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HILL, DEAN, PINCKNEY, AUSTIN , BARKER, 
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FINCH FAMILIES 



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ARE THE OUTGROWTH OF THE INTEREST OF 



URIAH HILL, JR., 

OF PEEKSKILL, .V. V., 



IN MATTERS OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH AND THE PRESERVATION 

OF FAiMILY RECORDS, AND TO HIM THIS VOLUME IS 

INSCRIBED BY HIS FRIEND, THE AUTHOR 



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Contents, 



Page. 
Austin Family, ---___-__ 3^ 

Larkci, James and his descendants, - - - - - - 89 

Biographical Sketch of Uriah Hill, Jr. - - - - - 5 

Dean Family, ----_-____ 6^ 

Finch Family, - - - - - - -- -95 

Hill Family, ------__.. -7 

Hill Family, (Addenda) -------- 4Q 

Hill, Solomon and descendants - - - - - - --53 

Index (Personal) --------- lo^ 

Lounsbury Family, -------- 101 

Pinckney Family, ---------70 

Rhoades Family, - - - - - - - - -92 

Smith Family, --------- 100 



Biographical Sketcli of Uriah Hill, Jr. 



Uriah Hill, Jr., was born August 13, 181 7, near Red IMills, Town 
of Carmel. Putnam County, New York. He is the son of Uriah Hill, 
grandson of Noah Hill, great-grandson of William Hill, all of the 
town of Carmel, and great-great-grandson of Anthony Hill, a na- 
tive of England, who came to America from Holland, about 1720; 
and, after remaining awhile in New York City, settled at Fox ]Mea- 
dows, now Scarsdale, Westchester County, N. Y. His mother was 
Anna Dean, daughter of Richard Dean, of Red Mills, and grand- 
daughter of Richard Dean, an American soldier who, according to 
family tradition, was killed at the storming of Stony Point, in the 
War of the Revolution. 2vlr. Hill's early education was at the com- 
mon schools in his native town, and in his father's home, his father 
being a school teaclier for over half a century in the district schools 
of Putnam County. At the age of sixteen he left home and became 
a clerk in the country store of John Strang & Co., Jefferson Valley, 
Westchester Count}', N. Y., where he remained three years, when in 
April, 1837, he removed to Peekskill, N. Y., and entered the employ 
of C. A. G. and !M. Depew, merchants. He remained with them five 
years and then engaged in the foundry and stove business with his 
father-in-law, Reuben R. Finch, as the head of the sales department 
in New York City. Owing to impaired health, in 1853, he retired 
from the stave trade and removed to IMonroe Tounty, N. Y., and en- 
gaged in farming, remaining until 1855, when he returned to Peeks- 
kill and resumed his connection with the foundry business with 
Reuben R. Finch and Reuben R. Finch, Jr., under the finn name of 
R. R. Finch & Company. The business was continued under that 
tide and tliat of R. R. Finch's Sons, after the retirement of R. R. 
Finch, Sr., until 1867, wlien it was incorporated by Mr, Hill, Reuben 
R. Finch, Jr., and Nathan Finch, as the Union Stove Works. Mr. 
Hill v.as elected president and has ever since continued as such. 

During t!\e whole of his life, Mr. Hill has been connected with 
the church of his lathers, the Presbyterian ; in 1858 he was received 
into full membership ; in 1860 he was elected ruling elder, and for 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF URIAH HILL, JR. 



many years he was superintendent of the First Presbyterian Sunday 
School of Peekskill. His active church work covers a period of 
over a half century, and during the whole of that time he has been 
a regular attendant upon divine services. In politics he has always 
been a Democrat, although during the War of the Rebellion, believ- 
ing in the active prosecution of the war to preserve the Union, he 
voted the RepubMcan national and state ticket. He also voted twice 
for ]\Ir. McKinley, because of the free silver plank in the Democra- 
tic platform. 

At the orgafii^aiion of the Peekskill Savings Bank, in 1857, he 
became one of its first trustees, and he has continued ever since as 
such, and is now the only one of the first board in office. At the 
death of Oscar \'. Crane, he succeeded him as vice-president, and in 
1881 was elected president, which position he still holds. 

He was one of the organizers of the National Association of 
Stove Manufacturers, in which he has held the ofiices of member of 
the board of managers, vice-president and treasurer. 

At the age of eighteen he received from Governor Marcy a com- 
mission as lieutenant in the Gist Regiment, New York State militia. 
At the outbreak of the War of the Rebellion, he was beyond the age 
Hmits for military service, but furnished a substitute to battle for the 
Union. 

For nearly forty years he has been a trustee of the Peekskill 
Military Academy. He has always taken a deep interest in educa- 
tional matters, and especially in the public schools of Peekskill ; al- 
ways favoring the most liberal appropriations for them. 

. imong the political offices held by him, are those of trustee and 
president of the Village of Peekskill. town auditor, and in 1865-6-7, 
supervisor of the Tov/n of Cortlandt. 

April 10, 1842. lie was married, by Rev. William ^Marshall, to 
Alethea, daughter of Reuben R. and Deborah (Brush) Finch, of 
Peekskill. He has two children now living, Edward F. Hill and 
Sarah V. Hill, both of Peekskill. 



HILL FAMILY. 



Anthony Hill, of English descent, was born in Holland, and 
came from there to America about 1720. He settled in New York 
City, became a freeholder and removed to Fox jMeadows, now a 
part of Scarsdale, Westchester County, N. Y. April 7, 1726, he, 
with others, conveyed to Thomas Thong a lot in the north ward of 
the City of New York. In the deed he is described as of Fox Mea- 
dows. As early as 1726 he became a freeholder at Fox Meadows. 

January 8, 1727, he purchased from Samuel Drake, of Fox Mea- 
dows, " a tract or parcel of land lying, being situate in ye County of 
Westchester near }e head of Hutchinson River, containing twenty- 
one acres, bounded as followeth, beginning on ye southwest corner | 
of Samuel Drake's land, thence running northwesterly by ye land ! 
of Anthony Hills to Brunks Kiver, thence along said river easterly 3 
twenty-one rods to a white oak stake with stones around it, thence I 
running southeasterly a straight line through ye land of said Samuei f: 
Drake's imtil ye southeast corner bounds bears in a line twenty-one i 
rods from ye first mentioned bounds, and from thence running west- 
erly along ye Wliite Plains road to ye first mentioned bounds twenty 
one rods, and ye bounds on ye southeast corner is a small v/hite oak 
saplin marked, and further ye first bounds herein mentioned is ye 
first bounds of ye land herein sold to Anthony Hill." (Liber F. 352 
Westchester County Deeds, ]March 24, 1730.) About 1741, while 
living at Fox Meadows, he purchased from the Indians some lands 
near what afterwards became known as Red Mills, Dutchess Coun- 
ty, and now known as Mahopac Falls, in the town of Carmel, Put- 
nam County, N. Y. In 1749 Anthony Plill bought and sold lands at 
Brown's Point, now a part of the town of Harrison, Westchester 
County, N. Y. Two of the sons of Anthony Hill, William and 
Uriah, removed to the lands purchased by their fadier of the Indians. 
About 1726 Anthony married Mary Ward. Pie died intestate, 
at Fox Meadows, in the winter of 1759-60. February 12, 1760, 
letters of administration were issued by James De Lancey, Lieuten- 
ant Governor of the Province of New York, to jMary Hill, widow of 
Anthony Hill, farmer, late of the County of Westchester, deceased, 



HILL FAMILY. 



(N. Y. Admr. 1760, page 96). After the death of her husband Mrs. 
Hill removed to Ked Wims, uhcte she nude her home witli her son 
William, dying at the age of 93 years. 

Children of Anthony^ and r^Iary (Ward) Hill, all born at Fox 
Meadows, N. Y. 

2. William^ born 1726; died at Red IVIills, August, ly^^. 

3. Uriah*, died 1765, in Westchester County and probablv at 
White Plains. 

4. Anthony', died 1766, at Cortlandts Manor, Westchester 
County, N. Y. 

5. Andreu•^ died at Shokan, Ulster County, N. Y., 1810. 

6. Cornelius*. 

7. Charity-, married Isaac Rhoades, Sr., of Scarsdale, N. Y. 

8. Jane^. 

9. Mary^ 

10. Miriam^, born May 27, 1756, died April i, 1845 ; married 
£lisha Lamoreaux. 



2. William HilF. son of Anthony^ and Mary (Ward) Hill, 
was born at Fox Meadows, X. Y., 1726, and died at Red ^^lills. N, 
Y., August, 1796. About 1741 he settled at Red :Mills, on lands 
purchased by his fatlier of the Indians. He brought with him from 
Fox Meadows a cow. One day it strayed away and while look- 
ing for it in the evening, he was attacked by a pack of wolves, and 
obliged to seek refuge in a tree, where he remained all night. Early 
the next morning, while returning by a circuitous route to his log 
cabin, he came to the log cabin of George Hughson, the first white 
settler of that part of the country. The Hughson cabin was on the 
ridge north of Lake Mahopac. 

Mr. Hill was a farmer and large land owner. September 25, 
1763, he purchased farm No. 36. in Lot Xo. 5, containing 245 acres, 
of Colonel Roger and :\Iarv iPliili{ise) :\Iorris. This was the first 
tract of land sold in Putnam ( th^m part of Dutchess) County by the 
Philipse family, the original patentees. This farm was subsequently 
divided by Mr. Plill among his four sons. The house in v.hich he 



HILL FAMILY. 



lived was torn down in 1843. It stood a little north of the Hill 

faiiiil) bui}ii.^ fcrOc:.;d. 

In colonial days he was a lieutenant in the local militia and af- 
terwards a captain. 

He married Bethiah, daughter of Abraham Smith, of what is 
now known as Putnam Valley, Putnam County, N. Y. She was 
born in 1738, and died at Red Mills in August, 1798. Both are 
buried in the Hill family burying ground, at Red Mills, N. Y. The 
will of Islv. Hill, dated August i, 1796, proved February 3. 1797, 
recorded m Dutchess County Surrogate's office in Liber B, of WillSj 
page 37, describes himself as '"■ William Hill, Sr., of the town of Car- 
mel, Dutchess County, yeoman." By it he gave his wife sixty 
pounds, his negro man Mink and the use of one quarter of his home- 
stead farm. He mentions in his will his sons Noah, William, Cor- 
r,pli,,Q -i^ri Abrah"ni, and his daughters Phebe Heroy, Mary Rhodes, 
Chloe Crane and Jane Lounsberry. The witnesses to will were 
Jonathan Stokum and Jonathan Whiting, both of whom were farm- 
ers and lived near Red Mills. The latter died January 14, 1797. 

Children of William- and Bethiah (Smith) Hill, bom at Red 
Mills. 

II. Phebe^ born 1751 ; died at Red Mills, April 9, 1821 ; 
married Charles Heroy. 

L2. Noah^, born 1755 ; died at Red Mills, January 3, 1830. 

13. Solomon^. 

14. Andrew', drowned in Kirk Pond, Carmel, while young. 

15. Mary", born 1759; died January 21, 1821 ; married Isaac 
Rhodes, Jr. (See Rhoades family.) 

■ "- 16. William^, born December 4, 1760; died at Red Mills, 
November 29, 1851. 

17. Cornelius^ born March 3, 1765 ; died at Red Mills, 
November 12, 1851. 

18. Chloe^ born 1767; died near Lake Mahopac, N. Y., 
March 12, 1836; married Joseph Crane. 

19. Jane', born June 14, 1772; died in Steuben Co., N, Y., 
Decern. l>er 12, 1845 I rnarried Thomas Lounsbury. 

20. Abraham^ born July 24, 1774; died at Red Mills, March 
25, 1813. 



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3. Uriah Hill'^ son of Anthony^ and Mary (Ward) Hill, was 
a iur tictJci. Ill i/64 lived at Wliite Pialas, N. Y., where he 
was a freeholder. He also lived at one time in the southern part 
of Dutchess County. April 23, 1750, he purchased from Philip 
Earle forty-two acres of land near New Barhadoes (Hackensack), 
Bergen County, New Jersey ; Liber C, 356, Bergen Co. Deeds. May 
30, 1764, he executed a power of attorney to his brothers William 
and Andrew, authorizing- them, to sell his stock of furs, skins and 
feathers, in A'bany County; valued at 600 pounds, and his real estate 
in Bergen County, (Liber C, 358, Bergen Co. Deeds). Uriah hav- 
ing died about 1764, his son Anthony, June i, 1774, conveyed his 
interest in the real estate to Stephen Case, lawyer of New Marlbor- 
ough, N. Y. In 1754 Uriah was a constable in South Precinct, 
Dutchess Co., N. Y. May 4, 1765, letters of administration were 
iGJued tc A::drc\;' Hill, fanner of Westchester, upon estate of his 
brother Uriah, late of said county, deceased, (N. Y. Sur. ofiice). 

Children of Uriah Hill-, according to family tradition. 

21. Anthony', born 1745. 

22. James', removed to Orange Co., N. Y. 

23. Charity^, married TltOrne. 

24. Elizabeth', married Lewis, of Dutchess Co. 



4. Anth.ony Hill-, son of Anthony ^ and Mary (Ward) 
Hill, removed from Fox Meadov/s to that part of Cortlandt's Manor 
now known as Yorktown, Westchester Co., N. Y. His will, dated 
May 26, 1766, proved August 25, 1766, gives personal estate to his 
wife Elizabeth and daughters Elizabeth and Mary and names his 
brother, Andrew Hill, executor. He probably had no other chil- 
dren. 

Children of Anthony^ and Elizabeth Hill. 

25. Elizabeth'. 

26. Mary', died 1787; married James Rhodes, son of Isaac 
Rhoades, Sr., of Dutchess County, N. Y. 



HILL FAMILY. \\ 



5. Andrew HilF, son of Anthony^ and Mary (Ward) 
Hill, ieu:G--cd from Fo-: j^e: flows after 1765 to Diitcliess County, 
N. Y., where he resided until 1790, when he removed to Marble- 
town, Ulster County, X. Y., and from there to Shokan, Ulster Coun- 
ty, N. Y., where both he and his wife died and are buried in Re- 
formed Dutch church yard. 

August 15, 1775, he signed the Revolutionary Association pledge 
in Dutchess County. October 17, 1775, he was commissioned as 
captain in the Second Reginient, Dutchess County Militia, Rombout 
Precinct. In 1777 he was appointed as I\lajor of the Levies, Dutoli- 
ess County, N. Y. In 1778 he was commissioned as ^.lajor in the 
Dutchess County Militia, Second Regiment. In 1784 he was ap- 
pointed as JMajor No. i, Dutchess County Militia. It appears by 
New York in Revolution, Supplement, 177, that he furnished one or 
iiiorc buldicia at Ilia wvVii cxpci^sc, for wlilcli honorable mention is 
given him. He was a freeholder in both Dutchess and Ulster Coun- 
ties. May 5, 1786, he purchased of Daniel Graliam, Commissioner 
of Forfeitures, 385 acres in Philipse Precinct, Lot 3, Philipse Pa- 
tent, Dutchess County. September 2, 1799, describing himself as 
of Marbletown, Ulster County, he conveyed the 385 acres to his 
son Andrew Hill, Jr., of Marbletown. His n?nie appears upon the 
list of members of the Reformed Dutch Chv.rch at Shokan. Ac- 
cording to a tradition in the family, his wife was Catherine Horton, 
of Westchester County. After his appointment as Major, he was 
generally known as Major Hill. 

Children of Andrew- and Catherine (Horton) Hill. 

27. Billicha^ born at Fox Meadows, N. Y., 1753 ; died at 
West Shokan. N. Y., April, 1847; married James Schutt, of 
Fishkill, N, Y., ; removed about 1790 to West Shokan. Among 
their children were: Uriah, born May 16, 1785; James, born 
December 22. 1788; Abraham, born August 16. 1790: (Uriah, 
James and Abraham were baptized in the Reformed Dutch 
Church at Fishkill, and from the church records tlie dates of 
birth were obtained) ; William. Andrew, Stephen, born Septem- 
ber 10, 1796, and Catherine. The last four were born in Ulster 
County. James Schutt was a private in the Dutchess County 
Militia, Second Regiment, in War of Revolution; his wife was 
a member of the Reformed Dutch Church at Shokan. 



13 HILL FAMILY. 



28. Uriah', born 1759, in Westchester County; died 1841, at 
Shokar.. N. Y. 

29. Miriam^ born 1771 : died November, 1855; married 
Uriah Avery ; he died before his wife ; issue : Andrew, Isaac, 
Jacob, Uriah, Judah, Catherine, Sally and Mary. 

30. William^ removed to Marbletown, Ulster County, and 
from there to New Jersey. 

31. Sally^, died about 1812-15 ; married Joshua Lane; 
during War of RevoUition he w'as a private in Dutchess County 
MiHtia, Second Regiment: removed to Shokan, N. Y. ; issue: 
Andrew, Richard, Joshua, WilHam, Abram, Betsey, Polly and 
Judah. 

32. r^Iary^, married Abraham Eeadle ; he was a private 
in Colonel Drake's regiment in W^ar of Revolution ; removed 
to Shokan, N. Y.. and from there to Middletown, Delaware 
County, N. Y., where both died; issue: John, Abraham, born 
September 27, 1808; Andrew, born November 9, 1799: Judith, 
born April 9, 1790: Billicha, born March 4, 1810; Elizabeth, 
born November 4, 1801. 

33. Judith^, married Thomas Swartout, of Fishkill, Dutchess 
County, N. Y. : he was a private and corporal in Captain 
Schutt's company, Colonel Brinckerhoff's Dutchess Coim- 
ty Militia, in War of Revolution : rem.oved to Shokan, N. Y. ; 
she was a member of Shokan Reformed Dutch Church. Among 
their children were Thomas, Samuel, born December 10, 1787; 
Andrew, born February 23, 1790 : Cornelius, born October 27, 
1801, died at Shokan, N, Y., 1876; Polly, born December 20. 
i;'97 : Sally, born July 15, 1807. 

34. Anna^ died 1809; married Daniel Ladue of Fishkill, 
N. Y. ; he was a private in Dutchess Countv Militia, Second 
Regiment, in War of Revolution ; removed to Shokan, N. Y. ; 
issue: Abraham D., Judith. Rebecca, Bilbeck, Hannah. Anne, 
born Mav 2^, 1809, married Matthew Cure, of Ulster Countv, 
N. Y. ' 

35. Andrew^, bom September 17, 1774; baptized Septem- 
ber 9, 1785 ; at Reformed Dutch Church, Fishkill ; died Novem- 
ber I, 1847. 

10. Miriam HilP, daughter of Anthony^ and ^.lary (Ward) Hill, 
married Elisha Lamoreaux, of Rensselaerville, Albanv Countv, N. Y. 



HILL FAMILY. ^ 13 



Children of Elisha and Miriam (Hill)- Lamoureux. 

36. Jesse, born April 12, 1774; died September 10, 1806; 
married Anna Barnum. 

37. Mary, born ]May 15, 1776; died April 8, 1853; married 
Edward Hopkins, of Rensselaerville, N. Y. 

38. Charity, born December 16, 1777; died March 7, 1852; 
married John Pangbum. 

39. Daniel, born March 5, 1780; died October 6, 1846; mar- 
ried Joanna Barnum. 

. 40. Joseph, born June 15, 1782; died July 25, 1840; married 
Thankful Raymond, widow of William Georg-e. 

41. Charlotte, born April 28, 1784; died unmarried April 16, 
1871. 

42. James, born December 14, 1785 ; died December i, 1863 
married Mary VV endeil. 

43. Anna, born October 2^, 1787; died February 16, 1813 
married Stephen Joice. 

44. Andrew, born November 16, 1789; died April 16, 1853 
married Mary Bostwick. 

45. Miriam, born September i, 1798; died October 30, 1877 
married John Stiles, M. D. 



II. Phebe HilF, daughter of William- and Bethiah (Smith) 
Hill, married Charles Heroy, farmer, Red IMills ; born 1749 ; died 
April 29. 182 1. Both are buried in the Presbyterian Churchyard at 
Red Mills. During the war of the Revolution he was a private in 
the Seventh Regiment, Dutchess County Militia. Among their chil- 
dren were, W^illiam, b. 1774; d. December 12, 1783 : Jacob and Peter, 

12. Noah HilP, son of William- and Bethiah (Smith) 
Hill, was a farmer at Red Mills. During the War of the Revolu- 
tion he was enrolled as a private in the Dutchess Co. Militia, 7th 
Reg., Col. Henry Ludington. (N. Y. in Revolution, 252.) He 
married, November 25. 1788, Sarah, daughter of Israel and Doro- 
thy Pinckney, of Red Mills ; born April 23, 1770 ; died Alay 13, 1846. 
He is buried in the Hill family burial ground at Red Mills and she 
in the Baptist Church yard at Red Mills. His will, dated May 27, 



14 HILL FAMILY. 



1829 ; proved January 25, 1830 ; recorded Putnam Co. Wills, B, 325. 
Urigmai in posbc^sion oi giand^-on, Uriah Hill, Jr., Peekskill. 

Children of Noah^ and Sarah (Pinckney) Hill, born at Red 
Mills. 

46. Uriah*, born January 22, 17S9; died at Belvedere, Illinois, 
January 28, 1885. 

47. Chloe*, born 1791 ; died at Red Mills, April 11, 1874; 
married Daniel Wright. 

48. Anthonv*, born 1793; died at Red Mills, February 22, 
1867. 

49. Esther*, born March 8, 1801 ; died at Belvedere, Illinois, 
October i, 1871. 

50. Alahala, died young. 

13. Solomon HilF, son of William^ and Bethiah (Smith) 
Hill, according to family tradition, was a clergyman and went to 
Canada or Nova Scotia during the War of the Revolution, having 
been a Loyalist. All efforts to trace him have been unsuccessful. 
After the war he visited at Red Mills. 

16. William HilP, son of William- and Bethiah (Smith") 
Hill, was a farmer near Red Mills. During the W^ar of the Revolu- 
tion he was a private in the Dutchess County Militia, Seventh Regi- 
ment, Col. Henry Ludington. (N. Y. in Revolution, 252.) He 
marrie 1 Nancy, daughter of Israel and Dorothy Pinckney, born 
1766; died at Red Mills, June 12, 185 1. His will, dated June 5, 
1843, proved February 10, 1852, mentions sons Alza, William, dec'd, 
Arvy, and daughters Rachel ( Bethiah Depew, Sarah Pinckney and 
Mary Zeliph. 

Children of William^ and Nancy (Pinckney) Hill, born at Red 
Mills. 

51. Gilbert*, bom October 14, 1797 ; died at Philipstown, Put- 
nam Co., N. Y., December 5, 1874. 

52. Andrew*. 

53. Arva*, bom April 14, 1805 ; died at Philipstown, Putnam 
Co., N. Y., January 22, 1884. 



HILL FAMILY, 16 



II 



54. Jacob*, born July 2"/, 1793; died at Cortlandtown, West- 
chester Co.. N. Y., Mav II. 1877. 

55. Alza*, born June 17, 1809; died at Philipstown, Putnam 
Co., N. Y., October 23, 1896. 

56. William*, born 1799 ; died unmarried at Red Mills, March 
30, 1842. 

57. Sarah*, bom 1791 ; died at Red Mills, February 9, 1848. 

58. Mary*, died in Putnam Valley, Putnam Co., N. Y. 

59. Rachel*, born June 17, 1802; died at Philipstown, Put- 
nam Co., N. Y., April 28, 18S8, unmarried. 

60. Bethiah*, born 1797 ; died at Putnam Valley, Putnam Co., 
N. Y., November 9, 1881. 

17. Cornelius Hill, son of William- and Bethiah (Smith) Hill, 
v/ns a firmer near "Re 1 Mills. He married, January 25, 1786, 
Elizabeth, daughter r-.f Peter and Mary (Curry) Anderson, born 
Septemiber 10. 176S; died September 4, 1859. His will, dated Janu- 
ary 9, 1855, proved September 15, 1859, names daughters Mary 
Pierce, Phebe Smith, and sons Noah and James. 

Children of Cornelius^ and Elizabeth (Anderson) Hill. 

61. Phebe*, born September 4, 1792; died at Red Mills, May 
6, 1871. 

62. Noah*, born January i, 1793 ; died in Steuben County, N. 
Y., December i, 1867. 

63. rvlary*, born September 6, 1799; died December 17, 1871. 

64. James*, born March 9, 1802; died at Red Mills, Novem- 
ber I, 1887. 

65. Cornelius*, born September 12, 1809; died at Red Mills, 
unmarried, November 22, 1833. 

18. ChloeHill\ daughter of William- and Bethiah (Smith) 
Hill, m.arried Joseph Crane, farmer, of Carmel, where he 
was born June 3, 1766, and died December 23, 1835. He was the 
eldest son of Captain John and Tamar (Carpenter) Crane, of Fred- 
ericksburgh Precinct. Dutchess County, N. Y. During the War of 
the Revolution John Crane was a captain in the Dutchess County 
Militia, Seventh Regiment. Joseph Crane was a prominent citizen 



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of Putnam County and one of the Judges of the Court of Common 
Fleas. His son, Azor B., was one of the most popular, honored and 
influential citizens of the county; in 1843 ^''-^ ^^'^^ judge of the Court 
of Common Pleas and was the first County Judge and Surrogate 
elected under the constitution of 1847. Noah Hill Crane was a 
physician at Carmel, where he lived and died ; he married Susanah, 
daughter of General James Townsend and widow of Stephen War- 
ing; she was born 1782, died at Carmel, June 4, 1828. 

Children of Joseph and Chloe (Hill) Crane', born in town of 
Carmel, Putnam Co., N. Y. 

66. Noah Hill,* born 1786; died May 24, 1836. 

67. Ira,* born October 6, 1788; died April 4. i860. 

68. Adah,* born April 15 ,1791 ; died September 9, 1855. 

69. Cornelia,* born October i, 1793; died December 3, 1857. 

70. Zillah,* born January 29, 1796; died January 17, 1833. 

71. Betsey,* born May 10, 1798; died June 2j, 1S25. 

72. Azor B.,* born Mav 25, 1801 ; died at Carmel, October 14, 
1864. 

y^,- Charles*, born 1S06; died April 26, 1808. 

74. Emeline,* born May, 1807; died April i, 1889. 

19. Jane HiiP, daughter of William- and Bethiah (Smith) 
Hill, married, Novem.ber 25, 1795, Thomas, son of Isaac Louns- 
berry, of Red Mills; born March 5, 1774; diec June 18, 1857, in 
Steuben County, N. Y., where they removed. 

Children of Thomas and Jane (Hill)' Lounsberry, born at Red 
Mills. 

75. Bethiah*, born September 23, 1796; died April 13, 1884; 
m. Jacob, son of William and Nancy (Pinckney) Hill. 

jS. Alfred*, born September 7, 1800 ; died May 23, 1S48 ; 
m., August 31, 1826, Susan, dau. James Anderson. 

jy. Arza*, born August 25, 1802 ; m., December 17, 1836, 
Adah*, daughter Nathaniel Hyatt ; removed to Niagara Co., N. 
Y., and from there to Steuben Co., N. Y. 



HILL FAMILY. 17 



78. James*, born February 9, 1805 ; died November 15, 1848; 
m., September 27 1842. Mary Jane Rackman ; removed to Steu- 
ben Co., N. Y. 

79. Emalinda*, born January 22. 181 1 ; died October 5, 181 t. 

80. Chloe\ born July 8, 181 — : died March 22, 1832; m., 
March 3, 1831, EHjah Austin. 

20. Abraham HilP, son of William- and Bethiah (Smith) 
Hill, farmer, Red Mills ; married, January 18, 1798, Deborah, 
daughter of Isaac and Deborah Lounsberry ; born April 18, 1780; 
died at Red Mills, September 6, 1849. 

Children of Abraham^ and Deborah (Lounsberry) Hill, born at 
Red Mills. 

81. Marv Jane*, born June 19, 1799; died April i, 1886. 

82. Isaac Lounsberrv*, born I\Iay 3, 1801 ; died at Red Mills, 
Februar}- 28, 1886. 

83. Addison*, born May 2"/, 1803 ; died unmarried at York- 
town, Westchester Co.. N. Y., June 5, 1863. 

84. Solomon*, born April 9, 1805 ; died at Red Mills, June 
8, 1887. 

85. Tamar*, born May 3, 1807 ; died at Yorktown, Westches- 
ter Co., N. Y., August 3, 1862. 

86. Thomas*, bom June 16, 1809 ; died at Red Mills, unmar- 
ried, April 19, 1878. 

87. Abraham*, born May 5, 181 1 ; died at Yorktown, N. Y., 
March 7, 1SS6. 

21. Anthony H-dl', son of Uriah HilP, removed to Fred- 
ericksburgh Precinct, Dutchess County, N. Y. In the Muster Roll 
of Captain Benjamin, Westchester Militia, under date of June 20, 
1762, is the name of "Anthony Hill, aged 17; born in Dutchess 
Co." His nam.e appears among those who signed the Revolutionary 
Pledge in Dutchess County in 1775. He was a member of Colonel 
Jacobus Swartout's regiment of Dutchess County Minute Men, and 
was with the regiment at Kings Bridge. He came home on a fur- 
lough, and when returning to join his regiment he was met by Lieu- 
tenant Edmund Palmer of Yorktown (who was subsequently ex- 



18 HILL FAMILY. 



ecuted as a spy by General Putnam, at Peekskill, August 5, 1777), 
and va? induced by him to ^o with him to Cowneck, Long Island, 
and enlist in the British service. With Manuel Littleback he was 
sent to Dutchefs Count}- to enlist men for the British. When near 
Tarrytown he and Littleback were arrested by Lieutenant Gabriel 
Requa ; the enlisting papers were found with him ; he was taken to 
Peekskill, tried by court martial, Col. Philip Van Cortlandt presid- 
ing, and found guilty. May 8, 1777, the Provincial Convention cf 
the State, then in session at Fishkill, " Resolved, that the Presi- 
dent do issue a pardon to the said Anthony Hill." In a list of tax- 
payers in Poughkeepsie Precinct, Dutchess County, 1771, the name 
of Anthony Hill appears. 

23. Charity HilP, daughter of L^riah HilP, according to the best 

information obtainable, married Thorne, and had a daughter 

who married John or Peter Lamoreux. 

28. Uriah HilP, son of Andrew- and Catherine (Horton) 
Hill, resided near Fishkill, N. Y. He was a private and afterwards 
a sergeant in Dutchess County Militia, Colonel Dirck Brinckerhofif, 
Chaptain Johannes Schutt's company ; he was also a private in Cap- 
tain John Brinckerhoff's company, same regiment. September 21, 
1780, he was appointed Quartermaster in the Second Regiment, 
Rombout Precinct, Dutchess County ^Militia, Colonel Abram Brinck- 
erhofF. He removed from Fishkill to Marbletown, Ulster County, 
in 1790, January 27, 1790, Rev. Silas Constant preached at his 
house in Dutchess County. January 23, 180 r, he conveyed to An- 
drew Hill, Uriah Hill and Thomas Swartout and others, elders and 
deacons of the Reformed Dutch Church, Marbletown, " for the use 
of the said congregation to erect a meeting house and a church yard, 
all that parcel of land situate on the west side of the public road be- 
tween the grist mill of Major Andrew and the said Uriah Hill's 
dwelling house, at a place called Ashocan in Marbletown, contain- 
ing four-tenths of an acre." (Ulster Co. Deeds, 117-422.) In the 
census of U. S. Pensioners, made in 1840, he was described as 
" Uriah Hill, aged 84, living in the town of Olive, Ulster Co., N. Y."' 
He married three times, (i), Mary Swartout of Dutchess Co.; (2), 
September 30, 1803, Catherine Davis, widow of Elizur Crispell, of 



HILL FAMILY. 10 



Ulster Co.; (3), Mrs. Mabel (Barlow) Taylor, died July 28, 1850. 
He v»ao chcicn zz one of the ^''eaccns of the Reformed Dutch 
Church, Sholcan. at its organization in 1799; both he and his first 
wife were members. 

Children of Uriah^ and Mary (Swartout) Hill. 

88. Pollv*, born December, 1779; died September 2, 1856; 
m. John S." North ; b. Feb., 1775 ; d. April 10, 1855 ; issue : Mary, 
Betsey, Uriah, Judy, Albert, Gordon C. Abel and Nathan. 

89. Eliz:-.bf;th', died January, 1848; m., January 31, 1805, 
Valentine Dudrey, of Shokan, N, Y. 

90. Anthony*, died June, 1874, at New Paltz, N. Y. 

91. Andrew\ born September 25. 1788; baptized May 30, 
1790; died at Darby, Tompkins Co., N .Y., May 21, 1876. 

n-), Tn^i-T. m John Turner; removed to Tiog^a or Broome 
Co., N. Y. 

Children of Uriah' and Catherine (Davis) Hill. 

93. Solomon*, born Aug. 14, 1804; died 1874. 

94. James*, born July i, 1808. 

95. Uriah, Jr., born November 2S, i8o6;''in 1829 was living 
at Woodstock, N. Y. 

Children of Uriah^ and Mabel (Barlow) Hill. , , ,. , .., <.,., 

96. Sarah*, born June 19, 1819; died February 12, 1843; 
mfrried Sam.uel Davis; born July 20, 1812; died October 24, 
1809. 

