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Full text of "The Phelps family of America and their English ancestors, with copies of wills, deeds, letters, and other interesting papers, coats of arms and valuable records"



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APV 

(Phelps) 






THE 

Phelps Family 

OF AMERICA, 

AND THEIR 

ENGLISH ANCESTORS, 

WITH COPIES OF WILLS, DEEDS, LETTERS, 

AND OTHER 

INTERESTING PAPERS, 
COATS OF ARMS AND VALUABLE RECORDS. 



COMPILED BY 



JUDGE OLIVER SEYMOUR PHELPS, 
Of Portland, Oregon, 



and 



ANDREW T. SERYIX. 
Of Lenox, Mass. 



In Two Volumes.— VOL. II. 



published by 

Eagle Publishing Company, 

of pittsfield, mass. 

1899. 









■wtUKVi W. »■»< 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



4705. Sylvester Campbell Noble b. Berk- 
shire, Vt., Nov. 13, 1808, d. St. Albans, Vt., Sept. 19, 1870, 
m. April 15, 1832, Nancy Chaplin, b. Berkshire, Vt., March 
9, 1 8 13, dau. of Aaron and Martha (Hale) Chaplin. 

He was a farmer in Franklin, Vt., until Jan,, 1863, when he 
removed to St. Albans, Vt., and was a wholesale flour and 
grain dealer. 

Children, b. Franklin, Vt.: " 

8560. I. Orcelia Maria (Noble), b, Feb. 25, 1833, m. 

George W. Barnes. 

8561. II. Marcia Cordelia (Noble), b. Jan. 8, 1835, m. 

George E. Foss. 

8562. III. Happylonia (Noble), b. March 9, 1837, m. 

Malcolm L-. Chandler. 
S563. IV. Guy Chaplin (Noble), b, Oct. 9, 1839, m. 

Jerusha H. Dewey. 
8564. V. Nancy Miranda (Noble), b, Sept. 4, 1843, d. 

Feb. 24, 1S45. 
S565. VI. Sylvester Campbell (Noble), b. Feb. 6, 1846. 

Res. St. Albans A com. merchant. 

8566. VII. Willis Roberts (Noble), b. August 16, 1852, d. 

Jan. 28, 1856. 

8567. VIII. Sarah Eliza (Noble), b. Feb. 7, 1S55. 

8568. IX. Charles Phelps (Noble), b. May 6, 1858. 

4-70(>. Sarah Maria Noble, b. Berkshire, Vt., 
April 23, 1S10, m. Feb. 11, 1832, Hiram Darling, b. Hancock, 
Vt., Dec. 11, 1805, son of Devi and Charlotte (Bowman) Darl- 



ing. 



Mr. Darling was a farmer in West Berkshire, Vt. 
Children, b. West Berkshire, Vt.: 

S569. I. Ehud Noble (Darling), b. Dec. 7, 1832, m. 

Mrs. Mary Rebecca Clifford. 
8570. II. Emily Orlana (Darling), b. Dec. 29, 1834, m. 

Zacchens A. Phelps. 



Sj6 Eighth ( i cut-ration. 

8571. III. Imri Hiram (Darling), b. Dec. 17, 1836, d. 

Lodi, Wis., August 1, 1855. 

8572. IV. Mary Jane (Darling), b. Oct. 15, 1839. 

8573. V. Sarah Maria b. Nov. 15, 1841, m. 

Samuel Howard. 

8574. VI. Levi Rawson (Darling), b. August 31, 1843, d. 

Brandy Station, Va., Mch. 10, 1864. Was in 
10th Vt. Vol. in war of 1861. 

8575. VII. Julia Adelaide (Darling), b. Feb. iS, 1850. 

8576. VIII. John Phelps " b. Feb. 13, 1853. Res.. 

W. Berkshire, Vt. 
S577. IX. Florence Amelia (Darling), b. March 19, 1855. 

+700. Jane Noble, b. Berkshire, Vt., Dec. 28, 
[813, m. Jan. 15, 1840, Harvey 01 instead, b. St. Armand, C. 
1''.., July 20, 1814, sou of Eleazer and Rhoda (Hurlburt) Olm- 
stead. 

He is a farmer in East Franklin, Vt. 

Children, b. Franklin, Vt,: 

8578. I. Hannibal Hoyt (Olmstead), b. April 5, 1841. 

Res. Franklin, Vt. 

8579. II. William Phelps (Olmstead), b. Feb. 19, 1844, 

m. Philura A. Whitney. 

8580. III. Mary Aim (Olmstead), b. Oct. 15, 1S47, d. 

Jan. 10, 1852. 

8581. IV. Harvey Robert (Olmstead), b. Oct. 10, 1853, 

m. Phebe A. Pearson. 
582. V. Merritt Bates (Olmstead), b. May 10, 1857, d. 

June 20, 1857. 

4-7 10. Ruth L. Noble, b. Berkshire, Vt., April 
24, [816, 111. May 7, [840, Charles Avando Leavens, b. Berk- 
shire, Vt., August 4, 1816, son of Penuel and Sally (Cross) 
Leavens. 

They removed in [846, to Waukesha, Wis., and in April, 
1849, to Neenah, Wis., where Mr. Leavens was a merchant. 

Children : 

8583. I. Charles Willis (Leavens), b. Berkshire, Vt., 

Jan. 27. j s 4 1 , m. Irene Hussey. 



Eighth Generation. 



837 



85S4. II. Oranzo Penuel (Leavens), b. Berkshire, Yt., 

March 31,1845. d. Waukesha, Wis., Oct. S, 

1846. 
8585. III. Julia Pauline (Leavens), b. Waukesha, Wis., 

Dec. 27, 1846. 
85S6. IV. Emma Gusta (Leavens), b. Neenah, Wis., 

May 2, 1850, d. August 1850. 

8587. V. Mary Eva (Leavens), b. Neeuah, Wis., Jan., 

1854, d. April 3, 1855. 

8588. VI. Mary (Leavens), b. Neenah. Wis., Feb. 2S, 

1856. 

8589. VII. Eva Kitty (Leavens), b. Neenah, Wis., Sept., 

23. l8 59- 

8590. VIII. Charles (Leavens), b. Neenah, Wis., Sept. 13, 

1 860. 

4-711. Mary Ann Reynolds Noble, b. Berk- 
shire, Yt., Sept. 28, 1S19, d. St. Armand, Quebec, Nov. 14, 
1846, m. Dec. 23, 1842, Nelson Vincent, b. March 17, 1819, 
son of Leonard and Julia Ann Vincent. 

He was a farmer at St. Armand. 

(He m. 2nd, Jan. 8, 1850, Mary Ann O. Reynolds.) 

Children, b. St. Armand, Quebec: 

8591. I. Julia Ann (Vincent), b Dec. 6, 1843, d. June 

20, 1844, 

8592. II. Noble Nelson (Vincent), b. May 7, 1S45, m. 

Mary E. Holden. 

4713. Julia Ann Noble, b. Berkshire, Yt., 
Dec. io, 1823, m. Oct. 15, 1848, Aaron Deming, son of Aaron 
and Ruth (Eldred) Deming. 

In 1876, Mr. Deming was a farmer in Wichita, Kansas. 

Children : 

$593- I- Julia Ann (Deming), d. aged 10 years. 

8594. II. Edgar A. " b. about 1854. Killed by 

Indians March, 1873. 

8595. III. Mary " b. about 1856. 

8596. IV. Robert " b. about 1858. 

8597. V. Julia " b. about 1861. 



8j8 Eighth Generation. 

4? 14-. William Phelps Noble, b. Berkshire, 
Vt., April 23, isjs, in. Jan. 23, 1850, Marcia Ermina Fletcher, 
b. West Berkshire, Vt., Feb. n, 1828, dan. of Isaac and 
Dorinda ( Day) Fletcher. 

In [875, he was a farmer in Fast Franklin, Vt. 

Children, b. West Berkshire. Vt., except the third : 

8598. I. Mary Ann (Noble), b. Feb. 19, 1852, m. Wil- 

liam Armstrong. 

8599. II. Willis Robert (Noble), b. March 6, 1S5S. 

100. III. Nellie Frmina (Noble), b. Fast Franklin, Vt., 
Feb. 8, 1862. 

8601. IV. Carrie Marcia (Noble), b. Oct. 29, 1866. 

■1717. William Phelps, b. Fast Rupert, Vt., 
d. — , in, - — , Louphelia Leach, of Pawlet, Vt. 
Children, b. East Rupert, Vt.: 

8602. I. Herbert. Res. East Rupert, Vt., num. 
+ 8603. II. Fanny, m. George A. Weston. 

8604. III. Jenny, 111. Rev. Henry Slack. 

471S. Charles H. Phelps, b. Fast Rupert, 
Vt., m. Dimmis Hilliard, of Danbury, Vt. Res. South Dor- 
set, Vt. He was one of the California pioneers of 1849. 

Children: 

'•05. I. Julia, m. Harry Root. 

8606. II. Merritt C. Res. P^ast Dorset, Vt., num. 

107, III. Frederick, m. - — , Res. Lee, Mass. 
8608. IV. Nellie M., m. A. Goodwin. Has one daughter. 
Res. South Dorset, Vt. 

4710. Merritt Clark Phelps, b. East Rupert, 
Vt., July [8, 1832, m. Hebron, N. V., Nov. 6, 1859, Anna 
Braymer, b. Hebron, N. V. June 0, 1838, dau. of Henry and 
Eliza (Montgomery) Braymer. 

Eliza Montgomery was dau. of Capt. James Montgomery of 
war of [812, grandaughter of Capt. James Montgomery, a rev. 
officer and farmer at West Pawlet, Vt. 

Child, born Middle Granville, Vt. 

609 I. Allien Henry, b, Dec. 25, 1862, m, Nettie 

W. Garfield. 



Eighth Generation. 839 

4-722. Ellen Phelps, b. East Rupert, Vt., m. 
John Eastman of East Rupert. 
Res. Rutland, Vt. 

Child, b. Castleton, Vt. * 

+ S610. II. George P. (Eastman), b. about 1S7S. 

4785. John H. Phelps, b. Logan Co., Ky., 16 
August, 1S21, m. Phebe Kemp, in Mason Co., 111., 12 May, 
1 846. She was daughter of James and Sarah Elizabeth (Young) 
Kemp, and was b. Cbristian Co., Ky., d. Stephenville, Texas, 
21 Dec., 1871. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Stephenville, Texas. 

Children: 

861 1. I. Mary Anna, b. Mason Co., 111., 15 Feb., 1.847. 

8612. II. Susan Ellen, b. " " " 27 Jan., 1850, 

d. 5 Jan., 1874. 

8613. III. Jane Golden, b. " " " 27 Jan. ,1850. 

8614. IV. Lydia Horton, b. " " " 3 June, 1852. 

8615. V. Richard Kemp, b. Parker Co., Texas, 26 Feb., 

1857. 

4-73G. William Hudspeth Phelps, b. Logan 

Co., Ky., about [823, m. . 

Children : 

8616. I. Richard II., b. March, 1870. Resides in Azel, 

Farrant Co., Tex., m. Had three daughters. 

8617. II. Lydia. 

8618. III. Phebe. 

8619. IV. Jefferson. 

8620. V. Rinda. Went to Nebraska in 1883 with her 

uncle, Richard Jones Phelps. 

4-74G. George W. Phelps, b, Logan Co., Ky., 
19 April, 1810, m. about 1830, Lydia Phelps, No. 4739, b. 
Logan Co., Ky., about 1813. Shed, near Bath, Mason Co., 
111.. 12 August, 1S58. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Logan Co., Ky., Morgan Co. and 
Mason Co., 111. He d. in Chanute, Kansas, 5 June, 18S9. 

Children: 



•V/" Eighth Generation. 

8621. I. William Richard, b. Logan Co., Ky., 24 June, 

1833. 
+ 8622. II. John Washington, b. Morgan Co., 111., 25 

March, [835, m. Catharine Carpenter. 
623. III. David Burgess, b. Morgan Co., 111., 23 March, 
1837, in, Mary Melissa Turner. 

8624. IV. James Anderson, b. Mason Co., 111., 23 Dec., 

1839. 

8625. V. Elizabeth Ann, b. " " " i2March, 

1S42, m. Barker, of Franklin, Ky. 

8626. VI. Mary Maliuda, b. Mason Co., 111., April, 1S44, 

d. 9 April, 1845. 

8627. VII. Ruah Jane, b. Mason Co., 111., 18 Jan., 1846, 

d. Feb., 1865. 

474-N. John Phelps, b. Bedford Co., Va., 8 
August, 1796, m. 14 March, 1816, Sarah R. Carline, b. 29 
April, 1797. Mr. Phelps early in life removed with his father 
to Wilson Co., Tenn. After marrying he settled in Oregon, 
111. 

Children, b. Oregon, 111.: 

+ 8628. I. Sarah L,.', b. 27 March, 1S17, m. Wesley 

Johnson. 
+ 8629. II, James C. P., b. 17 Jan., 1818, m. Anna F. 

Swingley. 

8630. III. Napoleon, b. 31 Dec, 1833, m. Mary A. 

Thomas, 26 Oct., 1856. He d. in New 
Orleans, 10 Dec, 1857. No issue. 

4751. Thomas Phelps, b. near Petersboro, 
Bradford Co., Va., 1X04, m. 1826, Ann Bridgewater, b. Buck- 
ingham Co., Va., 1809, d. Piatt Co., Mo., 1861. 

Mr. Phelps early in life removed with his father to Wilson 
Co., Tenn. After marrying he settled in Smith Co., Tenn., 
and from there in 1839, to tlu then unsettled plot purchased 
in X. W. Mo. After the count}' lines were run his property 
lay in Piatt and Buchanan Counties, mostly in the former. 
Here he resided, and died in 1851, of the cholera. 
Children, b. Piatt Co., Mo.: 

8631. I. Charles, b. 1S28. 



Eighth Generation . 



Sji 



8632 
86 



00 
S634 
8635 
8636 

8637 
8638 
8639 
8640 
8641 



II. William. 

III. Thomas. 

IV. John. 
V. Grant. 

VI. Henry C, b. 21 Oct., 1840. In 1S65 in Can- 
ada, near Toronto. 
VII. Elizabeth. 

VIII. A son, d. in War of the Rebellion. 
IX. Nancy. 

X. Lucy. 
XI. Martha. 



4752. Robert Phelps, b. Bradford Co., Va., 
1S07. Removed with his father to Wilson Co., Tenn., when 
young, m. Victoria Palmer, about 1830. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Wilson Co., Tenn., where he d. in 
1851. His widow and family resided there in 1S65. 

Children, b. Wilson Co., Tenn.: 

8642. I. Elizabeth, b. 1S32. 

8643. II. Sarah. 

8644. Ill, Laura. 

8645. IV. Martha. 

8646. V. Emily. 

8647. VI. Thomas. 

4-75-1-. Benjamin T. Phelps, b. Bradford Co., 
Va., Jan. 27, 18 10. Removed early in life with his father to 
Wilson Co. Tenn., m. Margaret Reynolds, Dec. 3, 1837. 

Mr. Phelps in 181 1 removed with his father to Wilson Co., 
Tenn. In 1S2S, after marrying, he settled in northern 111. 
on Rock River. In 1865 his residence was Oregon, 111. 

Children, b. Rock River, 111.: 

8648. I. Richard R,, b. 20 Feb., 1839, d. 3 Dec, 1S49, 

by a fall from a horse. 

8649. II. Joseph W., b. 3 Nov., 1841. Member of the 

4th 111. Cav. Killed 17 Sept., 1864. 

8650. III. Robert F., b. 11 Aug., 1843, accidently shot 

in Colorado, Nov. 29, 1864, num. 

8651. IV. Elizabeth A., b. 24 Aug., 1845. 

8652. V. Laura, b, 16 Nov., 1847. 



S/j Eighth Generation. 

8653. VI. Ann, 1). 30 Nov., 1850. 

8654. VII. Nellie 1'-., 1). 6 July, [852, d. young. 

8655. VIII. James L-, b. 1 Jan., 1855. 

8656. rX. Charles B., b. 15 Feb., 1857. 

8657. X. William YV. , b. 30 Mar., 1859. 
158. XI. Margaret, b. 19 April, 1863. 

4755- George W. Phelps, b. Wilson Co., 
Term., 22 June, 181 2, in. 1840, Elizabeth Palmer, b. Wilson 
Co., Term., d. X T e\v Orleans, La., 8 Dec., 1857. He m. 2nd 
Mrs. Morgan Johnson. 

Mr. Phelps for a time resided in New Orleans, Pa. After 
marrying second wife he settled in Salem, 111. 

Children by 1st wife, b. New Orleans, Pa.: 

8659. I. Margaret B., b. 1842. 

8660. II. Sarah E. 

8661. IIP Alonzo E. 

8662. IV. William H. 

8663. V. American. 

8664. VI. John D. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. Salem, 111.: 

8665. VII. George P. b. 1S60. 

47 56. Henry A. Phelps, b. Wilson Co., 
Teun., 20 June, 1818, m. Peuna Pewis, 22 Jan., 1840. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Oregon, 111. 

Children, b. Oregon, IIP: 

166 P Richard W,, b. 1842. 

8667. IP Bagel P. 

8668. IIP Arville C. 

47(>0. Alfred Phelps, b. Bell Everett, C. W., 
28 Feb., 1826, 111. Emily J. Prichard, 3 Sept., 1847. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Bell Everett, C. W. 

Children, b. Bell Everett, C. W.: 

8669. I. Francis, b. 1 May, 1848. 

8670. IP Amelia, b. 9 March, [850. 

8671. IIP John Walter, b, 30 Nov., 1851. 

8672. [V. Jenette, b. 12 Sept., 1853. 

8673. V. Mary Catharine, b. 22 April, 1857. 

8674. VI. Alfred Richard, b. [6 Sept., 1858. 



Eighth Generation . 843 

•4770. Judge Thomas Jefferson Phelps, b. 
Hanover Co., Va., 1 March, 1844, about four months after 
the death of his father, m. 187S, - — Foote. He died Feb. 
27, 1S97. 

He was born on the plantation of his grandmother, Mrs. 
Judge Brockerbrough, near Richmond, Va. He entered the 
U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., at the age of 16, 
and joined the Confederate Army later. He studied law with 
Isaac Jordan and settled in Covington, Ky,, the home of his 
father. 

In 1879 he was Judge of Kenton Co., Ky. 

Children, b. Covington, Ky.: 

8675. I. Isaac, b. 18S2. 

S676. II. Edward, b. 1S85. 

477(>. Elizabeth Rhoda Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., Sept. 4, 1838, m. June 17, 1875, George H. Bacon. Res. 
Tiskilwa, 111. 

Children, b. Tiskilwa, 111.: 

8677. I. Cicero Phelps (Bacon), b. May 23, 1876. 

867S. II. Jay Harvey " b. Sept. 18, 1877. 

8679. III. George Arthur " b. Jan. 28, 1878. 

•4777. Cicero Phelps, b, Windsor, Ct., June 
15, 1S40, m. Res. Ravauna, Kansas. 

Children, b. Ravanna, Kansas: 

86S0. I. Alice Elizabeth, b. May 15, 1887. 

S681. II. Arthur, b. May 15, r888. 

86S2. III. Elmer, b. Oct. 28, 1889. 

8683. IV. Agues, b. March 10, 1891. 

8684. V. Olive, b. Nov. 25, 1896. 
S685. VI. Mary, b. Dec. 6, 1898, 

4778. Roger William Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., August 1, 1842, m. Harriet Hiumau, Res. Princeton, 111. 

Children, b. Princeton, 111.: 

8686. I. Edna H., b. March 11, 1876. 

S687. II. Jessie E., b. April 2, 187S. 

8688. III. Edith, b. May 2, 18S0. 

86S9. IV. Gladys, b. July 14, 1S82. 



V// Eighth Generation. 

4780. John C. Phelps, b. Milo, 111., .May 23, 
1 85 1, m. Mae Dalzell. Res. Olathe, Kansas. 

Children, b. Olathe, Kansas: 

8690. I. Walter. 

8691. II. Mattie. 

8692. III. Nellie. 
8692 a. IV. Jesse. 

4782. David Elsworth Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 8 Feb., 1849, m. 17 Jan., 1S84, Mary L. McCormick, b. 
Windsor, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

S693. I. James M., b. 1 Aug., 1885. 

8694. II. Alma G., b 21 Sept., 1SS7. 

4785. Daniel W. Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 
19 Feb., 1856, m. Mary Jane Foomis, 28 Feb., 1872. She was 
b. Windsor, Ct., d. Omaha, Neb., 11 March, 1890, She was 
buried in Windsor, Ct., 15 Nov., 1890. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Omaha, Neb., after 1S83. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

8695. I. Ella P., b. 24 Dec., 1874. 

8696. II. Mary E., b. 6 Oct., 1876. 

8697. III. Catharine W., b. 28 October. 1878. 

8698. IV. Daniel W., b. 30 April, 1881. 

4787. Walter Gillespie Phelps, b. Wind- 
sor, Ct., j\ Jan. 1858, m. 9 Dec, 1SS5, Grace H. Goodell, b. 
Hartford, Ct. 

Mr. Goodell settled in Windsor, Ct., where he d. 18 Nov. 
[887. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

. 8699. I. Dwight G., b. 8 Jan., 1887. 

4801, Timothy Dwight Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 8 Jan., 1840, m. Ellen E. Elsworth. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 
8700. I. Frederick E., b. 20 Feb., 1869. 



Eighth Generation. SjJ 

4818. Jeremiah Allyn, b. Canton, Ct., 15 
July, 1 S3 1. Removed to Conneaut, Ohio, May, 1S54, where 
he m. Ada Xiles, 20 Nov., 1S55. She was daughter of Allen 
W. and Betsey Xiles. She was b. 28 Aug. 1S36. They set- 
tled in Conneaut, Ohio. 

Child, b. Conneaut, Ohio.: 

5701. • I. Millie Elizabeth (Allyn), b. 1S60. 

4822. Eliza J. Phelps, b. LeRoyville, X. Y., 
13 May, 1X45, m. 6 July, 1S65, David M. Evans, son of Daniel 
M, and Sarah (Jones) Evans. He was b. Wales, 21 Feb., 
1831, Resided in Philadelphia, Penu., LeRoyville, X. Y,, and 
Minneapolis. Minn., where both were living in 1S97, at 1507 
21st street. He is a lawyer. 

Children: 

5702. I. Jennie M. (Evans), b. Philadelphia, Pa., 28 

Sept., 1S69. 

5703. II. Fred F. (Evans), b. LeRoyville, X. Y., 20 

Sept., 1866, d. Philadelphia, 13 July, 1867. 

8704. III. Morris G. (Evans), b. Philadelphia. Pa., 30 

Sept., 1881. 

4S'2:». Benjamin F. Phelps, b. LeRoyville, X. 
Y., 9 March, 184S, 111. Kate Corroden, 5 Oct., 1S74, in Phila- 
delphia, Pa. She was daughter of Thomas and Catharine 
(Hillner) Corroden. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Philadelphia, Pa. She d. Sidney, 
Wash., 8 Jan., 1892. 

Children: 

8705. I. Ella May, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 16 June, 1S75. 

5706. II. Frederick E., b. " " 3 Nov., 1S76. 

5707. III. William C, b. " " 30 Dec, 18S0. 
8708. IY. Gertrude A., b. " " 13 May, 1881. 
S709. V. Grace T., b. So. Dakota, 10 April, 1SS4. 

4825. Frederick J. Phelps, b. Le Royville. 
X. Y., May 1, 1857k. 111. 1875, Cornelia Mosher. 
Res, Le Royville, X. Y. 

Child, b. Le Royville; X. Y.: 
8710. I. Mabel. 



84.6 Eighth Generation, 

4-831. Harriet A. Boyce, b. Bridgewater, 
Vt., 5 Jan., 1820, m. Rowland C. Mayhew, 1 Nov., 1838. He 
was son of Jabez and Ruth (Chabbuck) Mayhew, and was b. 
Carver. Mass., 26 August, 1811. 

Settled in Bridgewater, Yt., where he d. 1 June, 1859, and 
where his widow died 15 Xov., 1895. He was a fanner. 

Children, b. Bridgewater, Yt.: 

8711. I. Henry (Mayhew), b. 1 Feb., 1S40, d. 23 Jan., 

1847. 

8712. II. A son (Mayhew), b. 23 Jan., 1844, d. 30 Jan. , 

1844. 

8713. III. David Henry (Mayhew), b. 21 March, 1S4S, 

d. Poughkeepsie, 25 Sept., 1895. 
+ S714. IY. Deiia Harriet (Mayhew), b. 23 August, 1850, 

m. Asa A, Shaw. 

8715. V. Yiola Sylvestia (Mayhew), b. 16 April, 1852. 

8716. VI. George Rowland (Mayhew), b. 21 May, 1854. 

8717. VII. Laura Alsena (Mayhew), b. 1 April, 1856, d. 

22 May, 1875. 

483*2, Dr. Thaddeus Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 21 July, 1S09, m. Mary Gould, 29 April, 1S32, at Wood- 
stock, Yt. She was daughter of George and Mary (Walcott) 
Gould, (originally from Cumberland, R. I., later of Pomfret, 
Yt.,) and was b. Pomfret, Yt., 18 Dec, 1809, d. Windsor, 
Ct., 12 August, 1S54. He m. 2nd, Mary Watson. 

Mr. Phelps resided and practiced at Wilford, Mass., later at 
Attleboro Falls, Mass., where he d. 30 May, 1879. 

Children : 
+ 8718. I. Charles, b. Wilford, Mass., 12 Dec, 1S34, 111. 

Isabel Marguerite James. 
S719. II, Frances, b., Attleboro Falls, Mass., 3 June. 

1N42, m. Charles Thomas. 
8720. III. Mary Walcott, b. Attleboro Falls, Mass., 13 
Jan., 1S45. Living unm. at Attleboro, 
Mass. 

By 2nd wife, b. Attleboro, Mass.: 
S721. IY. Helen N., b. 10 May, 1S59. Living num. at 

58 W. 37th St., X. Y. City. 



Eighth Generation. 84.7 

S722. V. Isabel, b. 11 Feb., 1S66, m. Peck. liv- 

ing at Providence, R. I, 

4833. Daniel Marcy, b. Hartland. Vt,, May 
20, 1822, m. March 17, 1851, Vashti Hale. Res. Hartland 
Four Corners, Vt. 

Child, b. Hartland, Vt.: 

8723. I. Lora Asenath (Marcy), b. Dec. 24, 1851. 

4834. Charles C. Marcy, b. Hartland, Vt., 
May 20, 1822, 111. May 4, 1852, Rhoda Fuller. Res. Hart- 
land, Vt. 

Children, b. Hartland, Vt.: 

8724. I. Warren F. (Marcy), b. May 11, 1S60. 

8725. II. Ida May " b. Nov. 21, 1866. 

4837. George Nelson Phelps, b. Lyme, Ct., 
Oct., 181 2, 111. Sarah T. Phelps, No. 2243, b. Haddam, Ct., 
1S06, d. Lyme, Ct., 25 Dec, 1845. He 111. 2nd, 24 Oct., 1847, 
Abby E. Warren, daughter of Selden J. and Polly (Brockway) 
Warren. She was living in Lyme in 1890, 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lyme, Ct., where he died. On 14 
Feb., 1865, his estate was settled in probate court of Old 
Lyme. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Lyme, Ct.: 

8726. I. Orris Jane, b. 20 Sept., 1S43. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Lyme, Ct.: 

8727. II. Mary Elizabeth, b. April, 1849, m. William 

H. Hall, 20 Oct., 1866. 
S728. III. Caroline Matilda, b. June, 1851. 

8729. IV. Isabel, b. March, 1856. 

8730. V. Perkins, b. 30 March, 185S. 

4841). Azubah J. Phelps, b. East Haddam, 
Ct., June 21, 1824, 111. at Killingworth, Ct., Dec. 1, 1844, 
Philander Harrison, b. East Haddam, Ct., son of Henry and 
Mary M. Harrison. 

Mr. Harrison is a farmer at Killingworth, Ct. 
Children, b. Killingworth, Ct.: 

8731. I. Sylvester Phelps (Harrison), b. Dec. 10., 

1845. 



■V/,s' Eighth Generation. 

8732. II. Herbert Clayton (Harrison), b. Sept. 24, 1849, 

d. Sept. 30, 1 85 1. 

8733. III. Frederick Wilbur (Harrison), b. New Loudon, 

Ct., Dec. 27, 1S53. 

4852. Oris Catharine Phklps, b. East Had- 
dam, Ct., Jan. 24, 1830, m. at Killing-worth, Ct., Oct. 28, 
1849, Stephen Klias Wilcox, b. Clinton, Ct.. Aug, 25, 1824, 
son of Stephen and Louisa (Stevens) Wilcox. 

Mr. Wilcox is a farmer in Farmington, Fulton Co., 111. 

Children, b. Killingworth, Ct., except the last: 

8734. I. Stephen Wilbur (Wilcox), b. Aug. 10, 1S51, 

d. July 26, 1852, 

5735. II. Sarah Adelaide (Wilcox), b, Dec. 9, 1857. 

5736. III. Katie Louisa " b. Farmington, 111., 

July 30, 1862. 

4855. Ulysses Chapman Phelps, b. East 
Haddam, Ct., July 10, 1837, m. March 10, 1863, Helen Isa- 
belle Tiffany, b. Hadlyme, Ct., Oct. 19, 1838, dau. of John 
and Maranda (Hunger ford) Tiffany. 
Res. Osceola, Iowa, (1898.) 

Children, b. Tivoli, 111. 

8737. I. Ira Edgar, b. May 22, 1869, d. Osceola, Iowa, 

Feb. 17, 1S87. 

8738. II. Harry Chapman, b. Oct. 21. 1870, d. Osceola, 

Iowa, Feb. 5, 18 87. 

4S57 John A. Phelps, b. Haddam, Ct., 21 
March, 1S42, m. 23 March, 1865, Ellen G. Wright, daughter 
of Capt. Jeremiah and Laura A. (Hurd) Wright. She was b. 
Clinton, Ct., 10 Nov., 1839. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Guilford, Ct. He is representative of 
Phelps Publishing Co. of Springfield, Mass. 

Children : 

+ 8739. I. Albert II., b. Killingworth, Ct., 7 Nov., 1866, 

in. Edith J. Griswold. 
+ 8740. II. Oscar A., b. Killingworth, Ct., 18 Jan., 1869, 

m. Edith C. Foster. 



Eighth Generation. 



8+9 



8741. 

8742. 



III. Emma P., b. Guilford, Ct., 29 Aug., 1S74, 

mini. 1898. 
IV. Mary E., b. Guilford, Ct., 14 April, 1S78, 

num. 1898. 



4858. Gaston C. Phelps, b. East Haddam, 

Ct,, 9 Feb., 1824, m. at Killingworth, Ct., 7 Oct., 1S54, his 

cousin Charlotte Maria Phelps, No. 4854, b. East Haddam, 

Ct., 7 August, 1834. He d. Killingworth, Ct., Oct. 11, 1898. 

Mr. Phelps was a seaman, soldier and farmer. 

Children, b. Killingworth, Ct.: 



8743 
8744 

8745 

S746 

8747 



I. William H., b. 31 Oct., 1S55. 

II, Frank C, b. 17 Feb., 1837. 

III, Azubah M., b. 21 Sept., [858. 

IV. Alvin P., b. 3 June, i860. 
V. Orton N., b. 8 Nov., 1861. 



4870. Hiram T. Phelps, b. East Haddam, 
Ct., 5 Oct., 1829, m. Mary A. Spencer, in New York City, 18 
Jan., 1S34. She was daughter of David and Rachel (Bush- 
nell) Spencer, and was b. Saybrook, Ct., 19 August, 1832, 
living in 1898. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Saybrook, from there in i860 to East 
Haddam, where he d. 11 August, 1S90. He was a farmer and 
salesman. 

Children, b. East Haddam, Ct., except first four : 

8748. I. Edward F., b. Saybrook, Ct., 20 Oct., 1854. 

II. Alvin S., b. " "12 Feb., 1856. 

III. Antoinette, b. " " 26 Nov., 1857. 

IV. MaryW.,b. " " 23 June, 1S59. 
V. Emily M., b. 12 Dec, i860, d. 15 Sept., 1863. 

VI. Susan C, b, 6 March, 1862. 

VII. Hiram P., b. 15 May, 1863. 

VIII. Maria P., b. 25 June, 1864. 



8749 
8750 
875i 
8752 
8753 
8754 
s 7 5 5 
S750 
8757 
8758 

8759 

8760 

(II-2) 



IX. Robert, b. 3 Aug., 1865, d. 21 Sept., 1865. 

X. Albert D., b. 15 Aug., 1866, d. 23 Sept., 1SS6. 
XI. P>nest M„ b, 10 Oct., 1868. 
XII. Julia A., b. 24 Nov., 1870, d. 30 Dec, 1888. 
XIII. George, b. 10 May, 1873, <F I2 May, 1873. 



850 Eigh th Genera tion . 

8761. XIV. Walter C, d. May, 1874. 

5762, XV. Harriet A., b. 6 Jan., 1876, d. 29 Mch., 1892. 

4871. Samuel H. Phelps, b. East Haddam, 
Ct., 3 Feb., 1832, m. Mary T. Strong. 5 May, 1865, at East 
Haddam. Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Haddam, Ct. 

Child, b. East Haddam, Ct.: 

5763, I. Elizabeth, b. 22 July, 1866. 

48 7 2. Esther P. Phelps, b. East Haddam, 
Ct., 26 March, 1833, m. Samuel Jones. She d. . 

Child : 

5764, I. Charles (Jones). 

4-873. Martha Palmer Phelps, b. East Had- 
dam, Ct., 8 Dec., 1834, m. Wilson Gates. Mr. Gates settled 
in East Haddam, Ct. 

Child, b. East Haddam, Ct.: 
8765. I. Mary Theresa (Gates), m. George Morgan, of 

Haddam, Ct. 

4874. Edwin H. Phelps, b. East Haddam, Ct., 
21 Feb., 1836, m. Harriet . 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Haddam. 

Children, b. East Haddam, Ct.: 

S766. I. Irwin, b. 6 Nov., 1870. 

8767. II. Edith, b. 1 Sept., 1876. 

4875. Joseph Palmer Phelps, b. East Had- 
dam, Ct., 26 Feb., 183S, m. 15 July, i860, Harriet Y. Gates, 
b. East Haddam, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Haddam, Ct., where he died. 
Wife living in Hartford, Ct., in 189S, at 48 Park street. 

Children, b. East Haddam, Ct.: 

8768. I. Walter G., b. 27 April, 1869. 

8769. II. George H., b. 17 Feb., 1S71, 

4S7f>. Mavro Phelps, b. East Haddam, Ct., 1 

July, 1840, m. Alice . 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Haddam, Ct. 



Eighth Generation. 851 

Children, b. East Haddam, Ct.: 

8770. I. Gladys, b. 30 Sept., 1867. 

8771. II. George R., b. 23 August, 1874. 

8772. III. Dwight C, b. 24 Oct., 1876. 

4877. Mariette Phelps, b. East Haddam, Ct., 
1 Jan., 1843, m. Rufus G. Phelps, of East Haven, Ct. 

Children: 

8773. I. Arthur (Phelps), b. 

8774. II. Richard " b. 

4880. Truman Phheps, b. East Haddam, Ct., 
19 Jan., 1850, 111. Annie M. Chadwick, 11 April, 1871. She 
lives in Wallingford, Ct. Mr. Phelps settled in Wallingford, 
Ct., where he d, 31 Jan., 1S86. He was a farmer. 

Child, b. Wallingford, Ct.: 

8775. I, William Truman, b. 26 Sept., 1872. 

4881. Alice C. Phelps, b. Hadlyme, Ct., 9 
Dec, 1S36, m. C. C. Newbury, at East Haddam, 1 March, 
1862. He was sou of Egbert and Sophia C. Newbury, and 
was b. East Haddam, Ct., 1 April, 1834. She was his 2nd 
wife. By his 1st wife he had two children. 

Mr. Newbury settled in Moodus, Ct. He is a salesman. 
Children, b. Moodus, Ct.: 

8776. I. Charles E. (Newbury), b. 25 March, 1865. 

8777. II. Frank Peter (Newbury), b. 7 Dec, 1867, d. 

25 Jan., 1867. 

4882. Andrew C. Phelps, b. Hadlyme, Ct., 
about 1838, m. Rosa E. Burnham, 9 April, 1871. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Haddam, Ct. Had two children, 

4887. William S. Phelps, b. New Haven, 
Ct., May 10, 1853, 111. Sept. 21, 1881, Louise M. Reilly. 

Child: 
8777a. I. Irene E. 

4JH)2. Charles Giles Phelps, b. Chenango 
Co., N. Y., 9 Sept., 1818, m. 5 Feb., 1S43, Jane Letts, 
daughter of Simon and Margaret (Fortner) Letts, of Shelby, 
N. Y. 



8778. 


*77y>- 


+ S780. 


8781. 



852 Eighth Generation. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Royalton, N. Y. 

Children : 
I. Charles Beckwith, b. Orleans Co., N, Y., 22 

Oct.. 1844. 
II. Sarah Samantha, b. Orleans Co., N. Y., 25 
July, 1846. 

III. Lewis Melvin, b. Cayuga County, N. Y., 20 
Feb., 1851, m. Jennie M. Vosburg. 

IV. Alice Jane, b. Niagara Co., N. Y., 24 Dec, 

1860, d. 6 Oct., 1S97. 

4904. Alexander Bryant Phelps, b. X. Y., 
30 August, 1823, m. 3 Jan., 1S49, Charlotte Elizabeth Cro- 
well, who d. iS July, 1851. He m. 2nd Mabel Crowell, sister 
of 1 st wife. He had one child by first wife. 
Mr. Phelps settled in New York State. 

4-905. Samuel Beckwith Phelps, b. Con- 
quest, N. Y., June 4, 1837, m. at Batavia, Michigan, March 
6, 1859, Maria Frances Feversee. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer and architect in Coldsprings, Kal- 
kaska Co., Mich. 

Children : 

8782. I. Cassius M., b. Branch Co., Mich,, Nov. 16, 

i860. 

8783. II. Mortimer T., b. Branch Co., Mich., June 12, 

1863. 
+ 8784. III. Edith M., b. South Haven, Mich., b. Oct. 2, 
1865, m. William I). Totten. 

8785. IV. Eugene N., b. South Haven, Mich., May 27, 

1868. 

8786. V. Burton S., b. South Haven, Mich., Nov. 3, 

1870. 

8787. VI. Mabel E., b. South Haven, Mich., Nov. 19, 

1876. 

4909. Ralph Phelps, b, Scipio, N. Y., May 
7. [820, m. Detroit. Mich., Oct. 9, 1848, Jane McKenzie, b. 

Edinburgh, Scotland, 1827, dan. of and Betsey (Ran- 

ney) McKenzie. 

He is a real estate dealer in Detroit, Mich., 1 7 1 14th ave. 



Eighth Generation. Sjj 

Children, b. Detroit, Mich.: 
S788. I. Harriet, b. April 6, 1850, m. John Trix. 

87S9. II. Ralph, b. Nov. 14, 1859. Is a lawyer at 171 

14th ave., Detroit, Mich., unm. 

■±1)13. Edward Arah Phelps, b. Coelbrook, 
Ct., 15 Dec, 1840, 111. Mary Agnes Russell, 14 Sept., 1865, 
in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Colebrook, Ct., on the old homestead, 
where he d. Sept. 11, 1884. 

Children, b, Colebrook, Ct.: 

8790. I. Mary Elizabeth, b. 12 Oct. 1871, d. 5 Jan. 

1875. 

8791. II. Edward Russell, b. 1 May, 1S77, d. 22 Dec. 

[878. 

41)14-. Carrington Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., 
3 Oct., 1S47, 111. Anna Catharine Wolcott, 29 Sept,, 1872, at 
Elkader, Clayton Co., Iowa. She was b. July, 1846. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Yale in 1870, settled in Morris, 
Minn., and was president of the Eirst National Bank of that 
place. He and his son now own the old homestead in Cole- 
brook, Ct., where he now lives, being the only surviving male 
heirs of the 3rd Josiah in their line. 

Child, b. Morris, Minn.: 
S792. I. Carrington Arah, b. 28 May, 1876. 

4932. James Phelps Thompson, b. Thomp- 
son ville, Ct., Sept. 18, 1830, d. Jan. 2, 1887. 

Children : 

8793. I. Henry W. (Thompson). 

8794. II. Edith 

8795. III. Clara W. 

•4033, Maria Elizabeth Thompson, b. Thomp- 
sonville, Ct., August 27, 1836, m. Oct. 30, i860, Alfred Brint- 
nell Redfield, b. July 1, 1827, d. Nov. 8, 1S98, son of William 
Harvey and Elizabeth (Elderkin) Redfield, of Hartford, Ct. 
Res. Hartford, Ct. 

Children, b. Hartford, Ct.: 



<Vf/ Eighth Ge?ieratio)i , 

8796. I. William Thompson (Redfield), b. 1862. 

8797. II. Annie Elizabeth b. 1S65. 

8798. III. Bessie Gordon " b. 1868. 
S799. IV. Maria Louise " b. 1869. 

4037. Mehitabel Closson, b. Deerfield, Mass. , 
17 Oct., 1817, m. 28 Feb., 1843, John Field, b. Deerfield, 
Mass., 1 S 1 5 , where he settled, and died 29 Jan., 1864. His 
wife Mehitabel d. Jul}-, 1856. 

Children, b. Deerfield, Mass.: 
+ 8800. I. Martha (Field), b. 29 April, 1847, m. Milton 

W. Potter. 
8801. II. Samuel b. 17 Dec., 1849, unm. 

S802. III. Caroline b. 28 Aug., 1850, d. Sept., 

1864. 

* 

+ 8803. IV. Jennie b. 7 March, 1854, m. Edward 

W. Palmer. 

494-6. George Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. Y., 
about 1794, m. Clarissa Vail. 

Mr. Phelps settled on his father's homestead, where he 
died. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. New Berlin, N. Y.: 

8804. I. Pliny. Settled in Kaneville, 111. Had son 

Archer. 

8805. II. Chester. 
S806. III. Arvilla. 

4947. Judah Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. Y., 
about 1798, m. Elizabeth Chapin. 

Mr. Phelps probably settled in Wisconsin. 

Children : 

8807. I. Daughter, d. 

8808. II. " d. 

8809. III. Clarence. Resides in Milwaukee, Wis. 

494S. Emily Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. Y., 
in 1S01, m. 1S20, William Rausford, b. 1799. C1 - 1827. 
He resided in Memphis, N. Y. She d. 29 May, 1881. 

Children, b. Memphis, N. Y. : 



Eigh th Gene ra tio n . 855 

5510. I. Emily (Rausford), b. 1826, m. Henry Crouse. 

Res. Memphis, N. Y. 

5511. II. William (Ransford). Res. Indianapolis, Iud. 

4950. Frederick Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. 
Y., 17 May, 1807, m. Adaline E. Babcock, 24 Dec., 1839. 
She was daughter of Joshua and Clarissa (Craudall) Babcock, 
and was b. New Berlin, 5 Feb., 1S10, d. Millport, N. Y., 5 
Nov., 1856. 

Mr. Phelps settled in New Berlin, N. Y., d. Millport, N. 
Y., 17 August, 1863. 

Children, b. New Berlin, N. Y : 
+ 8812. I. H. Harper, b. 10 Jan., 1833, m. Martha E. 

Howell. 
+ 8813. II. Susan M., b. 17 May, 1835,111. Israel Angell. 

8814, III. Ellen, d. aged 5 years. 
+ 8815. IV. Joseph J., b. 12 Dec, 1841, m. Frances Eliz- 

abeth Angell. 
SS16. V. Royal R., b. 20 April, 1844, d. 14 April, 1865, 

unni. In War of Rebellion. 

4963. Elisha Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. Y., 
2 Nov., 1795, m. Hannah Vail, 10 Feb., 1818. She was 
daughter of Job and Mary (Vermilye) Vail, and was b. New 
Berlin, N. Y., 14 Dec, 171)2, d. there 25 Dec, 1850. Mr. 
Phelps settled on his father's homestead in New Berlin, N. Y., 
where he d. 8 July, 1870. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. New Berlin, N. Y.: 

+ S817. I. Malvina, b. 15 July, 1819, m. William Hill. 

+ 8818. II. Catharine, b. 10 Aug. 182-1, c. 30 Jan., 1822. 

+ 8819. III. Hamilton, b. 12 Oct., 1823, m. Anna M. 
Keyet. 
8820. IV. Vernon, b. 15 Sept., 1825, d. 26 July, 1896, 
unm. 

f-8821. V. Catharine, b. 4 March, 1827, m. twice, 

+ 8822. VI. Henrietta E., b. 6 March, 1829, m. Hunting- 
ton E. Brown. 

+ 8823. VII. Adelia, b. 5 July, 1831. Unm. 

+ 8824. VIII. Andrew J., b. 6 April, 1S24, m. Amelia P. 
Weller. 



8 eft Eighth Generation. 

4965. James Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. Y., 
in. about 1836, Mary Collar, daughter of Lyman and Lovis 
(Netter) Collar, and born Jan. 20, 1814. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer settled in South New Berlin, 
where lie d. 5 Sept., 1879, and where his widow d. Dee., 

Children b. South New Berlin, N. Y. 
8825. I. Wesley, b. 13 Aug., 1836, d. 10 June, 18S9. 

826. II. Emily, b. 18 Sept., 1839, m. Charles Bailey. 

ss2;. 111. Jennette, b. 2 Sept., 1848, m. Geo. Hotaling. 

4969 Franklin C. Phklps, b. Richmond, N. 
V., 31 Aug., 1803, m. Nov. 24, 1825, Emeline Munger, b. 
Guilford (now Middlesex, Ct.), 6 Aug., 1S04. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Guilford, Ct., where lied. 29 Dec. 

1873. 

He was a stage driver and postmaster and a democratic pol- 
itician. He had no issue, but adopted his wife's neice, Har- 
riet Eindsley, who was daughter of James and Henrietta 
(Murray) Lindsley of Madison, Ct. She in. Sylvester H. 
Bennett. 3 Oct., 1877. 

4-979. Quartus Phelps, b. Westhampton, 
Mass., 2 Sept., 1806, 111. Rhoda Strong. She was daughter of 
Amos and Rhoda (Bartlett) Strong, and was b. 17 Sept., 1815. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Huntsboro, Ohio. He is a fanner. 

Child, b. Huntsboro, Ohio: 

8828. I. Valeria Roxauna Phelps, b. 26 April, 1843. 

4982. Timothy P. Phelps, b. Westhampton, 
Mass., 7 June, [815, 111. Cordelia Bartlett, at Northampton, 
Mass., 31 Dec, 1S40. She was daughter of Moses and Betsey 
(Stockwell) Bartlett, and was b. Northampton, Mass., 15 
June. [812, where she d. 11 Feb., i860. 

Mr. Phelps settled at Northampton, Mass. He is a foreman. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

8829. 1. Lois J. W., 1). 27 Sept., 1S4 1 . 

8830. II. Lucy A., b, 14 March, 1840. 

8831. III. Ada, b. 15 Sept.-, 1848. 

8832. IY Sarah E., b. 3 Dec, 1851. 



Eighth Generation. Sjj 

+ 8833. V. T. Watson, b. 23 Oct., 1S56, m. Dora A. 

Spooner. 

4985. Zkxas Montague Phelps, b. West- 
hampton. Mass., 19 July, 1811, m. 12 August, 185S, Annie 
Stuart Barton, b. Baltimore, Md. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Williams College, class of 1839, 
graduated at Union Theological Seminary, was a teacher in 
Harwinton, Ct., 1841 to 1844, at Yellow Springs, Ohio, 1845 
to 1849, at Sing Sing, X. Y., 1850 to 1857, at Riverdale, N. 
Y., 1858 to 1863. Resided at Amherst, Mass., from 1862, 
and d. there 4 July, 1872. 

Child : 

8834. I- Child, d. in infancy. 

4990. Clarissa Phelps, b. Florence, North- 
ampton, Mass., 27 Nov., 1S10, m. Francis W. Shepard. at 
Northampton, Mass., Feb., 1835. He was son of Asher and 
Jane (English) Shepard, and was b. Williamsburg, Mass., 26 
Nov., 1812. Settled in Springfield, Mass., where he d. 20 
March. 1885. He was a mechanic, and 'lived in Florence, 
Springfield, and Pittsfield, Mass. His wife, Clarissa, .d. at 
Pittsfield, Mass., 8 June, 1841. 

Children, b, Florence, Mass.: 

8835. I. Joseph F. (Shepard), b. 1 Jan., 1839, d. 31 

July, 1872, num. 

8836. II. Clarissa, b. 7 March, 1840. 

4-992. Solomon Phelps, b. Florence, North- 
ampton, Mass., 24 Jan., 18 14, m. Desire Hartwell, daughter 
of Samuel Hartwell. She was b. Conway, Mass., and d. 1S43. 
He m. 2nd, 16 June, 1845, Nancy Leonard, b. So. Royalston, 
Ma^., 2.S Dec, 1S26, d. 27 July, 1871. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Florence, Northampton, Mass., where 
he d. 15 Oct., 18S4, He was a farmer. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Florence, Mass.: 

8837. I. Child, m, . 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Florence, Mass.: 

8838. II. George, b. Aug., 1846, d. Feb., 1853. 

8839. III. Phebe, b. 12 Oct., 1848, d. May, 1849. 



858 Eighth Generation. 

+ 8840. IV. Henry Solomon, b. 5 July, 1850, in. Julia 
Maria Spooner. 

8841. V. Nancy N., b. 17 Aug., 1852, num. Resides 

at West Springfield, Mass. 

8842. VI. Frank, b. 16 June, 1854, d. 24 May, i860. 

+ 8843. VII. Edward \\\, b. 18 March, 1856, m. Louisa M. 

Hodkin. 
+ 8844. VIII. Emily, b. 11 Oct., 185S, m. Michael Donovan. 
+ 8845. IX. Charles S., b. 5 Dec, 1861, m. Ora Almira 

Parker. 
+ 8846. X. Phebe A., b. 20 Sept., 1S65, m. Horace Barker. 

•4993. Harriet Phelps, b. Florence, Mass., 
22 May, 1817, m. Richard B. Davis, at Florence, Mass., 2 
Jan., 1838. He was son of Luther and Hannah (Parsons) 
Davis, and was b. Northampton, Mass., 13 Dec, 1814, where 
he settled, and d. 18 Feb., 1887, and where his wife d. 15 Aug., 
1850. He was a wheelwright by trade. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

8847. I. Richard B. (Davis), b. 30 April, 1839. 

8848. II. Susannah M. " b. 14 July, 1S43, d. 20 Feb., 

1S44. 

8849. III. Helen C. " b. 5 March, 1845. 

8850. IV. Sarah J. " b. 12 Nov., 1847. 

8851. V. Henry F. " b. 13 July, 1850, d. 17 

Oct., 1850. 

4994. Julius Phelps, b. Florence, Mass,, 6 
March, 1S20, m. Anna Clapp at Northampton, Mass., 31 Oct., 
[849. She was a daughter of Captain Lucius and Dolly 
(King) Clap]), and was b. Northampton, Mass., in 1829, 
where she d. 1X53. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass., where he now 
resides. 

Child, 1). Northampton, Mass.: 

8852. I. Hatty A., b. 2 Sept., 1850, m. E. B. Coon, set- 

tled Springfield, Mass. 

4995. Cephas Phelps, b. Florence, Mass., 22 
Aug., 1S22., 111. Sarah Kingsley. She was daughter of Geo. 
Kingsle} . and was b. Northampton, Mass. 



Eighth Generation. 8jp 

He settled in Holyoke, Mass., and was a farmer. He d. 
there i Dec., 1893. 

Children b. Holyoke. Mass.: 
8S53. I. Martha. 

8854. II. Flora. 

1906. Dp;a. David B. Php:lps, b. Florence, 
Mass., S Nov. 1825, m. Lydia B. Baldwin, 20 March. 1S49. 
She was daughter of Ezekiel and Diana (Sears) Baldwin, and 
was born Southampton, Mass., 29 Dec. 1825, where she d. 25 
Oct., 1862. 

He m. 2nd Lydia Lincoln of Philadelphia, 19 Feb., 1874. 
By her he had no issue. Mr. Phelps settled in Southampton, 
Mass., where he d. 14 Jan., 1S84. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Southampton, Mass. 

+ 8855. I. William B,, b. 26 Aug., 1850, m. Louisa 

Sears. 
+ 8856. II. Mary A., b. 21 July, 1851, res. Chicago, mini. 

+ 8857. III. Julius K.. b. 24 April, [853, m. Julia D . 

+ 8858. IV. Henry L., b. Aug. 1. 1854, m. Helen L. 

Horton. 

4W>7. Samuel Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 4 Oct., 1812, m. Caroline Brown, 22 Nov., 1843. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass., where he d. 6 
Jan., 1887. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

8859. I. Mary Caroline, b. 22 March, 1845, m. Edward 

H. Wade, 6 June, . 

8860. II. Samuel Adams, b. 4 June, 1846, m. Kael 

Adams, Oct., 1873. 
+ 885i. III. Henry Sylvester, b. 25 March, 184S, m. 
Flavia J. Parsons. 

8862, IV. Edward Gilbert, b. 22 Sept., 1852, d. 6 Feb.. 

1857. 

8863, V. Martha Hawley, b. 20 Sept., 1854, m. Niles 

Alexander Simmons, 9 March, r^SSj. 

8864, VI. Alice Submit, b. 21 Feb., 1862, m. Frank 

Abner Nash, 22 March, 1881. 



Eigh th Genera Hon . 

5000. Eliza Phelps, b. Northampton, Mass., 
26 April, 2818, 111. George Strong, 24 Nov., 1842. He was 
-Mn of Jonathan and Eunice (Clark) Strong, and was b. 
Northampton, Mass., 23 Jan., 1818. Settled in Northamp- 
ton, Mass., where his wife Eliza d. 16 Dec., 1856. (He m. 
2nd Martha Adeline Clark, 5 May, 1S59. She was born 5 
April, 1837. By her he had one child, Adeline Brown Strong, 
1). 7 Dec, 1862.) 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

8S65. I. Eunice Eliza (Strong), b. 30 Oct., 1843, m. 

Francis Freed, Nov., 1862. 

8866. II. Edward P. (Strong), b. 30 June, 1S45. Res. 

Northampton, Mass. 

8867. III. George S. (Strong), b. 31 May, 1S47, m. 

Emma G. Martin. He d. 14 August, 1887. 

8868. IV. Allen Lyman (Strong), b. 6 Sept., 1849. A 

farmer. 

8869. V. Fidelia P, (Strong), b. 26 August, 1851, d. 

29 March, 1S86. 

8870. VI. Harriet Emerson (Strong), b. 15 March, 

1854. 

5025. Judge Charles Phelps Huntington, 
b. Litchfield, Ct., 24 May, 1802, m. Helen Sophia Mills, 28 
Oct., 1827. She was daughter of the Hon. Elijah Hunt and 
Harriet (Blake) Mills, and was b. Northampton, Mass., 24 
Aug., 1806, d. 30 March, 1844. 

He m. 2nd, Ellen Greeuough, 2 Jan., 1847. She was sister 
of the sculptor of that name,, and daughter of David Green- 
ough, and was b. Boston, Mass., 28 March, 1814. Judge 
Huntington graduated at Harvard, studied law and practiced 
for a time in Northampton. Mass., soon removing to Boston, 
Mass., where he became judge of the Supreme Court. He d. 
in Boston, Mass., 30 Jan., 1868. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

8871. I. Helen F. (Huntington), b. 7 July, 1831, m. 
* Tosiah P. Quincy. 

8872. II. Charles W. " b. 22 Sept., 1834. 

8873. III. Elijah H. M. " b. 22 July, 1836. 



Eigh t!i Gen e > vz Hon . 



86 r 



8874. 

8875. 
8876. 

8877. 

8S78. 



IV. Bertha (Huntington), b. 22 Jul}-, 1838. 

V. Mary E. . " b. 19 May, 1840. 

VI. Edward S. " b. 3 April, 1843. 

Children by 2nd wife: 

VII. Henry C. (Huntington), b. 24 Nov., 184S. 
VIII. Laura C. " b. 15 Sept., 1849. 

5020. Elizabeth Phelps- Huntington, b. 
Litchfield, Ct., May 8, 1803, m. George Fisher, b. Franklin, 
Mass., March 17, 1788, son of Joseph and Susan (Fisher) 

Fisher. 

Children, b. Oswego, N. V, except last: 

I. Elizabeth Porter (Fisher), b. March 29, 1825, 
111. John Sessions, of Skaneateles, X. V. 



S879. 



8880. 



Aug. 



1826. 



8881, 



8S82. 



888' 



8884. 



Twins. 



II. George Huntington (Fisher), b. 
(1. June 12. 1831. 

III. Frederick Pitkin (Fisher), b. May is, 
[828, d. Chicago, 111., Aug. 28, 
1 886, num. 

IV. Francis Porter (Fisher), b. May [8, I 
[828, m. Jan. 26, 1853, Ann Eliza \ 
Crane, dan. of Hunter Crane, of 
Oswego, N. V. 

V. George Huntington (Fisher), b. May 7, 1832, 
111. Emma Chichester, m. 2nd Katherine 
Weeks, of Brooklyn, N. V. 
VI. Catharine Whiting (Fisher), b. June 9, 1835, 
in. May 25, 1869, Fisher Ames Baker, son of 
John and Patty (Ellis) Baker, of Dedham, 
Mass. 
VII.- Edward Thornton (Fisher), b. Northampton, 
Mass., Dec. 16, 1836, 111. June 30, 1869, 
Ellen Bowditch Thayer, daughter of William 
Henry and Ellen (Henderson) Thayer, of 
Brooklyn, X. Y. 

5027. William P. Huntington, b. Litch- 
field, Ct., 16 July, 1804, 111. about 1826, Lucy FMwards, 
daughter of Luther and Hannah (Bonnell) Ivdwards. 

Mr. Huntington lived in Waterloo, Wis., a teacher. He 
was a graduate of Harvard. 



8884 a. 



862 Eighth Generation. 

Children, b. Waterloo, Wis. 



88S5. 


I. 


Lucy B. (Huntm 


gton) 


, b. 


1828. 


8886. 


II. 


William B. 




b. 


1830. 


8887. 


III. 


Helen M. 




b. 


1832. 


8888. 


IV. 


Catharine F. " 




b. 


1835- 


8S89. 


V. 


Frederick S. 




b. 


1S3S. 


8890. 


VI. 


Flora, 




b. 


1840. 



5031. Theophilus P. Huntington, b. Mid- 

dletown, Ct., 11 July, 1S11, m. 1841 Elizabeth Fitch Lyon, 
daughter of Rev. Walter and Mary (Huntington) Lyon, and 
b. 16 Oct., 1817. 

Mr. Huntington resided in Hadley, Mass. He d. July 20, 
1862. 

Children, b. Hadley, Mass.: 

8891. I. Walter E. (Huntington), b, 27 May, 1842. 

8892. II. Mary W. " b. 9 March, 1S45. 

8893. III. Edmund D. " b. 1 Jan., 1847. 

5035. Frederick D. Huntington, b. Mid- 
dletown, Ct., 28 May, 1819, m. 21 Nov. 1842, Harriet Dane 
Sargent, daughter of Epes and Mary Otis (Lincoln) Sargent. 

Rev. Mr. Huntington was Bishop of Central New Vork, 
and resided in Syracuse. 

Children, b. Syracuse, N. V.: 

8894. I. George P. (Huntington), b. 3 July, 1844. 

• S895. II. Arria S. " b. 22 June, 1S4S. 

8896. III. James O. " b. 23 Feb., 1850. 

8897. IV. William " b. July, 1856. 

8898. V. Ruth G. " b. 3 Nov., 1859. 

8899. V. Mary L. " b. 13 Nov., 1861 . 

5037. Stella Phelps, b. Marlboro, Vt., 13 
Sept., 1806, m. - - Hatfield. Probably settled in Alabama. 
His wife d. near Camden, Alabama, in 1826. 

Children, b. Alabama: 

8900. I. Charles A. P. (Hatfield), Capt. 4th U. S. 

Cavalry. 

8901. II. John H. (Hatfield). Res. 2114 Forest Ave., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Eighth Generation. 863 

5039. Gen. John Wolcott Phelps, b. Guil- 
ford, Vt., 13 Nov., 1813, m. Mrs. Ann Bardwell (Mattoon) 
Davis, 30 April, 1883. She was widow of Lambert Allen 
Davis, by whom she had one son, Stanley Davis, b. Palmer, 
Mass., 13 March, 1873. She was daughter of Thomas Bard- 
well and Susannah (Parkhurst) Mattoon, and was b. North- 
field, Mass., 15 August, 1851. Mr. Phelps graduated at U. 
S. Military Academy, West Point, was 2nd Lieut, in Semi- 
nole War, and commanded a company in Mexican War, was 
Col. 1st Vt. Vol., 2 May, 1861, Brigadier Gen., 17 May, 1861, 
resigned his position 21 August, 1S62, finally settled in Guil- 
ford Centre, Vt., where he d. 1 Feb., 1885, leaving his wife 
and one infant son surviving him. He issued a proclamation 
in 1862, freeing slaves, but it was overruled, and caused him 
to resign from the army in disgust. He was simply ahead of 
his time. He was Vice-Pres. of Vermont Hist. Society in 
1863, Pres. Vermont Teachers Society in 1865, was candidate 
of the American party for President in 1880, and was a 
writer of considerable note. 

Child, b. Guilford, Vt.: 
8902. I. John, b. 18 April, 1884. 

£040. Eunice Phelps, b. Guilford, Vt., Aug. 
7, 1815, d. Dec. 12, 1858, 111. Dec. 1, 1839, John Hickman, b. 
East Bradford, Chester Co., Pa., Sept. n, 1810, d. March 23, 
1875, son of John and Sarah (Jeffries) Hickman. 

Mr. Hickman began to study medicine but gave it up for 
the law, was admitted to the bar in 1833, appointed district 
attorney in 1845, elected to the 34th Congress as a democrat 
in 1854, and as one of the committee on elections made the 
report on the Kansas investigation. He was elected to the 
35th Congress in 1856 as a democrat, serving as chairman of 
the committee on Revolutionary pensions, was elected to the 
36th Congress as an independent, serving as chairman of the 
judiciary committee, and held the same positiou in the 37th 
Congress, to which he was elected in i860, as a republican. 
He declined the nomination in 1S62, but was a state senator 
in Pennsylvania in 1866, and a delegate to the Liberal Repub- 
lican convention in 1872, which nominated Horace Greeley. 
Previous to the civil war he took a prominent part in opposing 



S6j Eighth Generation . 

the efforts made by the southern members of Congeess to bring 
on a conflict, and his speeches were among the most eloqitent 
delivered in that storm)' period, and did much to solidify the 
sentiment of the North that the Union should never be dis- 
solved. To write Mr. Hickman's life is to write the history 
of his country, for he was in the foremost rank of statesmen 
and patriots during that time of trial. He lived in West- 
chester, Pa. 

Children, b. Westchester, Pa.: 

man), b. Dec. 13, 1840, m. 
Charles H. Moorehead. 

b. Aug. 26, 1S43, m. 
Dr. Albert Cloud. 

b. Aug. 24, 1847, m. 
Rees Davis. 
" b. Apr. 13, 1849, m. 

Frederick S. Dickson. 

b. , d, young. 

b. Oct. 5, 1854, m. 
Percival H. Whaley. 

5043. Regina Ann Phelps, b. Guilford, Vt., 
Jan. 19, 1822, m. Fayette B. Tower. 

Mr. Tower m. 1st Elizabeth K. Phelps, No. 5042, her sis- 
ter, who d. Jan. 21, 1841. No issue. 

Children: 

8909. I. A son (Tower). 

8910. II. Lawrence (Tower), res. 134 Henry Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

5045. Judge Charles Edward Phelps, b. 
Guilford, Vt., 1 May, 1833, m. Martha E. Woodman, 9 Dec, 

1868, 

Judge Phelps removed to Baltimore, Md., with his father 
and mother, graduated at Princeton in 1852, studied law and 
settled in Baltimore. Md,, where he practised law for many 
years as a member of the firm of Phelps & Finley. He was a 
member of Congress, was in the Army of the Rebellion, and 
now a Judge in Baltimore, Md. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md.: 



+ 8903. 


I. 


Lucy Phelps (H 


+ S904. 


II. 


Ada Augusta 


+ 8905. 


III. 


Sarah Jeffries 


+ 8906. 


IV. 


Helen Hortense 


8907. 


V. 


Mary Frances 


+ 8908. 


VI. 


Louisa Gertrude 





^^>^lp. tr^i^y^ 






Sgn. 


I. 


8912. 


II 


S913. 


III. 


8914. 


IV 


8915. 


V 



Eighth Generation. 865 

William M., b. 26 Nov., 1869. 
Charles E., b. 31 Jan., 1871. 
John, b. 25 July, 1873. 
Francis H., b. 18 Oct., 1874. 
Almira, b. 28 March, 1875. 

5048. Hon. James H. Phelps, b. Towushend, 
Vt., Sept. 16, 1 8 1 7 , m. 7 Nov., 1844, Sophia A. Robbins, b 
Jamaica, Vt., 27 August, 1826, d. Townshend, Vt. Mr. 
Phelps graduated at college, studied law and settled in Town- 
shend, Vt. In 1S89 he removed to Sufneld, Ct., where he 
now resides with his daughter. 

Children, b. Towushend, Vt.: 

S916. I. Eliza S., b. 1 June, 1851. 

8917. II. Sarah I., b. 20 Oct., 1853. 

5072. Christopher Columbus Phelps, b. 
Middlebury, Vt., 7 July, 1823, m. 17 Nov., [854, Hannah 
Leonard, b. Troy, Wis. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father early in life to Dover. 
111. After marrying he settled in Troy, Wis. 

Children, b. Troy, Wis.: 

8918. I, A soil. b. 2 March, 1S56, d. 7 March, 1856. 

8919. II, Alice Adelia, b. 3 Oct., [858. 
S920. III. Lyman S., b. 21 April, 1861. 

5075. Diantha Phelps, b. Middlebury, Vt., 
3 Oct., 1828. Removed with her father early in life, to 
Dover, 111., m. Franklin A. Hope, 30 Oct., 1866. She was his 
2nd wife. His 1st wife was her sister, Lucy Strong Phelps, 
b. Middlebury, Vt., 6 July, 1820, d. 22 Feb., 1866, without 
issne. She was No. 5071. 

Mr. Hope settled in Marlboro, 111., where he d. 18 Sept., 
18S4. 

Child, b. Middlebury, Vt.: 

8921. I. Franklin Hope, b. 4 Sept., 1867. Res. Mid- 

dlebury, Vt. 

5076. Epaphras Hinsdale Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 31 Dec, 1812. Emigrated to Springfield, 111., 
and later to Mount Hope, 111., where he settled and m, Mary 

(1 1-3) 



866 Eighth Generation 



s 



Gibbs Morse, 14 Dec, 1837. She was daughter of Dea. John 
and Polly Morse, and was b. Sutton, Mass., d. Mt. Hope., 
111., 10 Oct., 1S65. 

He m. 2nd Widow Mary Ann Burr, 1 Oct., 1866. Mrs. 
Burr's first husband was confined in the Missouri Penitentiary 
for twelve years for helping slaves to their liberty. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Mt. Hope, 111.: 

892?. I. Lyman Munroe, b. iS Dec, 1838, d. 8 Aug., 

1843. 

8923. II. Leauder, b. 31 Jan., 1841, d, 8 June, 1844. 

8924. III. Catharine, b. 2S Nov., 1843, d. 12 Sept., 1863, 

num. 
+ 8925. IV. Mary Ellen, b. 26 Dec, 1847, m. Clarkson 
Finney Orvis. 

8926. V. Cornelia, b. 21 Nov., 1850, d. 16 April, 1S66. 

8927. VI. Lois Amelia, b. 6 April, 1854. 

8928. VII. Emma Jane, b. 9 Oct., 1856. 

+ 8929. VIII. David Stoddard, b. 21 April, 1859, m. Fannie 
Frank. 

5077. Charles Chester Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 14 Oct., 18 14. Emigrated with his brother, 
Epaphras Hinsdale Phelps, to Springfield, 111., where he set- 
tled and m. Sophia little, 31 July, 1837. She was daughter 
of John and Sarah Little, and was b. Northampton, Mass. 

Children, b. Springfield, 111.: 

S930. I. Susan Adelia, b. 12 May, 1839, d. 5 Aug., 

1S49. 
8931. II. Ellen Maria, b. 7 May, 1842, d. 9 Oct., 1842. 

8632. III. Henry Little, b. 25 March, 1842. 

8933. IV. Sophia Ann, b. 26 Nov. 184S. 

8934. V. Charles Chester, b. 10 Dec, 1851. 

8935. VI. Orin Webber, b. 4 March, 1854. 

8936. VII. William Wright, b. 15 Jan., 1857. 

8937. VIII. Lucy Edith, b. 8 Nov., 1859. 

5078. Ebenezer Strong Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass, 15 Oct., 1817. Removed with his father to 
Springfield, 111., and m. Hannah Morse, 12 Aug., 1839. She 



Eighth Generation . S6y 

was daughter of Homer and Sarah Morse, and was b. Shutes- 
bury, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps after marrying settled in Bryant, 111. 

Children, b. Bryant, 111.: 

8938. I. Sarah Louisa, b. 12 Oct., 1841, d. 3 Dec, 

1847. 

8939. II. Henry Lyman, b. 25 Oct., 1844, d. 25 March, 

1845- 

8940. III. Sarah Maria, b. 13 Feb., 1846, d. 12 May, 

1857. 

5941. IV. Delia Emma, b. 12 July, 184S, d. 17 Jan,, 

1869, num. 

5942. V. Joy Lazelle, b. 11 Aug., 1851, m. . 

8943. VI. Ansel Wright, b, 22 May, 1854, m. and had 

one child. Res. Aurora, Neb. 

8844. VII. Minerva D., b. 26 Feb., i860, d. 11 March, 

i860. 

8845. VIII. Oscar C, b. 15 May, 1882. 

5079. James Richards Phelps, b. Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 23 Dec, 1819. Emigrated to Springfield, 111., 
with his father and family in 1831, m. Amanda Welch, 2 
March, 1853. She was daughter of Charles and Elizabeth 
Welch, and was b. Essex Co., N. V. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Wyant, 111., soon removing to Aurora, Neb. 

Children : 

8946. I. Francis Maria, b. 26 Nov., 1853. 

8947. II. George Wright, b. 25 Sept., 1856. 

8948. III. Giles M., b. 8 May, 1S58. 

8949. IV. Charles N., b. 7 Nov., 1862. 

5080. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 25 Aug., 1822. Removed with her father to Spring- 
field, 111., in 1 83 1, m. Lewis J. Colton, 15 Nov., 1841. He 
was sou of Jonathan and Betsey Colton, and was b. Princeton, 
111., where he settled. 

Children, b. Princeton, 111.: 

8950. I. Lucinda Catharine (Colton), b. 4 Sept., i8_]7, 

m. M. Kinney. 



868 Eighth Generation . 

8951. II. Flora Isabelle (Colton), b, 26 Dec, 1849. 

8952. III. Wells Paysou " b. 9 Jan., 1855. 
S953. IV. Mary " b. 1865. 

5082. Lfcixda Wright Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 26 Jan., 1831. Removed with her father and 
family same year to Springfield, 111., where she m. John Gar- 
hart, 14 May, 1848. He was son of John and Elizabeth (Bab- 
cock) Garhart, and was b. Perm. Mr. Garhart settled in 
Princeton, 111. 

Children, b. Princeton, 111.: 

8954. I, Frances Amelia (Garhart), b. 24 May, 1849. 

8955. II. Mary Vincent " b. 23 Jan., 1851. 
+ 8956. III. Alice Elizabeth " b. n Aug., E853, 

m. Douglas Judd. 

5083. Abxer Eathrop Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 10 Aug., 1819, m. Evyhela Wheeler, 13th 
March, J1838. Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass. 

Children, b. Northampton. Mass.: 

8957. I. Levant, b. Dec, 1846. 

895S. II. Leroy, b. 3 Dec, 1S47. 

8959. III. Lazelle, b. 10 Oct., 1853. 

160. IV. Ella, b. 27 Jan,, 1857. 

5086. Nathaniel Phelps, b. Northampton. 
Mass., 12, March, 1826, m. Isabelle M. Malrose. 

Mr. Phelps, after marrying, settled in Wisconsin. 

Children, b. Wisconsin : 

8961. I. Ellen M., b. 25 Nov., 1856. 

8962. II. Julia, b. Oct., 1858. 

5087, Annette Mayhew Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 4 Feb,, 1828. m. Andalusia Hurlburt. 

Child : 

8963. I- Augusta (Hurlburt), b. June, 1889. 

.">0S!>. Jane L. Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 26 Jan., 1832, 111. 28 May, 1855, George Gilbert, b. 
West Brookfield, Mas-. 



Eighth Generation. 869 

Child : 

8964. I. Ida Susan (Gilbert), b. 29 Feb., 1859. 

5093. Fannie Elizabeth Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 31 Aug., 1822. m. Horace Augustus Augur 
10 May, 1854. He was sou of Capt. Daniel Page and Han- 
nah (Smith) Augur, and was b. New Haven, Ct. She was 
his 2d wife. His 1st wife was Catharine E. Hanson, b. New 
Haven, Ct., 1806. 

Mr. Augur settled in New Haven, Ct. 

Children : 

8965. I. Fanny Adell (Augur), b. New Haven, Ct., 4 

Oct., 1857. 

8966. II. Grace " " " "14 

Oct., 1S59. d. 17 May, 1X61. 
8867. III. Bertha Wilder (Augur), b. New Haven, Ct., 
2 June, 1861, 

501)5. Calvin Wilder Phelps, b. Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 27 Feb., 1826, m. Parmelia Clark, 17 July, 1849. 
She was daughter of Alanson and Fidelia (Strong) Clark, and 
was b. Northampton, Mass., 17 Oct., 1832, where shed. 9 
Dec, 1S81. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass. He is a farmer. 
Now living with a daughter. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 
+ 8968. I. Albert Lewis, b. 12 Feb., 185 1, m. Julia 

Cleveland. 
+ 8969. II. Caroline Elizabeth, b. 11 April, 1853, m. 

Charles Snow. 

8970. III. Julia Emma, b. 4 Oct., 1856. Diving in 

Northampton, Mass. 

8971. IV. Mary Fidelia, b. 8 August, 1S60. Diving in 

Northampton, Mass. 

5101. Adelia Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 25 Dec, 1836, m. William Edward Augur, at North- 
ampton, 13 August, 1S64. He was sou of Horace and Catha- 
rine E. (Hanson) Augur, and was b. New Haven, Ct., 3 May, 
1837. He resided in West Haven, Ct. 



8jo Eighth Generation. 

Children, b. West Haven, Ct.: 

5972. I. Robert Clayton (Augur), b. 24 June, 1866. 

5973. II. Charles Elliot " b. 2 Sept., 1868. 
8974. III. Catharine Lillian " b. 22 Feb., 1871. 

5103. George Rockwkll Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., Feb. 20, 1827, m. May 17, 187 1, Julia Rock- 
well Phelps, No. 5096, b. Northampton, Mass., Nov. 9, 1828. 
After marrying he settled in Peoria, 111. 
Child, b. Peoria, 111.: 
S975. I. Grace Martiue, b. June 29, 1873. 

5106. Mary Elizabeth Phelps, b. Prince- 
ton, 111., 13 Sept., 1834, m. William Green. Settled in Illi- 
nois, where he died. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Illinois: 
8976. I. Effie (Green), 

S977. II. Charles " 

8978. III. George " 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Illinois : 

8979. IV. A child (Starkey). 

5101), Lucy Adelia Phelps, b. Princeton. 111. , 
6 May, 1842, m. Gilbert Spaulding. Settled in Aurora, Neb. 

Children, b. Aurora, Neb.: 

8980. I. Child (Spaulding), d. in infancy. 

8981. II. Child d, in infancy. 
89S2. III. Minerva " b. Oct., 1S78. 

5110. Richard Kirbv Chapel, b. Lanesboro. 
Mass., 9 June, 18 15, d. St. Louis, Mo. He was a printer and 
farmer, and resided in Hamilton, N. Y., and later in Milwau- 
kee, Wis., and St. Louis, Mo. He m. in Lanesboro, Mass., 
Susan Betsey Squier, b. Rullona, Vt., 8 July, 1815, d. St. 
Louis, Mo., 22 Nov., 1892. She was daughter of Asa and 
Mary Ann f Wheeler) Squier. 

Child, b. Hamilton, N. Y. : 
8983. 1. Frances Caroline (Chapel), b. 21 June, 1S41, 

m. David Courtney at Hamilton, N. Y., son 
of David Stewart Courtnev and Elizabeth 



Eighth Generation. Sji 

Dorsey Hawkins. He settled in Milwaukee, 
Wis. Has four children. He is a dealer in 
real estate. 

5114. Caroline Augusta Phelps, b. Green- 
field, Mass., April 3, 1814, d. Nov. 28, 1889., m. Jan. 23, 
1838, Sylvester Judd Edwards, b. North Adams, Mass., May 
20, 1813, d. March 28, 1892, son of David and Peninah (Judd) 
Edwards. Res. Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Children, b. Xew York City : 

8983a. II. William Judd (Edwards), b. Aug. 25, 1849, 

d. Feb. 14, 1S98, m. Eva Bidwell. Xo issue. 
+ 8983b. II. Caroline Morgan (Edwards), b. June 14, 

[852, m. George Hunt Prentiss. 

.")115. Hon. Ansel Phelps, b. Greenfield, 
Mass., 7 Oct,, 1S15, m. 11 Sept., 1841, Lydia Page, b. Hard- 
wick, Mass., living in Springfield, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at college, studied law and settled in 
Springfield, Mass., where he was a prominent man. He d. 
in Springfield, Mass., 2 June, i860. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

8984. I. Gertrude, b. 7 Aug., 1848. 

8985. II. A son. 

5120. Dr. Charles Benson Phelps, b. Green 
field, Mass., 27 Oct., 1S24, m. Rebecca Louisa Cummings, 2 
Oct., 1859 She was the oldest child of Gen. Thomas S. and 
Jane (Cook) Cummings, and was b. Xew York City, 8 Sept., 
1827, d. Buffalo, X. Y., 6 Aug., 1859. Hem. 2nd Cornelia 
Waring. 

Mr. Phelps was a dentist, first settling in Xew York City, 
where he resided up to 1854, when he removed to Buffalo, X. 
Y. He d. in Deer field, Mass., 14 May, 1868. 

Children by 1st wife. 

8986. I. Louisa Augusta, b. Xew York City, 2 Sept., 

1 85 1, m. and res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
+ 89S7. II. Charles Cummings, b. Greenfield, Mass., 

14 July, 1S53, m. Almira Osborne. 



v - _' Eig It th Generation . 

8988. III. Henry, b. Buffalo, X. Y., 1 Oct., 1856, d. 2 

Jan., 1857, 
89S.J. IV. Ansel, b. Buffalo, N, Y., 24 Oct. 1858, d. 27 

Oct,, 1858. 

8990. V. Rebecca, b. Buffalo, X, Y., 3 Aug., 1859, d. 7 

Aug. 1859. 

5129. Maurice Charlks Phelps, b. Xorth- 
ampton, Mass., 20 Dec, 1805. Removed with his father and 
family early in life to- Kirkland, Lake Co., Ohio, m. Laura 
Clark, daughter of - - and Polly (Keeler) Clark, who re- 
moved to Ohio. Mr. Phelps, on marrying, removed to Mout- 
pelier, Idaho, about 175 miles from Salt Lake City. 

Xote - —.Says a letter dated in 1872: "At this time he 
had 31 grand-children." 

Children, living 20 Aug., 1872, b. Montpelier, Idaho: 

8991. I. Joseph Maurice. 

8992. II. Hiram Smith, d. about 1888. 

8993. III. Harriet, d. about 1893. 

8994. IV. Pauline, living in Utah. 

8995. Y. Mary Ann, living m Idaho. 

5130. Paulina Phelps, b. Leroy, Ohio, 12 
July, 1 Soy, m. Edwin Reynolds, at Little Mountain, Ohio, 15 
Oct., 1S40. He was b. Little Mountain, Ohio, and settled in 
1852 in Pleasantville, Ohio. 

He was a farmer. Died 11 Dec, 1893. Shed. 31 Jan., 
1887. 

Children, b. Little Mountain, Ohio.: 

8996. I. Martin John (Reynolds), b. 12 Aug., 1843, m. 

Matilda Harlan, 10 Dec, 1874. Had 3 
children. 

8997. II. Mary A. (Reynolds), b. 17 April. 1846, was 

unm. in 1896. 

8998. III. Martha E. (Reynolds), b. 24 May. 1849, d. 24 

Dec, 1S73. 

5131. Orin Phelps, b. Leroy, Ohio, 17 May, 
1811, m. Eliza Ann Lyon in Missouri, Aug., 1837. She was 
daughter of Abram J. and Polly (Pratt) Lyon, and was b. 



Eighth Generation. Syj 

Rushford, N. Y., 2 Oct., 18 iS,' d. Kirtland, Ohio, 4 April, 
1881. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Kirtland, Ohio, where he d. 27 Jan., 
1870. He was a shoe-maker. 

Children : 
+ 8999. I. Abram J., b. Roy Co., Mo., 14 July, 1838,111. 

Olive A. Griswold. 
+ 9000. II. Mary F., b. Chardou, Ohio, 4 Dec., 1841, 111. 

Kilbrum F. Way. 

5132. Eliza Phelps, b. Leroy, Ohio, 22 Feb., 
1813, m. John W. Reynolds. 24 March, 1831. He was b. 
Little Mountain, Ohio, 1807. He settled there and died in 
1884. His wife died there 24 Oct., 1864. 

Children, b. Little Mountain, Ohio: 

9001. I. Lewis (Reynolds). Living 1S96. 

9002. II. William R. " m. Mary Stafford, 2nd Sarah 

Stafford. 

9003. III. Mortimer " 111. Josephine Tyler. Had 

children. 

9004. IV. Henry " m. Emma Manchester. 

9005. V. John " m. Sadie Gooch. Served in 

War of Rebellion. 

9006. VI. Amanda 

9007. VII. Eliza " died. 

9008. VIII. Lucy 

9009. IX. Simeon 

51 34-. Alexander W. Phelps, b. Leroy, Ohio, 
23 May, 1817, 111. Jerusha Reynolds, in Mentor, Ohio, in 1840, 
a young widow with three children. She d. in 1850. Res. 
Little Mountain, Ohio. 

He m. 2nd Betsey Beckwith, in 1S54, a widow with five 
children. He died Aug, 9, 1891. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Little Mountain, Ohio: 

9010. I. Spencer, 111. Juliette Beckwith. Had 3 sons. 

9011. II. Florence, m. George Tyler. One child. 

9012. III. Arthur. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. Little Mountain, Ohio: 



8 J 4- Eighth Generation . 

9013. IV. Almira. She d. 7 Aug., 1891. 

5136. Martin L. Phelps, b. Concord, Ohio, 
23 April, 1822, m. Caroline Prouty, 17 Aug., 1848. She d. 
Little Mountain, Ohio, 19 Feb., 1887. He m 2nd Yira Way. 
Res. Little Mountain, Ohio. 

Children by 1st wife: 

9014. I. Alice E., b. Little Mountain, Ohio. 

9015. II, Delia A., b. 

5137- Mary Ann Phelps, b. Concord, Ohio, 

13 Sept., 1824, m. Albert Pinney, 4 July, 1844. Settled in 
Little Mountain, Ohio, where he d. 16 Sept., 1858. 

She m. 2nd K. W. Curtis, ( 21 May, 1862. Settled in Little 
Mountain, Ohio. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Little Mountain, Ohio: 

9016. I. Orlando (Pinney), m. Bell Coville. 

9017. II. Electa 

901S. III. Lewis '" d. 5 Oct., 1865. 

Child by 2nd husband : 
9019. IV. Perry (Curtis), b. Little Mountain, Ohio. 

514-0. Harriet Phelps, b. Chesterfield, Mass.. 
23 Dec, 1822, m. Sidney E. Bridginan 30 June, 1850. He 
settled in Boston, Mass., where his wife d. 2 Jan., 1885. 

Children, b. Boston, Mass.: 
90.20. I. Hannah Allen (Bridgeman). 

9021. II. Anna C. (Bridgeman). 

5141, Charles Phelps, b. Chesterfield, Mass. 

14 Jan., 1829, m. Martha Bourn, at Chesterfield, Mass., 27 
April, 1S52. She was daughter of Seth and Phebe Bourn, 
and was b. Savoy, Mass., 12 Jan., 1831, d. in Cleveland, 
Ohio, 13 April, 1898. He lived in So. Deerfield, Mass., and 
Cleveland, Ohio. He was a farmer and miller. He d. Cleve- 
land, ( )., [9 April, 1898. 

