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INTRODUCTORY. 



To the descendants of Solomon Hakes and his wife Anna 
(Billings) Hakes; — It was after much hesitation that I finally 
decided to undertake the making of a limited genealogical 
record of the " Hakes " family, and I confess that nothing 
but the persistance of my friend, George B. Kulp, Esq., 
author of " Families of the Wyoming Valley," ever induced 
me to make the attempt Mr. Kulp had been for years 
engaged in sketching the biographies of the members of 
the Luzerne County bench and bar, and I can now under- 
stand the difficulties of his task, in trying to show how 
and from whom the bench and bar descended. In my own 
case, as in most of the others, he was furnished with scant 
reliable data. That left a large margin for what is called 
"knowledge and belief," especially the " belief." I had one 
undoubted fact to begin with. The Congregational Church 
Record of Stonington, Conn., shows that " Solomon Hakes 
and Anna Billings, of Stoningtqn, were united in marriage 
at Stonington, by the Rev. James Noyes, on the sixteenth 
day of January, A. D. 1718." My attention had also been 
directed to the Records of Windsor, Conn., by Royal 
Hinsman's "Record of the Names of Early Settlers," and by 
"Savage's Genealogical Tables" to the fact, that one, "John 
Hakes," settled at Windsor, Conn., in 1640, was married 

to Elizabeth , and resided there until 1659 or 1660, 

and had born to him there ten children, recorded in each 
instance H-a-k-e-s. T,he name being so very rare in this 
country, made it almost a necessary inference, that the 
said "John Hakes" was in some way the ancestor, or 



4 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

related to the Solomon Hakes who married at Stonington, 
and from whom aH of t the name of Hakes that I have 
been able to find in the United States are descended. 
I have thoroughly searched the Records of Windsor, and 
therein find in every instance except one, the name spelled 
H-a-k-e-s. In one instance it is H-a-y-k-e-s. John Hakes' 
name dropped from the record there in the year 1659, 
after selling most of his real estate. In 1662 or 1663 the 
record showed that Elizabeth, of Hadley, Mass-, widow 
of John Hakes, deceased, sold and conveyed the remainder 
of his real estate in Windsor, Conn. I then went to 
Hadley, Hampshire Co., Mass., and found the record of 
an agreement between parties of Hartford County, Conn., 
dated 1659, growing out of disagreements connected with 
the church, by which the signers agreed to remove from 
Hartford County and settle at Hadley, Mass., before April 
1660. Among the signers to this agreement, was John 
H-a-w-k-s. The Records and also the History of Hadley 
show that the John Hakes and his wife and ten children 
who are on the Records of Windsor for nearly twenty 
years as H-a-k-e-s, were the identical persons, who 
moved from Windsor, Conn., in 1659, or early part of 1660, 
and that from the time they arrived in Hadley to this day, 
they have been put upon the Public Records, and in fact 
have been known, and their descendants also, by the name 
of H-a-w-k-s or H-a-w-k-e-s. After the removal of 
the family to Hadley, the name was generally spelled 
H-a-w-k-s, but after John's death in the summer of 1662, 
the Record of the Probate Court (now at Northampton) 
spelled the name H-a-w-k-e-s. In the History of Hadley, 
by Sylvester Judd, there are genealogical tables made by 
Lucius Ballwood, of all the early settlers of Hadley. 
Therein is the family of John Hawks who came from 
Windsor, Conn., giving the names of his children, their 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 5 

ages and marriages. I would here express my obligations to 
George Sheldon, Esq., of Deerfield, Mass., for his kindness 
and assistance, and in giving me the benefit of his masterly 
knowledge and experience of the history of his vicinity. 
That the descendants of Solomon Hakes of Stonington, 
are not descended from the said John Hakes, Hawks, or 
Hawkes, of Windsor and Hadley, is absolutely certain. 
Without here giving the reasons (which are too lengthy), 
I do not hesitate to say that John Hawks or Hawkes was 
known by one of these latter names or indifferently by both 
before he settled in Windsor, Conn. Besides the name 
Hakes belonging to Solomon and his descendants, which 
has for two hundred years entirely escaped corruption or 
variation, there is one other place where it appears in 
this country, to wit : 

" Thomas Hakes died at James City, Virginia, between 
I April, 1622 and 16 February, 1623." Vide " Hutton 
Emigrants." For this memorandum I am indebted to 
Hon. Steuben Jenkins, and also for same memorandum to 
Rev. H. E. Hayden, Wilkes-Barre. — "Colonial records 
of Virginia/' February 16, 1623. What an investigation of 
this might possibly lead to, I will leave some enthusiast 
for genealogical mining honors, to determine. I have been 
several times thr6wn off my track in my searches, by the 
possessive "s" attached to the German name "Hake." 
Also by another German name "Haker." There is also 
an English name Hake, but I have not discovered that it is 
in any way connected with the name Hakes. 

The name " Hakes" in the United States, in so far as 
it has been possible to ascertain, originates or commences 
with Solomon Hakes, whose first appearance is in Westerly 
Rhode Island, in April, 1709. The Record of the Town 
Meeting held in that month shows that Solomon Hakes and 
some others were propounded to be made freemen, and at 



6 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

the next meeting Solomon was admitted a freeman and was 
allotted ioo acres of the vacant land the same as the other 
freemen. (Westerly Records). In November, 1709, Richard 
Chapman, of Stonington Conn., deeded to Solomon Hakes, 
of Westerly, a tract of land lying in what is now known as 
North Stonington. There is also a deed of land in Stoning- 
ton made by Chapman also in 1710, and another in 171 1 to 
Solomon Hakes, of Stonington. This indicates that between 
November, 1709, and Feb'y I, 17 10, Solomon Hakes moved 
from Westerly to Stonington. Another fact to establish 
this is a memorandum in the Stonington Records, " that 
the town meeting of Stonington in January, 17 10, prescribed 
an ear mark for the stock of Solomon Hakes." From these 
facts it is reasonable to assume that in 1709 Solomon Hakes 
was not less than 2 1 years old, so that he was born not later 
than 1688, and was a man of liberal means for that period. 

The questions, where did Solomon Hakes hail from on 
his arrival at Westerly ? or who was his father ? remains 
unanswered. As I do not find the name Hakes previous to 
this, I feel reasonably warranted in the opinion that he had 
recently arrived in the country. 

I have thoroughly consulted the " Ancient Records of 
Stonington and Westerly." The indexes are very imperfect 
and often misleading. Many matters are not indexed and 
others wrongly indexed. The records at Westerly are very 
certainly, not original, as inspection will amply prove. Solo- 
mon Hakes is not indexed in the records there. The 
whole body of the old records must be searched. 

Some of the records shown at Stonington may be orig- 
inal, but only a fraction of the matters that were properly 
recordable are to be found. As a single instance take the 
record of " Richard Hakes* family." The record credits 
him with two children, yet he had born there to him thir- 
teen children. 



THE HAKES FAMILY. J 

The ancient burying grounds in the vicinity have been 
thoroughly searched and their records have been used to fix 
dates and relationships. I must here acknowledge my ob- 
ligations to Hon. Richard Wheeler, of Stonington, for much 
valuable information as to the early history of the Hakes 
families. Persons of the same name now living, who were 
born in the earlier years of the present century, as well as 
four who were born previous to 1800, have been seen and 
consulted as to their knowledge of the early history of the 
families. Since Solomon Hakes settled in Stonington in 
1709, to this day, some of the name have continued to re- 
side there, keeping alive the early legends of the family, 
although quite oblivious as to what became of those who 
had removed. Lastly, all the old family Bible records have 
been searched, one reaching back as far as 1750. 

From all the aforenamed sources, and the more recent 
family records, the results are obtained which form the basis 
of the following genealogical tables. After a very diligent 
attempt to adjust conflicting dates, it is quite probable that 
errors remain undiscovered. Nor is it pretended that all of 
the names have been found. There most certainly are sev- 
eral families who have not been obtained. 

There are many blanks that I think might have been 
filled. The records are such as have been furnished. The 
time has arrived when I have promised to close my labors 
in this investigation, and publish the results. 

I have only made my tables in the paternal line, as to 
carry those out in the female line would be the work of 
years. Many thanks to those who have been prompt to 
furnish me with what information they possessed. 

To those who ponder as to a motive to make a record of 
this kind (quite too long neglected), I trust the receipt of a 
copy, free of expense, postage paid, will be a consoling an- 
swer. 



8 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

Until within the last few days I have been unable to say 
anything definite as to the ancestry of Miss Anna Billings, 
who married Solomon Hakes. 

I have just received a letter from the Hon. Charles Bil- 
lings, of Billingsbridge, Ontario, Canada, who has made the 
genealogical tables of the Billings family, who says : " Anna 
Billings was born at Stonington, Conneticut, October 7th, 
1 68 1. Her mother's maiden name was Anna Comstock, 
and her father's name was Ebenezer Billings." Ebenezer 
Billings was the second child of William Billings, who came 

from England about 1640, married Mary , and settled 

at Stonington. The English ancestors reach back to A. D. 
1420. Anna Billings-Hakes was the eldest child of Eb- 
enezer and Anna Comstock-Billings. 

One word more. In looking over the following tables and 
making your first acquaintance with some hundreds of rela- 
tions, by blood, from a common ancestor, may it inspire a 
right hearty and generous effort for a more immediate ac- 
quaintance at a general gathering of the families — a union 
of hearts and hands in the near future. 

I am induced to publish now what has been obtained 
with much labor, and subject to many difficulties, in order 
to certainly preserve many matters that might become irre- 
trievably lost. It is possible but not very probable that I 
may undertake to ascertain the ancestry of Solomon Hakes 
whom we are now obliged to call thjt " first generation." 

HARRY HAKES. 
Wilkes-Barre, Dec. 21, 1886. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED. 
b. Born. m. Married.' 

res. Residence or Resided. d. Died. 

? Probable. gen. Generation. 

oce. Occupation. 



INTRODUCTION TO THE FOLLOWING GENEA- 
LOGICAL TABLES, SHOWING THEIR 
SOURCES. 



THE CHILDREN OF (i) 

i Solomon Hakes, 1 and Anna (Billings) Hakes. 



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I George Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1719,.^ 
Lived and died there ; date unknown ; 
farmer, m. Joanna ? or Hannah Jones May 
l 5> 1 739- (Stonington Record). 

II Mary Hakes, b. at Stonington, 1721, ? tn. Eb- 
enezer Darling, of Rhode Island, February 
25, 1745 ; married by Thomas Steere, Jus- 
tice of the Peace. (From the Old Smith- 
field Records, R. I.) 

gj n 4 III Jonathan Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1724, 
t occ> farmer; Lived and died at Stoning- 
ton; d. 1778; m. Hannah F. Brown, 
daughter of Jonathan Brown, of Westerly, 
Rhode Island, November 23, 1752; mar- 
ried at Westerly by B. Smith, Justice. (Re- 
corded in Town Records, Westerly, Janu- 
ary nth, 1753, by Silas Greenman, Town 
Clerk). 

THE children of (2) 

George Hakes, 2 son of Solomon 1 and Hannah or 
Joanna. ? 



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I Richard Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., April. 
8th, 1 74 1, was a soldier in the Revolution- 
ary war ; occ. farmer. He accumulated 
quite a fortune, and had intended after the 
war to invest largely in land in Central 
New York. But his Continental money or 
script became worthless, and so he remained 
in Stonington until he accumulated a suf- 
ficient sum of money to remove to Pitcher, 
Chenango County, New York, about the 
year 1800, where he purchased a large 
amount of land, upon which he settled with 
his large family, and where he died in 1815. 
He married Mary Babcock at Stonington, 
Conn., August 11, 1763, and, as will be 
seen further on, had thirteen children. 

g * n 6 II Solomon Hakes, b. January 20, 1743 ; d. Oc- 
tober 27, 1773, and his stone monument is 
at North Stonington. 

g f n 7 III Hannah Hakes, b. Februarys 1745. No fur- 
ther record obtained. 

g * n 8 IV Olive Hakes, b. December 12, 1849. No fur- 
ther record. 

gen 9 V George 5. Hakes, b. January 27th, 1751. Left 
Stonington, and in 1770 to 1780 was set- 
tled in Berkshire County, Mass., but in what 
town cannot now be ascertained. Most, if 
not all, his seven children were born there. 
He removed from Berkshire to Herkimer 
County, New York, in 1793, and died prob- 
ably about 1826 at Salsibury, Herkimer 
County. He married Zurvia Church, a de- 
scendant of Captain Church, in 1774, but 
at what place cannot now be ascertained. 
Occ. farmer. 



THE. HAKES FAMILY. 1 1 

*» ia VI Jatnes Hakes, b. March 25, 1752, at Stoning- 
ton, and moved when a young man to 
Western Massachusetts, and from there 
into Central New York, where he probably 
died ; date unknown. He married Martha 
Adams, May 15, 1774; probably in Berk- 
shire County, Mass. His children and de- 
scendants will be found in the last table of 
this pamphlet. 
The Hakes's thus have for a* common ancestor Solomon 
Hakes. Next the two sons of Solomon, to wit, George 
and Jonathan, brothers. But as the living descendants are 
in fact the direct posterity of either Jonathan, or of the sons of 
his brother George, to wit, Richard, George S. and James, it 
will be more convenient and more easily understood by the 
various families if we separate the descriptive tables into 
four parts. Therefore we will take up first the descendants 
of Jonathan, second the descendants of Richard, third the 
descendants of George S., and lastly the descendants of 
James. 

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE DESCENDANTS OF (4) 

Jonathan Hakes,* son of Solomon, 1 and Hannah F. 

g * n 11 I Caleb Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1753; 

m. Sybil ; occ. farmer and miller; 

moved to Petersburg, Rensselaer County, 
New York, 1780; d. March 27, 1839. 
(Tombstone Record.) 

g * n 12 II George Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1758 ;• 
m., first, Content Main, September 30, 1779, 
at Stonington ; second, Lucy Crandall, at 
Petersburg, New York, 1803. Occ, farmer; 
d. 1825 t. 

gen x 3 m Lucretia Hakes, b. at Stonington, 1760 ? tn. 
Walter Werden, of Stonington. 



12 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

g ? n 14 IV Jesse Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1762 f 
moved to Petersburg 1780; m. about 1788 
Emily Brown ? ; was a farmer and a soldier 
in war of 181 2, and died in the army. His 
descendants will be found further on. 

gen l S V Jonathan Hakes, Jr., b. at Stonington, Conn., 
1765 f. No further record. 

g? n 16 VI Jabez Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1768 K 
No further record found of him. 

g* n 17 VII Nathan Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1770 
?. Moved to Petersburg, New York, 1780 ; 
m. Polly Wedon, and finally moved to 
Delphi or DeRuyter, New York, and died 
there. Date not ascertained. 

g* n 18 VIII Weeden Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., July 
29, 1 77 1 ; moved to Petersburg, Rensse- 
laer County, N. Y., 1780; m. Sybil Smith, 
1.792. Occ. farmer; d. July 6, 1845. (Monu- 
ment Record.) 
The above brothers moved from Stonington to Petersburg 

in 1780 with ox teams. 

THE CHILDREN OF (i l) 

Caleb Hakes, 8 son of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Sybil. 
I Dennison Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., Oc- 
tober 30, 1777; moved with his father to 
Petersburg, N. Y., in 1780 ; d. there ; date 
unknown ; m. Eunice Jones about 1 800 f. 

II Hannah Hakes, b. 1779 t\ d. date unknown; 
m. Pardon Wells about 1800 f, at Peters- 
burg, N. Y. 

III Rebecca Hakes, b. 178 1 f. No further rec- 
ord. 

IV Lewis Hakes, b. 1784 ?. No further record. 



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THE HAKES FAMILY. 1 3 

gfn 23 V Justus Hakes, b. at Petersburg, N. Y., 1786 
/ ; m. ; date of death not known. 

g* n 24 VI Clarke Hakes, b. 1789; d. at Petersburg, Au- 
gust 1, 1857 ; m - Ist » Fanny ; 2d, 

Lydia ; 3d, Sally ; all buried at 

Petersburg, N. Y. 

e tn 2 S VII Chapman Hakes, b. 1791 ; d. October 31, 
1 817, at Petersburg ; m. Martha . 

THE CHILDREN OF (l2) 

George Hakes, 8 son of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Content 

g * n 26 I Rebecca Hakes, b. at Petersburg, N. Y., Sep- 

tember 13, 1780. No further record. 

g * n 27 II Solomon Hakes, b. at Petersburg, September 
16, 1783 ; moved to Bradford County, Pa.; 
was a blacksmith ; d. date not given ; m. 
Renna Card. 

gj, 28 III Fanny Hakes, b. February 19, 1788. No fur- 
ther record. 

gen 29 IV Hannah Hakes, b. June 1, 1792. No further 
record. 

g?n 3° V Betsey Hakes, b. October 19, 1792. No more 
record. 

*en 31 VI Rhoda Hakes, b. July 1, 1796. 

gen 3 2 VII Jabez Hakes, b. 1799 at Petersburg; m - Ist > 
Hannah Lewis, November 9, 1822 ; res. 
Grafton, Rensselaer County, N. Y.; occ. 
farmer. Alive and well. Second wife, Lucy 
Crandall. 

8 tn 33 VIII Samuel Hakes, b. June 13, 1805. 

gi 34 IX Susan Hakes, b. at Grafton, Rensselaer 
County, N. Y., 1806. No further record. 



