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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL. 
GENEALOGY COLLECT!O^J 



" ALLEN COUNTY PUBUC LIBRABY 



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A GENEALOGY 



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THE MOREY FAMILY 






EDITED FOR MOSES CONANT WAHIIEN, 
BY EMILY WILDER LEAVITT. 



PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION. 

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We are indebted to Prof. Williani Carey Morej, of 
Rochester University, New York, for the accompanying 
Preface. He has had direct recourse to all authorities and 
origiual records in various counties in New York State. 

The name of this family occurs at a very early period in 
the colonial records of New England. The divorsit}' in the 
spelling oi' proper names, which was, at that time, common, 
has a striking illustration in the varied orthography of this 
surname. Mory, IMorey, iMorie, INIorry, JNIoorcy, Moorie, 
Mooree, Mowry, Mowrey, JNIawry, are some of the forms. 
These do not, of course, indicate any distinction between 
diiferent families ; for the name of the same person is often 
spelled in several ways in the same collection of recor<ls, 
often in a single document. In the process of time, how- 
ever, it has come to be cast into two distinct and somewhat 
permanent forms, Morey and Mowry ; the former prevailing 
in the families of Plymouth, Mass., and in Southern Rhode 
Island, and the latter in those of Boston. 

The question as to the mutual relationshi}) between these 
has not been clearly settled. Indeed, it seems to be (juite 
certain that their common origin must be sought, not in 
New England, but in the mother country. There were, 
evidently, a number of families, which, though they may 
have been related in England, became distinct sources of 
genealogical descent in this part of the world. 

To give some conception of how man}' family stems 
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liings of separate doiucstic groups in Now iMigiaud, certain 
references iiavc been c(jllated to the earliest settlers of this 
name. In his "List of Emigrants to America, lliOO-lTOO," 
Ilotten rciers to two persons only of this name. Tlie one, 
" Jo. Mory," aged nineteen years, was a passenger of the ship 
" Blessing," June, 1G35. Tlie other, "George Morrey, aged 
23 yrs.," was a passenger in the " Truelove," in Se[)temher 
of the same yciar. This George settled in l)iixl)ury, in the; 
Plymouth Colony, and several references are made to him, 
in colonial records, between 1()35 and 1(!40. In the latter 
year he died, leaving, it is supposed, no children. The 
John above mentioned is not again noticed for many years, 
but he has been identiiied as the John ]\!owry who api)ears 
in Providence record of 1 GC)6, and to whom we shall again 
refer. 

Besides these immigrants mentioned by Hotten, ]Mr. 
Savage, in his "Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers 
of New England," mentions seven other persons by the uiime 
of Morey, who settled in America previous to 1700. These 
are: Benjamin, of Wickford, 1G74; Francis, of Salem, 
1G8G ; Jonathan, of Plymouth, IGGG ; Josei)h, of ^Vickford, 
1G74; Nathaniel, of Providence, IGGG ; liogor, of Provi- 
dence, 1649 ; and Thomas, of Roxbury, 1G73. The ques- 
tion is suggested, how nearly these were related to each 
other. The records of Boston show that Eoger arrived in 
Massachusetts in 1631 ; he was, therefore, the earliest 
settler in New England bearing this family name. Benja- 
min, of AVickford, is identiiied by Savage as the person who 
is recorded as receiving a bequest from Isaac Heath, in 
1660, and this Benjamin is now admitted to have been a son 
of Roger. Jonathan, of Plymouth, and Thomas, of Rox- 
bury, arc also now regarded by all genealogists as having 
been sons of Roger. 

The Nathaniel mentioned l)y Savage first appears in the 
records of Providence as having purchased a piece of land 
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John in the ownership of certain hinds in 1()(;8. That ttii.s 
.lolui was tlie lu'ollier of Nathaniel, and that lu; is tlie person 
who came to Anjerica in the " Blessing," 1(J35, are opinions 
well supportiid by Mr. William A. Mowry, the author of 
the work entitled " Nathaniel Mowry and his Descendants." 
These two brothers have also been supposed to be the sons 
of Roger ; an opinion expressed by Mr. J. O. Austin, in his 
"Genealogical Dictiontiry of Rhode Island." "Whether this 
view is sufficiently based upon authentic data, is a tjuestion. 
It is (|uite as likely that they were more reniotely related to 
Roger. 

Of the other names mentioned by Savage, Joseph, of 
Wickfoid, arrived in Rhode Island in 1074. It is declared 
by his descendants that he was born in England, in 1(JGJ, 
and must, therefore, be regarded as the founder of a distinct 
family in Anieric;a ; some of the members of which are now 
living in Colundjia County, N. Y. 

In addition to these, there should not be passed over the 
names of two other persons who settled in New England 
previous to 1700. The tirst of these was George IMorey, of 
Bristol, R. I., who took the freeman's oath in 1G85 ; who 
afterwards removed to Norton, Mass., and became the 
founder of a large family, with a number of distinguished 
members. The other person was Capt. Nicholas Morey, 
of whom there is preserved a delinite record to the eilect 
that he came to America in 1675, from East A\^)odlam, 
County Hampshire ; that he was the third son of Thomas 
and Mary Morey of that place, and that his brothers, John, 
Thomas, and Edward, were living in England wiien he left. 
It may be that the place here mentioned was the ancestral 
home of all the children in America, who are now so far 
separated that they cannot unite the broken links in their 
chain of descent. As Capt. Nicholas left no children, we 
may conclude, from \vhat has been previously statetl, that 
the following persons were the tbunders of di&tiuet families 
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1. Roger Morcy, ot" Plymouth, Salem, and I'rovidence, 
who arrived in New England in 1G31, and who was uudoLd>t- 
edly the lather of Jonathan, of Plymouth, Thomas, of Rox- 
bury, and Benjamin, of Roxbury, Mass., and of Kingston, 
R. 1. 

2. The brothers, John and Nathaniel Mowry, of Provi- 
dence, who are first mentioned in the records of 1(»(!() and 
1G68, and whose descendants, only, have {)roserved the spell- 
ing of Mowry. 

3. Joseph jNIorey, ofWickford, who was born in 1G64, 
and arrived in Rhode Island in lti74. 

4. George IMorey, of Bristol, who is tirst mentioned as 
having taken the freeman's oath in 16^<5. 

So far as can be, at present, determined, these must 
have been heads of separate families in New England. 
From their original seats, these families have spread into 
other parts of the Eastern States, and during the last century, 
especially at the beginning of the Revolutionary period, 
they passed into New York State, settling along the Hud- 
son, in the present counties of Orange, Ulster, Dutchess, 
Rensselaer, Columbia, Albany, and Saratoga ; from which 
they have gone on into various parts of the United States. 

The accompanying sketch will be contined to accounts of 
Roger Morey ; principally to that line of his descendants 
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As Roger Morey seems to have heeu a close follower of 
Koger A^'illiams ever after their arrival in Anieriea, it is 
probable that the two set sail from England in the same 
ship, "The Lion," which left Bristol, Dec. 1, 1()3(), and 
arrived at Boston, Fel). 5, l(j81. They both took ihf Wrr- 
man's oath of fidelity in Boston on the same day, .May h, 
1631. 

It has been recently discovered that Roger Morey's wife 
was Mary, daughter of John and ]\Iargery Johnson. 

"Oct. 12, 1G59, Roger Morey, of Providence, and Mary, 
his wife, being the eldest daughter of John eJohnson, late of 
Roxl)ury, in Suflblk, in the Massachusetts Colony of New 
England, deceased, for £G0, deeded to William Parkes, of 
Roxbury, that one-sixth part of the estate of said Johnson, 
devised to them by his will, dated Se\)t. 30, 1659." 

April 12, 1631, Roger Williams was called to Salem, 
Mass., to become an assistant to Rev. Mr. Skelton, the 
pastor over the church in that place. Hither Roger jMorey 
followed, became a member of the church in 1636 ; January, 
1637, he entered into an agreement with the town, "that he 
should begin the keeping of all the town's cattle the fifth of 
the second month, and so to continue eight months, with the 
help of another efficient man." A pleasant picture of the 
united fortunes of the little community is suggested by the 
next clause. " He was to be ready at the ])en gate, an hour 
after sunrise, to take the herds. Those [persons] who did not 
have their cattle ready were to bring them after the others," 
and drive them to the common feeding-ground, wdiere the 
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beset this young settlement in the wilderness. This was, 
evidently, not his sole dependence, lor, the month following 
this agreement, he bought and laid out tifty acres ot" land, 
Feb. 20, U)o7. Here his second son, Jonathan", was l)ai)- 
tized, April 2 ; and Dec. 25 ol" the same year his name was 
on the list of inhabitai»ts, with the recortl ot" his having a 
family of live meud)ers. 

Roger Morey continued to accumulate land and to have 
the herds in his keeping until 1(543, when he had sold his 
land in the woods and removed to Providence, K. I., where 
Koger Willituns, banished by the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, " for having preached and dividged new and dan- 
gerous opinions against the authority of magistrates," had 
commeuced to plant on the Moshassuck River, and which 
" for the many Providences of the ^lost High and Only 
Wise, I called Providence." " Here, all over the colony, a 
great nund^er of weak and distressed souls, scattered and 
tlying hither iVom Old England and New England, the ^lost 
Holy and Only ^Vise hath, in his intinite wisdom, provided 
this country and this corner as a shelter for the poor and 
persecuted, according to their several persuasions." 