07. Peter Crispel*, born January 21, 1816. . ,,.,,,, 

98. ]\lary, born August 21, 1821, 

35. Andrevv' HilP, son of Andrew- and Catherine (Horton) 
Hill, removed from Fishkiil to Shokan, Ulster County, N. Y., 
about 17GO. He was bapti.^ed in Dutch Reformed Church, Fish- 
kill, September 9, 1785. He married, (i), Catherine North, of 
Ulster County, she died March, 1815 ; (2), Mrs. Sarah Van Vleck, 
she died ]v.W 28. 1843. He was a farmer, miiller, member and 
elder of Reformed Dutch Church, Shokan, and is buried in church 
yard. 



30 HILL FAMILY. 



Children of Andrew^ and Catherine (North) Hill, all born at 

>w>iiOKii.Xi, -1- 1 • ->- • 

99. Samuel*, born September 14, 1796; baptized January 23, 
1797; died at Shandakan, Ulster County, January 4, 1875. 

100. Abraham*, born July 15, 1798; died at Prattsville, N. 
Y., August 25, 1879. 

101. William*, born January i, 180 1 ; died at Shokan, N. 
Y., June 19, 1874. 

102. ^Miriam*, born March 6, 1799; died at Margarets- 
ville, N. Y. ; married Adam North ; issue : Abram, John and 
Erastus. 

103. John*, born November i, 1802; died at West Shokan, 
N. Y., March 13, 1880. 

104. Andrew, Jr.*, born November 28, 1804 ; died at Olive 
Branch, N, Y., January, 1878. 

105. Thomas*, born December 10, 1808 ; died at Shokan, N. 
Y., May 20, 1890. 

46. Uriah Hill,* son of Noah^ and Sarah (Pinckney) Hill, 
was a farmer and school teacher ; resided at Red Mills. Was 
a justice of the peace of the town of Carmel ; commissioner of com- 
mon schools, Putnam County. x\bout 1875, removed to Belvedere, 
Illinois, where he died and is buried. March 11, 181 r, he was mar- 
ried, by Rev. Silas Constant, to Anna, daughter of Richard and 
Alethea (Austin) Dean, born August 19, 1795 ; died at Richford, 
Tioga Co., N. Y., April 19, 1862. 

Children of Uriah* and Anna (Dean) Hill, born at Red Mills. 

106. Emelinda'^, born June 21, 1812; died at Garden Prarie, 
111., April 19, 1879. 

107. Martha^ born October 5, 1813; died at Belvedere, III., 
November 5, 1890. 

108. Noah% born July 13, 1815; died unmarried at Cort- 
landtown, Westchester Co., N. Y., September 22, 1839. 

109. Uriah^, born August 13, 18 17. 

no. Amzi', born March 3, 1822; died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 
June 21, 1892. 



HILL FAMILY. 21 



III. Ira Dean'^, born December 24, 1823. 

ii2. 3ici>lnjii\ boiii Julj 14,1826; died at Austin, Texas, 
March 19, 1892. 

113. Sarah^ bom (3ctober 30, 1828; died at Red Mills, un- 
married, December i, 1843. 

114. Adah^, born June 13, 1830; died at Richford, N. Y., 
November 11, 1903. 

115. Susan^, born April 11, 1839; died at Red j\Iills, June 
21, 1839. 

116. Phebe^ born April ii, 1839; died at Richford, N. Y,, 
April 17, 1874. 

47. Chloe Hill*, daughter of Noah^ and Sarah (Pinckney) 
Hill, married Daniel Wrig-ht. farm.er, Carmel, born 1795, died Febru- 
ary 2\. 1865. They resided near Red Mills, where they both died 
and are buried in Baptist Church yard, Red Mills, They had two 
children: Phcbe, born 1822, died unmarried September 30, 1848; 
Tamar A., born 1824, died June 9, 1859: married Alfred Wright, of 
Yorktown, X. Y., born June 29, 1822 ; died March 4, 1882. 

48. Anthony Hill*, son of Noah^ and Sarah (Pinckney) Hill, 
farmer, near Red Mills, married Dorothy, daughter of Lewis and 
Orpha (Pierce) Pinckney, born 1797, died at Red Mills, July 2, 
1878; buried in Baptist Church yard. Red Mills. 

Children of Anthony* and Dorothy (Pinckney) Hill, born near 
Red Mi' Is. 

117. Alonzo', born October 24, 1S20; died in Pennsylvania, 
April 29, 1896. 

118. Lorenzo Do\v% born April 2;^, 1821 ; died at Red Mills, 
February 13, 1889. 

119. Caroline', born 1824 ; died at Red Mills, July 25, 1892. 

120. Kelsev^ born Mav i, 1826; died at Rockford, III., July 
29, 1878. 

121. Henry^, born January 17, 1829; died at Belvedere, 111., 
May, 1902. 

122. Ella=, born 1838; died at Red Mills, December 2, 1879; 
m. Ferris Barrett. 

123. Harrison^ born February 21, 1841. 

I 



23 HILL FAMILY. 

49. Esther Hill*, daughter of Noah' and Sarah (Pinckney) 
Hill, liiariitu (i), S^tli Curtis, {2), i\Iay i, 1831, Bcthaly H. Wix- 
on, of Red Mills, born September 17, 1805 ; died August 24, 1882, 
at Belvedere, Boone Co., 111. The only child by first marriage was 
Manila Curtis, bom November 12, 1S19; died October 10, 18S8; 
married Joshua IMunger, of Putnam V'alley, Putnam Co., N. Y. ; re- 
moved to Woodstock, 111. The children of the second marriage 
were: (i), Noah, b. July 29, 1.833; d. August 24, 1854; (2), Smith 
A., b. May 8, 1835; m. Amanda, daughter of Bradley Hull; (3), 
Ancil, z. May 24, 1837; m., Nov. 10, i860, Julia A. Hart; she d. 
August, 1894. 

51. Gilbert Hill*, son of William^ and Nancy (Pinckney) 
Hill ; school teacher ; resided in North Highlands, Putnam Co., N. 



52. Andrew Hill\ son of William" and Nancy (Pinck- 
ney) Hill, removed to Philipstown, Putnam County, N. Y., and 
from there to Steuben County, N. Y., where he died. He married 
Catherine, daughter of John Strang, and widow of Gedney Secor; 
born January 5, 17S0; died May 15, r86i. 

Children of Andrew* and Catherine (Strang) Hill. 

124. Leonard^, born June 6, 1824 ; died in Iowa, April 2^, 
1882. 

53. Arva Hill*, son of Willianv' and Nancy (Pinckney) 
Hill, farmer, removed to Philipstown, Putnam Co., N. Y. ; married 
Phebe, widow of Absalom Ferris and daughter of Justus Nelson ; no 
issue ; both buried in Cold Spring Cemetery. Dying intestate, his 
farm was sold in partition and proceeds of sale distributed among 
his heirs at law. 

54. Jacob Hill*, son of William' and Nancy (Pinckney) 
Hill; married, April 30, 1820, Bethiah, daughter of Thomas Louns- 
berry, of Red Mills ; born 1797 ; died 1884. 

Children of Jacob* and Bethiah (Lounsberry) Hill. 

125. George W.^, born Sept. 20, 1821 ; died at Kent, Putnam 
Co., N. Y., 1903. 



HILL FAMILY. 



126. Thomas L.', born February 10, 1823 ; died at Peekskill, 

- ' > ^ ■■ ■ -- • J- ~ 

127. Gilbert', died young. 

128. Lewis', died young. 

I2g. Ttieodore', born April 7, 1828; died at Red Mills, 
March, 1848, unmarried. 

130. James'^, born May 7, 1830; died young. 

131. Arza', born December 29, 183 1 ; died in Connecticut, 
April, 1S91. 

55. Alza Hill*, son of William"' and Nancy (Pinckney) 
Hill, farmer, Philipstown ; married, June 23, 1842, Mary, daughter 
of Absalom and Piiebe (Nelson) Ferris, of Philipstown; born July 
27, 1824; died November 22, 1885. 

Children of Alza* and Mary (Ferris) Hill, born in Philips- 
town, N, Y. 

132. Nancy', born May ii, 1844; married March 18, 1897, 
John Smith : no issue. 

133. Phebe Jane', born February 2^^, 1846 ; died unmarried, 
February 8, 1903. 

134. Ferris', born December 3, 1848. 

135. Eliza J.\, born June 15, 1852. 

13X William', born December 10, 1854 ; died unmarried 
Augjst 20, 1879. 

137. Athlinda J.,' born March 26, 1859. 

138. Sarah C.,' born March 26, 1859. . 

139. Alza A.,' born July 16, 186 1. 

140. Mary L.,' born January 15, 1865. 
14T. Joseph N.,' born April 27, 1868. 

57. Sarah Hill*, daughter of William^ and Nancy (Pinckney) 
Hill, married General Stephen Pinckney. of Red Mills, N. Y. ; issue: 
William, Ivy, Arvilla, Nancy, Pern.-, Michael, Alva, Stephen, Orplri 
and Lewis. (See Pinckney family.) 



24 HILL FAMILY 



58. Mary Hill,* daughter of William^ and Nancy Pinck- ' 
nev) liiii, liiairi^d Jabt^ Z'.lipii, of the to'vn of Carmel, and former- 
ly of the tov/n of Patterson, Putnam County, N. Y. She is buried 
in ^e Hill family burial ground. 

Children of Jabez and Mary (Hill*) Zeliph. (i), Gilbert, drown- 
ed in Hudson River; issue, Mary, William and Martha. (2), An- 
drew, died about 188 1 ; issue, Andrew Hill, Thomas, Joel, Cornelius, 
Adelia, r\Iary, Rachel and Phebe E. . (3), Cornelius, born 1820; died 
March 3, 1862 ; issue, Fanny, Mary I., Ferdinand, Cornelius, Mag- 
gie, Hettie, Katie and James. (4), William, died at Peekskill ; is- 
sue, Mary, Almira and Sarah. (5), John, removed to Newburgh, 
N. Y. (6), Thomas, died in U. S. service while en route to Mexico 
during Mexican War, (7), Harvey, killed by a falling elevator in 
N. Y. City. 

60. Bethiah Hill,* daughter of William^ and Nancy (Pinckney) 
Hill, married Elijah Depew, mason, Red Mills ; issue : Mary, born 
1839, died November 20, 1842. She also had three other children, 
who took the name of Hill. 

142. Jackson. 

143. Eliza, married Ebenezer Lockwood. 

144. Nancy, married Washington Travis. j 

6 . Phebe Hill,* daughter of Cornelius' and Elizabeth 
(An'ierson'i flill, married John Smith, son of Abel Smith, of Red 
Mills. Among their children were, Abel, Cornelius, Elizabeth and 
Andrew J. 

62. Noah Hill,* son of Cornelius^ and Elizabeth (Ander- { 

son) Hill, farmer, Red j\Iills ; married, January i, 1814, Priscilla, 
daughter of Benjamin Aliller, of Red Mills; born August 5, 1797; 
died May 4, 1877. About 1837 they removed to Steuben County, 
N. Y., where they both died. 

Children of Noah* and Priscilla (Miller) Hill. 

145. John A.,' born August 6, 1815; died January, 1892. 



HILL FAMILY. 25 



'. 146. Benjamin ]\Iiller,' born January 18, 1819; died Sep- 

tfmbcr T, 1863. 

147. Elliott S. AI.,' born December 6, 1820; died September 
'29, 1871. 

148. Martha,^ born April 26, 1822; married, 1847, John 
Hadden. 

149. Mary E.,'' born April 26, 1822. 

150. Daniel,'' born May 13, 1824; married Emily Horton. 

151. James Harvev," born March 3, 1826; died March 3, 
1869. 

152. Susan,' born April 3, 1828; died June 3, 1854; mar- 
ried, 1847, George B. Bailey ; issue, Louise and Jane. 

153. Alfred,' born December 7, 1829; died unmarried Feb- 
ruary 15, 1845. 

154. cazabeth,-' born October 27,, 1832; died 1894; mar- 
ried, June 10. 1847, Lathrop Drew ; issue, Delephine and By- 
ron J. 

155. Cyrus Chase,' born September 22, 1834. 

156. Peter Anderson,' born May 28, 1838; died September 
6, 1863. . 

63. Mary Hill,* daughter of Cornelius^ and Elizabeth An- 
derson) Hill, married, August 15, 1819, Arva H, Pierce, farmer, 
of Carmel, N. Y. ; born August 2, 1799; died November 30, 1870; 
issue: (i), Abizur, b. September, 1821 ; m., 1S38, Frances Elizabeth 
Matthews ; no issue ; removed to San Francisco, Cal. ; he was a lion 
tamer. (2), Cornelius, b. September, 18^29; m. (i), Susan Abbott; 

(3), Jane ; had twelve children. (3), Elizabeth, b. Oct. 6, 

1839 ; m., Dec. 26, 1865, Lewis G. Baldwin. 

64. James Hill,"* son of Cornelius' and Elizabeth (Ander- 
son) Hill, farmer, near Red Mills, married Sarah, daughter of 
Lewis and Orpha (Pierce) Pinckney ; born May 12, 1806; died 
October 24, 1894. Both buried in Baptist Church yard. Red Mills. 

Children of James* and Sarah (Pinckney) Hill, born at Red 
Mills, N. Y. 

157. Lewis,' born November 15. 1830. 



HILL FAMILY. 



158. Cornelius,^ born October 20, 1832. 

159. vViiiiarii", born July 4, 1834; died April 27, i838. 

160. Mary^, born Nov. 24, 1835 ! ^^^^ ^^ Lake Mahopac, N. 
Y., May 17, 1904 ; married Nov. 2"/, 1859, Smith Austin. 

161. Elizabeth,^ born October i, 1840; died September 7, 
1873; married, Dec. 26, 1867, Sturgis Buckley; no issue. 

162. Charlotte^ married (i), Robert J. Wixon ; (2), James 
Maslin. 

163. James Henry,' b. March 22, 1842 ; died July 29, 1884. 

164. Caroline."' born January 9, 1844; married, April 14, 
1874, Leon Hotchkiss, of Lake Mahopac ; no issue. 



82. Isaac Lounsberry Hill.* son of Abraham^ and Deborah 
borah (Louiisba-i-y) Hill, ^nrncr, Red Mills, married, April 28. 
1844, Mary, daujjhter of Horace and Elizabeth (Seeley) Gregory, 
born December 20, 1823. 

Horace and Elizabeth (Seeley) Gregory, of Carmel, Putnam 
Co., N. Y., had three children: (i), Mary, who m. Isaac L. Hill; 
(2), Elizabeth, who m. Harrison Merwin, and (3), Daniel S.. Greg- 
ory, D. D., President of the Lake Forest University, 111., managing 
editor of Standard Dictionary. 

Children of Isaac L.* and EHzabeth (Gregory) Hill, born at Red 
Mills. 

165. Elizabeth G.,' born April 5, 1846. 

t 166. Mary D.,' born February 13, 1848. 

• 167. Thomas T., born July i, 1849. 

168. Abraham L.,^ born December i, 1844; <^i^d June 24, 
1846. 

; 169. Celia Celesta,'' born November 24, 185 1 ; died December 

170. Sarah F.,' born October 12, 1853; married, October 
5, 1876, Irving Wright; issue, Arthur, born April 25, 1885. 

171. Inez Cora, born July 18, 1857; married, November 24, 
1887, Kelsey Hill, son of Harrison Hill. 



HILL FAMILY. 27 



84. Solomon,* son of Abraham" and Deborah (Louns- 
berry) ""^-^i'^ -""^rnT^r, Red Ivtills, m.-irrt-:d Hannah, daughter of 
Michael Sloat, of Lake Mahopac ; born November 11, 1822; died 
August 22, 1892. 

Children of Solomon* and Hannah (Sloat) Hill, born at Red 
Mills. 

172. Allen Blair,' born June 4, 1835 ; died January 19, 1894. 

173. Charles S.,' born December 22, 1837. 

174. Tamar A.,' born April 25, 1845 ; married. September 
19, 1871, Leonard Curry; issue, Charles H., born September 
10, 1873; Jennie B., born November 17, 1877; reside at Som- 
ers, N. Y. : 

85. Tamar Hill,"' daughter of Abraham^ and Deborah (Louns- 
berry Hill, married James W. Horton, farmer, Yorktown, Westches- 
ter Co., N. Y. ; issue, Mary D. 

87. Abraham Hill,* son of Abraham* and Deborah (Louns- 
berry) Hill, m.arried, (i), March 15, 1847, Tam.ar, daughter 
of Daniel Lounsberry, born October 30, 18 15, died November 3, 
1851 ; (2), December 15, 1858, Mary A. Fowler, born December 18, 
1812, died August 28, 1897; no issue. 

Children of Abraham* and Tamar (Lounsberry) Hill: 

175. Hannah J.,' born April 2, 1849. ;V'. 

176. Theodore,^ born December i, 1850. . V. •/: 

90. Andrew U. Hill,* son of Uriah^ and Mary (Swart- 
out) Hill, farmer, removed to Danby, Tompkins Co., about 1832; 
soldier in War of 1812 ; married Louisa Landon^ born November 19, 
1795, died November 15, 1867. 

Children of Andrew U.* and Louisa (Landon) Hill, born in 
Ulster Co., N. Y. 

177. Emeline." born November 3, 1815 ; died at Danby. 
N. Y., April 9, 1903; married. 1834-5, Lewis Hall; issue, 
Elizabeth, Caroline, Mary A., John L. and Eugene. 



28 HILL FAMILY 



178. Luther/ born January 5, 1818; died February 21, 1879; 
married, >t— n.-,^^^^ to^ TQ17 Rmh Van Debogart ; issue: 
Elizabeth, born March 3, 1849; ^I''^ria A., b. April 14, 1855; 
William R., born Feb. 8. 1857 ; Frank D., b. Sept. 25, 1861, and 
Frederick B., born Sept. 25, 1861. 

179. John,' born June 10, 1821 ; died July 30, i860; mar- 
ried Hannah Azard ; no issue. 

180. Elmira,^ born June 5, 1824; died December 29, 1901 ; 
married Festus Cooper ; issue, Lewis. 

181. Mary Catherine,"^ born August 28, 1826; died Decem- 
ber 16, 1899; married William St. John. 

182. Edward B.,' born December 24, 1828; died June 27, 
1885. 

183. Lewis,' born November 8, 183 1 ; died unmarried Febru- 
ary 22, 1864. 

89. Anthony Hill,* son of Uriah^ and Mary (Swartout) Hill, 
married Alary Weeks ; he died intestate in Ulster Co., N. Y. . 

Children of Anthony and Mary (Weeks) Hill, 

184. George B.' 

185. Ephraim," in 1873 resided in Ulster Co., N. Y. 

186. Julia A.,' born May 25, 1818; in 1873 resided in Ulster 
County, N. Y. 

187. Sarah E.» 

188. William," in 1873 resided in Delaware Co., N. Y. 

189. Abram,'' in 1873 resided in Greene Co., N. Y. 

190. Henry,' born February 24, 18 15. 

191. Mary.' 

93. Solomon Hill,* son of Uriah' and Catherine (Davis") 
Hill, married (i), Elizabeth Ann Dunnegan, (2), ]\Iary Warren; 
no issue. His will, dated July 7, 1871, proved September 28, 1874, 
names William D. Dunnegan, nephew, beneficiary. 

94. James Hill,* son of Uriah' and Catherine (Davis) 
Hill, married Katherine Short; resided at Shandakan, Ulster Co., 
N. Y. 



HILL FAMILY. " -, 29 



99. Samuel Hill,* son of Andrew' and Catherine (North) 
Hill, farmer, married, February 12, 1818, Rhoda Davis, born at 
Olive, Ulster County, N. Y., March 19, 1799; died April 3, 1875; 
removed to I\Iiddleio\vn, Delaware County, N. Y., about 1820, and 
from there to Shandakan, Ulster County, N. Y. 

Children of Samuel and Rhoda (Davis) Hill, born at Middle- 
town, Delaware County, N. Y. 

192. Andrew S.,° born September 7, 1820 ; died November 
15, 1854; m., December 20, 1846, Louisa M. Wolcott ; issue, 
Ava, Sandy, 

193. William D.,' born July 22, 1822; died April 14, 1891, 
at Kingston, N. Y. 

194. Mary,' born October 13, 1824; married, September 
1, i8c:o, Jacob Cure; born Februarv 2, 1820; died February 19, 
1875. 

195. Catherine,' born November 26, 1826 ; died August 1881 ; 
married, July 19, 1863, Andrus Cole, born Nov, 17, 1823. 

196. J. Wesley,' born November 24, 1828 ; died August 
30, 1869, at >\liddletown, Delaware Co., N. Y,,; m., Nov, 30, 
1852, INIartha Connelly ; died November, 1894. 

197. Egbert,' born March 26, 1831 ; died March 22, 1900; 
married, Jul}- 6, 1853, Elthear Keator. 

198. Alonzo,' born January 18, 1833 ; married, June 13, 
1878, PriscilJa Luscomb ; died October 11, 1898, 

199. EHzHbeth,° born April 20, 1834; died May 23, 1849. 

200. Richard W.,' born I\Iay 29, 1835. 

201. Abigail D.,^ born January 13, 1837; died May 5, 
1892, at Walton, N, Y. ; married, July 31, 1870, William C. 
Gould ; died Aug. 30, 1884. 

202. Isaac D.,' born April 28, 1838; died March 11, 1902, 
at Pine Hill, Ulster Co., N. Y. ; married, June 27,, 1874, Sarah 
Floyd, born March 24, 1854. 

203. Salome,' born September 28, 1839 ; died unmarried 
November 13, 1856, at Kingston, N, Y. 

204. Melissa O.,' born November 3, 1845 • niarried, July 5, 
1866, Peter R. Grant; born July 14, 1840; died July 28, 1892, 
at Leroy, Michigan. 



30 HILL FAMILY. 



lOO. Abraham Hill,* son of Andrew^ and Catherine (North) 
HiP. f^rr"'^^ married, 1820, Catherine, daughter of John 
and Catherine (Eckert) North, born February 17, 1803, died at 
Prattsville, N. Y., July 24, 1884 ; removed to Middletown, Delaware 
Co., N. Y., in 1822. 

Children of Abraham and Catherine (North) Hill, born at Mid- 
dletown, Delaware Co., N. Y. 

205. George W.,^ born February, 1822; died September 9, 
1903" 

206. Ednnmd A.,= born January 3, 1824. 

207. Andrew J.,' born 1827 ; died 1834. 

208. Miriam,^ born September, 1829. 1. 

209. John F.,' born August i, 1831 ; died 1834. 

210. Emeiine,^ born August, 1833 ; died August, 1834. 

211. Catherine,' born July 2, 1835; died unmarried, July 
K 8, 1870. 

212. Fenton,=* born Septembebr 12, 1837; unmarried; was a 
private Co. D, 120th N. Y. V., in Civil War; resides at Pratts- 
ville, N. Y. 

213. Fletcher,' born January 22, 1842. 

214. Clarissa,"' born December 22, 1839; married M. Han- 
negham, of Acia, N. Y. 

215. Adam Clark, born November 30, 1844; was a private 
Co. D, I20th N. Y. v.; killed at Petersburgh, Va., 2vlarch 31, 
i8( 5 ; unmarried. 

loi. William Hill,* son of Andrew^ and Catherine (North) Hill, 
clerg>'nian, married, 1824, Anna, daughter of Isaac and Catherine 
(Short) Kiting, born at Woodstock, N. Y., 1798; died 1867. 

Children of William* and Anna (Elting) Hill: 

216. Catherine,' born 1825 ; died 1876. 

217. Sarah,' born 1826; married 1855, Philip H, Cooper; 
resides at Lincoln, Neb. 

218. Jane,' born 1828; m.arried, November 20, 1847, James 
H. Shaw ; resides at Shokan, N. Y. 



HILL FAMILY. 81 



219. Isaac/ born Aug. 24, 1830; died Dec. 26, 1895. 

220. Charles W..'' born 1833: died 1899; married, i860, Julia 
Shatter ; issue, Charles, b. ; P lora, b. . 

221. Jemima,' born 1S35 ; died 1839. 

222. Wilbur F.,' born June 17, 1837; married, October 
9, 1859, Kate Cooper ; resides at Shokan, N. Y. Issue : Carrie, 
born June 25, i860; died April 25, 1898; Jennie, born Decem- 
ber 29, 1861 : died May 14, 1865. 

223. Cornelia,^ born 1839; died 1899; married, 1869, Alonzo 
G. Paddock. 

224. Abel,^ born 1841 ; resides at Lincoln, Nebraska. 



103. John Hiil/ son of Andrew^ and Catherine (North) Hill, 
married Sarah Hollister, born May 28, 1805; died October 18, 18S3; 

resided in Ol^v-, Ulster County, N. Y. 

"?■ 

Children of John'* and Sarah (Hollister) Hill, born at Shokan, 
N. Y. 

225. James,'"' born April 9, 1826; married. May 18, 1850, 
Hannah Eckert : born March 20, 1828; died November 20, 
1892; resides at Shokan, N. Y. ; no issue. 

226. Albert,^ born July 12, 1828; died October 8, 1864; mar- 
ried, Sept. 7, 1854, Alary Jane Dubois ; issue, Alice and Lois. 

227. Mary Catherine,' born March 30. 183 1 ; died May 11, 
1898; married, March 30, 1876, Lemuel Boice ; no issue. 

228. Elizabeth,' born May 29, 1833 ; died unmarried, April 
30, 1853- 

229. Svlvan,' born May 25, 1836; died unmarried March 22, 
1868. 

230. Hannah,' born August 26, 1838; died at Shokan, N. Y., 
June 24, 1853. . ■ . ^ 

231. Gideon,' born February 11, 1841. - 

232. Lucinda,' born March 8, 1845. 

104. Andrew Hill, Jr.,* son of Andrew* and Catherine 
(North) Hill, married, January 28, 1844, Jane, daughter of Richard 
and Hannah (Krom.) Gosseline ; born 1815; died 1851. Issue: 



}T:pi /•^♦-,/^T/^ 



,^5; rfoifcl,'' b^irif.' ran 



32 HILL FAMILY. 



233. Emma, born September 14, 1845 5 married, May 25, 
1876, Windrum ; reside at Shokan, N. Y. 

234. Miriam, born June i, 1847; married July 3, 1866. 

105. Thomas Hill,* son of Andrew^ and Catherine (North Hill, 
married (i), 1830, Gertrude L. Montanya, born 1810, died 1841 ; 
(2), Maria Russell Wood. He was member of New York State 
Assembly in 1865. 

Children of Thomas* and Gertrude (Montanya) Hill. 

235. Maria,' born 1832 ; died 1890 ; married Albert Eckert 

236. Sarah,' born 1833 ; married Thomas Windrum ; resides 
at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

238. Eliza,' born January 25, 1837 ; married, February, 
1856, Rundell J. Lake, born October, 183 1 ; died April, 1880; 
issue, Gertrude ; resides in Kingston, N. Y. 

Children of Thomas* and Maria R. (Wood) Hill: i' 

239. Thomas,' born 1846 ; died 1897 ; married. 

240. Joseph S.,' born 1848; married Elizabeth Hogan ; re- 
sides at West Shokan, N. Y. Issue: Josephine, born 1871, 
died 1902 ; Frank J., born 1873, resides at West Shokan, N. Y. ; 
Marie, born 1877; Eva S., born 1880, and Elizabeth, born 1885. 

241. Antoinette, born 1843; died 1868 or 'y'^; va. George \N. 
Dutcher. 

242. Russell, born 1851; died 1854. , 

i- i' ■■'-. . . '.:;":."'i.:'-." 5.*' ■'■■■■ 

243. Frank, born 1857 ; died 1872. , ,. 

244. Eva C, born 1853; died 1894; m. McD. Van Hagenen ; 
resides at Kingston, N, Y. 

106. Emelinda Hill,' daughter of Uriah* and Anna (Dean^^ 
Hill, married, November 10, 1830, Ebenezer, son of Robert 
and Miriam (Cunningham) Wright, of Lake Mohopac, farmer; 
born March 9, 1807; died February 7, 1881, at Belvedere, Illinois, 
where they removed about 1859. Their only child, Lucy, born Octo- 
ber 13, 183T, married Robert, son of Eleazer and Elizabeth Fergu- 
son, of Red Mills. He died at Belvedere, III., March 17, 1900. 



HILL FAillLY. 33 



107. Martha Hill,' daughter of Uriah* and Anna (Dean) 
Hill, married, June 15, 1831, Walter B., son of Hezekiah and Eliza- 
beth (Mabie) Hull, of Red Mills; born February 5, 1812; died 
August 4, 1890, at Belvedere, Illinois, where they removed about 
1854. 

Children of Walter B. and Martha (HilP) Hull, born at Red 
Mills. I, Elizabeth, b. April 23. 1832; d. at Belvedere, III, unmar- 
ried, November 10, 1864. 2, Hezekiah, b. November 7, 1834; d. 
March i, 1895 ; m., February 9, i860, Calista Stockvvell. 3, John 
D., bom J\Iarch 10, 1837 ; m., December 18, 1868, Olive Gray, of 
Beloit, Wis. 4, Mary A., b. January 19, 1839; d. April i, 1S88 ; m., 
November 12, 1855, at Belvedere, 111., Deville Hale. 5, Am.anda, b. 
January 9, 1841 ; m., October 26, 1861, Smith A. Wixon, of Belve- 
dere, 111. 6, Meeker, b. April 25, 1844; d. Novem.ber 19, 1864, un- 
,iii«.rrit;d. 7- ■^'I'-ii^i'"', ij. *«ovi.iiiOcr 5> i'-'4^> ^- Feurutiry 6, 1802, at 
Belvedere, 111. 

108. Noah D. Flill,"^ son of Uriah* and Anna (Dean) 
Hill ; never married ; was drowned in Croton River, near Van Cort- 
landt !Manor House, while crossing the river on horseback ; the 
horse stepped into a deep hole, throwing rider into the river. The 
bridge over river had been destroyed by the breaking away of Cro- 
ton Dam. 

109. Uriah Hill, Jr.,' son of Uriah* ;'.nd Anna (Dean) 
Hill, married, April 10, 1842, at Peekskill, N. Y., by Rev. William 
Marshall, to Alethea, daughter of Reuben R. and Deborah (Brush) 
Finch, of Peekskill, born at Coscob, Connecticut, March 14, 1823. 

Children of Uriah' and Alethea (Finch) Hill. 

245. Julia,* born May i, 1843, at Peekskill; died February 
18, 1844, at New York City. 

246. Henry.® born December 7, 1846, at New York City; 
died August 5, 1862 ; drowned in Hudson River at Peekskill, 
while swimming. 

247. Sarah Vail,* born October 20, 1850, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 



34 HILL FAMILY. 



248. Reuben Finch,' born June 21, 1856, at Peekskill ; died 
September 13, 1856. 

249. Edward Finch,® born August 11, 1857, at Peekskill. 

no. Amzi Hill,^ son of Uriah* and Anna (Dean) Hill, 
married, October 9, 1850, at New York City, Sarah, daughter of 
John and Sarah (Bailey) Buskirk, of New York City; born Octo- 
ber 5, 1828; died at Brooklyn, N. Y., December 16, 1878. 

John Buskirk, born October 31, iSoi ; died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 
December 16, 1878; married, January 15, 1825, Sarah Bailey, born 
November 15, 1794; died at Brooklyn, N. Y., January 5, 1872. 

Children of Amzi'' and Sarah (Buskirk) Hill. 

250. Frederica B.," born October 13, 1850 : unmarried. 
:2jl. Cl-ii'^rxCe," borii Sepujiiiber il, 1857 j dicd _young. 

252. Henry B.,*' born July 14, 1862. 

III. Ira Dean Hill," son of Uriah* and Anna (Dean) 
Hill, married, July 25, 1844, jMrs. Phebe (Miller) Case, of Red 
Mills, N. Y., born March 19, 1813 ; died at Belvedere, IlHnois, 
February 6, 1898. Mrs. Hill married, (i), John S. Case, of Nor- 
wich, Conn., in 1833 ; they removed to Facon, Marshall County, 
Illinois, where Mr. Case died in 1840. Mr. Hill removed from Red 
Mills to Illinois in 1853, and engaged in farming; in 1862 he en- 
listed in the 95th Illinois Regiment, and served three years ; during 
fourteen months of service, his wife was with him and rendered 
efficient service in caring for the sick and wounded and cooking and 
mending for her husband and comrades. After the war he returned 
to Belvedere, Illinois, and engaged in horticulture, and subsequently 
removed to W'hitefish, Ontario, Canada, where he now resides. 

Children of Ira D.' and Phebe (Miller) Hill. 

253. Jane Ophelia,' born June 2, 1845, in New York City. 

254. Sarah Adelia,* born July 7, 1847. at Norwich, Conn. ;, 
married, January 31, 1867, George Robinson; issue, three chil- 
dren. 



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HILL FAMILY. 35 



112. Stephen Hill,' son of Uriah* and Anna (Dean) 
Hill, married (i), September 5, 1853, Mary E., daughter of Samuel 
and Elizabeth (Anderson) i^erns, born March 12, 1829; died July 
22, 1872; buried at Red Mills; (2), November 18, 1874, Elvira 
Bounds, of Boone Co., Ill Samuel Ferris, farmer. Red Mills, born 
July 20, 1794, married, June 16, 1822, Elizabeth, daughter of James 
Anderson. 

Children of Stephen'' and Marry (Ferris) Hill: 

255. Eva F.,® born August 23, 1854; died November, 1903; 
married James G. Loveridge, of Illinois. 

256. Carrie,® born August I, 1856. 

257. Susan F.,** born December 19, 1858. 

258. Milah,® born February 16, 1861. 
Chi!;!r2n c^ S'-phen^' and Elvira (Bounds) Hill. 

259. Ira Bradley," born November 19, 1880. 

260. Vera Dean,'^ born September 10, 1883 ; died March 2^^ 
1885. 

261. Hattie,® born September 9, 1885. 

114. Adah Hill,^ daughter of Uriah* and Anna (Dean) 
Hill, married, March 8, 1855, Eiias Ayers, of Richford, Tioga Coun- 
ty, N, Y. ; born at Richford, February 3, 1834; died February 16, 
1894. 

