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Full text of "A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, spelled Sutcliffe in England : the first American family (A.D. 1614) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr."

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NATHANIEL SUTLIFF, JR. 

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PREFACE 

Possessed with a desire to join the society of the Sons of the 
Revolution, I began a research as to the Revolutionary career of my 
ancestors, Samuel, Sr., and Samuel, Jr., both of whom I had rea- 
sons to think had seen service in that war. It was not long after- 
ward when I found myself delving into the genealogy of the 
Sutliff family and after some few months of such work I learned 
of a book on the genealogy of a branch of this family, published by 
Mr. Bennett H. Sutliffe of Plymouth, Conn. Upon securing and 
perusing a copy I was gratified to learn that the data secured by 
me at that time were confirmed, and I had about concluded to close 
my researches when I became impressed with the fact that Mr. B. H. 
Sutliffe, in gathering data, had devoted his attention in the main 
to the securing of the descendants of his ancestor John (9) and, 
therefore, had secured and published few of the descendants of 
Nathaniel, Jr. (8), brother of John (9). Having a pride in being 
one of the descendants of Nathaniel, Jr. (S), and believing it a duty 
I owed to preserve as far as possible his descendants, I resumed 
the work, not realizing the magnitude of the same, nor the patience 
and time nor the expense it would involve, and I am not now sur- 
prised that Mr. Bennett H. Sutliffe confined himself to a conscien- 
tious and thorough research of the descendants of John (91. 

After the English nation had emerged from its semi-barbarous 
state and the introduction in its midst of Christianity each person 
continued to be known, and called by a single name, a name gen- 
erally taken from some one of the names contained in the Bible, and 
it became common for many persons in a community to be known 
by the same name; which fact gave rise to a custom, in order to 
distinguish one person from another of the same name, whereby 
there was written a word sur (over) the first name of each person, 
which word generally was characteristic of or peculiarly applicable 
to the person intended, or referred to his trade or appertained to 
the locality of his home, e. g.. Long, Little, Black, Blackman, etc.; 
Carpenter, Weaver, Mason, Farmer, etc.; Cleaveland, Dale, Wood, 
Southcliffe, etc. These sur (over) names in time became family 
names and were termed surnames. Another illustration is the 
Cloughs, which means fissures between hills and became the root 
of the following family names: CleveC and Clever?, Clives and 
Cliffes, and we find derived therefrom also the Cliffords, Cliftous, 
Clevelands, Turncliffs, Ratcliffes, Iliffes and Southcliffes. 

The name Sutliff originally was derived from Southcliffe, a place 
situate in Yorkshire, England, and was gradually changed until it 



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was spelled Sutcliffe, the mode of spelling the name prevailing in 
England to this day, but not retained by that American branch of 
which I am now writing. The reason for the omission of the 
"c" from the name by this particular American branch is soon found 
when it is recalled that the Puritans, to which sect this American 
branch belonged, were ill-treated and persecuted in England at the 
beginning, and to such an extent that they became embittered so 
that not only did they wish and try to reform religion but among 
other matters to reform, in very many instances, the spelling of the 
surnames, which they inherited, after reaching America. After 
the coming to America of the founders of this family there were no 
other members of the Sutcliffe family, as far as can be ascertained 
which came to the new world, and certainly none which changed the 
spelling to Sutliff, until the coming about 1S19 of those who founded 
the Irish-American family, and who settled mostly in Cherry Valley, 
N. Y., while some settled in Baltimore, Md., and others Philadelphia, 
Pa.; and therefore I can say without fear of a mistake that any 
person spelling the name without a "c" and who can trace his ances- 
try to a period prior to IS 19 and especially to New England, is a 
member of this Puritanical family. 

Education during the Colonial times in general was limited to 
such a primary nature that most all surnames were spelled by the 
colonists writing the same in such inconceivable ways as to have, 
created wonder and given rise in many instances to merriment. 
The name Sutliff has at times been so altered at the hands of the 
officials and others of those times as to have been spelled in over 
seventeen different ways. The founder of this family in America 
conveyed real estate in 1640 as Sutliffe, according to the records. 
In 165 9 Abraham (3) and his wife were designated on the records 
as Sutlife. In 1667 and 1668 in the same records the name was- 
spelled Sutliffe, while in 1667 Thomas (4), in signing the new plan- 
tation and church covenant, as well as Nathaniel (5) in 167S when 
subscribing to the aid of Harvard College, each signed as Sutliff, 
and in 1689 Abraham (3) was admitted as a Freeman of Scituate, 
Mass., as Sutliff. Nathaniel (S) and John (9) having lost their 
father while but children, the country at that time being sparsely 
settled and having few schools, had a limited education and spelled 
the name Sutlief, the euphonic method then generally prevailing, 
in a power of attorney still extant; yet it is a strange fact that this 
John in later life signed the name to his will as Sutliff. The fam- 
ily spellings, etc., establish only the single fact that this American 
and Puritanical family never used the letter c in the name. 

The Sutcliffe family had from time immemorial dwelt in the 
county of York, England, where it multiplied so that many of its 
members migrated to the Counties of Lincoln and Lancaster, where 
to-day the descendants are in large numbers. In 15 50 this particu- 
lar branch of the family had become so prominent and influential 
in the vicinity of Mairoyd, Yorkshire, that Matthew Sutcliffe, gen- 



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tleman, born about that time, was trained and educated at Cam- 
bridge with a purpose to fill an important part in the ministry, while 
his brother John, the forbear of the American family of which I 
am writing, was educated for the life of a gentleman, becoming af- 
terward a gentleman in waiting on the King — an office at that time 
conferred only on such as had the highest social, moral and financial 
standing in the Kingdom. Long before this the family had estab- 
lished its coat of arms. So great was the influence and standing of 
the Sutcliffes about this time that the Cockcrofts, also a powerful 
family, applied to its own use the arms of Sutcliffe, which then con- 
sisted of "Ar. an elephant pass, sa., tusks, or"; to which the Dean 
of Exeter is thought to have added "a dexter hand holding upward 
a sacerdotal cup, ppr." John Sutcliffe, a son of the above John, and 
nephew of Matthew, as well also a forbear of the American fam- 
ily, through his social status attained high rank at Court, becoming 
Groom of the Bedchamber to Charles I., and while such secured a 
confirmation of his family arms, with a crest added, showing a "demi- 
man armed in antique mail of or, and holding a spear impaled in a 
scroll and over the shoulder a belt of gules." John of Heptonstall, son 
of Solomon and another nephew of the Dean, also became an Esquire 
of the body of King James. 

In this volume will be found only the descendants as I could 
learn of them of Abraham in America, through his great-grandson 
Nathaniel (S). The descendants through the great-grandson John 
(9) having before now been gathered in that complete work pre- 
pared by Mr. Bennett H. Sutliffe. To this labor I have devoted 
all and at times more, too, of my spare time, for a period of two (2) 
years or so, and I feel that I should close my researches, although, 
there may be members of this family who have been omitted. 

It is my hope, not an improbable one, that during some future 
generation there will be a member of this family who will combine 
the two works referred to, probably omitting all female branches 
already given therein, and continue this genealogy' to his time; and 
who will also possess the desire, as well as the time and means 
of making still further and deeper researches both in England and 
America so as to clear many matters relating to this family which 
hafc^ot as yet been determined, e. g., the ancestry of Abraham 
(1) as far back as possible in England and to complete the genea1og%' 
as far as possible of that branch of our American family, which 
went long before the Civil War to one of the Carolinas. It is my 
purpose to place all of my data, letters, documents and other 
material into the possession of Mr. Bennett H. Sutliffe, believing that 
some of his branch will continue to live near the present homestead 
and will preserve all evidence and data sent and relating to this 
family, subject to the inspection of anyone interested. 

SAMUEL MILTON SUTLIFF (JR.). 

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Key — As generally used and used in this work: b. abbreviation 
for born; d. for died; m. for married; n. i. for no issue; unm. for 
a single person; X before a name indicates the person had issue. 

The figures which are first placed before a name will always 
thereafter be placed after the same name, whenever referred to, as 
a means of tracing the forbears of that person, back to Abraham (1). 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 



A HISTORY OF THE PARTS PLAYED BY MEMBERS OF THE 

SUTLIFF FAMILY IN SOME OF THE IMPORTANT 

EVENTS WHICH TRANSPIRED IN THE 

NEW WORLD. 

CHAPTER I. 

1. The grand division of the English possessions in the New 
World. 2. The survey made and the adventures in New England 
of Captain John Smith. 3. The connection of Dean Matthew Sut- 
cliffe with John Smith and New England. 4. The life and person- 
ality of Matthew Sutcliffe. 

After Gosnold in 1602 established the first white settlement on 
Elizabeth Island between Vineyard Sound and Buzzard's Bay, it 
being abandoned during the same year, the coast of Massachusetts 
was entirely ignored by civilization until 1606 when King James I, 
divided all the territory then claimed by England in the new world 
Into two grand divisions. The northern one, being called the North 
Virginia Company, extended between lattitude 40 and 48 degrees, 
that is, from the mouth of the Hudson River to Newfoundland, and 
was afterward controlled by "The Grand Council established at 
Plymouth in the County of Devon, England, for the planting, ruling, 
ordering and governing of New England in America." The other 
divisions being the South Virginia Company, which extended from 
Cape Fear to the Potomac; the intervening territory being called 
neutral territory. 

Captain John Smith, an adventurer bold, was employed by certain 
gentlemen {not of the nobility) interested in the above divisions. 
Among these gentlemen is to be found Matthew Sutcliffe, a member 
of the family of which we are considering. After Captain Smith 
had explored the South Virginia Division and had therein adven- 
tures that were as diverting and as exciting as could be desired, 
by the most daring seeker, he returned to England to remain but 
a while, spreading while there the possibilities of the new world. 
The potentialities as to wealth, pictured by him were so alluring 
that some of those who had been associated with him in his former 
unprofitable ventures in the new world — Jamestown, Va. — again 
trusted in him and in 1614 once more sent this Captain John Smith, 
of Pocohontas fame, across the ocean; this time, to the coast of 
what is now New England — the North Division. He explored the 
entire coast, surveying a considerable part, from Penobscot Bay in 
Maine to Cape Cod in Massachusetts. After such exploration he 
wrote to his associates and employers in England that historical 
letter, descriptive of his experiences and his opinion of the coun- 
try, which caused all England to turn its eyes toward this grand 



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division and aroused within the breast of its bravest and best citizens 
a desire for emigration in order that they may better their material 
welfare and extend their religious liberties. In this letter he ad- 
dressed and wrote to his associates and employers, in part as follows: 

"THE OBSERVATIONS AND DISCOVERIES OF CAPTAIN JOHN 
SMITH (ADMIRAL OF THAT COUNTRY) IN 1614." 

"To the right Worshipful Adventurers for the country of New 
England, in the cities of Lincoln, etc., and * * * other parts 
in the kingdom of England. 

"* * * At last it pleased Sir Ferdinand George and Master 
Doctor Sutcliffe (Dean of Exeter) to conceive so well of these pro- 
jects and my former employment as to induce them to make a 
new adventure with me in these parts, whither they have so often 
sent to their continual loss. * * * The burden of this venture 
lay principally on them and some gentlemen friends," etc. 

The above shows that the Dean with others had incurred on pre- 
vious occasions losses in developing the new world at Jamestown, 
Va., and that he and c/orge were now almost the only ones left 
and bearing the burden 'of the present venture in New England. 

The pleasing, description and possibilities in the new world con- 
tained in the letter referred to caused Master Sutcliffe and Ferdinand 
G/orge to induce members of the nobility as well as some gentlemen 
smd commoners, all of great influence, to form themselves into an 
association which finally became known as the "Grand Council es- 
tablished at Plymouth, etc.," which we have just described and 
which obtained from the King in 1620 a charter to the whole of 
this grand division, the North Virginia Company — New England. 
This charter afterwards became known as the Grand Charter of 
New England and was the basis of, and the precedent for all sub- 
sequent charters given to the several colonies established in what 
is now the northern part of the United States. It was granted to the 
Duke of Lennox, Marquis of Buckingham, Marquis of Hamilton, Earl 
of Pembroke and (thus proceeding with other names to the lower 
ranks of the nobility) then to other grantees, gentlemen and com- 
moners; the first to be mentioned being Master Matthew Sutcliffe, 
probably owing to the important part he played before then in the 
development and advancement of the New World. 

The Dean, to this time the most distinguished member of the 
Sutcliffe family, was a native of Yorkshire, and born about 1550. 
In 156S he enrolled himself as a student in Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, graduating in 1571 and received at the time the degree of 
Bachelor of Arts; this was followed by receiving in 15 74 his Mas- 
ter of Arts degree. In 1579 he became a lecturer in mathematics 
in his Alma Mater and two years later received his degree of LL. D. ; 
soon afterwards becoming a member of Doctors' Commons, a College 
of Law especially devoted to ecclesiastical and admiralty law and 
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degree of Doctors of Law at the Universities of Cambridge or Ox- 
ford. In 15S6 he was elected Archdeacon of Taunton, etc.; a minis- 
terial office subordinate to that of the Bishop and entitling the 
holder to preside over the Archdeacon Court. 

After advancing in a rapid manner through the intervening grad- 
uations, he attained in 15SS to the dignity of Dean of Exeter, which 
office he filled for forty years and more. In 1610 he was elected 
to the dignity of Provost (Chief or Judge) of Chelsea, an office 
requiring the occupant to be learned in as well as a professor of 
sacred literature. He became a voluminous writer on ecclesiastical 
subjects and distinguished for his learning and eloquence, having 
filled the office of Royal Chaplain to both Queen Elizabeth and King 
James. He founded in 1610 the college named King James College; 
so named in honor and with the approval of the then King. The 
Dean immediately became and continued so wrapped in this institu- 
tion as to devote all of his spare time to its welfare and advance- 
ment, and never visited his extensive possessions in the New World. 
In his will, after making conditional provisions for the children 
of his daughter, he gave a large part of his estate to the college he 
so loved. Nowhere does he refer to his interests in the New World. 
He makes his wife resid^j^- legatee of all of his undisposed personal 
property only, and doeswifhout disposing of his extensive real estate 
holdings in America, which holdings were near and around Boston 
and probably included what is now the cities of Boston and Scituate. 
Bennett H. Sutliffe in his genealogical work of this family (44) 
substantially states that he believes Nathaniel (3) and John (2) 
inherited a portion of this real estate through Nathaniel (1), the de- 
scendant of John Sutcliffe. brother-i»^M- of the Dean, and o'oooin ofy y. 
the Bedchamber of Charles I. ^n^ryhrt^ .tii 

The Doctor, or Dean, devoted his fortune and genius tC the devel- 
opment and promotion of that part of the New World as/4-as orisinal- 
^ ly contained in the United States; and more especiallyA'ew England^ 
A^s more greatly indebted for its development. Captaih Smith would 
fiot have been known had not the Doctor rendered assistance with 
his money and influence and had he not believed in the Captain 
after nearly all of the other co-adventurers had deserted him and the 
burden fallen on the Dean and one or two others. The Dean was 
one of the greatest moving spirits, if not the leading spirit, to secure 
the great charter of Plymouth, from which all the New England 
colonies sprung and through which the development of New England 
was accomplished. This family, now citizens of America, claim with 
pride to be in the first rank of those American families who Srsti 
had to do with the advancement of the New World and to whom 
the United States of to-day is somewhat indebted for its present 
position among the civilized nations, and this family can also claim 
to be the first, in time, to be connected with New England at least. 

Matthew Sutcliffe, son of John Sutcliffe, gentleman, of Mairovd, 
near Halifax, Yorkshire, England, became a national character and 



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a person of much influence among the clergy. The State Church, the 
Episcopal, was then in its youth and vigor, and had but recently 
emerged from a struggle amongst the people as the successor of 
the Romish Church, which struggle engendered much bitterness and 
produced much cruelty. Intoxicated with its success and power, 
besides being unbridled in its acts by any precedents, it revelled 
in the pF=asecution and oppression of those who did not adopt its 
tenets. It required of its leaders and defenders men of iron will, 
and possessed of force of character and firmness as well as unyield- 
ing spirit. Matthew Sutcliffe being made of such stuff and possess- 
ing the requisite education, also training, soon became a strong 
leader. His was an aggressive and pugnacious nature, who loved 
controversy and contention. Being blunt to the verge of cruelty 
and not mincing his words, he never heeded the amenities of polite 
life, nor did he ask or grant mercy in argument. Rough and over- 
bearing, as well as being a zealot, he tried to overwhelm his adver- 
saries with abuse as well as with his keen and clear logic and pro- 
found learning. This ^^Y^s the man who was pitted against the 
distinguished doctrin«>***s and learned scholars of the church of 
Rome. He was a giant in intellectual strength, and much dreaded 
by his adversaries. The adoption by his grand nephew Abraham of 
the Puritanical teaching — a teaching to purify the Episcopal church — 
it can well be seen, would be displeasing to such a person as Matthew 
Sutcliffe. 

The Dean's share of the lands of the North Virginia Company is 
shown on a very crude and roughly drawn map made on a small 
sheet of paper and seemed to include a large strip in the vicinity of 
Boston and probably included Boston and Scituate. 

It appears probable that it was through the influence of the Deau 
and at his request that the first colonist who settled at Scituate 
set aside their iron bound rule giving but a single tract of land to 
each settler or head of family, by granting to Abraham, his relative 
and the founder of this family, at least two if not more tracts of 
land in Scituate. 

The Dean at the time of his death was one of the wealthiest men 
in all England and left the bulk of his large estate to the mainte- 
nance of his College of Controversy, which rapidly declined after his 
death and was located where now stands the famous Chelsea 
Hospital. 



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CHAPTER II. 

1. Settlements of Plymouth and other towns in Massachusetts 
described. 2. Abraham Sutliff in Scituate. 3. John Plympton, 
an ancestor, and Nathaniel Sutliff at Dedham, Medfield and Deer- 
field, Mass. 4. Thomas Sutliff at Branford and the signing of the 
document separating church and state. 5. Subscribing to higher 
education. 

While the Grand Charter of New England was being secured, and 
without the aid or encouragement of that company or any govern- 
ment, a colony of English separatists in 16 20, then living in Hol- 
land, started for the New World, and, after touching at Cape Cod, 
9 finally settled at Plymouth, Mass. It consisted of 101 persons, 
composed of 19 families. The success of this colony soon reached 
England and in 1623 the "Grand Council" tried to establish a 
colony at Pascatang Bay, Maine. "^^iii?LJ?''^C6 in a short time was 
abandoned and many of the o-HrB^ffirs including Abraham Sutliff 
went to Plymouth, Mass.; this was followed by John Endicot, and 
his 100 followers who settled in Salem in 1624, the first settle- 
ment in the ancient Massachusetts Bay Colony; Plymouth having 
been already established into a colony by itself. The last settle- 
ment was followed by 200 emigrants who in 1628 founded Charles- 
town, on the Charles River. These inflows resulted in a charter being 
granted to the Massachusetts Bay Company, thereby giving an im- 
petus to immigration into Massachusetts as shown by the arrival 
in 1630 of John Winthrop and his followers (amongst whom was 
John Plympton), who settled in Roxbury, Dorchester, Cambridge, 
Watertown, Charlestown and other places adjoining Boston, but most 
of them settled in Boston. At this time Plymouth had but 300 peo- 
ple, having gone through the vicissitudes and trials resulting from 
environments and conditions; being at times reduced to terrible need 
and having at one time but a pint of corn amonst them. After 
the lands were no longer held in common in Plymouth and after a 
tract of land had been set aside, for the first time in 1624, to each, 
man to be his own and to be cultivated by him, there were always 
sufficient corn and provisions. There were twelve other ships which 
arrived in Boston during the year 1630 with 840 emigrants, many 
being from the west of England, but most of them coming from 
London. Some of these immigrants scattered up and down Massa- 
chusetts Bay proper, some ascended the rivers and streams in the 
neighborhood of Boston; others went to settlements already estab- 
lished in the vicinity or further inland to create new settlements. 
In 1631 the ship Lynn, with the Apostle Eliot, left Nazine in Essex 
County, England, for Roxbury, and in 1632 many more immigrants 
arrived in the new world. So it continued a steady flow each year 



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until 1635, when a great movement in England sent three thousand 
persons from that country, who went, with others already here, to 
establish new settlements and new colonies, so that in 1637 the large 
township of Dedha, or Dedham, with but thirty families coming from 
several parts of England, was founded. The village of Dedham was 
located some distance from Boston along the meandering banks of 
the Charles River only nine miles or so from that town, and across 
the river from the south line of the then Roxbury Township, where 
we find ancestors of the Sutliffe — Roxbury being now a poi'tion of 
Boston. In 1640 immigration from England to the colonies ceased 
entirely, due to the civil war which was then threatening on the 
horizon, as well as to an edict of the King prohibiting emigration 
to the colonies. In fact more persons for a few years succeeding" 
the year 16 4 returned to the mother country than came to the 
new world. In 163 6 settlements were made at Hartford and Weath- 
ersfield, Connecticut, a few miles apart, by immigrants who had so- 
journed, on their way thereto, for a time in Massachusetts. Those 
who went to Weathersfield were unaccompanied by a pastor and 
being thus deprived of a religious leader, there arose amongst them 
as soon as they were settled, so much contention, quarrel and re- 
ligious strife that portions of those settlers from time to time left 
to join other existing settlements or to establish new ones. In 1644 
William Swain of Weathersfield purchased from the New Haven Com- 
pany the land at Brainford, now Branford, Conn., seven miles east 
of New Haven, for the purpose of settling thereon his followers — 
seceders from Weathersfield. This land had been first purchased in 
1638 by the New Haven Company, from the Indian Sachem Moman- 
quiss. 

After the landing of the first ship at Plymouth other ships from 
time to time called at that port with new settlers. A large part of 
them scattered along the Atlantic coast, mostly northward towards 
Boston, to form new settlements. One of the settlements so estab- 
lished was Scituate. a port town, in the county of Plymouth, twenty- 
one miles north of Plymouth and twenty-eight miles south of Boston: 
some of its first settlers coming by the Mayflower. There was a large 
addition to this town in 1633 by way of Boston, when the Rev. Lath- 
rop and his followers settled there. Jlost of the settlers in Scituate 
prior to 1G40 came from the county of Kent. England. In 1640 Abra- 
ham Sutliff sold land in Scituate to Thomas Ingham, also to John 
Stockbridge "northeast of the mill." This indicates that either Abra- 
ham had owned land for some considerable time, since in order to own 
land at those times, he would have to be a freeman of the place, 
which requires time to become such, or he was one of the original /; 

settlers of Scituate. The latter was probably the fact, feesoaasti-^ic^i&t^^ 
"t^e property sold was on the third bluff, where all the land was 

iTvTded at.viifferent times afterward as new settlers came. 

Abraharj, the founder of the family which we are describing, had 
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SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 13 

qualified in Plymouth at the same time as did Governor Bradford — 
the office of constable at that time being the highest office in a com- 
munity and being somewhat similar in its duties to that of the 
present sheriff and police chief combined. This Abraham, Jr., was 
the father of Nathaniel, Sr., a forbear, and, among others, also of 
Abraham (3), who kept tavern in the town in 16 70 and who became 
dissipated and dissolute, but afterwards behaved and v,-a? restored 
to the confidence and respect of the community, being elected Ser- 
geant, at that time the highest military title attainable in a settle- 
ment or community. This Abraham (3) was also made a freeman 
at the general court held at Plymouth in 1689. Savage says that 
Abraham (1) probably had other children. 

The immigrants coming at those times into New England were 
largely, if not entirely, composed of dissenters and protesters from./ 
the Church of England. They were of two kinds and known as the 
Pilgrims and the Puritans. The former were separatists from the 
Church of England; the latter, who settled under Winthrop and 
others in Massachusetts Bay and other places in the immediate 
vicinity, taught more complete and personal regeneration — desiring 
a reform within the church, and not being a sect or independent 
religious body. Both of these divisions taught civic liberty and 
purity in religion. 

In 1640 one Dr. George Olcock of Roxbury, now a part of Boston, 
made his will and mentioned therein the names of both of his ap- 
prentices, John Plympton and Joseph Wise. An apprentice at that 
time was a lad bound during minority in writing and in legal form 
by his parents, or the court, to another person in order that 
the lad might learn a particular profession or trade. He was fur-, 
nished by his master during the apprenticeship, with board, clothing 
and a certain amount of education. In some instances the lad or 
his parents for him agreed to pay the master when the apprentice- 
ship terminated, a certain sum of money for the privilege of having 
been taught the profession, or trade. 

Dr. Olcock was the first ancestor in America of the well known 
philosopher, E. Bronson Alcott, and his daughter, the novelist, Louise 
Alcott. John Plympton, the father of Hannah, who became the wife 
of Nathaniel Sutliff, Sr., was very young when he came to the New 
World in charge of Dr. Olcock, both of them coming from England 
with Gt«^\ernor Wijithrop and his followers in 1630. In 1641, or the 
early part of 1642, John Plympton left Roxbury, having bought his 
lime for five pounds, as permitted by the will of Dr. Olcock, and set- 
tled In Dedham. It may be added that in those times lads of tender 
years and belonging to good families in England, were sent over 
to the New World in charge of responsible men or leaders of set- 
tlements, such as Dr. Olcock, as apprentices, and they were to remain 
until they had repaid their passage or were to pay a certain sum 
to the master, as stated, upon the termination of the apprentice- 
ship. The death of Dr. Olcock affected the future calling of young 



14 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

Plympton, for he no longer was determined to become a physician, 
but becomes a surveyor in Dedham and Medfield. On the "20th d. 
1 m. of 164 2 he was received within the church," and a month 
thereafter, "22nd d. 12 m. 1642" he purchased two acres of upland 
on the island at Dedham, and in 164 3 John Plympton took a step 
which, to some of his descendants, was of social importance, since 
he then joined the "Ancient and Honorary Artillery of the Massa- 
chusetts Bay Company," thereby giving to his descendants the right 
to become honorary members of this company; claimed to be one 
of the most exclusive organizations in America. This society has 
from the time of its organization been particular as to its recruits 
and as an instance we cite that among those who joined at the same 
time (1643) as John Plympton, was William Aspinwall, who had 
in 1636-37 been a selectman of Boston and in 1637-3S chosen as a 
representative from Boston to the General Assembly to succeed the 
well-kno^-n Harry Vane. In the year 1643 John Plympton becomes 
a freeman of Dedham. The purpose of this will be seen when it is 
stated that the General Court in 1631 passed a law that no one 
could vote who was not connected with some church (only one- 
quarter of the inhabitants were church members at that time); also 
just prior to 1640 another law was enacted forbidding anyone to 
abide in any settlement without the consent first had of a magis- 
trate of that settlement. These two laws were strictly enforced by 
the settlements or plantations. In time, the requirements of the 
settlers became very rigid for persons who desired to join and be- 
come members of the settlement. An application was required, 
which was followed by an investigation as to the applicant's ante- 
cedents, his character and reputation before he was permitted to 
become a freeman of the settlement. 

On March 13, 1644, John Plympton married Jane Drummer 
or Denan, a sister of Deacon John Denan of Reading, and lived in 
the Dedham settlement of the township of Dedham, having pur- 
chased during the same year an additional one and one-half ares of 
woodland, which was followed in 164 6 by still another purchase of 
two acres for five shillings. 

The township of Dedham at that time was a large tract of land 
extending from the banks of the Charles River southward well to- 
wards the state line of Rhode Island, being bounded on the east 
by the grant made to the Dorchester settlers or plantation, and. 
was first established by the general court, in 1633. In 1649 a few 
of the settlers at Dedham settled at a place called Boggertown, John 
Plympton in 1652-3, moved to Boggertown, just before the town- 
ship In which it was located was separated from Dedham and 
created into Medfield, for in 16 52 the town of Dedham gave John 
Plympton permission "to fell trees upon the brook to use about his 
house." In 16 61 he becomes a surveyor of the town as well as 
the constable and was selected as fence viewer in 1670. The office 
of constable at that time being in power and in importance was 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 15 

something like unto our modern sheriff. Before he moved from 
Dedham, according to its records, Hannah Plympton, his oldest child 
and daughter, afterwards wife of Nathaniel Sutcliffe, was born on 
December 19, 1644-45, and according to the church records "la 
1645 ye 16 d. and 1 m., Hannah ye daughter of our brother John 
Plympton, and his wife Jane our sister, was baptized." Nathaniel 
SutlifE probably first met with John Plympton and his family at 
Dedham, since Nathaniel in 1661 was taxed for school purposes 
on property he held in Dedham. At that time the law was, there 
must be a school in each settlement for every fifty inhabitants 
therein. 

In 1651 Eliot made a second attempt to establish a settlement 
in the New World by undertaking with a few followers to estab- 
lish one at Natick, sixteen miles west of Boston up the Charles 
River. The general court had given him and his followers and 
the Indians under him 2,000 acres for the purpose of civilizing and 
Christianizing the Indians. Hardly had he and his followers settled 
there when the Dedham colonists claimed that this grant of 2,000 
acres covered a part of the Dedham territory. The result v.'as a 
long and tedious lawsuit which was finally decided in 1662 by the 
general court, when the claim of the Dedham settlers was admitted, 
but it was decided it would be unjust to dispossess the Indians; and 
the court appointed a committee which was ordered to set aside 
for the benefit of Dedham S.OOO acres, to be selected by Dedham 
anywhere within the Massachusetts Bay Colony, in lieu of the 2,000 
acres given to Eliot. After viewing several tracts of land by its 
committee, Dedham selected a tract in the Pocamtuck Indian Terri- 
tory, in the northern part of Massachusetts and afterwards settled 
by residents of Dedham and Medfield, and from which territory there 
were separated, in time, four other townships still leaving a tract 
thirtj'-six miles square which is almost the same territory as the 
township of Deerfield of to-day. 

This territory of Pocamtuck was in 1659 divided by Dedham into 
large separate tracts, each tract being again divided into 522 shares 
of "common rights" instead of acres. These shares were called "cow 
commons" and a fraction of a share was called "goat" or "sheep" 
commons, so as the better to assign the property owners of Dedham 
their respective shares according to their holdings or taxes paid. A 
goat or sheep common was equal to five cow commons. One of 
these large tracts so divided became known as Pocomtuck and soon 
after the above subdivision into commons, as the records show, 
"Nathaniel Sutcliffe of Medfield" applied for permission to buy land. 
There was a meeting of the settlers held in 1668 and after a vote was 
taken the meeting authorized "Lieutenant Fischer to sell six cow 
common rights and one sheep common right at Pocamtuck to Nathan- 
iel Siitlief from Medfield." Nathaniel did not immediately pay for 
and take possession of this land. 



16 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

The settlers at Brainford, now called Branford, Conn., having 
passed through an experience similar to that which they and their 
ancestors had before then at Weathersfield, and having again ex- 
perienced the disadvantages and injuries resulting from religious 
contention and political interference with religion, undertook to 
reorganize and encourage the religious side of life of the settle- 
ment by adopting on Jan. 20, 1667-8 a "new plantation covenant 
for Branford," which declared in the main that "for as much as 
Branford was settled by and for men of Congregational principles 
we do see cause for an orthodox minister to be called; such a chance 
shall be incurred. The development of such officers will not want 
pporshalnall supply of maintenance according to rull. We will not 
incroach upon the liberties in so walking nor be any way injurious 
to them in civil or ecclesiastical respects and this we fully and vol- 
untarily engage ourselves jointly and severalh' so long as we remain 
inhabitants of this place, etc." Among the signers to this docu- 
ment was Thomas Sutliff (4). This is the first instance in a 
Christian nation when there was placed a limitation to the state in 
its absolute power over the religion of the people; also where 
there was a line of demarcation created between the civil and ec- 
clesiastical obligations due the state and the church by its^/nhabi- 
tants. In short, the first instance in the civilized ^titm' where 
there was a separation of the church and state and in such an im- 
portant event we find a Sutliff playing a part. The conditions which 
led to such a document, a precedent in the religious and political 
world, were the natural consequences of a dissatisfaction arising 
among a band of Massachusetts settlers gathered from different 
parts therein, going down the Connecticut Valley, looking for new 
territory and land, unaccompanied by a pastor and settling at 
Weathersfield, a few miles below Hartford on the Connecticut River. 
Hardly had they settled in their new home when the members be- 
came involved, as stated, in religious arguments, contentions and 
animosities, resulting in the settlement, so established, becoming 
dissatisfied and thereby disintegrated into parts; many of them con- 
tinually leaving for new or other settlements. Finally, under the 
leadership of William Swain,_^a jii>rtion of the settlers at Ws^thers- 



in, a jTirtic 
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field, thinking they were on<j » <»g >d^on a common religious creed, de- 
cided in 1644 to buy land and settle at Brainford, now Branford. 
but only again to go through the same experience and adversities 
due to religious contentions. Some twenty and more years after 
having settled at Branford they adopted the above covenant, think- 
ing that it would result in an end to strife and cause peace " : pre- 
vail in the settlement. 

While John Plympton and Nathaniel Sutliff were residents o! 
Medfield, a subscription list was circulated among its inhabitants 
for the purpose of raising a fund to further educational matters 
and the erection of college buildings for a new college — Harvard, 
now Harvard University. There is still in existance a list of seventy- 

















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five names of persons who were subscribers to this fund and amongst 
them were both John Plympton and Nathaniel (1) Sutliff. Again 
we find a member of this family not only aiding in the establishment 
of Harvard College, but also in taking part on the very first in- 
stance in the new work — in the establishment of higher education. 
Money being scarce at that time a large proportion of the subscribers 
gave their subscription in wheat or grain. 



18 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 



CHAPTER III. 

1. The settlement at Deerfield, Mass. 2. King Philip's war. 
— the battle at Bloody Brook — also the battle of Deerfield, and 
the killing of John Plympton and Nathaniel Sutliff. 3. The depart- 
ure and dangerous trip of the Sutliff family to Coginchaug, afterward 
moving to Durham. 4. The settling in Durham by Nathaniel, Jr., 
and his brother John and their successors. 

John Plympton, as well as his son-in-law, Nathaniel Sutliff (1), 
having applied to Pocomtuck for the privilege of becoming a settler 
therein, a town meeting was held on December 14, 1671, at which, af- 
ter a vote was taken, the inhabitants authorized a sale of land to him 
"provided the said John Plympton doe settle them," which he did. 
Nathaniel Sutliff, as we have seen, had been permitted before then to 
purchase land from Lieutenant Fischer, which permission also gave the 
right to purchase other land; which he did in 1672, having pur- 
chased lot No. 43, the Asa Stebbin lot, and settling there immediate- 
ly; the records showing Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr., to be born there July 
27, 1672. On the same year and after John Plympton and Nathaniel 
Sutliff (1) had settled at Pocomtuck (1672) the town held a meet- 
ing, when after a vote, they signed and presented a petition to the 
general court of Massachusetts for the establishment of a township. 
and among the signers were John Plympton and Nathaniel Sutliff 
(1). The petition was soon granted and the town of Pocomtuck 
thereafter became known as Deerfield. The following year, 1673, 
Nathaniel closed the six cow commons and one sheep common, bj"^ 
paying for same. In 1674 John Sutliff, the second son of Nathaniel 
(1), was born. When King Philip's war began in 1675, John Plymp- 
ton, being the chief military officer in Deerfield, joined the army and 
served throughout with honor and distinction. At a time when the 
war, "as all then living thought, was practically over, and after Deer- 
field had been destroyed by the Indians, he returned to rebuild his 
home, when on September 19, 1677 (two years and one day after his 
son Jonathan, was killed — September 18, 1675); he with Mr. Stock- 
well and Mr. Dickerson, three women and fourteen children, were 
taken captive by a band of Indians under Ashperton, carried to Cana- 
da where he was burned at the stake, at a point near Chambly; nearly 
all of the other captives being permitted to be ransomed. During 
the war he attained the rank of captain, which was one of the high- 
est military ranks to be attained at that time in the province or 
state. Prior to the war he was affectionately known to his towns- 
men as "Old Sergeant Plympton." He left a widow and thirteen 
children. 

Nathaniel Sutliff (1) also took part in King Philip's war, and 
was under Lathrop at Bloody Brook Bridge. In addition, on May 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 19 

19, 1676, "Nathaniel SutlifE (1) of Deerfield" served as a soldier un- 
der Captain Turner at the battle of the Falls, where he was killed. In 
the first part of the battle the Indians had been defeated and routed, 
retreating precipitately and closely followed by the soldiers, but af- 
terward, owing to false reports, circulated by Indian captives who 
were overtaken, to the effect that a great number of fresh Indians 
were hard by and coming to the assistance of those just defeated, 
the colonists began to retrace their steps. The attack was renewed 
by comparatively few fresh Indians. The retirement of the settlers 
was soon changed into a hasty retreat and from that into a com- 
plete rout — the soldiers escaping either separately or in small 
groups in all directions, through the woods and without any pretense 
of order, thus enabling the savages all the more easily to slaughter 
the soldiers individually or in small groups. It was a carnage; and 
among those killed on this memorable May day, were two of the 
ancestors of the Sutliffs. Of one, Judd, in his early history describ- 
ing the battle, says that there is a tradition in the Sutiiff family^ 
that Nathaniel Sutiiff, when overcome and captured, was also burned 
at the stake in the woods. 

A grant of land was made by the town to the children of Nathaniel 
Sutiiff, Sr., presumably for his services in the late Indian war. It 
v.-as not only deserved but probably needed when one considers that 
the oldest child was but ten years of age, while the fourth and young- 
est one, John, was a babe of less than two years. The widow mar- 
ried Samuel Harrington, who had been wounded at the attack of Sep- 
tember IS, 1675, and with him the wife and the children of Nathaniel 
Sutiiff, Sr., moved to Hadfield, a neighboring town, and there resided 
for a few years. After the death of Nathaniel, Sr., the church, at 
that time it meant the court, contemplated sending the children to 
Boston, but probably owing to the pleading of the mother, as well 
as her then marriage to Samuel Harrington, this was not done. Yet 
sometime thereafter Nathaniel (2) went to live with relatives, at 
Rehoboth, where he remained until after he was married and until 
after the birth of his first child, returning to Deerfield about 1694. 

Some time prior to 16 9 5, it was learned that there was within 
the limits of Connecticut a large strip of land in the direction of 
north by east from Branford and less than fifteen miles therefrom, 
which had been overlooked by the General Assembly of Connecticut 
and had not been granted to any of the settlements surrounding it. 
The General Assembly from time to time after such discovery granted 
tracts of land in this strip to different persons as a reward for ser- 
vices, sometimes recklessly so, as in the case where it was granted 
to a preacher who on some occasion had delivered a sermon which 
was pleasing to some one member of the General Assembly. This 
territory was known as Coginchaug, or Cochinhuag, and the Assem- 
bly was inclined to open it to settlement by giving gratis a goodly 
part thereof to new settlers. This became generally known to the 
public and to the inhabitants of Deerfield. John Sutiiff, who had 



20 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

just attained his majority and was no longer under the charge of 
the church and court, joined a group from Deerfield who, v.-ith their 
jpastor, concluded to go to this strip, which rumor said would 
soon be opened to settlement, and take advantage of the favorable 
terms. In 1696 these colonizers from Deerfield started on their 
long, hazardous and health-sapping journey to Branford. 

In this day of steam and luxurious travel one cannot appreciate 
the ordeal and discomforts experienced at that time in making suchS^ 
a trip. Deerfield, before then, twice treacherously attacked and«!ii 
burned by the Indians, and its citizens murdered or carried into v 
captivity, was situated well up in the northwestern part of the Mas-^^ 
sachusetts Bay Colony, near what is now the northern boundary i^^ 
of the state of Massachusetts. The only route from there to >y 
Branford was down the Connecticut Valley, across the colonies of i 
Massachusetts and Connecticut to Long Island Sound on the ocean; ^ 
thence west along the southern shore of Connecticut. The country ^ 
to be traversed was hilly, as well as rough, thickly covered with an.| 
undergrowth of almost impenetrable brush. There were no bridges Sf 
and rarely a ford, over the various brooks and streams to be crossed.^ 
and the whole forest was filled with cunning and ever-watchful In- Ij 
dian foes. At this time, the power of the Indians in that valley wa§\^ 
at its zenith. In what is now known as Windsor, alone there wereVv^ 
ten different sovereignties. The Pequods and Mohigans, who occu- % 
pied part of this valley, were a warlike and crafty race and extended 
down the river to Branford. Sassacus, their chief, had twenty-six n 
Sachems under him and all the other tribes were in fear of and paids^j^ 
tribute to him. Sowkeag the great Sachem of all Indians, who -^ 
had but recently died, had built a large fort at Middletown by the ^^ 
river. These several tribes were again becoming restless and dissat-',^ 
isfied with the treatment received at the hands of the whites, andX^ 
there were rumblings of discontent as well as mutterings of war >< 
among them; and a feeling in turn of hatred for the whites was^ 
being rapidly engendered amongst them. Their desire for war, re-^ 
venge and unlimited murder were with difficulty being kept withifS^s. 
bounds only to burst forth with all the more intensity and fury a.% 
year or so later, under the guidance of tb^ French. The only means / 
of transportation were the heavy e- uw i aujir ed ox teams, movingyiln 
the crude, creaking wagons, then in use, and without springs. "The 
remainder would walk, some of the men going in advance while 
others were in the rear of the teams, always watchful and on the 
alert for the sneaking and hidden Indians, who were bent on killing 
the white men, leading the women to a life worse than death and 
the children to one of slavery. Whenever night overtook them, they 
slept on the wet and chilly ground with nothing over them excepting 
the clear skies. Some of the men stood guard during the nights over 
the sleeping ones and drove away the lurking and bloodthirsty In- 
dians and wild animals. There were but two settlements on the 
Connecticut River between Deerfield and Long Island Sound, and 



' SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 21 

these were Hartford and Weathersfield, less than a dozen miles 
apart. After such a trip and experiences the immigrants reached 
Branford, where an acceleration was given to the discussion as well 
as appeals that were being addressed to the General Assembly of 
Connecticut, concerning Coginchaug. Matters continued thus until 
April 29, 1699, when a final and successful petition was presented 
to the General Court by the inhabitants of Guilford, a township 
south of Coginchaug, asking for permission to establish on certain 
favorable terms, a settlement upon this tract. This being granted 
a committee of three was appointed by the General Court to lay out 
a town. The committee platted one in the southern part of Cogin- 
chaug and divided the lands so that a part was to be given gratis to 
new settlers, but it was discovered that the territory through man- 
ipulation came immediately under the sole control of certain men 
of Hartford; which fact was so displeasing to the immigrants who 
w«re stopping at nearby settlements that they refused to settle in 
Coginchaug; and the new town and settlement was never occupied 
but became a failure. Thereafter these immigrants, who continued 
to reside in Branford, and nearby, as well as some settlers alread>-\ 
on the tract, persistently agitated for a new license and addressed 
to the General Assembly several different appeals concerning the 
same. 

During this time Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr., remained in Deerfield and 
was in the year 1702 elected a selectman of the town. This office 
was one to which belonged the adjustment of taxes, their collection 
and the regulation of many other matters relating to the town — a 
most important town office at that time. At the age of thirty years 
we thus find him a respected and leading citizen of the community, 
filling a leading official position. 

John Sutliff kept his brother Nathaniel, Jr., at Deerfield, informed 
as to the developments in regard to the prospective opening to 
settlement of Coginchaug, since Nathaniel, Jr., intended to settle 
there whenever permission should be secured from the General 
Court of Connecticut. Preparatory to this and when it appeared 
as if the territory would soon be opened to settlement, Nathaniel, Jr., 
in 1700 caused his home, lot No. 6, formerly bought by his father 
Nathaniel (1) Sr., from Timothy Dwight. to be confirmed by the 
court to him, as the oldest son of Nathaniel (1) Sr. In those days 
the oldest son was the sole heir when the father died without a will. 
He sold the home to David Hoyt, who with his entire family was 
less than two years afterwards (1704) captured on these very prem- 
ises by the Indians, during their raid on the settlement. It was 
at the time that the Rev. John Williams, "the redeemed captive" 
and other settlers were taken captive and then led from pillar to 
post through Canada; experiencing the agonies of an expected death 
through butchery as well as the privations and sufferings invariably 
arising from military marches during actual warfare. 



22 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

In anticipation of the probable future action of the General As- 
sembly in regard to the strip of land referred to, several persons 
between the years 1700 and 1702, moved before it was opened to 
settlement within the limits of Coginchaug and divided amongst 
themselves some of the vacant land. Amongst these was John Sut- 
liff, who, at the same time, selected and reserved for his brother the 
tract which afterwards became the property of Nathaniel, Jr. While 
this handful of settlers was thus residing on the property, they filed 
anew before the General Court a petition in behalf of themselves 
and other settlers for a grant of the territory in question. The 
petition was presented by Hezekiah Talcot, Joseph and Caleb Sew- 
ard, David Robinson, John Sutliff and a few others. On May 13, 
1703, the petition so filed was considered, and a committee of three 
persons was appointed by the General Court to plat a new town, 
which was done where the town was afterwards built. The first 
plat mentioned was cancelled and the new town was named and 
became known as Durham. 

The General Assembly having received the report of the committee 
passed a resolution granting the property to the petitioners and' 
a charter was issued to those petitioners in 170S for this strip. Be- 
fore the charter was issued and received by the settlers and long- 
after Nathaniel, Jr., arrived in the settlement, his arrival beingi 
probably in 1703, and after the petition was granted, Eunice, his 
daughter, was baptized on Aug. 7, 1706, although no minister as yet. 
had been elected in the community. On Christmas Eve of the same. 
year, 1706, this small settlement held its first town meeting and the 
records show that Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr., was elected constable and 
"John Sutliff (1) was at ye same meeting chosen Culler for ye year 
ensuing for ye town of Durham," and that "the place for ye Town 
Pond shall be for the time being between Nathaniel Sutliff and John 
Sutliff on ye east side of the street." Of this settlement it was said 
in substance that Durham was settled sixty years after the adjoin- 
ing towns and was unlike them in that the other towns were con- 
stantly in a turmoil and the settlers distracted by religious discus- 
sions whereas Durham had no such matters to consider, and there- 
fore, peace prevailed there and the denizens dwelt in unison and 
happiness. 



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SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 23 



CHAPTER IV. 

1. John Sutliff in Plymouth. 2. IVIilitary spirit of members of 
the Sutliff family and their services in the various wars. 3. The 
family as pioneers and helping to develop new sections of the coun- 
try. 4. The part played by Milton Sutliff. 

For several generations the descendants of Nathaniel, Jr., (8) 
continued to live in Durham and the neighboring settlements of 
Killingworth, Wallingford, Haddam and Higganum; excepting that 
Joseph, Sr., (26) with his family went early to Wolcott, Conn., as 
one of the very first settlers there. John (9), the brother of Nathan- 
iel, Jr. (8), had gone, about 1727, with his family to Northbury, now 
Plymouth, Conn., where he became an unusually large land owner, 
the proprietor of the mill and a leading citizen as well as the 
founder of what in this day may be termed the Eastern branch of 
the family. In Plymouth, and its immediate vicinity, at the present 
time, may be found many of his descendants all of whom stand high 
for their probity and are among the most influential citizens. 

From the time of the first settlement of the town of Durham the 
Sutliff brothers, Nathaniel, Jr., and John, became the leading and 
most influential settlers. At the establishment of the town, Nathan- 
iel, Jr., was elected constable, the most important office, while 
John was elected the town crier, and the pound was located between 
their farms. From time to time the settlers, at their own meetings, 
gave to these brothers or one of them, privileges and franchises of 
different kinds, and also elected each of these brothers to different 
oflaces, including that of representative to the General Assembly, 
John having been elected for one term and Nathaniel to four dif- 
ferent terms, still serving at the time of his death. A preacher 
was not secured by the settlers at Durham until some time after 
its first settlement. During the interval Nathaniel, Jr., acted as 
pastor and preacher and was known as the minister. The members 
of this family who continued to live at Durham and thereabouts pros- 
pered, and became possessed of this world's goods. Captain Nathan- 
iel Sutliff, son of Nathaniel, Jr., having been uncommonly well to 
do; owning slaves, as well as extensive tracts of lands and being 
the aristocrat of the family and neighborhood. 

For several generations after coming to the New World, the 
members of this family were possessed of a martial spirit, partial 
to a military pursuit and connected themselves with the military 
"train band" of the neighborhood. The family furnished one or 
more of its male members to each of the several Colonial and Indian 
wars, which occurred. Each branch of this family, that of Nathan- 
iel, Jr., and John, gave its quota to the soldiers in the revolutionary 



24 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

war. There was Lieutenant Benjamin Sutliff and his brother, Cor- 
poral Samuel, Sr. (56), as well as the two sons of the latter, David 
and Samuel, Jr. After serving in the early part of the war, Samuel, 
Sr., moved with his family to Hartland, Conn., where his son Samuel, 
Jr., subsequently acted as a substitute for a man with a family of 
thirteen children, while David, brother of Samuel, Jr., became a 
soldier in the short term levy. In addition we have John Hodgkin 
Sutliff, who served as an officer of the Revolution from the state of 
New York and afterward became a member of the society Cincin- 
natus, while his brother Gad served during the greater part of the 
long war and afterward became a Revolutionary pensioner of the 
United States. The patriotism and loyalty of this family are well 
shown in Joseph, Sr., (26), the lame one; he who was also incapa- 
citated through age, yet determined to do his part. He was an active 
member of a committee appointed to solicit aid among the people, 
and he went about the neighborhood and vicinity procuring clothing 
for the soldiers in the field. In addition to the above are the Revo- 
lutionary soldiers belonging to the Eastern branch — that of John, 
which we will not enumerate. 

At the termination of the Revolutionary War all the male mem- 
bers of this family had already severed their connections with Dur- 
ham, and the adjacent towns, although there still remained, and 
there are to this day, descendants of some of the female members 
living at Durham, Haddam, Higganum and vicinity. Peace having 
come and a new nation formed, the states released and conveyed 
to the National Government their several and conflicting rights 
to all the territory west of the Allegheny mountains, excepting that 
Connecticut reserved for its citizens and other settlers a large tract 
of land comprising many counties in northern Ohio and to this day 
known as the Western Reserve (of Connecticut) in Ohio; and Vir- 
ginia which made provisions for a certain tract of land it claimed 
In the southern part of Ohio. Several states offered inducements to 
persons in order to have them become settlers. New York offered 
upon most favorable conditions a tract of land to each Revolutionary 
soldier who would settle thereon. Samuel, Jr., took advantage of 
this offer by settling on a farm in Herkimer County, while his brother 
David also profited by settling on a tract near Dryden, N. Y. Prob- 
ably these generous offers by New York accounted for the fact 
that most of the Sutliffs, who emigrated from Connecticut, went to 
so many counties in the state of New York, and it is probable that 
Gad and others of the family took advantage of those generous 
terms. Land in the newer and undeveloped portions of the states 
and territories was at different times opened later for settlement to 
new comers and immigrants on such easy and attractive terms that 
many of the citizens of New England left for those new parts. These 
favorable offers drew somewhat from the male descendants of John 
(9), most of such settling in Eastern Pennsylvania; whiie the same 
offers drew almost entirely the male descendants of Nathaniel, Jr., 




HON'. MILTOX SUTLIFF (ItlSl). 



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SUTL.IFF GENEALOGY. 25 

excepting a single family and its descenda^tSj^jKhioii for some years 
continued to reside in the vicinity of tfu ZTu^lT^onn., and Gran- 
ville, Mass., — towns but half a dozen miles or so apart; also except- 
ing some of the descendants of Joseph, Sr., (26) who continued to 
reside near Wolcott, Southington and vicinity. There were two nat- 
ural and most popular routes from New England to the new terri- 
tories described. (0^^^^'^^ through Massachusetts and Connecticut, 
along Long Islauo/jto New York City, and across the Hudson River, 
branching so that some traveled along the Delaware River, near 
which many of the descendants of Joseph, Sr., are now to be found, 
through Maryland and Virginia into the Carolinas where some 
of the Sutliff family settled; the other branch went westerly from'. 
New York City along the northern tiers of counties of Pennsylvania 
and the southern tiers of counties in New York, in many of which 
counties members of this family are to be found to this day. The 
other route led from New England to Albany, thence westerly 
through the central and northern part of New York State to Buffalo, 
along which many members of the Sutliff family settled. 

About ISO 2 the Western Reserve of Ohio was opened to settle- 
ment, when it was rapidly occupied with a large influx from the 
East. Many of the Connecticut people who had settled in New York 
State moved across the mountains and through the woods to this 
new territory which was being filled with their friends, relatives 
and citizens of Connecticut. In that venture a large number of the 
Sutliff family took part so that a large proportion of the counties 
in the Western Reserve contained at least one Sutliff and family. 
As new sections still further west of the United States were from 
time to time opened to settlement, some other member of this fam- 
ily ventured there and thus members helped to settle different 
parts of Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and the further west. 
Even now Llewellyn L., who would be considered a very old 
person, and Harvey S. Sutliff, who would be supposed to be on ac- 
count of age little able to bear the hardships of frontier life, both 
have quite recently gone into a raw and unsettled section of the 
country — the former into South Dakota — the latter into Colorado, 
walking six miles each way daily to his farm until he has constructed 
a home thereon. Thus we find the family still helping to advance the 
nation, develop its resources and place it among the leading na- 
tions of the world. 

Among those who have during recent years added lustre to the 
name of Sutliff is to be mentioned Milton Sutliff, a brief outline of 
whose life and characteristics are given under the proper heading 
in the genealogical part of this work. His training and education 
was such that he was able to enter the arena of life and make a 
succes.=? therein. In early youth he developed a hatred for slavery, 
and so thoroughly imbued and in earnest had he become with the 
abhorrence of slavery that soon after graduating from college he 
went at his own expense, which was quite a drain on his limited 



26 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

purse, as a delegate from the Western Reserve Anti-Slavery Society 
to the National Convention of that society, held at Philadelphia, Pa., 
December 4, 183 3. While there he and the poet, John G. Whittier, oc- 
cupied the same bedroom, and the representations he then made to 
Whittier concerning the ill-treatment received by President Storr 
of the Western Reserve College, and an abolitionist, at the hands 
of the pro-slavery element, led Whittier afterward to compose that 
tender and touching poem on the death of President Storr. 

In 1850, as a Free Soiler, he was elected to the Ohio Senate, 
where he immediately a^&inned prominence. There was held by the 
legislature during his f »»t « an election for a United States Senator. 
The Democrats and Whigs were about equal in number and the 
Free Soilers with but a few votes held the balance of power. The 
Democrats on each ballot voted for the same person who was ob- 
jectionable to the Free Soilers, while the Whigs presented in turn 
the names of several of its leaders, trusting in some one instance 
thereby to meet with the approval of the Free Soilers and capture 
its votes. Milton Sutliff was the active leader of the Free Soilers. 
As the balloting progressed excitement ran high and at times the 
name of Milton Sutliff was presented with ardor as a candidate and 
voted by many. Among those presented by the Whigs was Benjamin 
Wade, a close personal friend and neighbor of Milton Sutliff, but 
he, too, was rejected and cast aside, as were many others afterwards 
presented by that party. Finally, believing that there could be no 
election satisfactory to the Free Soilers unless an agreement was 
reached, Milton Sutliff caused an impromptu canvass of the Free 
Soilers to be held while the balloting was progressing, when he ar- 
gued and entreated with his fellow party men, to set aside prejudice 
and join solidly in the support of Benjamin Wade, to which they 
finally agreed. The information was conveyed to the Whigs, they 
again presented the name of Wade and he was elected. Thus did 
Milton Sutliff become the main factor in bringing "Bluff Ben Wade" 
into national politics: he who afterward played such an important 
part in the abolition of slavery, and as President of the United. States 
Senate in the shaping of the policy of this country di^tdS? the" 
turbulent administration of President Andrew Johnson. 

In 1857, Milton Sutliff was elected a member of the Supreme Court 
of Ohio. While a member, the cases of ex parte Bushnell and 
Langston (reported in 9 Ohio State Reports, p 22 9) came before it 
for determination. The question raised concerned the construction 
of Section 2, Atft, 4 of the United States Constitution, and involved 
indirectly the right of property in human beings — slavery. The 
majority of the court held that the United States had the power to 
legislate on the right of the owner of a slave to pursue the slave, 
while escaping into another state. In those cases Judges Sutliff 
and Brinkerhoff dissented and Sutliff gave a most voluminous and 
able opinion, which immediately attracted the attention of the 
nation, and caused it to pause and consider. Discussion of slavery 



SUTL.IFF GENEALOGY. 27 

was accelerated, the coBscience of the nation was quickened and 
the injustice of slavery made more clear and acute to the people 
by this dissenting opinion. 

"Of this opinion Mr. Sumner (United States Senator) in a letter 
containing expressions of warm admiration and commendation and 
declaring his confidence that its doctrines were law and must 
finally be adopted, said, "In delivering your opinion you have erected 
a monument to yourself in the judicial history of the country." 
(Copied from "Milton Sutliff, a memorial read before the State Bar 
Association by Judge W. T. Spear." Judge Spear being then and is 
now a Judge of the Supreme Court of Ohio.) 

In 1S60 Milton Sutliff, still a Judge of the Supreme Court, was 
elected a delegate to the Republican Convention held at Chicago, 
where Mr. Lincoln was nominated as its candidate for President. 
The Republican party, but recently organized and composed mainly 
of the followers of the old Whig party, had just absorbed the Free 
Soil party. Joshua R. Giddings, a power and leader of the old Free 
Soiiers, who regarded the slavery question as one of paramount 
issue, offered in that convention certain resolutions, touching upon 
the question of slavery, which were rejected. Thereupon Mr. Gid- 
dings with many of his followers left the convention indignant at the 
treatment accorded the resolutions and with a feeUjpf^- that he had 
been tricked; also full of resentfulness and set in s^ determination 
to repudiate the Republican party. To present generations the great 
influence of Giddings, his large following among the people, and the 
strength of the anti-slavery party may not appear with sufiicient 
force, yet it should be conceded that the Republican party could not 
have prevailed at the polls without the assistance of Giddings and the 
Free Soil party. 

Judge Sutliff appreciating the momentous effect of the occasion 
and realizing the vital importance to success in having Giddings 
placated and satisfied, presented the matter with force and in proper 
light to General Xye of New York, and other leaders of the con- 
vention. They then selected the Judge as the one of all others to 
appease the ire and satisfy the wishes of Giddings. He went to Gid- 
dings, his long-time intimate friend and old political associate, as 
well as the former partner of his brother Flavel Sutliff, and entreated 
and pleaded, until with the exercise of great tact and the personal 
promise of the Judge that the resolutions recently rejected would 
again be offered and accepted, Giddings and his followers were per- 
suaded to return to the convention, when, upon presentation anew, 
the resolutions passed. Peace prevailed; the election of the nominee 
made possible and being selected in Lincoln, was accomplished; and, 
as Giddings and Sutliff hoped and undertook to do, slavery was soon 
to be exterminated. Some day the American people will acknowl- 
edge to the full the services of Giddings and Milton Sutliff, the old 
abolitionists, as well as the Free Soiiers, in wiping out that blot, 
slavery, from this land and nation. 



28 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 



PREFIX. 

PARTIAL GENEALOGY OF THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND. 

(Taken from Records.) 

JOHN SUTCLIFFE, Sr. 

Son of ; married Margaret Owls worth (error for Holdsworth) 

of Astey. Was born and lived during his life at Mairoyd, which ]£ 

the same parish as Astey, that is of Halifax, Yorkshire, England.^i!Wi //-^ 

CHILDREN. 

1 X ADAM, b. , Mairoyd, Yorkshire: moved to Grimsby, Lin- 
colnshire; m. daughter of the constable of Yorkshire. Had Judith. 

2 X MATTHEW, b. , 1550, Mairoyd, Yorkshire; m. Anne, 

daughter of John Bradley, Esq., of Louth, County of Lincoln, by 

Frances Fairfax, of Denton, his wife. Had Anne, who m. Hals 

of Devonshire. Matthew became Dean of Exeter. (See his biog- 
raphy.) 

3 X SOLOMON, b. , Mairoyd, Yorkshire, England; m. Eliza- 
beth Bradley, sister of Anne, wife of Matthew; had (a) John, one 
of the Esquires of the body of King James, who m. Alice, daughter 
of Luke Woodhouse, Esq., of Kimberly, Norfolk county, (and he 
had Susan); (b) Lucy, (c) Ann, (d) Debora, and (e) Susan. 

4 LUKE, b. ; d. ; n. i. 

5 X JOHN, b. ; d. . 

JOHN SUTCLIFFE, Jr. 

Son of John, Sr., and Margaret (Holdsworth) Sutcliffe; m. 

Kirton, daughter of John Kirton, Esq., of Lincolnshire. This John 
Sutcliffe became Groom of the Bedchamber to King Charles I. 
CHILDREN. 

ABRAHAM, b. , 1574, probably Mairoyd, Yorkshire, Eng. 

Probably other children. 

GENEALOGY OF THE PURITANICAL FAMILY OF SUTLIFF. 

The following are descendants of Abraham Sutliff, the founder of 
the New England and Puritanical family of Sutliff (A. D. 16 23), 
through his great-grandson, Nathaniel, Jr., formerly of Deerfield, 
Mass., and afterwards of Durham, Conn. 

ABRAHAM SUTLIFF, SR. (1). 
Son of John SutcIiKe, Jr., the latter having been Groom of the 
Bedchamber to King Charles I. and brother of Matthew Sutcliffe, 
Dean of Exeter. Abraham was bom about 1574, Yorkshire, Eng. 
Probably he lived at one time near Knaresborough, Yorkshire, 
where some of his children and the younger Plymptons were ac- 
quainted. After the birrh of probably all of his children he im- 



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migrated from Plymouth, Eng., to the New World, finally settling 
about 1623 in the new settlement of Plymouth, Mass. Soon after- 
"vrards he, with immigrants, gentlemen mostly from Kentshire, 
Eng., who had but recently arrived and also with some of the 
settlers of Plymouth, Mass., who had come over on the Mayflower, 
went to settle on a site on the coast of Massachusetts midway be- 
tween Boston and Plymouth, and named Scituate. Profiting by the 
sad experience and suffering of the first settlers at Plymouth, 
Mass., who at the beginning held their lands in common, they 
divided all the land on the third cliff, giving to each head of a 
family but one allotment of a small tract of land. Abraham, Sr., 
nevertheless, received at least two allotments on this cliff — prob- 
ably through the influence of Dean Matthew Sutcliffe, who owned 
all the land in the vicinity. These two allotments Abraham, Sr., 
afterwards sold to two different persons. He lived for quite a 
period of time at Plymouth, Mass., after coming to the New World, 
but afterward moved to Scituate with his family, where he is sup- 
posed to have died. 

CHILDREN. 

2 X ABRAHAM, Jr., b. about 1610, probably Yorkshire, Eng. 
Other children probably, as stated by Savage, some of whom prob- 
ably moved further into the interior of what is now known as 
Plymouth county, Mass.; changing in some instances the spelling 
of the name so as to become more or less unrecognizable. 

ABRAHAM SUTLIFF, Jr. (2). 
Son of Abraham, Sr., elected constable of Scituate, Mass., 16.56; 
took oath of office at Plymouth, Mass.> 1657. Probably acquainted 
when a lad in Yorkshire with John Plympton of Dedham, Med- 
field, and Deerfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

3 X ABRAHAM (III.), b. about 1631, Scituate, Mass. 

4 THOMAS, b. , 163 — , Scituate. Mass. 

-/.5 NATHANIEL, b. about 1638, Scituate, Mass. 

Probably others. 

The male children of Abraham, Jr., excepting Abraham (III.), each 
in early manhood migrated to help establish new settlements. Nath- 
aniel went to Dedham and Medfield; another went a little further 
south and stopped at Rehoboth, while Thomas and probably another 
-went by way of Dedham, Medfield, Rehoboth and Rhode Island to 
the new settlement at Branford, Conn., on the sound. Thi^ other 
brother is supposed to have remained in Rhode Island,' and estab- 
lished a branch of the family. (See historical part hereof.) 

NATHANIEL SUTLIFF, Sr. (5). 
Son of Abraham, Jr. (2); married Hannah Plympton, daughter of 
Serj. John Plympton, January 31, 1665, Medfield, Mass., left home 



30 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

early in life, went to Dedham, probably in 1660, where he acquired 
property, paying his county rate July 10, 1661; thence to Medfield, 
1663; thence to DeerQeld, 1673, where he was killed and after- 
ward burned in the woods by the Indians while serving under 
Captain Turner at the battle of Deerfield, May 19, 1676. His wife 
'Hannah was born March 1, 164 5, Dedham, Mass. She married, 
second, Samuel Harrington and moved to Branford, Conn., where 
she died, leaving issue by her second husband. 

CHILDREN. 

6 X HANNAH, b. Dec. 19, 1665, Medfield, Mass. 

7 JUDITH, b. July 7, 1669, Medfield, Mass. 

■., 8 X NATHANIEL, Jr., b. July 27, 1672, Medfield, Mass. 

9 X JOHN, b. , 1675, Deerfield, Mass. 

The genealogy of John (9) will not be brought down, since it has 
been placed in book form by his descendant, Bennett H. Sutliffe. 

HANNAH SUTLIEF (6). 

Daughter of 5; moved to Deerfield, Mass., thence Branford, Conn., 
with her mother and stepfather, where she married Thomas WheV 
don, Jr., 1686. 

CHILDREN. 

10 HANNAH, b. , 16 87, Branford, Conn. 

11 ABIGAIL, b. , 1689, Branford, Conn. 

12 THOMAS, b. Feb. 28, 1692, Branford, Conn. 

13 JOHN, b. Sept. — , 1694, Branford, Conn. 

14 NATHANIEL, b. July — , 1697, Branford, Conn. 

15 REBECCA, b. Sept. — , 1701, Branford, Conn. 

16 MARTHA, b. Jan. — , 1708, Branford, Conn. 

SERJ. NATHA^^EL SUTLIEF, Jr. (8). 