Again Roger^ Mcjrey was declared freeman, in this new 
town of Providence, in 1G55 ; and on May 25, 1G55, he was 
" appointed by the Court of Connnissioners to keej) a house 
(;f entertainment ; and a convenient sign \vas to he set out, 
at a most perspicuous place of said house, to give notice to 
strangers." In 1056 he had a house-lot laid out to him 
" upon the hill over against Roger Williams, his meadow " ; 
he Avas commissioner in 1G58, juryman in 16G1, and bought 
a lot of land in IGGl. 

There is evidence that his wife was nearly allied to the 
Heaths, of Roxbur3^ Isaac Heath, in his will, Jan. 21, 
1()G1, bequeaths twenty shillings to his kinswoman, INIary 
Morey; and on Jan. 1, IGGi, Elizabeth, the widow of Isaac 
Heath, left a legacy of ten shillings to Mary Morey, and a 
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May G, 16(J9, Roger's wiilow, Mary, applied for adiuiiiis- 
tration on his estate, he having made a will and left her 
executrix. In 1G71 she sold the dwelling-house, out- 
housing, three house-lots and conimoning to one Stephen 
Paine, of liehoboth, JNIass. She, later, married Jolin 
Kingsley and removed to Kehoboth, where she was buried, 
Jan. 29, 1G79. 

The children of Roger Morey and Mary, his wife, were: 

1. Roger-, (I. y. ;':,. ■!.■;', .' -•- : • ■:.;;.' • •"'• . 

2. JoNATUAN^ b. 1G37. ; ,^ >..:. iJii^- . , ;.:'■'..•. 

3. BKn^IA^ b. 1638. . ' ' ' ' "' ' ' , "-. • ... 

4. Mary*, b. KUO. -"'V'' " ' " ' "y 

5. Elizabeth*, b. 1(143. - ■, '':-.•. ..- ,, .• ' ' • ' '•■••" 

6. Bknjamin-, b. .i',..' .■., ■, > ! , ',-.. .-.., y -■■:•■: ,'. ■ .■:.' 

7. Tii():\iAS-, b. , ■ , , , .^ . ■ ...^ 

8. Hannah*, b. " , ''"' 

9. Mi:iirrAi!LK* (Brooks Kiugsley). 

Jonathan^ Morey married (1st) July 8, 1659, Mary, 
M'idow of Richard Foster, and daughter of Robert and ]Mary 

(Warren) Bartlett, of Plymouth, Mass. ; she died ; lie 

married (2d) Hannah . 

Ills CHILDREN WERE : . 

1. Jonathan^. 

2. JOIIN^ 

3. IlANNAri^ (Burapas). 

Jonathan^ Morey married Hannah Bourne, in Plymouth. 

TUEIR CIllLUREN WERE : 

1. Benjamin*, b. 1C90. 

2. Maria\ b. 1092. > r'vu. : 

3. Mary\ b. 1091. • ■ 

4. Thankful*, b. 1G9G. . . ■ 

5. Jonathan*, b. 1699. "'' 

(■>. Rei.ianck*, b. 1702. ^ 

7. Coknelius\ b. 1700. 

8. Silas*. 

9. JtXSKI'H*. 

Jonathan'* Mokey, the fifth son of Jonathan^ and Hannah 
(Bourne) Morey, married, 1725, Elizabeth Swift. 



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THEIK CHILDREN WERE : 

1. JONATIIAN^ b. 1730. 

2. TuoMAs", b. 1732. ... 

3. Elizaisetu', b. 1734. 

From this Jonathan' to the Thomas-'' who emigrated from 
Rhode Lshind to New York State, at the beiiinnin<; of the 
Revolutionary period, there is a lack of recorded data. The 
earliest years of this Thomas^ are unchronicled. But, in 
the Calendar of the New York Historical MSS. his name 
is given as one of the signers of the " Association," June, 
1775. Previous to 1778, he was a resident of Albany 
County, and a member of the Thirteenth AU^any County 
Regiment, under Col. Van Vechten. After some changes, 
he bought one hundred acres of land in ^Milton, Saratoga 
County, and established himself as a farmer. He married 
three times, but the maiden names of his first two wives are 
unknown. In his will, drawn up in 1798, proved in 1810, 
he mentions his wife Sarah, and children ; 

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2. Jonathan'', b. September, 17G5. ' -^^ ■ . . , ■• 

3. Samuel^, b. June 14, 1770. 

4. Elizabeth*. 

5. A DAUiiHTER. 

Peter^ MoREY married Lucinda Freeman; lived m Nel- 
son, N. Y. ; died about 1847. .,; , : 

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1. Asa'. 

2. Leonard'. 

3. Petek, Jr'., b. Dec, 1803. -'U'- y •i>^'^.- 

4. Ezra'. • . > 

5. Polly'. 
<;. Betsey'. 
7. Lucinda'. 

PETER^ son of Peter" and Lucinda (Freeman) INIorey, mar- 
ried May 5, 1831, Mary, daughter of the Rev. Hezekiah 
Gorton, of Broadalbin, N. Y. 



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THEIR CUILDUEN WERE : 

1. Atiilkkn E.^ b. May 31, 1832. 

2. EuuoKA C.^ b. Jiiu. 1, 1840. - i. 

3. Julian L.^ b. Jan. '2, 18i2. 

4. Clahence G.«, b. Dec. 29, 1847. . • 

Peter'' Morey, Jr., studied in Hamilton Acudcmy, and 
took his law course in the ollice ot" Messrs. Stowers & 
Gridley, of that town ; was admitted to the bar in 1831 ; first 
settled in Cazenovia, N. Y., 1832 ; removed to Eaton, then, 
in 1835, to Teeuniseh, Mich, and in 1837, to Detroit, lie 
M-as appointed attorney-general of the State of Michigan, by 
Gov. ^lason, and held that office four years. Soon after the 
expiration of his term of office, he returned to Tecumseh, 
and then, after a few years, removed to Adrian, Mich., where 
he practised law, until advancing age and failing health 
caused him to retire from active life and to make his home 
with his daughter at Marion, Ohio, where he died Oct. 2t), 
)881. " He was an able and energetic lawyer, and his labors 
in the ollice of attorney-general, in the early history of the 
State, have left their powerful and heneiicent impress u})ou 
the judicial and legislative history of the State, which can 
never pass away." 

Jonathan^, the second son of Thomas^ Morey, born in 

17G5 ; went to Milton, Saratoga County, N. Y., 17'J3, and 

settled upon the farui with his father ; he married Susannah 

Cornell ; she died Sept. 1, 1824, aged tifty-three years ; he 

died Dec. 3, 1840. ,,,;,, t,iu: i;.;';:: '.i ;vh!:^K- , 'v^. .' 

rniKR cniLnuEN v\t,re : ' ' ■ '' 

1. Daniel^ b. March, 1790. ' = ^' '•' 

•2. Jonathan^ b. May 26, 1702. ; •■%■••>■:', ' • •■ '^ 

3. Millicent', b. Jan. 13, 171)4. .,( . .\,.".. 

4. Giwicon', b. Nov. 25, 1795. 

5. Sarah', b. Nov. 11, 1707. 

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7. SusANNAii\ b. April 4, 1804. '' *. ' * 

8. Elizaiseth^ b. May G, 1807. 



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Daniel'', boiu 171)0, nmrricd Sarah Kathhiun, in Vorona, 

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THEIK CIIU.DHKN WEHK : 

L William", b. 

2. 1IK^1{Y^ b. 

3. Susannah**, b. ; ra. Mortimer B. Morey, of Nclsou, N. Y. 

4. Lewis". 

5. ELiZAHiiru". 

6. Hikam". , - , r 

7. Fkanklin'*. 

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y. Maky\ ^ '•'' '^'\ ;>?■;' • N(> .(■ -. ' /; ' ,; 

10. Sarah A.* i * . i 

Daniel' Morey was a manufacturer and merchant in Milton 
and Verona, N. Y. ; hiter, bought and cuUivated a tarm in 
Illinois; died in Oak Park, 111., May ^1, lyijij. 

Jonathan^ born in Easton, N. Y., May 2i;, 17'J2; 
married Mary Shepherd, Nov. 18, 1815; she died 1882; 
he died Sept. 6, 1845. 

TIIEIH CHILDHEN WEKK : 

L Eliza A.*, b. August, 1817; uow living iu Saratoga Spriugd, N.Y. 

2. SiiEPiiKKi)*, b. October, 1820. 

3. Mii.iCENT IJ."*, b. August, 1822. 

4. Mauy J.«, li. August, 1831. ... . 

Jonathan^ Morey and his brother DauieP built the tirst 
woollen and cotton factory that was erected in Saratoga 
County, lie lived and died on the farm in Milton, which 
was bought by the first Thomas^, previous to 17 GO, and has 
descended to Jonathan's'^ only son, Shepherd"^, ^\ ho still 
manages this homestead, which has been owned by ih»; 
same family for more than one hundred years. ■'') 

Shepherd^ Morey married Phebe Westcott, of Milton, 
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IMiLiCENT B.« MoREY wus a toiicher in New York City, 
Diilehcs.s Ccmiit}^ and Knglcwood, N. J. ; died April 'J, 
1883. 

