsah 1782n 

Agnes 8958 

Anna, Mrs 659 

Christopher 2155 

Elizabeth, Mrs 782 

Frank C G 1227 

George F., Capt 8762 

Harry 8959 

ierusha 596 

lary 1246 

Mary Louise 4927 

Paul 659 

HAMLIN, David 141 

Irene 1472 

Susan H 1142b 

HAMMOND, Rachel 877 

HANCOCK, Elizabeth J 2218 

HANFORD, Charles 2888 

Corodyne, 4028b 

Edith N 5888c 

Elizabeth 2228 

Eunice 49 

Lily 5828d 

Mary 1817 

Samuel K 5828c 

Sarah Ann 1876 

Stephen Edward 5823f 

HANLIN, Emma P 8908 

HANNA, Isabel 4192 

HANSCOME, Emma 4584 

HANSON, Catharine Maria 2651 

Nancy : 8177cc 

HARD, Lovinia 2076 

HARDEE, Alice 4188 

HARDING, Marianne 2671 

HARKNESS, Alice J 4488 

Eliza 2681 



No. 

HARKNESS, Helen Ann 6027 

Irving 4426 

Maria 2617 

Morton H 6025 

Wilmer E 6026 

HARMON, Carrie B 5495 

George 6588 

HARRINGTON, Esther B 8187 

HARRIS, Anna Elizabeth 6848e 

Eliza 6228c 

Emma 1012 

Frank Benedict 5348 f 

Harriet Ann 1087 

Henry Frank 3116d 

Margaret 88 

Mark Benton 6467 

Mary E j_ 2141 

W. II 7 6069 

HARRISON, Achsah 2610 

Albert Victor 3694 

Almira 6681 

ArKng 5682 

Burdett W 1980 

Cora A ipge 

Ettie L.... 1087 

Frederick Leroy 8095 

Harlan Tames 8698 

gattie S 1985 

Henrietta 8618 

Henry B 103* 

Hubbard 898 

James B..... *. 1019 

I°5»n •• 8696 

l°J» n J. 1018 

Julia Ella 1988 

Leonard R 1034 

fe>"»»« 8710 

Mabel 5686 

Mary P 1017 

Polly Pamelia 5685 

Samuel E 1081 

Violet 5688 

William H 1004 

William Wayne 6684 

HART, Cornelia E 14842 

David Wildman . . .\ 5806 

Emma Elizabeth 1607 

Eva Rockwell 6460 

Fanny Rebecca 5206 

George B 8030 

H. Bessey 6458 

Helen Nichols 6665 

May 6451 

William W 5036 

HARTER, Elizabeth C 8802 

George 8802 

Mary, Mrs 8803 

HARTMAN, Susanna 1787 

HARVEY, Chester A 6516 

George S 6608 

Hepzlbah 2490 

Irene 6610 

Irving 6600 

Nettie E 6511 

Truman S 5211 

William Henry 6218 

HARWOOD, Mary Ann 1842 

Sarah 1842 



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icxxiv 



INDEX. 



No. 
HASBERRY, John C 8364 

HASKELL, 

Zoroster > 



- 1868 

...» 1868 

HASKINS, Charles Theodore 8688 

HASTINGS, Alice 889S 

HATCH, Ann, Mrs 8608 

Arvilla 8608 

Charles C 8608 

Charles N 6481 

Rubie Jerusha 8898 

HATHAWAY, Frank E 4814h 

Franklin B 6768 

Kate 2944, 6768 

Mortimer D 8880 

Olive 6764, 676.6 

HAUVER, Jemima 1818 

HAVILAND, Ann 1601 

Isaac 4174 

Jacob Thomas 2418 

Phebe 1697 

HAWKS, Lucinda 1766 

HAWLEY, Abigail 298, 859 

Amon 1696 

Benjamin 8046 

Betsey, Mrs 8046 

Charles Dwight 3470 

Clara 22891 

Clarissa, Mrs 22891 

Elizabeth 2861 

Emmon 3046, 3152 

Emmon Benedict 5319 

Everett Keelcr 6579a 

Flora, Mrs 1696 

Flora Eliza 3471a 

Frank Benjamin 6313 

Henry Charles 3471a 

Henry D 1696 

Henry K.. Rev 3471 

Herbert Clinton 6313 

Jenny Marie 5315 
ohn rtmon, Rev 3471a 
ohn Glover 8152, 5314 

>hn N 1142z, 22891 

, 'oseph 81 

tittle 2857U 

Maria Jane 2290k 

Oril A., Mrs 3152 

Robert Rockwell 5317 

Samuel S 1820 

Sarah Gertrude 5316 

HAYCOCK, Catharine E 2146a 



HAYES, 



1439 



Catharine 1727 

Charles W 1720 

Christiana 8486 

Clara 872, 5228g 

Ferdinand K . 1724 

Fidelia E 1725 

Isabella F 1723 

!ames 123 
ane 8415 
ohn L 1726 
ulia Ann 1719 
lartha JJIJ 

Mary 1721 

Nancy 5*7 

Rebecca 683 



No. 

HAYES. Stephen 766, 1722 

William 480& 

HAYS, Alfred 4646 

Flora Selina 618ft 

HAYT. 24, 87 

Benajah 180 

Caleb 25, 128 

David 121 

Rhoda 188 

HAYTT, Mercy 870 

HAYWARD, Tempie A 3099 

HAYWOOD, Xenophon 821 

HAZARD, Margaret 540, 541 

Robert 811 

HAZELL, Annie B 3901 

HAZLETON, Emma L 4704 

Henry A 4703 

Julia M 4705 

Lydia L 4706 

Samuel H 2639, 47(17 

HAZZARD, James 1806 

Robert 1807 

William 1808 

HEALD. Edwin Day 5515 

Frederick B 3294 

Harry Briggs 5616 

HEALEY, Clara 1088f 

Ithamar 552 

Nancy 1088g 

HEALY, Emeline 3845 

HEATON, Orpha C 4537 

HECOX, Hannah 70b 

HEIGHT, Annie 5846 

HELM, Charles Russell 6445 

Jacob 5033 

William Rockwell 6446 

HENDRICKSON, Alice Minetta.... 6575 

Sarah Augusta 5578 

William Henry 5577 

William L 8440 

HENDRY, 4964 

HENION, Coleman T 5844 

Frank G 6645 

Graham 6646 

HERON, Marianne 6886 

HERRICK, DeW. C 2612 

HENRY, John C 5228H 

William 2981a 

William M 5228hh 

HESS, Samuel .• 1121 

Sarah 3519 

HICKOK, George 2606 

Elizabeth 1463 

Henry 6177 

1160 



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No. 
HICKOCK, Melissa 4645 

HICKOX, Frances A 2076 

HIG$Y, Sa*an .% 8025 

HIGG1NS, Mary 203 h 

Miriam 208i 

barah E 1487 

HIGH, Daniel 8216 

David 1048 

HIUKER, Elizabeth 1814 

HILL, Albert Alonzo 5616 

Anne M 6828 

Charles P., Dr 4816 

Cora Etta 6906 

Edith May 6618 

Elizabeth 6998 

Elizabeth May 6682a 

Elsie M 4114q 

Fanny 1578 

Frank 8518 

Frank Kay 6616 

Georgianna 4805 

Henry 5998 

James Parmlee 4114s 

Joseph A 3258 

Louis Greenman 4114t 

Mary 4114p 

Minnie 4114-o 

Moses, Rev 928 

Oscar D 2275h, 4114r 

Sherman Hawley 2393 

Somers 2445 

William Willis 5017 

HILLYER, Anna 3502 

HILTON, Harriet 2611 

HINES, Ellen M 3555 

George 8036 

HINMAN, Eliza Ann 5306 

Harriet E 2647 

HISCOX. Jared 775c 

HITCHCOCK, Amanda, Mrs 1392 

Arthur 216/ 

Barnabas, Rev 1315 

Charles Cornell 4982 

Delia May 4981 

Esther 2790 

Harriet 1568 

Sane, Mrs 1315 
erusha 8788 
,uke. Rev 1315 

Miranda 2084 

Nathan 140 

Octavia I ., 1463d 

Peter McKenny 2787 

Robert B 3974 

Wilbur 2769 

William B 3973 

HOAG, Charles C 4953 

Edward Hammond 4956 

Tared C 2772 

Tared Jasper 4955 

Mclinda Jane 4954 

HOARD, Henry Reed 6657 

Joseph S 6013 

HOBART, 64 



N<K 

HOBBS, Isaac E 4179 

Mary Matthews 6412 

WUliam A 4864 

HOBBY, John 14 

"Martha u 

HOCKING, Mary 8217 

HODGE, R. S 4997 

Willis Augustus 6493 

Willis W; 515a 

HODGES, 83a 

HOFF, Caroline S 2056 

Charles R 2057 

Cynthia A 2054 

Eliza 2051 

George W 2056 

iakway R 2052 

uliette 2053 

tichard 988 

HOGET, Mariette 1318 

Sarah R„ Mrs 1813 

Thomas C 1313 

HOLBEN, Frederick 4021s 

HOLBORN, Fred 2216i 

HOLCOMB, Alphonso 4642a 

Caroline E 6266 

Cassius M. C 4625 

Delphine 4626 

Diana, Mrs 4571 

Edith Belle 6293 

Edna M 6294 

Eli 2605 

Emeret 4622 

Emma J 4571 

Emma Jane 4624 

Florence May 6268 

Halleck L 4629 

Hannah 2606 

Harriet, M 4648 

Harriet, Mrs 2605 

Harvey 2595, 4571 

Harwell D 4628 

James E 4620, 6266 

Jasper N 4623 

John 6292 

K. Jay 4649 

Lodoisk M.. 4627 

Mabel C 6295 

Mary H 4621 

Minnie F 6267 

Morty D 6270 

Orator 2601 

Robert M 6296 

Roy C 6269 

Rush B 6291 

HOLCOMBE, Belle G 3568 

HOLDEN, David M 2546 

Sarah F 4524 

William C 4528 

HOLLAND, Ellen 3612 

George 3614 

Jane E 3616 

Nathan G 3615 

Robert 1848 

Thomas 3613 

HOLLEBERT, Esther 51 



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INDEX. 



No. 

HOLLEY, Alfred Wildman 5291 

Eunice May 3479m 

Harriet Beard 5289 

Lewis Jonah 8479m 

Marietta 84791 

Mary Louisa 5290 

Samuel C ' 3026 

Stephen Howard 8479m 

Stephen Jonah 8479m 

HOLLISTER, Allen, Rev 2071 

Catharine 2071 

Fclton 4944 

Helen 4944 

Hubbard 4944 

John 4944 

Mary Banning 4944 

Willie 4944 

HOLLY, Byron 2146a2 

Jonah 1715 

HOLMES, Abbie R 1918 

Alice V 1916 

Almeda J 6008 

Amelia 2835 

Araminta 2833 

Augusta 2831 

Clark ... x 1324 

Clayton E 5009 

Delight 1915 

Denton 1 5006 

Eliud 8836 

Eliza 2836 

Ella L 10H 

Esther V 5008 

Frances H 1910 

Francis E 5005 

Harriet L S576 

Tane 961 

Jennie E 1»U 

Joseph Rockwell 2884 

Leonard 891 

Maria Louisa 5004 

Mary 2832, 8462 

Philander 8886 

Viola H WW 

William 2796 

William H 5007 

HOLT, Cynthia 1785 

HOOKER, Eva Autha 4846 

Flora Ludnda 4845 

Franklin 8742 

HOPKINS, Benjamin S 8898 

Charles J 8891 

Cornelius 2092 

Fanny A 8618 

Florence 5707 

T. Belle 8892 

Kate A 8894 

Laura 5766a 

HOPPING, Edward N 5216 

Florence May «619 

HORAN, John 81*5* 

FORNF. Harriet Alice 8466h 

HORNING, Jacob 4588 

HORTON, Albert 5148 

AmbrosV V.V/.V/.V/.V/.V.V 1868, 2914 
Ann, Mrs 108 ° 



No. 

HORTON, Carrie 8918 

Daniel 646, 1080, 1868 

Deborah, Mrs 2923 

Francis A 1366 

Franklin 5144 

Franklin Northrop 2926 

Freddie 6189 

George W 1364, 2928, 2960 

George William 2927 

George Dean 2915 

Horace 1359 

Inez Augusta 2925 

Inez Etta ., 5142 

Ira Daniel 2928 

Jesse Brush 1360 

Joseph H 499 

Loretta 1362 

Margaret 1080 

Maria 1865 

Mary 1861, 8661 

Mary Ann 1080 

Mary Elma 2912 

Morgan 1868 

Morgan Bennett 5141 

Phebe 646 

Theron J 2923 

Walter 5188 

HOUGLAND, William Alphonso....5045q 

HOVEY, Eva May 8949 

Flora Belle 8947 

Joan 628 

Kate , 2064 

Robert Henry 3948 

William B 2147 

HOWARD, Lucy 1760 

Sylvia E., Mrs 1793 

HOWD, Charles H 4582 

Darwin P 6160 

HOWE, Hannah 481 

Huldah 686 

Jennie 5843 

John 418 

Mary E 1357 

Russell 917 

HOWES, Ann Augusta 8085 

&OWIE, Mary M 4670 

HOY, Susan C. 5079 

HOYT, Aaron 1074 

Abel 528 

Abigail 864 

Abner H« 

Abraham 1072 

Abram 110 

Ada May 5654 

Adah 888 

Almira 1J87 

Anna 1076 

Azor 1076 

Betsey 1478 

Catharine Ann 1828 

Charles Warner 5651 

Charlotte 581 

Cynthia 8266 

Daniel 1095 

Daniel Keeler 525 

David, Dea 110 

David K 1885 

Dorcas 616, 1888 

Ebenezer 861, 1698 



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XXXV11 



No. 
HOYT, Edward G 1460 

Edwin S 1692 

Edwin Smith 1886 

Eliza Drew 3356 

Elizabeth 583 

Elizabeth K 3563 

Enos 1401 

Florence Alilah 4072 

Freddie 5653 

Frederick Elbert 4078 

George 5511 

Grace M 2263 

Hannah 40, 529, 1073 

Harriet L 2240 

Hattie 4176 

Helen M 2265 

Hiram Burr 2261 

Isaac 1075 

Isabel 530 

Iachin 621, 526 
esse, Mrs 1647 
ohn Addison .' 2267 
ohn 3287a 
ohn N 3192 
oseph 533 
osephine 3552 
ulia Ann 2262 
ustus E 3570 

Justus Franklin 5650 

Lewis 502 

Linus t 1710 

Lorenzo ' 1458 

Mary SO, 527 

Mary E 3564 

Mary Jane 3388 

Matthew 323, 483 

Melissa Jane 2264 

Moses 1077 

Party 532 

Phebe, Mrs 116 

Phebe (or Rhoda) 116 

Polly 534, 1071a 

Pruella Samantha 4071 

Rebecca 398 

(or HAYT) Rhoda 21 

Rice 1075 

Russell 1401 

Ruth 1459 

Sally 1641 

Sarah 817, 1824 

Sarah, Mrs 1401 

Sarah Lockwood Keeler 5649 

Theodore 5652 

Theodosia, Mrs 1075, 1692 

William F 3565 

Z., Dea 21 

Zoro A 8879 

HUBB, Frank G 3375 

Rhianea 297 

HUBBARD, Frank G 5549 

HUBBEL, Seth 131 

HUBBELL, 496 

Amos 1442 

Ellen 1328 

HuiPy 976 

Maria 1417 

Polly 2245 

HUBER. John J 3182 

Kathleen 5388 

HUDSON, Alice M 2211 



No. 

HUFFCUT, Elmer S 287S 

Sara May 4228 

Wilber Lee 4229 

HUGG, Experience 2621 

HUGHES. William Lafayette 4V95 

HULBURD, Anna Fitch 2194 

Ebenezer 2529 

Frances Louisa 4479 

Horace A 4480 

HULIN, Harry V 8176 

HULL, Augustus 1625 

Clayton Gilbert 3479-o 

Elizabeth Ann 771 

Esther 8479-o 

Hannah 247 

Hannah, Mrs 1716 

Hannah Louise 8479n 

Huldah 210 

Jacob 1716 

John 1868, 2925 

Mary 1827 

Sarah 132, 208dab 

Violette 3479-o 

Webster Lo-iton 1716 

Willie Clayton 3479o 

HUNGERFORD, Sally, Mrs 163 

HUNT, 1962 

Agnes 37S1 

Ann Elizabeth 1964 

Catharine * 8778 

Charles A 3777 

I'll' .e * Augustus 1963 

Charles N 23(57 

( "iu i .cs Norman 6P87 

C nants S " 0(*£ 

Coriene 1965 

Edward Payson 1961 

Klizabcth ' 1958 

Emma 8772 

Emeline, Mrs 2362 

Emeline Keeler 4214 

Fanny 96* 

Floyd K 3528 

Frances M 1959 

Frank 3776 

Frederick '... 8779 

George 2865 

Gertrude Dayton 5688 

Gilbert 1766, 2362 

Gilbert Sanford- 5681 

Grace Augusta 6632 

Harry 954, 8775 

Hartwell 1968 

Harvey 955, 1966 

Helen L I960 

Henry 1967 

Isaac • 427 

Tames 899, 3774 

James W 2868 

Lockwood 953 

Loretta S 5710 

M. Harrison 2366 

Mary Isabel 8780 

Nathan Keeler 5630 

Nettie 3773 

Sally 713 

Sidney St. John 4213 

Smith G 2362 

Smith Gilbert 3529 

William " 97 



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INDEX. 



No. 
HUNTER, Harriet K. 2127 

HUNTING, Asa 3825 

Hannah D., Mrs 3825 

May D 3825 

HUNTINGTON, Eliza I732h 

Mary Cornelia 3295 

Sophronia, Mrs ;^B295 

Wait T 3295 

HUNTLEY, David 5066 

HURD, Elizabeth 2353 

Margaretta 2841 

Mary A 2169 

Sarah E 2160 

HURLBURT, Abby C 4297 

Ann Eliza 4295 

Betsey 2470 

Edmund J 4298 

Edwin 2472 

Elisha 1246 

Elmore Thomas . . a 4299 

Frederick Samuel 6408 

iane Samantha 4293 

ulius 2469 

*ydia 2468 

Orpha 2860 

Oscar Franklin 4294 

Samantha 2467 

Samuel 2471, 3206 

Walter Scott 4296 

HURLBUT, Samantha 4761 

HURLBUTT, Charles A 2171 

Ezra B 2172 

Francis D 8980 

Frank L 8979 

Gould L '. 2170 

Helen Louise 3978 

Henry R 2169 

Hester A 936 

John 1020 

Lizzie B 3981 

HUSSEY, Lucy 1571 

Phebe, Mrs 1571 

Reuben 1571 

HUSTED, Anna 1191 

Annie D 4023e 

Edward E 1187 

Hoyt 1190 

HUTCHINS, Ethan A 6161 

Orson J 4524 

HUTCHINSON, Nancy x Mrs 1589 

HUTSON, Maria 964 

HYDE, Anna 618 

HYSLOP, John 8375 



HYATT, 



No. 
2191 



Aaron Sanford 520, 867c, 1243b 

Abijah 873 

Alfred H 1472 

Augustus Benton 4264 

Caleb ... 843 

Caroline 867f, 930 

Charles S 867a, 1288 

Charles Smith 2444 

Charlotte E 1243e 

Clara 867j 

Daisy 4265 

Daniel % 1472 

Deborah 845 

Edward 4257 

Edward F 8108 

Edward Wilson 4268 

Ebenezer 355 

Elijah 371 

Electa 1243c 

Elizabeth... 52, 98, 364, 859, 868, 867e 

Esther 866 

Experience 62 

Francis A. 7 4021d 

Francis Austin 1243a 

Frank H 2219d 

Fremont 2219f 

George P 8103 

George W 867d 

Grace M 8106b 

Hannah 357 

Harriet 867k 

Harry R .7 4021e 

Helen M 2446 

Ida May 4256 

Irene, Mrs 1472 

;r. Orlando, Hon 1248f 

, ane Ann 2440 

ohn 846, 867 

ohn Burr 867b, 2442 

ohn Wilson 4263 

^aura E 4021f 

Lee 4256 

Lucretia 867h 

Lydia Maria 1243d 

Maria 851, 867g 

Mary 868 

Mary Elizabeth 2443 

Mazella 4261 

Millicent 856 

Nettie . . . .• 8105a 

Newell 4254 

Phebe 1431 

Philetus Gates 4260 

Philip Olmstead 4259 

Polly A 867i 

Polly Ann 1240 

Rachel 4258 

Rebecca 347, 349, 861 

Russell 842 

Ruth 344, 362, 369 

Sanford, Dr 2219e 

Sarah 353, 364, 1243a 

Smith Keeler 2441 

Thomas 52, 341, 848, 350, 862, 366 

Uzziel 86S 

Wallace K 3104 

William P 8105 

Zibiah 860 



No. 
ILES, Elizabeth M 4200 

INGERSOL, Amy g 50 



No. 

INGERSOLL, Daniel W 6203 

Isabel Dwight 6303 



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XXXIX 



No. 
INGHAM, Stephen 826 

IRIMAN, Hannah 660,. 1001c 

IRISH, Delia 6903 

IRMER, Elizabeth 0067 

IRWIN, Kate 8208 



No. 

JACKSON, 1088g 

Carrie M 1980 

Elizabeth P 3886 

Hiram 1769 

Jonathan 4412 
alius 849 
fary Ann. Mrs 8835 

Mary J. Estella 4412 

Niram 656i 

Rachel, Mrs 4412 

William 8885 

JACOBS, Minnie A 3871 

JAMES. Caroline R 8387 

Mercy 887 

Stephen 3882 

JAMIESON, Stillman B 8668 

Thomas N 6129 

JANES, Anna 1299 

Caphira «. 1484 

Horace W 4860 

Israel C ; 1229 

Mary Ann, Mrs 1299 

JAQUES, Freelove 417 

JARVIS, Eli S 800 

JAYNE. Mary, Mrs 2446 

Sarah 2446 

Silas 2446 

JEFFERS, Hannah R 2216-o 

JENKINS, Emma 1861 

Mary A 1857 

Myra M 2716 

JENNINGS, Alice May 8695 

Alphonso P 8688 

Emma F 3594 

Estelle K 3596 

Floyd H 8177c 

Gregory 146SJ 

Henry B 1881 

Howard C 6868k 

Jenny Augusta 4059 

Leslie H 8589 

Lewis B 1888 

Ray G 6368J 

Sylvester P 8593 

JESSUP, Betsey, Mrs {157 

Isaac A..... 2276 

JEWEL, George Clinton 1182b 

JEWELL, Laurel* 985 

JEWETT, Lydia 77fl 

Sarah 2674 



No. 
ISAACS, Abigail 148 

IVES, George F 6848 

George N 8|87e 

Isaac, Dea 1897 

Isaac W 8.069 

Terusha, Mrs 1|97 

Terusha R... # 1197 

Rebecca 617 

•J 

JOHN, Mary 4191 

JOHNS, Sylvia Elizabeth 2646 

JOHNSON, Albert R 2216a 

Amelia 4001 

Anna , 1891 

Burnett 6846 

Clara 4002 

Clarence 6961 

Darwin 6046 

E. Sherman 5820, 6680 

Edith V 4021h 

Edwin E 4898 

Elfreda. Mrs 2767 

Elgie L 4021g 

Frank Randolph 4001 

H., Mrs 1084 

Homer 2198 

Irving 6846 

John , 1041 

Josephine 3994 

Lena 6960 

Lucretia 2060 

Martin 4765 

Mary A 2868 

Melissa 2044 

Nelson Eit 4005 

Susan 6347 

William Betts 4004 

William Halsey 6681 

JOHNSTON, Arthur 5847 

Bessie 5849 

Emma 6848 

Floy 8079 

George F 5846 

W. R 6427 

JONES, 6579b 

Abel F 2585 

Albert 1690 

Albert Jason 4286 

Alma Estella 4578 

Alvsh H 4497 

Amanda Malvina 4570 

Amsi 2490 

Ashley '. 8430 

Ashley A 4287 

Benjamin F 1691 

Betsey 1687 

Catharine J 1690 

Clara H 4495 

Darius E 4491 

Edwin E 4289 

Edwin P 5815 

Elizabeth 1687 

Emma C 8040c 

Eunice 1686 

Fanny 4294 

Frances Maria 4496 

Frederick Bennett 6228 

Frederick P 6150 

George T 4498 



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INDEX. 



No. 

JONES, Gilbert 758 

Harriet A. Hazelton 4288 

Hattie 4942 

Henry C 4292 

Hepxibah, Mrs 2490 

Hubert E 4571, 4624 

Imorgene 8051 

Isaac W 2586 

Iames G. B « 4499 
ason 2468 
enny F 4601 
ohn P 4500 
ohn Rockwell . ." 4498 
oseph L, 2582 
ulia Ann 2749 
ftarian F 4291 

Mark M 4494 

Mary 8429 

Mary Ann 1372 

Mary Beulah H 2490 

Mary H 4492 



No. 

JONES, Mary Jane 1689 

Nancy 1688 

Netty Elizabeth 6151 

Newton EHery 6227 

Newton P 4572 

Samuel T 1654 

Suaan Jane 4491 

Victor A 4290 

William 8408 

JORDAN, Anna F 5285 

JUDD, George 5067 

Phila 995 

Sarah D 1886 

JUDSON, Ann Janette 3196 

Oliver 1710 

JUNE, Mary J 1243J 



KEELER 



No. 

KEENER, 718a 

2289m, 3205, 3543, 6389v 

A. P Unclassified 

Aaron 264, 827 

337, 372a, 747, 771, 1041g, 2199e 

Aron Bouton 3474 

Aaron C 1697 

Aaron W 3420 

Abbie 599b, 3342 

Abby 744 

Abiah 580 

Abiel 676, 1229 

Abijah 714 

Abigail 75, 81, 105, 129 

146, 209, 218, 268, 326, 372cc 
556u, 765, 842, 1548, 1810 

Abigail R 3235 

Abigail R., Mrs 1821 

Abner 116, 562, 109 Id 

Abner B 2275 

Abner Hart 8473 

Abraham Gray 674, 675 

Adaline 1530 

Addie 8149 

Addie M 2216w 

Addison Starr 8647t 

Adelaide 3162 

Adelaide Amelia 3238 

Adelia Maria 1556 

Adoniram 679, 1879, 2428 

Agnes 8087 

Agnes B 4023f 

Agnes Dorcas 6818£ 

Albert 1092, 1468 

2258, 8092, 4066, Unclassified 

Albert B 2255 

Albert Burr 1096 

Alexander I, 8273 

Alfred 1663, 5389d 

Alfred Starr 4104 

Alice 6411, 5572 

Alice Chapman 3478aa 

Alice May 2837h 

Alida 8314 

Allen D 4005b 

Almon 556g 

Almond F 2289i 

Alomn 1142a 

Alonzo 1059 

Alonzo Burrel 2199b 

Alonzo Martin 4041a 



No. 

KEELER, Alonzo Merrill 2247e 

Alpa Maria 1579 

Alpha Maria 1579 

Alvin ^ 4114a 

Amanda 1041b, 1485, 3547f 

Amanda E 1463j, 3230 

Amanda M 1054 

Amasa M 3248 

Amelia 1043, 1512 

Amelia E 2237g. 3509 

Amelia Emily 2357i 

Ami 1033 

Ammi 540, 541 

Amos 468, 859f 

Amos Mead 1132 

Amy 1142, 3334 

Amv F 2289f 

Andrew 859b, Unclassified 

Andrew B 3229 

Andrew Squires 859e 

Angeline 1041j, 1629 

Angenette 1129 

Ann 556c, 1769 

Ann Adelia 1518 

Ann Maria 902, 1744, 1889 

Ann Maria M 8311 

Anna 213c, 326 

459, 482, 693g, 722, 764, 844 
1818, 3238, 3656, 6640 

Anna Augusta 8260 

Anna Belle 2219 

Anna J 8997, 4005d 

Anna M 474, 1062b 

Anna Maria 1434f 

Anne ". 288 

Annie 4180 

Annie C 3883 

Annie Eliza 8188 

Annie Eloise 5877 

Annie F 3580 

Ansel B 4108 

Anson Foster 3386 

Antoinette 8194 

Antoinette F 3231 

Arminta 2216p 

Arthur 5528 

Arthur B 2289h 

Arthur Irvin 3177r 

Arthur Leighton 5589 

Arthur M 3417 

'Arvilla 8466a 



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No. 

KEELER, Arville 1549 

Arza Brush, Rev 3478aaa 

Asa 739, 846 

Augustus S 1607 

Aurelia B 6363m 

Bailey S 8400 

Barilo Unclassified 

Beatrice 3157 

Belle 3106 

Benjamin 86, 70a, 88, 139 

158, 213, 227, 401, 612b, 783, 864 
1189d, 1618,. 3857 

Benjamin Carlos 5648b 

Beniamin F 3401, 3422 

Benjamin H 581 8 j 

Beniamin Hoyt 4023x 

Benjamin W 6559 

Bernice Laone 6324f 

Bertha 3425 

Bertha Adeel 2337b 

Bertha J 8602 

Bessie Louise 6859 

Betsey 276, 467 

746, 1184, 1182d, 1620 

Betsey M 1041d 

Bettie R 3881 

Betty 268, 267, 556a 

Beverley W 8241 

Birdie R 8177h 

Bradley 720, 1071a 

Bradley Warner 6828j 

Bronson 859c 

Buell Hancock 4022 

Burr 514, 721, 722, 1142d 

1540, 1552, 1559, 1641, 2250, 3199 

Burr C 4019 

Burr DeWitt 3209 

Burr F 1463g 

Burr J 53631 

Burrcl 1112 

Burrel Alonzo 4005f 

Burrell 1036 

Burton A. L 2216s 

Caleb 841 

Calvin 8252 

Carlos Cook. Col 1813a 

Caroline. 693i, 1142g, 2237ff, 2281, 8574 

Caroline E 2857cc, 3428 

Caroline Elizabeth 1189g 

Caroline Louisa 5889gg 

Caroline Louise 5645 

Caroline 8416 

Caroline Ruth 5566 

Carrie Elma 397 

Carrie L 6870 

Casandra A 2357b 

Castle M 2857z 

Catharine 1189m, 1672 

1829, 2237f, 8177jj, 3316 

Catharine Fenelon 3686 

Catharine K 1685 

Catharine L 8185 

Catherine 718 

Cecil Gallup 3478a 

Celestia E 1699 

Charles 693m. 1139n, 11421 

1566. 1830, 1849, 2199f, 3089, 8161 

3302, 3346, 8442, 4128 

Unclassified 

Charles A 2357AF 

Charles Alexander 8547a 

Charles Arthur 1639, 4095 

Charles B 1589, 2216-0, 3317 

Charles Beale 1150, 2290v 

Charles Bennett 1499 

Charles Bradley 4023w 

Charles D. H 3597 

Charles E 1586, 8511 



No. 

KEELER, Charles Edgar 4061 

Charles Edward 2213, 4802 

Charles Eli 8488 

Charles H.... 1106 

Charles Henry 6684, 6642 

Charles L 1468v, 2272 

Charles Lewis 1463q, 3220 

Charles N 2289J 

Charles 8427 

Charles R 8576 

Charles Raymond 6373 

Charles Smith 1484-6 

Charles Stephen 5467 

Charles Wallace 6627 

Charles Wesley 2306 

Charlotte 3198 

Charlotte Augusta 1506, 1507 

Charlotte Elizabeth 6632 

Charlotte Maria 1139J 

Chauncey 619 

Chloe 241 

Clara 743, 1062d, 1522, 1619 

Clarence 22891, 4041i 

Clarence Herbert 3544 

Clarence L 2199 

Clarence Russell 8547i 

Clarissa 749, 1048 

1091, 1142z, 2255, 2268, 22891 

Clarissa Trowbridge 1821 

Clark 1667, 2259, 8548 

Clark L 8278 

Clark M 1061 

Clark Smith 1099 

Clifford Graham 4041k 

Clifford Sears 8478 

Cora Bell 8146 

Cordelia 1608 

Cordelia Ann 8221 

Cornelia 1139a, 2289n 

2309, 3494, 5602 

Cornelia Ann 1113 

Cornelia B 1062c 

Cornelia Delphine 2357a 

Cornelia Ermina 1434i 

Cornelia M 2289g 

Cornelia Paine 1434-3 

Cynthia 1039 

Czar 556d 

Daniel 1, 23, 89, 108, 114 

148, 244, 260, 542, 558, 559, 704, 1636 

Daniel E 2216y 

Daniel Kellogg 394 

Darwin 3196 

David 22, 107c, 168, 206 

260, 872b, 523, 672, 710, 780 
770, 893, 898, 1036, 1546, 

1618, 1846, 2199 

David A 4005e 

David B 452 

David Burr 1787 

David C 8889 

David Close 517 

David H 1643, 3402 

David Luke 2199a 

David McM 3223 

David Osborn 14841 

Deborah 214, 500, 502, 735, 1128 

Delancy 573 

Delia 1531, 1565 

Delia Angela 3244 

Delia Campbell 1139h 

Delilah 1594 

Dell 8304 

Delmar R 8114 

Delos M 1588 

Deodadus 859g 

Develous 3488 

Dinah 115 



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INDEX. 



No. 

KEELER, Don Carlos 3547h 

Dolly • 798 

Dorcas 882, 851 

Dorothy 110, 840 

Dorothy Lillian 5659 

Dorothy N 1126 

Durned 4081v 

Earl F 6883v 

Ebenezer 189b, 187, 889, 859, 556-o 

692, 780, 781, 748, 1182c 

Ebenczer W 1468ff 

Edgar 8889, 8488 

Edgar Augustine 3581 

Edgar Hubert 6624 

Edison Wilford 5545 

Edith 8587, 6408, 6438 

Edith Egerton 24661 

Edith Mabel 6434 

Edmund 1668 

Edmund H 3274 

Edmund P 686 

Edmund Robert 6465 

Edmund S 8262 

Edna Elizabeth 4114n, 6626 

Edna Maria 8148 

Edna V 2216x 

Edward.. 493, 11S9-0, 2231, 2296, 3477 

Edward Blanchfield 5646 

Edward E 3610 

Edward Holcombe 6641 

Edward L 1122, 8123 

Edward* Lawrence 5389f 

Edward M 3148 

Edward S 3568 

Edward W 8477 

Edwards E 1071b 

Edwin 675, 1846, 3610 

Edwin Augustus 6389t 

Edwin Jeremiah 3591 

Edwin Olmstead 1468t 

Elbert J 4102 

Eldad 656v 

Eldert Weldon 6389yy 

Eleanor, Mrs 1229 

Eleanor Eliza , 3177dd 

Eleanor Elizabeth 5389-o 

Electa 520, 867c, 2261 

EH 556f, 770, 895 

Eli J 2257 

Elihu 1143 

Elijah 104, 213e 

235, 282, 480f, 859a, 868 

Elisha Avery 1684 

Eliza. 890, 1486, 1627, 1642, 1847 

Eliza A., Mrs 5314 

Eliza Ann 1696 

Eliza C 3297 

Eliza J 8605 

Eliza Rebecca ." 3547b 

Eliza Van Anden 1587 

Elizabeth 2, 14, 24, 51, 68 

96, 107b, 118, 141a, 149, 152 
164, 190, 213a, 285, 318, 872f 
495, 505, 638, 677, 687, 689 
703, 723, 1044, 1182d, 1526i 
1831, 1844, 1852, 2275c, 
8177y, 3343 

Elizabeth, Mrs 172, 2069 

EHazbeth A 1696, 3598 

Elizabeth Ann 3185d 

Elizabeth D 8246 

Elizabeth Elliott 4118 

Elizabeth Lobdell 1616 

Elizabeth P 3572 

Elizabeth Phillippina 5648 

Elizabeth Sturges 1434a, 1484c 

Elizabeth T. E 8312 

Elizur Warner 1140 



No. 

KEELER, Ella 3098 

Ella Bishop 4041a 

Ella Jane 6488 

Ella Patience 8858 

Ellen 8086 

Ellen Cornelia 8040a 

Ellen J 2867e 

EUie Rowena 8181 

Elliott Ellsworth 8167 

Elmer 8164 

Elmira , / 1041a 

Elsie 1088 

Elsie Harriet 6648k 

Elsie Jean 6878 

Elsie May 4096 

Elsie Ruth 6324e 

Elvira 1791 

Emeline 1041i, 1766, 2868, 3424 

Emeline B 1969 

Emeline Benedict 1698 

Emily 1057, 1498 

1558, 1858, 2191, 8294 

Emily Amelia 1434-4 

Emily D 8069 

Emily E 1468 

Emily Frances 1107, 1434c 

Emma 477, 8446, 8621 

Emma Abilen 2247i 

Emma G 6529 

Emma L 1509 

Emma Porter 4028u 

Emma Smith v 6889kk 

Emma Wallace 3184 

Enos 284 

Erastus 693h 

En 1034 

Ernest C 2216v 

Ernest Duncan 5648j 

Ernest M 3478a 

Estella May 5389aa 

Estelle 4048 

Esther 249, 396, 405, 464 

518, 543, 612d, 707, 709, 727 
763, 874y, 1067, 1541, 1600, 1748 

Esther Ann -. 1564, 8148 

Esther B 1838 

Esther C 4005c 

Esther Mary 1786 

Ethelbert Brush 3163 

Etta 2199bb 

Eudora 2278 

Eugene 1692, 3204, 3464 

Eugene Howard 4060 

Eugene Wesley 5466 

Eugenia F 1640 

Eunice 268, 1189b 

Eunice Catharine 5536 

Evelyn Wood 6618a 

Everett Elmer 5373 

Ezra 107f. 107ff, 203b, 230 

560, 1091c, 1091d, 1547, 2247j 

Ezra Boughton 1487 

Ezra Bruce 4041d 

Ezra Carpenter 4005g 

Ezra W 1142y 

Fannie 5402, 5405 

Fannie E 2293 

Fannie G 582S-0 

Fannie Louisa 1815a 

Fanny 499, 1870J, 2310, 3101, 3466c 

Fanny M 1450 

Fanny Waterbury 5828i 

Fay 5823w 

Fernando Dauchy 4047 

Flora 8200 

Flora A 5876 

Flora Lucy 4041b 

Flora M 5823p 



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No. 

KEELER, Florence Belle 5601 

Florence Catharine 5367 

Florence Dunning 3488a 

Florence Emma 2867f 

Florence Louisa 5563 

Florence Mabel 4022c 

Florence Roselin 8177q 

Florence Ruth •. 41141 

Flossie May 4041h 

Floyd , 1768 

Floyd Yates 6636 

Frances E 1127, 3298 

Frances Imogene 1610 

Frances Maria 1561 

Frances S 3265 

Francis Ford 3185e 

Francis G 4023p 

Francis W 8088 

Frank 8451, 3618, 4064 

Frank Everett 5S89z 

Frank H 8008 

Frank Hawley 4120 

Frank S 6828r 

Franklin Augustus 1463x 

Franklin B 82S7 

Franklin C 2357ee 

Franklin James 2857j 

Fred B 6823q 

Fred Barker 6324b 

Fred Lockwood 3135 

Fredericka Esther 3131b 

Frederick 1142w, 1463u, 5806, 5562 

Frederick A 8588 

Frederick E 4018 

Frederick L 2271 

Frederick Lacy 4090 

Frederick N 8487 

Frederick Smith 4101 

Frederick Thomas 5538 

Freelove 281 

Gabriel 237 

Gamaliel 839 

Genevieve Leona 3645 

George 693 j, 874cc, 804 

898, 1142i, 1526f, 1564, 1882, 2264 

2295, 2311, 3084, 8203, 8874, 8428 

8617, 4050, 6389b, 6828u 

George A 510 

George B 556w, 1784 

George Bates 2270 

George Beckwith 4114m 

George Benedict 1506 

George Burridge 8217 

George Clark 5639 

George Clayton 8546 

George Culver 6648f 

George D 3887 

George E 1105, 2248, 6324h 

George Edward 5535 

George Ellsworth 4028v 

George G 8251 

George H 3537 

George Henry 1463b 

George Isaac 3185a 

George Leslie 8547k 

George Lincoln 5889y 

George Lindsay S547q 

George N 1463h 

George Nelson 1818g 

George Olmstead 1463-o 

George P 3604 

George R 3336 

George Thompson 4114j 

George W 1662, 2275f, 8226 

Geoerge Wilbur 4094 

George William 3131a 

George Willis 8403,3590 

George Wyllys 462 



No. 

KEELER, Gerard S 3383 

Gertrude 8177s, 3611 

Gertrude E 4214s 

Gertude Leslie 5648d 

Gertrude Ruth 6623 

Gilbert B 3369, 6547 

Giles H42h 

Grace 157, 1848 

3875, 4021, 4100, 5574 

Grace W 2216q 

Gurdon E 2216u 

Gussie 6389g 

Hance 759 

Hancy 769, 1701 

Hannah page 110 

26, 69, 74, 86, 109, 141, 141b 
143, 159, 160a, 211, 218b, 217 
221, 239, 322, 339g, 372g, 399 
487, 521, 541, 556n, 526, 656s 
582, 685, 686, 1035, 1078, 1094 
1534, 2247m, 3560 

Hannah, Mrs 658, 1091c 

Hannah A 904, 8599 

Hannah Benedict 14S4d 

Hannah Jane 1728 

Hannah Maria 2282 

Harley 1805 

Harold 5554 

Harold Burr 4022d 

Harold Eugene 8384 

• Harold Leslie 3478 

Harriet 767, 874dd, 1141, 1493 

1593, 1668, 8457, Unclassified 

Harriet A 1463k, 3670 

Harriet Amelia 3140 

Harriet B 2233 

Harriet Cordelia 3185g 

Harriet E 1813h 

Harriet Elizabeth 3152 

Harriet F 1840 

Harriet Frances 4803 

Harriet L 3254 

Harriet Maud 40061 

Harriet Newell 8271 

Harry 2210J 

Harry A 41141 

Harry B 4020 

Harry S 8871 

Harry T 4214t 

Harriot M 2357bb 

Harvey L 1792 

Hattie 219k, 6409 

Hattie A 8177f, 4106 

Hattie C 5823t 

Hattie E 6314 

Hattie May Baldwin 6824d 

Helen 6328f 

Helen Amelia 3245 

Helen DeForest 8885 

Helen Grace 4028 

Helen M 8296 

Heman 556m, 1142x, 3456 

Heman Dickerson 1503 

Hendricks 1617 

Henrietta 574, 1121. 3445. 8777m 

Henry 693b, 1089. 1189c 

11391, 1463r, 1518, 1835 
2280-O, 3202, 3355 

Henry Alden 3177 

Henry Archie 4041f 

Henry Bowman 5818a 

TTonry C 1060 

Henry Clay 2244 

Henry D 3421 

Henry Delancy 1119 

Henry Dutton 4115 

Henry Fellows 2247g 

Henry Hawley 8472 



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INDEX. 



No. 

KEELER, Henry Hobart 3530 

Henry J 1804a 

Henry N 2212 

Henry Taylor 3316 

Henry Theodore 1463c 

Herbert 8620, 5660 

Hernando Cortex 1616 

Hervey 464 

Hesta Evelyn 5389q 

Hiram 620b, 1091d, 1500 

1535, 2428, 5394, Unclassified 

Hiram T 1783 

Hiram Lockwood 1491 

Hiram Morse 3177aa, 6389s 

Homar 1142c 

Homer D 3250 

Homer W 2289a 

Horace 56481 

Horace B 1798 

Horace Mills 1581 

Howard 1062a 

Howard Adams 5558 

Howard Force 6371 

Howard Lynde 5648c 

Howard M 5557 

Huldah 556h, 706, 1670 

Huldah Ann 1638 

Huldah G 471 

Huldah J 3391 

Hull 724, 1595 

Ida 2217 

Ida E 2357aa 

Ida Jane 3486 

Ida May 3308 

Imogene Elizabeth 5657 

Inez Rosaline 8177n 

Ira Unclassified 

466, 6561, 1455, 1523, 1809, 2250, 3340 

Ira B 1555 

Ira Burr 3226 

Ira Smith 1188 

Irene 6407 

Irvin Cantner 3177p 

Irving P 8600 

Irving Scoville 2S87J 

Isaac 98, 282, 807 

324, 389f, 403, 622, 681, 693 

693d, 1069, 1070, 1519, 1526j 
1739, 8177x 

Isaac Alonzo 6889m 

Isaac C 2280 

Isaac Eldridge 2237c 

Isaac Herman 5389u 

Isaac Lewis 1116 

Isaac M 1034, 1584 

Isaac Marvin 2194 

Isaac Nathaniel 3177bb 

Isaac Osborn 5389p 

Isaac S 6324g 

Isabel 3419 

Isadore Rebecca 1463z 

Isaiah Ill, 154, 372h, 497, 585 

Israel 1573 

Tabez 245, 716, 728, 729 

Jacob 234 

Tacob G 1693 

James 147, 203c, 490, 599g 

693c, 874bb. 1047, 1526b, 1582 
1669, 2297, 3300, 3344 

James A 235?y 

Tames B 3206, 3253, 4028ti 

Tames Bradley 2237d 

Tames Cudworth 81 7711 

Tames Edward, Prof 4117 

Tames Ensign 5S24yy 

"Tames F :«058. 1182t, 3434 

James H 1637, 1645. 3208. 3468 

James Harvey 577 



No. 

KEELER, James L 1128 

James Lockwood 8S9e 

. Tames McCready 3177cc 

James R 1109 

, fames Roland 4006h 

James Z 2215 

Jane 231, 576 

874x, 1694, 1780, 1851, 2193 

ITane A 1583 
ane Alice 4023t 
ane Augusta 1133, 4023b 
ane Aurelia 3232 
ane Catharine T 3185a 
ane Clark 3318 
ane Eliza 3177ee 
ane Esther 1065 
ane L 1788 

Janet 3085 

Jasper S 693f 

Jeanette 1470 

Jehiel 496 

Jehu 106 

Jemima '..28, 32, 172, 252 

Jemima, Mrs 1112 

Jennie 3156 

Jennie Birch 6889mm 

Jennie C 5389e 

Jeremiah 84, 113, 160, 210 

269, 372c, 700, 761, 761, 862 
1102, 1666, 1702, 3369 

, eremiah Hildreth 8185b 

eremiah P 1526a 

Jeremiah W 476, 1632, 3378, 5546 

Jesse 255, 732, 1613 

Jesse B 1745 

Jesse Edward 506 

Jesse R 5378 

Jessie 2216r, 3151 

, essie Maud 8547r 

oanna 1463aa 

Joel Elmer 810 

Joel F 1782 

John 1, 2, 5, (note) 7, 11 

21, 89, 103, 107d, 116, 203a 
245, 278, 338, 404, 489, 599f 
682, 712, 736, 760, 837, 867 
874s, 1091b, 1091d, 1100, 1182s 
1466. 1574, 1658, 1660, 1828 
2247h, 3195, 3294a, 3299, 8345 
8404, 3436, 5412 

I ohn Alexander 3184 
ohn B 1066, 3177d 
ohn Church « . 4041c 
ohn Clarence 8547j 
ohn Clifford 2219c 
ohn Dowling 3535 
ohn EH 1729 
ohn Ely 480 

John Everett 2466h 

John Foster 1638 

John Franklin 8478 

John G 4033a 

Tohn H 3390 

John J 2252 

John Lewis 8487 

John M 2275e, 4114k 

John Mills 1114 

Tohn Milton 2247f 

John Myers 3090 

John Nathaniel 8177mm 

Tohn P 6314 

John Piatt 1496 

John R 1041c, 1041f 

John Rice 565 

Tohn Royce 557 

Russell 8547d, 5648a 

Tohn S 1243k 

John Sanford 8218 



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No. 

KEELER, John Silaa 1796 

John Smith 1195 

ohn T 3382 

ohn W 8678 

ohn Warner 5665 

ohn Webster 1700 

ohn Wesley 8158 

Tonah 2, 18, 87, 71, 124, 220 

224, 269, 288, 787 

Jonah Charles 515, 1822 

Jonathan 138, 212, 666r, 1189k 

Joseph 35, 42, 51, 97, 117, 226, 287 

6931, 716, 865, 1785, 1843 

oseph Belden 1463n 

oseph Bristol 2214 

oseph Cook 2302 

oseph E 2274 

oseph Mitchell 8387 

oseph Oscar 901 

oseph W 1686, 3380 

oscphine..2277, 3091, 8240, 8266, 3444 

.osephine Anna 6818h 

, osiah 232, 233, 690 

. osiah R 509 

osie Adaline 3378 

ulia 1528, 1742, 2219a, 4131 

ulia A 1463m, 1634 

ulia Ann 1182q, 1616, 1790 

ulia Banks *. . . . 1137 

.ulia Bradley 2287e, 4028a 

, fulia Bullion 3188 

ulia Desire 2367h 

ulia E 4023r 

ulia Frances 3248 

ulieth 1103 

. ulius A 2192 

Julius Arthur 5374 

/ulius Morton, Capt 1813f 

, ustina 5375 

Justus 3S9d 

Kate Barrett 1468dd 

Kate Ella 5823x 

Katharine Augusta 58231 

Katie 3372 

Katy 396 

Kenneth 5548 

Lasa Unclassified 

Laura 494, 1622, 1740, 8259, 3370 

Laura A 1056, 5606 

Laura Amanda 1243s 

Laura Frances 2837a 

Laura J 1665, 1880 

Laurania 843 

Laurentine 1521 

Lawrence 1469 

Lawrence Murray 3547s 

Legrand 1063, 1495 

Legrand W 1461 

Lena 8619 

Lena Vischer 5824ff 

Leonta 3261 

Levi 283 

Lewis 256, 273, 693a, 750 

768, 792, 806, 845,1670, 1732ii 

Lewis B 1031, 2190 

Lewis D 1788 

Lewis E 2291 

Lewis H 1657 

Lewis S 372h 

Lewis St. John 874aa 

Lillian May * 3584 

Lillie Grace 4107 

Lillie Irene 3582 

Linus 479 

Lockwood 874t 

Lois 262, 762 

Lois, Mrs 1688 

Lome 4041i 

Lorrie 460 



No. 

KEELER. Lot 100, 172, 254 

Lotto M 3177e 

Lottie R 6879 

Louis Dunning 8488c 

Louis W 4041q 

Louisa 1850, 2280, 3466b, 4051 

Louisa F 14681 

Louisa S 3601 

Lovinia A 1732 

Lucia Amanda 3547g 

Lucia Annette 3260 

Lucinda 1675, 2275d 

Lucinda Margaretta 10411 

Lucy 656j, 740, 874 v, 3332, 6599 

Lucy Adelaide 1463cc 

Lucy Elliott 3996 

Lucy F 3547 

Lucy Hough 2S37e 

Lucy M 2289b 

Lucy Maria 3185f 

Luke 107, 482, 1112 

Lydia 79, 112, 128, 150, 223, 269 

339, 339c, 5990, 805, 1091c, 3293 

Lydia Maria 3508 

Lydia Maud 5607 

Lydia Smith 2337g 

Lyman 566b, 1421 

1464, 1502, 8155, 5404 

Lynn Huntington 5529 

Mabel 3492, 6323e 

Mabel Evart 5648e 

Mae Delia • 8186 

Maggie J 6389j j 

Martha 271, 339a, 1811, 3197 

Martha Ann S177H, 8607 

Martha E 1041k, 1453, 3113 

Martha Hannah 78 

Martha L 1780 

Martha Lorinda 23571 

Martha M 3068 

Martin 99, 289, 703, 711, 734, 1568 

Martin Crocker 22471 

Martin W 2757 

Mary Unclassified 

67, 85, 107e, 114, 145, 204 
236, 265, 275. 868, 836, 372d 
456. 483, 556z, 585, 754, 766 
775a, 810a, 874w, 1040, 1526 
1591. 1598, 1664, 1767, 1838 
2199bb, 2275b, 2857d, 8198 
3215, 3291, 8313, 8348, 3412 
3441, 4005a 

Mary (or Martha) 165 

Mary, Mrs 171, 269, 1036, 2199 

Mary A 3247, 8469 

Mary Adclia 5587 

Mary Alice 6368 

Mary Altha 6889hh 

Mary Amelia 8147 

Mary Ann 1578, 3414, 8647e 

Mary Annetta 40051 

Mary Augusta 3228, 3655, 4046 

Mary C 3330 

Mary Camp 2197 

Mary Catharine 1626e 

Mary Clarinda 8998a 

Mary E 1120, 146Sf 

Mary Eleanor 6889r 

Mary Electa 2337a 

Mary Elizabeth 1110, 1118 

1517, 1526h, 2256, 2307, 6565 

Mary Ellen 1620 

Mary Ellis 5S89n 

Mary Emma 1484g, 8476 

Mary Esther 8165 

Mary Ftta 1112, 2199 

Mary F 6828s 

Mary G 1698 



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INDEX. 



No. 

KEENER. Mary Gazella 1687 

Mary Gertrude 4042 

Mary Gilbert 1886 

Mary H 470 

Mary I. F 2216t 

Mary J 1045 

Mary Jane 905, 1706, 1841, 2832 

Mary Julia 8876 

Mary L 1055, 1786, 8177g 

Mary Lena 3182 

Mary Lenora 8176 

Mary Marian 8247k 

Mary Mead 28S7f 

Mary Merinda 2247n 

Mary Ruth 5643 

Mary S 8507 

Mary T 2287 

Matilda 503 

Matthew 66, 76, 126, 219, 319, 501 

Matthew Edward 1462 

Mercy 340, 631, 804, 1041e 

Minor 3177gg 

Minor Lawrence 1526k, 538911 

Minor Spaulding 5389x 

Moses 559, 1091d 

Marcellia Hoyt 2198 

Margaret E 1463ee 

Mars^gret Jane 5389ff 

Margaret Shepard 538911 

Maria DeWitt 8418 

Maria Wilson 1735 

Marian 491, 1041h 

Marian 2278 

Mariettc 1086, 1472, 1497 

Marion Holmes 5658 

Marion R 4105 

Mark 1610 

Massy (Mercy) 872e 

Matilda 945, 1457 

Maude Purdy 3488b 

Max Gerden 5818i 

Mehetabel 673 

Mehittabel 25 

Melancthon Cook 1818d 

Melinda 1514 

Melissa 1532 

Melville 2218 

Menoma . v 3455 

Mervin Davis 3166 

Miles 1804 

Milford Darwin 4022b 

Milicent 270, 536 

Milo 1182a 

Milo S 3234 

Milton C 6324a 

Milton La Vere 3478a 

Minerva 8801 

Minnie ~. 4116, 5573 

Minnie Belle 3586 

Minnie E 3227 

Miriam 6622a 

Montague 3460 

Morris 1568 

Mortimer Cole 3130 

Myra Alice 6626 

Myrtie C 5380 

Nancy 647, 737, 874u, 1583 

Nancy Squires 1813b 

Nanne 708 

Naomi 612e, 1068 

Nathan 136, 213f 

246, 261. 488, 656q, 719, 791 
875b, 1091d, 1662, 2289c 

Nathan N 1734 

Nathan W 1142b 

Nathaniel 272, 687, 808, 1804a 

Nehemiah 149, 171 

678, 679, 1229, 1489 
Nehemiah Bradley 1494 



No. 

KEELER, Nellie 5400 

Nellie A 8150, 3585 

Nelly Florence 5660 

Nelson 1656, 8199g 

Nettie Crosby 6604 

Nettie Eliza 8476 

Nettie Reed 8996 

Noah 697 

Noah Tyler 2867g 

Norman C 1993 

Obadiah 266 

Olive 3338, 6662 

Ora H 3222 

Orange 1038 

Orilla 1870i 

Orville 3160 

Orville Rundle 3141 

Oscar Henry 4043 

Pamelia 811 

Patty, Mrs 837 

Paul 101, 257, 775a 

Pearlie Laura Castle 4214g 

Percival Julius 8547p 

Pcrmelia 1041, 1789 

Peter Althouse 8177aa, S177bb 

Phebe 107g, 225, 663, 579, 609 

694, 807, 1818, 3892 

Phebe Ann 8276 

Phebe Baxter 484 

Phebe S 2199d 

Philinda 508 

Philip 847, 1524 

Philip Burr 247, 1597, 8269 

Philip E 1837 

Philip Riley 1098 

Phineas 242, 314, 888, 2069 

Phoebe 1091a 

Piatt 1599 

Polly 556c, 564, 599c 

695, 788, 809, 859d, 1621 

Polly Esther 1182b 

Polly Hoyt 4023c 

Polly S 693k 

Prua 561, 1096 

Prudence 637 

Pulaski 1091d 

Rachel 77, 94, 127 

286, 566, 699e 688, 1145 

Rachel P 15261 

Rainsford 4065 

Ralph 2, 5,7,10, 23, 80, 42, 129a 

556k, 556p, 1142k, 2289p, 
4041 g, 4288a 

Ralph Edgar 6823y 

Ralph H 3603 

Ralph Richard 5521 

Ralph Whittlesey 6384c 

Ransom Russell 1473 

Ransom W 3144 

Raymond 5361 

Raymond Osborn 3133 

Rebecca 2. 9, 140, 153. 803d 

280, 321, 1463e, 3216, 6410 

Rebecca A 1813 

Rebecca Ann 1815 

Rebecca C 3224 

Rebecca Jane 1434b 

Rebeckah 70, 556t 

Rebekah 64 

Reuben 698, 701 

Reuben J 5393 

Rhoda 107a, 276 

884, 696, 790, 1628 

Rhodaette 3177kk 

Rhuama 524 

Rhuamah 705 

Richard 746, 3358 

Robert 3207, 4801 

Robert B 1139f 



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xlvii 



No. 

KEELER, Robert Chauncey 2219b 

Robert Junius 8267 

Robert W 3124 

Roland Stebbins 1463y 

RosweU 1144 

Roxana 1089, 1484 

Roxy 874z 

Rufus 512, 1464, 1526 

Rufus DeWitt 1434h 

Rufus 1695 

Rufus Hoyt 1090 

Rufus h 3070 

Russel Benedict '. 507 

Russell 3177hh 

Russell Dean 4022a 

Russell Raymond 1463 

Ruth (note) 7, 29, 78, 207, 216 

465, 480e, 628, 676, 684 
897, 2069, 3466d, 5551 

Ruth Elizabeth 3185 

Ruth Frances 2337c 

Ruth Maria 1181 

Rutherford Ballou 3177-o 

Sally 604, 556i, 708, 725, 741* 

789, 859h, 860, 1071, 1569 

Sally, Mrs 2268 

Sally Ann 1813c 

Sally H 1124 

Sally M 4V8 

Sally Maria 1618 

Samantha 1097 

Samuel Unclassified 

2; 12, 34, 63, 72, 125, 142, 161 

171, 316, 872i, 498, 585, 599a 

612a, 693n, 1148, 1243a, 1842 

2357c, 8122, 8467, 5860 

Samuel B 1678 

Samuel Couch 1463d 

Samuel D 1092, 2268 

Samuel Dauchy , 4069 

Samuel 1 1647 

Samuel Pease 8994 

Samuel Rice 2276$ 

Samuel Smith 12431 

Samuel W 8606 

Samuel Watson 3608 

Sanford 1088 

Sarah 8, 27, 81, 37, 65 

82, 96, 141b, 144, 156, 208, 216 
248, 258, 277, 279, 817, 400 
457, 480g, 620a, 556y, 581 
612c, 693, 713, 753, 769, 837 
840, 874r, 1098, 1136, 1147 
1638, 1680, 1787, 1870h, 3214 
3416, 3443, 4068, 6895 

Sarah, Mrs „ 10 

Sarah A 1182u, 8249, 8671, 6600 

Sarah Abigail 1139e 

Sarah Allen I}f3p 

Sarah Ann 1117, 1136, 1557 

1644, 1661, 1781, 1813e, 3440 

Sarah Ann, Mrs 2255 

Sarah Antoinette 2196 

Sarah Burhance J561 

Sarah C H88, 1654 

Sarah Downs. 4005i 

Sarah E 2279, 2294, 8115, 8236 

Sarah Eleanor :1504, 1879, 5381 

Sarah Elizabeth 1492, 1609 

Sarah Ella 3329 

Sarah Frances : 1608 

Sarah T 2357dd 

Sarah fane... 1526g, 1590, 4045, 8067 

Sarah "L 2275h 

Sarah tockwood 6647 

Sarah M 1042, 1062 

Sarah Margaret 1180 

Sarah Maria 1463s, 1526d 

Sarah Matilda 5538 



No. 

KEELER, Sarah Mead 2837i 

Sarah Miller 770, 896 

Sarah St. Tohn 1243h 

Sarah Sophia 3993 

Sarah Urania 2808 

Seneca McNeil, Rev 1189 

Seth 228, 885, 492 

Shepard 8177ff 

Shepard M 2216yy 

Sherman A 4068 

Sherman Chauncey 6874 

Silas 102, 475, 486, 717 

838, 839, 1539, 8177x, 8201 

Silas E 6324 

Silas P 1836 

Simeon Skillin 3154 

Smith... 1149, 2258, 8418, 3457c, 4041 

Smith B 611 

Smith Minor 5889xx 

Solomon S 469 

Solomon M 8489 

Sophia 3210 

Sophronia 1614, 3331, 3841 

Starr 4062 

Stella Clarinda 8999 

Stella Elizabeth 2867k 

Stephen 70c, 248 

820, 339b, 402, 1659, 1688 

Stephen B 708 

Stephen E 4028 

Stephen Edwards 2287k, 6828k 

. Stephen H 1560 

Stephen Sanford 1561 

Street Hull 726 

Susan 1490, 4040 

Susan Benedict 81771 

Susannah 699 

Sylvanus 858 

Sylvester 1884, 8888 

Sylvester Hoyt 2287b 

Sylvester R 1463i, 4023s 

Tabitha S 2357x 

Thaddeus 153, 161, 208d, 207 

215, 468, 762, 1467, 1666 

Thaddeus B 8879, 6560 

Thaddeus H 478, 8377 

Thaddeus M 485 

Thaddeus S 1781 

Thankful ,, 639 

Theodore 8569, 4049, 5644 

Theodore Ellis 8598 

Theodosia 680, 861, 1692 

Thomas 274, 816, 698e 

Thomas S 1611 

Thomas Smith 866 

Thompson 1672, 1676 

Timothy 86, 38, 70b, 80, 205 

218d, 215, 461, 578, 1618 

Timothy B 1146, 2801 

Timothy Benedict 2203 

Timothy H 478 

Timothy J. C 1635 

Truman 1182r 

Truman Hart 8185c 

Truman Phineas 1511 

Turtullus L 688 

Urania 691, 748 

Urania, Mrs 496 

Uriah 398 

Vera Sylvia 5648i 

Viola 8469 

Wallace 4097 

Wallace Dann 1465 

Walter ....453, 466, 1741, 1803, 1877 

Walter Bradley 1738 

Walter Clifford 5656 

Walter Francis 6889c 

Walter L 1794, 1821 

Walter Lcander 900 



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INDEX. 



No. 

KEELER. Walter Thomas 1526c 

Ward 1550, 3230 

Ward Benedict 3100 

Warner H 4023d 

Warner Hoyt 6823m 

Warren Edgar 4067 

Warren Irving 6622 

Weldon D 5880ii 

William 827a, 458, 656x, 571 

738, 1101, 1142j, 1466, 1671, 1667 
1671, 2275a, 3347, 3468, 4804 

William A 1108, 8406 

William Andrew Benedict 1434-6 

William Arthur 1468w 

William Augustus 903, 1877 

William B 1084, 3146 

William Betts 2195 

William Caldwell 5818g 

William E 1064, 124Si 

William Edwin 3295 

William Ellsworth 5S89w 

William Ervin 3493 

William F 2292, 3066 

William Gordon 3219 

William H 1046, 1111 

William Hart 5605 



No. 

KEELER, William Henry 1139i, 1434-2 

1515, 2199c, 3836, 4005k, 4044 

William Hurlburt 5389a 

William Irving 3506. 3576 

William K 513 

William L 1646, 2265, 2268, 8126 

William Norton 6324i 

William Obcd 1471 

William P 8099 

William R 1115 

William Raymond 8129 

William Skeels 1612 

William Smith 1463a 

William Stebbins 3436 

William T 3462 

William Warrent 3426 

Willie Matthew 3187 

Willie Raymond 3040b 

Willis 4096 

Wilton Matthew 3132 

Zalmon G 516 

Zalmond Raymond . ..« 1463bb 

Zeno 1037 

Zeolide Lydia 2248 

Zophar Brush 1501 



K 



ko. 

KANE, Isabel Wildman 2927 

KARNS, Annie 8177u 

KELLETT, Margaret Ann 4547 

KELLEY, Celia 4424 

Charles A 6061 

Chloe 4923 

Cora A 4582 

Edgar S 6139 

Flora G 4580 

Florence A 4581 

Hannah M 4583 

Henry C 2586 

Hiram E 4489 

Tames 4445 

Joseph 1317 

Lydia 4425 

Mary L. M 6140 

Mercy P 4925 

Norman Hallock 8790 

Paul 6141 

Sarah C 4924 

Sarah E 2342 

Sophia 1817 

Sophia, Mrs 1317 

William P 6060 

KELLOGG, Benjamin 262, 1680 

Catharine Miller 1685 

Clarissa 1679 

Cyrus 1681, 8479b 

Electa Ann 1678 

Emily Peck 2290i 

Emma, Mrs 3479b 

Emma Lewis 8479b 

Esther 205 

Eunice 755 

Flora Jane 2290* 

Henry 1677 

Ira 1175 

Tason 756 

tason G 1684 

Lois 758. 1682 

Lucy Ann 2290f 



No. 

KELLOGG, Margaret S 1683 

Martha 391j 

Mary Elizabeth 2290b 

Mary Lodoiska 2599 

Medad R 1142-0 

Nancy 757 

Stephen 887 

KELLY, Alice R 2283 

Ansel H 4177 

Clarence 4110 

Edmond 4109 

Elida Edell 2286 

Frank Hudson 2284 

Hattie Palmer 2288 

John 819 

William Corwin 2289 

William Delancy 2285 

KELSEY, Edgar 5069 

KEMPTON, John 2912, 5123 

KENDALL, Cornelius P 2865 

KENDRICK, Helen 2666 

Marv 72 

Sarah 71 

KENNEDY. Minerva L 4593 

KENT. Abby 4175 

Addison Hovt 4075 

Archibald Fl-nn 1434-4 

Caroline Agatha 4076 

Clara 3862 

Cora Ada 4079 

Gertrude Kstelle 4074 

Hardey White 4077 

Henry Wallis 6238 

Herbert Arthur 4078 

T. T., Dr 8699 

Tuliette 2261 

Kenneth Raymond 5802a 

Laura 2389 

Lewis Benedict 304 Od 



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No. 

KENT. Nelson G 4688 

William 8262 

William Archie 8040c 

KEPEL, Charles 5172b 

KERN, Ly*a 4021y 

William 216r 

KESTIN, Ethel 8474 

KETCHAM, Rosins E 2600 

KEYSER, Amanda 2046 

Frederick 1874 

Frederick A 2*44 

Mary Matilda 2046 

Nellie ., 1726 

KIDDER, Lillian 5226 



KILBOURN. Florella Mary Ann. 
Louisa E., Mrs 



2400 
1214 



KILGORE, Abigail 8861 

Adelaide 8852 

Cyrus 1616 

Cyrus Elwood 3358 

Lorinda 3360 

Sophronia 8354 

William H 8840 



KIMBERLY, 



187 



KIMBLE, Samuel 603k 

t 
KIMBROUGH, Barbara Ann 1550 

KINCH, Edward 8266 

Ellen. Mrs 3265 

Ellen Frances 3265 

KING. Amy, Mrs 2746 

Clara Ketcham 2748 

Eliza M I860 

Eva A 3847 

Frances Harriet 1030k 

Matilda 3356 

Rosabell Unclassified 

William D 2746 

KINGMAN, John 870 

KINGSBURY, Andrew \. 2247k 

Andrew Lemuel 2247k 

Frederick John 5161 

Georgia Amelia 4041m 

Kitti* . 4041n 

Lucy 2847k 

Lula Mariah *0«P 

Martin H 4041* 

Otto C 40411 

Ruth «408 



No. 

KINNE, John J 8802 

KIRBY, Charles H 1726 

Frederick W 6724 

John H 8846 

ohn N 6726 

faggie A 6723 

Mittie E 6727 

Myrtie L , *72fr 

Seth B 6728 

KIRK, Laura 248ft 

KISSAM, E. Van B 2200c 

Gloriarma 066 

KLINCK, Amelia 1610 

KNAPP, Alice 1186 

Ann 2503 

Benjamin 166 

David 8177aa 

Edgar S 280T 

Edgar Thorn 5113 

Elmer 5110 

James A 5168 

Tane A 1866 

Laura 8470h 

Lilly . 5111 

Livingston 5112 

Mary 1206, 1207 

Pamelia R 1007 

Reuben H 206O 

Sarah, Widow 1364 

Sarah Amelia 2444 

KNIFFEN, Edith 5600 

George 8500 

George Edward 6610 

Tohn 8110 

John J 1J86 

Mabel Elisabeth 5*08 

Margaret 1468 

Maryette 3112 

Oscar 8111 

KNIGHT, Charles J HOT 

Jennie Lois 4041c 

KNOWLES, Sarah 1248b 

KNOX, Emma 2482 

Joseph Smith 2380 

KOON, Elira Ann 80871 

KORN, Elizabeth 8883 

KRATZ, Frederick, Rev 1211 

KULL, Richard 3602 

KYLE. Katie 2367s 



No. 

LABOREE, Anne 44 

LACE. Elijah 1862 

LADUE. Oliver 987 

LAEONTAIN, Mary 2748 

LAKE, Emily 2423 

Sophia 402 



No. 

LAMBERT, David 5037b 

Joseph 1711 

Lois 802 

Samuel F 2828 

LAMPHIRE, Lincoln 6228kk 

LANDON, Asa Eaton 6880 

Fred L 4740 

Gardner 1084 



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No. 

LAN DON, Isidore Cornelia 6340 

Jane 1870e 

Susie 1924 

LANE, Clara 6210 

Clara Estelle 4092 

Edward M 1624 

{ames Albert 4093 
ames H 2268 
Tina E 2916 

LANG, John 6016 

Weston D 4422 

LANPHEAR, Amanda Ophelia 2447 

LANSING, Abram C 1791 

Emma L 6367 

Scott WandeU 3642 

LASELL, Chester Whiting 3647r 

Hilyard 6648m 

Mario 6648p 

LASHER, CUfford S 6477 

Helen, Mrs 8370 

Lisle K 6476 

Philip 8870 

Russell 3270 

LASSELL, Hannah 622, 2605 

LATHROP. Jeannie S 3909 

Julia B., Mrs 1818f 

LATTIN, Betsey 1468g 

LAW, Sarah Teresa 1142q 

LAWRENCE. Elisabeth 541i 

Ella Maria 4484 

Frank Eugene 4488 

Hannah F. 2414 

Henry 5221-o 

Julia Aletta 3489 

Lovilla 6485 

Mary Louise S479-o 

Mary M 1626 

Noah D., Dr 2532 

Rhoda 687 

Samuel 687 

Truman T 2485 

LAWSON, Jane 1655 

LAWTON, 8888 

LE FURGE, Dollie Jane 4801 

Dorothy Jane 4801 

LEACH, Emma 2333 

George H 203dw 

Harriet S 203dw 

John M 208dw 

Lucy * 1446 

Marion 303dw 

LEAL, Martha Jane 1663 

LEASON, 189 

LEAVENWORTH, Sibyl 151 

LEDEREX, Jennie 8874 

LEE. Aaron, Capt 984 

Anson L 8637 

Elisabeth 3688 

John Randolph 3640 



No. 

LEE, Lucy, Mrs 984 

M*nr • 934 

Mary L 8641 

Robert P 8642 

Sarah T 3639 

LEETE, Bernard Emerson 5809 

Eleanor 5810 

Marjory 6808 

William Rockwell 5807 

William White, Rev 8946d 

LEFLER. Lilla Mary 4746 

Marchal J 3652 

Mark R. 4745 

Myron C 4744 

LEHMAN, Marion Y 1788 

LENT, Everett 1868 

LENTZ, Anna C 5967 

EUa 6968 

Lovinia 6970 

Marian M 5966 

Susan E 6969 

LEONARD, , Mrs 1891 

Cclia 1291 

Ella 3748 

Jane E 6188 

Lydia 8048 

Mary 2751 

TiUey 1291 

LESSEY, Harriet M 1295 

LESTER, Caroline, Mrs 1214 

Eleanor 1732r 

LETTIN, Rosa 1463a 

LEVERING, Charles S 4788 

Emma L 6867 

Jenny May 6368 

LEWIS, 2219k 

Mrs 1880 

Adaline, Mrs 8104 

Albertine M 2980 

Anna Amanda 2567 

Churchill Sperry 4641 

Diana 4657 

Edward Rockwell .7 8905 

Emma 5082 

Fannie 908 

Frank Filmore 81*6 

Francis 2844 

Frederick 8104 

Helen 3104 

Jean , 32901 

Jennie M 8644 

Jenny Rose 4642 

Leonard 2600 

Mabel B 8904 

Margaret 4418 

Manette 907 

Phebe 9565 

William :... 457 

LIBEY, Bertie Loy 6466-o 

Leroy 5045u 

Margaret 8845c 

Maria P 8845d 

LILLIBRIDGE, Mary Ann 1286 

Nancy, Mrs 1285 

Warren 1285 



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No. 

LINDSAY, Alexander 1813c 

Edgar Alexander 6648h 

Frederick George 8547-o 

Julius Alexander 8647m 
lartha Janette 85471 

Minnie 8647n 

LINES, Philip 856 

LING, Henry 3897, 5584 

LINN1E, Clorinda 8917 

LINTON, Margaret 6170 

LINTZ, John W 4406 

LITCHFIELD, Helen 8819d 

LITTELL, Francis E 5088 

LITTLE, Alonzo Robert 58832 

Margaret, Mrs 4041b 

Milton Robert 4041b 

Robert 4041b 

LITTLEFIELD, Charles 8778 

Edward E 4958 

Emma 4967 

Imogene 4967 

Rose C 4960 

Warren Austin 4959 

LIVERMORE, Cyrna 875f 

LIVINGSTON, 613Sb 

George 5898 

Jane 1166 

London £890 

Louis 6383d 

Nettie 5391 

Robert 3198, 6338a 

LOBDELL, A. F 1859 

Abigail 870 

Abigail F * 1867 

Albert J 8685 

Alexander F 3644 

Alexander Fraaier 1868 

Almira 8688 

Almira J 1864 

Anna 830, 3630 

Anson 868 

Anson Whitney 1857 

Arabella Estelle 3664 

Aurilla 3664 

Bekey 871 

Benjamin R 8689 

Betsey M 1858 

Carevell 8431 

Caroline E... 1868 

Charles 8650 

Charles B 8688 

Charles D 1856 

Chloe 808e, 881 

Clark 1854, 1870c 

Daniel 888, 789 

Darius 8686, 8687 

Deborah 883 

Ebenezer 818, 548 

Eleanor Justinia 8659 

Elixa 1768 

Elizabeth .'...848, 314, 908, 1877, 8069 

Esther 8648 

Eunice 309 

Floyd 1765, 8681 

Frederick 3686 

George 1764, 1881 

Grace 8668, 6678a 

Harriet Eliza 8658 



No. 

LOBDELL, Harry 1768 

g*rvey i 86 9 

g«lcn 3636 

Henry 1870 

Irving 8658 

Jackson Perry 874d, 1865 

Jacob 811, 889, 1866 

James 1656, 1880 

Jane 1760 

Jessie Clothilde 8661 

Joanna .. 1876 

Joanna Frances 3660 

John 1504, 1879, 8668 

John C 8667 

Jonathan 313 

Joshua 809, 810, 878, 8651 

I"Ha 1761 

Julia E... 1868 

Laura Louisa 8668 

Lew« 1756 

L/dia 1757 

}Jary 1876, 8633 

Mary J 1865 ■ 

Nancy 17 5 8 

Nathan 869 

?oWy ; 874, 1759 

Samuel 878 

Samuel H 1874 

Sarah 8634 

Sarah A i860 

Sarah E 1888 

Susan J 1869 

Susanna 543 

Susie 8646 

Vincent Paddock 3645 

William 1878 

William T 1861 

LOCKARD, Harry 5340 

LOCKE, Eleanora W 8146b 

Fidelia 1887 

LOCKHART, 6168 

LOCKWEED, Hattie 6888x 

LOCK WOOD, Abraham 1869 

Albert 6807 

Andrew 8479g 

Aner, Mrs 1389 

Annie Elizabeth 6506k 

Annie P 5806 

Annie Thomas 5199 

Benjamin F 5814 

Carmi 494 

Catharine 1461 

Charles H 5206 

Charles J 1051 

Charles N 2991 

Charles Nichols 2980 

Charlotte Rankin 6201 

Clarissa E 5818 

Daniel j 1434k 

Earl Alphonso 6507 

Edward K 1049 

Eleanor ." 8984 

Eliphalet I486 

Elsey Miner 6813 

Ephraim 814, 1484m 

Florence May 6518 

Frances A 5316 

Frederick T 5197 

George Benedict 8983, 5808 

George C 1050 

Gertrude 5196 

Han ford Homer ....' 6818 

Hanford N 1889, 5803 

Hanford Nichols 1487, 8985, 6606i 

Hannah 1486 



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INDEX. 



No. 

LOCK WOOD, Harriet Jane 6817 

Homer 1440, 17321 

Homer N 6221aa 

Homer Nichols 2987 

Homer W 6606d 

Horatio 1451 

Isaac 816, 817, 1889, 1448, 2986 

Isabel 5198 

Isabel Wildman 6506f 

ioanna 1052 
ohn 67, 1484j 
ohn Hoyt 6204 
oseph 815, 1484n, 2268 
,ucy 1442 

Lucy Bennett 65061 

Lydia 106, 578 

Maria 1058 

Marion Dwight 6506h 

Mary 5200 

Mary E 3479g 

Mary Ellen 5211 

Mary Lucinda 6517 

Mary Martha 2979, 2981 

Mary Thomas 6506g 

Patty 1436 

Polly 1436 

Rachel 541 

Robert 813 

Ruth 1439 

Sally 1438, 1441 

Samantha 2983 

Samantha M 5215 

Samuel Pierson 6209 

Sarah 391f, 14341 

Sarah E 3568 

Susanna, Mrs 818 

Thomas W 5202 

Thomas Wildman 2978 

Walker B 6506e 

William Andrew 6506j 

William H 5210 

William R 2277 

LODER, Darius 912 

George K 3358 

Jeremiah 1619 

Rhoda Ann 3359 



LOMBARD, Edward C 5900 

George W 5899 

George Washington 4310 

Warren Davis 5898 



LONG, Eliza 2683 

Fred G 2216k 

LOOKER. Maria 1615 

LOOMIS, Arthur E 4786 

Arthur Reid 6362 

Ezra 2669 

Flora Lillian 6369 

Florence E 4783 

Gertrude E 4782 

Grace May 6361 

Harriet H 4784 

Lucien E 4781 

Maud 6280 

Milton 4780 

Myron G 4789 

LORD, Willis, Rev 2972 

LORING, 1320 

LOSEE, Abram 3177jj 



No. 
LOSEE, George... 3177jj, 5889rr, 6824mm 

James Keeler 5389tt 

John C 6389rr 

Leroy 5889rr, 682411 

Phoebe, Mrs 8177ji 

William Minor 6389ss 

LOUNSBURY, Ann Eliza 2146al 

Deborah 571 

Delia Armor, Mrs 2146al 

Mary 2944 

Miner 1814 

Nathan 2146al 

LOVE, Mary Ann 256* 

LOVELAND. Henry W 8881 

Ernest P 5761 

LOYSTER, Carl E 3665v 

Clarence A 3665y 

Herbert 5228 

Herbert Dean 3665x 

Mattie 1 3666w 

LUCE, Carlton G 5035 

Ella Rockwell 6449 

Fred Gorham 6447 

Myrtie 5070 

William Carlton 6448 

LUDDINGTON, Abby Jane 3042 

LUDLOW, Watson 1041j 

LUYSTER, Eliza Jane 3285 

LYMAN, Catharine Jane 2978 

Mary 4485 

LYNCH, Mary 5389w 

LYND, Aaron 3177dd 

LYNDE, Mattie Howard 3547j 

LYNES, Benjamin 1375 

Daniel 1145 

Julia Maria 2300 

Sarah Elizabeth 2299 

Sarah Maria 1375 

Timothy B 2298 

LYNN, Florence 6643b 

Rosco Keeler 6648a 

Samuel C 582S-© 

LYON, Abigail, Mrs 1466 

Affiable, Mrs 2995 

Betsey Ann 869 

Emma Agnes 5237 

Frank H 2219g 

Grace Eleanor 5236 

Henry 2219i 

Hezekiah 263 

Levi 1466 

Marlin 1243c 

Morris W 8019 

Sally Jenette 1466 

Theodore 2905 

Walter Sanford, Rev 2219h 

William Augustus 5235 

Zalmon 229S 

Mary Ann, Mrs 2566» 



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INDEX. 



liil 



No. 

McALPINE, Anna, Mrs 1391 

Margaret 1891 

William 1891 

McCAFFREE, Alice 4008 

Charles D 4006 

Floyd 4009 

' Floyd J 2208 

Grace 4007 

Harry 4011 

Mattie B 4010 

Rolfe Keeler 4011 # 

McCARRILL, OHve 4507 

MCCARTHY, Carlton 1814 

Eliazbeth, Mrs 1314 

John 1814 

McCARTY, Adelaide R 5446 

Alexander T 2783 

Carelton E 4980 

Carlton 2786 

Elizabeth J 5444 

Ella 1 5445 

Henry Arthur 5443 

Jane E 2782 

John H 3230 

John Henry 5447 

John L 2784 

lulu R 4979 

Margaret P 2785 

McCLELLAND, Edward 2686 

Edward B 4805 

Uly May 6375 

McCLURE, Oscar Gilaon 2500 

McCOLLISTER, Eudora A 4375 

Eugene R 4376 

Ira ^ 2499 

McCOLLUM, Nellie 3379 

McCOY, Bonnie Alice 6661 

Catharine 1255 

Charles Albert 6662 

Lessie May 6660 

Melissa C 4447 

William D 6051 

McCUTCHEON, Anna, Mrs 4303 

Byron M. f Gen 4803 

Frederick 4803 

Hannah, Mrs 4303 

James 4303 

McDONALD, Annie Laura 4288b 

Bessie 4288e 

Eddie 2466m 

George E *006i 

Tohn C 2466k 

Leighton 2466n 

Maude 4288c 

Myrtle 4288d 

Samuel Keeler 2466j 

Sarah Jane 4248 

Willie 24661 

McDOLE, Don 3622 

McDOUGALL, Eunice 3479m 

McDOWELL, Neil, Rev 1243g 



M 

No. 

McFARDEN, Elizabeth 1420 

Martha, Mrs 1480 

Thomas 1420 

Tryphena 4964 

McGOWAN, William 2777 

McGREGOR, John 2775 

McGROARTY, Alma Georgina 5639c 

Kathleen Fee 5639b 

Robert Ryan 5689a 

William Buckner 8556a 

McGUIRE, Thomas 1252 

McHARG, Mary 8266 

McINTOSH, Charles Keeler 5461 

Fanny S 5463 

George Walter 6464 

Henry Martin 6462 

Margaret 1526k 

Robert Perry 5460 

Theophilus F 3255 

McINTYRE, 1291 

Jane 2506 

McKAY, Almira 4500 

McKEAN, Andrew J 2606 

Arthur B 4666 

Juliette 2616 

Scott R... 6324j 

McKEE, Rosalie 4628 

McKEEL, Jane 2257 

McKENNY, Jane 1315 

McKILVEY, Julia Ann, Mrs 2528 

McKINNON. 4948 

Harry Hollister 4943 

William M 4948 

Willis Castle 4948 

McLAUGHLIN, Edward Tompkins.. 4126 

McMAHAN, Margaret L 4596 

McNAUGHTON, Addison J 5074 

Lloyd 6476 

Minnie 6477 

McNEIL, Archibald, Dr 8489 

Augusta Caroline, Mrs 1786 

Charles C 451} 

Henry 1736, 3491 

Lilly Buckley 6157 

Mary J490 

Rollin, Dr 1786 

Sarah Ann 1876 

McPHERSON, William Charles.... 4162 

MACDONALD, Francis Clifford 5647 

Irving Clifford 6827 

MACE, Patience % 711 

MACOMBER. Helen B 2267 

Julia Ann 4427 



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INDEX. 



No. 

MAGILL, John 6202 

Sarah B 6202 

MAGINNIS. Marcus W 6475 

MAIN. Lucretia 1987 

MAINS, Howard 6016 

MALLETT. Alvira 3218 

Anna Smith 2289k 

Burr 3212 

Charles 1142f 

Elizabeth 3211 

Isaac C 1527 

Marcus B 1538, 5422 

Mary 5421 

Montville 5423 

Sadie 6424 

MALLORY, 6323hh 

Bertha 6323h 

Charles A 5229 

Chara Jarvis 6528 

Edwin 1129 

Giles ". 322 

Harry 6527 

Robert 6402 

MALTBY, Hannah 1269 

MANGE, George Winthrop 6582 

Winthrop 3461 

MANLEY, Abel Phelps 4817 

Clinton 2675 

Clyde Everett 4816 

Ernest 4811, 4814 

Jane L 4407 

Lulu 4818 

Mellicent 4819 

Percy Sumner 4813 

Sarah May 4815 

Stella Eloisa 4812 

MANNING, Elizabeth W 5389cc 

MARKLEY, Charles Edward 5793 

George H ., 3894y 

George Herman 5792 

MARKS, Louise 1977 

MARNE, John 5221p 

MARQUIS, Mary Ann 2526 

MARSE, Josie 4655 

MARSH. Addie 5752 

Arvine H 5750 

Henry L 3876 

Kittie 5751 

Mary Ann 1299 

MARSHALL, Aimer Joel 807 

Ann Maria 8263 

Charlotte L 3264 

Elmer J 1797 

Emily 1799, 1800 

Frank Henry 5474 

Helena 3270 

Henry 8265 

John F 1802 

Joseph H 5154 

Louisa A 1801 

Maria J 1798 

Martin Keeler 8266 

Robert 3268 



No. 

MARSHALL, Robert S 1561 

Louise M 3267 

Sylvia M 1813f 

Thomas 807 

Washington 3269 

William Robert 5478 

MARTIN, Aaron R 2802 

Abby 4880 

Abigail 444 

Adela Ida 4922 

Alice V 4916 

Amy Roselle 2720 

Bertha Isabella 4919 

Berton H 5014 

Caleb 1300 

Caleb Ozias 2718 

Caleb P 4887 

Caroline A. ." 4915 

Caroline L 4888 

Charles A 4921 

Charles R 4882 

Charlotte F 2725 

Charlotte H 2755 

Clark C 2754 

Clark Henry 4911 

Eleanor 2747 

Eleanor E 4918 

Elizabeth, Mrs 1808 

Elizabeth S 4910 

Elvin Mead 4886 

Emma 2161 

Emor Jane 2726 

Ernest A 5018 

Estella M . i 4889 

Etta Louise 4884 

Ezra Mead 2719 

Fanny Effa 4893 

Foster Emera 5019 

George E 4809 

Hannah Lorette 2717 

Henry 2755 

Hiram 2748 

Hiram A 4917 

Laura 2247e 

Laura L 4913 

Laura Marguerite 6021 

Louise 2387,3869 

Marcia Ann 2722 

Marion Roscoe 2728 

Mary, Mrs 2755 

Mary Ellen 4883 

Mary Jane 4891 

Marv M 2784 

Matilda E 2752 

Mertie C 6015 

N. E., Mrs 1034 

Nelson E 2196 

Nye Caleb 2758 

Patrick Henry 2721 

Peter A 2751 

Peter R 4920 

Peter Richard 1308 

Prentice P 4914 

Richard 1308 

Richard J 2755 

Rufus M 2749 

Rufus Wilbur 2727 

Ruth Vcrena 6017 

Sarah 2274 

Sarah Asenath 5018 

Sarah E. 27^0 

Sarah Edna 4R0? 

Sarah Emeline 2723 

Vera Leila 5016 

William A 4885 

William Elisha 2804 

Willis Nye 4912 

William Patrick 6090 



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iv 



No. 

MARVIN, Abigail 879 

Barnabas Sttlg 

Betsey 775c, 1732j 

Betsey Maria 1386 

Clara Elizabeth 8187 

Elizabeth 874, 887 

Esther 1888 

Grace Belle 5888-oo 

Hannah 839b, 878, 386, 891d, 1881 

Harriet Louisa 2981e 

Harriet Louise 2981g 

Homer C 6228pp 

Huldah 7a, 775b, 1440 

Ichabod 39 li 

Isaac 891b 

. Raymond -1461 

ames 265, 776a 

Henry 8981c 

Wallace 3128 

oanna 1282 

ohn 888, 2520 

ohn Scott 1732h 

oseph 891a, 889b 

bsiah 891 

>ander Smith 2981 f 

Lewis 391c 

Lewis Scott 2981d 

Lillic 8117 

Mary 876, 382 

Mary A 2981a 

Mary Emily 2691 

Matthew 378, 875, 884, 1282 

Matthew, Capt 389 

Matthew, Dea 891e 

Nathaniel 1782ii 

Nellie J 5228mm 

Osias, Col 891 £ 

Rachel .., 881 

Rachel Estelle 6228nn 

Sally 1084 

Samuel 880, 890 

Samuel, Lieut 385 

Sarah 877, 888, 17S2i 

Sarah Elizabeth 2981b 

Silas 391h 

Tilley 2620 

Uriah 7a, 265, 891i 

J 
MARYATT, Eugene K 4695 

MASON, Belle E 2275 

George L , 1840, 2275 

Harriet, Mrs 2275 

Matilda J 2591, 4752 

Sarah Ann 4698 

MASSEY, Emmor K 1788 

Marion Y., Mrs 1788 

Susanna 1738 

MATHER, Eloise L 6081 

t 

MATHEWS, Lyman, Rev 2718 

Mary H 2718 

MATHIS, Alva I ?. 5451 

Enock W 8231 

Madison W 5450 

Wesley B 5449 

MATSON, Eli 960 

MATTHEWS, Cora S 4117 

MATTHIAS, Jenny W 6687 

John J ♦ 8534 
lary Elsie 6638 



No. 

MAXON, Albert T 5471 

Marshall C 8260 

Minnie Elizabeth .' 5473 

MAXWELL, Alice 1659 

Solomon, Capt 1669 

Thomas C 8520 

MAY. Anne 6118 

Charles 8109 

Helen 6117 

iohn 4468 
lary 1466 

Paul 8648 

MAYNARD, Edward 8880 

Ethel L 4281 

Myrtle 4288 

Raymond 4888 

Ruth 4284 

MAZUZAN, Celia 2729 

Erastus 1801 

Harriet 2781 

John 2780 

Julia 2782, 3786 

MEAD, 781, 8658 

Abigail 208c 

Abram A 5389m 

Adelaide 1499 

Alice Edwards 4861 

Alice Rockwell 6577 

Amy 1801, 2746 

Anna Janes 4864 

Benjamin Rush 2468 

Betty 1618 

. Carl Abel 4868 

Carrie 4203 

Carrie Ely ~ 4086 

Cassie 2866 

Charles Beardsley 4028 

Charles E... 8177a 

Charles M 2716 

Clarence Hoyt 4088a 

Clarence S 6368e 

Clark .., 2289 

David Rutherford 1718c 

Ebenezer, Gen 6807 

Edith 6368f 

Edith Pearl 4284 

Edna May 4087 

Electa Linsley 4859 

Eliza A 6814 

Eliza Ann 1496 

Emma 2357 

Enoch, Col 5307 

Esther, Mrs 518 

Ezra 624 

Fanny Elizabeth 4027 

Florence G 4033 

Frances Irene 6819 

Frank Bond 4868 

Franklin Bacon 4024 

Frederick Earl 4874 

Frederick Llewellyn 4088 

George Herbert 4863 

George Richard 4031 

George Walker 4089 

Hancy 1029b 

Hannah 405a, 669, 1800, 1464 

Hannah, Mrs 8560 

Hannah Treadwell 4872 

Harriet Bell 2465 

Harriet Wooster 4866 

Harry W 4875 

Helei R 5280 

Henry Albert 6411 

Henry C 2341 



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No. 

MEAD, Herbert 8048, 5807, 6576 

Herbert, Mrs 8048 

Hiram 2712 

Horace Janes 8718 

14^ JPl* 1718c 

Ida Belle 4034 

Israel C 2709 

Jane *. 469 

John Wesley 1496, 1499 

Joseph 294, 295 

Josephine Hortense 8463 

Julia 8681 

fender 1718c 

Leslie Palmer 6417 

Lewis Fancher H 4039 

Linus 1819, 2840, 8660 

Lonn C 2714 

Lulu Bell 2466 

Lydia 2710, 4038 

Lyman Matthews 4863 

Malcolm 4870 

Marcus Leroy 6863d 

Mary 208j, 464, 712, 844 

Mary A., Mrs 5889m 

Mary Agnes 4030 

Mary Ann 2707 

Mary Jane 6389m 

Martin L 2715 

Martin Lewis 4865 

Napoleon Bonaparte 2464 

Newman 478 

Paul Martin 4873 

Phebe 405b 

Rachel, Mrs 1496, 1499 

Rebecca 333 

Rhoda 1627 

Richard 1078, 8560 

Rufus 624, 1229, 2711, 4871 

Rufus Horace 4867 

Rufus Tilden 4857 

Sarah 58, 3604 

Sarah E., Mrs 1819 

Solomon 2238 

Sophia Spaulding 4025 

Stephen Clark 4035 

Stephen S 2242 

Theodore 1243 

Theodore Blakeslee 4285 

Timothy 624 

Tryphena 2708 

Walter Llewellyn 4082 

William Deming 4026 

William M 1985, 2988 

MEE, Catharine 4747 

MEEKER, 8146m 

Adelaide Frances 984 

Lorenzo, Col 984 

Mary, Mrs 984 

MELOTTE, Addy Jay 6196 

George W : 4549 

Julia L 6195 

MELOY, Charles B 222 

MERCHANT, Andrew Percival 2187 

Bert H., Capt 3751 

Bradley 1370 

Charles 2940 

Cortes 1356 

Eleanor 1011 

Eliza Ann 1010 

Frank Corbin 8937 

George 2938 

Georgianna 2901, 2902 

Helen Maria 2139 

Jane Elizabeth 2138 



No. 

MERCHANT, John 2939 

Lemuel 447 

Lucia Adele 2148 

Marco Erskine 2142 

Mary Eveline ....'. 2140 

Niram Phillips 8938 

Niram Rockwell 1008 

Olive 1013 

Orrin Gilbert 1009 

Ossian Delos 2141 

Paschal 1012 

Purley Andrew 8934 

Sallie Amanda 3938 

MERRILL, Abby 973. 

MERRILLS, Emma 1091b 

MERRITT, Clorinda, Mrs 2917 

Elizabeth 2987i 

George 5234 

Joseph W 1886, 1978 

Wesley, Maj.-Gen 2146i 

MERWIN, Edward C 6075 

Elizabeth Syman 1560 

Emma J 6074 

Eva Miriam 6077 

Florence A 6070 

Fred Dangler 6672 

Tames N 6076 

John 556n 

John C 6071 

Mara Helen 6072 

Mary Ann 3257 

Ralph R 6670 

Ruth 153? 

Ruth H 6671 

William F 6078 

William Mason 4448 

MESSENGER, Maria 1029e 

MEWBINNEY, Edward A 5824d 

John R 5824d 

William «... 5824d 

William James 5824d 

MICHELL, Charlotte Josephine 3670 

MIDDLEBROOK, 288Sb 

MIDDLETON, Andrew 509* 

Nelson, Dr 2275b 

MILES, Alice J 6071 

Clarence Uriah 6065 

Cora Anna 60H7 

Creighton 2870, 2876 

Cyrenius H 5068 

Esther H 5066 

Henry E 6070 

Lillie D 5069 

Orison P 2877 

Perry 5073 

Sila D 1142a 

MILLARD, Belle 6768 

Edmond 680 

Gustavius 3894 

MILLER, Abigail 1041g 

Annie Kitty 2837 

Arthur Ernest G484 

Bertha 6050 

Berhuel 4924 

Caroline E 4741 

Carroll E 4636 

Carroll Frank 6279 



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No. 

MILLER, Catharine ...., 756, 3681 

Catharine Erne 6481 

Charles J , 6389ww 

Edna R 682 4 w 

Eliza 872 

Elizabeth 2414 

Flora Oella 6427 

Frank Louis 2649 

George Nelson 6482 

Harriet Victoria 6426 

Henry Rockwell 4742 

Herman 5108 

Isabel 1287 

John Henry HS9g 

Leah J 6824ww 

Leonora 2888 

Mabel M..._ 582 4 xx 

Martin Edgar 6428 

Mercy Myrtle 6480 

Nancy A 1748 

Roy S 5824uu 

Sarah Philena 6429 

Sherman William 6433 

MILLET, Alice 8262 

MILLS, Clementine 874r 

Tames 1088e 

Lewis 1577 

Mary B S479i 

MINARD, Clarence 4658 

Frank Raymond 6318 

Harriet May 6817 

Jennie Etta 6316 

MINER, Harold Rockwell 4511 

Harwin Rockwell 4512 

Horace Skinner 2540 

Mary Ann 1755 

MINERT, Eda 2216u 

MIRICK, Julia 4506 

Lucy 1005 

MITCHELL, Amy Ellice 1612 

Harold E 6127 

Henry H 1888 

Horace Hurlburd 6126 

Jacob 8820 

Robert C 4479 

MIXER, Elliot 1782q 

MONELL, John J 4484 

MONTAGUE, Henry O., Judge .... 2125 

MONTANT. Augusti Philippe 5159 

Louis T...., 6496 

Marie Adele 6496 

MONTGOMERY, Pearl Mathis 4959 

MOODY, Arvilla 2862 

Augustus 2152 

Gertrude V 8955 

Seely R 3956 

MOORKENS, Adelia Ellen 6888 

Florence Lillian 5885 

Tames F. L 8171 

Tames Osmer 5886 

taary Margaret 5884 

MOOR. Mary »»87f 

William 728 



No. 

MOORE, Anna L 1050 

Albert A 6708 

Collins William 4369 

Hartshorn M 1892 

Mary Emma 5947 

Myron K 2974 

Myrta Ellen 5949 

Thomas Slocum 5948 

Warren Rockwell 6636 

MOREHOUSE, Daniel 818 

Gideon 14 

Helen Reed, Mrs 2829 

Jonathan 14 

Lemuel 14, 94 

Mary 14, 135a 

Nathan 14 

Rebecca 829 

Thomas 14 

MOREY, Angie E 5097 

Blanche 5098 

Charles E 5088 

David 2891 

Derexa 5090 

Eben i, 6098 

Edward R 5087 

Eliza 5091 

Elsie L 5092 

Frances 5221b 

George M 5089 

Helen 2888 

James 6486 

James M 5096 

Jessie 6484 

Sarah 714 

Sylvia 5096 

Walter 6485 

William S 5094 

MORGAN, Abbie Jane 923 

Albert N 2883e 

Curtis 951 

Dora 2888a 

Fannie Marcia 3479j 

Fanny M 2883c 

Harriet 619 

Harris 632a, 1837t 

Harris Dwight 8479j 

Mary Augusta 2883b 

Mary Susan, Mrs 8479j 

Phebe 1671 

Sarah 948 

Thaddeus 950 

Wilbur 2883d 

Zalmon 428, 949 

MORRELL, Charles 1526h 

MORRIS, Anna 5045g 

Arza C 8211 

Asher 1484b 

Edgar 6045h 

Eugenia 6420 

Fraank Eaton 504 5i 

Gertrude 6418 

Mary 5419 

Nettie 5043f 

Simon Peter 8867 

MORRISON, Ann 2484 

Emily 1898 

Mary Elizabeth 978 

MORSE. 2681 

Millie 8177aa 

MORTON, Diana Ann 1447 



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No. 

MORTON, Nancy, Mrs 1447 

Otis 1447 

MOSELEY, Mary R 1681 

MOSEMAN, Emma 5504 

MOSS, Alice J 2035 

Rachel 8085 

MOTT, Alice Lydia 5611 

Emma 5613 

George Philander 5612 

Netty 5614 

Philander A 3512 

MOYER, Harriet 1166 

MOYERS, Henry 2247m 

Joseph 2247m 
fargaret, Mrs 2247m 

MULLER, Ennis 6491 

Harrold 6492 

MUNRO, Widow 135a 

MURCH, Abel B 1788 

Mary Jane 8638 

MURDOCK, Ella 1896 

Martha Ann 2476 



N<K 

MURPHY, Mary Ettie 2272 

Samuel *. 2987r 

MURRAY, Anna 8831 

Eva F 8581 

Hattie 2136 

MUSSON, Robert Rockwell 8932 

T. H 2128 

W. A., Capt 2128 

Winifred U. 8931 

MYERS, Harriet 1468 

John 1468 
fargaret, Mrs 1468 

Sally Catharine 2314 

Sarah Ann 1122 

William Henry 3054 

MYRICK, Ada Orilla 5932 

Ann Eliza 5933 

Charles Rockwell 3921 

Efner Turtelo 5980 

Frank H 2122 

Frederick Riley 6981 

George A 3919 

John Russell 6927 

Kate Evelyn 8920 

Maria Hortense 5928 

Oscar Eugene 5929 

Oscar Fitzallen 4353 



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No. 
NARRISH, John R 6290 

NASH, Abigail 518 

Abraham 107a 

Alice T 5389rr 

Amanda Malvina 924 

Antoinette 922 

Arnot Alfred 920 

Burr 923 

Charles 874z 

Charles Gould 3944 

Charles Henry 925 

Clark 480d 

Daniel K 918 

Elizabeth Olive 2144 

Ellen Maria 2147 

Eva 8950 

Frcelove 849 

Gould Merchant 2148 

Grace 3952 

Harriet 1874 

Harvey Olmstead 1010 

Hawley 919 

Hobart Lewis 2150 

Tacob 281, 414, 859 

John 279, 847 

Keeler 480a 

Lena 3951 

Lewis H 1011 

Lucinda 480b 

Martin Marion 2146 

Mary E 514 

Mary Elizabeth 3945 

Mehetablc 848 

Noah 213c 

Olive 3953 

Phebe Ann 2149 

Polly 480c, 921 

Roswell 926 

Sarah Jane 2354 



No. 

NASH, William Olmstead 2145 

Willis Winsor 8943 

NEAL, Mary Ann 4487 

NESBITT, Ellen, Mrs 6389u 

James Leroy 5389u 

Susan Alida 5389u 

NESMITH, Alfred 3907 

Marcus Stewart 5795 

NEVINS, Anna Matilda 4837 

NEWELL, Albert 880 

Anna 4772 

Clara Rebecca 4831 

E. B., Dr 2553a 

Harriet Atwood 8020 

Isabella 4772 

Lilly Eugenia 4829 

Marv Ann ". . . . 1284 

Oliver 1284 

Sylvester Eugene 4880 

William Wellington 4828 

William Wesley 2701 

NEWKIRK, Elizabeth 6482 

NEWMAN, Betsey 789 

NEWTON, Emmaline 3177hh, 817711 

Foster 2929 

NICHOLAS, May 3061 

NICHOLS, Aner 817, 1389 

Harriet 1357, 5296 

Lucius 2545 



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No. 

NICHOLS, Rachel 659 

Rebecca 261 

Sarah A 2797 

Sarah B 1870 

Susan 4182 

NICHOLSON, Edward Augustus.... 5914 

Charles 4330 

Isabella 5915 

NICKERSON, Sarah 174 

NIEBORGALL, John J 5823p 

NINNEGAR, Caroline 4417 

NIXON, Sally P 575 

NOBLE. Clarissa 488 

Susan M 2100 

NOBLES, Ann 24S8 

NOR R IS, A. Hart 2346 

Abiiah 596 

Abijah Hart 1174 

Benjamin C , 1213 

Benjamin Collins 2344 

Benjamin D 1171 

Bennett 179 

Betty 692 

Carrie Hope 4204 

Charles 2356 

Charles Howard 4206 

Charlotte Elizabeth 2349 

Chloe 1181 

Daniel 599 

David 1182 

De La Zaun 1168, 2347, 2352 

Eliza 1169 

Emma M 4211 

Evylin Grace 4207 

Fannie May 5865 

Frances Eliza 2355 

Garry Oscar 4212 

George 2358 

George Gilbert 4203 

George Hamilton 11 73 

Hannah 1177 

Henrietta Kraus . 2348 

Herman Cole 2351 

Irving 4202 

Isabella 1172 

Tames 694, 1176 

Tames Henry 4201 

tohn 146, 593, 2357 

Tohn Herbert 5864 

Kathrein Belle 5866 

Lambert K 1166 

Lvdia, Mrs 1400 

Maie Elizabeth 4205 

Mamie C '. 2390 

Mary 1170, 1180 

Mary Catharine 4044 

Mary DeForest 2345 



No. 

NORRIS, Moses 597 

Moses K 1178 

Rachel H67 

Ruth 5867 

Sally H75 

Samuel 598 

Sarah Elizabeth 2350 

Sophia E 2346 

Stephen 146, 595 

Weston G 2389 

William E 4200 

NORRISH, James W 4648 

NORTH, Amelia Benton 1661 

John D., Dr 4310 

Samuel 118 

NORTHROP, 204, 361 

" Aaron 218, 433 

Benjamin K 1829 

Betsey 796 

Carrie 1980 

Charles Addison, Rev 8578 

Clarissa 958 

David Wilson 1973 

Emily M...-. 1366 

Eunice 956 

Floyd B 1979 

Frank 1974 

Gamaliel 103 

Gertrude A 1978 

Hannah 649, 586 

Herbert M 1977 

Tane A 1363 

Jared 218 

Joseoh 218, 4174 

Lewis 795 

Lois 402 

Lydia 794 

Mary 570, 959 

Mehitabel (note) 7 

Minerva 1976 

Orville Howard 8579 

Rachel 282, 793 

Rebecca M 8577 

Samuel 189, 569 

Sarah 108 

Thomas 270, 426, 957 

NORTHRUP, 208 

Emeline 8195 

Hnnnah 593 

James 181 

Marv 2932 

Matthew 582 

Nehemiah 428 

Polly 17321c 

Thomas 165 

NORTON, Bella 1980 

Sarah, Mrs 656 

NOTT, Temperance 1248, 1253 

NOXON, 2119 



No. 

OAKLEY, Alice Amelia 5054 

Alice Angeline 5055 

Alma Elmina 5057 

Clarissa Viola 6056 

Edward E 2870 

Eglentine Augusta 5052 



No. 

F.lva Celeste 5058 

Guilford 5053 

ODELL. Amanda 2253 

Caroline 1647 

Fanny Louise Rockwell 5323 



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INDEX. 



No. 

ODELL, Harriet Amelia 1647 

William 3050 

OGDEN, Eva 5037b 

OHLSON, Elizabeth 3670 

O'KELLY, John 11*3 

OLDS, Clarissa 1519 

James 406a 

OUPHANT, Margaret 2845 

Mary 820 

OU VER, John 1041d 

OLLER, Amelia Benton 5442 

Arthur L 5439 

Byron LaSalle 6440 

Florence A 5438 

Harrison 8228 

Mary Edith 5441 

Virgil Henry 6437 

OLMSTEAD, 2260 

Addie L ' 8484 

Adelaide Rockwell 2010 

Adeline 983 

Anna 637 

Catharine 988 

Charles 2413 

Charlotte 339d 

Clyde Victor 6897 

Cora Montgomery 2007 

Daniel H 1728 

Edgar James 4843 

Elizabeth 41, 4023x 

Eunice 213 

Fanny 2012 

Grace Stanley 2008 

Hannah 633, 1070 

Harriet 981 

Harrison E 8480 

Henrietta 515 

Irving 2011 

Isaac S 8483 

James Hervey 984 

John, Dr , 874 

Jonas 81 

Josephine 2014 

Lena E 6398 

Lewis D 8485 

Lillie 8116 

Mary 2018 

Mary H 867b, 1733 

Matthew 433 

Melicent Ill 

Nathan 31 

Polly 839 

Richard 107e 

Rosa D 8482 

Samuel 296 

Samuel D 872e 

Sarah Ann 1096, 2256 

Sarah Whitney 979 

Thaddcus Rockwell 980 

Vida Estelle 6399 

Walter 433 

Walter Douglass 2009 



No. 
O'NEILL, Jane 1653 

ONDERDONK, Eunice 4611 

Henry 1030f, 2146-o 

OSBORN. 858 

Annie E 1468 

Asahel 874 u, 1533 

Charles 3187 

Chester C 6831 

Chloe 792 

Clark H 1867 

Cynthia A 509 

David 94 

Dolly, Mrs 792 

Eliza Ann 1681 

Gamaliel 792 

Gertrude 6529 

Hannah 3177aa 

Henry 8191 

Henry R 8887 

Isaac S177aa 

" 268 

ames 1655 

ane 8192 

.ane Eliza 8177aa 

l^ockwood K 3186 

Louisa 5064 

Mary 180 

Mary Emily 8188 

Melicent 1290 

Merriam 4850 

Millie, Mrs S177aa 

Nellie 8438 

Piatt 6766 

Richard (note) 16 

Salena 1217 

Selina 8177aa 

Susan V 8438 

William 3190 

William M 8189 

OSBORNE, Abigail 38 

OSGOOD, Emma 8887 

OSMER, Ellen Elizabeth 8172 

{ohn Alden 8175 
,illian Addie 8171 

Louis Ludolphy 8178 

Ludulphy P 1513 

Vivian 8174 

OSTROM, Orville H 6S89ff 

Wallace Keeler 5889ff, 6884cc 

OVERTON, Phebe 8987-o 

OVETT. Clara 656f 

OVIATT, Alfred 1819 

Betsey, Mrs 1319 

Julia 968 

Sophia : 1819 

OVITT, Charles L 28571 

Fay C 4214cc 

OWEN, Elijah 848 



No. 

PACKARD, Dora E 8963 

George A 3960 

Harry P 8961 



P 

No. 

PACKARD. Sarah Maria 1680 

Sidney M 2157 

Sperry Sidney 8962 



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No. 

PADDOCK, Albert Russell 8918 

Alice Eliza 8918 

Benjamin Perry 8916 

Charles DeLong 8910 

Edna 6818c 

Edward James 8914 

Emma , 146Sff 

Frederick Leighton 8909, 5798 

George Henry 8911 

Grace Jeannie 5818a 

Helen L 5799 

Horatio Stewart 8918 

Howard C 581 Se 

Irene A 5802 

Joseph Hill 8915 

Julia 1868 

Laura Lucetta 3906 

Laura S 5813d 

Llewellyn Walworth 8468 

Lydia 2239 

Marjoria A 5801 

Mary Stewart 3907 

Mildred L 5797 

Nathan 874g 

Ruth 5818b 

Sally 703 

Sophia Wilkus 8917 

Wilbur Stewart 5800 

William 8466c 

William Francis 3908 

William Parry, Rev 2121 

Winifred L 5796 

PAGE, Catharine L 6147 

Clara S 6148 

Francis 4492 

George 4412 

ioseph 5971 
fana E 2078 

Marian F 6149 

Roy 6647a 

Sarah E 4494 

PALMER, 308c, 926 

Arethusa, Mrs 854 

Ariet C 4878 

Charlotte 1234 

Dorinda A., Mrs 1445 

Edward 1117 

Edward M 3945x 

James 1873 

Jeremiah 1871 

Lewis 871 

Maggie A 6482 

Mary 403, 693d 

Mary E 6425 

• Myrtie S..-T.* 394 5 aa 

Nathan R 4880 

Olive M 6479 

Emma B 4881 

Francis A 871, 1872 

Frank A 2146q 

Frank Benjamin 3945s 

Gladys S 6488 

Grare H 6481 

Herbert D 5080 

Hiram 2747 

Hiram P 6424 

Orion R 6480 

Ruth 8177ee, 3177H 

R*mantha 3945v 

Samuel 874i 

Sarah Ann 4879 

Sarah S 2621 

Sojomon 2887 

Stella Mav S945bb 

Sylvester E 5079 

PANKAKE, Bettie 2466n 



No. 

PARDEE, Anna Theodosia 3667 

Betsey 1157 

Ebenezer K 3566 

Elizabeth 2241 

Isaac 1887 

Isaac Hull 1827 

Laura 1819, 2240 

Mary, Mrs 1827 

Sarah 107d, 1157 

PARISH, Artema J 4876a 

Enos F 6418 

Enos v 2781 

Hattie 4877 

{ohn H 4876 
Cinerva G 6419 

Orrin Luther 4878 

Valeria May 4877a 

PARKER, Achsah * 4544 

Alfred 4395 

Ann Landon 2148r 

Anna Matilda, Mrs 4480 

Clifford 4396 

Eliza, Mrs 1185 

Emma A 8280 

Isabel 2168 

Orrin T 2518 

William 17 

PARKHILL, Laura 1257 

Charles R 2740 

PARKILL. David 1804 

Franklin D 2741 

Lydia M 2789 

Sarah L 8742 

PARKS, Mary Elisabeth 8482 

PARLIN, 8888a 

Cutler 2087 

Marcus 8888 

PARSONS, Alfred D 6212 

Allen S 4583 

Allen Silas 2581 

Almira 2682 

Burton S 6211 

Calvin 2588 

Clara L 6208 

Cora May 6220 

Cynthia 2586 

Eddy Clinton 6217 

Eli 1278 

Eli Corydon 4564 

Emeline Hannah 2588 

Emma Eliza 4667 

Emma Gertrude 6218 

Franklin P 6214 

Grace A 6216 

Hannah, Mrs 2607 

Ira A 6209 

Jesse EH 6218 

Luther 2584 

Mahlon S 4568 

Martha 1420 

Mary A 4569 

Minerva 2587, 4582 

Newton 1 4568, 6215 

Olive 2585 

Phebe 632d 

Ravmond 6219 

R*b*cca, Mrs 1278 

William A 4565, 6210 

William E 1688 

PARTRICK, Ruth Ann 8500 



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INDEX. 



No. 
PATRICK, Lois 1688 

PATTERSON, Lillian W 8399 

PEAKE, Alice WM3 

PEARSON, Ellen 6046a 

Isabella 8018 

PEASE, Charles Leavett 8660m 

Georgianna Fee 3666a 

Leavett Wikoff 5689e 

Lucille Marie 6639d 

Martin Granville 1816a 

PECK, Adaline 1148t 

Adaline Minerva 2290e 

Alfred Augustus 1142u 

Amarellis Eveline 1142-o 

Arza Canneld 1142r 

Betsey f 3046 

Charles Vespasian 3625a 

Clara 6398 

Clarissa ...* H42p 

DeWitt 5414 

Edgar L 3197 

Edward L 1434i 

Edwin 5400, 5401 

Eli N 3605 

Elira 1474 

Eliza Minerva 2290d 

Ella Josephine 2290c 

Fannie 5398 

Florence 6417 

Franklin Keeler 2290 

Frederick 5415 

Frederick A 8210 

George Willis 1142n 

Grace May 8685 

Henry 6897 

Henry William 1142m, 2290b 

Isabel Charlotte 2290a 

John A 666h, 2290-c 

John Lyman 1142q 

Lilly Eliza *.. 5661 

Livingston 6323c 

Lois 6413 

Loraine 1882 

Lotta 5401 

Lucy Ann 1142s 

Minerva 1536 

Rachel 659, 1893 

Richard; Capt 1474 

Robert 5399 

Sally 1535 

Sarah M 1228 

Sherman 5416 

Walter 5391 

Whitman, Rev 1131 

William 1459 

William Henry 2290p 

William S 2409 

William W 1853 

PECKHAM, Arthur Leroy 6624 

Bertha 5625 

Charles W 3519 

Cora May 5626 

Cornelia E 3518 

Edward 5627 

Ella 5623 

Eva E 3366 

Frances Maria 3515 

George Brush 3517 

Ida 5628 

John D 1750 

John Donaldson 5621 

Laura Brush 5629 

Marv Lucinda 3516 

Minnie 5622 



No. 
PEDLER, Susie A 1516 

PEET, E. W 4348 

Roxana Electa 8714 

PELL, Catharine E 8036 

PELZER, Kittie J 4028 

PENFIELD, Sarah 1401 

PENNEBAKER, Ella S 5061 

William 6061 

PEPPER, Annie Frances S 8683 

PERCELLES, Lina 2906 

PERKINS, Anna 104l£ 

Daniel 1041e 

Lucy 4041e 

PERRINE, Norton 197* 

PERRY, 5881W 

Angeline 1428 

Arthur L 6102 

Betsey 468 

Colee Emmet 6103 

Earl F 3708 

Edna L 5101 

Elmer 3707 

Esther Robinson 6506c 

Floyd L 3709- 

Frederick G 5099 

George Wilbur 5100 

Josie D 3711 

Lamira 260* 

JLeonard H 8710 

Merwin 1910 

Nelson R 6199 

Oliver H 2963 

Philander L 889* 

Ralph 3713 

Ray 3713 

Royland M 6506b 

Sarah 2941 

Thomas L 6506a 

PETERS, Mary Jane 4835 

PETERSEN, Matilda A 4962a 

PHELPS, Alonzo Lyman 8216b 

Asa 2618 

Blanche B 4021i 

Burton Charles 2216c • 

Lyman 1054 

Sarah Addis 8216a 

PHILBROOK, 6526b8 

PHILLIPS, Clement E 6109 

Emma 4669 

Hannah 2137 

Nathan M 1834 

Samuel 784 

Simon 4460 

Zebulon 326 

PHIPENY. Daniel 5221s 

PICKETT, James 9 

Elizabeth 2253 

PIERCE, '. 8884 

Abby 2608 

Abram 656 



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No. 

PIERCE, Amy Horton 1288 

Anna, Mrs 656 

Catharine T , 5297 

Eli Gilmore 4675 

Elizabeth 1849 

Ellis Corydon 4577 

Emily M 2607 

Emily Minerva 4574 

George, Dr 8381 

Hannah, Mrs 1282 

il«rael 1282 

ennie E 655S 

oseph Vincent 4679 

iary Jane 4678 

Myrtice 2964 

Sarah 656 

Sarah Prances 2966 

William Henry 2586, 4676, 6232 

PIERSON, John B 2981 

Charles 4063 

PINCKNEY, Daniel T 1798 

Ida Laura 8767 

Ira 1958 

PINNEY, Horace 4549 

PIPER, Ellen 5046r 

PIXLEY, Amelia 3882 

PLACE, Mary 761 

PLANK, Adelia Josephine 5744 

Cora F 6745 

Samuel Wheeler 5743 

Willis Gould : 8858 

PLANT, Mary Eliza 1144 

PLATH, Joanna W 1142m 

PLATT, Adelbert Starr 8882 

Amelia , 3875 

Arvine 5767 • 

Belle 3887 

Benjamin S 2090 

David 728. 

Delia A 2088 

E. Ophelia 2087 

Eperictus 386. 

Fanny 2001 

Frank W 5759 

Grace 8890 

Harriet 1602 

Hartwin R 3879 

Henrv Burr 1601 

Horation N 3877 

Joseph 887 

Julia 888ft 

Kate E 5760 

Kittie 5756 

L. Jane 2092 

L. Juliette 2093 

L. Paschal 2086 

Leroy R 2089 

Lewis A 5738 

Martha 3880 

Mary J 3881 

Mrlvina 3876 

Minnie 3868 

Nathan E „ 2085 

Nellie A 5756 

Nelson H 2084 

Peter 997 

Polly 720 

Rufus H 2083 

Slawson M 2091 

William 8878 



No. 
PLIMPTON, Edward E 8791 

POLYJUCK, Augusta C 8164 

POMROY, Mary Ann 3489 

POND, Emily L., Mrs 736- 

Hiram W 165* 

POOLE, Benton 419a 

Frances E 1899 

POPE, Catharine 2134 

PORTER, Bernard Russell 681Sh 

Berniss Myrick 6813g 

Bertha 58131 

Edward O., Dr 4851 

Horace 6057 

Jane Todd 2337c 

Lewis C. 3920 

Nellie 4214a 

Oakley 6464 

Olive, Mrs 636 

Sarah 637 

Seth K 2593 

POST, Claudius 4027 

POTTER, Ada Althea 2402: 

Benjamin D 8185f 

Burton 6046 

Clarence 53891 

Cora Lillian 6044 

Edwin Stanton 6047 

Ernest Arnold 5889h 

Frances 6050 

Frances Garelia 2398 

Garry Eldridge 2396 

Garry Gray 1214 

George Wilson 2391 

Jerome Bonaparte 4484 

Julia 1207, 1218 

Loretta Jane i 4781 

Lydia Ann 1215 

Manville 2894 

Margaret 6048 

Mary Ann 2397 

Mary Loisa 2395 

Maud Amy 6049 

May 6045 

Miner 605, 1217 

Sally 1216 

Sarah K 2766 

Watson Gray 2392 

POTTIMER, Mary Elena 5584 

POWELL, 1088f 

Alma M 968 

Charles S 3410 

Charles W 8406 

Elisha 3188 

Isaac N 1644 

John W L 3409 
iargaret E 8407 

Polly Ann 972 

Samuel F 3408 

Sarah L 3411 

POWERS, Esco 6172 

Fanny 1289 

Lewis A 6669 

Polly, Mrs 1289 

Simeon, Rev 1289 

PRATT. 288JT 

Addison 2702 

Adelaide E 5060 



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INDEX. 



No. 

PRATT, Almira 2668 

Amanda 2680 

Amos 2882 

Asa 1291, 26U 

Betsey 1288, 1294 

Betsey % 2674 

Carl W 4779 

Celestia 2701 

Celia E 2620 

Celia Eloisa 2677 

Chester 1297 

Clara Adelia 2703 

Clara Rockwell 4761 

Cordelia 2673 

Cyrus 1298, 2654 

Cyrus E 4762 

• Daniel 2872 

David 623, 1290, 2678 

David Emery 4832 

Ebenezer 1289, 2661 

Effie Ida 2706 

Eliza 2592, 2670 

Elizabeth 4760 

Ella 4757, 4792 

Elva A 6059 

Emery Wellington 2704 

Emily 2744 

Emma J 4788 

Eunice 2666 

Fanny C 2656 

Fanny Clarissa 2589 

Flora L 4787 

George 4758 

Hannah 1293, 2683 

Harriet 2669, 4791 

Henry 4759 

Hollis 2879 

Ida R 4789 

' fames 2880 

Joel 2657 

,'ohn 4795 

, Jonathan 1292 

, ulius 1296 

•Lelia M 4786 

Louisa 2675 

Lovira 28S3 

Luanda 2655 

Maria 2676 

Maritta 4755 

Martha M 8700 

Mary Celinda 2663 

Melissa 2679 

Orrin 2665 

Pamelia 2660, 4419 

Perry H 4790 

Phebe A. Rockwell 5078 

Philemon 8881 

Rachel 1295 

Reuben 2664 

Reuben Rockwell 8699 

*Rhoda 4765 

Rhoda P 8859 

Rosilla 2681 

Rosina 2682 

Sarah 2684 

Sarah Jane 2662 

Sayre 4756 

Susan 2«67 

Sylvester E 2705 

Svlvia Maria 2653 

Theodore L 2672 

Vinril Leonard 4793 

Virginia A 4794 

Wildman 2878 

William 1274, 4796 

William Wellington 4833 

PRENTICE, Everest D 559? 



No. 
PRENTICE, John A 2093 

PRESCOTT, Joseph 4205 

Martha 6221y 

PRESSY, T. A 3885 

PRESTON, Flora A 88471 

Lois 750 

Sarah, Mrs 88471 

Washington 88471 

PRICE, Betsey 1265 

Edward 4449 

Lucia < 1182a 

Lydia 1406 

PRINDLE, Charles 1492 

Charles B 2942 

Charles Bradley 8139 

Edith M '. ... 5152s 

Gertrude E 6158c 

John 1086 

Joseph 1492, 2941 

Lillian M 5152b 

PRISDLE, Henrietta 883 

PUGSLEY, Benjamin 6566 

Ernest William 6675 

.Frank L 6673 

Harry Crosby 6674 

Ralph Elmer 6676 

PULLEN, William Chauncey 1682 

PULLING, Abram 866 

Beers s 793 

Susan Estelle 6888 

PUNDERFORD, Annie Courtney 6634 

John C 8588 

John Keeler 5635 

PURDY, 179 

Amanda 1898 

Anna .M 1784 

Edward A 4718 

Edward D 864S 

Eliza 768, 868 

Emeline 901 

Eunice N., Mrs 1898 

Grace 4720 

Jane Grant 1768 

tessamina 4719 

Nellv Augusta 4716 

Sarah Ann 1782H 

William D 1398 

Wrcxiville Louise 4717 

PURINTON, Angie G 6475 

Fred E 8478 

George A 6473 

Goldie M 6474 

James A 2874 

Tames Almaron 5064 

James Alson 6475a 

PURMART, Tulia May 6526b8 

Lewis Adnah 6586bl 

PURNART, Lewis 5888b 

PUTNAM, Amelia Ruth 8547 

Celia Elsie 4581 

Cynthia Maria 8548 

Cvnthia R 4588 

Elira 8616 

Erastus 8698 

Israel Augustus 8548 



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bcv 



No. 

PUTNAM, John 2042 

Lewis Holden 2548 

Lucinda Catharine 2546 



N<K 

PUTNAM, Mary Philena- 2545* 

Seth ;. 1259 

Seth Rockwell 2644 



Q 

No. 

QUICK, Anna H 2352 

Girard C S500 

Howard 3490 

John W 8498 



b& ::::::::::::::::: lilt 

Stebbina B IVkl 

Thaddeua C ....'.'.'.'/. 1742 



ROCKWELL 



ROCKWELL, 



No. 
687 



671a, 671b, 1334, 2431a 

A. Ferdinand . *. 2127 

A. Starr ;... 8115 

Abareen 2173 

Abbie 8827 

Abbie Elizabeth 5872; 

Abby J 6823 

Abby L 4856 

Abby Wright 8946i 

Abbyrene S 8079 

Abel Walter 2619 

Abeyriene S 2158 

Abi 1258, 1824 

Abi Augusta 2870 

Abiah 181 

Abigail 176, 191 

275, 419, 892, 1230, 1270 

Abigail, Mrs 689 

Abiiah 182, 688 

Abilene Elizabeth Victoria 1268 

Abner 178 

Abraham 51, 170, 190 

Abraro B 5986 

Achsa B 6334a 

Achsah J 2898 

Ada 5978 

Ada Birdseye 4245 

Adaline Abigail 2892 

Adaline Dorinda 504 5 u 

Adaline I , 938 

Adaline M 2108 

Adaliza T 2887 

Adelia 2864 

Adelia Belinda 8859 

Adoniram 2619; 2592; 2670 

Adrianna 5081 

Adriel B- 478* 

Albert 2114 

Albeit E *8T>4 

Albeit Ellsworth 4604 

Albeit F 367* 

Albert Francis 6465 

Albert Franklin .." 4*474 

Albert John 8852, 5742 

Albert Levi 2862 

Albert Loy 5045v 

Albert M 2527 

Albert Milo 4453 

Albert N 1896 

Albert Vincent 394 5i 

Aldis Lovell 2556 

Alexander 1029e, 8945a 

Alexander C 2621 

Alfred 682d, 1897 

Alice 2068 

Alice Adelia 2104 

Alice Bird 4350 

Alice Elizabeth 5806 

Alice H 3930a 

Alice L 8020 



No, 

ROCKWELL, Alice May 645 3 

£} m ? f 6045b 

£{££ J 2877 

Almira" P. V.V.V.V. V. '.'.*. * 7 J&Z 

AiSon Recd ::::::: si"? 

Ajonzo Neison*:::::::::::::::::^ 

Alphonso D 1004 0707 

Alphonzo P 8 ' 2131 

Alsina Jane « R oi 

Aivord p v. ...v. v. v. v. v. 2S10 

Amanda Y .*.".* * 2824 

Amanda Malvina "..V.V"* 2600 

Ambrosia ""lnvr 

Amelia ..... IqII 

Amelia A lyA 

Amelia Lucv Jjag 

Am^E'" 208 * " 9t 101 ' 5 "'' ii «'' *858 

Amy Fidelia":::::::::::::;;;--- ijii 
Ante e : f:. v/.v.v.v.v.v. **\% 

fig""* V.V.V. §874 

73g* 8829 

ASnA:::::::::::;:;;;: 82 

Ann Amelia SSJi 

ftS h £* ai *. :::::;. ::::: gg 

Anna E. . .* •. fii7« 

Anna Gilbert JJI? 

Anna Helen aYjV 2I2A 

Anna Josephine 11*1 

Anna McClevey .... s?2« 

Anna May ........... 2125 

Anna Robinson •••... «»■ 

Annie Delia ooiflf 

Annie Frances fjii 

Annie Jane ;;; 47JS 

Annie Maria liili 2029 

Anson . 1004 

Anson Byron 5050 

Anson John qmY 

^SfiSSJ AIWr :V2146a7 



Arabella 



875f 



jte M £« M K V.V.V.V, 4382 

Ard a aaa 

Arthur T V..V.V. «!!' 

Arthur L iq<*7 

«SK £::::::::::":■.:•.::•■"■•» 

Asahel ;. 1001 

Asenath Mary 4475 



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INDEX. 



No. 

ROCKWELL. Ashbel 998 

Ashbel Ruggles . . .. 2097 

Augusta 6253 

Augustus 2 8*5 

Aurclia 2493 

Azor Smith 8616 

Baker Chester 2560 

Beaumelle 4348 

Belinda 665, 1874a, 2951 

Benjamin 60, 130, 445 

641d, 541f, 641j, 1030a, 2146k 

Benjamin Albert .2102 

Benjamin Fenton 3946-o 

Beniamin 6121 

Benjamin S »•£ 

Benjamin T 6068 

Benjamin Wm 10301 

Bernice Louise fJ77 

Bertha 37*4 

Bertram SUnley 89461 

Bertrand lMfc 8761b 

Bessie C 6114 

Betsey **?» 1006, 1358 

* 1489, 1480, 9424, 2817, 5109 

Betsey L MM 

Betsy (or Elizabeth) 428 

Betty..... .7. 164, 624, 688, 658. 2070 

Billy J322 

Bingham L f«2S 

Blanche Tempea 6738 

Bouton J2J0J 

Bryan Titus 2850b 

Burt Eugene *J65 

Burt J : *783 

Burt W 64561 

C. Albert ... 228* 

Caleb 164, 636 

Calvin 1261 

Calvin Albert • • • • J*J7 

Caroline 1020, 2863, 3783 

Caroline Eva £689 

Caroline L 8107, 2164 

Caroline M £852 

Carrie 2867 

Carrie B 8791 

Carrie Belle 5698 

Carrie Gertrude 1996 

Cassius H 8679 

Catharine 482, 2626, 3726, 4640 

Catharine E 6695 

Catharine H £471 

Catharine V 2094 

Celia H 2021 

Celia Mary 4607 

Charles .. 1864, 1372 

2036, 2421, 2525, 5185 

Charles A 6067 

Charles Albin 4473 

Charles D , 1022, 2175 

Charles E 2954 

Charles Everest 8762a 

Charles F 6121 

Charles Francis 8768 

Charles Frederick 2840 

Charles Gordon 1889 

Charles H 1J£8 

Charles Harold 5176 

Charles Hayden 5045& 

Charles Henry 4240 

Charles J 6101 

Charles Jay 2966 

Charles Joseph 5694 

Charles X 298 

Charles Landon « . . .« 8786 

Charles Lee 1954 

Charles P 4668 

Charles Stephen 6169 

Charles W 6110 

Charlotte 2604, 5086 



No. 

ROCKWELL, Chauncey 880, 2036 

Chauncey A 3678 

Chester 1267 

Chloe 634, 1248, 1881, 1856, 2533 

Churchill Samuel 2598 

Clapp 632 

Clapp R 1828 

Clara 6082, 6456k 

Clara Louise 3987 

Clara V 6241 

Clarinda Ann 4467 

Clarinda Jane 2622 

Clarinda W 2537 

Clarissa 426, 967, 1848, 2602 

Clinton 2041 

Clinton 4605 

Cloyd Loy 6456t 

Clyde Catharine 6456s 

Coleman 1354 

Coleman Townsend 2969 

Cora 6982 

Cora Belle 2968a 

Cora E 6256, 6266 

Cora T 6113 

Cordelia 4673 

Cordilla 5046 

Cornelia Ann 2096 

Cornelia T 4852 

Cornelius N 9738 

Cortes C 8908 

Curtis P 4685 

Cynthia 436, 427, 1262 

Cyrus Sylvester 1267 

Daniel 164, 184, 541b 

685, 652, 1258, 4407 

Daniel Benedict 8043 

Daniel Francis 2841 

Daniel L 8960 

Daniel Starr 1835 

Daniel Townsend 6174 

Darius 2850 

Darwin Foote 1030c 

David 51, 58, 174 

359, 986, 1275, 1347, 6864c 

David C 3824 

David Henry 2081 

David J 684, 8043 

David Judd 9069 

David R 1342 

David S 931 

David Shaw •. 2098 

David William 6707 

Deborah 183 

Deborah Ann 2891 

De Lazaun 1387c 

Delos 2605., 8617, 4674, 5987 

Dennis 1276 

Diana 2595, 4571 

Diana E 2876 

Diantha 1274 

Dole Stanley 5676 

Dorcas 299, 412 

Dorinda 2845b 

Dwight 3946r 

Dwi«ht Webster 2022 

5. Adell 4654 

Earl 680 

Ebenezer 195, 541c 

Ebeneier P 4691 

Edgar G 3822 

Edear Sweet 5691 

Edith Adeline 8734 

Edith Antoinette 5041 

Edmund 8761a 

Edna Maria 5046c 

Edna Sherman 5826 

Edson Bradley 3781 

Edward 1888, 1896, 8741, 6821 

Edward B 8900 



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lxvii 



No. 

ROCKWELL, Edward Brewer 3894 j 

Edward Cheney 2686 

Edward D 8671 

Edward Henry 8860 

Edward Hill 4860 

Edward P 4781 

Edward S 2188 

Edward Stephen 1080k 

Edward William 2146r, 3945cc 

Edwin 1882, 2432, 2965 

Edwin Fitch 5038 

Edwin J 6873 

Edwin Lewu 6043 

Eme E 4727 

Electa 2494 

Eleanor. .... . .".'. . 149/ lYl, ' 1220» 8740 

Eleanor Abbott 4385 

Eleanor E 4373 

Electa A 2872 

Electra Maria 6154 

Eli 448, 1261, 1876 

Eli Frank 2508 

Eli Parson 2599 

Sja» •• 1280, 2656 

EHaa B 2787 

S? as f""U 2fl70 

Elias Lassell 1279 

EHaa S 883 

EHhu 208f 

Elijah 61, 168 

Eliiah Alvord 2688 

Eliphal 1108 

Eksha 8689, 2666, 4693 

Elithial Virginia 2894 

Egud 1381 

Efiza 1080a, 1229, 1378, 2074 

Eliza Ann 8886, 4476 

Eliza Ann Ballard 2607 

Eliza Belinda 1386 

Eliza D...* 2146e 

Eliza Selina 939 

Elizabeth 162, 173 

196, 3077, 2103. 4595 

Elizabeth A 4858 

Elizabeth Ann 4465, 4464 

Elizabeth B 4638 

Elizabeth F 2146a5 

Elizabeth Fisher 2146a4 

Ella 3826 

Ella Adelia 2662 

Ella Delpline 1892 

Ella E 4653 

Ella Lavinia 3861 

EUa Lovinia 8851 

Ella May 2033 

Ellen 4118 

Elling 628 

Elmina R 2734 

Elson Kincaid 2744 

Elvira 2612, 6400 

Elvira Frances 4849 

Emeline 2161 

Emilie Love 3747 

Emily 970, 991, 2827, 2866 

Emily E 2876 

Emma 1894, 2042, 2858 

Emma Augusta 2643 

Emma E 2966 

Emma G 5700 

Emma Gertrude 2032 

Emma T 4667 

Emma Louise 6085 

Emma P 2649 

Emmer K 8946ee 

Emmet 1898 

Enos 642, 2885 

Ensign David 3, 92 

Ernest 2987e, 8988 

Ernestine 4381 



No. 

ROCKWELL, Estella 6038 

Esther 194, 442 

1231, 1387i, 1431, 2823, 6364b 

Esther, Mrs, 608 

Esther Ann 4688 

Ettie J 2026 

Ettie May 5875 

Eunice 410, 649 

890, 1882, 2845a, 5088 

Eva 2119 

Eva Ada 4446 

Hva Josephine 5739 

Eva l*avinia 3854 

Eva May 4880 

Evans 2967 

Eveline Berenger 2558a 

Evelyn Enola 6676 

Ezra 407, 450, 877 

Fannie 5157 

Fannie Manila 5046e 

Fanny 433, 632b, 1277, 6108 

Fanny A 2896 

Fenton 2146i 

Fidelia P 2584 

Fitch Allen 8845 

Florence 8748, 6063 

Florence A 8896 

Florence B 8793 

Florence E 5819, 6066 

Florence Gertrude 1962 

Florence S 8894n 

Floyd Wilmot .-. 898 

Foster Havens 8729 

Frances 940, 2605, 2889 

Frances A 2110 

Frances Augusta 2101 

Frances Elizabeth 8060 

Frances j 6061 

Frances L 4785 

Frances M 2183 

Frances May 4691 

Frances Minerva 1988 

Frances Viola 4349 

Frances W 4451 

Francina 8071 

Francis 2422, 3843 

Francis A 984, 2968 

Francis M 3989 

Francis Malyaby 2565 

Francis Smith 3839 

Frank 4111, 6032, 5715, 6456h 

Frank Alvord 6332 

Frank E 6267 

Frank Eugene 8756 

Frank G 6116 

Frank H 6041 

Frank L 8670 

Frank Seward 4888 

Franklin Hard 3868 

Frederick 632c, 1836, 2845c, 6364a 

Frederick B 6102 

Frederick H 5704 

Frederick Henry 6454 

Frederick Hurd 5040 

Frederick S 4481 

Frederick Samuel 5045aa 

Freeman 2487 

Freeman E 6245 

Gamage 4675 

Garry 2910 

George 682a, 881, 938, 1375 

1966, 2067. 2117, 2428, 2480 
2846c, 2888, 2964, 8674, 3764 

George A 2106 

George Albion 2099 

George Arthur 1950 

George B 1428, 6066, 6820 

George Bateman 1891 

George Bruce 6046w 



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INDEX. 



No. 

ROCKWELL, George Byron 3835 

George C 5188, 6401 

George Clark 8757 

George D. D 976 

George Edward 8080 

George Eugene 1948 

George F 6048 

George Pairchild 8838 

George Frederick.... 8048, 6045r, 5809 

George G 4457 

George Gaylord . ...l 5171 

George H 8888, 6696 

George Horace 6698 

George Hunting, Dr 5705 

George L 3680 

George Lounsbury 8946g 

George M 5871, 6180 

George Obil 5155 

George P 8955 

George Peck 4841 

George S 8134, 8146g, 8743 

George Sigourney 3049 

George V., Dr 4848 

George W 3945g 

4470 t 4599, 4681, 6084 

George Wunderlich. . .. 5173 

Georgianna 5156 

Georgie H 3793 

Giles Gregory 8826 

Gitty Myndress 1029d 

Glycon Allen 8642 

Gould 416, 937 

Grace 4112, 5709, 6240 

Grace Bradley 8985 

Grace G 64561 

Grace W 6320 

Guy Edward 3683 

Guy Lionel JJ 71 

H. Donnell J929 

H T 1929 

H*. Lovinia 4652 

Hamlin James • • • 1?80 

Hannah. . ... .17, 59, 176, 201, 292, 437 

454, 628, 643, 891, 1245, 1278 
2434, 2600, 2594, 2607, 2821 

Hannah, Mrs 2605 

Hannah Frances 4458 

Hannah Howe 2000 

Hannah M °7f 

Hannah S 44 °* 

Harmon 2816 

Harmon De La Zaun 5045t 

S^ H //::/--.v.vv»««.mi; 

Harriet A.... J^fO 

Harriet Amelia 8024 

Harriet Atwood, Mrs 3020 

Harriet D. *1 4 «| 

Harriet Eliza. 2968 

Harriet Emeline 2588 

Harriet Emily 2604 

Harriet G 4 ™£ 

Harriet 1 48 *S 

Harriet Newell m 

Harriet Roberts *»«! 