Son of 5; married Sarah Savage, of Rehoboth, Mass. After his 
father was killed at the battle of Deerfield, he went in early 
childhood to live at Rehoboth, probably with a brother of his father, 
where he remained until his marriage and the birth of his first 
child, when he returned to Deerfield, Mass. His mother in the 
meanwhile had married Samuel Harrington, and gone to the home 
of the latter at Hadfield, near Deerfield, thence (1680) to Bran- 
ford, Conn., with her husband and the other of her children by 
Nathaniel, Sr. Serj. Nathaniel, Jr., finally moved to Durham, 
Conn., about 1704, first joining the church at Branford; was elected 
the first constable of Durham, became a man of property and 
great infiuence in that community, and was elected representative 
for four successive terms. He died April 1, 17C2. His wife was 
born March 10, 1674, at Rehoboth, and died July 4, 1733. Both 



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buried at Durham, Conn. (See historical part hereof, also Savage 
genealogy appendix hereto.) 

CHILDREN. 

17 X SARAH, b. Jan. 18, 1693, Rehoboth. 

18 (Capt.) NATHANIEL, b. Feb. — , 1695, Deerfield, Mass. 

19 X (SerJ.j JOHN, b. , 1697, Deerfield, Mass. 

20 SAVAGE, b. Nov. 9, 1699, Deerfield, Mass. 

21 X HANNAH, b. Jan. 13, 1701, Deerfield, Mass. 

22 X JUDITH, b. , 1704, Durham, Conn. 

23 X EUNICE, b. Aug. 7, 1706, Durham, Conn. 

24 X MARY, b. July 16, 170S, Durham, Conn. 

25 JOSEPH, b. June 29, 1710; d. June 22, 1711. . 

26 X JOSEPH, b. July 27, 1712, Durham, Conn. 

27 X ANNA, b. May 30, 1715, Durham, Conn. 

SARAH SUTLIEF (17). 

Daughter of 8; married Abraham Crittenden; died November 15, 
1760, at Durham, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

28 ABRAHAM, b. Aug. 3, 1714, Durham, Conn. 

29 X SARAH, b. Sept. 12, 1715, Durham, Conn. 

30 SUSANNA, b. Sept. 5, 1720, Durham, Conn. 

31 MARY, b. Sept. 27, 1722, Durham, Conn. 

32 NATHANIEL, b. April 5, 1730, Durham, Conn. 

33 X SAMUEL, b. Feb. 20, 1733-34, Durham, Conn. 

34 ANNA, b. Dec. 2 5, 1726, Durham, Conn. 

SARAH CRITTENDEN (29). 
Daughter of 17; married Abner Tibbals, August 26, 1647. 
CHILDREN. 

35 MARY, b. Oct. 2, 1748, Durham, Conn. 

36 X ABEL, b. March 4, 1750, Durham. Conn. 

37 EBER, b. Dec. 27, 1751, Durham, Conn. 

38 ABNER, b. May 29, 1756, Durham, Conn. 

39 STEPHEN, b. Aug. 2, 1758, Durham, Conn. 

40 RUTH, b. May 3, 1761, Durham, Conn. 

41 SAMUEL, b. March 9, 1765, Durham, Conn. 

ABEL TIBBALS (36). 
Son of 29; married Jane Kelsey, October 7, 1776. 
CHILDREN. 

42 AN-NA, b. May 7, 1778. 

4 3 HANNAH, b. Oct. 7, 17 79. 
4 4 02IAS, b. Aug. 20, 17 83. 



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SAMUEL CRITTENDEN (33) 
Son of 17. 

45 SAMUEL, b. Sept. 27, 1755. 

46 EBENEZER. b. Oct. 18, 1757. 

47 OZIAS, b. Jan. 18, 1760. 

48 JOHN, b. Oct. 27, 1761. 

49 MED AD, b. May 23, 1764. 

50 IMMER, b. March 27, 1756. 

51 NOAH, b. Aug. 14, 1768. 

CAPT. NATHANIEL SUTLIFF (IS) 

Son of 8; married Hannah , who died July 16, 1772. 

He died January 7, 1760. No issue. He acquired real estate 
in Haddam Quarters, also in other parts nearby, through inheri- 
tance and otherwise; became very wealthy and the autocrat of the 
family; was one of the original founders of one of the very first 
circulating libraries in the world, and was a slave-holder as well. 
Military matters seemed to absorb his life. (See historical part 
hereof.) 

Epitaph. 
"Shield and spear let mortals wear. 
While I Aetherial Honors share." 

SERJ. JOHN SUTLIFF (19). 

Son of 8; married, first, Mehitable ; she died August 17, 1751; 

second, Sarah Squires, January 19. 1754. He died May IS, 1757; 
buried by the side of Mehitable in Durham, Conn. In early life was 
connected with the "Train Band," the military organization of Dur- 
ham, and attained the rank of sergeant. He lived at Wallingford, 
Conn. 

Epitaph. 
"To Heaven's will resigned, 
Left all vanity behind." 
CHILDREN BY MEHITABLE. 

52 JOHN, bapt. Jan. 23, 1726; d. in infancy. 

53 X JOHN, b. July 26, 1727-8, Durham, Conn. 

54 ELIZABETH, b. Oct. 5, 1729, Wallingford, Conn., m. William 
Park, May 29, 1755, Haddam, Conn. 

55 X NATHANIEL, b. Sept. 2, 1732, Wallingford, Conn. 

56 X SAMUEL, Sr., b. Sept. 18, 1733, Wallingford, Conn. 
CHILD BY SARAH. 

57 BENJAMIN, b. Aug. 23, 1755, Durham, Conn. He joined 
the Revolutionary War at the beginning, attained the rank of ser- 
geant Dec. 9, 1777, afterward the rank of lieutenant, and belonged 
to the society of Cincinnatus. 

JOHN SUTLIFF (53). 
Son of 19; married Lucy Hodgkin, April 23, 1754; joined the mili- 
tary organizations of Durham and East Haddam, Conn.; 



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served in the Indian war in the campaign of 1759 from April 16 to 
December 18, in the Second Regiment of Connecticut; moved to 
Killingworth, thence to Higganum on a farm. The foundation of the 
dwelling and the chimney thereon are still standing. Lucy died 
February, 1776, and is buried at Higganum. All of his children 
excepting Janna, who served in the Revolutionary War, migrated to 
different parts of New York State. The Hodgkins were early set- 
tlers of Guilford, and the name in many instances has been changed 
to Hodgkiss. 

Epitaph. 
"Death only took ye clay, 
Blist Angels bore my soul away." 

CHILDREN. 

58 SARAH, b. , 1754. 

59 X GAD, b. Jan. 1, 1756; bapt. Jan. 2, 1756, Durham, Conn. 

60 X JOHN HODGKIN, bapt. Oct. 16, 1757, Killingworth, Conn. 

61 NAOMI, bapt. Dec. 9, 1759, Killingworth, Conn. 

62 JANNA, bapt. May 2, 1762, Killingworth, Conn., Rev. Soldier. 

63 LUCY, b. July — , 1764, Higganum, Conn. 

64 X THOMAS EDWARD, b. , 176S, Higganum, Conn. 

65 ELIZABETH, b. ; m. Brainard. Lived Bums, N. Y. 

GAD SUTLIFF (59) 
Son of 53; married Katherine Squires; died suddenly Ben- 
nington, N. Y., March 4, 1842, but lived at Newstead. Erie coun- 
ty, N. Y., at that time; enlisted in Revolutionary War from Haddam, 
Conn., April — , 17 7 6, serving one month under Captain Sears, re- 
enlisted in June and served seven months as sergeant under Captain 
Buckley; re-enlisted January — , 1777, serving five months as 
private under Captain Smith; re-enlisted June — , 1777, serving 
six months under Captain Collins; re-enlisted February — , 1778, 
serving one year under Captain Morgan; re-enlisted and served for 
three years under Captain Morgan in the quartermaster depart- 
ment. Was a Revolutionary pensioner of the United States from 
October 16, 1832, until death. After the war he and some of his 
brothers and sisters, the others having preceded them, went to New 
York State. He settled in Genesee county, thence to Madison county, 
and finally Newstead, Erie county, N. Y. He was of powerful phys- 
ique, sprightly and active; visiting well into his old age his off- 
spring annually in different parts of the country; some of his grand- 
children living in Elyria, O., and Buffalo. N. Y., recall his visits, 
coming to them on horseback, dressed in his Revolutionary uniform. 
She died of consumption while the British were burning the terri- 
tory around Buffalo, N. Y., in the war of 1S12. 

CHILDREN. • 

66 OLIVE, b. ; m. Uriah Burdick; d. soon afterward; n. i. 

67 X SARAH, b. Nov. 14, 1780, Farm, Genesee county, N. Y. 



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68xSALMOX, b. , 17S6, Farm, Genesee county, N. Y. 

69 AARON, b. , 1788, Farm, Genesee county, N. Y. 

70 xLUCINDA, b. April 3, 1792, Farm, Genesee county, N. Y. 

71 X NORMAN, b. Aug. — , 1794, Farm, Erie county, N. Y. 
72xPARMELIA, b. , 1795. 

73 X CLARISSA, b. March 2, 1796, Painted Post, N. Y. 

74 JESSE, b. , 179S; studied law, went west while young; 

on his return for a visit was killed , 1828; unm. 

SARAH SUTLIFF (67). 
Daughter of 59; married Asa Greenman, November 14, 1808, at 
Brookfield, Madison county, N. Y. She died at Newstead, Erie 
county, N. Y., July 6, 187 8. He was a soldier of the War of 1812, 
and died May 24, 1856. 
CHILDREN. 

75 X CATHARINE, b. July 2, 1811, Alden (or Newstead), N. Y. 

76 ELIZA, b. May 9, 1814; d. Oct 18, 1823. 

77 OLIVE, b. Dec. 26, 1817; m. Zera Brooks; n. i. 

78 X ESTHER, b. Dec. 9, 1824, Alden (or Newstead), N. Y. 

CATHARINE GREENMAN (75). 
Daughter of 67; married George C. Butler, June 11, 1831; brother 
to the husband of Clarissa Sutliff. Catharine died March 23, 1878. 
CHILDREN. 

79 ELIZABETH, b. April 14, 1838; d. June 7, 1870; m. Carlton 
Smith; n. i. 

80 X GEORGE HOMER, b. March 4, 1836, Newstead, N. Y. 

81 SARAH, b. June 21, 1840, Clarence, N. Y. 

GEORGE H. BUTLER (80). 
Son of 75; married Alice M. Howard, March 4, 18 62; lived at New- 
stead. 
CHILDREN. 

82 GEORGE E., b. Dec. 22, 1862, Newstead, N. Y.; m. Alice L. 
Hutchinson; d. March 26, 1884; n. i. 

83 X CHARLES H., b. Sept. 9, 1865, Newstead, N. Y. 

84 X HOWARD W., b. Dec. 11, 1869, Newstead, N. Y. 

85 HARRIET L., b. May 17, 1871, Newstead, N. Y., school 
teacher. 

86 ALICE L., b. June 12, 1875, Newstead, N. Y. 

87 ELIZABETH S., b. Dec. 5, 1877, Newstead, N. Y. 

88 EMMA M., b. Aug. 13, 1880, Newstead, N. Y. 

CHARLES H. BUTLER (83). 
Son of 80; married Mary Havens, January 31, 1889, Newstead, 
N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

89 ROY H., b. Dec. 21, 1889, Newstead, N. Y. 

90 HOWARD L., b. Jan. 4, 1892; d. May 7, 1892, 

91 FliORENCE E., b. Oct. 11, 1894, Newstead, N. Y. 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 35 

HOWARD W. BUTLER (84). 
Son of 80; married Althea D. Sherman, January 27, 1904; lives 
North Collins, N. Y. 

CHILD. 92 LUCILLE, b. Jan. 6, 1907, North Collins, N. Y. 

SARAH BUTLER (81). 
Daughter of 75; married Adelbert Magoffin, April 11, 1867; moved 
to Somerset, Niagara county, N. Y., and died there June 26, 1875. 
CHILD. 93 X IDA L., b. Jan. 18, 1870, Somerset, N. Y. . 

IDA L. MAGOFFIN (93). 
Daughter of 81; married Horton B. Richards, November 25, 1894; 
lives Buffalo, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

94 MERRILL B., b. June 17, 1896, Buffalo, N. Y. 

95 SARAH E., b. July 25, 1902, Buffalo, N. Y. 

96 JOHN H., b. Aug. 21, 1904, Buffalo, N. Y. 

97 EDITH J., b. Aug. 3, 1907, Buffalo, N. Y. 

ESTHER GREENMAN (78). 
Daughter of 67; married George W. Davis, May 10, 1847; died 
August 21, 1864. 

CHILD. 98 X SARAH, b. July 24, 1848, Newstead, N. Y. 

SARAH DAVIS (98). 
Daughter of 78; married Buel Billyard, September 22, 1869, at 
Newstead, N. Y. She lives Clarence, Erie county, N. Y. He served 
in Civil War, and died May 24, 1909. 
CHILDREN. 

99XETHELYN, b. Nov. 8, 1870, Newstead, N. Y. 
100 WALLACE, b. Aug. 20, 1878; d. Jan. 30, 1904; n. i. 

ETHELYN BILLYARD (99). 
Daughter of 98; married Henry Swarts, September 9, 1889; live 
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CHILDREN. ^^^' iJK^a^ 

101 LESTER, b. July 25, 1890, Newstead, N. Y. 

102 NEWTON, b. Sept. 1, 1892, Newstead, N. Y. 

103 NELSON, b. May 2 5, 18 98, Newstead, N. Y. 

104 ESTHER, b. May 27, 1901, Newstead, N. Y. 

SALMON SUTLIFF (68). 
Son of 59; married Anna Beeman. She was born Unadella, Otsego 
county, N. Y., April 30, 1793,' and died May 17, 1870. He served in 
the War of 1812; died November 1, 1859, at the home of his son, 
Oliver H. P. Sutliff. He was a farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

105 LOVISA, b. , 1812; d. in infancy. 

106 X SILAS BEEMAN, b. June 18, 1813. farm in western N. Y. 

107 xWM. H. HARRISON, b. July 22, 1815, farm, western N. Y. 



36 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

108 X ASA GREEXMAN, b. May 15, 1817. farm, western N. Y. 

109 X OLIVER H. P., b. Dec. 9, 1818. farm, western N. Y. 

110 X CHARLES BEEMAN. b. Oct. 6, 1820, Avon. Lorain coun- 
ty. O. 

111 X RALPH OSBORNE, b. July 16, 1S22. Carlisle, Lorain 
county. O. 

112 X LUCETTA. b. April 26, 1824, Carlisle, Lorain county, O. 

113 X WARREN CHAPLIN, b. Feb. 28, 1826, Carlisle, O. 

114 xLUCINDA, b. Oct. 30, 1828, Carlisle, O. 

115 X JESSE SQUIRES, b. June 21, 1830, Carlisle, O. 
115a , b. June 21, 1830; d. in infancy. 

116 X THEODORE SALMON, b. June 11, 1832, Carlisle, O. 

117 X MILES WEBSTER, b. Feb. 3, 1834, Carlisle, O. 
llSxROSETTA, b. Aug. 2, 1836, Carlisle, O. 

SILAS BEEMAxN SUTLIFF (106). 
Son of 68; married Almira Blaisdell of Brownhelm, Lorain county, 
O. ; moved to Joliet, 111., where he was owner and captain of canal 
boats; died there July 20, 1854. 
CHILDREN. 

119 ANNA, b. ; m. Church; had child, d. in infancy. 

120 GEORGE, b. ; enlisted Civil War; d. Camp Douglas; 

n. i. 

WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON SUTLIFF (107) 
Son of 68; married, first, Phebe Gott, September 17, 1840; 
second, (Mrs.) Deucy Rugg, December 8, 1891; lived at Carlisle, 
O., thence Ionia, Mich., and thence Wellington, O., where he died 
February 3, 1907. Farmer. 

CHILDREN. 

121 GEORGE BEEMAN, b. Jan. 8, 1843; d. July 21, 1845. 

122 x CHARLES E., b. Feb. 16, 1845, farm, lonica county, Mich. 

123 x GEORGE WARREN, b. March 12, 1847, farm, lonica county, 
Mich. 

124 JOHN LaVERDA, b. May 16, 1849; d. Oct. 20, 1852. 

125 STEPHEN S., b. Aug. 16, 1851; d. Jan. 14, 1861. 

126 MARTIN BEEMAN, b. April 16, 1854; d. Jan. 5, 1861. 

127 JAMES ALFRED, b. Aug. 5, 1856; m. L. Barber; n. i. 

128 X FREDERICK EUGENE, b. Nov. 17, 1859, Wellington, Lo- 
rain county, O. 

129 X WILLIAM HENRY, b. Oct. 7, 1861, Carlisle, Lorain coun- 
ty, O. 

130 X EMMA JANE. b. Aug. 7, 1862, Wellington, O. 

131 FRANKLIN PIERCE, b. Sept. 9, 1864; m. Frances Dorches- 
ter, Sept. 14, 1885; n. i. 

CHARLES E. SUTLIFF (122). 
Son of 107; married Mary Jane Hoffman, May 7, 1868, Welling- 



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ton, O. She was born at Ruggles, Shelby county, O. He died Janu- 
ary 8, 1899, at Wellington, O. 
CHILDREN. 

132 NINA, b. Feb. 2, 1869; d. in infancy. 

134 MAY E., b. April 22, 1879; m. A. E. French; had Charles P. 

135 FLOYD E., b. Sept. 13, 1889, Wellington, O. 

136 EDWIN, b. Nov. 10, 1891; d. in infancy. 

GEORGE WARREN SUTLIFF (123). 
Son of 107; married Emma Bruce at Spencer, Lorain county, O.; 
served in Civil War. Lives Marysville, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

137 BELLE, b. ; m. C. V. Griffith; had Ross S., Hazel, Edna 

and Neva. 

138 BRUCE, b. ; m. Emma Schmidt; had Bruce S., Edward, 

and Lloyd. 

139 GEORGE WARREN, b. ; m. Hazel St. Clair; had Wes- 
ley. 

140 ELLIS A. b. . 

And other children. 

FREDERICK EUGENE SUTLIFF (128). 
§pn of 107; married Prudence Nettie Codding, November 25, 1885. 
She was born August 2, 1S62. Live at Wellington, O. 
CHILDREN. ' 

141 WALTER EDWIN, b. Oct. 13, 1886, Wellington, O.; unm. 

142 WILBER HARRISON, b. Dec. 23, 1887, Wellington, O.; 
unm. 

WILLIAM HENRY SUTLIFF (129). 
Son of 107; married Emily Allen, August 1, 1861. She was born 
January 17, 1828, and died September 7, 1896. Lives Ravenna, 
Portage county, O. 
CHILDREN. 

143 X MILTON, b. April 10, 1867, Brooklyn, Cuyahoga county, O. 

144 PHEBE, b. June 10, 1869; m. Edw. Stang; n. i. 

MILTON SUTLIFF (143). 
Son of 129; married Edith Lake, May 13, 1886, Lorain, O. She 
was born July — , 1868. He died January 1, 1902. 
CHILDREN. 

145 HATTIE VIOLA, b. Oct. 8, 1887, Lorain, O. 

146 HARRY ALLEN, b. Feb. — , 1890, Lorain, O. 

EMMA JANE SUTLIFF (130). 
Daughter of 10 7; married Bert Lincoln Whitehead, November 25, 
1885; live Elyria, O. 
CHILDREN. 

147 PHEBE DELILA, b. March 13. 1892, Wellington, O. 

148 TWIN. He died Sept. 5, 1892. 



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ASA GREEXMAN SUTLIFF (108). 

Son of 68; married, first, Lucia Anna Lee, February — , 1844, 
Carlisle, O.; second, (Mrs.) Anna Hollinsworth Garrott, June — , 
.1853; she was born December 25, 1828. Farmer and drover. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

149 xDELANEY LaFAYETTE, b. , New Richland, Minn. 

150xRHODA ANN, b. , New Richland, Minn. ' 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

151 X BYRON FREEMAN, b. Sept. 10, 1858, New Richland, Minn. 

152 MILTON HIRAM, b. June 22, 1860, New Richland, Minn. 
Child, died in infancy. 

DELANEY LA FAYETTE SUTLIFF (149). 
Son of 10 8. He died at New Richland, Minn. 
CHILDREN. 

153 CLISTA; m., living at Waverly, Wash. 
GERTER; m., living at Waukato, Minn. 
AUSTIN; living at New Richland, Minn. 
DESSIE; living at New Richland, Minn. 
WILLIAM; living at New Richland, Minn. 

RHODA SUTLIFF (150) 

Daughter of 108; m. Nelson, of Saco, Mont. 

CHILDREN. 

154 LEON; m., living at Saco, Mont. 

~ REASE; m., living at New Richland, Minn. 
CLARENCE; m., living at Saco, Mont. 
NELLIE; m., living at New Richland, Minn. 
ROY; living at New Richland, Minn. 
WREX; living at New Richland, Minn. 
EARL; living at New Richland, Minn. 

BYRON FREEMAN SUTLIFF (151). 
Son of 108; married Mary E. L. Kerr, December 18, 1884. She 
was born October 1, 1864. 
CHILDREN. 

155 THOMAS ASA, b. Sept. 31, 1887. 

156 ARTHUR LEE, b. Oct. 21, 1889. 

157 AGNES ELIZA, b. March 27, 1894. 

158 GEORGE BYRON, b. July 6, 1896. 

159 WARREN, b. Oct. 2, 1898. 
, b. April 10, 1900. 

OLIVER HAZARD PERRY SUTLIFF (109). 
Son of 68; married Elizabeth Serage. March 27, 1848, Wellington, 
O. She was born November 5, 1828, at Tones, Eng., and died March 
9, 1897. Farmer, Carlisle township, near Elyria, O. 
CHILDREN. 

160 X WILLIAM HENRY, b. April 4. 1849, farm, near Elyria, O. 

161 X ELLEN SERAGE, b. Sept. 5, 1S54, farm, near Elyria, O. 



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WILLIAM HENRY SUTLIFF (160). 

Son of 109; married Lydia Keith, March 12, 1870. at Erie, Pa. 
She was born at Carlisle, O. They live Carlisle township, near 
Elyria, O. 
CHILDREN. 

162 X NELLIE CORNELIA, b. March 5, 1872, farm, Carlisle town- 
ship, O. 

163xN'ETTIE RACHEL, b. Nov. 17, 1876, farm, Carlisle town- 
ship, O. 

164 ALICE KEITH, b. April 6, 1883, farm, Carlisle town- 
ship, O. 

NELLIE CORNELIA SUTLIFF (162). 
Daughter of 160; married Charles G. Drusendahl, September 30, 
1896, Oberlin,. O. She died June 3, 1898, Elyria, O. He was born 
Carlisle, O. 
CHILDREN. 

165 CARLTON PERRY, b. Dec. 26, 1897, Carlisle, O. 

166 FLOYD RICHARD, b. May 22, 1899, Elyria, O. 

NETTIE RACHEL SUTLIFF (163). 
Daughter of 160; married Harvey Brown, November 24, 1899, 
Carlisle, O. 
CHILDREN. 

167 KEITH TROWBRIDGE, b. March — , 1903, Carlisle, 0. 

168 KENNETH GILBERT, b. Oct. — , 1904, Carlisle, O. 

169 MORRIS KENDALL, b. June 20, 190 6, Carlisle, O. 

ELLEN SERAGE SUTLIFF (161). 
Daughter of 109; married Joseph Octave Ver Soy, June 13, 1877, 
Carlisle, O. He was born at Williamsburg, L. I., and died January 
27, 1898, at Carlisle, O. Both taught school Vermillion, 0., for 
twelve years. He was superintendent. 
CHILDREN. 

170 ARTHUR HAZARD, b. March 18, 1878, farm, Carlisle town- 
ship, O. 

171 CHARLES OCTAVE, b. Oct. 24, 1882, farm, Carlisle town- 
ship, O. 

172 WARREN WILLIAM, b. Sept. 30, 1889, Vermillion, Erie 
county, O. 

173 AGNES REBECCA ELLEN, b. Feb. 15, 1893, Vermillion. 
Erie county, O. 

CHARLES BEEMAN SUTLIFF (110). 
Son of 68; married Susanna Squires, at Carlisle, O. ; died October 
21, 1873; lived at Carlisle, Oberlin and Elyria, O. Killed at railroad 
crossing at Elyria, O. 
CHILDREN. 

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175 PLUMA MARIAM, b. Feb. 28, 1852; d. in infancy. 

176 X EVA ALZINA, b. Sept. 11, 1856. 

CHARLES MARION SUTLIFF (174). 

Son of 110; married, first, Alice Cornelia Keith, February 22, 
1876; second, Julia A. Bassett. He died October — , 1898, at Spring 
Valley, 111. Practicing physician. 

CHILD. 177 X RUBY MAY, b. June 7, 1878, Fairmont, Neb. 

RUBY MAY SUTLIFF (177). 
Daughter of 174; married Edward S. Goldberg! live at Anaconda, 
Mont. 

CHILD. 178 KEITH, b. Aug. 13, 1902. 

EVA ALZINA SUTLIFF (176). 
Daughter of 110; married, first, Percy H. Holley, September 24, 
1877; second, Bert Warren Saunders, April 8, 1884. 
CHILD BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

179 LUELLA, b. Aug. 30, 1S78. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND HUSBAND. 

180 MYRTLE MARIAN, b. Feb. 18, 1886. 

181 GRACE AGNES, b. June 18, 1887. 

182 CLAYTON BERT, b. Jan. 2, 1889. 

183 MABEL IRENE, b. Aug. 6, 1890. 

RALPH OSBORNE SUTLIFF (111). 
Son of 68; married, first, Olive Wood; second, (Mrs.) Rebecca 
Hutchings, nee Canhan, May 31, 1903, at Carlisle, O.; live at Chapin, 
Saginaw county, Mich. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

184 X NELSON BENJAMIN, b. March 30, 1846, farm, Genesee 
county, Mich. 

185 OLIVE MARIA, b. April — , 1853, farm, Genesee county, 
Mich. 

NELSON BENJAMIN SUTLIFF (184). 
Son of 111; married Jane Davids, April 5, 1868, Brady, Saginaw 
county, Mich., where they now live. 
CHILDREN. 

186 X CHARLES WARREN, b. July 4, 1869, Brady, Mich. 

187 OLIVE R., b. Aug. 13, 1871, Brady, Mich. 

188 DELLA M., b. Sept. 12, 1873, Brady, Mich. 

189 X MARION RALPH, b. Aug. 5, 1875, Brady, Mich. 

190 EMMA DELL, b. Aug. 30, 1877, Brady, Mich. 

191 BERTHA ADELBERT, b. Oct. 5, 1879, Brady, Mich. 

CHARLES WARREN SUTLIFF (186). 
Son of 184; married Mattie Lamoreaux, July 4, 1899, Brady, 
Mich.; live Oakley, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

192 CARRIE BELL, b. May 20, 1891, Brady, Mich. 



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193 LILLIE JANE, b. March 10, 1S94, Owosso, Mich. 

194 HAZEL FERN, b. Aug. 27, 1S9S, Owosso, Mich. 

195 IVA VERNESS, b. Aug. 13, 1901. Brady, Mich. 

196 NELSON EDWARD, b. May 13, 1905, Brady, Mich. 

197 LUELLA MAY, b. Aug. 29, 1908, Brady, Mich. 

MARION RALPH SUTLIFF (1S9). 
Son of 184; married Mary Emmons, at Brady, Mich. 
CHILD. 198 ARDIE, b. , Owosso, Mich. 

LUCETTA SUTLIFF (112). 
Daughter of 68; married Eli S. Wright, July 2, 1850, at Elyria, O.; 
died March 26, 18 95, at Prairie Depot, O. 
CHILDREN. 

199 ANNA ROSETTA, b. Dec. 20, 1851; d. Oct. 26, 1862. 

200 SARAH LUCINDA, b. Nov. 19, 1853; d. Oct. 21, 1855. 

201 FRANCIS ELBERTA, b. Aug. 1, 1856, Carlisle,' O. 

202 HANNAH LOVICA, b. May 22, 1855; d. Oct. 20. 1S62. 

203 STEPHEN ELI, b. Aug. 8, 1864; d. Feb. 12. 1865. 

204 ETTA, b. Dec. 21, 1865; d. Jan. 8, 1866. 

205 HELTA, b. Dec. 21, 1865, Green Creek, O. 

WARREN CHAPLIN SUTLIFF (113). 
Son of 68; married Jane Alzina Bennett, February 22, 1854, Car- 
lisle, O. She was born Carlisle, O. Live farm, near Carlisle, O. 
CHILDREN. 

206 ADA CAROLINE, b. May 14, 1860; m. Wm. Eckert; n. i. 

207 LOUIS EUGENE, b. May 12, 1864, Carlisle, O.; m. Creta 
Elizabeth Phipps, June 9, 1897, descendant of Governor Phipps; n. i. 

LUCINDA SUTLIFF (114). 
Daughter of 68; married, first, Fred D. Lee; second, Per- 
kins; died August — , 1867. 

CHILD BY FIRST HUSBAND. 208 ANNASTACIA. 
CHILD BY SECOND HUSBAND. 209 JENNIE. 

JESSE SQUIRES SUTLIFF (115). 
Son of 68; married Lovica C. Ostrander, January 1, 1850, Ionia, 
Mich. She died July 18. 1904, Chapin, Mich. He died January 8, 
1905, Toledo, O. 

CHILDREN. 

210 X RALPH F., b. , farm, Garam, Fulton county, O. 

211 FRANKLIN C, b. , farm, 6 m. from Earlville, 111. 

212 X ELIZABETH A., b. , farm, 6 m. from Earlville. 111. 

213 X CHARLES R., b. , farm, Earlville, 111. 

214 X JESSE S., b. , farm, near Chesaning, Mich. 



42 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

RALPH F. SUTLIFF (210). 
Son of 115; married Harriett Edwards, February 14, 1S72, Bliss- 
field, Mich. Lives Toledo, O. 
CHILDREN. 

215 X ELIZABETH LOVICA, b. Nov. 16, 1873, Blissfield, Mich.; m. 
George Allen. Had Bert and Hattie. 

216 METTIE, b. Sept. 4, 1S79, farm near Chesaning, Mich.; m. 
LeRoy Anderson; n. i. 

217 X ANNA, b. Jan. 6, 1877, Shiawassee, Mich.; m. Robert Smit- 
ten of Toledo, O. Had Jennie, Robert, Anna, Elizabeth. 

218xROSETTA, b. , Chesaning, Saginaw county, Mich.; m. 

Arthur Aldri^, Detroit, Mich. Had two girls. Lives Toledo. O. 

219 X RALPH D., b. Dec. 20, 1SS5, farm, near Chesaning, Mich. 
Live Toledo, O. Had Ralph and two girls. 

220 X HATTIE. b. . Saginaw county. Mich.; m. LeRoy Lewis. 

in Toledo. O. Had two children. 

221 JENNIE, b. , Saginaw^ county, Mich.; m. Arthur "Wells; 

n. i. 

222 ALFRED BARNARD, b. 1896, Toledo. O. 

FRA^^<:LIN c. sutliff (2 id. 

Son of 115; married Josephine Warsaw, July 4, 1877. 
CHILDREN. 

223 X ALICE, b. April 11, 1878, farm, DeKalb county. 111. 

224 X WILLIAM, b. June 3, 1880, farm, LaSalle county. 111. 

225 FRANK, b. Feb. 29, 1882, 111. 

226 BERT, b. , 1884, 111. 

227 FREDERICK C, b. May 12, 1887, St. Louis, Mich. 

228 MAY, b. July 23, 1881, farm, Saginaw county, Mich. 

229 JOSEPH, b. Aug. 28, 1894, farm, Chapin township, Mich. 

ALICE SUTLIFF (223). 
Daughter of 211; married Lawrence May, January 1, 1899, Clin- 
ton county, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

230 VIOLA MAY, b. July 8, 1900, farm, Chapin, Mich. 

231 BUEL EUGENE, b. Feb. 2, 1907, Chapin, Mich. 

WILLIAM SUTLIFF (224). 
Son of 211; married Emma Eiceman. 
CHILDREN. 

232 ALBERTES E., b. May 13, 1884, Brooklin, Lee county. 111. 

233 FREDERICK C, b. May 12, 1887, St. Louis, Mich. 

234 MAZIE, b. July 23, 1891, farm, Chapin township, Mich. 

235 JOSEPHINE, b. Aug. 28, 1894, farm, Chapin township, Mich. 
23 6 LEO FRANKLIN, b. Dec. 5. 1908, Victor, Clinton county, 

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ELIZABETH ANNA SUTLIFF (212). 

Daughter of 115; married, first, Oscar H. Bearup, September 4, 
1875, Yorkville, 111.; second, Hiram J., Stover, November 18, 1885, 
Chatham, Canada. Live Bannister, Mich. 

CHILD. 237 JOHN C, b. March 29, 1877, DeKalb county, 111.; 
m. Pearl Markel, Nov. — , 1907. Had 238 ANNA FERN; d. Sept. 19, 
1908. Live Lockport, Midland county, Mich. 

CHARLES R. SUTLIFF (213). 
Son of 115; married Lily Crego, December 30, 1890, Chapin, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

238a EARL, b. Dec. 10, 1891. Chapin, Saginaw county, Mich. 

239 CLAIR, b. May 17, 1895, Chapin, Saginaw county, Mich. 

240 ELMER, b. Sept. 20, 1898, Chapin. Saginaw county, Mich. 

241 HAZEL, b. March 13, 1901, Chapin, Saginaw county, Mich. 

242 CARL, b. July 24, 1907, Chapin, Saginaw county, Mich. 

JESSE SQUIRES SUTLIFF, Jr. (214). 
Son of 115; married Mary C. Armans, September 4, 1886, Breck- 
enridge, Mich. Live Chapin, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

243 GEORGE, b. July 25, 1892, Chapin, Saginaw county, Mich. 

244 AGNES, b. Aug. 8, 1894, Chapin, Mich. 

245 EZRA, b. Sept. 4, 1896, Chapin, Saginaw county, Mich. 

THEODORE SALMON SUTLIFF (116). 

Son of 68; married Violetta Hunt, January 17, 1856. She was 
born Victor, Ontario county, N. Y. Live Pottersville, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

246xMETTA ORRENA, b. Feb. 2, 1858, West Ridge, Lorain 
county, O. 

247 X ANNA, b. Sept. 30, 1860, West Ridge, Lorain county, O. 

248 xN. WARREN, b. July 11, 1874, Blissfield, Mich. 

METTA ORRENA SUTLIFF (246). 
Daughter of 116; married Nicholas Walters, born October 16, 1854. 
CHILDREN. 

249 ROSE BELLE, b. April 20, 1878, Blissfield, Mich.; married 
J. Kniseley of Hicksville, O., , 18 87. 

250 VELMA, b. July 29, 1884, Blissfield, Mich. 

251 CLINTON, b. Nov. 25, 1887, Maysville, Ind. 

252 CLARK, b. Aug. 6, 1890; Maysville, Ind. 

AN^A SUTLIFF (247). 
Daughter of 116; married Allister Floyd, August 7, 1879. Born 
July 20. 185 6, Palmyra, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

253 HARRY G., b. July 12, 1880, Palmyra, Mich. 

254 GRACE VIOLETTA, b. July 30. 1890, Palmyra, Mich. 

255 ETHEL M., b. May 30, 1895, Palmyra, Mich. 



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N. WARREN SUTLIFF (248). 
Son of 116; married Mattie Hines, February 23, 1898; born Oak- 
wood, Oakland county, Mich., May 27, 1873. Live Potterville, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

256 ADA VIOLETTA, b. Nov. 15, 1904; d. April 8, 1905. 

257 N'EWBORN, b. Nov. 10, 1908, Potterville, Mich. 

MILES WEBSTER SUTLIFF (117). 
Sob of 68; married Susan A. Gott, December 9, 1858, Wellington, 
O., where she was born. She died May 6, 1901. He died August 30, 
1899; farmer. 

CHILD. 258 X GEORGE MILTON, b. Dec. 30, 1865; d. Sept. 

13, 1909. 

GEORGE MILTON SUTLIFF (258) 
Son of 117; married Blanche A. Dorchester, born July 6, 1864. 
Live Wellington, O. Stock dealer. 
CHILDREN. 

259 MARION D., b. July 31, 1901, Wellington, O. 

260 MAXINE E., b. May 28, 1907, Wellington. O. 

ROSETTA SUTLIFF (118). 
Daughter of 68; married William Lorenzo Gott, September 1, 1858, 
Wellington, O. She died April 12, 1904. He died May 23, 1895. 
CHILDREN. 

261 X WARREN LORENZO, b. July 10, 1859. 

262 X GEORGE WILLIAM, b. Nov. 20, 1861. 

263 OWEN GILBERT, b. Nov. 22, 1869. 

WARREN LORENZO GOTT (261). 
Son of 118; married, first, Alice E. Avery, April 16, 1875; second, 
Rosetta F. Davidson, July — , 1894. Live Wellington, O. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

264 LUELLA, b. March 26, 1877. 

265 LEWIS, b. Nov. 6. 1879; m. G. Walters, Oct. 16, 1908, 
Boulder, Colo. 

266 MABEL, b. June 14, 1891. 

GEORGE WILLIAM GOTT (262). 
Son of 118; married Dora Knapp, January 28, 1866. Live Wel- 
lington, O. 
CHILDREN. 

267 WILLIAM ADELBERT, b. Dec. 6, 1886. 

268 WALLACE KNAPP, b. Nov. 21, 1889. 

269 RICHARD OWEN, b. June — , 1893; d. Nov. 23, 1894. 

LUCINDA SUTLIFF (70). 
Daughter of 59; married Chaplin Rathburn, moved to Green 
Springs, Sandusky county, O. She died July 29, 1852; was so wise 
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over the county until she had quite an extensive practice. During 
the cholera epidemic, she traveled all over the country ministering 
to the sick regardless of exposure. She became well known and 
greatly loved by the people for her noble character and great devo- 
tion to duty. He died June 1, 1S64. Served in War of 1812. 
CHILDREN. 

270 X SAXTON SQUIRE, b. June 3, IS 13, farm, Livingston county, 
N. Y. 

271 JEANETTE, b. May 19, IS 15; m. James Cleveland, of San- 
dusky, O. Had amongst others, Clark Cleveland, Clyde O. 

272 X CATHERINE, b. March 13, ISIS, farm, Sandusky county, O. 

273 X LUCINDA, b. Oct. 14, 1819, farm, Sandusky county, 0. 

274 ELIZA, b. Feb. 2, 1827, farm, Sandusky county, O.; m. John 
Hunter, Sept. 12, 1S47. She died May 26, 1901. Lived Orland, 
Steuben county, Ind. 

275 X SARAH, b. Dec. 5, 1825, farm, Lorain county, O. 

276 JONOTHAN, b. . 

277 CHAPLIN BRUCE, b. March 10, 1831; d. March 24, 1856. 

SAXTON SQUIRE RATHBURN (270). 
Son of 70; married Barbara E. HussV, April 25, 1S35, Clyde, O. 
She was born Lancaster county, Penn., December 27, 1816. He 
died February 3, 1893. She died March 13, 1895, Clyde, O. 
CHILDREN. 

278 EDWIN C, b. March 10. 1837; d. Oct. 1, 1878. St. Louis, IMo. 

279 NORTON G., b. Sept. 19, 1839, Clyde, O. 

280 JAMES H., b. . 1841; d. Dec. 31, 1862, Battle Mur- 

physboro. 

281 SEXTON BURTON, b. . 

282 X CHAPLIN L., b. June 5, 1845, Clyde, O. 

283 LUCINDA M., b. March 2, 1847; m. Stover. 

284 NORMAN H., b. Jan. 19, 1849; d. Oct. 31. 1872. 

285 BRACE M., b. March 10, 1851, Clyde, O. 

■ 286 ORVILLE M., b. Aug. 18, 1853; m. Sackrider. 

287 JOHN E., b. Aug. 11, 1857, Clyde, O. 

CHAPLIN LOREN^^ RATHBURN (282). 

Son of 270; married Mary Grover, November 25, 1369, Clyde, O. 
She was born September 1, 184 8, Bellevue, O. Live Clyde. O. 
CHILDREN. 

287a HARRY C, b. Oct. 20, 1871. Clyde, O. 

287b EDITH M., b. March 17, 1873, Clyde, O. 

287c FANNIE B., b. March 16, 1875, Clyde, O. 

287d JAMES H., b. March 28, 1876, Clyde, O. 

287e NYNA E., b. March 13, 1S79, Clyde, O. 

287f LUCY, b. Oct. 17, 1883, Clyde, O. 

287g OLIVE O., b. June 20. 1885, Clyde, O. 

287h MABEL, b. Dec. 21, 1891, Clyde, O. 



46 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

LUCINDA RATHBURN (273). 

Daughter of 70; married, first, Maurice Lemmon. , 1837, on 

Homestead Farm, Sandusky county, O. He was born Genesee coun- 
ty, N. Y., February 14, 1813, and died August 9, 1845. He came to 
Sandusky county, O., 1826. They moved to Steuben county, Ind., 
1843. She died February 7, 1868. Second, David Lemmon, younger 

brother of Maurice, , 1846. He was born June 10, 1815, and 

died April 8, 1856. Came to Steuben county before his brother. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

2 88 X JOHN BURTON, b. March 22, 183 8. Sandusky county, O. 

289 X DAVID RILEY, b. Nov. 5, 1839, Sandusky county, O. 

290 X CHAPLIN BRACE, b. May 7, 1842, Sandusky county, O. 

291 X HENRY CLAY, b. Aug. 18, 1844, Steuben county, Ind. 

Children by second husband. 

292xLOVINA, b. Jan. 25, 1847, Steuben county, Ind. 

293 X MAURICE ADHILL, b. Feb. 22, 1848, Steuben county, Ind. 

294 X HELEN MILDRED, b. June 8, 1850, Steuben county, Ind. 

295 SAXTON BURR, b. May 26, 1855; m. S. Kelly; n. i. 

JOHN BURTON LEMMON (288) 
Son of 273; married, first, Celestia Carter, November 20, 1867; 
second, Melinda Fee, October 20, 1883. Live Steuben county, Ind. 
Served three years in Civil War and prisoner at Andersonville Prison. 
Celestia was born August 28, 1847. Melinda was born February 28, 
1866. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

296 MILDRED, b. July 2, 1869; m. Frank M. Tuttle; n. 1. 

297 X ZORA, b. Oct. 3, 1871, Steuben county, Ind. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

298 xRUTH, b. March 30, 1887, Steuben county, Ind. 

299 ESS, b. Jan. 30, 1891, Steuben county, Ind. 

300 AVERY, b. Dec. 17, 1896, Steuben county, Ind. 

ZORA LEMMON (297). 

Daughter of 288; married Edward Ball, Febuary 16, 1892, Steu- 
ben county, Ind. Live on farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

CHILD. 301 WAYNE, b. May 2, 1893, Pleasant Lake, Ind., 
Steuben county. 

RUTH LEMMON (298). 
Daughter of 288; married Melvin Updyke, Easter Sunday, 1906, 
Steuben county, Ind., where they now live. 

CHILD. 302 MILDRED, b. June 4, 1907, Steuben county, Ind. 

DAVID RILEY LEMMON (289) 
Son of 273; married, first, Loranna Tuttle, February 20, 1862; 
she died May 12, 1899; second, Cornelia Ireland, widow of Adhill 
Lemmon, Oct. — , 1907. 



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CHILDREN. 

303 X MAURICE C, b. Nov. 9, 1862, farm, Otsego, Steuben county, 
Ind. 

304 X CORA M., b. Nov. 6, 1S64, farm, Otsego, Steuben county, 
Ind. 

305 X MORTON R., b. Dec. S, 1S66, farm, Otsego, Steuben county, 
Ind. 

306xLORA B., b. Nov. 14, 1S69, farm, Otsego, SteubeB county^ 
Ind. 

307 X CHAPLIN H., b. Jan. 5, 1872, farm, Otsego, Steuben county, 
Ind. 

308 VIRA E., b. Nov. 9, 1874; m. Don Powers, Live Washington 
state. 

309 X BESSIE M., b. Dec. 15, 1877, farm, Otsego, Ind. 

310 X ETHEL V., b. Feb. 27, 1880, farm, Otsego, Ind. 

311 X ELSIE, b. Sept. 5, 1883, farm, Otsego, Ind. 

MAURICE C. LEMMON (303). 
Son of 289; married Anna Beecher, December 6, 1SS4, Hamilton, 
Steuben county, Ind. Live farm. Pleasant Lake, Steuben county, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

312 RUSSEL, b. , 1886; d. April 26, 1906; unm. 

313 BERNICE, b. Aug. 12, 1881, farm. Steuben county, Ind. 

314 BEECHER, b. Dec. 6, 1894, farm, Steuben county, Ind. 

CORA M. LEMMON (304). 

Daughter of 289; married first, Edward Cowan, who died January 
27, 1892; n. i.; second. Dr. S. H. Fuller, February 6, 1894, Steuben 
county, Ind.; served in Civil War. Live Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

CHILD. 315 GERALD W., b. March 19, 1896, Pleasant Lake, 
Ind. 

MORTON R. LEMMON (305). 

Son of 289; married Ida Menges, October 8, 1890, Steuben coun- 
ty, Ind. Live on part of the old Lemmon homestead farm. 
CHILDREN. 

316 RILEY E., b. March 1, 1892. 

317 VIRGIL, b. May 22, 1899. 

LORA B. LEMMON (306). 
Daughter of 289; married William Uncapher, January 28, 1892, 
Pleasant Lake, Ind., where they now live. 
CHILDREN. 

318 BASIL, b. Dec. 13, 1897; d. June 19, 1898, 

319 BERNIDINE, b. June 19, 1899, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

CHAPLIN H. LEMMON (307). 
Son of 289; married Hattie Grambing, February 22, 1894, Steuben 
county, Ind. Live near Pleasant Lake, Ind. 



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CHILDREN. 

320 KLINK, b. Nov. 29, 1894, farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

321 ANNA, b. ; d. in infancy. 

322 PAULINE, b. Jan. S, 1901, farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

323 DORIS, b. Feb. 19, 1903, farm. Pleasant Lake. Ind. 

324 DONIVAN, b. July 5, 1906, farm, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

BESSIE M. LEMMON (309). 
Daughter of 2 89; married John Matsou, July 31, 19 00, Steuben 
county, Ind. Live Pleasant Lake, Ind. Hardware merchant. 
CHILD. 325 IRENE, b. March 30, 1904, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

ETHEL V. LEMMON (310). 
Daughter of 289; married Guy Chadwick, September 21, 1898. 
Live Pleasant Lake, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

326 ROBERT, b. March 27, 1S99, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

327 JOYCE, b. Feb. 4, 1902, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

ELSIE LEMMON (311). 
Daughter of 289; married Lee Grim, September 15, 1906, Steuben 
county, Ind. Live Era. DeKalb county, Ind. 

CHILD 328 DENNIS, b. Aug. 14, 1908, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

CHAPLIN BRACE LEMMON (290). 
Son of 273; married, first, Fidelia Crane, Oct. 17, 1864, DeKalb 
county, Ind. She died November — , 1875; second, Diana Quick, 
February 7, 187 6. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

329 X LUCINDA, b. Dec. 27, 1868. farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

330 X KEEP, b. May — , 1869, farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

332 X MARY LEE, b. May 5, 1879, different farm. Pleasant Lake, 

Ind. 

333 xLENA BELLE, b. Sept. 17, 1882. farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

334 X DELPHENA, b. Dec. 29, 1884, farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

335 EDNA, b. May 3, 1892, farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

LUCINDA LEMMON (329). 
Daughter of 290; married William Renner, July 3, 1885, Hamilton, 
Ind.; born February 5, 1865, Steuben county, Ind. Live Hamilton, 
Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

336 X ORYTH, b. , 1886, Hamilton, Steuben county, Ind. 

337 HAROLD F., b. Aug. 29, 1892, Hamilton, Steuben county, 

Ind. 

338 GERALD B., b. Feb. 18, 1898, Hamilton, Steuben county, 

Ind. 

339 BRACE L., b. Jan. 15, 1903, Hamilton, Steuben county, Ind. 



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ORYTH L. RENNER (336). 
Daughter of 329; married Guy Tree, March 14, 1904, Steuben 
county, Ind. He was born March 13, 1877, near Hamilton, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

340 GEORGE W., b. Sept. 4, 1905, Hamilton, Ind. 

341 ARNOLD R., b. Feb. 11, 1907, Hamilton, Ind. 

KEEP LEMMON (330) 

Son of 290; married Clarisa Fee, November 1, 1890, Steuben coun- 
ty, Ind. Live farm, near Hamilton, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

34 2 MYRTLE, b. March 3, IS 92, farm, near Hamilton. Ind. 

343 MARIE, b. Nov. 10, 1S94, farm, near Hamilton, Ind. 

MARY LEE LEMMON (332). 
Daughter of 290; married Lewellyn Walberry, May 10, 1899. Live 
Oklahoma. 
CHILDREN. 

344 DOROTHY, b. Feb. 19, 1901. 

345 GEORGE, b. March 3, 1903. 

LENA BELLE LEMMON (333). 
Daughter of 290; married Joseph Soewell, November 16, 1900, 
Steuben county, Ind. Live farm, near Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

CHILD. 346 PAULINE, b. Dec. 17, 1905, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

DELPHENA LEMMON (334). 
Daughter of 290; married LaFayette Wells, February 24, 1906. 
CHILD. 347 WINIFRED, b. May 7, 1907, Steuben county, Ind. 

HENRY CLAY LEMMON (291). 
Son of 273; married Jane C. Cameron, September 19, 1869, Steu- 
ben county, Ind. She was born January 7, 184 6. At 17, enlisted in 
Civil War; fought at Shiloh, marched with Sherman to the sea, 
returned through the Carolinas to Richmond; finally to Washington, 
where he was discharged, July 24, 1865; returned to the old home 
where in appreciation of his ability he was successively elected trus- 
tee of the township, then justice and finally county treasurer, when 
In 1885 ho moved to Angola, Ind., to assume his official duties, and 
where afterwards elected councilman. Studied and practiced opto- 
metromy, having acquired the title of Dr. O. as a reward for his pro- 
ficiency. Now jeweler and optician, Angola, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

348 SARAH ERDINE, b. Oct. 19, 1871; m. J. Kratz, March 7, 
1906; n. i. 

349 ERNEST C, b. April 5, 1875, farm, Otsego township, Ind. 

350 X EDITH R., b. April 25, 1877, farm, Otsego township, Ind. 

351 X EARL C, b. Sept. 17, 1883, farm, Otsego township, Ind. 



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EDITH R. LEMMON (350). 
Daughter of 291; married Alpheus R. Cook, January 2, 1898, An- 
gola, Steuben county, Ind.. born October 19, 1S74, Kewanna, Ful- 
ton county, Ind. Live on farm, Freemont, Steuben county, Ind. 

352 CLARA C, b. Dec. 20, 1898, farm, Kewanna, Ind. 

353 BERDENA O., b. Dec. 28, 1901, farm, Kewanna, Ind. 

354 RUTH A., b. Nov. 3, 1903, Freemont, Ind. 

355 ROBERT EARL, b. Nov. 4, 1906, Freemont, Ind. 

356 FRANCIS M., b. March 17, 1909, Freemont, Steuben county, 
Ind. 

EARL C. LEMMON (351). 

Son of 291; married Ethel Dirrisn, November 27, 1907; born Sep- 
tember 26, 1890, Hamilton, Ind. Live Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

CHILD. 357 ESTHER MARIA, b. April 9, 1909, farm. Pleasant 
Lake, Ind. 

LOVINA LEMMON (292). 
Daughter of 273; married Jedediah Morse, September 13, 1869, 
Angola, Ind. He died September 13, 1900. Lives Angola, Ind. De- 
votes her time to charitable works. 
CHILDREN. 

358 EULA, b. Jan. 11, 1875; m. Smith, June — , 1904. 

359 FREDERICK J., b. March 31, 1878; d. March 23, 1908. 

MAURICE ADHILL LEMMON (293) 
Son of 273; married Cornelia Brooks, June 25, 1871, Steuben 
county, Ind. He died October 29, 1884. 
CHILDREN. 

360 xNORA, b. Nov. 18. 1872, farm. Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

361 JENNIE, b. March 19, 1875; d. Sept. 26, 1896. 

362 MARY, b. Feb. 21, 1878, farm, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

363 GEORGE A., Feb. 1, 188 2, farm, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

NORA LEMMON (360). 
Daughter of 293; married Horace Wells, Aug. 20, 1900, Steuben 
county, Ind. Lives Angola, Ind. 

CHILD. 364 CLARE T., b. Dec. 26, 1901, Steuben county, Ind. 

HELEN MILDRED LEMMON (294) 
Daughter of 273; married George O. Swift, October 25, 1873, Steu- 
ben county, Ind. Live Eden, Williams county, O. 
CHILDREN. 

365 X ADA MAY, b. July 6, 1874, Steuben county, Ind. 

366 X MABEL CLARE, b. March 11, 1876, Steuben county. Ind. 

367 X STELLA, b. Sept. 25, 1881, Steuben county, Ind. 

368 X EDGAR, b. June 25, 1885, Steuben county, Ind. 

369 HERMAN, b. Nov. 11, 1891, Steuben county, Ind.; unm. 



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ADA MAY SWIFT (365). 
Daughter of 294; married Cyrus Allomong, October 29, 1892, 
Steuben county, Ind. Live farm east part of Steuben county, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

370 ARTHUR, b. May 17, 1S93, farm, Steuben county, Ind. 

371 WAYNE, b. April 13, 1895, farm, Steuben county, Ind. 

372 OSCAR, b. March 10, 1901, farm, Steuben county, Ind. 

373 ROSCOE, b. March 10, 1901, farm, Steuben county, Ind. 

MABEL CLARE SWIFT (366). 
Daughter of 294; married Lawrence Maxwell, December 26, 1897, 
Edon, O. 
CHILDREN. 

374 RUSSELL V., b. Nov. 17, 1898, Edon, Williams county, O. 

375 DUANE. b. Nov. 22, 1903, Edon, Williams county, O. 

STELLA SWIFT (367) 
Daughter of 294; married Henry Stiefel, June 1, 1904, Edon, O. 
Live Reading, Hilldale county, IVIich. Furniture dealer. 
CHILD. MILDRED, b. July 13, 1906, Reading. Mich. 

EDGAR SWIFT (368). 
Son of 294; married Buelah Scott, October 7, 1905, Edon, Williams 
county, O. 

CHILD. 377 LILLIAN, b. April 30, 1905, Edon, Williams 
county, O. 

CATHERINE RATHBURN (272). 

Daughter of 70; married Christian Huss; , 183 7, Clyde, O. 

He was born February 21, 1815, and died August 3, 1894. 
CHILDREN. 

378 CHAPLAIN R., b. Feb. 11, 1S3S, near Clyde, O. 

379 ELIZA, b. March 13, 1839; lives Freemont, O. 

380 MOAH B., b. Sept. 17, 1S40; lives Curtis, O. 

381 WILSON C, b. Aug. 15, 1842; d. Feb. 24, 1844. 

382 FRANCIS D., b. April 12, 1844; d. July 12, 1857. 

383 BURR H., b. July 20, 1845; lives Freemont, O. 

384 MAURICE L., b. March 31. 1848, near Clyde, O. 

385 JANE, b. May 29, 1850, near Clyde, O. 

386 OLIVER P., b. Feb. 17, 18 53; lives Freemont, O. 

387 BARBARA E., b. April 18, 1855; lives Freemont, O. 

388 SAXTON, P., b. Aug. 16, 1856; live Yuma, Ariz. 

389 CARL C, b. Aug. 29, 1859; live Freemont, O. 

SARAH RATHBURN (275). 
Daughter of 70; married Hazell Foster, March 4, 1840, Sandusky 
county, O. He was born July 6, 1811, Aurelius, Cayuga county, N. 
Y., and died March 22, 1892, Nevada Mills, Ind. She died February 
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CHILDREN. 

390 JANETTE, b. March 5, 1843; d. Sept. 27, 1S58; unm. 

391 X ORPHA, b. July 26, 1845, farm, Sandusky county, O. 

392 xLUCINDA, b. Jan. 13, 1847, Fana, Cass county, Mich. 

ORPHA FOSTER (391). 
Daughter of 275; married Edward Claflin, December 26, 1867, 
West Gilead, Mich. Lives Nevada Mills, Steuben county, Ind. 

CHILD. 393 HARRY, b. , 1869, Lake Gage, Ind.; d. in in- 
fancy. 

LUCINDA FOSTER (392). 
Daughter of 275; married Samuel Herald, December 1, 1862, Lake 
Gage, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

394 ELLA, b. Dec. S, 1863, farm, Steuben county, Ind. 

395 BRACE W., b. Dec. 5, 1868, farm, Steuben county, Ind.; m.; 
n. i. 

396 DELLA M., b. Sept. 17, 1878, farm, Steuben county. Ind. 

NORMAN SUTLIFF (71). 

Son of 59; married Anna Brown, born . 1800, and died , 

1849. He went to Shenango county, Penn., thence, 1833, to a farm 
one-half mile from Columbus, Warren county, Penn., where all of his 
children were born; thence to Wisconsin, 1850, settling finally at 
Tiffany, Wis., where he died June 4, 18 84. Served in the Mexican 
War under Generals Dearborn and Winfield Scott for eighteen 
months. He afterwards practiced law and was a civil engineer; be- 
came a pioneer at an advanced age in the wilds of Wisconsin, where 
the people were busy clearing the land, and felling the forests, and 
as they had little wealth he had little time and slight occasiou for law 
business, and Norman was driven to following the law and acting as 
civil engineer at the same time. He was a great disciplinarian, not 
allowing his children at the family table until they had grown and 
mastered the etiquette of the table. He was remarkably active and 
agile, and so continued throughout his life. 
CHILDREN. 

397xLYDIA, b. Jan. 21, 1822, near Columbus, Penn. 

398 LORENZO DOW, b. ; d. when 13 years old. 

399 X LAURA ELNORA, b. May 13, 1824, near Columbus, Penn. 

400 X WILLIAM BROWN, b. Aug. 20, 1827, near Columbus, Penn. 

401 X LUCY ABALINE, b. Feb. 22, 1829, China, N. Y. 

402 X WARREN, b. Aug. 6, 1830, near Columbus, Penn. 

403 X HELEN, b. Feb. 2, 1834, near Columbus, Penn. 
404xOMER HASSEN, b. May 2, 1836, near Columbus, Penn. 

405 X ELIZA A., b. Oct. 20, 1838, near Columbus, Penn. 

406 xHORTENSE, b. May 7, 1842, near Columbus, Penn. 

407 xLLEWELLEN LEROY, b. July 5, 1844, near Columbus, 
Penn. 

408 X THOMAS CORWIN, b. 1847, near Columbus, Penn. 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 53 

LYDIASUTLIFF (397). 
Daughter of 71; married George W. Angell, , 1852, Colum- 
bus, Penn. He died Nashville, Tenn. Served four years In Tennes- 
see; Tenth Wisconsin, Civil War. She died June 12, 1892. 
CHILDREN. 

409 X WARREN IVAR. b. Nov. 3, 1855, near Black River Falls, 
Wis. 

410 WILLIAM CLYDE, b. July 12, 1857, Davis Ferry, Jackson 
county, Wis. 

411 X CHARLES SUMNER, b. Oct. 30, 1859, old homestead, Jack- 
son county, Wis. 

412 X GEORGE W., Jr., b. Nov. 21, 1861, Roaring Creek, Wis. 

WARREN IVAR ANGELL (409). 

Son of 397; married Fannie A. Thurston, July 18, 1880, Tiffany, 
Dunn county. Wis.; born Oxford, Marquette county, Wis., December 
30, 1861. Lives Grand Junction, Colo., R. D. No. 4. 

CHILD. 413 LULA MAY, b. May 1, Tiffany. Wis. 

CHARLES SUMNER ANGELL (411). 
Son of 3 97; married Donna Goff, May 12, IS 86, Prairie Farm, 
Wis. Live Black Duck Lake, Minn. She was born October — , 1861, 
and died February 13, 1909. 
CHILDREN. 

414 VALENTINE, b. March 2, 1887, Boyceville, Wis. 

415 GUY, b. Aug. 2, 1889, Boyceville, Wis. 

416 JAMES L., b. April 26, 1892, Beaulieu, Minn. 

417 GEORGE W., b. Dec. 6, 1894, Beaulieu, Minn. 

418 IRMA, b. Feb. 2, 1897, Beaulieu, Minn. 

419 KATHARINE, b. Feb. 20, 1901, Langor, Minn. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON ANGELL (412). 
Son of 3 97; married Marie Nelson, March 31, 1899, Ketchikan, 
Alaska. She was born January 1, 1877, at Nordmarken, Sweden. 
Live Seattle. 
CHILDREN. 

420 VERA BELLE, b. Oct. 12, 1901, Seattle, Wash. 

421 MARY CLAIR, b. Jan. 16, 1903, Seattle, Wash. 

422 ROSS FERN b. Sept. 25, 1905, Seattle, W^ash. 

LAURA ELNORA SUTLIFF (399). 
Daughter of 71; married Amos Taylor Allen, April 12, 1845, near 
Columbus, Warren county, Penn.; born Steuben county, N. Y., No- 
vember 24, 1819, and died Oconomowoc, Wis., April 21, 1903. She 
died May 4, 1867, Oconomowoc, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

423 X ELIZA LETITIA, b. Jan. 29, 1846, Lisbon, Waukesha county. 
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424 X WILLIAM HOWARD, b. Aug. 16, 1S49, Hustisford, Dodge 
county. Wis. 

425 ALICE ELXORA, b. Aug. 1, 1854, Hustisford, Dodge county. 
Wis. 

426 CLARA BLENDENA, b. Jan. 16, 1S56; d. Sept. — , 1871. 

Pewaukee, Wis. 

427xEFFIE JANE, b. Nov. 29, 1858, Hustisford, Dodge county. 
Wis. 

428 X CHARLES LAMONT, b. Aug. 20, 1860, Hustisford, Dodge 

county, Wis. 

ELIZABETH LETITIA ALLEN (423). 
Daughter of 399; married Jeffrey Lane Jones, Sept. 20, 1875, Pe- 
waukee. Wis. He was born October 18, 1844, Pewaukee, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

429 xINEZ ELEANOR, b. Oct. 30, 1875, Merton, Waukesha coun- 
ty. Wis. 

430 ROY ALLEN, b. Nov. 22, 1877, Merton, Waukesha county, 
Wis. 

431 MYRTLE ELNORA, b. Jan. 9, 1884, Oconomowoc, Wis. 

INEZ ELEANOR JONES (429). 
Daughter of 423; married Eugene Young, July 4, 1895. He was 
born February 12, 1876. Live Oconomowoc, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

432 HAROLD B. 

433 HAZEL. 

434 JESSIE ALLEN. 

WILLIAM HOWARD ALLEN (424). 
Son of 399; married Hester Jane Teare, September 7, 1881, Kil- 
bourn. Wis.; b. June S, 1857, Newport, Sauk county. Wis. Live 
Waukesha, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

435 BLENDENA JANE, b. Nov. 15, 1882, Kilbourn, Wis. Teach- 
er. 

436 INEZ TEARE, b. Feb. 6, 1885, Boyceville, Wis. Teacher. 

437 JENNIE MAY, b. Oct. 8, 1887, Boyceville, Wis. Teacher. 

438 EFFIE GENEVIEVE, b. Aug. 17, 1889, Boyceville, Wis. 
Teacher. 

439 ABBY ESTHER, b. July 16, 1891, Boyceville, Wis. Student. 

EFFIE JANE ALLEN (427). 
Daughter of 399; married Charles Edward Livingston, January 3, 
1880, Spring Prairie, Walworth county, Wis., where he was born 
April 20, 1858. Live Seattle, Wash. 
CHILDREN. 

440 ETHEL ELNORA, b. Nov. 16, 1882, Spring Prairie, Wis. 

441 MARJORIE ELIZA, b. Jan. 27, 1888, Oconomowoc, Wis. 



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CHARLES LAMONT ALLEN (428). 
Son of 399; married Catherine Bull. She was born May 4, 1866, 
Lisbon, Waukesha county. Wis. Live Vesper, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

442 EUGENE SUTLIFF, b. Oct. 30, 1888, Pewaukee, Wis. 

443 GLEN LAMONT, b. Aug. 17, 1890, Pewaukee, Wis. 

WILLIAM BROWN SUTLIFF (400). 
Son of 71; married Henrietta Hinckley, January 3, 1856. He died 
April 3, 1892. He lived and practiced law in his native county, 
Warren, Penn., attaining success therein. 

CHILDREN. 

444 WILLIAM NUR, b. Feb. — , 1857; d. April — , 1857. 
445xLYLE, b. May 6, 1859, Columbus, Penn. 

446 ELMER, b. Dec. 15, 1861; m. Leila Clare, April, 1894; n. i. 

447 JESSE, b. , 1863; d. in infancy. 

448 ETTA, b. , 1865; d. in infancy. 

449 X NELLIE, b. Dec. 7, 1868. 

450 ELWYN, b. Aug. 6, 1870; d. Nov. 3, 1892. 

451 FLOYD, b. Feb. 4, 1872; d. Nov. 3. 1879. 

LYLE SUTLIFF (445). 
Son of 400; married Inez Allen, July 4, 1879, Columbus, Penn. 
CHILD. 452 VENNIS L., b. May — , 1880. 

NELLIE SUTLIFF (449). 
Daughter of 400; married Hoyt Alverson, May 29, 1897. Live 
Corry, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

453 ELWYN SUTLIFF, b. May 29, 1897. 

454 MAXINE ROGINE, b. June 10, 1907. 

LUCY AB ALINE SUTLIFF (401). 
Daughter of 71; moved early in life with her father to Columbus, 
Penn. Went to school at Alfred Academy at Homellsville, N. Y., 
after having taught school from the age of fifteen years; then moved 
to Hustisford, W^is., to live with her sister and to teach; married 
Fayette Mace Spear, October 17, 1855. He was born New Portland, 
Me., February 22, 1828, and became a tin and hardware merchant, 
finally moving on his farm, Oconomowoc, Wis., where she died 
July 18, 1899. The Spears came from Isle of Jersey, thence Brnns- 
wick. Me., thence west. 
CHILDREN. 