Children, b. South Deerfield, Mass., except first two: 
1022. I. George Howard, b. Chesterfield, Mass., 5 

Feb., 1853, m. Catharine Eastwood. 
•<^1. II. Fidelia, b. Chesterfield, Mass., 16 Aug., 1855. 



Eighth Generation. 8-5 

+ 9024, III. Willis Allen, b. 19 April, 1857, m. Mary Ann 

Needs. 
+ 9025. IV. Walter Lyman, b. 22 Dec., 1858, m. Mary 

Beeman. 
+ 9026. V. Charles Spencer, b. 12 Dec., 1862, m. Cora 

E. Cooley. 

9027. VI. Martha Emma, b. 2 Sept., 1869. Teacher in 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

9028. VII. Mary Bourn, b. 4 June, 1875, m. Burnett 

Reynolds, iS June, 1896. Res. Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

5145. Samuel Henry Phelps, b. Chester, 
Mass., Jan. 10, 1814, d. Jan. 5, 1874, m. Ma}' 25, 1840, Abi- 
gail Day Melleu, b. Belchertown, Mass., Sept. 18, 182 1, d. 
Feb. 9, 1866, daughter of Dexter and Hannah (Dwight) Mel- 
len. Res. Ware, Mass. 

He was an express agent and was deputy sheriff for many 
years. 

Children, b. Ware, Mass.: 

+ 9029. I. John Francis, b. March 10, 1842, m. Helen E. 

Lovett. 
9030. II. Abbie Ella. b. June 4, 1844, d. 1847. 

+ 9031. III. Emma, b. May 2, 1847, m. Edward W. Sag- 

endorph. 
+ 9032. IV. Abbie Electa, b. Aug. 25, 1849, ra. John C. 

Brooks. 

9033. V. Julia Maria, b. Feb. 15, 1852, res. Westfield, 

Mass. 

5146. Julia Ann Phelps, b. Chester, Mass., 
Jan. 1, 1816, d. - — , m. - — , A. Peters, b. , d. - — . 

Child : 

9034. I. Julia (Peters), m. R. Griffin. Res. Syracuse, 

N. Y, 

5148. Laura Ladd Phelps, b. Chester, Mass., 
July 5, 1818, m. Oct. i.S. 1827, John Addison Carrington, of 
Chester, b, Feb. 22, 181 1, killed by the cars Jan., 1878. 
Res. Chester, Mass. Mr. Carrington was a farmer. 



8y6 Eighth Generation . 

Mrs. Carrington now res. with her daughter, at 57 Carew 

street, Springfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Chester, Mass.: 

+ 9035. I. George Willis (Carrington), b. July 15,1838, 

in. Isetta K. Grant. 
+ 9036, II, Mary Amelia (Carrington), b. Jan. 23, 1841, 

m. William W. Ward, 
9037. III. Eliza Corinna (Carrington), b. April 28. 1846, 

m. May 20, 1893, Frank Wurm, who d. Jan. 

20, 1890. No issue. 
+ 9038. IV. John Edward (Carrington), b. Nov. 12, 1S49, 

111. Mary A. Cook. 

5110. Charles Knox Phelps, b. Chester, 
Mass., Oct. 9, 1819, d, 1864, m. Sept., 1843, Eliza A. Avery, 
who d. before 1864. 

Children : 

9039. I. 

9040. II. 

9041. III. 

5152. Martin Sheldon Phelps, b. Chester, 
Mass., July 21, 1823, d. Sept. 2, 189S, m. Oct. 21, 1858, Han- 
nah Phelps of Otis, Mass., b - - , d. March, 1876. 

He m. 2nd, Nov. 2 1878, Mrs. Maria E. Kenuey, b. Whate- 
ly, Sept. 6, 1S46, daughter of Oliver and Thankful (Childs) 
Smith. 

He settled in Blandford, Mass., in 1856, where his widow 
now lives, (1899). 

Children, b. Blandford, Mass.: 

9042. I. Charles Martin, b. Oct. 23, 1879. 

9043. II. Maud Beatrice, b. July 11, 1881. 

9044. III. Ruby Grace, b. May 21, 1885. 

5153. ELECTA Phelps, b. Chester, Mass., 
Nov. 26, 1825, 111. Nov. 1844, William Bromley, b— -d. 1877. 

Res. Blandford, Mass. 

Child : 

9045. I. Son (Bromley), b— - d. 1896. 



Eighth Generation. 877 

5154. Mary Phelps, b. Huntington, Mass., 
Feb. 2i, 1S2S, d. Aug. 21, 1888, m. as 2nd wife at Chatham, 
N. Y., Sept. 28, 1S4S, Dr. T. K. DeWolf, b. Otis, Mass., May 
18, 1801., d. Chester, Mass., Xov. 2, 1S90, son of Capt. 
James and Naomi (Ames) DeWolf. Res. Chester, Mass. 

Children, b. Chester, Mass.: 

9046. I. Henry Clay (DeWolf), b. May 23, 1850, d. 

Oct. 29, 1872. 
+ 9047. II. De Witt Clinton (DeWolf), b. Feb. 10, 1864, 

m. Harriet F. Woodcock. 

5155. Edward Phelps, b. June, 28, 1830. 
Res. Bennington, Vt. 

Children : 

9048. I. 

9049. II. 

5157. Martha Maim Phelps, b. Chester, 
Mass., July 21, [836, m. Oct. 7, 1856, Martin L/yman Bart- 
lett, b. 1832, d. April 18, 1864. 

She m. 2nd, Jan. 31, 1872, Caleb Dewey, b. July 26, 1S25, 
d. Xov. 25, 1873, son of Caleb and Lucretia (Phelps) 
Dewey. (Mr, Dewey had four children by his first wife.) 

She m. 3d, June 17, 1885, Charles E. Joice (or Thayer). 
She was living in Springfield, Mass in 189S. 

5163. Horace B. Foster, b. Leyden, Mass., 
26 April, 1828, m. Abbie Neal, at Hudson, Ohio, 19 July, 
1855. She was daughter of Jerry and - - (Seward) Neal, b. 
Hudson 16 Jan., 18S0. Hem. 2nd Mary F. Wood, at Clinton, 
Conn., 9 Nov., 1881. She was daughter of Luke E. and Car- 
oline M. (Buell) Wood. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hudson, Ohio. He is a lawyer there. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Hudson, Ohio: 

9050. I. Jerry N. (Foster), b. Jan., 1858, d. April, 

[858. 

9051. II. Jessie F. b. 29 Jan., 1S59. 

Children bv 2nd wife: 



.s'-.V Eighth Generation. 

9052. Ill, Horace W. (Foster), b. Clinton, Ct., 29 July, 

1882. 

9053. IV. Marie J. b. Hudson, O., 20 Oct., 

[885. 

5165. George W. Phelps, b. Williamstown, 

Mass., 10 Nov., 1820, m. Celestia R. Beach, at New Ashford, 
.Mass., 11 Oct., 1849. She was daughter of Alexander and 
Mehitabel (Nash) Beach, and was b. New Ashford, 6 Sept., 
[831. She was living in 1896, with her son, Morgan E. 
Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps settled in New Ashford, where he d. 15 Jan., 
1873. He was a farmer, carpenter and surveyor. 

Children, b. New Ashford, Mass.: 

+ 9054. I. George H., b. 6 Sept., 1852, m. Melissa L. 

Colton. 
+ 9055. II. Allen I)., b. 19 Sept., 1S52, m. Margaret 

Dowanee. 
+ 9056. III. Morgan E., b. 17 Dec, 1854, m. Martha A. 

Cole. 
+ 9057. IV. Warren A., b. 15 July, 1857, in. Mary Jane 

Davis. 
+ 9058. V. Carlton T., b. 13 Oct., 1S67, m, Virginia 

Turner. 

5167. Daniel H. Phelps, b. Williamstown, 
Mass., 4 March, 1823, m. Mary E. Tiffany, at Williamstown, 
Mass., 15 Feb., 1851. She was daughter of Ephraim and 
Sarah (Madison) Tiffany, and wash. Berlin, N. Y., now living 
(1896) in Williamstown, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps settled on the old homestead of his father and 
grandfather in Williamstown, where he died 22 July, 18S7. 
He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Williamstown, Mass.: 

9059. I. Cassius D., b. 24 March, 1S52. 



9060 
906 1 

t;i if 12 
9063 
9064 



II. Gershom C, b. 15 May, 1854. 

III. George L., b. 25 May, 1863, d. in infancy. 

IV. Lucy Elizabeth, b. 24 Jan., 1858. 
V. Wealthy S., b. 5 Aug., 1868. 

VI. Ella A., b. 28 Sept., 1873. 



\ 



Eighth Generation, 8yp 

5169. Thomas Cooley Phelps, b. Williams- 
town, Mass., 28 June, 1S26, m. Hannah Sophia Moore, at 
Goshen, Mass., 11 Dec., 1857. She was daughter of Rufus 
and Hannah (Hosford) Moore, and was b. Goshen, Mass., 20 
May, 1835. 

Mr, Phelps is a farmer. He has resided in South Williams- 
town, Mass., Belvidere, 111., North Adams, and Blackintou, 
Mass., where he is now located. 

Children : 

+ 90155. I. Alice Elizabeth, b. So. Williamstown, Mass., 

6 Feb., 1854, m. A. W. Preston. 
+ qo66. II. Klla Louisa, b. 18 June, 1856, m. Hobart B. 

Potter. 
9067. III. Fred Moore, b. Belvidere, 111., 5 June, 1 8 6 r , 

d. 7 Sept., 1X72. 
+ 9068. IV. Minnie Belle, b. No. Adams, Mass., 9 April, 

1865, m. Geo. R. Lynch. 
+ 9069. V. Mary Octavia, b. No. Adams, Mass., 10 May, 

1868, m. Mortimer Winfield Thomas. 
+ 9070. VI. Frank Cooler, b. No. Adams, Mass., 18 Oct., 

1X7 1, m. Mary M. Lane. 

5172. Lucy J. Phelps, b. Williamstown, 
Mass., 8 Nov., 1830, m. George L. Ford, 22 Sept,, 1S52. He 
was son of Ira and Anna (Sherman) Ford, and was b. Wil- 
liamstown, 10 May, 1827. Settled in Williamstown, where 
he d. 22 Feb., 1889. He was a farmer. His widow now liv- 
ing in Williamstown. 

Children : 

9071. I. Helen Adelle (Ford), b. Williamstown, Mass., 

4 Sept., 1853, d. 30 Jan., 1884. 

9072. II. Idaletta (Ford), b. Williamstown, Mass., 13 

Oct., 1855. 

9073. III. Millicent (Ford), b. Bennington, Vt., 27 

Jan., 1859. 

9074. IV. Herbert Jerome (Ford), b. Bennington, Vt., 

20 July, 1861, d. 18 Aug,, 1S67. 

9075. V. Anna Hall (Ford), b. Bennington, 18 May, 

1S64. 



880 Eighth Generation. 

907(1. VI. George Hyland (Ford), b. Wilmington, Mass., 

14 Jan., 1867, d. 22 Feb., 1869. 

51 74. Martha M. Phelps, b. Williamstown, 
Mass., 9 April, 1834, m. Milo Johnson. He d. in Williams- 
town, Mass., in 1883. His widow resides in Williamstown, 
Mass. 

5176. Sophia A. Phelps, b. Williamstown, 
Mass., 28 May, 1838, m. Lowell Johnson, at Williamstown, 
Mrss., 1 Jan., 1S63. He was son of Horace and Rebecca 
(Barnabee) Johnson, and was b. Windsor, Mass., 9 Oct., 1837. 
Settled in Northampton, Mass. A meat and vegetable mar- 
ket-man. He d. in Rome, N. Y., 14 Oct., 1895. His wife 
resides in Northampton, Mass,, 13 Bates street. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.; 

9077. I. Alice C. (Jonnson), b. 7 March, 1867. 

9078. II. Laura M, d. Oct. 14, 1895, num. 

5170. Emma L, Phelps, b. Williamstown, 
Mass., 11 July, 1844, m. Chauncey Whitney, 26 Aug., 1868. 
He .was son of Ira and Margaret (Paffer) Whitney, and was b. 
Stamford, \'t., 30 Sept., 1844. 

Mr. Whitney is a fanner and res. in Williamstown, Mass. 

Children, b. Williamstown, Mass., except the fifth: 

(Whitney), b. 17 May, 1S69. 
b. 1 Nov., 1870. 
b. 6 Feb., 1872, d. 

b. 19 Nov., 1874. 
b. Adams, Mass., 

b. 20 July, 1879. 
b. 25 Oct., 1S83. 
b. 17 Oct., 18S7. 

Phelps, b. Williamstown, 
Mass., 18 Feb., [.S47, m, George Lindley, 18 Feb., 1807. He 
was son of John and Abigail (Ladd) Lindley, and was b. Cam- 
den Ohio, 26 Jan., 1843. 

Mr. Lindley resided in Bennington, Vt., and Williamstown,. 
Mass. Pie is a carpenter. 



9079. 


I. 


(j-ertrnde bophu 


9080. 


II. 


Grace M. 


9081. 


III. 


Mary Ellen 
16 Nov., 1885 


9082. 


IV, 


Martha Phelps 


9083. 


V. 


Emma Charity 

12 Jan., 1877. 


9084. 


VI. 


Eva Chaney 


9085, 


VII. 


Ruth Jessie 


9086. 


VIII. 


Helen Sewall 




5 


180. Sarah F 



Eighth Generation, 88 1 

Children, b. Williamstown, Mass., except first.: 

9087. I. Frederick Cooley (Lindley), b. Bennington, 

Vt., iS Jan., 1S6S. 

9088. II. Charles Frank, b. 21 July, 1869. 

9089. III. Arthur George, b. 12 Sept., 1871. 

9090. IV. Angie Bell, b. 15 April, 1S7S, d. 20 May, 

187s. 

9091. Y. Grover Cleveland, b. 23 Aug., 1884. 

5181. Nancy A. Phelps, b. Williamstown, 
Mass., 17 Feb., 1849, m. John Kergau, 29 Dec, 1870. He 
was b. vStockbridge, Mass., and resides in Glendale, Mass. 

Children, b. Stockbridge, Mass.: 

9092. I. John Alfred, (Kergau), b. April is, 1872, d. 

April 28, 1872. 

9093. II. Mattie Sophia (Kergau), b. May 7, 1876. 

9094. III. Minnie Dell b. Sept. 13, 1879, 

d. Oct., 1879. 

9095. IV. Sadie Lizzie (Kergau), b. Dec. 21, 1884. 

9096. V. May Phelps " b. Sept 13, 1888. 

5182. John Phelps Parsons, b. Granville, 
Mass., 1S13, d. Coldwater, Mich., March 15, 1871,111. 1845 
Jane McCrea, b. , d . 

They removed to Michigan about [852. 

9097. I: Samuel (Parsons). 

9098. II. Fzra 

9099. III. Nellie 

Note— See additions and corrections for additional facts 
relating to earlier generations in the Phelps line. 

518-1. Marytta Parsons, b. Granville, Mass., 
Aug. 27, 1819, m. 1844 Loring Lane, b. July 23, 1822, d. 
Aug., 1889, son of Loring and Laura (Goodwin) Lane. 
Res. Hartford, Ct. 

Children : 

9100. I. Mary F. (Lane), d. young. 

+ 9101. II. Loring Parsons (Lane), b. July 9, 1S54, in. 

Sarah E. Stimpson. 

<H-4) 



882 Eighth Generation . 



s 



5186. Jam: M. Parsons, b. Granville. Mass., 
July 21, 1825, d. - — , m. 1852 O. F. Gibbons. 

Children : 

9102. I. Ida (Gibbons), b. 1854, d, young. 

9103. II. Edna Jane " b. . 

5 INS. Elizabeth Phelps Wright, b. March 
24, 1836, m. June 15, 1864, Rev. William Ely Boies, of Long- 
meadow. Mass., b. Charleston, S. C, Jan. 27, 1823, son of 
Rev. Artemas and Abigail (Ely) Boies. 

Mr. Boies graduated Yale college, 1844, and from Lane 
Theological seminary in 1848, when Rev. Dr. Lyman Beecher 
was at its head. Res. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Children, b. Longmeadow, Mass.: 

+ 9104. I. Elizabeth, b. May 1, 1865, m. Leon Jourolmon. 

9105. II. William Artemas, b. April 10. 187 1. Res. 

Knoxville, Tenn. A physician. Graduated 
Homeopathic college in X. Y., 1S96. 

5101. Anita Georgiaxa Phelps, b. Porto 
Cabello, S. A., April 24, 1833, d. Xew York, March 24, 1873, 
m. in Xew York, April 24, 1850, Hon. John Lee Carroll, son 
of Charles Carroll. 

Mr, Carroll was governor of Maryland, and a great grand- 
sou of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, a signer of the Declara- 
tion of Independence. 

Children : 

Mary Louisa. 
Anna Maria. 
Royal. 
Charles. 
Mary Irene. 
VI. John Lee, m. Mary Randolph. 
VII. Mary Helen. 

5105. Fanny Arabella Hayes, b. Delaware, 
Ohio, 10, 1820, m. vSept. 2, 1839, William Augustus Piatt, b. 
Lanesboro, Mass., March 7, 1N09, sou of William and Pamela 
I Rove) Piatt. Res. Columbus, Ohio. 



9 106, 


I 


9107. 


II 


9108. 


III 


9109. 


IV, 


9110. 


Y, 


01 11. 


VI, 


9 112, 


VII, 



Eighth Generation. 88 



3 



9112a. I. Sarah Sophia (Piatt), b. Oct. 5, 1S40, d. 

June 15, 1841. 
+ 91 12b. II. Laura (Piatt), b. April 6, 1N42, m. John G. 

Mitchell. 
+ 9112C. III. William Hayes (Piatt), b. March 3, 1844,11. 

Jan. 27, 1851. 
+ 91 1 2d. IV. Fanny (Piatt), b. April 12, 1847, 111. Frskine 

B. Fullerton. 
'+9ii2.e V. Emily (Piatt), b, July 18, 1850, m. Russell 

Hastings, 
-r 91 121. VI. Rutherford Hayes (Piatt), b. Sept. 6, 1853, 

in. Maryette Smith. 

5196. Gen. Rutherford Birchard Hayes, 
b. Delaware, Ohio, Oct. 4, 1S22, d. Fremont, Ohio, Jan. 13, 
[893, m. at Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 30, 1S52, Lucy Ware Webb, 
b. Chillicothe, Ohio, Aug. 28, 1831, d. Fremont, Ohio, June 
25, 1889, dau. of Dr. James and Maria (Cook) Webb. Gen. 
Hayes was graduated at Kenyou College, Ohio, in 1S42, and 
from the Harvard Law School, at Cambridge, Mass., in 1844, 
and began the practice of law in Lower Sandusky, now Fre- 
mont, Ohio, in company with Mr. Ralph P. Buckland. In 
June, 1S47, he had made up his mind to go to Mexico as a 
volunteer, but his physician would not allow it. He volun- 
teered in the beginning of the war of 1861, and refused a 
colonelcy, but a little later accepted the majorship of the 23d 
Ohio Volunteers, under Col. W. S. Rosecrans, and Lieut. Col, 
Stanley Matthews, was soon promoted, was wounded in battle 
four times, was nominated and elected to Congress in 1864, 
but did not take his seat until after the war. He was elected 
governor of Ohio and served a number of years, and was nom- 
inated for the presidency in 1876, and ran against Gov. Sam- 
uel J. Tilden, of New Vork. After the election, there was 
much discussion as to the manner of counting the votes, which 
was finally settled by the appointment of an electoral com- 
mission, whose decision gave the presidency to Gen. Hayes, 
and while for several years there was much bitterness of feel- 
ing, there are now very few who do not agree that the wisest 
course was taken, President Hayes's administration was con- 
servative and wise and patriotic, and history will record it as 



s.\' / Eighth Generation. 

equal to that of any other president in dealing with the great 
questions of the period. 

Children, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, except the last : 

+ 91 13. I. Birchard Austin (Hayes), b. Nov. 4, 1853, m. 

Mary Sherman. 
91 14. II. Webb Cook " b. March 20, 1S56. 

+ 9115. III. Rutherford Piatt " b. June 24, 1858, 

m. Lucy Hayes Piatt. 
+ 91 16. IY. Fanny (Hayes), b, Sept. 2, 1867, m. Harry 

Eaton Smith. 

91 17. V. Scott Russell (Hayes), b. Columbus, Ohio, 

Feb. 8, 1 87 1. 

5197. Sarah Henrietta Phelps, b. New 
York City, 1819, d. , m. Charles E. Anderson. 

Res. New York City. 

Children, b. New York City : 

9118. I. Eouise (Anderson), b. 1847, m. Capt. - 

Deblois. 

91 19. II. Henry " m. 

9120. III. Herbert 
912 1. IV. Walden 

9122. V. Estella " 

9123. VI. Julian " b. 1859. 

5198. Julia Elizabeth Phelps, b. New York 
City, - - d. 1870, m. - — , Stevens Thomson Mason, b. 181 1, 
d. Jan., 1S43, aged 32 years. Mr. Mason was Governor of 
Michigan 1835 to 1839. 

She 111. 2nd , William Henry McYickar. 

Children, by 1st husband, b. Michigan : 

9124. I. Dora (Mason), b. 1839, m. Col. Wright of 

Newark, N. J. 

9125. II. Thaddeus Phelps (Mason), b. — , d. aged 3 

years. 

5199. Maria Ellsworth Phelps, b. New 
York City, - — , 111. - — , Sidney E. Ashmore. 

Res. New York City. 

Children, b. New York City : 



Eighth Generation . 



885 



I. Dora (Ashmore), b. 1854. 
II. Alice 

5200. Louisa Dorixtha Phelps, b. New 
, m. , Harry Routh. 



9126. 
9127. 

York City, 

Res. New York City. 

Children : 

I. Madeline (Routh), b. 1854. 



II. Maria 



b. 1 86 1. 



5201. Arabella Phelps, b. New York City, 
-, Dr. Alexander B. Mott. 



9128. 
9129. 

1829, m. 

Res. New York City. 

Child, b. New York City : 
9130. I. Valentine (Mott), b. 1853. 

5202. George Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 7 
Nov., 1S22, m. Lucy L. Pomeroy at Suffield, Ct., 17 April, 
1849. She was daughter of Israel and Lydia (Lewis) Pom- 
eroy. and was b. Wayne, N. Y.. 7 Oct., 1824, d. Suffield, Ct., 
5 Jan., 1870. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Suffield, Ct. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Suffield. Ct.: 

I. Elvira, b. 5 April, 1851, d. 15 Sept., 1851. 

II. Isabelle, b. 20 Sept., 1852. 

III. A son, b. 20 Sept., 1852, d. 20 Sept., 1852. 

IV. Georgiana, b, 4 Jan., 1854. 
A'. Augusta L., b. 14 Sept., 1856, d. 18 Nov., 

1865. 

9136. VI. Thaddeus L-, b. 29 Aug., 1859. 

9137. VII. Clara Maria, b. 2 May, 1861, d. iS Dec, 1865. 

9138. VIII. Luther, b. 21 July, 1862, d, 21 Feb., 1864, 

9139. IX. A daughter, b. 20 Oct., 1863, d. 21 Oct. ,1863. 

9140. X. Hannah, b, 10 Nov., 1865. 

5309. Aaron Oscar Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 
16 Nov., 1836, m. Harriet O. Peacock, at Kentland, Ind., 31 
Aug., 1863. She was daughter of John and Selina Peacock, 
and was b. England, 24 April, 1842. She d. in Kentland, 
Ind., 29 April, 1867. He m. 2d, Isabella Buell, at Ottawa, 



9131 
9132 

9i33 
0134 
9L35 



886 Eighth Generation. 

111., 9 Aug., i s 7 6 . She was b. in Monroe Co., N.Y., 29 May, 
1842. No issue. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Kentland, Ind.: 

914 1. I. Clarence Hurlbnrt, b. 18 June, 1S66, d. 5 

July, 1870, 

5210. Susan Amelia Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 
S March, 1839, m. John Donovan. Settled in Chicago, 111., 
where he was burned in the great fire of 9 Oct., 187 1. She d. 
at Suffield, Ct., 14 Feb., 1874. 

Child : 

9142. I, Susan (Donovan), b. Chicago, 111. Now re- 

sides with her uncle, Win. Donovan, at 
Weedsport, N. Y. 

5212. Dr. John Hurlburt Phelps, b. Suf- 
field, Ct., 5 April, 1844, m. Jane Irwin at Aurora, 111., 2 Oct., 
1867. She was daughter of W. and Margaret (Patricks) 
Irwin, and was b. Detroit,' Mich, , Feb., 1845. Dr. Phelps is 
a physician in Guthrie, Oklahoma. No issue. 

5213. Robert Remington Phelps, b. Kane- 
ville, 111,, 8 Sept., 1846, 111. Delia E. Hathaway, in Branch Co., 
Mich., 16 Nov., 1880. She was daughter of J. E, and Minerva 
Hathaway, and was b, Orleans Co., N. Y., 12 May, 1S51, d. 
Burden, Kan., 17 May, 1887, 

He 111. 2nd Nattie E. Hathaway, at Chicago, 111,, 25 Dec, 
18S7, She was sister of his first wife, and was b. Orleans Co., 
N. Y., 22 Oct., 1856. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Burden, Kan., later in Arkansas 
City, Kan. He is a druggist. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Burden, Kan. 

9143. I. Ethel, b. 30 Oct., 1881, d. 25 Nov., 18S7. 
0144. II. Robert, b. 23 April, 1884, d. 24 Nov., 1887. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. Arkansas City, Kan.: 

9145. III. Ethel, b. 16 Nov., [888. 

5225. Judge Edward Taylor Austin, b. 
Texas, 26 July, 1822, m. Maria Esther Herbert. She was 
daughter of den. Herbert, of Galveston, Texas, where she was 
born, and where she d, 13 May, 1873. 



Eighth Generation . 88j 

Judge Austin settled in Galveston, Texas, where he is a 
prominent citizen. 

Children, b. Galveston, Texas. 

9146. I. Maria Adell (Austin), b. 24 Jan., 1858. 

9147. II. Henrietta b. 8 April, 1859. 

9148. III. Herbert " b. 1 Dec, i860. 

9149. IV. Vacry Edward " b. 29 March, 1862. 

9150. V. Estelle Emily " b. 2 Nov., 1864. 

9151. VI. Henry Austin " b. 20 Dec, 1866. 

9152. VII. Edward Taylor " b. 3 Nov., 1868. 

5228. Hakkiet Williman Holley, b. New 

Haven, Ct., 13 Dec. 1808, m. William Moser Brand, 8 Jan., 
1825, in Lexington, Ky. He was son of John Brand of Dun- 
dee, Scotland, and was b. there 29 May. 1803. Settled in 
Lexington, Ky., where he d. 2,^ Nov. 1845. His widow re- 
sided in Anchorage, Ky., in 1891. 

Children, b. Lexington, Ky.: 
+ 9153. I. William Holly (Brand), b. 28 March, 1826,111. 

Frances McCauu. 
+ 9134. II. Elizabeth Hay (Brand), !>, May 20, 1S27, m. 

Elisha W. Warfield. 
+ 9133. III. Mar\- Austin, b. 21 Oct., 1829, m. Austin 

Dall. 
+ 913(1. I\'. Horace Holley (Brand), b. 4 April, 1832,111. 

Rebecca Brown Wilson. 
9157. V. John Samuel (Brand), b. 30 Nov., 1834, d. 

5 Aug., 183.6. 
+ 9158. VI. Harriet Holley (Brand), b. 27 Jan., 1836., m, 

William Edward Burr. 
9159. VII. Margaret Watt (Brand), b. 4 March, 1838, d. 

June, 1838. 
+ 9160. VIII. Emily Austin (Brand), b. 9 Oct., 1839, m. 

Arthur Payne Clarkson. 
9161. IX. John Watt (Brand), b. 27 April, 1841, m. 

Molly Jane Kinney. 
+ 9162. X. Katherine M. (Brand), b. 20 Dec, 1842,111. 

twice. 
+ 9163. XL George Charlton (Brand), b. 12 Jan. 1844, m. 

Virginia H. McDonald. 



988 Eighth Generation 



& 



5232. Rev. Charles H. A. Dall, b. Balti- 
more. Mel., 12 Feb., 1816, m. Caroline Healey. 

Rev. Mr. Dall, graduated at college, studied theology, and 
was first settled in Boston, Mass., but became a noted mission- 
ary for 30 years. He d. 12 Feb., 1886. 

Children, b. Boston, Mass.: 

9164. I. William Henry (Dall), m. Nettie Whitney. 

Res. Washington, D. C. Has three chil- 
dren. Is a noted scientist and author, and 
connected with the Smithsonian Institution. 

9165. II. Sarah Keene (Dall), m. Josiah Morace. 

5235. Joseph E. Dall, b. Baltimore, Md., 13 
Aug., 1823, 111. Julia Cook. 

Mr. Dall, settled in Baltimore, Md., where he was a mer- 
chant. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md.: 

9166. I. Harriet Witridge (Dall). 

9167. II, Eleanor Addison, d. young. 

9168. III. Joseph, 

5236. Maria Louisa Dall, b. Baltimore, Md., 
26 Sept., 1830, m. Thomas W. Atkinson. He was sou of 
Rev. Win, Atkinson, of Virginia, and nephew of Bishop At- 
kinson, of Baltimore, Md. 

Settled in Baltimore, Md., where he d. 14 Oct., 1872. 

9169. I. Louisa Dall (Atkinson). 

+ 9170. II. Mary W. " 111. Philip A. Tillard. 

5240. Henry Sanford Austin, b. Baltimore, 
Md., 28 Feb., 1826, m. Anna B. Robinson, 7 Sept., 1852. 
By her he had no issue. 

He 111. 2nd Kate Freese, 4 Sept., 1866. 

Mr. Austin settled in San Francisco, Cal. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. San Francisco, Cal.: 

9171. I. Mary Howard (Austin), b. 15 July, 1867. 

9172. II. Florence Maria b. 3 May, 1869. 

9173. III. Henry Hepborn " b. 15 July, 1876. 



Eighth Generation . 88<? 

524-4-. Henry Phelps Sanford, b. Paines- 
ville, Ohio, about 1830, 111. Emeline Hug-gins. Settled in 
Painesville, Ohio. 

Children, b. Painesville, Ohio : 

9174. I. Henry Huggins (Sanford). 

9175. II. Henrietta 

9176. III. Mary 

9177. IV. Percy Phelps 

524-5. Anthony Phelps Sanford, (in some 
records called Tony), b Painesville, Ohio, about 1840, m. 
Harriet Herrick. 

Child, b. Painesville, Ohio : 

9 1 7 S . I Phelps (Sanford). 

5246 Henrietta Phelps Sanford, b. 
Painesville, Ohio, 111. Rev. Mr. Gauter, Sept., 1865. He set- 
tled in Akron, Ohio, where he d. in 1893. His widow in 
1895, resided in Painesville, Ohio. 

Children, b. Akron, Ohio : 

9179. I. Annie (Ganter). 

91S0. II. Leo 

9181. III. Carl 

9182. IV. Max 

5249. Commander Jonathan Mayhew Wain- 

wright, b. New York City, Jan. 27, 1821, d. Jan. 1, 1863,111. 
Feb. 8, 1844, Maria Page of Virginia. He was a commander 
in the U. S. navy, and died in the service of his country, 
while in command of the U. S. S. Harriet Lane, in action at 
Galveston, Texas. 

Children : 
9185. I. Jonathan Mayhew (Wainwright), b. Jan. 7, 

1S49, d. Jan. 9 1S70, 011 board the U. S. S. 
Mohegan, of wounds received in action off 
the west coast of Mexico. He was an ensign 
in U. S. navy. 
9184. II. Elizabeth Mayhew (Wainwright), b. Aug. 11, 

1850, d. July 12, 18S3, m. John Page Buruell, 
M, D., of Wilmington, Del. 



8 <;< > Eig litli Genera Hon . 

+ 9185. III. Robert Powell Page (Wainwright), b. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., May 19, 1852, m. Josephine 
Serrell. 

+ 9186. IV. Maria Page (Wainwright), in. Winston H. 

Slaughter. 

5254. John Howard Wainwright, b. New 

York City, June 15 1829, d. April 6, 1871, m, Margaret Living- 
ston Stuyvesvant, dan. of Nicholas William and Augusta 
Content (Cheesbrongh) Stuyvesaut, of New York City. 

Children : 

91S7. I. John Howard (Wainwright), b. Feb. 14,1862, 

m. April 28, 1886, Catharine Ksther Walker, 

dau. of Francis Thompson and Catharine 

'Esther (Penfold) Walker, of New York 

City. 

+ 9188. II. Stnyvesant (Wainwright), b. June 15, 1863, 

m. Caroline Snowden. 

+ 91S9. III. Jonathan Mayhew (Wainwright), b. Dec. 10, 
iSba, m. Laura Wallace Buchanan, 

+ 9190. IY. Richard Tighe (Wainwright), b. May 17, 

1868, m. Alice T. Crawford.  

5255. Maria Trumbull Wainwright, b. New 

York City, March 7, 1831, m. Dec. 4, 185 1 , Theodore Bailey 
Bronson, of New York City, b. Aug. 29, 1830,' d. Dec. 5, 
[881. 

Children: 

I. Arthur (Bronson), b. Feb. 25, 1852, d. Oct. 

n a 1855. 
II. Amelia Maria " b. Aug. 10, 1854, 111. An- 

drew Hammersley, Jr. 

III. Anne Eliza " b. Dec. 18, 1855, m. Shel- 
don Smith. 

IV. Theodore Bailey (Bronson), b. July 29, i860, 
d. Oct. 27, 1886. 

V. Mayhew Wainwright " b. Mar. 29, 1864. 

XI. Talmadge Wainwright " b. Nov. 8, 1866, 
d. Oct, 15, .1878. 





9191. 


+ 


9192. 


+ 


9193- 




9194. 




» 




9195- 




9196. 



Eighth Generation . 891 

5259. Rev. Francis Chetwood Wainwright., 
b. New York City, Feb. 10, 1S39, d. Nov. 30, 1874, m. Feb. 
22, 1S65, Frances Mary Davis. 

Children : 

9197. I. Belinda Fmmot Davis (Wainwright), b. Feb. 

6, 1866. 

9198. IF Francis Chetwood b. Jnne 

6, 1S67. A clergyman. 

9199. III. Amelia Maria b. Dec. 

9, 1 868. • 

52<>1. William Augustus Muhlenberg 
Wainwright, M. D., b. New York City, Aug. 13, 1844, d. 
Hartford, Ct., Sept. 24, 1894, m. Jan. 14, 1869, Helen Barber 
Talcott, daughter of Thomas Grosvenor and Sarah A. (Jones) 
Talcott, of Hartford, Ct. 

He removed to Hartford, Ct., in 1868. 

Children : 

cj2oo. I. Mabel Wyllys (Wainwright), b, Dec. 9, 1869. 

9201. IF John Howard b. June 15,1871, 

d. same day. 

9202. III. Talcott " b. May 22,1872, 

d. July 3, 1S76. 

9203. I\'. Jonathan Mayhew " b. Feb.'2o, 1873. 

9204. V. John Ledyard b. May 10, 1875, 

d. Aug. 29, 1875. 

9205. VI. Helena Talcott " b. March 28, 

1S77, d. Dec. 30, 1878. 

9206. VII. Flizabeth Mayhew (Wainwright), b. April 16, 

1878. 

9207. VIII. Katherine Grosvenor b. Dec. 28, 

1880, d. July 15, 1 88 1. 

9208. IN. William Talcott " b. Aug. 24, 

1S83, d. July 29, 18S4. 

9209. N. Philip Stanley b. May 12, 

1885- 

9210. NI. Margaret " b. Oct. 26, 

1887, d. Feb., 1S88. 



S92 Eighth Generation. 

5268. Elizabeth Phklps, b. Painesville, 
Ohio, 10 August, 1809, m. Madison J. Kelly, 25 Dec. 1S30. 
.She (1. Painesville, Ohio, 12 June, 1845. 

Children : 

92 11. I. John (Kelly). 

9212. II. Samuel " 

9213. III. Elizabeth 

9214. IV. Charlotte 

5'2<0. Maria Phelps, b. Painesville, Ohio, 12 
Sept., 18 14, in. Jonathan F. Card, at Painesville, Ohio, 26 
Aug., 1835. Settled in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Children, b. Cleveland, Ohio: 
+ 9215, I. Joseph E. (Card), m. Kate Barton. 

+ 9216. II. Lydia P. m. Daniel M, Brigham. 

+ 9217. III. Henry F. " d. Jan., 1894. 
+ 9218. IV. Mary P. m. William Alonzo Goslin. 

+ 9219. V. Anne P. m. James F. Rhodes. 

5272. Charlotte Phelps, b. Painesville, Ohio, 
30 June, 1S17, in. Henry G. Chapiu, 5 Oct., 1836. He settled 
in Cauandaigua, X. Y.. where he d. She m. 2nd Gen. Eleazer 
A. Paine, 23 May, 18 — , at Perry, Ohio. He d. Jersey City, 
X, J., 16 Dec., 188 1. His widow, Charlotte, lived in Paines- 
ville, Ohio. 

Child, b, Canandaigua, X. Y., by 1st husband: 

o 

+ 9219a. I. Elizabeth P. (Chapin), m. Richard Edward 

Davis. 

Children by 2nd husband : 

+ 9220. II. Harriet Phebe (Paine), b. Painesville, Ohio, 

111. S. B. McConnell. 

b. Painesville, Ohio, 
23 May, 1S43. 

b, Monmouth, 111., m. 

b. " " m. 

James Duane Cross. 

5273. Lydia Phelps, b. Painesville, Ohio, 
about 1820, m. Stanley Lockwood Xoble. He was son of 
Philo and Anna Maria (Lockwood) Xoble, and was b. Xew 



922 I . 


III. 


Phelps 


9222. 


IV. 


Maria 


922^. 


V. 


Lydia 



Eighth Generation. Spj 

Milford, Ct., 28 Dec, 1818. Settled in Painesville, Ohio, in 
1833. He was a bookkeeper and railroad condnctor. He d. 
7 July", 1873. 

Child, b. Painesville, Ohio : 

9224. I. Frederick Boardman (Noble), b. 22 May,iS44, 

died 1 July, 1844. 

5'274. Samuel Ward Phelps, b. Painesville, 
Ohio. 29 May, 1825, 111, Mary T. Hall, b. Painesville, Ohio, 
25 Sept., 1849. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Willoughby, Ohio. 

Children : 

+ 9225. I. Henry, m. Fannie . 

+ 9226. II. William H., in. Anna Bnrnside. 

9227. III. Mai")-. 

5275. Dr. Nathaniel B. Ives, b. New Haven 
Ct., about 1803, in. Sarah E. Badger. 

Mr. Ives graduated at Yale in the class of 1828. Studied 
medicine and settled in New Haven, Ct. 

922s. I, Charles Lewis (Ives). Graduated at Yale, 

class of 1854. 

5277. Mary Beers Ives, b. New Haven, Ct., 
about 1S0S, m. Dea. Henry A. Tomlinson. Graduated at Yale 
in the class of 1832. Studied law and settled in New Haven, 
Ct. 

Children, b. New Haven, Ct.: 

9229. I. Eli Ives (Tomlinson), d. young. 

9230. II. Mary d. young. 

9231. III. Charles graduated Yale, 1862. 

9232. IV. Sarah Hill Ives (Tomlinson). 

9233. V. Levi Ives (Tomlinson). Graduated Yale, and 

studied medicine, 111. Caroline Shoemaker, 
daughter of Robert Shoemaker. They had 
3 children. 

5301. Jennette Phelps Hooker, b. New 
Haven, Ct., 31 July, 1837, 111. Albert Baldwin, 21 May, 1S61. 
He was son of Cyrus and Elizabeth C. (Mandeville), and was 
b. Orange, N. J.. 5 July, 1835. Mr. Baldwin resides in New- 



Eighth Generation. 

ark, X. J. He is a merchant. His wife d. Newark, N. J., 
10 Feb., 1883. 

Children, 1). Newark, N. J.: 

+ 9234. I. Charles Hooker (Baldwin), b. 26 Nov., 1S65, 

m. Bertha Nelson Smith. 

9235. II. Albert Henry (Baldwin), b. 24 Oct., 186S. 

9236. III. Jennette Eliza b. 28 June, 1S74. 

5318. Dr. Gerard H. Wynkoop, b. Wash- 
ington, D. C, m. Anna Woodbury. She was daughter of 
Gen. Daniel C. Woodbury, of U. S, Army. 

Dr. Wynkoop graduated at college, studied medicine and 
settled in New York City, where he is a prominent professor 
of surgery, and where he has a large practice. 

Children, b, New York City : 

92;;. I. Gerard (Wynkoop). A prominent physician. 

923S. II. Kate 

923c,. III. Daniel W. '' 

9240. IV. Elizabeth " 

5324. Thomas Phelps, b. Westfield, Mas-., 
23 March. 1787, m. Mary Nancy Brown, 1 Dec, 1815, in 
Martinsburgh, N, Y. She was b. 6 Feb., 1797, d. Martins- 
burgh, N. Y,, 22 July, 1S92. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Blandford, Mass. In 1828 he 
removed to Martinsburgh, N. Y., where he d. 4 Feb., 1865. 

Children, b. Blandford, Mass., except the last : 

• 9241. I. George, b. 12 Dec, 1816, m. Lydia Ann 

Foster. 
+ 9242. II. William, b. 24 Sept., 1S18, 111. Artemisia 

Barnes. 
+ 9243. III. Norman, b. 3 April, 1820, m. Olive Lee. 
+ 9244. IV. Franklin, b. 3 Jan., 1822, m. twice. 
+ 9245. V.' Elizabeth Jane, b. 19 Jan., 1824, m. Henry 

Zrinner. 
+ 924'). VI. Rowland, b. Martinsburgh, N. Y. 10 August, 

1828, in. Ada M. Johnson. 

533+. Dr. Charles Abner Phelps, b. Belch- 
ertown, Mass., 19 Oct., 1820, m., 25 July, i' s 44, Phebe Har- 




CHARLES A. PHELPS. 



Eighth Generation, 8pj 

ris. She was daughter of Frederick Harris and was b. Preble, 
N. Y., 10 Feb., 1818. 

Dr. Phelps graduated at Union College, studied medicine 
and received his degree of M. D. 

He was Speaker in the House of Representatives in 1S56, 
and President of the Senate in 1858 and 1859. Was U. S. 
surveyor of customs in Boston, Mass, 1861 to 1867, pension 
agent 1869-1875, and United States Consul to Prague in 1877, 
now residing 26 Mt. Vernon street, Boston, Mass. He, with 
Hon. Win. Walter Phelps, erected a monument to the memory 
of John Phelps, one of the Clerks of the Court that convicted 
Charles II, This monument was erected in Vevey, Switzer- 
land, and is referred to in the early part of this book. 

Children, b. Boston, Mass,: 

+ 9247. I. Charles Harris, b. 14 Sept., 1S45, m. Eliza- 

beth L. Pitt. 
924s. II. Delia C, b. 1 Sept., 1S48. 

9249. III. Louisa, b. 7 Oct., 1850, d. 23 Aug., 1883. 

9250. IV. Florence, b. 23 Oct., 1854, 

5340. Rev. Austin PHKLPS,D.D.,b.Brookfield, 
Mass., 7 Jan., 1820, m. Elizabeth Stuart 28 Sept., 1841. She 
was daughter of Prof. Moses and Abigail (Clark) Stuart, and 
was b. Andover, Mass., d. there 30 Nov., 1852. Married 2d, 
Mary Stuart, 30 April, 1855. She was sister of his 1st wife 
and d. Andover, Mass., 24 Sept., 1856. He m. 3d, Mary 
Johnson. She was daughter of Samuel Johnson and was b. 
Boston, Mass. Reference has been made to his letters in the 
early part of this book. 

Prof. Phelps graduated at University of Peuu. in 1837, re- 
ceived the degree of D. D. in . Settled in Andover, 

Mass., and for many years was professor of Theological 
Science. He died there. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Andover, Mass.: 

9251. I. Elizabeth Stuart, b. 31 Aug., 1844, m. Prof. 

Herbert Dickinson Ward. Resided Fast 
Gloucester, Mass., 1896. Is a distinguished 

authoress. 



8g6 Eighth Generation. 

9252. II. Moses Stuart, b. 16 March, 1849, d. 29 Aug.,. 

[883. Professor of Philosophy at Smith 
College. 

9253. III. Lawrence, b. 22 Aug., 1852, m. Anna Kings- 

ley of Middlebury, Vt., 22 Aug., 1878. She 
was daughter of Henry and Anna Cornelia 
(Jones) Kingsley, and was b. Brandon, Vt.. 
23 March, 1853. He is a clergyman in Bar- 
ton, Vt. 
Children by 2d wife, b. Audover, Mass.: 

9254. IV. Francis Johnson, b. 5 Dec, i860, 

9255. V. Edward Phelps, b. iS April. 1863. Gradu- 

ated at Yale, studied law, was admitted to 
the bar, and was appointed Secretary of 
Civil Service Commission.. 

5342. Henry Martin Phelps, b. Geneva, X. 
Y., m, S. Jeuuette L-ockwood, in Jersey City, N. J., 24 Dec. 
[861. She was daughter of G. W. and Fanny M. (Woodruff) 
Lockwood, and was b. Litchfield, Ct., 28 Sept., 1843. 

Mr. Phelps resided on Palisade avenue. West Hoboken. He 
was employed by the D. L. & W. R. R. He d. at his home, 
Jan. 26, 1S91, Plis widow was living with her son in 1896. 

Child, b. Harwinton, Ct.: 

925''. I. Austin Henry, b. July 30, 1863. Resides at 

1000 Willow Ave., Hoboken, X. J. 

5344. Charles William Phelps, b. Belcher- 
town, Mass., 27 July. 1819, m. Mary Wilson Smith, at Had- 
ley, 12 Oct.. 1X42. She was daughter of Hon. Joseph and 
Sophia Smith, and was b. Hadley, Mass. 10 April, 1X22, d. 
San Francisco, Cal., 11 Nov.," 1879. Mr. Phelps in 1850 re- 
moved to San Francisco, Cal., where he resided up to 18S5, 
when he removed to Xew York City, and now resides with 
his son Charles. He was a manufacturer. 

Children : 

9257. I. Clarence E. , b. Xew York City, 1843, drowned 

July 3, 1S52. 
+ 9258. II, Charles Henry, b. Stockton, Cal., 1 Jan., 

1853., m. Mary Booth. 



Eighth Generation. Spy 

5345. Martha Maria Phelps, b. Belcher- 
town, Mass., 3 Sept., 1822, m. Henry K. Starkweather, 21 
Oct., 1846. He was son of Harris K. and Almira L. (Merrick) 
Starkweather, and was b. Northampton, Mass., 12 April, 1822, 
where he settled, removing from there to Oakland, Cal. He 
is a merchant. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

9259. I. William Phelps (Starkweather), b. 23 June, 

1850, d. 3 Oct., 1880, uuiii. 

9260. II. Arthur C. (Starkweather), b. 18 Oct., 1S59, 

d. 11 March, 1883, 1111111. 

9261. III. Frank H. (Starkweather), b. 18 Sept., 1866. 

5346. Rev. Frederick Brainard Phelps, b. 
Belchertown, Mass., 8 Feb., 1829, m. Damaris S. Clark, 12 
Jan., 1859. She was daughter of Dea. Jaredaud Julia (Storrs) 
Clark, and was b. Belchertown, Mass., where she d. 7 Feb., 
1864. 

He m. 2nd Sarah Dickinson, 19 April, 1865. She was 
daughter of Daniel and Martha T. (Eastman) Dickinson, and 
was b. North Amherst, Mass., 19 May. 1834. 

The Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated at Dartmouth, and resided 
in Belchertown, Mass., Lowell and St. Johnsburgh, Vt., Irv- 
ing, Mass,, Sullivan and Irisburgh, Vt., and in 1S97 Whiting- 
ham, Yt. 

Children: 
— , probably d. young. 



9262. 


I. 


9263. 


II. 


+ 9264. 


III. 


9265. 


IV. 



Children by 2nd wife: 

III. Frederick W. , b. Belchertown, Mass. , 13 April, 
1866, d. 27 Feb., 1893. 
Charles Dickinson, b. Belchertown, Mass. 29 
Nov., 1868. He graduated at Amherst in 
1889, A. B., A. M., in 1897, instructor in 
science, Greenwich, Ct., Academy 1889 to 
1.S92, reed. M. D. from College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, New York City, class Jan. , 
1897. Settled in New Haven, Ct. 



(II-5) 



8pS Eighth Generation . 

9266. V. Edith Sophia, b. Lowell, Mass. 14 June, 1871, 

d, 17 Sept., 1884. 

i)jt>~. VI. Myron Austin, b. Lowell, Mass. 2 Aug., 

1873, d. 3 Nov., 1S94, at Dartmouth Col- 
lege. 

9268. VII. Julia Eastman, 1). Lowell, Mass. 15 March, 

1875. Graduated at Wellesley College, 
1S95. 

9269. VIII. Florence Dell, b. Lowell, Mass. 14 May, 

1876, at Mt. Holyoke College in 1890-1896. 

9270. IX. Isabel Maude, b. Lowell, Mass. 25 July, 1877. 

Entered Wellesley College, 1896. 

5347. Edward Hunt Phelps, b, Belcher- 
town, Mass., 10 June, 1842, m. Harriet E. Goulding, at Am- 
herst, Mass., 4 Sept., 1865. She was daughter of Dea. James 
I. and Priscilla Elvira (Clapp), Goulding, and was b. Athol, 
Mass., 3 Dec, 1S43. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Springfield, Mass., and is manager of 
the Phelps Publishing Co. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

9271. I. Michael Goulding, b. 6 June, 1S66. 
0272. II. Walter Dimmick, b. 9 Oct., 1868. 

9273. III. Jessie Hawthorne, b. 10 Oct., 1870, d. 19 

Dec, 1 87 1. 

9274. IV. James Edward, b. 2 Jan., 1872, d. 24 May, 

1872. 

9275. V. Edward Hunt, b. 29 Dec, 1873, d. 14 Aug., 

1874. 

9276. VI. Agnes Mary, b. 21 Nov., 1876. 

5.155. Daniel Phelps, b, 11 Jan., 1792, m. 
Lucy Hurlbut, 18 April, 1816, She was daughter of Stephen 
and Abigail Hurlbut and was b. Hartford, Conn., 21 April, 
1794, d. Wellington, Ohio, 23 July, 1841. He m. 2nd Abigail 
Foot, 22 Oct., 1 84 1. She was daughter of Sylvanus and Abi- 
gail (Bradley) Foot, ana was b. Lee, Mass.. 19 May, 1813, d. 
Wellington, Ohio, 14 Jan., 1865, 

Mr. Phelps settled in Winchester. In 1826, he removed to 
Norfolk, and about 1836 to Wellington, Ohio, where he d. 3 
Sept., 1 86 1. 



Eighth Generation. 899 

Children by 1st wife, b. Winchester, Ct., except last : 

9277. I. Louisa Abigail, b. 13 March, 1S17, d. 31 May, 

1843, mini. 
927S. II. James Whiting, b. 4 April, 1819, d. 17 Aug., 

1854. 
9279. III. Joseph, b. 26 March, 1821, d. 28 March, 1S49. 
+ 9280. IV. Sarah Huldah, b. Norfolk, Ct., 8 Feb., 1831, 

111. Martin H. Wadsworth, 
Children, by 2nd wife, b. Wellington, Ohio : 

+ 9281. V. Frederick Hurlbut, b. 8 Nov., 1842, 111. Hat- 

tie A. Clifford. 
92S2. VI. James Whiting, b. 6 May, 1845. 

5357. Benjamin Phelps, b. East Windsor, 
Ct,, 27 Jan., 1795, m. Abigail Brooks, 16 Feb., 1826, m. by^ 
James Beebe, Justice of the Peace. She was daughter of 
Chauncey and Lucy (Alvord) Brooks, and wash. Haddam,Ct., 
23 April, 1807, d. Waterbury, Ct., 26 Jan., 1883. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Winchester, Litchfield Co., Ct., and 
was a farmer. In 1823 he bought and occupied a farm 011 
Brooks St.. near the old Pwerett place, which he occupied till 
hisdeath, 12 July, iS49- 

Children, b. Winchester, Ct.: 

+ 9283. I. Harriet, b. 30 March, 1826, m. Geo. A. Bid- 

well. 
9284, II. Hiram, d. aged 8 years. 

+ 9285. Ill, Newton, b. 11 Sept., 1831, 111. Martha Wil- 
cox. 

9286. IV Henry, b. 3 March, 1833, d, Oct., 20, 1894. 

9287. V. Lucy, b. 8 July, 1835, 111. David LeRoy. 

+ 9288. VI. Huldah, b. 21 April, 1837, in, William V. 

Lewis, 

+ 9289. VII. Paulina, b. 5 Dec, 1840, m, Benjamin Bris- 
tol. 

+ 9290. VIII. Daniel Edgar, 25 Dec, 1842, m. Caroline 
Wilcox. 

5358. ^Frederick Phelps, b. Winchester, Ct., 
1 July, 1797, m. Lucy Whitman Hurlbut, 22 May, 1826, She 



goo Eigh th Gene ra tio n . 

was daughter of Lemuel and Eunice (Whitman) Hurlbut, and 
was b. West Hartford, Ct., 15 Sept.. 1853, d, Kinderhook, 
Columbia Co.. N. Y., 11 March, 1883. 

Mr. Phelps owned and lived on land in Brooks St., near the 
old Everett place, in 1827 removing to Stuyvesant, Columbia 
Co., N. Y. , and from there to Schodack, N. Y. , in 1845. He 
died in Kinderhook, N. Y., 15 Oct., 1873, He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Stuyvesant, N. Y. : 

+ 9291. I. Samuel Hurlbut, b. 23 Eeb., 1S30, m. Cath- 

arine M. Proseus. 
9292. II. Emily Kirtland, b. 13 May, 1832. 

+ 9293. III. James White, b. 19 Oct., 1837, m. Permelia 
Humphrey Coon. 

5365- Andrew J. Phelps, b. Torrington, Ct., 
or possibly New York State, m. Jemima A. Thompson, at 
Beaver Dam, Wis. She was daughter of John and Mary 
Thompson. She was living with her son Charles in 1895. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Austin, Minn., removing to Crystal 
Lake, where he d. 23 Oct., 1873. 

Child, b. Austin, Minn.: 

9294. I. Charles A., b. 29 Nov., 1869. 

5390. Dr. Samuel H. Phelps, b. Cato, N. 
Y., 27 May, 1812, m. Mary Melvira Hatch, at Hannibal, N. 
Y., 4 May, 1837, d. Hannibal, N. Y., 5 Sept., 1849. He m. 
2nd, Esther E. L. Foote, at Hannibal, N. Y., 29 Sept., 1851. 
She was widow of Rev. David Foote, who graduated at Mid- 
dlebury, Yt., and died in Lagrane, N. Y., in 1848, and 
daughter of Charles Lamb, of Middlebury, Yt., where she was 
born. 

He is a farmer. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Hannibal, N. Y. : 

9295. I. Charles Lyman, b. 22 July, 1838. 

9296. II. Julia Ellen, b. 3 July, 1840. 

9297. III. Mary Eliza, b, 5 Sept., 1843, d. 7 Sept., 1844. 

9298. IV. William Henry, b. 15 Sept., 1847, d. 7 April, 

[854. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Hannibal, N. Y.: 



Eigh th Genera tio n. poi 

9299. V. Esther M., b. 1 Sept., 1852, d. 17 April, 1853. 

9300. VI. Harriet Elizabeth, b. 18 August, 1854. 

9301. VII. Rose, b. 13 June, 1856, d. 29 July, 1S56. 

9302. VIII. Agnes, b. 9 March, 1858, 

5403. Lucinda A. Phelps, b, Aurelius, N. Y., 
13 July, 1820, m. Albert S. Willis, at Mentz, N. Y., 6 Jan., 
1842, He was son of John and Sally (Pitch) Willis, and was 
b. Mentz, N. Y., 25 Dec, 18 19, He resided for a time in 
Mentz, and Cayuga, N. Y., later settled in Fairfield, Neb. 

Children : 

9303. I. Emma S. (Willis), b. Mentz, X. Y., 7 Dec, 

1844, 

9304. II. Prank H. (Willis), b. Cayuga, X. Y., 19 

Peb., 1850. 

5404. William F. Phelps, b. in Aurelius, 
X. Y., 15 Pel)., 1S22, m. Widow Caroline Livingston, at 
Albany. X. Y., 1852. She was widow of Crawford Living- 
ston, founder of the American Express Co., and was daughter 
of William and Elizabeth Chapman, and was b. Albany, N. 
Y., 1S20. Living in 1895. 

Mr. Phelps fur a time resided in Trenton, X. J., and 
Albany, X. Y., and St. Paul, Minn. He is treasurer of the 
Manufacturers Loan and Investment Co. Res. 599 Summer 
St., St. Paul, Minn. 

Mr. Phelps was a teacher for forty years, and interested in 
mercantile pursuits for 10 years. 

Child, b. Albany, X. Y.: 

+ 9305- I- Alice L., b. 12 May. 1856, m. Willard A. 

Smith. 

.")4-05 Edward H. Phelps, b. Auburn, X. Y., 
21 Aug., 1823, m. Hannah M. Young, at Xiles, Mich, 23 
Sept. , 1847. She was daughter of Peter and Hannah (Hollen- 
beck) Young, and was b. Rensselaer, Albany Co., X. Y., 26 
Nov., 1823. Shed. Xiles, Mich., 28 April, 1855. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Xiles, Mich. He is a mason by trade. 

Children, b. Xiles, Mich.: 
9306. I. William W. P., b. 21 Nov., 1848, d, 13 Feb., 

lS 55- 



go2 Eighth Generation. 

9307. II. Alice A., b. 12 Dec, 1849, d. 7 Feb., 1872, 

Ulllll. 

+ 9308. III. Corydon C, b. 6 March, 1856, m. Mary A. 
Paine. 

9309. IY. Milla Claribel, b. 27 March, 1863, d. 21 

March, 1883, unm. 

9310. Y. Mary, b. 14 Feb., 1865. Resides with her 

father, unmarried. 

5-K)6. Dr. John H. Phelps, b. Auburn, X. 
York., 3 June, 1825, m. Harriet Perkins, at Niles, Mich., 11 
April, 1850. She was daughter of Frederick F. and Eleanor 
Perkins, and was b. Norwich, Ct., 15 April, 1827, and is now 
living in Omaha, Xeb. 

Dr. Phelps resided in Coldwater, and Xiles, Mich., later re- 
moving to Omaha, Xeb., where he is a druggist. Res. 11 13 
North 25th St., Omaha, Xeb. 

Children : 

931 1. I. Harriet Porter, b. Coldwater, Mich., 11 June, 

1 85 1. 

9312. II. Charles Tracy, b. Xiles, Mich., 14 Aug., 

1853- 

5414. William Wallace Phelps, b. Pontiac, 
Mich. , June 1 , 1826, d. Spring Lake, Mich., Aug. 3, 1S73, m. Dec. 
12, 1S50, Sarah Brown Mann, b. Dutchess County, X. Y., 12 
Dec, 1832, daughter of Lewis W, and Elvira (Bagley) Mann. 
Mr. Phelps graduated at the University of Michigan, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., in 1.S46, was admitted to the bar in 1S48, edited 
a newspaper from 1S51 to 1855, was appointed register of the 
U. S. laud office at Red Wing, Minn., and was elected to 
Congress in i^,s7. on the admission of Minnesota as a state. 
He lived in Red Wing, Minn., where he practiced law. 

Children : 

9313. I. Frances Wads worth, b. Pontiac, Mich., June 

14, 1852, d. April 22, i860. 
9313a. II. Evelyn Louise, b. Pontiac, Mich., Oct. 13, 

1855, (1. March 13, 1856. 
9313b. III. Lilian, b. Pontiac, Mich., Oct. 9, 1857, d. 

Sept. 24, 1863. 



Eighth Generation. 903 

+ 9314. IV, Louis Graham, b. Red Wing, Minn., July 29, 

1S59, m. Annie C. Williston. 
9314a. V. Benjamin Douglas, b. Red Wing, Minn., May 
12, 1S61, d. Dec. 13, 1S61. 

+ 93 1 4b. VI. William Wallace, b. April 21, 1869, m. Agnes 
G. Handy. 

54r"21. Fidelia Robbixs, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 
March 28, 1821, m. Dudley Ely Butler, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 
Dec. 10, 18 1 7, sou of Sylvester and Huldah Butler. 
Settled in Pittsfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

9315. I. William (Butler). 

9316. II. Alice M. " m. Smith Eldridge, of Cold- 

water, Mich. 

9317. III. Jane (Butler). 

5433. Edward Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 7 

April, 1828, m. Mary Irish, at West Bloomfield, Mich., 16 

June, 1858. She was daughter of Joseph M. and Sarah 

(Bigelow) Irish, and was b, West Bloomfield, Mich., 11 Dec, 

[837, died in Poutiac, Mich., 18 July, 1870. 

He married 2nd Delia J. Kimball, 12 Nov., 1874. She was 
daughter of William H. and Dura (Brown) Kimball, and was 
b. Pontiac, Mich., 23 August, 1855, and is now living there. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Pontiac, Mich. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Pontiac, Mich.: 

9318. I. Mary, b. 2 March, [859, d. 28 Jan., 1861. 

9319. II. Helen Electa, b. 11 March, 1862, d. 2 May, 

1872. 

9320. III. Mary Julia, b. 6 Oct., 1864. 

9321' IV. Charles Seeley, b. 22 April, 1866, d. 13 May, 

1867. 
9222. V. Jessie, b. 12 Jan., 1870. 

Children by 2nd wife, b, Pontiac, Mich.: 

9323. VI. Clara, b. 2 May, 1876. 

9324. VII. Ella, b. 3 Feb., 1878. 

9325. VIII. Edwin, b. 24 Sept., 1879. 



<;oj Eighth Ge?ieratio7i . 

54-34. Helen Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 7 
April, 182S. Removed with her father to Pontiac, Mich., m. 
George Rives, at Pontiac, 7 Dec, 1848. He was son of 
Stephen and Mary (White) Rives, and was b. Palmer, Wayne 
Co., N. Y., 3 June, 1823. Settled in Pontiac, Mich. They 
are both living. 

Children, b. Pontiac, Mich.: 

9326. I. Clara (Rives), b. 19 Nov., 1849, d. 8 May, 

1 87 1, mini. 

9327. II. Stephen (Rives), b. 21 March, 1851. 

9328. III. Frederick " b. 4 March, 1857. 

9329. IV. Frank b. 30 June, 1859. 

9330. V. George b. 2 Oct., 1866. 

5438. Carrie F. Phelps, b. Pontiac, Mich., 
19 Oct., 1 848, m. Resides in Litchfield, Minn. 

Children, b. Litchfield, Minn.: 

9331. I. A son. 

9332. II. A daughter. 

5439. Ella J. Phelps, b. Pontiac, Mich., 
Feb. 1'). 1852, m. Dr. Archibald Robinson. 

Dr. Robinson settled in Detroit, Mich., 15 Lincoln Ave. 

Children, b. Detroit, Mich.: 

9333 . I. Archibald (Robinson). 

9334. II, William Phelps (Robinson). 

5441). Andrew N. Adams, b. Fair Haven. Yt., 
Jan, 6, 1S30. m. Aug. 1, 1855, Angie M. Phelps, b. April 22, 
1S33, dan. of Frastus and Margaret (Hibbard) Phelps, of 
Orwell, Vt. See No. 5488. 

Res, Fair Haven, Yt., Mr. Adams fitted for college in 
South Woodstock, Yt., in 1848 ; spent two years at the theo- 
logical school in Meadville, Penn ; entered the divinity school 
of Harvard University in 1832, and graduated in 1855. He 
was ordained pastor of the First church of Needham, Mass., 
Nov, 21, [855, removed to Franklin, Mass., in 1857, as pastor 
of the First Universalist church, and resigned in 1S60, return- 
ing to Fair Haven, Yt., where he went into the mercantile 
business, and in 1889 into the marble business with his father 
ami brother-in-law. 



Eighth Generation. 905 

He has been justice of the peace, town treasurer, school 
committee, libran r director, president of the trustees of the 
State Normal School, at Castleton, Vt., and representative 
and state senator. 

In 1S70 he wrote the History of Fair Haven, and has since 
published the Adams Genealogy, 

Children, b. Fair Haven, Vt, except the first : 

+ 9335- I- Alice Angeline (Adams), b. Needham, Mass., 

April 20, 1857, m. Horace B. Ellis. 

+ 9336. II. Ada Margaret (Adams), b. Dec. 5, 1861, m. 

John T. Powell. 

+ 9337. III. Annie Fstelle (Adams), b. Aug. 14, 1S64, m. 
Geo. B. Jermyn. 
933 s. I. Stella Miller (Adams), b. Oct. 6, 1866. 

5449b. Helen Marion Adams, b. Fair Haven, 
Yt., June 16, 1834, m. Aug. 16, 1852, David Baldwin Colton, 
b. Charlotte, Vt,, Oct, 4, 1826, d. Feb. 10, 1S79, sou of 
Solomon Bigelow and Annis (Martin) Colton. 

Res. Fair Haven, Yt., Mrs. Colton removed to Pittsfield, 
Mass, in 1882, and returned to Fair Haven in 1S93. 
Children, b. Fair Haven, Vt. : 

9339. I. William Wallace (Colton), b. July 23, 1853, 

d. March 28, 1854. 
+ 9340. II. Joseph Fli (Colton), b. Feb. 15, 185S, m. 

twice. 
+ 9341. III. David B. (Colton), b. April 23, 1861, m, 

Stella M. Beckley. 

54-8*). Hibbard Erastus Phelps, b. Orwell, 
Yt., Jan. 16, 1839, m, Oct. 19, 1875, Mary Miller, b.- - dau. 
of Robbins Miller. See No. 2535. 

He was graduated at Middlebury College in 1861, was clerk 
in P. O. 1864-7, constable and editor at Fair Haven, Yt., 
1868-70, grad. from Albany law school 1872, cashier First 
National Bank of Fair Haven, Yt., 1873 to 1891, ^became 
treasurer of Vermont Clock Co., in 1896, and was representa- 
tive in the legislature 1896. He is also a poet and writer. 
Children, b. Fair Haven, Yt.: 

9342. I. Paul Harold, b. Oct. 30, 1S77. 



po6 Eighth Generation. 

9343. II. Philip Max Miller, b. June 12, 1886. 

5490. Charles H. Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 
Dec. 17, 1N44, m. vSept. 28, 18O5, Effie Brown of Orwell, Yt. 

He is a retired farmer in Orwell. 

Child, b. Orwell, Vt.: 

9344. I. Glen C, b. April 13, 1873, m. May Branch. 

5491. Pliny S. Waterman Phelps, b. Tieon- 
deroga, N. Y., 24 July, 1S35, m. 18 June, 1875, at Westport, 
X. Y., Elvira Hartwell, daughter of Artemas and L/ucy 
(Gibbs) Hartwell, and b. Westport, X. Y., 14 June, 1876. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Orwell, Yt., and is a farmer. 

Child, b. Orwell, Vt.: 

9345. I. Mary Lucy, b. 11 March, 1880. 

5494. Ira li. Phelps, b. Hampton, X. Y., 
March 31, 1838, d. July 12, 1899, m. Aug. 18, 1858, Betsey 
Ann Merriam, !>. March 18, 1840, d. Jan. 5, 1882, dan. of 
Simeon Merriam of Whitehall, X. Y. 

Hem. 2nd Feb. 14, 1883, Emily M. Bristol, dau. of David 
H. Bristol of Fair Haven, Yt. 

Res. Fair Haven, Vt. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Hampton, X. Y.: 

; j.6. 1. Emma A., b. Oct. 31, 1862, m. heman B. 

Peck. Res. Seattle, Wash. 

9347. II. Volney B., b, Jan. 5, 186S, d. young. 

9348. III. Mary M., b. Nov. 30, 1869, m. William C. 

Crippen, of Fair Haven, Vt. 

9349, IV. Irene M.. b. Dec. 2, 1879, 

Child by 2nd wife, b, Hampton, X. Y.: 

9350, V. Wallace B., b. July 4 1889. 

5500. Jesse B. Phelps, b. Orwell, Yt., 30 
June, 1S4S, m. Jennie L. Wood, Aug., 1S73. She was 
daughter of H. G. Wood, the law writer, and was b. Fair 
Haven, Vt., d, Fair Haven. Vt., 1875. 

He m. 2nd Frances F. Clifford, 1S79, living in Minneapolis 
in Maw 1895. 

Mr. Phelps studied in Phillips Academy, Exeter, X. H., 
and at Cornell University, admitted to practice law at Rut- 



Eight Ji Generation . goj 

land, Vt., in 1872, located and practiced law at Fair Haven, 
Vt., from 1872 to 1879. removing to Rutland, Vt., where he 
practiced till 1882, when he removed to Minneapolis, Minn. 
His office, 235 Temple Court, Minneapolis, Minn., May, 
1895. 

5501. Julian A. Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 26 
Dec, 1850, m. Linorah Mary Huntington, 17 March, 1.881. 
She was daughter of Lyman X, and Mary Ann (Hawthorne) 
Huntington, and was b. Middlebury, Vt., 11 April, 1865, and 
was living in May, 1895. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Middlebury, Vt., then removed to 
Minneapolis, Minn., then to Detroit, Mich., and later to 
Minneapolis, Minn.. 357 .sth St., S. E. 

Children : 

9351. I. Jesse H., b. Middlebury, Vt., 26 April, 1882. 

9352. II. Daisy C, b. Minneapolis, Minn., 11 Jan.. 

1SS4, d. 15 August, 1884, at Detroit, Mich. 

9353. III. Kelly M., b. Detroit, Mich., 24 May, 18S5. 

9354. IV. Leroy A., 1). Detroit, Mich., 22 June, 1887, 

d. 5 Dec, 1 888. 

9355. V. Laura M., b. Detroit, Mich., 16 Jan., 1889, 

d. 12 April, 1889. 
0356. VI. Gertrude H., b, Minneapolis, Minn., 30 Nov., 

1892. 

5514:. Rev. Charlks Colon Armstrong, b. 

Parishville, N. Y., 4 Sept., 1826, m. Elizabeth DeCamp, at 
Palmer, N. Y., 4 June, 1856. He m, 2nd 18 Oct., 1859, Emily 
Seymour, of Flushing, Mich. 

Rev. Mr. Armstrong graduated at college and studied 
theology. Settled in Jackson, Mich., where he was pastor of 
the Presbyterian church of that place, and member of the 
Executive Committee of Mich. State S. S, Association. He 
had five children by second wife. 

Child, by 1st wife, b. Jackson, Mich : 

9357. I. Elizabeth P. (Armstrong), b. 17 Feb., 1857, 

m. Charles H. Nichols, 27 Oct., 1880. 

5518. Mary A. Armstrong, b. Shoreham, 
Yt., 21 Sept., 1823, 111. Orange Stephens, at Sandstone, Mich., 
24 Dec, 1846, where he settled. 



908 EigJi th Genera tion . 

Children, b. Sandstone, Mich.: 

9358. I. Ranson E. (Stephens), b, 16 May, 1848. 

9359. II. Frank E b. 10 July, 1857. 

9360. III. A daughter. 

5527. Ransom S. Armstrong, b. West Haven, 

Vt., 25 August, 1850, m. Laura E. Van Pelt, at Indianola, 
Ind., 21 Oct., 1878. 

Mr. Armstrong settled in Indianola, Ind. 

Children, b. Indianola, Ind.: 

9361. I. Charles Sanford (x\rmstrong,) b. S Oct., 1874, 

d. 27 Oct., 1874. 

9362. II. Mabel (Armstrong), b. May, 1877, d. Feb., 

1880. 

9363. III. Henry Judsou (Armstrong), b. 15 Feb., 1879, 

d. 3 Dec, 1S80. 

9364. IV. Elma Eouise (Armstrong), b. 31 Jan., 18S1, 

9365. Y. Florence Azelia (Armstrong), b. 12 Feb., 1884. 

5551. Gkorgk W. Armstrong, b. Shoreham, 
Yt. 2 Dec, 1848, m. Harriet J. French, at Windsor, Mich., 
3 Feb., 1875. 

Mr. Armstrong settled in Deanville, Mich. 

Child, b. Deanville, Mich.: 

9366. 1. Bernie A. (Armstrong), 1). June, 1876, d. 

15 Feb., 1879. 

5593. Gervase Yiets, b. Simsbury, Ct. Feb. 
4, [800, m. about 1825, Esther Phelps, b. Dec, 1802, died 28 
June, 1864. 

Mr. Yiets probably settled in Simsbury, Ct.. where he d. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct. 
+ 9367. I. Jnlius Gervase (Yiets), b. 29 April, 1828, 111. 

Mary Permelia Gillett. 
+ 9368. II. Martha Ann (Yiets), b. Sept., 1S25, m. Tims. 

Griffin. 
+ 9369. III. Charles Ransom (Viets), b. July, 1830, 111. 

Harriet Griffin. 
+ 9370, IV. Abigail Emeline (Yiets), b. 13 Oct., 1831, 111. 

Win. Jenkins. 



Eighth Generation . pop 

+ 9371. V. Virgil Eaton (Viets), b. 17 March, 1835, in. 

Mary Wilcox. 
+ 9372 VI. Emily Victoria (Viets), b. 22 Dec, 1837, m. 

Oliver Gabriel. 

5594. Nancy Ann Viets, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
July 3, 1801, m. Warren Case. Settled in West Suffield, Ct. 

Children, b. West Suffield, Ct.: 

9373. I. James (Case), 

9374. II, Henry 

9375. III. Clinton 

9376. IV. Catharine " 

9377. V. Mary 

5595. Henry W. Viets, b, Simsbury, Ct., 
Sept. 2, 1S09, m. Lucy King. 

Mr. Viets settled in Simsbury. Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9378. I. William Ansel (Viets), m. Sarah Alderman. 

9379. II. George Luke '' 

9380. III. Margaret m. George Griswold. 

9381. IV. Henrietta m. George Owen. 

5599. Abigail Viets, b. Simsbury, Ct., Aug. 
6, 181 1, ra. Eaton Phelps. His wife, Abigail Viets, died 
leaving one child. He m. for 2nd wife Jane Viets, Xo. 5601, 
b. May 19, 18 16. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hartford, Ct. 

Child of No. 5599: 

9382. I. Abigail. 

Children of No. 5601: 

9383. II. Huldah. 

9384. III. Franklin. 

5(>0'2. Emeline Viets, b. Simsbury, Ct., Feb. 
2, 1S1S, m. Orville P. Case, of Hartford, Ct. 

Children : 

9385. I. Horace (Case). 

9386. II. Charles 

9387. III. Albert 

9388. IV, Frederick " 



pro Eighth Generation, 

5611. Axx M. Phelps, b. Grauby, Ct., 2 
April, 1810, m. Asaph Griswold, Sept., 1828. He was a 
farmer and lived in East Granby, Ct., where he d, June, 1SS0, 
and where his widow d. 2 March, 1893. 

Child, b. East Granby, Ct.: 

9389, I. Byron (Griswold), b. 1S30, d. June, iS5o,unm. 

5612. Truman O. Phklps, b. Granby, Ct. 15 
Aug., 1813, m. Caroline Gardner, in Kingsville, Ohio, 29 
June, 1836. She was daughter of Barnard and Caroline 
(Taylor) Gardner, and was b. Tyringham, Mass., 17 May, 
[814, living Feb., 1S96. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer and lived in Nelson, Ohio, Williams- 
field, Ohio, and Andover, Ohio. 

He says " My wife and I are 82 and 83 years old, have been 
married 60 years in June next, have seven children, the 
youngest 39 years and have had 110 deaths in our family." 

Children, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, except first : 

+ 9390. I. Norris T., b. Nelson, Ohio 15 May, 1838, m. 

twice. 

+ 9391. II. Obed K., b. 21 June, 1840, m. twice. 

9392' III. Byron H., b. 16 March, 1844. A physician. 
Settled Cary, Pa. 

+ 9393. IV. Charles H., b. 30 March, 1848, m. Rachel A. 
Shipman. 

"'~9394' V. Addison B., 18 May, 1850, m. Kate A. Mar- 

win. 

~|~9395- VI. Lyman C. , b. 23 April, 1853, m. Addie L. 
Mills. 

+ 9396. VII. Sophia M., b. 19 July, 1857, m. Charles A. 
Tuttle. 

5613. Mary Phelps, b. Grauby, Ct., 12 May, 
18.17, m. Obed King, 16 Sept., 1835. He died and she m. 
2nd, Rev. J. L. Stewart. 

Resided in Plattsville, Wis., and Mount Pleasant, Iowa, 
where she d. Jan. 19 1843. 

Child by 1st husband, b. Plattsville, Wis.: 

9397. I. Anna M. (King), b. 12 Mao, 1838, d. 2 Oct., 

1S42. 



Eighth Generation. gn 

Child by 2nd husband, b. Mount Pleasant, Iowa: 
9398. II. Mary B. (Stewart), b. April 24, 1842, d. 

Sept. 11, 1 84 2. 

5614. Lyman H. Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 29 
.March, 1823, m. Charlotte Leonard, She was daughter of 
Bartlett and Hannah (Chapman) Leonard, and was b. Pitts- 
field or Hinsdale, Mass., 27 August. 1824. 

Mr. Phelps was a blacksmith, settled in Williamsfi eld, Ohio, 
where he died 9 April, 1851, and where his wife still lives 
(1S96.) 

Child, b. Williamsfield, Ohio : 

+ 9399. I. Lucius L., b. 4 Aug., 184S, m. Emma E. 

North. 

5624. Arthur C. Phelps, b. Oakland. Mich., 

23 Jan., iSj.s, in. 1864. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Dalles. Oregon, in 1852. 

Child, b. Dalles, Oregon : 

9400. I. A son, b. Nov., 1868. 

5627. George Spencer Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 6 Aug., 1S24, m. Prances A. Clapp, 2 Feb., 

1853- 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass : 

9401. I. William C, b, 27 April, 1858, m. Gertrude 

E. Ellsworth, 15 Oct., 1887. 

9402. II. Nellie S., b. 9 June, 1861, d. 28 June, 1864. 

9403. III. George E., b. 2 Dec, 1865. 

5629. Anna Maria Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 13 March, 1829, m. Enos Wright, 23 Oct., 1849. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

9404. I. Annette Maria (Wright), b. 19 Oct., 1851. 

9405. II. Edward Enos b. 9 Oct., 1S54, d. 

30 July, 1886. 

9406. III. Henry Lewis (Wright), b. 20 Nov., 1857, d. 

8 Dec, 1857. 



gi2 Eighth Generation . 

9407. IV. Ellen Aurora (Wright), b. 23 July, 1S59, d. 

28 Aug., 1 86 1. 

9408. V. Charles Samuel b. 31 Aug., 1861. 

9409. VI. Martha Ann b. 4 June, 1868. 

5630. Edward Harris Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 5 Aug., 1 83 1, m. Sarah A. Cobb, 24 Dec., 
1863. 

Mr. Phelps settled first in Northampton, Mass. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

9410. I. William Henry, b. 5 Dec., 1864, d. 23 Feb., 

1868. 

941 1. II. Katherine, b. 2 June, 1869. 

5(>4<S. Charles Wright Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 3 Aug., 1S41, m. Adaline M. Volk, 4 Dec, 
1866. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass,: 

9412. I. Charles Wright, b. 10 March, 1869. 

9413. II. Edith Pauline, b. 19 April, 1872. 

5649. John Chester Phelps, b. Northamp- 
ton, Mass.. 5 May, 1844, m. Harriett Brown. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, and Westfield, Mass. 

Children: 

9414. I. Lewis Charles, b. 29 Oct., 1873. 

9415. II. Ella M., b. 5 Dec, 1875. 

9416. III. Mary T., b. 19 Jan., 187.S. 

5653. Elizabeth Pomeroy Wright, b. North- 
ampton, Mass. 18 July, 1X47, m. Edward S. Hill, 15 April, 
[880. Settled in Northampton, Mass. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

9417. I. Elizabeth (Hill), b. 19 March, 1881. 
941S. II. Helen Adora (Hill), b. 18 June, 1S83. 

5660. James E. Phelps, b. Gates, N. Y., 3 
Sept., 1848. He m. and settled in Rochester, N. Y. 

Children, b. Rochester, N. Y. : 

9419. I. Carrie A., b. 16 Nov., 1868. 



9420 
9421 
9422 

94^3 
9424 

9425 

9426 

942? 
942 S 



Eighth Generation . 91 ] 

II. Mary Florence, b. 24 March, 1S70. 

III. Rosette E., b. 21 Jan., 1S72. 

IV. Charles G., b. 9 Feb., 1874. 
V. James E., b. 28 March, 1876. 

VI. Clifford, b. 22 Oct., 1S78. 

VII. Eva A., b. 31 March, 1882. 

VIII. Allen A., b. 25 August, 1SS5. 

IX. Eva Frances, d. young. 

X. Emma E., d. voung-. 



5664. Charles F. Phelps, b. Easthampton, 
Mass., 28 Oct., 1833, m. Mary Jane Clark, 4 June, 1857. 
She was daughter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Brewer) Clark, 
and d. Northampton, Mass., 17 Nov., 1871. 

He m. 2nd Helen L. Miner, 27 Nov., 1872. She was 
daughter of Thomas and Laura (Brewer) Miner, and was b. 
Great Barrington, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer. He settled first in Northampton, 
Mass., from there to Monterey, and now resides in Stock- 
bridge, Mass. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Northampton, Mass. 

9429. I. Lizzie A., b. 13 May, 1861. 

9430. II. N. Clark, b. 19 May, 1864. 

Children by 2nd wife : 

9431. HI. Fannie L-, b. Suffield, Ct., 15 Oct.. 1873. 

9432. IV. Nellie L-, b. Bloomfield, Ct., 19 April, 1875. 

9433. V. Ruth J., b. Stockbridge, Mass., 19 Nov., 

1876. 

5665. Emma D. Phelps, b. Easthampton, 
Mass., s Oct., 1833, m. David H. Thayer at Easthampton, 
Mass., H) June, 1861. He was son of Leido and Hope 
(Hayden) Thayer, and was b. Williamsburgh, Mass., 27 
August, 1836. Res. 140 Union Street, Springfield, Mass. 

Children : 

9434. I. Frederick L. (Thayer), b. Springfield, Mass., 

is March, 1863. 

9435. II. Kitty W. (Thayer), b. Springfield, Mass., 30 

April, 1867. 

(H-15) 



q/j Eighth Generation. 

9436. III. Hudson D. (Thayer), b. Granby, Ct., 10 
March, 1873. 

5666. Piikiik A. Phelps, b,, Easthampton, 
Mass., 12 July, 1837, m. Lemuel Tuttle, 24 August, [859. 
He was son of Asahel and Sarah (Hill) Tuttle, and was b. 
Vernon, Ct., 14 March, 1S38. Settled in Easthampton, Mass.) 
from there to Galesburgh, 111., soon returning to Easthamp- 
ton, Mass., and from there to Springfield, Mass.. where he d. 
18 Dec, 1875. His widow resides Springfield, -Mass., at 57/ / 2 
William St. 

Children : 

(J437. I. Hattie F. (Tuttle), b. Easthampton, Mass., 21 

Feb., 1S61. 

9438. II. Henry A. (Tuttle), b. Galesburg, 111.. 12 

April, 1S63. 

9439. III. Emma J. (Tuttle), b. Galesburgh. 111., 9 

Aug., 1865, d. 28 Aug., 1872. 

9440. IV. Alice L. (Tuttle), b. Easthampton. Mass., 15 

Aug. 1867. 

567-. Edward Joseph Phei.ps, b. Brecks- 
ville, Ohio, 17 Jan., 1845, m. Louisa A. Richardson, at Aurora, 
111., 16 Sept., 1.^74. She was daughter of Charles F. and 
and Ruth C. (Shepard) Richardson, and was b. Xaausay, II!., 
30 June, 1874. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Minneapolis, Minn., Park Avenue, 
No. 2323. 

He is in the banking, manufacturing and grain elevator 
business. 

Children, b. Minneapolis, Minn., except first : 

9441. I. Ruth Shepard, b. Aurora, 111.. 18 June, 1S76. 

Graduated Smith College. 

9442. II. Anne Louisa, b. 4 March, 1879. 

9443. III. Marion Louisa, b. 8 Sept., 1881, d. Nov., 

[885. 