Harry J 2 ** 

Harry H 3™* 

Harry S •«- ?uu 

Harry Thomas «»«** 

Harvey ^ 

SK5 h.v.::::::::::::::.v.v: 
VBSSrZT. :::::::::::::::" \& 

Hattie B L J™ 

Hattie D J™ 4 

Hattie Florence J"" 

Hattie Lee 1J42 

Helen * 461c 



N<K 

ROCKWELL* Helen A 6335 

Helen E 4671 

Helen Eliza 4788 

Helen Evelyn 4681 

Helen Mary 8958k 

Helen S 8058 

Helen Tryphena 2124 

Henrietta Elizabeth 2658 

Henry 197, 1887d, 8498, 8601, 8080 

Henry B 1088, 8179 

Henry C 3946c 

Henry M 444* 

Henry Nelson 5045a 

Henry P 6848 

Henry S.. 5119 

Henry Turner 3837 

Herbert M 437» 

Hervey 431 

Hewlett C 1997 

Hiram 884, 1287, 2820, 4436 

Hiram Lewis 2615 

Hittabel 1, 6, 11, 89 

Hobart Le Grand 8855 

Homer 8819, 4670 

Horace 281ft 

Horace H 4737 

Horace P 2958 

Horace W 2647 

Horation N 8868 

Howard- Benjamin 3946 

Howard E ; 3681 

Howard Howe 8909 

Hugh Monroe 5679 

Ida A 5972 

Ida Bell \. 4377 

Ida E 2135 

Ida Elnora 2025 

Ida Jane 503* 

Ina L 6466f 

Irvin A 4678 

Irvin Elmer 447* 

Isaac 135a, 541m, 645, 1447 

Isaac Keeler 383* 

Isabel 4847, 6405 

Isabell Greaves 5813 

Isabella Frances Hortense 5028 

Isadora 4250* 

Israel B 2886 

T. Calvin 4655 

J. Vincent 1938 

J. W 1434 

Jabez 67. 303, 304 

Jacob G 2605, 4753 

Jacob Grantier 2591 

James 898, 619, 859 

938, 1878, 1888, 1387, 2105 

I ames A 4680* 
ames B 6069 
ames Bothwell 2606 
ames Burnett 8146a8 
ames C 8986 
ames Dustan 2146a* 
ames Henry 6687 
ames M 8037, 8536, 6064, 6118 

Tames 4466 

Tames S 8897 

Tames V. B 4450 

Jane 181, 641e, 989, 1337a 

2146c, 8485, 9818, 2847, 4409 

Jane H 977 

Tarvis Waring 5322, 6582 

Jeanette 2848 

Teannette Osborn 4462 

Jehiel Gregory 2842 

Temima 406a 

Tennie 4712 

Jennie A 8898 

Tennie Elizabeth 5039 

Jennie L 6384b- 



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lxix 



No. 

ROCKWELL, Jennie Wright 3946h 

Jeremiah 135, 618, 1225, 2515, 4415 

Jeremiah E 2624 

Jeremiah 4465 

Jeremiah W 4469 

Jeremy 486, 1337g 

Jew* A 6065 

Je«e M 2600, 5822 

lob 136a 

Joel Lawrence 2146al 

John i, s, 4, 7, 11 

28. 61, 56, 96. 149, 168, 164 
190, 203e, 203i, 801, 617, 703 
885, 936, 1021, 1249, 1887b 
2118, 2146b, 2176, 2431, 2506 
_ . „ 2608, 2855 

^ £v. 18M » 6 * 8 * 

, [ohn Calvin. 1281, 8613, 4410t 

, [ohn Chapman 8048, 6808 

, ohn Oapp 2846 

, ohn Clinton 3859 

.[ohn E. 4589 

,[ohn Elias 2635, 2638 

, [ohn Evacton 2861 

, ohn 1 941 

,!«hn M 6701, 6466g 

,:Ohn S 2075, 5736 

, ohn Sanford 2491 

ohn T 871, 3043 

, ohn Talcott 1432 

, ohn Wallace 2492 

, ohn Wesley 936 

, ohn William 3048 

Jonah 17, 60, 208h, 4248 

, onathan 3, 15, 17, 50, 52 

68, 92, 95, 193, 359. 608, 1288 

Joseph 17, 68 

200, 208j, 340, 681, 632c 

Joseph L 4664 

Joseph M 6322 

Joseph Webster 068 

Joseph William 2436 

ifosephine 2155 
osephine A 4851 
o«ah .. 308, 304 
ulxus T 3061 

Jn«tus 1337e, 6988 

Justus Bailey 4412 

Julja 461, 2866 

Julia A 2660 

Julia Ann 2516, 2617, 4414 

Julia Penton 2146j 

Julia M 2023 

Julia Ruth 5708 

Kate Augusta 8894k 

Kate Bowers . ...T 3945s 

Kate Eliza 1951 

Katharine 3746 

Kexia 997 

Keziah 303 

Kexiah, Mrs 304 

Kittie E 4684 

L. A 2871 

Laban L 2677 

taban Lassell 1284 

Lasell 2680 

Laura 888, 1003, 1327, 2502 

Laura E 5718 

Laura T 4687 

Laura. Maria 2582 

Lavinia Ann 2623 

Leander * 1887 

Leanrfer Waitc 5678 

Leftrand 2076, 8862 

Lena Frances SI 78 

Lena H 3682 

Leon A 6258 

Leonard 2439, 8724, 6455 

Leonard J 4686 

Lester R 2078 



N<K 

ROCKWELL, Lestrena P 3865 

Letitia 2629 

L«vi 446, 2846 

Levi Clark 1007 

Levi. E 4433 

Lewis 480, 641f, 969, 1880 

Lily. May 4468 

Lizxie S 3895 

Lois C........:. 2640 

Lorama H. A. R 2641 

Loren G. 6047 

Loren H 3884 

Lorenzo A.».»..*» 6061 

Lorettia Esther 6321 

Lonnda 2529 

Louis 6638 

Louisa ...,,*, 879 

Louisa J.... 4446 

Louisa R 2559 

Louise 3982, 4676 

Louise Bella 3727 

Lovinia . . » 4416 

Loyal M... 2539 

Lucien H 4682 

Lucilla Downer 8946m 

Lucilla S 2146c 

Lucma , 629 

Lucinda 418, 1804, 4456 

Lucretia 1348 

Lucy 672, 1264, 8980, 5188 

Lucy Ann 4448 

Lucy H. 2540 

Lucy Maria 1438 

Luther 2606, 6880 

Lydia iS25, 

Lydia Emeline 2843 

Lydia L 2689 

Lydia M 203 _ 

Lyman Eddy 1931 

Madison 2869 

Malcom V 2136 

Margaret 1940 

Margaret Celeste 5045x 

Margaret E 8945c, 8945d 

Margaret Jane 5045y 

Margaret M 6252 

Maria 2845f 

Maria Allair 2146a2 

Maria Ann 1447 

Maria L 3072 

Maria Victorine 2126 

Mariam 2884 

Marie A 4715 

Mariette J 4679 

Marinda 1384 

Marion '. . . . 2181 

Marion Linsley 6045 

Mark L 4692 

Martha 296, 2580, 4411, 6977 

Martha Corinne 4702 

Martha Jane 1989 

Martha M 2785 

Martha S 4597 

Martin.... 164, 635, 640, 1029b 

Martin E 4672 

Martin L 1281, 2611, 6886 

Martin Luther 1282 

Mary 180 

192, 413, 648, 2089, 2080, 2109 

2174, 2485. 2528. 2624, 8745 

8868, 4596, 5988, 5990 

Mary, Mrs 2670 

Mary A. H 4851 

M,ry Adelia 4373 

Mary Amanda 4460 

Mary Amelia 2019 

Mary Ann 889. 975, 992 

2112, 2426, 9517, 2812, 441 S 
Mary C 4743 



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INDEX. 



No. 

ROCKWELL, Mary Cora 8858 

Mary £., Mrs 2677, 8044, 5699 

Mary Elizabeth 9648, 4247 

'4736, 5033, 6177, 6706, 6036 

Mary Ellen 4694 

Mary Emily 2020, 4588 

Mary Frances 632a, 1337f, 1887 

Mary Hester 1947, 1957 

Mary Jane 2987e 

Mary Keziah 2897 

Mary L 8828, 3945C 

Mary Laura 2095, 3894m 

Mary Lee 8762 

Mary Lorain 2541 

Mary Louisa 2959 

Mary M 6115 

Mary Maria 4449 

Mary Rebecca 2634 

Mary Shaw 8864 

Mary Sophia 4639 

Mary Stewart 212S 

Mary Susan 8479J 

Mary Winifred 8725 

Matilda 2508, 2851 

Matilda J 6254 

Matilda J., Mrs 4752 

Matthew 443 

Maud Lavinia 5787 

Maud Lillian 8945gg 

May Belle 8675 

May Eva 6040 

May Lavinia 5740 

Mehetabel 185, 627 

Melissa A 604 5q 

Melville H 4590 

Melvin 994 

Melvin C 6702 

Mildred 6062 

Millicent 480 

Millie A 5186 

Milo S 2528 

Minerva 2040 

Minerva Thoburn 8728 

Minnie 5820 

Minnie A 6043 

Minott Oscar 5045s 

Mitchell M 6975 

Mollie 2605 

Molly 541a 

Molly E 6055 

Morgan 4486 

Morris Hopper 1948 

Moses 1250, 2501 

Myra 2628, 6456i 

Myron 1285 

Myron Adriel 2645 

Myron Clark 47S0 

Nancy 556q, 1259, 2596 

Nancy Ann 4472 

Nancy E 4693 

Nancy Jane 2644, 4600, 4752 

Nathan 132, 135a 

Nathan Hull 541g 

Nathan Lounsbury 8946a, 5803 

Nathan Othni 6045d 

Nehemiah 54lf 

Nellv 4482, 6037 

Nellie Grace 3915-ld 

Nellie M 5717 

Nellie May 6333 

Nellie W 3676 

Niram 1308 

Niram W 1273 

Noah 17, 62, 203i 

Nora Locke 30t?k 

Nora M 1319 

Norman 8072, 2518, 4408 

Normand LeGrand 3835a 

Norman Percival 6583 



No. 

ROCKWELL, Obil 164, 638, 652 

Omar 267T 

Omar Ortogrul 2620 

Orange 2890 

Oril A 3153 

Oril Amelia 8046 

Orlando John 6175 

Orlando William 2Cii 

Orrin 2071 

Orson "■ 266 

Orthna 2860 

Oscar B 2129 

Oscar Hinman 2651 

Oscar N 2904 

Otto C>086 

Parish V 2522 

Patience B 2497 

Patty 54llc 

Paul Rodney 6466r 

Pauline Seeley 2908 

Percelles Nichols 5120 

Percy 2177 

Permelia 424 

Phebe 199, 294, 406, 632 

791, 987, 1019, 1076, 1269, 4251 

Phebe A 2869 

Phebe Ann 2088 

Phebe Jane 2963 

Phebe Minerva 928 

Phebe 4656 

Philander 1826 

Philander Wright 2681 

Philo 444, :»90 

Phineas Lounsbury 8946 j, 5804 

Pierre Lessie 5874 

Polly 421, 1323, 1429, 1480 

Polly, Mrs 2656 

Polly Maria 3045 

Priscilla Augusta 2124 

Prudence 887 

8uincy R 4462 
achel 166, 621, 1002. 1235, 2106 

Rachel Allair 8946b, 3946c 

Ralph 2850a 

Ralph Emmon 5187 

Ransom W 1986 

Raymond 30f6n 

Rebecca 179, 408 

1247. 1356, 2499, 2627 

Rebecca Dwight 8945q 

Reuben 611, 626, 641 

1265, 1307, 1363, 2496, 2554 

Reuben D 2736 

Reuben F 2488 

Reuben H 6244 

Reuben Lynn 4530 

Richard M 4598 

Richard W 1849 

Robert E 4603 

Robert M 8899 

Robert N 1980 

Robert Newton 1929 

Robert R 6248 

Robert W 8988 

Roberta 8723 

Rosanna 5979 

Rose S 604* 

Rosctta D 4602 

Roswell Betts 2844 

Roy Clifton 6678 

Roy Kendrick 4529 

Rov V 6466m 

Rubie 6172 

Ruby Ann ._ 2867 

Rufus 1844 

Rufus Clarence 2638 

Rufus Edwin 978 

Rufus G 4701 

Rufus Mead 1285 



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No. 

ROCKWELL, Rufus S 4696 

Rufus T 2005 

Rufus Townsend 1357 

Ruggles Starr 8866 

Runa, Capt 671 

Ruth 164, 291, 203 

420, 485, 687, 886, 1337h 

Ruth Theodosia Keelcr 3840 

S. A 2606 

&adic M 6110 

Sally 625, 653, 876, 088, 1020c 

1020f, 1252, 1806, 2814, 2822 

Sally Ann Martha 1030m 

Samantha 1305 

Samantha Elizabeth 2507 

Samuel 488, 430, 622, 086 

1284, 1887ff, 1600, 2488, 2606 

Samuel A 2631 

Samuel Alonzo 622, 2606 

Samuel B 4734 

Samuel C 4601 

Samuel D 1481, 5321 

Samuel Darling 1434 

Samuel Laurence 1020h 

Samuel Marvin 2846d 

Samuel S 8047 

Sanford Coley 2052 

Sarah 4, 64 

160, 200, 423, 441, 541f, 676 

1220, 1886, 2507, 2625, 2852 
8672, 4240, 4406, 5081 

Sarah, Mrs 2987e 

Sarah Ann 1600, 2428, 2880 

Sarah Elizabeth 8046d, 4280, 6037 

Sarah Fenton , 2146b 

Sarah Prances 3730 

Sarah H 074 

Sarah T 2082 

Sarah L. - 1000 

Sarah Ludlla 2146q 

Sarah M 202, 2053, 4450 

Sarah Maria 1864, 2060 

Sarah Matilda 1388 

Sarah Minerva 1028, 4468 

Sarah S 2535 

Satie May 3946ft 

Sayer Henry 6381 

Seeley 1014 

Seth R 6703 

Seymour 689 

Sheldon N 4765 

Sheldon Norton 2637 

Sherburn 3766 

Sibyl E 1 4666 

Sidney Durrell 2011 

Sidney Jerome 8046n 

Silas 164, 167, 638, 1264, 2681 

Silas S 4483 

Silas Terry 4592 

Simeon 17, 61 

Simeon S 617, 2490 

Simon P 4589a 

Smith 1846 

Sophia 878. 2953 

Sperry 1016, 2111 

Starr 4252 

Starr A. 2100 

Stella B 3677 

Stephen 184, 440. 617c, 641i, 6'0 

lOSOg, 2146a, 2961, 2087e, 5120 

Stephen Benjamin 2146a6, 3946c 

Stephen L. 2064 

Susan 21464 2818 

Susan E 2065 

Susan Minerva 1946 

Susan N 646 

Susanna R97R 

Susanna Ena M 6971 



No. 

ROCKWELL, Susie May 8788 

Sylvester B 2489 

Sylvia Maria 2601 

Jhaddeus 800, 411, 428 

Thankful 296 

Theodore Dwight . »^ 8946p 

Theodore Frelinghuysen 2746 

Theodore P 4606 

Theodosia 449 

Theresa 6089 

Theron B .* 8780 

Theron C 1985 

Thomas 16, 55, 177, 297, 800, 90% 

400, 424, 641f, 5411, 644, 1080 

Thomas B 83* 

Thomas Burr, Rev 867f, 080 

Thomas Fitch 2837 

Thomas H ". 416 

Thomas Hawley 1058 

Thomas Kingman 2146s 

Thomas Melville 6044 



Thomas A 5693 

Timothy ,.. 620, 1271, 1277 

Trobndge 008 



Truman 1802, 8505 

Tucy Mabel 6466q 

Valeria . .. 2618 

Van 6680 

Verna B 5828 

Victor Elliott 4417 

Victoria 2118, 8154 

Virgil 6674 

Virginia Elizabeth 8750 

Wallace 4874 

Wallace H 2180 

Walter 8758, 4604 

Walter Charles 6456p 

Walter G 4878 

Walter Shupe 5045* 

Warren Allen : 2646 

Watson B 654, 8048 

Watson Brewster 1886 

Wilbur F 1032 

Wilbur G 4688 

Wildman Niram 2878 

Willard H 4677 

William 108, 

417, 541h, 608, 612, 676, 1080b, 
1236, 2146b, 2006, 5874 

William Archbold 4851a 

William B 2180, 6100 

William D 6111 

William Edson 6051 

William F 4528, 6064 

William Francis 1956 

William Frederick 6084 

William Gregory 4246 

William H 5697 6058 

William Harrison 2590 

William Henderson 3825 

William Henry 1890, 

2427, 2429, 4871, 4461 

William T 6985 

William Lester 8857 

William Locke 3945h 

William Lorenzo 8826 

William Noble 88941 

William S 920, 8078 

William W 5080 

William Westlake 1944 

William Wright 971 

Willis E. 4608 

Willi* N. .7 4669 

Wilson Hunt ...., 2.864 

Winthrop Edward 5806 

Wrexvilfe Eliza 4696 

Zeri Q94 



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INDEX. 



No. 

RACK An i248h 

Charles Keeler 2466a 

Frederick Alvin 2466e 

Herbert B... 2466f 

Laura- Amanda 2466b 

Mattie Elizabeth 2466d 

Sadie St. John 2466g 

Samuel David 2466c 

RACOBS, Eleanor 6057 

RANDALL, Alice 6425 

Anna 704 

Ellen 8201 

Jane 4028b 

Martha 8207 

Pbebe, Widow 1269 

RANDOLPH, Florence 4000 

G. W. F., Mrs 1084 

George 2507 

George W. F 2197 

RANSOM, Harvey Law 6552 

John F 6271 

Katharine D 6550 

Marguerite DeForest 6551 

RARICK, Sarah 4482 

RAY, Lydis Adalhic 1748 

RAYMOND, Amasa Church 2450 

Ann A .7 2237a 

Clara Amelia 6230 

Daniel Alanson 4269 

Edward 974 

Ella M 5389-00 

Ernest Albert 4271 

Fanny C 2287b 

Frank Otto 4270 

George 3088 

Harriet Ann 2999 

Harriet Cornelia 2448 

Harriet Ophelia 4267 

Howard 6959 

John Wealey 2446 
faria 1684 

Mary 2449 

Mary B 1436i 

Mary Caroline 4266 

Mary Catharine 3000 

May Delia 606 

Morton L 4898 

Nancy 808 

Nehemiah Smith ..: 2447 

Orville 1239 

Rebecca 224 

Ruth 805 

Ruth J 8124 

Sally 218 

Sally Ann 1526a 

Silas Carter 4268 

Waite 800 

REA. 8107 

READ, Frederick W 2745 

Nancy 1408 

REDDING, Loyal 1041 

Loyal, Mra 1034 

REDFIELD, Marietta E 926 



JVow 

REED. Addie 4756 

Alice 3497 

Arthur 6664 

Dayton Dariua 3170 

George M 6664a 

Joseph C 2278, 2281 

Josephine 6068, 6059 

Justin 6059 

Paul 1 6668 

Plimpton R 6057 

Rose 6390 

Sarah 4183 

Sarah Elizabeth 8548 

William McClure 4444 

REISH, Ann 470* 

REMER, Nettie 4470 

Warren D 5832 

REMINGTON, Louisa 1884 

Minnie 5226 

RENSHAW, Sarah 6324 

REPAS, Emma 2368 

RESCO, John 16 

Mary 404 

Sarah 16 

RESSEGUIE, Elixa 1542 

Lewis 1543 

Margaret 114, 184 

RESSEQU1E, Abijah 469 

Alexander 705 

Betsey 550 

Jacob 550 

Joseph 545 

Margaret, Mrs 545 

REYNOLDS, 4939a 

Alice 874c 

Ann 1311 

Ann, Mrs 1311 

Augustus C 2848 

Benjamin 880, 2768 

Bertha Mary 4*40 

Carlton F 4988 

Caroline 84791 

Charles Seymour 4989 

Clark 1811 

Cora Almstead 3808 

Edwin 3097 

Edwin Rodney 4989 

Eli 874-o 

Floyd 1870a 

Francis Lobdell 6632b 

Franklin Samuel 8654b 

George W 2006 

Gilbert M 8150 

Hack 1870b 

Harold Cady 6684 

Harrison 874e 

Hattie L 6228e 

Helen 2059 

Hiram 8741, 1870d 

Horace 874k 

Irving Wood 3802 

Tames Clifford 5672e 

Tames Thomas 3854a 

Laura 874b 

Lyman 874m 

M. Percy 3150 

Mary 810, 874d, 1855 



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lxxiii 



No. 

REYNOLDS, Mary, Mrs 8160 

Mary Brown 5672c 

Mary Jane 874p 

Mathilda 874a 

Melinda 1811 

Melinda Sabastiha ...... . 4941 

Mortimer Carlton 5866 

Paun Maxwell 6866 

Ralph Keeler 6367 

Reuben Benjamin 4941 

Rodney Carlton 2768 

Rufus 6672d 

Sally Ann i 874n 

Samuel 874q 

Sarah 8149 

Sarah Ann 1821 

Theodore 8662, 6672a 

Udilla 2666 

Walter 5672b 

William ." 6672b 

RHICARD. 2788 

RHOADS, Almond 2046 

Anna 986 

RICE, Arethuaa ♦.. 864 

Cora Helen 5888 

Edith Estelle 5882 

Evelyn Belle 5334 

John T 8069 
lary 1961 

Netty Mabel 53 SI 

Sally 163 

RICH, Olive 1288 

RICHARDS, Anton 2224 

Catharine 2226 

Edward 2221 

George 2223 

Lyman 1877, 2220 

Nettie Adelia 4828 

Phebe E 2225 

Ruth 841 

Sally 2222 

Uriah 1067 

RICHARDSON, 2664 

Alice E j, 4999 

Anna 1188 

Anna Loretta 6390 

Carleton E 4998 

Charles Edward 4838 

Clara Belle 6391 

Clifton P 6886 

Dwight N 6889 

Eliiah K 2717 

Elliott Eaton 4887 

Emily C 4995 

Ethe! S. B 5002 

Evelyn Kirkham 4839 

Ezra Martin 4885 

Frances Adelaide 4836 

Francis Ezra 6888 

Frederick * 2795 

Frederick H 4996 

Grace Elisabeth 6887 

Harriet D 8207 

Henrietta J 4997 

Jasper Florain 4834 

O. G 5001 

Olive Lorette i 6392 

Sidney 4560 

W. W 6000 

Willi* L 4994 

RICHMOND, Betsey 1319 



No. 

RICKERT, Bessie Pearl 6298. 

Ellen Elsie 6297 

Ethel 6299 

George W 4650 

RICKEY, Mary 854 

RIDELL, Archibald 2540 

Frank Rockwell 4518 

Thompson B 4614 

William B 4616 

RIDER, Charles 5282 

Ella Lockwood 5229 

Helen Olivia 6680 

Katie Brown 6281 

Mary Elizabeth Adelia 5284 

Sarah Frances Eliza 6233 

William Harvey 6280 

William J 2992 

RIEGLE, Henry S 6718 

RIGGS, Cyrus 1085 

Daniel 542 

Elizabeth 186 

Esther 170, 190, 644, 1084 

Experience, Mrs 794 

Tames 545, 1082 

>hn W 1088 

. onathan 548 

oseph 114 

osiah 188, 794 

ulia 1081 

!>wis 1087 

Martha 1086 

Martin 1088 

Miles 52, 92, 114, 170, 188, 794, 812 

Polly 187 

Prudence 189 

Sarah 185 

William F 1085 



inny 
George W. . 

Helen 

John H.... 



2987s 
5824 
8050 



RILEY, Alice 1000 

Elizabeth 2525 

RITCH, Anna Maria ! 8505 

Charles 8508 

George L 8504 

Tohn W 8601 

Lewis 1748 

Walter 8608 

RITTER, Catharine 1676 

Gilbert 754 

Mary 1676 

Sarah 1674 

ROBBINS, William H 40281 

ROBERTS, Asa P 2694 

Asahel B 1008 

Betsev Viola 2697 

Carroll M 3800 

David P 2691 

Emily A 8002 

George R 2006 

Hannah 2686 

Henry H 977 

Isabel 2694 

Jesse 1296, 1297 

Tulius P 2687 

Lyman C 2690 

Mariette 2698 



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INDEX. 



No. 

ROBERTS, Mary, Mrs 1296, 1297 

Mary A 2003 

Mary Jane 2692 

Mehetabel 2686 

Milton H 2001 

Nancy 1297 

Rachel 2696 

Rebecca 1296 

Ruth 2695 

Valeria 2698 

Walter 2688 

William 1294, 2489 

Willie H... 2004 

ROBINS, 6228-0 

ROBINSON, 6829 

Beverly 682 

Darwin E 4291 

Elizabeth Martin 1248a 

Emeline 1985 

Emily Theresa 2450 

Hannah 1077 

Terusha K 2421 

Mary 5593 

Sophia 2488 

Thomas 2184 

ROB I SON, Alice 58241 

Altha E., Mrs 5889r 

Florence 6824m 

George Francis 6389r 

Gertrude Selina 5824i 

John J 5389r 
ohn Keeler 5889r, 5824h 
fary Altha 5824j 

Walter Emmet 5824k 

ROBJOHN, Adalina A 1938 

ROFF, Benjamin 3895 

RODGERS, Ada Celinda 6274 

Fanny M 1648 

Frances C 6278 

Frank 4214i 

Ida Elizabeth 6275 

Nancy J 6276 

William W., Dr 4630 

Sarah A 8850 

ROGERS, Anna 5221 

Anna Amelia 6537 

Augustus B 5260 

Ellen G. 2142 

Hannah 385 

Isaac Brownson 6259 

Jacob M 5060 

Tames Augustus 5261 

Jane 1192 

John A 3012 

Martha Alice 6536 

Mary Amelia 5262 

Mary Elizabeth 5263, 6534 

Maud 6470 

Sarah Benedict 6535 

ROSCOE, Sarah Ann 1495 

ROSE, Alice 2284 

Deziah 4609 

Tames H 1091a 

tane E 4609 

Tane Elizabeth 4610 

tohn 2247c 

Tohn C 2593 

Mary Ann 2247d 

Myron 2247a 

Parker W 2542 

Sabina 2247b 



No. 
ROSENBERGER, Jane E 2770 

ROSS, 2680 

C. S '. 6426 

Emma A. 4664 

Franlde 4675 

Malcome 5048 

Olka R. * 6648g 

Russel Jesse 2697 

Roby 1267 

Thomas, Dr 85471 

ROTH, Walter M 6695 

ROWE, Elizabeth Starkie 1266 

ROWLAND, NeUie L 2857g 

ROWLEY, Rhoda 1812 

Roxana 1309 

ROYLSTON, Clarence Edgar 6416 . 

ROYSTON, Samuel W. . . . '. 4872 

RUBY. Charles 5431 

Eli 8215- 

RUBYOR, Anson Burlingame 4091 

Arthur Hoyt 4089 

Catharine Eveline 4087 

Erne May 4088 

Sidney White 4090 

Telisto 2265 

RUDE, Mary Jane 2036 

RUGG, Ann Amelia 1732m 

RUGGLES, Almond Delos 2216e 

Bernard 40211 

Carroll 4021k 

Charles Edward 2216d 

Cora Artemecia 2216£ 

Effie Montrose 2216n 

Goldie 4021m 

Hattie Julia 22161 

Huldah 189 

- Ida May 2216k 

Lauretta T 2216h 

Lewis Spencer ....^ 2216i 

Lucretia Eveline 2216j 

Mary D. 4021j 

Moses 1057 

Sophronia 2216g 

Walter R. B. H 2216m 

RUMSEY, Ella 6522 

Homer L 5221 

Luccy 2984 

Salina 29871 

Sarah E 5221a 

Stephen 29871 

William 6521 

RUNDELL, Arthur L 4768 

Clayton 6358 

D. Wilmott 4771 

Ernest Berrene 6360 

Fanny Clarissa 4769 

Isaac 2658 

Tefferson B 2658, 4772 

Mary Ann 4770 

Phileta 2698 

William Fay 6359 

RUNPLE. Allen 1868 

Elizabeth 3532 

Emeline 8629 



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lxxv 



No. 

RUNDLE, Esther 1494 

Exra 1494 

Henry 1769 

Irma Maude 4210 

iames E. 2356 
ulia 4182 
iary Amelia 8531 

Sally, Mrs 1494 

Sarah 803 

RUNYON, David 3443 

Mary L 2360 

Minnie 5580 

Priscilla, Mrs 679, 2860 

RUSCO, Darius 1870i 

RUSSELL, Alice Cordelia 5876 

Alice L. 4032 

Amanda 1813a 

Benjamin 556a 

Catharine 1024 

Edmund 8479i 

Harriet Eudora 8479i 

Jernsha 1397 

John H 1818a 

John Lewis 8479i 

John Stanley 8479i 

Josephine 8479e 

Mabel Evalena 8479i 

Mary B.. Mrs 3479i 

Mary Louise 1468x 

Wilbur 4249 

RUSK, Bernice 6093 

RYAN, Peter N 2895 

Manna 8289 

RYDER, Abiiah 1150a 

Absalom-Page 110 

Absalom 686, 1156, 2323 

Addison 2318 

Alexander 2834 

Almanya Sanford 2310 

Amanda 2329 



No. 

RYDER, Amy 4163 

Anna Tamson 41 59 

Arthur Becker 4140 

Charles 2314, 4150 

Charles Edgar 5824zz 

Chauncey 1165, 2322 

Chauncey A 4160 

Cordelia 2819, 2320 

Cornelia 4148 

Edgar Stephen 4138 

Elcazer 1151 

Eli 2828a, 2829a 

Elizabeth 2325, 4164 

Ellen A 4143 

Elliott 4145 

Emily 2828, 4156 

Emma 2335 

Frank Harder 5827 

Frank Pierce 4139 

Frederick Myers 5826 

George Delaney 5828 

Gilbert Livingston 2887, 4168 

Grace L 4167 

Harvey S 4144 

Hattic May 4149 

Helen 2326 

Helen E 4166 

Henry K 4169 

Henry Livingston 2386 

Howard 4147 

Jerome 4155 

John 586, 1154, 2317, 2324 

John Page 110 

John Absalom 2333, 4165 

Lucy Ann 2313 

Margaret Diantha 4161 

Marv Emma 4146, 4162 

Perry D 4141 

Robert Beahm RR** 

Rufus 2327 

Samuel 1152, 2315 

Sanford E 4142 

Sarah Paw, Mrs 110 

Seth Boughton 2832 

Tamson 2812, 2321, 2880 

Uriah 1153, 2331 



S 



No. 
SAGE, Charlotte A 1016 

SAKEMILLER, Elnora 5045v 

SALISBURY, 8889 

SALLS, Hannah 2868 

SALOMON, Lyman 1180 

SALTER, Fanny 1142y 

SAMPSON, 6897 

Sally 626 

SANFORD, Alvin P 1610 

Anna 710 

Beulah M 6926 

Capt 730 

Eliaa B 1441 

Ella Burr 8528 

George 656y, 1139n 

Harrison E 4352* 

Henrietta 1139n 

Justin H 8328 

Lena H 8327 

Lydia 867d 



No. 

SANFORD, R 209 

Rebecca 8208 

Una R 6926 

SARGEANT, Charles Sheldon 3997 

Florence Clarinda 581 8e 

Francis Keeler 6818d 

Frank S 5818b 

Stella Lorain 5818c 

SARGERET, Bradley 4060 

Bradley V 4960 

SAVAGE, A. G l.w 

Emma, Mrs 347'l 

Theodosia Moore 8471 

William 8471 

SAWYER, Daniel L 5502 

Elmer E .S711 

Emeline 1265 

Hiram 4418 

SAXTON, Clara Adell «302 

Frank 4652 

George 2605, 6301 

Henry 2605, »*& 



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INDEX. 



No. 

SAXTON, Ruby H 6803 

Willis 6304 

SAYLES, Albert P 4491 

Edward R 61 *4 

Henry F 6145 

Marshall F 4406 

Sarah Rockwell OHO 

SAYRE, Elisabeth 8634 

SCHAUBAEKER, Christiana 4408 

SCHERMERHORN, Andrew .... 31?7kk 

Andrew J 5389uu, 582 4 rr 

Florence A 6824q'( 

George S 5*24nn 

Jacob 268 
acob Andrew 8177kk 
label 582 4 pp 

Maggie 5380ww 

Mary E 3914 

Maud E 5824-oo 

Susan, Mrs 8177kk 

Susie A 5389w 

SCHERZER, Albert 3081 

SCHIERHOLZ, Herman 3894w 

SCHOOLCRAFT, Hannah 1316 

SCOFIEU), Alfred 902 

Daniel 566 

Delia A 5808 

Delia Armor 2146al 

Edwin 8105a 

George 904 

Lois Hannah 2926 

Violetta 1495 

Warren 426 

William 1679 

SCOTT, Albert 5470 

Bennett 5081 

Hannah, Mrs 168 

Henry C 4495 

James, Capt 163, 891i 

Martha 672 

Mary 804, 1191 

Rosa 5469 

Sarah 66, 262, 891i 

Smith 612c 

Thomas 3259, 8444 

William 5468 

SCOVEL, Widow 619 

Ahira 2572 

Clara Eva 6205 

Ezra A 4558 

Frederick E 6206 

Harriet E 4559 

Lois T 2569 

SCUTT, Ann Maria 2069 

SEAL, James 1333 

SEARING, Mary Luella 4478 

SEARLES, Alma L 2028 

Lewis E 2027 

SEARLS. Aubrey N 3811 

Carrie 3807 

Clarence W 3808 

Cora A 3809 

Harley L 3810 



No. 

SEARLS, Harry A 8812 

Henry 970 

William 970 

SEARS, Bradley 1170 

Chauncey 2868 

David 1176 

Dclos A 1801 

George Beldin 1384 

SECOR, George 3516 

Grace Adelaide 6619 

SEED, George W 8288 

SEELEY, Aaron 1146 

Carrie E 3177i 

Stephen 2227 

SEGER, Clarina M 1210 

SEGUR, Ella Josephine 4771 

SEIDERS, Mary 1953 

SELLECK, Benjamin 3151 

Edward Everett 5372 

Elisabeth 203da 

John Gilbert 5369 

to. Grace 6371 

Phebe, Mrs 3151 

Phebe Emma 5870 

Sturgiss 3151 

SENTION, Mark 12 

Mary 348 

Matthais 814 

Mercy 814 

Rachel, Mrs 814 

Sarah 13 

SERVIS, Ada H 8547J 

SEWARD, 8851 

SEYMOUR, Almira 921 

Catharine 1381 

Charles 1177, 5078a 

•Charles 2883b 

Clarence 6073d 

Daniel F 1880 

Edna 5073b 

Ermina 1377 

Frank 5073c 

Hannah 84 

Hawley 1686 

Tames 821 

tehiel 653 

tohn 6880 

Lewis C 1730 

Lucretia 1379 

Mary B 1878 

Marv Elisa 8896 

Matthew 2425 

Pollv 733 

Rhoda 717 

Theodosia 1179 

Thomas 290, 378 

SHACKELTON, Fred 8691 

SHANNON, Susan 8202 

SHAPTFY. Aniline 961 

Elvina 2184 

SHARP, William 2504 



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lxxvii. 



No. 
SHATNEY, Michael 5071 

SHATTUCK, Abigail ; 500a 

SHAW, Allen D 5794 

Betsey 996 

Caty 998 

Edward I, 4970 

Ella J 8894v 

Florence Madeline 3894w 

Frances Elizabeth 8894y 

George Valentine 8894z 

James Henry 8894x 

James Rockwell 5791 

Jane A 2105 

Petre 1975 

Samuel Charles 8894zz 

Samuel S. V 6790 

S. Valentine ." 2104 

SHELDON, Elizabeth 2497 

Elizabeth Crook 2714 

Fannie 6221q 

George Chester 4844 

Horace W 2789 

Olive Elizabeth 4843 

SHEPARD, Alexander 1526k 

Frances Rockwell 6746 

Hazel Estelle 6963 

Lulu E 5962 

Luman 2512 

Margaret 1526k 

Margaret, Mrs 1626k 

Mary Ann, Mrs 1224 

Mary Witter 1224 

Oliver W 8861 

Orson Luman 4894 

Rufus C 1224 

SHERMAN. 829 

Allen P 4686 

Caphira, Mrs 1484 

Jacob 1434 

Manila 2860 

Oril Janes 1484 

William 2588 

SHERWOOD, 1762 

Daniel 248 

Harriet 1636 

Jessie 3131d 

John 1088d 

Mary 1547 

Ruth 1828 

SH1BLEY, Emily J 5389uu 

SHIPMAN, Elizabeth J 8357 

SHIRLEY, Calvin 2112 

SHOTWELL. Anna F 1830 

Clayton Moore 4195 

DeForeat Norris 4196 

Norman E 2349, 4198 

Roger Ward 4197 

SHRADER. Charles B 4787 

Lelia F 6365 

Mary H 6866 

SHREVE, Mary C 5389dd 

SHXJFELT, Margaret 6889hh 

SHUMWAY, Dr 442 

SHXJRTLEFF, Amasa 551 



No. 

SILLIMAN, Alma M. 5368g 

Arthur I* 586Si 

Bertha L 8177c 

Burr G 5868h 

Edgar G 8177b 

Esther Boughton 6499 

Flora L 8177a 

George 1468f 

Huldah 861 

Justus M 6189 

Justus Mitchell, Jr 6501 

Thomas Boughton 6500 

SIMMONS, Owen 1041j 

SIMON, Caroline 1214 

SIMONS, Mary Ann 2049 

SIMONSON, Elizabeth 1745 

SIMPSON, Alexander 6403 

Eliza E 1307 

Helen 6404 

Josephine 6402 

William R 4849 

William Rockwell 6404a 

SINCLAIR, Abbie Elizabeth 2857t 

Abigail •. 699f 

Clinton Jewel 2357r 

Edward Frank 2857n 

Edward Shattuck 2357q 

George Arthur 2857-o 

George B 1182d 

Hammond Whitlock 2857u 

James Wayland 8357m 

John Keeler 2857p 

Willie Spencer 2857s 

Winifred 6067 

SKEEL, Dr. Frank D 2003 

SKEELS, Abigail 780 

Henry Roberts 8801 

SKELLENGER, Mrs. (Widow) 620 

Phebe Ann 2960 

SKIDMORE, Harriet 1537 

SKIFF, Fannie Ruth 86651 

George, Dr 5224 

George Edmond 8666n 

Laura Barker 3665m 

SKILLMAN, Catharine 823 

SLAGHT, Sarah 5884 

SLATE, Sophrona 2086 

SLATER, Charles 1907 

Thomas Arthur 8701 

SLESSOR, Sarah 612b 

SLINGLAND. Susan J 8945g 

SLOCUM. Mrs. Elizabeth 2497 

Ellen Frances 4868 

Emily Theresa 4869 

Lvman 2497 

William 2497 

William E 4370 

SLOTE, Emma Louise 6841 

Ethel Boughton 5342 

Walter 8065 



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lxxviii 



INDEX. 



No. 

SMEDLEY, Anna Mary 4859 

Charles H 2710 

Marcia Adelaide 4860 

SMILEY, Willis R , 4784 

SMITH, 101, 612 

Abigail.. 164, 195, 198, 806, 652, 2089 

Mrs. Abilene 618 

Adelia Ann 1876 

Albert Eugene 4908 

Alfred Peck 2290t 

Alice B 1139 

Alice May 8170 

Almira 1851 

Amos .' 874r 

Anna 558 

Mrs. Anna M 1724 

Anna Florine 2290q 

Arza 1485 

Atherton 1852 

Belle 1905 

Betsey 1079 

C. A 1521 

Caroline 1239 

Caroline, Mrs 3295 

Catharine 862 

Charles A 4906 

Charles Henry ...:". 4277 

Charles L 2752 

Chauncey 1113 

Mrs. Clara 1292 

Clarinda 510 

Mrs. Clementine 874r 

Daniel 1282, 2419 

Dorcas 283 

Edson 3323 

Edward 3295 

Edward Keeler 2290s 

Edward Whitney 4907 

Edwin Clark 1142s 

Effie A 8177b 

Elbert 1884 

Elias 1376 

Eliza B 2617 

Efiza T 821 

Elizabeth, 

8, 23, 35, 318, 365, 693j, 732, 1308 

Ella M 6228ii 

Emma N. 317711 

Mrs. Emaline 3177hh, 317711 

Emeline 1645 

Esther 1543a 

Fanny M 3295 

Frank Ernest 4274 

Frederick Louis 4273 

Gamaliel 2415 

George Catlin 2418 

Gilbert C 4521 

Gould - 707 

H. Allen 5265 

Hannah 862, 1337c 

Harlow M 4909 

Harold Keeler 5382 

Harriet A 4905 

Harriet Louisa 1243 

Harvey 874 

Henry 1142e, 1232, 2416 

Henry Alfred 2290v 

Henry D 2956 

Henry Hazard 2451 

Herman 1790 

Horace 3540 

Isaac 175, 619, 874a 

Isaiah 370 

Tabish 51 

Jacob 216, 317 

Tames Caspar 4279 

James H 3222 



No, 

SMITH, James Henry 2455- 

Teremian 1292 

, esse Gould 1544 

/esse P 289, 4902 

,ob *. 31* 

.ohn 874r 

, ohn B 2065- 

Joseph Cornelius 2290x 

, osephine Emily 2453 

, osiah 952 

/uliet E 3177hh 

Leonard Augustus 4275- 

Levi 1230 

Lewis Keeler 3539 

Lily Foster 5436 

Lorain Clare 5165 

Lorenzo 2283 

Lottie Maria 6158 

Lovisa 1292 

Lucius M 8177hh, 317711 

Lucy 934 

Lucy Ann 2290w, 2412 

Lydia 2365 

Mabel E 5166 

Martha 88 

Mary 1072, 1142f, 1813a 

Mary Adaline 2290r 

Mary Ann 1242 

Mary L., Mrs 1713 

Mary Louisa 2456 

Mary Louise 4903 

Mehitabel 300 

Mercy 619 

Merwin (or Marvin) 317 

Minnie J 6159 

Nehemiah 790 

Niles 1888 

Nye Lee 4904 

Oliver Benedict 6544 

Oliver Webster 4276 

Orson Herman 3541 

Otis 618 

Perry Hazard 1241, 2454, 4280 

Phebe, Mrs 1232 

Phebe Elmina 2420 

Philipine 5275 

Phineas 580- 

Polly 415, 795, 810 

Rachel 863, 867a, 1238 

Rachel Caroline . . .". 2457 

Rinaldo Augustus 2452 

Roxana 1850 

Rufus C 1029 

Ruth 37 

Sally 501 

Sally L 1009 

Samuel 37, 48, 318, 381 

Samuel A 2417 

Samuel H 1885 

Sarah 232, 1741 

Sarah, Mrs 280, 318, 707 

Sarah Alice 4490 

Sarah Esther 2413 

Sarah T 4441 

Sarah lane 4048 

Sarah * 4901 

Seth 850 

Susan 1012, 1234 

Thomas .' 283, 707. 874j 

Thomas P 556e 

Underbill M 874b 

Walter F 5435 

Walter K 867i 

Walter Keeler 1240 

Wilbur Henry 4272 

Willard 522811 

William 2414, 4108 

William A 5228bb 

William H 1512 



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INDEX. 



lxxix 



No. 

SMITH, William Joseph 2290u 

William Victor 3168 

Winifred 8169 

Zadoc 648 

SNOW, Sarah 2478, 2476a 

Wilbur J 4324 

SNYDER, Emma C 4958 

George 1945 

James „ I526e 

James P 8185j 

Julia M 1945 

Mary Frances 8185i 

Mary I, Mrs 1945 

William 6073 

SOMERS, Anna Wildman 5287 

George Farnum 5286 

Philip W 3024 

William Beard 6288 

SOULE, Lucy Frances 2290x 

SOURS, Margaret A 504** 

SOUTHWICK, Charles B 4214q 

George 2357t 

May Estelle 4214r 

SPANGLER, Gertrude M 6666 

Leora 6667 

Thomas 6070 

Winnie C 6665 

SPARKS, Martha C 1667 

SPAULDING, Allie A 4887 

Alonzo 2488 

Alonzo E f 4328 

Amitta C 4336 

Antoinette L 4335 

Augustus N 2486 

Bertha Elizabeth 4404 

Byron W 4343 

Charles A 4332 

Charles Wesley 4329 

Charles Willard 5906 

Clara 5389y 

.David Warren 1258 

Dennis 1258 

Dennis Almeron 2614 

Eda May 6907 

Edith L 4402 

Edward S 4898 

Elbert A 4345 

Eli 2510 

Elizabeth Dell 5910 

Ella 4393 

Ellen Lucina 4330 

Emily Marie 2513 

Emma Minerva 4399 

Frederick A 4331 

Gertie 6389x 

Harold E 5964 

Harriet Abi 4403 

Harriet Laurie 5913 

Harvey Daniel 5911 

Ira 1248, 2484 

Ira D 4334 

Ira Elmer 5909 

Lilliette 5908 

Lucina Sophronia 2487 

Lucv Rebecca 2512 

Mariette 2509 

Mary Adele 4400 

Mary Louisa 4333 

Matilda 2485 

Maud Estelle 5912 



No. 

SPAULDING, Mertie A 4338 

Myrta M 4401 

Rhoda 1250 

Samantha Ann 2511, 4397 

Sampson 1248, 1260, 1258 

Simeon 2474 

Temperance, Mrs 1248, 1250, 1258 

Walter L 6964a 

Warren 2488 

Warren Dennis 4405 

Warren E .' 4344 

Willard 4347 

Zora 434ft 

SPEAR. Carleton E.../ 2794 

Catharine B 4993 

David A 2792 

Elijah 1316 

Emily B 2791 

Hannah, Mrs 1316 

Hannah M 2793 

Moses 1316 

Sarah A , 2795 

Sarah L 4992 

SPENCER, Addie, Mrs 4756 

Harriet A 2857v 

Isabella 2510 

Lucy Adelaide 4824 

Mary 4176 

Webster 4634 

SPERRY, Angelina 1249 

Barton L 4320 

Belle 4325 

David 1247, 2478 

David R 432ft 

David Rockwell 2481 

Elizabeth 803 

Elizabeth B 2480 

Emma Rebecca 4823 

Guy Rockwell 4327 

Lilley 4328 

•Lucina 2486 

Lucinda 2484, 2509 

Lydia 2482 

Rebecca Matilda 2479 

Sarah G 4324 

Simeon R 4321 

SPOONER, Ada F 4820 

SPRAGUE, Charles A 4021w 

Cyrus 1888, 2061 

Eleazar 662 

Ellsworth 2216q 

Ethel A 4021x 

Eunice 1412 

Fanny 1411 

Henry 1413 

Sarah 586, 1417a, p 110 

Thomas Wildman 1416 

Wildman : 1416 

William Henry 1417 

SPRINGSTEEN, F. M 5228J 

SPRY, Minnie A 5228q 

SQUIRE, Abigail 1466 

Abraham Van Arsdale 5585 

Anna 316 

Charles Wallace 5588, 6631, 6682 

Clara Emma 5586 

Eleanor 282 

Eliza W 1085 

Frances Elizabeth 5589 

George Samuel 5587 

Lillian May 6630 



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Ixxx 



INDEX. 



No. 

SQUIRE, Lydia Louise 6591 

Mary Rebecca 8461 

May Belle 6692 

Nelson 1672, 6584 

Nelson H 6629 

Susan D 8013 

Walter Scott 6590 

William 1189 

William Clayton 6628 

William Henry 8462 

867 



ST. JOHN, 



TOH 

Addison 2871 

Ann 1197 

Arthur D 4217 

Bela 874x 

Berlin 2247-1 

Betsey 1204 

Burr N 946 

Caroline 1202 

Charles 1089, 2247 

Charles E 2384 

Chloe 1205 

Clarissa 943 

Cynthia 1206 

Darius 1198 

David 160 

Edward D 4215 

Edwin H 2373 

Ella M 2374 

Elmer E 2338 

Esther 161 

Frank D 2372 

Garland F 4218 

Georgia Bailey 4176 

Hannah 1201 

Hannah, Mrs 1218 

Hannah E 1208 

Harriet 1150 

Harrison 2246 

Henry Lewis 8479n 

Irving Samuel 4219 

, Fames 1457 

, ames R 945 

, ared N 419, 947 

fason 1207, 1218 

/esse 4220 

, oel "I 222 

ohn 944 

>hn Watson 2361 

, onathan 1089 

Cecler 2245 

Lewis E 4222 

Lotta A 2377 

Lucy Amy 3529 

Lydia Florella 2385 

Mary 22, 372i 

Mary Ann 2362 

Mary Anna 3529 

Mary Esther 4244 

Matthew 45 

Matthias 45, 388 

Maud 4216 

Nathan . . „ 161 

Polly 1196 

Rachel 388 

Reuben D 2369 

Rhoda 4- • • 384 

Rhuama, Mrs 1089 

Roxana, Mrs 3479n 

Ruth 107d 

Sally. Mrs 372i 

Samuel 1199 

Samuel Noah. Rev 3479n 

Samuel Sidney 1195, 3529 

Sarah 160, 522 

Smith 1200 

Smith G 2375 

S. Edwin 2876 

Thomas 602 



No. 

ST. JOHN, Thomas Piatt 2360 

fimothy ._ 1203 

Ward B 4228 

William 042 

William D 2370 

Willis G 2386 

Zina 603, 1218 

ST. PIERRE, Florentina 8427 

STACKHOUSE, Esther 868 

STACKPOLE, Lizzie 2290p 

STACY, Charles P 3923 

Clara A 6183 

George Abell 5814 

Hobart Abell 6813k 

STANLEY, Elizabeth 12 

STANTON. Charles E 4714 

Edward L 4718 

Norton R 4712 

Simon H 2641 

STAPLES, Aaron T 1642 

Betsey 3898 

Betsey J ~ 3392 

George 3397 

iulia A 8395 
iary J 2784 

P. K 2482 

Piatt R 2479 

Rufus 8396 

Sarah 8399 

Samuel Francis ' 3393 

William L-. 8394 

STARKWEATHER, Ella 2067 

STARR, Anna 601 

Anne 835 

Benedict 3009 

Frances 5256 

George 1408, 3007 

Kceler 834 

Lydia 2315 

Mary 3010 

Mary Ann 1220 

May 1183 

Noah 277, 837, 840 

Olive 636 

Oliver Andrews 6255 

Oliver Wildman 5294 

Peter 8008 

Rory 1895, 1408 

Samuel 836 

Sarah 883 

Sarah. Mrs 1408 

Theodore 5254 

Tryphena 446 

William 8006 

William Harvey 3029 

STARRY, Elizabeth 5045t 

STEARNS. Abilene 618 

Anna 618 

Avis 1317 

Ebenezer 618 

STEBBINS, 611 

Abigail 916 

Annette 1656 

Benjamin 214 

Charles 911 

David M 915 

Delia 914 



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1NPEX. 



Ixxxi 



No. 

STEBB1NS, K- Winchester 2096 

Elizabeth 233 

Emily 1240 

Either 245 

Fanny 912 

George Winchester 8894d 

Hannah (or Anna) 98 

Helen Augusta 3894c 

James 910 

Joanna 212 

Josiah 293 

Kate Angebelle 3894e 

Mary 1973 

Nancy 1818 

Nathan 412 

Nathan Gould 913 

Russell 909 

STEEL, Rebecca, Mrs 853 

i 
STEERE, Emma 3471 

STEINER. Estella 4394 

STEPHENS, Caroline 1178 

Katharine 955 

Sarah Jane 8554 

STEPHENSON, Mary 4023g 

STERLING, Richard H 2958b 

Thaddeus 339c 

STEVENS, Andrew 2869 

Deborah J 1866 

Lucy 8077 

Mary 1732t 

Mary Elizabeth 4023d 

Rebecca 1031 

Sally 872 

William A 2053 

STEVENSON, Matilda 577 

STEWART, 186 

Caroline 1573 

Charles T 6062 

Daniel B 1573 

Fanny. Mrs 1573 

Horatio 2120 

Tohn M 4446 

John R 2723 

Laura 058, 2121 

Murray Rockwell 6068 

William 1002 

STILES, Adeline 1200 

Lucy 1186 

STILLSON, Anan 2902 

Florence Georgianna Merchant . . 5118 

STOCKING, Anna L • •• 4*43 

Charles Corey 4947 

Ernest 4947a 

Flora May 4944 

Frank M 4942 

George Albert 4946 

Joseph E 2769 

Minnie EHra 4945 

STOKES, Alfred 8465 

Cornelia 2943 

Maria 5221x 

Thomas 3464 

STONE. — 2246, 2247 

Alanson l***" 

Alfred D 4643 

Charles Hiram 4660 



No. 

STONE, Edith Lucilla 4658 

Ezra D. 6281 

Frank D 6282 

Harriet 6313 

Helen Pauline 6315 

Hiram 2607, 4574 

Hiram D 6280 

Horace Calvin . . N . 4657 

Ida A.. 6811 

James Orator 4659 

Josephine 2904 

Leon Burt 4668 

Lydia, Mrs. . » ~ ." 1406 

Margaret Electa 3029 

Martha Ethel 6231 

Mary 8837 

Mary Emeline 8028 

Mattie Ethel 4662 

Netty Eliza 6314 

Noah 145 

Oliver ; 1406 

Sarah 616 

Sidney Eugene 4661 

William 616 

STOREY, Emma 3921 

STORMS, Leah 682 

STORRS, Isabel Madelein 5603 

Richard A 3494 

STOUT, Jane 716 

STOWE, Ida 4947 

STOVELL, Frances 8276 

Mahala B 3278 

STRAIT, Blanche Minerva 6236 

Edith 62S5 

EH Burton 4584 

Tohn G 5221a 

Lena 6526 

Leon 6525, 6526 

Mabel 6524 

Minerva, Mrs 4582 

Minnie 6234 

Newton A 4585 

Thomas Jefferson 2587 

Walter 6523 

STRANG, Ann 1080 

Henry 540 

Tames Read 5889mm 

Margaret, Mrs 541 

Phebe 540 

Willard Russell 6389mm, 6824hh 

STRANGE, Julia Ann 4664 

STRATTON, Amelia 2209 

Charles 4016 

Chester S 4015 

Claud 4017 

John 1044 

Tohn Frederick 2210 

Lillian A. 4012 

Nellie B 4018 

Rachel 2208 

Richard F 4014 

William H.. 2211 

STREET. Polly ., > 671 

William 5829 

STREETER, Cornelia R 1047 

STRONG, Nancy J 4 ?4 

Prudence m6 



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lxxxii 



INDEX. 



No. 
STUART, C. L 2367aa 

STURGES, Jane Lewis 512 

Sarah 891 

STURROCK, Margaret A 2689 

STURTEVANT, Ethan A 4348 

Fanny B 5917 

Mary B " 5918 

SUNDERLAND. George M 6249 

Isabella Catharine 6252 

Paul Ulysses 5250 

Philip Nichols 5251 

William W 3001 

William Wildman . A 5258 

SUTTON, Eliza 2928 

Pierre 1181 

SWAIN, Charlotte F 4842 

Marian Lucetta 6394 

Martha M 4841 

Nellie 6895 

Susan Jessie 6393 

William H 4840 



No. 

SWAN, Arthur Wilson 5149 

George E 2931 

Giles 1387a 

Jonathan 441 

SWARTWOUT, Louise 8289 

SWEET, Emma G 8822 

SWETTAND, Lulie 8694 

SWIFT, Bella Aurelia 6824a 

EUie Una 582 4 d 

Ernest Howard 6824f 

Georgia Ellen 5824e 

Jessie Jane 5824b 

Laura Etta 6824 

Matie Ellis 6824g 

Myron C 5889n 

Royal Ulysses 5824c 

SWING, Albert T 4861 

Elizabeth Storrs 6409 

Harold Mead 6408 

Raymond E 6410 



No. 

TABER, Adelbert. H 4622 

Lawrence M 6264 

Samuel Allan \ 8056 

TAGGART, Anna 6081 

Alexander McCool 60S0 

Helen F 6083 

iames Reed 6078 

lary 6079 

Samuel 6082 

Samuel B 4451 

William L. M 6084 

TALLECK, Elizabeth 1449 

TANNER, Abraham 4171 

Chester Corey 49S4 

Clifford Gilbert 4934 

Ella Lydia 4934 

Ervine Huntley 4934 

George Ford 4934 

Isabel Tosie 4934 

James Calkins 4934 

Rudolph James 4934 

TATER, John W 6219 

TAYLOR, 2780 

Albion Guilford 6466 

Anna 1469 

Catharine G 1588 

Charles 6172i 

Clifton L 6465 

Donald 6345 

Edith F 4637 

Emily 7 1198 

Frank 6058 

George K 4683, 6278 

Georgina A 4634 

Gertrude 4876 

Harry 5344 

Henry 3075 

I. D 1956 
. Harold 8479d 
ames H 1507 
ohn A 1042 
ohn H 8479d 



No. 

TAYLOR, Louise 1955 

Mandana 2581 

Martin L 4965 

M ar y ••• 4499 

Myron A 6277 

Olive E 4685 

Samuel T 8597 

§ ara l? •• 637, 1388 

bophia Rose 4636 

TEACHOUT, Edgar D 4214n 

TELTON, Walter W g 7 72 

TEMM, Fred s 8 07 

TEN EYCK, Elizabeth 1688 

TERHUNE, Eliza Jane 1449 

Elizabeth, Mrs 1449 

Philena 562 

Richard 1449 

TERRY, Albert E 6851 

Alice E 5850 

Clinton E 5848 

EH 4187 

Emily 4186 

Hannah E 1501 

Irene 5849 

Lucelia 4189 

Merritt 1501 

Norman 4186 

Norman J 5853 

Samuel 2841 

Susanna, Mrs 1601 

Ureta 6858 

Uriah T 4188 

TERWILLIGER, Ella F 5843 

Harmon 8981b 

Harmon G 622811 

Helen A 622811 

Mary E 6228kk 



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INDEX. 



lxxxii; 



No. 

THATCHER, Ann, Mrs 815 

Charles 8466 

Daniel 1672 

Julia 3465 

Maria 3464 

Sarah Ann 3463 

THAYER, Caroline 2716 

THOBURN, Crawford R 8722 

Elizabeth 6686b 

Isabella 6686c 

Tames Mills, Rev 1928 

Thomas Wilson 5686a 

THOMAS, Benjamin 680 

Byron 5046p 

Charles W 2640 

Clarence N 4708 

Elias 667 

Elizabeth 2090 

Ellen A 2372 

Emma G 4710 

Eunice 666x 

Frederick S 2978 

George 1028 

Isabel 2201 

Jessamina 4711 

Lewis N 8663 

Mary B., Mrs .'. 2978 

Mary Scott 2978 

Recompense 803 

Salathiel 2845b 

Sophia M 2816 

Wilson A 4709 

THOMASON, Bessie Lomac 5687c 

Claud Charles 5687b 

Dora Abbie 5687d 

Ernest Arthur 5687e 

Garland Atherton 6687a 

George B 3782 

Theodore WilHam 5987f 

THOMPSON, Bertha 6122 

Bina 2148 

Hannah 2857w 

{osiah 629 
£ate M 4028q 

Martha 4486 

Preston 991 

Smith R 4475 

Strong Benton 1320 

THORN, Arthur 5228s 

THORNBURG. Anna B 6085 

Catharine O.. 6086 

George C 6088 

Tames 6090 

Jesse 6089 

Margaret Ann 4466 

Mary 6092 

Robert 4452 

Sarah M 6087 



THORP, 
John 



1581 
263 



THURSTON, Edwin 8941 

Gould 8942 

Joseph 2144 

TIBBETTS. Arthur Livingston, Dr.. 4962a 
Martha 5047 

TICK. Charlotte 1669 

Sidney 4948 



No. 
TICKNOR, Ruth Wells 786 

TILDEN, Catharine E 2711 

Polly 1258 

TILLOTTSON, Foster 2929 

Ida 6146 

Mabel 6145 

Wilfred 5147 

TIRNEY, Elizabeth 1968 

TITUS, Delana 820 

TOBEY, Frank E 5778 

Hobart C 5776 

Joseph E 8894q 

R. Ross 6777 

TODD, Abraham H 1861, 6131 

Carrie 6127 

Charles 6129 

Daniel H *. 2921 

Deborah 1864, 2923 

Ella 6180 

George 5128 

XJeorge E 2917 

Helena 2922 

Henry Wilson 2920 

Horace Horton 2918 

Julia 2923 

Leonard B 1862 

Martin 1870g 

Mary 762, 860 

Millie 2924 

Ocelia Ida 2244 

Oliver 5132 

Ophelia 2916 

Susan M 5126 

Susan Maria 2919 

TOMLINSON, Albert D 972 

Albert E 2084 

Jane H42i 

TOMPKINS, Annie 4188 

TOOMBS, Robert 6305 

Robert, Mrs 8041 

TOUETT, Ellen 3265 

TOUNT, George L 8922 

Helen Abell .-*•... 5818j 

Robert Russell 5813i 

TOWLE, Alice Brevoort 8585 

Fannie Riker 6584 

Henry B 5323 

TOWNSEND, Abby Laura 5836 

Abijah 687 

Abraham 590 

Adele 5161 

Albert E 4192 

Alice Read 8798 

Anna 2439 

Anna Augusta ....'." 4174 

Arthur 5843 

Byron 5846 

Carrie 4198 

Carrie B 6859 

Cassie 5844 

Clarence 6831 

Clark 2342, 4194 

Daniel K 4175 

David 583 

Deborah 424 

Delia , 960 



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Ixxxiv 



INDEX. 



No. 

TOWNSEND, Ebenezer Grant 963 

Edgar 4161 

Edgar K 4101 

Edward M 2061 

Edward Mitchel 5160, 6497 

Elihu ..• 584, 585, 588 

Emily 2340 

Emma 4208, 6847 

Emma F 5833 

Erastus R 4178 

Eugene 4180 

Frances 4172 

Francis H 5834 

Francis M 4190 

Georgie Goss 3797 

Gordon 5832 

Grace E 6854 

Hannah 2338 

Hannah Keeler, Mrs 143 

Hannah M 5159 

Harry W 5855 

Hattie Louise 5937 

Henry 4184 

Herbert 6647 

Hervey Rockwell 3799 

Howard Rockwell 5164 

Irving 5830 

James Hervey 966 

' Josephine R 4179 

Julia 4173 

Justus W. 962 

Keeler 2339 

Lucilc R 3795 

Mary C 3796 

Nelson 2343 

Norman C 5858 

Philinda 417/ 

Robert Cooper 5163 

Russell Everett 5860 

Ruth Ann 965 

Ruth E 6644 

Samuel 589 

Sanford Coley 5158 

Sarah 868, 1857 

Stephen 591 

Susan 2341 

Susanna 1 601 

Tamson 580 

Thomas Rockwell 961 

Uriah 148, 584, 585, 1157 

W. J , 2000 

Walter 5162 

Walter C 5857 

Wilbert 5845 

William 429, 964 

William Henry 4176 

Willie F 5856 

Willie R. 5835 

TRACY, Calvin 1782m 

Elizabeth 1732m 

Mary 1732m 

TRAILOR, Clara 4023s 

TRAVIS, David 1431 

Gilbert 1431 

Phebe, Mrs 1431 

Stephen 729 

TREADWELL. Hannah Wetmorc... 2715 

Hezekiah D 2659 

Rhoda, Mrs 4765 

TREMBLY, Mary E 5088 

TRINER, Sarah 2477 

TRIPP, George 4023-O 

Hannah 4303 



TROTXER, Elizabeth 986 

TROWBRIDGE, Abigail R 900, 1821 

Charles Keeler 3622 

Daniel 1780 

Frank Green 3623 

George. S 1852 

Jenny Keeler 3534 

Leroy Gilbert 3624 

Lucy 726 

Sarah 656, 667, 658 

TRUE, Actas Dora 5181 

Edith 6180 

Edna 5183 

Fanny Louisa 5179 

Hattie May 5182 

Roger Sidney 5184 

Sidney 296* 

TRUESDALE, 107b 

TREADWAY, Bolivar U288 

TRUESDELL, Phebe 1756 

TRULL, Lilly E 4328 

TRUMBULL. Harriet Silliman 2305 

Jonathan 298 

TRYON. Hannah 1237 

TUCKER, Elbridge Rockwell 4243 

Fanny Gertrude 4242 

Joseph 2424 

Lydia Ann 1646 

Martha 2422 

TULL, Kate 2062 

TUNIS, Sarah L 976 

TUNSBY, George W 2225 

TURNER, Alice Juliette 4296 

Arnold 5351 

Harry M 1996 

TUTHILL, Charles L 3288 

Julia E 6512 

TUTTLE, Catharine 522 

Fanny Maria 2243 

Hannah 885 

Huldah 409 

Mabel 391g 

TWEEDY, Edward 3037 

TYGART, Mary ••'»,' 2331 

TYLER, Mary Ann 1150 

Caroline 2091 

Francis A 4928 

Frank A 6437 

Martha Ann 6438 

Sally 5411 

Sarah L. 1706 

Sylvia 1281 

TYSON, Catharine M 5597 

Charles G. 5594 

Daniel 5595 

George 3463 

George A....... 5593 

Matthew 559<J 

William C 659» 



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u 

No. No. 

UNDERHILL, Moses 8496 UPPER, Clara May 8896 

Nancy 874-o Peter 4848 

Nellie 6881c 

UPDIKE, Elizabeth 8514 USHER, William S 8144 



No. 



No. 



VAN AUKEN, Aaenith 8987p VAN VOORHEES, Elias W.. 8058a 



VAN BUREN, Augustavus 1062 

Harry 2216* 

William 2216aa 

VAN DEUSEN, Annie Vanderbilt. . . 2806 
Jenny 2664 

VAN DEUSON, Susan 1014 

VAN DOREN, William J 2040 

VAN DUSEN, Mahalia 1016 

VAN EPS, Margaret 4041a 

VAN ETTEN, Arthur Burt 5495 

Carl K 5497 

Harry 6496 

Laura Grace 6599 

Levi 8282 

VAN HORN, Minnie G 4683 

VAN NEST, A 2146c 

VAN NORTWICK, Margaret 932 

VAN PATTEN, James S 5715 

{ane, Mrs 5715 
fibel 5715 

Rachel 2981d 

VAN SCOY, Albert 2924 

VAN VALKENBURGH, Lena E.... 5194 



VAN VRANKEN. Adam R 5889hh 

Adam R.. Mrs 3177ff 

Harold A 6884ee 

Margaret, Mrs 6889hh 

Richard 5889hh 

William Sbepard 6824dd 

VAIL, Hubert 8680 

VANCE, Maggie 6228d 

VANDEBURG, Alma 1920 

VANDENBURG, Elvira C 2743 

VEARANSE, Abraham 5274 

VEDDER, Eliza 8304 

VINCENT, Aurilla 8177x 

Emma 5694 

Jacob 8177x 

Lillian 5598 

Phebc, Mrs 3177x 

VISCHER, Anna M.. 6889ii 

Catharine 8177mm 

Maria 3177gg 

VON BRACKLIN, Ella M 2954 

VOSBURGH, Addie 6696 

Clinton G 5488 

Ira 6595 



w 



No. 

WADHAMS, Bella E 2351 

Maria L 1954 

WAGER, Laura E 5389yy 

WAKELEE, 556c 

WAKEMAN,. Asahel G 1463k 

Bertha L 5828h 

Edith K 8177; 

Ella C 3177k 

G. Wilbur 81771 

Hiram 4023c 

Liela A 6823g 

WALDBY, Ebeneser 1 3307 

WALDO, Leonard 1204 

WALDORF, Ada 6104 

Clement V 6103 



No. 

WALDORF, Eva 6108 

John Q 6107 

Joseph W 6106 

Warren E 6105 



Erasrus D. 



4468 



WALDRON. Minnie 5228dd 

WALEY, Harriet Pamelta 4666 

WALKER. Eliza, Mrs 3304 

Henry 2287 

Mary A 6531 

Maud E 6530 

Naomi 3911 

Olive Irene 4114 

Phebe Ellen 3284 

Robert M 3304 

Samuel W •• 1687 

William 3304 

WALL, E. Monroe 6756 



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No. 

WALLACE, Abijah 152 

Adalina 1240 

Elizabeth Ann 8578 

Tames 008 

Mary Matilda 1461 

WALLICK, George G 6096 

Ida Mary 6008 

James M 6096 

John 4455 

Julia A 6097 

Nanny Belle 6008 

William P 6094 

WALUN, Carrie E 5780 

Charles T 6788 

Daisy F 5782 

Frederick C 5779 

George H 8894s 

Gertrude M 5781 

Ruth E 5784 

Theodore 8894r 

WALTER, Ann A 8180 

Elizabeth R 8179 

George R 8178 

Nellie M 3181 

Silas 1617 

WANMER, F. B 1620 

WANZER, Ebencser I, 1446 

Eliza, Mi? 672, 1448 

Eliza B., Mrs 8066 

Dusted 1446 

Lucy, Mrs 1446 

WARD, Charlotte 1171 

Clarinda 1258 

Polly, Mrs 1258 

William ." 1258 

WARDELL, G. W 2061 

WARING, Hannah 466 

Jarvis A 8048 

Nancy Odell, Mrs «8048 

Phebe Boyce 8048 

"WARNER, Addison Ryder 4182 

Albert 6902 

Alice 2289c 

Alice M ". 4819 

Ann Cordelia 4137 

Anna 2476a 

Annie Jane 5880 

Annie M 4028v 

Catharine 4306 

Charles Henry 4814 

Daniel 6323u 

Daniel A 1142 

Davis A 4808 

Dennis 2476 

Edward Lucius 6887 

Emma 5426 

Etta Augusta 4316 

Fanny 6901 

George Benjamin 6882 

George E 4812 

Georgianna 4313 

Hannah, Mrs 1246 

Harriet S 1049 

Harriet Sophia 5883 

Henry ." 2289d 

Horace 2473 

Horace C 4800 

Horace D 4804 

Horace Denison 5884 

Howard 6328s 

Huldah A 4311 



No. 

WARNER, James Fay 8867w 

Tared 1246, 2477 

John E 4136 

John Keeler 3007v 

Josephus 2813 

Laura Belle ~. 5888 

lister L 4801 

Levi 8218, 6828q 

Lucy Ann 2475, 4806, 4818 

Lysander 4188 

Maria Antoinette 4817 

Marie Annie 480S 

Mary 8218 

Mary Eliza 6885 

Mary Eveline 4136 

Mary Julia 42141 

Nelly Dorothy 6880 

Philip 1846, 6323t 

Reuben 6426, 6823r 

Robert Edward 6886 

Sarah A 699* 

Sarah Ann 4802 

Sarah Annie • • 6881 

Sarah M 4816 

Sharlie Adelbert 6879 

Thomas Sanford «1S4 

Warren C 6891 

William H 4800 

Willie 6800 

Willis 2474 

Willis D , 4807 

Young B 118*q 

WARREN, Ada E 5780 

Bell 2881 

Charles Starr ,.. 8460d 

Cora E 6788 

Daniel 708 

David ...1 4178 

Earl E 6734 

Elizabeth Hill 8460b 

Frederick Hayes 3460f 

Frederick K 0733 

George 8415 

Harry R 6786 

Helen E 3848 

Henrietta 8849 

Josephine 5568, 5820 
osephine M 3846 
lay 6667 

N. Eugene 8847 

Nathan 2074 

Rena A 6781 

Robert Gray • 8460e 

Silas K 1645 

William 8460c 

William Henry 1180h 

Willis H 8850 

WASHINGTON, Mary 4114c 

WATERBURY, Cyrus 1708 

WATKINS, Benjamin U 1814 

Hannah 2619 

Lovila 1880 

WATROUS, Alice 3608 

Emma 1909 

Hannah 1908, 1907 

John 465 

John B 889 

Lucy 497 

Mary Ellen 1908 

Polly Rebecca 1904 

Richard 1183 

Sumner 3697 

Thomas Austin 1905 

WATSON, Amanda 1487 

Eliza N 1887 



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WATTERSQN, Margaret, Mrs 4041a 

Robert 4041a 

Susan T 4041a 

I 

WEAVER, Rachel 1162 

Susan 004 

WEBB, Alma S478aaa 

Charles 1526g 

Charles E.. - 3668a 

Clarissa 430 

Eugene P 3660 

Francis William 3649 

George G 8662 

Hepzibah 697 

Jacob 1768 

James H 3558 

Orson 2828 

Phebe E. . ." 8561 

William G 1812 

WEBSTER, Calla Louise * <479j 

Charles 2888c 

Charles Fletcher 3479J 

Daniel 6842 

Elizabeth A 4722 

Fletcher 8479f 

Frederick E 4726 

George Andrews 8479g 

George Franklin 8479g 

Harriet Eudora 8479h 

Harris Morgan 3479j 

Horace F 4724 

Inez 3964 

Jacob 1«29 

Joel 2644 

Joel Edwin 6334 

Joel 4721 

klly 5073e 

Maftby 1714 

Marianne 8479i 

Martha, Mrs 6342 

Mary 430 

Myron L 4723 

Nancy, Mrs 1714 

Norman P 6842 

Richard Adrian 8479i 

Roswell H 4725 

Stephen 1714 

Stephen Benedict 3479k 

Stephen D 1041 

Stephen Oliver 8479j 

WEED, Bradley Truman H84f 

Carroll K JUSa 

Charles Henry 4214g 

Earl F 311oa 

Edith Percy •• 6619 

. EH^beth 1, ™ 

Eugene E 21f» 

John 5 °32 

Jonas * 

BiiEIEEiEEiS 

Polly Ann, Widow 1240 

Roth Ann 6621 

Silas 8« 7 » 

Thurlow 6620 

Timothy 654 

W15FKS. Charles «146a5 

Everett 3478c 

Julia Ann 1US 

WELCH, 6658, 6669 

Alba B 6 2J* 

John JJ?g 

Marietta 2619 



No. 
WELD, Harvey S.. 801ft 

WELDON, Alida 8177gg 

Catharine, Mrs 8177mm 

Eldert 8177mm 

I? 1 "* • — mt 

Maria, Mrs 8177gg 

Maria Vischer 8177mm 

Michael 8177gg 

WELLMAN, Elixabeth 1021 

WELLS, Benjamin 2200 

Carrie 68 69 

Charles 4242 

Charles Henry 4768 

George . 2656 

George A 2288 

George Freeman 6850 

Harvey 1027 

James E 4766 

Joseph 5870» 6851 

Joseph Lewis 4764 

Lydia M 4767 

Mary E v . 4766 

Mary Emilia 2687 

Olive Genevieve 6849 

WENGOOD, Charles A 2406 

WENTWORTH, Chester 2207a 

Frank I06fb 

WE %,: • *"* 

Adeha 2768 

Charles Henry 6988 

Frank 5289 

Mary Jane 5240 

Nancy 1285 

Thomas 2997 

WESTCOTT. Alvin P 5810 

George Marion 6678 

Jerry 889a 

Lester $oughton 6579 

Molly 872c 

WESTFALI*, Emma t 8888 

John N.... 2047 

May E 4891 

WESTGATE, Joseph 2649 

Lucy 2552 

tydia 2551 

Mary 2553 

William 1264, 2560 

WESTLAKE. Catharine Cole 983 

George, Rev 938 

George W 1041b 

Hester, Mrs 933 

WESTON, Bertha Roxana 6415 

Frederick F 4869 

Hall 6438b 

Harry McCurdy 4962 

Walter 6414 

Winifred Elizabeth 6418 

WETHERBY, Ann Eliza 2987k 

Annie Veroinia 5812 

Benjamin Franklin 8064 

Tohn 8WM 

John Kleber 8946f 

Louise Adelaide 6340 

Lucian P., Judge 8948»f 

Lyman 173«n 

Marion Arnold 5811 

Sarah, Mrs 3064 

Silas H ,. ««£ 

Thaddeus Benedict ,8»87j 



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INDEX. 



No. 

WHALLON, James 2374 

Vinnic 1 4221 

WHANTHOUSE, Jane C 3945e 

WHEELER, Andrew I088e 

Betsey 556d 

Charles F 4041e 

Clarissa L 4606 

Elbert H 5241 

Flora 5045s 

Harvey M 4041e 

Herbert Edward 6748 

John Edward 8868 

John K 2080 

John Russell 6747 

Joseph P 1097 

Lillian A 3168 

Lucinda 603j 

Lucy 4041e 

Lyman A 5749a 

Marie Adelaide 6749 

Mary 3413 

Nancy, Mrs Unclassified 

Sally M 1140 

Susan 681 

WHELPLEY, Henry 2 

Sarah 2, 203e 

WHITAKER, Olive 2976 

WHITCHER. Velora A., Mrs 2861 

WHITCOMB, Arthur A 6422 

Henry M 4879 

Mercy E 6428 

Willard P 6421 

WHITE, Albert P 5501 

Alton J 6601 

Annie R 2168 

Arthur L 6603 

Azor 875d 

Betsey 803 

Charles 5675 

DeEtte 3698 

Edwin Warner 4083 

Ellen 8695 

Ena Maud 4086 

Ethel J 6602 

George 802 

Hardy Hoyt 4084 

Harriet L 4631 

Homer Hoyt 4085 

Isadora 5257 

Jennie M 6600 

Jenny 1022 

Tohn 271 

John Keeler' 801 

Toseph 659 

fcary 5151 

Mary Ann t 669 

Nettle 6889 

Polly 797 

Prudence 800 

Rhoda 798 

Sidney 2264 

Whiten 799 

WHITEHEAD, Abigail 1272 

Margaret 1080e 

WHITING, Kate J 1886 

Sarah Feltna 1463t 

WHITLOCK, 2247 

Abigail 147 

Betsey A W88 



No. 

WHITLOCK, Charles H 1981 

Edward 1987 

Elizabeth C 1985, 2983 

George F 1986 

Huldah (or Marilda) 598 

Tames S 3370, 5542 

Legrand 1988 

Mary N 1984 

Ruth 297 

Thaddeus 406b 

William 968 

William Ross 1982 

WHITMAN, Aaron C 54M 

Edwin A 6591 

Marcia 6690 

WHITNEY, Anne 45 

Betsey 829 

Clara E 3691 

Clare 3689 

Clarence B 3685 

Claude 3688 

David 93 

David B 1899 

David H 308 

Deborah 307, 324 

Ebenezer 305 

Edith L. V 3684 

Eleanor 46 

Elizabeth.. 35, 42, 51, 62, 92, 114, 170 

Frank B , 8«W7 

Frederick A. . '. 3686 

Hannah 23, 80, 1S4 

Harriet P 1901 

Henry 6, V, 23, 41 

Hezekiah 88, 816 

Ina Edwina 3692 

John 2, 8, 23, 35, 39, 87 

John Newton 1898 

Joseph 40, 90 

Josiah 49 

Laura E 1902 

Mary 98 

Moses M 1900 

Nathan 47 

Phebe 1232 

Raymond J 3690 

Richard 48, 329 

Ruth 816 

Samuel 44 

Sarah 48 

Seth 541, 1821 

Thaddeus M 1903 

Thaddeus S 308, 888 

Thankful 91 

Timothy 306 

WHYLAND. Barney 1526J 

WICKHAM, 5087a 

WICKWARE, Addie 2918 

WIGGINS, Frederick 4204 

WIKOFF, Minnie 3556m 

WILCOX. 2120 

Burton D 6271 

Frank 4656 

Fred R 6812 

Frederick A 4626 

Jennie May 6311 

tudsqn 1576 

Utty D 622 

Sally 1299 



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Ixxxix 



No. 

WILDMAN, Adaline 3104 

Adoniram 669 

Alfred K 3021 

Ann 1399 

Ann Augusta 8081 

Anna 1405, 8115m 

Arthur 8116k 

Arthur D. F 8084 

Arthur DeForest 5299. 6588a 

Benajah 661 

Bessie Peck 5248 

Betty 614 

Burr Curtis 1407 

Catharine Isabella 5241 

Charles Ames 1892 

Chester Ely 5247 

Comfort 166 

Daniel 162, 613 

Daniel, Capt 162 

David DeForrest 1410 

Dorcas 662 

Edgar Ely 2998, 5246 

Edgar L 1434d 

Electa, Mrs 8007 

Elialdm 667 

Elialdm Edwards 2999 

Elixa 1890 

Elizabeth 2980, 3082 

Eugene 81151 

Eunice 658, 1898 

Fannie Bishop 6298 

George Cowperthwsite 6297 

George W 2996 

George William 8002 

Grace, Mrs 166 

Hannahl Mrs 1437 

Harold Booth 6581 

Harriet 1409 

Harrietts R 8080 

Henrietta P 2996 

Henry Benedict 1891 

Horace Trowbridge 1898 

Isabella B 3019 

Isabella L 5284 

Jscob 162 

Tames B 8000 

John Rockwell 660, 3007 

John William 8020 

Julia E 8081 

Lena Gray 5243 

Leora Cowperthwait 6583 

Leonard D 5285 

Lois Ann 1408 

Maria 1401 

Mary 615. 1894, 8038 

Mary Benedict 9997 

Mary E 8007 

Mary Emeline 1408 

Mercy. Mrs 162 

Nathan 616, 1244 

Phebe 171 

Rachel 1889, 1487 

Rachel Ann 8001 

Raymond Beach 6940 

Sally 6561 

Samuel 164 

Sarah 1888 

Sophronia 1404, 1406 

Theodore 8115j 

Thomas 166, 656. 1409, 1487 

Willism 1168 

William Bradley 140» 

William Edward 6244 

William Pierce 6532 

Winfield Scott 5243 

WILEY, Rachel 8177cc 

WILKINSON, Decatur 8848 



No. 

WILLARD, David Beneoict 6228c 

Emily £228a 

Fiances 5£28b 

Milton 6626b4 

William 2987s* 6526b8 

William L 5228d 

WILLETS, Harriet , 3449 

James 8448 

Jane 8450 

Lewis K 8447 

WILLETTS, Joshua R 1664 

WILLIAMS, Ann EHsa 1732p 

Elisabeth 2842 

. George 1363 

George W..: 4164 

Jemima, Mrs 1813 

John 1318 

Louisa 2871 

Luanda 2878 

Malinda 1732-o 

Nannie 3647m 

Nclhe 1626J 

Orson 6502 

Philip 422 

Polly 411 

Samuel 632b 

Susan 1313 

Sylvester 2260 

Thomas J 4295 

WILLIAMSON, Ann EHia 2626 

Ellen 4613 

Raymond 874h 

Sarah 874f 

WILLSEA, Anna 2867ff 

Jssper 2357cc 

WILOUGHBY, Arthur S ,. . . . 4023n 

WILSON, 1292 

Annie 1 2931 

Archy Deil 6156 

Daniel 2538 

Dell B 4608 

Ezeldel 292 

Florence V 4697 

Gertrude 1445 

Harriet 4509 

Henry D 6148 

Henry Titus 1365 

Hiram 2634 

Howard M 5148a 

Ira 2699 

Isabel 2645 

Jane 97 

Jeremiah 86 

Jessie Gay 6166 

John 2440 

Mace G 4507 

Marvin H 2930 

Mary 8063 

Mary A 2929. 

Mary B 2878 

Mary Elisabeth 469R 

Mary Lodoiska, Mrs 2699 

Nsncy 1284 

Netty 4610 

Rebecca 50 

Rufus Rockwell 4699, 4700 

WINEGAR, Thamasine 827 

WINES. Ann. Mrs 2484 

Harriet N 2476 

Mahlon 2484 

Phebt E , 2484 



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No. 
WfNFIEU), Jacob, Mr. MB 

WING, ..' 1760 

WrNNE, William G 2731 

WINSLOW, C 3177v 

Charles Keeler ... «TOt 

Charles W 1468z 

Charles William 6363n 

Frederick Barrett 8177u 

WINSOR, Lucy Jane 21W> 

Marcia Irene 2145 

WINTERS, Ernest -.... 6581 

William 344« 

WOLCOTT, 599d 

WOLF, Martha A ... 2977 

WOOD, Anna 306 

Annie Dennis 5521 

Calvin 809 

Clara 1176 

Crawford 4618 

Ebenezer - 541 

Elizabeth -..- 625 

Emma - 4619 

Emerson 4616 

Ezra -.. 4615 

Frank Fay 4151 

Gelletta 1878 

Hannah -.••• M7 

Henry C 4617 

Henry Hunt 4162 

Hermon *f jjf 

Jacob 625 

Jedediah U«J 

Jeremiah 1080 

Joel 2694 

Leander *«• 

Mariam IJJJe 

Marshall •«■ • • *£» 

Mary • 846, J«4n 

Mary E »f»f* 

Phebe ?J 6 } 

Samuel 4614 

Sarah'.."../........ 101, 440, 2987e 

Sarah Rose •• 4J18 

Sarah Townsend 4171 

Thomas B **}} 

William W ••■ » 652 

WOODEN, Susanna tf*» Ml 

WOODFORD, Elizabeth J 2987q 

WOODMAN, Harry 6869 

WOODRUFF. John HJ2g 

Salmon S 798 

William J * 2 » 0h 

Y 

No. 
YALE, Katura 954 

YEA R M ac^i s '. . Ca98i f . .::::::::." uk 38 

YEREANCE. Ada L gj>58 

Arthur H • J556 

Charles B *• JSSi 

Laura B ww 

YOKUM, 23 * 6 

YOUNG, Alice A «*« 

Anna *° ,w 



No. 
WOODWARD, llwawti Urn.... «m 

Sally Esther »177ff 

Walter *177ff 

!WOODWORT« # Caroline 
Cla#mda 
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WQOSTER, 



WORJMSN, Abigail, Mrs, 

Benaiah 

Daniel 

Emetine 



Joseph 
Laura, 
Lewis . 
Rachel 
Samuel 
S*n* . 



Mrs. 



2718 



196 

610 

tQ*, 198 

8549 

1104 

— 8479h 

..- *479h 

— I479h 

~ 4418 

609 

flfe «B» 676 



WURIE6, Abfeail 



1847 



W&RLEY, Harrier .. 8588 

Matilda • 2686 



WORTH, J; 



4472 



WRIGHT, Adefe May 4080 

Alice G 2212 

Amanda .^. ...«•. 616)1 

Benjamin .... ........ 2675 

Boutan -, 2576 

Caleb .—..-.. .~ 2484 

Electa A ..-.. 8654a 

Francis -.- — 6167 

Hariey Hayes 4082 

T»me7 S... 2268 

Jane - - 2580 

John H - 4586 

Jonathan 1270 

Jnsenhine -..-..,. 4768 

fiarV H .-• 4190 

Mercy 2679 

Patty 6517 

Pheoe .- 2578 

Sik» 6169 

Wait ~ 2577 

William Wayne 4081 

WUNDERLICH. Margaret 296* 

WYNKOOE, Alice Louise 4668 

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No. 

T0UNG, Aurelia ... 4866 

Betsey 841 

Carrie M „ 4225 

TOIs* 4865 

FUwd H 4227 

Frederick L 4224 

Oeor«e W -. 2495 

Hannah 1518 

Iveston ~ 2877 

Marv 4867 

-William L ~" 



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FIRST GENERATION. 



i. JOHN ROCKWELL. 

It has been supposed that John Rockwell, the founder of the family 
of which this account is given, was from the vicinity of Dorchester, 
England, where the Rockwell name was well known, and came to 
America about the time mentioned in the •> History of Stamford by 
Huntington, page 25. 

To Huntington's History, perhaps more than to any other source, we 

are indebted for the early history of the immigrant John Rockwell, of 

Stamford, Conn. Thedate of the first record referring to John Rock- 

t, well is December 7,Q&), where he is named as one of the first settlers, 

and received for his nome lot two acres and a parcel of woodland. 

In the same history is found a list of first settlers of Stamford, 
containing his name, and again, on page 40, there is found a record of 
John Rockwell being a witness in court there at that date. 

At a town meeting held at Stamford Feb. 19, 1667-8, it was voted 
that John Rockwell, Sr., be granted liberty to mow and have the grass 
of Noroton Island as long as he shall live in Stamford. 

He is also mentioned on the Land Records in 1669 as conveying his 
land in two parcels, to one person his house and home lot, and to another 
his land, after which he removed to Rye, Westchester County, N. Y., 
where he died in 1676. 

The Whitney Genealogy, page 22, speaking of Daniel Keeler, calls him 
the son of John and Hittabel Rockwell Keeler, and a grandson of JOHN 
ROCKWELL, Sr., one of the first settlers of Stamford, Conn.; and 
again, on page 81, a note speaking of John Rockwell, Sr., records his 
death as having taken place at Rye, Westchester County, N. Y., in 1676; 
and also, on page 1259, in referring to the said John Rockwell, Sr., says 
that his wife was probably Elizabeth Weed, daughter of Jonas Weed, of 
Stamford, Conn. 

2. RALPH KEELER. 

In reference to the early history of RALPH KEELER, (9) who was 
one of the first settlers of Norwalk, Conn, (the writer refers to the men- 
tion made of him in the Whitney Genealogy, which is by him regarded as 
one of the best authorities on the events of those times), it says (page 79) 
Ralph Keeler was born in England about 1613 and owned a lot in Hart- 
ford, Conn., in 1640 ; an early settler of Norwalk, Conn!, to which he went 
about 165 1 or 1652; his first wife not known; second wife, married after 
1651, was Sarah, widow of Henry Whelpley, of Norwalk. 

The following was copied by the compiler of this work from the 
Fairfield Probate Court records from the will 6f Ralph Keeler, Sr., which 
is filed there. Will dated Aug. 20, 1672, and probated the same year, 
thus proving his death to have occurred in the latter part of that year. 
He begins by saying he is about 59 years old. First, he bequeaths one- 
third of his estate to his wife, Sarah; second, to his sons John Keeler 
and Ralph Keeler, Jr., Samuel Keeler, Jonah Keeler, and Rebecca and 
Elizabeth Keeler, the remainder of his estate, to be apportioned as after- 
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4 SOCKWBU AND KKBI.KR GBNBAI<OGY. 

RALPH KEELER (from whom as ancestor is traced all the Keelers 
embraced in this work) came from Hartford, Conn., where in 1639 the 
public records show that he wa$ one of its early Puritan settlers and sold 
out his estate there and moved to Norwalk, as an informant says, 1651 or 
1652, where the first mention of him is in a list of those to whom grants of 
land were made as settlers by the town authorities. Hall's History of 
Norwalk says that the public records of that act bears no date, but that 
it is accepted that said grants were made in 1652, which was about two 
.years after the commencement of the settlement of Norwalk, Conn. He 
is next mentioned Dec. 18, 1653, as the contractor to whom the town 
iwarded the contract to cut the timber and build a house for Mr. Hanford, 
■the pastor of the church there at that time, said house to be 16x26 feet 
He is next mentioned in a list of estates in Norwalk, in which his was 
-valued at £150, dated 1655. At a town meeting held at Norwalk Septem- 
ber, 1668, he contracted to build forty rods of fence. On Feb. 20, 1672, 
an enrollment of the children. Three were mentioned as Keelers. On 
Dec 16, 1684, it was agreed to apportion home lots to the inhabitants, 
three acres to the hundred, to be drawn for, in which Ralph Keeler, 
Jr., received two Mid John Keeler three. On Jan. 3, 1687, another valua- 
tion of estates was made, in which Ralph Keeler, Jr., is recorded at £170 
10s, and John Keeler £100; Samuel Keeler, £103 10s. Jan. 16, 1694. 
Ralph Keeler, Jr., was named one of a Town Committee to procure a 
minister and dispenser of the Gospel in Norwalk. Oct 25, 1697, Ralph, 
Jr., and Samuel Keeler and John Whitney were appointed to erect a 
support to the gallery in the meeting house — the above being the last 
■mention on public records at Norwalk of Ralph Keeler as given in Hall's 
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Children of JOHN and ELIZABETH WEED ROCKWELL, of Stam- 
ford, Conn.: 

i. JOHN ROCKWELL, JR.— Of the date and place of his birth, (15) 
or when or to whom married, no reliable information could be obtained 
by the compiler; his death probably occurred at Stamford about 1673, as 
his inventory was presented there March 10, 1673-4. 

The Whitney Genealogy, page 24, in speaking of Ensign David Rock- 
well, says he was born in Norwalk Oct. 8, 1708, and was the son of 
Jonathan and Abigail Canneld Rockwell, of Norwalk and Ridgeneld, and 
grandson of John Rockwell, Jr., of Stamford, Conn., and great grandson 
of John Rockwell, Sr., one of the early settlers of Stamford. 

2. Sarah Rockwell, born probably at Stamford (date not found). 
Hall's History of Norwalk says (page 188) John Crampton took to wife 
Sarah Rockwell, daughter of John Rockwell, of Stamford, and was mar- 
ried Oct. 8, 1676; and (on page 26) the town of Norwalk granted to 
John Crampton, because he was a soldier in the King Philip War, three 
acres of land, dated 1679; and again (page 65), the town of Norwalk, in 
another distribution of land to the soldiers who served in the late Indian 
war, recorded May, 1681, John Crampton had granted to him eight acres 
and six rods of land lying on the east branch of the Norwalk River. On 
Jan. 3, 1687, in a general appraisement, the estate of John Crampton was 
valued at i53 6s. 8d. 

3. HITTABEL ROCKWELL, born at Stamford, Conn, (date not 
found) ; married June 18, 1679, JOHN KEELER (son of Ralph Keeler, of 
Norwalk, Conn.). John and Hittabel Rockwell Keeler settled at Nor- 
walk, where they probably spent their lives. (21) 

In following the descent of the families of the Rockwells and Keelers 
at the third generation, we embrace the Whitney element, which merits 
at this place some introduction. As learned from the Whitney Genealogy, 
a work issued in 1878, of which, perhaps, there is none superior to it, 
HENRY WHITNEY (8) was born in England and came to America 
about 1620, and settled at Southold, L. I., from whence he and 
THOMAS BENEDICT, a neighbor at Southold. moved about 1650 to 
Norwalk, and became prominent in the settlement of that place. Said 
Thomas Benedict, with his wife, Mary Brigum Benedict, were cotem- 
porary with Henry Whitney, Ralph Keeler and John Rockwell, of Stam- 
ford, Conn., in the first settlement of the towns of Stamford and Norwalk. 
A Benedict Genealogy having been published, the writer refers his readers 
to that work for the Benedict history, except as connected by marriage 
with the Rockwell and Keeler branches. 

BENEDICT PEDIGREE. 

Note. — The following extract from the Benedict Genealogy shows the 
direct line of descent from WILLIAM BENEDICT, of Nottinghamshire, 
England, in the 15th century, whose descendants were by only sons by the 
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Said third William had an only son THOMAS, born 1617, and came to 
America and settled on Long Island and married Mary Brigum, who was 
the .daughter of his stepmother and came to America in the same vessel 
with him. They moved to Norwalk, Conn., early in its settlement, where 
records are found of the family for several generations. Their children 
were THOMAS, Jr., JOHN, Samuel, James, Daniel, Elizabeth, Mary, 
Sarah and Rebecca. The line of descent of those connected with this 
work are traced as follows: JOHN BENEDICT, who married Phebe 
Gregory, of Norwalk, had the following children : Sarah, Phebe, JOHN, 
Jr., Jonathan, Benjamin, Joseph, James and Thomas, and by John, Jr., 
who married Mary Hait, of Norwalk; children, John 3d, MATTHEW, 
Caleb, Nathaniel, Anna and Phebe. Said Matthew married Ruth Keeler, 
daughter of John, and settled at Ridgefield; children were Matthew, Jr., 
Anna, John, Ruth, JESSE, Elizabeth, Phebe, Ezra and John (7a). Jesse 
married Mehitabel Northrop, of Ridgefield; children, Elizabeth, Jesse, 
Gamaliel, Mehitabel, Ezra, Ruth, Joseph, Benjamin, Lewis, Hannah and 
7a THADDEUS. Said Thaddeus married HULDAH MARVIN, daughter 
of Uriah Marvin, and settled at Ridgefield. (775b) 

Child of HENRY WHITNEY, of Southold, L. I., and Norwalk, Conn.: 

8 1. John Whitney, born at Southold about 1644; a miller; married, as 
supposed, Elizabeth Smith, and settled at Norwalk, where he bought his 
father's corn mill, under a covenant to perform all the obligations his 
father gave as a consideration for the land and water privilege he enjoyed 
the use of, viz., that during his life he should grind all the grain for the 
•families of the place for a toll not to exceed one- sixteenth, and that the 
mill must be cleared of all such grain before any other could be ground. 
The record of his marriage or death could not be found. (39) 

Note. — For convenience the writer has supplied the following date of 
births as being about correct as computed from cotemporary history in 
the absence of authentic history : 

Children of RALPH and Wid. SARAH WHELPLEY KEELER, of 
Norwalk, Conn. 1(2) 

9 1. REBECCA KEELER, born probably at Hartford, Feb. 9, 1654; 
married July 17, 1673, JAMES PICKETT, Norwalk. 

10 2. RALPH KEELER, Jr., born at Hartford about 1646; married, 
about 1674, SARAH, his wife named in his will, found at Fairfield, 
Conn., dated March 23, 1716. (30) 

11 3. JOHN KEELER, born probably at Norwalk about 1652; married 
June 18, 1769, HITTABEL ROCKWELL, daughter John Rockwell, (21) 
of Stamford ; they settled at Norwalk ; his will on file at Fairfield is dated 
Feb. 27, 1 718- 19. 

12 4. SAMUEL KEELER, born at Norwalk 1656; married there March 
10, 1682, SARAH SENTION (Saint John), born 1659, (34) daughter 
of Mark and Elizabeth Stanley Sention, of Norwalk, where they settled 
He was in the great swamp fight with the Indians Dec. 19, 1675, for 
which the town voted him a bounty .of land in Norwalk. He died May 
19. 1713; she died April 15, 1714. His estate was settled in 1716, as found 
at Fairfield on probate records, his inventory being dated March 29, 17x6. 

■ It is said that late in their lives they moved to Ridgefield. 

13 5. JOHN KEELER, born at Norwalk about 1658; was called in his 
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mention of him is found on the records ; he died young, 1676, soon after 
his father. 
14 6. ELIZABETH KEELER, born at Norwalk about 1660; married, 

as his first wife (date not found), THOMAS MOREHOUSE, and sh<- 
lived and died, as is supposed, in the vicinity of Norwalk, after which he 
married Martha, daughter of John Hobby, of Greenwich ; his children fcf 
his first wife were Jonathan, Thomas, Nathan, Gideon and Mary; second 
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Children of JOHN ROCKWELL, Jr., of Stamford, as supposed from 
ootemporary history: (3) 

15 x. JONATHAN ROCKWELL, probably born at Stamford, Cona, 
about 1665 ; (50) married at Norwalk about 1703, ABIGAIL CANFIELD, 
daughter of Samuel Canfield, and subsequently moved to Ridgefield, and 
probably died there, he June 19, 1731, she July 8, 1734. 

Note. — The first mention of Jonathan Rockwell found in the Norwalk 
records, according to Hall's History (page 83), is in a list of valuations 
of estates of the inhabitants, dated June 3, 1687, in which his estate 
is valued at £50. 

16 2. THOMAS ROCKWELL, born probably at Stamford about 
X&7; (54) married at Norwalk, Dec. 9, 1703, SARAH RESCO, daughter 
of John Resco, of Norwalk; he died June, 1712. 

Norn.— The first mention of Thomas Rockwell found on the Norwalk 
records (see Hall's History of Norwalk, page 87) is that of a list oi 
voters of the town dated Dec. 4, 1694; his wife, Sarah, married, second, 
Richard Osborn. His estate is mentioned in the Fairfield probate records. 

17 3. JOSEPH ROCKWELL, born probably about 1670; (58) married 

MARY , and bought land in Norwalk, mentioned in the Norwalk 

town record. They sold their home lot in Norwalk March 15, 1713-14. 
He died there about the latter part of 1714, and his widow, Mary, pre- 
sented the inventory of his "estate Jan. 11, 17 15, in court, which amounted 
to £245 18s. 2d. Jonathan Rockwell was appointed guardian for Joseph, 
the eldest of the children, and the widow for the other four children. 
Three years later she married, second, William Parker, of Norwalk. 

A Court of Probate held at Fairfield April 28, 17 19, being informed 
that the widow and relic of Joseph Rockwell had married a man of no 
estate, and that the estate of Hannah, Jonah, Simeon and Noah, children 
of said Joseph Rockwell, deceased, was in danger of being wasted, the 
court ordered the widow's guardianship to be removed and that Jonathan 
Rockwell, of Ridgefield, be appointed in her stead, he recognizing in £1501 
(Benedict Genealogy, p. 170, is in error, having left out one generation. 
See Whitney Gen.) 

Children of JOHN and SARAH ROCKWELL CRAMPTON, of Nor- 
walk: 

18 1. Sarah Crampton, born Norwalk Sept. 10, 1679. 

19 2. Abigail Crampton, born Norwalk Aug. 9, 1681. 

20 3. John Crampton, Jr., born Norwalk Jan. 7, 1682-3. 

Children of JOHN (son of Ralph Keeler, Sr.) and HITTABEL (daugh- 
ter of John Rockwell, of Stamford) ROCKWELL KEELER of Nor- 
walk, Conn.: 

21 1. John Keeler, Jr., born Dec. 26, 1682, Norwalk; married, April i«x 
1710, Rhoda Hoyt (or Hayt), daughter of Dea. Z. Hoyt, born Norwalk 
about 1690. He died in the Canada War. (105) 

22 2. David Keeler, born ; named in his father's will, found 

at Fairfield! married, Aug. 14, 1721, Mary St John, and resided at 
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23 3. Daniel Keeler, born Norwalk. Whitney Genealogy says (108) he 
was a grandson of John Rockwell, of Stamford, and Ralph Keeler of 
Norwalk. He married Hannah Whitney, daughter of John and Elizabeth 
Finch Whitney, granddaughter of John and Elizabeth Smith Whitney, of 
Norwalk, and great granddaughter of Henry Whitney, the founder of the 
Whitney family in Norwalk, Conn.; she was born in Norwalk Nov. 5, 
1707. They settled in New Canaan,^ and were constituent members of 
the Congregational Church there. His name is often found on the Nor- 
walk records in the purchase and sale of land, chiefly in New Canaan. 
His will dated Nov. 4 1764, filed at Fairfield, Conn. 

24 4. Elizabeth Keeler, born Norwalk March 19, 1678; married 

Hayt; settled at Norwalk. 

25 5. Mehittabel Keeler, born Norwalk; married about 1702 (119), 1st 
Joseph Blackley; he died 1704; Feb. 25, 1708, 2d Caleb Hayt; he died 
April 11, 1755. She died March 21, 1755. 

26 6. Hannah Keeler, born Norwalk; married Gregory. 

27 7. Sarah Keeler, born Norwalk; married Hayt. 

28 8. Jemima Keeler, born Norwalk. 

29 9. Ruth Keeler, born Norwalk; married, Dec. 8, 1727, Matthe\7 
Benedict 

Children of RALPH KEELER, JR., 2d, son of Ralph Keeler, Sr., and 
Sarah , mentioned in his will, 17 16, found at Fairfield. (10) 

30 *Ralph Keeler, Jr., 3d, born probably Brookfield or New Fairfield, 
Conn. ; married Margaret (see Wilton records of settlers) ; will found 
Danbury, dated Oct. 29, 1765. (129a) He also probably married Jemima, 
and they are also mentioned on Wilton records. 

31 Sarah Keeler, born about 1680; married Dec. 7, 1702, Nathan Olm- 
stead, son of Jonas Olmstead (see Hall's History of Norwalk, page 194). 

32 Jemima Keeler, born about 1682; married Beardsley. 

Children of SAMUEL (son of Ralph Keeler, Sr.) and SARAH ST. 
JOHN KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn.: (12) 

34 1. SAMUEL KEELER, born in Norwalk 1682; Aug. 15, 1710, he 
sold his 1-28 of Ridgefield to his father for £30; married Jan. 18, 1704, 
first Rebecca Benedict, daughter James Benedict, of Danbury; she die! 
March 20, 1709; (63) second, Dec. 11, 1712, Sarah, daughter of Thomas 
Berts. He died Aug. 8, 1763. 

35 2. JOSEPH KEELER, born at Norwalk 1683; married Elizabeth 
Whitney, daughter of John and Elizabeth Smith Whitney; they settled 
in Ridgfield. He was a carpenter, and as early as 171 5, by a town meet- 
ing, he was appointed to repair the meeting house, and in 1716 he was 
elected lister and sealer of weights and measures, and Dec. 20, 1722,. 
surveyor ; and in 1725, one of a committee to fix the line betwixt Norwalk 
and Ridgefield. In 1735 he was a Justice of the Peace and the town 
miller, and for several years afterwards. He died Nov. 29, 1757, at 74: 
she died March 17, 1763, at 79. (94) 

36 3. BENJAMIN KEELER, born Norwalk about 1685; little has been 
learned of him; he died before 1719; no children. (70a) An old deed 



♦Note.— Will, dated Oct. 29, 1765, of above Ralph Keeler, found at 
Danbury, mentions wife, Jemima; daughters, Sarah Gregory, Jemima 
Beardsley, and two grandchildren, viz., Keeler Trowbridge, and Caleb 
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disposing of the estate of his father by partition sale named the children 
in the order as herein given. Deed dated Feb. 26, 1717; a will or deed 
dated 1761, filed at Norwalk, to his son Timothy for land at Hop 
Meadows, is supposed to be that of the above Benjamin. 

37 4. JONAH KEELER, born at Norwalk about 1690; married Nov. 5, 
1713, Ruth Smith, daughter Samuel Smith; (71) they settled in Ridge- 
held, where she died Nov. 1, 1734, and his will dated April 25, 1763, in 
which he mentions his wife Sarah, shows he had a second wife. He died 
May 24, 1767. 

38 5. TIMOTHY KEELER, born at Norwalk 1695; settled Ridgfield 
1708; married first, May 19, 1720, Abigail Osborne; she died Nov. 24, 
1735; (80) second, Nov. 10, 1736, Widow Sarah Couch; settled probably 

• at Ridgefield; she died March 10, 1787, at 90. Teller's History of Ridge - 
field narrates that when Tryon's army cannonaded Ridgefield on April 
27, 1777, his house would have been burnt but that it stood close to that 
of Mr. Hoyt, a Tory. He died Aug. 30, 1748. 

Children of JOHN and ELIZABETH SMITH WHITNEY, of Norwalk, 
Conn. : (8) 

39 1. John Whitney, Jr., born Norwalk March 12, 1676; married Eliza- 
beth Finch; (87) resided at Norwalk. 

' .40 2. Joseph Whitney, born Norwalk March 1, 1678; married Hannah 

. . Hoyt ; (88) resided at Norwalk. 

41 3. Henry Whitney, born Norwalk Feb. 21, 1680; married June 14, 
1710, Elizabeth Olmstead; resided and died at Ridgefild April 26, 1728. 

42 4. Elizabeth Whitney, born Norwalk 1684; married Joseph Keeler. 
grandson of Ralph Keeler; both died at Ridgefield. (94) 

43 5. Richard Whitney, born Norwalk April 18, 1687; married Hannah 
Darling, and resided at Fairfield, Conn. — — 

44 6. Samuel Whitney, born Norwalk 1688; married Anne Laboree; the** 
resided at Stratford, Conn. ; she died there Dec. 6, 1753. 

45 7. Anne Whitney, born Norwalk about 1691 ; married Matthew St 
John, grandson Matthias and Rachel Bouton St John ; died Sharon, Conn. 

46 8. Eleanor Whitney, born Norwalk Jan. 27, 1693; married Jonathan 
Fairchild; resided and died al Norwalk— he Nov. 28, 1772; she Jan. 25 
1777. 

47 9. Nathan Whitney, born Norwalk (date not found) ; married 
Sarah ; resided Ridgefield; were yet living there in 1739. 

48 10. Sarah Whitney, born Norwalk (date not found) ; married Samuel 
Smith; resided Ridgefield; died 1764. 

.49 11. Josiah Whitney, born Norwalk (date not found) ; married Eunice 
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Children of JONATHAN and ABIGAIL CANFIELD ROCKWELL, 
of Norwalk and Ridgefield. (15). 

50 1. Benjamin Rockwell, born July 6, 1704, at Norwalk, and married 
there, (130) 1732, Rebecca Wilson, and settled at Ridgefield, where, 
according to Whitney's Genealogy, he was joint owner of a plot of ground 
on Main St. with Jonathan Rockwell in 1744. A record in the Presby- 
terian Church in South Salem says he was one of the eighteen who 
organized that church May 20, 1752; his wife, Rebecca, united there 
May 24, 1752. He died Nov. 16, 1787 ; she, Oct. 27, 1789. 

51 2. John Rockwell (called Ensign John Rockwell), (162), born prob 
ably at Norwalk April, 1706; married Sept. 3, 1731, first, ELIZABETH 
KEELER, born Nov. 18, 1708, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Whitney 
Keeler. The record is that Sept. 23, 1743, Joseph Keeler deeded land to 
said John Rockwell for and in consideration of "Yt Love and Goodwill 
and fatherly affection which I have and do bear to my son-in-Law, JOHN 
ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield." Said John Rockwell was one of the 
eighteen constituent members of the Congregational Church of Ridgc- 
bury Society, which was the second church of Ridgefield, organized Jan. 
18, 1769, and he and Jabish Smith were the first deacons chosen March 8, 
1770, at which election he was called Ensign John Rockwell. He married 
second at Ridgefield, Nov. 22, 1769, Esther Hollebert, and lived and died 
at Ridgebury, where his farm lay adjoining the colony line; he died July 
4* i773< She survived him, and after his death disposed of her dower 
to his sons John and Elijah of Lanesborough, Mass., and David and 
Abraham Rockwell, both of Ridgebury, June 31, 1774. 

52 3. DAVID ROCKWELL, son of Jonathan and Abigail CanfiVld 
Rockwell, born probably at Norwalk, Oct. 8, 1708; (173) married, first, 
Aug. 29, 1731, ELIZABETH HYATT, daughter of Thomas and Experi- 
ence Hyatt, who died Feb. 13, 1758; he married, second, Widow Elizabeth 
(Whitney) Riggs, relic^of Miles Riggs. Miles Riggs, Jr., chose him at 
his guardian, Oct. 26, 1762, as see Danbury Probate Court records. He 
died at Ridgefield May 30, 1788. 

53 4- Jonathan Rockwell, Jr., born (probably at Norwalk) March 31, 

171 1 ; (191) married October, 1733, Esther ; he died at Ridgefield 

Sept 3, 1784; she died May 20, 1796. 

Children of THOMAS and SARAH RESCO ROCKWELL, of Norwalk 
and Ridgefield, Conn. : ( 16) 

54 1. Sarah Rockwell, born Norwalk, Oct. 21, 1704; married 

Hobart. 

55 2. *Thomas Rockwell, Jr., born Norwalk Dec. 13, 1708; married 
May 18, 1732, Ruth Benedict, born Dec. 3, 171 1. He died Nov. 4, 1789; 
she died June 22, 1807. (297) 

S/S 3. John Rockwell, born Norwalk; married (see Hall's History of 

♦Note. — The above Thomas Rockwell, of Norwalk, purchased of 
Benjamin Hickok (one of the first settlers of the town of Ridgefield) 
lot number 27, purchased by Hickok of the Indians July 9, 171 1. Book I, 
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Norwalk, page 215) Aug. 17, 1733, Abigail Belden, and died Norwalk^ 
Conn. He died at Isle Statia May 25, 1737; she died May 7, 1730. (30O 

57 4. Jabez Rockwell, born probably at Ridgefield March 18, 1712; 
married Kezia , and moved to Danbury, where he died July 6. 

1757. (303) 

Note.— The Probate Court records at Danbury say, under date Sept. 
6, 1757, that Mrs. Kezia Rockwell was administratrix on estate of Jaber 
Rockwell. 

Children of JOSEPH and MARY ROCKWELL*, of Norwalk, 

Conn.: (17) 

58 1. Joseph Rockwell, Jr., born Norwalk Nov. 11, 1706; married 
Sarah MEAD; (199) settled in Wilton, where they joined the church 
there July 4, 1735, and his will was found on the Probate Court records 
in Fairfield, Conn., dated May 18, 1748; she died April 2, 1745; he died 
Jan. 24, 1749. 

59 2. Hannah Rockwell, born June 20, 1708. 

60 3. Jonah Rockwell, born September, 1710; Married Dorothy ; 

settled at Wilton; died about 1740. (203c) 

61 4. Simeon Rockwell, born May, 1712; went West; further unknown. 

62 5. Noah Rockwell, born 1714; a physician; married Mercy. (2031) 

Children of SAMUEL KEELER, Jr., son of Samuel and Sarah St John 
Keeler, and his first wife, REBECCA BENEDICT KEELER, of Nor- 
walk, subsequently of Wilton. (34) 

63 1. SAMUEL KEELER 3d, born Norwalk Jan. 14, 1705-6; married 

at Wilton Elizabeth (151). Hurd's History of Fairfield County 

says of him that he was one of the first settlers of Wilton, and that he 
was an active patriot in the Revolutionary War. The house he built is 
still standing and is occupied at this date by P. D. Benedict (1895). His 
will filed at Norwalk is dated 1782. 

64 2. REBEKAH KEELER, born Norwalk Oct 28, 1708; she died in 
infancy, April 17, 1709. 

Children by his second wife, ' SARAH BETTS KEELER, of Wilton, 
Conn. : (34) 

65 3. SARAH KEELER, born Jan. 1, 1714; no further account of her 
found. 

66 4. MATTHEW KEELER, (315) bora Norwalk March 14, 1717; 
married Sarah (probably) Scott (see deed Norwalk, dated Sept. 13, 1789). 

67 5. MARY KEELER, born Norwalk Jan. 29, 1718-19; married April 
27, 1746, John Lock wood ; settled at Norwalk. 

68 6. ELIZABETH KEELER, born Norwalk or Wilton April 20, 1722; 
her further history not obtained. 

69 7. HANNAH KEELER, born probably at Wilton Oct. 18, 1725; 
married Dec. 17, 1751, NEHEMIAH BENEDICT; they were said to 
have had six children; all died young. She died Dec 6, 1783. 

70 8. REBECKAH KEELER, born Wilton, Aug. 27, 1729; nothing 
further known of her. 

Children of BENJAMIN, son of Samuel and Sarah St. John Keeler, ani 

HANNAH KEELER, probably of Ridgefield. (36) 

70a 1. BENJAMIN KEELER, Jr., born probably Ridgefield Aug. 21, 

1716; married Elizabeth ; lived Ridgefield; his estate distributed 

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'700 2. TIMOTHY KEELER, born ; married April 15, 1757, Hannah 

Hecox (see nis will at Norwalk). (39$) .... 

70c 3. STEPHEN KEELER, born ; married Nov. 25/ 1765, Sarah 

Burcnard; he died at Ridgefield May 6, 1774. (403). 

Children of JONAH, son of Sanuel and Sarah St. John Keeler; (10) and 
RUTH SMITH KEELER, of Ridgefield, Cdnn. :(37) 
71. 1. Jonah Keeler, Jr., born Sept. 17, 1714; married Nov. 1, 1745, Sarah 

Kendrick ; settled in North Salem, N. Y., oh land willed 'by his father to 
him. He died in 1767. 

72 2. Samuel Keeler, born Feb. 9, 1716; married Mary Kendrick; settled 
in Ridgebury, Conn., where his father's will gave him 160 acres valued 
at i370 (1745). He died June 30, 1781 ; (142) she died Nov. 25, 1797. 

73 3- Ruth Keeler, born Dec. 2, 17 17 ; she died Oct. 25, 1745. 

74 4. Hannah Keeler, born Oct. 14, 1720 and died July 7, 1722. 

75 5. Abigail Keeler, born Oct. 12, 1722. 

76 6. Matthew Keeler, born Nov. 13, 1725; married Deborah Close; 
resided at Ridgefield ; she died June 4, 1788 ; (214) he died Oct 29, 1795. 

77 7. Rachel Keeler, born May 5, 1727. 

78 & Martha Hannah Keeler, born Dec. 13, 1728. 

79 9. Lydia Keeler, born Oct. 14, 1 731. 

Children of TIMOTHY, son of Samuel and Sarah St. John Keeler, of 
Norwalk, Conn., and his two wives — first, Abigail Osborn Keeler, died 
Nov. 24, 1735; (38) second, widow, Sarah Couch Keeler, of Ridge- 
field, Conn.: 

80 1. *Timothy Keeler, Tr., born Oct. 9, 1721 ; married July 19, 1744, first, 
Mary Hoyt; she died June 30, 1777; married, second, widow Hannah 
Dunning, Dec. 13, 1780; settled Ridgefield. He died April 1, 1799. (204) 

81 2. Abigail Keeler, born Feb. 7, 1724; married Joseph Hawley. 

82 3. Sarah Keeler, born Sept. 26, 1727. (A daughter Sarah born July 
3, 1726, died 1726.) 

83 4. Benjamin Keeler, born Nov. 24, 1730; married Oct. 31, 1756, Martha 
Smith, and died at Charlton Oct 26, 1864. (213a) 

84 5. Jeremiah Keeler, born April 14, 1733; married Jan. 15, 1764, Han- 
nah Seymour; she was born Nov. 14, 1737. (159) 

85 6. Mary Keeler, born April 30, 1738, and died Nov. 22, 1745. 

85 7. Hannah Keeler, born Sept 1, 1741 ; married Jeremiah Wilson. 

Children of JOHN and ELIZABETH FINCH WHITNEY, of Nor- 
walk, Conn.: (39) 

87 1. John Whitney, born Norwalk, Conn., March 4, 1710-11; he was 
called his father's only son when his estate was distributed and his 
mother appointed his guardian July 9, 1719. No record of his marriage 
or death has been found, nor any evidence that he left any children. 

Children of JOSEPH and HANNAH HOYT WHITNEY, of Nor- 
walk: (40) 

88 1. HEZEKIAH WHITNEY, born Norwalk, Conn., April 10, 1705; 
married Jan. 3, 1732-3, MARGARET HARRIS; he died April 30, 1790; 
she died July 31, 1795. 

♦Note.— The will of the above Timothy found on probate records, 
Danbury, dated August, 1748. 



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89 2. HANNAH WHITNEY, born Norwalk Nov. .5*- 1707; married 
Daniel Keeler, son of John and Hittabel Rockwell Keeler. (See his 
record.) He died about 1764; she-married, second, Samuel Betts, and 
probably settled at Wilton. 

90 3. JOSEPH WHITNEY, born Norwalk Dec. 6, 1710; married Mary 
Coit; lived Norwalk. 

91 4. THANKFUL WHITNEY, born Norwalk March 1, 1713-U, 
married Ebenezer Benedict; they lived in New Canaan, Conn. 

92 5. ELIZABETH WHITNEY, born Norwalk 1717; married June a*. 

1735, Miles Riggs, and settled in Stamford, (183), and moved to Norwalk, 
where the land records say that the Widow W riggs joined her brothers 
and sisters in conveying land at upper end of Clapboard Hill, Aug. 5. 
I754» to Ebenezer Benedict She married, second, Ensign David Rock- 
well, son of Jonathan and Abigail Canfield Rockwell; they settled in 
Ridgebury, Conn., where he died May 30, 1788. She married, third, 1791, 
Agur Fairchild, who died 1797. She then went to Norfolk, Litchfield 
County, Conn., to live with her son, Miles Riggs, where she died in 
August, 1815. 

93 6. DAVID WHITNEY, born Norwalk June 24, 1721 ; married May 
11, 1741, Elizabeth Hyatt, (173) born Norwalk June 6, 1718; they settled 
at Norwalk, where she died Oct 28, 1798. He died at New Canaan April 
16, 1816. He owned and commanded a sloop, by which it is said he 
conveyed many of his neighbors with their goods out of the harbor to 
Stamford, at the time the British burnt Norwalk, 1779. 

Children of JOSEPH, son of Samuel and Sarah St. John Keeler and 
grandson of Ralph Keeler, of Norwalk, and ELIZABETH (WHIT- 
NEY) KEELER, of Norwalk: (35 and 42) 

94 1. Rachel Keeler, born Norwalk Oct. 4, 1706; married David Osborn. 
and settled at Ridgefield, and moved to Danbury, where he died about 
1750. She married, second, Lemuel Morehouse, June 6, 1750, at RidgefieM. 

95 2. Elizabeth Keeler, born probably at Norwalk Nov. 18, 1708; (162) 
married at Rjdgefield Sept. 3, 1731, JOHN ROCKWELL, a farmer, son 
of Jonathan and Abigail Canfield Rockwell, of Norwalk, where he was 
born April, 1706. See his record. 

96 3. Sarah Keeler, born probably Ridgfield Sept 22, 1710. 

97 4. Joseph Keeler, Jr., born Ridgefield April 8, 1713; married Feb. 26, 

1736, at Ridgefield, JANE WILSON, and went to Lanesborough, Mass., 
1762. (225) 

98 5. Isaac Keeler, born Ridgefield about 1715 ; married, 1738, his cousin, 
Mary Whitney, and settled in Ridgefield, where she died about 1750; he 
married second, April 29, 1752, Hannah (or Anna) Stebbins. He was a 
miller. They probably died in Ridgefield. (232) 

99 6. Martin Keeler, bora Ridgefield May 17, 1717; married Esther 

; (243) settled at Ridgefield, where he died Feb. 20, 1765; buried 

at Titicus. 

100 7. Lot Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 26, 1719-20; married Elizabeth 
Goodenough ; (250) settled at South Salem, and moved to Lenox, Mass., 
and from thence to Rutland, Vt 

101 8. Paul Keeler, born Ridgefield (date not found); married, first, 

Smith, (257) who lived but a few years; he married, second, 

SARAH WOOD, (178) and settled in South Salem, and he died there 
April 27, 1787; she died there also in May, 1798. 



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102 9, Silas Keeler, born Ridgfield Dec. 3; 1724; married (267) at Wilton, 
April 14, 1746, Abigail Elmer; they lived in Ridgefield; he died May 2, 
1774, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

103 10. John Keeler, bora Ridgefield Jan. n, 1726; married there May 30, 
1750, Sarah Northrop, (277) daughter of Gamaliel and Mary (Danihy) 
Northrop; she died in Ridgebury Dec. 11, 1781, aged 54 years; he died 
Jan. 2, 1782. 

104 11. Elijah Keeler, born Ridgefield March 17, 1727-28; married 

Sarah , (279) and settled in South Salem, and after living at 

North Castle, Westchester County, and Pound Ridjje and Lower Salem, 
he returned to Ridgefield, where he bought land east of. Town Street, aad 
lived there. 

Children of JOHN, JR., son of John and Hittabel Rockwell Keeler, and 
RHODA (HOYT) KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn.: (21) 

105 1. Abigail Keeler, born March 27, 1712; no further account of her. 

106 2. Jehu Keeler, born 171 5; married, first, Lydia Lockwood, born 
June, 1717; second, Hannah Buttery. They moved to Ohio; had a 
family. (338). 

107 3. Luke Keeler, born 1718; married, lived and died in Ohio. (333> 
107a 4. Rhoda Keeler, born 1720; married Abraham Nash, who was born 

1718. They had 12 children. 
107b 5. Elizabeth Keeler, born ; married Truesdell. 

Children of DAVID, son of John and Hittabel Rockwell Keeler, and 
MARY ST. JOHN KEELER, of Wilton, Conn. : (22) 
107c 1. David Keeler, Jr., born Aug. 4, 1721; his wife's name not found; 

died July 19, 1741. (203a) 
I07d 2. John Keeler, born March 22, 1723 or 1724; married, first, Nov. 14, 

1749, Ruth St. John; second, May 6, 175 1, Sarah Pardee. 
I07e 3. Mary Keeler, born Oct 10, 1725; married June 1, 1748* first, 

Richard Olmstead; second, Vivius Dauchy, a French Huguenot, born in 

France in 1707, and died Dec. 16, 1795. He settled in New Rochelle, 

N. Y., in 1725 ; removed to Ridgefield in 1729. She died May 23, i8i6 r 

aged 90 years, 
iorf 4. Ezra Keeler, born Jan. 4, 1728, and died in infancy, Aug. 13, 1729. 
I07ff 5. Ezra Keeler, born March 22, 1730. 
I07g 6. Phebe Keeler; married Lemuel Deforrest, and died in 1790. It is 

said they had two children, James and Thaddeus. 

Children of DANIEL, son of John and Hittabel Rockwell Keeler, and 
HANNAH WHITNEY KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn.: (23) 

108 1. Daniel Keeler, Jr., a farmer, born about 1730; married Mary 

; (552i) they joined the church at New Canaan Aug. 14, 1753, 

where his father gave him land and £5 additional in his will, which was 
dated Nov. 4, 1764. He died in New Canaan, Dec. 24, 1803, aged 73 
years. 

109 2. Hannah Keeler, born Norwalk; married Dec 29, 1748, Benjamin 
Bolt, son of John and Elizabeth Clemmons Bolt, of Norwalk. She was 
mentioned in her father's will, which was dated Nov. 14, 1764. 

no 3. DOROTHY KEELER, born Norwalk; married June 20, 1750, at 

New Canaan, ABRAM HOYT, (525) a teacher, born Norwalk Oct. 1, 
1724, son of Dea. David Hoyt, of Norwalk, by his first wife. She, too, 
was mentioned in her father's will as having received her share of his 
estate. They removed to South Salem, N. Y., where he died about 1788 
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iii* 4. ISAIAH KEELER, a weaver, born probably New Canaan; bap- 

tized in New Canaan Oct. 5, 1 735- (535) He and his wife, Melicent 
Olmstead Keeler, joined the church in New Canaan Aug. 27, 1 756. 

112 " 5. LYDIA KEELER, born probably New Canaan; baptized in New 
"/ Canaan Dec. 4, 1737. She had £14 by her father's will, and was a 

witness to the marriage contract of her mother with Samuel Betts, of 
Wilton, Conn., July 1, 1766. 

113 6. JEREMIAH KEELER, a tanner and shoemaker, born Norwalk 
about 1740. (538) He had £14 in his father's will, Nov. 14, 1764. Mar- 
ried, South Salem, N. Y., June 15, 1769, ELIZABETH WEED, daughter 
of Peter Weed. They settled at New Canaan, where they joined the 
Congregational Church May 29, 1774. They moved to South Salem, 
where they joined the Presbyterian Church June 2, 1787. They died at 
South Salem, she Dec. 21, 1807, aged 64; he Jan. 14, 1818, aged 78; and 
were buried there in the Presbyterian churchyard. 

114 7. MARY KEELER, baptized at New Canaan May 16, 1742; (543) 
married at New Canaan Aug. 4, 1761, her cousin, Joseph Riggs, son of 
Miles and Elizabeth Whitney Riggs. As she was not mentioned in her 
father's will, but her son Daniel was, it is supposed that she had died 
previous to date of said will, Nov. 14, 1764. He married, second, at 
Wilton, Sept 18, 1764, Margaret Resseguie, both of Norwalk. 

115 8. DINAH KEELER, born Norwalk, baptized New Canaan Aug. I2 f 
1744; married April 29, 1762, in New Canaan, James Canfield. (Her 
father in his will gave her £5 2s. 4d., which, with a previous gift of £22 
4s., made her portion equal to her sister.) His parentage is unknown. 
Mary Canfield, in her will, June 6, 1783, mentions him as her adopted 
son, and after his marriage also adopted his wife, Dinah, and by will 
gave them the use of all her estate, and to be divided among all their 
children equally. They settled at South Salem, where they died, date 
unknown. 

116 9. JOHN KEELER, (14) born Norwalk Aug. 29, 1746; baptized in 
New Canaan Sept. 14, 1746; (551) a farmer; he had by his father's will 
£35 and one-quarter of the remaining land. The Ridgefield Town Records 
say he married Sept. 17, 1767, PHEBE (or Rhoda) HOYT, daughter of 
Aimer and Phebe Hoyt, of New Canaan, where she was born Oct 17. 
1746, baptized Nov. 16, 1746. In their infirm age they went to South 
Hero, Grand Isle County, Vt, to live with their son, Abner Keeler, where 
they died and were buried. 

117 10. JOSEPH KEELER, born Aug. 29, 1746; baptized Sept 14, 1746. 
He had by his father's will £35, and as nothing further could be learned 
of him, it is supposed he died unmarried. Another account says he 
married Hannah Bouton. 

118 11. ELIZABETH KEELER, born at New Canaan (date un- 
known) ; (567) baptized at New Canaan Dec 25, 1748. She had by her 
father's will £27 6s. 4d; as no authentic knowledge for her has been 
obtained, it has seemed probable that she went with her mother to Wilton 
and was that Elizabeth Keeler who married, March 30, 1768, at Wilton, 
Samuel North, of Ridgefield. 

Child of JOSEPH and MEHITTABEL KEELER BLATCHLY, 
daughter of John and Hittabel Rockwell Keeler, of Norwalk, Conn. 
(25) 

119 1. Mary Blatchly, born Norwalk Nov. 9, 1704; her further history 
unknown. 



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Children by second husband, CALEB HAYT, of Norwalk. (25) See 
Hall's History. 

120 1. Benajah Hayt, born Norwalk Dec. 8, 1708; no further account 
of him. 

121 2. David Hayt, born Norwalk Dec. 3, 1710; no further account 
of him. 

122 3. Caleb Hayt, Jr., born Norwalk; married May 16, 1750, Ruth 
Bouton, daughter of Samuel Boughton, of Danbury. 

123 4. Rhoda Hayt, born Norwalk; married Dec. 29, 1734, James Hayes. 

Children of JOSIAH and SARAH KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn. His 
will found at Danbury, dated 1769. 

124 Jonah Keeler. 

125 Samuel Keeler. 

126 Matthew Keeler. 

127 Rachel Keeler. 

128 Lydia Keeler. 

129 Abigail Keeler. 

No further account found of this family. 

No further account found of this family. 

Children of RALPH, JR., 3d, and JEMIMA KEELER, of 

Wilton and Brookfield. (30) 
129a 1. Ralph Keeler, Jr., 4, born probably Brookfield about 1700; married 
(his wife's name not found) ; Danbury probate records say his estate was 
distributed Feb. 4, 1791. 
129b 2. Ebenezer Keeler, born probably Brookfield about 1702; married 
Hannah ; further unknown. (556°) 



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Children of BENJAMIN, son of Jonathan and Abigail Canfield Rockwell, 
and REBECCA WILSON ROCKWELL* of Ridgefield, Conn. : (50) 

130 1. BENJAMIN ROCKWELL, Jr., born probably Ridgefield Aug. 
13, I733J married Sept. 3, 1755, Mary Osborn, (541a) and settled in 
South Salem, and were among those who renewed their covenant at 
South Salem, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1757- He died there Jan. 31, 1780. His 
name was first on the list. 

131 2. JANE ROCKWELL, born probably at Ridgefield Sept. 13, 1735 ; 
married at South Salem Sept. 28, 1758, Seth Hubbel, and as supposed 
lived in South Salem, N. Y. 

132 3. NATHAN ROCKWELL, born South Salem, N. Y., Nov. 22. 
1737; married at South Salem, N. Y., and joined the Presbyterian 
Church under Pastor Mead, Aug. 7, 1774. He was a farmer; he was 
very active in the American Revolution, during which the Tories offered 
a reward for his head. After the war he represented his county for 
several years in the New York State Legislature. He married, first. 

Sarah Hull, 1762; married second, Martha , born July, 1733, died 

January, 1809. He was chosen elder in the Presbyterian Church there 
May 28, 1782. He died there April 14, 1803, greatly respected. (54ig) 

133 4. Deborah Rockwell, born probably at Ridgefield April 4, 1738. 

134 5- Stephen Rockwell, born probably Ridgefield Jan. 14, 1739; was a 
physician. (541m) 

135 6. Jeremiah Rockwell, born probably Ridgefield Nov. 12, 1742. 
I35a 7. Job Rockwell, born probably Ridgefield June, 1746; married Mary 

Morehouse ; she died Feb. 17, 1801 ; he married, second, Widow Munro. 
1801. (54iw) Job Rockwell appears as first witness on the will of his 
brother Nathan, which was proved at Salem, Westchester County. N. Y.. 
May 25, 1803. After his death his widow and Isaac, his only son, lived in 
the old homestead built by Job in 1791. He married Mary Morehouse, 
who died Feb. 17, 1801, and he died Aug. 21, 1807. 

Children of RALPH KEELER 4th (wife not known), supposed of 
Brookfield, Conn. : (62a) 

136 Nathan Keeler, born Oct. 25, 1757; married, 1778, Huldah Baldwin. 
His will at Danbury, dated July 4, 1814. He died 1818; she died 
1841. (556a) 

137 Ebenezer Keeler, born (supposed) at Brookfield (date not found) ; 
baptized May 25. 1760: married Hannah . (556 ) 

138 Jonathan Keeler, a miller, baptized April 21, 1765, at Meek*s Mills. 
Moved to Iron Works, and died aged nearly 70 years. 

139 Benjamin Keeler, born ; married Huldah Ruggles; moved to 

Brookfield; died there aged nearly 70. (S56v) 

140 Rebecca Keeler, born (supposed) at Brookfield ; baptized Aug. 8, 1751 ; 
she married Nathan Hitchcock, and moved to Butternuts, Otsego Co., 
N. Y. 

141 Hannah Keeler, born (supposed) at Brookfield; married David 
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141a Elizabeth Keeler; no further history, except she died in early life. 
141b Sarah Keeler, baptized April 8, 1762; never married; lived with her 

sister Hannah, and died at an advanced age. 

Children of SAMUEL, son of Jonah, grandson of Samuel 1st, and great 
grandson of Ralph Keeler, and MARY KENDRICK KEELER, ot 
Ridgebury, Conn.: (72) 

142 1. Samuel Keeler, born Ridgebury, Conn., June 23, 1737; married 
March 18, 1761, Abiah Benedict. (578) He kept a hotel in Ridgebury in 
the time of the Revolutionary War. He died there Nov. 29, 181 1; she 
died April 13, 1812, at 75 years. 

143 2. Hannah Keeler, born Ridgebury Aug. 14. 1739; married Uriah 
Townsend, and settled in South East, N. Y. (586) 

144 3. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgebury Dec, 1741 ; married Jonathan Gates; 
settled in Ridgebury, Conn. 

145 4. Mary Keeler. born Ridgefield Feb. 14, 1743 ; married, first, Abraham 
Gray; second, Noah Stone, and lived in Litchfield, Conn. 

146 5. Abigail Keeler, born Ridgebury April 7, 1746; married Stephen 
Norris, son of John Norris; settled in Ridgebury. (592) 

147 6. James Keeler, born Ridgebury June 13, 1748; married Abigail 
Whitlock, born Jan. 20, 1750, and settled in Ridgebury. He died April 3, 
1826; she died March 12, 1830. (599a) 

148 7. Daniel Keeler, born Ridgebury July 13, 1750; married March ^2. 
1770. Abigail Isaacs. The old records contain no further account. 

149 8. Nehemiah Keeler, born Ridgebury July 24, 1753; married there 
June 15, 1772, Eleanor Rockwell, daughter of John and Elizabeth Keeler 
Rockwell, of Ridgebury (see his record), where they lived and died — he 
Oct. 28, 1838. (673) 

150 9. Lydia Keeler, born Ridgebury May 26, 1757; married April 1, 1779, 
Joseph Gray, who was born July 7, 1753. He died Oct. 7, 1833 ; she died 
Nov. 7, 1839. (600) 

Children of SAMUEL 3d, son of Samuel and Rebecca Benedict Keeler, 
and ELIZABETH KEELER, of Wilton, Conn. : (63) 

151 1. Samuel Keeler 4th, born Wilton 1741 ; married, first, Tabitha 
Belts; second, Sibyl Leavenworth; third, Widow Dreamer; lived at 
Wilton. He died 1826; she died 1842. (496) 

152 2. Elizabeth Keeler, born Wilton (date not given) ; married April 18. 
1773. Abijah Wallace ; settled at North Salem. 

153 3. Rebecca Keeler, born Wilton; married Thaddeus Keeler, son of 
David Keeler; no date of her birth found. (372O 

154 4. Isaiah Keeler, born Wilton; never married; he was a soldier in 
the Revolutionary War. 

Children of BENJAMIN, son of Timothy and Abigail Osborn Keeler, 
and MARTHA SMITH KEELER, of Ridgefield: (83) 

155 1. Mary (or Martha) Keeler, born Aug. 28, 1757. 

156 2. Sarah Keeler, born April 26, 1760; married probably Benjamin 
Ayres, April 15, 1776; residence probably New Canaan. (6i2e) 

157 3- Grace Keeler, born (date not given). 

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Long Island Sound Jan. 31, 1791 ; ; ten on board, all lost. 

Note. — The above children were named in their father's will, dated 
Jan. 24, 1769, at Danbury. The probate records at Danbury state that 
on Aug. 15, 1792, the estate ot Benjamin Kceler, Jr., was distributed to 
his three sisters, above. 

Children of JEREMIAH and HANNAH SEYMOUR KEELER, prob- 
ably of Ridgefield or Wilton : (84) 

159 1. Hannah Keeler, born probably at Ridgefield July 6, 1765, and died 
July 30, same year. 

160 2. Jeremiah Keeler, Jr., born probably at Ridgefield Dec 6, 1766; 
married Sarah St John, daughter David St John. He died April 17, 
1786. Resided at Ridgefield. (612a) 

160a 3. Hannah Keeler, born July 14, 1770. 

161 4. Thaddeus Keeler, born probably at Ridgefield June 28, 1778; 
married Esther St. John, daughter Nathan. 

Children of JOHN and ELIZABETH KEELER ROCKWELL, of 
Ridgefield : (51 and 75) 

162 1. ELIZABETH ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield July 25, 1732; mar- 
ried Oct. 28, 1762, at Danbury, Capt. Daniel Wildman, son of Jacob and 
Mercy Wildman. They lived at Miry Brook until Nov. 13, 1798, when 
he and his son, Daniel Jr., sold their property there, 166 acres, for $2,250. 
and bought at Bristol, Conn.; the house being large, it was used for a 
place of worship by the Baptist Church of that place, of which he was 
the founder. 

163 2. JOHN ROCKWELL, Jr., (617) born Ridgefield May 12, 1734; a 
farmer and shoemaker; married at Ridgefield April 16, 1754, HANNAH 
SCOTT, daughter of Capt. James and Hannah Scott, of Ridgefield, where 
she was born Oct. 3, 1731. They lived in Ridgefield until Oct. 28, 1764; 
moved to Lanesborough, Mass., where she died. He married, second, 
Widow SALLY RICE Hungerford. She died, and he married, third, a 
French lady in Lower Canada, name unknown. He went late in life to 
reside with his son, John Rockwell, at Cornwall, Vt, where he died Sept- 
6, 1825, at 91 years. 

164 3. DANIEL ROCKWELL, son of John and Elizabeth Keeler Rock- 
well, born Ridgefield Feb. 27, 1735-6; (633) a farmer; married Dec 18, 
I7SQ. ABIGAIL SMITH, of North Salem. N. Y. On Feb. 26, 1772, his 
father gave him a part of his home farm at Mopoos Bogs in Ridgebury, 
where he died June 13, 1795. His widow married Samuel Wildman, and 
died at Danbury. The town records say that April 18, 1796, his estate 
was distributed as follows : To Abigail, his widow ; Silas, his oldest son ; 
Daniel, his second son; Caleb, third son, and Martin, the fourth and 
youngest son ; to Ruth Rockwell Andrus, and Betty Rockwell, the young- 
est (who married her cousin, Obil Rockwell, of Ridgebury). 

165 4 MEHITABEL ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield April 11, 1738; 
married Jan. 1, 1760, at Ridgefield, Thomas Northrup, and settled at 
Lenox, Mas* 

166 5. RACHEL ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield April 9, 1740; married at 
Danbury July 12, 1764, Comfort Wildman, (656) a farmer, only son of 
Thomas and Grace Wildman, of Danbury; he was in the Revolutionary 
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settled at Miry Brook, where he died of smallpox April 2, 1782. She 
married second, Jan. 4, 1787, Benjamin Knapp, of Miry Brook, and she 
died there July 5, 1825. 

167 6. SILAS ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Sept. 25, 1742, and died 
there Nov. 20, 1760. 

168 7. ELIJAH ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield March 30, 1745; married 
at Ridgefield, Nov. 18, 1767, Eunice Gray, who died soon after, June 2, 
1769. His father gave him a part of his homestead in Mopoos Bogs Feb. 
26, 1772, but he went to Lanesborough, Mass., and at an advanced age, 
about 1820, visited Ridgebury, which was the last account obtained of him. 

169 8. SARAH ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield July 24, 1747; married at 
Ridgefield, Dec 8, 1768, William Forrester, (663) who was born in 
Colerain, North of Ireland, son of Frederick and John Gault Forrester, 
grandson of William, and great grandson of Rev. William Forrester, who 
went from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Londonderry, Ireland. He sailed 
from Colerain with his brother, Arthur Forrester, and arrived at New 
Castle, on the Delaware River, Oct. 27, 1762, and went to New York City, 
and thence to Ridgefield in November, 1766. He was a successful trader, 
accumulated a handsome property, which his will (found recorded at 
Danbury) shows consisted mostly in lands lying in Vermont, New York 
State, and one parcel on Long Island, consisting of 50 acres, the proceeds 
of which was named in his will to create a fund for the education of the 
poor children in Ridgebury Society, who should be taught to read the 
Scriptures, write, etc., the fund to be entrusted to the Ecclesiastical 
Society of Ridgebury. He was a Justice of the Peace, and exercised an 
extensive influence among his townsmen. He died at Ridgebury of 
apoplexy, Jan. 29, 1809, in the 66th year of his age. She joined the Con- 
gregational Church at Ridgebury Nov. 11, 1787. In her latter life she 
was an invalid, and not of a sound mind. She died in Ridgebury Jan. 
8, 1832. 