455 FRANK MERRILL, b. Feb. 21, 1857, Hustisford, Wis.; 
unm. 

456 X WILLIAM DELMONT, b. March 21, 1860, Hustisford, Wis. 

457 X MARY ALMA, b. Jan. 3, 1863, Hustisford, Wis. 



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458 X MABEL MILDRED, b. May 29. 1864, near Oconomowoc, 

Wis. 

459 JAMES RAYMOND, b. June 2, 18 66, near Oconomowoc, 

Wis. 

460 HARRY EDWARD, b. Sept. 29, 1868. near Oconomowoc, 

Wis. 

461 MILO, b. July 3, 1870; d. in infancy. 

462 SUSAN, b. July 3, 1870; d. in infancy. 

WILLIAM DELMONT SPEAR (456). 
Son of 401; married, first. Lena Rorebeck, May 14. 1890, Trent, 
S. Dak. She died March 16, 1896; second, Mattie Morseth. January 
25, 1898, Fulda, Minn. Live Miles City, Minn. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

463 WARD, b. March 6, 1891, Coleman, S. Dak. 

464 FRANK, b. July 2 6, 1893, Coleman, -S. Dak. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

465 GERTRUDE LUCILLE, b. Feb. 14, 1900, Fulda, Minn. 

466 CLARA MILDRED, b. June 23, 1901, Fulda, Minn. 

467 MATTIE PANSY, b. Oct. 5, 1902, Fulda, Minn. 

468 ROY EDWARD, b. April 30, 1904, Fulda, Minn. 

JAMES R. SPEAR (459). 
Son of 401; married Gertrude Dresden, Milwaukee, Wis., October 
15, 1890; born April 22, 1869, Mankato, Minn. Live Haynes. N. 
Dak. 
CHILDREN. 

469 MILDRED BYRL, b. Dec. 2, 1902, Ramona, S. Dak. 

470 MARY BESS, b. Aug. 29, 1904, Ramona, S. Dak. 

MARY ALMA SPEAR (457). 
Daughter of 401; married Samuel R. West, December 17, 1891, 
Tallapoosa, Ga. He was born Laurel Ridge, Fayette county, Ga., 
May 11, 1859. They lived at Waco, Ga., then Tallapoosa, Ga., now 
. Hopewell, Ala. 
CHILDREN. 

471 FAYETTE HELSMAN, b. July 28, 1896, Waco, Ga. 

472 CHARLES MORRILL, b. Oct. 7, 1899, Waco, Ga. 

473 JOSEPH LEE, b. Dec. 30, 1902, Waco, Ga. 

474 RUTH, b. Sept. 10, 1903, Waco, Ga. 

MABEL MILDRED SPEAR (458). 
Daughter of 401; married Andrew C. West, June 9, 1897, Waco, 
Ga.; born Laurel Ridge, Fayette county, Ga. They live Talla- 
poosa, Ga. 
CHILDREN. 

475 HARRY :\IACE, b. Sept. 4, 1898, Tallapoosa, Ga. 
47 6 LUCY KATHRYN, b. May 14, 1902, Tallapoosa, Ga. 
477 VARNBY MILNER, b. Sept. 30, 1905, Tallapoosa, Ga. 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 57 

WARREN SUTLIFF (402). 
Son of 71; married Laura Ellen Brooks, July 25, 1861. She was 
born White Pigeon, Mich., February 3, 1842, and died Oquawka,, 
111., September 15, 1908. He died October 10, 1895, and buried 
in private cemetery of Andrew Jackson, near Tallapoosa, Ga. 
CHILDREN. 

478 CHARLES EDGAR, b. Aug. 5, 1863, Menominee, Wis.; d. 
April 18, 1866. 

479 X MARY ANNA, b. April 5, 1873, New Haven, Wis. 

480 FANNIE, b. May 13. 1878, Baron. Wis.; d. June 13, 1888, 

481 X JAMES WARREN, b. Jan. 12, 1880, Baron, Wis. 

MARY ANNA SUTLIFF (479). 
Daughter of 402; married Herman L. Meyer, November 18, 1890. 
Live Wellington, Kans. 
CHILDREN. 

482 EDGAR H., b. Nov. 26, 1891, Rozetta, 111. 

483 HERMAN F., b. Dec. 25, 1893, Rozetta, 111. 

484 WALTER C, b. Dec. 6, 1895, Rozetta, 111. 

485 MABEL MAE, b. May 14, 1898, Rozetta, 111. 

486 JAMES LeROY, b. July 14, 1901, Rozetta, 111. 

487 HAROLD C, b. Jan. 15, 1906, Rozetta, 111. 

JAMES WARREN SUTLIFF (481). 

Son of 402; married Myrtle Eva Galbraith, April 25, 1906, 
Stronghurst, 111. She was born Gladstone, 111., May 10, 1884. Live 
Oquawka, 111. 

CHILD. 488 JAMES HOWARD, b. June 2, 1907, Oquawka, IlL 

HELEN SUTLIFF (403). 
Daughter of 71; married Lyman Halladay, November 15, 1853, 
Ashville, N. Y., where he was born October 2 2, 1828, and died Jan- 
uary 3, 1908, Chautauqua, N. Y. She died Ashville, N. Y., January 
6, 1881. 
CHILDREN. 

489 FRANK E., b. March 5, 1855; d. Feb. 27, 1878; n. i. 

490 MARY E., b. June 19, 1859; d. Feb. 6, 1866. 

491 X WILLIAM D., b. Jan. 20, 1867, Ashville, N. Y. 

WILLIAM D. HALLADAY (491). 

Son of 403; married Mattie S. Johnson, of Stedman, N. Y. Live 
Chautauqua, N. Y. 

CHILD. 492 CLYDE FRANKLANE, b. Feb. 1, 1888, Ashville, 
N. Y. Artist at Chautauqua, N. Y. 

OMER HASSEN SUTLIFF (404). 
Son of 71; married Mary Holbrook, November 15, 1858, Free- 
born, Minn. She was born January 27, 1829, Chautauqua, N. Y. 
Now live New Richland, Minn. 



58 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN. 

493 X AMANDA, b. Dec. 9, 1866, New Richland, Minn. 

494 MINT^A L., b. April 2, 1868; m. Fred Hickes, Dec. 2, 
1884; n. i. 

495 X MORRIS, b. May 28, 1869, New Richland, Minn. 

496 X VIOLA, b. Oct. 1, 1875, New Richland, Minn. 

497 DORA, b. Aug. 15, 1877; m. Phillip Luff, Oct. 16, 1901; n. i. 

AMANDA SUTLIFF (493). 
Daughter of 404; married Dwight Hatch, November 10, 1884; 
born Meridian, Steel county, Minn. Live New Richland, Byron town- 
ship, Minn. 
CHILDREN. 

498 WALTER H., b. Jan. 30, 1885, Trenton, Minn. 

499 IDA A., b. Dec. 5, 1886, Otisco township, Minn. 

500 DORA M., b. May 10, 1888, Otisco township, Minn. 

501 ERNEST H., b. May 13, 1891, Byron township, Minn. 

MORRIS SUTLIFF (495). 
Son of 404; married Minnie May Rose, January 23, 1894. She 
was born Otisco township, Minn. Live New Richland, Minn. 
CHILDREN. 

502 PEARL VIETTA, b. Oct. 12, 1894, New Richland, Minn. 

503 ETHEL LUSINDA, b. Aug. 23, 1896, New Richland, Minn. 

504 FLORENCE ELETHA, b. Nov. 20, 1898, New Richland, 
Minn. 

505 LAURA EVELYN, b. June 25, 1901, New Richland, Minn. 

506 PHYLLIS MARY, b. Jan. 12, 1904, New Richland, Minn. 

507 MORRIS KENNETH, b. May 23, 1906, New Richland, Minn. 

VIOLA SUTLIFF (496). 
Daughter of 404; married William Luff, November 10, 1895. 

He was born New Richland, Minn., , 1868, where they live. 

CHILDREN. 

508 MILDRED, b. June 21, 1896, New Richland, Minn. • 

509 MARJORIE. b. March 2 8, 1898, New Richland, Minn. 

510 OMER, b. April 16, 1901, New Richland, Minn. 

511 BURNES, b. Nov. 4, 1902, New Richland, Minn. 

512 GENEVA, b. Oct. 11, 1908, New Richland, Minn. 

513 HERSHEL, b. April 8, 1908, New Richland, Minn. 

ELIZA A. SUTLIFF (405). 
Daughter of 71; married Isaac Foster Howell, April 27, 1862, 
Melrose, Judson county, Wis.; born November 14, 1824, Floyd 
county, Va., and died Chase. Rice county, Kans., December 11, 1893. 
Lives Daylight, Warren county, Tenn. 
CHILDREN. 

514 CLIFFORD GRANT, b. June 21, 1864, Roaring Creek, 
Jackson county. Wis.; m. Elsie Westphall, , 1893; n. i. 



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515 SHERMAN EDDY, b. July 24, 1866; d. Aug. 26, 1867. 

516 ETTIE MAY, b. Sept. 4, 1S68; d. Sept. 2, 1887. 

517 X STELLA MAUD, b. May 3, 1874, Washington township, 
Ringgold county, la. 

STELLA MAUDE HOWELL (517). 
Daughter of 405; married Leroy Jewell Otis, Battle Creek College, 
Mich.; born July 4, 1874, Fresno, Calif. Practicing physician, Des 
Moines, la. 
CHILDREN. 

518 HAROLD HOWELL, b. April 17, 1901, Battle Creek, Mich. 

519 NEVIN LOWELL, b. March 16, 1904, Seatonville, Buren 
county. 111. 

HORTENSE SUTLIFF (406). 
Daughter of 71; married John Brewer, August — , 1859, Roaring 
Creek, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

520 X CORA, b. May 12, 1860, Melrose, Wis. 

521 JOHN, b. Jan. 24, 1862; m. ; n. i. Lives Clay- 
ton, Wis. 

CORA BREWER (520). 
Daughter of 406; married Alonzo L. Best, July 15, 1877. Live 
Tiffany, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

522 X EDNA, b. May 12, 1878, Tiffany, Wis. 

523 X HUGH, b. May 23. 1886, Tiffany, Wis. 

524 GERTRUDE, b. Oct. 29, 1892, Tiffany, Wis. 

525 ALONZO, b. Sept. 25, 1898, Tiffany, Wis. 

526 THEODORA, b. Dec. 20, 1901, Tiffany, Wis. 

EDNA BEST (522). 
Daughter of 520; married Walter C. Best, August 8, 1902, Down- 
ing, Wis. He was born May 19, 1875, Downing, Wis. 

CHILD. 527 VIOLET, b. Sept. 27, 1903, Tiffany, Wis. 

HUGH BEST (523). 
Son of 520; married Lucy Stoddard, June 15, 1906, Downing, 
Wis. She was born May 21, 1888, Downing, Wis. 

CHILD 528 THELMA, b. June 16, 1907, Tiffany, Wis. 

LLEWELLEN LEROY SUTLIFF (407). 
Son of 71; married Eleanor B. Granger, November 12, 1866. 
Menominie, Wis. She was born April — , 1849, Columbus, St. Clair 
county, Mich. He went with his father to Fond du Lac county, Wis., 
1854; enlisted in Civil War August 15, 1862; wounded through both 
arms, Bentonville, N. C; honorably discharged May 11, 1865; 
moved to Dunn county, WMs., thence to Wade, Morton county, N. 



60 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

Dak., to become a pioneer and help develop the country, where they 

now live. 

CHILDREN. 

529 X NORMAN WILDER, b. Feb. 14, 1868, Tiffany, Dunn coun- 
ty. Wis. 

530 X EDWARD CORWIN, b. June 10, 1S70. Tiffany. Dunn coun- 
ty. Wis. 

531 xLLEWELLEN LEROY, b. June 26. 1872, Tiffany, Dunn 
county. Wis. 

532 X FRANKLIN WELLROSE. b. March 11, 1874, Tiffany, Dunn 
county. Wis. 

533 X FLORENCE ELBA. b. Oct. 10, 1877, Tiffany, Dunn coun- 
ty. Wis. 

534 HARRY OMAR. b. Oct. 20. 1882, Tiffany, Dunn county. 
Wis.; unm. 

535 RALPH NORTON, b. Aug. 14, 1884, Tiffany, Dunn coun- 
ty, Wis. 

536 WILLIAM ROBERT, b. July 17, 1888, Tiffany, Dunn coun- 
ty, Wis. 

ELEANOR B. GRANGER (537). 
(Of Royal Descent.) 
She is the daughter of Jedidiah Wilder Granger, who was born 
in New York State and was captain of Company A, Twenty-seventh 
Iowa Volunteers, in the Civil War, serving three (3) years. Eleanor 
B. is a direct descendant of Launcelot Granger (See the genealogy 
of Launcelot Granger) and as such and through the same stock as 
the Adams family (which has furnished two of our Presidents) she 
is of Royal descent. A brief synopsis of her Royal ancestry as 
given by Browning in his work, "Americans of Royal Descent," is 
to be found at the rear of this volume headed "Granger Family." 

NORMAN WILDER SUTLIFF (529). 
Son of 407; married Elizabeth Goff, May 9, 1895, Downing, Wis, 
She was born November 22, 1871, Tiffany, Wis. Live Boyceville, 
Tiffany township. Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

538 LYDA MARIAN, b. Feb. 8, 189 6, Tiffany, Wis. 

539 MILDRED IRIS, b. Dec. 11, 1897, Tiffany, Wis. 

540 KATHERINE ELEANOR, b. June 2, 1900, Tiffany, Wis. 

541 CHESTER GOFF, b. June 6, 1902, Tiffany, Wis. 

542 INFANT, b. May 29, 1904; d. June 16, 1904. 

543 EVA, b. Jan. 18, 1906. Tiffany, W^is. 

544 NORMAN HAROLD, b. Oct. 2 9. 190 8, Tiffany, Wis. 

EDWARD CORWIN SUTLIFF (530). 
Son of 407; married Mabel Acre, of Morristown, 111., January 2, 
1895, Knapp, Dunn county. Wis. Live Hertel, Burnett county. Wis. 
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CHILDREN. 

545 CLARE BRYAN, b. Oct. 12, 1896, Tiffany township, Wis. 

546 LAVERN AKERS, b. Aug. 24, 1899, Hertel, Wis. 

547 ELLA DL\DEMA, b. April 15, 1901, Hertel, Wis. 

548 GENEVIEVE EULALIA, b. Aug. — , 1904, Hertel, Wis. 

LLEWELLEN LEROY SUTLIFF, Jr. (531). 
Son of 407; married Edna Anna Hays, December 25, 1S94. Boyce- 
ville. Wis., born Tiffany, Wis. Farmer. Live Boyceville, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

549 LYLE EVERETT, b. Sept. 7, 1896, Tiffany, Wis. 

550 BERYL RAMONI, b. May 29, 1900, Tiffany, Wis. 

FRANKLIN WELLROSE SUTLIFF (532). 
Son of 407; married Mabel Welton, June 27, 1902, Duluth, Minn. 
She was born Wheeler, Dunn county. Wis. Live East Spokane, 
Wash. 
CHILDREN. 

551 CLARENCE BERNARD, b. June — , 1903, Duluth, Minn. 

552 KENNETH EUGENE, b. April — , 1904, Spokane, Wash. 

FLORENCE ELBA SUTLIFF (533). 
Daughter of 407; married Emery Mortimer Sherwood, June 10, 
1895, Boyceville, Wis. He was born Hay River, Dunn county, Wis., 
February 14, 1872. Live Wade, Morton county, N. Dak. Two chil- 
dren were born; both died in infancy. Naomie E. and Ethel M. 

RALPH NORTON SUTLIFF (535). 
Son of 407; married Zelma Shudlick, December 2 5, 190 7, Barron, 
Wis. She was born Barron, Wis., August 28, 1890. Live Wade, 
Morton county, N. Dak. 

WILLIAM ROBERT SUTLIFF (536). 
Son of 407; married Villa Norcross, November 28, 1907, Wade, 
N. Dak. She was born January 6, 1S85, Tiffany, Wis. Live Wade, 
N. Dak. 
CHILDREN. 

553 ROBERT FRANKLIN, b. Oct. 8, 1908, Wade, Morton coun- 
ty, N. Dak. 

554 RUTH ALMIRA, b. Oct. 8, 190 8, Wade, Morton county, 
N. Dak. 

THOMAS CORWIN SUTLIFF (408). 
Son of 71; married Angelia Bishop, March 8, 1874. She was born 
Port Alleghenny, Penn., May 24, 1855. Lives Cedar Falls, Wis. 
Farmer. He moved to Wisconsin with his parents in 18 52, and 
settled in Dunn county finally in 18 65. 
CHILDREN. 

555 FRANCIS CORWIN, b. May 21, 1876, Eau Claire, Wis. 

556 X VERA MAUD, b. Sept. 17, 1879, Tiffany, Dunn county, Wis. 



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FRANCIS CORWIN SUTLIFF (555). 
Son of 40S; married Bertha Flannegan, July 1, 1901, Glenwood, 
Wis.; born Dallace, Baron county. Wis.. January 20, 1S80. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

557 ISADORA, b. Sept. 21, 1902, Cedar Falls, Wis. 

558 HARVEY, b. Jan. 23, 1905, Cedar Falls, Wis. 

VERA MAUD SUTLIFF (556). 
Daughter of 408; married Reuben West, March 15. 1899, New 
Haven, Dunn county, Wis. Live Downing, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

559 THOMAS CLIFFORD, b. March 20, 1902, Tiffany, Wis. 
5 60 GUYLE, b. Sept. 7, 1904, New Haven, Wis. 

PERMELIA SUTLIFF (72). 
Daughter of 59; married Jonathan Newman Robbins, who died 
April — , 1864, Lakins Grove. la. She died August — , 1847. 
CHILDREN. 

561 ALVIRA, b. , Utica, N. Y.; d. in infancy. 

562 X WILLIAM, b. , 1820, Utica, N. Y. 

563XALMER, b. Dec. 11, 1823, Utica, N. Y. 

564 X OLIVE JAN"E, b. Oct. 10, 1825, some place in Ohio. 

565xALZINA, b. March 10, 1827, some place in Ohio. 

566 X OSCAR F., b. ; d. , 1878. Had four children, Eau 

Claire, Wis. 

567xORVILLE MORTIMER, b. July 10, 1837, Marion, O. 
Farmer. 

568 X AMANDA MALVINA, b. April 9, 1839, Marion, O. 

569 ORIN NEWTON, b. , 1841; d. , 1845, White Pig- 
eon, Mich. 

570 ORSON LYSANDER. b. , 1843; d. , 1843, White 

Pigeon, Mich. 

WILLIAM ROBBINS (562). 

Son of 72; married Camelia Salmon, November 25, IS 44, Marion, 

O. He died October 6, 1851, Columbus, O. She died , 1892. 

Lawyer. 
CHILDREN. 

571XLUELLA, b. March 22, 1846, Marion, O. 

572 X HARRIET ANN. b. Jan. 27, 1849, Marion O.; m. John H. 
Stoll, July 29, 1879. Had Howard, b. Oct. 18, 1881. 

LUELLA ROBBINS (571). 
Daughter of 562; married Charles E. Miller, September 10, 1875, 
St. Joe, Mo. Professor in school. 
CHILDREN. 

573 CAMELIA MAUD, b. Feb. 22, 1878, St. Joe, Mo.; m. 
John Oswald Jones, June 21, 1909; professor in schools. 

574 X HARRIET NEELEY, b. Oct. 3, 1880, Story City, la.; m. 



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Gordon S. Robertson, June 1, 1903. Had Margaret E., b. Oct. 1, 
1905, Hamburg, Germany. 

ALMER ROBBINS (563). 
Son of 72; married Hannah Hitesman, November 27, 1851; died 
October 14, 1893, Swan, Ind. He died May 20, 1877, Scottsville, 
Kans. 
CHILDREN. 

575 GEORGE NEWTON, b. July 11, 1855; d. Oct. 9, 1855. 

576 WILLIAM ELLIOTT, b. Feb. 15, 1858; d. Feb. 28, 1864. 

577 ELTA MAY, b. May 28, 1863; d. March 19, 1864. 

578 X MAY ALICE, b. Aug. 26, 1866, Effingham, 111. 

MAY ALICE ROBBINS (578). 
Daughter of 5 63; married John W. Potter, August 16, 1880. 
Warren, Kans. He was born October 28, 1883. 
CHILDREN. 

579 BERTIE WINSLOW, b. March 25, 1881; d. Dec. 13, 1883. 

580 X RAY EVERETT, b. March 2S, 1884, Swan, Ind. 

581 X MARION ALMAR, b. Oct. 31, 1885, Swan, Ind. 

582 WILLIAM ORAL, b. March 4, 1887; d. Sept. 1, 1908. 

583 ESTALLA, b. Feb. 8, 1891, Swan, Ind. 

RAY EVERETT POTTER (580). 
Son of 578; married Anna May Heck, October 8, 1894, Albion, 
Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

584 EVERETT RAYMOND, b. June 27, 1895, Albion, Ind. 

585 MARY CATHERINE, b. June 27, 1897, Albion, Ind. 

MARION ALMER POTTER (581). 
Son of 578; married Bessie Kidder, June 9, 1907, Centerville, 
Mich. She was born Aug. 19, 1885. 

CHILD. 586 WANETA, b. Oct. 16, 1908, White Pigeon, Mich. 

OLIVE JANE ROBBINS (564). 
Daughter of 72; married John J. Foot, Nov. — , 1847. She died 
May — , 1909. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

587 ELLEN AURELIA, b. Oct. 12, 1848; m. Frank Loucks; n. i. 

588 xEMMA ROSAMOND, b. , 1852. 

588a GEORGE NEWTON, b. , 1854, Joliet, 111. 

589xELNORA SIBELIA, b. July — , 1857, Story City, la. 
590XORVILLE, b. , 1864, Lakens Grove, la. 

EMMA ROSAMOND FOOT (588). 
Daughter of 564; married Richard Hughes. 

CHILD. 591 X OLIVE, b. Aug. — , 1872; also Fayette, b. , 

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OLIVE HUGHES (591). , 

Daughter of 5 88; married Clarence Wax. Farmer. 

592 EMMA. 

593 ELLA. 

594 HENRY, 
Another son. 

ORVILLE FOOT (590). 
Son of 564; married twice. Had Ella, by first married, and byl 
second marriage, James, Joseph, John, Jerry and Jackson. 

ELNORA SIBELLA. FOOT (589). 
Daughter of 564; married William Child, at Ames, la. 
CHILD. 595 VERA, b. Aug. — , 1884, Nevada, la. 

ALZINA ROBBINS (565). 

Daughter of 72; married Truman Almanson Squier, January 26, 
1847, Elyria, O.; born Sept. 27, 1824, and died April 27, 1902,: 
Story City, la. She died February 12, 1869, Story City, la. 
CHILDREN. 

596XPERMELIA MORNILVIA, b. Nov. 7, 1847, Elyria, O. 

597 X PAULINE MELISSA, b. May 29, 1849. Elyria, O. 

598 X EMILY EVALINE, b. June 28, 1852, Joliet. 111. 

599 OLIVE ALMIRA, b. March 29, 1857, near Portage City, 
Wis.; married, first, M. W. Williams, second, R. Hughes; n. i. ; d. 
Aug. 28, 1907. 

600XLUELLA LENORA, b. April 7, 1859, Story City, la. 

PERMELIA M. SQUIER (596). 
Daughter of 565; married Royal Peter Sheffield, March 20, 1864. 
He was born September 8, 1842, Kane county. 111. Served Company 
H, Eighth Iowa Infantry, Civil War. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

601 X ALZINA LILLIAN, b. Sept. 28, 1866, Story City, la. 

602 EVA PAULINE, b. March 23, 1868; d. March 21, 1891. 
603XELVA STELLA, b. Dec. 21, 1870, Story City, la. 

604 X FRANK SQUIER, b. April 20, 1872, Story City, la., 
Farmer. 

605 ROY WILLIS, b. June 18, 1874; d. Dec. 17, 1903. Teacher. 

606 X NETTIE AUGUSTA, b. Aug. 14, 1877, Story City, la. Teach- 
er. 

607 X CLINTON ANSON, b. April 13, 1880, Story City, la. 

608 SCOTT CLEVELAND, b. Feb. 6, 1883; d. Oct. 11, 1902^ 
Laramie, Wyo. 

LILLIAN ALZINA SHEFFIELD (601). 
Daughter of 596; married Ernest G. Wiggins, Nov. 27, 1888; b. 
Dec. 13, 1866, Eldora, la. Restaurater. 



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CHILDREN. 

609 EVA GWENDOLYN, b. April 17, 1890, Story City, la. 

610 ARTHUR VERNE, b. June 17, 1S91, Story City, la. 

611 ZELLA LODOSKA, b. Dec. 27, 1892, Story City. la. 

612 ERNEST GEORGE, b. March IS, 1894, Story City, la. ' 

613 MAX MERRILL, b. June 13, 1902, Story City, la. 

STELLA ELVA SHEFFIELD (603). 
Daughter of 596; married Bert Shirkey, October 31, 1892; bom 
October 28, 1869, Rock Island, 111. Conductor of railroad. 
CHILDREN. 

614 RENO OLIVER, b. Jan. 10, 1896. 

615 BERT ALLEN, b. Jan. 14, 1898. 

FRANK SQUIER SHEFFIELD (604). 
Son of 596; married Luella Jane Wier, April 4, 1895; bom De- 
cember 22, 1877, Story City, la. 
CHILDREN. 

616 FRANCES LORENE. b. Feb. 5, 1897, Story City, la. 

617 IRMA LUEVILLE. b. Sept. 10, 1900, Story City, la. 

618 ETHEL FERN, b. Oct. 10, 1903, Story City. la. 

NETTIE AUGUSTA SHEFFIELD (606). 
Daughter of 596; married Blake W. Shirkey, May 26, 1904, 
Denver, Colo.; born March 20, 1882, Dallas county, la., and he died 
February 11, 1909. 

CLINTON ANSON SHEFFIELD (607). 
Son of 596; married Myrtle Baltsley, May 27, 1906, Des Moines, 
la. She was born July 10, 1885. Teacher. 
CHILDREN. 

619 ELSIE DOLORES, b. June 15, 1907, Des Moines, la. 

620 ELAINE, b. Aug. 27, 1909, Des Moines, la. 

MELISSA PAULINA SQUIER (597). 
Daughter of 565; married Frank R. Hamilton, December 29, 
1875, Waterville, Kans.; born March 17, 1852, Black River Falls, 
Wis. Merchant. 
CHILDREN. 

621 NORMAN E., b. Nov. 10, 1876, Beloit, Kans. 

622 X REGINALD FRANCIS, b. July 15, 1878, Beloit, Kans. 
623XALZINA REBECCA, b. Feb. 13, 1881, Story City, la. 

624 MAUD DORA, b. Sept. 23, 1883; m. Wm. W. Williams;, 
d. July 18, 1902. 

625 GLADYS ELVA, b. , 1901. 

REGINALD FRANCIS HAMILTON (622) 
Son of 597; married Leone Walters, March 16, 1903, Pueblo^ 
Colo. 
CHILDREN. 

626 MARIAN M., b. Jan. 3, 1904, Minneapolis, Minn. 



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627 FRANCIS REGINALD, b. March 2 8, 1909, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

ALZINA R. HAMILTON (623). 
Daughter of 597; married L. C. Hayden, March 18, 1906. Mold, 
Wash. He was born Wellsville, Mo., April 25, 1881. Rancher. 
CHILDREN. 

628 ORA JANE, b. Nov. 11, 1906, Mold, Wash. 

629 LESTER C, b. June 1, 1908, Mold, Wash. 

EMILY EVELINE SQUIER (598). 

Daughter of 565; married Alonzo W. Upton, Dec. 25, 1873. He 
was bom April 13, 1848, Cleveland, O. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

629a FRED LLEWELLYN, b. Oct. 19, 1874, Beloit, Kans.; 
m.; n. i. 

629b LUFF ALONZO, b. Nov. 26, 1876, Beloit, Kans. 

629c X MYRTLE LUELLA, b. Aug. 10, 1S80, Beloit, Kans. 

629d MILO TRUMAN, b. Sept. 1, 1891, Casey, la.; m. 

MYRTLE LUELLA UPTON (629c). 

Daughter of 598; married Frank Smith, October 1. 1902. He 
was born June — , 1877, Long Prairie, Minn. 
CHILDREN. 

629f RAY DONALD, b. Oct. 12, 190 3, Long Prairie, Minn. 

629g EVA ELLEN, b. Aug. 25, 1906, Daysland, Alberta, Can- 
ada. 

629h WESLEY WALTER, b. Nov. 10, 1907, Daysland, Canada. 

LUELLA LENORA SQUIER (600). 
Daughter of 565; married Ellis J. Hughes, November 30, 1876, 
who was born November 19, 1856, and died July 22, 1909; buried 
Pringhar, la. 
CHILDREN. 

634 xEARL TRUMAN, b. Nov. 19, 1877, Ames, la. 

635 ALMA RUTH, b. Sept. 7, 1882; d. July 9, 1891. 

636 X EDITH DORA, b. June 29, 1885, Ames. la. 

EARL T. HUGHES (634). 
Son of 600; married Eva M. Powell, April 5, 1899; died Febru- 
ary 24, 1902. 

CHILD. 637 GALDA M., b. May 5, 1901, Pringhar, la. 

EDITH DORA HUGHES (636). 
Daughter of 600; married Roy King, August 6, 1908. 
CHILD. 638 RALPH H., b. June 14, 1909, Pringhar, la. 

ORVILLE MORTIMER ROBBINS (567). 
Son of 72; married Ruth S. Ballard, February 22, 1870, Nevada, 
la. She was born March 19, IS 4 8, Will county, 111. Civil War vet- 
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SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 67 

CHILDREN. 

639 DELBERT NEWMAN, b. Aug. IS, 1871, Story City. la. 

640 X KATE L.. b. Oct. 16, 1875, Story City. la. 

641 BENJAMLN WADE, b. Aug. 17, 1877, Correctionville, la. 

642 LEE Z., b. Nov. 10, 1882, Correctionville, la. Farmer. 

KATE L. ROBBINS (640). 
Daughter of 567; married Ralph W. Edmunds, October 2. 1901, 
Correctionville, la. He was born March 25, 1875. Served Spanish- 
American war. 

AMANDA MELVINA ROBBINS (568). 

Daughter of 72; married John Hodges, August 20, 1862. He 
was born Hereford, England, 1830. 

CHILD. 643 MINNIE MAY, b. May 11, 1863, White Pigeon, 
Mich. 

CLARISSA SUTLIFF (73). 

Daughter of 59; married Thomas Butler, , 1822. Drowned 

on ship board while crossing Gulf of Mexico, near Tampa, Fla.,' 
October 20, 1848. He was born Genesee Flat, N. Y., January 26. 
1800, and died September 14, 1848. 
CHILDREN. 

644 xKATHERINE JENNETTE, b. May 31, 1825, farm, Erie 
county, N. Y. 

645 X HESTER CLARISSA, b. April 3, 1827, farm, Erie county. 
N. Y. 

646 SUTLIFF GAD, b. June 14, 1829; killed in Civil War; unm. 

647 WESLEY THOMAS, b. Nov. 19, 1831; killed in Civil War; 
n. i. 

648 BENJAMIN B., b. Nov. 6, 1834; d. May — . 1838, Elyria, O.. 
649xPARMELIA AMANDA, b. Nov. 16, 1837, White Pigeon. 

Mich. 

650 ALMA MARIE, b. May 22, 1840; m. Charles Cummings; n. i. 

651 ORLANDO 0RPHU3. b. Oct. 23, 1842; d. July 5, 1S63; n. i. 

652 CHARLOTTE ABIGAIL, b. Jan. 5, 1845, Round Prairie, 
ni.; n. i. 

KATHERINE JENNETTE BUTLER (644). 
Daughter of 73; married, first, Harmon Chamberlin, January 8, 
1842, Round Prairie, 111.; died, July 14, 1846; second, Joseph G. 
Veness, August 12, 1848, Round Prairie, 111., whose father Rev. 
James Veness, ofSciated. Joseph died January 4, 1893. Rockton. 
111. Physician. Lives -.laricn, Ind. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

653 ELIZABETH THEODORA, b. Oct. 22, 1842; d. Jan. 22. 
1847. 

654 HARRIET JANE, b. Jan. 20, 1S44: d. Jan. 29. 1847. 



68 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND HUSBAND. 

655 X ALICE JOSEPHINE, b. June 21, 1S49, Roscoe, Winnebago 

county, 111. 

656 X THOMAS GERRISH, b. Oct. 22, 1851, Roscoe. Winnebago 

count3'. 111. 

657 X CLARISSA KATE, b. Nov. 3, 1853, Rockton, Winnebago 

county, 111. 

658 ALBERT BEILER, b. Jan. 21, 1S69; d. June 7, 1898. 

ALICE JOSEPHINE VENESS (655). 
Daughter of 644; married William Forward. November 23, 1870, 
Beloit, Wis. She died July 31. 1896, Marion, Ind. 

CHILD. 659 WILLIAM A., b. Oct. 1, 1S77, Rockton, 111. Book- 
keeper. 

THOMAS GERRISH VENESS (656). 
Son of 644; married Minnie Perkins, June 29, 1886, Niles, Mich. 
Live Marion, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

660 HAZEL JENNETTE, b. March 16, 1889, Niles, Mich. 

661 ETHEL, b. Nov. 23, 1S91, Niles, Mich. 

662 MILDRED, b. Nov. 21, 1894, Carthage, Ind. 

CLARISSA KATE VENESS (657). 
Daughter of 644; married James B. Crosby, January 17, 1878, 
Rockton, 111. Live Marion, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

663 JAMES BYRON, b. Nov. 9, 1880, Rockton, 111. 

664 X BENJAMIN F., b. Feb. 17, 1S85, Niles, Mich. 

665 JOSEPH G., b. Dec. 4, 1886, Niles, Mich. 

666 BLANCHE VENESS, b. July 29, 1888, Niles. Mich. 

667 ELEANOR CLARISSA, b. Aug. 8, 1895, Marion, Ind. 

668 ALICE KATHERINE, b. Sept. 15, 1897, Marion, Ind. 

BENJAMIN F. CROSBY (664). 
Son of 657; married Nellie E. Schrader, August 17, 1905, Clayton, 
Mo. Live St. Louis, Mo. 
CHILDREN. 

669 JOSEPH VENESS, b. Sept. 6, 1906, St. Louis, Mo. 

670 ALVIN WALLACE, b. Dec. 2, 1908, St. Louis, Mo. 

HESTER CLARISSA BUTLER (645). 

Daughter of 73; married Henry B. Hammond, , 1844, Round 

Prairie, 111., who died , 1S90, Capron, 111. She died February 

14, 1855, Rockford, 111. 
CHILDREN. 

671 LYDIA. b. , 1845, Round Prairie, Wis. 

672 X HENRY SYLVESTER, b. Jan. 5, 1847, Round Prairie, 111. 

673 WELTHY ADORA, b. ilarch 11, 1850, Round Prairie. 111. 

674 FRANK, b. , 1852; d. , 1864. 



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HENRY SYLVESTER HAMMOND (672). 

Son of 645; married Jennie E. Hunt, , 1869, Beloit, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

675 X NINA, b. , 1869, Boone county, 111. 

676 FREDERICK, b. , 1871; d. , 1893. 

677 CHARLES, b. , 1874; m. Marian Chilson. 

678 X ARTHUR, b. , 1880, Lansing, Mich. 

679 X HESTER, b. , 1S86; m. E. Carroll, , 1908, Aus- 
tin, Minn. 

NINA HAMMOND (675). 

Daughter of 672; married Alexander McLean, , 1890. 

CHILDREN. 

680 EDWARD, b. , 1890, Lansing, Minn. 

681 GERTRUDE, b. , 1893, Austin, Minn. 

682 WELTHY, b. , 1901, Lansing, Minn. 

683 FREDERICK, b. , 1905, Lansing. Minn. 

684 WILLIAM, b. , 1907, Austin, Minn. 

ARTHUR HAMMOND (678). 

Son of 672; married Myrtle Chilson, , 1900, Lansing, Minn. 

CHILDREN. 

685 LEON and LEOLE, b. — — , 1901, twins. 

686 HESTER, b. , 1902, Ipswich, S. Dak. 

687 CLARA, b. , 1904, Ipswich, S. Dak. 

688 GLADYS, b. , 1906, Ipswich, S. Dak. 

PARMELLA A. BUTLER (649). 
Daughter of 73; married Albert Colman, December 25, 1866, 
Beloit, Wis., born Cols Halls farm, Mayfield Parish, Sussex county, 
England, June 23, 1839, and died June 29, 1907, Marathon, la- 
Lives Lawton, Okla. 
CHILDREN. 

689 X FREDERICK J., b. Oct. 10, 1872, Forestville, la. 

690 X ALBERT B., b. Dec. 25, 1874, Beloit, Wis. 

FREDERICK J. COLMAN (6 89). 
Son of 649; married Bertha Fenton, September 11, 1899, Miller, 
S. Dak. 
CHILDREN. 

691 PARMELIA LEONE, b. Jan. 9, 1901, Miller, Hancock coun- 
ty, S. Dak. 

692 BERTHA LEE, b. Oct. 25, 190 2, Miller, Hancock county, 
S. Dak. 

ALBERT B. COLMAN (690). 

Son of 649; married (Mrs.) S. Marie Smith, October 10, 1905, 
Pringhar, la. 

CHILD. 693 DWIGHT B., b. July 5, 1906, Peterson, Clay 
county, la. 



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CHARLOTTE ABIGAIL BUTLER (652). 
Daughter of 73; married James A. Smith, June 17, 1875, born 
March 11, 1845, Cincinnati, O. Live Minnesota Training School, 
Red Wing, Minn; n. i. 

JOHN HODGKIN SUTLIFF (60). 
Son of 53; baptized October 6, 1757; married early part of 17S7; 
moved to eastern part of New York, about 1771, enlisted in the 
Revolutionary War, under Captain Hamstruck, Fifth New York Regi- 
ment, from May 5, 1779, to January 1, 1780, after which he re- 
turned to his home in New York State; afterward moved to New 
Haven, or Hartford, where he continued to live until 1803, when he 
again moved to New York State. In 1832 he was still living, having 
then made with his sister Elizabeth an affidavit in aid of their 
brother Gad, who was applying for a Revolutionary pension. Sup- 
posed to have moved in his old age with an unmarried daughteil 
back to Connecticut. 
CHILDREN. 

694 X V^Nj^\NSALER, b. Aug. 17, 1796, ConnecUcut. 

695 X Lil*€, b. . Had several children and visited his sister 

Emily in Michigan. ^ 

696 MARY, b. ; Elect^*^, i/ £otA^ 

697 X EMILY, b. Nov. 17, 1804. 

VAN RANSALER SUTLIFF (694). 

Son of 60; married Catharine Barnhart of Pennsylvania. , 

1824; moved with his parents to New York, 1803; lived in Monroe 
county, N. Y., and vicinity till 1831; thence Erie county, Penn.; 
thence Lenawee county, Mich., 1833; thence Hillsdale county, Mich., 
1834, where he lived on a farm till 1843; thence Bingham, Clinton 
county, Mich. Pensioner of War of 1812. He usually signed his 
name as Ransley. He died July 29, 1888. 
CHILDREN. 

698 WILLIAM, b. March 11, 1826, Monroe county, N. Y.; m. and 
d. within a year; n. i. 

699 X CALVIN ABBOT, b. Jan. 29, 1828, farm, Monroe county, 
N. Y. 

700 X FIDELIA, b. Dec. 26. 1829, farm, Cattaurugas county, N. Y. 

701 X CHARLES BLISS, b. April 3, 1836, Erie county, Penn. 

702 X SALMON JOHNSON, b. July 12, 1837. Hillsdale, Mich, 

703 X LUCY M., b. Oct. 30, 1842, Hillsdale, Mich. 

704 Child, b. ; d. in infancy. 

CALVIN ABBOT SUTLIFF (699). 
Son of 694; married Emily H. Woodward, of New York. He died 
March 12, 1904. She died April 6, 1901. Both buried at Newaygo, 
Mich. Treasurer thirteen years, Bridgeton township, Mich. Farm- 
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SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 71 

CHILDREN. 

705 ELLEN i^., b. May 28, 1856; d. Nov. 20, 1857, Bridgton, 
Mich. 

706xMATTIE ESTELLA, b. May 6, 1859, Bridgton, Newaygo 

county, Mich. 

707 X ALBERT EDWARD, b. March 18, 1861, Bridgton, Newaygo 

county, Mich. 

708 X FLORA EMMA, b. Dec. 24, 1862, Bridgton, Newaygo county, 

Mich. 

709 X SOLON DWIGHT, b. Oct. 16, 1S64, Bridgton, Newaygo coun- 
ty, Mich. 

710 "NETTIE, b. Aug. 4, 1866; d. Sept. 23, 1880. 

711 X FRANK ALLISON, b. Aug. 29, 1868, Bridgton, Newaygo 
county, Mich. 

712 X LOTTIE GRACE, b. June 21. 1870, Bridgton, Newaygo coun- 
ty, Mich. 

713 HELEN MAUDE, b. Sept. 5. 1871, Bridgton, Newago county, 
Mich. 

714 JESSIE ETHEL, b. Aug. 29. 1873; d. April 20, 1893. 

715 X MILAN RAY, b. June 19, 1876, Bridgton, Mich. 

716 LIBBY E., b. Feb. 1, 1875; d. Nov. 8, 1875. 

717 CHARLES ARTHUR, b. Dec. 14, 1880; m. Effie E. Herron; 
n. i. 

MATTIE ESTELLA SUTLIFF (706). 
Daughter of 699; married Cassius Melvin Woodard, September 
24, 1879, Grand Rapids, Mich.; born September 21, 1856. Farm, 
six miles from Grand Rapids. Live Des Moines, la. 
CHILDREN. 

718 CLAUDE WELMOT, b. March 20. 1881, Bridgton, Mich. 

719 DENNIS CARLTON, b. Aug. 31, 1882, Ashland, Mich. 

720 EMMA, b. Feb. 20, 1885; d. Oct. 26, 188S. 

721 EVERETT HALE, b. Sept. 17, 1889, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

722 FLOYD OLIN, b. Jan. 18, 1892, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

723 GENEVIEVE, b. Sept. 9. 1900, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

724 MILDRED ESTELLA, b. Sept. 17, 1903, Des Moines, la. 

ALBERT EDWARD SUTLIFF (707). 
Son of 699; married Jennie Purcell, September 1, 1886, Garfield, 
Newaygo county, Mich.; born August 22, 1860, Leads county, Can- 
ada. Live Tomahawk, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

725 WARREN DANA, b. June 14, 1887, Bridgton, Newaygo 
county, Mich. 

726 GLADYS JENNY, b. Jan. 9, 1895, Tomahawk, Wis. 

FLORA EMMA SUTLIFF (70S). 
Daughter of 699; married Charles F. Keefe, February 14, 1881, 



72 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

Newaygo, Mich.; born Solon, Me., July 11, 1856, and died July 13, 

1906, Alomogordo, N. Mex. Lives Elkhart, Ind. 

CHILDREN. 

727 ETHEL M., b. Nov. 28, 1881; m. I. H. Church, June 19. 
1907. 

728 CALVIN GARDNER, b. Oct. 23, 1887. Milwaukee, Wis. 

729 JESSIE HELEN, b. Oct. 28, 1893, Wabash, Ind. 

730 PAUL DEWEY, b. Feb. 1, 1896, Elkhart, Ind. 

SOLON DWIGHT SUTLIFF (709). 
Son of 699; married Nettie Wheelan, August 15. 1S99, Grand 
Rapids, Wis.; born September 22, 1874, Grand Rapids, Wis. Live 
Rhinelander, Wis. Lumber and coal merchant. 
CHILDREN. 

731 WHEELAN DWIGHT, b. June 20. 1900, Woodboro, Wis. 

732 ROBERT CALVIN, b. May 8, 1902, Woodboro, Wis. 

FRANK ALLISON SUTLIFF (711). 
Son of 699; married Clara M. Schramm, Jan. 12, 1892, Ontona- 
gon, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

733 RALPH FRANCIS, b. May 2, 1893, Ontonagon, Mich. 

734 EVELYN CLARA, b. March 30, 1895, Ontonagon, Mich. 

735 LLOYD ANDREW, b. Oct. 30, 1898, Menominee, Mich. 

736 HOWARD EUGENE, b. July 19, 1901, Menominee, Mich. 

737 GRACE ISABEL, b. Jan. 10, 1904, Menominee, Mich. 

LOTTIE GRACE SUTLIFF (712). 

Daughter of 699; married James E. Hayden, June 5, 1889, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. Live Elkhart, Ind. 

CHILD. 738 MELVIN GLENN, b. April 2 8, 1890, Bridgton, 
Mich. 

MILAN RAY SUTLIFF (715). 

Son of 699; married Jennie M. Barnes, June 24, 1902, Rhine- 
lander, Wis.; born May 3, 1876, Omro, Wis. Live Rhinelander, Wis. 
Real estate dealer. 
CHILDREN. 

739 PAUL BARNES, b. Sept. 18, 1904, Rhinelander, Wis. 

740 GRACE ANNA, b. July 11, 1906, Rhinelander, Wis. 

FIDELIA SUTLIFF (700). 
Daughter of 694; married Egbert D. Coon, August 17, 1854, 
Northville, Mich.; died August 13, 1907, Elkhart, Ind. He died 
February 11, 1860, Hersey, Mich. Both buried Greenville, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

741 X CHARLES EGBERT, b. Feb. 4, 1856, Greenville, Ind. 
742xWILLARD JUDSON, b. Sept 18. 1863, Greenville, Ind. 
743 X CARRIE ELECTA, b. Oct. 13, 1869, Hersey, Mich. 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 73 

CHARLES EGBERT COON (741). 

Son of 700; married Hattie Carlton, , 1874, Des Moines, la. 

He died April — , IS 9 6, Seattle, Wash. 

CHILD. 74 4 EGBERT CARLTON, b. Feb. — , IS 75, Greenville, 
Mich. 

WILLARD JUDSON COON (742). 

Son of 700; married, first, Mary J. McKay, , 18S5, Harrison, 

Mich.; second, (Mrs.) Frances Nicoll, fall of 1S95, Honolulu, H. I. 
CHILD. 745 BERTHA MAY, b. July — , IS 86, Clare, Mich. 

CARRIE ELECTA COON (743). 
Daughter of 700; married, first, Andrew J. Allenbaugh, Decem- 
ber 25, 1889, Mount Pleasant, Mich.; died November 23. 1897;, 
second, James C. Wallace, May 4, 1899, South Bend, Ind. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

746 ZELMA C, b. May 10, 1891, Mount Pleasant, Mich. 

747 CARL JUDSON, b. July 3, 1893, Mount Pleasant, Mich. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND HUSBAND. 

748 RALPH JAMES, b. Jan. 2, 1901; d. March 20, 1904. 

749 LOIS MINERVA, b. May 7, 1903, Elkhart, Ind. 

CHARLES BLISS SUTLIFF (701). 
Son of 694; married Dorliska Beach, February 1. 1855, Clinton- 
county, Mich; born October 14, 1835, North Adams, Mass. She lives 
Farmington, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

750 X WILLIAM HENRY, b. May 6, 1S58. near St. John, Mich. 

751 LOVICA DELPHENI, b. March 19, 1856; m. J. Manchester; 
n. i. 

752 X STELLA ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 28, 1860, near St. John, 
Mich. 

753 X CHARLES LUTHER, b. Sept. 10, 1862, near St. John, Mich. 

754 X SHERMAN DeLOSS, b. April 26, 1864, near St. John, Mich. 

755 X BYRON PEARLY, b. April 6, 1868, near St. John, Mich. 

756 xLULA MAY, b. March 9, 1872, San Joaquin county, Calif. 

WILLIAM HENRY SUTLIFF (750). 
Son of 701; married Katherine J. Ashburn, December 4, 1880, 
San Joaquin county, Calif.; born September 10, 1867, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Lived Merced, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

757 RALPH ASHBURN, b. Sept. 9, 1881, San Joaquin county. 
Calif. 

758 X ETHEL JANE, b. Aug. 30, 1883, San Joaquin county, Calif. 

759 CLARENCE LUTHER, b. May 18, 1886, Merced, Calif. 

760 MARION WILLIAM, b. Nov. 16, 1891, San Joaquin coun- 
ty, Calif. 



74 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

ETHEL JANE SUTLIFF (758). 

Daughter of 750; married C. A. "Wheeler, January 15, 1905, 
Merced, Calif. 

CHILD. 761 ETHEL J. SUTLIFF, b. April 3, 1906, Merced, 
Calif. 

STELLA ELIZABETH SUTLIFF (752). 

Daughter of 701; married Charles W. Thompson, December 18, 
1889, San Joaquin county, Calif.; bom February 29, 1860. Live 
Ceres, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

762 LEONARD ELMER, b. May 8, 1891. 

763 BURTIS SUTLIFF, b. Feb. 17, 1894. 

764 CECIL EARL, b. May 4, 1896. 

765 LOLA M., b. June 9, 1900. 

CHARLES LUTHER SUTLIFF (753). 
Son of 701; married Carrie Weaver, September 19, 1888, Living- 
ston, Merced county, Calif.; born February 11, 1870, Pennsylvania. 
Live Escalon, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

766 EDNA MAY, b. May 16, 1892. 

767 ELNA RUTH, b. June 18, 1900. 

SHERMAN DeLOSS SUTLIFF (754). 
Son of 701; married May FitzSimmons, November 29, 1891, San 
Joaquin county, Calif.; bom May 21, 1872, Wisconsin. Live lone, 
Amador county, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

768 EVA MYRTLE, b. Oct. 17, 1892. 

769 HESTER PEARL, b. Dec. 10, 1894. 

770 INA GERTRUDE, b. April 7, 1901. 

771 RUTH AGNES, b. March 16, 1905. 

772 FLORENCE, b. Dec. 11, 1907. 

BYRON PEARLY SUTLIFF (755). 
Son of 701; married Lottie Wilson, September 21, 1892, Stock- 
ton, San Joaquin county, Calif. She v.'as born March 17, 1874, 
Ohio. Live Oakdale, Stanislaus county, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

773 HAZEL ALICE, b. April 23, 1895. 

774 CHARLES LEWIS, b. April 12, 1904. 

LULU MAY SUTIFF (756). 
Daughter of 701; married Henry E. Weaver, October 19, 1892, 
San Joaquin county, Calif.; born March 5, 1872. Live Farmington, 
Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

775 OLAND LESTER, b. July 30, 1893. 

776 STELLA MYRTLE, b. June 4, 1897. 



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SALMON JOHNSON SUTLIFF (702). 
Son of 694; married, first, Sarah Castnor, January — , 1859; 
died December 22, 1878, Stockton, Calif.; second, Lucella Way, 
November 12, 1891. He died April 27, 1893; buried Shepherd, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

777 ALVA, b. , 1869, Ovid, Clinton county, Mich. 

778 FRANCIS, b. ; d. Sept. 25, 1864, in infancy. 

LUCY M. SUTLIFF (703). 

Daughter of 694; married David Loomis, , 1862, Victory, 

Clinton county, Mich.; died July 14, 1908. Served in Civil War. 

She lives Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

779 LIZZIE F., b. June 5, 1867. 
779a EMILY, b. Dec. 18, 1868. 
779b MILLIE, b. Nov. 18, 1868. 
779c NETTIE F., b. June 26, 1872. 
779d SARAH D., b. Oct. 8, 1877. 
779e ESTELLA, b. Feb. 2, 1882. 

7 7 9f BERTHA HAZEL, b. Oct 13, 1885. 

EMILY SUTLIFF (697). 

Daughter of 60; married Lawrence Van Alstyne, , 1822, New 

York State. She died April 3, 1869, Williamson, Ingham county, 

Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

780 X LINUS, b. April 19. 1823, New York State; d. Nov. 2, 1893, 

Vickeryville, Mich.; m. . Had Mary Elvira, b. , 184 7; 

William, C. E., Edwin, Lizzie and George. 

781 PETER, b. April 2, 1826; d. Nov. 21, 1853; n. i. 

782 LAWRENCE, b. Oct. 22. 1827; d. Feb. 7, 1848; unm. 

783 WILLIAM, b. Sept. 24, 1833, New York State; n. i. 

784 CATHERINE, b. April 7, 1835; d. June 2, 1855; unm. 

785 X MARY. b. Sept. 21, 1839, Nev/ York State. 

786 X EMILY, b. May 18, 1848, Farmington, Oakland county, 
Mich. 

MARY VAN ALSTYNE (785). 
Daughter of 697; married William Henry Thurston, January 1, 
1856, Farmington, Mich. He died Los Angeles, Calif., Sept«Hber 
1, 1902. 
CHILDREN. 

787 X CLARA M., b. Nov. 13, 1858. Farmington, Mich. 

788 CHARLES, b. Oct. S, 1860; d. April 1, 1862, Farmington. 
Mich. 

789 HARRY L.. b. Dec. 16, 1862; d. May 16, 1873, Farmington, 
Mich. 

CLARA M. THURSTON (787). 
Daughter of 785: married Frank A. Joslin. July 31, 18 99; n. i. 



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EMILY VAN ALSTYNE (786). 
Daughter of 697; married John H. Cook, March 7, 1865, Farm- 
ington, Oakland county, Mich.; born July 31, 1840, Farmington, and 
died March 18, 1897. She lives Hemet, Calif. 
' CHILDREN. 

790 X HARRIET EMILY, b. July 31, 1866. Williamston, Ingham 
county, Mich. 

791 X GEORGE LAWRENCE, b. Oct. 13, 1867, Williamston, Ing- 
ham county, Mich. 

792 CORA LARENA, b. Nov. 17, 1869, Williamston, Ingham 
county, Mich. 

HARRIET EMILY COOK (790). 

"Daughter of 78 6; married Rev. George E. Foster, December 17, 
1884, Orange, Orange county, Calif. She died May 14, 1886, Or- 
ange, Calif. He married, second, her sister Cora, April 13, 1887. 
She died April 19, 1891; n. i. 

CHILD. 793 HATTIE E., b. May 3, 1886; m. James Sproule, 
Jan. 22, 1909, Los Angeles, Calif. 

GEORGE L. COOK (791). 
Son of 786; married Minnie B. Oakley, May 22, 1894, Santa Marie, 
Calif., where they live. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

794 LAWRENCE OAKLEY, b. Aug. 18, 1895, Santa Marie, Calif. 

795 CALVIN H., b. Aug. — , 1905, Santa Marie, Calif. 

796 DONALD, b. Oct. 29, 1907, Santa Marie, Calif. 

THOMAS EDWARD SUTLIFF (64). 

Son of 53; married Sarah Bowe, born , 1773, and died Octo- 
ber 8, 1850. He died June S, 1851. 
CHILDREN. 

797xSETH, b. , Connecticut. 

798 X SAMUEL, b. June 1, 1799, Johnstown, N. Y. 

799 x SARAH, b. Feb. 18, 1817, Johnstown, N. Y. 

800 X SOLOMON, b. . 

801 STEPHEN, b. , 1813, Gloversville, N. Y.; m. Phoebe 

•Smith. 

802 EDWARD, b. . 



803 SYLVANUS, b. . 

Two girls. 

SETH SUTLIFF (797). 

Son of 64; married Alvina Sackett, b , Connecticut. 

•CHILDREN. 

804 X DANIEL E., b. , 1829, Gloversville, N. Y. 

805 MALINDA. b. ; m. Cadman. 

805a MARY, b. ; m. H. Steile. Had Stephen. 

80 6 STEPHEN, b. . 

806a WILLIAM, b. . 

-806b SARAH, b. ; m. Sargent. Had Clare; n. i. 



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DANIEL E. SUTLIFF (804). 

Son of 797; married Phebe A. Lake, who died , 1891. He 

died , 1903, Brooklyn. 

CHILDREN. 

807 JOHN M., b. , 1853; d. 5 mo. old. 

808 X CHARLES A., b. Oct. 7, 1S56, Gloversville, N. Y. 

809 X JAMES H., b. July 4, 1S58, Gloversville, N. Y. 

810 ALURA, b. , 1S6S; d. Feb. 8. 1871. 

811 -FRANKLIN E., b. April 27, 1869; m. Emma Lorentz; d. 
June 27, 190S. 

812 WALTER L., b. Jan. 9, 18S5; d. July 12, 1904. 

CHARLES A. SUTLIFF (808). 
Son of 804; married Julia F. Van Slyke, October 1, 1874, North- 
ville, N. Y. She was born August 9, 1857, Troy, N. Y. He died 
June 21, 1899. 
CHILDREN. 

813 X DANIEL E., b. May 17, 1876, Gloversville, N. Y. 

814 xMAY A., b. July 2, 1S7S, Johnstown, N. Y. 

815 EMMA F., b. Feb. 7, 1886, Gloversville. N. Y. 

816 X FRANCES L., b. Oct. 30, 1888; m. Wm. A. Raw. Had 
Robert. 

DANIEL E. SUTLIFF, Jr. (813). 

Son of 808; married Anna B. Leach, Dec. 29, 1896, Brookalbin, 
N. Y., b. April 1, 1874. 
CHILDREN. 

816a CHARLES A., b. July 27, 1897, Johnstown, N. Y. 

816b EUGENE L., b. April 30, 1909, Gloversville, N. Y. 

MAY A. SUTLIFF (814). 
Daughter of 808; married Otto C. Wendt, March 17, 1896, Brook- 
albin, N. Y. He was born January 24, 1874, Gloversville, N. Y. 
CHILD. 816c JULIA F., b. Dec. 22, 1897, Gloversville, N. Y. 

JAMES H. SUTLIFF (809). 

Son of 804; married Fannie L. Swarts, October 25, 1877, Brookal- 
bin, N. Y. She was born April 14, 1860, Gloversville, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

816d PHEBE A., b. Feb. 13, 1879; m. Carl A. Johnson, , 

1905. 

816e CHARLES E., b. March 17, 1882; m. M. E. Lanfair, , 

1898; n. i. 

816fxGUY S., b. May 19. 1886, Gloversville, N. Y. 

816g WILLIAM H., b. Nov. 23, 1900, Gloversville, N. Y. 

GUY S. SUTLIFF (816f). 

Son of 809; married Cora B. Mapes, , 1906, Gloversville, N. 

Y. She v/as born March 29, 1SS8, Fultonville, N. Y. 



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CHILD. 816h FRANCIS E., b. Aug. 10, 1909, Gloversville, N. Y. 

SAMUEL SUTLIFF. Sr. (798). 

Son of 64; married, first, Sylvia Mosher, born . 1805, and 

died April 18, 1864; second, Catherine Johnson; n. i. He died 1885, 

Johnstown, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

817 X SAMUEL, Jr., b. May 23. 1821, Johnstown, N. Y. 

818 HELEN M., b. ; d. in infancy. 

819 X JAMES, b. Nov. 25, 1825, Johnstown, N. Y. 

820 xMARY CAROLINE, b. Nov. 5, 1830. JohnstowTi, N. Y. 

821 SHERMAN S., b. ; d. in infancy. 

822 X WESSON MOSHER, b. March 29, 1533, Johnstown, N. Y. 

823 X SARAH A., b. , 1S36; m. Alex Smith. Had Sherman, 

Caroline, Wesson, Nathaniel, Sylvester and jgf ank. 

824 X STEPHEN S., b. , 1838, Johnstown, N. Y. 

825 X JOHN H., b. Jan. 15, 1841, Johnstown, N. Y. 

826 X JANE S., b. , 1843; d. Sept. 22, 1869. 

827 CATHARINE, b. . 1844; d. 13 m. old. 

SAMUEL SUTLIFF, Jr. (817). 
Son of 798; married (Mrs.) Catharine Mead, July 3, 1852, born 
June 11, 1816. and died November 24, 1877. He died October 24. 
1898. 
CHILDREN. 

828 X HANNAH, b. July 8, 1S53, Johnstown, N. Y. 
829xSHERMAN, b. Feb. 8, 1S55, Johnstown, N. Y. 

830 X WILLIAM, b. Feb. 14, 1S57, Johnstown, N. Y. 

831 LEWIS, b. Sept. 1, 1S5S, Johnstov/n, N. Y. 

HANNAH SUTLIFF (828). 
Daughter of 817; married L. H. Oathout. He died October 20. 
1876. 
CHILDREN. 

832 ARTHUR M., b. March S, 1878; m. E. Van Slyke, May 25, 
1898. 

833 SAMUEL E., b. Feb. 13. 1886, Gloversville, N. Y. 

834 ETHEL M., b. Aug. 29, 1S89. Gloversville, N. Y. 

SHERMAN SUTLIFF (829). 
Son of 817; married Catharine M. '.Verge, March 22, 1880. 
CHILDREN. 

835 X LLEWELLA, b. Jan. 7, 1S81; m. Herman Dillenbeck, Oct. 
15, 1S02. Had Catharine, b. June 20. 1905. 

836 IRENA, b. Feb. 4, 1SS9; d. Feb. 7, 1SS9. 

837 GEORGE L.. b. April 1, 1890, Gloversville, N. Y. 

838 HAROLD, b. Aug. 26, 1892, Gloversville, N. Y. 

839 ION A M.. b. Aug. 13. 1897, Gloversville, N. Y. 



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WILLIAM SUTLIFF (S30). 
Son of 817; married Hannah J. Butler, October 3, 1878. 
CHILD. 840 CHARLES M., b. Oct. 7. 1879; m. Hattie Miller, 
Nov. — , 1904. Had Elizabeth, b. March 15, 1906. 

JAMES SUTLIFF (819). 
Son of 798; married Jeanette McCoU. 
CHILDREN. 

841 JANE McCOLL, b. Dec. 8, 1850; d. Nov. 15, 1905; n. i. 

842 X HUGH McCOLL, b. Oct. 6, 1853, Johnstown, N. Y. 

843 X JAMES ALEXANDER, b. Oct. 15, 1S55, Johnstown, N. Y. 

HUGH McCOLL SUTLIFF (842). 
Son of 819; married Almira Fancher, December 12, 1877, Johns- 
town, N, Y. 
CHILDREN. 

844 X ALBERT FANCHER, b. Sept. 22, 187S, Johastown, N. Y. 

845 HARRIET JEANETTE, b. March 24, 1880; d. Sept. 4, 1880. 

846 ISABELLA McCOLL, b. March 21, 1890, Johnstown, N. Y. 

ALBERT FANCHER SUTLIFF (844). 
Son of 842; married Mamie Deveney, August 10, 1904. 
CHILD 847 MEDELINE C, b. April 11, 1907, Johnstown, N. Y. 

JAMES A. SUTLIFF (843). 

Son of 819; married Jennie A. Reed. January 4, 1894, St. Paul, 
Minn.; born, Chili, Monroe county, N. Y., April 2 6, 1861. Livie 
Johnstown, N. Y. Grocer. 
CHILDREN. 

84 8 EDWARDS JAMES, b. Nov. 1, 1894, Johnstown, N. Y. 

849 HELEN JEANETTE, b. May 25, 1897, Johnstown, N. Y. 

MARY CAROLINE SUTLIFF (820). 
Daughter of 798; married Nathaniel N. Smith. June 26, 1850, 
Johnstown, N. Y., born May 3, 1825, Epharata, N. Y., and died April 
9, 1892, Gloversville, X. Y. She died May 5, 1909, Gloversville, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

850 HELEN, b. Sept. 7, 1851, Gloversville, N. Y. 

851 X ALICE, b. May 27, 1853, Gloversville, N. Y. 

852 EMMA, b. April 21, 1855, Gloversville, N. Y. 

853 CARRIE, b. July G, 1858, Gloversville, N. Y. 

854 EUGENE D., b. Oct. 14, 1860; m. A. Combes, Oct. 12, 1891. 

855 EDWARD S., b. May 31, 1868; m. Bertha Jennison, Sept. 10, 
1902. 

ALICE SMITH (851). 
Daughter of 820: married C. E. Frank, December 12, 1872, Glov- 
ersville, N. Y.. born August 7, 1852, Utica, N. Y. and died December 
15, 190S. Lives Gloversville, N. Y. 



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CHILD. 856 HARRY, b. Sept. 11, 1873; m. Ida Knoblanche, 
New Canaan, Conn., Oct. 3, 1908. Live Gloversville, N. Y. 

WESSON MOSHER SUTLIFF (822). 
Son of 798; married, first, Catharine Mead, July 10, 1856, born 
June 11, 1838, and died April 22, 1S69; second, Stella A. Crabbe, 
December 9, 1873, born March 27, 1850. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

857 CATHARINE, b. May 14, 1857; m. D. W. Chamberlain. 
Had Everett J., Kenneth and William H. 

858 JOHN W., b. Aug. 2, 1858; d. July 27, 1886; n. i. 

859 CHARLES H., b. May 14, 1860; d. May 30, 1881; unm. 

860 X GEORGE W., b. Aug. 14, 1S61, Johnstown, N. Y. 

861 FRANCIS B., b. Nov. S, 18 64; m. . Had Lorah. 

862 IDA MAY, b. March S, 1866; d. March 17, 1892; unm. 

863 HELENA, b. June 14, 1868. Johnstown, N. Y. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

864 X CLARENCE E., b. March 1, 1S76, Johnstown, N. Y. 

865 CARRIE A., b. Sept. 10, 1880; m. W. Willhahn, Aug. 17, 
1907. 

866 GEORGE ANN A H., b. May 27, IS 89, Johnstown, N. Y. 

867 ELIZABETH M., b. Jan. 31, 1892, Johnstown, N. Y. 

GEORGE W. SUTLIFF (860). 

Son of 822; married, first, Georgianna Haggerty, December 27, 
1882, Post Jackson, N. Y., born February 23, 1863, and died July 16, 
1887, Amsterdam, N. Y.; second, Huldah C. Smith, July 11. 1889, 
born October 10, 18 69, Minaville, N. Y. Live Amsterdam, N. Y. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

GIRL, b. Oct. 15, 1884; d. in infancy; and Jennie, b. July 16, 
■1887; d. Aug. 7, 1887. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

GIRL, b. Nov. 10, 1891, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

868 BEATRICE, b. Feb. 17, 1896; d. March 7, 1896. 

CLARENCE EUGENE SUTLIFF (864). 