Children of Elias and Adah (HilP) Ayers. 

262. Amzi,*^ born June 12, 1856; died March i, 1863. 

262). Frederick A.,® born August 16, 1857; married, March 
20, 1878, Martha Satterly. 

264. Lucina,® born July 29, 1869 ; married, October 2, 1875, 
Harvey Bunce. 

265. Alethea,^ born June 25, 1861 ; died October 2, 1895; 
married, October 29, 1876, Franklin Zeh. 

267. Sarah,^ born October 28, 1866; married, March 5, 
1880, George Palmerton. 

268. Charles," bom September 20, 1870 ; married, November 
8, 1889, Lida Tubbs. 



36 HILL FAMILY. 



116. Phebe Hill,^ daughter of Uriah* and Anna (Dean) 
Hill, married, February 21, t86i. at Richford, Tioea County, N. Y., 
Hiram Policy; born 1835; clied September 13, 1894; issue, Edward, 
born January 12, 1802. 

117. Alonzo Hill,^ son of Anthony* and Dorothy (Pinckney) 
Hill, married, April 8, 1S49, Marietta, daughter of Elijah Crane, 
of Carmel, born April 18, 1825. 

269. Josephus,*' born March 25, 1850 ; married, March 6, 
1873, Susan Jones. 

270. Harriet," born July 6, 185 1 ; married, September 18, 
188 1, Hiram Polley. 

271. George,® born October 11, 1852; married, November, 
1872, Belle Browen. 

272. Caroline.® born April 10, 1858; married, July, 1877, 
James Diamond. 

273. Charles N.,*^ born May 8, 1S60; married, July 8, 1870, 
Fanny Witty, 

118. Lorenzo Dow Hill,^ son of Anthony* and Dorothy 
(Pinckney) Hill; married about 1840, Emily, daughter of Daniel 
Hitchcock of the town of Carmel, Putnam County, N. Y. ; born 
January, 1814; died January 11, 1888. 

Children of Lorenzo Dow° and Emily (Hitchcock) Hill: 

274. Adeline, born November 22, 1842 ; married October 30, 
1878, William C. Smith ; reside at Mahopac Falls, N. Y. 

119. Caroline Hill,' daughter of Anthony* and Dorothy (Pinck- 
ney) Hill, married Smith Lockwood, of Carmel, Putnam County, 
N. Y. ; born 1824; died August 30, 1866. Among their children 
were Wallace, Sophia, Nora and Dorothy. 

120. Kelsey Hill,' son of Anthony* and Dorothy (Pinckney) 
Hill, married, January 6, 1857, Susan Crawford ; died December 
?8, 1897. 

Children of Kelsey* and Susan (Crawford) Hill: 

275. Viola." 



HILL FAMILY. 87 



276. George,^ born March 15, i860; died November 2'^, 1896. 
2y'/. Minnie," born October 21, 186-. 

121. Henry Hill,= son of Anthony* and Dorothy (Pinckney) 
Hill, married, December 29, 1866, Julia, daughter of Isaac and 
Biilah Miller, of Belvedere, Illinois; born November 17, 1835; died 
October 9, 1890. 

Children of Henry^ and Bulah (Miller) Hill: 

278. Ezra," born February 3, 1870; married May 27, 1891, 
Minnie Strickland. 

279. Mystic," bom December 11, 1871 ; married, June 21, 
. 1891, F. G. Kennedy ; issue, Sylvia, born July 23, 1898. 

123. Harrison Hiil,^ son of Anthony'' and Dorothy (Pinck- 
ney) Hill, married Loretta, daughter of Gideon Barrett, of the town 
of Carmel, N. Y. 

280. Kelsey,^ born May 4, 1861 ; married November 24, 
1887, Cora, daughter of Isaac L. Hill. 

281. Jessie,^ born June 21, 1863; married June 21, 1883, 
Thaddeus Pinckney. 

282. Avis," born February 28, 1868; married December 6, 
1885, Azor Hadden. 

283. Ida," born June 7, 1872 ; married September 19, 1888, 
George Barrett. 

284. Carrie," born August 19, 1873 ; xiiarried November 15, 
1893, Nelson Austin. 

285. Gertrude," born October 10, 1880; married October 26, 
1898, Merwin Post. 



124. Leonard Hill,'' son of Andrew* and Catherine (Strang) 
Hill, married January 15, 1857, Lorinda Berger ; born April 2, 1839. 

Children of Leonard' and Lorinda (Berger) Hill: 

286. Laura," born December 2, 1857; died November 12, 
1899 ; married January 28, 1879, E. H. Kridler. 

287. William F.," born November 5, 1859. 



38 HILL FAMILY. 



288. Byron,** 'bom March 15, 1862; died December 8, i^ 
:narried Er^.ma Freeman ; children, Leonard, born December 18, 
1886, aiid Howard. 

289. Kate,*^ born February 14, 1864; married June 7, 1893, 
Oscar F. Ulland. 

290. Carrie Strang,*^ born November 20, 1866 ; married Sep- 
tember 2, 1896, J. H. McKay, D. S., b. May 7, 1867. Issue, 
Lorinda J., born September i, 1897. 

125. George W. Hill,^ son of Jacob* and Bethiah (Louns- 
berry) Hill, married (i) Mrs. Mahala Agor, widow of George Agor, 
and daughter of John and Sarah Barger, of Putnam \^alley, N. Y. ; 
she died January 20, 1904; (2} Mrs. Anna Zeliph, widow of Cor- 
nelius Zeliph and daughter of Ferdinand Robinson. 

Children of George \V.^ and Mahala (Barger) Hill: 

291. Emmalinda,^ born April i, 1855; married October 22, 
1872, Randolph Croft, of Putnam Valley, N. Y. 

292. Chloe,® died young. 

126. Thomas L. Hill,*^ son of Jacob* and Bethiah (Louns- 
berry) Hill, married January 12, 1885, Augusta Darling; born Oc- 
tober I, 1835. No is5ue. 

131, Arza Hill,' son of Jacob* and Bethiah (Lounsberry) 
Hill ; ^ "ethodist Episcopal Clergyman in Connecticut ; married Fran- 
ces A. Hibbard. No issue. 

134. Ferris Hill,' son of Alza* and Mary (Ferris) Hill, mar- 
ried July 15, 1875, Anna J. Burwell ; resides at San Francisco, 
Cal. Issue 

293. Cora O.,* born September 9, 1876. 

135. Eliza J. Hill,' daughter of Alza* and Mary (Ferris) Hill, 
married November 7, 188 1, George H. Speedlmg. of Nelsonville, 
Putnam County, N. Y. Issue, Mary E., born December 30, 1883 ; 
Oliver H., born January r8, 1889. Reside at Nelsonville, N. Y. 



EILL FAMILY. 39 



138. Sarah C. Hill,' daughter of Alza* and Mary (Ferris) 
Hill, marri'^d April 8, 1883. Georpre A. Merritt : reside at Danbury, 
Conn. Issue (i), Alice, b. March 8, 1884; (2), Anna E., b. January, 
25, 1886; (3), John L., b. May 30, 1892. 

139. Alza A. Hill,' son of Alza* and Mary (Ferris) Hill, mar- 
ried June 12, 1896, Sarah J. Ehvell ; reside at Danbury, Conn. Is- 
sue, Nelson, b. July 11, 1898. 

140. Mary L. Hill,' daughter of Alza* and Mary (Ferris) 
Hill, married (l) Harry Kinderman, died 1892; (2) April 17, 1894, 
Lewis R. Peters. Issue first marriage, W. Duprey Kinderman, b. 
June 10, 1890. 

142. Jackson Hill,' son of Bethiah* Hill, married Elizabeth A. 
; u(jm ivlcucii j, ioji ; ^Jicu jaiiua.rj .^4, ic)95- 



Children of Jackson and Elizabeth ( ) Hill : 

295. Mary Frances,* born 1851 ; died March 28, 1863. 

296. Esther,® died April 3. 1863. 

297. Sanford/' born January 16, 1863 ; blacksmith ; resides at 
Peekskill, N. Y. 

298. A. Lincoln," born . 

145. John A. Hill,' son of Noah* and Priscilla (^liller) Hill, 
married Emeline Thompson. 

Children of John A.^ andl^riscSa^'fMiller^^^ 

299. Charlotte.'^ 

300. Lucy.® 

301. Alfred.® 

302. Emma.® 

303. Charles,® died November, 1895. 

146. Benjamin Miller Hill,' son of Noah* and Priscilla (Miller) 
Hill, married May 6, 1846, Eliza M. Miller ; born February 3, 1848. 

Children of Benjamin' and Eliza Miller: 

304. Emma,® born February 14, 1847. 



40 HILL FAMILY. 



305. Anna,® born July 26, 1849. 

306. Ci.ailcs/' born ])vlnrcii i2, 1852. 

307. Frank.** born January 31, 1862, \ 

i 
147. Elliott S. M. Hill,^ son of Noah* and Priscilla (Miller) \ 

Hill, married December 7, 1846, Mary E. Newberry ; born August i 

7, 1827. I 

Children of Elliott S. M.^ and ^lary (Newbury) Hill : I 

308. George JNIilnor,^ born February 12, 1849. 

309. Virginia Jane,^ born February 24, 185 1. ;. 

310. Lucie Alice,® born February 2;^, 1853. 

311. Mary Helen,® born August 25, 1859. 

312. F.lla Florence.® born May 21, 1862. I 

313. Emma Augusta,® born December 4, 1869. ;.; 

149. Mary E. Hill,= daughter of Noah* and Priscilla (Miller) 
Hill, married (i), October, 1842, David Rosenkrans ; (2), March 5, 
1863, Commodore C. Vincent; three children. 

155. Cyrus Chase Hill,^ son of Noah* and Priscilla (Miller) Hill ; 
married, October 10, 1S5S, Mary E. Hults, born July i, 1838; reside 
at South Poulteny, Steuben County, N. Y. ; issue, Ella E., born Sep- 
tember 20, 1859, died October, 1901, married Bedell. 

157. Lewis Hill,' son of James* and Sarah (Pinckney) Hill, 
married (i). May 14, 1851, Eliza, daughter of Stephen Bailey, born 
May 17, 1828, died March 10, 1868; (2), Dorothy, daughter of 
Plume Croft, of Putnam Valley, N. Y., born March 8, 1852 ; reside 
at Mahopac Mines, Putnam County, N. Y. 

Qiildren of Lewis^ and Eliza (Bailev) Hill, born near Red Mills. 
N. Y. - ' 

314. Imogene,® born October 11, 1852; died September 24, 
1854. 

315. Virginia,® bom January 24, 1854; died October 3, 1854- 

316. Eugene B.,® born May 12, 1855. 



HILL FAMILY. 41 



317. Ophelia.* bom September 8, 1858; died ; married 

Tohn Wallace : no issue. 

318. Ambrose," born Jnly 8. 1859. 
Children of Lewis^ and Dorothy (Croft) Hill: 

319. Jennie, born April t8, 1872; married Elijah Jenkins; 
issue, Alberra. 

320. Herbert, born Jan. 19, 1874; married Florence, daughter 
of Alva Pinckney ; issue. Dorothy. Grace and Lillian. 

T58. Cornelius Hill."' son of James* and Sarah (Pinckney) Hill, 
married, October 23. 1862. Harriet A., daiighter of Amos and Ame- 
lia (Barnum) Brush, of New Fairfield. Conn., born May 30, 1838, 
died at Red 3.1ills, March 28. 1892. 

C.:AlT^n ci C-rncli:-s^ and H-rrie* (Brush) Hill: 

32T. Irvne." born July 29. 1869: married June 19. 1904. Peter 
Bennett, of Carniel, N. Y. 

322. W. Ernest," born March 10, 1872; married Jennie 
Barnes, of Fishkill, N. Y. ; issue, RavTnond. b. . 

323. (jeorcre C..** born September 2, 1870. 

324. Frederick." born January i, 1868; died March 25, 1869. 

162. Charlotte Hill,"' daughter of James* and Sarah (Pinckney) 
Hill, married ( i ), October 12, 1864, Robert J. Wixom, born October 
8, 1822, died July 10, 1885; issue, Anna and Tottie. (2), James 
Maslin. 

163. James H. Hill,'' son of James* and Sarah (Pinckney) Hill, 
married, September 12, 1869, Melissa Warren, born 1848, died July 
7, 1885. 

Children of James H."* and Mehssa (Warren) Hill: 
. 325. Minnie.'' born January 17, 187 1. 

326. Sarah u..'* born August 28, 1873 ; married Jesse Vail. 

327. Arthur W.,** bom September 13, 1874. 

328. Josephine.'' born May 25, 1884. 

329. Elizabeth," born 1876; died December 4. 1881. 



43 HILL l'A3nLY. 



i66. Mary D. Hill,' daughter of Isaac L.* and Mary (Gregory) 
Hill, married, Augusi ^/, 1077, i^llas B., sun of William and Nancy 
Glenn, of Wayne County, N. Y. ; issue, Edith D,. born May 9, i83i. 

167. Thomas T. Hill,'' son of Isaac L." and Mary (Gregory) 
Hill, married, April 6, 1871, Ella F., daughter of Manning and Mary 
Jane Merrill. 

Children of Thomas T.' and Mary J. (Merrill) Hill: 

330. Frederick M.,^ born January 27, 1873. 

331. Alice J.^ born February 18, 1881. 

172. Allen Blair Hill,' son of Solomon* and Hannah (Sloat) 
Hill, married, August 10, 1886, Hattie, daughter of William H. and 
Mary £. Smith, of Carmel, N. V. 

Children of Allen Blair^ and Flattie (Smith) Hill: 

332. William,'^ born October 7, 1887 ; died April 10, 1888, 

333. Lucretia,® born January 22, 1899. 

334. Bertha,^ born July 15, 1891. 

335. Allen Blair, Jr., born October 26, 1903. 

173. Charles S. Hill,'' son of Solomon* and Hannah (Sloat) Hill, 
married, 1869, Clorinda, daughter of Daniel Squires, of Red Mills, 
N. Y., born March 11, 1840, died January 5, 1888. 

Children of Charles S.'' and Clorinda (Squires) Hill: .^ 

336. Albert L.,^ born March 6, 1871. 

337. Nellie S..° born August 3, 1875. 

175. Hannah J. Hill.' daughter of Abraham* and Tamar (Louns- 
berry) Hill, married, November 9, 1871, Peter B. Curry, farmer, 
Yorktown, N. Y. 

Children of Peter B. and Hannah (Hill') Curry: 

338. Theodore A.," born July 12, 1879. 

339. Peter B.," born July 23. 188-. 

340. Jessie IMay,* born February 2, 1890. 



HILL FAMILY. 43 



176. Theodore Hill,® son of Abraham* and Tamar (Lounsberry) 
Ilill, firnicr, Yc"!:':':^'"^, N Y., rn-r^ried, June 20, 1892, Susan, 
daughter of James II. Curry, M. D., of Shrub Oaks, N. Y., born 
August 2, 1864. 

Children of Theodore'' and Susan (Curry) Hill: 

341. James Curry,** born March 15, 1893. 

342. Theodore Curry," born July 24, 1896, 

182. Edward B. Hill/' son of Andrew* and Louisa (Landon) 
Hill, married, June 15, 1864, Rhoda D. Wilcox, born December 12, 
1842, died May 2, 189 1. He was born and died at Danby, N. Y. 

Children of Edward B/ and Rhoda (Wilcox) Hill: 
34J. Elbeit B.," bwra July 12, 1866. 

344. Luman A.,® born September 6, 1871. 

345. Marcus J./' born August 8, 1873. 

193. William D. Hill/ son of Samuel* and Rhoda (Davis) Hill, 
married, August 16, i860, ]Mary Saulpaugh, born June i, 1842. 

Children of William D/ and }*Iary (Saulpaugh) Hill: 

346. Frances M.,*' born May 29, 1861, married, October 16, 
1884, Hon. James A. Betts, of Kingston, N. Y. ; issue, James 
H., born January 27, 1889. 

200. Richard W. Hill,' son of Samuel* and Rhoda (Davis) Hill, 
married (i), March 28, i860, Susan Estall, died October 9, 1864; 
(2), March 6, 1866, Paulina Hoffman; reside at Pine Hill, N. Y. 

205. George W. Hill,^ son of Abraham* and Catherine (North) 
Hill, married (i), x^pril 28, 1846, Olivia Dodge, b. 1819, died Au- 
gust 22, 1856; (2), xMay 20, 1S58, Matilda, daughter of Ebenezer 
Reed, born July 18, 1832. 

Children of George W/ and Olivia (Dodge) Hill, born at Rox- 
bury, N. Y. 

347. Abraham," born May 22, 1848; died Sept. 12, 185T. 



U HILL FAMILY. 



'^fR GeoTfre W.,' born April 4, 18^0; died at Olean, N. Y., 
February, it<88. 

349. Clara Idella, born September 2, 1851. 

350. Orrin L., born October 10, 1854 ; married, November 
25, 1852, Cassie Cnmmings ; reside at Stamford, N. Y. 

Children of George W.^ and Matilda (Reed) Hill, born at Rox- 
bury, N. Y. 

352. Frank ^l.,^ born October 4, 1859 ; died Dec. 9, 1888. 

. 353- Olivia D.," born March 3, 1862 ; married William Shaw ; 
resides at Esopus, N. Y. 

355. Edward M.,® born May 10, 1864; married, October 26, 

1887, Delilah R. Corbin, born March 29. 1869; issue, Edna J., 
b. August 27, 1888 ; Richardina, b. December 15. 1892 ; Veltena, 
b. juiy iy, 1099; i'tsides at Llargarotsvillc, N. Y. 

356. Andrew J.,'' born December 25, 1865 ; m. Alice Ta>lor ; 
resides at Tannersville, N. Y. 

357. Miriam N.,® born June 2/, 1868; married. May 31, 1893, 
Addison Dunham. 

358. Sarah C.,'' born November 9, 1869; married, May 31, 
1893, Newton Dutcher. 

206. Edmund A. tJill,'' son of Abraham* and Catherine (North) 
Hill, clergyman Methodist Episcopal Church, married, December 
23, 1851, Eliza J., daughter of Thomas W. and ^^Fary (Hayden) 
Sloan, born February ii, 1824, died February 2^, 1885; he resides 
at Yonkers, N. Y. 

Children of Edmund A.^ and Eliza (Sloan) Hill: 

359. Edward Clarence.'' born September 15, 1852; married, 
April II, 1878, Fanny M. Benedict, of Pittsfield, Mass.; issue, 
Edward C, Jr., Florence and Rowland. 

360. Mary," born July 10, 1855 ; unmarried. 

361. Emma,* born December 29, 1858; married, August 8, 

1888. Charles W. Field, of Brot>klyn, N. Y. 

36J. Clara.** born November 10, 1861 ; unmarried. 

363. Emory F.,*' born June 14, 1864; died April, 1900; mar- 
ried, January 2. 1888, Lydia A. Proper, of Pittsfield, Mass. ; 
i??\:e. Mildred. 



HILL FAMILY. 45 



208. Miriam Hill,^ daughter of Abraham* and Catherine (North) 
Hill, married, November 17, 1853, Edgar F. Pangman, born May 
29, 1833 ; reside at Jewett, iN. Y. 

Children of Edgar F. and Miriam (HilP) Pangman, born at 
Jewett, N. Y. 

364. Isabella A.,^ born July 7, 1856: married, 1876, Arthur 
A. Cross ; issue, Pearl and Lloyd. 

365. Florence Catherine,^ born May 12, t86i ; married, Oc- 
tober 13, 1886, Erastus N. Chamberlain; Willet, born May 15, 
1859, died May 6, 1861. 

213. Fletcher Hill,^ son of Abraham* and Catherine (North) 
Hill, married, July 5, 1882, Mrs. Clara (Doolittle) Avery, born 
May of> 1S49; reside at Prattsville, N. Y. 

Children of Fletcher^ and Clara (Doolittle) Hill: 

366. Mary E.,^ born August 21, 1883 ; died October 16, 1884. 

367. Harry D.,** born October 14. 1884. 

368. Frederick," born December 30. 1885. 

369. Abram A.,® born September 21. 1887. 

370. Kate C' born November 12, 1889. 

219. Isaac Hill,^ son of William* and Catherine (Elting) Hill, 
married, June 25, 1857, Rebecca, daughter of Daniel F. and Nellie 
(Dubois) Davis, born May 3. 1835 • she resides at Johnson, Tenn. 

Children of Isaac" and Rebecca (Davis) Hill : 

T^yi Anna," born April 27, 1858; m., February 12, 1891, Rev. 
William Johnston. 

372. Mary,^ born January 22, i860: m., August 12, 1883, El- 
mer E. Bedell. 

373. Jennie K.,* born December 22, 1867 ; m., December 4, 
1888, John W. Cure. 

374. Lizzie," born November 21, 1872: m. (i), Mar. 15, 1892, 
Lamont Dubois, died March 27. i8()9; (2), August 19, 1903, 
Rev. A. K. MacRae. 



45 HILL FAMILY. 



231. Gideon Hill,' son of John* and Sarah (Hollister) Hill, law- 

;'^r, rf^sir''^'- "1 "f^-^rriman, Tenn.; married, ]V[ay 29, 18^7, at New- 
burgh, N. Y., Arabella, daughter of William and Ann (Thorns) 
Caldwell, of Xcwburgh, N. Y., born August 31, 1847. 

Children of Gideon^ and Arabella (Caldwell) Hill: 

375. i\Iabel L.,® born January 7, 1869 ; married, September 
14, 1889, Leslie DeGroot ; reside at Philadelphia, Pa. 

376. Genevieve,® born March 11. 1871 ; married, June 7, 1893, 
George B. Durrell ; reside at Harriman, Tenn. 



232. Lucinda Hill,'^ daughter of John* and Sarah (Hollister) 
Hill, married, October 5, 1871, Stephen A. Brown, born February 
.^2, iZ^C, Mcl;;!' rica^^nl, Westchester County, N. Y. ; reside at 
Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Children of Stephen and Lucinda (Hill^) Brown: 

377. Sarah Etta,^ born August 22, 1873. 

378. Charles Herbert,® born February i, 1874; died January 
16, 1901. 

379. Florence Hollister,® born September 12, 1S77. 

380. Frank Leroy,® born September 3, 1879. 

381. Adah M.,® born August 26, 1881. 

249. Edward Finch Hill,® son of Uriah' and Alethea (Finch) 
Hill ; manufacturer ; secretary Union Stove Works, Peekskill, N. Y. ; 
married, June 16, 1887, at Peekskill, by Rev. Irving E. White, Jessie, 
daughter of Staates Morris and Rebecca (Stinson) Dyckman, of 
Peekskill, born at Verplancks Point, N. Y., April 22, 1861. 

Children of Edward F." and Jessie (Dyckman) Hill, born at 
Peek.-=kill : 

382. Hazel Dyckman.' born July 28, 1888. 

383. Edward Knight,^ born August 22, 1892. 

384. Dudley Lawrence," born October 6, 1893. 



HILL FAMILY. 47 



252. Henry B. Hill,' son of Amzi'' and Sarah (Buskirk) Hill, 
married, April 22, 1891, Adelaide Ray Johnson, of Brooklyn, N. Y., 
born March 22. i»04 ; reside at Lirooklyn, N. Y. 

Children of Henry B.® and Adelaide (Johnson) Hill: 

385. Marion A.,^ born ]May 26, 1893. 

386. Raymond R.," born April 7, 1895. 

253. Jane Ophelia Hill,*' daughter of Ira D.^ and Phebe (Miller) 
Hill, married (i), January i, 1862, Frederick Voorhis, of Illinois, 

died April 26, 1884; issue, four children. (2), Swanson, 

and removed to Whitefish, Canada. 

316. Eugene B. Hi!]." son of Lewis^ and Eliza (Bailey) Hill, 
carpenter and builder, Peekskill ; married, April 9, 1876, Mary H., 
daughter of Pierre Van Cortlandt Paulding, son of John Paulding, 
one of the captors of Major John Andre ; issue-" Franklin E.,' born 
March 10, 1878. 

318. Ambrose Hill,' son of Lewis^ and Eliza (Bailey) Hill, 
carpenter, Peekskill ; married Catherine, daughter of Michael Fin- 
nerty, of Jefferson Valley, N. Y., born May 15, 1863 ; issue : 

388. Lewis D.,^ b, February 14, 1885. 

389. Henry ,^ b. May 15, 1886. 

3QO. Eugene,'' born October 5, 1893. 

343. Elbert B. Hill," son of Edward B.^ and Rhoda (Wilcox) 
Hill, married, December 29, 1886, Anna Beers ; issue : 

391. Ernest B.,^ b. January 13, 1888. 

393. Edith M.,' born April 7, 1892. 

394. Frederick A.,^ bom March 10, 1898; resides at Danby, 
N. Y. 

344. Luman A. Hill,* son of Edward B/ and Rhoda (Wilcox) 
Hill, marrietl, October 31, 1894, Mittie R. Dorn ; issue : 



48 HILL FAMILY. 



395. Leroy D./ born September 9, 1899, died November 6, 
iqoT. 

396. Delos W.," born January 8. 1903, resides at Danby, N. Y. 

345. Marcus J. Hill/' son of E<l\vard F>/' and Rhoda (Wilcox) 
Hill, married, Jan. 19, 1899, Lulu M. Swartout : issue : 

397. Elizabeth M./ born January 10, 1901 ; reside at Danby, 
N. Y. 



HILL FAMTLl. 4> 



ADDENDA. 



HILL FAMILY. 

I. Uriah Hill,' son of Anthony^ and Mary (Ward) Hill (see p. 
lo), had several children; among them were, 

2. Anthony," born 1745. (See page 10.) 

3. James^. 

4. Charitv.' married Thorne. 

5. Elizabelh\ 

6. Zachariah,^ born on Philipse Patent, Dutchess Co., N. Y. 

7. Mary,^ married Baret Lewis, of Dutchess County, N. Y. ; 
issue, Thomas,' born 1772; Andrew, born May i, 1774, bapt. 
May 15, 1774: Mary, born January 25, 1776. 



3. James Hill,^ son of Uriah,- removed from Dutchess County 
to Fallsburgh, Sullivan County, N. Y., about 1788, where he lived 
and died. He married Elizabeth, daughter of John Tompkins, of 
Dutchess County, N. Y. 

Children : ■ •' 

8. Magdalena,* b. March 9. 1777; bapt. March 28, 1777, 
Dutch Church, Poughkeepsie. 

9. John,* b. 1781, bapt. June 10, 1781, Dutch Church, Pough- 
keepsie. 

9a. Uriah,* b. January 16, 1783, as appears by Dutch Church 
records, Poughkeepsie, where he was bapt. Feb. 2, 1783; he 
probably died in infancy. 

10. Uriah.^ b. Blay 16, 1784. as appears by his family bible; 
d. Oct. 31, 1862, at Fallsburg, Sullivan County, N. Y. 

11. James.* b. 1790, at Fallsburg; d. February i, 1876, at 
Greenfield, Ulster Cotmty, N. Y. 



50 HILL FAMILY. 



6. Zachariah Hill,^ son of Uriah Hill,- removed to Fishkill, 
Dr:tc'he?s Co.. N. V.: married Ang-ust 20, 1769, Marytie (Maria), 
daughter of John and Magdelena (Lewis) Tompkins. 

Children : 

12. Johannes,* b. Sept. 6, 1770; bapt. Sept. 23, 1770, Dutch 
Church, Poug-hkeepsie. 

13. Uriah,"* b. xA.ug. 19, 1772; bapt. S>ept. 14, 1772, Dutch 
Church, Poughkeepsie. 

14. Lidia,* b. Feb. 22, lyyy ; bapt. Mar. 28, 1777, Dutch 
Church, Poughkeepsie. 

Letters of administration were issued upon the estate of a Zach- 
ariah Hill, Poughkeepsie, by the Surrogate of Dutchess County, 
April 28, 1812, to Nathaniel Hill and others. 



10. Uriah Hill,* son of James" and Elizabeth (Tompkins) Hill, 
married Rhoda Gillett, Dec. 12, 1802; she was born Oct. 24, 1785; 
died Jan. 24, 1863. 

Children: ' : Vr- 

12. William,'' b. April 10, 1804; d. May 23, 1881, at Fremont, 
Center, N. Y. 

13. Surrilda,' b. Jan. i, 1806; m. James Divine; died at ]^Ia- 
rietta, Ohio, Feb., 1889. 

14. Philo,^ b. Feb. 28, 180S; d. April 2, 1834; m. Abigail Mis- 
ner; issue, Martha.*^ 

15. Edmund,* b. April 25, 1810; d. March 8, 1893; resided 
at Hurleyville, N. Y., where he died; m., Feb. 19, 1835, Jane 
Hardenburg; issue, Garrison,*^ Elizabeth," Wilbur,"' Jennie.^ 

16. Laura,'^ b. July 3, 1812; ni. Walter Hill; d. Oct. 9, 1894. 

17. Calvin,' b. Dec. 14, 1814; removed to Sedalio, Mo., where 
he died Aug., 1877. Issue : Augusta,*' Celia^ and Elvira.** 

18. Lavini?,' b. T^Iarch 4, 1818; m. Augustus Young; resides 
at Wenona, Fd. 

19. Lucy Ann,'^ b. October 20, 1820; d. May 25, 1895; "i- 
Daniel McA[ullin. 

20. Riley,^ b. March 26, 1823; resided at Hurleyville, N. Y.^. 
where he died ; m. Cornelia Weeks. 



HILL FAMILY. 51 



. 21. Albert,^ b. Aug. 12, 1825; d. 1902, at Luzon, N. Y. ; is- 
sue: Oscar," Myrtle,'^ Alice." Ellsworth,* Sheridan" and Guy.* 

22. Delila,^ b. May 30, 1828; m. James Gildersleeve ; d. Nov., 
1894. 



II. James Hill,* son of James-'' and Elizabeth (Tompkins) Hill, 
married, 1809, Sarah, daughter of William and Phebe (Daniels) 
Gorton, of Bangall, Dutchess Co., N. Y. ; born 1792, died July 10, 
1870, at Greenfield, Ulster County, N. Y. 

Children : 
- 23. Nancy," b. April 15. 1810; m. Albert W. Wheeler. 

24. Ann Elizabeth,^ ni. George Scott ; resided at Hurlevville, 
Ulster Co., N. Y. 

25. ^T?.r^- A.,^ b. T814; m. Jolui Evans; resided at Hurlev- 
ville,' N. Y. 

26. Gorton,"* b. Aug. 11, 1819. 

27. Jane,^ b. 1820; m. Samuel G. Thompson. 

28. William,^ d. young. 

29. Phebe,^ m. L. Schuster. 

30. Hiram,' d. young. 

31. Almira,' b. 1833, m. David Zelie ; resides in New York. 

32. Amelia,'' m. George Henry Gorton; removed to Joliet, 111. 



12. William Hill,^ son of Uriah* and Rhoda (Gillett) Hill, m. 
(i) April 26, 1832, Maria Misner, b. Nov. 30, 1810, at Fallsburg, 
N. Y., d. Oct. 20, 1S53; m. (2) April 14. 1867, Phebe Hamilton; 
resides at Horton, N. Y. He was clerk of Sullivan County, N. Y., 
1857-60. 

Children : 

2,Z- Wallace,^ born July 18. 1833; married, Sept. 28, 1865. 
Margaret Francisco ; resides at Binghamton, N. Y. ; issue, How- 
ard G.,"^ b. Aug. 17, 1 868 ; Leon W.,' b. Aug. 17, 1873 ; Carl F.,' 
b. Aug. 29, 1879. 

34. Elvira,' born April 2, 1835; died August 14, 1859, un- 
married. 



53 HILL FAMILY. 



35. Ann Acelia." born September 8, 1836 ; died November 23, 
TS73: ^irnVd Aunrast 14, 1865, Hiram B. Hasbrouck; issue, 
Sherman.' 

2,6. Webster,^ born July 6, 1838; resides at Binghamton, N. 
Y. ; m. May 25, 1869, Betsey Taylor; no issue. 

37. Seward,*^ born March 25, 1840; died Oct. 14, 1873, at 
Fremont Centre, N. Y., unmarried. 

38. Granger,** born June 10, 1842; resides at Oscoda. Mich.; 
m. Aug. 30, 1873, ]\Iartha Osborn ; no issue. 

39. Fillmore,*' born September 28, 1844; ^li^f^ Ji-^b' ^8' 1864, 
at Chattanooga, Tenn., unmarried. 

40. Calantha,'' born May 5. 1846; resides at Binghamton, N. 
Y. 

41. Greeley,** born June 3. 1848; resides at Plymouth, Mich.: 
m. Nov. 7, 1804, Jennie Taylor, born x\pril 4, 1867; no issue. 

42. McClcUan,** born February 21, 1S68; married (i) Alma 
Horton, (2) Ora Gage; resides at Liberty, N. Y. Children: 
Gladys.' Silvia E.,'^ Ina," and Catherine A." 

43. Britomarte.* born March 15, 1869; resides at Delhi, N. 
Y. ; unmarried. 

44. Minerva." born January 12, 1877; married. May 12, 1893. 
Thomas Lindsey ; resides at Morton, Delaware County, N. Y. 



BILL FAMILY. 51 



Solomon Hill and Descendants. 