170 9, ABRAHAM ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury Oct. 5, 174^(671) 
a weaver and farmer; married Nov. 29, 1769, at Ridgebury, by Rev. 
Samuel Camp, pastor of the Congregational Church of that place, to his 
second cousin, ESTHER RIGGS, daughter of Miles and Elizabeth 
Whitney Riggs, of Ridgebury, where she was born in November, 1752. 
They settled on his father's homestead, where they died — she May 7, 1816, 
and he Aug. 7, 1818, and were buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

171 10. ELEANOR ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury July 13, 1752; (673) 
married June 1, 1772, at Ridgebury, by Rev. Samuel Camp, to her second 
cousin, NEHEMIAH KEELER, a farmer and captain of militia, son of 
Samuel and Mary Keeler, of Ridgefield, where he was born July 24, 1753. 
They settled in Ridgebury, where they died, she Sept. 22, 181 1. He 
married, second, Hannah, who died Jan. 19, 1821 ; he married, third, Phebe 
Wildman, who died April 3, 1836. He died Oct. 28, 1838. They were 
buried there. 

172 Arthur Forrester, born at Colerain, Ireland, April 19, 1757; (667) 
emigrated to America with his brother William, before mentioned, in the 
year 1762, in childhood; he settled in Ridgebury, where he married 
Dec. 6, 1777,* JEMIMA KEELER, daughter of Lot and Elizabeth Keeler, 
of South Salem, where she was born Oct. 3, 1756.* They settled near his 
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he went away from home to transact business in New York State, haviug 
considerable money in his possession. Not returning, it was supposed 
that he was murdered, as nothing was ever heard of him afterwards. 

Children of DAVID, son of Jonathan and Abigail Canfield Rockwell, as 
named in the distribution of his estate, and ELIZABETH HYATT 
(his first wife) ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury, Conn. : (52) 

173 1. Elizabeth Rockwell, born Ridgebury Jan. 24, 1731 ; no further 
account ot her obtained. 

174 2. David Rockwell, Jr., born Ridgefield Jan. 31, 1734; married, first, 
Mary Atherton, (641) who died May 7, 1778, aged 40; second, Sarah 
Nickerson, Dec. 28, 1779; she died Nov. 6, 1780; third, Susanna Wooden, 
Oct. 16, 1781 ; she died in July, 181 7. He died July 6, 1816. 

175 3- Hannah Rockwell, born Ridgebury Aug. 11, 1738; married Isaac 
Smith, Jr. ; resided at Charlton, Saratoga County, N. Y. 

176 4. Abigail Rockwell, born Ridgebury Jan. 4, 1740; married at Ridge- 
field Aug. io, 1757, Joseph Doolittle, born Wallingford, Conn., Jan. 25, 
1738. (651) 

177 5. Thomas Rockwell; not further found in subsequent history. 
Probably the Thomas Rockwell whose death is recorded at South Salem 
Presbyterian Church, Nov. 18, 1771. 

178 6. Abner Rockwell, born Ridgefield, and it is said subsequently went 
to Stockbridge, Mass., and subsequently to Union, Tioga County, N. Y.. 
where letters addressed to him received no reply. 

179 7. Rebecca Rockwell, born Ridgefield (no date) ; married, as per 
Danbury record, Purdy. Ofck^ ^ ^ (^ juJUl) 

180 8. Mary Rockwell, born Ridgefield (no date) ; married Crit- 

tington; nothing more known. 

181 9. Abiah Rockwell, born Ridgefield; married Jan. 26, I774» James 
Northrup ; nothing more known. 

182 10. Abijah Rockwell, born July i, 175 1 ; married Sept. 30, 1773, Lydia 
Burchard ; settled at Ridgefield. He died there Aug. 19, 1825 ; she died 
Sept. 16, 1848. (652) 

Children of MILES and ELIZABETH WHITNEY RIGGS, of Stam- 
ford, Conn.: (92) 

183 1. JOSIAH RIGGS, born Stamford, Conn., May 18, 1736; a hair 
dresser; married Experience Davis, and settled at North Salem. Date 
of death not obtained. 

184 2. JOSEPH RIGGS, born Stamford, Conn., May 18, 1738; married 
Aug. 4. 1761, at New Canaan, his cousin. MARY KEELER, daughter of 

DANIEL and HANNAH WHITNEY KEELER. She died, and he 
married, second, MARGARET RESSEGUIE Sept. 18, 1764, and settled 
at Norwalk. 

185 3. SARAH RIGGS, born Stamford Oct. 22, 1740; died at her sister's 
in Ohio; not married. 

186 4. Elizabeth Riggs, born Stamford Dec. 17. 1742; married Stewart. 

187 5. Polly Riggs, born about 1744; married Kimberly; went to Ohio 
and died there. • 

188 6. Miles Riggs, Jr., born Norwalk May 20, 1748; married PATTY 
BULL, (812) born 1750. They settled in 1772 in S.E corner town of 
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descendants lived. He married, second, Widow ABIGAIL COWLES, 
and both died there— she Nov. 12, 1833, and he Sept. 20, 1836. He was 
in the war, and at the capture of Burgoyne. 

189 7. Prudence Riggs, born about 1750; married Nov. 29, 1769, at 
Ridgebury, to Samuel Northrop, born Ridgefield March 5, 1746-7 ; he died 

there April 13, 1776. She married, second, Leason, and died at 

Ridgefield. 

190 8. Esther Riggs, born November, 1752; married Nov. 29, 1769, at 
Ridgebury, Conn., by Rev. Samuel Camp, pastor of the Congregational 
Church there, ABRAHAM ROCKWELL, (.671) her second cousin, son 
of John and Elizabeth Keeler Rockwell, of Ridgebury. 

Children of JONATHAN, JR., son of Jonathan and Abigail Canncld 
Rockwell, and ESTHER ROCKWELL, probably of Ridgefield: (53) 

191 1. Abigail Rockwell, born Ridgefield Feb. 3, 1734; married. 

192 2. Mary Rockwell, born Ridgefield March 9, 1736. 

*93 3- Jonathan Rockwell, born Ridgefield Jan. 10, 1738; married Hannah 

Bennett. 

194 4. Esther Rockwell, born Ridgefield July 18, 1740. 

195 5. Ebenezer Rockwell, bora Ridgefield Sept. 3, 1742; married Nov. 5, 
1777, Widow Abigail Smith Worden; she was widow of Dan. Worden. 
He died Dec 4, 1819. (611) 

196 6. Elizabeth Rockwell, born Ridgefield Oct. 15, 1747. 

197 7. Henry Rockwell, born Dec. 13, 1749, at Ridgefield. He died 
March 8, 1814. 

198 8. William Rockwell, born Ridgefield about 1756; married June 16, 
1785, Sarah Worden, daughter of Daniel and Abigail Smith Worden, of 
Ridgefield, where she was born Feb. 16, 1761. They settled in Bungtown 
district. He served through the Revolutionary War. He died in Bung- 
town Aug. 21, 1831 ; she March 9, 1844; buried at Titicus. (608) 

Children of JOSEPH, son of Joseph and Mary Rockwell, and SARAH 
MEAD ROCKWELL, of Wilton, Conn. (His will is on record at 
Fairfield, Conn., dated 1748.) 

199 1. Phebe Rockwell, baptized April 15, 1739; married probably Isaac 
Arnold, and lived in Wilton. She died there in 1807; he died in 1813, 
aged 73. 

200 2. Joseph Rockwell, baptized Dec. 28, 1740; married April 20, 1762, 
Waite Raymond; (631) she died in 1768, aged 24 years; he was a 
lieutenant in the Revolutionary War; he died at Wilton in October, 1825. 

201 3. Hannah Rockwell, baptized June 12, 1743; not further traced. 

202 4. Sarah M. Rockwell, baptized Nov. 8, 1753 ; not further traced. * 

203 5. Lydia M. Rockwell, baptized Sept. 7, 1765 ; married Thaddeua 
Abbott 

Children of DAVID KEELER, Jr. (wife not mentioned), son of David 

and Mary Keeler, grandson of John and Hittabel Keeler, in his will, 

probated Norwalk July 1, 1805: (107c) 

203a John Keeler, no date of birth or marriage; further history unknown. 

203b Ezra Keeler, no date of birth or marriage; his father deeded land to 

him at Wilton, Conn., Dec. 28, 1756. 

203c James Keeler, born ; married March 14, 1758, Abigail Mead; 

resided Norwalk. His will was probated May 10, 1805, dated Nor- 
walk. (372a) 



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303d Thaddeus Keeler; married Rebecca Keeler, of Norwalk, Oct 19, 

1763. (372*) 

Note. — The above John, Ezra, James and Thaddeus are probably the 
children of DAVID No. 22, as there is no record of any other David 
old enough to have been their father, and DAVID No. 107c was only 
20 years of age at the time of his death. See also parents of 372f, in 
which Mr. Boughton says "Sr.") 

Children of VIVUS and MARY KEELER OLMSTEAD DAUCHY: 
(i07e) 
203da 1. Jeremiah Dauchy, born Nov. 1, 1755; died Sept. 20, 1823. He 
married, first, Elizabeth Selleck, of Salisbury, Conn. Their children 
were: 
203daa 1. Luther Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., Jan. 11, 1781; died 

July 27, 1818. 
203dab 2. Lucy Dauchy, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec. 12, 1782; died 
in Indiana. 
Jeremiah Dauchy married, second, June or Jan. 12, 1787, Sarah HulL 
Their children were: 
203dg 1. Betsey Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., April 25, 1788; died 

July 16, 1875. 
203dh 2. William Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., May 15, 1789; died 

April 12, 1858. 
203di 3. Susan Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., Nov. 3, 1791 ; mar- 
ried Capt. James Bird, of Salisbury, Conn. She died May 4, 
1861. (203dr) 
203dj 4. Heman Dauchy, bora Salisbury, Conn., March 5, 1793; died 

Oct. 16, 1832. 
203dk 5. Sally Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., Jan. 30, 1795; died 

Dec. 4, 185S. 
203dl 6. Mary Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., July 4, 1707; died 

Oct. 20, 1856. 
203dm 7. Edwin Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., Sept. 8, 1800; died 

Sept. 28, 1879. 
203dn 8. Henry Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., May 25, 1802; died 

May 4, 1851. 
3Q2d° 9. Emeline Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., April 13, 1804; 

died Oct. 3, 1876. 
203dp 10. Frederick Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., July 29, 1807; 
died Oct. 10, 1877. 
# 203dq 11. Salome Dauchy, born Salisbury, Conn., April 14, 1809; 
died May 5, 1847. 
203db 2. Thomas Dauchy, born Nov. 5, 1757. 

203dc 3. Vivus Dauchy, born Dec. 8, 1759; died in French and Indian War. 
203de 4. Mary Dauchy, born March 18, 1764. 
203df 5. Jacob Dauchy, born March 2, 1768; died Dec. 26, 1857. 

Children of Captain JAMES and SUSAN DAUCHY BIRD, of Salis- 
bury, Conn.: (203di) 
203dr 1. Ripley Bird, born Salisbury March 6, 1814; died Oct. 22, 1883. 
203ds 2. Virgil Bird, born Salisbury May 31, 1815; died March 27, 1895. 
203dt 3. Henrietta Bird, born Salisbury July 14, 1818; died (date not 

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203du 4. Annis Bird, born Salisbury Nov. 1, 1820; died Sept 14, 1868. 
203dv 5. Isaac Bird, born Salisbury March 4, 1822; died (date unknown). 
203dw 6. Celestia Bird, born Salisbury April 8, 1825; married John M. 

Leach, and had three children — Marion, Harriet S. and George H. She 

died Oct. 24, 1899. 
203dx 7. Sarah Bird, bora Salisbury July 31, 1826. 
203dy 8. James Bird, born Salisbury March 8, 1828; died Dec. 20, 1885. 
203dz 9. Marion Bird, born Salisbury June 26, 1832; died Nov. 8, 1901. 
203d& 10. George Bird, born Salisbury Nov. 6, 1834. 

Children of JONAH, son of Joseph and Mary Rockwell, of Wilton, and 

DOROTHY ROCKWELL, of Wilton: (60) 

203c 1. John Rockwell, born Wilton about 1732; married Oct. 22, 1755, 

Sarah Whelpley. 
203f 2. Elihu Rockwell, born Wilton about 1736. 
203g 3. Amos Rockwell, born Wilton about 1738. 
203b 4. Jonah Rockwell, Jr., born about 1740 at Wilton; married Aug. 5,. 

1766, Mary Higgins. This family lived in Wilton. (632a) 

Children of Dr. NOAH, son of Joseph and Mary Higgins Rockwell, 

and MERCY ROCKWELL, of Wilton, Conn. : (62) 

203i 1. John Rockwell, a supposed son of Dr. Noah of Wilton, born about 

1735; married Jan. 15, 1758, Miriam Higgins. 
203J 2. Joseph Rockwell, born Wilton about 1740; married April 14, 1762,. 

Mary Mead. 

Children of TIMOTHY, son of Timothy and Abigail, and his two wives — 
first, Mary Hoyt; second, Widow Hannah Dunning KEELER, of 
Ridgefield: (80) 

204 1. Mary Keeler, born Ridgefield Jan. 28, 1746; married, first, Norths 
rop; second, S. Camp. 

205 2. Timothy Keeler, Jr., born Ridgefield May 10, 1748; married 
Esther Kellogg Dec. 6, 1770. He died 1815; she died Oct. 4, 1818. (452) 

206 3. David Keeler, born Ridgefield April 16, 1750; not married; 
drowned June 16, 1814; not mentioned in his father's will, 1799. 

207 4. Thaddeus Keeler, born Ridgefield April 2, 1752; married May 22, 
1784, Ruth Keeler. He died March 13, 1803; she died June 16, 1814. (463) 

208 5. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield April 4, 1754; married 

Northrup. 

209 6. Abigail Keeler. born Ridrefield June 8, 1756; married R. Sanford. 
axo 7. *Jeremiah Keeler, bora Ridgefield April 4, 1760; married Huldab 

Hull, and settled at South Salem. He died in May, 1853. (470) 



♦Note. — D. Hamilton Hurd's History of Fairfield County, Conn., has 
the following account regarding the above Jeremiah Keeler: "Among 
those who witnessed the attack of General Tryon (British) on the village 
of Ridgefield, April 27, 1777, was a young man scarcely seventeen years 
old by the name of Jeremiah Keeler. The scene aroused all the patriotic 
fire in his soul, and determined his future course. At the solicitation 
of CoL Bradley, he eagerly enlisted in the regular Continental army,, 
and shared the fatigues and dangers of the three memorable years that 
followed. He was assigned to the post of Orderly Sergeant under 
General de Lafayette, and at the siege of Yorktown Sergeant Keeler was 
one of the first to scale the breastworks in the face of a murderous fire, 
for which gallantry General de Lafayette presented him with a sword, 
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211 8. Hannah Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 30, 1762; died March 13, 1827. 

212 9. Jonathan Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 14, 1765; married Joanna 
Stebbins. She died July 20, 1825 ; he died Oct. 1, 1847. 

213 10. Benjamin Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 13, 1768; married Eunice 
Olmstead, born Dec. 1, 1773. He died Dec. 11, 1836. 

Children of BENJAMIN and MARTHA SMITH KEELER, of Nor- 

walk, Conn. (83) (This account was obtained from Probate Court 

records at Fairfield, copy of will of Benjamin Keeler, dated Feb. 15, 

1789.) : 

a 1 3a 1. Elizabeth Keeler, born Norwalk; no further history obtained. 

213b 2. Hannah Keeler, born Norwalk; married Sept. 26, 1786, probably 

Daniel Dunning. 
.213c 3. Anna Keeler, born Norwalk; married March 10, 1791, probably 

Noah Nash. (480a) 
213d 4. Timothy Keeler, born Norwalk; no further history obtained. 

2i3e 5. Elijah Keeler, born Norwalk; married Jan. 20, 1778, Naomi 

Gregory. (48oe). 
2i3f 6. Nathan Keeler, born Norwalk; no further history obtained. 

Children of MATTHEW and DEBORAH CLOSE KEELER, of 
Ridgefield, Conn. : (76) 

214 1. Deborah Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 10, 1752; married Dec 12, 
1770, Benj. Stebbins. She died Oct. 9, 1788; he died March 30, 1812. 

215 2. Ruth Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 11, 1754; married May 27, 1784, 
Thaddeus Keeler, son of Timothy, Jr. He died March 11, 1803; she died 
June 16, 1814. 

216 3. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 23, 1756; married March 23, 
1780, Jacob Smith, who was born April 2, 1752. She died March 22, 1825. 

217 4. Hannah Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 5, 1758; died in infancy, 
Jan. 6, 1762. 

.218 5. Abigail Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 5, 1760; married Jared North- 

rop, born Nov. 19, 1761, son of Aaron and grandson of Joseph. She died 
Feb. 14, 181 2. 

219 6. Matthew Keeler, Jr., born Ridgefield April 10, 1762; married, 1785. 
Ruth Benedict, born Sept. 6, 1766. He died Jan. 28, 1835. (500) 

220 7. Jonah Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 2, 1764; died in childhood, 
July 9, 1767. 

221 8. Hannah Keeler 2d, born Ridgefield July 27, 1765; married Gamaliel 
Benedict, born Nov. 9, 1760. (See Benedict Genealogy, page 106.) 

222 9. Dorcas Keeler, born Ridgefield July 24, 1768; married Joel 
St. John. 

223 10. Lydia Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 7, 1770, and died March 
12, 1777. 

224 11. Jonah Keeler, born Ridgefield June 5, 1772; married Dec 30, 
1794, Rebecca Raymond, born Aug. 29, 1773. He died April 26, 1836; 
she died Feb. 26, 1851, aged 77 years. (509) 

Children of JOSEPH, JR., son of Joseph and Elizabeth Whitney Keeler, 
and JANE WILLSON KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn.: (97) 

.225 1. Phebe Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec. 24, 1737. 

226 2. Joseph Keeler 3d, born Ridgefield Jan. 31, 1740; resided at Phila- 

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22] 3. Benjamin Keeler, born Ridgefield May 23, 1742 ; further unknown. 

Possibly the Benjamin Keeler whose will is found on Fairfield records, 
dated Feb. 15, 1789. 

228 4. Seth Keeler, born Ridgefield June 30, 1744. He also resided at 
Philadelphia, Vt., in 1789. 

229 5. Ebenezer Keeler, born Ridgefield May 19, 1746; further account 
of him not obtained. 

230 6. Ezra Keeler, born Ridgefield July 16, 1748; further not obtained. 

231 7- Jane Keeler, born Ridgefield July 24, 1750; further not obtained. 

Children of ISAAC, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Keeler, and (first wife) 
MARY WHITNEY KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn.: (98) 

232 i. IbAAC KEELER, Jr., born in Ridgefield, Conn., Aug. 8, 1739; 

married Jan. 16, 1760, at Ridgefield, RACHEL NORTHROP (687), who 
died soon after. Jan. 17, 1763, he married, second, SARAH SMITH, 
born Ridgefield Dec. 8, 1740. He sold his home in Ridgefield to his 
"brother Josiah, and was living in North Salem, N. Y., in 1787. They 
removed to Milton, N. Y., and were living there in June, 1803. Date of 
their death not given. 

223 2. JOSIAH KEELER, born in Ridgefield June 22, 1741 ; married 

Elizabeth Stebbins, (689) who was born in Ridgefield Aug. 10, 1746. 
They settled in the vicinity of Mamanasco Pond, where he died about 
1777. She married, second, 1781, Benjamin Barbery, by whom she had 
one child (Ira), and she died Oct. 26,. 1799. 

234 3- JACOB KEELER, born Ridgefield July 10, 1743; married BETTY 

. After living at Cortland Manor and Ridgefield, they settled at 

North Salem, where they resded in 1791, and he was acting executor of 

, his father's will. 

235 4. Elijah Keeler, born Ridgefield June 26, 1745; married Elizabeth 

; (604). They settled at Ridgefield, where in 1791 he mortgaged 

his home lot and his iron works for £212 17s. 6d. (69) 

236 5. MARY KEELER, born Ridgefield June 3, 1747, and was named 
in her father's will, dated Feb. 2, 1778; further of her not known. 

237 6. GABRIEL KEELER, born Ridgefield April 23, 1749; probably 
died young, as there was no mention of him in his father's will. 

Children of ISAAC and his second wife, HANNAH STEBBINS 
KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (98) 
538 7. ANNE KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., Feb. 27, I7S3J named 

in her father's will. 

239 8. HANNAH KEELER, born Ridgefield Nov. 1, 1757; further 
account unknown, except that she, too, was named in her father's will. 

240 9. DOROTHY KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 15, 1759; further 
account unknown, except mentioned in father's will. 

241 10. CHLOE KEELER, born Ridgefield March 21, 1761 ; further 
account unknown, except mentioned in father's will. 

242 11. PHINEAS KEELER, born Ridgefield July 1, 1763; married, 
first, ELIZABETH LOBDELL, born April 5, 1765 ; (314 and 685) 
she died in West Milton, N. Y.; second, MARY ELLIS, born June 19, 
1806, died Jan. 12, 1888. They lived at North Salem until 1800, where 
he was named in his father's will. They moved to West Milton, N. Y., 
where he died Oct. 31, 1847. 

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243 1. Stephen Keeler, bom Ridgefield, and as the oldest son was entitled 

to a double portion of his father's estate, but dying without children, ms 
portion, £197 is 3d, was ordered to be distributed to his six brothers and 
sisters, April 5, 1774, and approved by the court March 7, 1775. 
. 244 2. Daniel Keeler (birth not recorded) ; married, first, Elizabeth 

Burr. (703) He lived at Limestone in Ridgefield, in 1799. His wil*, 
dated Aug. 2, 1802, named his wife ABIGAIL and six children as his 
legatees. His will was presented in court June 5, 1806; his widow 
received her portion May 12, 1807. It is supposed her name before 
marriage was Richards. 

245 3. JABEZ KEELER, born Ridgefield January, 1751; a farmer, and 
received a part of his father's estate Oct. 23, 1765. He served in the 
Revolutionary War. He married at Ridgefield, April 20, 1777, Sarah 
Benedict, (709) daughter of John and Esther Stebbins Benedict, of 
Ridgefield, where she was born March 7, 1753. They lived in Ridgefield 
till 1801, when they moved to Kortright, N. Y., where he died in August, 
1825. The land records show that they lived in Orange County, N. Y. t 
and also in Cayuga County in 1814, at which time they sold their share 
in the estate of her father, John, and sister, Delight Benedict. She died 
at Moravia, Cayuga County, N. Y., at the house of her son John Keeler. 

246 4- NATHAN KEELER, born in Ridgefield; married Sarah 

. (719) It was said that he joined the British in the Revolutionarv 

War, and was killed in battle. His estate, £125 7s. od., was distributed 
to his widow and son, Nathan Keeler. They went to Stamford before 
Feb. 19, 1798, at which date she sold dower land at Limestone to Nathan 
Keeler. (Probably it was to her son.) 

247 5. Philip Keeler, born Ridgefield about 1760; a millwright; married 
Jan. 8, 1784, Hannah Hull. (720) They settled at Limestone, where they 
spent their lives and their grandson, Philip Burr Keeler. lived in 1873. 
She died there March 9, 1826, aged 64 years. He married, second, 

Sally , and died there May 28. 1838, having been a soldier in the 

Revolutionary War. 

248 6. SARAH KEELER, born in Ridgefield; married April 1, 1773, at 
Ridgefield, AVERY BOUTON, (728) who died in Ridgefield April 3, 
*794t aged 48 years. She married, second, Daniel Sherwood, who died 
soon after marriage. 

249 7. Esther Keeler, born in Ridgefield and died unmarried, June 10, 
1773- 

Children of LOT and ELIZABETH GOODENOUGH KEELER, of 
South Salem, N. Y.: (100) 

250 1. DAVID KEELER (birth not recorded) ; married at South Salem 
April 23, 1770, AMY INGERSOL, (730) born at Bedford, N. Y., about 
1748. He served in the Revolutionary War, and also two campaigns in 
Canada. He died at South Salem Jan. 22, 1826, aged 78 years. 

251 2. DORCAS KEELER, born probably in South Salem; renewed 
her covenant with the Presbyterian Church there March 12, 1775- 

252 3. JEMIMA KEELER, baptized at South Salem, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1756; 
married Arthur Forrester, and settled in Ridgebury. (See his record.) 

253 4. BETTY KEELER; record says baptized at South Salem June 
15, 1760. 

254 5. LOT KEELER; record says baptized July 22, 1764. 

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married Sally, daughter of Stephen and Mercy Andress Bouton, of South 
Salem, Dec. 24, 1800. They lived at Cato, Cayuga County, N. Y., and 
died there. 

256 7. LEWIS KEELER (birth not stated). 

Children of PAUL and SMITH KEELER, of Ridgefield, 

Conn.: (101) 

257 1. *Paul Keeler, Jr.; married Feb. 7, 1775, SARAH CORNWELL* 
(737) They bought, April 12, 1778, 12 rods of land where the M. E. 
church of Ridgefield now stands. They sold their land in Ridgefield and 
moved to northern Pennsylvania, near the Great Bend of the Susquehanna. 

258 2. Sarah Keeler; married Brundage, of South Salem, and 

moved to Orange County, N. Y., which was the last known of them. 

Children by his second wife, SARAH WOOD KEELER, of South 
Salem, N. Y. : (101) 

259 3. EBENEZER KEELER, baptized at South Salem. N. Y., May 31. 
1752; married ESTHER BIRCHARD, (745) at Wilton. He was a 
soldier of the Revolutionary War, but died of smallpox at Wilton, date 
unknown. 



*Note. — Paul Keeler, Jr., son of Paul Keeler, was born at Ridgefield, 
Conn., April 9, 1756. On Feb. 7, 1775, he married, af Ridgefield, Sarah 
Burt Cornwell. He bought land and built a house on the lot now occu- 
pied by the M. E. Church at Ridgefield, and deeded the same to Nathan 
Dandey, Jan. 8, 1796. In 1790 he went to the vicinity of the Great Bend 
of the Susquehanna. It is said that after he moved to Pennsylvania one 
of the daughters became anxious to return to her former home, and that 
she made a visit on horseback to Ridgefield. Among the records in the 
Recorder's office at Wilkesbarre, Luzerne County, Pa., ih Deed Book 
No. 3, page 560, is recorded a deed from Nathan Whitlock to Paul Keeler 
of one hundred and fifty acres of land, being lot No. 5, situate in certified 
Township of Northmoreland, Luzerne County, Pa. The above tract of 
land is situate opposite Falls Village, now Wyoming County, Pa. He 
sold this tract a short time after this, and settled about two miles below 
Falls Village, where he lived until his death, Nov. 16, 1812, and he was 
buried in the family graveyard. His will, dated the 5th day of November, 
1812, was probated Jan. 6, 1813, and is on file in the Register's office at 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

His son, Asa Keeler, left an autobiography, and in it he says his 
father was a trumpeter in Sheldon's Light Horse in the Revolutionary 
army. At the time of his death his wife and all his children were living, 
and all the children were married except the three youngest All the 
children were born at Ridgefield and their births are recorded there, 
except the two youngest, Fanny and Mary, who were born in Pennsyl- 
vania. His wife lived on the farm until the marriage of her daughter 
Mary to Andrew Montanye, when she moved to Exeter Township, 
Luzerne County, and lived with her daughter Mary until her death, April 
17, 1826, and she was buried by the side of her husband. The farm was 
purchased by his son Asa, who gave it to his son Sterne, and at the death 
of Sterne Keeler his son Hendrick B. Keeler purchased it, and at this 
writing lived on it This farm has been owned by four successive genera- 
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a6o 4. Daniel Keeler; no further account of him was found. 

261 5. NATHAN KEELER, born at South Salem, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1755; 
baptized there Nov. 5, 1755; a grocer. Married at Wilton, Conn., 
REBECCA NICHOLS, (750) who was born Jan. 22, 1760. They settled 
in New York City, and died there— he Nov. 5, 1826, aged 72; she Dec. 
5, 1849, aged 89 years. He had been a soldier of the Revolutionary War. 

262 6. LOIS KEELER, baptized at South Salem, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1757; 
married Feb. 5, 1789, at South Salem, BENJAMIN KELLOGG. (755) 
They died at South Salem, he falling dead in his garden about 1794; she 
died there June 1, 1829. They were interred in the Presbyterian church- 
yard, South Salem. 

263 7. EUNICE KEELER, baptized South Salem, N. Y., Sept. 16. 1759; 
married June 11, 1789, HEZEKIAH LYON, a farmer of Weston, Conn.; 
he died without children. She married, second, J. Osborn, who also died 
childless. She married, third, John Thorp, and then she died, Sept. 2, 
1844; no children. 

264 8. AARON KEELER, born South Salem, June 17. 1761 ; (759) 
baptized June 28, 1761 ; married there March 13, 1791, MARY BROOKS, 
born there March 5, 1768. He died at South Salem Dec. 31, 1811. of 
typhoid fever, after five days' illness. She died Feb. 17, 1868, aged 99 
years, 11 months and 12 days. 

Notk. — Aaron Keeler was in one of the first military companies formed 
in Ridgefield for the Revolutionary War. (History of Ridgefield.) 

265 9. MARY KEELER, born South Salem June 17, 1761, (772) and 
baptized June 28, 1761 ; married Jan. 25, 1798, at South Salem, JAMES 
MARVIN, a farmer, son of Uriah and Sarah Scott Marvin, born at 
Ridgefield March 28, 1766. (391k) 

266 10. Obadiah Keeler, born South Salem, N. Y., a farmer, and remained 
on the homestead to take care of his mother after his father died, and 
after she died he lived with his sisters. He was subject to fits ot 
dementia, during which he died, aged about 40 years. 

Children of SILAS and ABIGAIL ELMER KEELER, of Ridgefield, 
Conn. : ( 102) 

267 BETTY KEELER, born Ridgefield Jan. 3, 1748; married DAVID 
BOLAND, (776) born Woodbury, Conn,, July 23, 1748. They settled in 
Sharon, Conn., and there died — he June 8, 1795 ; she Jan. 8, 1838, in her 
91st year. He was an officer in the Revolutionary Army. 

268 2. ABIGAIL KEELER, born Ridgefield May 30, 1750; married 
JOHN ELLISON. They settled at Greenbush, N. Y., where he died, 
and she married, second, JACOB SCHERMERHORN ; probably moved 
to Schenevus, N. Y., and died, 1830. 

269 3. LYDIA KEELER ,born Ridgefield Nov. 4, 1751 ; married, March, 
1773, at Ridgebury, her second tiousin, JEREMIAH KEELER, son of 
Jonah and Mary Keeler, of North Salem, where he was born in 1754. They 
settled on his father's homestead in North Salem, and there died — he 
May 5, 1812, and she Sept. 23, 1832, and were buried in the North Salem 
Cemetery. His will was dated Feb. 25, 1805. 

270 4. MELICENT KEELER, born Ridgefield June 11, 1753; married 
Nov. 20, 1770, at Ridgefield, THOMAS NORTHROP, (793) born there 
Sept. 26, 1751. They settled at Ridgebury, but were living at North 
Salem at the time of his death, June 3, 1807. She also died there Feb. 6, 
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Salem. He spent eight years in the U. S. service as a soldier in the 
Revolution. 

271 5. Martha Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 1, 1755; married March 25, 
1779, at Sharon, Conn., JOHN WHITE, (797) born at Sharon June 3. 
1753; he died there April 12, 1812. She then went to live with her 
children at Cortlandville, N. Y., and died there at the house of her son, 
John Keeler White, in March, 1844, aged 89. 

272 6. NATHANIEL KEELER, born Ridgefield Oct. 10, 1757; a farmer; 
married March 22, 1783, JEMIMA BARNUM, (804) who was born at 
North Salem Oct. 25, 1758. They moved to Galway, N. Y., and from 
there in 1812 to Fenner, N. Y., where she died April 2, 1834. He also 
died there Sept. 30, 1853. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. 
and a deacon in the Baptist Church at Fenner, N. Y. 

273 7. LEWIS KEELER, born Ridgefield April 4, 1760. Served in the 
Revolutionary War, and went back to Ridgefield for a visit to his friends 
there late in life. The name of his wife was not obtained. He died at 
Pompton, N. J., in 1849, aged 89, leaving a widow there. (810a) 

274 8. THOMAS KEELER, born Ridgefield April 8, 1762. He enlisted 
in the Revolutionary War at the age of 14, and served through till the 
army was disbanded at Newburgh. It is reported that he married and 
had six children, and lived in Spencertown, Columbia County, N. Y., until 
the War of 1812, when he again went into the service, but died on his 
way home in 18 14. The account of his family could not be obtained. 

275 9- MARY KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., May 26, F764; (818) 
married at North Salem Nov. 14, 1784, Reuben Doolittle (see 78), son 
of Joseph and Abigail Rockwell Doolittle, of Ridgebury, where he was 
born April 19, 1761. They settled at Malta, N. Y. He died while on a 
visit to his son, Rev. Horace Doolittle, in New Jersey, and she died at 
her son's (Henry Doolittle) at Ballston, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1852. Dr. Prime 
of the New York Observer, in his issue of Jan. 20, 1853, gave a very 
interesting account of her Christian life and example, and her fidelity 
to her profession. 

276 10. RHODA KEELER. born Ridgefield Dec. 30, 1766; Married 
ABRAHAM AMBLER. (825) But little has been learned of them. She 
died at Spencertown, N. Y., about 181 1. He married, second, Rowena 
Boland, daughter of John and Betsey Keeler Boland. 

Children of JOHN and SARAH NORTHROP KEELER, of Ridgefield, 
Conn.: (103) 

277 1. SARAH KEELER, born in Ridgefield July 12, 1751 ; married 
Aug. 11, 1773, at Ridgebury, NOAH STARR, (833) born March 24, 1753 J 
he died Jan. 6, 1782. 

278 2. John Keeler, Jr., born Ridgefield Jan. 10, 1753; married Dec. 6, 
1775, in Norwalk, PATTY OLMSTEAD, (838) who was born in Nor- 
walk Aug. 2, 1756. They settled in Ridgebury, where they died— he Dec 
*7, 1798; she died May 1, 1812. They were buried in Ridgebury Ceme- 
tery, but their graves are not marked. 

Children of ELIJAH, son of Elijah Keeler, nth child of Joseph and 
Elizabeth Whitney Keeler, and SARAH KEELER, of Ridgefield, 
Conn.: (104) 
379 1. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 16, 1749; married about 1767, 

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Ballston, N. Y. He died, it is said, at an advanced age, in Broome 

County, N. Y. 
380 2. REBECCA KEELER, born Ridgefield April 29, 1751 ; married, as 

his second wife, LEMUEL BANGS, (850) born at Harwich, Mass., Dec 

3*1 1739- They moved to Grand River, Upper Canada, where she died 

Feb. 24, 1812. eH died May 9, 1824, at the house of his daughter, Mrs. 

Sarah Bangs Smith, probably at Portageville, N. Y. 
.281 j. FREELOVE KEELER, born Ridgefield Jan. 12, 1754; married 

JACOB NASH, (859) born Aug. 30, 1751. They settled in Ridgefield, 

where she died before the Revolution. 

382 4- ELIJAH KEELER, born Ridgefield Jan. 12, 1756; married at 
Lanesborough, Mass., April 19, 1779, Eleanor Squires. They moved to 
Charlotte, Vt, and in 1812 to Malone, N. Y., where he died May 27, 

1835. (859a) n r ' . f 

383 5. LEVI KEELER, born Ridgefield April 4, 1758; a farmer; married 
Jan. 13, 1782, at Ridgefield, DORCAS SMITH, (860) daughter of 
Thomas and Adah Hoyt Smith, born there Aug. 31, 1760. He died at 
Ridgefield May 5, 1812; she died there April 4, 1844. He was a soldier 
in tne Revolutionary War. 

^84 6. ENOS KEELER, born Ridgefield Oct. 24, 1760; no further 

account found. 
585 7. ELIZABETH KEELER, born Ridgefield Nov. 14, 1762; no further 

account found. 
.286 ?. RACHEL KEELER, born Ridgefield Nov. 27, 1764; no further 

account found. 

287 9. JOSEPH KEELER, born Ridgefield Dec. 27, 1766; no further 
account found. 

288 10. JONAH KEELER, born Ridgefield April 26, 176—; no further 
account found. 

289 11. MARTIN KEELER, born Ridgefield Jan. 14, 17— (figures ob r i 
terated) ; no further account found. 

Children of THOMAS, JR., son of Thomas and Sarah Resco Rockwell, 
and RUTH BENEDICT (daughter of Dea. James Benedict) ROCK- 
WELL, of Ridgefield, Conn., and Butternuts, N. Y. : (55) 

390 1. Sarah Rockwell, born March 1, 1733; married Thomas Seymour. 

291 2. Ruth Rockwell, born March 1, 1733, and died Oct. 12, 1736. 

3. Hannah Rockwell, born Ridgefield Feb. 24, 1736; married Ezekie! 
Wilson; died 1765. . . T . . 

4. Ruth Rockwell, born Ridgefield Nov. 30, 1737; married Josiah 
Stebbins; died 1766. . . T 

5. Phebe Rockwell, born Ridgefield Oct. 14, 1739; married Joseph 

Mead. . , 

6. Thankful Rockwell, born Ridgefield Feb. 25, 1743 ; married Joseph 

Mead. . . « 1 

296 7. Martha Rockwell, born Ridgefield May 12, 1744; married Samuel 

Olmstead ; died July 29, 1784. £ _^ 

207 8. Thomas Rockwell 3d, born Ridgefield Jan. 16, 1740; married, first, 
Rhianea Hubb; second, Ruth Whitlock; settled in Cincinnatus, N. Y. 
Sne died March 7, 1828. He was run over by a cart and died Aug. 15. 

208 9. James Rockwell, born Ridgefield June 9, I75<>; married Oct 17. 
1769, Abigail Hawley, born Oct. 24, 1749- (412) He died Nov. 25, 1808; 
she Jan 6 1821. They lived at Ridgefield. He was a lieutenant in the 



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Revolution. His commission was signed by Jonathan Trumbull, and was 
in the hands of Charles L. Rockwell, cashier of the First National Bank, 
Meriden, Conn., in 1894. 
29Q 10. Dorcas Rockwell born Ridgefield Feb. 12, 1752, and died in child- 

hood, March 17, 1759. 

300 11. Thaddeus Rockwell (son of Thomas and Ruth Benedict 
Rockwell, (422) of Ridgefield, Conn.) was born Nov. 23, 1753; married 
about 1770, at South Salem, N. Y., MEHITABEL SMITH, who waj 
tne mother of all his children, though it is said he married a second wife, 
but her name is not given, neither the date ot his death. His wife died 
June 9, 1801. He was a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War; also an 
elder in the Presbyterian Church at South Salem. He was a venerable 
appearing man, and in the absence of the pastor of the church he would 
take his place in front of the pulpit and conduct the public services. 

Children of JOHN, son, of Thomas and Sarah Resco Rockwell, and 
ABIGAIL BELDEN ROCKWELL, of Norwalk, Conn. : (56) 

301 1. John Rockwell, Jr., born probably at Norwalk Sept. 3, 1734. 

302 2. Thomas Rockwell, born probably Norwalk Aug. 27, 1736. The 
records of the Presbyterian Church at South Salem say that Thomas 
Rockwell and his wife joined the church there Oct. 2, 1768. 

Children of JABEZ, son of Thomas and Sarah Resco Rockwell, and 
KEZIAH ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (57) 

303 1. JABEZ ROCKWELL, Jr., born Ridgefield July 1, 1740; married, 
first, Elizabeth Sperry. (445) She died, but the date not found. He 
married Oct. 11, 1778, second, at Ridgebury, by Rev. Samuel Camp, 
Phebe Bedicut, and a record is found in South Salem Presbyterian 
Church that Jabez Rockwell married Sarah Rundle in 1784; probably 
not the same Jabez. They settled in Butternuts, Otsego County, N. Y. t 
where he died in 1837. The public records in Danbury furnish a detailed 
account of his service in the Revolutionary War, too lengthy for intro- 
duction here, further than to say he enlisted May 9, 1775, in 7th Company, 
6th Regiment, Col. Samuel H. Parsons, and was discharged Nov. 13, 
1775. The records of the Probate Court at Danbury appointed Keziah 
Rockwell administratrix of the estate of Jabez Rockwell, Sr., deceased, 
under date Aug. 29, 1757; and Feb. 6, 1758, the records say that Jabez 
Rockwell, the son of Jabez Rockwell, being of lawful age to choose a 
guardian, chose Jonah Foster, and his brother Josiah chose Recompense 
Thomas, of Ridgebury, as his guardian. Soon after the burning of 
Danbury in 1777, Jabez Rockwell, Jr., removed to Butternuts, Otsego * 
County, N. Y., where many of his relatives followed and settled in the 
vicinity and became numerous. He subsequently married, third, Elixa- 
beth Andrus, and settled in Guilford, N. Y. The old family Bible of 
Jabez Rockwell, Jr., was still in the possession of his descendants in 1894. 

304 2. JOSIAH ROCKWELL, son of Jabez and Keziah Rockwell, of 
Ridgefield, born Ridgefield about 1737; married, first, Mary Scott (date 
not found) ; she died in 1782, and he maVried, second, Christianna, bap- 
tized 1771. Rev. Samuel Camp's records say Josiah and wife Christi- 
anna united with the Congregational Church at Ridgebury June 29, 
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Children of DAVID and ELIZABETH HYATT WHITNEY, ot 
Norwalk, Conn. : (93) 

305 1. EBENEZER WHITNEY, born Norwalk, Aug. 8, 1742; married 
Ruth Raymond. He died at New Canaan April 2, 1808; she died May 
3h 1839. 

306 2. TIMOTHY WHITNEY, born Norwalk, 1744; married, first, at 
Norwalk, Feb. 25, 1770, Anna Wood ; she died in 1785 ; he married, second, 
Abigail Smith; she died in November, 1803. He died June 15, 1825. 

There were other children born and died. (See Whitney's Genealogy ) 

307 11. DEBORAH WHITNEY, born Norwalk July 20, 1758; married 
Sept. 26, 1 781, Isaac Keeler, born April 20, 1759. She died Dec. 5, 1838 ; 
he died at Norwalk March 20, 1814. (571) 

308 12. DAVID H. WHITNEY, born Aug. 25, 1761 ; married Nancy 
Raymond, and settled at Walton, N. Y. He died at Walton, N. Y., Sept. 
7, 1834. She died at the residence of her son, Thaddeus S. Whitney, at 
Taylor, N. Y, Feb. 18, 1865. 

THE BROWN CONNECTION. 

308a SAMUEL BROWN.— The Brown connection begins with SAMUEL 
BROWN, supposed of Connecticut, born April 24, 1734; married Susan- 
nah, born March 28, 1757. 

Children of SAMUEL and SUSANNAH BROWN, probably of North 
Salem, N. Y. (No back reference.) 
308b 1. Rebecca Brown, born May 13, 1760; never married; died Feb. 

20, 1840. 

308c 2. Abby Brown, born April 10, 1762; married Palmer. 

3o8d 3. Susannah Brown, born Aug. 14, 1764; further not known. 

3o8e 4. Nathan Brown, born Feb. 20, 1767; married, first, Chloe Lobdell; 

second, Violetta Allen. (331) 
3o8f 5. Prudence Brown, born Aug. 9, 1771 ; no further account found. 
3o8g 6. Samuel Brown, Jr., born March 11, 1783; no further account found. 

THE LOBDELL CONNECTION. 

To Miss Grace Lobdell, daughter of Mr. John Lobdell, of Ridgebury, 
the compiler acknowledges himself indebted for the valuable account of 
the early ancestors of the Lobdells, as follows : 

309 The first known were JOSHUA and EUNICE LOBDELL. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

Children of JOSHUA and EUNICE LOBDELL, of Ridgefield: (309) 

310 JOSHUA LOBDELL, JR. Where he was born or whether there 
were other children of Joshua and Eunice, it could not be ascertained 
by the writer. Said Joshua Lobdell married Mary Reynolds, and settled 
in Ridgefield. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

Children of JOSHUA and MARY REYNOLDS LOBDELL, of 
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311 i. * Jacob Lobdell, orn probably Ridgefield; fufther unknown. 

312 2. Ebenezer Lobdell, born Dec. 1, 1730; married Deborah; resided 
(supposed) at North Salem. (328) (See Ebenezer's children for fourth 
generation. ) 

313 3- Jonathan Lobdell, born Ridgefield; further unknown. „ 

314 4- Elizabeth Lobdell; supposed to be the one who married Phineas 
Keeler and settled in West Milton, Saratoga County, N. Y. (680) 

Children of MATTHEW, son of Samuel and Sarah Betts Keeler, and 
SARAH (probably SCOTT) KEELER, of Norwalk: (66) 

315 1. SAMUEL KEELER, born Norwalk about 1741 ; married March 3, 
1785, Widow ANN THATCHER, and lived at Norwalk. (693I) 

316 2. THOMAS KEELER, born Norwalk; married Oct. 18, 1767. 
ANNA SQUIRES. Probably lived at Norwalk. (693a) 

317 3- SARAH KEELER, born Norwalk about 1745; married JACOB, 
son of Jacob and Sarah Hoyt SMITH. Jacob and Sarah Keeler Smith 
had one son, MERWIN (or Marvin). 

318 4. ELIZABETH KEELER, born Norwalk about 1747; married JOB 
SMITH, Jr., son of Job and Sarah Smith. She was daughter of Samuel 
and Elizabeth Smith. 

319 5* MATTHEW KEELER, born about 1749; married ANN 
BENEDICT. 

320 6. STEPHEN KEELER, born about 1751 ; resided at Ridgefield. 

321 7. REBECCA KEELER, born about 1753; married Feb. 13, 1774, 
JAMES SEYMOUR; resided in Norwalk. 

322 8. HANNAH KEELER, born about 1755; married GILES MAL- 
LORY ; resided at Salem, N. Y. 

323 9. MARY KEELER, born about 1757; married Nov. 14, 1793, 
MATTHEW HOYT, Jr. ; resided at Norwalk. 

324 10. ISAAC KEELER, born about 1759; married DEBORAH 
WHITNEY, and settled at Norwalk. 

.325 11. ABIGAIL KEELER, born about 1761; never married; died at 

Norwalk. 

326 12. ANNA KEELER, born about 1763; married ZEBULON 
PHILLIPS; resided at Norwalk. 

327 13. AARON KEELER, born about 1763; no account of his marriage. 
He enlisted in the war April 21, 1777; served under Capt. Northrup, 1st 
Batallion, Wadsworth Brig., 8th Reg., as sergeant-major, from 1777 to 
1781 ; promoted April 22, 1781, to ensign in 3d Reg., ; member Cincinnati 
January, 1783. 

327a 14. WILLIAM KEELER, born 1765; no further account found 

of him. 

Children of EBENEZER and DEBORAH LOBDELL, probably of 
North Salem : (312) 

328 1. Daniel Lobdell; nothing could be learned of his history. 

329 2. Jacob Lobdell, born North Salem or Ridgefield ; married, first, Bet- 
sey Whitney, daughter Richard and Esther Clark Whitney, of Ridgefield, 
where she was born July 16, 1767; (868) second, Rebecca Morehouse. 



♦Said Jacob Lobdell was a soldier in the Revolution, and when Long 
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330 3- Anna Lobdell, born North Salem ; married Benjamin Reynolds ; re- 

sided at North Salem. (874a) 

33* 4- Chloe Lobdell, born North Salem; married Nathan Brown; resided 

probably at North Salem. (874O 

332 5- Deborah Lobdell, born North Salem; married Isaac Field. 

Children of LUKE KEELER (wife not known), of Norwalk: (106) 

333 1. Phineas Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., Jan. 11, 1744; married, first, 
Mary Camp, born Dec. 5, 1748; she died May 7, 1774; (481) second, 
Rebecca Mead, July 9, 1775; died June 24, 1869. 

334 2. Rhoda Keeler, born Norwalk Dec. 21, 1745; married Sept. 17, 1769. 
Isaac Camp; further history not known. 

335 3- Seth Keeler, born Norwalk May 13, 1750; married Nov. 7, 1773, 
first, Hannah Rogers; second, Sarah Bessie; third, Widow Gray; lived 
at Norwalk, Conn. 

336 4. Mary Keeler, born Norwalk Sept. 23, 1752; further history of her 
not known. 

337 5. Aaron Keeler, born Norwalk May 13, 1759; married May 26, 1781, 
Mercy James, born May 20, 1759, at Wilton, Conn. They settled in 
Norwalk, where he died July 30, 1837. She died there Feb. 14, 1829. (488) 

Children of JEHU and (first wife) LYDIA LOCKWOOD (second wife 
HANNAH) KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn.: (107) 

338 1. John Keeler, born Norwalk March 29, 1741 ; said to have died 
in the army in Canada in 1759. 

339 2. Lydia Keeler, born Norwalk 1742; burned to death in her father's 
house when it burnt. 

339a 3. Martha Keeler, born Norwalk Aug. 8, 1744; married Jerry West- 

cott, and died there in 1769. 
339b 4. Stephen Keeler, born Norwalk May 23, 1746; married Jan. 12, 1773. 

Hannah Marvin, daughter Josiah. He died Dec. 22, 1812. and his will 

was probated at Norwalk Jan. 18, 1813. (874O 
339c 5. Lydia Keeler, born Norwalk Feb. 5, 1748; married Thaddeus" 

Sterling, and died in 1795. 
339d 6. Justus Keeler, born Norwalk May 31, 1750; married Charlotte 

Olmstead, and lived on Belden Hill; died in October, 1820. 
339e 7. James Lockwood Keeler, born Norwalk Feb. 13, 1752; died of 

smallpox, aged 25 ; buried at Nod. 
339f 8. Isaac Keeler, born Norwalk March 9, 1754; married Elizabeth 

Benedict ; lived at New York City ; died July 25; 1825. 
339S 9- Hannah Keeler, born Norwalk in 1760; married Cook. She 

died in 1812 near Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

340 10. Mercy Keeler (by second wife, Hannah), born in 1768; married 
Joseph Rockwell, of Wilton. 

HYATT PEDIGREE. 

The following was furnished by Hon. Francis A. Hyatt, of Perry- 
ville, N. Y. : 

341 Thomas Hyatt, who was called brother in the will of John. 

342 Russell Hyatt, of Dorchester, Mass. ; may possibly have been identical 
with the Thomas Hyatt, of Stamford, Conn., 1641, from whom all the 
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But little more than the names of the children of the families in line 
from said Thomas Hyatt could at this date, 1894, a period of more than. 
250 years, be obtained. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

Children of THOMAS (his wife's name not found) HYATT, of 
Stamford: (341) 

Caleb Hyatt. 

Ruth Hyatt. 

Deborah Hyatt. 

John Hyatt. 

Rebecca Hyatt. 

Thomas Hyatt, Jr.; married Nov. 10, 1677, Mary Sention (St. 
John), and lived at Norwalk. (349) The town of Norwalk voted land to 
said Thomas Hyatt, Jr., for his service in the Indian War. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

Children of THOMAS, JR., and MARY ST. JOHN HYATT, of 
Norwalk, Conn. : (348) 

Rebecca Hyatt, born October, 1678. 

Thomas Hyatt, 3d, born 1680; married Experience . (357) 

Maria Hoyt. 

Ruth Hyatt. 

Sarah Hyatt; married April 7, 1709, James Benedict. He died in 
1762 at Ridgefield; she died in 1766. 

Elizabeth Hyatt ; married John Benedict. 

Ebenezer Hyatt. 

Millicent Hyatt. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

Children of THOMAS 3d and EXPERIENCE HYATT, of 

Norwalk, Conn.: (350) 

357 1. Hannah Hyatt; married St. John. 

358 2. Mary Hyatt; married Osborn. 

359 3. Elizabeth Hyatt; married Aug. 29, 1731, David Rockwell, son of 
Jonathan, born 1708. She died Feb. 13, 1758; he died May 30, 1788. 

360 4. Zibiah Hyatt; married Foster. 

361 5. Rebecca Hyatt; married Northrop. 

362 6. Thomas Hyatt 4th, born Jan. 10, 1714; married, 1742, Hannah Burr, 
and settled in Ridgefield, and he was one of the first purchasers of land 
there. He died Dec. 13, 1783; she died June 30, 1789. (363) 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

Children of THOMAS 4th and HANNAH BURR HYATT, of Ridge- 
field, Conn. : (362) 

363 1. Uzziel Hyatt; married Rachel Smith. 

364 2. Sarah Hyatt. 

365 3. Thomas W. Hyatt 5th; married Elizabeth Smith and settled at 
Ridgefield. (371 ) 

366 4. Esther Hyatt; married Abram Pulling. 

367 5. John Hyatt. 

368 6. Elizabeth Hyatt. 



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369 7. Ruth Hyatt; married Ezra Dann. 

370 8. Mercy Hyatt; married Isaiah Smith. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

Children of THOMAS W. 5th and ELIZABETH SMITH HYATT, oi 
Kidgefield, Conn.: (365) 

371 1. Elijah Hyatt, born Ridgefield in 1776, and died in infancy. 

372 2. Abijah Hyatt, born Ridgefield, Conn., May 25, 1777; married, 1797, 
Uara Hayes, born 1779, and moved to Nelson, N. Y. She died at Nelson 
Feb. 18, 1853. He died Dec. 26, 1830. (867a) 

Note. — Abijah Hyatt was a large man, of an easy-going disposition, 
and dressed in the old Colonial style, with long, braided hair, and com 
manded universal respect. He was a member of the first Methodist 
Society of Ridgefield, and was always zealous in every good cause. 

There are other than the aforesaid branch of Hyatts in this country, 
supposed to be of the same English ancestry, but of later immigration. 



Children of JAMES, son of David Keeler, Jr., and ABIGAIL MEAD 
(she probably died before he made his will) KEELER, of Norwalk. 
His will, dated May 10, 1805, is on file there. (203c) 
372a 1. Aaron Keeler, born Dec. 7, 1758; further unknown. 

372b 2. David Keeler, born Jan. 7, 1761 ; further unknown. 

372c 3. Jeremiah Keeler, born Sept. 7, 1762; married Jan. 5, 1785, Molly 

Westcott, of Wilton; no children. His will was probated May 18, 1818. 
4. Abigail Keeler, baptized Sept. 22, 1765. 
372d 5. Mary Keeler, born March 6, 1772; married Nov. 15, 1787, Aaron 

Dunning. 
372e 6. Massy (Mercy) Keeler, born Jan. 14, 1775; married Samuel D. 
Olmstead. 

Children of THADDEUS, son of David Keeler, Sr., and REBECCA 
KEELER, from will probated at Norwalk June i, 1812: (153 and 203d) 

372f Elizabeth Keeler; married Davenport. 

372g Hannah Keeler; married, first, Dunning. 

372I1 Isaiah Keeler. His will mentions no wife or children; probated Oct. 

6, 1844. He willed his estate to his nephew, Lewis S. Keeler. 
372i Samuel Keeler; married, first, Mary St. John; second, Widow Sally 

St. John ; resided at Wilton. (874aa) 



MARVIN PEDIGREE. 

Extract of Records by W. T. R. Marvin, Boston, Mass., 1894. 
373 MATTHEW MARVIN, born 1600; embarked from England with 

his family in the Increase, Capt. Lea, April 15, 1635, for New England, 
and settled in Hartford. Hall's History of Norwalk, speaking of him 
(page 182), says he represented Norwalk in the General Court, 1654, 
and frequent mention of him and his descendants on the records of 
that town are found. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

Children of MATTHEW, SR., and ELIZABETH MARVIN, of 
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374 i. Elizabeth Marvin, born in England, 1624; married, first, Thomas 
Gregory; second, Dr. John Olmstead, of Norwalk. She died in 1689. 

375 2. Matthew Marvin, Jr., born in England, 1627; married Mary 
. He died in 1712. 

376 3. Mary Marvin, born in England, 1629; married, first, Richard 
Bushnell; he died in 1648; second, Dea. Thomas Adgate. She died 1713. 

377 4. Sarah Marvin, born in England, 1632; married, first, Ensign 
William Goodrich; he died in 1648; second, Capt. William Curtis. She 
died in 1702 or 1703. 

378 5. Hannah Marvin, born in England, 1634; married, 1653, Thomas 
Seymour; further unknown of her. 

379 6. Abigail Marvin, born Hartford, 1636; married, 1656, John Bouton, 
and settled in Norwalk, Conn. 

380 7. Samuel Marvin, born Hartford, 1648; probably died young. 

381 8. Rachel Marvin, baptized at Hartford in 1649; married Samuel 
Smith; nothing further of her. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

Children of MATTHEW 2d and MARY MARVIN, who lived 

at Norwalk: (375) 

382 1. Mary Marvin, born probably Norwalk; married Lieut. Daniel 
Benedict. 

383 2. Sarah Marvin, born probably Norwalk, 1660; married there 
Thomas Betts, Jr. 

384 3. Matthew Marvin 3d, born probably at Norwalk; married Rhoda 
St. John. See deed on Norwalk records. 

385 4. Lieut. Samuel Marvin. See his children in next generation. 

386 5. Hannah Marvin; married Eperictus Piatt. 

387 6. Elizabeth Marvin; married, 1700, Joseph Piatt. She died in 1703. 

388 7. John Marvin, born Sept. 2, 1678; married March 22, 1704, Mary 
Beers; she died April 17, 1720; married, second, April 27, 1721, Rachel 
St. John, daughter of Matthias and Rachel Bouton St. John. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

Children of Lieut. SAMUEL and MARVIN, probably of 

Ridgefield : (385) 

389 1. Capt. Matthew Marvin, born October, 1703; married Elizabeth 
Clark. He died Dec. 6, 1745- 

390 2. Samuel Marvin, born (no date) ; married Deborah Clark. 

391 3. Josiah Marvin, born (no date) ; married, first, Elizabeth De 
Forest; she died in 1739; second, Sarah Bennet; she died in 1740; third, 
Hannah Blagg; fourth, Sarah Sturges. 

391a 4- Joseph Marvin, born at Wilton, 1732; further of him not found. 

391b 5. Isaac Marvin; married Phebe Crush or Crouch. 
391c 6. Lewis Marvin; nothing further of him. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

Children of Capt. MATTHEW and ELIZABETH CLARK MARVIN, 
probably of Ridgefield: (389) 
39id 1. Hannah Marvin, born Sept. 3, 1732; married, 1750, Nathan Bates. 

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3pie 2. Dea. Matthew Marvin, born Oct. 2i, 1734; married Deborah 

. He died in October, 1791. 

39lf 3. Col. Osias Marvin, born Jan. 29, 1737; married Nov. 26, 1761, 

Sarah Lockwood. He died in April, 1806. 
39ig 4. Barnabas Marvin, born Dec 25, 1739; married, 1764, Molly 

Adams; she died in 1771. In 1773 he married, second, Mabel Tuttte, 

He died in 1810. 
39ih 5. Silas Marvin, born Feb. 4, 1742; probably died young; nothing 

further found of him. 
39ii 6. Uriah Marvin, born Feb. 17, 1744; married Sarah Scott, daughter 

of Capt James Scott, of Ridgefield, Conn. He died about 1830. 
391 j 7. Ichabod Marvin, born Dec. 15, 1745; married Martha Kellogg. 

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Children of BENJAMIN, JR., grandson of Benjamin, Sr., son of 

Samuel and Sarah St. John Keeler, and ELIZABETH KEELER, 

of Ridgefield: (70a) 

394 i. Daniel Kellogg Keeler. 

395 2. Katy Keeler. 

396 3- Esther Keeler. 

397 An Carrie Elma Keeler. 

Children of TIMOTHY, grandson of Benjamin 1st, son of Samuel and 
Sarah St. John Keeler, and HANNAH HECOX KEELER, of 
Norwalk: (70b) 

Uriah Keeler, born Norwalk March 19, 1760. 

Hannah Keeler, born probably Norwalk Feb. 24, 1762. 

Sarah Keeler, born probably Norwalk, Sept. 17, 1765. 

Benjamin Keeler, born probably Norwalk Aug I, 1771. 

Stephen Keeler, born probably Norwalk June 27, 1776; married 
Lois Dauchy, daughter of Daniel and Lois Northrop Dauchy, born Jan. 
9, 1779. He died Dec. 20, 1840. 

Children of STEPHEN, son of Samuel and Sarah St. John Keeler, 
grandson of Benjamin, Sr., and SARAH BIRCHARD KEELER, of 
Ridgefield, Conn. : (70c) 

403 1. Isaac Keeler, born Oct. 12, 1766; married Dec. 17, 1789, first, 
Abigail Baxter, born Nov. 22, 1769; second, Mary Palmer; settled at 
Albany, N. Y. He died in 1824. (518) 

404 2. John Keeler, born Aug. 8, 1768; married May 8, 1792, Mary Resco> 
and settled at Norwalk. (520a) 

405 3. Esther Keeler, born Dec. 25, 1771, and died in childhood, March 
6, 1787. 

Note. — The above three families should have been placed under the 
Fifth Generation, but to avoid confusion in numbering, they have been 
left as the compiler placed them. — [Publisher. 

Children of JOSEPH and PHEBE ROCKWELL MEAD: (294) 
405a 1. Hannah Mead; married Eliphalet Bennett. 

405b 2. Phebe Mead; married Thaddeus Whitlock. 

Children of THOMAS and (first wife) RHUAMA RULL ROCKWELL, 
of North or South Salem, N. Y., and (second wife) RUTH WHIT- 
LOCK ROCKWELL, of Lenox, Mass. : (297) 

406 1. Phebe Rockwell, born Salem May 15, 1768; married Dec. 12, 1783, 
Timothy Benedict, who was born June 24, 1762, and died at North 
Salem Sept. 11, 1830. She died March 5, 1845. 

406a 2. Jemima Rockwell, born Lenox, Mass. ; married James Olds. They 

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407 3. *Ezra Rockwell, born Lenox, Mass., Feb. 10, 1772; married May 30, 
1792, at Berkshire, Mass., Priscilla Bateman, and settled at Solon, N. Y. 
She died at Cincinnatus Nov. 15, 1846. He died at Ulster, Pa., April 
17, 1859. (875) 

408 4. Rebecca Rockwell, born Lenox, Mass.; married Charles Debell. 
They died at Cincinnatus, N. Y. 

409 5. Thomas Rockwell, Jr., born Lenox, Mass., Sept. 26, 1777; married 
Huldah Tuttle. He died at Taylor, March 29, 1873. (884) 

410 6. Eunice Rockwell, born Lenox, Mass. ; married Isaac Beach. 

411 7. Thaddeus Rockwell, born Lenox, Mass.; married Polly Williams, 
and resided at Cincinnatus. 

Children of JAMES, son of Thomas and Ruth Benedict Rockwell, and 
ABIGAIL HAWLEY ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (298) 

412 1. Dorcas Rockwell, born Ridgefield April 19, 1770; married Nathan 
Stebbins, born Oct. 16, 1764. She died April 25, 1857; he died Nov. 27, 
1858. (909) 

413 2. Mary Rockwell, born Ridgefield Feb. 25, 1772; married July, 1792. 
John Howe, born March 2, 1768. (917) She died Jan. 11, 1793. He died 
at Ridgefield April 30, 1845, aged 77 years. 

414 3. Anna Rockwell, born Ridgefield March 21, 1774; married Jacob 
Nash, a sloop captain, who was born Feb. 19, 1772. He died Sept. 8, 
1845. She died Sept. 8, 1868, aged 94 years. (918) 

415 4. Thomas H. Rockwell, born May 21, 1776; a cabinet-maker; 



♦Note. — Ezra Rockwell, born (supposed) at Lenox, Mass., Feb. 10. 
1772, and is said to have moved to Solon, now Cortland County, N. Y.. 
about 1793, and settled on a tract of land ceded by the commissioners 
of the State of New York to Daniel Orr, and probably purchased by 
Ezra Rockwell, containing six hundred acres, a copy of the original 
document being at this writing in the hands of the writer, together with 
a copy of an original commission to Ezra Rockwell as ensign of a 
company in the regiment of the militia of Onondaga County, N. Y., 
dated April 8, 1806, and signed by the Governor, Morgan Lewis. Also 
a copy of the marriage certificate, which is dated at Berkshire, Mass., 
May 30, 1792, certifying that on that day Ezra Rockwell and Priscilla 
Bateman were lawfully married, signed John Baron, Justice of the Peace. 

Ezra Rockwell's biographer says of him that he was a man of 
untarnished character, a devout Christian, and a kind and benevolent 
man, a great reader, and he and his family were liberal contributors 
towards the founding of the Presbyterian Church at Solon, which wa? 
built on a plot of ground donated by him for that purpose. Said edifice 
is still standing (at this writing, 1891), and in a fine state of preservation 
after a lapse of nearly one hundred years. A schoolhouse and parsonage 
were also built on land given by him. He says that at that early date 
they were frequently annoyed by bears and deer, and occasionally a 
company of Indians would come to their house and cause some alarm, but 
never committed any very serious depredation. At that period he was 
obliged to take the grain on horseback a distance of forty miles to a 
mill, employing two to three days for the trip. About 1839 they (Ezra 
and his wife) were becoming advanced in life, and sold the farm at 
Solon to their son Chauncey Rockwell, who was to give them a home 
with him as long as they lived. She died at Solon, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1846, 
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married July 20, 1800, Polly Smith, born Oct. 1, 1783. He died Sept. 25. 
1865, and she died Feb. 27, 1869. (927) 

416 5. Gould Rockwell, a merchaiii at Troy, N. Y., born Dec. 18, 1778; 
married March 14, 1807, Polly Dauchy, born July 23, 1779. He died at 
Ridgefield Aug. 27, 1807 ; she died April 12, 1853, at Troy, N. Y. (937) 

417 6. William Rockwell, a merchant at Troy, N. Y., born Feb. 5, 1782; 
married Jan. 3, 1807/ Freelove Jaques, who was born Sept. 22, 1786. He 
died March 7, 1862, and she died Nov. 28, 1875, aged 89 years. (938) 

418 7. Lucinda Rockwell, born April 21, 1785; never married; died Jan 
6, 1873. 

419 8. Abigail Rockwell, born June 29, 1789; married Jared N. St. John, 
a farmer of Ridgefield, Oct. 16, 1816. She died March 9, 1859; he died 
Jan. 22, 1868. (042) 

420 9. Millicent Rockwell, born April 25, 1792; married Feb. 22, 1837, 
Samuel Beers. He died March 2, 1871. 

421 10. Polly Rockwell, born Dec. 5, 1794; died Aug. 1, 1798, aged 
3 years and 8 months. 

Children of THADDEUS, son of Thomas and Ruth Benedict Rockwell, 
and MEHITABEL SMITH ROCKWELL, of South Salem, New 
York: (300) 

422 1. Thaddeus Rockwell, Jr., born probably South Salem Feb. 20, 1771 ; 
died Oct. 18, 1794. 

423 2. Sarah Rockwell, born South Salem Oct. 5, 1772; married ZAL- 
MON MORGAN, and settled in Wilton, Conn. All efforts to obtain 
further history of this family were unsuccessful. (948) 

424 3. Thomas Rockwell, born South Salem Nov. 23, 1774; married 
July 20, 1795, Deborah Townsend. They lived in South Salem. They 
had one daughter, Permelia, who was a teacher in Brooklyn, but could 
not be found. He died at South Salem about 1834-5. 

425 4 Cynthia Rockwell, born South Salem Aug. 20, 1776, and died in 
infancy, March 15, 1781. 

426 5. Clarissa Rockwell, born South Salem Aug. 16, 1779; married, first, 
Thomas Northrop; he died, no children; she married, second, Warren 
Scofield, of North Stamford. He died there in 1835. 

427 6. Cynthia Rockwell, born July 10, 1781 ; married March 31, 1799, 
Isaac Hunt ; lived and died at Aurelius, N. Y., she about 1864. (952) 

428 7. Betsey (or Elizabeth) Rockwell, born Oct. 15, 1784; married 
March 1, 1801, Nehemiah Northrup, who was born Feb. 26, 1780; lived at 
Lysander, N. Y. He died Aug. 14, 1865. (956) 

429 8. Ruth Rockwell, born Aug. 29, 1786; married Sept. 29, 1802, 
William Townsend; he died Sept. 22, 1856. She died at Lysander 
Nov. 1, 1836. (960) 

430 9. Lewis Rockwell, born Sept. 24, 1788; married, first, about 1810, 
Mary Webster; second, Clarissa Webb, born June 26, 1799, and died 
Nov. 9, 1890. (967) They settled at Belleville, N. J., and moved to Ohio, 
and again to Illinois. He died about 1855. 

431 10. Hervey Rockwell, born Jan. 13, 1791; married Oct. 13, 1813, 
Hannah Howe; lived at Bedford and Pleasantville. He died in Decem- 
ber, 1877. (974) 

432 11. Catharine Rockwell, born about 1793; married Thomas Ambler. 
She died in 185 1 ; no children. 

433 12. Fanny Rockwell, born Oct. 25, 1794; married Jon. 14, 1813, first, 



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WALTER OLMSTEAD, son of Matthew Olmstead, of Ridgefield, 
where he was born Sept. 28, 1784, and died there Nov. 19, 1834. After 
his death she married, second, April 30, 1841, AARON NORTHROP. 
She died Jan. 12, 1871. (079) 

The following was furnished by H. J. Rockwell, of Glens Falls, N. Y., 
March 24, 1873 : 

Children of JOSEPH, supposed son of Joseph and Mary Rockwell, of 
Norwalk, and SARAH ROCKWELL; he born Feb. 14, 1736; she 
born Dec. i, 1741. (58) 

434 1. Hannah Rockwell, born Feb. 7, 1763; married Lewis Dunning 
and settled at Saratoga, N. Y. 

435 2. Ruth Rockwell, born Nov. 28, 1764; married Uriah Benedict. 
Lived at Albany, and died Feb. 18, 1801. 

436 3. Jeremy Rockwell, born Dec. 25, 1765; married BETSEY BIRD, 
Dec. 15, 1797, and lived at Glens Falls, N. Y. He died Aug. 14, 1835. 

437 4. Hannah Rockwell, born Jan. 29, 1768; died unmarried. 

438 5. Samuel Rockwell, born Sept. 22, 1772, and died in infancy. 

439 6. Samuel Rockwell, born May 21, 1774; married Polly; further 
unknown. 

440 7. Stephen Rockwell, born April 22, 1775; married, first, Phebe 
Clinton; second, Sarah Wood.; resided at Auburn. He died at Cato, 
N. Y, Dec. 27, 1840. (985) 

441 8. Sarah Rockwell, born July 11, 1777; married Jonathan Swan, of 
Aurora, N. Y. 

442 9. Esther Rockwell, born Aug. 29, 1780; married Dr. Shumway, and 
lived at Saratoga, N. Y. 

443 10. Matthew Rockwell, born Aug. 25, 1782; married Sarah Betts, 
and moved to Mentz, Cayuga County, N. Y. She died Dec. 29, 1822; 
he died Feb. 6, 1823, at Mentz, N. Y. (990 

444 11. Philo Rockwell, born Jan. 15, 1786; married Abigail Martin, and 
died at Utica, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1832. 

The following is copied from the Rockwell Genealogy by Henry I\. 
Rockwell, published at Boston, Mass., 1873, being an extract from a 
letter written Dec. 24, 1872, by Henry B. Rockwell, of Scranton, Pa. He 
says: "My grandfather was Jabez Rockwell, of Connecticut, born 1742; 
was living at Danbury in 1777, when the British burned the town. Fc 
moved with his family some time before 1800 to Butternuts, Otsego 
County, N. Y, where in time there came to be a numerous settlement of 
Rockwells and their connections." 

Children of JABEZ, JR., and ELIZABETH SPERRY ROCKWELL 
(his first wife), of Danbury, Conn. : (303) 

445 1. Benjamin Rockwell, born Danbury, Conn., May 19, 1762; married 
Tryphena Starr, and moved to Butternuts. He died there Oct. 30, 

1835. (995) ^ . J w . 

446 2. Levi Rockwell, born Danbury, Conn., May 7, 1709; married Ruth 
Bassett; she was born in 1772. He died Sept. 26, 1852. (1006) 

447 3. Betsey Rockwell, born Danbury, Conn.; married Lemuel Mer- 
chant, and resided at Guilford, N. Y. (1008) 

448 4. Eli Rockwell, born Danbury, Conn?, April 26, 1778; married at 
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Children of JABEZ, JR., and PHEBE BEDICUT ROCKWELL (his 
second wife), of Danbury, Conn.: (303) 

449 5. Theodosia Rockwell, born Danbury, Conn., Sept. 26, 1779; married 
John Brewer, born May 9, 1776; he died Feb. 18, 1852. (1018) 

450 6. Ezra Rockwell, born at Danbury, Conn., 1780; married Annie 
Griffin, and resided at Butternuts. (1019) 

Child of JABEZ, JR., and ELIZABETH ANDRUS ROCKWELL (his 
third wife), of Guilford, N. Y.: (303) 
45* 7- Juha Rockwell, born Guilford, N. Y., June 3, 1805; married 

George Fleming; resided at Guilford, N. Y. (1024) 

Children of TIMOTHY, JR., son of Timothy and Abigail Osborn 
Keeler and grandson of Samuel and Sarah St. John Keeler, and 
ESTHER KELLOGG KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (205) 

452 1. David B. Keeler, bom probably Ridgefield April 17, 1772; a sea 
captain; married Esther Bradley. (893) 

453 2. Walter Keeler, born Ridgefield March 11, 1774, and died Sept. 
23, 1776. 

454 3. Esther Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 28, 1775; married 

Crawford, and died Feb. 28, 1805. (898) 

455 4- Walter Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 31, 1777. Dr. Walter Keeler 
married Dec. 16, 1801, Hannah Waring, born March 16, 1783. She died 
Feb. 14, 1843; he died Sept. 15, 1871. (900) 

456 5. Mary Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 19, 1781 ; married Philip 
Bradley May 9, 1802, and died April 9, 1812. (906) 

457 6. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield April 27, 1783; married William 
Lewis, and died March 20, 1853. (907) 

458 7. William Keeler, born Ridgefield June 20, 1785, and died Oct. 20, 
1827; not married. 

459 8. Anna Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 19, 1787; married Feb. 1, 1829, 
Abijah Ressequie, born March 26,-1791, at Ridgefield; died there April 
16, 1877. She died in Ridgefield Dec. 23, 1862. 

Note. — Abijah Ressequie succeeded his father-in-law in keeping the 
noted Keeler Hotel, in which for 100 years could be seen in the corner 
of the building a cannon ball shot from the British in the attack on 
Ridgefield in 1777. 

460 8. Lorrie Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 4, 1790, and died Dec. 12, 1790. 

461 10. Timothy Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 28, 1792, and died Sept. 1, 
1792. 

462 n. George Wyllys Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov .10, 1795, and died 
Feb. 28, 1796. 

Children of THADDEUS, son of Timothy and Mary Hoyt Keeler, and 
RUTH (KEELER) KEELER, of Ridgefield: (207) 

463 1. Thaddeus Keeler, Jr., born July 8, 1785; married March 10, 1815, 
Betsey Perry; she died June 15, 1869. He died June 30, 1878. No 
children. 

464 2. Hervey Keeler, born Nov. 28, 1786; married April 10, 1816, 
Mary Mead. He died Dec. 7, 1861. (1131) 

465 3. Ruth Keeler, born Aug. 19, 1788.; married John Watrous; died 
Jan. 14, 1816; no children lived. 

466 4- Ira Keeler, born July 1, 1790; not married. Shipwrecked off 
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467 5. Betsey Keeler, born March 14, 1792; not married. She died at 
Ridgefield June 4, 1812. 

468 6. Amos Keeler, born Jan. 15, 1794; married Jane Briant; died in 
New York City (date not known). 

469 7- Solomon C. Keeler, born Oct. 26, 1796; married Jane Mead; ditd 
at Ridgefield. 

Children of JEREMIAH, son of Timothy and (1) Mary Hoyt or (2) 
Hannah Dunning Keeler, and HULDAH HULL KEELER, of South 
Salem, N. Y. (210) 

470 1. Mary H. Keeler, born South Salem Jan. 30, 1789; not married; 
died there Aug. 15, 1809. 

471 2. Huldah G. Keeler, born South Salem Oct. 15, 1790; married Jan. 
6, 1813, John Bouton, and settled at South Salem. She died there May 
30, 1848. He died there March 5, 1885. (1624) 

472 3. Timothy H. Keeler, born South Salem Sept. 21, 1792. Went to 
Greenville, S. C, to introduce a patent corn mill. Had 13 children, ard 
died there. 

473 4. Sally M. Keeler, born South Salem Dec. 20, 1794; married Feb. 1, 
1815, Newman Mead. She died April 13, 1882. 

474 5. Anna M. Keeler, born South Salem March 10, 1797; married 
(name not found) ; died Oct. 8, 1828. 

475 6. Silas Keeler, born South Salem Aug. 4, 1799, and died in child- 
hood, Nov. 12, 1809. 

476 - 7. Jeremiah W. Keeler, born South Salem Oct. 1, 1801 ; never 

married. Died in South Carolina by a fever,. Jan. 27, 1824. 

477 8. Emma Keeler, born South Salem Feb. 6, 1804; died April 4, 1804. 

478 9- Thaddeus H. Keeler, born South Salem March n, 1805; married 
Dec. 15, 1824, Laura Ann Avery; she died in 1884. He died at South 
Salem Aug. 9, 1874. (1632) 

479 10. Linus Keeler, born South Salem July 25, 1808, and died Aug. 
8, 1808. 

480 11. John Ely Keeler, born South Salem May 16. 1810; married, at 
Troy, N. Y., May 14, 1839, Almira Chapman; she died Sept 19, 1848; 
married, second, Mary Elizabeth Foster, born South East, 1829; she died 
in Brooklyn Dec. 6, 1891. He died in Brooklyn March 23, 1892. (1637) 

Children of NOAH and ANNA KEELER (daughter of Benjamin and 
Martha Keeler, of Norwalk) NASH, of Norwalk: (213c) 
480a 1. Keeler Nash, born Aug. 22, 1791. 

480b 2. Lucinda Nash, born Feb. 6, 1793. 

480c 3. Polly Nash, born June 10, 1795. 

48od 4. Clark Nash, born Oct. 19, 1706. 

Children of ELIJAH, son of Benjamin and Martha Smith Keeler, and 
NAOMI GREGORY KEELER, of Norwalk: (213c) 
48oe 1. Ruth Keeler, born Norwalk Jan. 14, 1778; further unknown. . 

48of 2. Elijah Keeler, born Norwalk Jan. 5, 1782; further unknown. 
48og 3. Sarah Keeler, born Norwalk Aug. 8, 1794; further unknown. 

Children of PHINEAS and MARY CAMP KEELER, of Norwalk: (333) 

482 1. Luke Keeler, a farmer, born Norwalk Feb. 15, 1770; married May 

20, 1793, Jemima Benedict; she was born Aug. 30, 1773, and died June 24, 

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to Norwalk, 0., where he bought 160 acres. He died there, aged 
7+ (103O 

482 2. Anna Keeler, born Oct. 8, 1771 ; as supposed, not married. She 
died Sept. 6, 1863. 

483 3. Mary Keeler, born April 25, 1774; believed to be the one that 
married Matthew Hoyt, Jr. She died Nov. 14, 1793; found on Norwalk 
records. 

Children by second wife, REBECCA MEAD KEELER: 

484 4. Phebe Baxter Keeler, born March 9, 1779; further unknown. 

485 5- Thaddeus M. Keeler, born April 16, 1786 ; further unknown. 

Children of SETH KEELER and his three wives (first, Hannah Rogers; 
second, Sarah Bessie; third, Widow Gray), of Norwalk, O. : (338) 

486 1. Silas Keeler, born Norwalk; further could not be obtained. 

487 2. Hannah Keeler, born Norwalk; further could not be obtained. 

Children of AARON, son of Luke and Keeler, and MERCY 

JAMES KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn. : (337) 

488 1. Nathan Keeler, born Norwalk May 20, 1782; married Clarissa 
Noble. Lived and died at Milan, O., June 4, 1817. (1041a) 

489 2. John Keeler, born Norwalk June 29, 1784 or 1785; married Nov. 
28, 1805, Betsey Gregory, born Feb. 26, 1790. He died at Norwalk, O., 
July 28, 1831. She also died at Norwalk, O., about 1861. (1041c) 

490 3- James Keeler, born Norwalk April 30, 1787; an Episcopal clergy- 
man; married April 30, 1789, Clara Bessie, and settled at Harpersville, 
N. Y., and moved to Janesville, la.; died there June 26, 1863. (1042) 

491 4. Mariah Keeler, born Norwalk March 23, 1792; did not marry; 
died at Norwalk Oct. 23, 1815. 

492 5. Seth Keeler, born Norwalk May 17, 1795; married Aug. 31, 1831, 
Sophia Lake. Died at Norwalk, 0., in May, 1808. (1054) 

493 6. Edward Keeler, born Norwalk July 11, 1798; married Polly 
Aiken. Lived and died'at Norwalk, Conn., Feb., 1852. No children 

494 7. Laura Keeler, born March 22, 1801 ; married Jan. 2, 1826, Carmi 
Lockwood, and settled in Norwalk, Conn. He died March 25, 1869; 
she died Sept. 2, 1876. (1049) 

Children of SAMUEL 4th and (first wife) TABITHA BETTS 
KEELER, of Wilton, Conn.: (151) 

495 1. Elizabeth Keeler; died leaving no issue. 

496 2. Jehiel Keeler, born 1770; married, first, Hubbell, March 

3» 1793; second, Urania. She died Feb. 8, 1835; he died May 30, 1853. 

Children by second wife, SIBYL LEAVENWORTH KEELER, of 
Wilton: (151) 

497 3. Isaiah Keeler, born Wilton June 5, 1790; married Lucy Watrous; 
settled at Wilton, and lived on the old homestead. He died July 22, 
1874. (1450) 

498 4. Samuel Keeler, born Wilton June 5, 1790; never married. Lived 
at the old homestead. He died Feb. 24, 1864. 

499 5. Fanny Keeler, born Wilton; married Joseph H. Horton. 

Children of MATTHEW, son of Matthew and Deborah Close Keeler. 
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500 i. Deborah Keeler, born Ridgefield July 31, 1786; died in infancy, 
Oct. 9, 1788. 

501 2. Matthew Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 9, 1787; married Feb. 5, 
1823, Sally Smith; resided at Ridgefield. (1454) 

502 3. Deborah Keeler, born Ridgefield March 20, 1789; married, 1805, 
Lewis Hoyt, and settled in Middlesex, N. Y. (1458) 

503 4. Matilda Keeler, born Ridgefield May 7, 1792; married James 
Wallace and settled in Troy, N. Y. She died in 1886. (1461) 

504 5. Sally Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 22, 1794; died unmarried, 
in 1888. 

505 6. Elizabeth Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 19, 1797, and died there 
Oct. 18, 1825. 

506 7. Jesse Edward Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 16, 1798; married May 
Delia Raymond, born Norwalk, 1800. They settled at Norwalk, am! 
died there — he in August, 1855; she in March, 1862. (1462) 

507 8. Russel Benedict Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 7, 1800; further 
unknown of him. 

508 9. Philinda Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 12, 1802, and died th;rc 
Oct. 14, 1809 

Children of JONAH, son of Matthew and Deborah Close Keeler, of 
Ridgefield, and REBECCA RAYMOND KEELER, of North Salem, 
N. Y. : (224) 

509 1. Josiah R. Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn., Aug. 22, 1796; married 
at Kingsbury July 6, 1826, Cynthia A. Osborn. Lived and died in 
Chautauqua County, N. Y., April 17, 1836. (1434-1) 

510 2. George A. Keeler. born Ridgefield Dec. 19, 1797; married, first. 
Maria Bacon, Dec. 16, 1824; second, Clarinda Smith; she died at James- 
town about i860. They lived at Ridgefield. He died Nov. io, 1831. No 
children. 

511 3. Smith R. Keeler, born Ridgefield July 24, 1799; married Aug. 4, 
1834, Hannah Benedict, daughter Col. Ezra and Hannah Comstock Bene- 
dict, who was born at New Canaan in 1805; she died in 1887. Lived 
at Jamestown, N. Y., and died there in 1886. (1434-4) 

512 4. Rufus Keeler, born Ridgefield Jan. 18, 1801 ; married Oct 10, 1826, 
first, Jane Lewis Sturges; she died Jan. 7, 1829; second, Nov. 16, 1829. 
Ann E. Fowler, born Nov. 27, 1808; she died Jan. 21, 1883. He died 
March 12, 1877. 0434a) 

513 5- William K. Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 24, 1803; married, first. 
Aug. 27, 1826, Anna Downs; she died in 1835; second, Widow Esther 
Couch Mead. Resided in Havana, N. Y. ; family residence there in 
1894. (1463a) 

514 6. Burr Keeler, born Ridgefield Jan. 30, 1806; married May 4, 1826, 
Mary E. Nash, and settled at North Fairfield, O.; died in 1874. (1463c) 

515 7- Jonah Charles Keeler, born Ridgefield March 29, 1808; married, 
first, Dorcas Hoyt; second, Henrietta Olmstead; third, Sarah Betts. He 
died at Wilton, Conn. (1463W) 

516 8. Zalmon G. Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 27, 1810; married Jan. 
22, 1840, Johanna B. Crosby, daughter of Isaac and Lucy Barrett Crosby ; 
she was born March 1, 1819. He died at Jamestown, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1865. 
She resided at Jamestown in 1896. (14632) 

517 9. David Close Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 11, 1811; married 
Hannah Wood; resided in Ridgefield in 1894. (i463ee) 



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Children of ISAAC, son of Stephen and Sarah Birchard Keeler, and 
ABIGAIL BAXTER KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn.: (403) 

518 1. Esther Keeler, born Wilton, Conn., Oct. 18, 1790; married Samuel 
Beers, son of Moses and Abigail Nash Beers, and resided at Wilton, 
Conn. 

519 2. Chauncey Keeler, born Wilton Nov. 19, 1796; married Harriet 
Morgan, and settled at New Canaan, Conn. (1063) 

520 3. Electa Keeler, born Wilton, 1804; married Aaron Sanford Hyatt, 
and settled at Fenner, N. Y. He was an extensive dairyman and 
farmer. (1066a) 

Children of JOHN, son of Stephen and Sarah Birchard Keeler, and 
RUTH RESCO KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn. : (404) 
520a 1. Sarah Keeler, born probably Norwalk April 1, 1793; further 

account not found. 
520b 2. Hiram Keeler, born probably Norwalk Sept. 4, 1794; further 

account not found. 

Children of DANIEL, JR., and MARY KEELER, of New 

Canaan, Conn. : ( 108) 

521 1. Hannah Keeler, baptized New Canaan March 3, 1754; married 
Jachin Hoyt, and settled at South Salem. 

522 2. Isaac Keeler, baptized at New Canaan July 25, 1756. He was a 
captain in the Revolution, and on his return from the war married, Sept 
24, 1779, Sarah St. John, born May 11, 1755; she died of consumption at 
New Canaan Sept. 22, 1793. He married there, second, Catharine Turtle, 
born May 2, 1756. He died at New Canaan Jan. 23, 1837. She lived 
there many years after his death, and received a pension from the 
Government. She died there in July, 1854. (1067) 

523 3. David Keeler, baptized at New Canaan July 19, 1761; nothing 
further of his history known. 

524 4. Rhuama Keeler, baptized at New Canaan Nov. 13, 1763, and died 
there Sept. 8, 1786. 

Children of ABRAM and DOROTHY KEELER HOYT, of South 
Salem: (no) 

525 1. DANIEL KEELER HOYT, born South Salem (now Lewisboro), 
N. Y., 1751 or 1752; a weaver; married Aug. 24. I775» ELIZABETH 
WOOD, daughter of Jacob Wood. He was a British soldier, and after 
the Revolutionary War went to Prince William Island, where he died 
Oct. 30, 1818. She also died there. 

526 2. JACHIN HOYT, born South Salem, near the line of Wilton; 
baptized at New Canaan Oct. 21, 1753; a farmer; married HANNAH 
KEELER (probably his cousin), and settled in South Salem, where they 
sold land and moved to Wilton. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary 
War. (1072) ' 

527 3. MARY HOYT, baptized at New Canaan April 9, I7S5; further 
unknown. 

528 4 ABEL HOYT, baptized at New Canaan Jan. 15. 1758; a farmer; 
married RHODA BENEDICT, daughter of Stephen and Ruth Keeler 
Benedict, of New Canaan, where she was born Jan. 6, 1758. They lived 
in South Salem or Wilton until 1793, then moved to Pawlings, N. Y„ and 
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529 5- HANNAH HOYT, baptized at New Canaan March 6, 1759; 
further history unknown. 

530 6. ISABEL HOYT, baptized at New Canaan Nov. 15, 1761 ; further 
history unknown. 

531 7- CHARLOTTE HOYT, baptized at New Canaan July 22, 1764; 
further history unknown. 

532 8. PATTY HOYT, baptized at New Canaan June 1, 1766; married 
Beverly Robinson; further unknown. 

533 9. JOSEPH HOYT, baptized at New Canaan Oct. 30, 1768; married 
at South Salem, Nov. 15, 1792, Elizabeth Hoyt, and moved to Onondaga,. 
N. Y., where he died in 1815. 

534 10. POLLY HOYT, baptized at New Canaan Sept. 28, 1774 ; further 
history unknown. 

Children of ISAIAH and MILICENT KEELER, of New Canaan: (in) 

535 1. Isaiah Keeler, Jr., baptized at New Canaan Feb. 8, 1761. 

536 2. Milicent Keeler, baptized (as Millie) at New Canaan June 30, 1765. 

537 3. Prudence Keeler, baptized Oct. 22, 1769. 

Children of JEREMIAH and ELIZABETH WEED KEELER, of 
New Canaan: (113) 

538 1. ELIZABETH KEELER, baptized at New Canaan Aug. 4, 1771. 

539 2. THANKFUL KEELER, died Nov. 9, 1773, at New Canaan, 
aged 2 years. 

540 3. AMMI KEELER, born New Canaan April 19, 1773 ; baptized May 
23, 1773; a farmer; married at Yorktown, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1802, Phebe 
Strang, daughter of Henry and Margaret Hazard Strang. They settled 
in South Salem, where they died— she Jan. 9, 1856, aged 70, and he June 
12, 1859, and were buried there. (1078) 

541 4. HANNAH KEELER, baptized at New Canaan Nov. 10, 1776; 
married at South Salem June 6, 1708, EBENEZER WOOD, (1080) a 
farmer, born South Salem Nov. 21, 1773, son of Ebenezer and Rachel 
Lockwood Wood. They settled in South Salem, where she died March 
30, 1799. He married, second, Margaret Hazard Strang, sister of the 
wives of Ammi Keeler and Seth Whitney. She died at South Salem 
July 22, 1822. He died at South Salem Jan. 7, 1862, aged 88 years, and 
was buried there. 

Children of BENJAMIN, JR., son of Benjamin, Sr., and Rebecca 
Wilson Rockwell, and MARY OSBORN ROCKWELL, of South 
Salem, N. Y.: (130) 
541a 1. Molly Rockwell, baptized at South Salem Sept. 17, 1756. 

541b 2. Daniel Rockwell, baptized at South Salem Sept 3i *7S7- 
541c 3. Ebenezer Rockwell, baptized at South Salem Jan. 14, 1759- 
54id 4. Benjamin Rockwell 3d, baptized at South Salem Oct 19, 1760.. 
54ie 5. Jane Rockwell, baptized Oct. 10, 1762; married Oct 20, 1779, 

Gideon Berts. 
54if 6. Nehemiah Rockwell, born South Salem Aug. 7, 1765; married 
April 1, 1784, Rhuah Bouton. 

Sarah, Lewis, Thomas, Benjamin, and another Lewis, all died in 
infancy. 

Children of NATHAN, son of Benjamin, Sr., and Rebecca Wilson Rock- 
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54ig 1. Nathan Hull Rockwell, baptized at Wilton, Ccnn., Sept. 4, 1763; 

he died Oct. 28, 1806. 
54ih 2. William Rockwell, baptized at South Salem, N. Y., Oct 11, 1767; 

married Dec. 7, 1786, Huldah Bouton, daughter of Gould Bouton; she 

was born in 1767, and died in 1827. He died Feb. 20, 1820. (1030a) 
54ii 3- Dr. Stephen Rockwell, baptized at South Salem Sept. 24, 1769; 

married Nov. 27, 1794, Elizabeth Lawrence, born 1776. He died May 12, 

1805; she died Nov. 1, 1843. (1030b) 
541J 4- Dr. Benjamin Rockwell, a physician, baptized at South Salem 

April 5, 1771 ; married Nov. 27, 1796, Rebecca Foote; she was born Dec 

8, 1775. He died April 1, 1815, in New York City. (1030b) 
541k 5. Patty Rockwell, baptized at South Salem Aug. 10, 1775; married 

Malachi Foote and lived at Salem and Monticello, N. Y. He was an 

eminent physician. He died in Georgia about 1824. She died Aug. 1, 

1812. 
541 1 6. Thomas Rockwell, baptized at South Salem Feb. 16, 1777; married 

Sally Tyler, born Jan. 8, 1786, married Jan. 25, 1807, died July 10, 1874. 

He died Aug. 20, 1857. (1030k) 

Children of JOB and (his first wife) MARY MOREHOUSE ROCK- 
WELL, of South Salem, N. Y. : (135a) 
541m 1. Isaac Rockwell, only son, baptized 1775, the same day his parents 
joined the church. 

Child of JOSEPH, son of Miles and Elizabeth Whitney Riggs, and 
MARY KEELER RIGGS, of Norwalk: (114) 

542 1. DANIEL RIGGS, born Norwalk about 1762; a farmer; received 
a legacy from Daniel Keeler, his grandfather; married Sept. 9, 1784, at 
Ridgefield, SUSANNA LOBDELL, daughter of Ebenezer and Rebecca 
Benedict Lobdell, of Ridgefield, where she was born July 9, 1758. He 
was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, and was accidentally killed at 
Ridgefield while raising a building, June 6, 1793. She died Aug. 5, 1841. 

Children by second wife, MARGARET RESSEQUIE RIGGS: (114) 

543 2. Jonathan Riggs, born Ridgefield ; married Esther Keeler on Jan, I, 
1792, at Norwalk, Conn. 

544 3. Esther Riggs, born Ridgefield, Conn., June 8, 1784. 

545 4. James Riggs; not certain that he was a son of Joseph and 
Margaret Ressequie. He lived at Sherman, Conn. 

Children of JAMES and DINAH KEELER CANFIELD, of South 
Salem: (115) 

546 1. SIMEON CANFIELD, born probably South Salem; was named 
in his grandfather's will, dated June 6, 1783 ; married • Abbott 

547 2. GOULD CANFIELD, born probably South Salem; married 
Widow Nancy Keeler Hayes; died in War of 1812. (1088a) 

548 3. JAMES CANFIELD, born probably South Salem; his history 
not obtained. 

549 4. DAVID CANFIELD, born probably South Salem; married 
Hannah Northrop, and it is said settled at Lockport, N. Y., and died 
at Youngstown, N. Y. 

550 5. ALPHEUS CANFIELD, born South Salem (now Lewisboro), 
N. Y., about 1779; farmer and builder. At the age of 7 years he went 
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Jacob and Sarah (Follet) Ressequie, of Ridgefield, where she was born 
in 1784. They died at Ridgefield— he in November, 1842; she Feb. 
9, 1868. 

351 6. MARY CANFIELD, born South Salem; married Amasa 
Shurtleff, and are supposed to have settled on Long Island, where many 
of their descendants now reside. 

352 7. LYDIA CANFIELD, born South Salem; married Ithamar Healey. 
of Peekskill, N. Y. 

553 8. THANKFUL CANFIELD; further history unknown. 

554 9. SARAH CANFIELD, born South Salem; married Joseph Ayers; 
further history unknown. 

555 10. HARVEY CANFIELD, born South Salem ; a soldier in the War 
of 1812. 

556 11. NANCY CANFIELD; married Daniel Scofield, of Pound 
Ridge, N. Y. 

There were two more children whose names were not obtained. 

Children of NATHAN, son of Ralph Keeler 4th, and HULDAH BALD- 
WIN KEELER, of Brookfield, Conn.: (136) 
356a 1. Betty Keeler, born Brookfield, Conn., March 5, 1779; married 

Benjamin Russell, and resided at Southbury, Conn. She died in 1842. 
556b 2. Lyman Keeler, born Brookfield March 20, 1780; no account of his 

marriage; died at New Milford in 1843. 
556c 3. Polly Keeler, born Brookfield June 3, 1781 ; married 

Wakelee ; died at Trumbull in 1837. 
556d 4. Czar Keeler, born Brookfield Oct. 13, 1782; married Betsey 

Wheeler; resided at Newtown and Waterbury. He died in 1837. (114^ 
550e 5. Ann Keeler, born Brookfield Feb. 28, 1784; married Thomas P. 

Smith. She died at Brookfield in 1839. (1142c) 
556f 6. Eli Keeler, born Brookfield Sept. 16, 1785; married Clara Ovett; 

resided at Bridgeport. He died at Sharon. (ii42g) 
556g 7. Almon Keeler, born Brookfield June 24, 1787; no further account 

of him except he died in 1821. 
556h 8. Huldah Keeler, born Jan. 30, 1789; married John A Peck, and 

died at Brookfield in 1842. (1142m) 
5561 9. Sally Keeler, born Sept. 16, 1790; married Benedict Dunning; 

resided at Brookfield; died Sept. 15, 1872. (1142V) 
556J 10. Lucy Keeler, born March 30, 1792; married Niram Jackson; 

died probably at Danbury. 
556k 11. Ralph Keeler, born Aug. 16, 1793; further of him unknown. 

556I 12. Ira Keeler, born June 5, 1797; married Sally Wildman, and died 

at Brookfield. (1142W) 
556m 13. Heman Keeler, born Oct. 15, 1798; whether married or not 

unknown; died in Indiana. 
556n 14. Hannah Keeler, born Oct. 6, 1800; married John Merwin; died 

at Brookfield. 

Children of EBENEZER, son of Ralph Keeler 4th, and HANNAH 

KEELER, of Norwalk:(i37) 

556° Ebenezer Keeler, Jr., born probably Norwalk; further unknown. 

5560 Ralph Keeler, born probably Norwalk; further unknown. 

556q Nathan Keeler, born probably Norwalk; married Nancy Rockwell, 

and settled at North Salem. 
556r Jonathan Keeler, born probably Norwalk; further unknown. 



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55&s Hannah Keeler, born probably Norwalk; further unknown. 

556* Rebeckah Keeler, born probably ..or walk; further unknown. 

556a Abigail Keeler, born probably Norwalk; further unknown. 

Children of BENJAMIN and HULDAH RUGGLES KEELER, of 
Brookfield, Conn. : ( 139) 
556v 1. Eldad Keeler, born Dec. 15, 1805; married (wife's name not 

known); resided at Brookfield. (1639a) 
556W 2. George B. Keeler, born Brookfield 1807; married Mabel Gray, and 

settled in Brookfield. (ii39d) 
556X 3. William Keeler, born Brookfield' (date not found); married 

Eunice Thomas; further unknown. (1139I) 
5S6y 4. Sarah Keeler, born Brookfield; married George Sanford. (ii39p) 

556Z 5. Mary Keeler, born Brookfield; never married; no further account 

of her found. 

Children of JOHN and PHEBE HOYT KEELER, of Ridgefield: (116) 

557 1. JOHN ROYCE KEELER, born New Canaan Feb. 3, 1769; died 
at Ridgefield Oct. 22, 1775. 

558 2. DANIEL KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 19, 1770; a farmer; 
married Jan. 1, 1792, at Ridgefield, GRACE DAUCHY, born Sept. 8, 
1774, daughter of John and Anna Smith Dauchy. They settled on West 
Mountains in Ridgefield, and died there — he April 28, 1832; she Aug. 15, 
1849, aged 76 years. ( 1089) 

559 3. MOSES KEELER, born Ridgefield Feb. 27, 1773; married Eliza- 
beth Dauchy, born Jan. 6, 1776, sister of DANIEL KEELER'S wife. He 
died Jan. 13, 1813. 

560 4. EZRA KEELER, born Ridgefield Nov. 13, 1774; married Hannah 
Iriman, and died Feb. 10, 1813. (1091a) 

561 5. PRUA KEELER, born Ridgefield Oct. 15, 1776, and died Aug. 
19, 1800. 

562 6. ABNER KEELER, born Ridgefield Dec. 30, 1778; a trader; 
married, near Whitehall, N. Y., PHILENA TERHUNE, and settled at 
South Hero, Vt., one of the large islands in the north part of Lake 
Champlain. When, his parents had outlived their ability to comfortably 
support themselves, he removed them from Ridgefield to his own house at 
South Hero, and tenderly cared for them while they lived. He died 
there Feb. 22, 1851, the survivor of all his children. (1100) 

563 7. PHEBE KEELER, born Ridgefield May 30, 1781 ; died Nov. 
23, 1835- 

564 8. Polly Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 22, 1784; further history 
unknown. 

565 9. John Rice Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 5, 1786, and died July 
29, 1790. 

566 10. Rachel Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. n, 1789; died in June, 1818. 

Children of SAMUEL and ELIZABETH KEELER NORTHROP, of 
Ridgefield: (118) 

567 I. William Northrop, born Ridgefield April 3, 1769. 

568 2. Hannah Northrop, born Ridgefield Feb. 9, 1771. 

569 3. Samuel Northrop, Jr., born Ridgefield March 16, 1772. 

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Children of ISAAC and DEBORAH WHITNEY KEELER, of Nor- 
walk: (307) 

571 1. WILLIAM KEELER, born Norwalk, Conn., Oct. 27, 1782; a 
hatter; married (the town record says at Stamford) Dec. 22, 1804, 
DEBORAH LOUNSBURY,. born there March 7, 1784. He died Dec 
13, 1822; she died July 8, 1849. (1105) 

572 2. DAVID KEELER. born Norwalk, Conn., Aug. 9, 1786; married 
at Norwalk, Dec. 24, 1806, MARY BURLEY, born Nov. 8, 1787. He 
died Sept. 4, 1815; she died in May, 1826. (nil) 

573 3. DELANCY (he is called Alanson in his father's will, dated Nor 
walk, March 22, 1819) KEELER, born Norwalk, Conn., Oct. 2, 1788; 
married Feb. 9, 1809, LYDIA LOCKWOOD, who was born June 10, 1789 
He died in February, 1841 ; she died in March, 1849. (11 14) 

574 4- HENRIETTA KEELER, born Norwalk. Conn., June 25, 1792; 
married there July 17, 1817, JOHN DASKAM. who was born April 26, 
1791, and died Oct. 21, 1824. She died July 30, 1830. He was a captiirt 
of a sloop trading to New York City. 

575 5. EDWIN KEELER, born Norwalk, Conn., Sept. 22, 1795; married 
at New York City, Feb. 23, 1817, SALLY P. NIXON, who was bom 
Oct. 6. 1801. He died May 23, 1829. She lived in New York City in 
1850. (1124) 

576 6. JANE KEELER, born Norwalk, Conn., Dec. 24, 1799, and died 
Feb. 17, 1800. 

$77 7- JAMES HARVEY KEELER. born Norwalk, Conn., July 17, 1801 ; 

married Sept. 9, 1822, MATILDA STEVENSON, who was born Feb. 7, 
1802. He died Jan. 13, 1832. She continued to live in Norwalk after his 
death, and died there March 4, 1870. 

Children of SAMUEL, son of Samuel and Mary Keeler, and 

ABIAH BENEDICT KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn.: (142) 

578 1. Timothy Keeler, born Ridgefield March 20, 1765; married Dec. 14, 
1788, Urania Deforest, born July 9, 1767. He died Dec. 4, 183 1 ; she died 
March 15, 1848. (1143) 

579 2. Phebe Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 26, 1763; married Matthew 
Beal, and settled at Frederickstown, N. Y. 

580 3. Abiah Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 16, 1767; married Nov. 2, 
1786, Phineas Smith; further unknown. 

581 4. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 1, 1770; never married; died 
at New Canaan, Conn., May 26, 1846. 

582 5. Hannah Keeler, born Ridgefield Jan. 26, 1773; married Oct. 16, 
1794, Matthew Northrup, and died in Ridgebury. 



THE TOWNSEND CONNECTION. 

The TOWNSEND connection with the Keeler branch of this work 
was traced from the History of Putnam County, N. Y., found in the 
Danbury Library. a"d is as follows : The first named was — 

583 DAVID TOWNSEND, of whose descendants the compiler of this 
work was unable to trace more than the following: The son of David 

584 Townsend was ELIHU. Neither the date of his birth or his wife's 
name could be found. In the history referred to above, it is stated that 
URIAH Townsend. born August, 1732. was the son of Elihu, the son of 
David. There may have been other children, but the record could not be 

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Hannah, the daughter of Samuel and Mary Keeler, of Ridgefield, Conn. 
They probably settled near his father, EHhu Townsend, who in 1735 
owned Lot No. 6 in oblong at the extreme southeast corner of Kent 
County, N. Y. f having moved there from Queens County, Long Island, 
at about that period. 

Children of URIAH and HANNAH KEELER TOWNSEND, of 
South East, N. Y.; (143) 

586 i. Tamson Townsend, born South East, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1767 ; married 
Dec. 15, 1 791, Absalom Ryder, born April 30, 1767, son of John and Sarah 
Sprague Ryder, of South East, N. Y. They settled at Berne, Albany 
County, N. Y., where they were living in 1810. (1151) 

587 2. Abijah Townsend, born North Salem, N. Y., 1761 ; date and to 
whom married not found. (1157) 

Four other children are mentioned, but date of birth not given, viz.: 

588 3- Elihu Townsend. 

589 4- Samuel Townsend. 

590 5. Abraham Townsend. 

591 6. Stephen Townsend. 

The grandfather, Elihu, moved to Canada, giving his farm in Kent 
County to the last mentioned four children. 

Children of STEPHEN and ABIGAIL KEELER NORRIS, of Ridge- 
bury, Conn. : ( 146) 

592 1. Betty Norris, born ; married Jan. 9, 1785, Peleg Arnold. 

They died at Ridgebury — he April 8, 1830, aged 72, years; she Nov. 6, 
1838, aged 73- (1158) 

593 2. John Norris, born ; married Oct. 20, 1790, Hannah North- 

rup. They lived and died at Bloomingburg, N. Y. ; date not known. 

594 3- James Norris, born ; married Sally Barnum, and settled at 

Janesville, Oneida County, N. Y. 

595 4. Stephen Norris, Jr., born March 6, 1773; married Oct., 1, 1795, 
Elizabeth Deforest, daughter of Elihu and Rachel Deforest, of Ridge- 
bury, where she was born March 13, 1774. They died at Danbury — she 
March 6, 1849, aged 75 years; he Oct. 3, 1859, aged 85 years. (1166) 

596 5. Abijah Norris, born Ridgebury April 12, 1786; married April 9, 
1805, Jerusha Hamilton, and settled at Morganville, Genesee Co., N. Y# 
Subsequent history but little known. (1172) 

597 6. Moses Norris, born Ridgebury; married Hepzibah Webb; lived 
and died at Mill Plain, Conn. — he March 31, 1848, aged 69 years. (1175) 

598 7. Samuel Norris, born Ridgebury; married Huldah (or Marilda) 
Whitlock, and settled in Onondaga County, N. Y. ; further unknown. 

599 8. Daniel Norris, born Ridgebury; married Nancy Burlock, and 
settled in New York State. 

Children of JAMES and ABIGAIL WHITLOCK KEELER, probably 
of Essex, Vt. : ( 147) 
399a 1. Samuel Keeler, born Bradford, Vt., Dec. 13, 1769; married, first, 

Polly Esther Castle; second, Sept. 11, 1823, Abigail Shattuck; she died at 

Essex in September, 1864. 
590b 2. Abbie Keeler; no record found. 
599c 3. Polly Keeler. born Feb. 11, 1772; married Calkins, and 

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599d 4. Lydia Keeler, born April 9, 1774; married Wolcott, and 

settled at Painted Post, N. Y. 
599e 5. Rachel Keeler, born May 6, 1776; married Marshall Castle, and 

settled in Vermont. 
599* 6. John Keeler, born Bradford, Vt, July 29* 1786; married Abigail 

Sinclair. Kept hotel in Essex, and he died May 25, 1876. 
5998 7- James Keeler, Jr., born Dec. 17, 1789; married Sarah A. Warner, 

who was born May 12, 1794, and settled at Rockford, 111., where she died 

April 27, 1839. He died there April 23, 1868. 

Children of JOSEPH and LYDIA KEELER GRAY, of Ridgebury, 
town of Ridgefield, Conn.: (150) 

600 1. HANNAH GRAY, born Ridgebury 1780, and died there Dec. 
22, 1790. 

601 2. ABRAHAM GRAY, born Ridgebury Dec. 15, 1781 ; married Anna 
Starr, born June 29, 1788. They moved to Clarksfield, O., where he died 
March 6, 1842, and she died July 20, 1844. (1183) 

602 3. ANNA GRAY, born Ridgebury Dec. 3, 1786; married Nov. 27, 
1805, Thomas St. John, a merchant and farmer. A man of influence and 
public spirit, he was sent to the State Legislature as the representative 
from his district, and was the postmaster at Ridgebury for several years. 
He died March 4, 1848, aged 62 years, 5 months, 4 days. She died Feb. 
15, 1869, aged 82. (1 195) 

603 4. HANNAH GRAY, born Ridgebury July 4, 1792; married there 
Dec 15, 181 1, Zina St. John, a farmer, born April 30, 1789. They settled 
at Leona, Mich., where she died Nov. 5, 1855, and he died there also, 
June 20, 1857. (1196) 

604 5. NATHANIEL GRAY, born Ridgebury March 19, 1795; married 
June 26, 1818, MILLIE A. CASE, born May 13, 1801. They settled in 
Mill Plain, where he died July 7, 1882. She died there March 1, 
1883. (1209) 

605 6. POLLY GRAY, born Ridgebury Sept. 3, 1797; married Feb. 20, 
1817, MINER POTTER, born April 9, 1787. They settled at Ridgefield, 
where he died Dec. 12, 1850. She died March 8, 1878. (1214) 

606 7. Sally Gray, born Ridgebury Jan. 8, 1791 ; married, first, Feb. 8, 
1827, William Grannis, born Litchfield Oct. 16, 1797; he died at Brook- 
field Aug. 21, 1849; married, second, Eli Gates; he died Jan. 28, i860, aged 
69. She died at Ridgebury Jan. 7, 1862. (1219) 

607 8. John C. Gray, a shoemaker, born Oct. 22, 1802; married May 4, 
1825, at Cornwall, N. Y., Eliza Case, born Feb. 24, 1807. He died May 29, 
1871; she died at Danbury Dec. 7, 1895. (1225) 

Children of DANIEL and ABIGAIL SMITH WORDEN, of Ridgefield, 
Conn.: (198) 

608 1. SARAH WORDEN, born Ridgefield about 1765 ; married June 16, 
1785, at Ridgebury, by Rev. Samuel Camp, of the Congregational Church 
there, WILLIAM ROCKWELL, youngest son of Jonathan and Esther 
Rockwell, of Ridgefield, where he was born about April, 1756. He was 
a soldier in the Revolution, was disabled and returned to his home in 
Bungtown. the southern border of Ridgebury Society, where he died Aug. 
21, 183 1, aped 75 years and 4 months. She died March 9, 1844, aged 
79 years. They were buried in Titicus Cemetery. (1229) 

609 2. Samuel Worden, born Ridgefield about 1766; married Oct. 13, 1785, 
at Ridgebury, Phebe Keeler, of that place. (1104) 



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Julia Susannah Keeler Tompkins, 

Ninth child of Diadatus Keclcr. 

James Tompkins, 

Her husband. 



William Diadatus Tompkius, 

Son of James and Julia Tompkins. 
Minnie Rienhardt Tompkins, 

Wife of William I). Tompkins. 

Bronson Keeler Tompkins, 

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610 3. Benajah Worden, born Ridgefield Sept. 17, 1768; married there in 
November, 1789, Sarah Bennett, and settled, it is said, at Onondaga, N. Y. 

Children of EBENEZER, son of Jonathan and Esther Rockwell, and 
ABIGAIL (Smith-Worden) ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield: (195) 

611 1. Reuben Rockwell, born Ridgefield (date obliterated) ; baptized at 

Ridgebury Jan. 3, 1779; married Stebbins, and settled in Western 

New York. 

612 2. William Rockwell, born Ridgefield Sept. 20, 1780; baptized (as 

Billy) Oct. 29, 1780; married Smith, of North Salem, N. Y., and 

died there. 

Children of JEREMIAH and SARAH ST. JOHN KEELER, ol 
Ridgefield: (160) 
612a 1. Samuel Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn., July 13, 1796; married 

May 14, 1828, Amanda Cannon; she was born at Blackford, Mass., Sept 

28, 1799; died Oct. 13, 1862. He died at Coryville, Tex., in 1875. (i243g) 
612b 2. Benjamin Keeler, born Ridgefield; married Sarah Slessor. He 

died at Ridgefield in 1865. (1243O 
612c 3. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield; married Smith Scott, and resided 

at Ridgefield. He died at Stamford. 
6i2d 4. Esther Keeler, born Ridgefield; never married; died at Stamford 

in 1867. 

Children of BENJAMIN and SARAH KEELER (daughter of Benjamin 
and Martha Smith Keeler) AYRES, probably of New Canaan or 
Ridgefield: (156) 
6i2e 1. Stephen Ayres, born Jan. 24, 1777; married Naomi Keeler, of 

New Canaan. 
6i2f 2. Moses Ayres, born June 7, 1782; further unknown. 

Children of DANIEL and ELIZABETH ROCKWELL (daughter of 
John and Elizabeth Keeler Rockwell) WILDMAN : (162) 

613 1. DANIEL WILDMAN, Jr., born Danbury Dec. 10, 1763. Moved 
with his parents to Bristol, Conn., where he was a Baptist minister. 
Went late in life to Lebanon, Conn., where he died. 

614 2. BETTY WILDMAN, born Danbury Sept. 19, 1765 ; married 

(supposed) Catlin. 

615 3. MARY WILDMAN, born Danbury Feb. 28, 1767. 

616 4. NATHAN WILDMAN, born Danbury Oct. 25, 1769; married at 
Danbury, Dec. 13. 1792, SARAH STONE, daughter of William Stone 
He died July 12. 1796. (1244) 

Children of JOHN, JR., son of John and Elizabeth Keeler Rockwell and 
grandson of Jonathan and Abigail Rockwell, and HANNAH SCOTT 
ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury, Conn. : (163) 

617 1. JOHN ROCKWELL, Jr., 3d, born Ridgefield April 7, WSSl a 
farmer. Went with his father when several families went from Ridge- 
field and Danbury to Lanesborough, Mass.. and settled. Married July 22 r 
1777, at Rutland, Vt., REBECCA IVES, and in 1784 moved to Cornwall, 
Vt., then a new settlement. He acquired a large farm, which was still 
in possession of his grandson, Simeon S. Rockwell, in January, 1893. On 
coming to Cornwall they dwelt some time two miles from their nearest 
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get their grain ground, a journey of two days' hard work. Tradition 
says that she was at Bennington at the time of the battle there, Aug. 16. 
1777, and helped to dress the wounds of the soldiers who fell in that 
engagement. They died at Cornwall— he Sept. 2, 1825 ; she Oct. 1, 1837 — 
and were buried there. (1245) 

618 2. JEREMIAH ROCKWELL, (1254) a farmer, born Ridgefield 
July 19, 1756. As did his brother John, he went to Lanesborough, Mass., 
in childhood. He married Anna Stearns, who died at Cornwall, Vt., Aug. 
15, 1801, aged 47 years; married, second, about 1803, Widow Lucy Eaton 
Day, who died at Cornwall, Vt., Sept 21, 1833, in her 66th year; he 
married, third, July 17, 1834, at Cornwall, a niece of his first wife, 
Abilene Stearns Smith, widow of Otis Smith, of Lanesborough, daughter 
of Ebenezer and Anna Hyde Stearns. After his third marriage they 
removed to Stanbridge, C. E., till the autumn of 1846. Then in 1847 ht 
bought a small farm in Brandon. Vt., on which he died Aug. 28, 1852, in 
his 97th year. His widow bought a place in West Bangor, N. Y., where 
she died May 13, i85i. They were buried in the West Bangor Cemetery 

He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, beginning at Bunker Hill, 
and in his latter life received a pension for his service. He has been 
described as a short, thick-set, robust man, with light complexion. He 
never knew a day of sickness until within a few days before his death, 
which occurred in his 97th year. He was noted for his ardent piety and 
consistent Christian life. 

619 3- JAMES ROCKWELL, a farmer and shoemaker, born Ridgefield 
April 12, 1758; married Mercy Smith, of Jericho, Vt., daughter of Isaac 
Smith, and settled in Cornwall, Vt., where they both died and were 
buried — she about 1819, and he about 1833. His second wife was a 
Widow Scovel. (1269) 

620 4. TIMOTHY ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Dec. 20. 1760; married 
first, Phebe Chase; married, second, Widow Skellenger; settled at 
Cornwall, and moved to Stanbridge. C. E., and died about 1825 at Stan- 
bridge, C. E., and was buried there. (1271) 

621 5. RACHEL ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield, 1762; probably died in 
infancy. 

622 6. SAMUEL ROCKWELL, (1278) a farmer and miller, and he and 
his wife were Baptists; born Ridgefield Oct. 28, 1764; married at Lanes- 
borough, Mass., about 1785, HANNAH LASSELL, born there in 1767. 
After living at Lanesborough, Cornwall, Shoreham and Crown Point, 
they finally settled at Troy, Pa., where she died Jan. 17, 1819. He mar- 
ried, second, a Widow Bothwell. He died July 24, 18^8, in his 85th year. 
His descendants to the number of 141 met at Canton Aug. 25, 1847, for a 
visit at the old homestead, an account of which was published by the 
Bradford Reporter Sept. 25, 1847, and published in the account of his 
grandson, Samuel Alonzo Rockwell (2605). 

623 7. HANNAH ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough, in August, 1766; 
married about 1785, at Bennington, David Pratt, a farmer and miller, born 
in Vermont July 13, 1762. They lived at Bennington until 1804, then 
settled at Canton, Pa., and there died— she April 17, 1844, aged 77 \ he 
May 30, 1844; aged 81 years — and were buried in the family cemetery in 
Canton, Pa. He built the first framed house in Canton in 1812, and also 
built an iron foundry, and was an extensive farmer and mill owner. (1288) 

624 8. BETTY ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough Oct. 14, 1768; married 
March 8, 1792, RUFUS MEAD, a farmer, son of Ezra and grandson of 
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settled at Cornwall, Vt, and there died — he Nov. 26, 1824; she Oct. 14, 
1848— and were buried at Cornwall. (1299) 

625 9. SALLY ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough, Mass.; no further 
account of her. 

626 10. REUBEN ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough Jan. 3, 1773; 
married April 9, 1795, at Cornwall, Sally Sampson, born Newburyport 
Mas&, Oct. 9, 1777. They dwelt in Cornwall till Feb. 9, 1796; moved to 
Jericho, Vt. She died Oct. 3, 1804. and he married, second, Huldah 
Howe, who died at Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1869 or 1870. He died at Jericho 
Nov. 16, 1807. (1302) 

627 11. MEHETABEL ROCKWELL, born Feb. 13, 1775; married about 
1795* CALEB COREY, son of Reuben and Catherine Corey; he came as 
a Loyalist from New England to Canada, and settled near Stanbridge, 
P. Q., where both were buried on their farm. They died at Stanbridge — 
he Dec. 29, 1843; she April 21, 1846. (1308) 

Childiren of JOHN, JR., and his second wife, SALLY RICE (Hunger- 
ford) ROCKWELL, of Cornwall, Vt. : (163) 

628 12. ELLING ROCKWELL (sometimes called Eleanor), born Lanes- 
borough June 18, 1780; married about 1805, ICHABOD DELANO, a 
farmer born Dummerston, Vt., May 5, 1782, son of Abijah and Joan 
(Hovey) Delano. She died Dec. 22, 1822, at Sandgate, Vt., and was 
buried in Arlington, Vt. He died Feb. 25, 1847, at Shoreham, Vt. (1318) 

629 13. LUCINA ROCKWELL (sometimes called Lucy) ; married 
Josiah Thompson, and settled in Cornwall, Vt., where they died. (1320) 

630 14. Earl Rockwell; history unknown; is supposed to have died m 
Jericho, Vt, unmarried. 

Children of JOSEPH and WAITE RAYMOND ROCKWELL, of 
Wilton. Conn. : (200) 
631. 1. JOSEPH ROCKWELL, Jr., born Wilton about 1762; married 

Mercy Keeler and settled in Wilton, Conn. They moved about 1816 to a 

place subsequently the town of Shelby, Richland County, Ohio, where he 

was killed by a falling tree while engaged in clearing his land, about 

1818. (1336) 
632 2. CLAPP ROCKWELL, born Wilton, Conn., Jan. 4, 1763 ; married 

Abigail Gregory, born Dec. 12, 1761. She died there in June, 1838; he 

died in March, 1850. (1321) 

3. Phebe Rockwell, born about 1765; married Isaac Arnold, Wilton. 

Children of JONAH, JR., and (wife's name not known) ROCKWELL, 
of Wilton : (203g) 
632a 1. George Rockwell, born probably Wilton; said to have settled in 

the West; married (name not known). His daughter Mary Frances 

married Harris Morgan. 
632b 2. Fanny Rockwell, born probably Wilton; married Samuel Williams, 

and resided at Bald Hill. 
632c 3. Joseph Rockwell; married Jan. 1, 1832, Huldah Elwell, who died 

about 1887, aged over 100 years. He died about 1877. (i337g) They had 

a grandson, Frederick Rockwell, who is married and has children. 
632d 4. Alfred Rockwell, born Wilton ; married Phebe Parsons. 

Children of DANIEL, son of John and Elizabeth Keeler Rockwell, and 
ABIGAIL SMITH ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury, Conn.: (164) 



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633 1. SILAS ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Aug. 30, 1760; married 
Dec. 20, 1781, at Ridgefield, HANNAH OLMSTEAD. They lived at 
Freehold, Albany County (now Greene County), N. Y. He sold land in 
Ridgebury April 26, 1796, and was said to have moved to the West (1330^ 

Wilton records say he married there in 1799 Olmstead; probably 

a sister of his first wife, Hannah. 

634 2. CHLOE ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield April 13, 1762, and died 
at Ridgebury May 9, 1775, aged 13 years. 

635 3. DANIEL ROCKWELL, Jr., born Ridgefield Jan. 19, 1764; lived 
unmarried, and died at an advanced age at the house of his brother 
MARTIN in Western New York. 

636 4. CALEB ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Oct. 13, 1765; married by 
Rev. Samuel Camp at Ridgebury, Oct. 30, 1796, to Widow Olive Starr 
Porter, and settled in Western New York. 

637 5- RUTH ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield April 6, 1767; married Aug. 
29, 1787, by Rev. Samuel Camp to Eli Andrews, of Danbury, where he was 
born, son of Capt. Abraham and Sarah (Taylor) Andrews, grandson of 
Robert and Anna Olmstead Andrews, great-grandson of Abram and Sarah 
Porter Andrews, and great-great-grandson of John and Mary Andrews, 
of Farmingham, Conn. They settled in Winchester, Conn., where his 
father gave him 10 acres of his home farm. Soon after 1801 they moved, 
and probably settled in some part of Oneida County, N. Y. (1338) 

6. ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Dec 26, 1769, son, name not 

recorded. Town records state that he died Feb. 1, 1770, unbaptized. 

638 7- BETTY ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Nov. 11, 1774; married by 
Rev. Samuel Camp at Ridgebury, Nov. 27, 1799, to her father's cousin, 
OBIL ROCKWELL, a tanner, son of Abijah and Lydia (Birchard; 
Rockwell, of Ridgefield, where he was born Dec. 2, 1776. They settled 
in Ridgebury, where she died Dec. 17, 1851. He died at Dover, Delaware. 
Oct. 19, 1870, and was buried, as was his wife, in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

639 8. SEYMOUR ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Nov. 7, 1777, and died 
in Ridgebury Aug. 25, 1778, aged about 9 months. 

640 9. MARTIN ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Aug. 27, 1780; married, 
and lived in Western New York; particulars not obtained. 

Children of DAVID, JR., son of David and Elizabeth Hyatt Kockwell, 
and MARY ATHERTON ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury, Conn.: (174J 

641 1. Reuben Rockwell, born Ridgebury, Conn., Dec. 5, 1768; mar- 
ried, first, Cumphe, born Jan. 21, 1770, died Dec. 16, 1820, aged 50 years, 
10 months, 26 days; buried at Milltown; married, second, Esther, boru 
Jan. 13, 1770, died Sept. 4, 1838, and buried at Milltown Cemetery; mar- 
ried, third, Annis Gray; she died at Mill Plain, N. Y.; married, fourth, 
Susannah Wooden; date not given. (1342) 

642 2. Enos Rockwell, a trader, traveled South and accumulated property; 
born at Ridgefield, Conn.; married (name not known). He died there 
Nov. 13, 1832. (1347) 

643 3. Hannah Rockwell, born Ridgebury; married Zadoc Smith, and 
settled at Charlton, Saratoga County, N. Y., where they died; date un- 
known. (1350) 

644 4. Thomas Rockwell, born Ridgebury April 12, 1771 ; married Deborah 
A. Crane, born Sept. 11, 1783. He died there Oct. 12, 1849. 0353) 

645 5. Isaac Rockwell, born Ridgebury; married Phebe Horton. They 
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Children by his third wife, SUSANNA WOODEN ROCKWELL: (174} 
646 6. Susan N. Rockwell, born Ridgebury Aug. 7, 1784; married at 

Ridgebury, May 13, 1806, Daniel Horton, born at Harlem, N. Y., Sept. 
20, 1782. He was a large farmer, arid popular among his townsmen, who 
often called him to fill places of trust. He died March 8, i860. She died 
Feb. 13, 1862, at Milltown. (1358) 

648 7. Mary Rockwell, born Ridgebury Aug. 8, 1782; married March 15, 
1804, William Ferguson; he died Dec. 31, 1848. She died May 29, 
1853. (1367) 

649 8. Eunice Rockwell, born Ridgebury; married Gideon Barrett, and 
said to have lived near Fishkill; further unknown. 

650 9. Stephen Rockwell, born Ridgebury, 1786; married Tryphena 
Ballard, born 1789. He died in New York City; she died Jan. 22, 
1841. (1372) 

Children of JOSEPH and ABIGAIL ROCKWELL (daughter of David 
and Elizabeth Hyatt Rockwell) DOOLITTLE, of Ridgebury, 
Conn.: (176) 

651 1. Reuben Doolittle, born Ridgebury, Conn.— and eleven others; 
names not obtained. 

Children of ABIJAH, son of David and Elizabeth Hyatt Rockwell, and 
LYDIA BIRCHARD ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury: (182) . 

652 1. OBIL ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury, Conn., Dec. 2, 1776; married 
Betty Rockwell, daughter of Daniel and Abigail Smith Rockwell, born 
at Ridgebury Nov. 11, 1774; married at Ridgebury by Rev. Samuel Camp, 
Nov. 27, 1799. They settled at Ridgebury, where she died Dec. 17, 1851. 
He died at his son's in Dover, Del., Oct. 19, 1870. 

The following obituary appeared in the local newspaper at the time of 
the decease of Obil Rockwell, of Ridgebury, Conn. : 

"Another of the Fathers has passed away, another disciple of Christ 
has gone to his rest. Born in the days that tried men's souls (1776), 
OBIL ROCKWELL witnessed the rise and progress of our nation, 
from its earliest infancy to its present exalted position among the nations 
of the earth. He witnessed the election of all the Presidents, from 
Washington to Grant. His memory extended back to the days when 
steamboats, telegraphy and railroads were unheard of; when stoves and 
pleasure carriages were luxuries unknown to the most wealthy of the 
inhabitants, and the ladies rode to church on the indispensable pillion. 
He early chose the occupation of a farmer, and faithfully and successfully 
tilled the soil his ancestors occupied before him. Unassuming in his 
manners, always preferring others to himself, he won and retained, during 
his long life, the regard and respect of all who knew him. He made a 
public profession of religion in 1823, and connected himself with the 
Congregational Church in Ridgebury, and continued an humble and con- 
sistent member until his death. Since the ' death of his wife, which 
occurred Dec. 17th, 1851, he has lived with his children in Connecticut and 
Western New York. The last few years of his life he passed in Dan- 
bury and Norwalk, Conn., the last year in Dover, Delaware, where he 
died, October 19th, 1870, aged 93 years, 9 months and 28 days, and in 
compliance with his own request his remains were brought to Ridgebury, 
his native place, by his only surviving son, George Rockwell, and in- 
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"'The hoary head is a crown of glory if it be found in the way of 
righteousness.' " 

653 2. SALLY ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury, Aug. 20, 1780; married 
at Ridgebury, Jehiel Seymour, of Ridgebury, a shoemaker and farmer, 
born May 3, 1783. They settled in Miry Brook, where he died March 
27, 1858. She died there June 20, 1862. Both were buried in Ridgebury 
Cemetery. (1377) 

654 3- ZERI ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury, 1786; a shoemaker and 
farmer; married Lydia Weed, daughter of Timothy Weed; she was born 
Dec. 13, 1789. They settled in Ridgebury, where he served as deacon 
in the Congregational Church for 21 years, of which they were both 
members, and he was also a leader of the choir until his death, which 
occurred Sept. 10, 1843. Several years after his death she went to 
Pittsfield, 111., and lived with her son, Watson B. Rockwell, until her 
death, which occurred Oct. 6, 1863. (1382) 

655 4. *BELINDA ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury; married at Ridge- 
bury, Brewster Byington. They settled in Western New York, where 
they died. 

♦Note. — It is said that the above Brewster and Belinda Rockwell 
Byington had two children, who lived in the west, viz. : 1. Belinda 
Byington, said to have married. 2. Mary Byington, who married a 
lawyer named Pratt, and lived in Western New York. Further in- 
formation could not be obtained by the compiler. 

Children of COMFORT and RACHEL ROCKWELL (daughter of 
John and Elizabeth Keeler Rockwell) WILDMAN, of Miry Brook, 
Conn.: (166) 

656 1. THOMAS WILDMAN, born Miry Brook, near Danbury, Conn . 
April 25, 1763; married by Rev. Samuel Camp, Dec. 25, 1785, HANNAH 
BENEDICT, born Nov. 5, 1765, daughter of Lieut. Lemuel and Sarah 
(Trowbridge) Benedict, of Miry Brook, where she died March 14, 1821, 
in her 56th year. Dea. Thomas Wildman married, second, Oct. 8, 1821, 
Widow Sarah Pierce Norton, daughter of Abram and Anna Pierce, of 
Southbury, born May 17, 1781 ; died May 17, 1869. He died Feb. 21. 
1852. They were buried in Miry Brook graveyard. (1388) 

657 2. ELIAKIM WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Jan. 5, 1767; married 
at Danbury, Nov. 17, 1796, ELIZABETH BENEDICT, daughter of 
Lieut Lemuel and Sarah Trowbridge Benedict, born at Miry Brook 
March 9, 1775 (sister of his brothers wife, Hannah). They died in 
Miry Brook District— he Oct. 15, 1836; she April 17, 1855— and wei<? 
buried in Miry Brook graveyard. (1390) 

658 3. EUNICE WILDMAN, born Miry Brook May 11, 1769; married 
May 24, 1789, STEPHEN BROWNSON BENEDICT,- of Miry Brook, 
where he was born Dec. 20, 1764, son of Lieut. Lemuel and Sarah 
Trowbridge Benedict. She died Aug. 8, 1804, and was buried in Miry 
Brook graveyard. He married, second, Widow Hannah Dunning 
Keeler, born 1770, and died at New Canaan in 1858. He died Nov. 19, 
1851. According to Benedict Genealogy (page 380), his monument in 
Wooster Cemetery, Danbury, says "d. Nov. 18, 1851" 0395) 

659 4. ADONIRAM WILDMAN, (1399) born Miry Brook May 7, 
1771; married at Lanesborough, Mass., Nov. 5, 1795. Anna Bradley, 
daughter of William and Lois (Beach) Bradley, born Sept. 14, 1775- 
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hats and cloth. They settled in Lanesborough, Mass., and from there 
removed to Milton (now Genoa, N. Y.), where they lived for five 
years, and then returned to Danbury, where she died Aug. 18, 1810. He 
married, second, at Danbury, March 17, 181 1, Mary Ann White, daughter 
of Joseph and Rachel Nichols (or Peck) White, born Oct 14, 1767. She 
died at Danbury, March 20, 1837, aged 70 years. He married, third, 
March 27, 1838, Anna Hamilton Boughton, widow of Elias Boughton, 
daughter of Paul and Anna Hamilton, of Danbury, born July 19, 1776. 
She died at Danbury Sept. 17, 1843, aged 64 years. He died at Danburv 
Jan. 24, i860, in his 89th year, and was buried with his wives in Woostcr 
Cemetery. 
6fio 5- JOHN ROCKWELL WILDMAN, born Miry Brook April 9, 

1773; married in Lanesborough, Mass., Sept. 19, 1800, Electa Curtis, of 
Lanesborough, where she was born April 2$, 1782. He was a tailor, 
and lived awhile in Lanesborough, Mass., then removed to Cooperstown r 
N. Y. He built there the second framed house in the city, but failing 
in business, removed back to Danbury, where he died Jan. 9, 1849, aged 
74 years, 3 months. She died July 23, 1865. They were buried in Woos- 
tcr Cemetery. (1406) 

661 6. BENAJAH (called Najah) WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Jan. 
7, 1776; married Nov. 11, 1798, at Ridgebury, by Rev. Samuel Camp, 
Rebecca De Forest, born at Wilton, Conn., daughter of David and Sabra 
De Forest, of Ridgebury Society; she died Oct. 11, 1844. He married 
Dec. 25, 1849, Widow Polly Anson, Gregory, born April 23, 1790. He 
was a blacksmith, and later a trader. Najah Wildman and his wife 
both died in Danbury— he Dec. 11, 185 1 ; she March 6, 1870. They were 
buried in Woostcr Cemetery. (1409) 

662 7. DORCAS WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Oct. 17, 1779; married 
Eleazar Sprague, and died at Danbury March 8, 1829, and was buried in 
the graveyard in rear of the jail. (1411) 

Children of WILLIAM and SARAH ROCKWELL FORRESTER, of 
Ridgebury: (169) 

663 1. JEAN FORRESTER (elsewhere called Jane), born Ridgefield 
Nov. 7, 1769; married at Ridgefield, Feb. 10, 1785, Benjamin Fowler, ? 
clerk for her father. He died of consumption Sept. 25, 1801, aged 44, 
according to his gravestone in Ridgebury Cemetery. (1418) 

664 2. Sarah Forrester, born Ridgefield June 11, I77S» and died April 4, 
1791; buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

665 3. Anna Forrester, born Ridgefield Aug. 10, 1780; died May 9. 1789; 
buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

666 4. Elizabeth Forrester, born Ridgefield Feb. 13, 1788; died Feb. 12, 
1790; buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

Children of ARTHUR and JEMIMA KEELER FORRESTER, of 
Ridgebury: (172) 

667 1. Jane Forrester, born Ridgebury, Conn., May 31, 1778; married 
Elias Thomas. 

668 2. Frederick Forrester, born Ridgebury July 10, 1780; no further 
known of him. 

669 3. Lot Forrester, born Ridgebury Feb. 12, 1782; a carpenter; married, 
first, Nov. 15, 1803, Hannah Mead; she died in August, 1823; second, 
Dec 10, 1823, Freelove Arnold. He died at Howard, N. Y., Jan. 18, 



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670 4. Arthur Forrester, Jr., born Ridgebury Aug. 7, 1784; further 
history unknown. 

Children of ABRAHAM and ESTHER RIGGS ROCKWELL, of 
Ridgebury, Conn.: (170 and 190) 

671 1. RUNA ROCKWELL, (1429) a farmer, bora Ridgebury, town of 
Ridgefield, Conn., on the same farm his father and grandfather had 
lived for nearly a hundred years previously; date of his birth, Feb. 11. 
I773- He was commissioned an ensign of the 6th Company of the 16th 
Regiment of Connecticut State Militia by Gov. Wolcott, Oct. 14, 1796. 
{See copy of original hereafter.) He was subsequently chosen captain, 
and was ever after, as long as he lived called Captain Runa RockwelL 
He was married Nov. 11, 1790, at the age of 17, by Rev. Samuel Camp, to 
RACHEL DARLING, daughter of Joseph and Polly Street Darling, of 
Ridgebury, where she was born May 6, 1773. They continued to live 
on the old homestead till late in life, when they sold the farm to a 
grandson, and lived with their children. She was greatly loved and 
respected by all acquainted with her. He lived with his son, JOHN T. 
ROCKWELL, in Brookfield, where he died Sept. 24, 1864. She died at 
the house of her daughter, Mrs. Polly Benedict, in Danbury, April 12, 
i860, and both were buried in Wooster Cemetery, Danbury, where 
marble tablets are inscribed with their names. 

Note. — They were members of the Congregational Church at Ridge- 
bury for many years, and sustained an unblemished Christian character, 
scrupulously observing the stated worship of God in their home, and, 
together with his neighbors, they endowed the Congregational Church 
at Ridgebury with an annual income sufficient to keep up the current 
expense of the church through coming time. 

The following obituary appeared soon after his death in the Danbury 
News, contributed by a grandson, who obtained the principal facts 
herein stated from him personally : 

"Mr. Runa Rockwell died at the house of his son in Brookfield on 
Saturday, September 24th, 1864, at the very advanced age of 91 years, 
7 months and 13 days. He was born in the town of Ridgefield, Parish 
of Ridgebury, February nth, 1773. The farm upon which he lived during 
much of his long life had been in the possession of the famly since it 
was first purchased from the Indians. His son truly says, 'the fact of his 
having lived to be so old, and his faculties so remarkably retained, are 
worthy of record, attesting the importance, and commending his example, 
of frugality, industry and temperance in all things/ He was one of the 
foremost in the cause of temperance, abstaining himself and discoun- 
tenancing in others the use of all intoxicating drinks, and abolishing the 
custom of 'treating his friends to liquor, as was usual in early times, and 
practiced by him until the evils of the use of ardent spirits began to be 
apparent.' Mr. Rockwell had long been a member of the Congrega 
tional Church at Ridgebury. He retained all his faculties unimpaired 
up to the day of his death. His memory was lucid and he loved to 
relate to his friends many incidents witnessed by himself connected 
with the Revolutionary War. He well remembered the cutting down by 
the Tories of the first liberty-pole in Ridgebury, and the erection of 
another in its place by the Federals, who filled the second one with 
pot-metal, nails, etc., to prevent it from sharing the fate of the former 
one. Also the confiscation of the property of some of his neighbors 
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aid and comfort to the enemy. He had a vivid recollection of the burn- 
ing of Danbury by the British, and of fleeing to the woods with his 
father as the red-coats approached Ridgebury. He outlived the use of 
pillions and gigs, and had the first four-wheel pleasure carriage ever 
built in Ridgebury. Gas, steamboats, telegraphs, railroads, etc, were 
then unknown. He traveled on horseback to the then far West, where 
it was nothing but a wilderness, passing through the present city of 
Rochester when it contained only one log house, making the journey to 
the Falls of Niagara and crossing into Canada. Having decided to 
locate there, he returned and made preparations to remove, but was 
detained by the breaking out of the War of 1812, rendering frontier 
life insecure for his family. His married life was remarkable. Him- 
self and wife were but seventeen years of age when they were joined in 
marriage Nov. nth, 1790, by Rev. Samuel Camp, and lived happily 
together for about seventy years, he surviving his companion about four 
years. During his life he saw the Government formed — saw it pass 
safely through all of its conflicts but the present. His desire was great 
to witness the successful termination of the present struggle. He had 
an abiding faith in the perpetujty of the Union, believing that in the 
future a greater destiny was in store for our country than it had yet 
witnessed. He died calmly, sweetly falling to sleep. Thus has passed 
away another link in the chain connecting us with the ever-glorious past 
and its band of heroes." 

The following is a copy of the original commission, which was fur- 
nished by Charles L. Rockwell, of Meriden, Conn.: 
OLIVER WOLCOTT, EsqUire, 

Captain-General and Commander-in-Chief in and over the 
State of Connecticut. 

To RUN A ROCKWELL, Gent., Greeting: 

You being by the General Assembly of this State accepted to be 
Ensign of the Sixth Company in the 16th Regiment of Militia in this 
State, reposing special Trust and Confidence in your Fidelity, Courage 
and good Conduct, I Do, by Virtue of the Laws of this State, me there- 
unto enabling, Appoint and empower you to take the said Company into 
your care and charge as their Ensign—carefully and diligently to discharge 
that Office and Trust, exercising your inferior Officers and Soldiers in 
the Use of their Arms according to the Rules and Discipline of War 
Ordained and established by the Laws of this State, keeping them in 
good Order and Government and commanding them to obey you as 
their Ensign, and you are to observe all such Orders and Directions as 
from Time to Time you shall receive either from me or from others 
your Superior Officers, pursuant to the Trust hereby reposed in You. 

Given under my hand and the public Seal of this State at New Haven 
the 14th day of October A. D. 1796. 

By His Excellency's command. OLIVER WOLCOTT. 

Samuel Wyllys, Secretary. 
The following report was on back of above: 

Account of Expenses after being chosen Captain. 

When chosen o 5 7^ A"* 2 5- Expenses to 

When received comm. 046 Capt. meeting Ntown 046 

1st Monday in May to Sep. 7. For rum drank 

treat Comp 18 o in the morning o 20 

Other expenses of the And other expenses of 

day 30 the day 3 3 

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*7ia z. ROCKWELL, on, died unnamed March 27, 1775. 