14 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF (17) 

Nathan Hakes, 3 of Jonathan/ of Solomon, 1 and 
Polly. 

gfn 35 I Nathan Hakes ; Jr., b. at Petersburg, N. Y., 

November 17, 1791 ; m. Phylinda Shaw 
April 26, 18 1 3, at Grafton, Rensselaer 
County; N. Y.; moved to Truxton, N. Y., 
1833, and to DeRuyter in 1853, where he 
d. March 28, 1877, a g e ^ 86 years. Occ. 
blacksmith. 

g* n 36 II George Hakes, b. at Petersburg 1793 ; m. Per- 
melia Hiscox about 18 1 5 t\ d. at Peters- 
burg ; date not given. 

gtn 37 HI William Hakes, b. at Petersburg 1793 ; twin 
brother to George ; m. Eunice Jones, 1813 ; 
d. at Paris, N. Y., May 14, 1846. 

gen 38 IV James Hakes, b. at Grafton 1795 /; m. Mary 
Clark ; d. at Petersburg ; date unknown. 
Occ. mechanic. 

^ 39 V Rensselaer Hakes, b. at Grafton 1797 ?\ m. 
Eunice Moon ; d. at Petersburg ; date un- 
known. 

g* n 40 VI Hannah Hakes, b. at Grafton 1799 /; m. E. 
Powers; d. Petersburg. 

gen 4 1 VII Louise Hakes, b. at Grafton 1801 ?\ m. Ebin 
Coomer ; d. Petersburg. 

* n 42 VIII Anna Hakes, b. at Grafton 1803 ?\ m. Gard- 
ner Babcock. The first three of the above 
children are down in their order and dates 
of birth are correct. The order of the 
others is uncertain. 

CHILDREN OF (14) 

Jesse Hakes, 8 son of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Emily. 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 1 5 

g tn 43 I Willet Hakes, b. at Petersburg, N. Y., 1789 ; 

m. Martha Oviatt 18 16; d. in Central New 

York ; date not obtained. Was in war of 

1812. 
g 4 n 44 II Jesse R. Hakes, b. 1791 at Petersburg, N. Y.; 

m. Catharine Jones November 30, 1843 ; d. 

date unknown. 
g * 45 III Myrenas Hakes, b 1793. No further record, 
gfn 46 IV Rensselaer Hakes, b. 1795. No further record, 
g*, 47 V Solomon Hakes, b. 1798. No further record. 
g * 48 VI Lucinda Hakes, b. 1800; tn. Wm. Ellsworth. 

CHILDREN OF (l8) 

Weeden Hakes, 8 son of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Sybil. 

gen 49 I Weeden Hakes, Jr., b. at Petersburg, N. Y., 

March 7th, 1798; m. Rebecca S. Peckham 
about 1820. Lived and died at Petersburg 
October 5, 1865. Occ. farmer. 

g 4 n 50 II Jeremiah S. Hakes, b. December 18, 1799, at 
Petersburg, N. Y.; m. Maria Smith Febru- 
ary, 1830 ; occ. banker. Lived and died at 
City of Troy, N. Y., October 5, 1867. 

g 4 n 51 III Seth E. Hakes, b. January 7, 1801, at Peters- 
burg; m. Hannah Allen; occ. farmer. 
Lived and died at Petersburg, N. Y., Oc- 
tober 5, 1845. 

52 IV Katy Hakes, b. August 24, 1802, at Peters- 
burg, N. Y.; d. 1803. 

53 V Electa Hakes, b. July 20, 1804; ^.October 
25, 1816. 

54 VI Delinda Hakes, b. January 18, 1806 ; m. Toll- 
man Spencer; d. March 12, 1851. 

55 VII Ira D. Hakes, b. December 4, 1809; d. No- 
vember 24, 1 8 10. 



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CHILDREN OF (19) 

Dennison Hakes, 4 son of Caleb, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of 

Solomon, 1 and Eunice. 
g ? n 56 I Hannah Hakes, b. at Petersburg, N. Y., about 

1805 ?. No further record obtained. 
g ? n 57 II Sybil Hakes, b. at Petersburg about 1808 ?. 

No further record obtained. 
g? n 58 III Esther Hakes, b. at Petersburg, about 18 10 ?. 

No further record obtained. 
g ?n 59 IV Polina Hakes, b. at Petersburg about 1812/. 

No further record obtained. 
^60 V Betsy Hakes, b. at Petersburg about 18 14 ?. 

No further record obtained. 
g * n 61 VI John D, Hakes, b. at Petersburg about 18 16 ; 

m. Betsy at Petersburg about 1837 ?. 

^ 62 4 VII Wesley Hakes, b. at Petersburg about 18 18 t. 

No further record obtained. 
g?n 63 VIII Samuel Hakes, b. about 1821 ?\ m. Almira 

Lewis about 1842 ?\ res, at Petersburg, 

N. Y. 
g * n 64 IX Parmalee L. Hakes, b. at Petersburg Septem- 

6, 1825 ; d. September 7, 1828. 

CHILDREN OF (23) 

Justus Hakes, 4 son of Caleb, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solo- 
mon 1 . 

g * n 65 I Susan Hakes, b. at Petersburg, N. Y., 1820; 

m. George W. Prosser; d. 

g J n 66 II Ruth Hakes, b. 1823 ; m. Reuben Green; 
both d. 1863. 

g ?n 67 III Sarah Ann Hakes, b. 1825 at Petersburg ; m. 
Samuel Ladieu. 

g f n 68 IV Caleb Hakes, b. 1829; tn. 1st, Mary Brew- 
ster ; 2d, Mary Rossau ; res. Albany, N. 
Y. Mechanic. 



THE HAKES FAMILY. IJ 

gfn 69 V Joshua L. Hakes, b. 1831 ; w. Elizabeth 
Hoovey about 1854 ?\ res. Lansingburg, 
N. Y.; d. 1886. 

gj n 70 VI Mary Jane Hakes, b. 1853; w. Alonzo Clif- 
ford; d. 1870. 

CHILDREN OF (49) 

Weeden Hakes, Jr., 4 son of Weeden, Sr., 3 of Jona- 
than, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Rebecca. 
I Ira D. Hakes, b. September 9, 1 82 1 , at Peters- 
burg, N. Y.; m. Hannah Powell October 
31, 1843. Occ. farmer. 
II Stephen S. Hakes, b. at Petersburg, N. Y., 
Aug. *j K 1824; d. Petersburg, June 19, 1846. 

III Joshua IV. Hakes, b. January 17, 1827; m. 
Phebe Maxon December 10, 1849; res - 
Grafton, Rensselaer County, N. Y. Occ. 
farmer. 

IV Leonard S. Hakes, b. December 24, 1828 ; m. 
Emeline Tilley June 14, 1865; res. Bruns- 
wick, Rensselaer County, N. Y. Occ. hotel. 

V Jeremiah Hakes, b. at Petersburg, N. Y., 
March 28, 1831 ; m. Harriet Dunham Feb- 
ruary 20, 1872; res. Grafton. Occ. farmer. 

76 VI Albert C. Hakes, b. at Petersburg June 27, 
1840; m. Permelia F. Hakes, daughter of 
Danforth Hakes, September 26, 1862; 
farm and hotel ; res. Petersburg, Rensselaer 
County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (32) 

Jabez Hakes, 4 son of George, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solo- 
mon^ 1 and Hannah. 

77 I Hannah K. Hakes, b. April 28, 1824, at 

Grafton, Rensselaer County, N. Y.; tn. Ira 

B. Ford about 1845 f\ res. Grafton, N. Y. 
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gSn 78 II Jabez C. Hakes, Jr., b. June 26, at Grafton, 
N. Y.; m. Lois Waite, Nov. 20, 1856; occ. 
grocer ; res. Commerce street, Troy, N. Y. 

gJn 79 III George L. Hakes, b. at Grafton, N. Y„ Sep- 
tember 9, 1828 ; m. Esther Jane Maxon ; d. 
March 27, i860, in Illinois. 

^ 80 IV Betsy Hakes, b. at Grafton July 15, 1831 ; m. 
Reuben S. F. Waite, 1854; res. Grafton, 
Rensselaer County, N. Y. 

81 V Nathan L. Hakes, b. at Grafton April 6, 1835; 
m. 1st, Waitey Matteson ; 2d, Arvilla F. 
Hull ; occ. blacksmith ; res. Grafton, Rens- 
selaer County, N. Y. 

82 IV Mercy J. Hakes, £.at Grafton April 12, 1838; 

d. August 23, 1842. 
g ? n 83 VII William H. Hakes, b. at Grafton, N. Y., Oc- 
tober 16, 1840; m. Mary D. Lock wood. 
Was Captain of Company " B," 125th Regi- 
ment, New York State Volunteers ; two 
years in the service. War between the 
States; res. Kansas City, Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF (51) 

Seth E. Hakes, 4 son of Weeden, 8 of Jonathan, 2 of 

Solomon, 1 and Hannah. 
gj n 84 I Warren A. Hakes, b. 1826 at Petersburg, N. 

Y.; d. September 17, 1845. 
£ 85 II Franklin Hakes, b. 1828 ? at Petersburg. No 

further record. 
g * n 86 III Harvey Hakes, b. 1830 ? at Petersburg. No 

further record. 
£ 87 IV Henry Hakes, b. 1832 t at Petersburg. No 

further record. 
g J n 88 V Seth Hakes Jr., b. 1834 t. No further record. 



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* n 89 VI Electa Hakes, b. 1836 ? at Petersburg, N. Y.; 
m. Thomas Armes, 1857 f. Lived and d. 
at Berlin, Rensselaer County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (24) 

Clark Hakes, 4 of Caleb, 8 of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 
and one of his wives, but can't say which. 
^90 I Orrin Hakes, b. 182a ?. No further record. 

CHILDREN OF (25) 

Chapman Hakes, 4 son of Caleb, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of 
Solomon, 1 and Martha. 
^91 I Mary Hakes, b. at Petersburg 1843; d. De- 

cember 16, 1844. 

children of (27) 

Solomon Hakes, 4 son of George, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of 

Solomon, 1 and Renna. 
gf n 92 I George Hakes, b. 1803 at Rensselaer County, 

N. Y.; m. Marian Rogers January, 1823; 

farmer ; moved to Bradford County, Pa., 

where he d. November 28, 1850. 
£ n 93 II Renna Hakes, b. 1805; m. Randall Burdick; 

dead. 
g J n 94 III Amy Hakes, b. 1807 ? J m - Henry Demon 

1828 f; res. in the State of New York. 
g? n 95 IV Aaron Hakes, b. 1809 t\ m. Molly Card; 

farmer ; res. Rensselaer County, N. Y. 

96 V Angeline Hakes, b. 181 1 ; m. Stephen Odell ; 
dead. 

97 VI David Hakes, b. 181 3; m. Elmira Davidson 
in 1836 ; occ. farmer ; res. Bradford Co., Pa. 

98 VII MUford C. Hakes, b.\%\$\m. Amelia Clark ; 
occ. farmer ; res. Bradford County, Pa. 

99 VIII Eliza Hakes, £.1817; m. William Wells ; res. 
Tennessee. 



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CHILDREN OF (35) 

Nathan Hakes, Jr., 4 of Nathan, Sr., 3 of Jonathan, 2 

of Solomon, 1 and Phylinda. 
g 5 n 100 I Stiles Hakes , b. at Grafton, N. Y., March 

21, 1 8 16; w.Sarah West, 1834; moved 

to Michgan and died there 1865. Occ. 

merchant. 
gf n 101 II Chauncey Hakes, 6. at Grafton September 1, 

1 8 17; m. Deborah Warren April 25, 

1849; res. DeRuyter, Madison County, 

N. Y. Occ. blacksmith. 
g* n 102 III Louisa Hakes, b. at Grafton October 22, 

1 8 19; m. Levi Blanchard December 27, 

1837; res. DeRuyter. 
£ n 103 IV Harriet E. Hakes, b. at Grafton May 13, 

1 82 1 ; m. Simeon Neal January 1, 1840; 

res. Syracuse, N. Y. 
g *j 104 V Emmercy Hakes, b. at Grafton August 13, 

1823; m. William Haliday February 5, 

1850; d. August S, 1858, at DeRuyter. 
8 fa l o$ VI Hosea Hakes, b. October 26, 1825; tn. 

Mary L. Walker April 28, 1855; occ. 

merchant; d. November 10, 1855, in 

Wisconsin. 

106 VII Marietta Hakes, b. at Grafton July 2, 1829; 
m. Lysander Pierce May 15, 1848; res. 
Tampico, Illinois. 

107 VIII Edna G. Hakes, b. at Truxton, N. Y., No- 
vember 5, 1836; m. Alvin M. Ball; res. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

children of (37) 

William Hakes, 4 son of Nathan, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of 
Solomon, 1 and Eunice. 





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109 II Almedia Hakes, b. at Petersburg, January 
27, 1 817; m. Alonzo Nichols March 27, 
1845 ; res. Oneida County, N. Y. 

no III Millicent Hakes, b. at Petersburg January 
18, 1820; m. W. H. Barnett January 27, 
1847; ^1883. 

in IV Mary Hakes, b. at Petersburg June 1 , 1 822 ; 
m. Ira H. Gillett September 8, 1852; d. 
September, 1876. 

CHILDREN OF (36) 

George Hakes, 4 of Nathan, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Permelia. 

3? n 112 I Danforth Hakes, b. 1819; m. Harriet M. 

Bates July 3, 1844; occ. former; res. 
Petersburg, Rensselaer County, N. Y. 

^113 II Fidelia Hakes, b. at Petersburg, 1822; m. 
Elijah S. Randall ; res. Petersburg, Rens- 
selaer County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (43) 

Willet Hakes, 4 of Jesse, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Martha. 
g f n 114 I Hezekiah Hakes, b. 1803 f; went West. No 

further record. 
g * n 115 II Luanda Hakes, b. 1805 - ? - 
Mary Hakes, b. 1807 '• 
Asina Hakes, b. 1809 f. 
Willet Hakes, b. 181 1 ?\ d. 1853. 
Martha Hakes, b. 181 3 ?. 
Entity Hakes, b. 1815 ?. 



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gf n 121 VIII Jesse R. Hakes, b. 1817; m. Catharine 
Jones November 30, 1843; res - Wheat- 
field; P. O., Williamston, Ingham County, 
Michigan. Farmer. 

^122 IX William Hakes, b. 18 19 f; went West. No 
further record. 

CHILDREN OF (l08) 

Halsey C. Hakes, 5 of William, 4 of Nathan, 3 of Jona- 
than, 2 of Solomon, 1 . 

1 22 J I John C. Hakes , b. at Oneida County, N. Y., 
1851. 

1 22 J II Florence M. Hakes, b. at Oneida County, N. 
Y., 1853. 

I22f III HatHe E. Hakes, b. at Oneida County, N. 
Y, 1856. 

children of (100) 

Stiles Hakes, 5 of Nathan, Jr., 4 of Nathan, Sr., 8 of 
Jonathan, 2 of Solomon,* and Sarah. 

gen 123 ID. S. Hakes, b. February 20, 1835, in Cen- 

tral New York. When about ten years 
of age moved with his father to Michi- 
gan, and about 1870, after his father's 
death, to California; occ. civil engineer; 
res. New Mexico Ty. 

g Jn 124 II 0. F. Hakes, b. September 23, 1842, in Cen- 
tral New York, was educated in Albany ; 
graduate of Albany Law School; has 
been in California since 1870; occ. at- 
torney at law ; res. Bodie, Mono County, 
California. 
As we go to press we received the Evening Miner, 

Bodie, California, in which the following announcement is 

made: 



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BY TELEGRAPH. 



O. F. Hakes Appointed Superior Judge. 



Sacramento, Dec. 14, 1886. — 2:30 p. m. 

Governor Stoneman, having received petitions from 
Mono County, signed by leading citizens, and supple- 
mented by other recommendations, he at once ordered that 
a commission issue to O. F. Hakes as Superior Judge of 
Mono County, vice R. .M. Briggs, deceased. 

[We move a committee of three be appointed to inform 
Lawyer O. F. Hakes that he is now Judge O. F. Hakes. — 
Ed. Miner.'] 

Judge Hakes assumed the duties of his position Decem- 
ber 17, 1886, and as soon as Court was declared opened he 
made, substantially, the following brief remarks : 

" In assuming the duties of the office of Superior Judge 
of Mono County, made vacant by the death of the late 
lamented Judge Briggs, it is with a full consciousness on 
my part of the responsibilities assumed as well as the 
obligations imposed. I fully appreciate that a public office 
is a public trust, and that the appointment or election to it 
is a delegation of the trust to the person appointed or 
elected for the time being. Offices are not established for 
the benefit of the office-holder, but for the benefit of the 
people. In performing the duties of the office I shall rely 
upon the faithful and cordial support of the members of the 
Bar, county officers, and all well disposed citizens generally, 
not only in the administration of the law, but in the promo- 
tion and carrying out of all needed systems of economy 
and reform. It will be my constant aim to do my whole 
duty without fear or favor, and I trust that my labors will 
be directed by sound intelligence, and with strict probity 
and impartiality to all, and for the best interests of all con- 
cerned." 