I. Solomon Hill, M. P. P.,^' son of William- and Bethia (Smith) 
Hill, bom August 30, 1756, at Red Mills, Dutchess (now Mahopac 
Falls, Putnam) County, N. Y. ; died at Smithville, Lincoln County, 
District of Xia.c^ara. Canada. Aug. 30. 1807 (p. 9). During the war 
of the Revolution he was loyal to the British government and re- 
moved from Red Mills to Coeymans. Albany County, N. Y., where 
in December. 17S3. he married Eethiah. daughter of Richard and 
Mary (Smith) Griffin, and granddaughter of Abraham and Mar- 
garet Smith of Philips Precinct. Dutchess County, N. Y. In 1795 
he removed to Smithville. Canada, where his father-in-law had pre- 
viously removed and settled. For his loyalty to Great Britain a 
laigc U^ct v-f Uad uTiS granted to him by the British government. 
Upon his removal to Canada he took an active interest in public af- 
fairs, received a commission in the local militia, and in 1803 was 
elected a member of the Provincial Parliament, which office he held 
to the time of his death. He was a man of high character, exem- 
plarv habits, deeply religious, of unusual ability, and a very able 
public speaker. After the death of his father he made a short visit 
to Red Mills and di>posed of the real property devised to him by 
his father, to his brothers, Abraham qnd CorneHus Hill. 

Children of Solomon^ and Bethiah (Griffin) tlill, the first six 
of whom, were born at Coeymans and the remaining six at Smith- 
ville, Canada : 

2. William.* born October 21, 1784, died at Smithville, April 
22, 1S53. 

3. Abraham.* born February 2, 1787, died at Gainsborough. 
Lincoln County. Ontario. March, 1867. 

4. Richard."' born January 11, 1789, died Aug. 11, 1826. 

5. Jane,* born !March 28. 1790, died at Oueenstown, Welland 
County, Canada, about 1868; married John Robinson, M. D. 
Children: Hiram,-'' William,''' Henry,'' Nathaniel,^ Robert,"' 
Mary,'' Bethiah/^ and Eliza.'' 

6. Mary,* born September 26. 1791. died at Smithville, Cana- 
da. January 3, 1S5S; married Captain Robert Waddell. Chil- 
dren: Thomas,^ Francis.^ Robert.^ Jane," Eliza,' Julia,^ Mar- 
garet.^ Maria,' and Harriet.^ 



54 HILL FAMILY. 



7. Solomon,* born April 4, 1793, died at St. Catherines, Lin- 
coln Cot^nty OntriHo, Cnnadn, January ?o, 1878. 

8. Jonathan,* born July 31, 1795, died unmarried at Grimsby, 
Lincoln County, (Ontario, about 1834. 

9. Bethiah,* born January 19, 1798, died April 8, 1884; mar- 
ried Ralph Field. Children: Gilbert C.,'' Jacob M.," Ralph,* 
Mary,^ George,^ and Rebecca Ann.' 

10. Smith,* born September 13, 1799, died in infancy. 

11. Cornelius,* born January 22, 1800, died at Smithville, 
Canada, August 4, 1854. 

12. Nathaniel,* born ^May 5, 1802, died at Smithville, Canada, 
March 13, 1872. 

13. Smith.* born August 21, 1806, died in infancy. 

2. Vv'iliidiii Iliii,' soil of Solouiou" and Bcthiah (Griftin) Hill, 
resided on the south bhore of Lake Ontario, in the township of 
Clinton, Lincoln County, Canada ; he married, April 2, 1804, Alary, 
daughter of Conrad Tafford, whose ancestors came from Cheshire, 
England. In War of 1812 he was a lieutenant in British Army. 

Children of William^ and Mary (Tafford) Hill: 

14. Martin,^ died young. 

15. Solomon,^ born July 31, 1807. died October 24, 1885, at 
Batherton \'illa. Township of Clinton, Lincoln County, On- 
tario, Canada. 

16. Anna E.,'' born July 11, 1810, died April 13. 1893; mar- 
ried, November 9. 1831, John S. Bush. Children: Jacob," 
Mary," Loretta,*' Sophia,'' Angeline," Martha,'' x\lbert,'' Elean- 
or,® Emma.'' George.'' resides at St. Catherines, Canada, and 
Alpheus.*' 

17. Jacob." born June 20. 1812, died August 24. 1903, at his 
homestead, "Wdlow Brook," St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. 

i8. William,-'^ born October 23, 18 17. died, unmarried, in 
California. June. 1868. 

3. Abraham Hill.* son of Solomon'' and E>ethiah (Grififin) Hill, 
married Margaret Culp. 

Children of Abraham* and Margaret (Culp) Hill: 
19. John.* 



HILL FAMILY. ^^ 



- 20. Mary/ married John Roszell. Children : Harvey ,• Will- 
son,® WilHsm," and two dau8;-hters. one of whom married Ver- 
nal Nelson, and the other John Merritt. 

21. Tillman.^ 

22. Bethiah,-^ married a Mr. Atkinson. Issue : Hamilton.* 

23. Joseph.^ 

24. Margaret,'' married a i\Ir. Pollington. Issue: Henry," 
John.« 

25. Jane,= married a jMr. Dunn. Issue : Arthur.® 
. 26. Abraham.^ 

27. Maria.^ 



4. Richard Hill,* son of Solomon= and Bethiah (Griffin) Hill, 
married Eleanor Mudge m I5ii, b. Aug. 17, 1791, d. Aug. 16, 1842 

Children of Richard* and Eleanor (Mudge) Hill: 

27a. William L.,'' b. Sept. 12, 1812, d. May 10. 1813. 

28. Maria,^ b. June 23. 1814. d. Nov. 22, 1876; married. 1833, 
Joshua Follard; died at Sheridan, Ontario. - Children: Eleanor 
Jane,® Adolphus.® Theodore,® Joshua Brock,® Erastus Derby.® 
Zylphe A.,'^ James Madison,® Stephen Ballard,® resides at To- 
ronto, Canada, and Richard Franklin.® 

29. Erastus Derby,^^ b. Nov. 15, 1818, d. Nov., 1892. 



7. Solomon Hill,* son of Solom.on^' and B 'thiah (Griffin) Hill, 
married, January 11, 1818, Abigail, daughter of Richard Taylor. 

Children of Solomon* and Abigail (Taylor) Hill: 

30. Julia Aim,^ born December 6, 181S, died at Janesville, 
Wisconsin, June 26, 1874; married John Harrington. Children: 
John,® Wesley,® William E.,® Blanch Bethiah,® Rowland,® and 
Ida.® 

31. Solomon Trenton,^ born November 15, 1820, died March 
9, 1886, at Brockport, Ontario, Canada. 

32. Andrew,^' born August 11, 1822, died at Buffalo, N. Y., 
December 19, 1871. 

2)2,- Palmyra Katharine," born Alay 28, 1824, died young. 



Se HILL FAMILY. 



7,4. Abigail,^ born September 18, 1826, died September 3, 
io^S; married Ccc.-e Wood^. CbiMren : John,« George,« 
Thomas,* Matilda Jane," and Frederick.^ 

35. Phtbe Bcthiah,^ born August i, 1829, died, unmarried, 
September 3, looi, at San Francisco, California. 

36. Elizabeth T.,^ born April 9. 1831, married Thoma^s Rob- 
inson Seacord; re-idence, Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada. 
Children : Lauchlen McCollam,'"' resides at Cleveland, Ohio : 
Gertrude Blake," Samuel Woodruff,^ and Henry Cartright." 

37. Richard Taylor,"' born February 7. 1835 ; resides at Port 
Colborne, Ontario, Canada. 

38. Mary Jane.^ born June 7. 1838, died July 17, 1901, at 
San Francisco. California; married, (i), Feb. 10, 1864, Omri 
Hixon. Children: Annie E.,« Mary A.,« married John W. 
Cuthbert, reside at San Francisco, California: Arthur Camer- 
on." Married \2), Sept. 25, 1879, John A. Cameron; no issue. 



II. Cornelius Hill,^ son of Solomon" and Bethiah (GrifRn) Hill, 
married Catherine Kennedy. 

Children of Cornelius* and Catherine (Kennedy) Hill: 

39. John,-^ died unmarried. 

40. Margaret,' died unmarried. 

41. Barbara,^ died unmarried. 

42. Nathaniel,^ married ? Children: Clara,^ 

n arried E. C. Machovy, of Vancouver, B. C. ; William,^ died 
unmarried. 



12. Nathaniel Hill,* son of Solomon'^ and Bethiah (Griffin) Hill, 
married (i) Maria Hamilton Adam.s, born June 6, 1806, died Mar. 
iO, 1845; (2) Eleanor Field, born Oct. 14, 1821, died March 7, 1906. 

Children of Nathraiiel* and Maria (Adams) Hill: 

43. :Margaret Bethiah,"^ born August 20, 1828, died May i, 
1906; married, Dec. 14, 1848, John B. Wrong. Children: Wil- 
liam," Ann,' Ch;;rlotte,'' John,'"' and Helen." 

44. Eliza Jane,^ born ^lay :'^o. 1830; jnarried, Feb. 3, 1870, 
William Patterson ; reside at Smithville, Canada. 



HILL FAMILY. 67 



45. Phebe Alalia.' burn November 27, 1837; unmarried; re- 
sides at Smithville, Ontario, Canada. 

46. Tamps Hnrvpv.'' born December 17. t)3,j^^; died March 27, 
irio6; married, Jaiuiar>' 23, 1878, Aui^usta liaines, born Se^jt. 
27, 1842. Children: Alargaret/' born Dec. 25, 187S; Rowland," 
born Dec. 12, 1880, and Jessie," born July 26, 1884. 

Children of Nathaniel'' and Eleanor (Field) Hill: 

47. George Alvin,^ born Jan,uary 20, 1849; rnarried, Nov. 22, 
1871, Jennie Lounsberry. Children: Herbert,'^ and Ella," mar- 
ried William Henning. 

48. Emma Ann,' born February 7, 1850; married, Sept. 24, 
1873, Alfred Page. Children: Ellis Edwin," Nellie Ann," Al- 
fred E.,*^ and Frank E.," reside at Smithville, Ontario, Canada. 

49. JMary Catherine,'^ born September 26, 1852; married, 
June, 1878, Harvey Patterson. Issue : John Henry," reside at 
Smithville. Ontario, Canada. 

50. John Woodruff,-^ born February 10. 1855 ; married, Oct. 
31, 1888, Mary A. Philips; no issue. 

51. Nellie Victoria,^ born March 3, 1863; unmarried; resides 
at Yoimgstown, N. Y. 



15. Solomon Hill,=^ son of William* and Mary (Tafford) Hill, 
succeeded to his father's homestead estate, Baiherton Villa, Lincoln 
County, Canada. He served in the Canadian militia in the Rebel- 
lion of 1837 ; founded the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Clin- 
ton, Canada, and was its secretary and general manager. Decem- 
ber 5. 1833, he married Eleanor, daughter of John Gregory, of Lin- 
coln County. Canada. 

Children of Solomon^ and Eleanor (Gregory) Hill, all born at 
Batherton Villa: 

52. Andrew Gregory," born September 23, 1834, died Dec. 
I, 1895. 

53. Jacq Tafford," born July 2t„ 1836, died September 14, 
1864, at Woodville, Mississippi. 

54. Mary Augusta,^ born January 18, 1838; died, unmarried, 
January 26, 1875. 

55. Annie Marguerite," born December 15, 1839. 



58 HILL FAMILY 



56. Ambrose Alfred/' born December 28, 1841. 

57. Samantha/' born December 3. 1843, died December 5, 
1843. 

58. Jessie,** born November 10. 1844; residence. "Holin- 
grove," Baltimore, Md. 

59. Rowland,'^ born Februar)' 7, 1847. 



17. Jacob Hill.'' son of William* and ]\[ary (Tafford) Hill, mar- 
ried, iNIarch 22. 184S, Sarah, daughter of John Gregory. 

Children of Jacob" and Sarah (Gregory) Hill: 

60. Martha Ann,'"' born March 12, 1849, ^^^^^ ^iov. 11, 1855. 

61. Frank,'' born ]\Iay i, 1850; resides at Oakland, Cal. 

62. Elizabeth,'' born August 25. 1852; died Nov. 20, 1855. 

63. William Ramsey,'^ born June 4, 1854; resides at "Willow 
Brook, :5t. Catnarmes, Ontario, Canada. 

64. Ella."* born May 14, 1859; married Simeon Austin Met- 
tler, Feb. 3d, i88r ; reside at North Pelham, Ontario. Chil- 
dren: Hugh Allan,' Roy Clifton,' and Gladys Cecil." 

65. Augusta,^ born February 11, 1862; married Clifton E. 
Enochs, Oct. 15, 1883; reside at Do Queen, Arkansas. Chil- 
dren: Allie ^.lay," Rubie Irene," Minerva Eois,' Farmie Irma,' 
Georgia Leola," Rowland H.,' Ethel Clifton,' Edgar Hill.'^ 

66. Georgie,^ born June 13, 1865; married. March 21, 1907, 
to Isaac Haun ; reside at Sherkiston, Welland Co., Ontario, 
Canada. 



19. John Hill,^ son of xAbraham* and Margaret (Culp) Hill, 
married ?. 

Children : 

67. Arlon.* 

68. Murray.^ 

69. Charles." ■ 

70. Martha.® 

71. Ella." 

72. Nancy Ann.*^ 



HILL FAJflLY, 59 ti 

1 

21. Tillman Hill,"' son of i\braham* and Margaret (Gulp) Hill, 
married ?. 

Children: 

/T,. Jefferson.'' 

74. Isaac.*' 

75. Eliza.^ 

76. Emma.'* 
7/. William.'' 

78. Eleva." 

79. Anna.^ 



23. Joseph Hill,^ son of Abraham* and Margaret (Gulp) Hill, 
married ?. 

Children : 

80. John Henry." 

81. Ezra." 

82. Alfred." 

83. Parmer.*' 



84. Harvey." 

85. Emma Jane." 
86-. Emerson.** 



26. Abraham Hill/' son of Abraliam* and Margaret (Culp) Hill, 
married ?. 

Children : 

87. George." 

88. Alfred." 

89. James Edward. "^ 

90. Bradley." 

91. Emma Jane.' 



60 HILL FAMILY. 



?.<). 'T.ra::tu; Derby H'H,^ cop of Kicbirri* p.ncl Eleanor (Mudge) 
Hill, married, (i ), 1840. Eliza Jane Casler; (2), 1842, Jane Hanna. 

Children of Erastus^ and Eliza (Caslar) Hill: 

92. Rowland Hill,*^ b. 1841, d. 1904, Port Huron, Mich. 
Children of Erastus^ ?.nd Jane (Hanna) Hill: 

93. John Russell,^ b. 1843. 

94. Ernest,® died young. 

95. Maria.*^ 

96. Flora D.* 

97. Mary.^ 

98. Sarah.' 
on. Etta.* 

100. Ella.*^ 

31. Solomon Trenton Hill,^ son of Solomon* and Abigail (Tay- 
lor) Hill, married Eliza Dare. 

Children of Solomon^ and Eliza (Dare) Hill : 
loi. Adelaide,^ married Dr. DePuy. 

102. Julia Maria,® married Maston. 

2f2. Andrew Hill,^ son of Solomon* and Abigail (Taylor) Hill^ 
married Elizabeth Jane Parrel. 

Children of Andrew^ and Elizabeth (Parrel) Hill: 

103. Byron." 

104. Jennie,® married (i), Dennes; (2), Ste* 

phens. 

37. Richard Taylor Hill,^ son of Solomon* and Abigail (Taylor) 
Hill, married Dolly Beamer, Sept. 15, 1859. 

Children of Richard T.^ and Dolly (Beamer) Hill: 

105. Florence Sarah," married Samuel H, Willis, C. E., Aug. 
13, 1885; residence, Newark, N, J. 

106. Jessie M.,^ married Frederick P. Clark, Jan. 12, 1888.. 
Children: Willis' and Elaine.' Reside at Rochester, N. Y. 



HILL FAMILY. 61 



52. Andrew Gregory Hill,** son of Solomon^ and Eleanor (Greg- 
ory) Hill, was educated at Victoria College, Canada, graduating in 
ails and in law with aegree of LL. B. In 1861 he began the prac- 
tice of the legal profession in Welland County, Canada; for several 
years was a member of the County Board of Education. At the 
time of his death and for a long period prior thereto, he was police 
magistrate at Niagara Falls, Canada. October 9, 1865, he married 
Isabel, daughter of Archibald Thompson. 

Children of Andrew'' and Isabel (Thompson) Hill: 

107. Frederick William,' born August 8, 1866; resides at 
Niagara Falls, Canada. 

108. Luella Jane,' born November i, 1868; married, June 13. 
1893, Herbert Russell Howard. Children: Frederick Russell.* 
Reside in New York City. 

109. Alberta Maud,' born April 2, 1S74; married June 6, 
1900. Frank Murrriy Tench. Children: Donald Murray,^ 
Eleanor Alberta.^ and Frank Caruthers.* Reside New York 
City. 

no. Isabel Ethel,' born January 28, 1884; married, Decem- 
ber 16, 1903. Julian Thornby, C. E. ; reside New York City. 

53. Jacq Tafford Hill," son of Solomon' and Eleanor (Gregory) 
Hill, was educated at Victoria College, Canada, graduating in 1857 
with degree of ]M. D. ; removed to New Orleans, La., where he died 
unmarried ; was a surgeon in the Civil War. 



55. x\nnie Ararguerite Hill,° daughter of Solomon^ and Eleanor 
(Gregory) Hill, was educated at the Western Seminary, Hamilton, 
Canada; in 1884 removed to Baltimore, Maryland; afterwards 
studied art in France and graduated from the Julien Academy, 
Paris ; returned to America and founded the American Art School. 
Baliimorc; was chief of the faculty for several years. At the Co- 
lumbian Exposition exhibited one of her special works of art, a 
representation of the birth place of the National Anthem, the Star 
Spangled Banner, for which she received honorable mention. In 
1896 she removed to New York City and since then has made a 
specialty of high class miniature painting. 

56. Ambrose Alfred Hill," son of Solomon^ and Eleanor (Greg- 
ory) Hill; educated at Victoria College, Canada, where he received 



62 HJLL FAMILY, 



degree of M. D. ; practiced his profession at Irvington, New Jersey, 
and at Saint Catharines, Ontario, Canada; author of "Homeopathy 
ijrieuy i-.xpiLiuiea." iu 1075 he ittired from medical practice and 
removed to Batherton Villa estate ; subsequently he disposed of this 
estate. In 1887 he removed to Baltimore, Zvlaryland, v^here he now 
resides. October 29. 1874, he married Eliza W., daughter of Major 
John Weyland, of Coaticoke, Quebec, Canada, born June 11, 1856, 
died iSIay 20, 1875. 



59. Rowland Hill,° son of Solomon^ and Eleanor (Gregory) 
Hill ; educated in Ontario. Canada ; studied law in the office of his 
brother, xA.ndrew Gregory, and at Virginia Law School, where he 
graduated in 1893; ic>r several years practiced his profession at 
fJaltimore, ^Td. ; in 190-4. removed to New York City and is now one 
of the attorneys of the Title Guarantee and Trust Company. De- 
cember 18, 1878, he married Lizzie R., daughter of George W. 
vicivjvv, Oi. kjL. juiiiio, J.SCV* iji liUiVv'ick, Loiii r\ugu.'5L 12, looo, died 
October 4, 1892. 

Children of Rowland" and Lizzie Raymond (Gerow) Hill: 

111. Cecil (daughter),' born September 21. 1879, at Saint 
Catharines, Canada; resides at "Holingrove," Baltimore, Md. 

112. Reginald Batherton,^ born October 16, 1883; died April 
22, 1884. 

113. Rowland,"^ born July 30, 18S6; died June 22, 1887. 

114. Raymond Aileen,' born September 12, 1888, married, 
November 28, 1906, Elmer Martin, son of Hon. Samuel Mar- 
tin Whiteford ; reside at Baltimore, Maryland. 

115. Rowland Travis.' born ]March 31, 1891, at Norfolk, Va. 

116. Jessie Raymond,' born October 4, 1892, at Norfolk, Va. 



61. Frank Hill.*^ son of Jacob" and Sarah (Gregory) Hill; edu- 
cated at St. Catharines Collegiate Institute, Canada; in 1881 re- 
moved to Arkansa-^,, w!;ere in 1892 he was elected County and Pro- 
bate Judge; in 1S94 and 1896 he was re-elected; in 1898 he was 
elected Commissioner of ]Mines, Manufactures and Agriculture of 
Arkansas: in 1900. re-elected; in igo2 and 1903 elected Grand Com- 
mander of the Kiiights Templar of Arkansas; in 1906, removed to 
Oakland, California. October 12, 1875, he married Lavadue Elea- 
nor, daughter of Jabez Johnson. 



HILL FAMILY. 63 

Chi]/!:-:" r^ F.o„i-.s ^,,a T.-.vnfhie Hohnson) Hill: 
li/. Lola." born October 29. 1877. 

118. Hugh Beverly,' born February 28, 1880. 

119. Ethel Pearl,' born October 13, 18S2. 

63. William Ramsey Hill/' son of Jacob^ and Sarah ( Gregory) 
Hill, inherited "Willow Brook" homestead of his father; married, 
November 30. 1877. Ada C. Gorman. 

Children of William Ramsey" and Ada (Gorman) Hill: 

120. Rena Evalin," born September 18, 1888. 

121. Arnold Gordon," born July 15, 1892. •' y 

122. ]\Iyrtle,' born ]\ray 6, 1898. ^ ' "^ 

123. Ina,' born September 12, 1902. 

124. Hazel Beatrice," born November 9, 1904. 

92. Rowland Hill." son of Erastus D.^ and Eliza (Gasler) Hill, 
married Mary Jane Lowe. 

Children of Rowland" and jMary (Lowe) Hill: 

125. George Erastus.'' 

126. Sarah Elizabeth.'^ 

127. Ethel May/ 

128. Thomas Russel.' 

129. Amy Eleanor." 

130. Jessie Bell.'' ' 

93. John Russel Hill.'' son of Erastus D.^ and Eliza (Gasler) 
Hill, married Louisa Dobson. 

Children: 

131. Percival." 

132. Ernest.^ 

107. Frederick William Hill,^ son of Andrew G." and Lsabel 
(Thompson) Hill, was admitted to the bar in 1891 ; is Major of the 
44th Regiment. Canadian Militia; in 1898 was Mayor of Niagara 



64 HILL FAMILY. 



Falls, Canada. October lo, 1804. married Henrietta, daughter of 
Henry T. Johnson. 

Children of Frederick WiUiam" and Henrietta (Johnson) Hill: 

133. Isabel Louise,® born March 7, 190 1. 

125. George Erastus HillJ son of Rowland*^ and Mary Jane 
(Lowe) Hill, married Alina Wilson. 

Children of George Erastus' and Alina (Wilson) Hill: 

134. George Edward.® 

135. Qara.® 



DEAN FA3IILY. 65 



THE DEAN FAMILY, 

Richard Dean/ on July 20, 1775,, was mustered into the Ameri- 
can service at Goshen, Orange County, N. Y., as a private in Captain 
Daniel Denton's company, Colonel James Clinton's Third Regiment 
of Continentals. In muster roll on file at Capitol at Albany, he is 
descri'ued as a cordwainer, five feet four inches in height, hair black, 
eyes gray. (Archives, State of New York, in Revolution. V^ol. I, p. 
144.) According to family tradition he was killed, while in the ser- 
vice, at the storming of Stony Point, July 16, 1779. After his death, 

his widow, Susan (Ward) Dean, married Crawford. 

blacksmith, who lived at or near what is now known as Oregon, Put- 
nam Valley. Putnam County. N. Y. Richard Dean and Susan Ward 
had but one child, Richard,'- who was born September 10, 1771, and 
died at Red I\Itlls, Pulnam County, N. Y., May 23, 1859. He was 
buried in tlie Presbvterian churchyard at Red i\Iills (now called 
^lahopac Falls), and a stone marks his grave. He was active in 
military affairs. March 24, 1803, he was appointed ensign in the 
Dutchess County Militia; February 2, 1810, he succeeded John 
Hyatt as lieutenant and served in that position in the War of 1812 
with England. His occupation ^vas that of a blacksmith and fanner. 
August 2j, 1794, he was marrieil by Rev. Nathan Cole, to Alethea, 
daug-hter of Smith and ]\Iartha (Brewer) Austin, of Red r\Iills. 
She was born January 13. 1777, and died at Red Mills, June 24, 
1876, within a few months of her hundredth birthday. 

CI ildren of Ricliard- and Alethea (Austin) Dean, all born at 
Red Mills. 

3. Anna," born August 19, 1795 ; died April 19. 186 r, at 
Richford. Tioga Co., N. Y. : married, March 11, 181 r, Uriah 
Hill. (See Hill family.) 

4. John,-'^ born August 17, 1797, died unmarried at Xew York 
City, November 23, 1832. 

5. Mary,^ Ix^rn March 15, 1800; died at , 

March 20, 1888; married William Alley, born 1777, died April 
19, 1848; issue: i. Mary Ann,'* born September 25, 1827, mar- 
ried Jdhn, son of Joshua Lounsbury; 2, Elizabeth,* married 
Robert A. Sinclair. 

6. Smith Austin,-' born March 10, 1802; died April 28, 1849, 
at Aurora, Kane Countv, Illinois. 



DEAN FAMILY 



r, Stpt^ViPH Dodi.i.'' born Tanu.iry 13, 1804; c^i^d i" California 
in 1850. 

8. Adali/ born ^larch 26, 1S06 ; died unmarried at Lake Ma- 
'h'Opac, N. Y., November 2, 1837. 

9. Ira Ward,^ born July 3, 1809 ; died at Buffalo, N. Y., Sep- 
tember 4, 1853. 

10. Amzi Lewis,^ born September 5, 181 1 ; died at Lake Ma- 
hopac, N, Y., October 4, 1876. 

11. Cornelius," born January 13, 1814; died unmarried at 
Lake Mahopac, X. Y., March 7, 1886. He was assessor and 
commissioner of highways, Carmel, for many years ; supervis- 
or of Carmel, 1850 ; coroner in Putnam County, N. Y., for 16 
years ; captain and lieutenant-colonel in New York State Militia, 
and for twenty years director of the Farmers and Drovers Bank 
of Somers. N. Y. 

12. Lewis A.,' born July 9, 1816; died at Aurora, Illinois. 
March 10, 1902. 

13. William Augustus,^ born January 4, 1819; died in New 
York City, unmarried, July 12, 1854. He was a lawyer, prac- 
ticing his profession at Carmel, N. Y., and afterwards in New 
York Citv. 



6. Smith Austin Dean.^ son of Richard- and Alethea (Austin) 
Dean, married, 1830, Delilah, daughter of Robert Wright, of Lake 
Mahopac, N. Y., born February 21, 1810; died December 2, 1882, at 
Aurora, 111. 

Children of Smith Austin"' and Delilah (Wright) Dean : 

14. Erastus,-* born July 18, 1831, at Red Mills, N. Y. ; resides 
at Aurora, 111. 

15. Alethea," born July 10. 1833, at Red Mills, N. Y. ; died at 
Aurora, Illinois, June 14, 1898. 

16. John," born at Red Mills, N. Y., July 19, 1835 ; died at 
Aurora, Ilhnois, September 17, 1878. 

17. Adah," born October 24, 1837. 

18. Robert," bom April 9, 1840; died August 9, 1847. 

19. Lewis A.," born Septem.ber 30, 1842, at Red Mills, N. Y. 

20. Miriam," bom June 16, 1845. 

21. Nathaniel," born !March 9- 1849; <'Ji-fl March 27, 1850. 



DEAN FAJillLY. 67 



7. Stephen Dodd Dean,^ son of Richard- and Alethea (Austin) 
Dean: rnprried. Aiif'-n'^t t. T830, at Livonia. I i''!n<Tston County, N. 
Y., Eliza Ann Williams ; born December 25, 1809, died March 5, 
1881. 

Children of Stephen D. and Eliza (Williams) Dean, born at Li- 
vonia, N. Y. 

22. William A.,"* born March 9, 1832. 

23. Eliza Ann,* born June 11, 1833 : died June 28, 1833. 

24. Susan,* born August 3, 1834 ; died April 19, 1836. 

25. Adah,* born March 7, 183S; married, iVlarch 2, 1862, Al- 
phonso S. Bacon, of Livonia, N. Y. ; born ]\Lirch 20, 1836, at 
Howard, Steuben Co., N. Y. ; reside at Kalamazoo, Mich. Is- 
sue: I. Jay,^ born June 17, 1863 ; died December 18, 1901 ; mar- 
ried, April 6, 1892, Olive J. Winters. 2. Emma A.,^ born Mav 
5, T870: died October 3, 18S2. 



9. Ira Ward Dean,^ son of Richard- and Alethea (Austin) Dean, 
married, August 6, 1834, Harriet, daughter of Isaac and Sarah 
(Brown) Halt, of Ossining, Westchester County, N. Y. ; born 
March 18,, 1815; died in New York City, December 24, 1888. 

Children of Ira W." and Harriet (HafiF) Dean: 

26. Augusta C.,* born at Red IVIills, N. Y., April 6, 1835 ; died 
in New York City, February 12, 18^; married George Parri- 
sen. Issue: Isabella^ and Georgia,* born January 20, 1855. 

2y. Lawrence H.,* bom at Red Mill?, N. Y., September 3, 
1837; married, February 4, i860, Sarah T ., daughter of Peter 
Allison. Issue: Cora T.,^ born November 4, 1861 ; married, 
September 5, 1881, George L. Gerring. 

28. Mary F.,* born February 6, 1839 ; married, June 16, i860, 
Jones Driggs, of New York City ; reside at Fair View, BergeR 
Co., N. J, Issue: i. Harry G.,^ born March 29, 1861 ; died 
August 4, 1864. 2. Chauncey M.,^ born March 2, 1865 ; mar- 
ried, July 8, 1896, Elizabeth Parkinson. 3. Grace A.,^ born 
November 23, 1868; married, January 14, 1898, Hugh Horn- 
bostel. 4. Augusta P.,^ born November 30, 1870; died Janu- 
ary 10, 1873. 5. Jesse F,,° born Januarv 26, 1875. 6. Law- 
rence Dean,-^ born December 5, 1877 ; died January 25, 1881. 

29. Sarah M.,* born May 6, 1841 ; died June 16, ; mar- 
ried, July 2, 1862, Furman Stonns. Issue : i. George A.,^ born 



DEAN FAMILY. 



July 8, 1863; married. August 31. T887, Annie, daughter of' 
Robert ^MacKeller, of Peekskill, N. Y. 2. Lulu B.,' born Au- 
^,-i:3t r-, 1S71 ; ^.cu. July 17. 1S73. 3- Harriet E..' born March 
31, 1869; died February 18. 1870. 4. Gertrude W.,^ born Au- 
gust 20, 1S74. 5. Harriet,^ born May 10, i88r. 

30. Elizabeth.* born January 19. 1845 5 married, November 8, 
1872, Charles Chase. No issue. 

10. Amzi Lewis Dean.' son of Richard- and Alethea (Austin) 
Dean; married, June 4. 1836, Catherine, daughter of Joshua Louns- 
bury, of the town of Carmel, Putnam County. N. Y. ; born Decem- 
ber 20, 1819. died January 23, 1894. He resided at Lake T^Iahopac ; 
was a prominent and influential citizen : was proprietor of Dean 
House : in 1854 was Supervisor of Carmel. and for manv years was 
clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Putnam Countv. He was also 
oiie of the Commissioners of State Prisons of New York. 

Cliildruii ui Auizi Lewis'' and Catherine (Lounsbury) Dean, all 
born in the town of Carmel. 

31. Joshua Lounsberry.* born Dec. 7. 1839. 

32. Laura J.,* born Sept. 10, 1842 ; died Feb. 19, 1844. 

33. Adrian H.,* born November 13, 1846; resides at Lake 
Malhopac, N. Y. 

34. William A.,* born Januarv IQ. I8^4; 'esides at Lake 
Mahopac, N. Y. 

12. Lewis A. Dean,' son of Richard- and Alethea (Austin) Dean: 
married. 1840, Clarissa DelMott. of New York City; born June 6, 
1818; died at Aurora. Illinois, August, 1904. 

Children of Lewis A." and Clarissa (DelMott) Dean: 

35. ^largaret x\.,* born i\Iarch 8, 1S41 ; died March 24, 1843. 

36. John H.,* born February 9. 1844 ; died January 13. 1853. 

37. Edwin L.,* born November 3, 1845 ^ died May 20, 1846. 

38. Adah E.,* born November 25, 1848; died December 28, 
1852. 

39. Mary A.," born April 7, 1850 ; died February 7, 1853. 

40. Lewis C* born July 19, 1853 ; resides at Aurora, 111. 

41. William A.,* bom August 2, 1855 ; died March 29, 1868. 

42. James H.,* born July 31, i860; died September 19. i860. 



5:lcJ jc k^b'.io' ;t?Si .< 



DEAN FAMILY^. 09 



22. William A. Dean." son of Stephen D.^ and Eliza (Williams) 
Dean, inarrieci ^^i^i, .\iaica ^o, 1655, Catherine E. Long, born jVlarch 
20, 1834, died :\Iarch 16, 1873 ; (2), October 18, 1875, ]\lary I. Mon- 
tague, born March 12. 1844; reside at Kalamazoo, Ixlichigan. Is- 
sue: I. Clarence L.,^ born ^larch 24, 1856; married, December 5, 
189 — , Jessie AIcLane, at Haverhill, Mass. 2. ]Mary A.,^ born 
April 18, 185S; died August 3, 1898; married, November 5, 1886, 
Edward Anderson, of Kalamazoo, Mich. 3. Lillian,^ born April 
15, i860; married, October 18, 1879, Chester M, Kingsley, of Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 



31. Joshua Lounsbury Dean,* son of Amzi L.^ and Catherine 
(Lounsbury) Dean ; married, April 10, 1872, Catherine E., daughter 
of John J. H. Jackson, of New York City ; reside at Mahopac Falls,. 
N. Y. Issue: i. Henry J.,^ born September 20, 1873. 2. Isabel,® 
born May 30, 1881. 