671b 3. '■ ROCKWELL, daughter, died unnamed March 14, 1782. 

$73 4. LUCY ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury May 6, 1783 ; married Oct 

37, 1801, at Ridgebury, THADDEUS BOUGHTON, (1444) a tailor 
and fanner, son of Timothy and Martha Scott Boughton, of Ridgefield, 
where he was born May 2, 1777. They settled at Nine Partners, 
Dutchess County, N. Y., whence after a few years they moved to 
Clinton, half a mile south of the Stone Meeting House, where they lived 
until 1816, at which time he bought a farm of 56 acres about one mile 
east, on what was called the Mountain. Here they lived until the 
spring of 1834, he working at his trade and also tilling and improving his 
farm. 

An interesting incident was related by her of the Revolutionary 
War. Her father, an inn-keeper at Ridgebury, learned that the British, 
under General Tryon, were marching from Danbury, where they had 
burnt the town, to Ridgebury, a distance of five miles. Supposing their 
intentions were to burn the houses in Ridgebury also, he put his oxen 
to his cart and loaded it with such needful articles as could thus be 
moved, and placing his wife and child in the cart, drove to the neighbor- 
ing woods and secreted them until the British had passed, which, how- 
ever, they did not until a severe engagement had taken place on the hill 
a few rods from his house, by which several were killed. On the return 
of the familly, to their surprise they found the house still standing, only 
having been pillaged of what the soldiers found in it that they wanted. 
She was not naturally of a strong constitution or a hopeful tempera- 
ment, but subject to a depression of spirits, especially during the last 
eight years of her life, which were spent at the home of her onl/ 
daughter, Mrs. Eliza Wanzer, at Ledyard, Cayuga County, N. Y. f where 
she died May 5, 1852. He survived her several years, living at the same 
place, where he, too, died June 16, 1861, and was buried by the side of 
his wife in the Friends' burying ground, where a plain granite grave- 
stone inscribed with their names marks their resting place. 

Nottk — Thaddeus Boughton, early in his married life, united with the 
Society of Friends (Quakers) known as the Creek Monthly Meeting, 
who held their meetings at the old stone meeting house at Clinton 
Corners, and at the time of the Separation he was a conscientious ad- 
herent of Elias Hicks and his doctrines, and in 1834, on removing to 
Victory, Cayuga County, N. Y., became separated from those of his 
peculiar religious views, whereupon he established the worship of God 
according to the custom of his sect, convening his family regularly on 
the first day of the week in his house and extending a cordial invitation 
to his neighbors to join with them in the service, which eventuated in 
there being a regular society organized at that place. 

Children of Capt. NEHEMIAH and ELEANOR ROCKWELL 
KEELER, of Ridgebury: (149) . „ . . ^ 

67* 1 MEHETABEL KEELER, born Ridgefield Oct. 1, 1772; died 

unmarried in Norwalk, Conn., Nov. 26, 1826, and was buried in Ridge- 

674 UT l ^RABAM GRAY KEELER, born Ridgefield July 20, 1777; 
married by Rev. Samuel Camp at Ridgebury April 25, 1801, to SARAH 
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settled at Ridgebury and in 1818 moved to Danbury, where he died Dec 
23, 1836, aged 61 years. She died at Yonkers, N. Y., Nov. 20, i860, aged 
77, and was buried beside her husband in Wooster Cemetery, Dan- 
bury. (1464) 

675 3- RUTH KEELER, born Ridgefield March o, 1780; married at 
Ridgebury, May 23, 1797, by Rev. Samuel Camp, to WILLIAM DANN. 
Jr., a cooper of South East, N. Y., a brother to Sarah, Abraham Grav 
Keeler's wife. They moved to Rush, N. Y., where they died (date not 
known). (1474) 

676 4. ABIEL KEELER, born Ridgefield March 12, 1784; a farmer; 
married May 8, 1808, Sarah Rockwell, daughter of WILLIAM and 
SARAH WORDEN ROCKWELL. They settled in Ridgebury, moved 
to New Jersey and returned to Ridgebury, where he died May 27, 1861. 
She died at Olive, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1870, aged 84 years, and both were 
buried in the Ridgebury Cemetery. (1484) 

677 5. ELIZABETH KEELER (Betty), born Ridgefield July 15, 1787, 
and died at Ridgebury unmarried, July 30, 1865, and was buried in 
Ridgebury Cemetery. 

678 6. NEHEMIAH KEELER, Jr., born Ridgefield Nov. 27, 1789; 
a farmer; married at South East, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1815, POLLY BRUSH, 
daughter of Zophar and Sarah Bennett Brush. They settled in Ridge- 
bury, where she died Feb. 26, 1873, aged 82 years. He died at Ridgebury 
Dec. 4, 1881. (1491) 

679 7- ADONIRAM KEELER, (1500) born Ridgefield Nov. 25, 1701 ; 
a farmer. Served in the War of 1812 at New London, and at Stoning- 
ton. Married in Ridgebury, at the house of his brother Nehemiah, by 
Rev. Oliver Tuttle, Jan. 21, 1818, Charlotte Brush (sister of his brother 
Nehemiah's wife), born at South East, N. Y. Sept. 27, 1801, and died 
there July 29, 1849. He married, second, at White Pidgeon, Mich.. 
Widow Priscilla Brush Runyon, sister to his former wife. They lived 
in Ridgebury. She went West. He died July 5, 1873, and both were 
buried in the Ridgebury Cemetery. 

Children of PHINEAS, son of Isaac and his second wife, Hannah 
Stebbins Keeler, of Ridgefield, and ELIZABETH LOBDEIL 
KEELER, of West Milton, Saratoga County, N. Y. : (242 and 314) 

680 1. THEODOSIA KEELER, born North Salem, N. Y., Aug. 24, 
1798; married first, Aug. 26, 1821, Edmond Millard, and settled at 
Clarendon, N. Y. ; no children. She married, second, BENJAMIN 
THOMAS ; no children by last husband. Died, 1886, in Illinois. 

681 2. ISAAC KEELER, born West Milton, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1800; 
married Feb. 12, 1828, SUSAN WHEELER, and settled at Akron, N. Y., 
where he died Dec. 10, 1853. She died in Massachusetts, March 6, 
1863. (1508) 

682 3. JOHN KEELER, born West Milton, N. Y., April 25, 1802; 
married May 25, 1824, SELINDA BOSS, daughter of William G. and 
Leah Storms Boss ; she was born Aug. 8, 1805. They settled at Claren- 
don, N. Y. She died March 6, 1863 ; he died in Massachusetts April 3, 
1871, and was buried at Fredonia, N. Y.* (1511) 



*In Worcester, Mass., April 3d, 1871, Mr. John Keeler, late of 
Fredonia, aged 69 years. His remains have been brought to Fredonia to 
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683 4. TURTULLUS L. KEELER, born West Milton, N. Y. May 2c, 
1804; married Feb. 26, 1828, REBECCA HAYES, and settled at West 
Milton, where he died May 27, 1890. (1517) 

684 5- RUTH KEELER, born West Milton, N. Y., May 22, 1806; 
married Feb. 27, 1828, DAVID J. ROCKWELL, who was born at 
Bethel, Conn., Jan. 24, 1803. They settled at West Milton, N. Y., and 
moved to Akron, N. Y., where she died May 24, 1842, after which he 
moved to Fredonia, N. Y., and died. (2069) 

Children of PI1INEAS and his second wife, MARY ELLIS KEELER, 
of West Milton, N. Y. : (242) 

685 6. Edmund P. Keeler, born West Milton July 28, 1832; married 
Patience M. Beardsley; resided at East Galway, 1892. (1520) 

686 7. Hannah Keeler, born Milton Sept. 2, 1834; married M. Barndt, 
who died, and she also died at Galway, N. Y., May 5, 1887. 

Children of ISAAC and RACHEL NORTHROP KEELER, of 
Ridgefield, Conn.: (232) 

687 1. Nathaniel Keeler was born at Ridgefield, Conn., Nov. 3, 1760. He 
married at South Salem, N. Y., March 1, 1786, Rhoda Lawrence, who 
was born there May 4, 1763, daughter of Samuel and Rhoda (Benedict) 
Lawrence. [Samuel Lawrence, born March 9, 1739; died May 27, 1796. 
Rhoda Benedict Lawrence, born June 28, 1744; died May 17, 1817] 
Nathaniel and Rhoda Lawrence Keeler settled at North Salem, N. Y., 
where he was living May 15, 1793, and Feb. 20, 1798, at both which dates 
he received land in Ridgefield from his father, "in consideration of the 
love and affection" had for him. They subsequently moved to Clifton 
Park, N. Y., where he died Jan. 14, 1807. She married, second, Seely 
Blatchley, the father-in-law of her daughter Elizabeth. She died at 
Jordanville, N. C, May 8, 1852. (1526O 

688 2. Rachel Keeler was born at Ridgefield, Conn., Jan. 5, 1763, and 
died there Feb. 17, same year. 

Children of JOSIAH and ELIZABETH STEBBINS KEELER, of 
Ridgefield: (233) 

689 1. Elizabeth Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 3, 1766. 

690 2. Josiah Keeler, Jr., born Ridgefield Feb. 16, 1768; married at 
Ridgefield, Betsey Bradley, born Feb. 12, 1775, and settled at Galway, 
N. Y. (1523) 

691 3. Urania Keeler, born Ridgefield April 7, 1772; history unknown. 

692 4. Ebenezer Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. n, 1774; was living at 
Waterford in 1804. 

693 5. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 2, 1776. Only known as men- 
tioned in her grandfather Isaac Keeler's will, dated Feb. 2, 1778. She 
died there Sept. 29, 1785. 

Children of THOMAS and ANNA SQUIRES KEELER: (316) 

693a 1. Lewis Keeler, born Aug. 14, 1768. 

693b 2. Henry Keeler, born Sept. 2, 1770; died before 1807; not men- 
tioned in the order of distribution of his father's estate, dated Oct 5, 
1807. 

693c 3. James Keeler, born Feb. 18, 1773- 

693d 4. Isaac Keeler, born Nov. 15, 1775; married at Norwalk about 1801, 
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693c 5. Thomas Keeler, Jr., born Oct. 4, 1778. 

6p3f 6. Jasper S. Keeler, born May 8, 1781. 

6933 7. Anna Keeler, born Jan. 5, 1784. 

693I1 8. Erastus Keeler, born March 27, 1787; not mentioned in order of 

distribution; probably died before 1807. 
6931 9. Caroline Keeler, born March 20, 1789; married Robert Edwards. 

693J 10. George Keeler, born Feb. 1, 1791 ; married, Elizabeth Smith, 1810; 

married, second, Lucinda Wheeler, Oct. 19, 1823; died March 22, 1854, 

at Union, N. Y. 
693k 11. Polly S. Keeler, born Oct. 21, 1793; married Samuel Kimble. 

Children of SAMUEL and Widow ANN THATCHER KEELER, of 
Norwalk: (315) 
693I 1. Joseph Keeler, born Oct. 18, 1786; died probably at Norwal'c 

about 1824. 
693m 2. Charles Keeler, born April 6, 1789; settled in New York City, 

where he resided in 1812. 
693n 3. Samuel Keeler, born March 17, 1792. (His father's will was 

probated May 10, 181 7.) 

Children of ELIJAH and ELIZABETH KEELER, of Ridgefield, 
Conn. : (235) 

694 1. Phebe Keeler, born Ridgefield May 11, 1766. 

695 2. Polly Keeler, born Ridgefield May 31, 1767. 

696 3. Rhoda Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 17, 1768, and died there 
Aug. 31, 1768. 

697 4. Noah Keeler, born Ridgefield July 16, 1770. 

698 5. Reuben Keeler, born Ridgefield about March, 1775, and died there 
Sept. 15, 1778. 

699 6. Susannah Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 3, 1782. 

700 7. Jeremiah Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 31, 1783. 

701 8. Reuben Keeler, born Ridgefield March 2, 1785. 

702 9. Nanne Keeler, born Ridgefield March 13, (probably) 1787. 

Children of DANIEL and ABIGAIL RICHARDS KEELER. of Ridge- 
field: (244) 

703 1. STEPHEN B. KEELER, born probably at Ridgefield about 1773; 
married Sally Paddock. He was a grandson of Martin Keeler, brother 
of Elizabeth, who married John Rockwell, of Ridgebury, Conn. It is 
supposed he is the one that settled at Bridgewater and left many 
descendants. (1533) 

704 2. Daniel Keeler, Jr., born 1777 and died Dec. 19, 1866; married 
Anna Randall and resided at Bridgewater. (1527) 

705 3. Rhuamah Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 16, 1768; married there 
Alexander Ressequie, born May 24, 1759. He died Dec. 28, 1835; she 
died at Ridgefield Dec. 17, 1859, aged 91 years. (1542) 

706 4. Huldah Keeler, born probably Ridgefield (date not found). 

707 5. ESTHER KEELER, born Ridgefield Jan. 2, 1772; married 
GOULD SMITH, born there Oct. 21, 1767, son of Thomas and Sarah 
Smith. He died April 2, 1847; she died July 21, 1836. They were 
buried in Titicus Cemetery. (1544) 

706 6. Sally Keeler, born probably about 1774 in Ridgefield; never 

married; resided at Ridgefield. 

The above children were all named in their father's will, and received 
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Children of JABEZ and (probably) SARAH BENEDICT KEELER, 
of Ridgefield, Conn.: (245) 

709 1. ESTHER KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., Nov. 16, 17771 married 
DANIEL WARREN there. In another account of her she is called Olive. 
They settled in Ridgefield, where she died (date not known). (1545) 

710 2. DAVID KEELER, born Ridgefield Oct. 18, 1779; a farmer; 
married Dec 25, 1800, ANNA SANFORD, of Reading, where she w*s 
born Aug. 12, 1781. They settled at Kortright, N. Y., and died there — 
she Nov. 23, 1851; he June 1, 1861. (1546) 

711 3- MARTIN KEELER, born Ridgefield July 3, 1781 ; a merchant; 
married June 1, 1802, at Kortright, N. Y., Patience Mace, born at Dover, 
N. Y., Dec. 4, 1784. They settled at South Kortright, where he was a 
member of Assembly in 1816 and 1817; a sheriff of Delaware County in 
1819, and a judge of the Court of Common Pleas; a man of energy and 
activity. They died there — he April 1, i860; she March 31, 1876, in her 
92d year of blessed memory. (1558) 

712 4. JOHN KEELER, a farmer, born Ridgefield April 14, 1783; 
married April 6, 1803, MARY MEAD, and settled in Kortright, N. Y., 
till October, 1813, and then moved to Semphromus, N. Y., where they 
died— he July 7, 1854; she July 3, 1866. (1568) 

713 5. SARAH KEELER, born Ridgefield Feb. 10, 1785; married at 
Kortright, JARED GOODRICH, a farmer, born in Connecticut, 1780. 
They settled at Kortright Center, where she died July 23, 1806. He 
married, second, SALLY HUNT, and third, Olive Butts. He died at 
Stamford N. Y., in i860, and was buried there (1576) 

714 6. ABIJAH KEELER, born Ridgefield April 7, 1787; settled at 
Auburn, N. Y. Moved about 183 1 to Buffalo, N. Y., where he was a 
merchant. He married at Auburn SARAH MOREY, born at Hanover, 
N. H., June 3, 1789. He died at Buffalo Aug. 22, 1836; she at Adrian, 
Mich., March 17, 1872. (1578) 

715 7- JOSEPH KEELER, born Ridgefield Dec. 27, 1788; married 

Butts. They went to Ohio, thence to Valparaiso, Ind., and died 

there leaving children. 

716 8. JABEZ KEELER, born Ridgefield March 1, 1791 ; married JANE 
STOUT, and died at Auburn, N. Y. 

717 9. SILAS KEELER, born Ridgefield April 11, 1793; a physician; 
married Jan. 22, 1815, at Hobart, N. Y., REBECCA BALDWIN, born 
Nov. 30, 1794 ; she died at Seneca Falls, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1835. He married, 
second, in June, 1836, at Seneca Falls, N. Y., RHODA SEYMOUR. 
born Kingsbury, N. Y., March 22, 1800. He died April 13, 1867, at 
Seneca Falls, where she still lived in 1876. (1588) 

718 10. CATHARINE KEELER, born Ridgefield June 4, 1795; married 

Butts; moved West; further unknown. 

718a 11. KEELER, a twin of Catharine. 

Child of NATHAN, son of Martin and Esther Keeler, of Ridgefield, 
and SARAH KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (246) 

719 1. Nathan Keeler, Jr., born Ridgefield about 1777; chose Abner 
Gilbert his guardian March 27. 1792. being a^ that time about 15 years 
old. He lived at Weston, Conn., in 1799. where he sold 17 acres and 
32 rods of land at Limestone in Ridgefield for $449. 

Children of PHILIP and HANNAH HULL KEELER, of Ridge- 
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yao i. BRADLEY KEELER, born Ridgefield Aug. 6, 1785; a farmer; 

Hurried m 1809 at Reading, Polly Piatt, who was born there April 15, 
1 791. They settled at Limestone, where he died July 10, 1838, and where 
she was living in 1873. (1593) 

721 2. BURR KEELER, born Ridgefield December, 1787; a miller; died 
unmarried at Westport June 15, 1866, aged 79 years. 

722 3. ANNA KEELER, born Ridgefield June 7, 1789. She resided with 
her brother Burr, and kept his house at Westport, where she died un- 
married, April 5, 1869. 

723 4. ELIZABETH KEELER, born Ridgefield March 14, 1794; mar- 
ried DAVID PLATT, a farmer of Reading. They settled in Reading, 
where he died about 1855. (1601) 

724 5- HULL KEELER, born Ridgefield about 1795, and died there 
June 20, 1803. 

725 6. SALLY KEELER, born Ridgefield about 1797; married RICH- 
ARD S. BOUTON, a carpenter of Westport, who lived and died there 
about 1875. She died at Westport, Conn., in 1877. (1603) 

726 7. STREET HULL KEELER, born Ridgefield July 31, 1801; a 
wagon maker; married Jan. 5, 1834, Lucy Trowbridge, born at Bethel 
July 25, 1813. He went to New Haven in 1829, where he engaged in 
manufacturing woolen goods and printers' ink. He represented West- 
port two years in the Connecticut Legislature; was a commissioner of 
the County Court, and held various town offices. (1607) 

727 8. ESTHER KEELER, born Ridgefield about 1805; was living at 
Westport in 1875, unmarried. 

Children of AVERY and SARAH KEELER (daughter of Martin and 
Esther Keeler) BOUTON, of Ridgefield : (248) 

728 1. ESTHER BOUTON ; married WILLIAM MOOR. They settled 
in Somers, N. Y., July 22, 1814, when she sold her share of her father's 
estate to her uncle, Jabez Keeler, who was of Orange County, N. Y., at 
that time. 

729 2, PHEBE BOUTON; married STEPHEN TRAVIS. They settled 
in Somers, N. Y., and she also disposed of her share to her uncle, Jabez 
Keeler. 

Children of DAVID and AMY INGERSOLL KEELER, of South 
Salem, N. Y. : (250) 

730 1. DAVID KEELER, Jr., (1612) born at South Salem, Westchester 
County, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1771. In youth, he having a taste for the sea, 
he made a voyage to the West Indies, but on his return he went with 
his brother Ebenezer Keeler to Vermont, from where he removed to 
Essex County, N. Y., and settled near Crown Point as a farmer, where 
it is supposed he married ABIGAIL SKEELS, who was born in Central 
New York April 5, 1777. In 1829 he exchanged his farm there for a 
Soldier's Land Warrant, which was located on the banks of the Missis- 
sippi River, in the State of Illinois. In time the improvement of the 
West attracted many Eastern farmers to that more fertile soil, and David 
Keeler, with his family (his wife having died Aug. 16, 1840) thought to 
settle upon their Illinois land, and started to go there. When they 
reached the Valley of the Whitewater in Franklin County, Ind., he died, 
Aug. 21, 1846. What transpired in the history of his children for several 
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compiler. David Keeler, Jr., served in the War of 1812 in Capt. Sanford's 
detachment of the 8th Regiment, New York Militia, his enlistment dated 
Aug. s, 1812, and his discharge Dec. 3, 1812. He was a man of short 
stature, and great physical strength. 

731 2, EBENEZER KEELER, born South Salem, N. Y.; a shoemaker; 

settled in Vermont, where he married Mead; afterward went 

West, it was said to Lysander, N. Y., but no further intelligence has 
been received from the family. (161 7) 

7& 3- JESSE KEELER, born in South Salem Sept 14, 1774; a carpen- 

ter; married Dec. 24, 1800, SARAH BOUTON, of South Salem, where 
she was born Dec. 3, 1775, daughter of STEPHEN and MERCY 
ANDREWS BOUTON. They settled in South Salem, and from there, 
in 1833, moved to Cato, N. Y., where she died Feb. 11, 1851. He mar- 
ried, second, Nov. 20, 1854, at Cato, Widow Elizabeth Smith Hamilton; 
moved in 1850 to Granby, N. Y., where he died Nov. 5, 1861. (1618) 

733 4. BENJAMIN KEELER, born South Salem Nov. 27, 1777; a 
farmer ; bought land in Ridgefield as Benjamin Keeler 2d ; married March 
17, 1805, POLLY SEYMOUR, of Wilton, where she was born March 
11, 1783. They settled in South Salem, N. Y., and died there— she June 
19, 1858; he May 3, 1867. (1641) 

734 s. MARTIN KEELER, born South Salem about 1784. He was said 
to have had a family and lived at Lysander at one time, but no account 
of them has been obtained. 

735 6. DEBORAH KEELER, born South Salem in December, 1789; 
married Oct. 14, 1813, at South Salem, Asa Baker, formerly of Bridge- 
port, Conn., where he was born about 1791. He died Sept. 30, 1833, aged 
42 years. She then went to Winsted, Conn., where she liveti with her 
daughter, Mrs. Emily L. (Baker) Pond. She died Dec. 23, 1871, aged 
82 years. (1648) 

736 7. JOHN KEELER, born South Salem Jan. 24, 1792; a carpenter; 
married Oct. 15, 1826, THAMAR JANE BRYANT, born at Philiptown, 
N. Y., May 30, 1809. They were living at Souht Salem in 1875, *n 
good health. (1654) 

Children of PAUL, JR., and SARAH (CORN WELL) KEELER, of 
Ridgefield: (257) 

Nancy Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn., Sept. io, 1776. 

William Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 20, 1778. 

Asa Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 1, 1780; married Betsey Newman 
and settled near Great Bend, Pa., about 1808. He died Oct. 1, 1849. 

Lucy Keeler, born Ridgefield May 9, 1783. 

Sally Keeler, born Ridgefield (date not recorded). 

Urania Keeler, born Ridgefield (date not recorded). 

Clara Keeler, born Ridgefield (date not recorded). 

Abby Keeler, born Ridgefield (date not recorded). 

Children of EBENEZER and ESTHER (BIRCHARD) KEELER, of 
South Salem, N. Y. : (259) 

745 1. Betsey Keeler, baptized at South Salem Jan. 25, 1793; died there> 
according to the church records, Aug. 12, 1812. 

746 2. Richard Keeler, baptized at South Salem Jan. 25, 1793; said to 
have went to the West. 

747 3. Aaron Keeler, baptized at South Salem Jan. 25, 1793 ; said to have 
settled in the South. 



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748 4- Ebenezer Keeler, Jr.; no record; said to have we nt to the West. 

749 5- Clarissa Keeler; no record; said to have went to the West. 

Children of NATHAN, son of Paul and Sarah Wood Keeler, and 
REBECCA NICHOLS KEELER, of New York City: (261) 

750 1. LEWIS KEELER, born New York City Feb. 28, 1782; a shoe- 
maker; married LOIS PRESTON, who was born Aug. 12, 1782. They 
settled in New York City. She died at Trenton, N. J., Feb. 10, 1853. 
He died at Brooklyn Sept. 3, 1871. (1657) 

751 2. JEREMIAH KEELER, born Dec. 10, 1783; a grocer; married 
MARY PLACE, and settled in New York City, where she died, and he 
married, second, ELIZA CHARDEVOYNE. He died in Lispenard St, 
New York City, Nov. 22, 1850, and was buried at Greenwood. (1670) 

752 3. THADDEUS KEELER, born New York City Nov. 2, 1787; died 
there Nov. 18, 1813, unmarried. 

753 4. SARAH KEELER, born New York City Feb. 2, 1794; died there 
March 13, 1819. 

754 5. MARY KEELER, born New York City July 2, 1796; married 
GILBERT RITTER, an upholsterer of New York City, born June 1, 
1791. He died in New York City, and she was living at 52 West 12th 
St. in 1873. (1674) 

Children of BENJAMIN and LOIS KEELER KELLOGG, of South 
Salem, N. Y. : (262) 

755 1. EUNICE KELLOGG, born South Salem June 30, 1789; died 
unmarried, May 30, 1850. 

756 2. JASON KELLOGG, born South Salem Dec. 2, 1790; married 
Catharine Miller. He died at Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 9, i860, and was 
buried at South Salem. (1677) 

757 3- NANCY KELLOGG, born South Salem Jan. 8, 1793; died un- 
married, March 22, 1872. 

758 4. LOIS KELLOGG, born South Salem Jan. 16, 1795; married 
GILBERT JONES. He died at New Paltz in December, 1840. She 
returned to South Salem, and died in 1850. (1686) 

Children of AARON and MARY BROOKS KEELER, of South 
Salem : (264) 

759 1. HANCE KEELER, born South Salem Dec. 4, 179* ; died Dec. 21, 
1884; not married. 

760 2. JOHN KEELER, born South Salem Jan. 14, 1793; married Dec. 
7, 1824, at Ridgefield, ELIZA ANN BENEDICT, daughter of Jared 
and Chloe Benedict, born June 6, 1804. They moved in 1837 to North 
Wilton, where he died Feb. 20, 1868. She died May 2, 1874. (1692) 

761 3. JEREMIAH KEELER, born South Salem June 22, 1794; died 
there, unmarried, Jan. 21, i860. 

762 4. LOIS KEELER, born South Salem May 22, 1796; married Oct. 
22, 1817, BENJAMIN BENEDICT, son of Ezra and Susanna Benedict 
He died at Ridgefield Oct. 31, 1819, and she married, second, ISAAC 
BOUTON, son of Moses and Mary Todd Bouton, who died at South 
Salem Feb. 15, i860. She resided there in 1886, and died Sept. 13, 
1887. (1703) 

763 5. ESTHER KEELER, born South Salem Feb. 26, 1798; married 
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They settled jn South Salem and resided there in 18& He died Feb. 

14, 1878. She died Nov. 5, 1897. (1710) 
764 6. ANNA KEELER, born South Salem Jan. 25, 1800; died there 

May 23, 1820, unmarried. 
76s ■ 7. ABIGAIL KEELER, born South Salem Aug. 5, 1801; married 

Oct 28, 1845, JESSE S. BIRCH. They died at Camillus, N. Y<— he 

March 25, 1864; she April 5, 1864; no children. 

766 8. MARY KEELER, born South Salem Feb. 15, 1803 ; married there 
Nov. 17, 1830, STEPHEN HAYES, born at New Canaan June 4, 1795. 
They settled at South Norwalk, where he died July 28, 1864. She still 
lived at South Norwalk in 1877. (1719) 

767 9. HARRIET KEELER, born South Salem April 28, 1804, and died 
June 21, 1808; buried in the Presbyterian churchyard. 

768 10. Lewis Keeler, born South Salem May 5, 1805; married Oct 24, 
1832, Eliza Purdy, born July 21, 1812. They moved in 1848 to North 
Wilton, where they resided in 1875. (1728) 

769 11. Sarah Keeler, born South Salem Nov. 25, 1807; a teacher; 
resided with her sister Hancy on the homestead in South Salem in 1874. 
She died Jan. 1, 1888. 

770 12. Eli Keeler, born South Salem Sept 18, 1809 ; a shoe manufacturer ; 
married Nov. 14, 1837, Sarah Miller Keeler, daughter of David 
and Esther Bradley Keeler, born at Black Rock, Conn., March 7, 181 1. 
They were living at South Salem in 1894. She died Jan. 20, 1897. He 
died July 3, 1808. (1734) 

771 13. Aaron Keeler, born South Salem Aug. 17, 1812; a farmer; 
married Oct. 24, 1837, ELIZABETH ANN HULL, born at South Salem 
Oct. 23, 1818. He died May 2, 1893; another date given is 1891. She 
died Aug. 17, 1889. No children. 

Children of URIAH and SARAH SCOTT (daughter of Capt James 
Scott, of Ridgefield) MARVIN, of Ridgefield, Conn.:(39ii) 
775a 1. James Marvin, born Ridgefield March 28, 1766; married Mary 

Keeler, daughter of Paul Keeler; resided at Ridgefield (1732I1) 
775b 2. Huldah Marvin, born Ridgefield (date not obtained) ; married 

Thaddeus Benedict, and moved to Victory, where they died and were 

buried. (1732k) 
775c 3. Betsey Marvin, born Ridgefield March 17, 1785; married by Rev 

Goodrich, March 12, 1804, to Lewis Dean, born Sept. 12, 1784. Moved in 

1826 to Victory, and then again, about 1836, having married, second, Jared 

Hiscox at Victory, they moved to Spencerport, where they died. 

Children of DAVID and BETTY KEELER BOEAND, of Sharon, 
Conn. : (267) 

776 1. Rowena Boland, born Sharon, Conn., July 1, 1770; married, 1814, 
at Sharon, ABRAHAM AMBLER, and settled at Nassau, N. Y. f where 
she died. 

777 2. REUBEN BOLAND, born Sharon Jan. 13, 1772; a farmer; 
married at Sharon, ABIGAIL FOSTER, born there July 24, 1777. They 
settled in Sharon, and died there— he Jan. 21, 1849; she Nov. 19, 1855. 

778 3. JOHN BOLAND, born Sharon June 28, 1774; an inn-keeper; 
married Aug. 10, 1794, LYDIA JEWETT. He died at Sharon in 1833; 
she at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in 1838. 

779 4. ABIGAIL BOLAND, born Sharon April 21, 1776; died unmar- 
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780 5. BETTY BOLAND, born Sharon July 18, 1778; died Jan. 25, 1779. 

781 6. BETSEY BOLAND, born Sharon Dec. si, 1770; died there Aug. 
3, 1795- 

782 7. POLLY BOLAND, born Sharon Jan. 30, 1782; married John 
Bemns, a teacher. 

783 8. DAVID BOLAND, born Sharon Dec. 26, 1784; he went to Ohio; 
was a soldier under Gen. Harrison; last heard from was at Cincinnati. 

784 9. BELINDA BOLAND, born Sharon Jan. 16, 1787; married there 
SAMUEL PHILLIPS, a hatter, born at Danbury and died there. She 
married, second, at New York City, CALEB BENEDICT, born at Dan- 
bury Aug. 6, 1764, and died March 23, 1848. She died there April 
11, 1868. 

785 10. EZRA A. BOLAND, born Sharon Nov. 8, 1789; a tanner; 
married there Emily Dennis, and settled at Pittsford, N. Y., where he 
died in September, 1839. She died at Macedon, N. Y., in February, 1856 

786 11. AUGUSTINE E. BOLAND, born Aug. 31, 1791 ; a farmer. He 
went West and was a soldier under Gen. Harrison in the War of 1812. 
He married Nov. 4, 1824, RUTH WELLS TICKNOR, born Lebanon, 
N. H., March 15, 1803. He died Aug. 31, 1873. It was said he taught 
the first school west of the Wabash River. 

Children of JEREMIAH and LYDIA (KEELER) KEELER, of North 
Salem, N. Y. 1(269) 

787 1. JONAH KEELER, born North Salem, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1776; 
married March 25, 1797, REBECCA BAXTER, born there Oct. 10, 1775. 
He died on the farm where his father was born and died. He died 
Dec 25, 1851. She died in 1857 in her 83d year. His will, on file at 
White Plains, N. Y., dated Aug. 23, 1850, was probated Jan. r6, 
1852. (1739) 

788 2. POLLY KEELER, born North Salem March 12, 1780; married 
Aug. 2, 1796, GEORGE P. BRUSH, a farmer on Long Island, born 
Aug. 31, 1775. They settled at Spencertown, N. Y., where he owned 
mills and a farm. He died while on a visit to North Salem, Sept. 6. 
1829. She died at Nelson, N. Y., May 7, 1865. (1746) 

789 3- SALLY KEELER, born North Salem; married Daniel Lobdell, 
a miller, and they moved to Nelson, N. Y. (1756) 

790 4. RHODA KEELER, born North* Salem Aug. 4, 1784; married 
June 3. 1800, NEHEMIAH SMITH, and settled in North Salem, 
N. Y. (1238) 

791 5. Nathan Keeler, born North Salem Sept. 5, 1786; a farmer; mar- 
ried Sept. 5, 1809, NANCY BENEDICT, daughter of Timothy and 
Phebe Rockwell Benedict, born April 30, 1790. She was a granddaughter 
of John and Dinah Bouton Benedict, of New Canaan. She died April 9, 
1852, on the farm formerly his father's and grandfather's, where he also 
died, Sept. 13, 1861, aged 75 years and 8 days. (1766) 

792 6. Lewis Keeler, born North Salem Oct. 23, 1788; a farmer; married 
Oct. 10, 1812, at North Salem, CHLOE OSBORN, daughter of Gamaliel 
and Dolly Keeler Osborn, of Ridgebury, where she was born April 24, 
1793- They moved to Cazenovia, N. Y., where he died Nov. 4, 1846. She 
died at Painsville, O., Oct 22, 1851. They were members of the M. E. 
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Children of THOMAS and MELICENT KEELER NORTHROP, oi 
Ridgefield : (270) 

793 1. RACHEL NORTHROP, born Ridgefield, Conn., March 5, V7*\ 
married (no date given) Beers Pulling, a shoemaker, born at Ridgefield 
Nov. 7, 1763. They settled in Galway, N. Y., but returned to Ridgefield, 
where they died— she June 3, 1818, and he in August, 1846. 

794 2. LYDIA NORTHROP, born Ridgefield April 4, 1774; married 
MILES RIGGS (see his record), son of Josiah and Experience Davis 
Riggs. (Whitney Genealogy, page 134.) 

795 3- LEWIS NORTHROP, born Ridgefield Jan. 17, 1791 ; married 
Polly Smith, and started to go to New Orleans, and was never after 
heard of; supposed lost at sea. 

796 4. BETSEY NORTHROP, born North Salem, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1798; 
married March 10, 1842, HARRY BLOOMER ; he died at North Salem 
March 10, 1859. His widow resided there in 1876. 

Children of JOHN and MARTHA (KEELER) WHITE, of Sharon, 
Conn.: (271) 

797 1. POLLY WHITE, born Sharon, Conn.. Feb. 3, 1780; she died 
Dec. 2, 1806; not married. 

798 2. RHODA WHITE, born Sharon Aug. 30, 1781; married Jan. 5, 
1802, at Sharon, Salmon S. Woodruff, a farmer, born July 28, 1778. He 
died Aug. 21, 1829. She died at Cortland vi lie, N. Y., Oct 16, 1840. 

799 3. WHITEN WHITE, born Sharon April 18, 1783; a mason and 
teacher; married Oct. 21, 1805, Eunice Burr, born Oct. 12, 1780; she died 
Jan. 11, 1813. He married, second, March 2, 1813, Mary Burr, his first 
wife's sister, born Nov. 5, 1782. They moved in 1816 to Homer, N. Y., 
and died there — he May 22, 1849; she June 16, 1862. 

800 4. PRUDENCE WHITE, born Sharon June 6, 1785 ; married about 
1835, at Hitchcock Corners, N. Y, ELI S. JARVIS, a tailor. They 
moved in 1856 to Henrietta, Mich., where they died — he June 4, 1869, 
aged 84, and she Oct. 28, 1869, aged 84. His first wife was Lois L. 
Chapman, and died Sept. 12, 1820, aged 29 years. 

801 5. JOHN KEELER WHITE, born Sharon Oct. 29, 1789; a mason; 
married in 18 15, on Dover Mountain, N. Y., Sally Griffin. They settled 
at Cortland, N. Y., where he held various offices of trust, being at one 
time a Justice of the Peace. He died Sept. 14, 1864. She died in Minne- 
sota about 1872. 

802 6. GEORGE WHITE, born Sharon Feb. 26, 1793; a farmer and 
teacher of vocal music; married Aug. 16, 1818, Lois Lambert, born Jan. 
9, 1706, at Orange, Conn. She died at Sharon June 23, 1856, after which 
he lived with his children. He was seven times chosen a delegate to 
the Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Con- 
necticut. 

803 7. BETSEY WHITE, born Sharon Feb. 10 1796; married in April, 
1820, Albert F. Boland, a son of her cousin, Reuben Boland. (See his 
record.) 

Children of NATHANIEL and JEMIMA BARNUM KEELER, of 
Galway,. N. Y.: (272) 

804 1. MERCY KEELER, born Galway, N. Y., June 13, 1783; married 
Peter Chapman, of Galway. She died at Webster, O., June 9, i&S- 

805 2. LYDIA KEELER, born April 15, 1786; married Ira T. Freeman, 
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806 3. LEWIS KEELKR, born Galway, N. Y., June 5, 1788; a farmer; 
married March. 30, 1815, at Cazenovia, N. Y., ANNA BISHOP, born at 
Williamstown, Mass., June 5, 1797. She died at Fenner, N. Y., Oct. 11. 
1870. He moved in 1874 to Cazenovia, N. Y., and died in September, 
1875. He served in the War of 1812. He was a Justice of the Peace in 
1828. He was a Baptist, having joined the Baptist Church in Galway ji 
1800, and for many years was a clerk of the church. 

807 4. Phebe Keeler, born Galway, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1790; married March 
19, 1818, at Perryville. N. Y., THOMAS MARSHALL, a farmer, born 
at Stillwater, N. Y., June 16, 1793- They settled at Chittenango Falls, 
N. Y., and moved to Fenner, N. Y., where he died April 24, i860, after 
which she lived with her son there, Aimer Joel Marshall. (1797) 

808 5. NATHANIEL KEELER, born Galway, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1792; 
married at Sullivan, N. Y., PHEBE HALL. He received a pension for 
service in the War of 1812, and died at Camillus, N. Y., Jan. 8, 
1873. (1803) 

809 6. POLLY KEELER, born Galway, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1794; married 
CALVIN WOOD at Fenner. N. Y. They resided at Whitewater, Wis., 
in 1875. 

810 7- JOEL ELMER KEELER, born Galway, N. Y., March 17, 1798; a 
teacher and farmer ; married POLLY SMITH at Fenner. He was school 
commissioner and a deacon in the Baptist Church there. He died there 
Dec. 12, 1854. (1805) 

Children of LEWIS KEELER (his wife's name not found) : (273) 
810a i. MARY KEELER, born probably in Franklin, N. J.; married 

Burk; little could be learned of her. Report says her daughter 

visited her friends at Waterford, N. Y., about 1835. 

811 2. Pamelia Keeler, born probably at Franklin, N. J.; married at 
Troy, N. Y., Robert Hazard, a stove and tinware dealer of Troy. He 
died at the house of his sister at Hoosack, N. Y., of consumption. She 
died at Troy (date not known). (1806) 

Child of MILES and PATTY BULL RIGGS, of Norfolk, Conn.: (188) 

812 1. Miles Rigg; married Hannah Benedict, of Butternuts, Otsego 
County, N. Y. (1085) 



LOCKWOOD PEDIGREE-1630-1894. 

FROM LOCKWOOD GENEAU>GY. 

FIRST GENERATION. 

813 1. Robert Lockwood, of England. Came to Watertown, Mass., 1630. 
He died at Norwalk, Conn. His widow, Susanna, was appointed ad- 
ministratrix. She married, second, Jeffrey Ferris, and she died Dec 
23, 1660. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

814 2. Ephraim Lockwood, born Watertown, Mass., Dec. 1, 1640 ; married 
June 8, 1665, Mercy Sention, sister of Matthias, who married Rachel 
Bouton Sention. (X434d) 



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THIRD GENERATION. 

815 3» Joseph Lockwood, born Norwalk April 1, 1680; married Aug. 14, 
1707, Mary Wood. She died June 2, 1736. He died at Norwalk Nov. 
23, 1760. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

816 4. Isaac Lockwood, born Norwalk Dec. 24, 1726; married Jan. 10, 
1755, Ruth Whitney, born Jan. 3, 1736, daughter of Hezekiah Whitney. 
She died Aug. 18, 1828. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

817 5. Isaac Lockwood, Jr., born Norwalk Dec. 22, 1761 ; married April 
28, 1784, Aner Nichols, born Sept. 10, 1758. She died at Brookfield in 
1838. He died Dec. 27, 1844. (1435) 

Children of REUBEN and MARY KEELER DOOLITTLE, of North 
Salem, N. Y.: (275) 

818 1. Fanny Doolittle, born North Salem March 27, 1787; married 
Jan. 25, 1810, at Malta, N. Y., DANIEL MOREHOUSE, a farmer of 
Ballston, N. Y., where he was born Sept. 27, 1784. They moved in 181b 
to Greenfield, N. Y., where they died— he June 29, 1852, and she Feb. 
26, 1864. 

819 2. MARY DOOLITTLE, born North Salem Jan. 21, 1789; married 
Feb. 21, 1814, JOHN KELLY, teacher and farmer, born Newark, N. J., 
Jan. 20, 1787. They lived and died at Ballston Spa, N. Y.— she Dec. 25, 
1825, and he Nov. 2, 1852, and were buried there. 

820 3. Henry Doolittle, born North Salem April 29, 1793; a farmer; 
married Jan. 26, 1815, MARY OLIPHANT, born at Waterford, N. Y.. 
Feb. 16, 1795. They settled on a farm two miles south of Ballston, 
adjoining his father's, where she died Aug. 20, 1840. He married, second. 
Sept. 9, 1841, Delana Titus, born June 5, 1798. He served in the War of 
18 12, and was forty-five years an elder in the Presbyterian Church, and 
for twenty-five years recording secretary of the American Bible Society. 
His motto was "Occupy till I come," and seemed to live only to do good. 
He died at Ballston Village Feb. 10, 1869. His widow resided at Ballston 
in 1875. He had no children. 

821 4. HULDAH DOOLITTLE, born North Salem May 15, 1797: 
married May 28, 1828, XENOPHON HAYWOOD, a teacher and editor, 
born at Weathersfield, Vt., Nov. 4, 1798. They lived at Johnstown, 
N. Y. ; moved to Waterford, where she died Feb. 1, 1834. He married, 
second, in April, 1836, Eliza T. Smith. He owned and edited the 
Amsterdam Recorder. He moved in 1869 to Baldwinsville, N. Y., and 
was proprietor of the Onondaga Gazette about two years, when he 
returned to Waterford and purchased the Waterford Recorder, which he 
edited until his death, Dec. 21, 1871. 

822 5- HARVEY DOOLITTLE, born Malta, N. Y., April 13, 1800; a 
tanner and farmer; married June 5, 1825, Sarah Butterworth, born at 
Grafton, Mass., May 7, 1797. They were living at Malta in 1875, in the 
same house where he was born. 

823 6. Horace Doolittle, born Malta, N. Y., March 1, 1803; a clergyman 
of the Protestant Reformed Dutch Church ; married May 4, 1830, at Har- 
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Middfebush, N. J., Aug. 6, 1805. He graduated at Union College in 1826, 
and at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1829. He held pastorates at 
Springfield, South Orange, Pompton and Stanton, N. J., and was living 
with his son at Somerville, N. J., in August, 1875. 

824 7i Eliza Doolittle, born Malta, N. Y., Sept. 6\ 1806; a teacher at 
Malta, Johnstown aftd Waterford, < N. Y. She was living at Troy, N. Y. r 
where she served as accountant at the Orphan Asylum, 8th St., Troy. 

Children of ABRAM and RHODA KEELER AMBLER, of Nassau, 
N. Y. : (276) 

825 1. ABRAM AMBLER, a farmer; lived and died at Nassau, N. Y. 

826 2. HULDAH AMBLER, born Nassau, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1787; married 
July 24, 1802, at Nassau, STEPHEN INGHAM, a physician, born at 
Richmond, Mass., May i8> 1778L They moved to Wisconsin, and died at 
his daughter's in Elkhorn, Wis. (date not known). 

827 3. Silas Ambler, born Nassau, N. Y.; a farmer; married Thamasine 
Winegar, and resided at Nassau in 1876. 

828 4. Peleg Ambler, born Nassau, N. Y., and died there about i860. 

829 5. Harriet Ambler, born Nassau, N. Y. ; married .Sherman, 

and died at Nassau, N. Y. 

830 6. Rhoda Ambler, born Nassau, N. Y.; married — : Hodges, and 

died at Greenfield, N. Y. No children. 

831 7. Ambler, born Nassau, N. Y.; married Rufus Crooker, 

settled in Ballston, N. Y., and died there. 

832 8. Fanny Ambler, born Nassau, N. Y. ; married late in life (name not 
known) ; nad no children. 

Children of NOAH and SARAH KEELER STARR, of Ridgefield : (277} 

833 1. Sarah Starr, born Ridgefield, Conn., Jan. 25, 1774. 

834 2. Keeler Starr, born Ridgefield Nov. 18, 1776. 

835 3. Anne Starr, born Ridgefield Dec. 5, 1778. 

836 4. Samuel Starr, born Ridgefield Aug. 24, 1786. 

837 5. Noah Starr, Jr., born Ridgefield June 22, 1782; married March 21, 
1804, his cousin, SARAH KEELER, who was born there Nov. 27, 1780, 
daughter of John and Patty Keeler. 

Children of JOHN and PATTY OLMSTEAD KEELER, of Ridge- 
field, Conn.: (278) 

838 1. SILAS KEELER, born in Ridgefield, Conn., Feb. 26, 1777; mar- 
ried Oct. 16, 1799 (his wife's name was not learned). They settled in 
Mentz, Cayuga County, N. Y. 

839 2. GAMALIEL KEELER, born Ridgefield Dec. 13, 1778; married 
Sept. 24, 1802, Polly Olmstead, and went to Mentz, N. Y. He sold to 
his brother Silas his share of his mother's dower, March 13, 1812. 

840 3. SARAH KEELER, born Ridgefield Nov. 27, 1780; married her 
cousin, NOAH STARR (see his record). They settled in Ridgebury, 
where he died (date not given). She died in the West (particulars 
not known). 

841 4. CALEB KEELER, born Ridgefield April 18, 1783; married Feb. 
23, 1806, RUTH RICHARDS. They settled at Ridgebury, Conn., on 
the homestead of his father. She died July 23, 1839, in her 64th year. He 
married, second, May 9, 1841, Betsey Young, of Ridgebury, where she 
died Sept. 18, 1862, and both were buried there. (1809) 



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842 5- ABIGAIL KEELER, born Ridgefield July 5, 1785; married and 

settled at Cayuga Bridge. She sold her land in Ridgefield to Gamaliel 
Benedict for $60 in 181 1, shj being then unmarried. Said to have went 
West with her brother. 

«43 6. LAURANIA KEEELER. born Ridgefield Aug. 15, 1787. Died, 

not married, May 1, 1873, at New Canaarf. 

844 7. ANNA KEELER, born Ridgefield Feb. 18, 1790; married Oct. 7, 
1807, at Ridgefield, Aaron Bouton, son of Daniel and Mary Mead Bouton, 
of Stamford, where he was born Aug. 10, 1738. They settled at New 
Canaan and die/1 there— she July 17, 1839, and he Sept. 5, 1845. (1814) 

845 8. LEWIS KEELER, born Ridgefield Feb. 18, 1792. They settled 
in Mentz, where he died, probably about 1870. 

846 9. ASA KEELER, born Ridgefield May 13, 1795; married Patty 
Dickens, of Reading. He went West, and his friends in Connecticut 
could not give his residence. 

Children of JOHN and SARAH KEELER NASH, of Ridgefield, Conn.; 
(279) 

847 1. John Nash, Jr., born at Ridgefield Nov. 28, 1768 ; 'married Julia 
Goodale; further unknown. 

848 2. Mehetable Nash, born at Ridgefield March 6, 1770; married Elijah 
Owen. 

849 3. Freelove Nash, born Ridgefield June 8, 1772 ; married Julius Jack- 
son ; further not known. 

Children of LEMUEL and REBECCA KEELER BANGS, of Ridge- 
field: (280) 

850 1. Sarah Bangs, born in Ridgefield March 7, 1774; married March 1, 
1797, at Stamford, SETH SMITH, a millwright, born in Massachusetts 
Jan. 10, 1776. They went to Canada, crossing on the ice four miles above 
Buffalo. They lived at Holderman, on Grand River. They returned and 
settled at Portageville, N. Y., where she died May 3, 183 1. He died at 
Portville, N. Y., June 3, 1850. 

851 2. Joseph Bangs, born at Stratford, Conn., April 25, 1776; a farmer 
and local M. E. preacher; married Huldah Silliman, born April 5, 1783. 
They dwelt at Hobart, N. Y., till 1828, and then moved to Tecumseh, 
Mich., where they died — he Jan. 7, 1848, with Christian hope; she Oct. 
25, 1850. 

852 3. Nathan Bangs, born at Stratford, Conn., May 2, 1778; a clergyman 
of the M. E. Church at the age of 21. He taught school and practiced 
surveying. He joined the church in 1800, and was licensed to preach in 
1801. He joined the New York Conference, and two days later (instead 
of two years, the usual time) he was ordained an elder and assigned to 
the River Thames district, which was very large, embracing a part of 
Michigan and Ohio. In 1806, April 23, he married Mary Bolton, born 
at Terrebonne, L. C, Dec. 23, 1787. In 1808 he returned to New York, 
having been that year assigned the Oswegatchie Circuit with Sylvanus 
Keeler. The year 18 12 found him without a charge, as the war prevented 
his intended return to Canada. In 1813 he was presiding elder at Rhine- 
beck, and in 18 17 went to New York City, where he was pastor of the 
Duane Street Church till 1819. He was book agent till 1828, and editor 
of the Christian Advocate and Journal till 1832. He was pastor of the 
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1846, and Sands Street Church, Brooklyn, till 1848, and presiding elder 
of New York East district till 1852, when, having served fifty consecutive 
annual appointments, he was reported superannuated, and so remained 
till death. They died in East 14th street— he May 3, 1862; she May 16, 
1864, in her 76th year. For a comprehensive biography of this eminent 
man, see "Life and Times of Nathan Bangs, D.D.," by Abel Stevens, 
LL.D., a volume of 450 pages. 

853 4. ELIJAH KEELER BANGS, born Stratford June 4, 1780; a sea 
captain; married Oct. 29, 1807, in Philadelphia, Pa., ESTHER STACK- 
HOUSE, of Philadelpha, where she was born Oct. 17, 1787. They 
settled in Philadelphia, where she died Sept. 27, 18 19. He died Sept. 13, 
1856. In his latter life he was an invalid from the effects of his perilous 
life, and was kindly cared for by his affectionate daughter, Mrs. Rebecca 
Bangs Steel, with whom his home was from the time of her marriage. 
No account has been found of his first marriage. 

854 5- JOHN BANGS, born Stratford Aug. 8, 1782; for many years a 
clergyman of the M. E. Church ; married Jan. 2, 1804, at Stamford, N. Y., 
MARY RICKEY, They dwelt at Kortright about forty years, and then 
moved to Harpersfield, N. Y., where she died March 12, 1845, aged 
72 years. He married, second, Oct. 7, 1845, at Maryland, N. Y., Widow 
ARETHUSA RICE PALMER, born Oct. 12, 1788. She died at But- 
ternuts, N. Y., at the home of her son-in-law, William Burnside, June 
18, 1874. He died at Maryland, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1849. He published his 
autobiography in 1846, a book of 319 pages. 

855 6. Hannah Bangs, born at Fairfield, Conn., about 1786; died there 

in September, 1786. 
"856 7. Priscilla Bangs, born Fairfield, Conn., July 20, 1787; married 

Nov. 1, 1804, at Stamford, N. Y., PHILIP LINES, born at Clifton Park, 

N. Y., March 10, 1774. He died at Grand Gorge, N. Y., March 15, 1858. 

She was living there in 1876. 

857 8. Heman Bangs, born Fairfield, Conn. f April 15, 1790; at first a 
blacksmith, but became a clergyman of the M. E. Church. He married 
at Stamford, N. Y., Aug. 20, 181 1, Sally Burritt, born at Danbury, Conn., 
Aug. 3, 1789. They died in New Haven, Conn. — she Aug. 19, 1864; he 
Nov. 2, 1869. He was allowed a superannuated appointment after fifty- 
four years of service. 

858 9. Eleanor Bangs, born Stamford, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1793; married July 
21, 1812, at Grand River, U. C, Joseph . Catchell, a clergyman of the 
M. E. Church, born in Maryland, within two miles of the Pennsylvania 
line, May 31, 1783. They lived in Canada during the Patriot War and 
afterward settled at Lockport, N. Y., where she died Sept. 3, 1849. He 
died at Hamilton, C. W., June 19, 1862. Both were buried at Lockport. 

Child of JACOB and FREELOVE KEELER (daughter of Elijah and 
Sarah Keeler, of Ridgefield) NASH, of Ridgefield, Conn.: (281) 

859 1. JACOB NASH, born Ridgefield, Conn., Feb. 19, 1772; married 
Feb. 7, 1794, ANNA ROCKWELL, daughter of James and Abigail 
Hawley Rockwell, of Ridgefield, where she was born March 24, 1774. 
They settled at South Norwalk, and there died— he Sept. 8, 1845, aged 73 
years, and she on the 8th of September, 1868, aged 94 years, 5 months, 
17 days. She was possessed of such an amiable disposition that she 
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.Children of ELIJAH and ELEANOR SQUIRES KEELER, of Lanes- 
borough, Mass. : (282) 

859a 1. Elijah Keeler, Jr., born Lanesborough, Mass., June 5, 1780; mar- 

ried, first, at Charlotte, Vt., Aug. 28, 1806, Rebecca Cook, who was born 
at Charlotte, Vt., Aug. 2, 1786; she died at Malone, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1824. 
He married, second, at Canton, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1825, Cynthia Bird, born 
near Charlotte, Vt., July 19, 1784. He died at Malone, Franklin County, 
N. Y., July 21, 1844. She died at Malone Oct. 4, 1859. (1813a) 

859b 2. Andrew Keeler, born Lanesborough Feb. 10, 1782; died in youth, 

Jan. 11, 1790. 

859c 3. Bronson Keeler, born Lanesborough April 28, 1786; died at 

Malone, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1867. 

859d 4. Polly Keeler, born Lanesborough, and died there March 15, 1791. 

859c 5. Andrew Squires Keeler, born Charlotte, Vt., Feb. 4, 1791; died 
at Milwaukee, Wis. 

859f 6. Amos Keeler, born Charlotte, Vt. 

859g 7- Deodadus Keeler, born Charlotte, Vt., Feb. 3, 1795. (A "Diadatus" 
has been given, who was the parent of No. 1815a.) 

859I1 8. Sally Keeler, born Charlotte, Vt, July 25, 1798; died there Feb. 
25, 1813. 

Children of LEVI and DORCAS SMITH KEELER, of Ridgefield. 
Conn. : (283) 

860 1. SALLY KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., June 18, 1782; married 
Jared Bouton, son of Moses and Mary Todd Bouton, of South Salem, 
where he was born June 23, 1783. They settled in South Salem, where 
she died Feb. 16, 1816. He married, second, MARTHA FOWLER, born 
July 23, 1792. He died at South Salem Aug. 24, 1858. She died Aug. 
20, 1884. (See Bouton-Boughton Genealogy, page 121.) (1816) 

861 2. THEODOSIA KEELER, born Ridgefield Feb. 4, 1784. . She 
married, as his second wife. Ebe)nezer Hoyt, born there Nov. 14, 1779. 
They died at Ridgefield— he Feb. 11, 1861, aged 82; she Dec. 13, 1865, 
aged 81 — and were buried in Titicus Cemetery. (1822) 

862 3. JEREMIAH KEELER, born Ridgefield Aug. 7, 1786; a shoe- 
maker; married CATHARINE SMITH, born there March 24, 1787. 
They settled at Ridgefield, where she died May 15, 1814. He married, 
second, Hannah Smith, born at Norwalk March 10, 1798. He died at 
Ridgefield July 3, 1861, aged 75 years. She died at Cheshire July 12, 
1870, aged 72. A substantial brownstone monument marks their resting 
place in Titicus Cemetery. (1829) 

863 4- ELIJAH KEELER, born Ridgefield Aug. 31, 1788; a farmer; 
married there, in February, 181 1, ESTHER CRANE, born March 25, 
1790. They moved to Vermont, and died at Essex, Vt. — he April 26, 
1850; she July 23, 1871.(1837) 

864 5. BENJAMIN KEELER, born Ridgefield Jan. 10, 1791; was called 
Benjamin Keeler 2d; a farmer; married Abigail Hoyt, born there May 
I3> r 793- Moved in latter life to Sterling, N. Y., where he died. She 
died at Mottville, N. Y. (1842) 

865 6. JOSEPH KEELER, born Ridgefield April 18, 1794, and died 
ttocre April 30, 1812. (See Hoyt Genealogy.) 

866 7. THOMAS SMITH KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 16, 1801; a 
tailor; married at Ridgefield, MARY EMILY GILBERT, born there 
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1861, aged 62 years and 3 months. They were buried in Titicus Ceme- 
tery. (1848) 

867 & John Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 18, 1806; died there July 4, 
181 1, aged 4 years. 

Children of ABIJAH and CLARA HAYES HYATT, of Ridgefield, 
Conn., and Nelson, Madison Co., N. Y. : (372) 
867a 1. Charles S. Hyatt, born Ridgefield June 19, 1798; married Rachel 

Smith. He died at Cazenovia, N. Y., about 1868. (1238) 
867b 2. John Burr Hyatt, born Ridgefield July 2, 1800; married Mary H. 

Olmstead. He died at Ridgefield Sept. 20, 1870. No children. 
867c 3. Aaron Sanford Hyatt, born Ridgefield Oct. 22, 1804; married 

March 14, 1827, Electa Keeler. She died Oct. 11, 1830. He died at 

Nelson Dec 29, 1886. (1243a) 
867d 4. George W. Hyatt, born Ridgefield March 30, 1814; married, first, 

Emily Cushing; married, second, Lydia Sanford, born at Reading Sept 

23, 1803, died Nov. 14, 1863; married, third, Electa Goodrich, May II, 

1864; she died Feb. 2, 1894. He was living at Fenner, N. Y., in 1894* 

(1243O 
86>e 5. Elizabeth Hyatt, born Ridgefield Nov. 11, 1802; married Isaac J. 

Gilbert She died at Derby, Conn., Feb. 22, 1886. 
86>f 6. Caroline Hyatt, born Ridgefield Feb. 21, 1809; married Rer. 

Thomas Burr Rockwell. She died at Batavia, 111. (1928) 
867g 7. Maria Hyatt, born Ridgefield Jan. 7, 181 1; married Harris Evans. 

She died at Newark, N. J. 
867b 8. Lucretia Hyatt, born Ridgefield Jan. 27, 1807; married Ezra 

Davis. She died at Nelson about 1859. 
86>i 9. Polly A. Hyatt, born Ridgefield Oct. 27, 1816; married, first 

Silas Weed; second, Walter K. Smith. She died March 16, 1871. (1240) 
867J 10. Clara Hyatt, born Ridgefield March 5, 181 9; married Orlando 

Cushing. She died at Gilmore, Pa., Feb. 17, 1892. 
867k 11. Harriet Hyatt, born Ridgefield Aug. 30, 1822; not married. She 

died at Nelson Jan. 1, 1854. 

Children of JACOB and (his first wife) BETSEY WHITNEY LOB- 
DELL, of North Salem, N. Y. : (329) 

868 1. Anson Lobdell, born North Salem Dec 15, 1765; married, first 
Eliza Purdy; second, Sarah Townsend. Both died at North Salem. 
She died June 21, 1861; he died Sept. 27, 1870. (1854) 

869 2. Nathan Lobdell, born North Salem Sept 19, 1787 ; married Betsey 
Ann Lyon. They settled and died at North Salem. (1865) 

870 3. Abigail Lobdell, born North Salem (date not found) ; not married. 
Died at North Salem March 7, 1840. 

871 4. Bekey Lobdell, born North Salem April 23, 1793; married Lewis . 
Palmer, who was the father of Francis A. Palmer, President of the 
Broadway Bank, New York, for many years. (1871) 

JACOB LOBDELL'S children by second wife, REBECCA MORE- 
HOUSE LOBDELL, of Brookfield, Conn. : (329) 

872 5. Joshua Lobdell, born North Salem April 19, 1798; married, first, 
Eliza Miller; second, Sally Stevens. He died Dec. 10, 1850. (1874) 

873 6. Samuel Lobdell, born June 12, 1800, and died Aug. 30, 1817. 

874 7. Polly Lobdell, born in July. 1802 ; married Harvey Smith, and died 
at North Salem Aug. 7, 1846. (1883) 



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Children of BENJAMIN and ANNE LOBDELL REYNOLDS, of 
North Salem: (330) 

874a 1. Mathilda Reynolds, born North Salem; married Isaac Smith;, 
lived and died at North Salem. 

874b 2. Laura Reynolds, born North Salem; married Underbill M. Smith; 
lived and died at North Salem. 

874c 3. Alice Reynolds, born North Salem; married Purdy Baker; lived 
and died at North Salem. 

874d 4. Mary Reynolds, born North Salem; married Jackson Perry Lob- 
dell. She resided at North Salem. (3629) 

874c 5. Harrison Reynolds, born North Salem; married Betsey Dele- 
van. (1870a) 

Children of NATHAN and CHLOE LOBDELL BROWN (first wife), 
probably of North Salem, N. Y. : (308 and 331) 
874* i- Thomas Brown, bora July 11, 1792; married Feb., 1817, Sarah 

Williamson. She was born July 12, 1793, and died Oct. 31, 1891. He 

died in 1857. 
874g 2. Mary Brown; married Nathan Paddock; further not obtained. 
874h 3* Abigail Brown; married Raymond Williamson; further not 

obtained. 
874» 4- Ann Brown; married Samuel Palmer; further not obtained. 

Child by second wife, VIOLETTA ALLEN BROWN : 
874J 5- Susan Brown; married Thomas Smith; further not obtained. 

Children of SAMUEL and POLLY BAKER REYNOLDS, probably of 
North Salem, N. Y.: 

874k 1. Horace Reynolds, born probably North Salem; never married. 

$74l 2. Hiram Reynolds; married Jan. 4, 1843, Mary C Brown, and 

resided at Purdy's, N. Y. f in 1895. 

874m 3. Lyman Reynolds; married Caroline Fuller; resided at Ridgefield 
in 1895. 

874n 4. Sally Ann Reynolds; married Hackaliah Bajley; resided at 
Brewster, N. Y., in 1897. 

8740 5. Eli Reynolds; married Nancy Underhill; resided at Purdy*s Sta- 
tion in 1897. 

874P 6. Mary Jane Reynolds; never married; resided at North Salem 
in 1897. 

874q 7. Samuel Reynolds; never married; resided at North Salem in 1897. 

Children of STEPHEN, son of Jehu and Lydia Lockwood Keeler, and 
HANNAH MARVIN KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn.: (339b) 
874T 1. Sarah Keeler, bora Norwalk April 26, 1774; married Amos Smith, 

bora Nov. 12, 1768, son of John and Clementine (Mills) Smith; resided 

at Ridgefield. 
874s 2. John Keeler, born Norwalk Dec 29, 1776; married Ruth , 

mentioned in will probated at Norwalk May 12, 1829; resided at Wil- 
ton. (1870b) 
874t 3. Lockwood Keeler, born Norwalk Sept 3, 1778; died in youth at 

Wilton. 
874U 4. Nancy Keeler, born Aug. 11, 1780; married Asahel Osborn, and 

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$74v 5- Lucy Keeler, born April 27, 1782; married, as second wife, Major 

Wm. Dudley. She died at Wilton in 1866. 
874W 6. Mary Keeler, born July 22, 1787; married Seth Ferris, and settled 

at Wilton, where he died Feb. 23, 1861. 
$74x 7. Jane Keeler, born Dec. 9, 1789; married, first, Samuel Church; 

second, Bela St. John, born Aug. 11, 1773. (See note, Hall's History 

of Norwalk, page 304.) 
874y 8. Esther Keeler, born Dec. 9, 1789; no further account. 

8742 9. Roxy Keeler, born April 1, 1794; married Charles Nash. 

Children of SAMUEL, son of Thaddeus and Rebecca Keeler, of Nor- 
walk, and MARY ST. JOHN KEELER, of Norwalk: (3721) 
$74aa 1. Lewis St. J. Keeler, born Norwalk April 25. 1814, and went to 

Toledo, Ohio; married twice. His second wife was Mary Fillow, of 

Norwalk, Conn. He died Feb. 11, 1888. 
$74bb 2. James Keeler, born at Wilton, and died there. 
874CC 3. George Keeler, born at Wilton. 
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Children of TIMOTHY and PHEBE ROCKWELL BENEDICT, of 
South Salem: (406) 

875 1. Thomas Rockwell Benedict, born South Salem Oct 7, 1784, and 
died at Epheath June 5, 1851. 

875a 2. Joseph Benedict, born June 22, 1787, and died Feb. 4, 1863, at 

Union, N. J. 
875b 3. Nancy Benedict, born April 30, 1790; married Nathan Keeler, of 

North Salem. 
875c 4. Phebe Benedict, born Aug. 8, 1792; married Elias Gilbert, of New 

Haven, Conn. 
873d 5. Ruth Benedict, bora March 11, 1795.; married Azor White. 
875c 6. David Smith Benedict, born Aug. 25, 1797. 

Note. — Timothy Benedict was interested in land patents. (See 

Calender N. Y. History, mss. pp. 770, 795, 820.) 

Children of EZRA and PRISCILLA BATEMAN ROCKWELL, of 
Solon, N. Y.:(407) 
87Sf 1. Arabella Rockwell, born Solon, N. Y., May 17, 1793; married 

Cyrus Livermore; died in Ohio (date unknown). 

876 2. Sally Rockwell, born Solon, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1795; married Wilson 
Fish, and died at Rochester, N. Y. (date unknown). 

877 3. Ezra Rockwell, Jr., bora Solon, N. Y., May 17, 1798; married 
Rachel Hammond, She died in 1864, and he moved to Morris, 111., in 
1867, and died there in 1874. (1886) 

878 4. Sophia Rockwell, born Solon, N. Y., in April, 1801; married Eli 
Dickinson, and died at Cincinnatus, N. Y. 

879 5. Louisa Rockwell, born Solon, N. Y., in October, 1803; married 
John Kingman, and died at Cincinnatus, JJ. Y. 

880 6. Chauncey Rockwell was born at Solon, N. Y., May 1, 1807. He 
was a tanner and shoemaker, and some time between 1830 and 1840 
went to Tunkhannock, Pa., where, in partnership with Albert Newell, he 
established a tannery, which after a few years they sold out and went into 
the lumber business at Rummerfield Creek, Pa., wwhere he married 
Wealthy Gordon, who was born June 14, 1814. In 1839, by request of 
his father, Chauncey went back to the old homestead in Cincinnatus, 
N. Y., where he conducted a large dairy business until 1849, when, finding 
the climate uncongenial there, he sold the farm, and in 1850 moved to 
Ulster, Pa., and bought a half interest in a lumber business, consisting of 
two tracts of land, two mills and a store. One of the mills and the store 
was at Burlington, about eight miles from Ulster. This firm of Rockwell 
& Co. was dissolved, Chauncey Rockwell taking as part consideration for 
his interest a farm at Ulster, Pa., where he donated the land upon which 
the first church edifice was built in Ulster, by the M. E. Church Society. 
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a Urge square for a town park, which, after his death, his heirs beautified 
by planting seventy-five trees of various kinds. Early in 1862 he went 
to Philadelphia, where he had sent two of his boats loaded with lumber, 
disposed of the same, and returned home, was taken sick, and soon after- 
wards died at Ulster, Pa., March 19, 1862. His widow, to whom he 
willed all his property during her life, was still residing at Ulster in 1893. 

881 7. George Rockwell, born Solon, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1810; unmarried; 
Died at Cincinnatus, N. Y., Dec 2, 1841. 

882 a Thomas B. Rockwell, born Solon, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1812; married 
Lucia ; died at Cincinnatus Nov. 24, 1841. 

883 9. Elias S. Rockwell, born Solon, N. Y., April 2, 1819; married 
Henrietta Prisdle; she died at Cincinnatus (date unknown). He mar- 
ried, second, Kate Garrett, of Cazenovia. 

The following account was furnished by Miss Harriet P. Whitney, 
of Taylor, N. Y., daughter of Thaddeus and Laura Rockwell Whitney, 
and granddaughter of Thomas and Huldah Tuttle Rockwell, who came 
with his parents at the age of 16 years from Lenox, Mass., to Cort- 
land, N. Y., the rest of the family coming about three years later, and 
settled at Cincinnatus, N. Y. He died at Taylor, N. Y., March 29, 1873. 

Children of THOMAS, son of Thomas and Ruth Whitlock Rockwell, 
and HULDAH TUTTLE ROCKWELL, from Lenox, Mass. : (409) 

884 I. HIRAM ROCKWELL, born Cincinnatus, N. Y., July 22, 1799; 
married Oct. 28, 1821, POLLY BEEBE, who was born in March, 1800. 
They settled at Taylor, where he died April 16, 1835. 

885 2. JOHN ROCKWELL, born Cincinnatus Aug. 7, 1801 ; married 
May 15, 1832, HANNAH TUTTLE, and moved to Harrison, Pa., where 
he died March 23, 1863. 

886 3. RUTH ROCKWELL, born Cincinnatus Feb. 3, 1803; married Nov. 
21, 1826, PAYNE BROCKWAY, and settled at Freetown, N. Y., where 
she died Feb. 17, 1828. 

887 4. PRUDENCE ROCKWELL, born Cincinnatus May 10, 1805; 
married July 9, 1842, STEPHEN KELLOGG, and settled in Taylor, 
where she died June 11, 1845. 

888 5. LAURA ROCKWELL, born Cincinnatus Sept. 2, 1807; married 
Dec. 20, 1832, THADDEUS S. WHITNEY, born Feb. 14, 1808. They 
settled in Taylor, N. Y. He died at Taylor May 9, 1891. (1898) 

889 6. MARY ANN ROCKWELL, born Cincinnatus Dec. 2, 1810; 
married Jan. 14, 1830, JOHN B. WATROUS, born in December, 1807. 
They settled at Freetown, and moved to Harrison, Pa., where she died 
April 15, 1889. (1904) 

890 7. EUNICE ROCKWELL, born Cincinnatus Feb. 20, 1813; married 
Oct. 14, 1830, S. ELAN ENSWORTH, born in 1808. They settled at 
Cincinnatus, N. Y., and moved to Wellsboro, Pa., where they resided 
in 1894. 

891 .8. Hannah Rockwell, born Cincinnatus Jan. 31, 1816; married Dec. 
17, 1840, LEONARD HOLMES. They settled in Taylor, N. Y., where 
they .were still living in 1894. (X910) .. ' 

892 '9. Abigail Rockwell, born Cincinnatus July 20, 1819; married Sept. 2, 
1840, Hubbard Harrison. They moved to Harrison, Pa., where she died 
April 20, 1880. (1917) 



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Children of DAVID BURR and ESTHER BRADLEY KEELER, prob- 
ably of Ridgefield : (452) 

893 1. David Keeler; married, and fe said to have had three children. 

894 2. George Keeler; married Esther Ann Crawford. 

895 3- Sarah Miller Keeler; married Eli Keeler. She died Jan. 20, 1897. 
(See 770.) 

896 4. Eliza Keeler; not married. 

897 5. Ruth Keeler; not married. 

There were probably others. 

Children of and ESTHER KEELER CRAWFORD: (454) 

898 1, Esther Ann Crawford; married George Keeler, son of David, 
her cousin. 

899 2. Phebe Maria Crawford; married James Hunt. 

Children of WALTER, son of Timothy and Esther Kellogg Keeler, and 
HANNAH WARING KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (455) 

900 Walter Leander Keeler, born May. 16, 1803; married Oct. 30, 1828, 
Abigail R. Trowbridge, and resided at Bedford, N. Y. He died Nov. 
7, 1841. 

901 2. Joseph Oscar Keeler, born Sept. 4, 1807; married Oct. 15, 1834, 
Caroline Ferris; she died Feb. 21, 1848. He married, second, in October, 
1849, Emeline Purdy; she died. He married, third, Maria Ferris. He 
was living in 1893. 

902 3. Ann Maria Keeler, born Jan. 14, 181 1; married Jan. 19, 1837, 
Alfred Scofield. She died in 1879. 

903 4. William Augustus Keeler, born Oct. 22, 1814; married Nov. 28, 
1849, Elizabeth Lobdell. She died Feb. 4, 1885 ; he died April 19, 1889, 

904 5. Hannah A. Keeler, born Oct. 6, 1820; married Jan. 2, 1850, George 
Scofield. She died Oct 2, 1865 ; he died in 1880. 

905 6. Mary Jane Keeler, born April 23, 1823; further unknown. 

Childof PHILIP and MARY KEELER BRADLEY: (456) 

906 1. Harriet Bradley; not married; died (date not given). 

Children of WILLIAM and SARAH KEELER LEWIS: (457) 

907 1. Mariette Lewis; not married. 

908 2. Fannie Lewis; said to have married Abner Gilbert. 

Children of NATHAN and DORCAS ROCKWELL (daughter of James 
and Abigail Hawley Rockwell) STEBBINS, of Ridgefield, Conn.: (412) 

909 1. RUSSELL STEBBINS, born Ridgefield March 1, 1792; a mer- 
chant of New York City. He died July 9, 1878, at Ridgefield, Conn. 

910 2. JAMES STEBBINS, born Ridgefield Oct. 26, 1794. He died 
Nov. 14, 1818, at Mobile, Ala. 

911 3. CHARLES STEBBINS, born Ridgefield April 24, 1797. He died 
April 12, 1835 at New York City. 

912 4. FANNY STEBBINS. born Ridgefield April 20, 1800; married, 
first, Harvey Betts; two children. She married, second, Darius Loder. 
She died Oct. .22, .1882, in Wilton, Conn.. 

913 5- NATHAN GOULD STEBBINS. born Ridgefield May 28, 1802. 
He died Jan. 26, 1884, at Lockport, N. Y. 

914 6. DELIA STEBBINS, born Ridgefield Nov. 7, 1804. She died 
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915 7- DAVID M. STEBBINS, born Ridgefield May 11, 1810. He died 
Oct. a8, 1856, at Tarrytown, N. Y. 

916 a ABIGAIL STEBBINS, born Ridgefield June 20, 1813. She died 
at Ridgefield, Conn., Aug. 1, 1890. 

Child of JOHN and MARY ROCKWELL HOWE, of Ridgefield, 
Conn. : (413) 

917 1. Russell Howe, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec. 13, 1792, and he died 
April s, 1871, hi New Jersey. 

Children of JACOB and ANNA ROCKWELL (daughter of James and 
Abigail Hawley Rockwell) Nash, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (414) 

918 1. DANIEL K. NASH, born Ridgefield, Conn., March 15, 1795; a 
sea captain ; married at Norwalk Jan. 4, 1820, Sally Raymond, born there 
Sept. 17, 1794. They settled in South Norwalk, and died there— she 
Sept. 28, 1855, and he Oct. 18, 1864, by falling from a tree. He had 
represented Norwalk in the Connecticut Legislature. 

919 2. HAWLEY NASH, born Ridgefield Aug. u, 1797; a teacher; died 
unmarried at Williamsport, Md., March 5, 1821. 

920 3. ARNOT ALFRED NASH, born Ridgefield Feb. 11, 1800; a sea 
captain; married in December, 1829, at New Canaan, Conn., DEBORAH 
COMSTOCK, born there Aug. 9, 1805. They settled at South Norwalk, 
where he died Feb. 22, 1837. She died at Detroit, Mich., Aug. 6, 1865, 
and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery. 

921 4. POLLY NASH, born Ridgefield July 1, 1802; married Charles 
Bouton, son of Isaac and Almira Seymour Bouton, of Norwalk, where 
he was born Jan. 3, 1801. They settled in New York City, where they 
died — he Jan. 19, 1850; she Jan. 16, 1865 — and were buried in Pine Island 
Cemetery. (See Bouton-Boughton Genealogy, 1890, page 75.) 

922 5. ANTOINETTE NASH, born Ridgefield Nov. 7, 1804, and died 
Dec. 6, 1804. 

923 BURR NASH, born Ridgefield March 1, 1807; a hatter; married at 
Wilton, Conn., June 19, 1831, Abbie Jane Morgan, born at Wilton March 
21, 1812; she died at South Norwalk May 25, 1849. He married, second, 
June 17, 1853, at Darien, MARY WEED, born there Feb. 7, 1821. They 
were living at South Norwalk in 1875, and he died there Aug. 22, 1893. 

924 7. AMANDA MALVINA NASH, born South Norwalk, Conn., 
March 23, 1812; married there Nov. 2, 1834, PHILIP H. BROWN, a 
mason, born in England April 10, 1810. They lived in New York City 
till 1838, then moved to South Norwalk, where she died Nov. 29, 184X. 
He married, second, Nov. 9, 1842, Mary Betts Brown. They lived at 
Stamford in 1875. 

925 8. CHARLES HENRY NASH, born South Norwalk Feb. 26, 1816; 
was drowned May 23, 1824, and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery. 

926 9. ROSWELL NASH, born South Norwalk Feb. 23, 1817; married 
MARIETTA E. REDFIELD, who was born at Killingsworth, Conn., in 

March, 1818; she died June 21, 1855. He married, second Palmer, 

with whom he was living at San Salvador, Central America, when last 
heard from. 

Children of THOMAS H., son of James and Abigail Hawley Rockwell, 
and POLLY SMITH ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (415) 

927 1. Harry S. Rockwell, born Ridgefield Aug. 1, 1801, and died in 
infancy, March 1, 1S04. 



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928 2. Phebe Minerva Rockwell, born Ridgefield Jan. 15, 1804; married 
Rev. Moses Hill. She died March 30, 1832. 

929 3- William S. Rockwell, born Ridgefield Feb. 24, 1806; died at sea 
about 1823. 

930 4, *Rev. Thomas Burr Rockwell, born Ridgefield Aug. 21, 1808; 
married Dec 31, 1829, Caroline Hyatt They were missionaries (sec 
note). She died at Batavia, 111., April 8, 1872; he died at Batavia, 111., 
May 20, 1884. (1928) 

931 5. David S. Rockwell, born Ridgefield Aug. 26, 1810; married Betsey 
Comstock. He died Aug. 14, 1886, at New Canaan. She died at New 
Canaan Aug. 14, 1895. (1932) 

932 6. James Rockwell, born Ridgefield Nov. 9, 1812; married, first, 
Margaret Van Nortwick; she died in 1846. He married, second, Susan 
Grow, and settled at Batavia, 111., and resided there in 1894. (1938) 

933 7- George Rockwell, born Ridgefield Oct. 12, 181 5; married Catharine 
Cole Westlake, born near Newburgh, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1820, daughter of 
Rev. George and Hester Westlake, M. E. Church of Pittsfield, I1L, 
formerly of Newburgh, N. Y. He enlisted in the U. S. service Sept 12, 
1861 ; was commissioned captain of the 7th Regiment, Missouri Cav. Vols., 
and took part in numerous battles. He was mustered out Oct. 25, 1864. 
She died June 14, 1885. He died at Junction City, Kan., Jan. 13, 1896. 
(1943) 

934 8. Francis A. Rockwell, born Ridgefield April 12, 1818; a manufac- 
turer of Ridgefield; married there Oct. 6, 1840, Mary Lee, born Oct 7, 
1816, daughter of Capt. Aaron and Lucy Smith Lee, of Ridgefield, who 
was an officer in the Revolutionary War. He died Sept 24, 1881. (1954) 

935 9- John Rockwell, born Ridgefield Dec. 12, 1822, and died there Sept 
22, 1824. 

936 10. JOHN WESLEY ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Feb. 15, 1829; 
married, first, Hester A. Hurlbutt, born Nov. 8, 1829, and died Dec 5, 
1861. He married, second, Mary E. Byxbee, born Sept. 28, 1825. They 
resided in the old Rockwell homestead in 1894, now known as Elm Cot- 
tage, on Main street, Ridgefield. He has been superintendent of the 
Sunday School of the Congregational Church at Ridgefield for many 
years, and is a liberal patron of the same. (1957) 



♦Note. — Caroline Hyatt Rockwell, wife of Rev. Thomas B. Rockwell, 
daughter of Abijah and Clara Hyatt, was born at Ridgefield, Conn., Jan. 
io, 1810. She married Rev. Thomas B. Rockwell Dec. 31, 1829. He 
was an itinerant minister of the M. E. Church in the Oneida Conference, 
and in 1837 they entered upon that self-denying labor, she saying as they 
did so, "We will go in the name of the Lord;" and though of feeble 
constitution, she nobly endured its toils and trials with cheerfulness, and 
when compelled by failing health to leave the field, they retired to Batavia, 
111., but not without regret that they had been obliged to discontinue her 
missionary work, which had become a delight to her. One of her greatest 
trials was involved in the call of her only daughter to the foreign mission 
field, to whom she said, "I dare not say no," though she felt it was to 
part to meet no more on earth with one on whom she had lavished all 
the wealth of a mother's love. In the spring of 1872 that insidious 
disease, consumption, gave increasing evidence of the near approach of 
her departure, in view of which she said, "I shall soon be at rest" And 
on April 8, 1872, she passed away to the Heavenly mansions, aged 62 
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Child of GOULD, son of James and Abigail Hawley Rockwell, and 
POLLY DAUCHY ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield: (416) 

937 1. GOULD ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield March 6, 1808; married, 
first, MARY C. BRADLEY, of Troy, N. Y.; she died at Ridgefield 
March 23, 1885. He married, second, at Neversink, Sullivan County, 
N. Y., April 16, 1890, MARY LOUISE DENMAN, and resided in his 
fine residence on Main street, Ridgefield, where he died in 1893. She 
still lived in 1895. He left no children. 

Children of WILLIAM and FREELOVE JACQUES ROCKWELL, of 
Troy, N.Y.: (417) 

938 1. ADALINE I. ROCKWELL, born Troy, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1806. 

939 2. ELIZA SELINA ROCKWELL, born Troy, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1811, 
and died Sept. 2, 1811. 

940 3- FRANCES ROCKWELL, born Troy, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1814. 

941 4. JOHN I. ROCKWELL, born Troy March 4, 1818; a merchant. 
He died in Brooklyn Dec. 13, 1889. 

Children of JARED N. and ABIGAIL ROCKWELL (daughter of 
James and Abigail Hawley Rockwell) ST. JOHN, of Ridgefield, 
Conn. : (419) 

942 1. WILLIAM ST. JOHN, born Ridgefield Sept. 13, 1817, and died 
March 14, 1845, at Ridgefield. 

943 2. CLARISSA ST. JOHN, born Ridgefield Jan. 18, 1820; married 
HENRY BRUSH, an upholsterer. She died Dec. 21, 1888. He resided 
at Ridgefield in 1801. 

944 3. JOHN ST. JOHN, born Ridgefield Nov. 3, 1822. 

945 4. JAMES R. ST. JOHN, born Ridgefield Jan. 6, 1825; married 
Matilda Keeler, born Jan. 6, 1825. 

946 5. BURR N. ST. JOHN, born Ridgefield April 22, 1827. He died 
Feb. 25, 1853. 

947 6. JARED N. ST. JOHN, Jr., born Ridgefield Oct. 20, 1829; died 
Oct. 21, 1829. 

Children of ZALMON and SARAH ROCKWELL (daughter of Thad- 
deus and Mehitabel Smith Rockwell) MORGAN, of Wilton : (423) 

948 1. Sarah Morgan, born Wilton, Conn., April 26, 1791. 

949 2. Zalmon Morgan, Jr., born Wilton Oct. 19, 1792. 

950 3. Thaddeus Morgan, born Wilton July 30, 1796. 

951 4. Curtis Morgan, born Wilton July 5, 1708. 

Children of ISAAC and CYNTHIA ROCKWELL (daughter of Thad- 
deus and Mehitabel Smith Rockwell) HUNT, of Aurelius, N. Y.: (427) 

952 1. Fanny Hunt, born North Salem, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1800; married in 
Aurelius, N. Y., September, 1839, Josiah Smith. She died Feb. 1, 1882; 
left no children. 

953 2. Lockwood Hunt, born North Salem July 26, 1802; married at 
Seneca Falls, N. Y., in 1836, Laura Stewart. He died May 20, 1875. 
She resided at 1062 Wilson avenue, Cleveland, O., in 1892. (1958) 

954 3. Harry Hunt, born North Salem June 6, 1805; married in Aurelius, 
N. Y., October, 1834, Katura Yale. He died at Cleveland, O., 1886. (i960) 

955 4. Harvey Hunt, born North Salem June 6, 1805; married in New 
York City, Glorianna Kissam; married second, at Oberlin, O., Katharine 
Stephens, in 1856. He died at Oberlin, 0», in 1889. (1963) 



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Children of MIAH (Nehemiah) and BETSEY (Elizabeth) ROCKWELL 
NORTHROP, of Lysander, N. Y. : (428) 
956 1. Eunice Northrop, born Wilton, Conn., June 6, 1802; married Jan. 

11, 1826, Asa Benedict, born Dec. 22, 1801. She died at Lysander, 

N.Y.O969) 
$57 2. Thomas Northrop, born Wilton Dec. 8, 1805 ; married, first, Emily 

Benedict; second, July 21, 1841, Emeline Benedict, bora Nov. 19, 1811. 

He died in April 1883, at Elbridge, N. Y. (1973- 1976) 

958 3- Clarissa Northrop, born Wilton Dec. 8, 1805; married William 
Whitlock. She died at Hannibal, N. Y. (1981) 

959 4. Mary Northrop, born Wilton Nov. 9, 1812 ; married Rev. Ebenezet 
C. Beach. She died at Lysander, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1868. 

Children of WILLIAM and RUTH ROCKWELL (daughter of Thad- 
deus and Meliitabel Smith Rockwell) TOWNSEND, of Ira, Cayuga 
County, N. Y. : (429) 

960 1. Delia Townsend, born South Salem, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1803; married 
Eli Matson. Resided at Floridaville, N. Y., in 1893. 

961 2. Thomas Rockwell Townsend, born Westchester, N. Y., July 6, 
1805 ; a clergymen ; married, first, Jane Holmes ; second, Angeline Shapley. 
He died at Meridian in 1875. She resided at Baldwinsville in 1893. 

962 3. Justus W. Townsend, born Westchester, N. Y., June 14, 1807; a 
physician; married Susan Chapman. He died Jan. 3, 1878. She resided 
at Lysander, N. Y., in 1893. 

963 4. Ebenezer Grant Townsend, born Westchester. N. Y., Feb. 14, 1813; 
a clergyman; married at Providence Forge, Va., Eliza Eddy. He died at 
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Winfield, 1440 Chapin street, 
Washington, D. C, in 1893. 

964 5. William Townsend. Jr.. born Westchester, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1815; 
married Maria Hutson. He died at Lake Irma, Fla. 

•965 6. Ruth Ann Townsend, born Ira, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1820.; married 

George B. Hallock. Both resided at Cayuga, N. Y., in 1893. (1989) 

966 7. James Hervey Townsend, born Ira, N. Y., June 17, 1827; married 

Julia Chase. He died at Fulton, N. Y., March 20, 1872. 

Children of LEWIS and (first wife) MARY WEBSTER ROCKWELL, 
of South Salem, N. Y., and Illinois : (430 ) 

•967 1. Clarissa Rockwell, born Bedford,' N. Y., Oct. 10, 1812; married 

William Davenport, and settled in North Stamford, Conn. She died in 
March, 1892. Date of his death not obtained. (2015) 

•968 2. Joseph Webster Rockwell, born South Salem, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1813; 

married at West Richfield, O., Oct. 20, 1836, first, Julia Oviatt, born Aug. 
31, 1818. Settled at Elyria, O.. where she died June 28, 1848. He mar- 
ried, second, at Elyria, Alma M. Powell. He died Dec 27, 1886. (2019) 

Children by second wife, CLARISSA WEBB : 

969 3. Lewis Rockwell, Jr., born in 181 5, and was drowned in the Passaic 
River, New Jersey. 

970 4. Emily Rockwell, born at Belleville, N. J., May 11, 1819; married, 
first, March 18, 1841, Henry Searls ; he died at Hinkley, O. She married, 
second, William Searls; he also died in Ohio, Sept. 25, 1872. She lived 
at Camden. O., post-office at Kipton Station, O., in 1893. (2027) 

971 5. William Wright Rockwell, born at Belleville, N. J., Sept. 6, 1820; 
married in Ohio, April 4. 1849, Polly Ann Powell, and settled in St Louis, 
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972 6. Harriet Newell Rockwell, born April 5, 1826; married at Rockport r 
111.. Albert D. Tomlinson; he died. She resided at Belvidere, 111., in 
1893- (2034) 

973 7- Rufus Edwin Rockwell, born at Bedford, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1831 ;. 
married, first, at Logansport, Ind., October, 1858, Mary Elizabeth Mor- 
rison ; she died in April, 1863. He married, second, at Littleton, N. H. r 
Nov. 23, 1882, Abby Merrill, and resided at West Brookfield, Mass., in 
1893. (1996) 

Children of HERVEY, son of Thaddeus and Mehitabel Smith Rockwell 
and HANNAH HOW ROCKWELL, o£ South Salem and Pleasant- 
ville, N. Y.:(430 

974 1. Sarah H. Rockwell, born Aug. 10, 1814; married Jan. 14, 1835, 
Edward Raymond. She died at Bedford, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1838; nx> 
children. 

975 2. Mary Ann Rockwell, born Bedford, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1817; married 
June 16, 1853, Luther E. Davis; resided at Meridian, N. Y., in 1893; no* 
children. 

976 3. *George Rockwell, D.D., born South. Salem, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1821 - r 
married in June, 1842, first, Sarah L. Tunis; she died in 1846. He 
married, second, Humy Hubbell, and resided at Tarrytown, N. Y., hi 
1893. (1997) 

977 4. Jane H. Rockwell, born South Salem, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1824 ; married 
Oct. 17, 1844, Henry H. Roberts. He died at Mott Haven, N. Y., in 
1893. (2001) 

978 5. Hannah M. Rockwell, born Mount Pleasant, N. Y., Aug. 18, 1830; 
not married; resided 361 Mott avenue, New York, in 1893. 

Children of WALTER and FANNY ROCKWELL OLMSTEAD, of 
Ridgefield, Conn. : (433) 

979 1. Sarah Whitney Olmstead, born Ridgefield Nov. 2, 1815; married 
John Benedict, and died March 18, 1862. (2006) 

980 2. Thaddeus Rockwell Olmstead, born Ridgefield July, 18x6, and died 
Sept 30, 1837. 

981 3. Harriet Olmstead, born Ridgefield July 9, 1818; married July 2, 
1845, John Benedict. She died March 28, 1850; no children. 

982 4. Catharine Olmstead, born Ridgefield Feb. 2, 1824; she died, un- 
married, Sept. 4, 1853. 

983 5. Adeline Olmstead, born Ridgefield Feb. 2, 1824; she died, un- 
married, June 7, 1853. 

984 6. JAMES HERVEY OLMSTEAD, lawyer, born Ridgefield Nov. 
24, 1830; married Oct. 2, 1854, ADELAIDE FRANCES MEEKER, 
daughter of Col. Lorenzo and Mary Meeker, of Stamford, Conn. He was 
admitted to the bar of Fairfield County, Conn., in 1854; was Judge of 
Probate for the district of Stamford five years; State's Attorney of 
Faicfield County, Conn., six years, and Member of the Legislature of 
Connecticut ten years, and held various other minor offices of trust He 
has many times been tendered the nomination for various offices, including 



♦Nora— George Rockwell, D.D., graduated at Rutgers Theological 
Seminary, New Brunswick, N. J., and settled at Waterloo, N. Y., as 
pastor of the Reformed Church, after which he removed to Alexandria 
Bay, N. Y., where he continued in the ministry for twenty years, and then 
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that of Congress from the Fourth Congressional District, which he has 
invariably declined, and at this date (1893) is pursuing his practice of 
law, with offices in Hall of Records Building in Stamford, Conn. (2007) 

Children of STEPHEN, son of Joseph and Sarah Rockwell, and SARAH 
WOOD ROCKWELL, of Cato, Cayuga County, N. Y. : (440) 

985 1. DAVID ROCKWELL, born Aug. 6, 1794; married Feb. 14, 1815, 

first, ELIZABETH TROTTER; she died June 5, 1815. He married, 
second, March 15, 1817, LAURELA JEWELL, born Dec. 27, 1797. They 
were said to have kept an iron foundry and made ploughs at Cato, N. Y., 
from 1820 to 1840, and to have lived at one time in Junius, Seneca County, 
N. Y. He married, third, EVA CLEVELAND. She died May 21, 1867. 
He died April 23, 1873. (2035) 

&6 2. SAMUEL- ROCKWELL, born Sept. 17, 1796; married ANNA 

RHOADS, and settled at Cato, N. Y., where he died April 2, 1881. She 
died May 7, 1882. (2038) 

987 3- PHEBE ROCKWELL, born July 26, 1800; married, first, CHRIS- 
TIAN FINK, and settled in Victory, N. Y. He died, and she married, 
second, Oliver Ladue, and resided in Wolcott, N. Y., in 1893. (2044) 

988 4. SALLY ROCKWELL, borri Feb. 16, 1812; married RICHARD 
HOFF. They settled at Red Creek, Wayne County, N. Y., where she 
died in 1890. (2051) 

989 5. JANE ROCKWELL, born Junius, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1814; married 
Archibald Forbes, and settled in Conquest, N. Y., where she died June 
22, 1884. (2058) 

990 6. PHILO ROCKWELL, born Cato, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1817; married 
NANCY BASSETT, and settled in Cato, N. Y., where she died Oct 29, 
1886. He resided there in 1894. (2064) 

Children of MATTHEW, son of Joseph and Sarah Rockwell, and 
SARAH BETTS ROCKWELL, of Mentz, Cayuga County, N. Y. (443) 

991 1. Emily Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y., June 11, 1802; married Preston 
Thompson. She died Sept. 15, 1872. 

992 2. Mary Ann Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y. ; married James Daratt 
She died Aug. 2, 1822. 

993 3. Trobridge Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y.; married Bell Brown, and 
settled in Battle Creek, Mich. He died March 12, 1861. 

904 4. Melvin Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y.; married Susan Weaver, and 

settled at Battle Creek, Mich. (2067) 

Child of BENJAMIN and ROCKWELL, of Danbury, Conn., 

and Butternuts, Otsego County, N. Y. : (445) 

995 1. Benjamin S. Rockwell, born Danbury, Conn., Feb. 12, 1780; mar- 
ried Phila Judd, who was born at Bethel Jan. 14, 1783. He died Dec 
18, 1818; she died in 1851. (2069) 

Children by second wife, TRYPHENA STARR ROCKWELL: 

996 2. Ard S. Rockwell, born Danbury, Conn., Dec 5, 1783; mar- 
ried March 2, 1809, Betsey Shaw, of Butternuts, where they lived for a 
time, then moved to Elkhorn, Wis., and from there to Columbus, Wis., 
where he died July 5, 1866. He served as a colonel in the war. She 
died there Dec 5, 1875. (2075) 

997 3. Kezia Rockwell, born Danbury Sept. 3, 1785; married Feb. 22. 
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1844, N. Donaldson. They resided at Butternuts, where she died March 
19, 1865. (2083) 

998 4. Ashbel Rockwell, born Danbury Sept. 10, 1787; married, first, 
Jan. 25, 1814, Caty Shaw, born at Palmer, Mass., March 19, 1793. He 
married, second, April 8, 1841, Rebecca Hoyt. They lived at Butternuts, 
and moved to Norwich, N. Y. He died May 27, 1861. (2094-2102) 

999 5. Amos Rockwell, born Danbury July 25, 1789; married April 2, 

1818, Elizabeth Emmons, born Sept. 6, 1794, and settled in Butternuts, 
where he died May 25, 1870. (2103) 

1000 6. Andrew Rockwell, born Danbury Oct. 20, 1791 ; married Oct. 14, 

1819, Alice Riley, and moved to Stittsville, Oneida County, N. Y., where 
he died April 2, 1858. (2109) 

1001 7. Asahel Rockwell, born Danbury Jan. 12, 1794; married, first, Sept 
1, 1822, Ana Dally; married, second, Hannah Frazee, and settled at 
Violet, Ontario County, N. Y., where he died (date unknown). (21 11) 

1002 8. Rachel Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., Aug. 18, 1796; married 
April 2, 1818, William Stewart, and settled at Butternuts ; later moved to 
Trenton, Oneida County, N. Y., and died there July 5, 1827. (2120) 

1003 9. Laura Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., July 9, 1800; married 
Nov. 19, 1840, Asahel B. Roberts; he died at Franklin, N. Y., Nov. 21, 
1881. No children. 

1004 10. Anson Rockwell, born Butternuts May 28, 1805 ; married July 10, 
1828, Hannah F. Coye. He died at Whitewater, Wis., April 8, 1885. She 
died at Janesville, Wis., Dec. 3, 1892. (2122) 

1005 11. Almon Rockwell, born Butternuts Jan. 22, 1807; married March 
27, 1834, Lucy Mirick; died at New York Mills Nov. 3, i860. (2127) 

Children of LEVI, son of Jabez J., and RUTH BASSETT ROCKWELL, 
of Butternuts, N. Y. (446) 

1006 1. Betsey Rockwell, born Butternuts Sept. 19, 1800; never married. 

1007 2. Levi Clark Rockwell, born Butternuts Aug. 1, 1809; married 
Pamelia R. Knapp, born Nov. 18, 181 5; died at San Pierre, Ind., Oct. 7, 
1890. (2129) 

Children of LEMUEL and BETSEY ROCKWELL (daughter of 
Jabez and Phebe Bedient Rockwell) MERCHANT, of Butternuts, 
N. Y.:(447) 

1008 1. Niram Rockwell Merchant, born Danbury, Conn., March 1, 1800; 
married Maria Dibble, born July 22, 1801 ; died at Guilford, N. Y. (2137) 

1009 2. Orrin Gilbert Merchant, born Danbury, Conn., June 18, 1803; 
married Sally L. Smith, bora Oct. 8, 1809, and resided at Guilford. She 
died Aug. 16, 1855. He died March 6, 1880. (2141) 

1010 3. Eliza Ann Merchant, born Danbury, Conn., May 10, 1806; married 
Harvey Olmstead Nash, born June 1, 1804; resided at Butternuts, 
N. Y. (2144) 

1011 4. Eleanor Merchant, born Butternuts, N. Y., July 16, 1809; married 
Lewis H. Nash, born June n, 1811; resided at Guilford, N. Y. (2150) 

1012 5. Paschal Merchant, born Butternuts, N. Y., Nov. 6, 181 1; married, 
first, Susan Smith, born Dec 31, 1813, died Dec. 31, 1847; second, Emma 
Harris. They resided at Guilford. She died June 28, 1880. 

1013 6. Olive Merchant, born Butternuts, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1816; died at 
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Children of Eli, son of Jabez, Jr., and HANNAH GEORGE ROCK- 
WELL, of Butternuts, Otsego, County, N. Y. : (448) 

1014 1. Seeley Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1804; married 
Susan Van Deuson, and moved to Michigan City, where he died July 
3, 1878. (2151) 

1015 2. Amos Rockwell, born Butternuts Sept. 29, 1808; married Mary 
Briggs ; moved to Indiana, and died Oct. 30, 1873. ( 2I 54) 

1016 3. Sperry Rockwell, born Butternuts June 24, 1816; married, first, 
Nov. 28, 1838, Mahalia Van Dusen, and settled in Rochester, N. Y. He 
married, second, Charlotte A. Sage. He died March 25, 1852. She died 
Dec. 12, 1872. (2155) 

1017 4. Ambrosia Rockwell, born Butternuts March 29, 1823; married 
Benjamin Haden; resided at Guilford, N. Y., in 1891. (2156) 

Child of JOHN and THEODOSIA ROCKWELL (daughter of John 
and Hurlbut Rockwell) BREWER, of Butternuts, N. Y.: (449) 

1018 1. Ezra R. Brewer, born Butternuts, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1803; married 
Oct 1, 1833, Hannah H. Corey ; died June 14, 1856. (2159) 

Children of EZRA, son of Jabez and Hurlbut Rockwell, and 

ANNIE GRIFFIN ROCKWELL, of Butternuts, N. Y. : (450) 

1019 1. Phebe Rockwell, born Danbury, Conn., May 6, 1804; married 
Sept 19, 1827, DANIEL BOTSFORD. She died at Scranton, Pa., Feb. 1, 
1891. He died April 22, 1882. (2164) 

1020 2. Caroline Rockwell, born Danbury June 2, 1806; married Nov. 10, 
1831, JOHN HURLBUTT. She died at Gilbertsville, N. Y., Nov. 2, 
1877. He died June 13, 1881. (2169) 

1021 3. John Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., Sept. 27, i8oq; married 
Nov. 6, 1839, ELIZABETH WELLMAN. He died there March 5, 1867. 
She died at Scranton, Pa., May 4, 1884. (2173) 

1022 4. Charles D. Rockwell, born Butternuts Feb. 12, 1813; married in 
New York City Oct. 31. 1853. JENNY WHITE. He died at Gilberts- 
ville, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1865. She resided in New York City, corner 3d 
avenue and 9th street, in 1891. (2176) 

1023 5. Henry B. Rockwell, born Butternuts Dec. 20, 1818; married Anna 
Bishop Feb. 29, 1848; she died Oct. 9, 1883. He moved to Scranton, 
Pa., where he died Sept. 3, 1890. (2178) 

Children of GEORGE and JULIA ROCKWELL (daughter of Jabez and 
his third wife) FLEMING, of Guilford, N. Y.: (451) 

1024 1. Andrew M. Fleming, born Butternuts, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1829; married 
Catharine Russell, and resided at Oxford, N. Y., in 1892. (2182) 

1025 2. Darius S. Fleming, born Butternuts Oct. 6, 1830; married Carrie 
Benedict. He died at Oxford Nov. 18, 1889. (2185) 

1026 3. John F. Fleming, born Butternuts Dec. 6, 1833; not married; 
resided at Preston, N. Y. 

1027 4. Elizabeth A. Fleming, born Butternuts Feb. 12, 1837; married 
Harvey Wells; resided at Milwaukee, Wis., in 1892. (2200) 

1028 5. Fanny C. Fleming, born Butternuts; married George Thomas, and 
died at Wells Bridge, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1875. (2201) 

1029 6. Caroline L. Fleming, born Butternuts May 17, 1842 ; married Rufus 
C. Smith, and resided at Guilford, N. Y. ; no children. 

1029a 7. Harriet A. Fleming, born Butternuts in 1845; married Albert R. 
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Children of WILLIAM, son of Nathan and Martha Rockwell, and 
HULDAH BOUTON ROCKWELL, of South Salem, N. Y. : (541I1) 
1029b 1. Martin Rockwell, born South Salem, 1780; a physician; married 

at South Salem, Hancy Mead, and settled there, and he died at same time 
as his father, during an epidemic there in 1820. 

It has been said that they also had two daughters, but no record could 
be found of them. 

Children of STEPHEN, son of Nathan Rockwell, and ELIZABETH 
LAWRENCE ROCKWELL, of South Salem and Bedford, N. Y.: 
(54ii) 
1029c 1. Sally Rockwell, born South Salem, N. Y., March 12, 1789; died at 

North Stamford Feb. 22, 1794, and buried there. 
I020d 2. Gitty Myndress Rockwell, born Stamford June 6, 1791 ; married 

John Fisher, and died July 5, 1833. 
iQ29e 3. Alexander Rockwell, born Stamford April 22, 1793; married 

Maria Messenger. (2146a) 
I029f 4. Sally Rockwell, 2d, born Stamford April 27, 1795. 
102945 5. Stephen Rockwell. Jr., born South Salem Oct. 9, 1797; married 

Rachel Allaire, and died in April, 1881 ; buried at New Rochelle. (2146a > 
1029b 6. Samuel Laurence Rockwell, born Bedford July 15, 1788; died there 

Sept. ii, 1801; buried at Bedford. 
1030 7. Thomas Rockwell, born Bedford June 6, 1802; married Prudence 

; died in New York City Feb. 1, 1823. and buried in South Salem. 

1030a 8. Eliza Rockwell, born Bedford Feb. 7, 1804, and died there March 

18, 1804, and buried there. 

Children of Dr. BENJAMIN and REBECCA FOOTE (daughter of 
Major Isaac Foote) ROCKWELL, of Chatham and New York 

City: (541 J) 

1030b 1. William Rockwell, born July 18, 1800; married May 23, 1821,. 

Maria Gale, who was born Dec. 11, 1800, at Goshen, N. Y. He was a 
soldier in the War under General Banks, and was a physician of large 
reputation. He died at Long Branch, N. J., in 1867. No children. 

1030c 2. Darwin Foote Rockwell, born New Canaan, Conn., Sept. 28, 1807; 

married at Westfield, N. J., Lucilla S. Downes, daughter of Samuel 
Downes, Oct. 5, 1830. They resided for a few years at Elizabeth, N. J., 
then moved to Jersey City, and he engaged in railroading. He was for 
years superintendent of the Jersey City Ferry, and also engaged in the 
construction of the New Haven Railroad. He died at Jersey City May 
31, 1849. (2146a) 

i03od 3. Benjamin Rockwell, Jr., born June 26, 1813; a merchant, engaged 
in the flour business for a time at Flint, Mich ; he married Lovinia Brush 
Fenton, at Palmyra, N. Y., July 15, 1835. They settled at Yonkers, N. Y., 
as their residence, doing business in New York City, where he was a 
member of the New York Produce Exchange for many years. He died 
at Yonkers Jan, 31, 1887. (2146I1) 

Children of MALACHI and MARTHA (Patty) ROCKWELL FOOTE, 
of Salem and Monticello, N. Y. : (541k) . 

i03oe 1. Thomas Jefferson Foote, born Salem Oct 3, V&i ^f™* M f r T 
garet Whitehead, born Elizabethtown, N. J., Oct. 16, 1814. They settled 
in Jersey City. He died in August, 1865. She moved to Newark, and 
resided there in Mulberry street, in 1897. (2146I) 



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I030f 2. Charlotte Foote, born Salem Oct. 3, 1796; married Henry Onder- 

donk, and died in 1886; history unknown. (2146 ) 
I030g 3. Lydia Foote, born Salem in 1798; married William Cady, a mer 

chant of Monticello; further not known. 
I030h 4. Isaac Foote, born Salem about 1805 ; educated as a physician, settled 

in Virginia, and died without children. 

Children by second wife, MELISSA FOOTE: 

I030i 5. Erastus Darwin Foote; no date or further history given. 

1030J 6. Virginia Foote ; no date or further history given. 

7. Melina Victoria Foote; no date or further history given. 

Children of THOMAS, son of Nathan and Martha Rockwell, and SALLY 
TYLEE ROCKWELL, of South Salem, N. Y: (541I) 
1030k 1. Edward Stephen Rockwell, born Jan. 13, 1808; married Frances 

Harriet King, who was born April 28, 181 1, and died Jan. 9, 1852. He 

died May 9, 1865. No children. 
1030I 2. Benjamin Wm. Rockwell, born Jan. 31, 1812; married in January, 

1844, Mary Ann S. DeLand, who was born March 24, 1824. She died 

June 29, 1853. He died March 31, 1891. No children. (2i46q) 
1030m 3. Sally Ann Martha Rockwell, born Aug. io, 1825, and died Sept. 

10, 1825. 

Children of LUKE, son of Phineas and Rebecca Mead Keeler, and 
JEMIMA BENEDICT KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn.: (481) 

103 1 1. Lewis B. Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., June 1, 1794; married 
Rebecca Stevens; died June 10, 1878. 

1032 2. Elsie Keeler, born Norwalk May 7, 1796, and died there May 
27, 1796. 

1033 3. Ami Keeler, born Norwalk May 7, 1797; never married; died Oct. 
14, 1886. 

1034 4. Eri Keeler, a blacksmith, bom New Canaan June 5, 1799; married 
July 10, 1821, Sally Marvin, who was born March 8, 1799, at Norwalk, 
Conn., and died at Norwalk, O., May 17, 1878. He died there April II, 
1894. aged 94 years. In 1820 he cast his first vote for James Monroe for 
President, and thereafter voted at every Presidential election until the 
election of Benjamin Harrison. Both he and his wife were zealous mem- 
bers of the Baptist Church of Norwalk, O., at which his funeral was held. 
Rev. G. E. Leonard, officiating, preached from Rev. 3:12. The accom- 
panying notice appeared in the local paper, and is appended for insertion 
here: (2194) 

DIED. 

KEELER — At the residence of his sister, Mrs. Loyal Redding, East 
Main street, Norwalk, O., at 10:00 Wednesday night, April 11, 1894, Eri 
Keeler, father of the senior editor of the Journal, aged 94 years, 10 months 
and 6 days. 

He leaves five children: Isaac M. Keeler, Fremont, O. ; William B. 
Keeler. Chicago, 111.; Mrs. N. E. Martin, Cleveland, O.; Mrs. G. W. F. 
Randolph, Plainfield, N. J.; Mrs. H. Johnson, Norwalk, O. 

1035 5. Hannah Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., June 16, 1801, and died 
there Nov. 18, 1805. 

1036 6. Burrell Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., Aug. 4, 1803; married 
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born at Greenwich, Conn., Sept. 25, 1809. She died at Norwalk, O., Jan. 
13, 1872, and he died by an accident July 31, 1851. (2199a) 

1037 7. Zeno Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., Jan. 16, 1806; married (his 
record could not be found, though it was said he died May 1, 1874). 

1038 8. Orange Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., March 14, 1808; married 
Charlotte Coe. He died Jan. 12, 1892. (2199c) 

1039 9. Cynthia Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., July 4, 1810; married Moses 
Curtis. Both died in California, she Feb. 8, 1849. No children. 

1040 10. Mary Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., Dec. 18, 1812; married 
Philander Edwards. She died in September, 1893. He resided at Toledo, 
O., in 1895. 

1041 11. Permelia Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., Jan. 2, 1816; married, first, 
John Johnson, April 21, 1833; second, Loyal Redding, and resided at 
Norwalk, O., in 1896. 

Children of NATHAN, son of Aaron and Mercy James Keeler, and 
CLARISSA NOBLE KEELER, of Milan, O. : (488) 
1041a 1. Elmira Keeler; married Joseph F. Hall. 

1041b 2. Amanda Keeler; married George W. Westlake. 

Children of JOHN and BETSEY GREGORY KEELER: (489) 
1041c 1. John R. Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., July 28, 1809; died there 

Sept. 24, 181 3. 
I04id 2. Betsey M. Keeler, born in Connecticut Jan. 7, 1810; married John 

Oliver. Last known, , resided at Vredenburgh, Fountain County, Ind. 
I04ie 3. Mercy Keeler, born in Connecticut May 3, 1812; married, first, 

Sept. 30, 1833, Daniel Perkins; married, second, Nov. 1, 1841, Joshua 

Dunkin. Last known, resided at Vredenburgh, Fountain County, Ind. 
I04if 4. John R. Keeler, Jr., born in Connecticut May 24,1814; married in 

June, 1841, Anna Perkins. He or she died in Fountain County, Ind. 
iQ4ig 5- Aaron Keeler, born in Connecticut April 7, 1817; married Abigail 

Miller. 
1041I1 6. Mariah Keeler, born Norwalk, O., Feb. 19, 1820; unmarried; 

died in Huron County, O., Oct. 25, 1837. 
ic»4ii 7. Emeline Keeler. born Huron County, O., Sept. 23, 1822; un- 

married; died there Jan. 25, 1855. 
1041J 8. Angeline Keeler, born Huron County, O., Jan. 29, 1825; married, 

first, Sept., 1843, Owen Simmons; married, second, in 1861, Watson 

Ludlow. He or she died in Fountain County, Ind., Dec 18, 1893. 
1041k 9. Martha E. Keeler, born in Ohio March 11, 1828; married William 

Baker. He or she died in Huron County, O., Aug. 27, 1850. 
1041I 10. Lucinda Margaretta Keeler, born in Ohio March 15, 1831; 

married Stephen D. Webster; died at Vredenburgh, Ind., March 18, 1891. 

Children of Rev. JAMES and CLARISSA BESSEE KEELER, of 
Janesville, la. : (490) 

1042 1. Sarah M. Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., Nov. 29, 1812; married 
April 6, 1869, John A. Taylor; resided Janesville, la,, in 1895. He or 
she died April 16, 1898. 

1043 2 - Amelia Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., Jan. 21, 1815; not married; 
resided in 1903 at Harpersville, N. Y. 

1044 3. Elizabeth Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., April 3, 181 7; married John 
Stratton, June 16, 1849; resided at Kader, Mo., in 1893. He died Jan. 2, 
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1045 4. Mary J. Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., March 4, 1820 ; not married ; 
died at Janesville, la., April 28, 1870; another account says 1891. 

1046 5. William H. Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., April 2, 1822; married 
Oct. 6 or 9, 1849, Jane Brown; resided at Harpersville, N. Y., till 1868, 
when they moved to Bristol, la. He died at North wood, la., October 9, 
1891 ; she died June 4, 1873. (2212) 

1047 6. James Keeler, born Wallingford, Conn., April 9, 1825; married 
Sept 21, 1852, Cornelia R. Streeter; resided at Lake Mills, la., in 1895. 
He or she died June 7, 1899. (2213) 

1048 7. Clarissa Keeler, born Wallingford, Conn., April 9, 1825; married 
Dec. 24, 1862, David High; resided at Janesville, la., in 1895. He died 
there. (2216) 

Children of CARMI and LAURA KEELER LOCKWOOD, of Norwalk, 
Conn. : (494) 

1049 1. Edward K. Lockwood, born Norwalk, Conn., Nov. 14, 1828; 
married Oct. 24, 1854, Harriet S. Warner, born at East Haddam, Conn., 
Oct. 24, 183 1. They resided at Norwalk, Conn., in 1895. 

1050 2. George C. Lockwood, born Norwalk, Conn., Sept. 19, 1831; mar- 
ried Sept. 8, 1864, Anna L. Moore, who was born March 19, 1844, and 
died Aug. 28, 1881. He died at Norwalk April 11, 1866. 

1051 3. Charles J. Lockwood, born Norwalk, Conn., July 9, 1835; not 
married; died at Norwalk, Conn., Feb. 10, 1857. 

1052 4. Joanna Lockwood, born Norwalk, Conn., Dec. 17, 1837; died there 
Feb. 24, 1843. 

1053 5. Maria Lockwood, born Norwalk, Conn., Sept. 3, 1840; died there 
March 31, 1852. 

Children of SETH, son of Aaron and Mercy James Keeler, and SOPHIA 
LAKE KEELER, of Norwalk, O. : (492) 

1054 1. Amanda M. Keeler, born Norwalk, O., July 20, 1832; married at 
Norwalk, O., in i860, Lyman Phelps; resided at Decatur, Mich., in 
1895. (2216a) 

1055 2 « Mary L. Keeler, born Norwalk, O., April, 1834, and died at 
Norwalk in 1837. 

1056 3. La'ura A. Keeler, born Norwalk, O., Feb. 28, 1836; not married; 
resided 413 Superior street, Toledo, O., in 1895. 

1057 4. Emily Keeler, born Norwalk, O., Jan. 13, 1838; married Sept. 10, 
1856, Moses Ruggles, born Ridgefield March 2, 1835. She died Nov. 14, 
1882. He died Feb. 11, 1888. (22i6d) 

1058 5. James F. Keeler, born Jan. 19, 1840, and died in infancy, in 
July, 1844. 

1059 6. *Alonzo Keeler, born Dec. 17, 1841 ; married in 1867, Mary E. 
Burgoon. She died at Middletown, O., Nov. 5, 1879. He resided there 
in 1895. (2216 ° 



*Note.— The war record of Alonzo Keeler is as follows: Enlisted 
as private at Milan, O., Sept. 17, 1861, in the 55th Ohio Vol. Infantry, at 
the age of 19 years. Served under General Hooker from Feb. 12, 1862, 
till July 12, 1863, taking part in the following battles, viz.: Moorfield, 
W. Va.; McDowell, W. Va.; Cross Keys, W. Va.; Cedar Mountain, Va.; 
Freeman's Ford, Va.; Sulphur Springs, Va.; second Bull Run, Va,; 
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icj6o 7. Henry C. Kceler, born in August, 1843, and died in infancy, in 

February, 1844. 

1061 8. Clark M. Keeler, born Jan. 18, 1846; married in 1868, Anna E. M. 
Bemis. They resided at Haskins, Wood County, O., in 1895. (22i6u) 

1062 9. Sarah M. Keeler, born March 31, 1848; married in 1874, Augus- 
tavus Van Buren. She died Sept. 28, 1880. (22i6z) 

Children of HOMER W., son of Elizur and Sally M. Wheeler Keeler, 
and MARTHA M. DRAKE KEELER, of Waterbury, Conn.: (494a) 

1062a 1. Howard Keeler, born Waterbury, Conn., in 1861, and died there 
in 1863. 

1062b 2. Anna M. Keeler, born Waterbury in 1864; married there Frank 
Wentworth, and resided there in 1895. (2207a) 

1062c 3. Cornelia B. Keeler, born Waterbury in 1866; resided at Water- 
bury in 1895. 

xo62d 4. Clara Keeler, born Waterbury in 1868; married Pierre Cowles, 
and resided at Waterbury in 1895. (2207b) 

Children of CHAUNCEY, son cf Isaac and Abigail Baxter Keeler, and 
HARRIET MORGAN KEELER, of New Canaan, Conn. : (519) 

1063 1. Legrand Keeler, born 1820; never married; died in 1804. 

1064 2. William E. Keeler, born Wilton in 1822; married in 1848, Sarah 
Dauchy, and resided at New Canaan, in 1894. (2217) 

1065 3- Jane Esther Keeler, born Wilton 1824; married in 1856, Merwin 
Benedict, and resided at Bethel, Conn., in 1894. 

1066 4. John B. Keeler, born March 15, 1828; married Oct. 14, 1851, Jane 
E. Broderick, born at Somerstown April 23, 1833; resided at Bethel, 
Conn., in 1894. (2219a) 

Children of Lieut. ISAAC, son of Daniel, Jr., and Mary Keeler, 

of New Canaan, and SARAH ST. JOHN (his first wife) KEELER, 
of New Canaan, Conn. : (522) 

1067 1. Esther Keeler, baptized May 8, 1784. Whitney's Genealogy says 
of her that presumably this is the Esther Keeler whose marriage to 
Uriah Richards, Sept. 17, 1800, is found on the records at New Canaan, 
Conn. (2220) 

1068 2. Naomi Keeler, baptized at New Canaan July 18, 1784; married 
Stephen Ayres. (2227) 



sent to Chattanooga, Tenn., under Gen. Thomas, and took part in the 
following engagements, viz. : Lookout Valley. T)t«nn, ; Chattanooga, 
Tenn.; Charleston, East Tenn. Jan. 1, 1864, the regiment was fur- 
loughed for thirty days. The next battle was at Buzzard's Roost, Ga., 
May 8, 1864, which was followed in rapid succession by the battles of 
Resaca, Cassville, Burnt Hickory, Lost Mountain, (near) Merietta, 
Peach Tree Creek, siege of Atlanta, Turner's Ferry, Atlanta, Ga., Sept 2, 
1864. They then joined Sherman's march to the sea, and were at the 
siege of Savannah ; thence to Goldsboro and to Raleigh, N. C, Johnston's 
turrender. After the grand review at Washington, D. C, the 55th Ohio 
Vol. Infantry was sent to Cleveland, O., and discharged, July 11, 1865. 
He served the entire term of 3 years, 9 months and 24 days, without being 
wounded or disqualified by sickness. He was promoted Jan. 1, 1863, to 
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1069 3. Isaac Keeler, baptized at New Canaan Aug. 27, 1786, and died Deo 
25, same year. 

1070 4. Isaac Keeler 2d, Jr., baptized at New Canaan May 25, 1789; mar- 
ried HANNAH OLMSTEAD, anad settled at Bridgeport. (2230) 

1071 5. Sally Keeler, baptized at New Canaan June 16, 1791; married 
PETER CRISSY, and settled in the West (2234) 

Children by his second wife, CATHARINE TUTTLE: 
1071a 6. Bradley Keeler, born Sept. 26, 1794; married Polly Hoyt, and 

resided at New Canaan. He died July 6, 1855; she died April 26, 

1872. (2237a) 
1071b 7. Edwards E. Keeler, baptized at New Canaan; born at Smith 

Ridge, Conn., Nov. 28, 1797; married Agnes Barnes, and settled atl 

Sauquoit, Oneida County, N. Y. He died Jan. 23, 1824. (2237!) 

Children of JACHIN and HANNAH KEELER HOYT, of South 
Salem, N. Y. : (526) 

1072 1. ABRAHAM HOYT, born South Salem (now Lewisboro), N. Y., 
about February, 1782; a farmer; married Mary Smith, of Wilton, where 
she was born in November, 1777. They lived and died in South Salem, 
near the Wilton line — he July 1, 1848; she in March, 1859. 

1073 2. HANNAH HOYT, born South Salem March 31, 1784; married 
Oct. 8, 1806, at South Salem, URIAH GREGORY, born at Wilton July 
22, 1778. They lived and died in South Salem — he Oct. 21, 1835 J she May 
!5» i853» aged 69 years, 1 month, 15 days — and were buried in the Hoyt 
Cemetery. 

1074 3. AARON HOYT, born South Salem about 1787, and died there 
about 1873; history not known. 

1075 4. ISAAC HOYT, born South Salem about 1789; a farmer; married 
Anna Hoyt, daughter of RICE and THEODOSIA (DIBBLE) HOYT„ 
of South Salem, where she was born March 13, 1790. He died in Lewis- 
boro, N. Y., in 1865. 

1076 5. AZOR HOYT, born South Salem April 11, 1791; a blacksmith; 
married RUTH BENEDICT, daughter of Timothy and Phebe Rockwell 
Benedict, of North Salem, where she was born March 11, 1795. She 
died at West Monroe, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1864, where he was living in 1871. 

1077 6. MOSES HOYT, born South Salem April 11, 1791; married 
HANNAH ROBINSON. They settled at Onondaga, N. Y„ in 1815; 
thence moved to West Monroe, N. Y., and resided there in 1871. 

Children of AMMI and PHEBE STRANG KEELER,. of South Salem, 
N. Y.:(540) 

1078 1. Hannah Keeler, born South Salem, N. Y., March 16, 1805; married 
Nov. 9, 1825, Richard Mead, a farmer, and settled about a mile east 
of South Salem village, and were living there in 1874. (2238) 

1079 2. Henry Keeler, born South Salem ; a farmer ; married Nov. 28, 1837, 
Loretta Benedict, born at South Salem Sept. 12, 1816, daughter of Peter 
and Betsey (Smith) Benedict. He died Feb. 7, 1875, aged 62. She died 
at South Salem March 21, 1893. They were buried in South Salem 
Cemetery. (2243) 

Child of EBENEZER and HANNAH KEELER WOOD, of South: 
Salem, N. Y. 1(541) 

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farmer ; married at Yorktown, N. Y., Mary Ann Horton, born there Sept. 
2, 1798, daughter of Daniel and Ann (Strang) Horton. She died there 
May 19, 1823. He married, second, Oct. 13, 1824, Margaret Horton, a 
sister of his first wife, born April 26, 1804. They were living about a 
mile east of South Salem village in 1874. He died April 14, 1879; she 
died Aug. 27, 1884. 

Children of JONATHAN, son of Joseph and Margaret Ressequie Riggs, 
and ESTHER KEELER RIGGS, of Norwalk, Conn.: (543) 

1081 1. Julia Riggs, born Norwalk Jan. 5, 1793. 

1082 2. James Riggs, born Norwalk April 13, 1794, and died Oct. 2, 1795. 

1083 3. John W. Riggs, born Norwalk Jan. 29, 1796. 

1084 4- Esther Riggs, born Norwalk Feb. 4, 1798. 

Children of MILES and HANNAH BENEDICT RIGGS, of Butter- 
nuts, Otsego County, N. Y. : (812) 

1085 1. Cyrus Riggs, born Butternuts, N. Y. f July 30, 1800; married in 
1822, in Upper Canada, Eliza W. Squires, of Salem, N. Y., where she 
was born April 20, 1806. They settled at Madoc, Ont., where he died 
Sept. 5, 1858. He held many offices of public trust, one of which was 
Commissioner of the Court of the Queen's Bench. His widow lived 
with her son, William F. Riggs, at Vassar, Mich., and in 1876 at Tren- 
ton, Mo. 

1086 2. MARTHA RIGGS, born Butternuts, N. Y., Sept. 24, 1804; married 
John Prindle, born at South Fredericksburgh, U. C, in 1785. They 
settled at Richmond, and there died — she Sept. 30, 1863, and he May 
12, 1872. 

1087 3. Lewis Riggs, born in Hamilton County, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1808; 
married Harriet Ann Harris, and lived at Wetmore, Kan., in 1875. 

1088 4. Martin Riggs, born at Lebanon, N. Y., Oct. 17, i$ii; a farmer; 
married Oct. 16, 1837, at Madoc, C. W., Mary Jane Eager, born at Salem, 
N. Y., Feb. 23, 1817. They were living at Brookfield, Mo., in 1876. He 
was honored with various town offices. 

Children of *GOULD and NANCY KEELER HAYES CANFIELD, 
of near Peekskill, N. Y. : (547) 

1. Miron Canfield, born Aug. 27, 1795; further not known. 
William Canfield, born Sept. 25, 1797; further not known. 
David Canfield, born April 29, i8co; further not known. 
Lydia Canfield, born Aug. 1, 1803; married John Sherwood. 
Caroline Canfield, born Oct. 27, 1805; married, first, James Mills; 

second, Andrew Wheeler; resided in New York City. 

Children of ITHAMAR and LYDIA CANFIELD HEALEY, of New 
York City: (552) 
io68f 1. Clara Healey, born New York City (date not found) : married 

Powell, and settled in the vicinity of Niagara Falls; no further 

account of her. ' 

2. Nancy Healey, born New York City; married there Dick. 

It is said that they had two sons and two daughters. The sons died 



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without issue; the daughters married. Clarissa married Jackson; 

Louise married Brush. 

Children of DANIEL and GRACE DAUCHY KEELER, of Ridgc- 
field, Conn. : (558) 

1089 1. ROXANA KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., Oct. 30, 1792; mar- 
ried there Charles St. John, a blacksmith, born there in 1793, son of 
Jonathan and Rhuama Burr St. John. They settled at Flat Rock, in 

Ridgefield, where he died about 1825. She married, second, 

Dickens, and third, Cyrus Beers, born Jan. 18, 1797. He died March 1, 
i860. She died at Ridgefield April 14, 1871, aged 79 years. (2245 and 
2249) 

1090 2. Rufus Hoyt Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 19, 1794; a farmer; 
married Polly Dickens, of Ridgefield, born Feb. 26, 1796. She died there 
March 18, 1859. They lived on West Mountains, in Ridgefield. He died 
at Darien (date not known). (2250) 

1091 3. Clarissa Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 6, 1796; married JERE- 
MIAH DAUCHY, a farmer, and settled in Ridgefield, where she died 
Sept. 28, 1870. No children. 

The remaining children of Daniel and Grace Dauchy Keeler ($88) 
are under numbers 1092, 1093, 1094, 1095, 1096, 1097, 1098 and 1099. 

Children of EZRA and HANNAH IRIMAN KEELER: (560) 

1091a 1. Phoebe Keeler, born May 8, 1800, and was married Dec. 23, 1817, 

to James H. Rose, who was born Nov. 12, 1797. They settled at Wash- 
ington, Mich., where both died — she Sept. 8, 1826, and he in December, 
1889. 

1091b 2. John Keeler, born at Hunter, Greene County, N. Y., March 16, 
1802; married Jan. 8, 1825, Mary Mariah Fellows, daughter of Henry 
and Emma (Merrills) Fellows; she was born in Blenheim, N. Y., Nov. 
3, 1806. They settled upon an 80-acre farm in Washington, Macomb 
County, Mich., in June, 1826, and dwelt there until in 1852, when they 
moved to Disco, in the same county, in order that their younger children 
might attend the Disco Academy, taught by their eldest son. In Disco, 
Jan. 8, 1886, they celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage 
day. They died at Richmond, Mich. — she Oct. 11, 1889, and he May 
3, 1890. 

1091c 3. Lydia Keeler was a daughter of Ezra and Hannah Iriman Keeler, 

but the date and place of her birth has not been furnished for this work. 
She died at Rush, N. Y., in 1828. 

I09id 4. Nathan Keeler (2247m) was born in Rush, Monroe County, N. Y., 
Oct. 13, 1808. He moved to Washington, Macomb County, Mich., in 
1833, and bought of the United States 120 acres of land beside his brother, 
Jonn Keeler. He cleared up his land and made himself a very pleasant 
farm home, and married, Sept. 1, 1835, Mary Jane Bates, daughter of 
John and Mary (Brown) Bates. In 1850 his uncle, Abner Keeler of 
South Hero, Vt, by his will left $3,000 to each of his nephews, John and 
Nathan (sons of Ezra), and Hiram and Pulaski (sons of Moses). 
Nathan sold his farm and moved into Romeo, Mich., but subsequently 
bought a larger farm in Washington, Mich., where he remained till his 
death, April 1, 1869. She died there also, but the date was not furnished 
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These are a continuation of the children of Daniel and Grace 
Dauchy Keeler. (558) 

1092 4. SAMUEL D. KEELER, born Ridgefield Nov. 29, 1799; a mason; 

married March 8, 1821, SALLY AKELY, born at Bedford April 11, 
1796. She was living in Peaceable street, Ridgefield in 1875. While on 
a visit to his son, Albert Keeler, at Iola, Kan., he died, Dec 16, 1874, after 
an illness of only two days, and was buried there. (2253) 

*093 5- Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 7, 1801, and died there June 

23, 1810. 

1094 6. HANNAH KEELER, born Ridgefield March 23, 1804; married 

MAJOR DICKENS, born Feb. 9, 1797. They dwelt at Danbury, and 
subsequently at Reading, where she died March 7, 1853. He died at 
Norwalk Sept. 18, 1873, aged 76 years. 

109s 7. PRUA KEELER, born June 18, 1806; married Nov. 18, 1828, at 

South Salem, DANIEL HOYT, a farmer, born Somers, N. Y., Aug. 27, 
1806. They dwelt at Ridgefield for twenty-two years, and then moved 
to South Hero, Vt., one of the islands in Lake Champlain, where they 
still lived in 1875. (2261) 

1096 8. ALBERT BURR KEELER, born Ridgefield Jan. 8, 1809; married 
March 16, 1836, SARAH ANN OLMSTEAD, of Reading, where she was 
born May 16, 1812. (2268) 

1097 9. SAMANTHA KEELER, born Ridgefield Oct. 22, 181 1; married 
JOSEPH P. WHEELER, who died at Ridgefield March 4, 1853, aged 
42 years. She married, second, Dec. 24, 1857, Joseph P. Dayton, a mem- 
ber of the Society of Friends. She died in Ridgefield Feb. 19, 1862. No 
children. 

1098 10. PHILIP RILEY KEELER, born Ridgefield July 8, 1814; a 
farmer; married LYDIA BATES, and settled at South Hero, Vt., and 
died there June 13, 1852. (2270) 

1009 11. CLARK SMITH KEELER, born Ridgefield Dec. 5, 1817; a 

hotelkeeper ; married at Vista, N. Y., May 5, 1840, Harriet E. Beers, born 
in Canaan, Conn., Nov. 18, 1819. They, too, went to South Hero, where 
he was the proprietor of the Island House in 1875. They were living at 
South Hero in 1893. (2274) 

Children of ABNER and PHILLENA TERHUNE KEELER, of South 
Hero, Vt.:(502) 

1 100 1. John Keeler. 

1101 2. William Keeler. 

1 102 3. Jeremiah Keeler. 

1 103 4. Julieth Keeler. 

All died young at South Hero, Vt 

"Child of SAMUEL and PHEBE KEELER WORDEN, of Ridgefield, 
Conn.: (609) 

1 104 1. Harvey Worden, born Ridgefield March 30, 1786. 

Children of WILLIAM and DEBORAH LOUNSBURY KEELER, of 
Stamford, Conn.: (571) 

1 105 1. GEORGE E. KEELER, born Stamford, Conn., Dec. 22, 1805; died, 
not married, July 10, 1827. 

1 106 2. CHARLES H. KEELER, born Stamford April 24. 1808; married, 
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1 107 3. EMILY FRANCES KEELER, born Stamford Feb. 29, 1812; 
married CHARLES J. KNIGHT. She died July 9, 1858. 

1 108 4. WILLIAM A. KEELER, born Stamford Aug. io, 1815; married; 
further unknown. 

1 109 5. James R. Keeler, born Stamford Feb. 25, .1818. 

1 1 10 6. Mary Elizabeth Keeler, born Stamford Jan. 3, 1823; married 
Sept. 19, 1844; further unknown. 

Children of DAVID and MARY BURLEY KEELER, of (probably) 
Norwalk, Conn.: (572) 
mi 1. William H. Keeler, born probably at Norwalk, Nov. 17, 1807; 

married July 13, 1835, MARY FERRIS, who was born Nov. 6, 1809. He 
died Jan. 19, 1862. (2276) 

1 1 12 3. MARY ETTA KEELER, born Greenwich, Conn.; married there, 
Dec. 23, 1833, Burrel Keeler, son of Luke and Jemima Benedict Keeler. 
(2199a) 

1 1 13 3. Cornelia Ann Keeler, born Nov. 4, 181 1; married Feb. 14, i828 r 
CHAUNCEY SMITH, who was born in February, 1798; but little could 
be learned of the subsequent history of the above family. 

Children of DELANCY (Alanson) and LYDIA LOCKWOOD 
KEELER, probably of Norwalk, Conn.: (573) 

1114 1. JOHN MILLS KEELER, born probably Norwalk, May 25, 1811; 
married May 23, 1831, MARY W. BECKWITH, who was born at New 
London Dec. 10, 1800. He died in 1883. (2275a) 

1115 2. WILLIAM R. KEELER, born probably Norwalk, May 21, 1812; 
married Oct. 4, 1832, Lucinda S. Beckwith, who was born June 3, 1815. 
He died March 29, 1834. 

1116 3. ISAAC LEWIS KEELER, born probably Norwalk Sept. 17, 1814; 
married, first, Prudence Strong; second, Adelia Grinnell. He died at 
Genoa, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1892. 

1117 4. SARAH ANN KEELER, born probably Norwalk, Feb. 18, 1816; 
married Edward Palmer, and resided at Five Corners, Cayuga County, 
N. Y., where she died Dec. 25, 1893. 

1 1 18 5. Mary Elizabeth Keeler, born probably Norwalk, June 24, 1818; 
died Oct. 1, 1819. 

1 1 19 6. Henry Delancy Keeler, born 1820; further unknown, except he died. 

1 120 7. Mary E. Keeler, born June 28, 1822; she died in 1843. 

1 121 8. Henrietta Keeler, born Jan. 26, 1825; married Samuel Hess, and 
resided at North Barton, Tioga County, N. Y. 

1 122 9. Edward L. Keeler, born June 11, 1827; married Sarah Ann Myers, 
Oct. 19, 1856; resided at Beaver Falls, Pa., in 1894. 

1 123 10. Deborah Keeler, born Dublyn, Conn., Nov. 22, 1829; married Feb. 
23, 1848, John O'Kelly. They settled at Dansville, and in 1877 moved to 
Rochester, N. Y., and resided at 13 Thorn street. (2283) 

Children of EDWIN and SALLY P. NIXON KEELER, probably of 
Norwalk, Conn. : (575) 

1 124 1. Sally H. Keeler, born probably Norwalk Dec. 8, 1817; married; 
further not known. 

1 125 2. John Smith Keeler, born probably Norwalk, Sept. 23, 1820, and 
died Jan. 12, 1845. 

1 126 3. Dorothy N. Keeler, born probably Norwalk, Nov. 13, 1822. 



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Children of JAMES HARVEY and MATILDA STEVENSON 
KEELER, probably of Norwalk, Conn. : (577) 

1 127 1. FRANCES E. KEELER, born probably at Norwalk, Sept. 9, 1823; 
married Aug. 19, 1844, SAMUEL R. CAMP, born Dec. 27, 1821. She 
died March 16, 1863. 

1 128 2. JAMES L. KEELER, born probably Norwalk, July 17, 1826. 

1 129 3. Angenette Keeler, born probably Norwalk, July 9, 1828; married 
May 11, 1854, EDWIN MALLORY, who was born Jan. 8, 1826. 

1 130 4. Sarah Margaret Keeler, born Aug. 9, 183 1, and died Sept 28, 1832. 

Children of HARVEY and MARY MEAD KEELER, of Ridgefield, 
Conn.: (464) 

1 131 1. Ruth Maria Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec. 30, 1816; married 
Nov. 6, 1844, Rev. Whitman Peck. She died at New Haven, Conn. 

1 132 2. Amos Mead Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 9, 1818; married Jan. 2, 
1849, Ellen L. Foot. He died at Newburgh Jan. 13, 1861. 

1 133 3- Jane Augusta Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 5, 182 1 ; married Nov. 
25, 1868, Richard Watrous; resided at Ridgefield, Conn., in 1894. 

1 134 4. Betsey Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 22, 1823; not married; was 
living at Ridgefield in 1894. 

1 135 5- Sarah Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 23, 1825; no further account 
of her. 

1136 6. Sarah Ann Keeler, born Ridgefield April 27, 1828; not married; 
was living at Ridgefield in 1894. 

1137 7. Julia Banks Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 11, 1830; no further 
account of her. 

1138 8. Ira Smith Keeler, born Ridgefield Jan. 24, 1833; married Nov. 8, 
1881, Franc Maria Denton; resided at Belleview, Fla., in 1894. (2337a) 

1139 9. Rev. Seneca McNeil Keeler, born Ridgefield May'31, 1835; married 
Aug. 24, 1857, Alice B. Smith; resided at Jeffersonville, Pa., in 1894. 
(2337d) 

Children of ELDAD and KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (556V) 

1139a 1. Cornelia Keeler, born Brookfield; she died there Aug. 28, 1894, 

aged 77- 
1139b 2. Eunice Keeler, born Brookfield; further not known. 
1139c 3. Henry Keeler, born Brookfield; further not known. 

Children of GEORGE B., son of Benjamin and Huldah Ruggles Keeler, 
of Brookfield, and MABEL GRAY KEELER, of Brookfield: (556w) 
ii39d 1. Benjamin Keeler, born Brookfield, Conn.; further unknown. 

1139c 2. Sarah Abigail Keeler, born Brookfield April 17, 183 1 ; married 

Dec. 3, 1861, Harris Eames. She died at Newark, N. J., May 7, 1865. 
"39* 3- Robert B. Keeler, born Brookfield in May, 1834; not married. He 

died in Kansas April 10, 1859. 
H39fiT 4- Caroline Elizabeth Keeler, born Brookfield June 18, 1836; married 

. John Henry Miller; resided at Danbury in 1895. 
1139b 5. Delia Campbell Keeler, born Brookfield Dec. 29, 1838; married 

William Henry Warren; resided 43 Beers street, New Haven, Conn.,. 

in 1895- 
1 1391 6. William Henry Keeler, born Brookfield; further of him unknown. 

XI 39J 7- Charlotte Maria Keeler, born Brookfield Sept. 25, 1844; married 

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1139k 8. Jonathan Keeler, born Brookfield; further unknown. 

Children of WILLIAM and EUNICE THOMAS KEELER, probably 
of BrookfieJd: (556X) 
1139I 1. Henry Keeler, born supposed in Brookfield; authentic history 

not obtained. 
1139m 2. Catharine Keeler, born supposed in Brookfield; authentic history 

not obtained. 
"39" 3. Charles Keeler, born supposed in Brookfield; authentic history 

not obtained. 
II 39o 4- Edward Keeler, born supposed in Brookfield; authentic history 

not obtained. 

Children of GEORGE and SARAH KEELER SANFORD: (556y) 
1139P 1. Henrietta Sanford; date of birth, etc., could not be obtained. 

H39q 2. George Sanford; date of birth, etc, could not be obtained. 

Children of CZAR, son of Nathan and Huldah Keeler, and BETSEY 
WHEELER KEELER, of Pawlings and Waterbury: (556d) 

1140 1. Elizur Warner Keeler, born Pawlings, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1808; mar- 
ried, first, in 1834, Sally M. Wheeler; she died in 1845.- He married in 
1847, second, Clara A. Benedict. He died at Waterbury March 19, 
1879. (2289a) 

1 141 2. Harriet Keeler, born Pawlings, N. Y., in 181 1, and died in child- 
hood at Pawlings in 1815. 

1 142 3. Amy Keeler, born Pawlings in 1814; married in 1842, Daniel A. 
Warner. She died in 1849. (2289c) 

1142a 4. Almon Keeler, born Pawlings in 1818; married in 1844, Sila D. 

Miles. He died at Litchfield, 111., in 1879. (2289c) 
1142b 5. Nathan W. Keeler, born 1820; married in 1843, Susan H. Hamlin; 

resided at Spokane, Wash., in 1895. (2289b) 
1142c 6. Homer Keeler, born 1826, and died in childhood at Newtown, 1828. 