Mary J.^ Morey raarriod Addison B. Youmans, of 
Milton, 18o(); is living in Winona, Minn.; lias one son, 
Henry S.'-* 

Samuel^ the third son of Thomas^ Morey, lived in 
Greenfield, N. Y. ; married (1st) Oct. 8, lld-i, Mary Free- 
man ; she died April 30, 1813; he married (2(1) Mrs. Ruth 
p:imes, March 31, 1814. 

HIS CHILDREN BY MAliY (FREEMAN) MOKKY WERK : 

1. Joseph^ b. Jan. 24, 17"J6. 

2. Laa^inia', b. July 31, 1797. . . " 

3. LucINDA^ b. Oct. 26, 1800. *^- vrrw. ; ' ■• 

4. Bexjamin', b. Aug. 24, 1802. 

5. Reuuen', b. Feb. 21, 18U5. -,, ., <',; ., 

0. MAI,INDA^ b. April 25, 1808. >, ■ ,.,',• 

7. Wahken', b. May 24, 1811. 

CIIIl.D OF MRS. RUTH ELMKS AND eAMOKL* MORKT. 

8. Zibania', b. June 4, 1815. ' ■' '■■■■' :■ ' 

Mrs. Euth (Elmes) Morey died in Fowlerville, N. Y., 
May, 1858. Samuel Morey was a tarmer and a miller in 
Greenfield, N. Y., for some years. lie removed to Fabius, 
N. Y., where he owned a farm and was justice of the i)ence. 
In 1832-33 he made a final removal to Cazenovia, N. Y., 
where he continued to employ himself in agricultural pur- 
suits, lie was noted for his integrity of character, his 
public spirit, and his devotion to the cause of education. 

He died March 10, 1852. v ^ \ 

Joseph^ the oldest son of Samuel*^ and Mary (Freeman) 
Morey, married Oct. Ui, 1823, Anna C. Kinney. 

THEIR CinLDRKN WEIiE : 

1. EMILY^ b. Aug 22, d. Sept. 14, la24. 

2. ED^\TN^ b. Oct. 10, 1825. 

3. REUI5EN^ b. March 28, d. Sept. 10, 1828. 






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4. Samuki,', b. Aug. 1, 1829. •• ! , ..,.,.),;., .v,,.. ,„ 

5. WiixiAM F.*, b. Sept. 20, 1831. ,„. ,, ,., ,, ,. '' ./ 

6. ELLKN^ b. Nov. 20, 1833; d. Jan. 1, 1834. 

7. EliasW.*, b. Jau. 7, 1836. 

8. Nol;J^lS^ b. July 30, 1838. ■ , ■ .. 
y. Hokack", b. Dec. 1, 1840. ., ;- . .'. , . ' 

10. Ann MAiiiA^, b. Fob. 28, 1843. • • 

11. Eliza JANtt«, b. Oct. 20, 1840. ^ „ >. 

Lavinia^ second child of SiimueP and ^lury (Freeman) 
Morey, was born in Milton, Saratoga County, N. Y., July 
13, 1797; married Oct. 29, 1818, in Fabius, N. Y., 
Ephraim Adams, a farmer, born March 29, 1793 ; she died 
iu East Bloomlield, N. Y., May 2G, 1884; he died in 
Livonia, N. Y^, Jau. IG, 1879. 

inEIH CHILDUEN WERE: \"' ' >' ' •',. 

1. Maky MoiiEY", b. in Richiuoucl, N. Y., July 30, 1819. . ,;, , 

2. Thomas Jeffeuson**, b. iu Riclnuond, N. Y., July 2 J, 1821. 

3. Benjamin Fkankun**, b. iu Kichiuoud, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1.S23. 

4. Jane AMKLIA^ b. iu Ricliuioud, N". Y., Dec. 22, 1825. 

5. Lucy Fkost«, b. iu Richmond, N. Y., March 13, 1828. ; 
t). James Bykon'*, b. in Richiuoiul, N. Y., June 17, 1830. 

7. OSCAK MoKTiMEU**, b iu Klchiuoutl, N. Y. , Juue 27, 1832. 

8. Ei'iiWAiM, Jr.", b. iu liichnioud, N. Y., Auij. I'J, 1834. 

9. Samuel Muiiey^, b. in Livonia, N. Y., May 26, 1837. 

IMaky" Mokey, oldest child of Lavinia^ (jNIorey) and 
Ephraim Adams, married E. Darwin Giblis, Oct. 3, 1848 ; 
died in Litchfield, Mich., March G, 1881. 

Thomas Jefferson", oldest son of Lavinia'^ (Morey) 
and Ephraim Adams, married March 30, 1848, Sarali lien- 
nett, who was born in Livonia, N. Y., Sept. 2S, 1819; lie 
is a farmer, and resides in Litchtteld, JNIich. 

TUEIU CHILDUEN WEKE : 

1. Charles F. 9, b. in Couesus, N. Y., May 10, 1S49; m. March 21, 1872, 
at llouier, Mich., Luperlie E. Rresley. Their childreu were: 

1. Hakky'", b. Clarendon, Mich., May 1, 1873. 

2. Hugh'", b. Clareudou, Mich., Feb. 17, 187J. 



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2. Bknnett D.*, b. inCouesns.N. Y., May 25, 1862; lu. March 15, 1882, in 

Girard, Mich., Edith M. King; he is a farmer, and rusideo in Litch- 
field, Mich. They had : 
MariunI", b. Sept. 8, 1886. 

3. Edgak E.", b. in Conesus, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1855; m. June 11, 1879, in 

Homer, Mich., Mary E. Wilkinson; is a farmer, and resides in 
Litchfield, Mich. Their children are : 

1. CoKA £.''->, b. in Litchfield, Mich., April 21), ISSO. • ' 

2. Lii'-E E.'", b. iu Litchfield, Mich., July 15, 18s2. 

Benjamin Franklin", the second sou of Lavinia^ (Morey ) 
and Ephraim Ad:mis, married Sept. 5, 1852, in East 
Bloomtield, N. Y., Lurinda J. Gauss, who was horn in Ea.^t 
Bloomfield, N. Y., April 20, 1829 ; he is a farmer in Litcli- 
field, N. Y. 

THEIR CniLDUKN WERE : 

1. Eva Luiunda', b. in East Bloomfield, N. Y. , Oct. 9, 1853; m. Oct. U, 

1881, at Litclifield, Midi., E Darwin Gibbs. 

2. Jane Amema*, b. iu East Bloomfield, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1855; m. Nov. 

7, 1888, in East Bloomfield, N. Y., Edward L. Pardee, a physician ; 
lives 218 W. Thirty-fonrth Street, New York City. 

3. Claka Euz.\^, b. in East Bloomfield, N. Y., April 25, 1858; m. Dec. 28, 

1881, in East Bloomfield, N. Y., Charles William Stoddard, who was 
b. in Litchfield, Mich., Dec. 10, 1857; lives iu Litchfield, Mich. 
Their children were : 

1. LuRiMDA Elvika'", b. in Litchfield, Mich., Oct. 20, 1882. 

2. Franc WinnifredI", b. in Litchfield, Mich., March 31, 1885. 

4. Marv Louise^ b. in East Bloomfield, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1803; m. Sept. 

22, 188G, Heber E. Wheeler, a merchaut and the postmaster iu East 
Bloomfield, N. Y. 

5. Frank- MoREY^ b. iu East Bloomfield, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1870. 

Mrs. Lurinda J. (Gauss) Adams died Dec. 10, 1872 ; he 
married (2d) Jan. 28, 1874, Helen INI. Pardee, who was 
born Feb. (J, 1829. 

Jane Amelia^, the second daughter of Lavinia'' (Morey) 
and Epiiraim Adams, married Dec. 20, 1848, in Livonia, 
N. Y., Handel Napthali Daggett. 

THEIR OIIILUREN WERE : 

1. Eunice Eudora*, b. May 21, 1851; d. Sept. 16, 1852. 

2. Flora Eugenlv^ b. Sept. 21, 1853; d. March 4, 1857. . • 



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June Auiflia*^ (Adams) Dii^getl died March 4, 1854; lie 
married (2d) her sisiter, Lucy Frost Atlaius, June 11), 1855, 
in Livouia, N. Y. 

TlllCm OJIILlHiKN -WKKE: 

1. Florence Jane*, b. Nov. 23, 1857; m. Jul}' 30, 1877, Hurry Frauds 

Barrows, Jr. Their childreii were: 
.^-••' 1. Maud'", b. in New York, Feb. 15, 1878. 

V- : *, 2. LOUJS Daggett'", b iu Attleborouyh, May 17, 1870. 

3. Helen'", b. in North Altleborough, Nov. 23, 1880. 

4. DuNALD Adams'", b. in North Attlchoruugh, Got. 17, l«o7. 

2. Franok-s Ai>;Viis^, b. iu Attleborough, Mass., Jan. IG, 18G0; resides at 

Attleborough Falls. 