9444. IV. Richardson, b. 6 Jan., 1887. 

9445. Y. Edward Joseph, b. 11 Dec, 1891. 

5673. Roswell Homer Phelps, b. Granby, 
Ct,, August 21, 1788, m. June, 1811, Lydia Gay, b. East 




to 




<fH4d 



<£O^U^f^jL 




Eighth Generation. 9/5 

Granby, Ct., Sept., 1790, d. Oct. 27, 1826, daughter of Sergt. 
Richard and Lucina (Granger) Gay. 

He settled in East Granby. Ct., where he died Nov. 10, 
1881. 

He married a second time, but had no issue by his second 
wife. 

Child, b. East Granby, Ct., by first wife: 

+ 9446. I. Richard Harvey, b. 27 June, 1813, m. twice. 

9447. II. William G., b. 1818, d. at age of 17. 

(One record of this family gives two other children who 
died in infancy, but a later record corrects that statement.) 

56S6. Osman Phelps Morsk, b. Worthington, 
Mass., Jan. 26, 1806, m. April 29, 1830, Charlotte Hayes, 
(dau. of Titu^ and Phebe (Cooley) Hayes of Wayne, Ohio), 
b. Cauandaigua, N, Y., Nov. 4, 1S04, d. Wayne, Ohio. 
Aug. 24, 1872. 

Res. Williamsfield, O. (Titus Hayes, b. Lyme, Ct., 1740 
was a Rev. soldier.) 

He was a merchant . 

Children, b. Williamsfield, O.: 

+ 9450. I. Helen Maria (Morse), b. March 8, 1841, m. 

Edward Oakley. 
+ 9451. II. Harriet N. (Morse), b. Jan, 27, 1834, m. 

Benjamin E. Weeks. 
+ 9452. III. Frances Abiah (Morse), b. Jan. 22, 187S, m. 

Eli Yoke. 

5687. Benjamin Franklin Morse, b. Worth- 
ington, Mass., Sept. 18, 1809, at Middletown, Ky., Aug, 8, 
1891, m. March 29, 1838, Elizabeth House, of Jefferson Co., 
Kentucky, dau. of Simeon and Nancy House. She was b. 
May 17, 1S17, d. Jan. 20, 1S93. 

Children, b. Kentucky: 

-1-9453. I. Anna Abiah Emeline (Morse), b. Jan. 15, 

1839, m. William K. Woods. 

9454. II. Simeon Milton (Morse), b. Jan. 4, 1841, d. 

Aug. 12, 1886, unm. 

9455. III. Elias Franklin (Morse), b. Oct, 30, 1843, d. 

April 6, 1844. 



p/6 Eighth Generation. 

9456. IV. Benjamin Franklin (Morse), b. Sept. 5, 1845, 

d. Sept. 8, 1849. 

9457. V. Wesley Osman Taylor (Morse), b. March 18, 

1S47, d. May 22, 1869, unm, 
945S. VI. Merritt Edwin (Morse), b. June 14, 1853, d. 

Nov. 7, 1853. 
9459. VII. James William (Morse), b. June 14, 1853, d. 

June 30, 1854. 
+ 9460. VIII. Mary Elizabeth (Morse), b. Jan. 14, 1858, m. 

William D. English. 

5689. Mary Emeline Morse, b. Williams- 
field, Ohio, April 29, 1818, d. Williamsfield, Ohio, July 19, 
1851, m, April 14, 1842, Marcus Bacon, b. April 25, 1818. 
Res. Williamsfield, O. 

Children, b. Williamsfield, Ohio : 

+ 9461. I. Mary Jane Abiah (Bacon), b. Sept. 19, 1S43, 

m. Lucelle Lawyer. 
+ 946?. II. Eunice Almira (Bacon), b. Oct., 30, 1844, m, 

Peter B. Morse. 
+ 9463. III. Louisa Maria (Bacon), b. Feb. 23, 1847, m. 

Edward Brockway, 
+ 9464. IV. Milton Lafayette (Bacon), b. Dec. 25, 1849, 

m. Emily Underwood. 

9465. V. Mary Emeline (Bacon), b. July 19, 1851, d. 

Dec. 2 ?, 1874. 

t 

5691. Harriet Griffin, b. Granby, Ct., 
Aug. 24, 1801, d, March 5, 1870, m. at Granby, Ct., May 20, 
1828, David Smith, b. West Springfield, Mass., March 19, 
[803, d. Springfield, Mass., April 9, 1S75, sou of David and 
Naomi (Howard) Smith. 
Res. Springfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

9466. I. Harriet Eliza (Smith), b. Sept. 25, 1829', d. 

August 9, 1830. 
+ 9467. II. William Howard (Smith), b. Nov. 24, 1832, 

111. Martha Y. Trafton. 
9468. III. Mary Jane (Smith), b. Feb., 26, 1836, d. 
March 10, 1854. 



Eighth Generation . qi~ 

5693. William Riley Griffin, b. Granby, 

Ct., 1808, d. Westfield, Mass., March 21, 1877, 111. Gross 

of New Jersey, b. 1816, d. Springfield, Mass,, March 18, 1859. 

Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 

+ 9469. I. Mary Etta (Griffin), b. 1840, m. W. H. Salis- 

bury. 
9470. II. Aralza (Griffin). 

5695. ' Hannah Eliza Stevens, b. Granby, 
Ct., August 20, 1805, d. Oct. 11, 1871, m. Dec. 3, 1829, John 
Adams Sheldon, b. 1800, d. June 15, 1S67, aged 67 years. 

Children : 

+ 9471. I. Benjamin, (Sheldon) b. Jan. 6, 1831, m. 

Caroline Mather. 
+ 9472. II. William Stevens (Sheldon), b. Jan. 20, 1S33, 

m. Sarah J. Richard, 
9473. III. Mary (Sheldon), b. Sept. 15, 1835, d. March 
28, 1837. 
174. VI. Harriet Eliza (Sheldon), b. June 26, 1837, d. 

June, 5, 1S39. 
9475. V. Edwin (Sheldon), b. May 31, 1840, d. Nov. 

26, 1866. 

5697. Mary Ann Stevens, b. Granby, Ct., 
Oct. 12, 1S10, d. Sept. 21, 1896, 111. June 2, 1846, Willam 
Hanchet Bates, b. May 1. 1812, d. April 21, 1 888, aged 76 
years, son of Apollos and Rachel (Hauchett) Bates, 

(Mr. Bates 111. 1st Marcia Eewis, and had two children by 
her, Margaret R. and Oliver H.) 

Children, b. East Granby, Ct.: 

+ 9476. I. Edward William (Bates), b. Oct. 26, 1S49, m. 

Henrietta Clark. 
+ 9477. II. Charles Waldo (Bates), b. Oct. 19, 1851, m. 

May Holmes. 

5700. Abiah Emeline Stevens, b. Granby, 
Ct., April 11, 1822, m. June 28, 1843, Luther Griffin, b. 1819, d. 
Jan. 11, 1S95, aged 76 years. 

Children : 



gi8 Eighth Generation, 

+ 9478. I. William Luther (Griffin, b. .Ma} f 22, 1844, m. 

Ella A. Clark. 

9479. II. Mary Louisa (Griffin), b. July 24, 1S45, d. 

Oct. 11, 1866. 

5701. Gurdon Filley, 1). Windsor, Ct. 6 
Oct., 1795, bapt. 5 June, 1809, m. Polly Crampton, 1 Feb., 
1818. 

Mr. Filley settled in Litchfield, Ct. He was a farmer, tan- 
ner and currier. 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 

9480. I. Walter (Filley), b. 5 Sept., 1820, d. 6 April, 

1828. 

9481. II. Benjamin (Filley), b. 29 April, 1823, m. 

9482. III. Walter " b. 9 Nov. 1S26. 

9483. IV, Elizabeth " b. 3 Feb., 1828, m. A. M. 

Turner, of Litchfield, Ct., Sept. 1849. Had 
3 children. 

9484. IV. Mary Winslow (Filley), b. Aug., 1838. 

Resides New Haven, Ct. 

5702. Timothy Bishop Filley, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 2 Nov.. 1796, m. Susan E. Latimer, 11 May, 1836. 

Mr. Filley settled on the old homestead in Windsor, Ct, 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

9485. I. Eunice Rebecca (Filley), b. 14 Oct. 1840. 

5703. Edwin Filley, b. Windsor, Ct., 1798. 
111. Elizabeth White. 

Mr. Filley settled in Windsor, Ct., and is a tin manufact- 
urer. 

Children, b, Windsor, Ct.: 

9486. I. Milford Edwin (Filley) b. 9 July, 1831. 
0487. II. George B. (Filley), b. 14 Feb., 1836, m. 

Julia Seaman, 22 Oct., 1857. 

5704. Walter Filley, 1>. Windsor Ct., 1S00, 
111. Nancy Eno, of Lansingburg, N. Y., who d. Akron, Ohio, 
3 July, 1850. Mr. Filley settled in Lansingburg, N. Y. 

Child, b. Lansingburg, N. Y. : 



Eighth Generation. gig 

94S8. I. Henry W. (Filley), b. April, 1826, m. Sophr- 

onia Stocking of Lansiugburg, N. Y. Re- 
sided in ic>59 at Arrow Rock, Mo., and had 
George, b. 1854 — Clarence, b. 1858. 

5705. Eunice Filley, b. Windsor, Ct., 26 
April, 1S11, 111. Lucius Newbury. 15 Sept., 1834. He was son 
of James and Sarah (Butler) Newburg, and was b. 10 Feb. 
1S11. Settled in Bloomfieid, Ct., later in Chicago, 111., where 
he d. 2 Oct., 1879. She died 1S69. He was a dealer in 
stoves 

Children, b. Bloomfieid, Ct.: 
9489. I. Edward Oscar (Newbury), b. 30 Dec, 1835,111. 

9490" II. Fanny Maria " b. 14 Dec, 1842,111. 

570K Gurdon Phelps, b. Broome, N. Y., 5 
Feb., 1 S 1 1 , m. Sarah Laman, 2 Jan., 1832. Her father and 
brothers and sister removed to Canada about [822. She was 
1). in Conn. 30 Jan., 1809. 

Mr. Phelps settled in LaCrosse. Wis., where he died. 
Children, b. LaCrosse, Wis.: 
+ 9491. I. Eva Ann, b. 7 Oct., 1832, m. Ethan Parmen- 

ter. 
9492. II. Elizabeth, b. 10 Sept., 1834, d. 9 June, 1838. 

9493- HI. Valentine, b. 19 Feb., 1837, d. 20 July, 1841. 
9494. IV. Ann Maria, b. 12 July, [839, m. Richard Ben- 

nett, a Welshman. 
+ 9495. V. Melissa Helen, b. 20 April, 1842, m. Walter 

Gree. 

9496. VI. Nancy Catharine, b, 1 1 April, 1845, 111. David 

Henry Burton, 18 March,. 1 841. 

9497. VII. Frederick R., b. 2 Sept., 1848, d. 14 Feb., 

1851. 

9498. VIII. Alonzo Elmer, b. 15 Jan., 1851. 

9499. IN. Elizabeth, b. 22 Feb., 1854. 

5710. Emily Phelps, b. Gran by, Ct. 1 June, 
1809, m. Josiah Rockwood 7 April, 1830. Settled Enfield, 
Ct., removing to Milwaukee, Wis,, where bed. 13 Sept., 
1859. His wife now living at 432^ Broadway, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 



<>20 



Eigh th ( i en era tion . 



Children, 1>. Enfield, Ct.: 

9500. I. Newell Phelps (Rockwood), b. 29 July, 1831, 

m. Sophronia B. King, 11 June, 1854. She 
d. 15 Sept., 1859. He 111, 2nd Juliette 
Alderman, 17 Jan., 1861. 

9501. II. Judsou Root (Rockwood), b. 30 May, 1833, 

d. 13 Feb., 1836, 

9502. III. Theodore Hubert (Rockwood), b. 8 Oct., 

1835, unm., d, 30 July, 1864, V. S. Army. 

9503. IV. Emily Cornelia (Rockwood), b. 17 July, 1838, 

m. Allen D. French 2^, May, 1857. 

9504. V. Julia Maria (Rockwood), b. 31 July, 1840, d. 

18 March. 1841. 
~|~95°5- VI. Judson Root (Rockwood), b. 4 May, 1842, 111. 
Catharine A. Gregg. 

9506. VII. Anna Augusta (Rockwood), b. 26 March, 1S47, 

d. 1 9 Feb. . 1 858. 

9507. VIII. Edward Morley (Rockwood), b. 29 April, 

1849, d. 24 Oct., 1859. 

5711. Israel Cromwell Phelps, b. Granby, 
Ct., 3 July, 1811, ra. Teresa Rising 1831. 

After the death of Mr. Phelps she married William Win- 
throp Warner, her son-in-law, who had married her daughter^ 
Emily Maria. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Suffield, Ct., where lied. 10 July, 
<< s 55- 

Children, b. Suffielc, Ct.: 

9508. I- Emily Maria, m. William Winthrop Warren. 

She d. No issue. He afterwards m. his 
mother-in-law, Teresa Rising. 

9509. II. Lucius, m, Mary Buell, of Windsor, Ct. 

+ 9-. III. William Dry den, 1844 m. Adelaide Mather. 

95 11. IV. Sylvanus. 

5712. Julia Axx Phelps, b. Granby,. Ct. 26 

April, 1814, m. Josiah Parsons Kent, 13 July, ,1842. 

Settled in Southwick. Mass.. where his wife died 19 Aug., 
1882, and where lie died in 1893. 

Children, b. Southwick, Mass.: 



Eighth Generation. 921 

* 
9512. I. Frances Maria (Kent), b. i July, I843, d. 6 

Feb., 1858. 

+ 9513. II. Esther Ann (Kent), b. 22 Sept., 1S46, m. J, 

J. Terpiuing. 

5713. Rev. Sylvanus Dryden Phelps, D. D. , 
b. Granby, Ct., 15 May, 1816, m. Sophia Emeline Simsley, 
26 August, 1842. She was daughter of the Rev. James H. 
Simsley and was the author of a memoir of her father. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps taught Conn. Literary Institute, Suffield, 
Ct., and in the Academy of Southwick, graduated at Yale in 
class of 1831, studied theology at the Divinity School of Yale 
University in 1844. 

He was licensed to preach in 1840. After supplying the 1st 
Baptist Church in New Haven for over a year, he was ordained 
pastor there, 26 June, 1^46, a relation that closed 7 Dec, 1873. 
He was pastor of a church in Providence, R. I., in 1874-6. 
In 1876 he became editor and proprietor of the Christian Sec- 
retary, published in Hartford, Ct. He has published several 
books of poems and other literary works. He spent some 
time in traveling abroad, traveling through the Holy Land, 
Egypt, and the eastern country, in connection with which he 
published " The Holy Laud, with Glimpses in a tour through 
Egypt," and other literary works. He is a trustee of Brown 
University. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps settled in Xew Haven, Conn., and resided 
at High St., where lis d. 23 Nov., 1895. 

Children, b. Xew Haven, Ct.: 

9514. I. Sophia Lyon, b. 24 May, 1848, d. 21 Feb., 

[871, num. 

951^. II. Dryden William, b. 16 May, 1854, Educated 

at Yale University, licensed to preach in 
[876. Graduated at Brown University 1877. 
Spent two years in the Hartford Theological 
Seminary, and for several years was asst. 
editor of the Christian Secretary, pub. by 
his father. On 17 Feb,, 1887, was settled 
over the Baptist Church of Wilmington, Yt., 
and is now at old Mystic, Ct. 



922 Eighth Generation. 

9516. III. James Lindsley, b. 8 April, 1856, d. 27 June, 
i860. 

+ 9517. IV, Arthur Stevens, b. 25 Jan., [863, m. Blanche 

Stroud. 

+ 9.S t s . V. William Lyon, b. 2 Jan., 1865, m, Annabel 

Hubbard. 

5? 14-. JUDSON Root PHELPS, b. Granby, Ct., 
17 July, 1S1S, in. 3 April, 1845, Frances L. Noble, b. South- 
wick, Mass., 24 August, 1822. After the death of Mr. 
Phelps she married 2nd Daniel Judson, in i860, and by him 
had one child, Arthur L. Judson. She d, in 1882. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Castle Creek, N. Y., from there 
to Southwick, Mass., where he d. 10 April, 1861. 

Children, b. Castle Creek, N. Y.: 

9519. I. Sarah Adelia, b. 15 July, 1S46, m. Lorenzo 

A. Loomis, 26 April, 1864. A farmer in 
Westfield, X. Y. 

9320. II. Loratus Mason, b. 21 Jan., 1848, d. 2^ July, 

1855. 

9521.. III. Horace John Noble, b. 27 April, 1850, m. 
Martha PI Holcombe, 25 May, 1871. Set- 
tled in Southwick, Mass. He d. 1892. 

5716. Apollos Newell Phelps, b. Granby, 
Ct., 2 Aug., 1822, m. Sarah R. Ketcham. 4 May, 1848, at 
Ca lie Creek, X. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Castle Creek, N. Y., where he d. 10 
March, 1886, 

Children, b. Granby, Ct,: 

9521a. I. Apollos Newell, b. 5 May, 1849, d. 8 Oct., 

1 §53: 
\i^22. II. Roger William, b. 23 March, [852. 

• 1523. III. Noel, b. 4 Sept., 1854. 
0524. IY. Judson Root, b. 10 Xov., [858. 

9525. V. Celestia Fanora, b. 1 July, 1863. 

57 IS. Judah A. Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 6 
Feb., 1845, m. Ellen C. Harmon, 2 May, 1866. She was 
daughter of William and Olive (Missing) Harmon, and was b. 



Eighth Generation . <?2j 

Suffield, Ct., 20 Oct., 1848,. .Mr. Phelps settled in Suffield, 
Ct., where he now resides. He is a farmer, 

Children, b. Suffield, Ct.: 

9526. I. Frank A,, b. 1S67. 

9527. II. Henry W,, b. 1869. 

9528. III. Judson L-, b. 1S70. 

9529. IY. Lawrence P., b. 1874. 

9530. V. RhodaN., b. 1876. 

9531. VI. Benjamin H., b. 1878. 

9532. VII. Christie D., b. 18S0. 

9533. VIII. MiraL.,b. 1882. 

9534. IX. Warren J., b. 1884. 

9535. X. Laura Bell, b. 1S86. 

5719. Rhoda Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 25 
April, 1 S47 , m. Jason Bushman Yiets, b. 17 June, 1846, d. 
14 Sept., 1.S74. 

Mr. Yiets settled in Salisbury, Ct. (After the death of his 
1st wife he m. 2nd W. Grohmer, by whom he had one child, 
Edward, b. Dec. 5, 1877.) 

Child, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9536. I. Adelia M. (Yiets), b. 7 March, 1869. 

5722. Mary J. Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct. 22 
Aug., [855, m. John B. Cannon. He was a sou of William 
and Olive (Messenger) Cannon, and was b. Suffield, Ct., 27 
Aug., 1856. Settled in West Suffield. He is a farmer. 

Child, b West Suffield, Ct.: 

9537- I- Elsie Phelps (Cannon), b. 13 Aug., 1891. 

57*27. Mary Louisa ViETS, b. East Granby, 
Ct., 15 Feb., 1813, m. Lemuel Holcomb, b. North Granby, 
Ct., where he now resides. 

Child, b. North Granby, Ct.: 

9538. I. Clifton (Holcolmb). 

5729. Julia Axx Viets, b. East Granby, Ct., 
17 Aug., r8i6, m. Richard Griffin. Settled in Granby Ct. 

Children, b. Granby, Ct. : 



924 



/:'/<■ h tli ( icu era Hon . 



9539. I. Jennie (Griffin). 

1 1540. II. Alice 

9541. III. Duane F. " Resides in Hammond. Ct. 
a clergyman. 



Is 



9542. 
9543- 

9544- 



5730. Harriet Newell Viets, b. East 
Granby, Ct., 1 Jan.. 1818, m. Gilbert Griffin, 2nd Milton 
Griffin. 

Children by 1st husband: 
I. Annis (Griffin ). 
II. Gilbert 

Child by 2nd Husband: 
III. Arthur (Griffin). 

7531. Rev! Apollos Phelps Viets, b. East 
Granby, Ct., 20 Sept., 18 19, m. 9 Oct., 1848, Henrietta 
Louisa Webster, b. Bethlehem, Ct., 11 June, 1830. 

Mr. Viets resided in Milford, Ct., and Hancock, Mass., and 
Waterbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Hancock, Mass., except first : 

I. Edward Phelps Berkley (Viets), b. Milford, 
Ct.. 12 Nov., 1850, drowned at Ausonia, 
28 July, 1S07. 
II. Wordsworth B. (Viets), b. 18 Nov., 1854. 

III. John Charles " b. 18 Nov., 1S56. 

IV. Mary Louisa b. 16 June, 1858. 
V. Beulah Ruth " b. 22 Sept., 1861. 

VI. Henrietta Claribel " b. 28 Nov., 1863. 

5?:{'2. Judah Dryden Viets, b. East Granby, 
Ct., 2 Feb., 1823, m. 28 Oct., 1846, Caroline E. Rowley, b. 
16 July, 1826. Mr. Viets settled in Bioomlield, Ct. 

Children, b. Bloomfield, Ct.: 

I. Albert Andrew (Viets). 
II. Harriet Phelps 
III. Minnie Holcomb " 

5733. Dan Alexander Viets, b, East Granby, 
Ot., 11 Nov., 1S24.n1, Caroline Phelps. 
Ik- m. 2nd .Mary Jane Getman. 
Mr. Viets settled in Granby, Ct. 



954.S. 



9546 
9547 
9548 
9549 
9550 



955 1 - 
9552. 

9553- 



Eighth Generation . 



925 



9554- 
9555- 

9556 
9557 
9558 

9559 
9560 

956r 
9562 



Children, by 1st wife, b. Granby, Ct.: 

I. Walter D. (Yiets). 
II. Fanny 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Granby, Ct,: 
III. Emily L. (Viets), b. 20 Nov., i860. 



IV. Hartley 
V, Annis S. 
VI. Whitney D. " 
VII. William W. " 
VIII. Jessie B. 
IX. Ravnor H. " 



b. 28 March, 1863. 

b. 9 Jan., 1866. 

b. 17 Jnne, 1868. 

b. 7 July, 1S70. 

1>. 5 April, 1S72. 

b. 29 July, 1875, d. 25 Nov.. 



1S77. 

5734. Joseph Franklin Viets, b. East Gran- 
by, Ct., 6 Feb., [827, m. Elizabeth Spencer, m. 2nd Angeline 
Chapin, 11 Sept., [870. Settled in East Granby, Ct. 

Children, by est wife, b. East Granby, Ct : 

I. Dydia Estella (Viets), b. 8 Dec, 1X77. 
II. Clarence Austin " b. 12 Dec, 1856. 

III. Nellie Maria " b. 27 Oct., 1861, d. 26 

August, 1862. 

IV. Annie Maria b. 6 July, 1863. 



9563- 
9564- 

9565- 



9566. 

5735. Benjamin Erskine Viets, b. East 
Granby, Ct., 12 July, 1828, m. iSept., [853. Anna Hubbard, 
b, Bloom field, Ct., 18 March, 1823. 

Children, b. East Granby, Ct.: 

9567. I. Rev. Francis Hubbard (Viets), b. 16 Sept., 

1S54, graduated at Brown University, 1879. 

9568. II. Edward Bradford (Viets), 1>. 27 Jan., 1857. 

Resides Hartford, Ct. 

9569. III. Scott Benjamin (Viets), b. 4 May, 1859. 

Resides in East Granby, Ct. 



57«>7 . 



Sarah Morse, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
June 18, 1 s 1 7 , m. Smith Allen. 

She m. 2nd Rev. Alfred B. Underwood, b. Nov. 3, 1816. 
Res. Wayne, Ohio. 

Child by first husband, b. Wayne, Ohio : 



957 ] 


9572. 


9573- 


9574- 


9575- 


9576- 


9577- 


9578. 



926 Eighth Generation. 

+ 9570. I. Eliza (Allen), b. Feb. 5, 1842, 111. Morris 

Colby. 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Wayne, Ohio : 

II. Rovilla (Underwood), b. Feb. 2<X, 1848, in, 
George H. Stevens. 

III. Rufus A. (Underwood), b. Feb. 18, 1S50, in. 
Ella M. Reynolds. 

IV. Alfred Payson (Underwood), b. Jan. 3, 1852, 
d. Jan. 13, 1852. 

V. Emily (Underwood), b. Jan. 30, 1853, 111. M. 

L,. Bacon. See No. 

VI. Judson Phelps (Underwood), b. Dee. 21, 1854. 

VI I. Mary J. " b. Jan. 31, 1857. 

VIII. Allen B. " b. March 7, 1859. 

IX. Nettie Celia " b. June 28, 1862. 

5738. Ji'i'Aii Morse, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
April 24, 1819, d. Pierpont, Ohio, July 30, 1870, m. Jan., 
1845, Electa Bridgeinan, of Williamsfield, Ohio, b. August 31, 
t82 3 . 

Children : 

+ 9579. I. Maria (Morse), b. Williamsfield, Ohio, March 

11, 1 S 4 7 , m. Chas. H. Bates, 
9580, II. Josiah (Morse), b. Williamsfield, Ohio, Jan. 

17. 1849, d. Pierpont, Ohio, Dec. 23, 1870. 
+ 9581. III. Amelia (Morse), b. Pierpont, Ohio, Sept. 22, 

1 85 1, m. H. P. Foster. 
+ 9582. IV. Inez M. (Morse), b. Pierpont, Ohio, Sept. 9, 

1857, 111. Thomas Jack. 

5739. Maria Morse, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
August 4. [821, d. Nov. 22, 1883, 111. April 13, 1848, James 
H. Phelps, b, Dec. 14, 18 19. 

Res. Williamsfield, Ohio, 

Child, b. Williamsfield, Ohio: 
+ 9583. I. Lovinie D. (Phelps), 1>. May 19, 1S54, 111. S. 

Boyd. 

5740. Ansel Luke Morse, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, Feb. 13, 1823, m. March 2, 1846, Harriet E. Giddings, 



Eighth Generation . 927 

b. June 17, 1826, d. June 23, 1850, dau. of Aranda P. and 
Sarah (Ives) Giddings. 

He m. 2nd, July 1, 1851, Mary J Hoyt. He 111. 3rd, 
March 23, 1862, Mary P. Treat, b. Ontario Co., X. Y. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Williamsfield, Ohio: 

9584. I. Albert A. (Morse), b. Dec. 4, 1846, d. March 

11, 1847. 
+ 9585. II. Emma E. (Morse), b. March 2, 1848, m. Sam- 

uel Hatton. 

9586. III. Infant (Morse), b. June 23, 1850, d. same 

day . 

Children by second wife : 

9587. IV. Ida C. (Morse), b. May 4. 1S52, d. April 30, 

1853. 

+ 9588. V. Minnie (Morse), m. Davis. 

9589. VI. Zoe 

+ 959°- VII. Ata m. - - Sprague. 

574-'2. Axxis Moore, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
Dec, 182-, m. Moses Barber, b. April 24. 1819, <1. Nov. 22. 
1859. 

Res. Williamsfield, Ohio. 

Children b. Williamsfield. Ohio: 

+ 9591. I. Ansel A. (barber), b. Aug. 4, 1848, m. Har- 

riet Hart. 

+ 9592. II. Alfred B. (Barber), b. Sept. 1, 1850, m. Cor- 

intha Woodworth. 

9593. III. John (Barber), b. May 2, 1853, unmarried. 

9594. IV. James b. May 19, 1856, 

9595. V. Moses Paysou (Barber), b, Jan, 22, i860, 

unmarried. 

5743. Mary Morse, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 

April 6, 1828, m. Nov. 26, 1858, Oliver Brown. She m. 2nd 
Mason. 

Children by first husband, b. Williamsfield, Ohio : 

+ 9596. I. Sylvenus (Brown), b. Nov. 13, 1S59, m. 

Ardean Hines. 
+ 9597- II- Emma (Brown), b. Jan. 7, 1862, m, Ered. 

Henrv. 



i •S Eighth Generation. 

+ 9598. III. Minnie (Brown), b. March 1, 1867, m. Wallis 
Fobes. 

5743b Apollos Morse, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, July 8, 1836, m. Nov. 15, i860, Lncy A. Gilmore, b. 
Ravenna, Ohio, May 15, 1843. 

Children : 

9599. I. Dryden (Morse), b. Sept. 29, 1861, num. 

+ 9600. II. Harriet G. " b. Feb. 24, 1864, m. Stephen 

Ramsey. 

5748. Emily F. Alderman, b. Castle Creek, 
X. Y., 10 March, 1830, m. Jason H. Payne, 11 May, 1854. 
Settled in Castle Creek, N. Y. She died 13 May, 1852. 

Child : 

9601. I. Nathaniel (Payne). 

5760. Harriet E. Phelps, b. Snffield, Ct., 1 
Now, 18 18, m. Jay Freeman, 23 March, 1843. He was son of 
Calvin and Jantha (Case) Freeman, and was b. New Marl- 
borough, Mas.-,., 3 March, 1813. Settled in West Suffiield,Ct. 
Children, b. West Snffield, Ct.: 

9602. I. Alice E. (Freeman), b. 5 April, 1S44. 

9603. II. Harriet L. b. 24 Dec, 1846, d. 15 

April, 1 88 1. 

9604. III. Charles S. " b. 1 May, 184S, d. 9 

Sept., 1888. 
+ 9605. IV. Alvin C. " b. 7 July, 1851, m. El- 

len vS. King, 

57(>5. Lorenzo Frazier Phelps, b, Warren, 
N. V., 8 Aug., [816, m, [839. Cornelia Dustin, b. Westfield, 
N. Y. Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Westfield, N. 
Y., in [836, where he married and settled. 

Children, b. Westfield, N. Y.: 

9606. I. Helen Rosalie, b. 1840, m. S. A. Durant, 

Sept., 1858. 

9607. II. Augustus Frazier, b. 4 Dec, 1842. 

9608. III. Amelia Racine, b. 3 Jan., 1845. 
96c,. IV. Frances Cornelia, b. 3 August, 1S48. 
9610. V. Charles L,., b. 11 July, 1 > s 5 5 . 



Eighth Generation. 9 2 9 

5773. Philinda Rice Bing, b. Cheshire, 
Ohio, 17 April, 1817, m. Elijah Vanzant, 28 May, 1840. 

He was son of James N. and Margaret (Guy) Vanzant, and 
was b. Kyger, Ohio, 18 15. Settled in Cheshire, Ohio, where 
he died 26 Nov., 1857. He was a farmer.. His widow died 
26 Jan., 1889. 

Children, b. Cheshire, Ohio: 

961 1. I. William (Vanzant), b. 24 Feb.. 1843, m. 

9612. II. Margaret E. " b. 21, Jan., 1845, m. - 

Butcher. 
9(513. III. John E. (Vanzant), b. 15 March, 1850. 

9614. IV. Elijah C. " b. 16 June, 1S57, d. 15 

Aug., 1863.. 

5774. John Jackson Bing, b. Cheshire, Ohio, 
31 Oct., 1820, m. Mary J. Rathburn, at Cheshire, Ohio. 10 
Oct., 1844. She was daughter of Dr. John and Jane (Reesou) 
Rathburn, and was b. New Cheshire, Ohio, 29 June 182 1. 

Mr. Bing is a farmer at Cheshire, Ohio. 

Children, b. Cheshire, Ohio : 

9615. I. Almira (Bing) b. 12 March, 1S45. 

9616. II. William H. " b. 2 March, 1848. 

9617. III. Alonzo E. " * b. 22 Sept., 1850. 

9618. IV. James F. b. 12 Dec, 1854, d. 30 

March, 1890. 

5776. Polly Phelps, b. Leading Creek, Ohio, 
14 July, 1822, m, Rufus P. Murray, at Rutland, Ohio, 18 
Aug., 1841. He was sou of Archibald and Sarah (Bates) 
Murray, and was b. Salisbury, Ohio, 16 May 1816. He is a 
farmer in Pomeroy, Ohio. 

Children, b. Salisbury, Ohio, except last : 

9619. I. Amelia (Murray), b. 30 April, 1842, m. 

Hysell. 

9620. II. Serena (Murray), b. 18 April, 1844, m. 

Church. 

9621. III. Emma (Murray), b. 2 Sept., 1848, m. Cook. 

9622. IV. Nevada b. 25 May, 1853, m. Ralph. 

9623. V. Eva " b. 28 Oct., 1856. 

(H-7) 



pjo Eighth Generation. 

9624. VI. Charles H. (Murray), b. Rutland, Ohio, 29 
Sept., 1S59. 

5781. Lorenzo D. Phelps, b. Leading Creek, 
Ohio, 12 Oct., 1844, m. Mary K. Stevenson, at Lucille, Iowa. 
She was daughter of Harmon and Marv Stevenson, and was 
b. Marion Co., Ohio, 25 Sept., 1844. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Clarendon, Iowa. 

He was in the war of the rebellion and was in Anderson- 
ville prison 6 months, never recovered his health, and is now 
receiving a pension. 

Children, b. Lucille, Iowa : 

962;,. I. William H., b. 16 August, 1867, 

9626. II. John H,, b. 18 Sept., 1S70, d. 4 April, 1873. 

9627. III. Irene, b. 27 Feb., 1885. 

5782. Elizabeth P. Skglkr, b. Rutland, Ohio, 
29 Now, 1820, in. John A. Manck, at Leading Creek, Ohio, 
17 June, 1X40. He was son of Robert and Esther (Rui'ord) 
Manck, and was b. Page Co., Ya., 6 Dec, 18 17. Settled in 
Middleport, Ohio, where he died 24 March, 1X85. He was a 
farmer. His widow living at Middleport, Ohio. 

Children, b. Gallia Co., Ohio : 

w 

9628. I. Eli R. (Manck), b. 1 July, 1842. 

9629. II. James L. " b. i<S Sept., 1844, d. 25 Dec, 

1S4S. 

9630. III. Jennie b. 5 April, 1850, d. 21 Nov., 

1S92. 

9631. IV. Cassius C. " 1>. 29 July, 1854. 

5792. Dr. Alonzo Jefferson Phelps, b. 
Piketon, Ohio, 17 June, 1835, m. Mary Bueloit Vick, 18 Oct., 
1865. Shu was daughter of Heny YV. and Sarah (Pearce) 
Vick, and was b, Vicksburg, Miss-., 3 Aug., [843. 

Dr. Phelps graduated at college, studied medicine in Col- 
umbia, Ohio, ami New York City, and settled in Louisville, 
Ky., later at Mitta Tuma, Miss., a plantation and estate be- 
longing to his wile. 

Children : 

I. Nancy W'atkins, b. Louisville, Ky., 24 July, 
1866, m. Peter George, of Scotland. 




soy^, 



t^t. 




ELLEN PHELPS. 



Eighth Generation . pjz 

9633. II. Henry Vick, b. Mitta Tuma, Miss., 21 April, 

1868. 

9634. III. Mary Pearce, b. Mitta Tuma, Miss., 28 June, 

1 87 1. 

9635. IV. Ellen Bradley, b. Louisville. Ky., 21 July, 

1873. 

571):}. Judge William Gamaliel Phelps, b. 

Piketon, Ohio, 23 Nov., 1837, m. Virginia Thompson, 20 
June, 1879. 

Judge Phelps graduated at college, studied law at Cam- 
bridge, Mass., and settled in Granville, Miss., where he d. 16 
July, 1893. No issue. 

5S<)<). Luka Jones, b. Middleport, Ohio, 4 
Oct., 1S26, 111. Samuel M. Welden, 1 July, 1850. He was son 
of James and Letitia (Stout) Weldon, and was b. Chester, 
Ohio. 13 March, 1S19. He is a merchant in Middleport, 
Ohio. 

Children, b. Middleport, Ohio: 

+ 9636. I. Lettie M. (Weldon), b. 16 Jan., 1852, m. Sol. 

H. Wertheimer. 

9637. II. Lelia M. (Weldon), b. 22 Feb., 1854. 

5823. Roswell Humphrey, b. Canton. Ct.. 
July 13, [789, d. Collins. Ohio, August 3, 1862, m. in Canton, 
Ct., Jan. 14, 1811, Elmira Gleason, b. Hartford, Ct., Dec. 2, 
1796, d. Perkins, Ohio, Jan. 18, 1842, daughter of Thomas 
and Asenath (Roberts) Gleason. 

They lived in Caroline, X. Y. , removing in 1833 to Milan, 
Ohio, and in 1862, to Collins, Ohio. Mr. Humphrey was a 
fife major for many years and held several town offices. 
Children, b. Caroline, N. Y., except first and ninth: 

9638. I. Jason Gleason (Humphrey), b. Hartford, Ct., 

Oct. 31, 181 1, in. Mary Ami Bennett. 
9630. II, Roswell Henry (Humphrey), b. Sept. 30, 

1S13, m. Jerusha Taylor. 

9640. III. Eliza Almira (Humphrey ), 1). Sept.. 1, 1817, 

d. July 15, 1842. 

9641. IV. Thomas Hiram (Humphrey), b. Sept. 11, 

1819, 111. Laura Jane Hibbard. 



93 2 



Eigh th Genera Hon . 



9642 

9644 

9645 
9646 
9647 



V. Asenath Elvira (Humphrey), b. Sept. 26, 
1 82 1, m. William Everingham. 
VI. Orson Franklin (Humphrey), b. March 17, 

[825, m. Drusilla Fowler. 
VII, Laura Abigail (Humphrey), b. Jan. 14, 1S28, 
d. Sept. 23, 1828, 
VIII. William Alonzo (Humphrey), b. Nov. 22, 
1 83 1, in. Betsey Mead. 
IX. Laura Abigail (Humphrey)), b. Ovid, N. Y., 
Nov. 2, 1836, m. Charles Benton Vanvorce. 
X. Horace (Humphrey). Given by one author- 
ity. Perhaps error. 



5824. Elizabeth Humphrey, b. Canton, Ct., 
March 29, 1791, d. Washington, 111., 1844, m. 1809, Lumau 
Case, b. Canton, Ct., June 4, 1788, son of Ozias Case, 

Removed from Canton, Ct., to Caroline, N. Y., in 1811, 
and to Washington, 111., in 1832. Had thirteen children. 



5826, Dea. Hiram Humphrey, b. Canton, Ct., 
March 22, 1796, d. Speedsville, N. Y., Feb, 13, 1877, m. 
Berkshire, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1827, Huldah Elvira Jenks, b. 
Mass., July 25, 1799, d. Speedsville, N. Y., April 28, 1S68, 
daughter of Elisha and Anna (King) Jenks. 

They settled in Caroline, (Speedsville P. O.,) N. Y. 



9648. 
9649. 
9650. 

9651. 
9652. 

9653- 
9654- 



Children, b. Caroline, N. Y. : 

I. George Washington (Humphrey), b. June 18, 
1828, m. Helen Marian Muir. 
II, Stillman Seymour (Humphrey), b. Sept. 22, 
1830, d. Sept. 1. 1832. 

III. Emily Amelia (Humphrey), b. May 3, 1833, 

m. Elizur Goodrich, m. 2nd Henry Seth 
Akins. 

IV. William Henry (Humphrey), b. Jan. 3, 1836, 

m. Hannah Jacobs. 
V. Edward Leroy (Humphrey), b. April 22, 

1838, m. Manette Smith, 
VI. Charles (Humphrey), d. young. 
VII. Sabra Jenks d. young. 



Eighth Generation, 933 



<5 



5827. Lucius Humphrey, b. Canton, Ct., 
July 2, 1799, d. Owego, N. Y., April 14, 1878, m. at Speeds- 
ville, N. Y., Jan., 1820, Caroline Woodruff, b. Farmington, 
Ct., Nov. 28, 1800, d. Speedsville, N. Y t , March 12, 1820, 
daughter of Allen and Caroline (Case) Woodruff, 

He m. 2nd at Canton, Ct., Oct., 1821, Lydia Cowles Chid- 
sey, b. Avon, Ct., May 8, 1S01, d. Candor, N. Y, Oct. 11, 
1840, daughter of Timothy and Lydia (Cowles) Chidsey, of 
Candor, N. Y. 

He m. 3rd at Owego, N. Y., April 17, 1841, Eliza Maria 
Bell, b. Ballston, N. Y., March 15, 1803, d. Evauston, 111., 
March 3, 1884, daughter of William and Rachael (Taylor) Bell 
of Owego, N. Y. 

After his second marriage Mr. Humphrey resided in Ithaca, 
X. Y., removing in 1823, to Speedsville, in 1829 to Candor, 
and in 1868 to Owego. X. Y. 

He was a farmer. 

Children by 2nd wife : 

+ 9655. I. Adeline Amelia (Humphrey), b. Ithaca, N. 

Y., Dec. 8. 1822, m. Frederick C. Gridley. 
+ 9656. II, Julia Caroline (Humphrey), b. Speedsville, 

X. Y., Feb. 11, 1S24, in. George W. 

Seward. 

9657. III. Jane Amanda (Humphrey), b. Speedsville, 

X. Y,, March 24, 1826. Has a private 
school in Oakland, Cal. 

9658. IY. Hector Seymour (Humphrey), b. Speedsville, 

X. Y., Jan. 14, 1828, m. Helen J. Fox. 

9659. V. Herman Loin (Humphrey), b. Candor, N. 

Y., March 14, 1830, m. Jennie Ann Cross, 
m. 2nd Kittie Elvira (Doty) Door. 

9660. YI. Lucius Arnold (Humphrey), b. Candor, X. 

Y., July 28, 1832, m. Louise G. Lyons. 

9661. VII. Arthur Littleton (Humphrey), b. Candor, X. 

Y., July 9, 1836. Res. Owego, X. Y., 
1884, num. 

9662. VIII. William Henry (Humphrey), b. Candor. X. 

Y., Sept. 5, 1840, d. June 4, 1864. Was 
lieut. in Civil war and in twenty-three bat- 
tles and skirmishes. 



934 



1 ■'.!'< h l/i Cien era lion . 



Children by 3d wife : 

9663. IX, Joseph Bell (Humphrey), b. Candor, N. Y., 

Jan. 28, 1842, d. Sept. 24, 1843. 

9664. X. Charles Frederick (Humphrey), b. Cortland, 

N. Y., Sept. 2, 1844,111. Juanita Da Costa 
Foster. 

9665. XI. Joseph Clarence (Humphrey), b. Dryden, N. 

Y., April 12, 1S46, m. Helen Louise Fadd. 

9666. XII. R. Fouise (Humphrey), b. Dryden, N. Y., 

March 13, 1848, m. John D. Ouinlan, M. D. 

5828. Luke Humphrey, b. Canton, Ct., 1800, 
d. before 18S3, in. 1824, Eliza Bishop, daughter of Henry and 
Sarah Bishop. 

Mr. Humphrey went with his parents to Caroline, N. Y., 
in 1 Si 3, and to Washington, 111., in 1836. 

Children : 

9667. I. Susan M. (Humphrey), b. June 8, 1S25.n1. 

Israel Hicks. 

9668. IF Miles Seymour (Humphrey), b. July 29,1827, 

m. Mary Fawrence Crosby. 

9669. III. Elizabeth (Humphrey), b. Sept. 5, 1829, m. 

Watson Fockwood. 

9670. YF Anna Eliza (Humphrey), b. Feb. 15, 1832, 

m. Johnson Cornwall. 

9671. Y. Mary (Humphrey), b. Feb. 4, 1834, in. Alonzo 

P. Goodyear. 

9672. VI. Martha (Humphrey), b. Feb. 4, 1834, twin, 

111. Charles Houseman. 
.,1.73. VII. Stephen Decatur (Humphrey), b. Sept. 14, 
[837, killed at battle of Corinth, Miss., Oct. 
3, [862. 

9674. VIII. Sarah Jane (Humphrey), b. August 9, 1S40, 

m. George W. Sniffiu. 

9675. IX. William Henry (Humphrey), b. July 27,1844. 

Was in civil war in 1 ith 111. Cavalry. 
9675a. X. Ulysses (Humphrey), b. April 27, 1S55. 

">n:{ ( .>. Hubert Vincent Holcomb, b. Jan. 5, 
1S2S, d. Branford, Ct., August [874, m. - -Squire, m. 2nd 
- Hill. Xo issue. 



Eighth Generation. 935 

See " additions and corrections' for further details about 
No. 2789, given in part on page 582. 

584--. Susan Mills Holcomb, b. Nov. 28, 
1834, in. Nov. 28, 1861, Albert Hull, of New Boston, Mass., 
son of Lieut. Gov. George Hull. 

Mr. Hull was in the tanning business for many years in 
New Boston, and now (1899) they reside in Hartsville, Mass. 

Child, b. New Boston, Mass.: 
+ 9675b. I. Elizabeth Holcomb (Hull), b. Nov. 4, 1862, 

m. George A. Stevens. 

5857. Frederick Phelps, b. Canaan, Ct., 
8 Nov,, 1794. m. Europi Comstock. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Bristolville, Ohio, where he d, 1 
Sept.. 1SS4. 

Child, b. Bristolville, Ohio: 

+ 9676, I. Myron D., m. Elvira J. Ayres. 

5860. Riley Phelps, b. Canaan, Ct., n Nov., 
1800, m. at Canaan, Ct., April 15, [825, .Sally Yale. She was 
b. Canaan, Ct., 11 March, r8oi, d. Penfield, N. Y., 3 Nov., 
1854. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Canaan, Ct., from there he re- 
moved to Penfield, N. Y., where he d. May 14, 1865. 

Children : 

9677. I. George W.. b. Canaan, Ct., 20 March, 1826, 

d. Penfield, X. Y., 15 Dec, 1846, mini 
+ 9678. II. Almon H., b. Canaan, Ct., 6 Nov., 1829, in. 

+ 9679. III. Eorenzo D., b. Penfield, N. Y., 20 Sept., 

[833, m. 
9680. IV. Nancy J., b. Penfield, X. Y., 12 Nov., [835, 

d. Penfield, X. Y., 29 Dec, 1852, num. 
+ 9681. V. Adaline E., b. Penfield, X. Y., 27 Oct., 1839, 

m. Chauncey Bunce. 
+ 9682. VI. Mary Ann, b. Penfield, X. Y., 8 Sept., 1841, 

m. Barrett Root. 

5862. Desire Phelps, b. Canaan, Ct., 2 Aug., 
[804, 111. Solon E. Buttolph. Settled in Canaan, Ct., where 
he d. 25 June, 1885. One record says that her sister m. Mr. 
Buttles, and had this child. 



pj6 Eighth Generation, 

Child, b. Canaan, Ct.: 
9683. I. Edward (Buttolph), d. and was buried on 

Canaan Mountain. He was a sailor. 

5864. Polly Phelps, b. Canaan, Ct., 19 Aug., 
1810, m. Lucius Judd. Settled in Lakeville, Conn. 

Note. — The records also give Betsey Ann as marrying 
Lucius Judd and settling in Lakeville, Ct. 

Children : 

96S4. I. Delia M. (Judd). Resides in Lakeville, Ct. 

9685. II. 

5865. Daniel Phelps, b. Canaan, Ct., 3 June, 
1812, 111. 31 May, 1S35. Elizabeth Daley, b. Sandisfield, Mass., 
d. Canaan, Ct., 2 April, i860. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Canaan, Ct., where he d. 9 Eeb., 1866. 

Child, b. Canaan, Ct.: 

968 6. I. George. 

5867. Israel Buttolph, b. New Haven, Vt., 
25 Dec, 1792, m. Electa Towsley, 9 Feb., 1815. She d. New 
Haven, Yt. 

Mr. Buttolph settled in New Haven, Yt., where he died. 
He was a farmer. 

Children, b. New Haven, Yt.: 

9687. I, Lydia (Buttolph), b. 4 Aug., 181 7, m. • 

Hoyt. Son in business in Chicago. 

9688. II. Royal (Butotlph), b. 9 May, 1818. 

9689. III. Desire " b. 7 Sept., 1821, m. Hill. 

Lives Bristol, Out, 

9690. IY. Henry A. b. 6 Oct., 1823. Farmer in 

South Burlington, Yt. 

9691. V. Hannah b. 13 Jan., 1825, m. Albert 

Bliss. Lives in Essex, 
Yt. Has grand-child- 
dren. 

9692. VI. Albert b. 4 May, 1828, 111. d. has 

son Albert in Chicago. 
969;. VII. Anniejane" b. 23 August, 1830, 111. 

Wesley Warner. 



Eighth Generation. pjy 

9694. VIII. Emily (Butotlph), b. 9. May, 1834, m. Rath- 

bone. Resides New 
Haven, Vt. 

5871. John Phelps Buttolph, b. New Haven. 
Vt., 2 Jan., 1807, m. Abigail Jewett, in New Haven, Vt., 24 
March, 1825. She was No. 3123, and was b. New Haven, Vt. , 
8 Dec., 1802. 

She d. Essex, Vt., 5 Jan., 1874. 

Mr. Buttolph resided in New Haven, and Essex, Vt. 

Children, b. New Haven, Vt.: 

9695. I. Othniel (Buttolph), b. 3 Aug., 1826, d. Buf- 

falo, N. Y,, unmarried. 
+ 9696. Elam Jewett (Buttolph), b. 8 August, 1828, m. 

Mary E. Tracy. 

5875. Electa Harriet Phelps, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., Nov. 15, 1801, d. Dec. 1, 1876, m. Jan, 24, 1827, Horace 
Meacham, of Somers, Ct. 
Res. Somers, Ct. 

' • Children, b. Somers, Ct.: 

+ 9697. I. Edward (Meacham), b. 1830, m. Eouisa . 

+ 9698. II. Mary b. 1833, m. Newton Wood- 

ward. 

9699. III. David (Meacham), b. , m. . Res, 

Somers, Ct. 

5870. Charlotte Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
Jan. 13, 1804, d. May 11, 1865, m. April 24, 1823, Samuel 
Seymour of Colebrook, Ct., b. 1801, d. Dec. 10, 1870. 

Children, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

+ 9700. I. Mary Lydia (Seymour), b. Nov. 14, 1824, m. 

Case Alford. 
' + 9701. II. Rufus Phelps (Seymour), b. April 13, 1827, 

m. Jane Alford. 
+ 9702 III. Cornelia (Seymour), b. April 18, 1834, m. 

Ralph I. Crissey. 

5877. Eunice Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct , May 
25, 1S06, d. Dec. 13, 1882. m. Oct. 20, 1830, David Bird of 
Bethlehem, Ct., b. 1804, d. Sept. 3, 1863. 



pj8 Eighth Generation. 

Res. Winsted, Ct. 

Children : 

970;,. I. Sarah P. (Bird), b, 1830, d. Feb. 9, 1S40. 

+ 9704. II. Sterling " 111. twice. 

5878. Mary Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., July 3, 
[808, (1. Sept. 11, 1899, m. Sept. 4, 1833, Sylvester Piatt, b. 
Winchester, Ct., May 17, 1800, d. Sept. 19, 1870, son of Dea. 
Levi and Esther (Alvord) Piatt. 

Res. Winchester, Ct. 

Children, b. Winchester, Ct.: 

9705. I. Levi Wilcox (Piatt), b. Aug. 27, 1834, d. 

Dec. 9, 1844. 

9706. II. Ellen Rebecca (Piatt) b. Sept. 6, 1837, d. 

Jan. 19, 1S40. 
+ 9707. III. Edwin Sylvester (Piatt), b. Sept, 30. 1839, m. 
Elizabeth Brooks. 

5879. Sally Wilcox Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
Sept. iS, 1810, d. June 5, 1875, m. May 28, 1829, Samuel D. 
Chapin, of Somers, Ct., b. 1801, d. Sept. 1, 18S6. 

Children, b. Somers, Ct.: 

9708. I. Sarah (Chapin) b. - — , m. Pitkin Pease of 

of Ellington, Ct., and have three children : 
Claude, Arthur and Mary. 

9709. II. Ellen (Chapin), d. 1N44. 

9710. III. Horace " 111. 

5880. Asahel Gaylord Phelps, b. Norfolk. 
Ct., May 20, 1813, d. Nov. 19, 1891, m. Nov. 9, 1841, Fanny 
Case, b. Nov. 27, 1S1S, d. Jan. 1 S, 1S94, daughter of Aaron and 
Lodamia Case. Res. Norfolk, Ct. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 
+ 9711. I. Sarah, b. May 12, 1843, 111. Edward L. Gay- 

lord. 
9712. II. Frances L., b. Aug. 1, 1X40. Res. Norfolk, 

Ct., unmarried. 
+ 9713. III. Ellen E., b. Nov. 13, 1848, m. Garry C. 
Grant. No. 7837. 
9714. IV. Mary Rockwell, b. Sept. 10, 1X54. Res. Nor- 
folk, Ct. 



Eighth Generation . g^g 

588 1. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
Sept., 20, 1815, d. Feb. 29, 1848, m. Oct. 18, 1837, John Net- 
tleton, of Norfolk. Ct. 

Child : 

9715. I. Joseph P.. b. 1846, d. Jan. 13, 1897. 

5883. Rebecca Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., Feb. 
4, 1820, m. March 13, 1839, William Jason Norton, b. Nor- 
folk, Ct., Nov. -9, 1814, d. Jan. 9, 1881. son of Anson and 
Ruby (Burr) Norton. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

+ 9716. I. Albert Hiram (Norton), b. July 24, 1840, m. 

Ellen Camp. 
+ 9717. II. George Phelps (Norton), b. July 31, 1842, 

m. Emily Yosburg, 
+ 9718. III. Mary Janet (Norton), b. Dec. 5, 1844, m. 

Alfred Brasie. 
+ 9719. IV. William Wilcox (Norton), b. Aug. 23, 1847, 

m. Martha E. Walker. 
+ 9720. V. Egbert Ansou (Norton), b. Nov. 29, 1851, m. 

Nettie A. Beckwith. 
+ 9721. VI. Matilda Rebecca (Norton), b. June 19, 1854, 

in. Charles D. Kilbourn. 

9722. VII. Elizabeth Louisa (Norton), b. May 21, 1856, 

m. John P. Cook. See No. 9747. 

9723. VIII. Joseph Daring (Norton), b. April 11, 1862. 

Unmarried. 

5886. John Humphrey, b. Norfolk, Ct., June 
18, 1801, d. July 14, 1854, m. Eitchfield, Ct., Oct. 30, 1845, 
Maria Turner, b. Litchfield, Ct., Dec. 25, 1817, dan. of Isaac 
and Cynthia (Mason) Turner. He was a farmer in Norfolk, 
Ct., was selectman 1838 and 1839, and representative to the 
legislature 1849 and 1853. His widow res. in Bethlehem, Ct., 
and in 1882 was living in North Madison, Ct. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

9724. I. Mary (Humphrey), b. Sept. 8, 1846, m. Rev. 

R. H. Gidmau. 

9725. II. Robert Phelps (Humphrey), b. March 28, 

1 85 1. Res. Pittsburg, Pa. 



u/o Eighth Generation. 

9726. III. John (Humphrey), b. July 2, 1853. Res 

Wauconda, 111. 

5887. Mary Humphrey, b. Norfolk, Ct., Oct. 
7, [803, m. Jan. 1, 1826, John Dewell, b. Pine Plains, N. Y., 
Sept. 3, 1795, d. West Norfolk, Ct. Oct. 2, 1871, son of 
Jonathan and Sarah (Ryder) Dewell. Mr. Dewell was a 
manufacturer and merchant in West Norfolk, Ct. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

9727. I. John Humphrey (Dewell) b. Sept, 9, 1827, m. 

twice. 
972S. II. Mary Elizabeth b. Feb. 12, 1829, m. 

Robert C. Peck. 

9729. III. Sarah b. June, 1832, d. 

June, 1S32. 

9730. IV. Sarah Ryder b. July 12, 1834. Res. 

New HaYen, Ct. 
973 1 - V. James Dudley b. Sept. 3, 1S37, m. 

Mary E. Keyes. 
9732. VI. Mattie A. " b. Oct. 11, 1S42, m. 

Therou S, Swain. 
9733- VII. Charles Griswold " b, March 6, 1844,01. 

Feb. 28, 1846. 

5888. Griswold Humphrey, b, Norfolk, Ct., 
Noy. 10, 1S06, d. Canaan, Ct., May 6, 1880, m. Salisbury, 
Ct., Nov. 3, 1841, Olive Spauldiug Jones, b. - — , d. July 23, 
1874, dan, of Horace and Clarissa (Foster) Jones. He m. 2nd 
March 22, 1876, Sabra Marvin, of Canaan, Ct., dan. of Alson 
and Clarissa (Calkins) Marvin, of Cornwall, Ct. 

He was a druggist in Canaan, Ct., for 39 years. 

Children, b. Canaan, Ct.: 

9734. I. William Griswold (Humphrey), b. March 24, 

1S44. A druggist in Canaan, Ct. 

9735. II. Horace Dudley (Humphrey), b. July 18, i860. 

Res. Canaan, Ct. A druggist. 

5889. Merrill Humphrey, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
Sept. 1, 1809, m. South Coventry, Ct., Dec. 6, 1843, Maria 
Elizabeth Mason, b. Mansfield, Ct., Sept. 25, 1819, dau. of 
Abner and Elizabeth (Brown) Mason. 



Eighth Generation. 94.1 

Res. Canaan, Ct. Mr. Humphrey has an original letter, 
written in 1648, to Michael Humphrey, the emigrant. 

Child, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

9736. I. Clarence Mason (Humphrey), b. March 31, 

1846. A merchant in Canaan, Ct. 

5890. Dea. James Humphrey, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., Jan. 30, 1813, d. West Norfolk, Ct., Feb. 4, 1882.. m. 
Nov. 12, 1834, Eliza Babbitt, b. Jan. 17, 1814, dan. of Zerah 
and Rebecca (Hedges) Babbitt. 

He was a farmer in West Norfolk, Ct. Was representative, 
1858. 

Children, b. West Norfolk, Ct.: 

9737. I. Edward James (Humphrey), b. August 6, 

1836, d. Newbern, N. C, April 22, 1862, 
buried in Norfolk. Enlisted as a private in 
[861 in army. 

9738. II. William Adams (Humphrey), b. March 17, 

[841, m. Maria M. Mills. 

9739. III. John Dudley (Humphrey), b. May 27, 1S42, 

m. twice. 

9740. IV. Charles (Humphrey), b. Nov, 14, 1850, d. 

March 24, 1S52. 

9741. V. Frederick Garfield (Humphrey), b. Sept. 23, 

1857, m. Addie F. Thompson, 

5893. George Henry Phelps, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., 27 May, 182 1, m. Sept. 3, 185 1, Harriet Maria Phelps, 
No. 5913, b. Norfolk, Ct., July 13, 1823, d. Norfolk, Ct., 21 
March, 1872. He m. 2nd Anna B. Mahon. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

9742. I. Frank M., b. 1S50. 

9743. II. Anna B. 

9744. III. Mary F. 

5908. Levi Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 29 Sept., 
1818, m. Ora Ann Graham, 24 Dec, 1S63. She was daughter 
of Lemuel and Sophrouia (Goddard) Graham and was b. 
Granby, Ct., 28 July, 1830. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Norfolk, Ct. 



<jfj Eighth Generation. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 
9743. I. Lucy, b. 5 Nov., 1864, d. young. 

9746. II. Edith, 1). 22 June, 1866, d. 21 Nov., 1S60, 

mini. 

5912. Mariet Augusta Phelps, b. Norfolk. 
Ct., Feb. 20, 1 8.2 1, d. June 21, 186 1, m. Oct. 15, 1845, John 
R. Cook, b. Winsted, Ct., Feb. 18, 1823, d. Nov. 10, 1876, 
son of Reuben and Ruth (Shepard) Cook. 

(Mr. Cook 111. 2nd Jane M. Dickinson, and 3rd Mrs. Helen 
M. (Sloper) Wickham. 

Mr. Cook was a manufacturer of carriage axles in Winsted, 
Ct., in company with his father and brother. 

Children, b. Winsted, Ct.: 
+ 9747. I, John Phelps (Cook), b. Jan. 25, 1849, m. 

Elizabeth L. Norton. 
No. 9722. 

9748. II. Fliza Phelps " b. Feb. 14, 1857. Res. 

Winsted, Ct., unm. 

9749. III. Marietta b. June 5, 1861, d. 

July 12, 1864. 

5922. Egbert T. Butler, b. Norfolk, Ct., 21 
Dec, 1813, 111. 1 May, 1839, Jennette Porter, d. Nov. 23, 
1862, No 5934. He m. for 2nd wife, Celestia Hall, 21 Jan., 

64. 

Mr. Butler settled in Norfolk, Ct. He was the projector of 
the Conn. Western R. R., and is a prominent man in the 
county and state. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 
0750. I. Egbert (Butler), b. 4 Jan., 1841. 

0731. II. Harriet b. 8 March, 1854, d. 17 Nov., 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

9752. III. Jennette (Butler), b. 13 June, 1865. 

0733. IV. Charlotte " b. 15 Feb., [868, d. 28c. 

Nov., 18S3. 

5927. Dr. Jeremiah W. Phelps, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., Feb. 29, 1824, 111. Dec. 25, 1846, Augusta C. Hayden, b. 



Eighth Generation . p^j 

July i, 1823, d. 1848, dau. of Cicero and Sophia (Squires) 
Hay den, of Torrington, Ct. 

He m. 2nd July, 1859, Widow Mindwell M. Beardsley, wid- 
ow of Dr. Peter Beardsley. 

He 111. 3rd in Plymouth, Ct., Oct. 29, 1880, Marietta Nor- 
ton, b. Bristol, Ct., 1832. 

He lived with his uncle Lemuel Hnrlbut, in Winchester 
Center, Ct., until age of 19, when he began to study medicine 
with Dr. J. H. Cockey, of that place, later of Rye, N. Y. He 
graduated at a medical college in Castletou, Yt., in 1846, 
practiced medicine in Colebrook, Ct., for three years, then re- 
moved to Torrington, and after a short time to Chicago, 111.. 
returning to Torrington in [851. He spent two and a half 
years in New Haven. 

Children, b. Torrington, Ct., by 2nd wife: 

+ 9754, I. Jeremiah W. b. Dec. 29, 1S66, m. Elizabeth 

H. Langdon. 
9755. II. Frank S., b. June 7, 1872. 

5931. Samuel Hurlbut, b. Winchester, Ct., 
Jan. 12, [818, 111. July 2;,, [846, Elizabeth Norton Goddard, 
of Goshen, Ct., daughter of J. Warren and Elizabeth (Nor- 
ton) Goddard. She d. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 10, 1854. 
He m. 2nd about 1 S60, Kate Ray of Baltimore, Md. 
He was for many years a merchant in Baltimore, Md. 

Child by first wife : 
0756. I. Edward Norton (Hurlbut), b. Feb. 1, 1848. 

737 Broadway, N. Y., in 1899. 
9756a. II. Lemuel (Hurlbut), b. Dec. 1 1850. 
9756b. HI. Elizabeth Norton (Hurlbut), b. Jan, 1, 1854. 

5941. Eleanor Sophia Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 8 May, itfn, m. Oliver William Woodford, 27 Oct., 1835. 
Settled in Norfolk, Ct., and from there to New York City. 
Children, b. New York City : 

+ 9757. I. Walter Oliver (Woodford), b. 27 Feb., 1836, 

m. Rebecca Jackson. 
975S. II. Ellen Sophia (Woodford), b. 10 Dec, 1838. 

9759. III. Mary Esther , b. 3 March, 1842, 

(1. 29 April, 1S53. 



9/7 Eighth Generation . 

9760. IV. Ida Caroline (Woodford), b. 18 May. 1847,111. 

Josiah Post Howell, 9 Sept., 1862. 

9761. V. Franklin Emerson (Woodford), b. 21 Aug., 

1.S48. 

9762. VI. Chandler Phelps (Woodford), b. 29 Aug., 

1851. 

5944. William Erastus Phelps, b. West 
Hartford, Ct., 3 May, 1815, in. Rebecca Elmer. She was 
daughter of Joseph Elmer, and was b. West Hartford, Ct. 
Mr. Phelps settled in West Hartford, Ct., died Sept., 1846. 

Child : 

9763. I. Sarah Louisa, d. young. 

594-5. Julius Farnsworth Phelps, b. West 
Hartford, Ct., 30 Dec, 1817, 111. Cordelia Steele, 13 Dec, 
1838. She was daughter of Paphro Steele, and was b. West 
Hartford, Ct. 

Mr, Phelps settled in West Hartford, later removing to 
Schuyler, Neb., where he d. 3 May, 1889. 

Children, b. West Hartford, Ct.: 

9764. I. Charles Julius, b. 13 Sept., 1839, 111, Catha- 

rine Elizabeth Wells, 19 March, 1861. 

9765. II. Elizabeth, b. 22 Feb., 184 1. 

9766. III. Edwin Athertou, b. 10 July, 1844. 

9767. IV. Goodwin Whiting, b. 2 Oct., 1S47. 

9768. V. Isadore, b. 15 Nov., 1S51. 

5949. Sarah Emily Phelps, b. East Hart- 
ford, Ct., 31 Oct., 1812, m. 9 Nov., 1832, Daniel Merritt 
Seymour, b. Hartford, Ct., 12 Oct,, 1807, where he settled 
and d. 6 Oct., 187 1. 

Children, b'. Hartford, Ct.: 

9769. I. Catharine Maria (Seymour), b. 12 Nov., 1833, 

d. 11 August, 1S53. 

9770. II, Ellen Frances (Seymour), b. 2 April, 1837, 

m, Horace Wilcox, 27 Oct., 1S56. 

5951. Henry Phklps, b. East Hartford, Ct., 
1 Oct., 1816, 111. 20 Nov., 1838, Mary Fordham, b. Sag 
Harbor, E. I. 



Eighth Generation. 9/jr 

Mr. Phelps settled in Sag Harbor, L,. I., where he d. 25 
April, 1856. 

Children : 

9771. I. Henry Seymour, b. 22 July, 1839, d. 19 Jan.,. 

1 84 1 , 

9772. II. Robert Fordham, b. 2 March, 1842, d. 31 

August, 1S43. 

9773. III. Mary Fordham, b. 10 Jan., 1844, m. Dr. 

Clapp, d. Norwich, Conn. 

9774. IV. Charles Goodrich, b. 6 Sept., 1845, d. 24 

Feb., 1S50. 
9775- V. Caroline Augusta, b. 19 Oct., 1847. 

9776. VI. Charles Henry, b. 1 Sept., 1852. 

5953. George Smith Phklps, b. East Hart- 
ford, Ct., 22 Jan., 1821, m. Abigail Stevens 22 June, 1S45. 
She was daughter of Jason and Fannie Stevens, and was b. 
East Hartford, 1825, where she d. 4 Jan., 1N47. 

He m. 2nd Harriet Roberts Burnham, 1 July, 1847. She 
was daughter of Hezekiah Burnham, and was b. East Hart- 
ford, Ct., 16 March, 18 18. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Hartford, Ct,. later removing to 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Cnild, by 1st wife, b. East Hartford, Ct.: 

9777. I. Abbie Stevens, b. 9 Oct., 1S46, m. Win. R. 

Eadd, 28 Dec, 1875. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. East Hartford, Ct.: 

9778. II. George Henry, b. 3 Feb., 1849, d. 16 March, 

1849. 

9779. III. Henry Howell, b. 8 April, 1850, m. Jennie 

Bacon. 12 Feb., 1879. He d. 5 April, 1880. 

5955. Samuel Goodrich Phelps, b. East 
Hartford, Ct., 4 Nov., 1827, m. 24 Dec, 1859, Elizabeth B. 
Lockwood, b. East Hartford, Ct. He. d. 29 Sept., 1892. 
Children, b. East Hartford, Ct.: 

9780. I. William Seymour, b. 19 Jan., 1852. 

9781. II. Edward Henry, b. 24 May, 1855, d. 8 Sept., 

1856. 

(II-S) 



p#6 • Eighth Generation. 

9782. III. Anna Elizabeth, b. 17 May, 1859, m. Frank 

Crocker. She d. in 22nd year. 

9783. IV. Nellie S., m. Leander H. Day. 

5962. Sarah Jane Phelps, b. Milltown, Ind., 
1827, m. Dr. Isaac Edwards, 14 Feb., 1846. 

Dr. Edwards graduated at college, studied medicine, and 
settled in Pleasant Grove, Ind., where he practiced. His 
wife, Sarah, d. there 14 March, 1857. They had four chil- 
dren . 

5903. Henry Samuel Phelps, b. Milltown. 
Ind., n June, 1S29, m. Ellen Toller, 15 April, 1883. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Milltown, Ind. 

Children, b. Milltown, Ind.: 

9784. I. Jemima Ella. 

9785. II. William Erastus. 

5965. William Erastus Phelps, b. Milltown, 
Ind., 2 June, 1836, m. 25 Sept., 1858, Tillie A. Reynolds, b. 
La Rue County, Ky. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Milltown, Ind.: 

Child, b. Milltown, Ind,: 

9786. I. Susan Florence. 

5973. George Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 
about 1825, m. Persis North. She was daughter of Joseph 
North, and was b. Avon, Ct. 

Children : 

9787. I. George. 

9788. II. Catharine. 
97.X(j. III. A daughter. 

5975. Ammi Latimer, b. Simsbury, Ct., 21 
May, 1S16, m. 16 Dec, 1845, Lucia Amanda Case, b. 20 Nov., 
1825. 

Mr. Latimer settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 
 ,790. I. Laura Jane (Latimer), b. 14 Jan., 1S47. 

9791. II. Juliet " b. 14 Aug., 1848. 

9792. III. vSeth Anion b. 14 Feb., 1851. 
793. IV. Edward Jerome " b. 5 July, 1852. 



Eighth Generation. ?// 

9794. V. Lucia Amelia (Latimer), b. igDec, 1854. 

9795. VI. Mary " b. 2 Nov., 1856. 

9796. VII. George Ariel " b. 18 Dec., 1858, d. 7 

July, 1863. 

9797. VIII. William " b. 12 Sept., 1861. 

9798. IX. Alice " b. 9 Dec, 1862, 

5977. Franklin A. Latimer, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 17 Oct., 1820, m. 18 Sept., 1850, Elizabeth Rosabella 
Case, b. 30 July, 1826. 

Mr. Latimer settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9799. I. Rosabella Elizabeth (Latimer), b. 24 April, 

1852. 

9800. II. Clara Electa (Latimer), b. 14 Jan., 1858. 

51)79. Emeline Latimer, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
22 June, 182S, m. 15 March, 1S50, John Lewis Smith, b. 1S25. 
Settled in Fair Haven, Ct., where he d, 14 August, 1864. 
Children, b. Fair Haven, Ct.: 

9801. I. Laura Phelps (Smith). 

9802. II. Charles 

9803. III. Franklin Amtni " 

5986. Catharine A. Phelps, b. Harwinton, 
Ct., 8 March, 1831, m. James Dunlap,, 17 Feb., 1848. 
Settled in Hartford, Ct., and had 7 children. 

5998- Norman Hubbard, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
about 1825, m. Elizabeth Gordon. 

Children : 

9S04. I. William (Hubbard), b. July, 1856. 

9805. II. George 

9806. III. Effie 

9807. IV. Hattie 

6004. Sarah Elizabeth Hough, b. Granby, 
Ct., 7 May, 1832, m. Carlos Bonface, June, 1852. He d. 14 
Feb., 1S61. She m. 2nd Judson Walker, May, 1862. He d. 
Feb., 1S63, without issue. 

Child, by 1st husband : 

9808. I. Inez (Bonface), b. 14 Feb., 1854. 



(jfS Eighth Generation. 

6005. Addison Levi Hough, b. Gran by, Ct.„ 
5 Dec, 1833, m. Catharine Pelton, b. Chicopee, Mass, 

Children : 

9809. I. Adah (Hough), died aged six months. 

9810. II. Emma d. aged two years. 

981 1. III. Frank " b. 1861. 

6015. Almira Hubbard Ashwell, b. Granby, 
Ct., m, Eli Brown. 

Children : 

9812. I. Frederick (Brown). 

9813. II. Fanny 

6021. Sarah Lucinda Hoskins, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., about 1822, m. Sylvester Holcolmb. 

Children : 

9814. I. Sylvester Wilbur (Holcomb). 
98^-5. II. Allen Jacob 

6023, Mary Ann Hoskins, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
9 Feb., 1828, m. 17 Nov., 1848, George Carter Case, b. 25 
Aug., 1825. 

Mr. Case settled first in Simsbury, Ct. 

Child, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9816. I. Asabah Brainard (Case), b. 6 Oct., 1849. 

()0'24-. Daniel Martin Hoskins, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 27 June, 1834, m, 31 Aug., 1859, Helpha St. John, b. 30 
Aug., 1S34. 

Mr. Hoskins first settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9817. I. Lewis Marvin (Hoskins), b. 12 Sept., i860. 

9818. II. Charles Edward " b. 20 April, 1863. 

0027. Noah Hoskins, b. Simsbury, Ct., 12 
May, 1819, m. 3 Sept., 1850, Lucy Judson, b. 20 July, 1824. 
Mr. Hoskins settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9819. I. Mary Ann (Hoskins), b. 16 July, 1851, d. 17 

July, 1 85 1. 



Eighth Generation . 949 

9820. II. Anna Eliza (Hoskins), b. 22 Dec, 1853. 

9821. III. Albert Sylvester b. 17 Nov., 1855. 

9822. IV. Frank Noah " b. 14 Jan., 1858. 

9823. V. Willie Judson " b. 22 March, 1861. 

9824. VI. Lucy Phales " b. 22 July, 1864. 

6029. Asa Hoskins, b. Simsbury, Ct., 4 Oct., 
1823, m. ig Oct., 1846, Nancy R. Holcomb, b. 29 Aug., 1820, 
d. 22 April, 1868. 

Mr. Hoskins settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9825. I, John Asa (Hoskins), b. 16 Dec, 1847, d. 11 

Feb., 1 85 1. 

9826. II. Abby Jane (Hoskins), b. 6 Sept., 1850. 

9827. III. Edmond Asa b. 11 Dec, 1851. 

9828. IV. Mary Elizabeth " b. 1 1 Aug., 1853. 

9829. V. Frederick Chauncey " b. 16 June, 1855. 

6081. Candace Holcomb, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
27 Jan., 1823, m. Alson Holcomb, 25 Dec, 1844. 

Children : 

9S30. I. Jaman (Holcomb), b. 6 June, 1845, d. 6 July, 

1845. 
9831. II. Shaler (Holcomb), b. 16 July, 1847. d. Oct., 

1847. 



9832. 


III. 


Alvaret 


9833- 


IV. 


Irene 


9834- 


V. 


Benton 


9835- 


VI. 


Irving 


9836. 


VII. 


Francis 


9837- 


VIII. 


Eeulah 



b. 


Oct., 


1851. 


b. 


Dec. 


1852. 


b 


Jan. 


 1859. 


b. 


Jan. 


1861. 



6031). Newell Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct., 25 
April, 1821. m. 1849, Caroline Adams, who d. Bloomfield,Ct., 
3 Nov., 185 1. 

He m. 2nd 24 June. 1856, E. Carver, b. 4 July, 1832. 

Mr. Hoskins settled in Bloomfield, Ct. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Bloomfield, Ct.: 
9838. I. Newell Ashbel (Hoskins), b. 23 July, 1850. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Bloomfield, Ct.: 



£5° Eighth Generation. 

9839. II. Grace E. Hoskins, b. 6 Jan., 1861. 

9840. III. Charles C. " b. 17 Dec., 1862. 

6040. Caroline Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct., 26 
Feb., 1823, in. 27 Sept., 1842, Thomas Griswold Adams, b. 
17 Jan.. 1818. Settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Child, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9841. I. Clarissa Caroline (Adams), b. 7 Nov., 1842. 

6041. Louisa Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct., 11 
April, 1825, m. 18 Dec, 1849, Warren W. Barber, b. 1800. 
Settled in Windsor, Ct. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

9842. I. Frank W. (Barber), b. 23 Oct., 1853. 

6049. Chloe Pinney Hoskins, b. Canaan, 
Ct., 3 Jan., 1820, m. George H. Latham, 8 Oct,, 1837. 

Settled in Canaan, Ct. 

Child, b. Canaan, Ct.: 

9843. I. Edward G. (Latham), b. 15 Dec, 1838. 

6050. Jane Eliza Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct., 8 
July, 1822, m. Gaylord P. Pinney, 30 March, 1842. 

Children : 

9844. I. Filzer Cleveland (Pinney), b. 1 Nov., 1842. 

9845. II. Jane Isabelle " b. 23 Aug., 1845. 

9846. III. Henry Gaylord " b. 5 July, 1851. 

6051. Charlotte B, Hoskins, b. Canaan, 
Ct., 1 April, 1825, m. 25 Nov., 1851, Thomas G. Holcomb. 
He settled in Canaan, Ct., where he d. 10 Sept., 1852, 

Child, b. Canaan, Ct.: 

9847. I. Thomas G. (Holcomb), b. 31 May, 1S53. 

6052. Elizabeth A, Hoskins, b. Canaan, 
Ct., 27 Jan., 1S27, m. Charles W. Church, 25 June, 1848. 

Children : 

9848. I. Lula (Church), b. April, 1850. 

9849. II. Elizabeth (Church). 

6054. Henry Clay Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct., 
20 Jan., 1832, m. Celia Griswold, 3 Dec, 1856. 



Eighth Generation. 951 

Children : 

9850. I. Henry (Hoskins), b. 3 Nov., 1857, d. July, 

1862. 

9851. II. Kate " b. Sept., 1859. 

9852. III. Rachel " b. Oct., 1861. 

9853. IV. A daughter" 

6055. Ellen Ferry Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct., 
3 Feb., 1834, m. James P. Brace, 28 March, 1856. 

Children : 

9854. I. James (Brace), b. 3 Nov., 1857, d. July, 1862. 
9S55. II. Frederick H. (Brace), b. Sept., 1S59. 

9856. III. James Pierce " b. Oct., 1S61. 

6056. James Bailey Hoskins, b. Canaan.Ct., 
10 Jan., 1826. m. i Dec, 1850, Maria Dibble, b. 15 Dec, 
1830. 

Children : 

9857. I. Francis Amelia (Hoskins,) b. 3 Oct., 1851. 

9858. II. Jennie Maria b. 3 May, 1854. 

9859. III. Franklin Fayette " b. 17 July, 1859. 

6058. Watson Lkykrktt Hoskins, b. Canaan, 
Ct., 22 Jan., 1830 m. Frances Allen, 17 May, 1853. 
Mr. Hoskins settled in Canaan. Ct. 

Children , 

9860. I. Frances Deonora (Hoskins), b. 26 March, 

1854. 

9861. II. Agues Lena b. 21 April, 

1857- 

9862. IIP Watson Edward " b. 3 June, i860. 

6060. Francis Fayette Hoskins, b. Canaan, 
Ct., 17 Nov. 1833, m. 1 Dec, 1863, Mary E. Weston, b. 1 Dec, 

1835- 

Child : 

9863. I. Francis Virginia (Hoskins), b. 15 Aug., 1864. 

6063. Eliza Henrietta Hoskins, b. Canaan, 
Ct., 25 Oct., 1839, m. 4 Nov., 1863, William Henry Smith 
Bean, b. 8 Dec, 1840. 



952 Eighth Generation. 

Child: 

9864. I. Winnie Smith (Bean), b. 24 Aug., 1864, d. 27 

April, 1865. 

6004. Hannah Cklkstia Case, b. Maine, 
1 s 1 7 . in. Lorenzo Leavitt, 1836. Settled in Maine. 

Children : 

9865. I. Isadore Case (Leavitt). 

9866. II. Ira Bella 

9867. III. Adelaide 

9868. IV. A daughter 

6066. Augustus Harlow Case, b. Maine, 
1822, m. 1 st Fanny Taft, 1845. 
He m. 2nd Sarah Chapin. 
Mr. Case settled in Canton, Ct. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Canton, Ct.: 
9S69. I. Frederick Augustus (Case). 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Canton, Ct.: 

9870. II. Lucheruy (Case). 

9871. III. A son 

6068. Curtis Hallock Moses, b. Marcellus, 

Mich., 1826, in. Anna Cook. 

Mr. Moses settled in Minnesota. 

Child : 

9872. I. Mortimer (Moses). 

6082. Roswell I. Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
23 Dec, 1807, 111. Clemence Banning, 31 May, 1832, by Rev. 
Allen Mckean. She was b. Hartlaud, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Simsbury, Ct., soon removing south. 
He died at New Orleans, Fa., during the Mexican War. 

Children : 

9873. I. Frederick C, m. and living in Boston in 1863. 
9S74. II. Ellen, 111. and living in Boston in 1863. 

60S:}. Clark k. Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 21 
April, 18 1 7, m. Pascalene Paul. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Muscatine, Iowa. 



9875 
9 8 7 6 
9877 
9878 
9879 



9880. 


I. 


Charlotte 


9881. 


II. 


Emma P 


98S2. 


III. 


Nyinpha 


9883. 


IV. 


Welles 


9884. 


V. 


Austin 


9885. 


VI. 


Frank B 



Eighth Generation. 953 

Children, b. Muscatine, Iowa: 

I. Lorenzo A. Res. Carbondale, 111. 

II. Almanza O. Res. Cairo, 111. 

III. Charles F. Res. Cairo, 111. 

IV. Joseph Paul. Res. Sheffield, Ala. 
V. Nancy Clay. 

9879a. VI. Flora, d. in childhood. 

6091, Charlotte; Letitia Phelps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 13 May, 1S24, m. 25 Oct., 1841, George . W. Wright, 
b. Sunsbury, Ct., 10 Oct., 1815, where he settled. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

I. Charlotte B. (Wright), b. 10 Nov., 1845. 

b. S June, 1848. 
b. 26 July, 1850. 
b. 26 July, 1S53. 
b. 13 July, 1856. 
b. 2 August, 1858. 

6098. Melinda Phelps, b. Simsbury, C, 14 

August, 1S15, m. David Holmes, 28 May, 1842. Settled in 
Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9886. I. Delilah (Holmes), m. John Burns, of Suffield. 

vSettled in Windsor, Ct. 

9887. II. Mary Elizabeth (Holmes). 

9888. III. Nancy (Holmes), m. John J Jones. 

6099. Asenath Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 14 
April, 1817, m. John Forsythe, 23 June, 1844. Shed. 1850. 
(Mr. Forsythe m. 2nd Amanda Phelps. See 6102.) 

Mr. Forsythe settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9889. I, Henry (Forsythe), b. 30 Nov., 1845. 

6102. Amanda Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., April 
27, 1846, m. Oct., 1852, John Forsythe, whom. 1st Asenath 
Phelps. See 6099. Res. Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 



£5V Eighth Generation. 

9890. I. Elizabeth (Forsythe), b. 14 May, 1853. 

9891. II. Nancy Jane b. 7 June, 1855. 

9892. III. Robert Lyman " b. 2 Jan., 1858. 

9893. IV. Mary Isabella " b. 14 Sept., 1859. 

6105. Charles Mills Terry, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 23 Oct., 1 819, in. Lucy Jane Weston, March, 1851. 

Children: 

9894. I. Charles (Terry), b. about 1853. 

9895. II. Frank " ni. about 1880, Minnie Perkins. 

9896. III. William. " 

9897. IV. Jane " b. about 1863. 

6107. Elizabeth Terry, b. Simsbury, Ct., 1 

March, 1824, m. - - Murphy. Settled in Simsbury, Ct. He 

died without issue. She m. 2nd William Collins. Settled in 
Simsbury, Ct. 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Simsbury', Ct.: 

9898. I. Phelps (Collins), b. 1855. 

9899. II. William " b. 1857. 

9900. III. Elizabeth " b. 1859. 

9901. IV. Geo. Terry " b. 1S61. 

6110 Jane Ann Terry, b. Simsbury, Ct., 13 
Dec, 1 83 1, m. Timothy O. Martin. 

Children : 

9902. I. Marietta (Martin). 



9903 
9904 

9905 

'iw I'- 



ll. Mary Jane 

III. Maria Mahala " 

IV. William 
V. 



(ill.'}. Norman Alexander Phelps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 14 Feb., 1834, m. 8 Oct., 1861, Frances Collier. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Binghamton, N. Y. 

Children, b. Binghamton, N. Y. : 

+ 9907. I. Elizabeth Sweet, b. 10 Jan., 1862, m. William 

N. Slattery. 
+ 9908. II. Emma Mather, b. 1 Oct., 1864, m. Hiram M. 

Rogers. 



Eighth Generation . 955 

+ 9909. III. Frances Collier, b. 9 Oct., 1866, m. John 
Clawson. 

6117. Sarah Amelia Phelps, b. Simsbury, 

Ct., 12 Sept., 1842, m. 26 Aug., 1863. David Ireland, b. 13 
May, 1833, d. 10 Sept., 1864. She m. 2nd Solon D. Hunger- 
ford, and 3rd W. H. H. Gere. Probably no issue. 