H42d 7. Burr Keeler, horn Newtown in 1828, and died there in 1847. 

Children of THOMAS P., son of Nathan and Huldah Keeler, and ANN 
KEELER SMITH, of Brookfield, Conn.: (556e) 
H42e 1. Henry Smith, born Brookfield; further history unknown. 

H42f 2. Mary Smith, born Brookfield March 20, 1813; married Dec. 25, 

1841, Charles Mallett She died Dec. 23, 1870. (2289k) 

Children of ELI and CLARA OVETT KEELER, of Sharon and Bridge- 
port, Conn. : (556f ) 
H42g 1. Caroline Keeler, born Sharon, Conn.; married John Woodruff, and 

died (date unknown). 
1142I1 2. Giles Keeler, born Sharon; married a Widow Hall. He died at 

Bridgeport (date unknown). (2289m) 
H42i 3. George Keeler, born Sharon; married Jane Tomlinson. He died 

at Bridgeport. 
1142J 4. William Keeler, born Sharon; not married; resided at Bridgeport 

in 1895. 
1142k 5. Ralph Keeler, born Sharon ; it is said he died at sea. 
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Children of JOHN A. and HULDAH KEELER PECK, of Brookfield, 
Conn. : (556h) 
1142m 1. Henry Wm. Peck, born Brookfield May 1, 1812; married Dec 16, 

1846, Joanna W. Plath, and resided in New York City. He died there 

July 26, 1864. (2290) 
1 I42n 2. George Willis Peck, born Brookfield Sept. 22, 1813 ; married Mary 

Andrews, and resided at Brookfield in 1895. (220od) 
1142 3. Amarellis Eveline Peck, born Brookfield Oct. 21, 1815; married 

Medad R. Kellogg; resided at New Fairfield. She died at Bridgeport 

Aug. 8, 1887. (2290f ) 
11420 4. Clarissa Peck, born Brookfield Aug. 2, 1817; married Sherman 

Foote, and resided at Brookfield, where she died Feb. 18, 1888. (2290J) 
H42q 5. John Lyman Peck, born Brookfield in April, 1820; married Feh 24* 

1854, Sarah Teresa Law. He died in New York City Feb. 6, 1887. 
1 I42r 6. Arza Canfield Peck, born Brookfield June 8, 1822 ; married Feb. 20, 

1862, Janie Bodes. They were living in New York City in 18^5. (2290 o> 
1142s 7. Lucy Ann Peck, born Brookfield Oct. 31 1824; married Oct. 20,. 

1846, Edwin Clark Smith ; resided at Brookfield in 18^5. (22901) 
H42t 8. Adaline Peck, born Brookfield Jan. 30, 1827; not married; died at 

Brookfield Dec. 19, 1849. 
1142U 9. Alfred Augustus Peck, born Brookfield Oct. 27, 1830; not married; 

died April 20, 1855. 

Child of BENEDICT and SARAH KEELER DUNNING, of Brook- 
field, Conn.: (5561) 
1142V 1. Mehitabel Dunning, born Brookfield April 5, 1814; she died Feb. 

17, 1855. 

Children of IRA and SALLY WILLIAMS KEELER, of Brookfield, 
Conn.: (556I) 
1142W 1. Frederick Keeler, born Brookfield; married Lou Blackman, and 

resided at Chicago, 111. 
1142X 2. Heman Keeler, born Brookfield; married Alice Blackman; resided 

at San Francisco, Cal., in 1895. 
H42y 3. Ezra W. Keeler, born Brookfield; married Fanny Salter; resided 

at San Francisco, Cal., in 1895. 
1142Z 4. Clarissa Keeler, born Brookfield; married John N. Hawley; resided 

at Brookfield in 1895. 

Children of TIMOTHY and URANIA (or as some say, Laurany) 
DE FOREST (daughter of Captain Elihu De Forest) KEELER, of 
Ridgebury, Town of Ridgefield, Conn. : (578) 

The following is from the Probate Court records of Danbury, supple- 
mented by private accounts: 

1 143 1. Elihu Keeler, born Ridgebury, Conn., Jan. 22, 1790; married, first, 
Rebecca, daughter of Uriah and Phebe De Forest, of Ridgebury, where 
she died Jan. 8, 1817, aged 22 years. He married, second, Betsey Brush, 
daughter of Zophar and Sarah Bennett Brush, of South East. They 
moved to Ithaca, N. Y., where he died June 20, 1852. (229oy) 

1 144 2. Roswell Keeler, born Ridgebury April 2, 1791 ; married in 1820, 
Mary Eliza Plant, and moved West. They went to Florida, where she 
died March 2, 1846. He then returned to LaSalle, III., where he died 
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1 145 3. Rachel Keeler, born Ridgebury March 14, 1792; married, first, 
Daniel Lynes; he died at St. Marks, Fla., Feb. 1, 1829; married, second, 
Rev. Nathan Burton, pastor of the Congregational Church at Ridgebury, 
where he died Aug. 20, 1857. She married, third, June 15, 1870, John 
Fry, and resided there. She died there Feb. n, 1879. (2298) 

1146 4. Timothy B. Keeler, born Ridgebury Jan. 17, 1796; married Eliza- 
beth Cook, and went to New Orleans, where he established a mercantile 
business. He died aboard the Louisiana, at sea, July 26, 1827, on his 
passage to New York. She married, second, Aaron Seeley, of Danbury, 
and died there March 17, 1842. (2301) 

1 147 5. Sarah Keeler, born Ridgebury June 12, 1799; married Feb. 13, 1829, 
Jarvis Brush, born Jan. 6, 1797. They settled in New Haven, Conn., 
where she died in 1865. He died at Princeton, N. J., April 10, 1883. (2304) 

1 148 6. Samuel Keeler, born Ridgebury Jan. 3, 1801 ; married Feb. 13, 1829, 
Julia Ann Weeks, who was born in New York City July 9, 1803. He 
died in Brooklyn Aug. 11, 1869, and was buried in the Van Deusen and 
Schuyler burial plot at New Brunswick, N. J. She died July 9, 1887, in 
Brooklyn, N. Y. (2306) 

1 149 7. Smith Keeler, born Ridgebury Sept. n, 1803; married, first, Sept. 
19, 1836, Mary Dann, of North Salem, born Feb. 3, 1816. They settled 
on a large farm, where he accumulated a large property. She died there 
Aug. 8, 1870. He then married, second, her sister, Sarah Dann, Feb. 8, 
1882. He died on the farm where he had spent most of his life, Aug. 8, 
1889; no children. His widow was still living there in 1897. 

1 150 8. Charles Beale Keeler, born Aug. 2, 1808; married, first, Oct. 8, 
1841, Amy Ann Tyler, who died in 1848. He married, second, May 20. 
1850, Harriet St. John, and settled in Ithaca, N. Y., and died there in 
1888. (2307) 



THE RYDER BRANCH. 

ABSALOM RYDER, (586) son of John and Sarah Sprague Ryder, 
of South East, Putnam County, N. Y., was born there April 30, 1767. He 
married at South East, Dec. 15. 1791, Tamson Townsend, daughter of 
Uriah and Hannah Keeler Townsend, of South East, N. Y., where she 
was born Jan. 14, 1767. She died at Berne, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1819. 

Children of ABSALOM and TAMSON TOWNSEND (daughter of 
Uriah and Hannah Keeler Townsend) RYDER, of Berne, Albany 
County, N. Y. : (586) 
1150a 1. Abijah Ryder, born Berne, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1792; died in infancy, 

Feb. 10, 1793- 

1151 2. Eleazer Ryder, a tanner, born Berne, N. Y., June 25, 1704; married 
Jan. 29, 1817, Polly Gifford, who was born June 12. 1797. He died March 
11, 1851, at Warnersville, Schoharie County, N. Y. She died Sept. n, 
1852. (2312) 

1152 3. Samuel Ryder, born Dec. 1, 1796; married, first, Ruth Gifford: 
second, Rachel Weaver. He died June 12, 1848. (2320) 

1153 4- Uriah Ryder, born July 29, 1800; married Mehitabel Cartwright 
He died March 18, 1861. (2327) 

1 154 5. John Ryder, born Nov. 19, 1802. He went away, and was unheard 
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1 155 6. Chauncey Ryder, born June 5, 1806; married Diantha Maria 
Boughton. He died March 12, 1850. She lived at Elizabeth, N. J., in 
1895. (2332) 

1 156 7. Absalom Ryder, Jr., born March 18, 1810; married July 15, 1835, 
Jane Livingston. He died Oct. 25, 1877. She died March 6, 1890. (2334) 

Child of ABIJAH TOWNSEND, son of Uriah and Hannah Keeler 
Townsend (his wife's name not obtained) : (587) 

1 157 1. Uriah Townsend, born on Dingle Ridge in 1783; married, first, in 
1802, Sarah Pardee; second, Widow Betsey Pardee Jessup, sister of his 
first wife. He died Feb. 1, 1864. (2338) 

There may have been more children, not known to the compiler. 

Children of PELEG and BETTY NORRIS (daughter of Stephen and 
Abigail Keeler Norris) ARNOLD, of Ridgebury, Conn.: (592) 
Abigail Arnold; married Stephen Benedict, of Brooklyn. 
John Arnold ; married and went to Long Island, and died there. 

Peleg Arnold, Jr.; married Hickok, of Ridgebury. 

Freelove Arnold; married, as second wife, Lot Forrester (see 
:ord). 

Edward Arnold; went to New York City, and died. 
Hannah Arnold; married Seely Bartram, at Danbury, and died 

Rachel Arnold ; never married ; died in New York City. 
Jerusha Arnold; never married; died in New York City. 

Children of STEPHEN, JR., son of Stephen and Abigail Keeler Norris, 
and ELIZABETH DEFOREST NORRIS, of Ridgebury: (595) 

1 166 1. Lambert K. Norris; married Harriet Moyer, and lived at Ridge- 
bury. She died May 22, 1884, aged 83. He died Feb. 6, 1887, aged 83. 

1 167 2. Rachel Norris; married, first, Jan. 27, 1800, Hull Brush; he died 
Dec. 16, 1841, aged 45. She married, second, Rev. Sylvanus Haight. He 
died at South Norwalk Aug. 5, 1864, aged 88. She died April 20, 1870, 
aged 71. 

1 168 3. De La Zaun Norris ; married Feb. 9, 1825, Lydia Crosby. He died 
Sept. 9, 1839, and she married, second, William Wildman. She died Dec 
29, 1851. 

1 169 6. Eliza Norris; lived unmarried, in the town of Danbury, and died 
there June 16, 1836, aged 22. 

1 170 4. Mary Norris; married July 7, 1806, Bradley Sears. They died at 
South East— he Sept. 29, 1884, aged 80; she Nov. 26, 1890, aged 84. 

1 171 5. Benjamin D. Norris, born March 29, 1810; married, first, Mary T. 
Collins, of New Haven, in 1835; she died Oct. 2, 1856. He married, 
second, Charlotte Ward, Oct. 3, 1858. She died Aug. 14, 1870, aged 50. 
He still lived at Ridgebury in 1895. (2344) 

Children of ABIJAH and JERUSHA HAMILTON NORRIS, of 
Thompson, Sullivan County, N. Y.: (596) 

1 172 1. Isabella Norris, born Ridgebury, Conn., in 1806; married April 2, 
1826, Leander Douglass. 

1 173 2. George Hamilton Norris, born Thompson, N. Y.. May 31, 1812; 
married, April, 1835, at Bennington, Vt, Maria Hoxie. She died, and he 
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1 1 74 3. Abijah Hart Norris, born Thompson, N. Y., Dec 6, 1814; he never 
married, and died at Batavia, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1894. 

Children of MOSES, son of Stephen and Abigail Keeler Norris, and 
HEPZIBAH WEBB NORRIS, of Mill Plain, town of Danbury : (597) 

1 175 1. Sally Norris; married, first, David Sears; second, Ira Kellogg. 
She died at Mill Plain, Conn. 

1 176 2. James Norris; married Clara Wood, daughter of Jedediah Wood; 
she was born Jan. 29, 1804. She had seven brothers and sisters, all of 
wnom lived to over 80 years of age. He died at Brewster, N. Y. (2350) 

1 1 77 3. Hannah Norris; married Charles Seymour, and died at Mill Plain. 

1 178 4. Moses K. Norris; married Caroline Stevens. He died at Mill Plain 
in November, 1872, aged 63. She died there Sept 17, 1894, aged 87 years* 
6 months and 14 days. (2353) 

1 1 79 5. Bennett Norris; married Theodosia Seymour. He died Aug. 
30, i860. 

1 180 6. Mary Norris; married Lyman Solomon; further unknown. 

1 181 7. Chloe Norris; married Pierre Sutton. They went West, and he 
engaged in manufacturing salt; further not known. 

1 182 8. David Norris; married Keziah . He died at Mill Plain 

March 21, 1892, aged about 70. 

Child of SAMUEL and POLLY ESTHER CASTLE KEELER: (599a) 
1182a 1. Milo Keeler, born Essex, Vt., Sept. 1, 1812; married at Richmond, 

Vt., Sept. 4, 1836, Lucia Price, born Coventry, Vt., Feb. 14, 1815. She 
died at Essex Nov. 12, 1892. 

By second wife, ABIGAIL SHATTUCK KEELER: 
1182b 2. Polly Esther Keeler, born Aug. 27, 1824; married, in 1848, George 

Uinton Jewel, of Bolton, Vt., who was born at Groton, N. H., Sept. 11, 

1823, and died at Essex, Vt., in September, 1864. She went to California 

in 1852, and was still there in 1898. 
1182c 3. Ebenezer Keeler, born Essex Jan. 18, 1826, and died there Fdb. 

«, 1826. 
n82d 4. Elizabeth (called Betsey) Keeler, born Dec 13, 1828; married Dec. 

26, 1847, George B. Sinclair, of Vermont. He died July 22, 1868. 

Children of and POLLY KEELER (daughter of James Keeler, 

Sr.) CALKINS, of Painted Post, N. Y.: (599b) 
They had four children— names not known. 

Children of and LYDIA KEELER (daughter of James Keeler, 

Sr.) WOLCOTT, of Painted Post, N. Y.: (599c) 
They had four children— names not known. 

Uiildren of MARSHALL and RACHEL KEELER CASTLE, of 
Essex, Vt. : (599<0 
They had four children — names not known. 

Child of JOHN and ABIGAIL SINCLAIR KEELER, of Essex, 
Vt. : (599e) 
n82q 1. Julia Ann Keeler, born Essex, Vt, April 1, 1809; married Yotmg 

B. Warner. She died there in September, 1890. 



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Children of JAMES JR. and SARAH A. WARNER KEELER, of 
Rockford 111. : (sgof) 
n82T 1. Truman Keeler, born Essex, Vt., March 18, 1813; married Mabel 

A. Baker, and resided at Harrison, 111., in 1898. 
1182s 2. John Keeler, born Essex, N. Y., May 15, 1815; married Ellen D. 

Comstock, and resided at Albion, N. Y. He died there July 4, 1893. 
n82t 3. James F. Keeler, born Essex, Vt., May 4, 1817. 

1182U 4. Sarah A. Keeler, born Essex, Vt., Oct 2, 1820; married Alonzo 

Corey, and moved to California. 

Children of ABRAHAM and ANNA STARR GRAY, of Clarksfield, 
Ohio: (601) 

1183 1. Smith Starr Gray, born Danbury May 31, 1807; married April 5, 
1829, first, May Starr, born Sept. 3, 1808, and died at Clarksfield, O., in 
1853. He married, second, Anna Richardson, and moved to Iowa, where 
he died March 13, 1869. (2358) 

1 184 2. Pamelia Gray, born Danbury July 3, 1809; died in youth, Sept 
13, 1817. 

1 185 3. Erastus Gray, born Danbury Sept. 12, 1810; married March 19, 
1867, Mrs. Eliza Parker, and resided at Norwalk, O., in 1879. 

1 186 4. Peter Starr Gray, born Danbury Dec. 22, 1812; married, first, in 
December, 1834, Lucy Stiles; second, in 1837, Alice Knapp; resided at 
Iowa Palls, la. 

1 187 5. Deborah Gray, born Danbury Nov. 9, 1814; married Dec 15, 1831, 
Edward E. Husted, and resided at Norwalk, O. He died Dec. 24, 1878. 

1 188 6. Lydia Gray, born Feb. 1, 1817; married Nov. 15, 1835, Henry S. 
Barnes, and resided at Clarksfield, O. 

1 189 7. Pamelia Gray, born Danbury March 8, 1819; married in 1837, 
William Squire, of Grinnell, la. He died May 5, 1867. 

1 190 8. Sarah Gray, born Danbury March 22, 1821 ; married in 1837, Hoyt 
Husted, and resided at Clarksfidd, O. She died there March 9, 1858. 
He died in 1863. 

1 191 9. Samuel D. Gray, born Dec. 15, 1823; married, first, Oct. 12, 1846, 
Mary Scott ; second, Dec. 2, 1870, Anna Husted ; resided in Ohio in 1879. 

1192 10. Hiram H. Gray, born May 25, 1827; married in 1848, Jane Rogers; 
resided at Emporia, Kan., in 1879. 

1 193 11. Orlando Gray, born Feb. 5, 1829, and died March 25, 1829. 

1 194 12. Harriet Gray, born Dec. 15, 1831, and died June 3, 1837. 

Child of THOMAS and ANNA GRAY ST. JOHN, of Ridgebury: (602) 

1195 1. SAMUEL SIDNEY ST. JOHN, born Ridgebury Sept. 6, 1806; 
married at Ridgebury by Rev. George Benedict, Sept. 13, 1829, to Lucy 
Amy Brush, daughter of Eliphalet and Eunice Brush, of Ridgebury, where 
she was born Jan. 30, 1808. The following obituary, which appeared in 
several local papers at the time, furnishes a suitable biography of this 
highly respected man: (2360) 

OBITUARY. 

HON. SAMUEL S. ST. JOHN. 
On the 13th day of September, 1879, there was gathered in the quiet 
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northern territory of the town of Ridgefield, a large company of the 
friends and relatives of this honored man and his good wife, met to 
commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding day, and I am 
confident that all who participated in the enjoyments of that memorable 
occasion will agree with me in saying that there was present one of the 
most charming pictures of domestic happiness, made pure and holy by the 
experience of half a century of married life, that could possibly be found. 
And now we have another picture. 

On Sunday, June nth, 1882, a little less than three years since the 
above meeting, and the same peaceful and pleasant neighborhood is again 
thronged by another large concourse of friends and kindred, met to pay 
their last sad tribute of respect to the remains of him who had been their 
friend and neighbor for many years, as well as sympathize with the 
bereaved widow and daughter. 

Samuel Sidney i>t. John was born at Ridgebury, Sept. 6th, 1806. A few 
years later his father, removing to New York, gave the son the advantages 
of the best schools in that city, and he was graduated at Columbia College 
when 22 years of age. On the 13th day of September, 1829, he was 
married to Lucy A. Brush, of Ridgebury, and they have lived together 
almost fifty-three years. At the time of his marriage he was engaged in 
the mercantile business in his native place, and continued in it until 1832, 
when he removed to Ridgefield and opened a classical and commercial 
school. Here he found his life's work. As a teacher he excelled ; patient, 
laborious and conscientious, he soon made his school famous and success- 
ful. It was patronized not only by the citizens of Ridgefield and adjoin- 
ing towns, but by many from New York City, and this finally led in 1841 
to a very tempting offer from the Mechanics' Society School in that city, 
which he accepted. In 1842 he was appointed principal of Ward School 
No. 26, i* the Fourth Ward, and intrusted with the care not only of the 
several departments of that school, but also with the general supervision 
of the other schools of the ward, comprising in the aggregate more than 
4,000 pupils ; this position he continued to hold until he left New York in 
1859. He also served as a Commissioner of Schools in the City of New 
York, for the years 1848 and 1849. 

Soon after removing to New York he, with his wife, united with the 
""Church of the Epiphany" (Rev. Lot Jones), and was confirmed in 1842. 
He was soon after chosen one of the vestrymen, in which office he was 
continued until he removed from the city, at which time he had served 
twenty-seven years as a most acceptable and successful teacher, and hence- 
forth concluded to retire to the quiet of a country life in his own native 
place. He has had, however, numerous private pupils in the classics, in 
which he always took great delight. In 1837 he was chosen a Senator for 
the Eleventh Senatorial district of this State, and in 1864 was chosen one 
of the representatives of Ridgefield to the General Assembly. While he 
was a man of decided convictions, he was extremely reticent and retiring, 
never obtruding his opinion upon others unless called upon, or he saw 
good special reasons for so doing; a sincere lover of his country and its 
institutions, ever loyal and hearty in his support. A politician in the best 
and truest sense of the word, but never an office-seeker. 

Mr. St. John had for several months previous to his death admonitions 
of what the end might and probably would be; and especially in the last 
few weeks of his life, the matter was a subject of frequent conversation 
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so that even near neighbors hardly suspected any unusual change or 
danger in his situation. During Thursday, June 8th, he said several 
times to his wife that he felt a very serious difficulty about breathing, and 
yet, in the evening, he manifested his usual friendly pleasure and hospi- 
tality in receiving and entertaining friends who had called to spend the 
evening, and remained until about 10 o'clock. Soon after their departure 
his symptoms were such that he suggested that a physician be called, for 
which preparations were immediately made, but before his grandson could 
get his horse ready, and while sitting in his chair, leaning his head upon 
the arm of his wife, he passed from this earthly tabernacle to the brighter 
and better one above, "not made with hands, eternal in the heavens." 

Thus died a true man and husband, father, friend and neighbor, in 
whom there was no guile, a humble and sincere follower of the meek 
and lowly One, who, when on earth, "went about doing good," in whose 
life and promises he believed, and trusted for all his needs here and here- 
after. He is not dead! only passed beyond the veil that obscures our 
vision, into a higher, nobler life to receive the crown, and hear his 
Saviour say, "Well done." 

Reverently and tenderly we laid him down in the pleasant cemetery near 
his old home, consecrated as the last resting place of several generations 
of his ancestors, and sacred with the memories of his boyhood days. 

Servant of God, well done! 

Thy glorious warfare's past; 
The battle's fought, the race is run, 

And thou art crowned at last 

Children of ZINA and HANNAH GRAY ST. JOHN, of Leona, 
Mich. : (603) 
1196 1. Polly St John, born Ridgebury, Conn., Nov. 9, 1812; married at 

Ridgebury, May 24, 1841, Edgar Gregory. She died at Lockport Jan. 28, 

1884. He resided there in 1893. (2363) 
1107 2. Ann St John, born Ridgebury July 13, 1814; married at Columbia, 

Ifjch., Jan. 24, 1836, William Hunt She died at Leona, Mick, April 

26* 1848. (2365) 

1 198 3. Darius St. John, born Ridgebury Jan. 26, 1816; married, first, at 
Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 29, 1838, Currence M. Downs; she died June 9, 
1863. He married, second, Emily Taylor, born in Vermont Feb. 15, 1835- 
They resided at Clinton, Mich., in 1893. (2369) 

1 199 4. Samuel St. John, born Ridgebury Jan. 29, 1818; married April 10, 
1844, Mary Downs. He died at Leona, Mich., in 1884. (2372) 

1200 5. Smith St. John, born Ridgebury July 21, 1820; married at Brook- 
lyn, Mich., Dec. 31, 1846, Adaline Stiles. They resided at Brooklyn, 
Mich., in 1893. 

1201 6. Hannah St. John, born Ridgebury Oct. 16, 1821, and died there 
Feb. 10, 183 1. 

12Q2 7. Caroline St. John, born Ridgebury Jan. 20, 1823; married at 

Niagara Falls her sister's husband, Edgar Gregory, Feb. 27, 1885, and 
resided at Lockport, N. Y., in 1893. No children. 

1203 8. Timothy St. John, born Ridgebury March 17, 1825; married at 
Columbia, Mich., Nov. 21, 1848* Mary Gates, born Dec. 9, 1828, and 
resided at Jackson, Mich., in 1893. (2375) 

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Lake, Mich., April 7, 1859, Leonard Waldo. She died at Leona, Mich.,. 
Jan. 6, 1861. No children. 

1205 10. Chloe St. John, born Ridgebury May 2, 1828 ; married at Lockport,. 
N. Y., Sept. 22, 1852, Stevens Gregory, and resided at Lockport, N. Y., in 
1893. No children of their own. (2378) 

1206 11. Cynthia St. John, born Ridgebury June 26, 1820; married, first; 
at Jackson, Mich., May 6, 1851, Israel Gates, born Jan. 7, 1830; he died in 
1861. She married, second, Nov. 12, 1867, William W. Gibson, born Oct 
1, 1829, died in 1888. She died at Perrysburg March 5, 1893. (2379) 

1207 12. Jason St John, born Ridgebury May 7, 1832; married at Me- 
chanicsville, O., Jan. 4, 1856, Julia Potter, and resided at Harmonton, 
N. J., in 1893. (2383) 

1208 13. Hannah E. St. John, born Columbia, Mich. r Jan. 31, 1836; never 
married; died at Leona, Mich., Dec. 3, i860. 

Children of NATHANIEL and MILLIE ANN CASE GRAY, of 
Ridgefield : (604) 

1209 1. Horace Weston Gray, born July 29, 1823; not married; died in 
California Sept. 16, 1852. 

1210 2. Abraham S. Gray, born Ridgebury Aug. 29, 1827; married Jan. 1, 
1849, Clarina M. Seger. He died at Mill Plain Aug. 20, 1859. She 
resided at Danbury in 1893. (2387) 

121 1 3. Mary E. Gray, born Ridgebury April 4, 1832; married Dec 25,. 
1871, Rev. Frederick Kratz; he was born March 4, 1837, m Germany. 
They resided at Mill Plain, where she died in 1894. No children. 

1212 4. Gabriel S. Gray, born Ridgebury May 29, 1834; married Nov. 23, 
1856, Betty Gardner. He died Nov. 12, 1889. She resided in Danbury 
in 1893. 

1213 5. Hattie E. Gray, born Ridgebury Sept. 22, 1836; married May 29, 
1856, Beenjamin C. Norris, and resided at Litchfield, Conn., in 1893. (2389) 

Children of MINER and POLLY GRAY (daughter of Joseph and 
Lydia Keeler Gray) POTTER, of Litchfield, Conn. : (605) 

1214 1. Garry Gray Potter, born Litchfield July 2, 1818; married, first, 
Sept 18, 1839, Mary Ann Cogswell; second, Aug. 2, 1867, Louisa E. 
Freeman Kilbourn; third, Caroline Simon Lester. (2391) 

1215 2. Lydia Ann Potter, born Litchfield Dec 15, 1821; married Sept 7, 
1846, George W. Cogswell, who died (2398) 

1216 3. Sally Potter, born Litchfield Dec. 15, 1821; married March n, 

1849, Asa Lyman Grannis. They resided at Bantam, Conn., in 1893. (2400) 

1217 4. Miner Potter, Jr., born Litchfield July 31, 1823; married Oct 12, 
1854, Salena Osborn. They resided at Allensville, O., in 1893. (2402) 

1218 5. Julia Potter, born Litchfield Nov. 3, 1829; married Oct 12, 1856, 
Jason St. John, son of Zina and Hannah Gray St John, and resided at 
Hammonton, N. J., in 1893. 

Children of WILLIAM and SALLY GRAY GRANNIS, of Ridge- 
bury : (606) 

1219 1. Jason Collins Grannis, born Litchfield Feb. 4, 1828; not married 
died Aug. 18, 1855. \ 

1220 2. Sidney Grannis, born Litchfield June 27, 1829; married Dec 4, 

1850, Mary Ann Starr; she was born Sept 11, 1828. Resided at Dan- 
bury in 1893. (2403) 



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1221 3. Aaron W. Grannis, born Aug. 28, 183 1 ; married Martha Farvor. 
They settled at Bristol, Conn., where he died Jan. 24, 1886, aged 54 
years, 5 months. (2406) 

1222 4. Lydia Ann Grannis, born Nov. 16, 1833, and died at Litchfield 
April 26,, 1837. 

1223 5.- Joseph Gray Grannis, born Litchfield Feb. 22, 1835, and died 
there April 24, 1837. 

1224 6. Dr. John Henry Grannis, (2407) born Litchfield April 16, 1844. 
In 1862, Aug. 28, he enlisted in Co. C, 17th Reg. Connecticut Volunteers. 
In the autumn- of 1864 he was commissioned surgeon's steward of the 
U. S. S. Freebonn, and served on her till Jan. 1865, when he was ordered 
to the U. S. S. Sophronia, to take charge of its medical department, and 
served till the end of the war. He resigned Aug. 19, 1865. Soon after 
he commenced to study with Dr. Robert Hubbard, of Bridgeport, Conn. 
During the winters of 1866, 1867 and 1868 he attended lectures at Yale 
Medical School, and graduated from there in the summer of 1868. On 
Dec. 1, 1868, he commenced the practice of medicine in Old Saybrook, 
Conn., where he still continued in 1893. On Oct. 17, 187 1, he married 
Mary Witter Shepard, who was born there Sept. 19, 1852. She was the 
daughter of Rufus C. and Mary Ann Bushnell Shepard, of that place. 

Children of JOHN C. and ELIZA CASE GRAY, of Ridgefield, 
Conn. : (607) 

1225 1. Henry Collins Gray, born Ridgebury June 4, 1827; married Nov. 
2, 1859, Harriet M. Lessey, born Aug. 14, 1836; resided at Danbury in 
1893. (2409) 

1226 2. Lucy Ann Gray, born Ridgebury June 1, 1832; died Sept. 24, 1833, 
at Ridgebury. 

1227 3- Mary Elizabeth Gray, born Aug. 19, 1834; married Feb. 22, 1854, 
Franklin G. Hamilton, of Massachusetts, and moved to Titusville, Pa, 
She died at Mill Plain Nov. 29, 1893. No children. 

1228 4. Watson Coleman Gray, born Ridgebury July 6, 1836; married 
Jan. 10, 1867, Sarah M. Peck, born Sept. 2, 1844; resided at Danbury 
in 1893. (241 1 ) 

Children of WILLIAM, son of Jonathan and Esther Rockwell, and 
SARAH WORDEN ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (608) 

1229 1. Sarah Rockwell, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec. 29, 1785; married 
Abiel Keeler, born at Ridgefield March 12, 1804, son of Ndhemiah and 
Eleanor Rockwell Keeler. (See his record.) 

1230 2. Abigail Rockwell, born Ridgefield about 1789; married LEVI 
SMITH, a clothier of North Salem, where they died without children — 
he May 11, 1847; she Sept. 15, 1849. 

1231 3. Esther Rockwell, born Ridgefield about 1791 ; married ELI 
ABBOTT, a blacksmith of Ridgebury, where he was born. They settled 
in Beekman, N. Y., where they died; no children. 

1232 4. Anna Rockwell, l>orn Ridgefield June 26, 1793; married Nov. 26, 
1818, at Ridgefield, Henry Smith, son of Daniel and Phebe Whitney 
Smith; died May 29, 1864. (2412.) 

1233 5. JONATHAN ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Nov. 27, 1796; a 
blacksmith; married Nov. 15, 1819, Clarissa Gregory, born at Ridgefield 
Jan. 12, 1801. They settled at Ridgefield, where she died April 11, 1835. 
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GREGORY, his first wife's sister, who was born at Ridgefield April 
25, 1810. They resided at Ridgefield, where he died July 12, 1887. She 
died June 2, 1889. (2421) 

1234 6. SAMUEL ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield about 1800; a black- 
smith; married at New Rochelle CHARLOTTE PALMER; married, 
second, at New Rochelle, Susan Smith. He died at New Rochelle Sept 
10, 1834- (2428) 

1235 7. RACHEL ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield about 1802; married 
Nelson Canfield, a farmer of Reading, Conn. They settled at Neversink, 

1 N. Y., where she died, leaving several children whose names were not 

obtained. 

1236 8. WILLIAM ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield about 1804; a black- 
smith; died unmarried, Sept. 29, 1827, at New Rochelle, N. Y., aged 
23 years. 

1237 9. HARRY ROCKWELL, born about 1806; a shoemaker; married, 
first, Hannah Tryon; second, Phebe Ann Cree; lived at North Salem, 
N. Y. (2432) 

Children of NEHEMIAH and RHODA KEELER SMITH, of North 
Salem, N. Y. : (790) 
W38 1. RACHEL SMITH, born North Salem, N. Y., March 16, 1801; 

married there in September, 1820, CHARLES S. HYATT, a farmer, 
born June 9, 1798. He died at Cazenovia, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1867. She was 
living at Fenner, N. Y., in 1875. (2440) 

1239 2. CAROLINE SMITH, born North Salem Dec. 29, 1802; married 
Feb. 17, 1834, at Nelson, N. Y., ORVILLE RAYMOND, born at Florida,. 
N. Y., Oct. 17. 1802. They were living at Wheeler, N. Y., 1875. (2446) 

1240 3. WALTER KEELER SMITH, born North Salem Sept. 29, 1808; 
a farmer and country merchant; married Nov. 7, 1833, at Nelson Flats, 
N. Y., Emily Stebbins, born at Peterboro, N. Y., May 11, 1810; she died 
at Cazenovia, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1862. He married, second, at Fenner, N. Y., 
April 22, 1868, Widow Polly Ann (Hyatt) Weed, of Phenix, N. Y., who 
was born at Ridgefield Conn., Aug. 3, 181 7. She died at Fenner March 
16, 1871, after which he moved to several places, and returned to Caze- 
novia, where he was living in April, 1876. (2451) 

1241 4. PERRY HAZARD SMITH, born North Salem July 28, 1816; a 
dealer in boots and shoes and operator in coal mines. Moved in 1834 
to New York City and formed a copartnership in the foreign fruit 
business under the style of Badeau & Smith, at the corner of Barclay 
and Washington streets. Married in New York City, May 19, 1839, 
MARY ANN FISH, born in England March i, 1818. They moved in 
1839 to Illinois, near Beloit, Wis., where as farmer and Justice of the 
Peace he lived until 1846, and then moved to Chicago, III., where she 
died Sept. 19, 1874, after which he continued to live there with his 
children. (2454) 

1242 5. MARY ANN SMITH, born North Salem Feb. 25, 1823 ; married 
Oct. 5, 1842, at Nelson, N. Y., CHESTER SMITH BATES, an operator 
in coal and gold mines in Missouri and California, born at Nelson, N. Y., 
March 13, 1820. They settled in Cazenovia, N. Y., and moved to Clark 
street, Saratoga Springs, in 1876, which was the last account of them 
obtainable. (2458) 

1243 6. HARRIET LOUISA SMITH, born North Salem Jan. 24, 1826; 
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surgeon, born at Franconia, N. H., Sept. 25, 1819, and graduated at 
Geneva Medical College in 1848. Resided at Cazenovia, N. Y. He died 
at Perryville, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1881. She died there July 27, 1886. (2462) 

Children of AARON SANFORD, son of Abijah Hyatt, and ELECTA 
KEELER HYATT, of Fenner, N. Y.: (520, 867c) 

1243a 1. *Francis Austin Hyatt, born Ridgefield, Conn., Aug. 5, 1828; mar- 

ried, Oct. 22, 1850, Elizabeth Martin Robinson, of Perryville, N. Y. ; she 
died there March 20, 1869. He married, second, June 26, 1878, Mary E. 
Benedict, a lineal descendant of Deacon James and Sarah Hyatt Benedict, 
the parents of Rebecca Benedict, wife of the second Samuel Keeler, of 
Norwalk. (See No. 34.) (22i9d) 

1243b 2. Aaron Sanford Hyatt, Jr.; married Sarah Knowles; resided at 

Nelson, N. Y., in 1894. 

Children by second wife, LYDI A S. HYATT, probably of Fenner, N. Y. : 
1243c 3. Electa Hyatt, born probably at Fenner ; married Marlin Lyon. 

1243d 4. Lydia Maria Hyatt, born probably Fenner, Feb. 17, 1836; died 

at Nelson March 24, 1849, aged 14 years. 
1243c 5. Charlotte E. Hyatt, born May 5, 1847; died April 20, 1848. 

Child of GEORGE W. and EMILY CUSHING HYATT, of Fenner, 
New York: (876d) 
I243f 1. Hon. J. Orlando Hyatt. 

Children of SAMUEL, son of Jeremiah and Sarah St. John Keeler, and 
AMANDA CANNON KEELER, of Cheraw, S. C. : (612a) 
I243g 1. Laura Amanda Keeler, born Cheraw, S. C, July 18, 1829; married 

Oct. 9, 1848, Rev. Neil McDowell; resided at Homer, Tex. in 1895. (2465J) 
1243I1 2. Sarah St. John Keeler, born Cheraw, S. C, Dec. 28. 1837 ; married 

Dec. 8, 1862, Ara Race; resided at Jacksonville, Fla., in 1895. (2466a) 

Children of BENJAMIN, son of Jeremiah and Sarah St. John Keeler, 
and SARAH SLESSOR KEELER, of Ridgefield: (612b) 
I243i 1. William E. Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn.; died young. 

1243J 2. Samuel Smith Keeler, born Norwalk Feb. 18, 1826; married in 

x853, Mary J. June; she was born April 12, 1832. (2465b) 
1243k 3. John S. Keeler, born Ridgefield ; resided at Ridgefield in 1895. 

Child of NATHAN and SARAH STONE WILDMAN, of Danbury, 
Conn. : (616) 
1244 1. Nathan Wildman, born Danbury Aug. 5, 1794; further unknown. 



♦Note. — Extract from Published Biographical Reviews of Men of 
Madison County, N. Y. : "Francis A. Hyatt was elected Town Clerk, 
Town of Fenner, in 1856, serving several terms, and Justice of the Peace 
in 1859, and held that office eight years. He was elected Road Com- 
missioner, which office he declined. Was Member of Assembly in 1861, 
and again represented his district in the State Legislature in 1872. Has 
been delegate to the Republican State Convention in 1861, 1872, 1881 and 
1882. For more than twenty years he has been Notary Public, and often 
employed in the settlement of estates. Resided at Perryville, N. Y., 
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THE LANESBOROUGH FAMILIES. 

Children of JOHN, son of John and Hannah Scott Rockwell, and 
REBECCA IVES ROCKWELL, of Lanesborough, Mass. : (617) 

1245 1. HANNAH ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough, Mass., Sept. 28, 
1778; married at Cornwall, Vt. f Elisha Hurlburt, a farmer, born Canaan, 
Conn., about 1760. They settled at Cornwall, Vt., where in Otter Creek 
he was drowned in his 64th year. He served in the Revolutionary Army 
for seven years. She died at Cornwall in June, 1867. Both were buried 
in Cornwall Cemetery. (2467) 

1246 2. ANNA ROCKWELL, born Bennington, Vt, Oct. 30, 1780; mar- 
ried at Cornwall Feb. 10, 1804, JARED WARNER, a farmer, son of 
Philip and Hannah Foote Warner, formerly from Ellington, Conn., where 
he was born Feb. 2, 1782. They settled at Cornwall, and moved to 
Shoreham, Vt., where she died Jan. 3, 1827. He married, second, May 
21, 1828, Mary Hamilton, and he died at Shoreham Aug. 17, 1829.(2473) 

1247 3. REBECCA ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough March 4, 1783; 
married at Cornwall, DAVID SPERRY. They settled at Malone, N. Y., 
where they died. (2478) 

1248 4. CHLOE ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Nov. 17, 1785; married 
June 24, 1807, IRA SPAULDING, a farmer, son of Sampson and 
Temperance Nott Spaulding, of Orwell, Vt., where he was born July 21, 
1788. They dwelt in Malone, N. Y., till 1812, when they moved to 
Shoreham, Vt., and afterward to Sylvan, Mich., and settled in October, 
1844. at Grass Lake, Mich., where he died Jan. 28, 1864. She died Dec 
30, 1872. They were both buried at Grass Lake. (2483) 

1249 5. JOHN ROCKWELL, born Cornwall April 2, 1788; a farmer; 
married there in 1812, Angelina Sperry, born at Litchfield, Conn., July 
I7» 1785; she died at Cornwall Jan. 19, 1843. He married, second, Feb. 
19, 1844, at Dresden, N. Y., Widow ADALINA WALLACE BARBER. 
He died Nov. 29, i852. He was a Christian philanthropist, with strong 
and active sympathy for the poor and oppressed of every class. (2489) 

1250 6. MOSES ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Oct. 27, 1790; a farmer; 
married Rhoda Spaulding, daughter Sampson and Temperance Spaulding, 
of Cornwall. They moved to Gainesville, N. Y. He married, second, 
Hannah Burroughs, who died at New Albion, N. Y., June 17, 1845. He 
died at Sparta, Wis., Jan. 12, 1865. (2493) 

1251 7. ELI ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Dec. 4, 1792; married Charlotte 
Ford, who died at Lyndon, Mich.. He married, second (name not given), 
and was living at Waterloo, Mich., in 1871, greatly respected for his 
Christian virtues. He died at Lyndon (date unknown). (2504) 

1252 SALLY ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Sept. 1, 1795 ; married Thomas 
McGuire (or Grier), and settled at Shoreham, where he died about 1840. 
She died at Granville, N. Y. (date not known). 

1253 9. ABI ROCKWELL, born Cornwall March 11, 1798; married there 
March 19, 1823, David Warren Spaulding, a farmer, son of Sampson and 
Temperance Nott Spaulding, of Orwell, Vt., where he was born Dec 25, 
1801. They lived at Orwell; moved to Shoreham, and thence to Dexter, 
Mich. He went West, and was never after heard from. She moved in 
1840 to Sylvan, Mich., and later to reside with her son Dennis at Chelsea, 
Mich., where she died Oct. 1, 1892, aged 94 years. (2509) 



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Children of JEREMIAH, son of John and Hannah Scott Rockwell, and 
ANNA STEARNS ROCKWELL, of Lanesborough, Mass. : (618) 

1254 *■ SILAS ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough (or, as the family 
record says, at Richmond, Vt) Sept. 2, 1779; a tanner and currier; 
married Sept. 20, 1800, BERTHENA ANDREWS, born Jan. 28, 1776, 
daughter of John Andrews. They lived at Cornwall, Rutland, and Orwell 
till about 1814, when they moved to Troy, Pa., where he died July 10, 18x8. 
She died at Charleston, Pa., Feb. 20, 1843. (2515) 

1255 JEREMIAH ROCKWELL, Jr., born Lanesborough Nov. 23, 1781 ; a 
farmer and tanner; married Jan. 18, 1803, at Jericho, Vt., by Rev. Mr. 
Kingsbury, to ANNA COBURN, whose parents were from New Haven, 
Conn.; she was born at Jericho, Vt., June 1, 1776 or 1777, and died 
March 11, 1835. He married, second, Feb. 16, 1837, at Mt. Eaton, O., 
Catharine McCoy, born Aug. 5, 1783, and died Jan. 14, 1874, in her 91st 
year. He united with the Congregational Church at Salisbury, Vt He 
was a soldier in the U. S. Army from 1814 to 1819, stationed at Fort 
Adams in Newport Harbor, R. I. Moved in 1819 to Kill Buck Valley, 
O., nine miles south of Wooster, O., ; moved to Berlin, O., in 1854, where 
he remained until his death, June 3, 1859, in hs 78th year. (2521) 

1256 3. ANNA ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough about 1783, and died at 
Cornwall, Vt, Aug. 12, 1801, and was buried there. 

1257 4- CHESTER ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough June 11, 1787; a 
minister of the Congregational Church ; married LAURA PARKHILL, 
and settled at Parishville, N. Y. (2528) 

1258 5. DANIEL ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough June 11, 1787; a 
minister of the Congregational Church ; married at Cornwall Dec. 8, 1808, 
CLARINDA WARD, daughter of William and Polly Tilden Ward, of 
Cornwall, where she was born July 12, 1788. They settled at Parishville, 
N. Y., where they remained until he decided to study for the ministry, 
when they returned to Cornwall, where he studied theology under Rev. 
Jeremiah Bushnell, and was ordained in 1824. He was pastor at Morris- 
town, Vt., till 1831; Salisbury till 1832; Pittsfield, Vt, till 1834; at Wil- 
liamstown till June 1, 1835, when they removed to Freedom, O., where 
they lived till the autumn of 1837. They were at Hartford, O., till Sep- 
tember, 1839, and then settled at Elk Grove (now Arlington Heights), 111., 
where they died — he Oct. 28, 1847; she Jan. 24, 1848 He preached one 
year at Sharon, 111., for the Home Missionary Society. Both he and his 
wife were earnest laborers in the Master's service. (2534) 

1259 6. NANCY ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Aug. 8, 1790; married at 
Parishville, N. Y., April 8, 1813, SETH PUTNAM, a farmer, born at 
Middlesex, Vt., May 25, 1788. They settled at Hopkinton, N. Y., where 
they died — he Sept 28, 1864; she June 6, 1872, aged 82 years. He served 
in the War of 1812. They joined the Baptist Church in 1818. His 
obituary speaks of him as a man of much mental and physical power, 
and at an early day was an ardent advocate for the emancipation of the 
slaves. He was hospitable, benevolent, and kind to the poor. (2542) 

1260 7. Harvey Rockwell, born Cornwall, where he lived and had a con- 
siderable family. Another account says that he moved "West" 

1261 8. CALVIN ROCKWELL, born Cornwall (date unknown to writer) 
and died unmarried at Parishville, N. Y., about 1862 or 1863. 

1262 9. CYNTHIA ROCKWELL, born Cornwall (date not found; 

married at Parishville, Haskell, and had children, Zoroster 

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122 ROCKWELL AND KEENER GENEALOGY. 

Children of JEREMIAH and LUCY EATON (Widow Day) ROCK- 
WELL, of Cornwall, Vt. : (618) 

1263 10. ELIPHAL ROCKWELL, born Cornwall about 1804. He died 
while a student at Middlebury College, Vt., and was buried at Cornwall. 

1264 11. LUCY ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Dec. 5, 1805; married at 
Morristown, Vt., about 1830, William Westgate, and in 1845 moved to 
Wisconsin, where he died about 1862. She was living at Delevan, Wis., 
in March, 1876. (2549) * 

1265 12. REUBEN ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Dec. 16, 1808; a farmer; 
married at Middlebury, Vt., Dec. 5, 1831, EMELINE SAWYER; mar- 
ried, second, Dec. 8, 1835, Mary Clarissa Baker, daughter of James and 
Betsey Price Baker, of Morristown, where she was born May 20, 
1815. He settled at Lyons, Wis., Sept. 4, 1842, and was living there till 
he died, March 1, 1879. His widow died at Chicago in 1888. (2554) 

1266 13. ORSON ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Nov. 22, 1810; a Baptist 
minister; married at New Haven, Conn., Sept. 3, 1837, by Rev. R. H. 
Neal, to LUCY BALCH FLETCHER, daughter of Nathaniel B. and 
Elizabeth Starkie Rowe Fletcher, of Newburyport, where she was born 
in 1814. He was living at 407 Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga., in August, 
1875, and died there. (2558) 

The following is condensed from an account of him published in the 
Rockwell Genealogy, pages 31-33' "Brought up on his father's farm at 
Cornwall, he studied and graduated at Middlebury College in 1834. From 
there he went to Norwalk, Conn., and took charge of an academy. In 
1836 he entered the theological department of Yale College in New 
Haven, where he married, in 1837, Lucy B. Fletcher, and went to 
Southington, Conn., and took charge of an academy, and while there 
was blessed with a revival in which nearly all of his pupils were con- 
verted. In 1838 he accepted the secretaryship of the New England 
Sabbath School Union, and being troubled with a bronchial affection he, 
at the suggestion of Dr. Jackson, of Boston, went South, and for two 
years (1839 and 1840) took charge of the female department of Barton 
Institute, Mobile, Ala. He then returned to Vermont, but in 1843 again 
went to Alabama, and taught for one year in Howard College, Marion. 
In 1844 he went to Cahaba, Ala., and was acting principal of the male 
and female academy there for four years. Having preached as opportunity 
afforded, by medicai advice he relinquished preaching, and in 1853 he 
assumed (as principal or president) the charge of the Masonic University 
at Selma, Ala. Said university failing in its monetary affairs, he went 
to Mobile, where for two years he had charge of the Latin High School. 
In 1857 he went to Livingston, Ala., where for six years he had charge 
of a female academy. Soon after the breaking out of the war he went 
again to Mobile, but being a non-combatant, he was forced to leave 
there and went to Selma, where he resided at the time of its destruction 
by the Federal forces under Gen. Wilson. Thus having been despoiled 
of all his property, he was compelled, with his wife and only child 
(Henrietta Elizabeth) to begin the world again de nova. In 1867 he 
went to Atlanta and spent four years teaching a private school for girls 
in a brick school room of his own construction, after which, on the 
inauguration of the public school system, he was called to take charge 
as principal of Walker Street school, having over four hundred pupils. 
His wife, Lucy B. F. Rockwell, died of paralysis at Atlanta, March 
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Children of JEREMIAH and ABILENE (his third wife) STEARNS 
ROCKWELL, of Stanbridge, C. E. : (618) 

1267 14. CYRUS SYLVESTER ROCKWELL, born Stanbridge, C. E., 
Nov. 14, 1819; a farmer; married at West Bangor, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1865, 
Mary Ann Elizabeth Baker, daughter of Jason and Roby Ross Baker, of 
West Bangor, formerly of Brandon, N. Y., where she was born April 
16, 1837. They settled at East Dickinson, N. Y. He enlisted Sept. 9, 
1861, in Co. B, Second Regiment, Vermont Volunteer Infantry, and was 
in the Army of the Potomac and participated in the second battle of 
Bull Run and in that of Antietam, and received his discharge at Brattle- 
boro, Vt., Sept. 29, 1864. (2559) 

1268 15. ABILENE ELIZABETH VICTORIA ROCKWELL, bom 
Stanbridge May 24, 1841 ; married at Barker, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1859, by Rev. 
J. A. Smith, a Baptist, to William Harrison Blanchard, a carpenter, sot* 
of Chester and Mary Ann Chase Blanchard, of Bangor, N. Y., where 
he was born Nov. 13, 1839. They dwelt in West Bangor till November,. 
1873, and then moved to Holyoke, Mass., where they lived in 1876. He 
served three years as a private in the I42d Regiment, N. Y. S. Vol. 
Infantry. (2561) 

Children of JAMES, son of John and Hannah Scott Rockwell, and* 
MERCY SMITH ROCKWELL, of Jericho, Vt. : (619) 

1269 1. PHEBE ROCKWELL, born Jericho Jan. 15, 1780; married there,. 
Sept 29, 1796, Samuel Brown, a farmer, born Goshen, Conn., March 3, 
1773, son of William and Hannah Maltby Brown. They settled at first 
in Jericho, then moved to Cornwall, and in 181 1 to Addison, Vt, where 
they died — she March 6, 1846; he Oct 4, 1858. He married, second,. 
Widow Phebe Goodyear Randall, who survived him and resided at 
Cornwall in 1876. (2564) 

1270 2. ABIGAIL ROCKWELL, born Cornwall (date not known) ; mar- 
ried JONATHAN WRIGHT, and settled at Cornwall, but subsequently 
moved to Burlington, O., some time before 1840. (2575) 

1270a 3. BOUTON ROCKWELL, date of birth not found; died in youth. 

Children of TIMOTHY, son of John and Hannah Scott Rockwell, and 
PHEBE CHASE ROCKWELL, of Stanbridge, C. E.: (620) 

1271 1. Timothy Rockwell, Jr., born Hancock (date not known) ; went to- 
California and became wealthy, but died unknown to his relatives. 

1272 2. James Rockwell, born Hancock Sept. 8, 1793; married at Corn- 
wall, Vt., in 1812, Abigail Whitehead, anad moved to Stanbridge, C. E* 
He died Sept. 18, 1842. She died in the Province of Quebec in August,. 
1858. (2859) 

1273 3. Niram W. Rockwell, born Hancock Aug. 12, 1799; married Betsey 
Chappel, born Roxbury, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1798. He died at Farnham, C. E. r 
March 5, 1855. She also died at Farnham. He enlisted and served tilt 
the end of the war, saved his wages, and bought his first farm before 
he married ; settled at Stanbridge, C. E., mhere he taught school and lived 
three or four years till he married. Some say he died at Cadillac,. 
Mich. (2868) 

1274 4. Diantha Rockwell, born Hancock; married William Pratt; further 
history unknown. (2878) 

Children of TIMOTHY ROCKWELL by his second wife, the Widow/ 
SKELLINGER ROCKWELL, of Cornwall, Vt. : (620) 



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1275 5. David Rockwell, born Cornwall, Vt., and went to Chelsea, Mich. 
Nothing further could be learned of him. 

1276 6. Dennis Rockwell, born Cornwall, Vt, and went to Chelsea, Mich. 
Letters were sent, but no reply obtained. 

1277 7. Fanny Rockwell is spoken of as a child of Timothy, but no 
authentic account could be found of her. 

Children of SAMUEL and HANNAH LASSELL ROCKWELL, of 
Lanesborough, Mass.: (622) 

1278 1. HANNAH ROCKWELL, born Lanesborough Jan. 3, 1787; mar- 
ried at Troy, Pa., Nov. 1, 1809, by Elisha Rich, a Baptist minister, Eli 
Parsons, Jr., a farmer, son of Eli and Rebecca Allen Parsons, of Enfield, 
Conn., where he was born July 1, 1781. They settled at Columbia Cross 
Roads, Pa., where they died — he Dec. 5, 1824; she May 3, 1839 — and were 
buried in the old cemetery at Troy, Pa. (2581) 

1279 2. ELIAS LASSELL ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Aug. 16, 1788; a 
farmer. He moved with his parents in 1804 to Canton, Pa., where he 
married,' June 3. 1811, Mary Grander, daughter of Jacob and Betsey 
Boys Grantier, of Canton. She was born Aug. 3, 1786, where Towanda, 

• Pa., now stands. They lived and died at Canton — she March 6, 1868, 
aged 81 years, 7 month and 13 days; he March 31, 1872, aged 83 years and 
8 months — and were buried in Canton Cemetery. (2589) 

1280 3. SAMUEL ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Jan. 13, 1792; a farmer 
and miller; married May 17, 1812, at Troy, Pa., Betsey Grantier, sister of 
his brother Elias's wife. She was born Nov. 4, 1791, in what is now 
Towanda, Pa. They settled at Alba, Pa., where he died Dec. 24, 1847. 
He had served in the War of 1812. She was living with her daughter, 
Mrs. Lewis, in Canton in 1876. (2593) 

1281 4- JOHN CALVIN ROCKWELL, twin brother of Martin L., born 
at Cornwall Aug. 14, 1793; a farmer; married Sept. 17, 1815, at Troy, Pa., 
Harriet Andrus, of Troy, daughter of Ephraim and Sylvia Tyler Andrus, 
of Cornwall, where she was born Feb. 3, 1797. They dwelt in Canton, 
Troy, Columbia, LeRoy, and finally at Granville, Pa., where they died — 
she March 9, 1865; he Feb. 19, 1870 — and were buried there. (2601) 

1282 5. MARTIN LUTHER ROCKWELL, twin with his brother John C, 
born Cornwall Aug. 14, 1793; a farmer; married at Troy, Pa., Sept 14, 
181 5, Joanna Marvin, descendant of Matthew Marvin, of Norwalk of 
1652, sixth generation. Marvin Genealogy (page 50) says she was born 
at Rensselaerville, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1706. They settled Dec. 28, 1815. at 
Troy, Pa., where she died Oct. 9, 1838. He married, second, Nov. 17, 
1839, at Columbia, Pa., Amy Horton Pierce, who was born Oct 10, 1798; 
daughter of Israel and Hannah Pierce, of Columbia. She died at Troy 
June 5, 1868, aged about 70. He died at Troy May 9, 1856. (2608) 

1283 6. JAMES ROCKWELL, born Shoreham, Vt, Aug. 9, 1795 J a 
farmer and clothier; married at Canton, Pa., in 1818, Diantha Blakeman, 
daughter Abel H. and Olive Rich Blakeman. She was born in 1798, and 
died at Canton in 1866. He was killed at Ulster, Pa.. July 7. 1853. by 
having a load of lumber fall upon him, and was buried in Canton. (2618)' 

1284 7. LABAN LASSELL ROCKWELL, born Shoreham, Vt, in 1707; 
married in 1820, MARY ANN ELLIOTT, daughter of Nathaniel Elliott, 
of Charleston, Pa. She was born Aug. 10, 1802, and died at Canton, Pa., 
Jan. 15, 1 841, and was buried in Alba Cemetery, where her gravestone 
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Newell. She was born Feb. 10, 1812, and died at Canton Oct 4, 1846- 
He married, third, NANCY WILSON. He died at Rutland, Pa., Dec 
24, 1854- (2621) 

128s 8. RUFUS MEAD ROCKWELL, born Crown Point, N. Y., June 2, 

1801 ; a farrner ; married at Troy, Pa., Sept. 26\ 1822, by Benjamin Oviatt, 
a Baptist minister, to Mary Alvord, daughter of Nathan and Rebecca 
Deming Alvord, formerly of Rutland, where she was born Sept. 10, 1802; 
She died Aug. 2, i860, at Troy, and he married, second, at Elmira, N. Y., 
in January, 1862, Lydia Fassett, and settled at Troy, where he died Dec 
21, 1873. He had been a deacon in the Baptist Church at Troy. She 
was living at Canton in 1876. (2631) 

1285 9. MYRON ROCKWELL, born Canton Sept. 20, 1804; Baptist minis- 

ter; married at Troy, April 13, 1826, Mary Ann Lillibridge, daughter of 
Warren and Nancy West Lillibridge, of Columbia, Pa. She was born 
at Warren, R. I., April 2, 1809. They lived at Columbia, Troy, Charles- 
ton, Sullivan and Jackson, Pa. She died at Jackson April 14, 1876. He 
has been a Commissioner of Tioga County, Pa. (2644) 

1287 10. HIRAM ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., in 1806 or 1807; a farmer; 
married in 1832, Isabel Miller. They settled in Ohio till 1838, and then 
moved to Bedford, la. He died in Wilson County, la., in 1862. Some 
of his descendants lived in Ohio in 1871, others in Taylor County, la., in , 
March, 1876, but have not been found. 

Children of DAVID and HANNAH ROCKWELL PRATT, of Lanes- 
borough, Mass. : (623) 

1288 1. BETSEY PRATT, born Lanesborough about 1784, and died at 
Cornwall, Vt., aged 5 years. 

1289 2. EBENEZER PRATT, born Lanesborough Jan. 21, 1787; a physi- 
cian; married at Canton, Pa., Feb. 24, 181 1, Fanny Powers, daughter of 
Rev. Simeon and Polly Goodyear Powers, who was born at Litchfield, 
Conn., July 4, 1793. They settled at Canton, Pa., where he died March 
27, 1872, aged 86 years. He was a distinguished scholar, and for many 
years a physician, and subsequently a very successful teacher and pro- 
moter of education and literature. He graduated at Middlebury College 
in 1807. They were members of the Disciples Church. She was living 
at Canton, Pa., in 1876. (2653) 

1290 3. DAVID PRATT, Jr., born Cornwall about 1789; a farmer; married 
at Columbia, Pa., Melicent Osborn. They dwelt in Canton, Pa., till 1815, 
then moved to Harmony, N. Y., where they died. (2665) 

1291 4. ASA PRATT, born Cornwall July 3, 1792; a farmer and clothier; 
married at Burlington, Pa., March 16, 1815, CELIA LEONARD, daughter 

of Tilley and Mclntyre Leonard, formerly of Massachusetts, where 

she was born March 11, 1794- They settled in Canton, Pa., and died there 
— he April 5, i860; she Dec. 25, 1862, in her 69th year. (2669) 

1292 5. JONATHAN PRATT, born Cornwall; a lawyer, clothier and 
miller; married Lovisa, daughter of Jeremiah and Clara Smith, of Alba, 
Pa- She died in Canton, Pa., and he married, second, Sally Wilcox. 
They dwelt in Canton till 1846, when they moved to Waterloo, la., where 

he was a County Judge. He married, third, at Marion, la., Widow 

Wilson Gray, mother of Orlando Gray. He died there. (2678) 

1293 & HANNAH PRATT, born Cornwall April 6, 1797, and died at 
Canton Feb. 23, 1820; buried in the Pratt family burying ground. 

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Canton June i, 1815, William Roberts, a farmer, formerly from Con- 
necticut, where he was born Jan. 29, 1796. They lived and died in Canton 
— he March 13, 1865, and she March 15, 1865, and were buried in the 
old cemetery. (2685) 

1295 8. RACHEL PRATT, born Cornwall about 1801 ; married Jesse 
Gnmn, a blacksmith of Canton, Pa.; further account was not obtained. 

1296 9. JULIUS PRATT, born Cornwall Dec. 29, 1803; a farmer; married 
at Canton May 25, 1834, Rebecca Roberts, daughter of Jesse and Mary 
Knapp Roberts, of Franklin, Pa., formerly of LeRoy, Pa., where she was 
born April 21, 1816. They dwelt at Canton twenty years, and at Union, 
Pa., fourteen years, then moved to Grover, Pa., where he died Dec. 17, 
1868, and where she was living in June, 1876. (2699) 

1297 10. CHESTER PRATT, born at Canton about 1807; a physician; 
married NANCY ROBERTS, daughter of Jesse and Mary Knapp Rob- 
erts, of LeRoy. They dwelt in Canton until 1846, then moved to Iowa, 
where he died. 

1298 11. CYRUS PRATT, born Canton about 1809; died in infancy. 

Children of RUFUS and BETTY ROCKWELL MEAD, of Cornwall, 
Vt. : (624) 

1299 1. RUFUS MEAD, Jr., born Cornwall April 4, 1793; a- farmer; 
married at Cornwall Nov. 7, 1816, ANNA JANES, daughter of Israel C 
and Mary Ann Marsh Janes, of Cornwall, where she was born Dec 24, 
1793. They settled in Cornwall. He served in the War of 1812, and they 
died at Cornwall— he June 18, 1857 ; she Aug. 26, 1868. (2707) 

1300 2. HANNAH MEAD, born Cornwall June 30, 1795; married there 
March 4, 1813, CALEB MARTIN. They dwelt in Cornwall till about 
1832, then moved to Somerset, N. Y., where he died about 1842. She 
moved in 1850 to Cascade, Mich., where she died Dec. 10, 1855. (*717) 

1301 3. AMY MEAD, born Cornwall April 19, 1797; married there Feb. 
5, 1824, Erastus Mazuzan, a teacher, shoemaker and farmer ; he was bora 
at Cornwall April 24, 1795. They lived at Cornwall and East Middle- 
bury, Vt., and returned about 183 1 to Cornwall, where she died Nov. 27, 
1836. He married, second, Betsey Ann Bailey, and settled at Crown 
Point, N. Y., where he was living in March, 1876. (2729) 

Children of REUBEN and SALLY SAMPSON ROCKWELL, of 
Jericho, Vt. : (626) 

1302 1. TRUMAN ROCKWELL, born Jericho, Vt, Sept. 5, 1796; died 
there Oct. 17, 1797. 

1303 2. NIRAM ROCKWELL, born Jericho Sept. 2, 1798; married 
Almira Douglass, daughter of Elias and Rebecca Gibbs Douglass, and he 
died in Cornwall April 24, 1834. She was still living there in April, 
1876. (2734) 

1304 3. LUCINDA ROCKWELL, born Jericho Aug. 3, 1800; married 
Feb. 2, 1818, David Parkill, a farmer of Cornwall, where he was born 
Aug. 22, 1793. They settled at Cornwall, and died there — she Nov. 4, 
1834, and he Sept. 9, 1875. (2739) 

1305 4. SAMANTHA ROCKWELL, born Jericho Nov. 26, 1802; died at 
Crown Point, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1830. 

Children of REUBEN and his second wife, HULDAH HOWE ROCK- 
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1306 5. SALLY ROCKWELL, born Jericho July 30, 1806, and died Sept 
i8> 1807. 

1307 6. REUBEN ROCKWELL, Jr., born Jericho Nov. 12, 1807; a mer- 
chant; married there July 1, 1828, Eliza E. Simpson, formerly of Canada, 
where she was born Oct. 12, 1805. In 1841 they moved to Toms River, 
N. J., where he died Dec. 13, 1874. She still lived there in 1876. (2743) 

Children of CALEB and MEHITABEL ROCKWELL COREY, of 
Hancock, Mass.: (627) 

1308 1. SARAH COREY, born Hancock, Mass., Oct. 30, 1796; married at 
Stanbridge, L. C, Aug. i, 1822, PETER RICHARD MARTIN, a farmer, 
son of Richard and Elizabeth Smith Martin, of Stanbridge, where he was 
born July 15, 1795. They settled at Stanbridge. He served as a lieuten- 
ant during the Papineau Rebellion of 1837, and as surgeon in the British 
Army during the War of 1812, and was a captain of militia at his death, 
which took place at Stanbridge Sept. 30, 1868. She died May 23, 
1873. (2747) 

1309 2. CATHARINE COREY, born Hancock in 1797; married at Stan- 
bridge, by Rev. Mr. Reed, to Ora Blakley, a farmer, son of Zaccheus and 
Roxana Rowley Blakley, of Stanbridge, where he was born Jan. 1, 1800, 
They settled at Stanbridge, where they died— she March 9, 1862; he ill 
1869. (2756) 

1310 3. HANNAH COREY, born Hancock, where she died and was 
buried. 

1311 4- REUBEN COREY, born Hancock March 13, 1801; a farmer; 
married at St. Armand March 5, 1823, by Rev. James Reed, an Episcopal 
clergyman, to MELINDA REYNOLDS, daughter of Clark and Ann 
(Reynolds) Reynolds, of St. Armand, where she was born July 17, 1803. 
They settled in Stanbridge till 1857, then moved to Bloomfield, Col., where 
they were living in June, 1876. They were members of the M. E. Church. 
He was a captain in the Canada militia during the rebellion of 1837. (2765) 

1312 5. PERMELIA COREY, born Hancock about 1803; married at 
Stanbridge, TRUMAN BLAKLEY, a farmer, son of Tilley and Rhoda 
Rowley Blakley, of Stanbridge, where he was born. They settled at 
Stanbridge. He died at Pike River, L. C, Sept. 16, 1847; she died at 
Brandon, Vt, March 8, 1859, and both were buried at Stanbridge. (2775) 

1313 6. CALEB COREY, Jr., born Stanbridge June 12, 1805; a farmer; 
married in 1824, at St Armand, Susan Williams, daughter John and 
Jemima Hauver Williams. They settled at Stanbridge, where she died 
Jan. 9, 1866. He married, second, at Stanbridge, July 13, 1867, Mariette 
Hoget, daughter of Thomas C. and Sarah R. (Fuller) Hoget, of St 
Armand, where she was born June 25, 1837. 

1314 7. MEHETABEL COREY, born Stanbridge June 27, 1807; married 
there, April 5, 1829, Carlton McCarthy, a farmer, son of John and Eliza- 
beth Hiliker McCarthy ; he was born Dec. 20, 1803, and died of consump- 
tion at Matanzas, Cuba, about 1838, and was buried there. She married, 
second, at Stanbridge, March 16, 1848, Henry Moulton Ayer, an innkeeper 
of St Armand East, where he was born. They settled at Belleville, U. C. 
She died at Stanbridge Aug. 4, 1858. He died about i860, in Clinton 
County, la. (2782) 

1315 8. ESTHER COREY, born Stanbridge May 16, 1810; married at 
High-gate, Vt., LUKE HITCHCOCK, a minister of the Wesleyan 
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of Stanbridge, where he was born. They settled at Sheldon, Vt, where 
she died July 27, 1844, and was buried at Stanbridge. (2787) 

1316 9. ALZINA COREY, born at Stanbridge Oct 23, 1812; married 
there at her father's house, Jan. 24, 1833, by Rev. Mr. Sutliff, Methodist, 
to Elijah Spear, a farmer, son of Moses and Hannah Schoolcraft Spear, 
of Pike River, L. C, where he was born Feb. 12, 1812. They settled 
there till 1873, then moved to Ferndale, CaL, where they were living in 
July, 1876. She died in July, 1883; he resided at Crab Orchard, Ky., in 
1893. (2791) 

1317 10. MARTIN COREY, born Stanbridge Feb. 28, 1815; a farmer; 
married there July 28, 1835, Sophia Kelley, daughter of Joseph and Sophia 
Decker Kelley, of Phillipsburgh, L. C, where she was born March 8, 1816. 
They settled at Stanbridge, where she died, Dec. 1, 1843. He married, 
second, Jan. 25, 1844, at Whiting, Vt., by Elder B. Allen, Baptist, to Laura 
Maria Casey, daughter of Joshua and Avis Stearns Casey, of Whiting, 
where she was born March 23, 1822. They were living in Stanbridge, 
where she died Dec. 4, 1887, aged 65 years. (2796) 

Children of ICHABOD and ELLING (Eleanor) ROCKWELL (daughter 
of John and Hannah Scott Rockwell) DELANO, of Cornwall, Vt. 1(628) 

1318 1. George Delano, born Cornwall, Vt, Oct. 12, 1806; died there, aged 
3 years. 

1319 2. Earl Rockwell Delano, born Cornwall Oct. 12, 1809; a farmer; 
married at Bennington, Vt., March 11, 1833, Sophia Oviatt, daughter of 
Alfred and Betsey Richmond Oviatt, of Pownal, Vt, where she was born 
Dec. 21, 1815. They settled at Shoreham, and were living there in May, 
1876. 

Child of JOSIAH and LUCINDA ROCKWELL THOMPSON, of 
Cornwall, Vt: (629) 

1320 1. Strong Benton Thompson, born Cornwall, Vt, probably about 
1810. He was formerly a lieutenant in the U. S. Navy, and was reported 
in 1876 as living in Boston, Mass. His first wife was a Loring, of 
Boston. They had six children, none of whose names were obtained, five 
of whom died previous to 1876. 

Children of CLAPP, son of Joseph and Waite Raymond Rockwell, and 
ABIGAIL GREGORY ROCKWELL, of Wilton, Conn. : (632) 

1321 1. Eliud Rockwell, born Wilton, Conn., Jan. 18, 1785; married 
Hannah Marvin, and settled in Wilton, where he died Nov. 28, 1826.(2812) 

1322 2. Billy Rockwell, born Wilton Nov. 28, 1786 ; married Esther Marvin, 
born April 13, 1790. They settled in Wilton, and died there — he in 1874; 
she in 1884. (2822) 

1323 * 3- Polly Rockwell, born Wilton Nov. 22, 1788; married Josiah 

Gilbert. They settled at South Salem and moved to Michigan, where they 
died— he in 1844, and she in 1852. (2828) 

1324 4. Abi Rockwell, born Wilton June 3, 1791; married Clark Holmes. 
He died at Wilton in 1847. (2831) 

1325 5. Lydia Rockwell, born Wilton Aug. 28, 1793 ; died unmarried (date 
not known). 

1326 6. Philander Rockwell, born Wilton Jan. 7, 1796; married Eliza Fitch. 
Both died at Wilton the same day, Jan. 21, 1842. (2837) 

1327 7. Laura Rockwell, born Wilton Feb. 23, 1798; history not known; 
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1328 8. Clapp R. Rockwell, born Wilton April 18, 1802; married, first, 
Ellen Hubbell; she died in 1827. He married, second, Elizabeth Cross. 
He died in 1867. His widow died at Danbury in 1888. (2846) 

1329 9. Eliza Rockwell, born Wilton Jan. 9, 1806, and died unmarried, 
Dec. 31, 1845. 

Children of SILAS, son of Daniel and Abigail Smith Rockwell, and 
HANNAH OLMSTEAD ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield, Conn. : (633) 

1330 1. Lewis Rockwell, born Ridgefield June 17, 1782. 

133 1 2. Chloe Rockwell, born Ridgefield April 2, 1784. 
13$* 3- Eunice Rockwell, born Ridgefield April 7, 1786. 

Children of CALEB, son of Daniel and Abigail Smith Rockwell, and 
Widow OLIVE STARR PORTER ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield, 
Conn. : (636) 

1333 1. Harriet Rockwell, born probably at Ridgefield; married James 
Seal and moved West. 

1334 2. Rockwell, died Nov. 8, 179ft aged 4 days. (Sec church 

record at Ridgefield.) 

1335 3. Daniel Starr Rockwell; married (name not obtained). They 
moved West with his father; history not further known. (2850a) 

Children of JOSEPH, son of Joseph and Waite Raymond Rockwell, and 
MERCY KEELER ROCKWELL, of Wilton, Conn.: (631) 

1336 1. Frederick Rockwell, born Wilton, Conn.; married Betsey Maria 
Marvin and resided at Wilton. They died at Wilton about 1816. (2845a) 

1 337 2 - James Rockwell, born Wilton; married Bashu . 

l 337*> 3- J an e Rockwell, born Wilton; married Giles Swan, a graduate of 

Yale College, and settled in Richland County, O. 
l 337b 4- J° nn Rockwell, born Wilton; further unknown. 
1337c 5- DeLazaun Rockwell, born Wilton in 1802; married Hannah Smith, 

and resided in Michigan. 
'337d 6. Henry Rockwell, born Wilton; died in Connecticut. 
1337& 7- Justus Rockwell, born Wilton in 1792; married Mariam Wood, born 

at Lenox, Mass. 

Child of GEORGE and ROCKWELL, of the West: (632a) 

*337f l - Mary Frances Rockwell; married Harris Morgan; residence not 

known. (2883a) 



Children of JOSEPH, son of Jonah Rockwell, of Wilton, and 

ELWELL ROCKWELL, of Wilton: (632c) 
1337** I- Samuel Rockwell, born Wilton March 18, 1764. 
*337g 2 - Jeremy Rockwell, born Wilton Feb. 16, 1766. 

i337h 3- Ruth Rockwell, born Wilton July 31, 1774- 

I337i 4- Esther Rockwell, born Wilton Jan. 3, 1784. 

Children of ELI and RUTH ROCKWELL ANDREWS, of Winchester, 
Conn. : (637) 

1338 1. JOEL ANDREWS, born Winchester, Conn., Dec. 29, 1787. 

1339 2. CLARA ANDREWS, born Winchester, Conn., June 4, 1789. . 

1340 3. ABIGAIL ANDREWS, born Winchester, Conn., March 27, 1792. 

1341 4. POLLY ANDREWS, born Winchester, Conn., Aug. 15, 1793- 



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Children of REUBEN, son of Daniel and Mary Atherton Rockwell, of 

Ridgebury, and his three wives, COMFREY , ESTHER , 

and ANNIS GRAY ROCKWELL, of New York City, N. Y.: (641) 

1342 1. David R. Rockwell, born New York City (date not found) ; mar- 
ried, first, Mary Ann Harwood; second, Sarah Harwood. He was a 
partner of Wilson G. Hunt, the great commission and cloth house of 
New York City. He became wealthy, and lived with his family in Plain- 
field, where he died (date unknown). (2851) 

1343 2. Clarissa Rockwell, born Dec. 8, 1795; never married; said to have 
died in Wilton, Conn., and was buried at Milltown Cemetery. 

1344 3. Ruf us Rockwell, born New York City July 29, 1812 ; never married. 
Was with Wilson G. Hunt & Co. He died Nov. 19, 1838, and was buried 
in Milltown Cemetery. 

J345 4. Amos Rockwell, born probably in New York City; not married; 

said to have lived and died at Philadelphia, Pa. 

1346 5. Smith Rockwell, born probably in New York City; said to have 
married, lived and died in Philadelphia, Pa. 

Children of ENOS, son of David Rockwell, Jr., of Ridgebury, and (first 
wife) ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury, Conn. : (642) 

1347 1. David Rockwell, born Ridgebury, Conn.; married Abigail Works, 
and settled in Huntsburgh, O. (2884) 

1348 2. Lucretia Rockwell, born Ridgebury; further history not found. 

1349 3. Richard W. Rockwell, born Ridgebury June 9, 1810; married 
Elizabeth Pierce. After living several years in Danbury, he settled in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., where he was an eminent physician and surgeon. He 
died there. (2893) 

Children of ZADOC and HANNAH ROCKWELL (daughter of David, 
Jr., and Mary Atherton Rockwell) SMITH, of Charlton, N. Y. : (643) 

1350 1. Roxanna Smith; married Crane; resided at Charlton, 

N. Y. (2899) 

1351 2. Almira Smith ; not married ; lived at Charlton. 

1352 v 3- Atherton Smith; married (name not obtained), and resided at 

Charlton. 

Children of THOMAS, son of David Rockwell, Jr., of Ridgebury, Conn., 
and DEBORAH A. CRANE ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury, Conn.: (644) 

1353 1. BETSEY ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury, Conn., in 1796; married 
Ezra Abbott, and lived in Ridgebury. She died June 25, 1863. No 
children. 

1354 2. COLEMAN ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury Aug. 8, 1800; never 
married; died, wealthy, at Mill Plain, Nov. 19, 1870, and was buried in 
Wooster Cemetery, Danbury. 

1355 3- CHLOE ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury Aug. 8, 1800; never mar- 
ried. She died May 14, 1884, and was buried beside her brother Coleman. 

1356 4. REBECCA ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury March 29, 1894; mar- 
ried Oct. 1, 1828, Cortes Merchant, born June 8, 1797. They settled in 
Redding, Conn., where he died Nov. 24, 1874. She died at Danbury, 
March 5, 1894. (2901) 

1357 5. RUFUS TOWNSEND ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury Dec. 5, 
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Sept. 10, 1861. He married, second, May 2, 1877, Mary E. Howe, born 
April 7, 1847. They were living in Mill Plain in 1894, and he died there 
March 22, 1896. (2903) 

Children of DANIEL and SUSAN ROCKWELL (daughter of David 
Rockwell, Jr., and Susanna Wooden Rockwell) HORTON, of Mill 
Town, N. Y. : (646) 

1358 1. AMBROSE HORTON, born Brush Hollow, Town of South East, 
N. Y., May 4, 1807; not married; died at the College at Easton, Pa. 

1359 2. HORACE HORTON, born Mill Town, N. Y., July 17, 1809, and 
died unmarried, Nov. 3, 1832. 

1360 3. JESSE BRUSH HORTON, born Mill Town, N. Y., Sept. 12, 
181 1 ; married Mary Dean at Fishkill, where they settled, and afterward 
moved to Simsbury, where he died in August, 1891. (2912) 

1361 4. MARY HORTON, born Mill Town July 27, 1814; married Jan. 9, 
1839, ABRAHAM H. TODD. They settled at Katonah, N. Y. She died 
Nov. 1, 1887. He resided at Katonah in 1893, and died there March 14, 
1894. (2916) 

1362 5. LORETTA HORTON, born Mill Town Jan. 18, 1817; married 
Oct. 19, 1842, LEONARD B. TODD. They settled in Lewisboro, N. Y. 
He died about 1880. She resided at Lewisboro in 1893. (2921) 

1363 6. MORGAN HORTON (2925) born in the town of South East, 
N. Y., April 24, 1819. He attended the district school for several seasons, 
and finished his education at the select school of Russell J. Minor, near 
Doansburg. At the age of 18 he began teaching school in the adjoining 
town of Patterson. N. Y.. where he remained one season. He also taught 
three successive winters in Lewisboro (formerly South Salem), N. Y., and 
one winter at Southeast Center. In the winter of 1842-3 he taught the 
district school of Doansburg. He was appointed to take charge of the 
schools of Putnam County, which position he held for four years, at the 
end of which time he declined a reappointment. In the winter of 1847 
he again taught the Doansburg school. In 1841 he was elected one of 
the inspectors of common schools of the town of South East. In 1845 
he was elected a Justice of the Peace to fill a vacancy, and served a year 
and a half. He also served three or four terms of three years each as 
assessor. In 1853 he was elected as commissioner of highways to fill 
the unexpired term of Orrin B. Crane. In 1854, 1855, 1859 and i860 he 
was elected supervisor, and during the last year he was chairman of the 
Board. In 1859 he was nominated for Assembly as a Democrat, but was 
defeated by about 50 majority; again in 1868 he was nominated for 
Assembly and was elected by about 150 majority, and again in 1869 he 
was elected by about 500 majority. He was appointed on the Committee 
on Engrossed Bills and Expenditures of the House the first term he 
served in the Assembly, and also on the joint committee of the House 
and the Senate on the State Library During his second term he was 
chairman of the Committee on Agriculture, and served on the Committee 
on Banks. In 1870 he was chosen a charter member of the Pawling 
Savings Bank, where he served as trustee one year. In 1871 he was 
instrumental in the organization of the Putnam County Savings Bank, 
and at the first meeting of its trustees was elected its president, which 
office he held for a number of years. During the last forty years of his 
life he was almost continuously overseer of highways, and trustee of his 
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with the settlement of estates. He was repeatedly appointed as delegate 
to the conventions for nominating the Presidents of the United States, 
and on account of ill health he declined a nomination to the Legislature 
which he was urged to accept On Dec 19, 1848,1 he married, at Sherman, 
Conn., JANE A. NORTHROP, who was born Sept. 24, 1825. They 
settled at Mill Town on the old homestead, of which it is said it consists 
of 300 acres which was originally owned by Isaac Crosby, who sold it to 
one Godfrey, who sold it to Reuben Rockwell, who sold it to Joseph 
Banks, from whom it was purchased by his father, Daniel Horton, and at 
present writing is occupied by George William, second son of the subject 
of this biography. Hon. Morgan Horton died at the home of his son-in- 
law, John Hull, on Hull's Hill, near Danbury, March 3, 1893, where his 
widow still resided in 1894. 

1364 7. GEORGE W. HORTON, born Mill Town Feb. 22, 1822; married 
Nov. 25, 1848, DEBORAH TODD, who died about 1878. He married, 
second, Widow Sarah Maria Rockwell Knapp, daughter of Charles Rock- 
well, and they were living in Lincolnia, Va., in 1893. 

1365 8 MARIA HORTON, born Mill Town Nov. 10, 1825 ; married Sept. 
17, 1850, Henry Titus Wilson, shoemaker, of New York City. They 
resided at Brewster, N. Y., in 1804. (2929) 

1366 9. FRANCIS A. HORTON, born Mill Town July 16, 1830; married 
Nov. 27, 1861, Emily M. Northrop, and settled in New York City, where 
he died Sept. 16, 1866. No children. 

Children of WILLIAM (he died Dec. 31, 1848) and MARY ROCKWELL 
(daughter of David and Susanna Wooden Rockwell, of Ridgebury, 
Conn.) FERGUSON, of Ridgebury, Conn. : (648) 

1367 1. Eliza Ferguson, born Ridgebury March 4, 1805; married Harvey 
Gates. He died, and she married, second, Aaron Banks. He also died. 
She died Feb. 14, 1891. 

1368 2. Susan Ferguson, born Ridgebury March 9, 1807; married Garry 
Barnum. She died Sept. 2, 1848. (2932) 

1369 3- Abraham Ferguson, born June 30, 1808; married Eliza M. King. 
He died July 26, 1855. (2935) 

1370 4. Emily D. Ferguson, born Feb. 21, 1810; married Bradley Mer- 
chant and moved to Illinois. (2938) 

1371 5. David Ferguson, born Ridgebury Oct. 11, 181 1; married Jan. 3, 
1837, Mariette Gregory, born Jan. 4, 1816. He died Jan. 10, 1875. She 
died Dec. 14, 1886. (2941) 

Children of STEPHEN and TRYPHENA BALLARD ROCKWELL, 
of Ridgebury, Conn.: (650) 

1372 1. Charles Rockwell, born Ridgebury Feb. 16, 1813; married, first," 
Sally Fanton, who died at Ridgebury Nov. io, i84o;second, Mary Ann 
Jones, born in 1817, died at Ridgebury June 20, 1856; third, Sally Brown, 
Feb. 21, 1872. He died at Bethel Sept. 19, 1877. (2959) 

1373 2. Eliza Rockwell, born in New York City May 25, 1815; married in 
Danbury, June 10, 1838, Benedict Crofut He was born in Danbury June 
1, 1817, and lived several years in Ridgebury, and then moved to Ohio, 
where they died. She died Nov. 14, 1869, at Claridon, O.; He died at 
Huntsburg May 10, 1890. (2947) 

1374 3. Harriet Rockwell, born Ridgebury June 27, 1817; married May 
1, 1836, Frederick Keyser, born in Switzerland in 1813. He died Oct 6, 
1886. She resided at West Norwalk in 1893* (*944) 



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Children of OBIL, son of Abijah and Lydia Burchard Rockwell, and 
BETTY (ROCKWELL) ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury: (652) 
1374a 1. BELINDA ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury May 3, 1801, and died 

June 6, 180 1. 

1375 2. GEORGE ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury, Conn., Oct. 17, 1802; a 
fanner. He lived with his parents at Ridgebury until married, which 
occurred at the same place Nov. 16th, 1826, Rev. Nathan Burton officiat- 
ing. He married Sarah Maria Lynes, daughter of Benjamin Lynes, of 
Ridgebury, where she was born Nov. 11, 1803. About 1831 they removed 
to the western part of New York State, traveling on the first railroad 
built in this country to Troy, and thence by the most rapid mode of 
travel, other than the railroad, known at that time, the Erie Canal. In 
the year 1867 they removed to Dover, Del., where they remained until 
they died — he April n, 1887, and she May 5, 1889. A clipping from a 
newspaper published at Dover at the time gives an account of a celebra- 
tion of the sixtieth anniversary of their wedding, on the 16th day of 
November, 1886, at which time there were gathered of their children, 
grandchildren and great-grandchildren four generations. (2950) 

1376 3. ELI ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury April 20, 1805 ; married there 
Dec. 28, 1828 by Rev. N. Burton, to ADELIA ANN SMITH, daughter 
of Elias Smith, of the same place. She died there Nov. 10, 1839, aged 
32 years. He married, second, Sept. 13, 1840, Widow SARAH ANN 
HANFORD McNEIL. He died at Ridgebury Aug. 25, 1857, and was 
buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. He is called on the church records Eli 
S. Rockwell. Sarah Ann, widow of Eli Rockwell, died at Wilton Aug. 
22, 1868, aged 67 years and 2 months. (2951) 

Children of JEHIEL and SALLY ROCKWELL (daughter of Abijah 
and Lydia Burchard Rockwell) SEYMOUR, of Miry Brook, Conn.: 

(653) 
^377 !• Ermina Seymour, born Miry Brook in 1806; married Lyman 

Richards, and settled in Danbury, where they reared their children. In 
latter life she was afflicted with a cancer, and went to New York City 
on the 1st of June, 1882, to have it removed. Returning, she stopped at a 
friend's in South Norwalk, where she died from the effects of the 
operation June 12, 1882 and was taken to Ridgebury and buried there. 
He died in Danbury, and was buried in Norwalk. 

1378 2. Mary B. Seymour, born Miry Brook in 1810; never married; 
died there Sept. 21, 1826. 

1379 3- Lucretia Seymour, born Miry Brook in May, 1816; never married, 
and died there Jan. 7, 1846. 

1380 4. Daniel F. Seymour, born Miry Brook March 21, 1817; married 
Mary Pairchild, and settled at Mill Plain, where he was a partner in the 
mercantile business with Elias Burchard. He died in Miry Brook Nov. 
21, 1846, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

1381 5. Catharine Seymour, born Miry Brook; married Byington, 

and settled in the West, it has been said. 

Children of ZERI, son of Abijah and Lydia Burchard Rockwell, and 
LYDIA WEED ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury, Conn. : (654) 

1382 1. Edwin Rockwell, born Ridgebury June 1, 1806; married, first, 
Rachel Boughton; second, Loraine Peck. Rachel Boughton was the 
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married Sept. 14, 1829; she died at Albion, N. Y., in August, 1837. He 
married Loraine Peck at Sandy Hill May 7, 1839. He died at Albion,. 
Mich., June 11, 1875, aged 69 years. She died there Aug. 10, 1892, aged 
72 years. (2953) 

1383 2. Sarah Matilda Rockwell, born Ridgebury June 8, 1809, and died 
Aug. 10, 1825, aged 16 years. 

1384 3. Marinda Rockwell, born Ridgebury in 1812; married Sept 15, 1829, 
George Beldin Sears. She died July 25, 1831. 

1385 4. Eliza Belinda Rockwell, born Nov. 1, 1818; married in 1837, by 
Rev. Mr. Burton, at Ridgebury, John Drew, and died Feb. 22, 1839. 
They resided at Danbury. 

1386 5. Watson Brewster Rockwell, (2958a) born Ridgebury Conn., April 
27, 1828; married at Griggsville, Ariz., Kate J. Whiting, born at St. Louis 
May 10, 1838. He kept a country store at Ridgebury, but removed to 
Yates, N. Y., in 1848. In 1852 he removed to Providence, R. I. He 
then graduated at a mercantile institute in Boston, Mass. He then went 
West, and when the War of the Rebellion broke out he was instrumental 
in forming a military company of 800 men, and was appointed colonel. 
At the end of three months he returned to Pittsfield, 111., where he had 
married, and entered the quartermaster's department and was stationed 
at Columbus, Ky. After the war he, with his wife and child, settled at 
Cairo, 111. In May, 1866, he started with a train of five freight wagons, 
ambulance and light carriage, overland to California, evidently to estab- 
lish branch stationery stores. On June 15, 1866, he reached Denver, 
Col. He there found that the Indians were very troublesome and a 
military escort would be required to proceed with safety. The company 
must be under military rule, with a captain. To this office he was 
elected, and reaching Central City, settled there. On Nov 5, 1867, he, 
with his family, started for the East, visiting the town of his birth, but 
returned in 1868 to Cairo, 111. In August, 1872, he sailed for Liverpool, 
England, returning the next year. In March, 1873, he was appointed 
Commissioner from Colorado to the Vienna Exposition. In February, 
1875, he sailed to London, England, but returned to Cairo, and thence to 
Central City. He then purchased a ranch at Boulder, Col., but eventually 
returned to Denver. In 1881 he spent considerable time with his daughter 
Helen in Nantucket. In 1883 he bought another ranch south of Denver, 
sold it and removed from there to Arizona, residing there till 1892, when 
he retired from business. His residence in 1809 was Arvada. Col. 

1387 6. Mary Frances Rockwell, born Ridgebury Jan. 1, 1835; died May 
11, 1845, at Ridgebury, aged 10 years. 

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Children of THOMAS, son of Comfort and Rachel Rockwell Wildman, 
and HANNAH BENEDICT WILDMAN, of Miry Brook, Conn. .(656) 

1388 1. SARAH WILDMAN, born Miry Brook, town of Danbury, April 
11. 1787; married Nov. 3, 1803, EZRA BOUTON, born Sept. 27, 1783, son 
of Eli and Sarah Taylor Bouton, of Danbury, Conn., and settled at Troy, 
N. Y., where their descendants were still living in 1896, but spell their 
name Boughton. (See Bouton-Boughton Genealogy, page 362.) He died 
March 6, 1862. (2970) 

1389 2. RACHEL WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Nov. 13, 1790; married 
Sept. 26, 1810, HANFORD N. LOCKWOOD, son of Isaac and Aner 
Nichols Lockwood; he was born April 19, 1788. They settled at Troy, 
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Children of ELIAKIM and ELIZABETH BENEDICT WILDMAN, of 
Miry Brook, Conn.: ((657) 

1390 1. ELIZA WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Sept. 19, 1797; married 
there John Fry, son of Jerome and Rachel Burton Fry, and settled in 
Danbury, where she died March 15, 1869. He died at Danbury Nov. 4, 
1884. (2989) 

1391 2. HENRY BENEDICT WILDMAN, born Miry Brook June 13, 
1799; a farmer; married in New York City, Jan. 8, 1829. Margaret 
McAlpine, daughter of William and Anna Johnson McAlpine, born there 
Dec. 27, 1806. They settled in Miry Brook on his father's homestead, 
where he died Sept. 10, 1856, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. She 
died there Jan. 27. 1889. (2995) 

1392 3. CHARLES AMES WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Jan. 30. 1804; 
a farmer; married in Bristol, Conn., Aug. 30, 1835, Widow AMANDA 
PURDY Hitchcock, daughter of William D. and Eunice N. Purdy, of 
Woodbridge, Conn., who was born at Bethany, Conn., June 5, 1809. 
They settled at Miry Brook, where he died March 8, 1847, and was 
buried in Miry Brook graveyard. She married, second, Dec. 29, 185 1, 
Hartshorn M. Moore, who lived in Danbury. She died there March 15, 
1880. (2997) 

1393 4. HORACE TROWBRIDGE WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Dec. 
10, 1808 or 1809; a hatter; married May 11. 1830, CATHARINE 
ISABELLA ELY, who was born at New York City March 11, 1810, 
daughter of Edward and Rachel Peck Ely. They settled at Miry Brook, 
where he died Jan. 9, 1858. She died at Danbury May 1, 1883. (2998) 

1394 5- MARY WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Jan. 3, 1814; married 
there May 23. 1832, WILLIAM BENNET GRAY, son of Daniel and 
Sally Brush Gray, of Brookfield, where he was born Dec. 29, 1805. They 
settled in Danbury, and moved to New York City, No. 115 East 29th 
street. He died in New York City Dec. 28, 1876. (3003) 

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Children of STEPHEN BROWNSON and EUNICE WILDMAN 
BENEDICT, of Miry Brook, Conn.: (658) 

1395 1. SARAH BENEDICT, twin sister of Susanna, born Miry Brook 
April 23, 1790; married there Sept. 20, 1812, RORY STARR, a carpenter, 
born at Ridgefield July 22, 1786. They settled in Danbury, where by 
industry and study he became a very useful man, and an acceptable local 
preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and was sent to the Legis- 
lature and Senate of Connecticut. They died in Danbury — he of ery- 
sipelas, Feb. 27. 1845; she April 30, 1850. (3006) 

1396 2. SUSANNA BENEDICT, twin sister of Sarah, born Miry Brook 
April 23, 1790; married May 26, 1812, WILLIAM DE FOREST, of 
Ridgebury. (See Benedict Genealogy, page 380.) 

1397 3. LEMUEL WILDMAN BENEDICT, born Miry Brook Oct 12, 
1792; married in 1814, Jerusha R. Ives, born in the town of Danbury May 
18, 1793, daughter of Dea. Isaac and Jerusha Benedict Ives and grand- 
daughter of Zadok and Jerusha Russell Benedict. He died at Danbury 
March 6, 1853, aged 60, and was buried in Miry Brook Cemetery. (301 1) 

1398 4. GEORGE BENEDICT, son of Stephen Brownson and Eunice 
Wildman Benedict, was born at Miry Brook, Conn.. April 15, 1795. 
Early in life he embraced religion, and was baptized into the Baptist 
Church at Danbury, where he preached for a time and then moved to 
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daughter of Jonathan Force, of New Jersey; she was born there March 
24, 1795, and died in New York City Nov. 18, 1864. (3014) Whitney's 
Genealogy says that the following obituary was published in the Benedict 
Genealogy (see page 380) : 

OBITUARY. 

The Rev. George Benedict was distinguished as one of the most 
popular and successful preachers in the Baptist denomination, to which 
he belonged. The Union Baptist Church of New York City was the 
first with which he sustained the pastoral relation, and which under his 
ministrations soon outgrew the capacity of their place of worship, and 
the brick edifice of the Stanton Street Baptist Church was erected, and 
soon again that, too, proved inadequate to accommodate the large audi- 
ences attracted by his earnest and impressive sermons. 

It becoming apparent that some change must be made to meet the 
requirements of the work, it was decided to purchase the church building 
at the corner of Broome and Norfolk streets, New York City, and to 
organize a portion of the Stanton Street Church members into a new 
church, with him as its pastor. The new enterprise was entered upon 
with the greatest unanimity and energy, which continued until the building 
was destroyed by fire. But a short time elapsed before another site was 
procured on Norfolk street, near Broome, and a fine brick and brown- 
stone building was erected, and the good work continued. 

In the year 1847 he was laid aside from his beloved work by an attack 
of sciatica, from which, after a long period of suffering, he died, Oct. 28, 
1848, aged 54 years. The faith for which he had contended so earnestly 
during a ministry of over thirty years proved his triumph in the parting 
hour. His funeral service was attended in the First Baptist Church, 
corner Broome and Elizabeth streets, and its pastor, Spencer H. Cone, 
preached the sermon from the text, Acts 11:24: "For he was a good 
man, and full of the Holy Ghost, and of faith, and much people was 
added unto the Lord." Dr. Cone stated that during his ministry he 
(Elder Benedict) had baptized over eleven hundred persons. 

After his death the church became divided through the influence of 
its pastor, Thomas Armitage, and the property was sold to the Method- 
ists, and many of the members were scattered among the neighboring 
churches; a few, adhering to him, went uptown and built the Fifth 
Avenue Baptist Church. 

Elder George Benedict was distinguished for gentleness, meekness 
and patience, but with sufficient firmness to resist the encroachments of 
error. As a pastor, he was to the aged a companion and friend; to the 
young an example and adviser. As a preacher, he was faithful and 
prayerful, admonishing his hearers with an earnestness that made him 
eloquent, and with a kindness that precluded all objections or denuncia- 
tions. His forgiving spirit and his sympathy with the afflicted were 
prominent characteristics in his life. His natural urbanity rendered his 
presence always desirable in the social circle; his pronounced piety and 
wisdom in counsel made him always valued in religious conventions and 
and associations of the denomination. 

Note. — The compiler of this work desires to add his personal testi- 
mony to the excellence of Elder George Benedict's character in all the 
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ment became unusually strong, and only that Baptist Church history 
affords so much better a medium, it would have been a pleasure to have 
given a more extended biography of him in this place. 

Children of ADONIRAM, son of Comfort and Rachel Rockwell Wild- 
man, and ANNA BRADLEY WILDMAN, of Lanesborough, : (659) 

1399 1. ANN WILDMAN, born Lanesborough Nov. 3, 1796, and died 
there Feb. 11, 1797. 

1400 2. WILLIAM BRADLEY WILDMAN, born Lanesborough Dec. 8, 
1797; a hatter; married at Danbury (town record says) Sept. 29, 1829, 
ELIZABETH FIELD BEARD, born March 6, 1805, daughter of Daniel 
and Betsey Field Beard, of Lanesborough, Mass. They settled in Dan- 
bury, where she died Dec. 15, 1842. He married, second, at South East, 
N. Y., Oct. 9, 1844, Widow LYDIA CROSBY Norris, of Ridgebury, born 
Jan. 3, 1800, daughter of Thomas and Lydia Crosby ; she died at Danbury 
Dec. 29, 1851. He married, third, Dec. 20, 1854, Widow BETSEY 
BENEDICT Fry, born April 9, 1813. He died at Danbury Jan. 15, 1859, 
in his 62d year, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. She was still 
living at Bridgeport in 1892. (3019) 

1401 3. MARIA WILDMAN, born Lanesborough Dec. 18, 1799; married, 
as his second wife, at Danbury, in April, 1835, RUSSELL HOYT, a 
trader, son of Enos and Sarah Penfield Hoyt. They settled in Danbury, 
where he died in October, 1868. She died April 24, 1879. They had no 
children. 

1402 4. HARRIET WILDMAN, born Milton, N. Y., May 11, 1802, and 
died there June 23, 1803. 

1403 5. LOIS ANN WILDMAN, born Milton (now Genoa), N. Y., May 
11, 1802; married at Danbury June 12, 1826, JOHN FRINK BEARD, a 
farmer, born at Trumbull, Conn., March 6, 1803. He lived in Danbury, 
where he served as Selectman, as Justice of the Peace, and as a deacon 
of the First Congregational Church. She died Jan. 12, 1880. He died 
July 8, 1888. (3022) 

1404 6. SOPHRONIA WILDMAN, born Milton, N. Y., March 26, 1806. 
She died at Danbury June 5, 18 15, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

1405 7. ANNA WILDMAN, born Danbury Aug. 18, 1810, and died there 
May 21, 1861, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

Children of JOHN R. and ELECTA CURTIS WILDMAN, of Lanes- 
borough, Mass. : (660) 

1406 1. Sophronia Wildman, born probably at Lanesborough, Mass., Oct 
10, 1801 ; married at Danbury, March 12, 1823, Oliver Stone, son of 
Oliver and Lydia Price Stone, of Danbury, where he was born March 28, 
1799. They lived in Danbury, where she died March 21, 1873, which was 
the first death in their family. He was a cloth manufacturer, subsequently 
engaged in making hat bodies. He was a deacon in the First Congre- 
gational Church from 1826 till his death at Danbury, Aug 2, 1875. (3028) 

1407 2. Burr Curtis Wildman, born Binghamton, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1804; a 
shoemaker; married in September, 1852, Widow Orra Dikeman. daughter 
of Elijah and Phebe R. Barnum, born April 3, 1809. and died May 24, 
1888. He died in the Asylum for Insane at Hartford, Conn., Aug. 4, 
1859, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

1408 3. Mary Emeline Wildman, born Binghamton, N. Y., July 10, 1812; 
married Oct. 17, 1836, George Starr, son of Rory and Sarah Benedict 
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Children of BENAJAH and REBECCA DE FORREST WILDMAN, 
of Miry Brook: (661) 

1409 1. THOMAS WILDMAN, born in 1709, and died at Harlem, N. Y., 
in 1806, aged 7 years. 

1410 2. DAVID DE FORREST WILDMAN, born Miry Brook Aug. 5, 
1807 ; a trader ; married at Danbury, May 9, 1829, Fanny Bishop, daughter 
of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Dobbs Bishop, of Danbury, where she was 
born May 20, 1809. They settled in Danbury, where he died May 31, 
1852, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. She died Jan. 29, 1877.(3030) 

Children of ELEAZER and DORCAS WILDMAN SPRAGUE, of 
South East, N. Y. : (662) 

1411 1. FANNY SPRAGUE, born Sodom Corners July 11, 1708; married 
Ebenezer Foster, of Ridgefield, Conn., Sept. 27, 181 9. They lived in 
South East, where he died June 30, 1869. He was buried in Milltown 
Cemetery, where a granite monument marks the plot. 

1412 2. EUNICE SPRAGUE, born Nov. 27, 1806; married at South East, 
N. Y, July 4, 1825, SEYMOUR ALLEN. Settled at South East, and 
moved to New York City, where he died March 11, 1851. His widow, 
with two sons and two daughters, one unmarried and one a Widow 
Dennis, resided at No. 343 St. Mark's place, Brooklyn, and she died there 
May 2, 1894. 

1413 3. HENRY SPRAGUE, born March 24, 1809; died Oct. 8 S 1810. 

1415 4. WILDMAN SPRAGUE, born Oct. 17, 1803; died Dec. 8, 1817, and 
was buried behind the old jail. 

1416 5- THOMAS WILDMAN SPRAGUE, born Dec. 18, 1814; married 
May 25, 1835, Martha Bishop, and went to Cincinnati, O., where he 
engaged in the clothing trade. He died there Oct. 14, 1894. 

1417 6. William Henry Sprague, born South East July 17, 1816; a sales- 
man in New York City; married May 1, 1838, Maria Hubbell. He died 
Aug. 7, 1883, at Newark, N. J. 

1417a 7. Sarah Sprague, born Aug. 4, 1823, and died Feb. 5, 1868, at 

Danbury. 

Children of BENJAMIN and JEAN FORRESTER (daughter of Win. 
and Sarah Rockwell Forrester) FOWLER, of Ridgefield : (663) 

1418 1. Maria Fowler, born Ridgebury in May, 1780, where she died 
aged 3 months. 

1419 2. William Fowler, born Ridgebury April 1, 1788, and died Feb. 

8, 1794. 

1420 3. BENJAMIN FOWLER, Jr., born Oct. 22, 1790; a farmer; married 
at Ridgebury, Oct. 18, 1809, Widow Elizabeth McFarden Barsley, daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Martha Parsons McFarden, born Aug. 29, 1786. They 
settled in South East, N. Y., near the New York State line, where their 
son, Wlliam F. Fowler, lived in 1873. He died May 24, 1814; she Aug. 6 r 
1835, and both were buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. (3035) 

Children of LOT and HANNAH MEAD FORRESTER, of Ridge- 
field, Conn.: (669) 

1421 Maria Forrester, born Ridgefield, Conn., June 19, 1804; married 
Lyman Keeler, a drover and hotelkeeper at Danbury, where he accumulated 
a large property, and where the old homestead was occupied by his 
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1422 2. William Forrester, born April 18, 1806; nothing further known 
of him. 

1423 3. Sally Forrester, born Ridgefield Feb. 20, 1808; married in 1832,. 
George B. Rockwell, born in 1810. He died July 12, 1887. She died 
in New York City Oct. 5, 1888. (3071) 

1424 4. Rufus Forrester, born Ridgefield Aug. 21, 181 1; married Nancy 
Strong. He died at St. Louis Oct. 12, 1844. 

1425 4. Hiram Mead Forrester, born Ridgefield Nov. 21, 1813; married 
Sarah Davis. He died in New York City, where he was a merchant 
for many years. (3075) 

1426 6. Jane Ann Forrester, born Nov. 22, 1815; married Thomas Barnum. 
They both died at Danbury, she June 24, 189 1. (3077) 

1427 7. *George Forrester, born Sept. 7, 1818 ; married Esther Davis. She 
died in New York City in August, 1891. He died at the home of his 
daughter at Poughkeepsie, July 10, 1893. (3079) 

1428 8. John Rockwell Forrester, born Sept. 24, 1821 ; married Angeline 
Perry. He died April 13, 1878. (3081) 

Children of RUN A, son of Abraham and Esther Riggs Rockwell, and 
RACHEL DARLING ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury: (671) 

1429 1. BETSEY ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury March 11, 1792; married 
there, as his second wife, March 17, 1817, DANIEL BENEDICT, son of 
Jonas and Mary Bouton Benedict, of Miry Brook, where he was born 
Jan. 3, 1783. He was a shoemaker and farmer, and a deacon of the 
Congregational Church at Ridgebury, and lived at Miry Brook. She 
died without children, Nov. 12, 1838, anad was buried in Ridgebury 
Cemetery. He married, third, her sister Polly (see below). 

r430 2. POLLY ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury Jan. 11, 1795, where she 

lived until married, Feb. 17, 1839, to Dea. DANIEL BENEDICT, 
formerly her sister Betsey's husband. They settled at Danbury, where 
he died Oct. 27, 1853, in his 71st year. She died, without children, Dec 
8, 1866. 

1431 3. ESTHER ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury Aug. 7, 1797; married 
there Nov. 6, 1817, ALANSON BIRCHARD, a cabinetmaker of Carmel,, 
son of Jeremiah and Elizabeth Abbott Birchard, of Ridgebury, where he 
was born July 7, 1796. They settled in Carmel, where he carried on his 
business and died there, June 10, 1833, and was buried in Ridgebury 
Cemetery. She married, second, Oct. 20, 1835, at Carmel, Gilbert Travis, 
a farmer, son of David and Phebe Hyatt Travis, of Carmel, where he 
was born March 27, 1797. He died there April 29, 1863, and was buried 
there, after which she made her home with her brother, Samuel D. 
Rockwell, at Yonkers, N. Y. She died Dec. 19, 1881, at Carmel 
village. (3041) 

1432 4. JOHN TALCOTT ROCKWELL, (3043) born Ridgebury Sept. 



♦Note. — George Forrester, son of Lot and Hannah Mead Forrester, 
was born at Ridgebury Sept. 7, 1818. When but 12 years of age he went 
as a clerk in his brother Hiram's store in New York City, where in a 
few years he came to be the proprietor. He was a director in the 
Broadway Fire Insurance Company, and trustee and treasurer of St. 
Paul's M. E. Church, New York City. On the death of his wife, in 
1891, he went to Poughkeepsie to reside with his daughter, Mrs. Floy M. 
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125, 1801 ; a farmer ; married there, Oct. 28, 1823, by Rev. Nathan Burton, 
to Sally (Sarah) Benedict, daughter of Dea. Daniel and Polly DeForest 
Benedict, of Ridgefield, formerly of Miry Brook, where she was born 
Oct. 27, 1805. He was a successful farmer in Ridgebury, a widely known 
and respected citizen of the Town of Ridgefield, and a valued member 
of the Congregational Church and Society of Ridgebury, where he and 
his family were prominent leaders of the church music. He sold his 
farm in Ridgebury about 1862, and bought another at Brookfield, where 
they lived until about 1875, when they sold again and moved to Bethel, 
and subsequently to Danbury, where he purchased a homestead, 47 
Division street, where he died after a brief illneess, Sept. 17, 1881. At 
his funeral his pastor, Mr. Hubbell, remarked that for several years he 
had never known the deceased to be absent from his place in the sanctu- 
ary on Lord's day but twice, the first on account of illness, and the other 
when his lifeless remains were lying in his coffin at home. His widow 
continued to live in the same house in which he died until her death, 
which occurred May 19, 1892. She was buried in the family plot in 
Wooster Cemetery, Danbury. She was a most exemplary Christian, wife 
and mother, and much respected by a large circle of friends and neighbors, 
by whom she could always be relied upon for sympathy and assistance. 

1433 5. LUCY MARIA ROCKWELL, born Ridgebury Aug. 15, 1807. In 
childhood she was endowed with much modesty and grace, and with her 
early religious education gave promise of a life of great usefulness. She 
was a most devoted Christian, and at her death seemed anxious to depart 
and be with Christ, requesting her friend a few minutes before she 
-expired to sing a familiar hymn expressive of her feelings : 

DYING. 

Vital spark of Heavenly flame, t 

Quit, O quit this mortal frame; 
Trembling, hoping, lingering, flying — 
Oh! the pain, the bliss, of dying! 

Come, fond Nature— cease thy strife 
And let me languish into life. 
Hark! the whisper! Angels say, 
" Sister spirit, come away ! " 

The world recedes — it disappears; 
Heaven opens to my eyes and ears; 

I hear the sound seraphic ring! 
Oh, lend your wings ! I mount — I fly 1 
Oh, grave, where is thy victory? 

Oh, Death, where is thy sting?" 

She died in her home with her parents at Ridgebury, Sept. 12, 1835, 
aged 28, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

1434 6. SAMUEL DARLING ROCKWELL, (3047) born Ridgebury 
Jan. 23, 1810; a watchmaker, which trade he learned with Mr. Lock- 
wood, iioj^ Cherry street, New York. With a remarkable aptitude for 
the business, he had become so proficient at the expiration of his appren- 
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most successfully. On the 9th of September, 1832, he married Oril 
Janes Sherman, daughter of Jacob and Caphira Janes Sherman, of Bran- 
field, Mass., where she was born May 2, 1808. In 1845 they built a 
handsome residence at Yonkers, N. Y., to which they removed, disposing- 
of his New York business, and he established a watch and jewelry store 
on Main street, Yonkers; but being chosen secretary in a new savings 
bank there, he disposed of his store and devoted his time entirely to the 
bank. The location of his home becoming undesirable owing to the 
growth of business around him, he sold his property at a large advance 
and bought and settled on Locust Hill avenue. In 1867 he retired from 
the Yonkers Savings Bank and opened a real estate office, which he 
continued while his health and strength permitted, retiring from it m 
1886. He resided at Yonkers, visiting occasionally his daughter, Mis. 
Fanny E. Riker, in her home in New York City and in Maryland, and 
died at the latter place March 24, 1888, and was buried at Yonkers. His 
widow was living in 1895, with her son, Mr. J. W. Rockwell, W. 79th 
street, New York City. 

Children of JOSIAH R. and CYNTHIA A. OSBORN KEELER, of 
Mina. N. Y.: (509) 
1 434- 1 1. David Osborn Keeler, born Mina, N. Y., April 3, 1828; died Sher- 
man, N. Y., May 19, 1853. 
1434-2 2. William Henry Keeler, born Mina, N. Y., June 22, 1830; married 
Nov. 18, 1852, Cornelia E. Hart. She died Nov. 5, 1895. He resided at 
Sherman in 1896. 
1434-3 3- Cornelia Paine Keeler, born Sherman, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1832; died 
there Feb. 13, 1849. 

Children of SMITH B. and HANNAH BENEDICT KEELER, of 
Ridgefield: (511) 
1434-4 1. Emily Amelia Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 16, 1838; married at 

Jamestown, April 27 t 1859, Archibald Flynn Kent; resided at Jamestown 

in 1896. 
r 434-5 2 - Charles Smith Keeler, born Ridgefield March 10, 1840; resided at 

Jamestown, N. Y., in 1896. 
1434-6 3. William Andrew Benedict Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 8, 1842; 

resided at Jamestown, N. Y., in 1896. 

Child of RUFUS and (first wife) JANE L. STURGES KEELER, of 
Ridgefield, Conn.: (512) 
1434a 1. Elizabeth Sturges Keeler, born Ridgefield Aug. 12, 1827, and died 

there March 14, 1832. 

Children by second wife, ANN ELIZA FOWLER KEELER, of 
Ridgefield : (512) 
1434b 2. Rebecca Jane Keeler, bom Ridgefield Sept. 7, 1830; married May 

23, 1854, Asher Morris, born Sept. 22, 1830. He died at Danbury Oct. 12, 

1854. She died at Ridgefield May 16, 1866. No children. 
1434c 3. Elizabeth Sturges Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 19, 1831; not 

married ; resided at Ridgefield in 1895. 
I434d 4. Hannah Benedict Keeler, born Ridgefield July 13, 1835; married 

Edgar L. Wildman; resided at Danbury in 1895. 



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I434e 5- Emily Frances Keeler. born Ridgefield Aug. 5, 1837 ; married, about 

1855, Chester C. Brush; resided at Danbury in 1895. (3H5&) 
1434! 6. Anna Maria Keeler, hern Ridgefield Aug. 19, 1839; married Nov. 

24, 1867, Bradley Truman Weed, of Norwich, N. Y. She died Jan. 14, 

1870. (3115a) 
'4348 7- Mary Emma Keeler, born Ridgefield July 26, 1841 ; never married; 

resided in the old home in Ridgefield in 1895. 
I434h 8. Rufus DeWitt Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 10, 1844; not married; 

enlisted at Carmel, N. Y., and joined the invalid corps. He was a civil 

engineer in the Department of Public Works in New York City, and died 

there Jan. 28, 1879. 
I434i 9. Cornelia Ermina Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 10, 1849; married, 

April 2, 1890, Edward L. Peck, of West Italy, N. Y. No children. 



Children of EPHRAIM and MERCIE ST. JOHN LOCKWOOD, of 
Norwalk, Conn. : (814) 

John Lockwood, born Norwalk March 19, 1666. 

Daniel Lockwood, born Norwalk Aug. 13, 1668. 

Sarah Lockwood, born Norwalk Nov. 3, 1670. 

Ephraim Lockwood, Jr., born Norwalk May I, 1673. 

Joseph Lockwood, born Norwalk April 1, 1680; married Aug. 14, 
1707, Mary Wood, of Stamford. 
1434 6. Eliphalet Lockwood, born Norwalk; married Oct. n, 1699, Mary 

Gold, and settled in Norwalk. 



Children of ISAAC, JR., and ANER NICHOLS LOCKWOOD, of 
Brookfield, Conn.: (813) 
1434 1. HANNAH LOCKWOOD. born Brookfield, Conn., Feb. 1, 1785; 

married JOHN WELCH, and died July 19, 1856. 

1436 2 and 3. Twins— POLLY and PATTY LOCKWOOD, born Brook- 
field June 17, 1786. Polly died Oct. 24. 1815; Patty died Jan. 1, 1816. 

1437 4. HANFORD NICHOLS LOCKWOOD, born Brookfield April 17, 
1788; married Rachel Wildman, daughter of Thomas and Hannah Bene- 
dict Wildman. They settled at Troy, N. Y., where he died April 27, 
1875. (2978) 

1438 5. SALLY LOCKWOOD, born Brookfield March 18, 1790, and died 
Jan. 19, 1794. 

1439 6. RUTH LOCKWOOD, born Brookfield Dec. 12, 1791; married 
Hayes, and died June 14, 1845. 

1440 7. HOMER LOCKWOOD, born Brookfield Nov. 17, 1793; married 
Oct. 2, 181 6, Sally Benedict, daughter of Thaddeus and Huldah Marvin 
Benedict They settled at Victory, Cayuga County, N. Y., where he died 
Feb. 12, 1875, and she died at Red Creek, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1877. (775b 
and 2982) 

1441 8. SALLY LOCKWOOD, born Brookfield Sept. 12, 1795; married 
Elias B. Sanford, born Newtown, Conn., Feb. 16, 1791. She died at 
Newtown Dec. 5, 1819. 

1442 9. LUCY LOCKWOOD, born Brookfield Dec. 6, 1798; married Amos 
Hubbell. She died July 22, 1848. 

1443 10. ISAAC LOCKWOOD, Jr., born Brookfield Dec. 9, 1803 ; married 
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Children of THADDEUS and LUCY ROCKWELL (daughter of Abra- 
ham and Esther Riggs Rockwell) BOUGHTON, of Washington, 
Dutchess County, N. Y. : (672) 

1444 1. MINERVA BOUGHTON, born Ridgebury, Conn., Nov. 26, 1802; 
died Jan. 19, 1805. 

1445 2. RUNA ROCKWELL BOUGHTON, born Washington, Dutchess 
County, N. Y., March 3, 1806; a merchant tailor and a manufacturer of 
clothing in New York City ; married at Pleasant Valley, N. Y., in Septem- 
ber, 1826, Widow DORINDA A. PALMER, daughter of Hubby and 
Gertrude Wilson Adee, of Pleasant Valley, where she was born in 1803. 
They settled in New York City, where most of his life was spent amassing 
a considerable fortune, which was swept away by the panic of 1857. After 
some years he moved to Monroe street, Brooklyn, and owned his residence, 
which was about all that he saved of his comfortable fortune. He died 
there July 29, 1866, suddenly, supposed from sunstroke. His family 
continued to live in Brooklyn until the death of his widow, which occurred 
May 22, 1883. (3053) 

1446 3. ELIZA BOUGHTON, born Clinton, Dutchess County, N. Y., Oct 
14, 181 1. She lived with her parents during the early portion of her life, 
and being of a very religious disposition she early embraced the doctrines 
of the Society of Friends (Quakers), of which her father was a devoted 
adherent, as promulgated by Elias Hicks. She married, in accordance 
with the practice of the Society of Friends, May 22, 1842, EBENEZER 
L. WANZER, son of Husted and Lucy Leach Wanzcr, of Quaker Hill, 
N. Y., where he was born Dec. 20, 1795, a farmer in Ledyard, Cayuga 
County, N. Y., where they resided until they died — he June 19, 1874; she 
Sept. 7, 1883. He was a recognized preacher in the Society, and, together 
with his wife, visited extensively among them at their quarterly meetngs. 

1447 4 WILLIAM L. BOUGHTON, (3058) born Clinton, N. Y., Aug. 
27, 1814; a tailor and clothing cutter for many years in New York City; 
married at Victory, Cayuga County, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1838, Diana Ann 
Morton, daughter of Otis and Nancy Gibbs Morton, of Victory, where she 
was born Jan. 17, 1823. They moved to Milwaukee in 1845, from whence 
she made a visit to Caldwell's Prairie, where she died June 27, 1850. 
He married, second, July 4, 185 1, Maria Ann Rockwell, a widow, 
daughter of Isaac Rockwell, of Norwalk (a descendant of Dea. William 
Rockwell, of Colebrook, Conn.). They moved in 1857 to Ashkum, 
Iroquois County, 111., where she died Dec. 11, 1857. He married, third, 
Aug. 15, i860, in New York City, MARY ELIZA GOODELL, daughter 
of Joseph and Melinda Goodell. They lived at Lakewood, Trenton and 
Asbury Park, and moved to Ocean Grove in 1895, and resided there 
in 1896. 

1448 5. EDWARD HICKS BOUGHTON, born Washington, Dutchess 
County, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1819; a teacher, physician and farmer; he never 
married He resided at Ledyard, Cayuga County, N. Y., where he spent 
most of his life in the vocation of a farmer. His post-office address was 
Poplar Ridge, N. Y., in 1894. He died at Sherwood's Comers, Cayuga 
County, N. Y., suddenly, on the morning of the 19th of April, 1894, of 
heart failure. He was buried in the Friends' burying ground, where his 
parents and sister, Mrs. Eliza Wanzer, all were buried, and marble tablets 
mark the graves of each. 

1449 6. JAMES BOUGHTON, (3063) born in the town of Washington, 
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his parents, and he was sent to the district school until the spring of 1834, 
when his father, with all his family, moved to Victory, Cayuga County,. 
N. Y., and settled on a farm one mile west of Victory Centre. The next 
following four years were spent in assisting on the farm and attending 
school during the winter. Having qualified for teaching, he engaged and 
taught the district school one and a half miles north of Victory Centre 
during the winter of 1838. In the spring of 1839 he decided to learn some 
other than the business of a farmer. Proceeding to New York City, he 
found employment as clerk in a grocery store, which he continued for 
several years. In the year 1842, Sept 4, he was baptized into the Norfolk 
Street Baptist Church by its pastor, Rev. George Benedict, and on May 2, 
1844, he married Eliza Jane Terhune, only child of Richard and Elizabeth 
Talleck Terhune, of New York City, where she was born May 11, 1825. 
In 1852 he established a jobbing and commission business at 191 West 
street, which was disposed of after two or three years to accept an interest 
in the manufacturing clothing business, which was broken up by the great 
panic of 1857. Inducements being offered in the winter of '57, he moved 
his family to Ashkum, Iroquois County, 111., intending to engage in 
farming, but the climate proving sickly, returned the following year to 
Brooklyn, from whence they had moved to Illinois. 

In the spring of 1861 he secured the appointment of Chief Clerk or 
Superintendent of the New York Produce Exchange, at that time the 
largest grain mart in this country, and was appointed from year to year 
for the next following twelve years, when he resigned his position and 
engaged in other employments. 

In June, 1889, the Fifth Avenue Bank was incorporated, and he was 
appointed to a position which he held till Dec. 31, 1892, and subsequently 
he has held an appointment in the Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburgh, 
of which he has been a trustee since 1862, and is to the present writing. 

In 1883 he entered upon the work of collecting and compiling a 
Genealogy of the BOUTONS and BOUGHTONS of this country, which 
involved a labor of six years, which, together with much time and money 
spent in traveling and searching records, he gave gratuitously in order 
that a work could be published at a cost within the means of a large 
number. An edition of 300 was published and soon disposed of. 

On the completion of the Bouton-Boughton work, having accumulated 
considerable matter relative to the Rockwell and Keeler families, he 
decided to prepare a thorough Genealogical Compendium of them also, 
which has been done at great cost of labor and money, not expecting nor 
desiring any compensation, further than the satisfaction of having per- 
formed an appreciated service for his kindred. 

He died Dec. 29, 1898, and was buried at Brewster, N. Y. 

Children of ISAIAH, son of Samuel and Sibyl Leavenworth Keeler, and 
LUCY WATROUS KEELER, of Wilton, Conn. : (497) 

1450 1. Fanny M. Keeler, born Wilton in 1813; married Benajah Gilbert; 
resided at Wilton in 1894- (31 16) 

1451 2. Legrand W. Keeler, born in October, 1815; married Catharine 
Lockwood, daughter of Horatio Lockwood, born Pound Ridge Feb. 20, 
1823. He died in 1892. She died May 17, 1895. (3122) 

1452 3- Emily E. Keeler, born Wilton in 1817; married Isaac N. Benedict* 
She died July 29, 1877. He died Jan. 20, 1882, aged 68 years. (31 19) 

1453 4- Martha E. Keeler, born about 1824; did not marry; died Jan. 24, 
1854, at Wilton. 



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Children of MATTHEW, JR., son of Matthew and Ruth Benedict Keeler, 
and SALLY SMITH KEELER, of Ridgefield: (501) 

1454 1. Rufus Keeler, date of birth not found; married Ruth Gray. 

1455 2. Ira Keeler, born probably about 1827; married Rhoda Bishop. 

1456 3. William Keeler; said to have went to sea. 

1457 4. Matilda Keeler ; married James St. John, and lived at Ridgefield. 

Children of LEWIS and DEBORAH KEELER HOYT, of Middlesex, 
N. Y.:(502) 

1458 1. Lorenzo Hoyt, born Middlesex, N. Y.; married Barnum, 

of Bethel. 

1459 2. Ruth 0. Hoyt, born Middlesex, N. Y., in 1824; married William 
Peck, of Middlesex. 

1460 3. Edward G. Hoyt, born Middlesex, N. Y., in 1827 ; married Violette 
Beal, and resided at Middlesex. 

Child of JAMES and MATILDA KEELER WALLACE, of Troy, 
N. Y.:( 5 03) 

1461 1. Mary Matilda Wallace, born Troy, N. Y., in 1830; married J. 
Raymond Marvin, of Norwalk ; resided at East Norwalk in 1894. (3 l ^7) 

Children of JESSE E. and MARY DELIA RAYMOND KEELER, of 
Ridgefield, Conn.: (506) 

1462 1. Matthew Edward Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec 3, 1835; 
married at Wilton, Conn., Sept. 5, 1861, Annie E. Osborn, and settled at 
Sharon, Mich., where she died Feb. 3, 1880. He married, second, Nov. 
11, 1884, Josephine Qampbell, and they were living at Grass Lake, Mich., 
in 1894. No children by last marriage. (3132) 

1463 2. Russell Raymond Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 28, 1836; married 
Feb. 18, 1864, Elizabeth Hickok, who was born in 1841. They settled in 
Ridgefield. He died at Grass Lake, Mich., Nov. 4, 1893. She was living 
in Ridgefield in 1894. (3129) 

Children of WILLIAM K., son of Jonah and Rebecca Raymond Keeler, 
and his two wives, (first) ANNA DOWNS and (second) ESTHER 
COUCH MEAD KEELER, of Ridgefield, Conn.: (513) 

1463a 1. William Smith Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn., Aug. 18, 1827; 

married Rosa Lettin. They had only one child, which died in infancy. 
He died Oct. 4, 1863. 

1463b 2. George Henry Keeler, born Ridgefield July 22, 183 1 ; died in infancy 

at Ridgefield, Sept. 8, 1833. 

1463c 3. Henry Theodore Keeler, born Ridgefield June 3, 1835 ; died in the 

town of Catharine, Chemung County, N. Y., May 18, 1852. 

1463d 4. Samuel Couch Keeler (only child by his second wife), born Ridge- 

field Sept. 10, 1837; married Dec. 16, 1862, Octavia I. Hitchcock. He was 
County Judge and Surrogate of Schuyler County, N. Y., in 1894, and 
resided at Havana, N. Y. (3131a) 

Children of BURR and MARY E. NASH KEELER, of Ridgefield, 
Conn., and North Fairfield, O. : (514) 
1463c 1. Rebecca Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., May 28, 1827, and died 

there May 24, 1828. 
i4D3f 2. Mary E. Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 31, 1829; married Jan. 8, 



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1855, George Silliman, born at Easton, Conn., in 1815. He died at North 

Fairfield Feb. 6, 1880. She resided there in 1895. (3177a) 
*403g 3. Burr F. Keeler, born Ridgefield May 12, 1832; married March 17, 

1855, Betsey Lattin, born March 17, 1835. He died at Elmira, N. Y., Aug. 

6, 1885. She died July 23, 1888. (3i77d) 
J463I1 4. George N. Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 14, 1834; married Feb. 28, 

1866, Celia Felton, borrr Norwich, O., Dec. 26, 1841 ; resided at North 

Fairfield, O., in 1895. (3177c) 
14631 5. Sylvester R. Keeler, born Ridgefield May 1, 1837; married April 

5, 1863, Mary B. Raymond, born Westport, Conn., April 1, 1837; resided 

at Westport, Conn., in 1895. (3*77h) 
1463J 6. Amanda E. Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 7, 1839; married June 4. 

i860, Gregory Jennings, born Fairfield, Conn., May 4, 1832; resided at 

North Fairfield, O., in 1895. No children. 
1463k 7. Harriet A. Keeler, born Ridgefield May 13, 1842; married Nov. 26, 

i860, Asahel G. Wakeman, born Easton, Conn., March i, 1839. He died 

at Easton, Conn., Feb. 28, 1894. She resided at North Fairfield in 

1895. L i77i) 
1463I 8. Louisa F. Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 7, 1845; unmarried; resided 

at North Fairfield in 1895. 
1463m 9. Julia A. Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 9, 1847; married April 27, 

1873, Calvin Goodrich, born at Otsego, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1838; resided at 

North Fairfield in 1895. No children. 

Children of JONAH CHARLES and HENRIETTA OLMSTEAD 

KEELER: (515) 

I463n 1* Joseph Belden Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., July 23, 1834; 

married Harriette Eddy, and resided at Chicago, 111., in 18^5. 

1463 2. George Olmstead Keeler, born Norwalk Oct. 8, 1835; married 

Oct. 27, 1858, Julia W. Benedict; resided at Denver, Col., in 1895. (3177I) 

1463P 3- Sarah Allen Keeler, born Ridgefield Nov. 15, 1837; died at Nor- 

walk, Conn., May 16, 1841. 

1463a 4 Charles Lewis Keeler, born Norwalk Nov. 18, 1839; died at Nor- 

walk, Conn., July 16, 1842. 

I403r 5. Henry Keeler, born Norwalk Nov. 14, 1841, and died there July 

16, 1842. 

1463s 6. Sarah Maria Keeler, born Ridgefield July 31, 1843, and died there 
Feb. 16, 1866. 

I463t 7. * Edwin Olmstead Keeler, born Ridgefield Jan. 12, 1846; married 

May 13, 1868, Sarah Felina Whiting; resided at Norwalk in 1895. (3i77n) 



♦Note. — Edwin Olmstead Keeler was born at Ridgefield, Conn., Jan. 
12, 1846. At the age of 15 years he went as a clerk in the store of S. E. 
Olmstead & Co., of Norwalk, where his deportment and abilities were 
rewarded by promotions, and in due time by a partnership interest with 
the firm. He then bought an interest with Major George M. Holmes, 
which they organized into the Holmes, Keeler & Sellick Company, which 
is the largest grocery concern in Norwalk. 

In 1887 he was elected a director in the Fairfield County National 
Bank, and in 1893 he was elected its president, and as such remains at the 
present writing. For many years he was an active member of the 
Norwalk Fire Department, and one of the Board of Fire Engineers. He 
was a delegate from the Ridgefield Press to the National Editorial 
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146311 8. Frederick Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 31, 1847, and died there 

Nov. 8, 1855- 
1463V 9. Charles L. Keeler, born April 22, 1850, at Ridgefield, and died 

there Sept. 3, 1857. 

By third wife, SARAH BETTS KEELER: 
1463W 10. William Arthur Keeler, born Ridgefield Sept. 24, 1856; married 

Aug. 26, 1886, Mary Grace Cantnor, and resided at Denver, Col., in 

1895. (3i77k) 
1463X 11. Franklin Augustus Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 25, 1858; married 

Jan. 13, 1880, Mary Louise Russell; resided at Geneva, Neb., in 1895. 
I4*>3y 12. Roland Stebbins Keeler, born Ridgeneld Dec. 26, i860; died at 

Wilton, Conn., Sept. 14, 1868. 

L " Children of ZALMON G. and JOANNA B. CROSBY KEELER, of 
Jamestown, N. Y. : (516) 

1463Z 1. Isadore Rebecca Keeler, born Jamestown, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1841; 

married there, Jan. 20, 1863, Charles W. Winslow; resided in Chicago 
in 1896. (31770 

14630a 2. Joanna Keeler, born Jamestown Feb. 28, 1846; resided there 
in 1896. 

I463bb 3. Zalmon Raymond Keeler, born Jamestown Nov. 23, 1849, and died 
there Sept. 1, 1850. 

1463CC 4. Lucy Adelaide Keeler, born Jamestown Sept. 30, 1852; married 
there, Sept. 9, 1875, David H. Allen, and resided there in 1896. (3i77w) 

1 463d d 5. Kate Barrett Keeler, born Jamestown May 24, 1856; not mar- 
ried; resided at Jamestown in 1896. 

Children of DAVID C. and HANNAH WOOD KEELER, of Ridge- 
field, Conn.: (517) 
i463ee 1. Margaret E. Keeler, born Ridgefield July 12, 1835; married Dec. 

1, 1856, Matthew Betts, a civil engineer. They resided at 2028 Madison 

avenue, New York City, in 1895. 
I463ff 2. Ebenezer W. Keeler, born Ridgefield Oct. 7, 1840; married May 2, 

1889, Emma Paddock. They resided at Ridgefield in 1895. 

Children of ABRAHAM G., son of Nehemiah and Eleanor Rockwell 

Keeler, and SARAH DANN KEELER, of Ridgebury: (674) 

1464 1. LYMAN KEELER, born Ridgebury Oct. 1, 1801; an innkeeper; 

married there Dec. 15, 1824, Maria Forrester, daughter of Lot and Hannah 

Mead Forrester, of Ridgebury, where she was born June 19, 1804. They 



In 1892 he was sent to the Connecticut Legislature, and was elected 
again at the following election, with practically no opposition at the polls. 
In 1893 Norwalk was incorporated a city, and he became its first Mayor. 
No other person has ever been known to enjoy so large a degree of 
popularity and distinction before. 

He is also an earnest and sincere member of the First Congregational 
Church of Norwalk, where he has served for fifteen years consecutively 
as a committeeman, and he is also a member of St. John's Lodge of 
Masons of Norwalk, and a Knight Templar in the Clinton Commandery; 
also a member of the Mystic Shrine, and of the Connecticut Grand Lodge, 
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settled at Danbury, where for many years he was County Commis- 
sioner. (3066) 

1465 2. WALLACE DANN KEELER, born Ridgebury Dec. 15. 1803; 
married Mary May, in New Haven, O., where he settled as a trader. He 
died in Indiana Jan. 18, 1870. She was living at New Haven, O., a 
widow, in 1873. (3084) 

1466 3. JOHN KEELER, born Ridgebury Feb. 18, 1806; a hatter and 
dealer in New York City; married May 28, 1829, at Wilton, Conn.. 
SALLY JENETTE LYON, born Aug. 1, 1804, daughter of Levi and 
Abigail Squire Lyon, and settled at Danbury. He went to California 
about the summer of 1849, a °d died Jan. 31, 1850, at Sacramento, Cal. 
She died at Danbury Feb. 29, 1864, aged 60. (3086) 

1467 4. THADDEUS KEELER, born South rast, N. Y., in 1809; died 
there June 15, 181 5, by falling into a kettle of scalding water. 

1468 5. ALBERT KEELER, born South East, N. Y. f in September, 181 1; 
a lumberman; married HARRIET MYERS, daughter of John and 
Margaret Kniffen Myers, and settled at Yonkers, N. Y. He died there 
in 1883; she resided there in 1895. (3089) 

1469 6. LAWRENCE KEELER, born South East in September, 1814; 
married at Ridgebury, in 1838, EUNICE FAIRCHILD, daughter of 
Burr and Anna Taylor Fairchild. He died at Mill Plain, Conn., May 
4, 1839. No children. She married, second, Moses Collier, and died at 
Mill Plain. 

1470 7. JEANNETTE KEELER, born Ridgebury July 16, 1816; married 
Daniel Howes Ferguson, and settled in Lone Pine, Inyo County, Cal. 
She resided at Baker City, Ore., in 1893, where she died. (3093) 

1471 8. WILLIAM OBED KEELER, born Danbury Jan. 1, 1819; a 
hatter; married there Abigail Clark, daughter of Sallu Pell and Hannah 
Benedict Clark. He lived in Chicago, 111., in 1873. She died about 1889. 
He resided there in 1893. (3098) 

1472 9. MARIETTE KEELER, born Danbury Aug. 13, 1822; married 
there, May 13, 1844, ALFRED H. HYATT, a hatter, son of Daniel and 
Irene Hamlin Hyatt, of Kinderhook, N. Y., where he was born May 17, 
1821. They settled at Yonkers, N. Y., and moved to Danbury, where 
she died Oct. 14, 1863. He married, second, Oct. 6, 1864, Betsey Hoyt. 
She died at Danbury, and he was living at Pound Ridge in 1893. (3102) 

1473 10. RANSOM RUSSELL KEELER, born Danbury Aug. 31, 1825; 
a hatter; married at Joliet, 111., and returned to Yonkers, and died there 
about 1870. (3106) 

Children of WILLIAM and RUTH KEELER (daughter of Nehemiah 
and Eleanor Rockwell Keeler) DANN, of Ridgefield: (675) 

1474 1. AMOS DANN, born Ridgefield Feb. 24, 1798; an innkeeper; 
settled at Avon Springs, N. Y. ; married Eliza Peck, daughter of Capt 
Richard Peck, of Rush or Lima, N. Y. He was postmaster at Avon 
Springs for some time, and also kept one of the principal hotels there. 
He suffered softening of the brain, and was taken to the Asylum for 
the Insane at Utica, N. Y., where in the summer of 1870 he died, leaving 
a widow, who lived with her brother, Richard Peck, at Avon, 1873. (3107) 

1475 2. HENRY DANN, born Ridgefield May 19, 1799; settled at Rush, 
N. Y.; married, and died at Lima, leaving one daughter. 

1476 3. JOHN ROCKWELL DANN, born Ridgefield Nov. 2, 1800. He 
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and died of apoplexy at Avon, leaving a widow there, in 1873. No 
children. 

1477 4. MEHETABEL DANN, born Ridgefield; went to Jackson, O., 
married and died. 

1478 5- JANE DANN, born Ridgebury ; married Col. Gordon, of Jackson, 
O., where they lived in 1873. » 

1479 6. MARIA DANN, born Ridgebury; married Oliver Atwell, and 
settled at Jefferson, O. 

1480 7. Betsey Dann, born Ridgebury; she died there, aged 6 years. 

1481 8. Benjamin Dann, born Ridgebury; he was said to be a hotelkeeper 
somewhere in Michigan in 1873. 

1482 9. Adoniram Dann, born Ridgebury ; he was said to be a hotelkeeper. 

1483 10. Decatur Dann, born Ridgebury; said to be a hotelkeeper. 

Children of ABIEL and SARAH ROCKWELL KEELER, of Ridge- 
bury, Conn. : {676) 

1484 1. ROXANA KEELER, born Ridgebury Jan. 2, 1810; married Rev. 
ORRIN P. CRANDALL, minister of the M. E. Church, born at Milford, 
N. Y., Oct. 20, 1816. He joined the New York Conference in June, 1856, 
and was ordained deacon in 1859 and elder in i860, and till 1873 had 
supplied nine charges in New York State, being at that date at the 
BridgeviHe, N. Y., charge. She died in Orange County, N. Y., Aug. 
18, 1890. 

1485 2. AMANDA KEELER, born Ridgebury Oct. 9, 181 1; married 
Arza Smith, a farmer of Ridgefield. They settled at Ridgebury, where 
they died — she March 26, 1847; he June 25, 1849. No children. 

i486 3. ELIZA KEELER, born Ridgebury Jan. 4, 1816; married JOHN 

J. KNIFFEN, and settled at Madison, Wis., where they were living in 
July, 1873. (3i 10) 

1487 4. EZRA BOUGHTON KEELER, born Ridgebury July 16, 1819; 
married April 10, 1845, Widow Amanda Watson Carr, by whom he had 
two children. Married, second, Sarah E. Higgins, of South East, N. Y., 
and settled at Yonkers, N. Y. He married, third, Sarah A. Condit 
Resided at Yonkers in 1894. (3113) 

1488 5. SARAH C. KEELER, born Orange, N. J., June 28, 1827; a dress- 
maker; died unmarried, at Yonkers, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1885. 

1489 6. NEHEMIAH KEELER, born Orange, N. J. ; died Sept. 17, 1844 
aged 18, and was buried at Beekman, N. Y. 

1490 7. SUSAN KEELER, born Ridgebury, Conn.; died at Ridgebury 
Aug. 28, 1847, aged 18 years. 

Lucy, William and Almira all died young — no dates given. 

Children of NEHEMIAH, son of Nehemiah and Eleanor Rockwell 
Keeler, and POLLY BRUSH KEELLK, of Ridgebury: (678) 

1491 1. HIRAM LOCKWOOD KEELER, born Ridgebury Jan. 4, 1817, 
and died in March, 181 7. 

1492 2. SARAH ELIZABETH KEELER, born Ridgebury Jan. 4. 1818; 
married there Oct. 17, 1838, Joseph Prindle, son of Charles Prindle, a 
teacher of vocal music. They lived at Mill Plain, Conn., and he died 
there Nov. 18, 1885, aged 69 years. (3139) 

1493 3. HARRIET KEELER, horn Ridgebury Aug. 21, 1819, and died 
there Sept. 29, 1841. 



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1494 4. NEHEMIAH BRADLEY KEELER. born Ridgebury April 13, 
1821; a farmer; married at North Salem, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1845, Esther 
Rundle, born at North Salem in 1823, daughter of Ezra and Sally Downs 
Rundle. They lived in Mill Plain, where he died Jan. 2, 1893. His 
widow resided there in 1895. (3140) 

1495 5- LEGRAND KEELER, born Ridgebury Jan. 1, 1823; a farmer; 
married at Easton, Conn., Oct. 30, 1850, Sarah Elizabeth Marquand 
Bradley, daughter of Burr and Sally Fanton Bradley, of Easton, Conn., 
where she was born in 1829. She died at Ridgebury Feb. 15, 1862, and 
her husband erected a fine tombstone at her grave. He married, second, 
at North Salem, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1862, Violetta Scofield, born at Oldham, 
England, Dec. 27, 1834; she died March 19, 1878. He married, third, 
Sept. 23, 1878, Sarah Ann Roscoe, of Ridgebury, where they lived, and 
he died there Feb. 8, 1879. (3*44) 

1496 6. JOHN PLATT KEELER, born Ridgebury Dec. 1, 1824; a farmer; 
married at Brewster, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1858, Eliza Ann Mead, daughter of 
John Wesley and Rachel Yeamans Mead, of Brewster, where she was 
born April 6, 1839. They were living at Ridgebury on the farm in 

1895. (3149) 

1497 7. MARIETTE KEELER, born Ridgebury Jan. 21, 1827; died there 
Feb. 24, 1873. 