JMrs. Lucy Frost (Adams) Daggett died in Attlol)orough, 
Mass., May 23, 1870. . ,,, ; ■• 

' James Byron", the third son of Lavinia'' (jNIorey) and 
Epliraim Adams, \vas graduated from AV'illiams College, 
AVilliamstown, jNIass., in 1854; received the degree A. AL, 
^\'illiams College, 1857 ; was district attorney of Livingston 
County, N. Y., from 18(Jt) to 1870. He married in York, 
N. Y., Sept. 18, 18G0, Helen Euth Goddard, who was 

born in York, N. Y., Aug. 5, 183G. Their son : 

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George Bykon", b. in Geneseo, Jan. 20, 18G2. 

He was graduated at llochester University, 1882 ; married, 
Oct. 23, 1889, at Waveily, N. Y., Annie Louise Le^v'ib, 
who was born in Waverly, N. Y., April 12, 181)4, He is 
an attorney at law, and resides in Geneseo, N. Y. 

Oscar Mortimer", the fourth son of Lavinia^ (]\Iorey) and 
Epliraim Adams, was a farmer in East Bloomliehl, N. Y. 
At the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted in the Union 
Army ; was second lieutenant of the One Hundred and Forty- 
eighth Regiment of New York Volunters, from 1802 to 18G4. 
In the battle of Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864, he was wounded, 
and died in Amory Square Hospital, Washington, D. C, June 
19, 1804. 



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EiMiRAni*^ Adams, Jr., the fifth son of Laviniii' (Morey) 
and E})hniim Adams, married Nov. 24, 18GH, in North Attle- 
borough, ]Mass., Isabel Capron. 

TilKIH C1III>1)KEN' WKRK : 

1. OSCAU*, b Sept. 4, ISiU. 

2. Je.ssk«, b. l)i.;c. 21, l-i(;8. .. ' ' 

3. FUANCIS*, b. Nov. 'J, 1670. . ' " ■ ' • .!-':a.', ; 

Ephiaim^ Adams was a manufactarer in Attleljorongli, 
where ho died Aug. 8, 1872. 

Samuel Mokey^, the youngest son of Lavinia^ (Morey) 
and Ephraim Adams, is a farmer in Litehtlehl, ^lich. ; he 
married (1st) October, 18G9, Angehne Ivichardson ; she 
died (3ctober, 1874 ; he mari-ied (2d) June, 187'J, liertha 

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1. Mir.Es", b. in Homer, Mich., July, 1870. r- ■ , • i ; •). ::»i; ;.. 

2. OscAR^ b. iu Homer, Midi., 1872. , :<J . 

3. Lucy", b. in Ilomor, Mich., Sept. 15, 1874. 

Lucinda'', the second daughter of Samuel'^ and ]\Iary 

(Freeman) Morey, married (1st) Oct. 2i), 1818, Silas 

Merrill. 

Tinau ciULDREN were: i ■ '■ '" 

1. PoLLY», b. Aug. 9, 181'J. ■•'' 

2. M.uua", b. Dec. 1-t, 1822; d. Feb. 18, 1823. ■"•' ' ■ ' ■ 

3. Ira*, b. Murch 21, 1824; d. at Stocliton, Cal., June 2, 1859. 

4. ]\Iary", b. May 12, 182G; m. Stearns; d. at Joliet, Hi., 1879. 

5. SiL.\s,Jr.»,b. Fob. IG, 1828. 

Silas Merrill died Dec. 27, 1827 ; she married (2d) Jan. 8, 
1837, Joel Waterbury ; she died March 6, 1879. 

TIIEUl CHILDREN WERE : , 

1. Ephraim Morky», b. Aug. IG, 1839. 

2. Reuhe.n Audison", b. Jan. 21, 1841. 

3. Sarah Lucini>a«, b. Uiivch 20, 1843. 
i. Hannah Almira®, b. Jan. 12, 184G. 



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Epiii:aim% the oklcst son of Lucinda'' (INIorey) (Merrill ) 
and Jiiel Walerltiiry, married Nellie iJiee, of Ciilia, N. Y. 

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I 1. AKrlIL•Il^ b. Jiiue 1'2, 187;3. 

2. C'l.AKA^ I). June 18, 1875. ,, ,,. ,. ■■ ;..':,■• 

** 3. II^:l:l•.l•;uTR.^ b. Oct. 27, 1877. . \ ' 

Kfaiikn AbDisoN", the second son of Lueinda^ (^Morev) 
(Merrill) and Joel Waterhury, was giaduated at Alfred 
University, in 1807. lie was then elected to the cluirg'e of 
the normal department of that eolieue. At the eh^se of 
that year, he resigned this to heeonie })rinei})al ol" the. 
Gencseo Valley Seminary, whieh })osition he held, sueeess- 
fully, for three yeai's. In l^iTl he was elected professor of 
mathematics and acting vice-principal of the Geueseo State 
Normal School, which is situated on the eastern slope of 
the famous (leneseo Valley, in Livingston County, N. V. 

In lal'o he organized a Baptist church in (Jeneseo, of nine- 
teen constitucmt members, which he served for three years 
as supidy pastor. He, also, acted as general collector, and 
as secretary of the church huilding committee, appointed to 
superintend the erection of the church editice. This was 
tinished and dedicated July, l<S8.(j; the church membership 
at that date being one hundred and twenty, lie has servutl 
as church secretary for t(m years. l)ui-ing the jiast twenty 
years, he has been a freciuent lecturer before educational 
bodies and gatherings in Western Ncav York, and has been 
a su})[)ly missionary [)reacher in tlie country. 'ia^' t.i 

Aug. lo, ItSinl, he married Frances A., a daughter oi" 
Hon. Martin Butts, of AVest Chirkville, N. Y. 

TUKIK CHILDREN WEliE : '*' 

1. AiiCE Lucn.T.ic", b. June 18, 18G9. 

2. M.\KV Fjjank', b. Aug. i'J, 1870. 

3. GiJACK ADKLI.K^ b. April 24, 1872. 

4. IlKi.i'.N Geutkudk'-*, b. June 11, 1874. 
f). RoiiKiM- MAl:l■l^^ b. Dec. 27, 187*;. 
G. Aktiujk lUrns", b. Feb. 'J, 187'J. 

7. Alm:i:d KoKias", b. March 10, 1881. 

8. Edwin Mouky", b. Sept. 2<:, 1884. 



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Sarah Lucinda"^, the oMcst ilnughttir of Luciiula'' 
(Moroy) (Merrill) iiiul Joel ^V^atel•l)Ul•y, was gradiialed hy 
Alfred College, 1870, and hecaaie a tutor in the aeadeniie 
de[)artnient of that same college, where she served two 
years, and then ^vas an assistant in the Geneseo Valley 
Seminary. Sin; mari'ied ]\Iartin A. lUitls, of Cuba, N. Y. 

rilKIH CHILDKEN WEUK : 

1. EvA^ h. Sept. 10, 1872. i' •;• K.yl 

2. Alfukd \V.9, b. Jiiue 18, 1874; (1. March 6, 1876. ., , , ;•..!,;,,•;., 
a. Ct.l!INK^ 1). Oct. I'J, 1875. ^ ■ .' ", I 

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6. EDN.V MAL'1>^ 

7. TiiEoiJOKK- J.'', b Dec. 7, 1882. ;,:..,, ; . . • ■ 

Hannah xYlmira'', the youngest child of Lncinda'^ (Morey) 
(Merrill) and Joel Waterbury, married Theodore F, Rude, 
.Tune 28, 1871, at Cuba, N. Y. 

TUF,ni OHn.DUKN WEUK : 

1. IDA]\[.VKV^ b. Dec. 21, 1873. 

2. Emkkson AV.«, b. Nov. 23, 1876. "'■^''"" 

3. TiiEuDOKK M ^ b. Jau. 4,1885. v ,< i. t ■ ■ : ''iv'./l ?-• 

Of Rev. Reuuen^ the tifth child of Samuel" and Mary 
(Freeman) Morey, we give the accompanying extract from 
the " Baptist Enc>'cloj)iedia " : — 

" Rev. Reuben'^ Mon.'y was born in Fabius, Onondaga 
County, N. Y., Fel). 21, 1805; obtained a hope in Christ 
in early life, and united with the Baptist Church. Having 
strong convictions that it was his duty to preach the gospel, 
he, soon after his conversion, began the work of prepara- 
tion. He was educated at the Hamilton Literary and 
Theological Institution and at Brown Uni\'ersity. 

" Dr. Wayland w^as president at Brown while he was there, 
and lett upon his student the impress of his own strong intel- 
lect and powerful grasp of truth. Dr. J. R. Loomis, the 
president of Lewisburg University, Dr. Ives, of Shetfield, 
Conn., and Dr. William Dean, of Bankok, Siam, were among 
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" After his griuluiition troiu lirown (1835), he was oriL-iiiu'd 
and settled ;i.s pastor of the Ba})tist Chureh in ]\Iadison, liid. 
His subseciuent pastorates were in Louisville, Ky., North 
Attlehorough, Mass., Homer, W^'omiiiji', and Areade, N. Y., 
Delavan and Toniea, 111., and JNIertfjn, \V\s. Jlis longest 
ptistorate was tit Noi'th Attlehorough, where he I'eniained 
eiii'ht years. 