33. Adrian H. Dean,'* son of Amzi L.^ and Catherine (Louns- 
bury) Dean ; married, April 30, 1879, Flora, daug'hter of Joseph 
Sackett Wright, of Somers, N. Y. ; reside at Lake Ma:hopac, N. Y. 
Issue : I. Lewis S.," born 2vlay 20, 18S8. 2. Flora W./ born March 

IT, 1892. 



70 PINCKNEV FAMILY. 



PINCKNEY FAMILY. 

1. Philip Pinckney^ was a lineal descentlant of the Pinckneys of 
Tattersat, Pinckney 2\Iiinor, Norfolk Cor.iity, England, whose an- 
cestor came into that country at the time of William the Conqueror. 
As early as 1649, F*h:lip Pinckney ^\•a? in Fairfiehi. Connecticut. 
June 24, 1664, Thomas Pell granted to Philip Pinckney and James 
Eustis, for themselves and their associates, land on Hutchinson 
River, Westchester County, N. Y. March 9. 1664, the sale was con- 
firmed by Governor Nichols unto Philip Pinckney. James Eustis and 
William Hayden, as patentees for and in behalf of themselves 
and their associates. The settlement becan."e known as Eastchester 
and is now known as the City of Mt. Vernon, Westchester County, 
^■«. Y. The Lcii paicuLees were Philip I'inckney, Williant Hayden, 
James Eustis, John Hoitte, Richard Shute, David Osburn. Samuel 
Drake, James Embury, John Jackson and Closes Hoitte. Philip 
Pinckney died in 16S7. His will dated January 9. 168S-9. proved 
February 14, 1688-9, ''ecorded March 16, 168S-9, Westchester Coun- 
ty Register's Office, mentions sons Thomas, John and William, un- 
married daughters Elizabeth, Jean, Ann and Deborah, and"' married 
daughters." not naming them. Philip spelled 'his name with a c and 
for that reason it will be spelled in that way in this genealogy. 

Among the children of Philip Pinckney were : 

2. Thomas,- born 1662; died 1732, as appears by tombstone 
in Eastchester churchyard. 

3. William.- 

4. John,-' died before 1725. 

5. Abigail,- married David Osburn. 

6. Elizabeth.- , 
7- Jane.- tti - TK*-**^ S^-wt-©^ tl - s^*^' 

8. Deborah.- 

9. Ann.= 

10. Rachel,- married John Pell. 

2. Thomas Pinckney.- son of Philip Pinckney,^ married Hannah 
He is named as a devisee in his father's will, January 16, 



^lU cX «^«^ ^^u^ r ^^^ ^^^. 



1688-9. 



PINCKNEY FAMILY. 71 



Children of Thomas- and Hannah Pinckney: 

11. Willianv born 1680: died March 11, 1755; age 75, ac- 

coriing" to t:-rr.bstO':e 'n. Ea?tdliester churchyard. 

12. Thornafr' bom 16S3 ; in Eastchester census of 1710 he is 
described as aged 27. 

13. PhiUp." 

14. Jonathan.-' ' 

15. Hannah." 

16. Susanah.^ 

17. Jane.^ 

3. WilHam Pinckney,- son of Phihp Pinckney/ i? named as one 
of the devisees in 'his father's v.'ill ; his name also appears am.ong a 
list of resident freeholders of Eastchester made in 1682 ; in a poll 
list of Eastchester m.ade in 1725 his name appears. 

Among his children was : 

18. William, Jr.' 

4. John Pinckney.- son of Philip Pinckney/ is nam-cd a5 a de- 
visee in his father's v/ill : he married Abijah Hunt. 0^-—^^-^- ><-'■•-" 

Children of John- and Abigail (Hunt) Pinckney: 

19. Samuel.^" 

20. Ferris.' 

21. Sarah.' 
•'2, Abigail.' 

23. ]\Iary." 

24. Isabella.' 

5. Abigail Pinckney." daughter of Philip Pinckney/ married, 
1679, DavKl, son of Cautain David Osburn, a soldier in the Pequot 
War, 1637-S. Children: 

25. Sarah Osburn.^ 

26. Ridiard Osburn." 

27. Abigail Osburn." 



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72 PINCKNEY FAMILY. 



10. Rachel Pinckney.- danglikr of Philip Pinckney/ married, in 
1684, Hon. John Pell, 2nd, Lord of the Alanor of Pelham, West- 
chester County, N. Y. He was the owner of what afterward became 
known as ttie lown&iiips oi i'elhaiu and New Rocheile, Westcliester 
Coimty, embracing 9,166 acres; and died in 1700. Children: 

28. Thomas Pell,^ born 1686; died 1739; married Ann, 
-' daughter of an Indian Chief. 

29. John Pell,^ died young. 

30. Ada Pell,^ married Ploneywell. 

31. Tamar Pell,^ married James Enstis. 

32. Mary Pell,^ married Samuel Ratman. 

11. William Pinckney,^' son of Thomas- and Hannah Pincknev, 
was known as " Captain Will Pinckney." Plis will, dated Novem- 
ber 16, 175 1, najnes wife, Ithamar ; son Israel; daughters, Jane^ 
Mary, Sarah and Jemima. Children : 

33. William,* died 1746. 

34. Israel,* died 1765. 

35. Ithamar,* married Joseph Conklin. 

36. Alarv',* married John Hunt, Esq. ; died 1777. 

37. Jemima,^ married Israel Hone_\"ivell, Jr. 

38. Sarah,-* married Caleb Hunt; died 1769. 

39. Jane,* married, (1), Thomas Weedon, died 1746; is- 
sue, William, Mary and Elizabeth. (2), John Jones. 

12. Thomas Pinckney,^ son of Thomas- and Hannah Pinckney 
married Elizabeth Chappel, of Long Island. Children : 

40. Thomas,* born February, 1729. 

■ 41. Israel,* born Circa, 1735; died January 7, 1829, at Red 
JVIills, Putnam. County, N. Y. ; married Dorothy Rich. 

42. Philip,* married August i, 1765, Elizabeth, daughter of 
John Townsend. 

43- Sarah,* married John Williams. 

44. Jemima,* married Thomas Ward. 

45. Phebe,* married Thomas Fowler. 

46. William,* born Jan. 12, 1737: died March 26, 1802. 



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PINCKNEY FAMILY, 78 



13. Philip Pinckney," son of Thomas" and Hannah Pinckney, 
married Leah, daughter of Lewis Guyon of Eastchester. 

14. Jonathan Pinckney,'^ son of Tiiomas- and Hannah Pinckoaey, 
married, (i), Sarah Ward; (2), Ahda Staff. 

Children, of Jonathan Pinckney : 

47. Jonathan.* . , 

48. Miriam.* 

49. Sarah.* . 

50. John,* born 1741 ; died 1744. 

51. Gilbert,* born May 3, 1743; died 1818, at Som'ers, West- 
chester County, N. Y. 

52. John,* born July 12, 1746; died January 8, 1836, at Sher- 
burn, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 

53. Philip,* born October 20, 1749. 

54. Charles,* born November 21, 1751 ; died at Bear River, 
Digby County, Nova Scotia. 

55. David,* born 1761 ; removed to Nova Scotia; was mem- 
iber of assembly ; died unmarried, ]\Iay 17, 1826. 



33. William Pinckney,* son of William^ and Ithamar Pinckney, 

married Sarah . They had no issue. He died before his 

father, " Captain Will " Pinckney. His will, dated November 15, 
I745.' proved January 24, 1746, names wife, Sarah ; father, William ; 
brother, Isreal ; sister, Thamar, wife of Joseph Conklin ; sister Jane 
Weedor ; sister, Alarv', wife of Israel Honeywell; sister, Sarah; 
nephew, William, son of Thomas Weedon, and neice, Isabel, daugh- 
ter of brother Israel. '■*•<- 



34. Israel Pinckney,* son of Williajii^ and Ithamar Pinckney, left 
a will dated September 9, 1760 ; proved February 18, 1765, in which 
he mentions wife, not named; son William, daughter Rachel, wife 
of Jacob Post, Jr., and daughter Isabel, who, as seen above, was 
named in the will of her Uncle William Pinckney. Bolton, in His- 
tory of Westchester County, makes mistake of naming Rachel Pinck- 
ney, who married Jacob Post, as a daughter of Israel and Dorothy 
(Rich) Pinckney. Children : 

56. William,^ died February, 181 1, in New York City. 



74 PiyCh'yEY FAMILY. 



57. Rachel.' born March 22, 1732; married Jacob Post, Jr. 

58. Isabel,^ married Captain George EIw>ni, of England ; re- 
moved to i\t-\v iork Lity and from there to Albany, N. Y. ; had 
a son, George, baptized in St. Peter's Church, Albany. 

40. Thomas Plncknev," son of Thomas^ and Elizabeth Pinckney, 
married, December 28, '1758, Abigail Briggs. (See N. Y. Mar- 
riages.) Children: 

59. Thojnas.^ 

60. Briggs.° He was a private in 3rd Westc!hester County 
Militia in War of Revolution. 

61. Elijah.' 

62. Josiah.® 

63. Rachel.' 

/r- . T. t s ,, 

41. Israel Pinckney,* son of Thomas* and Elizabeth (Chappel) 
Pinckney, married, circa, 1700, Dorothy Rich. She was a descend- 
ant of Balthassar Rich or Rychey ; born in Flaach, Canton of Zurich, 
Switzerland, 166:2; moved to Pfalf after 1678; came to America 
about 1700, settimg m Westchester County, N. Y. Israel Pinckney 
removed from Eastchester to Yonkers, N. Y., where he became a 
landowner. June 29, 17O1, Israel and Dorothy executed a mort- 
gage on lands in Yonkers. About 1777, being devoted to the Ameri- 
can cause, he .removed from Yonkers, (a part of what was known as 
Neutral Ground), to Red Mills, Dutchess (now Putnam) County, N. 
Y. During the War of the Revolution he -was a private in Captain 
Hezekiah Mead's Company, Colonel Henry Ludington's Seventh 
New York Regiment (X. Y. Revolution, page 151). In 17S8, he 
purchased of the Commissioners of Forfeitures, 144 acres in Philipse 
Patent, Fredericksburg Precinct, Dutchess County, N. Y. _ This 
farm was located on what is now known as German Flats, in the 
town of Carmel, Putnam County, N. Y. He died intestate ; letters 
of administration were issued to his son Lewis. Both he and his 
wife were buried in what was known as the Carver Family burial 
ground, Carmel, now covered by the New York City reservoir. 

Children, all born in Westchester County, except Thomas : 

65. Lewis,' born 1761 ; died July 9, 183 1, at Red Mills, N. Y. 

66. Gilbert/ born 1765 ; died 1832, at Red Mills, N. Y. 



PINCKNEY FAMILY. 75 



67. Nancy,^ born 1766; died June 12, 1831, at Red Mills, N. 
Y. : married William Hill. (See Hill family.) 

68. Rachel,' married David Hitchcock. 

69. Sarah/ born April 23, 1770; died May 13, 1846, at Red 
Mills, N. Y. ; married Noah Hill. (See Hill family.) 

70. Thomas,^ born May i, 1778, at Red Mills, N. Y. ; died 
August 10, 1837, at Red Mills. 



42. Philip Pinckney,-* son of Thomas' and Elizabeth (Chappel) 
Finckney, married, August i, 1765, Elizabeth, daughter of John 
Townsend of Mamaroneck. The %vill of John Townsend, proved 
January 25, 1771, mentions daughter, Elizabeth Pinckney. Chil- 
dren: 



71. Philip.' 
y2. Elizabeth.'' 
73. Richard.'' 



46. William Pinckney,* son of Thomas^ and Elizabeth (Chappel) 
Pinclcney, married Freelove, daughter of John Townsend; bom 
1740; died June, 1822, Both are buried in St. Paul's church- 
yard, Eastchester. His will, dated I\Iarch 16, 1S02, proved March 
29, 1802, narties wife, Freelove; children, Jonathan, Micajah, Wil- 
liam, James. David, Jemima, Sally, Anna, wife of Joseph Reynolds; 
Sebe, wife of Elijah Rich; Mary, wife of David Roberts, and'grand- 
sons, Gilbert Frost. Henry Pinckney, and granddaughters, Louisa 
Fraser and Maria Eraser. Appoints Jonathan and Micajah Pinck- 
ney executors. Children : 

74. Henry,^ died April 2, 178 — . 

75. Jonathan.'' born August 27. 1769; died April 3, 1834. 
yy. William,-' died 1834, Ithaca, N. Y. 

78. James.° 

79. David.* 

80. Jemima,^ died, aged 87; married, December i, 1780, 
Major John David Fraser, of the British Army. 

81. Sarah,'^ married Doctor Post. 

82. /inna,= born 1764; died December 25, 1825; married 
Joseph Reynolds. 



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PINCKNEY FAMILY. 



83. Phebe,^ born 1770; died July, 1845 ; married Elijah Rich, 
born 1762: Hied October, 1822. 

85. Mary/ married, February 19, 1778, David Roberts. 

86. Sebe,^ (born 1765 ; died July 2, 1849; Elijah Ward. 



51. Gilbert Pinckncy,* son of Jonathan^ and Sarah (Ward) 
Pinckney, married Sibel Townsend. He removed from Eastchester 
to that part of Cortlandt's Manor now known as Somers, Westches- 
ter County, N. Y. He was a private in Third Westchester County 
Militia in War of Revolution. 2\larch 19, 1815, he conveyed to 
Lancaster Underbill his interest in lands in Eastchester of which his 
father, Jonatlian Pinckney, died seized. Alarch 13, 1805, he execut- 
ed his will, which was proved January 11, 1819; m it he names his 
sons, Charles, Elijah, John, Jonathan, James and Gilbert and his 
daughters, Elizabedi, Alche and Anna, and his granddaughter, 
Rebecca, Children: 

87. Charles,^ born May 29, 17G6; died October 13, 1836, at 
; . Red 'Mills, N. Y. 

88. Elizabeth,^ born September 11, 1767; died 1844; married 
Robert Lounsberry. 

89. Alchc,^ born September 22, 1769; married Caleb Mar- 
! shall. 

90. Elijah,^ born September 25, 1771 ; died 1811-12. 

91. Ann,'' born January 11, 1775; died unmarried. 

92. John,^ born July 17, 1777 ; died unmarried at Aurelius, 
N. Y. 

93. Gilbert,^ born May 3, 1782; died August il, 1837, at 
South Onondaga, N. Y. 

94. Jonathan,' born May 3, 1782. 

95. James,^ born May i, 1785; died November 26, 1853, at 
Aurelius, N. Y. 



52. John Pinckney,"* son of Jonathan^ and Sarah (Ward) Pinck- 
ney ; removed from Westchester County, N. Y., to Yarmouth, Shel- 
burn County, Nova Scotia, during the War of the Revolution, and 
purchased a farm now known as Pinckney Point. He married, Feb- 
ruary 4, 1789, Louisa Cook, she died May 8, 1843. Children: 

96. Elizabeth,' died October 5, 1861 ; married Captain Reu- 
ben Clements. 



PICKNEY FAMILY. 77 



Q7. Mary," bom May 3, 1793 ; married Samuel Tedford. 

98. Gilbert,^ born February 20, 1796. 

99. Sarah,' born October i, 1798; married Isaac Morehouse. 

100. John,' born July 16, 1791 ; died May i8, 1877, ^'^ Cen- 
tral Chehoque, Nova Scotia. 

loi. Rebecca,' born July 27, 1800; married, (i), Thomas 
Russel ; (2), Hubert Hunting'ton. 

102. Elijah,' born August 12, 1802. 

103. Silphia,' born November 13, 1807; married Foster Sher 
lock. 

104. Louisa,' born November i, 1809; married David S. Kin- 
nev. 



54. Charles- Puickney,* son of Jonathan^ and Sarah (Ward) 
Pinckncy ; removed to Bear River, ^^.^jjej- County, Nova Scotia. 
He married, 1787, Rebecca Cook. Among his children was : 

l"^, 105. Charles,' born October 2, 178S ; died October 15, 1858, 

56. William Pinckney.' son of Israel* Pinckney, married, Au- 
gust 26, 1773. Hannah Drake. October 25, 1799, he purchased 50 
acres of land in Yonkers. His will, dated January 5, 181 1, proved 
February 13, 181 1, names wife, Hannah, sons Step'hen, William and 
Israel, all of New York City. August 26, 18 18, Hannah, widow, 
and William, son, conveyed to Israel, son, lands in Yonkers. Chil- 
dren : 

106. W^illiam,^ died September, 1843, ^- Y. City; married 
Dorcas . 

107. Israel," -married Eliza ; merchant, New York City. 

108. Stephen,*' merchant, New York City ; died intestate ; un- 
married 1818. 



57. Rachel Pinckney,' daughter of Israel'* Pinckney, mairied 
Jacob Post, Jr., 1756. Children : 

109. Lewis Post," born October 15, 1757. 

no. Israel Post,^ born May 15, 1758. 

III. David Post,^ born March 2'^, 1760; died October 16, 
1803. 



78 PINCKNEY FAMILY. 



IT2. Frederick Post.® born November i6, 1762. 

113. Phebe Post,'^ born October 20, 1764. 

114. James Poft/ born September 10, 1766. 

115. EHzabeth Post," born August 12, 1768. 

116. Euphemia Post,® born May 7, 1772. 

117. Mary Post,® born June 11, 1774. 

118. Getty," born June 12, 1780. 



65. Lewis Pinckney,' son of Israel* and Dorothy (Rich) Pinck- 
ney, farmer. Red Mills, N. Y. Private in Capt. Hezekiah Mead's 
Company, Col. Plenry Luding'ton's Regiment, Seventh, New York 
ill War of Revolution : married Orpha, daughter of Daniel Pierce, 
of Red Mills; born May 13, 1768; died Jan. 29, 1836; both buried 
m Co.rver tamily buriai ground. 

Children, all born at Red Mills : 

119. Stephen,'' bora November 27, 1791 ; died Feb. 17, 1873, 
at Red Mills. 

120. Ira,*"' born July 8, 1793 ; died July 9, 1873, at Red Mills. 

121. Pierce,® born June 26, 1794; died Dec, 1882, at Centre 
Lisle, N. Y. 

122. Chloe,® March 7, 1796; died April 30, 1881, at Carmel, 
N. Y, ; married Joseph Ganung ; died 1865; issue, Auretta, 
(m. David A. Lent), Celista, Emalinda, n. m. 

123. Dorothy," born 1797 ; died July 2, 1878, near Red Mills, 
N. Y. ; married Anthony Hill. (See Hill family.) 

124. Phebe,® born 1801 ; died August 26, 1887, Carmel, N. Y. 

125. Hetty.® born Feb. 10, 1804; died October i, 1866, at 
Red Mills, N. Y. ; married, Mar. 18, 1838, Job. C. Austin. 

126. Jane,® died circa, i860, near Red Mills; married Wm. 
Agor. 

127. Sarah,® born May 12. 1806; died October 24, 1891, at 
Red Mills; married James Hill. (See Hill family.) 

128. Henry,® bom 1809; died 1873, New York City. 

129. William.''' born 1815; died Nov. 2, 1884; m. Dean. 



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PINCKNEY FAMILY. 79 

66. Gilbert Pinckney,' son of Israel* and Dorothy (Rich) Pinck- 
ney; uiarncu i^iiaiiLv, uaugiuer of Gilbert Cargin, of Camiel, N. Y, 
Qiildren : 

130. Ira,« born 1807; died Feb. 28, 1878, at Sorners, N. Y. 

131. Rachel," died in Putnam Valley, N. Y. ; married, (i), 
Reuben Williams; (2), Nathaniel Crane; d. 1851. Issue: Ro- 
dolph. 

132. Tvlahala," died at Carmel, N. Y. ; married George Til- 
ford. 



67. Nancy Pinckney," dau.^hter of Israel* and Dorothy (Rich) 
Pinckney ; married William Hill. Children : 

133. Gilbert Hill,' born October 14, 1797; died Dec. 5, 1874. 

134. Andrew Kill.*^ died young. 

135. Arva Hill," born April 14, 1805 ; died Jan. 22. 1884. 

136. Jacob Hill,^ born July 27, 1793 ; died May 11, 1877. 

137. Alza Hill,« born June 17, 1809; died October 23, 1896. 

138. William Hill,« born 1799; died ^Tarch 30, 1842. 

139. Sarah Hill,' born 1791 ; died Feb. 9, 1848. 

140. Mary Hill.' 

141. Rachel Hill' born June 17, 1802; died April 28, 1888; 
unmarried. 

142. Bethiah Hill,' born 1798; died Nov. 9, 1881. 



68. Rachel Pincknev,^ daus:hter of Israel* and Dorothy (Rich) 
Pincknev: married David Hitchcock, of Hitchcock's Hill, Putnam 
County, 'N. Y. 

Children, all born at Hitchcock's Hill. Carmel, N. Y. : 

143. Israel Hitchcock, married Sarah, daughter of Henry 
Bald"vvin ; issue, James and Frederick. 

144. Stephen Hitchcock, born October 3, 179'^". f^^ed March 
3, 1865, near Red Mills; married Pamelia Banker; born 1802; 
died September 3, 1882. 

14!;. Nancv Hitchcock, born 170T : died March 9, i860; mar- 
ried, Feb. 15,' 1832. Wm. Hart, of Red ^^ill?. 



80 PINCKNEY FAMILY. 



146. Daniel Hitchcock, born Jan. 17, 1793; died November 
22, 187^^: married Patience Craft; born April 13, T792; died 
Nov. 25, 1825. Issue: i. Emily, born Jan. 17, 1814; married 
Lorzerzo D. Hill. 2. Alary A., born Feb. 27, 1816; married 
Daniel Honibeciv. 3. Hiram, born October 31, 1818. 4. David, 
'born October 29, 1821 ; married Anna M. Purdy. 

147. David Hitchcock, born 1795 I died Dec. 26, 1862 ; Colonel 
N. Y. S. M., Putnam Co., N. Y. ; married Susan Hunt. Issue : 
David W., born September 28. 1850; Stephen R., bom August 
16, 1S52 ; both reside in Brook^-n, N. Y. 

69. Sarah Pinckney,' dau.g-hter of Israel* and Dorothv (Rich) 
Pinckney ; married Noah Hill, farmer. Red Mills, N. Y. 

Children, all born at Red Mills : 

148. Uriah Hill,« born Jan. 22, 1789 ; died Jan. 28, 1885. 

149. Cb..^t Hill," bvi^ru i/gr , died April ii, 1S/4; married 
Daniel Wright. 

150. Anthony Hill," born 1793: died Feb. 22. 1867. 

151. Esther Hill," born Mar.'S. 1801 ; died October i, 1871. 

152. Mahala,*' died young. 

70. Thomas ?inckney,=^ son of Israel* and Dorothv " (Rich) 
Pinckney; married Rebecca, daughter of Timothv Carver, Jr., of 
Carmel;born 1780; died 1821. Children: 

153. Charlotte,'' born 1800 ; died i85i ; married Wesley 

154. Israel.^ born Dec. 2. 1802; died Jan. 2, 1891, at Carmel. 

155. Timothy,^ born 1802; died 1864; unmarried. 

156. Hannah,^ born 1S06; died 1897; married Samuel W. 
Travis; d. 18S9; issue: Jemima Jane, Cecelia, Deborah, Joseph 
W., and George F. 

157. Rachel.*' bom 1808; died 1842; married Nicholas Van- 
Wagener. 

158. Eliza,*^ born 1812; died at Bloomfield, O. ; married Wm 
Vail. 

159. William,^ born 1816; died T865 ; married ]\Iary Dean. 

160. Stephen,^ born 1809; died 1838; married Chloe Wilson. 

161. Thomas.« born 1818; died July 19, 1901, at Brooklyn, 



PINCKNEY FAMILY 81 



119. Steptien Pinckney,^ son of Lewis' and Orp'ha (Pierce) 
Pinckney, fariiicr, Red Iviiils, N. Y. ; Brigadier General, N. Y. S. 
M. ; Justice of the Peace. Married, (i), Sarah, daughter of Wil- 
liam and iNancy (Pirxckney) Hill; born 1791 ; died Feb. 9, 1848. 
(2), Maria, daughter of William Agor; born Nov. 3, 1832; died 
April 3, 1874. 

Children of Stephen® and Sarah (Hill) Pinckney: 

162. Arabella.^ born 181 1 ; died Jan. 8, 1870, Lake Mahopac, 
N. Y. ; married Flatt Purcell. 

163. Ira,'^ born Feb., 1814; died Mar. 12, 1870; unmarried. 

164. Nancy,^ married Cornelius Smith. 

165. William,^ born 1817; died Nov. 26, 1863; Mahopac 
Mines, N. Y. 

166. Perry .7 born Aug., 1819: died Nov. 26^ 1879, 

167. Antha Ann,'' born 1823.; died Nov. 12, 1833. 

168. Alva." 

169. Lewis,' born 1823; died Oct. 28, 1833. 

170. Stephen.'^ 

171. Orpha,' married John B. Light. 

172. Michael/ born May i, 1826; died June 18, 1882, Red 

Mills, N. Y. ; married oMiranda Crawford. 

Children of Stephen*' and Maria (Agor) Pinckney: 

173. Judson," born Sept. 29, 1857. 

174. Thaddeus,^ born May 28, 1859; resides at Mahopac 
Mines, N. Y. 

175. Azor B.,'^ bom Oct. 28, 1865. 

176. Ezra.' 

177. Luna,^ bom April 13, 1867 ; married John Wixon. 

178. George E.,'' born Feb. 16,' 1870. 

120. Ira Pinckney," son of Lewis" and Orpha (Pierce) Pinck- 
ney; m.arried June 17, 1831, Mary, daughter of James Anderson and 
widow of Charles Vandervoort, born 1801 ; died Nov. 7, 1861. Chil- 
dren: 

179. Susan,' born Mar. 13, 1832; unmarried; resides at Red 
Mills, N. Y. 



82 PINCKNEY FAMILY. 



K 



t8o. Lewis,' born Nov. lo, 1835 ; died Mar. 16, 1838. 

181. Stephen H./ born Nov. 8, 1838;. died Mar. 28, 1839. 

182. Alary E.,' born ]\Iar. 16, 1842 ; married William B. 
Pierce, of Red Mills, N. Y. 

121. Pierce Pinckney,^ son of Lewis' and Orpha (Pierce) Pinck- 
ney, farmer ; remove<d from Putnam Count}- to Centre Lisle, N. Y. ; 
married, Dec, 1826, Caroline, daughter of Nathaniel Crane of Lake 
Alahopac. N. Y. ; born June 20, 1806; died Feb. 16, 1839. (2), 
"Emeline Fowler, born 1813 ; died 1875. 

Children of Pierce® and Caroline (Crane) Pinckney: 

183. James," born 1830; married Lucy Burrows. 

184. Henrv'.' 

185. Frederick,' born 1832. 

186. Nathaniel.^ 



187. Martha,^ born 1835 ; died 1875 ; married Henry Jennings 
of Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

Children of Pierce^ and Emeline (Foavler) Pinckney: 

188. Georgiana," born 1842 ; died 1866. 

189. Legrand,'' born 1844. 

190. Oscar F.,' born 1846 ; resides at Marathon, N. Y. 

191. Henrietta,' born 1849; married William Lusk. ; , 

123. Dorothy Pinckney." daughter of Lewis' and Orpha (Pierce) 
Pinckney ; married Anthony Hill, of Red Mills, N. Y. Children : 

192. Alonzo Hill," born Oct. 24, 1820 ; died April 29, 1896. 

193. Lorenzo D. Hill,^ born April 23, 1821 ; died Feb, 13, 
1889. 

194. Caroline Hill," born 1824; died July 25, 1892. 

195. Henry Hill,^ born Jan. 17, 1829; died May, 1902. 

196. Kelsey Hill." born 1838 ; died Dec. 2, 1879. 

iq7. Harrison Hill/ born Feb. 21, 1841 ; resides at Carmel. 
N. Y. 



PINCKNEY FAMILY. 33 



127. Sarah Pinckney,^ daug-hter of Lewis' and Orpha ( Pierce V 

P-iickn:} ; v:^xvc^ J-^a II!!!. CliiUrcn: ^ 

198. Lewis Hill/ born Nov. 15, 1830; died Feb., 1905. 

T99. Cornelius Hill/ bom Oct. 20, 1832, resides at Mahopac 
Falls, N. Y. 



84 AUSTIN FAMILY. 



THE AUSTIN FAMILY. 

Jonathan Austin,'^ married Charity Odell. They removed from 
Rye, Westchester County, N. Y., to Phihpse Precinct, Dutchess 
County, N. Y., where he died before 1777. His wife survived him 
several years. Their children, were (i) Jonathan,- who married 
Mary Slack, removed north of Fishkill in Dutchess County and had 
several children, among them David": (2) Isaac,- born 1746, died 
October 14. 1813. at Red :vlills, N. Y. ; (3) Smith,- born 1753, died 
September 17, 1834, at Red ^lills, N. Y. ; C4) Job,- born ^^larch 31. 
1759, died February 7, 1847, at Red Mills, N. Y. ; (5) Robert,- died 
May 3, 1834; (6) Anna,- married Lebbens Howe, and (7) Rebecca.- 



2. Isaac Austin,- son of Jonathan,^ married Ann Curry, born 
1745, died December 30, 181 1 ; both buried in Presbyterian church- 
yard. Red Mills, N. Y. In 1788 he purchased of the Commissioners 
of Forfeiture, 92 acres in Lot No. 5, Philipse Patent. He was a 
private under Captain Haight, Colonel Drake, Westchester Militia, 
in the war of the Revolution. 

The children of Isa^x- and Ann (Curry) Austin were: 
9. Charity,^ born July 20, 1767 ; m. Isaac Banker. 
10. Jonathan,-'' born October 11, 1769. 
] I. Mary Curry, ^ born February i, 1772; m. Ketchum. 

12. Lockwood,^ born Alarch 28, 1774. 

13. Job Currv," born January 17, 1779 ; died January 4, 1862, 
at Red Mills, N. Y. 



3. Smith Austin,- son of Jonathan,^ married ^Martha, daughter 
of Hannah Brewer, born 1753, died April 11, 1854, aged 100 years 
and 8 months : both are buried in the Presbyterian churchyard at 
Red Mills. He was a private in Captain John Crane's Company, 
Colonel Henry Ludington's Regiment, Dutchess County ^Militia, in 
war of Revolution. 

Children of Smith' and Martha (Brewer) Austin, all born near 
Red Mills : 



AUSTIN FAMILY. 85 

14. Alethea,' born January 13, 1777; died June, 1876; mar- 
Med, ,'.--ust 27, lyijj., Richard Dean, of Red Alilis. (See Dean 
ramily.) 

15. Hettie,^ born 1780, died November, 1870; married James 
barker. (See Barker Family.) 

16. Absalom.^ 

^ IT; Robert,^ bom 1792, died January 23, 1872, at Red Mills, 

4- Job Austin,^ son of Jonathan,^ married (i) IVIary Nelson 
^f"?!"^^"'^ u' '^58. died September 18, 1793 ; (2) Hannah, widow 
of Eleazur Hazen, born 1755, died December 13, 1839. He served in 
war of the Revolution as Sergeant in Captain John Crane's Com- 
pany, CoL Henry Ludmgton's Regiment, Dutchess County Militia 
fi^^^"^,^^^ ^^'Ijes are buried in the Presbyterian churchyard, Red 
...1.5, . ,^ . . His will, proved July 20, 1S47, names daughter, Sarah, 
wif€ of Cornehusjompkins, Jr. ; daughter-in-law Elizabeth Austin: 
granddaugnters Sarah, Jane and Phebe, and grandson George. 

Children of Job^ and Mary (Nelson) Austin: 

ATM?" ^l^^^-' ^*^'" ^^^y 5, 1780; died December 9, 1841, at Red 
Mills, N. \. ^' t J 

^ 19. Sarah,^ married Cornelius Tompkins, Jr., of Red Mills, 

20. Mercy," married Peter Crookston, of Red Mills, N. Y. 

5- Robert Austin.-' son of Jonathan,^ married (i) Elizabeth 

r^S^' ^^'!''J^'7, died October 16, 1829; (2) Lydia , bom 

1789, died .\ovember 13, 1866. 

Children : 

21. James.' 

22. Amos Lane,' 

23. George L.'^ 

24. Absalom R.' 

25. Nathan Lane.' 

26. :Mary.^ 
2y. Phebe.' 



86 AUSTIN FAMILY. 



28. Adah,^ married Orrin, son of William Agor, of Red 
Mills, N. Y. II-_ Jl^d Isliy 12, 1S67. T"sue: Elisha C. ; m. 
; children: Millard and Cole. 

29. Eleanor/ born February, 1802, died March 16, 1828 ; 
married Anthony Stokum, of Red Mills, N. Y. ; issue, Nathan 
A,, died Sept. 9, 1883, intestate, unmarried. 