1498 8. EMILY KEELER, born Ridgebury Oct. 31, 1828; married there, 
Oct. 3, 1854, HALCYON GILBERT BAILEY, son of Gilbert and Nancy 
Read Bailey, of South East, where he was born Aug. 25, 1828. He was 
of the firm of Bailey Brothers, Clothiers, Park Place, New York City, 
then with Smith & Gray in their Greenpoint establishment, and was still 
there in 1894. She was living with her daughter, Dr. Annie K. Bailey, 
at Danbury, Conn., in 1894. (3158) 

1499 9. CHARLES BENNETT KEELER, born Ridgebury July 31, 1830; 
married at Brewster, N. Y., May 4, 1864, ADELAIDE MEAD, daughter 
of John Wesley and Rachel Yeamans Mead, of Brewster, where she was 
born July 14, 1843. They were living in Mill Plain District in the town 
of Danbnry, well-to-do farmers, having pioneered in the gold regions 
of California in 1850. They resided in Mill Plain in 1893. (3160) 

Children of ADONIRAM and CHARLOTTE BRUSH KEELER, of 
Ridgebury, (679) 

1500 1. HIRAM KEELER, born Ridgebury July 21, 1819; a farmer; 
married at North Salem, Sarah Ann Rockwell, daughter of Samuel 
Rockwell. They settled at Condor, N. Y., where she died June 10, 1888- 
He moved to Danby. N. Y., and resided there with his son in 1893. (3163) 

1501 2. ZOPHAR BRUSH KEELER, born Ridgebury Dec. 31, 1821 ; a 
farmer; married there Nov. 2, 1842, HANNAH E. TERRV, daughter of 
Merritt and Susanna Townsend Terry, born May 15, 182 1. They settled 
at Danbury, where they died— he March 2, 1875; she May 26, 1887. (3104) 

1502 3. LYMAN KEELER, born Ridgebury March 14, 1824; a farmer; 
lived at Wilton, Conn., where he married Harriet Davis, daughter of Dr. 
Davis. He died there Aug. 10, 1877. (3166) 

1503 4. HEMAN DICKERSON KEELER, born Ridgebury May 14, 1826; 
a dentist. He lived unmarried in California, Australia, and Idaho City, 
where he died in November, 1869. 

1504 5. SARAH ELEANOR KEELER, born Ridgebury June 11, 1832; 
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from California he engaged in the clothing business at 1180 Broadway, 
New York City, and lived at Ridgebury in September, 1895, spending the 
summers at their cottage at Sheepshead Bay, L. I. 

1505 6. GEORGE BENEDICT KEELER, born Ridgebury March 8, 1836; 
married at Sauth East, N. Y., March 10, 1861, Hattie Amanda Gould, born 
at New Fairfield Nov. 3, 1846. He was a farmer and hatter, and resided 
at Danbury in 1804. (3167) 

1506 7. CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA KEELER, born Ridgebury May 12, 
1838; died there Sept. 5, 1842, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

1507 8. CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA KEELER, born Ridgebury Jan. 28, 
1844; was for years a teacher in the public schools of New York City; 
married Oct. 25, 1886, James H. Taylor, of the firm of Scott, Hubbell & 
Taylor, manufacturers of doors and sashes, at Ashland, Wis., where she 
resided in 1894. 

Children of ISAAC, son of Phineas and Elizabeth Lobdell Keeler, and 
SUSAN WHEELER KEELER, of Akron, Erie County, N. Y. : (681) 

1508 1. Cordelia Keeler, born Clarendon, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1833; married 
Feb. 15, i860, Ambrose B. Comstock, and resided at Sylvania, O. She 
died Feb. 28. 1892. No children. 

1509 2. Emma L. Keeler, born Akron, N. Y. ; not married; she died at 
Sylvania, O., Oct. 16, 1867. 

1510 3. Mark Keeler, born Akron, N. Y. ; married Oct. 3, i860, Amelia 
Klinck, and resided at 567 Monroe avenue, Rochester, N. Y., in 1892. 

Children of JOHN and SELINDA BOSS KEELER, of Fredonia, 
Chautauqua County, N. Y. : (682 ) 

151 1 1. Truman Phineas Keeler, born Camillus, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1826; 
married at Worcester, N. Y., Feb. 16, 185 1, Candace Cummings. He 
died April 28, 1889, at Worcester, N. Y. 

1512 2. Amelia Keeler, born Camillus, N. Y., March 12, 1829; married 
Feb. 14, 1857, William H. Smith, and settled at Fredonia, N. Y., where 
she resided in 1892, and where he died Feb. 11, 1892. (3168) 

1513 3- Ann Adelia Keeler, born in Orleans County, N. Y., April 10, 1834; 
married at Fredonia, Sept. 2, 1857, Ludulphy P. Osmer, born Nov. 5, 
1832. He died in New Mexico Feb. 8, 1876. She resided at Jamestown, 
N. Y., in 1893.(3171) 

1514 4. Melinda Keeler, born Clarendon, N. Y., June 12, 1836; died at 
Pomfret, N. Y., March 10, 1845. 

1515 5- William Henry Keeler, born Clarendon, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1838; 
married in 1865, Susie A. Pedler, and moved to California. She died at 
Stockton, Cal., in 1886. He resided at Detroit, Mich., in 1892. (3176) 

15 16 6. Elizabeth Lobdell Keeler, born Clarendon, N. Y., March 27, 1841 ; 
she died in Fredonia Dec. 11, i860, of typhoid fever, in the 20th year of 
her age. 

Children of TERTULLUS L. and REBECCA HAYES KEELER, of 
West Milton, N. Y. : (683) 

1517 1. Mary Elizabeth Keeler, born Wilton, Saratoga County, N. Y. r 
Jan. 4, 1829; married Silas Walter. She died at West Milton May 7, 
1878. (3178) 

1518 2. Henry Keeler, born Milton Feb. 28, 1836 ; married Hannah Young, 
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1519 3. Isaac Keeler, born Milton March 16, 1841 ; married Clarissa Olds, 
and settled at Washington, D. C. ; resided there in 1894. 

Children of EDMOND P. and PATIENCE M. BEARDSLEY KEELER, 
of East Galway, N. Y. : (685) 

1520 1. Mary Ellen Keeler, born Oct. 19, i860; married Sept. 20, 1879, 
F. B. Wanmer, and resided at Ballston Spa in 1894. 

1521 2. Laurentine Keeler, born Nov. 29, 1867; married in 1885, C. A. 
Smith ; resided at Ballston Spa in 1894. 

1522 3. Clara Keeler, born April 15, 1809; married Nov. 8, 1892, A. G. 
Savage, and resided at Galway, N. Y., in 1894. 

Children of JOSIAH, JR., and BETSEY BRADLEY KEELER, of 
Galway, N. Y. : (690) 

1523 1. Ira Keeler; history unknown. 

1524 2. Philip Keeler; history unknown. 

1525 3. Rufus Keeler, born Galway, N. Y., March 4, 1808; a tanner. 
Settled at Rochester, N. Y., where he was elected mayor of the city. His 
wife's and children's names were not obtained. A letter addressed to 
them by the compiler received no attention. 

1526 4. Mary Keeler; history unknown, only that she resided at Rochester. 

Children of ISAAC, son of Thomas and Anna Squires Keeler, and 
MARY PALMER KEELER, of Norwalk, and Albany, N. Y. : (693a) 

1526a 1. Jeremiah P. Keeler, born Albany, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1803; married 

at Norwalk, Oct. 28, 1832, Sally Ann Raymond, who was born at Stam- 
ford Oct. 30, 1803. They settled at Norwalk, where they lived and died — 
he May 18, 1848; she in June, 1874. (3185a) 

1526b 2. James Keeler, born Albany, N. Y. ; particulars not obtained. 

1526c 3. Walter Thomas Keeler, born Albany, N. Y., May 5, 1808; married 

July 28, 1836, Priscilla H. Ford, born at Greenwich June 30, 181 1, and 
settled at Stamford, where he died April 21, 1864. She died at Greenwich, 
Conn., Oct. 21, 1878. (3185b) 

I526d 4. Sarah Maria Keeler; married Benjamin Griffen. 

1526c 5. Mary Catharine Keeler; married James Snyder, and resided in 

Brooklyn in 1896. (3185) 

I526f 6. George Keeler; not married. 

I520g 8. Sarah Jane Keeler; married Charles Webb. 

I526h 8. Mary Elizabeth Keeler; married, first, Charles Morrell; second, 

William Beatty. 

Children of NATHANIEL and RHODA LAWRENCE KEELER, of 
North Salem and Clifton Park, N. Y. : (682) 

I526i 1. Elizabeth Keeler, born North Salem, N. Y., May 20, 1786; married 

James Blatchley, a farmer, son of Seely Blatchley, of Jordanville, N. Y., 
where they settled. She died there Oct. 18, 1865, and he, Feb. 15, 1872. 

1526J 2. Isaac Keeler, born North Salem March 31, 1792; married at 

Half Moon, N. Y., April 23, 1814. Clarissa Althouse. born April i f 1798^ 
daughter of Peter and Nellie Williams Althouse, the ceremony being 
performed by the Rev. Abijah Peck. They settled at Clifton Park, 
where he died Dec. 9, 1830. She was married, second, by the Rev. A. 
Peck, to Barney Whyland. (3*77*) 

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Nov 30, 18 1 6, Margaret Shepard, daughter of Alexander and Margaret 
Mcintosh Shepard, at Clifton Park, N. Y., where she was born June 19, 
1796. They settled in Clifton Park, and both died there— he July 16, 
1866, and she April 25, 1891. (3i77ee) 
1526I 4. Rachel P. Keeler, born North Salem July 31, 1709. She married 

Abel Biggs, a farmer near Jordanville, N. Y., where they settled, and she 
died Oct 2, 1884. 

Children of DANIEL, JR., son of Daniel and Elizabeth Burr Keeler, and 
ANNA RANDALL KEELER, of Bridgewater, Conn. : (704) 

1527 1. Eliza Keeler, born Bridgewater; married Isaac Mallett; date 
of death not given. 

1528 2. Julia Keeler, born Bridgewater; married Nelson Hallock; date of 
death not given. 

*529 3- Angeline Keeler, born Bridgewater; no further account obtained. 

1530 4. Adaline Keeler, born Bridgewater; married George Lewis Bron- 

son; date of death not given. 
*53i 5- Delia Keeler, born Bridgewater; married Thorp; date 

of death unknown. 

1532 6. Melissa Keeler, born Bridgewater; married Martin Cole; date of 
death not known. 

Children of STEPHEN B., son of Daniel and Elizabeth Burr Keeler, 
and his first wife, SALLY PADDOCK KEELER, of Ridgebury, 
Conn. : (703) 

1533 1. Nancy Keeler, born about 1781 ; married Asahel Osborn, of 
Ridgefield. (3186) 

1534 2. Hannah Keeler; further unknown. 

By his second wife, SALLY PADDOCK KEELER, of Bridgewater: 

1535 3- Hiram Keeler, born New Milford, Conn., in 1804; married Sally 
Peck, and resided at Bridgewater, Conn. (3193) 

1536 4. Daniel Keeler, born March 20, 1806 ; married Jan. 3, 1832, Minerva 
Peck, and settled in Bridgewater. (3200) 

*537 5- James H. Keeler, born in 1807; married Harriet Skidmore, and 

settled in Bridgewater. He died there in 1896. (3206) 

1538 6. Sarah Keeler, born in 1810; married Marcus B. Mallett, and settled 
in Bridgewater. (3211) 

1539 7- Silas Keeler, born in 1812; married Ruth Merwin, and settled in 
. Bridgewater. (3214) 

1540 8. Burr Keeler, born Bridgewater in 1814 ; married Cornelia Edwards 
and settled there. (3216) 

1541 9. Esther Keeler, born Bridgewater; never married; died (date not 
given) . 

Children of ALEXANDER and RUTHAMAH KEELER RESSEGUIE, 
of Ridgefield: (705) 

1542 1. Eliza Resseguie, born Ridgefield May 7, 1800; married Nelson 
Hallock, who deserted her. She died at Ridgefield Oct. 30, 1852, and 
was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

1543 2. Lewis Resseguie, born Ridgefield; of unsound mind, he died June 
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Children of GOULD and ESTHER KEELER SMITH, of Ridge- 
field: (707) 
1543a 1. Esther Smith; died unmarried, aged about 20 years. 

1544 2. Jesse Gould Smith, born Ridgefield about 1810; resided at Nor- 
walk, and died there Aug. 23, 1894. 

Child of DANIEL and ESTHER KEELER WARREN, of Ridge- 
field : (709) 

1545 1. Silas K. Warren, born Ridgefield, and settled at Rochester, N. Y. 

Children of DAVID and ANNA SANFORD KEELER, of Kortright, 
N. Y.: (710) 

1546 1. DAVID KEELER, born Kortright Oct. 20, 1801 ; unmarried; 
resided at Kortright. 

1547 2. EZRA KEELER, born Kortright May 30, 1803; married at 
Greenwich, Conn., Mary Sherwood; she died July 8, 1838. He married, 
second, at Port Chester, Jane Burridge. They settled at Greenwich and 
there died — she Sept. 2, 1868 ; he Jan. 3, 1869. He was a Selectman, 
Justice of the Peace, and Member of Assembly. (3217) 

1548 3. ABIGAIL KEELER, born Kortright April 28, 1805; died in 
1868, unmarried. 

1549 4. ARVILLE KEELER, born Kortright May 22, 1807; died there in 
1842, unmarried. 

1550 5- WARD KEELER, born Kortright Sept. 4, 1809; married at Hot 
Springs, Ark., Dec. 10, 1844, Barbara Ann Kimbrough, born Feb. 23, 1828. 
They moved to Texas, where he founded a town at Iredell and was 
County Judge, and where they died — he Sept. 19, 1871 ; she July 6, 
1876. (3218) 

1551 6. STEPHEN SANFORD KEELER, born Kortright, N. Y., Jan. 
12, 1812; married at Delhi, Nov. 13, 1833, AMELIA BENTON NORTH, 
born at Berlin, Conn., May 4, 181 5. They settled at Hot Springs, Ark., 
but were driven from there by the Confederates, and died from exposure 
at Little Rock March 3, 1864, and were buried there. (3228) 

1552 7. BURR KEELER, born Kortright April 20, 1814; a carpenter; 
married Dec. 5, 1850, JANE O'NEILL, and settled at West Kort- 
right. (3237) 

1553 8. EMILY KEELER, born Kortright Feb. 17, 1818, and died at 
Delhi Aug. 1, 1863, unmarried. 

1554 9. ESTHER ANN KEELER, born Kortright Sept. 6, 1820; resided 
at Delhi, N. Y., at last account. 

1555 10. IRA B. KEELER, born Kortright May 17, 1823; married Jane 
Lawson, and settled at Kortright. 

1556 11. ADELIA MARIA KEELER, born Kortright July 3. 1825. and 
resided at Delhi, N. Y. 

1557 12. SARAH ANN' KEELER, born Kortright March 27, 1827; married 
ANDREW ADAIR, of Davenport, N. Y., and died May 11, 1809. 

Children of MARTIN and PATIENCE MACE KEELER, of Kort- 
right, N. Y.: (711) 

1558 1. Martin Keeler, Jr., born Kortright June 13, 1803; a merchant; 
married at South Kortright, Dec. 19, 1827, Harriet Hitchcock, born at 
Delhi, N. Y. They settled at Delhi, where he died Nov. 7, 1865. She 
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nearly forty years he was prominently connected with the politics of 
the town. His family resided at Kortright, Delaware County, N. Y.,. 
in 1894. (3243) 

1559 2. Burr Keeler, born Kortright April 25, 1805; a farmer; married at 
South Kortright, Feb. 21, 1827, Elizabeth Ann Barlow, who was born 
there July 16, 1808. She died at Chicago, 111., Nov. 8, 1873, and was 
buried at East Kortright, N. Y. He died there June 30, 1885. (3246) 

1560 3. Stephen H. Keeler, born Kortright Oct. 24, 1807; a merchant; 
married at Bloomville, N. Y., May 20, 1832, Elizabeth Syman Merwin, 
born at Kortright Dec. 30, 1807. He was a member of the New York 
State Assembly in 1841. They were living at Kortright in 1876. He 
died at Bloomville, N. Y. (3255) 

1561 4. FRANCES MARIA KEELER, born Kortright Nov. 22, 1810; 
married at South Kortright, Aug. 14, 1832, ROBERT S. MARSHALL, 
a physician, born Kortright Feb. 2, 1806. He died at Park Bar, Yuba 
River, Cal., Nov. 8, 1850. She lived at Hobart, N. Y., in 1876. (3263) 

1562 5. GEORGE W. KEELER, born Kortright April 13, 1814, and died 
there Sept. 3, 1816. 

1563 6. EDMUND KEELER, born Kortright May 20, 1816; a merchant; 
married there, June 12, 1844, MARTHA JANE LEAL, born at Kort- 
right July 7, 1824. He died at North Kortright Sept. 21, 1850. She 
resided there in 1893. (3271) 

1564 7. George Keeler, born South Kortright, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1820, and died 
there June 4, 1829. 

1565 8. Delia Keeler, born South Kortright March 23. 1822, and was living 
there in 1876; married at Albany, N. Y., James Gemnel. She died at 
Stamford, N. Y., July 3, 1892, and was buried at South Kortright. 

1566 9. Charles Keeler, born South Kortright Jan. 30, 1826; died un- 
married, Jan. 24, 1868. 

1567 10. Clark Keeler, born South Kortright Sept. 26, 1828, and died 
there in infancy, March 11, 1829. 

Children of JOHN and POLLY MEAD KEELER, of Kortright and 
Moravia, N. Y. : (712) 

1568 1. Morris Keeler, born Kortright June 25, 1804; a combmaker; mar- 
ried at Ridgebury, Conn., by Rev. George Benedict, to Mary Abbott, born 
near Miry Brook Feb. 12, 181 1. They settled on a farm at Moravia, 
N. Y., and resided there in 1876. No children. 

1569 2. Sally Keeler, born Kortright, N. Y., April 20, 1806; married at 
Moravia Jan. 30, 1830, Henry Alley, a mason, son of William and Phebe 
Dusenbury Alley, of Sempronius (now Moravia), N. Y., where he was 
born Dec. 3, 1803. They resided there till death. He died Oct. 3, 1880. 
She died April 18, 1890, and was buried at Moravia, N. Y. (3275) 

1570 3. Huldah Keeler, born Kortright March 30, 1808; married in 1830, 
John Dennis. She died Jan. 3, 1873, at or near New Hope P. O. He 
was living at New Hope in 1877. (3285) 

1571 .4. William Keeler, born Kortright May 25, 1810; a farmer; married 
at Moravia, N. Y., July 6, 1835, Lucy Hussey, daughter of Reuben and 
Phebe Morgan Hussey, of Moravia, who was born at Will ink, N. Y., 
Nov. 26, 181 1. They settled at Moravia, where she died March 26, 1891. 
He still lives there, and has been president of the Moravia National Bank 
since 1885. (3291) 

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moved the same year he was born to Sempronius, N. Y. He married 
Oct. 22, 1837, Eliza Allee, born in New York City April 28, 181 1. They 
settled at Moravia, where he was Under Sneriff for three years and 
Deputy Sheriff twelve years. He died Feb. 16, 1885, and she died Feb. 
25, 1885, at Moravia, N. Y. (3295) 
1573 6. Israel Keeler, born Sempronius (now Moravia), N. Y., Sept. 20, 

1815; an iron founder; married there June 14, 1836, CAROLINE 
STEWART, daughter of Daniel B. and Fanny Hill Stewart, of Ben- 
nington, Vt., where she was born in 1818. They settled in Moravia, 
N. Y., and resided there in 1894. (3296) 

3574 7- John Keeler, born Moravia, N. Y., March 13, 1819; died un- 
married, in October, 1842. 

3575 8. Lucinda Keeler, born Moravia Jan. 4, 1822; married there, Nov. 
28, 1838, James Allee, brother of Thompson Keeler's wife, Eliza Allee. 
He was born in New York City June 15, 1813. They settled at Moravia, 
where he died Sept. 26, 1850. She was living on the same farm in 
July, 1877. (3305) 

Children of JARED and SARAH KEELER GOODRICH, of Kort- 
right, N. Y. : (713) 

1576 1. Laura Goodrich, born Kortright July 13, 1804; married Aug. 28, 
1825, Judson Wilcox, a grocer, born Harpersfield, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1795. 
They resided at Catskill, N. Y., in 1876. 

1577 2. Sarah Goodrich, born July 9, 1806, at Kortright, where she married 
Lewis Mills, and was living at Stamford, N. Y., in 1876, a widow. 

Children of ABIJAH and SARAH MOREY KEELER, of Auburn, 
Cayuga County, N. Y. : (714) 

1578 1. Mary Ann Keeler, born Auburn, N. Y., in 1813; died there in 
infancy. 

1579 2. ALPA MARIA KEELER, born Auburn Jan. 3, 181 5; married at 
Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1836, CLARK B. BACKUS, a merchant, born 
at Fort Ann, N. Y., April 7, 1807. They lived at Buffalo, N. Y., at 
Dexter and Adrian, Mich., and at Toledo, O. She united with the Pres- 
byterian Church at Auburn, where the records call her Alpha Maria, 
from which she was transferred to the church at Buffalo. He served as 
Postmaster and Justice of the Peace at Adrian, Mich. (3307) 

1580 3. Sarah Keeler, born Auburn. Oct. 9, 1816 ; married at Eden Corners, 
N. Y., Aug. 3, 1837, ALBERT MERVILLE BAKER, a lawyer, born 
there Feb. 17, 1818. They lived at Buffalo, N. Y., and moved to Adrian, 
Mich., where he died July 20, i860. She was still living at Adrian in 

1877. (3309) 

1581 4. Horace Mills Keeler, born at Auburn about 1818, and died in 
childhood. 

1582 5. James Keeler, born Auburn about 1820. and died in childhood. 

1583 6. Jane A. Keeler, born Auburn ; married at Adrian, Mich., Addis E. 
Chamberlain. They lived at Cincinnati. O.. in April, 1877. 

1584 7. Isaac M. Keeler, born Auburn, and died at Cincinnati, aged about 
33 years. 

-1585 8. Catharine K. Keeler, born Auburn April 7, 1826; married John B. 

Cook at Cincinnati. O. They were living at Adrian, Mich., in 1877. 
3586 9. Charles E, Keeler, born Auburn; was living in 1869; history 

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1587 10. Elizabeth Van Anden Keeler, born Auburn ; married at Cincinnati,. 
O., SAMUEL W. WALKER, and was living at Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1877- 
Others say he resides at Cincinnati. 

Children of SILAS and REBECCA BALDWIN KEELER, of Kort- 
right, N. Y.:( 7 i7) 

1588 1. DELOS M. KEELER, born Kortright Centre, N. Y., Sept. 24, 
1815; a merchant; married at Auburn, N. Y., June 19, 1844,. ELIZABETH 
TEN EYCK, born at Auburn, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1817, and died there Nov, 
23, 185 1. He married, second, Oct. 31, 1856, at Brooklyn, N. Y., 
CATHARINE G. TAYLOR, born Boston, Mass., Dec. 16, 1817. They 
settled in Auburn, to which place he went at 16 years of age, and he 
died there Oct. 1, 1868. (3315) 

1589 2. CHARLES B. KEELER, born Kortright Centre Dec. 5,. 1819; 
married at Seneca Falls, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1849, Widow NANCY CLARK 
HUTCHINSON, of New York City, who was born at Clarksville, near 
Auburn, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1823. They died at Seneca Falls, N. Y.— she 
Aug. 22, 1853, and he July 7, 1874. (3318) 

Children of SILAS and (his second wife) RHODA SEYMOUR 
KEELER, of Seneca Falls, N. Y.: (7*7) 

1590 3- SARAH JANE KEELER, born Seneca Falls, N. Y., Aug. 29,. 
1837; not married. 

1591 4. MARY KEELER, born Seneca Falls April 10, 1840; resided 
there, unmarried, in 1876. 

1592 5. EUGENE KEELER, born Seneca Falls, and died there June 
25, 1842. 

Children of BRADLEY and POLLY PLATT KEELER, of Ridgefield,. 
Conn.: (720) 

1593 1. HARRIET KEELER, born in Ridgefield, Conn., May 18, 1810; 
married CHARLES GILBERT. They died and were buried at Titicus,. 
Conn. (3319) 

1594 2. DELILAH KEELER, born Ridgefield Feb. 19, 1812; married 
MOSES BURR, a farmer. They were living at West Reading, Conn., 
in 1873. (3322) 

1595 3. HULL KEELER, born Ridgefield March 20, 1814; resided at 
Limestone, not married, in 1873. 

1596 4. ELIZA ANN KEELER, born Ridgefield April 22, 1816; married 
HENRY GILBERT. He died May 6, 1873. She resided, a widow, in 
Ridgefield in 1873- (3324) 

1597 5. PHILIP BURR KEELER, born Ridgefield June 21, 1818; a 
miller; married there Dec. 18, 1850, PHEBE HAVILAND, aand resided 
at Limestone in 1873. No children. 

1598 6. MARY KEELER, born Ridgefield Feb. 4, 182 1 ; married there 
Jan. 11, 1847, BENJAMIN FOSTER, and settled at Danbury, where 
they resided in 1873. (3326) 

1599 7- PLATT KEELER, born Ridgefield May 11, 1823; a carpenter; 
married Mary Crofut, of Danbury, anad lived at Weston, Conn., in 1873. 

1600 8. ESTHER KEELER, born Ridgefield Feb. 8, 1826, and died 
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Children of DAVID and ELIZABETH KEELER PLATT, of Reading, 
Conn. : (723) 

1601 1. HENRY BURR PLATT, born Reading, Conn.; a farmer; mar- 
ried Dec. 18, 1850, Ann Haviland, and settled at West Reading, Conn., 
where they were living in 1873. 

1602 2. HARRIET PLATT. born Reading, Conn.; married Ebenezer F. 
Foster. They lived at West Reading in 1874. 

Children of RICHARD S. and SALLY KEELER BOUTON, of West- 
port, Conn. : (725) 

1603 1. SYLVESTER BOUTON, born (supposed) in Ridgefield. His 
father settled at Westport, where he died about 1875. Sylvester was a 
sailor, and was drowned in New York harbor before 1870. 

1604 2. HANNAH MARIA BOUTON (unknown) ; her brother said he 
had been informed that she had lived in Greenpoint, L. I., but inquiry 
there did not result in giving any account of her. 

1605 3- JAMES BOUTON; was a soldier in the War of the Rebellion 
in 1861, and died in the service at Washington, D. C. 

1606 4. NAPOLEON BOUGHTON (spelling his name with the g-h), 
born Westport, Conn., Sept. 16, 1832 ; married in New Haven, Conn., Sept. 
16, 1867, Delia Atwood, and settled there on his return from sea (as 
related by himself to the writer). At the age of 16 (1848) he left home 
and went on a whaling voyage, which he continued for four voyages to 
the South Pacific Ocean. Returning, he arrived at New York at the 
commencement of the Rebellion, when he entered the naval service 
under Commander Armstrong, of the steamer State of Georgia, of the 
W r est India Squadron. In October, 1862, he was commissioned acting 
ensign of the Neptune, and served through to the end of the war. On 
returning after the war to New Haven, he married, as above, and estab- 
lished himself in the trucking business, which proved a success, and he 
built himself a handsome dwelling at No. 235 Lombard street, New 
Haven, where he was living in 1890. No children. 

Children of STREET H. and LUCY TROWBRIDGE KEELER, of 
Westport, Conn. : (726) 

1607 1. AUGUSTUS S. KEELER, born Westport, Conn., Nov. 15, 1835; 
graduated at Clinton Liberal Institute, Clinton, N. Y. ; married at Holy- 
oke, Mass., Oct. 10, 1863, AMANDA MALVINA CONKLIN. He died 
at Milwaukee, Wis. She was living at Holyoke, Mass., in 1875. 

1608 2. SARAH FRANCES KEELER, born Westport Nov. 27, 1838, and 
died there Jan. 25, 1845. 

1609 3. SARAH ELIZABETH KEELER, born Westport March 7, 1847; 
died there May 19, 1847. 

1610 4. FRANCES IMOGENE KEELER, born Westport Oct 23, 1848; 
graduated at Clinton Liberal Institute; married at New Haven, Oct. 23, 
1867, ALVIN P. SANFORD, who was born Aug. 4, 1846. They were 
living at 208 Elm street, New Haven, in 1875. (3327) 

161 1 5. THOMAS S. KEELER, born Westport March 13, 1852. He also 
graduated at the Clinton Liberal Institute, and was unmarried in 1875. 

Children of DAVID, JR., and ABIGAIL SKEELS KEELER, of 
Switzerland, Ind. : (730) 

1612 1. William Skeels Keeler, born Rutland, Vt, Nov. 4, 1800; a cooper; 



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the date of his first marriage and the name of his first wife could not 
be learned, neither the date or place of her death. His second wife was 
Amy Ellice Mitchell, to whom he was married Dec. 6, 1857. He died 
in Ralls County, Mo., Jan. 11, 1876. She died April 7, 1884. (3329) 

1613 2. Jesse Keeler, born probably in Vermont. It is said he married and 
settled in Keokuk, la., where he reared a family, none of whom could be 
found up to the present writing (1893). 

1614 3. Sophronia Keeler, born Essex County, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1804; 
married Aug. 10, 1834, Benjamin U. Watkins. They settled in Stearns 
County, Minn., where she died March 25, 1870. 

1615 4. Hernando Cortez Keeler, born Essex County, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1808;' 
married (date not obtained) Maria Looker, and died May 28, 1886, at 
Lipton, Ind. (3338) 

1616 5. Julia Ann Keeler, born in Vermont, 181 1 (exact date not known) ; 
married in 1834, Cyrus Kilgore ; died at Abilene, Kan., in 1877. (3349) 

Child of EBENEZER and MEAD KEELER, of Lysander, 

N. Y.:(730 

1617 1. Hendricks Keeler; lived, it is said, in Rochester, N. Y. 

Children of JESSE and SARAH BOUTON (daughter of Stephen and 

Mercy Andrus Bouton, of South Salem, N. Y. See Bouton- Boughton 

Genealogy) KEELER, of South Salem, N. Y. : (732) 

;6i8 1. Sally Maria Keeler, born South Salem, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1802; 

married there, as his second wife, Dec. 24, 1829, David Keeler, son of 

Benjamin Keeler and grandson of Timothy Keeler, of Ridgefield, Conn., 

where he was born March 5, 1799. They moved to Battle Creek, Mich., 

in 1848, and died there Dec. 23, 1859. His first wife was Betty Mead, 

whom he married May 16, 1821. (3355 and 3357) 

1619 2. Clara Keeler, born South Salem Oct. 15, 1804; married there Sept. 
22, 1829, Jeremiah Loder, born Cross River March 17, 1807. He died 
in New York City June 6. 1834. She married, second, April 24, 1844, in 
New York City, Abraham Frost, who was born at New Castle, N. Y., 
Nov. 3, 1791. They settled in Bedford, Mich., where they died — he in 
1868; she Jan. 12, 1871. (3358) 

1620 3- Betsey Keeler, born South Salem Feb. 17, 1807; went to Lysander, 
N. Y., where she died unmarried, Jan. 23, 1859. 

1621 4. Polly Keeler, born South Salem March 5, 1809; married at Cato. 
N. Y., George S. Gilbert, and settled at Lysander, N. Y., and died there — 
she March 9, 1869. (3360) 

1622 5. Laura Keeler, born South Salem April 17, 181 1; married at Cato, 
N. Y., Sept. 2, 1841, Andrew W. Baird, a farmer, born Charleston, N. Y., 
April 6, 1806. They lived at Lysander in 1874. (3365) 

1623 6. Rhoda Keeler, born South Salem March 26, 1814; died there in 
April, 1833. 

Children of JOHN and HULDAH K. KEELER (daughter of Jeremiah 
and Huldah Hull Keeler) BOUTON, of South Salem, N. Y.: (471) 

1624 1. Mary Bouton, born South Salem March 2, 1814; married Edward 
M. Lane, and resided at Peekskill, N. Y. 

1625 2. Ann Bouton, born South Salem April 4, 1816; married Augustus 
Hull ; were living at South Salem in 1893. 

'626 3. Chauncey Bouton, born South Salem Nov. 14, 181 7; married Mary 

M. Lawrence; he died at Boutonville in July, 1869. 



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1627 4. Sperry Bouton, born South Salem Dec. 10, 1819; married Sept. 18, 
1844, Rhoda Mead. He died at North Salem May 21, 1856. 

1628 5. Emily Bouton, born Pound Ridge April 19, 1821; not married. 

1629 6. Charlotte Bouton, born Pound Ridge Feb. 28, 1824; married, first, 
Dec. 13, 1854, John M. Fancher; he died March 30, 1864. She married, 
second, in November, 1877, Jacob Webster, and resided at South Salem 
in 1894. 

1630 7. Elizabeth Bouton, born in 1828, and died in infancy at Pound 
Ridge. 

163 1 8. Andress Bouton, born in 1833; died in infancy at Pound Ridge. 

Children of THADDEUS H. and LAURA ANN AVERY KEELER, of 
South Salem, N. Y. : (478) 

1632 1. Jeremiah W. Keeler, born South Salem Sept. 21, 1825; married 
Augusta Brinkerhoff, and moved in 1859 to Croton Falls, where he edited 
the Croton Falls News. In 1894 he was City Engineer of Danbury. (3369) 

1633 2. Huldah Ann Keeler, born South Salem April 18, 1828; she died at 
South Salem Oct. 18, 1889. 

1634 3. Elisha Avery Keeler, born South Salem Oct. 18, 1830; married 
Julia A. Keeler. He died March 3, 1880. She resided at South Salem 
in 1890. (3376) 

1635 4- Timothy J. C. Keeler, born South Salem May 6, 1833; married 
Harriet Sherwood, born June 20, 1834. He died Feb. 17, 1888. She 
resided at Danbury in 1894. (3379) 

1636 5. Joseph W. Keeler, born South Salem May 10, 1837; not married. 
He died at South Salem May 29, 1863. 

Children of JOHN ELY and MARY ELIZABETH FOSTER KEELER, 
of Brooklyn and Flushing, L. I. : (480) 

1637 1. Mary Gazella Keeler, born Brooklyn June 13, 1852; died Oct. 26, 

1853. 

1638 2. John Foster Keeler, born Flushing, L. I., Dec. 18, 1854; married 
Nov. 15, 1882, Mary G. Foster, born April 13, 1856, at Stonington, Conn. 
They resided in Brooklyn in 1894. (3384) 

1639 3. Charles Arthur Keeler, born Flushing Oct. 24, 1856; died at 
Elizabeth, N. J., in 1874. 

1640 4. Eugenia F. Keeler, born Flushing Oct. I, 1863; died at Brooklyn 
Feb. 10, 1894. 

Children of BENJAMIN and POLLY SEYMOUR KEELER, of South 
Salem, N. Y.: M3) 

1641 1. BURR KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., July 24, 1807; married 
Dec. 10, 1829, Sally Hoyt, born at Vista July 28, 1809. They lived in 
Lewisboro, and moved in 1873 to the south end of the village of Ridge- 
field. (3387) 

1642 2. ELIZA KEELER, born Green's Farms, Conn., July 13, 1810; 
married about 1833, AARON T. STAPLES, and settled in Norwalk, and 
later moved to Danbury, where they both died of typhoid fever — he on the 
evening of April 18, 1862, and she the next morning. (3392) 

1643 3- DAVID H. KEELER, born South Salem, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1812; 
a cabinet maker at Brewster, N. Y. ; married in May, 183*), FREELOVE 
ANN BAILEY, who was born at Brewster Dec. 23, 1814. They lived 
at Peekskill, N. Y., and moved in June, 1854, to Middletown, N. Y. f where 
they resided in 1875. (3400) 



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1644 4- SARAH ANN KEELER, born South Salem Feb. 26, 1815; married 
there, Dec. 30, 1837, ISAAC N. POWELL, a carriage maker of Ridgefield, 
born Williamsburgh, L. I., Nov. 8, 1813, and settled in Bridgeport, 
Conn. (3406) 

1645 5- JAMES H. KEELER, born South Salem Aug. 11, 1817; married 
tnere Aug. 30, 1838, EMELINE SMITH, born Westport, Conn., Nov. 
8, 1821. (3412) 

1646 6. WILLIAM L. KEELER, born South Salem Oct. 2, 1819; married 
there Feb. 24, 1858, LYDIA ANN TUCKER, born Feb. 13, 1834. They 
were living at South Salem in 1875. (34*6) 

1647 7- SAMUEL I. KEELER, born South Salem Jan. 22, 1822; married 
at Hastings-on-the-Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1845, CAROLINE ODELL, 
who was born at Hastings Aug. 24, 1823 ; she died at Yonkers, N. Y., Jan. 
19, 1849. He married, second, March 13, 1849, Harriet Amelia Odell, 
who died at Hastings May 14, 1871. He married, third, Nov. 25, 1873, 
Widow JESSIE GOODMAN Hoyt, born in London, England, in 1823. 
They were living at Hastings, N. Y., in 1877. (3427) 

Children of ASA and DEBORAH KEELER BAKER, of Bakerville. 
Conn.: (735) 

1648 1. WILLIAM S. BAKER, born Bakerville, Conn., Nov. 28, 1814; 
married Nov. 15, 1840, FANNY M. RODGERS, born Sept. 15, 1821. 
They were living at New Hartford in April, 1877. A portrait and bio- 
graphical sketch of him was published in the American Journal of 
Education, Vol. 14. 

1649 2. SARAH BAKER, born New Hartford in October, 1816. She 
was living at Burrville, Conn., in 1877, unmarried. 

1650 3. JOHN F. BAKER, born Bakerville; married at Salisbury, in 1847,. 
CLARA BENJAMIN. They lived at Winsted, Conn., until about 1874, 
then moved to Southington, and resided there in 1877. 

1651 4. SCOTT BAKER, born Bakerville in 1821 ; married ABBY BUR- 
WELL, and was living in Birmingham, Conn., in 1877. 

1652 5. CHARLES L. BAKER, born Bakerville July 4, 1823, and died 
in May, 1847. 

1653 6. EMILY L. BAKER, born Bakerville April 2, 183 1 ; married in 
1851, HIRAM W. POND, born about 1823. They lived at Winsted, 
Conn., in January, 1875. 

Children of JOHN and THAMAR JANE BRYANT KEELER, of 
South Salem, N. Y. : (736) 

1654 1. Sarah C. Keeler, born South Salem, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1828; married 
there, Dec. 4, 1855, to SAMUEL T. JONES, a farmer of North Stam- 
ford, where they were living in 1873. (3429) 

1655 2. Laura J. Keeler, born South Salem Aug. 21, 1832; married there, 
Dec. 14, 1854, JAMES LOBDELL, born at North Salem. They settled 
at Bridgeport, Conn., where he died, and she married, second, JAMES 
OSBORN, and resided at North Salem. Both died in 1873. (3436) 

1656 3. Nelson Keeler, born South Salem May 8, 1838; married in October, 
1859, Annette Stebbins, born at Ridgefield, Conn. They resided at South 
Salem in 1873. (3434) 

Children of LEWIS and LOIS PRESTON KEELER, of New York 
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l6tf i. LEWIS H. KEELER, bom in New York City Feb. 27, 1804; a 

jnercjiaflt; parried and settled in Mobile, Ala., where they lived in 1873. 

j6$ 2. JOHN KEELER, born New York City March 17, 1895, and died 

in September, 1807. 

1659 3. STEPHEN KEELER, born New York City, Oct. 24, 1806 ; a ship- 
master; married ALICE MAXWELL, of Brooklyn, daughter of Capt 
Solomon Maxwell. He was master of the ship Comet, which was 
wrecked near Rotterdam Oct. 24, 1834, at which time he lost his life. 
§he died in Brooklyn Dec. 25, 1852. (3439) 

1660 4- JOHN KEELER, born New York City Sept. 4, 1808. He was 
drowned Nov. 4, 1833, at Fort Hamilton, a few days before he was to 
have heen married. 

1661 5- SARAH ANN KEELER, born New York City March 4, 1810; 
married BENJAMIN GRUBER, a carpenter, born in Pennsylvania. 
They settled at Brodhead, Wis., on a farm, where he died in April, 1872. 
She lived in Brooklyn in 1873. 

1662 6. NATHAN KEELER, born New York City Nov. 25, 18x1; a 
grocer; married SARAH CHUMAR. They settled at Trenton, where 
he died in November, 1873. (3440 

1663 7. ALFRED KEELER, born New York City March 12, 1813. He 
settled at Vienna, Ga., where he died unmarried, Jan. 10, 1838. 

1664 8. MARY KEELER, born New York City Dec. 28, 1814; married 
June io, 1836, Joshua R. Willetts, born at Mount Holly, N. J., Dec. 21, 
1810. They settled in New York, where he died March 6, 1858. She 
resided in New York City in 1873. (3447) 

1665 9. THADDEUS KEELER, born New York City Feb. 14, 1816; 
married in 1845, MARY GRANNIS. They lived in New York until 1868, 
and then moved to Morristown, N. J., and resided there in 1873. (3451) 

1666 10. JEREMIAH KEELER, born New York City Aug. 8, 1817, and 
was drowned near Fort Hamilton, being run down by the steamboat 
Bolivar in a small boat in which he and his brother John were on their 
way to New York, Nov. 4, 1833. 

1667 11. WILLIAM KEELER, born Fort Hamilton, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1819; 
married in New York City, July 7, 1850, MARTHA C. SPARKS, born in 
Vermont April 30, 1826. They were living at 73 Poplar street, Brooklyn, 
in 1873. No children. 

1668 12. HARRIET KEELER, born Fort Hamilton, N. Y., Nov. 14. 
1822; married there in November, 1839, HENRY BURTIS, of Foster's 
Meadows, L. I. They settled at Trenton, N. J., and were living there 
in 1873. (3453) 

1669 13. JAMES KEELER, born Fort Hamilton March 20, 1824; married 
in New York City, Charlotte Tice. They settled in Jersey City, N. J., 
and resided there in 1873. (3454) 

Children of JEREMIAH and MARY PLACE KEELER, of New York 
City: (751) 

1670 1. LEWIS KEELER, born in New York City, and died there aged 
about 30 years. 

1671 2. WILLIAM KEELER, born in New York City, and died there. 

1672 3. CATHARINE KEELER, born New York City; married, first, 
Nelson Squire; second, Daniel Thatcher. She died in Williamsburgh. 
L. I., leaving several children. (3461) 

1673 4- SAMUEL B. KEELER, born New York City; married Lucy Ann 



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Giles. He died in New York City in 1859. She moved to Amsterdam, 
N. Y., where she lived in 1894. (3467) 

Children of GILBERT and MARY KEELER RITTER, of New York 
City: (754) 

1674 1. Sarah Ritter, born New York City April 14, 1816, and died thero 
aged 12 years. 

1675 2. Mary Ritter, born New York City April 14, 1818; married in July, 
1856, there, John F. Ferry, and died in New York City Nov. 29, 1858, 
leaving no children. 

1676 3. Catharine O. Ritter, born New York City May 3, 1820; lived with 
her mother in New York City in 1873, unmarried. 

Children of JASON, son of Benjamin and Lois Keeler Kellogg, and 
CATHARINE MILLER KELLOGG, of South Salem, N. Y.: (756) 

1677 1. HENRY KELLOGG, born South Salem, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1817, 
and died there Sept. 7, 1838. 

1678 2. ELECTA ANN KELLOGG, born South Salem Nov. 11, 1819, 
and died there Dec. 3, 1855, unmarried 

1679 3. CLARISSA KELLOGG, born South Salem Dec. 7, 1821 ; married 
there, Nov. 11, 1841, WILLIAM SCOFIELD, born at Pound Ridge N. Y., 
July 7, 181 1 ; resided there in 1877. 

1680 4- BENJAMIN KELLOGG, born South Salem Feb. 1, 1824; married 
at Sing Sing, SARAH MARIA PACKARD, of that place. They 
resided at Philadelphia, Pa., in 1873. 

1681 5. CYRUS KELLOGG, born South Salem Sept. 26, 1826; married 
at New York City, Eliza Ann Osborn, of Pound Ridge, and she died at 
Philadelphia, Pa. He married, second, Mary R. Moseley, and settled in 
Brooklyn, where he resided in 1877. 

1682 6. LOIS KELLOGG, born South Salem March 8, 1829; married 
there, Sept. 25, 1850, WILLIAM CHAUNCEY PULLEN, born at 
Bedford, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1826. They resided at Pound Ridge in 1877. 
No children. 

1683 7. MARGARET S. KELLOGG, born South Salem June 23, 1831; 
married in New York City, in 1865, WILLIAM E. PARSONS, born in 
Massachusetts April 8, 181 5. Resided at Pound Ridge in 1877. 

1684 8. JASON G. KELLOGG, born South Salem Feb. 25, 1834; married 
at Lewisboro, N. Y., in 1855, MARIA RAYMOND, born there Jan. 27, 
1839. Resided at South Salem in 1873. 

1685 9. CATHARINE MILLER KELLOGG, born South Salem June 12, 
1838, and died there Sept. 5, 1840. 

Children of GILBERT and LOIS KELLOGG JONES, of Monticello, 
N. Y.:(7S8) 

1686 1. EUNICE JONES, born at Monticello, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1818; 
married at South Salem, Feb. 24, 1850, HAWLEY SEYMOUR, born 
Sept. 9, 1824. They settled in Wilton, where he died June 18, 1857. She 
resided in Wilton in 1873. 

1687 2. BETSEY (Elizabeth) JONES, born Monticello Oct 4, 1820; died 
at Danbury May 25, 1850. 

1688 3. NANCY JONES, born Monticello Aug. 9, 1824; married at South 
Salem, Nov. 11, 1846, SANFORD KEELER, son of Stephen and Lois 



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Patrick Keeler, of Wilton, Conn., where he was born Sept. 18, 1820. 
They lived there in 1873 ; he died about 1886. 

1689 4. MARY JANE JONES, born Monticello Oct. 30, 1827*; married at 
Cross River, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1842, William Avery, who was born there 
July 15, 1808. They resided at South Salem in 1873. 

1690 5. CATHARINE J. JONES, born at New Paltz Jan. 8, 1833 ; married 
ALBERT JONES, of South Norwalk, and settled near Rockford, 111, and 
both died there. 

1691 6. BENJAMIN F. JONES, born New Paltz Dec. 6, 1836; married, 
and resided at Rockford, 111., in 1873. 

Children of JOHN and ELIZA ANN BENEDICT KEELER, of Ridge- 
field, Conn. : (760) 

1692 1. MARY G. KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., April 13, 1826; 
married at North Wilton, Feb. 19, 1851, EDWIN S. HOYT, son of 
Ebenezer and Theodosia Keeler Hoyt. She died at Ridgefield Oct. 15, 
1856. (See his record. ) 

1693 2. Jacob G. Keeler, born Ridgefield Feb. 20, 1828; died there Ocl. 
15, 1845. 

1694 3- J ane Keeler, born Ridgefield March 17, 1830; resided with her 
mother in 1873. unmarried. 

1695 4- Rufus G. Keeler, born Ridgefield Dec. 17, 181 1; died there Feb. 
h 1833. 

1696 5. ELIZABETH A. KEELER, born Ridgefield Aug. 7, 1833; 
married at North Wilton April 30, 1867, HENRY D. HAWLEY, son of 
Amon and Flora Hawley. Lived at Farmington, Conn., in 1876. (3470) 

1697 6. AARON C. KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 13, 1835; married at 
Lysander, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1863, EMMA ELIZABETH HART, born 
there Jan. 4, 1836. He was elected a deacon of the Congregational Church 
in Ridgefield in April, 1873, and resided on the homestead in North 
Wilton in that year. (3472) 

1698 7. Emeline Benedict Keeler, born North Wilton, Conn., June 4, 
1837; married there, Sept. 11, 1856, Solomon Benedict, born South Salem 
July 21, 1827. They settled at Lysander, N. Y., where he died March 18, 
1870. She was living with her mother at North Wilton in 1873. No 
children. 

1699 8. Celestia E. Keeler, born North Wilton, Conn., Nov. 19, 1839; 
resided there with her mother in 1873, unmarried. 

1700 9. John Webster Keeler (Rev.), born North Wilton Oct 9, 1841 ; 
married at Ridgefield, Aug. 25, 1862, MARY C. BRUSH, born there Oct. 
11, 1842. They lived in Greene, N. Y., in 1903. (3476) 

1701 10. Hancy Keeler, born North Wilton April 21, 1844; was living 
with her mother in 1873, unmarried. 

1702 11. Jeremiah Keeler, born North Wilton July 25, 1847, and died there 
May 13, 1849. 

Child of BENJAMIN and LOIS KEELER BENEDICT, of Ridgefield, 
Conn. : (762) 

1703 1. MARY ANN BENEDICT, born at Ridgefield May 31, 1819; died 
Sept. 10, 1888, at South Salem, N. Y., unmarried. 

Children of ISAAC and Widow LOIS KEELER BENEDICT 
BOUTON, of South Salem, N. Y. : (762) 



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1704 1. MOSES BOUTON, born South Salem, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1831; 
died there June 17, 1856, from an injury caused by the upsetting of a 
cart four weeks before, unmarried. 

1705 2. SARAH MINERVA BOUTON, born South Salem May 11, 1834; 
died there Feb. 2, 1837. 

1706 3. AARON KEELER BOUTON, born South Salem Dec. 20, 1835; 
married Sept. 20, 1871, SARAH L. TYLER, born at Bedford, N. Y., Feb. 
10, 1859. They lived in South Salem in 1888. (3478b) 

1707 4. ISAAC SEELEY BOUTON, born South Salem Dec. 25, 1836; 
died there Feb. 17, 1837. 

1708 5. SARAH MINERVA BOUTON, 2d, born South Salem June 23, 
1838; married there, Jan. 23, 1863, CYRUS WATERBURY, born at 
Pound Ridge, N. Y. They settled there, where she died Jan. 12, 1866. 
No children. 

1709 6. RUTH ANN BOUTON, born South Salem May 18, 1842; was 
living with her mother in 1886, unmarried. 

Children of JESSE and ESTHER KEELER BENEDICT, of South 
Salem, N. Y. : (763) 

1710 1. ABIGAIL BENEDICT, born South Salem, N. Y., April 3, 1819; 
married there, Oct. 1, 1839, LINUS HOYT, born there Oct. 5, 1809, and 
he died there in 1872, without leaving children. She married, second, 
Feb., 1882, Oliver Judson, who died April 8, 1889. She died at South 
Salem Nov. 23, 1898. 

171 1 2. BETSEY A. BENEDICT, born South Salem March 9, 182 1 ; 
married there, in June, 1864, JOSEPH LAMBERT. No children. Resi- 
dence in 1903, South Salem, N. Y. 

1712 3. SOLOMON BENEDICT, born South Salem Sept. 29, 1823; died 
there Aug. 4, 1835. 

1713 4. LEWIS BENEDICT, born South Salem Feb. 26, 1826; married 
May 5, 1847, MARY E AVERY, who was born in New York City Dec. 
27, 1829, and died Feb. 10, 1867. He married, second, Nov. 26, 1868, 
Widow Mary L. Smith. He was a produce dealer at 97 Barclay street, 
New York City. She died in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1887. He died 
in Bloomfield, N. J., Dec. 7, 1897. (3479a) 

1713a 5. SOLOMON BENEDICT, born South Salem Dec. 17, 1827, and 

died Nov. 16, 1846. 

1714 6. HARRIET BENEDICT, born South Salem Aug. 24, 1830; 
married there Oct. 31, 1849, Stephen Webster, son of Maltby and Nancy 
Fancher Webster. He died Dec. 2, 1888. She resided there in 1903. 

(34790 

1715 7. MARY A. BENEDICT, born South Salem Feb. 24, 1833; married 
there Oct. 15, 1853, JONAH HOLLY, a farmer. They settled in 
Katonah, N. Y. He died Oct. 31, 1808. She resided there in 1903. 

1716 8. HANCEY KEELER BENEDICT, born South Salem Feb. 1, 
1835; married there, Nov. 1, 1853, WEBSTER BOUTON HULL, a 
farmer, born at South Salem May 7, 1822, son of Jacob and Hannah 
Boughton Hull. He was an elder in the Presbyterian Church, and 
resided at Lewisboro, N. Y., in 1888. He died Aug. 17. 1890; she died 
March 6, 1901. 

1717 9. GERTRUDE E. BENEDICT, born South Salem March 14, 1838; 
resided at South Salem, N. Y., in 1903, unmarried. 

1718 10, LEROY BENEDICT, born South Salem Jan. 1, 1842; married 



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Oct. i or 27, 1873, Agnes Maria Deforest, daughter of Edward and Maty 

Elizabeth Deforest. Their children were: 
1718a 1. Grace Keeler Benedict, born Oct. 16, 1874. 

1718b 2. Lydia Anne Benedict, born Aug. 3, 1876; married Com. Benjamin 

Glover, Oct. 19, 1898; residence, 1903, Newtown, Conn., and have a son, 

Walter Leroy Glover, born Jan. 29, 1900. 
1718c 3. Alsina Eudora Benedict, born Aug. 12, 1880; married June 26, 

1902, David Rutherford Mead, son of Leander and Ida Mead. Resided 

in 1903 at Katonah, N. Y. 
I7i8d 4. Jesse Leroy Benedict, born May 15, 1878; resided at South Salem 

in 1903; a farmer. 

Children of STEPHEN and MARY KEELER HAYES, of New 
Canaan, Conn. : (766) 

1719 1. Julia Ann Hayes, born New Canaan, Conn., Aug. 7, 1831. She 
was engaged in missionary work in 84th street, New York City, in 1877. 

1720 2. Charles W. Hayes, born New Canaan Nov. 18, 1832, and died 
at South Norwalk, Conn., in 1865. 

1 721 3. Mary Hayes, born New Canaan Aug. 29, 1834, and died at South 
Norwalk Oct. 18, 1838. 

1722 4. Stephen Hayes, born South Norwalk July 12, 1836, and died Sept. 
28, 1836, by a fall. 

1723 5. ISABELLA F. HAYES, born New Canaan Sept. 22, 1837; married 
Nov. 5, 1862, HENRY ANDERSON, an iron moulder; resided at Green- 
point, L. I., Nassau avenue, in 1877. 

1724 6. FERDINAND HAYES, born New Canaan Oct. 29, 1839; a 
butcher; married at Shrub Oak, N. Y., April 6, 1869, Widow Anna M. 
Purdy Smith. They settled in Norwalk, and resided there in 1903. 

1725 7. FIDELIA E. HAYES, born New Canaan Oct. 30, 1841 ; married 
June 16, 1862, WILLIAM F. BENEDICT. They settled in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., and resided there in 1877. In 1862 he enlisted in thd 17th Regi- 
ment of Connecticut Volunteers. 

r726 8. JOHN L. HAYES, born New Canaan Oct. 15, 1843; a bookkeeper; 

married Oct. 25, 1866, NELLIE KEYSER, who was born in New York 
City. He enlisted in Co. F, 17th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, and 
served three years in the war, and was wounded at the Battle of Gettys- 
burg. He resided at Greenpoint, L. I., in 1877. 

1727 9. CATHARINE HAYES, born New Canaan Oct. 15, 1846; resided 
with her mother in 1877, unmarried. 

Children of LEWIS and ELIZA PURDY KEELER, of South Salem, 
N. Y. : (768) 

1728 1. HANNAH JANE KEELER, born South Salem, N. Y., Jan. 15, 
1834; married at North Wilton, Conn.. March 19, 1851, DANIEL H. 
OLMSTEAD, who was born at Port Chester, N. Y, Oct. 23, 1830. In 
1864 they went to the Columbia River, five miles below Walla Walla, in 
Washington, where he died March 30, 1876. She was still living there 
in 1877. (3480) 

1729 2. JOHN ELI KEELER, born South Salem Jan. 25, 1837; wholesale 
grocer; married Dec. 25, 1859. ELIZA JANE CARPENTER, and settled 
at 5 Prospect Place. Jersey City, N. J., and resided there in 1873. (3486) 

1730 3- MARTHA L. KEELER, born South Salem Sept. 27, 1839; 
married at North Wilton, Dec. 28, 1859, LEWIS C. SEYMOUR, of 
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1731 4. SARAH ANN KEELER, born South Salem March 27, 1844. 

She was living with her parents at North Wilton, Conn,, in i875 r 

unmarried. 
173* 5- LOVINIA A. KEELER, born South Salem Oct. 12, 1846; married 

at North Wilton, Conn., Oct. 5, 1868, GEORGE HARVEY GREGORY, 

botn South Salem s (now Lewisboro), N. Y. They resided at Cannon 

Station, Wilton, Conn., in 1003. 
1733 6. LEWIS D. KEELER, born North Wilton, Conn., March 21, 1852; 

married Kate Jessup Dunning, daughter of Richard and Mary H. 01m- 

stead Dunning. (3488a) 

Children of JAMES, son of Uriah and Sarah Scott Marvin, of Ridgefield, 
Conn., and MARY KEELER MARVIN, of South Salem: (775a) 

1732I1 1. JOHN SCOTT MARVIN, born South Salem May 2, 1800; 

married at Monticello, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1826, ELIZA HUNTINGTON, 
born Dec. 27, 1806. Huntington Genealogy, page 285, says they settled 
at Howell, Mich., and had six children, but a letter addressed to him 
there had no response in 1877. 

17321 2. SARAH MARVIN, baptized at South Salem July 12, 1801, and 

died May 4, 1806. 

I732ii 3. NATHANIEL MARVIN, born South Salem Dec. 31, 1805; a 

shoemaker; married Sept. 30, 1830, SARAH ANN PURDY, sister to 
Lewis Keeler's wife, born Dec. 9, 1805. They lived at Port Byron, 
Ridgefield, Conn., and Victory, N. Y. : (775b) 

1732k 1. David Scott Benedict, born Ridgefield July 4, 1794 ; married, first, 

N. Y., then at Wolcott, and then moved to Sterling, N. Y., where they 
were living in 1874. He died there Feb. 6, 1877, and she died in 
October, 1891. (2981a) 

1732J 4. BETSEY MARVIN, born South Salem Nov. 18, 1807; married 

Nov. 14, 1850, at South Salem, as his third wife, LUKE GAGE, a New 
York distiller, who was born March 2, 1802, and who died in New York 
April 28, 1858. She was living in the summer of 1895 at 937 Lafayette 
avenue, Brooklyn. 

Children of THADDEUS and HULDAH MARVIN BENEDICT, of 

Ridgefield, Conn., and Victory, N. Y. : (775b) 
1732k 1. David Scott Benedict, born Ridgefield July 4, 1704 ; married, first, 

June 6, 1819, Polly Northrup, who died Aug. 10, 1832. He married, 

second, Oct. 3, 1832, Eunice Cutting. He died at Victory, N. Y., Aug. 

16, 1842. She died at What Cheer, la. (2987a) 
1732I 2. Sally Benedict, born Ridgefield Oct. 27, 1795; married Oct. 2, 

1816, Homer Lockwood, an extensive farmer of Victory, where they lived, 

and where he died in 1875. She died at Red Creek in 1877. (2982) 
1732m 3. Roswell Benedict, born Ridgefield April 8, 1797; married, first, 

March 23, 1826, Elizabeth Tracy, daughter of Calvin Tracy, of Scipio ; she 

died in 1830, and he married, second, her sister, Mary Tracy, who also 

died. He married, third, Ann Amelia Rugg, and resided in Wolcott, 

where he died in August, 1856. (2987O 
173211 4. Ruth Benedict, born Ridgefield June 1, 1799; married Jan. 1, 1826, 

Lyman Wetherby, and settled in Victory, where she died Aug. 6, 1840. 

He married, second, Achsah Hamilton, and died at Victory in April, 

1871. (29871) 
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1823, Malinda Williams. He died at Victory Jan. 28, 1855. She died at 

her son's in St. Louis, Dec. 20, 1890. (2987I) 
1732P 6. Smith Benedict, born Ridgefield Feb. 27, 1809; a farmer; married 

Jan. 30, 1832, Ann Eliza Williams, and settled at Victory, where he died 

in July, 1881. She died June 29, 1890. (2987q) 
I732q 7. Eliza Ann Benedict, born Ridgefield Feb. 29, 1812; married May 

31, 1836, Elliot Mixer, and settled in Wolcott, where she died May 3, 1875. 

Note. — The children of Thaddeus and Huldah Benedict were all 
members of the M. E. Church, except Smith, who, with his wife, were 
Presbyterians. Her father was a Presbyterian clergyman. 

Children of LEWIS and BETSEY MARVIN DEAN, of Ridgefield, 
Conn. : (775c) 
I732r 1. Charles Dean, born Ridgefield, Conn., Sept. 24, 1805; married 

Dec. 31, 1828, Eleanor Lester, and settled in Toledo, O. He died there 

in March, 1894. (1853a) 
1732s 2. Esther Marvin Dean, born Ridgefield Feb. 11, 1807; married April 

5, 1832, Orrin Barton. She died at Camillus, N. Y., May 22, 1844. (i853f) 
I732t 3. Daniel M. Dean, born Ridgefield March 29, 1809; married in 

March, 1834, Mary Stevens. He died in 1877, at Hudson, Mich. (1853I1) 
1732U 4. Huldah Dean, born Ridgefield March 29, 181 1; married in August, 

1833, Herman Blanchard. She died at Camillus, N. Y., in September, 

1836. (1853I) 
I732V 5. Orrin Dean, born Redding, Conn., May 17, 1813; married in June, 

1840, Tryphena Butterfield. He died at Hudson, Mich., in 1883. (i853n) 
1732W 6. Lewis Dean, born Redding, Conn., April 8, 1815; not married; died 

at Victory, Cayuga County, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1830. 
1732X 7. Betsey A. Dean, born Redding Jan. 31, 1817; married July 14, 1836, 

Gideon Beebe, and moved to Hudson, Mich. She died there May 9, 

i860. (1853P) 
I732y 8. Mary Dean, born Redding Aug. 6, 1819; married in May, 1839, 

Marvin Converse. She died at Jordan, N. Y., May 9, 1845. (1853U) 
1732Z 9. Harriet Dean, born Redding Aug. 10, 1822; married in March, 

1842. Selah Woodworth. She died at Hudson, Mich., in May, 1886. No 
children. 

I732aa 10. Ruth Eliza Dean, born Redding Oct. 28, 1826; married Dec. 14, 

1843, Rev. S. P. Barker, and resided at 404 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. f 
in 1895. (1853W) 

I732bb 11. Henry W. Dean, born Victory, N. Y., Aug. n, 1828; married 
Nov. 12, 1850, Mary Chipman; resided at Hudson, Mich., in 1895. (i853aa) 

Children of ELI and SARAH MILLER (KEELER) KEELER, of South 
Salem. N. Y. : (770) 

1734 1. NATHAN N. KEELER, born South Salem, N. Y., Oct 14, 1838; 
educated at the Polytechnic Institute at Troy, N. Y. ; not married ; was in 
business in New York City in 1874, and was on a ranch in Lincoln 
County, Colorado, in 1903. 

1735 2. MARIA WILSON KEELER, born South Salem March 27, 1841 ; 
married there, Dec. 24, 1871, William C. Bennett, a dentist, son of Tabor 
and Cynthia Holt Bennett, of Tiverton, R. I. He died at South Salem. 
N. Y.. Dec. 14, 1894. She resided in New Haven in IQ03. 

1736 3. ESTHER MARY KEELER, born South Salem June 5, 1842; 



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married there, Dec 30, 1863, Rollin McNeil, M. D., son of Henry and 
Augusta Caroline English McNeil, of New Haven, Conn. He was a 
graduate of Yale Medical School, 1862; surgeon of the 9th Conn. Vols, 
in the Civil War, and a member of the Military Order of the Royal Legion 
of the United States, of the Grand Rrmy of the Republic, the Yale 
Alumni, County and State Medical Societies of Connecticut, and several 
other societies. They lived at 149 Bradley street, New Haven, in 
1903. (3489) 

1737 4- DAVID BURR KEELER, born South Salem Jan 19, 1849; 
married at Cheyenne, Wyo., Oct. 7, 1870, Adelphine Fredricka Brandner, 
daughter of Dr. Henry and Susanna Hartman Brandner, of Pottsville, 
Pa., where she was born June 13, 1849. He was in 1903 vice-president 
and traffic manager of the Fort Worth & Denver City R. R. Residence 
(1903), 400 Ballinger street, Fort Worth, Texas. (3492) 

1738 5- WALTER BRADLEY KEELER, born South Salem Feb. 13, 1856; 
married June 3, 1897, Susanne Massey, daughter of Emmor K. and 
Marion Y. Lehman Massey, of Philadelphia, Pa. He is a member of 
several societies. They were abroad in 1903, but their home in 1906 will 
be 1916 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pa. He possessed a great 
musical talent, and studied at Stuttgart, in Germany. He returned to 
New York, and in 1892 he was organist of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 
85th street, New York City. 

Children of JONAH and REBECCA BAXTER KEELER, of North 
Salem, N. Y. : (787) 

1739 1. Isaac Keeler, born North Salem, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1797, and died 
there in 1804. 

1740 2. Laura Keeler, born North Salem Aug. 28, 1800, and died there 
April 8, 1804. 

1741 3- WALTER KEELER, born North Salem June 30, 1803; married 
there April 3, 1826, SARAH SMITH, born North Salem Aug. 16, 1802. 
He acted as manager of the store department of the Methodist Book 
Concern from 1840 to 1843, and subsequently engaged in real estate 
brokerage, and returned in 1863 to the homestead in North Salem, where 
they resided in 1877. (3493) 

1742 4. JULIA KEELER, born North Salem Aug. 27, 1805; married in 
December, 1827, Thaddeus C. Quick, born Sept. 6, 1796. They settled 
at North Salem, where he carried on the foundry business, and where 
he died, April 21, 1848. She was living with her children in New York 
City in 1877. (3495) 

i&43 5- ESTHER KEELER, born North Salem May 19, 1807; married 

Oct. 23, 1825, LEWIS RITCH, born Coxsackie, N. Y., May 1, 1801. He 
died at North Salem Oct. 14, 1848. She lived in North Salem, and died 
there in 1895. (3501) 

1744 6. ANN MARIA KEELER, born North Salem Aug. 1, 181 1 ; married 

Oct. 30, 1832, Alanson H. Chase. They settled in New York City, where 
she died Oct. 1, 1834. No children. 

*745 7. JESSE B. KEELER, born North Salem, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1814; a 

farmer; married there Sept. 22, 1845, ELIZABETH SIMONSON, who 
was born in New York City Jan. 23, 1823; she died at North Salem Feb. 
3. 1856. He married, second, April 6, 1859, Harriet Everett, born at 
South East Aug. 9, 183 1. They resided at North Salem, and he died 
there Oct. 1, 1889. She resided there in 1893. (3506 and 3510) 



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Children 61 GEORGE P. and POLLY KEELER BRUSH, of North 
Salctn, N. Y.:<788) 
i7# 1. ELIAS BRUSH, born North Salem, N. Y., June it, 1796; married 

at Manliua, N. Y., CHLOE CROSBY, of Cazenovia. They settled at 
Horth Salem, and moved to Nelson, N. Y. He died at New Orleans, La. 
She died at Rochester, N. Y. 

1747 3. Roxy Brtish, born North Salem May 22, 1798, and died Nov. 23, 
1838, at Nelson, N. Y., unmarried. 

1748 3. Mills P. Brush, bom North Salem Jan. 11, 1804; married at 
Fenner, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1834, Lydia Adaline Ray, of Fenner, N. Y., where 
she was born Aug. 2, 1816. She died Dec. 19, 1857. He married, second,. 
Jan. 6, 1859, Nancy A. Miller, of Phelps, N. Y., where she was born 
March 6, 181 5. They moved to Newark, N. Y., where he died Oct 23, 
1819. (3512) 

1749 4- Fanny Maria Brush, born Spencertown, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1807; 
married at Nelson, N. Y., John Donaldson, born Nelson, N. Y., June 24, 
1805. They moved in 1868 to California, near Petalurna. He died at 
Lincoln, Neb., June 3, 1875. No children. 

1750 5. Alzina Brush, born Spencertown Sept. 12, 1809; married May 16, 
1833, John D. Peckham, a tailor, born at Madison, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1808. 
She died at Springfield, O., Aug. 5, 1854, of cholera. He married, second, 
Lucy Howard. He went to Haven, Kan., where he was living with his 
son in 1876. (3515) 

1751 6. Mary Ann Brush, born Spencertown Dec. 8, 181 1; resided at 
Cazenovia, N. Y., unmarried, in 1876, and died there Dec. 4, 1879. 

'75 2 7- Jane Sophia Brush, born July 17, 1814; unmarried; resided with 

her sister Mary at Cazenovia in 1875, and died there in April 1888. 

1753 8. Laura Brush, born Aug. 24, 1817; went in 1846 as a missionary to 
Liberia, Africa; married in California, Jacob L. Caskill. He died at 
North San Juan, Cal., in 1867. She married, second, at San Diego, Cal, 
Oct. 2i, 1873, Edwin Aylworth, from Fulton, N. Y., where he was born 
Dec. 30, 1822, and they were living at San Diego, Cal., in 1876. No 
children. 

1754 9. Emeline Keeler Brush, born Spencertown March 3, 1821; married 
Feb. 19, 1840, Harvey Woodworth, from Fenner. where he was born 
April 18, 1814. They lived at Fenner and Hopewell, N. Y., then moved to 
Milwaukee, and afterward to Fond du Lac, Wis., and then to Lincoln, 
Neb., where they lived in 1875. (3520) 

1755 JO- Martin H. Brush, born Spencertown, N. Y.. March 3, 1824; a 
manufacturer; married at West Bloomfield, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1848, MARY 
ANN MINER, born there in 1828. She died at Nelson May 3, 1850. He 
married, second, June 24, 1851, at Phelps, N. Y., LUCINDA HAWKS, 
born there April 3, 1830. They lived at San Diego, Cal., and Brooklyn, 
N. Y., and moved in December, 1875, to Lincoln, Neb., where they resided 
in 1876. (3525) 

Children of DANIEL and SALLY KEELER LOBDELL, of North 
Salem. N. Y.: (789) 

1756 1. LEWIS LOBDELL, born North Salem, N. Y.; by occupation a 
miller; married Phebe Truesdell, and settled at Cazenovia, N. Y., where 
he died and left two daughters. 

1757 2. Lydia Lobdell, born North Salem ; married Philander Bedeau, and 
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17J8 3. NANCY LOBDELL, born North Salem; married Jacob WAb r 

and moved to Cazenovia, and thence to Rock Island, Hi. He died, and 
she lived with their daughter, Mrs. GLASNER, at Belvidere, 111., in 1875. 

17& 4. POLLY LOBDELL* Urn North Salem ; married Hiram Jackson, 

and settled at Nelson, N. Y., where he died, and she married again and 
settled near Crooked Lake, N. Y. 

1760 5. Jane Lobdell, born North Salem, and married Wing. 

1761 6. Julia Lobdell, born North Salem ; died unmarried at Nelson, N. Y. 
Another account says she was living at Belvidere, 111., in 1875. 

1762 7. Eliza Lobdell, born North Salem; married Sherwood, and 

settled at Nelson, N. Y. 

1763 8. Harry Lobdell, born North Salem; died at Cazenovia about 1867. 

1764 9. George Lobdell, born North Salem ; his history not found. 

1765 10. ' Floyd Lobdell, born North Salem; his history not found. 

Children of NATHAN and NANCY BENEDICT KEELER, of Nortb 
Salem, N. Y.: (791) 

1766 1. EMELINE KEELER, born North Salem Aug. 13, 1810; married 
Sept. 2, 1828, Gilbert Hunt, born at North Salem Aug. 21, 1805. They 
died at North Salem— he Feb. 26, 1859; she July 15, 1870. (3528) 

1767 2. MARY KEELER, born North Salem May 27, 1812, and died Oct. 
6, 1813. 

1768 3. FLOYD KEELER, born North Salem May 13, 1815; married 
there, Jane Grant Purdy, born July 31, 1822. They lived on the home- 
stead in North Salem, and he died there May 10, 1880. (3530) 

1769 4. ANN KEELER, born North Salem Nov. 29, 1817; married there, 
Henry Run die, who died at New York City Nov. 22, 1845. She married, 
second, in 1852, Leonard K. Everitt, and settled in Carmel, where she 
died July 19, 1853. (3530 

1780 5. JANE KEELER, born North Salem April 4, 1821 ; married there, 
Daniel Trowbridge, born at New Haven, Conn., Jan. 29, 1820. They 
lived at New Haven, Conn. She died Feb. 28, 1893. (3534) 

Children of LEWIS and CHLOE OSBORN KEELER, of North Salem, 
N. Y. 1(702) 

1781 1. THADDEUS S. KEELER, born North Salem Nov. 22, 1813. He 
died at Cazenovia, N. Y., July 16, 1835. 

1782 2. JOEL F. KEELER, born North Salem Aug. 23, 1815; died un- 
married, in February, 1874. He was a man of remarkable genius, and an 
inventor, and a recognized Christian philanthropist. 

1783 3. HIRAM J. KEELER, (3535) born North Salem March 8, 1818; 
educated at Cazenovia. N. Y. ; an attorney-at-law ; married at Terre Haute, 
Ind., Dec. 3, 1844, Catharine^ Dowling. They settled at Washington, 
D. C, where she died, after which he resided at Plymouth, Ind., where 
he edited the Plymouth Journal. In 1856 he plotted and laid out the 
village of Stockton, 111. From 1866 to the close of 1869 he was chief 
clerk in the office of the U. S. Assessor of Internal Revenue for the 
Seventh District. He resided at Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1875, with his factory 
at Cleveland, 0. 

1784 4. GEORGE B. KEELER, born North Salem May 9, 1821 ; educated 
at Cazenovia. He served in the U. S. Army from 1841 to 1846, and then 
settled in New Orleans, La. He was a contractor of painting of houses 
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1785 5. JOSEPH KEELER, born Nelson, N. Y., July 14, 1823, and died 
in infancy. 

1786 6. MARY L. KEELER, born Cazenovia July 3, 1824; lived in the 
family of her cousin, Chester L. Bates, at Wampsville, N. Y., in 1875. 
unmarried. 

1787 7. SARAH KEELER, born Cazenovia March 1, 1827, and died aged 
one day. 

1788 8. JANE L. KEELER, born Cazenovia Sept. 17, 1828; educated at 
Cazenovia ; married there, June 29, 1848, ABEL B. MURCH. They were 
in the Government service at Yankton, Dak., in 1862, and narrowly 
escaped being massacred by the Indians at that time. They died at 
Pittsburgh, Pa. (3538) 

Children of LEWIS and ANNA BISHOP KEELER, of Fenner, 
N. Y. : (806) 

1789 i. PERMELIA KEELER, born Fenner, N. Y., March 30, 1816; 
married Sept. 27, 1836, CALVIN DAVIS, and settled at Fenner, where 
she died June 24, 1837. He was living at Cazenovia, N. Y., in 1876. 

1790 2. JULIA ANN KEELER, born Fenner Feb. 24, 1819; married there 
Oct. 18, 1838, HERMAN SMITH, and moved to Sun Prairie, Wis., 
where they lived in 1875. (3539) 

1791 3. ELVIRA KEELER, born Fenner Jan. 15, 1821 ; married there Feb. 
3, 1841, ABRAM C. LANSING, Jr. She died there Nov. 5, 1858. (3542) 

1792 4. HARVEY L. KEELER, born Fenner May 13, 1824; married there 
Feb. 18, 1847, LAURA ETTE ALLEN, and settled at Perryville, N. Y., 
where they lived in 1875. (3543) 

1793 5. HORACE B. KEELER. born Fenner May 13, 1824; a farmer; 
married there Jan. 26, 1846, ADELINE HAIGHT, born there Jan. 20, 
1828, and died there Aug. 5, 1859. He married, second, May 1, 1861, at 
Madison, N. Y, Widow SYLVIA E HOWARD, born Bouckville, N. Y., 
Oct. 20, 1825. They moved to Chittenango, N. Y., in 1865, and thence 
to Hamilton, N. Y. He enlisted in the 2nd Regiment, N. Y. Cavalry, 
Sept. 24, 1864, at Manlius, N. Y., and was discharged at Winchesterr Va., 
April 5, 1865. They were living at Chittenango, N. Y., in 1875. (3544) 

1794 6. WALTER L. KEELER, born Fenner April 14, 1828; married 
there Sept. 17, 1850, LEONA WOODWORTH, born Fenner, N. Y., Dec 
24, 1828, and they were living there in 1875. (3545) 

1795 7. JOHN SILAS KEELER, born Fenner Aug. 31, 1832; a musician; 
unmarried, and resided at Cazenovia, N. Y., in 1875. 

1796 8. MARY JANE KEELER, born Fenner Aug. 31, 1832; unmarried; 
lived at Cazenovia in 1875. 

Children of THOMAS and PHEBE KEELER MARSHALL, of Fenner, 
N. Y. : (807) 

1797 1. ELMER J. MARSHALL, born Fenner, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1819; 
married at Lenox, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1858, Electo Fargo, born Sherbum, 
N. Y. They were living at Fenner in 1876, on the old homestead. 

1798 2. MARIA J. MARSHALL, born Fenner July 9, 1820; married at 
Cazenovia, N. Y., April 26, 1843, DANIEL T. PINCKNEY, born at 
Somers, N. Y., April 1, 1816. They lived near Westbury, N. Y., in 1875. 

1799 3- EMILY MARSHALL, born Fenner Nov. 6, 1822, and died there 
Aug. 23, 1823. 

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Cazenovia, N. Y., March 15, 1849, Nolton Barber, a farmer of Madison 
County, N. Y., where he was born April 29, 1826. They settled at Rock- 
ford, 111., and resided there in 1876. 

1801 5. LOUISA A. MARSHALL, born Fenner Jan. 2$, 1828; married 
there May 13, 185 1, Delos A. Sears, born Perry ville, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1828. 
They resided at Rockford, 111., in 1875. 

1802 6. JOHN F. MARSHALL, born Fenner July 30, 1830; married there 
Nov. 25, 1856, ISABEL BARRETT, of Fenner. He died at Rockelle, 
111., June 7, 1858. No children. 

Children of NATHANIEL and PHEBE HALL KEELER, of Camden, 
N. Y. : (808) 

1803 1. Walter Keeler; was living at Camden, N. Y., in 1875. A letter 
addressed to him in 1892 received no notice. 

1804 2. Miles Keeler; he was written to for information for this work, 
but no response was received by the compiler. 

1804a 3. Henry J. Keeler, born in Genesee County, N. Y., in 1828, of 358 

Main street, Winona, Minn., writes in March, 1903, that he is a son of 
Nathaniel, (808) and in July, 1903, will be 75 years old. 

Child of JOEL E. and POLLY SMITH KEELER, of Cazenovia, 
N. Y. : (810) 

1805 1. Harley Keeler; was living in Cazenovia, N. Y., in 1875. 

Children of ROBERT and PAMELIA KEELER HAZZARD, of Troy r 
N. Y.: (811) 

1806 1. James Hazzard, born at Troy; died at the Marshall Infirmary 
about 1873, unmarried. 

1807 2. Robert Hazzard, born Troy ; a printer ; died young of consumption, 
unmarried. 

1808 3. William Hazzard, born Troy; died in early manhood. 

Children of CALEB and RUTH RICHARDS KEELER, of Ridgebury r 
Conn.: (841) 

1809 1. IRA KEELER, born Ridgebury Jan. 5, 1808; married in March, 
1832, ANNER GATES, born at Ridgebury May 14, 1804. They settled 
and died there — he Nov. 16, 1874. (3548) 

1810 2. ABIGAIL KEELER, born Ridgebury in September, 1810; married 
ALANSON STONE, of Danbury, where he died, and she married, 
second, William Eaton, and she died there March 6, 1873. No children. 

181 1 3. MARTHA KEELER, born Ridgebury in August, 1812; died Sept. 
30, 1847, unmarried. 

1812 4- PHEBE KEELER, born Ridgebury Aug. 23, 1814; married at 
New Canaan, Sept. 11, 1838, WILLIAM G. WEBB, born at Stamford 
July 1, 1815. They resided at New Canaan, Conn., in 1877. (3549) 

1813 5. REBECCA A. KEELER, born Ridgebury March 20, 1816; married 
April 20, 1842, her cousin, Samuel Bouton, son of Aaron and Anna Keeler 
Bouton. (See his record.) They were living at Ridgebury in 1895. (3554) 

Children of ELIJAH and (his first wife) REBECCA COOK KEELER, 

of Charlotte, Vt, and Malone, N. Y. : (859a) 

1813a 1. Carlos Cook Keeler (a colonel), born at Malone, N. Y., Nov. 1, 

1807 ; married, first, April 17, 1828, at Malone, N. Y., Mary Smith, born at 

Bennington, Vt, June 14, 1806; she died at Malone July 11, 1834. He 



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married, second, May 14, 1835, Amanda Russell, who was born Aug. 15, 
1806, and died at Malone, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1864; she was an only daughter 
of John H. Russell, a lawyer, and the first judge of of Franklin County, 
N. Y. Her brothers were lawyers and jurists of recognized ability. 
He married, third, July 26, 1867, at St. Albans, Vt, Lydia Ann Fuller. 
He died in August, 1867. She resided at Malone, N. Y., in 1895. (3547a) 

1813b 2. Nancy Squires Keeler, born Malone, N. Y., March 24, 181 1, and 
died there April 10, 1812. 

1813c 3. Sally Ann Keeler, born Malone Feb. 17, 1813; died in infancy, 
March 24, 1813. 

1813d 4. Melancthon Cook Keeler, born Malone July 17, 1815, and died 
there Feb. 10, 1816. 

l8i3e 5. Sarah Ann Keeler, born Malone June 30, 1817; married June 21, 
1842, Alexander Lindsay, born Aug. 3, 1816. They settled at Malone, 
where he died July 21, 1873. She resided at 907^ Powell street, San 
Francisco, Cal., in 1895. (35470 

i8i3f 6. Julius Morton Keeler (a captain), born Malone, N. Y., July 16, 
1824; married, first, in 1852, Sylvia M. Marshall, who died at Portland, 
Ore. He married, second, Widow Julia B. Field Lathrop, July 3, 1862, 
He died in San Francisco Oct. 2, 1889. She lives in California. (3547p) 

Children by second wife, CYNTHIA BIRD KEELER: 
*8i3g 7. George Nelson Keeler, born Malone Aug. 16, 1826; not married; 

resided at Winter Haven, 111., in 1895. 
x8i3h 8. Harriet E. Keeler (adopted); never married; resided at 948 

Georgia Bell street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Children of AARON and ANNA KEELER BOUTON, of New Canaan, 
Conn. : (844) 

1814 i. POLLY BOUTON, born New Canaan, Conn., March 31, 1810; 
married there, Dec. 24, 1838, MINER LOUNSBURY, born at Stamford 
July 13, 1802. He died at Greenwich, Conn., Oct. 15, 1846. She died at 
Port Chester, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1850. No children. 

1815 2. SAMUEL BOUTON, born New Canaan Sept. 3, 1817; married 
April 20, 1842, at Pound Ridge, N. Y., Rebecca Ann Keeler, his cousin, 
born at Ridgebury (see her record). They settled at New Canaan, and 
moved to Osborn, Mo., in 1869, then moved to Winston, Mo., where they 
were living in 1894. He was ordained a deacon in the Presbyterian 
Church at New Canaan, and was an elder in the Presbyterian Church at 
Winston, Mo., at the date of this writing (1894). (See Bouton- Boughton 
Genealogy.) (3554) 

Child of DIADATUS and KEELER: (859g) 

1815a 1. Fannie Louisa Keeler, born ; married Jan. 5, 1858, Martin 

Granville Pease. (3556a) 

Children of JARED and SALLY KEELER BOUTON, of South Salem, 
N. Y. : (860) 

1816 1. Linus Bouton, born South Salem Oct. 12, 1806; died there June 18, 
181 1, at South Salem, and was buried in the Presbyterian churchyard 
there. 

1817 2. SMITH BOUTON, born South Salem March 11, 1808; a shoe- 
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there Oct. 2* 1805. P* di^4 Oct. 13, 1833, at South Salem. Tbey had no 
children. 

1818 3. EDWIN BOUTQN, born South Salem Sept. 30, i8iq; a farmer; 
married there, March 9, 1836, (Jelettye Adams, daughter of Nathan and 
Nancy Stebbins Adams, of South Salem, where she was born Feb. 17, 
181a They were living at South Salem village in 1892, having sold their 
farm and bought a home there. He was for many years a respected elder 
in the church there. He died at South Salem May 22, 1894. She died 
Jan. 6, 1898. (3557) 

1819 4. LINUS BOUTON, born South Salem Jan. 24, 1813; a farmer; 
married there, Sept. 7, 1837, Laura Pardee, born thsre Feb. 11, idpg. He 
died there November 29, 1853, after which she went to live with her 
daughter, Mrs. Sarah E Bputon Mead, wife of Linus l^ead, at 25 Dgrtjy 
avenue, New Haven, Conn., formerly of §outh Salem, and afterwards 
moved to Poultney, where she was living in 1895. (3560) 

Children of JARED, son of Moses and Mary Todd Bouton, of South 
Salem, N. Y., and MARTHA FOWLER BQUTON, of Sou* Salem, 
N. Y.:(86o) 

1820 5. SARAH BOUTON, born South Salem March 6, 1819; married 
March 9, 1842, SAMUEL S. HAWLEY, born there Sept. 26, 1815. He 
graduated at the College of New Jersey in 1834, and at the Theological 
Seminary of Princeton, N. J., and was licensed to preach by the Presbytery 
of Bedford, but bronchitis and hemorrhage of the lungs forbade his settle- 
ment as a pastor, though his talent and qualifications were much appreci- 
ated. In the autumn of 1843 they settled on a farm near Langtry, Va., 
where he died March 7, 1846, and was taken to South Salem for burial. 
She married, second, April 17, 1850, JOSEPri BENEDICT, a farmer, 
born at South Salem June 1, 1819. They settled there, and were still 
living there in 1895. 

1821 6. JOHN FOWLER BOUTON, born South Salem April 25, 1823; a 
farmer; married there Oct. 2, 1850, SARAH ANN REYNOLDS, born 
Somers, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1832. They settled in South Salem, where she 
died June 2, 1862. He married, second, Sept. 26, 1865, in Bedford, N. Y., 
Clarissa Trowbridge Keeler, daughter of Walter L. and Abigail R. 
Trowbridge Keeler, born at Bedford, N. Y., May 24, 1837, a descendant 
of Seth Whitney, of Yorktown, N. Y. They resided at Bedford in 1895. 

Children of EBENEZER and THEODOSIA KEELER HOYT, of 
Ridgefield, Conn.: (861) 

1822 1. DORCAS HOYT, born Ridgefield March 26, 1813; married there, 
Aug. 7, 1832, JONAH CHARLES KEELER, born at Ridgefield March 
29, 1808; she died there Oct. 17, 1832. He was twice married after her 
death, and died at Wilton June 28, 1873- 0463n) 

1823 2. CATHARINE ANN HOYT, born Ridgefield April 27, 1814; 
married there, March 8, 1837, AMBROSE W. GOODSELL, and settled 
at Westport, Conn. 

1824 3. SARAH HOYT, born Ridgefield Jan. 24, 1816; married there, 
May 19, 1847, Rufus Fillow, a farmer of Norwalk. They settled there. 

1825 4. DAVID K. HOYT, born Ridgefield Nov. 4, 1817; a farmer; 
married at Weston Jan 5, 1842, ELIZABETH ANN ANDREWS, born 
at Weston June 1, 1820, and settled at Ridgefield. 

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married at Wilton, Conn., Feb. 19, 185 1, Mary Gilbert Keeler, born at 
Ridgefield April 13, 1826; she died there Oct. 15, 1856. He married, 
second, March 16, 1859, at Easton, Conn., Frances Jane Fanton, born 
there Jan. 10, 1837. They settled on Pumpkin Ridge, and resided there 
in 1873. (3563) 

1827 6. ALMIRA HOYT, born Ridgefield April 11, 1824; married there 
Isaac Hull Pardee, a farmer, son of Isaac and Mary Hull Pardee, of 
South Salem, where he was born May 4, 181 5. They were living on his 
old homestead in 1874. (3566) 

Child of JEREMIAH and CATHARINE SMITH KEELER, of Ridge- 
field, Conn. : (862) 

1828 1. JOHN KEELER, born Ridgefield June 11, 1816; a shoemaker; 
married there, Oct. 28* 1834, RUTH SHERWOOD, born there Aug. 8, 
1815. They moved to New Canaan, where they died — he Aug. 5, 1800; 
she Aug. 27, 1888 — and both were buried in Lake View Cemetery. (3568) 

Children of JEREMIAH and (his second wife) HANNAH SMITH 
KEELER, of Ridgefield: (862) 

1829 2. CATHARINE KEELER, born Ridgefield July 12, 1826; married 
there, Oct. 26, 1847, BENJAMIN K. NORTHROP, a teacher, born there 
Jan. 9, 1824. They were members of the Congregational Church, of 
which he was clerk in 1877, and resided in Ridgefield. (3577) 

1830 3. CHARLES KEELER, born Ridgefield April 28, 1828; a merchant ; 
married March 7, 1853, at Newark, N. J., ANNA F. SHOTWELL, born 
at Rahway, N. J., Jan. 28, 1830. They resided a while at New Haven, 
Conn., then settled at Paterson, N. J., where they lived in 1894. (3580) 

1831 4. ELIZABETH KEELER, born Nov. 30, 1829; married there April 
11, 1850, Henry B. Jennings, a farmer, born at Westport March 9, 1823. 
They settled at Westport, and were living there in 1877. (3588) 

1832 5. GEORGE KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 25, 1831 ; a tinsmith; 
married at Ansonia, March 30, 1858, Sarah Emily Ellis, born at Norwalk, 
Conn., July 9, 1837. They lived at Brewster, N. Y., and Waterbury. 
Conn., then settled at Cheshire, Conn., where they were living in 1877. 
He enlisted Aug. 9, 1862, in Co. A, 20th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; was 
appointed corporal, and promoted to sergeant. He took part in the 
battle of Chancellorsville, where he was wounded in the head, May 3, 1863 ; 
and in the engagements at Resaca, Cassville, Ga., Peach tree Creek, and 
at Atlanta, where he was wounded in his foot, disabling him, and he 
was discharged Dec. 20, 1864. (3590) 

1833 6. MARY KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 30, 1833; married there 
Nov. 23, 1852, LEWIS B. JENNINGS, a farmer, born Westport, Conn., 
Feb. 18, 1828, and resided there in 1877. (3593) 

1834 7- SYLVESTER KEELER, born Ridgefield April 18, 1836; a sales- 
man; married Nov. 27, 1862, in New York City, Elizabeth Austin, who 
was born in London, England, Dec. 18, 1846. He died in London Aug. 20, 
1868. She married, second, Nathan M. Phillips, and resided in New 
York City in 1877. (3597) 

1835 8. HENRY KEELER, born Ridgefield Dec. 8, 1838; a tinsmith. He 
enlisted at Waterbury, Conn., Aug. 2, 1862, a corporal of Co. C, 14th 
Reg. Conn. Vol. Infantry, and was killed in the battle of Antietam, Md., 
Sept. 17, 1862, and was brought home and buried in Titicus Cemetery. 
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1836 9. SILAS P. KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 4, 1840; a tinsmith; 
married at Huntsville, Conn., Sarah D. Judd, born at Canaan July 6, 1837. 
They settled at Wallingford, where he died of pneumonia, Feb. 14, 1875. 
She resided there in 1877. (3600) 

Note. — He went to Waterbury, Conn., in 1856 to learn his trade. In 
1861 he enlisted in Co. D, 1st Reg. Conn. Vol. Infantry. He was mus- 
tered out at New Haven July 31, 1861. He again enlisted, in Co. E, 8th 
Reg. Conn. Vol. Infantry, as corporal, and took part in eleven engage- 
ments. He was severely wounded at the battle of Petersburg, Vau, May 
7, 1864, disqualifying him for further service in the regiment, and he was* 
promoted to commissary sergeant, but obtained his discharge Feb. 15, 
1865. An obituary notice says of him that he was an honest, industrious, 
Christian gentleman of the highest stamp— public-spirited, nad ever ready 
to assist in benevolent objects. His death was greatly felt in the town 
where he lived, and in the Congregational Church, of which he was a 
prominent member. 

Children of ELIJAH and ESTHER CRANE KEELER, of Ridgefield, 
Conn.: (863) 

1837 1. PHILIP E. KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 15, 1812; a cabinet- 
maker and carver; married at Burlington, Vt., April 27, 1840, Eliza 
N. Watson, born at Burlington April 15, 1822. He died at Ogdensburg, 
N. Y., Feb. 11, 1857. She resided at Burlington, Vt., in 1876. (3604) 

1838 2. ESTHER B. KEELER, born Ridgefield Aug. 5, 1814; married at 
Essex, Dec. 8, 1840, Cyrus Sprague, a bricklayer, born at Stamford, Vt., 
Dec. 22, 1800; he died at Williston, March 30, 1854. She married, second, 
Aug. s, 1855, HENRY H. MITCHELL, born at Boston, Mass., Dec. 25, 
18 1 2. He died May 28, 1873. She was living at Essex Junction in 1875. 
No children. 

1839 3. ANN MARIA KEELER, born Ridgefield March 29, *8i8; married 
at Essex, Vt, in March, 1873, J. Ferson, and resided at Essex Centre, 
Vt., in 1875. 

1840 4. HARRIET F. KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept 20, 1820; married 
at Essex, Dec. 5, 1841, GEORGE L. MASON, and settled at Winooski 
Falls. Vt, and resided there in 1894. 

1841 5. MARY JANE KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept 1, 1829; married 
at Essex Centre, May 5, 1850, HORACE FAIRFIELD, a carpenter. He 
enlisted Dec. 5, 1863, in Co. I, 6th Reg., Vt. Vol. Infantry. He took part 
in the battles of the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Harpers 
Ferry, North Anna, Richmond, Petersburg, Appomatox, Winchester and 
Cedar Creek. (3609) 

Children of BENJAMIN and ABIGAIL HOYT KEELER, of Ridge- 
field, Conn. : (864) 

1842 1. SAMUEL KEELER, born Ridgefield (date not obtained) ; mar- 
ried, and moved to Michigan, where he had several children, whose 
records were not obtained. 

1843 2. JOSEPH KEELER, born Ridgefield; settled in Sterling, N. Y./ 
where he died in 1873- (3610) 

1844 3. ELIZABETH KEELER, born Ridgefield; died in Sterling, N. Y„ 
unmarried. 

1845 4. EDWIN KEELER, born Ridgefield; married twice, and resided 
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1846 5. DAVID KEELER, born Ridgefield; married, and moved to 
Skaneateles, N. Y., and resided there in 1873. (361 1) 

1847 6. ELIZA KEELER, born Ridgefield; went to Sterling, N. Y., and 
died there, unmarried. 

Children of THOMAS S. and MARY EMILY GILBERT KEELER, of 
Ridgefield, Conn.: (866) 

1848 1. GRACE KEELER, born Ridgefield July 30, 1823; married Robert 
Holland ; resided at Cortland, 111., in 1876. (3612) 

1849 2. CHARLES KEELER, born Ridgefield July 17, 1825; married 
Julia Buxton; resided at Kaneville, 111., in 1873. (3617) 

1850 3. LOUISA KEELER, born Ridgefield Aug.. 23, 1827, and died in 
infancy in Ridgefield. 

1851 4. JANE KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 29, 1830; married there, 
Nelson Fancher, a pomologist, born at Lewisboro May 12, 183 1. They 
lived in Ridgefield in 1875. 

1852 5. ELIZABETH KEELER, born Ridgefield Oct. 3, 1833; married 
there, Nov. 4, 1851, George S. Trowbridge, a hatter, born at Bethel Jan. 
15, 1822. They lived at Bethel, Conn., in 1876. (3622) 

1853 6. EMILY KEELER, born Ridgefield March 19, 1844; married 
there, Dec. 23, 1866, William W. Peck, a stonecutter, born at Bridgeport 
Jan. 7, 1845. After living at Danbury, Conn., and Cortland, 111., they 
settled at Sycamore, 111., where they lived in 1876. He enlisted in Co. M„ 
1st Reg. Conn. Heavy Artillery, and was discharged Sept. 25, 1865. (3625) 

Children of ANSON and ELIZA PURDY LOBDELL, of North Salem, 
N. Y.:(868) 

1854 l - Clark Lob del I, born North Salem in 1809; married Susan A. 
Brown. He died there Feb. 21, 1889. (3626) 

1855 2. Jackson Perry Lobdell, born North Salem in 1814; married Mary 
Reynolds. They lived in North Salem, and he died there in July, 
1889. (3629) 

1856 3. Charles D. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1817; married Jane A. 
Knapp. He died at North Salem Nov. 20, 1861. (3632) 

1857 4. Anson Whitney Lobdell, born North Salem in 1820; married, first, 
Mary A. Jenkins; second, Sarah Townsend. He died at Salem Centre, 
Nov. 1, 1872. (3635) 

1858 5. Betsey M. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1825; married Everett 
Lent, and settled near Peekskill. She died in 1886. No children. 

1859 6. Susan J. Lobdell, born in 1827; married Sept. 3, 1861, Abraham 
Lockwood, and he died at North Salem Sept. 6, 1864. She lived with 
her brother, A. F. Lobdell, at Brewster's in 1893. 

i860 7. Sarah A. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1829; a teacher. She was 

greatly loved and respected. She died at Yorktown, N. Y., Nov. 1, i860. 

1861 8. William T. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1833; married Emma 
Jenkins. They lived at Port Chester. He died Sept. 6, 1884. 

1862 9. Julia E. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1833; married Elijah Lace. 
They resided at Yorktown, N. Y., in 1895. (3673) 

1863 10. Alexander Frazier Lobdell, born North Salem in 1835; married 
Julia Paddock. They settled at Brewster, where for many years he 
conducted a large mercantile business, and was the Postmaster at 
Brewster for several years. He was also the Secretary of the Putnam 
County Savings Bank of Brewster, whose affairs he managed with ability 
and trust. They were living at Brewster in 1895. (3643) 



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1864 11. Almira J. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1837; married Francis H. 
Green, and lived at Cold Spring in 1895. (3647) 

Children of NATHAN and BETSEY ANN LYON LOBDELL, of 
North Salem: (869) 

1865 1. Mary J. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1814; married William 
Briggs. They settled at Ellenville, N. Y., where he died in April, 1873. 
She resided there in 1893. 

1866 2. Jacob Lobdell, born North Salem; married, first, Mary P. Burr, 
who died at Ridgebury in 1844. He married, second, Deborah J. Stevens, 
and settled at Ellenville, N. Y., and resided there in 1893. 

1867 3- Abigail F. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1820; married Clark H. 
Osborn, and lived at Norwalk, Conn. She died there about 1885. He 
resided there in 1893. 

1868 4. Caroline E. Lobdell, born North Salem in 1826; married Allen 
Rundle, and settled at Ridgefield. He died June 25, 1887. She resided 
at North Salem in 1893. 

i860 5. Harvey Lobdell, born North Salem in 1828; married Ann Dykens. 

He was a lieutenant during the war, and died at St. Paul, Minn., in 1870. 
1870 6. Henry Lobdell, born North Salem in 1832; married Sarah B. 

Nichols, and settled and resided at North Salem in 1893. 

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Children of HARRISON, son of Benjamin and Ann Lobdell Reynolds, 
and BETSEY DELEVAN REYNOLDS, probably of North Salem, 

N. Y.:(8 7 4c) 
1870a 1. Floyd Reynolds; resided at North Salem in 1895. 

1870b 2. Hack Reynolds; resided at North Salem in 1895. 

Children of THOMAS and SARAH WILLIAMSON BROWN, of 
Purdy's, N. Y.: 
1870c 1. Susan Ann Brown, born Purdy's Dec. 9, 1817; married Dec 29, 

1836, Clark Lobdell. She died May 2, 1883. 
i87od 2. Mary Caroline Brown, born Purdy's Dec. 7, 1819; married Hiram 

Reynolds, and resided at Purdy's in 1895. (3654a) 
1870c 3. D- Brown, born Purdy's July 12, 1823; married, first, Almira 

Frost; second, Jane Landon; resided at Purdy's in 1895. 
i87of 4. Chloe Elizabeth Brown, born Purdy's May 7, 1826; married Feb. 

1, 1843, Charles Bloomer, and resided at Purdy's in 1895. 
1 &7*HS 5- Clarissa Margaret Brown, born Purdy's Oct. 17, 1828; married 

Martin Todd, and resided at Purdy's in 1895. 

Children of JOHN, son of Stephen and Hannah Marvin Keeler, and 

Ruth KEELER, of Wilton, Conn., from will of John Keeler, 

probated at Norwalk May 12, 1829: (874s) 

1870I1 1. Sarah Keeler; married William Comstock, and resided at Wilton. 

18701 2. Orilla Keeler; married Darius Rusco. 

1870J 3. Fanny Keeler; married Jonathan Gray. 

Children of LEWIS and BEKEY LOBDELL PALMER, of Bedford, 
N. Y.: (871) 

1871 1. Jeremiah Palmer. 

1872 2. Francis A. Palmer; married and resided in New York City, where 
he was president of the Broadway Bank. 

1873 3- James Palmer. 



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Children of JOSHUA and EUZA MILLER LOBDELL, of North Salem, 
N. Y.:(872) 

1874 1. Samuel H. Lobdell, born North Salem Oct. 4, 1820; married at 
Ridgefield, Nov. i, 1840, Harriet Nash. He died at Newark, N. J., in 
September, 1865. (3650) 

1875 2. Joanna Lobdell, born North Salem July 3, 1822; not married. 
She lived at Bedford, N. Y., in 1893. 

18176 3. Mary Lobdell, born North Salem June 12, 1824. She died, un- 

married, Nov. 28, 1849. 

1877 4. Elizabeth Lobdell, born North Salem Jan. 19, 1826; married 
William Augustus Keeler, son of Dr. Walter Keeler, of Bedford. She 
died at Bedford Feb. 4, 1885. (3655) 

1878 5. William Lobdell, born Jan. 18, 1828; married Nov. 27, 1849, 
Gelletta Wood, and resided at Greenfield Hill, Conn. (3657) 

1879 6. John Lobdell, born North Salem March 15, 1830. He went to the 
gold regions in California, and on returning to New York he embarked 
in the manufacture of clothing, by which he accumulated a handsome 
competence and retired. He married April 15, 1856, at Ridgebury, Sarah 
Eleanor Keeler, daughter of Adoniram Keeler, born at Ridgebury June n f 
1832. They lived in New York City, with summer residences at Ridge- 
bury and Sheepshead Bay, L. I., in 1895. (3659) 

1880 7. James Lobdell, born North Salem Jan. 18, 1833; married at South 
Salem, Dec. 14, 1854, Laura J. Keeler. Both died at Nichols Farms in 
1854. (3664) 

Children of JOSHUA and his second wife, SALLY STEVENS LOB- 
DELL, of North Salem : (872) 

1881 8. George Lobdell, born North Salem Jan. 6, 1837, and died in child- 
hood, Jan. 9, 1841. 

1882 9. Sarah E Lobdell, born (date not found) ; married Benjamin 
Brinkerhoff, and resided in New York City in 1895. (3665) 

Children of HARVEY and POLLY LOBDELL SMITH, of North 
Salem, N. Y.: (874) 

1883 1. Niles Smith (date of birth not obtained) ; married Clara Fluellyn; 
resided at White Plains, N. Y., in 1893. 

1884 2. Elbert Smith (date of birth not obtained) ; married Louisa Rem- 
ington. Both died about 1863. 

1885 3. Samuel H. Smith (date of birth not obtained); not married; 
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Children of EZRA, JR., and RACHEL HAMMOND ROCKWELL, of 
Morris, 111. : (877) 

1886 1. Sarah Rockwell, born in 1825; married Joseph W. Merritt, and 
resided at Elmira, N. Y. He died there in 1847. 

1887 2. Leander Rockwell, born Aug. 20, 1828; married in 1848, Fidelia 
Locke, and moved to Morris, 111., and to Florida in 1865. He died at 
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 4. 1883. (3670) 

1888 3. Edward Rockwell, born (date not known) ; married Helen ; 

He died; his widow resided in Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children of CHAUNCEY and WEALTHY GORDON ROCKWELL* of 
Cincinnatus, N. Y., and Ulster, Pa. : (880) 

1889 1. Charles Gordon Rockwell, born Rummerfield Creek, Pa., in 1838; 
died at Ulster, Pa., Aug. 29, 1888, unmarried. 

1890 2. William Henry Rockwell, born Cincinnatus, N. Y., March 4, 1840; 
married Lovila Watkins. He enlisted in 1861, and served in the 5th Pa. 
Reserves, and participated in the battles before Richmond, and was dis- 
charged in September, 1863. He received a pension. They lived at 
Ulster, Pa., in 1895. No children. 

1891 3. George Bateman Rockwell, born Cincinnatus, N. Y., July 20, 1841 ; 
married at Waverly, N. Y., Elizabeth Bowman, of Ulster, Pa. They 
settled in Ulster, and moved to Buffalo, N. Y., where they lived in 1894, 
at No. 401 Smith street. (3676) 

1892 4. Ella Delpline Rockwell, born Cincinnatus, N. Y., Oct .9, 1842; 
resided at Ulster, Pa., in 1894, unmarried. 

1893 5. Emmett Rockwell, born Cincinnatus, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1846; married 
Florence Brown; resided at Ulster, Pa., in 1894. (3681) 

1894 6. Emma Rockwell, born Cincinnatus, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1846. She died 
at Ulster, Pa., March 30, 1894, unmarried. 

1895 7. Edward Rockwell, born Cincinnatus, N. Y., April 19, 1848; resided 
at Chemung, N. Y., in 1894, unmarried. 

1896 8. Albert N. Rockwell, born Ulster, Pa., March 30, 1853; married 
Ella Murdock ; resided at Ulster in 1894. (3683) 

1897 9. Alfred Rockwell, born Ulster, Pa., March 30, 1853, and died there 
Nov. 9, 1853. 

Children of THADDEUS S. and LAURA ROCKWELL (daughter of 
Thomas and Huldah Turtle Rockwell) WHITNEY, of Solon (now 
Taylor), N. Y.:(888) 

1898 1. JOHN NEWTON WHITNEY, born Solon (now Taylor), N. Y., 
Sept. 25, 1833; married Emily Morrison, born in London, England, Feb. 
20, 1834. They lived in Portsmouth, O., and returned to Taylor, where 
they resided in 1892. (3684) 

1899 *• DAVID B. WHITNEY, born Taylor, N. Y., June 19, 1837; 
married May 3, 1865, FRANCES E. POOLE, born at Sherburn, N. Y. f 
July 12, 1843. They went to Harrison Valley, Pa. (3691) 



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1900 3. MOSES M. WHITNEY, born Taylor, N. Y., Oct 23, 1839. En- 
listed Sept. 26, 1861, in the 76th Reg., N. Y. State Vol. Infantry, and was 
discharged at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1864, having risen by promotion to 
the rank of second lieutenant. While in the army he took part in the 
following battles: Rappahannock Station, Gainesville, both battles of 
Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Mine Run, the 
Wilderness, laurel Hill, Spottsylvania, North Anna, Cold Harbor, Tolo- 
potomy, Petersburg and Weldon Railroad. He was captured at the 
second battle of Bull Run, and remained in rebel hands for six weeks, and 
was then exchanged and rejoined his regiment At Weldon Railroad he 
was wounded by a ball in his hip, rendering him unfit for further service. 
He was presented with a sword by his regiment as a testimonial of 
valuable service. He settled at Washington, D. C. 

1901 4. HARRIET P. WHITNEY, born Taylor, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1841; 
resided wwith her mother at Taylor, unmarried, in 1895. 

1902 5. LAURA E. WHITNEY, born Taylor May 26, 1844; died July 
17, 1859. 

1903 6. THADDEUS M. WHITNEY, born Taylor Oct. 20, 1851; married 
Oct 26, 1882, Lucy Grymes; resided at 408 Third street, Washington, 
D. C, in 1895. 

Children of JOHN B. and MARY A. ROCKWELL (daughter of Thomas 
and Huldah Tuttle Rockwell) WATROUS, of Cincinnatus and Taylor, 
N. Y. : (889) 

1904 1. Polly Rebecca Watrous, born Freetown Nov. 10, 1830; married 
William H. Harrison, and resided at Harrison Valley, Pa. He died July 
28, 1871. (3693) 

1905 2. Thomas Austin Watrous, born Taylor, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1834 ; married 
Belle Smith ; resided at Harrison Valley in 1892. (3697) 

1906 3. Hannah Watrous, born Freetown, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1836; married 
H. S. Beebe, and resided at Harrison Valley in 1891. (3699) 

1907 4. Huldah Watrous, born Freetown, N. Y., July 17, 1842; married 
Charles Slater; resided at Harrison Valley in 1891. (3701) 

1908 5. Mary Ellen Watrous, born Taylor, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1844, and died 
in childhood, Nov. 7, 1847. 

1909 6. Emma Watrous, born Taylor May 24, 1847; married George B. 
Davis ; resided at Clymer, Pa., in 1892. (3702) 

Children of LEONARD and HANNAH ROCKWELL HOLMES, of 
Taylor, N. Y. : (891) 

1910 1. Frances H. Holmes, born Taylor, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1841; married 
Merwin O. Perry; resided at Taylor in 1892. (3707) 

191 1 2. Jennie E. Holmes, born Taylor Aug. 8, 1843, and died there Nov. 
30, 1879. 

1912 3. Viola H. Holmes, born Taylor May 22, 1846; married Albert E. 
Freeman; resided at Truxton, N. Y., in 1892. (3714) 

1913 4. Abbie R. Holmes, born Taylor Jan. 6, 1850. 

1914 5. Ella L. Holmes, born June 6, 185 1 ; married Lucian Birdlebough; 
resided at Taylor in 1804. (3718) 

1915 6. Delight Holmes, born Taylor May 14, 1854, and died there March 
24, 1876. 

19 16 7. Alice V. Holmes, born Taylor Jan. 20, 1858, and died there Feb. 
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Children of HUBBARD and ABIGAIL ROCKWELL HARRISON, of 
Harrison, Pa. : (892) 

191 7 1. Mary P. Harrison, born Taylor, Cortland County, N. Y., Nov. 18, 
1841 ; resided at Mills, Pa. 

1918 2. John T. Harrison, born Taylor Sept. 18, 1843 ; died at Washington, 
D. C, Jan. 14, 1863. 

1919 3- James B. Harrison, born Taylor July 16, 1845; died there Jan. 
29, 1850. 

1920 4. Burdett W. Harrison, born Taylor, July 11, 1847; married Jan. 27, 
1869, Alma Vandeburg, born Jan. 24, 1847, and resided at Mills, Pa., in 
1892. (3719) 

1921 5. Samuel E. Harrison, born Taylor Aug. 11, 1849; died at Taylor 
Sept. 11, 1849. 

1922 6. Henry B. Harrison, born Taylor Aug. 11, 1850; resided at Mills, 
Pa., in 1892. 

1923 7. Julia Ella Harrison, born Taylor April 25, 1853; resided at Mills, 
Pa., in 1892. 

1924 8. Leonard R. Harrison, born Harrison, Pa., April 13, 1855; resided 
at Mills, Pa., in 1892. 

1925 9. Hattie S. Harrison, born Harrison, Pa., Nov. 8, 1858; married 
Dec. 2, 1880, Burdett Boyce, born July 24, 1854; resided at Mills, Pa., 
in 1892. (3720) 

1926 10. Cora A. Harrison, born Harrison, Pa., Feb. 4, 1861 ; resided at 
Mills, Pa., in 1892. 

1927 11. Ettie L. Harrison, born Harrison, Pa., Sept. 16, 1863; married 
June 15, 1887, Andrew Gee, born July 10, 1861 ; resided at Bingham, 
Pa. (3721) 

Children of Rev. THOMAS B. and CAROLINE HYATT ROCK- 
WELL, of Oneida, N. Y., and Batavia, III.: (930) 

1928 1. SARAH MINERVA ROCKWELL, (3722) born Ridgefield, Conn., 
July 11, 1831; married in February, 1859, Rev. J. R. DOWNEY, and 
with him soon sailed for Calcutta, as a missionary to India. She was 
educated at Cazenovia Seminary, and at the early age of 16 she exhibited 
rare traits of Christian character. She devoted herself to teaching, and 
attained the position of preceptress in the Ohio Wesleyan Female College. 

On !anding at Calcutta in August, 1859, he started for his field in 
Rohilcund, but died before reaching his station, and was buried at Luck- 
now, leaving his young wife alone in that foreign land. But nobly did 
she go forward to the work for which she had left home and country, not 
disheartened by the overwhelming bereavement through which she had 
been called to pass. 

She took charge of the Boys' Orphanage at Bareilly, and found a 
pleasant home in the family of Dr. Waugh. Her work was very severe, 
and she was obliged to repair to the sanitarium at Nynee Tal. After five 
months she again returned to her work, and in the following December 
(i860) she was married to tfie Rev. JAMES MILLS THOBURN, of 
the India Mission, then stationed at Nynee Tal, who has since been chosen 
a bishop there. She continued to labor as a missionary with marked 
success, having organized a Sabbath school among the children of the 
place, and an orphanage for the children of the mountaineers; but in the 
midst of her usefulness she was called away. Her death, which occurred 
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a missionary, having faith and believing that God had called her to the 
work. In the autumn of 1894 Bishop Thoburn visited New York City and 
other places in America. 

1929 2. ROBERT NEWTON ROCKWELL, born Oneida. N. Y. f June 4, 

1840 ; married in 1866, R A. Belden, and settled at Downer's Grove, 

111. He was a professor in a college, but embarked in a commercial busi- 
ness with his brother, H. J. Rockwell, at Glenwood, la. (3723) 

1930 3. HAMLIN JAMES ROCKWELL, born Little Lakes, N. Y., Sept 
17, 1845. Early in 1862 he enlisted in the 67th Regiment, Illinois Volun- 
teers, and was mustered out at the expiration of its term of service. He 
then enlisted into the 8th Illinois Cavalry, and served in the Army of the 
Potomac until July, 1864. While in the 67th Regiment, at the age of 18 
years, he was commissioned a captain, and as such participated in various 
battles until December, 1865, when he was mustered out, and engaged in 
business with his brother, Robert N. Rockwell, at Glenwood, la. He 
married at Glenwood, la., Carrie M. Jackson, in 1868. She died, and he 
married, second, Bella Norton. His subsequent history was not obtained. 
He died at Chattanooga or Lookout Mountain in 1889. (3725) 

1931 4- LYMAN EDDY ROCKWELL, born Deansville, N. Y., Sept 4, 
1848. He was educated and ordained a minister of the M. E. Church, and 
united with the Genesee Conference, under whose appointment he was 
assigned to the charge at Medina* in 1891. He married Ida Campbell, of 
Wallingford, Conn., who was born July 2, 1857. They resided at Medina 
in 1892. (3728) 

Children of DAVID S., son of James and Abigail Hawley Rockwell, and 
BETSEY COMSTOCK ROCKWELL, of New Canaan, Conn.: (931 ) 

1932 1. WILBUR F. ROCKWELL, born Fenner, N. Y.. Dec. 25, 1833; 
married Frances M. Bradley. He was connected with the Butchers' and 
Drovers' Bank of New York City, and resided there in 1894. (3730) 

1933 2. J. VINCENT ROCKWELL, born New Canaan. Conn., Nov. 4. 
1835 ; married Adalina A. Robjohn, and resided in New York City in 
1894. (3734) 

1934 3- ALPHONZO D. ROCKWELL, born New Canaan, Conn.. May 18, 
1840. He was educated at Kenyon College, Ohio, and received his degree 
of M. D. at Bellevue Hospital Medical College in the spring of 1864, and 
at once entered the U. S. service as assistant surgeon of the 6th Ohio 
Cavalry, and served through the campaigns of 1864-5 with the Army of 
the Potomac, and till the surrender at Appomatox Court House. Five 
months after entering the service he received his commission as major 
and full surgeon, and was appointed surgeon of the brigade. In 1866 he 
associated himself with the late Dr. George M. Beard for the study of 
nervous diseases, and especially for the systematic development of 
electricity in its relaton to diseases in general. The results of these 
researches were made known to the medical profession, and discussed 
through their journals and periodicals from time to time from 1866 for 
many years, for account of which see "Biographical Sketches of A. D. 
Rockwell. A.M., M.D.," published in New York in 1878. He is a 
member of the American Academy of Medicine, fellow of the New York 
Academy of Medicine, and a member of the New York County Medical 
Society and of the American Neurological Association. He married in 
i858. Susie Landon. daughter of Gardner Landon, formerly of Troy, N. Y., 
They settled in New York City, and resided at 113 West 34th street in 
1892. (3735) 



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■935 4- THERON C. ROCKWELL, born Danbury, Conn., Dec. 12, 1845; 

married, first, Emeline Robinson; second, Lottie Burchard; resided at 
New Canaan in 1892. (3739) 

1936 5. RANSOM W. ROCKWELL, born Greenwich, Conn., in 1848; 
married Fannie Comstock, and resided at Seattle, Wash., in 1892. (3740) 

1937 6. ARTHUR L. ROCKWELL, born New Canaan July 10, 1852; not 
married; further unknown. 

Children of JAMES and MARGARET VAN NORTWICK ROCK- 
WELL, of Batavia, 111. : (932) 

1938 1. Frances Minerva Rockwell, born July 3, 1842, at Batavia, 111.; 
married Joseph M. Davidson, and resided at York, York County, Neb., 
in 1894. (3742) 

1939 2. Martha Jane Rockwell, born Batavia, 111., April 29, 1845, and died 
in childhood Sept 16, 1850. 

Children by second wife, SUSAN GROW : (932) 

1940 3. Margaret Rockwell, born Batavia, 111., Sept. 30, 1849. 

1941 4. Annie Maria Rockwell, born Batavia, 111., Aug. 18, 1853. 

1942 5. Hattie Lee Rockwell, born Batavia, 111., Nov. 25, 1857, and died 
April 4, 1862, at Batavia. 

Children of GEORGE and CATHARINE C. WESTLAKE ROCK- 
WELL, of Warsaw, 111. : (933) 

1943 1. MORRIS HOPPER ROCKWELL, born Aug. 26, 1841, and died 
in infancy, April 10, 1842. 

1944 2. WILLIAM WESTLAKE ROCKWELL, born Nov. 13, 1842, and 
died in infancy, June 5, 1843. 

1945 3- BERTRAND ROCKWELL, born Warsaw, 111., April 25, 1844. 
He enlisted in the 34th Iowa Vol. Infantry in 1862, was promoted to 
captain in 1863, and served in the Union army till the close of the war, 
having taken part in three battles and over thirty skirmishes. He married 
at Junction City, Sept. 29, 1870, Julia M. Snyder, daughter of George and 
Mary I. Snyder, of Junction City, Kan. ; she was born at Philadelphia, 
Pa., May 5, 1850. They settled at Junction City. (3743) 

1946 4- SUSAN MINERVA ROCKWELL, born Warsaw, 111, Jan. 3, 
1846; married, Jan. 22, 1867, Henry Albers, a merchant. He graduated 
at the Wesleyan College at Cincinnati, O., in June, 1864. They resided 
at Los Angeles, Cal, in 1902. 

1947 5. MARY HESTER ROCKWELL, born Dec. 31, 1847, and died 
Jan. 19, 1849. 

1948 6. GEORGE EUGENE ROCKWELL, born May 19, 1850, and died 
Oct. 2, 1850. 

1949 7- ANNIE FRANCES ROCKWELL, born Warsaw, 111., Jan. 16, 
1852 ; married at Junction City, March 30, 1875, General Adna R. Chaffee, 
born in Orwell, O., April 14, 1842. He enlisted in the U. S. Cavalry 
at an early date of the Rebellion, July 22, 1861, and served during the 
war, being commissioned second lieutenant of the 6th Cavalry, to rank 
from March 13, 1863. He was appointed adjutant of his regiment Nov. 
11, 1864; promoted to first lieutenant Feb. 22, 1863; appointed regimental 
quartermaster Dec. 12, 1866; promoted to captain of 6th Cavalry Oct. 12, 
1867; promoted major of the 9th Cavalry July 8, 1888. He was four 
times brevetted for gallantry — as first lieutenant July 3. 1863. at the battle 
of Gettysburg; as captain March 31, 1865, battle of Dinwiddie Court 



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House, Va. ; as major March 7, 1868, engagement with Indians, Aug. 30, 
1874, and July 17, 1882. He was acting inspector-general of Arizona, 
with headquarters at Los Angeles, Cal., from October, 1890, to July 31, 
1893, and of the Department of the Colorado, with headquarters at 
Denver, Col., from Aug. 1, 1893, to Oct. 4, 1894. (3752) 

1950 8. GEORGE ARTHUR ROCKWELL, born at Warsaw, III., April 

17, 1854; married at Highland, 111., Nov. 18, 1875, Annie E> Clark. They 
settled at Junction City, where they were living in 1902. He was a 
merchant. (3756) 

1951 9. KATE ELIZA ROCKWELL, born Warsaw, III., Jan. 8, 1857; 
married June 8, 1876, at Junction City, William Bingham Clark, of 
Cleveland, O., who is a prominent banker in Kansas City, Mo., where 
they resided in 1895. (3760) 

1952 10. FLORENCE GERTRUDE ROCKWELL, bora May 26, 1859, 
and died July 17, i860. 

1953 11. THOMAS HAWLEY ROCKWELL, born Warsaw, 111., Sept 

18, 1865. He was educated at the Kansas State University, and graduated 
at the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons, and served a full 
term at the hospital on Blackwell's Island. In 1902 he was medical 
director of the Equitable Life, Asso. Soc., London, England. He mar- 
ried at Fort Hamilton, L. I., Jan. 15, 1891, Mary Seiders. 

Children of FRANCIS ASBURY and MARY LEE ROCKWELL, of 
Ridgefield, Conn.: (934) 

1954 1. CHARLES LEE ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield, Conn., May 10, 
1843; married June 19, 1889, Mary L. Everest, born Oct. 2, 1863, at 
Owego, Tioga County, N. Y., daughter of Rev. Charles Hall and Maria 
L. Wadhams Everest. Rev. Charles Hall Everest was for twelve years 
the pastor of the Puritan Congregational Church of Chicago, 111. ; later he 
was pastor of a church in Brooklyn, and in 1895 t°°k the pastorate of 
the Congregational Church at East Orange, N. J. Charles Lee Rockwell 
and his wife moved to Meriden, Conn., where he was cashier of the 
First National Bank in 1894. (3762) 

1955 2. WILLIAM FRANCIS ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Jan. 12, 
1845; married Sept. 26, 1876, Louise Taylor, daughter of J. D. Taylor, 
Esq., of Washington, N. J., and settled at Meriden, Conn., where he was 
president of the Miller Bros. Cutlery Co., and resided there in 1893. (3763) 

1956 3. GEORGE ROCKWELL, born Ridgefield Nov. 19, 1848; married 
Jan. 26, 1881, Minnie F. Battles, daughter of Charles F. Battles, of Lowell, 
Mass. They settled at Meriden, where he was secretary of the Meriden 
Britannia Co., and where they resided in 1895. (3764) 

Child of JOHN W. and MARY E. BYXBEE ROCKWELL, of Ridge- 
field, Conn. : (936) 

1957 1. Mary Hester Rockwell, born Ridgefield April 19, 1874; she was at 
Berlin, Germany, in January, 1892, completing her musical education, 
and returned to her home in Ridgefield and was living there with her 
parents in 1895. 

Children of LOCKWOOD and LAURA STEWART HUNT, of Aurelius, 
N. Y., and Cleveland, O. : (953) 

1958 1. Elizabeth Hunt, born Aurelius, N. Y., May 9, 1837; married May 
24, 1855, Ira Pinckney; resided at Auburn. N. Y., in 1894. (37^7) 



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1959 2. Frances M. Hunt, born Aurelius, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1839; married 

at Cleveland, in April, 1864, John J. Davis, and resided there at 1062 
Wilson avenue, in 1895. (3768) 

Children of HARRY and KATURA YALE HUNT, of Aurelius, N. Y., 
and Cleveland, 0.: (954) 
i960 1. Helen L. Hunt, born Aurelius, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1836; married at 

Cleveland, in March, 1858, James S. Davis; resided at Cleveland, O., in 
1894. (3769) 

1961 1. Edward Payson Hunt, born Aurelius in July, 1838; married at 
Cleveland, July 4, 1870, Mary Rice. He was a member of the firm of 
Davis & Hunt, of Cleveland, in 1893, and resided in Wickliffe, 0., in 
1894. (3772) 

1962 3. Charles S. Hunt, born Aurelius in March, 1841 ; married at Bloom- 
ington, 111., Hunt, and resided at Santa Anna, Cal., in 1893. (3774) 

Children of HARVEY and GLORIANNA KISSAM HUNT, of New 

York City: (955) 

1963 1. Charles Augustus Hunt, born in New York City Dec 25, 1830; 
married in New York City, May 31, 1862, Elizabeth Tirney. (3777) 

1964 2. Anna Elizabeth Hunt, born New York City ; married Oct. 15, 1875, 
Atherton F. Curtis. She died at Old Fort, N. C, in 1890. (3782) 

Children of HARVEY and his second wife, KATHARINE STEPHENS 
HUNT: (955) 

1965 3. Coriene Hunt; married James Creswell, and resided at Toledo,. 
O., in 1893. 

1966 4. Harvey Hunt; further unknown. 

1967 5. Henry Hunt; further particulars could not be obtained. 

1968 6. Hartwell Hunt; nothing further known. 

Children of ASA and EUNICE NORTHROP (daughter of Nehemiah 
and Betsey E. Rockwell Northrop) BENEDICT, of Wilton, Conn., 
and Lysander, N. Y. : (956) 

1969 1. Solomon Benedict, born Wilton, Conn., July 21, 1827; married 
Emeline B. Keeler. He died at Lysander, N. Y. 

1970 2. Jacob Gilbert Benedict, born Wilton Aug. 9, 1828 ; married July 28, 
1851, Julia Carrington. He died at Fulton, N. Y. 

1971 3. Elizabeth N. Benedict, born Wilton April 19, 1832, and died Aug. 
2, 1834. 

1972 4. Caroline E. Benedict, born Wilton Jan. 27, 1836; married Norton 
Perrine, and resided at Lysander, N. Y. 

Children of THOMAS, son of Nehemiah and Betsey Rockwell Northrop, 
and EMILY BENEDICT NORTHROP, of Elbridge, N. Y.: (957) 

1973 1. David Wilson Northrop, born May 1, 1825; married June 8, 1846, 
Mary Stehfcins, and settled at Grand Rapids, Mich. He enlisted in Co. B, 
3d Mich. Vol. Infantry, which was the first regiment that left Grand 
Rapids for the front. He took part in the following engagements: 
Blackburn's Ford, July 18, 1861 ; first Bull Run, July 21, 1861 ; siege ot 
Yorktown, April 4 and May 4, 1862; Williamsburgh, Va.. May 5, 1862; 
Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862; Glendale, Va., June 30, 1862; White Oak 
Swamp, Malvern Hill. July 1, 1862; Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862; 



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Chancel lorsville, May i, 2 and 3, 1863, and Gettysburg, July 2 and 3, 1863. 
This regiment was accepted for service May 15, 1861 ; it was mustered 
out of the State service May 21, 1861, and into the service of the United 
States June 10, 1861. He served in Co. B in all its varied experiences 
during the war, and died Oct 14, 1876. 

1974 2. Frank Northrop, born Oct. 16, 1833; married Alice A. Coppernoll, 
and resided at Auburn, N. Y. 

1975 3- Mary Northrop, born (date not obtained) ; married Petre Shaw, 
and resided at Meridian. 

Children by his second wife, EMELINE BENEDICT NORTHROP: 

1976 4. Minerva Northrop, born at Lysander, N. Y., and died there, 

1977 5. Herbert M. Northrop, born Lysander Nov. 2, 1845 ; married Louise 
Marks; resided at Elbridge in 1895. 

1978 6. Gertrude A. Northrop, born Lysander Oct. 2, 1847 ; married Joseph 
W. Merritt, born Dec. 8, 1846. 

1979 7. Floyd B. Northrop, born Lysander Oct. 18, 1850; married Nov. 29, 
1871, Mary Atkins ; resided at Elbridge, N. Y, in 1895. 

1980 8. Carrie Northrop, born Ira, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1853; died at Lysander. 

Children of WILLIAM and CLARISSA NORTHROP WHITLOCK, 
of Wilton, Conn., and Ira, N. Y.: (958) 

1981 1. Charles H. Whitlock, born Wilton, Conn., Oct. 19, 1825; married 
Julia Beach; died at Seneca Falls Sept. 12, 1890. 

1982 2. William Ross Whitlock, born Newburg, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1827; 
further unknown. 

1983 3- Betsey A. Whitlock, born Wilton, Conn., June 4, 1830; further 
unknown. 

1984 4. Mary N. Whitlock, born Ira, N. Y„ March 15, 1832; married 
Chauncey Fetterly; resided at Hannibal, N. Y., in 1892. 

1985 5. Elizabeth C. Whitlock, born Ira, N. Y.. May 11, 1834; married 
William M. Mead. She resided at Westbury, N. Y, in 1892. 

1986 6. George F. Whitlock, born Lysander, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1838; married 
Mary Beach; resided at Seneca Falls. N. Y., in 1892. 

1987 7. Edward Whitlock, born in Wisconsin Dec. 3, 1840; married 
Lucretia Main. 

1988 8. Legrand Whitlock, born in Wisconsin April 25, 1842; married Linn 
Burges^; resided at Seneca Falls, N. Y., in 1892. 

Children of GEORGE B. and RUTH ANN TOWNSEND (daughter of 
William and Ruth Rockwell Townsend) HALLOCK, of Cayuga, 
N. Y. 1(965) 

1989 1. Theodora Matilda Hallock, born Cayuga. N. Y.. Feb. 15, 1842; 
not married; resided at Cayuga, N. Y., in 1893. 

1000 2. William Rockwell Hallock, born Cayuga Jan. 9. 1844; married 

Georgianna F. Brainerd. He died at Sparta. Wis., Jan. 12, 1883. (3783) 

1991 3- George Francis Hallock, born Cayuga Feb. 16, 1847; married 
Chloe E. Carter. They resided at Cayuga in 1893. (3787) 

1992 4. Grant Hallock, bom Cayuga April 22, 1849. He died in childhood 
at Cayuga, June 23, 1854. 

1993 5- Georgie Townsend Hallock, born Cayuga Aug. 24, 1856; married 
Norman C. Kelley, and resided at La Crosse, Wis., in 1893. (3790) 

1994 6. Anna Hallock, born Cayuga March 9, 1858; died there Oct. 17, 1867. 



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1995 7. Harvey Townsend Hallock, born Cayuga Feb. 28, 1862, and died 
March 27, 1864. 

Child of RUFUS E., youngest son of Lewis Rockwell, and MARY 
ELIZABETH MORRISON ROCKWELL, of West Brookfield: (973) 

1996 1. Carrie Gertrude Rockwell, born Logansport, Ind., March 5, 1861 ; 
married May 4, 1892, Harry M. Turner, and resided at West Brookfield 
in 1893. 

Children of GEORGE ROCKWELL, D. D., son of Hervey and Hannah 
Howe Rockwell and his first wife, SARAH L. TUNIS ROCKWELL, 
of Tarrytown, N. Y. : (976) 

1997 Hewlett C. Rockwell, born near Tarrytown, N. Y., July 9, 1844; 
married Dec. 30, 1866, Eunice Buckley; resided at Benton Harbor, Mich., 
in 1892. (3790 

1998 2. Charles H. Rockwell, born near Tarrytown, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1845; 
married Letitia Downs; resided in Cleveland Arcade, Cleveland, O., in 
1893. (3794) 

Daughters by his second wife, HANCY HUBBELL ROCKWELL: 

1999 3- Sarah L. Rockwell, born Waterloo, N. Y., Nov. 27, 185 1 ; died at 
Tarrytown, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1888. 

2000 4. Hannah Howe Rockwell, born Waterloo, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1853; 
married W. J. Townsend ; resided at Tarrytown, N. Y., in 1892. (3795) 

Children of HENRY H..and JANE H. ROCKWELL (daughter of 
Hervey and Hannah Howe Rockwell) ROBERTS, of New York 
City: (977) 

2001 1. Milton H. Roberts, born Mount Pleasant, N. Y., June 2, 1846; 
married Sept 29, 1886, Fanny Piatt, and resided in New York City in 
1892. (3800) 

2002 2. Emily A. Roberts, born Morrisania, N. Y., June 5, 185 1, and died 
there Aug. 6, 1851. 

2003 3. Mary A. Roberts, born Morrisania March 16, 1855 ; married Dec. 7, 
1882, Frank D. Skeel, a physician, and resided at 361 Mott avenue, New 
York City, in 1895. (3801) 

2004 4» Willie H. Roberts, born Morrisania May 18, 1858, and died there 
June 20, 1858. 

20Q5 5. George R. Roberts, born Morrisania Feb. 9, i860, and died in New 

York City Oct. 9, 1870. 

Child of JOHN and SARAH WHITNEY OLMSTEAD BENEDICT, 
of Stamford, Conn. : (979) 

2006 1. Harriet L. Benedict, born Aug. 12, 1853; married George W. 
Reynolds, a merchant He died at Brockton, Mass., in April, 1891. (3802) 

Children of JAMES HERVEY, son of Walter and Fanny Rockwell Olm- 
stead, and ADELAIDE FRANCES MEEKER OLMSTEAD, of 
Stamford, Conn. : (984) 

2007 1. Cora Montgomery Olmstead, born Stamford March 11, 1856;- not 
married; resides at Stamford, Conn. 

aoo8 2. Grace Stanley Olmstead, born Stamford April 2, 1857, and died 

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2009 3. Walter Douglas Olmstead, born Stamford May 2, 1862, and died 
in September, 1862. 

2010 4. Adelaide Rockwell Olmstead, born Stamford in September, 1863, 
and died April 25, 1864. 

201 1 5. Irving Olmstead, born Stamford May 17, 1865; not married in 1892. 

2012 ' 6. Fanny Olmstead, born Stamford Nov. 20, 1868; unmarried in 1892. 

2013 7. Mary Olmstead, born Stamford Nov. 20, 1868; unmarried in 1892. 

2014 8. Josephine Olmstead, born Stamford April 25, 1870, and died in 
January, 1871. 

Children of Rev. WILLIAM and CLARISSA ROCKWELL (daughter 
of Lewis and Mary Webster Rockwell) DAVENPORT, of North 
Stamford: (967) 

2015 1. Webster Davenport; married and died; said to have left one 
child, Milton Davenport. 

2016 2. Henry Davenport, said to be a clergyman at Bridgeport. 

2017 3. Emily Davenport 

2018 4. William Davenport. 

Note. — A letter asking for information concerning this family was 
answered by anonymous postal. All are dead who could give reliable 
information. 

Children of JOSEPH W., son of Lewis and Mary Webster Rockwell, 
and JULIA OVIATT ROCKWELL, of Elyria, Ohio: (968) 

3019 1. Mary Amelia Rockwell, born Elyria, O., Nov. 5, 1837, and died 
Aug. 4, 1839. 

3020 2. Mary Emily Rockwell, born Elyria, O., Aug. 7, 1840; married at 
Elyria, Sept. 1, 1804, Ezra N. Damon. They resided at Hinckley, O., in 
1893. (3805) 

2021 3. Celia H. Rockwell, born Elyria March 2, 1842; married at Hinck- 
ley, 0., Feb. 5, 1862, Ezra N. Damon. She died March 18, 1864, and 
he married, second, her sister. (3804) 

Children of JOSEPH W. and has second wife, ALMA M. POWELL 
ROCKWELL, of Elyria, O. She was born in Vermont Feb. 27, 1821, 
and died March 3, 1880, at Elyria, 0. 

2022 4. DWIGHT WEBSTER ROCKWELL, born Elyria, 0., March 22, 
1848; married at Cleveland, O., June 28, 1882, GEORGIA ADAMS, and 
settled in Cleveland, O., where he was assistant manager of the Western 
Mineral Wool Company in 1893. 

2023 5. Julia M. Rockwell, born Elyria, O., March 13, 1851; resided at 
the old homestead in 1893. 

2024 6. Harriet Amelia Rockwell, born Elyria, O., March 23, 1853, and 
died there Nov. 26, 1870. 

2025 7. Ida Elnora Rockwell, born Elyria Feb. 12, 1856, and died there 
May 13, 1864. 

2026 8. Ettie J. Rockwell, born Elyria, O., April 17, 1862; she lived with 
her sister on the old homestead at Elyria in 1893. 

• Children of WILLIAM and EMILY ROCKWELL SEARLES, of 
Camden, O. : (970) 

2027 1. Lewis E. Searles, born Hinckley, O., Aug. 31, 1843; married at 



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Camden, O., Nov. 25, 1890, Malvina Gress. They resided at Camden, 
O. in 1893. (3807) 
2026 2. Alma L. Searles, born Hinckley May 1, 1846; married at North 

Camden, O., July 4, 1871, William H. Crandall. They resided at Merriam 
Park, St. Paul, Minn., in 1893. (3813) 

Children of WILLIAM W., son of Lewis and Mary Webster Rockwell, 
of Illinois, and POLLY ANN POWELL ROCKWELL, of St. Louis, 
Mo. : (971) 

2029 1. ANNIE MARIA ROCKWELL, born Brockport, O., April 5, 1850; 
married at Lanark, 111., Oct. 3, 1876, CHARLES L. BROWN and settled 
in Kansas; post-office address was New Albany, Kan., in 1893. (3815) 

2030 2. GEORGE EDWARD ROCKWELL, born Brockport, 0., Oct. 18, 
1851; accidentally killed at the age of 11 years. 

2031 3- HATTIE FLORENCE ROCKWELL, born Lanark, 111., Aug. 24, 
1858; married Feb. 28, 1884, at Springfield, Mo., PHILANDER E. 
DRYDEN, and resided at 3010J4 Thomas street, St. Louis, in 1893. (3820) 

2032 4. EMMA GERTRUDE ROCKWELL, born at Lanark, III, Jan. 16, 
1864; not married in 1893. 

2033 5. ELLA MAY ROCKWELL, born Lanark, III, May 3, 1870; not 
married in 1893. 

Child of ALBERT D. and HARRIET N. ROCKWELL TOMLINSON, 
of Elgin, 111. : (972) 

2034 1. Albert E. Tomlinson; resided at Elgin, 111., in 1893. 

Children of DAVID, son of Stephen and Sarah Wood Rockwell, of 
Cato, N. Y., and LAURELA JEWELL ROCKWELL, of Meridian, 
N. Y.:(98 5 ) 

2035 1. Charles Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1817; married, first, 
Catharine E. Pell; she died July 7, 1864. He married, second, Alice J. 
Moss, and they resided at Battle Creek, Mich., in 1893. (3822) 

2036 2. Chauncey Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y., May 29, 1828; married 
Mary Jane Rude. She died Feb. 20, 1869. He resided at Weedsport, 
N. Y., in 1893. (3824) 

2037 3- James M. Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1835, and died at 
Meridian Oct. 14, 1847. 

Children of SAMUEL, son of Stephen and Sarah Wood Rockwell, and 
ANNA RHOADS ROCKWELL, of Cato, N. Y. : (986) 

2038 1. Phebe Ann Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1824; married 
William Grant; resided in Brockport, N. Y., in 1892. 

2039 2. Mary Rockwell, born Cato May 15, 1826; married Joshua Crowell, 
and resided at Cato in 1892. 

2040 3. Minerva Rockwell, born Cato Sept. 30, 1829; married William J. 
Van Doren, and resided at Cato in 1892. 

2041 4. Clinton Rockwell, born Cato June 29, 1833; married Louise M. 
Eaker, and resided at Cato. (3826) 

2042 5. Emma Rockwell, born Cato May 9, 1842; married John Putnam, 
and resided at Cato. 

2043 6. David J. Rockwell, born Cato Sept. 11, 1845; married Alice Peake, 
and resided at Council Bluffs, la. (3829) 



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Children of CHRISTIAN and PHEBE ROCKWELL (daughter of 
Stephen and Sarah Ward Rockwell) FINK, of Victory, N. Y. : (987) 

2044 1. Stephen Fink, born Cato, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1819; married Melissa 
Johnson, and lived at Victory, N. Y. He died Sept. 8, 1887. 

2045 2. Nancy Fink, born Montgomery, N. Y., March 7, 1822; married 
Hiram Cole, and settled at Butler, Wayne County, N. Y., and resided 
there in 1892. (3830) 

2046 3. Catharine Fink, born Montgomery Feb. 10, 1824; married, first. 
Almond Rhoads, and lived at Cato, N. Y. She married, second, J. N. 
Bennet She died June 7, 1875. He resided at Wolcott, N. Y. f in 
1892. 