" His preaching was analytical and doctrinal. He had a 
profound reverence for tlie ministerial ollice, and impaited 
depth and solemnit}' to his public services. As a pastor, he 
Avas peeidiarly gifted for ethcient labor in the family and 
T\ith the individual. He was a tower of strength in all his 
pastoral labors with his tlock. His home during the chjsing 
3^ears of his life was in Waukesha, VV^is. Here he fell asleej) 
in Jesus, May 17, LSbO. ' Mark the perfect man and 
behold the uj^right ; for the end of that uian is peace.'" 

To this report of the pastor we here subjoin that of the 
father, written by his son, Prof. William Carey Morey : — 

"His princiiial characteristics were, I think, his unswerv- 
ing integrity and his stern devotion to what lie Imlievecl to 
l)e right. He was never charged with dishonesty in thought 
or in action. He was a man of great moral courage, and 
never hesitated to face the result of his convictions. He 
})0ssessed an analytical and logical mind, which was always 
apparent in his conversation and in his preat;hing." 

A companion sketch is given in Prof. Morey's delineation 
of his mother : — ,...,-, 

" My mother was a wonderful combination of a keen intel- 
lect and a warm heart. She possessed rare mental insight 
and an unusual capacity for clear and close reasoning. She 
was very social in her disposition, and was distinguished for 
her conversational powers. Her sympathies were inexhaust- 
ible, whether directed toward her family or her friends, and 
all her warm maternal and social impulses were puritied by 
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Kev. lleuheii'' Morey iiiiinied Abby Clommis Bugiuau, of 
Providence, K. I., Apiil 5, 1<S3(). 



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TlIEll! CUIX.DUKN WKHE : 

Maiuxnni!:'', b. in Indiana, July 2J, 18;i8; d. Aui;. 14, 
Gixjkgk Hoakdman'*, b. in rrovideuce, Aus^. 22, 18;VJ. 

JosKPii Wauukn'', b. iu Nortli Attleborough, May 2, 1K41. 

William Cauky", b. in Nortli Attk-borougk, May 2^^, 184:3. 

Fn.vNCES Bug.man', b. iu North Attleborouyli, Jan. 5, 1815. 

Edwaud Ives**, b. in Homer, N. Y.. July 21, 1817. 

James Pattison", b. in Wyomiiii'-, N. Y., Au-^. I'J, 1850. 

Hklen Ann Gos.s^ b. Felj. 20, 1853. . ■; : , ' , . . 

CnAKi.Es Fijek.man", b. Nov. 17, 1854. 

Adihe Lavinia'*, b. Nov. 14, 1857. 

Lucy MousE^ b. Dec. 11, 1859. 



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Reuben" JSIorey died May 17, 1860; his wife died Aug. 
4, 1871. 

The ft)llo\ving is a copy t)f a paper received fioui Cali- 
fornia : — 

MILITAllY ORDEK OF THE LOYAL LEGION OF THE 
UNITED STATES. 



i ;:. y:li, iv ' IlEADiiUAUTEr.s Commandery of the Stati; op Califoknia, 

San Fuancisco, Pub. 9, ISSj. 

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IN MEIMORIAM. 

Joseph Warhen*^ Mokey, first lieutenant of Company K, 
17th N. Y. Infantry, U. S. Vols., died at Santa Rosa, Cal., 
►Saturday, elan. 31, 1885. 

Joseph Warren Morey was a native of North Attleborough, 
Mass., and was born in 1841. Wlien he was seven years 
of age, his parents removed to Wyoming, N. Y., where he 
remained until the outbreak of the Rebellion, when he at 
once enlisted, April 22, 18(31, as a private in the 17th Regi- 
ment of infantry, New York Volunteers, lie served in the 
Fifth Corps of the Army of the Potomac, and participated 
in the battles of Hanover Court House, the Seven Days at 
the Peninsula, Second Bull Run (where he was severely 
wounded), Autietam, Fredericksburg, and Chanctdlorsville. 

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laiit and iiieiilorioiis sorvices, and was honorably mustered 
out of service by reason of expiration of tciin, June 2, 18GB. 
He then cntiired the Slate University of i\lichig;ui, and after- 
wards attended Kush Medical C(jllege, u here he took the 
degree of xV. M., and was graduated in lb(!i!. Ua settled in 
Illinois, practising his profession until 1881, when he rc;- 
Dioved to Santa Kosa, CaL, where he has .since reaitlcd. 

He was elected a Companion of the First Class of our 
Order, Feb. G, 1884; Insignia, No, 3,llf>. 

His death was a great shock to all hi.^ friends and com- 
panions; in full health and strength, he attended to business 
on Friday ; spending the evening with his family, and retir- 
ing as usual, without a sign of illness. During the night, the 
Angel of Death, who had spared him thnnigh so many 
battles where his comrades were swept oil' on every side of 
him, called him to another and a l)etter world ; he passed 
away peacefully, without a struggle. 

The resiK'ct in which our deceased com])anion was held is 
shown ])y the vast concourse of citizens that attended the 
funeral, which was conducted under the auspices of the 
Knights Templar, Grand Army of the Kepublic, and ^lili- 
tary Order of the Loyal Legion. 

Loving friends, Companions of our Order, followed his 
remains' to the grave, and tenderly laid him to rest. 

The Conunaiid(!ry of the State of California mourns the 
death of a devoted Companion, and to the sorrowing widow 
and children extends deep sympathy in their irreparable 
loss. 

^VYMAN INIURPIIY, 

First Lirut. U. S. Voh. , 
FRANK H. SWFTT, 

First Lieut. U. S. Vols. ■ 
RICHARD H. WARFJFLD, 

First I /unit. IJ. S. Vols. 

The Commander y of the State of Calijomia. 
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Joseph Warren* Moiiey iniuiied ut Moliue, 111., Nov. 
24, l.S(;i», Mary Ann Good. 

TIIICIK CIUM)i;i'-N WKUF, : .-■"•', 

1. Fanny Wakukn", b. iii Moline, 111., Miirch 7, 1871. " ' ' 

2. John Good'-', b in >.[i>liiif, HI., Feb. 5, ly73. ■ • :•:■ • 

3. JoSKi'ii Waiikkn", 1). ill Moliiu;, hi., Nov. 2«, 1S74. 

4. Maky JoHEPiiiNic'*, b. ill Moliue, HI., May 20, 187'J. 

" William Carey", the fDuitli child of Rev. ]lciu]>eii'' and 
Abhy demons (Bognian) Morey, horn in North Attlc- 
boroLigli, Ma.s.s., May 23, 184,'i ; prejiared for ccdl('g(^ at 
Middlehurj' Acadeni}', AV^yoming, N. Y , and entered the 
Univer.sity of Kochester in liSlil. At the close of the ' 
Frcslinian year, he enlisted in tlie. 130th Keoiinent of New 
Y(.)rk Volunteers (which regiment was ai'terwards changed 
to the 1st N(MV York Dragoons). Aj)poinled second lieu- 
tenant, 1863 ; promoted to (irst lieutenant and captain, 
18(54 ; brevetted major and lieutenant-colonel, 1805. Served 
with this regiment until the close of the war ; during the 
last two years being in the cavalry corps of Gen. »Sheridan. 
A\'as engaged in the siege of Sulfolk, in the battles of the 
Wilderness, Todd's Tavern, S|)ottsylvania, Yellow Tjivern, 
Meadow IJridge, Ilawes Shop, Cold Harbor, Trevillian 
Station, Newtown, Smithfield, Cetlar Creek, Dinwiddle 
Court House, Five Forks, Saihn- Creek, and was ^iresent 
at the surrender of Lee at Appomattox Court House, 
Aprd 9, 18(;5. 

"This regiment captured, during the war, nineteen pieces 
of artillery, fifteen hundred and thirty-tliree jirisoners, ami 
four battle-ilags. At the close of the war, he re-entered the 
University of Rochester; was graduated in 18G8, with the 
fii'st honors of the class. He pursued studies in the follow- 
ing year in the Rochester Theological Seminary ; was 
appointed tutor of Latin in the University of Rochester, 
1809 ; professor of history and English literature in Kala- 
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literature in tljo Univorsity of Rochester, 1<S72 ; })role.-sor 
ol" Latin and history, 1877 ; and [jroi'es.sor of liistory and 
j)olitical science in tlie same univt'rsity, 1.S8I). 

"In 1884 he published a work entitled 'Outlines of 
Konian Law,' which is used as a text-l)ook in many colleges 
of this count r}'. 

" Durin<' the summers of 188G and 1887 he travelled in 
Eurojie ; the former year in Ireland, England, and France, 
and the latter year in Belgium, Southern (ierman}^ Switz- 
erland, and the principal cities of Itidy, including Florcmce, 
Rome, and Xaples." 