24 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF (iOl) 

Chauncey Hakes, 5 of Nathan, Jr., 4 of Nathan, Sr. , 3 

of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Deborah. 

g? n 1 25 I Frances hakes, b. at Cuyler, N. Y., February 

12, 1851; m. Frank Humphrey; res. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

children of (112) 

Danforth Hakes,* of George, 4 of Nathan, 3 of Jona- 
than, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Harriet. 

g ?n 1 25 J I Permelia F. Hakes, b. 1847 at Petersburg; 
m. Albert C. Hakes, 1861; res. Peters- 
burg, N. Y. 

g?n 1 25 J II Porter Hakes, b. 1850 at Petersburg; m 
Addie Adams, 1872; res. Petersburg, 
N. Y. 

children of (71) 

Ira D. Hakes, 5 of Weeden, Jr., 4 of Weeden, Sr., 3 of 
Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Hannah. 

gj n 1 26 I Phebe R. Hakes, b. at Petersburg October 1 5 

1848; d. October 15, 1852. 

g J B 127 II Bishop E. Hakes, £. at Petersburg July 20^ 
1850; m. Martha Finkle; d. October 15, 
1874, at Brunswick, N. Y. 
128 III Josephine Hakes, b. at Petersburg Novem- 
ber 7, 1858; m. Jason Campbell Decem- 
ber, 1878; res. Brunswick, N. Y. 

gj n 129 IV Dennison Hakes, b. at Petersburg January 
6, 1 861; m. Mary Brookner July 4, 
1885; res. Brooklin, N. Y. Farmer. 

children of (73) 

Joshua W. Hakes, 5 of Weeden, Jr., 4 of Weeden, Sr., 3 
of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Phebe. 



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I Henrietta Hakes, b. at Petersburg October 
18, 1850. 
II Ida Hakes, b. at Brunswick February 18, 
1853; res - Petersburg, N. Y. 

III George R. Hakes, b. at Brunswick Decem- 
ber 18, 1857; res. Minnesota. 

IV Nellie E. Hakes, b. at Grafton Jan. 16, 1863. 
V Cornell W. Hakes, b. at Grafton February 

14, 1867; res. Brooklin, Rensselaer 
County, N. Y. 
VI Ida M. Hakes, b. at Grafton July 25 ; 1 868 ; 
res. Grafton. 

CHILDREN OF (74) » 

Leonard S. Hakes, 5 of Weeden, Jr., 4 of Weeden Sr., 3 
of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Emeline. 

136 I Bertha Hakes, b. at Brunswick September 

30, 1856; m. Edward Hewett; d. March 
4, 1 88 1, at Grafton. 

137 II Etta Hakes, b. at Grafton April 10, i860; d. 

December 4, 1875, at Grafton. 

138 III Charlie Hakes, b. at Grafton January 6, 

1865; m. Lottie McChesney November 
13, 1886; res. Brunswick, N. Y. 

139 IV Edgar Hakes, b. at Brunswick June 15, 

1872; res. Brunswick. 

140 V Blanchie Hakes, b. at Brunswick December 

6, 1883. 

CHILDREN OF (75) 

Jeremiah Hakes. 5 of Weeden, Jr., 4 of Weeden, Sr., 3 
of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Har- 
riet 

141 I Celia Hakes, b. at Grafton July 6, 1856; res. 

Grafton. 



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II Lineis Hakes, b. at Grafton September 25, 
1859. 

III Jennie Hakes, b. at Grafton November 26, 
1861. 

IV Enia Hakes, b. at Grafton February 28, 
1865; res. Grafton. 

V Enoch Hakes, b. at Grafton July 3, 1868. 
VI Thaddeus Hakes, b. at Grafton July 12, 

1875. 
VII Burr Hakes, b. at Grafton September 22, 
1879. 

CHILDREN OF (76) 

Albert C. Hakes, 6 of Weeden, Jr., 4 of Weeden, Sr., 3 
of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Permelia. 

g f n 148 I Alice M. Hakes, b. May 26, 1863, at Peters- 

burg, N. Y.; m. William Moses, and has 
a son William Moses, Jr., 7th gen.; res. 
City of New York. 

£ 149 II Hattie R. Hakes, b. September 3, 1866; res. 
Petersburg. 

g J n 150 HI Chauncey D. Hakes, b. July 21, 1870; res. 
Petersburg. 

gj n 151 IV Minnie M. Hakes, b. May 5, 1880; res. 
Petersburg. 

CHILDREN OF (6l) 

John D. Hakes, 6 of Dennison, 4 of Caleb, 8 of Jona- 
than, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Betsy. 

^152 I Almon C. Hakes, b. ; d. September 9, 

1833, at Petersburg. 

CHILDREN OF (78) 

Jabez C. Hakes, Jr., 6 son of Jabez, Sr., 4 of George, 8 
of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Hannah. 



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g?n J S3 I Myron C Hakes, b. January 22, 1858; occ. 

clerk ; res. Troy, N. Y. 

gj n 154 II George L. Hakes, b. August 12, 1859; occ. 
clerk ; res. Kansas City, Mo. 

gj n 155 III Lois Madura Hakes, b. July 30, 1862 ; res. 
Troy, N. Y. 

* n 156 IV Nina M. Hakes, b. May 19, 1867. 

^157 V Mary W. Hakes, b. December 27, 1869. 

gj, 1 58 VI Carrie M. Hakes, b. August 4, 1871 ; d. Oc- 
tober s, 1871. 

g?n 159 VII Grace E. Hakes, b. May 31, 1873. 

<•> 160 VIII WUlie H Hakes, b. March 7, 1877; d. July 
2, 1877. 

gj n 161 IX Nellie G. Hakes, b. June 3, 1879; d. August 
23, 1880. 

CHILDREN OF (44) 

Jesse R. Hakes, 5 son of Willet, 4 of Jesse, 3 of Jona- 
than, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Catharine. 
gj n 162 I Catharine Celestia Hakes, b. September 30, 

1844; tn. Joseph Evans, of Iowa. 
II Elizabeth Alice Hakes, b. June 13, 1846; d. 
November 13, 1846. 

III David Brainard Hakes, b. October 25, 
1847; m. 1870 ?. 

IV Harlan Page Hakes, b. October 17, 1849; 
m. Susan Coon, 1876; res. Westerly, 
R. I. 

V Olive L. Hakes, b. June 22, 1851 ; m. John 

H. Phelps. 
VI Nancy Marilla Hakes, b. October 24, 1853; 

m. Harrison Edgerton. 
VII Orlando Merril Hakes, b. November 5, 
1858; m. 



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CHILDREN OF (63) 

Samuel Hakes, 5 son of Dennison, 4 of Caleb, 3 of 
Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Almira. 

169 I Marian Hakes, b. 1844 ?. 

170 II Jane Hakes, b. 1&4.6 t. 

171 III Angeline Hakes, b. 1848 ?. 

g J n 172 IV Almon D. Hakes, b. 1850 at Petersburg, N. 
Y.; m. Sarah Avery at Petersburg 187 1 ; 
occ. ice merchant; res. 83 Eighth avenue, 
New York City. 

CHILDREN OF (92) 

George Hakes, 6 son of Solomon, 4 of George, 3 of 
Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Marion. 

g?n l 73 I George Henry Hakes, b. 1825; m. Nancy 

Larabee ; res. Bradford County, Pa. Occ. 
farmer. 

* n 174 II Mary Sabrina Hakes, b. June, 1826, in Rens- 
selaer County, N. Y.; m. William Rake; 
d. in Tioga County, N. Y. 

gj n 175 III Hannah Hakes, b. September, 1828; m. 
Joseph Scriven; res. Bradford County, 
Penna. 

g ? n 176 IV Carey K. Hakes, b. May, 1830, at Bradford 
County, Pa.; m, Mary Sweet; farmer; d. 
Savannah. 

g?n 177 V Davis Hakes, M. D., b. February 22, 1834, 
in Bradford County, Pa.; m. Harriet Gil- 
let. Practiced his profession at New 
Era, Bradford County, Pa.; d. 1872. 

gen l 7% VI Rufus Sullivan Hakes, b. April, 1836; m. 
H. J. Adkms July 26, 1859; farmer and 
builder; res. New Albany, Bradford 
County, Pa. 



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179 VII Susan Hakes, b. 1838; w. James Teeter; 
res. Bradford County, Pa. 

^• n 180 VIII Reuben Jeremiah Hakes, b. January 12, 
1 841, at Bradford County, Pa.; m. 1st, 
Louise M. Hinson May 12, 1859; 2C *, 
Sarah E. Chapman April 13, 1864. Was 
soldier in war between the States and 
honorably discharged; res. Barbour's 
Mills, Lycoming Co., Pa. Occ. farmer. 

gja 181 IX Chatlotte Hakes, b. 1843. No further record 
obtained. 
182 X Adeline Hakes, b. at Bradford County, Pa., 
1845. No further record obtained. 

CHILDREN OF (97) 

David Hakes, 5 son of Solomon, 4 of George, 3 of Jona- 
than, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Elmira. 

Lois M. Hakes, b. June 15, 1838, at Bradford 
County, !Pa. 

Mariam Hakes, b. September 8, 1839; d. 
December 8, 1 842. 

William Hakes, b. January 22, 1842; d. 
December 10, 1842. 

Emetine Hakes, b. January 12, 1844, at 
Bradford County, Pa.; d. Oct. 18, 1885. 

Reuben Hakes, b. November 4, 1845. 

CHILDREN OF (154) 

George L. Hakes, 6 son of Jabez C, Jr., 4 of George, 3 
of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Esther. 
188 I Dexter L. Hakes, b. 1850; res. Nebraska. 

CHILDREN OF (8l) 

Nathan L. Hakes, 6 son of Jabez, 4 of George, 3 of 
Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Waitey. 



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^189 I Edgar Lewis Hakes, b. July 4, 1856. 

gL 190 II Harry IV. Hakes, b. September 27, 1865; 

teacher; res, Cropseyville, Rensselaer 

County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (83) 

William H. Hakes, 5 son of Jabez, 4 of George, 3 of 
Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Mary. 
£ n 191 I Raiguel Hakes, b. 1874; res. Meadville, Pa. 

CHILDREN OF (69) 

Joshua L. Hakes, 6 son of Justus, 4 of Caleb, 3 of Jona- 
than, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Elizabeth, 
gin 192 I Lucy Hakes, b. 

CHILDREN OF (178) 

Rufus Sullivan Hakes, 6 son of George, 6 of Solo- 
mon, 4 of George, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and H. J. 
I Joseph Hakes, b. August I, i860; d. Septem- 
ber S, 1861. 
II John Hakes, b. June 23, 1862, at Bradford 
County, Pa. 

III Eltnira Hakes, b. September 27, 1864; m. 
Rufus Decker, 1883. 

IV Fred Hakes, b. May 28, 1867, at Bradford 
County, Pa.; res. New Albany, Bradford 
County, Pa. Farmer. 

V James John Hakes, b. December 25, 1872; 

res. New Albany, Pa. 
VI Laura E. Hakes, b. September 3, 1877 ; res. 

New Albany, Pa. 
VII Grace Hakes, b. January 8, 1882, at New 
Albany, Bradford County, Pa. 



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CHILDREN OF (l8o) 

Reuben Jeremiah Hakes, 6 son of George, 8 of Solo- 
mon, 4 of George, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Louise M. 

Emma Elmira Hakes, b. August 29, i860. 

Rosetta M. Hakes, b. March 20, 1862. By 
second wife. 

Reuben Jeremiah Hakes, Jr., b. February 12, 
1865. 

Marian Hakes, b. March 25, 1867. 

Enos George Hakes, b. March 11, 1869. 

Casper Sullivan Hakes, b. March 16,1871; 
d. December 10, 1876, at Lycoming 
County, Pa. 

Nancy Dodge Hakes, b. August 2, 1873. 

Lotta Elizabeth Hakes, b. May, 1876. 

Alpheas Beebe Hykes, b. May 23, 1881. 

Loretta Etna Hakes, b. March 21, 1884, at 
Lycoming County, Pa. 

CHILDREN OF (173) 

George Henry Hakes, 6 of George, 6 of Solomon, 4 of 
George, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 . 
210 I George Hakes, b. August 28, 1854, at Brad- 

ford County, Pa. 

Mariam Hakes, b. April 21, 1856; d. 1879. 

William H. Hakes, b. January, 1858; d t De- 
cember 24, 1879. 

Ellen Hakes, b. December, 1865, at Bradford 
County, Pa. 

Carrie Hakes, b. May 19, 1862. 

Emmie Hakes, b. February 14, 1864; d. 
February 10, 1870. 



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CHILDREN OF (176) 

Carey R. Hakes, 6 son of George, 6 of Solomon, 4 of 
George, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Mary. 
gj n 216 I Frank Hakes, b. December, 1861, at Brad- 

ford County, Pa. 

children of (177) 

Dr. Davis Hakes, 6 son of George, 5 of Solomon, 4 of 
George, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Harriet. 
gj n 217 I Samuel D. Hakes, b. at New Era, Bradford 

County, Pa., August 26, 1871. 

children of (164) 

David Brainard Hakes, 6 son of Jesse R., 5 of Wil- 
let, 4 of Jesse, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 
and Nettie C. 
g * n 218 I Carle ton Jones Hakes, b. 

^219 II DeWitt Burnett hakes, b. 
g J n 220 III Jessie Ruth Hakes, b. 
* n 221 IV Adelia Hakes, b. 
g J n 222 V Amy Hakes, b. 

children of (165) 

Harlan P. Hakes, 6 son of Jessie, 5 of Willet, 4 of 

Jesse, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 

Susan. 
^ 223 I Arlington 0. Hakes, b. January 20, 1878; 

res. Westerly, R. I. 
J n 224 II Robert Z. Hakes, b. August 23, 1883 t\ res. 

Westerly, R. I. 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 33 

CHILDREN OF (l68) 

Orlando Hakes, 6 son of Jesse, 5 of Willet, 4 of Jesse, 8 
of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon 1 . 

gjn 225 I Catharine Elizabeth Hakes, b.; res. Michi- 

gan. 
^ 226 II Mace Hakes, b.; res. Michigan. 

CHILDREN OF (l25^) 

Porter Hakes, 6 son of Danforth, 9 of George,* of 

Nathan, 3 of Jonathan, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 

Abbie Jane. 
^ 227 I HatHe Jane Hakes, b. October 14, 1873, at 

Petersburg, Rensselaer County, N. Y. 
g^ 228 II Fanny Hakes, b. December 18, 1875, at 

Petersburg, Rensselaer County, N. Y. 



Here closes the stock of Jonathan, 2d gen., as far as re- 
ported. 



WE HERE COMMENCE OUR SECOND TABLE, 

TO WIT: 



THE DESCENDANTS OF (51) 

Richard Hakes, 8 son of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 

Mary. 
g? n 229 I Mary Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1764. 

No more record, 
gi 230 II Richard Hakes, Jr., b. at Stonington, Conn., 

1765. Followed the sea. Was Captain 
of a ship, and was killed by the natives 
of the West Indies. Date not known. 

gj, 231 III Eunice Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 

1766. No more record. 

g * n 232 IV Jesse Hakes, b. at Stonington, 1768; m. 
Polly Wheeler; d. October 15, 1825, and 
buried at "Togwamp," between Ston- 
ington and North Stonington. Monu- 
ment erected at grave. 

gin 233 V Amos Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1770; 
m. Fanny Woodward, of Stonington, 
1797; moved about 1800 to Pitcher, Che- 
nango County, N. Y.; d. 1852. His wife 
d. November 21, 1827. Both buried at 
Pitcher, N. Y. 

gin 234 VI Solomon Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 

1772; m. , and moved to Pitcher, 

Chenango County, N. Y., 1806; d. 1867, 
aged 95 years. 

gen 235 VII Ezekiel Hakes, b. at Stonington 1774; was 
sailor; d. of yellow fever at sea; date 
unascertained. 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 35 

,* 236 VIII Perez Hakes, b. atStonington, 1777; tn. 1st, 
Anstes Stewart February, 1797; 2d, De- 
borah Starkweather July 5, 1804; occ. 
farmer; d. at Pitcher, Chenango County, 
N. Y., 1822. 

£ 237 IX Elihu Hakes, b. Stonington 1779; tn. 1st, 
Anna Geer; 2d, unascertained; occ. 
farmer; d. April 20, 1834; monument 
North Stonington, Conn. 

^ 238 X Hannah Hakes, b. Stonington 1781. No 
further record. 

^ 239 XI Elias Hakes \ b. 1783; tn. ; moved to 

Ohio; d. date unknown. 

^ 240 XII Esther Hakes, b. at Stonington, 1785. No 
more record. 

g*n 241 XIII Harry Hakes, b. 1787; tn. ; had two 

or three children; d. at Auburn, N. Y.; 
date unknown. 

CHILDREN OF (232) 

Jesse Hakes, 4 son of Richard, 8 of George, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Polly. 

* n 242 I Jesse Hakes, Jr., b. at Stonington, Conn., 

1792; tn. Clarissa Campbell. Removed 
to Woonsocket, R. I.; d. there 1869; 
was a grocer. 

g ?n 243 II Polly Hakes, b. 1794; d. at North Stoning- 
ton, Conn., 1883. 

gi 244 III Billings Hakes, b. Stonington, 1797; tn. 
Lucy Pierce; occ. farmer; d. July 31, 
1878, at Chenango County, N. Y. 

gi 245 IV Isaac Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1800; 
tn. 1st, Lois West; 2d, Ann West; both 
wives d. He resides with his son, Capt. 
Isaac W. Hakes, Jr., at Windsor, Conn. 



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gJn 246 V Wheeler Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 
1802; was a merchant; never married; 
Lived and died at Stonington, 1864; 
monument record. 

247 VI Bridget Hakes, b. at Stonington, 1805; **• 
Nathan Rathbun ; d. at North Stoning- 
ton, 1868. 

248 VII Hannah Hakes, b. May 6, 1809; m. 1st 
David Holmes, 1826; 2d, Horace Bab- 
cock, 1867; res. North Stonington, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF (233) 

Amos Hakes, 4 son of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Fanny. 