30 Nancy,' married Hiram Kniffin. 



13. Job Curry Austin,^ son of Isaac,^ married (1) Louisa Smith, 
(2) ^larch 18, 1838, Hetty, daughter of Lewis Pinckney, of Red 
Mills, N. Y. 

Children of Job C. Austin': 

31. Julia,* born December 22, 1810, died unmarried. 

32. Benjamin,* born June 6, 1812; died July 5, 1886, Pratts- 
burgh, N. Y. 

^2. Cyrus,* born July 7, 1815 ; died May 11, 1889, Los An- 
geles, Cal. ; married Jane Ann Hewlett. 

34. James,* born March 10, 1820; died Dec. 11, 1879, un- 
maried. 

35. Phebe,* born March 13, 1825; died December 13, 1903; 
married lion. Edward Wright, of Lake Mahopac, N. Y. 

36. Philip.* born January 17, 1827; married Sarah Conklin, 
resides Woodlawn, N. Y. 

37. Lucy,* born ]^,Iarch 16, 1839; married Joseph Stokes; re- 
sif es at Altoona, Pa. 

38. Jane,* born April 9, 1840; died July 17, 1892, unmarried. 

39. Charles L.,* born February 12, 1842; married, 1868, Em- 
ma Odell ; i.-sue, Job C.,^ Adolph O.,^ S. Hetty,^ J. Louise,^ 
Charles L."' and LaMonte.^ 

40. Ann,* born July 4, 1843; died IMarch 24, 1897; married 
S. B. Stuchfield. 



ij. Robert Austin,^ son of Smith Austin,- married (i) Eliza- 
beth Downcs, l»m 1793, died December 27, 1830; (2) Lydia, 
widow of Joshua Lounsbury, born 1789, died November 12, 1866. 

Children of Robert Austin: 



AUSTIN FAMILY, 87 



4T. Marv,* born 1835, died December 26, 1862; married 
John N. Fuller, of Peekskill, N. Y. 

42. Adah,* born January 5, 1827; married June 2, 1847, 
Henry T. Haeerman, of Peekskill, N. Y. ; issue, Elizabeth and 
Ella. 

43. Delia,* married Caleb Carpenter, of Red Mills, N. Y. ; is- 
sue, Robert Carpenter. 

44. Martha,* married Lewis Banker. 

45. Eliza,* married James Sackrider, of Peekskill, N. Y. 

46. Smith S.,* bam 1830, married, 1859, Mary Jane, daugfhtei^ 
of James and Sarah (Pinckney) Hill; she died May 17, 1904, 
aged 68; issue, Robert J. Austin,^ of Lake Mahopac, N. Y. ; 
married Julia, daughter of Andrew Dean. 



iS. Silas Austin,* son of Job,' married, 1805, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Oakley) Tompkins, 

Children of Silas Austin: 

47. Joab,* bom December 2t^, 1805, died May 25, 1875 ; mar- 
ried (i) Jane AL Stevens, (2) Sarah A. Young. Children: 
George,^ Silas,^ Theodore,^ Julia,"' Nathaniel.^ 

48. Joshua Nelson,* bom May 27, 1807, died IMarch 21, 
1892; removed to Kendell County, 111. Children: Elizabeth,^ 
Mary^ and John.-'' 

49. Nathaniel,* died 1849, while enroute to California; mar- 
ried twice. Children : Nathaniel,^ George,' Louisa' and Phebe.^ 

50. Mary,* born February 8, 1813, died December 23, 1891 ; 
married, July 4, 1840, Peter Anderson, of Red 2\Iills, N. Y. ; is- 
sue: James T., Mila, Silas x\. and George E. (See Anderson 
Family.) 

51. Sarah,* born September 8, 181 5, died August 29, 1889, 
unmarried. 

52. Jane,* born August 7, 1820, died December 25, 1891 ; 
married Harrison, son of Charles, grandson of William Agor, 
born February 22, 1818, died December 4, 1892. Issue: Wil- 
liam, Charles, Silas and Mary. 

53. George W^,* lx>rn October 8, 1818, died September 15, 
1889; married Elmira, daughter of Jonathan and Pamelia 
(Price) Dean. Issue: Henry,^ and Mary" (m. Munson Perry). 



88 AUSTIN FAMILY. 



54. Phebe E.,* born July 15, 1825; died at Putnam Valley, 
N. v., Oct. S. 1005, unmarried. 

55. Amos L.,* bom June 10, 1827, died April 21, 1897 ; mar- 
ried Cynthia, dau. of Levi Cole; issue, Silas,"^ m. Abigail Bar- 
rett; Elizabeth,^ m. Lafayette Pinckney ; Levi C.,' m. Susan 

Smith; Nelson,^ m. Hill; oVIila,^ m. Elmer Ganong; and 

Theodore,'' of Putnam Valley, N. Y., m. Emma Baremore, 

56. Mercy,* died young. 



JAMES BARKER AXD HIS DESCENDANTS. 89 



James Barker and His Descendants. 

James Barker, born in Freclericksburgli Precinct, Dutchess 
County, now Carrnel, Putnam County, N. Y., 1778, died June 12, 
1842, near Red Mills, X. Y. ; married Hetty, daug-hter of Smith and 
Martha (Brewer) Austin, of same township, born 1780, died No- 
vemfber, 1870. Children: 

2. Absalom,- b. Dec. 14, 1798; d. Dec. 9, 1872. 

3. Robert,^ b. xA.pril 28, 1801 ; d. Nov. 21, 1887. 

4. William,'- b. April 5, 1809; d. Jime 18, 1889. 

5. Michael,- b. Jan. i, 181 1 ; d. April 14, 1883. 

6. Janics," b. Nov. 11, 1814; d. Nov. 21, 1874. 

7. Smith Austin,- b. 1820, d. Feb. 14, 1892; unmarried. 

8. Mary,- b. Dec. 6, 1805 ; d. Feb. 28, 1869; m. \Vm. Knight. 

2. Absalom Barker^ (James^), m., May 31, 1825, Sarah Hitch- 
cock, b. Aug-. 2, 1799: d. ]\Iay 8. 1877; removed to Matteawan, 
Dutchess County, N. Y. Children : 

9. George W.,^ b. April 2/, 1826; m. Susan M. Locke. 

10. Martha J.,^ b. Oct. 14, 1828; d. Jan. 20, 1900; m. (i), 
Jan. 30, 1853, John C. Knox; (2), Qiarles W. Henderson. 

11. Smith Austin,^ b. July 27, 1830; d. Ivlar. 26, 1900. 

12. Alary E.,^ b. Feb. 9, 1833; d. Aug. 27, 1872; m. James 
Bentley. 

13^. Deborah L.,^ b. Tune 19, 1836; m. June 29, 1858, Isaac 
Newton Hill. (See Hill family.) 

14. Hannah,^ b, Jan. 18, 1840 ; m. June 21, 1859. Uriah Drake 
Gee. 

3. Robert Barker- (James'), m., Dec. 29, 1824, Mary, daughter 
of Isaac and Susan (Tompkins) Austin, b. Dec. 2, 1803 ; d. June 25, 
1900. Qnildren : 

15. Phebe,=' b. Feb. 21, 1826; d. April 13, 1849. 

16. Anson,' b. Dec. 15, 1827; d. April 3, 1829. 



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90 JAMES BARKER AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 



17. Asbury,' b. Feb. 8, 1831 ; d. Jan. 11, 1832. 

18. Hetty/ b. Dec. 6, 1832. 

19. Susan/' b. April 2, 1835 ; d. June 17, i86t. 

20. James/ b. April 5, 1839 ; d. Oct. 30, 1856. 

21. Hannah J./ b. IMay 19, 1841 ; d. Feb. 28, 1844. 

22. Emma/ resides at Mahopac Alines, N. Y. 

4. William Barker- (James^, m. Nancy, daughter of Benjamin 
Early, b. Dec. 2, 1825. Children : 

23. Elizabeth,^ b. Nov. 9, 1844; m. Henry Wixon. 

24. Joshua L.,^ b. Jan. 4, 1844 ; m. Lucy Hunt. 

25. Robert W./ b. Nov. 8, 1849 ; m. Angeline Baxter. 

26. Catherine Ivi./ b. Aug. 11, 185 1 ; m. John Post. 

27. Phebe J./ b. Feb. 15, 1855; m. George L. Hadden; is- 
sue, Pearl, drowned in Kirk Lake. 

28. Edward/ b. Oct. 14, 1861. 



5. Michael Barker- (JamesM, m. (i), Jane Kniffin, b. 1813 ; d. 
Feb. 14, 1841 ; (2), Sarah Robinson. 

Children of Michael and Jane (Kniffin) Barker: 

29. William," m. Caroline Higgins ; he died at Croton Falls. 

N. Y. . . 

30. Sarah A.,' m. Samuel Staples. 

31. Pheibe J./ m. Stephen Wheeler. 

Children of Alichael and Sarah (Robinson) Barker: 

32. DeWitt,^ b. Jan. 11, 1856; m. June 26, 1890, Isabel G. 
Skidmore. 

33. Hattie,' b. Jan. 10, 1846; m. George W. Hart. 



6. James Barker- (James^), m., Mar. 16, 1842, Catherine, dau. 
of John Armstrong, b. P'eb. 10, 1842. Qiildren: 

34. Amelia.^ b. Feb. 4, 1843; ^- ^lar. 12, 1872; m., Jan, i, 
1863, Sillick. 

35. Hester,^ b. May 2, 1845. 



JAMES BARKER AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 91 



36. William U.r h. Jan. 13, 1S4/ ; d. Mar. 10, 1886; in., April 
14, 1869, Julia Ackerly. 

37. Asbury/ b. July 2, 1849; m. (i), Oct., 1872, Enmia 
Soper. b. April 15, 1847; ci- Jan. i. 1901. (2), Mrs. SaraJi 
(Vail) Hill. 

38. John Franklin,^ b.. Feb. 19, 1853; cl. Mar. 13, t88o; un- 
married. 

39. Smith/ b. Nov. 7, 1855 ! "i- Clara, dausfhter of A. Wesley 



t2 RHOADES FAMILY, 



THE RHOADES FAMILY. 



John Rhoades/ probably born in England. Purchased lands in 
the Manor of Scarsdale, Westchester County, N. Y., on March 28, 
171 1, (Westchester Co. Deeds, Liber E, page 5). Among his 
ciiildren were John" and Isaac,- and probably Richard,- who was 
born 1741. 

Isaac Riioades," son of John,^ married Charity, daughter of 
Anthony and Mary (Ward) Hill, of Fox Meadows, now Scarsdale, 
Westchester County, N. Y., and prior to 1747, removed to Philipse 
Precinct, Dutchess County (now Putnam County), New York. April 
7, 1747, John Rhoades of Scarsdale and Isaac Rhoades of Philipse 
.Manor, Dutchess County, N. Y., conveyed lands in Scarsdale to 
William Griffin. In 1760 Isaac Rhoades- was Captain of Militia in 
Philipse Patent. His brother-in-law, William Hill, was Lieutenant 
of same company. Isaac Rhoades- was also fence viewer, highway 
master and commissioner of highways in Fredericksburgh, Dutchess 
County, N. Y. in the tax list of 1777, Fredericksburgh Precinct, 
the name of John Rhoades appears and in Philipse Precinct that 
of Isaac Rfioades. In the war of the Revolution Isaac Rhoades- 
was enrolled as a private in Captain Lane's Company, Colonel 
Henry Ludington's Regiment, Dutchess County Militia. John 
Rhoades- was a private in Captain Lewis's Company, same Regi- 
ment. Richard Rhoades and Isaac Rhoades, Jr.,^ were privates in 
the same ^Cegiment. In 1788 Isaac Rhoades- purchased of the 
Commissioners of Forfeiture, two parcels of land in Lot No. 5, 
Philipse Precinct. This land adjoined PJryant Pond, Putnam Val- 
ley, Putnam County, N. Y. The will of Isaac Rhoades,- dated May 
26, 1797, proved June 12. 1797, and recorded in Dutchess County 
Surrogate's office in Liber C of Wills, page 64, names his wife 
Charity and his grandsons Isaac Huson and Isaac Winters. Ac- 
cording to family tradition Isaac Rhoades- had a large family. 
Among his sons were Isaac^ and James.^ 

Isaac Rhoades.^' son of Isaac,- was born in Philipse Precinct in 
1759 and died at Yorktown, Westchester County. N. Y. He was 
known as Deacon Rhoades, and from 1798 to 1809 preached at the 
Baptist Church, Yorktown. He married Mary, daughter of Wil- 
liam and Dethiah (Smith) Hill, of Red Mills, N. Y. She was born 
1750, dierl at Yorktown, January 21, 1821. Among the children of 



RHOADES FAMILY. »S 



Isaac' and Mary (Hill) Rhoades were Isaac/ born about 1773; 
Marv.* Hannah/ Eliza^ ; Charity/ born December 8. 1780, died 
April 14, 1647; Joiin Cornelius/ leiaoved to Ohio; Ezekiel/ Rhoda/ 
Elizabeth/ Nancy/ and Harriet.* 

Isaac Rhoades/ son of Isaac/ married ]Mary Marginson. She 
died in 1856. Their children were Samuel/ John/ Isaac,'^ Susan,'' 
Hannah^ and Eliza.^ 

Charity Rhoades/ daughter of Isaac/ married, September iq. 
1799, Elias Ouereau, Jr., of Yorktown, born June 21, 177 1, died 
September 12, 1841 ; removed to Cayuga County, N. Y. Issue: | 

Maria Ouereau/' born January 11, 1801. married Lyon; 1 

Clement Ouereau."' born i\Iay 8. 1806; Catherine Ouereau/ born 
June 4, 1808: Isaac R. Quereau.' born August 13, 1810; Elizabeth | 
Ouereau. ° born June 11, 1812: Jane Ouereau,^ born April 8, 1815. | 
nnd Phebe Ouereau/ born April 22, 1819. j 

James Rhoades," son of Isaac- and Charity (Hill) Rhoades, 

died intestate about 1787. at Fredcricksburgh Precinct. He mar- | 

ried 3-Iary, daughter of Anthony and Elizabeth Plill, of Cortlandts \ 

Manor, X.Y. April 17, 17S7. letters of administration upon his estate | 

were issued to his brother. Isaac Rhoades, Jr.^ The children of | 

James^ and :\Iary (Hill) Rhoades were Thirza/ x\nthon)^ and i 

James/ Thirza Rhoades* married Charles Armstrong ; they re- j 
sided near Poughkeeosie, N. Y. ; their children were Ira Annstroug'' 

and Anthony Armstrong." | 

Anthony Rhoades,* son of James^ and Mary (Hill) Rhoades. j 
born April 3. i7.?o; died at Cato, Onondaga County, X. \. | 
He was one of the organizers of the Presbyterian Church 
at Red Mills. N. Y. ^Married, Elizabeth, daughter of Ged- 
ney and Elizabeth Secor, of Red IVIills. She died May 25, 
1863. In 1826 they removed to Potter, Yates County. X. Y., 
and afterwards to Elbridge, Onondaga County. N. Y. The 
children of Anthonv* and Elizabeth (Secor) Rhoades were (r) 
Amzi/ born August 2. 1808, Red .Mills, X. Y.. died December 9, 
1892, Elbridge, X. Y.. married ]\[aria Reed, no issue; (2) Charles _ 
A./ born February 12, 1810, Red Mills, N. Y., died February 8, 
1884. Spotsvlvania Count v, Va., married Hannah Graves of Jordan, 
N. Y., issue Clarence.''' Claudius,'^ Mary,'' m. P. V. Collins. Heri>ert,'' 
and John Howard'-; (3) Mary."' born Feb. 26. 1812. at Poughkeei)- 
sie, X. Y., died April 8. 1840. at Elbridge. X. Y., m. Joseph Reed of 
Potter. X^. Y., issue Francis Josephine* and Mary Eliza1)edi^ ; 



«4 RHOADES FAMILY.. 



(4) Sarah, ^ born November 13, 1814, Clinton, Dutchess County, 
N. Y.. died April 2$, 1903, at Cato, N. Y., married Charles Dallas 
of C.ito, N. \., issue jcuj^^ene^ an^i ■Moriiintrr" ; (5) John,^ born 
March 3. 1817, Clinton, Dutchess County, N. Y., died, urauarried, 
January 13, 1881, Xe\cto\vn, Indiana; (6) Elizabeth,^ bom April 
12, 1819, Chnton, Dutchess Count}', N. Y., resides at Geneva, N. Y., 
married Barnev Reed, issue. Alice"; (j) Jane,^ born February 8, 
1821, Clinton, Dutchess County, N. Y., resides at Cato, N, Y. ; 



married Edmund Dutton, issue John Anthony** an.d Elizabeth® ; 
(10) Emily,^ bom May 5, 1827, Elbridg-e, N. Y., died April 18, 
1838; (11), Gedney/ born ^larch 12, 1830, resides at Boon^e, Iowa, 
married ("i) Ann Zimmerman, issue. Mary,* John,^ Charles.' (2) 
Ruby iviayo, issue, Mabel,® d. y., and Mabel.^ 

Tni-p'''^ Rho-'de'; Jr .* «^nn of Jam'^s'' and Mary (Hill) Rhoades, 
resided in ^Monroe County, N. Y. ; died at Richmond, Va. Issue: 
Charles,^ Elmira,^ and a second daughter.^ 



FiyCH FAMILY. 96 



THE FINCH FAMILY. 



Nathan Finch^ lived and died at Stanuich, in the town of Green- | 

wich, Fairtield County, Connecticut. Among his children was Jona- \ 
than,- who was born at Stanwich, November 30. 1750, and died there 

April 25, 1836. Jonarhan was a soldier in the war of the Revolu- | 

lion. He was twice married ; first to Deborah Lockwood. born 1754, | 

died Ala}' 21, 1817 ; second to Riioda , born August 4, 1780, | 

died October 16, 1866. The only son of Jonathan- and Deborah was I 

Reuben^ Finch, born at Stanwich, July 19, 1772, died there April 28, ] 

1839. Jie married, October 25. 1794, by Rev. Jonatlian Alurdock. | 

Abigail, daughter of James and Abigail (Knapp) Reynolds, of Stan- j 

wich, born November 3, 1774, died at Stanwich, June 6, 1861. Reu- | 

bcii Finch- was a nierchani and farmer at Stanwich. James Rev- 1 

nolds was a soldier of the War of the Revolution. 1 

I 

Children of Reuben- and Abigail (Reynolds) Finch, all born at ! 

Stanwich. t 

4. Reuben Reynolds,* born September 24, 1795 ; died at I 
Peekskill, N. Y., September 3, 1865. 

5. Deborah Ann,* born October 28, 1797; died at Bedford, N. I 
Y., August T7, 1882; married, October 19, 1847, Enoch Rey- \ 
nolds, born December 17, 1794; died at Bedford, N. Y., August 

9, 1878. No issue. j 

6. Amos,* born Decemlx'r 8, 1799: died at St::nwich, April \ 
13, 1866; married Alice Smith, born February 13, 1799; died at | 
Stanwich. January- 13, 1884. Children: Adaline and Alice; 
reside at Stanwich. j 

7. Nathan,* born .April 7, 1S02 ; died at Stanwich, unmarried, ] 
October 2y, 1882. 

8. Lockwood,* born August 9, 1804; died at Somers, N. Y., 
unmarried, July 31, 1835, 

9. Mary Reynolds,* born October 6, 180^1; died Novem!)er u, 
1891 ; married Silas Wood, of Stanwich, born 1800. died April 
6, 1884. 

10. Jonathan,* born October 26, 1808; died April 20, 1877: 
married Mary Banks, born Alarch 25, 1818; died June 2S, iSSS. 
Both died at Stanwich. Issue: Adelaide; resides at Stanwich. 



96 FINCH FAMILY. 



11. Hannah,* born August i6. 1811 ; died October 29, 1884,- 
at Stamvich: married, December 24. 1833, Arba Smith, born 
1801, r^l:^ T.,'y -^ 'C,^9,, T.,-„e; S?.rah ; resides at Stanu'Ich. 

12. Julia Elizabeth.* born May i, 1814; died March 13, 1893. 
at Peekskiil ; married, February 22>, 1842, Jackson O. Brown, of 
Somers, N. Y., born December'2, 1811 ; died at Peekskiil, N. Y., 
December 19, 1877. No issue. 

13. Georg-e G.,* born April 11, 1819; died June 11, 1868, at 
Stanvvich ; married, April 11, 1855, Emma Johnston. No issue. 



4. Reuben Reynolds Finch,* married, February 13, 1822. by Rev. 
Piatt Buffett, at Congregational Church, Stanwich, Deborah, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin and Samantlia (Reynolds) Brush, of Stanwich, 
Conn., 'born iMarch 2, 1799; died at Peekskiil, N. Y.. April 29, 1866. 

Edward Brush removed from Long Island to Greenwich, Con- 
necticut. He h^d ;•. ?on, Benjan-'in, who, February 5, 1784, married, 
by Rev. Jonathan ^lurdock, Samantha Reynolds : their children were 
Fanny, Edward, Joseph, Benjamin, Samantha, Deborah, Piatt and 
Edmund Burke. P^anny married William Rundle. Edward mar- 
ried Rebecca Hoyt. Joseph married Sarah Alead. Benjamin mar- 
ried Clara Sackett. .Sarah married Joel Wright. Samantha mar- 
ried David Hobby. Deborah married Reuben R. Finch. Piatt mar- 
ried Maria Close. 

Children of Reuben R.* and Deborah (Brush) Finch: 

14. Alethea,'' born at Coscob, Conn., March 14, 1823 ; resides 
at Peekskiil, N. Y. 

15. Edward Brush,^ born at Coscob, Conn.. September 18, 
1^24; died at Peekskiil, N. Y., August 30, 1893. 

16. Mary Elizabeth,-'' born at Peekskiil, N. Y., September 5, 
1826; died at Plainfield, N. J., October 29, 1869. 

17. Sarah Brush,' born at Peekskiil, N. Y., February 13, 
1828; died, unmarried, at Peekskiil, N. Y., Septeir.ber 13, 1857. 

18. Reuben Reynolds,^' born at Peekskiil, N. Y., November 
II, 1829; died at Peekskiil, May 15, 1901. 

19. Delia Clapp,' born at Peekskiil, Tune 6. 183 1 ; resides at 
Peekskiil. 

20. Angeline Robinson," born at Peekskiil, December 30, 
1832 ; resides at Peekskiil. 



FINCH FAMILY. 97 



21. Nathan Lockwood,' born at Peokskill, November i6, 
1834: died at Peekskill, November 18, 1868. 

22. Benjamin Brus^'h/' born at Peekskill, February 23, 1838; 
died at New York, May ii, 1865. unmarried. 

23. Emily Smith,^ b<:>rn at Peekskill, June 24, 1841 : resides 
at New York Citv. 



14. Alethea Finrh.^ daughter of Reuben 'R. Finch,* married, April 
10, 1842, at Peekskill, by Rev. William Marshall, Uriah Hill, Jr., son 
of Uriah and Anna (Dean) Hill, born August 13, 1S17. 

Children of Uriah and Alethea (Finch) Flill : 

24. Julia Hill,*^ Ixorn May i, 1843, at Peekskill; died February 
18, 1844, at New York City. 

^^. II^iU> IIlu/ uoiTi Dccciaber 1 1, 1S46, at New York City; 
died August 5, 1862, at Peekskill. 

26. Sarah Vail Hill," born October 20, 1850, at Brooklyn, N. 

Y. ; resides at Peekskill. | 

\ 

27. Reuben Finch Flill,*' born June 21, 1856, at Peekskill; | 
died September 13, 1S56, at Peekskill. } 

28. Edward Finch Hill," born August ir, 1857, at Peekskill; 
resides at Peekskill. 



15. Edward Brash Finch,' son of Reuben R. Finch,* married, 
May 2^, 1846. at Peekskill. by Rev. David M. Halliday. Am.elia ]., 
dai ghter of Niles and Margaret (Jones) Frost, of Peekskill; born 
3t Peekskill, November i^, 1825; died at New York Citv, June 2},, 
1887. 

Children of Edward B.' and Amelia (Frost) Finch : 

29. Margaret Frost," born July 26, 1847, at Peekskill ; resides 
at Peekskill. 

30. Charles Frost,'"' born June 3. 1849, ^^t Peekskill ; died at 
Peekskill, September 15, 1851. 

31. James Wells," born October 9, 1853, at Peekskill ; resides 
at New York City. 

32. Virginia Frost.^ born }>Iarch 21, 1861, at Chicago, III.; 
died March 25. 1871. at Peekskill. 



98 FINCH FAMILY. 



i6. Mary Elizabeth Finch,^ danghter of Reuben R. Finch/ mar- 
ried, July 9, 1849, at Peekskill, by Rev. David M. Halliday, James 
jj., son of ivicuaiU <iiia ^vidi la, yuiies) jMerritt, born July 12, 1820. 
He resides at Plainfield, N, J. 

Children of James B. and Mary (Finch) Merritt: 

33. Richard JMerritt," born September 24, 1850, at Brooklyn, 
N, Y. ; died November 2, 1896, at Plainiiekl, N. J. 

34. Edward Merritt," born July 24, 1852 ; died September 2, 
1884. 



18. Reuben Reynolds Finch,' son of Reuben R. Finch,* married 
Fefcruary 3, 1862. at New York City, by Rev. Joseph r\IcElroy, Jane 
P., daughter of James M. and Camilla (Hyatt) Nelson; born April 
16, 183 1 ; died at Peekskill, March 4, 18S7 ; no issue. 



19. Delia Clapp Finch,^ daughter of Reuben R. Finch,* married 
(i), April 21, 1852, by Rev. David M. Halliday, at Peekskill, Joel 
Wright Frost, son of Niles and Margaret (Jones) Frost: born July 
18, 1824; died on Pacific Ocean, en route to California, July, 1852. 
(2), November 24, 185S, by Rev. David M. Halliday, Benjamin 
Franklin Depew, son of William Depew, born May 18, 1821 ; died 
at Plainfield, N. ]., April 18, 1884; no issue. 



20. Angeline Robinson Finch,' daughter of Reuben R. Finch,* 
married, February 14, 1855, by Rev. David M. Halliday, at Peekskill, 
Peter Barker Acker, of Newburgh, N. Y., born October 14, 1829; 
died December 9, 1905. 

Children of Peter B. and Angeline (Finch) Acker. 

35. Delia Finch Acker," born November 24, 1855 ; resides at 
Peekskill. 

36. Angeline V'ail Acker," born March 9, 1857; resides at 
Peekskill. 

37. Susan Merwin Acker,* born December 12, 1858; resides 
at Peekskill. 

38. Alethea Hill Acker." born September 6, 1862; married 
May 10. 1892, George C. Pennell. of Goshen. N. Y. 



FINCH FAMILY. 99 



21. Nathan Lockwood Finch,"* son of Reuben R. Finch,* married, 
June 29, 1859, by Rev. Charles D. Buck, at Peekskill, Mauricene 
Dcpcw jesbup, urtu^iiLcr ^i Lcvvib and Catherine (Depew) Jcs?up, 
born January' 19, 1S38. at Peekskill, and died December 11, 1867, at 
Peekskill. 

Oiildren of Nathan L. and Mauricene Qessup) Finch, born at 
Peekskill. 

39. Kate," born March 16, 1864; died June 27, 1864. 

40. Reuben R.,*' born August 11, 1865 ; died April 22, 1867. 

22. Emily Smith Finch,* daughter of Reuben R. Finch,* married, 
Novem'ber 18^ 1861, by Rev. David M. Ilalliday, at Peekskill, John , 
D. Hutchinson, son of John Hutchinson, of Troy, N. Y. ; born Jan- 
uary 15, 1842, at Troy; died February 16. 1896, at Peekskill. | 

Clilldrcn of Jchn D. -nd Enrly (Fmch) Hutchinson: j 

41. Jennie Finch Plutchinson." 

42. John D. Hutchinson," died, 1905, at Peekskill. I 

I 

31. James Vv^ells Finch,' son of Edward B. Finch,^ married (i), 
Octfciber 30, 1882, at Peekskill, Winifred, daughter of Isaac L. and 
Winifred (Carpenter) Kipp, of Peekskill; born October 29, 1854. • 

(2), Septerriber 30, 18' )6, Jessica B., daughter of Ferdinand and 
Helen (Brown) Garrctson, of North Pownal, V^-t. ; bom August 22, 
1871. 

Children of James W.^ and Winifred (Kipp) Finch: 

43. James Kipp,' born December 2, 1803, at Peekskill. 

44. Winifred Frost,' born February 8, 1885, at Peekskill. 
Children of James W." and Jessica ((jarretson) Finch: 

45. Elsie Garretson,' born July 2, 1898, at North Pownal, Vt. 



1 

100 SMITH FAMILY. f 



THE SMITH FAMILY. 



Abraham Smith^ was an Englishman, who settled on Long Island. 
About 1/4 1 he removed to that part of Philipse Precinct, Dutchess 
County, N. Y., now known as Putnam Valley, Putnam County. 
He was twice married. His will, dated April 7, 1764, recorded in 
Dutchess Coimty, Liber A. of Wills, page 4G. names wife, ^largaret. 
son Abraham,- daughters, Bethiah Hill.- wife of William Plill, 
Mar^' GrifiFin.- Ann Hedden.- Charity Farenton.- Jemima Cov- 
ert,- and grandson Silvanus Covert." Joseph Lane and Margaret 
Smith, widow, are named as executors. Among the children of 
Ann ( Smith) ' Hedden,'- was Abraham Smith Hedden," who was 
cnmmissionefl, Feb. 27. 177Q. as Captain in Colonel Samuel Drake's 
regiment Westchester County militia (see N. Y. in the Rev.); he 
had a son Gilbert.^ who m. Deborah Bartow, and a daughter Sarah,* 
who m. Stephen Crane, Nov. 21, 1792. 

x\braham Smith, Jr.,- the only child of Aljraham and Margaret 
Smith, was borii October 24, 1763, and died at Putnam Valley, Octo- 
ber 26, 1S13. For many years he held the office of justice of the 
peace, and was also supervisor, surrogate and judge of the Court of 
Common Pleas, of Putnam County. His wife was ALiry, daughter 
of Daniel Knapp, of Yorktown. Their children were: i. Sarah." 
born 1784, died 1851, married Sanuiel ?vlyrick; issue, Frederick,* 
Abraham,* Lucy,* Caroline,* Eliza,* Alargaret* and Helen.* 2. Pru- 
dence,"' born 1786, died 1869, unmarried. 3. Abraham," born Oct. 
24, 17S8, died unmarried April 23, 1854. 4. Allen Blair," born May 

16, 1796, died April 7, 1834. married, September 27, 1826, Mary 
Ann, daughter of Jeremiiah Fox, Jr.. of Yorktown. born Septem- 
ber 6, 1S07, died December 4, 1886; issue, Jeremiah Fox Smith.* 
born July 27. 1828. died October 24, 1882; Elizabeth,* born October 

17, 1831, died October 2,0, 1894, unmarried. 5. Saxton,' born Octo- 
ber 2, 1802. died, unmarried, Alarch 13, 1890. at Putnam Valley; he 
held many public offices, among them commissioner of deeds, super- 
intendent of public schools, supervisor of Putnam Vallev, member 
of Assembly, Putnam County, and State Senator. 



LOUNSBURY FAMILY. 101 



THE LOUNSBURY FAMILY. 

I. Isaac Lounsbury,' farmer, of the West Patent, of Northcastle, 
Westchester County. N. Y., left a will dated June 6. 1770, proved 
March 6, 1773. in which he names wife Sarah, sons (2) Isaac,- (3) 
John,- (4) Thomas,- (5) Robert,'- (6) Michael,- daughters (7) 
Hannah,- (8) Mary,- and (9) Charity.- 

.?. T«;?.^.c T.onn-ibnrv.- farmer, removed to near Red !Mills, Put- 
nam County, N. Y.; his wife was Deborah ; d. Sept. 16, 

1S24. Their children, all born at Red ?\Iills, were: 

10. Sarah.-'' b. Mar. 2, 1762. 

11. Robert." b. Aug. 27, 1766; m.. Aug. 3. 1794. Rachel Lent. 

12. Isaac,-' b. April 2^, 1768; d. at Fishkill, N. Y. 

13. John,'' b. Jan. 18. 1770; d. at Yorktown ; m., Nov. 21, 
1798, Tamar Vail; issue: John,* James.* 

14. Samuel."' b. Feb. 10, 1772; d. in Ulster Co., N. Y. 

15. Thomas.-' b. Mar. 5, 1774; d. June 18. 1837; m. Jane. 
dau. of William Hill; issue: Alfred,'* Orsey,* James.* 

16. Hannah,-' b. Jan. 23, 1776; m. Winth' op Hoag. 

17. Deborah,^ b. April 17, 1780; d. Sept. 6, 1849; m., Jan. 
1 8, 1798, x-\braham Hill. (See Hill family.) 

18. Joshua.-"' b. July 23, 1784: d. Aug. 16, 1833. 

18. Joshua Lounsbury,^ (Isaac,- IsaacM. m., Nov. to, 1813, 
Lydia, dau. of Eliakim Wardeil, of Putnam Valley, b. 1789, d. Nov. 
1866. Children, all born in Putnam Valley, N. Y. : 

19. Isaac* b. Dec. 15, 1815; d. 2\[ar. 16, 1881 ; m., 1840, 
Catherine S., dau. of Samuel ^leyrick; issue, Isaac/' Samuel 
M.,-' of Somers. N. Y., Mary," Robert,'"' 

20. Robert W.,* b. Nov. 29. 1817; d. Nov. 17, 1899, Putnam 
Valley. N. Y.. unmarried. 



10*3 LOUNSBURY FAMILY 



21. Catherine.* h. Dec. 20, iSiq: d. Jan. 23, 1894; m., June 
4, 1836, Amzi L. Dean, of Lake 'iNlahopac, N. Y. (See Dean 
family.) 