Mr. ^lore}^ still holds a professorship in the University of 
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Frances Bog^ian'^, the tifth child of Rev. Reuben^ and 
A))!)}^ demons (lUjgman) Morey, was graduated from 
JNIiddlebury College, A\'yoming, N. Y., in 18(55, and then 
taught mathematics in Almira Female College, Greenville, 
111., for one year. At the expiration of the term, she 
taught ill Dearborn Female Seminary, Chicago, 111., until 
her marriage, July 2(), 1871. In the year 1879 she wa^ 
elected treasurer of the AVoman's Bai)tist Foreign Mission- 
ary Society of the AVcst, and served in that ollice five years. 
She married Frederick Augustu.s Smith. 

The following extract is taken from an article in the 
Chicago Graphic, of Jan. 18, 180O : — 

" Frederick A. Smith, the choice of the Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation for its president, is one of the oldest and most con- 
spicuous members of the bar. Born at Norwood Park, Cook 
County, 111., 1844, he is still in the prime of life and the 
fidness of strength. After a due preparatory course in the 
l)ul)lic school:, of Chicago, he entered the Chicago University, 
and was pursuing liis studies there, when, in l8()o, be enlisted 
as a private in the lolth Regiment of Illinois ^'olunteer», 
and participated in the Kentucky and ^Missouri campaigns 
until his reoiment was mustered out of service. Eesuming 



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his studies at the University, at the close of the war, he was 
graduated with high honors, 1800. Clioosing tlie prot'essicju 
of the hiw, he pursued a course of study in the Unicni 
College of Law, Chicago, and ui)on his graduation, he was 
admitted to the bar. 

" Prior to this, as a clerk in the law olHce of Bates & 
Towsley, he had made himself familiar with the forms of 
law procedure and practice in the courts of law and the 
practicid application of the \ix\v to business allairs. Upon 
admis>ion to the bar, he formed a partnershij) ^vitli Mr. 
C. C. Kohlsaat, under the tirm name of Smith & Kohlsaat, 
which continued until 1872. 

" By industry and studious attention to his professional 
studies, Mr. Smith has achieved an enviable success and 
prominence, and has gathered around him a large and 
reliable clientage. As a member of the Union League Club, 
he has taken a quiet but earnest interest in the work of the 
Club. lie is, also, a member of the Law Club, one of the 
best and most successful organizations in this city. In 
1887 he was chosen president of the Law Club, and at the 
expiration of his term of otiice, was re-elected to the same 
positii>n. He is now the senior member of the law Ih'ni of 
Smith, llehner & Moulton. 

"lie has been prominently identilied with educational and 
benevolent enterprises. The esteem in which he is held in 
his own profession is sustained by his general reputation as 
a gentleman of ability, culture, and unswerving integrity. 
Li politics, a stanch Kepublican, he has never aspired to 
political distinction ; devoting himself to the practice of his 
profession with earnestness and perseverance, as atfording 
the best field for the develoi)ment of his best abilities." 

He is one of the trustees of the Baptist Theological Semi- 
nary, of Chicago, and one of its executive connnittee ; 
secretary of the Theological Union, and one of the trustees 
of the University of Chicago. 



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Edwakd Ives'^, the sixth child of liev. Keuben'' niul Ahhy 
Cleiiiona (IJognuni) JMorey, was ))oni in lloiiierj Couiliaml 
,, . ; County, N. Y., July 21, i«47. 

Ill .V; Ho commcncod his studies at AVyoming Academy, and 

then took a three years' course at the Normal School, iS\jr- 

mal. III., and supplemented these terms with a j)artial course 

••' " at the University of Chicago. He has represented the third 

' ' ward of ^^'hite^vater, as connnon councilman, for tive coi;- 

' ' ■; secutive years; is a member of the two frateruid insurance 

• ' '■ societies, the Ancient Order of United Workmen and the 

Modern A\'oodmen of America. 
^* April 14, 1881, he married Emma Clare Cook, at White- 

■ '•'■ water, Wis. 

'.^. , -■ TlIEIIi CHILDREN WKKIC : 

■i'v; 1. Wn.M.vM Co^)K^ b. in Whitewater, Jan. 2, 1885. ' ' "' 
i, ., 2. Hugh CuoK^ b. in Whitewater, Dec. 14, 188G. 

James r.\TTi.soN", the seventh child of the Rev. lleuhen^ 

: ; ,w and Ann Clemons (Hogman) ^lorey, w;is born in Wyoming, 

• N. Y., Aug. UJ, 1850. He pursued the usual course of 

. '^^ ' studies at the Illinois State Normal University, of Blooming- 

^'' * , ton, 111., and at the University of Chicago. 

-'^ ^ He married Nettie Irene Metcalf, at Darlington, Wis., 

"'■ ' Oct. 4, 187(5, and has one child : 

■"'■ ' Maud MetcaU'', b. in Darlington, July 9, 1877. 
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He is now a })harnuicist in Storm Lake, Iowa ; a nuMnber 

of the Common Council of that place, and a thirty-second 

degree Mason. 

Helen Ann Goss^, the eighth child of Rev. Reuben^ and 
Abby Clemons (Bogman) Morey, was born in Wyoming, 
. N. Y., Feb. 20, 1853. She married William F. Palmer, at 
Ahnapee, Wis., Dec. 20, 1877. 

TIIEIK CHILDREN WERE : . 

1. Bernard MoRli:Y^ b. in Ahnapee, Wis., Oct. 2, 1878. 

2. Florence Addle**, b. in Ahnapee, Wis , Sept. 5, 1881. 

3. I'liiLip^ b. December, 18s'J. ; 



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AVilliam F. Palmer was born in Kacine, Wis., Jan. 29, 
1859. lie now resides in Neenah, Wis., of which jihicehe has 
held tlu! i)ostnKuslorshi[), and now is Iho snptiinlcndent of 
the INlntual Life insniaiice ageneies of Wisconsin. 

Charles FKEEMA^■^ the ninth child of the Kev, Reuben'' 
and Abby demons (Uognian) Morey, was bom in Wyoming, 
N. Y.. Nov. 17, 1<S54. He was graduated from Chicago 
University, in the class of 1879, and is a member of the 
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He studied law, and was 
admitted to the Chicago bar in 1882 ; practised in that city 
until 1886, when he removed to Hastings, Neb., where he 
is meeting with marked success, and is a prominent mem- 
ber of the legal professi(m. 

He married June 27, 1888, Anna Mary Kiordan, who was 
born in Cidumbus, Ohio, Oct. 12, 1859. • > \ \; 



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Clive Riokdan', b. ill Chicago, Dec. 22, 1885. ^ . , ^ 

Addie Lavinia«, the tenth child of Kev. rvcu))en^ and 
Abl)y demons (Bogman) Morey, was born in Arcade, 
N. Y., Nov. 14, 1857 ; was graduated from Carroll College, 
Waukesha, AVis., 1877 ; married Henry Overbeck, Jr., July 
15, 1885, and is now living in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., where 
Mr. Overbeck is in the insurance business. , 

Lucy MoKSE^ the eleventh, and youngest, child of the 
Rev. Reuben^ and Abby Clemons (Bogman) Morey, was born 
in Wyoming, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1859; was graduated from 
Carroll College ; married George Decatur Fellows, of Racine, 
111., Oct. 11, 1881. 

Tincni CHILDKEN WEKli: : 

1. CiiAKLics Ajithuu ]Moulcv^ b Awii. 6, 1882. 

2. Fked Yates", b. July 20, 188G. 

George Decatur Fellows was born in Racine, 111., Aug. 
20, 1858 ; he is engaged in the insurance and slii[)ping 



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business ; is a memljer of the First Baptist Cluuch ; is a doa- 
con in that society, and its treasurer. 

INIklinda'^, the third daughter of Saniuer'' and Mary (Free- 
num) Morey, married Oct. 4, 1627, at Fabiiis, X, Y., Jaujes 
JMoore Caui})bell. 

TUKUt CnU^DRKN WV.KK : 

1. Edwin Ruthvkn*, b. March 2'J, 1829. 

2. Lavinia\ b. April 12, 1831. . : - ■ 

3. Almuia'*, b. March 21, 1833. 

4. Jane MAIUA^ b. Au^'. 25, 1835. 

5. Fkancis Hknuy^, b. June 23, 1838. ■ ' '"' ' 
(!. IMaijy .^II!:Ll^■L>A^ b. June 27, 1840. ; . ■ ; ■. ^ ; ■, ■ 

7. AmI'XIa EMZAiiETii**, b. April K!, 1843. ,,., ; ,i, 

8. OSCAU JAMKS^ b. April 27, 184G. 

9. CuKiiiNNE Eugenia*, b. Sept. 22, 1851. 

1. Edwin Ruthven^, born in Cuba, N. Y., iNIarch 29, 
1821); was graduated from Alfred University; became a 
teacher; died at AUion, Wis., Nov. TJ, 1800; lumiarried. 

2. Lavinia", born in Cuba, N. Y., A[)ril' 12, 1831; a 
graduate of Alfred University; married in Culta, N. Y., 
Daniel D. Pickett, Dec. 4, 1851. 

TIIEIIi CllILDHEN WKKE : 

1. Angelo Campijrll^, b. in Alfred, N. Y., June IG, 1851); married, at 

Columbus, Neb., Lois Hannah Reed, Aug. 13, 1883, autl had one 
child: 

Kuril Counell'\ b. in Columbus, Neb., June 2G, 1880. 