249 I Fanny Hakes, b. at Stonington, Conn., 1795 ; 

d. 18 1 2 at Pitcher, Chenango Co., N. Y. 
^ 250 II Harry Hakes, 6. 1798; m.; d. in California 
May 7, 1878. 
25 1 III Satnantha Hakes, b. 1803 ; m.; d. Iowa, 1882. 



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CHILDREN OF (236) 

Perez Hakes, 4 son of Richard, 8 of George, 2 Solo- 
mon, 1 and Anstes. 
gfn 252 I William Hakes, b. December 25, 1798; d. 

November 29, 1839. 

* n 253 II Miranda Hakes, b. May 18, 1801; m. Jesse 
Southworth. By Anstes, second wife. 

* n 254 III Perez Hakes, Jr., b. April 11, 1806; m. 
September 15, 1809, Lucy Ann Bald- 
win ; son of Elisha and Patty (Spaulding) 
Baldwin, of Stonington, Conn. (Lucy 
Ann, 6th gen.; Elisha, Jr., 5th gen.; Zita, 
4th gen; John, 3d gen.). \V. Baldwin 
Gen., p. 25 1. J Res. Albion, N. Y.; occ. 
farmer. 



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255 IV Orrilla Hakes b. May 23, 1808; m. April 
29, 1827, Ephraim Brown; */. 1885, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

256 V Dennison R. Hakes, b. June 25. 181 1; m. 
October 4, 1834, Lovinia Doran ; farmer; 
d. August 22, 1882, at Pitcher, Che- 
nango County, N. Y. 

257 VI Mary K. Hakes, b. January 19, 1813 f; m. 

June 27, 1 839, to Howard Corbin ; res. 

Plainwell, Mich. 
g 5 * 258 VII Emily H. Hakes, b. April 16, 181 5 ?\ m. 

1st, April 30, 1844, John H. Oliver; 2d, 

Stephen D. Park ; res. Chicago, 111. 
gra 2 S9 VIII Susan Hakes, b. September 16, 1817 f; m. 

April 11, 1 84 1, John S. Baldwin; d. 
gfa 260 IX Betsy Hakes, b. September 5, 18 19 ?\ m. 1st, 

John Harens; 2d, N. P. Hitchcock; 3d, 

Sanford Corbin; res. Plainwell, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF (234) 

Solomon Hakes, 4 son of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of 
Solomon, 1 

g J n 261 I Charles Hakes, b 1804 *, m; y moved to 

Iowa, and*/. 1865 t. 

g* n 262 II George Hakes, b. February 16, 1806, at 
Stonington, Conn.; m. 1st, Harriet Bald- 
win October 3, 1830; 2d, Louisa Hin- 
man, January 23, 1849; res - Pitcher, N. 
Y. Farmer. 

^ 263 III Fanny Hakes, b. 1808 ?'. 

264 IV Roswell Hakes, b. 181 1; d. 181 6, Pitcher, 
Chenango County, N. Y. 

265 V John M Hakes, b. 1813; d. 1816. 

266 VI Polly Hakes, b. 1815 t. 

267 VII Lucy Hakes, b. 18 18 f. 



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38 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF (237) 

Elihu Hakes, 4 son of Richard, 3 of George,* of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Anna. 

Elihu Hakes Jr., b. August 13,1 803 nt. ; 

d. 1884. 
Richard Hakes, b. March 2, 1806; d. 1868. 
Anna Hakes, b. May 1, 1808; d. 1856. 
Abbie Park Hakes, b. April 18, 18 10; m. 

Safford; d. September 15, 1837. 
Thomas G. Hakes, b. September 19, 181 2; 
res. Gilbertsville, Otsego County, N. Y.; 
d. 1884. 
s?n 273 VI Phebe Esther Hakes, b. April 20, 1815; m. 
Rogers; widow; res. Gilbertsville, N. Y. 
ffn 274 VII Henry Babcock Hakes, b. July 20, 1817 tn. 
Anna Williams Woodward, of Stoning- 
ton, Conn. Resided at City of Worces- 
ter, Mass.; master mechanic; d 1884. 
From a Worcester paper we copy the following obituary 
notice of Mr. Henry B. Hakes : 

obituary. 
" Mr. H. B. Hakes, whose death was recorded Saturday, 
came to this city from Preston City thirty-five years ago. 
During much of this time he has been either foreman or 
superintendent of the works of the Ames Plow Company. 
It was in the employ of this company that he made an ex- 
tended tour through Europe, South Africa, Australia, New 
Zealand, and back to California, the trip occupying thirteen 
months. Mr. Hakes has been a member of the Bap- 
tist Church forty-three years, and of the First Baptist 
Church in this city thirty-three years. The many friends 
who attended the funeral services in the church yesterday 
afternoon bore witness to the esteem in which he was held. 
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THE HAKES FAMILY. 39 

remarkable. Among the many who have called to express 
sympathy with the family are a goodly number who have 
been in his employ in the shops. Mr. Hakes was too diffi- 
dent to seek or desire the honors of public office, but served 
the city very acceptably as Alderman in 1865, under Mayor 
Ball, and in 1866, under Mayor Blake. He was earnest and 
conscientious in all he attempted to do. Mr. Hakes was 
one of the gifted mechanics who have so largely made 
Worcester what it is. His eldest daughter, Mrs. Stephens, 
resides in Mt Pleasant, near Pittsburg, Pa., where the 
youngest daughter, Miss Sarah R. Hakes, has been teach- 
ing Latin for a year past in the institute of which Mr. Ste- 
phens is principal. The second daughter is the wife of the 
Rev. Mr. James, of Philadelphia. The widow and one 
daughter only are left in this city. The remains will be 
taken to Norwich for interment on the 9:30 train to-day." 

275 VIII John Morgan Hakes, b. September 1 8, 1 82 1 ; 
d. 1855. 

276 IX Cynthia Louisa Hakes, b. September 21, 

1824; W.Andrews; d. 1849. 

CHILDREN OF (239) 

Elias Hakes, 4 son of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solo- 
mon. 1 
gjj 277 I Elias Hakes, Jr., b. No further record, 

gen 2 78 II Nancy Hakes, b. No further record. • 



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CHILDREN OF (242) 



Jesse Hakes, Jr., 5 son of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 8 of 
George,' of Solomon, 1 and Clarissa. 

gen 2 79 I Nelson Hakes, b. August 26, 18 17; single; 

d. April 8, 1 88 1. 

g Jn 280 II Adeline Hakes, b. April 5, 18 19; tn. 
George Wight; res. Woonsocket, R. I. 



40 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

* n 281 III Luanda Hakes, b. December 22, 182 1 ; tn. 
John F. Brown; res. Lunenburg, Mass. 

£ n 282 IV Henry Hudson Hakes, b. August 4, 1823; 
tn. Prudence Sweetser; res. Millbury, 
Mass. He served as private in the "Slo- 
cumb Guards," Grafton, Mass., 1875. 

gj, 283 V Charles Hakes, b. 1825; tn. ; dentist; 

res. Millbury, Mass. 

* n 284 VI Minerva C. Hakes, b. June 8, 1828; tn. 
Thomas J. Keach. 

g* n 285 VII George Hakes, b. April 14, 183 1; tn. Ada- 
lade Walker; d. 1884. 

g? n 286 VIII Albert Hakes, b. January 15, 1836; tn. Geor- 
giana Darling; res. Woonsocket, R. I. 

CHILDREN OF (261) 

Charles Hakes, 6 son of Solomon, 4 of Richard, 3 of 
George, 2 of Solomon. 1 
gJa 287 I Dennison Hakes, b.; res. Cadwell, Kansas. 

Nothing further learned of him. (This 
man has been found out too late to cor- 
respond with before publication.) 

CHILDREN OF (262) 

George Hakes, 5 son of Solomon, 4 of Richard, 8 of 
George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Harriet. 
288 I Solomon Hakes, b. July 9, 1831; Pitcher, N. 

Y.; tn. Julia D. Ball January 19, 1859; 
occ. farmer ; res. Pitcher, N. Y. 

* n 289 II Mary Ann Hakes, b. at Pitcher April 27, 
1833; m - Harrison Hatch March 3, 
1875 ; res. Eaton, N. Y. 

* u 290 III Roswell Hakes, b. September 20, 1835, at 
Pitcher, N. Y.; tn. Cornelia D. Ball Jan- 
uary, 1873; d. January 5, 1885. 



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THE HAKES FAMILY. 4 1 

291 IV Nancy Hakes, b. February 17, 1838, at Pit- 

cher, N. Y.; m. Eneas Fenton June 1 2, 
1856; res. Pitcher N. Y. 

292 V Harriet hakes, & August 6, 1840; res. New 

York City. By second wife, Louisa. 

293 VI Emma Hakes, b. October 27, 1850; m. John 

McElliot August, 1880; res. North 
Adams. 

294 VII George F. Hakes, b. January 24, 1852; d. at 

Pitcher September 6, 1863. 

295 VIII Charles M. Hakes, b. Pitcher, N. Y., May 

26, 1853; m. Catharine Fairchild Sep- 
tember 6, 1 881; occ. farmer; res. Pit- 
cher. 

296 IX Julia Ellen Hakes, b. December 31, 1855; 

m. Thurlow Blackman May 16, 1877; 
res. Pitcher, N. Y. 

297 X Wellington Hakes, b. February 19, 1868 ; res. 

Pitcher, Chenango County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (256) 

Dennison R. Hakes, 5 son of Perez, 4 of Richard, 3 of 
George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Lovinia. 

298 I David M. Hakes, £. December 7, 1837; m. 

Ophelia L. Crane July 3, 1 862 ; merchant, 
Chenango County, N. Y. 

299 II Catharine M. Hakes, b. August 31, 1840; 

m. Burdette Blackman December 29, 
1863; res. Pitcher, N. Y. 

300 III Lucius M. Hakes, b. July 7, 1843; m. Julia 

A. Taylor July 4, 1868; res. Pitcher, N. 
Y.; occ. farmer. 

301 IV Elias Randall Hakes, b. September 9, 1845 \ 

occ. farmer ; res Pitcher, N. Y. 



42 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

gf n 302 V Hascall R. Hakes, b. June 13, 1848; m. ist, 
Ella Yumer, 1872 ; 2d, Frances Alexan- 
der; merchant and postmaster, Pitcher, 
N. Y. Appointed by President Cleve- 
land. 
g?n 3°3 VI Emmet Hakes, b. August 14, 1850; occ. 

farmer; Pitcher, N. Y. 
g?n 3°4 VII Frank P. Hakes, b. December 6, 1852; m. 
February 8, 1871, De Etta A, Will- 
marth; merchant, and for many years 
past Supervisor of Pitcher, N. Y. 
(The authof hereof desires here to acknowledge his obli- 
gations to the said Frank P. Hakes, for valuable aid in pre- 
paring these tables, which said obligations must answer 
the purpose until the said author m^ets the said Frank P. 
on a good trout stream in the summer of 1887.) 

CHILDREN OF (244) 

Billings Hakes,* son of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 3 of 
George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Lucy. 

gen 30S I Maria Hakes, b. at Pitcher, N. Y., February, 

1 831; d. February 21, 1853; teacher. 

g ?Q 306 II Wheeler Hakes, b. October 23, 1832; m. 

September 1, 1857; d. December 

13, 1876. Was a Captain in the war be- 
tween the States. 

307 III Leroy Hakes, b. at Cincinnatus, N. Y., Au- 
gust 16, 1834; d. in 1863 in the Union 
Army in Louisiana. 

308 IV Ledgard B. Hakes, b, October 6, 1836; m. 
Roselia Wire, 1859; occ - banker; res. 
Fremont, Nebraska. 

309 V Orelia Hakes, b. September 28, 1839; m * 
Abram Hamilton ; res. Wellsville, N. Y. 



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THE HAKES FAMILY. 43 

gj n 310 VI Loel C. Hakes , b. May u, 1841 ; m. Eliza- 
beth Hamilton January 7, 1861; res. 
Wellsville, Allegheny County, N. Y. 

gj n 311 VII Lanson Hakes, b. July 23, 1843; d. May 
10, 1848. 

g?n 3 12 VIII Lester Hakes, b. December 2, 1844; d. in 
the Union Army in Virginia December 
25, 1863. 

g J n 313 IX Merton Hakes, b. November 29, 1846; m. 
Ida Davis; res. Wellsville, N. Y. 

g * n 314 X Julia Hakes, b. February 11, 1848; d. No- 
vember, 1870, at Andover, N. Y. 

^315 XI Oren Hakes, b. February 11, 185 1 ; m. Miss 
Jones; railroader; res. Wellsville, N. Y. 

^ 316 XII Dever Hakes, b. March 15, 1854; occ. 
farmer; res. Wellsville, N. Y. 

^317 XIII Fayette Hakes, b. 1856; res. Illinois; P. O. 
unknown. 

(Six of the above sons were soldiers in the war between 
the States.) 

CHILDREN OF (245) 

Isaac Hakes, 5 son of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 3 of George, 2 
of Solomon, 1 and Lois. 

gj n 3 1 8 I Isaac Wheeler Hakes, Jr., b. Brooklyn, Conn., 

1828; m. June, 1855, to Mary L. Will- 
iams ; bookkeeper. Was Captain of Com- 
pany " E," Eighteenth Regiment, Con- 
necticut Volunteers, war between the 
States. 
* n 319 II Albert Henry Hakes, b. 1831; m. 1857 to 
Martha Webster; teacher; res. Chicago, 
Illinois. 



44 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

g* n 320 III Dwight West Hakes, b. Norwich, Conn., 
1836; m. Lucy Trumbull ; bookkeeper; 
res. Colchester, Conn. Was Lieutenant 
and Quartermaster Eighteenth Regiment, 
Connecticut Volunteers. Captured at 
battle of Winchester; prisoner twenty- 
two months; exchanged and promoted 
to Captain and Com. of sub. 

g*, 321 IV Charles Billings Hakes, b. 1838; m. Jenny 
Barton ; merchant ; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

g ?n 3 2 2 V Mary Ann Hakes, b. 1848; res. City of 
Mexico. Teacher. 

g?n 3 2 3 VI Lill Hood Hakes, b. 1853; res. Norwich, 
Conn.; teacher. 

CHILDREN OF (274) 

Harry B. Hakes, 5 son of Elihu,* of Richard, 3 of 

George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Anna. 
gj n 324 I Mary Abby Hakes, b. March 24, 1843; m. 

September 26, 1871, Rev. Leroy Stevens ; 

res. Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
*?n 325 H Henry Albert Hakes, b. October 1, 1847; &• 

August 25, 1848. 
g?n 326 III Anna Woodward Hakes, b. February 14, 

1850; m. Rev. Sexton James August 5, 

1 871; res. Germantown, Philadelphia. 
gen 327 IV Gertrude Hakes, b. March 15, 1856; res. 

Worcester, Mass. 
gen 328 V Sarah Rogers Hakes, b. April 13, 1859; 

teacher of Latin, Mt. Pleasant Institute, 

Penna. 
g?n 329 VI Henry Hakes, b. June 2, 1863; d. January 

4, 1866. 
g?n 33° VII Albert Hakes, b. June 2, 1863; d. February 

23, 1864. 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 45 





CHILDREN OF (272) 


Thomas G. Hakes, 5 son of Elihu, 4 of Richard, 3 of 




George, 2 of Solomon, 1 


gen 33* 


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gen 333 


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CHILDREN OF (275) 

John Hakes, 5 son of Elihu,* of Richard, 3 of George, 2 
of Solomon. 1 
*?n 335 ! Louisa Hakes, b. 

336 II Ann Hakes, b. 

CHILDREN OF (254) 

Perez Hakes, Jr., 5 of Perez, Sr., 4 of Richard, 3 of 
George, 2 of Solomon. 1 

337 I Perez Hakes, Jr., 3d, b. at Pitcher, N. Y., 
May 25, 1828; res. Albion; occ. farmer. 

338 II EJisha B. Hakes, b. at Pitcher April 2, 1830; 
tn. Eleanor Orcutt September 28, 1853; 
res. Cincinnatus; occ. farmer. 

339 III Rufus B. Hakes, b. at Pitcher May 14, 1832; 
m. Amanda Vosburg December 21,1 865 ; 
res. Albion; occ. carpenter. 

340 IV Amanda Hakes, b. at Pitcher September 24, 
1834; m. Doctor Williams November 
17, 1880; res. Albion. 

341 V John S. Hakes, b. at Pitcher November 30, 

1836; m. Mary Wheeler April 20, 1869; 
res. Albion; occ. farmer, 
gen 342 VI Lucy A. Hakes, b. at Pitcher April 12, 1841 ; 
d. October 1, 1843. 



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g?n 343 VII Altania L. Hakes, b. at Pitcher January 22, 
1844; m. B. E. Stacy December, 1878; 
res. Albion, N. Y. 

^ 344 VIII Deborah Hakes, b. at Pitcher March 3, 1847; 
m. Theron Blackman December 5, 1866; 
res. Pitcher. 

g?n 345 IX Elizabeth M. Hakes, b. at Pitcher May 14, 
1849; tn. Thompson Eldridge January 
1, 1874; res. Albion. 

gin 346 X William Barnett Hakes, b. at Pitcher Janu- 
ary 27, 1852; m. Clara Younges Decem- 
ber 10, 1873; res. Albion; occ. farmer. 