22. John D.,-* b. Dec. 11. 1822; d. Nov., 18S5 ; m. Mary A., 
dau. of William Alley; issue, William A.,^ resides at Redding, 
Conn. 

23. Mary Jane,^ b. Aug. 8, 1825; unmarried; resides New 
York City. 

24. Hannah,* b. Aug. 20, 1827; m.. May 17, 1848. Isaac, 
son of Joshua Lounsbury. of Fishkill, N. Y. ; issue, Joshua 
W.,= b. Aug. 6, 1849; Frank R.,^ b. Oct. 17, 1856. 



IINDEX. 



Abbott, Susan, 25. 
Acker, Alethea H., 98. 

Angeline R., 98. 

Artgeline V., gS. 

Delia R, 98. 

Peter B., oS. 

Susan M., 98. 
Ackerly, Julia, 91. 
Adams, Maria H., 56 
Agor, Adah, S6. ^ 

Charles, Sj. 

Cole, 86. 

George, 3S. 

Harrison, 87. 

Jane, 7S, S7. 

Mahala, 3S. 

Maria, 81. 

Mary, S7. 

Millard. 86. ^ ^ '' 

Orrin, 86. 

Silas, 87. 

William, 78, 81, 86, 87. 
Alley, Elizabeth, 65. 

Mar>', 65. 

Mary A., 65, 1 02. 

William, 65. 102. 
Allison, Peter, 67. 

Sarah E., 67. 
A'lderson, Edward, 69. 

Elizabeth, 15, 35. 

George E., S7. 

James, 16, 35, 8r. 

Jamt?s T., 87. 

Mary, 15, 81, 87. 

Mary A., 69. 

Mila, 87. 

Peter, 15, 87. 



Silas A., 87. 

Susan, 16. 
Andre, John (Major), 47. 
.\rmstrong, Anthony, 93. 

Catherine, 90. 

Ohafles, 93. 

Ira, 93- 

John, 90. 

Thirza, 93. 
Atkinson, Bethiah, 55. 

Hamilton, 55. 
Austin, Abigail, 88. 

Absauiai, 85. 

Absalom R., 85. 

Adah, 85, 87. 

Adolph O., 86. 

Alethea, 65, 83. 

Almira, 87. 

Amos L., 85, 88. 

Ann, 84, 86. 

Anna, 84. 

Benjamin, 86. • • ' 

Carrie, 37. 

Charity, 84. 

Charles L., 86. 

Chloe, 17. 

Cynthia, 88. 

Cyrus, 86. 

Davidj^84. 

Delia, 87. 

Eleanor, 86. 

Elijah, 17. 

Eliza, 87. 

Elizabeth, 85, 86, 87, 88. 

Emma, 86, 88. 

George, 87. 

George L., 85. 

George W., 87. 



104 



INDEX 



Hannah, S5. 

Henry, 87. 

I iodic, /S, <i5.> So, Z^. 

Isaac, 84. 89. 

James, 85. 86. 

Jane, 86, 6". 

Jane Ann, 86. 

Jane M., ^7- 

J. Louise, 86. 

Joab, 87. ' ■ 

Job, 84, 85. 

J'ob C, 78, 84,86. 

John, ^/. 

Jonathan, 84. 

Joshua Nelson, ^7. 

Julia, 86, 87. 

Levi C. 88. 

Lockwood, 84. 
Louisa, 86, 87. 
Lucy, 86. 
Lydia, 85, 86. 
Martha, 65, 84, 87. 
Mary, 26, 84, 85, %7, 89. 
Mary C, 84. 
Mary Jare, 87. 
Mercy, 85, 88. 
Mila, 88. ;. 

Nancy, 86. 
Nathan L., 85. 
Nathaniel. ^7. 
Neison. 37, 88. 
Phebe, 85, 86, 87. 
Phebe E.. 88. 
Philip, 86. 
Rebecca, 84. 
Robert, 84, 85, 86. 
Robert J., 87. 
■Sara>h, 85, Bf, 87. 
Sarah A., 87. 
S. Hetty, 86. 
Silas, 85, 87, 88. 



Smith, 26, 65, 84. 

Smith S., 87. 

Susan, 88, 89. 

Theodore, 87, 88. 
Avery, Andrew, 12. 

Catherine, 12. 

Clara, 45. 

Isaac, 12. 

Jacob, 12. 

Judah, 12. 

Mar>-, 12. 

Miriam, 12. 

Sally, 12. 

Uriah, 12. 
Ayers. Adah, 35. 

Alethea, 35. 

Anu:i, 35. 

Charles, 35- 

Elias, 35. 

Frederick A., 35. 

Lida, 35. 

Lucina, 35. 

Martha, 35. 

Sari^h, 35. 
Azard, Hannah, j8. 
Backman, ?,[ary Jane, 17. 
Bacon, Adah, 67. 

Alphonso S., 67. 

Emma A., 67. 

Jay, 67. 

Olive J., 67. 
Baile}-, Eliza, 40. 

George 3., 25. 

Jane, 25. 

Louise, 25. 

Sarah, 34. 

Stephen, 40. 

Susan, 25. 
Baker, Sarah. 91. 
Baldwin, Elizabeth, 25. 

Frederick, 79. 

Henry, 79. 



INDEX 



105 



James, 79. 
Lewis G., 25. 

Sarah, 79. 
Banker, Chari y, 8.^. 

Le\vis, 87. 

Martha, »7. 

Parnelia, 79^ 
Banks, ^.lary, 95. 
Barger, John, ,^S. 

Lorinda, .17. 

Ma'hala, 38. 

Sarah, 38. 
Ba.-ker, Absalorn, 89. 

Amelia, 90. 

Angeline, 90. 

Anson, 89. 

Asbury, 90, 91. 

Caroline, 90. 

Gather inc. 913. 

Catherine M.. 00. 

Clara, 91. 

Deborah L., 89. 

De Witt, 90. 

Edward, 90. 

Elizabeth, 90. 

Emma, 00, 91. 

George W., 89. 

Hannah, 89. 

Kanna.i J., 90. 

Hattie, 00. 

Hester, 90. 

Hetty. 85, 89, 90. 

Isabel G., 90. 

James, 85, 89, 90. 

Jane, 90. 

John Franklin, 91. 

Joshua L., 00. 

Julia, 91. 

Lucy, 90. 

Martha J., 89. 

Mary, 89. 

Man,- E., 89. 



Michael, 89, 90. 

Nancy, 90. 

Pbebe. 89. 

Phebe J., 90. 

Robert, 89. 

Robert W., 90. 

Sarah, 89. 90. 

Sarah A., 90. 

Smith, 91. 

Smith A., 89. 

Susan, 90. 

Susan M., 89. 

William, 89, 90. 

vVilliam H., 91. 
Barlow, ]Mabel, 19. 
Barmore, Emma, 88. 
Barnes Jennie, 41. 
Barnum, Amelia, 41. 

Anna, 13. 

Joanna, 13. 
Barrett, Abigail, 88. 

Ella, 21. 

Ferris, 21. 

Gideon, ^J. 

George, ^7. 

Ida, 37. 

Loretta, 2>7- 
Bartow, Deborah, too. 
Baxter, Angeline, 90. ■ 
Beadle, Abraham, 12. 

Andrew, 12. 

Billicha, 12. 

Elizabeth, 12. 

John, 12. 

Judith. 12. 

Mary, 12. 
Beajmer, Dolly, 60. 
Bedell, Ella E., 40. 

Elmer E., 43, 

Mary, 45. 
Beers, Anna, 47. 
Benedict, Fanny M., 44. 



106 



inde:s 



Bennett, Irene, 41. 

Peter, 41. 
Beiii'iey, Jarr.eJ, by. 

Mary E.. 80. 
Bctts, Francis M., 43. 

James A., 43. 

James H., 43. 
Boice, Lemuel, 31. 

Mary Catherine, 31. 
Bo=?twick, Mary, 13. 
Bounds, Elvii n, 35. 
Brewer, Hannah, 84. 

Martha, 65, 84. ■ 
Briggs, Abigail, 74. 
BrinkerhQtt, Abram, 18. 

Dirck, 18. 
Browen, Beile, 30. 
Brown, Adah. M.. 46. 

Charks Herbert. 46. 

Florence H., 46 . 

Frank L., 46. 

Helen, 90. 

Jackson O.. 96. 

Julia E., q6. 

Lucinda, 46. 

Sarah, 67. 

Sarah E., 46. 

Stephen A.. 46. 
Brush, / mclia, 41. 

Amos, 41. 

Benjamin, 96. 

Clara, 96. 

De1x>rah, 33, 96. 

Edmund B., 96. 

Edward, 96. 

Fanny, 96. 

Harriet A., 41 

Joseph, 96. 

Maria, 96. 

Piatt. 96. 

Rebecca, 96. 



Samantha, 96. 

Sarah, 96. 
Buck, Charles D. (Rev.), 99. 
Butrkley, Elizabeth, 26. 

Sturgis, 26. 
BuflFett, Piatt (Rev.), 96. 
Bunce, Harvey, 35. 

Lucina, 35. 
Burwell, Anna J., 38. 
Bush, Albert, 54. 

Angeline, 54. 

Aniia E., 54. 

Eleanor. 54. 

Emma, 54. 

George, 54. 

Jacob, 54. 

Jehu S., 54. 

Loretta, 54. 
Martha, 54. 
Mary, 54. 
Sophia, 54. 
Buskirk, John, 34. 
Sarah, 34. 

Caldwell, Arabella, 46. 
Caldwin, Ann, 46. 
Cameron, John A., ^6. 

Mary Jane, 56. 
Cargin, Charity, 79. 

Gilbert, 79. 
Carpenter, Caleb, 87. 

Delia, 87. 

Robert, 87. 

TanTar, 15. 

Winifred, 99. 
Carver, Rebecca, 80. 

Timothy, 80. 
Case, John S., 34. 

Phebe, 34. 

Stephen, 10. 
Casleri Eli^a, J. 60. 



INDEX 



107 



Chamberlain, Erastus N., 45. 

Willet. 4,> 
Chappel, Elizabet'n, 72. 
Chase, Charles, 68. 

Elizabeth, 68. 
Clark, Elaine, 60. 
Frederick P., 60. 
Jessie M., 60. 
Willis, 60. 
Clement^, Eli::abeth. "/S. 

Reuben, 76. 
Clirrton, James, 65. 
Close, Maria, 96. 
Cole, Andrus, 29. 
Catherine, 29. 
Cynriiia. 88. ' ■■''" 

Levi, 88. 

Natthan (Rev.), 65. 
Collins, Mar>-, 93. 

' P. v., 93- 
Conklin, Ichamar, 72. 
Joseph, 72, 72>- 
Sarah, 86. 

Thamar, 73. '■''^' 

Connelly, Martha, 29. 
Constant, Silas (Rev.), 18, 20. 
Cook, Louisa, 76. 

Rebecca, 77. 
Cooper, Elmira, 28. 
Festus, 28. 
Kat'e, 31. 
Lewis, 28. 
Philip H., 30. 
Sarah, 30. 
Corbin, Delilah, 44. 
Connan, Ada C, 6^. 
Covert, Jemima, 100. 

Silvanus, 100. 
Craft, Patience. 80. 
Crane, Adah, 16. 
Azor B., 16. 



Betsey, 16. 
Caroline, 82. 
Charles, 16. 
Chloe, 9, 13. 
Cornelia, 16. 
Elijah, 36. 
Emeline, 16. 
Ira, 16. 

John, 15, 84, 85. 
Joseph, 15. 
Marietta, 36. 
Nathaniel, 79, 82. 
Noah Hill, 16. 
Rachel, 79. 
Rodolph, 79. 
Sarah, 100. 
Stephen, ico. 
Tams'r, 15. 
Zillah, 16. 
Crawford, ^liranda, 81. 

Susan, ^t6, 65. 
Crispell, Catlierine, 18. 

Elizur, iS. 
Craft. Dorothy, 40. 
Enimalinda, 38. 
Plume, 40. 
Randolph, 38. 
Crookston, Mercy, 85. 

Peter, 85. 
Cross, Arthur A., 45. 
Isa'bella A., 45. 
Lloyd, 45. 
Peafl, 45- 
Culp, Margaret, 54. 
Cummings, Cassie, 44. 
Cunningham, Miriam, 32. 
Cure, Anna, 12. 
Jacob, 29. 
Jennie K., 45. 
John W., 45. 
Mary, 29. 



108 



INDEX 



Matthew, 12. 
Ctirry, Ann. 84. 

Anna J., 42. 

Charles H., 27. 

James H., 43. 

Jennie B., 2y. 

Jessie May, 42. 

Leonard, 27. 

Peter B., 42. 

Susan, 43. 

Tarrrar, 27. 

Theodore A., 42. 
Curtis, Esther, 22. 

Marilla, 22. 

Seth, 22. 
Cnthbert, Mary A., 56. 

Dallas, Eugene, 94. 

Charles, 94. 

Mortimer, 94. 

Sarah, 94. 
Daniels, F'he'je, 51. 
Dare, Eliza, 60. 
Darling, Augusta, 38. 
Davis, Catherine, 18. 

Daniel F., 45. 

Nellie, 45. 

Rebecca, 45. icn', 

Rhoda, 29. ■■ • 
. Samuel, 19. 

Sarah. 19. 
Dean. Adah, 66, 67. 

Adah E., 68. 

Adrian H., 68, 69. 

Alethea, 65, 66, 85. 

Am^^i L., 66, 68, 102. 

Andrew, 87. 

Anna, 20, 65. 

Augiista C, 67. 

Catiierine, 68, 102. 

Catherine E., 60 



Qarence L., 69. 
Clarissa, 68. 
Cora T., 67. 
Cornelius, 66. 
Delilah, 66. 
Edwin L., 68. 
Eliza AniT, 67. 
Elizabeth, 68. 
Elmira, 87. 
Erastus, 66. 
Flora, 69. 
Flora W., 6g. 
Harriet, 67. 
Henry J., 69. 
Ira W., 66, 67. 
Is'abel, 69. 
James H., 68. 
Jess'ie, 69. 
John, 65, 66. 
John H., 68. 
Jonathan, 87. 
Joshua L., 68. 69. 
Julia, 87. 
Laura J., 68. 
Lawrence, 67. 
Lewis A., 66, 68. 
Lewis C, 68. 
Lewis S., 69. (:;<> 
Lillian, 6g. 
Margaret A., 68. 
Mary, 65, 80. 
Mary A., 68, 69. 
Mary F., 67. 
Mary L, 69. 
Miriam, 66. 
Nathaniel, 66. 
Pamelia, 87. 
Richard, 20, 65, 83. 
Robert, ^. 
Sarah E., 67. 
Sarah M., 67. 



i^i .:■ 



INDEX 



109 



Smith A., 65, 66. 

Stephen D., 66, 67. 

ousan, uj, o/. 

William A., 66, 67, 68, 6g. 
De viroot, Leslie, 46. 

Mabel L., 46. 
De Lancey. Jame?, 7. 
De Mo«, Clarissa, 68. 
Dennes, Jennie, 60. 
-jepew. Benjamin F.. 98. 

Bethiah, 24. 

Catherine, 9<p. 

Delia C, 08. 

Elijah, 24. 

Mar 3% 24. 

Willuim, 98. 
De Piiy. Adelaide, 60. 
Diamond, Caroline, 36. 

Jame;, 36. 
Divine, Tames, 50. 

Siirrikln. 50. 
Dobson, Louisa, 63. 
Dodge. Olivia. 43. 
Doolitt!(;, Chra. 45. 
Dorn. Mittie R.. 47. 
Downs, Elizabeth, 86. 
Drake, Hanna'i, 77. 

Samuel, 7. 70, 100. 
Drev , Byron J., 25. 

Elizabeth. 25. 

Delaphine, 25. 

Lathrop, 25. ■ 
Driggs, Augusta P., 67. 

Chauncey ^I., 67. 

Elizabeth, 67. ' . 

Grace A., 67. 

Harry G.. 67. 

Jesse P., 67. 

Jones, 67. 

Lawrence D., 67. 

Mary P., 67. 



Dubois, Lamont, 45. 

Lizzie, 45. 

Alary Jane, 31. 

Nellie, 45. 
Dudrey, Elizabeth, 19. 

Valentine, 19. 
Dunham, Addison, 44. 

Miriami N., 44. 
Dunn, Anhur, 55. 

Jane, 55. 
Dunnegan, Elizabeth Ann, 28. 

William D., 28. 
Durrell, Genevieve, 46. 

George B., 46. 
Dutcher, Antoinette, 32. 

George W., ^2. 

Xevvton, 44. 

Sarah C, 44. 
Dutton, Edmund, 94. 

Elizabeth, 04. 

John Anthony, 94. 

Naomi, 94. 
Dyckman, Jessie, 46. 

Rebecca S., 46. 

Siaates }iIorri5, 46. 

Earle, Philip, 10. 
Early, Benjamin, go. 

Nancy, 90. 
Eckert, Albert, 32. 

Catherine, 30. 

Hannah, 31. 

Maria, 32. : ■ 

Elliott, S. M., 23, 40. 
Eltang, Anna, 30. 

Catherine, 30. 

Isaac, 30. 
Elwell, Sarah J., 39. 
Elwyn, George, 74. 

Isabel, 74. 
Embury, James, 70. 



110 



INDEX 



Enochs, AlUe May, 58. 

Augusta, 58. 

Clifton K., 56. 

Edgar H., 58. 

Ethel C, 5S. 

Farmie I., 58- 

Georgia L., 58. ■ 

Minerva L., 58- 

Rowland H.. 58. 

Rubie Irene, 5S. 
F^tall, Siuan, 43. 
Eustis, James. 70, 7^- 

Tamar, 72. 
EvaiTS, John, 51. - 

Mary A., 5i- 

Far<?nton, Ciiarity, 100. 
Parrel, E^i^abeth Jane, 60. 
Ferguson, Eleazer. 32. 

Elizabeth, ^2. 

Robert, 32. 
Ferris, Absalom. 22, 23. 

Elizabeth, 2^. 

Mary, 2^. 

Mar>- E., 35. 

Phebe, 22, 2;^. 

Samuel, 35. ^ ■ 

Field, Bethiah, 54. 

Charles W., 44. 

Eleanor, 56. 

Emma, 44. 

George, 54. 

Gilbert C. 54. ' 

Jacob, 54. 

Mary, 54. 

Ralph, 54- 

Rebecca Ann, 54. 
Finoh, Abigail, 93. 

Adaline, 95. 

Adelaide, 95. 

Aleehea, 33. 96, 97- 



Alice, 95. 

Amelia J., 97. 

Amos, 95. 

Angeline R., 96, 98. 

Benjamin B.. 97. 

Charles F., 97. 

Deborah. 2>3, 95, 06. 

Deborah A., 95. 

Delia C, 96, 98. 

Edward B., 96, 97. 

Elsie Garretsen, 09. 

Emily S., 97, 99. 

'Emma, 96. 

George G., 96. 

Hannah, 95. 

James K., 99. 

James W., 97, 99. 

Jane P., 98. 

Jessica B.. 99. 

Joiiat/han, 95. 

Julia E., 96. 

Kate, 99. 

Lockwocd, 95. 

Margaret F., 97. 

^lary, 95. 

Mary E., 96, 98. 

Mary R., 95. 

Mauricene, 99. 

Nathan, 95. 

Nathan L., 97, 99. 

Reuben, 95. 

Reuben R., 3z< 95, 96, 98, 99- 

Rhoda, 95. 

Virginia, 97. ^t!i 

WinifreJ, 99. 

Winifred F.. 99. 
Finnerty, Catherine, 47. 

Michael, 47. 
Floyd, Sarah. 29. 
Fowler, Emeline, 82. 

Mary A., 27. 



INDEX 



111 



Phebe, 72. 
Fowler, Thomas, 7^- 
tax, Jerciiudu, iuo. 

Mary Ann, lOO. 
Francisco, Margaret, 51. 
Fraser, Jemima, 75. 

John David, 75. 
Freeman, Emma, 38. 
Fro-st, Amelia J., 97- . 

Delia C, 98. 

Jc/el W., 98. 

Margaret, 97, 98. 

Niles, 97, 9?- 
Fuller, John N., 87. 

Mary, 87. 

C-ge, O^a, E-- 
■^annrng, Aurelta, 7S. 

Celista, 78. 

Ohioe, 78. 

Elmer, 88. 

Joseph, 78 . 

Mira, 88. 
Garretson, Ferdinand, 99. 

Helen, 99. 

Je&sica B., 99. 
Gee, Hannah, 89. 

Uriaih Drake, 89. 
George, Thankful, 13. 

William, 13. 
GercKvv, George W., 62. 

Lizzie R., 62. 
Gcrring, Cora C, 67. 

George L.. 67. 
Gildersleeve, Delila, 51. 

James, 51. 
Gillett, R'hoda. 50. 
Glenn. Edith D., 42. 

Elias B., 42. 

Mary D., 42. 
Gorton, Amelia, 51. 

George Henry, 51. 



Phebe, :;i. 

Sarah, 51. 

William, 51. 
Gosseline, Hannah, 31. 

Jane, 31. 

Richard, 31. 
Gould, Abigail, 29. 

William C, 29. 
Graham, Daniel, 11. 
Grant, Melissa, 29. 

Peter R., 29, 
Graves, Hannah, 93. 
Gray, Olive, 33. 
Gergory, Daniel S., 26. 

Eleanor, 57. 

Elizabeth, 26. 

Horace, 26. 

John, 57, 58. 
^^yMary, 26. 

Sarah, 58. 
Griffin, Bethiah, 53. 

JMary, 53, 100. 

Richard, 53. 
Guyon, Leah, 73. 

Lewis, 73. 

Hadden, Avis, 37. 

Aror, 37. 

George L., go. 

Pearl, 90. 

Phebe J., 90. ' 
HafiF, Harriet, 67. 

Isaac, 67. 

Sarah, 67. 
Hagerman, Adah, 87. , 

Ella, 87. 

Elizabeth, 87. 

Henry T., 87. 
Haines, Augusta, 57. 
Hall, Caroline, 27. 

Elizabeth, 27. 

Emeline, 27. 



112 



INDEX 



Eugene, 27. 

John L., 27. 

Lewis, 2/. 

Mnry A., 27. 
Halliduy, David M. (Rev.), 97, 98, 99. 
Hannegham, Claressa, 30. 
Hardenburg, Jane, 50. 
Harrington, Blanche B., 55. 

Ida, 55. 

John, 55. 

Julia Ann, 55. 

Rowland, 55. 

Wesley, 55. 

Wil'liam E,. 55. 
Hart, George W., 90. 

Hattie, 90. 

Nancy, 79. , .: ;. 

William, 79. 
Hasbrouck, Ann Acelia, 52. 

Hiram B., 52. 

Sherman, 52. 
Haun, Gcorgie, 58. ;'...> 

Isaac, 58. 
Hayden, Mary, 4-). ,. -,, t* 

William, 70. 
Hazen. Eleazur, 85. 

HanTiah,. 85. 
Hedden, At raham S., 100. 

Ann, 100. 

Deborah, 100. 

Gilbert, 100. 

Sarah, 100. 
Henderson, Charles W., 89. 

Martha J., 89. 
Henning, Ella, 57. 

William, 57. 
Heroy, Charles, 13. 

Jacob, 13. 

Peter, 13. 

Phebe, 9, 13. 



William, 13. 
Hewlett, Jane Ann, 86. 
Hibbard, Frances A., z^. 

H'ggins, Caroline, 90. 
Hill, Abel, 31. 

Abigail, 29, 50, 55, 56. 

Abraham, 9, 17, 20, 27, 30, 43, 53, 54^ 
55, 59, loi. 

Abraham L., 26. 

A. Lincoln, 39. 

Abram, 28. 

Abram A., 45. 

Ada C, 63. 

Adaih, 21, 33. 

Adam C, 30. 

Addison, 17. 

Ad'cldi'de, 60. 

Adelaide R., 47. 

Adeline, 36. 

Albert, 31, 50I ?» 

Albert L., 42. 

Alberta Maud, 61. 

Alethea, 2,3- 

Alfred, 25, 39, 59. 

Alice, 31, 42, 44, 51. 

Alina, 64. 

Allen Blair, 27, 42. . 

Alma, 52. • ■■ 

Almira, 51. vi 

Alonzo, 21, 29, 36, Z2. 

Alza, 15, 23, 79. 

Alza A., 23, 39. 

Am^brose, 41, 47. 

Ambrosie Alfred, 58, 61. 

Amelia, 51. 

Amy Eleanor, 63. 

Amzi, 20, 34. 

Andrew, 8, g, 10, 11, 12, 14, 18, ig, 
20, 22, 31, 55, 60, 79. 

Andrew Gregory, 57, 61. 

Andrew J., 30, 44. 



INDEX 



113 



Andrew S., 29. 

Andrew U., 27. 

Arma, 12, 20, 30, 3.^, 40, 45, 4;, 59, 

Ann Aceiia, 52. 

Ann Elizabeth, 51, 54. 

Annie Marguerite, 57, 61. 

Anthony, 7, 8, 10, 14, 17, 19, 21, 2S, 

49, 78, 80, 82, 93. 
Antoinette, ^2. 
Arabella, 46. 
Arlon, 58. 
Arnold G., 6^. - 
Arthur W., 41. 
Arva, 14, 22, 79. 
Arza, 23, 38. 
AChlmiia J., 23. 
Argusta, 3S, 50, ^7, 58. 
Ava, 29. 

Avis, 37. , •,,;. 

Barbara, 56. 
Be^Ia, z'^- 

Benjamin M, 25. 39. - 
Bertha, 42. 
Bethiah, 9, 15, 22, 24, 53. 54, 55, 79, 

100. 
Betse}'. 52. 
Bllicha, IT. 
B-ad!ey, 59. 
Britomarte, 52. 
Byron, 38, 60. 
Calantha, 52. 
Calvin, so. 
Carl F., 51. 
Caroline, 21, 26, 36, g2. 
Crrrie, 31, 35, ^,7. 
Carrie S., 38. 
Cassie, 44. 

Catherine, ir, 19, 22, 29, 30, 47, 56. 
Catherine A., 52. 
Cecil, 62. 



Celia, 50. 

Celia Celeste, 26. 

Charity, S, 10, 18, 49, 92. 

Charles, 31, 39, 40, 58. 

Charles N., 36. 

Charles S., 27, 42. 

Charles W., 31. 

Charlotte, 26, 39, 41. 

Chloe, 9, 14, 15, 21, 38, 80. 

Clara, 44, 45, 56. 

Clara Idella, 4.4. 

C'arence, 34. 

Clarissa, 30. 

Clorinda, 42. 

Cora, 27. 

Cora O., 38. 

Cornelia, 3r, 50. 

Cornelius, 8, 9, 15, 26, 41, 53, 54. 56, 

83. 
Cyrus C, 25, 40. 
Daniel, 25. 
Deborah, 17, 89, loi. 
Delilah, 42, 51. 
Delos W., 48. 
Dolly, 60. 

Dorothy, 21, 40, 41, 46, 78, 82. 
Dudley L., 46. 
Edith M., 47. 
Edmund, 50. 
Edmund A., 30, 44. 
Edna J., 44- 
Edward B., 2S, 43. 
Edward Clarence, 44. 
Ed-ward F., 34, 46, 97. , 
Edwar<l K., 46. 
Edward M., 44. 
Egbert, 29. 
Elbert B., 43, 47. 
Eleanor, 55, 56. 57. 
Elev-a. 59. 

Eliza, 24, 22, 40, 59, 60. 
Eh"za J., 23, 2^, 44, 56, 60. 



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INDEX 



Eliza M., 39. 
Eliza W., 62. 
Elizabeth, 10, 15, 19. 25. 26. 28, 29, 

3T, 32, 41, 49, 50, 58, 93- 
Elizabeth A., 28, 39. 
Elizabeth G., 26. 
Elizabeth Jane, 60. 
Elizpbelh M., 48. 
Elizabeth T., 56. 
Ella, 21, 57, 58, 60. 
Ella E., 40. 
Ella F., 40, 42. 
Elmira, 28. 
Els'wx>rth, 51. 
Elthear, 29. 
Elvira, 35, 50, 51. 
Emelinda, 20, 32. 
Emeiiiie, 27, 30, 39. . 

Emerson, 59. 
Emily, 36, 80. 
Emma. 32, 38, 39, 44, 59. 
Emma Ann, 57. 

Emma Augusta, 40. . . 

Emma Jar.e, 59. ■ ' " 

Emimalinda, 38. 
Emory F., 44. 
Ephraim, 28. 
Erastus D., 55, 60. 
Ernest, 60, 63. 
Ernest B., 47. 
Esther, 14, 22, 39, So. 
Ethel May, 63. 
Ethel Pearl, 63. 
Etta, 60. 
Eugene, 47. 
Eugene B.. 40, 47. 
Eva C, 32. 
E\-a R, 35. 
Eva S., 32. 
Ezra, 37. 59. 
Fanny, 36. 
Fanny M., 44. 



Fen ton, 30. 
Ferris, 23, 38. 
Fillmore, 52. 
Fletcher, 30, 45. 
Flora, 31. 
Flora D., 60. 
Florenice, 41, 44. 
Florence Sarah, 60. 
Frances A., 38. 
Frances M., 43. 
Frank, 32, 40, 58, 62. 
Frank D., 28. 
Frank J., 32. 
Frank M., 44. 
Franklin E., 47. 
Frederick, 41^ 45. 
Frederick A., 47. 
Frederick B., 28. 
Frederick M., 42. 
Frederick William, 61, 63. 
Fredericka B., 34. 
Garrison, 50. 
Genevieve, 46. 
George, 36, 37, 59. 
George Alvin. 57. 
George B., 2S. 
George C.. 41. 
George Edward, 64. 
George E-astus, 63, 64. 
George M. liner, 40. 
George W., 22, 30, 38, 43. 44. 
Georgie, 58. 
Gertrude, 32, 37. 
Gideon, 31, 46. 
'Gilbert, 14, 22, 23, 79. 
Gladys, 52. 
Gorton, 51. 
Grace, 41. 
Granger, 52. 
Greeley, 52. 
Guy, 51. 
Hamilton, 51. 



INDEX 



115 



Hannahj 27, 28, 3:. 

Hannah J., 27, 42, 60. 

Harrie:, 36. 

Harriet A., 41. 

Harri-on, 21, 37, 82. 

Harry D., 45. 

Harvey, 59. 

Hattie, 35, 42. 

Hazel B., 63. 

Hazel D, 46. 

Kenriette, 64. 

Henrj-, 21, 28, 33- 37, -17, S2, 97. 

Henry B.. 34, 47. 

Herbert, 41, 57. 

Hiram, 51. 

Howard, 38. 

Hc-.vard G., 5'. 

Hugh Beverly, 63. 

Ida, 37. 

Imogene, 40. 

Ina, 52, 63. 

Inez Cora, 26. 

Ira B., 35. ■ . ., 

Ira D., 21, 34. 

Irene, 41. 

Isaac, 31. 45, 59. 

Isaac D., 29. 

Isaac L., 17, 26, 37. 

Isaac N., 89. • 

Is'abel, 61. 

Isabel Ethel, 61. 

Isabel Louise, 64. 

Jackson, 24, 39. 

Jacob, 15, 16, 22, 54, 58, 79. 

Jacq Taftord, 57, 6r. 

James 10. 15, 19, 23. 25, 28, 31, 49, 

51, /S. S3. 
James Edward, 59. 
James C, 43. 
James H., 25, 26, 41, 57. 
Jane. 8, 9, 16, 30, 31, 50, 51, 53, 55, 

60, 101. 



Jane Ophelia, 34, 47. 

Jefferson, 59. 

Jcnii^-'.-i, 31. 

Jennie, 3:, 41, 50, 52, 57, 60. 

Jennie K, 45. 

Jessie, 37, 46, 57, 58- 

Jessie Bell, 63. 

Jessie M., 60. 

Jessie R., 62. 

Johannes, 50. 

John, 20, 28, 31, 49, 54, 56, S3. 

Jahii A., 24, 39. 

Jchn F., 30. 

John Henry, 59. 

John Russell, 60, 63. 

John Wesley, 29. 

Jo-hn Woodruff, 57. 

Jonathan, 54. 

Joseph, 55, 59. 

Joseph N., 23. 

Josep'.i S., 32- 

Josephine, 32, 41. 

Josephus, 36. 

Judah, 19. 

Judith. 12. 

Julia, 31, 33, 37, 97- 

Julia A., 28, 55- 

Tulii Maria, 60. ' .■ 

Ka e, 31, 38. 

Kale C, 45- 

Katherine, 28. 

Kelsey, 21, 26, 36, 37, 82. 

Laura, 37, 50. 

Lavadue E., 62. 

Lavinia, 50. 

Leo-n W.. 51. 

Leonard, 22, 37, 38. 

Leroy D., 48. 

Lewis, 23, 25, 28, 40, 83. 

Lewis D., 47. 

Lidia. 50. 

Lillian, 41. 



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INDEX 



Lizzie, 45. 
Lizzie R., 62. 
jL.ois, 31. 
Lola, 63 ■ 

Lorenzo D., 21, 36, 80, S2. 

Loretta, 37. 