Son of 822; married Edna Mae Colin, December 29, 1903, Johns- 
town, N. Y. Graduate University of Michigan. Live Detroit, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

868a DOROTHEA LUCILE, b. Oct. 19, 1904. 

868b IRMA ADELE, b. March 10, 1906. 

STEPHEN SMITH SUTLIFF (824). 

Son of 798; married Maria Mead. 
CHILDREN. 

8 69 X MARGARET, b. ; m. Fred Behlen. Had Nina, who d. in 

infancy, and Harold. 

870 X ANNA, b. ; m. Ralph Chant. Had Harold. 



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871 X SAMUEL M., b. ; m. Katharine Tracy. Had Sidney 

and Edna. 

872 X HATTIE, b. ; m. Frank Adams. Had Robert and Mar- 

jorie. 

873 X JAMES S., b. ; m. Nellie Acker. Had Tracy. 

JOHN H. SUTLIFF (825). 
Son of 798; married Margaret E. Decker, December 22, 1852, 
Gloversville, N. Y. She was born March 8, 184 6, Black River, Jef- 
ferson county, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

874 HELEN A., b. Sept. 21, 1863; d. Oct. 21, 1882; n. i. 

875 xLUCY MARIE, b. Oct. 28, 1873, Fonda, N. Y. 

876 X NELLIE, b. May 16, 1879, Johnstown, N. Y. 

LUCY MARIA SUTLIFF (875). 
Daughter of 825; married Fred H. Perry, June 12, 1895, Johns- 
town, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

877 FREDERICK H., b. Sept. 15, 1906, Johnstown, N. Y. 

878 MARGARET B., b. June 12. 1908, Johnstown, N. Y. 

NELLIE SUTLIFF (876). 
Daughter of 825; married Joseph Fonda, October 14, 1897, Johns- 
town, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

879 JOHN SUTLIFF, b. Dec. 29, 1900, Johnstown. N. Y. 

880 ELEANOR DECKER, b. Aug. 6, 1904, Johnsto\^Ti, N. Y. 

881 BURDELLA LOUISA, b. Nov. 17, 1908, Johnstown, N. Y. 

JANE S. SUTLIFF (826). 
Daughter of 798; married Martin Nolan. 
CHILDREN. 

881a THOMAS, b. . 

881b WILLIAM, b. . 

882 CATHERINE, b. , 1S66; d. April 10, 1866. 

883 MINNIE, b. , 1867; d. March 10, 1872. 

884 JENNIE, b. Sept. 10, 1869; m. Donovan. She died 

Nov. 5, 1896. 

SARAH A. SUTLIFF (799). 

Daughter of 64; married David D. Miller, December 7, 1842, 
Turin, N. Y., bom January 6, 1810, and died August 14, 1888, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. She died June 25, 1892, Syracuse, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

884c X CALVIN CLEMENT, b. Aug. 27, 1843, Turin, N. Y. 

884d DAVID BRAINARD, b. April 7, 1848, Gloversville, N. Y.; 
m. J. Nixon, May 22, 1877; n. i. 

884ex CARLOS JEROME, b. Jan. 20, 1850, Gloversville, N. Y. 

884f X SARAH ADELLA, b. Nov. 20, 1856, Johnstown, N. Y. 



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CALVIN CLEMENT MILLER (884c). 

Son of 799; married Elvira E. Fisher, June 20, 1866, Johnstown, 
N. Y. She was born January 9, 1845, Burke, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

884g KATHERINE, b. July 5. 1867, Johnstown, N. Y. 

884h GRACE ELVIRA, b. March 6, 1869, Johnstown, N. Y. 

884i CLYDE HOMER, b. March 13, 1872, Penfield, N. Y.; d. 
March 18, 1875. 

884j DAVID RALPH, b. Dec. 6, 1882, Johnstown, N. Y. 

CARLOS JEROME MILLER (884e). 

Son of 799; married Jennie E. Moger, October 11, 1877, Mt. 
Kesco, N. Y. She was born February 23, 1858. Live White 
Plains, N. Y. Physician. 
CHILDREN. 

884k X BESSIE MARGARET, b. May 29, 1879, Mt. Kesco, N. Y. 

8841 DOUGLAS LIVINGSTON, b. Nov. 11, 1899, Mt. Vernon, 
N. Y. 

BESSIE MARGARET MILLER (884k). 

Daughter of 884e; married Joseph D. Herr, October — , 1901, 
Mt. Vernon. N. Y. He was born January 6, 1877, New York City. 
CHILDREN. 

884m MALCOLM MILLER, b. Jan. 21, 1903, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

884n CATHERINE MOGER, b. Feb. 19, 1905, Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 

SARAH ADELLA MILLER (884f). 

Daughter of 799; married Warren H. Hazer, September 7, 1881, 

Johnstown, N. Y. He was born , 184 7. Sand Lake, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

884p CARLOS EDWARD, b. Aug. 31, 1888, Syracuse, N. Y. 

884r EVERETT MILLER, b. Sept. 21, 1889, Syracuse, N. Y. 

NATHANIEL SUTLIFF (55). 

Son of 19; married, first, ; second, Christiana Horton; died 

September 29, 1812, Higganum, Conn. Age 83. He died October 

15, 1819. Age 88. 

CHILDREN. 

885 SAMUEL, bapt. June — , 1757. 

886 EUNICE, bapt. June — , 1757; b. Oct. 6, 1845. 

887 X JAMES, bapt. Nov. 27, 1758. 

888 RACHEL, bapt. Sept. — . 1762. 

889 NATHANIEL, bapt. May — , 176 6. 

890 CHARLES, bapt. June — , 1768. 

JAMES SUTLIFF (887). 
Son of 55; married, first, Mehitable Clark; b. August 30, 1805, 
age 39; second, Sarah Clark, died March 6, 1834. Lived Haddam, 
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CHILDREN. 

891 X ROSWELL. b. Feb. 5. 1786. 

892 X HEZEKIAH. b. June 3, 1789. 

893 ANNA, b. ; m. Atkins of New York. 

894 JAMES, b. ; d. March 31, 1835. 

ROSWELL SUTLIFF (891). 
Son of 887; married Caroline R. Smith; died August 14, 1857. 
He died March 8, 1861. Lived Haddam, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

895 PHILANDA N, b. March 8, 1S12; m. Spencer Allen. Possi- 
ble descendants. 

896 X WILLIAM J., b. March 8, 1815; m. Lucy Allen. Had daugh- 
ter. 

897 BENJAMIN B., b. Feb. 24, 1S21; m. Jeanette Allen; n. i. 

898 X CAROLINE R., b. April 16, 1827; m. Lucas. Family 

at Sag Harbor. 

899 CORTES, b. July 25, 1S29; m. Sarah Jones. Had child, d. 
in infancy. Lives at Wallingford, Conn. 

HEZEKIAH SUTLIFF (892). 
Son of 887; marled, first, Fannie Hubbard, died August 28, 1836; 
second, Anna (Wilcox) Smith, (widow of Thomas A. Smith), who 
died February — , 1882. He died January 12, 1858. 
CHILDREN. 

900 X HENRY H., b. Jan. 12. 1814. 

901 VASHTI G., b. Oct. 9, 1S15; m. Geo. Thompson. Had 
George, Jr., who d. in infancy, also Edward, who d. 1906, England. 

902 HEZEKIAH W., b. Dec. 5, 1817; m. Mary Welch; n. i. 

903 ALMIRA S., b. Sept. 7, 1821; m. Bryant Hotchkiss; n. i. 

HENRY H. SUTLIFF (900). 
Son of 892; married Clarissa Hicock (possibly Atwater) ; died 
March 6. 1871. 
CHILDREN. 

904 AUGUSTA, b. , 1838; m. Elizur B. Carter, , 1867. 

Had boy and girl. Both d. in infancy. She d. , 1878. 

905 CHARLES, b. , 1842; unm.; still living. 

906 JENNIE A., b. , 1849; unm. 

907 AMELIA, b. ; d. in infancy. 

SAMUEL SUTLIFF (56). 
Son of 19; married Eunice Curtiss. March 21, 1755, Durham. 
Conn. She was born June 23. 1734. He served in the Revolutionary 
War during its early stages under Captain Ely, and afterward under 
Martin Kirkland. In the records his name is misspelled "Sutley," 
as has frequently happened to others of the family. He moved to 



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Hartland in 1778; died May 6, 1799, Hartland, Conn. He left con- 
siderable property, part of which, the homestead of 3 20 acres, was 
left to his sons, David and Samuel, Jr. 

Epitaph. 
"Farewell my friends. 
Dry up your tears; 
Here sleeps my dust, 
Till Christ appears." 
CHILDREN. 

90S NATHAN, bapt. June IS, 1758, Durham, Conn. Supposed 
to have left descendants near Granville, Mass.; d. Dec. 13, 1774. 
909 X DAVID, b. July 16, 1760, Durham. Conn. 

910xHANNAH, bapt. Dec. 19, 1762; m. Hinsdale Bates, , 

1838; lived Norton, Summit county, O. 

911 X SAMUEL, Jr., bapt. April 11, 1765, Durham. Conn. 

912 X EUNICE, bapt. March 22, 1767, Durham, Conn. 

913 X LEVY, bapt. May 28, 1769, Durham, Conn. 

914 X ABIA, b. ; m.. first, Ralph Coe, May 8, 1800, Hartland, 

Conn.; second, McKee; d. Johnson, Trumbull county, O. Had 

daughter who m. Hunt. They had child, Angelina, who lived 

at Xenia, O.; m. . 

915XRHODA. b. Feb. 11, 1772, Durham, Conn. 

916 X PLUMB, b. ; d. , 1S3 — , LaFayette, Ind. Had Eben 

R.; d. Johnson, O.; unm.; also daughter. 

NOTE: Eunice Curtiss (supra) was daughter to James Curtiss, 
an original proprietor of Durham, Conn. James married Hannah, 
daughter of Lieutenant Coe, of Stratford, Conn., who became cap- 
tain in 1715, and served in general assembly October, 1701. Benja- 
min Curtiss, father of James, was naval officer at Fairfield, Conn., 
1714, and representative for many years. His father, John, married 
Elizabeth Wells, sister of Governor Wells, of Connecticut, and 
served in King Philip's war, attaining the rank of lieutenant. (See 
appendix, Coe family; also Curtiss family.) 

DAVID SUTLIFF (909). 
Son of 56; married, first, Jemima Williams, September 13, 1786, 
Hartland. Conn. She was born March 29, 1765, and died October 
20, 1798. She was a direct descendant of Roger Williams, founder 
of Rhode Island. He married, second, Sylvia Case Tuller, June 26, 
1799. Hartland, Conn. She died January 11, 1842. He left Hartland 
for Genoa, N. Y., 1792; returned to Hartland, Conn., 1794, to help 
his father; thence to Hartford, Conn., after his father's death; thence 
in 1802 to Milton, N. Y., and immediately afterward, Genoa, N. Y.; 
thence Dryden, Fox Corners, N. Y., in 1806, where most of his chil- 
dren by his second wife were reared. Lastly he went to Vernon, 
Trumbull county. O., where he died May — , 1843. Served in the 
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from Hartland, Conn. As such soldier he received a tract of land 
near Genoa, which descended to his son Henry and from the latter 
to the grandson Rufus. Unfortunately there is no public record 
attainable showing his services as such' soldier, Hartland being one 
of the tov,Tis which kept no record of its Revolutionary soldiers. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

917 X ORPHA, b. Sept. 25, 1787, bapt. Nov. 4, 1787. 

918 X NATHAN, b. Jan. 13, 1789; bapt. Jan. 15, 1789. 

919 ALICE, b. Sept. 9, 1790, bapt. Oct. 24, 1790; unm. 

920 X JEMIMA, b. April 25, 1792, Hartland, Conn. 

921 X DAVID, b. July 16, 1793, Genoa, N. Y. 

922 xBUELAH MARIA, b. Aug. 7, 1795, bapt. Oct. 4, 1795, Hart- 
land. 

923 xLUCINA, b. Feb. 21, 1797, Hartland, Conn. 

924 x LOLA, b. Oct. 1, 1798, Hartland, Conn. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

925 xMARILLA, b. July 7, 1800. Hartford, Conn. 
926xPARINTHA, b. Jan. 25, 1802, Hartford, Conn. 

927 X URIAH CASE, b. Sept. 29, 1803, Milton, Ulster county, N. Y. 

928 X WATSON L., b. July 2, 1805, Genoa, N. Y. 

929 X SAMUEL CURTISS, b. March 5, ISII, Dryden, N. Y. 

930 SUSAN, b. , 1809; d. Sept. 18, 1836; unm. 

931 X HENRY P., b. Aug. 26, 1813, Dryden, N. Y. 

932 CURTISS, b. ; d. in Infancy. 

ORPHA SUTLIFF (917). 
Daughter of 909; married Joseph Shaw, April 26, 1809, Genoa, 
N. Y. He came from Little Compton, R. I., a descendant of John 
and Priscilla Alden. The first Joseph Shaw married a daughter of 
John and Priscilla Alden, of Plymouth, Mass. 
CHILDREN. 

933 X DAVID, b. Feb. 6, 1810, Genoa, N. Y. 

934 JOSEPH E., b. Jan. 7, 1812; d. , 1879; unm. 

935 LYDIA B., b. June 19, 1814, Genoa, N. Y. 

936 X EDMUND, b. April 8, 1817, Genoa, N. Y. 

937 xMARY, b. Nov. 9, Nov. 9. 1821, Genoa, N. Y. 

938 xLaFAYETTE, b. Oct. 8, 1824, Genoa, N. Y. 

DAVID SHAW (933). 
Son of 917; married, first, Phebe A. Underwood, Genoa, N. Y. He 
died Eagle Harbor, Orleans county, N. Y., April 23, 1891; sec- 
ond, . 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

939 X ORPHA, b. , 1833. 

940 X JOSEPH W., b. June 2, 1S38, Cayuga county, N. Y. 

941 xMARY L., b. July 31, 1840. 

942 EDMUND, b. , 1842. 



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CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

944 X GEORGE, b. , Eagle Harbor, N. Y. Had Flossie. 

94 5 CHARLES, b. . Eagle Harbor, N. Y. 

946 X MILLIE, b. , Eagle Harbor, N. Y.; m. Fred Cleaver. 

Had Augusta, Edith and Freda; Augusta m. J. Sinclair. 

947 X EMMA, b. ; m. Barrows. Had five children. 

948 KATE, b. ; m. Kimball. 

ORPHA SHAW (939). 
Daughter of 933; married Stephen Brown, at Genoa, N. Y. She 

died , 1863. 

CHILDREN. 

949 X FREDERICK, b. Nov. 6, 1857. 
94 9a LILLIAN, b. . 

FREDERICK BROWN (949). 

Son of 939; married Lyda King, of Kings Ferry, N. Y., September 
15, 1880. He died August 4, 1905. She lives Kings Ferry, N. Y. 

CHILD. 950 MILDRED, b. Sept. 9, 189 8, Boston, Mass.; d. 
, 1905. 

LILLIAN BROWN (949a). 
Daughter of 939; married Douglass Tandy of Minneapolis, Minn. 
She died March 10, 1907, Ledyard, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

952 LILLIAN, b. April — , 1886, Prescott, Wis. 

953 DOUGLAS, b. Oct. 18, 1893, Red Wing, Minn. 

954 MARIAN, b. Oct. 18, 1893, Red Wing, Minn. 

JOSEPH W. SHAW (940). 
Son of 933; married Augusta Wood, who died August 11, 1890. 
CHILDREN. 

955 BERTRAND, b. Dec. 12, 1872. 

956 CARRIE, b. Feb. 7, 1869; d. five weeks later. 

MARY L. SHAW (941). 
Daughter of 933; married Coral Smith, June 30, 1864. Live Wa- 
terloo, Wis. 
CHILDREN. 

957 xCORA AUGUSTA, b. April 17, 1869, Ledyard, N. Y. 

958 LUTIE ADELL, b. Nov. 14, 1S71; m. W. E. Campbell, , 

1906. 

CORA AUGUSTA SMITH (957). 
Daughter of 941; married Edmund Ghastan, Jan. 28, 1891, Wa- 
terloo, Wis. 

CHILD. 959 EDRIS ADELL, b. Nov. 18, 1904. 



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EDMUND SHAW (936). 
Son of 917; married Amanda Pew, Freeville, N. Y.; enlisted in 
Civil War, fought at Antietam, Battle of Wilderness and others. Died 
January 31, 1894. Genoa, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

960 X JENNIE, b. April 19, 1846, Genoa, N. Y. 

961 X JOHN, b. Feb. 12, 1850, Genoa, N. Y. 

962 X WILBUR, b. Jan. 15, 1855, Genoa, N. Y. 

JENNIE SHAW (960). 
Daughter of 936; married Joseph Holland, Dec. 30, 1868. She 
died January 19, 1906. 

CHILD. 963 X ROY, b. Feb. 16, 187 7, Venice, N. Y. 

ROY HOLLAND (963). 
Son of 960; married Olive Langdon, September 26, 1900, Venice, 
N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

964 MURIEL, b. Jan. 12, 1902, Ledyard, N. Y. 

965 MILDRED, b. Jan. 7, 1903, Ledyard, N. Y. • 

966 RUTH, b. Dec. 30, 1908, Ledyard, N. Y. 

JOHN SHAW (961). 
Son of 936; married, first, Minnie Mead, December 12, 1877, Con- 
necticut; second, Lutie Parr, June 28, 1893, Genoa, N. Y. 
CHILD BY FIRST WIFE. 

967 X CHARLES, b. Jan. 31, 1879, Genoa, N. Y. 
CHILD BY SECOND WIFE. 

968 FREDERICK, b. Nov. 14, 1896, Genoa, N. Y. 

CHARLES SHAW (967). 
Son of 961; married Mabel Bradley, September 19, 1903 
CHILDREN. 

969 WALTER, b. July 8, 1904, Genoa, N. Y. 

970 CLARENCE D., b. Feb. 4, 1906, Genoa, N. Y. 

971 MINNIE M., b. March 24, 1908, Genoa, N. Y. 

WILBUR SHAW (962). 
Son of 93 6; married Ada Stephenson, October 31 1877 Genoa 
N. Y. ' ' 

CHILDREN. 

972 X JAY, b. May 7, 1878, Genoa, N. Y. 

973 X MARY, b. Oct. 11, 1879, Genoa, N. Y.; unm. 

JAY SHAW (972). 
Son of 962; married Alice Goldberg, January 18, 1900, Sodus 
N. Y. 

CHILD. 974 WILLIAM WILBUR, b. Sept. 8, 1903. 



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MARY SHAW (973). 
Daughter of 962; married Solomon K. Bradt, October 19, 1848, 
born January 25, 1821; died January 10, 1909, Ledyard, N. Y., 
where she lives. 
CHILDREN. 

975 X HENRY S., b. Aug. 28, 1849, Genoa, N. Y. 

976 X AUGUSTA, b. Feb. 7, 1851. Genoa, N. Y. 

977 JAY E.. b. July 1, 1853, Genoa, N. Y. 

HENRY S. BRADT (975). 
Son of 973; married Ida Shaw, October 20, 1875, Groton, N. Y, 
Live there. 
CHILDREN. 

978 WALTER, b. Jan. 26, 1877; m. Cora Morton; n. i. 

979 CHARLES, b. Dec. 4, 1878; m. Erma Streeter. Had John, 
who m. , and had son, Robert. 

980 HERMAN, b. Dec. 4, 1880, Saginaw, Mich. 

981 MARY, b. Sept. 26, 1882; m. Fred Darling; n. i. 

982 IDA, b. Sept. 6, 1885; m. Claud Culver. Had one son. 

983 SARAH, b. Dec. 3, 1886, Geona, N. Y.; unm. 

984 ABBIE, b. Jan. 4, 1889, Genoa, N. Y. 

AUGUSTA BRADT (976). 

Daughter of 973; married Frank Main. March 14, 1877. Live 
Ledyard, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

985 X MARY, b. May 12, 1879, Genoa, N. Y. 

986 X ETHEL, b. July 30, 1881, Ledyard, N. Y. 

987 ABBIE AUGUSTA, b. Jan. 30, 1S92, Ledyard, N. Y. 

MARY MAIN (985). 

Daughter of 976; married John Misner, January 4, 1899, Moravia, 
N. Y. Live Venice, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

988 CARRIE, b. May 20, 1901. 

989 HOWARD, b. Nov. — , 1902. 

990 FRANK, b. March 30, 1904. 

991 HAROLD, b. July 3, 1908. 

ETHEL MAIN (986). 
Daughter of 976; married Richard Thorpe, March 14, 1907. 
CHILD. 992 RICHARD LYLE, b. May 25, 1909, Fleming, N. Y. 

LaFAYETTE F. SHAW (938). 
Son of 917; married Elizabeth Smith, April 17, 1858, Parma, 
Mich. He died June 10, 1897. 



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CHILDREN. 

993 X HARRIETT, b. August 24, 1860, Genoa, N. Y. 

994 HOWARD, b. January 15, 1869, Genoa, N. Y., unm. 

HARRIETT SHAW (993). 
Daughter of 938; married George Ferris, Dec. 24, 1878. Live 
Five Corners, N. Y. 

CHILD. 995 HARRY B., Feb. 13, 1888. 

NATHAN SUTLIFF (918). 
Son of 909; married Loretta Lawrence; moved with his parents 
to Vernon, Trumbull county, O., afterward to Bronson, Huron county, 
O., where he died September 27, 1864. Served in War of 1812. 
Farmer. - 
CHILDREN. 

996 ALICE, b. Feb. 12, 1819; d. Feb. 12, 1819. 

997 SAMUEL, b. Dec. 28, 1821; d. Aug. 28, 1906; unm. 

998 MARY, b. Dec. 16, 1823; d. Dec. 15, 1896; unm. 

999 X DAVID, b. June 21, 1825, Bronson, O. 

1000 X JOHN, b. Aug. 11, 1827, Bronson, O. 

1001 X NATHAN, b. Aug. 3, 1829, Bronson, O. 

1002 LORETTA, b. Aug. 3, 1829, Bronson, O.; unm. 
1002axGEORGE, b. March 13, 1832, Bronson, O. 

DAVID SUTLIFF (999). 
Son of 918; married Lorana Fancher, November 27, 1848, Green- 
wich, O.; he was born on the Ridge Road, Bronson, O.; buried 
Greenwich, O. Contractor. He died February 16, 1907. She died 
June 10, 1897. 
CHILDREN. 

1003 X ALVIN, b. May 17, 1850, Greenwich, O. 

1004 LEWIS DAVID, b. March 21, 1852; d. July 12, 1857. 

1005 ANNA, b. Nov. 7, 1862; married Charles Honecker; n. i. 

JOHN SUTLIFF (1000). 
Son of 918; married Lucy Mead, January 11, 1850, North Fair- 
field, O.; died March 11, 1885. She died February 16, 1907. 
Farmer, Bronson, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1006 FRANK E., b. Oct. 13, 1851; d. July 17, 1854. 
1007xDELLA, b. Feb. 6, 1858, Bronson, O. 

1008 X EMMA, b. Aug. 29, 1865, North Fairfield, O. 

NATHAN SUTLIFF (1001). 
Son of 918; married Sarah Morrison, October 26, 1858; bom 
Olena, O., October 15, 1833, and died February 9, 1894. He died 
March 11, 1885. Farmer. 



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CHILDREN. 

1009 MARTHA J., b. Oct. 28, 1867; d. Sept. 28, 1905; n. i. 

1010 ALICE, b. Sept. 10, 1859; d. Oct. 19, 1875; n. i. 

GEORGE SUTLIFF (1002a). 
Son of 918; married Emily Fancher, February 1, 1855; died March 
6, 1901. Farmer, Bronsoo, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1011 X ELLA L., b. Feb. 28, 1860, Bronson, O. 

1012 X OBERT F., b. June 27, 1867, Bronson, O. 

1013 X GERTIE L., b. March 9, 1873, Bronson, O. 

ALVIN SUTLIFF (1003). 
Son of 999; married Alice M. Hawkins. Greenwich, O. Farmer, 
CHILDREN. 

1014 X RAYMOND, b. July 14, 1872, Greenwich, O. 

1015 KARL, b. Feb. 23, 1875; m. Nellie Reinouard, Aug. 31, 
1907. 

1016 X BERTHA, b. Feb. 14, 1876, Greenwich, O. 

1017 LOIS, b. Sept. 1, 1887, Greenwich, O. 

1018 FLORA, b. Feb. 9, 1890, Greenwich, O. 

DELLA SUTLIFF (1007). 

Daughter of 1000; married Elamson Yarnell, August 17, 1879, 
North Fairfield, O. He was born Fountain City, Ind. School teacher. 

CHILD. 1019 GRACE, b. Oct 2, 1880; m. Ralph West, Oct. 4, 
1905. 

EMMA SUTLIFF (1008). 
Daughter of 1000; married Lester Wright, January 19, 1889, Fair- 
field, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1020 VERA LOIS, b. Oct. 24, 1891, North Fairfield. O. 

1021 ALICE FERN, b. March 2, 1894, Fairfield, O. 

1022 FRANK SUTLIFF, b. Feb. 28, 1906, Fairfield, O. 

RAYMOND SUTLIFF (1014). 
Son of 1003; married May Culler, May 16, 1896. Lives Elyria, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1023 LOUIS DAVID, b. May 10, 1897, Greenwich, O. 

1024 ANNA MAY. b. Dec. 16, 1899, Greenwich, O. 

1025 ESTHER GRACE, b. April 21, 1902, Greenwich, O. 

1026 THEODORE ALVIN, b. July 23, 1904, Greenwich, O. 

BERTHA SUTLIFF (1016). 
Daughter of 1003; married Howard Washburn, September 9, 1905, 
Greenwich, O. 

CHILD. 1027 WALTER JAY. b. Sept. 18, 1906, Greenwich, O. 



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OBERT FANCHER SUTLIFF (1012). 
Son of 1002a; married Clara Bartow, if Milan, O. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

1028 LELIA G., b. Aug. 3, 1SS7, Bronson, O. 

1029 NATHAN ROY, b. April 10, 1890, Bronson, O. 

1030 RUTH EMILY, b. April 2, 1897, Bronson, O. 

ELLA L. SUTLIFF (1011). 
Daughter of 1002a; married Theron Bishop, February 1, 1894. 
Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

1031 RETTA SUTLIFF, b. Nov. 11, 1894. 

1032 PORTER, b. Aug. 29, 1901. 

1033 MILDRED, b. Oct. 4, 1903. 

GERTIE SUTLIFF (1013). 
Daughter of 1002a; married Louis Lawrence, January 1, 1896, 
Bronson, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1034 MERRIAM, b. July 11, 1897, Bronson, O. 

1035 RUSSELL, b. Jan. 18. 1899, Bronson, O. 

1036 ELEANOR, b. Nov. 28, 1904, Bronson, O. 

JEMIMA SUTLIFF (920). 

Daughter of 909; married Fred Sharp, February 12, 1809; born 
Arlington, Bennington county, Vt.. February 10, 1787, and died 
April 23, 1830. She died June 6, 1899, Romulus, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1037xPHEBE, b. March 16, 1810. 

1038 X HANNAH E., b. Dec. 31, 1811. 

1039 ORPHA, b. Jan. 13, 1814; unm. 

1040 WARREN S., b. April 10, 1816; d. Sept. 22. 1895; unm. 

1041 ANTHONY, b. March 25, 1818; died June 16, 1818. 

1042 LEWIS W., b. Jan. 9, 1820; m. Julia Seavern, May , 

1848. 

PHEBE SHARP (1037). 
Daughter of 920; married Alexander B. Karr, October 2, 1833. 
She died September 3, 1872. 
CHILDREN. 

1043 X FREDERICK SUTLIFF, b. Jan. 1, 1837, Varick, Seneca 
county, N. Y. 

1044 MARION M., b. Dec. 14, 1840, Varick, Seneca county, N. Y. 

FREDERICK SUTLIFF KARR (1043). 
Son of 1037; married, first, Anne M. Coryell, died May 2, 1869: 
second, Emma Garrison. She was born April 1, 1849; n. i. 



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HANNAH SHARP (1038). 
Daughter of 920; married John B. Karr, March 29. 1832; died 
August 8, 1895, Deys Landing, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1045 X EMMA, b. Oct. 25, 1833, Varick, Seneca county, N. Y. 

1046 X JAMES, b. April 15, 1835 Varick, Seneca county, N. Y. 

1047 X JOHN S., b. Aug. 12, 1838, Varick, Seneca county, N. Y. 

EMMA KARR (1045). 
Daughter of 1038; married Wilson G. Sample; died March 26, 
1905, Romulus, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1048 FRANCES, b. ; m. Jesse C. Lane; n. i. 

1049 X ANNE, b. . 

1050 CHARLES, b. ; d. in infancy. 

ANNE SAMPLE (1049) 
Daughter of 1045; married Franklin P. Hogan; died April 30. 
1836, Waterloo, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1051 X MAUD LILLIAN, b. Nov. 23, 1876, Varick, Seneca county, 
N. Y. 

1052 INEZ BELLE, b. July 16, 1878; d. Sept. 30. 1899; unm. 
1058 WILLIAM EDWARD, b. March 22, 1886, Waterloo, N. Y.; 

unm. 

MAUDE LILLIAN HOGAN (1051). 
Daughter of 1049; married Jacob Theis, May 20, 1901. Live 
Wilkesbarre, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1054 EMILIE MARIE, b. May 25, 1902, Wilkesbarre, Penn. 

1055 FREDERICK WILSON, b. Jan. 28, 1904, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

1056 ANNA MARIA, b. Dec. 19, 1906, Wilkesbarre, Penn. 

JAMES KARR (1046). 
Son of 1038; married Sarah Everett, Jan. 17, 1861, born August 
18, 1838, Romulus, Seneca county. N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1057 X EDWARD G., b. Oct. 20, 1861, Varick, Seneca county, N. Y. 

1058 MARY BELLE, b. May 6, 1866, Varick, Seneca county. 
N. Y. 

EDWARD G. KARR (1057). 
Son of 104 6; married Edith Crane. Nov. 6, 1899. 
CHILDREN. 

1059 ANNA, b. ; died in infancy, and Edith, b ; d. Oct. 

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JOHN S. KARR (1047). 
Son of 1038; married Mary C. Goodman, November 28, 1861; born 
November 28, 1842. He died April 8, 1863. 
CHILD. 1060 MARTHA A., b. Oct. 17, 1863. 

DAVID SUTLIFF (921). 

Son of 909; married Mary Grey, , 1S20; born October 6, 1795, 

Sharon, Conn.; moved with his parents to Vernon, Trumbull county, 
O. ; died September 10, 1S72, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. She died 
September 15, 1863. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

1061 X MARY L., b. Dec. 3, 1821, Vernon, Trumbull county, O. 

1062 CAROLINE A., b. May 17, 1825; died March 1, 1898; n. i. 

1063 X ELIZABETH GREY, b. June 26, 1828. Hartford, Trumbull 
county, O. 

1064 X ABIGAIL, b. March 4, 1832, Hartford, Trumbull county, O. 

1065 DARWIN A., b. June 10, 1S35; died Oct. 1, 1862; unm. 

MARY L. SUTLIFF (10 61). 
Daughter of 921; married, first, Linus A. Cowdery, of Mecca, O.; 
second, David Pierson, Kalamazoo. Mich., at Youngstown, O. She 
died November 25, 1907. 
CHILDREN BY LINUS. 

1066 X EDWIN N., b. Feb. 8, 1841, Mecca. Trumbull county, O. 

1067 LINUS A., b. April 21, 1846; d. April 8, 1865; n. i. 
CHILDREN BY DAVID. 

1068 MARY A., b. Oct. 21, 1857; m. William Hollister. 

1069 MAY LOUISA, b. Sept. 29, 1861; d. Nov. 30, 1863. 

1070 FRANCES BLANCHE, b. Nov. 30, 18 67; m. Horace Brow- 
nell. New Orleans. 

EDWIN N. COWDERY (1066). 

Son of 1061; married Jennie M. Fenn, , 1864, Vernon, O. 

Lives Mason, Ingram county, Mich. 

CHILD. 1071 JENNY, b. Aug. — , 1865; d. Feb. — , 1872; 
another b. , 1867; a third b. , 1868; last two d. in infancy. 

ELIZABETH GREY SUTLIFF (1063). ' 
Daughter of 921; married Samuel B. King, September 10, 1848, 
Mecca, O. ; born Howland, O., moved to Lansing, Mich., October — , 
1854; died April 16, 1898. She lives Lansing, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

1072 X ALICE, b. June 14, 1854, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

1073 X DARWIN S., b. Jan. IS, 1S56, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

1074 IDA, b. May 8, 1858; d. May 30, 1858. 

1075 X ELIZABETH, b. June IS. 1860, near Windsor, Mich. 

1076 X CARRIE, b. June 8, 1866, near Windsor, Mich. 



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1077 X MARY, b. April 16, 186S, near Windsor, Mich. 

1078 X MILTON S., b. May 5, 1870, near Windsor, Mich. 

ALICE KING (1072). 
Daughter of 1063; married Frank Shirely, October 15, 1871, Lan- 
sing, Mich. Live Enid, Okla. 
CHILDREN. 

1079 LINUS, b. Aug. 21, 1875, Lansing, Mich. 

1080 PEARL E., b. March 26, 1S79; m. Everett Purcell, at Enid, 
Okla. 

DARWIN SUTLIFF KING (1073). 
Son of 1063; married Eliza Murphy, November 10, 1879, Lansing, 
Mich.; died August 8, 1908. 
CHILDREN. 

1081 ETHEL, b. Jan. 18, 1S80, farm, Windsor, Mich.; m. John 
Slater. 

1082 CECIL, b. Feb. 10, 1SS2, farm, near Lansing, Mich.; m. 
W. D. Lawrence. 

1083 NORA C, b. ; d. in infancy. 

1084 INA U., b. ; d. in infancy. 

ELIZABETH KING (1075). 
Daughter of 1063; married Henery E. Coburn, mechanical engin- 
eer, Lansing, Mich. 

CHILD. 1085 ARTHUR E., b. Nov. 15, 1879, Lansing. Mich. 

CARRIE KING (1076). 

Daughter of 1063; married Frank R. Parmenter, July 4, 1885, of 
Cleveland, O. Wholesale and retail merchant. 

CHILD. 1086 ISAAC STEWART, b. May 27, 1886, Lansing, 
Mich. 

MARY KING (1077). 

Daughter of 1063; married W. Parmenter. Farmer, Windsor, 
Mich. 

CHILD 1087 HARRY W., b. Oct. 2, 1892, Windsor, Eaton 
county, Mich. 

MILTON SUTLIFF KING (1078). 

Son of 10 63; married, first, Smith; second, Mariam Brooks, 

of Ionia, Mich. Live San Francisco, Calif. 
CHILD BY FIRST WIFE. 

1088 RUTH, b. Oct. 1, 1893, Mason City, Mich. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

1089 CARLTON, b. Aug. 27, 1S98, Ionia, Mich. 

1090 IVA, b. Nov. 9, 1900, Deer Lodge, Mont. 

1091 MARIAM, b. April 11, 1902, Deer Lodge, Mont. 



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LINUS SHIRELY (1079). 
Son of 1072; married Belle Webb, March 26, 1897, Rose City, 
Mich. Accidentally killed Ishpeming, Mich., December 4, 1902. 
CHILD. 1092 CARLTON W., b. Dec. 20, 1898, Alpena. Mich. 

ABIGAIL SUTLIFF (1064). 
Daughter of 921; married Harmon Lake, of Mecca, O., March, 
7, 1850, at Vernon. Trumbull county, O., and born Sharon, Conn., 
December 13, 1821, who died November 20, 1894. She died April 
16, 1908, Mecca, O. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

1093 X CLARENCE E., b. Feb. 2. 1S54, Mecca. Trumbull county, O. 

1094 X GRACE M., b. Feb. 20, 1856, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

1095 X ARTHUR D., b. Sept. 9, 1862, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

CLARENCE E. LAKE (1093). 
Son of 1064; married Dora L. Abbott, October 12, 1879, Geneva, 
Penn. Live Cortland, Trumbull county, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1096 LUELLA L.. b. Sept. 18, 1880. Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

1097 HARMON D., b. July 15, 1883; m. Frieda Christensen, May 
14, 1908. 

GRACE M. LAKE (1094). 
Daughter of 1064; married Amizi King, October 9, 1879, Mecca, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1098 xM. PEARL, b. Sept. 27, 1880, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

1099 ROSE BELLE, b. Dec. 11, 1882, Mecca, Trumbull coun- 
ty. O. 

1100 JOHN R., b. April 11, 1885, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

1101 ROBIN P., b. Feb. 25, 1887, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

1102 LINUS L., b. Aug. 21, 1890, Mecca. Trumbull county, O. 

1103 ELLIS N., b. Dec. 24, 1892, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

1104 HARMON M., b. Oct. 10, 1896. Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

M. PEARL KING (1098). 
Daughter of 1094; married Charles Rosser, April 10, 1902, 
Mecca, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1105 MERLE, b. July 27, 1903; d. Sept. 9, 1906. 

1106 ELSIE, b. May 21, 1906. Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

ARTHUR D. LAKE (1095). 
Son of 1064; married Lucella Roberts, September — , 1883, 
Johnson, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1107 LEONORE, b. June 12, 1888; married Elmus Dray, of 
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1108 EDWIN, b. Sept. 17, 1890, Mecca, Trumbull county, O. 

BEULAH MARIA SUTLIFF (922). 
Daughter of 909; married George Brown, August 7, 1821, Enfield, 
Tompkins county, N. Y.; born December 19, 1791; moved to Ohio, 

May , 1836; both died and buried Chesterville, Morrow county, O. 

She was a person having a most remarkable memory, being a lover 
of books, very religious and very pious; being loved and revered by 

all of her descendants. He died , 1870. . 

CHILDREN. 

1109 X WILLIAM, b. Nov. 14, 1822, Tompkins county, N. Y. 

1110 X EDMUND, b. April 12, 1826; m. . Had Lilly and Vic- 
tor. 

llllxELERY, b. Sept. 7, 1827, Tompkins county, N. Y. 

1112 X AMANDA, b. Nov. 10, 1835, Tompkins county, N. Y. 

WILLIAM BROWN (1109). 
Son of 922; married Laura Mosier. He died June 27, 1864, Ft. 
Williams, Alexandra, Va., while surgeon in the army. 
CHILDREN. 

1113 X ELLA HERMOINE, b. ; m. Lafayette George. Had 

Laura Dell, b. ; died 3 years old; also Mary Jane, b. ; m. 

and lived near Maumee, 0.; also Genevieve, b. ; m. Mc- 

Knight; also Harry, b. ; m. ; also Frederick, Edna Leon, 

Anna, Nellie, Guy and another whose name is unknown, making 
ten in all, including: 

1114 PEARL, b. ; m. Francis Kirkpatrick, Amity, O.; n. i. 

ELLERY BROWN (1111). 
Son of 922; married Phebe Elizabeth Talmage, May 23, 1853, 
Chesterville, O., born June 29, 1827, and died April 10, 1908. He 
lives East Liverpool, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1115 X ALICE AUGUSTA, b. May 30, 1855, Chesterville, O. 

1116 X CLARENCE TALMAGE, b. Dec. 23, 1860, Chesterville, O. 

1117 X GEORGE HERBERT, b. March 9, 1862, Chesterville, O. 

1118 X MARY BLANCHE, b. Nov. 8, 1869, Chesterville, O. 

ALICE AUGUSTA BROWN (1115). 
Daughter of 1111; married Elmore Y. Mclntire, Dec. 20, 1877, 
Chesterville, O. He was born April 12,' 1849, Middletown, O. Live 
Texarkana, Ark., thence they moved Nov. 18, 1904. 
CHILDREN. 

1119 INA BLANCHE, b. May 30, 1S82; m. Wm. McConnell Mur- 
ray, March 16, 1909. Live Garland City, Ark.; n. i. 

1120 GRACE MINERVA, b. Sept. 23, 1884, Chesterville, O. 

1121 CLARA ELIZABETH, b. April 29, 1887, Chesterville, O. 

1122 JOSEPHINE, b. July 12, 1889, Chesterville, O. 



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CLARENCE TALMAGE BROWN (1116). 
Son of 1111; married Lillian Caroline Gunsaulus, July 2S, 1887, 
Chesterville, O. Pastor Congregational church, Hillsdale, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

1123 GERALDINE L. GUNSAULUS, b. June 24, 1889, Chester- 
ville, O. 

1124 CLARENCE F. GUNSAULUS, b. April 16, 1897, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 

GEORGE HERBERT BROWN (1117). 
Son of 1111; married Capitola Meskett, born April 9, 1860. Live 
Delaware, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1125 MABEL, b. Feb. 11, 1SS7, Cardington, O. 

1126 MARY, b. June 2, 1892, Cardington, O. 

MARY BLANCHE BROWN (1118). 
Daughter of 1111; married Milton. McMillin, June 20, 1895, 
Chesterville, O., born March 8, 1865, Delaware, O. Pastor First 
Presbyterian church, Liverpool. O.; n. i. 

AMANDA BROWN (1112). 
Daughter of 9 22; married Joseph Frew, March 12, 1866, Coshoc- 
ton county, O. She died June 13, 1896. He died February 19, 
1901. 
CHILDREN. 

1127 BEULAH, b. April 15, 1867; m. Henry F. Boyd, , 1904. 

1128 JOSEPH WESLEY, b. June 10, 1871. Live Cincinnati, O.; 
unm. 

1129 GEORGE, b. July 26, 1877, Coshocton, O. Live Carding- 
ton, O. 

LUCINA SUTLIFF (923). 
Daughter of 909; married Orson J. Humphrey, June 12, 1821, 
Barkhamsted, Conn.; moved same year to Ridgeville, Lorain coun- 
ty, O., thence Eaton township, O., May 20, 1831; d. October 24, 
1869. • 
CHILDREN. 

1130 X BETSY AMELIA, b. , 1823, Ridgeville, O. 

1131xANNIS FIDELIA, b. , 1824, Ridgeville, O. 

1132 FLA VIA ORELIA, b. March 17, 1825, Ridgeville, O.; unm. 

1133 X ALICE FACELIA, b. Sept. 27, 1826; m. Lane, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

1134 JEWRY ORSON, b. May 30, 1831, Ridgeville, O. 

BETSY AMELIA HUMPHREY (1130). 
Daughter of 923; married Joyner Race, April 14, 1842; died 
February 26, 1847, Ridgeville, O. 



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CHILDREN. 

1135 MERRICK DUANE. b. Jan. 23, 1843, killed 1863, by 
Price's men in Civil War in Missouri; n. i. 

1136 AGNES LUCINA, b. Oct. 8, 1844. Lives Cleveland, O.; n. i. 

1137 LEROY HUMPHREY, b. March 26. 1846; d. 1901; n. i. 

ANNIS FIDELIA HUMPHREY (1131). 
Daughter of 923; married Rev. Lewis Miles Pounds, August 9, 
184 6, Butter Nut Ridge, O. She died New York City and buried 
Eaton township, O. He was born November 16, 1820, Silver Creek. 
Penn., his father being a native of Maryland, and his mother of 
Virginia. He died July 25, 1894. 
CHILDREN. 

1138 X MELVILLE AUGUSTUS, b. Sept. 17. 184S. Butter Nut 
Ridge, O. 

1139 AMELIA LUCINA, b. Feb. 1, 1853, Butter Nut Ridge, 
Eaton township, O.; m. George W. Bowman. Had two children, 
both d. in infancy. 

1140 MARY CORINTHA, b. March 27, 1857; d. Sept. 13, 1878. 

1141 X LEWIS HUMPHRY, b. April 9. 1860, Butter Nut Ridge, O. 

1142 X JESSIE FIDELIA, b. Aug. 29, 1861, Butter Nut Ridge, O. 

1143 X THOMAS EUGENE, b. July 7, 1864, Butter Nut Ridge, O. 

1144 MABEL ORELIA, b. July 7, 1864; d. Aug. 7, 1865. 

MELVILLE AUGUSTUS POUNDS (1138). 
Son of 1131; married Mary E. Johnson, November 26, 1870, 
Carlisle, O. 

CHILDREN. 

1145 MABEL AULIA, b. , 1871; also Mary, deceased; also 

Harry Melville; also Edgar, deceased, and Ruth Eleanor, all born 
Butter Nut Ridge, O. 

LEWIS HUMPHRY POUNDS (1141). 
Son of 1131; married Carrie Stilson, October 29, 1886, Clyde, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1147 WILLIAM STILSON, b. Aug. 25, 1888. Topeka. Kans. 

1148 JESSIE FIDELIA, b. May 27. 1890, Topeka, Kans. 

1149 ELIZABETH, b. Feb. 1, 1892, Topeka. Kans. 

1150 LEWIS CHARLES, b. Aug. 25. 1895, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1151 HELEN MARJORIE, b. July 5, 1899, Brooklyn. N. Y. 

JESSIE FIDELIA POUNDS (1142). 
Daughter of 1131; married William O. Jones, (bom in Wales) 
September 28, 1886. 
CHILDREN. 

1152 HAROLD, b. July 23. 1887; d. in infancy. 

1153 MARJORIE, b. . 1891; d. in infancy. 

1154 STANLEY BURT, b. Oct. 12, 1893, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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THOMAS EUGENE POUNDS (1143). 

Son of 1131; married Julia Hautron. , 1900, Topeka. Kans. 

Live Joplin, Mo. 

CHILD. 1155 MILDRED, b. , 1909, Topeka, Kans. 

ALICE FACELIA HUMPHREY (1133). 

Daughter of 923; married William Brush, Stamford, Conn. Lived 
LaPorte, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1156 X LILLIAN ENDORA, b. Nov. 3, 1852. 

1157xLUCINA GENEVIEVE, b. Oct. 29, 1859. 

1158 X BENJAMIN ORRIN, b. July 15, 1862. 

1159 X STELLA JOSEPHINE, b. April 28, 1870. 

LILLIAN ENDORA BRUSH (1156). 
Daughter of 113 3; married William A. Sayles, of New York' 
State, August 19, 1872. 
CHILDREN. 

1160 X CLARE BRUSH, b. April 3, 1873, LaPorte, O. 

1161 X EVELYN ALICE, b. May 27, 1874, LaPorte, O. 

1162 BERTRAM B., b. Oct. 23, 1882, LaPorte, O.; unm. 

1163 FERN ADELE, b. May 28, 1894, LaPorte, O. 

CLARE BRUSH SAYLES (1160). 
Son of 1156; married Luella M. Crawfdrd, born Ceredo, W. Va. 
Live Elyria, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1164 ETHEL MAY, b. May 22, 1895, Carlisle, Lorain county. O. 

1165 CLIFFORD WM., b. Sept. 27, 1897, Carlisle, O. 

1166 GLADYS MARIE, b. Oct. 4, 1900, Carlisle, O. 

1167 SMYTHE CLARE, b. Aug. 1, 1904, Lorain, Lorain county, 
O. 

EVELYN ALICE SAYLES (1161). 
Daughter of 1156; married William B. Hamlin, September 17, 
1894. Live LaGrange, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1168 THEODORE PAUL, b. Nov. 22, 1896, LaPorte, O. 

1169 ANDREW CLYDE, b. Jan. 30, 189 8, LaPorte, O. 

1170 LILLIAN RUTH, b. Aug. 18, 1899, LaPorte, O. 

1171 WILLIAM RALPH, b. July 14, 1906, Carlisle, O. 

LUCINA GENEVIEVE BRUSH (1157). 
Daughter of 1133; married Josiah H. Bellows, December 21, 1881, 
Weeping Waters, Neb. Live Toledo, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1172 SIDNEY FAY, b. Oct. 22, 1882, Weeping Waters, Neb. 

1173 RUTH. b. Dec. — , 1887; d. in infancy. 



100 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

1174 BERTRAM BRUSH, b. Nov. 26, 1S90, Little Rock, Ark. 

1175 MARJORIE HARLOW, b. Aug. 12, 1S99, Toledo, O. 

BENJAMLN ORRIN BRUSH (1158). 
Son of 1133; married Angle Blakeslee, May 30, 1887, LaPorte, O. 
Live Batavia, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1176 LUCILE, b. March 31. 1SS7, LaPorte, Carlisle township, O. 

1177 EVA HARRIET, b. Oct. 8, 1889, Elyria, O. 

1178 WILLIAM LAFAYETTE, b. Sept. 24, 1891, Elyria, O. " 

STELLA JOSEPHINE BRUSH (1159). 
Daughter of 113 3; married Lorenzo D. Hamlin, November 21, 
1890, Ridgeville Comers, Henry county, O. Live Elyria, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1179 FACELIA, b. April 19, 1892, LaPorte, Lorain county, O. 

1180 DAVID WALTER, b. Aug. 20, 1895, LaPorte, Lorain coun- 
ty, O. 

1181 LYDIA IRENE, b. Sept. 25, 1897, LaPorte, Lorain coun- 
ty, O. 

1182 JAMES THURMAN, b. Dec. 19, 1906, Elyria. O. 

JEWRY O. HUMPHREY (1134). 
Son of 923; married Elizabeth Worthington, October 18, 1856, 
Eaton township, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1183 HELEN A., b. Jan. 22, 1860, Eaton township, Lorain coun- 
ty, O. ; unm. 

1184 ELMER E., b. Jan. 27, 1862; m. Alzina Hamlin, Oct. 18, 
1883. 

1185 MARY E., b. March 1, 1865, Eaton township, O.; unm. 

1186 ORSON J., b. April 20, 1868; m. Mary Beardsley, June 5. 
1905. 

1187 CLARENCE N., b. April 10, 1871; m. Mary Reynolds, Feb. 
12, 1904. 

1188 GRACE MILDRED, b. April 2, 1876; m. Dr. E. P. Clem- 
ent, Nov. 2, 1898. 

1189 EDWIN J., b. July 20, 1878; m. E. Burgett, Oct. 2, 1901. 

1190 HUBERT B., b. March 22, 1881, Eaton township, O.; unm. 

LOLA SUTLIFF (924). 
Daughter of 909; married Lott Herrick, October 15, 1818, Bron- 
son, Huron county, O., born May 14, 1795, Massachusetts. She died 
September 7, 1873, Newville, Ind. He died March 24, 1872, New- 
ville, Ind. 
CHILDREN. 

1191 ALONZO, b. Sept. 23, 1819, Bronson, O. ; unm. 



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1192 ALBERT, b. June 19, 1S21, Bronson, O.; unm. 

1193 X CATHARINE, b. June S, 1823, Bronson. O. 

1194 xCAROLLXE M., b. June 10, 1825. Bronson, O. 

1195 DAVID LOTT, b. April 3, 1829. Bronson. O.; unm. 

1196 X ORSON QUINCY. b. July 8, 1S31, Bronson. O. 

1197 ELECTA J., b. Aug. 11, 1833; m. Charles Ryan; n. i. 

1198 X HENRY J., b. Aug. 9, 1835. Bronson, O. 

. 1199 X GEORGE W., b. Oct. 6. 1839, Newville, DeKalb county, 
Ind. 

CATHARINE HERRICK (1193). 
Daughter of 9 24; married Dr. William S. Goodell, bom Vermont. 
CHILDREN. 

1200 Dr. WM. LOTT. b. Sept. 26, 1844, Green Spring. O. 

1201 ' KATHERINE. b. June 10, 1849, Lima. Ind. 

1202 Dr. FRANK WISE, b. March 1. 1859, Marshall, 111. 

CAROLINE M. HERRICK (1194). 
Daughter of 924; married Sylvester Coats, November 22, 1843. 
CHILDREN. 

1203 LORETTA, b. May 11, 1845, Newville. Ind. 

1204 FRANKLIN, b. Jan. 19, 1847, Newville, Ind. 

ORSON QUINCY HERRICK (1196). 
Son of 924; married Elizabeth A. Kester, December 25, 1855, 
Kansas, 111. 

CHILD. 1205XMOTT, b. Feb. 7, 1858. 

HENRY J. HERRICK (1198). 
Son of 924; married Sarah Fusselman, August 23, 1863. Lawyer, 
Houston. Mo. 

CHILD. 1206 HENRY LOTT, b. Nov. 9, 1864. 

GEORGE W. HERRICK (1199). 
Son of 924; married Dora O. Knight, May 28, 1870. Lawyer. 
CHILDREN. 

1207 X LOTT RUSSELL, b. Dec. 8. 1871. Farmer City, 111. 

1208 X BLANCHE ELECTA, b. Sept. 12. 1875, Farmer City, 111. 

1209 X DWIGHT ORSON, b. Jan. 8, 1880, Farmer City, 111. 
1210XLYLE GEORGE, b. March 14. ISSl, Farmer City, 111. 

1211 HOPE, b. Sept. 21, 1884, Farmer City, 111. 

1212 GEORGE WIRT, b. Oct. 8, 1889, Farmer City, 111. 

1213 WAYNE DAYRE, b. Sept. 20. 1890, Farmer City, 111. 

LOTT RUSSELL HERRICK (1207). 
Son of 1199; married Harriet Swegart, April 2, 1896; born Feb- 
ruary 19. 1874, Farmer City, 111., where both live. Attorney. 



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CHILDREN. 

1214 MILDRED, b. Jan. 26, 1901, Farmer City, 111. 

1215 HELEN, b. Sept. 18. 1903, Farmer City, 111. 

BLANCHE ELECTA HERRICK (1208). 
Daughter of 1199; married George Wilson, August 20, 1903, Far- 
mer City, 111.; n. i. 

DWIGHT ORSON HERRICK (1209). 
Son of 1199; married Catharine Fuller, December 12, 1905. 
CHILD. 1216 GEORGE DAVID, b. Jan. 10, 1909, Laramie, 
Wyo. 

LYLE GEORGE HERRICK (1210). 
Son of 1199; married Vernelle Norris, January 16, 1908; n. 1. 

MARILLA SUTLIFF (925). 
Daughter of 909; married William Champlin, died March 17, 1840. 
She died April 12, 1862, Groton, N. Y. Following copied from Gro- 
ton cemetery: 
CHILDREN. 

1217 LOVINA, b. , 1821; d. Jan. IS, 1859; uum. 

1218 VERLINA, b. , 1822; d. June 19, 1846; unm. 

1219 PARINTHA, b. , 1823; d. May 2, 1846; unm. 

1220 URIAH, b. , 1828; d. Jan. 11, 1836; unm. 

1221 JOSIAH, b. ; d. April 28. 1836; unm. 

1222 MARILLA, b. , 1S33; d. Jan. 11, 1836 (Twin); unm. 

1223 WILLIAM, b. , 1833; d. June 7, 1857 (Twin); unm. 

1224 JAMES, b. . 1834; d. Nov. 12. 1861; m. ; n. i. 

1225 LOVISA, b. ; d. Oct. 18, 1846; unm. 

PARINTHA SUTLIFF (926). 
Daughter of 909; married Burnet C. Fulkerson, February 14, 
1822, Dryden, N. Y., born November 4. 1797, and died April 7, 1878. 
She died December 4, 1892, Dryden. N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1226 X SYLVIA M., b. July 28, 1823. Dryden, N. Y. 

1227 X WILLIAM C, b. Dec. 15, 1825, Dryden, N. Y. 

1228 s MARY A., b. May 19, 1828, Dryden, N. Y. 

1229 JOHN G., b. July 24, 1830, Dryden, N. Y. 

1230 HENRY S., b. May 9, 1832. Served Civil War, Co. C, 76th 
N. Y. Reg.; d. Aug. 28, 1862, Gainesville, N. C. 

1231 X SUSAN, b. Sept. 12, 1835, Dryden, N. Y. 

1232 LOTT, b. April 12, 1837; m. Elizabeth Hoj-t Sutllff; n. i. 

1233 X MARILLA J., b. April 14, 1839, Dryden, N. Y. 

1234 X SOPHIA, b. March 13, 1841, Dryden, N. Y. 

1235 PARINTHA, b. Feb. 1, 1843, Dryden, N. Y. 

1286 LORETTA, b. May 19, 1844; m. Allen B. Lamott; n. 1. 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 103 

1237 X CALISTA, b. Oct. 10, 1845. 
1238xTALMADGE D., b. Dec. 10, 1846. 

SYLVIA M. FULKERSON (1226). 
Daughter of 926; married Oakley Robertson, April 28, 1844, Dry- 
den, N. Y., born April 24, 1820, and died April 10, 1890, Ithaca, 
N. Y. She died January 23, 1904. 

CHILDREN. 

1239 BURNETT F., b. April 12, 1845, Dryden, N. Y.; m. ,; 

n. 1. 

1240 X PHILLIP R., b. July 28, 1846; d. June 30, 1890. 

1241 X PERRY D., b. Sept. 20, 1850, Dryden, N. Y. 

PHILLIP R. ROBERTSON (1240). 
Son of 1226; married Emma Douglass, December 12, 1883, Dry- 
den, N. Y. She was born October 9, 1858, Dryden, N. Y. He died 
June 30, 1890. 
CHILDREN. 

1242 JAMES O., b. May 7, 1886; m. Minnie Seagar, May 7, 1905. 

1243 DUDLEY P., b. Sept. 12, 1888, Dryden. N. Y. 

PERRY D. ROBERTSON (1241). 

Son of 1226; married Mary Anthony, February 14, 1872, bom 
October 31, 1849, Chattenango Falls, Madison county, N. Y. 

CHILD. 124 4 MAUD L., b. July 2, 1873; m. Harry B. Hamil- 
ton, Sept. 20, 1893, Ithaca, N. Y. 

WILLIAM C. FULKERSON (1227). 

Son of 926; married Sarah Manning, March 15, 1859, born August 
20, 1832, Dryden, N. Y.; died December 27, 1898. 
CHILDREN. 

1245xLaMONT, b. May 30, 1860, Dryden, N. Y. 

1246 EMMA, b. ; d. in infancy. 

LaMONT FULKERSON (1245). 
Son of 1227; married Alice Bowker, September 11, 1878, Groton, 
N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1247 X BERT G., b. Sept. 4, 1879, Dryden, N. Y. 

1248 X WILLIAM J., b. Jan. 19, 1882, Dryden, N. Y. 

1249 X ELMER B., b. Nov. 4, 1884, Dryden, N. Y. 

BERT G. FULKERSON (1247). 
Son of 1245; married Flora Metier, November 6, 1898, Danby, 
N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1250 CHARLES, b. Sept. 13, 1899, Danby, N. Y. 



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1251 LESTER, b. Dec. 7, 1900. Danby, N. Y. 

1252 RENA MAY, b. July 14, 1905, Danby, N. Y. 

WILLIAM J. FULKERSON (1248). 

Son of 1245; married Daisey M. Crane, November 6, 1882, Lan- 
sing, N. Y. 

CHILD 1253 HAROLD E., b. April 1, 1907, Lansing, N. Y. 

ELMER B. FULKERSON (1249). 
Son of 1245; married Mabel Lewis, August 1, 1906, Ithaca, N. Y. 
CHILD. 1254 MARLAND L., b. July 14, 1907, Ithaca, N. Y. 

MARY A. FULKERSON (1228). 
Daughter of 926; married A. B. LaMont, September 1, 1852. His 
parents born in Scotland. He was born March 20. 1830; died Octo- 
ber 16, 1882. 
CHILDREN. 

1255 X ARCHIBALD BUCHANNAN, b. Oct. 16, 1855, Drvden, 
N. Y. 

1256 X ALICE B., b. Sept. 14, 1857, Drvden, N. Y. 

1257 xMAY, b. Oct. 29, 1859, Dryden, N. Y. 

1258 ERNEST, b. March 21, 1867; d. Sept. 14, 1885. 

ARCHIBALD B. LaMONT (1255). 
Son of 1228; married Alice Hubbard, March 5, 1873, Dryden, N. 
Y. She was from Cortland, N. Y. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

1259 X LEE H., b. Jan. 25, 1875. 

1260 LOUIE P., b. Jan. 8, 1877; m. George Stamm, Feb 24 
1909. 

1261 X CHARLES T., b. July 3, 1879. 

LEE H. LaMONT (1259). 

Son of 1255; married Sophia Smith, October 19, 1898, Scipio, 
Cayuga county, N. Y. 

CHILD. 1262 ELDA M., b. April 13, 1904, Cortland, N. Y. 

CHARLES T. LaMONT (1261). 
Son of 1255; married Alice Furgerson, September 12, 1900. 
CHILD. 1263 DONALD, b. July 26, 1901; d. July 3, 1907. 

ALICE B. LaMONT (1256). 

Daughter of 1228; married Gideon Hiles, January 23, 1884, Dry- 
den, N. Y. 

1264 RUTH, b. June 25, 1891, Minnesota. 

1265 EDWARD, b. Jan. 3, 1894, Minnesota. 



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MAY LaMONT (1257). 
Daughter of 122S; married Willis Crittenden, August 25, 18S1, 
Freeville, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1266 LaMONT. b. Dec. S, 1S82, Freeville, N. Y. 

1267 DANIEL, b. April 2, 1886, Freeville, N. Y. 

1268 LUCY, b. Nov. 12, 1894. Ithaca, N. Y. 

1269 OLIVE MAY, b. Dec. 25, 1898, Ithaca, N. Y. 

JOHN G. FULKERSON (1229). 

Son of 926; married Chloe Everhart, October 10. 1885, Newfield. 
N. Y. Served in Civil War, Company E, Thirty-second New York; 
died December 12, 1861. 

CHILD. 1270 X ELIZABETH, b. May 13, 1857. 

ELIZABETH FULKERSON (1270). 
Daughter of 1229; married, first. Dr. George Dudley, January 
1, 1878, Newfield, N. Y.; second, Allen B. LaMott, June 1, 1904, 
Billings, Mont. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

1271 FANNIE P., b. May , 1884, Newfield, N. Y. 

1272 CLARENCE, b. Aug. , 1885, Newfield. N. Y. 

SUSAN FULKERSON (1231). 
Daughter of 926; married Charles A. Townley, December 10, 1856, 
born February 3, 1823, and died December 5, 1904. Farmer. She 
was a nurse. 
CHILDREN. 

1273 X FREDERICK E., b. Feb. 14, 1858, Groton, N. Y. 

1274 X ANNIE B., b. March 8, 1859, Groton, N. Y. 

1275 X FRANK A., b. May 12, 1860, Groton, N. Y. 

1276 X EDITH M., b. Sept. 1. 1861, Dryden. N. Y. 

1277 X HELEN, b. May 28, 1863, Groton, N. Y. 
1278xBENN, b. Nov. 8, 1864, Groton, N. Y. 

1279 FANNIE, b. Sept. 3, 1866, Groton, N. Y.; unm. 

1280 J. FENTON, b. Sept. 28, 1868; d. Dec. 16, 1884. 

1281 X RALPH W., b. Feb. 26, 1874. 

1282 X RAYMOND F., b. March 26, 1877. 

FREDERICK E. TOWNLEY (1273). 
Son of 1231; married Ella Cobb, October 9, 1890, born October 
31, 1861. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

1283 ALMIRA S., b. Oct. 30, 1891. 

1284 LOIS C, b. July 28, 1901. 

ANNIE B. TOWNLEY (1274). 
Daughter of 1231; married Arthur Darling, December 7, 1882, 
born July 31, 1859. 






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CHILDREN. 

1285 JOSEPH S., b. ; d. in infancy. 

1286 ROBERT, b. Feb. 12, 1881, Dryden, N. Y. 

1287 FRANK, b. Nov. 15, 1889, Dryden, N. Y. 

1288 MABEL, b. October 26, 1893, Dryden, N. Y. 

FRANK M. TOWNLEY (1275). 
Son of 1231; married Alta Avery, November 11, 1886. Ma- 
chiBist; n. 1.. 

EDITH M. TOWNLEY (1276). 
Daughter of 1231; married Frederick H. Bates, July 12, 1883, 
born Groton, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1289 X SUSAN T., b. June 18, 1884, Ithaca, N. Y. 

1290 X CLARENCE T., b. Dec. 5, 1885, Ithaca, N. Y. 

SUSAN T. BATES (1289). 
Daughter of 1278; married Joel Justin, June 21, 1906. 
CHILD. 1291 JOEL BATES, b. Nov. 23, 1907. 

CLARENCE T. BATES (1290). 
Son of 1276; married Elizabeth Rusco, April 15, 1908, Columbia, 
Canada, 

CHILD. 1292 JOHN, b. Jan. 2, 1909, Buffalo, N. Y. 

HELEN TOWNLEY (1277). 
Daughter of 1231; married John L. Jackson, November 14, 1889; 
born November 1, 1863. 
CHILDREN. 

1293 SARA T., b. Nov. 15, 1890, Groton, N. Y. 

1294 LAWRENCE C, b. May 14, 1896, Groton, N. Y. 

1295 HOWARD B., b. Aug. 8, 1897, Groton, N. Y. 

1296 J. HOBERT, b. June 16, 1898, Groton, N. Y. 

BENN TOWNLEY (1278). 
Son of 1231; married, first, Edith B. Holden, June 26, 1890, born 
September 1, 1866, and died April 5, 1904; second. Belle Small<, 
June 27, 1906, Ithaca, N. Y. Machinist. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

1297 HOLDEN B., b. July 7, 1893, Groton, N. Y. 

1298 GLADYS L., b. Sept. 16, 1895, Groton, N. Y. 

1299 KARL FOX, b. Dec. 23, 1902, Waterloo, N. Y. 
CHILD BY SECOND WIFE. 

1300 ESTHER MARIA, b. Sept. 15, 1907. 

RALPH W. TOWNLEY (1281). 
Son of 1231; married Vema L. Clement, May 1, 1895. Machinist. 



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CHILDREN. 

1301 FLORENCE S., b. March 22, 1896, Groton, N. Y. 

1302 FRANCES A., b. May 9, 1901, Groton, N. Y. 

1303 HELEN L., born Marcb 19, 1907, Groton, N. Y. 

RAYMOND F. TOWNLEY (1282). 
Son of 1231; married Josie B. Heming, May 5, 1901, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1304 CHARLES R., b. Feb. 4, 1905, Ithaca, N. Y. 

1305 MILDRED L., b. May 26, 1906, Ithaca, N. Y. 

1306 ARTHUR H., b. Aug. 7, 1908. 

MARILLA J. FULKERSON (1233). 
Daughter of 9 26; married Sylvester Hile, December 19, 1860, born 
May 30, 1840, Dryden, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1307 LeROY M., b. June 15, 1862; d. April 9, 1863. 
130SxORREN R., b. Sept. 28, 1864. Dryden, N. Y. 
1309XARDELL, N., b. Nov. 20, 1871, Dryden, N. Y. 