6120. Mary Phelps, b. probably in Simsbury, 
Ct., 22 Sept., 1824, m. 12 Oct., 1846, Claudius Buchaua Pratt, 
b. 23 April 1822. 

Mr. Pratt settled in Scranton, Pa. 

Children, b. Scranton, Pa.: 

+ 9910. I. Mary Comstock (Pratt), b. 8 Dec, 1849, m. 

Samuel H. Stevens. 
+ 9911. II. Louisa Brooks (Pratt), b. 23 Nov., 1851, m. 

William B. Hen wood. 
9912. III. Vernon Phelps (Pratt), b. 8 Feb., 1859, d. 27 

June 1859. 
+ 9913. IV. Leonora (Pratt), b. 13 May, 1861, m. James 

Iy. Connell. 
+ 9914. V, Claudius Beverly (Pratt), b, 30 Jan., 1864,111. 

Helen G. Wagner. 

6122. Draper DeGrand Phelps, b, probably 
Simsbury, Ct., 9 Jan., 1X29, m. Mary Hendrick, 14 August, 

1855- 

Mr. Phelps settled in Titusville, Pa. An oil producer. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9915. I. Mary Allen, b. 14 April, 1858. 

9916. II. Horace Grisw T old, b. 24 Dec, i860. 

9917. III. Fleda Elma, b. 15 April, 1862, d, 26 Nov., 

1 864. 

6123. Martha Phelps, b. probably in Sims- 
bury, Ct., 3 April, 1S34, m. 6 Dec, 1859, Alonzo David Ter- 
williger, b. 3 July, 1S30. 

Settled in Corning, N. Y. 

Child : 

9918. I. Harvey (Terwilliger), b. 23 May, 1865. 



<?j;6 Eighth Generation. 

6125. John Case Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
20 April, 1825, m. 20 Sept., 1854, Martha Wheeler Bennett. 
She was daughter of Zebia and Hannah (Slocum) Bennett, 
and was b. Wilkesbarre, Pa., 2 August, 1833. 

Air. Phelps moved to Dundaff, Pa., with his father. He 
went to New York as a boy, first as a clerk, later as principal, 
and was in business there till 1852. Then he moved to 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., where he engaged in banking and purchas- 
ing anthracite coal lands, and was largely interested in the 
development of the anthracite coal district. He died 14 July, 
1892. 

Children, b. Wilkesbarre, Pa.: 

9919. I. Anna Bennett, b. 1 Jan., 1856. 

+ 9920. II. William George, b. 7 Aug., 1S57, m. Caroline 

I. Shoemaker. 

+ 9921. III. Francis Alexander, b. 4 May, 1859, m. Mar- 
garet D. Drown. 

+ 9922. IV. Grace Lee, b. 31 March, 1863, m. Henry 

Piatt. 

+ 9923. V. Ziba Bennett, b. 7 Dec, 1870, m. Elizabeth 

D. Drown. 

6126. Emily Samantha Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 11 Sept., 1823, m. 1 Nov., 1849, George Partridge Field, 
b. 1 Dec, 1824. Mrs. Field d. July 6, 1898. 

vSettled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct,: 

9924. I. George Lyman (Field), b. 31 Aug., 1850. 

9925. II. Charles Phelps " b. 1 Sept., 1852, d. 26 

March, 1885. 

9926. III. Edward Bardwell " b. 24 April, 1862. 

6127. Sarah Amelia Phelps, b Simsbury, 
Ct., 20 March, 1826, m. 28 June, 1S49, Algernon Mordington 
McKinney, b. 14 July, 1822. 

Children: 

9927. I. Allen Phelps (McKinney), b. 9 July, 1851, d. 

3 Aug., 1852. 

9928. II. Chas. Algernon " b. 10 April, 1855. 




Hon. WILLIAM WALTER PHELPS. 



Eighth Generation. 957 

9929. III. Ella Sears (McKinney), b. 13 June, 1857. 

9930. IV. Algernon Foster " b. 13 Aug.. 1859, 

d. same day. 

9931. V. Sarah Harriet " b. 2 May, 1864, d. 

13 July, 1S64. 

0130. Ella Ada Phelps, b. New York City, 
March 28, 183S, m. Rev. David Stuart Dodge, D. D., 20 June, 
i860. He was son of William E. and Melissa (Phelps) Dodge, 
and was b. New York City, 22 Sept., 1836. Resides in Sims- 
bury, Ct., and 225 Madison avenue, New York. (For William 
E. Dodge see George Phelps's descendants.) 

Children, b. New York City : 

9932. I. Ellen Ada Phelps (Dodge), b. 28 Feb., 1862, 

m. Anson Greene Phelps Dodge, Jr., 5 June, 
1880, in London, Eng. 

9933. II. Walter Phelps (Dodge), b. 13 June, 1869, m. 

Ida Rose Lena Cooke, 21 July, iSSS, in Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 

9934. III. Francis (Dodge), b. 20 Sept., 1871. 

9935. IV. Guy " b. 21 Feb., 1873. 

9936. V. Clarence b. 26 July, 1877. 

6131. Hon. Wm. Walter Phelps, b. New 
York City, 24 Aug., 1839, m. 26 Jan., i860, Ellen Sheffield, 
daughter of Joseph E. Sheffield, founder of the Sheffield Scien- 
tific School of Yale University. She was b. New York City, 
4 Aug., 1838. 

Mr. Phelps was a graduate of Yale College in the class of 
i860. He was married on the day of his graduation. He 
graduated from the Columbia College Law School in 1863, 
and before his 25th year had gained a large practice, and had 
become counsel for several large corporations, some of which 
he became largely interested in at a later period. The death 
of his father in 18^9 compelled him to relinquish general prac- 
tice, and he soon after removed to Hackeusack, N. J., where 
he went into politics and was elected, in 1872, to the 43rd 
Congress by an overwhelming majority. His position on the 
salary grab, the banking bill and the franking privilege es- 
tablished his reputation as a speaker of sound judgment and 



P58 Eighth Generatio?i . 

political worth, though it resulted in alienating many of his 
political friends. In the discussion of the civil rights bill Mr. 
Phelps found his courage sorely tried, denouncing the meas- 
ure as improper and unconstitutional, and maintaining that it 
would never be enforced, and the result showed that he was 
right, for it remained a dead letter for fifteen years, and the 
Supreme Court took the ground he had taken at first. 

His services on the special congressional committee appoint- 
ed to inquire into the White League, the Kuklux and other 
societies, gained him high honors and the city of New Orleans 
tendered him a public dinner in recognition of their value. 

He was offered the position of assistant secretary of the 
treasury by President Grant, but declined it. 

In 1SS1 he was appointed by President Garfield as minister 
to Austria, where he was highly commended for his diplomatic 
abilities. 

On President Arthur's succession he resigned this office, 
and two years later was elected a second term to congress, and 
served several times, until he declined further re-election. At 
this time he acted as one of the regents of the Smithsonian In- 
stitution. In 1889 he was appointed by President Harrison a 
member of the Samoan commission, and by his masterly man- 
agement of the treaty negotiations with the English and Ger- 
man commissioners won high honors. On his return to 
Washington the president personally handed him the appoint- 
ment as minister to Berlin, where he added to his reputation 
a^ a diplomat of the first rank. 

His old homestead in Simsbury now belongs to the Rev. 
Mr. Dodge who married his only sister. 

His own estate in New Jersey is known as Teaueck and in- 
cludes over a thousand acres, lying between the Hackensack 
and Hudson rivers. A fire destroyed the house with many 
valuable pictures and papers in 1888, and a new one has been 
built. 

Mr. Phelps was for a long time one of the trustees of Yale 
College. While in Germany he caused to be erected a monu- 
ment to tlie memory of John Phelps, one of the clerks of the 
court that tried Charles I, and who, with other regicides, took 
refuge in Yevey, Switzerland. Reference has been made to 
this in the early pages of this work. 



Eighth Generation . pjp 

Children, b. New York City : 

+ 9937. I. John Jay, b. 27 Sept., 1861, m. Rose Hutch- 

inson. 
+ 9938. II. Sheffield, b. 24 Jul}-, 1854, m. Claudia Lea. 

9939. III. Marion, b. 10 Aug., 186S, m. Dr. Franz von 

Rottenburg, of Borne, Germany. 

(>1)>(>. Sarah Caroline Phelps, b, Simsbury, 
Ct., 1S24, m. 1850, Isaac Whiting Ensign, b. 8 May, 1820. 
She d. 25 May, 1859. 

Children : 

9940. I. Sarah (Ensign), b. 1831. 

9941. II. Amelia b. 185-. 

9942. III. Sarah " b. 1854. 
9643. IV. Charles " b. 1856. 

6139. Oliver Roswkll Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 1829, m. Eugenia Lanier, 1855. 
Mr. Phelps died 20 July, 1862. 

Children : 

9944. I. Robert Lanier. 

9945. II. Oliver Cromwell. 

6141. Abigail Georgia Phelps, b. Monroe 
Co., Georgia, (from this the name Georgia), 17 May, 1S40, 
m. Frederick Ellsworth, 31 Oct., i860, at East Windsor, Ct. 
He was son of Abner M. and Lucy Westmore (Stoughton) 
Ellsworth, and was b. East Windsor, Ct., 25 Jan., 1833. His 
wife d. in Forsyth, Ga., 16 March, 1866. (He m. 2nd Eliza- 
beth Tuller, 6 March, 1867, and had two children.) 

Mr. Ellsworth resided in Simsbury, Ct., for a time in 
Georgia, and now residing at Hartford, Ct. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9946. I. Susan Georgia (Ellsworth), b. 27 June, 1864. 

6143. Ariel Job Case, b. Simsbury, Ct., 2 
Jan., 1S31, m. Mary Elizabeth Thompson, 30 Aug., 1854. 
Mr. Case probably settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

9947. I. Eliza Thompson (Case), b. 26 May, 1855, 



p6o Eighth ( ietieratio)i. 

9948. II. Mary Abigail (Case), b. 6 Jan., 1857. 

9949. III. Charles Farnham " b. 22 May, 1S58. 

9950. IV. Julia Amanda " b. 28 April, i860. 

9951. V. Oliver Cromwell b. 11 Sept., 1862. 

6144. Alonzo Gkovk Cask, b. Simsburv, Ct.. 
7 Jan., 1834, m. Julia Palmer Chaffee, 19 Oct., 18S9. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Simsbury. 

Children, b. Simsburv, Ct.: 

9952. I. Lillie Irene (Case), b. 10 Aug., i860. 

9953. II. Alonzo Chaffee " b. 1 April, 1862, d. 6 Aug., 

1864. 

6149. Georgia Catharine Fuller, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 6 Jan., 1836, m. Charles Raymond, b. 25 Nov., 1830. 

Children: 

9954. I. Charles Webster (Raymond), b. 29 Nov., i860. 
0955. II. Fanny Fuller •' b. 17 Aug., 1862. 

6153. Edson Sexton, b. 3 Sept., 1800, m. 2 
P'eb., 1824, Caroline Carter, who d. 14 May, 1840. 

Children : 

9956. I. Edward Henry (Sexton), b. 30 Oct., 1825, m. 

Amelia Dresser, 4 Sept., i860. 

9957. II. Egbert William (Sexton), b. 13 Jan., 1829. m. 

Charlotte Bassett, 17 March, 1856. 

9958. III. Charlotte Iilizabeth (Sexton), b. 27 Oct. ,1834, 

d. 16 Feb., 1836. 

9959. IV. Edward Carter (Sexton), b. 27 Oct., 1S42, m. 

Paulina L. Van Deusen, 9 Nov., 1864. 

9960. V. Charlotte Elizabeth (Sexton), b. 27 Oct., 1836., 

m. Charles M. Kniffen, 19 Dec, 1859. 

9961. VI. Chark-s Edson (Sexton), b. 13 May, 1839, d. 

20 Feb., 1840. 

6154. Eunice Sexton, b, 27 March, 1802, m. 
Richard P. Morgan. 

Children: 

9962. I. Sarah (Morgan) 

9963. II. Lydia 



Eigli th Generation. 96 1 



9964 



9965 
9966 

9967 

9968 



III. John (Morgan). 



IV. Mary 
V. Edmund " 

VI. Richard 
VII. George C. " 

9969. VIII. Anna 

6155. Marvin Sexton, b. Windsor, Ct., 23 
April, 1804, 111. Lucy Ann Sedgwick. By her he had no issue. 
He m. 2nd 20 June, 1839, Abigail Holcomb, b. 20 Oct., 1808, 
d. 20 Jan., 1S46. 

He m. 3rd 29 May, 1849, Harriet Bradley, b. 17 May, 1815. 

Child : 

9970. I. Abigail (Sexton), b. 20 Jan., 1S46. 

6156 Henry Griswold Sexton, b. Windsor, 
Ct,, 19 July, 1807, 111. Clarissa Barber. 

Children : 

9971. I. Henry Davis (Sexton), 111. Harriet Eliza Bar- 

ber, 1861. 

9972. II. Clara (Sexton), 

9973. III. Edward Griswold " 

0157. Charlotte Elizabeth Sexton, d. 
Windsor, Ct., 3 July, 1809, 111. Rev. Davis Stocking, 15 April,. 
1834. He d. 11 Dec, 1858. 

Children : 

9974. I. Sidney Davis (Stocking), b. 14 March, 1S35,. 

111. Hannah Melville. 
+ 9975. II. Charles Henry (Stocking), b. Norwalk, Ct., 

13 April, 1837, m. Elizabeth E. King. 
+ 9976. III. William Alonzo (Stocking), b. 2 March, 1840, 

m. Lorinda Delaney. 

9977. IV. Wilbur Fish (Stocking), b. 12 Jan., 1842, 

0158. Sidney Smith Sexton, b. Windsor, Ct., 
2 June, 181 2, m. 12 Sept., 1S39, Mar}- Fuller, b. 18 19, d. 21 
May, 1842. He m. 2nd Rebecca Wickwire 

Child by 1st wife: 

9978. I. Alonzo (Sexton). 
(H-9) 



g62 Eighth Generation. 

6160. Edward Hayden, b. 5 July, 1811, m. 
Louisa Denslow. 

Child : 
9979. I. George (Hayden), b. Aug., 1838. 

6161. Nathamkl Lymax Haydex, b. 15 May, 
1S13, m. Mary Ann Ellsworth, Oct., 1832. 

Children : 

998(1. I. Elizabeth Ellsworth (Hayden), b. 11 Oct., 

9981. II. Mary Griswold " b. 19 June, 

1848. 

616*2. George Phelps Hayden, b. 1 Nov., 
1815, in. Frances Loomis. 

Children : 

9982. I. James Eoomis (Hayden), b. 3 Nov., 1843, 
99S3. II. Francis " b. 12 Jan., 1845. 
9984. III. Kate Griswold b. 14 Sept., 1850. 

6164. Samuel Barber Hayden, b. 15 Feb., 

182 1, m. vSarah Halsey. 

Child: 

9983. I. Lucretia (Hayden), b. 12 July, 1850. 

6167. Henry Anson Hayden, b. Milwaukee, 
Wis., 7 March, 1816, m. Virginia J, Dodge, 14 Oct., 1848. 

Children : 

9986. I. Virginia Josephine (Hayden), b. 12 Sept.. 

1850. 

9987. II. Henry Dodge (Hayden), b. 23 May, 1833. 

6168. Mortimer M. Hayden, b. Milwaukee, 
Wis., 14 Jan., 1818, in. Maria Eawton, 20 May, 1846. 

Children : 

9988. I. Stella (Hayden). 
9 59. II. C. Bennett 

9990. III. Frances Jen ;tte 

6'2(>'$. Amanda Sophia Molton, b. about 

1822. 111. James Burney. 



Eighth Generation. 963 

Children : 

9991. I. James G. (Barney). 

9992. II. Sophia 

9993. III. Alice 

9994. IV. Arthur 

6205. William Hull Bassktt, b. Derby, Ct., 

21 Oct., 1827, m. Mary Elizabeth Stratton. b. Bridgeport. Ct. 

Children : 

9995. I. Elizabeth Florence (Bassett), b. 15 Sept., 

[854. 
99Q6. II. William Edward (Bassett), b. 8 Feb., 1858, 

d. 1 Sept., 1858. 

9997. III. Augustus Sheldon (Bassett), b. 18 Sept., 

1862. 

6206. Royal Molton Bassett, b. Derby, Ct., 

22 Oct., 1828, m. Frances Jane Stratton, b. West Haven, Ct. 

Children : 

9998. I. Lucy Leuora (Bassett), b. 25 Feb., i860. 

9999. II. Royal Edward b. 9 Jan., 1862, d. 10 

Jan., 1864. 

6208. Ellen Sophia Bassett, b. Derby, Ct. 
24 Jan., [832, m. George X. Norton, b. Birmingham, Ct., 
where he settled. 

Child, b. Birmingham, Ct.: 

10000. I. Edward Sheldon (Norton), b. 8 Sept., 1850, 

(i'2(H). Lavixia Hull Bassett, b. Derby, Ct., 
April 17, 1834, m. Thomas Bullock DeForest, 

Children, b. Birmingham, Ct.: 

10001. I. Henry Sheldon (DeForest), b. 21 Aug., 1856. 

10002. II. Thomas Hubbard b. 30 Jan., 1861. 

6210. Lucy Phelps Bassett, b. Derby, Ct. 
10 May, [837, m. Charles Frederick Colt, b. Birmingham, Ct., 
where he settled. 

Children, b. Birmingham, Ct.: 

10003. 1- Frederick Anson (Colt), b, 30 April, 1858. 

10004. II- William Edward 1». 9 June, i860. 



,j(,_f Eighth Generation. 

6211. Theodore Sheldon Bassett, b. Der- 
by, Ct. 26 April 1839, m. Caroline Fouisa Wells, b. New- 
York City. 

Mr. Bassett settled in New York City. 

Child, b. New York City : 

10005. I. Caroline Bryant (Bassett). b. 8 Oct.. 1864. 

6219. Noah Amherst Jewett, b. Granby, 
Ct., 17 Nov., 1 8 16, m. Roxana Bassett Street, b. Springfield, 
Mass., 6 April, 1S20, d. there 22 Nov., 1844. 

Mr. Jewett settled in Springfield, Mass., where he d. 1849. 

Child, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

10006. I. Charlotte Roxana (Jewett), b. 1844. 

6220. Frederick Stiles Jewett, b. Granby, 
Ct., 26 Feb., 1819, m. Fanny Cook. She died in the West 
Indies. He m. 2nd Sarah Jane Steele, in the West Indies, 23 
Jan., 1849. She was born in the West Indies, 27 March, 1830, 
where she died. He m. 3rd . 

Mr. Jewett settled at Antigua, West Indies, where he d. 26 
Dec, 1S64. He was an artist. No issue. 

6221. George Dwight Jewett, b. Granby, 
Ct,, 1 May, 1S22. m. 2 Nov., 1848, Delia Burr, b. Hartford, 
Ct., 29 Oct., 1822. 

Children : 

10007. I- George Burr (Jewett), b. 24 Aug., 1849. 

10008. II. Frederick Dwight " b. 16 March, 1861. 

6222. Henry Frank Jewett, b. Granby, Ct,, 
23 Feb., 1826, m. Roxana Gillett, b. 1835, d. 15 May, 1864^ 

Children, b. Ohio : 

10009. I- Franklin S. (Jewett), b. 5 April, 1859. 

10010. II. Charlotte Wilson " b. 1 Nov., 1861. 

10011. III. Delia Jane " b. 15 Dec, 1863. 

6228. Mary Fouisa Phelps, b. Hartford, Ct., 
8 Sept., 1820, m. Joseph Arnold, b. Middletown, Ct., where 
he settled and died, and where his wife d. 1850. They had 
three children. 




JEFFERY (). PHELPS. 



Eighth Generation. 965 

6224. Ellen Henrietta Phelps, b. Hartford, 
Ct., 1 Feb., 1823, m, Henry Van Yalkenburgh. Settled in 
Albany, N. Y., where his wife d. 1850. Had one daughter. 

622*). Ebenezer Barnard Phelps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., Aug. 21, 1817, d. Nov. 6, 1S63, m. May 14, 1863, 
Catharine Amelia Humphrey, b. March 15, 183 1, daughter of 
Col. Austin N. and Amelia (Higley) Humphrey. (She m. 
1st Henry McClaughry, and had two children by him.) 
Mr. Phelps settled in Simsbury, Ct. No issue. 

6230. Jepkeky Orson Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., Aug. 3, 1820, d. Aug. 6, 1S99, m. Oct. 24, 1852, Jane 
Humphrey, b. Canton, Ct., Feb. 16, 1826, d. April 30, 1874, 
daughter of Col. Austin N. and Amelia (Higley) Humphrey. 

He m. 2nd Aug. 3, 1879, Eleanor A. Crandall, of North 
Scriba, N. Y., daughter of Truman R. and Eliza (Ross) Cran- 
dall. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and capitalist. He was a repre- 
sentative in 1856, and state senator in 1867, and was town 
clerk in 1856. He was one of the promoters of the Conn. 
Western R. R., and one of its directors, and was a director in 
the National Exchange Bank, of Hartford, Ct. He was a 
staunch democrat in politics, and a member of the Methodist 
Church, and was always prominent in town, county and state 
affairs, and much esteemed and respected by all. 

Note. — He settled in the old homestead in Simsbury. This 
old laud-mark was built by Capt. Elisha Phelps, brother of 
Gen. Noah Phelps, previous to the Revolution. This passed 
into the hands of Col. Noah Amherst Phelps, late in the last 
century, and remains in the hands of his descendants. This 
old house must now be about 130 years old. An interesting 
poem was composed and read by Mrs, Jeffery O. Phelps at a 
social gathering, 22 Feb., 1882. 

+ 10012. I. Harriette Humphrey, b. Aug. 14, 1856, m. 

Aaron L,. Eno. 
+ 10013. II. Jeffery Orson, b. Aug. 30, 1858, m. Bertha 

J. Adams. 
+ 10014. III. Charlotte Wilcox, b. Dec. 27, i860, m. 

James K. Crofut. 



g66 Eighth Generation . 

+ 10015. IV. Mary Jane, b. Nov. 13, 1S65, m. Joseph R. 

Ensign. 

6231. Mary Pauline Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct. [5 Oct., 1822, 111. 11 Sept., 1851, Nathaniel Benjamin 
Stevens, b. Huntingdon, Peiin., 29 Nov., 1831, son of Benja- 
min Rice and Margaret (Moore) Stevens. 

Res. Norfolk, Hartford andWinsted, Ct. 

In the latter place he was postmaster. He has been a rep- 
resentative in the legislature several times, and has been 
prominent in local affairs, and is well known in his county 
and state. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

iooid. I. Pauline Barnard (Stevens), b. Sept. 14, 1855, 

m. April 22, 1890, Jabez H. Alvord.b. Win- 
sted, Ct. July 15, 1852, son of Charles and 
Melissa (Watson) Alvord. Mr. Alvord is 
in business in Winsted, Ct. 

1 00 1 7. II. Margaret Moore (Stevens), b. Oct. 13, 1857, 

d. May 17, 1878. 

6232. Charlotte Wilcox Phelps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., April 17, 1825, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1858, 
m. Nov. 2S, 1844, Dudley Pettibone Ely. b. Simsbury, Ct., 
Nov. 16, 1817, d. South Norwalk, Ct., July 9, 1895, son of 
Benjamin and Polly (Pettibone) Ely. Both were buried in 
Simsbury, Ct. Res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children, b. Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

+ 1001S. I. Harriette Pauline (Ely), b. 28 Sept., 1845, 

111. Jonathan E, Wheeler. She d. 2nd May, 

1868. 
10019. II. Charlotte Elizabeth (Ely), b. 26 Feb., 1847, 

d. South Norwalk, Ct., Feb. 24, 1883, 

buried at Salisbury, Ct. 
+ 10020. III. Mary Rosetta (Ely), b. 27 Jan., 1849, 111. 

George Millard. 
+ 10021, 1Y. Augusta Ayers (Ely), b. 12 April, 1851, m. 

Russell Frost. 
+ 10022. V. Dudliue Pettibone (Ely), b. 31 Oct., 1855. m. 

Charles T. Ravmond. 



Eighth Generation . 



967 



6233. Charlotte Henrietta Pettibone, b. 
Simsbury, Ct., 23 July, 1824, m. Rev. Horace Winslow, 8 May, 
1850. He was b. Enfield, Mass. The Rev. Mr. Winslow 
graduated at Hamilton College, studied theology, and has been 
settled in Rockville and New Britain, Ct., and Great Barring- 
ton, Mass., was a chaplain in the army in 1863, was last set- 
tled at Binghamton, N. Y. He has had built a new church in 
every place where he has been settled. 

Children: 

10023. I. Fanny Henrietta (Winslow l, 1). Rockville, 

Ct., 25 Oct., 1851. 

10024. H. Lillian Isabelle (Winslow), b. Xew Britain, 

Ct., 25 July, 1854. 
10023. III. Mary Rosetta (Winslow), b. Great Barring- 
ton, Mass.. 14 Oct., i860. 

6-3-k Emma Maria Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
27 Feb., 1828, 111. 27 Nov., 1851, Rollin S. Hawley, b. Can- 
ton, Ct., where he settled. 

Children, b. Canton, Ct.: 

I. Frank (Hawley), b. June, 1850. 
II. Isabelle " b. June, 1852. 

6238. Hpxtor Fayette Phelps, b. Simsbury, 

Ct., 3 June, 1S34, m. 18 March, 1862, Octavia Howlaud, b, 
12 July, I842. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Simsbury, Ct., where he d. 20 April, 
1890. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

I. George, b. 3 Nov., 1864. 
II. A daughter, b. 3 Nov., 1865. 

III. A daughter, b. 23 Sept., 187c, 

IV. A son, b. 23 Nov., 1876. 
V. A daughter, b. 30 June, 1880. 



10026. 
10027. 



10028 
10029 
10030 



10032 

&2-Yi). John Wesley Phklps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct. 22 April, 1836, m. Mary E. Buckley, at Simsbury, Ct., iS 
April, 1876. She was daughter of Dennis and Mary (Lynch) 
Buckley, and was b. New Milford, Ct., 4 March, 1^44, now 
living in Simsbury, Ct. 



<?68 Eighth Generation . 

Mr. Phelps settled in that part of Simsbury called Weatogue. 
Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

10033. I. Nathaniel S., b. 31 March, 1877. 

10034. II. Margaret Stevens, b. 28 May, 1879. 

6*25+. Mary Ayrks Phelps, b. New York 
City, Feb. 12, 1S41, 111. Horace Wolcott Robbins. 

Children : 
10034a. I. Genevieve Phelps (Robbins). 

10034b. II. George Phelps 
10034c. III. Mary " 

ioo34d. IV. Wolcott Phelps 
10034c VII. Harriet Augusta 

6260. Charles C. Bacon, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
14 Feb., 1824, m. Anna Putnam, 20 Oct., 1852. 

Children : 

10035. I. Richard (Bacon), b. 2 May, 1854. 

10036. II. Charles Putnam (Bacon), b. 9 August, 1857. 

6261. Maria Bacox, b. Simsbury, Ct., 14 
Dec, 1S25, m. 27 Oct., 1858, Chauncey E. Eno, b. 27 Dec, 
1815. 

Children : 

10037. I- Richard Bacon (Eno), b. 4 April, i860. 

10038. II. Child 

6273. Col. John Elisha Phelps, b. Spring- 
field, Mo., 6 April, 1839, m. Margaret J. White, 21 July, 
1864.. She was daughter of William and Margaret (Ferry) 
White, and was b. Trimble, Tenn., 14 Feb., 1846. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Sprinfield, Mo. He is largely inter- 
ested in mining. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mo.: 

10039. I- Edith Allen, b. 10 Feb.. 1866. 

10040. II. Lucy, b. 15 Oct., 1868. 

1004 1. III. John Smith, b. 8 Dec, 1S73. 

6276. Mary Axx Phelps, b. Springfield, Mo., 
4 July, 1846, m. Hon. James B. Montgomery, at Springfield, 
Mo., 23 Oct., 1866. He was son of William and Eliza 



Eighth Generation. 



969 



(Moorehead) Montgomery, and was b. at Montgomery Ferry, 
Pa. Mr. Montgomery was a ship owner and manufacturer, 
and resided at various times in Philadelphia, Pa., Olympia, 
Washington Territory, Jefferson City, Mo., and Portland, 



Oregon. 
















Children : 






T0042 


I. 


Mary (Montgomery 


), b. 


Philadelphia, Penn. 


10043 


II. 


Antoinette 




b. 


Olympia, W. T. 


10044 


III. 


Phelps 




b. 


Portland, Oregon. 


10045 


IV. 


Eliza " 




b. 


11 11 


10046 


V. 


Constance " 




b. 


(1 t ( 


10047 


VI. 


Russell 




b. 


Jefferson City, Mo. 


10048 


VII. 


Augustus 




b. 


Portland, Oregon. 


Note.- 


— Russel 


I, the 6th child, 


was 


born in the Executive 



Mansion, Jefferson City, Mo., while his grand-father Phelps, 
at that time was governor of the state. 

6303. Warren N. Scoville, b. Jan. 1, 1830, 
m. Jane Owen Noble, No. 6299, b. Aug. 22, 1832. Settled in 
Orangeburgh, S. C. 

Children : 

10049. E Emily Owen (Scoville). 

10050. II. Son " 

6320. Hon. William Cullen Case, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct. Feb, 17, 1836, m. Margaret Turnbull. 

Mr. Case is a prominent lawyer in Hartford, residing in 
Grauby, Ct. He has been speaker of the Connecticut House 
of Representatives. 

Child, b. Granby, Ct.: 

10051. I. William (Case), b, June, 1863. 

6325a. Sarah Goodwin Humphrey, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., March 20, 181 7, m. Aug. 21, I838, James Bestor 
Merritt, of Barkhamsted, Ct., b. Jan. 19, 1814, d. Spring Hill, 
Ala., Dec. 31, 1839. She m. 2nd Feb. 19, 1849. Rev. 
Joseph Toy, b. England, April, 1808, son of Robert and Ann 
(Davey) Toy. Mr. Toy was a Methodist minister, and a fuse 
manufacturer of Simsbury, Ct. (See Additions and Correc- 
tions for her parentage.) 



97 o Eighth Generation. 

Child by first husband : 
+ 10052. I. James Bestor (Merritt), b. Spring Hill, Ala. 

Jan i, 1840, 111. Catharine Connolly. 
Children by second husband : 
10053. II. William Williston (Toy), b. July 29, 1S50. 

154. III. George Bickford Davey (Toy), b. March 25, 
1852. Graduated Wesleyan University, 
Middletown, Ct., 1S73. 
10055. IV. Sarah Jeanette (Toy), b. Oct. 26, 1857, 

6387. Daniel R. Phelps, b. St. Joseph, Mich. 
Sept. 27, 1862, m. Dec. 28, 1882, Cora A. Smith, b. St, 
Joseph, Mich., Nov. 25, 1864, daughter of William M. and 
Mary H. (Ketcham) Smith. Mr. Phelps is a fruit grower at 
St. Joseph, Mich. 

Children, b. St. Joseph, Mich.: 

10059. I. Orel L., b. Oct. 1, 1883. 

10060. II. Alice L., b. May 29, 18 >g. 

6389, William Phelps, b. Palermo, N. Y. 
March 19, 1822, d. Sparta, Wis., Sept. 13, 1878, m. at Centre 
Square, Onondaga Co., N. Y., 1847, Helen P. Hayden, b. 
Palermo, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1829, dan, of Allen and Betsey 
(Gelson) Hayden. 

Mr. Phelps lives in Minneapolis, Minn. 

Children : 

10061. I. Sarah P., b. Syracuse, N. Y., March 17, 

1848, 111. Stone. 

10062. II. Charles P., b. Palermo, N. Y., March 11, 

185 i , m. . 

10063. HI- William P., b. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 10, 

1853. 

10064. IV. Arthur K., b. Klysian, Minn., July 17, 1858. 

10065. V- Amy A. , b. Klysian, Minn., July 17, [858. 

6396. Edward Phelps, b. Charlton, N. Y., 

about 1805, m. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Charlton, N. Y. 

Child, b. Charlton, N. Y. : 

+ 10066. I, Asa Edward, b. about 1825, m. 



Eighth Generation, gy i 

6397. Lydia Ann Phelps, b. Fenner, Madison 
Co., X. Y., Sept., 1812, m. Hon. Alvin S. Foster, Dec, 1829, 
He was son of Dea. Edward and Rebecca (Strong) Foster, 
and was b. 23 March, 1845, d. 1831. Mr. Foster was a 
farmer, first settling in Stockbridge, X. Y., where he had 
farms and where he resided from 18 10 to 1837, when he re- 
moved to Jefferson Co., Wis., and was one of the first settlers 
at Fort Atkinson. He was the first sheriff of Jefferson Co., 
Wis. He was also one of the first settlers of Maryville in 
that state, where he had a saw mill and flour mill. He 
resided there from 1847 to 1857, removing from there to Ap- 
pleton where he was a man of influence, holding the office of 
alderman and mayor of that city, 

His wife d. 1833. He m. 2nd Mary Angeline Phelps, No. 
6399, sister of liis first wife, b. Fenner, Madison Co., X. Y., 
18 Nov., 1817. Shed. 7 Oct., 1880. Pie d. at Fort Atkin- 
son, while on a visit there. 

Child of Pydia Ann, Xo. 6397 : 
+ 10067. I- Lydia Ann (Foster), b. Union, X. Y., 11 

July, 1831, m. Francis Hammond. 
Children of Mary Angeline, Xo. 6399: 
+- 10068. II. Edward G. (Foster), b. Milwaukee, Wis., 15 

Jan,, 1 s 3 7 . m, Ida Letes. 

10069. lib A daughter (Foster), b. Milwaukee, Wis., 

15 Jan., 1837, d. same day. 

10070. IY. Henry Alton (Foster), b. Jefferson, Mich., 

17 Jan., 1841. 

GiOl. James Charles Phelps, b. Peterboro, 
X. Y., 2 Feb., 182 1, m. Emily Rice, 24 Feb,, 1848. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Wisconsin, and at one time was a 
member of the legislature. He d. 26 Jan., 1865. Had five 
children. 

6402. Caroline H. Phelps, b. Peterboro, 
X. Y., 31 Jan., 1823, m. Harrison Hamblin. She m. 2nd 
Robert Tesler. Settled in Illinois. He d. June, 1S61. 
She had four children By 1st husband and four by 2nd, 

64-06. Samuel David Phelps, b. Peterboro, 
X. Y., 30 Xov,, 1832, 111. Jane F. Lockwood, 19 Xov., 1862. 



9J 2 Eighth Generation. 

She was daughter of Sheldon and Parthena (Clark) Lock- 
wood, and was b. Galesburg, 111., 27 Nov., 1S34, d. Lenox, 
Wayne Co., 111., 7 Feb., 1S83. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Galesburg, 111. 

Children, b. Lenox, 111.: 

10071. I. Gertrude Clark, b. 25 Jan., 1868. 

10072. II. Garret Kirk, b, 13 Feb., 1870. 

10073. HR Reese Lockwood, b. 25 March, 1871. 

6J-07. DkWitt Phelps, b. Addison, X. Y,, 6 
Jan., 1835, m. Amanda Lewis, 13 Feb., 1872. She was 
daughter of Eliphalet and Mary (Mills) Lewis, of Warren, 
111., and was b. Springfield, 111., 13 July, 1S38. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Tompkins, 111., and has an office in 
the Central R. R. building. 

Children, b. Tompkins, 111.: 

10074. R Kathleen Lewis, b. 10 Sept., 1S73. 

10075. IR Charles Dewitt, b. 7 Oct., 1S74. 

10076. III. Mary Porter, b. 5 July, 1875. 

10077. IV. Kenneth Graham, b. 14 August, 1S77. 

(>40S. Hon, Dki.os Porter Phelps, b. near 
Monmouth, 111.. Nov. 16, 1S37, m. April 13, 1870, Sarah 
Jeannette Tucker, b. Oct. 16, 1844, daughter of Rev. Anson 
and Caroline (Rogers) Tucker, of New York. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Monmouth College, Illinois, in 
1862, in the classical department, and was the valedictorian 
of his class. He had already begun the study of law, but for 
four years was threatened with loss of sight, and went to 
Idaho City, Idaho, and worked in the mines. While there he 
raised money and built the first school house in the territory, 
and taught school therein. He was admitted to the bar, there, 
but his license was burned with the city, and he returned to 
Illinois, where he was again admitted to the bar by the Su- 
preme Court of that state in 1866, and became at once a leader 
in his profession. Entering politics he was nominated in 
1868 as an elector, by the Democratic state convention. In 
1878 he received by acclamation the democratic nomination 
for Congress in the 10th congressional district of Illinois, 
making a most active and brilliant campaign, which caused 




/^4^^^^ 




Eighth Generation. P7J 

his name to be presented before the legislature in 1878-9, a 
candidate for U. S. senator. 

He practiced law at Monmouth, 111. for fourteen years, and 
then became vice-president, solicitor, and general manager of 
the Peoria and Farmington R. R. having full charge its con- 
struction and operation. He organized the Bridge Co. that 
bridged the Mississippi at Keithsburg, 111., was a director of 
the Iowa Central R. R. Co., until 1886, was president of the 
Peoria Terminal R. R. Co. until 1S93, and was vice-president 
of the Weir Plow Co. at Monmouth, 111. for six years. 

In 1891 he was made chairman of the Democratic State 
Central Committee, and largely through his efforts the State 
and National tickets were both elected for the first time in 
thirty-seven years in Illinois, resulting in giving the electoral 
vote to Grover Cleveland, and making Gen. Palmer U. S. 
Senator. 

In 1S94 Mr. Phelps removed to Chicago and began there 
the practice of law, and in the same year was appointed As- 
sistant Treasurer of the United States at Chicago, by President 
Cleveland, and held the office until 1S98. 

Mrs. Phelp's grandmother, Lydia Porter, was descended 
from John and Rose Porter, distinguished early settlers of 
Mass., and direct ancestors of both President Grant and Pres- 
ident Cleveland. 

Children, b. Monmouth, Ilk: 

10078. I. Sou, b. July 9, 187 1, d. in infancy. 

10079. Ik Eleanor Randolph, b. 30 July, 1873, m. 

Jacob C. Pratt, Acting Asst. Treas. U. S. 
Res. ka Grange, 111. 

10080. III. Claire Marguerite, b. 30 Dec, 1877. 

6409. Ralph Gurley Phelps, b. kenox, Ilk, 
26 June, 1S46, m, Alice Hardeuburgh, 20 Sept.. 1S71. She 
was daughter of Thomas Henry and Fanny Catharine Hard- 
euburgh, and was b. Ulsterville, N. Y., 23 Dec, 1845. Mr. 
Phelps graduated and studied law, and settled in Atlantic, 
Iowa. 

Children, b. Atlantic, Iowa : 

10081. I. Mary Ellen, b. 16 May, 1879, d. 5 July, 1880. 



gjj. Eighth Generation. 

10082. II. Porter I., b. 13 May, 1881. 

10083. III. Robert Graham, b. 21 Sept., 1889. 

04-1 1. George Phelps, b. Canajoharie, N. Y., 
Oct. 15, 1815, m. at Sharon, N. Y., 1832, Catharine Ecker- 
son, b. Sharon, N. Y., June 11, 1818, d. Sharon, Wis., April 
12, 1895, daughter of David and Lena (Fraud) Eckersou. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer in Sharon, Wis,, to which place he 
removed from Canajoharie, N. Y. 

Children, b. Canajoharie, N. Y., except the last : 

10084. I. Jonah, b. 1834, d. Sept. 21, 1864. 

10085. H- David, b. 1837. Probably res. Delavan, 

Wis. 

10086. IIP Charles, b. Sept. 8, 1839, d. April 7, 1850. 

10087. IV. J. M., b. 1844. 

10088. V. Wheeler, b. Sept. 26, 1847, d. April 15, 1850. 

10089. YI. Ann, b. Sharon, Wis., June 19, 1858, d. 

March 7, 1896. 

0421. Samuel Phelps, b. Pavilion, N. Y., 9 
Oct., 180S, m. Sophia Weller, 31 March, 1836. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Pavilion, N. Y. 

Children, b. Pavilion, X. Y. : 

+ 10090. I. Oliver W., b. 26 Feb., 1S41, m. Katie E. 

Knight. 

+ 10091. II. Edgar G., b. 18 Aug., 1845,111. Orinda May- 

hew. 

+ 10092. III. Myron A., b. 17 May, 1S47, m. Martha 

Sperry. 

+ 10093. IV. Mary, b. 19 March, 1851, 111. Harry Sperry. 

10094. V. Anna, b. 2 April, 1855, d. 6 June, 1870. 

10095. VI. A daughter, d. in infancy. 

6422. Thikza Phelps, b. Pavilion, X. Y., 18 
April, 1S10, in. 8 April, 1833, Enos Newman, b. Akron, X. 
Y. He first settled in Painsville, X. Y. Pater in life he re- 
moved to Akron, X. Y. 

Children, b. Painsville, X. Y. : 

10096. I. Laura (Newman), b. 12 Dec, 1834,111. Amos 

Ryan, 12 Sept., 1853, d. 7 Aug., 1877. 



Eighth Generation. 975 

10097. H- Milton P. (Newman), b. 30 Dec, 1836, m. 

Helen Newman, Nov., 1857. Settled in 
Jackson, Mich. 

10098. III. Martin S. (Newman), b. 6 Jan., 1838, d. 29 

Sept,. 1 86_| , num. 

10099. IV. Elizabeth A. (Newman), b. 25 Oct., 1841,111. 

Henry D. Newman, 21 Sept., 1864. Settled 
in Avon, N. Y. 
ioioo. V, Celia M. (Newman), b. 5 Feb., 1S4S, m. 

Frank L. Churchill, 13 March, 1867. 

10101. VI. Francis G. (Newman), b. 25 July, 1850, d. 19 

Jan., 1851. 

6424. George Phelps, b. Pavilion, N. Y., 16 
April, [817, m. Mary Bradley, his 2nd wife, 4 July, 1839. She 
d. 7 Sept., 1882. He had two children by 1st wife. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Pavilion, N. Y. He had four sons 
and two daughters. His 3rd wife, Mrs. Irene Phelps, lives in 
Decatur, Mich. 

(>4'25. Harvey Phelps, b Pavilion, N. Y., 1 
June, 1821, m. Mary Robbins, 17 Feb., 1844. He m. 2nd 

Harriet . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Pavilion, N. Y. He d. 7 Sept., 1882. 
He had seven children. His widow, Mrs. Harriet Phelps, 
lives in Ransomville, N. Y. 

(>4', ? (>. Gideon B. Phelps, b. Pavilion, N. Y., 
20 July. 1826, m. 7 May, 1851, Rachel Dodge, who d. Pavil- 
ion, N. Y. , 9 April, 1887. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Alden, N. Y. Pater in life he 
removed to Pavilion, N. Y. 

Children, b, Alden, N. Y. : 

10102. I. Ella M., b. 5 Aug., 1854, m. Denton N. 

Rogers, 8 August, 1879. 
+ 10103. II. Emma J., b. 16 Feb.. 1857, m. Frederick P. 

Hawks, 8 August, 1880. 
10104. III. George Clinton, b. 31 May, 1859, 111, Jennie 
F. Cook, 27 Nov., 1884. 

6-t*27. Austin Phelps, b. Pike, N. Y., 22 Feb., 
1S82, m. Louisa J. Watson, 8 July, 1840. She was daughter 



pj6 Eighth Generation. 

of Simeon and Olive (Stratton) Watson, and was b. 9 July, 
1825, d. 2 Nov., 1S60. He m. 2nd Rosina Olney, 6 June, 
1 86 1, at Arcadia, X. Y, She was b. 7 Feb., 1836. He died 
9 Jan., 1887. 

Says the Progressive Batavian, of 13 Jan., 18S7: "Mr. 
Austin Phelps died suddenly while attending a prayer meet- 
ing at Alexander, on Sunday evening. He had just finished 
speaking and was listening to the testimony of those present, 
when his head dropped back, and he died almost instantly." 

When about 18 years of age he removed with his parents 
Machias, X. Y. Five years after his marriage he removed 
back to Pike, and engaged in farming and live stock raising. 
In 1856 he sold his farm, and .removed to DeKalb, 111. He 
returned to Xew York State, settling in Eagle, Wyoming Co., 
X. Y. There he lived four years, then removed to Castle, 
X. Y. In 1870 he removed to Alexander, X. Y., soon pur- 
chasing a farm of 200 acres, which was his home at the time 
of his death. For 46 years Mr. Phelps was a strong Christian 
worker and first was connected with the Methodist Church, 
and later with the Free Will Baptist. 

Children by 1st wife : 

1 0105". I. Sarah M., b. Machias, X. Y., 15 July, 1842, 

d. 1 1 Jan., 1844. 
10106. II. Olive J., b, Machias, X. Y. 8 June, 1843, d. 

12 Feb., 1845. 
+ 10107. III. Marilla A., b. Machias, X. Y. 18 Dec, 1845.. 

m. Wilbur Olds. 
+ 10108. IV. Myron A., b. Pike, X. Y., 30 March, 1848, 

m. Dulcina L. Stetson. 
+ 10109. V. Flora F., b. Pike, X. Y., 30 Oct., 1850, 

in. Marcus X. Granger. 
10110. VI. Milford A., b. Pike, X. Y., 23 May, 1855, 
d. June 22, 1S59. 

Children by 2nd wife : 

+ ion 1. VII. William H,, b. Eagle, X. Y., 28 April, i852, 

in. Anna McFarland. 
+ 10112. VIII. Lydia L,, b. Eagle, X. Y., 6 April, 1X64, m. 

Capsius M. Munger. 



Eigh th Genera Hon . c, jj 

+ 10113, IX. George H., b. Castle, N. Y., 17 April, 1867, 

m. Adell Roberts. 
+ 10114. X. Delbert A., b. Alexander, X. Y., 22 May , 

1870, m. Lillian P. Leonard. 

10115. XL Laura A., b. x\lexander, X. Y., 6 Xov., 

1879, d. 26 Feb., 1880. 

6127, Louisa Phelps, b. Pike, X. Y. , 14 
Xov., 1833, m. Jacob L. Strong, at Yorkshire, X. Y., 25 
Dec., 1S53. He was son of Ezra B. and Eleanor Jane Strong, 
and was b. Warren Co., X. Y. , 20 March, 1826. 

Mr. Strong is a farmer. They reside in Elton, X. Y. 

Children, b. Elton, X. Y. : 

10116. I. Osea J. (Strong), b. 9 Oct., 1854. 

10117. II. William W. " b. 7 Feb., 1856. 

10118. III. H. Eugene " b. 9 Oct., 1857. 

10119. IV. Phebe Eleanor " b. 7 July, 1861, d. 6 

Dec, 1 86 1. 

10120. Y. Jacob L. (Strong), b. 1 Dec, 1862. 

10121. VI. Phelps G. " b. 28 July, 1866. 

10122. VII. Ezra B, " b. 14 Oct., 1870. 

10123. VIII. Mary L. " b. 28 May, 1874. 

6429 Lovisa Phelps, b. Pike, X. Y., 8 Feb., 
1828, m. H. W. Fox, at Machias, X. Y., 13 Feb., 1S48. He 
was son of Willis and Maria (Crane) Fox, and was b. Freedom, 
X. Y., 19 June, 1S27. He resides in Elton, X. Y. 

Children : 

10124. I. William II. (Fox), b. Yorkshire, X. Y., 11 

Oct., 1849. 

10125. II. Viola E. (Fox), b. Freedom, X. Y., 28 Sept., 

1866, 

10126. III. Susie E. (Fox), b. " " 18 Sept., 

1873, d. 25 Oct., 1889. 

6430. William A. Phelps, b. Pike, X. Y., 6 
April, 1825, m. Mary Jane Lippitt, at Summit, Pa., 13 Jan., 
1848. She was daughter of J. W. and Almira (Joslin) Lip- 
pitt, and was b. Machias, X. Y., 2 April, 1826. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer and stock-raiser, and resides at 
Rockton, 111. 

(11-10) 



'., Eighth Generation. 

Children, b. Rockton, 111., except first : 

10127. I. Byron W., b. Yorkshire, X. Y., 21 July, 

1849, 111. Emma McMekim, 22 March, 187 1. 

1012S. II. Mary P., 13 May, 1852, m. Frank P. Miller. 

10129. III. Ella P., 1». 11 May, 1854, d. 16 June, 186S. 

10130. IV. Willie H., b. 12 July, 1858, m. Cora D. 

Crandall, 26 Jan., 18S7. 

10131. V. Carrie C, b. 25 Dec, i860, 111. Adette 

Grimmer, 10 Sept., 1S86. 

10132. VI. Hattie E., b. 14 Sept., 1864, m. Alfred M. 

Wilson, 10 Dec, 1SS5. 

10133. VII. George H., b. 14 Oct., 1866, m. Nellie 

Ardern, 1 Sept., 1894. 

10134. VIII. Rose P., b. 13 July, 1869, m. George Pep- 

pers, 14 March, 1889. 

04-31. James Henry Phelps, b. Pike, X. Y., 
6 Jan., 1831, in. Clarissa E. Barnes, at Arcadia, X. Y. , 11 
June, 1851. She resided in Delevau, X. Y., in 1896. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, resided in Yorkshire, X. Y. , and 
Rockton, 111. He enlisted in the War of the Rebellion as a 
musician, 14 Jan., r862, and died at camp, near Annapolis, 
.Aid., 6 April, 1S64. 

Children : 

10135. I. John R., b. Yorkshire, X. Y., 24 May, 1852. 

10136. II. Charles F., b. Rockton, 111., 6 May, 1856. 

6±38. Cynthia Phelps, b. Austsrlitz, X. Y.. 
•9 Oct., 1805, m. — Warren, of Green River, X. Y., and 
2nd Rev. Timothy Woodbridge, D. D. He was son of John 
and Lucy (Edwards) Woodbridge; and was b. 1783. 

Rev. Mr. Woodbridge graduated at college, and lost his 
sight while preparing for the ministry but completed his 
studies, his sight being afterwards partially restored. After 
being settled in several places in New York State, he settled 
in Green River, Columbia Co., X. Y. , and from there he re- 
moved to Speucertown, X. Y. In 1882 he retired from the 
pastoral office, after which he preached occasionally, spending 
most of his time in writing and literary pursuits. Xo issue. 



Eighth Generation. 979 

6443. Harriet Rebecca Phelps, b. Auster- 
litz, N. Y., 4 Oct., 1817, m. Bushnell Morry, 24 Oct., 1839. 
He was b. Austerlitz, X. Y., where he settled. 

Children, b. Austerlitz, N. Y. : 
10137. I. Martha Jennette (Morry), b. iS May, 1S40. 

1013S. II. Henry Clay b. 3 June, 1842. 

10139. III. Harriet E. " b. 1 Aug., 1844. 

10140. IV. John " b. 14 Oct., 1849. 

04-44. Pkleg Orlando Phelps, b. Austerlitz 
X. Y., 1 Jan., 1821, m. Mary E. Harvey. She was grand- 
daughter of Asa Harvey and Sarah Phelps, Xo. 3212. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Austerlitz, N. Y. 

Children, b. Austerlitz, X. Y. : 

10141. I. Cynthia A., b. 10 March, 1S68. 
10142.. II. Eraucis L.. b. 28 March, 1870. 

10143. III. Almira L , b. 28 May, 1872. 

10144. IV. Theodore F., b. 17 Eeb., 1875. 

10145. Y. George H,, b. 14 July, 1878. 

C>44(>. Content Crandall, b. Ansterlitz, N. 
Y., 4 June, 1801, m. George W. Knapp, 15 March, 1837. He 
was b. 25 May, 1797. Settled in Yictory, X. Y., where his 
wife d. Aug., 1851. 

Children : 

10146. I, Harriet Elizabeth (Knapp), b. Yictory, X. 

Y., 19 Dec, 1S37, m. Elisha L. Walbridge, 

1 Nov., 1S55. She d. 25 March, 1865. 

Resided in Baraboo, Wis. Xo issue. 
+ 10147, II- Ruth Ann (Knapp), b. Sterling, X. Y., 10 

March. 1840, m. twice. 
+ 10148. III. George Simeon (Knapp), b. Sterling, X. Y., 

m. Letitia Landon. 

0447. David Phelps Crandall, b. Auster- 
litz, X. Y., 24 Nov., 1802, m. Catharine Bradt, 19 March, 
1829. She d. 30 Dec, 1831. Xo issue. He m. 2nd Priscilla 
East, 22 Jan., 1S3S, in Holmes Co., Miss. He d. at Baraboo, 
Wis., 7 April, 1877. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Montgomery, Miss.: 



pSo Eighth Generation . 

+ 10149. I. Robert Bruce (Crandall), b. 1 May, 1S39.n1. 

Alice Knight. 

10150. II. Mary (Crandall), b. 29 Aug., 1842, m. James 

Greely Train, 6 Sept., 1894. 

10151. III. Mary Elizabeth (Crandall), b. 6 Feb., 1853, 

d. 27 Nov., 1S55. 

6448. Eber Zelotes Crandall, b. 6 April, 
1804, m. JulietEuos, 23 Sept., 1829, Fleming, N. Y. She was 
b. 13 Aug., 1805, d. 3 April, 1842. He m. 2nd Rhoda Haven 
Randall, at St. Charles, 111., 28 Nov., 1842. She was b. Cam- 
bridge, N. Y., 2 Jan., 1824, d. Dubuque, Iowa, 3 Sept., 1859. 
Mr. Crandall resided at Oxford, N. Y., and Dubuque, Iowa, 
where he d. 8 Dec, 1865. 

Children by 1st wife, b, Oxford, N. Y. : 

10152. I. Robert Pembrook (Crandall), b. 26 March, 

1 83 1 , d . 30 Nov . , 183 1 . 
+ 10153. II. Maria Elizabeth (Crandall), b. 13 June, 1834, 

111. Ecroy Deios. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. St. Charles, 111.: 

10154. III. Juliet Ellen (Crandall), b. 18 Feb, 1S44, d. 

Chicago, 111., 10 June, 1864. 

10155. IY. Fidelia Imogen (Crandall), b. 25 Dec, 1845, 

d. Dubuque, 111., 17 April, 1864. 

644-9. Rebecca Crandall, b. Fire Hill, N. 
Y., or Greenwich, N. Y., 12 Ma)', 1806, m. Ira S. Angel at 
Sterling, N. Y., 1 Jan., 1839. He resided in Black Rock, N. 
Y., and Cedar Rapids and Iowa City, Iowa. 

Children : 

+ 10156. I. Mary B. (Angel), b. Black Rock, N. Y, 5 

March, 1841, m. Rev. 
John B. Peat. 

10157. II. Lura b. Eockport, N. Y., 29 

April, 1S42, d. 2 April, 
1843. 

10158. III. Eva b. Cedar Rapids. Iowa, 

21 August, 1844, d. 12 
Sept., 1862. 



Eighth Generation. pSi 

10159. IV. Eber b. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 

28 June, 1847, d. St. 
Paul, Minn. 

10 1 60. V, Ida b. Iowa City, Iowa, 20 

April, 1850, d. 4 Sept.,. 
1850. 

64-50. Ruth Ann Crandall, b. Fire Hill, or 
Spring Hollow, Washington Co., N. Y., 22 Feb., 1808, m. 
Bartholmew Jacob Van Yalkenburg, 15 Jan., 1830. Resided 
in Sempronius, N. Y. His wife d. Ottawa, 111., 19 Sept., 
1838. 

Children, b. Sempronius, N. Y. : 

+ 10161. I. Catharine Adelia (Van Valkenburg), b. 12 

Dec., 1830, m. Henry Wilkinson Southard. 

10162. II. Ruth Ann (Van Valkenburgh), b. 8 Dec, 

1832, m. Richard Lewis Warner, at Wis. 

Res. Eden Valley, Minn. 

+ 10163. III. Hnldah Jane (Van Yaulkenburg), b, 13 Feb., 

1834, m. Abraham John Goode. 

10164. IV. Martin Van Buren (Van Valkenburgh), b. 

Cinciunatus, N. Y., 12 April, 1835, d. 
Ottawa, 111., 12 Oct., 1837. 

6451. Robert Ltttlefieed Crandaee, b. 
Greenwich, X. Y. , 15 March, 1810, m, L-ydia Maria Euos, 29 
March, 1834, at Norwich, X, Y, He resided in Ciucinnatus 
and Painted Post, X. Y. 

Children : 

10165. I. David Edward (Crandall), b. Cinciunatus, 

X. Y., 12 July, 1835, d. 1841. 

10166. II. Jerusha (Crandall), b. Painted Post, X. Y., 

April, 1837, d. Victory, X. Y. 

10167. III. Robert Evans (Crandall), b. Victory, X. Y., 

5 Xov,, 1838, d. young. 

10168. IV. John R, (Crandall). 

10169. V. " 

10170. VI. 

10171. VII. 



982 Eighth Generation. 

10172. VIII. Phebe Cornelia (Crandall), m. at Streeter, 

111. 

10173. IX. Lydia Maria (Crandall), m. Dr. vScott. Res. 

vSt. Joseph. Mich. 

10174. X. Clara Louisa (Crandall). 

6452. Simeon Crandall, b. Belmont, X. Y., 
3 April, 1S13, m. Mary Bridges, at Plattsbnrgh, X. Y., 15 
Jan., 1857. He resided in Baraboo, Wis., Ridgeway, Ind., 
and Crandall, Florida. 

Children : 

10175. I. Ella Content (Crandall), b. Baraboo, Wis., 15 

June, 1858, m. Edward Stone. Had 2 
children who died in infancy. 

10176. II. Clara Celestia (Crandall), b. Ridgeway, la., 

11 April, 1S63, m. Henry P. Trimble, 28 
May, 1895. Res. Crandall, Florida. 

10177. III. Henry Everett (Crandall), b. Baraboo, Wis.. 

9 Oct., 1865, d. 25 Sept., 1889, at Cran- 
dall, Florida. 
1017S. IV. Oliver (Crandall), b. Crandall, Florida. 

10179. Y. Ida " b. 

6453. Samuel Mortimer Chandall, b. Bel- 
mont, X. Y., 10 Xov., 1815, m. Elizabeth East, at Holmes 
Co., Miss., 18 Jan., 1X42. Resided at Baraboo, Wis. 

Children, b. Baraboo, Wis., except last: 

10180. I. Frances Marion (Crandall), b. 4 June, 1843, d. 

in hospital, at close of war. 
+ 101S1. II. Elihu Alonzo (Crandall), b. 15 May, 1847, 

m. Emma Capever. 

10182. III. David Mortimer (Crandall), b. 27 July, 1851, 

d. 16 May, 1863. 

10183. IY. William Henry (Crandall), b. Deasonville, 

Miss.. 9 Jan., 1853, d. 23 Xov., 1855. 

6455. Maria Celestia Crandall, b. Bel- 
mont, X. Y., 25 April, 1821, d. Baraboo, Wis., 11 June, 1861, 
m, Aaron Alonzo Noyes, 20 April, 1851. Resides in Iowa 
City, la. 



Eigh th Gene ra tio n . ' pSj 

Children : 

10184. I. Emma E. (Noyes), b. Dallas, Wis., 9 May, 

1852, d. 5 April, 1S53. 

10185. II. Alice Maud (Noyes), b. Dallas, Wis., 19 Dec., 

1S53, d- 4 Sept., 1S92, at Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
101S6. III. Willis Alonzo (Noyes), b. Baraboo, Wis., 14 
May, 1855, d. 26 Jan., 1875. 

10187. IV. Robert Bruce (Noyes), b. Baraboo, Wis , 25 

May, 1857, d. 9 Oct., 1857. 

10188. V. Rolla (Noyes), b. 3 Nov., i860, d. 29 April. 

1 86 1. 

64-70. Lois Phelps, b. Hillsdale, N. Y., 10 
June, 1810, m. William P. DeForest, 5 Sept., 1827. Settled 
in Reedsburgh, Wis., where his wife d. May, 1828. 

Child, b. Reedsburgh, Wis.: 

10189. I. William P. (DeForest), b. 21 March, 1825. 

6475. Sara k Phelps Harvey, b. Green River, 
N. V., 13 April, 1800, m. Oct., 1822, A. R. Paine. Settled 
first in Massachusetts, removing in 1837 to Delaware Co., N. 
Y. , and later to Broome Co,, N. Y., in 1841. 

Children : 

10190. I. A daughter, m. Dr. William Butler. 

10191. II. A son. In boot and shoe business in Choco- 

nut Centre, N. Y. 

6-1-??. Noah Harvey, b. Green River, N. Y., 
7 May, 1805, m. Lydia Olds, 26 March, 1828. She was b. 
Green River, 23 Dec, 1810, d. 27 April, 1856. 

Mr. Harvey settled in Green River, where he d. 14 July, 
1846. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Green River, N. Y., except first : 

10192. I. Henry (Harvey), b. Austerlitz, N. Y., 26 

March, 1828, m. Harriet A. Holmes. 

10193. II. James B. (Harvey), b. 21 Oct., 1829, d. 17 

Oct., 1S62. 

10194. III. Lorenzo (Harvey), b. 25 Sept., 1831. 

10195. IV. Louisa b. 25 Sept., 183 1. 



984. 




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96 


IOI 


97 


IOJ 


98 



Eigh /h Gen era Hon . 

Y. Emily A. Harvey, b. 9 Sept., 1836, d. 5 Jan., 
[858. 

VI. Russell " b. 9 Feb., 1839. 

VII. Clarissa " b. 2 June, 1841, d. 2 

June, i860. 
10199. VIII. Laura H. b. 30 August, 1844, d. 

30 Oct., 1846. 

04S'2. Samuel Green Phelps, b. Stockbridge, 
Mass., 12 April, [798, in. at Homer, N. Y., 30 March, 1819, 
Mariette Goodrich, b. Rensselaervil'le, N. Y., 27 Aug., 1802. 
Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Fabius, X. Y., where 
he first settled after marrying. From there he removed to 
Meriton, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, in 1834 removing 
from there to Coldwater, Mich., where he stayed one year, 
when he returned to Meriton, Ontario, Can., where he d. 12 
May, i860, He wa-^ an active member of the Baptist Church. 

Children : 

-^10200. I. Orson James, b. Fabius, X. Y., 23 Feb., 

1820, m, Jane Wead. 
10201. II. Orphelia, b. Fabius, X. Y., 28 Feb., 182 1, d. 

13 March, 1822. 
+ 10202. III. Charlotte, b. Fabius, X Y.. 12 July, 1823, 

m. John Hard. 
10203. IV. Harriet, b. Fabius, X. Y., 19 July, 1825,111. 

Dalton Petyus. 7 May, 1S43, d, 13 August, 

1843. 
+ 10204. V. Noah, b. Fabius, X. Y. , 18 July, 1828, m. 

Adelia L-oveland. 
+ 10205. VI. Philander b. Fabius, X. Y., 17 Jan,, 1832, 

111. Jane Bradley. 
+ 10406. VII. Judson, b. Meriton, Can., 12 Jan., 1555, m. 

Eliza Ann Street. 
+ 10207. VIII. Eliza, b. Meriton, Can., 24 July, 1838, 111. 

John Farr. 
+ 10208. IX. Elijah, b. Meriton, Can., 5 Nov., 1841, m. 

Clara Augusta Saunders. 
10209, X. Oliver Seymour, b. Meriton, Can., 22 May, 

1S46. 



Eighth Generation. <pSj 

6483. Harriet Phelps, b. Fabius, N. Y.. 2 

July, 1799, m. 24 Feb., 18 15, Cornelius Van Aiken, b. 27 
Jan.. 1794. Settled in Coldwater, Mich. He was a fanner. 
He d. there 17 Nov., 1853. 

Children, b. Coldwater, Mich.: 

+ 10210. I. Eliza Ann (Van Aiken), b. 24 July, 1817, 

m. Elias Gage. 
10211. II. Lucinda (Van Aiken), b. 8 Dec, 1S19, d. 4 

April, 1849, num. 
+ 10212. III. James Massau (Van Aiken), b. 3 Oct., 1821, 

m. Maria Clement. 
10213. IV. Sylvester (Van Aiken), b. 28 Aug., 1S23, d. 

7 April, 1824. 
+ 102 1 4. V. William W. (Van Aiken), b. 20 March, 1825, 

m. Lucy Stoddard. 
+ 10215. VI. George W. (Van Aiken), b. 18 Sept., 1828, 

111. Lucy Clement. 

10216. VII. Samuel P. (Van Aiken), b. 20 May, 1830, 

111. Harriet Ramsey, 7 Oct., 1S56. 

102 17. VIII. Frank Alfonse (Van Aiken), b. 29 April, 

1832, d. 19 Jan., 1833. 
+ 10218, IX. Anthony (Van Aiken), b. 8 April, 1834, m. 

Ursula Ramsey. 
10219. X. Margaret (Van Aiken), b. 11 July, 1836, d. 

25 Feb., 1852, unm. 

6485. Elizabeth Cadwell Phelps, b. Fa- 
bius, X, V., 17 Dec, 1802, 111. William J. Worthiugton, at 
Richfield, X. V.. by the Rev. Seth Burr, at the house of 
William Beldeu. He was sou of Erastus and Anna (Lawton) 
Worthiugton, then of Brooklyn, X. Y., and was b, Col- 
chester, Ct., 13 June, 1798. 

Mr. Worthiugton first settled in Richfield, residing there 
two year, when he removed to Brooklyn, X. Y., where he re- 
sided two years, taking care of his aged parents. After their 
death he removed to Richfield, where his wife d. 9 Xov., 
1839, and where he d. at the house of William Beldeu, 13 
Jan., 1842, and was buried in the Congregational church yard 
of that place. 



p86 Eighth Generation. 

Child, b. Richfield, N. V.: 

10220. I. Anna Eliza (Worthingtou), b. 16 July, 1826, 

d. Brooklyn, X. Y., 5 Feb., 1829. 

6488. Cynthia Phelps, b. Cazenovia, 
X. Y., 7 July, 1802. Removed with her father to Ludlow- 
ville, X. Y., where she 111. 7 Xov., 1816, Lewis Tucker, b. 
Watertown, X. Y., 2 April, 1793. He graduated at college, 
studied law and settled in Watertown, X. Y. He d. Ludlow- 
ville, X. Y., 3 Jan., 1823. 

She in. 2nd, 23 Xov., 1833, Dea. Lucius Winchester, of St. 
Catharines, C. Y\\. b. Hardwick, Mass., 24 April, 1793. He 
settled in St. Catharines, C. W., where he d. 13 Sept., 1849. 
He had, by 2nd wife Cynthia Phelps, no issue. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Watertown, X. Y. : 

1022 1. I. William Henry (Tucker), b. 28 Dec, 1816, 

d. 28 May, 1818. 

10222. II. Calvin V,. (Tucker), b. 28 Dec, 1818, d. 14 

Feb., 1819. 

041)1. Orsox Phelps, b. Fabius, X. Y., 17 
Dec, 1S05. Removed with his father to St. Catharines, C. 
W., m. Hannah Gunn, at Dunnville, Ontario, 21 March, 1832. 
He m 2nd Charlotte Maria Fisk, at the house of her aunt, in 
Buffalo, X. Y., 6 Oct., 1846. She was the only child of Maria 
(St. John) Fisk, of Cleveland, Ohio. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Buffalo, X. Y., where he d. 15 March. 
1870. 

Says one of his sisters: — 

" At an early age he engaged with his father, Oliver Phelps, 
in the first line of stages running from Albany to Buffalo, X. 
Y. Later he built a steamboat 011 Cayuga Lake and made the 
first voyage across the foot of the lake about one and one-half 
miles. Afterward they were engaged in building the first lock 
in the Frie Canal at Lockport, X. Y. About 1S26 my father 
and brother removed to St. Catharines, C. W., and had an ex- 
tensive contract in the construction of the canal and the exca- 
vation of the Deep Cut. Later Mr. Orson Phelps took a large 
contract on the Genesee Yalley Canal near Portage, finally re- 
moving to Buffalo, and in the sight of the old Patcheon Bank 



Eighth Generation. g8j 

he built the Clarendon House — later called the Phelps House — 
kept as a temperance hotel by Nathaniel Rogers. Mr. Phelps 
was also one of the projectors of the Buffalo Water Works." 
Mrs. Phelps probabh m. 2nd, in 1895, Dr. Charles B, Tal- 
bot, of Philadelphia, aged about 2>3- 

Child by 1st wife : 

10223. I. Child died with its mother, and buried with 

her at Dansville, C. W. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Buffalo, N. Y.: 

10224. II- Orson, b. 15 July. 1847, d. 20 March, 1S52. 

10225. III. Maria Louisa, b. 15 Jan., 1849, d. 10 June, 

1871, unm. 
10225a. IV. Calvin Fish. b. 15 June, 1851, d. [888, unm. 

64-02. Almira Phelps, b. Fabius, N. Y., 8 
June, 1808, m. at Meriton, Ontario, 22 Oct., 1S27, Alpheus 
Herbert Shaw, b. Unity, N. H.,9 Sept., 1872, d. Meriton, Ont., 
27 Oct.. 1848, and was buried in St. Catharine, C. W., by the 
side of his wife and child. His wife d. 15 Oct., 1829. (Mr. 
Shaw m. 2nd , and settled in Meriton, Ont.) 

Child : 

10226. I. William Henry (Shaw), b, Meriton, Ontario, 

C. \V.. 18 April, 1829, d. 25 Jan., 1833. 

(J4-94. Charlotte Phelps, b. Fabius, N. Y., 
20 June, 18 10. Removed with her father to St. Catharine, C. 
\\\, m. Alpheus Spencer St. John, of Meriton, C. W , 30 
Sept., 1830. He was sou of Enos and Anna (Babcock), St. 
John, and was b. Eaton, N. Y., 23 April, 179S. He settled 
in Dunnville, C, W., removing to Ohio, in 1842. In 1844 he 
removed to St. Catharine, C. W., where he d. 5 April, 1880. 
His widow now resides in St. Catharine, C. W. 

Children, b. Dunnville, Canada, except last two: 

+ 10227. I- Almira (St. John), b. 29 August, 1831, m. 

Lucius D. Winchester. 
+ 10228. II. Charlotte (St. John), b. 12 Sept., 1834,111. 

Jerome B. Oeley. 
10229. III. Helen (St. John), b. 19 March, 1837, d. 12 

August. 1857. 



<?S8 Eighth Generation. 

10230. [V. Ann (St, John), b. 27 March, 1838, m. John 

F. Ewing. 

10231. V. Ambroses. (St. John), b. 10 Jan., 1841, d. 

1 7 Oct,; 1842, 
[0232. VI. Oliver (St. John), b. 30 Sept., 1S43, d. 15 

July, 1844. 
+ 10233. VII. Oliver Phelps (St. John), 28 April, 1846, m. 

Catharine Morse. 

10234. VIII. Alpheus Seymour (St. John), b. Olena, Ohio, 

21 Dec, 1849, m. Bessy Phelps, 4 June, 
1 87 1, daugher of Thomas Phelps. 

10235. XI. Orin Stone (St. John), b. Olena, Ohio, 9 

Jan., 1851, d. 13 Jan., 1852. 

('AS)'i. Orin Stone Phelps, b. Fabius, N. Y., 

28 May, 181 2, removing with his father to St. Catharines, C. 
W., 111. Amelia Louisa Dyer, 27 Nov., 1832. She was 
daughter of Luther and Aurora Dyer, and was b. Sharon, 
Ct., 12 April, 1814. (After the death of Mr. Phelps she m. 
for 2nd husband John Luther Raney, by whom she had sev- 
eral children.) She d. 6 Oct., 1855. 

Mr. Phelps settled in St. Catharines, C. \V., where he d. 15 
March, 1837. 

Children, b. St. Catharines, Canada: 

10236. 1. Maria Louisa, b. 15 Sept., 1833, d, 8 Ma} - , 

1839. 

10237. II. Harriet P., b. 27 August, 1835, m. Charles 

Henry Rowell. 

10238. III. Lewis Tooker, b. 12 Dec, 1S36, d. 3 April, 

1839. 

(>1W>. Lucinda Phelps, b, Ludlowville, N. 

Y., 28 April, 1814. Removed with her father to St. Catha- 
rines, C. W., m. 5 Sept., 1833, William Coach Yale, b, Lenox, 
Mass., 3 Oct., 1803. His wife Lucinda Phelps, d. at St. 
Catharines, C. W., 8 March, 1837. (He 111. 2nd Widow Moore, 
of St. David, C. \Y', where lie d. By her he had no issue.) 

Children, 1). St. Catharines, C. W.: 

10239. I. William Henry (Yale), b, 8 Jan., 1834, d. 31 

Dec, 1S36. 




0~GjW9sU 






Eighth Generation . 989 

10240. II. Lucius (Yale), b. 12 Dec, 1834, d. 2 March, 

1839. 

6497. Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps, b. 
Ludlowville, X. Y., 12 Jan., 1816. Removed with his father 
to v St. Catharines, C. YV\, m. Hester Ann Dexter, 6 May, 
183S, at Lockport, N. Y. She was 2nd daughter of Arnold 
and Elizabeth Dexter, and was b. Lockport. N. Y., 16 Feb., 
1S16, d. at Lewiston, at her brother's house, 26 Jan., 1849, 
and was buried in St. Catharines, C. W. She left no issue. 
Her funeral sermon was preached by her pastor, Rev. William 
Baynes, and published in pamphlet form. 

He m. 2nd Eliza Rebecca Laytou, at Lockport, N. Y., by 
the Rev. William C. Wisner, 31 July, 1850. She was the 
youngest child of Job Mount and Luciue (Pritchard) Layton, 
and was b. Lockport, X. Y., 27 August, 1831, d. Portland, 
Ore., 12 Jan., 1S80. He m. 3rd, in 1893, — — . 

Mr. Phelps, when about 10 years old, removed with his 
father to St. Catharines, C. W., where he settled, and resided 
about 43 years. In 1869 he removed witli his family to Port- 
laud, Oregon. Judge Phelps held offices of honor and trust, 
both in St. Catharines and Portland, Ore., where he was a 
Judge for several years. He was much interested in this 
work, and corresponded for many years with members of the 
Phelps family in this country and England. 

Child by 2ml wife, b. St. Catharines, Canada : 

+ J0241. I. Frank Orson, b. Dec. 1, 1S60, m. Emma W. 

Dingham. 

6498. Calvin Phelps, b. Ludlowville, X. Y., 
12 March. 1818. Removed with his father to St. Catharines, 
C. \Y., m. Julia Sophia Beach, of Lewiston, X. Y., 22 Sept., 
1841. She was daughter of Cephas and Ann Maria Beach, 
and was b. Lockport, X. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Buffalo, X. Y. Later removed to 
Lockport, X. Y. , where he and his wife reside. 

Mr. Phelps for many years was one of the largest millers 
and wheat speculators in the West, owning the Read Mills at 
St. Catharines, built by his father, Oliver, and the Hon. Wil- 
liam Hamilton Merrit, in 1829-30, also several others, and he 



<?po Eighth Generation. 

became very wealthy in this business. At the close of the 
Crimean War he carried very heavy stocks of wheat and flour, 
the decline of which, caused by the close of the war, caused 
him very heavy losses, which embarrassed him, and from 
which he never recovered. He d. 29 March, 1S93. 

Children, b. Buffalo, X. Y. : 

10242. I, Calvin (Beach), b. 11 July, 1843, d. 13 July, 

1843- 

10243. II. An infant (Beach), b. Aug., 1S59, d. same 

day. 

6499. Mary Ann Phelps, b-. Ludlowville, X. 
Y., 24 May, 1S20, m. William Morehouse, 10 May, 1S47. He 
was son of Gideon and Electa (Conger) Morehouse, and was b. 
Ludlowville, X. Y., 4 Jan., 1S20. 

Mr. Morehouse was a mechanical and mining engineer. He 
settled first in Albany, X. Y., where he resided for five years. 
From there he removed to Davenport, Iowa, where he lived 
four years, and from there he removed to Buffalo, X. Y., 
where he died, and where his widow d. 19 Nov., 1885. 

Children : 

10244. I. Helen Phelps (Morehouse), b. Davenport, 

Iowa, 24 Dec, 1S56. After teaching for 
some time in California and Buffalo, she- 
took her degree as M. I), from the Buffalo 
Medical College, and is now practicing 
medicine in that city. 

10245. II. William West (Morehouse) b. Buffalo, X.Y. , 

28 July, 1S62. Res. Warren, X. Y. 

6510. Minerva Phelps, b. Enfield, X. Y., 19 
Dec, 1 8 1.9, m. 8 May, 1844, Solomon Lyon, b. Enfield, X.Y. 
Settled after marrying in Ontario, Knox Co., 111., and from 
there removed to Kansas, and from there, in 1876, to Wataga, 
111., where Mr. Lyon was in the grocery business. 

Children: 

10246. I. Addison L. (Lyon), b. Ontario, 111., 19 Feb., 

1846. 

10247. H- Emmett Adelbert (Lyon), b. Sparta. 111., 30 

Oct., 1854. 



Eighth Generation. 991 

1024S. III. Emma Adell (Lyons), b. Sparta, 111.. 19 
Jan., 1881. 

6511. Miranda Phelps, b. Enfield, X. Y., 25 
May, 1821, m. J. R. R. Carley, 18 March, 1846. Settled in 
Enfield, X. Y., soon removing to Sparta, 111. 

Children, b. Sparta, 111.: 

10249. I. Ellen (or Elnora) (Carley), b. 10 May, 1S47. 

10250. II. Warren M. (Carley), b. 17 Feb., 1853, d. 13 

Feb., 1S56. 

6512. Albert M. Phelps, b. Enfield, X. Y., 
29 August, 1823, in. Caroline M. Bebbins, 26 Dec. 1849, She 
was daughter of Capt, Augustus Bebbins, and was b. Pavilion, 
X. Y. Mr. Phelps settled in North Pembroke, X. Y. 

Children, b. North Pembroke, X. Y. : 

1025 1. I. Imogene, b. 20 March, 1853, d. 15 June, 

1853. 

10252. II. Albert B., b. 22 Dec, 1857, d. 16 August, 

[859. 

10253. III. Carrie E., 3 Jan., i«6o. 

6513. Lewis H. Phelps, b. Enfield, X. Y.,30 
April, 1S30, m. Phebe A. Dutton, of Pavilion, X. Y., 6 Oct., 

1856. She d. 17 July. 1856. 

He m. 2nd Teresa Y. Fish, 5 April, 1857. 
He settled in Wataga, 111. 

Child, by 2nd wife, b. Wataga, 111.: 

10254. I, Arthur H., b. 20 Feb., 1858. 

6515. Mahala Phelps, b. Enfield, N. Y,, 14 
Nov., 1834, m. Henry A. Watkins, 24 May, i860. Settled 
in Wataga, 111., where he d. She m. 2nd H. P. Wood, 1 Jan., 
1876. Settled in Wataga, 111. 

Children, by 1st husband, b. Wataga, 111.: 

10255. I. Lucy (Watkins). 

10256. II. Mary 

6522. Charlotte T. Phelps, b. Ripley, N. 
Y., 6 July, 1814, m. William Satterlee, 15 Dec, 1833. Settled 
in San Francisco, Cal. 



gg2 'Eighth Generation. 

Children, b. San Francisco, Cal.: 

10257. I. Daughter (Satterlee), 111. Mrs. F. J. French. 

Res. 1617, Jackson street, San Francisco, 
Cal. 

10258. II. Daughter (Satterlee). 

1025c;. III. " " in. Thompson. He has 

been minister to Brazil. 

6523. James M. Phelps, b. Ripley, X, Y.., 1 
Jan., 1817, 111. Margaret E. Phillips, 28 Sept., 1845, at Con- 
neaut, Ohio. She was daughter of John and Ruth Phillips, 
and was b. Hudson, Ohio, 25 Sept., 1822, d. Rockford, 111., 30 
Jan., 1890. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and a cabinet-maker, settled in 
Couneaut, Ohio, in 1854, and in 1856 removed to Rockford, 
111., where he d. 20 Sept., 1857. 

Children : 

10260. I. Frances Olive, b. Couneaut, Ohio, 26 June, 

1 847 , d. 17 April, 1850. 

10261. II. Ella R., b. Couneaut, Ohio, 4 Nov., 1851, 

nun), Res. 576 South Winnebago street,. 
Rockford, 111. 

10262. III. Walter B., b. Owen, 111., 7 July, 1854, m. 

Mary L. Bliss, 19 June, [883. She was 
daughter of Hosea and Catharine H, Bliss, 
and was b. Mayville, X. Y., June 14, 1856. 
Res. Montrose, So. Dakota. A real estate 
and insurance agent. Xo issue. 

6524. John F. Phelps, b. Ripley, X. Y., 27 
Feb., 1-819, 111. Julia A. Walter, 9 Aug., 1843. She was daugh- 
ter of Sheldon and Elizabeth (Bailey) Walter, and was b. San- 
gerfield, X. Y., 28 July, 1823, and was living in Jan., 1896. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Mayville, X. Y., and for a time 
was editor of the Mayville Centennial. He d. there 2 Feb., 
1S7S, 

Children, b. Mayville, X. Y.: 

10263. h Walter Sheldon, b. 25 May, 1844, d. 25 Sept., 

1865. 

10264. II. John Oliver, b. 15 May, 1846, d. S Jan., 1885.. 




IIEXRY D. PHELPS. 



t! 




HENRY WASHINGTON PHELPS. 



Eighth Generation. 993 

10265. III. Frank Calvin, b. 25 June, 1S50, d. Jan., 

1896, unm. 

10266. IV. Julia, b. 29 May, 1862, d. 3 April, 1S74. 

6525. Mary E. Phelps, b. Ripley, N. Y., 15 
Dec., 1820, m. Lorenzo H. Coon, in Brooklyn, Jackson Co., 
Mich., 17 Oct., 1849. 

Mr. Coon settled in Manchester, Mich., where he d. 12 
Jan., 1895. 

Children, b. Manchester, Mich.: 

10267. I- Charles E. (Coon), b. 17 April, 1851. 

10268. II. Edward Seymour (Coon), b. 10 Feb., 1857. 

6526. Henry D. Phelps, b. Ripley, N. Y., 18 
Dec, 1822, m. Eunice Ann Corbin, 11 Sept., 1849, at St. 
Catharines, Canada. She was daughter of John P. and Han- 
nah (Meade) Corbin, and was b. Yorktown, N. Y., 22 Nov., 
1830, d. Buffalo Forks, Iowa, 6 Jan., 1S78. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, resided in Brantfordand Scotland, 
Can., later a merchant, settled in Buffalo, Iowa. He d. there 
Dec. 9, 1873. 

Children : 

+ 10269. I. Clara Hannah, b. Brantford, Can., 30 Aug., 

1852, m, John Jain. 
10270. II. Hattie Lomalia, b. Scotland, Can., 27 April, 

1 854, m. B, B. Daniels. 
+ 10271. III. Fanny Zelmira, b. Scotland, Can., 23 Oct., 

1855, m. M. S. Cunningham. 
10272. IV. Henry Washington, b. Scotland, Can., 29 

May, 1858. Res. Bancroft, Iowa, unm. 
+ 10273. V, Ernest Albert, b. Scotland, Can., 24 August, 

1862, m, Mary I. Bourne. 
+ 10274. VI. Cora Jane, b. Buffalo Forks, la., 30 Dec, 

1866, m. Millard Stebbins. 

10275. VII. Charles E., b. Buffalo Forks, 5 June, 1S70, 

m, Mary Stowe, 27 Feb., 1895. 

10276. VIII. John Henry, b. Buffalo Forks, la., 12 May, 

1874, unm. in 1896. Res. Fayette, Iowa. 

(II-ii) 



• •■>/ Eighth Generation. 

6527. Charles L. Phelps, b. Ripley, N. Y., 
9 Jan., 1830, m. Anna Augusta Crum, 13 Sept., 1854, at 
Beaver Dam, N. Y. She was daughter of Gardner and 
Margaret (White) Crum, and was b. Lansing, X. Y., 19 Dec., 
1833, and living in 1896. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Woodstock, C. W., and Lockport 
N. Y. . where he d. 26 Jul}-, 1870. He was an editor. 

Children : 
10277. I. Sarah Eliza, b. Woodstock, C. W., 19 May, 

1856, d. 28 May, 1886. 
1027S. II. Charles William, b. Woodstock, C. W., 14 

March, 1861, d. 22 Oct., 1861. 
+ 10279. UP Carrie Anna, b. Lockport, N. Y., 21 Dec, 

1863, m. Frederick F. Saxtou. 

6551. Thikza M. Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 8 

June, 1830, m. James Thomas, 7 April, 1852. Settled in 

Cambridge Centre, Washington Co., N. Y. They had 3 sons 
and 1 daughter. 