2047 4. Sarah Fink, born Montgomery Jan. 1, 1826 ; married John N- West- 
fall, and settled in Wayne County, N. Y.; resided at Wolcott, N. Y.„ 
in 1892. (3833) 

2048 5. John C. Fink, born Montgomery May 17, 1828; married Lydia 
Leonard, and moved to California, and died there Aug. 20, 1861. 

2049 6. David Fink, born Victory, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1830; married Mary Ann 
Simons, and settled at Westbury, N. Y., and died there July 20, 1864. 

2050 7. Levi Fink, born Victory, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1832; married Lucretia 
Johnson, and settled at Leadville, Col.; resided there in 1892. 

Children of RICHARD and SALLY ROCKWELL (daughter of Stephen 
and Sarah Wood Rockwell) HOFF, of Red Creek, N. Y. : (988) 

2051 1. Eliza Hoff, born Red Creek, N. Y., April 7, 1834; married G. W. 
Wardell. He died Jan. 18, 1881. She resided at Wolcott, N. Y., in 1893. 

2052 2. Jakway R. Hoff, born Red Creek, N. Y., May 20, 1837; married 
there, in September, 1864, Rebecca Cuyler, and settled in St. Louis, Mo.. 
where he is the president of the Home Savings & Loan Association of 
St. Louis, where he resided in 1893. 

2053 3. Juliette Hoff, born Red Creek March 2, 1840; married William 
A. Stevens, and resided at South Edwards, St. Lawrence County, N. Y.. 
in 1893. No children. 

2054 4. Cynthia A. Hoff, born Red Creek Oct. 14, 1842; married Barton 
P. Gage, and resided at Scranton, Pa., in 1893. 

2055 5. Caroline S. Hoff, born Red Creek Nov. 16, 1845; married William 
R. Fleming, and resided at Victory, N. Y., in 1893. 

2056 6. George W. Hoff, born Red Creek Oct. 31, 1848; not married; 
resided in Kansas City in 1893. 

2057 7. Charles R. Hoff, born Red Creek July 26, 1851; in 1893 he was 
not married, and was employed by the Missouri Pacific Railroad at 
Sedalia, Mo. 

Children of ARCHIBALD and JANE ROCKWELL (daughter of 
Stephen and Sarah Wood Rockwell) FORBES, of Conquest 
N. Y. 1(989) 

2058 1. Lucius Forbes, born Ira, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1834; married, and settled 
at Montezuma, N. Y. 

2059 2. Charles Forbes, born Cato, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1836; married Helen 
Reynolds. 

2060 3. William Forbes, born Conquest, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1838; died at 
Conquest Nov. 5, 1867. 

2061 4. Maryette Forbes, born Ira, N. Y., July 31, 1842; married Cyrus 
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2062 5. John Forbes, born Cato, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1845 J married Kate Tuli; 
died Dec. 25, 1872. 

2063 6. Newell Forbes, born Conquest, N. Y., April 19, 1849; married 
Jennie Earl, and died Nov. 15, 1871. 

Children of PHILO, son of Stephen and Sarah Wood Rockwell, and 
NANCY BASSETT ROCKWELL, of Cato, N. Y. : (990) 

2064 1. Stephen L. Rockwell, born Cato, N. Y., March 20, 1840; married 
Kate Hovey, and resided at Jordan, N. Y., in 1894. No children. 

2065 2. Susan E. Rockwell, born Cato Dec. 31, 1844; married John B. 
Smith, and they resided at Cato in 1894. 

2066 3. Lewis J. Rockwell, born Cato April 21, 1848; married Helen 
Cornell; resided at Jordan, N. Y., in 1894. (3834; 

Children of MELVIN and SUSAN WEAVER ROCKWELL, of Battle 
Creek, Mich.: (994) 

2067 1. George Rockwell, M. D. ; married Ella Starkweather, and resided 
at Battle Creek. 

2068 2. Alice Rockwell; married Alexander L. Clark, and resided at 
Battle Creek. 

Children of BENJAMIN S. and PHILA JUDD ROCKWELL, of 
Bethel, Conn.: (095) 

2069 1. DAVID JUDD ROCKWELL, born Bethel, Conn., Jan. 24, 1803; 
married there, F*b. 27, 1828, Ruth Keeler, daughter of Phineas and 
Elizabeth Lobdell Keeler, of North Salem, (684) where she was born. 
They settled at West Milton, and moved to Akron, Erie County, N. Y., 
where she died in 1842. He married, second, 1843, ANN MARIA 
SCUTT. She died in February, 1858. He died at Akron, Feb. 27, 
1874. (3835) . 

2070 2. BETTY ROCKWELL, born Bethel, Conn., Dec. 6, 1804; married 
March 18, 1838. JOSEPH LOCKWOOD COOK, born Feb. 2, 1798. 
They settled at Clarendon, N. Y., where he died March 11, 1842. She 
died May 6, 1848. (3841) 

2071 3. ORRIN ROCKWELL, born Bethel Nov. 11, 1806; married first, 
in 1831. SARAH FAIRCHILD, of Bethel, who died Jan. 18, 1833, aged 
22 years. He married, second, in Si ptember, 1838, CATHARINE 
HOLLISTER, daughter of Rev. Allen Hollister, who was born Feb. 28, 
1810. They settled at Bethel, Conn., and died there— he March 4, 1876; 
she Aug. 26, 1869. (3843) 

2072 4. NORMAN ROCKWELL, born Bethel March 31, 181 1; never 
married; died about 1840. 

2073 5. ANN ROCKWELL, born Bethel May 31, 1814; unmarried; died 
at Clarendon, N. Y., in May, 1854. 

2074 6. ELIZA ROCKWELL, born Bethel Dec. 19, 1816; married March 
19, 1844, NATHAN O. WARREN. They settled at Holly, Orleans 
County, N. Y., where he died Nov. 19, 1887. She died there also, Oct 
22, 1890. (3846) 

Children of ARD S. and BETSEY SHAW ROCKWELL, of Butternuts, 
N. Y.:(oo6) 

2075 i- John S. Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., March 25, 1810; 
married Oct. 28, 1839, LOVINIA HARD. He died May 26, 1863, at 
Columbus, Wis. She died in 1852. (3851 and 3856) 



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3076 2. Legrand Rockwell, born Butternuts March 2\, 1812: married 

Aug. 22, 1844, Frances A. Hickox. Both died at Elkhorn, Wis. She 
died Dec. 23, 1869. (3859) 

2077 3. Elizabeth Rockwell, born Butternuts May 22, 1814; married Nov. 
8, 1837, at Otego, N. Y., Edward A. Austin. He died Man* 16, 1843. 
She resided at Columbus, Wis., in 1894. (3863) 

2078 4. Lester R. Rockwell, born Butternuts July 17, 1816; married Aug. 
31, 1857, Maria E. Page. Both died at Columbus, Wis.— he Jat 18, 1884; 
she Oct. 26, 1889. (3864) 

4079 5. Abbyrene S. Rockwell, born Butternuts Aug. 21, 1818. married 

Delos W. Dean, and lived in Laurence, Otsego County, N. Y., She died 

at Columbus, Wis., Oct. 12, 1886. (3867) 
3080 6. Mary Rockwell, born Butternuts June 3, 1821; married Jan. 15, 

1849, John R. Wheeler. They resided at Buffalo, N. Y.. and she died 

there Oct. 12, 1889. (3868) 
2081 7. David Henry Rockwell, born Butternuts July 27, 1823; never 

married ; resided at Burlington Junction, Nodaway County, Mo., in 1804- 
9082 8. Sarah J. Rockwell, born Butternuts Sept. 9, 1825; married Sept 

24, 1853, Amasa G. Cook, a lawyer and farmer, and resided at Columbus, 

Wis., in 1891. (3869) 

Children of PETER and KEZIAH ROCKWELL PLATT, of Butter- 
nuts, Otsego County, N. Y. : (997) 

2083 1. Rufus H. Piatt, born Butternuts, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1805; married 
Clarissa Cook, and died Aug. 11, 1861, at Oswego, N. Y. 

2084 2 - Nelson H. Piatt, born Butternuts Feb. 4, 1807; married May 3, 
1828, Miranda Hitchcock. He died at Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1844- (3875) 

2085 3. Nathan E. Piatt, born Butternuts Feb. 4, 1807; married Rachel 
Moss. He died at Kirkland, N. Y., March 4, 1875. ('3878) 

2086 4. L. Paschal Piatt, born Butternuts Feb. 7. 1809; married Sophrona 
Slate. They died in Massachusetts— he Jan. 10, 1883 ; she in 1886. (3879) 

20S7 5. E. Ophelia Piatt, born Butternuts Oct 1, 181 1; married Cutler 

Parlin. She died in January. 1841 (place of death unknown). (3883. 
2088 6. Delia A. Piatt, born Butternuts Aug. 20, 1813; married, first 

Waterman Davis; second, Alvin Chamberlain; resided at Washington. 

Dak., in 1894. (3884) 
2^)89 7. Leroy R. Piatt, born Butternuts May 8, 1816 ; married Abigail 

Smith, Dec. 25, 1838, and died at Butternuts Jan. 4, 1843. 

Dec. 25, 1838, and died at Butternuts Jan. 4, 1843. 

2090 8. Benjamin S. Piatt, born Butternuts March 20, 1818; married 
Sept. 4, 1843, Elizabeth Thomas ; resided at Clinton, N. Y., in 1894 (3887? 

2091 9. Slawson M. Piatt born Butternuts July 1, 1820; married Caroline 
Tyler, and died at Oswego, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1865. (3888) 

2092 10. L. Jane Piatt, born Butternuts Aug. 9, 1822; married Cornelius 
Hopkins, Oct. 19, 1843; resided at Binghamton, N. Y., in 1894. (3891) 

2093 n. L. Juliette Piatt, born Butternuts Jan. 20, 1827; married John A. 
Prentice, June 23, 1864. She died at South Hampton, Mass., May 12, 
1888. No children. 

Children of ASHBEL R., son of Benjamin and Triphena Starr Rockwell 
and CATY SHAW ROCKWELL, of Butternuts, N. Y.: (098) 

2094 1. Catharine V. Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1814; 



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married Oct. 28, 1840, Albert L. Comstock. She died at Norwich May 15, 
1883. (3894a) 

2095 2. Mary Laura Rockwell, born Butternuts Aug. 19, 1817; married 
Sept. 4, 1835, E. Winchester Stebbins, born at Butternuts July 27, 1812. 
He died at Norwich Aug. 7, 1891. (3894c) 

2096 3. Cornelia Ann Rockwell, born Butternuts Jan. 18, 1820; married 
Nov. 4, 1 841, William Delos Babcock, son of Joshua and Clarissa Bab- 
cock, born April. 26, 1817. He died July 26, 1889. She died at Gilberts- 
ville, Oct. 14, 1855. (38941) 

2097 4. Ashbel Ruggles Rockwell, Jr., born Butternuts Sept. 8, 1822; did 
not marry ; died at Gilbertsvile Feb. 21, 1845. 

2098 5. David Shaw Rockwell, born Butternuts Oct. 10, 1824; went to 
Nevada, and has not been heard from since 1855. 

2099 6. George Albion Rockwell, born Butternuts Dec. 17, 1826; married 

Feb. 10, 1852, Rachel M . She died in June, 1877. He died March 

27, 1881, at Glbertsville, N. Y. 

2100 7. Starr A. Rockwell, born Butternuts Sept. 15, 1829; married June 
26, 1855, Susan M. Noble, and resided at Cedar Falls, la., in 1891. (3894k) 

Children of ASHBEL R. and REBECCA HOYT ROCKWELL (of 
Connecticut, whom he married April 8, 1841, and who died at Norwich, 
N. Y.), of Gilbertsville: (998) 

2101 8. Frances Augusta Rockwell, bom Feb. 26, 1842; married H. W. 
Benson, and resided at No. 2201 Seventeenth avenue, Minneapolis, Minn., 
in 1901. He died at Minneapolis May 18, 1885. 

2102 9. Benjamin Albert Rockwell, born Norwich, N> Y., Feb. 20, 1844. 
He died at Anoka, Minn. 

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Children of AMOS, son of Benjamin Rockwell, and ELIZABETH 
EMMONS ROCKWELL, of Butternuts, N. Y.: (999) 

2103 1. Elizabeth Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., Sept 4, 1819; married, 
first, William E. Gray, July 21, 1835; second, Richard Cole. She died 
Oct. 26, 1880. (3894° ) 

2104 2. Alice Adelia Rockwell, born Butternuts May 20, 1821 ; married S. 
Valentine Shaw. She died at Lansing, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1858. (3894V) 

2105 3. James Rockwell, born Butternuts Sept. 13, 1823; married Jan. 9, 
1851, Jane A. Shaw, and he died at Butternuts Dec. 9, 1889. (3895) 

2106 4. Rachel Rockwell, born Butternuts July 20, 1825; married Septem- 
ber 10, 1854, George A. Rockwell, and resided at Butternuts. She died 
July 12, 1877. (3900) 

2107 5. Caroline L. Rockwell, born Butternuts July 12, 1830; married 
June 11, 1850, Ezra V. Bottsford. She died at Scranton, Pa., in Decem- 
ber, 1883. No children. 

2106 6. Adaline M. Rockwell, born Butternuts Oct. 21, 1833; married Oct 

IS, 1856, Porter F. Btiell, and resided at Stittsville, N. Y., in 1892. (3901) 

Children of ANDREW, son of Benjamin Rockwell, and ALICE RILEY 
ROCKWELL, of Stittsville, Oneida County, N. Y.: (1000) 

2109 1. Mary Rockwell, born Stittsville, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1826; died at 
Trenton, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1827, aged 1 year. 

21 10 2. Frances A. Rockwell, born Stittsville, tf. Y., Aug. 30, 1833; 
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young. She married, second, May 27, 1885, Ezra V. Bottsford, and 
resided at Sherburn, N. Y., in 1891. 

Children of ASAHEL, son of Benjamin Rockwell, and his two wives, 
first) ANA DAILY and (second) HANNAH FRAZEE ROCKWELL, 
of Violet, Ontario County, N. Y. : (1001) 

21 1 1 1. Sperry Rockwell, bom Violet, Ontario County, N. Y. ; married 
Louisa , and resided at Kingston, Ont. 

21 12 2. Mary Ann Rockwell, born Violet, N. Y.; married Calvin Shirley, 
and resided at Wilton, Ont. 

21 13 3. Victoria Rockwell, born Violet, N. Y. ; died in infancy. 

21 14 4. Albert Rockwell, born Violet, N. Y. ; "married, and resided in 
Manitoba. 

21 15 5. A. Starr Rockwell, born Violet, N. Y.; resided at Rochester, N. Y. 

21 16 6. Andrew Rockwell, born Violet, N. Y., and resided in Manitoba. 

21 17 7. George Rockwell, born Violet, N. Y. ; unmarried; resided at 
Rochester, N. Y. 

21 18 8. John Rockwell, born Violet, N. Y.; married, and resided at 
Kingston, Ont. 

21 ip 9. Eva Rockwell, born Violet, N. Y. ; married Noxon ; resi- 

dence unknown. 

Children of WILLIAM and RACHEL ROCKWELL (daughter of Ben- 
jamin and Triphena Rockwell) STEWART, of Trenton, Oneida 
County, N. Y. : (1002) 

2120 Horatio Stewart, born Trenton, N. Y., July 20, 1819; married 

Wilcox. He died at Brockport, N. Y. 

2121 2. Laura Stewart, born Louisville, N. Y., June 4, 1821; married in 
1840, Rev. William Perry Paddock, an Episcopal clergyman of Utica, 
N. Y. They subsequently lived in Philadelphia and Pittsburg, Pa. She 
died in Philadelphia Dec. 21, 1879. He also died in Philadelphia, June 
2, 1872. They were greatly respected, and the same is commemorated 
by a memorial window for him in a church at Pittsburg, Pa., and one 
for her in a church at West Philadelphia. Bishop Alonzo Potter, in 
speaking of her, said, "She is my beau ideal of woman." Coming from 
such an authority, this must be regarded as a very rich tribute to her 
excellence of character and life. In her last moments, when beyond the 
power of articulation, surrounded by her children, her mute expressions 
by gestures and the radiance of her countenance impressed the beholders 
as never to be forgotten. Rev. William P. Paddock was a descendant of 
Commodore Perry, renowned for his great naval exploits in behalf of 
our country. (3906) 

Children of ANSON, son of Benjamin Rockwell, and HANNAH F. 
CO YE ROCKWELL, of Whitewater, Wis.: (1004) 

2122 1. Helen Tryphena Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y. t July 30, 1829; 
married Sept. 17, 1850, Frank H. My rick, born at Butternuts in 1826. 
They resided at Norden, Neb. (3919) 

2123 2. Ann Lucinda Rockwell, born Butternuts in October, 1830; married 
in 1850, Robert A. Abell, born Oct. 23, 1829 ; resided at Chicago, 111. (3922) 

2124 3. Priscilla Augusta Rockwell, born Butternuts in October, 1837; 
married Prof. "Elias Dewey, and resided at 1416 25th street, Des Moines, 
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2125 4. Mary Stewart Rockwell, born Butternuts May 17, 1840; married 
in May, i860, Judge Henry O. Montague. They resided temporarily at 
Oakland. Cal., and he died there in December, 1892. Their home was^ 
at Silverton, Col. 

2126 5. Maria Victorine Rockwell, born Butternuts April 27, 1852 ; married 
Frank Filmore Lewis, born in 1850. They resided at Janesville, Wis., 
in 1891. (3904) 

Children of ALMON, son of Benjamin and Triphena Starr Rockwell, 
and LUCY MIRICK ROCKWELL, of New York Mills, N. Y.: (1005) 

2127 1. A. Ferdinand Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1835; 
married Harrietta K. Hunter, and resided at Philadelphia, Pa. He was 
a soldier in the Rebellion. (3929) 

2128 2. Amelia Lucy Rockwell, born New York Mills. N. Y., April 26, 
1844; married, first, Capt. W. A. Musson; second, T. H. Musson; resided 
at Gilbertsville, N. Y. Her first husband, Capt Willard A. Musson, was 
killed at Hatcher's Run, Va., Oct. 27, 1864. (3931) 

Children of LEVI CLARK and PAMELIA R. KNAPP ROCKWELL, 
of Butternuts, N. Y., and San Pierre, Ind. : (1007) 

2129 1. Oscar B. Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1837; married 
Mary A. Cantwell, and resided at San Pierre, Ind., in 1892. 

2130 2. Wallace H. Rockwell, born Butternuts April 26, 1840; not married; 
died in Andersonville Prison, Aug. 5, 1864. 

2131 3. Alphonzo P. Rockwell, born Butternuts Oct. 18, 1841; married 
Mattie Declems, and resided at Medarysville, Ind., in 1892. 

2132 4. Frances M. Rockwell, born Aug. 27, 1844; married Thomas Robin- 
son, and resided at Medarysville, Ind., in 1892. 

2133 5. Edward S. Rockwell, born Butternuts Nov. 27, 1845; no* married; 
resided at Medarysville, Ind. He died May 8, 1865, at Mobile, Ala. 

2134 6. George S. Rockwell, born Butternuts July 5, 1847 ; married Cathar- 
ine Pope, and resided at Valparaiso, Ind. 

2135 7. Ida E. Rockwell, born May 31, 1849; not married; further un- 
known. 

2136 8. Malcom V. Rockwell, born July 3, 1857; married Hattie Murray, 
who was born May 27, 1867. 

Children of NIRAM R., son of Lemuel and Betsey Rockwell Merchant, 
and MARIA DIBBLE MERCHANT, of Guilford, N. Y.: (1008) 

2137 1. ANDREW PERCIVAL MERCHANT, born Guilford, N. Y„ 
April 7, 1831 ; married Hannah Phillips, and settled at Guilford, and she 
died there Dec. 29, 1875/ He is the proprietor of the Guilford Iron 
Works. (3933) 

2138 2. Jane Elizabeth Merchant, born Guilford Oct 27, 1832 ; not married ; 
lived on the old homestead at Guilford in 1892. 

2139 3. Helen Maria Merchant, born Guilford Nov. 28, 1839; not married 
lived on the old homestead at Guilford in 1892. 

2140 4. Mary Eveline Merchant, born Guilford Sept. 2, 1841 ; married 
Frank Burt, who was born June 25, 1841 ; resided at Mannington, W. Va. t 
1892. (3935) 

Children of ORRIN G. and SALLY L. SMITH MERCHANT, of Guil- 
ford, Chenango County, N. Y. : (1009) 

2141 1. Ossian Delos Merchant, born Guilford, N. Y., April 3, 1832; mar- 



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ried Mary E. Harris, and resided at Guilford in 1892. They had no 
children. For forty years he has been employed in the Guilford Iron 
Works. 

2142 2. Marco Erskine Merchant, born Guilford April 24, 1836; married 
Ellen G. Rogers, born March 25, 1835. She died Dec. 27, 1884. He 
resides at Guilford, N. Y. (3937) 

2143 3. Lucia Adele Merchant, born Guilford March 18, 1841 ; married 
George H. Baldwin, born Sept. 10, 1839; resided at Norwich, N. Y., in 
1892. (3939) 

Children of HARVEY O. and ELIZA ANN MERCHANT NASH, of 
Butternuts, N. Y. : (1010) 

2144 1. Elizabeth Olive Nash, born Butternuts, N. Y., July 25, 1840; 
married, first, Joseph Thurston; second, William S. Usher; resided at 
Toronto, Canada, in 1892. (3941) 

2145 2. *William Olmstead Nash, born Butternuts March 9, 1842; married 
Marcia Irene Winsor, born Aug. 24, 1846, and resided at Guilford, N. Y^ 
in 1892. (3943) 

2146 3. * Martin Marion Nash, born Butternuts Oct. 9, 1844; married 
Lucinda R. Beatty, and resided at Guilford in 1892. (3944) 

2147 4. Ellen Maria Nash, born Butternuts May 3, 1845 ; married William 

B. Hovey, born June 19, 1845; resided at Guilford, N. Y., in 1892. (3947) 

2148 5. Gould Merchant Nash, born Butternuts Feb. 23, 1847; married, 
first, Nellie Cook, born May 4, 1845, and died March 26, 1882. He mar- 
ried, second, Bina Thompson, born at Burnham, Me., June 2, 1859. They 
resided at Tomahawk, Wis., in 1892. (3950 and 3953) 

2149 6. Phebe Ann Nash, born Butternuts Aug. 30, 1848; married Oliver 

C. Bentley, and resided at Gilbertsville, N. Y., in 1892. 

Children of ALEXANDER, son of Stephen and Elizabeth Lawrence 
Rockwell, and MARIA MESSENGER ROCKWELL, of South Salem, 
N. Y. (io3od) 
2146a 1. Stephen Rockwell, born Sept. 13, 18267 married Dec. 18, 1847, 

Catharine E. Haycock. He died Dec. 1, 1873- She died Sept. 19, 
1891. (3945a) 
2146b 2. John Rockwell. 

2146c 3. Jane Rockwell. 

2i46d 4. Susan Rockwell. 



*Notr.— WILLIAM O. NASH enlisted at Guilford, Chenango County, 
N. Y., Aug. 11, 1862, in Co. A, 114th N* Y. State Volunteers. The regi- 
ment proceded to the South, where on April 8 to 11, 1863, they were 
engaged in the battle at Bisland, La. They were next at the siege of 
Port Hudson, from May 27 to June 8. On April 8, 1864, they were at the 
battle of Sabine Cross Roads, and on the 9th at Pleasant Hill, La., and 
from that till the 27th of May were continuously skirmishing, under 
Gen. Banks, in the Red River campaign. On July 2 the regiment sailed 
with sealed orders for Old Point Comfort. On arriving there they 
received orders to proceed at once to Washington, as the capital was in 
danger from Gen. Early's army, who were in the vicinity and shelling 
the outskirts of the city. The regiment on coming north first took part 
in the battle of Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864. They went into the btatle 
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Children of STEPHEN, grandson of Nathan and Martha Rockwell, and 
RACHEL ALLAIRE ROCKWELL, of New York City: (1030b) 

2146a! 1. Joel Lawrence Rockwell, born New York City Aug. 29, 1826; 
married May 9, 1850, Ann Eliza Lounsbury, daughter of Nathan and 
Delia Armor Scofield Lounsbury, of Ridgefield; resided at Ridgefield in 
1896. (3946a) 

2146^2 2. Maria Allair Rockwell, born New York City Dec. 27, 1827; mar- 
ried Byron Holly. 

214633 3. James Dustan Rockwell, born New York City Feb. 14. 1830; 
married Lucinda Graves, and resided at No. 24 South Eliott place,. 
Brooklyn. No children. 

214634 4. Elizabeth Fisher Rockwell, born New York City in March, 1835,, 
and died there April 4, 1837; buried at Ne wRochelle. 

2 1 46a 5 5. Elizabeth F. Rockwell, 2d, born New York City March 6, 1837; 

married Charles Weeks, and resided at 13 W. 63d street, New York City. 
2i4oa6 6. Stephen Benjamin Rockwell, born New York City May 27, 1840. 

He died in August, 1850, and was buried at New Rochelle. 
214637 7. Anthony Allair Rockwell, born Oxford, N. Y., April 18, 1844; 

not married; resided at New Haven. 



Children of DARWIN F., son of Dr. Benjamin and Rebecca Foote 

Rockwell, and LUCILLA S. DOWNER ROCKWELL, of Elizabeth 

and Jersey City, N. J.: (1030c) 

2i46a8 1. James Burnett Rockwell, born July 27, 1833, and died Feb. 2, 1843. 

2146b 2. William Rockwell, born Westfield, N. J., April 12, 1837; married 

at Glens Falls, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1870, Eleanora W. Locke; resided at 

Plainfield, N. J. (3945a) 
2146c 3. Lucilla S. Rockwell, born Jersey City, N. J., May 30, 1839; mar- 

ried, first, A. Van Nest, who died. She married, second, Robert Dodd; 

was a widow in 1897, and lived at Newark, N. J. (3946m) 
2i46d 4 Susan Rockwell. 

Plainfield, N. J., in 1897. 
2146c 5. Eliza D. Rockwell, born Jersey City May 7, 1844; resided at 

Newark, N. J., in 1897. 
2i46f 6.. Harriet D. Rockwell, born Jersey City May 3, 1846; resided at 

Plainfield, N. J., in 1897. 
21463 7. George S. Rockwell, born Jersey City Dec. 4, 1848; married in 

1891, Martha Conklin, and resided at Newark, N. J., in 1897. (3946^1) 



of Fisher's Hill followed, on the 22d and 23d, and the battle of Cedar 
Creek on Oct. 19. 1864. The regiment had been renforced by the addition 
of 50 recruits, and in this last engagement lost 128 in killed and wounded. 
The regiment in its decimated condition remained inactive in the Shenan- 
doah Valley until June 17, 1865, when they were mustered out. 

MARTIN M. NASH also enlisted at Guilford. N. Y., in Co. F, 89th 
Regiment, N. Y. State Volunteers, known as the Dickinson Guards, and 
joined the expedition under Gen. Burnsides in the winter of 1862, and 
were transferred to the Army of the Potomac and participated in the 
battles of South Mountain and Antietam, also at Fredericksburg and the 
siege of Suffolk and the capture of Fort Hill ; also at the siege of Charles 
ton and the battles of Bermuda Hundred and Cold Harbor. He was 
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Children of BENJAMIN and LUCINA B. FENTON ROCKWELL, of 
Flint, Mich., and Yonkers, N. Y. : (i03od) 

2i46h i. Sarah Fenton Rockwell, born Flint, Mich., Feb. 8, 1837, and died 

in Brooklyn, N. Y.. in 1853. 

2i46i 2. Fenton Rockwell, born Flint April 28, 1839; married Rebecca J. 

Dwight, daughter of Theo. Dwight. at Brooklyn, Oct. 8, 1867. He gradu- 
ated at Columbia Law School, and went out with the 7th Regiment, N. Y. 
State Militia, at the outbreak of the war. He was mustered in as second 
lieutenant of Co. D in July, 1862, served in the Army of Virginia, and 
was subsequently transferred to the Department of the South and Texas. 
He was Judge Advocate of the Provost Court in 1864; then Provost 
Marshal on the staff of Major General Wesley Merritt ; then captain of 
Co. I, 18th Cavalry, subsequently in the Red River campaign, and was 
mustered out at Victoria, Tex., May 30, 1866, since which time he has 
practiced law, with office and residence at Brooklyn, N. Y. (3045I1) 

2146J 3. Julia Fenton Rockwell, born New York City Oct. 25. 1842; mar- 

ried Oct. 25, i860, Thomas Astley Atkins, a counsellor-at-law of New 
York City. They resided at Yonkers, N. Y., in 1897. (3945m) 

2146k 4. Benjamin Rockwell, Jr., born Jan. 29, -847, and died in 1861. 

Children of THOMAS J. and MARGARET WHITEHEAD FOOTE, 
of Jersey City and Newark, N. J.: (1030k) 
2146I 1. Martha Foote, born Jersey City Oct. 10, 1830. 
2146m 2. Lydia Foote, born Jersey City Dec. 18, 1832; married 

Meeker, and died. 
2i46n 3. Louisa Foote, born Jersey City July 24, 1838. She died. 

Child of HENRY and CHARLOTTE FOOTE ONDERDONK: (1030O 
2146 1. Henry Onderdonk, born Monticello, N. Y. ; resided there in 1897. 

Child of LEBBEUS and Widow CHARLOTTE FOOTE ONDER- 
DONK GODFREY, of Monticello, N. Y.: (i03of) 
2146P 1. Darwin Godfrey, born Monticello; married at Batavia. and died 

in Michigan (date not given). 

Children of BENJAMIN WM. and MARY ANN S. DELAND ROCK- 
WELL: (1030I) 
2i46q 1. Sarah Lucilla Rockwell, born Nov. 24, 1844; married April 10, 

1865, Frank A. Palmer, born Feb. 12, 1845. 
2i46r 2. Edward William Rockwell, born May 12, 1846; married May 16, 

1877, Ann Landon Parker, born Aug. 10, 185 1. 
2146s 3. Thomas Kingman Rockwell, born April 4, 1852; married Oct 17, 

1875, Lida M. Acker, born March 13, 1854. 

Child of LEWIS H. and ELEANOR MERCHANT NASH, of Guil- 
ford, N. Y.:(ion) 

2150 1. Hobart Lewis Nash, born Guilford, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1841 ; married 
Lucy Jane Winsor. He is employed in the Guilford Iron Works, and 
resided there in 1892. 

Children of SEELY, son of EH and Hannah George Rockwell, and 
SUSAN VAN DUSEN ROCKWELL, of Portage, Wis.: (1014) 

2151 1. Emeline Rockwell, born Guilford, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1833; married 
Charles Davis, June 4, 1851. (3954) 



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2152 2. Annetta J. Rockwell, born Guilford, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1838; married 
Feb. 14, 1854, Augustus Moody. He died at Butternuts Jan. 12, 1862. 

2153 3. Abeyriene S. Rockwell, born Guilford June 6, 1840; married Oct. 
20, 1858, William Bard. (3957) 

Children of AMOS, son of Eli and Hannah George Rockwell, and MARY 
BRIGGS ROCKWELL, of Rochester, N. Y.: (1015) 

2154 1. Victoria Rockwell, born Rochester, N. Y., Oct. r2, 1842, and 
moved to Indiana; never married. 

Child of AMOS, son of Eli and Hannah George Rockwell, and MARY 
MAHALIA VAN DEUSEN ROCKWELL, of Rochester: (1016) 

2155 1. Josephine Rockwell, born Guilford Oct 20, 1846; married June 13, 
1865, Christopher Hamilton. (3958) 

Children of BENJAMIN and ELIZABETH AMBROSIA ROCKWELL 
daughter of Eli and Hannah George Rockwell) HADEN, of Guilford, 
N. Y.: (1017) 

2156 1. Addison C. Haden, born Guilford, N. Y., March 12, 1844; married 
March 30, 1869, Josephine Wales; resided at Pueblo, Col. No children. 

2157 2. Mary J. Haden, born Guilford Aug. 23, 1849; married Nov. 12, 
1872, at Galesburg, 111., Sidney M. Packard; resided at Pueblo, Col., in 
1892. (3960) 

2158 3. Elizabeth E. Haden, born Guilford July 26, 1851 ; married July 26, 
1877, Eugene E. Weed; resided at Pueblo, Col., in 1892. No children. 

Child of EZRA B. and HANNAH COREY BREWER, of Butternuts, 
N. Y.: (1018) 

2159 1. Frances Brewer, born March 11, 1836; never married; died in 
August, 1863. 

2160 2. John R. Brewer, born April 4, 1838; married in August, 1866, 
Sarah E. Hurd; resided at Gilbertsville, N. Y., in 1892. (3964) 

2161 3. Henry O. Brewer, born Sept. 1, 1840; married Emma Martin, and 
resided at Kansas City, Mo., in 1892. (3965) 

2162 4. Emma Brewer, born May 13, 1843 ; unmarried ; died in i860. 

2163 5. Edward C. Brewer, born April 9, 1846; married Isabel Parker, 
and resided at Gilbertsville, N. Y., in 1892. (3967) 

Children of DANIEL and PHEBE ROCKWELL BOTSFORD, of 
Scranton, Pa. : ( 1019) 

2164 1. Ezra V. Botsford, born Butternuts, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1829; married, 
first, Caroline L. Rockwell, in 1850; second, Frances A. Brown; resided 
at Sherburn, N. Y., in 1892. (3968) 

2165 2. Henry Botsford, born Butternuts Sept. 5, 183 1 ; resided at Sher- 
burn, N. Y., in 1892. 

2166 3. Helen Eliza Botsford, born Butternuts July 2, 1837; married May 
25, 1865, Thomas K. Cope, born in Burmah, Asia. She died at Butter- 
nuts April 6, 1878. (3969) 

2167 4. Caroline E. Botsford, born Butternuts July 8, 1840; married Nov. 
27, 1872, ARTHUR HITCHCOCK, and resided at Scranton, Pa., in 
1892. (3973) 

2168 5. Marcus D. Botsford, born Butternuts Aug. 25, 1842 ; married Feb. 
ift 1873, Annie R- White; resided at Sherburn, N. Y., in 1892. 



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Children of JOHN and CAROLINE ROCKWELL HURLBUTT, of 
Butternuts, N. Y.: (1020) 

2169 1. Henry R. Hurlbutt, born Butternuts, N. Y., July 22, 1834; married 
Aug. 5, 1863, MARY A. HURD, and resided at Scranton, Pa., in 1892. 
(3978. 

MARY A. HURD, and resided at Scranton, Pa., in 1892. (3978) 

2170 2. Gould L. Hurlbutt, born Butternuts April 25, 1836; married Sept. 
1, 1864, ADELIA DONALDSON, born Feb. 20, 1838. He died June 5^ 
1872. She resided at Gilbertsville in 1892. (3979) 

2171 3. Charles A. Hurlbutt, born Butternuts May 6, 1838; died April 
24, 1892. 

2172 4. Ezra B. Hurlbutt, born Butternuts Aug. 3, 1847; resided at Gil- 
bertsville, N. Y., in 1892. 

Children of JOHN and ELIZABETH WELLMAN ROCKWELL, of 
Butternuts, N. Y.: (1021) 

2173 1. Abareen Rockwell, born Butternuts, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1843; further 
unknown. 

2174 2. Mary Rockwell, born Butternuts May 29, 1846; resided at 36 E* 
22d street, New York City, in 1894. 

2175 3. Charles D. Rockwell, born Butternuts July 16, 1849; married Nov. 
19, 1873, Helen Garland; resided at Scranton, Pa., in 1892. (3982) 

Children of CHARLES D. and JENNY WHITE ROCKWELL, of 
Gilbertsville, N. Y. : (1022) 

2176 1. John Rockwell, born Gilbertsville; went West, and died; particu- 
lars unknown. 

2177 2. Percy Rockwell, born Gilbertsville; died in New York City, 1892- 

Children of HENRY B. and ANNA BISHOP ROCKWELL, of Scran- 
ton. Pa. : (1023) 

2178 1. Anna E. Rockwell, born Bainbridge Aug. 5, 1849; resided in 
Philadelphia, Pa., in 1892. 

2179 2. Dr. Henry B. Rocl^well, Jr., born New York City Nov. 22, 1855; 
married Nov. 16, 1882, Alma Brown; resided at Clifton Heights, Pa., 
in 1894. (3983) 

2180 3. William B. Rockwell, born New York City Jan. 19, 1858; married 
Dec. 23, 1880, Clara Chapman. She died Oct. 1. 1890, at Sault Ste. Marie, 
Mich. He resided at Sault Ste. Marie in 1892. (3086) 

Child by his second wife, ANNA BICKWELL ROCKWELL, of 
Scranton, Pa.: (1023) 

2181 4. Marion Rockwell, born Scranton, Pa., July 22. 1888; resided at 
Babylon, L. I., in 1892. 

Children of ANDREW M., son of George and Julia Rockwell Fleming, 
of Butternuts, and CATHARINE RUSSELL FLEMING, of Oxford, 
N. Y.: (1024) 

2182 1. Bishop A. Fleming, born Oxford, N. Y., Sept. 4. 1853; married 
Florence A. Covert, and resided at Guilford, N. Y., in 1892. 

2183 2. George W. Fleming, born Oxford Nov. 4, 1856; not married; 
resided at Guilford. N. Y., in 1892. 

2184 3. Millard A. Fleming, born Oxford May 3, 1858; married Elvixut 
Shapley. (3990) 



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Children of DARIUS S. and CARRIE BENEDICT FLEMING, o! 
Oxford, N. Y.: (1025) 

Seymour Fleming, born Oxford, N. Y., June 14, 1869. 
Willie Fleming, born Oxford Nov. 9, 1871. 
May Fleming, born Oxford Nov. 1, 1877. 
Lottie Fleming, born Oxford Sept. 10, 1883. 
Alice Fleming, born Oxford July 18, 1889. 

Children of LEWIS B. and REBECCA STEVENS KEELER, of 
Norwalk, Conn.: (1031) 

2190 1. Lewis B. Kceler; further unknown; was said to reside at West 
Point in 1893. 

2191 2. Emily Keeler; married Hyatt, and resided in Bryan, 0., 

in 1893. 

2192 3. Julius A. Keeler; said to reside in Topeka, Kan., in 1893. 

2193 4. Jane Keeler; resided at Toledo, O., in 1893. 

Children of ERI and SALLY MARVIN KEELER, of Norwalk, Ohio: 
(1034) 

2194 1. Isaac Marvin Keeler, born Norwalk, O., Sept. 8, 1823; married, 
first, June 19, 1844, Anna Fitch Hulburd; married, second, May 12, 1857, 
Jeanette Elliot, born Dec. 11, 1821. Resided at Fremont, O., in 1895, and 
was editor of the Journal. (3993 and 3994.) 

2195 2. William Betts Keeler, born Norwalk, O., Feb. 20, 1828; married 
Nov. 19, 1850, Clarinda Coville jresided at 6200 Sheridan avenue, Wood- 
lawn Park, 111., in 1895. (3997) 

2196 3. Sarah Antoinette Keeler, born Norwalk, O., May 2, 1830; married 
April 14, 1853, Nelson E. Martin, and resided at Cleveland, O., in 1894. 
No children. 

2197 4. Mary Camp Keeler, born Norwalk, O., April 11, 1836; married 
George W. F. Randolph, and resided at Plainfield, N. J., in 1894. (4000) 

2198 5. Marcellia Hoyt Keeler, born Norwalk, O., June 8, 1838; married 
Jan. 3, 1865, Homer Johnson; resided at 162 E. Main street, Norwalk, 
O., in 1894. (4001) 

2199 6. Clarence L. Keeler, born Norwalk, O., April 13, 1844; never 
married. He enlisted in the 55th Regiment, Ohio Vol. Infantry, Co. D, 
and died June 7, 1862, fronva gunshot wound, at Winchester, Va. 

Children of BURRELL KEELER, born New Canaan, Conn., Aug. 4, 
1803; a merchant and farmer. He married at Greenwich, Conn., Dec. 
23, 1833, Mary Etta Keeler, daughter of David and Mary Burley Keeler, 
who was born there Sept. 25, 1809. They moved to Ohio, and he kept 
a country store at Berlinville, O. In 1850 he sold out and moved to 
Portage, Wood County, O., on a farm, where, from injuries received 
while trying to move a wagon, he died, July 31, 1851. His widow went 
to Norwalk, O., where she died Jan. 13, 1872. (1036) 
2199a 1. David Luke Keeler, born Ruggles, O., Dec. 4, 1834; married Oct. 

20, 1863, Janette Noble Allen, and resided at Grand Rapids, Mich., in 

1893. (4005a) 
2190b 2. Alonzo Burrel Keeler, born Greenwich, Conn., Aug. 3, 1837; 

married at Blissfield, Mich., April 18, 1871, Lydia Carpenter, born Feb. 

24, 1842. He died at Portage Oct. 15, 1881. She died there Nov. 15, 

1886. (4005O 



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204 ROCKWEIX AND KEKLER GENEALOGY. 

2i99bb 3. Mary and Etta Keeler, twins, born Berlinville, O., Sept. 20, 1842, 

and both died there the same year. 
2199c 4- William Henry Keeler, born Berlinville, O., Aug. 13, 1844; married 

at Sparta, O., Aug. 27, 1868, Harriet Z. Downs, born at Wakeman Dec 

25, 1844; resided at Norwalk, O., in 1893. (40050 

Child of ZENO and Keeler: (1037) 

2193d 1. Phebe S. Keeler; resided at Homer, Mich. 

Children of ORANGE and CHARLOTTE COE KEELER, of California 
(place unknown) : (1038) 
2i9oe 1. Aaron Keeler; further account not obtained. 

2ioof 2. Charles Keeler; further account not obtained. 

2i99g 3. Nelson Keeler; further account not obtained. 

Child of HARVEY and ELIZABETH FLEMING WELLS, of Guilford, 
fl. Y.: (1027) 

2200 1. Benjamin Wells, born Guilford, N. Y., April 10, 1859; resided 
at Milwaukee, Wis. 

Child of GEORGE and FANNY C. FLEMING THOMAS, of Wells- 
bridge, N. Y.: (1028) 

2201 1. Isabel Thomas, born Unadilla, N. Y., and died Oct. 18, 1889. 

Children of ALBERT R. and HARRIET A. FLEMING BROWN, of 
Guilford, N. Y.: (1030) 

2202 1. Louisa A. Brown, born Guilford, N. Y., Oct. 23. 1878, and died 
there in February, 1879. 

2203 2. Albert R. Brown, Jr., born Guilford Feb. 11, 1883. 

SChildren of PHILANDER and MARY KEELER EDWARDS, of 
Toledo, Iowa : ( 1040) 

2204 1. Edward Edwards; further account could not be obtained. 

2205 2. Louise Coe Edwards; further account could not be obtained 

2206 3. Parmelia S. Edwards; nothing further known. 

2207 4. Charles Edwards; further unknown. 

Child of FRANK and M KEELER WENTWORTH, of Waterbury, 

Conn.: (1062b) 
2207a 1. Chester Wentworth, born in Colorado in 1891 ; resided with his 

parents in Waterbury. 

Child of PIERRE and CLARA KEELER COWLES, of Waterbury, 
Conn. : (i025d) 
2207b 1. Vernon Cowles, born Waterbury, Conn., in 1894, and resided 

there m 1895. 

Children of JOHN and ELIZABETH KEELER (daughter of Rev. 
James and Clarissa Bruce Keeler) STRATTON, of Barton, N. Y.: 
(1044) 

2208 1. RACHEL STRATTON. born Barton, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1851; 
married April 8, 1872, Floyd J. McCaffree; their present residence not 
known. (4006) 

2209 2. AMELIA STRATTON, born Barton, N. Y., July 4, 1853; not 
married; died at Janesville, la.. Feb. 7, 1872. 



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2210 3. JOHN FREDERICK STRATTON, born Barton, N. Y., June 6, 
1855 ; married Sept. 24, 1879, Isabel H. Caldwell ; present residence not 
obtained. (4012) 

221 1 4. WILLIAM H. STRATTON, born Smithboro, N. Y., July 27, 
1858; married Alice M. Hudson, Dec. 15, 1892; resided at Keeler, Mo., 
in 1893. 

Child of WILLIAM H. and JANE BROWN KEELER, of North 
Wood, la.: (1046) 

2212 1. Henry N. Keeler, born HaVpersville, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1850; married 
at Mason City, Cerro Gordon County, la., June 4, 1870, Alice G. Wright, 
and settled at Mason City, la., where he was the resident agent of the 
United States Express Co. in 1893. (4018) 

Children of Dr. JAMES and CORNELIA R. STREETER KEELER, 
of Bristol, la.: (1047) 

2213 1. Charles Edward Keeler, born Cedar Falls, la., Jan. 25, 1854; mar- 
ried Oct. 11, 1881, Elizabeth J. Hancock, born Nov. 2, 1859, and they 
were living at Lake Mills, la., in 1893. (4022) 

2214 2. Joseph Bristol Keeler, born Bristol, la., Oct. 15, 1856; married 
Feb. 21, 1895, Mabel H. Anderson, hern Feb. 22, 1870; resided there 
in 1893. 

2215 3. James Z. Keeler, born Bristol, la., Oct. 12, 1858. He died there 
July 9, 1881. 

Child of DAVID and CLARISSA KEELER HIGH, of Janesville, 
la. : ( 1048) 

2216 I. Daniel High, born Janesville, la., and resided there in 1893; 
further not known. 

Children of LYMAN and AMANDA M. KEELER PHELPS, of 
Ridgefield, O., and Decatur, Mich.: (1054) 
2216a 1. Sarah Addis Phelps, born Ridgefield, O., May 10, 1863; married 

May 16, 1885, Albert R. Johnson, and resided at Lawrence, Mich., in 

1895. (402Ig) 
2216b 2. Alonzo Lyman Phelps, born Silver Creek, Mich., Jan. 14, 1865; 

resided at Hamilton, Mich., in 1895. 
2216c 3. Burton Carlos Phelps, born Hamilton, Mich., May 6, 1868; married 

Sept. 19, 1892, Cora Cartwright, and resided at Hamilton, Mich., in 

1895. (4021 i) 

Children of MOSES and EMILY KEELER RUGGLES, of Fremont, 
Ohio: (1057) 
22i6d 1. Charles Edward Ruggles, born Ridgefield, O., Sept. 25, 1857; 

married April 1, 1883, Flora M. Bush ; resided at 55 Erie street, Adrian, 

Mich., in 1895. (4021 j) 
22i6e 2. Almond Delos Ruggles, born Ridgefield, O., Jan. 14, i860, and died 

there March 26, 1866. 
22i6f 3. Cora Artemecia Ruggles, born Ridgefield, O., Nov. 22, 1861; mar- 
ried, in May, 1882, Lewis Apthorp, and resided at Fredonia, N. Y., in 

1895. (402m) 
22i6g 4. Sophronia Ruggles, born Ridgefield, O., Nov. 4, 1863, and died 

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22i6h 5. Lauretta T. Ruggles, born Ridgefield, O., Dec 24, 1864; married 

Nov. 25, 1885, John H. Grant. She died at Toledo, O., June 3, 1891. He 

resided at Toledo in 1895. (4021P) 
22161 6. Lewis Spencer Rugbies, born Norwalk, O., Feb. 5, 1867, and died 

there Aug. 23, 1867. 
2216J 7. Lucretia Evaline Ruggles, born Norwalk, O., July 3, 1868; married 

Sept. 3, 1889, Fred Holborn, and resided at Toledo, O., in 1895. (4021s) 
2916k 8. Ida May Ruggles, born Ridgefield, O., Oct. 3, 1809; married June 

6, 1887, Fred G. Long. 
2216I 9. Hattie Julia Ruggles, born Fremont, O., April 3, 1872; married in 

January, 1890, Thomas F.. Conway, and resided at 211 Western avenue. 

Toledo, O. (402it) 
2216m 10. Walter R. B. H. Ruggles, born Fremont, O., May 25, 1876; not 

married ; resided at Fredonia, N. Y., in 1895. 
22i6n 11. Effie Montrose Ruggles, born Fremont, O., Feb. 12, 1881, and died 

there Sept. 16, 1881. 

Children of ALONZO and MARY E. BURGOON KEELER, of Fremont 
and Haskins, O. : (1059) 
2216 1. Charles B. Keeler, born Fremont, O., Dec 1, 1868; married Hannah 

R. Jeffers, born Feb. 16, 1872 ; they were married July 2, 1889, and resided 

at Middletown, O., in 1895. (4021V) 
22i6p 2. Arminta Keeler, born Fremont, O., March 1, 1871; married Dec 

23, 1888, Justus W. Barnes, born at Lansing, Mich., Feb. 17, i860. They 

resided at Haskins, O., in 1895. No children. 
22i6q 3. Grace W. Keeler, born Haskins, O., Sept. 5, 1873; married Nov. 

12, 1888, Ellsworth Sprague, born June 14, 1866. They resided at Hull 

Prairie, O., in 1895. (402IW) 
22i6r 4. Jessie Keeler, born Haskins, O., April 5, 1876; married Jan. 23, 

1894, William Kern, born Waterville, 0., Feb. 2, 1872. They resided at 

Waterville, O., in 1895. (402iy) 
2216s 5. Burton A. L. Keeler, born Haskins, O., Nov. 5, 1879. 
22i6t 6. Mary I. F. Keeler, born Haskins, O., Nov. 5, 1879. 

Children of CLARK M. and ANNA E. M. BEMIS KEELER, of Water- 
ville and Haskins, O. : (1061) 
22i6u 1. Gurdon E. Keeler, born Waterville, O., July 19, 1869; married 

March 26, 1891, Eda Minert, born March 27, 1872; resided at Haskins, 

O., in 1895. 
2216V 2. Ernest C. Keeler, born Middletown, O., Nov. 14, 1875; resided at 

Haskins, Wood County, O., in 1895. 
2216W 3. Addie M. Keeler, born Middletown, O., Aug. 31, 1878; resided at 

Haskins, Wood County, O., in 1895. 
2216X 4. Edna V. Keeler, born Middletown, O., Jan. 14, 1883; resided at 

Haskins, Wood County, O., in 1895. 
22i6y 5. Daniel E. Keeler, born Middletown, O., Oct. 25, 1885; resided at 

Haskins, Wood County, O., in 1895. 
22l6yy 6. Shepard M. Keeler, born Middletown, O., Aug. 1, 1889; died Aug. 

26, 1889. 

Children of AUGUSTUS and SARAH M. KEELER VAN BUREN, 
of Fairfield, O.: (1062) 
23i6e 1. Harry Van Buren, born Tontoguay, O., Feb. 24, 1877; resided at 
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.22i6aa 2. William Van Buren, born Fairfield, 0., Sept. 25, 1880; resided 
at Bremer, la., in 1895. 

Children of WILLIAM E., son of Chauncey and Harriet Morgan Keeler, 
and SARAH DAUCHY KEELER. of New Canaan, Conn.: (1064) 

2217 1. Ida Keeler, born Wilton in 1854; married in 1884, Charles N. 
Fitch, and resided at Norwalk in 1895. (4021a) 

2218 2. Melville Keeler, born Wilton in 1859; n o* married; died at 
Wilton in 1877. 

2219 3. Anna Belle Keeler, born Wilton in 1861 ; married Hiram Davis, 
and resided at New Canaan, Conn. (4021c) 

Children of JOHN B. and JANE E. BRODERICK, KEELER, of 
Bethel, Conn.: (1066) 
2219a 1. Julia Keeler, born July 11, 1861 ; married in 1885. 

2219b 2. Robert Chauncey Keeler, born Aug. 13, 1870; never married; 

resided in Brooklyn in 1895. 
2219c 3. John Clifford Keeler, born July 30, 1873; not married. 

Children of FRANCIS A. and ELIZABETH M. ROBINSON HYATT, 
of Fenner, N. Y.:(io66a) 
22iod I. Frank H. Hyatt, born at Fenner, N. Y., July 3, 1852; a lawyer; 

married Helen Litchfield, and resided at San Diego, Cal., in 1895. (4Q2id) 
2210c 2. Sanford Hyatt, M. D., born Oct. 18, 1856; a physician; married 

Carrie B. Crosby, and resided at Lansing, Mich., in 1895. 
22i9f 3. Fremont Hyatt, born June 20, 1863; not married; resided at 

Perryville, N. Y., in 1895. 

Children of MARLIN and ELECTA HYATT LYON, of Nelson, 
N. Y.: (1243c) 
22 log 1. Frank H. Lyon; resided at Nelson, N. Y. f in 1895. 

22ioh 2. Rev. Walter Sanford Lyon; resided at New Woodstock, N. Y., 

in 1895. 
22ioi 3- Henry Lyon; resided at Nelson, N. Y., in 1895. 

Children of ALMOND F. and EVA ABBOTT KEELER, of Waterbury, 
Conn.: (22891) 
2219J 1. Harry Keeler, born Waterbury, Conn. 
2219k 2. Hattie Keeler, born Waterbury, Conn. ; married Lewis, and 

resided at Waterbury. 

Children of URIAH and ESTHER KEELER RICHARDS: (1067) 

2220 1. Lyman Richards; resided at Norwalk. 

2221 2. Edward Richards; resided at Alexander, N. Y. 

2222 3. Sally Richards; married Charles B. Meloy; resided at Beloit, Wis. 

2223 4. George Richards; resided at Conesville, N. Y. 

2224 5. Anson Richards; resided at Richmond, Va. 

2225 6. Phebe E. Richards; married Geo. W. Tunsby, of Darien, N. Y. 

2226 7. Catharine Richards; married Harley Bump; resided at Wheat- 
land, Mich. 

Children of STEPHEN and NAOMI KEELER AYRES: (1068) 

2227 i- Eveline Ayres; married Stephen Seeley, and resided at New 
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2228 2. Calvin Ayres; maried Elizabeth Hanford. 

2229 3. Mary Ann Ayres; married Haron Abbott, and resided at Orono, 
Mich. 

Children of ISAAC and HANNAH OLMSTEAD KEELER, of 
Bridgeport : ( 1070) 

2230 1. Isaac C. Keeler; married Elizabeth Bokes; resided at Bridge- 
port. (4801) 

2231 2. Edward Keler; married Caroline Beach. He died in October, 
1867. She died in March, 1894. 

2232 3. Mary Jane Keeler; married Geo. A. Wells. She died in February, 
1891. He died in October, 1892. 

2233 4. Harriet B. Keeler ; married Joseph Haight. She died Dec. 21, 1890. 

Children of PETER and SARAH KEELER CRISSY: (1071) 

2234 1. Peter H. Crissy; resided at Marshall, Mich. 

2235 2. Hiram Crissy; resided at Marshall, Mich. 

2236 3. Heber S. Crissy; resided at Marshall, Mich. 

2237 4. Sarah Crissy; died Marshall, Mich. 

Children of BRADLEY, son of Isaac and (second wife) Catharine Tuttle 
Keeler, and POLLY HOYT KEELER, of New Canaan: (1071a) 
2237a 1. Stephen Edwards Keeler, born New Canaan Dec. 28, 1820; mar- 

ried at New Canaan Jan. 7, 1846, Ann A. Raymond, and died there Nov. 

2, 1878. (4023a) 
2237b 2. Sylvester Hoyt Keeler, born New Canaan Nov. 29, 182 1 ; married 

May 7, 1843, F^nny C. Raymond. He died March 9, 1889, at Meriden, 

111. (4023P) 
2237c 3. Isaac Eldridge Keeler, born New Canaan Sept. 8, 1826; married 

Jane Todd Porter, born Feb. 17, 1830, and resided at Bridgeport, Conn. 

He died Aug. 2, 1885. She died Jan. 1, 1895. 
2237d 4. James Bradley Keeler, born New Canaan, and died there in 

infancy. 
2237e 5. Julia Bradley Keeler, born New Canaan, and died there in infancy. 

Children of EDWARD, son of Isaac and Catharine Tuttle Keeler, and 
AGNES BARNES KEELER, of Sauquoit. Oneida County, N. Y.: 
(1071b) 
2237f 1. Catharine Keeler, born Austerlitz, N. Y., in 1819; married Douglass 

Campbell, and resided at Saquoit, Oneida County, N. Y. (4023g) 
2237ff 2. Caroline Keeler, born Austerlitz in 1821, and died there in 1826. 

2237g 3. Amelia E. Keeler, born Austerlitz in 1824; married Addison Bush- 
nell in 1841. She died at Oneida Lake in 1877. (40230) 

Children of RICHARD and HANNAH KEELER MEAD, of South 
Salem, N. Y.: (1078) 

2238 1. SOLOMON MEAD, born South Salem, N. Y., Nov. io, 1829; 
an iron founder; married at New Haven, Jan. 17, 1855, ELIZABETH 
C. DEMING, born at Derby, Conn., Aug. 24, 1831. He is the inventor 
of conical ploughs. She died at New Haven April 23, 1890. He re- 
sided at 122 Derby avenue, New Haven, in 1892. (4024) 

2239 2. CLARK MEAD, born South Salem Nov. 29, 1831 ; a farmer; 
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Salem, where she died. He married, second, Lydia Paddock, March 5, 
1885, and resided at South Salem in 1892. (4031) 

2240 3. LINUS MEAD, born South Salem Sept. 20, 1835; a farmer; 
married there, Jan. 11, 1859* SARAH ELIZABETH BOUTON (daugh- 
ter of LINUS and LAURA PARDEE BOUTON), born South Salem 
Sept. 10, 1838. They lived at South Salem, N. Y., Bedford, N. Y., Hyde 
Park and moved to New Haven, where he was engaged with his brother 
in the manufacture of ploughs in 1875. She died at Orange, Conn., Nov. 
7, 1877. He married, second, April 4, 1883, Harriet L. Hoyt, and 
resided at 152 Derby avenue, New Haven. (4032 and 4033) 

2241 4. HENRY C. MEAD, born South Salem July 31, 1838; a farmer 
and milk dealer; married at South Salem, March 28, 1861, ELIZABETH 
PARDEE, born there June 7, 1840. She died at New Haven May 4, 
1894, and was buried at South Salem. He resided in New York City 
in 1894. (4034) 

2242 5. STEPHEN S. MEAD, born South Salem Sept 25, 1842. He 
was living at South Salem in 1892, unmarried. 

Children of HENRY and LORETTA BENEDICT (daughter of Peter 
and Betsey Smith Benedict, of South Salem) KEELER, of Lewisboro, 
N. Y.:(I079) 

2243 1. GEORGE E. KEELER, born Lewisboro, N. Y., May 13, 1840; a 
farmer; married there, July 21, 1868, Fanny Maria Tuttle, born at Wil- 
ton, Conn., Sept. 9, 1836. They resided at Lewisboro in 1874. He died 
at South Salem March 24, 1893. She died April 2, 1893. No children. 

2244 2. HENRY CLAY KEELER, born Lewisboro, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1844; 
a farmer; married there, March 2, 1870, Ocelia Ida Todd, born at Stam- 
ford, Conn., Sept. 28, 1846. They settled in Lewisboro, and afterward 
moved to New York City, 26 Jane street, and lived there in 1892. (4040) 

Children of CHARLES and ROXANA KEELER ST. JOHN, of 
Ridgefield, Conn.: (1089) 

2245 1. Keeler St. John, born Ridgefield, Conn.; married there, Dec. 22, 
1853, POLLY HUBBELL. They were living in Michigan in 1874. 

2246 2. Harrison St. John, born Ridgefield; a blacksmith; married 

Stone, of Danbury. They moved West, and both died (date and place 
not known). 

2247 3. Charles St. John, born Ridgefield in January, 182 1 ; a hatter; 

married Stone, who died. He married, second, Whitlock, 

of Silver Mine. He died at Ridgefield July 29, 1859. 

2247-1 4. Berlin St. John, born Ridgefield; a stage proprietor; lived at 
Danbury in 1874. 

Children of JAMES H. and PHCEBE KEELER ROSE, of Rush, N. Y., 
and Washington, Mich. : (1091a) 

2247a 1. Myron Rose, born Rush, N. Y., July n, 1818, and died, unmar- 
ried, at Ypsilanti, Mich., July 7, 1885. 

2247b 2. Sabina Rose, born at Rush, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1820, and was living, 
unmarried, at Washington, Mich., in November, 1896. 

2247c 3. John Rose, born Rush, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1822; died at Washington, 
Mich., April 5, 1845. 

2247d 4. Mary Ann Rose, born Rush, N. Y., March 2, 1825 ; married March 
21, 1849, William Bostwick. They settled in Detroit, Mich., where she 



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was still living in November, 1896, though her husband had died. They 
had five children. 



Children of JOHN and MARY M. FELLOWS KEELER, of Disco, 
Mich.: (1091b) 

2247* 1. ALONZO MERRILL KEELER, born Washington, Macomb 
County, Mich., Sept. 4, 1826; married Dec 31, 1849, Lucy Ann Church, 
born at Underhill, Vt., March 7, 183 1, daughter of Chauncey and Laura 
Martin Church. They settled in Disco, Mich., where he taught the 
Disco Academy for six years. He taught the following six years in 
the Rochester and Utica (Mich.) High Schools, and in 1862 entered the 
Union army as captain of Co. B, 22d Regiment, Mich. Vol. Infantry. 
He was taken prisoner in the battle of Chickamauga, Ga., Sept 20, 1863, 
and held at Libby, Macon, Ga., Charleston, S. C, and Columbia, S. C, 
until February, 1865, when he was taken to Raleigh, N. C, and paroled 
on the 24th of that month. He was brevetted lieutenant-colonel and 
colonel for meritorious service in the battle of Chickamauga, and mus- 
tered out June 26, 1865, and the same year was appointed collector of 
internal revenue for the Fifth District of ' Michigan. He was twice 
elected register of deeds for Macomb County, Mich., and then again 
returned to his chosen profession of teaching. From January, 1876, till 
the summer of 1884 he was principal of the graded school at Armada, 
Mich. He was living at Richmond, Macomb County, Mich., in Decem- 
ber, 1896. (4044a) 

2247f 2. JOHN MILTON KEELER, born Washington, Mich., Oct. 9, 
1828, and died there Oct. 28, 1829. 

2247g 3. HENRY FELLOWS KEELER, born Washington, Mich., Sept 
8, 1830. After studying law at the University of Michigan at Ann 
Arbor, he went to Anamosa, la., where he entered upon the practice of 
his profession. He married there, May 30, 1881, Ella B. Donald, born 
May 23, 1847, daughter of Isaac and Narcissus Boorman Donald. They 
were of Montrose, Col., in 1896. (4044g) 

2247I1 4. JOHN KEELER. Jr., born Washington. Mich., March 16. 1833. 

and died in Disco, Mich., Oct 15, 1852. 

2247i 5. EMMA ABILEN KEELER, bora Washington, Mich., Dec. 6. 

1836; never married. After obtaining a good education at Disco, she 
made further preparation for teaching by study at the Michigan State 
Normal School at Ypsilanti, Mich. She then went to Iowa and taught 
a year, but owing to her mother's failing health returned to her home 
and remained with her parents till their death, and at the old homestead 
till her death, May 12, 1892. 

2247J 6. EZRA KEELER, born Washington, Mich., Jan. 7, 1840; married 

Dec. 25, 1872, Mary Graham, born in Maryland March 4, 1848, daughter 
of Archibald and Mary Brown Graham, both of Scotland. He served 
three years in the Signal Service in the War of the Rebellion, graduated 
in the Law Department at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 
1866, and settled in Anamosa, la., where he practiced for several years, 
and subsequently moved to Denver, Col., where they were living in 
December, 1896. (4044d) 

2247k 7. MARY MARIAH KEELER, born Washington, Macomb County. 
Mich., Sept. 21, 1843; married Oct. 8, 1863, Andrew Lemuel Kingsbury, 
who was born in Lapeer, Mich., May 5, 1842, son of Andrew L. and Lucy 
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Mich., upon a farm there, where she died March 10, 1879. They had 
five children. 
2247I 8. MARTIN CROCKER KEELER, born Washington, Mich., Nov. 

19, 1848; married May 2, 1871, Flora A. Preston, born at Shelby, Macomb 
County, Mich., Jan. 25, 1850, daughter of Washington and Sarah Goff 
Preston. They settled in Disco on his father's farm, to take care of his 
parents. He was a teacher and farmer, and also held several town 
offices. He died in Disco Oct. 29, 1883. 

Children of NATHAN and MARY JANE BATES KEELER, of 
Washington, Mich.: (iooid) 
2247m 1. Hannah Keeler, born Washington, Mich., June 3, 1836; married 

Feb. 22, 1857, Joseph Moyers, a farmer, son of Henry and Margaret 

Clark Moyers. He died there (date not known). His widow was living 

at Romeo, Mich., in December, 1896. 
2247n 2. Mary Merinda Keeler, born Washington July 10, 1840. She 

remained at home with her parents until their death, when she assumed 

the management of the farm and paid off the other heirs, and was still 

living there unmarried in December, 1896. 

2248 3. Zeolide Lydia Keeler, born Washington, Mich., Dec 9, 1848; 
married Oct. 6, 1875, Amos Corby, a farmer of Ray, Macomb County, 
Mich. They settled at Romeo, Mich., where she died in 1895. He was 
living at Davis, Mich., in December, 1896. 

Child of CYRUS and ROXANA KEELER ST. JOHN BEERS, of 
Ridgefield, Conn.: (1089) 

2249 1. Ruth Beers, born Ridgefield, Conn.; married Daniel Dove, and 
settled in the West. 

Children of RUFUS H. and POLLY DICKENS KEELER, probably of 
Ridgefield: (1090) 

2250 1. IRA KEELER, born probably at Ridgefield, Conn.; married 

Olmstead, sister of his Uncle Burr Keeler's wife. He served in 

the war, and died soon after his return. 

2251 2. ELECTA KEELER; married WILLIAM E. DICKENS, and 
they were living at Croton Falls, N. Y., in 1874. 

2252 3. JOHN J. KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec 23, 1816; a 
mason; maried there, Sept. 2, 1840, ELIZABETH PICKETT, born at 
Ridgefield March 8, 1820. He died there Jan. 7, 1852. She married, 
second, Feb. 15, 1854, Edwin Burt, a mason. They were living at Ridge- 
field in 1874. (4042) 

Children of SAMUEL D. and SALLY AKELY KEELER, of Ridge- 
field, Conn.: (1092) 

2253 1. ALBERT KEELER,. born Ridgefield March 22, 1822; a shoe- 
maker; married at Yorktown, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1846, AMANDA ODELL, 
born Nov. 8, 1821. They settled at Ridgefield, and in 1859 moved to 
Knoxville, Tenn., and to Newman, 111., Aplington, la., and to Iola, Kan., 
where he died Feb. 27, 1875. (4°44) 

2254 2. GEORGE KEELER, born New Fairfield, Conn., June 22 t 1824; 
a harnessmaker; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., EMMA COMBES, who 
died about 1866. He married, second, Almira Allen, and lived at 744 
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*aS5 3. WILLIAM L. KEELER, born Bedford, N. Y., March 27, 1820 ► 

a milk dealer ; married Oct. 15, 1856, his cousin, Clarissa Keeler, daughter 
of Albert B. and Sarah Ann Olmstead Keeler. He died at Bedford Feb. 
15. 1856. (See her record. ) 
*»j|6 4; MARY ELIZABETH KEELER, born Nov. 20, 1829; married 

Benjamin Hallett, of Whitlockville, N. Y. They were living at Willow 
Springs, Kan., in 1874. (4052) 

2257 5- ELI J. KEELER, born Bedford, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1831; a shoe- 

maker; married there, Aug. 31, 1851, JANE McKEEL, of Croton, N. Y. 
They settled at Ridgefield. He enlisted there Aug. xi, 1862, in Co. G. 
I7tn Regiment, Conn. Vol. Infantry. He was wounded at the battle of 
' Gettysburg, and discharged July 19, 1865, at Hiltonhead, N. C He 

married, second, AMANDA FOSTER, and settled at South Norwalk, 
Conn., where he died from his wound March 21 , 1867. She lived at 
South Norwalk in 1874. (4059) 

Jft58 6. SMITH KEELER, born Ridgefield Sept. 21, 1833; a shoemaker; 

married MARY HALLETT, sister of Benjamin Hallett. They lived 
at Albina, Mo., in 1874. 

2259 7- CLARK KEELER, born Bedford, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1836; a farmer; 
married Mary Dickens, and settled at Katonah, near the foot of West 
Mountains, in Ridgefield, where they lived in 1894. He died Feb. 10, 
1895.(4064) 

2260 8. ANNA AUGUSTA KEELER, born Bedford, N. Y., June 4, 
1838; married in 1852, WILLIAM BECKWITH, a shoemaker. She 
married, second, Aug. 17, 1865, at Golding Bridge, SYLVESTER WIL- 
LIAMS, a farmer of Ridgefield. (4069) 

Children of Dea. DANIEL and PRUA KEELER HOYT, of Ridgefield, 
Conn.: (1095) 

2261 1. HIRAM BURR HOYT, born Ridgefield Dec. 17, 1830; a hard- 
ware dealer; married at South Hero, Vt., Feb. 22, 1854, Juliette Kent, 
born there Sept. 7, 1832. They settled at West Union, la., and were 
living there in 1875. (4071) 

2262 2. JULIA ANN HOYT, born Ridgefield Aug. 28, 1832; married 
Sept. 20, 1864, William Kent, born at South Hero, Vt., Dec 14, 1827. 
They settled at West Union, la. (4074) 

2263 3. GRACE M. HOYT, born Ridgefield May 25, 1835; married March 
31, 1858, James S. Wright, born in Canada East Oct 14, 1826. They 
settled at West Union, la. (4080) 

2264 4. MELISSA JANE HOYT, born Ridgefield Aug. 4, 1837; married 
April s, 1858, SIDNEY WHITE. They settled at Volga City, la., and 
resided there in 1875. (4083) 

2265 5. HELEN M. HOYT, born Ridgefield June 2, 1839; married Dec 
8, 1863, TELISTO RUBYOR, born in Canada East Oct. 31, 1835. They 
settled at West Union, la., and resided there in 1873. (4087) 

2266 6. CYNTHIA HOYT, born Ridgefield May 20, 1841 ; married Nov. 
12, 1873, Richard M. Donaldson, born at Swanton, Vt., April 1, 1848. 
They were living at South Hero, Vt., in 1875. No children. 

2267 7- JOHN ADDISON HOYT, born Ridgefield Feb. 8, 1846; married 
Dec. 7, 1870, Helen B. Macomber, born Nov. 18, 1850. She died Sept. 28, 
1873. He resided at West Union, la., in 1875. No children. 

Children of ALBERT B. and SARAH ANN OLMSTEAD KEELER, 
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2268 i. CLARISSA KEELER, born Ridgefield, Conn., Feb. 2, 1837; 
married at Stamford Oct. 16, 1855, her. cousin, William L. Keeler, son of 
Samuel D. and Sally Akely Keeler (see his record). He died Feb. 15, 
1856. She married, second, Dec. 25, 1856, James H. Lane, who died at 
Stamford Sept. 23, 1861. She married, third, May 18, 1866, Joseph 
bock wood, born at North Stamford July 7, 1836. They resided at 
Peekskill, N. Y., in 1875. (4092) 

2269 2. PHILIP BURR KEELER), born Ridgefield July 17, 1840; mar- 
ried at Stamford, in 1861, EMILY DAVIS, born there Sept 9, 1845. 
They moved to South Hero, Vt, and resided there in 1875. He enlisted 
Aug. 18, 1862, in Co. A, 28th Regiment Conn. Vol. Infantry, and was 
mustered out Aug. 28, 1863. (4094) 

Children of PHILIP R. and LYDIA BATES KEELER, of Danbury, 
Conn.: (1098) 

2270 1. George Bates Keeler, born probably Danbury; lived at South 
Hero, Vt., in 1875. 

2271 2. Frederick L. Keeler, born probably Ridgefield; served in the 
Union army; died of fever at New Orleans in 1864, unmarried. 

22^2 ■ 3. CHARLES L. KEELER, born Danbury Oct.- io, 1847; married 
May 8, 1871, at Lowell, Mass.. Mary Ettie Murphy, born July 31, 1849, at 
Stockholm. N. Y. They resided at South Hero in 1875. (4099) 

2273 4. Eudora Keeler, born probably at Danbury, and was living at South 
Hero in 1875. 

Children of CLARK S. and HARRIET ELIZABETH BEERS 
KEELER, of Ridgefield: (1094) 

2274 1. Joseph E. Keeler, born Ridgefield March 18. 1841; a farmer; 
married at South Hero, Vt., Dec. 25, 1863, Marian A. Fletcher, born 
there in 1842. She died without issue Oct. 17, 1864. He married, second, 
March 26, 1866, Sarah Martin, and lived at South Hero, Vt, in 1875, and 
moved to Ottawa, 111., where they resided in 1893. (4101) 

2275 2. Abner B. Keeler, born South Hero,'Vt., June 2, 1850; a teacher; 
married at Canton, Mass., Oct. 28, 1875, Belle E. Mason, daughter of 
George L. and Harriet Crane Mason. They resided at 81 Lewis street, 
Bridgeport, Conn., in 1893. (4106) 

Children of JOHN M., son of Delancy and Lydia Lockwood Keeler, and 
MARY BECKWITH KEELER, of Norwalk, Conn.: (mo) 
2275a 1. William Keeler, born Norwalk, Conn., in 1832; married Elizabeth 

. He went to California; further unknown. (4114a) 

2275b 2. Mary Keeler, born Stamford, Conn., in 1834; married Dr. Nelson 

Middleton. She resided at Asbury Park, N. J., in 1895. 
2275c 3. Elizabeth Keeler, born Ithaca, N. Y., in 1836; married, first, 

Alonzo Converse; second, William P. Carr; resided at 165 Prospect 

place, Brooklyn, in 1895. 
2275d 4. Lucinda Keeler, born Ithaca, N. Y., about 1839; married in Janu- 

ary, 1858, Henry L. Greenman, and resided at 155 Lafayette avenue, 

Brooklyn, in 1895. He died in February, 1892. 
2275e 5. John M. Keeler, Jr., born Ithaca, N. Y., March 16, 1841 ; married 

at New London, Conn., Martha E. Conner, and resided at Baltimore, 

M<L, in 1895. 
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I9> 1875, Emma Foster, and resided at 165 Prospect place, Brooklyn, 

in 1895. 
2275g 7- Samuel Rice Keeler, born New London Dec. 10, 1846^ not married. 

He resided at Frankford, Pa., in 1895. 
2275h 8. Sarah L. Keeler, born Norwich, Conn., July 16, 1848; married at 

Preston, Conn., April 3, 1875, Oscar D. Hill, born at Providence, R. L, 

June 28, 1848; resided at Frankford, Pa., in 1895. 

Children of WILLIAM H. and MARY FERRIS KEELER, probably 
of Norwalk, Conn.: (mi) 

2276 1. PHEBE ANN KEELER, born May 17, 1836; married Isaac A- 
Jessup, April 3, 1859; further history not obtained. 

2277 2. JOSEPHINE KEELER, born March 2, 1838; married Sept 30, 
1855, William R. Lockwood; further history not obtained. 

2278 3. MARIAN KEELER, born Feb. 23, 1840; married Joseph C 
Reed, and died Oct. 29, 1865. 

2279 4. SARAH E. KEELER, born May 3, 1842, and died April 19. 1843. 

2280 5. LOUISA KEELER, born June 7, 1844; married James A. Ferris. 

2281 6. CAROLINE KEELER, born July 1, 1848; married Joseph C. 
Reed, and died at Greenwich Nov. 2, 1870. 

2282 7. HANNAH MARIA KEELER, born Feb. 12, 1850, and died July 
17, 1857. 

Children of JOHN O. and DEBORAH KEELER KELLY, of Dans- 
ville, N. Y.: (1123) 

2283 1. Alice R. Kelly, born Knoxville, Pa., May 13, 1849; married at 
Dansville, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1875, Lorenzo Smith ; resided at Grand Rapids, 
Mich., in 1894. (4108) 

2284 2. Frank Hudson Kelly, born Westfield, Pa., Jan. 7, 1851; married 
at Dansville, Jan. 7, 1871, Alice Rose, and resided at Lewisville, Va. He 
died Jan. 1, 1894. (4109) 

2285 3. William Delancy Kelly, born Yatesville, Pa., Nov. 12, 1853. 

2286 4. Elida Edell Kelly, born Ludlowville, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1855 ; married 
at Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1879, C. Albert Rockwell, and resided at 
Rochester in 1894. (41") 

2287 5. Mary T. Kelly, born Chatham, Pa., May 21, 1857; married at 
Rochester, Sept. 30, 1880, Henry Walker, and resided at 2841 Lafayette 
street, Denver, Col., in 1894. (41 14) 

2288 6. Hattie Palmer Kelly, born Lansing, Pa.; not married; resided at 
13 Thorn street, Rochester, N. Y., in 1894. 

2289 7. William Corwin Kelly, born Dansville, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1870; not 
married; resided at home in 1894. 

Children of ELIZUR W., son of Czar and Betsey Wheeler Keeler, and 
SALLY M. WHEELER KEELER, of Waterbury, Conn.: (1140) 
2289a 1. Homer W. Keeler, born Newtown, Conn., in 1836; married in 

i860, Martha M. Drake; resided at Waterbury in 1895. 
2289b 2. Lucy M. Keeler, born Newtown, Conn., in 1849; not married; 

resided at Waterbury in 1895. 

Children of DANIEL A. and AMY KEELER WARNER, of Stamford, 
Conn. : (1142) 
2289c 1. Alice Warner, born Brookfield in 1846; married at Stamford* 

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22896 2. Henry Warner, born Brookfield in 1849; married at Litchfield, 

111., and resided there in 1895. 

Children of ALMON and SILA D. MILES KEELER, of Litchfield, 
111.: (1142a) 
2289c 1. Nathan Keeler, born Litchfield, III, in 1852; living in 1895. 

2289f 2. Amy F. Keeler, born Litchfield, 111., in 1854, and died there in 

childhood, in 1859. 
2289s 3. Cornelia M. Keeler, born Litchfield, 111., in i860, and died there 

the same year. 

Children of NATHAN W. and SUSAN H. HAMLIN KEELER, of 
Spokane: (1142b) 
2289a 1. Arthur B. Keeler, born in 1844; married about 1881. 

22891 2. Almond F. Keeler, born in 1848; married at Waterbury, Conn., 

Eva Abbott, of Waterbury. 
2289J 3. Charles N. Keeler, born in 1853. 

Child of CHARLES and MARY SMITH (daughter of Thomas L. and 
Ann Keeler Smith) MALLETT, of Bridgeport, Conn.: (1142O 
2289k 1. Anna Smith Mallett, born Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 7, 1845; resided 

at Washington, D. C, in 1895. 

Child of EZRA W. KEELER, of Newark, N. J.: (ii42y) 
2289I 1. Clarence Keeler; married Clara Hawley, daughter of John N. and 

Clarissa Keeler Hawley, of Brookfield ; resided at Newark, N. J., in 1895. 

Children of GILES and Widow HALL KEELER, of Bridgeport, 

Conn.: (ii42h) 

2289m 1. Keeler, born Bridgeport, Conn.; married John Beach, and 

resided at Bridgeport in 1895. 

228911 2. Cornelia Keeler, born Bridgeport; not married; resided at Bridge- 

port in 1895. 

2289 o 3- Henry Keeler, born Bridgeport. 
2289P 4. Ralph Keeler, born Bridgeport. 

Children of HENRY WM. and JOANNA W. PLATTE PECK, of New 
York: (1142m) 

2290 1. Franklin Keeler Peck, born New York (no date) ; died there 
young. 

2290a 2. Isabel Charlotte Peck, born New York (date not known) ; married 

in October, 1874, W. Harrison Baylis ; resided at Montclair, N. J., in 1895. 

2290b 3. Henry William Peck, born New York (date not obtained) ; mar- 

ried (name not known) ; resided in New Jersey. 

2290c 4. Ella Josephine Peck, born New York (no date obtained) ; married 

E. Van B. Kissam. She died in Brooklyn March 12, 1888. 

Children of GEORGE WILLIS and MARY ANDREWS PECK, of 
Brookfield, Conn. : (1142U) 
2200d 1. Eliza Minerva Peck, born Brookfield, Conn., March 16, 1841 ; died 

there Sept. 4, 1845. 
220oe 2. Adaline Minerva Peck, born Brookfield May 22, 1847; married 

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Children of MEDAD R. and AMARILLA E PECK KELLOGG, of 
New Fairfield: (1142V) 
22goi 1. Lucy Ann Kellogg, born New Fairfield April 20, 1840; married 

Nov. 2, 1866, Willard Hull Dibble ; resided at Middlebury, Conn., in 1895. 
22903 2. Flora Jane Kellogg, born New Fairfield Feb. 25, 1842; married 

Nov. 6, 1867, Alfred Baker, and resided at Bridgeport, Conn., in 1895. 
220oh 3. Mary Elizabeth Kellogg, born New "Fairfield in August, 1847; 

married Sept. 19, 1878, William J. Woodruff, and resided at Bridgeport 

in 1895. 
220oi 4. Emily Peck Kellogg, born New Fairfield in January, 1849; not 

married; resided at Bridgeport in 1895. 

Children of SHERMAN and CLARENA PECK FOOTE, of Brookfield, 
Conn.: (ii42p) 
2290J 1. Cornelia Eveline Foote, born Brookfield, Conn., Dec. 29, 1837; 

married Oct. 27, 1857, Samuel Smith Demming; resided at Bethel, Conn., 

in 1895. 
2290k 2. Henry Lyman Foote, born Brookfield July 18, 1841 ; married Oct. 

12, 1864, Maria Jane Hawley, and resided at Brookfield in 1895. 
2290I 3. William Worth Foote, born Brookfield Sept. 22, 1846; married 

Jean Lewis; resided at Danbury, Conn., in 1895. 
2290m 4. Sherman Beers Foote, born Feb. 4, 1855; died in infancy. 

Children of ARZA C. and JANIE BODES PECK, of New York: 
2290 1. John A. Peck, born New York Sept. 6, 1863; married Agnes 

Friedman, and resided in New York in 1895. 
2290P 2. William Henry Peck, born New York in May, 1866; married 

Lizzie Stackpole, and resided in New York in 1895. 

Children of EDWIN C. and LUCY ANN PECK SMITH, of Brookfield, 
Conn.: (1142s) 
229oq 1. Anna Florine Smith, bom Brookfield, Conn., May 17, 1848. She 

died in childhood. 
22O0r 2. Mary Adaline Smith, born Brookfield Aug. 28, 1850; married Sept 

22, 1874, Herbert Wilbur Green, and resided in New York City in 1895. 
2290s 3. Edward Keeler Smith, born Brookfield Sept. 18, 1852; married 

Oct. 19, 1881, Nellie Trowbridge Ford, and resided at Brookfield in 1895. 
2290t 4. Alfred Peck Smith, born Brookfield Sept. 25, 1854, and died there 

June 23, i860. 
2290U 5. William Joseph Smith, born Dec. 9, 1857, and died at Brookfield 

April 8, i860. 
2290V 6. Henry Alfred Smith, born Feb. 8, 1861, and died at Brookfield 

April 17, 1862. 
229OW 7. Lucy Ann Smith, born Sept. 28, 1862; not married; resided at 

Hawleyville in 1895. 
2290X 8. Joseph Cornelius Smith, born Brookfield Sept. 4, 1865; married 

June 26, 1890, Lucy Frances Soule, and resided in Boston, Mass., in 1895. 

Children of ELIHU and BETSEY BRUSH KEELER, of Danby, 
N. Y.:(ii43) 

229oy 1. Charles Beals Keeler; married Hannah . 

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Children of ROSWELL and MARY ELIZA PLAUT KEELER, of 
LaSalle, 111.: (1144) 

2292 1. WILLIAM F. KEELER; married Anna Eliza Dutton, of Con- 
necticut. He died Feb. 22, 1886. (41 15) 

2293 2. FANNIE E. KEELER, born April 20, 184 1 ; married DAVID 
BROWN, and removed to Lake Worth, Fla., where they resided in 

1894. (4i 19) 

2294 3. Sarah E. Keeler, born Utica, N. Y. ; not married; resided at 
Ottawa, 111., in 1894. 

2295 4. George Keeler; further account not obtained. 

2296 5. Edward Keeler. It is said he died in California about 1850. 

2297 6. James Keeler. It is said that he died (date unknown). 

Children of DANIEL and RACHEL KEELER (daughter of Timothy 
and Urania Deforest Keeler) LYNES, of Ridgebury: (1145) 

2298 1. Timothy B. Lynes, born Ridgebury about 1824; went South and 
joined the Confederates. 

2299 2. Sarah Elizabeth Lynes, born Ridgebury in May 1826, and died 
there July 22, 1835. 

2300 3. Julia Maria Lynes, born Ridgebury March 19, 1828; died Jan. 
6,1829. 

Children of TIMOTHY B. and MARY ELIZABETH COOK KEELER, 
of Ridgebury, Conn.: (1146) 

2301 1. Timothy B. Keeler, Jr., born Ridgebury July 13, 1823, and died the 
next day. 

2302 2. Joseph Cook Keeler, born Ridgebury Nov. 14, 1824. About 1846 
he traveled with the Aaron Turner Circus as treasurer, and subsequently 
he served as clerk on board of a Mississippi steamer, and, as supposed, 
died of yellow fever in the South, about 1848. 

2203 3. Timothy Benedict Keeler, born Ridgebury Nov. 19, 1826. He died 

May 8, 1855, and was buried at Danbury. 

Children of JARVIS and SARAH KEELER (daughter of Timothy and 
Urania Deforest Keeler) BRUSH, of New Haven, Conn.: (1147) 

2304 1. Joseph B. Brush, born Sept. 23, 1828, and died July 23, 1869. 

2305 2. George Jarvis Brush, born Dec. 15, 183 1 ; professor in Yale 
University, New Haven; married Dec 23, 1864, Harriet Silliman Trum- 
bull, born March 13, 1835; resided at New Haven in 1895. (4125) 

Child of SAMUEL and JULIA ANN WEEKS KEELER, of Brooklyn, 
N. Y.: (1148) 

2306 1. Charles Wesley Keeler, born New York City March 1, 1837; 
married Nov. 13, 1867, Annie Vanderbilt Van Deusen, born at New 
Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 9, 1848. He died in Brooklyn Dec. 13, 1883, and 
was buried in the Van Deusen family plot with his parents in Willow 
Grove Cemetery, New Brunswick, N. J. She resided in Brooklyn in 
1894. (4128) 

Children of CHARLES BEALE and HARRIET ST. JOHN KEELER, 
of Ithaca, N. Y.: (1150) 

2307 1. Mary Elizabeth Keeler; further account could not be obtained 

2308 2. Sarah Urania Keeler; further account could not be obtained. 

2309 3. Cornelia Keeler; died young. 1 



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2310 4. Fanny Keeler; no further account could be obtained. 

231 1 5. George Keeler; no further account could be obtained. 

Children of ELEAZER and POLLY GIFFORD RYDER, of Warners- 
ville, N. Y.: (1151) 

2312 1. Tamson Ryder, born Warnersville, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1817; died 
June 13, 1837. 

2313 2. Lucy Ann Ryder, born Warnersville, N. Y., March 29, 1820; 
married Josephus Warner, who was born June 4, 1817; resided at Man- 
hattan, Riley County, Kan. (4132) 

2314 3. Charles Ryder, born Warnersville, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1822; a farmer; 
married Oct. 8, 1846, Sally Catharine Myers, and resided at Barnesville, 
N. Y., in 1893. (4138) 

2315 4. Samuel Ryder, born Warnersville, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1824; married 
Jan. 29, 1852, Lydia Starr. (414O 

2316 5. Almanya Sanford Ryder, born Sept. 15, 1828; married Nov. 2, 
1854, Sophia M. Thomas. He died Sept. 10, 1869. (4*45) 

2317 6. John Ryder, a fresco painter, born Sept. 13, 1833; married July 7, 
1863, Lizzie Fisher, born Dec. 12, 1840; resided at Elizabeth, N. J. (4149) 

2318 7. Addison Ryder, born Jan. 25, 1836; died in infancy, Oct. 15, 1836. 

2319 8. Cordelia Ryder, born Feb. 20, 1839; married Leander Woods. (4151) 

Children of Dr. SAMUEL and RUTH GIFFORD RYDER, of Ohio: 
(1152) 

2320 1. Cordelia Ryder; married Jacob Mitchell. 

2321 2. T.imson Ryder; died in 1877. 

2322 3. Chauncey Ryder; died unmarried. 

Children of SAMUEL and (his second wife) RACHEL WEAVER 
RYDER, of Ohio: (1152) 

2323 4. Absalom Ryder. 

2324 5. John Ryder. 

2325 6. Elizabeth Ryder, born Feb. 26, 1835; married Sept. 17, 1857, 
George W. Glick, a lawyer, formerly Covernor of Kansas, and resided 
at Atchison, Kan., in 1893. (4153) 

2326 7. Helen Ryder; died April 8, 1878. 

Children of URIAH and MEHITABEL CARTRIGHT RYDER: (1153) 

2327 1. Rufus Ryder, born March 29, 1829; married; he died March 27, 

1873. (4155) 

2328 2. Emily Ryder, born June 10, 1830; married Orson Webb, Oct. 
21, 1849. She died March 17, 1850. No children. 

2328a 3. Eli Ryder, born May 2, 1833; died in infancy. 

2329 4. Amanda Ryder, born July 8, 1834; married William Borst, and 
resided at Albany, N. Y. (4157) 

2329a 5. Eli Ryder, born Jan. 1, 1849; died in infancy. 

2330 6. Tamson Ryder, born June 12, 1842; married Joseph Smith Knox, 
and resided at Warnersville, N. Y. No children. 

2331 7. Uriah Ryder, born Dec. 16, 1844; married Dec. 30, 1873, Mary 
Tygart, born Nov. 25, 1852. (4159) 

Children of CHAUNCEY and DIANTHA M. BOUGHTON RYDER, 
of Albany, N. Y.: (1155) 



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2332 i. SETH BOUGHTON RYDER, born Arlington. Vt., Oct. 17, 1830; 
married at Albany, N. Y., April 13, 1854, Maria Griffith, and settled at 
Elizabeth, N. J., where he held many offices of trust and importance, and 
in 1882 was elected mayor of that city. At the breaking out of the 
Rebellion he raised ;wo companies and served through the war. For 
more definite account, sec Bouton-Boughton Genealogy, page 183. (4160) 

2333 2. JOHN ABSALOM RYDER, born Arlington, Vt., Aug. 20, 1833; 
married at Philadelphia, Dec. 1, 1856, EMMA LEACH, and settled in 
Philadelphia, Pa., where he died in 1873. His family resided there in 

1893. (4161) 

Children of ABSALOM and JANE LIVINGSTON RYDER: (1156) 

2334 1. Alexander Ryder, born April 18, 1836; died in December, 1863. 

2335 2. Emma Ryder, born March 19, 1S40, and died Dec. 18, 1840. 

2336 3. Henry Livingston Ryder, born Feb. 18, 1842, and died in Feb- 
ruary, 1863. 

2337 4- Gilbert Livingston Ryder, born Sept. 5, 1845; married Oct. 13, 
1868, Annie Kitty Miller; resided at Masillon, O., in 1893. (4166) 

Children of IRA S. and FRANCES MARIA DENTON KEELER, of 
Belleview, Fla.: (1138) 
2337a 1. Mary Electa Keeler, born Ridgefield, Conn., Aug. 19, 1885 ; resided 

at Belleview, Fla., in 1894. 
2337b 2. Bertha Adeel Keeler, born Belleview, Fla., May 4, 1888; resided 

at Belleview, Fla., in 1894. 
2237c 3. Ruth Frances Keeler, born Belleview, Fla., Jan. 27, 1&93; resided 

at Belleview, Fla., in 1894. 

Children of Rev. SENECA McN. and ALICE B. SMITH KEELER, of 
Jeffersonville, Pa.: (1139) 
2237d 1. Laura Frances Keeler, born Kingsboro, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1858; mar- 

ried July 29, 1892, Robert M. Canfield; resided at Providence, R. I., in 

1894. (4170) 

2337e 2. Lucy Hough Keeler, born East Bloomfield, N. Y., Apri 1 22, i860; 

married Sept. 5, 1888, George N. Ives. • 

2337f 3- Mary Mead Keeler, born Auburn. N. Y., Sept. 21, i8£i, and died 

at Guilford Centre April 1, 1866. 
2337g 4- Lydia Smith Keeler, born Guilford, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1863; married 

Rufus Boright, and resided at Waterbury, Conn., in 1894. 
*337h 5. Alice May Keeler, born Guilford, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1866; no further 

account obtained. 
2337i 6. Sarah Mead Keeler, born Smyrna, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1868 ; no further 

account obtained. 
2337J 7. Irving Scoville Keeler, born Smyrna, N. \.. Nov. 14, 1869; no 

further account obtained. 

Children of URIAH and SARAH PARDEE TOWNSEND, of South 
East, N. Y.: (1157) 

2338 1. HANNAH TOWNSEND, born South East, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1806; 
married Sept 19, 1838, HERMON WOOD, born Oct. 16, 1802. They 
settled at Norwich, N. Y., where she died April 22, 1855. He died there 
about 1858. (4171) 

2339 2. KEELER TOWNSEND, born South East about 1807; married 



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about 1826, LAURA KENT, born Patterson, N. J., about 1808. He died 
in November, 1864. She died there about 1870. (4172)' 
«340 3- EMILY TOWNSEND, born about 1818; married STEPHEN R. 

BARRAT, and settled at Kent, N. Y. He died at Kent about 1864. She 
lived at Carmel in 1894. (4181) 

2341 4; SUSAN TOWNSEND, born South East about 1820; married 
SAMUEL TERRY, born about 1820, and died at Kent about 1864. She 
resided at Carmel in. 1893. (4185) 

2342 5. CLARK TOWNSEND, born South East Jan. 19, 1823; married 
Feb. 24, 1844, at Carmel, N. Y., SARAH E. KELLEY, born in 1822. 
They moved and settled at Farmington, la., about 1845, and were still 
living there in 1894. (4190) 

2343 6. NELSON TOWNSEND, born South East about 1825; married 
about 1850, at Wilton, Matilda Cree. He died at Wilton about 1858. 
She was living at Mill Plain, Conn., in 1894. (4191 ) 

Children of BENJAMIN D, and (his first wife) MARY T. COLLINS 
NORRIS, of Ridgebury, Conn.: (1171) 

2344 1. Benjamin Collins Norris, born Ridgebury l*eb. 11, 1836; married 
May 29, 1856, Harriet E. Gray, daughter of Nathaniel and Millie Gray, of 
New Preston, Conn., where she was born Sept. 22, 1836. They resided 
there in 1893. 

2345 2. Mary DeForest Norris, born Ridgebury Oct. 8, 1837, and died Sept. 
16, 1841 ; buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

2346 3. Sophia E. Norris, born Ridgebury Oct. 5, 1842; resided with her 
parents. She spent the winter with her cousin, A. Hart Norris, in 
Florida, 1892-3. 

2347 4. De La Zaun Norris, born Ridgebury Sept. 28, 1845; died by 
clothes taking fire, April 29, 1855. 

2348 5. Henrietta Kraus Norris, born Ridgebury April 21, 1847; married 
Jan. 26, 1870, Augustus C. Reynolds, of Ridgefield. where they lived for 
a time, then moved to New York City, where he died Dec 14, 1871. She 
resided at Ridgebury, Conn., with her father in 1895. 

Child by his second wife, CHARLOTTE WARD NORRIS: (1171) 

2349 6. Charlotte Elizabeth Norris, born Ridgebury Aug. 22. i860; married 
, Norman E. Shotwell. They resided at East Orange, N. J., in 1895. (4195) 

Children of JAMES and CLARA WOOD NORRIS. of Brewster, 
N.Y. 1(1176) 

2350 1. Sarah Elizabeth Norris, born April 15, 1824; married Aug. 17, 1840, 
Gilbert Drew. He died, and she married, second. April 3, 1853, Henry H. 
Beakly. She died March 14, 1888. (4199) 

2351 2. Herman Cole Norris, born Jan. 6, 1836; married Aug. 4, 1862, 
Bella E. Wadhams. (4200) 

2352 3. De La Zaun Norris, born Aug. 3, 1837 ; married, first. May 4, i860, 
Mary A. Johnson; married, second, Sept 24, 1890, Anna H. Quick. (421 1) 

Children of MOSES KEELER and CAROLINE STEVENS NORRI& 
of Mill Plain, Conn.: (1178) 

2353 1. George Norris, born Mill Plain Nov. 10, 1830; married, first, Mary 
Burdick; second. Elizabeth Hurd; resided at Claveland, O., and died 
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2354 '2. Sarah Jane Norris, bom Mill Plain Dec 14, 1834; married Tyler 
Baldwin, son of Thomas and Esther Fuller Baldwin, of South East, N. Y. 
She resided at Danbury in 1893. (4208) 

2355 3. Frances Eliza Norris, born Mill Plain July 28, 1838; married 
Jan%es p. Rundle ; resided at Cleveland, O. (4210) 

2356 4. Charles Norris, torn Mill Plain Sept. 22, 18(39; married about 
1866, Cassie Mead, born Feb. 3, 1849. He died May 28, 1871. She 
resided at Mill Plain in 1893. (4111) 

*357 5- John Norris, born Mill Plain Feb. 5, 1842; 'married in October, 

1878, Emma Mead, born Nov. 22, 1858. She died Aug. 23, 1892. He 
resided at Mill Plain in 1893. No children. 

Children of MILO and LUCIA PRICE KEELEPv, of Essex, Vt, and 
by his second wife, ABIGAIL SHATTUCK KEELER: (1182a) 
2357a 1. Cornelia Delphine Keeler, born Essex, Vt, June 18, 1837; married 

Lorenzo B. Gleason, of Westford, Vt (4214a) 
2357b 2. Casandra A. Keeler, born Essex Jan. 27, 1839; married Nov. 26, 

1861, Orvis H. Ellis, of Huntington, Vt. (4214c) 
2357c 3. Samuel Keeler, born Essex Oct. 16, 1840; married March 16, 186& 

Eliza Castle; resided at Essex. (42 I4g^ 
2257d 4. Mary Keeler, born Essex July 14, 1842; married June n, 1864, 

George Orson Farnsworth. (4214b) 
2257e 5. Ellen J. Keeler, born Essex June 21, 1844; married Feb. 19, 1865, 

George H. Brown. (4214J) 
'2357f 6. Florence Emma Keeler, born Essex Jan. 31, 1847; married Dec. 22, 

1864, George Southwick, of Montpelier, Vt. (42i4q) 
2357R 7- Noah Tyler Keeler, born Essex Nov. 30, 1848; married March 20, 

1877, Nellie L. Rowland, of Buffalo. He died Oct. 3, 1880 (4214s) 
2357h 8. Julia Desire Keeler, born Essex Aug. 27, 1850; married May 2$ 

1874, Sidney Bates, of Westford, Vt. (4214U) 
23571 9. Amelia Emily Keeler, born Essex April 2, 1854. 

2357J 10. Franklin James Keeler, born Essex Feb. 12, 1864, and died there 

Feb. 7, 1881; not married. 
2357k 11. Stella Elizabeth Keeler, born Essex May 7, 1856; married Aug. 11, 

1884, Frank W. Ayrcs, of Essex, Vt. (4214X) 
2357I 12. Martha Lorinda Keeler, born Essex Aug. 11, 1858; married 

Charles L. Ovitt, of Enosburgh, Vt. (4214a:) 

Children of GEORGE B. and ELIZABETH (Betsey) KEELER SIN- 
CLAIR, of Essex, Vt: (n82d) 
2357m 1. James Wayland Sinclair, born Essex Aug. 13, 1848. He died there 

Dec. 20, 1858. 
235711 2. Edward Frank Sinclair, born July 28, 1850, and died Dec. 21, 1858. 
2357 3. George Arthur Sinclair, born Dec. 22, 1851. 

*3. r 7P 4- John Keeler Sinclair, bom Oct. 20, 1853. He died Dec. 20, 1858. 
2357q 5- Edward Shattuck Sinclair, born Oct. 2, 1855 ; married May 18, 1892, 

Ruth Clark. 
2.357r 6. Clinton Jewel Sinclair, born March 10, 1857; further unknown. 
2357s 7. Willie Spencer Sinclair, born Aug. 4, 1858; married June 4, 1882, 

Katie Kyle. He died Oct. 2, 1882. 
2357t 8. Abbie Elizabeth Sinclair, born July 11, 1864 

2357U 9. Hammond Whitlock Sinclair, born in May, 1866; married in 

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Children of YOUNG B. and JULIA ANN KEELER WARNER, of 
Essex, Vt: (n82q) 
^357v i. John Keeler Warner, born Essex, Vt, Dec 2, 1832; married May 

20, 1858, Harriet A. Spencer, and resided at Essex, Vt, in 1898. 
-2357W 2. James Fay Warner, born Essex July 1, 1837; married Oct 16, 

1868, Hannah Thompson, and resided there in 1898. 

Children of TRUMAN and MABEL A. BAKER KEELER, of Harrison. 
111.: (1182O 
2357X 1. Tabithe S. Keeler, born Harrison, III, Feb. 27, 1840; married 

June 18, 1875, L. B. Farr; died Dec. 24, 1893. 
2357y 2. James A. Keeler, born Harrison, III, April 12, 1842; married Dec 

22, 1872, Frances G. Carson; resided at Harlan, Kan., in 1898. 
2357Z 3- Castle M. Keeler, born Eauplain, Wis., Aug. 21, 1848. 
2357aa 4. Ida E. Keeler, born Masinee, Wis., Jan. 26, 185 1 ; married Oct 6, 

1872, C. L. Stuart ; died at Harlan, Kan., in 1894. 

Children of JOHN and ELLEN D. COMSTOCK KEELER, of Albion, 
N. Y.: (1182s) 
23$7bb 1. Harriot M. Keeler, born Albion June 26, 1838; married John Gill. 

She died in 1888. 
2357cc 2. Caroline E. Keeler, born Rockford, 111., April 11, 1840; married 

Oct. 22, 1857, Jasper Willsea, and settled at Albion, N. Y., ind resided 

there in 1898. 
2357dd 3. Sarah J. Keeler, born Rockford, 111., Sept. 30, 1841 ; married May 

13, 1864, George Gill, and settled at Albion, N. Y., and resided there 

in 1898. 
2357ee 4. Franklin C. Keeler, born Rockford May 4, 1844, an d *ed there 

Sept. 1, 1844- 
^357tf 5- Charles A. Keeler, born Rockford, 111., July 7, 1846; married Sept. 

11, 1866, Anna Willsea, and settled at Rochester, . N. Y., where they 

were living in 1898. 

Note. — Charles A. Keeler was educated at Genesee College, Lima. 

N. Y., and admitted to the bar in 1867. He was elected District Attorney 

of Orleans County, N. Y., in the autumn of 1877, and was practicing law, 

with his office in the Power Block, Rochester, N. Y., under the style of 

Keeler & Marsh, in 1898. 

Children of ALONZO and SARAH ANN KEELER COREY, of Rock- 
ford, 111.: (1182U) 
^35788 1. D wight Corey, born Rockford, 111. ; resided at Los Angeles, CaL 
235/hh 2. Luther Corey, born Rockford, 111. ; resided at Mason City, la. 
23S7ii 3- Alonzo Corey, Jr., born Rockford, 111. ; resided at Santa Paula, Col. 
2357J j 4- Sarah Corey, born Rockford, 111. ; resided at Ogden, Utah. 

2357kk 5. Clara Corey, born Rockford, 111; resided at Los Angeles, CaL 

Children of SMITH S., son of Abraham and Anna Starr Gray, and 
MARY STARR GRAY, of Clarkfield, 0.: (1183) 

2358 1. Harriet Eliza Gray, born March 10, 1837. She was an invalid, 
and died, April 29, i860, much beloved. 

2359 2. Mary Ann Gray, born Aug. 20, 1846 ; married Jan. 1, 1873, Melville 
Dean ; resided at Galena, 111., in 1879. 

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copied from the Starr Genealogy, gives no further account, the several 
families having moved to the far West. 

Children of SAMUEL SIDNEY and I.UCY ANN BRUSH ST. JOHN, 
of Ridgefield: (1195) 

2360 1. THOMAS PLATT ST. JOHN, born Ridgebury June 23, 1830; 
married Dec 28, 1858, at Ridgebury, MARY L. RUNYON, daughter of 
Priscilla Brush Runyon; she was born Jan. 15, 1832, and died Feb. 24, 
1864, 

2361 2. JOHN WATSON ST. JOHN, born Ridgefield June 13, 1834, and 
died there May 1, 1839. 

2362 3. MARY ANN ST. JOHN, born Ridgefield June 3, 1839; married 
SMITH G. HUNT, son of Gilbert and Emeline Keeler Hunt, a farmer of 
South East, N. Y., and subsequently a hat manufacturer at Brewster, 
N. Y., where he died Jan. 7, 1880. She resided there in 1892. (4213) 

Children of EDGAR and POLLY ST. JOHN (daughter ot Lina and 
Hannah Gray St. John) GREGORY, of Lockport, N. Y.: (1196) 

2363 1. Milon A. Gregory, born Lockport, N. Y., July 2, 1842; married 
there, Sept. 10, 1868, Elmira Basserman, and resided at Boylton, N. Y., 
in 1893. 

2364 2. Annie E. Gregory, born Lockport, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1843; married 
Sept. 13, 1876, John C. Hasberry; resided there in 1893. 

Children of WILLIAM and ANN ST. JOHN HUNT, of L';ona, Mich.: 

(1 197) 

2365 • 1. George Hunt, born Napoleon, Mich., Jan. 24, 1837; married Lydia 
Smith, and resided at Kalamazoo, Mich., in 1893. 

2366 2. M. Harrison Hunt, born Sept. 10, 1840; he died (date not known). 

2367 3. Charles N. Hunt, born Napoleon, Mich., April 1, 1843; married 
Ellen Cleveland, and resided at Chicago, 111., in 1893. 

2368 4. James W. Hunt, born Napoleon, Mich., May 1, 1844; married 
Emma Repas, and resided at Grand Rapids in 1893. 

Children of DARIUS and CURRENCE DOWNS ST. JOHN, of 
Clinton, Mich.: (1198) 

2369 1. Reuben D. St. John, born Clinton, Mich., Aug. 19, 1842. He was a 
soldier, and died in the hospital at Nashville, Tenn., March 9, 1863. 

237c 2. William D. St. John, born Clinton, Mich., Nov. 24, 1845; married 

at West Troy, N. Y., April 23, 1874, Helen C. Dayton, born at Rensse- 
laerville, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1841 ; resided at Clinton, Mich., in 1893. (4215) 

2371 3. Addison St. John, born Clinton, Mich., May 27, 1853 ; resided there 
in 1893. 

Children of SAMUEL and MARY DOWNS ST. JOHN, of Leona, 
Mich.: (1 109) 

2372 1. Frank D. St. John, born Leona, Mich., Oct. 21, 1845; married at 
Hinsdale, 111., Dec. 2, 1872, Ellen A. Thomas, born at Alden, N. Y., Oct 
19, 1849; resided in York County, Neb., in 1893. (4217) 

2273 2. Edwin H. St. John, born Leona, Mich., Nov. 6, 1853; died there 

May 23, 1857. 
2374 3. Ella M. St. John, born Leona, Mich., Nov. ?5, 1853 ; married there, 

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Children of TIMOTHY B. and MARY GATES ST. JOHN, of Jackson, 
Mich.: (1203) 
2375 1. Smith G. St. John, born Leona, Mich., Sept. 17, 1850; died Sept. 

27, 1852. 
237<5 3. So Edwin St. John, born Leona, Mich., June 23, 1855 ; married Oct. 

23, 1878, Anna Young, born at Rives' Junction, Mich., Oct. 23, 1858; 

resided at Leona in 1893. (4222) 
2^77 2. Lotta A. St. John, born Leona, Mich., Dec. 24, 1853; married Nov. 

25, 1875, Iveston Young, born March S, 1850; resided at Leona, Mich., 

in 1893. (4224) 

Child of E. STEVENS and CHLOE ST. JOHN GREGORY, of Lock- 
port, N. Y.: (1205) 

2378 1. Mary B. Wilson Gregory (adopted), born Italy Hill, N. Y., July 
*3> 1858; married Dec. 25, 1877, Elmer S. Huffcutt, born Acron June 19, 
1853 ; resided at Acron, N. Y., in 1893. (4228) 

Child of ISRAEL and CYNTHIA ST. JOHN GATES, of Perrysburg. 
Mich.: (1206) 

2379 1. Milan A. Gates, born Leona, Mich., April 3. 1856; a physician; 
married Dec. 15, 1885, Sallie M. Grant, and resided at Poncevcrt, W. Va.. 
in 1893. (4230) 

Children by her second husband. WILLIAM GIBSON: 

2380 2. Delia O. Gibson, born Lansing, Mich., Oct. 10. 1863; married June 
19, 1886, Edward Maynard, and resided at Perrysburg, Mich., in 1893. 

(423O 

2381 3. Elbert W. Gibson, born Lansing, Mich., May 6, 1866; married 
March 14, 1888, Bell Warren, and resided Bancroft, Mich., in 1893. (4235) 

2382 4. Stella Gibson, born Lansing, Mich., Feb. 24, 1874; not married; 
lives at Poncevert, W. Va. 

Children of JASON and JULIA POTTER (daughter of Miner and 
Polly Gray Potter) ST. JOHN, of Hammonton, N. J.: (1207) 
2283 1. Elmer E. St. John, born Aug. 4, 1859. 

2384 2. Charles E. St. John, born July 13. 1861. 

2385 3. Lydia Florella St. John, born April 7, 1864; married T. A. Pressy. 

2386 4. Willis G. St. John, born Jan. 1, 1869; married Ida Allender. No 
children. 

Children of ABRAHAM S. and CLARINA M. SEGER GRAY, of Mill 
Plain, Conn.: (1210) 

2387 1. Wellford S. Gray, born Mill Plain March 20, 1851; rnarried Oct. 
11, 1876; in New York City, Louise Martin. They lived in New York 
City, and in 1893 at Mill Plain. He died at Danbury, Conn., March 15. 
1895. (4236) 

2388 2. Alfred S. Gray, born June 2, 1856 ; married at Carmel, N. Y. f Nov. 
1, 1885, Leonora Miller, and settled at Mill Plain, where he died Nov. 20, 
1892. She died at Danbury Feb. 27, 1893, aged 34 years. (4237) 

Children of BENJAMIN C. and HATTIE E. GRAY (daughter of 
Nathaniel and Millie A. Case Gray) NORRIS, of Litchfield: (1213) 

2389 1. Weston G. Norris, born Danbury Dec. 11, 1858, and died Sept. 28, 
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2390 2. Mamie C. Norris, born Titusville, Pa., Sept. 20, 1866; not married; 
living at Litchfield in 1893. 

Children of GARRY G. and MARY ANN COGSWELL POTTER, of 
Bantam, Conn. : ( 1214) 

2391 1. GEORGE WILSON POTTER, born Litchfield Dec 6, 1840; 
enlisted in August, 1862, in the 19th Connecticut Regiment; was seriously 
wounded June 1st at the battle of Cold Harbor, and died June 3, 1864, 
and was buried on the battlefield. Subsequently his remains were re- 
moved, and now rest in the cemetery at New Milford, Conn. 

2392 2. WATSON GRAY POTTER, born Litchfield April 3, 1844; 
married Oct. 4, 1864, Rubie Jerusha Hatch ; now resides at Geneva, N. Y. 

2393 3- FRANCES GARELIA POTTER, born Litchfield April 3, 1844; 
married Sept. 2, 1862, Sherman Hawley Hill, and resided at New Mil- 
ford, Conn. 

2394 4. Manville Potter (no date of birth given) ; died in early childhood. 

2395 5- Mary Loisa Potter (date of birth not given) ; died in early 
childhood. 

2396 6. Garry Eldridge Potter (no date of birth given) ; died in early 
childhood. 

Child by second wife, LAURA E FREEMAN KLLBOURN POTTER, 
of Litchfield: (12 14) 

2397 7. Mary Ann Potter, born probably at Litchfield Oct. 17, 1868. 

Children of GEORGE W. and LYDIA ANN POTTER COGSWELL, of 
New Preston, Conn.: (1215) 

2398 1. George Gray Cogswell, born New Preston Sept. 27, 1847, and died 
May 18, 1850. 

2399 2 Filmore Cogswell, born New Preston Nov. 30, 1850; rr.. rried Jan. 
15, 1880, Lillian W. Patterson, and resided at Denver, Col., in 1893. 

Children of ASA LYMAN and SALLY POTTER GRANNIS, of 
Bantam, Conn.: (1216) 

2400 1. Fremont Miner Grannis, born Bantam, Conn., Dec. 24, 1851; 
married Oct. 20, 1875, Florella Mary Ann Kilbourn, and resided at 
Litchfield. 

2401 2. Weston Gray Grannis, born Bantam Feb. 16, 1855; married Feb. 
20, 1879, Louise Glover, and resided at Litchfield in 1893. 

Children of MINER and SELENA OSBORN POTTER, of Allensville, 
O.: (1217) 
2401a 1. Child died in early childhood; no name. 

2402 2. Ada Althea Potter, born Allensville, O., April 10, 1867; married 
Jan. 8, 1888, Joseph E. Clutts. They resided at Wellston, Jackson County, 
O., in 1893. . 

Children of SIDNEY and MARY ANN STARR GRANNIS, of Dan- 
bury, Conn.: (1220) 

2403 1. Sarah Eva Grannis, born Danbury Jan. 22, 1852; resided with her 
parents at Danbury in 1893. 

2\ O i\ 2. Susie Starr Grannis, born Danbury Sept. 20, 1853; resided with 

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2405 3. William Wood worth Grannis, born Danbury May 23, 1857, and 
died Oct. 7, 1857. 

Child of AARON W. and MARTHA FARVOR GRANNIS, of 
Bristol, Conn.: (1221) 

2406 1. Lydia Adell Grannis, born Warren, Conn., Nov. 24, 1858; married 
at Plymouth, Conn., May 31, 1882, Jay Jerome Baldwin, born at Corwell, 
Conn., Aug. 23, 1861, and he was killed on a ferry boat at Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Jan. 18, 1886. She married, second, Jan. 15, 1889, Charles A. Wengood, 
born Brundford, Conn., Sept. 30, 1849. They resided at Fair Haven, 
Conn., in 1893. 

Children of Dr. JOHN HENRY and MARY WITTER SHEPARD 
GRANNIS. of Old Saybrook, Conn.: (1224) 

2407 1. Ruth Shepard Grannis, born Old Saybrook Feb. 17, 1873; resided 
with her parents in 1893. 

2408 2. Sarah Gray Grannis, born Old Saybrook March 23, 1877; resided 
with her parents at Old Saybrook in 1893. 

Children of HENRY C, son of John and Eliza Case Gray, and HARRIET 
MIRANDA LESSEY GRAY, of Danbury: (1225) 

2409 1. Hattie Estella Gray, born Danbury Nov. 9, 1862; married June 30, 
1892, William S. Peck, aand resided at Waterbury in 1893. 

2410 2. John C. Gray, born Danbury March 4, 1875; resided with his 
parents at Danbury in 1893. 

Child of WATSON C, son of John and Eliza Case Gray, and SARAH 
M. PECK GRAY, of Danbury: (1228) 

2411 1. James Peck Gray, born Danbury May 12, 1868; resides with his 
parents. 

Children of HENRY and ANNA ROCKWELL (daughter of William 
and Sarah Worden Rockwell) SMITH, of Ridgefield, Conn.: (1232) 

2412 1. Lucy Ann Smith, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec 15, 1819; married 
there Oct. 7, 1838, JACOB THOMAS HAVILAND, a teacher and sur- 
veyor, born at Ridgefield June 29, 181 1. They moved in 1855 to Bristol, 
Indiana. 

2413 2. Sarah Esther Smith, born Ridgefield Nov. 20, 1821 ; married Sept. 
21, 1841, Charles Olmstead. He was a member of Co. S, 17th Conn. VoL 
Infantry, and died at Ridgefield in 1876. 

2414 3. William Smith, born Ridgefield Aug. 23, 1823; married, first, 
Elizabeth Miller. She died at New Rochelle, N. Y., and he married, 
second, Hannah F. Lawrence, and settled in Brooklyn. 

2415 4. Gamaliel Smith, born Ridgefield July 24, 1825 ; married, first, Mar- 
tha Hayes; second, Jane Hayes, his first wife's sister. They settled at 
Fairfield, Conn. 

2416 5. Henry Smith, Jr., born Ridgefield Oct 3, 1827; a hatter; married 
at Newtown, Conn., Oct. 13, 1851, Ann Jennett Crofut, and resided at 
Orange, N. J. 

2417 6. Samuel A. Smith, born New Canaan, Conn., May 12, 1830 ; married 
in January, 1854, Mary A. Bailey, and resided at Brewster, N. Y. 

2418 7. George Catlin Smith, born New Canaan Oct. 30, 1832; never 
married ; enlisted in Co. A, 5th Regiment of Connecticut Volunteers ; died 
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2419 8. Daniel Smith, born New Canaan Feb. 27, 1835; not married; lived 
at Ridgefield in 1877. 

2420 9. Phebe Elmina Smith, born Ridgefield June 29, 1839; unmarried in 
1877, and resided at Cross River, N. Y. 

Children of JONATHAN, son of William and Sarah Worden Rockwell, 
and CLARISSA GREGORY ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield: (1233) 

2421 1. Charles Rockwell, born Ridgefield, Conn., Dec 20, 1820; a freight 
agent of the N. Y. & N. H. R. R. ; married at Southport, Oct 16, 1848, 
JERUSHA ROBINSON, and settled at Southport, and resided there in 
1876. He died about November, 1890. (4238) 

2422 2. Francis Rockwell, born Ridgefield July 18, 1824; married in 1849, 
Martha Tucker, and resided at Birmingham. He died May 31, 1855.(4239) 

2423 3. George Rockwell, born Ridgefield June 29, 1826; married in 1854, 
Emily Lake. He resided with his second wife at New Haven, Coon., 
in 1876. (4241) 

2424 4. Betsey Rockwell, born Ridgefield April 15, 1828; married Nov. 4, 
1849, Joseph Tucker. She died July 1, 1891. He resided at Huntington, 
Conn., in 1876. (4242) 

2425 5. Jane Rockwell, born Ridgefield Aug. 12, 1830; married there, in 
November, 1856, MATTHEW SEYMOUR. They resided in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., in 1873. No children. 

2426 6. Mary Ann Rockwell, born Ridgefield Sept. 21, 1832; married Nov. 
22, 1854, David E. Burr, born at Reading. She died at Danbury Aug. 27, 
1892. He resided at Danbury in 1893. (4244) 

2427 7. William Henry Rockwell, born Ridgefield Oct 14, 1834; married 
at Bridgeport, Dec 2, 1862, Mary E. Birdseye, and resided at Bridgeport 
in 1876. He died April 11, 1897. (4245) 

Child of SAMUEL, son of William and Sarah Worden Rockwell, and 
CHARLOTTE PALMER ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield: (1234) 

2428 1. Sarah Ann Rockwell; married Hiram Keeler, son of Adoniram 
Keeler, of Ridgebury. They moved to Condor, N. Y., where she died, 
June 10, 1888. He resided at Danby, N. Y., in 1892. 

Children of SAMUEL and (his second wife) SUSAN SMITH ROCK- . 
WELL, of Condor, N. Y.: (1234) 

2429 2. William Henry Rockwell; went to California; further unknown. 

2430 3. George Rockwell; said to have lived at Mt Vernon in 1876. 

2431 4. John Rockwell ; said to have lived in New York City in 1876. 
2431a 5. Rockwell; said to have lived at White Plains, N. Y. 

Children of HARRY, son of William and Sarah Worden Rockwell, and 
HANNAH TRYON ROCKWELL, of North Salem: (1237) 

2432 1. Edwin Rockwell, born North Salem June 23, 1833; married, first, 
in February, 1854, Mary Elizabeth Parks; second, Feb. 4, 1874, Emma 
Elizabeth Knox, born May 11, 1855; resided at Danbury in 1893. (4247) 

2433 2. Samuel Rockwell, born North Salem. He was drowned there in 
boyhood. 

2434 3. Hannah Rockwell, born North Salem; married Caleb Wright. 
She died at Brewster. He resided there in 1893. 

Children by second wife, PHEBE ANN CREE ROCKWELL: 

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2436 5. Joseph William Rockwell, born North Salem March 9, 1844;. 
married Dec 14, 1865, Ann Eliza Baxter; resided at Danbury in 1893. 
(425O 

2437 6. Freeman Rockwell, born North Salem; married (name not 
known) ; has three children, and resided at 33 E. 137th street, Mott 
Haven, in 1893. 

2438 7. Reuben F. Rockwell, born North Salem July 14, 1853; married 
Sept. 16, 1890, Laura Kirk, born May 13, 1862, and resided at Danbury,. 
Conn., in 1893. No children. 

2439 8. Leonard Rockwell, born North Salem April 4, 1855; married at 
South East, N. Y., April 28, 1878, Anna Townsend, born at Weston^ 
Conn., March 6, 1856; resided on King street, Danbury. 

Children of CHARLES S. and RACHEL SMITH (daughter of Nehe- 
miah and Rhoda Keeler Smith) HYATT, of Fenner, N. Y.: (1238) 

2440 1. JANE ANN HYATT, born North Salem, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1821 ; 
married at Fenner, N. Y., June 5, 1845, JOHN WILSON, a farmer,, 
born at Utica, N. Y., July 7, 1816. They settled at Fenner, N. Y. 

2^41 2. SMITH KEELER HYATT, born Ridgefield, Conn., Aug. 2i r 

1824; a farmer; married at Fenner, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1849, CLARINDA 
WOODWORTH, born April 28, 1830. They settled in Fenner. (4253) 

2442 3. JOHN HAYES HYATT, born Ridgefield, Conn., April 16, 1827; 
married at Fenner, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1854, Frances Woodworth, born there 
July 30, 1833. They settled at Fenner. (4259) 

2443 4. MARY ELIZABETH HYATT, born Fenner, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1835; 
married May 20, 1858, Charles Emilius Allen, a farmer, born at Fenner 
April 24, 1832. They settled at Fenner. (4263) 

2444 5. CHARLES SMITH HYATT, born Fenner March 30, 1837; 
married at Cazenovia, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1863, Sarah Amelia Knapp, born at 
Penfield, N. Y. They settled at Fenner. (4263) 

2445 6. HELEN M. HYATT, born at Fenner, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1840; 
married March 15, 1871, at Fenner, Somers Hill, born at Fenner, N. Y., 
Nov. 18, 1838. They settled at Petersburg, N. Y. No children. 

Children of ORVILLE and CAROLINE SMITH RAYMOND, of 
Wheeler, N. Y. : (1239) 

2446 1. John Wesley Raymond, born Wheeler, N. Y., June 20, 1835; 
married at Genoa, Wis., Dec. 13, 1858, Sarah Jayne, daughter of Silas 
and Mary Benedict Jayne, and settled at Wheeler, N. Y. (4266) 

2447 2. Nehemiah Smith Raymond, born Wheeler Jan. 1, 1837 ; married at 
Friendship, Oct. 12, 1862, Amanda Ophelia Lanphear. They settled at 
Wheeler. 

2448 3. Harriet Cornelia Raymond, born Wheeler, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1838; 
not married; lived at Wheeler in 1875. 

2449 4. Mary Raymond, born Wheeler Sept. 22, 1840, and died there 
April 3, 185 1. 

2450 5. Amasa Church Raymond, born Wheeler Aug. 5, 1843; married at 
Richland, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1868, Emily Theresa Robinson, born at Sandy 
Creek, N. Y.,- Sept. 30, 1848. They settled in Richland, N. Y. (4270) 

Children of WALTER K. and EMILY STEBBINS SMITH, of Nelson 
Flats, N. Y.: (1240) 

2451 1. Henry Hazard Smith, born Nelson Flats, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1834; a 



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manufacturer of doors and sashes; married at ^Newark, N. J., Jan. I, 
1857, Anna Louisa Francisco. They moved to Lincoln, 111., and resided 
there in 1875. (4272) 

^452 2. Rinaldo Augustus Smith, born Nelson Flats Oct 14, 1837; a 

carpenter; married Dec 7, 1865, at Nelson, Elizabeth Ann Evans, born 
Jan. 26, 1837. They lived at Cazenovia, N. Y., in 1875. (4275) 

-2453 3- Josephine Emily Smith, born Newark, N. J., March 10, 1850; 

married at Fenner, Oct. 18, 1871, Judson E. Elden, born at Camden, N. Y. # 
May 15, 1848. They settled at Geddes, N. Y. (4278) 

Children of PERRY HAZARD and MARY ANN FISH SMITH, of 
New York and Chicago, 111.: (1241) 
2454 1. Perry Hazard Smith, born New York City Feb. 1, 1843; went to 

Hessville, Ind., and resided there in 1876. 
-2455 2. James Henry Smith, born Manchester, 111., Aug. 10, 1845 ; married 

at Chicago, Oct. 3, 1867, Dora Bielefeldt, and resided at Chicago. (4279) 

2456 3. Mary Louisa Smith, born Chicago, 111., Dec. 4, 1847 ; married there, 
July 16, 1866, Anthony H. Charlette, and resided in Chicago in 1876. 
(4281) 

2457 4. Rachel Caroline Smith, born Chicago Jan. 23, 1849; unmarried; 
resided in Chicago in 1876. 

Children of CHESTER S. and MARY ANN SMITH BATES, of Caze- 
novia, N. Y. : (1242) 

2458 1. Harriet Florence Bates, born Nelson, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1843, and died 
at Hamilton, N. Y., in April, 1859. 

2459 2. Catharine Gertrude Bates, born at Cazenovia Feb. 13, 1853; died 
there March 21, 1856. 

2460 3. George Emilius Bates, born Cazenovia Dec. 3, 1857. 

.2461 4. John Edward Bates, born Cazenovia Feb. 12, 1865; died there 

Sept. 26, 1865. 

Children of THEODORE and HARRIET LOUISE SMITH MEAD,* 
of Nelson and Perryville, N. Y. : (1243) 

2462 1. Josephine Hortense Mead, born Nelson Nov. 7, 1848; married at 
Perryville, May 30, 1871, Llewellyn Walworth Paddock. He died at 
Huron, N. Y., in January, 1876. (1243) 

2463 2. Benjamin Rush Mead, born Nelson Oct. 5, 1850; a physician and 
surgeon, graduated at the University of the City of New York in Febru- 
ary, 1873; married at Perryville, N. Y., Oct 28, 1874, Ida D. Blakeslee. 
They settled at Perryville. He died there in 1889. (4284) 

7464 3. Napoleon Bonaparte Mead, born Nelson Feb. 22, 1852, and died 

at Cazenovia, N. Y., March 12, 1876. 

2465 4. Harriet Bell Mead, born at Perryville March 1, 1862, and died there 
Dec 31, 1862. 

2466 5. Lulu Bell Mead, born at Perryville Nov. 3, 1864, and died there 
JFeb. 10, 1866. 

Children of ASA and SARAH ST. JOHN KEELER RACE, of Jack- 
sonville, Fla. : (1243I1) 
2466a 1. Charles Keeler Race, born Cheraw, S. C, Dec. 4, 1863. 

2466b 3. Laura Amanda Race, born Cheraw, S. C, July 2, 1866, and died 

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2466c 3. Samuel David Race, born Cheraw, S. C, July 16, 1868, and died 

there Sept. 26, 1868. 
2466d 4. Mattie Elizabeth Race, born Cheraw, S. C, Aug. 28, 1870; resided 

at Jacksonville, Fla., in 1895. 
2466e 5. Frederick Alvin Race, born Cheraw, S. C, Jan. 15, 1874; resided 

at Jacksonville, Fla., in 1895. 
2466f 6. Herbert B. Race, born Cheraw, S. C, July 20, 1875; resided at 

Jacksonville, Fla., in 1895. 
2466g 7. Sadie St. John Race, born Cheraw, S. C, Nov. 24, 1882; resided 

at Jacksonville, Fla., in 1895/ 

Children of SAMUEL S. and MARY J. JUNE KEELER: (1243J) 
2466I1 1. John Everett Keeler, born Feb. 26, 1856; married Oct. 14, 1885, 

Harriet Alice Home. (4288a) 
24661 2. Edith Egerton Keeler, born Jan. 22, 1859. 

Children of Rev. NEILL and LAURA A. KEELER McDONALD. of 
Robeson and Cumberland County, N. C. : ( I243g) 
2466J 1. Samuel Keeler McDonald, born in Moor County, N. G, in Octo- 

ber, 1850. He died at Fayetteville in 1858. 
2466k 2. John C. McDonald, born in Robeson County, N. C. y in March, 

1854, and died there in 1855. 
2466I 3. Willie McDonald, born Robeson, N. C, m November, 1855; 

married Sept. 20, 1887, Sarah Armour, and resided at Richmond, Ark., 

in 1895. (4288b) 
2466m 4. Eddie McDonald, born Cumberland County, N. C, in February, 

1858; married Bittie Hall, and resided at Homer, Tex., in 1895. 
246611 5. Leighton McDonald, born Cumberland County, N. C, in June, 

1861 ; married Bettie Pankake, and resided at Turner's, Tex. 

Children of ELISHA and HANNAH ROCKWELL HURLBURT, 
of Cornwall, Vt. : (1245) 

2467 1. Samantha Hurlburt, born Cornwall, Vt., April 3, 1805; died (date 
not known). 

2468 2. Lydia Hurlburt, born Cornwall, Vt, March 25, 1807; married at 
East Cornwall, Jan. 1, 1829, Jason Jones, a farmer, born at West Corn- 
wall Jan. 23, 1808. They were living there in 1877. She died in January, 
1893. (4286) 

2469 3. Julius Hurlburt, born Cornwall, Vt., March 14, 1809; a farmer; 
married at Ripton, Vt., Nov. 29, 1831, LOIS FULLER, born there April 
20, 1812. They lived in Cornwall till 1873, then moved to Havilah, CoL, 
and resided there in 1876. (4293) 

2470 4. Betsey Hurlburt, born Cornwall, Vt, Oct. 1, 181 1. 

2471 5. Samuel Hurlburt, born Cornwall, Vt. 

2472 6. Edwin Hurlburt, born Cornwall, Vt. 

Children of JARED and ANNA ROCKWELL WARNER, of Com- 
wall, Vt.: (1246) 

2473 1. HORACE WARNER, bcrn Cornwall Dec. 11, 1804; a fanner; 
married at Shoreham, Feb. 22, 1827, LAURA COOPER, daughter of 
Lester and Sarah Snow Cooper, of Shoreham, Vt., where she was born 
Dec. 3, 1805. They died and were buried at Dexter, Mich. She died 
July 12, 1873 ; he died April 22, 1876. (4300) 



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2474 2. WILLIS WARNER, born Rutland, Vt., March 15, 1807; married 
at Orwell, Dec. 2, 1828, Betsey Beebe, widow of Simeon Spaulding, of 
Orwell. They resided at Sylvan, Mich*. She died at Sylvan Sept. 27, 
1865. He died there Oct. 19, 1881. (4305) 

2475 3- LUCY ANN WARNER, born Rutland, Vt, Sept. 10, 1809; 
married at Shoreham, March 14, 1833, AMOS W. DAVIS, a farmer, son 
of Amos and Mary Farr Davis. He was born at Chesterfield, N. H., 
June 24, 1807. He died at Sylvan, Mich., in 1862. She resided at Jack- 
son, Mich., in 1893. (4310) 

2476 4. DENNIS WARNER, born Rutland, Vt, May 17, 1812; a mer- 
chant; married at Sylvan Feb. 1, 1835, first, HARRIET N. WINES, born 
at Addison, Vt, Jan. 28, 1817, and died at Dexter, Mich., April 28, 1847. 
He married, second, Widow Martha Ann Murdock Ellis, born at Farm- 
ingham, Mass., Jan. 20, 1825. She was killed by the cars as she at- 
tempted to cross the track near Dexter, Mich., March 20, 1887. He 
resided at Dexter in 1893. (431 1) 

2476a 5. ANNA WARNER, born Rutland, Vt., March 12, 1815; married 

in June, 1836, LUCIUS L. COOPER, a farmer, son of Dea. Lester and 
Sarah Snow Cooper, of Shoreham, where he was born Feb. 25, 1808. She 
died at Lima, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1862. No children. 

2477 6. JARED WARNER, born Rutland, Vt, Nov. 3, 1817; a Methodist 
minister, having been ordained a deacon by the Michigan Annual Con- 
ference of the Methodist Protestant Church at Rice Creek, Mich., Oct. 
5, 1850, and by the same Conference he was ordained an elder, Oct. 10, 
1854, and engaged actively in ministerial work until superannuated in 
1882. He married at Lima, Mich., Nov. 3, 1840, Azubah A. Gage, 
daughter of Horace and Sarah Triner Gage, of Lima. She was born 
at Benton, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1820. They were living at Clio, Mich., in 
1894. (4315) 

Children of DAVID and REBECCA ROCKWELL SPERRY, of 
Batavia, 111.: (1247) 

Two daughters and a son were born at Malone, N. Y., and died 
in infancy. 

2478 4. David Sperry, born Malone, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1814, and died March 

7, 1823. 

2479 5. Rebecca Matilda Sperry, born Malone, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1817; mar- 
ried Sept. 15, 1842, Piatt R. Staples. She died July 12, 1846. 

2480 6. Elizabeth B. Sperry, born Malone Sept. 29, 1821; never married; 
died at Malone in 1865. 

2481 7. David Rockwell Sperry, born Malone May 26, 1825 ; married Sept 
11, 1851, Maria L. Edsall, and settled at Batavia, 111., where he was the 
president of the North Aurora, 111., Iron Works in 1894. (4320) 

2482 8. Lydia Sperry, born Malone Oct. 9, 1828; married Jan. 9, 1847, 
P. R. Staples. She died at Portage, Wis., in 1864. 

Children of IRA and CHLOE ROCKWELL SPAULDING, of Malone, 
N. Y.:(I248) 

2483 1. ALONZO SPAULDING, born Malone, N. Y., March 17, 1808, 
and died May 17, 1808. 

2484 2. IRA SPAULIDNG, Jr., born Malone; a farmer; married at 
Shoreham, Jan. 1, 1834. Phebe E. Wines, daughter of Mahlon and Ann 
Morrison Wines, of Morristown, N. J. She died about 1840, at Sylvan, 



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Mich. He married, second, at Sharon, Mich., Widow Lucinda Sperry 
Crafts. He died at Grass Lake, Mich., Jan. 15, 1848. (4328) 

2485 3. MATILDA SPAULDING, born Malone Oct. 7, 1815; married in 
1831, TRUMAN T. LAWRENCE, a farmer. She died at Grass Lake, 
Oct. 14, 1846. No children. 

2486 4. AUGUSTUS N. SPAULDING, born Malone Aug. 6, 1823; a 
fanner; married at Sharon, Nov. 21, 1844, Lucina Maria Crafts, daughter 
of William F. and Lucina Sperry Crafts. She was born at Middlebury, 
Vt., May 11, 1825, and died at Grass Lake Jan. 30, 1855. He married, 
second, Aug. 31, 1855, Christiana Hayes, born Sept. 28, 1834, and resided 
at Hartford, Mich. He died Aug. 9, 1894. (4332) 

2487 5- LUCINA SOPHRONIA SPAULDING, born Malone Dec. 2, 
1825; married Nov. 18, 1846, at Grass Lake, Edward K. Crafts, a farmer, 
son of William and Lucina Crafts. He was born at Middlebury, Vt., 
May 21, 1823. They resided at Hartford, Mich. (4339) 

2488 6. WARREN SPAULDING, born Malone Aug. 13, 1828; married 
at Grass Lake, March 25, 1850, Sophia Robinson, born at Swanton, Vl, 
May 25, 1830. She died April 5, 185 1, and he married, second, SepL 26, 
1851, HARRIET ANN DRAKE, daughter of Noah and Ann Nobles 
Drake, of Rochester, N. Y., where she was born April 2, 1835. She 
died at Jackson, April 5, 1865. He married, third, Aug. 25, 1865, Sarah 
Ann Eaton, born at Sumpter, Mich., April 18, 1835. They resided at 
Hartford. (4343) 

Children of JOHN and ANGELINA SPERRY ROCKWELL, of 
Cornwall, Vt. : (1249) 

2489 1. SYLVESTER B. ROCKWELL, bom Cornwall Jan. 15, 1813; 
married at Shoreham, Jan. 29, 1839, ELIZABETH DELONG,, born Jan. 
8, 1818. He has been a class leader and local preacher of the Methodist 
Church since 1830, and resided at Middlebury, Vt., where he died March 
24, 1884. (4348) 

2490 2. SIMEON S. ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Nov. 21, 1815; a 
farmer; married, first, Jan. 1, 1837, Mary Beulah* H. Jones, daughter of 
Amsi and Hepzibah Harvey Jones, born Nov. 22, 1817. She died March 
10, 1869. He married, second, June 8, 1874, at Keeler, Mich., Lucy Maria 
Brickell, and resided at Cornwall in 1892. (4351) 

2491 3. JOHN SANFORD ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Jan. 7. 1822, 
and died there Jan. 28, 1831. 

Child of JOHN and Widow ADELINE WALLACE (Barber) ROCK- 
WELL, of Cornwall, Vt: (1249) 

2492 1. JOHN WALLACE ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Sept. 1. 1845, 
and died June 7, 1863. 

Children of MOSES and RHODA SPAULDING ROCKWELL, of 
Shoreham, Vt.: (1250) 

2493 1. AURELIA ROCKWELL, born Shoreham March 5. 1813; mar- 
ried at Gainesville, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1832, DAVID BURROWS, a shoe- 
maker and farmer, born May 16, 1810. She died at Franklinville July 9, 
1855. He resided at Franklinville, N. Y. (4353) 

2494 2. ELECTA ROCKWELL, born Shoreham Oct. 8, 1815; married 
Aug. 26, 1830, Preston Cargill, a farmer, born Jan. 6, 1810. They died 
at Sparta, Wis.— she Nov. 3, 1863; he Feb. 23, 1866. (4358) 



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2495 3- HARRIET ROCKWELL, born Nov. 23, 1818; married in Penn- 
sylvania, George W. Young, and died in 1850. (4365) 

2496 4. REUBEN ROCKWELL, born June 14, 1820, and died in Sep- 
tember, 1844. 

Children by his second wile, HANNAH BURROUGHS ROCKWELL: 
(1250) 

2497 5. PATIENCE B. ROCKWELL, born Shoreham Oct. 11, 1822; 
married at New Albion, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1845, Lyman Slocum, a farmer, son 
of William and Elizabeth Sheldon Slocum, of Edimeston, N. Y., where 
he was born May 6, 1818. They moved to Pennsylvania, but returned 
and resided at Ischua, N. Y. (4368) 

2498 6. HENRY ROCKWELL, born Gainesville, N. Y, Sept. 18, 1836; a 
farmer; married at Ischua, April 25, 1849, Elizabeth Adelia Dalaba, 
daughter of Solomon and Mary Burroughs Dalaba, of Angelo, Wis. She 
was born at Gainesville March 27, 1829, and died at Little Falls, Wis., 
July 19, 1874. He resided at Little Falls, Wis. (4371) 

2499 7- REBECCA ROCKWELL, born Gaintsville, N. Y., July 20, 1828; 
married at Cadiz, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1851, Ira McCollister, a farmer, born 
Dec 18, 1823, and resided at Sparta, Wis. (4375) 

2500 8. HANNAH ROCKWELL, born Gainesville, N. Y., March 22, 
1830; married at Franklinville, in March, 1852, Oscar Gilson McClure. 
They settled at Sparta, and there died — he Dec 31, 1854, and she of 
typhoid fever March 18, 1868. 

2501 9. MOSES ROCKWELL, Jr., born Gainesville, N. Y, Aug. 28, 1831 ; 
a farmer; married May 4, i860, Mary Jeanette Dalaba, sister of his 
brother Henry's wife. She was born July 18, 1842. They settled at 
Castile, N. Y., and afterwards resided at Little Falls, Wis. (4377) 

2502 10. LAURA ROCKWELL, born at Pike, N. Y., in November, 1835, 
and died at Franklinville June 28, 1854. 

2503 11. ELI FRANK ROCKWELL, born Franklinville April 9, 1838; a 
farmer; married at Rushford, N. Y., April 18, 1856, Arvilla Hatch, 
daughter of Charles C. and Ann Knapp Hatch, of Ischua, where she 
was born June 27, 1845. He enlisted at Sparta, Wis., March 16, 1862, in 
Co. I, 6th Regiment Wis. Vol. Infantry, and was discharged for dis- 
ability Feb. 10, 1863. He enlisted again at Ischua, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1864, 
in Co. D, 13th Regiment N. Y. Heavy Artillery, and was discharged at 
Washington, D. C, Aug. 24, 1865. They resided at Kingsville, O., in 
J876, and were living at Hinsdale, N. Y, in 1892. (4381) 

Children of ELI and CHARLOTTE FORD ROCKWELL, of Waterloo, 
Mich.: (1251) 

2504 I. Charlotte Rockwell, born in Vermont Feb. 28, 1814; married Aug. 
23, 1841, William Sharp; died in 1879. 

2505 2. Truman Rockwell, born in Vermont, April 9, 1816; married 
Phebe Drake, and died at Albion, Mich., Feb. 14, 1888. 

2506 3. John Rockwell, born Franklinville, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1824; married, 
first, March 22, 1847, Lucy Burget; second, Jane Mclntyre; resided at 
Unadilla, N. Y., in 1892. 