ORREN R. HILE (1308). 
Son of 1233; married Luella Mespell. November 12, 1884. 
CHILD. 1310 NELLIE M., b. Jan. 22, 1887, Dryden, N. Y. 

ARDELL N. HILE (1309). 
Daughter of 1233; married Frederick Sickmon, November 21, 
1888. 
CHILDREN. 

1311 BERTHA L., b. Oct. 21, 1890; d. May 19, 1907; n. i. 

1312 CHARLOTTE M., b. Jan. 3, 1894, Dryden, N. Y, 

1313 HILE S., b. Jan. 2, 1902, Drjden, N. Y. 

1314 GRACE A., b. April 26, 1904, Drj'den, N. Y. 

SOPHIA FULKERSON (1234). 
Daughter of 926; married Samuel Skillings, February 8, 1865, 
born March 7, 1835. She died April 11, 1877. 

CHILD. 1315 X FAY, b. Dec. 27, 1875, Dryden, N. Y. 

FAY SKILLINGS (1315). 
Son of 1234; married Nancy B. Giles, June 25, 1902, bom De- 
cember 11, 1881. 
CHILDREN. 

1316 THEODORE R., b. Jan. 11, 1904, Dryden, N. Y. 

1317 MARION F., b. May 29, 1905. Dryden, N. Y. 

1318 ESTHER D., b. Feb. 18, 1908, Dryden. N. Y. 



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CALISTA FULKERSON (1237). 
Daughter of 926; married Alfred Bishop, October 18, 1871, bom 
May 17, 1846. 
CHILDREN. 

1319 ROSA M., b. July 15, 1873; m. J. S. Brown, Lansing, N. Y. 

1320 E. CARRA, b. Nov. 25, 1875. 

TALMADGE D. FULKERSON (1238). 
Son of 926; married Elerene Gaston, November 2, 1870, born No- 
vember 19, 1851. 

CHILD. 1321xLaROY H., b. Aug. 9, 1874. 

LaROY H. FULKERSON (1321). 
Son of 1328; married Mereba Smith, June 22, 1900. Cincinnatus, 
N. Y. She was born October 26, 1871. 

CHILD. 1322 HELEN, b. June 8, 1902, Ithaca, N. Y. 

URIAH CASE SUTLIFF (927). 
Son of 909; married Jane Dearman, April 7, 1831, born West 
Chester county, N. Y., August 11, 1804, and died July 14, 1873. 
He died March 13, 1847. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

1323 X CHARLES, b. Jan. 29, 1832. 

1324 X JENNIE, b. Sept. 13, 1835. 

1325 LUCY, b. March 31, 1840; d. June 7, 1842. 

1326 SARAH, b. April 11, 1842; unm. 

1327 X HENRY CASE, b. Sept. 5, 1845. 
All the above born Tompkins county, N. Y. 

CHARLES SUTLIFF (1323). 
Son of 927; married Euphinia Brown, October 8, 1873, born Jan- 
uary 13, 1850, Tompkins county, N. Y. He died May 9, 1906. 

CHILD. 1328 xL. B., b. Oct. 13, 1874, Tompkins county. N. Y» 

L. B. SUTLIFF (1328). 

Son of 1323; married Edna Mosley, August 26, 1904, born Tomp- 
kins county, N. Y., July 15, 1886. 

CHILD. 1329 BEATRICE, b. March 5. 1906, Tompkins coun- 
ty, N. Y. 

JENNIE SUTLIFF (1324). 
Daughter of 927; married Albert Dearman, October 1. 1861, born 
October 12, 1824. 

CHILDREN. 

1330 X CHARLES G., b. Aug. 25, 1864, Tioga county. Penn. 

1331 EVERETT J., b. Nov. 29, 1866, Tioga county, Penn. 



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CHARLES G. DEARMAN (1330). 

Son of 1324; married Althea Gilkey, May 21, 1902, born De- 
cember 3, 1873. 

CHILD. 1332 ALBERT G., b. April 15, 1903, Tioga county, 
Penn. 

HENRY CASE SUTLIFF (1327). 

Son of 927; married, first, Louie E. Mineah, December 12, 1872, 
born March 31, 1851, and died May 23, 1895; second, Sarah F. 
Bower, October 5, 1901, born September 24, 1845, Tompkins coun- 
ty, N. Y. Retired Farmer. 

CHILD. 1333 X GEORGE CLYDE, b. May 4, 1882, Tompkins 
county, N. Y. 

GEORGE CLYDE SUTLIFF (1333). 

Son of 1327; married Florence J. Fisher, April 13, 1904, born 
October 2, 1886, Tompkins county, N. Y. 

CHILD. 1334 ERNEST ROBERT, b. Feb. 25, 1907, Dryden, 
Tompkins county, N. Y. 

WATSON L. SUTLIFF (928). 

Son of 909; married Mary N. Wire, , 1825, born July 28, 

1806, and died April 8, 1891, Dryden, N. Y. He died August 18, 

1888, Athens, Penn. 

CHILDREN. 

1335 X PARINTHA, b. July 28, 1828, Dryden, N. Y. 

1336 WILLIAM, b. Oct. 19, 1834, Danby, N. Y.; unm. 

1337 X JOHN W., b. Dec. 22, 1836, Danby, N. Y. 

PARINTHA SUTLIFF (1335). 
Daughter of 928; married Walter Dewey, born February 27, 1823, 
Franklin, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1338 MARY D., b. Jan. 25, 1852; married G. M. Owens; n. i. 

1339 X FRANK W., b. Dec. 7, 1853, South Creek, Penn. 

1340 JOHN W., b. July 9. 1858, South Creek, Penn. 

1341 X HATTIE J., b. Nov. 5, 1860, South Creek, Penn. 

1342 X CHARLES P., b. Dec. 8, 1862, South Creek, Penn. 

1343 ELMER O.. b. March 10, 1865, South Creek, Penn. 

JOHN W. SUTLIFF (1337). 
Son of 928; married Elizabeth Hoyt, of Athens, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1344 X WALTER J., b. Aug. 30, 1861. 

1345 JOEL H., b. Nov. 24, 1864; d. July 17, 1877. 

WALTER J. SUTLIFF (1344). 
Son of 1337; married Emma Williams, June 11, 1882. 



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CHILDREN. 

1346 LOTTIE MAY, b. April 9, 1884; m. Raymond R. Cocking- 
ham, Aug. 26, 1907. 

1347 PEARL, b. Oct. 30, 1886; m. R. Ashley, Oct. 30, 1906. 
Utica, N. Y. 

FRANK W. DEWEY (1339). 

Son of 1335; married Dell Aber, January 23, 1882, born July 2, 
1860, Gillett, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1346 DORA, b. Oct. 28, 1887; m. E. Harkness. Feb. 20, 1907. 

1349 ALICE, b. Feb. 25, 1893, Ridgebury, Penn. 

CHARLES P. DEWEY (1342). 
Son of 1335; married May Sliston. May 25, 1885, Bentley Creek, 
Penn., born May 30, 18 65, Ridgebury, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1350 BLANCHE, b. June 15. 1888, Ridgebury, Penn. 

1351 AGNES, b. June 16, 1891, South Creek, Penn. 

1352 MAUDE, b. Jan. 1, 1896, South Creek, Penn. 

1353 MABLE, b. Jan. 1, 1896, South Creek, Penn. 

HATTIE J. DEWEY (1341). 
Daughter of 1335; married West J. Aber, March 26. 1882, born 
April 1, 1858. 
CHILDREN. 

1354 X BERTHA, b. Feb. 1, 1SS5, Ridgebury, Penn. 

1355 X CHARLOTTE, b. Nov. 27, 1888, Ridgebury, Penn. 

1356 X EDITH, b. Aug. 13, 1890; m. G, C. Cooper, July 24, 1908. 

1357 RUTH, b. Aug. 12, 1892, South Creek, Penn. 

1358 PEARL, b. Nov. 26, 1894; d. April 9, 1895. 

BERTHA ABER (1354). 
Daughter of 1341; married R. J. Fergerson, August 12, 1904, born 
March 12, 1884. 

CHILD. 1359 JOHN HAROLD, b. April 12, 1905, Elmira, N. Y. 

CHARLOTTE ABER (13 55). 
Daughter of 1341; married Harry B. Rhodes, July 2, 1907, born 
November 21, 1887. 

CHILD. 1360 HARRY B., b. Nov. 21, 1907, Elmira, N. Y. 

SAMUEL CURTISS SUTLIFF (929). 

Son of 909; married Sarah M. Wier, February 22, 1831, born 
July 8, 1812, Dryden, N. Y., and died December 10, 1850. He died 
December 18, 1847, Conneautville, Penn. Carpenter. 
CHILDREN. 

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1362 X LORENZO DOW, b. , 1835, Conneautville, Penn. 

1363 xCHAUNCEY ROGERS, b. April 16, 1S38, Conneautville. 
Penn. 

1364xLARINDA ELIZABETH, b. July 22, 1840, Conneautville, 
Penn. 

1365 X MARGARET JANE, b. , 1842, Conneautville, Penn. 

1366 X SARAH ARMINTA, b. April — , 1844; m. Tamas E. Skin- 
ner. Had Wier and Arthur; died in infancy; also Edith, R.; unm., 
Cleveland, O. 

1367 CAROLINE, b. , 1846; d. ; unm. 

1368 X JOHN SAMUEL, b. Jan. — , 1848; d. Dec. 17, 1903; m. 
Mary Hies. Had Samuel C, b. Jan. — , 1902; d. Aug. 1, 1908, and 
no other. 

DUDLEY WIER SUTLIFF (1361). 
Son of 929; married Esther A. McDowell, December 17, 1857, 
Conneautville, Pa., born November 24. 1838, and daughter of Captain 
Josiah and Vasti (Meachem) McDowell. Vasti was daughter of 
Islchai Meachem, whose father. Captain Meachem, served in the 
Revolution, and his name is chiseled on Bunker Hill Monument. 
CHILDREN. 

1369 X HETTIE M., b. July 17, 1865, Conneautville, Penn. 

1370 X GEORGE G., b. Nov. 26, 1869, Conneautville, Penn. 

HETTIE M. SUTLIFF (1369). 
Daughter of 1361; married Charles B. Redmond, October 19, 1885, 
Conneautville, Penn., born October 4. 1863, Buffalo, N. Y. Live 
Pittsburg, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1371 EMILY, b. June 24, 1887, Conneautville, Penn. 

1372 MAURICE, b. March 28, 1889, Conneautville. Penn. 

GEORGE G. SUTLIFF (1370). 
Son of 1361; married Nellie Baldwin, April 26, 1896, Johnstown, 
Penn., born May — , 1877, Shanksville, Penn. Live Latrobe, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1373 CHARLES, b. Nov. 8, 1897, Carlisle, Penn. 

1374 WILLIAM, b. Oct. 17, 1899, Carlisle. Penn. 

1375 CLARENCE, b. Oct. 21, 1901; d. Nov. 10, 1908. 

1376 GEORGE G., Jr., b. Aug. 20. 1906; d. Aug. 25, 1906. 

LORENZO DOW SUTLIFF (1362). 
Son of 929; married Carrie Goff, of Ohio. Live Akron. O. 
CHILDREN. 

1377 CARRIE M., b. . Has eight children; Clifton, m. Kate 

Loomis, has three children. 

1378 HERBERT, b. . Live California; unm. 

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CHAUNCEY ROGERS SUTLIFF (1363). 
Son of 929; married Hannah T. Garwood, June 21. 1858, Summit 
township, Penn., born December 31, 1837. Live Conneautville, 
Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1379 HERMAN, b. May 11, 1861; d. Sept. 24, 1883. 

1380 JULIA M., b. April 2, 1864; m. Geo. Irons. March — , 1884. 
Had Arthur, b. July 3. 1886; Julia, b. ; d. March 3. 1891. 

1381 ESTHER B., b. Dec. 7, 1866; m. Reuben S. Johnson, Feb. 
26, 1889. Had Blanche L., b. Dec. 26, 1889; Dora D., b. Oct. 3, 
1893, and Nora F., b. May 21, 1898. 

1382 X EDGAR C, b. April 27, 1872, Summit township, Crawford 
county, Penn. 

1383 X FOREST L., b. June S, 1877, Conneaut township, Penn. 

EDGAR C. SUTLIFF (1382). 
Son of 1363; married Birdie Clute, September 28, 1893, born 
June 26. 1876. 
CHILDREN. 

1384 HERMAN, b. Sept. 2, 1895, Conneautville, Penn. 

1385 ELTON R.. b. Dec. 4, 1S97, Conneautville. Penn. 

1386 CARL N.. b. Aug. 12, 1899, Conneautville, Penn. 

1387 RALPH E., b. July 8, 1902, Conneautville, Penn. 

1388 MILFORD C, June 27, 1905. Conneautville, Penn. 

1389 VELMA A., b. Jan. 27, 1908, Conneautville, Penn. 

FOREST L. SUTLIFF (1383). 
Son of 1363; married Grace North, December 19, 1901. bom July 
5, 1881. 

CHILD. 1390 EMMA LUCELLE, b. Jan. 24, 1905. 

LARINDA ELIZABETH SUTLIFF (1364). 
Daughter of 929; married Albert Skinner, March 27, 1864. 
CHILDREN. 

1391 X JENNIE SUTLIFF, b. March 22, 1865. 

1392 IRA DUDLEY, b. April 8. 1872. Live Mountain View, 
Colo.; unm. 

JENNIE SUTLIFF SKINNER (1391). 
Daughter of 1364; married J. J. Lewis, April 27, 1885. 
CHILD. 1393 GERTRUDE PEARL, b. June 7, 1901, Conneaut- 
ville, Penn. 

MARGARET JANE SUTLIFF (1365). 

Daughter of 929; married David G. Harper, April 19, 1866, born 
March 12, 1841, at Harmonsburg, Penn., where they live. 
CHILDREN. 

1394 X SARAH ARMINTA, b. Dec. 10, 1869, Harmonsburg, Penn. 

iSaS ALPHA KATE, b. Jan. 8, 1884. Harmonsburg, Penn. 



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SARAH ARMINTA HARPER (1349). 
Daughter of 1395; married Fred B. Smith, January — , 1892, 
Linesville, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1396 MYRNA RAEBURN, b. April 7, 1893, Summit township, 
Penn. 

1397 WILDER LYLE, b. May 20, 1895. Summit township, Penn. 

1398 MARGARET, b. July 31, 1900, Summit township, Penn. 

1399 FLORENCE EDNA, b. Dec. 4, 1904, Summit township, 
Penn. 

1400 MARTHA LENORA, b. Dec. 11, 1905. 

1401 REHA VIRGINIA, b. Aug. 6, 1908. 

HENRY P. SUTLIFF (931). 

Son of 909; married, first, Sarah Fulkerson, July 4, 1842, Dryden, 
N. Y., born February 26, 1813, and died September 3, 1847; buried 
Willow Grove Cemetery, near Freeville, N. Y. He married, sec- 
ond, Caroline Case, December 3, 1849, born April 1, 1815; died 
December 9, 1886. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

1402XRUFUS, b. Aug. 4, 1843, West Dryden, N. Y. 

1403 X JOSEPHINE, b. Oct. 12, 1844, West Dryden, N. Y. 

1404 X SARAH E., b. April 10, 1847, West Dryden. N. Y. 
CHILD BY SECOND WIFE. 

1405 X LINFORD NORMAN, b. Sept. 12, 1850, West Dryden, N. Y. 

RUFUS SUTLIFF (1402). 
Son of 931; married Stella Pierce, October 21, 1874, born Septem- 
ber 1, 1857. 
CHILDREN. 

1406 X RAY, b. March 10, 1876, Dryden, N. Y. 

1407 xEMMA, b. July 25, 1877, Dryden, N. Y. 

1408 X RENA, b. Jan. 4. 1S80, Dryden, N. Y. 

RAY SUTLIFF (1406). 
Son of 1402; married Lula Snyder, March 23, 1898, bom May 
9, 1878. 
CHILDREN. 

1409 NINA, b. Aug. 8, 1902. 

1410 RUBY, b. May 27, 1905, Groton, N. Y. 

EMMA SUTLIFF (1407). 
Daughter of 1402; married Theodore Underwood, August 16, 
1895, born September 17, 1864. 
CHILDREN. 

1411 RUSSELL, b. Sept. 2, 1896. 

1412 ELOISA, b. July 8, 1897, and George, b. June 3, 1901, 
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RENA SUTLIFF (1409). 
Daughter of 1402; married A. Lane, March 18, 1898, born April 
19, 1874. 

CHILD. 1413 ELLARD, b. Feb. 23, 1905, Groton, N. Y. 

JOSEPHINE SUTLIFF (1403). 
Daughter of 931; married James H. Wallace, January 11, 1875, 
West Dryden, N. Y. He was born March 12. 1844. Genoa, N. Y.,^ 
and died December 22, 1880, Russell, la. She lives Dallas, Tex. 
CHILDREN. 

1414 VERNICE, b. Sept. 16, 1875, Venice, N. Y.; m. Edw. 
Bersch Reppert, Oct. 6, 18^9. Live Dallas, Tex. 

1415 FREDERICK B., b. Jan. 11, 1878, Venice, N. Y.; unm. 

1416 ALTON R., b. April 22, 1880, Battle Creek, Mich.; unm. 

SARAH E. SUTLIFF (1404). 

Daughter of 931; married Orpheus W. Beals, March 19, 1873, 
Russell, la., born October 18, 1832, Wayne county, N. Y., and died 
February 18, 1894, Russell, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1417xEFFIE JOSEPHINE, b. Sept. 14, 1875, Russell, la. 

1418 X INEZ ELIZABETH, b. March 10, 1879, Russell, la. 

EFFIE JOSEPHINE BEALS (1417). 
Daughter of 1404; married William Kinley, August 27, 1896, 
Russell, la., born November 17, 1874, Marshall county, la. Live 
Selden, Kans. 
CHILDREN. 

1419 NINA E., b. Nov. 17, 1898, Russell, la. 

1420 ELSIE C, b. Feb. 17, 1903, Derby, la. 

1421 ALPHEUS, O., b. June 30, 1907, Unionville, la. 

INEZ ELIZABETH BEALS (1418). 
Daughter of 1404; married Oliver W. Hardy, January 1, 1899, 
Russell, la., born July 22, 1878, Melrose, la. She died July 8, 1906. 
Lives South Dakota. 
CHILDREN. 

1422 LYLE B., b. Oct. 23, 1900, Russell, la. 

1423 RUTH, b. June 15, 1903, Handford, Calif. 

1424 HELEN, b. Oct. 10, 1904, Russell, la. 

LINFORD NORMAN SUTLIFF (1405). 
Son of 931; married Juniata Howe, December 24, 1879, born 
March 21, 1857. 
CHILDREN. 

1425 EARL RUFUS, b. Sept. 14, 1880. Live Peruville. N. Y.; 
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1426 X ETHEL MONROE, b. May 8. 1882. 
14 27 JUNL\ LUELLA, b. Dec. 4, 1890. 

ETHEL MONROE SUTLIFF (14 26). 
Daughter of 1405; married Bert W. Smith, August 29, 1900, born 
February 16, 1881. 
CHILDREN. 

1428 EARL SUTLIFF. b. Oct. 20. 1901. 

1429 FRANK LINFORD, b. Aug. 2, 1903. 

1430 HELEN CHARITY, b. March 7, 1905. 

1431 BERT RANDAL, b. Feb. 24. 1906. 

1432 ROGER HENRY, b. May 25. 1907. 

SAMUEL SUTLIFF, Jr. (911). 

Son of 56; married Ruth Granger, May 19, 1793, Grandville, 
Mass., born December 23, 1770; moved when thirteen years old to 
Hartland from Durham. Conn. Lived on a farm in northwestern 
part of the township, a mile or so from the Massachusetts state line. 
In the spring of 1797 he and several of his sisters and brothers emi- 
grated to different parts of New York, where his mother, Eunice, 
joined him in 1803. and died there. In 1804. having contracted 
with Gideon Granger, cousin of his wife, Ruth Granger SutlifE, for 
a tract of land in Vernon. Trumbull county, O., he with his wife and 
child, joined on the way by some of his brothers and sisters and 
their families, started on that tedious and hazardous trip over the 
mountains and hills and penetrated through the trackless wilds, 
which journey after weeks of time brought them to their destination, 
settling on different farms in Vernon. O., while some went further 
west and settled in other counties. He served in the last part of the 
American Revolution, as well as did his brother David; both having 
enlisted as short levy men from Hartland, Conn. He served six 
months as a substitute for a citizen of Hartland, who had been; 
drafted and whose service would have been a hardship to his very 
large family of thirteen children, whereas Samuel was but a lad,- 
enthused with zeal and fired by the ardent patriotism of youth. He 
was very religious and pious. As a Revolutionary soldier he re- 
ceived lands in Herkimer county, N. Y. Unfortunately there is no 
public record showing his service, and Hartland as its historiani 
states, kept no record of its Revolutionary soldiers. He died Feb- 
ruary 7, 1840. 
CHILDREN. 

INFANT, b. ; d. in infancy. May 17, 1794. 

1433 X ALLEN CURTISS, b. Feb. 27, 1796, Hartland, Litchfield 
county. Conn. 

1434 X SAMUEL HARVEY, b. Jan. 15, 1803, Litchfield, N. Y. 

1435 X LEVI, b. July 12, 1805, Vernon, Trumbull county, O. 

1436 MILTON, b. Oct. 16, 1806, Vernon, O. 



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1437 X CALVIN GRANGER, b. April 17. 1808, Vernon. O. 

1438 FLAVEL, b. June 24, ISll; d. Feb. 5, 1843; unm. 

RUTH (GRANGER) SUTLIFF (1439) 
(Of Royal Descent.) 

Wife of Samuel Sutliff (911), and daughter of Seth and Ruth. 
(Allen) Granger, of Suffield, Conn. Her parents were married May 
4, 1751, and lived in Suffield until 1760; moved to Granville, Mass., 
a mile or so from Connecticut state line, from which place Seth 
Granger enlisted in the French War, being at the siege of Louisburg, 
Cape Breton, 1766. He returned broken in health and died in. 
1775-6. His widow, Ruth (Allen) Granger, returned to Suffield 
with her family, leaving Ruth Granger Sutliff to live with her rela- 
tive, Oliver Phelps of Granville, Mass., who at that time was one, 
of the prominent men of the Colonies, serving so satisfactory in 
the commissary department of the army as to draw from General 
Washington a personal letter of commendation. He with another 
person purchased the rights of Massachusetts to certain lands 
in New York and covering Livingston. Monroe and several other 
counties. Ruth Allen, mother of Ruth Granger Sutliff, was a daugh- 
ter of Ebenezer and Mercy Allen of Suffield. This last union brought 
together the two branches of the Allen family, as the maiden name 
of Mercy was also Allen; one was a descendant of John Allen of, 
Deerfield, killed "'at the Bars" during the Indian War, the other 
being a member of the family of Aliens which produced the well 
known Revolutionary General Ethan Allen. Ruth Granger Sutliff 
well recalled the maiden name of her maternal grandmother to be 
Jaquish. (See appendix, Allen family genealogy.) 

Ruth (Granger) Sutliff was distinguished for her piety and re- 
ligious fervor, as well as the gift of a remarkable memory. Fre- 
quently at divine service the pastor would appeal to her for the 
words of a quotation from the Bible, and at times for the number 
of the chapter and verse of the quotation. She could recite from 
memory the whole of Milton's Paradise Lost. Her children were 
raised in strict observance of the teachings of the church and she 
instilled in each great reverence for the Word, and they attributed to 
her the credit for their successes in life. After the death of her 
husband in 1840 she visited her son Flavel at Jefferson, O., at that 
time a partner of Hon. Joshua R. Giddings, and also the family of 
Giddings, and while at the Giddings home wrote a letter, which the 
present writer has had in his possession, on a cheese for a table. 
She went to Cherry Valley, now Roseborn, N. Y., to visit her brother 
and sisters. Returning to Vernon she sold the homestead, moved 
with her oldest son, Allen C, to a farm on the then frontier of Iowa- 
Cedar township, where she died August 7, 1843, being the first per- 
son buried in the township, which was the farm of her son, Samuel 
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ber of the well known Granger family, and through the same stock 
as the Adams family (which has furnished the United States with 
two of its Presidents) she was of royal descent. A copy of such 
ancestry as given by Browning in his work on "Americans of Royal 
Descent" is to be found in the appendix hereto under the heading, 
"Granger Genealogy." 

ALLEN CURTISS SUTLIFF (1433). 

Son of 911; married Nancy Baldwin, January 9, 1822; born 
"Waterbury, Conn., March IS, 1S04; moved (183S) to Cedar towTi- 
ship, Johnson county, la., and settled in the midst of the forest, 
clearing a patch to raise corn and vegetables, enduring the hard- 
ships of frontier life for years. He died November 6. 1S73. She 
died April — , 1883. Both were highlj- honored for their sterling 
worth and noble character. 
CHILDREN. 

1440xTULLY, b. Jan. 19, 1823, Vernon, Trumbull county, O. 

1441 X JULIA, b. July 29, 1824, Johnson, Trumbull county, O. 

1442 X ELECTA RUTH, b. Oct. 3, 1S26, Johnson. O. 

1443 X PHEBE L., b. March 3, 1829, Vernon, O. 

1444 MATILDA, b. Jan. 2, 1831; m. A. R. Sausman; n. i. 

1445 HOMER, b. Nov. 26, 1832, Vernon, O. 

1446 X HARVEY SAMUEL, b. Sept. 10, 1S34, Johnson, O. 

1447 HOMER L., b. Feb. 15, 1837, Cedar township. la. 

1448 JESSE B., b. Dec. 22, 1839, Cedar township, la. 

1449 X MARY S., b. June 24, 1842, Cedar township, la. 

1450 ELLEN J., b. Dec. 28, 1844, Cedar township, la. 

TULLY SUTLIFF (1440). 
Son of 1433; married Asenath Spurrier, March 16, 1845. He 
died November 19, 1854. She died March 6, 1902. 
CHILDREN. 

1451 X HOMER FLAVEL, b. May 24. 1846, Solon, la. 

1452 X MILTON SAMUEL, b. Dec. 19, 1849. Solon, la. 

1453 X MARY RUTH, b. Nov. 28, 1852, Solon, la. 

HOMER FLAVEL SUTLIFF (1451). 

Son of 1440; married Rose A. Savage, August 20, 1881, Plain- 
well, Mich.; moved to Cedar Rapids, la.; died September 1, 1902. 
Commission business. 

CHILD. 1554 EDITH M., b. April 20, 1882; m. Hollis B. Long. 
July 24, 1902. 

MILTON SAMUEL SUTLIFF (1452). 
Son of 1440; married Helen McConnell, October 24, 1871, Iowa 
City, la.; went to Cedar Rapids, la., thence Denver, Colo., and now 
National City, Calif. In commission business. 



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CHILDREN. 

1455 CLARA, b. April S, 1879; d. Jan. 30. 1S88. 

1456 EDWARD M., b. Dec. 5, 1880, Cedar Rapids, la. 

1457 CHARLES R., b. Nov. 4, 1882; d. Jan. 22. 1889. 

1458 GEORGE H., b. Jan. 23. 1890, Cedar Rapids, la. 

1459 HOWARD D., b. Feb. 28, 1891, Cedar Rapids. la. 

1460 ALMA, b. Aug. 9. 1897, Cedar Rapids, la. 

MARY RUTH SUTLIFF (14 53). 

Daughter of 1440; married Albert H. Browning, January 27, 
1872, of Exeter, R. I., and born January 27, 1S41. Resides Mt. 
Vernon, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1461xEFFIE H., b. Sept. 9. 1873, Solon, Johnson county, la. 

1462xELFIE A., b. Sept. 9, 1873, Solon la. 

1463 ERNEST W., b. Oct. 4, 1875, Solon, la. 

1464 MABEL ERMINA, b. Dec. 28, 1877, Solon, la. 

1465 FLORA SARAH, b. Oct. 12, 1880. Solon, la. 
1465a GERTRUDE L., b. April 22, 1886, Solon, la. 

1466 MAUD SUTLIFF, b. March 16, 1888, Solon. la. 

1467 GLENN HAZARD, b. March 9, 1897, Solon, la. 

EFFIE HANNAH BROWNING (14 61). 
Daughter of 1453; married Bert Newton Crawford, December 25, 
1901, Crawford, Colo.; bom Lisbon, la., June 5, 1873. Live Craw- 
ford, Colo. 
CHILDREN. 

1468 MARION BROWNING, b. Feb. 15, 1904, Crawford, Colo. 

1469 VESTA MABEL, b. Sept. 21, 1905, Crawford, Colo. 

1470 ROLAND LLEWELLYN, b. March 18, 1908, Crawford, 
Colo. 

ELFIE ASENATH BROWNING (14 62). 

Daughter of 14 53; married Ernest C Bowman, Solon, la. He 
was born April 1, 1875, Solon, la. Lives Minneapolis, Minn. 

CHILD. 1471 PAUL EVERETT, b. July 24, 1904. Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

JULIA SUTLIFF (1441). 

Daughter of 1433; married Jeremiah B. Swafford, March 21, 1843, 
Solon, la.; bom New Lisbon, Ind. Farmer. She died April 21, 
1900. He died July 29, 1903. Served in the Civil War 
CHILDREN. 

1472xLEMIRA, b. March 25, 1844, Solon, Johnson county, la. 

1473 X ALLEN CURTISS, b. Aug. 2, 1846, Solon, la. 

1474 X CALVIN GOODWIN, b. Jan. 9, 1850, Solon, la. 

1475 X LOUIS GUYON, b. Aug. 12, 1852, Solon, la. 

1476 NANCY EVA, b. May 12. 1858; d. Sept. 2, 1875;unm. 

1477 ADA FLORENCE, b. June 14, 1862; d. July 21, 1882; unm. 

1478 X ERMINA, b. June 16, 1866, Solon, la. 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 119 

LEMIRASWAFFORD (1472). 
Daughter of 1441; married Alonzo Minnich, November 22, 1866, 
Solon, la. He came from Pennsylvania. Live Cloud Chief, Okla. 
CHILDREN. 

1479 X WILLIAM A., b. Aug. 28, 1867, Solon, la. 

1480 X JEREMIAH S., b. June 21, 1871, Solon, la. 

1481 X ADELINE J., b. Dec. 26, 1876. Solon, la. 
1482xLURA A., b. June 26, 1SS3, Solon, la. 

WILLIAM ALLEN MINNICH (1479). 
Son of 1472; married Nellie M. Satterly, April 27, 1879, Solon, 
la. Live Cloud Chief. Okla. 
CHILDREN. 

1483 RAY A., b. Nov. 29, 1897, Solon, la. 

1484 EDNA I., b. July 1, 1900. Solon, la. 

JEREMIAH SWAFFORD MINNICH (14 80). 
Son of 1472; married Mabel B. Berry, October 18, 1893, Solon, 
la.; born Iowa City, la. Live Cloud Chief, Okla. 
CHILDREN. 

1485 ALICE D., b. Jan. 13, 1896, Solon, la. 

1486 MAUD L., b. March 29, 1S97, Solon, la. 

1487 JESSE B., b. Nov. 9, 1S98, Solon, la. 

1488 LUCILE M., b. Dec. 28, 1900, Solon, la. 

ADELINE JULIA MINNICH (1481). 
Daughter of 1472; married Wm. Umbdenstock, January 26, 1898, 
Solon, la. Live Sutliff, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1490 LEON W., b. Oct. 28, 1900, Sutliff, la. 

1491 BYRON M., b. Nov. 26, 1902, Sutliff, la. 

LURA ALTA MINNICH (14 82). 
Daughter of 1472; married Frank Hoyt, June 26, 1883, Sutliff, 
la. Live Cloud Chief, Okla. 

CHILD. 1492 LLEWELLYN A., b. Aug. 19, 1907. Sutliff, la. 

ALLEN CURTISS SWAFFORD (1473). 
Son of 1441; married, first, Dora Haight, July 22, 1869, Jessey, 
la.; died January 29. 1877; second. Bertha M. Tentler, September 
25, 1879, Solon, la. He died March 3, 1884. 
CHILDREN. 

1493 LAURA P., b. May 10, 1870; d. , 1882, Solon, la. 

1494 JULIA I., b. March 9. 1872; m. Lewis Williams, Nov. — , 
1896. 

1495 CHARLES B.. b. March 3, 1874, Solon, la.; unm. 

1496 CALVIN G., b. May 13, 1876; d. March — , 1877. 

1497 BABY, b. ; d. same day, Oct. 14, 1879. 



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120 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

CALVIN GOODWIN SWAFFORD (1474). 
Son of 1441; married Martha Hemingway, October 10, 1872, 
Solon, la. Lawyer. Attained success at Iroquois, Dak. 
CHILDREN. 

1498 HARLEY E., b. July 6, 1874: d. July 13, 1880. 

1499 LEMIRA A., b. Sept. 5, 1875, Solon, la. 

1500 X MYRTLE M., b. Dec. 19, 1877, Solon. la. 

1501 X CLAUDE C, b. Jan. 2, 1880. Solon, la. 

1502 X HAZEL K., b. Jan. 23. 1882. Solon, la. 

1503 X EDNA G., b. Feb. 19, 1887. Mt. Vernon, la. 

1504 JULIA M., b. Feb. 23. 1894, Walker. la. 

1505 GERALD G.. b. Oct. 29, 1895. Walker, la. 

MYRTLE MAY SWAFFORD (1500). 
Daughter. of 1474; married George C. Barnes, September 8. 1897, 
Iroquois. S. Dak. He came from Walker. la. 
CHILDREN. 

1506 CLAUDIA A., b. July 8. 1898, Iroquois, S. Dak. 

1507 GEORGE S., b. Oct. 16. 1899, Iroquois, S. Dak. 

1508 CLIFFORD W., b. March 7. 1901. Iroquois, S. Dak. 

1509 CALVIN O., b. July 20, 1903, Iroquois, S. Dak. 

1510 HELEN M., b. Jan. 21, 1907. Iroquois, S. Dak. 

CLAUD CALVIN SWAFFORD (1501). 

Son of 1474; married Georgia L. Knight, August 15. 1906. San 
Luis Obispo, Calif., where they live. Soldier, Spanish-American 
War. 

CHILD. 1511 MARTHA, b. Oct. 15, 1907, Iroquois, S. Dak. 

HAZEL KIRK SWAFFORD (1502). 

Daughter of 1474; married John J. Russel, December 7, 1899, 
Iroquois, S. Dak. Came from Walker, la. Live West Branch, la. 
Lumber merchant. 

CHILD. 1512 DOROTHY MARION, b. May 14, 1902, Walker, 
la. 

EDNA GRACE SWAFFORD (1503). 
Daughter of 1474; married Thomas J. Sullivan. November 25, 
1903, Iroquois. S. Dak. He came from Clarmont, la. Live Iroquois, 
S. Dak. 
CHILDREN. 

1513 MARJORIE MAY, b. Oct. 3, 1905. 

1514 JAMEIS PATRICK, b. Sept. 14, 1907; d. Oct. 28, 1907. 

LOUIS GUYON SWAFFORD (1475). 
Son of 1441; married Julia Strang, November 23, 1885. Banker, 
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ERMINA SW AFFORD (14 78). 
Daughter of 1441; married Albert E. Ringer, January 8, 1895. 
Lisbon, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1515 HAROLD REYNOLD, b. July 25, 1896, Lisbon, la. 

1516 J. GERALDINE, b. Jan. 24, 1898, Lisbon, la. 

1517 JOEL BURNETT, b. June 10, 1905, Lisbon, la. 

1518 BERNICE IRENE, b. June 10, 1905, Lisbon, la. 

ELECTA RUTH SUTLIFF (1442). 
Daughter of 1433; married John P. McCune, November 28, 1844, 
Solon, la. She died February 11, 1892. He died September 23. 
1885. 
CHILDREN. 

1519 X HARRIET E., b. Dec. 15, 1845, Solon, la. 
1520xTULLY S., b. Jan. 25, 1848, Solon, la. 

1521 GERTRUDE J., b. April 13. 1850; d. May 1, 1861. 

1522 X ENDORA M., b. July 20. 1852. Solon, la. 

1523 X WILLIAM J., b. April 11. 1855. Solon, la. 

1524 X NETTIE E., b. Aug. 20. 1857; d. March 18. 1860. 
CHILD, b. ; d. on day of birth. 

1525 X BELLE E., b. May 24, 1861. 

1526 X HELEN E., b. Oct. 5, 1864. 

1527 X NANCY, b. May 14, 1867. 

1528 LIZZIE, b. April — , 1869; d. March 6. 1870. 
SON, b. Feb. 6, 1871; d. April 9, 1871. 

HARRIET E. McCUNE (1519). 
Daughter of 1442; married Lorain Clark, August 27, 1865, Solon, 
la. 
CHILDREN. 

1529 JOHN L., b. Aug. 11, 1866; m. Helen Lafferty; n. i. 

1530 GERTRUDE J., b. Jan. 13. 1868, Solon, la.; unm. 

1531 X AUSTIN M., b. March 25, 1870, Solon. la. 

1532 HELEN E., b. July 14, 1889, Solon, la.; unm. 

AUSTIN M. CLARK (1531). 
Son of 1519; married Celia McDonnell, February 2, 1893, Iowa 
City, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1533 EDITH, b. , 1894. . . 

1534 IRVINE, b. , 1896. 

TULLY McCUNE (1520). 
Son of 144 2; married Arabella Dickey, January 24, 187 2, of 
Lisbon. la. 
CHILDREN. 

1535 HATTIE ANN, b. Dec. 3, 1872, Solon, la.; unm. 



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1536 ESTELLE ELECTA, b. Nov. 26, 1874, Solon, la.; unm. 

1537 LUELLA MYONL\, b. March 25, 1876, Solon, la.; unm. 

1538 MAUDE, b. May 16, 1879, Solon, la.; unm. 
SON, b. ; d. day of birth. 

1539 JOHN ELL b. May 7, 1883, Solon, la.; unm. 

1540 JESSE WILLIAM, b. March 1, 1888, Solon, la.; unm. 
INFANT, b. ; d. day of birth. 

1541 ESTHER RATHBORN, b. May 16, 1892, Solon, la.; unm. 

ENDORA M. McCUNE (1522). 
Daughter of 1442; married first, George M. Hagea, September 16, 
1874, Norway, la.; died September 16, 1S84; second, Louis N. L« 
Grand, December 26, 1888, Solon. la. He came from Virginia. 
Lives near Norway, la. 
CHILD BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

1542 CLAUD, b. April 26, 187S, near Norway, la. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND HUSBAND. 

1543 LLOYD L., b. Oct. 26, 18S9, near Norway, la. 

1544 ALVA A., b. May 2, 1891, near Norway, la. 

WILLIAM J. McCUNE (1523). 
Son of 1442; married Anna K. Kintz, September 28, 1886, Man- 
chester, la. He was killed by a train March 29, 1909, Council 
Bluffs, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1545 ALMA L., b. Dec. 3, 1887, Geneseo, Kans.; d. Oct. 21, 
1895. 

1546 FORD ELMET, b. Feb. 19, 1891, Geneseo, Kans. 

BELLE E. McCUNE (1525). 
Daughter of 1442; married Mathias Umdenstock, April 7, 1881, 
Solon, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1547 BLANCHE, b. March 31, 1882, Solon, la. 

1548 MAYNARD W., b. March 24, 1885, Solon, la. 

1549 BENJAMIN J., b. Dec. 10, 1887, Solon, la. 

1550 ROY, b. Sept. 30, 1894, Solon, la. 

1551 JOHN McCUNE. b. Aug. 6, 1902, Bloomdale, Mo. 

HELEN E. McCUNE (1528). 
Daughter of 1442; married Orville D. Wheeler, April 4, 1888, 
Solon, la. He came from Sygorney, la. District Judge for ten 
years. 
CHILDREN. 

1552 BERTHA, b. March 12, 1889, Council Bluffs, la. 

1553 GERTRUDE, b. May 23, 1894, Council Bluffs, la. 



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NANCY McCUNE (1527). 
Daughter of 1442; married Charles D. Maybauer, December 16, 
1896, Mt. Vernon, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1554 RUTH ALTHEA, b. July 31, 1899, Mt. Vernon, la. 

1555 WILLARD JOHN, b. June 22, 1903, Mt. Vernon, la. 

PHEBE L. SUTLIFF (1443). 
Daughter of 1433; married C. W. McCune, July 5, 1846, Solon, 
la. He came from Ellesburgh, N. Y., and died September 30, 1885. 
She died February 8, 1887, Solon, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1556 X AUSTIN S., b. May 1, 1847, Solon, la. 

1557 HELEN N., b. Feb. 3, 1849; m. M. S. ShirclifE; n. i. 

1558 X EMILY A., b. Dec. 20, 1851, Solon, la. 

1559 LUCY B., b. Feb. 1, 1854; d. Sept. 22, 1858. 

1560 X ANN E., b. Feb. 10, 1856, Solon, la. 

1561 X HARVEY S., b. March 11, 1858, Solon, la. 

1562 X MARY F., b. Feb. 22, 1861, Solon, la. 

1563 X WILLIAM A., b. May 31, 1864, Solon, la. 

1564 X CHARLES W., b. Sept. 6, 1866, Solon, la. 

1565 BURT, b. Nov. 18, 1868; d. Aug. 20. 1870. 

1566 X LEONARD E., b. Dec. 3, 1872, Solon, la. 

AUSTIN S. McCUNE (1556). 
Son of 1443; married Mary Shircliffe, December 4, 1872, Solon, 
la.; died April 23, 1891. She died November 21, 1898. 
CHILDREN. 

1567 EDNA, b. Sept. 6, 1873; m. John Cowin, Jan. 11, 1889. 

1568 EMILY, b. Sept. 9, 1875, Solon, la. 

1569 X EDWARD C, b. Sept. 8, 1877, Solon, la. 

1570 HUBERT A., b. Feb. 20, 1884, Solon, la. Second Lieut. 
U. S. A. 

EDWARD C. McCUNE (1569). 
Son of 1556; married Mary B. Lee, April 13, 1902, Lisbon, la. 
Accidentally killed by runaway team, October 20, 1909. 

CHILD. 1571 LOVELIA LEE, b. Feb. 12, 1903, Lisbon, la. 

EMILY A. McCUNE (1558). 
Daughter of 144 3; married Lannon H. Hickox, May 13, 1875; 
died January 9, 1904. 

CHILD. 1572 X CHARLES M., b. April 23, 1877, Solon, la. 

CHARLES M. HICKOX (1572). 
Son of 1558; married Laura Burgess, December 25, 1898, Geauga 
Lake, O. Live Solon, la. 

CHILD. 1573 LAWRENCE H., b. April 8, 1900, Cleveland. O. 



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ANN E. McCUNE (1560). 
Daughter of 1443; married Clarence D. Coates, February 17, 
1881, Toledo, O. He died July 9, 1906, Dubuque, la. Lives Cleve- 
land, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1574 LESTER E., b. Nov. 2, 1882, Solon. la. 

1575 GLEN H., b. May 9, 1884; m. M. Klossen, July 8, 1908. 

HARVEY S. McCUNE (1561). 
Son of 1443; married Lillian Harvey, December 2, 1881. Live 
Middle Water, Tex. 
CHILDREN. 

1576 HESTON L.," b. Jan. 15, 1887; m. F. M. Dennison, Jan. 
16, 1908. 

1577 CHARLES VERNE, b. March 6, 1891, Solon, la. 

MARY F. McCUNE (15 62). 

Daughter of 1443; married first, Clarence D. Russell, October 24, 
1883; second, Sidney P. Smith, June 14, 1903, Cleveland, O. She 
died April 28, 1908. 

CHILD. 1578 CLARE D., b. Oct. 14, 1896; d. July 20, 1897. 

WILLIAM A. McCUNE (1563). 
Son of 1443; married Ollie Lewis, March 23, 1887. Live Belle 
Plains, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1579 CHARLES R., b. Dec. 29, 1887, Belle Plains, la. 

1580 HAZEL C, b. Jan. 28, 1891, Belle Plains, la. 

CHARLES W. McCUNE (1564). 
Son of 1443; married Ethel Spurrier, February 28, 1894. Live 
Garwin, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1581 DOROTHEA, b. July 28, 1895. Garwin, la. 

1582 GRETCHEN, b. Sept. 23, 1898, Garwin, la. 

LEONARD E. McCUNE (15 66). 
Son of 1443; married Tressie Poland, November 25, 1895, To- 
ledo, la. 

CHILD. 1583. HELEN, b. Aug. 18, 1896. Toledo, la. 

HARVEY SAMUEL SUTLIFF (1446). 
Son of 1433; married Caroline Langdon, January 8, 1856, Solon. 
Big Grove township, la. Went with his parents to the wilds of 
Johnson county, la., settling in Cedar township, with the nearest 
neighbor miles away. In 1907, at an age when people are settled 
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venture and pioneerism, as displayed in his family, he moved to a 
new and undeveloped country, taking government lands near Akron, 
Colo. Farmer and dealer in stock. He is noted for his honesty, 
candor and perseverance, being of good morals and respected by 
all who know him. 
CHILDREN. 

1584 CLARA A., b. Oct. 13, 1S56; d. Oct. 5. 1S65. 

1585 JESSIE B., b. March 31, 1858; d. Jan. 22, 1859. 

1586 .X FLORA V., b. June 14, 1859, Cedar township, la. 

1587 NANNIE M., b. Nov. 27, 1861; d. Oct. 21, 1865. 
SON, b. March 3, 1864; d. March 12, 1864. 

1588 X MINNIE, b. Aug. 26, 1865, Cedar township, la. 

1589 X HARVEY S., b. Jan. 18, 1868, Cedar township, la. 

1590 CAROLINE E., b. March 21, 1870; d. Oct. 1, 1876. 

FLORA V. SUTLIFF (1586). 
Daughter of 1446; married Augustus B. Sargent, December 26, 

1883; born Wentworth, N. H. Moved Akron, Colo., , 1907. 

CHILDREN. 

1591 X LOIS lONE, b. April 26, 1886, Cedar township, la. 

1592 FLORA IRENE, b. Oct. 13, 1894, Cedar ToA^-nship, la. 

LOIS lONE SARGENT (1591). 

Daughter of 1586; married Geo. C. Harrison, January 2, 1907, 
Colby, Kans. He came from Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

CHILD. 1593 GEORGE AUGUSTUS, b. July 18, 1908, Akron. 
Colo. 

MINNIE SUTLIFF (15 88). 
Daughter of 1446; married Charles S. Magowan, July 13, 1887, 
Cedar township, la.; born December 1, 1858, Jefferson county, la., 
and died November 14, 1907, Iowa City, la. Professor of Civil 
Engineering in the Iowa State University. She resides Iowa City, la. 
CHILDREN. 

1594 RUTH, b. July 15, 1890, Iowa City, la. 

1595 FLORE.NCE, b. Oct. 17, 1891, Iowa City, la. 

1596 JEANETTE, b. Jan. 8, 1895, Iowa City, la. 

1597 DONALD SUTLIFF, b. June 15, 1897, Iowa City, la. 

HARVEY SAMUEL SUTLIFF, Jr. (1589). 
Son of 1446; married Mary I. Douglass, December 30, 1890; born 

March — , 1872. Moved to Genoa, Colo., , 1907, where they live 

on a farm. 
CHILDREN. 

1598 ALLEN CURTISS, born June 21, 1894, Loomis, Phelps 
county. Neb. 

1599 GRACE MAY, b. Aug. 26, 1896, Solon, la. 

1600 JAMES HOMER, b. July 30, 1898, Solon, la. 



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1601 ALVA LANGDON, b. July 31, 1900. Solon. la. 

1602 CLIFFORD DOUGLASS, b. Nov. 24, 1902, Solon. la. 

1603 GEORGE EDWARD, b. March 3. 1905, Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

1604 CARRIE ELIZABETH, b. March 27, 1908, Genoa. Colo. 

MARY SYLVIA SUTLIFF (1449). 
Daughter of 1433; married Enoch Williams, February 7, 1867, 
Solon, la. He descended from Roger Williams of Rhode Island. 
Live Republic, Mo. 
CHILDREN. 

1605 ALLEN GEORGE, b. May 11, 1869; m. E. R. Frink; n. i. 
1606xELLEN GRACE, b. Aug. 13, 1871, Solon. la. 
DAUGHTER, b. March 25. 1874; d. May 16. 1874. 

1607 X KATE SUTLIFF. b. Dec. 25, 1875, Solon, la. 

1608 X JESSE ELMER, b. May 9, 1879. 

1609 X RALPH EVERETT, b. Aug. 29, 1881. 

ELLEN GRACE WILLIAMS (1606). 
Daughter of 1449; married Wesley P. Lummis. June 15, 1904. 
Live Haegler, Neb. 

CHILD. 1610 LOIS IRENE, b. June 20. 1905, Pleasant Hill, 

Mo. 

KATE SUTLIFF WILLIAMS (1607). 

Daughter of 1449; married Harvey A. Boyts. January 29. 1907. 
Live Springfield. Mo. 

CHILD. 1611 JEANETTE ISABEL, b. Feb. 8, 1908. Spring- 
field, Mo. 

JESSE ELMER WILLIAMS (1608). 
Son of 1449; married Ethel M. McMillan. January 29, 1907; 
born Green county, Tenn. Live Cansey, N. Mex. 

RALPH EVERETT WILLIAMS (1609). 
Son of 1449; married Nannie I. Patterson. February 7, 1903; 
born Hamilton county, Tenn. Live Cansey, N. Mex. 
CHILDREN. 

1612 LUCILLE, b. Aug. 1, 1904, Republic, Mo. 

1613 DORETHEA, b. May 7. 1906, Republic, Mo. 

SAMUEL HARVEY SUTLIFF (1434). 
Son of 911; married first, Sylvia Chapman, December 3, 1828, 
Burg Hill, Trumbull county, O.; second. Eleanor Brandon of Solon, 
la. School teacher; taught in Mississippi; induced by his brother 
Allen C. to take a government claim (1841) adjoining that of Allen 
C. in Cedar township. la; went to Vernon. O.. (1842) for his child 
Samuel M., driving both ways with a team of horses and returning 
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one time contemplated becoming a minister, and, like all his broth- 
ers, was known for uprightness and honesty; died September 3, 
1843, being buried next to his mother on part of his own farm, 
which since has become the township cemetery of Cedar township, 
la. Sylvia is buried in Vernon, O. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

1614 X SAMUEL MILTON, b. Feb. 1, 1830, Vernon, Trumbull 
county, O. 

EMILY, b. Sept. 12, 1S31; d. March 11, 1835. 
CHILD BY SECOND WIFE. 

1615 X EMILY SYLVIA, b. May 13, 1844, Solon, la. 

SAMUEL MILTON SUTLIFF, Sr. (1614). 

Son of 1434; married Ellen M. Kennedy, March 11, 1854, New 
Orleans, La.; died February S, 1856. She died July 14, 1878. Be- 
ing afflicted with tuberculosis, he drove overland with a group of 
residenters of Trumbull county, O., during the gold fever (1848) to 
California, thence to a warmer climate, New Orleans. 

CHILD. 1616 SAMUEL M., Jr., b. Aug. 1. 1855, New Orleans, 
La. 

SAMUEL MILTON SUTLIFF, Jr. (1616). 
Son of 1614; married Henrietta Dubois Miner, June 27, 1901, 
Bridgeton, N. J.; born February 5, 1864. Lawyer. She is State 
Regent of Daughters of Revolution; n. i. 

EMILY SYLVIA SUTLIFF (1615). 

Daughter of 1434; married John N. Roberts, October 17, 1867; 
born July 3, 1838, Mecca, Trumbull county, O.; moved (1870) to 
Lawrence, Kans., where they now live, having attained a leading 
position in the financial and social world, and being highly re- 
spected for their moral and mental work. 

CHILD. 1617 ISABEL BRANDON, b. July 8, 1870, Lawrence, 
Kans.; m. Herbert Armstrong, Topeka, Kans.; n. i. 

LEVI SUTLIFF (1435). 
Son of 911; married Phebe L. Marvin, October 1, 1840; born 
July 1, 1822. Successful lawyer, acquiring considerable competency 
therein. A prominent abolitionist, having much to do with the 
"underground railway" of those days, entertaining at his home such 
men as John Brown, and other noted abolitionists; died March 25, 
1861. 
CHILDREN. 

1618 FLAVEL, b. Sept. 13, 1841; d. May 22, 1846. 

1619 SAMUEL HARVEY, b. May 26, 1844, Johnston, O. 

1620 X LEVI G., b. June 23, 1845, Johnston, Trumbul' county, O. 

1621 X PLUMB W., b. Aug. 6, 1847, Johnston, O. 



128 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

1622 MARY RUTH, b. March 25, 1853, Warren, Trumbull 
county, O. 

1623 PHEBE TEMPERANCE, b. Jan. 16, 1859, Warren, O. 
1624xLYDIA BOSTWICK, b. Aug. 2, 1861. Warren, O. 
1625 MARVIN, b. ; d. in Infancy. 

LEVI GRANGER SUTLIFF (1620). 

Sob of 1435; married Jane A. Bennett, April 26, 1870, Norwich, 
Conn.; died October 7, 1880. Lawyer; afterward lumber merchant. 
She was a descendant of Daniel Bennett, Revolutionary soldier 
under Captain Mott. 

CHILD. 1626 X EDITH GRANGER, b. June 29, 1874, Norwich, 
Conn. 

EDITH GRANGER SUTLIFF (1626). 
Daughter of 1620; married Gilbert E. Talbott, June 20, 1901, 
Lisbon, Conn., where they now live. 

CHILD. 1627 LEVI SUTLIFF, b. July 20, 1903, Lisbon, Conn. 

PLUMB W. SUTLIFF (1621). 

Son of 1435; married Ella H. Bennett, Hartford, Trumbull county, 
O. He died December 23, 1900. Served in Civil War. Real estate 
dealer. 

CHILD 1628 EDWARD MILTON, b. June 29, 1870, Warren, 
O. 

EDWARD MILTON SUTLIFF (1628). 

Son of 1621; married Gertrude May Lautz, June 6, 1900, Pekin, 
111. He graduated from Cornell University; consulting engineer 
American Trading Co., one of the largest corporations in the United 
States. Live New York city. She is a graduate of Bryn Mawr 
College. 

PHEBE TEMPERANCE SUTLIFF (1623). 

Daughter of 1435; graduate of Vassar College, 1880, afterward 
lady principal Hiram College (where E.x-President Garfield had 
been president), 1885-6; professor of history and English literature 
Rockford College, 111., 1887-9; took post-graduate course Cornell 
University, 1890; studied University of Zurich, Switzerland, and after- 
ward became president of Rockford College, Rockford, 111., which 
she resigned in 1901 to care for her aged mother. Keeps an active 
interest in all branches of education. Lives Warren, Trumbull 
county, O. 

LYDIA BOSTWICK SUTLIFF (1624). 

Daughter of 1435; married Edward J. Brainard, December 24, 
1885, Warren, O. He is superintendent of large linseed oil works 
Toledo, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1629 MARY SUTLIFF, b. ; d. in infancy, Aug. 13, 1893. 

1630 EDWARD SUTLIFF, b. Aug. 7, 1896, W^arren, O. 







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MILTON SUTLIFF (1631). 

Son of 911; bora and reared on a farm when the country was 
but a wilderness and the pioneers were in the midst of clearing 
the thick forests and while cultivation of the land was made be- 
tween the stumps of the clearances, his opportunities for schooling 
were limited. Displaying in early youth a taste for the ancient 
languages and having attracted the attention of "Priest" Coe, a 
highly educated and successful teacher and a preacher then at 
Vernon, O., he secured and improved the invitation to lay a thorough 
foundation by studying under this teacher and preacher; borrowing 
and paying by the week to others for the books he used for such 
purpose. 

While young he taught school in the north, and afterward taught 
in the states of Mississippi and Louisiana, where he came in contact 
with slavery and learned to abhor it with the whole intensity of his 
nature. 

With his savings from teaching he was enabled to attend the 
Western Reserve College at Hudson, C, (now the Western Reserve 
University at Cleveland, O.), where he graduated in 183 3 with his 
taste for the Greek and Latin languages so strengthened and de- 
veloped that all through his life he kept conveniently at hand and 
read during his leisure moments as a diversion, as well as a pleas- 
ure, in the original, the writings of the Greek and Latin authors, 
with whose works he displayed such unusual knowledge and 
familiarity. 

During his attendance at college the question of the abolition of 
slavery began to take root among the people and agitated the 
students. He played no small part in the debates then occurring 
with increased frequency in the college, as well as in helping to 
shape public opinion by going to the towns in northern Ohio, to de- 
liver addresses against slavery. His anti-slavery sentiments became 
intense and his efforts to abolish the evil has not received the credit 
to which they are entitled. He became a prominent member of 
the "underground railway," a chain of towns and farms stretching 
from the slave states to Canada, and used as relays in the secret 
transportation into Canada of escaping or fugitive slaves. One of 
these stations was located on a farm in Trumbull county, north of 
Warren, and belonging to his brother Levi. During this time he 
became associated in the anti-slavery movement with, and knew 
intimately, John Brown, Greeley, Giddings, Wade and other men of 
national reputation, whose friendship he retained until death. 

In 1850 he was elected to the upper house of the Ohio legisla- 
ture, where he immediately became a leader and e.xercised a con- 
trolling influence. During all this time he was forging to the front 
in his profession until his practice extended over the northern part 
of Ohio and was equal to that of any other lawyer of the time, and 
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130 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

1857 he was elected to the Supreme Court of Ohio, where the de- 
cisions rendered by him were marked hy their clear and succinct 
logic, great analytical power and learning. He was selected as a 
delegate to the Republican Convention, in 1860, which nominated 
Lincoln, where, as was to be expected, he took an important part. 
After the war he believed in a liberal treatment of the south, and. 
therefore, favored the election to the presidency of his old-time 
friend, Horace Greeley; when, against his wishes, he was nomi- 
nated as the candidate of the liberal party for congress, against an- 
other of his friends. James A. Garfield. Although the district was 
a Republican stronghold, he succeeded in reducing the Republican 
majority, an act performed by few indeed of the candidates of the 
Liberal party during that election. Thereafter he devoted himself 
to the practice of his profession until April 24, 1879, when, while 
in consultation with one of his clients at his desk, he suddenly ex- 
pired; lamented and revered by his neighbors and friends and loved 
as a father by the descendants of his brothers. 

He was a man of large frame, six feet or more in height, full of 
physical and mental vigor, and possessed with an intensity of pur- 
pose. Of an even balanced temperament and a mind of a judicial 
turn, he was calm and slow to conclude; and then not until he had 
made a thorough research, heard all sides and given due weight to 
all matters. He always stood ready to modify his views upon 
proper presentation of facts. He possessed a keen sense of wit 
and of the ludicrous, and always was ready to throw the cloak of 
charity over the faults and shortcomings of others. His literary 
tastes were of the highest, being a great lover and a thorough 
student of the Bible, Shakespeare, Milton, all the English poets and 
standard writers. He retained the impress of his early and re- 
ligious training, yet was he liberal in his views and tolerant of the 
views of others. His thoughts were of the purest, frowning upon 
all utterances in the least wise shady, vehemently condemning the 
use of profanity, and discouraging the use of slang. His conduct 
and speech were at all times exemplary. His was a generous nature, 
doing good and rendering financial aid at all times to the deserving, 
though in many cases strangers to him. 

Never having married, he exercised a constant watch and care 
over the descendants of his brothers, rendering material aid to all 
of such. In the case of some of them, he assumed the place and 
responsibility of a father, providing for their care and maintenance 
and supervising their education. The writer cannot too strongly 
express his gratitude, reverence and love for this great and good 
man, and be too thankful for the great good fortune in having been 
tutored by him and brought almost daily for quite awhile under 
his elevating and good influence; and in having him provide for the 
education, maintenance and training of the writer. Such men as 
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SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 131 

mankind. (For more information as to this grand man, see the 
historical part hereof.) 

CALVIN GRANGER SUTLIFF (1437). 
Son of 911; married Hannah Bennett, September 18, 1S44, Hart- 
ford, O. He died February 2, 1852. She died August 24, 18^6. 
He, as did all his brothers who practiced law, attained pre-eminence 
in the legal profession. 
CHILDREN. 

1632 X HELEN FLORENCE, b. July 11, 1845. Warren, O. 

1633 xKATHERINE LOUISA, b. May 14, 1847, Warren. O. 

1634 HANNAH ISABELLA, b. Sept. 14, 1847; d. Sept. 9. 1898. 

1635 X CALVIN GRANGER. Jr., b. Sept. 14, 1847, Warren. O. 

HANNAH (BENNETT) SUTLIFF (1636). 
Wife of 1437; was a woman thoroughly imbued with the true 
principles of Christianity, ever looking for an opportunity to do 
good and be of service to her fellow beings, and always aiding her 
brother-in-law, Milton Sutliff. in caring for and rearing the orphan 
children and descendants of the brothers of her husband. She was 
noted for her good influence over those who came in contact with 
her and for the Christian and upright training she gave to those 
she reared. The author can fully and thoroughly bear testimony to 
her nobility of character, generosity of soul and beautiful Christian 
life. She was the granddaughter of Daniel and Hannah (Reed) 
Bennett of Norwich. Conn. He served in the Revolutionary War 
under Captain Mott, 1776. 

HELEN FLORENCE SUTLIFF (1632). 
Daughter of 1437; married Truman Dunham, October 7, 1868, 
Warren, O; born New Britian, Conn. Lives Cleveland, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1637 X MARY, b. Nov. 25, 1869, Cleveland, O. 
SON, b. Feb. 28, 1871, Cleveland, O. 

1638 KATHARINE STEWART, b. April 26, 1874, Cleveland, O. 

1639 TRUMAN, b. April 15, 1877; d. 10 years old. 

1640 X BELLE H., b. May 2, 1879, Cleveland. O. 

1641 ALICE, b. June 27, 1882; m. David E. Green, July 31, 
1909, London, England. Live Cleveland, O. Lawyer. 

MARY DUNHAM (1637). 
Daughter of 1632; married Charles H. Prescott, November 10, 
1892, Cleveland, O.; born Reynoldsville, Jefferson county. Pa., 
November 3, 1864. Live Cleveland, O. Lumber merchant. She 
graduated Vassar College, 1890. 
CHILDREN. 

1642 HELEN, b. Feb. 20, 1894, Cleveland, O. 



132 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

1643 ALLEN BARNARD, b. Oct. 21, 1896, Cleveland. O. 

1644 CHARLES HOLDEN, b. Feb. 22, 1900, Cleveland, O. 

1645 MARY DUNHAM, b. Oct. 15, 1902, Cleveland, O. 

1646 WILBUR DUNHAM, b. Sept. 21, 1905, Cleveland, O. 

BELLE H. DUNHAM (1640). 

Daughter of 1632; married Ray P. Perry, March 26, 1S79, Cleve- 
land O. Manufacturer of coal tar products. She graduated Vassar 
College, 1902. 

CHILD. 1647 VIRGINIA, b. Oct. 1, 1906, Cleveland, O. 

KATHARINE LOUISE SUTLIFF (1633). 
Daughter of 1437; married Homer Edgar Stewart, September 7, 
1870, Warren, O. ; born Coitsville, Mahoning county, O. ; graduated 
Westminster College, 1867; also Union College of Law, Albany, 
N. Y. ; leading lawyer in northeastern part of Ohio. 
CHILDREN. 

1648 MILTON SUTLIFF, b. July 22, 1875, Warren, Trumbull 
county, O. 

1649 X HELEN DUNHAM, b. Sept. 1, 1877, Warren, O. 

1650 HOMER EDGAR, b. Sept. 3, 1884, Warren, O. 

MILTON SUTLIFF STEWART (1648). 
Son of 1633; graduated from Case School of Applied Science 
(Western Reserve University), 1889; enlisted in Third United States 
Engineers, Spanish-American War, serving in Cuba. Master Elec- 
trical Engineer of the immense Buffalo and Susquehanna Iron 
Works, Buffalo, N. Y. 

HELEN DUNHAM STEWART (1649). 
Daughter of 1633; married Wm. Foster, Ph. D., September 3, 
1902, Warren, O.; born September 11, 1876, Hartford, Ky. She 
graduated Vassar College, 1900. Live Princeton, N. J., where he is 
professor of chemistry in Princeton University. 
CHILDREN. 

1651 KATHARINE SUTLIFF, b. Sept. 11, 1906, Warren, O. 

1652 HELEN STEWART, b. Feb. 8, 1908, Princeton, N. J. 

CALVIN GRANGER SUTLIFF. Jr. (1635). 

Son of 1437; married Eva Westerman, September 9, 1880, Sharon, 
Pa. He attended Oberlin; also Western Reserve University; gradu- 
ated Union College of Law, moved to Lockport, N. Y., where he was 
elected mayor and is now engaged in the manufacture of iron on 
an extensive scale, owning large iron mills at Lockport, N. Y., and 
being very successful. 

CHILD. 1653 KATHERINB. b. Jan. 6, 1892, Lockport, N. Y. 



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EUNICE SUTLIFF (912). 
Daughter of 56; married, first, Timothy C. Crosby, February 26. 
1787, Hartland, Conn., by whom she had eight children, all of 
whom died without issue save one; second, David Hine, January — , 
1815, Shalersville, O. She died July 17, 1817; n. i. Estate of 
Timothy Crosby was administered by Samuel Sutliff, in Trumbull 
County, O. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

1654 X SABINA, b. , 179 — , Hartland, Litchfield county. Conn. 

1655 TIMOTHY. Jr., b. ; d. ; n. i. 

1656 and six others; n. i. 

SABINA CROSBY (1654). 
Daughter of 912; married Lyman Hine, her step-brother, June 
30, 1819. Shalersville, O. She died July 12, 1876. He died Decem- 
ber 16, 1870. 
CHILDREN. 

1657 X LYMAN TULLY, b. Aug. 24, 1824, farm, near Shalers- 
ville, O. 

1658 ELLEN SABINA, b. Aug. 22, 1831, farm, Shalersville, O. 

LYMAN TULLY HINE (1657). 