CHILDREN OF (250) 

Harry Hakes, 5 son of Amos, 4 of Richard, 3 of 
George, 2 of Solomon. 1 

g?n 347 I Giles Julian Hakes, £. October 18, 1829, at 

Pitcher, N. Y.; m. August 31, 1854, 
Phebe Jane Randall; farmer; res. Mar- 
telle, Jones County, Iowa. 

gin 348 II Devilo Hakes, b. April 7, 1831. 

g?n 349 HI Harry Hakes, Jr., b. July 2, 1832; d. No- 
vember 1, 1865. 

g?n 35° IV Nelson Hakes, b. at Pitcher, Chenango 
County, N. Y., March 7, 1834; m. Emily 
S. Williams 1858; farmer; res. Martelle, 
Jones County, Iowa. Overland pioneer 
traveler to Pacific coast; has made three 
trips on foot to Oregon; one trip by 
rail, and one by sled. 

g?n 35 1 V Clinton Burdett Hakes, b. September 5, 1 835; 
d. 1873 in Nevada. 

s?n 35 2 VI Adelia Ann Hakes, b. April 1, 1837; */. No- 
vember 26, 1868. 

g?n 353 VII Fanny Maria Hakes, b. December 1, 1839. 



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John Milo Hakes, b. August 20, 1840; d. in 
California. 

Eustatia S. Hakes, b. May 26, 1842. 

y antes R. Hakes, b. June 4, 1844. 

Dever Wallace Hakes, b. January 29, 1846, 
at Pitcher, N. Y.; m. Alice C. Abbott, 
January 19, 1868; farmer; res. Marion, 
Iowa. Was a soldier in the war of the 
States, Company "H," Twenty-fourth 
Iowa Infantry ; dispatch carrier for sev- 
eral generals. 
358 XII AltaniaA. Hakes, b. October 30, 1847. 



CHILDREN OF (268) 

Elihu Hakes, Jr., 5 son of Elihu, Sr., 4 of Richard, 3 of 
George, 2 of Solomon, 1 . 
359 I Mary A. Hakes, b. 1830; d. 1847. 

g?n 360 II Elihu Hakes, Jr., 3d, b. 1832; res, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 
g?n 361 HI Alonzo L. Hakes, b. 1834; m.; farmer and 
dairyman ; res. Gilbertsville, Otsego Coun- 
ty, N. Y. 
g * n 362 IV Harry C. Hakes, b. 1844; m. 



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John M. Hakes, b. 1849. 

children of (282) 

Henry Hudson Hakes, 6 son of Jesse, Jr., 5 of Jesse, 
Sr., 4 of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Prudence. 

g?n 365 I Emma Jane Hakes, b. January 29, 1848; m. 

January 14, 1873, *° David A. Powers. 

gin 366 II Henry Charles Hakes, b. March 11, 1850; d. 
September 18, 1853. 



48 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

^ 367 III Hudson Warren Hakes, b. July 5, 1853; tn. 

Cora Louisa Bennett May 17, 1877. 
*n 368 IV Charles Henry Hakes, b. February 22, 1856; 
tn. Lotta Sarah Stratton December 18, 
1881. 

CHILDREN OF (285) 

George Hakes, 6 son of Jesse, Jr., 6 of Jesse, Sr., 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Adelaide, 
gin 369 I Isabel Hakes, b. about 1862 f; tn. 

CHILDREN OF (283) 

Charles Hakes, 6 son of Jesse, Jr., 6 of Jesse, Sr., 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 . 
gj n 370 I Daughter. Name and date not obtained. 

CHILDREN OF (286) 

Albert Hakes, 6 son of Jesse, Jr., 6 of Jesse, Sr., 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Georgiana. 
sen 37 l I Henrietta C. Hakes, b. January 30, 1861 

gin 37 2 H Albert N. Hakes, b. June 25, 1862; d. Sep- 
tember 24, 1862. 

CHILDREN OF (308) 

Ledgard B. Hakes, 6 son of Billings, 6 of Jesse, 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Roselia. 
c?n 373 I Charles Clifford Hakes, b. 1861; single; res. 

Freemont, Nebraska. Banker. 
374 II Herbert Berdett Hakes, b. 1868; single; res. 
Freemont, Nebraska. Banker, 
sin 375 HI Clinton Devillow Hakes, b. 1872; res. Illinois. 
Farmer. 



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THE HAKES FAMILY. 49 

CHILDREN OF (306) 

Wheeler Hakes, 6 of Billings, 5 of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 8 
George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Adaline. 

gen 376 I Fred Hakes, b. at Wellsville, Allegheny 

County, N. Y., September 7, 1861. 

gin 377 II Carrie Hakes, b. at Wellsville, N. Y., March 
3, 1863; m. Edward Rice, 1881; dress- 
maker; res, Wellsville, N. Y. 

gin 378 HI Mary E. Hakes, b. February 16, 1 871; res. 
Wellsville, N. Y. 

gin 379 IV Arthur Hakes, b. June 2, 1872; res. Wells- 
ville, N. Y. 

children of (307) 

Leroy Hakes,* of Billings, 5 of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 8 of 
George, 2 of Solomon. 1 
J n 380 I Harry Hakes, b. at Willett, N. Y., i860. 

gj n 381 II Hattie Hakes, b. at Willett, N. Y., 1861. 

children of (310) 

Loel C. Hakes, 6 of Billings, 5, of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 8 of 
George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Elizabeth. 

382 I Nettie M. Hakes, b. at Wellsville, N. Y., De- 
cember 13, 1 861; res. Wellsville, Alle- 
gheny County, N. Y.; occ. clerk. 

383 II Minnie C. Hakes, b. at Lena, Illinois, June 
26, 1868; res. Wellsville, N. Y. Teacher. 

J n 384 III Wheeler B. Hakes, b. at Wellsville, N. Y., 

July 7, 1876. 
gin 385 IV Libbie Hakes, b. at Wellsville June 7, 1880; 

res. Wellsville, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (3 1 3) 

Merton Hakes, 6 of Billings, 5 of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 8 
of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Ida. 



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Jn 386 I Floyd Hakes, b. at Wellsville, Allegheny 

County, N. Y., March, 1878; res. Wells- 
ville. 

CHILDREN OF (315) 

Oren Hakes, 6 of Billings, 6 of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 8 of 
George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and ( Jones). 

J n 387 I Edward Hakes, b. at Wellsville 1879; res. 

Wellsville. 

g2n 388 II Ira Hakes, b. 188 1. 

CHILDREN OF (308) 

Ledgard Hakes, 6 of Billings, 5 of Jesse, 4 of Richard, 8 
of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Rosalie. 

Charles C. Hakes, b. at Wellsville 1859; res. 
Freemont, Nebraska. 

Burt Hakes, b. in Wisconsin, 1868; res. Free- 
mont, Nebraska. 

Clinton D. Hakes, b. Monticello, Iowa, 1871; 
res. Winslow, 111. 

children of (347) 

Giles Julian Hakes, 6 of Harry, 5 of Amos, 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Phebe. 

gJi 392 I Nancy E. Hakes, b. June 1, 1855 ; m. Amos 

Brown, 1878; res. Dexter, Iowa. 

gin 393 II Montague Hakes, b. February 24, 1858; m. 
December 25, 1884, to Hattie Arnold; 
merchant; res. Lourens, Iowa. 
394 III Addison T. Hakes, b. September 8, 1 861, at 
Martelle, Iowa; m. November 20, 1881, 
to Lettie Miller; occ. farmer; res. Mar- 
telle, Jones County, Iowa. 



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gen 395 IV James R. Hakes, b. July 9, 1866; occ. mer- 
chant; res. Lourens, Iowa. 

c?n 396 V Hattie E. Hakes, b. July 7, 1868, at Mar- 
telle, Iowa; m. Allie Port November 4, 
1886; res. Martelle, Jones County, Iowa. 
397 VI Ella Hakes, b. February 24, 1870; res. Mar- 
telle, Iowa. 



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(children of 350) 

Nelson Hakes, 6 son of Harry, 5 of Amos, 4 of Rich- 
ard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Emily, 
gin 398 I Frank M. Hakes, b. at Martelle, Jones Coun- 

ty, Iowa, December 10, 1858; farmer; 
res. Martelle, Iowa, 
gin 399 II Frederick B. Hakes, b. at Marion, Iowa, No- 
vember 20, i860; m. Olive L. Klinter- 
fetler March 1, 1883 ; res. Martelle, Iowa; 
occ. farmer. 
gJn 400 III Ida A. Hakes, b. at Marion, Iowa, October 
31, 1862; m. Andrew J. Weatherson 
May 1, 1883; res. Martelle, Iowa. 
^ 401 IV John Hakes, b. September 14, 1865 ; farmer; 

res. Martelle, Iowa. 
gJa 402 V Harry Hakes, b. September 14, 1865; 
farmer; res. Martelle, Iowa. 
Inez L. Hakes, b. Martelle, Iowa, May 6, 

1869 ; m. Frank A. Kohl May 6, 1884. 
Mary L. Hakes, b. July 18, 1871; d. May 

4, 1873, at Martelle, Iowa. 
Minnie Hakes, b. Martelle, Iowa, December 

19, 1873. 
Margaret C. Hakes, b. March 28, 1876; res. 

Martelle, Iowa. 
Fanny Jane Hakes, b. August 3, 1878. 
Olive B. Hakes, b. October 14, 1880. 



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409 XII James Arthur C. Hakes, b. September 30, 
1882; d. September 10, 1883. 
e 7 n 410 XIII Walter Perry Hakes, b. August 5, 1884. 

CHILDREN OF (357) 

Dever Wallace Hakes, 6 son of Harry, 5 of Amos, 4 

of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 

Alice C. 
^ n 41 1 I Allie B. Hakes, b. Marion, Iowa, June 22, 

1869; d. April 22, 1870. 
J n 412 II Stella L. Hakes, b. December 13, 1871; res. 

Marion, Linn County, Iowa. 
^413 III Charles Julian Hakes, b. June 15, 1874; res m 

Marion, Iowa. 
J n 414 IV Willard E. Hakes, b. February 23, 1876; 

res. Marion, Iowa. 
J n 415 V Ulissus B. Hakes, b. March 9, 1878; res. 

Marion, Iowa. 
* n 416 VI Etta E. Hakes, b. March 4, 1880; res. 

Marion, Iowa. 

CHILDREN OF (3 1 8) 

Isaac W. Hakes, Jr., 6 son of Isaac, 5 of Jesse, 4 of 
Richard, 8 of George, 2 of Solomon. 1 and 
Mary. 

g ?n 4*7 I William Williams Hakes, b. 1856; res. Wind- 

sor, Conn. 

J n 418 II Leon Perkins Hakes, b. 1858; d. 1859 at 
Norwich, Conn. 

gL 4*9 m Sarah White Hakes, b. i860; res. Windsor, 
Conn. Teacher. 

Jn 420 IV Dwight West Hakes, b. 1866; res. Windsor, 
Conn. Insurance clerk. 



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CHILDREN OF (3 1 9) 

Albert H. Hakes, 6 son of Isaac, 5 of Jesse, 4 of Rich- 
ard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Lucy. 

Webster Hakes, b. 1858; m. 1884 to Maud 
Mary Crampton; res. River Forest, 111. 

Anna Webster Hakes, b. i860; m. 1885 to 
Edwin G. Cornean; res. Oak Park, 111. 

Claudia Hakes, b. 1862 /; m. Harry Hough; 
res. Chicago, 111. 

Martha Lois Hakes, b. 1865; res. Chicago, 
Illinois, 

children of (320) 

Dwight W. Hakes, 6 son of Isaac, 6 of Jesse, 4 of Rich- 
ard,* of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Lucy. 
g?n 425 I Lizzie Trumbull Hakes, b. 

gj n 426 II Annie Seymour Hakes, b.; d 1883 at Col- 
chester, Conn. 
427 III Dwight West Hakes, Jr. b. 

children of (321) 

Charles B. Hakes 6 son of Isaac, 5 of Jesse, 4 of Rich- 
ard, 8 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Jennie. 

Louisa Hakes, b. June 14, 1867; res. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Frederick Kensington P. Hakes, b. Novem- 
ber 8, 1873; res - Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Nellie Trumbull Hakes, b June 26, 1877 ; res. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

children of (338) 

Elisha B. Hakes, 6 of Perez, Jr., 5 of Perez, Sr., 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon. 1 and 
Eleanor. 



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54 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

^431 I Hamilton Hakes, b. at Pitcher, N. Y., April, 

1855 ; m.\ res. Murry, N. Y. 

^ 432 II Floyd Hakes, b. at Pitcher, 1858. 

g?n 433 HI Ollie Hakes, b. at Pitcher, 1864; res. Greene; 
occ. livery. 

CHILDREN OF (339) 

Rufus B. Hakes, 6 of Perez, Jr., 6 of Perez, Sr., 4 of 

Richard, 3 of George, 3 of Solomon, 1 and 

Amanda D. 
Fred L. Hakes, b. at Pitcher January 21, 

1872; res. Albion, N. Y. 
Ellwin M. Hakes, b. at Pitcher January 2, 

1876; res. Albion. 
Chester R. Hakes, b. at Gains February 9, 

1880; res. Albion. 
Minnie C. Hakes, b. at Pitcher January 6, 

1870; res. Albion. 
Mary E. Hakes, b. at Pitcher December 9, 

1874; res. Albion. 

CHILDREN OF (34 1 ) 

John S. Hakes, 6 of Perez, Jr., 5 of Perez, Sr., 4 of Rich- 
ard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Mary. 

Milford L. Hakes, b. at Gains March, 1872; 
res. Gains. 

Louie A. Hakes, b. at Gains, 1875; res. 
Gains. 

Carl P. Hakes, b. at Gains, 1877; res. 
Gains. 

children of (346) 

Barnett Hakes, 6 of Perez, Jr., 5 of Perez, Sr., 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Clara. 



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g * n 442 I Nelson Hakes, b. at Gains, 1875 ; res. Murry, 

N. Y. 
gin 443 II Arthur Hakes, b. at Gains, 1880; res. Murry, 

N. Y. 
g £j 444 III Jenevia Hakes, b. at Gains, 1877; res. 

Murry, N. Y, 

CHILDREN OF (288) 

Solomon Hakes, 6 son of George, 5 of Solomon, 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon. 1 

* n 445 I Dewitt C. Hakes, b. May 19, i860; mer- 

chant; res. Cahoes, N. Y. 

gj n 446 II Cornelia Hakes, b. August 17, 1 861 ; res. 
Pitcher, N. Y. 

Jn 447 HI Anna Hakes, b. June 6, 1864; res. Pitcher, 
N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (290) 

Roswell Hakes, 6 son of George, 5 of Solomon, 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon. 1 
g * n 448 I Lynn Hakes, b. March, 1880; res. Pitcher, 

N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (298) 

David M. Hakes, 6 son of Dennison R., 5 of Perez, 4 
of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Ophelia. 
gj n 449 I Agnes Hakes, b. 1864?; res. Anamora, Iowa. 

£ 450 II Maud Hakes, b. 1869 ?. 

CHILDREN OF (3OO) 

Lucius M. Hakes, 6 son of Dennison R., 5 of Perez, 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Julia. 
gj n 451 I De Cal Hakes, b. September 22, 1869; res - 

North Pitcher, N. Y. 



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452 II Bertha Hakes, b. April, 1873. 



$6 THE HAKES FAMILY, 

CHILDREN OF (302) 

Hascall R. Hakes, 6 son of Dennison R., 5 of Perez,* of 

Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 

Ella, 
gin 453 I 2fe//<? Hakes, b. December 10, 1872; res. 

Pitcher, N. Y. 
gin 454 II Claude Hakes, b. March 6, 1876; res. Pitcher, 

N. Y. 
gj» 455 HI Catharine Hakes b. July 30, 1886; res. 

Pitcher, N. Y. 

children of (304) 

Frank P. Hakes, 6 son of Dennison R.,* of Perez, 4 of 

of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 

De Etta. 
J n 456 I Lena D. Hakes, b. February 28, 1872; yes. 

Pitcher, N. Y. 
J n 457 II Viola E. Hakes, b. June 29, 1875; res. 

Pitcher, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF (360) 

Elihu Hakes, Jr., 6 3d., son of Elihu, Jr., 5 of Elihu, 
Sr., 4 of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solo- 
mon. 1 

J n 458 I Nellie W. Hakes, b. 1869. 

gin 459 H Mamie Hakes, b. 1872. 

gja 460 III Charles Elihu Hakes, b. 1876. 

CHILDREN OF (361) 

Alonzo L. Hakes, 6 son of Elihu, Jr., 5 of Elihu, Sr., 4 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon. 1 

gj n 461 I William M. Hakes, b. 1872; res. Gilberts- 

ville, Otsego County, N. Y. 

g J n 462 II Gertrude M. hakes, b. 1876; res. Gilberts- 
ville, Otsego County, N. Y. 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 57 

CHILDREN OF (366) 

Henry C. Hakes, 6 of Elihu, Jr., 5 of Elihu, Sr., 4 of 
Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon. 1 
J n 463 I Lila B. Hakes, b. 1868. 

J n 464 II Lynn W. Hakes, b. 1880. 

children of (421) 

Webster Hakes, 7 of Albert H., 6 of Isaac, 5 of Jesse, 4 
Richard, 3 of George, 3 of Solomon, 1 and 
Maud. 
g f n 465 I Son, b. Name and age unascertained; res. 

Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN OF (43 1) 

Hamilton Hakes, 7 of Elisha, 5 of Perez, Jr., 5 of Perez, 
Sr., 4 of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon. 1 
£ n 466 I Thela Hakes, b. Date not ascertained. 

children of (432) 

Floyd Hakes, 7 son of Elisha, 5 of Perez, Jr., 5 of Perez, 
Sr., 4 of Richard, 3 of George* of Solomon. 1 
g?n 467 I Eleanor Hakes, b. Date not ascertained. 

children of (393) 

Montague Hakes, 7 son of Giles J., 6 of Harry, 5 of 
Amos, 4 of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Hattie. 
£ 468 I B* G. A, Hakes, b. June 15, 1886, at Lour- 

ens, Pocahontas County, Iowa. 