Lorinda, 37. 

Louisn, 27, 63. 

Louisa ?.I., 29. 

Luicia Alice, 40. 

Lucinda, 31, 46. 

Lucretia, 42. 

Lucy, 39. 

Lucy Ann, 50. 

Luella Jane, 61. 

Lulu M., 48. 

Luman A., 4^, 47. 

Luther, 28. 

Lyd'ia A., 44. 

Mabel L., 46. ' 

Magdalena, 49. 

Mahala, 14, 38, 80. 

Marcus J., 43, 48. 

Margaret, 51, 54- 55. 56. 57- 

Margaret B., 56. 

Maria, 32, 50, 51, 55, 60. 

Maria H., 56. 

Maria R., 32. 

Marietta, 36. 

Marif-a A., 47. 

M'ardha, 20, 25. 29, 33, 50, 52, 58. 

Martha Ann, 58. 

Mart-n, 54. 

Mary 7, 8. 9, 10. 12, 15, 19, 23, 

24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 43. 4.\, 45, 49, 

53. 54. 55. 60, 79. 92, 93. 
Mary A., 27, 51, 57. 
Mary Catherine, 28, 31, 57. 
Mary D., 26, 41. 
Mary E., 2;. 35. 40, 45. 
Mary Frances, 39. 
Mary H., 40, 47. 



Mary Jane, 17, 3h S6, 63, 87. 

Mary L., 23, 30. 

Matild.'i, 43. 

McClellan, 52. 

Melissa, 41. 

Melissa O., 29. 

•MiLth, 35- 

Mildred, 44. 

Min'erva, s~- 

Minnie, 37, 41. 

'Miriam, 8, 12, 20, 30, 32, 45. 

Miriam N., 44. 

Mitty R., 47- 

Murray, 58. 

Myrtle, 50, 63. 

Mys-tic, 37. 

Nancy, 23, 24, 51, 75, 79. 

Nancy Ann, 58. 

Nathaniel. 50, 54, 56. 

Nellie Victoria, 57. 

Nelson; 39. 

Noah, 9, 13, 14, 15, 20, 24, 75, 80. 

Noah D., 33. 

Olivia, 43. 

Olivia D.. 44. 

Ophelia, 41. 

Ora. 52. 

Orrin L., 44. 

Oscar, 51. 

Palmyra K., 55. 

Parmer, 59. 

Paulina, 43. 

Percival, 63. 

Peter A., 25. 

Peter C, 19. 

Phebe, 9, 13, 15, 21, 22, 24, 34, 36, 

51. 
Phebe Bethiah, 56. 
Phebe Jane, 23. 
Phebe Maria, 57. 
Philo, so. 
Polly, 19. 



INDEX 



:i7 



Pris'cil!a, 24, 29. 
Rachael, 15, 79. 

Raymond A., 62. 

Raymond R., 47. 

Rebecca, 43. 

Reginald B., 62. 

Rena, 63. 

Reuben F., 97. 

Reuben R., 34. 

Rhoda, 2Q, 4J. 50. 

Richard, 53, 55. 

Richard Taylor. 56, 60. 

Richard W., 29, 43. 

Rio'iardina, 44. 

Riley, so. 

pp„ u.,r? p --r^ -p. 5n^ ^2. 63. 

Rov/l?jnd T., 62. 

Russell, 32. 

Ruth. 2S. 

Sally, 12. 

Salome, 29 

Samfliitha. 58. . ■ 

Samuel, 20, 29. 

Sandy, 29. 

Saniord, 30. 

Sarah, 14, i5- iQ- 21, 23, 25, 29. 30, 

31, 32, 34. 51, 5S, 60, 78, 79, So, 

Ti, 83 
Sarah Adelia, 34. - ; :; 
Sarah B., 41. 
Sarah C, 23, 39, 44- 
Sarah E., 28, 63. 
Sarah F.. 26. 
Sarah J., 39- 
Sarah V., 33, 97- 
Seward, 52. 
Sheridan, 51. 
Silvia E., 52. 
Smith, 54- 
Solomon, 9. 14. I7, I9. -7, 28, 53- 

54, 55. 57- 



Solomon Trenton, 55, 60. 

Step'hen, 21, 35. 

Surrilda. 50. 

'Susan, 21, 25, 36, 43. 

Susan F., 35. 

Sylvan, 31. 

Tamar, 17. 

Tamar A., 27. 

Theodore, 23, 27, 43. 

Theodore C, 43. 

Thomas, 17, 20, 32. 

Thomas L., 23, 26, 38. 

Thomas Russell, 63. 

Thomas S., 42. 

Tillman, 55, 59. 

Uriaih, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 18, 19, 20, 

27, 33, 40, 50. 65, 80, 97. 
Veltena, 44. 
Vera D., 35. 

Viola, 36. . 
Virginia, 40. 

Virginia Jane, 40. 

Wallace, 51. 

Walter, 50. 

Webster, 52. • 

W. Ernest, 41. 

Wilbur, 50. 

Wilbur F., 31. 

William, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 20, 
23, 26, 2S, 30, 42. 50, 51, 53, 54. 
56, 59, 75, 79, 92. 100, loi. 

William D., 29, 43. 

William F., 37. 

William L., 55- 

William R., 28. 58. 63. 

Zachariah, 49, 50. 
Hitchcock, Anna M., 80. 

Daniel, 36, So. 

David, 75, 79, So. 

Da\-id W., 80. 

Emily, 36, 80. 

Hiram, 80. 



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INDEX 



Israel 79. 

Mary A., 80. 

NAn<:v, 70. 

Pamelia, 79. 

Patience, 80. 

Rachel, 75, 79. 

Sarah, 79, 89. 

Stephen, jg. 

Stephen R., 80. 

Susan, 80. 
Hixon, Annie E., 56. 

Arthur C, 56. 

Mary A., 56. 

Mar>' Jane, 56. 

Omri, 56. 
Hoag, Hannah, loi. 

Winthrop, loi. 
Hobby, David, 96. 

Samantha, 96. 
Hoflfman, Paulina, 43. 
Hogan, Elizabeth, 32. 

Hoitte, John, 70. 

Mases, 70. 
Hollister, Sarah, 31. 
Hon'cywel!. Ada, 72. 

Israel, 72, 73. 

Jemima, 72. 

Mary, 73. 
Hopkin-s, Edward, 13. 

Mary, 13. 
Homibeck, Daniel, 80. 

Mary A., 80. 
Hornbostel, Grace A., 67. 

Hugh, 67. 
H'orton, Alma, 52. 

Catherine, 11. 

James W., 27. 

Mary D., 27. 

Tamar, 27. 
Hotchkiss, Oaroline, 26. 

Leon, 26. 
Howard, Frederick R., 6r. 



Herbert R., 61. 
Howe, Anna, S4. 

Lebhens. "4. 
Hoyt, Rebecca, 96. 
Hugihson, George, 8. 
Hull, Amanda, 22, 23. 

Bradley, 22. 

Elizabeth, 23. 

Hezekiah, 33. 

John D., 33. 

Martha, 33. 

Mary A., 33. 

Meeker, 33. 

Melissa, 33. 

Olive, 33. 

Walter B., 33. 
Kults, Mary E., 40. 
Hunt, Abigail, 71. 

Caleb, 72. 

Lucy, 90. 

Sarah, 72. 

Susan, 80. 
Huntingtoii, Hubert, 77. • 

Rebecca, 77. 
Huson, Isaac, 92. 
Hutchinson, Emily S., 99. 

Jennie F., 99. 

John D., 99. 
Hyatt, Adah. 16. 

Camilla, 98. 

John, 65. 

Nathaniel, 16. . 

Jackson, Catherine E., 69. 

John, 70. 

Jchn J. H., 6g. 
Jenkins, Alberta, 41. 

Jennie, 41. 
Jennings, Henry, 82. 

Martha, 82. 
Jessup, Catherine, 99. 

Lewis, 99. 



INDEX 



u;> 



Mauriccne, 99. 
J^Tiri';?'". 'Fm.-na. 06. 

Henrietta, 64. 

Henry T., 64. 

Jabez, 6j. 

Lavadae E., 62. 
Johnston, Adelaide R., 4" 

Annie, 45. 

Willi? m (Rev.), 45. 
Jones, Jane, 72. 

John, 72 

Margaret, 97, 98 

Maria, 98 

Susan, 36 
Joyce, Anna, 13 

Stephen, 13 

Keatcr, Elthear, 29. 
Kennedy, Catherine, 56. 

Mystic, 27- 

Sylvia, 37. 
Ketchnin, Mar>' C, 8{. 
Kinderman, Harry, 39. 

Mary L., 39. 

W. D., 39- 
K.ingsley, Ciester M., 6g. 

Lillian, 69. 
Kinney, David S., 77. 

Louisa, 77. 
Kipp, Isaac L., 99. 

Winifred, 99. 
Kridler. E. H., 2,7- 

Laura, yj. 
Krom, Hannah, 31. 
Knapp, Abisnil, 95. 

Daniel, 100. 

Mary, 100. 
ivniffin, Hiram, 86. 

Jane, 90. 

Nancy, 86. 
Knight, Mary, 89. 



William, 89. 
Knox, John C , 89. 
Alartha ]., 89. 

Ladue, Abraham D., 12. 

Anna, 12. 

Bilbeck, 12. 

Daniel, 12. 

Hcnnah, 12. 

Judith, 12. 

Rebecca, 12. 
Lake, Eliza, 32. 

Gertrude, 32. 

Rundell J., 32. 
Lamoreaux, Andrew, 13. 

Anna, 13. 

Charily, 13- 

Charlotte, 13. 

Daniel, T3. 

EU.^lia, 8, 12. 

James, 13. 

Jesse, 13. 

John, iS. 

Joseph, 13. 

]Mar\', 13, 

Miriam, 8, 12, 13. 

Peter, 18. 
Landon, Louisa, 27. 
Lane, Abr im, 12. 

Andrew. 12. 

Betsey, 12. 

Elizabeth, 85. 

Joseph, 100. 

Joshua, 12. 

Judah, 12. 

Polly, 12. 

Richard, 12. 

Sally, 12. 

William, 12. 
Lent, David A., 78. 

Oretta, 78. 

Rachel, lor. 



120 



INDEX 



Lewis, Andrew, 49. 
Baret, 49. 

i£i!zaaeLii, XO. 

Masdelcna, 50. 

Mary, 49. 

Thomas, 49. 
Light, John B., 8r. .. 

Orpha, 81. ■' •.: 

Lindsey, Miner^^a, $2. 

Thomas, 52. '' ' 

Littleback, r>lanue'l, 18. 
Locke, Susan M., 89. 
Lockwood, Caroliu-e, z^. 

Catherine E., 69. 

Deborah, 95. 

Dorothy, 36. 

Eliza. 24. 
Smith, 36. 
Sophia, 36. 
Wallace, 36. 
Lonn'sbury, Adah, 16. 
Alfred, 16, loi. 
Ar7>a, 16. 
Bethiah, 16, 22. 
Catherine, 68, 102.' 
Charity, loi. 
Chloe, 17. 

Dan el, 27* '' 

Deborah, 17, loi. 
Elizabeth, 76. 
Enralinda, 17. 
Frank, 102. 
Hannah, iot^ 102. 
Isaac, 16, 17, loi, 102. 
Jariies, 17, loi. 
Jane, 9, 16. 
Jennie, 57. 
John, 65, loi. 
John D., 102. 
Joshua, 63, 6^, 86, loi, 102. 
Joshua W., 102. 



Lydia, 86, loi. 

Mary, 10 1. 

Mary A., 65, 102. 

Mary Jane, 17, 102. 

Michael, loi. 

.Nora, T,6. 

Orsey, loi. y 

Rachel, loi. 

Robert, 76, lor. 

Robert W., loi. 

Samuel, lor. 

Sarah, loi. 

Susan, 16. 

Tamar, loi. 
..•Thomas, 9, 16, 22, loi. 
toveridge, Eva R, 35. 

James, 35. 
Lowe, Mary Jane, 63. 
Ludington, Henry, (Col.), IJ. 14, 74, 78, 

84, 85. 
Luscomb, Priscilla, 29. 
Lusk, Henrietta, 82. •. 

Vv'illiam, Sj. 
Lyon, Maria, 93. . 

.Macho vy, Clara, 56. 
MacKelle'-, Annie, 68. . 

Robert, 68. ' . . . " 

MacRea, A. K., (Rev.), 45. 

Lizzie, 45. 
Marginson, Mary, 93. 
Marshall. Alclie, 76. , " 

Caleb, 76. 

William, (Rev.), ^.t,, 97. 
Maslin, Charlotte, 26, 41. 

Ja.mes, 26, 41. 
Maston, Julia IMaria, 60. 
Matthews, Frances E.. 25. 
Mabie, Elizabeth, ^2- 
Mayo, Ruby, 94. 
McEIroy, Joseph, (Rev.), 08. 
McKay, Carrie S., 3S. 



INDEX 



121 



J. H.. 3S. 

Lorin.!,.. J. :^ 
Mcl^ane, Jessie, 69. 
McMullin, Daniel. 50. 

Lucy Ann, 50. 
Mead, Hez'ckiah, 74. 78. 

Sarah, 96. 
Merrill, Ella F., 4^. 

Manning, 42. 

Mary Jane, 42. 
Merritt, Alice, 39. 

Anna E., 39. 

Edward, 98- 

George A., 39- 

James B., 98. 

J - ■ 1 _ ^ 

John L., 39- 
Maria, 98. 
M.ary E., 98. 
Richard, 98- 
Sarah C, 39- 
Merwin, Elizabeth, 26. 

Harrison, 26. 
Mettler, Ella, 58. 
Gladjs C, 58. 
Hugh A.. 58. 
Roy C, 58. 
Simeon A., 58. 
Miller, Lenjamin, 24. 
Bitlah, 37. 
Eliza M., 39- 
Isaac, 37. 
Julia, 37- 
Phebe, 34. 
Priscilla, 24. - " 

Misner, Abigail, 30. 

Maria. 51. 
Montague, Mary I., 69. 
IMcntanya, Gertrude L., 32. 
Morehouse, Isaac, 77. 

Sarah, 77. 
Morris, Mary. 8. 



Roger, 8. 
Mudge, Eleanor, 53. 
Munger, Marilla, 22. 
]\Iurdock, Jonathan, (Rev.), 95. 9^- 
Myrick, Abraham, 100. 

Caroline, 100. 

Catherine S., lOl. 

Eliza, 100. 

Frederick, 100. 

Helen, 100. 

Lucy, 100. 

Margaret. 100. 

Samuel, 100, loi. 

Sarah, 100. 

Nelson, Camilla, 98. 
James M., 98. • 
Jane P., 98. 

Justus, 22. 

M'ary, 83. . ; ,.;.,. 
Phebe, 22. , 

Vernal, 55. 
Newbury. Mary E., 40. 
North, Abel, 19. 
Abram, 20. 
Adam, 20. 
Albert, I9- 
Catherine, 19, 30. 
Era&tus, 20. 
Gordon C, I9- 
John, 20, 30. 
John S., 19- 

Judy, 19- 

Mary, I9- 

Miriam, 20. ., 

Nathan, I9- 

Polly, 19- 

Uriah, I9- 

Oakley, Elizabeth, 87. 
Cdell, Charity, 84. 
Emma, 86. 



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LXDEX 



Oabom, Abig-ail, 70, 71. 
David, 70, 71. 
-Martha, 52. 
Richard, 71. 
Sarah, 71. 

Paddock, Alonzo, 31. 

Cornelia, 31. 
Page, Alfred, 57. 

Alfred E., 57. 

Ellis E., 57. 

Emma Ann, 57. 

Frank E., 57. 

Nellie A., 57. 
Palmer, Edmund, 17. 
Palm-ertcm, George, 35. 



Pangburn, Charity, 13. 

John, 13. 
Pangman, Edgar F., 45. 

Florence C, 45. 

Isabella A., 45. 

Miriam, 45. 
Parkinson, Elizabeth. 67. 
Parrisen, Aua-iista C, 67. 

George, 67. 

Georgia, 67. 

Isabella, 07. 
Patterson, Rliza Jane. 56. 

Harvey, 57. 

John Henry, 57. 

Mary Catherine, 57. 

William, 56. 
Paulding, John, 47. 

Mary H., 47. 

Pierre Van C, 47. 
Pell, Ada, 72. 

John, 7C, 72. 

■^fary, 72. 

Rachaei, 70, 72. 

Ta.niar, 72. 

Thomas, 70, 72. 



Pennell, Alethea H., 98. 

George C, 98. 
Perry, Mary, 87. 

MuTison, 87. 
Peters, Lewis R., 39. 

Mary L., 39- 
Phillips, Mary A., 57. 
Fierce, Abizur, 25. 
Arva H., 25. 
Cornelius, 25. 
Daniel, 78. 

Elizabeth, 25. 
Frances E., 25. 

Jane, 25. 

Mary, 25. 

Mary E., 82. 

Orpha, 78. 

Susan, 25. 

William B., 82. 
Pinckney, Abigail, 70, 71, 74. 

Alche, 76. 

Alida, 73- 

Alva, 23, 41, 81. 

Ann, 70, 76. 

Anna, 75. 

Antha Ann, 81. 

Arabella, 81. 

Arvilla, 23. 

Azor B., Sr. 

Briggs, 74- 

Caroline, 82. 

Charity, 79. 

Charles, 73, 76. 

Charlotte, 80. 

Chloe, 78, 80. 

Da\-id, 73, 75- 

Deborah, 70. 

Dorothy, 13, 14. 21, 72, 73, 74, 78. 82 

Elijah, 74, 76, 77- 

Eliza, 80. 

Elizabeth, 70, 72, 75, 76, 88. 

Emeline, 83. 



INDEX 



123 



Ezra, 8i. 
Ferris, 71. 

F!orp»if"<^. .IT 

Frederick, 8.?. 

Freelove, 75. 

George E., 81. 

Georgia na, 82. 

Gilbert, 73, 74, 70, 77, 79- 

Hannah, 70, 71, y2, 73, 77, 80. 

Henrietta, S2. 

Henry. 75, 78, 82. 

Hetty, 78, S6. 

Ira, 78, 79, 81. ; 

Isabell, 73, 74. 

Ijibella, 71. 

Israel, 13, 14, 72, 73, 74, 77, So. 

Ivy, 23. 

James. 7S, 76, 82. 

Jane, 70, 71, 72, 73, 78. 

Jemima, 72, 75. 

Jessie, 37. 

John, 70, 71, 73, 76. 77. 

Jonathan, 71, 73, 75, 76. 

Josiah, 74. 

Judson, 8r. 

Lafaye-tte. 88. 

Leah, 72. 

Legrand, 82. 

Lewis, 22, 23, 25. 74, 7S, 8x, 82, 86. 

Louisa, 76. 77. 

Luna, 81. 

Maihala, 79. 

Maria, 81. . 

Martha, 82. 

Mary, 71, 73, 76, 77, 80, 8r. 

Mary E., 82. 

Michael. 23, 81. 

Miranda, 81. 

Miriam, 73. 

Nancy. 14. 23, 73. 79, 81. 

Nathaniel, 82. 



Orpha, 21, 23, 25, 78, 81. 

Oscar F., 82. 

Perry, 23,. 8r. 

Phebe, 72, 76, 78. 

Philip, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75- 

Pierce, 78, 82. 

Rachel, 70, 72, 74, 75, 77, 79, 80. 

Rebecca, 74, 76, 77, 80. 

Richard, 75. 

Samuel, 71. 

Sarah, 13, 23, 25, 71, 72, 73. 73, 77. 

78, 80, 81, 83. 
Sebe, 76. 
Sibel, 76. 
Silpbia, 77. 

Stephen, 23, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82. 
Su?an. 81. 
Susanna, 71. 
Thaddeus, 37, Sr. 
Thomas, 70, 71, 72, 73^ 74, 75, 80. 
Timiofhy, 80. 

William, 23, 70, 71, 7-2, 73' 75- 77. 
78, 80, 81. 
Pollard, Adolphns, 55. 
Eleanor J., 53. 
Erastus D., 55. 
James M., 55. 

Joshua, 55. . :\: ... ' : 

Joshua B., 55. 
Maria, 55- 
Richard F., 55. 
Stephen B., 55. 
Theodore, 35. 
Zylphe A., 55. 
Polley. Edward, 36. 
Hiram, 36. 
Phebe, 36. 
Polliiigton, Henry, 55. 
]dhn, 55- 
Margaret, 55. 
Posit, Catherine M., QO- 
Da\nd, 77- 



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INDEX 



Elizabeth, 78. 

Euphemia, 78. 

Frp:5frr:c':, r*? 

Gertrude, 37. 

Getty, 78. 

Israel, 77: 

Jacob, 73, 74.- 77- 

James, 78. 

John, 90. 

Lewis, 77. 

Mary, 78. 

(Merwin, 37. 

Phebe, 78- 

'Sarah, 75- 
Price, Pamelia, 87. 
Proper, Lydia A., 44. 
Purcell, Arabella, 81. 

Pktt, 81. 
Purdy, Anna M., 80. 
Putnam, Israel, 18. 

Quereau, Catherine, 93. 
Charity, 93. 
Clement, 93. 
Elias, 93. 
Elizabeth, 93. 
Isaac R., 93. 
Jane, 93. 
Maria, 93. 
Phebe, (3. 

Ratman, Mary, 72. 

Samuel, 72. 
Raymond, Thankful, 13. 
Reed, Alice, 94. 

Barney, 94. 

Ebenezcr, 43. 

Elizabeth, 94. 

Frances Josephine, 93. 

Joseph, 93. 

Maria, 93. 

Mary, 93. 



Mary Elizabeth, 93. 

Matilda, 43, 
Rcqua, Gabriel, 18. 
Reynolds, Abigail, 95. 

Anna, 75. 

Deborah A., 95. 

Enoch, 95. 

James, 95. 

Joseph, 75. 

Samantha, 96. 
Rich, Dorothy, 22, 73, 74. 

Elijah, 76. 

Phebe, 76. 
Rhoades, Amzi, 93. 

Ann, 94. 

Anthony, 93. 

Chiarity. 8, 92, 93. 

Charles, 94. 

Charles A., 93. 

Clarence 93. 

Claudius, 93. 

Eliza, 93. 

Elizabeth, 93, 94. 

Elmira, 94. 

Emi'ly, 94. 

Ezekiel, 93. 

Gedney, 94. 

Hannah, 93. 

Harriet, 93. 

Herbert. 93. 

Is'aac, 8, 9, 92, 93. 

James, 10, 92, 93, 94. 

Jane, 94. 

John, 92, 93, 94- 

John Cornelius, 93. 

John Howard, 93. 

Mabel, 94. 

Maria, 93. 

Mary 9, 93, 94. 

Nancy, 93, 94. 

Naomi, 94. 

Rhoda, 93. 



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125 



Richard, 92. 
Ruby, 94. 

Sarah, 94. 

Susan, 93- 

Thirza, 93. 
Roberts, David, 76. 

Mar>-, 76. 
RobinsO'H, Antia, 38. 

Bethiah, 53. 

Eliza, 53. 

Ferdinand, 38. 

George 34- 

Henry, 53. 

Hiram, S3- 

Jane, 53- 

Mary, 53- 

Nathaniel, S3- 

Robert, 53- 

Sarah, 90. 

S'arah Adelia, 34- 

Willia-m, 53. 
Rosenrans, David, 40. 

Mary E., 40. 
Roszcll, Harvey, 55- 

John, 53- 
. Mar>-, 55. 

William, S5- ■ 

Willson, 55. 

y 

Rundle, Fanny, 96. 

William, 96. 
Russell, Rebecca. 77. 

Thomas, 77. 

Sackett, Cbra, 96. 
Sackridei, Eliza. 87. 

James, 87. 
Satterly, Martha. 35. 
Saulpaugi:. Mnry, 43. 
Schuster, L., 51. 

Phebe, 51. 



Schutt, Abraham, 1 1. 
Andrew, 11. 
Billicha, II. 
Catherine, IX. 
James, 11. 
Johannes, 18. 
Stephen, 11. 
Uriah, il. 
Wil'Iiam, 11. 
Scott, Ann Elizabeth, 51. 

George, 51. 
Seacord, Elizabeth C, 56. 
Gertrude B., 56. 
Henry C, 56. 
Lauchlin Mc. C. 56. 
Samuel W., 56. 
Thomas R., 56. 
Secor, Catherine, 22. 
Elizabeth, 93. 
Gedney, 22, 93. 
Seeley, Elizabeth, 26. 
Shafifer, Julia, 31. 
Shaw, James H., 30. 
Olivia D., 44. 
William, 44. 
Sherlock, Foster, 77. 

Silphia, 77. 
Shore, Jane, 30. 
Short, Catherine, 30. 

Katherine, 28. 
Shute, Richard, 70. 
Sillick, Amelia, 90. 
Sinclair, Elizabeth, 65. 

Robert A., 65. 
Skidmore, Isabel G., 90. 
Slack, Mary, 84. 
Sloan, Eliza J., 44- • 
Thomas W., 44. '•" 
Mar}', 44. 
Sloat, Hannah, 27. 

Michael, 27. 
Smith, Abel, 24. 



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INDEX 



Abraham, 9, 100. 

Adeline, 36. 

Alice, 95. 

Allen Blair, 100. 

Andrew J., 24. 

Ann, 100. 

Arba, 96. 

Bethiah, 9. 

Charity, 100. 

Cornelius, 24, 81. 

Elizabeth, 24, 100. 

Hannah, 96. 

Hattie, 42. 

Jemima, loo. 

Jeremiah Fox. 100. 

John, 22,, 24- 

Louisa, 85. 

Margaret, 100. 

Mary, 53, 100. 

Mary Ann, too. 

^lary E., 42. 

Nancy, 23, 81. 

Phehe, 24. 

Prudence, 100. 

Saraih, 96, roo. 

Saxton, 100. 

Susan, 88. 

William C, 36. ■' 

William H., 42. 
Soper, Emma, 91. 
Speedling, Eliza J., 38. 

George H., 38. 

IVIary A., 38. 

Oliver H., 38. 
Squires, Clorinda, 42. 

Daniel, 42. 
Staff, Alida, y^- 
Staples, Samuel, 90. 

Sara'h A., 90. 
Stephens, Jennie, 60. 
Stevens, Jane M., 87. 
Stinison, Rebecca, 46. 



St. John, iviary Catherine, 28. 

William, 28. 
Stockwell, Galista, ^^. 
Stoke-<?, Joseph, 86. 

Lucy, 86. 
Stokuni, Anthony, 86. 

Eleanor, 86. 

Jonaithan, 9. 

Nathan A., 86. 
Storms, Annie, 68. 

Furman, 67. 

George A., 67. 

Gertrude W., 68. 

Harriet, 68. 

Lulu B., 63. 

Sarah M., 67. 
Strang, Catherine, 22. 
Strickland, M'nnie, 2>7- 
Stuchfield, Ann, 86. 

S. B., S6. 
Stiles, John, 13. 

Miriam, 13. 
SwaTiton, Jane Ophelia, 47. 
Swartout, Andrew, 12. 

Cornelius, 12. 

Jacobus, 12. 

Judith, 12. 

Lulu A.. 12. 

Mary, 18. 

Polly, I '. 

Sally, 12. 

Samuel, 12. 

Thomas, 12, 18. 

Tafford, Conrad, 54. 

Mar}', 54. 
Taylor, Abigail, 55. 

Alice, 44. 

Betsey, 52. 

Jennie, 52. 

Mabel, 19. 

Richard, 55. 



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Tedford, Mary, 77. 

Samuel, 77. 
Tc:ica, All,.:" - '., ^'-■ 

Donald M., di. 

Eleanor A., 61. 

Frank C. 61. 

Frank M., 61. 
Thompso.n. Arohibald, 61. 

Emeline, 39. 

Isabel, 61. 

Jane, 5^ 

Samuel G., 5i- 
Thornby, Isabel Ethel, 61. 

Julian, 61. 
Tliornc, Ann, 46, 

Charity, 10, 49- 
'r;ifr.;-f', '^'"orfrc, 79 

Mahala, 79. 
Tompkin.^, Cornelius, 85. 

EH7)abeth, 49, ^7- 

John, 49, 50. 

Magdalena, 50. 

Maria. 50. 

Nathaniel, 87. 

Sarah, 85. 

Susan, 89. 
Townsend, Elizabeth, 72, 75. 

Freelove, 75. 

James, 16. 

John, 72, 73. 

Sibel, 76. 

Susanah, 16. '.' 

Travis, Cecelia, So. 

Deborah, 80. 

George F., 80. 

Hannah, 80. 

Jemima Jane, 80. 

Joseph W., 80. 

Nancy, 24. 

Samuel W., 80. 

Was-hington, 24. 
Tubbs, Lida, 35. 



Tubbs, Lida, 33- 

Turner, John, 19. 

Judah, 19. 

Ulland, Kate, 38. 
Oscar F., 38. 

Vail, Elira, 80. 

Jessie, 41. 

Sarah, 91. 

Sarah B., 41. 

Tamar, loi. 

Wiliiajii, 80. 
Van Cortlandt, Philip, 18. ■ 
Van De Bogart, Ruth, 28. 
Vandervoort, Charles, 81. 

Mary, 81. 
Van Hagenen, Eva C, 33. 
Van Vleck, Sara'h, 19. 
Van Wagner, Nicholas, 80. 

Rachael, 80. 
Vincent, Commodore C, 40. 

Mar>' E., 40. 
Voorhis, Frederick, 47. 

Jane Ophelia, 47. 

Waddell, Eliza, 53. 

Francis, 53. 

Harriet, 5.'. 

Jane, 53. 

Julia, 53- 

Margaret, 53. 
• Maria, 53- 

Mary, 53. 

Robert, 53- 

Thomas, 53. 
Wallaee, John, 41. 

Ophelia, 41. 
Ward. Elijah, 76. . 

Jemima, 72. 

Mary, 7- 

Sarah, 73. 



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INDEX 



Sebe, 76. 
Susan, 65. 
'n-.riTn.TC; -::. 
Ward'cII, Eliakum, lOl. 

Lydia, loi. 
Waring, Stephen, 16. 

Susanah, 16. 
Warren, Mary, 28. 

Melissa, 41. 
Weedon, Elizabeth, 72. 
Jane, 72, 73- 
Mary, 72. 
Thomas, 72, 73. 
William, 72, 73. 
Weeks, Cornelia, 50. 

Mar>-, 28. 
Wendell M'^t-v-, jt 
Wesley, Charlotte, 80. 
Weyland. Eliza W., 62. 

John, 62. 
Wh-eeler, Albert W., 51. , 
Nancy, 51. 
Phebe J., 90. 
Stephen, go. 
White, Irving E., (Rev.). 46. 
\Miiteford, Elmer IvI., 62. 
RajTnond A., 62. 
Samuel N., 62. 
Whiting, Jonathan, 9. 
Whitty, Fanny, 36. 
Wilcox, Rhoda D., 43. 
WillFams, Eliza Am:, 67. 
John, 72 
Rachael, 79. 
Reuben, 79. 
Sarah, 72. 
Willis, Florence Sarah, 60. 

Samuel H., 60. 
Wilson, Alma, 64. 

Cb.loe, 80. 
Windrum, Emma, 32. 
Saralh, 32. 



Thomas, 32. 
Winters, Isaac, 92. 

Olive J,, 67. 
Wixom, Anna, 41. 
Charlotte, 41. 
Wixon, Amanda, 22, 33. 
Ancil, 22. 
Bethaly, 22. 
Cliarlotte, 26. 
Elizabeth, 90. 
Esther, 22. 
Henry, 90. 
John, 81. 
Julia A., 22. 
Luna, 81. 
Noah, 22. 
Robert J., 26. 41. 
Smith A., 22, 33. 
Totty, 41. 
Wolcott, Louisa N., 29. 
Woods, Abigail, 56. 
Frederick, 56. 

George, 56. 
John, 56. 

Maria R., 32. 

Mary R.. 95. 

Matilda Jane, 56. 

Silas, 95. 

Tbomas, 56. 
Wright, Alfred. 21. 

Arthur, 26. 

Chloe, 14, 21. 

Daniel, 14, 21. 

Delilah, 66. 

Ebenezer, 32. 

Edward, 86. 

Flora, 69. 

Irving, 26. 

Joel, 96. 

Joseph Sackett. 69. 

Lucy, 32. 

Miriam, 32. 



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139 



Phebe, 21, 86. 

Robert, ^2, 66. 

Sarah, 90. 

Sarali F., 26. 

Taiiiar A., 21. 
Wrong, Ann, 56. 

Charlotte, 56. 

Helen, 56. 

John, 56. 

John B., 56. 

IVIargaret B., 56. 

Wiiliam, 56. 
Wyatt, A. Wesley, 91. 

Clara, 91. 

Young, Augustus, 50. 
Sarah A.. 87. 

Zeh, Alethea, 35. 

Franklin, 35. 
Zelie, Almir?, 51. 

David, 51. 
Zelipli, Adelia, 24. 



Almira, 24. 
Andrew, 24. 
Anna, 38. 

Cornelius, 24, T)^. 
Faniny, 24. 
Ferdinand, 24. 
Gilbert, 24. 
Harvey, 24. 
Hettie, 24. 
Jabez, 24. 
James, 24. 
John, 24. 
Joel, 24. 
Katie, 24. 
Maggie, 24. 
Martha, 24. 
Mary, 24. 
Mary I., 24. 
Phebe E., 24. 
Rachel, 24. 
Sarah, 24. 
Tliomas, 24. 
William, 24. 
Zimmerman, Ann, 94. 



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