Son of 165 4; married Sylvia Crocker, Shalersville, O. Farmer. 
CHILDREN. 

1659 X HORACE LYMAN, b. Feb. 26, 1859, Shalersville, O. 

1660 ELLEN HORTENSE. b. . 

LEVI SUTLIFF (913). 

Son of 56; moved to West Granville, Mass., , 1804, thence 

Ravenna, O., , 1810; died June — , 1848. 

CHILDREN. 

1661 SAMUEL, bapt. Nov. 10, 1799, Hartland, Conn. No trace. 

1662 LAURA, bapt. Nov. 10, 1799; m. Jesse Buel. Had Henri- 
etta, who m. King; n. i. 

1663 LYDIA, b. ; m. Charles Bostwick, Ravenna, O.; n. i. 

RHODA SUTLIFF (915). 

Daughter of 56; married Perry Sheldon, November 27, 1794, 

Hartland, Conn.; moved Vernon, Trumbull county, O., , 1804. 

She died September 21, 1818, Vernon, O. He was born May 12, 

1772, and died May 30, 1849, Vernon, O. 

CHILDREN. 

1664xCURTISS PERRY, b. Oct. 28, 1795, Hartland, Conn. 

1665 X RHODA SOPHRONIA, b. Aug. 3, 1806, Vernon, O. 

1666 X LINUS DURFEE, b. Feb. 11, 1809, Vernon, O. 

1667 X MARY PRISCELLA, b. Sept. 12, 1811, Vernon, O. 



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134 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

CURTISS PERRY SHELDON (1664). 

Son of 915; married Electa Wilcox of Wayne, O. He died , 

Gusdavus, O. 
CHILDREN. 

16 6 8 LAURA ELECTA, b. , 1818; m. Addison Barton. 

1669 LUCIUS CURTISS, b. , 1821; d. , 1822. 

1670 X NATHAN CURTISS, b. , 1823. 

1671 X LUCIUS LINUS, b. , 1824. 

1672 RHODA REBECCA, b. , 1828; m. Rev. H. D. King. 

1673 NORMAN PERRY, b. , 1835; unm. 

NATHAN CURTISS SHELDON (1670). 

Son of 1664; married Jane Streeter. He died , 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

1674 DARWIN, b. : m. Addie Coon. Left issue. 

CHILD, b. ; d. in infancy. 

1675 HOWELL, b. ; m. . Had three children. 

LUCIUS LINUS SHELDON (1671). 
Son of 1664; m. Theodosia Arnold. 
CHILD. 167 6 LAURA, b. ; m. Hubert Gilson. 

RHODA SOPHRONIA SHELDON (1665). 

Daughter of 915; married David Haynes , 1824, Vernon, O.; 

died Rock Island, 111.; buried Vernon, Trumbull County, O. He 

died Rock Island, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

1677 X CHARLOTTE M., b. , 1826. 

1678 s CHARLES SHELDON, b. June 9, 1830; d. , Poland. O. 

1679 CURTISS, b. , 1832; m. Hattie Palmer; d. , 

1902. Left several children. Wheeling, W; Va. 

1680 HIRAM H., b. , 1S36; d. in boyhood. 

CHARLOTTE M. HAYNES (1677). 
Daughter of 1665; married Calvin Truesdale, June 1, 1851. She 
died May 12, 1903, Minneapolis, Minn.; buried Rock Island, 111. 
Physician. 
CHILDREN. 

1681 WILLIAM HAYNES, b. ; Prest. Lackawanna R. R. 

1682 MARY SOPHRONIA, b. ; m. Joseph Gaskell. 

1683 CHARLES C, b. ; m. Minnie Hull, Rock Island, 111. 

1684 HIRAM, b. ; m. Mattie Langdon. 

CHARLES SHELDON HAYNES (1678). 

Son of 1665; married Lucy Meeker, , 1858; died December 

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CHILDREN. 

1685 X CALVIN T., b. Dec. 10, 1863. 

1686 LILLIE BELLE, b. Dec. 10, 1863; m. M. A. Kimball. 

CALVIN TRUESDALE HAYNES (1685). 

Son of 1678; married Eva Marshall, , 1885. 

CHILD. 1687 HAZEL, b. Jan. 13, 1890. 

LINUS DURFEE SHELDON (1666). 
Son of 915; married Mary DeWolf, born February 24, 1819, 
Vernon, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1688 MARY M., b. , 1838; m. Wm. E. Chapman; n. i. 

1689 LUCY L., b. , 1S40; d. , 1881; unm. 

1690 SARAH S., b. , 1842; m. Sylvester Thompson; d. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

1691 MARCELLUS, b. , 1844; d. Redlands, Calif. Had 

son; d. in infancy. 

MARY PRISCILLA SHELDON (1667). 
Daughter of 916; married Albert Trunkey, Vernon, O. 
CHILDREN. 

1692 ELECTA SOPHRONIA, b. , 1840, Vernon, Trumbull 

county, O. 

1693 X HOMER S., b. , 1842, Vernon, O. 

1694XCASSIUS M., b. , 1847, Vernon, O. 

HOMER S. TRUNKEY (1693). 

Son of 1667; married Margaret C. Meeker. He died 1907 

CHILDREN. 

1695 CHARLES H., m. Ella Shaffer; Chauncey M., m. Mary 
Griffith, and Nellie, m. George Gilmore. 

CASSIUS M. TRUNKEY (1694). 
Son of 1667; married Margaret Boswell. 
CHILDREN. 

1696 JENNIE, b. ; m. Leroy S. Thompson. 

1696a CLARA, b. . 

1697 WILBUR, b. ; m. Maude Sharp. 

HANNAH SUTLIFF (21). 
Daughter of 8; married Abraham Thomas. Lived Durham Conn 
CHILDREN. 

1698 HANNAH, b. April 23, 1728; bapt. July 14, 1728 
1699XJERUSHA. b. March 10. 1730; m. David Johnson March 

14, 1751. 

1700 ABRAHAM, b. Jan. 9, 1731-32. 

1701 X SARAH, b. Aug. 10, 1733. 



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1702 PHEBE, b. April 17, 1743. 

1703 ANN, bapt. Feb. 22, 1740. 

1704 MARY. bapt. June 26, 1737. 

JERUSHA THOMAS (1699). ^ 

Daughter of 21; married David Johnson, Jr., March 14, 1751, 
Durham, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

1705 THOMAS, b. Dec. 15, 1751, Durham, Conn. 

1706 REBECCA, b. June 7. 1753, Durham, Conn. 

1707 TIMOTHY, b. Nov. 12, 1754, Durham. Conn. 

1708 JERUSHA, b. Sept. 21, 1756. Durham, Conn. 

1709 DIANA, b. Sept. 24, 175S, Durham, Conn. 

,'.^ SARAH THOMAS (1701). 

Da'ughter of 21; married Moses Seward. April 9, 1761. He died 
October- 17, 1799. 
CHILDREN. 

1710 SUTLIEF, b. March 28, 1762. 

1711 X MOSES, b. Jan. 15, 1764. 

1712 SETH, b. April 15, 1766. 

1713 SARAH, b. June 3, 1769. 

1714 ABRAM, b. Oct. 11. 1772. 

1715 ISAAC, b. Oct. 18, 1776. 

MOSES SEWARD, Jr. (1711). 
Son of 1701; married Sarah Fowler, May 5, 1791. 
CHILDREN. 

1716 HARVEY, b. Aug. 18, 1792. 

1717 POLLY, b. March 8, 1795. 

JUDITH SUTLIFF (22). 

Daughter of 8; married, first, Dean; second, William Clark. 

January 9, 172S-9. She died February 24, 1764, Durham, Conn 
CHILD BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

1718XITHIEL, b. March 24. 1723; m. . Had Benjamin, 

Sarah, Samuel, Phebe and Rebecca. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND HUSBAND. 

1719 X WILLIAM, bapt. Jan. 25, 1729-30; m. . Had Wil- 
liam, b. Nov. 18, 1758, and Oliver, b. Sept. 5, 1761. 

1720 SARAH, bapt. March 20, 1730-31. 

1721 X ANNA, b. , 1733. 

1722 EUNICE, b. , 1735; d. Nov. 3, 1740, Haddam, Conn 

1723 AARON, b. , 1737; d. Nov. 3, 1740. 

1724 X EUNICE, b. 1739-40; m. Daniel Hubbard. Had Auruna, 
Daniel, Israel, Solomon, Aaron, Matthew, Roxanne, Clark, Submit,' 
Moses, Savage, Margery and Miles. 

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1736 X JUDITH, b. , 1745; m. Aaron Clark. She d. , 



1820. Had Asher and Esther, who m. David Burr; and others. 

ANNA CLARK (1721). 

Daughter of 22; married Joel Hubbard, son of David and Tem- 
perance (Shailer) Hubbard. July 25, 1733, Little City district, Pon- 
sett, Conn. He was born January 19, 172S, and died March 25, 
1802. She died June IS, 1811. 
CHILDREN. 

INFANT SON, b. April 15, 1754; d. April 23, 1754. 

1727 X JOEL, b. May 2, 1755, Revolutionary Soldier. Confined 
prison ship, N. Y.; settled Harpersfield, N. Y. ; m. widow Rachel 
(Davis) Bradley. Had Joel and John and probably others. One 
had issue. 

1728 SARAH, b. Nov. 14, 1756; m. first, Abraham Spencer; 
second, Fred Piatt; third, David Alcox, of Wolcott, Conn., Feb. 
5, 1795, and had Abiather, who d. in infancy; fourth. Zealous 
Blakeslee, both d. same day, Nov. — , 1829. 

1729 EDMUND, b. July 28, 1761; d. , at sea. 

1730 X JUDITH, b. Jan. 18, 1763. 

1731 X ANNA, b. Sept. 8, 17 64; m. Robt. Watkins, moved to 
Durham, N. Y.; d. Nov. 2, 1731. Left issue. 

1732 xEDEATHA, b. Feb. 19, 1766; m. James Brainard, Feb. — , 
1790. Lived Wallingford, Conn., 1800; moved to Broome county, 
N. Y. Had Enos and others. 

1733 ABIATHER, b. ; d. April 12, 1749; unm. 

1734 X ABRAHAM, b. ; d. Sept. 26, 1822. 

1735 JOHN, bapt. June — , 1772; d. — — , at sea; unm. 

1736 ABIGAIL, b. ; m. C. Gibbs; d. Harpersfield, N. Y., 

. 1844. 

1737 MARY b. Oct. 12, 1775; m. Morris Hubbard, Jan. 17, 
1831; d. March 9, 1850; n. i. 

JUDITH HUBBARD (1730). 
Daughter of 1721; married John Knowles, son of William and 

Ruth Knowles, , 1796. He died April 24, 1836. She died 

January 1, 1804. 
CHILDREN. 

1738 X WILLIAM, b. March 6, 1798; m. Lovina Alcox, Wolcott, 
Conn. She was b. Jan. 17, 1801, and d. March 1, 1821. He died 
Jan. 18, 1821. 

1739 ZERNIAH, b. May 28, 1800; d. Dec. 7, 1820; unm. 

1740 X JOHN HUBBARD, b. Dec. 25, 1803; m. Tamson M. Clark, 
Feb. 8, 1838. She was b. Oct. 21. 1819. Had one child. 

WILLIAM CLARK KNOWLES (1738). 
Son of 1730; married Susannah Cox, January 3, 1866, Guilford, 
Conn., born Elham. Kent county, England, December 28. 1835, and 



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died February 9, 1894, Killingworth, Conn. Minister, Protestant 
Episcopal church, 1875, and had charge at Killingworth and Pon- 
sett town. Still in active service. Live Ponsett. 

1742XZERNIAH LOVINA, b. March 18, 1869, Ponsett, Conn.; 
m. Edwin W. Dickinson, Nov. 16, 1831. Live Irvington, Conn. Has 
five children. 

1734 JUDITH ELIZABETH, b. May 22, 1874; m. Russell Bail- 
ey; n. i. 

1744 JOHN COX, b. April 22, 1875, Killingworth; m. Feb. 14, 
1901, Florence Ivison Pinney, of Ponsett. Have Esther, Susannah, 
b. Dec. 5, 1901, and Elinor F., b. May 17, 1906. 

1745 5 RUTH SUSANNAH, b, April 3, 1877; m. Harry R. Blatch- 
ley, Killingworth, June 3 0, 1898. Have six children and one dead. 

1746 MARY TAMSON, b. Nov. 17, 1878, Killingworth; m. 
Charles W. Phelps, Nov. 19, 1899. Had two children. Live Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

ABRAHAM HUBBARD (1734). 
Son of 1721; married Aseneth Wells, died March 28, 1811. He 
died September 26, 1822. 
CHILDREN. 

1747 EDMUND, b. Nov. 14, 1795; m. Clarissa Button; d. Port- 
land, Conn. 

1748 PHILETTA, b. Nov. 11, 1797; m. Elizur Spencer, , 

1819. 

1749 CHARLOTTE C, b. March 17, 1800; m. Chauncey D. 
Skinner, May — , 1823. 

1750 SOPHRONIA, b. May — , 1802; m. Charles Packard. 

1751 LUSINA, b. March 16, 1804; m. Jehiel Richards; d. Pon- 
sett, Conn. 

1752 ASENETH, b. Feb. 2, 1806; m. Joel Merchant; d. 1895. 

1753 ABIATHAR, b. May 8, 1807; m. Mary Steele; d. New 
Britain, Conn. 

1754 ELECTA A., b. Feb. 21, 1809; d. , 1848; unm. 

TWINS, b. ; d. in infancy. 

EUNICE SUTLIFF (23). 
Daughter of 8; married Benjamin Johnson. She died May 13, 
1784. He was born March 9, 1701, and died February 17, 1799. 
Lived Durham, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

1755 X EUNICE, b. Sept. 1, 1733, Durham, Conn. 
1756XMEHITABLE, b. Nov. 23, 1734, Durham, Conn. 

1757 SUBMIT, b. Sept. 28, 1736; d. Dec. — , 1739. 

1758 THANKFUL, b. May 14, 1738; d. May 26, 1738. 

1759 JOHN, b. July 28, 1739; died July 28, 1739. 

1760 X JOHN. b. Nov. 8, 1741; m. Elizabeth Camp, b. Oct. 20, 
1743, and d. Aug. 5, 1829. Had three children; two d. in infancy! 
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1761 SAMUEL, b. Sept. 4, 1743, Durham, Conn. 

EUNICE JOHNSON (1755). 
Daughter of 23; married Burwell Newton. 
CHILDREN. 

1762 BURWELL, b. Jan. 16, 1757. 

1763 MARY, b. April 15, 1759. 

1764 SUBMIT, b. June 6, 1762. 
1765xABNER, b. , one of twins. 

176 6 ROGER, b. ; d. in infancy; one of twins. 

1767 ROGER, b. May 28, 1768. 

1768 ISAAC, b. Dec. — , 1770. 

ABNER NEWTON (1765). 
Son of 1755; married Abigail Fairchild. 
CHILDREN. 

1768a CONTENT, b. ; d. in infancy. 

1769 PARNELL, b. ; m. John S. Camp, Oct. 15, 1822. 

1770 ELISHA, b. ; m. Sally Camp, Dec. 13, 1820. 

1771 ABNER, b. . 

1772 HORACE, b. ; m. Delight Camp, May 24, 1826. 

1773 X GAYLORD, b. . 

1774 X ROGER WATSON, b. . 



GAYLORD NEWTON (1773). 
Son of 1765; married Nancy M. Merwin. 
CHILDREN. 

1775 ELLEN MARIA, b. June 24, 1841; d. Oct. 7, 1863. 

1776 HENRY GLEASON, b. June 5, 1843. 

1777 CAROLINE GAYLORD. b. .Jan. 21, 1845; m. Henry H. 
Newton. 

ROGER WATSON NEWTON (1774). 
Son of 1765; married Cynthia Huntington. 
CHILDREN. 

1778 HENRY, b. March 28, 1841; d. Oct. 6, 1907. 

1779 CATHARINE COMSTOCK, b. April 29, 1844; d. Jan 24 
1845. 

1780 GEORGE WATSON, b. Dec. 4. 1845. 

1781 JONATHAN EDWARD, b. Nov. 4, 1847. 

1782 FREDERICK COMSTOCK, b. April 17. 1852; d. Aug. 27 
1854. 

1783 ARTHUR GELDEN, b. Nov. 11, 1856. 

MEHITABLE JOHNSON (1756). 
Daughter of 23; married Abiel Baldwin, April 1, 1756. He died 
August 11, 1802. She died February 17, 1813. 
CHILDREN. 

1784 RHODA, b. Jan. 25, 1757; d. Jan. 20, 1766. 



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1785 JOHXATHAX, b. June 6. 1758. Had six children. 

1786 EUNICE, b. Aug. 2, 1760; m. Strong. Had eight 

children. 

1787 ABIEL, b. Aug. 28, 1762. 

1788 MEHITABLE, b. May 21, 1764; m. Torrey. Had eight 

children. 

1789 CURTISS, b. June 20, 1766; m. . Had eight children. 

1790 DAVID, b. Nov. 23, 176S. 

1791 AARON, b. Nov. 8, 1770; m. . Had seven children. 

1792 RUTH, b. Oct. 30, 1772; m. Chittenden. Had eight 

children. 

1793 SETH, b. April 27, 1775; m. . Had twelve children. 

JOHN JOHNSON (1760). 
Son of 23; married Concurrence Crane, daughter of Henry and 
Mercy F. Crane, January 15, 1765; born November 14, 1744, and 
died February 24, 1803; married, second, Lois Curtiss, who died 
February 1, 1841. He died February 24, 1803. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

1794 RACHEL, b. Dec. 8, 1765; m. Jand Wheaden; n. i. 

1795 BENJAMIN, b. Feb. 5, 1769; d. Sept. 24, 1776. 

1796 BENONI, b. May 1, 1774; d. , 1775-6. 

1797 X CONCURRENCE, b. June 30, 1780; m. Charles Robinson. 

1798 JOHN, b. , 1776; d. Oct. 3, 1778. 

1799 AMOS, b. , 1773; d. Sept. 17, 1776. 

1800 X MERCY, b. . 

1801 EUNICE, b. . 



1802 ELINA, b. ; m. Ichobod Bostwick, of Hudson, N. Y.; 

n. 1. 

1803 RHODA, b. Oct. — , 1805; d. Aug. 31, 1807. 

CONCURRENCE JOHNSON (1797). 

Daughter of 1760; married Charles Robinson, , 1797, born 

March 23, 1776, and died February 27, 1861. She died , 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

1804 PHINEAS. b. May 12, 179 8; m. Sophronia Hickox; d. 
1875. 

1805 CONTENT, b. Jan. 3, 1799; d. , 1854; unm. 

1806 HARRIET, b. Oct. 13, 1801; d. Feb. 4, 1886; m. Jessie 
Knevals. 

1807 JOHN, b. July 13, 1803; m. Phebe Scranton. 

1808 CHARLES, b. Sept. 30, 1805; m. Eunina Chalker. 

1809 GEORGE, b. Jan. 28, 1808; d. . 1829; unm. 

1810 X LYMAN, b. April 20, 1810; d. Nov. 16, 1868. 

1811 ELIZABETH, b. March 24, 1813; m. Benj. W. Fields. 

1812 WILLIAM HENRY, b. ; d. in infancy. 

1813 WILLIAM HENRY, b. Aug. 2, 1818; d. Dec. 16, 1901; 
unm. 









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1814 JAMES, b. July 13, 1822; d. , 1850; unm. 

1815 TWO CHILDREN, b. ; d. iB infancy. 

LYMAN ROBLNSON (1810). 
Son of 1797; married Jane E. Canfield, January 19, 1845, born 
October 29, 1826, and died September 12, 1S79. He died November 
16, 1868. 
CHILDREN. 

1816 MARIA A., b. Oct. 14. 1847; m., first, Eli Hubbard; sec- 
ond, George H. Davis; n. i. 

1817 GEORGE H., b. March 29, 1850; d. March 25, 1909; m., 
first, Josephine Miller; second, Minnie Tompkins. 

1818 HELEN E., b. March 6, 1856; d. March 18, 1873; m. F. L. 
Johnson. 

1819 JOHN E., b. March 5, 1863; m. Martha Miller. 

MERCY JOHNSON (1800). 
Daughter of 1760; married Dr. Samuel Fitch, Gilford, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

1820 DELIA, b. ; m. Henry Scranton; n. i. 

1821 X JULIA, b. ; m. Wade. Had Julian, who d. West 

Indies. 

EUNICE JOHNSON (1801). 
Daughter of 1760; married John Tibbals. 
CHILDREN. 

1822 CONCURRENCE, b. Aug. 15, 1798; d. March 22, 1822. 

1823 SETH, b. May 21. 1801. 

1824 ANGUS, b. Nov. 19, 1805. 

1825 EUNICE, b. Jan. 22, 1808. 

1826 JOHN, b. Jan. 4, 1812. 

1827 LOISE, b. July 26, 1816. 

MARY SUTLIFF (24). 
Daughter of 8; married Nathaniel How, Wallingford, Conn. 
CHILD. 1828 NOAH, b. Oct. 13, 1745, Wallingford, Conn. 

JOSEPH SUTLIFF, Sr. (26). 
Son of 8; married Sarah , died July 10, 1780; second, Cath- 
arine Seward, died November 11, 1791. He died November 11, 
1801; moved to Wallingford, where two of his children were born. 
Of a list of twenty-tight inhabitants residing in East Branch of 
Waterbury (now Wolcott), Conn., subject to pay taxes in 1760, 
there was included Joseph, Sr., for eighty-six pounds, and Joseph 
for seven pounds. The homestead was probably "at the foot of 
Chestnut Hill on the old road going directly up the hill." In those 
days the number of different trades were limited and the one 
held in the highest esteem was that of tailoring, and this he adopted, 
as one of his legs was defective, or shorter than the other so that 



14 2 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

he walked with a cane, or crutch. During the Revolution he was 
appointed as one of a committee of fifteen to solicit articles of 
clothing for the Continental soldiers (Hist, of Waterbury, P. 442). 
This entitles his descendants to join the Sons of the Revolution. 
He and his two wives are buried at Wolcott, Conn. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

1829 X JOSEPH, b. Jan. 1, 1733, Durham, Conn. 

1830 X SARAH, b. Oct. 5. 1736, Wallingford, Conn. 

1831 X NATHANIEL, b. Feb. 5, 1739, Wallingford, Conn. 
1831a ANNE, b. ; m. Daniel Dean, May 16, 1776. 

JOSEPH SUTLIFF, Jr. (1829). 
Son of 26; married Zerviah Webster, April 2, 1771, of Bolton, 
Conn. He died Oct. 1, 1795, Wolcott. Conn. His family Bibles, one 
dated 1760, the other 1780, black with age, containing family en- 
tries, are now in the possession of Mrs. Gardner N. Wilcox, a de- 
scendant. 
CHILDREN. 

1832 X ZERVIAH, b. Jan. 29, 1772. Wolcott, Conn. 

1833 X JOSEPH, b. Dec. 27, 1773, Wolcott, Conn. 

1834 MICHAEL, b. Feb. .5, 1776; d. , at sea; n. i. 

1835 LYDIA, b. Feb. 1, 1778, Wolcott, Conn. 

1836 X ABIATHAR, b. May 7. 1780, Wolcott, Conn. 

1837 NATHAN, b. April 5, 1782. 

ZERVIAH SUTLIFFE (1832). 
Daughter of 1829; married, first. Benjamin Hickox, December 3, 
1797, born December 22, 1764; second, Gideon Curtiss, April 8, 
1810. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

1838 LEVERET, b. July 31, 1798; d. Dec. 12, 1798. 

1839 LYDIA, b. July 31, 1798. 

1840 POLLY ZERVIAH, b. Oct. 23, 1802. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND HUSBAND. 

1841 LEVA, b. July 18, 1811. 

1842 X LUCIUS, b. July 18, 1811. 

1843 IVA, b. Nov. 2, 1813. 

LUCIUS CURTISS (1842). 
Son of 1832; married Mary Cleveland, September 12, 1837, Gosh- 
en, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

1844 HENRY L., b. Nov. 9, 1838. 

1845 FRANKLIN, b. Feb. 24, 1841. 

1846 ELLEN L.. b. June 16, 1843. 
184 7 LEWIS C, b. May 27, 184 6. 

JOSEPH SUTLIFF (1833). 
Son of 1829; married Mary Webster, in Connecticut; moved to 
V/oodford, Conn., thence Bethel, Sullivan county, N. Y.. 1815; 



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thence Damascus township, Wayne countj-, Penn., where he died 
February 13, 1844. She died May 20, 1S33, Damascus, Penn. He 
was the second child to be baptized in Wolcott. 
CHILDREN. 

1848 X CLARISSA, b. Aug. 22, 1798, Woodbury, Conn. 

1849 MICHAEL, b. Sept. 10, 1800; d. in infancy. 

1850 X WEBSTER, b. Oct. 15, 1802, Conn. 

1851 X MARY. b. Sept. 8. 1S05, Conn. 

1852 JOSEPH, b. April 17, 1808, Conn. 

1853 X CAROLINE, b. Nov. 6, 1810. 

1854 X DAVID, b. May 21, 1813. 

1855 GEORGE, b. June 5, 1817; d. in infancy . 

CLARISSA SUTLIFF (1848). 

Daughter of 1833; married John P. Keesler, , 1818, Bethel, 

Sullivan county, N. Y.: moved to Damascus, Wayne county, Penn., 
where she died. 

1856 X ELI B., b. Aug. 28, 1S19; m. , 1838, Jeanette Jack- 
son. Had ten children; five d. in infancy. John B., b. Jan. — , 

1840; m. , 1862, Mary Hoffman. Had Ella. Nettie, Eli. Mal- 

vina, Albert, Roy, Desman, Clifford, Lela and three died in infancy. 

1857 X CHARLES D., b. July 27. 1821. 

1858 LYMAN S., b. June 15, 1829; m. Sybel M. Stalker, , 

1848. Had daughter, b. , 1848; m. Robert H. Walker. 

1859 LYDIA A., b. Sept. 1, 1825; d. , 1828. 

1860 X JULIA M., b. July 27. 1827. 

1861 DELIA A., b. July 21, 1829; d. Jan. 26, 1845. 

1862 X MARTHA M.. b. March 27, 1832. 

1863 X JULIUS L., b. May 4, 1837; m. Mary I. Brightman, , 

1858. Had Melville M., b. Aug. — , 1859; d. , 1871; Vemleigh 

A., b. May — , 18 66. 

1864XSTATIRA V., b. April 10. 1840. 

CHARLES D. KEESLER (1857). 
Son of 1848; married Sallie Heesle. 
CHILDREN. 

1865 ADALENE. b. ; m. Joel Potter, July . 1856. 

1866 LEVI. b. ; m. Lydia Marks, , 1865. 

1867 CLARISSA, b. ; m. Aaron Brigham, , 1859. 

1868 CAROLINE, b. ; m. Orville Brigham, , 1862. 

1869 PETER E., b. ; m. Lottie Striker. 

1870 HARRY, b. . 



1871 WALTER J., b. ; m. Anna Lancaster. 

1872 ROSA A., b. ; m. Joseph Carter. 

1873 JULIUS, b. ; m. Etta Darling. 

JULIA M. KEESLER (1860). 
Daughter of 184S; married Edward Turner, , 1842. 



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CHILDREN. 

1874 LYDIA V., b. April — , 1844; m. Andrew Mosher, 
1865. 

1875 WILLL\M H., b. , 1846; m. . 

187 6 JOHN P., b. , 1846; m. Harriet Conkling. 

1877 EDWARD, b. ; unm. 

1878 JULIA M., b. ; m. Benjamin Bruce. 

1879 AMANDA M., b. ; m. Jacob Wilcox. 

1880 JAMES, b. ; m. 

1881 GEORGE, b. , 1861;m. . 



1882 FLORA M., b. , 1865; m. Roy Ellison, , 1829. 

MARTHA M. KEESLER (1862). 

Daughter of 1848; m. Harry Stalker, , 1849. 

CHILDREN. 

1883 MARTHA A., b. ; m. John Quinn, , 1850. 

1884 CLARENCE M.. b. ; m. Gilow, , 1852. 

1885 MAY. b. ■ ; m. John Betty. 

TWO OTHERS, b. ; d. in infancy. 

STATIRA B. KEESLER (1864). 

Daughter of 184 8; m. James L. Brigham, , 1857. He died 

March 4, 1907. 
CHILDREN. 

1886 CLARA J., born Nov. 3, 1860; d. Jan. 18, 1900. 

1887 VIRGIL O., b. Sept. 11, 1S62; m. Gertrude O. Mornington, 
Nov. 12, 1888. Had five children, four living. Damascus, Penn. 

WEBSTER SUTLIFF (1850). 
Son of 1833; married Catharine Wood, Sullivan county, N. Y.; 
died February 13, 1872. He died October 16, 1872, both at Da- 
mascus, Penn. 

1888 X JOHN BRADY, b. May 24, 1831, Tusten, Sullivan county, 
N. Y. 

1889 X TRUMAN LEAVENWORTH, b. Aug. 17, 1835, Tusten, 
Sullivan county, N. Y. 

1890 X HESTER I., b. Dec. 30, 1837, Tusten (Lumberland) , N. Y. 

1891 X LYDIA MARIA, b. Aug. 17, 1839, Damascus, Wayne coun- 
ty, Penn. 

1892 X SARAH ELIZABETH, b. Aug. 29, 1842, Damascus, Penn. 

1893 X EVELYN CECILIA, b. Aug. 18, 1845, Damascus, Penn. 

1894 X DANIEL WEBSTER, b. March 11, 1848, Damascus, Penn. 

JOHN B. SUTLIFF (1888). 
Son of 1850; married Charity Tyler, December 25, 1855, b. July 
3, 1835, and died February 26, 1901, Damascus, Penn. He died 
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CHILD. 1S95 MARY CATHARINE, b. April 8, 1885, Damas- 
cus, Penn.; unm. 

TRUMAN LEAVENWORTH SUTLIFF (1889). 

Son of 1850; married Clara Tyler, , 1857, born June 26, 

1830, Callicoon, N. Y., and died January 3, 1895. He lives Barry- 

ville, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1896xESTELLA P., b. March 20, 1858, Galilee, Penn. 

1897 HAMLIN F., b. March 25. 1861; died Oct. 27, 1869. 

1898 ANTHONY B., b. July 22, 1868; died Oct. 28, 1869. 

1899 X CATHARINE C, b. Dec. 28, 1863, Galilee, Penn. 

ESTELLA P. SUTLIFF (1896) 

Daughter of 1889; m. Webster Sherwood, , 1878, Kenoza 

Lake, N. Y. Live Livingston Manor, N. Y. He was born Jefferson- 
vllle, N. Y., 18 52. 

CHILD. 1900 DELBERT W., b. Oct. 3, 1879, Jeffersonville, 
N. Y. 

CATHARINE C. SUTLIFF (1899). 
Daughter of 1889; m. Herman J. Rixion, March 10. 1887, Calli- 
coon, N. Y. He was born August 31, 1862, Barry ville, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1901 LEON LEE, b. July 19, 1888, Callicoon, N. Y. 

1902 CLARA ESTELLA, b. Sept. 3, 1890, Callicoon, N. Y. 

1903 MARY ESTHER, b. April 12, 1895, Callicoon, N. Y. 

HESTER I. SUTLIFF (1890). 
Daughter of 1S50; married William C. T>'ler, October 8, 1855, 
Damascus, Penn., b. April 25, 1833, Callicoon, N. Y., and died Sept. 
3, 1888. She lives across river from Callicoon, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1904 ISABELLA, b. April 8, 1810; d. Sept. 11, 1861. 

1905 X WEBSTER SUTLIFF, Aug. 12, 1862, Damascus, Wayne 
county, Penn. 

1906 HODD IRVINE, b. Feb. 15, 1866; m. Emma Young; n. i. 

WEBSTER SUTLIFF TYLER (1905). 
Son of 1890; married Bertha V. Bush, October 27, 1897. Live 
across from Callicoon, N. Y. 

CHILD. 1907 DOROTHY, b. Dec. 5, 1898, Callicoon, N. Y. 

LYDIA MARIA SUTLIFF (1891). 
Daughter of 18 50; married Abraham Tyler, March 22, 1860; born 
April 11, 1826, Damascus, Penn. Live Damascus, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1908 EDGAR POE, b. Sept. 16, 1861; d. April 3, 1863. 

1909 X BENJAMIN LEE, b. Sept. 30, 1873, Damascus, Penn. 



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BENJAMIN LEE TYLER (1909). 

Son of 1891; m. Helen McCulIough, October 4, 1899; born Sep- 
tember 22, 1878, North Branch, Sullivan county, N. Y. 

CHILD. 1910 HENRY ABRAHAM, b. Oct. 8, 1902; d. July 18 
1904. 

SARAH ELIZABETH SUTLIFF (1892). 
Daughter of 1850; married Andrew Crans, January 9, 1867, born 
August 18, 1841, Montgomery, X. Y. Live Washingtonville, N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1911 X WALTER FORD. b. June 12, 1869, Scotchtown. N. Y. 

1912 RUTH ALICE, b. July 27, 1877, Crystal Run, N. Y. 

1913 ROBERT WARREN, b. Feb. 22, ISSO, Crystal, Run, N. Y. 

WALTER FORD CRANS (1911). 
Son of 1892; married Irene Bui, October 18, 1893, Circleville 
N. Y. 
CHILDREN. 

1914 ROSCOE ANDREW, b. Nov. 13. 1894, Crystal Run, N. Y. 

1915 LERA ELIZABETH, b. July 17, 1897, Circleville, N. Y. 

EVELYN CECILIA SUTLIFF (1893). 
Daughter of 1850; married James Bush, June 28, 1895, born 
July 24, 1845, Damascus, Penn. Live Honesdale, Penn.; n. i. 

DANIEL WEBSTER SUTLIFF (1894). 
Son of 1850; married Emily Hogancamp, September 4. 1868, born 
December 16, 184 4, Youngsville, N. Y. Live Damascus Penn 
CHILDREN. 

1916 X EDITH VERNON, b. Jan. 30, 1870, Damascus. Penn. 

1917 X WILLIAM TYLER, b. May 9, 1872, Damascus, Penn. 

1918 JOHN SANFORD, b. July 30, 1874; unm. 

1919 X CHARLES IRVINE, b. May 4, 1879, Damasctis, Penn. 

1920 LEILA DELIA, b. Aug. 1, 1883; m. James O. Gedney. 

EDITH VERxNON SUTLIFF (1916). 
Daughter of 1894; married George Y. Tjler, August 18, 1901, 
Damascus, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1921 EDSON GEORGE, b. June 20, 1902, Damascus, Wayne 
county, Penn. 

1922 WILSON ISAAC, b. Aug. 18, 1903, Damascus, Penn. 

WILLIAM TYLER SUTLIFF (1917). 
Son of 1894; married Annie Anson, November 8, 1893. 

1923 JOHN WESLEY, b. May 30, 1895. 

1924 BERTSCEL LEE, b. Aug. 4, 1899. 

1925 GOLDY LEILA, b. Oct. 14, 1903. 



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CHARLES IRVINE SUTLIFF (1919). 
Son of 1894; married Matilda A. Mitchell, September 14, 1901. 
CHILDREN. 

1926 GERTRUDE EMILY, b. April 6, 1902. 

1927 RUTH MARGUERITE, b. May 5, 1906. 
19 2 8 CLARENCE EDWARD, b. Jan. 27, 190 8. 

MARY SUTLIFF (1851). 
Daughter of 1833; married Hiram Brigham, Aug. 9, 1824, Da- 
mascus, Fenn.,.born. Dec. 29, 1799, Florida, Montgomery county, N. 
Y., and died November 23, 1873. She died September 11, 1884, 
Freeport, 111. 

1929 JOSEPH W., b. April 15. 1825, Damascus, Penn.; n. i. 

1930 MARY A., b. May 21, 1827; m. Geo. T. Piersol, Sioux City, 
la. 

1931 GEORGE S., b. June 24, 1830, Damascus, Penn.; n. i. 

1932 AMY B., b. Oct. 15, 1832; m. Wm. F. Preston, Freeport, 
111. 

1932a WEBSTER S., b. Dec. 18, 1834, Damascus, Penn. 
1932b HIRAM M., b. Dec. 2, 1837, Damascus, Penn. 

1933 CAROLINE C, b. April 15, 1841; m. Geo. H. Wood. Free- 
port, 111. 

1934 TRUMAN C. b. July 17, 1843, Galilee, Penn.; unm. 

1935 HATTIE A., b. Sept. 17, 1845; m. Pickard. Lena, 111. 

1936 LUTHER A., b. Feb. 3, 1850; m. . Had Ada, George, 

Hattie and Marian. 

JOSEPH SUTLIFF (18 52). 
Son of 1833; married, first, Sally Wood, December 6, 1829, born 
March 29, 1812; second, Emily Lewis, born March 11, 1810, and 
died May 30, 1874. He died April 14, 1891. Lived Galilee, Penn. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

1937 X NATHAN, b. Dec. 16. 1830. Galilee, Penn. 

1938 X POLLY JANE, b. March 24. 1833, Galilee, Penn. 

1939 X SUSAN MARIE, b. April 4. 1836. Galilee. Penn. 

1940 CATHARINE E.. b. June 16. 1840; m. Albert Burton. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

1941 DAVID, b. July 24, 1843; d. Civil War; unm. 

1942 X JOSEPH R., b. Feb. 3, 1S45, Galilee, Penn. 

1943 EMILY, b. March 1, 1850, Galilee. Penn. 
1944xAN^"IE, b. Jan. 7, 1853, Galilee, Penn. 

NATHAN SUTLIFF (19 37). 
Son of 1852; married Delia Lilly. 
CHILDREN. 1944a JOSEPHINE, Ida, Kate and Jennie. 

POLLY JANE SUTLIFF (1938). 
Daughter of 1852; married Simeon Bush, June 3, 1832. Live 
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CHILDREN. 

1945 FRANK E., b. May 19, 1853. 

1946 JOSEPH WEBSTER, b. Sept. 2, 1S54. 

1947 ANNA ROSALIE, b. July 19, 1858. 

1948 GEORGE OLIN, b. Aug. 5, 1858. 

1949 ZERNA EVELYN, b. Sept. 14, 1860. 

1950 FLORA EDITH, b. Nov. 12, 1863. 

1951 LULA MAY, b. Sept. 26, 1866. 

1952 RALPH WEBER, b. May 28, 1S69. 

1953 BERTHA AGNES, b. June 17, 1S71. 

1954 JAMES LEE, b. Dec. 9, 1874. 

SUSAN MARIE SUTLIFF (1939). 
Daughter of 1852; married James Mornington, died Damascus, 
Penn. She died Galilee. 
CHILDREN. 

1955 HOLBERT. Charles, Minnie, Rose, Bertha, Sarah Ger- 
trude, James and Ona. 

JOSEPH R. SUTLIFF (1942). 
Son of 1852; married Jennie Murphy, Honesdale, Penn., born 
February 4, 1S55, Orange county, N. Y. Live Galilee, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1956 FREDERICK S., b. May 25, 1870; married Clara Gilder- 
sleeve; n. i. 

1957 GEORGE P., b. Oct. IS, 1874, Galilee, Penn.; unm. 

1958 THOMAS JOSEPH, b. Feb. 26, 1880; m. Daisy Burton, 
Tuckahoe, N. Y. Had Joseph and Jennie M., b. Tuckahoe, West- 
chester county, N. Y. 

EMILY SUTLIFF (1943). 
Daughter of 1852; married Lemando F. Tyler, September 24, 
1871, Damascus, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 1959 FRANK B., Sidney J., and Annie D. 

ANNIE SUTLIFF (1944). 
Daughter of 1852; married Henry Hendrix, October 1, 1872, Da- 
mascus, Penn. 

CHILDREN. 19 60 HARRY, Edwin, Frederick. 

CAROLINA] SUTLIFF (1853). 

Daughter of 1833; married Jacob Keesler, July 8, 1827, b. July 
8, 1805, and died April 23, 1893. She died March 16, 1887. Lived 
Damascus, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1960a HARRIET A., b. Sept. 2. 1829; unm. 

1960bxWILLIAM J., b. April 5, 1832; m. Mary E. Reynard. 

1960cxCLARISSA E., b. Aug. 18, 1834; m. Horatio Hedsell. 

1960dxDAVID S., b. June 20, 1837; m. Carmitha Tyler. 



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DAVID SUTLIFF (1854). 

Son of 1833; married Julia A. Smith, September 27, 1838. Bethel, 
N. Y., born December 29, ISll, Connecticut, and died April 25, 
1888. He died September 11, 1888; moved to Galilee, Penn., 1S41. 
CHILDREN. 

1960e JOSEPH SMITH, b. , 1840; killed Civil War; unm. 

1961 X HIRAM BRIGHAM, b. Sept. 27, 1842, Galilee, Wayne 
county, Penn. 

1962 OLIVE, b. June 22, 1844, Galilee, Penn. 

1963 X LYMAN KEESLER, b. June 22, 1846, Galilee, Penn. 

1964 X MARTHA, b. Nov. 29, 1851, Galilee, Penn. 
1965xMARY, b. Nov. 29, 1851, Galilee, Penn. 

HIRAM BRIGHAM SUTLIFF (1961). 
Son of 1854; married Margaret Thoein, Youngville, N. Y.; died 
March 10, 1905. 
CHILDREN. 

1966 X CARL A., b. April 23, 1874, Reynoldsville, Penn. 

1967 X FREDERICK D., b. Oct. 11, 1876, Colville, Penn. 

1968 Minnie V., b. March 1, 1880; d. July 21. 1880. 

CARL A. SUTLIFF (1966). 
Son of 1961; m. Estella L\-nne, June 29, 1904, Tuscarora, N. Y., 
born September 24, 18 8 4, Grand Rapids, Mich. Live Tuscarora, 
N. Y.; n. i. 

FREDERICK D. SUTLIFF (1967). 
Son of 1961; married Grace E. Chamberlain, June 17, 1900, 
Corning, N. Y., born October 13, 1876, Farmington, Penn. Live 
Addison, N. Y.; n. i. 

OLIVE SUTLIFF (1962). 
Daughter of 1854; married David W. Berry, May 17, 1868, Da- 
mascus, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1969 ALICE, b. March 2 6, 1869, Galilee, Wayne county, Penn. 

1970 GARRETT, S., b. Nov. 17, 1871, Galilee, Penn. 

1971 X BERT, b. Sept. 13, 1873; m. ; d. July 24, 1909. 

1972 WILLIAM H., b. Sept. 23, 1875, Galilee, Penn. 

1973 ROBERT M., b. Sept. 21, 1877, Galilee, Penn. 

1974 OTTO A., b. April 25, 1882, Galilee, Penn. 

1975 FLOYD H., b. Sept. 4, 1885, Galilee, Penn. 

LYMAN KEESLER SUTLIFF (1963). 
Son of 1854; married J. Annie Mclntyre, November 4, 1873, 
Honesdale, Penn. Live Galilee, Penn. Wagon maker. She was 
born May 26, 1853, Damascus, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1978 X IRAK MARY. b. June 14. 1876, Galilee, Penn. 

1979 X ELIZABETH lONA, b. May 18, 1881, Galilee, Penn. 

1980 VERNA BEATRICE, b. Feb. 4, 1885; d. March 10, 1886. 



150 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

IRAH MARY SUTLIFF (1978). 
Daughter of 1963; married David R. Rose. May 18, 1905, born 
January 3, 1873. 
CHILDREN. 

1981 IRAH, b. Jan. 15, 1906; d. Jan. 16, 1906. 

1982 DAVID, b. Jan. 15, 1906; d. Jan. 17, 1906. 

ELIZABETH lONA SUTLIFF (1979). 
Daughter of 1963; married Fred A. Rutledge, April 10, 1900, 
born May 26, 187 9, Galilee, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1983 BEATRICE ANNA, b. June 21, 1901, Galilee, Penn. 

1984 HAROLD WILLIAM, b. Jan. 26, 1908, Rutledgedale, Penn. 

MARTHA SUTLIFF (1964). 

Daughter of 1854; married Galen Wilmarth, Dec. , 1871, 

Bethany, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1985 EVA, b. Feb. 1, 1874, Cold Springs, Wayne county, Penn. 

1986 GEORGE, b. Nov. — , 1875, Cold Springs, Penn. 

1987 DAVID, b. June — , ISSO, Cold Springs, Penn. 

1988 MAUDE, b. Dec. — , 1882, Cold Springs, Penn. 

1989 FRANK, b. Nov. — , 1885, Cold Springs, Penn. 

MARY SUTLIFF (1965). 
Daughter of 1854; married George O. Hitchcock, October 3, 
1874, Galilee, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

1990 GERTRUDE, b. Sept. 11, 1875, Galilee, Wayne county, 

Penn. 

1991 JOSEPH, b. Dec. 15, 1876, Galilee, Penn. 

1992 JULIA, b. April 21, 1879, Galilee, Penn. 

1993 EDNA, b. Dec. 14, 1S84, Galilee, Penn. 

1994 MARGARET, b. Aug. 24, 1887, Galilee, Penn. 

1995 ETHEL, b. March 27, 1890, Galilee, Penn. 

ABIATHAR SUTLIFF (1836). 
Son of 1829; married Clara Webster, January 15, 1805, Wolcott, 
Conn., b. October 15, 1781, Gilead, Conn., and died February 7, 1852. 
He was killed at Milford (now Dorset), O., January 9, 1822, having 
moved there in 1821. 
CHILDREN. 

1996 X ANSON RICHARD, b. Jan. 5, 1806, Tolland county. Conn. 
Went to New York State when quite young. 

1997 ABIATHAR LYMAN, b. Oct. 8, 1807; murdered April — , 
1854; n. i. 

1998 X NATHAN HENRY, b. Sept. 7, 1809, Smyrna, N. Y. 

1999 X JOEL, b. May 19, 1812, Smyrna, N. Y. 



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2000 X HIRAM CHESTER, b. Jan. 30. 1814, Tolland county, Conn. 

2001 DAUGHTER, b. March 24, 1817; d. March 25, 1817. 

ANSON RICHARD SUTLIFF (1996). 

Son of 1836; married Elizabeth Bump, , 1847, Alabama, 

Genesee county. N. Y., b. March 28, 1832, and died September 3, 
1855. Moved in 1S4S to Janesville, Rock county. Wis., where she 
died. He was killed by the Indians at Pike's Peak, about 1856. 
CHILDREN. 

2002 xTHADDEUS WARSAW, b. March 29, 1850, Janesville, 
Wis. 

2003 X HENRY BUTLER, b. , 1852; d. Birmingham, Ala., 

1899. 

2004 X RALPH PARKER, b. April 4, 1854, Janesville, Wis. 

THADDEUS W. SUTLIFF (2002). 
Son of 1996; married Ida L. Currier, September 1, 1875, Spring- 
field, S. Dak., b. October 4, 1855, Oregon, 111. Live Hawarden, la. 
Postal clerk. 
CHILDREN. 

2005 EFFIE MAY, b. July 10, 1876; d. Dec. 12, 1884. 

2006 HARRY WARSAW, b. Nov. 13, 1877; d. March 27, 1878. 

2007 RALPH W., b. Jan. 25, 1883, Douglas county, S. Dak. 
Lives Spokane. 

RALPH PARKER SUTLIFF (2004). 
Son of 1996; married Addie F. Mclntire, April 17, 1887, born May 
16, 1866. 
CHILDREN. 

2008 MABEL ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 20, 1888, San Luis Obispo, 
Calif. 

2009 EARL HARVEY, b. July 9, 1890; d. Aug. 13, 1905. 

2010 RAMONA PAULINE, b. July 20, 1894, San Luis Obispo, 
Calif. 

2011 HATTIE SOPHIA, b. Sept. 2, 1897, San Luis Obispo, Calif. 

NATHAN HENRY SUTLIFF (1998). 
Son of 1836; married Lois E. Webster, July — , 1835, Bolton, 
Conn., born March 27, 1815, and died October 4, 1845. He died 
November 4, 1884, Glenwood, la. 
CHILDREN. 

2012 HENRY HARRISON, b. , 1838; d. Dec. 12, 1842. 

2013 X CLARA ELVIRA, b. Aug. 12, 1840, Gilead, Tolland county. 
Conn. 

2014 X CHARLES WEBSTER, b. ; m., first, , one child; 

m., second, , one child; moved to Oregon. 

CLARA ELVIRA SUTLIFF (2013). 
Daughter of 1998; m., first, John Carl, March 27, 1859, Buffalo, 
Mo. He died in hospital, New Orleans, 1870; married, second. 






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152 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

George Seavey, December 1, 1875, Glenwood, la. Lives Oberlin, 

Kans. 

CHILD BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

2015 X WILLIAM EUGENE, b. Sept. 14, 1861, Spring. Boone 
county, 111. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND HUSBAND. 

2016 CHARLES DENNISON. born Sept. 14, 1876. 

2017 EDWARD INGRAHAM, b. July 5, ISSO, Sappa, Decatur 
county, Kans.; m. Effie Wheelan, July 11, 1906; n. 1. 

WILLIAM EUGENE CARL (2015). 

Son of 2013; married Maud A. Lindsy (widow of Bomar), 

July 1, 1893, Glenwood, la. She was born December 22, 1861, 

Glenwood, la. 

CHILDREN. 

2018 BESSIE VIVIAN, b. July 31, 1894, Glenwood, la. 

2019 JOHN KENNETH, b. Dec. 2, 1896, Glenwood, la. 

2020 JEAN DONALD, b. Feb. 6, 1899, Glenwood, la. 

2021 RAY RUSSELL, b. March 15. 1902, Glenwood, la. 

JOEL SUTLIFF (1999). 
Son of 1836; married, first, Polly Sillimon, of Pittsburg, Penn., 

died May — , 1854; second, Mary Carroll, , 1S5S, Milbrook, 

Mercer county, Penn. She died December 6, 1S8S, Ashtabula, O. He 
died February — , 1886, Steward, 111. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

2022 ABIATHAR W.. b. Sept. 12, 1837; killed Civil War; unm. 

2023 X CLARA V»'., b. Jan. 22, 1839, Pittsburg, Penn. 

2024 ELIZABETH, b. April 5, 1842; d. July 15, 1845. 

2025 HENRY JASPER, b. Nov. 12. 1844; d. Civil War; unm. 

2026 DEBORAH CORDELIA, b. Feb. 18, 1845; m. Joseph C. 
Baird. Had four children; d. Beatrice, Neb. 

2027 HARRIET, b. March 25. 1847; d. Jan. 27, 1852. 

2028 X MILTON S., b. Dec. 25, 1850, Harrisville, Mercer county- 
Penn. 

2029 X WILLIS B., b. Sept. 8, 1852, Sycamore, Wyandotte coun- 
ty. O. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

2030 X CALVIN DELOS, b. July 1, 1857, Milbrook, Penn. 

2031 X EDITH, b. Aug. 23, 1859, Milbrook, Penn. 

CLARA W. SUTLIFF (2023). 
Daughter of 1999; married Lyman Delos Willcox, October 14, 
1858, Como, 111. Live Steward, 111. 
CHILDREN. 

2032 ARTHUR L., b. Aug. 21, 1860, Como, 111. 

2033 HARRIET R., b. Nov. 29, 1861, Como, 111. 

2034 WILLIAM A., b. March 9, 1862, Como, 111. 




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SUTLIFF GENEALrOGY. 153 

2035 ELLA M., Dec. 24, 1864, Como. 111. 

2036 DELIA X., b. Feb. 21, 1868, Steward. 111. 

2037 CLARA B., b. July 9. 1876, Steward. 111. 

MILTON SILLIMON STTTLIFF (2028). 
Son of 1999; married Clara Whittlesey, October 8, 1878; she was 
a descendant of Lord Whittlesey of England. Her mother was a 
Whittier, whose ancestor came over in the Mayflower. In 187 8. 
moved to Beatrice, Neb., thence, 1906, Smith Center, Kans. 
CHILDREN. 

2038 JOEL WILLIS, b. Nov. 2, 1879, Gage county. Neb.; unm. 

2039 IVA ELEANOR, b. Sept. 30, 1884; m. Clavin S. Griffith. 

2040 FERN EVELYN, b. March 15, 1887. 

2041 MERTIE SILLIMON, b. June 11, 1889; d. March 18, 1891. 

2042 BELMA ETHLIENNE, b. June 13, 1891; d. April 26, 1905. 

2043 WARREN DELOS, b. June 19. 1892. Jefferson county, Neb. 

2044 LOIE ELSIE, b. April 7, 1893. 

2045 MABEL SHIRLEY, b. June 25, 1894. 

WILLIS B. SUTLIFF (2029). 
Son of 19 99; married Ellen R. Peale (relative of the noted states- 
man of England), January 12, 1876, Reynolds township, Lee county, 
111., where she was born February 6, 1857. Live Burr Oaks, Kans. 
CHILDREN. 

2046 MAE E., b. Nov. 21, 1876, Reynolds, 111.; m. Louis Bunker. 
April 26, 1904. Had Edith and Harry. 

2047 KITTIE, b. June 18, 1876; m. Everett Myers, Burr Oak, 
Kans., Jan. 11, 1899. Had Frances, Ruby, Arthur, Fay and Helen. 

2048 DELIA W., b. Nov. 18, 1883; died Jan. 13, 1899. 

2049 EDNA E., b. May 15. 1890; m. Fred A. Frazier. 

2050 HARRY W., b. Dec. 31, 1893. Burr Oak, Jewell Co., Kans. 

2051 ALICE, b. Nov. 2, 1895; d. Jan. 12, 1898. 

2052 ARTHUR REA, b. Sept. 14, 1898, Burr Oak, Kans. 

CALVIN DELOS SUTLIFF (2030). 
Son of 1999; married, first, Sarah Connor, May 9, 1880, Canon 
City, Colo., born August 13, 1859, Madison, O., and died February 
18, 1894, Linsville, Penn.; second, Elizabeth Aull, February 26, 
1901, Pittsburg, Penn. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

2053 JAMES ERNEST, b. April 19, 1882, Milbrook, Penn. 

2054 HAROLDINE, b. Feb. 10, 1884, Ashtabula, O. 

2055 VERN, b. June 11, 1886, Ashtabula, O. 

2056 ARTHUR PAUL, b. Aug. 27, 1892, Pittsburg. Penn. 
CHILD BY SECOND WIFE. 

2057 WILLIAM AULL, b. July 28, 1903, Pasadena, Calif. 

EDITH SUTLIFF (2031). 
Daughter of 1999; married Charles M. Hazen, May 16, 1880, Mil- 
brook, Penn. 



154 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN. 

2058 NEVIAN, b. , 1881; m. JVIartin Nicols. Had Russel. 

2059 ELMA, b. , 1883; m. A. Beckal. Had daughter. 

2060 MARY, b. , 1893. 

HIRAM CHESTER SUTLIFF (2000). 
Son of 1836; married Mary A. Burnett, April 20, 1843, Milbrook, 
Penu., born October 23. 1819, Hubbard, O., and died September 12, 
1892, Hartford, O., and be died Hartford, Trumbull county, O., 
August 19, 1901. 
CHILDREN. 

2061 HIRAM CHESTER, Jr., b. Feb. 8, 1844; d. Nov. 28, 1847. 

2062 X AMANDA LOESA, b. May 15, 1850, Dorset, O. 

2063 X BYRON REED, b. April 25, 1854, Dorset, O. 

2064 xEMMARETTA, b. Oct. 20, 1857, Orangeville, Trumbull 

county, O. 

2065 X FLORA AMELIA, b. Dec. 24, 1862, Hartford, O. 

AMANDA LOESA SUTLIFF (2062). 
Daughter of 2000; married George W. Bailey, October 19, 1898. 
Middletown, Conn.; n. i. 

BYRON REED SUTLIFF (2063). 
Son of 2000; married Clara E. Carlton, Dec. 5, 1888, Vienna, O. 
Live Nutwood, Trumbull county, O. Merchant, farming imple- 
ments, etc. 
CHILDREN. 

2066 HAZEL LILLIE, b. April 22, 1890. Hartford, O. 

2067 MARY AMANDA, b. April 27. 1892, Hartford, O. 

EMMARETTA SUTLIFF (2064). 
Daughter of 2000; married George C. Hofins, September 25, 1878, 
Youngstown, O. 
CHILDREN. 

2068 X GEORGE CHESTER, Jr., b. Nov. 8, 1879, Hartford, O. 

2069 MYRTLE MAY, b. March 16, 1890; m. Theo. Stewart, Dec. 
15. 1908. 

GEORGE CHESTER HOFINS, Jr. (2068). 
Son of 2064; married Gertrude Crawford, June 12, 1900. 
CHILDREN. 

2070 CHESTER CRAWFORD, born Jan. 14, 1903, Sharpsville, 
Penn. 

2071 MAYWARD MILFORD, b. March 12, 1905, Sharpsville, 
Penn. 

2072 RAYMOND ROBERT, b. Feb. 8, 1909, Sharpsville, Penn. 

FLORA AMELIA SUTLIFF (2065). 
Daughter of 2000; married Thomas P. McKelvey, May 13, 1884. 
Sharpsville, Penn., born May 6, 1857. Irwin, Venango county, Penn. 
Live Sharon, Penn. 



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CHILD. 2073 HIRAM PERRY, b. Feb. 15, 1886, Hartford, O.; 
m. Florence Snyder, of Galion, O., Sept. 30, 1908. Live Sharon, Penn. 

NATHAN SUTLIFF (1837). 

Son of 1829; married Polly Hutchinson, December 5, 1805, born 
March 2, 1790, and died June 2, 1852, Sherburne Hill (near 
Smyrna), N. Y. He died Wheatland, N. Y., May 11, 1857. 
CHILDREN. 

2074 HOPY, b. July 30, 1807; d. Sept. 20, 1822. 

2075xMILO, b. Oct. 23, 1809, Smyrna, N. Y. 

2076 X JULIUS N., b. May 9, 1812, Smyrna, N. Y. 

2077 X CYNTHIA, b. June 18, 1814; d. April — , 1815. 

2078 NELSON, b. May 21, 1S16; d. Aug. 21, 1817. 

2079 CYNTHIA, b. April 4, 1818, Smyrna, N. Y. 

2080 NELSON, b. May 10, 1S20, served Mexican War. Assassi- 
nated, Mexico City, Oct. 14, 1849. 

2081 MARY, b. March 27, 1S26; m. Wm. VanOver; n. i. 

2082 X HOPY M., b. . 

2083 ESTHER ANNA, b. April 29, 1832; m. James Lusk; n. i. 

MILO SUTLIFF (2075). 

Son of 1837; married, first, Damaris Case, b. , 1813; died 

July 6, 184 3; n. i.; second, Adaline Pratt, b. , 1825, Sherburne, 

N. Y., and died August 30, 1857; third, an Ohio lady. He died sud- 
denly, Cleveland, O. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

2084 MORRIS, b. ; m. Dora M. Breck, , 1864. Had 

William E., b. , 1865; Maude E., b. , 1867; Bessie D., b. 

, 1869. 

2085 CHARLES, b. . 

CHILD BY THIRD WIFE. 

20S6 JULIUS N., b. April 17, 1868. 

JULIUS N. SUTLIFF (2076). 
Son of 1837; married Mary A. Hester, March 13, 1839, near 
Clarksville, Tenn., born February 15, 1823, Halifax county, Va., and 
died May 2, 1893, Crittenden county, Ky. He died February 9, 1869, 
Crittenden county, Ky. 
CHILDREN. 

2087 HENRY H., b. May 14, 1842; died April 8, 1844. 

2088 JULIET H., b. Feb. 6, 1845; m. J. C. Cardin, Dec. 10, 
1860; n. i. 

CYNTHIA SUTLIFF (2077). 

Daughter of 1837; married Horace Barber, November 9, 1835, 
Smyrna, N. Y., born March 2 5, 1812, Rhode Island, and died Novem- 
ber 30, 1877. She died January 1, 1876. 

CHILD. 2089 x JULIES S., b. Aug. 9, 1838, Smyrna, N. Y. 



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JULIES S. BARBER (20S9). 
Son of 2077; married Delphurnia A. Willcox, January 3, 1864, 
Smyrna, N. Y. She was born June 12, 1843, Smyrna, N. Y. Live 
there. 
CHILDREN. 

2090 X JESSE D., b. Jan. 3, 1865, Smyrna, N. Y. 

2091 CORA A., b. Oct. 21, 1870; m. Gardner N. Willcox, July 
2, 1905. He was born Dec. 5, 1862; n. i. 

JESSE D. BARBER (2090). 
Son of 2089; married Nellie A. Graham, July 4, 1889, born August 
14, 1871. 
CHILDREN. 

2092 GLADYS A., b. July 1, 1890, Smyrna, N. Y. 

2093 JULIUS GRAHAM, b. Oct. 16, 1893, Smyrna, N. Y. 

2094 PHILIP R., b. Jan. 10, 1897, Smyrna, N. Y. 

HOPY M. SUTLIFF (2080). 
Daughter of 1837; married Norman Harmon. She died October 6, 
1870, Kentucky. 
CHILDREN. 

2096 CHARLES, b. July 31, 1860; unm.; Live Smyrna, N. Y. 

2097 JULIUS, b. Jan. 8, 1863; unm.; lives Smyrna, N. Y. 

SARAH SUTLIFF (1830). 
Daughter of 26, baptized Durham, Conn., December 7, 1740; mar- 
ried Timothy Scott, November 9, 1757. He was born April 21, 1731. 
CHILDREN. 

2098 BEDE, b. Nov. 5, 1758; m. Wm. Wilcox, 1780. 

2099 LENCE, b. Feb. 18. 1764. 

2100 SARAH, b. April 20, 1770. 

NATHANIEL SUTLIFF (1831). 
Son of 26; married, first, Hannah (nee Prichard) Strickland, 
widow of John Strickland; second, Irene Selkrig, widow of John, 
November 3, 1791. Hannah died January 9, 1792, and was daughter 

of James, born Milford, Conn., , 1698, and granddaughter of 

Benjamin, born January 31, 1657, whose ancestors first appeared in 
Weathersfield, 1640. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

2101 TITUS, b. July 25, 1764; d. April 28, 1774. 

2102 HANNAH, b. Oct. 8, 1766. 

2103 ANNAH, b. Nov. 7, 1768. 

2104 NATHANIEL, b. Dec. 12, 1770. 

2105 X JOHN, b. Feb. 19, 1773, Wolcott, Conn. 

2106 X TITUS, b. April 19, 1774. 

2107 X RUTH, b. March 15, 1778. 

2108 SARAH TIBBALLS, b. May 28. 1780. 

2109 ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 3, 1782. 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 157 

JOHN SUTLIFF (2105). 
Son of 1831; married Eunice Munson, born 1778, and died 1845, 
Woodtick, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

2110 X ANSON, b. Aug. 26, 1798. 

2111 STATIRA, b. , 1800; m. Jerry Williams, Meriden, 

, 1835. 

2112 X JOHN, b. Aug. 2, 1802. 

2113 X LUCIUS, b. Jan. 19, 1806. 

2114 X LUCAS, b. , 1808. 

ANSON SUTLIFF (2110). 
Son of 2105; married Mehitable Comstock, September 12, 1819, 
Deep River, Conn., born Scotland, and died July 6, 1866. He died 
May 9, 1857. 
CHILDREN. 

2115 WILLIAM ANSON, b. Aug. 21, 1820; died in infancy. 

2116 HARRIET A., b. Sept. 16, 1821; m. Samuel Fowler, May 
17, 1840; d. May 10, 1852. Had Frances A., b. April 21, 1841; m. 
Higby. 

2117 X ELIZA R., b. Oct. 29, 1823. 

2118 X SAMUEL ANSON, b. Aug. 17, 1825. 

2119 WILLIAM ALBERT, b. Sept. 2 9, 1829; d. Sept. 10, 1897; 
unm. 

ELIZA R. SUTLIFF (2117). 
Daughter of 2110; married Kelsey Curtiss, April 11, 1847; died 
May 27, 1864. They had — 2120 George Gilbert; 2121 Lucy; 2122 
William Albert; 2123 Frank Arthur; 2124 x Edgar Sutliff, born 
February 14, 1856; and Emma, Lilla and Kate. 

EDGAR CURTISS SUTLIFFE (2124). 
Son of 2117; married Mary Cotterill, June 10, 1897, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

2128 ALBERT COTTERILL, b. March 15, 18 98, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

2129 FRANK CURTISS, b. Feb. 26, 1900, San Francisco, Calif. 
NOTE: William Albert Sutliffe, son of Anson (2110), was a 

lawyer in Minnesota, who met with gratifying success in his pro- 
fession; and fully realizing his duty to the children of his brothers 
and sisters, and especially his sister Eliza, he felt that he could 
the better perform such duty by remaining single and devoting his 
life and estate to their welfare. He took great interest in the lad 
Edgar Sutliff Curtiss, his nephew, and the latter, partly out of 
high regard for this uncle, changed his name to Edgar Curtiss 
Sutliffe and is now a respected citizen of San Francisco. William 
Albert was known as a conscientious, able and faithful lawyer, as 
well as man. 



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158 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

SAMUEL AxVSON SUTLIFFE (2118). 
Son of 2110; married Lydia J. Isbell, Januao' 3, 1847; born 
February 20, 1829, and died January 7, 1894, Little Falls, Minn. 
He died January 30, 1879. 
CHILDREN. 

2130 X ELBERT A., b. Jan. 6, 1848, Hartford. Conn. 

2131 X ELLA A., b. May 13, 1850, Hartford. Conn. 

2132 X SAMUEL MERRITT, b. Jan. 10, 1S52, Hartford, Conn. 

2133 X HARRIET A., b. March 19, 1856, Winsted, Conn. 

2134 xIDA MAY, b. Feb. 17, 1860, near La Crescent, Minn. 

2135 X ELSIE F.. b. March 9, 1863, farm. La Crescent, Minn. 
2136xRUFUS JOHN. b. Feb. 17, 1866, Waseca, Minn. 

2137 ULYSSES L., b. Oct. 31, 1869. Live Marigold, Calif. 

2138 FRED GUY, b. Oct. 10, 1871; d. March 26, 1877. 

2139 LYDIA J., b. Jan. 10, 1875; d. Jan 18, 1875. 

ELBERT A. SUTLIFFE (2130). 
Son of 2118; married Rose O'Donnell, February 9, 1879. 
CHILDREN. 