CHILDREN OF (394) 

Addison T. Hakes, 7 of Giles J., 6 of Harry, 5 of Amos, 4 
of Richard, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Lettie. 



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g* 469 I Ralph Hakes, b. April I, 1882, at Martelle. 

Iowa. 
^ 470 H May Hakes, b. July 28, 1884 at Martelle, 

Iowa. 
g * n 471 III Vance Hakes, b. August 8, 1886, at Martelle, 

Iowa. 



Here closes the stock of Richard, 3d gen., as far as re- 
ported. 



WE HERE COMMENCE OUR THIRD TABLE, TO 

WIT: 



THE DESCENDANTS OF (9) 

George S. Hakes, Jr., 3 son of George, 2 of Solo- 
mon, 1 and Zurvia (Church). 

^ 472 I Robinson Hakes, b. at Hancock, t Berk- 
shire County, Mass., 1776; m. , 

Lived and d. at St. Albans, Vermont, about 
1840 1. He had three or four daughters. 
No sons. 

gen 473 II Esther Hakes, b. Berkshire County, Mass., 
1778; m. Mr. Ford, 1800; d. at Middle- 
town, Delaware County, N. Y. Date 
not ascertained. 

g tu 474 HI Hannah Hakes, b. Berkshire County, Mass., 
1780; m. Eleazer Carr; res. at Sauls- 
bury, Herkimer County, N. Y.; d. 1858. 
She was the grandmother of Hon. Charles 
E. Rice, now President Judge of Luzerne 
County, Pa.; also grandmother of Lewis 
Carr, late District Attorney at Port Jervis, 
N. Y. 

gfn 475 IV Zurvia Hakes, b. Berkshire County, Mass., 
1782; m. Charles Porter; d.; date and 
place unascertained. 

gen 476 V Elizabeth Hakes, b. Berkshire County, Mass., 
1784; ^.Nathaniel Ross; d. in Scho- 
harie County, N. Y., 1822. 



60 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

gen 477 VI Priscilla Hakes, b. Berkshire County, Mass., 
1786; m. Mr. Lewis. After the death of 
Mr. Lewis she kept the first grand hotel 
as a summer resort at Saratoga, N. Y. 
Her oldest daughter m. a son of Dr. 
Francis Wayland, of N. Y. The doctor 
spent his winters at Charleston, S. C.,and 
•his summer months at Saratoga. It may 
fee presumed that the son went with his 
father to look after him, and also his own 
interests. 

<»a 478 VII Lyman Hakes, b. at Hancock, ? Berkshire 
County, Mass., May 26, 1788; m. 1st, 
Nancy Dayton, of Watertown, Litchfield 
County, Conn., at Harpersfield, Delaware 
County, N. Y., where she was teaching 
school, September 22, 181 3. She died 
in 1850, after raising a family of 
eight children; m. 2d, Delinda Osborn ; 
occ. farmer. Was for several years Supervi- 
sor of Harpersfield; took an active part in 
building up schools and establishing use- 
ful libraries, and was of much value to the 
young men in their debating societies. 
He was the leading spirit in favor of 
good ijoads, and in the construction of a 
turnpike through Delaware and Scho- 
harie Counties, about 1836. In 1 841 he 
was commissioned by Governor W. H. 
Seward Judge of the Courts of Delaware 
County. It was during his term that the 
anti-rent insurrection broke out, making 
much business for the Courts. In the 
war of 1 8 12 he was drafted into the mili- 
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THE HAKES FAMILY. 6 1 

York. In those days bounties for soldiers were unknown. 
Each man must provide his own weapon and accoutrements. 
He was honorably discharged, and started home without a 
shilling. About 1870 he was awarded a pension of $100 a 
year, every dollar of which he would give away as soon as 
recieved; d. at Harpersfield, Delaware County, N. Y., July 
14, 1873. 

CHILDREN OF (478) 

Lyman Hakes, 4 son of George, S., Jr., 3 of George, 
Sr., 2 of Solomon. 1 and Nancy. 
<fn 479 I Lyman Hakes, Jr., b. at Harpersfield, Dela- 

ware County, N. Y., March 23, 1816; m. 
1st, Elizabeth J. Baldwin at Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa., 1 85 1 t\ 2d, Margaret D. Cowley, of 
Pittsburg, Pa., 1869 ?. Attorney at Law 
at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., from 1840; d. De- 
cember 8, 1873. 
By permission of George B. Kulp, Esq., one of his older 
students, editor and publisher of the Luzerne Legal Regis- 
ter, his obituary and proceedings of the Luzerne Bar therein, 
are here inserted : — 

Died, at his residence in this city, early Monday morn- 
ing, December 8th, 1873, Lyman Hakes, Esq., after nearly 
three years of failing health. He had achieved a wide repu- 
tation as a lawyer. He was distinguished for his clear per- 
ception, fine logical powers, and remarkable legal instincts, 
and these gifts, sustained by extensive reading, placed him 
at the head of his profession as a criminal lawyer at the bar 
of Luzerne, and of many other counties to which his practice 
extended. He was a son of the late Hon. Lyman Hakes, 
at one time Judge of Delaware County, New York, where 
he was born March 23, 1816. Hon. Harlo Hakes, of Hor- 
nellsville, New York, and Hon. Harry Hakes, of this county, 
are his brothers. He came to Pennsylvania in 1837, and 



62 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

> 

for some time taught school at Berwick, Columbia County. 
While thus engaged he commenced the study of law under 
the tuition of the late Hon. S. F. Headley. In 1839 he 
came to Wilkes- Barre, continued his legal studies under 
William Wurtz, Esq., and was admitted to the bar at the 
April term, in 1841, in a class with Hon. E. L. Dana and 
the late Horatio W. Nicholson, Esq. Very early in his 
career Mr. Hakes gave evidence of his power as a criminal 
lawyer, which afterwards distinguished him. He had to 
contend against able men and powerful orators, who did 
little to help the struggling young attorney ; but opposition 
only developed the powers of his mind, and his strength of 
will overcame every obstacle, until he stood the peer of the 
brightest, if not, indeed, peerless at the Luzerne bar. He 
was not a brilliant orator, but he had a mathematical mind 
capable of condensing facts and presenting them to a jury 
in a most convincing manner. He excelled in clearness of 
statement, and was always powerful before a jury. In the 
earlier years of his practice Mr. Hakes was a close student, 
and was almost as successful in civil as in criminal cases, 
but in his later years his practice was principally criminal, 
and books were in a great measure neglected. But even 
up to the last he was no mean antagonist in any case. In 
the midst of a large practice at the bar he found time to 
keep up with the current scientific literature of the day, and 
was greatly interested in all scientific discoveries. He had 
almost a passion for machinery, and when riding on a rail- 
road almost invariably took a position on the locomotive. 
In appreciation of this trait of his character the Lacka- 
wanna and Bloomsburg Railroad Company named one of 
their locomotives the " Lyman Hakes." Among the stu- 
dents of the deceased are to be found some of our most 
promising young lawyers. George W. Tutton, now de- 
ceased, C. D. Foster, Harry Hakes, C. E. Rice, Andrew 
Hunlock, G. L. Halsey, Esqs., and others received their 



THE HAKES FAMILY. , 63 

legal instruction from Mr. Hakes. The intercourse be- 
tween Mr. Hakes and the young gentlemen who studied 
under him, of which we can truthfully testify, was ever of 
the most agreeable kind. So likewise the indulgence he 
manifested towards the younger members of the bar. He 
was not envious of any other's success, but rather preferred 
giving aid to its further advancement. 

While it is not possible in a notice such as this to com- 
ment on all that is worthy of remark ; there is, neverthe- 
less, a trait pertaining to legal ethics wherein this practi- 
titioner was always the most scrupulous. He stood stead- 
fastly by his word. His fellow-attorney need not ask under 
his signature for the evidence of any agreement pertaining 
to any matter to come before court on trial. His word was 
sufficient. What he verbally agreed to do was with him a 
matter of professional pride to consummate. 

In his private life, Mr. Hakes had many admirers, and 
this not without cause. He was a true and faithful friend ; 
in the capacity of a neighbor, justly noted. There were few 
men more ready to serve, to aid, to counsel. His gen- 
erosity was noble and exalted. Perhaps the highest meed 
of praise that man can bestow upon man is that due to 
charity. And all who knew Mr. Hakes freely accord to 
him the exercise of this Heaven-born virtue. The last dime 
in the purse was never refused to the cry of the needy. 
If he did not always give with discrimination, he gave liber- 
ally; and whatever were his faults, there are many whom 
he has befriended who will sincerely mourn his loss. 

In the estimation of human character we are accustomed 
to place most confidence in the evidence of those most 
qualified, from closest intimacy, to judge. And it is in this 
case well worthy of notice that all nearest allied to this man 
in professional, social and domestic life, bear the same testi- 
mony to his many virtues, and most keenly feel the Provi- 
dence which has summoned him from amongst us. 



64 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

The writer of this knew Mr. Hakes well. As a student 
in his office, for a while a member of his family, by our in- 
tercourse with him, we learned not only to respect him, 
but to love him, and we here drop a tear to his memory. 

" And the night dew that falls, though in silence it weeps, 
Shall brighten with verdure the grave where he sleeps." 

BAR MEETING. 

At a meeting of the members of the Bar of Luzerne 
County, held in the court-room, at Wilkes-Barre, on Tues- 
day, December 9th, A. D. 1873, A. R. Brundage, Esq., was 
chosen Chairman, and H. B. Payne, Esq., Secretary. 

On motion, a committee of five, composed of C. E. 
Wright, Esq., Chairman; I. P. Hand, W. W. Ketcham, 
Oristus Collins, and H. M. Hoyt, Esqs., was appointed to 
report on resolutions at an adjourned meeting, to be held 
on Thursday, December nth. 

Pursuant to adjournment, the members of the Bar were 
called to order by A. R. Brundage, Esq., in the court-room, 
on Thursday, December nth, 1873, immediately after the 
morning session of the Argument Court. 

Hon. C. E. Wright, Chairman of the Committee on Res- 
olutions, reported as follows : 

As members of the legal profession, we assemble to-day in compliance 
with that custom which ever and anon cites us to appear and hold converse 
over the dead. As our number year after year increases, more and more fre- 
quently are we summoned thus together. And now another of our fraternity 
has migrated to " that undiscovered country, from whose bourne no traveler re- 
turns." He is gone, but not unexpectedly ; we were prepared for the hap- 
pening of an event which confirmed malady too certainly foretold. That we 
are gathered here to express our common sympathy, and give utterance of the 
same to the public ear, it is satisfactory, indeed, that so much can be justly 
said in pra.se of the departed. We shall but echo the common sentiment of 
our county in offering tribute of our admiration of his abilities, and apprecia- 
tion of his manly traits. 

Lyman Hakes was truly a man of marked characteristics. In mind, he 
was much above the average; in social habits, frank and confiding; in do- 
mestic life, genial and kind ; in his nature charitable ; in many of his tastes, 
refined and cultivated. The profession of his choice, the achievements of 
science, the grand triumphs of mechanical powers, as also the production of 
the sculptor's chisel and the painter's brush , found in him both a patron and 
worshiper. But his work is accomplished ; and he is called off from further 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 65 

labor and from further triumphs. Many the battles he bravely fought ; many 
the victories gained. A mightier foeman than met at the bar has at length 
struck down the muscular frame and chilled the current of his blood. Where 
he lies to-day, covered by the laurels he won, we, his associates and fellows 
of the same bar, must in turn follow him. 

In evidence of our esteem for him as a man, a neighbor, a friend, and a 
fellow-practitioner, we submit the following : 

Resolved^ That we hereby give expression to our deep regret and sorrow, 
caused by the Providence that has again broken our ranks and claimed another 
victim. 

Resolved^ That our bar has lost a member of distinction ; the profession, an 
advocate whose genius enhanced its claim to renown ; the community, a man 
many years connected with its growing interests ; and many, a faithful friend. 
At the same time the suffering poor are deprived of one who always responded 
to their appeals for the exercise of charity. 

Resolved^ That our condolence are hereby extended to the bereaved rela- 
tives, and that a copy of these proceedings be furnished them. Also, that 
they be published in the papers of the county. 

Resolved^ That we wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days. 

On motion of Hon. Stanley Woodward, the resolutions 
were adopted. 

Pending this motion, C. E. Lathrop, Esq., said : 

My acquaintance with Mr. Hakes has not been so intimate of late years, 
but I knew him well in his early history. He came to Wilkes-Barre in the 
spring of 1839, and entered his name as a student in the office of my brother- 
in-law, the late William Wurtz, Esq., in whose family I was then a resident. 
The deceased was then about twenty-three years of age Though but a mere 
lad, and in attendance upon school, I devoted my leisure hours to the study of 
law in the same office, and was thus a quasi fellow-student of his. He was a 
close student, and early exhibited those faculties which in after years made 
him so famous as a lawyer I have often heard him remark while a student 
that he meant to be no ordinary lawyer, but to aim for a high position at the 
bar, which, in that day, was no easy matter. How well he fulfilled that pre- 
diction this day's proceedings abundantly testify. The deceased was pecu- 
liarly genial and happy in his disposition, and was always pleasant and agree- 
able to younger persons. Having been thus associated with the deceased in 
early life, I have watched his career with great interest and pride. Though 
not without his faults, the deceased had a mind of great power and ability, 
and developed many qualities which, taken all in all, marked him as a man 
upon whose like we shall seldom look again. 

Hon. C. E. Wright, said : 

Mr. Chairman : — I desire to add a word in justification of my own posi- 
tion in connection with this man, who will no more be seen in our midst. It 
is a pleasure for me to do so. When I returned to my native county in 1853, 
I found Mr. Hakes, to me then a stranger, occupying a place at the bar. By 
some I was rather counseled to avoid him, as there seemed to be a current of 
public sentiment running against him. I can't deny but I was placed 
under influence by this, and had but little intercourse with him. However, a 
few years overcame the wrongly formed opinion, and I was happy to change 
it. I admit it was erroneous. I came to look through the outward seeming 
of the man, and estimate him by his demonstrations of mind and sentiments of 
heart. Therefore it was that I admired where before I had suspected. 
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66 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

In my professional intercourse with Mr. Hakes I had always the satisfac- 
tion of feeling that I was dealing with a man of honor. His word I took 
without hesitation, and it was never broken. And I now sum up the leading 
features of his character, as I came to learn, with much satisfaction of heart. 
In my view he was a man of kindly emotion ; of true honor in connection 
with his fellow-practitioners ; a man of truth ; a man of charity. And having 
said this, what weight, in the minds of just and intelligent men, should the 
foibles and unpolished phases of his character claim ? It is idle even to re- 
gard them. 

I am happy, Mr. Chairman, to refer to that other and better aspect of 
character, which in this case, as in all others, it is most pleasant to contem- 
plate. I have seen this man weep under appeals made to the heart. I saw 
him, a few years ago, on the camp-ground, showing the most indubitable signs 
of a heart drawn to the considerations of things pertaining to the state beyond 
this life. I heard it stated by Father Hunt, at his funeral, that on different 
occasions he had bowed the knee with him in prayer to God. So, in passing 
upon him now, it becomes us as men to cast aside the minor traits which in 
his manner may at the time have excited objection, and to regard the more 
noble and generous features, which he possessed in a large degree, 

Hon. W. W. Ketcham, said: 

Mr. Chairman : — I should have to travel a great distance to find an audi- 
ence to whom I could tell anything new of Lyman Hakes. He was for more 
than thirty years an active practitioner at this bar, and very much at the bars 
of surrounding counties and in the Supreme Court, and so known to most of 
the lawyers of the state, and to a very large body of people who attended and 
were interested in the courts. Besides all this his genial, social qualities, his 
love of the masses, and the happiness he derived from mingling with the com- 
mon people, made his name and presence familiar all over a large extent of 
the country. 

Having when but a boy cast himself upon his own innate resources, and 
without fortune, education or influence to aid him, he found his first footing 
and the first sympathy with the poor, and his road lay from the bottom on up 
through all grades of men to the position where his last work was done. 

The poor and the common people had been his friends in the hour of his 
need, and had generously seconded his ambition and brought him from ob- 
scurity to distinction ; and he never forgot them or separated from them. As 
they had been his friend, so they had no better friend than Lyman Hakes. 
Had he been avaricious, he would have died a very rich man. His profes- 
sional earnings, well invested, would have made him rich. But he was gen- 
erous to a fault ; charitable to prodigality. The poor had their full share of 
his gatherings. 

He was frank, truthful, and in all things an honorable and reliable lawyer ; 
and if so there, so everywhere. He was able. His intellect was much above 
the average, and combined a marvelous variety of qualities and faculties ; a 
strange association of power and beauty ; a clear and unfailing perception ; a 
vigorous, keen logic ; a rare breadth of view and great power of endurance ; 
and courage that delighted in the bold desperate conflict where mind, will, 
passion, character, ambition, all there is in the heart, soul, mind and body, 
contests and decides the issues of fortune and of life and death ; and along 
with these, an enthusiasm for machinery and mechanical science, and still yet 
a passion for the beautiful both in nature and art. 

He was a thorough and profound student of principle, and a master of 
elementary law; and his fine legal instincts enabled him with little effort to 
approximate all that he needed of the stare decisis. Without the advantages of 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 6j 

the schools, his pride of energy and taste had given him command of good, 
expressive English ; and very few men have excelled him in ingenuity, or 
clearness or force of statement, either in argument to the court or to the jury. 