2. FicANCis Ei)WiN», b. in Ravenna, Ohio, Nov. 13, 1807; d. at Plaintleld, 

N. Y., March 15, 1809. 

Melinda'^ (Morey) Campbell was a woman of strong charac- 
ter, who exercised a marked power for right in the comuni- 
nity where she dwelt. Her husband, James jNIimk-c Cami)- 
bell, was one of the pioneers of Western New York, and was 
a man of keen perceptions and line; abilities. She died INIay 
24, 188(); he died April 27, 187(5. 



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3. Almika*^, I)Oiu in Cuba, N. Y., March 21, IH'.Vd ; nuir- 
riod at C'uIki, July 15, 18(!3, Edward Jieecher Mabcni. 

THKIK cnil.DKEN WERE : 

1. Edwakd Cajipuell", b. in Uaveuna, Ohio, Nov. 17, 18G4 ; was gnidu- 

ated at Harvard University, and is now in tiie Caiubridi^e T.uw 
Scliool. 

2. Maud Mason'*, b. in Ravenna, Oliio, Feb. 15, 18C8; is a stiidijiit at 

Wellciley College, Mass. 

Alniira'' (Canipl)ell) Mason was graduated at Alfred Uni- 
vetsity; her hu.sl)and, Edward IJeecher Mason, after his 
graduation by Andover (Mass.) Theohjgical Seminary, was 
pastor over the parishes of Kavenna, Oiiio, Jndianapohs, 
Lid., Detroit, Mieh., Arlington, Mass., and Brunswieiv, Me. 

4. Jane MA^JA^ born in Cuba, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1835; 
married at Kavenna, Ohio, Dec. 28, 18()1, John Corychjn 
Ilutchins. 

TIIElIi ClirLDKEN WERE : 

1. Helen EuGENIA^ b. in Cu))a, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1865. 

2. Jexnie Caau-uell^, 1>. in Warren, Ohio, Aug. 2, 18(J7. 

3. 11oi:aoe CamimH'LL^, b. in Cleveland, Ohio, May 31, 18C9. 

4. John Francis*, b. in Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 14, 1871. 

5. Cahleton Caju'KELI,*, b. in Cleveland, Oliio, May 2;i, 1875. 

Jane Maria*^ (Campbell) Hutchins was a graduate of 
Alfred University ; her husband, John Corydon Ilutchins, a 
graduate of the Albany Law School, New York, is a promi- 
nent member of the bar in Cleveland, Ohio. 

5. Fkancis Henry'^, born in Cuba, N. Y., June 23, 
1838; married at Sierraville, Cal., March 5, 1873, Harriet 
Calista Hale. 

TIlEUt Cini.DKEN WERE: ' " "' ' *' 

1. Jamks HaiJ-.*, b. in Beckwith, Cal., July 25, 1874. 

2. Geohge IIENRY^ b. in Becl^with, Cal., Feb. 19, 1878. 

3. Charles Francis^, b in Beckwith, Cal., May 30, 1880. , >, . 

4. Cali.sta Turner^ b. in Beckwith, Cal., Jan. 10, d. June 2G, 1882. 






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6. Mahy Melinda'-, born in Cuha, N. Y., June 27, 
1840; man-ied iit Ueckwitli, C-d\., Nov. ii, LS71, Kdwanl 
Meioer. 

'.. / TIIEIU ClIll.OUKN \VE1;K; 

1. Kdwakd Hn.i.", I), in Beckwitli, Gal., Aiit^. 0, 1875. ' 

2. Ei.iZAitKTU Cami'IUCLl^, 1j. ill Beckwitli, Ciil., Dec. S, 187(J. 

3. KoiJKitr CA.MiMiKLi,", b. ill Bockwilli, Cal., .Viii^. H, 1878. 

4. Maky Amkma'^ Ij. ill Beckwith, Cal., .Vpril 18, 1882. 

5. Flavia El'Oicnia", b. ill Beckwitii, ("al , Jan. 1, Ls«l. 

Mary ^.Icliiula (Ciimpl)ell) Mercer wa.s a graduate of 
Alfred University ; died Jan. 14, 1««4; her husiiand, Kd- 
ward Mercer, died in San Franci.sco, Cal., Se[)t. o, 18^4. 

7. Ajielia Elizabeth^, horn in Culia, N. Y., April !(!, 
184o ; married Joseph E. Coleman, at jieckwith, Cal., May, 

KS87. 

8. O.scAU James*^, born in Cul»a, N. Y., April 27, 184(; ; 
married at Cleveland, Ohio, June 20, 187(5, l*^'ances Amelia 
Fuller. '1 ; • • 

TUKIR Cnn.DKKN WlCKi: : 

1. O.SCAU Ja>U';.s^, b. in Clevelaiul, Ohio, Aug. IG, 187!t. 

2. CuAULE.s Ful.I.EU^ 1). in Clevelaiul, Ohio, [)vv 28, 1883. . :..• 

O.scar James*^ Campbell was graduated by Michigan Uni- 
versity and by the Law School of that university, and is now 
a meiiiber of the Cleveland bar; his wife, Frances Amelia 
(Fuller) Cami)bell, was a graduate of the Cleveland Ladies' 
Seminary, and was one of the founders of the day nurseries 
that have been established in that city. 

y. CoKHiNNE Eugenia^ born Sept. 22, 1851 ; was grad- 
uated at the Ravenna High School ; married at liavenna, 
Ohio, Nov. 28, 1877, llalsey R. W. Hall ; he was proprietor 
and editor of a Rtiveima newsi)aper ; then went on the edito- 
rial stall' of the St. Paul Globe- is now managing editor of 
the St. Raul Dailt/ Mws. ]Mrs. Hall is a contributor to 
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Wai:i;en 15.', the youniie^t son of Sauuu!!'' and Mary 
(Freeinan) Morey, was l)oi'n in Fahius, N. Y., Ma}' 2i, 
1811; attended the district scliof)! at tliat jiiacc, and 
worked on the farm, aiding his father, dnring the sunnner ; 
attended school every winter until he was twenty years old, 
when ho varied the order by teaching daring the \vinter, 
until he determined to devote himself to the ministry. For 
this purpose, he entered the higher academic class in Hamil- 
ton Literary and Theological Seminary; gi'aduated 1S4(), 
and was ordained at Ca/enovia, N. Y., as an evangelist, 
and received an appointujent from the American liaptist 
Home Missionary Society to I)ul)U(iue, Iowa, llis route led 
him by way of the Erie Canal to Bullalo, N. Y., across the 
Lakes, and by stage-coach o^ or the prairies to Galena and 
to l)ubu(|ue. When he arrived, he decided to di\'ide his 
ministerial labors ))etween the two latter places. 

That same summer, he rode in an open lumber .wagon one 
hundred miles, in order to organize a church in Iowa City, 
and administered the rite of immersion to two converts, in 
the Iowa Iviver. 

On his return, he performed this same service for four 
members of the Galena church, amongst whom was the a\ ife 
of the governor, Mr. Dodge, who travelled titty miles, from 
Madison, to avail herself of this privilege. 

Sept. 2, 1841, he married Sarah Crandall, a graduate of 
Mrs. iMuma AVillard's famous school, in Nt!\v York City. 
He was then commissioned to Iowa City, as a missionaiy of 
the American Baptist Home Missionary Society, and labored 



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1. 0SCK0LA.C.^ b. Oct. '29, 1843; d. Aug. 21, 1845. 

2. Ciiaui.es Reuben^, b. April 4, 1846. 

3. Ceu.v E.^ b. Sept. 14, 1851 ; d. June 14, 1874. 
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(Cniiulall) Morey, nuuricd Maiy K. KiiikiiiJ, at Des ^loiues, 
Iowa, June 2o, 1873. 

Edcjak B.*^, the fourth child of Warren B.'' and Sarah 
(Crandall) Moroy, married llattie A. Slocuui, at Hamilton, 
N. Y., Jan. 31, 1882. 

Edwin G.^, the youngest son of Warren B.' and Sarah 
(Crandall) Morey, married Lucy Henderson, at Ivoek Island, 
HI., April '26, 1888. 

Zidania'^, the only daughter of Samuel*^ and Ruth (Elnics) 
Morey, married Otis Reed, at Cazenovia, N. Y., and had 
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Adams, Benjamiu Frauklia 


8, 'J 


Bates, 


7 


Adams, lieaiiett D. 


8 


Bennett, Sarah 


8 


Adams, Charles F. 


8 


Bogman, Abby demons 


15 


Adams, Clara Elizabeth 


9 


Bourne, Hannah 


3 


Adams, Cora E, 


9 


Bresley, Luperlie E. 


8 


Adams, Edgar E. 


9 


Buinpas, Hannali 


3 


Adams, Ephraim 


8, 11 


Butts, Alfred W. 


13 


Adams, Ephraim, Jr. 


8 


Ikitts, Corine 


13 


Adams, Eva Luriiuia 


9 


Butts, Edgar Martin 


13 


Adams, Frauds 


11 


Butts, Edna Maud 


13 


Adams, Frauk Morey 


9 


Butt.s, Eva 


13 


Adams, George Byron 


18 


Butts, Florence 


13 


Adams, Harry 


8 


Butts, Francis A. 