2140 ELLA A.. Lydia J., d. in infancy; Ebert, Anson, Matilda, 
Neal, Harriet, Mary, Rose, John, Samuel, Ruth and Ida May. All 
b. at Little Falls, Minn. 

ELLA A. SUTLIFFE (2131). 
Daughter of 2118; married Simon H. Drum, March 29, 1868, 
Waseca, Minn., where they live. He was born Ft. Gratiot, Mich., 
April 14, 1840. His father was killed at Mexico City, September 
13, 1847, during siege. 
CHILDREN. 

2141 AGNES, b. July 2, 1869, Waseca, Minn. 

2142 LUCY, b. Sept. 29, 1871, Waseca, Minn. 

2143 SIMON HENRY, b. May 3, 1875, Waseca, Minn. 

2144 ANDREW BOGGS, b. Sept. 29, 1876, Waseca, Minn. 

2145 LYDIA JEAN, b. Feb. 9, 1879, Waseca, Minn. 

2146 ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 5, 1881, Waseca, Minn. 

2147 SAMUEL ANSON, b. Feb. 24, 1884, Waseca. Minn. 

2148 ELLA MARY, b. April 23, 1885, Waseca, Minn. 

2149 EFFIE, b. Feb. 20, 1888, Waseca, Minn. 

2150 WILLIAM FINDLEY, b. Nov. 13, 1890, Waseca, Minn. 

2151 MARGARET, b. April 16, 1894, Waseca, Minn. 

SAMUEL MERRITT SUTLIFF (2132). 
Son of 2118; married Amanda B. Clothier, at Hammond, Wis. 
Foreman, Copper Mine, Hinkley, Minn, 
CHILDREN. 

2152 S. MERRITT, b. June 21, 1877, Hammond, Wis. Address 
unknown. 

2153 X LAURA BRICIE, b. July 21, 1878, Hammond, Wis. 



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SUTLIFF GENEALrOGY. 159 

2154 LUCY, b. ; d. in infancy. 

2155 ALICE MAY, b. ; d. in infancy. 

2156 SAMUEL, b. ; d. in infancy. 

2157 LYDIA ISBEL, b. ; adopted through an institution 

by persons unknown. 

2158 GROVER CLEVELAND, b. ; adopted by persons un- 
known. 

2159 RUBY AGNES, b. March 26, 1890, Hammond. Wis. 

LAURA BRICIE SUTLIFF (2153). 
Daughter of 2132; married Urias J. Stotesbery, May 31, 1897. 
Live Barry, Minn. 
CHILDREN. 

2160 OLIVE AMANDA, b. April 27, 1898, Barry, Minn. 

2161 RUSSELL LaMOIN, b. Sept. 6, 1900, Barry, Minn. 

2162 CECIL FAY, b. Sept. 25, 1902; d. July 19, 1904. 

2163 LYLE JES3ILEE, b. Nov. 14, 1904, Barry, Minn. 

2164 PERCY ROSEVELT, b. Jan. 25, 1907, Barry, Minn. 

HARRIET AUGUSTA SUTLIFFE (2133). 
Daughter of 2118; married Geo. Willis Stewart, January 31, 
1879, born September 28, 1854, Libertyville, III. Live Floriston, 
Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

2165 ROBERT JUDD, b. Jan. 13. 1887, Mandau, N. Dak. 

2166 INEZ MARIE, b. July 28, 1892, Bismarck, N. Dak. 

IDA MAY SUTLIFFE (2134). 
Daughter of 2118; married, first, L. B. Roach, of Halifax, N. S., 
November 11, 18 76. He died October 14, 18 80; second, Amos 
McGee, of Wakefield, N. B., November 5, 1881. He was born No- 
vember 21, 1841. Live Folsom City, Calif. 
CHILD BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

2167 EDITH F., b. Jan. 26, 1880. Swan River township, Minn. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND HUSBAND. 

2168 SAMUEL ANSON, b. Oct. 8, 1882, Brockway, Sterns 
county, Minn. 

2169 HARRIET AUGUSTA, b. March 22, 1885; m. Nov 14 
1906. 

2170 GEORGE AMOS, b. Aug. 16, 1887, Rice, Benton county, 
Minn. 

2171 MARY IDA, b. Jan. 3, 1892. Rice. Minn. 

2172 ELBERT BLAINE, b. April 30, 1894, Rice, Minn. 
-2173 WILLIS STEWART, b. April 9, 1899, Rice, Minn. 

ELSIE F. SUTLIFFE (2135). 
Daughter of 2118; married John T. Morrison, June 2, 1882, 
Duluth, Minn., born December 25, 1854, Ontario, Canada. Live 
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160 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN. 

2174 RUFUS JOHN, b. Sept. 24, 1884. Ellendale, N. Dak. 

2175 IDA CHRISTENA, b. Oct. 2, 1887; d. April 26, 1904. 

2176 ELTA JUNE, b. Feb. 9, 1891, Little Falls, Minn. 

2177 PETER HARKER, b. July 23, 1894, Little Falls, Minn. 

RUFUS JOHN SUTLIFFE (2136). 
Son of 2118; married Mary Larson, November 13, 1891, Elm- 
dale, Morrison county, Minn., born January 5, 1873, Denmark. 
Live Little Falls, Minn. 
CHILDREN. 

2178 LUCY, b. Aug. 20, 1892, Swan River, Morrison county, 
Minn. 

2179 ALLAN ULYSSES, b. Oct. 12, 1893, Swan River, Minn. 

2180 CAROLINE, b. Dec. 5, 1894, Swan River, Minn. 

2181 HENRY GILBERT, b. July 25. 1S96, Swan River, Minn. 

JOHN SUTLIFFE (2112). 
Son of 2105; married, first, Mary A. Daji;on, November 22, 1828, 
New Haven, Conn., born September 29, 1805, and died May 6, 1841; 
second, Rebecca Miles at Cheshire, Conn. When 16 years old he 
left home, having bought his time from his father and agreeing to 
pay therefor $100; secured work on a farm at $7 per month includ- 
ing board; afterwards secured employment in a factory at ivory 
comb making, paying his father, and in the meanwhile saving so 
that he was able to form a partnership with three other young men 
for the carrying on of a new venture in the comb business. His 
habits of industry and economy, as well as his financial ability, at- 
tracted the attention of his neighbors so that he was solicited to 
join some of them in the manufacture of furniture castors and to 
relinquish his comb manufacturing business. The new business 
started on a very small scale, and with close application and the use 
of sound judgment and business principles, it soon was on the road 
to prosperity; and expanded so that it included the making of all 
kinds of furniture trimmings. It became necessary to construct an 
extensive plant, including a large brass and iron foundry, which now 
employs hundreds of hands. He was a man of quick intuition, 
grasping at a glance the conditions and opportunities; also he was 
one who was constantly absorbing knowledge and information from 
others. He died June 23, 1897, Meriden, Conn., highly respected 
and honored by his fellow townsmen for his uprightness and in- 
tegrity. 
CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

2182 X MARY ANN. b. Nov. 22, 1832; d. Dec. 22, 1859. 

2183 JOHN A., b. Sept. 28, 1837; d. Nov. — , 1908; unm. 

2184 X JAMES R., b. July 10, 1839, Meriden, Conn. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

2185 EDGAR M., b. June — , 1853; d. Sept. — , 1853. 

2186 ABBIE R., b. May — , 1855; d. Oct. — , 1859. 



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SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 161 

MARY ANN SUTLIFFE (21S2). 
Daughter of 2112; married Frederick A. Higby. 
CHILDREN. 
21S7 IDA M. 
21SS WILLIAM R. 

JAMES R. SUTLIFFE (21S4). 

Son of 2112; married Sarah D. Easton, November 2, 1869. 
Entered into the factory in which his father was interested, and 
through his ability and personal merit attained advancement until 
the entire responsibility of the business was cast on his shoulders, 
reaching the position of superintendent and afterward that of presi- 
dent. He died January 18, 1902. 
CHILDREN. 

21S9 HATTIE, b. Feb. 27, 1S71, Meriden, Conn.; m. Dr. Os- 
wald A. Parker, Wakefield, Mass. 

2190 JAMES HENRY, b. Sept. 19, 1873, Meriden, Conn. 

LUCIUS SUTLIFFE (2113). 

Son of 2105; married Rachel H. Foote, March 4, 1827; died 
October 1, 1893. He died February 19, 1899; served three years' 
apprenticeship at carpentry. Became a successful and extensive 
contractor. 
CHILDREN. 

2191xSAMUEL MORSE, b.'jan. 23, 1828, Southington, Conn. 

2192 JAMES, b. Jan. 4. 1830; d. in infancy. 

2193 JAMES, b. April 15, 1S31; d. in infancy. 

2194 X FREDERICK, b. April 15, 1833, Southington, Conn. 

2195 X LUCAS, b. June 16, 1S36, Southington, Conn. 

2196 LUCIUS, b. ; d. in infancy. 

2197 X CHARLES B.. b. Oct. 4, 1839, Southington, Conn. 

2198 X ANNA M., b. Nov. 20, 1S49, Southington, Conn. 

SAMUEL MORSE SUTLIFFE (2191). 
Son of 2113; married Margaret Griffin. May 20, 1860; became 
bookkeeper, then engaged for himself in manufacturing and mercan- 
tile enterprises. Was postmaster of Bristol, Conn., in 1865; ac- 
quired property and retired from active business during the last 
eighteen years of his life, spending his winters in Florida. He led 
an upright and honorable life, and was highly respected by all who 
knew him. He died January 7, 1899. 

FREDERICK SUTLIFFE (2194). 

Son of 2113; married Adelaide C. Raymond, November 17, 1859, 
Southington, Conn., born September 20, 1836, and died January 3, 
1876. He died August 11, 1890. 
CHILDREN. 

2199 X FREDERICK ARTHUR, b. Sept. 18, 1860, Cooperstown, 
N. Y. 



162 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

2200 X EDWIN R., b. Feb. 27, 1S66, Southington, Conn. 

2201 ELOISE L., b. April 17. 1871; d. Sept. — . 1871. 

2202 X CLAUDE V., b. Jan. 10, 1874, Southington, Conn. 



FREDERICK ARTHUR SUTLIFFE (2199). 
Son of 2194; married Mary J. Vivian, February 27, 1884, South- 
ingtor Conn., born December 31. 1859. Cheshire, Conn. Her 
parents, George and Mary J. (Reynolds) Vivian, came from Red- 
ruth, Cornwall county, England. 
CHILDREN. 

2203 RAYMOND VIVIAN, b. June 28, 1885, Southington, Conn. 

2204 MINNIE LAZELL, b. Nov. 23, 1891. Southington, Conn. 

EDWIN R. SUTLIFFE (2200). 
Son of 2194; married Carrie F. Beers, January 1, 1890, New- 
town, Conn., born September 1, 1862. Live Bridgeport. Conn. 
CHILD. 2205 LOIS, b. Jan. 20, 1891. Southington, Conn. 

CLAUDE V. SUTLIFFE (2202). 
Sob of 2194; married Blanche Hyatt, daughter of Fire Chief 
Isaac C. Hyatt, June 13, 1900, Meriden, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

2206 ADELAIDE, b. April 28, 1902. 

2207 RUTH, b. April 10, 1904; d. Dec. 21, 1904. 

2208 MORGAN, b. Jan. 10, 1909. 

LUCAS SUTLIFFE (2195). 
Son of 2113; married Harriet Langdon. He died February 19, 
1806. 
CHILDREN. 

2209 X FANNIE E., b. May 29, 1859, Southington, Conn. 

2210 X FRANK L., b. Feb. 6, 1861, Southington, Conn. 
2211xHATTIE L., b. April 22, 1865, Southington, Conn. 

2212 CHARLES L., b. April 16, 1870; d. in infancy. 

2213 x BERTHA F., b. Nov. 12, 1875, Southington, Conn. 

FANNIE E. SUTLIFFE (2209). 
Daughter of 219 5; married W. C. Upson, at Southington, Conn., 
where they live. 
CHILDREN. 

2214 CLIFFORD, b. Nov. 3, 1885, Southington, Conn. 

2215 KENNETH, b. May 13, 1897, Southington, Conn. 

FRANK L. SUTLIFFE (2210). 

Son of 2195; married Mabel Peck. June 20. 1883, Unionville, Conn. 
She died April 12, 1906. Live New Haven, Conn. 

CHILD. 2216 LILLIAN MAY, b. April 16, 1886, Unionville, 
Conn. 



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HATTIE L. SUTLIFFE (2211). 
Daughter of 2195; married Charles Kilborn, June 27, 1888. Live 
Philadelphia, Penn. 
CHILDREN. 

2217 RODNEY, b. April 7, 1890, New Haven, Conn. 

2218 HELEN SOPHIA, b. March 28, 1898, Hazelton, Penn. 

BERTHA F. SUTLIFFE (2213). 
Daughter of 2195; married John Curren, April 20, 1898, New 
Haven, Conn. 

CHILD. 2219 LANGDON, b. April 12, 1904. 

CHARLES G. SUTLIFFE (2197). 
Son of 2113; married, first, Esther Frisbie; second, Jennie Hills; 
third, Martha Higby. 

CHILD by Esther was son, who d. in infancy. 
CHILD by Jennie was Charles H., who d. in infancy . 
CHILD by Martha was 2221 James, b. . 

ANNA M. SUTLIFFE (2198). 
Daughter of 2113; married Wm. J. Frisbie, December — , 1869, 
Southington, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

2222 ESTHER, b. Oct. 8, 1870; m. Frank Tredway, Cleveland, 
O. 

2223 MATTIE, b. Aug. 12, 1876; m. Frank Suebly, Dayton, O. 

2224 SAMUEL, b. Sept. 6, 1885. 

LUCAS SUTLIFFE (2114). 

Son of 2105; married Maria A. Upson, Wolcott, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

2226 CAROLINE M., b. June 28, 1833; m. Robt. Shephard, 
Marion, Conn.; had Imogene. 

2226 HARVEY W., b. Sept. 25, 1839; d. Oct. 27, 1839. 

2227 FRANKLIN B., b. June 2, 1841. 

TITUS SUTLIFFE (2106). 
Son of 1831; married, first, Anna Greeley; second, Roxanna Sel- 
kirk; third, Anna Green. He died , 1844, Liverpool, O. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

2228 X GARRETT, b. July 4, 1800, Wolcott, Conn. 

2229 X NANCY, b. , 1802; m. Wm. Hurbut. Had Leicester, 

who m. in Painesville, O., and had Wm. H., who lives in Cleveland, 
O.; also Vira and George. 

2230 X FANNIE ELVIRA, b. Aug. 22, 1804, Wolcott, Conn. 
2230a xDELEVAN, b. . 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

2231 X JOSEPH B., b. , 1814, Wolcott, Conn. 



164 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

2232 X LEICESTER TITUS, b. Sept. 17, 1815, Wolcott, Conn. 

2233 X ELIZA, b. July 25, 1819, Wolcott, Conn. 

2234 WILLIAM, b. , 1825, Wolcott, Conn. 

CHILD BY THIRD WIFE. 

2235 MARIA, b. . 

GARRETT SUTLIFF (2228). 
Son of 2106; married Susan Cassett of Waterbury, Conn., died 
July 28, 1887, Ithaca, Mich. He died July 28, 1864, Litchfield, 
Medina county, O. 
CHILDREN. 

2236 X NATHAN GARRETT, b. Nov. 11, 1833, Liverpool, Medina 
county, O. 

2237 RENALDO, b. ; d. in infancy. 

NATHAN GARRETT SUTLIFF (2236). 
Son of 2228; married Phebe J. Rice, of North Eaton township, 
Lorain county, O., January 24, 1854; moved to Ithaca Springs, 
Mich, 1866. Served Civil War. Live Ithaca, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2238 X HARVEY RICE, b. April 8, 1855, Olmsted Falls, O. 

2239 La FRANCES GARRETT, b. Oct. 21, 1857; d. April 14, 
1862. 

2240 X VIRGIL RENALDO, b. April 11, 1860, Litchfield, Medina 
county, O. 

2241 FRANKLIN NATHAN, b. July 17, 1864; d. May 19, 1904; 
n. i. 

HARVEY RICE SUTLIFF (2238). 
Son of 2236; married Lillie E. Val Alstine, May 4, 1884. born 
Poplar Grove, 111., March 9, 1862. Lives Pasadena, Calif. 
CHILDREN. 

2242 GRACE ADELL, b. Aug. 6, 1885, Ithaca, Mich. 

2243 ORRIS NATHAN, b. Oct. 18, 1893, Pasadena, Calif. 

VIRGIL RENALDO SUTLIFF (2240). 
Son of 2236; married Jeanette M. Brown, September 18, 1890, 
Pasadena, Calif., born November 10, 1864, Catarangas county, N. 
Y.; moved to Pasadena, January 11, 1889. She went there Septem- 
ber 9, 1890. 
CHILDREN. 

2244 HELEN PHEBEL, b. Nov. 5, 1891, Pasadena, Calif. 

- 2245 KATHERINE LOUISE, b. June 6, 1899, Pasadena, Calif. 

FANNIE ELVIRA SUTLIFF (2230). 
Daughter of 2106; married Abram E. Palmer, August 8, 1830, 
Liverpool, Medina county, O., born March 4, 1802; moved to Illinois 
1836. He died Winnebago county. 111., 1842. She returned to Liver- 
pool, O., thence Berea, O., where she died February 13, 1854. 
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SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 165 

CHILDREN. 

2246 NANCY ELVIRA, b. Oct. 8, 1832; d. Dec. 19, 1834. 

2247 NANCY MELVIRA, b. Nov. 23, 1835; m. J. O. Ludlow; 
n. i. 

2248xHULBERT HOPSON, b. Sept. 8, 1840, Pecktonica, 111. 

2249 X CAROLINE ELSTON, b. Nov. 15, 1842, Pecktonica, 111. 

HULBERT HOPSON PALMER (2248). 
Son of 2230; married (Mrs.) Ellen (Harrington) Cole, daughter 
of Weaver and Nancy Harrington, of Columbia, Lorain county, O., 
July 7, 18 64. She died July 4, 190 5. Farmer. Lives Bellevue, 
Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2250 X ELLA NANCY, b. Oct. 18, 1865, Bellevue, Mich. 

2251 X HULBERT HARRINGTON, b. March IS, 1867, Bellevue. 
Mich. 

2252 X CHARLES WEAVER, b. April 24, 1872, Bellevue, Mich. 

2253 X ELSTON FORCE, b. April 24, 1872, Bellevue, Mich. 

ELLA NANCY PALMER (2250). 
Daughter of 224S; married Edw. Hartson, December 24, 1891, 
Bellevue, Mich. Live Penfield, Calhoun county, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2254 VADA MAY, b. Nov. 22, 1892, Bellevue, Mich. 

2255 CHARLES ELSTON, b. April 21, 1894, Bellevue, Mich. 

2256 LUELLA MAUD, b. July 12, 1895, Walton. Eaton county, 
Mich. 

2257 HAZEL ANGELINE, b. May 19, 1897, Clarendon, Mich. 

2258 ALTA ELLEN, b. Oct. 12, 1898, Clarendon, Mich. 

2259 LORA PEARL, b. Feb. 9, 1901, Bellevue, Eaton county, 
Mich. 

2260 VELMA ARLEAN, b. Feb. 6, 1903, Bellevue, Mich. 

2261 BLANCHE ELIZABETH, b. March 19, 1906, Bellevue, 
Mich. 

HULBERT HARRINGTON PALMER (2251). 
Son of 2248; married Mary A. Young, March 25, 1887, Bellevue, 
Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2262 FREDERICK ELSTON, b. Oct. 8, 1888, Bellevue, Mich. 

2263 IVA ANGELINE, b. Sept. 2, 1894, Bellevue, Mich. 

2264 FLARON MURL. b. March 13, 1898, Bellevue, Mich. 

2265 MERRILL CLAUD, b. Dec. 25, 1901, Bellevue, Mich. 

CHARLES WEAVER PALMER (2252). 
Son of 2248; married Maude E. Master, February 23, 1895, 
Charlotte, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2266 IRENE ELLEN, b. Jan. 17, 1896; d. Oct. 8, 1897. 

2267 GEORGE HULBERT, b. Oct. 7, 1899, Kalama, Mich. 



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166 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

ELSTON FORCE PALMER (2253). 
Son of 2248; married Vena C. Rosencrantz, June 8, 1899, Mar- 
shall, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2268 BERNICE GWENDOLIN, b. Jan. 7, 1901, Bellevue, Mich. 

2269 LYLE GRADON, b. Sept. 17, 1902, Lee. Calhoun county, 
Mich. 

/ CAROLINE ELSTON PALMER (2249). 

Daughter of 2230; married John J. Vaughan, September 10, 1861, 
La Fayette, O. 
CHILDREN. 

2274 ELVIRIA HANNAH, b. July 13, 1862; d. May 16, 1890; 
n. i. 

2275 X ELLA ORELIA, b. Feb. 8, 1865, Montville, O. 

2276 X FRANK HENRY, b. April 28. 1867, Leroy, Medina county, 
O. 

2277 X GEORGE OZERO, b. March 11, 1870, Newark, Gratiot 
county, Mich. 

2278 EMMA JANE, b. Aug. 2, 1871; d. Sept. 14, 1875. 

2279 X JOHN ELSTON, b. Oct. 11, 1873, Newark, Mich. 

2280 CARRIE EMMAZELLA. b. May 7, 1876; d. Oct. 25, 1878. 

2281 X FANNIE FLORETTA. b. Aug. 28, 1879, Newark, Mich. 

ELLA ORELIA VAUGHAN (2275). 
Daughter of 224 9; married Myron E. Rogers, March 10, 1882, 
Newark, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2282 X CORA LLEWELLA, b. Jan. 20, 1883. Crystal Lake. Mich. 

2283 KATHARINE CAROLINE, b. April 16, 1885, Emerson, 
Gratiot county, Mich. 

2284 JOHN CORDIN, b. Nov. 9,- 1890, Emerson. Mich. 

2285 BERNICE ARENIA, b. Nov. 1, 1895; d. July 3, 1897. 

CORA LLEWELLA ROGERS (2282). 
Daughter of 2275; married John Z. Bruce, March 15, 1904, Elgin, 
HI. 
CHILDREN. 

2286 HAZEL BERNICE. b. Jan. 24, 1905, Fergus Falls, Minn. 
SON, b. Feb. 7, 1907; d. Feb. 8, 1907. 

FRANK HENRY VAUGHAN (2276). 
Son of 2249; married Katharine R. Moor, October 17, 1888. 
Maple Rapids, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2287 VIRGIL LEANDER, b. Sept. 27, 1887, Newark, Mich.; n. i. 

2288 OSCAR FRANKLIN, b. Dec. 9, 1889, Milton, Wayne 
county, O. 

2289 BESSIE JANE, b. April 25, 1893, Milton, O. 



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2290 JAY PALMER, b. Aug. 16. 1895. Milton, O. 

2291 FLOSSIE, b. July 3, 1903, Leroy, O. 

GEORGE OZERO VAUGHAN (2277). 
Son of 2249; married Bertha De Witt, December 15. 1901, St. 
John. Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2292 LENNA EMMASELLA, b. March 11, 1903, St. John, Mich. 

2293 KENNETH DeWITT. b. Sept. 8, 1905. Westfield, Medina 
county, O. 

2294 EZMA PEARL, b. Aug. 24, 1906, Lansing, Mich. 

2295 LLEWELLA CAROL, b. June 23, 1908, Lansing, Mich. 

JOHN ESTON VAUGHAN (2279). 
Son of 2249; married Maude Krebel, November 15, 1895, St. 
John, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2296 VERA BELLE, b. Feb. 21, 1897, Newark, Gratiot county, 
Mich. 

■ 2297 MATTIE ROSENIA, b. July 7, 1899, Bengal, Mich. 

2298 CLARENCE DWIGHT, b. July 22, 1901, Riley, Clinton 
county, Mich. 

2299 CLEMTINA CARRIE, b. Sept. 2, 1903, Riley, Mich. 

2300 MYRON FRANKLIN, b. Nov. 4, 1905, Riley, Mich. 

FANNIE FLORETTA VAUGHAN (2281). 

Daughter of 2249; married Hurburt D. Ziegler, February 8, 1898, 
Ithaca, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

CHILD, b. Dec. 24, 1898; d. Dec. 26, 1898. 

2301 PANEY VIOLA, b. July 29, 1900; d. March 7, 1901. 

2302 BLOOMA ALBERTIA, b. Jau. 25, 1902, Westfield. O. 

2303 JOHN HENRY, b. Jan. 1, 1904, Westfield, O. 

DELAVAN SUTLIFF (2230a). 
Daughter of 2106; married Ezra Gates at Montville, Medina 

county, O. She died , 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

2304 BEDA ANN, b. ; d. in infancy. 

2305 FRANKLIN B., b. ; served in Civil War. Surveyor 

out west. 

2306 ADELE, b. ; m., first, — Richards; second, — Ab- 
bott. 

2307 ANN, b. . 

JOSEPH B. SUTLIFF (2231). 
Son of 2106; married Barbara Noles. 

CHILD. 2307a X JOSEPH J., b. ; farm Columbiana county, 

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168 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

JOSEPH J. SUTLIFF (2307a). 
Son of 2231; married Sarah J. Hess, Bristolville, Trumbull county, 
O., born September 4, 1S40. He served in Civil War. 
CHILDREN. 

2308 X MYRON J., b. June 7, 1867, farm Bristolville, O. 

2309 X MARCUS H., b. Jan. 20, 1870, farm Bristolville, O. 

2310 X FREDERICK F., b. Feb. 2, 1872, farm Bristolville, O. 

2311 X CLARENCE C, b. Feb. 3, 1875. Bristolville, O. 

2312 xELVARENE, b. Oct. 31, 1878. Bristolville, O. 

2313 MARY E., b. Feb. 5, 1S83, Bristolville, O. 

MYRON J. SUTLIFF (2308). 
Son of 2307a; married Blanche Kincade, February 26, 1893, 
Bristolville, O. 
CHILDREN. 

2314 KENNETH ELDEN, b. July 17. 1898, Bristolville, O. 

2315 AUBREY CHRYST, b. Nov. 24, 1903. Fowler. Trumbull 
county, O. 

2316 WAYxNE NORTON, b. Jan. 3, 1905. Farmington. O. 

2317 OLIVE KINCAID. b. May 23. 1908. Bristolville, O. 

MARCUS H. SUTLIFF (2309). 
Son of 2307a; married Hattie Hickox, East Farmington, Trum- 
bull county, O. Live Bristolville, Trumbull county, O. 
CHILDREN. 

2318 JOSEPH WILLIAM, b. July 10, 1904, Farmington, O. 

2319 FLORENCE LETTIE, b. Jan. 17, 1909, Farmington. O. 

FREDERICK F. SUTLIFF (2310). 
Son of 2307a; married Delia Murphy, March 6. 1894, Bristol- 
ville, O. 
CHILDREN. 

2320 TODD EARL, b. May 24, 1895, Bristolville, O. 

2321 LINNA, b. July 26, 1897, Bristolville, O. 

2322 LYLE REGINALD, b. June 19, 1900, Bristolville. O. 

2323 MERLIN DUANE, b. Nov. 4. 1901, Bristolville. O. 
23 24 NEAL MAXWELL, b. Feb. 20, 1904, Bristolville, O. 
2325 BONNIBELLE, b. Sept. 12, 1907, Bristolville, O. 

CLARENCE C. SUTLIFF (2311). 

Son of 2307a; married Jennie Dean, February 24, 1900. Bristol- 
ville, O.. born July 4. 1881, Bazetta. Trumbull county. O. Live 
Painesville. O. 

CHILD. 2326 HAROLD DEAN, b. June 18. 1900, Bristol- 
ville, O. 

ELVARENE SUTLIFF (2312). 

Daughter of 2307a; married R. G. Mayhew, Bristolville, O., born 
July 31, 1878, North Bristol, O. Live Mantua, O. 

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SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 169 

LEICESTER TITUS SUTLIFF (2232). 
Son of 2106; married Elizabeth Fones, September 19, 1839, 
Canaan, N. Y. He died September 29, 1900. She died June 6^ 
1891, both at Lansing, Mich. 
CHIl^DREN. 

2328 WILLIAM L., b. June 15, 1841; d. May 5. 1842. 

2329 X CHARLES HENRY, b. April 3, 1843, Liverpool, O. 
2330xLYDIA JANE, b. March 30, 1845, Liverpool, O. 

2331 GEORGE EDWARD, b. Dec. 29, 1846; m. Perlia Casey; 
n. 1. 

2332 ELIZABETH MARIA, b. Jan. 19, 1857; m. Edw. Brown; 
n. i. 

2333 MARTHA ELLEN, b. March 20, 1858; m. J. W. Franks; 
n. i. 

2334 IDA MAY, b. July 1, 1862; d. Sept. 14, 1862. 

CHARLES HENRY SUTLIFF (2329). 

Son of 2232; married Eliza M. Rhoades, November 18, 1868, 
Hillsdale, Mich. He died January 19, 1907. 
CHILDREN. 

2335XDELLA AVANELLE, b. June 30, 1871, Lansing, Mich. 

2336 HERBERT CHARLES, b. Jan. 22, 1875, Lansing, Mich. 

2337 X IDA MAY, b. Aug. 29, 1877, Lansing, Mich. 

2338 LELA E., b. June 23, 1879; d. July 24, 1880. 

2339 GEORGE TRUE, b. Feb. 2, 1881, Lansing, Mich. 

2340 FRANKLIN WALTER, b. July 16, 1884; d. Sept. 5, 1897> 

DELLA AVANELLE SUTLIFF (2335). 
Daughter of 2329; married Charles Rowe, October 2, 1897, Mt. 
Pleasant, Mich. Live Lansing, Mich.; n. 1. 

IDA MAY SUTLIFF (2337). 
Daughter of 2329; married William Rose Lesher, August 26, 
1902. 

CHILD. 2341 MARY, b. March 29, 1905, Lansing, Mich. 

LYDIA JANE SUTLIFF (2330). 

Daughter of 2332; married George Graham, May 15, 1867, Lans- 
ing, Mich., born November 20, 1839, Plymouth, Wayne county, Mich. 
Live Lansing, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2342 GEORGE BERT, b. Sept. 1, 1870; d. Oct. 6, 1870. 

2344 ELSIE PEARL, b. July 11, 1876, Delta, Mich.; m. Durell 
L. Gould, May 19, 1902. Had one son, b. Aug. 30, 1903. 

ELIZA SUTLIFF (2233). 
Daughter of 2106; married Lucius Allis, at Chatham, O. Live 
Hillsdale, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2345 X LEMUEL ADELBERT, b. May 27, 1844, Chatham, O. 

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LEMUEL ADELBERT ALLIS (2345). 

Son of 2233; married Mary E. Howe, December 30, 1869, Allen, 
Mich., born February 20, 1853. Live Hillsdale, Mich. 
CHILDREN. 

2347 xINA B., b. Feb. 8, 1871, Hillsdale. Mich. 

2348xDELLA MAY, b. May 2, 1875, Hillsdale, Mich. 

2349 LUCIUS G., b. Aug. 27, 1882, Hillsdale, Mich. 

INA B. ALLIS (2347). 
Daughter of 2345; married Frank A. Weston, April 16, 1890, 
Hillsdale, Mich., born August 31, 1867, Dover, Cayhuga county, O. 
Ltvo N. Dover, O. 
CHILDREN. 

2350 ETHEL RHODA, b. Dec. 26, 1898, Dover, O. 

2351 WELLS ADELBERT, b. June 8, 1901, Dover, O. 

DELLA MAY ALLIS (2348). 

Daughter of 2345; married Rev. William F. Cole, September 3, 
1902, Hillsdale, Mich. Live Onsted, Mich. 

CHILD. 2352 IDA ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 10, 1906, Onsted, 
Mich. 

WILLIAM SUTLIFF (2234). 
Son of 2106; married, December 28, 1847. He died July 7, 1890, 
Eureka Springs, Ark. 

CHILD. 2353 X MARY, b. . 

MARY SUTLIFF (2353). 

Daughter of 2234; married William Brown, of Coxsockie, N. Y., 
September 3, 1873, Elyria, O. She died January 25, 1888, Eureka 
Springs, Ark. 

CHILD. 2354 LESTER W. BROWN, b. Sept. 7, 1880. Lives 
Rouse Point, N. Y. 

RUTH SUTLIFF (2107). 
Daughter of 1831; married Thomas Richardson, Jr., December 
24, 1797. 
CHILDREN. 

2355 IRA, b. Oct. 12, 1798. 

2356 JULIUS, b. Nov. 14, 1800. 

2357 GARRY, b. Sept. 2, 1802. 

2358 GOLDSMITH, b. April 14, 1805. 

ANNA SUTLIFF (27). 
Daughter of 8; married Peletiah Clark, June 26, 1735, Haddam, 
Conn. She died March 16, 1738-9. He was born March 5, 1713-14, 
and died September — , 1754. 
CHILDREN. 

2359 RUBEN, b. Nov. 20, 1735. 

2360 HANNAH, b. June 16, 1737. 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 171 

SAVAGE GENEALOGY. 
(Vital Statistics of Rehoboth.) 

JOHN SAVAGE 

Married Sarah Bowen, May 16, 1672, buried August 22, 1678; in 
King Philip's War, 1676. 
CHILDREN. 
xxSARAH, b. March 10, 1674; m. Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr., 1691. 

MARY. b. . 

ELIZE, b. Jan. 11, 1675. 

MARY, b. June 5, 1678. 



JUDSON GENEALOGY. 
(History of Stratford and Bridgeport (Orcott) P. 1228.) 

WILLIAM JUDSON 

Born Yorkshire, England; went to Concord, Mass., 1634, re- 
mained four years; thence Hartford, Conn., and in 1639 to Strat- 
ford. First wife, Grace. 
CHILDREN. 

Joseph, b. 1619, England; Jeremiah, b. , England; Joshua, 

b. , England. 

JOSEPH JUDSON 

Son of William and Grace Judson, came to Stratford, Conn., when 
19 years old, in 167 2; Lieutenant of Local Military Company; 
served in Kang Philip's War, receiving special mention from his 
superior officers for his capabilities as a field officer. 
CHILDREN. 

SARAH, b. March 2, 1645. 

JOHN, b. Dec. 10, 1647-8. 

JAMES, b. April 24, 1650-1. 

GRACE, b. Feb. 19, 1651. 

JOSEPH, b. March 10, 1654. 

HANNAH, b. Dec. 13, 1657. 
xxESTHER, b. Aug. 20, 1660; m. Benjamin Curtiss (Sutliff an- 
cestor). 

JOSHUA, b. Oct. 27, 1664. 

RUTH, b. Oct. 27, 1664. 

PHEBE, b. Oct. 29, 1666. 

ABIGAIL, b. Sept. 13, 1669. 



COE OR (COOE) GENEALOGY. 
(History Stratford and Bridgeport, Conn., P. 1117.) 

ROBERT COOE 
Born Suffolkshire, England, 1596; sailed April 10 and landed 
Boston, June, 1634; married Anne, born 1591; settled, first. Water- 
town; moved to Wethersfield, thence Stamford and finally Hemp- 
sted, L. I. 



172 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN. 

John, Robert and Benjamm. 

ROBERT COB 

Son of Robert and Anne Cooe, born 1627, England; married 

Hannah . He accompanied his parents to Watertown, Welh- 

ersfield, Stamford, and Stratford, where he married; died , 

1659. 
CHILDREN. 

HANNAH, b. Oct. or Dec. 17, 1651; Susanna, b. 1653. 

SARAH, b. 1656, and John, b. 1658. 

JOHN COE 

Son of Robert and Hannah Coe; married Mary, daughter of 
Joseph Hawley, December 20, 1682; joined Stratford church, 
August 3, 1684; Ensign (Lieut.), 1701; representative, 1701; cap- 
tain and again representative, 1715; died April 19, 1741. 
CHILDREN. 

Job, b. May 1, 1683; Robt., b. Sept. 21, 1684, lived Durham, 
xxHANNAH, b. April 14, 1689; married James Curtiss (Sutliff 
ancestor); Mary, b. Aug. 11, 1691; John, b. Dec. 5, 1693; Sarah, b. 
March 26, 1696; Ephraim, b. Dec. 18, 1698; Catharine, b, Sept. 23. 
1700; Abigail, b. Nov. 11. 1702; Ebenezer, b. Aug. 18, 1704. 



CURTISS GENEALOGY. 
(Curtiss Genealogy by Fred H. Curtiss.) 

JOHN CURTISS 

Baptized September 15, 1857, Nazing, England; married Elizabeth 
Hutchins, April 19, 1610. 
CHILDREN. 

John, bapt. Feb. 26, 1614-15, Nazing, England; William, bapi. 
June 21, 1618, Nazing, England; Thomas, bapt. March 12, 1619-20. 
Nazing, England. 

JOHN CURTISS 

Son of John and Elizabeth (Hutchins) Curtiss; sailed August 10, 
1635, for Roxbury, Mass.; remained until 1639, thence to Wethers- 
field; thence, 1640, to Caphay (Stratford); married Elizabeth Wells 
(sister of Governor Wells); served in King Philip's War, attaining 
the rank of Ensign (lieutenant); died March 9, 1681-2, Stratford, 
Conn. (See N. E. Hist, and Geneal. Reg. Vol. 43, P. 272.) 
CHILDREN. 

John, b. Oct. 14, 1642; Israel, b. April 3, 1644-5; Elizabeth, b. 
May 2, 1647; Thomas, b. Jan. 14. 1648; Joseph, b. Nov. 12. 1650; 
Benjamin, b. Sept. 30, 1652, and Hannah, b. Feb. 2, 1654. 

BENJAMIN CURTISS 
Son of John and Elizabeth (Wells) Curtiss, born September 30, 
1652, Stratford; married Esther, daughter of Joseph and Sarah 



SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 173 

Judson, March 23, 16S0-S1. She died August 27, 1703. He was a 
representative in the General Assembly for Stratford for several 
years, and in May, 1714, was appointed Naval Officer of the port of 
Fairfield, Conn. 
CHILDREN. 

John, David, Ruth, Hester and James, b. May 4, 1686. 

JAMES CURTISS 

Son of Benjamin and Esther (Judson) Curtiss; married Hannah, 
daughter of Lieutenant John Coe. James was one of the original 
proprietors of Durham, Conn., 1708. 
CHILDREN. 

James, Ruth, Sarah, Esther. Mary, Phebe, John, David, Hannah, 
Abigail and 

xxEUNICE, b. June 23, 1734, Durham, Conn.; m. Samuel Sutliff, of 
Haddam, March 21, 1755. 



ALLEN GENEALOGY. 
(Hist, of Deerfield, Mass., by Sheldon.) 

EDWARD ALLEN 

Of Ipswich, 1658; weaver; 1666, leased a farm, barn burned 1678; 
received grant of sixty acres at Suffield, Conn., and moved there 
about that time; died November 21, 1696. 
CHILDREN. 

John, b. Aug. 9, 1659; Sarah, Edward, Sarah, Elizabeth, William, 
Martha, Benjamin, Abigail, Samuel, Mary and Caleb. 

JOHN ALLEN 

Son of Edward, went with his father to Suffield, Conn., and re- 
ceived grant of forty acres; sold this and bought sixty acres at "The 
Bars," near Deerfield, Mass., of John Pynchon, May 11, 1704; killed 
during the war (1704) by Indians, wife taken and killed in the 
woods. 
CHILDREN. 

John, John, Richard, Elizabeth, Sarah, Joseph, and 
xxBENJAMIN, b. April 8, 1693 (SutlifC ancestor), and Ebenezer. 

BENJAMIN ALLEN 

Son of John (supra) returned to Suffield from "The Bars"; mar- 
ried Abigail Jaquish, of Suffield (the Suffield records say of Brad- 
ford), 1718. She died October — , 1746. He died February 23, 
1742. 
CHILDREN. 

Abigail, Ebenezer, Susanna, Jaquish, Ruben and 
xxRUTH, b. Feb. 22, 1733; m. Seth Granger (Sutliff ancestor). 



174 SUTLIFF GENEALOGY. 

NOTE: Hon. Milton Sutliff made a memorandum to the effect 
that his mother, Ruth (Granger) Sutliff, told him she had learned 
from her mother, Ruth Allen, that the maiden name of the mother 
of Ruth Allen was Jaquish. Some writers are inclined to hold that 
Ruth Allen was a daughter of Ebenezer Allen and Mercy Allen, of 
Suffield, aud that the marriage of Ebenezer and Mercy was a union 
of the two well known Allen families, one being originally of Deer- 
field, Mass., thence to Suffield (a part of them); the other being of 
Windsor, thence Suffield. The latter having furnished Ethan Allen, 
a distinguished Revolutionary General. (See Seth Granger, in Gran- 
ger Genealogy.) 



GRANGER GENEALOGY. 

(Geneal. Hist, of Launcelot Granger, by James M. Granger.) 

LAUNCELOT GRANGER 

Born in England; married Joanna, daughter of Robert Adams and 
Eleanor, of Newberry, January 4, 1653; died September 3, 1689, 
Suffield, Conn. Went with the inhabitants of Suffield, Conn., to 
Westfield, Mass., and was severely wounded in the attack on that 
town during King Philip's War. (See Soc. of Colonial Wars, 189 9- 
1902.) 

NOTE: The Robert Adams (supra) was born Devonshire, Eng- 
land, 1601, and died Newberry, October 12, 1682. He was of Royal 
pedigree. (See infra Pedigree CXXXVIH.) 
CHILDREN. 

John, Thomas, George, Robert, Mary, Elizabeth, Dorothy, , 

Samuel, Hannah and Abraham, b. April 17, 1673. 

ABRAHAM GRANGER 

Son of Launcelot; married, first, daughter of Deacon John Han- 

chett, and Esther Prichell, of Suffield; second, Hannah , who 

died June — , 172 6. Lived Suffield, Conn. 

CHILD BY FIRST W^IFE. Benjamin. 
CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

Abraham, b. Jan. 5, 1719; Seth, b. May — , 1723; Hannah, b. May 
28, 1726. 

SETH GRANGER 

Son of Abraham; married Ruth, daughter of Ebenezer Allen and 
Mercy Allen, of Suffield. She was born February 22, 1733. Lived 
Granville, Mass. He died May 4, 1751, Granville, Mass. Took part 
in the siege of Louisburg, Cape Breton; lost his health. 
CHILDREN. 

Abigail, Seth, Seba, Levi, Ann, 
xxRUTH, b. Dec. 23, 1770; m. Samuel Sutliff. 

In the above Granger genealogy is also given all the children of 
Ruth by Samuel, to-wit: Allen, Samuel H., Levi, Milton, Calvin G., 
etc. 



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(Copied.) 

"AMERICANS OF ROYAL DESCENT." 

"GRANGER FAMILY." 

"Pedigree CXXXVIII." 

(Browning, "Americans of Royal Descent, (1894), 3d Ed." P. 508.) 

"Alfred the Great King of England, Ancestor of Edward, 

elder. King of England, who had Princess Edgwa, who had Lady 
Agnes, who had Charles, Duke of Lorain, father of 

Wagerius, Duke of Lorain, father of 

Babderik, Teutonius, m. daughter of Richard Fitz Gilbert 

Declare and had 

Nicholas, de Baschaville de Clare, who had by his wife, a daugh- 
ter of Herfastus, the Dane, 

William De Martel, Earl of Guarrena, who had by his wife 

William, Earl of Guarrena, or Warren, created Earl of Surrey, m. 
Princess Gundreda, daughter of 

xWilliam, the Conqueror of England, and had 

Lady Edith De Warren, m., first, Girard De Gournai, and had 

Hugh De Gournai, who had by his wife, Lady Millicent, 

Hugh De Gournai, Lord of Beverstan; m. Lady Julia Dampmarthe, 
and had 

Anseline De Gournai, b. 1240, who had 

Robert De Gournai, younger son, d. 1268, who had 

Anseline De Gournai, d. 1285, who had 

John De Gournai, Lord of Beverston, who had 

Lady Elizabeth De Gournai, who m. 12 81, Sir John Ab. Adam, of 
Beverston and Tidenham; Lord Ab. Adam, d. 1309, and had 

Sir John Ap. Adam, second son, from whom v/as descended (See 
Royal Descent of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Adams, of Quincy, 
Mass., in this volume) 

Richard Adams, who m. Margaret Armager, and had 

xRobert Adams, brother of William Adams, father of Henry Ad- 
ams, of Braintree, Mass., 1630 (Ancestor of the Ex-President 
Adams), who m. Elizabeth Sherland, and had 

Robert Adams, of Newbury, Mass., who came from England to 
Ipswich, 1635, lived in Salem, 1638, Newbury, 1640, and d. Oct. 12. 
1682; had ten children by his first wife, of whom 

Joanna Adams, m. Launcelot Granger, of Suffield Conn., Jan. 4, 
1654, and had, among others, 

Samuel Granger of Suffield, Conn., b. Aug. 2, 1668; m. May 16, 
1700, Esther, daughter of John Hanchett, etc., etc." 

NOTE: The above Samuel Granger was also the ancestor of the 
two Grangers who have each been Postmaster-Generals, and was 
also the brother of Abraham Granger, ancestor of some of the Sut- 
liffs. 



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PERSONS OF THE XAME OF SUTLIFF 



177 



INDEX OF PERSONS 

WHOSE NATAL NAMES 
WERE 

SUTLIFF OR SUTLIFFE 



THE REFERENXE IS TO THE MARGINAL NUMBER 
GIVEN IN THE BOOK TO THE PERSON 



Aaron, 69. 

Abbie R., 2186. 

Abla, 914. 

Abiathar, 1836, 1997, 2022. 

Abigail, 1064. 

Abraham, 1, 2, 3. 

Ada C, 206. 

Ada v., 256. 

Adelaide, 2206. 

AgTies. 244, 157. 

Albert, 2128, 707, 844. 

Albertes E., 232. 

Alfred B., 222. 

Alice, 223, 919, 996, 1010, 164, 

Allan U., 2179. 

Allen C, 1433, 1598. 

Alma, 1460. 

Almira S.. 903. 

Alura, 810. 

Alva, 777, 1601. 

Alvin, 1003. 

Amanda, 493, 2062. 

Amelia, 908. 

Anna, 27, 119, 217, 247, 870, 
1005, 1024, 2198. 

Annah, 2103. 

Anne, 1831a. 
Annie, 1944. 

Anson, 2110, 2140, 1996. 

Anthony B., 1898. 

Ardle, 198. 

Arthur L., 156. 

Asa G., 108. 

Aubrey C, 2315. 

Augrusta, 904. 

Au.stin, 153. 

Beatrice. 868, 1329. 

Belle. 137. 

Benjamin, 57, 897. 

Bert, 226. 

Bertha, 1016, 2213. 

Bertie A., 191. 

Bertscel L., 1924. 

Beryl R., 550. 

Bessie D., 2084. 

Beulah M., 922. 

Bonnibelle, 2325. 

Bruce, 138. 

Byron. 151, 755, 2063. 

Calvin A.. 699. 



Calvin Deloss, 2030. 
Calvin G., 911, 1437. 
Carl, 242, 1966, 1386. 
Caroline, 1367, 1S53, 2180. 
Caroline A., 1062. 
Caroline E., 1590. 
Caroline M., 2225. 
Caroline R., 898. 
Carrie A., 865. 
Carrie B., 192. 
Carrie E., 1604. 
Carrie M., 1377. 
Catharine, 1827, 857. 
2155. Catharine C, 1899. 
Catharine E., 1940. 
Charles, 814, 859, S90, 905, 1323, 1373, 

2085. 
Charles A„ 717, 816a. 
Charles B., 110, 701. 
Charles E., 122, 816f. 
Charles G., 2197. 
Charles H., 2329. 
Charles I., 1919. 
893, Charles L., 774, 2212, 
Charles M., 174. 840. 
Charles R., 213, 1457. 
Charles W., 186, 2014. 
Chauncey R., 1363. 
Chester G., 541. 
Clara, 1455, 1584, 2013, 2023. 
Clarence, 1375, 552, 2311, 864 1928 

759. 
Clarissa, 73, 1848. 
Clare B.. 545. 
Claude V., 2202 
Clifford D., 1602. 
Clista, 153, 
Cortes, 899. 
Curtiss, 932. 
C>-nthia. 2077, 2079. 
Daniel E., 804, 813, 
Daniel W., 1894. 

David, 815, 909, 921, 999, 1854, 1941. 
David W., 1894. 
Darwin A., 1065. 
Deborah C, 2026. 
Delaney L., 149. 
Delevan, 223a. 
Delia, 1007, 2335, 188. 
Dessle, 153. 



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SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Dora, 497. 

Dorothea L., 868a, 

Dudley "^V., 1361. 

Earl, 23Sa. 2009, 1425. 

Ebert. 2140. 

Ebin R., 916. 

Edg-ar C, 1382. 

Edgar M., 2185. 

Edith, 2031. 

Edith G., 1626. 

Edith M.. 1628, 1554. 

Edith v., 1916. 

Edna M., 766. 

Edward, 138, 802. 

Edward C. 530. 

Edward J., 48. 

Edward M., 1628. 

Edwin, 136. 2200. 

Effie M., 2005. 

Elbert A., 2130. 

Electa R., 1442. 

Ella, 1011. 

Ella A., 2131, 2140. 

Ella D., 547. 

Ella E., 705. 

Ellen J., 1450. 

Ellen S., 161. 

Ellis A.. 140. 

Eliza, 405, 2233, 2117. 

Elizabeth, 54, 65, 840, 2024, 2100. 

Elizabeth A., 212. 

Elizabeth G.. 1063. 

Elizabeth I., 1979. 

Elizabeth L., 215, 

Elizabeth M., S67, 2332. 

Elmer, 240, 446. 

Elna R., 767. 

Eloise L., 2201. 

Elsie F., 2135. 

Elton R., 1385. 

Elvarene. 2312. 

Elwin, 450. 

Emily, 697, 1943. 

Emily S.. 1615. 

Emma, 1008, 1407, 815. 

Emma D., 190. 

Emma J., 130. 

Emma L., 1390. 

Emmaretta, 2064. 

Ernest R., 1334. 

Estella P., 1S96. 

Esther, 2083. 1381, 1025. 

Ethel, 758, 503, 1426. 

Etta, 448. 

Eugene L., 816. 

Eunice, 23, 886, 912. 

Eva, 543, 176, 768. 

Evelyn C, 734, 1893. 

Ezra, 245. 

Fannie, 480. 

Fannie E.. 2209, 2230. 

Fidelia, 700. 

Flavel, 1438, 1618, 

Flora, 1018. 

Flora A., 2065. 

Flora E., 708. 

Flora v., 1586. 

Florence, 772. 

Florence E., 504. 533. 

Florence L., 2319. 

Flovd E., 135. 

Forest L., 1383. 

Francis, 778, 861, 555, 816, 816j. 

Frank, 813. 

Frank A., 711. 

Frank B., 225. 

Frank C, 2129. 

Frank E., 1006. 

Frank L.. 2210. 



Franklin B., 2227. 
Franklin C, 211. 
Franklin E., 811. 
Franklin N., 2241. 
Franklin P., 131, 
Franklin W., 532, 2340. 
Frederick, 2194. 
Frederick A., 2199. 
Frederick C 227, 233. 
Frederick D., 1967. 
Frederick E., 128. 
Frederick F., 2310. 
Frederick G., 2138. 
Gad, 59. 
Garrett, 2228. 
Genevieve E., 548. 
George, 120, 243. 1002a, 1885. 
George B., 121. 158. 
George C, 1333. 
George E., 1603. 2331. 
George G., 1370. 1376. 
George H., 1458. 
George L., S39, 1925. 
George M., 258. 
George T., 2339. 
George Vi.\. 123, 139, 860. 
Georgianna H.. 866. 
Gertie, 153, 1013. 
Gertrude E., 1926. 
Gladys, 726. 
Grace A., 740, 2242. 
Grace I., 737. 
Grace M., 1599. 
Grover C. 2158. 
Guy S., 81 6g. 
Hamlin F., 1897. 
Hannah, 6, 21, 828, 910. 2102. 
Harold, 838, 2326. 
Haroldine. 2054. 
Harriet, 2027, 2140. 
Harriet A., 2116. 2133. 
Harriet J.. 845. 
Harry, 146. 534, 2006. 
Harvey, 558. 
Harvey R., 2238. 
Harvey S.. 1446. 1589. 
Harvey "U'., 2226. 
Hatt'e, 220, 872, 2189. 
Ilattie L,., 2211. 
Hattie V., 145. 
Hattie S., 2011. 
Hazel, 241, 773, 194, 2066. 
Helen, 403. 
Helen A., 874. 
Helen J., 849. 
Helen M., 713, 818. 
Helen P., 2244. 
Helena, 863. 
Henry B., 2003. 
Henry C, 1327. 
Henry G., 2181. 
Hf-nry H„ 9nO. 2012, 2087. 
Henry J.. 2025. 
Henry P., 931. 
Herbert, 1378. 
Herbert C, 2336. 
Herman, 1379. 1384. 
Hester. 1890, 769. 
Hettie M., 1369. 
Hezekiah, 892, 902. 
Hiram. 1961. 2000, 2061. 
Homer, 1447. 1445, 1451. 
Hopy, 2074. 2082. 
Hortense, 406. 
Howard. 736, 1459. 
Hugh McC, 842. 

Ida M., 862, 2134, 2140, 2334, 2337 
Ida G., 770. 
lona M., 839. 



PERSONS OF THE NAME OF SUTLIFF 



179 



Irah M.. 1978. 

Irena. 836. 

I.sabell McC, S46. 

Isadora, 557. 

Iva v., 195. 

James, 819, SST. S94, 2192, 2193, 

James A., 127, 843. 

James E., 2053. 

James H., 4SS. 809, 1600, 2190. 

James R., 21S4. 

James S., 873, 

James W., 4S1, 

Jane MoC, S41. 

Jane S., 826. 

Janna, 62. 

Jemima, 920. 

Jennie, 221, S60, 906, 1324. 

Jesse, 74, 447. 

Jesse B., 144S. 

Jesse S., 115. 214. 

Jessie, 714, 1585. 

Joel 1999 

JoJin, 9, 19. 53, 1000. 2105, 2112. 

John A., 2183. 

John B., 1888. 

John H., 60, S25. 

John LaV., 124. 

John M., 807. 

John S., 3G.S. 1918. 

John W., S5S. 1337. 1923. 

Joseph, 26. 1S29, 1833, 1852. 

Joseph B., 229. 2231. 

Joseph J.. 2307a. 

Joseph R., 1942. 

Joseph S., 196e. 

Joseph W., 2318. 

Josephine, 235, 1403. 

Judith. 7, 22, 1441. 

Julia M., 1380. 

Juliet, 2083. 

Julius N"., 2076, 2086. 

Junice L., 1427. 

Karl, 1015. 

Katharine, 540. 1653, 2245. 

Kenneth E.. 552, 2314. 

L. B., 1328. 

LaFrances G.. 2239. 

Larned E., 1364. 

Laura. 399, .^05, 1622, 2153. 

LaVern A., 546. 

Leicester T.. 2232 

Leila D., 1920. 

Lela E., 2338. 

Lelia G., 1028. 

Leo F., 230. 

Levi, 913. 1435. 

Levi G.. 1620. 

Lewis, 831. 

Lewis D., 1004. 

Libby E.. 716. 

Lillian M.. 2216. 

Lillie J., 193. 

Linford N., 1405. 

Linna, 2321. 

Linuf. 695. 

Llewellen L.. 407, 531. 

lilovd. 13S, 735. 

Lois, 1017, 2205. 

Lola, 924. 

Lorenzo P., 39S, 1362. 

Loretta, 1002. 

Lottie G., 712. 

Louis. 2^7. 1023. 

Lovioa D.. 751. 

Lovisa, 105. 

Lucas. 2114. 2195. 

Lucetta, 112. 

Lucina, 923. 

Lucinda, 70, 114. 



Lucius, 2113, 2196. 
Lucy, 63, 1325, 2154, 2178. 
Lucy A.. 40. 
Luella M., 97, 875. 
Lula :M., 703, 756. 
221,Lydia, 397, 1663, 1835. 
Lydia B., 1624.' 
Lydia I., 2157. 
Lyd.a J.. 2139. 2140, 2330, 
Lydia M., 538, 1S91. 
Lyle, 549, 2322. 
Lyman K., 1963. 
Mabel E., 2U0S. 
Madaline C, 847. 
Malinda. 805. 
Marcus H., 2309. 
Margaret. 869, 1365. 
Maria, 2235. 
Marilla, 925. 
Marion D., 259. 
Marion, 1S9, 760. 
Martha, 1009, 1964, 2333. 
2140.:'.lartin B.. 126. 
Marvin, 1625. 
Mary, 24, 696, S05a, 998. 137Sa, 1851, 

1965, 2081, 2140, 2353. 
Mary A., 479, 2067. 2182. 
Mary C, 820, 1895. 
Mary E.. 2313. 
Mary L., 1061. 
Mary R., 1453, 1622. 
Mary S., 1449. 
Matthew. 2. 
Matilda, 1444, 2140. 
Mattie E., 706. 
Maude K., 20S4. 
Maxim E., 260. 
May, 228. 134, 814. 
Mazie, 234, 
Merlin D., 2323. 
Metta O., 246. 
. Mettie, 216. 
Michael, 1S34, 1S49. 
Milan R., 715. 
Mildred I., 539. 
Miles W.. 117. 

Milford C, 13SS. 
Milo, 2075. 

Milton, 143, 1436, 1631. 
Milton H., 152. 

Milton S., 1452, 2028. 

Minna L.. 494. 

Minnie, 15«^. 2204, 1968. 

Morg-an, 2208. 

Morris, 495. 507. 2084. 

Myron J., 2308. 

N. Warren, 248. 

Nancy, 2229. 

Nann'e M.. 1587. 

Nathan. 90S. 918, 
1029, 199S. 2236. 

Naomi, 61. 

Nathaniel, 5. «. IS, 55, 889, 1831, 2104, 

Neal, 2140, 2324. 

Nellie. 449. 162. 876. 

Nelson, 1S4, 198. 2078, 2080. 

Npttie. 163, 710. 

Nina, 132. 1409. 

Norman. 71, 544, 529. 

Obert F., 1012. 

Olive. 66. 19'^2, 1S7, 2317, 185. 

Oliver H. P., 109. 

Omar H.. 404. 

Orpha, 917. 

Orris N., 2243. 

Parintha. 926, 1335. 

Parmelia, 72. 

Paul B., 739. 

Pearl V.. 502. 



1001, 1837, 1937, 



180 



SUTLIFF FAMIL/Y. 



Phebe. 144, S16e. 
Phebe L., 1443. 
Phebe T., 1623. 
Philanda N.. 895. 
Phyllis M., 506. 
Pluma M., 175. 
Plumb, 916. 1621. 
Polly J., 1938. 
Rachel, 888. 
Ralph A., 757. 
Ralph D., 219. 
Ralph E., 1387. 
Ralph F., 210, 733. 
Ralph N., 539. 
Ralph O., 111. 
Ralph P., 2004. 
Ralph W.. 2007. 
Ramona P., 2010. 
Ray, 1406. 

Raymond, 1014, 2203. 
Rena. 1408. 
Renaldo, 2237. 
Rhoda, 150. 915. 
Robert, 553, 732. 
Rose, 2140. 
Rosetta. 118, 218. 
Roswell, 891. 
Ruby, 1410, 2159, 177. 
Rufus, 2136, 1402. 
Ruth, 2107, 2207. 
Ruth A., 554, 771. 
Ruth E., 1030. 
Ruth M., 1927, 2140. 
Salmon, 68, 702. 
Samuel, 56, 798, 817, 

1661. 2140, 2156. 
Samuel A., 211S. 
Samuel G., 928. 1368. 
Samuel H., 1434, 1619. 
Samuel M., 871. 
Samuel Merritt, 2131 
Samuel Milton, 1614 
Samuel Morse, 2191. 
Sarah, 17, 58, 67, 799, 
Sarah A., 823, 1366. 
Sarah B. 1404. 1892. 
Sarah T.. 2108. 
Savage, 20. 
Seth, 797. 

Sherman, 754, 829, 821. 
Silas B., 106. 



Solomon, 800. 
Solon D., 709. 
Statira, 2111. 
Stella E., 752. 
Stephen, 801, 806, 824, 125. 
Susan, 930. 
Sylvanus, 803. 
Thaddeus V>\, 2002. 
Theodore, 116. 1026. 
Thomas, 4, 155. 64, 408. 
Titus, 2101. 2106. 
Todd E., 2320. 
Tully, 1440. 
Truman L., 1889. 
Ulysses L.. 2137. 
Uriah C, 927. 
Van Ransaler, 694. 
Vashti G.. 901. 
Velma A., 1389. 
Vennis L,., 452. 
Vera M., 556. 
Vern, 2055. 
Verna B.. 1980. 
Viola. 496. 
Virgil R., 2240. 
Warren, 159, 402. 
Warren C, 113. 
Warren D., 725. 
Warren E., 141. 
Walter L., 812. 
TVatson L... 928. 
"Wavne N.. 2316. 
"Webster. 1850. 
T\'esley, 139. 
885, 911, 997, Wesson M.. 822. 
"Wheelan D., 731. 
Wilber H.. 142. 
William, 153, 224 

2234. 
"^nUiam A., 2057, 
2151. William B., 400, 

1616. William E., 2084. 

William H.. 129. 160. 750. 816h 
S06b, 1326, 1830. William H. H.. 107. 
William J., 896. 
William K, 2328. 
William N.. 444. 
William R., 536. 
M William T.. 1917. 
Zervlah, 1832. 



806a, 1336, 1374, 

2115, 2119. 
B30. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTL.IFF 



181 



INDEX OF PERSONS 

WHOSE NATAL NAMES 
WERE NOT 

SUTLIFF NOR SUTLIFFE 



REFERENCES TO NUMBERS ON THE MARGIN 
OR AFTER THE NAME 



Abbott , 2306. 

Dora L., 1093. 

Aber, Bertha, 1354. 
Charlotte, 1355. 
Dell, 1355. 
Edith, 1356. 
Pearl, 1358. 
Ruth, 1357. 
West J., 1341. 

Acker, Nellie, 873. 

Acre, Mabel, 530. 

Adams, Frank, 872. 
Marion, 872. 
Robert, 872. 

Alcox, Abiathar, 1728. 
David, 1728. 
Lovina, 1738. 

Alden, John, 917. 
Priscilla, 933. 
Inez, 445. 

Allen, Genealogy (see Appendix). 

Allen, Abby E., 439. 
Alice E., 425. 
Amos T., 399. 
Blendena J., 428. 
Charles L., 428. 
Clara B., 426. 
Effie, 427, 438. 
Eliza L., 423. 
Emily, 129. 
Eugene a, 442. 
Glenn L., 443. 
Inez T., 436. 
Jeanette, 897. 
Jenny M., 437. 
Lucy, 896. 
Spencer, 895. 
William H., 424. 

Allenbaugh, Andrew J., 743. 
Carl J., 747. 
Zelma C, 746. 



Allis, Delia M.. 2348. 
Ina B., 2347. 
Lemuel A., 2345. 
Lucius, 2233. 2349. 
William J., 2346. 

Allomong-, Arthur, 370. 
Cyrus, 365. 
Oscar, 372. 
Roscoe, 373. 
Wayne, 371. 

Alverson, Elwin S., 453. 
Hoyt W^, 449. 
Maxime P., 454. 

Angell, Charles S., 411. 

George W., 397, 412, 417. 
Guy, 415. 
Irma, 418. 
James L., 416. 
Katharine, 419. 
Lulu M., 413. 
Mary C, 421. 
Ross F., 422. 

Bates. Clarence T.. 1290. 
Frederick H., 1276. 
Hinsdale. 910. 
John, 1292. 
Susan T.. 1289. 

Beach, Dorliska, 701. 

Beals, Effie J., 1417. 
Inez E.. 1418. 
Orpheus W., 1404. 

Bearup John C 237. 
Oscar H., 212. 

Beckal, A., 2059. 

Beecher, Anna, 68. 

Beeman, Anna, 68. 

Beers, Carrie F., 2200. 

Behlen. Frederick. 869. 
Harold, 869. 



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182 



SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Bellows, Bertram B., 1174. 
Josiah H., 1157. 
Marjorie H., 1175. 
Ruth, 1173. 
Sydney F., 1172. 

Bennett, Daniel, 1620. 
Ella H., 1621. 
Hannah, 1437, 1636. 
Jane A., 113, 1620. 

Berry, Alice, 1969. 
Bert, 1971. 
David W., 1962. 
Floyd H., 1975. 
Garrett S., 1970. 
Mabel B., 14S0. 
Otto A., 1974. 
Robert M., 1973. 
William H., 1972. 

Best, Alonzo, 520, 525. 
Edna, 522. 
Gertrude, 524. 
Thelma, 528. 
Theodora, 526. 
Violet, 527. 
Walter C, 522. 

Billyard, Buel, 98. 
Ethelyn, 99. 
Wallace, lOO. 

Bishop, Alfred, 1237. 
Angella, 408. 
E. Carra, 1320. 
Mildred, 1033. 
Porter. 1032. 
Retta S., 1031. 
Rose M., 1319. 
Theron, 1011. 

Blaidsdell, Almira, 106. 

Blakeslee, Angle, 115S. 
Zealous, 1728. 

Blatchley, Harry R., 1745. 

Bostwick, Charles. 1663. 
Ichobod, 1802. 

Boswell, Margaret, 1694. 

Bowe, Sarah, 64. 

Bowker, Alice, 1245. 

Bowman, Ernest C, 1462. 
Paul E., 1471. 

Boyts, Harvey A., 1607. 
Jeanette I., 1611. 

Bradley, Mabel, 967. 

Bradt. Abble, 984. 
Augusta, 976. 
Charles. 979. 
Henry S., 975. 
Herman, 980. 
Ida, 982. 
Jay E., 977. 
Mary. 981. 
Sarah, 983. 
Solomon K., 973. 
Walter, 978. 



Brainard, , 65. 

Edward. 1624, 1630. 
Enos. 1732. 
James, 1732. 
Mary S., 1629. 