6563. William Phelps, b. Almena, Mich., 12 
March, 1826, m. Ann Mitchell, 7 Sept., 1852, of Scotland, C. 
W. Mr. Phelps settled in Rome, Mich. 

Children, b. Rome, Mich.: 

10280. I. Martha, b. 10 June, 1853. 

10281. II. Margaret, b. 21 Feb., 1854. 

10282. III. James, b. 6 Dec, 1S56. 

10283. IV. Hester, b. 27 March, 1861. 

656-1. Polly Phelps, b. Almena, Mich., 17 
Oct., 1S29, m. 8 Oct., 1850, James Haynay, b. Malahide, C. 
W., where he settled. 

Children, b. Malahide, Canada: 

10284. I. Andica Wilson (Haynay), b. 11 Nov., 1851. 

10285. II. John Wesley b. 31 May, 1853. 

10286. III. Martha Fletcher " b. 15 Aug., 1S55. 

10287. IV. Lewis Napoleon b. 3 Dec, 1856. 
102SS. V. Phebe Ann " b. Dec.,. 1858. 

6565. Betsey Ann Phelps, b. Almena, Mich., 
29 March, 1835, m. Lawrence Hammond, 4 Nov., 1853. 



Eigh th Gene ra tio n. 995 

Children : 

10289. I. Diantha H. (Hammond), b. 10 Nov., 1854. 

10290. II. John " b. 11 Oct., 1856. 

6566. John T. Phelps, b. Almena, Mich., 14 
March, 1844, m. Hattie Lander, at Almont, Mich., 7 Feb., 
1870. She was daughter of Peter and Kmeline (Newbury) 
Lauder, and was b. Cuyahoga Co., Ontario, 14 March, 1S46, 
living in 1896. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Thornville, Mich. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Thornville, Mich.: 

10291. I. Lee, b. 12 Nov., 1S71. 

10292. II. William, b. 26 April, 1873. 

10293. III. John, b. 9 Jan., 1S76. 

10294. IV. Ina, b. 26 Nov., 1880. 

6567. David Phelps, b. Bayham, C. W., 20 
Dec, 1823, m. Betsy Pach, of England. Mr. Phelps settled 
in Brownsville, Ontario, 

Children : 

10295. I. Elijah. 

10296. II. Walter J. 

6568. Elijah Phelps, b. Bayham, C. W., 23 
March, 1825, m. vSarah Slater. 

Mr. Phelps died 19 Oct., 1854. 

Child : 

10297. I. Lafayette, d, 19 Dec, 1854. 

6569. Susan Phelps, b. Bayham, C. W., 24 
Dec, 1826, m. William Pound, 1S49. 

Children : 

10298. I. Napoleon (Pound). 

10299. II. Lois 

10300. III. Sally Ann 

1 030 1. IV. Adeline 

10302. V. Amelia 

10303. VI. Frederick J. 

6570. Daniel Phelps, b. Bayham, C. W., 18 

Aug., 1829, m. Emily Jessie Pound, 26 June, 1856. 



p<?6 Eighth Generation. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Almont, Ontario, Canada. 
Children, b. Almont, Ontario: 

10304. I. Louis Lafayette. 

10305. II. Lydia. 

6573. Lydia M. Phelps, b. Bayham, C. W., 
19 vSept., 1837, m. Whitefield Baker. She d. in child-birth, 9 
Nov., 1859. 

Child : 

10306. I. Julius Hosea (Baker), b. Nov. 9, 1859. 

6570. Mary Phelps, b. Brantford, Out., 10 
April, 1833, m. John Blake. Settled in Brantford, Out. He 
and his wife and child all died soon after the birth of the 
child. 

Child : 

10307. Lydia (Blake), died in infancy, 30 Jan., 18S6. 

6578. Anna Phelps, b. Brantford, Out., 6 
Nov., 1839, m. John N. Dundas. Settled in Dorchester, Out. 
His wife d. there Oct., 1S88. 

Children, b. Brantford, Ontario : 

10308. I. Samuel N. (Dundas), b. 19 Nov., 1861. 

10309. II. Margaret b. 19 June, 1862. 

10310. III. William P. b. April, 1S64. 

10311. IV. Henry " b. Jan., 1866. 

1 031 2. V. Charles " b. 12 May, 1878. 

10313. VI. Blanche ' " b. 17 June, 1882. 

Children all living in 1896. 

6579. Sally Phelps, b. Brantford, Out., 25 
March, 1K42, m. Alexander Dundas, 10 Oct., 1865. 

Settled in Ingersoll, Ontario. His wife d. there. 

Children, b. Brantford, Ontario: 

10314. I. Agnes A. (Dundas), b. 25 Sept., [866, 

uiuii, 1896. 

10315. II, Alexander W. (Dundas), b. 14 April, 1871, 

d. num. [889. 

6582. Otiiniel Phelps, b. Brantford, Out., 21 
April, [848, m. Delia Horning 23 Aug., 1882. 



Eighth Generation . 



997 



Mr. Phelps settled in North Dorchester, Canada. 
Children, b. North Dorchester, Canada : 

10316. I. Lydia, b. 23 August, 1882. 

10317. II. Aggie, b. 4 June, 1884. 

103 1 8. III. Arthur, b. 28 August, 1885. 

10319. IV. David, b. 20 April, 1SS9, d. 4 Dec, 1S92. 

10320. V. Jonathan H., b. June, 1891, d. 22 Dec, 

1892. 

10321. VI. Thomas, b. July, 1S94. 

6586. Dr. Samuel Phelps, b. Brantford, 
Out., June 11, 1855, m. Ella Alma Grimes Boyd, at Minne- 
apolis, 27 May, 1896. She was daughter of Jonathan and 
Eliza Grimes. 

Dr. Phelps was a practising physician in Hudson, Wis., re- 
moving from there to Blunt, South Dakota. He d. Aug. 11, 
1899. 

Children : 

10322. I. Elizabeth Agues, b. Hudson, Wis., 25 Jan., 

1897, d. 11 April, 1897. She was a 7 
months child, owing to an accident to the 
mother. 

10323. II. Samuel, b. Blunt, South Dakota, 29 March, 

1899. 

6580. John Phelps, b. Brantford, Out., 13 
Dec, 1826, m. Catharine Hawley, b. Brantford, Out., 14 
April, 1838. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Brantford, Out., where he d. 2 July, 
1894. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Brantford, Out.: 

I. Adam, b. 11 June, 1858, m. twice. 

II. Elizabeth, b. 8 Jan., 1S61, m. 

III. Emma, b. 16 May, 1862, m. 

IV. Alice, b. 26 May, 1864, m. 
V. Ezra E., b. 26 June, 1870, m. 

GOON. Alexander Phelps, b. Brantford, Out., 
16 March, 1840, m. Mary Dobson, 1861. 

Mr. Phelps was a railroad commissioner and was killed in 
Texas, run over by the cars, 17 June, 1875. 



+ 10324. 
10325. 
10326. 
10327. 

10328. 



ppS Eighth Generation, 

Children : 

10329. I. Martha, m. J. H. E. Webster. Settled in 

Leadville, Col. Had two children. 

10330. II. Peasley Alfonso, in. Settled in Manitoba, 

Canada. 

1033 1. III. Edgar Dobson. 

6609. Hannah Phelps, b. Brantford, Out., 
31 Oct., 1842, m. William Henry Johnson, 25 Dec, 1S60. 
Settled in Ontario, Can, 

Children, b. Ontario : 

10332. I. Abram R. (Johnson), b. 8 June, 1S63. 

10333. II. David C. b. 5 Dec, 1864, d. 15 

June, 1S77. 

10334. HI. Lewis " 1). 12 Oct., 1866. 

6612, Rev. Simeon Waite Phelps, b. Brant- 
ford, Out., 30 June, 1855, in. Edith May Kelly, 15 Nov., 1876, 
by Rev. A. Edwards. She was b. 3 April, 1858. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps removed to Woodstock soon after his mar- 
riage, and pursued a course of studies for the ministry, was 
settled in the Baptist church at Fingal for nine and one-half 
years, then settled in Kansas City, Kan. 

Children : 

io 335- !• Homer Victor, b. Boston Corners, Can., 10 

Aug., 1S77. 

10336. II. Grace Zelian, b. Woodstock, Can., 28 Nov., 

1878. 

10337. III. Virgil Vivian, b. Ontario, Can., 7 March, 

1880. 

10338. IV. Theron Francis, b. Toronto, Can., 14 Feb., 

1882. 

10339. V. Eleanor Waite, b. Fingal, Can., 18 June, 

1885. 

6632. Elijah Phelps, b. Stanford, C. W., 16 
May, 1820, m. at Chippewa, Ont., 1845, Martha Slater, daugh- 
ter of Robert and Martha (Dyson) Slater, and b. Ashton, Can., 
24 March, 18 18, now living. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Pelham, C. W., where he d. 16 May, 

1855- 



Eighth Generation . qqq 

Children, b. Pelham, Canada : 

10340. I. James, b. 1846, m. No issue. 

1034 1. II. George, b. 6 Nov., 1852. Res. Salt Coats, 

Assiniboine. 

10342. III. Hiram, b. 1848, d. young. 

+ 10343. IV. Mary Ann, b. 9 Oct., 1S50, m. Richard 

Edward Hawkins. 

10344. V. Elizabeth, b. 1 Sept., 1S54, m. William F. 

Walsh. Res. Regina, Canada. 

6638. Orin Andrew Phelps, b. Waterloo, 
Can., 4 Feb., 1843, m. Anna M. Pratt, at Greenleaf, 16 Aug., 
1867. She was daughter of Ira and Annie M. (Schermerhorn) 
Pratt, and was b. Otsego, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled and resided in Litchfield, Minn. 

Children, b. Meeker Co., Minn.: 

10345. I- Charles E., b. 18 June, 1869. 
1034(1. II. Clyde S., b. 13 Oct.. 1871. 

10347. III. Harold W., b. 5 Jan.. 1872. 

10348. [V. Fred B., b, 1 Aug,, 1875. 
10340. V. James H., b. 9 July, 1879. 

6649. George E. Phelps, b. Dexter, Mich., 
3 Feb., 1812, m. 1 July, 1833, Jane Swasey, b. Dexter, Mich., 
where she died. He m. 2nd L-aura Criswell. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Dexter, Mich. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Dexter, Mich.: 

10350. I. Harriet. 

1035 1. II. Mercy Ann. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Dexter, Mich,: 

10352. III. Herbert W. 

10353. IV. Amarilla, m. Arre Edney Seth, Jackson Co., 

Mich. 

6650. John C. Phelps, b. Dexter, Mich., 23 
March, 18 14, m. Martha Rappyla. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Washington Co., Mich. 

Children : 

10354. I. Jeremiah. 
io 355- H- Hanson. 



oo 




Eighth 


Generation 


10356. 


III. 


John. 




I 0357- 


IV. 


Sarah. 




10358. 


V. 


Alice. 




IQ359- 


VI. 


Martha. 




10360. 


VII, 


Mary. 




1 036 1. 


VIII. 


Charles. 





6653. Noah H. Phelps, b. Dexter, Mich., 20 
May. 1823, m. Clementine Rochell. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Baton Rouge, La., where he died. He 
was a civil engineer. 

Child, b. Baton Rouge, La.: 
10362. I. Clementine. 

6654. Francis S. Phelps, b. Dexter, Mich., 
13 Oct., 1S26, m. Elizabeth Latarit. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Jackson Co., Mich. 

Children : 

I. Chauncey P. 
II. Mercy Ann. 

III. Coleman. 

IV. Henry. 
V. Hannah E. 



10363. 
10364. 

10365. 
10366. 



10367. 

6660. John YVycoff Phelps, b. Ovid, N. V., 
14 June, 1819. Removed with his father to Plymouth, Mich., 
in 1 827, in. Mary C. Root, 1840. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Mason, Mich. 

Children : 
I. Cornelia Jane, d, aged 2 yrs. 
II. Amelia, d. in infancy. 

III. James Dexter, b. 1845. 

IV. Emma, b. 1S47. 
V. Cora L.. b. 1850. 

VI. Adah H.. b. 1S53. 
VII. Mary A., b. 1857, d. 1859. 



10368 
10369 
10370 
10371 



10373 
10374 



6662. Lydia Jane Phelps, b. Ovid, X. Y., 8 
March, 1823, m. Horace Angell, 1841. 

Children : 



Eighth Generation . iooi 



I0375- 


I. 


Mary (Angell) 


10376. 


II. 


Caroline " 


10377- 


III. 


Oliver 


10378. 


IV. 


Netta 



()(iC>3. Noah Phelps, b. Ovid, N. Y., 14 Dec.. 
1824, m. Esther Turner, 1848. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Meriden, Mich., in 1862. 

Children, b. Meriden, Mich.: 

10379. I. Ella. 

10380. II. George. 

10381. Ill, Stewart. 

10382. IV. 

10383. V. 

6665. Rebecca M. Phelps, b. Plymouth. 
Mich., 7 Feb., 1828, m. Henry Savers, 1847. 
Settled in Meriden, Mich., i860. 

Children, b. Meriden, Mich.: 

103X4. I. Isabell (Saver). 

10385. II. Catharine " 

10386. III. Florence " 

6075. William Waterman Phelps', b. Homer, 

N. Y., 23 Jan., 1X23, m. Brewster. She was descendant 

of Elder William Brewster who came over in the Mayflower. 
She was b. Onondaga Co., N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps crossed the plains in 1853, settled in Placerville, 
Col., in 1854, where his family reside. In 1870 Mr. Phelps 
spent two years east on account of his health. Had seven 
children. 

6691. Othxiel D. Phelps, b. Edna, Ont., 17 

May, 1838, m. Fanny . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Edna, Ont. 

Children, b. Edna, Ontario : 

103S7. I. Oliva S., b. 16 Dec, 1862. 

10388. II. Austin H., d. young. 

10389. III. Melissa E., b. 1868. 

10390. IY. Andrew J., d. aged 14 years. 

10391. Y. Clinton B., d, aged 12 years. 



1002 Eighth Generation. 

10392. VI. Charles A., d. aged 10 years, 

10393. VII. Alonzo Z., d. aged 2 years. 

10394. VIII. Spencer L., b. 1883. 

6092. Arlington Elisha Phelps, b. Homer, 
N. Y., 10 Dec., 1 84 1, in. Emma Elizabeth Stanford, 2 Sept., 
1863. She was b, 5 March, 1847. Mr. Phelps probably set- 
tled in Elizabeth, X. J. 

Children, b. Elizabeth, X. J.: 

10395. I. George Arlington, b. 22 Jan., 1865, d. 4 

Dec, 1867. 

10396. II. William Roberts, b. 1 Dec, 1867. 

10397. III. Frederick Stanford, b. 20 Feb., 1S74, d. 30 

July, 1S74. 

10398. IV. Mary Emma, b. 3 Oct., 1875. 

6695. Hannah T. Phklps, b. Bradford, Pa., 

13 April, 1 8 15, m. Pamil Shepard, 6 Sept., 1835, at Thomp- 
son, Ohio, where he resided for some time, removing to Bay 
City, Mich. 

Children : 
I. Xewton (Shepard), b. 10 April, 1837,^.1890. 



m. Res. Bay City, Mich. 



6G97. Lucetta C. Phelps, b. Bradford, Pa., 
12 March. 1820, m. Wells Stocking, at Thompson, Ohio, 15 
Oct., 1839. He settled at Madison, Lake Co., Ohio, where 
his wife d. 11 May, 1855. He is a carpenter and joiner. 

Children : 

10406. I. Irwin X. (Stocking), b. Thompson, Ohio, 11 

March, 1833, d. 25 Nov., 1855. 

10407. II. Ellen (Stocking), b. Thompson, Ohio. 

10408. III. George W. (Stocking), b. Madison, Ohio. 

6698. Huldab Semantha Phklps, b. Brad- 
ford, Pa., 2 June, 1823, m. George S. Phelps, son of Xaaman, 



10399. 


l. 


rsewton 


10400. 


II. 


Clinton 


1 0401. 


III. 


Emily 


10402. 


IV. 


Caroline 


" } 4°3- 


V. 


Adeline 


10404. 


VI. 


Byron 


10^05. 


VII. 


Milton 



Eighth Generation . IO °3 

son of Nathaniel. Probably descended from Naatnan, No. 
1362. Settled in Ashtabula, Ohio, living in 1896, but very 
feeble. 

Children, b. Ashtabula, Ohio: 

10409. I. Mattie, m. Stephen Wilson. Res. Arion, 

Ohio. 

10410. II. Frank P., m. a Baptist minister in Ashta- 

bula, Ohio. 

10411. III. Hattie, m. - - Humphrey. Lives in Ash- 

tabula, Ohio. 

10412. IV. Norton, m. Lives in Iowa. 

6699. Kliza J. Phelps, b. Bradford, Pa., m. 
Alpheus R. Dodge, in Thompson, Ohio. She m. four times. 
Her last husband was Thomas Ridge. She had no children by 
last three husbands. 

Children by first husband : 

10413. I. Miranda (Dodge), b. Leroy, Ohio. 

10414. II. Luretta b. Trumbull, Ohio. 

10415. III. Viola " b. 

6700. Alma A. Phelps, b. Thompson, Ohio, 
12 July, 1830, m. Edwin J. Kellogg, at Leroy, Ohio. 

Mr. Kellogg settled in Thompson, Ohio, soon removing to 
Leroy, Ohio, where his wife d. Dec, 1870. 

Children : 
I. Louisa (Kellogg), b. Thompson, Ohio, d. in 

b. " " d. in 

b. Trumbull, Ohio. 
b. LeRoy, Ohio. 
b. 
" b. 

(5701. Isaiah Phelps, b. Thompson, Ohio, 25 
May, 1836, m. Eliza E. French, 14 April, 1857. She was 
daughter of Amos C. and Sally (Edwards) French, and was b. 
Northampton, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Breakmau, Ohio. 



10416. 


I. 


Louisa (1 

infancy 


10417. 


II. 


Louisa 
infancy 


10418. 


III. 


Frank 


10419. 


IV 


Eugene 


10420. 


V. 


Luell 


1042 1. 


VI. 


Jennie 



IOOJ 



Eig li l/i Genera Hon . 



He is a farmer and cabinet maker. A magistrate. 
Amos C. French was son of Nathan French, a soldier 
in the War of 1812. 



10422. 
3- 



+ 104 " 



+ 10424. 



Children, b. Breakman, Ohio : 

I. Arthur C. b. 16 Jan., 1859, d. 26 Oct., 1886. 
II. Delbert, b. 9 March, 1861, m. Esther L. War- 
ren. 
Vernon, b. 7 May, 1865, m. Helen Phillips. 

()70^. Clinton Manley, b. Canton, Pa., about 
1830, m. Louisa Pratt at Troy, Pa. She was daughter of 
Asa and Celia (Leonard) Pratt, and was b. Canton, Pa. 

Mr. Manley settled in Canton. Pa., where lie resided up to 
1863, then he removed to Union, Pa., where he resided in 
1876. He was a farmer. 

Children : 



10425 

10426 

10427 

10428 

10429 

10430 

1 043 1 

10432 
10433 
10434 



I. Emily (Manley), b. Canton, Pa., d. in in- 
fancy. 
II, Stella Elvira (Manley), b. Canton, Pa., 4 
July, 1854, d. 1876. 

III. Perry Sumner (Manley), b. Canton, Pa., 6 
April, 1856. 

IV. Ernest (Manley), b. Canton, Pa., 3 July, 

1858. 
V. Sarah May (Mauley), b. Canton, Pa., 14 

Jan., i860, 
VI. Clyde Everett (Mauley), b. Canton Pa., 10 
Oct., 1862. 
VII. Abel Phelps (Mauley), b. Union, Pa., Oct., 
1 868. 
VIII. Lula (Manley), b. Union, Pa., i8july,i87i. 
IX. Milicent (Manley), b. Union, Pa., Oct., 1873. 
X. A child, b. Union, Pa.. 1875. 



6704-. Ralph Abel Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
2 Nov., 1831, m. Sarah Deming, at Rochester, N. Y., 27 Jan., 
1859. She was daughter of David and Sally (Dennis) Deming. 
Mr. Phelps settled 111 Brunswick, Ohio. He is a farmer. 

Children, b, Brunswick, Ohio : 



Eighth Generation. 1005 

10435. I. Edith E., b. 14 March, 1S61. 

10436. II. OraS.,b. 10 May, 1866. 

10437. HI- Susie, b. 11 Feb., 1868. 

6706. Mary Jane Phelps, b. Brunswick, Ohio, 
12 Aug., 1844, m. Hiram W. Davis. He was son of William 
F. and Harriet M. (Winters) Davis, and was b. Granger, 
Ohio, 1 Nov., 1840. Res. 58 Guthrie street, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Children : 

10438. I. Perry P. (Davis), b. Weymouth, Ohio, 4 

Feb., 1866, d. 5 Nov,, 1877. 

10439. II. Hubert D. (Davis), b. Weymouth, Ohio, 2 

Sept., 1870. 

10440. III. Mary E. (Davis), b. Granger, Ohio, 6 Sept., 

[877. 

67 14-. Francis Lambert Phelps, b. Charles- 
ton, S. C, 4 July, 1819, m. Helen Ann Frazer, in Charleston, 
S. C, 20 Nov., 1840. She was daughter of Luke H. and Har- 
riet Ann (Lyson) Frazer, and was b. Newburyport, Mass., 26 
Aug., 1819, d. in Camden, S. C, 21 May, 1X79. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Charleston, S. C. He was a mer- 
chant. He d. in Camden, S. C, 13 April, 1893. 

Children : 

10441. I. George Locke, b. Charleston, S. C, 6 Oct., 

1S41, d. Killed in battle, 21 July, 1861. 
+ 10442. II. John Bridges, b. Charleston, S. C, 4 April, 

1843, m. Harriet Sutherland Jay. 
+ 10443. III. Mary Elizabeth, b, Charleston, S. C, 12 Jan., 

1X46, 111. Edward W. Jordan. 
+ 10444. IV. Francis Butler, b. Charleston, S. C, 4 Sept., 

184S, m. Frances Maria Jaw 
10445. V- Samuel Wondrum, b. Charleston, S. C, 27 

Feb., 1 85 1, d. 18 March, 1S69, Camden, 

S. C. 
+ 10446. VI. Elijah Luke F., b. Aiken, S. C, 23 Dec, 

1S53, m. Frances Adeline Malone. 
10447. VII. Joseph Church, b. Charleston, S. C, 8 Sept., 

1856, d. July, 1857. 



too6 Eighth Generation . 

10448. VIII. Ida Kate, b. Charleston, S. C, 9 July, i860. 

Unmarried. 

10449. IX, Kdward Jordan, b. Orange Bay, S. C, 26 

Aug., 1862, d. 9 Jan., 1889, Camden, S. C. 

67*20. William Benjamin Phelps, b. Eaton, 
N. Y., 24 Sept., 1 8 1 7 , m. Caroline Matilda Stone, 27 Dec., 
1843. She was daughter of Ovice and Caroline Stone, and 
was b. Belleville, Can., 22 Jan., 1826, d. Oswego, N. Y., 27 
Dec., 1843. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Oswego, X. Y., was in Buffalo 
for a short time, and again returned to Oswego, X. Y., where 
he d. 19 May, 1893. He was agent for the Delaware, Lacka- 
wana & Western R. R. Co. 

Children : 

+ 10450. I. Zenellah Aver, b. Oswego, X. Y., 10 Dec, 

1845, m - Byron S. Ould. 
+ 10451. II. Julia Ely, b. Oswego, X. Y., 24 Aug., 1850, 

m. Charles H. Bond. 
+ 10452. III. John Penfield, b. Oswego, X. Y., 22 June, 

1852, m. Alice Louisa Perry. 
10453. IV. Silas Kendrick, b. Buffalo, X. Y., 21 April, 

1859, d. 2 July, 1859. 
+ 10454. V. Win. Benjamin, b. Buffalo, X. Y., 21 April, 

1859, m. Elizabeth M. Mas.se>'. 

07*21. Samuel Henry Phelps, b. Eaton, X. 
Y., 16 Sept., 1819, m. Mary Austin, 29 June, 1854, at Samuel 
Xorthingtou's plantation, Tenn. She was daughter of Asa 
and Susannah Stewart (Forbes) Austin, and was b. Homer, 
X. Y., 18 Nov., 1S23, 

Mr. Phelps lived in Cincinuatus, X. Y., five years, in Cort- 
land, N. Y., 20 years, and in Morrisville, X. Y., forty years. 
He was a harness-maker and the last ten years a broker. He 
d. in Morrisville, X. Y., 16 May, 1891. His widow in 1896 
resided in Morrisville, X. Y. 

Children, b. Morrisville, X. Y. : 

10455. I- A son, b. 17 June, 1855, d. 17 June, 1X55. 

10456. II. A son, b. 17 June, 1855, d. 3 July, 1855. 



Eighth Generation. rooy 

+ 10457. III. Susannah Stewart, b. 26 Dec, 1857, m. 

Simeon Henry Gage. 

10458. IV. Henry Samuel, b. 7 Nov., 1859, d. 13 May, 

1S86. 

6722. Amelia Caroline Phelps, b. Eaton, 
N. Y., 7 June, 1823, m. George W. Aver, 24 Sept,, 1844. 
He was b. De Ruyter, N. Y., 18 March, 1819, resided in De 
Ruyter, where lie d. 18 Oct., 1852, and where his wife d. 13 
Dec, 1846. No issue. 

6723. Charlotte Ann Phelps, b. Eaton, N. 

Y., 26 Sept., 1825, m. Warren Cone, 8 Jan., 1844. Settled 
in Chesterfield, Ohio, where his wife died 26 June, 1850. 

Children, b. Chesterfield, Ohio : 

10459. I, Melissa (Cone), b. 13 May, 1846, m. Robert 

Gibson Clymer, 29 Oct., 1868. 

10460. II. Lucy Maria (Cone), b. 12 June, 1847, m. 

— Hammer, 28 Oct., 1869. 

10461. III. Mary Charlotte (Cone), b. 29 June, 1849,111. 

George Terry Fairfield, 14 April, 1869. 

6725. Mary Elizabeth Phelps, b. Hartford, 
Ct.. 12 June, 1821, m, George Dexter, in Boston, Mass., 1 
Sept., 1845. He was son of Jonathan Marshall and Elizabeth 
(Balch) Dexter, and was b. Billerica, Mass., 16 June, 1809, d. 
in Geneva, Switzerland. 16 July, 1S72. He resided in New 
York City, and was one of the founders of the American 
News Co. His widow resided at 132 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Children : 

+ 10462. I. Frances Amelia (Dexter), b. N. Y. City, 15 

July, 1846, m. Geo. Foster Gregory. 
+ 10463. II. Sarah FUizabeth (Dexter), 1). N. Y. City, 2 

April, 1S49, m. Henry U. Palmer. 

10464. III. William Phelps (Dexter), b. N. Y., City, 18 

March, 1851, d. 30 July, 1N70. 

10465. IV. Benjamin M. (Dexter), b. Tremont, N. Y., 

22 May, 1853, d. 25 Oct., 1882. 

10466. Y. Mary Georgette (Dexter), b. Tremont, N. 

Y., 28 Feb., 1858. 



ioo8 Eighth Generation. 

6726. Frances Amelia Phelps, b. 14 Nov., 
1825, 111. George Dalton Moore, in Boston, Mass,, 13 Nov., 
1851. He was son of Luke and Martha (Hill) Moore, and was 
b. Cambridge, Mass., 19 Feb., 1829. Resided in Winchester, 
Mass., where he d. 12 Nov., 1S96. He was a carpenter. His 
widow resides in Winchester, Mass., 83 Walnut St. 
Children, b. Winchester, Mass.: 

10467. I. Benjamin Dalton (Moore), b. 28 June, 185? 

10468. II. Abby Louisa " b. 21 Sept., 1855 

67-17. Mary Elizabeth Phelps, b. Eaton, N 
Y., 24 June, 1826, m. Simeon Switzer, 1 Jan., 1850. He was 
sou of Thomas L. Switzer, and was b. Nelson, Madison Co 
N. Y., 7 April, 1S22. vSettled in Smithfield, Pa., and from 
there, in 1S55, to Eaton, N. Y. He d. 14 Jan., 1S77. 

Children : 

10469. I. Frederick P. (Switzer), b. Smithfield, Pa., 8 

Oct., 1850, m. Emily St. John Tucker, 20 
Dec, 1S93, Resides in Utica, N. Y. 

10470. II. Hattie R. (Switzer), b. Smithfield, Pa., 28 

Dec, 1S51, m. Sanford Chapman Clark, at 

Paris, N. Y., 1 Jan., 1873. 
+ 10471. III. Frank J. (Switzer), b. 22 Feb., 1854, m. 

Eaura Eliza Brown. 
+ 10472. IY. William B. (Switzer), b. Nelson, N. Y., 1 

Nov., 1857, m. Hatty Skilenger. 
10473. V. Adelbert E. (Switzer), b. Eaton, N. Y., 27 

May, 1861, d. Fulton, N. Y., 1 Jan., 1817. 
+ 10474. VI. Mary Josephine (Switzer), b. Eaton, N. Y., 

18 Aug., 1862, 111. Clarissa Taylor. 
+ 10475. VII. Carrie Edith (Switzer). b. Smithfield, Pa,, 21 

April, 1S66, 111. Byron E. Shepard. 

6748. Francis C. Phelps, b. Eaton, N. Y., 
20 Oct., 1828, m. Mary Ann Greenland, at Cazenovia, N, Y. , 
17 June, 1S63. She was daughter of William and Sarah (Mar- 
shall) Greenland, and was b. New York City, 29 May, 1838, 
living in 1896. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Cazenovia, N. Y. He is a merchant. 

Child, b. Cazenovia, N. Y. : 



Eighth Generation. 1009 

10476. I. Howard T., b. 31 Dec, 1876. 

6752 Martha F. Phelps, b. Eaton. N..Y., 1 
Aug., 1840, m. Charles S. Humphrey, 16 Aug., 1864. 
Mr. Humphrey settled in Melrose, N. Y. 

Child, b. Melrose, N. Y.: 

10477. I- Marion S. (Humphrey), b. 11 May, 1869. 

6760. Henry Elijah Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 14 Nov., 1834, m. iS Oct., 1876, Susie E. Olin, b. 
Windsor, Ct., 22 April, 1853, 

Mr. Phelps settled first in Windsor, Ct. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

10478. I. Carrie E., b. 26 Feb., 1S82. 

6761. William Jacobs Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 12 Jan., 1838, m. Elizabeth F. Cooley. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Springfield, Mass., where he d. 22 
April, 1S82. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

10479. !• Mary A. 

10480. II. Christina H. 

10481. III. Rachel Jacobs. 

6762. Abraham Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 24 
Jan., 1840, m. a German lady residing in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Newark, N. J. 

Children : 

10482. I. Henry. 

10483. II. Emily. 

10484. III. Edgar. 

6764 Juliette Keziah Coman, b. Morris- 

ville, N. Y., 18 April, 1828, m. Horace Eastman Griswold, at 
Eaton, N. Y., 1854. 

Settled in Fremont, Neb. 

Children : 

+ 10485. I. Francis Milton (Griswold), b. Smithfield, 

N. Y., 6 May, 1858, m. Ella Fisher. 

(11-12) 



ioto Eighth Generation. 

10486. II. Edwin Coman (Griswold), b. Eaton, N. Y., 

6 Dec, i860, m. Fanny B. Conwell, 18 Oct., 
1882. 

10487. III. Helen Maria (Griswold). b. Morrisville, N. 

Y., 3 Nov., 1862, m. William L. Shed, at 
Denver, Col., 5 June, 1883. 

0705. Winslow Smith Coman, b. Morris- 
ville, N. Y., 15 March, 1830, in. Elizabeth Lewis at Morris- 
ville, N. Y. , 1S53. She was probably b. 17 Feb., 1830, 
daughter of Conway and Adelia (Cnrtiss) Lewis. 

Mr. Coman settled in Morrisville, N. Y,, and Chicago, 111. 

Children, b. Morrisville, X. Y.: 

10488. I. Helen Elizabeth (Coman), b. June, 1854, d. 

23 May, i860. 

10489. II. Stephen Conway (Coman), b. 1 June, 1869, 

m. - -Danders, Sept., 1874. 

0760. Charles Henry Coman, b. Morrisville, 
N. Y., 1 Sept., 1836, m. Louisa Melissa Bicknell, 1859 
Mr. Coman settled in Iowa City, Iowa. 

Child, b. Iowa City, Iowa : 

+ 10490. I. Louis Bicknell, (Coman), b. 20 June, 1862, 

m. Ethelyn Rose Friend. 

0707. Edwin Reed Coman, b. Morrisville, N. 
Y., 26 Oct., 1840, m. Maria Carleton Bonny, 1963. 

Mr. Coman settled at Morrisville, N. Y.. and Hamilton, N. Y. 

Children, b. Morrisville, N. Y. : 

10491. I. Laura May (Coman), b. 27 Oct., 1863. 

10492. II. Caroline b. 20 Nov., 1867. 

Graduated at Yassar in 1804. 

10493. ill- Harriet Jeanette (Coman), b. 3 June, 1870. 

10494. IV. Grace Elizabeth b. 10 Oct., 1:876. 

0774- John Perit Huntington, b. 14 Feb., 
1807, m. Sarah C. Perkins. 

Children : 



Eighth Generation. 



101 1 



10495 
10496 
10497 
10498 
10499 
10500 
10501 
10502 



I. Mary P. 



(Huntington). 



II. Francis Perkins 

III. Francis Perkins 

IV. Francis Perkins 
V. Charles P. 

VI. John P. 
VII. Abby Perkins 
VIII. Samuel Henry 



d. in infancy, 
d, in infancy, 
d. aged 17 yrs. 

d. in infancy, 
d. in infancy, 
d. in infancy. 



6774a. Charles Webster Huntington, b. 
16 July, 180S, m. Sarah F. Spear. 

Child : 

10503. I. Julia Howitt (Huntington), m. Proctor 

Huntington. 

6774b. Ruth Leffingwell Huntington, b. 
10 March, 1810, m. 2 June, 1830, James Leonard Ripley, b. 
March 18, 1806, son of Dwight and Eliza (Coit) Ripley, of 
Norwich, Ct. Res. Norwich, Ct. 

Children, b. Norwich, Ct,: 

10504. I. Charles Phelps Huntington (Ripley), b. 

Nov. 26, 1832, 111. Harriet Ingersoll. 

10505. II. Martha (Ripley), b. July 23, 1S34. 

10506. III. Mary Perit (Ripley), b. Oct. 7, 1S36, 111. 

Henry R. Bond. 

10507. IV. Grace (Ripley), b. June 18, 1838, d. August 

9. iS39- 

10508. V. William Coit (Ripley), b. May 29, 1S40. 

10509. VI. Samuel Huntington (Ripley), b. June 9, 

1S42, d. August 5, 1843. 

6775a. Benjamin Franklin Huntington, 
b. Oct. 24, 1813, m. Maria L. Huntington. 

Children : 

105 10. I. Emily Lee (Huntington). 

10511. II. Joseph Lawsi hi 

10512. III. Weatherby 

10513. IV. Hannah Phelps 

10514. V. Maria Perit " 
iosis. VI. Maria Perit 



d. in infancy 



ioi2 Eighth Generation, 

(J775. James Muxroe Huntington, b. Nor- 
wich, Ct., or New York City, Aug. 18, 1817, m. Emily 
Brewster Meach, m. 2nd Sarah E. Burgess. 

Child, by 1st wife : 

105 1 6. I. Roscoe (Huntington). 

Child, by 2nd wife : 

105 1 7. II. Julia (Huntington). 

(JT77. Hepzibah P. Williams, b. Stonington, 
Ct., Feb. 9, 1816, d. May 2, 1S41, m. March 2. I836, Dr. 
William Hyde, who died Sept. 25, I873, and was son of Dr. 
William Hyde. 

(Dr. Hyde m. 2nd Sept. n, 1853, Ellen Williams. No 
issue.) 

He was a physician in Stonington, Ct. 

Children, b. Stonington, Ct.: 

10518. I. William Williams (Hyde), b. Nov. 18, 1836. 

d. July 20, 1S56. 

10519. II. Charles W. (Hyde), b. April 1, 1838, d. Jan. 

14, 1839. 

10520. III. Edward (Hyde), b. Oct. 12, 1839, d. Dec. 22, 

1839. 

1052 1. IV. Son (Hyde), b. April 29, 1841, d. May 6, 

1 84 1. 

(>? 78. . Hannah Elizabeth Williams, b. Ston- 
ington, Ct., Nov. 16, 181 7, m. Sept. 9, 1841, Courtland P. 
Dixon. Res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children : 

10522. I. Nathan F. (Dixon), b. Aug. 24, 1842, d. 

July 23, 1843. 

10523. II. Courtland P. (Dixon), b. May 10, 1845, d. 

July 31, 1847. 

10524. III. William P. (Dixon), b. March 19, 1847. in. 

Eveline F. Babcock. * 

10525. IV. Hannah E. (Dixon), b. Feb. 16, 1849, m. 

Henry Barnes. 

10526. V. Priscilla P. (Dixon), b. Feb, 25, 1851, m. 

Thomas Sloane. 



Eighth Generation. roij 

10527. VI. Courtland P. (Dixon), b. July 8, 1853. 

10528. VII. Ephraim W. " b. Feb. 18, 1855. 

10529. VIII. George A. ' b. May 6, 1857. 

10530. IX. Ephraim W. b. April 14, 1859. 

10531. X. Pauline \V. b. Jan. 4, 1862. 

6781. Sarah Potter Williams, b. Stoning- 
ton, Ct., May 1, 1825, d. May iS, 1877, m. Oct. 21, 1S46, 
William P. Palmer. 

Children: 

10532. I. William L. (Palmer), b. Sept. 16, 1S47. 
10532 a. II. Theodore b. April 5, 1849, m. 

Elizabeth P. Denison. 
10532b. IIP Sarah W. " b. Nov. 2, 1858. 

6782. Ephraim Williams, b. Stoniugton, Ct., 
Dec. 1, 1826, m. Oct. 19, 1849, Pauline Denniston, who died 
Nov. 26, 1870. He m. 2nd, July 5, 1S73, May Denison Bab- 
cock, daughter of Giles and Ann (Denison) Babcock. 

Child by first wife: 

10533. I- Ephraim (Williams), b. Dec. 30, 1850, d. 

March 14, 1853. 

Children by second wife: 

10533a. II. Maud Cleveland (Williams), b. April 22, 

1874. 
10533b. IIP Ephraim (Williams), b. June 13, 1S75. 

6785. Emeline Pendleton Williams, b. 
Stoniugton, Ct., May 18, 1832, m. Oct. 23, 1855, by Rev. 
William Clift, Jabish Holmes, b. Stonington, Ct., Oct. 26, 
181 2, son of Jabish and Pydia (Clift) Holmes. 

Mr. Holmes was a merchant in New York and in Detroit, 
Mich., and retired from business and settled in Stoninsr- 
ton, Ct. 

Children: 

10534. I. Sarah Williams (Holmes), b. Stonington, 

Ct., July 3, 1856. 
10534a., II. Jabish (Holmes), b. Detroit, Mich., Aug. 14, 

1857- 



ioij. Eighth Generation. 

10534b. III. Elizabeth Dennison (Holmes), b. Detroit, 
Mich., May 6, 1861. 

6786. Amos Denison Williams, b. Stouing- 
ton, Ct., June 30, 1834, in. Dec. 24, 1S60, Elizabeth Fitch. 

Children: 

10535. I- Amos L. (Williams), b. Nov. 21, 1870. 
10535 a. II. Ephraim " b. April 12, 1S72. 

6787. Joseph Phelps Williams, b. Stoning- 
ton, Ct., Aug. 8, 1S36, m. Oct. 24, 1S66, Elizabeth Towne. 

Children : 

10536. I. Joseph (Williams), b. Nov. 2, 1S67. 
10536a. II. Elizabeth T. (Williams), b. Nov. 7, 187 1. 
10536b. III. Son " b. Oct. 14, 1878. 

6788. Martha Jane Williams, b. Stoning- 
ton, Ct., July 27, 1838, m. Sept. 9, 1868, John H. Hunter. 

Children : 

io 537- I- Esther S. (Hunter), b. Jan. 15, 1871. 

10537a. II. Emeline M. " b. March 16, 1873. 

Two other children died young, 

6789. Charles P. Williams, b. Stoniugton, 
Ct., August 10, 1840, m. Oct. 28, 1868, Fanny Mallory. 

Children : 

10538, I. Fanny M. (Williams), b. July 13, 1869. 
10538a. II, Charles M. " b. Oct. 16, 1S72. 

10539. HI- Kate M. b. March 19, 1874. 

6791, Mary Williams, b. after 1830. m. Cod- 
dington Billings. 

Child: 

i"54o. I. Coddington (Billings), d. unmarried. 

6793. Georgiana Williams, b. after 1833, m. 
George H. Warner. 

Children: 

10541. I. Constance Whitney (Warner). 

10542. II. George Henry " 



Eighth Generation. 1015 

6794. Charles P. Williams, b. Stonington, 
Ct., about 1838, m. Elizabeth Brooks. 

Child: 

10543. I- Elizabeth (Williams). 

(>?!>G. Henry Babcock Noyes, b. .Stonington, 
Ct., 14 May, 1814, m. Sarah Holdridge. 

Children: 

10544. I- William Lord (Noyes), d. mini. 

+ 10545. II- Martha Phelps " m. Edward Lucas. 

6799. ELLEN Phelps, b. Stonington, Ct.,July 
8, 1831, d. April 6, 1S97, m. July 11, 1S49, Eugene Edwards, 
b. Hartford, Ct., August, 1819, son of Jonathan Walter and 
Elizabeth (Tryon ) Edwards. Res. Stonington, Ct. 

Children, b. Stonin'gtou, Ct.: 

10546. I. Elizabeth Tryon (Edwards), b. Sept. 19, 

[851, d. Oct., 1896, m. Pierrepont Allen 
Greene. • No issue. 

10547. II. Eugene Phelps (Edwards), b. Nov. 28, 1862. 

Res. Chicago, 111., num. Is with Phelps, 
Dodge & Palmer Co. 

6S03. Franklin Babcock Noyes, b. Wester- 
ly, R. I., 22 June, 1831, Removed with his father to Stoning- 
ton, Ct., m. Harriet Thompson. He m. 2nd Mrs. Harriet 

Palmer, widow of Nathaniel Palmer, and daughter of 

Wilder. By her he had no issue. 

Children by 1st wife: 
1054s. I. James (Noyes). 

10549, II. Henry Babcock " 

6812. John Jay Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 19 
Oct., 1833, 111. Mary 'Stowe, of West field, Mass. She d. and 
he m. 2nd Ellen Eliza Benton, 24 June, 1858, in Fair Haven, 
Ct. She was daughter of Seth Farnum and Eliza (Cooper) 
Benton, and was b. Fair Haven, Ct., 19 March, 1S3S. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Fair Haven, Ct., for a short time, 
removing from there to New Haven, Ct., where he d. 7 Nov., 
1878. 



ioi6 Eighth Generatioji. 

Child, by ist wife, b. Fair Haven, Ct.: 

10550. I. William Stowe, b. , d. Nov. 4, 1872. 

Children, by 2nd wife : 

1055 1. II. Nellie Brainard, b. Fair Haven, Ct., 9 Dec., 

i860. 

10552. III. Hattie Benton, b. New Haven, Ct., 27 Dec., 

1863. 

10553. LV. John Jay, b. New Haven, Ct., 19 Sept., 

1867. Res. New York City. Is with the 
New Haven Clock Co. 

68 14-. Caroline Lord Barber, b. Warehouse 
Point, Ct., about 1820, m. Rev. James Wiley. 

He was an Episcopal clergyman, and had parishes in Say- 
brook, Litchfield and Bridgeport, Ct. He d. in Bridgeport, 
Ct. * 

She m. 2nd - - Sanford, of Bridgeport, Ct. 

Children, by ist husband, b. Bridgeport, Ct.: 

10554. L Marshall (Wiley), d. young. 

10555. LI. Elizabeth b. 7 Sept., 1854, d. young. 

Child, by 2nd husband, b. Bridgeport, Ct.: 

10556. III. Elizabeth (Sanford), m. Alfred P. Redfield, 

and had one child, Caroline Elizabeth. 

6815. William Thompson Barber, b. Ware- 
house Point, Ct., 7 July, 1825, m. Mary Jagger Post, in New- 
York City, 3 Nov., 1847. 

Mr. Barber settled in New York City. 

Children, b. New York, City : 

10557. L William Thompson (Barber), b. 6 Oct. , 184S, 

d. 16 March, 1852. 

10558. II. Joseph King (Barber). 

10559. III. Bethuel Phelps (Barber), b. 26 Feb., 1853, 

d. 31 August, 1854. 

10560. IV. Buckley Phelps (Barber), b. 26 Feb., 1853, 

d. 25 Sept., 185S. 

10561. V. Margaret Louisa (Barber). 



Eighth Generation. zoiy 

6S17. Horace Barber, b. Warehouse Point, 
Ct., 31 Oct., 1837, m. Caroline Watkinson Allyn, 6 Oct., 
1S69, 

Child : 

10562. I. Ginevra Allyn (Barber), b. 15 Aug., 1871, 

d. 6 Feb., 1S90, at Mentone, France. 

6824. Thomas Bezaleel Sexton, b. Ware- 
house Point, Ct., 28 Nov., 1839, m. Celia Emma Mowry, of 
Poquonoc, who d. at Warehouse Point, Ct., 19 Nov., 1869. 

Mr. Sexton resided at Warehouse Point, Ct., and New 
Haven, Ct. 

Child, b. New Haven, Ct.: 

10563. I. Cecil Mowry (Sexton), b. 18 Nov., 1869, d. 

28 July, 1870. 

6828. George Hobart Sexton, b. Ware- 
house Point, Ct., 20 Oct., 1857, m. Mary Lord, at Warehouse 
Point, Ct., 23 June, 1874. 

Mr. Sexton resided at Warehouse Point, Ct. 

Children, b. Warehouse Point, Ct,: 

10504. I. William Lord (Sexton), b. 22 April, 1875. 

10565. II. Mary Lord " b. 9 Nov. , 1885. 

6835. Maria Antoinette Wright, b. Meri- 
den, Ct., March 17, 1852, m. April 30, 1872, Henry L. 
Hunter, at New Haven, Ct. 
Res. New York city. 

Children : 

10566. I. Dexter R. (Hunter). 

10567. II. Ashelba Phelps 

10568. III. Harold C. 

« 

6845. Rev. Charles Edward Davis Phelps, 
b. Whitehall, N. Y., 28 March, 1851, m. Elizabeth S. Mott, 
in Philadelphia, Pa., 12 Sept., 1888. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated at college, studied theology, was 
•ordained 5 June, 1S87, and was for a time in Washington, 
D. C. No issue. 



ioi8 Eighth Generation. 

6846. Rev. Arthur Sanford Phelps, b. 
Whitehall, N. \\. 12 June, 1885, m. Gertrude L. Tappan, at 
Washington, D. C. 30 Oct., 1SS9. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated at college, studied theology, was- 
located at Washington, D. C, and Shelburne Falls, Mass. 

Children, b. Shelburne Falls, Mass.: 

10569. I. Wiuthrop M., b. 11 April, 1894. 

10570. II. Charles F., b. 11 Dec, 1895. 

6859. Oramel BiGELOW, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
3 June, iMS, m. Jane Williams, at Livonia, Livingston Co., 
X. Y., 25 March, 1847. She was daughter of Lemuel and 
Sarah (Chase) Williams, and was b. Coxsackie, N. Y. , 15 
June, 1824. 

Mr. Bigelow settled in Grovelaud, Livingston Co., N. Y. 
He was a farmer and for a time resided in Quincy, 111. 

Children, b. Quincy, 111.: 

1057 1. I; Sarah (Bigelow), b. 30 Aug., 1848. 

10572. II. Clermont " b. iS July, 1849, d. Grove- 

land, N. Y., 8 Dec, 1880. 

6860. Revilo BiGEEOW, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
9 Oct., 1820, m. Sarah Alice Wilbur, in Rochester, N. Y., 21 
June, 1S55. She was daughter of Stephen and Sarah (Lap- 
hum) Wilbur, and wash. 5 March, 1S26, d. Rush, Monroe Co., 
N. Y., 19 April- 1S52. He m. 2nd Mrs. Nancy (St. Clair) 
Haynes, at Genesee, N. Y., 3 Jan., 1S60. She was daughter 
of Robert T. and Margaret (Finney) St. Clair, and was b. 
Genoa, X. Y., 6 April, [824. 

Mr. Bigelow settled in Geneva, X. Y. He is a farmer. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Geneva, X. Y.: 

10573. I. Alfred (Bigelow). 

10574. II- Sarah Alice " 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Genesee, X. Y.: 

10575. III. Varner (Bigelow), b. Nov. 5, 1S60. 

10576. IV. Finette " b. Oct. 8, 1867. 

6861. Daniel Bigelow, b. Genesee, X. Y., 4 
Dec, 1822, m. Helen A. Whitney, at Avon, N. Y., 8 Oct., 



Eighth Generation. ioig 

1886. She was daughter of David and Nancy (Moore), Whit- 
ney, and was b. Avon, Livingston Co., N. Y., 15 April, 1S28. 
Mr. Bigelow settled in Genesee, X. Y. He is a farmer. 

Children : 

10577. I- Harriet A. (Bigelow), b. Avon, N. Y, 13 

August, 1858. 

10578. II. Edward E. (Bigelow), b. Genesee, N. Y. , 30 

Dec., 1864. 

6862. Harvey Bigelow, b. Genesee, X. Y., 1 
May, 1x25, in. Maria Van Buskirk, at Rochester, X, Y., 28 
Dec, 184S. She was daughter of Garret and Elizabeth Yan 
Buskirk, and was 1). Henrietta, Monroe Co., X, Y., 17 May, 
1821. 

Mr. Bigelow settled in Rush, Monroe Co., X. Y. He is a 
carriage maker. 

Children, b. Rush, X. Y.: 

10579. I. Sarah Frances (Bigelow) b. 8 Dec, 1S49, d. 

24 Aug., 1877. 

10580. II, Lydia Jane b. 10 Sept., 1851. 

10581. III. Charles H. . " b. 5 Oct., 1853. 
105S2. IV. Sarah " b, 25 July, 1859, 
10583. V. Merritt " b. 17 Dec, 1864. 



i?. Edward Bigelow, b. Genesee, X. Y., 
14 May, 1837, m. Lucy Hart Brown, in Granville, 111., 26 
Aug., 1865. She was daughter of George and Mary (Perkins) 
Brown, and was b. Fitchburg, Mass., 26 May, 1843. 

Mr. Bigelow lived in Granville, 111., Austin, Minn., and 
Troy, 111. * 

Children : 

105S4. I. Katie (Bigelow), b. Granville, 111., 13 Aug., 

1867, d. 11 Aug., 186S. 

10585. II. Edward Brown (Bigelow), b. Granville, 111., 

16 Nov., 1869, d. 25 Sept., 1870. 

10586. III. George Francis (Bigelow), b, Granville, 111., 

1 Sept., 1871, 

10587. i\". Mary Constance (Bigelow), b. Austin, Minn., 

13 July, 1877. 



1020 Eighth Generation. 

10588. V. Charles Albert (Bigelow). b. Austin, Minn., 

1 Nov., 1S88. 

6868. Henry Phelps, b. Corfu, X. Y., 6 Oct.. 
1828, m. Emma E. Gunn, at New Haven, Ct., 11 Nov., 1855. 
She was daughter of John and Phebe (Mallory) Gunn, and 
was b. South Farms, Ct., 4 Jan., 1834. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Corfu, X. Y. , from there to 
Anna, 111., and from there to Bolivia, X. Y., where he now 
lives. 

Children : 

10589. I. Frank B., b. Corfu. X. Y. . 8 Feb., 1858, d. 

3 August, 1864. 

10590. II. Edward B. Ames, b. Corfu, X. Y., 7 Sept., 

1 86 1, d. 4 July, 1S64. 

10591. III. Emma L.. b. Anna, 111., 13 Sept., 1865, d. 

13 Nov., 1874. 

10592. IY George H., b. Anna, 111., 24 July, 1S67. 

10593. v - Frederick G., b. Anna, 111., 3 June, 1S70, 

d. 5 July, 1 888. 

6869. Lot-isa Phelps, b. Corfu, X. Y., 4 
Nov., 1830, m. George D. Xewell, S Nov., 1857, in Stafford, 
X. Y. He was son of John and Chloe (Haskins) Xewell, and 
was b. 4 May, 1826. He settled in Flushing, Mich., where 
he d. and where his widow now resides. 

Children, b. Corfu, X. Y.: 

10594. I. Eva M. (Xewell), b. 23 Dec, 1855, m. Wil- 

liam Barnes, 21 Dec, 1876. 

10595. II. Alydia A. (Xewell), b. 16 Jan., 1857, num., 

d. 12 Aug., 1S79. 
T0596. III. Minor H. (Xewell), b. 29 Jan., 1861, m. 
Jennie Ober, 30X0V., 1S86. 

10597. IV - Cyrus P. (Xewell), b. 12 July, 1S65. 

10598. V. Clara H. (Xewell), b. 27 Oct.. 1868. 

(>S70. Sarah Phelps, b. Corfu, X. Y.', 2 
Dec, 1832, m. Seth D. Boughton, 9 Oct., i860. 
Settled in Buffalo, X. Y. Res. 355 Swan Street. 



Eighth Geiieration. 102 r 



"■£> 



Children, b. Buffalo, N, Y. : 

10599. I- Lona (Boughton), b. 17 Oct., 1861, m. Geo. 

Williams. 

10600. II. Charles G. (Boughton), 17 Oct., 1S63. 

6871. Harvey B. Phelps, b. Corfu, N. Y., 4 
June, 1835, in. Lucy Ann Jones, at Akron, N. Y., 24 Oct., 
1866. She was daughter of Levi and Sally (Chase) Jones, and 
was b. at Darien, N. Y., 9 Sept., 1S30. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Corfu, X. Y., but for a while resided in Buffalo, N. Y., and 
now lives in Corfu. 

Children: 

10601. I. Florence M., b. Corfu, N. Y., 14 July, 1868, 

m. 28 Nov., 1888. 

10602. II. Frank, b. Corfu, X. Y., 19 March, 1870. 

10603. HI. Charles, b. Buffalo, X. Y., 12 Jan., 1872. 

10604. IV. An infant, b, Buffalo, X. Y., 22 April, 1873, 

d. same day. 

6S72. Cyrus Phelps, b. Corfu, X. Y., 3 Dec, 
1837, m. Jennie Davis, at Fast Wheatland, 111., 15 June, 1846. 
Mr. Phelps in i860 removed to Southern 111., where his 
brother Henry then resided. In 1861 he enlisted in the 10th 
Regt. Mo. Inft. Yol., Co. F, and served for three years, and 
was in the following battles: Siege of Corinth, Miss., May, 
1S62, battle of Iroka, Sept., 1862, Corinth, 3-4 Oct., 1862, 
embarkation of the Yazoo expedition, Xov., 1863, and in the 
rear of Yicksburgh, and at Jackson, Miss., 14 March, 1863, 
Champion Hill, 16 May, 1863, siege of Yicksburgh, 43 days, 
terminating 4 July, 1863, marched across the country from 
Memphis, Tenu., 300 miles, to Charleston, S. C, and at the 
battle of — — , 25 Xov., 1863. During these battles he 

did not receive a scratch, though he had his hat shot off. 
After the war he settled in Buffalo, X. Y., and was in the 
express business for fourteen years, removing to Central 111., 
and from there to Flushing, Mich., where he now lives. 

Children: 

10605. I- Cyrus C, b. Danforth, 111., 6 Aug., 1867, d. 

1 Sept., 1869. 

10606. II. Thely May, b. Buffalo, X. Y., 25 June, 1870. 

10607. III. Martin D., b. Buffalo, X. Y.\ 26. June, 1878. 



io22 Eighth Generation. 

6877. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Bolivar, N. Y., 
17 Feb., 1S32, m. 3 July, 1851, Legrand J. Griffin, b. 6 Nov., 
1S27. Settled in Bolivar, N. Y. 

Children, b. Bolivar, N. Y.: 

1060S. I. Lucy E. (Griffin), b. 29 June, 1833. 

10609. II- Ada Inez. Cummings (Griffin), b. 27 Oct., 

1856, d. 15 Nov., 1S74. , 

6878. Henry W. Phelps, b. Bolivar, N. Y., 
2 Jul_\', 1833, m. Melissa Buffnm, 14 Oct., 1873. Res. Bolivar, 
N. Y. 

Children, b. Bolivar, N. Y. : 

10610. I. Francis M., b. 10 Sept., 1874. 

1061 1. II. Grace A., b. 25 Aug., 1878. 

6883. Gustavus Phelps, b. Meriden, Ct., 24 
August, 1S36, m. Martha Cooke Hall, at Wallingford, Ct., 13 
Jan., 1861. She was daughter of Elihu and Martha Ann 
(Cooke) Hall, and was b. Walliugtord, Ct,, 12 April, 1840. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Wallingford, Ct. He was a master 
mechanic. He d. there 13 April, 1878. 

Children, b. Wallingford, Ct.: 

10612. I. Charles Andrew, b, 27 July, 1S63, d. 18 Oct., 

1863. 

106 13. II. Oliver Austin, b. iS March, 1865, unmar- 

ried. 

10614. III. Charles Gustavus, b. 24 Jan., 1S70, m. Jane 

A. Judd, at Wallingford, Ct., 1 Oct., 1895, 
daughter of Edward M. and Jona (Peck) 
Judd, and b. New Haven, Ct., 8 March, 
1872, No issue. 

6890. Sarah EmeLINE Carrier, b. Marl- 
borough, Ct., 11 Oct., 1846, m. at Elmira, N. Y., 19 Feb., 
1874, Myron H, Tarbox, son of Henry and Julia (Brainard) 
Tarbox, and b. Scottsvillt, N. Y., 20 Jan., 1843. He is a 
merchant and has resided in Scottsville, Bolivar and Lock- 
port, N. Y. 

Children, b. Fockport, N. Y. : 

10615. I. Alfred Brainard (Tarbox), b. 4 Jan,, 1S75. 

106 16. IF Julia Carrier ' b, 26 Oct., 1879. 



Eigh th Gene ra tio n. 10 2j 

6895. Anna E. Phelps, b. Fredericks, Aid., 
1 8 Nov,, 1825, m. 12 Dec., 1843, Col. James Wallace, b. 14 
March, 1818. He was a prominent lawyer. At the time of 
the breaking out of the Civil War, although quite a large 
slave-holder, he raised and commanded the first regiment of 
Maryland Vol. In the battle of Gettysburg his men were 
badly cut to pieces, and the state has erected a monument to 
commemorate their bravery. 

They are both living at Cambridge, Md. 

Children, b. Cambridge, Md.: 

+ 10617. I. James (Wallace), b. Jan., 1850, m. Emma 

McCombs. 
1061S. II. Elizabeth (Wallace), b. Sept., 1852, m. 

Lieut. Samuel L,. Graham, Sept., 18S0. 

He is of U. S. Navy. No issue. 
+ 10619. III. Maurice Phelps (Wallace), b. Aug., 1S56, 

m. Dorsey Bryan. 

10620. IV. Mary (Wallace), b. 31 July, 1864, m. Wil- 

liam Groome Dawson, Feb., 1884. Res. 
Faston, Md. No issue. 

6896. John Asahel Phelps, b. Frederick, 
Md. Graduated at Dickinson College, studied law and was 
admitted to the bar in Faston, Md. He settled in Rockford, 
111., where he practiced law and where he d. Aug., 1854. 

Mr. Phelps m. Anna Clark, of Rockford, 111. 

Child, b. Rockford, 111.: 

1062 1. I. Frances, m. No issue. 

6897. Francis Philo Phelps, M. D., b. 
Frederick, Md., 11 Aug. ,"1830. He was educated at Wyom- 
ing Seminary in Penn., graduated in medicine at the Univer- 
sity of Maryland in 1853, and practiced medicine in Harford 
Co., Md., until the death of his first wife in i860. 

In 1 86 1 Dr. Phelps enlisted in the army and was commis- 
sioned surgeon of the 1st Regt. Eastern Shore, Md., Vols. 
After the losing of his slaves his father removed to Cambridge, 
Md., and Dr. Phelps removed to the homestead, "Elclon," 
where he has since resided. 



I02J. 



Eighth G e ne ration. 



Dr. Phelps m. Mary Springer, 1853, daughter of Col. David 
Springer, of Harford Co., Md. She d. i860. 

He 111. 2nd, 8 May, 1862, Margaret Triphena Houston, 
daughter of Dr. Henry W, and (Mrs.) Tryphena (XeCompte) 
Houston, and was b. East Newmarket, Md., 1837. (Mrs L,e 
Compte was formerly Miss Dixon.) 



+ 10622. 
+ 10623. 

10624. 



10625 
10626 

10627 

10628 

10629 

10630 
1063 1 



Children by 1st wife, b. Harford Co., Md.: 

I. Florence, b. 7 Nov., 1S54, m. twice. 
II. Nannie Wallace, b. 10 Aug., 1S56. m. Roy 
Hayes. 
III. John Asahel, b, Aug., 1858. Res. Cam- 
bridge, Md. 



Children by 2nd wife, b. Cambridge, Md.: 
I\ 



m. Miss 



Francis Philo, b. 8 March, 1863, 
Byron. Res. Cambridge, Md, 
V. Agnes Houston, b. 31 Jan., 1S65, m. H. L. 
Todd, Salisbury, Md. 
VI. Tryphena, b. 7 March, 1867, m. R. N. Todd, 
Salisbury, Md. 
VII. Joseph White, b. 4 April, 1871, m. Margaret 
Spencer. 
VIII. William Wallace, b. 19 Jan., 1S73. Res. 
Baltimore, Md. 
IX. May, b. 16 Oct., 1875, at home 1898. 
X. Elsie, b. 29 Oct., 1S82, at home 1898. 



0901. Rev. Joseph W. Phelps, b. Washing- 
ton, 111., 37 Dec, 1S42, m. at Morris, 111., 22 Oct., 1872, Jen- 
nie E. Cole, daughter of James L. and Francis C. (Lowe) Cole, 
and b. Westport, Essex Co., N, Y., 1 Aug., 1853, now living 
in vSan Francisco, Cal, 

Rev. .Mr. Phelps graduated and studied divinity, and is 
now a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church, in San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Children : 

10632. I. Lottie May, b. Chicago, 111.. 11 July, 1S74. 

10633. IF Fannie Maud, b. Lemont, 111., 2 Sept., 1875. 

10634. IFF Joseph W., b. La Salle, 111., 11 Dec, 1876. 



Eighth Generation. 1025 

10635. IV. Mary Estelle, b. Chicago, 111., 10 Dec. ,1879. 

10636. V. Bessie Darlene, b. " " 15 Jan., 1884. 

10637. VI. Helen Fowler, b. Omaha, Neb., 20 Nov., 

1886. 

10638. VII. George Elliot, b. Pomona, Cal., 20 Jan., 

1890. 

10639. VIII. Charles Romano, b. Pasadena, Cal., b. 

March 8, 1891. 

6919. Dr. Henry Phelps Perkins, b. Lyme, 
N. H., 25 Dec, 1832, m. Stella L. Bnrnham, 30 July, 1857. 
She was daughter of Walter Buruham, M. D., of Lowell, 
Mass. 

Dr. Perkins resided in Lowell, Mass. 

Children, b. Lowell, Mass.: 

10640. I. Walter Burnham (Perkins), b. 17 May, 1858, 

m. Ellen S. B. 29 Dec, 1894. 

+ 10641. II. Henry Phelps (Perkins), b. 30 Jan., i860, 

m. Helen B. Anthony. 
+ 10642. III. Isabelle Adams (Perkins), b. Jan.. 1S62, m. 

Henry D. Kendall. 

10643. IV. Frank Gardner (Perkins), b. 4 Dec, 1866, 

m. Gertrude M. Sleyter, 6 June, 1S92. 

(> ( .>'2*2. Susan Amanda Brown, b. Claremont, 
N. H., 10 Feb.. 1837, m. Henry Jndkins, 9 Oct., 1866. He 
settled in Claremont, N. H. 

Child, b. Claremont, N, H.: 

10644. I- Fanny (Judkins). 

6923. Frank Herbert Brown, b. Clare- 
mont, N. H., 2 Feb., 1854, m. Susan Farwell Potter, 9 Oct., 
1S77. Mr. Brown settled in Claremont, X. H. 
Child, b. Claremont, N. H,: 

10645. I. Ruth (Brown). 

6N72. Grace J. Babcock, b. Hartford, Ct., 4 
Oct., 1851, m. 6 May, 1874, G. Dwight Burnham, b. Fast 
Hartford, Ct., where he settled. 

Children, b. Fast Hartford, Ct.: 

(11-13) 



io26 Eighth Generation . 

10646. I. Horace Monroe (Buruham), b. 12 Oct., 1875. 

10647. II. Alice Grace b. 28 Dec, 1878. 

10648. III. Hattie Phelps " b. 28 Aug., 1880. 

6973. Gertrude Redfield Phelps, b. Hart- 
ford, Ct., 4 March, 1844, m - Dr. William Boardman Reed, 22 
June, 1 87 1. 

Dr. Reed graduated and studied medicine, and settled in 
Atlantic City, N. J. 

Child, b. Atlantic City, N. J.: 
1 10649. I- Harmon Phelps (Reed), b. 1 Oct,, 1881. 

6988. Harriet Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 21 
Feb., 1793. Removed with her father to Homer, N. Y., m. 
William Button, 1812. Settled in Homer, N. Y., where she 

d. 1829. 

Children, b. Homer, N. Y.: 

10650. I. William (Dutton). 

1065 1. II. Amanda 

690S. Emily Plielps, b. Hebron, Ct., 31 Aug., 
1799. Removed with her parents to Homer, N. Y. , m. 
Joseph Gleason, b. Kirkland, N. Y., where he settled and 
died, 

Child, b, Kirkland, N. Y.: 

10652. I. Child, (Gleason), died in infancy. 

6992. Dr. Alonzo Kthelbert Phelps, b. 
Cazenovia, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1804, m. 17 Feb., 1S32, Julia Brad- 
ley, b. Cayuga Co., N. Y., 5 Oct., 1814, d. Sandwich, 111., 25 
Dec,, 186S. 

Dr. Phelps removed with his parents to Homer, N. Y., 
graduated at college, studied medicine and settled in Kirk- 
land, N. Y., where he practiced for many years. Later in 
Jife he removed to Sandwich, 111. 

Children, 1>. Kirkland, N. Y., except first: 
+ 10653. L Emily A., b. Mecklenburg, N, Y., 9 Oct., 

1834, m. John Vernon. 
+ 10654. Ik Elizabeth S., b. 27 Sept., 1837, m. Frederick 

Massey. 
+ 10655. HI- Julia Bradley, b. 36 July, 1839, m, twice. 



Eighth Generation. 102 j 

+ 10656. IV. Mary Brainard, b. 26 July, 1839, m. Jos. 

Phelps Adams. No. 10664. 
10657. V. Francis Bradley, b. 29 May, 1847, m. Min- 

nie Adams at Sandwich, N. Y. , 25 Sept., 
Sept., 1869, No issue. Divorced 1886. 

+ 1065S. VI. William C, b. 16 Jan., 1S49, m. Frances 

Josephine Root. 

10659. VII. Walter Alouzo, b, 23 July, 1851, d. 2 Feb., 

1S60. 

0093. Samantha Phelps, b, Homer, N. V., 
12 Jan., 1807. Removed with her father to Geneva, N. Y., 
m. Zenas Tillotson. 

Children : 

10660. I. Henry (Tillotson). Settled in Marshall, 

Mich. 

1066 1. II. Lewis Settled in Sheboygan, 

Wis. 

10662. III. Willie " vSettled in Kearney, 

N. B. 
Also five children not named. 

(>1M>4. Lydia A. Phelps, b. Homer, N. Y., 3 
Dec, 1 8 14. Removed with her father to Lansing, N. Y. , m. 
Augustus Adams, 21 Oct., 1832. 

Mr. Adams settled in Pine Valley, N. Y., Greenwood, N. 
Y. , and Elgin, 111. 

Children: 

+ 10663. I- Darius (Adams), b. Pine Valley, N. Y., 26 

Aug., 1834, m. twice. 
10664. II. Joseph Phelps (Adams), b. Pine Valley, N. 

Y., iS Sept., 1835, m. Mary B, Phelps. 

See No. 10656. 
+ 10665. HI. Henry A. (Adams), b. Pine Valley, N. Y., 

21 June, 1837, m. Augusta Carpenter. 
10666. IV. John Q. (Adams), b. Greenwood, N. Y., 23 

July, 1839, m. Helen Bradley, of Marshall, 

111. 
+ 10667. V, Harvey Raymond (Adams), b. Elgin, 111., 29 

Jan., 1842, m. Delphin Woodard. 



1028 Eighth Generation. 

10668. VI. Annie R. (Adams), b. Elgin, 111., 29 May, 
1S44, d. 1844. 
+ 10669. VII. Oliver R. (Adams), b. Elgin, 111,, 10 Sept., 

1845, m. Harriet Armstrong. 
+ 10670. VIII. Walter G. (Adams), b. Elgin, 111., 12 July, 

1848, m. Eunice Cox. 
j 067 1. IX. Charles H. (Adams), b. Elgin, 111., Feb., 

1855- 
6905. Mary Walters Phelps, b. Homer, N. 
Y., 18 Nov., 1 81 9. Removed with her father to Lansing, 
N. Y., m. 21 Sept., 1842, Carmi Wells, b, Henrietta, N. Y., 
11 Sept., 1810. Settled in various places in 111., finally set- 
tling in Elgin, 111. His wife d. there 21 Jan., 1873. 

Children: 

10672. I. Hubbard Wallace (Wells), b. Elgin, 111., 9 

Jan., 1844, m. Anna King, 1876. 

10673. IE Anna Melona (Wells), b. Woosung, 111., 6 

Nov., 1S45, m. Byron E. Carpenter, 30 
Dec, 1S68. 

10674. IIL Cornelia (Wells), b. 111.. 9 Dec, 1847, d. 

Vernon, Mich., 28 Dec, 1S63, unm. 

10675. IV. Carmeuia (Wells), b. 111., 23 Jan., 1850. 

+ 10676. V. Eva St. Clair (Wells), b. Elgin, 111., 12 

March, 1852, m. George B. White. 

10677. VI. Florence (Wells), b. Elgin, 111., 28 Nov., 

1856, d. 20 Feb., 1858. 

10678. VII. Flora (Wells), b. Elgin, 111., 14 April, 1859. 

10679. VIII. Walter " b. " "28 Dec, 1862, 

d. 20 March, 1863. 

69%. Joseph Edwin Phelps, b. Geneva, N. 
Y., 16 Oct., 1825. Removing with his father to Lansing, 
N. Y., m. 24 Sept., 1S45, Harriet Stiles, b. 8 Jan,, 1826. He 
m. 2nd Miss Mabel Morey, 1 Oct., 1861. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Elgin, 111. Later in life he removed 
to Sandwich, 111, 

Children by 1st wife, b. Elgin, 111.: 

10680. I. Joseph Edwin, b. 5 Oct., 1S50, m. Ella Gil- 

lette, Clayville, N. Y., 26 March, .1858. 



Eighth Generation. 1029 



V5 



10681. II. Clara Susannah, b, 18 June, 1852, d. Rome, 

Mich., 1864. 

10682. III. Jane Eliza, b. 21 Nov., 1853. 
Child by 2nd wife, b. Sandwich, 111.: 

10683. IV. Nathaniel Culver, b. 24 April, 1S64. 

6997. Cornelia Susannah Phelps, b. Lans- 
ing, N. Y., 26 Sept., 1827, m. Cornelius C. Stiles, b. Aurora, 
N. Y., 12 Jan., 1S24. Settled in Elgin, 111. 

Children, b. Elgin, 111.: 

10684. I- Emily Gertrude (Stiles), b. 28 June, 1849. 

Settled Chicago, 111. 

10685. H. Luther Harvey (Stiles), b. 4 July, 1851. 

10686. III. William Hemon (Stiles), b. 31 May, 1853, 

A physician in Lexington, 111. 
106S7. IV. Susan Clary (Stiles), b. 20 Aug., 1856. A 

teacher at Sandwich, 111. 

10688. V. Frederick (Stiles), b. 27 Nov., 1857. A 

physician. 

10689. VF Henry Adams (Stiles), b. 27 Nov., 1859. 

A druggist in Chicago, 111. 

10690. VII. Vernon Walter (Stiles), b. 31 Jan., 1861. 

10691. VIII. Katie (Stiles), b. 9 Jan., 1866, d. 17 Aug., 

1867. 

6i)9S. Minerva Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 4 
May, 1802. Removed with her father to Preble, N. Y., m. 
Rufus Stanton, March 8, 1824. He was b. Montgomery Co., 
N. Y., 1788. Settled in Syracuse, N. Y., where he d. 10 
Sept., 1874. His 1st wife, Minerva, d. Syracuse, N. Y. , 29 
Feb., 1836. 

(He 111. 2nd, Minerva Belknap, and had by her three chil- 
dren, a son Holly, who d. in infancy, Diantha, who 111. Henry 
Barnes of Detroit, Mich., and Marius Gardner, who m. Helen 
M. Armersly, of Syracuse, N. Y. He m. for 3rd wife, Polly 
Clark, b. Clarkson, Mich. By her he had no issue. She d. 
in Syracuse, 29 Feb.,. 1880.) 

Children : 

+ 10692. I. Helen Matilda (Stanton), b. 23 Nov., 1826, 

m. Chas. Keene. 



iojo Eighth Generation. 

+ 10693. II. Hemau Huntington (Stanton), b 26 July. 

1828, m. Helen H. Dibble. 
+ 10694. III. Minerva Eliza (Stanton), b. 9 April, 1834, 

m. Henry Bar well. 
Also 3 children who d. young. 

. 6999. Hkmax Huntington Phelps, b. Hebron, 
Ct., 1 Aug., 1804, 111. Esther Maria Parsons, 21 Jan., 1S27. 
She was daughter of James and Mary (Tolman) Parsons, and 
was b. N. Y., 20 Nov., 1S06, d. at Syracuse, N. Y., 20 Dec, 

1834- 

He m. 2nd Mary Jane Britton. 23 Aug., 1835. She was 

daughter of Jonathan and Eva Britton, of Oswego Co., N. Y., 
and was b. 11 March, 1814, d. in Indianapolis, Ind., 9 May, 
1S74. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Syracuse, X. Y. , and from there 
to Oneida, N. Y., and later in Indianapolis, Ind. 

He learned the trade and followed the business of carpenter 
and builder up to 1S36. From that time for twenty five years 
he was employed in constructing railroads in the United 
States and Canada. 

Children, b. Syracuse, N. Y.: 

+ 10695. I- Walter Scott, b. 2 Oct., 1827, 111. Adaline 

Morris. 
+ 10696. II. Sarah Jane, b. 7 Feb., 1830, 111. Geo. T. 

Elliot. 

Children, by 2nd wife : 
+ 10697. HE Willis Burt, b. 6 July, 1836, m." Hattie 

Louisa Smith. 
+ 10698. VI. Wallace Tallmau, b. 6 July, 1S36, m. Hattie 

Honeawall. 
+ 10699. V. Jane Britton, b. 29 May, 1839, m. Delia Ann 

Jacobs. 
+ 10700. VI. Mary Louise P., b. 6 June, 1840, m. Lyman 

E. Douglas, 
f 10701. VII. Florence Ann, b. 16 Feb., 1842, 111. Sidney 

Ravenburgh. 
10702. VIII. James Edwards, b. Oneida, N. Y., 6 Nov., 

1846, d. 6 July, 1S47. 



Eighth Generation. iojr 

7000. Matilda Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 12 
Aug., 1S06. Removed with her father to Preble, N. Y., 111. 
Bradley Carey, 31 Dee., 1830. He was son of Abram Carey. 
He settled in Syracuse, N. Y., and has been a member of 
the Park Presbyterian Church since its organization. He is 
a carpenter. 

Children, b. Chicago, 111.: 
10703. I. Ralph Bradley (Carey), b. 3 Oct., 1832, m. 

Margaret Ogden, of Syracuse. 
+ 10704. II. Sarah Minerva (Carey), b. 20 Dec., 1833. ni. 

Stephen B. Sturgis. 
10705. III. Frances Matilda (Carey), b. 1642. d. 30 
Aug., 1S47. 

7001 Ralph Rowley Phelps, b. Preble, N. 
Y., iS July. 1809, m. Elizabeth Ames, at Syracuse, N. Y., 24 
Oct., 1833. Slit was daughter of Joseph and Sally (Stacy) 
Ames. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Syracuse, N. Y., in 1828. He car- 
ried on the business of carriage making. He and his wife 
were both active members of the Park Presbyterian Church. 
He died at Syracuse. X. Y., 15 Nov., 1873. His wife is still 
living there. 

Children, b. Syracuse, X. Y.: 

+ 10706. I. Dudley Ames, b. 16 March, 1837, m. twice. 

10707. II. Eleanor Delphine, b. 17 Sept., 1838, d. 5 

Nov., 1838. 

10708. III. Emily Minerva, b. 8 March, 1840, d. 5 Aug., 

1S47. 

10709. IV. Charles William, b. 29 Dec, 1848. 

10710. V. George Barry, b. 16 Nov., 1850, m. Hattie 

C. Fox, at Brooklyn, N. Y., 22 Oct., 1879. 
Resides in Syracuse, N. Y. 

7002. Demise Emeline Phelps, b. Preble, 
N. Y., 26 Feb!, 1812, m. Jared Bliss Huntington, (cousin), 31 
Oct., 1835, He was son of Jared and Elvira (Bliss) Hunting- 
ton, of Oswego, N. Y., and was b. at East Haddam, Ct., 2 
May, 1S09. Settled in Oswego, X T . Y. He was a carriage- 
trimmer. He d. there 19 Feb., 1857. She d. there 8 Aug., 
1857. They had no issue. 



ioj2 Eighth Generation. 

7003. Jared Fuller Phelps, M. D., b. 
Preble, X. Y., 31 Aug., 1S14, m. Emily Catharine Hunting- 
ton, his cousin, 7 Sept., 1S42. She was daughter of Jared 
and Martha (Draper) Huntington. Mr. Phelps settled in Caz- 
enovia, N. Y. He is an oculist. They had no issue. 

?()04. Dudley Post Phelps, b. Preble, N. Y., 
8 Oct., 18 17, 111. Lucy Blythe Putnam, at Syracuse, N. Y. , 3 
Sept. , 1845. She was daughter of Hiram and Elizabeth (Egden) 
Putnam, and was b, Salem, Mass., 4 June, 1S26, and now re- 
siding in Syracuse, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps in Aug., 1829, not yet twelve years old, came 
to Syracuse as office boy for Dr. Jonathan Day, and was a 
clerk in his drug store, removing there, and living in his 
family until the death of Mr. Day by cholera, in 1832. Re- 
maining with his successors with the exception of a few months 
at school until March, 1834, when he entered the office of 
Wilkinson & Outwater as a law student, and became a member 
of Mr. Wilkinson's family for the next six years. 

Mr. Phelps always spoke with great feeling of the home 
made for him in these two families during his younger days. 
He was admitted to the bar as an attorney of the Supreme 
Court, in July, 1S40, and later to the United States District 
and Circuit Court of the Northern District of Xew York, but 
having before this taken employment with the Syracuse and 
Utica Railroad Co, , just then'constructed, he gave up the active 
practice of law, and continued in the service of that company 
until the spring of 1852. 

From 1856 to 1S60 he was engaged with the Michigan South- 
ern and Northern Railroad Co. as its general ticket agent, but 
retaining his residence in Syracuse. 

From May, 1861, to March, 1868, he was treasurer of the 
Onondaga Co. Savings Bank, and for the ten years succeed- 
ing was president of the Trust and Deposit Co. of Onondaga. 

He represented the first district of Onoudago Co. in the 
Assembly of 1855, and was chairman of the committee on man- 
ufacture of salt, and also a member of the committee on rail- 
roads. He was also county treasurer of Onondaga Co. for 
two years, and for a time was a member of the Board of Edu- 
cation, always taking an active part in the social, moral, and 



Eighth Generation. io 33 

business interests of the city of which for fifty years he had 
been a resident, and for forty years was a member of the 
Unitarian Church. He d. 5 Sept., 1880, aged 63 years. 

Mr. Phelps had at the time of his death a genealogical record 
of his branch of the Phelps family, and also referring to our 
worthy, ancient William Phelps of 1630. This work was ready 
for publication and was published by his daughter, Miss Anna 
Redfield Phelps, and to whom we are indebted for a large pro- 
portion of the records of this line. 

Children, b. Syracuse, X. Y. : 
10711. I. Elizabeth Osgood, b. 4 Sept., 1847, d. 11 

April, 1849. 
+ 107 1 2. II. Lucy Putnam, b. 3 June, 1S50, m. Hamilton 

White Bradley. 

10713. III. Anna Redfield, b. 29 March, 1S52. Gradu- 

ated at Vassar College, 1873. 

107 14. IV. Hiram Putnam, b. 30 Aug., 1S54, d. same 

day. 

10715. V. Dudley, b. 21 July, 1857. 

10716. VI. Wilheniina Wilkinson, b. 16 Aug., 1867. 

10717. VII. Osgood Tracy, b. 29 Jan., 1872, d. 9 Feb., 

1873. 
7000. Walter Joseph Phelps, b. Preble, N. 
Y., S Nov., 1834, (says another authority b. Cortland Co., N. 
Y.,) m. Ada Hoyt. She was daughter of Dr. Hiram and 
Eliza Hoyt, of Syracuse, N. Y. , where she d. a few years af- 
ter marriage. 

Mr. Phelps served in the Union Army during the War of 
the Rebellion and was with Mulligan at the defense of Lex- 
ington, Mo., and was afterwards detailed to special duty in 
the Quarter-masters Department. He had no issue. 

7007. Sophia Phelps, b. Preble, N. Y., 11 
Dec, 1802, m. Charles Clark. He was of Groton, N. Y, , 
where he settled, and d. 31 Jan., i860. 

Children, b. Groton, N. Y. : 

107 1 8. I. Franklin B. (Clark), b 14 Feb., 1833, m. 

Jane Spencer, 31 March, i860. 

10719. II. Chauncey B. (Clark)^ b. 26 July, 1834, d. 9 

April, 1835. 



I034- Eighth (Feneration. 

10720. III. Martin C. (Clark), b. 9 Dec, 1835. He had 

just completed his studies and been admitted 
to the bar, when earh in the opening of 
the War of the Rebellion he enlisted, was 
made aCapt. in a Company in the 23rd X. 
Y. Vol. He served with distinction dur- 
ing the time of his enlistment. In return- 
ing home he was accidentally thrown from 
the cars by striking a bridge near Williams- 
port, and instantly killed. He was re- 
spected and beloved by all who knew him. 

1072 1. IV. Tryphene B. (Clark), b. 15 July, 1837, m. 

Henry Simmons, 24 May, 1850, d. 28 July, 
186S. 

10722. V. Henrietta B. (Clark), b. 28 Aug., 183S, m. 

H. Ball, at Valparaiso, Ind., 14 Feb., 1866. 

10723. VI. Baldwin P. (Clark), b. 14 Jan., 1842, m. 

Libbie Flynn, 25 Feb., 1S67. She d. 3 
Oct., 1875. He m. 2nd Lucy McNeil, 4 
Oct., 1S77. 

TOON. Martin Joseph Phelps, b. Preble, N. 
Y., 19 Nov., 1806, m. Emily Almira Carey, 11 Sept., 1893. 
She was daughter of Abram Carey and was b. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Mr. Phelps was a merchant and doing business in James- 
ville, Syracuse and Cornelius, N. Y. In 1846 he removed to 
Mansfield, Ohio, where he d, 18 Dec, 1848, (His widow m. 
2nd Henry Endley, of Mansfield, Ohio.) 

Children : 

10724. I. Emily Ozelia, b. Cornelius, N. Y., 17 Sept., 

1S43, in. W. J. Higgins, 26 Dec, 1871. 

10725. II. Frances Matilda, b. Mansfield, Ohio, 3 April, 

1847, d. 4 Jan., i860. 

7000. Laura Johnson Phelps, b. Preble, N. 
Y., 28 March, 1809, m. Dr. Phineas H. Burdick. Mr. Bur- 
dick at the time of his marriage was settled in Scott, N, Y., 
but soon removed to Preble, N. Y., where for nearly 40 years 
he had a large practice, and for a time was post-master of that 
place. He d. there 28 March, 1S70. 



Eigh tJi Gene ra Hon. 1 035 

Children, b. Preble, N. Y.: 

10726. I. Jemima (Burdick), b. 15 June, 1834, m. Ed- 

ward Doolittle, of Oneida, N. Y. 