To sum up in brief: Whether making demonstrations from some intricate 
and involved legal proposition before the highest tribunal of the state; or strug- 
gling for the life of a prisoner in the Oyer and Terminer ; or unlocking the 
mysteries of Fearn on Remainders, and threading the gossamer specula ions of 
the scintilla-juris; or exulting over the triump of genius in the locomotive; or 
strolling, wrapt in the dream of the picture gallery; or participating in the 
rustic amusements of the fair-ground, he was a remarkable man ; and for his 
ability and honor as a lawyer, and for his genius and liberal tastes and benevo- 
lence as a man, he will be long remembered by. the bar and ty the people. 

S. S. Winchester, Esq., said he was acquainted with Mr. Hakes very in- 
timately ; went to school to him, and had an opportunity to know the kind- 
ness of his heart. Mr. W. spoke feelingly of the melancholy close of the life 
of the deceased, and referred to another prominent member of the bar, Mr. G. 
B. Nicholson, who fought for years against disease. In the case of the latter 
gentleman, when the bodily powers had nearly all failed, the mind retained 
all its vigor ; but how different the case of our brother just deceased. 

The last day of his life Mr. Hakes sent for the speaker, who placed him 
upon a chair and spent some time with him. He was attended in his illness 
by a devoted, faithlul wife, who not only watched by his bedside but guided 
his feeble steps through the streets. Such love and devotion called forth our 
deepest sympathy and most profound respect. 

The deceased was truly a great man in his profession. As a criminal 
lawyer he had no superior in Northern Pennsylvania. His energy in behalf 
of his clients was untiring. He seemed to make his clients case his own, and 
spared no labor to accomplish his end. As a lawyer, his example is a rich 
legacy to all the younger members of the bar. — Mr. Hakes's early struggles 
and ultimate triumph were dwelt upon at considerable length by the speaker. 

gen 480 II Minerva Hakes, b. at Harpersfield, March 
14, 1 81 8; m. Phineas L. Bennett, of 
Harpersfield, and resided there until 1887. 
Mother of Mrs. Francis Dennis, of 
Hornellsville, N. Y., Lyman Hakes Ben- 
nett, of the Luzerne Connty Bar, Alden 
J. Bennett, Banker, of Virginia City, 
Montana, and Isaac, with whom his 
parents reside at Binghampton, N. Y. 

gj n 48 1 III Homer Hakes, b. at Harpersfield, Jan. 6; 1 820; 
m. Anna Judd, April 9, 1844; occ. farmer; 
d. Nov. 13, 1854, in McKean County, Pa. 

gj n 482 IV Adaline Hakes, b. at Harpersfield, October 
16, 1 821; m. Samuel Scott April 19, 
1843; d. at Harpersfield October 5, 
1844. No children. 



68 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

*?n 483 V Harlo Hakes, b. at Harpersfield September 
23, 1823; m. Mary Chandler at Hor- 
nellsville, Steuben County, N. Y., De- 
cember 6, 1855. Attorney at law at 
Hornellsville since 1852; member of As- 
sembly; District Attorney; Register in 
Bankruptcy, and now Judge of the 
Courts of Steuben County. 
g * n 484 VI Harry Hakes, b. at Harpersfield, New 
York, June 10, 1825 m. 1st, Maria Eliza 
Dana 1849; 2d, Harriet Louise Lape, 
August 29, 1855. Doctor in medicine 
1846-1857. Attorney at law since i860; 
res. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
By permission of George B. Kulp, Esq., before men- 
tioned, author of " Families of Wyoming Valley," the fol- 
lowing memorandum from the Luzerne Legal Register is in- 
serted: Vide frontispiece. 

" Harry Hakes, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., by George B. Kulp, 
(a Member of the Luzerne County [Pa.] Bar): — A man be- 
ing successful as a lawyer and a doctor must needs be a 
mentally strong man. A man who has achieved a more 
than ordinary fair standing in both professions is the subject 
of our present sketch. The Hakes family is of English extrac- 
tion and of the earliest Puritan stock. The Hon. Harry Hakes 
was born June 10, 1825, at Harpersfield, Delaware County, 
N. Y. His father, Lyman Hakes, Sr., first saw light as far 
back as 1788, in Berkshire County, Mass., which county 
furnished a large part of the earl / settlers of this valley. 
The grandfather of Harry Hakes was George S. Hakes, 
who married Zurvia Church, of the family of Captain 
Church, about 1775, in Massachusetts. Lyman Hakes, Sr., 
moved to Harpersfield, N. Y., where he died in 1873. He 
married Nancy Dayton, of Watertown, Litchfield County, 
Conn., September 23, 18 13. Her father, Lyman Dayton, 



THE HAKES FAMILY. 69 

was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. The mother of 
Mr. Dayton was Abiah, daughter of Stephen and Rebecca 
Matthews, of Watertown, Conn. Stephen Matthews was 
the son of Thomas Matthews, also of Watertown. He was 
a soldier in the Revolutionary war, and was at the surrender 
of Fort Ticonderoga. Thomas Matthews was the son of 
William Matthews, who emigrated from Wales, England, 
to Connecticut in 167 1. He was born in Watertown in 
1699, and died in 1798, aged ninety-nine years. At the 
age of forty Thomas Matthews was appointed a Magistrate of 
Watertown, and held the office for forty years, being ap- 
pointed yearly, and at the age of eighty declined further 
appointment. Mr. Hakes served in the war of 181 2, and 
was a Judge of the county in which he lived. Mrs. Hannah 
Carr, nee Hakes, sister of Lyman Hakes, Sr., was the grand- 
mother of Hon. C. E. Rice, President Judge of Luzerne 
County. His family consisted of eight children, four sons 
and four daughters. Of the sons Harry was the youngest, 
and Lyman, Jr., for many years a resident and leading 
member of the bar of this county, the oldest. Homer, 
another of the sons, died in 1854. Another son of this 
breeder of big men, Hon. Harlo Hakes, resides at Hornells- 
ville, N. Y. Two of the sisters are still living, one the 
mother of Lyman H. Bennett, a member of the Luzerne 
bar, and residing in Wilkes-Barre. 

The boyhood of Harry Hakes combined the usual ex- 
perience of farmers' sons — work upon tke farm during the 
summer, and attendance upon the district school dur- 
ing the brief school term in winter. He had even at 
that age a habit of study and taste for general reading which 
made him, as nearly as possible for a boy, a proficient in 
all the branches taught, and gave him a fairly good English 
education. 

Leaving the following of the plow, he entered the Cas- 
tleton Medical College, in Vermont, from which institution 



JO THE HAKES FAMILY. 

he graduated in 1846, an M. D., with all the honor that 
title conveys, and opened an office at Davenport Center, N. 
Y., which soon became the center of attraction for a large 
population needing medical help, and in which he remained 
for three years with gratifying financial success to himself, 
and more than equally gratifying good to his patients. 

In June, 1849, when he was but twenty- four years of 
age, he married Maria E. Dana, eldest daughter of Ander- 
son Dana, Jr., of Wilkes-Barre, who was the uncle of ex- 
Judge Edmund L. Dana, of this city. She died the Decem- 
ber following, unfortunately, and the bereaved husband de- 
voted the year 1850 to attendance and faithful and effective 
work in the schools and hospitals of New York City. Then 
he removed to the, at that time rapidly growing village of 
Nanticoke, in this county, where he continued the practice 
of his profession for three years. In 1854 he visited the 
old country, and spent another year of study in the medical 
institutions of London and Paris. Returning he married 
Harriet L. Lape, the daughter of Adam and Elizabeth 
Lape, both natives of this county, August 29, 1855. He 
then resumed his practice as a man of medicine, and, inter- 
spersing it with the care and culture of his fine farm in the 
vicinity of Nanticoke, did good work for himself and coun- 
try until the spring of 1857. He has no children living, 
having lost two in their infancy. 

Dr. Hakes had succeeded in the cure of the physical 
ailments of man, but, probably by hereditary transmission, 
he had an aptitude for the law. His father, as has before 
been stated, was a law-giver of no little distinction. His 
brother was a lawyer of acknowedged repute practicing at 
our own bar. Another brother is one of the leading lawyers 
in the Empire State ; has been District Attorney of his 
county, member of the Legislature, and Register in .Bank- 
ruptcy. Harry began, urged by these influences, the study 



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THE HAKES FAMILY. J I 

of law, in the office of his elder brother Lyman, in 1857, 
passed the usual examination, and was admitted to practice 
January 25, i860. 

In 1864 he was elected a member of the Legislature on 
the Democratic ticket, representing Luzerne County. Dur- 
ing that term, and the succeeding one to which he was re- 
elected, he secured an appropriation of #2,500 each year 
for the Home for Friendless Children. He served on the 
Judiciary Local, Judiciary General, Ways and Means, Cor- 
porations, Federal Relations, and Estates and Escheats 
Committees. He drafted the bill to prevent persons from 
carrying concealed deadly weapons, the bill for the exten- 
sion of the Lehigh Valley Railroad from Wilkes-Barre to 
Waverly, N. Y., and the bill for the collection of debts 
against townships, all of which passed. 

Although he still keeps up his relations with his brethren 
of the " healing art," and takes an active part in business 
and discussions as a member of the Luzerne County Medi- 
cal Society, his attention and time are chiefly given to the 
law, with an occasional digression, at the proper season, 
with the rod and creel along some mountain stream, or an 
excursion with dog and gun into the haunts of the quail, 
the pheasant, and other denizens of the woods. 

The Dr. is a life-long, earnest Democrat, and is always 
ready, both in public and private, to give a reason for the 
faith that is in him. He is a member of the Pennsylvania 
State Medical Society, the American Medical Association, 
and is often a delegate from the Luzerne County Medical 
Society. He is frequently called upon to make speeches 
on* medical, agricultural, and scientific subjects. He is not 
a member of any Christian church, but a Methodist in re- 
ligious belief. 

Dr. Hakes is a genial friend, a kind neighbor, and a 
public spirited citizen. Over six feet in height, he unites 



72 THE HAKES FAMILY. 

with a large frame a large heart, and a grasp, a vigor, and 
an independence of mind which renders empiricism and the 
small art and details of professional life distasteful, but 
especially qualifies him to subject every question, whether 
in medicine, law, or theology, to the rigid test of principle, 
and to that measure and amount of proof of which it is 
reasonably susceptible/' 

£ n 485 VII Caroline Hakes, b. at Harpersfield August 
26, 1827; m. Joseph G. McCall January 
24, 1855. Mother of Mrs. Vienna Corn- 
stock, of Springport, Mich.; Lyman 
Hakes McCall, Attorney at law, Char- 
lotte, Mich.; Miss Florence McCall, 
teacher, Springport, Mich.; of Nancy 
McCall, teacher, George and Harlo; res. 
Wichita, Kansas, 
gfn 486 VIII Vienna Hakes, b. at Harpersfield September 
16, 1830; teacher; d. March 16, 1858. 

CHILDREN OF (48 1 ) 

Homer Hakes, 6 of Lyman, 4 of George, Jr., 3 of George, 
Sr., 2 of Solomon, 1 and Anna. 

^ 487 I Adaline Hakes, b. at Harpersfield, N. Y., 

July 8, 1846; d. January 8, 1856. 

£ 488 II Etta Hakes, b. April, 1849; m - Mr - Abell, 
1870, and has two sons; res. Nebraska. 

CHILDREN OF (483) 

Hon. Harlo Hakes, 6 of Lyman, 4 of George S., Jr., s 
of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Mary. 

* n 489 I Evelyn Hakes, b. March u, 1857; graduate 

of Vassar College; teacher; New York 
City. 

8 m 490 II Hattie V. Hakes, b. at Hornellsville, N. Y., 
August 23, 1859; m. E. G. Saussman 
December 29, 1882; res. Kansas. 



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g * 491 III Carrie M. Hakes, b. August 23, 1859; m. 
William L. Ferris June 30, 1 885. Mother 
of Harlo Hakes Ferris, b. 1886. 

g J n 492 IV Lyman Hakes, b. August- 15, 1865; d. Feb- 
ruary 22, 1868. 
493 V Harlo Hakes, Jr., b. September 28, 1869; 
d. July 25, 1870. 

CHILDREN OF (484) 

Harry Hakes, 5 of Lyman, 4 of George S., Jr., 3 of 
George, Sr., 2 of Solomon, 1 and Har- 
riet L. 

gj n 494 I Minnie Hakes, b. September 25, 1856; d. 

January 4, 1858. 

^ 495 II Lyman Hakes, BL February 16, 1859; d. 
September 26, 1859. 



Here closes the stock of George S.>Jr., 3d gen., as far as 
reported. 



WE HERE COMMENCE THE FOURTH TABLE, 

TO WIT: 



DESCENDANTS OF (io) 

James Hakes, 3 son of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 

Martha. 
g tn 496 I Willard Hakes, b. March 25, 1776; d. May 

18, 1777. 
gen 497 H Rebecca Hakes, b. January 2, 1779; d. June 

, 10, 1780. 
gen 498 III George Washington Hakes, b. August 26, 

1780; m. ; res. Sipeo, N. Y.; d. date 

not known. 
*en 499 IV Amy Hakes, b. March 19, 1782; d. October 

20, 1782. 
g?n 5°° V Hannah Hakes, b. November, 1784; d April 

. 14, 1788. 
g tn SOI VI Celenda Hakes, b. February 27, 1786. No 

further record, 
gi 502 VII Betsy Hakes, b. December 28, 1787. No 

further record. 
gia S°3 VIII Samuel Adams Hakes, b. September 13, 

1789; m. Hannah Vickery February 10, 

1814; d. May 17, 1872. 
gen S°4 IX Giles Russel Hakes, b. April 23, 1791. No 

further record, 
gfn S°S X James Loyal Hakes, b. March 3, 1793. No 

further record. 
gin 5°6 XI Collins Edward Hakes, b. October 30, 1794; 

d. March, 1795. 
^ 507 XII Alanson Hakes, b. May 4, 1797 ; d. June 15, 

1827. 



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* n 508 XIII Weeden Vander Hakes, b. April i, 1800, in 
Rochester, N. Y.; m. Eliza Amanda 
Bebee; shoemaker; d. February 24, 
1884, at Mesa, Maricopa County, Ari- 
zona Ty. 

CHILDREN OF (498) 

George Washington Hakes, 4 son of James, 3 of 
George, 2 of Solomon. 1 

gfn 5°9 I George Hakes, b.\ res. Sipeo, N. Y. 

children of (503) 

Samuel Adams Hakes, 4 son of James, 3 of George, 2 
of Solomon, 1 and Hannah. 

510 I Hannah Maria Hakes, b. April 6. 1815, at 
Hancock, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. 
September 10, 1838, at Nassau, N. Y. 

511 II Lorenzo Harris Hakes, b. September 1 9, 1 8 1 6, 
at Hancock, Berkshire County, Mass.; 
res. Canaan, Conn.; farmer and carpen- 
ter. Enlisted in 1863, war of the States, 
as private, in Company " K," Sixteenth 
Regiment, New York Cavalry, at 228 
Broadway, New York City, for three 
years, or during the war. Was honora- 
bly discharged for disability August 6, 
1864, and is pensioned at $4 per month. 
Was a member of the Connecticut Legis- 
lature for 1869. Grand Juror for six 
years. Justice of the Peace eight years, 
and member of the Board of Relief sev- 
eral years; m. Phebe Gillet, of Canaan, 
January 1, 1838. 



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^512 III Norman S. Hakes, 6. July 5, 18 18, at Han- 
cock, Mass.; m. Delia Maria Fox, 1840; 

farmer and carpenter; d. April 18, 1854, 
at Bronson, Ohio. 

,5, 513 IV Eli Vickery Hakes, b. at Hancock, Mass., 
March 9, 1820 ; res. Treeville, Tompkins 
County, N. Y. 

g?n 5 14 V Lois Lothetta Hakes, b. at Sempronius, N. Y., 
June 10, 1823; m. ; occ. gold min- 
ing; d. in California. 

g?n S J S VI Betsy Hakes, b. at Sempronius, N. Y., No- 
vember 11, 1825; m. Daniel Lyon, of 
Ohio; res. Clarksville, Ohio. 

g»n 5 J 6 VII Robert Emmet Hakes, b. Sempronius, N. Y., 

August 22, 1827; m. Maria ; of 

Ohio; occ. carpenter; res. Missouri. 

g?n S l 7 VIII Emery Willard Hakes, b. July 21, 1829; m. 
Eva Bowker, of Ohio; farmer; res. 
Fitchville, Ohio. 

^518 IX Dorr Hakes, b. at Nassau, N. Y., November 
17, 1838; m. Rebecca Purrine February 
2, 1862; farmer; res. Valley Ford, So- 
noma County, California. 

CHILDREN OF (508) 

Weeden Vander Hakes, 4 son of James, 3 of George, 

of Solomon, 1 and Eliza. 
^519 I Avis Ann Hakes, b. 1826; m. Clark Cyrenus 

Fabun; d. 1846 in Michigan, 
gfn S 2 ° H Sarah Mellissa Hakes, b. 1828; m. Daniel 

Porter Clark; Parawan, Utah ; Teacher. 
g ?n 521 HI Martha Almira Hakes, b. 1831. 
gj n 522 IV Susan Delilah Hakes, £. September, 1829, in 

Ohio; m. Clark Cyrenus Fabun, 1847; d. 

1856 at San Bernardino, California. 



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26, 1837; m. Mabel Ann MorseJElder; 

Justice of the Peace and farmer; res. 