12 


Adams, Hugh i, 


8 


Butts, Hon. Martin 


12 


Adams, James Byron 


8, 10 


Butts, Martin A. 


13 


Adams, Jane Amelia 


8,9 


Butts, Theodore J. 


13 


Adams, Jessie 


11 


Campbell, Almira 


22 


Adams, Life E. 


9 


Campbell, Amelia Elizabeth 


22, 24 


Adams, Lucy Frost 


8, 10 


Canii)ljell, Calista Turner 


23 


Adams, Marion 


9 


Campbell, Charles Francis 


23 


Adams, Mary Louise 


8, 9 


Campbell, Charles Fuller 


2i 


Adams, Mary Morey 


8 


Campbell, Corrinue Eugeuia 


22, 24 


Adams, Oscar Miles 


11 


Campbell, Edwin Buthven 


22 


Adams, Oscar Mortimer 


8, 10 


Campbell, Francis Henry 


22, 23 


Adams, Sanmel Morey 


8, 11 


Canii)bell, George Henry 


23 


Adams, Thomas Jetlersou 


8 


Campbell, James Hale 


23 


Barrows, Donald Adams 


10 


Campbell, Jane Maria 


22, 23 


Barrows, Harry Francis, Jr. 


10 


Campbell, Lavinia 


22 


Barrows, Helen 


10 


Campljell, Mary Melinda 


22, 24 


Barrows, Louis Daggett 


10 


Campbell, Oscar James 


22. 24 


Barrows, Maud 


10 


Daggett, Eunice Eudora 


9 


Bartlett, Mary (Foster) 


3 


Daggett, Flora Eugenia 


9 


Bartlett, Mary (Warren) 


3 


Daggett, Florence Jane 


10 


Bartlett, Robert 


3 


Daggett, Frances Adams 


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Daggett, Ilamlcl NapLliali 'J 

Daggett, Jane Amelia (Adams) 10 

Daggett, Lucy Frost (Adams) 10 

Dean, Dr. William 13 

Dodge, Governor 

Elmes, Mrs. lliilli 

Fellows, Cliark-s Arthur Morey 

Fellows, Freil Yate.s 

Fellows, George Decatur 

Foster, Mary 

Foster, lliehard 

Freeman, Lucinda 

Freeman, Mary 

Fuller, Frances Amelia 

Gauss, Lurinda J. 

Gibbs, E. Darwin 

Goddard, Helen Uutli 

Good, Mary Anne 

Gorton, Rev. llezekiah 

Gorton, Mary I. 

Gridley, 

Hale, Harriet Calista 

Hall, Halsey II. W. 

Hallock, I5ertha ;: 

Halmer, 

Heath, Elizabeth 

Heath, Isaac 

Henderson, Lucy 

Hitchius, Carleton Campbell 

Hitchins, Helen Eugenia 

Hitchius, Horace Campbell 

Hitchins, Jennie Campbell 

Hitchius, John Covydon 

Hitchins, John Francis 

Hitchins, Jaue Maria (Campbell) 

23 

Johnson, John 2 

Johnson, Margery 

King, Edith U. 

Kingsley, John 

Kinkaid, Mary K. 

Kinney, Anna C. 

Kohlsaat, C. C. 

Lewis, Annie Louise 

Loomis, Dr. J. T{. 

Mason, Almira (Campbell) 



7 

21 

21 

21 

3, 7 

3 

4 

7 

24 

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10 

17 

4 

4 

6 

23 

24 

11 

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2 
20 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 



Mason, Eilward ISeechcr 
Mason, Edward Cauiiibell 
Mason, Mautl 
Mercer, Eihvanl 
Mercer, Edward Hill 
Mercer, Elizaljctli Campbell 
Mei'cer, Flavia Eugenia 
Mercer, Mary Amelia 
Mercer, Mary Meliuda (Cam 



Mercer, Robert Campbell 
Metcalf, Nettie Irene 
Merrill, Ira 
Merrill, Marion 
Merrill, Mary 
Merrill, Polly 
Merrill, Silas 
Merrill, Silas, Jr. 
INIorey, Addie Lavinia 
Morey, Anne IMaria 
Morey, Asa 
Morey, Athleeu 
Morey, Benjamin 
Morey, Bethiah 
Morey, Betsey 
Morey, Celia E. 
Morey, Charles Freeman 
Morey, Charles Reuben 
Morey, Clarence G. 

Morey, Clive Riordan 

Morey, Cornelius 

Morey, Daniel 

Morey, Eilgar B. 

Morey, Edward Ives 

Morey, Edwin 

l\lorey, Edwin G. 

M(jrey, Elias W. 

IMorey, Eliza A. 

Morey, Eliza Jane 

INIorey, Elizabeth 

Morey, Ellen 

Morey, Emily 

Morey, Eudora C. 

Morey, Ezra 

Morey, Fanny Warren 

Morey, Frances Bogmau 



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23 

23 

23 

23 

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23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

15, 22 

8 

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25 

15, 21 



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I\[orey 

JSlorcy 

Moroy 

Morey 

Moroy. 

Morcy, 

Morey 

Morey, 

Morey 

Morcy 

Morey 

Morey 

Rlorey, 

Morey 

Morey 

Morey, 

Morey 

Morey 

Morey 

Jlorey 

]\Iorey 

Morey. 

Morey 

Morey 

Morey, 

Morey 

Morey 

Morey 

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Mor 

Mor 

Mor 

Mor 

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rey 
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orey 
rey 
Morey 
Morey 
Morey 
Morey 
Morey 
Morey 
Morey 
]\Iorey 
Morey 
Morey, 



Franklin 

Gideon 

Hannah 

Helen Ann Goss 

Henry 

Hiram 

Horace 

Hugh Cook 

James Pattison 

John 

John Good 

Jonathan 

Joseph 

Joseph AVarreu 

Julian L. 

Lavinia 

Leonard 

Lewis 

Lucinda 

Lucy Jlorse 

Malinda 

Maria 

Marianne 

Mary 

Mary Josephine 

Maud Metcalf 

Mehitable 

Millieent 

iMortimer B. 

Norris 

Osceola C. 

Perry 

Peter 

Peter, Jr. 

Polly 

Reliance 

licnljcu 

Koger 

Samuel 

Sarah 

Sheperd 

Silas 

Sn.^annah 

Thankful 

Thomas 

Warren B. 



6 
5 

3 

15, 20 

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G 

8 

' ■'• 20 

15, 20 

3 

17 

3, 4, 5, G 

7 

15, 17 



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4, 7 

15, 21 

7, 22 

3 

15 

2, 3, G 

17 

20 

3 

5 

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8 

25 

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4, 5 
4 
4 
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7 

1, 2, 3 
1, 7, 8, 2G 

5, G 
6 
3 

5, 6 

3 

2, 3, 4, 5 

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Morey, William 6 

Morey, William Carey 14, 15, 17 
Morey, AVilliam Cook 20 

Morey, William F. 8 

Morey, Zidania 7, 

Moulton, 

Murphy, Wyman 

Overbeek, Henry, Jr. 

Paine, Stephen 

Palmer, Bernard Morey 

i'almer, Florence Addie 

Palmer, Philip 

Palmer, William F. 

Pardee, Edward L. 

Pardee, Helen M. 

Parkes, William 

Pickett, Angelo Campbell 

Pickett, Daniel ]). 

Pickett, Francis Edwin 

Pickett, lluth Cornell 

Kathburu, Sarah 

Heed, Lois Hannah 

Keed, Otis 

liced, Reuben 

Rice, Nellie 

Rice, Shelbie 

li'ichardsou, Angeline 

Riordau, Ann Mary 

Riordau, Clive 

Rude, Emerson W. 

Rude, Ida Mary 

Rude, Theodore F. 

Rude, Theodore M. 

Sheperd, Mary 

Skelton, Rev. Mr. 

Slucum, Hattie A. 

Smedbcrg, W. R. 

Sn)ith, Frederick A. 18, 

Stoddard, Charles William 

Stoddard, Fraus Winnifrcd 

Stoddard, Lurinda Elvira 

S towers, 

Swift, Elizabeth 

T()^vsloy, 

Van Vecliton, Col. 
Wartield, Richard H. 



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20 

20 

20 

20 

9 

9 

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Watorbury, Alfred Nonis 
Waterbury, Alice Lucille 
Watcibury, ArLlmr 
AVaterl)ury, Artliiir Baits 
Waterbury, Clara 
Waterbury, Edwin Morey 
Waterbury, Epliraiiu 
Waterbury, Grace Adelle 
Waterbury, Ilaiiuali Ahuira 
Waterbury, Ilekii Gertrude 
Waterbury, Herbert 1{. 
Waterbury, Joel 



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12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

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12 
12 
12 



Waterbury, Mary Frank 12 

Waterl)ury, IJeuben Addison 12 

Waterbury, Robert iSlartin 12 

Waterbury, Sarah Luciuda 13 

Wayland, Dr. 13 

Westcott, Plia'be G 

AVheeler, Heber E. • 9 

Willvinson, Mary E. 9 

Willard, Mrs. Ennna 2.5 

Williams, Hoiier I. 2 

Youuians, Addison M. 7 

Youmans, Henry S. 7 



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