10727. II. Daniel Webster (Burdick), b. 12 Aug., 1837, 

m. Libbie M. Dunbar, 27 Jan., 1857. He 
is a physician, successor of his father. 

7010. Cordelia Augustus Phelps, b. Preble, 
N. Y., 9 April, i8ifc.ni. Henry Hobart, 2 Jan., 1830. Mr. 
Hobart settled in Groton, N. Y. 

Children, b. Groton, N. Y.: 

10728. I. Almira L. (Hobart), b. 29 Sept., 1830, m. P. 

Egbertson, 24 Dec, 1S57, of Preble, N. Y. 

10729. II. Martha J. (Hobart), b. 25 Dec, 1831, m. 

Cordelia S. Hayes, 26 July, 1886. 

10730. III. Berdock (Hobart), b. 1 Dec, 1S33, m. Susan 

Bradford, 1 Jan., 1862. 

10731. IV. Harriet C. (Hobart), b. 29 Sept., 1838, m. 

B. F. Hayes, 2^ Nov., 1856. 

10732. V. Abner J. (Hobart), b. 25 March, 1847, m. 

Phebe Orcutt, 8 March, 1877. 

TOIL Amanda Melvina Phelps, b. Preble, 
N. Y., 10 Feb., 1813, m. in Mansfield, Ohio, 24 Jan., 1S50, 
Ezekiel Chew, b. 1805. Settled in Mansfield, Ohio, where he 
d. 14 April, 1S72. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ohio : 
+ 10733. I- Ezekiel Martin (Chew), b. 2 July, 1851, m. 

Alvaretta Estelle Ferrel. 
10734. II. Phelps (Chew), b. 22 Oct., 1852^. 10 Nov., 

1852. 

7012. Abner Johnson Phelps, b. Preble, N. 
Y., 4 Feb., 1817, m. Anna Minerva Hooker, at Mansfield, 
Ohio, 4 Feb., 1851. She was daughter of Richard J. and 
Susan (Graybell) Hooker, and was b. in the old homestead of 
her grandfather Hooker, in Brooke Co., W. Va., 17 Aug., 

1833- 

Mr. Phelps settled in Brookville, Ky. 

Child, b. Mansfield, Ohio: 



joj6 Eighth Generation, 

+ 10735. I- George Hooker, b. 23 Jan., 1883, m. W. F. 

Alexander. 

7013. Lvdia Lovina Phelps, b. Preble, N. Y., 
11 'Slay, 1820, m. Dr. Alfred Hall, 30 Sept., 1847. 

Dr. Hall settled in Marion, X. Y., where he practiced 
medicine. 

Child, b. Marion, N. Y. : 

10736. I. Frank L. (Hall), b. 3 Sept., 1850, m. Alice 

D. Aldrich. He was a physician and set- 
tled in Amber, N, Y. 

7014. Calvin Brown Phelps, b. Preble. X. Y., 
23 June, 1822, m. Caroline Amelia Hooke, 2 Nov., 1852. She 
was daughter of Basil and Mary Hooke, and was b. Mansfield, 
Ohio. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Children, b. Crestline, Ohio: 
+ 10737. F Anna Lydia, b. 30 April, 1859, m, Solomon 

S. Bayles. 
1073S. II. Walter Hoyt, b. 11 Nov., 1861. 

7015. Pkrmelia Phelps, b. Tully, X. Y., 10 

Aug., 1809, m. Alexander P. Jenks, at Alexander, X. Y., 10 
April, 1834. Settled in Spring Prairie, Wis. 

Children, b. Spring Prairie, Wis.: 

+ 10739. F Samuel F. (Jenks), b, 31 March, 1835, m. 

Alice A. Feach. 
+ 10740. II. Betsey Clara (Jenks), b. 28 Sept., 1840, m. 

William Butler. 
+ 10741. III. Fucia (Jenks), b, 14 Oct., 1843,111. Fafay- 

ette Smith. 

10742. I\'. Marcia (Jenks), b. 14 Oct., 1843, d. at Fyons, 

Wis., 20 Aug., 1845. 

10743. V. Cora Belle (Jenks), b. 11 Nov., 1849, d. 4 

May, 1S60. 

7021. Cyrus King Phelps, b. Darien, X. Y., 
4 July, 1818, m. Adaline G. Williams, 26 Sept., 1843. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Geneva, Wis. 

Children, b. Geneva, Wis.: 



Eighth Generation. io 37 

+ 10744. I- Asa Williams, b. 24 Dec, 1S44, m, Mary 

Ella Robinson. 

10745. II. Jennie Jennette, b. 18 August, 1846. 

10746. III. Jerome David, b. 24 Jan., 1848. 

10747. VI. Arthur Harold, b. 19 April, 1S49. 

7022. Matilda Church, b. Preble, N. Y., 6 
Nov., 1S05, m. D. Burgess, in Lenox, Ohio. Settled in Lenox. 
Ohio, where his wife d. 18 August, 1S78. 

Child, b. Lenox, Ohio : 

10748. I. Wealthy (Burgess), b. 30 May, 1837, d 3. Nov., 

1872, unni. 

7023. Betsey Church, b. Preble, N. Y., 19 
May, 1809, m. John Van Wormer, at Preble, N. Y., 6 July, 
1S28. Settled in Jefferson, Ohio, where he d. 6 July, 1876. 

Children, b, Jefferson, Ohio : 

10749. I- Martin (Van Wormer). 

10750. II. Arthur A union soldier in the 

War of the Rebellion. 
1075 1. III. Albino 

7024. Louisa M. Church, b. Preble, N. Y., 9 
August, 1S10, in. Abiah Fowler, 1831. 

She m. 2nd M. S. Jewell. 

Child, by 1st husband : 
10752. I. Ophelia (Fowler). 

7025. Samuel L. Church, b. Preble. N. Y., 

1S12, m. Eliza Bailey, 1842. 

Children : 

io 753- F Philander (Church"). 

10754. II. Florence 

10755. III. Louisa M. 

10756. IV. Mary 

7026. Eveline Church, b. Preble, N. Y., 12 
Oct., 1814, m. Austin Latimer, 1833. She m. 2nd, William 
Holt, 1S53. 

Children by 1st husband : 



ioj8 Eighth Generation . 

10757. I. Adaline (Latimer). 

10758. II. Olney 

10759. HI- Eleanor " 

Child by 2nd husband : 

10760. IV. William (Holt). 

7027. Elijah P. Church, b. Preble, N. Y., 
25 Sept., 18 1 8, m. Caroline Wilcox, 15 Sept., I840. 

Children : 

1076 1. I. Cordelia (Church). 

10762. II. Louise " 

702S. Imogene Church, b. Preble, N. Y.. 
1 82 1, 111. vS. D. Wilcox, 1S42. 

Children : 

10763. I. John (Wilcox). 

10764. II. Matilda " 

10765. III. Lawrence" 

10766. IY. Ophelia " 

7037. Avery Martin Phelps, b. Preble, X, 
Y., 19 May, 1821, m. Catharine Frances Galusha, 3 Sept., 
1846. She was daughter of Ezra and Catharine Galusha, and 
was b: Preble, N, Y., 1826, d. 18 Jan., 1861. 

He m. 2nd Lydia Antoinette Trowbridge, 16 Oct., 1866. 
She was daughter of Francis and Mina Trowbridge, and was 
b. Arcadia, N. Y,, 21 Oct., 1834, living in Newark, N. J. 
Mr. Phelps first settled in Preble, N. Y. Later in life he re- 
moved to Galesboro, Mich,, where he d, 4 April, 1871, 
Children by 1st wife, b. Preble, N. Y. : 

+ 10767. I. Laura Matilda, b. 3 Jan., 1849, m. Eugene 

M. Willett. 

10768. II. Frances Annette, b. 2 Jan., 1852. 

10769. III. Edward Parsons, b. 22 Aug., 185S, d. 31 

Dec, 1S77. 

10770. IV '. Herbert Galusha, b. 31 May, 1861, 
Child by 2nd wife, b. Preble, N. Y.: 

1077 1. V. Frederick Martin, b. 16 Nov., 1S67. 

7030. Marietta Post, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
29 July, 1810, m. William B. Brown, 28 March, 1836. 



Eighth Generation. io 39 

Child : 

10772. I. A daughter, who m. Dan Gott, a son of 

Chauncey Gott, of Ct. 

705*2. Joel Phelps, b. Conneaut, Ohio, 28 
Aug., 1820, m. Sarepha Miller, 1 Jan., 1851. He d. at sea, 
returning from California. 

Mr. Phelps visited California, his wife dying at sea on her 
return. They had two children. 

7058. George Campbell, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 
16 Jan., 1S1 1 , 111. Matilda Jenkins, at Hudson, N. Y. , 29 Sept., 
1836. She was daughter of John Folger Jenkins, and Eliza- 
beth Jones Pepoon, and was b. Hudson, X. Y., 27 July, 1814. 
Mr. Campbell settled in Pittsfield, Mass., where he d. 10 
March, 1878, and where his wife died 8 Aug., 1882. 
Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

10773. I. Abby M. (Campbell), b. 25 Oct., 1837. Res. 

Pittsfield, mini. 
+ 10774. IP Nancy Pepoon (Campbell), b. 1 March, 1839, 

m. William Greenough Harding. 

10775. III. Grace (Campbell), b. 13 Nov., 1843, 111. Wil- 

liam Henry Swift. No issue. 

10776. IV. Jessie (Campbell), b. 9 Jan., 1849, m. John 

Kingsbury West. Xo issue. 

10777. V. Mary Emma (Campbell), b. 26 Aug., 1851, d. 

10778. VI. David (Campbell), b. 21 July, 1854, 1111111. 

7060. Caroline Eavinia Campbell, b. Pitts- 
field, Mass., 13 Nov., 1814, m. Hon. Ensign Hosmer Kellogg, 
at, Pittsfield, Mass., 10 June, 1841. He was son of EHhu and 
Jane Kellogg, and was b. Sheffield. Mass., 6 Jul}-, 1S12, d. at 
Pittsfield, Mass., 2^ Jan., 1S82. 

Mr. Kellogg graduated at Amherst College in 1836, studied 
law, was admitted to the bar, and settled in Pittsfield, Mass. 
He was a representative in the Legislature at least ten times 
from 1843 to 1871. He was speaker of the House in iS5oand 
state senator in 1.S54-1855, and 1878. 

He became a large owner in and president of the Pontoosuc 
Woolen Manufacturing Company in 1861. He was president 
of the Western Massachusetts Fire Insurance Company and 



iojo Eighth Generation . 

of the Agricultural National Bank, one of the original trustees 
of the Berkshire Athenaeum, and as chairman of the first 
Board of Water Commissioners was much interested in the 
construction of the water works of Pittsfield. He was with 
Baron de Fosse and Sir Alexander Gait, a member, by appoint- 
ment of President Grant, of the High Joint Commission to 
settle the fisheries question in 1877 between Canada and the 
United States. 

Mr. Kellogg was a great student of English literature, a 
forcible speaker, and an author of many pamphlets on polit- 
ical questions. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

+ 10779. I. Elizabeth Campbell (Kellogg), b. 20 March, 

1842, m. Win. R. Plunkett. 
+ 107S0. II. May Kellogg, b. 20 May, 1848, m. Win. R. 

Plunkett. 

10781. III. Carolyn Jane (Kellogg), b. 18 Dec, 1852, 

m. Win, E. Cushing of Cleveland, O. No 
issue. 

7069. Eavinia Jones, b. Pittsford, N. Y., 
about 1818, m. Dr. William Edgar, b. Jacksonville, 111. Set- 
tled in St. Eon is, Mo. 

Children, b. St. Eouis,'Mo.: 

10782. I. William Henry (Edgar). 



10783 
10784 
[0785 

10785 



II. Charles 
III. Edward 
VI. Frank 

V. Ida 



7()s:{. Frederick Phelps Bissell, b. Heb- 
ron, Ct., about 1822, m. Almira J. Carver, No. 8239, daugh- 
ter of Joseph and Dicy (Phelps) Carver. 

Mr. Bissell settled in Hebron Ct. 

Child, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
107S6. I. F. Clarence (Bissell), m. J. Gertrude Storrs, 

and lias two children. 

70S?. Frederic P. Root, b. Hebron, Ct., 22 
Oct., 1814, removed with his father to Sweden, N. Y., m. 
Marion M. Phelps. 



Eighth Generation . 104.1 

Mr. Root settled in Sweden, N. Y. 

Children, b. Sweden, N. Y.: 

10787. I. Mary C. (Root), b. 1841, m. Geo. R, Ward, 

26 Jan., 1S66, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

10788. II. Aaron F. (Root), b. 27 Sept., 1S42. 

10789. III. Eveline (Root), b. 12 Jan., 1S47, m. Henry 

Hart, 25 Dec., 1868. 

7117. John Phelps, b. Litchfield, Ct., 28 
Dec, 1807, m. Martha S. French, 6 March, 1842. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Litchfield, Ct., where he d. 18 July, 
1881. 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 

+ 10790. I. Lucretia, b. 4 Feb., 1843, m. John B. Stan- 

ton. 

10791. II. Martha Elizabeth, b. 2 May, 1S47, d. 4 Jan., 

1859- 

10792. III. Child, b. 21 Oct., 1853. 

7123. Julia Maria Phelps, b. Litchfield, Ct., 
12 Dec, 1S21, m. Vernon B. Spragne, 31 Dec, 1843. 
Settled in Litchfield, Ct., d. 3 Aug., 1846. 
She m. 2nd William G. Miller, 7 Nov., 1847. Settled in 
Litchfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct., by 1st husband : 

10793. E Ella Electa (Sprague), b. 26 Dec, 1844. 
Children by 2nd husband, b. Litchfield, Ct,: 

10794. II. William (Miller), b. 9 Nov., 1848. 
io 795- HE Henry b. 1 April, 1859. 

7124:. James Shether Phelps, b. Litchfield, 
Ct., 9 Nov., 1824, m. Mrs. Seraphina Wheeler, 20 May, 1847. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Litchfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 

10796. I. Abbie Jane, b. 17 March, 1848. 

10797. H. Frank, b. 17 Jan., 1S54. 

7125. Hon. Edward John Phelps, b. Mid- 
dlebnry, Yt., 11 July, 1822, m. Mary S. Haight. 

Mr. Phelps graduated and studied law, and settled in Bur- 

(II-14J 



/ O/f.2 Eigh tli Genera Hon . 

lington, Vt., where he practiced law and was a prominent 
democrat, holding various offices of trust, m. 1886. He was 
appointed by President Cleveland as Minister to the Court of 
St. James. On his return he settled in New Haven, Ct,, and 
lectures on international law in Yale University. 
Children, b. Burlington, Vt.: 

10798. I. Charles P. Settled in Detroit, Mich. 

10799. H- Mary, m. Loornis. Settled in Burlington, 

Vt. 

7127. Charles Henry Phelps, b. Middle- 
bury, Vt., 27 May, 1825, m. Eunice Webb. 

Mr. Phelps graduated and studied law and settled in Bur- 
lington, Iowa, and is Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. 

Children, b. Burlington, Iowa: 

10800. I. Edward S. Res. Burlington, Iowa. 

10801. II. Egbert. Settled Chicago, 111. 

10802. III. Eunice Webb. Res. Burlington, Iowa. 

7128. James Satterlee Phelps, b. Middle- 
bury, Vt., 11 Oct., 1826, m. Harriet Dyer. 

Mr. Phelps graduated and studied law, and in 1885 was in 
Washington, D. C. 

Children : 

10803. I. Julia. 

10804. II. Harriet. 
10S05. III. Gertrude. 

10806. IV. Samuel. 

10807. V. Charles Dyer. 

7133. Capt. Egbert Phelps, b. Middlebury, 
Vt., 8 Dec, 1835. 

Mr. Phelps graduated and studied law and settled in Joliet, 
111., where he is a practicing lawyer, connected with Benja- 
min Olin under the firm name of Oliu 6c Phelps. He was 
married twice, 

Mr. Phelps for a time was captain in the 19th U. S. Inft., 
Regular Army. 

Children, b. Joliet, 111.: 

10808. I. Paul, b. 5 May, 1863. 



Eighth Generation. io 43 

10809. II- Harriet, b. 17 March, 1867. 

108 10. III. Maggie, b. 5 Jan., 1874. 

714-1. John Dudley Sears, b. Meredith, N. 
Y., Feb. 21, 182 1, m. Aug. 5, 1S47, Frances E. Manley, b. 
Benson, Vt., daughter of Nathaniel C. and Eliza (Collins) 
Manley. 

Mr. Sears is an attorney at law and has resided in Upper 
Sandusky, Ohio, since 1845. 

Child: 

10811. I. Clara (Sears), b. Aug. 1, 1848, m. June 11, 

1868,' Pliny Watson, who d. Toledo, Ohio. 
Mrs. Watson res. Pasadena, Cal. 

7141a. Benjamin Sears, b. Meredith, N. Y., 
Oct. n, 1824, m. May 15, 1851, Melissa Mirrick. 

Children: 

10812. I. Anna Bigelow (Sears), b. April 3, 1852, d. 

Dec. 4, 1895. She was for 15 years a mis- 
sionary teacher in China. 

108 13. II. Alice Melissa (Sears), b. Dec. 28, 1S53. 

10814. III. Minda Phelps b. June 6, 1857. Is a 

physician. 

10815. IV. Rufus Victor " b. May 8, i860, m. 

Sally Harris. Is an attorney at law. 

10816. V. Francis Oscar (Sears), b. April 24, 1863, m. 

Elizabeth Walker. Is a farmer at Bucyrus, 
Ohio. 

10817. VI. Hiram Benjamin (Sears), b. Oct. 19, 1866. 
10S18. VII. Bertha Almira " b. Sept. 13, 1869. 
10819. VIII. Ruby Desire " b. May 22, 1S74, 

m. May 4, 1898, Otto W. Carpenter. Res. 
Columbus, Ohio. 

7141c. Cyrus Skars, b. Meredith, N. Y., 
March 10, 1832, m. May 27, 1865, Sarah A. Harpster. 

Mr. Sears studied law, enlisted in nth Ohio Battery in 
1861, was later lieutenant colonel of 1 ith Louisiana Vols., and 
served until May 22, 1866. He is a farmer at Harpster, Ohio. 

Children: 



jojj Eighth Generation . 

10820. I. Horace Harpster (Sears), b. Oct. 1, 1866. 

10821. II. Ina Rachel (Sears), b. July 25, 1869, in. 

Stephen D wight Fowler. 

10822. III. Frances Evelyn (Sears), b. Feb, 16, 1872, m. 

Charles J. Lewis. 

10823. IV. Laura Jane (Sears), b. Dec. 3, 18S2. 

7136. Hon. Benjamin Kinsman Phelps, b. 
Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 16, 1832, d, New York City, Dec. 31, 
1880, m. 1857, Hannah H. Catlin, b. Hartford, Ct., d. New 
York City, Dec. 21, 1880, daughter of Hon. Julius Catlin. 
Mr. Phelps was graduated at Yale College in the famous class 
of 1853, studied law in New Hampshire, was admitted to the 
bar in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in 1855, and practiced law there 
in company with Sherman \V. Knevals. In 1862 Gen. Arthur 
became a member of the firm. In 1866 Mr. Phelps was 
appointed assistant U. S. district attorney under Samuel G. 
Courtney. In 1870 he returned to private practice, and entered 
politics, becoming chairman of the Republican Central Com- 
mittee in 1877. He was elected district attorney in 1872, 
over William C. Whitney and Judge Douohue, and was re- 
elected in 1875 and 1S78. He stood in the first rank in his 
profession, and was held in the highest esteem by all who 
ever came in contact with him. It was said of him that he 
seemed to have a personal magnetism that attracted people to 
him. He died at No. 101 West 47th street, New York. 

Children, b. New York City: 

10824. I. Mary Catlin, b. 1859. 

10825. II. Dudley Farley, b. 1861. Graduated at Yale. 

10826. III. Anna, b. 1865. 

714-2. Jarkd Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 31 
Oct., 1810, m. Elizabeth Cochran. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Liberty, N. Y., where he d. He was a farmer. 
Children, b. Liberty, N. Y.: 

10827. I. Orin. 

10828. II. William B. 

10829. III. A son. 

Two of the sous reside 011 the old homestead at Liberty, 
Tioga County, N. Y. 



Eighth Generation. ioi5 

7143. Polly Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., Jan., 
1812, m. Elisha Hackett, in Liberty, Pa., 5 Nov., 1831. He 
was a brother of Augustus Phelps's wife. See No. 3643. 

Settled in Smithfield, Pa., removing from there to West 
Union, Iowa, where he d. and where his wife d. 1 May, 1880. 
Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 

10830. I. Mary E. (Hackett), b. 26 Aug., 1832. 

10831. II. Perry b. 29 April, 1837. 

10832. III. Lucy b. 3 Feb., 1S40. 

10833. IV. Letty " b. 3 March, 1843. 

714 J-. Alma Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 1813, 
m. Henry Pierce, in East Smithfield, Pa., n May, 1834, He 
was son of Phineas and Ruth (Rogers) Pierce, and was b. 
East Smithfield, Pa., 20 Feb., 1808. Settled in Smithfield, 
Pa., where his wife d. 16 March, 1861. 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 



10834. 


I. 


Sarah Jane (Pierce) 


, b. 23 Oct., 1836. 






IOS35. 


II. 


Clarence 


b. 29 July, 1838, 
May, 1 89 1. 


d. 


10 


10836. 


III. 


Fanny M. 


b. 10 Nov., 1 84 1. 






10837. 


IV. 


Helen 


b. 6 June, 1S43. 






10838. 


V. 


Loriu 


b. 10 Oct., 1S46, 
May, 1868. 


d. 


10 


10839. 


VI. 


Clara Augusta ' ' 


b. 7 Nov., 1850. 






10840. 


VII. 


Charles 


b. 24 Oct., 1855. 







7145. John Milton Phelps, b. Smithfield, 
Pa., 5 Nov., 1 8 15, m. Elizabeth Ridley, 11 July, 1S42. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Liberty, N. Y. In later years he re- 
moved to Cogan Township, Pa. 

Children, b. Liberty, N. Y.: 

1084 1. I. Rachel, b. 22 March, 1S42. 

10S42. II. Alfred, b. 7 Feb., 1844. 

10843. Ill, Marietta, b. 23 May, 1846. 

10844. IV. Henry, b. 26 Jan., 1848, d. 18 March, 1884, 

num. 

10845. V. Alice C, b. 15 March, 1852. 

10846. VI. Almon M., b. 15 Feb., 1854. 

10847. VII. Collins G., b. 30 Dec, 1859. 



zoj6 Eighth Generation. 

714-6 Rachel Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 29 
Dec, 1S17, m. Hanford H. Seeley, 1 Nov., 1836. He was son 
of Holly and Mary (Bascom) Seeley, and was b. Unadilla, N. 
Y. , 23 Ala}*, 1S09. Settled first at Towanda, Pa., soon re- 
moving to Smithfield, Pa., and later to Erwin, N, Y., where 
he d. 28 Jan., 1863. 

His wife d. at Erwin, X. Y., 23 May, 1882. 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa., except first : 

1084S. I. Warren Edgar (Seeley), b. Towanda, Pa,, 2 5 

July, 1840, d. 22 August, 1842. 
II. Mary A. (Seeley), b. iS Sept., 1S42. 
III. Alice B. (Seeley), b. 7 August, 1844, d. 24 

June, 1S83. 
IY. Charles H, (Seeley), b. 25 April, 1846. 
A". Edward H. b. 10 Sept., 1847, m. 

VI. Antoinettes. " b. 1 Jan., 1838. 

71-17. Sarah Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 20 
March, 1820, m. John Cochran, iu Liberty, Pa., 1845. 

Settled in Laport, Iowa, in 1845, where he died, and where 
his wife died, leaving two children. 

7148. Collins Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 8 
August, 1821, m. Almira J. Barnes, at New Buffalo, Mich., 
24 Nov., 1849. Mr. Phelps for a time lived in New Buffalo, 
Mich., but soon removed to Mauley, Iowa. He d. 16 Dec, 1898. 

Children, b. New Buffalo, Mich.: 

+ 10854. I, Maria, b. 23 Dec, 1850, m. Lewis E. Dick, 

+ 10855. II. Edward L., b. 11 Sept., i860, m. twice. 

7150. Jane Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 25 
Jan., 1825, m. Marshall Bullock, 18 Sept., 1845. Settled in 
Smithfield, Pa,, where his wife d, 11 Sept., i860. He is a 
merchant. 



10849. 


10850. 


10851. 


10852. 


10853. 





Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 






10856. 


I. Florence Jane (Bullock), b. 


28 Sept., 


1 84 8 


10857. 


II. Darius M. " 1). 


28 May, 


1852 


10858, 


III. Clifford Stanley " b. 
d. 26 March, 1866. 


11 Sept., 


i860 



Eighth Generation. io 47 

7151. Maria Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 28 
Nov., 1S28, m. Emery Stickles, in Liberty, Pa., 2S April, 
1847. He was b. Painted Post, N. Y., where he settled and 
died. She m. 2nd James M. English. Settled in English 
Centre, Pa., where he d. 5 March, 1885. The widow now 
resides in English Centre, Pa. 

Children by 1st husband: 

10859. I. Samuel (Stickles), b. Painted Post, N. Y., 12 

May, 184S. 
10S60. II. Elsie A. (Stickles), b. Smithfield, Pa., 25 

Oct., 1851, d. 29 Oct., 1863. 

10861. III. Collins E. (Stickles), b. Smithfield, Pa., 25 

Oct., 1851. 

7152. Wealthy Axx Phelps, b. Liberty, N. 
Y., 18 Nov., 1831, m. David J. Gillett, at Liberty, N. Y., 19 
Nov., 1846. He was son of Plumley and Charlotte Georgia 
Gillett, and was b. Newfield, N. Y., 29 March, 1823. 

Mr. Gillett was a lumberman up to 1869. Since that time 
a farmer. He lived in Liberty and Smithfield, Pa., and later 
in Estherville, Iowa. In 1855 he settled in Wisconsin, where 
he resided fourteen years, from there to Estherville, Iowa. 

Children: 

10862. I. John Plumley (Gillett), b. Liberty, Pa., 28 

Feb., 1849, d. 17 Oct., 1857. 
+ 10863. II. Emma Jane (Gillett), b. Smithfield, Pa., 10 

Aug., 1850, m. F. E. Allen. 
+ 10864. III. Orpha M. (Gillett), b. Liberty, Pa., 30 April, 

1853, m. Samuel Simington. 

 7163. Darius Bullock Phelps, b. East 

Smithfield, Pa., 5 Feb., 1816, m. Dorcas Stockhouse, 26 July, 
1847. Mr. Phelps settled at Pelican Rapids, Minn., and later 
in Sauk Centre, Minn., where he d. 11 May, 1880. 

Children : 

10865. I. Darius B., d. Nov, n, 1S89. 

10865a. II. 

71(>7. Roaxxah Phelps, b. East Smithfield, 
Pa., 30 May, 1823, m. 15 Jan., 1844, Albert Campbell, b. 19 
August, 18 17. Settled in Caldwell, Kan. 



104.8 Eighth G e 71 e ration . 

Children, b. Caldwell, Kansas : 

+ 10866. I. John H. (Campbell), b. 17 Oct,, 1844, in. 

Sarah Frances Cox. 
+ ioS66a. II. Louisa Delphine (Campbell), b. 17 July, 

1847, m. Francis Wood. 
10867. III. Jared F. (Campbell), b. 30 Nov., 1851,1111111. 

Res. Caldwell, Kan. 
+ 10S68. IV. Elizabeth Raymond (Campbell), 15 Jan., 

1854, 111. John R. Griffith. 
+ 10869. V. Adelia Phelps (Campbell), b. 11 Oct., 1855, 

m. Homer E. Williams, 
There were other children who died in infancy. 

7168. Dudley Guilford Phelps, b. East 
Smithfield, Pa., 24 May, 1S25, m. 4 May, 1848, Polly Jane 
Orton, b. 12 Sept., 1831, d. 27 Jan.. 1852. Hem. 2nd, 2 
May, 1853, Adeline Schermerhorn, b. 19 July, 1834, d. 30 
Jan., 1854, without issue. 

He 111. 3rd, 10 June, 1857, Milliceut Louster, b. 19 July, 
1834, d. 19 June, 1861, without issue. 

He 111. 4th Phebe Ann Hull, 24 Sept., 1S63. She was 
daughter of Josiah and Mary (Jones) Hull, and was b. Newark 
Valley, N. Y., 30 April, 1837, now living (1890). 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Smithfield, Pa, 

Children, by 1st wife, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 
+ 10870. I. Foraine Orton, b. 26 Nov., 1849, m. Hattie 

G. Hyatt, 
+ 10871. IF Fauretta Augusta, b. 3 Nov., 1851, m. H. 

F, Brigham. 

Children, by 4th wife, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 

10872. III. Bertie, b, 24 July, 1S66, d. 28 August, 1866. 

10873. IV. Flora Allen, b. 19 Feb., 1870, d. 12 Sept., 

1871. 

10874. V. Fula Emma, b. 8 March, 1872. 

71(H). Jared Phelps, b. East Smithfield, Pa., 
27 March, 1827, m. Sybil Griffin, 1 Aug., 1S50. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in East Smithfield, Pa., removing 
from there to Canton, Pa. 

Children: 



Eighth Generation. T °49 

+ 10875. I, Emma Laura, b. East Smithfield, Pa., 30 

Jan., 1853, m. A. D. McElwain, 

10876. II. Jared, b. Canton, Pa., 24 May, 1861, m. Ger- 

trude Hale, 20 April, 1887. He d. 4 Feb., 
1892. 

10877. III. William Homer, b. Canton, Pa., 10 Nov., 

1873- 

7170. Jacob Emerson Phelps, b. East Smith- 
field, Pa., 7 Feb., 1829, m. Mary Jane Dibble, 27 Oct., 1864. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Canton, Pa. He d. 7 Jan., 1893. 

Children, b. Canton, Pa.: 

1087S. I. Eliza, b. 23 Oct., 1865. 

10879. II. Mary, b. 6 Oct., 1S67. 

7171. Mary Phelps, b, East Smithfield, Pa., 
4 Dec, 1 83 1, m. Daniel Bradbury, 30 Dec, 1858. He was son 
of Thomas J. and Clarinda (Hayes) Bradbury, and was b. 
Milton, N. Y. Settled in Sayre, Pa. He is a merchant. 

Children, b. Athens, Pa., except last: 
+ 10880. I. Thomas J. (Bradbury), b. 15 Oct., 1859, m. 

Clara Paul. 

10881. II. Henry B. " b. 10 April, 1863. 

10882. III. Margaret E. " b. 9 April, 1866. 

10883. IV. Asa Phelps b. Penu Yau, N. Y., 6 

Sept., 1868, d. 10 March, 1S77. 

7172. Fanny Louisa Phelps, b. Smithfield, 
Pa., 15 Sept., 1820, m. Thomas B. Howland, 31 March, 1847. 
He was son of Phineas and Hannah (Hammond) Howland, 
and was b. Columbia, Pa., where he settled. He was a farmer. 
In 1865 they removed to Walton, N. Y., to better educate 
their children, and for a time he was in partnership with his 
wife's brother, C. H. Phelps. He died 1867. His widow 
removed to Smithfield, Pa. She d. 16 Dec. 1898. 

Children, b. Columbia, Pa.: 

+ 10884. F Charles Phelps (Howland), b. 3 Oct., 1849, 

m. Mary Bishop Wilder. 
+ 10885. II. Reed Fillmore Phelps (Howland), b. 12 Feb., 

1852, m. Henrietta Page Childs. 



iojo Eighth Generation. 

717±. Mary Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 27 
July, 1S26, m. in Smithfield, Pa., 27 Nov., 1845, James Doty, 
son of Dr, Eebbeus Doty. Settled in Smithfield, Pa. 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 

10886. I. Mary Elizabeth (Doty), b. 2 Jan., 184S, d. 4 

Sept., 1849. 

10887. II. Esther Louise (Doty), b. 9 Feb., 1851, d. 14 

Jan., 1852. 
+ 1088S. III. Edward (Doty), b. 7 Jan., 1852, m. Clara 

Elizabeth Childs. 
108S9. IV. Frances Amelia (Doty), b. 18 Oct., 1856. 

10890. V. Frederick (Doty,) b. 30 Nov,, 1861. A 

farmer. 

7175. Rev. Charles Henry Phelps, b. 
Smithfield, Pa., 19 April, 1835. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps was educated at the public school and 
academy at Smithfield, Pa. He says he was teaching from 
185 1 to 1S62. Was in the Union Army in the War of the 
Rebellion from 1862 to 1S65, in the dry goods and picture 
business from 1866 to 1878, teaching in Marion, Mass., from 
1875 to 1880, preaching in Smithfield, Pa., from 1880 to 1885, 
and in Greenwich, Ohio, from 1885 to 1887, from there in 
June, 1887, to Kelly's Island, Erie Co., Ohio. He says: "I 
have been a student of theology from the time I left school 
and continued to study for the ministry, but my health would 
not permit and this prevented me from taking a college 
course, though during all this time I was studying and pre- 
paring for the ministry. Finally I was persuaded by friends 
and clergymen who thoroughly believed in a high standard of 
education for a clergyman, advised me to make this my call- 
ing, which I finally decided to do. Applied to and was ac- 
cepted by the Oneida, Chenango and Delaware Association, 
and was located for a short time in N. Y. After that I asso- 
ciated myself with C. P. Howland, principal of the Tabor 
Academy in Marion, Mass., as previously stated. I settled 
for two years. This I did to get a better knowledge of Greek, 
and as previously stated, I settled as pastor at my old home, 
Smithfield, Pa,, from there to Greenwich, Ohio, and from 
there to Kelly's Island, where I am now located. I am an old 



Eighth Generation . roj i 

bachelor, and thus you will see that my family record is very 
short." 

Sept. 29, 1891, in Mattapoiset, Mass. 

7176. Lucelia Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 27 
July, 1 82 1, m. Rev. C. C. Cross at Smithfield, Pa.. 16 June, 
1866. He was son of Asher and Lucy (Grenueld) Cross, and 
was b. Greenfield, Mass., 22 May, 1S03. 

Rev. Mr. Cross graduated at Amherst, Mass., 1863, studied 
theology in Princeton, N. Y., and was admitted as a Presby- 
terian clergyman in 1834. He settled in East Smithfield, Pa. 
No issue. 

7178. William Henry Phelps, b. Smithfield, 
Pa., 21 Dec, 1824, m. Mary D. Bacon, at Lockport, N. Y., 1 
March, 1866. She was daughter of Dan M. and Elizabeth 
(Harrison) Bacon, and was b. Huntington, Pa. Mr. Phelps 

d. 23 April, 1898. 

Child, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 

10891. I. Marx- Louisa, b. 19 Sept., 1868, d. 7 July, 

1S70. 

71< ( .>. Abigail Maria Phelps, b. Smithfield, 
Pa.. 6 Feb., 1S27, m. L. E. Childs, at East Smithfield, Pa., 7 
June, 1853. He was son of Edward A. and Betsey (Pierce) 
Childs, and was b. Warren, R. I., 26 Jan., 1819. Settled in 
East Smithfield, Pa. He is in the grocery business. 

Children, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 

10X92. I. Clara Elizabeth (Childs), b. 4 Oct., 1854. 

10S93. II. Charles A. " b. 8 March, 1857- 

10894. HI- Susannah Phelps " b. 3 May, 1861, d. 
31 Jan., 1881 , unm. 

7180. John Wheelock Phelps, b. East Smith- 
field, Pa., 27 May, 1829, m. Mary E. Childs, in East Smith- 
field, Pa., 21 Oct., 1855. She was daughter of Christopher 
and Margaret (Wright) Childs, and was b. East Smithfield, 
Pa., Feb., 1831. Mr. Phelps settled in East Smithfield, Pa., 
and from there to Emporium, Pa. He is a merchant. 

Children: 



ioj2 Eighth Generation, 

10895. I- Charles T., b. East Smithfield, Pa., 7 May, 

1857, d. Dec. 1857. 

10896. II. Mary, b. East Smithfield, Pa., 8 June, 1859, 

d. May, 1866. 

10897. III. Lizzie R., b. Emporium, Pa., 6 June, 1866. 

10898. IV. An infant, b. " "2 Oct., 1868, 

d. 9 Oct., 186S. 

7181. Clarissa Ortox Phelps, b. Smith- 
field, Pa., 12 Feb., 1832, m. Horace S. Niles, 20 Oct., 1858. 
He was son of Samuel and Hannah (Minor) Niles, and was b. 
West Halifax, Vt., 2 Jan., 1833. Mr. Niles resided in East 
Smithfield, Pa., Hamilton, Minn., Burlington, Ky., and is 
now in Boulder, Colo., where he is engaged in gold and silver 
mining. 

Children : 

10899. I. William Lincoln (Niles), b. East Smithfield, 

Pa., 6 Oct., 1S59. 

10900. II. Joseph Cornelius (Ndes), b. East Smithfield, 

Pa., 13 May, 1861. 

10901. III. Gertrude Lucelia (Niles), b. Hamilton, 

Minn., 7 Dec. , 1862. 

10902. IV. Freedom Estelle (Niles), b. Burlingame, 

Kan., 6 Nov. , 1867. 

10903. A". Augustus Phelps (Niles), b. Burlingame, 

Kan., 13 Sept., 1869. 

10904. VI. Mary Wood (Niles), b. Burlingame, Kan., 

18 Jan., 1872. 

10905. VII. Clara Elizabeth (Niles), b. Burlingame, 

Kan., 1 1 Jan.. 1875. 

7181. Susannah Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 
29 Sept., 1837, m. L. D. Forest, 22 April, 1884. He was son 
of David Forest, and was b. East Smithfield, Pa., 4 Sept., 
1838, where he settled. He is a lawyer and deals in govern- 
ment lands in Oregon, No issue. 

7 1S5. Martha Jaxe Phelps, b. Smithfield, 
Pa., 15 Jan., 1840, m. John Bird, 26 Dec, 1864. He was sou 
of John and Mary (Harkins) Bird, and was b. East Smith- 
field, Pa., 28 April, 1836, where he settled. 



Eighth Generation. io 53 

Children, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 



10906. 


I. 


A. Carl (Bn 


■d), b. 


-3 J ul y. 


1867. 


10907. 


II. 


Augustus P. 


• b. 


17 Aug. 


, 1869. 


10908. 


III. 


Edward P. 


' b. 


1 7 Nov. 


, 1872. 


10909. 


IV. 


Martha J. 


' b. 


16 Jan., 


1876. 


10910. 


V. 


Clarissa P. 


' b. 


9 June, 


1877. 


10911. 


VI. 


Grace A. 


' b. 


10 June. 


1880. 



7 ISO. Augustus Phelps, b. Smithfield, Pa., 

8 June, 1844, m - Helen M. Woodworth, 20 June, 1862. She 
was daughter of Louis Woodworth, and was b. Sylvania, Pa,, 

9 May, 1846, d. East Smithfield, Pa., 12 Oct., 1882. He m. 
for 2nd wife Jane A. Scott, 28 Aug., 1884. 

Mr, Phelps is a farmer, settling in East Smithfield, Pa. 

Children by 1st wife, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 

10912. I. Annie A., b. 22 July, 1874. 

10913. II. Augustus L,., b. 20 Sept., 1875. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 

10914. III. T, Scott, b, 3 Feb., 1887. 

7187. Francis O. Wilcox, b. Smithfield, Pa., 
181 1, m. Orville Kellogg, 24 May, 1853. Settled in Smith- 
field, Pa. 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 

10915. I. Ellen A. (Wilcox), b. 11 Sept., 1854. 

10916. II. Mary C. " b. 10 July, 1862, d. 8 

Oct., 1863. 
+ 10917. III. Lizzie C. b. 26 June, 1868, m. 

Howard Harris. 

7188. Sevelox H. Wilcox, b. Smithfield, Pa., 
13 Feb., 182S, m. Francis A. Thompson, at Smithfield, Pa., 
15 July, 1853. 

Mr. Wilcox settled in Smithfield, Pa. 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 
+ 10918. I. James G. (Wilcox), b. 30 Sept., 1S55, m. 

Mary E. Scott. 

10919. II. Mina S. (Wilcox), b. 21 March, 1859. 

10920. III. Frances E., (Wilson), b. 20 Oct., 1870. 



to$4- Eighth Generation. 

7205. Victoria Phelps, b. East Smithfield, 
Pa., ii March, 1838, in. Dorrance Tracey, 27 Dec, 1S59. 
Hi;» father was from East Haddam, Ct. He was b. West 

Smithfield, Pa., 21 Oct., 1835, His parents were A 

and Elvira Kellogg Tracy. 

Mr. Tracy settled in Smithfield, Pa. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Smithfield. Pa.: 

10921. I. Freddie Phelps (Tracy), b. 5 Nov., i860, d. 

21 Sept., 1862. 
f- 10922. II. George Winslow (Tracy,), b. 17 Oct., 1862, 

m. Mary L. Andrews. 

10923. III. Jessie Phelps (Tracy), b. 27 May, 1864, d. 25 

Sept., 1865. 

10924. IV. Henry Phelps (Tracy), b. 16 Nov., 1867, m. 

Helen E, Partridge, b. 3 Aug., 1867, at 
Milan, Pa. 

10925. V. Emeline Lucy (Tracy), b. 29 Oct., 1S69, d. 

iS July, 187 1. 
10926 VI. Annie Elvira (Tracy), b. 8 Sept., 1871, d. 

16 Jan. , 1880. 

7'20(>. Ditox Phelps, b. East Smithfield, Pa., 
5 March, 1S40, m. Jane Eliza Gerould, 27 Dec, 1865. She 
was daughter of Zeo Gerould, who was b. Newton, Ct., 11 
Jan., 1792, (his mother was Eliza Bein, of Boston.) Jane- 
Eliza Gerould was b. in P^ast Smithfield, Pa., 15 Oct., 1841, 
d. in Kansas, 21 July, 1873. He m. 2nd Alice Amelia Groten, 
3 May, 1875. She was daughter of James and Polly (Whiting) 
Groten, and was b. Canton, Pa., 20 May, 1851, and is now 
living in East Smithfield, Pa. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Smithfield, Pa. He was a 
farmer. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 

10927. I. Mills, I). 8 Feb., 1876. 

10928. II. Nellie, b. 30 June, 1878. 

10929. III. Jane. b. 9 March, 18S2. 

7208. Edith Minerva Phelps, b. East Smith- 
field, Pa., 18 March, 1847, m. George Howard Webb, 17 Feb., 
1872. He was son of James H. and Sally (Chamberlain) 



Eighth Generation. io 55 

Webb, and was b. East Smithfield, Pa., 15 Oct., 1849, where 
he settled, and where he had one child born. He then re- 
moved to Alba. Pa. 

Children, b. Alba, Pa., except first: 

10930. I. Laura Elizabeth (Webb), b East Smithfield, 

Pa., 22 Dec, 1S72. 

10931. II. John Leland (Webb), b. 7 May, 1S7S. 

10932. III. Henry Phelps " b. 7 May, 1880. 

10933. IV. Geo. Howard b. 6 June, 1882. 

10934. V. Mary Louisa b, 21 May, 1885. 

?"il7. Sarah Abigail Phelps, b. Becket, 
Mass., 7 July, 1S27, m. 30 March, 1846, Milton Barnes, b. 26 
July, 1825. He settled in Fonda, N. Y. His place of business 
is Pine Lake, where he is engaged in lumbering. 

Children, b. Fonda, N. Y. : 

10935. I. Luther M. (Barnes), b. 26 Feb., 1847, d. 23 

Nov., 1S69, num. 
+ 10936. II. Julia R. b. 13 Dec, 1849, m. 

Edson M. Richard. 
+ 10937. HI- William G. " b. 12 March, 1857, m. 

Florence Davis. 

7 ,"20. George Francis Phelps, b. Becket, 
Mass., 2 May, 18-35, m - Adelaide M. King. She was daugh- 
ter of his step-mother Anna L. Knight , by her 1st husband, 
Rufus King. She d. 30 April, 1SS3. See No. 3653. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Montreal, Can.- Had two children. 

7222. Emma Louisa Phelps, b. Becket, Mass., 
12 Oct., 1S49, m. Frank Adams, 18 March, 1875. Settled in 
Bethelehem, N. Y. 

He is doing business in Albany, N. Y. 

Children : 

10938. I. Henry (Adams), b. Albany, N, Y., 14 April, 

[880. 

10939. II- Louisa Alden (Adams), b. Bethlehem, N. Y., 

8 April, 1884. 

10940. III. Abel Thnrman (Adams), b. Bethlehem, N. 

Y., 28 Feb., 1886. 



1056 Eighth Generation. 

7224. Henry Pitt Phelps, b. Becket, Mass., 
13 July, 1S44, m. Anna P. King, 14 June, 1S81. She was 
widow of Henry Barnard, and daughter of Rufus King and 
Anna L. (Knight), and was b. 28 Nov. 1842. Mr. Phelps 
had been employed on the Albany papers, principally the Al- 
bany Times for the last eighteen years, in all kinds of report- 
ing and editorial work. He is the author of " Plays of a Cen- 
tury ' a record of the Albany stage, published by Joseph 
McDonald, Albany, N. Y., also the " Albany Hand Book " 
from 1 88 1 to 1884, and other pamphlets. He has edited a 
Memorial pamphlet which was published in 1891 or 1892, set- 
ting forth the Christian Character of Dea. Benjamin Phelps, 
his father, No. 3656. Now resides New York City. No 
issue. 

7229 Henry Alvah Phelps, b. Boston. 
Mass., 26 April, 1844, m. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Albany, N. Y. 

Children, b, Albany, N. Y.: 

1094 1. I. Frederick. 

10942. II. Alvah. 

7231. Henry E. Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 4 
June, 1833, m. Julia A. Bushnell. She was daughter of 
Charles and Chloe (Truesdell) Bushnell. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Jersey City, N. J., where he d. 29 
July, 1877. He was an accountant. 

Children, b. Jersey City, N. J., except the first : 

10943. I- Prank, b. New York, N. Y., 6 July, 1S56. 
+ 10944. H. Matthias, b. 4 Feb., 1859, m. Margaret 

E. Farrell. 
+ 10945. IH. Harry, b. 10 Feb., 1861, m. Mary E. 

Thompson. 

10946. IV. Harriet Elizabeth, b. 6 Nov., 1868. 

7234-. Mary Elizabeth Phelps, b, Hebron, 
Ct., 10 May, 1840, m. Charles C. Foskett, 11 Nov., 1862. 
Settled in Merideu, Ct. 

Children, b. Merideu, Ct.: 

10947. b Mary Page (Foskett), b. 27 April, 1862. 
1094S. II. Emma Kellogg " b. 12 Oct., 1867. 
10949. III. Annie E. 1). 21 Nov., 1875. 



Eighth Generation. 1057 

7235. Harriet C. Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 8 
Nov., 1842, m. Rev. Wm. H. Wardell, 3 Feb., 1862. Settled 
first in Hebron, Ct. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

10950. I. George Phelps (Wardell), b. 21 June, 1863. 

1095 1. II. Mary L. '' b. 15 May, 1867. 

7261. Henry Egbert Phelps, b. Canajoharie, 
N. Y., 10 June, 1825, removed with his father to Marshall, 
Mich., m. 3 May, 1852, Esther J. Craig, b. Baiubridge, N. Y., 
1835, d, Marshall, Mich., 1 March, 1858. Hem. 2nd Delia 
T. Phelps, b. Marshall, Mich., 20 April, 1837. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Marshall, Mich. He is a merchant. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Marshall, Mich.: 

10952. I. Henry Craig, b. 12 April, 1855, d. 4 Nov., 

[863. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Marshall, Mich.: 

10953. II. Luther H., b. 20 April, 1S63. 

10954. III. Charlotte, b. 13 Sept., 1866. 

7263. Abby Ann Phelps, b. Canajoharie, N. 
Y., 1 Sept., 1S29, removed with her father to Marshall, Mich., 
m. Charles H. Allen, 29 June, 1854. 

Settled in San Jose, Cal. Had four children. 

7264. Frank Phelps, b. Marshall, Mich., m. 
Emily E. Barney, at Marshall, Mich., 3 April, 1878. She 
was daughter of William Gurry and Anna (Knapp) Barney, 
and was b. Marshall, Mich., 6 Sept., 1849. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Bellevue, Mich. 

Children, b. Bellevue, Mich.: 

10955. I. Henry Jones, b. 24 Jan.. 1881. 
19956. II. Anna Louise, b. 22 Dec, 1887. 

7265. Ellen T.* Phelps, b. Marshall, Mich., 
15 Oct., 1834, m. Frank Beach, in Marshall, Mich., 11 Jan., 
1855. He was son of Benjamin Phelps and Nancy (Cook) 
Beach, and was b. Keeseville, N. Y., 13 May, 1X29. 

Mr. Beach settled in Battle Creek, Mich. He is secretary 
and treasurer of the Battle Creek Machine Co. 

(11-15) 



/ 058 Eigh th Gerie ra tio n . 

Children, b. Marshall, Mich., except the last : 

10957. I. Ellen Phelps (Beach), b. 5 Nov., 1858. 

10958. II. Henry " " b. 9 Oct., 1863,0!. 17 

Sept., 1864. 

10959. HI- Anna b. 19 Aug., 1866. 

10960. IV. Bessie Louisa b. Battle Creek, Mich., 

4 Nov., 1873. 

7267. Roger Elijah Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
22 July, 1836, m. Caroline Cora Barton, in Oxford, N. Y., 4 
Jan., 1867. She was daughter of Norval W. and Mary R. 
(Miles) Barton, and was b. Sidney, N. Y. , 1 Nov., 1844. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Oxford, N. Y., removing from 
there to Andover, Ct. 

Children, b. Oxford, N. Y.: 

10961. I. Cora Victoria, b. 13 May, 1870. 

10962. II. Carrie Bartoh, b. 12 Jan., 1S72. 

726S. Victoria E. Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
16 May, 1838, m. George Ransom Hale, 21 Oct., 1872. He 
was sou of George and Anna (Risley) Hale, and was b. Glas- 
tonbury, Ct., 2 May, 1830, where he settled. He is a farmer. 

Child, b. Glastonbury, Ct.: 

10963. I. Ransom Phelps (Hale), b. 28 May, 1879, d. 

13 August, 1879. 

7271. Charles Lewis Phelps, b. Hebron, 
Ct., 24 March, 1847, m. Charlotte. Morgan Mann, 11 May, 
1870. She was daughter of Cyrus and Elizabeth (Worthing- 
ton) Mann, and was b. Hebron, Ct., 24 Nov., 1846. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Hebron, Ct. He is a farmer. 

Child, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

10964. I. Lewis Worthington, b. 20 Oct., 1880. 

Note. — The farm on which Mr. Phelps lives has been in 
the family since the settlement of the town. This farm is lo- 
cated on what is called Burnt Hill, so called because the 
Indians kept it burnt over and raised corn there. Their 
arrow heads are found in plowing and occasionally spear 
heads and pestles. 



Eighth Generation. IQ 59 

7273. Junius Randolph Clark, b. Smeth- 
port, Pa., 24 July, 1836, m. 1861, Ellen Viets, b. Syracuse, 
N. Y., d. Warren, Pa., Oct., 1866. He m. 2nd, 25 Sept., 
1875, Mary Morse, b. Elmira, N. Y. 
Mr. Phelps first settled in Warren, Pa. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Warren, Pa.: 

10965. I. Frederick (Clark), b. 1864, d. April, 1870. 

10966. IP Martin " b. 1866. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. Warren, Pa.: 

10967. III. Paul Junius (Clark), b. 1877. 

7275. Edward Kissam Clark, b. Smethport, 
Pa., 1 Jan., -1841, m. 12 June, 1867, Martha Jane Seymour, 
daughter of Charles and Hannah (Halsey) Seymour, and b. 
Vestal, N. Y., 28 May, 1846. 

Mr. Clark settled in Binghamton, N. Y. He is a lawyer. 

Children, b. Binghamton, N. Y.: 

10968. I. Roger Phelps (Clark), b. 14 March, 1869. 

10969. II. Laura Louisa b. 8 Jan., 1872, m. 

Elias Franklin Morgan, 1 June, 1792. Re- 
sides in New London, Ct. 

10970. III. Charles Seymour (Clark), b. 13 June, 1873, 

d. iS Sept., 1S75. 

10971. IV. Anne Whitman (Clark), b. 30 Aug., 1875. 

10972. V. Joseph Foot b. 1 July, 1878. 

10973. VI. Edward Kissam b, 14 July, 1880. 

10974. VII. Vernon Seymour b. 17 Nov., 1882. 

10975. VIII. Florence Evangeline (Clark), b. 27 May, 

is,s 5 , d. 26 Oct., 1890. 

10976. IX. Mary Elizabeth (Clark), b. 10 July, 1887. 

10977. X. Lewis Boardman b. 29 March, 1890. 

7276. Ella Clarissa Clark, b. Bradford, 
Pa., 31 July, 1843, m. William N. Hanna. He settled in 
Elmira, N. Y., and Bradford, Pa. 

Children: 

10978. I. A child (Hanna), b. Elmira, N. Y. , April, 

1879, d. at birth. 



io6o Eighth Generation 



£>  



10979. II. Geneva (Hanna), b. Elmira, N. Y., 5 Dec. , 

1 881. 

10980. III. Junius " b. Bradford, Pa., 14 Dec., 

18.82'. 

7281. Anne W. Phelps, b. Andover, Ct., 
April 18, 1S46, d. Nov. n, 1SS3, m, Nov. 18, 1S69, Flavel J. 
Bingham, b. Andover, Ct., Aug. 26, 1841, d. Cleveland, Ohio. 
Feb. 21, 1890. 

Res. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Child, b. Cleveleud, Ohio : , 

1098 1. I. Harvey J. (Bingham), b. March 26, 1876. 

7283. Henry Gurley Phelps, b. Andover, 
Ct,, Aug. 25 1S49, m. Dec. 29, 1875, Annie E. Sloan, of 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Res. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Child, b. Cleveland, Ohio : 

10982. I. Gurley S., b. Dec. 25, 1876. 

7286. Eva Josephine Phelps, b. Hebron, 
Ct., Feb. 12, 1853, m. Feb. 13, 1875, Eoren A. Welch. 
Res. Hebron, Ct. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
109S3. I. David Phelps (Welch), b. March 12, 1877. 

10984. II. Mary Elizabeth " b. June 27, 1878. 

109S5. III. Harold Percival " b. Oct. 14, 1881. 

10986. IV. Katheriue Whittlesey (Welch), b. May 22, 

1893. 

7288. Florence Louise Phelps, b. Hebron, 
Ct., Nov. 2, 1859, m. Nov. 24, 1892, H. Asa Bissell. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

109S7. I, Mary Elizabeth (Bissell), b. July 26, 1893. 

10988. II, Benjamin (Bissell), b. Dec. 12, 1895. 

7297. William Henry Harrison Phelps, b. 
Feb. 10, 1939, m. Goldsboro, N. C, Dec. 19, 1861, Eucy 
Elizabeth Briggs, b. Goldsboro, N. C, March 4, 1842, d. At- 
lanta, Ga., May 2, 1892, dau. of John and Harriet (Moses) 
Briggs. 



Eighth Generation. io6r 

Res. Atlanta, Georgia. 

Is an importers', shippers' and manufacturers' agent. 

Children : 

10989. I. William Candler, b. Columbus, Ga.,Oct. 19, 

1863. 

10990. II. Harriet Pauline, b. Columbus, Ga., Feb. 

1865, d, May, 1882. 

10991. I'll. Augusta Deems, b. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

10992. IV. Henry, b. Columbus, Ga., Jan., 1866, d. 

March, 1866. 

10993. V- Lucy Lee, b. Baltimore, Mi, 1S78, d. Oct. 

2, 1S97. 

10994. VI. Elinor Ruth, b. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 19, 1882. 

7303. Trim ax Phelps, b. Harrisonburg, La., 
Aug. is, 1X40, m. Anaqua, Texas, July 17, 1871, Mary 
McClanahan, (by adoption Moena S. vSeawell), b. Barnes, 
Texas, June 27, 1852, dau. of John and Mary (Lowe) 
McClanahan. Res. Karnes City, Texas, Mr. Phelps is a 
surveyor. 

Children, b, Anaqua, Texas : 

10995. L Daisy, b. Aug. 28, 1872. 

10996. II. Ruth, b. Nov. 30, 1873, d. April 15, 1S97. 

10997. III. Stirling T., b. May 10, 1877. 

7300. Silvia Phelps, b. Barkhamsted, Ct., 
March 14. 1817, d. Sept. 29, 1867, pub. Otis, Mass., Dec. 10, 
1837, m, Calvin Barker, of Hartford, Ct. 

Children, b. Hartford, Ct.: 

10998. I. Egbert (Barker), d. Hartford, Ct., 1898. 

10999. II. Willis " Res. Hartford, Ct. 

7310. Aaron Phelps, b. Barkhamsted, Ct., 
Oct. 15, 1818, d. Oct. 24, 1, soS, m. at Champlain, N. Y., 
April 23, 1848, Delany Baird, who died Dec. 29, 1859. He 
m. 2nd Oct. 19, 1865, Mrs. Addie Van Hise, of Patchogue, 
L. I. Records of Becket of marriage of Luther S., call him 
son of Aaron and Fidelia (Kibbe) Phelps. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. Otis, Mass.: 



1062 Eighth Generation. 

+ 11000. I. Luther Shepard, b. June 3, 1866, m. Caro- 

line L. Soule. 

7312. Daniel Phelps, b. Barkhamsted, Ct., 
July 9, 1S22, m. Lydia Maun. Res. Brown Deer, Wis. 

Child : 

1 1 00 1. I. Charles. 

7313. Israel Whiting Phelps, b. Barkham- 
sted, Ct., May 17, 1824, d. Jan. 4, 1S92, m. Aug. 30, 1848, 
Emeliue Rogers, b. - — , d. July 3, 1S86, daughter of Alvin 
and Charlotte Rogers. 

Res. Barkhamsted, Ct. 

Children, b. Barkhamsted, Ct.: 
+ 11002. I, Frances D., b. Oct. 15, 1849, in. James 

Thompson. 
11003. II. Eliza Jeunette, b. Feb. 24, 1851, d. Dec. 13, 

1S70. 
+ 11004. III. Rocelia Josephine, b. April 2, 1854, m. Mil- 
ton S. Thompson. 
+ 11005. IV. Clara Isabelle, b. Aug. 5, 1861, m. Frank 

Williams. 
1 1006. V, Henry F., b. Jan. 3, 1S67. 

7313a. Sarah Phelps, b. Barkhamsted, Ct., 
Sept. 4, 1826, pub. Otis, Mass., Aug. 16, 1847, m. Artemas 

Hunt. 

Child, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 1 1007. I. Ella Jane (Hunt),m. Howard W. Humphrey. 

7325. Ellen Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
about 1824, m. Alfred French, March, 1855. 
Settled in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Children, b. Cleveland, Ohio: 

1 1008. I. Julia H, (French). 

1 1009. II. Mary Hope " 

7327. Frederick Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt.,. 
1826, m. Mary Ayers, Oct., 1S58. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in South Hero, Vt. 

Child, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

11010. I. Gertrude. 



Eigh th Genera tio n . io ^3 

7346. Helen S. Lampsox, b. Redford, N. Y., 
28 Aug., 1835, m. Rouse Summons, at Kenosha, Wis., 24 
June, 1855. He was son of Horace and Huldah (Phelps) Sum- 
mons, b. Marcy, N. Y., 10 Sept., 1832. 
Mr, Summons resides in Kenosha, Wis. 

Children, b. Kenosha, Wis,: 
iion. I. Morah (Summons), b. 26 May, 1858, d. 7 

Jan., 1885. 

11012. II. William " b. 25 Oct., 1S64, d. 26 

Oct., 1865. 

11013. III. Eayton " b. 20 Aug., 1S67. 

11014. IV. SamuelS. b. 4 Feb., 1S70. 

7351. Kate Phelps, b. Brasher, N. Y., 29 
Aug., 1829, m. A. A. Hawkins, 29 Sept., 185S, He was sou 
of Esau and Betsey Hawkins, and was b. St. Lawrence Co., 
N. Y. A farmer in Clinton Co., Iowa. His wife Kate d. 
there 27 Nov., 1870. No issue. 

7352. Bexajah Phelps, b. Brasher, N. Y., 3 
Sept., 1832, m. Eliza Berry, at Brasher, N. Y. , 11 March, 
1857. She was daughter of Samuel and Rebecca (Chambers) 
Berry and was b. Skibbereen, Ireland, 9 Dec, 1829. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Clinton Co., Iowa. He was a school 
teacher, and a farmer. 

Children, b. Clinton Co., Iowa: 
+ 11015. I. John Henry, b. 6 April, 1858, m. Catharine 

Toubmau. 
+ 11016. II. George Benajah, b. 12 March, 1861, in. 

Nellie Dixon. 

11017. III. Alma Sawyer, b. 10 June, 1863, d. 25 Sept., 

1865. 

11018. IY. Samuel Berry, b. 8 April, 1866. 

7353. JohnS. Phelps, b. Brasher, N. Y., 6 
Oct., 1841, m. Elizabeth P. Schell, 12 Aug., 1874, at Big 
Rapids, Mich. She was daughter of Walter H. and Adelia 
(Broderick Price) Schell, and was b. Newton Falls, Ohio, 19 
May, 1850, now living (1895). 

Mr. Phelps settled in Rockford, So. Dakota. He is a mer- 
chant. 



io6f Eighth Generation. 

Children : 

11019. I. Florence Adelia, b. Big Rapids, Mich., 8 

May, 1S76. 

1 1020. II. Francis W. b. Rapids City, Mich, 27 Feb., 

1 889. 

7357. Graham Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
17 July, 1835, m. Harriet Morgan, 8 Nov., 1866. She was 
daughter of Samuel and Zerviah (Lewis) Morgan and was b. 
Cambridge, Vt., 10 Maw 1848, d. South Hero, Vt,, 10 May, 
1848, d. South Hero, Vt., 12 May, 1884. No issue. 

7360. Jane Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 24 
March, 1S40, m. William G. Gordon, 8 Feb., 1870. He was 
son of Ira and Experience (Patten) Gordon, and was b. Grand 
Island, Vt., 8 Jan., 1831. 

.Settled in Davisville, Cal. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Davisville, Cal.: 

1 102 1. I. George A. (Gordon), b. 21 Dec. 1870. 

11022. II. William P. " b. 20 Feb., 1873. 

1 1023. III. Abel A. " b. 22 Feb., 1S75 

1 1024. IV. Ira " b. 4 March, 1877. 
11024a. V. Florence b. 19 May, 18S0. 

7361. Albert Phelps, b. So. Hero, Vt., 18 

Sept., 1S41, m. Viola I. Keck, .25 June, 1S72. She was daugh- 
ter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Jackson) Keck, and was b. Wash- 
ington, Iowa, 10 July, [851, now living in Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mr. Phelps stttied in Minneapolis, Minn., now in County 
Clerk's office, abstractor. Res. 515 — 5th Ave, He is a lawyer. 
Children, b. Washington, Iowa : 

1 1025. I. Eliza M., b. 23 August, 1 s - 3 . 

11026. II. Francis O b. 19 Oct., 1875. 

7364-. Frederick Phelps, b, .South Hero, 
Vt., 26 June, 1847, m. Alice Carrie Burns, at Tremont, Cab, 
22 Aug., 1872. She was daughter of Archibald and Harriet 
Jane (Hyde) Burns, and was b. Diamond Springs, Col. 

Children : 

11027. I. Edgar Burns, b. Tremont, Cob, 20 Aug., 

[873. 



Eighth Generation. 1065 

11028. II. Olive Elsie, b. Tremont, Col., 15 Feb., 1875. 

1 1029. III. Harriet Jane, b. Tremont, Col., 24 Sept., 

1877. 

1 1030. IV. Ruby Augusta, b. Golden, Col., 8 March, 

18S0. 

1 103 1. A*. Alice Mary, b. Tremont, Col., 30 Dec, 18S2. 

1 1032. VI. Orange, b. Tremont, Col., 28 Dec, 1885. 

11033. ATI. Frederick, b. Tremont, Col., 11 Feb., 1888. 

78(H). Florence F. Phelps, b. South Hero, 
A't., 27 Oct., in.si. m. Warren H. Landon, 22 Jan., 1880. 
He was son of Edwin H. and Delia (Wheel) Landon, and was 
b. Alburgh, A T t., 8 July, 185 1. Rev. Mr. Landon lived for a 
time in Portland, Oregon, removing to San Rafael, Cal. A 
clergyman and professor in San Francisco Theological Semi- 
nary. 

Children, b. Portland, Oregon : 

11034. I. Mary Augusta (Landon), b. 18 Aug., 1887. 

1 1035. II. Warren Phelps b. 7 June, 1889. 
1103(1. III. Helen Florence b. 12 May, 1892. 

7370. Delia Phelps, b. Beekmantown, X. Y., 
8 Oct., 1845, m. Ernest J. Frew, at South Bombay, 6 Nov., 
1866. He was son of Thomas and Anna Frew, and was b. 
South Bombay, X. \\ , 4 Aug., 1846. He settled in South 
Bombay, X. \\, and is a farmer. 

Children, 1), South Bombay, X. Y.: 

1 1037. I. Thomas (Frew), b. 22 July, 1867. 

11038. II. Katherine " b. 15 Jan., 1869. 

1 1039. III. Ernest R. " b. 4 March, 1871, d. 26 

July, 1872. 

11040. IV. Phebe A. " b. 13 April, 1873. 

1 1 04 1. V. Athol L. b. 22 Nov., 1.S79. 

11042. AT. Grover " b. 20 Dec, 1884. 

11043. VII. Ernest W. " b. 17 Jan., 1875. 

VWZ James Phelps, b. Beekmantown, X. Y., 
23 Dec, 1S47, m - Carrie Churchill. She was daughter of 
George and Jane (Jackson) Churchill, and was b. Plattsburgh, 
X. Y. 



1066 Eighth Generation. 

Mr. Phelps settled in South Bombay, N. Y. He is a 
farmer. 

Child, b. South Bombay, N. Y.: 

1 1044. I. Daisy, b. 18 March, 1880. 

7373. Henry Phelps, b. Beekmautown, N. Y., 
29 Oct., 1849, m. Sarah A. Petty, at Brushtown, N. Y., 5 
Nov., 1S73. She was daughter of Otis and Klmira Petty, and 
was b. Brushtown, N. Y., 30 July, 1854. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Spring Cove, N. Y. He is a hotel 
keeper. 

Children, b, Brushtown, N. Y.: 

11045. I- Arthur A., b. 14 July, 1X74. 

1 1046. II. Nora May, b. 5 July, 1 S 7 7 . 

1 1047. III. Merchant, b. 5 Aug., 1882. 

742-t. Hanson C. Phelps, b. Alburgh, Yt., 10 
Aug., 1834, m. Louise HI Kent, at Norfolk, N. Y., 18 Oct., 
1859. She was daughter of William and Mary M. (Deale) 
Kent, and was b. Louisville, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., 21 
April, 1839. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Norfolk, N. Y. He is a commercial 
traveler. 

Children, b. Norfolk, N. Y.: 
1104S, I. William Kent, b. 24 July, i860, d. 22 Sept., 

18S2. 

11049. II. Samuel Mix, b. 10 Jan., 1863. Resides 404 

N. E. 4th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1 1050. III. Frederick S., b. 8 May, 1866. Resides N. Y. 

City, 1111111. 

11051. IY. Mabel Louise, b. 9 March, 1868, d. 23 Feb., 

1876. 

1 1052. V. Charles H., b. 13 Feb., 1870. Resides 2403 

Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

74-20. Sidney R. Phelps, b. Norfolk, N. Y., 
1838, m. about 1869, Emma Louise Calkins, b. Peru, N. Y. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Norwood, N. Y. He has a hotel and 
deals in coal. 

Children, b. Norwood, N. Y. : 



Eight Ji Generation . io6y 

11053. I. Jessie Louise, b. 29 June, 1871. 

1 1054. II. Sidney Prentice, b. 20 July, 1873. 

1 1055. III. Harry Burton, b. 11 Dec., 1875, d, 3 Aug., 

1884. 
H056. IV. Roscoe Calkins, b. 6 Sept., 1885, d. July, 
1886. 

7428. William Fermon Phelps, b. Norfolk, 
N. Y., 24 Feb., 1843, m. Ellen Frances Calkins, at Norfolk, 
N. Y., 19 Nov., 1868. She was daughter of Allen D. and 
Anna Eliza (Hewett) Calkins, and was b. Clinton Co., N. Y., 
now living in Norwood, N. Y. (1895.) 
Mr. Phelps settled in Norwood, N. Y. 

Children, b. Louisville, N. Y. , except the first : 

1 1057. I. Leslie Fermon, b. Potsdam, N. Y., 30 July, 

1S71 , d. 24 Nov., 1878. 

1 1058. II. Frances Beatrice, b. 19 Nov., 1874. 

1 1059. III. Mary Lillian, b. 1 Nov., 1877. 

11060. IV. Florence Louisa, b. 12 Sept., 1880. 

11061. A". Grace Ethel, b. 27 June, 1884, d. 12 Aug., 

1887. 

7-UO. Garry B. Phelps, b. Norfolk, N. Y., 
1840, m. Jane Candace Kent, sister of his brother Hanson's 
wife. She was b. 29 Sept,, 1822, 

Mr. Phelps settled in Minneapolis, Minn., 2403 Central 
Avenue. 

Child, b. Minneapolis, Minn.: 

11062. I. Mary, b. 14 Oct., 1S77, d. 26 Oct., 1879. 

74:38. Abel Mix Phelps, M. D., b. Al burgh, 
Vt., Jan. 27, 185 1, m. July 3, 1895, Cornelia Baker Bedell, b. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1871, daughter of James Hale and 
Catherine Louise (Cornwell) Bedell. 

Dr. Phelps is a physician at 62 East 34th Street, New York 
city. He graduated at the University of Michigan, March 27, 
1873, and took post graduate courses in the University of 
Vienna, Austria, and at Berlin, Leipzig, Kiel and Halle, 
1884-5-6, and at Guy's, St. Thomas's, and Kings', London, 
Eug., 1887-8. 

He was president of Am. Orthopedic Assn., 1894, vice- 



io68 Eighth Generation. 

president of N. Y. State Medical Society, delegate to the 8th 
International Congress, 1884, member of the X. Y. Academy 
of Medicine, professor of surgery, University of Vermont, 
Medical Department, professor orthopedic surgery, New 
York, Post Graduate School of Medicine, and professor of 
orthopedic surgery, University of the City of New York, 
from [887 to 1896. 

Children, b. New York city : 

1 1063. I. Kathryn Bedell, b, August 2, 1897. 

1 1064. II. Elinor, b. May 15, 1899. 

7448, George B. Phelps, 1). Woodbridge, 
Ct., 11 Feb., 1810, m. at Pittsburgh, Pa., 24 Dec, 1833, 
Martha S. Hartley, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Hartley, 
and was b. Pittsburgh, Pa., 1 Aug., 1813, where she d. 16 
March, 1891. 

Mr. Phelps was a merchant, located at Wood Street, corner 
of Diamond Street, from 1836 to 1890. He d. Saltsburgh, 
Pa., 16 Nov., 1896. 

Children, b. Pittsburgh, Pa.: 

1 1065. I. Sarah Hartley, b. April, 1836. 

1 1066. II. Elsie Marshall, b. Oct., [838. 

1 1067. III. Jane, d. in infancy. 

1 1068. IV. Thomas Hartley, b. 5 Dec, 1843. 

7450. Judge Edward Marshall Phelps, b. 
Woodbridge,- Ct., 13 Nov., 1813, m. in Elyria, O., 1837, Lu- 
cinda E. Hamlin. She was daughter of Rev. Jabez and Esther 
(Stowe) Hamlin, and was b. Alford, Mass., 29 Dec, 1815, and 
now living at St. Mary's, Ohio. 

Judge Phelps graduated at Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio, 
in 1S33. In his class were Edwin M. Stanton, afterward Sec- 
retary of War, Judge David Davis of 111., Judge of the United 
States Supreme Court, and Bishop Williams, of Louisiana. 
He studied law with Judge Law, one of the Supreme Judges 
of Ohio, and was admitted to practice in Ohio in 1835. He 
settled in St, Mary's, Ohio, in Aug., 1837. He was a leading 
lawyer of Northwestern Ohio, and his practice in the courts 
embraced many counties, and he was a Judge in the Court of 
Equity, and was a strong and successful Advocate and Judge, 



Eighth Generation. 1069 

He was twice elected to the State Senate, and was one of 
the active originators and champions of the Free School sys- 
tem. He was three times elected Judge of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, which position he filled with honor. 

He was a Christian and member of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, as was also his wife, for over forty years, and educated 
their family in that faith. He d. at St. Mary's, Ohio, 19 July, 
1883, honored and respected. 

Children, b. St. Mary's, Ohio: 

1 1069. I. Mary Lucinda, b. 6 July, 1838, m. Theoph- 

ilus G. Yonville. 

1 1070. II. Charles, b. 31 March, 1842, m. twice. A 

physician. 

1 107 1. III. Edward Marshall, b. 31 March, 1844, d. 29 

Sept., 1849. 

1 1072. IV. Susan Mosley, b. 29 Sept., 1845, m. Rev. 

Edward A. Barry. 

1 1073. V. Frederick Elisha, b. 8 Oct., 1S47, m. three 

times. 

74-51. John Ruggees Phelps, b. Woodbridge, 
Ct., 20 May, 1816, m. 29 April, 1844, Cecelia Martin, of the 
town of Pike, Wis., daughter of Peter and Nancy Martin, of 
Jefferson Co., X. Y. Mr. Phelps settled in Polo, 111., where 
he d. 10 Feb., [882. He was a hardware merchant. 

Children, b. Kenosha, Wis.: 

11074. I. Elsie Augusta, b. 5 Sept., 1846, d. 21 Jul}', 

1857- 

1 1075. II. Kate Julia, b. 25 April, 1840. Res. Polo, 111. 

1 1076. III. Charles B., b. 10 Aug., 185 1, d. 11 Feb., 

189S. 

74-53. Gen. Elisha A. Phelps, b. Wood- 
bridge, Ct., 5 Sept., 1820, m. Lucinda McChristy, at St. 
Mary's, Ohio, 4 Aug., 1855. She was daughter of Mr. Mc- 
Christy of Mercer Co. 

Gen. Phelps was a merchant in Celina, Ohio, where he d 
16 Oct., 1861. 

Children: 



loyo Eighth Generation. 

+ 11077. I. Edward E., b. Polo, 111., 20 Nov., 1856, m. 

Ruth Alden. 
+ 11078. II. Elsie Lucinda, b. Celina, Ohio, 16 July, 1839, 

111. William Gordon. 

74-56. Frances Bellows Phelps, b. St. 
Louis, Mo., 111. Eliza Ingersoll, of Detroit, Mich. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Detroit, Mich., where he d., and 
where his widow resided in 1S98. 

Children, b. Detroit, Mich.: 

1 1079. I. Frances Stone. 

1 1080. II. Marie. 

11081. III. David. 

11082. IV. Jessie. 

7459. Laura L. Emerson, b. Bellows Falls, 
Vt., 8 Sept., 1829, 111. Rev. Oliver H. Staples, 29 Nov., 1852, 
in Windsor, Vt. He was an Episcopal clergyman, and d. St. 
Louis, Mo., 11 March, 1S97, aged 86. Mrs. Staples res. 5525 
Clemens Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Children : 

1 1083. I. Alice Emerson (Staples), b. Champlain, N. 

N. Y., 22 Oct., 1853, d. Champlain, N. Y., 
July, 1854. 
110S4. II. Susan Eastman (Staples), b. Grand Rapids, 

Mich., 26 Oct., 1856, d. 31 March, 1S57. 

1 1085. III. Elizabeth Warden (Staples), b. Waukau, 

Wis., 28 Oct., 1860, m. Wilmer Curtis 
Stithe. 

74(>2. Dr. Elisha Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 
6 July, 1831, 111. Lucretia Maria Baker, at Boston, Mass., 1 
Jan., 1 s 5 7 . She was daughter of Eliphalet and Lucretia Os- 
good (Harrington) Baker, and was b. Boston, Mass., Oct., 
1838. Res. 7 Adelaide Street, Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

Dr. Phelps practiced medicine in Windsor, Vt., and San 
Francisco, Cal., now not known and unheard from in thirty 

years. 

Child, b. Boston, Mass.: 

1 1086. I. Jessie Lyon, b. 9 Aug., 1859, m. George R. 

Leavitt. 



Eighth Generation. ioyz 

7464-. George Benedict Phelps, b. Wind- 
sor, Vt., 14 June, 1836, m. Eliza Bulkley, at Brattleboro, Vt., 
now living. 

(After Mr. Phelps's death in 1869, she m. S. S. Knapp, of 
Brattleboro, Vt.) Mr. Phelps was a master mechanic. Dur- 
ing the Civil War he was a member of Co. F, 16th Regt., 
Conn. Vol., and wounded in battle of Autietam, and d. Wind- 
sor, Vt., 22 Nov., 1869. 

Child, b. Brattleboro, Yt.: 

1 1087. I. William Edward, b. 22 Feb., . 

74(>(>. James Paddock, b. 1828, m. Feb. 18, 
1857, Sarah Swift Cowles, b. Coventry, Yt., d. March 26, 
1874, daughter of Seth Fairchild and Sylvia Gridley (Strong) 
Cowles. See No. 3791. 

Children: 

1 1088. I. James Cowles (Paddock), b. Dec. 1, 1857. 

num. 

1 1089. II. Eddie Crafts (Paddock), b, i860, d. April 

14, 1862. 

1 1090. III. Susan Strong (Paddock), b. Jan. 4, 1862. 

Res, Jersey City, N. J., num. 

75(H). Miriam B. Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
1 Dec, 1S32, m. Buel Landon, at Milton, Vt., 28 Sept., 1884. 
He was son of Bird and Sarah (Lane) Landon, and was b. 
South Hero, Vt., 15 Aug., 182 1. He resided in Milton and 
South Hero, Vt., where he d. 25 April, 1S82. He was a 
farmer. His widow now resides in South Hero, Yt. 

Children: 

11091. I. Adelaide S. (Landon), b. Milton, Vt., 17 

Feb., 1856. 

11092. II. Thomas B. " b. South Hero, Vt., 2 

Oct., 1862. 
1.1093. III. Janet " b. " " " 22 

Feb., 1S67. 
1 1094. IV. Robert R. " b. Milton, Vt., 2 

April, 1873. 

7501. Guv O. Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 20 
May, 1834, m. Sarah E. Cheesman, 18 Sept., 1862. She was 



agent. 


i 1095. 


1 1096. 


1 1097. 


1 1098. 


1 1099. 



10 J2 Eighth Generation. 

daughter of Samuel D. and Julia (Perry) Cheesman, and was 
b. Milton, Vt., 9 Jan., 1838, and now living. Mr. Phelps 
settled in Milton, Vt., where he is a merchant and insurance 

Children, b. Milton, Vt.: 

I. Ella M., b. 30 July, 1S63. 

II. Lewis D., b. 4 Jan., 1865. 

III. Clark C, b, 20 Aug., 1871. 

IV. George A,, b, 2 Jan., 1875. 
V. Kail J., b. 3 Nov., 1876. 

750*2. Joski'iiine Phelps, b, South Hero, Vt., 
26 July, 1836, m. Emery Reynolds, at Milton, Vt,, 18 Sept., 
1856. He was son of William V. and Sarah (Brown) Rey- 
nolds, and was b. Grand Island, Vt., 1 Aug., 1834. Settled 
in Burlington, Vt. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Milton, Vt.: 

11100. I. Eaton B. (Reynolds), b. 4 June, 1858. 

iiioi. II. George H, b. 23 July, i860. 

1 1 102. III. Jennie R. b. 27 June, 1863. 

1 1 103. IV. Nattie b. 24 Oct., 1869. 

7504. William H. Phelps, b. South Hero, 
Vt., 28 Feb., 1841, m. Rose L. Greenmau, at Banks, Mich., 
14 April, 1870. She was daughter of Lorenzo and Luciuda 
Greenmau and was b. Rochester, N. Y., 16 Aug., 1851. Mr. 
Phelps settled in Norwood, later in Charlevoix, Mich. 

Children, b. Norwood, Mich.: 

1 1 104. I. Orville E. b, 29 August, 1871. 
1 1 105. II, Edith G., b. 20 March, 1873. 

1 1 106. III. Florence M., 4 May, 1873. 

7506. Susan A. Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
5 May, 1845, m. 1 Oct., 1867, John D. Piatt, b. Pittsburgh, 
N. Y. Settled in Milton, Vt., where he d., and where shed. 
5 May, 1879. 

Children, b. Milton, Vt.: 

1 1 107. I. Elizabeth (Piatt), d. in infancy. 

1 1 108. II. Anna Mary m. F. O. Sample. Res. 

Atlantic, Iowa. 



Eighth Generation . io 73 

1 1 109. III. Zepheniah (Piatt), in. Anderson. Res. Fre- 
mont Co., Iowa. 
1 1 no. IV. William 

run. V. James 

7511- Dr. Samuel H. Phelps, b. Milton, Vt., 
16 Dec, 1857, m. 27 July, 1880, Gertrude M. Ashley, daughter 
of Ezra B. and Jane G. Ashley. She was b. Milton, Vt., 13 
June, 1857. 

Mr, Phelps is a physician and settled in Milton, Vt. 

Children, b. Milton. Vt.: 

11112. I. Gertrude C, b, 5 Nov., 1881. 

1 1 113. II. Helen K., b' 29 July, 1883. 
n 114. III. Mary D., b. 6 March, 18S5. 

11115. IV. Susan Iy., b., 4 April, [887. 

111 16. V. Samuel A., b. 13 June, 1S99. 

7521. William Bourman Piiku-s, b. Fort 
Adams, Newport, R. I., 4 July, 1801, d. Bristol, R. I., n 
Feb., 1883, m. 6 Oct., 1822, Matilda Wiliiston. She was 
daughter of Cory and Patience (Macomber) Wiliiston. She 
was b. Tiverton, R. I., 2 July, 1805, d. 19 May, 1892. 
Children, b. Bristol, R. I.: 

1 1 117. I. Elizabeth Brumley, b. 30 Nov., 1823, m. 

Charles Simmons, Aug., 1865. She d. 27 

Nov., 1S67, 
+ 1111S. II. William Martin, b. 28 Feb., 1826, m. twice. 

+ 11119. III. Charles Henry, b. 27 Oct., 1828, m. twice. 

11120. I\'. Julia Ann, b. 16 April, 1831, m. Charles 

Chadwick, 1 Aug., 1852. She d. 14 Nov., 
1874. 

11121. V. L,ura Bourman, b. 8 Feb., 1834, d, 13 Nov., 

1836. 

1 1 122. VI. Laura Virginia, b. 9 May, 1837, d. 1839. 

+ 11123. VII. James Thomas, b. 15 Feb., 1S41, m, Alena 

M, Page. 
11124. VIII. Nancy Reas, b. 16 April, 1S44, m. David H. 
Ingersoll, 15 Dec, 1869. He was sou of 
David and Jane (Dawson) Ingersoll, and 
was b. Lincoln, N. H., 3 Sept., 1843. 
Settled in Providence, R. I. No issue. 

(11-16) 



iojl- Eighth Generation. 

11125. IX. Catharine Matilda, b. 12 Dec, 1849, d. 15 

April, 1S53. 

7524:. Philander Whitehorn Phelps, b. 
Utica, N. Y., 10 July, 1S10, m, Catharine Toole, at Utiea, N. 
Y., 29 Ma}', 1830. She was daughter of James and Mary 
Toole, and was b. Kildare, Ireland, d. Buffalo, N. Y., 10 
Dec., 1880. 

Mr. Phelps resides in Buffalo, N. Y., and is in the steam- 
boat business. 

Children, b. Buffalo, N. Y.: 

1 1 126. I. Mary Elizabeth, d. 

11 127. II. William Chauncey, d. 

11128. III. Walter James, d. 

1 1 129. IV. Isabel. Resides in Buffalo, N. Y. 

1 1 130. V. Martha Louisa. Resides in Baltimore, Md. 

11131. VI. Caroline. Resides Buffalo, N. Y., 442 14th 

Street. 

11132. VII. Horatio Seymour. 

1 1 133. VIII. Frank P. Resides New York city. 

1 1 134. IX. Janette G. Resides Buffalo, N. Y., 209 

Sevon Street. 

7525. Elizabeth Ann Phelps, b. Scipio, N. 
Y., 9 Dec, 1823, m. Rev. Lorenzo Scofield, 1 Jan., 184(1. 

Res. South America. 