2507 4. Sarah Rockwell, born Franklinville Aug. 8, 1828; married George 
Randolph, and resided at Munich, Mich., in 1892. 

2508 5. Matilda Rockwell, born Franklinville, March 23, 1830; married 
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Children of DAVID W. and ABI ROCKWELL (daughter of John and 
Rebecca Ives Rockwell) SPAULDING, of Orwell, Vt 1(1253) 

2509 1. MARIETTE SPAULDING, born Orwell, Vt., March 17, 1824; 
married at Sylvan, Mich., April 29, 1844, William Storrs Crafts, son of 
William F. and Lucinda Sperry Crafts, of Sharon, Mich. They settled 
at Sharon, where she died June 5, 1848. (4392) 

2510 2. ELI SPAULDING, born Orwell, Vt, Feb. 15, 1826; married at 
Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 1, 1854, ISABELLA SPENCER. He died, and 
was buried at Lima, Mich., Sept. 26, 1865, (4393) 

251 1 3- SAMANTHA ANN SPAULDING, born Shorehara May i8> 
1828; married at Sylvan, Mich., Jan. 12, 1848, Erastus Allen. They 
settled at Dexter, where she died Dec. 6, 1848. 

2512 4. LUCY REBECCA SPAULDING, born Shoreham May 7, 1830; 
married at Chelsea, Mich., Dec. 25, 1856, Luman Shepard, a farmer, born 
at Skaneateles, N. Y., June 17, 1819. She resided at Olivet, Mich., in 
1892, and died at Winona, Minn., Nov. 10, 1893. (4394) 

2513 5- EMILY MARIE SPAULDING, born Dexter, Mich. f Dec 19, 
1832; married in May, 1856, Orrin T. Parker, and settled at Dexter; 
resided at Scio, Mich., in 1892. (4395) 

2514 6. DENNIS ALMERON SPAULDING, born Dexter, Mich, May 
14, 1835; married Feb. 16, i860, ELIZABETH UPDIKE, and settled at 
Sylvan, Mich. ; later moved to Chelsea, and resided there in 1896. (4397) 

Children of SILAS, son of Jeremiah and Anna Stearns Rockwell, and 
BERTHENA ANDREWS ROCKWELL, of Rutland, Vt 1(1254) 

2515 1. JEREMIAH ROCKWELL, born Rutland Feb. 20, 1802; a tanner 
and currier; married at Howard, Pa, April 19, 1826, Susanna Bitner, 
born at Howard Oct. 28, 1806. They settled at Canton, Pa, where he died 
Dec. 27, 1856. (4406) 

2516 2. JULIA ANN ROCKWELL, born June 11, 1804; married at 
Charleston, Pa, Jan. 4, 1824, as his second wife, Roswell Bailey, a 
farmer, born in Massachusetts Dec. 25, 1782. They settled at Charleston, 
where she died March 3, 1850. (4418) 

2517 3. MARY ANN ROCKWELL, born May 9, 1807; married Nov. 30, 
1828, Oliver Elliott, a farmer of Charleston, Pa, who was born at Port- 
land, Me, May 13, 1805. She died at Richmond, Pa, Feb. 2, 1847, and he 
married, second, Widow Julia Ann Rockwell Bailey, who died, and he 
married, third, Maria Harkness, and was living at Mansfield, Pa, in 
1891. (4424) 

2518 4. NORMAN ROCKWELL, born Richmond, Vt, May 29, 1809; a 
shoemaker; married at Charleston, Pa, Feb. 17, 1831, SOPHIA W. 
ELLIOTT. They settled at Covington, Pa, and were living there in 
1876. (4432) 

2519 5. ADONIRAM ROCKWELL, born Jan. 19, 1812; a millwright; 
married Hannah Watkins, and died May 5, 1852. (4435) 

2520 6. HARRIET A. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Sept. 21, 1814; 
married at Charleston, Pa, Oct. 2, 1832, Selden Ely, born Charlestown, 
N. H, Sept. 22, 1810. They settled at Charleston, Pa, where he died 
June 2, 1853. She married, second, May 15, 1864. TILLEY MAR- 
VIN, a farmer, who died May 25, 1864. She married, third, John 
Marvin (brother of Tilley Marvin), who was born Feb. 2, 1783, and died 
July 2, 1866. She married, fourth June 6, 1872, at East Charleston, Pa, 
Seth Clark, born Aug. 9, 1799, and died at Round Top, Pa, May 3, 1873, 
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Children of JEREMIAH and ANNA COBURN ROCKWELL, of 
Jericho, Vt.: (1255) 

2521 1. ALEXANDER C. ROCKWELL, born Jericho, Vt, Nov. 14, 1803; 
a farmer and hotel keeper; married at Salt Creek, O., Sept. 30, 1823, 
CATHARINE MILLER, born Feb. 9, 1803. After living at sundry 
places in Ohio, they settled at Clovedale, Ind., and resided there at last 
account. (4443) 

2522 2. PARISH V. ROCKWELL, born Jericho, Vt., July 30, 1806; a 
miller; married June 28, 1832, at Paint, O., to Ann Eliza Foreman, who 
was born at Washington, Pa., April 15, 1812. He was one of the pro- 
prietors of the Eagle Flouring Mill at Finlay, O., in 1876, with residence 
at that place. (4452) 

2523 3. MILO S. ROCKWELL, born Leicester, Vt., Aug. 6, 1808; a 
farmer; married at Franklin, O., Nov. 2, 1837, HARRIET WORLEY. 
She was born in Pennsylvania, Nov. 14, 1814, and died at Bridgewater, 
O., Feb. 19, 1857. He married, second, Dec. 17, 1857, Widow JULIA 
ANN BLOOD McKILVEY, born July 12, 1825. He lived at Franklin, 
Bridgewater and Harrison, O., and resided at last account at Findlay, 
Ohio. (4464) 

2524 4. JEREMIAH E. ROCKWELL, born Cornwall, Vt., Sept. 29, 1810, 
and died in childhood at Prairie, O., Aug. 5, 1821, aged 10 years, 10 
months and 6 days. 

2525 5. CHARLES ROCKWELL, born Cornwall, Vt., Oct. 16, 1812; a 
farmer; married at Berlin, O., Nov. 12, 1835, MARY ANN MARQUIS, 
born at Cross Creek Village, Pa., Jan. 3, 18 16, and died at Zanesville, O., 
Aug. 10, 1867. He married, second, July 24, 1870, at Spencer, Ind. r 
Widow ELIZABETH RILEY Altman, born at Felicity, O., Jan. 19, 1832. 
He has served the town of Cambridge City, Ind., as postmaster, sheriff 
and justice of the prace, and was still living there at last account. (4466) 

2526 6. JAMES M. ROCKWELL, born Newport, R. I., April 16, 1817; 
married at Salt Creek, O., Nov. 19, 1839, Matilda Worley, who was born 
there June 22, 1817. She died at Bloomfield, Ind., Jan. 10, 1846, and he 
married, second, March 4, 1848, at Middlebury, Ind., ANN ELIZA 
WILLIAMSON, bom at Page Brook, Chenango County, N. Y., April 
2^ f 1823. They settled for six years in Indiana, then moved to Sua 
Prairie, Wis., and he was living at Union Centre, Wis., where he died, 
Sept. 6, 1893. She resided at Marshall, Wis., in 1894. (4477) 

2527 7. ALBERT M. ROCKWELL, born Prairie, O., July 21, 1822, and 
died on the overland route to California, July 14, 1852, and was buried by 
the wayside by his comrades, in the Green River country. 

Children of CHESTER and LAURA PARKHILL ROCKWELL, of 
Parishville, N. Y. : (1257) 

2528 1. MARY ROCKWELL, born Parishville, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1813, and 
died there July 22, 1827. 

2529 2. LORINDA ROCKWELL born Parishville Nov. 18, 1814; mar- 
ried there. Feb. 22, 1836, EBENEZER HULBURD, a merchant, born 
at Stockholm, N. Y., May 19, 1812. They were living at Duluth, Minn., 
at last account. (4479) 

2530 3. MARTHA ROCKWELL, born Parishville Feb. 28, 181 7, and 
died March 18. 181 7. 

2531 4. SILAS ROCKWELL, born Parishville March 9, 1819; mafried 
in February, 1852, at Shoreham, Vt,. Cornelia Booth, and he died May 
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2532 5. LAURA MARIA ROCKWELL, born Parishville March 19, 1822; 
married there, May 20, 1846, NOAH D. LAWRENCE, M. D., a physi- 
cian, born at Hopkinton, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1822. They moved in 1868 to 
Council Bluffs, la., where he was elected mayor of that city, and was 
living there at last accounts. (4483) 

2533 6. CKLOE ROCKWELL, born Feb. 15, 1825, and died there, 1846. 

Children of DANIEL and CLARINDA WARD ROCKWELL, of 
Cornwall, Vt., and Hokkinton, N. Y.: (1258) 

2534 1- FIDELIA P. ROCKWELL, born t Cornwall, Vt, Sept. 29, 1809; 
married Aug. 17, 1828, at the Congregational Church at Morristown, Vt., 
by her father, the pastor, to LUTHER S. BINGHAM, a bookseller and 
stationer at Morristown, where he was born April 13, 1807. After living 
at Morristown and Stowe, Vt., they moved to New York City, and from 
there, in 1856, to Sparta, Wis., where she died Jan. 1, 1881, and he was 
living at last account. (4485) 

2535 2. SARAH S. ROCKWELL, born Parishville, N. Y., March 9, 1814; 
married at Morristown, Vt., March 4, 1831, by her father, to Abel F. 
Jones, a farmer, born at Rochester, Vt., Aug. 19, 1801. They moved 
to Chicago, 111., in 1853, and she died at 89 South Peoria street, Sept. 8, 
1857. He went to Lyons, la., where he was living at last account. (4491) 

2336 3. ALSINA JANE ROCKWELL, born Hopkinton, N. Y., Aug. 7, 

1816; married at Williamstown, Vt., March 24, 1835, ISAAC W. JONES, 
a farmer, born at Rochester, Vt., July 2, 1806. She died at South Bend, 
Ind., May 8, 1874. He went to Hampton, Minn. (4496) 

2537 4- CLARINDA W. ROCKWELL, born Parishville, N. Y., June 7. 
1818; married at Freedom, O., Jan. 10, 1837, Corydon O. Arnold, a 
farmer. After living at Freedom and Meadeville, O., and Ravenna, O., 
they settled at Wellsville, O., where they were living at last accounts. 
(4502) 

2538 5. HARRIET EMELINE ROCKWELL, born at Cornwall, Vt., 
Sept. 17. 1820; married at Elk Grove, 111., July 4, 1842, by her father, to 
JONATHAN C. GOULD, a farmer, born near Boston, Mass., in 1814, 
son of Daniel and Sarah Gould. He died at Elk Grove in August, 1847. 
She married, second, in 1848, at Morris. 111., DANIEL WILSON, a 
farmer, born at Bolton, Vt., Feb. 10, 1808. They lived at Elk Grove and 
Hastings, Minn., and also at Harrison, Minn., where they were at last 
accounts. (4505 and 4507) 

2539 6. LOYAL M. ROCKWELL, born Cornwall, Vt., Nov. 27 , 1825; 
married in 1849, at Morris, 111., and settled there, and afterward moved 
to Chicago, 111., where he died Sept. 6, 185 1. No further account of his 
family. 

2540 7. LUCY H. ROCKWELL, born Morristown. Vt., July 2, 1826; 
married at Chicago, 111., Horace Skinner Miner, a journalist of Waitsfield, 
Vt., where he was born June 15, 1820. He died of consumption, July 6, 
1849, at Elk Grove, 111. She married, second, Sept. 12. 1850, at Chicago, 
Archibald Ridell, a bookkeeper, born at Paisley, Scotland, Dec. 23, 1823. 
They were living at Oak Park, 111., at last accounts. (451 1) 

2541 8. MARY LORAIN ROCKWELL, born at Salisbury, Vt., Jan. 2, 
1832; married at Elk Grove. 111., May 26, 1847, JACOB T. BUCKLEY, a 
physician, subsequently a hardware merchant. He was born at Perm 
Yan, N. Y., July 21. 1821. They settled first at Beloit. Wis., and in 1854 
moved to Dubuque, la., and later to Oberlin, O., where she died Dec. 18, 
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Children of SETH and NANCY ROCKWELL PUTNAM, of Hopkin- 
ton, N. Y. : (1259) 

2542 1. CYNTHIA MARIA PUTNAM, born at Hopkinton Feb. 4, 1814; 
married there, Nov. 2, 1838, PARKER W. ROSE, and settled at Parish- 
ville, N. Y., where she died in February, 1852. He was a Member of 
Assembly of New York State in 1852 and 1853. 

2543 2. LEWIS HOLDEN PUTNAM, born Hopkinton May 14, 1815; he 
died unmarried, Aug. 25, 1840, at Hopkinton. 

2544 3. SETH, ROCKWELL PUTNAM, born Hopkinton, N. Y., March 
2, 1817; a farmer; married there March 20, 1843, MARTHA JANE 
BARBER, born at Benson, Vt., May 17, 1822. They settled at Hopkin- 
ton. He died on the voyage from Panama to San Francisco, May 25,. 
1850, and was buried at sea. (4521) 

2545 4. MARY PHILENA PUTNAM, born Hopkinton, N. Y., May 2, 
1821 ; married there, in December, 1845, LUCIUS NICHOLS, a Baptist 
minister. She died at Antwerp, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1846. 

2546 5- LUCINDA CATHARINE PUTNAM, born Hopkinton, N. Y.„ 
Jan. 14, 1824; married at Parishville, N. Y., June 17, 1847, David M. 
Hoi den, a farmer. They settled at Fort Covington, N. Y., where he 
died, Oct 17. 1852. She married, second, Jan. 3, i86r, SIDNEY 
BRIGGS. They resided at Hopkinton, N. Y., at last accounts. (4523) 

2547 6. AMELIA RUTH PUTNAM, born Hopkinton, N. Y., Nov. 10, 
1828; married there, Oct. 15, 1856, HORACE HOOKER CLARK, a* 
farmer, born at Dundee, Canada, July 22, 1831. They settled at Dundee, 
and moved tq Metamora, Mich. (4526) 

2548 7. ISRAEL AUGUSTUS PUTNAM, born Hopkinton, N. Y., Jan. 5, 
183 1 ; married there, in 1853, Jane R. Corwin. He died at Ithaca, Mich.,, 
while visiting friends there. No children. 

Children of WILLIAM and LUCY ROCKWELL WESTGATE, of 
Wisconsin: (1264) 

2549 1. Joseph Westgate. He is dead. 

2550 2. William Westgate; was living in Wisconsin the last heard from r 
in 1874. 

2551 3. Lydia Westgate; married Allen; lived in Wisconsin in 1874. 

2552 4. Lucy Westgate ; married Gould ; lived in Wisconsin in 1874. 

2553 5. Mary Westgate; married Mead; residence unknown. 

Children of REUBEN and EMELINE SAWYER ROCKWELL, of 
Cornwall, Vt.: (1265) 
2553a 1. EVELINE BERENGER ROCKWELL, born Cornwall, Vt, Oct. 
18, 1832; married at Lyons, Wis., April 16, 1851, Hilton W. Boyce, M. D., 
of Geneva, Wis., a physician. He died Dec. 5, 1875. She lived at 
Geneva Lake. She married, second, E. B. Newell, M. D., and resided at 
Waterford, Wis., in 1891. 

Children of REUBEN and (his second wife) CLARISSA BAKER 
ROCKWELL, of Cornwall, Vt: (1265) 

2554 2. REUBEN ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Dec. 1, 1837, and died 
Dec 9, 1837. 

2555 3. FRANCIS MALABY ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Dec 5, 1838; 
married at Delevan, Wis., Dec. 5, 1865, HELEN KENDRICK. He was 
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North Dakota. They were living in Chicago in 1876, and he died at 
Kankakee, 111., April 9, 1887. His widow resided at Oak Park, I1L, in 
1891. (4527) 

2556 4. ALDIS LOVELL ROCKWELL, born Cornwall Nov. 18, 1840; 
a lawyer and graduate of the Albany Law School. He was a professor 
in a law school at Chicago. He served in the war, in 1861 ; married 
Oct. 22, 1890, Marguerite Coult, and resided at San Francisco, CaL, 
in 1891. 

2557 5- HARVVIN ORSON ROCKWELL, born Lyons, Wis., June 27, 
1849. He graduated in medicine at Middlebury College, Vt, and married 
March 15, 1887, Margaret E. Campbell; resided at Chicago, III, in 1891. 
No children. 

Child of ORSON and LUCY BALCH FLETCHER ROCKWELL, of 
Boston, Mass. : ( 1266) 

2558 1. Henrietta Elizabeth Rockwell, born Boston, Mass., Sept 2, 1838; 
married at Mobile, Ala.. April 10, 1872, Bloomer Hart Austin, of Atlanta, 
Ga., born at Apalachicola, Fla., Jan. 31, 1847. They were living at Atlanta 
in 1875. He died at Atlanta, and she resided at 407 Whitehall street, in 
that city, in 1892. (4532) 

Children of CYRUS S. and MARY ANN E. BAKER ROCKWELL, of 
East Dickinson, N. Y.: (1267) 

2559 1. Louisa R. Rockwell, born East Dickinson, June 24, 1872; further 
history not obtained. 

2560 2. Baker Chester Rockwell, born East Dickinson Aug. 1, 1874; 
further history not obtained. 

Children of WILLIAM H. and ABILENE E. VICTORIA ROCKWELL 
BLANCH ARD: (1268) 

2561 1. Harriet Luseba Blanchard, born West Bangor, N. Y., Oct. 18, i860; 
married James E. Griffith. They have a daughter, Evelyn, born Nov. 
27, 1902. 

2562 2. Alice Abilene Blanchard, born West Bangor April 27, 1869; 
drowned there June 9, 1871. 

2563 3. Wallace J. Blanchard, born West Bangor April 7, 1872. 

Children of SAMUEL and PHEBE ROCKWELL BROWN, of Addison, 
Vt:(i269) 

2564 1. PAMELIA BROWN, born Addison, Vt, Sept 16, 1797; married 
there Aug. 5, 1828, DAVID A, CRANE, of Bridgeport, Vt, where they 
settled and died— she Oct 2, 1856. (4534) 

2565 2. DANIEL ROCKWELL BROWN, born Jericho, Vt, Dec 29, 
1798; married Dec. 7, 1820, PHEBE LEWIS, and settled at Canton, 
N. Y., where he died March 3, 1840. His widow moved to Berlin, 
Wis. (4536) 

2566 3. PHILEMON K. BROWN, bom Addison, Vt, Oct 11, 1801; a 
farmer; married Oct 22, 1826, UDILLA REYNOLDS, of Panton, where 
she was born Sept 9, 1806. She died at Addison, Feb. 4, 1835. He 
married, second, Dec. 22, 1835, Widow MARY ANN LOVE LYONS, 
born at Hinesburgh, Vt., Sept. 1, 1807. They settled at Potsdam, N. Y., 
and resided there at last accounts. (4544) 

2567 4. ISAAC SMITH BROWN, born Addison, Vt, April 29, 1803; a 



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carpenter; married there, Nov. 10, 1825, Anna Amanda Lewis, born at 
Rockaway, N. J., Jan. 19, 1805. They moved in 1850 to Oshkosh, 
Wis. (4546) 

2568 5. JAMES BROWN, born Cornwall, Vt, March 2, 1805; a farmer; 
married at Bridgeport, Vt., Dec. 25, 1828, Ursula Flanagan, born at Ver- 
gennes, Vt., July I3, 1805. They moved to Ithaca, N. Y., in 1868. (4548) 

2569 6. JASON B. BROWN, born Cornwall, Vt, March 1, 1807; a 
farmer; married, 1832, at Cornwall, Lois T. Scovel, born Cornwall. She 
died at Addison before 1856. He married, second, at Bridgeport, Sarah L. 
Barbour. They settled on the same farm which had been his home 
since 181 1. (4550 

2570 7. LUCY BROWN, born Cornwall May 11, 1809; married March 17, 
1830, Addison E. Colton, a farmer, born at Georgia, Vt., April 2, 1802. 
They moved in 1836 to China (Arcade Village), N. Y. (4554) 

2571 8. SILAS B. BROWN, born Addison Feb. 25, 181 1 ; died Oct 8, 1813. 

2572 9. MERCY BROWN, born Addison March 25, 1813 ; married Feb. 10, 
1833, at Addison, AHIRA SCOVEL, a tanner and shoemaker, born at 
Cornwall Feb. 16, 1808. They moved in 1835 to Vergennes, Vt, and 
resided there at last accounts. (4558) 

2573 10. LUCRETIA BROWN, born Addison June 6, 1816; married 
there Feb. 16, 1836, JOHN COBB COLTON, a farmer and woolen factor, 
born at Georgia, Vt, July 24, 1807. They settled at Arcade, where he 
died Sept. 7, 1874. (4560) 

2574 11. JARED RODNEY BROWN, born Addison May 7, 1818; mar- 
ried at Potsdam, in 1843, SARAH JEWETT. He refused to communi- 
cate any information of himself or family when applied for. 

Children of JONATHAN and ABIGAIL ROCKWELL WRIGHT, of 
Cornwall, Vt: (1270) 

2575 1. Benjamin Wright, born Cornwall; went with his parents to Ohio 
before 1840. 

2576 2. Bouton Wright, born Cornwall; married Monima Eastman, and 
resided at Burlington, O. 

2577 3. Wait Wright, born Cornwall ; settled at Burlington, O. 

2578 4. Phebe Wright, born Cornwall; moved with her parents to Bur- 
lington, O. 

2579 5. Mercy Wright, born Cornwall; moved with her parents to Bur- 
lington, O. 

2580 6. Jane Wright, born Cornwall, and died there (date not known). 

Children of ELI and HANNAH ROCKWELL PARSONS, of Colum- 
bia, Pa.: (1278) 

2581 1. ALLEN SILAS PARSONS, born Columbia, Pa., Sept 29, 1810; 
a farmer; married at Springfield, Pa., Jan. 8, 1834, ELIZA HARKNESS, 
born Feb. 18, 1810. She died at Columbia, Nov. 17, 1844. He married, 
second, at Towanda, Pa., Dec. 24, 1845, Mandana Taylor, born Sept. 30, 
1813. They resided on the same farm on which he was born, at Columbia, 
Pa., when last heard from. (4564 and 4568) 

2582 2. ALMIRA PARSONS, born Columbia, Pa., March 1, 1812; mar- 
ried there, March 12, 1838, to JOSEPH L. JONES, a farmer, born April 
1, 1817; moved to Smithfield, Pa., about 1848, and resided there at last 
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2583 3. CALVIN PARSONS, born Columbia, Pa., Feb. 1, 1813, and died 

there Feb. 16, 1815. 
3584 4. LUTHER PARSONS, born Columbia, Pa., Jan. 1, 1815; died 

there April 20, 1816. 

2585 5. OLIVE PARSONS, born Columbia, Pa., June 12, 1816; married 
there, March 19, 1845, WM. HENRY PIERCE, a carpenter, born at 
Bristol, R. 1., June 24, 1819. They settled at Smithfield, Pa., where she 
died July 12, 1858. (4574) 

2586 6. CYNTHIA PARSONS, born Columbia, Pa., Dec. 26, 1818; mar- 
ried there, in 1848, Henry C. Kelley, a lawyer of Towanda, Pa., and settled 
in Chicago, where she died, Nov. 17, 1858. (4580) 

2587 7. MINERVA PARSONS, born Columbia, Pa., March 3, 182 1 ; 
married Oct. 7, 1841, Thomas Jefferson Strait, a millwright, born at 
Columbia July 14, 1821. They settled at Williamsport, Pa., in 1858, and 
were living there in 1891. (4584) 

2588 8. EMELINE HANNAH PARSONS, born Columbia, Pa., Jan. 10, 
1829; married there, William Sherman, of Springfield. She died at 
Columbia in January, 1854. (4586) 

Children of ELIAS L. and MARY GRANTIER ROCKWELL, of 
Canton, Pa.: (1279) 

2589 1. ELISHA ROCKWELL, born Canton, Pa., June 28, 1812 ; a fanner ; 
married at Tioga, Pa., Oct. 27, 1836, FANNY CLARISSA PRATT, born 
Canton, Feb. 16, 1817. They were members of the Disciples Church at 
Canton, and lived there in 1892. He died May 17, 1892, aged 80 years, 
3 months, 18 days. (4587) 

2590 2. WILLIAM HARRISON ROCKWELL, born Canton Feb. 24, 
1814; a farmer; married at Armenia, Pa., Nov. 19, 1835, Sarah Caspar, 
who was born there March 14, 1815. They lived at Wellsburg, Va., and 
returned to Canton, where he died, Sept. 1, 1859. She married, second, 
John Jay Green, and settled at Armenia, Pa. (4594) 

2591 3- JACOB GRANTIER ROCKWELL, born Canton Feb. 12, 1817; 
a miller; married at Canton, May 10, 1838, Martha Caspar, born at 
Muncy, Pa., Sept. 15, 1816, and she died at Canton Sept. 22, 1839. He 
married, second, Sept. 5, 1842, at Armenia, Pa., Matilda J. Mason, born 
at Delhi, N. Y., May 26, 1823. They settled at Canton. He was a 
justice of the peace and a deacon of the Disciples Church for thirty 
years there. (4597) 

2592 4. ADONIRAM ROCKWELL, born Canton May 13, 1821 ; a farmer 
and miller; married at Canton, in June, 1842, Eliza Pratt, born at Canton 
April 8, 1821 ; were living at Union, Pa., when last heard from. (4605) 

Children of SAMUEL and BETSEY GRANTIER ROCKWELL, of 
Canton, Pa.: (1280) 

Note. — All the children, and nearly all the grandchildren, of Samuel 
and Betsey Rockwell were members of the Disciples Church at 
Canton, Pa. 

2593 1. SOPHIA ROCKWELL, born Canton Feb. 22, 1813; married 
Dec. 14, 1835, JOHN C. ROSE, a merchant, who was born Jan. 22, i8or. 
and died March 13, 1843. She married, second, SETH K. PORTER, a 
farmer. She died June 3, 1845, and was buried in the old cemetery at 
Canton. (4609) 

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there, Aug. 30, 1834, JOEL WOOD, a farmer, who was born at Smith- 
field, Pa., Dec. 10, 1810. They moved in September, 1846, to Palatine, 
111., where she died April 23, 1857. He moved in April, 1870, to 
Emporia, Kan. (461 1) 

2595 3- DIANA ROCKWELL, born Canton Oct. 13, 1818; married at 
Troy, Pa., Jan. 23, 1840, HARVEY HOLCOMB, a farmer, born at 
Leroy, Pa., May 29, 1816. (4620) 

2596 4. NANCY ROCKWELL, born Canton Feb. 3, 1822; married at 
Troy, Pa., May 14, 1840, William S. Baker, a physician, born in New 
York City Nov. 11, 1809. He graduated at Columbia College in 1827. 
They moved in 1868 to Topeka, Kan., where they were living when last 
heard from. (4630) 

2597 5- SAMANTHA ELIZABETH ROCKWELL, born Canton Dec. 2, 
1825; married there Nov. 4, 1846, Samuel T. Taylor, a farmer, born at 
Troy Nov. 7, 1821. After living at Troy and at Mclntyre, Pa., they moved 
in March, 1861, to Grover, Pa., where they were living when last heard 
from. (4633) 

2598 6. CHURCHILL SAMUEL ROCKWELL, born Canton Aug. 30, 
1827 ; died Feb. 23, 1851, "and was buried there. 

2599 7. ELI PARSON ROCKWELL, born Canton Feb. 7, 1830; mar- 
ried Nov. 23, 1854, at Newfield, N. Y., ROSINA E. KETCHAM, born 
there Aug. 29, 1834. She died Jan. 9, 1855, and he married, second, 
Jan. 16, 1856, at Canton, Mary Lodoiska Kellogg Wilson, widow of Ira 
Wilson, Jr. She was born at Towanda Dec. 22, 1829. They lived three 
years at Emporia, Kan., and returned in December, 1875, to Canton, 
where they were living when last heard from. He was postmaster of 
Alba from June 1, 1861, till 1865. (4638) 

2600 8. AMANDA MALVINA ROCKWELL, born Canton Aug. 28, 
1836; married there, Oct. 4, 1854, Leonard Lewis, a farmer, born at 
Canton March 4, 1830. They settled at Canton, and were living there 
when last heard from. (4641) 

Children of JOHN C. and HARRIET ANDRUS ROCKWELL, of 
Canton, Pa: (1281) 

2601 1. SYLVIA MARIA ROCKWELL, born Canton Feb. 8, 1817; 
married at LeRoy, Feb. 2, 1835, Orator Holcomb, a farmer, born at 
LeRoy May 29, 1810. They settled at LeRoy, and he died there, May 
19, 1886. She was living in 1892. (4643) 

2602 2. CLARISSA ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., March 14, 1819, and 
died aged 1 day. 

2603 3. JOHN ROCKWELL, born Columbia, Pa., Oct. 3, 1820, and died 
the same day. 

2604 4- HARRIET EMILY ROCKWELL, born Troy April 21, 1822; 
married at Granville, Pa., Feb. 27, 1845, JOHN P. BRUSH, a carpenter, 
born at Granville Sept. 24, 1824. She resided at Granville in 1891. He 
died there Oct. 25, 1877. (4&W ) 

2605 5- SAMUEL ALONZO ROCKWELL. (4652) born Troy, Pa., Aug. 
22, 1825; a farmer and teacher, having taught school eighteen winters, 
from his eighteenth to his fortieth year; married at LeRoy, Pa., Oct. 11, 
1840, by Orator Holcomb, Esq., to Hannah Holcomb, daughter of Eli 
and Harriet Bailey Holcomb, of LeRoy, where she was born Oct. 3, 1832. 
They settled at LeRoy, and lived there nearly a year, then moved to 
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filled offices of trust and responsibility in the town, and has also been 
mercantile appraiser for Bradford County, Pa. An extract from a 
private letter tells of a family reunion, consisting of the descendants of 
Samuel and Hannah Lassell Rockwell, formerly of Lanesborough, Mass., 
Cornwall, Vt., and Crown Point, N. Y., moving to Troy, Pa., in 1804. 
They built a log cabin, where she died twenty-one years afterward. In 
1847 their descendants, to the number of 113, assembled at Canton to 
visit the old homestead, which was reported at the time by the Bradford 
Reporter, Sept. 25, 1847. The said extract speaks of another reunion 
held in 1888 on the very spot where that first log cabin was built, in the 
old orchard, now the property of Jacob G. Rockwell, which was attended 
by about 300 of the descendants of the said Samuel and Hannah Rock- 
well, besides many friends and neighbors. All united in pronouncing it 
a most enjoyable occasion. A local paper, at the time, in speaking of 
this reunion held in 1888, said: 

The annual gathering of the above family was held August 25 last, on 
the farm now owned by Jacob G. Rockwell. The meeting was in many 
respects memorable, it being exactly forty-one years that day when a 
similar meeting was held on the same ground, and forty-one of the 
number present were able to attend this reunion of 1888. After dinner 
President S. A. Rockwell called the meeting to order. Devotional exer- 
cises were conducted by Elder Gordinier. The president then gave some 
interesting particulars relating to the family. Samuel Rockwell came 
from Vermont in 1804, and settled on the farm where the meeting of 
1888 was held. He cut a road from Alba to this farm, a distance of two 
miles, in one day, built a house the second day, and moved into it the 
third day. At the reunion in 1847 he, with his nine sons, was present, as 
were also Luther Rockwell's nine sons. All of Luther Rockwell's sons 
were present at the meeting of '88. 

"Hon. Delos Rockwell, of Troy, in a short, eloquent speech, briefly 
sketched the history of the family. Henry and George Saxton, grand- 
children of S. A. Rockwell, furnished music; the Misses Frances and 
Mollie Rockwell recited poems, and Miss Emma L. Bush read an original 
poem, which is given below. Elder Frick concluded the exercises with 
appropriate remarks. The meeting adjourned to meet at Allen Parsons's, 
Columbia X Roads, September 29, 1889." 

miss bush's poem. 

Roll back the mists of eighty years, There flows a little stream. 

Increased by two times two, We look again and further see 

And let imagination bring The fruit of labor's hands, 

A simple sketch to view. For there beside the purling brook 

Tall forest trees a background make, A rude log cabin stands. 

And in their thick, cool shade 

The clumsy bear and bounding deer And peeping through the open door 

Their favorite haunts have made. We see, at close of day, 

The inmates of this humble home 
With spirits light and gay. 

A modest clearing next appears It is an honest farmer man 

Upon the woodland scene, Who, with his loving mate, 

And 'mong the stumps that thickly Came all the way across 'the hills 

stand From the Green Mountain State. 



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And here they stopped in forest wild 

To hew them out a home, 
To raise their food and have enough, 

For they were not alone. 
For since they saw their wedding day 

A half a score of boys, 
With maidens one to head the list, 

Were added to their joys. 

And here upon their frugal fare, 

Sweetened by honest toil; 
For cheerfully with spade and hoe 

They grubbed the virgin soil; 
Until at length to man's estate 

These sturdy lads had grown, 
And reaching out into the world 

Built new homes of their own. 

And there we leave them for a time 

To each pursue his way, 
Till one and forty years ago, 

Upon this very day; 
Again we take a passing glance, 

And memory comes to aid 
Imagination as she shows 

The progress time has made. 

On the same spot, but ah! how 
changed, 

In three and forty years; 
The forest has receded now, 

The fair, smooth land appears. 
Instead cf cabin built of logs, 

A spacious farm house see! 
And apple, peach and pear are found 

On many a bending tree. 

And there upon the porch is seen, 

Within his easy chair, 
The honest farmer, old and bent, 

With thin and silver hair; 
Who looks with moist and kindly eyes, 

Whose sight is growing dim, 
On kindred come from far and near 

To greet and honor him. 

Nine of his jolly little lads, 

Are there with locks of gray, 
And as each one in turn calls up 

His own, and leads the way 
Down to the orchard where the grass 

And shade are very fine, 
One group of boys attracts our gaze, 

We count them — there are nine. 



And when they all are seated there, 

The old man looks them o'er, 
And sees a mighty family 

Which numbers many a score; 
And casts with pride a backward 
glance 

O'er all his checkered life, 
Since first he to this pleasant spot 

Came with his faithful wife. 

But time rolls on, and here again, 

In eighteen-.eighty-eight, 
His kindted come, a multitude 

Of people, small and great, 
To honor thus his memory, 

And all his virtues tell, 
And think how oft the pioneers 

In bravery did excel. 

But sadness mingles with our joy 

On this, our festal day, 
As memory reverts to those 

Who have been called away; 
For such is life, and every home 

Must have its sorrowing time, 
Yet strangely true, we see again 

One same unbroken nine. 

All honor to the race that from 

This small beginning sprung, 
And as we trace their history 

To find the victories won, 
We cast a glance along the line, 

In four and eighty years, 
But find no name that has been known 

In both the hemispheres. 

Only the good are truly great, 
Some ancient sage has said; 

And while we would not dare to say 
In goodness we have led, 

It gratifies an honest pride 

To say we cannot tell 

Of one who's stretched a hangman's 
rope, 
Or filled a prison cell. 

Then a sacred duty it becomes 

For us, our whole lives through, 
To honor well our ancestry, 

By being good and true, 
And striving to perpetuate 

The record well begun, 
And feel that when we're called to rest 

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Then let us always strive to be And live so that in future years 
Found on the side of right ; A scribe may truly tell : 

For honor, truth and temperance They anchored on the solid " Rock," 
To battle with our might; And drank from the living "WelL" 

The following account was contributed by Samuel A. Rockwell, Esq., 
of Granville Centre, Pa. : "The lineal descendants of Samuel and Hannah 
Lassell Rockwell met, as is their annual custom, at Alparon Park, Troy, 
Pa., on Sept. 30, 1891. About 150 of them were present, but on account 
of. the failure at the previous meeting to appoint a leader and provide a 
programme for the occasion, the ordinary religious exercises were 
dispensed with, and the meeting resolved itself into a festival and 
sociable, for which a most sumptuous supply had been provided. After 
a general greeting and hearty handshaking, the company was called to 
order, and by vote it was decided to meet again one year hence, and 
that Samuel A. Rockwell, Esq., be the presiding officer of the occasion, 
with full power to make all necessary arrangements for the same." 

2606 6. JAMES BOTHWELL ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Sept. 23, 
1827; a farmer and teacher; married at Granvifle, Pa., Aug. 26, 1847, 
PHEBE LAVINIA BAILEY, and in the spring of 1850, leaving his 
wife in Granville, he went to Illinois, where he joined a party who went 
to California via the overland route, taking with them cows and oxen 
for teams, but soon after arrving there he was seized by an attack of 
scurvy, and died at Haytown, Cal., Sept. 23, 1850, the 23d anniversary 
of his birth. His widow married George Hickok, of Canton, Pa., and 
moved to Illinois, where he died, leaving her a widow with one child. 
She married subsequently Andrew J. McKean, a man of note, and was 
living at Marion, Lyme County, la., in 1891. 

2607 7. ELIZA ANN BALLARD ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., July 
11, 1830; married at LeRoy, April 11, 1849, Hiram Stone, a blacksmith, 
born at LeRoy March 11, 1826. She died Aug. 30, 1868. He married, 
second, Emily M. Pierce, granddaughter of Hannah Rockwell Parsons. 
They settled at LeRoy, and resided there in 1892. (4657) 

Children of MARTIN L. and JOANNA MARVIN ROCKWELL, of 
Troy, Pa.: (1282) 

2608 1. BINGHAM L. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., April 1, 1818; a 
farmer; married at Troy, Feb. 16, 1842, Abby Pierce, born Bristol, R. I., 
Sept. 7, 1821. They moved about 1851 to West Burlington, Pa., where 
she died in September, 1886. He died there April 30, 1892. (4604) 

2609 2. JESSE M. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Nov. 15, 1819; a 
farmer; married there Dec. 4, 1845, REBECCA DOBIN, born Nov. 3, 
1821. She died June 23, 1858, at West Burlington. He married, second, 
at Springfield, March 23, 1859, Lamira Perry, born Jan. 9, 1833. They 
both died at West Burlington— he May 11, 1890. (4667) 

2610 3. ALVORD P. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Oct. 24, 1821; a 
farmer; married at Sullivan, Pa., June 27, 1849, Achsah Harrison, born 
at Guilford, N. Y., July 30, 1828. They settled at West Burlington, 
where she died Feb. 17, 1859. He married, second, Jan. 31, i860, Lucinda 
Farnsworth, born at Waterloo, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1826. They lived at West 
Burlington, Pa., in 1892. (4668) 

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farmer; married at West Burlington, Feb. 13, 1851, HARRIET HILTON, 
t>orn at West Burlington May 18, 1829, where they settled, and afterward 
moved to Canton, Pa., where they were living in 1892. (4670) 

2612 5. ELVIRA ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Feb. 12, 1826; married 
there, DE W. C. HERRICK, a merchant of Troy, where she died Nov. 
25, 1851. No children. He died (date not known). 

2613 6. JOHN CALVIN ROCKWELL, 2d, born Troy, Pa., Feb. 5, 1828; 
a farmer; married at West Burlington, June 13, 1852, HENRIETTA 
HARRISON, who was born at Guilford, N. Y. f Dec. 13, 1831. They 
were living at West Burlington in 1891. No children. 

2614 7. ORLANDO WM. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., April 24 1830; 
a farmer; married at West Burlington, Oct. 18, 1855, MARY ELIZA 
GAMAGE, born there Dec. 14, 1836. They were living at West Bur- 
lington in 1892. (4673) 

2615 8. HIRAM LEWIS ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Dec. 13, 1832; a 
farmer; married at West Burlington, March 9, 1854, Juliette McKean, 
born at West Burlington Feb. 26, 1835. They lived at Troy, Pa., where 
she died (date not known). He resided there in 1892. (4679) 

2616 9- AZOR SMITH ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Nov. 18, 1834; a 
farmer; married at Granville, Pa., March 29, i860, Eliza Putnam, born 
at Granville July 7, 1833. He was a deacon in the Baptist Church at 
Granville, and moved to Troy, Pa., where they resided in 1892. 

2617 10. DELOS ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Aug. 28, 1837; a lawyer. 
He was admitted to the bar of Bradford County, Pa., in February, 1862. 
He married at Troy, June 9, 1864, Eliza B. Smith, born at Elmira, N. Y. f 
June 29, 1836. They settled at Troy, and were living there in 1895. No 
children. For many years he has been a prominent lawyer at that place. 
He was alected a Senator of the Legislature of the State of Pennsylvania 
in October, 1874, and was a valuable contributor to this Genealogy of 
the Rockwell families m 1891. 

Children of JAMES and DIANTHA BLAKEMAN ROCKWELL, of 
Canton, Pa.: (1283) 

261S 1. VALERIA ROCKWELL, born Canton, Pa., Feb. 4, 1820; mar- 

ried there, March 26, 1842, Asa Phelps, a farmer, born at East Smith- 
field, Pa., Nov. 30, 181 7. They settled there and she died there Jan. 15, 
1871. No children. 

3619 2. ABEL WALTER ROCKWELL, born Sullivan (now Ward), 

Pa., March 19, 1826 ; a teacher and farmer ; married at Sullivan, in 1854, 
Jane Eliza Goodspeed. She was burned by the explosion of a can of 
kerosene oil, and died in five hours, April 28, 1862, at Canton. He 
married, second, in 1863, at Sullivan, Mariette Welch. She died of con- 
sumption. He married, third, Jan. 7, 1866, Cyntheria A. Goodspeed, 
sister of his first wife. They settled at Covington, Pa., and resided there 
in 1895. A horse on which he was riding ran away with him, by which 
his head was seriously injured and his mind impaired. (4680) 

J620 3. OMAR ORTOGRUL ROCKWELL, born at Canton Jan. 22, 1835 ; 

a farmer; marred at Canton, April 10, 1862, Celie E. Pratt, born at Can- 
ton Sept. 9, 1836. They settled on the farm where he was born, at 
Canton, and his family resided there in 1892. On Dec. 8, 1891, he fell 
from a scaffold in his barn and broke his back, and died on the 18th 
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Children of LABAN L. and MARY ANN ELLIOTT ROCKWELL, 
of Canton, Pa.: (1284) 

2621 1. Philander Wright Rockwell, born Canton May 3, 1823; a farmer 
and lumber manufacturer; married at Troy, June 2, 1842, Experience 
Hugg, born in Tompkins County, N. Y., and died at Troy July 2, 1846. 
He married, second, Jan. 18, 1859, at Rutland, Pa., Sarah S. Palmer. 
After living at Troy and Rutland many years, they settled at Covington, 
Pa., where they were living in 1892. (4687 and 4689) 

2622 2. Clarinda Jane Rockwell; nothing known of her. 

2623 3. Lavinia Ann Rockwell ; married Dowd ; resided at Sullivan, 

Pa., in 1891. 

Children by his second wife, MARY ANN NEWELL ROCKWELL: 

2624 4. Mary Rockwell; died at Rutland, unmarried. 

2625 5. Sarah Rockwell; died at Rutland, unmarried. 

2626 6. Catharine Rockwell, died at Rutland, unmarried. 

2627 7. Rebecca Rockwell; died in 1875 at Rutland, unmarried. 

2628 8. Myra Rockwell; died at Rutland, unmarried. 

2629 9. Letitia Rockwell ; married Gray, and resided at Sullivan, Pa. 

2630 10. Lasell Rockwell, born about 1850; married, and was living with 
his mother, near Rutland, Tioga County, Pa., in 1891. 

Children of RUFUS M. and MARY ALVORD ROCKWELL, of Troy, 
Pa.: (1285) 

2631 1. SAMUEL A. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Feb. 15, 1825, and 
died three days later. 

2632 2. ELIJAH ALVORD ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., April 4, 1826; 

a printer; married, first, Mrs. S. S. Evans, and, second, Mrs. 

Graves. He established the first newspaper in Troy. When he was but 
18 years old he shipped on a whaling voyage from New Bedford, in 1845. 
He established the Sandwich Island News in 1846. He visited Japan 
and the East Indies, and returned to the Sandwich Islands, and pub- 
lished a paper there till 1850, and then moved to California, where he 
resided until his death. He edited the San Francisco Morning Coil, 
and established the Sonoma Herald. He was a member of the California 
Legislature in 1871, and was editor of the Sacramento Morning Herald, 
and died at Sacramento Nov. 16. 1877. (4694) 

2633 3. RUFUS CLARENCE ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Nov. 3, 
1828; a physician. He graduated at the Castleton (Vt.) Medical College, 
and married at Troy, Dec. 23, 1857, Wrexiville Eliza Long, born at 
Troy June 4, 1835. They settled at Troy, where he died Aug. 7, 1869. 

(4695) 

2634 4- MARY REBECCA ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., March 28, 1830; 
married there, Oct. 29, 1850, HIRAM WILSON, a carpenter, born at 
Wells, Pa., June 14, 1826. They settled at Troy, Pa., where they 
resided in 1891. (4697) 

2635 5- JOHN ELIAS ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Jan. 5, 1831, and 
died Sept. 12, 1833. 

2636 6. EDWARD CHENEY ROCKWELL, born Aug. 18, 1833; a 
farmer; married at Troy, March 15, 1855, Mary Ann Buckhout, born at 
Newfield. N. Y., April 30, 1838. They settled on the homestead of his 
father at Troy, but moved to Middletown, Conn., and became connected 
with the Connecticut Industrial School for Girls, and subsequently moved 
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2637 7- SHELDON NORTON ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Jan. 4, 
1835; a teacher; married at Troy, April 24, 1856, Mary Emilia Wells, of 
Canton, who was born at Elmira, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1838. They settled at 
Lansing, la.; moved to Philadelphia, Pa., in 1862, and in 1867 to Provi- 
dence, R. I., and in 1872 to New York City, going from there to Middle- 
town, Conn., where he assumed the superintendency of the Connecticut 
Industrial School for Girls, his wife being assistant superintendent of 
the same school. They afterward moved to Southern Pines, N. C, and 
resided there in 1891. (4702) 

2638 8. JOHN ELI AS ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., March 1, 1837; a 
physician. He graduated at the University of Michigan in 1871, and 
married, at Ann Arbor, Mich., March 26, 1874, Matty A. Bliss. They 
settled at Troy, and were living there in 1876. He served two years in 
the War of the Rebellion, and was hospital steward at Nashville, Tenn. 
He died at Troy Aug. 5, 1876. 

2639 9. LYDIA L. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., Oct. 2, 1838; married 
at Lansing, la., Dec. 22, 1859, Samuel H. Hazleton, a banker and insur- 
ance agent. He was born at Sullivan, Pa., Feb. 19, 1837. They lived at 
Canton in 1862-3, and returned to Lansing, where they were living in 
1891. (4703 ) 

2640 10. LOIS C. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., June 27, 1840; married 
there, March 1, 1850, Charles W. Thomas, and resided at Mellinburgh, 
Pa. (4708) 

2641 11. LORANIA H. A. R. ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., May 12, 
1842; married there, Aug. 18, 1862, Simon H. Stanton. They moved to 
Burlington. Conn., where they lived in 1891. (4712) 

2642 12. GLYCON ALLEN ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa., March 12, 
1844; married at Lansing, la., Aug. 24, 1869, Emma V. Albert, of the 
same place. They resided* in Lansing until 1882, then at Dubuque, la., 
until 1891, when they moved to Salem, Ore. (4715) 

2643 13. EMMA AUGUSTA ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa, June 3, 1846; 
married there April 7, 1868, Edward D. Purdy, an insurance agent, born 
at Augusta, 111, Nov. 12, 1843. They resided at Waukon, la, in 
1891. (47i6) 

Children of MYRON and MARY ANN LILLIBRIDGE ROCKWELL, 
of Columbia. Pa.: (1286) 

2644 1. NANCY JANE ROCKWELL, born Columbia Aug. 17, 1827; 
married at Sullivan, Pa, Dec. 31, 1849. JOEL WEBSTER, a farmer. 
He was born at Sullivan, Pa., Feb. 11, 1819. They moved to the north- 
ern part of Rutland, Pa, and were living at Sullivan, Tioga County, Pa, 
in 1892. (4721) 

2645 2. MYRON ADRIEL ROCKWELL, born Troy, Pa.. April 14, 1829; 
a founder and machinist; married at Towanda, Dec. 8. 1852, ELIZA- 
BETH BESSEY, born at Binghamton, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1829. She died 
at Troy, Dec. 25, 1863. He married, second, Sept. 20, 1865, at Monroe- 
ton, Pa, ISABEL WILSON, born at Eaton, Pa, March 31, 1843. He 
served in the Pennsylvania Militia six weeks when Gen. Lee invaded that 
State. They resided at Towanda, Pa, in 1892. (4727 and 473°) ) 

2646 3. WARREN ALLEN ROCKWELL, born Troy, Feb. 2, 1832; a 
farmer; married at Richmond, Pa, March 2, 1856, SYLVIA ELIZA- 
BETH JOHNS, born at Sullivan, Pa., Sept. 5, 1835. They settled at 
Sullivan, where he died Sept 4, 1875, and where his family remained 
when last heard from. (4732) 



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2647 4 HORACE W. ROCKWELL, born Troy April 30, 1834; an iron 
founder; married at Monroeton, Pa., Nov. 29, 1865, HARRIET E. HIN- 
MAN, of Monroeton, where she was born Oct. 24, 1848, and where they 
settled and resided in 1892. (4735) 

2648 5. MARY ELIZABETH ROCKWELL, born Columbia, Pa., June 26, 
1836; married at Jackson, Pa., Jan. 1, 1868, Ira Bement, a farmer, born 
at Hector, N. Y., May 6, 1830. They settled at Jackson, and moved to 
Sullivan, Tioga County, and resided there in 1892. ('4739) 

2649 6. EMMA P. ROCKWELL, born Columbia, Pa., March 3, 1839; 
married at Gray's Valley, Pa., May 4. 1859, by her father, to FRANK 
LOUIS MILLER, of Delmar, Pa., where he was born March 1, 1829, 
They settled at Williamsport, Pa., and resided there in 1892. (4741) 

2651 7- OSCAR HINMAN ROCKWELL, born Sullivan, Pa., Nov. 23.. 
1844 ; a physician, graduated in the medical department of the University 
of Pennsylvania March 13, 1873; married at Monroeton, Pa., Dec. 29. 
1870, Catharine Maria Hanson, born at Monroeton Sept. 12, 1842. They 
settled at Monroeton, Pa., and resided there in 1892. (4743) 

2652 8. ELLA ADELIA ROCKWELL, born Jackson, Pa., Aug. 22, 1853 ; 
married at East Charleston, Pa., Dec. 10, 1872, Marchal J. Lefler, born 
at Jackson June 7, 1849. They settled at Jackson. (4744) 

Children of EBENEZER, son of David and Hannah Rockwell Pratt, 
and FANNY POWERS PRATT, of Canton, Pa.: (1289) 

2653 1. SYLVIA MARIA PRATT, born Canton, Pa., March 13, 1812; 
married there. Aug. 19, 1852, PELEG HACKETT, a farmer of Colrain, 
Mass., where he was born Nov. 28, 1800. After living at Smithfield and 
Brookfield, Pa., they returned to Canton, where they were members of 
the Christian Church. (4747) 

2654 2. CYRUS PRATT, born Canton July 16, 1813; an editor; married 
at Wells, Pa., Jan. 11, 1837, ELIZABETH SAYRE, born Feb. 11, 1818, 
at Masonville, N. Y. After living at Elmira, N. Y., Wells, Pa., Towanda 
and Canton, Pa., and Wellsville and Cuba, N. Y., they moved to 
Chicago, and were members of the Christian Church there. They were 
living at Chicago, 111., when last heard from, in 1876. (4755) 

2655 3. LUCINDA PRATT, born Ovid, N. Y., June 2, 1816; married at 
Canton, Pa.. Oct. 10, 1830, GEORGE WELLS, a minister of the 
Disciples Church, born at Litchfield, Conn., Feb. 16, 1807. They first 
settled at Wellsborough, Pa., and afterwards lived in Elmira and Auburn, 
N. Y., and in 1858 moved to Philadelphia, Pa. They were, at last 
account, residing at Ovid, N. Y., in 1876. (4763) 

2656 4. FANNY C. PRATT, born Canton Feb. 16, 1817; married at 
Tioga, Pa., Oct. 27, 1836, ELISHA ROCKWELL, son of Elias and 
Polly (Grander) Rockwell, of Canton, where he was born June 28, 1812, 
and they settled there. They resided at Canton, Pa., in 1882. (See 
his record.) 

2657 5- JOEL PRATT, born at Canton in February, 1819, and died there 
in March, 1819. 

2658 6. HANNAH PRATT, born Harmony, N. Y., June 16, 1820; mar- 
ried in March, 1841, at Canton, JEFFERSON B. RUNDELL, a farmer, 
born May 31, 1819. He was instantly killed by a falling tree, March 3, 
1854. She married, second, ISAAC RUNDELL, a brother of her first 
husband, and they settled at Canton, Pa. (4768) 

2659 7- RHODA P. PRATT, born Harmony, N. Y., May 16, 1822; a 



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graduate of the Normal School, Albany, and for several years a teacher; 
married at Wellsborough, Pa., in 1855, HEZEKIAH D. TREADWELL, 
a wholesale boot and shoe dealer. She died Oct. 23, 1863. 

2660 8. PAMELIA PRATT, born Harmony, N. Y., March 16, 1824; 
married at Wellsborough, Oct. 24, 1850, Rockwell S. Bailey, born at 
Charleston, Pa., Nov. 27, 1824, son of Roswell and Julia A. Rockwell 
Bailey. They lived at 708 Vine street, Philadelphia, in 1876. 

2661 9. EBENEZER PRATT, born at Harmony May 10, 1826; a mill- 
wright; married at Canton, about 1851, MARY HORTON. She died 
soon after their marriage. He died of consumption in March, 1852. 
No children. 

2662 10. SARAH JANE PRATT, born at Elmira May 18, 1830; a 
teacher. She died at Burlington, Pa., Feb. 4, 1848, unmarried. 

2663 11. MARY CELINDA PRATT, born at Canton Aug. 21, 1833; 
married at Wellsborough, May 17, 1855, ANDREW FOLEY, a jeweler, 
born in Ireland Oct. 29, 1833. They settled at Wellsborough, Pa. (4773) 

2664 12. REUBEN PRATT, born Elmira, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1835; a 
lawyer; married at Wellsborough, in 1861, JENNY VAN DEUSEN. 
He enlisted in April, 1861, in Co. H, 6th Regiment, Pa. Vol. Infantry, and 
was promoted to the grade of first lieutenant. He was killed in the 
battle of Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862, having participated in the 
battles at Drainsville, Mechanicsville, second Bull Run, South Mountain 
and Antietam, where a gunshot wound in his right hand disabled it. 
His widow married, second, Richardson, and settled in Wis- 
consin. (4779) 

Children of DAVID and MILICENT OSBORN PRATT, of Canton, 
Pa. : ( 1290) 

2665 1. Orrin Pratt, born Canton; married, but nothing further obtained. 

2666 2. Eunice Pratt, born Canton about 1814; was living unmarried at 
Harmony, N. Y., in 1875. 

2667 3. Susan Pratt, born Harmony about 1817; living there unmarried 
in 1875. 

2668 4. Almira Pratt, born Harmony, and was living there a widow in 1875. 
Two other daughters died, names unknown. 

Children of ASA and CELIA LEONARD PRATT, of Canton, Pa.: 
(1291) 

2669 1. HARRIET PRATT, born Canton Dec. 2, 1817; married there 
(date not obtained), EZRA LOOMIS, a farmer, and settled at Troy, 
Pa., and resided there in 1876. (4780) 

2670 2. ELIZA PRATT, born Canton April 18, 1821 ; married ADONI- 
RAM ROCKWELL, son of Elias L. and Mary Grantier Rockwell, born 
Canton May 13, 1821. They settled at Canton, and moved to Union, Pa., 
in 1873. 

2671 3- ASA PRATT, born Canton Oct. 21, 1825; a miller; married at 
Union, March 21, 1849, Marianne Harding, born at Mansfield, Pa., Aug. 
3, 1826. They settled at Canton, where he died Sept. 27, 1865. (4786) 

2672 4. THEODORE L. PRATT, born Canton Dec 10, 1827; a homoe- 
opathic physician; married, at Towanda, ANN BRANN, born in Kent, 
England, in November, 1820. They settled at Norristown, Pa., where 
she died about 1873. He married, second, in 1874, Eliza Grist, of Norris- 
town, where they resided in 1876. (4791) 



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2673 5- CORDELIA PRATT, born at Canton May 10, 1829; married 
there, Orris Frisbie, a farmer, bora at Columbia, Pa. They moved to 
Berlin, la., where she died about 1868. (4797) 

2674 6. BETSEY E. PRATT, born at Canton June 20, 1830; married 
there, April 10, 1862, James Brann, a farmer, born in England May 4, 
1833. They settled in Canton, where they resided in June, 1876. 

2675 7. LOUISA PRATT, born Canton Dec. 20, 1832; married at Troy, 
Pa., CLINTON MANLEY, a farmer. They lived at Canton till April, 
1863, and then settled at Union, Pa., where they resided in 1876. 

2676 8. MARIA PRATT, born Canton March 20, 1834; married at Troy, 
Pa., Curtis Calkins, a farmer. They settled at East Troy, and were 
living there in 1876. No children. 

2677 8. CELIA ELOISA PRATT, born Canton Sept. 9. 1836; married 
there, April 10, 1862, Omar O. Rockwell, son of Laban L. and Mary E. 
Elliott Rockwell, born at Canton Jan. 22, 1835. They settled at Canton, 
on the farm where he was born, and resided there in 1892. He died 
from a fall by which his back was broken, Dec. 18, 1891, at Canton, Pa- 
Children of JONATHAN and LOUISA SMITH PRATT, of Canton, 

Pa.: (1292) 

2678 1. DAVID PRATT, born Canton about 1815; married and died; 
further unknown. 

2679 2. MELISSA PRATT, born Canton about 1817; married ORLANDO 
GRAY, and died about 1848. 

2680 3. AMANDA PRATT, born Canton; married Ross, and 

died in Ohio, leaving one child. 

2681 4. ROSILLA PRATT, born Canton; married Morse, of 

Troy, Pa. 

2682 5. ROSINA PRATT, born Canton; married Orlando Gray. (See 
his record.) 

2683 6. HANNAH PRATT, born Canton; married Morrell Gray. 

2684 7. SARAH PRATT, born Canton, and died in infancy, aged 1 year. 
There were several others, children of Jonathan and Sally Wilcox 

Pratt, born in Waterloo, la., whose history was not obtained. 

Children of WILLIAM and BETSEY PRATT ROBERTS, of Canton, 
Pa.: (1294) 

2685 1. MEHETABEL ROBERTS, born Canton Oct. 21, 1816; married 
there, Oct. 16, 1834, DAVID R. COLE, a farmer, born at Philadelphia, 
Pa., Aug. 10, 1812. They settled at Canton. (4820) 

2686 2. HANNAH ROBERTS, born Canton May 27, 1820; married there 
July 18, 1847, EDWARD McCLELLAND, a farmer, born at Canton 
March 17, 1824. They settled at Canton, and moved to Geneva. la. (4805) 

2687 3. JULIUS P. ROBERTS, born Canton July 12, 1822, and died 
June 9, 1850, unmarried. 

2688 4. WALTER ROBERTS, born Canton about 1824; died aged about 
one month. 

2689 5. WILLIAM ROBERTS, born Canton Aug. 14, 1826; a hardware 
merchant ; married at Wellsborough, Pa., Oct. 22, 1857. MARGARET A. 
STURROCK, born Aug. 22, 1839. They settled at Wellsborough, and 
resided there in 1876. 

2690 6. LYMAN C. ROBERTS, born Canton Aug. 20, 1828; a millwright; 
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2691 7. DAVID P. ROBERTS, born Canton April 27, 1830; a merchant; 
married at Covington, Pa., Nov. 20, 1859, MARY EMILY MARVIN, 
and settled at Wellsborough, Pa. 

2692 8. MARY JANE ROBERTS, born Canton Dec. 1, 183 1 ; resided 
there, unmarried, in 1876. 

2693 9. MARIETTE ROBERTS, born Canton Oct. 27, 1833; married at 
Leroy, Pa., Oct. 28, i860, ERASTUS PUTNAM, a farmer, born at Lodi r 
N. Y., Aug. 6, 1828. They settled at Granville, and in 1863 returned to 
Canton, Pa. 

2694 10. ASA P. ROBERTS, born Canton May 14, 1835; a lawyer; 
married at Ackley, la., April 25, 1871, his cousin, ISABEL, ROBERTS, 
born at Athens, Pa. They settled at Ackley, la., and resided there 1876. 

2695 11. RUTH ROBERTS, born Canton in March, 1837,; died about 
two weeks later. 

2696 12. RACHEL ROBERTS, twin of Ruth, born March, 1837; died 
aged about three weeks. 

2697 13. BETSEY VIOLA ROBERTS, born Canton May 4, 1838; mar- 
ried April 29, 1859, RUSSEL JESSE ROSS, a farmer, born Granville, 
Pa. After living at Canton and Wellsboro, Pa., they moved in 1873 to 
Ackley, la., and in 1874 to Dell Rapids, Dak., where they resided in 1876. 

2698 14. VALERIA ROBERTS, born Canton June 6, 1840; married there, 
Nov. 26, 1868, Francis M. Baldwin, a farmer, son of Ebenezer and 
Phileta Rundell Baldwin, of Union, Pa., where he was born Jan. 7, 1846* 
They settled in Canton, and resided there in 1876. 

Children of JULIUS and REBECCA ROBERTS PRATT, of Canton, 
Pa.: (1296) 

2699 1. REUBEN ROCKWELL PRATT, born Canton Feb. 19, 1835, 
and died in infancy. 

2700 2. MARTHA M. PRATT, born Canton July 29, 1836; died June 
13, i837. 

2701 3. CELESTIA PRATT, born Canton March 23, 1838; married 
in April, 1856, at Union, Pa., WILLIAM WESLEY NEWELL, a 
carpenter, born at Union March 20, 1838. They were living at Kasson, 
Minn., in 1876. (4828) 

2702 4. ADDISON PRATT, born Canton March 20, 1840; resides at 
Grover, Pa., unmarried. 

2703 5. CLARA ADELIA PRATT, born Canton May 6, 1842; resides 
at Grover, Pa., unmarried. 

2704 6. EMERY WELLINGTON PRATT, born Canton Nov. 26, 1844; 
a grocer; married at Granville, Pa., Jan. 1, 1867, EDITH COLE. They 
settled at Union, Pa. He enlisted for three years in the War of 1861, 
and was wounded at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862, 
and was soon afterwards discharged for disability, caused by his wounds. 
(4832) 

2705 7. SYLVESTER E. PRATT, born Union, Pa., May 11, 1855, and 
died there Feb. 18, 1857. 

2706 8. EFFIE IDA PRATT, born Union Dec. 29, 1858, and lived at 
Grover, Pa. ,. 

Children of RUFUS, JR., and ANNA JANES MEAD, of Cornwall, 
Vt.: (1299) 

2707 1. MARY ANN MEAD, born Cornwall,. Vt, Nov. 21, 1817; un- 
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2708 2. TRYPHENA MEAD, born Cornwall, Vt., Jan. 29, 1820; died 
there Feb. 12, 1820. 

2709 3. ISRAEL C. MEAD, born Cornwall Jan. 21, 1821, and died there 
Jan. 21, 1851. 

2710 4. LYDIA MEAD, born Cornwall June 12, 1823; married there 
Dec. 18, 1854, CHARLES H. SMEDLEY, and settled at Anamosa, la- 
He died Sept. 26, 1879. She resided at Cornwall, Vt., in 1893. (4859) 

2711 5. RUFUS MEAD, born Cornwall March 1, 1825; an editor; mar- 
ried there, Dec. 16, 1851, CATHARINE E. TILDEN, born at Cornwall 
Sept. 22, 1820. She died at Middlebury, Vt., Jan. 28, 1861. He edited 
the Middlebury Register for several years, and was afterwards appointed 
U. S. Consul at San Juan del Sui, Nicarauga, C. A. He died at sea, 
March 11, 1874, and was buried at San Jose de Guatemala. (4857) I 

2712 6. HIRAM MEAD, born Cornwall May 10, 1827; a Congregational 
minister, graduated at Middlebury College in 1850, and at Andover 
Theological Seminary in 1857; married at Andover, Mass., Aug. 5, 185& 
ELIZABETH S. BILLINGS, born at Conway, Mass., May 21, 1833- 
They lived at Middlebury, Vt., Flushing, N. Y., Andover, Mass., South 
Hadley, Mass., and Nashua, N. H., and in 1869 he was elected professor 
of sacred rhetoric in Oberlin Theological Seminary, and was living at 
Oberlin, O., in 1876. He died May 18, 1881. She was President of 
Mt. Holyolce College, and resided at South Hadley, Mass., in 1893. (4861 ) 

2713 7- HORACE JANES MEAD, born Cornwall April 22, 1830; a 
farmer; married there, Jan. 3, 1855, MARY H. MATHEWS, daughter 
of Rev. Lyman Mathews, of Cornwall. She was born at Braintree, 
Mass., Nov. 11, 1834, and died at Cornwall Oct. 23, 1862. He married, 
second, March 2, 1864, at Cornwall, MARY AMELIA WOOSTER, who 
was born at Cornwall Nov. 24, 1835. He died at Cornwall Oct. 22, 1872. 
and she was living at Middlebury, Vt., in 1893. (4863) 

2714 8. LORIN C. MEAD, born Cornwall March 12, 1832; a farmer; 
married at Cornwall, Aug. 8, 1855, Roxana Electa Peet, born there Jan. 
28, 1836. She died Sept. 16, 1864. He married, second, at Salisbury* 
Vt., Jan. 25, 1866, ELIZABETH CROOK SHELDON. They lived at 
Longmont, Col., and in 1893 at Highland Lake, Col. (4869) 

2715 9. MARTIN L. MEAD, born Cornwall Jan. 23, 1834; a physician 
and surgeon, graduated at Middlebury College in 1855, and at Albany 
Medical College in 1859 ; married at Albany, N. Y., May 19, 1863, Hannah 
Wetmore Treadwell, born in New York City Jan. 20, 1842, and died at 
Cornwall Sept. 5, 1864. He married, second, Jan. 23, 1867, at Conway, 
Mass., Myra M. Jenkins, who was born at Ashfield, Mass., Aug. 6, 1844. 
He dwelt at Albany, at Conway, and at Cleveland, O., where he was 
living in 1876. He served as acting assistant surgeon of the 4th Regiment 
of Michigan Volunteers in 1862, and was a professor of chemistry in the 
Wooster University, Cleveland, in 1873- 1875; resided at Highland Lake, 
Col., in 1893. (4872) 

2716 10. CHARLES M. MEAD, born Cornwall Jan. 28, 1836; a minister 
of the Congregational Church. He graduated at Middlebury College in 
1856, and at Andover Theological Seminary in 1862. He studied in 
Germany, 1863-1866, and received the degree of Ph. D. from the L'ni- 
versity of Gottingen. He was chosen professor of Hebrew in Andover 
Theological Seminary, and settled at Andover, where he married, Aug. 
2, 1867, CAROLINE THAYER, born at Boston, Mass., Nov. 9. 1834. 
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Children of CALEB and HANNAH MEAD MARTIN, of Cornwall, 
Vt.: (1300) 

2717 1. HANNAH LORETTE MARTIN, born Cornwall Dec. 5, 1813; 
married about 1839, at Somerset, N. Y., Elijah K. Richardson, an in- 
spector of customs, born at Underhill, Vt. They lived three years at 
Somerset, then moved to Buffalo, N. Y., where they were living in 
1876. U834) 

2718 2. CALEB OZIAS MARTIN, born Cornwall June 9, 1815; resided 
at Grand Rapids, Mich., in 1876. 

2719 3. EZRA MEAD MARTIN, born Cornwall May 14, 1817, and died 
at Somerset Dec. 13, 1841. 

2720 4. AMY ROSELLE MARTIN, born Cornwall Feb. 9, 1819, and died 
at Somerset June 17 ', 1843. 

2721 5. PATRICK HENRY MARTIN, born Cornwall Feb. 4, 1821, and 
died Oct. 14, 1847. 

2722 6. MARCIA ANN MARTIN, born Cornwall May 10, 1822, and died 
there Nov. 18, 1823. 

2723 7-. SARAH EMELINE MARTIN, born Cornwall March 26, 1824; 
married JOHN R. STEWART. They settled at Grand Rapids, Mich., 
and resided there in 1876. 

2724 8. MARY M. MARTIN, born Cornwall July 20, 1826; married at 
Somerset, N. Y., March 1, 1849, William A. Swain, a harnessmaker, born 
at Lewiston, N. Y., May 13, 1825. They lived at Eagle Harbor, N. Y., 
and Bryan, N. Y. ; at Lewiston and Niagara, C. W. ; at St. Davids, C. W., 
and at Stamford, Ont, where they lived in 1876. (4840) 

2725 9. CHARLOTTE F. MARTIN, born Cornwall May 21, 1828; married 
Yokum, and settled at Grand Rapids, where they resided in 1876. 

2726 10. EMOR JANE MARTIN, born Cornwall May 28, 1831, and died 
at Somerset Feb. 25, 1838. 

27*7 ". RUFUS WILBUR MARTIN, born Somerset, N. Y., Aug. 25, 

1833; a farmer; married at Cascade, Mich., Nov. 21, 1855, Caroline 
Minerva Coger, born in Jackson County, Mich., June 30, 1837, and was 
residing there in June, 1876. No children. 

2728 12. MARION ROSCOE MARTIN, born Somerset, N. Y., April 8, 
1838. She died at Ada, Mich., May 30, 1858. 

Children of ERASTUS and AMY MEAD MAZUZAN, of Cornwall, 
Vt: (1301) 

2729 1. CELIA MAZUZAN, born Cornwall Dec. 7, 1824; a teacher; lived 
at Wells, N. Y., unmarried, in 1876. 

2730 2. JOHN MAZUZAN, born Cornwall Oct. 30, 1826; a cloth finisher. 
He lived at Lowell, Mass., unmarried, in 1896. 

2731 3- HARRIET MAZUZAN, born Cornwall Jan. 29, 1829; moved to 
Albion, N. Y. ; married at Gaines, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1853, William G. Winne, 
a brickmaker, born in 1823. They settled at Grand Rapids, Mich., where 
he died May 19, 1857. She married, second, Sept. 7, 1858, Enos Parish, 
a farmer, born at Parish July 26, 1827. He enlisted at Detroit, and 
served to the end of the Mexican War. He enlisted at Grand Rapids in 
Battery E. 1st Regiment, Mich. Light Artillery, and was discharged July 
30, 1865. They resided at Allendale, Mich., in 1893. (4875a) 

2732 4. JULIA MAZUZAN, born Cornwall Oct. 27, 1830, and died there 
in January, 1850. 

2733 5- JULIET MAZUZAN, born Cornwall Sept. 7, 1832; a teacher;. 



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went in 1856 to Grand Rapids, and thence to Lowell, Mass., in 1875; 
unmarried. 

Children of NIRAM and ALMIRA DOUGLAS ROCKWELL, of 
Cornwall, Vt.: (1303) 

2734 1. Elmina R. Rockwell, born Cornwall April 4, 1821. 

2735 2. Martha M. Rockwell, born Parishville, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1823. 

2736 3. Reuben D. Rockwell, born Parishville, N. Y., June 5, 1826; died 
at Cornwall March. 26, 1849. 

2737 4. Elias B. Rockwell, born Cornwall June 19, 1828. 

2738 5. Cornelius N. Rockwell, born Cornwall July 14, 1832. 

Children of DAVID and LUCINDA ROCKWELL PARKILL, of 
Cornwall, Vt: (1304) 

2739 *• Lydia M. Parkill, born Cornwall Dec 2, 1818; married there, Oct 
9, 1845, Horace W. Sheldon, a farmer of Salisbury, Vt They lived 
there in 1876. (4843) 

2740 2. Charles R. Parkill, born Cornwall May 12, 1821, and was killed 
July 11, 1835, at Middlebury, by the falling of a sandbank. 

2741 3. Franklin D. Parkill, born Cornwall Nov. 8, 1824. 

2742 4. Sarah L. Parkill, born Cornwall Aug. 26, 1828; married there, 
Oct. 17, 1854, Franklin Hooker, a farmer, born at Cornwall Oct 31, 1827; 
resided there in 1876. (4845) 

Children of REUBEN, JR., and ELIZA E. SIMPSON ROCKWELL, 
of Jericho, Vt: (1307) 

2743 1. GEORGE S. ROCKWELL, born Jericho, Vt, May 17, 1829; a 
coal dealer; married at Harlem, N. Y., March 16, 1855, ELVIRA C. 
VANDENBURG, who was born in New York City Jan. 30, 1838. After 
living in New York and at Keyport, they settled at Newark, N. J., and 
afterward moved to Brooklyn, and lived at 65 Downing street in 1893. 
She died there. He married, second, Susan Archbold, and they were 
living at Scotch Plains, N. J., in 1895. (4847) 

2744 2. ELSON KINCAID ROCKWELL, born Cornwall June 22, 1832; 
married at Cornwall, March 5, i860, Emily Pratt, who died at Toms 
River, N. J., Aug. 15, 1875. (4852) 

2745 3. AMELIA A. ROCKWELL, born Cornwall May 2, 1834; married 
at New York City, in 1857, FREDERICK W. READ, and settled at 
Lawrence, Kan., and resided there in 1892. 

2746 4- THEODORE FRELINGHUYYSEN ROCKWELL, bora Toms 
River, N. J., April 29, 1845; an inventor and machinist; married at the 
residence of Rev. Samuel Baker, Pastor of the First Baptist Church of 
Brooklyn, E. D., Aug. 30, 1865, Clara Ketcham King, daughter of 
William D. and Amy Mead King, of Brooklyn. She was born at Caze- 
novia, 111., Sept 10, 1838. After dwelling at Farmingdale, N. J., and at 
Brooklyn, N. Y., they settled at Hammondsport, N. Y., and resided there 
in 1892. (4854) 

Children of PETER R. and SARAH COREY MARTIN, of Bedford, 
C. E.:d3o8) 

2747 ELEANOR MARTIN, born Bedford, in Stanbridge, Canada East, 
April 27, 1823; married there, March 28, 1844, HIRAM PALMER, a 



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fanner, born at Stanbridge Jan. 5, 1823. They were living at Upper 
Bedford in May, 1876. (4879) 

2748 2. HIRAM MARTIN, born Stanbridge Feb. 25, 1825; a hotelkeeper; 
married there, April 27, 1849, Mary Lafontain, who was born at Swanton, 
Vt, March 4, 1828. They were living at Frelighsburgh, C. E., in June, 
1876. (4882)) 

2749 3. RUFUS M. MARTIN, born Stanbridge April 12, 1827; a farmer; 
married there, Oct. 20, 1853, JULIA ANN JONES, who was born at 
Danby, Vt., Aug. 25, 1836; resided at Stanbridge in 1876. (4886)) 

2750 4. SARAH E. MARTIN, born Stanbridge Oct. 21, 1830; married 
there, Nov. 10, 1855, REED CROW, a blacksmith of Westford, Vt (4894) 

2751 5. PETER A. MARTIN, born Stanbridge Oct. 21, 1830; married 
there, MARY LEONARD. They were living at Granby, C. E., in 1876, 
but declined to give the names of their five children. 

2752 6. MATILDA E. MARTIN, born Bedford, C. E., March 20, 1833; 
married at Stanbridge Nov. 10, 1853, CHARLES L. SMITH, a pattern- 
maker, born at Potten, C. E., May 20, 1829; resided at Swanton, Vt, in 
1876. (4901) 

2753 7. NYE CALEB MARTIN, born Stanbridge Aug. 31, 1835 ; a tanner; 
married at Blanford, Mass., Nov. 17, 1859, CAROLINE C. COOK, born 
at Blanford Dec. 18, 1833. They lived at Upper Bedford in May, 1876. 
He was at that time Mayor of the city of Stanbridge, also justice of the 
peace and postmaster. (4910) 

2754 8. CLARK C. MARTIN, born Stanbridge July 7, 1837; married 
Charlotte Gould. He enlisted in Colorado in Co. H, 2d Regiment Colo- 
rado Cavalry, and served till the close of the war. They were living in 
New York City in 1876. * 

2755 9. RICHARD J. MARTIN, born Stanbridge May 27, 1839; a farmer; 
married at Bedford, C. E., Oct. 17, 1867, Charlotte H. Martin, daughter 
of Henry and Mary Campbell Martin, of Stanbridge, where she was born 
Oct. 20, 1848. They were living at Stanbridge in 1876. (4920) 

Children of ORA and CATHARINE COREY BLAKLEY, of Stan- 
bridge, C. E. : ( 1309) 

2756 1. ROXANA BLAKLEY, born Stanbridge in 1820, and died there 
in 1841. 

2757 2. SARAH M. BLAKLEY, born Stanbridge Aug. 10, 1821 ; married, 
first, Martin W. Kelley; second, Benedict H. Corey; resided at Bedford, 
C. E., in 1876. (4923) 

2758 3- CALEB C. BLAKLEY, born Stanbridge; reported as living at 
Harrisville, Wis., in 1876. 

2579 4. ZACCHEUS A. BLAKLEY, born Sabravois April 20, 1825; died 

July 10, 1853. 

2760 5- LUKE T. BLAKLEY, born Sabravois; he was living at Stan- 
bridge in 1876. 

2761 6. JOHN F. BLAKLEY, born Stanbridge in May 1827; lived at 
Quebec, unmarried, in 1876. 

2762 7- TRUMAN F. BLAKLEY, born Stanbridge. He was living at 
Harrisville, Wis., in 1876. 

2763 8. ORA S. BLAKLEY, born Stanbridge in 1837; married Aug. 24, 
1868, Adelia West, and resided at Upper Bedford in 1876. (4926) 

2764 9- BENJAMIN F. BLAKLEY, born Stanbridge, and was living at 
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Children of REUBEN and MELINDA REYNOLDS COREY, of 
Stanbridge, C. E.: (1311) 

2765 1. PAULINA COREY, born Stanbridge April 30, 1825; married 
March 15, 1848, Horatio Nelson Bentley, a painter. They lived at 
several places in Wisconsin, and then moved to Binghamton, Cal. She 
died May 5, 1880. (4927) 

2766 2. NOAH COREY, born Stanbridge Nov. 14, 1828; married Dec. 18, 
1855, SARAH K. POTTER, born July 29, 1825, at Essex, Vt. After 
living at several places in California, they settled at Salinas, Cal. (4933) 

2767 3. HIRAM COREY, born Stanbridge March 7, 1831; a dairyman; 
married, 1st, Oct. 8, 1856, ROSANNA C. FROST, of Essex, Vt; moved 
to California, and were there in 1876, on a farm of 7,000 acres. She died 
March 9, 1900. No children. He married, second, May 22, 1901, Mrs. 
Elfreda Johnson, of King City, Cal. One child, Augusta Eleanor Corey, 
born April 4, 1902. 

2768 4. MELINDA COREY, born Stanbridge Dec. 7, 1833; married March 
6, 1856, RODNEY CARLTON REYNOLDS, son of Capt. Benjamin 
Reynolds, born Jan. 23, 1819, died May 7, 1900; resided at Moore's Sta- 
tion, C. E., in 1876. (4938) 

2769 5. CYNTHIA E. COREY, born Stanbridge June 11, 1836; married 
Oct. 8, 1857, Joseph E. Stocking, born New York Jan. 6, 1826, and they 
resided at Moro, Cal., in 1876. (4942) 

2770 6. REUBEN COREY (Capt.), born Stanbridge Sept. 21, 1838; mar- 
ried April 6, 1864, Jane E. Rosenberger, born April 6, 1844; resided at 
Buena Vista Ranch, Cal., in 1876. He died Jan. 28, 1879; she died in 
San Jose, Cal., April 24, 1892. (4948) 

2771 7. ADELAIDE COREY, born Stanbridge July 1, 1841; married in 
California, Feb. 18, 1858, George W. Case; resided at Petaluma, Cal., in 
1876. They have two sons and two daughters. (4949) 

2772 8. MINERVA E. COREY, born Stanbridge Aug. 8, 1843; married 
June 21. i860, Jared C. Hoag, born Dutchess County, N. Y., and resided 
at Bloomfield, Cal. She married, second, Oct. 12, 1889, Walter W. Telton. 
born Franklyn, Vt., April 20, 1838; resided at Mazatlan, Mexico. (4953) 

2773 9. SARAH A. COREY, born Stanbridge Aug. 4, 1845; married 
Nov. 18, 1864, Charles Littlefield, She died at Punta Arcuas, Cal., on 
March or June 1, 1871. (4957) 

2774 10. AUGUSTA F. COREY, born Stanbridge Sept. 2 or 22, 1847; 
married Jan. 7, 1866, William Parker Hall, and resided at Bloomfield, 
Cal., in 1876. (4961) 

Children of TRUMAN and PERMELIA COREY BLAKLEY, of New 
York City and elsewhere: (1312) 

2775 1. CHARLES R. BLAKLEY; lived at 171 Tenth avenue, New 
York City, in 1876. 

2776 2. HANNAH BLAKLEY; married John McGregor, a baker; resided 
in New York City in 1876. 

%777 3- LUCINA BLAKLEY; married William McGowan, and resided at 

Brandon, Vt., in 1876. (4964) 

2778 4. EARL BLAKLEY; married; his residence unknown. 

2779 5- CALEB J. BLAKLEY; served in the war, in 1861; married; 
residence unknown. 

2780 6. MEHITABLE BLAKLEY; married Taylor, and resided 

in Vermont. (4965) 



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2781 7. STEDMAN BLAKLEY; a soldier in the Rebellion, and was 
killed in battle. 

Children of CARLTON and MEHETABEL COREY McCARTY, of 
Stanbridge, C. E.: (1314) 

2782 1. JANE E. McCARTY, born Stanbridge Feb. S, 1830; married 
Alfred Bullis, and resided at Trenton, C. E., in 1876. (4966) 

2783 2. ALEXANDER T. McCARTY, born Stanbridge in October, 1831; 
married POLLY AYER. He died in December, 1855. No children. 

2784 3. JOHN L. McCARTY, born Stanbridge July 28, 1833; married 
Feb. 27, 1869, Majy J. Staples, and resided at Delaware Water Gap 
in 1876. (4979) 

2785 4. MARGARET P. McCARTY, born Stanbridge July 23, 1835, and 
died in 1856, unmarried, at Concession of Sidney, C. W. 

2786 5. CARLTON McCARTY, born Stanbridge Sept 18, 1837, and died 
there in 1839. 

Children of LUKE and ESTHER COREY HITCHCOCK, of Stan- 
bridge, C. E.: (1315) 
zfrr 1. PETER McKENNY HITCHCOCK, born Stanbridge, C. E., July 

31, 1837; married Elizabeth F. Cornell, and lived there in 1876. (4981) 

2788 a. JERUSHA HITCHCOCK; married — — ~ Rhicard, and settled 
at Upper Mills, Stanbridge; resided there in 1876. 

2789 3. WILBUR HITCHCOCK; married and settled in California, where 
they resided in 1876. 

2790 4. ESTHER HITCHCOCK; married, but nothing farther known 
of her. 

Children of ELIJAH and ALZINA COREY SPEAR, of Pike River, 
C E.:(i3i6) 

2791 1. EMILY B. SPEAR, born Pike River, C. E., Dec. 10, 1833; mar- 
ried Asa B. Atwood, and died in California Sept. 20, 1874. (4983) 

2792 2. DAVID A. SPEAR, born Pike River July 4, 1836; married Julia 
Burse; resided at Ferndale, Cal. No children. 

2793 3- HANNAH M. SPEAR, born Pike River April 1, 1840; married 
George Boomhower. She died at Pike River in August, 1875. (4986) 

2794 4- CARLETON E. SPEAR, born Pike River Nov. 14, 1844; married 
Flora Attwood, and resided near Ferndale, Cal., in 1876. (4992) 

2795 5. SARAH A. SPEAR, born Pike River Oct. 29, 1848; married 
Frederick Richardson; resided near Ferndale, Cal., in 1876. (4994)) 

Children of MARTIN and SOPHIA KELLEY COREY, of Stanbridge, 
C. E.:(i3i7) 

2796 1. ESTHER COREY, born Stanbridge May 21, 1836; married there, 
William Holmes, and resided there in 1892. (5003) 

2797 2. CALEB J. COREY, born Stanbridge Oct. 25, 1837; married, first, 
Sarah A. Nichols ; second, Martha Gibson ; resided at Bedford until he 
died, March 20, 1886. (5010) 

2798 3. SARAH M. COREY, born Stanbridge Oct. 18, 1839, and died 
there Feb. 6, 1841. 

2799 4. DENTON K. COREY, born Stanbridge June 3, 1842; died in New 
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Children of MARTIN and (his second wife) LAURA M. CASEY 
COREY, of Stanbridge, C. E.: (1317) 

2800 5. RUTH ANN COREY, born Stanbridge March 21, 1845; married 
at West Boylston, Mass., Feb. 16, 1870, Frank E. Foster, born June 30, 
1848, a tanner. They resided at Keene, N. H., in 1892. No children. J 

2801 6. AVIS MAHALA COREY, born Stanbridge Sept. 1, 1846; mar- 
ried, first, Elmer H. Fisher; second, Edwin Blodgett; resided at Minne- 
apolis in 1892. (501 1 ) 

2802 7. ELLEN M. COREY, born Stanbridge April 27, 1850; married 
Aaron R. Martin. She died at Bedford Sept. 25, 1874. (5013) 

2803 8. ASENATH MARIA COREY, born Stanbridge July 14, 185 1 ; 
died there, unmarried. She was a devoted Methodist, an accomplished 
leader of church singing, and died a triumphant Christian death at Bed- 
ford, C. E., April 26, 1878. She selected hymns and text for her funeral 
service. 

2804 9. SARAH AMELIA COREY, born Stanbridge Nov. 23, 1853 ; mar- 
ried Feb. 6, 1881, William Elisha Martin; resided at Bedford, C. E., in 
1892. (5016) 

2805 10. E. ELIZABETH COREY, born Stanbridge June 2, 1858; married 
in October, 1877, Fayette Z. Corey. She died there Nov. 13, 1885. (5022) 

2806 n. MARTIN JOSHUA COREY, born Stanbridge April 28, 1866; 
married in New Dulhuth, Minn., June 10, 1896, Addie May Hackett, born 
in 1896; residence, Springfield, Mass., in 1900. (5024a) ) 

Children of EARL R. and SOPHIA OVIATT DELANO, of Shoreham, 

Vt. 1(1319) 

2807 1. Eliza Delano, born Shoreham, Vt., Jan. 19, 1834; married Rodman 
C. Greene. She died in October, i860. 

2808 2. Mary Delano, born Shoreham Sept. 7, 1837; married Rodman C. 
Greene, who first married her sister Eliza. He died in 1866. She resided 
with her father in 1896. (5025) 

2809 3- Frank Delano, born Shoreham April 28, 1840; married Flora S. 
Camp, and lived at Randolph, N. Y., in 1876. (5027) 

2810 4. Gordon A. Delano, born Shoreham March 19, 1852 ; further account 
not obtained. 

281 1 5. Warner Delano, born Shoreham May 8, 1856; further account 
not obtained. 

Children of ELIUD and HANNAH MARVIN ROCKWELL, of Wilton, 
Conn.: (1321) 

2812 1. Mary Ann Rockwell, born Wilton, Conn., March 29, 1808; died 
there, unmarried, in September, 1830. 

2813 2. Susan Rockwell, born Wilton April 30, 1810; married at Norwalk, 
Conn., Frederick Cropper, and died there in May, 1835. 

2814 3. Sally Rockwell, born Wilton Aug. 25, 1812; married Thomas W. 
, Bussing, and settled in Norwalk, where he died in November, 1890. 

2815 4. Harmon Rockwell, born Wilton July 14, 1814; not married; went 
to Kansas, and died at Waterville, Kan., in October, 1873. 

2816 5. Horace Rockwell, born Wilton March 18, 1816; unmarried; went 
to California; further unknown. 

2817 6. Betsey Rockwell, born Wilton July 21, 1818; died in infancy in 
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2818 7. Jane Rockwell, born Wilton July 13, 1820; unmarried; died at 
Norwalk March 23, 1883. 

2819 8. Homer Rockwell, born Wilton Sept 5, 1822 ; married May 20, 1857, 
Frances J. Baxter, and settled in Norwalk, Conn., where they resided, on 
West avenue, in 1895. (5028) 

2820 9. Hiram Rockwell, born Wilton June 8, 1825; unmarried; went to 
Waterville, Kan., and died there in March, 1874. 

2821 10. Hannah Rockwell, born Wilton Jan. 18, 1827; married William 
P. Baxter, Jan. 26, 1853; settled at South Norwalk, and resided there 
in 1895. (5029) 

Children of BILLY, son of Clapp and Abigail Rockwell, and ESTHER 
MARVIN ROCKWELL, of Wilton, Conn.: (1322) 

2822 1. Sally Rockwell, born Wilton, Conn.; married John Brown, and 
moved to Minnesota. 

2823 2. Esther Rockwell, born Wilton in 181 1; married Samuel F. Lam- 
bert, and died at Wilton in August, 1891. 

2824 3. Amanda Rockwell, born Wilton in 1813; married Frederick Bene- 
dict, and died at Wilton in August, 1890. He died in 1881. 

2825 4. William Lorenzo Rockwell, born Wilton in 1819; not married; he 
died at Wilton in February, 1892, aged 73 years. 

2826 5. Giles Gregory Rockwell, born Wilton in 1822; married Caroline 
Betts; resided at Wilton in 1895. (5032) 

2827 6. Emily Rockwell, born Wilton about 1828; married William H. 
Cornwell, and moved to St. Charles, Minn. 

Children of JOSIAH and POLLY ROCKWELL (daughter of Clapp and 
Abigail Gregory Rockwell) GILBERT, of South Salem and Michi- 
gan: (1323) 

2828 1. Mary Elizabeth Gilbert, born Feb. 15, 1826; married, first, in 1843, 
John T. Collier, who died. She married, second, Eli Bates, a lumber 
dealer of Chicago, 111. She died. 

2829 2. Sarah Laura Gilbert; married Perry Beers. He married, second, 
in January, 1892, her cousin, Widow Helen Reed Benedict Morehouse, 
and resided at Norwalk. 

2830 3. Josiah Gilbert, Jr. ; he died in, childhood. 

Children of CLARK and ABI ROCKWELL HOLMES, of Wilton, 
Conn.: (1324) 

2831 1. Augusta Holmes, born Wilton; married Sylvester Abbott. He 
died at Wilton. 

2832 2. Mary Holmes, born Wilton; married Stephen James, and both 
died at Wilton. 

2833 3. Araminta Holmes, born Wilton; married Charles Hanford. She 
died in April, 1838. 

2834 4. Joseph Rockwell Holmes, born Wilton ; married Betsey Ann Aiken. 
He died at Wilton. 

2835 5. Amelia Holmes, born Wilton; married George Baringer. Both 
died at Wilton, and left one child, John Baringer. 

2836 6. Philander Holmes, born Wilton; not married. He died in youth. 
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Children of PHILANDER and ELIZA FITCH ROCKWELL, of 
Wilton, Conn. : ( 1326) 

2837 1. Thomas Fitch Rockwell, born Wilton, Conn., Oct. 12, 1819; mar- 
Charlotte Baker, born in February, 1823. She died June 17, 1847. He 
died Nov. 22, 1858. (5033) 

2838 2. George Fairchild Rockwell, born Wilton Aug. 7, 1822; never 
married; died at Wilton Jan. 1, 1842. 

3?30 3- Sarah Ann Rockwell, bom Wilton March 29, 1824 ; never married ; 

resided at Wurtzborough, N. Y., in 1895. 

2840 4 Charles Frederick Rockwell, born Wilton Feb. 13, 1826; married 
July 29, 1849, Eliza J. Bessey, born Jan. 3, 183 1 ; resided at Girard, Pa.„ 
in 1892. (5034) 

2841 5. Daniel Francis Rockwell, born Wilton Nov. 6, 1827; married 
March 3, 1852, Margaretta Hurd, born July 31, 1832 ; lived at Waterbury* 
and afterward moved to New Haven, and resided there in 1892. (5038) 

2842 6. Jehiel Gregory Rockwell, born Wilton Aug, 16, 1829 ; married Sept. 
21, 1868, Elizabeth Williams, born Nov. 21, 1846. He died Jan. 30, 1890. 
She resided at Norwalk, Conn., in 1895. 

3843 7. Lydia Em$line Rockwell, born Wilton Feb. 3, 1834 ; never married ; 

died at Wilton Nov. I9> 1858. 

2844 8. Roswell Betts Rockwell, born Wilton May 7Z t 1834; married Sept 
30, 1855, Francis Lewis, born in April, 1834; resided at Stepoey, Conn., 
in 1892. (504?) 

2845 9. John Clapp Rockwell, born Wilton Feb. 2, 1838; married April 4, 
1864, Margaret Oliphant, born March 7, 1843; resided at Girard, Pa., 
in 1892. (5044) 

Children of FREDERICK and MARIA MARVIN ROCKWELL, of 
Wilton, Conn.: (1336) 
2845a 1. Eunice Rockwell, born Wilton; married Tobey Bussing, and died 

at Norwalk. 
2845b 2. Dorinda Rockwell, born Wilton; married, first, Joseph Fitch; 

second, Salathiel Thomas. 
2845c 3. George Rockwell, born Wilton Jan. 7, 1809; married July 6, 1836; 

Margaret Libey, born June .28, 1818. He died Dec. 281, 1870, at Ontario, 

Indiana. 
2845d 4. *Samuel Marvin Rockwell, born Wilton Dec. 2, 181 1; married 

Maria P. Libey, who was born in Perry County, Pa., Nov. 14, 1814. They 

settled in Shelby, O., where they spent their lives and died-— he April 3, 

1878; she Feb. 15, 1884. 
2845c 5. Frederick Rockwell, born Wilton, and died in youth. 
2&45f 6. Maria Rockwell, born Wilton, and died young; scalded to death. 



♦Note. — The above Samuel M. Rockwell, being left an orphan at the 
age of 4 years, was taken by his grandparents in the autumn of 1816 to 
Shelby, O., where in a few months his grandfather was killed by an 
accident, and at a very early age he was left to his own resources. By 
dint of inherent principle and capacity, a life of honor and respect was 
evolved, culminating in a peaceful and triumphant death in the midst 
of his family and friends, April 3, 1878, at Shelby, where his life had 
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Children of CLAPP RAYMOND and ELLEN HUBBELL ROCK- 
WELL, of Wilton, Conn.: (1328) 

2846 1. Levi Rockwell, born at Wilton, Conn.; a veteran of the War of 
1862, and belongs to the Police Department of Philadelphia. 

2847 2. Jane Rockwell, born Wilton; married Henry Crofut. He died at 
Newark, N. J. 

Children of CLAPP and (his second wife) ELIZABETH CROSS 
ROCKWELL, of Wilton, Conn.: (1328) 

2848 3. Jeanette Rockwell, born Wilton; married, and resided at Smith 
River. 

2849 4. Ann Atnelia Rockwell, born Wilton; resided at Danbury, Conn. 

2850 5. Darius Rockwell, born Wilton ; married ; served in the army during 
the war; belongs to the Philadelphia Police Department. 

Children of DANIEL STARR and — — ROCKWELL, of Ridgefield, 
Conn.: (1335) 
2850a 1. Ralph Rockwell, born probably at Ridgefield. 
2850b 2. Bryan Titus Rockwell, born probably at Ridgefield. 
This family settled in the West. 

Children of DAVID R. and his two wives, (first) MAftY ANN HAR- 
WOOD and (second) SARAH HARWOOD ROCKWELL, of 
Plainfield, N. J.: (1342) 

2851 I. Matilda Rockwell; married Seward, a nephew of Gov. 

W. H. Seward. They traveled in Europe for her health. She died 
about 1853. 

2852 2. Sarah Rockwell; never married; further unknown. 

2B53 3. Emma Rockwell ; married Samuel J. Halsey. He became a promi- 

nent man. They resided at Plainfield, N. J. 

2854 4. Wilson Hunt Rockwell; died in youth, probably at Plainfield, N. J. 

Children of SMITH and ROCKWELL, of Philadelphia, Pa.: 

(1346) 

2855 1. John Rockwell; further not known. 

2856 2. Emily Rockwell; further unknown. 

2857 3. Carrie Rockwell; further not known. 

2858 4. Amos Rockwell; further unknown. 

Children of JAMES and ABIGAIL WHITEHEAD ROCKWELL, of 
Stanbridge, P. Q., and Berkshire, Vt: (1272) 
285$ 1. Madison Rockwell, born Stanbridge, C. E., in 1817, and died there, 

aged about 2 years. 

2860 2. Orthna Rockwell, born Stanbridge June 26, 1819; married, first, 
Marilla Sherman; second, Orpha Hurlburt. Had no children. Lived at 
Fairfield, Vt. He died at Richford, Vt., in 1886. 

2861 3. John Evacton Rockwell, born Stanbridge April 25, 1821; married, 
first, July 1, 1845, Elizabeth Hawley, born in 1828. He married, second, 
July 28, 1879, Widow Velora A. Whitcher, born April 17, 1838; reside! 
at Waterloo, P. Q., in 1895. (5045a) 

2862 4. Albert Levi Rockwell, born March 3, 1823; married, first, Arvilla 

Moody; second, Huldah ; settled at Elmwood, Mass. He died at 

Greenfield, N. H., Dec. 5, 1893. 



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2863 5. Caroline Rockwell, born Stanbridge Jan. 12, 1825 ; married Chaun- 
cey Sears, who died at Sutton, Mass. (date unknown). She resided 
there in 1894. 

2864 6. Adelia Rockwell, born Stanbridge June 13, 1828; died at Sutton, 
unmarried, Aug. 19, 1853. 

2865 7. Althea Malvina Rockwell, born at Berkshire, Vt., Feb. 16, 1830; 
married Cornelius P. Kendall. They settled at Newport Centre. She 
died Aug. 24, 1890. He resided Coventry, Vt., in 1894. 

2866 8. Julia Rockwell, born Berkshire, Vt., June 10, 1836; further un- 
known. 

2867 9. Ruby Ann Rockwell, born Richford, Vt., May 11, 1841 ; married 
Simon Peter Morris, and resided at Rondout, N. Y. 

Children of NIRAM W. and BETSEY CHAPPELL ROCKWELL, of 
Stanbridge, C. E.: (1273) 

2868 1. Horation N. Rockwell, born Stanbridge April 1, 1821; married 
in 1854, Hannah Sails. He died at Iron Hills in 1876. (5046) 

2. Phebe A. Rockwell, born Stanbridge Aug. 8, 1822; married at 
Franklin Centre, Vt., Andrew Stevens, who died at Broome, C. E., in 
1874. She resided at Iron Hills in 1894. 

2870 3. Abi Augusta Rockwell, born Stanbridge March 25, 1824; married, 
first, Edward E. Oakley; he died at Broome. She married, second, 
George Banfill; he died at South Bolton. She married, third, Creighton 
Miles. They resided at Eden, Vt. P. O. West Albany, Vt, in 1894. (5052) 

2871 4. Anson John Rockwell, born Stanbridge Dec. 25, 1825; married 
Louisa Williams. He died at Santa Momia, Cal., Oct. 21, 18 — . She 
was living with her son, L. A. Rockwell, in 1894. (5061) 

2872 5. Electa A. Rockwell, born Stanbridge April 28, 1828 ; married Daniel 
Pratt. They moved to Vista, Cal., and both died there. (5059) — 

2873 6. Wildman Niram Rockwell, born Stanbridge Feb. 11, 1830; married 
Lucinda Williams. He died at Cadillac, Mich., in 1884. She resided 
with her daughter, Mrs. Bragg, in 1894. (5062) 

2874 7. Angeline Rockwell, born Stanbridge Aug. 20, 1832; married at 
East Farnham, James A. Purinton. She died there in 1864. He died 
at Chelsea in 1883. (5064) 

2875 8. Emily E. Rockwell, born Stanbridge Jan. 22, 1834; never married; 
died at Albany, Vt., in 1862, and was buried there. 

2876 9. Diana E Rockwell, born East Farnham March 27, 1837; married 
Creighton Miles. She died at Hardwick, Vt., and was buried at Albany, 
Vt. (5065) 

2877 10. Alma J. Rockwell, born East Farnham, Mass., July 28, 1839; 
married Oct. 24, 1859, Orison P. Miles. She died at Hardwick, Vt., Sept. 
28, 1869. He resided at Eden, Vt., in 1894. (5071) 

Children of WILLIAM and DIANTHA ROCKWELL (daughter of 
Timothy and Phebe Rockwell) PRATT, probably of Canada: (1274) 

2878 1. Wildman Pratt, born Cornwall, Vt. ; a hotelkeeper; married Mary 
Broister, anad died at Newtown (date not known). (5073) 

2879 2. Hollis Pratt, born Cornwall; married West, and went to 

Wisconsin. 

2880 3. James Pratt, born Cornwall; married Mary Gray, and resided at 
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2881 4. Philemon Pratt, born Cornwall; married Helen , and resided 

at Elgin, 111. 

2882 5. Amos Pratt, born Cornwall ; resides at San Juan, Cal. 

2^8^ 6. Lovira Pratt, born Cornwall; married, first Pratt; second, 

Noble Case. She died about 1855. Both died at Essex Centre. 

Children of HARRIS and MARY F. ROCKWELL MORGAN, of 
Newtown, Conn.: (1337O 
2883a 1. Dora Morgan; married Peter Boystoii, and resided at Newtown. 

2883b 2. Mary Augusta Morgan; married, first, Charles O. Seymour; 

second, Middlebrook; resided at Bald Hill, North Wilton. (5073a) 

2883c 3. Fanny M. Morgan ; married Charles Webster, and resided at South 

Salem, N. Y. (5073b) 
2883d 4. Wilbur Morgan ; not married ; residence North Wilton. 

2883c 5. Albert N. Morgan; married (wife's name not known). 

Children of DAVID and ABIGAIL WORKS ROCKWELL, of Hunts- 
burg, O.: (1347) 

2884 1. Mariam Rockwell, born Ridgebury about 1826; married in 1845, 
Sidney Conley, and resided at Huntsburg, O. She died in 1858. He died 
in 1888. (5074) 

2885 2. Enos Rockwell, born Ridgebury in 1828; an invalid; never mar- 
ried ; died at Huntsburg, O., in 1854. 

2886 3. Israel B. Rockwell, born Ridgebury in 1830; was injured and died 
in August, 1859. 

2887 4. Adaliza T. Rockwell, born Ridgebury in 1832; married at Green- 
castle, Pa., in 1848, Solomon Palmer, born in 1826. She died in March, 
1888. (5079) 

2888 5. George Rockwell, born Ridgebury April 4, 1834; married, first, 
Melissa DeLong, at East Claridon, O., in 1855; she died at Marengo, 111., 
in i860. He married, second, at Pleasanton, la., Helen Morey, in Decem- 
ber, 1864; she died in 1887. He died at Hamilton Township, la., in 
1877. (5081 and 5083) 

2889 6. Frances Rockwell, born Ridgebury in 1836, and died in Huntsburg, 
O., in December, 1858. 

2890 7. Orange Rockwell, born Ridgebury in 1838, and died in 1839, aged 
9 months. 

2891 8. Deborah Ann Rockwell, born Ridgebury March 3, 1841 ; married y^ 
in Hamilton Township, la., in 1855, David Morey. She died there in 
December, 1888. He resided there in 1893. (5087) 

2892 9. Adaline Abigail Rockwell, born Huntsburg. O., Feb. 18, 1844; 
married April 4, 1864, Philander L. Perry. He died Jan. 14, 1890. She 
resided at Danbury in 1895. (5099) 

Children of Dr. RICHARD W. and ELIZABETH PEARCE ROCK- 
WELL, of Danbury and Brooklyn: (1349) 

2893 1. Betsey L. Rockwell, born Danbury Jan. 22, 1835; married June 2, 
1852, Charles H. Cogswell. She died at Danbury July 28, 1870. He was 
living at Norwalk in 1898. (5104) 

2894 2. Elithial Virginia Rockwell, born Danbury April 18, 1837; married 
Dec. 22, 1859, James A. Betts; resided at 739 DeKalb avenue, Brooklyn, 
in 1893. (5106) 

2895 3. Fanny A. Rockwell, born Danbury March 4. 1839: married Feb 2& 



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1859, Peter N. Ryan. He died in California. She died in St Louis, 
Aug. 2, i860. 
2696 4. Augustus Rockwell, born Guilford, N. Y., March 4, 1840; married 

Harriet Chase, and resided at Bronxville, N. Y., in 1893. (5108) 

2897 5. Mary Keziah Rockwell, born Sidney, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1845; mar- 
ried June 18, 1857, Edgar S. Knapp. They lived at Wappinger Falls. 
She died June 2, 1881. He died about 1886. (51 10) 

2898 6. Achsah J. Rockwell, born July 25, 1848; married at Brooklyn, 
about 1871, Thomas Comiskey, of Brooklyn. (5 114) 

Children of and ROXANA SMITH CRANE, of Charlton, N. Y. : 

(1350) ) 

2899 1. Laura Crane, born about 1825 ; lived at Charlton, N. Y. 

2900 2. Timothy Crane, born about 1827; lived at Charlton, N. Y. 

Child of CORTES and REBECCA ROCKWELL (daughter of Thomas 
and Deborah Rockwell) MERCHANT, of Redding, Conn.: (1356) 

2901 1. Georgianna Merchant, born Redding, Conn., about 1830, and died 
at Redding in 1835. 

2902 2. Georgianna Merchant, born Redding, Conn., Oct. 3, 1836; married 
in November, 1855, Anan Stillson, who died at Bridgeport, Conn., March 
8, 1874. She married, second, at Redding, Conn., June 3, 1879, Dr. John 
H. Benedict, and resided at Danbury, Conn., in 1893. (51 18) 

Children of RUFUS T. and HARRIET NICHOLS ROCKWELL, of 
Mill Plain, Town of Danbury, Conn.: (1357) 
2903. 1. Pauline Seeley Rockwell, born South East, N. Y., in September, 

1850; not married; resided at Danbury, Conn., in 1894. 

2904 2. Oscar N. Rockwell, born South East, N. Y., in November, 1852; 
married Josephine Stone, and resided at Mill Plain in 1894. (5121) 

2905 3. Rufus T. Rockwell, Jr., born South East, N. Y., in 1855; married 
at Mill Plain, in September, 1886, Lina Percelles, and settled at Mill 
Plain, where he kept a general store and post-office. In 1894 he sold out 
and settled in Danbury. (51 19) 

2906 4. William Rockwell, born South East, N. Y., in 1858, and died, 
unmarried, in Mill Plain, in 1885. 

2907 5. Hattie Rockwell, born South East. N. Y., in 1859; married Frank 
Beards ley ? and resided at Danbury in 1894. No children. 

Children of RUFUS T. and (his second wife) MARY E. HOWE ROCK- 
WELL, of Mill Plain, Conn.: (1357) 

2908 6. Cortes C. Rockwell, born Mill Plain, Conn., Dec. 7, 1878, and 
resided with his parents at Mill Plain in 1895. 

2909 7. Howard Howe Rockwell, born Mill Plain Aug. 5, 1881; resided 
with his parents at Mill Plain in 1895. 

2910 8. Garry Rockwell, born Mill Plain Sept. 5, 1884, and resided there 
with his parents in 1895. 

291 1 9. Sidney Durrell Rockwell, born Mill Plain Aug. 22, 1886; resided 
there with his parents in 1895. 

Children of JESSE B. and MARY DEAN HORTON, of Fishkill. 
N. Y.:(i36o) 

2912 1. Mary Elma Horton. born at Fishkill. N. Y.. about 1846; married 



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John Kempton. He died about 1883. She resided at Stamford, Conn., 
in 1893. (5123) 

2913 2. Carrie Horton, born about 1848; married Augustus Case, and 
settled in West Simsbury; resided there in 1893. (5124) 

2914 3. Ambrose Horton, born about 185 1 ; married, and resided at Stam- 
ford in 1893. No children. 

2915 4. George Dean Horton, born Fishkill, N. Y., about 1855, and died in 
childhood (date not known). 

Children of ABRAHAM Ji. and MARY HORTON TODD, of Katonah, 
N. Y.:(i36i) 

2916 1. Opelia Todd, born Katonah in 1842; married Alfred Avery, and 
resided at Katonah in 1893. (5125) 

2917 2. George E. Todd, born Katonah about 1844; married Clorinda 
(Linnie) Merritt, and resided at Katonah in 1893. (5126) 

2918 3. Horace Horton Todd, born Katonah about 1846; married Addie 
Wickware, and resided at Katonah in 1893. (5130) 

2919 4. Susan Maria Todd, born Katonah about 1850; married Samuel H. 
Everett, and resided at New York City in 1893. (5133) 

2920 5. Henry Wilson Todd, born Katonah; not married; resides in 
New York City. 

Children of LEONARD B. and LORETTA HORTON TODD, of 
Lewisboro, N. Y.: (1362) 

2921 1. Daniel H. Todd, born in 1849; married Florence Green, and 
resided at Golden Bridge in 1895. 

2922 2. Helena Todd, born about 1852; not married; resided at Katonah 
in 1893- 

2923 3. Julia Todd, born about 1854; married Theron J. Horton, son of 
George W. and Deborah Todd Horton, and resided at Golden. Bridge in 
1893. (5137) 

2924 4. Millie Todd, born about 1857; married Albert Van Scoy; resided 
at Brewster's, N. Y. No children. 

Children of MORGAN, son of Daniel and Susan Rockwell Horton, and 
JANE A. NORTHROP HORTON, of Milltown, Putnam County, 
N. Y. 1(1363) 

2925 1. Inez Augusta Horton, born Milltown, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1851 ; married 
at Milltown, Aug. 23, 1870, John Hull, of Milltown, where he was born 
Nov. 29, 1844. He was a farmer, and they settled on a firm on Hull's 
Hill, near Danbury, where they resided in 1895. (5140) 

2926 2. Franklin Northrop Horton, born Milltown June 11, 1852; married 
at Pound Ridge, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1875, Lois Hannah Scofield. He is a 
Customs House officer in the New York Customs House, and resided 
at Mt. Kisco, N. Y., in 1893. (514O 

2927 3. George William Horton, born Milltown Jan. 21, 1857; married 
in New York City, Oct. 27, 1881, Isabel Wilson Kane. He was educated 
as a lawyer, but preferring a farmer's life, settled on the old homestead 
at Milltown, where they resided in 1895. 

3928 4. Ira Daniel Horton, born Milltown, Nov. 3, 1858; married Dec. 14, 

1881. at Bedford Station. N. Y.. Eliza Sutton, born June 15, 1861; 
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Children of HENRY T. and MARIA HORTON WILSON, of Brewster, 
N. Y.:(i 3 6 5 ) 

2929 1. Mary A. Wilson, born Milltown Nov. 14, 1851; married, first, 
Foster Newton ; he died about 1878. She married, second, Foster Tillott- 
son, who carries on the livery business at 71 Willoughby avenue, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., in 1895. (5145) 

2930 2. Marvin H. Wilson, born Milltown, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1854; married 
Nov. 27, 1886, in Cold Spring, N. Y., Cassie Yeamans, and resided at 
Waterbury, Conn., in 1895. (5148) 

2931 3. Annie I. Wilson, born Milltown March 12, 1858; married Nov. 18, 
1886, George E. Swan, an engineer. They resided at Hartford, Conn., 
in 1895. (5149) 

Children of GARRY and SUSAN FERGUSON BARNUM: (1368) 

2932 1. William Henry Barnum, born May 3, 1844; married, first, Eliza- 
beth Delevan; second, Mary Northrup. 

2933 2. George Edgar Barnum, born Aug. 6, 1846; married Mary Goodsell. 

2934 3. David Rockwell Barnum, born Aug. 20, 1848 ; married Sarah . 

Children of ABRAHAM and ELIZA M. KING FERGUSON, of 
Peekskill, N. Y. : (1369) 

2935 1. Harriet Ferguson, born probably at Peekskill, N. Y., about 1838. 

2936 2. Mary Ferguson, born probably at Peekskill, N. Y., about 1841. 

2937 3- Sarah Ferguson, born probably at Peekskill, N. Y., about 1844. 

Children of BRADLEY and EMILY D. FERGUSON MERCHANT, of 
Greenwood, McHenry County, 111.: (1370) 

2938 1. George Merchant, born about 1837; not married; a farmer of 
Greenwood, 111. 

2939 '2. John Merchant, born about 1839. 

2940 3. Charles Merchant, born about 1843. 

Children of DAVID R. and MARIETTE GREGORY FERGUSON, of 
Mill Plain, Conn.: (1371) 

2941 1. Augustus H. Ferguson, born Mill Plain Aug. 15, 1840; married 
Dec. 5, i860, Sarah Perry; settled there, and moved to Danbury, and 
resided there in 1895. (5*50) 

2942 2. Fidelia A. Ferguson, born Mill Plain Aug. 28, 1844; married June 
28, 1864, Charles B. Prindle, son of Joseph Prindle (see his record), of 
Mill Plain, Conn. (5152a) 

2943 3- Frederick B. Ferguson, born Jan. 7, 1855; married Aug. 15, 1877, 
Cornelia Stokes, born Jan. 16, 1848; resided at Mill Plain. No children. 

Children of FREDERICK and HARRIET ROCKWELL KEYSER, of 
West Norwalk: (1374) 

2944 1. Frederick A. Keyser, born Jan. 20, 1838; married, first, Sept. 11, 
1864, Mary Lounsbury, of Tarrytown. where she was born in 1838; she 
died in November, 1878. He married, second, March 28, 1879, Kate 
Hathaway, born Rondout Sept. 15, 1845. He died Oct. 6, 1885. 

2945 2. Amanda Keyser, born June 19. 184 1, and died Aug. 3, 1881. 

2946 3. Mary Matilda Keyser, born Feb. 25, 1844 and died June 1, 1870. 



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Children of BENEDICT G. and ELIZA ROCKWELL CROFUT, of 
Danbury, Conn. 1(1373) 

2947 1. Stephen M. Crofut, born Danbury March 15, 1839; died at Dan- 
bury March 21, 1839. 

2948 2. Charles H. Crofut, born Danbury t May 27, 1840; married at 
Huntsburg, O., March 11, 1866, Martha P'. Curtis, born Nov. 4, 1847^ 
They resided at East Claridon, O., in 1893. (5153) 

2949 3. Stephen T. Crofut, born Danbury June 17, 1842; married at 
Claridon, O., Feb. 22, 1864, Emma L. Cummings, born at Green, Trum- 
bull County, O., July 10, 1845 They resided at East Claridon in 1893. 

Child of GEORGE and SARAH M. LYNES ROCKWELL, of Ridgebury, 
Conn.: (1375) 

2950 1. Daniel L. Rockwell, born Ridgebury, Conn., Feb. 10, 1830; married 
Nov. 11, 1852, at Yates, Orleans County, N. Y., Phebe Ann Skellenger, 
born Jan. 31, 1830; residence, 419 W. 22d street, New York City, in» 
1893. (5154) 

Children of ELI and ADELIA ANN SMITH ROCKWELL, of Ridge- 
bury, Conn. : ( 1376) 

2951 1. Belinda Rockwell, born Ridgebury Feb. 26, 1832; married at 
Ridgebury, May 31, 1853, Edward M. Townsend, a merchant of New 
York City, where they lived. They afterwards moved to Oyster Bay, 
where she died, April 13, 1882. (5158) 

2952 2. Sanford Coley Rockwell, born Ridgebury Sept. 17, 1840; died 
Oct. 17, 1840. 

Children of EDWIN and RACHEL BOUGHTON ROCKWELL, of 
Ridgebury, Conn., and Albion, N. Y. : (1382) 

2953 1. Sarah M. Rockwell, born Albion, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1834; married 
Oct. 7, 1851, Edwin J. Barber, and resided at Yates, N. Y. (5172b) 

2954 2. Charles E. Rockwell, born Barre, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1837; married 
Jan. 27, 1861, at Lyndon, N. Y., Ella M. Von Bracklin, and resided at 
Otisville, Mich. 

Children by second wife, LORAIN PECK ROCKWELL, of Albion, 
Mich. : 

2955 3. George P. Rockwell, born Fowler, St. Lawrence County, N. Y. r 
July 25, 184 1 ; married at Yates, N. Y., in i860; resided at Albion, Mich., 
in 1893- 

2956 4. Emma E. Rockwell, born Barry, N. Y., April ir, 1843; married 
Henry D. Smith, born June 18, 1838. She died Oct. 9, 1880. (5165)) 

2957 5. Evans Rockwell, born Yates, Orleans County, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1845; 
was married, and died in California, Nov. 1, 1872. His widow resided at 
Albion, Mich., in 1893. 

2958 6. Horace P. Rockwell, born Yates, Orleans County, N. Y., Nov. 11, 
1852; nothing further known. 

Children of WATSON B. and KATE J. WHITING ROCKWELL, of 
Arizona and Colorado: (1386) 
2958a 1. Cora Belle Rockwell, born Pittsfield, 111., July 4, i860; married at 

Chicago, 111., Oct. 18. 1883, Elias W. Van Voorhees. 
2958b 2. Helen Mary Rockwell, born Pittsfield, 111., Jan. 6, 1864; married 



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at Denver, Col., Nov. 24, 1885, Richard H. Sterling, of Cleveland. She 
died fhere Jan. 21, 1886, aged 20 years. 

Children of CHARLES and SALLY FANTON ROCKWELL, of Ridge- 
bury, Conn.: (1372)* 
.2959 1. Mary Louisa Rockwell, born Ridgebury, Conn., Feb. 2. 1837; mar- 

ried Dec. 7, 1862, William T. Barnum, born July 26, 1825; he died at 
Elgin, 111., March 27, 1874. (5167) 

2960 2. Sarah Maria Rockwell, born Ridgebury Oct. 6, 1839; married, 
first, Nov. 27, 1861, Reuben H. Knapp; he died Dec. 10, 1861. She 
married, second, George W. Horton, and resided in West Virginia in 
1893. No children. 

Children of "CHARLES and his second wife, MARY ANN JONES 
ROCKWELL: (1372) 

2961 3. Stephen Rockwell, born Ridgebury April 12, 1843 1 married in May, 
1869, Nellie Calhoun; he died at Westport Sept. 26, 1874; she died in 
June, 1881. (5169) 

2962 4. Phebe Jane Rockwell, born Ridgebury Nov. 2, 1844 i married March 
4, 1872, Oliver H. Perry; resided at Danbury in 1893. 

.S963 5. Francis A. Rockwell, born Ridgebury June 27, 1846. 

2964 6. George Rockwell, born May 27, 1848; married Myrtice Pierce, of 
Southbury. They resided at Bainbridge, N. Y., in 1893. (5170) 

2965 7. Edwin Rockwell born March 18, 1850; married at Bethel, May 13, 
1885, Margaret Wunderlich; resided at Bethel in 1893. (5173) 

2966 8. Charles Jay Rockwell, born Oct. 4. 1851 ; married at Bethel. April 
13. 1873, Sarah Frances Pierce, born in Virginia in 1844; resided at 
Danbury in 1893. (5176) 

2967 9. Ann A. Rockwell, born June 16, 1853. and died Aug. 21, 1853. 
5968 10. Harriet Eliza Rockwell, born June 26, 1855 ; married June 23, 1873, 

Sidney True, born in England in 185 1 ; resided at Bethel in 1893. (5179) 
£969 11. Coleman Townsend Rockwell, born April 4, 1857; married April 

22, 1881, Ella Andrews, born Aug. 12. 1855; resided at Danbury in 
1893. (5185) 

Children of EZRA and SARAH WILDMAN BOUTON, of Danbury, 
Conn.: (1388) 

3970 1. Mary Boughton, born Danbury, Conn., Sept. 12, 1806; married at 

Danbury, Sept. 28, 1825, George Fry, a merchant of Danbury, who was 
born Sept. 11, 1802. They settled at Troy, N. Y. He died at Hartford, 
Vt., Sept 24, 1882. She died at Hartford Sept. 29, 1884. 

2971 2. Rebecca Boughton, born Danbury, Conn., June 8, 1808; married at 

Danbury, in 1830, Milo Barnum, and settled at Troy, N. Y. 

S972 3. Hannah Wildman Boughton, born Danbury, Conn., Aug. 4, 1810; 

married there, in January, 1834, Rev. Willis Lord. She died at Colorado 
Springs, Aug. 6, 1882. He died at Gilford, Conn.. Oct. 28. 1888. 

2973 4. Ezra Wildman Boughton, born Troy, N. Y.. May 20, 1814; mar- 

ried, first, in 1843, Esther Ann Dana, born Aug. 28, 1822. She died at 
Troy, N. Y., May 9, 185 1. He married, second, at Bennington, Vt, June 



*No*«. — He married, third. Feb. 2t. 1872, Sally Brown, and he died 
Sept. 19, 1877. She was living at Greenfield Hill in 1893, as wife of 
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21, 1853, Catharine Jane Lyman, born March 1, 1829. They lived at 
Troy, where he conducted a large mercantile business as E. W. Boughton 
& Co., and resided there in 1892. He died Oct 29, 1892. (5189 and 5191) 

2974 5. Elizabeth Benedict Boughton, born Danbury March 30, 1816; 
married at Danbury, April 17, 1839, Myron K. Moore, and settled in the 
West. She died at Blue Earth City, Minn., Jan. 1, 1883. He died July 
29, 1863. 

2975 6. Thomas Lockwood Boughton, born Danbury Feb. 22, 1818; mar- 
ried at Ottawa, 111., about 1846, and died of cholera (date unknown) ; 
had but one daughter and one son, who died in the war. 

2976 7. Eli Henry Boughton, born Danbury Feb. & 1820 ; married at Troy, 
N. Y., Dec. 16, 1845, Olive Whitaker, born at Cheshire, Mass., Dec. 8, 
1823. He died at Troy in 1888. 

2977 8. Edward Morris Boughton, born Danbury Aug. 29, 1822; married 
Jan. 24, 1849, Martha A. Wolf, born Sept. 8, 1826. They were living at 
Troy in 1891. 

Children of HANFORD N. and RACHEL WILDMAN (see Iter record) 
LOCKWOOD, of Troy, N. Y.: (1389 and 1437) 

2978 1. Thomas Wildman Lockwood, born Troy Aug. 8, 1811; married 
there, Nov. 22, 1837, Mary Scott Thomas, born in 1817 at Newark, N. J, 
daughter of Frederick S. and Mary B. Gobkx Thomas. She died at 
Troy in 1885. He died Dec. 8, 1895- (5196) 

2979 2. Mary Martha Lockwood, born Troy, M. Y., July 7, 1816; died 
Feb. 6, 18x9. 

2980 3. Charles Nichols Lockwood, born Troy April 8, 1820 ; warned Nov. 
29, 1844* Mary Elizabeth Fry. daughter of John and Elizabeth Wildman 
Fry, of Danbory, born at Danbury Aug. 30, 1823. She died Sept. 27, 
1864. He married, second, June 1, 1870, at Bloomington, IIL, ALBERT- 
INE M. LEWIS. They lived at Troy till September, 1887, then moved 
to Leipsic, Germany, and resided there in 1891. (5204) 

2981 4- Mary Martha Lockwood, born Troy Oct 7, 1835 ; married Oct 13, 
1858, John B. Pierson, of Schaghticoke, N. Y., where he was born Jan. 7, 
1826. They both died, leaving no children. 

Children of NATHANIEL and SARAH ANN PURDY MARVIN, of 
South Salem and Ridgefield: (17321) 
2981a 1. Mary A. Marvin, born Ridgefield Sept 7, 1832; married Sept. 6, 

1857, William Henry. He died Oct. 1, 1874. She died at Chicago, III., in 

March, 1891. (5228hh) 
2981b 2. Sarah Elizabeth Marvin, born Ridgefield March 8, 1834; married 

at Fair Haven, N. Y., April 15, 1857, Harmon Terwilliger, who was born 

at Johnstown, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1826. They resided in Chicago, III., in 

1895- (5228ii) 
2981c 3. James Henry Marvin, born Dec. 5, 1837; married at Sterling, 

N. Y., Dec. 16, 1880, Mary M. Aurant, and settled in Sterling, where they 

still resided in 1895. (5228JJ) 
2981 d 4. Lewis Scott Marvin, born Feb. 8, 1840; married Nov. 22, 1865, 

Rachel Van Patten, born at Sterling May 22, 1843. They settled in 

Sterling, and lived there in 1895. (5228kk) 
298xe 5. Harriet Louisa Marvin, born Port Byron, N. Y., April 9, 1844, and 

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2981 f 6. Leander Smith Marvin, born Port Byron, N. Y., March 22, 1846, 

and died there in 1848. 
2o8ig 7- Harriet Louise Marvin, born Wolcott, N. Y., Sept 12, 1850; 
married Thomas H. Daggett, and resided in Chicago in 1895. (5228qq) 

Children of HOMER and SALLY BENEDICT LOCKWOOD, of 
Victory, Cayuga County, N. Y. : (1732I) 

2982 1. George Benedict Lock wood, a farmer, born Victory, N. Y., Aug. 
26, 1818; married Nov. 27, 1838, Lucind Forbush, born Sennett, N. Y. f 
Aug. 24, 1818; settled first Victory and moved to Red Creek, Wayne 
Co., N. Y., where he died July 23, 1883; she died at Rome, N. Y., Dec. 
11, 1887. (5210) 

2983 2. Samantha Lockwood, born Victory, N. Y., April 16, 1821 ; married, 
about 1842, William M. Mead, a cabinetmaker, born at Victory. They 
settled at Westbury, N. Y., where she died Oct 22, 1850. He married, 
second, Elizabeth C. Whitlock, and died at Westbury Nov. 5, 1873. (5219) 

2984 3. Eleanor Lockwood, born Victory, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1822; married 
Jan. 1, 1846, Luccy Rumsey, a miller of Wolcott, N. Y., who was born 
at Victory March 2, 1823. They settled at Wolcott, Wayne County, 
N. Y., where he died Jan. 7, 1883. She died at Wolcott June 5, 1885. 
(5221) 

2985 4 Hanford Nichols Lockwood, born Victory, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1827, 
and died there July 28, 1844. 

2986 5. Isaac Lockwood, born Victory, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1830, and died 
there March 5, 1854. 

2987 6. Homer Nichols Lockwood, born Victory, N. Y., June 23, 1833. 
He was reared on the farm where his parents settled when the country 
was a vast forest. He married Feb. 13, 1861, Catharine Elizabeth 
Genter. She died at Mohawk, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1888. He was a map 
publisher, and went when a young man to the West Indies, where he 
soon acquired a considerable fortune in that business, after which he 
settled in Auburn, N. Y., where, in 1866, he was elected a member of 
the State Legislature. He was subsequently appointed secretary of 
the Southern Central Railroad. He was a member of the New York 
State Agricultural Society. In the year 1891 he went to Europe and 
visited the principal places on the Continent, and in 1892 he spent the 
summer in a tour to Mexico and California and the Pacific Coast, to 
Alaska. In 1894 he again visited Egypt, the Holy Land and the Oriental 
countries, and returned and spent the winter of 1894-5 in the Southern 
States, returning to New York City in the spring of 1895. 

Children of DAVID and POLLY NORTHRUP BENEDICT, of 
Victory, Cayuga County, N. Y. : (775a) 

2987a 1. Huldah Ann Benedict, born about 1819; married about 1837, 
William Willard. She died at Azatlan, Wis., in June, 1849. He died 
at Gibbons, Neb., Dec. 2, 1895. (5228a) 

2987b 2. Ruth M. Benedict, born Victory Dec 27, 1821; married in 1843, 
Samuel C. Grant, born in Vermont April 11, 1821. They lived in Wis- 
consin. She died at Waverly, la., March 4, 1886. He died at What 
Cheer, la., in 1892. (5228c) 

2987c 3. Thaddeus S. Benedict, born Victory Jan. 25, 1824; married 

Catharine Burghdurf. They lived at Victory, and died there. (5228I1) 

2o87d 4. Elizabeth Benedict, born Victory Jan. 7, 1827; married Dec 21, 



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1S47, William Fisher, born July 12, 1822, and moved to Wisconsin, thence 
to Gothenburg, Neb., where he died Aug. 22, 1895. She resided there 
after his death. (5228J) 
2987c 5. Gilbert A. Benedict, born Victory March 4, 1829; married Aug. 2, 
1852, Mary Jane Rockwell, of Cato, N. Y.„ and resided at Weedsport, 
N. Y., in 1893. (5228n) 

Note. — He was brought up on his father's farm, one mile west of 
Victory Centre, where his parents settled on removing from Connecticut 
a few years previously. He engaged as a clerk in a store at Westbury 
while quite young, and by dint of industry and integrity and good 
natural capacity soon rose to a position where he was able to embark 
in business for himself. He went to Cato, N. Y., where he established 
himself in a general country store, in which he was quite successful. He 
married there, Aug. 2, 1852, MARY JANE ROCKWELL, grand- 
daughter of Stephen and Sarah Wood Rockwell, of Cato, N. Y. They 
moved about 1866 to Weedsport, N. Y., where he established a hard- 
ware, tin and stove business, which he conducted successfully for 
several years, and then sold out and organized a shoe business, to which 
in time he added ready-made clothing and furnishing goods, and on the 
attainment of suitable age he took his son Ernest into the store with him, 
the situation remaining the same in 1895. 

Children of ROSWELL BENEDICT and his three wives, (first) 
ELIZABETH TRACY, (second) MARY' TRACY, and (third) ANN 
AMELIA RUGG, of Wolcott, N. Y.: (775c) 
Roswell T., Marvin H., Mary E., arid Lyman — all died early. 
2987f 1. Edson D. Benedict, born Wolcott June 27, 1841 ; married Jan. 

22, 1862, Mary Moor, born in Connecticut Oct. 16, 1843; resided at 
Kearney, Neb., in 1895. (5228q) 
2987g 2. Amanda E. Benedict, born Wolcott in 1852; never married; 

resided at Harvey, 111., in 1895. 
2987I1 3. Roswelletta Benedict, bom Wolcott in 1856; never married; 

resided at Coldwater, Minn., in 1895. 

Children of LYMAN and RUTH BENEDICT WETHERBY, of 
Victory, N. Y.: (775<0 
29871 1. Silas H. Wetherby, born Victory, N. Y., about 1829; married, 

first, Eliza Ann Koon; she died. He married, second, Elizabeth Merritt, 

and he died. 
2987J 2. Thaddeus Benedict Wetherby, born Victory about 1831 ; married, 

first, Almira Conger; she died. He married, second, Achsah Brackett, 

and he died. 
2987k 3. Ann Eliza Wetherby, born Victory, N. Y. ; married Dr. Edward 

Andrews, and moved to Iowa, where she died. 

Children of NATHANIEL and MALINDA WILLIAMS BENEDICT, 
of Victory, N. Y. : (775e) 
2987I 1. Alanson Smith Benedict, born Victory Sept. 20, 1824; married 

Dec. 10, 1845, Salina Rumsey, daughter of Stephen Rumsey. He died 

at Victory June 16, 1851. (5228s) 
2987m 2. Mary (Polly) Ann Benedict, born Victory Sept. 28, 1826; married 

May 2, 1849, Dr. Edward E. Andrews. She died July 13, 1854. (5228V) 
2o87n 3. Whipple Williams Benedict, born Victory Sept. 24, 1828, and 

died there Sept. 18, 1835. 



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2987 4. Edward Columbus Benedict, born Victory March 19, 1831 ; mar- 

ried June 30, 1853, Phebe Overton. They were both graduates of the 
New York Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, and resided at Rome, N. Y. r 
in 1894. She died of polypus in ear, June 14, 1895. (5228x) 

2987P 5. Augustus Whipple Benedict, born Victory Aug. 19, 1839; married 
Asenith Van Auken. He was a lieutenant-colonel in the 75th N. Y. 
Regiment during the Rebellion. (5228aa) 

Children of SMITH and ANN ELIZA WILLIAMS BENEDICT, of 
Victory, N. Y.: (775f) 
2o87q 1. William T. Benedict, born Victory July 1, 1835; married at 

Albany, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1862, Elizabeth J. Woodford, born at Victory 

Jan. 3, 1839; resided at Red Creek in 1894. (52285b) 
2o87r 2. Adaline Benedict, born Victory Sept. 7, 1839; married July 15, 

1863, Samuel Murphy. She died at Victory Jan. 29, 1867. 
2987s 3. Angeline Benedict, born Victory Sept. 7, 1839; married Sept 7, 

1861, George W. Riker, and resided at Russell, la. 

Children of JOHN and ELIZA WILDMAN FRY, of Danbtiry, Conn. : 
(1390) 

2989 1. Charles W. Fry, born Danbury, Conn., Dec. 3, 1818; married 
there, March 29, 1843, HARRIET H. FANTON, born at Weston, Conn., 
Nov. 14, 182 1. She died at Danbury Sept 25, 1868. He married, second, 
at Brookfield, Conn., June 6, 1871, JENNY BRADLEY, born there 
March 8, 1841 ; resided at Danbury in 1892. (5223 and 5227) 

2990 2. Cornelius A. Fry, born Danbury June 14, 1821, and died Oct. 
7, 1842. 

2991 3. Mary E. Fry, born Danbury Aug. 30, 1823; married there, Nov. 
29, 1844, Charles N. Lockwood, a merchant, born at Troy, N. Y. They 
settled at Troy. She died at Danbury Sept 27, 1864, and was buried 
at Troy. 

2992 4. Olivia Frances Fry, born Danbury Dec. 12, 1827; married there, 
Feb. 22, 1852, WILLIAM J. RIDER, a dentist, born at Danbury March 
13, 1827. They resided at Danbury in 1893. (5229) 

2993 5. Elias B. Fry, born Danbury April 22, 1830, and died there Dec. 
24, 1831. 

2994 6. Rachel Ann Fry, born Danbury Aug. 19, 1832, and died there 
Feb. 21, 1863. 

Children of HENRY B. and MARGARET McALPINE WILDMAN, of 
Danbury: (1391) 

2995 i. Henrietta P. Wildman, born Danbury Oct. 28, 1829; married 
there, Sept. 1, 1853, THEODORE LYON, son of Zalmon and Affiable 
Lyon, a farmer, born at Norwalk Jan. 31, 1830. They settled on her 
father's homestead at Miry Brook, and resided there in 1892. (5235) 

2996 2. George W. Wildman, born Newark, N. J., May 27, 1832; a farmer 
and hatter ; died at Danbury Oct. 25, 1861 ; not married. 

Child of CHARLES A. and Widow AMANDA PURDY HITCHCOCK 
WILDMAN, of Miry Brook: (1392) 

2997 1. Mary Benedict Wildman, born Miry Brook Sept. 26, 1838; mar- 
ried there, March 10, 1854, Thomas West, a hatter, who was born in 
England. They settled at Miry Brook, where she died Feb. 14, i860. 
He resided at Reading, Pa., in 1892. (5238) 



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Children of HORACE T. and CATHARINE ISABELLA FRY WILD- 
MAN, of Danbury: (1393) 

2998 1. EDGAR ELY WILDMAN, born Danbury Feb. 24, 1831, and died 
at Cincinnati, O., Aug. 8, 1849. 

2999 2. *ELIAKIM EDWARDS WILDMAN, born Danbury April 4, 
1834; a plasterer; married at New York City, May 3, 1858, HARRIET 
ANN RAYMOND, born there May 14, 1840. They settled at Yonkers, 
N. Y., and were living there in 1873. (5241) 

3000 3. JAMES B. WILDMAN, born Danbury Sept. 6, 1838; a merchant; 
married at Danbury, Oct. 26, 1859, MARY CATHARINE RAYMOND, 
born at Danbury Oct. 8, 1843. They were living in Danbury in 1873. 

3001 4. RACHEL ANN WILDMAN, born Danbury July 14, 1843; 
married there, Sept. 25, 1866, William W. Sunderland, a builder, born at 
Somers, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1839. They were living at Danbury in 1873. 
(5249) 

3002 5. GEORGE WILLIAM WILDMAN, born Danbury Oct. 26, 1849, 
and died there April 26, 1850. 

Children of WILLIAM B. and MARY WILDMAN GRAY, of Danbury, 
Conn.: (1394) 

3003 1. Mary Louisa Gray, born Danbury March 14, 1833; unmarried; 
resided in New York City in 1892. 

3004 2. Catharine Isabella Gray, born Danbury Jan. 6, 1835; died in New 
York City Feb. 24, 1863. 

3005 3. Susan DeForest Gray, born Danbury March 15, 1837; died Jan. 
8, 1839. 

Children of RORY and SARAH BENEDICT STARR, of Danbury, 
Conn.: (1395) 

3006 1. WILLIAM STARR, born Danbury Aug. 12, 1813; a printer; 
died at Bridgeport Nov. 13, 1830. 

3007 2. GEORGE STARR, born at Danbury Aug. 26, 1815; married at 
Ridgebury, Oct. 17, 1836, Mary IJ. Wildman, born at Binghamton, N. Y., 
July 10, 1812, daughter of John Rockwell and Electa Curtis Wildman. 
They settled at Danbury, from where he was sent to the Legislature 



♦Note. — He seemed to inherit a taste and aptness for a soldier's life, 
his ancestors having distinguished themselves as soldiers. His great- 
grandfather, Comfort Wildman, was in the Revolutionary War and 
was present at the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, Va. His 
father, Horace T. Wildman, was also a military man, and belonged to 
the Cavalry of Danbury many years ago. Eliakim Edwards Wildman 
joined the Connecticut State Militia in 1854, and at the breaking out of 
the Rebellion in 1861, he, being captain of Co. C, 8th Regiment, of Dan- 
bury, on the call of Gov. Buckingham for troops, April 16, 1861, with his 
company, volunteered, and were the first to be accepted and the first to 
arrive at the rendezvous at New Haven. They were mustered in as 
Co. E. 1st Regiment Conn. Vol. Infantry, and served with credit to 
themselves and to the State of Connecticut. He was commissioned as 
captain and participated in the first battle of Bull Run, July 21, 1861, and 
was honorably discharged July 31 of the same year. He is a member of 
the James E. Moore Post, No. 1, Grand Army of the Republic, Depart- 
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in 1858- 1861. He died there Dec. 6, 1884- She resided at Danbury in 
1892. (5254) 

3008 3. PETER STARR, born Danbury May 23, 1820; died there March 

7, 1823. 

3009 4. BENEDICT STARR, born Danbury Aug. 4, 1822; graduated at 
Wesleyan University in 1845; married Frances E. Andrews, daughter of 
Oliver and Eliza Ferry Andrews, of Danbury, where she was born Nov. 
7, 1819. He established a boarding school for boys seven miles from 
Cincinnati, O., where they lived in 1873. (5255) 

3010 5. MARY STARR, born Danbury March 5, 1828; married Noah 
Knapp Barnum, son of Darius Barnum. He was a prosperous merchant 
at Savannah, Ga., at the beginning of the Rebellion, in 1861, and after 
great suffering succeeded in reaching New York, where in 1873 he was 
employed in the office of the Christian Intelligence, and resided at 97 
Putnam avenue, Brooklyn, in 1895. (5257) 

Children of LEMUEL W. and JERUSHA R. IVES BENEDICT, of 
Danbury: (i397) 

301 1 1. George Ives Benedict, bom Sept. 1, 1815, and died Oct 15, 1815. 

3012 2. Mary Ann Benedict, born Nov. 28, 1816; married Sept. 27, 1837, 
John A. Rogers; he died Jan. 2, 1857. She married, second, Harvey S. 
Weld, a widower, and lived at Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1870. He died 
March 21, 1884, aged 80. She 'died at St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 20, 1889. 

(5259) 

3013 3. Frederick W. Benedict, born Danbury Sept. 19, 1821; married 
Jan. 17, 1842, Susan D. Squires, of Weston, Conn., born Aug. 1, 1821. 
They resided in Danbury in 1894. (5264) 

Children of GEORGE and NANCY FORCE BENEDICT, of New York 
City: (1398) 

3014 1. Eunice Benedict, born April 24, 1817; died July 30, 1817. 

3015 2. John Force Benedict, born Oct. 26, 1818; died Dec. 8, 1818. 

3016 3. George Benedict, Jr., born^ April 4, 1823 ; died April 20, 1823. 

3017 4. Susan D. F. Benedict, born Oct. 12, 1824; married at New York 
City, June 21, 1842, SAMUEL DAYTON, of New York City. He died 
at Rye, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1885. She resided at Brooklyn in 1893. (5271) 

3018 5. Andrew F. Benedict, born New York City, Feb. 5, 1829; married 
Dec 1, 1852, Isabella Pearson, born in London, England, Oct. 19, 1832. 
They resided in Brooklyn in 1895. (5274) 

Children of WILLIAM B. and ELIZABETH F. BEARD WILDMAN, 
of Danbury: (1400) 

3019 1. Isabella B. Wildman, born Danbury Oct. 15, 1831; a teacher; 
married at Danbury, Morris W. Lyon, of Fairfield, a graduate of Yale. 
He conducted a school at the corner of Broadway and 22d street, New 
York City, in 1873. No children. 

3020 2. John William Wildman, born Danbury Aug. 8, 1834; a dealer in 
wool ; married at Og