Mesa, Arizona Ty. 
gj n 524 VI Harriet Jennett Hakes, b. Illinois May 9, 

1839; res. Parawan, Utah Ty. 
g?n 525 VII Patty Celinda Hakes, b. 1841; d. 1847 in 

Omaha. 

CHILDREN OF (5 12) 

Norman S. Hakes, 5 son of Samuel, 4 of James, 3 of 
George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Delia Maria. 
Annette Hakes , b. 1842 ?. 
James Henry Hakes, b. 1844 — 
Willie Hakes, 6. 1846 ?. 
Samuel Albert Hakes, b. 1849 ?. 
g?n S30 V Martha Hakes, b. 185 1 ?. 

CHILDREN OF (5 1 6) 

Robert Emmett Hakes, 5 son of Samuel, 4 of James, 8 
of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Maria. 
g?n 53 1 I Frank Hakes, b. 

g?n S3 2 II Carrie Hakes, b. 

CHILDREN OF (5 1 7) 

Emery Willard Hakes, 5 son of Samuel, 4 of James, 3 
of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and Eva. 

Son Hakes, b.\ d. Can get no response from 
E. W. Hakes. 

Lucy Hakes, b. 

Mamie Hakes, b. 

Susie Hakes, b. 

CHILDREN OF (514) 

Lois Lothetta Hakes, 5 son of Samuel, 4 of James, 3 
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CHILDREN OF (5 1 1) 

Lorenzo Harris Hakes, 6 son of Samuel, 4 of James, 3 
of George, 2 of Solomon. 1 

gjn 540 I Joseph L. Hakes, b. Canaan, Conn., Septem- 

ber 27, 1838; m. 1st, Sarah A. Moses 
March i, 1857; 2d, May 2, 1865, Mary 
R. Ives, of Tolland, Mass.; res, Ansonia, 
Conn.; sawyer and box maker. 

gj n 541 II Eugene N. Hakes, b. East Granville, Mass., 
December 4, 1840; res. Canaan, Conn. 
Was soldier in the Union Army, late 
war. m. Emma Howe June 27, 187 1. 
No issue. Farmer. 

CHILDREN OF (5 1 8) 

Dorr Hakes, 5 son of Samuel, 4 of James/ of George, 2 
of Solomon, 1 and Rebecca. 
* n 542 I Colista May Hakes, b. April 6, 1865 ; school 

teacher; res. Valley Ford, Sonoma Coun- 
ty, California. 
g?n 543 H Ulysses Hakes, b. May 18, 1869; telegraph 
operator; res. Valley Ford, Sonoma 
County, California. 

CHILDREN OF (523) 

Collins Rowe Hakes, 5 son of Weeden Vander, 4 of 
James, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Mable. 

g?n 544 I Ann Eliza Hakes, b. February 14, 1858; m. 

Lyman Leavitt December, 1876; dress- 
maker; res. Mesa, Arizona Ty. 

£ n 545 II Avis Caroline Hakes, b. June 7, i860. 



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THE HAKES FAMILY. 79 

Sarah Melissa Hakes, b. September 25, 

1862; m. James Charlesworth, 1882; 

res. Mesa, Arizona Ty. 
Helen Lotheta Hakes ,b. September 19, 1864; 

d. December 13, 1878. 
Lotta Mable Hakes, b. Nov. 27, 1 866; m. Louis 

E. Lamb June, 1885 ; Mesa, Arizona Ty. 
Harriet Jane Hakes, b. June 7, 1869. 
Effie Elizabeth Hakes, b. December 5, 1871. 
Patty Celinda Hakes, b. June 24, 1874. 
Collins Riley Hakes, b. November 24, 1875. 
Nettie Luela hakes, b. August 1, 1878; d. 

May 2, 1879. 
Daniel Edgar Hakes, b. November 17, 1881. 

555 XII Ruba Amanda Hakes y b. July 12, 1886, 

CHILDREN OF (540) 

Joseph L. Hakes, 6 son of Lorenzo H., 6 of Samuel, 4 
of James, 3 of George, 2 of Solomon, 1 and 
Sarah. 

556 I James Cyrus Hakes, b. January 23, 1866; 
druggist ; res. Paterson, N. J. 

557 II Gertrude Roseltha Hakes, b. June 23, 1868 ; 
res. Ansonia, Conn. 

558 III Stella Josephine Hakes, b. April 5, 1871 ; d. 

June 27, 1881. 
gL 559 IV Myrta Phebe Hakes, b. December 20, 1873; 
res. Ansonia, Conn. 

560 V Ethel Estelle Hakes b. December 23, 1882; 
d. February 14, 1886. 

561 VI Harry Hakes, named after " Harry Hakes," 
of the City of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; b. May 
14. 1886; res. Ansonia, Conn. 



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Here closes the stock of James, 3d gen., as far as reported. 



CONCLUSION. 

In looking over the foregoing tables it is quite manifest 
that there must be many of our name whose whereabouts 
I have been unable to find in the six months I have devoted 
to this work. If, however, each person who receives this 
record will make some effort to find out who and where the 
others are, and will make out memoranda of names, ages, 
births, marriages, residence and occupation, in the same 
manner I have adopted in these tables, and forward the same 
to me, I will undertake to arrange it in order, and publish 
the same as an appendix. With a little exertion on the part 
of every one, we can, within the next year, get every one of 
the name. 

I have heretofore suggested a general meeting of the 
families. No better opportunity can occur than the present 
to say that it is decided that we shall meet at the Interna- 
tional Hotel, at Niagara Falls, on the first Wednesday in 
August, 1887. Without further notice or invitation it is 
hoped that every family and every person will be there on 
that day. Ordinary excuses will not be recognized. Re- 
member the day. With salutations, a " Merry Christmas " 
and a " Happy New Year," I am truly and abundantly your 
cousin, in all the several and various degrees, 

HARRY HAKES. 

December 25, 1886. 



INDEX TO CHRISTIAN NAMES OF DESCENDANTS OF 
SOLOMON HAKES. 



Aaron 19 

Abbie ." 38 

Adaline 67, 72 

Adelia 32, 46 

Adeline 29, 39 

Addison 50 

Agnes 55 

Alanson 74 

Albert ... 17, 24, 40, 43, 44, 48 

Alie 52 

Alice 26 

Almedia 21 

Altania 46, 47 

Alonzo 47 

Almon 26, 28 

Alpheas 31 

Amy 19,32,74 

Amanda 45 

Amos 34 

Angeline 19, 28 

Ann 45, 78 

Anna . . . 3, 8, ,14 38, 44, 53, 55 

Annette 77 

Annie 53 

Arlington 32 

Arthur 49, 55 

Asina 21 

Avis 76, 78 

B. G. A 57 

Belle 56 

Bertha ... ... ... 25, 55 

Betsy ... 13, 16, 18, 37, 74, 76 

Blanchie 25 

Billings; 35 

Bishop 24 

Bridget 36 

Burr 26 

11 



Burt 50 

Caleb 11, 16 

Carey 28 

Carl 54 

Carleton 32 

Caroline 72 

Carrie 27, 31, 49, 73, 77 

Casper 31 

Catharine 27, 33, 41, 56 

Celenda s ... 74 

Celia 25 

Chauncy 20,. 26 

Charles 37, 40, 41, 44, 48, 50, 52 56 

Chapman 13 

Charlie 25 

Charlotte 29 

Chester 54 

Clark 1£ 

Claud 56 

Claudia 53 

Clinton 46, 48, 50 

Colista 78 

Collins 74, 77, 79 

Cornelia 55 

Cornell 25 

Cynthia 39 

D. S 22 

Danforth 17, 21 

Daniel 79 

David 19, 27, 41 

Davis .28 

Deborah 46 

DeCal 55 

Delinda 15 

Dennison 12, 24, 37, 40 

Dever 43, 47 

Devilo 46 



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INDEX. 



DeWitt 32, 55 

Dexter 29 

Dorr . . . . 76 

Dwight 44, 52, 58 

Edgar 25, 30 

Edna 20 

Edward 50 

Effie 79 

Eleanor 57 

Electa 15, 19 

Elias 85, 39, 41 

Elizabeth 27, 46, 59 

Elihu 85, 38, 47 

Elmira 30 

Ella 51 

Ellen 31 

Eli 76 

Elisha 45 

Eliza 19, 45 

Ellwin 54 

Emery 76 

Emily 21, 37 

Emeline 29 

Emma 31, 41, 47 

Emmercy 20 

Emmit 42 

Emmie 31 

Enia 26 

Enos . . 81 

Enoch 26 

Ethel 79 

Etta 25, 52, 72 

Esther 16,35,59 

Eugene 78 

Eunice 34 

Eustatia 47 

Evelyn 72 

Ezekiel 34 

Fanny . . 13. 33, 36, 37, 45, 46, 51 

Fayette 43 

Fidelia 21 

Florence 22 

Floyd 50,54 

Frances 24 



Frank 82, 42, 51, 77 

Franklin 18 

Fred 30, 49, 54 

Frederick 51,53 

George . . 9, 10, 11, 14, 18, 19, 

25, 27, 28, 31, 37, 40, 41, 74, 75 

Gertrude 44, 56, 79 

Giles 46,74 

Grace 27, 30 

Hamilton 54 

Hannah ... 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 

14, 16, 17, 28, 35, 36, 59, 74, 75 

Halsey 21 

Harlan 27 

Harlo 68, 73 

Harriet 20,41,77,79 

Harry 30 

35, 36, 46, 47, 49, 51, 68, 79 

Harvey 18 

Hascall 42 

Hattie . . .22,26,33,49,51,72 

Helen 79 

Hellen — 

Henry 18,38,40,44,47 

Henrietta 25, 48 

Herbert 48 

Hezekiah 21 

Homer 67 

Hosea 20 

Hudson 48 

Ida 25,51 

Inez 51 

Ira 15, 17, 50 

Isaac 35, 43 

Isabel 48 

Jabez 12, 13, 18 

James 11, 

14, 30, 47, 51, 52, 74, 77, 79 

Jane 28 

Jenevia 55 

Jennie 26 

Jeremiah 15, 17 

Jessie 82 

Jesse 12, 15, 22, 34, 35 



INDEX. 



83 



John 8, 4, 

5, 16, 22, 80, 87, 89, 45, 47, 51 

Jonathan 9, 11, 12 

Josephine 24 

Joseph 80, 78 

Joshua 17, 47 

Julia 41,43 

Justus 13 

Katy 15 

Lanson 43 

Laura 80 

Ledgard 42 

Lena .56 

Leonard 17 

Leon 52 

Leroy 42 

Lester 48 

Lewis .12 

Libbie 49 

Lila 57 

Lill 44 

Lineas 26 

Lizzie 53 

Loel 43 

Lois 27,29,76 

Lorenzo 75 

Loretta 31 

Lotta 81, 79 

Louie 54 

Louisa 14, 20, 45, 53 

Lucinda 15, 21, 40 

Lucretia 11 

Lucius 41 

Lucy 80,37,45,77 

Lyman 60, 61, 73 

Lynn 55, 57 

Mace 33 

Mamie 56, 77 

Margaret 51 

Maria 42 

Marian 28, 81 

Mariam 29, 81 

Marietta 20 

Martha 21, 53, 76, 77 



Mary. . .9,17,19,21,27,28, 
84, 37, 40, 44, 45, 47, 49, 51, 54 

Maud 55 

May 58 

Mercy 18 

Merton 43 

Minnie 51 

Milford 19, 54 

Millicent 21 

Minerva 40, 67 

Minnie . . . .26,49,51,54,73 

Miranda 36 

Montague 50 

Myrenas 15 

Myron 27 

Myrta 79 

Nancy 27,31,39,41,50 

Nathan 12, 14, 18 

Nellie 25, 27, 53, 56 

Nelson 39, 46, 55 

Nettie 49, 79 

Nelson 39,46,55 

Nettie 49, 79 

Nina 27 

Norman -.76 

O. F 22, 23 

Ollie 54 

Olive 10, 27, 51 

Orlando 27 

Orelia 42 

Oren 43 

Orilla 37 

Orrin 19 

Parmalee 16 

Patty 77, 79 

Perez 85, 36, 45 

Permelia 17, 24 

Phebe 24,38 

Polly 35, 87 

Polina 16 

Porter 24 

Priscilla 60 

Raignel 80 

Ralph 58 



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INDEX. 



Rebecca 12, 13, 74 

Rensselaer 14, 15 

Renna 13, 19 

Reuben 29, 31 

Richard 10, 11, 34, 38 

Rhoda 13 

Robert 32, 76 

Robinson 59 

Rosetta 31 

Roswell 37, 40 

Ruba 79 

Rufus 28, 45 

Ruth 16 

Samantha 36 

Samuel .... 13,16,32,74,77 
Sarah . . 16, 39, 44, 45, 52, 76, 79 

Seth 15,18 

Solomon 3, 4, 5, 

6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 34, 40 

Stella 52, 79 

Stephen 17 

Stiles 20 

Susan 13, 16, 29, 37, 76 



Susie 77 

Sybil 16 

Thaddeus 26 

Thela 57 

Thomas 5, 38 

Ulissus 52, 78 

Vance 58 

Vienna 72 

Viola 56 

Walter . . . 52 

Warren 18 

Webster 53 

Weeden 12,15,75 

Wellington 41 

Wesley 16 

Wheeler ..... 36,42,45,49 

Willard 52,74 

Willie 27, 77 

William 8, 

14, 18, 22, 29, 31, 36, 46, 52, 56 

Willet . . . 15,21 

Zurvia 59 



INDEX TO OTHER SURNAMES. 



Adams 11,24 

Abell 72 

Abbott 47 

Adkins 28 

Allen 15 

Alexander . • • . 42 

Andrews 39 

Armes 19 

Arnold '. 50 

Avery 28 

Babcock 10, 14, 36 

Baldwin 36, 37, 61 

Ball 20,40 

Baltwood 4 

Barnett 21 

Barton 44 

Bates 21 

Bebee 75 

Bennett 48, 67 

Billings 3, 8, 38 

Blackman 41, 46 

Blanchard 20 

Bowker 76 

Brewster .... 16 

Brookner 24 

Brown 9,12,37,40,50 

Burdick 19 

Campbell 24,35 

Card 13, 19 

Carr ... 59 

Chandler . . 68 

Chapman 6, 29 

Chariesworth 79 

Church 10 

Clark 14, 19, 76 

Clifford 17 

Coomer 14 

Coon 27 



Comstock 8 

Corbin 37 

Cornean 53 

Cowley 61 

Crampton 53 

Crandall 11, 13 

Crane 41 

Dana 68 

Darling 9, 40 

Davidson 19 

Davis 43 

Dayton 60 

Decker 30 

Demon 19 

Dennis 67 

Doran 37 

Dunham 17 

Edgerton 27 

Eldridge 46 

Ellsworth 15 

Evans 27 

Fabun 76 

Fairchild 41 

Fenton 41 

Ferris 73 

Finkle 24 

Ford 17, 59 

Fox 76 

Geer 35 

Gillett 21, 28, 75 

Green • 16 

Greenman 9 

Hake 5 

Haker 5 

Hakes 17, 24 

Halliday 20 

Hamilton 42, 43 

Harens 37 



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INDEX. 



Hatch 40 

Hawkes 4, 5 

Hawks 4,5 

Hayden 5 

Haykes 4 

Hewitt 25 

Hinman 8, 37 

Hinson 29 

Hiscox .14 

Hitchcock 37 

Holmes 36 

Hoovey 17 

Hough 53 

Howe 78 

Hull 18 

Humphrey 24 

Hulton 5 

Ives 78 

James 44 

Jenkins 5 

Jones .... 9, 12; 14, 15, 22, 43 

Judd 4, 67 

Keach 40 

Klinterfelter . 51 

Kohl 51 

Kulp 3, 60, 68 

Ladieu • ... 16 

Lamb 79 

Lape 68 

Larabee 28 

Leavitt 78 

Lewis 18, 16, 60 

Lockwood 18 

Lyon 76 

Main 11 

Matteson 18 

Maxon 17, 18 

McCall 72 

McChesney 25 

McElliort 41 

Miller 50 

Moon 14 

Morse 77 

Moses . 26,78 



Neal 20 

Nichols 21 

Noyes 3 

Odell 19 

Oliver 87 

Orcutt 45 

Osborn 60 

Oviatt 15 

Park 37 

Peckham 15 

Phelps 27 

Pierce 20, 35 

Porter 59 

Port 51 

Powell 17 

Powers 14, 47 

Prosser 16 

Purrine 76 

Rake 28 

Randall 21, 46 

Rathbun 36 

Rice 49, 59 

Rogers 19, 38 

Ross 59 

Rossau 16 

Safford 38 

Saussman 72 

Savage 3 

Scott 67 

Scriven 28 

Seward 60 

Shaw 14 

Sheldon • • 5 

Smith 9,12,15 

Southworth 86 

Spencer 15 

Stacy 46 

Starkweather 35 

Steere 9 

Stewart ' 35 

Stevens 44 

Stratton 48 

Sweet 28 

Sweetser 40 



INDEX, 



Taylor 41 

Teeter 29 

Tilley .17 

Trumbull 44 

Vickery 74 

Vosburg 45 

Waite 18 

Walker 20, 40 

Warren 20 

Wayland 60 

Weatherson 51 

Webster 43 



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Wedon 12 

Wells . 12, 19 

Werdon 11 

West 20,35 

Wheeler 7, 34, 45 

Wight 39 

Williams 43,45,46 

Willmarth 42 

Wire 42 

Woodward 34, 38 

Younges 46 

Yumer . , 42 



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