Children : 

1 1 135. I. Walter Saunders (Scofield), b. 22 Oct. ,1846. 

1 1 136. II. Elizabeth Josephine b. 9 May, 1847. 

11137. III. Samuel Phelps b. ioJune.iSsi. 

11138. IV. Archie b. 12 Feb. ,1853. 

1 1 139. V. John Eddy b. 12 July, 1859. 

7526. Thomas H. Phelps, b. Scipio, N. Y., 
17 Aug., 1S26, m. Henrietta Benedict, 25 July, 1852. She 
was daughter of Uriah and Sally (North) Benedict, and was 
b. Ledyard. N. Y., 6 March, 1824. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Scipio, N. Y. He was for two years 
in Yale College, but obliged to leave on account of his health. 

Children, b. Scipio, N. Y. : 



Eighth Generation. io 75 

H~ 1 1 140. I. Evangeline Eliza, b. 29 Aug., 1853, m. - 

Benedict. 

1 1 141. II. Helen Augusta, b, 13 Oct., 1855, unmarried. 

1 1 142. III. Cecelia Benedict, b. 4 May, 1858, unmarried. 

1 1 143. IV. Sarah Henrietta, b. 15 June, 1862, d. 9 

June, 188 1, num. 
+ 11 144. V. Hattie Elizabeth, b. 28 July, 1S65, m. 

Wells. 

7527. John Bennett Phelps, b. Scipio, N. Y. , 
17 Eejb., 1S2S, m. Mary Augusta Crocker, 10 Oct., 1855. Mr. 
Phelps before marrying spent six years in California. After 
marrying he settled in Bloomington, 111. 

Children, b. Bloomington, 111.: 

11145. I. Jessie, b. 20 Sept., 1856. 

1 1 146. II. Dora, b. 15 April, 1859. 

7528. Sarah Helen Phelps, b. Scipio, N. Y., 
2 June, 1830, m. Stephen Sullivan Sabin, at Chatham, 111., 2 
April, 1865. He was sou of Ethan and Mehitabel Sabin, and 
was b. Lebanon, N. Y., 19 Sept., 18 10. He settled in Chat- 
ham, 111. He was a school teacher, carpenter, grocer and 
later a physician. He resided in Lebanon, N. Y., and Chat- 
ham, 111., where he d. 16 Aug., 1889. His widow still living, 
(1897). 

Children, b. Chatham, 111.: 

+ 11147. I. Winnifred (Sabin), b. 15 Aug., 1S68, m. 

Charles L. McKee. 

1 1 148. II. Edward L. (Sabin), b. 25 May, 187 1. 

7530. Columbia Miriam Phelps, b. Scipio, 
X. Y., 20 Sept., 1839, m. Francis M. Bennett, 22 July, 1857. 
He was son of Ezra and Sarah P. (Eldrad) Bennett, and was 
b. Bennettville, La., 26 Dec, 1S34. 

Mr. Bennett settled in Auburn, X. Y., where his wife d. 13 
Sept., 1891. He was a merchant and planter. 

Children, b. Auburn, X. Y. : 

1 1 149. I. Robert L. (Bennett), b. 2 July, 1858, ni. 

Edith - — . Had three children. 



ioy6 



Eigh fh ( idiera Hon . 



1 1 150. II. Ernest E. (Bennett), b. 1 July, 1863. 

11151. III. Win. Austin b. 7 March, 1861, cL 

1 1 March, 1S63. 

7533. Lieut. Seth Ledyard Phelps, b. Park- 
man, Ohio, 13 Jan., 1824, m. Elizabeth Maynoden, 1 July, 
1S53. She was daughter of Capt. Maynoden, of the Ordnance 
Department, Washington D. C, 

Lieut. Phelps is in the U. S. Navy, and was in the Naval 
Astronomical expedition to Chili, a few years ago. He was 
on the Conestoga, which he left to take charge of the U. vS. 
Gunboat Benton, in 1862. 

7539. Milo Phelps, b. Scipio, N. Y., 18 Oct., 
Oct., 1797, m. Charlotte Belden, in Scipio, N. Y., Dec, 1819. 
She was dan. of Comfort and Phebe (Raymond) Belden, and 
was b. Scipio, N. Y. , 2 July, 1798, d. Jasper, N. Y., 28 May, 

1839- 

Mr. Phelps resided in Scipio, N. Y., and Jasper, N. Y.,. 

where he d. 21 Nov., 1S77. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Jasper, N. Y., except first two : 

1 1 152. I. Joseph, b. Scipio, N. Y. ,' 4 April, 1S20, d. 

5 April, 1864. 

1 1 153. II. Sarah, b. Scipio, N. Y., 23 Nov., 1822, m. 

Hoffmann. 

11154. HI. Mortimer, b. 5 Jan., 1826. 

1 1 155. IV. Eliza, b. 1 June, 1828. 

1 1 156. V. Alvira, b. 1 April, 1830, d. 23 Eeb., 1853. 

11*157. VI. Henrietta, b. 8 April, 1832, m. White. 

11158. VII. Hannah, b. 25 Jan., 1832, 

n 159. VIII. Norman, b. 23 Eeb., 1837. 

7541. Ransom H. Phelps, b. Scipio, N. Y., 
27 Jan., 1S02, 111. Phebe Husted. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Bristol, N. V., where lied. 4 May, 
1 85 1. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Bristol, N. Y. : 



1 1 1 60: 


I. 


John. 


1 1 161, 


II. 


Maria 


II 162. 


III. 


Eliza. 



Eighth Generation. 



1077 



1 1 163. IV. Francis, d. in Savannah, N. Y., May, 1875. 

1 1 164. V. David. 

7542. Ambrose Phelps, b. Scipio, N. Y., 4 
June, 1S07, m. Lucinda Sparks, at Scipio, N. Y., Nov., 1834. 
She was daughter of Peter and Minerva (Alford) Sparks, and 
was b. Scipio, N. Y., and died there May, 1852. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Scipio, N. Y., and Marshall, Mich., 
where he d. 18 July, 1864. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Scipio, N. Y.: 

1 1 165. I. Arnold, b. after 1S35. Res. Rice Creek, 

Mich. 

1 1 166. II. Marcella, m. Henry Udell. Res. Marshall, 

Mich. 

To-J-:). Corydon Phelps, b. Scipio, X, Y., 31 
Oct., 1809, m. Susan Hoaglen, April, 1832. She was daughter 
of Joshua and Elizabeth (Torkis) Hoaglen, b. Hickory, N. Y., 
6 March, 18 10, now living. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Marshall, Mich., where he d. 12 April, 
1876. He also resided in Bristol, Hamburg and Union Springs, 
N. Y. 

Children: 
I. Louisa, b. Bristol, N. Y., 4 Feb., 1833, d. 1 

Sept., 1893. 
II. Malauca, b. Bristol, X. Y., 22 March, 1833, 
m. - Sackett. She d. 6 Dec, 1874. 



1 1 167 

1 1 168 

1 1 169 

1 1 170 

1 1 171 



1 1 172 



11173 
11174 

+ III75 



1 1 176 
11177 



III. Elizabeth, b. Union Springs, N, Y., 21 Aug., 

1836, 

IV. Mary, b. Hamburg, X. Y., 21 Dec, 1838. 
V. Sarah, b. " 1 9 Nov., 1840, d. 

1S41. 
VI. Henrietta, b. Union Springs, X. Y., 10 May, 

1843- 
VII. Josiah, b. Savannah, X. Y., 15 May, 1S46. 
VIII. Huldah, b. " " 20 Dec, 1847. 

' IX. William H., b. " " 31 Aug., 1S49, 

m. Clara A. Younger. 
X. Susie, b. Savannah, X. Y., 1 May, 1851. 
XI. Harriet, b. " " 19 Dec, 1853. 



royS Eighth Geyieratioti . 

Note. — Elizabeth Torkis was half sister to Jessie Edwards,, 
now in law for lost property for 99 years, of Trinity Church. 

7544. Elizabeth J. Phelps, b. Scipio, X. Y., 
10 Dec., 1812, rri. George Smith. Settled in Seneca Falls, 
X. Y., where he d. 30 Aug., 1890, and where his wife d. 10 
Dec, 1S43. He was a blacksmith. 

Children : 

1 1 178. I. Josiah (Smith), b. Ledyard, X. Y., d. 1S64. 

1 1 179. II. Maria " b. 

1 1 180. III. Elizabeth " b. 

1 1 181. IY. Marietta " b. Seneca Falls, X. Y., 7 

June, 1S35, m. — - Anderson, Res. Sen- 
eca Falls. X. Y. 

7545. Hiram Phelps, b. Scipio, X. Y., 29 
Sept., 1 Si 4, m. Charlotte G. Jump, 20 March, 1838. She 
was daughter of Horace and Catharine (Drake) Jump, and 
was b. Green Co., X. Y., 29 Oct., 18 19, d. West Bloom field, 
X. Y., 21 Oct., 1S93. 

Mr. Phelps settled in West Bloomfield, X. Y. He is a 
farmer. 

Children, b. Bristol, X. Y. : 

11182. I. Calvin L., b, 14 Dec, 1840. 

+ 11183. II. William H., b. 24 July, 1842, m. Mary J. 

Taylor. 

11184. III. Elizabeth C, b. 26 Feb., 1846. 

1 1 185. IY. Barbara A,, b, 29 May, 1853,111. — Clement. 

7546. Dr. DkWitt Clinton Phelps, b. Led- 
yard, X, Y., 14 March, 1820, m. Barbara Ann Alleman, at 
Fayette, X. Y., 28 June, 1849. She was daughter of Jacob 
and Xancy Ann (Xematitter) Alleman, and was b. Fayette, 
X. Y., 22 June, 1823. Dr. Phelps was a practicing physician 
in Rochester, X. Y., where he d. Sept., 1852. 

Children, b. Rochester, X. Y. : 

+ 11186. I. Henry DeWitt C, b. 5 April, 1S50, 111. 

Eibbie M. Shattuck. 
11187. H. Allima B., b. 29 August. 1852. 



Eighth Generatio7i. i°79 

7547. David Phelps, b. Dutchess Co., N. Y., 
1 6 Dec, 1788, in. Mary Morey, at Sand Lake, N. Y., 22 
Dec, 1811. She was b. Dauby, Vt. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Sand Lake, N. Y., soon remov- 
ing from there to Rush, N. Y., where he resided up to about 
1 S3 1, when he removed to Washington, Mich,, where he died. 

Children : 

11188. I. Ebenezer M., b. Sand Lake, N. Y., 23 Jan., 

1813. 

1 1 189. II. Lovica, b. Rush, X. Y., 20 Jan., 1815, d. 11 

Jan., 1S53. 

11190. III. George, b. Rush, N. Y., 4 March, 1817, d. 

13 March, 1832. 

11 191. IV, John, b. Rush, N. Y., 4 June, 1819. 

1 1 192. V. James, b. " " 4 Oct., 1821. 

11193. VI. Leauder, b. " 28 Feb., 1S24. 

11194. VII. Elizabeth, b. Rush, N. Y., 29 July, 1S26. d. 

29 Nov., 1849, uimi. 

1 1 195. VIII. Mary Ann, b. Rush, X. Y., 13 July, 1828, 

d. 29 Nov., 1849, 1111111. 

1 1196. IX. William F., b. Rush, X. Y.. 29 Sept., 1830, 

d. 19 July, 183 1. 

1 1 197. X. William F., b. Washington, Mich., 16 June, 

1832, d. 17 Sept., 1832, 

7560. Lkwis Xklson PHp;LP,s,b. Ira, X, Y., 13 

Jan., 1826, m. . He m. 2nd . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Holton, Muskegon Co., Michigan. 

Children, by 1st wife : 

1 1 198. I. Gilbert B., b. Ira, X. Y., 10 Xov., 1847. 

1 1 199. II. Harriet Hicks, b. Wayne, X. Y., 10 Dec, 

1850, d. 3 Jan., 1876. 

1 1200. III. Lura Smith, b. Huron, X. Y., 23july, 1853. 

11201. IV. Ida F. Wells, b. " " 23 Oct. ,1858. 

1 1202. V. Caroline " " 15 May, 1862. 

Child, by 2nd wife : 

1 1203. VI. Simeon X., b. Holton, Mich., 15 April, 

1879. 



io8o Eighth Generation. 

7572. Sarah Phelps, b. New Milford, Ct., 
about 1823, in. Israel Sutherland. Settled in New Milford, 
Ct. 

Child : 

11204. I. Frederick (Sutherland), b. New Milford, Ct. 

7573 Ann Eliza Phelps, b. New Milford, 
Ct., about 1825, m. Nicholas McArthur. 
Settled in New Milford, Ct. 

Children, b. New Milford. Ct.: 

1 1 205. I. James (McArthur.). 

1 1 206. II. George " 

11207. HI- Frederick " 

7609. Frederick Chaffee, b. Becket, Mass., 
17 March, 1S23, in. in Rutland, Yt., 31 Oct., 1S50, Charlotte 
Thrall, daughter of Reuben and Elizabeth (Goor) Thrall, and 
was b. Rutland, Yt., 12 April, 1832, d. there 9 April, 1894. 

Mr. Chaffee settled in Rutland, Yt., where he d. 21 April, 
1S91. 

Children, b. Rutland, Yt.: 

+ 11208. I. George Thrall (Chaffee) , 1). 25 Dec, 1S57, 

m. Helen L,. Stoddard. 

11209. . II. Newman Keys (Chaffee), b. 4 July, 1S68, m. 

Mabel Gibson in Philadelphia, Pa., 27 
Dec, 1S94. She was dau. of Col. Win. R. 
and Francis (Thrall) Gibson, and was b. 
San Antonio, Texas, 14 Oct., 1873. 

7610. Woixott Chaffee, b. becket, Mass., 
15 June, 1826, 111. Jeunette A. Judd, at Ravenna, Ohio, 8 
July, 1849. She was daughter of Howard and Ruth (Carter) 
Judd, and was b. Ravenna, Ohio, 12 Maw 1826, d. Windham, 
Ohio, 4 Jan., 1895. 

Mr. Chaffee settled in Windham, Ohio. Is a farmer. P. O. 
Garrettsville, Ohio. 

Children: 

11210. I. George N. (Chaffee), b. Ravenna, Ohio, 17 

July. 1850, d. 21 Dec, 1857. 



Eighth Generation. 1081 

11211. II. Alva B. (Chaffee), b. Windham, Ohio, 22 

April, 1853. 

1 12 12. III. Lucy C. (Chaffee), b. Windham, Ohio, 2 

July, 1-S57, m. Mark E. Birchard, iS Oct., 

1S76. 

7611. Joseph C. Chaffee, b. Becket, Mass., 
19 Aug., 1828, m, Caroline Laflin Phelps, 29 Nov., 1859. She 
is No. 51 1; s. 

Mr. Chaffee settled in Lee, Mass. He is in the insurance 
business, and is agent and treasurer and manager of the Lee_ 
Water Co. His wife d. Lee, Mass., 3 July, 1892. 

Children, b. Lee, Mass.: 
+ 11213. I. Frederick Knowlton (Chaffee), b. 14 April, 

1 8 70, m. Mary Barker. 

11214. II. Kate (Chaffee), b. 9 Nov., 1876, d. 6 Feb., 

1S86. 

7612. Elizabeth A. Chaffee, b. Becket, 
Mass., 5 Oct., 1831, 111. 26 Sept., 1852, William Alson Mes- 
senger, son of William Alson and Eudora Messenger, and b. 
Windham, Ohio, 12 March, 1827, where he settled and died 2 
Sept., 1885. He was a farmer. His widow living in 1S97, 

Children, b. Windham, Ohio: 

11215. I- Arthur W. (Messenger), b. 3 Oct., 1853. 

11216. II. Hattie E. " b. 22 June, 1856. 

11217. III. Nettie E. " b. 8 Dec, 1862. 

7625. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Mansfield, Pa., 
29 Sept., 1818, m. Miner A. Cook, in Lawrenceville, Pa., 10 
June. 1842. He was son of David Cook. 
Settled in Mansfield, -Pa. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Pa.: 

11218. I. Delraiu (Cook), d. young. 

11219. II. Laura b. 29 Nov.. 1847, d. 21 

Aug., i860. 
1 1220. III. Delia (Cook), b. 10 March, 1850, d. 29 
Sept., 1880. 

7026. Sophroxia A. Phelps, b. Guilford, N. 
Y., 27 July, 1824, m. Philetus R. Dorsey, 7 Nov., 1849. He 



T082 Eighth Generation 



.n 



was son of David and Catharine (Hickman) Dorsey, of Cort- 
land, N. Y., and was b. 24 March, 1820. Res. Mansfield, Pa. 

Children, b. Lamb's Creek, Pa.: 



b. 26 June, 1854. 

b. 14 Jan. , 1858. 

b. 21 Sept., i860, d. 2 



1 122 I . 


1. 


Alice <J. (Dor 


I 1222. 


II. 


George W. 


I I223. 


III. 


Henrietta K. 


I 1224. 


IV. 


Charles H. 
Feb., 1862. 


II225. 


V. 


Ella M. 
Nov., 18S0. 



b. 27 Nov., 1867, d. 27 



7628. John Mixer Phelps, b. Mansfield, Pa., 
21 July, 1828, m. Emily Clark, who d. Oct. 30, 1S80. 

Child : 

1 1226. I. Charles B. 

7629. Andrew Jackson Phelps, b. Mans- 
field, Pa., 8 Feb., 1830, m. 22 March, 1854, Sarah M. Ketch- 
am, b. 1834, d. Syracuse, N. Y., 21 Feb., 1878. He m. 2nd 
9 June, 1880, Mrs. Jemima Deane Allen, b. 1849. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Syracuse, N. Y. He is agent there 
of the New York Central & Hudson River R. R. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Syracuse, N. Y,: 

11227. I. Ella M., b. 2 Sept., 1S58, 111. Francis C. 

Hewlett, 19 Oct., 1882. 

7632. Hiram Van Buren Phelps, b. Nelson, 
Pa., 24 Aug., 1837, m. Jane Bartley, in Mansfield, Pa., 4 Dec/, 
1859, She d. there 24 Oct., 1863. He m. 2nd Emma E. 
Robbins, 2 Jan., 1865. She was daughter of William E. and 
Sophronia (Woodman) Robbins, and was b. Sullivan, Pa., 21 
Jan., 1844. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Mansfield, Pa. He is a stationary 
engineer. 

Child by ist wife, b. Mansfield, Pa.: 

11228. I. Oliver H., b. 24 Feb., 1862. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Mansfield, Pa.: 

11229. tl. Eaura M., b. 28 Oct., 1865. 

1 1230. III. Volcot C, b. 17 Sept., 1868. 



Eighth Generation, J0S3 

11231. IV. May Belle, b. 5 May, 1871, d. 9 Dec, 1871. 

11232. V. Anna J., b. 30 June, 1873. 

1 1233. VI. Bert H., b. 4 March, 1S79. 

7643. Charles Phelps Noble, b. Springfield, 
Mass., 28 Oct., 1-815, m. Philury Jane Pease, 13 Oct., 1835. 
She was daughter of Ganes and Philury (Ames) Pease, and was 
b. Enfield, Ct., 21 May, 18 16. 

Mr. Noble was a locomotive engineer, and for a time an 
engineer in the fire department at Chicago, 111., where he d. 
20 Aug., 1S66. His widow in 1878 resided in Thompson- 
ville, Ct. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

1 1 234. I. Anne Eliza (Noble), b. 3 April, 1836, m. 

Edward Whiting. He d. 19 Jan., 1868. 
She in. 2nd Benjamin Bennett, a paper 
manufacturer. He d. 14 Feb., 1875. She 
had no issue. 

11235. II. Mary B. (Noble), b. 2 July, 1838. Killed 

by cars at Elmira, N. Y., 28 July, 1853. 
1 1236. III. John G. P. (Noble), b. 19 March, 1842. 
Killed in War of the Rebellion, 1863. 

11237. EV. Frank B. (Noble), b. 27 April, 1844, d. 20 

Sept., 1S45. 

1 1238. V. Frank C. P. (Noble), b. 2 May, 1847, m. 

Joanna M. English. 

7644. Mary Smith Noble, b. Springfield, 
Mass., about 1817, m. William Porter Adams. Settled in New 
Haven, Ct., where his wife d. in Oct., 1844. 

Children, b. New Haven, Ct.: 

11239. I. William Porter (Adams), b. Sept., 1841, d. 

in infancy. 

1 1240. II. Mary Ann (Adams), b. Dec, 1843, d. in 

infancy. 

11241. III. Mary Ann (Adams). 

7646. L/ydia Phelps, b. Guilford, N. Y., 29 
Sept., 1823, m. Isaac Holden, in Mansfield, Pa., 4 March, 
1 841. He was son of Daniel and Eydia (Lounsberry) Holden, 



ioSj Eighth Generation. 

and was b. Berne, N. Y., 13 August, 1816. Settled in Mans- 
field, Pa. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Pa.: 

11242. I. Delia W. (Holden), b. 15 July, 1843, d. 31 

March, 1844. 

1 1243. II. Ada A. (Holden), b. 16 April, 1847, d. 9 

Oct., 1849. 

11244. III. Charles " b. 30 Dec, 1849- 

11245. IV. Addie H. " b. 15 Dec, 1854. 

11246. V. Carrie O. " b. 4 Nov., 1865. 

11247. VI. Eva L. b. 10 Sept., 1869. 

76±S. Harriet Phelps, b. Unadilla, N. Y., 

March 30, 1826, m. Thomas. She d. . 

Children : 

1 1248. I. Edward (Thomas). Res. Oregon. 

1 1 249. II. Cassius " Res. Elorida. 

7651. Erastus Phelps, b. Elkland, Pa., Oct. 
3, 1SS1, m. Whittaker. 

Children : 

1 1250. I. Flood. Res. Canoe Camp, Pa. 

11251. II. Walter Charles. Res. The Dalles, Oregon. 

1 1252. III. Watson C. Res. 72 Carlton St., Buffalo, 

N. Y. 

7650. Watson Clay Phelps, b. Mansfield, 
Pa., 30 Jan., 1844, m. Mary Dike Maxwell, at Coudersport, 
Pa., 20 April, 1869. She was daughter of Alonzo James and 
Marilla (Andrews) Maxwell, and was b. Coudersport, Pa., 17 
March, 1852., residing in Buffalo, in 1896. Mr. Phelps has 
resided in Canoe Camp, Coudersport, Mansfield, and Tioga, 
Pa., and now resides in Buffalo. He is a real estate broker at 
72 Cortland St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Children : 
+ 11253. I. Helen May, b. Canoe Camp, Pa., 8 May, 

1867, m. Harry Guy Smith. 
1 1244. II. Nettie Leon, b. Coudersport, Pa., 28 Oct., 

1S70. 



Eighth Generation. 1085 

11255. III. Clarke, b. Mansfield, Pa., 18 Dec.,' 1874, d. 

25 March, 1875. 

1 1256. IV. Martin Arthur, b. Mansfield, Pa., 26 May, 

1876. 

1 1257. V. Guy Alonzo, b. Tioga, N. Y., 18 April, 18S8. 

?(>57. Mary Jennette Phelps, b." Canoe 
Camp, Pa., 18 Nov., 1847, m. William W. Maun. He was son 
of Israel and Anuis (Burlingame) Mann, and was b. Norwich, 
X. Y. Resides in Whitesville, X. Y. 

Children: 

11258. I, Dee A. (Mann), b. Kelly town, Pa., 20 March, 

1877. 

1 1259. II. Arthur Ward (Mann), b. Kellytowu, Pa., 6 

May. [881. 

11260. III. Lula K. (Mann), b. Mansfield, Pa., 5 Oct., 

1885. 

7658. Sarah Jane Phelps, b. Westfield, 
Mass., 4 July, 1842, m. Charles Carrol Pratt, 1861. 

Child: 

1 1 26 1. I. Edward (Pratt), b. 1862. 

<(>(>:{. George Benjamin Phelps, b. Mount 
Morris, X. Y.. m. Agnes Phillipson. Res. Mount Morris, 
X. Y. 

Children, b. Mount Morris, X. Y. : 

1 1262. I. Agnes. 

+ 11263. II. Frances Kleauor, b. May 16, 1854, m. Dr. 

James D. Spencer. 

1 1264. III. Isabella G. 

1 1265. IV. John L. 

11266. V. George Benjamin. 

7678. William Barnes, b. Pompey, X. Y., 26 
May, 1825, m. Emily P. Weed at Albany, X. Y., 10 July, 
1849. She was daughter of the Hon. Thurlow and Catharine 
(Ostrander) Weed, and was b. Rochester, X. Y., 10 Oct., 
1827, d. Albany, X. Y., 10 Feb,, 1889. 

Xote. — The Hon. Thurlow Weed was for many years pro- 
prietor of the Albany Evening Journal, and was noted through- 



io86 Eighth Generation 



.^ 



out the country as an honest politician and statesman. Mrs. 
Barnes was concerned in the Sanitary Com. in war of 1861, 
and has always written on political questions. 

Mr. Barnes graduated at college and studied law, and set- 
tled in Albany, N. Y. On the organization of the Insurance 
Department of the State of New York he was appointed its 
first superintendent, which office he held during the term of 
about ten years, and until the Tweed ring came into power. 
Their policy of conducting this department not being in 
accordance with his ideas and experience, he then resigned. 

Mr. Barnes during his administration and organizing of this 
department became widely known, and was highly respected 
for his sterling honesty and integrity. He now resides in 
Albany. 

Children, b. Albany, X. Y. : 

11267. I. Catharine W. (Barnes), b. 10 Jan., 1S51. 

1 1268. II. Thurlow W. " b. 5 June, 1853. Of 

firm of Houghton, Mifflin & Co. of Boston, 
Mass. - 

1 1269. Ill, Emily \V. (Barnes), b. 4 Dec, 1858. 

1 1270. I\'. Harriet I. b. 2 March, 1864. 

1 1 27 1. V, William b. 17 Nov., 1866. Is 

editor and proprietor of Albany Evening 
Press. 

7679. Horace Phelps Barnes, b, Pompey, 
N. Y., 23 Sept., 1S27, 111. Charlotte Davoux, at Baldwinsville, 
N. Y., 3 Sept., 1S52. She was daughter of John and Rhoda 
Maria (Barber) Davoux, and was b. North Bay, Oneida Co., 
N. Y, 11 May, 1834, d. in Baldwinsville, N. Y., 5 Dec, 
1887. Mr. Barnes settled in Baldwinsville, N. Y. , where he 
d. Nov., 1S81. He was a farmer. His two oldest sons re- 
side in Baldwinsville, N. Y. 

Children, b. Baldwinsville, N. Y. : 

11272. I. Franklin P. (Barnes), b. 3 July, 1855. 

11273. II. Charles O. b. 11 Nov., 1S57. 

11274. III. Alice " b. 17 Sept., i860. 

11275. IY. Mary b. 19 Nov., 1867. 

11276. Y. Orson b. 30 April, 1872. 



Eighth Generation. ioSj 

7()S0. Dr. Orson Barnes, b. Pompey, N. Y. , 
10 Sept., 1829, m. Sally Danforth, at Paterson, N. J., 18 
Sept., 1 86 1. She was daughter of Charles and Mary (Mil- 
lett), Danforth, and was b. Paterson, N. . J., iS Feb., 1835, 
where she d. 17 May, 1S65. 

Mr. Barnes graduated at college and studied medicine. 
Settled in Paterson, N. J., where he was a practicing phy- 
sician. He d. 2S July, 1875. His sister, Sarah Eliza Barnes, 
unmarried, lives with his daughter Sarah, his only surviving 
child, in Patterson, N. J. 

Note. Charles Danforth invented one of the first spinning 
frames for cotton mills, patented and sold same in England, 
then organized the firm of Danford, Cook <S: Co., Mfr's. of 
Locomotives. 

Children, b. Paterson, N. J.: 

ri27J. I. Child, twin, d. soon after birth. 

1127S. II. 

1 1279. III. Sally L. D. (Barnes), b. 6 May, [865. 

76S2. Lucien Barnes, b. Baldwiusville, N. 
Y. , 25 Dec, 1835, m. Augusta Georgia Trumble, at Albany, 
N. Y., 26 May, 1S69. She was daughter of John Montgom- 
ery and Mary A. (Mullins) Trnmble, and was b. New York 
City, 30 Dec, .1840, now living in Syracuse, N. Y. 

Mr. Barnes resided for a time in N. Y. City and Albany, 
finally settling at Syracuse, N. Y. Res. 218 North-west St. 
Mr. Barnes for 10 years was chief clerk in the New York In- 
surance Department at Albany, N. Y., under his brother 
William Barnes, the Supt, After this he became a noted in- 
ventor ; among some of his useful patents is the Barnes 
Automatic Car Coupler, on which he has taken several pat- 
ents, and which is now adopted by all the Yanderbilt lines of 
Railroad as well as many others. 

He is now connected with a nephew in the manufacture of 
these couplings and other railroad materials in Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Children : 

1 1280. I. Lula A. (Barnes)' b. Albany, N, Y.,4 April, 

1S70. 



io88 Eighth Generation. 

11281. II. Edith M. (Barnes), b. Albany. N.Y., 6 July. 

1872. 

1 1 282. III. Mary T. (Barnes), b. Albany. N. Y., 7 

July 1S74. 

11283. IV. Lucius (Barnes), b. Albany, N. Y., 30 July, 

[877. 

1 1284. V. Florence (Barnes), -b. New York City, 21 

June, 1881. 

?(>8-t. Henry 'Willis Phelps, b. Springfield, 

Mass., 10 March, 1830, m. Annie X. Warner, b. Delia. C. W., 
18 Jan., 1839. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Peoria, 111., thence to Council 
Bluffs, and now resides in Minneapolis, Minn. 

Children : 

11285. I. Maria Bartlett, b. Peoria, 111., 21 Dec, i860,. 

m. N. J. Nailor. 

1 1286. II. Mary Isabella, b. Peoria, 111., 17 July, 1S62, 

m. H. Elliot. 
1 1 287. III. Henry Willis, b. Peoria, 111., 5 June, 1865. 

1 1288. IV. Persis, b. Council Bluffs, Iowa, 10 Feb., 

1867, d. young. 

11289. V. Lucy, b. Minneapolis, Minn., 19 April, 1869. 

1 1290. VI. Annie Warner, b. Minneapolis, Minn., 6 

Aug., 1872. 

11291. VII. A son, b. Minneapolis, Minn. 5 Feb., 1874, 

d. young. 

7686. John Wesley Phelps, b. Springfield, 
Mass., about 183-, in. Helen E. Clark, b. Northampton, 
Mass. she d. 

He in. 2nd Fanny J. Thayer, b. Norwich, Ct. 
Mr. Phelps settled in New York city. Res. 466 Lexington 
Avenue. 

Child by 1st wife, b. New York city : 

11292. I. Willis, b. 9 August, 1866. 
Child by 2nd wife, b, New York city : 

1 1293. II. Carrie Louisa, b. 27 Oct., 1878. 



Eighth Generation. 10S9 

770'2. Alice Phelps, b. Springfield, Mass., 
March 10, 1855, m. Mt. Morris. N. Y.. Dec. 31, 1878. Charles 
Ozro Thomas, b. Belfast, X. Y.. March 27, 1849, son of Ozro 
and Polly (Hurd) Thomas. Res. Caro, Mich., where Mr. 
Thomas is a merchant. 

Children: 

11294. I- Harry O. (Thomas), b. Caro, Mich., March 

24, 1881, d. March 26, 1SS1. 

11295. II. Willis Phelps (Thomas), b, Buffalo, N. Y., 

Oct. 21, [882, 

1 1296. III. Lawrence Hurd (Thomas), b. Caro, Mich., 

Nov. is, 1SS7. 

770:{. Jennie Shumway Phelps, b. Spring- 
field, Mass., Sept. 29, 1856, m. Mt. Morris, X. Y., Oct. 8, 
1879, George Stuart Ralston, b. Lockport, X. Y., Oct. 13, 
1855, son of Robert S. and Cornelia (Metcalf) Ralston. 

Children: 

1 1 297. I. Harris Phelps (Ralston), b. Caro, Mich., 

Dec. 26, [880. 

11298. II. George Phelps (Ralston), b. Mt." Morris, N. 

Y., Oct. 9, 1883, d. Jan. 26, 1S87. 

77<M>. Adelaide Louisa Phelps, b. Xew 

York city, 16 June, [853, m. William Rainey Woodward, 30 
Oct., 1872. He was b. New York city. 17 June, 1852, where 
he resides. 

Children, b. Xew York city : 

1 1299. I. William Phelps (Woodward), b. 3 Xov., 

[873, d. 28 April, 1875. 

11300. II. Edgar Prescott (Woodward), b. 22 May, 

1S77, d. 9 July, 1885. 

11301. III. Cedrick Rainey (Woodward), b. 15 Oct., 

1887. 

7711. James L. Phelps, b, Xew York city, 3 
Feb., 1861, m. Florence Isabella Fisher, 4 Feb., 1883. She 
was b. Red Bank, X. J., 11 July, 1864. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Xew York city. 

(11-17) 



/opo Eighth Generation, 

Child, b. New York city : 

11302. I. Florence Adelaide, b. 7 Jan., 1SS4, 

7721. Hattie Louisa Phelps, b. Sandoval, 
111., 20 Sept., 1S67, in. Isaac C. Martin, 26 June, 1SS7. 

Mr. Martin settled in Mt, Vernon, 111., where his wife d. 
soon after giving birth to her first child. 

Child : 

11303. I. Edward W. (Martin), b. Mt. Vernon, 111. 

7723. Leon Vanderpool Phelps, b. Sand- 
oval, 111., 12 Nov., 1875, m. Lena Graeser, 24 Dec, 1895. 
She was daughter of William and Mary Ann Graeser, and 
was b. Centralia, 111,, 6 Nov., 1876. Living in St. Louis, in 
1896. No issue. 

Mr. Phelps is a dairyman at 1 s 15 Biddle St., St. Louis, Mo. 

7727. Mary Mabbett Warren, b. Troy, N. 
Y., 6 May, 1834, m > John Isaac Thompson. Resides in Troy, 
N. Y. 

Children, b. Troy, N. Y.: 

4- 1 1304. I. Hobart Warren Thompson, b. 2 April, 1862, 

m. Grace McLeod. 
+ 1 1305. II. Mary Warren (Thompson), b. Troy, N, Y.. 

m. Edward Courtland Gale. 

7728. Walter Phelps Warren, b. Troy, N. 
Y., 13 June, 1S41, in. 11 July, 1866, Martha Mabbett W 7 arreu, 
daughter of William Henry Warren. She was b. Moran, 
N. Y. 

Mr. Warren settled in Troy, N. Y. , and is president of the 
Fuller & Warren Co. 

Children, b. Troy, N. Y. : 

1 1306. I. William Henry (Warren), b. 3 June, 1867, 

111. Caroline Gleason. 

1 1307. II. Joseph Mabbett, b. 14 Dec, 1868, d. 7 May, 

[872. 

11308. III. Mary Eliza (Warren), b. 5 Feb., 1870, m. 

Thomas Vail, 5 Nov., 1897. 

1 1309. IV John Hobart (Warren), b. 9 May, 1873, d. 

10 June. 1873. 



Eighth Generation. iooi 



s 



11310. V. Walter Phelps (Warren), b. 31 Dec., 1874. 

1 131 1. VI. Elizabeth (Warren), b, 4 April, 1S76, d. 3 

Feb., 1S7S. 

11312. VII. Chester Ingersoll (Warren), b. 22 Feb., 

1880. 

7730". Phkbe McKean Warren, b. Troy, N. 
Y., 5 Aug., 1844, m. Isaac McConehe, 11 Oct., 1866. 
Settled in Troy, N, Y. 

Children, b. Troy, N. Y. : 

11313. I. Anna Pruyn (McConehe), b. 30 Nov., 1867, 

d. 11 Sept., 186S. 

11314. II. Warren (McConehe), b. 8 July, 1869. 

11315. III. Malcolm b. 24 Aug., 1871. 

11316. IV. Elizabeth Warren (McConehe), b. 12 Aug,, 

is, So. 

7731. Anna Warren, b. Troy, N. Y., 21 
Feb., 1S49, m. John Murray Glidden, b. Liverpool, Eng., 4 
Juh T „ 1843. Settled in Boston, Mass. 

Children, b. Boston, Mass.: 

11317. I. Mary Warren (Glidden), b. 10 May, 1871. 
II. Joseph Warren b. 18 June, 1S72. 

11319. III. Annie Gardner "• b. 20 Nov., 1873. 

1 1320. IV. William Gernon " b. 27 Dec, 1875, d. 



1 1321 

1 1322 

1 1323 

1 1324 



Aug., 1895. 
V. John M. " b. 22 May, 1877. 

VI. Susan Adelaide b. 2 Dec, 1879. 

VII. Anna Caroline " b. 27 May, 1883. 

VIII. Arthur Boyntou " b. 14 June, 1885. 



7734. Elizabeth Warren Nicholls, b. 
Salisbury, Ct., April 24, 1845, m. Sept. 2, 1868, Hon. Walter 
Abbott Wood, b. - -, d. Jan. 15, 1S92. 
Res. Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 

Mr. Wood was president of the Walter A. Wood Mowing 
& Reaping Machine Co., from 1865, He was a member of 
Congress, 1878 to 1S82. 

Children, b. Hoosick Falls, N. Y.: 

1 1325. I. Walter Abbott (Wood), b. June 2, 1871. 

11326. II. Julia Nicholls (Wood), b, June 9, 1874. 



iog2 Eighth Generation. 

7 ?.'{">. George Huntington Nicholls, b. 
Salisbury, Ct., Jan. 17, 1847, m. Oct. 9, 1878, Mary Emma 
Smith, b. Nov. 2, 1856, daughter of Henry Peter and Helen 
(Marshall) Smith, of Greenwich, N. Y. 

7738. Mary Nicholls, b. Cherry Valley, N. 
Y,, May 31, 1855, m. May 27, 1875, Charles William Barnum, 
b. Lime Rock, Ct., Oct. 30, 1851, son of Hon. William Henry 
and Charlotte Ann (Burrall) Barnum. 

Res. Lime Rock, Ct. 

Mr. Barnum is in the iron and car wheel business, con- 
nected with the Barnum Richardson Co. 

Children, b. Lime Rock, Ct.: 

1 1327. I. Richard Nicholls (Barnum), b. April 8, 1876. 

11328. II. Charlotte " b. Oct. 12, 1S78. 

7739. Anna Theresa Phelps, b. Glens Falls, 
N. Y.,.Feb. 1, 1856, m. June 2, 1879, William Milo Barnum, 
b. Lime Rock, Ct., Jan. 25, 1856, son of Hon. William H. 
and Charlotte Ann (Burrall) Barnum. 

Res. Mamaroueck, N. Y. 

Mr. Barnum is a lawyer in New York city, of the firm of 
Simpson, Thatcher & Barnum, with which Thos. B. Reed has. 
connected himself, 10 Wall Street. 

Children, b. New York city, except last : 

1 1329. I. Laura (Barnum), b. Dec. 27, 1880. 

1 1330. II. William Henry " b. April 5, 1S82. 

11331. Ill, Walter " b. Feb. 3, 1SS7. 

1 1332. IV. Phelps b. Mamaroneck, N. 

Y., Aug. 19, 189:. 

7740a. Mary Phelps, b. Lakeville, Ct., April 
11, 1866, m. at Mamaroueck, N. V., July 16, 1891, William 
H- Jacob. 

Res. New Rochelle, N, Y. 

Children : 



11333- 


I. Mary Phelps (Jacob). 


1 1334- 


II. Leonard 


"335- 


III. Walter Phelps " 



Eigh th Genera tio n. io 93 

7741. Samuel Elsworth Phelps, b. Wind- 
sor, Ct., 30 June, 1852, m. Adelia T. Filley, 28 March, 1871. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct. He was town clerk in 
Windsor in 1S85 and 1886. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

1 1336. I. Addie, b. 10 July, 1S72. 

7742. Annie Marshall Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 6 Jan., 185S, m. Hugh Harbison, 29 Dec, 1887. 

Mr. Harbison was b. Hartford, Ct., where he settled. 

No record of children. 

To her we are indebted for the records in this line. She 
also says : " This branch of the Phelps family has a pair of 
andirons, a crane, and a trammel which William Phelps, the 
ancestor, brought over from England in 1630, which together 
with an oaken chest, a pair of tongs, and a panel of a bed- 
stead, are the only relics of our said Pilgrim father. 

7755. Harrie Robinson Newbury, b. Detroit, 
Mich., Sept. 1, 1856, m. Dec. 16, 1820, Harriet Antoinette 
Dudgeon, dan. of Anthony and Harriet (Iugersoll) Dudgeon. 

Child : 

1 1337. I. Gladys (Newbury), b, Feb. 26, 18S5. 

7756. Truman Handy Newburg, b. Detroit, 
Mich., Nov. 5, 1864, m. Feb. 7, 1888, Harriet Josephine 
Barnes, daughter of Alfred C. and Josephine (Richardson) 
Barnes, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Child : 

11338. I. Carroll (Newbury), b. Nov. 7, 1888. 

7703. Alice M. Phelps, b. Oak Grove, Wis., 
13 Feb., 1848, in. at Lyons, Iowa, 15 Jan., 1871, John Alex- 
ander Nalliuger, son of Thomas and Mary (Alter) Nallinger, 
and b. Jqnesville, Ohio, 13 Feb., 1842. Settled in Lyons, 
Iowa. He is in the real estate and investment business. 
Children, b. Lyons, Iowa : 

1 1339. I. George (Nallinger), b, 2 Jan., 1873. 

11340. II. John Burton " b. 24 Feb., 1875. 

11341. III. Elaranette b. 14 July, 1877. 

11342. VI. Keymou N. " b. 15 Oct., 1SS1 . 



/"',// High tli Generation. 

7789 John Phelps, b. Vernon, Ohio, 19 
Aug., 1829, m. Sarah Moore, at Waterford, Pa. She was 
daughter of Alexander and Martha (Lyttle) Moore, and was 
b. Waterford, Pa., d. at Andover, Ohio, in 1818. Hem. 

2nd . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Waterford, Pa., and later in Union 
City, Pa. 

Children, b. Waterford, Pa., by 1st wife : 

1 1343. I. Grove, b. 1S70. 

1 1344. II. Goldy, b. 1875. 

1 1345. III. Flossie, b. 1878. 

Child, by 2nd wife : 

1 1346. IV. 

7790. Charles F. Phelps, b. Vernon, Ohio, 
17 Sept., 1835, m. Mary Oliver at Waterford, Pa., 1S66. 
She was daughter of Andrew and Mary (Vocam) Oliver, and 
was b. Waterford, Pa., 1847, where she d. 1871. He m. 2nd 
Kate Benson, 1874. She was daughter of William and Sub- 
mit (Phelps) Benson, and was b. 1846, d. 1887. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Waterford, Pa., and later in North 
Easton, Pa. 

Child, by 1st wife : 

1 1347. !■ Theodore William, b. Waterford, Pa., 1870, 

d. young. 

Child, by 2nd wife : 
1 1348. II. Theodore William, b. North Easton, Pa., 18 

Oct., 1876. 

7702. Ursula Phelps, b. Vernon, Ohio, 16 
Feb., 1840, m. Philo Philip Hays, at Vernon, Ohio. He was 
son of Philo Hays, and was b. Ohio. Settled in Youngstown, 
Ohio. He is a detective. 

Children : 

1 1349. I. Charles (Hays). 

1 1350. II. John 

7793. Caroline Phelps, b. Vernon, Ohio, 25 
July, 1842, m. Henry Bridgeman, at Hartstown, Pa. He was 



Eighth Generation. . 1095 

son of Benjamin and Annie (Avery) Bridgeman, and was b. 
Williamsfield, Ohio. 

Child, b. Meadville, Ohio : 

11351. I. Sadie (Bridgeman), b. 1875. 

7704. Mary S. Phelps, b. Vernon, Ohio, 7 
June, 1845, m. Win. C. Stanford, at Greenville, Pa., 5 Dec, 
1863. He was son of James H. and Martha (L,ogan) Stan- 
ford, and was b. Evausburgh, Pa. Settled in Yonngstown, 
Ohio, where his wife d. 13 April, 1S91. 

Children, b. Evausburgh, Pa., except the 2nd : 

1 1352. I. Frank C. (Stanford), b. 14 Oct.. 1S64. 
.11353. II. Carrie M. " b. Meadville, Pa.. 4 

May, 1S67. 

11354. III. Willie " b. 22 Feb., 1S69, d. 23 

Feb., 1869. 

11355. IV. Blanche D. b. 17 June, 1872. 

11356. V. George T. " b. 1 Oct., 1875. 
II 357- VI. Alma C. b. 24 Sept., 1879. 

11358. VII. Grove B. " b. 16 April, 1883, d. 

21 Nov., 1884. 

11359. VIII. Bessie B. " b. 2 March, 1886. 

771)5. Silas B. Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., '17 
Jnly, 1S42, m. Susie J. Smith, at Granby, Ct., 2 March, 1866. 
She was daughter of William K. and Anna Smith, and was 
b. Belchertown, Mass., 13 Sept., 1849. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Springfield, Mass., and from thereto Norwich, Ct. He is a 
machinist. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

11360. I. Willie, b. 18 Feb., 1867, d. 10 July, 1867. 

1 1 36 1. II. Frank J., b. 8 Sept., 1869. 

1 1362. III. George, b. 5 Nov., 1873, d. 2 July, 1874. 

7706. Julia Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 15 Aug., 
1845, in. Samuel H. Case, at Barkhamsted, Ct., 20 March, 
1866. He was son of Hiram and Emeline (Blakeslee) Case, 
and was b. Barkhamsted, Ct,, 22 Nov., 1838. 

Children, b. Barkhamsted, Ct.: 



iop6 Eighth Generation. 

1 1363. I. Jessie May (Case), b. 28 Nov., 1867. 

11364. II. Wilbert Samuel (Case), b. 28 July, 1870. 

1 1365. III. Clifford Phelps " b. 19 April, 1886. 

7797. Alice B. Phelps, b. Monkton, Vt., 8 
Oct., 1854, 111. Elihu C. Pierce, at Burlington, Vt., 14 Feb 
1S7S. He is a merchant. Settled in Blair, Neb. 

Children, b. Blair, Neb.: 

1 1366. I. Mary P. (Pierce). 

1 1367. II. Nellie 

11368. III. Cora' 

11369. IV. Stanley H. 

1 1370. V. Bertha " 

7803. William E. Phelps, b. Carlisle, Ohio, 
3 April 1839, in. Rachel Snyder, in 1863. She was b. in 
Ohio. He resided in 111. Soon after the birth of 1st child he 
enlisted in War of Rebellion. This was 30 Sept., 1864, in 
Co. A. 151st. 111. Iuft. After an absence of nine months, 
Mrs. Phelps hearing unfavorable reports of Mr. Phelps, 
which were not true, had a divorce from him and some after 
re-married, leaving Mr. Phelps's son with some friends, in a 
distant county, and removed to Texas, and had children. 
She d. Oklahoma, Indian Ter., 7 March, 1S91. After an ab- 
sence of two years, Mr. Phelps returned home, and not being 
able to find any trace of wife or son, after a long search, con- 
eluded the}- were dead, and in 1868 he m, for 2nd wife- — , 
in the South. He settled in Colfax, Iowa, and Sheldon, 111. 
He and his 2nd wife are now living. A year or two since, 
Mr. Phelps and his son met after a separation of twenty-seven 
\ ears, although unknown to each other. There was only one 
county separating them. 

Child, by 1st wife, b. Princeville, 111.: 

11371. I. William P., b. 30 Sept., 1864, m. Elizabeth 

Cox. 

Chiidreii, by 2nd wife : 

1 1372. II. Nellie, b. Colfax, Iowa, 24 June, 1870, d. 

22 Jan.. [889. 



Eighth Generation. iogj 

1 1373. III. Minnie, b. Sheldon, 111,, 7 April, 1872. 

1 1374. IV. Luuie, b, " " 13 Feb., 1874. 

1 1375. V. Amanda, b. 4 May, 1876. 

11376. VI. Mabel, b. " " 7 Nov., 1878. 

11377. VII. Wildie, b. Donovan, 111., 3 April, 1880, 

7814. Timothy Phelps Kinney, b. Windsor, 
Ct., iS Sept., 1847, m. Imogene Loomis, 24 Dec., 1873. 
Mr. Kinney settled in Windsor, Ct. 

Child, 1). Windsor, Ct.: 

11378. A daughter, b. 9 July, 1876. 

7816. Kate Elizabeth Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 3 March, 1S58, m. Sidney Willis Hollister, 29 Sept., 1875. 
Settled probably in Windsor, Ct. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

1 1379. I. Carrie Phelps (Hollister). 

1 1380. II. Edward Buell 

11381. III. Edith May " b. 15 Sept., 1879. 

1 1382. IV. Ralph Spencer " b. Oct., 1881. 

7820. George Wakefield Phelps, b. Win- 
sted, Ct., 25 July, 1S42, m. Ellen M. Forbes, at Sheffield, 
Mass., 21 Feb., 1867. She was daughter of William and 
Minerva (Shears) Forbes, and was b. Sheffield, Mass., 13 Nov., 
1840. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Winsted, Ct., where he died June 5, 
1896. He was in the banking business for many years. 
Children, b. Winsted, Ct.: 

1 1383. I. Lancelot Lawrence, b. 4 June, 1869, d. 15 

Sept., 1869. 

1 1384. II. Judith Bigelow, b. 18 Nov., 1S70. 

1 1385. Ill, William Henry, b. 24 May, 1875. 

1 1386. IV. Lancelot, b. 24 Aug., 1880. 

7821. Elizabeth Newhouse Phelps, b. Win- 
sted, Ct., 22 Jan., 1857, 111. Edward L. Soule, 22 Jan., 187S. 
He was son of Henchman S. and Lydia (Lincoln) Soule, and 
was b. New Haven, Ct., 23 Jan., 1853. Resides at 508 Wash- 
ington street, Dorchester, Mass. 

Children: 



iog8 Eighth Generation. 

11387. I. Lydia L. (Soule), b. Boston, Mass., 21 Oct., 

[878. 

1 1388. II. Lucy Wakefield (Soule), b. Boston, Mass., 

1 July, 1880, d. April ig, 1899. 

1 1389. III. Lancelot P. (Soule), b. Boston, Mass., 15 

. April, 1883. 

1 1390. IV. Lincoln R. (Soule), b. Newton, Mass., 22 

Aug., 1885. 

11391. V. Leslie (Soule), b. Flushing, .N. Y. , 29 April, 

1889. 

?S'24-. Samuel Ingham Phelps, b. Essex, Ct., 
15 July, 1847, m. Josephine Smith, 21 Dec, 1871. She d. 
Essex, Ct., 15 Oct., 1875. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Essex, Ct. He d. at Chattanooga, 
Tenn., Jan. 10, 1S91. 

Child, b. Essex, Ct.: 

1 1392. Harrison Fish, b. 11 May, 1S73. 

78*25. Dr. James Lancelot Phelps, b. Say- 
brook, Ct., 6 May, 1856, m. Jan. 13, 1890, Harriet Weed 
Coulter. She was daughter of Judge James E. Coulter, of 
New York City. 

Mr, Phelps was a practicing physician at Essex, Ct., and 
for several years held the office of Judge of Probate, and of 
town clerk. He died May 18, 1899. 

7834. William Harvey Phelps, b. Eastport, 
Me., 13 May, 1830, m. Elizabeth Lyshon, in St. George, P. 
E. Church, West Philadelphia, Pa., 19 May, 1874. She was 
daughter of John L. and Mary (Howell) Lyshon, and was b. 
Tamacpna, Pa., 24 Sept., 1850, living 1896. 

Mr. Phelps resided in New Castle, West Philadelphia and 
Malvern, Pa. He is a dealer in books, stationery and period- 
icals. 

Children : 

1 1393. I. John Harvey, b. New Castle, Pa., 2 April, 

1875. 

11394. II. Ke/.iah, b. Shamokin, Pa., 6 Oct., 1876, m. 

- Bostwick, of Homer, N. Y. 



Eigh th Gene ra tio n . 



i°99 



II395 
1 1396 

"397 

11398 

1 1399 

1 1400 

1 1 40 1 

1 1402 



III. William Harvey, b. W. Philadelphia, Pa., 19 

Feb., 187S, d. 18 Dec., 1S79. 

IV. Ralph Howell, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 16 Jan., 

1SS1. 
V. James Warren, b, Philadelphia, Pa., 3 Jan., 
1883. 
VI. Euphrasia, b. Malvern, Pa., 12 July, 1885, 
d. 8 July, 1 888. 
VII. .Stephen Bostwick, b. Malvern, Pa., 3 July, 
1 887. 
VIII. Grace Elizabeth, b. Malvern, Pa., 17 May, 
1889. 
IX. Ruth, b. Malvern, Pa., 25 Aug., 1S91. 
X. Ida, b. Malvern, Pa., b. 20 Jan., 1894. 



7845. Caroline M. Crant, b. Covington, N. 
Y., 26 March, 1830, m. Nov. 29, 1S54, Charles B. Merrill, b. 
Oct. 5, 1825. 

He is a manufacturer at Watertown, Ct. 

Children, b. Watertown, Ct.: 

11403. I. Charles (Merrill), b. 29 Nov., 1857, 

1 1404. II. Caroline b. 9 March, 1859. 

1 1405. III. Freddie " b. Sept., 1861, d. Sept., 

1861. 

7863. Harlow William Phelps, b. Haskell 
Flats, N. Y., 26 May, 1842, m. at Rogers Park, 111., Emma 
Kyle, 9 April, 1868, b. 9 Sept., 1849. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Rogers Park, 111. He is a commer- 
cial traveler, with the house of John S. Gould & Co., 
Chicago, 111. 

Children, b. Rogers Park, 111.: 

1 1406. I. Anna A., b. 8 Feb., 1S72, d. 13 Nov., 1879. 

1 1407. II. Grace A., b. 14 Sept., 1873. 

1 1408. III. Bessy, b. 11 July, 1881. 

7864. Warren O. Phelps, b. Hector, N. Y., 
1 Sept., 1S45, m. Louisa Brown, 12 July, 1869. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Cuba, N. Y,, and is a miller. 
Children, b. Cuba, N. Y.: 



tioo Eighth Generation, 



& 



i 1409. I. Helen Edith, b. 30 August, 1S71. 

11410. II. Florence E., b. 22 Nov., 1875. 

7870. William Harlow Phelps, b. in Has- 
kell Flats, N. Y., 16 Oct., 1S45, in. Lois J. Wilson, at North- 
field, Ohio, 8 Feb., 186S. She was daughter of John and 
Elizabeth (De Haven) Wilson, and was b. Northfield, Ohio, 6 
Nov., 1846, d. St. Louis, Mo., 25 Nov., 1894. 

Mr. Phelps read law with the Hon. M. B. Champlain, at 
Cuba, N. Y., was admitted to practice in Albany, N. Y., at 
the age of 21. In 1866, he settled in Carthage, Mo. He has 
been a member of the State Legislature, was a delegate to the 
democratic convention in 18S4, held at Chicago, and one of a 
committee on platforms from his state, and is now attorney 
for one of the north extension railroads in his state. He was 
assaulted in the court house at Carthage, 6 Dec, 1875, by 
James Harden, two bullets taking effect, one in his left side, 
and the other in the face. From the effect of these wounds 
he fully recovered. In the following February, Harden was 
shot in the streets of Carthage, while on his way to dinner, 
and Mr. Phelps was arrested and indicted for the murder, and 
was tried and acquitted as in self-defense. 

Children, b. Carthage, Mo.: 

11411. I. Maud Helen, b. 26 Feb., 1874. 

11412. II. Florence Pauline, b. 13 July, 1876. 
1141-3. III. William Howe, b. 13 Sept., 1882. 

7871. Cyrus Emmet Phelps, b. Haskell 
Flats, N. Y., 28 May, 1848, m. at Clarksville, N. Y., 11 Sept., 
1869, Agnes E. Keller, b. Clarksville, N. Y., 23 May, 1849. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Haskell Flats, N. Y., from there 
to Cuba, N. Y., and in 1892 to Washington. D. C. He is 
engaged in the lumber business. 

Children : 

11414. I. Cecil Lois, b. Haskell Flats, N.Y., 21 Aug., 

1889. 

11415. II. Cyrus Earl, b. Cuba, N. Y., 19 Aug., 1880. 

<S?*2. Charles Hampton Phelps, b. Haskell 
Flats, N. Y.. 7 Dec, 1856, m. Ina Burliugame, b. Haskell 
Flats, N. Y., 21 Aug., i860. 



Eighth Generation. nor 

Mr. Phelps settled in Carthage, Mo. 

Children, b. Carthage, Mo.: 

11416. I. Edith M., b. 27 Sept., 1S79. 

1 141 7. II. Harry B., b. 17 Dec., 1885. 

7874. Bessie Phelps, b. Hector, N. Y., Jan. 
7, 1853, m. at Haskell Flats, N. Y., March 1, 1876, George B. 
Rounsevell, son of Nelson and Betsey (Patch) Rounsevell, of • 
Caroline, N. Y. 

Mr. Rounsevell is in the insurance business at Haskell 
Flats, N. Y. 

Child, b. Haskell Flats, X. Y.: 

+ 11418. I. Nelson (Rounsevell), b. Jan. 19, 1877, m. 

Kate Cole. 

<S?5. Georoij Hamilton Phelps, b. Haskell 
Flats, N. Y., Sept. 24, 1854,' m. June 19, 1878, T. Adelle Can- 
field, daughter of Darius and Hannah (\\ lllover) Canfield, of 
Olean, N. Y., and Findlay, Ohio. She died— — . 

He m. 2nd, June 19, 1894, Ada Coe Wicker, daughter of 
Henry and Sarah (Cue) Wicker, of Olean, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps removed from Olean, X. Y., to Findlay, Ohio, 
in April, 1888. 

Child by first wife, b. Olean, X. Y.: 

11419. I. Nina Adelle, b. Dec, 1885. 

7877. Dwight Phelps, b. Xorfolk, Ct., Sept. 
3, 1834, m. at Lockport, 111., Sept. 2, 1856, Diana Lowe, b. 
Randolph, X. H., Dec. 9, 1839, daughter of Justus and Lois 
(Watson) Lowe. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Winsted, Ct., 1853-6, removing to 
Lockport, 111., and from there to State Line, in Sharon, Wis,, 
returning to Winsted, Ct., where he was of the firm of D. & 
W. B. Phelps, druggists. He died Sept. 6, 1899. Has an 
adopted daughter, Alice, b. Winsted, Ct., Oct. 29, i860, m. 
Charles Smith. 

Child, b. Sharon, Wis.: 

+ 11420. I. William Justus, b. Jan. 1, 1S59, m - Jennie 

Forbes. 



tto2 Eighth Generation. 

7879. William Betts Phelps, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., June 2i, 1843, m. at Edgartown, Mass., Sept. 20, 1S69, 
Elizabeth Davis Osborne, b. Edgartown. Mass., Oct. 15, 1846, 
daughter of James C. and Achsa (Norton) Osborne. Res. 
Winsted, Ct. Mr. Phelps is of the firm of D. & W. B. Phelps, 
druggists. 



'00' 



Child, b. Win-ted. Ct.: 

1142 1. I. Mabel Osborne, b. June 1, 1878. 

7890. Luther C. Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct,, 
11 May, 1S54, m. Cora E. Phelps. She was daughter of John 
J. Phelps, and was b. Millbrook, Colebrook, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hamdeu, Ct., where he d. 23 June, 
1S70. 

Child : 

1 1422. I. A daughter, rT^Hamden, Ct.. 3 June, r888. 

7915 Rosaltha Griswold, b. BleudomOhio. 
April 10, 1S35. d. March 15, 1S95, in. Nov. 3, 1853, Daniel 
Mathias Slyh. 

Res. Marble Cliff, Franklin Co., Ohio. 

Children, b. Marble Cliff, Ohio : 

11423. I. Ida Mary (Slyh), b. March 26, 1855. 

1 1424. II. Clarence Henry (Slyh), b. Nov. 20, 1857, m. 

March 30, 1S85, Caroline Lakin. Res. 
North Columbus, Ohio. 

1 1425. HI. George Franklin (Slyh), b. Dec. 20, 1861. 

1 1426. IV. Jesse Cicero (Slyh), b. March 16, 1865. 

1 1427. V. Miriam (Slyh), b. July 30, 1866, 'm. June 15, 

1897, Dr. John Gordon. Res. North Col- 
umbus, Ohio. 

1 1428. VI. Emma Almeda (Slyh), b. June 30, 1870, m. 

June 15, 189S, Henry Baker. 

1 1429. VII. Etta Ruth (Slyh), b. July 18, 1878. 

7910. Minerva Griswold, b. Bleudon, Ohio, 

May 18, 1839, m. Feb. 14, 1856, James Dawson, b. , d. 

July 5, 1850. She m. 2nd August 27, 1863, James Wester- 
velt. Res, Wester ville, Ohio. 



Eigh th Gene ra tio n. n°3 

Child, by ist husband, b. Westerville, Ohio : 
+ 11430. I. Jennie (Xawson), b. Nov. 20, .1856, m. 

Lovett W. Jones. 
Children, by 2nd husband, b. Westerville, Ohio : 

11431. II. Mary M. (Westervelt), b. June 30, 1864. 

1 1432. III. Ada Belle " b. July 28, 1867. 

1 1433. IV. Frank Griswold " b. May 22, 1871, d. 

May 5, 1872. 

7926d. Charles Phelps Barker, b. Hunt- 
ington, Ohio, May 25, 1859, m. at Hart, Michigan, Dec. 21, 
1887, Laura Butler. 

Mr. Barker is an attorney-at-law in Minneapolis, Minn. 

Children : 

1 1434. I. Grace (Barker), b. Nov, 21, 1888. 

11435. II. Helen " b. July 8, 1892. 

1 1436. III. John Butler b. Dec. 11, 1S94. 

11437. [V. Catharine Adeline ' b. April 19, 1899. 

7926g. Rev. Charles William Hempstead, 
b. Nevada, Iowa, Aug. 24, 1856, ra. at Lewis Center, Ohio, 
April 5, 188S, Minnie May Ferson. 

Mr. Hempstead is a clergyman, and resides in Gahanua, 
Ohio. He graduate! from college at Marietta, Ohio, and 
from Lane .Theological Seminary at Cincinnati, Ohio, and has 
been preaching in various circuits since 1888. 

Child, b. Orange, Ohio : 
1143S, I. Harold (Hempstead), b. March. 2, 1892. 

7931. Rosetta Phelps, b. Blendoii, Ohio, 
March 30, 1840, ra. at Louisiana, Mo., March 14, i860, Rob- 
ert D. Dean, b. Blendou, Ohio. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ohio, except the first: 
-r 1 1439. I. Horace Wellington (Dean), b. Bowling Green, 

Mo., Feb. 5, 1S61, m. Jennie K. McKillips. 

1 1440. II. Charles Augustus (Dean), b. Aug. 18, 1864. 

A bookkeeper. 

11441. III. Bert (Dean), b. Oct. 5, 1867. 

1 1442. IV. Frank F. (Dean), b. Oct. 16, 1870. 

1 1443. V. Infant son (Dean), b. July 4, 1872, d. . 



iioj. Eighth Generation. 

1 1444. VI. Infant daughter (Dean), b. June 29, 1874, 

d. . 

1 1445. VII. Rosetta Phelps (Dean), b. Nov. 8, 1879. A 

music teacher. 

7938. Lorena .Frank Phelps, b. Ralls Co., 
Mo., June 1, 1865, m. Oct., 1881, - - Durham. 

Mr. Durham is a hardware merchant at Maxwell, Cal, 

Children: 

1 1446. I. Roy (Durham). 

1 1447. II, Myrtle 

1 1448. III. Leslie " d. March, 1898. 

1 1449. IV. Leland 

?W»t>. Homer Gustavtjs Phelps, b. Ralls Co., 

Mo., Aug. 27, 1866, m. Sept., 1891, . 

He is a professor in the State Agricultural and Mechanical 
College at Bozeman, Montana. 

Child: 

1 1450. I. Homer G., b. Sept., 1S91, d. Feb., 1895. 

7940. Martha Mazie Phelps, b. Yolo Co., 
Cal., June 20, 1869, m. July, 31, 1894, Dr. Sanford, of 

Maxwell, Cal. 

Child : 

1 1 45 1. I. Dudley, (Sanford). 

7942. Frank Phelps, b. Blendon, Ohio, 19 
Jan., 1S52, m. Cora Dell Noble, 16 Dec, 1885. Shewasdau. 
of John and Elizabeth (Brinkerhoff) Noble, and was b. Wes- 
terville, Ohio, 26 April, 1863. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westerville, Ohio. He is a tanner. 

Children, b. Westerville, Ohio: 

11452. I. Daniel C. b. 13 Jan., 1887. 
1 1453, II. John M., b. 31 Dec., [891. 

<04o. Edward Phelps, b. Blendon, Ohio, 27 

Aug., 1853, m. Lydia M. Deibler, at Westerville, Ohio, 17 

Nov., 1880. She was daughter of George S. and Susan 

(Spayd) Deibler, and was b. Dauphin Co., Pa., 25 Jan., 1853. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westerville, Ohio. He is a farmer. 



Eighth Generation. tto§ 

Child, b. Central College, Ohio : 

1 1454. I. William C, b. 23 Sept., 188 1. 

7944-. Leonard Phelps, b. Blendon. Ohio, 25 
June, 1855, m. Laura Landou, at Westerville, Ohio, 13 Jan.. 
1885. She was daughter of Mordecai and Catharine B. (Phil- 
lips) Laudon, and was b. Westerville, Ohio, 29 Dec. 1862. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Westerville, Ohio. He is a farmer. 
Child, b. Westerville, Ohio : 

1 1455. I. Henry L., b. 10 March, 1886. 

7946. Chat-ncky Wright Phelps, b. Blen- 
don, Ohio, March 11, 1S44, d. Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 24, 1879, 
m. Jane Jones, of Columbus, Ohio. 

Mr. Phelps served in the Ohio Vol. Infantry in war of 1861. 
Res. Columbus, Ohio. He was buried in Green Lawn 
Cemetery, with his son. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ohio : 

1 1456. I. Perry David, b. Oct. 3, 1870, d. April, 10, 

1891. 

1 1457. • II. Annie Lauretta, b. Nov. 18, 187 1. A steno- 

grapher in Columbus, O. 

1 1458. III. Henry Chauncey, b. Feb. 20, 1871. Is in 

business in Columbus, O. He was with 
the Adams Fxpress Co., for fourteen years. 

7948. Dayton Rugg Phelps, b. April 25, 
1850, m. Nov. 7, 1 s 7 1 , Laura Patterson, dau. of Philander 
and Achsah Patterson. 

Res. Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Phelps is a first class car- 
penter. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ohio : 
+ 1 1459. I. Allen B., b. Jan., 14, 1873, m. Jennie L. 

Losey. 
+ 11460. II. Edward Charles, b. Feb. 25, 1875, m. Etta 

Davis. 

11461. III. Chauncey Wright, b. Feb. 3, 1879. A 

bicycle manufacturer. 

1 1462. IV. George Deming, b. March 10, 1SS1. A clerk 

in Columbus, Ohio. 

(11-18) 



uo6 Eighth Generation. 

i 1463. V. Chester A. Arthur, b. Oct. 5, 1S84. A clerk 

in Columbus, Ohio. 

7949. Kate Phelps, b. Blendon, Ohio, May 
23, 1852, m. Feb. 15, 1877, Jonas Concklin. 
Res. Marion, Ohio. 

Children, b. Marion, Ohio: 

1 1464. I. Loretta Sweetser (Concklin), b. Oct. 39, 

1879. 

1 1465. II. Kate Phelps (Concklin). b. July 3, 1882. 

11466. III. Margaret " b. July 23, 1884,01. 

Jan. iS, 1886. 

11467. IV. Alice Rose " b. Feb. 26, 1886. 

11468. V. Mary Lee b. July 27, 1892. 

7955. Thomas Kerr Benton, b. Quincy, 111., 
Feb. 14, 1847, 111. at Homer, Ohio, March 1, 1S75, Helena 
Postlewaite, b, Sept. 8, 1846, daughter of Jarvis and Eliza- 
beth (Kerr) Postlewaite. Res. Homer, Ohio. He is a prom- 
inent farmer and cattle raiser. 

Children: 

11469. I. Grace H. (Benton), b. Dec. 15, 1876, d. Feb. 

9, 18 So. 
1 1470. II. Ethel Harriett (Benton), b. Jan. 5, 1881, d. 

Aug. 6, 1895. 

7958. Mary Aurelia Benton, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, Sept. 13, 1852, m. at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, May 
15, 1873, Cyrus Walts. 

Res. Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Mr. Walts is a real estate 
dealer. 

Children: 

11471. I. Charles Conrad (Walts), b. June 11, 1876. 

1 1472. II. Harriet Louisa b. Jan. 15, 1878. 

1 1473. III. Hope Valentine b. Feb. 14, 1880 

1 1474. IV. Harold Benton b. April 23, 1897. 

7959. Lucina Adelia Benton, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, Feb. 28, 1854, m. at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Oct. 
14, 1873, Henry M. Avery. Res. Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 
Mr. Avery is a real estate dealer. 



Eighth Gentration . noy 

Children: 

1 1475. I. Harrison Porter (Avery), b. Jan. S, 1875. 

1 1476. II. Roy Simeon b. Ang. 26, 1876. 

11477. HI- Verne Walts " b. Jan. 7, 1S79. 

7960. Harrikt Orintha Benton, b. Bleu- 
don, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1856, m. July 5, 1872, Menza L. Ashley, 
of Jackson, Mich. 

Children: 

1 1478. I. Alice Benton (Ashley), b. April 23. 1S74. 

1 1479. II. Dallas -Crow " b. May 15, 1876. 

11480. III. Porter Welsh " b. Ang. 4, 1882. 

11481. IV. Benjamin Harrison (Ashley), b. June 24, 

1890. 

7902. Angelina Roxanna Benton, b. Ho- 
mer, 111., July 2, 1S61, m. at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 
March 17, 1S82, John H. Duling. 

Res. on a cattle ranch near Sundance, Crook Co., Wyoming. 

Children: 

1 1482. I. Harriet Elizabeth (Duling), b. March 14, 
. 1891. 

11483. II. Homer Jay (Duling), b. Oct. 3, 1894. 

71)66. Cynthia Ellen Vance, b. Frauklin- 
ton, Ohio, Aug. 20, 1850, m. Jan. 21, 1S85, William W. 
Hutchisson, of Delaware, Ohio. 

Child : 

1 1484. I. Raymond (Hutchisson), b. Oct. S, 1886. 

7969. Robert Cutler Vance, b. Bleudou, 
Ohio, Feb. 10, 1856, m. in Missouri, Aug. 21, 1883, Jane 
Douglass, 

Is a farmer near Springfield, Mo. 

Children : 

11485. I. Hattie (Vance), b. July, 1884. 

1 1486. II. Francis " b. August, 1886. 

7970. Johh Joseph Vance, b. Bleudon, Ohio, 
June 7, 185S, m. April 23, 1S54, Donna Wilkius. 

Children : 



uo8 Eighth Generation. 



1 1487 

11488 

1 14S9 

1 1490 
11491 



I. Donna Lois (Vance), b. May 8, 1884. 

II. Daughter \ twins, b. June 17, 

III. " " j 1886, d.Ang.u, 1886. 

IV. Margaret Phelps (Vance), b. June 23, 1890. 

V. Florence Marie b. Dec. 17, 1895. 



7972. Timothy Vance, b. Blendou, Ohio, 
Nov. 29, 1S64, m. Dec. 31, 1891, Mary Johnson, dau. of W. 
W. and Sarah J. (Graham) Johnson, of Reyuoldsburg, Ohio. 
Mr. Vance is a school teacher. 

Children : 

1 1492. I. Floyd Johnson (Vance), b. Aug. 3, 1893. 

1 1493. II. Helen b. March 11, 1896. 

7973.' Clinton Henry Vance, b. Blendou, 
Ohio, June 22, 1866, m. Jan. 1, 18.91, Lulu P. Landon, dau. 
of Mordecai and (Phillips) Landon, of Westerville, 

Ohio. 

Mr. Vance is a farmer. 

Child : 

1 1494. I. Fern L. (Vance), b. Sept. 11, 189?. 

7974. Alice Jennie Phelps, b. Blendou, Ohio, 

Sept. 3, 1 85 1, d. Feb. 5, 18S4, m. Nov. 26, 1874, James 
Bruen Fisher, sou of Dr. Timothy Brueu and Eleanor P. 
Fisher. 

Res. Marion, Ohio. 

Children, b. Marion, Ohio : 

1 1495. I. Elinor Jennie (Fisher), b. June 9, 1876, m. 

Oct. 26, 1898, William Bismark DeVeney,. 
of Marion, Ohio. 

1 1496. II. Jessie Primey (Fisher), b. Dec. 28, 1S77. 

1 1497. III. John Sherman b. May 15, 1879. 

1 1498. IV. Clarissa " b. March 12, 1883. 

797(>. Jessie Adel Phelps, b. Blendou, Ohio, 
July 9, 1S55, m. March 24, 1883, Edwin M. Jocelyn, sou of 
Jonas Jocelyn. 

Child : 

1 1499. I. Jennie Josephine (Jocelyn), b. April 25, 

18^4, d. Jan. 26, 1886. 



Eigh th Generation. iioq 

7977. Clara Josephine Phelps, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, Jan. 22, 1S5S, m. Feb. 28, 187S, Arthur H. Jones, son 
of Thomas A. Jones. 

Res. Delaware, Ohio. 

Children, b. Delaware, Ohio : 

1 1500. I. Thomas Arthur (Jones), b. Sept. 4, 1879. 

11501. II. Alice Clara " b. May 30, 1SS1. 

1 1502. III. Florence Faith b. Sept. 30, 1891. 

1 1503. IV. Gweu " b. Oct. 23, 1892. 

7978. Hector Melville Phelps, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, April 23, i860, m. Annis Campbell, b. Blendon, Ohio, 
Juh' 24, 1863, d. Pittsburg, Kansas, May 23, 1891. 

He m. 2nd May 26, 1896, Lucy Annette Cleveland, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel and Nancy M. (Parsons) Cleveland, of YVor- 
thington, Ohio. 

Mr. Phelps is in charge of the live stock department of the 
Imbecile Asylum at Columbus, Ohio. 

Children, by 1st wife: 

11504. I. Jennie Annis, b. Parsons, Kansas, Sept. 29, 

188S. 

1 1505. II. Denton Campbell, b. Pittsburgh, Kansas, 

May 3, 1 89 1. 

Child, by second wife : 

1 1506. III. Hector Nathaniel, b. April 23, 1898. 

7979. Elmer Ellsworth Phelps, b. Blen- 
don, Ohio, Aug. 3, 1S63, m. March 1, 18S8, Mary R. Good- 
rich, b. Lyndon, Kansas, Feb. 20, 1868, daughter of Horace 
L. Goodrich. She died March 4, 1889. 

Child: 

1 1507. I. Horace Timothy, b. Feb. 27, 1889. 

7980. Timothy Denton Phelps, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, Oct. 9, 1S7 1, m. at Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 5, 1895, 
Jennie E. McGee, b. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 19, 1875. 

Child: 

11508. I. Margaret E., b. Dec. 14, 1898. 



I J io Eighth Generatio)i . 

79S(>. Carrie Ferson Vincent, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, Oct. 14, 1S62, 111. July 1, 1890, Edson Linnabary. 

Children: 

11509. I. Joseph (Linnabary), b. June 11, 1891, d. 

Sept. 5, 1891. 

11510. II. Ralph (Linnabary), b. April 5, 1897. 

7989. Fred Wright Vincent, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, March 7, 1S71, m. Ma}' 20, 1S92, Cora Stanton. 

Children: 

1 151 1. I. Josephine (Vincent), b. Cardington, Ohio, 

June 5. 1S94. 

11512. II. Carrie b. Ashley, Ohio, Feb. 

15, 1896. 

7991. Milton William McLeod, b. Genoa, 
Ohio, July 2, 1844, 111. Dec. 8, 1874, Anna Schott, b. March 
11, 1848, daughter of John A. and Kva (Briedweizer) Schott. 

Mr. McLeod is a farmer in Genoa, Ohio. 

Child, b. Genoa, Ohio: 

11513. I. Emma Alice (McLeod), b. Jan. 2, 1S78. 

7992. Clifford McLeod, b." Genoa, Ohio, 
May 19, 1846, 111. April 16, 1871, Theresa Jane Wurm, b. May 
20, 1849, daughter of John Michael and Anna Margaret 
(Lehner) Wurm, who were from Germany. 

Res. Victor, South Dakota. They had five children born 
in Ohio, removed to Victor, South Dakota, in 1882, where 
they had four children. 

7993. Miles Clinton McLeod, b. Genoa, 
Ohio, vSept. 16, 1849, m. -Sept. 16, 1877, Ordelia Jane Ma- 
haney, b. April 20, 1854, daughter of Stephen and Rebecca 
(Miller) Mahaney. 

Mr. McLeod is a farmer in Westerville, Ohio. He has 
been a township trustee and justice of the peace. 

Children, b. Westerville, Ohio : 

11514. I. Alma Emily (McLeod), b. June 17, 1878. 

11515. II. Jesse Clarence b. June 2, 1880. 



Eighth Generation. nil 



& 



7W)-t. Emma McLeod, b. Genoa, Ohio, Oct. 9, 
1851, d. Dec, 16, 1S77, 111. 1S72, Adam Bookman. 
Res. Genoa, Ohio. Mr. Bookman is a farmer. 

Child, b. Genoa, Ohio : 

1 15 16. I. Edward Raymond (Bookman),!). June 10, 

1S75, 111. Bessie Ina Freeman, daughter of 
Charles and Jennie (Perfect) Freeman. 

7995. Charles McLeod, b. Genoa, Ohio, 
Oct. 4. 1853, 111. Sept. 1, 1SS1, Maggie A. Huelf, b. Sept. 14, 
1857. daughter of George and Margaret (Trapp) Huelf. 

He is a mechanic and house plasterer. Res. Wester ville, 
Ohio. 

Children, b. Westerville, Ohio : 

11517. I. Floyd A. (McLeod), b. Jan. 22, [883. 

11518. II. Luella R. " b. Nov', to, [884. 
[1519. III. Clarence A. " b. April 23, 1889. 

1 1520. IV. Otto Miles " b. Jan. 20, 1S92. 

7996. Homer H. McLeod, b. Genoa, Ohio, 
July 29, 1855, m. March 23, 1880, Mary Annie Mullen, b. 
June 6, 1852, daughter of Adin and Melissa (Smethers) Mul- 
len. Mr. McLeod is a farmer and machinist. Res. Wester- 
ville, Ohio. 

Children, b. Westerville, Ohio : 

11521. I. George Allen (McLeod), b. Jan. 5, 1881. 

11522. II. Mina Ellen " b. Nov. 25, 1882. 

1 1523. III. Muriel Maud b. Oct, 25, 1890. 

7998. Ida May Williams, b. Genoa, Ohio, 
May 1, 1852, m. April 4, 1871, William Morian Benton, b. 
Dec. 27, 1845, son of Frank and Meriba (Sharp) Benton. 
(The mother of Frank Benton was Elizabeth Meacham, who 
married first Porter Webster, and 2nd Eliabim Benton. She 
was daughter of Paul and Rosanna (Phelps) Meacham, and 
grand daughter of Job and Lucy (Lewis) Phelps.) See No. 361 . 

Children: 

+ 11524. I. Fred Guy (Benton), b. Jan. 24, 1872, m. 

Ora Hodgdon. 



1 1 12 Eighth Generation . 

1 1525. II. Edward George (Benton), b. Jan. 25, 1873. 

1 1526. III. Inez Lauretta b. Nov. 19, 1884. 

1 1527. IV. Ethel Azubah " b. May 19, 1889. 

* 

SOI 5. Iono Cox Williams, b. Genoa, Ohio, 
Jan. 8, 1S6S, m. Oct. 21, 1S86, Ira Hamilton Steele. 
Res. 344 Loeffler Aw, Columbus, Ohio. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ohio: 

11528. I. Lela Emmeliue (Steele), b. Aug. 24, 1887. 

1 1529. II. Carl Hamilton b. March 31, i88g. 

11530. III. Edwyna Hannah " b. July 30, 1890. 

8016. Bertha Phelps Williams, b. Genoa, 
Ohio, July 15, 187 1, m. Oct. 22, 1895, George W. Page. 

Mr. Page has a fruit farm at Campbell, Santa Clara Co., 
Cal., where they now live. 

Child: 

1 1 53 1 . I. Iono Marie (Page, b. Aug. 25, 1897. 

8024. Clayton Alexander McCleary, b. 
Harrisville, Ohio, Sept. 19, 1S48, d. Feb. 28, rg8o, m. Sept. 
7, 1870, Henrietta Holmes, b. Short Creek, Ohio, Aug. 11, 
1 85 1, daughter of Asa and Mary (McCoy) Holmes. 

Mr. McCleary was a farmer, wool grower and dealer in live 
stock. They lived in Harrisville, Ohio. Mrs. McCleary now 
(1899) lives at 505 Forest Street, Lorain, Ohio. 

Children, b' Harrisville, Ohio: 

1 1532. I. Mary Alma (McCleary), b. Sept, 16, 1871. 

A trained nurse. Res. Lorain. Ohio. 

1 1533. II. Cora Etta (McCleary), b. Nov. 1873. A 

music teacher. Res. Lorain, Ohio. 

1 1534. III. Clayton Asa (McCleary), b. Sept. 24, 1875. 

An attorney at law. Res. Columbus, Ohio. 

11535. IV. Effa Loretha (McCleary), b. Feb. 5, 1878. 

Res. Lorain, Ohio. 

8028. Mary Cornelia Gillespie, b. Durfee, 
Iud., Sept. 18, 1856. m. June 5, 1S73, Samuel F. Swayne, sou 
of Samuel F. and Rhoda (Ninde) Swayne. 

Res. Fort Wayne, Ind. Mr. Swayne is a real estate dealer. 



Eighth Generation. 



1113 



1 1536 



1 1537 
II538 
H539 

11541 

1 1542 

1 1 543 



Children, b. Fort Wayne, Ind.: 

I. William Marcus (Swayne), b. June 20, 1874. 
He served in Co. D. 2nd Reg. U. S. Vol. 
Engineer Corps, was mustered out Dec. 
15, 1898. Was in Cuban war and was at 
Montauk Point, N. Y., Savannah, Ga., and 
Havana, Cuba. Attended Otterbein Uni- 
versity, Wester ville, Ohio, and after the 
war entered Indiana University law school, 
at Bloomington, Ind. 
II, Rebecca Cornelia (Swayne), b. Nov. 22, 1877. 



III. James Parke 

IV. Margaret Ann 
V. Rhoda Xinde 

VI. Samuel Arthur 
VII. Henry Elvyn 
VIII. Alma Gillespie 



b. April 10, 1S89. 
b. Oct. 29, 18S2. 
b. Sept. 17, 1885. 
b. Dec. 24, 1887. 
b. Dec. 7, 1890. 
b. Sept. 9, 1893. 



8029. Rev. Arthur Marion Gillespie, b. 
Duufee, Ind., Oct. 6, 186S, m. Oct. 5, 1879, Barbara Howeu- 
stine, daughter of William and Lydia (Kimmell) Howenstine, 
of Jefferson, Ind. 

Mr. Gillespie is a farmer and a minister of the Christian 
Church. Res. Duufee, Ind. 

Children, b. Dunfee, Ind.: 

1 1544. I. Florence (Gillespie), b. Oct. 26, 1881. 

1 1545. II. Mary Blanche (Gillespie), b. Sept. 11, 1888. 

1 1546. III. Jessie Howenstine (Gillespie), b, March 23, 

1894. 

11547. IV. Alice Naomi (Gillespie), b. Nov. 1, 1898. 

8030. Rev. Morton Abram Gillespie, b. 
Dunfee, Ind., Feb. 15, 1865, m. Oct. 2, 1884, Ina Smith, 
daughter of Oliver and Melinda (Berry) Smith. Res. Colum- 
bia City, Ind. 

Mr. Smith is a farmer and minister of the Christian Church. 
He was elected in 1897 and 1898 county surveyor of Whitley 
County, Ind. 

Children, b. Whitley Co., Ind.: 



ii tj. Eighth Generation . 

11548. I. Edwin (Gillespie), b. June 27, 1S85. 

11549. II. Grace " b. Aug. 20, 1888. 

1 1550. III. Emory Dale (Gillespie), b. Jan. 1, 1893. 

8031. Isora Jenkins Gillespie, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, Dec. 15, 1849, m. at Laud, Ind., Louis Balus, son of 
James and Emily (Goudey) Balus. Res. 265 North G street, 
Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Balus is a mechanic. 