Brandon, Eleanor, 1434. 

Break, Dora M., 2084. 

Brewer, Cora, 520. 
John, 406, 521. 

Brigham, Aaron, 1867. 
Ada, 1936. 
Amy B., 1932. 
Caroline C. 1933. 
Clara J., 1886. 
George, 1931, 1936. 
Hattie, 1935, 1936. 
Hiram, 1S51, 1932b. 
James L., 1864. 
Joseph W., 1929. 
Luther A-, 1936. 
Mary, 1863, 1930. 
Orville, 1868. 
Truman C, 1934. 
Virgil O., 1887. 
Webster, 1932a. 

Brooks, Cornelia. 293. 
Mariam, 1078. 

Brown, Alice A., 1115. 
Amanda, 1112. 
Anna, 71. 

Clarence F. G., 1124. 
Clarence T., 1116. 
Edmund. 1110. 
Edward, 2332. 
Elery. 1111. 
Ella H., 1113. 
Euphenia. 1323. 
Frederick, 949. 
George. 922, 1117. 
Geraldine L. G., 1123. 
Harvey, 163. 
Jeanette M., 2240. 
Keith T., 167. 
Kenneth G., 168. 
Lester "W., 2354. 
Lillian, 949a, 
Lilly, 1110. 
Mabel, 1125. 
Marv, 1118. 1126. 
Mildred. 950. 
Morris K., 169. 
Pearl, 1114. 
Stephen, 939. 
Victor, 1110. 
William, 1109. 2353. 

Brownell, Horace, 1070. 

Browning. Albert H., 1453. 
Effie HL, 1461. 
Elfie A.. 1462. 
Ernest W., 1463. 
Flora S., 1465. 
Gertrude L., 1465a. 
Glenn H., 1467. 
Mabel E., 1464. 
Maud S., 1466. 

Bruce, Benjamin, 1878. 
Emma, 123. 
Hazel B.. 2286. 
John Z., 2282. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFF 



183 



Brush, Benjamin O., 115S. 
Clifford W., 1165. 
Ethel M.. 1164. 
Kva H., 1177. 
Gladys M., 1166. 
Lillian K., 1156. 
Lucella, 1176. 
Lucena G., 1157. 
Smythe C, 1167. 
Stella J.. 1159. 
William, 1133, 1178. 

Buel, Henrietta, 1622. 
Jesse, 1622. 

Bull, Catharine, 428. 

Bump, Elizabeth, 1996. 

Bunker, Edith, 2056. 
Harry, 2056. 
Louis, 2056. 

Burgess, Laura, 1572. 

Burnett, Mary A., 2000. 

Burr, David, 1726. 

Burton, Daisy, 1958. 

Bush, Anna R., 1947. 

Bertha A., 1905, 1953. 
Flora E., 1950. 
Frank E., 1945. 
George O., 1948. 
James, 1893. 
James L., 1954. 
Joseph W., 1946. 
Lula M., 1951. 
Ralph W., 1952. 
Simeon, 1938. 
Zerna E., 1949. 

Butler, Alice L., 86. 
Alma M., 650. 
Benjamin B., 648. 
Charles, 83, 652. 
Elizabeth, 79, 87. 
Emma M., 88. 
Florence E., 91. 
Georg-e. 75, 80, 82. 
Hannah J., 830. 
Harriet L., 85. 
Hester C, 645. 
Howard, 84, 90. 
Katharine J., 644. 
Lucille, 92. 
Orlando O., 651. 
Parmelia A., 649. 
Roy H., 89. 
Sarah, 81. 
Sutliff G.. 646. 
Thomas, 73. 
Wesley T., 647. 



Cadman, 



505. 



Cameron, Jane C, 291. 

Camp, Delight, 1772. 
Elizabeth, 1760. 
John S., 1769. 
Selby, 1770. 

Canfield, Jane E., 1810. 

Canhan, Rebecca, 111. 



Cardin, J. C, 2088. 

Carl, Bessie V., 2018. 
Jean, 2020. 
John, 2013. 2019. 
, Ray R., 2021. 
William E., 2015. 

Carlton, Clara E., 2063. 
Hattie. 741. 

Carroll, Ernest M., 1999. 

Carter, Celestia, 288. 
Elizur B., 904. 
Joseph, 1872. 

Case, Caroline. 931. 
Damaris, 2075. 

Casey, Perlia, 2331. 

Cassett, Susan, 2228. 

Castnor, Sarah, 702. 

Chadwick, Guy, 310. 
Joyce, 327. 
Robert, 326. 

Chamberlain, Grace E., 1967. 

Chamberlin, Elizabeth T., 653. 
Harriet J.. 654. 
Harmon, 644. 

Champlin, James, 1224. 
Josiah, 1221. 
Lovina, 1217. 
Lovisa, 1225. 
Manila, 1222. 
Parintha, 1219. 
Uriah, 1220. 
Verlina, 1218. 
William, 925, 1223. 

Chant, Harold, 870. 
Ralph, 870. 

Chapman, Sylvia, 1434. 
William E., 1688. 

Child, William, 589. 

Chilson, Myrtle, 678. 

Church, L H., 727. 

Claflin. Edward, 391. 
Harry, 393. 

Clark, Aaron, 1723, 172<1 
Anna. 1721. 
Asher. 1726. 
Austin M., 1531. 
Edith. 1533. 
Esther, 1726. 
Eunice, 1722, 1724. 
Gertrude J., 1530. 
- Hannah, 2360. 
Helen E.. 1532. 
Irvine, 1534. 
John L., 1529. 
Judith. 1736. 
. Lorain, 1519. 
Mehitable, 887. 
Oliver, 1719, 1725. 
Peletiah, 27. 



184 



SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Sarah, 8S7. 
Tampson M., 1740. 
William, 22, 1719. 

Cleaver, Augusta, 946. 
Edith, 946. 
Freda, 946. 
Frederick, 946. 

Clement, Verna L., 12S1. 

Cleveland, Clark, 271. 
James, 271. 
Mary, 1842. 

Clothier, Amanda B., 2132. 

Clute, Birdie, 1382. 

Coates, Clarence D., 1560. 
Glenn H., 1575. 
Lester E., 1574. 

Coats, Loretta, 1203. 

Franklin S., 1204. 
Sylvester, 1194. 

Cobb, Ella, 1273. 

Coburn, Arthur E.. 1085. 
Henry E., 1075. 

Cockingham, Raymond R., 1346. 
Coding, Prudence N., 128. 



Coe, or Cooe (see Genealogy, Appen- 
dix). 



Coe, Ralph, 914. 

Cole. Ellen H, Mrs., 2248. 
Ida E., 2352. 
William F., 2348. 

Colman, Albert, 649, 690. 
Bertha L., 692. 
Dwight B., 693. 
Frederick J., 689. 
Parmella L, 691. 

Comstock, Mehitable, 211( 

Conkling, Harriet, 1876. 

Connors, Sarah, 2030. 

Cook. Alpheus R.. 350. 
Berdena O., 353. 
Calvin H.. 795. 
Clare C, 352. 
Cora L, 792. 
Donald, 796. 
Francis M., 356. 
George L , 791. 
Harriet E., 790. 
John H., 786. 
Lawrence O., 794. 
Robert E., 355. 
Ruth A., 354. 

Coon, Addie. 1674. 
Bertha M., 745. 
Carrie E., 743. 
Charles, 2741. 
Egbert, 700, 744. 
William J., 742. 

Cotterill, Mary, 2124. 



Cowdery, Edwin N., 1066. 
Linus A., 1061, 1067. 

Cowin, John, 1517. 

Crabbe, Stella A., 882. 

Crane, Concurrence, 1760. 
Daisy M., 1248. 
Edith, 1057. 
Fidelia. 290. 

Crans, Andrew, 1892. 
Lera E., 1915. 
Robert "W., 1913. 
Roscoe A., 1914. 
Ruth A-. 1912. 
Walter F., 1911. 

Crawford, Bert N., 1461. 
Gertrude, 206S. 
Luella M., 1160. 
Marion B., 1468. 
Roland L, 1470. 
Vestie M., 1469. 

Crego, Lillie, 213. 

Crittenden, Abraham, 1728. 
Anna, 34. 
Daniel, 1267. 
"?3S1 Ebenezer. 46. 
Immer, 50. 
John, 48. 
LaMont, 1266. 
Lucy, 126S. 
Mary, 31. 
Medad, 49. 
Nathaniel, 32. 
Noah, 51. 
Olive M.. 1269. 
Ozias, 47. 
Samuel. 33, 45. 
Sarah, 29. 
Susanna, 30. 
Willis, 1257. 

Crocker, Sylvia, 1657. 

XffhS Crosby, Alice K., 668. 
**-^ Alvin W., 670. 

Benjamin F., 664. 

Blanche V., 666. 

Eleanor C, 667. 

James B.. 657, 663. 

Joseph, 665, 669. 

Sabine, 1654. 

Timothy, 1655. 

Culler, May, 1014. 

Culver, Claud, 982. 

Curren, John, 2213. 
Langdon, 2219. 

Currier, Ida L, 2002. 

Curtiss, (see G-enealogy, Appendix). 
Edgar S., 2124. 
Ellen L., 1846. 
Emma, 2124. 
Eunice, 56. 
Frank A.. 2123. 
Franklin, 1845. 
George G., 2120. 
Henry L., 1844. 
Ira, 1843. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFF 



185 



Kate. 2124. 
Kelsey, 2117. 
Leva, 1S41. 
Lewis C, 1847. 
Lille, 2124. 
Lucius, 1S42. 
William A., 2122. 

Darling-. "Arthur, 1274. 
Elta. 1873. 
Frank, 1287. 
Frederick, 981. 
Joseph, 1285. 
Mabel, 12SS. 
Robert, 1286. 

Davids, Jane, 184. 

Davidson, Rosetta F., 261. 

Davis, Georg-e, 78, 1816. 
Rachel, 1727. 
Sarah, 98. 

Dayton, May A., 2112. 

Dean, , 22. 

Benjamin, 1718. 
Daniel, 1831a. 
Ithiel. 1718. 
Jennie, 2311. 
Phebe, 1718. 
Rebecca, 1718. 
Samuel, 1718. 
Sarah, 1718. 

Dearman, Albert. 1324, 1332. 
Charles G., 1330. 
Everett J., 1331. 
Jane, 927. 

Decker, Margaret E., 825. 

Deveney, Minnie, 844. 

Dennlson, P. M., 1576. 

Dewey, Agnes, 1351. 
Alice, 1349. 
Blanche, 1350. 
Charles P., 1352. 
Dora, 1348. 
Elmer O.. 1343. 
Frank W., 1339. 
Hattie J., 1341. 
John W.. 1340. 
Mabel, 1353. 
Mary D.. 1338. 
Maud, 1352. 
"Walter, 1335. 

DeWitt, Bertha, 2277. 

DeWolf, Mary, 1666. 

Dickey, Arabella, 1520. 

Dickinson, Edwin "W., 1742. 

Dillenbeck, Catharine, 835. 
Herman, 835. 

Derrin, Ethel, 351. 

Donovan, , 884. 

Blanche A., 258. 

Doug-lass, Emma, 1240. 
Mary L, 1589. 



Dray, Elmer, 1107. 

Dresden, Gertrude, 459. 

Drum, Agnes, 2141. 
Andrew B., 2144. 
Effie, 2149. 
Elizabeth, 2146. 
Ella M., 2148. 
Lucy, 2142. 
Lydia J., 2145. 
Margaret, 2151. 
Samuel A., 2147. 
Simeon H., 2131, 2143. 
William F., 2150. 

Dudley, Clarence, 1272. 
Fannie P.. 1271. 
George Dr., 1270. 

Dunham, Alice, 1641. 
Belle H., 1640. 
Katharine S., 1638. 
Mary, 1637. 
Truman, 1632, 1639. 

Dusendahl, Carlton P., 165. 
Charles G., 162. 
Floyd R., 166. 

Easton, Sarah D., 2184. 

Edwards, Harriette. 210. 

Eiceman, Emma, 224. 

Ellison, Roy, 1882. 

Emmons, Ardie, 198. 
Mary, 189. 

Everett, Sarah, 1046. 

Eberhart, Chloe, 1229. 

Fancher, Almira, 842. 
Emily, 1002a. 
Lorain, 999. 

Fee, Clarissa. 330. 
Malina, 328. 

Fenn, Jennie M., 1066, 1071. 

Fenton, Bertha, 689. 

Ferris, George, 993. 
Harry, 995. 

Fisher, Elvira E., 8 84c. 
Florence J., 1333. 

Fitch, Delia. 1820. 
Julia, 1821. 
Samuel, Dr., 1760. 

FitzSimmons, May, 754. 

Flanagan, Bertha, 555. 

Floyd. Allister, 247. 
Ethel, 255. 
Grace V., 254. 
Harry G., 253. 

Fonda. Burdelle L., 881. 
Eleanor D.. 880. 
John S., 879. 
Joseph, 876. 



186 



SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Fones, Elizabeth. 2232. 

Foot, Ellen A., 5S7. 
Elnora S., 589. 
Emma R.. 588. 
George N., 58Sa. 
John J., 564. 
Orville, 590. 

Foote, Rachel H., 2113. 

Forward, William, 655, 659. 

Foster. George E., 790. 
Hattie, E., 793. 
Hazel, 275. 
Helen S., 1652. 
Jeanette. 390. 
Katharine S., 1651. 
Lucinda. 392. 
Orpha. 391. 
"William, 1649. 

Fowler, Frances A., 2116. 
Samuel, 2116. 
Sarah, 1711. 

Frank. C. E., 851. 
Harry, 856. 

Franks, J. W., 2333. 

Frazier, Frederick A., 2049. 

French. Arthur E.. 134. 
Charles P., 134. 

Frew. Buelah, 1127. 
George, 1129. 
Joseph. 1112. 1128. 

Frisbie. Esther, 2197, 2222. 
Mattie, 2223. 
Samuel, 2224. 
William J., 2198. 

Fulkerson, Bert G., 1247. 
Burnett C. 926. 
Calista, 1237. 
Charles. 1250. 
Elizabeth, 1270. 
Elmer B., 1249. 
Emma, 1246. 
Harold E., 1253. 
Helen. 1322. 
Henry S., 1230. 
John G.. 1229. 
LaMont, 1245. 
LeRoy H., 1321. 
Lester 1251. 
Loretta. 1236. 
Lott, 1232. 
Marilla J.. 1233. 
Marland L., 1254. 
Mary A., 1228. 
Parintha, 1235. 
Rena M., 1262. 
Sarah. 931. 
Sophia, 1234. 
Sylvia M.. 1226. 
Susan, 1231. 
Talmage D., 1238. 
William, 1227, 1248. 

Fuller, Catharine. 1209. 
Gerald "W., 315. 
S. H., Dr., 304. 

Fergerson, John A, 1359. 
R. J., 1354. 



Furgerson, Alice, 1261. 

Fusselman, Sarah, 1198. 

Galbraith, Myrtle E., 481. 

Garrott, Anna H., 108. 

Garwood, Hannah T., 1363. 

Gaskell, Joseph, 16S2. 

Gaston. Elerene, 1238. 

Gates, Adele. 2306. 
Ann, 2307. 
Beda A., 2304. 
Ezra, 2230a. 
Franklin B., 2305. 

George, Anna, 1113. 
Harry, 1113. 
Genevieve, 1113. 
Laura D., 1113. 
LaFayette, 1113. 
Mary I., 1113. 
Frederick, 1113. 
Edna L., 1113. 
Nellie, 1113. 
Guy, 1113. 

Ghaston, Edrissa A., 959. 
Edmund, 957. 

Gibbs. Cyrenus, 1736. 

Gildersleeve, Clara, 1956. 

Giles, Nancy B., 1315. 

GUkey, Althea, 1330. 

Gilmore, George, 1695. 

GoCE, Carrie, 1362. 
Donna. 411. 
Elizabeth, 529. 

Goldberg, Alice, 972. 
Edward S., 117. 
Keith, 178. 

Goodell. Frank W., 1202. 
Katharine, 1201. 
William, 1200, 1193. 

Gott, George W., 262. 
Lewis, 265. 
Luella. 264. 
Mabel. 266. 
Owen G., 263. 
Phebe, 107. 
Richard O., 269. 
Susan A., 117. 
Wallace K., 268. 
Warren L., 261. 
William. 118. 267. 

Gould, Durell L.. 2344. 

Graham, Elsie P., 2344. 
George. 2330, 2342. 
Nellia A., 2090, 

Gramburg, Hattie, 307. 

Granger (see Genealogy. Appendix). 
Eleanor B., 407. 
Ruth. 1439. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFF 



187 



Greeley, Anna, 2106. 

Green, Anna, 2106. 

Greenman, Asa, 67. 
Catherine, 75. 
Eliza, 76. 
Esther O., 78. 
Olive, 77. 

Grey, Mary, 921. 

Griffin, Margaret, 2191. 

Griffith. C. v., 137. 
Edna, 137. 
Hazel, 137. 
Neva, 137. 
Ross, 137. 
Mary, 1695. 

Grim, Dennis, 328. 
Lee, 311. 

Grover, Mary, 282. 

Gunsaulus, Lillian C, 1116. 

Hagea, Claud, 1542. 
George, 1522. 

Haggerty, Georgianna, 860. 

Haight, Dora, 1473. 

Halladay, Clyde F., 492. 
Frank E., 489. 
Lyman, 403. 
Mary E., 490. 
William D., 491. 

Hamilton, Alzina R., 623. 
Francis R., 627. 
Frank R.. 597. 
Gladys E.. 625. 
Marian M.. 626. 
Maud D., 624. 
Norma E., 621. 
Reginald F., 622. 

Hamlin, Andrew C, 1169. 
David W, 1180. 
Facelia, 1179. 
James T., 1182. 
Lillian R., 1170. 
Lorenzo D., 1159. 
Lydia I., 1181. 
Theodore P., 116S. 
William B., 1161. 
William R., 1171. 

Hammond, Arthur. 678. 
Charles. 677. 
Clara, 687. 
Frank, 674. 
Frederick. 676. 
Gladys, 6S8. 
Henry, 645, 672. 
Hester, 679, 6S6. 
Leola, 685. 
Leon, 685. 
Lydia B.. 671. 
Ninah, 675. 
Wealthy A., 673. 

Hardy, Helen, 1424. 
Lyle B., 1422. 
Oliver W.. 1418. 
Ruth, 1423. 



Harkness, E., 1348. 

Harmon, Charles, 2096. 
Julius. 2097. 
Norman, 20S0. 

Harper, Alpha K., 1395. 
David G., 1365. 
Sarah A., 1394. 

Harrington, Ellen, 2248. 

Harrison, George, 1591, 1593. 

Hartson, Alta E., 2258. 
Blanche E., 2261. 
Charles E., 2255. 
Edwin, 2250. 
Hazel A., 2257. 
Lora P., 2259. 
Luella M , 2256. 
Vada M., 2254. 
Velma A., 2260. 

Harvey, Lillian, 1561. 

Hatch, Dora M.. 500. 
Dwight, 493. 
Ernest H.. 501. 
Ida A., 499. 
Walter H., 498. 

Hautson, Julia, 1143. 

Havens. Mary, 83. 

Hawkins, Alice M., 1003. 
Edna A, 531 

Hayden, James E., 712. 
L. C, 623. 
Lester C, 629. 
Melvin G., 738. 
Ora J., 628. 

Hayes, Edna A., 531. 

Haynes, Calvin T., 1685. 
Charles S., 1678. 
Charlotte M.. 1677. 
Curtiss. 1679. 
David, '1665. 
Hazel, 1687. 
Hiram H., 1680. 
Lilly B., 1686. 

Hazen, Charles M., 2031. 
Elma, 2059. ■ 
Marv, 2060. 
Nevian, 2058. 

Hazer, Carlos E., S84p. 
Everett M., S84r. 
Warren H., SS4f. 

Heck, Anna M., 580. 

Heesle, Sallie, 1857. 

Henning, Josie B., 1282. 

Hemingway, Martha, 1474. 

Hendrix, Harry, 1960. 
Henry, 1944. 

H'='ra1d. Brace W.. 395. 
Delia M., 396. 
Ella, 394. 
Samuel, 392. 



188 



SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Herr, Catharine M., 8S4n. 
Joseph D., SS4. 
Malcolm M., SS4m. 

Herrlck, Albert, 1192. 
Alonzo, 1191. 
Blanche E.. 1208. 
Caroline M.. 1194. 
Catharine, 1193. 
David L., 1195. 
Dwigrht O., 1209. 
Electa J., 1197. 
George. 1129, 1212, 1216. 
Helen, 1215. 
Henry, 1198. 1206. 
Hope, 1211. 
Lyle G., 1210. 
Lott, 924. 
Lott R.. 1207. 
Mildred. 1214. 
Mott, 1205. 
Orson Q., 1196. 
Wayne D., 1213. 

Heskett, Capitola, 1117. 

Hess, Sarah J., 2307a. 

Hester, Mary A., 2076. 

Hickes, Frederick, 494. 

Hickox, Benjamin, 1832. 
Charles M., 1572. 
Clarissa, 900. 
Hattie, 2309. 
Lannon H.. 1558. 
Lawrence H.. 1573. 
Leveret, 1838. 
Lydia, 1839. 
Polly Z., 1840. 

Higbv. Frederick A., 2116. 
Ida M.. 2187. 
Martha, 2197. 
William R., 2188. 

Hile, Ardell N., 1309. 
LeRoy M., 1307. 
Nellie M., 1310. 
Orren R., 1308. 
Sylvester, 1233. 

Hiles, Edward. 1265. 
Gideon, 1256. 
Ruth, 1264. 

Hills. Jennie. 2197. 

Hine, David, 912. 

Ellen, 1650, 1658. 
Horace L., 1659. 
Lyman. 1654. 1657. 

Hines, Mattle. 248. 

Hitchcock, Edna, 1993. 
' Ethel. 1995. 

Georgre O.. 1965. 
Gertrude, 1990. 
Joseph, 1991. 
Julia, 1992. 
Margaret, 1994. 

Hitesman, Hannah, 563. 

Hodgres, John, 568. 
Minnie M., 643. 

Hoffman, Mary, 122. 1856. 



Hofins, Chester C. 2070. 
George C. 2064, 2068. 
Mayward M., 2071. 
Mvrtle M., 2069. 
Raymond R., 2072. 

Hogan, Franklin P., 1049. 
Inez B., 1052. 
Maud L., 1051. 
William E., 1053. 

Hogancamp, Emily, 1894. 

Holbrook, Mary, 404. 

Holden, Edith B., 404. 127S. 

Holland, Joseph. 960. 
Mildred, 965. 
Muriel, 964. 
Rov, 963. 
Ruth, 966. 

Holley, Luella, 179. 
Percy H., 176. 

Hotchkiss, Bryant, 903. 

How, Nathaniel, 24. 
Nqah, 1828. 

Howard, Alice M., 80. 

Howe. Juniata, 1405. 
Mary E., 2345. 

Howell, Clifford G.. 514. 
Etta M.. 516. 
Isaac F.. 405. 
Sherman PI, 515. 
Stella M., 517. 

Hoyt. Elizabeth, 1337. 
Frank, 1482. 
Llewellyn A., 1492. 

Hubbard, Aaron. 1724. 
Abiathar, 1733, 1753. 
Abigail, 1736. 
Abraham, 1734. 
Alice, 1255. 
Anna, 1731. 
Asenath, 1752. 
Aurena, 1724. 
Charlotte C, 1749. 
Clark, 1724. 
Daniel, 1724. 
Edeatha, 1732. 
Edmund, 1729, 1747. 
Electa A., 1754. 
Eli, 1816. 
Fannie, 892. 
Israel. 1724. 
Joel, 1721, 1727. 
John, 1727, 1735. 
Judith, 1730. 
Lucinia. 1741. 
Marjory, 1724. 
Mary, 1737. 
Matthew, 1724. 
Miles, 1724. 
Morris, 1737. 
Moses S., 1724. 
Phileta, 1748. 
Roxanna, 1724. 
Solomon, 1724. 
Sophronia, 1760. 
Submit, 1724. 

Hughes. Alma R., 635. 
Edith D., 636. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFF 



189 



Earl T., 634. 
Ellis J., 600. 
Fayette, 591. 
Galda, 637. 
Olive 591. 
Richard, 5S8. 

Hull, Minnie, 16S3. 

Humphrey, Alice F., 1133. 
Annis F., 1131. 
Betsey A.. 1130. 
Clarence N., 11S7. 
Edwin J., 11S9. 
Elizabeth, 1149. 
Elmer E., 11S4. 
Flavia O., 1132. 
Grace M., IISS. 
Helen, 1151, 1183. 
Hubert B., 1190. 
Jessie F., 1148. 
Jewry O., 1134. 
Lewis C, 1150. 
Mary E., 1185. 
Orson J.. 9^3, 1186. 
William S., 1147. 

Hunt, , 914. 

Angelina, 914. 
Jennie E., 672. 
Violetta, 116. 

Hunter, John, 274. 

Huntington, Cynthia, 1774. 

Hurbut, George. 2229. 
Leicester, 2229. 
Vira, 2229. 
William, 2229. 

Huss, Barbara E.. 270. 387. 
Burr H., 383. 
Carl C, 389. 
Chaplin R., 378. 
Christian. 272. 
Eliza, 379. 
Francis D., 382. 
Jane. 385. 
Maurice L., 3S4. 
Moah B., 380. 
Oliver P.. 38^. 
Saxton P., 388. 
Wilson S.. 381. 

Hutchinson, Polly, 1837. 

Hyatt, Blanche, 2202. 

Illes, Mary, 1368. 

Ireland. Cornelia. 289. 

Irons, Arthur, 1380. 
George, 1380. 
Julia. 1380. 

Isbell, Lydia J., 2118. 

Jackson, Howard B., 1295. 
Jeanette, 1856. 
Robert, 1296. 
John L., 1277. 
Lawrence C, 1294. 
Sara T., 1293. 

Johnson, Amos, 1799. 
Benjamin, 23, 1795. 



Benoni, 1796. 
Blanche L., 13S1. 
Catharine, 79S. 
Concurrence, 1797. 
David, 1C99. 
Diana, 1709. 
Dora D., 1381. 
Elina, 1802. 
Eunice. 1755, 1801. 
F. L., 1818. 
Jerusha. 1708. 
John, 1760, 1798. — 
Mary E., 1138. 
Mattie S.. 491. 
Mehitable, 1756. 
Mercy, 1800. 
Nora F., 1381. 
Rachel, 1794. 
Rebecca, 1706. 
Rhoda, 1S03. 
Rueben S.. 1381. 
Samuel, 1761. 
Submit, 1757. 

Timothv, 1707. 

Thankful, 1753.' 
Thomas, 1705. 

Jones, Harold, 1152. 
Inez E., 429. 
Jeffrey L., 423. 
John O., 573. 
Marjorie, 1153. 
Myrtle E., 431. 
Roy A., 430. 
Stanley B., 1154. 
William O., 1142. 

Judson, (Genealogy, see Appendix). 

Justin, Joel, 1289. 1291. 

Karr, Alexander B., 1037. 
Anna, 1059. 
Edward G., 1057. 
Edith, 1059. 
Emma, 1045-. 
Fred S., 1043. 
James. 1046. 
John B.. 1038, 1047 
Marion, 1044. 
Martha A., 1060. 
Mary B., 1058. 

Keefe, Calvin G., 728. 
Charles F., 70S. 
Ethel M., 727. 
Jesse H., 729. 
Paul D., 730. 

Keesler, Adalene, 1865. 
Albert. 1856. 
Caroline, 1868. 
Charles D., 1857. 
Clarissa, 1867, 1960c. 
Clifford, 1856. 
David S., 1960d. 
Delia A., 1861. 
Desman. 1856. 
Ell, 1856. 
Ella, 1856. 
Harriet A., 1960a. 
Harry, 1870. 
Jacob, 1853. 
John, 1848, 1856. 
Julia M., 1860. 
Julius. 1863, 1873. 
Lila, 1856. 
Levi, 1866. 



H. '1 :'!A 



190 



SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Lydia A., 1859. 
Lyman S., 1S58. 
Malvina. 1S56. 
Marlin M., 1862. 
Melville M.. 1863. 
Nettie. 1856. 
Peter E., 1869. 
Rosa A., 1872. 
Roy, 1856. 
Statira V., 1864. 
Vernleigh A., 1863. 
Walter J., 1871. 
William J., 1960b. 

Keith, Alice C, 174. 
Lydia, 160. 

Kelsey, Jane, 36. 

Kennedy, Ellen M., 1614. 

Kerr, Mary E. L., 151. 

Kester, Elizabeth A., 1196. 

Kidder, Bessie, 581. 

Kilborn, Charles, 2211. 
Helen, 2218. 
Rodney, 2217. 

Kimball, . 948. 

M. A., 1686. 

Kincaid, Blanche, 2308. 

King. , 1622. 

Alice. 1072. 
Amizi, 1094. 
Carrie, 1076. 
Carlton. 1089. 
Cecil, 1082. 
Darwin S., 1073. 
Elizabeth. 1075. 
Ellis N., 1103. 
Ethel, 1081. 
H. D. Rev., 1672. 
Harmon M., 1104. 
Ida, 1074. 
Ina U., 1084. 
Iva, 1090. 
John R., 1100. 
Linus L.. 1102. 
Lyda, 949. 
Mariam, 1091. 
Mary. 1077. 
Miltnn S., 1078. 
:M. Pearl, 1098. 
Nora C. 1083. 
Ralph. 638. 
Robin P.. 1101. 
Rose, 1099. 
Roy, 636. 
Ruth, 10S8. 
Samuel B., 1063. 

Kinley. Alpheus O., 1421. 
Elsie C, 1420. 
Nina. 1419. 
William, 1417. 

Kintz, Anna K., 1523. 

Kirkpatrick, Francis, 1114. 

Knapp, Dora, 262. 

Knight. Dora O., 1199. 
Georgia L., 1501. 



Knowles, Eleanor F., 1744. 
Esther S., 1744. 
John, 1730, 1740, 1744. 
Judith E., 1743. 
Mary T., 1746. 
Ruth S., 1745. 
Susannah, 1744. 
William, 1730, 1738. 1741. 
Zeniah, 1739. 
Zermiah L., 1742. 

Krebel, Maud, 2279. 

Lake, Arthur D., 1095. 
Clarence E., 1093. 
Edith, 143. 
Edwin, 1108. 
Grace M, 1094. 
Harmon, 1064, 1097. 
Lenore, 1107. 
Luella L., 1096. 
Phebe A., 804. 

LaMont. A. B.. 1228. 
Alice B., 1256 
Archibald B. 1255. 
Charles T., 1261. 
Donald, 1263. 
Edith, 143. 
Elda M., 1261. 
Ernest, 1258. 
Lee H., 1259. 
Louie P.. 1260. 
May, 1257. 

LaMoreau, Mattie, 186. 

LaMott, Allen B., 1270. 

Lancaster, Anna, 1871. 

Lane, , 1133. 

Adelbert. 1408. 
Ellard, 1413. 

Langdon. Caroline, 1446. 
Harriet, 2195. 
Mattie, 1684. 
Olive, 963. 

Lautz, Gertrude M., 1628. 

Larson, Mary, 2136. 

Lawrence, Eleanor, 1036. 
Loretta, 918. 
Louis, 1013. 
Merrian, 1034. 
Russell, 1035. 
W. D., 1082. 

Leach. Anna B., 813. 

Lee, Annastacia, 208. 
Frederick D, 114. 
Lucia A., 108. 



LeFeber, 

Mary B. 



, 1378. 
1569. 



LeGrand. Alva A , 1544. 
Llovd L., 1543. 
Louis N.. 1522. 

Lemmon, Anna, 321. 
Aver-", 300. 
Beecher, 314. 
Bernice, 313. 
Bessie M.. 309. 
Chaplin, 290, 307. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFF 



191 



Cora M:, 304. 
Edna, 335. 
Elsie, 311. 
Ethel V, 310. 
David. 273, 289. 
Delphena, 334. 
Donivan, 324. 
Doris, 323. 
Earl C, 351. 
Edith R., 350. 
Ernest C-, 349. 
F:es, 299. 
Esther M, 357. 
George A., 363. 
Helen M., 294. 
Henry C, 291. 
Jenny, 361. 
John B, 288. 
Keep. 330. 
Klink. 320. 
Lena B., 333. 
Lora B., 306. 
Lovina, 292. 
Lucinda, 329. 
Marie, 343. 
Mary, 332, 362. 
Maurice. 273, 293, 303. 
Mildred. 296. 
Morton R., 305. 
Myrtle, 342. 
Nora, 360. 
Pauline, 322. 
Riley E., 316. 
Russell, 312. 
Ruth. 298. 
Sarah E.. 348. 
Saxton- Br^"295. 
Vera E , 308. 
Virgil, 317. 
Zora, 297. 

Lesher. Mary, 2341. 
William R. 2337. 

Lewis, Emily, 1852. 
Gertrude P., 1393. 
J. J., 1391. 
Mabel, 1249. 
Olive, 1563. 

Lilly. Delia, 1937. 

Lindsey, Maud A., 2015. 

Livingston. Charles E., 427. 
Ethel E., 440. 
Marjorie E., 441. 

Loomis. Bertha H, 779f. 
David, 703. 
Emily, 779a. 
Estella. 779e. 
Lizzie F. 779. 
Millie, 779b. 
Nettle F., 779c. 
Sarah D., 779d. 

Lorentz Emma, 811. 

Loucks, Frank, 587. 

Luff. Burnes, 511. 
Geneva, 512. 
Hershel, 513. 
Mildred, 508. 
Marjor'e, 509. 
Omar, 510. 
William, 496. 



Lummis, Louis I., 1610- 
"^'esley P., 1606. 

Lyune, Estella, 1966. 

Magoffin, Adelbert. 81. 
Ida L., 93. 

Magowan, Charles S., 1588. 
Donald S., 1597. 
Florence, 1595. 
Jeanette, 1596. 
Keith, 1594. 

Main, Abbie A., 987. 
Ethel, 986. 
Frank, 976. 
Mary, 985. 

Manning. Sarah. 1227. 

Mapes, Cora B., 816f. 

Markel, Anna F., 237. 
Pearl, 237. 

Marks, Lydia, 1866. 

Marshall, Eva, 1685. 

Marvin, Phebe L., 1435. 

Master, Maude E., 2252. 

Matson, John, 309. 
Irene. 325. 

Maxwell. Duane. 375. 
Lawrence, 366. 
Russell v., 374. 

May, Buel E., 231. 
Lawrence, 223. 
Viola M., 230. 

Maybauer, Charles D., 1527. 
Ruth A., 1554. 
Willard J., 1555. 

Mayhew, R. G., 2312. 
V. De Arile, 2327. 

Meachem, Isichai. 1361. 
Josiah, 1361. 
Vasti, 1361. 

Mead, Catharine, 812, 822. 
Lucy, 1000. 
Maria, 824. 
Minnie, 961. 

Meeker, Margaret C, 1667. 
Lucy, 1678. 

Menges, Ida, 305. 

Merwin, Nancy M, 1773. 

Mespell, Luella, 1308. 

Metier, Flora, 1247. 

Meyer, Edgar H., 482. 
Harold C, 4S7. 
Herman. 479. 483. 
James L., 4SS. 
Mabel M., 485. 
W^alter C, 484. 



192 



SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Myers, Arthur, 2047. 
Everett, 2047. 
Fay, 2047. 
Frances, 2047. 
Helen, 2047. 
Ruby, 2047. 

Miles, Rebecca, 2112. 

Miller, Bessie M., SS4k. 
Calvin C, SS4c. 
Carmelia M., 573. 
Carlos J., SS4e. 
Charles E., 571. 
Clyde H., SS4i. 
David, 79S, S84d, SS4j. 
Doug-las L., SS4I. 
Grace E., 884h. 
Hattie, 840. 
Harriet N., 574. 
Josephine, 817. 
Katharine, 884^. 
Martha, 1S19. 
Sarah A., 8S4f. 

Miner, Henrietta D., 1616. 

Minnich, Adeline J., 1481. 
Alice D., 1485. 
Alonzo, 1472. 
Edna I., 1484. 
Jeremiah S., 1480. 
Jesse B., 1487. 
Lucille IVL, 1488. 
Lura A, 1482. 
Maud L, 1486. 
Ray A., 1483. 
William A., 1479. 

Misner, Carrie, 988. 
Frank. 990. 
Harold, 991. 
Howard, 989. 
John, 985. 

Moger, Jennie E., 884e. 

Moor, Katharine R., 2249. 

Mornington, Bertha, 1955. 
Charles, 1955. 
Gertrude, 1955. 
Holbert, 1955. 
James. 19.39, 1955. 
Minnie, 1955. 
Ona, 1955. 
Rose, 1955. 
Sarah, 1955. 

Morrison. Elta J., 2176. 
Ida C, 2175. 
John T., 2135. 
Peter H., 2177. 
Rufus J.. 2174. 
Sarah, 1001. 

Morse, Eula, 358. 

Frederick J., 359. 
Jedediah, 292. 

Morseth, Mattie, 456. 

Mosher, Andrew, 1874. 
Sylvia. 798. 

Mosler, Laura, 1109. 

Mosley, Edna, 1328. 

Morton, Cora, 978. 



Munn, Jane, 808. 

Munson, Eunice, 2105. 

Murphy, Delia, 2310. 
Eliza, 1073. 
Jennie, 1952. 

Murry, William McC. 1119. 

McCullough, Helen, 1909. 

McColl, Jeanette, S19. 

McConnell, Helen, 1452. 

McCune, Alma L., 1545. 
Anna E., 1560. 
Austin S., 1556. 
Belle E., 1525. 
Burt, 1565. 

Charles, 1443. 1564, 1577, 1579. 
Dorothea, 1581. 
Edna, 1567. 
Edward C, 1569. 
Emily, 1558, 1568. 
Endora M, 1522. 
Estella E., 1536. 
Esther R., 1541. 
Ford E., 1546. 
Gertrude J, 1521. 
Gretchen, 15S2. 
Harriet E., 1519. 
Harvey S., 15 61. 
Hattie A., 1535. 
Hazel C, 15S0. 
Helen. 1526, 1557, 1583. 
Herton L., 1576. 
Hubert A., 1570. 
Jesse W., 1540. 
John E.. 1539. 
Lenuel E., 1566. 
Leonard E., 1566. 
Lizzie, 1528. 
Lovelia, 1571. 
Lucy B., 1559. 
Luella M., 1537. 
Mary F., 1562. 
Maud. 1538. 
Nancy, 152 7. 
Nettie E., 1524. 
John P., 1442. 
Tully S., 1520. 
William, 1523, 1563. 

McDonnell, Celia, 1531. 

McDowell, Esther A., 1361. 

McGee," Amos, 2134. 
Elbert B., 2172. 
Georg-e A., 2170. 
Harriet A.. 2169. 
Mary I., 2171. 
Samuel A,, 2168. 
Willis S., 2173. 

Mclntire, Addle F., 2004. 
Clara E., 1121. 
Elmore T., 1115. 
Grace M., 1120. 
Ira B., 1119. 
Josephine, 1122. 

Mclntyre, J. Annie, 1963. 

McKay, Mary J., 742. 

McKee, , 914. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFP 



193 



McKelvey, Hiram P., 2073. 
Thomas P., 2065. 



ilcKnight, 



-, 1113. 



McLean, Alexander, 675. 
Edward, 6S0. > 
Frederick, 683. 
Gertrude. 6S1. 
Welty, 682. 
William, 684. 

McMillen, Edward M., 1118. 
Ethel M., 1608. 

Nelson, Clarence M., 154. 
Earl, 154. 
Leon, 154. 
Marie, 412. 
Nellie M., 154. 
Rease 154. 
Roy, 154. 
Wrex, 154. 

Newton, Abner, 1765, 1771. 
Arthur G., 1783. 
Burwell, 1755, 1762. 
Caroline G-, 1777. 
Catharine C, 1779. 
Content, 1768a. 
Elisha, 1770. 
Ellen M., 1775. 
Frederick C, 1782. 
Gaylord, 1773. 
George W., 1780. 
Henry, 1776, 1777, 1778. 
Horace, 1772. 
Isaac, 1768. 
Jonathan E., 1781. 
Mary, 1763. 
Parnell, 1769. 
Roger, 1766, 1764, 1767. 
Submit, 1764. 

Nicoll, Francis, 742. 

Nicols, Martin, 2058. 
Russell, 2058. 

Nixon, Jennie, 884d. 

Nolan, Catharine, 882. 
Jennie, 884. 
Martin, 826.. 
Minnie, 883. 
Thomas, 881a. 
Wllliam, 881b. 

Noles, Barbara, 2231. 

Norcross, Villa, 536. 

Norris, Vernelle. 1210. 

North, Grace, 1383. 

Oakley, Minnie B.. 791. 

Oathout, Arthur M.. 832. 
Ethel M., 834. 
L. H., 828. 
Samuel, 833. 

O'Donnell, Rose, 2130. 
Ostrander, Lovica C, 115. 

Otis, Harold H., 518. 
LeRoy J., 517. 
Nevin L., 519. 



Palmer, Abraham E., 2230. 
Bernice G., 2268. 
Caroline E., 2249. 
Charles W., 2252. 
Ella N., 2250. 
Elston F., 2253. 
Flaron M., 2264. 
Frederick E., 2262. 
George H., 2267. 
Hattie, 1679. 
Hulbert H., 2251, 2248. 
Irene E., 2266. 
Iva A., 2263. 
Lyle G., 2269. 
Murrill C, 2265. 
Nancy, 2246, 2247. 

Parker, Dr. Oswald A., 2189. 

Parmenter, Frank R., 1076. 
Harry W., 1087. 
Isaac S., 1086,. 
William, 1077. 

Parr, Lutie, 961. 

Patterson, Nannie I., 1609. 

Peal, Ellen R., 2029. 

Peck, Mabel, 2210. 

Perkins, Jennie, 209. 
Minnie, 656. 

Perry, Frederick H., 875, 877. 
Margaret B., 878. 
Ray P., 1640. 
Virginia, 1647. 

Pew, Amanda, 936. 

Phelps, Charles VT., 1746. 

Pickard, , 1935. 

Pierce, Stella, 1402. 

Piersol, George T., 1930. 

Pierson, Francis B., 1070. 
Mary, 1068, 1069. 

Pinney, Florence I., 1744. 

Piatt, Frederick, 1728. 

Plympton, Hannah, 5. 

Poland, Tressie, 1566. 

Potter, Bertie W., 579. 
Estella. 583. 
Everett R.. 584. 
Joel. 1865. 
John W., 578. 
Marion A., 581. 
Mary C, 585. 
Ray E., 580. 
Waneta, 586. 
William O., 582. 

Pounds, Amelia L., 1139. 
Edgar, 1145. 
Elizabeth. 1149. 
Harvey M.. 1145. 
Helen M., 1151. 
Jessie F., 1142, 1148. 
Lewis, 1131, 1141, 1150. 
Mabel, 1144, 1145. 
Mary. 1140, 1145. 



194 



SUTLIFP FAMILY. 



Melville A., 113S. 
Mildred, 1155. 
Ruth E.. 1145. 
Thomas E , 1143. 
"William S., 1147. 
Powell, Eva M, 63^4. 

Pratt, Adeline, 2075. 

Prescott, Allen B., 1643. 
Charles H.. 1637, 1644. 
Helen, 1642. 
Mary D., 1645. 
Wilbur D.. 1646. 

Preston, T\''illiam F., 1932. 

Prichard, Hannah, 1831. 

Purcell, Everett, lOSO. 
Jennie, 707. 

Quick, Diana. 290. 

Race, Agnes L., 1136. 
Joyner, 1130. 
LeRoy H. H.. 1137. 
Merrick D.. 1135. 

Rathburn, Bruce M., 285. 
Catharine. 272. 
Chaplin. 70. 277, 282. 
Edith M., 287b. 
Edwin C , 278. 
Eliza. 274. 
Fannie B., 287c. 
Harry C, 2S7a. 
James 280, 287d, 
Jeanette, 271. 
Jonathan. 276. 
Lucinda, 273, 283. 
I.ucv. 2S7f. 
Mabel, 2S7h. 
Kor-Tian H . 284. 
Norton G., 279. 
Nvna E.. 287e. 
Olive O., 2S7p. 
OrviUe M.. 286. 
Sarah, 275. 
Sexton B., 270, 281. 

Raw. Robert S., 816. 
William A., 816. 

Raymond. Adelaide C, 2194. 

Redmond. Charles B., 1369. 
Emilv, 1371. 
Maurice, 1372. 

Reed, Jennie A. 843. 

Reinouard, Nellie, 1015. 

Renner. Arnold R., 341. 
Brace L.. ?.29. 
Geors-e W.. 340. 
Gerald B., 338. 
Harold F.. 337. 
Orvth. 336. 
William, 329. 

Reppert, Edward B., 1414. 

Rhoades. Eliza M., 2329. 

Rhodes, Harry B., 1355, 1360. 

Rice, Phebe J., 2236. 



Richards, . 2306. 

Edith J., 97. 
Horton B., 93. 
John H., 96. 
Merrill. 94. 
Sarah E., 95. 

Richardson, Garrv. 2357. 
Goldsmith, 2358. 
Ira, 2355. 
Julius, 2356. 
Thomas, Jr., 2107. 

Ringer, Albert E.. 1478. 
Bernice I., 1518. 
Harold R.. 1515. 
J. Geraldine, 1516. 
Joel B., 1517. 

Rixton, Clara E.. 1902. 
Herman J.. 1S99. 
Leon L., 1901. 
Mary E., 1903. 

Roach, Edith F., 2167. 
L. B., 2134. 

Robbins, Aimer. 563. 
Alvira, 561. 
Alzina. 565. 
Amanda M., 568. 
Benjamin W., 641. 
Delbert N, 639. 
Elta M., 577. 
George N.. 575. 
Harriet A.. 572. 
Jonathan At.. 72. 
Kate L,., 640. 
Lee Z, 642. 
Luella. 571. 
Mav A., 578. 
Olive J., 564. 
Orin N.. 569. 
Orson L.. 570. 
Orvllle M., 567. 
Oscar, 566. 
William. 562, 576. 

Roberts. Ts=ab'=l B., 1617. 
John X., Ifiio. 
Lucella, 1095. 

Robert.'5on, Burnet F., 
Dudley P., 1243. 
Gordon S., 574. 
James O., 1242. 
Margaret, 574. 
Maude L.. 1244. 
Oakley. 1226. 
P^^rrv. 1''41. 
Phillip R., 1240. 

Robinson, Charl«^s. 1797, 
Content. 1805. 
Flizabeth. 1811. 
Geore-e, 1809. 1817. 
Harriet. ISO^. 
Helen E.. 1818. 
James. 1814. 
John. 1807. 1819. 
Lyman. 1810. 
Maria A.. 1^16. 
Phin^as, 1804 
William H.. 1813 

Rogers. Bernice A., 2285. 
Cora L., 2 ^''2. 
John C, 2284. 
Katharine C. 2283. 
Myron E., 2275. 



1239. 



1808. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFF 



195 



Rorebeck, Lena, 456. 

Rose, Davitl. 197S, 19S2. 
Irah. 19S1. 
Minnie M., 495. 

Rosecrantz, Vena C, 2253. 

Rosser. Charles, 1098. 
Elsie. 1106. 
Merle, 1105. 

Rowe. Charles, 2335. 

Rugg, Deney, 107. 

Rusrn. Elizabeth. 1290. 

Russell, Clare D., 1578. 
Clarence D., 1562. 
Dorothy M., 1512. 
John J., 1502. 



Rutledge, Beatrice A., 1983. 
Frederick A. 1979. 
Harold T\'., 19S4. 

Ryan, Charles, 1197. 

Sackett, Alvina, 797. 

Sackrider, , 286. 

Salmon, Cornelia, 562. 

Sample, Annie, 1049. 
Charles, 1050. 
Frances, 1048. 
Nelson G., 1045. 

Sargent, , 806. 

Augustus B., 15S6. 
Clare, S06. 
Flora I., 1592. 
Louis I., 1591. 

Satterly, Nellie M., 1479. 

Saunders. Bert W., 176. 
Clayton B., 182. 
Grace A., 181. 
Mabel I.. 183. 
Myrtle M., 180. 

Saussman, A. R., 1444. 

Savage. (See Genealogy Appendix.) 
Rose A., 1451. 
Sarah, 8. 

Sayles. Bertram B.. 1162. 
Clare B., 1160. 
Clifford 'W., 1165. 
Ethel M.. 1164. 
Evelyn A., 1161. 
Fern A., 1163. 
Gladys M., 1166. 
Smyth C, 1167. 
William A. 1156. 

Schmitt, Emma, 138. 

Schramm, Clara M., 711. 

Schraeder, Nellie E., 664. 

Scott. Bede. 2098. 
Beulah. 368. 
Lence, 2099. 



Sarah. 2100. 
Timothy, 1830. 

Seagar, Minnie, 1242. 

Seavey, Charles D., 2016. 
Edward I., 2017. 
George, 2013. 

Selkirk, Roxanna, 2106. 

Selkrig, Irene. 1831. 

Serage, Elizabeth, 109. 

Seward, Abram, 1714. 
Catharine, 26. 
Harvey, 1716. 
Isaac, 1715. 
Moses, 1711. 
Polly, 1717. 
Sarah, 1713. 
Seth, 1712. 
Sutlief, 1710. 

Sewell, Joseph, 333. 
Pauline, 346. 

Shaffer, Ella, 1695. 

Sharp, Antony, 1041. 
Frederick, 920. 
Hannah E., 103S. 
Lewis W., 1042. 
Maud. 1697. 
Orpha, 1039. 
Phebe, 1037. 
Warren S., 1040. 



Shaw, Bertrand, 955. 
Carry, 956. 
Charles, 945, 967. 
Clarence D.. 970. 
David, 833. 
Edmund. 936, 942. 
Emma, 947. 
Frederick, 968. 
George, 944. 
Harriet, 993. 
Howard, 994. 
Ida, 975. 
Jay, 972. 
Jennie, 960. 
John, 961. 

Joseph, 917. 934, 940. 
Kate, 94S. 
Lafayette, 938. 
Lydia B., 935. 
Mary, 937, 941, 946, 972 
Millie, 946. 
Minnie M., 971. 
Orpha, 939. 
Walter, 969. 
Wilbur, 962. 
William W., 974. 

Sheffield, Alzinia L., 601. 
Clinton A., 607. 
Elaine, 620. 
Elsie, 619. 
Elva S., 603. 
Ethel F.. 618. 
Eva P., 602. 
Frances L., 616. 
Frank S., 604. 
Irma L.. 617. 
Nettie A., 606 
Roy TV.. 605. 
Royal P.. 596. 
Scott C, 608. 



196 



SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Sheldon, Curtiss P., 1664. 
Darwin, 1674. 
Howell, 1675. 
Laura, 1676, 1668. 
Linus, 1666, 1669. 
Lucius L., 1671. 
Lucy, 16S9. 
Norman P., 1673. 
Marcellus, 1691. 
Mary M.. 168S. 
Marv P., 1667. 
Nathan C, 1670. 
Perry. 915. 
Rhoda, 1672, 1665. 
Sarah S., 1690. 

Shephard, Robert. 2225. 

Sherman, Althea D., 84. 

Sherwood. Delbert W., 1900. 
Webster, 1896. 

Shircliff, M. S., 1557. 
Mary, 1556. 

Shirkley, Bert, 603. 615. 
make W., 606. 
Reno O., 614. 

Shudlick, Zelma, 535. 

Shireley. Carlton W.. 1092. 
Frank. 1072. 
Linus. 1079. 
Pearl E.. 1080. 

Slckmon. Bertha L., 1311, 
Charlotte M., 1312. 
Frederick, 1309. 
Grace A., 1314. 
Hile S., 1313. 

Sillimon. Polly, 1999. 

Sinclair, Jesse, 946. 

Skillings, Fay, 1315. 
Samuel, 1234. 

Skinner, Albert, 1364. 
Arthur, 1366. 
Edith, 1366. 
Ira D.. 1392. 
Jennie S., 1391. 
Tamas E.. 1366. 
Wler, 1366. 

Sliston, May, 1342. 

Small, Belle. 1278. 

Smith, Alexander, 823. 
Alice, 851. 
Bert, 1426, 1431. 
Caroline. 823, 891. 
Carrie, 853. 
Cora A.. 957. 
Coral, 941. 
Earl S., 1428. 
Edmund S., 855. 
Emma. 852. 
Elizabeth, 938. 
Eugene, 854. 
Eva E.. 629g. 
Florence E.. l.'?99. 
Frank. 629c. 823, 1429. 
Frederick B.. 1394. 
Helen, 850, 1430. 



Hulda C. 860. 
James A., 652. 
Julia A.. 1854. 
Lutie A.. 958. 
Margaret, 1398. 
Martha L., 1400. 
Mereba, 1321. 
Myrna R., 1396. 
Nathaniel, 820, 823. 
Phebe, 801. 
Ray D., 629f. 
Reha V.. 1401. 
Roser H., 1432. 
S. Marie, 690. 
Sherman, 823. 
Sophia, 1259. 
Sylvester. 823. 
Wesley W., 629h. 
Wilber L.. 1397. 

Snyder, Lula, 1406. 

Spear, Clara M.. 466. 
Fayette M.. 401. 
Frank, 455, 464. 
Gertrude L., 465. 
Harry E.. 460. 
James R., 459. 
Mabel M., 458. 
Mary, 45, 470. 
Mattie P.. 467. 
Mildred B., 469. 
Milo, 461. 
Rov E., 468. 
Susan, 462. 
Ward, 463. 
William D.. 456. 

Spencer. Abraham. 1728. 

Sproule, James, 793. 

Spurrier, Asenath, 1440. 
Ethel, 1564. 

Squier. Emily E.. 598. 
Luella L.. 600. 
Olive. 599. 
Pauline M., 597. 
Permelia M.. 596. 
Truman A., 565. 

Squires. Katharine, 59. 

Stalker, Clarence, 1884. 
Harry. 1862. 
Martha A.. 1883. 
May. 1885. 
Sybel M.. 1858. 

Stamm. George. 1260. 

Stang, Edward. 144. 

St. Clair. Hazel. 139. 

Steel, Harvey and Stephen, 805a. 

Steifel. Henry. 367. 
Mildred. 376. 

Stephenson. Ada, 962. 

Stewart. George W., 2133. 
Helen D.. 1649. 
Homer E.. 1633, 1650. 
Inez M.. 2166. 
Milton S., 1648. 
Robert J., 2165. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFF 



197 



Stilson, Carrie, 1141. 

Stoddard, Lucy, 523. 

Stotesberry, Cecil F.. 2162. 
Lyle J., 2163. 
Olive A., 2160. 
Percy R., 2164. 
Russell L., 2161. 
Urias J., 2153. 

Stover, , 283. 

Strang, Julia, 1475. 

Streeter, Irma, 979. 

Striker, Lottie, 1869. 

Sullivan, James P.. 1514. 
Marjorie M., 1513. 
Thomas J., 1503. 

Swafford, Ada F., 1477. 
Allen C. 1473. 
Calvin G., 1474, 1496. 
Charles B., 1495. 
Claud C, 1501. 
Edna G., 1503. 
Ermina, 1478. 
Gerald G., 1505. 
Harley E., 1498. 
Hazel K., 1502. 
Jeremiah B., 1441. 
Julia, 1494, 1504. 
Laura P., 1493. 
Lemira A., 1499. 
Louis G.. 1475. 
Martha, 1511. 
Myrtle M., 1500. 
Nancy E., 1476. 

Swarts, Esther, 104. 
Fannie L., 809. 
Lester, 101. 
Nelson, 103. 
Newton, 102. 

Swegart, Harriet, 1207. 

Swift, Ada M., 365. 
Edgar. 368. 
George O., 294. 
Herman, 369. 
Lillian, 377. 
Mabel C. 366. 
Stella, 367. 

Talbott, Gilbert E, 1626. 
Levi S., 1627. 

Talmag-e, Phebe E., 1111. 

Tandy, Douerlass, 949a, 953. 
Lillian. 952. 
Mariam, 954. 

Teare, Hester J., 424. 

Tentler, Bertha M., 1473. 

Theis, Anna M., 1056. 
Emily M.. 1054. 
Frederick "W.. 1055. 
Jacob, 1051. 

Thoein, Margaret, 1961. 

Thomas, Abraham, 21. 
Ann, 1703. 



Hannah, 1698. 
Jerusha, 1699. 
Mary, 1704. 
Phebe, 1702. 
Sarah, 1701. 

Thompkins, Minnie, 1817. 

Thompson, Burtis S., 763. 
Cecil E., 764. 
Charles W., 752. 
Edward, 901, 
George, 901. 
Leonard, 761. 
LeRoy S.. 1696. 
Lola M., 765. 
Sylvester, 1690. 

Thorpe, Richard, 986, 992. 

Thurston, Charles, 7SS. 
Clara M., 7S7. 
Fannie A., 409. 
Harry L., 789. 
William H., 785. 

Tibbals, Abel, 36. 
Abner, 29, 38. 
Angus, 1824. 
Anna, 42. 
Concurrence 1822. 
Eber, 37. 
Eunice, 1825. 
Hannah, 43. 
John, ISOl, 1826. 
Loise, 1827. 
Mary, 35. 
Ozias. 44. 
Ruth, 40. 
Samuel, 41. 
Seth, 1823. 
Stephen, 39. 

Townley, Almira S., 1283. 
Annie B., 1274. 
Arthur H., 1306. 
Ben. 1278. 
Charles, 1231, 1304. 
Edith M., 1276. 
Esther M., 1300. 
Fannie, 1279. 
Florence S., 1301. 
Frances A., 1302. 
Frank A., 1275. 
Frederick E., 1273. 
Gladys L., 1298. 
Helen, 1277, 1303. 
Holden B., 1297. 
J. Fenton, 1280. 
Karl F., 1299. 
Lois C, 1284. 
Mildred L., 1305. 
Ralph W., 1281. 
Raymond F., 1282. 

Tracy, Edna, Katharine, Sydney, 871. 

Tree Arnold P., 341. 
George "W., 340. 
Guy. 336. 

Truesdale, Calvin, 1677. 
Charles C, 1683. 
Hiram. 16S4. 
Marv S., 1682. 
William H., 1681. 

Trunkey. Albert, 1667. 
Casslus M., 1694. 



198 



SUTLIFF FAMILY. 



Charles H., 1695- 
Chauncey M., 1695. 
Clara. 1696a. 
Electa S., 1693. 
Homer S., 1693. 
Jennie, 1696. 
Nellie, 1695. 
Wilbur, 1697. 

TuUer, Sylvia C, 909.- 

Turner, Amanda M.. 1ST9. 
Edward, 1S60, 1S77. 
Flora M., 1SS2. 
George, 1881. 
James, 1880. 
John P., 1876. 
Julia M., 1878. 
Lydla V., 1874. 
William H., 1875. 

Tuttle, Loranna, 289. 

Tyler, Abraham. 1891. 
Annie D., 1959. 
Benjamin L., 1909. 
Charity, 1888. 
Clara, 1889 
Dorothy. 1907. 
Edgar P., 1908. 
Edson G., 1921. 
Frank B.. 1959. 
George Y., 1916. 
Henry A., 1910. 
Hood I., 1906. 
Isabella, 1904. 
Lemando F., 1943. 
Svdney J, 1959. 
Webster S., 1905. 
William C. 1890. 
"Wilson I., 1922. 

Umdemstock or Umdenstock. 
Benjamin J., 1549. 
Blanche. 1547. 
Byron M.. 1491. 
John McC, 1551. 
Leon W., 1490. 
Mathias, 1525. 
Mayward W., 1548. 
Roy, 1550. 
William, 1481. 

Underwood, Charles, Eloisa. George, 
1412. 
Phebe A., 933. 
Russell, 1411. 
Theodore, 1407. 

Updyke, Melvin, 298. 
Mildred, 302. 

Upson, Clifford, 2214. 
Kenneth, 2215. 
Maria A., 2214. 
W. C, 2209. 

Upton, Alonzo W., 598. 
Frederick L,, 629a. 
Luff A., 629b. 
Milo, 629d. 
Myrtle L... 629c. 

ValAlstyne, Lillie E.. 2238. 

VanAlstyne. C. E.. 780, 
Catharine. 784. 
Edwin, 780. 
Emily, 786. 
. . ■ George, 780. 



Lawrence, 697, 782. • " 

Linus, 780. 

Lizzie, 7S0. 

Mary E.. 780, 785. 

Peter, 781. 

William, 780, 783. 

VanSlyke, Edith, 832. 
Julia F., 808v 

Vaughan. Bessie J., 2289. 
Carrie E.. 2280. 
Clarence D., 2298, 
Clementina C. 2299. 
Ella O., 2275. 
Eluria H., 2274. 
Emma J., 2278. 
Ezma P., 2294. 
Fannie F.. 2281. 
Flossie F., 2291. 
Frank H., 2276. 
George O., 2277. 
Jay P.. 2290. 
John, 2249, 2279. 
Kenneth D., 2293. 
Lenna E., 2292. 
Llewella C 2295. 
Mattic R., 2297. 
Myron F., 2300. 
Oscar F., 228S. 
Vera B., 2296. 
Virgil L., 2287. 

Veness, Albert B., 658. 
Alice J., 655. 
Clarissa K., 657. 
Ethel, 661. 
Joseph G., 644. 
Hazel J., 660, 
Mildred, 662. 
Thomas G., 656. 

Ver 'Soy, Agnes R. E., 173. 
Arthur H., 170. 
Charles O.. 171. 
Joseph O. 161. 
Warren '^ ., 172. 

Vivian, George and ilary, 2199. 



Wade. Julian. 1821. 

Walberry, Dorothy, 344. 
George, 345. 
Llewellyn, 332. 

Walker, Robert H., 1858. 

Wallace Alton R., 1416. 
Frederick B., 1415. 
James, 743, 1403. 
Louis M., 749,. 
Ralph J., 748. 
Vernice, 1414. 

Walters, Clark. 252. 
Clinton, 251. 
Glen, 265. 
Leone. 622. 
Nicholas, 246. 
Rose B.. 249. 
Velma, 250. 

Warsaw, Josephine, 211. 

Washburn, Howard, 1016. 
Walter J., 1027. 

Watkins, Robert, 1731. 

Wax, Clarence, 591. 
Ella, 593. 
Emma. 592. 
Henry, 594. 



PERSONS OTHER THAN SUTLIFF 



199 



\Veaver, Carrie. 753. 
Henry E., 756. 
Oland L., 775. 
Stella M.. 776. 

Webb. Belle, 1079. 

Webster, Clara, lS3ft. 
Lois E., 1998. 
Mary, 1833. 
Zervia, 1829. 

Welch, Mary. 902. 

Wells, Asenath, 1734. 
Clare T.. 3 64. 
Horace, 360. 
LaFayette, 334. 
Winifred, 347. 

Welton. Mabel. 532. 

Wendt, Otto C, 814. 

Werge, Catharine M., 829. 

West, Andrew C, 458. 
Charles M. 472. 
Fayette H., 471. 
Guy C, 560. 
Harry M., 475. 
Joseph L.., 473. 
Lucy K., 476. 
Rueben, 556. 
Ruth. 474. 
Thomas C, 559. 
Samuel R., 447. 
Varney M., 477. 

Westerman, Eva, 1635. 

Weston, Ethel R., 2350. 
Frank A., 2347. 
Wells. A.. 2351. 

Wheaden. Jand., 1794. 

Wheedon. Abigail, 11. 
Hannah, 10. 
John, 13. 
Martha, 16. 
Nathaniel, 14. 
Rebecca, 15. 
Thomas, 12. 

Wheelan. Nettie, 709. 

Wheeler, Bertha, 1552. 
C. A., 758. 
Ethel J. S., 761. 
Gertrude, 1553. 
Orville D., 1526. 

Whitehead. Bert L., 130. 
Phebe D.. 147. 

Whittlesey, Clara V., 2028. 

Wier, Luella J., 604. 
Mary N., 928. 
Sarah N.. 929. 

Wiggins, Arthur V.. 610. 
Ernest G., 601. 612. 
Eva G., 609. 
Max M.. 613. 
Zella L., 611. 

Wilcox, Anna, 892. 
Arthur L., 2032. 
Clara B., 2037. 
Delia N., 2036. 
Electa, 1664. 



Ella M., 2035. 
Harriet R. 2033. 
Jacob, 1879. 
William. 2034, 2098. 

Willcox, Delphurnia A.. 2089. 
Gardner N., 1829, 2091. 

Williams, Allen G., 1605. 
Dorothea, 1613. 
Ellen G., 1606. 
Emma, 1344. 
Enoch, 1449. 
Jemima, 909. 
Jerry. 2111. 
Jesse E., 1608. 
Kate S.. 1607. 
Lewis. 1494. 
Lucille, 1612. 
Ralph E., 1609. 
Roger. 909. 1449. 

Wilmarth, David. 1987. 
Eva, 1985 
Frank, 1989. 
Galen, 1964. 
George, 1208, 19S6. 
Maud, 1988. 

Wilson. Lottie. 755. 

Wire, Mary N., 928. 

Wood, Augusta, 940. 
Catharine, 1850. 
George H., 1933. 
Olive, 111. 
Sally. 1852. 

Woodward, Cassius M., 706. 
Claud W., 71S. 
Dennis C, 719. 
Emma, 720. 
Everett H.. 721. 
Floyd O., 722. 
Genevieve, 723. 
Mildred E., 724. 

Woodward. Emily H., 699. 

Worthington, Elizabeth, 1134. 

Wright, Alice F., 1021. 
Anna R., 199. 
Eli S., 112. 
Etta, 204. 
Francis E., 201. 
Frank S., 1022. 
Hannah L., 202. 
Helta, 205. 
Lester. 1008. 
Sarah L., 200. 
Stephen E., 203. 
Vera L., 1020. 

Yarnell, Elmanson. 1007. 
Grace, 1019. 

Young, Emma, 1906. 
Eugene, 429, 
Harold B., 432. 
Hazel, 433. 
Jessie A., 434. 
Mary A., 2251. 

Zeigler, Blooma A.. 2302. 

Hurburt D., 2281. 

John H., 2303. 

Pansy V., 2301. 
Zuff, Phillip, 497. 

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