Child: 

1 1 55 1 . I . Grace T. (Bal us) . 

8032. Etjdora Azujba Gillespie, b, Blendou, 
Ohio, July 30, 1 85 1, m. Nov. 17, 1870, Theodore Swihart, b. 

, d. Feb. 8, 1881, sou of Gabriel and Catherine (Kooutz) 

Swihart, of Canton, Ohio. 

Mr. Swihart was a railroad engineer and was fatally injured 
in a wreck. 

Mrs. Swihart lives in Laud, Ind. 

Children: 

1 1552. I. Edna (Swihart), b. Auburn, Ind., Oct. 22, 

1871. 
1 155-3- II.  " b. " " May 9, 

1876, d. in infancy. 

1 1554. III. Clarence A. (Swihart), b. Auburn, Ind., Jan. 

20, 1S7S. 

1 1555. IV. George Gabriel " b. Laud, Ind., Aug. 

17, 1 881. 

8033. Sylvester Menzes Gillelpie, b. 

Jefferson, Ind., Sept. 6, 1853, m. at Columbia City. Ind., 
Annabell Druley, daughter of Levi Druly. of Laud, Ind. 

Res. Larwell, Ind. Mr. Gillespie is a farmer and agent for 
medical supplies. 

Children, b. Larwell, Ind.: 

11556. I. Chloe Delle (Gillespie), m. Nov. 17, 1898, 

Clinton Hautz. 

11557. II. Commodore Lee 

1 1558. III. Marcus Abram 

1 1559. IV. Rachel Ann 

1 1560. V. Menzes Phelps 



Eighth Generation. IIT 5 

11561. VI. Henry Stanley (Gillespie). 

1 1.562. VII. Sherman Elwood " 

1 1563. VIII. Ruth Oneda 

S035. Alice Lovixa Dickey, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, Dec. 11, 1849, m. Nov. 21, 1872, John Allen McCoy, of 
Alton, Ohio. 

Child, b. Emporia, Kansas : 

1 1564. I. Walter Allen (McCoy), b. Jan. 30, 1877. 

8038. Clayton Deroy Dickey, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, July 26, 1859, m. at Central College, Ohio, Nov. 29, 
1882, Mary Favell Wilbur, daughter of Rev. Francis A. and 
Favell (Peachy) Wilbur. 

Res. Worthingtou, Ohio. Mr. Dickey has been superin- 
tendent of public schools since 1SS7, and is a member of the 
board of Franklin County, Ohio, examiners. He and his 
wife are members of the Presbyterian Church. 

Children, b. Central College, Ohio : 

1 1565. I. Franklin Wilbur (Dickey), b. Sept. 4, 1884. 
11566/ II. Edith Henrietta " b. May 15, 1887. 

1 1567. III. Malcolm Gillespie b. July 29, .1889. 

11568. IV. James L. " b. Jan. 1, 1891, 

d. Xov. 10, 1891. 

804-1. Robert P^rnkst Gillespie, b. Blen- 
don, Ohio, Jan. 12, 1858, d. March 24, 1893, m. at Circleville, 
Ohio, June 28, 1883, Mary Melissa Fisher, b. 1863, d. Con- 
stant, Kansas, March 12, 1891. 

They removed to Burden or Beulah, Kansas. Mr. Gillespie 
was an insurance agent. Their children are now (1S99) liv- 
ing with Mrs. Gillespie's parents in Constant, Kansas. 

Children : 

1 1569. I. Roy Ernest (Gillespie), b. Aug. 29, 1885. 

1 1570. II. Lela Alma b. March 14, 18S8. 

804-N. Lewis H. Badger, b. Genoa, Ohio, Oct. 
5, 1856, m. at York, Nebraska, Feb. 26, 1885, Minnie E.. 
Weis, b. May 26, 1862. 
Res. York, Nebraska. 



iii6 Eighth Generation. 

Child, b. York, Nebraska : 
1 157 i. I. Mary B. (Badger), b. June 19, 1S89. 

8049. Jeanie Badger, b. Joliet, 111., Oct. 28, 
1865, m. at Cyde, Colorado, May 5, 1889, Edwin M. Forbes, 
b. June 25, i860. 

Res. Fairmont, Neb. 

Children, b. Cyde, Colorado, except last: 

1 1572. I. Earle (Forbes), b. March 16, 1890. 

1 1573. II. Mary b. June 10, 1892. 

1 1574. III. Gail b. July 2, 1894. 

1 1575. IV. " b. April 22, 1899. 

8050. Homer Phelps Dean, b. Mifflin, Ohio, 
Dec. 4, 1858, 111, Jan. 10, 1883, Shirlie Turney. Res. Mifflin, 
Ohio. 

Children, b. Mifflin, Ohio: 

1 1576. I. Frank B. (Dean), b. Dec. 8, 188S. 

1 1577. II. Emerson Turney (Dean), b. Dec. 21, 1898. 

8051. Clara Bailey Dean, b. Mifflin, Ohio, 
Jan. 1, 1864, d. June 29, 1897, m. Dec. 28, 18S2, William Lee 
Longman. 

Removed to Wellington, Kansas, in 1887. Mrs. Longman 
was buried in the Riverside Cemetery, near Columbus, Ohio. 

Children: 

11578. I. Hazel Dean (Longman), b. Clinton, Ohio, 

Sept. 1, 1SS5. 

11579. II. Francis Fredonia (Longman), b. Wellington, 

Kansas, July 27, 1889, 

8052. Mary Elizabeth Dean, b. Mifflin, O., 
Feb. 22, 1S69, d. June 27, 1896, m. Feb. 5, 1889, William E. 
Dill. Res. Mifflin, Ohio. 

Children, b. Mifflin. Ohio: 

1 1580. I. Joseph Foraker (Dill), b. Nov. 15, 1889. 

11581. II. Deaue Emil b. Jan, 29, 1892. 

11582. III. ParkeEarle '" b. July 30, 1S94. 

8054. Katie Rachel Dean, b. Mifflin, Ohio, 
Jan. 16, 1873, m. Jan. 17, 1895, William E. Postle. Res. 
Columbus, Ohio. 



Eighth Generation. iiij 

Child, b. Columbus, Ohio: 

1 1583. I. Sidney Elmer (Postle), b, Jan. 23, 1896. 

8068. Henry Phelps Cornish, b, Pitts- 
burgh, N. Y., m. in Galena, 111., about 1848, Mary J. Thomp- 
son. 

(One authority says that there were nine children.) 

Children: 

1 1584. I. Phebe (Cornish), b. 1849. 

11585. II. Ford Phelps " b. 1861. 

11586. III. Henry Phelps " b. 1863. 

11587. IV. Carrie May " b. March, 1865. 

11588. V. Willard Thompson " b. 1867. 

8069. Piiebe Cornish, b. Plattsburgh, N. Y., 
July 30, 1826, m. at Galena, 111., Oct. 31, 1857, John Ross. 

Res. Galena, 111. 

Children, b. Galena, 111.: 
+ 1 1589. I. Henry Cornish (Ross), b. Aug. 15, 1S58, m. 

Ella Howe. 
1 1590. II. Isabella Grace (Ross), b. Sept. 3, i860. 

+ 11591. III. John b. Aug. 18, 1863,111. 

Nellie Gelston. 

1 1592. IV. Phebe Lorette (Ross), b. Oct. 20, 1865. 

8071. David Nash Cornish, Plattsburgh, N. 
Y., 1832, m. at Galena, 111., 1864, Cecile Chetlaine. 

Res. Galena, 111. 

Children, b. Galena, 111.: 

1 1593. I. Jeannette (Cornish), b. Nov. 26, 1865. 

1 1594. II. Cecile " b. Feb. 8, 1S67. 
11595'. HI. Phebe Augusta " b. April 1, 1869. 

1 1596. IV. Louise " b. Oct. 28, 1870, 

11597. V. John Ross b. Sept. 17, 1876, 

d. Sept. 13, 1896. 

8072. Orilla Hannah Phelps, b. Ogdens- 
burgh, N. Y., 16 Oct., 1S20, m. Samuel Trombley, at Sara- 
nac, N. Y., 23 July, 1840. He was son of Lawrence and 
Clarissa (Douglas) Trombley, and was b. Napierville, Can., 
28 Feb., 1817, d. Plattsburgh, N. Y., 8 Feb., 1S99. 



I 



1118 Eighth Generation. 

Mr. Phelps kept hotel for many years, and later a large 
livery business in Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

Children, b. Plattsburgh, N. Y.: 

1 1598. I. George D. (Trombley), b. 19 March, 1841, 

m. Anne Eliza Cowles. She d. 16 Aug., 
1879. 

1 1599. II. William Henry (Trombley), b. 29 May, 

1842, killed at battle of Fair Oaks, 1S62. 

1 1600. Ill, Mary Elizabeth (Trombley), b. 13 Feb., 

1S44, m. Geo. S. Corbin. 

11601. IV. Francis Augustus (Trombley), b. 9 August, 

1845, m. Nathan B. Barber. 

1 1602. V. Lucy Maria (Trombley), b. 27 Feb., 1847, 

m. Leander Sawyer. 

1 1603. VI. Helen Adelaide (Trombley), b. 14 Feb., 

[850, d. aged 1 year. 
11(104. VII. Emma (Trombley), b. 4 Jan., 1853, 111. 
Robert McLaughlin. 

11605. VIII. Frank (Trombley), b. 27 Jan., 1857, d. aged 

4 years. 

1 1606. IX. Kate (Trombley), b. 4 Oct., 1859, m. Chas. 

Ostrander. 

1 1607. X. Hattie (Trombley), b. 12 Feb., 1864, d. aged 

[3 years. 

8074. Mkrritt Hodgkkiss Phelps, b. Lu- 
celle, Prov. of Quebec, Can., 22 March, 1829, m. Mary Ann 
•Hawks, about [853. She was b. in Montreal, Can., 12 July, 
1834, d. 12 Jan. , 1 881. 

Mr. Phelps enlisted 24 Oct., 1861, for 3 years, in 96th 
Regt., N. Y. State Vol., was honorably discharged from the 
service 16 Jan., 1864, at Plymouth, N. C, and re-enlisted in 
Co. A, 96th Regt., N. Y. State Vol., and served up to the 
time he was taken prisoner. He d. in Salisbury Prison, 1 
Feb., 1865, aged 35 years. He settled in Chateauguay, N. Y. 

Children, b. Chateauguay, N..Y. : 

1 1608. I, Lawrence F., b. 12 June, 1855, d. 18 June, 

1855- 

11609. II. Hannah A., b. 18 Jul}-, 1856, m. Henry 

Deming. 



Eigh t/i Generation. rug 

11610. III. Hattie L. , b. 25 Feb., 1858, d. 12 March, 

1858. 

1 161 1. IV. Hattie Ida, b. 5 March, 1S59, d. 3 Nov., 

1862. 

11612. Y. Merritt L-, b. 15 June, i86i,d. 1 June, 1863. 

SOTS. Sidney Elijah Phelps, b. Saranac, N. 
Y. , 11 Dec, 1 841. Changed his name by act of legislature to 
Cook, the name of his step-father, to inherit his estate, m. at 
New York City 21 Nov., 1867, Susan Gale, daughter of 
George Spalding and Kliza (Nicholls) Gale, b. Rouse's Point, 
N. Y., 8 Nov., 1845. 

Mr. Cook resided in New York City, Brooklyn, N. Y. , and 
Knoxville, Tenn., where he resided four years. He d, 
of pneumonia 28 Feb., 1883. 

Children : 

11613. I. Eva Gale (Cook), b. New York City, 21 

Sept., 1868, d. 23 July, [873. 

11614. II. Alice Gale (Cook), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 31 

July, 1873. 

N01M-. Mary Louisa. Phelps, b. Michigan 
City, 25 Jan., [855, m. William Andrew Wilson, .at La Porte, 
Ind., 31 May, 1880. He was sou of Joseph H. and Margaret 
(Andran) Wilson, and was b. Fa Porte, Ind., 1 Dec, 1864, 
where he first settled. He d. in Pratt, Kan,, 30 Sept., 1888. 
He was a banker. His widow now resides there. 

Children, b. La Porte, Ind.: 

11615. I. Frederick Phelps (Wilson), b. 26 May,i88i. 

11616. II. Gerard Andrew b. 4 April, 1885. 

8095. William Gerard Phelps, b. La Porte, 
Ind., 29 April, 1858, m. Marion Peers, at Collinsville, 111., 24 
Nov., 1 89 1. She was daughter of Joshua Leveret and Ada- 
line (Collins) Peers, and was b. Collinsville, HI., 28 Oct., 
1863. 

Mr. Phelps resides in Collinsville, 111. 

He is a freight agent of the Vaudalia Line. 

Child, b. Collinsville. 111.: 

11617. I. Dorothy, b. 8 Sept., 1892. 



ii2o Eighth Generation. 

8103. Ransom Phelps, b. Hickory Hill, 111., 
13 Jan., 1822, 111. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Hickory Hill, 111. Had five children. 

8105. Sheldon Erastus Phelps, b. Harwin- 

ton, Ct., 16 Dec, 1821, 111. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Richland, Ohio. Had three children. 

81091). Adaline M. Barber, b. Torrington, 
Ct., Nov. 9, 1828, 111. Sept. 11, 1S51, Sanford H. Perkins, b. 

, d. Dec. 9, 1874. 

Children: 

11618. I. Frank B. (Perkins), b. Nov, 20, 1852, 111. 

May 20, 1S94, Nellie Hartwell. Res. 
Springfield, Mass. 

11619. II. Edson A. (Perkins), b. Dec. iS, 1S58. 

11620. III. Alfred H. " b. Sept. 17, 1S60. 

8109c. Dr. ElvinE. Barber, b. Torrington, 
Ct., April 7, 1831, 111. Nov. 29, 1S54, Julia A. Birge. 

He was a physician and practiced for a time in Wolcott- 
ville, now Torrington, Ct., and removed to Bethel, Ct. 

Children : 
1 1621/ I. Lizzie M. (Barber), b. Nov. 21, i860. 

1 1622. II. Minnie B. b. July 4, 1864. 

81001*. Mary E. Barber, b. Torrington, Ct., 
Nov. 13, 1S37, 111. Oct. 27, 1859, Sidney G. Law. 

Children: 

1 1623. I. Addie E. (Law), b. June 9, 1861, d. 6 Aug. 

1 86 1. 

11624. II. Freddie H. (Law), b. July 12, 1862. 

11625. III. Nellie M. " b. April 4, 1865. 

1 1626. IV. Carrie b. Aug. 24, 1869. 

1 1627. V. Laura Julia b. Dec. 31, 1873. 

8109h. Myron E. Barber, b. Torrington, 
Ct., Oct. 21, 1843, 111. June 12, 1873, Elizabeth Young. 

Child: 

11628. I. Elizabeth Young (Barber), b. Oct. 10, 1875. 



Eighth Generation . 1 121 



"<5 



8110. William Clark Hoyt, b. 1826, d. 1853, 
m. , Sabina M. Paige, b. 1831, d. 1S75. 

Child: 

+ 1 1629. I. Mar>- Elizabeth (Hoyt), b. 1850, m. Harman 

B. T. Mynter. 

8130. Dr. Henry Mtjnson Lyman, b. Hilo, 
Hawaii, Sandwich Islands, Nov. 26, 1835, m. May 27, 1863, 
Sarah K. Clark, daughter of Rev. E. W, Clark, one of the 
earliest missionaries to the Sandwich Islands. 

He removed to the United States in 1854, graduated at 
Williams College in 185S, and was valedictorian, and was also 
valedictorian on his graduation from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons in New York in 1S61. He was house surgeon 
at Bellevue Hospital, New York, March, 1S61, to April, 1S62, 
acting assistant surgeon U. S. A. April, 1S62, to Feb., 1863, 
and settled in Chicago, 111., Nov., 1863, where he has been a 
practicing physician since. 

Child, b. Chicago, 111.: 

11630. I. Mary Isabella (Lyman), b. Feo. 6, 1866. 

8131. Frederick Schwartz Lyman, b. Hilo, 
Hawaii, Sandwich Islands, July 29, 1837, m, Feb. 19, 1861, 
Isabella Chamberlain, daughter of Levi Chamberlain, one of 
the earliest missionaries to the Sandwich Islands, and later 
circuit judge of Hawaii. Res. on his plantation in Kau, 
Hawaii. 

Children, b. Hawaii: 

1 1 63 1. I. Ellen Goodale (Lyman), b, Dec. 1, 1862. 

1 1632. II. Frederick Snowden (Lyman), b. 



1863. 



1 1633. III. Francis Anderson b. 



1863. 



Twins. 



11634. IV. Levi Chamberlain (Lyman), b. Dec. 15, 1866. 

8133. Rufus Anderson Lyman, b. Hilo, 
Hawaii, Sandwich Islands. June 23, 1842, m. Rebecca Brick- 
wood, of Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. 

He was at one time lieutenant governor of the island of 
Hawaii. 

(11-19) 



1 1 22 Eig I i th ( /> n e ra tion . 

Children, b. Hilo, Hawaii: 

1 1635. I. Lilian L. H. (Lyman), b. [866. 

11636. II. Ruf us Anderson " b. Jan. 14, 1S6S. 

8178. Minnie Louise Potter, b. Sept. 24. 

1862, 111. June 1. 1884, James A. Holmes, of Springfield, 
Mass., son of James and Mary Holmes. 
Res. Springfield, Mass, 

Children : 

11637. I. Harold C. (Holmes), b. May, 13, 1886. 

1 1638. II. Maybelle " b. Feb. 13, 1892. 

8179. Clifford Bradley Potter, b, July 2, 
1864, m. Aug. 25, 1889, Carolyn Peck, of Waterbury, Ct., 
dan. of Wallace and Rhoda Peck. 

Children : 

1 1639. I. Gladys A. (Potter), b. Feb. 15, 1893. 

1 1640. II, Anna H. b. July 20, 1894. 

S18(>. Newell Steele Woodward, b. Tor- 
ringford, Ct., Aug. 29, 1852, m. April 8, 1874, Kate M. 
Skinner. 

Res. Hartford, Ct. 

Children, b. Hartford, Ct.: 

11641. I. James Phelps (Woodward), b. Nov. 25, 

1876. Res. Baltimore, Md. 

1 1642. II. Mary Kmma (Woodward), b. Feb. 16, 

1877. m. June 9, 1897, Harry Hall. Res. 
Hartford, Ct. 

1 1643. III. Fred. Wellington (Woodward), b. Nov. 24, 

1878. Res. Hartford, Ct. 

1 1644. IV. Grace Skinner (Woodward), b, July 12, 

1880. Res. Hartford, Ct. 

11645. V. Lawrence (Woodward), b. March 6, 1882, 

d. Nov. 10, 1882. 

1 1646. VI. Robert (Woodward), b. Oct. 20, 1884. 

1 1647. VII. Raymond (Woodward), b. Jan, 12, 1887. 

1 1648. VIII. Louise (Woodward), b. Sept. 12, 1890. 



Eighth Generation. 1123 

8187. James Wellington Woodward, b. 
Torringford, Ct., Dec. 25, 1858, m. Sept. 7, 1882, Anna 
Phillips. 

Res. Boston, Mas^. 

Children: 

1 1649. I. Harry D. (Woodward), b. Nov. 25, 18S5. 

1 1650. II. Florence " b. Dec. 24, 1888. 

8191. Anna L. Steele, b. New Hartford, Ct., 
May 18, 1 87 1, m. Dec. 6, 1891, George H. Jester. 

Children: 

1 165 1. I. Florence May (Jester). 

1 1652. II. Harold Steele 

11653. HI- George Hubert 

8194. Arthur Gaylord Steele, b. New 
Hartford, Ct., March 26, 1S56, m. March i, 1882, Nellie Car- 
ter, b' New Marlboro, Mass., Dec. 23, i860, daughter of Ly- 
man R. and Ellen Elizabeth (Austin) Carter, of New Hart- 
ford, Ct. 

Res. Hartford, Ct. 

Children: 

1 1654. I. Eleanor Carter (Steele), b. Winsted, Ct., 

Juh- 14, 1888, d. aged 2 mouths. 
116,5.5- H- Leon Lyman (Steele), b. Jan. 27, 1890. 

1 1656. III. Maurice Gaylord (Steele), b. Hartford, Ct., 

June 10, 1892. 

1 1657. IV. Ellen Elizabeth (Steele), b. Hartford, Ct., 

April 21, 1898. 

8195. Vara Elizabeth Steele, b. New Hart- 
ford, Ct., Nov. 27, 1S62, m. June 12, 18S5, Charles Taylor 
Robinson, b. Sheffield, Mass., Feb. 22, i860, son of Lewellyn 
A. and Augusta (Little) Robinson. 

Res. Waterbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Waterbury. Ct.: 

1165 s . I. Robert Gaylord (Robinson), b. March 22, 

1 886. 
11659. 'II. Lloyd vSteele " b. Sept. 12, 1889. 



ii2j. Eighth Generation. 

8204. -Mary T, Ward, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 
June 15, 1866, m. July 8, 1S90, Charles Alfred Raymond, b. 
Nov. 6, 1862, son of Alfred and Helen (Garlick) Raymond. 

Res. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Mr. Raymond is bookkeeper in Third National Bank of 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

Child, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

1 1660. I. Helen Cordelia (Raymond), b. Nov. 4. 1895. 

8206. Almbron Marks Ward, b. Pittsfield, 
Mass., June 2, 1874, m. Sara Parker, b. July 15, 1873, dan. 
of Edwin and Jane (Green) Parker. 
Res. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

11661. I. George Sand (Ward), b. Dec. 3, 1896. 

8225. Elias Peck Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 5 

March, 1800. Removed with his father from Hebron, Ct., to 

Warren, Worcester and Westford, N. Y., m. Parmelia Green. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Fort Plain, N. Y. , where he d. in 

1855, and where his widow resided in 1880. 

Child, b. Fort Plain, N. Y.: 

41662. I, Parmelia, m. Ketcham. Settled in 

Albany, N. Y. He is a lumber dealer. 

8229. Lvdia Amanda Phelps, b. Westford, 
N, Y. , 23 Aug., 1808, m. Asaph Sykes, b, Vernon. Settled 
in Vermont, where he died. His widow d. at Fort Wayne, 
Ind. 

Children, b. Vermont : 

A child (Sykes), d. young. 



Elizabeth Amanda (Sykes), m. Mr. Wilson 
of Fort Wayne, Ind., and had two 
daughters. 
V. A child (Sykes), d. young. 



11663. 


I 


1 1664. 


II 


1 1665. 


III 


11666. 


IV 


11667. 


Y 


1 1668. 


VI 


1 1669. 


VII 



Eighth Generation. 1125 



v> 



8231. Rev. Joshua Phelps, b. Westford, N. 

Y., 16 Nov., 1812, m. 18 Oct., 1840, Caroline Lee, daughter 
of Thomas and Electa (Riley), Lee, b. New Britain, Ct., 8 
Nov., 1 8 10. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Union College in 1S36, and at 
Princeton Theological Seminary. He preached in Florida, 
was pastor at Beloit 59-61. Then went to San Francisco, 
Cal., and Sacramento, Cal., and Santa Barbara, in 1873. 

Children, b. Sacramento, Cal.: 

11670. 1. William Waddle, b. 15 June, 1846. 

11671. II. Caroline M., b. 11 Sept., 1S42. 

1 1672. III. Augeline L. b. 22 May, 1852. 

8233. Salmon Aratus Phelps, b. Westford, 
N. Y., 2 June 1817. m. at Woodville, 23 Dec, 1841, Hannah 
H. Bulkley, b. 19 Aug., 1S20, d. Woodville, Miss., 27 Dec, 
1843. Hem. 2nd Caroline R. Bulkley. 12 Feb., 1845. She 
was sister of his first wife. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Woodville, Miss., from there to Look- 
ing-glass Prairie, 111., and later to Greenville, 111. He studied 
law and now practices in Greenville, 111., where he is County 
Judge. 

Child, by 1st wife, b. Woodville, Miss.: 
+ 1 1673. I. Alfred Chester, b. 4 Dec, 1S42, m. Caroline 

M. Donnell. 
Children, by 2nd wife, b. Greenville, 111 : 
II. George Salmon, b. 9 Feb., 1846. 

III. Frank Leroy, b. 5 Sept., 1847, d. St. Joseph. 

IV. Philo Fuller, b. 15 Dec, 1849. 
V. Weller, b, 2 Dec, 1851, d. 26 May, 1S52. 

VI. Weller, b. 28 Feb., 1853, d. 14 Sept., 1S53. 
VII. Charles Bulkley, b. 5 Oct., 1856. 
VIII. Caroline Hannah, b. 10 Dec, i860, m. 
Charles F. Brown. 

8*24:0. Albert Phelps, b. about 1812,111. Eliz- 
abeth Jane Fowler, at Albany, N. Y., 1S44. She was daughter 
of John and Betsey (Whitney) Fowder, and was b. Meredith, 
N. Y., 12 Nov., 1 82 1, d. Greenbush, N. Y., 24 Feb., 1870. 
Buried in Albanv Rural Cemetery. 





11674. 




11675. 




1 1676. 




11677. 




11678. 




1 1679. 


-f 


1 1680. 



1 1 26 Eighth Crcncration . 

Mr. Phelps for a time settled in Franklin, N. Y., where he 
was manager of a steam-saw-mill. Later he settled in Green- 
bush, N. Y., where his wife died, and where he was one of 
the trustees of the village. 

Children: 

+ 11681, I. Albert Eugene, b. Franklin, N. Y., 22 May, 

1846, m. Sarah C, Chism. 
+ 11682. II. Herbert Luzerne}', b. Franklin, N. Y., 31 

Oct., 1S47, m. Mary Elizabeth Burhans. 

11683. III. Miua Elizabeth, b. Albany, N. Y., 23 Feb., 

1856. 

8241. John Wesley Phelps, b. Green River, 
N. Y., 1804, m. Sophronia Carter. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Green River, N. Y. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Green River, N. Y.: 

1 1684. I. Charles E,, b. 1822, d. 12 Jan. 1887, 

1 1685. II. Maria, b. 26 March, 1S28. 

+ 1 1686. III. Albert Noah, b. 1839, m. Kate S. - -. 

11687. IV. Laura A., m. Simeon Houghtaling. Shed. 

8 Aug., issi. 

1 1688. Y. Delia C„ 1). 23 March, 1848, m. Frederick 

C rand all. 

1 1689. VI. Elizabeth Y\\, d. aged 18 years. 

S'24'J. Charles Backus, b. Hebron, Ct., 2 
Sept., 1836, m. Rosa J. Andrews, b. Johnsboro, N. Y. 

Mr. Backus settled in Johnsboro, N. Y. Lie enlisted in the 
U. S. Army in 1863, went into camp with a severe cold and 
died of consumption, 19 April 1863. No issue. 

8244. Sarah Amelia Backus, b. Hebron, Ct., 
22 Nov., 1839, m. Levi Strong, 2 Oct., 1S64. He was son of 
David and Anne Clarissa (Bissell) Strong, and was b. Hebron, 
Ct., 16 Oct., 1829, where he settled and died. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

11690. I. Sarah Caroline (Strong), b. 25 April, 1867. 

11691. II. Anna Clayton b. 27 Jan., 1869. 

8245. Capt. Joseph Backus, b. Hebron, Ct., 
26 May, 1842. Unmarried. 



Eighth Generation. ii2~ 

Capt. Backus enlisted in the War of the Rebellion in Co. C, 
I. Conn. Cavalry, and was made captain of his company. He 
was with Col. Fremont in his campaign in the Shenandoah 
Valley, and was twice wounded. Was with Sheridan in his 
ride to Richmond, two bullets passing through his clothes. 
Was with Gen. Grant in his terrible slaughter of the enemy. 
He started from Rapidau, Ya., with ninety men in his com- 
pany, and after thirty days almost continuous fighting, fell, 
leaving but fifteen survivors in his company. He was gal- 
lantly rallying this little fragment of his band against an over- 
powering force, when a shot struck him, causing instant death. 
A short time before his death he wrote his friends at home, 
saying: " If it is my lot to fall in battle, so let it be. I shall 
be content. I am determined to do my whole duty, shall never 
be taken prisoner, and will sell my life as dearly as possible." 

8-52. Frances Car< m.ixk Pi.atxkk, b. Lenox, 
.Mass.. April ii. 1832, m. James A. Weed. 

Children : 

11692, I. Grace (Weed). Res. Dayton, Ohio, 

1 [693. II. George " 

8264. Henry Ferry Bennett, b. Daltou, 
Mass., 3 Dec, 1853, m. Jennie Fish, 14 May, 1883. 

Mr. Bennett has resided in Boston, Chicago, 111., Tucson, 
and now resides in Seattle, Washington. He is a merchant 
and is part owner of the Hull & Co, furniture establishment, 
a stock company, and is cashier and manager of the same. 

Children : 

1 1694. I. Mary K. (Bennett). 

1 1695. II. Edward 

1 1696. III. A daughter 

S'26(». Sylyixa C. Phelps, b. Lenox Furnace, 
(now Lenox Dale), 6 March, 1S57. Her mother d. when she 
was a month old. She was taken by her grandfather and 
grandmother Phelps, and lived with them during his life time 
and after his death with her Aunt Harriet who soon after 
resided in the old homestead with her mother. She m. Wil- 
liam D. Curtis, 12 Oct.. 1876. He was son of William O. and 



1 1 28 Eighth Geyieratioyi . 



■> 



Eveline (Derbishire) Curtis, and was b. Lenox, Mass., 22 
Dec, 1843. 

Mr. Curtis resides in Lenox, and is proprietor and manager 
of the Curtis Hotel, a noted summer resort. This hotel was 
erected in 1S36 and 1S37, by Mr. Phelps and his partner Mr. 
Peck, was occupied by Mr, Platner, a son-in-law of Mr. Peck, 
for a short time, then by Major Wilson, and sold to William 
O. Curtis, who with his sou has occupied the premises since 
that time and rebuild and modernized the hotel. 

Mrs. Curtis d. 16 Aug., 1S96, and Mr. Curtis m. 2nd Sally 
Stiles, 14 Nov., 1S97. 

Children, b. Lenox, Mass.: 

1 1697. I. Otis Phelps (Curtis) b. iS Dec, 1889. 

11698' II. Lura Peck " b. 7 Aug., 1S91. 

8274. Virginia Stallman, b. Lee, Mass., 
March 19, 1861, m. March 23, 18S2, Frank Davis Taylor, b. 
Lenox, Mass., Jan. 20, 1853, son of Henry Seele}' and Fannie 
(Davis) Taylor. 

Res. Pittsfield. 

Grad. Williams College 1S76. 

Has been in the clothing business with his father since 
1876. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

1 1 699. I. Margaret (Taylor), b. Dec. 30, 1883. 

1 1 700. II. Frances b. March 24, 1S86. 

1 1 701. III. John Stallman " b. July 1. 1890, 

S'2?(>. Sarah Virginia Burt, b. Lee, Mass., 
Sept. 16, i860, m. at Clayville, N. V., Nov. 9, 18S2, William 
Henry Bailey, b. Spring Grove, R. I., Oct. 15, 1854. 

Children: 

1 1702. I. Samuel Burt (Bailey), b. Clayville, N. V., 

Feb. 2, 1885. 

1 1703. II. Henry Coggswell (Bailey), b. Woonsocket, 

R. I., Oct. 23, 1887, d. Woonsocket, R. I., 
Nov. 6, 1887. 

8277. Henry Phelps Burt, b. Clayville, N. 
Y., Oct. 2, 1862, m. Oct. 9, 1889, Ida A. Jones, b. Clayville, 
N. Y., Jan. 20, 1865. 



Eighth Generation. 1129 

Res. Clayville, N. Y. 

Children, b. Clayville, N. Y,: 

1 1704. I. Margaret (Burt), b. Sept. 10, 1890. 

11705. II. Virginia b. June 6, 1892. 

8278. Mary Amelia Burt, b. Clayville, N, 
Y., April 4, 1S64, in. Dr. George M. Fisher, b. Johnstown, 
N. Y., April 6, 1S66, son of Henry A. and Leonora (Sager) 
Fisher. 

Child, b. Clayville, N. Y.: 

11705a. I. Gertrude (Fisher), b. Nov. 14, 1898, 

8290. Emma Louisa Jones, b. Albany, N. Y., 
12 Nov., 185 1, m. Frederick E. Wadhams, 9 Oct., 1878, b. 
Albany, N. Y. , where he settled. 

Child, b. Albany, N. Y.: 

1 1706. I. Elizabeth Jones (Wadhams), b. 16 Sept., 

1879. 

8314. Charles Henry Phelps, b. Marlboro, 
Ct.. 12 Feb., 1S48, m. Laura A. Spencer, at Hebron, Ct., 6 
April, 1S77. She was daughter of Alvah W. and Fanny M. 
(Bailey) Spencer, and was b. Haddam, Ct., 28 Aug., 1855. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hartford, and is a carpenter. Res. 45 
Ann St., Hartford, Ct. 

Children : 
I. Charles W., b. Hartford, Ct., 24 May, 1S79. 
II. Hattie E., b. Haddam, Ct., 30 Sept., 1880. 

8315. John Vinton Phelps, b. Marlboro, Ct., 
1851, m. Maria Ellen Haskins, at Westchester, Ct., 
1878. She was a daughter of John and Sarah Ellen 

(Gardner) Haskins, and was b. New Loudon, Ct., 30 March, 

.1857. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Westchester, Ct. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Westchester, Ct.: 
11709. I. Eunice Gertrude, b. 11 Sept., 1879. 



11707- 


1 1708. 


iS Nov., 


24 Nov., 



10 



1 171 



/ * J 



II. Eunice Gertrude, b. 17 March, 1881, 

III. William Newton, b. 17 Dec, 1S85. 

IV. John Nelson, b. 3 Feb., 1889. 
V. Lucy Emmons, b. 21 July, 1891. 



1 1 jo Eighth Generation. 

8351). William Henry Phelps, b. Salem, 
Ind., 4 Nov., 1839, m. Saline Boardman. at Albion, Ind., 29 
Dec, 1858. She was daughter of David G. and Clarissa 
(Stevenson) Boardman, and was b. Hartford, Ct., 14 Sept., 
1839, living in 1896. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Albion, Attica, and Knoxville, 
Iowa, in 1896, He is a traveling salesman. 

Children : 



11714. 


1. 


Allison, b. Albion, I0 1 


va, 6 June, 


i860. 


11715- 


II. 


McKenna, b. " 


' 12 Oct., 


1861. 


1 17 16. 


III. 


William Henry' ' 
Sept., 1863. 


24 May, 


1863, d. 24 


11717. 


IV. 


Martha, b 
April, 1885. 


' 21 Nov. 


, [866, d. 6 


1 1718. 


V. 


Arthur, b. 
Oct., 1870. 


16 Feb., 


186S. d. S 


11719. 


VI. 


Edward, b. Attica 


24 June, 


1S70. 


1 1720. 


VII. 


Harry, b. Knoxville ' 


2 1 Feb. , 


1872. 


1 1721. 


VIII. 


Clarissa, b. 


' 21 May, 


1874. 


1 1722. 


IX. 


Fred, b. 


' 19 Oct., 


1S78. 



SIMM. Clakissa Malinda Smith, b. Middle- 
field, Mass., 17 Nov., 1821, m. Clinton Roberts, 27 March, 
1 850. He was son of John and Sarah (Johnson) Robert^. 

Settled in Mellenville, N. V., where he d. 25 May, 1854. 
She m. 2nd Isaac Preston Fisher, 16 Nov.. 1862, and settled 
in Mellenville, N. V. By him she had no issue. 

Children, by 1st husband, b. Mellenville, N. V.: 

1 1723. I. Charles Clinton (Roberts), b. 21 Jan,, 1851. 

11724. II, Henry Clay b. 24 Dec. 1852, 

d. 3 April, 1853. 

8370. Pliny Fish Smith, b. Antwerp, N. Y., 
16 July, 1S26, 111. Pauline J. W. Landy, in New York City, 13 
Feb., 1 85 1. She was daughter of Desire and Margaret (Love- 
joy) Landy. She d. 1851. 

Mr. Smith settled in Antwerp, N. Y. 

Children, b. Antwerp, X. Y.: 



Eighth Generation, II 3 I 

11725. I. Pauline Dandy (Smith), b. 17 Jan., 1859. 

11726.. II. Clara Adelia " b. 20 Sept., 1862, d. 

1 88 1, umn. 
11727. III. Desire Pliny b. 1 May, 1870. 

8373. Edward Ne.wton Phelps, b. Middle- 
sex, Vt., 26 Oct., 1839, m - Delia Almira Drake. She was 
daughter of John T. and Almira (Atwater), Drake, and was 
b. Burlington, Yt. 

Res. Burlington, Yt. Had two children who died in in- 
fancy. 

8383. Arthur Phelps, b. Gouverneur, N. Y., 

24 Dec, 1832, m. Celia Ann Kizer, 15 Nov., 1S55. She was 
daughter of Xorica and Maria (Polhamus) Kizer, and was b. 
Cheney, 111., 31 Aug., 1838, 

Mr. Phelps settled in Chemung, McHenry Co., 111., and 
later in life removed to Bigford, Wis. He enlisted in the War 
of the Rebellion in Co. K, 28th Regt., Wis. Vol. He d. 28 
May, 1864, at the Battle of Pine Bluffs, Ark. 

Children, b, Bigfoot, 111.: 

+ 11728. I. Walter Arthur, b. 2 Nov., [858, m. Jemima 

Baldwin. 
+ 11729. II. Eva, b. 13 May, 1862, m. Julius Langdon. 

8384. Amelia Phelps, b. Gouverneur, N. Y., 
7 Oct., 1835, m. John Wesley Bailey. He was son of Abbot 
and Elsie (Rivenburgh) Bailey, and was b. Tully, N. Y., 29 
Sept., 1832. He settled in Sharon, Wis., where he d. 18 May, 

1873- 

Children, b. Durham, 111.: 

1 1730. I. Edward Hiram (Bailey), b. 12 April, 1864. 

11731. II. Charles DeWitt " b. i'2 Oct., 1878. 

8385. Benjamin Phelps, b. Gouverneur, X, 
Y., 7 Oct., 1S36, m, Odessa Angeline Russell, at Harvard, 111., 
18 Sept., 1S66. She was daughter of Tracy G. and Achsa 
(Thompson) Russell, and was b. Durham, 111., 5 Aug., 1844. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Durham, 111. 

Children, b. Durham, 111.: 

1 1732. I. Frank Russell, b. 25 Nov., 1867. 
1 1 733. II. Emma W., b. 12 Oct., 1878. 



Jij2 Eighth Generation. 

8386. Matilda Phelps, b. Gouverneur, N. Y., 
ii May, 1839, 111. Darner William Davis, in Douglas, 111., 1 
Jan., 1861. He was son of William and Wealthy (Perry) 
Davis, and was b. in Brockport, Monroe Co., N. Y., 9 May, 
1834. Settled in Aldeu, then Cheney, McHenry Co., 111. 

Child, b. Alden, 111.: 

1 1734. I. Lillian Minerva (Davis), b. 16 Sept., 1863, 

d. at birth. 

8387. IvAban Phelps, b. Gouverneur, N. Y., 

11 Nov., 1842, m. Betsey Elvira Cox, in 111., 3 Oct., 1866. 
She was daughter of Lewis and Polly (Cooley) Cox, and was 
b. Westchester Co., N. Y., 19 Oct., 1844. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Durham, 111., then Hartlaud, 111. 

Children : 

1 1735. I. Marie Lavinia, b. Durham, 111., 3 Oct., 1867. 

11736. II. Carlos Arthur, b. Hartlaud, 111., 15 August, 

1S74. 

8391. Sophia Phelps, b. Antwerp, N. Y., 17 
Aug., 1831, m. 30 Nov., i860, Alexander R. McKenzie, b. 
Scotland. They had four children. 

8394. Helen Mae Phelps, b. Lowell, Mass., 

12 Nov., 1842, 111. Charles Henry Johnson, 28 Jan., 1864. 
Settled in New Lisbon, Wis., where his wife d. 10 April, 
1865. 

Child, b. New Lisbon, Wis.: 

1 1737. I. Ernest Phelps (Johnson), b. 30 Nov,, 1864. 

8396. Rev. Henry Foster Phelps, b. Rouse, 
N. Y., 17 Dec, 1839, m. Lydia Ann Griffin, 20 Feb., 1861. 
She was daughter of Egbert and Eliza Ann (Mills) Griffin, 
and was b. Columbus, 16 April, 1841, living in 1895, in St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at college and has resided in Maus- 
ton, Wis., Pine Island, Minn., St. Paul, Minn., 470 Martin 
Street. 

Children, b. Pine Island, Minn., except first : 
+ 11738. I. Elmer Elsworth, b. Mauston, Wis., 25 

Nov., 1861, 111. Eliza Coom. 



Eighth Generation. IX 3S 

1 1739. II. Henry Eugene, b. 5 Sept., 1866, m. Ada 

Laura Hutchinson, Helena, Mont, 

1 1740. III. Elton Henry, b. 18 Nov., 1868. 

1 1 74 1. IV. Albert Gilbert, b. 11 Feb., 1870. 

1 1742. V. Sally Mabel, b. 21 Jan., 1875. 

8397. Elizabeth Frances Phelps, b. Azta- 

Ian, Jefferson Co., Wis., 21 July, 1841, in. at Mauston, Wis., 
26 Feb., i860, Dr. William Russell, sou of Robert and Anna 
(Spencer) Russell. He settled and practiced in Mauston, 
Wis., where his wife d. 18 Dec, i860. No issue. 

8398. Eugene M. Phelps, b. Portland, Wis., 
21 March, 1S49, m. Mary Eliza Flint, at Rochester, Minn., 
24 Oct. 1869. She was daughter of William Warren and 
Lydia (Clement) Flint, and was b. Greene Co. Ohio, 30 Oct., 
1850. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Pine Isle, Minn., and now resides in 
Crow Wing, Minn. 

Children, b. Pine Isle, Minn.: 

11743. I, Libbie Alice, b. 6 Jan., 1871. 

11744. II. Carrie P>ell, b. 4 Jan., 1S74. 

8407. Helen Elizabeth Phelps, b. Rouse, 
N. Y., 16 Oct., 1837, m. Alfred Goodell, in Hebron, Jefferson 
Co., Wis. 19 April, 1857. He was son of Major and Deliver- 
ance (Hart) Goodell, and was b. Summer Hill, Cayuga Co., 
6 Oct., 1830. Settled in Lime Ridge, Wis. 

Children, b. Lime Ridge, Wis.: 

1 1745. I. Frank Wesley (Goodell), b. 1 June, 1858. 

11746. II. Alice Amanda b. 8 Sept., i860, 

m. Lewis Graham, 18S3. Had 2 children. 

1 1747. III. Waterman P. (Goodell), b. 23 April, 1864. 
1 174S. IV. Anna " b. 17 Nov., 1867. 

1 1749. V.Alfred " b. 8 Feb., 1S74. 

1 1 750. IV. Clyde " It. 17 March, 1S80. 

8409. Emily Sophronia Phelps, b. Rouse, 
N. Y., 1 Aug. 1 84 1, m. Casimir Christian Charles Renters- 
keold, in Jefferson Co., Wis., Oct., 1861. He was son of 
Charles Edward Abroker Renterskeold and Maria Elizabeth 



J /j j. Eighth Generation. 

Lindstowu, and was b. in Sweden, 1833. He settled in 

Summer, Jefferson Co., Wis., where his wifed. 3 Sept., 1871. 

Children, b. Summer, Wis.: 

11751. I. Herbert M. (Renterskeold), b. 10 June, 1863. 

11752. II. Charles b. 21 Aug., 1865. 

84-10. Laura Mabel Phelps, b. Aldeu, 111., 
27 June, 1843, m. Lewis Belney, in Washington, Wis., 28 
Feb., 1 86-. He was son of Charles and Catharine (Marsalle) 
Belney, and was b. Constable, Franklin Co., N. Y., 16 March, 
1840. He settled in Washington, Wis. 

Children, b. Washington, Wis.: 

1 1753. I. Wesley Eugene (Belney), b. 2 April, 1867. 

1 1 754. II. Elbert Lewis b. 20 Sept., 1869. 

S4-11- Sarah Elizabeth Phelps, b. Alden, 
111., 21 Oct., 1845. m. William Hadden, in Busseyville, Jef- 
ferson Co., Wis., 5 Oct., 1873. He was son of James and 
Ann (Brown) Hadden, and was b. Haddingtonshire, Scotland, 
17 Feb., 1848. Emigrated to the United States with his father 
in 1855, and settled in Harmony Rock, Wis. 
Child, b. Harmony Rock, Wis : 

11755. I. Mary Ann (Hadden), b, 30 Dec, 1874. 

8414. Ellen Alzora Phelps, b. Sumner, 
Wis., 25 Oct., 1847, m. Isaac S. Pavey, 24 Sept., 186S, in 
Washington, Wis. 

Children, b. Washington, Wis.: 

1 1756. I. Thomas Waterman (Pavey), b. Aug., 1869. 

11757. II. Anna Lowrey b. ioDec, 1873. 

8416. Frederick Orville Phelps, b. Heb- 
ron, Wis., 6 Aug., 1858, m. Susie Lee, at Fort Atkinson, 
Wis., 26 Oct., 1SS2. She was daughter of Charles and Sarali 
(Drake) Lee, and was b. Fort City, Col., 17 Sept., 1856. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Wis., where he d. 10 June, 
1884, and where his wife now resides. 

Children, b. Hebron, Wis.: 

11758. I. Estelle Annette, b. 16 July, 1883. 

1 1759. II. Carrie Wiunifred, b. 7 Nov. 1884. 



Eigh th Genera tio n . 1 135 

N4-17. Edward Alexander Phelps, b. Waits- 
field, Vt., 29 Oct., 1 84 1, in. Laura Elizabeth Adelaide (Dowe) 
Smith, 10 June, 1887. She was daughter of David Whitefield 
Smith and Saliua Webster (Dowe), and widow of Erastus J. 
Smith, and was b. Grafton, N. H., iS Dec,, 1848. (She had 
by her first husband. Erastus J. Smith, one child, Gertrude 
Allen Smith, b. Norwich, Vt., 10 Jan., 1864, and now residing 
with Mr. and Mrs. Phelps.) 

Mr, Phelps graduated at Dartmouth College, N. H., studied 
law and was admitted to the Suffolk Co. bar, at Boston, Mass., 
5 July, 1876. Settled in Boston, and is now practicing law. 
His office is in Exchange Building, 53 State street, Boston, 
Mass. No issue. 

8421. Joel Wilson Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 
8 Sept., 1845, m. Alice P. Hazen, 6 Feb., 1879. She was 
daughter of Levi and Mary (Ransom) Hazen, and was b. Pom- 
fret, Vt., 25 Aug., 1854. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Royalston, Vt. 

Children, b. Royalston, Vt.: 

1 1760. I. Alice, b. 21 Nov., 1881. 

11761. II. John Edson, b. 31 July, 1883. 

1 1762. III. Edward Hazen, b, 3 Nov., 1892. 

8422. Dr. Olney Windsor Phelps, b. Waits- 
field, Vt., 11 Feb., 1848, m. Mary Draper, 21 Aug., 1879. 
She was daughter of Ira and Emily (Ball) Draper, and was b. 
Warwick, Mass., 8 April, -. Dr. Phelps graduated at 
Chandler's Scientific School, Dartmouth College, in class of 
1873, studied medicine at Dartmouth Medical College, gradu- 
ating in Aug., 1879. vSettled in Brattleboro, Vt., where he is 
now practicing. 

Child, b. Brattleboro, Vt.: 
1 1763. I. Olney Draper, b. 21 Jan., 1881. 

8423. Ellerv Findley Phelps, b. Waits- 
Vt., 20 Oct., 1 85 1, m. Lillie Maria Trow, at Mendon, N. H., 
21 Jan., 1874. She was daughter of Francis Smith Trow and 
Abigail (Davis), and was b. Plainfield, N. H., 9 April, 1848. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lebanon, N. Y. 



iij6 



Eighth Generation. 



Children, b. Lebanon, N, Y.: 

1 1764. I. Harry Ellery, b. 3 Jan., 1879. 

11765. II. Ada Lillian, b. 4 Sept., 1880. 

1 1 766. III. Abbie Laura, b. 7 Nov., 1882. 

8428. Nelson Dewey Phelps, b. Waitsfield, 
Vt., 27 Feb., 1859, m. Anna Maria Joslin, Aug., 1S78. She 
was daughter of Cornelius Emerson and Jaseth (Dumas) Jos- 
lin, and was b. Waitsfield, Vt., 3 Aug., 1858. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Waitsfield, Vt. 

Child, b. Waitsfield, Vt.: 

1 1767. I. Blanche Ann, b. 29 March, 1S79, d. July, 

1887. 

8429. Henry Alexander Phelps, b. Waits- 
field, Vt., 5 Oct., 1861, m. Isabelle Mona Putnam, at Mont- 
pelier, Vt., 29 Oct., 1885. She was daughter of Enoch Dar- 
ling and Mary Ann (Stone) Putnam, and was b. Vt., 15 June, 
1862. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Barre, Vt. 

Children, b. Baare, Vt.: 



11768 

1 1769 

1 1770 
11771 



1 1 



//- 



I. Evelyn Zelphia, b. 16 May, 1887. 

. II. Mildred Isabel, b. 12 Oct., 18SS. 

III. Mabel, b. 12 Feb., 1892, d. 13 Feb., 1892. 

IV. Katherine Elizabeth, b. 5 April, 1894. 
V. Alexander Dewey, b. 9 June, 1895. 



8435. 

Y., about 1S35, 111. 
Berlin, N. Y. 



Alfred D. Sprague, b. Burlington, N. 
Susan A. Ladd. They settled in New 



Children : 



1 1773. I. Helen R. (Sprague). 

1 1774. II. Alfred D. 

S470. Davenport Phelps Ellis, b. Union- 
town, Ala., Nov. 30, 1856, m. April 4, 1878, Lucy Alice 
Atkinson, No. 8475, b. Oakland, Ga., June 7, 1850. 
Mrs. Ellis took an elective course at Yassar College, 



Children: 




WILLIAM YATES ATKINSON, 
Governor ok Georgia, 1894-9S. 



Eighth Generation. IJ 37 

1 1775. I. William Phelps (Ellis), b. Oct. 22, 1879. 

11776. II. Leroy Atkinson b. Dec. 28, 1SS1. 

11777. III. Mae Atkinson b. Oct. 9, 1883. 

11778. IV. Theodora Phelps " b. Oct. 13, 1885. 

1 1779. V. Lucy Atkinson b. July 28, 1887. 

8476. Theodore Eeeis Atkinson, b. New- 
nan, Ga., Dec. 23, 1851, m. July 12, 1888, Mary Lou Cook, 
daughter of Rev. W. F. Cook, D. D. 

Mr. Atkinson graduated at Emory College Oxford, Ga., 
with degree of A. M., and from the University of Virginia. 
He taught thirteen \ ears as principal of the Senoia high 
school, and is now a merchant and president of the Board of 
Education. 

Children: 

1 1780. I. Louise Cook (Atkinson), b. May 23, 1889. 

11781. II. Roswell Cook b. Sept. 10, 1891. 

11782. III. Frank Cook " b. Jan. 2, 1894, d. 

Jan. 5, 1S94. 

11783. IV. Theodora Cook (Atkinson), b, Dec. 26, 1894. 

1 1784. V. Margaret Cook b. June 27, 1S97. 

S4-77. Hon. Wieeiam Yates Atkinson, b. 
Oakland, Meriwether Co., Ga,, Nov. 11, 1854, d. Aug. 8, 
[899, m. Feb. 23. 1880, Susie Cobb Milton, daughter of Hon. 
William Henry Milton, of Marianna, Florida. 

Mr. Atkinson graduated in 1877 from the University of 
Georgia, Athens, and was admitted to the bar in the following 
year, and began to practice law at Newuan, Ga,, where he has 
since resided. 

His wife was a grand-daughter of a Governor of Florida, 
and great-graud-daughter of a member of the Continental 
Congress, who received two votes for president at tl*e time 
Washington was elected. 

In iS79,Gov. Colquitt appointed him solicitor of the County 
Court of Coweta Co., and he served for three years. In 1886 
he was elected representative for Coweta Co., in the legisla- 
ture and for five terms, in the last, 1892, being elected 
speaker. 

In 1890 he was made a trustee of the University from which 

(11-20) 



iij8 Eighth Generation . 

he had graduated, and the same year was president of the 
Democratic State Convention, and chairman of the Democratic 
State Executive Committee. During his service in the legis- 
lature he introduced and secured the passage of many import- 
ant bills. 

In 1894, after a warm political contest he was elected 
Governor of the State, and was re-elected in 1896, and has 
been one of the best of a long line of distinguished Governors, 
always ready to advance the interests of the state. 

Children : 

+ 11785. I. John Pepper (Atkinson), b. Feb. 2, i88i,m. 

Ada Bryan Byrd. 

11786. II. Lucile Belle " b. March 27, 1883. 

11787. III. William Yates " b. Jan. 18, 1SS7. 

11788. IV. Bert Milton " b. March 20, 1889. 

1 1 789. V. Miriam Milton " b. Nov. 23, 1892. 

1 1790. VI. Georgia Hardeman" b. Nov. 13, 1895. 

8478. Thomas Alexander Atkinson, b. La 
Grange, Ga., May 1, 1856, m. Nov. 4, 1S80, Fannie Harris, 

b. , d. April 10, 1895, daughter of Hon. Henry R. Harris. 

He m. 2nd, June 3, 1896, Eunice Willis, daughter of Judge J. 
T. Willis, of Columbus, Ga. Mr. Atkinson was educated at 
the University of Virginia, is a lawyer, and solicitor general 
of the Superior Court. 

Children by 1st wife : 

11791. I. Marie Elise (Atkinson), b. Sept. 20, i88i,d. 

Feb. 13, 1897. 

1 1792. II. Theodora " b. Oct. 7, 1882, d. 

Sept. 20, 1883. 

11793. III. Theodore Ellis " b. Aug. 4, 1SS4. 

1 1794. IV. Henry Harris b. March 29, 1S86. 

11795. V. Thos. Alexander " b. July 28, [889, d. 

1S92. 

11796. VI. Walter Mallory " b. June 23, 1893. 

Child by 2nd wife: 

11797. VII. James Lewis (Atkinson), b. May 7, 1X98. 

8525. Julia Phelps Haring, b. New York 
City, 30 March, 1851, m. George L. White at Fairfield, Ct., 



Eighth Generation. H39 

15 April, 1S74. He was son of Luther C. and Jane A. White, 
and was b. Meriden, Ct., 15 July, 1S51, 

Mr. White for a time resided in San Rafael, Cal., remov- 
ing from there to Waterbury. Ct. 

Children: 

11798. I. Carrie Haring (White), b. San Rafael, 

Cal., 10 April, 1S75. 

1 1799. II, William (White), b. Waterbury, Ct., 26 

Nov., 1876. 

11800. III. George Luther (White), b. Waterbury, Ct., 

14 July, 1S78. 

8551. Mary Barber, b. Wyoming, Pa., 2 
Sept., 1820, m. Charles Goodwin, 

Children : 

11801. I. Charles Francis (Goodwin). 

1 1802. II. Mary Ella 

1 1803. III. Julia Elizabeth 

1 1804. IV. Charles Joseph 

855-1. George Barber, b. 'Wyoming, jPa., 2 
Feb., 1S25, m. Jane Taft, Sept., 1856. 

Children: « 

1 1805. I. George Franklin (Barber), b. 25 May, 1857. 

1 1806. II. Edward Grandison b. 3 Oct., 185X. 

1 1807. III. MaryCosette- " b. 15 July, 1S61 . 



NINTH GENERATION. 

8603. ' Fanny Phelps, b. East Rupert, Vt., 
in. George A. Weston, of Bellows Falls, Vt. Mr. Weston is a 
lawyer. Res. Bellows Falls. 

Child, b. Bellows Falls, Vt.: 

1 1808. I. Gertrude (Weston). 

8605. Julia Phelps, m. Harry Root, son of 
Hon. H. G. Root, of Bennington. 

Child : 

1 1 809. I. Elizabeth (Root). A musician. 

8607. Frederick Phelps, in. Res. Lee, Mass. 
Child : 

1 18 10. I. Catharine. 

8601). Albert Henry Phelps, M. D., b. 
Middle Granville, N. V., Dec. 25, 1S65, m. Glens Falls, N. Y., 
March 26, 1885, Nettie W. Garfield, b. Londonderry, Vt.. 
August 26, 1S66, dau. of Dr. Warren and Annette (Wash- 
burn) Wlfitcomb) Garfield, 

Res. Glens Falls, N, Y. Grad. Medical dept. of Univ. of 
Vermont 1884. Surgeon A. T. & S. F. R. R., at Abilene, 
Kan., 18S6, rem. to Glens Falls 1888. Has made several im- 
portant electrical inventions, and is a member of many 
scientific societies, and an author of note. 

Dr. Warren Garfield was son of John, grandson of John, 
and gr. grandson of John Garfield, who was a Revolutionary 
soldier, and whose equipments are in the hands of Mrs. A. 
H. Phelps. 

Children: 

11811. I. Guv Merritt, b. Abilene, Kan., June 13, 

1887. 

11812. II. Leroy Garfield, b. Glens Falls, N. Y. April 

26, 1S92. 

8622. John Washington Phelps, b. Morgan 
Co., 111., 25 March, 1835,111. Catharine Carpenter, Mason Co., 



Ninth Generation. 1 14.1 

111., ig Sept., 1S55. She was daughter of George W. and 
Anna Carpenter, and was b. Adams Co., 111., 19 Sept., 1855. 
Mr. Phelps resided in Mason Co., 111., Allen Co., Kan., and 
now Maryville, Mo. 

Children : 

11813. I. Lydia Ann, b. Mason Co., Ill,, 12 July, 1857, 

m. Nathaniel E. Wilkinson, 11 Oct., 1874. 

11814. II. George W., b. Mason Co., 111., 13 Aug., 

1858, m. Tryphena L. Davis, 20 Feb., 1884. 

11815. III. John Marion, b. Mason Co., Ill,, 18 July, 

i860. 

11816. IV. Louisa Catharine, b. Mason Co., 111., 4 Dec., 

1861, 111. Charles Mason, 8 June, 1879. 
11S17. V, James Brinton, b. Mason Co., 111., 4 May, 

1864, 111. Sarah A. Ike, 11 June, 1888. 

11818. VI. Henry Burgess, b. Mason Co., 111., 10 May, 

1866, m. Lizzie Thull, 7 Dec, 1892. 

11819. VII. Mary Elizabeth, b. Allen Co., Kan., 15 April, 

•186S, m. Jesse G. Telerick, 16 Feb., 1886. 

11820. VIII. Josephine Ellen, b. Allen Co., Kan., 28 Dec, 

1870, m. William P. Moore, 18 Feb., 1891. 

1 1 82 1. IX. Joseph Anderson, b. Allen Co., Kan., 28 

July, 1S73, m. Clara A. Seps, 5 Dec, 1894. 

S623. David Burgess Phelps, b. Morgan Co., 
111., 23 March, 1837, m. Mary Melissa Turner, near Bath, 
Mason Co., 111., 12 March, 1861. She was daughter of Wil- 
liam and Lydia Ann (Askins) Turner, and was b. Tinnville, 
Morgan Co., 111., 26 Sept., 1843. 

Resides at 2 115 North Walnut street, Kansas City, Kansas. 

Children : 

11822. I. Lydia Ann, b. Harvard, 111., 12 May, 1S64. 

Unmarried. 
+ 11823. II. William Bnrgess, b. Harvard, 111., 21 Feb., 

1867, 111. Margaret B. Walmholf. 

1 1824. III. John Le Soura, b. Harvard, 111., 26 Jan., 

1869, d. 6 Sept., 1870. 

1 1825. IV. Katy Elizabeth, b. Harvard, 111., 1 Feb., 

1871, d. 13 Sept., 1872. 



i J 4-2 Ninth Generation. 

11826. V. David Thomas, b. Peoria, 111., 12 Dec, 1872, 

d. 30 July, 1874. 

11827. VI. Ruah Millison, b. Peoria, 111., 27 April, 1S75, 

d. 18 Jan., 1878. 

11828. VII. Ora Jane, b. Peoria, 111., 30 Aug., 1879, d. 

same day. 

11829. VIII. Daughter, b. Peoria, 111., 15 Feb., 1881, d. 

same day. 

1 1830. IX. Daughter, b. Peoria, 111., 27 May, 18S2, d. 28 

May, 1882. 

11831. X. Eugene Talmage, b. Belville, 111., 13 Jan., 

1885. 

8628. Sarah L. Phklps, b. Oregon, Ogle Co., 
111., 27 March, 1S17, m. Wesley Johnson, 8 June, 1848. Set- 
tled in Polo, Ogle Co., 111., 1865. 

Children, b. Polo, 111.: 

1 1832. I. Termoleon Oscar (Johnson), b. about 1852. 

11833. II, Sarah Alice 

1 1834. III. Eva E. 

1 1835. IV. James W. 

S()-2!>. James C. P. Phelps, b. Oregon, 111., 17 
Jan., 1818, m, Anna E. Swingley, 23 Oct., 1847. 
Mr. Phelps early in life settled in St. Paul, Minn. 
Children, b. St. Paul, Minn.: 

1 1836. I. Ella L., b. 1850. 
11S37. II. Urilla. 

11838 III. Charles. 

1 1839. IV. Frank. 

1 1 840. V. Effle. 

11841. VI. Adre. 

8714. Delia Harriet Mayhew, b. Bridge- 
water, Vt., Aug. 23, 1S50, m. at Bridgewater, Vt., March 13, 
1871, Asa A. Shaw, b. Northfield, Yt., July 12, 1840, son of 
Alonzo and Lucy (Harrington) Shaw. 
Res. West Woodstock, Yt. 

Child, b. Bridgewater, Yt.: 

11842. I. Walter Alonzo (Shaw), b. Dec. 6, 1871, d. 

Pomfret, Vt., May 2, 1876. 



Ninth Generation. TI 43 

8718. Dr. Charles Phelps ,b. Wilford,Mass., 
12 Dec. 1834, m. Isabel Marguerite James, in New York City, 
16 April, 1S63. She was daughter of Theodore and Mary E. 
(McCarthy) James, and wash. Parish of St. James, Da., 17 
April, 1845. 

Dr. Phelps is a physician and surgeon, graduated at Brown 
University, and the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New 
York City. He was in the Government Transport " Arago " 
at Cumberland Roads, at the time of the fight between the 
Monitor and Merrimac. Since then he has practiced in New 
York City, and is president of the New York City State 
Medical Association, and is the author of several medical 
works. Res. 34 West 37th Street, New York City. 

Child, b. New York City : 

+ 11843. I- Luis James b. 10 Oct., 1864, m. Mary 

Cecelia Roe. 

8 <:{<). Albert H. Phelps, b. Killingworth, 
Ct., 7 Nov., [866, where he resided for a time, removing with 
his father to Guilford, Ct. Settling in Killingworth for a 
time, from there to Snffield, Ct., m. 3 Sept., 1890, Edith J. 
Griswold, b. Killingworth, Ct., 5 Sept., i860, d. Suffield, Ct., 
21 Dec, 1894. 

Child, b. Killingworth. Ct.: 

1 1844. I. Edith Griswold, b. 15 Dec, 1894. 

874-0. Oscar A. Phelps, b. Killingworth, Ct., 
18 Jan., 1S69, m. Edith C. Foster at Hartford, Ct., 25 March, 
1896. Mr. Phelps settled in Hartford, Ct. 

Child, b. Hartford, Ct.: 

11845. I- Dorothy Foster, b. 4 Feb., 1897, 

8780. Lewis Mklvix Phelps, b. Cayuga Co., 
N. Y., Feb. 20, 1S51, m. Medina, N, Y., Feb. 20, 1872, Jennie 
Maria Yosburg, b. Alabama, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1852, daughter 
of Selah and Maria Jane (Hovey) Vosburg. 
Mr. Phelps is a farmer in Kibbie, Mich. 

Child, b. Kibbie, Mich.: 

11846. I. Eewis Myrl, b. May 24, 1881. 



ii fj. Ninth Generation . 

S<S-k Edith M. Phelps, b. South Haven, 
Mich., Oct. 2, 1865, in. at Kalkaska, Mich., Jan. 6, 1SS6, 
William D. Totten, b. New London, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1858, 
son of Joseph and Nancy (Morrell) Totten. 

Mr. Totten is a prominent lawyer in Kalkaska, Michigan. 

Children, b. Kalkaska, Mich.: 

1 1847. I. Joseph Phelps (Totten), b. Nov. 12, 1886. 

1 1848. II. Mabel " " b. July 30, 1S8S, d. 

May' 12, 1S90. 

11849. III. Samuel " b. Jan. 4, 1891. 

1 1850. IV. William " " b. Dec. 2, 1892. 

11851. V.Mabel " " b. July 6, 1894. 

11552. VI. Mortimer" " b. May 31 , 1S97. 

NNOO. Martha Field, b. Deerfield, Mass., 29 
April, 1847, m. 27 Dec, 1870, Milton W. Potter, b. Green- 
field, Mass. Settled in Deerfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Deerfield, Mass.: 

11553. I. Prank (Potter), b. 10 May, 1880. 

1 1 854. II. Martha b. 11 Aug., 1881. Dived 5 

weeks. 

1 1855. III. Milton " b. 11 Aug., 1881. Lived 7 

weeks. 

8803. Jennie Field, b. Deerfield, Mass., 7 
March, 1854, m. 6 June, 1875, Edward W. Palmer, b. Mon- 
treal, Canada. Settled in Deerfield, Mass.. where he d. 2 
June, 1882. His widow now living in Deerfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Deerfield, Mass.: 

11856. I. Maria Field (Palmer), b. 30 July, 1876. 
11S57. II. Seth " " b. 12 Dec, 1879. 
11X58. III. Walter Edward " b. 9 June, 1881, d. 4 

Aug., 1 88 1. 

SSI','. H. Harper Phei.ps, b. New Berlin, N. 
Y., 10 Jan., 1833, m. Martha E, Howell. 

Mr. Phelps was a prominent lawyer in Oleau, N. Y., and 
perished in the flames in the great fire in that city, 16 Jan., 
1866. 

No record of children. 



Ninth Generation. ir 45 

8813. Susan M. Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. 
Y., 17 May, 1835, m. 2 March, 1864, Israel Angell, son of 
Abner and Barbara Angell, and b. New Berlin, N. Y., 4 July, 
1822. He settled in New Berlin, N. Y., and is a farmer. 
Children, b. New Berlin, N. Y.: 

11859. I. Louis M. (Angell), b. 14 Feb., 1866, m., 

and has daughter, Stella M. Angell. 

1 1860. II. William D. (Angell), b, 2 June, 1870, m. 

has son Wm. Starr Angell. 

8815. Rkv, Joseph Joshua Phelps, b. New 
Berlin, N. Y., 12 Dec., 1841, m. Frances Elizabeth Angell, b. 
New Berlin, N. Y., 10 Feb., 1867, daughter of Israel and 
Mary Ann (Mead) Angell, and was b. New Berlin, N. Y., 28 
April, 1844. 

The Rev. Mr. Phelps served in the War of the Rebellion as 
sergt. in Co. D. 107th N. Y. Vol., from 17 July, 1862, to 31 
May, 1865, was in the battles of Autietam, Chancellorsville, 
Gettysburg, and in army of the Potomac, under Gen Hooker, 
transferred to Sherman's department, and in it in Co. of 
Capt. Lockwood to Atlanta, and in March to the Sea, and 
while 011 the same was captured with 16 others and they were 
prisoners from 19 Nov., 1864, for five months, and at Flor- 
ence, S. C, andLibby, Richmond. After the war, he studied 
law and was admitted to practice in the courts of New York 
State. Then studied theology, and held pastorates in the 
Baptist Church in New York State, Illinois and Michigan. 
During the year 1893, under the administration of Gen. J. H. 
Kidd, was Assistant Adjt. Gen. Department of Grand Army 
of the Republic of Michigan, Head Quarters at Sturgis, Mich. 

Children: 

11861. I. vStar J., b. New Berlin, N. Y. 3 Oct., 1S67, 

d. 4 Feb,, 1S83. 

11862. II. Lulu F., b. Morris, N. Y., 11 April, 1870. 
11S63. III. Earl F., b. Triangle, N. Y., 4 Dec, 1875. 
11864. IV. Floyd A., b. Trumansburg, N. Y., 3 Dec, 

1S7S. 
8817. Mae vina Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. Y., 
15 July, 1819, m. William Hill. Settled in New Berlin, 
N. Y. 



ti#6 Ninth Generation. 

Child, b. South New Berlin, X. Y.: 

11865. I. Andrew J. (Hill), b. 22 Aug., 1853, 111. 12 

Feb., 1893, Helen 0. Hitchcock, daughter 
of Charles A. and Abbie (Peck) Hitchcock. 
Res. South New Berlin, N. Y. No record 
of children. 

8811). Hamilton Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. 
Y., 12 Oct., 1S23, in. 15 May, 1863, Anna M. Keyet, daughter 
of Stephen and Eunice (Jamieson) Keyet, and b. .Norwich, 
N, Y., 27 May, 1839. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Norwich, N. Y. He is a lawyer. 
Children, b. Norwich, N, Y. : 

1 1866. I. Mina B., b. 7 June, 1866. Res. 509 William 

street, Elmira, N. Y. 

1 1867. II. Robert H., b. 7 Aug., 1869. Res. 5 Mitchell 

street, Norwich, N. Y. 

8821. Catharine Phelps, b. New Berlin. 
N. Y., 4 March, 1827, m. 3 Sept., 1850, Daniel Foot, son of 
Amos Foot and Lydia (Tracy), and b. Westchester Co., 26 
March, 1824. He d. Janesville, 111., 21 June, 1861. She 111. 
2nd . 

Children by 1st husband, b. Janesville, 111.: 
1 1868. L Edward Delauey (Foot), b. 1 Dec, 1851. 

1 1869. II. Tracy P. " b. 26 Dec, 1853. 

1 1870. III. Frank I. " b. 18 Sept., 1856. 

SS2'2. Henrietta E. Phelps, b. New Berlin, 
N. Y., 6 March, 1829, m. 7 June, 1848, Huntington'E. Brown, 
sou of Thomas Brown, and b. New Berlin, N. Y., 6 March, 
[829, where he settled. No record of children. 

S,S"24, Andrew J. Phelps, b. New Berlin, N. 
Y., 6 April, 1834, in. at Norwich, N. Y., 12 July, 1870, 
Amelia P. Weller, daughter of Hiram and Phebe R. (Pray) 
Weller, and was b. Norwich, N. Y., 27 March, 1840, where 
she d. 13 April, 1882. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Norwich, N. Y. 

Children, b. Norwich, N. Y.: 

1 [871. 1. Grace, b. 1 Jan., 1872, d. 12 July, 1872. 



Ninth Generation . Ir 17 

11872. II. Nellie A., b. 23 July, 1S73. 

11873. HI. Charles W., b. 9 Aug., 1881. 

SS'20. Emily Phelps, b. So. New Berlin, N. 
Y., 18 Sept., 1839, m. Nov., 1S55, Charles Bailey, sou of 
Charles and Adria (Adams) Bailey, and b. So. New Berlin, N. 
Y., 9 Jan., 1831. A carpenter at So. New Berlin, N. Y. 

Child, b. South New Berlin, N. Y.: 

11*74. Berenice (Bailey), b. 3 Nov., 1S77. 

SS.'}:{. Timothy Watson Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass.. 23 Oct., 1856, m. Dora A. Spooner, 2 June, 

1NS1. 

Mr. Phelps settled in West Farms, Mass. 
Child. 1). West Farms, Mass.: 

11875. I. Lyman Bartlett, b. 30 April, . 

8840. Henry Solomon Phelps, b. Florence, 
Northampton, Mass., 5 July, 1850, m. Julia Maria Spooner, 
at West Springfield, Mass., 24 June, 1880. She was daughter 
of Joseph M. and Julia W. (Bailey) Spooner, and was b. 
Agawam, Mass., 28 Aug., 1*52. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Mittineagne, Mass. He is a police 
officer. 

Children, b. West Springfield, Mass.: 

11876. I. Fred Henry, b. 29 Aug., 1S81. 

i 1 s 7 7 . II. Carrie Louisa, b. 4 March, 1884. 

1 1878. III. Lewis Wright, b. 11 Oct., 1889. 

8843. Edward W. Phelps, b. Florence, 
Northampton, Mass., 18 March, 1856, m. Louisa M. Hodgkin, 
at Florence, 11 Jan., 1888. She was daughter of Frederick 
and Mar>- (Clark) Hodgkin and wasb. Otis, Mass., 18 March, 
1S54. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer. He resided in Suffield, Ct., and 
Florence, Mass. 

Child, b. Florence, Mass.: 

11879. I. Maria L., b. 24 Dec, 1888. 



Emily Phelps, b. Florence, Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 11 Oct., 1858, m. Michael Donovan, 19 Nov., 



114.8 Ninth Generation, 

1878. He was son of James and Bridget (O'Donuell) Dono- 
van, b. Williamsburg, Mass., 11 Dec, 1856. Resided in 
Florence and later in Pine Grove, Northampton, Mass. He 
is an iron-moulder. 

Children: 

11SS0. I. Nellie E. (Donovan), b. Florence, Mass., 14 

March, 1879. 
118S1. II. George H. (Donovan), b. Florence, Mass., 8 

May, 1881, d. 27 June, 1887. 

11882. III. Daniel J. (Donovan), b. Pine Grove, Mass., 

14 Oct., 1882. 

11883. IV. Lizzie A. (Donovan), b. Pine Grove, Mass., 

9 March, 1884. 

11884. V. William E. (Donovan), b. Florence, Mass., 

13 June, 18S7, d. 7 July, 1887. 

1 1885. VI. Frederick D. (Donovan), b. Pine Grove, 

Mass., 19 Dec, 1888. 

8845. Charles S. Phelps, b. Florence, 
Northampton, Mass., 5 Dec, 1S61, m. Ora Almira Parker, at 
South Coventry, Ct., 10 June, 1891. She was daughter of 
Martin and Almira Stanley (Hibbard) Parker, and was b. 
South Coventry, Ct., 11 Aug., 1861. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Storrs, Ct., and is prof, of agricul- 
ture in Storrs College, Ct. 

Children, b. Storrs, Ct.: 

1 1886. I. Charles Francis, b, 17 March, 1892. 

1 1887. II. Lawrence Hibbard, b. 9 Nov., I893. 

8846. Phebe Ann Phelps, b. Florence, North- 
ampton, Mass., 20 Sept., 1865, m. Horace P. Barker, 28 Oct., 
1893. He was son of Horace Rice Barker and Eliza (Law- 
rence), and was b. Fitchburg, Mass., 3 Nov., 186 1. Settled 
in Mount Tom, Mass. No issue, 

8855. William B. Phelps, b. Southampton, 
Mass., 26 Aug., 1850, m. Louisa E. Sears, 12 April, 1882. 
She was daughter of William Hale Sears and Louisa (Eld- 
ridge), and was b. Ashfield, Mass., 2 May, 1857, d. Chenoa, 
111., 4 Jan., 1890. 



Ninth Generation. * T 49' 

Mr. Phelps resided in Chenoa, 111., and later in Cordova, 
Rock Island Co., 111. He is a bailer and shipper of hay and 
straw. 

Children, b. Chenoa, 111.: 

118S8. I. David B., b. 1 Feb., 18S3. 

1 1889. II. Winnifred I., b. 26 April, 18S6. 

1 1890. III. William Hale, b. 25 Dec. 1889, d. 18 Feb., 

1890. 

8857. Julius E. Phelps, b. Southampton, 
Mass., April 24, 1S53, m. Jnlia D. , b. Franklinville, P. 

I-, 1853. 

Children : 

11891. I. Bertha L., b. Southampton, Mass., 3 Ma}', 

1879. 

11892. II. Ruth \\\, b. Southampton, Mass., 14 Aug., 

1880. 

11893. III. Anna P., b. Southampton, Mass., 29 Oct., 

1SS1. 

1 1894. IV. Esther I)., b. Jamaica, P. P, 19 Jan., 1885. 

SS.")S. Henry Pyman Phelps, b. Southamp- 
ton, Mass., 1 Aug,, [854, m. Helen Louisa Horton, at Had- 
ley. Mass., 2 April, [878. She was daughter of Dwiglit A. 
and Amanda M. (Mason) Horton, and was b. Pee, Mass., 2 
March, 1859. 

Mr. Phelps settled in West Springfield, Mass. 

Children : 

1 1895. I. Edith Mason, b. Northampton, Mass., 4 

May, 1S79. 
11S96. IP Mabel Warner, b. Northampton, Mass., 29 

Sept., 1 88 1. 

1 1897. IIP Helen Pee, b. Southampton, Mass., 7 July, 

1885. 

1 1898. IV. Harold Dwight, b. Southampton, Mass., 29 

Aug., 1888. 

8861. Henry Sylvester Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 25 March, 1848, m. Flavia J. Parsons, 1872. 
She was daughter of Pucius Parsons, formerly of Westhamp- 
ton; Mass., now of Huutsburgh. Ohio. 



/ / v > A 7/7 /// ( if?i c ra Hon . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Huntsburgh, Ohio, where he d. 7 
Aug., 1886. 

Children, b. Huntsburgh, Ohio: 
1 iSgg. I. Arthur H. 

1 1 900. II. Carrie L. 

8903. Lucy Phelps Hickman, b. Westchester, 
Pa., 13 Dec,, 1840, m. Charles H. Moorhead, at Westchester, 
Pa., 14 Jan., 1864. He was sou of J. Barlow Moorhead and 
Elizabeth (Harrows), b. at Wilmington, Del,, 31 Jan., 1840. 
Mr. Moorhead settled in Conshohocken, Pa., later in Phil- 
adelphia. He was an iron merchant. 

Child, b. Conshohocken, Pa.: 

11901, I. Joseph Barlow (Moorhead), b. 4 Sept., 1871. 

N90-I-. Ada Augusta Hickman, b. Westches- 
ter, Pa., 26 Aug., 1843, m. Dr. Albert Cloud, at Savannah, 
Ga., 29 Dec, 1X80. He was son of Jesse and Lydia A. Cloud, 
and was b. Chester Co., Pa., 12 Oct., 184 1. 

Dr. Cloud settled in New York City. No record of chil- 
dren. 

8905. Sarah Jkffriks Hickman, b. West- 
chester, Pa., 24 Aug., 1847, 111. Rees Davis, at Westchester, 
Pa., 12 Dec, 1867. He was sou of Lewis and Elizabeth 
(Warkley) Davis, and was b. Oct., 1840. 

Mr. Davis graduated at college, studied law, and settled at 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Children, b. Philadelphia, Pa.: 

1:902. I. Emma Elizabeth (Davis), b. 29 Dec, 186S. 

11903. II. Sarah Jeffries b. 23 Dec, 1869. 

11904- HI. Wolcott Phelps " b, 16 Sept., 1871. 

1 1005. IV. Charles Reese b. 2 June, 1873. 

8906. Hklkn Hortkxsk Hickmax, b. West- 
chester, Pa., 13 April, 1849, m. Frederick Stoever Dickson, at 
Conshohocken, Pa., 17 Feb., 1874. He was son of John Sheri- 
dan Dickson and Sarah Margaret (Stover) and was b. Utica, 
N. \\, 24 June, 1850. 

Mr. Dickson was in Yale College from 1868 to 1871, studied 
law in Westchester, Pa., published an 'Analysis of Black- 



Ninth Generation. 1151 

stone's Commentaries," in 1873; was admitted to the bar, and 
removed to Philadelphia, where he has an extensive practice. 
In 1S74 he published an " Analysis of Kent's Commentaries." 

Children, b. Philadelphia, Pa.: 

11906. I. Elizabeth (Dickson), b. 12 Nov., "1874. 

1 1907. II. Frederick vStoever (Dickson), b. 9 Oct., 1881. 

8908. Louisa Gertrude Hickman, b. West- 
chester, Pa., 5 Oct., 1854, m. Rev. Percival H. Whaley, at 
Westchester, Pa., 5 July, 1876, He was son of William B. and 
Martha M. Whaley, and was b. Kdisto Islands, S. C, 17 May, 

[853- 

The Rev. Mr. Whaley graduated at Trinity College, Hart- 
ford, Ct., with A. B. iu 1874, completed his theological 
studies at Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Ct., receiv- 
ing his M. A., ill 1877. Settled in Somerville, S. C. 

Children, b. Hartford, Ct., except first : 

1 1908. I. Lucy Phelps (Whaley), b. Sharon, Ct., 20 

March, 1S77. 

1 1909. II. Arthur Murray (Whaley), b. 6 Jan., 1879. 

11910. Ill, Percival Huntington " b. 16 Nov., 1880. 

11911. IV. Anthony T, P. " b. 25 May, 1883. 

1 191 2. V. John Hickman b. 1 Oct., 1884. 

11913. VI. Leonard Dudley b. 15 May, 1886. 

11914. VII. Emily Morgan " b. 17 March, 1888. 

8916. ElizaS. Phelps, b. Townsheud, Vt., 1 
June, 1851, m. Albert R. Pierce, 17 Jan., 1875. He was son 
of Nathan and Anna H. (Burnoff) Pierce, and was b. Towns- 
heud, Vt., 19 Feb.. 1857. 

Mr. Pierce settled in Townsheud, Vt,, later removing to 
Suffield, Ct. 

He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Townsheud. Vt.: 

11915. I. James P. (Pierce), b. 2 June, 1876. 

11916. II. Welles N. " b. 6 Oct., 1879, 

1 1917. III. Lillian b. 13 Jan., 1881. 

11918. [V. Charles N. " b. n May, 1883. 



1152 Ninth Generation. 

8925. Mary Ellen Phelps, b. Mount Hope, 
111., 26 Dec, 1S47, m. Clarkson Finney Orvis, Nov., 1871. 
Settled in Ayer, Adams Co., Nebraska. 

Children, b. Ayer, Neb.: 

1 191 9. I. Mary Ellen (Orvis). 

1 1920. II. Susan Wealthy " 

11921. III. Harriet Ann " 

11922. IV. Emma Gertrude " 

1 1923. V. Julia Edith 

11924. VI. Anne Reed " 

11925. VII. John Gurney " 

8929. David Stoddard Phelps, b. Mount 

Hope, 111., 2 April, 1859, m. Fannie Frank. 1X82. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Mount Hope, 111. 

Child, b. Mount Hope, 111.: 

1 1926. I. George Hinsdale. 

8956. Alice Elizabeth G arm art, b. Prince- 
ton, 111., 11 Aug., 1853, m. Douglas Judd, 1877. Settled in 
Princeton, 111. 

Children, b. Princeton, 111.: 

11927. I. Florence Benson (Judd). 

1 1928. II. Marjorie 

8968. Albert Lewis Phelps, b. Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 12 Feb., 1851, m. Julia Cleveland, 17 Oct., 1833. 

She was a widow and daughter of Levi Hawks, and b. 
Hadley, Mass. Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass. 

Child, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

1 1929. I. Charles Winthrop, b. 2 Feb., 1S85. 

8969. Caroline Elizabeth Phelps, b. 

Northampton, Mass., 11 April, 1853, m. Charles Snow, 9 
June, 1879. 

Settled in Orono, Maine. Had two children. 

8983b. Caroline Morgan Edwards, b. New 
York city, June 14, 1852, m. April 11, 1872, George Hunt 
Prentiss, b. New York city, Nov. 14, 1N45, son of William 
and Angeline (Hunt) Prentiss. 



X tilth Generation . i'~? 



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Mr. Prentiss has four Mayflower ancestors, John Tilley, 
Bridget Van de Yelde, Elizabeth Tilley and John Howland, 
and is of the sixth generation from Henry Prentiss, 
"planter," of Cambridge. 

Children : 
11929a. I. Russell Edwards (Prentiss), b. April 25, 

1874, m. Dec. 1, 1897, Mary Adella Car- 
man, b. Dec. 23, 1S76, daughter of Augus- 
tus and Joanna (Wycoff) Carman, of 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
11929b. II. Marjorie Lewis (Prentiss), b. Aug. 3, 1882. 

8987. Charles Cummings Phelps, b. Green- 
field, Mass., July 14, [853, m. Oct, 14, [881, Almira Osborne, 
b. Feb. 22, 1S53, daughter of Robert T. and Elizabeth J. 
Dewees) Osborne, of Jacksonville, 111. 

Mr. Phelps is a merchant in Jacksonville, 111,, of the firm 
of Phelps & Osborne. He settled in Jacksonville, Sept. 16, 
1868, removed to Parson, Kansas, Jan., 1 s,s 1 , retiring to 
Jacksonville, 111., Aug. 7, [882. 

Children : 

1 1930. I. Charles Howard, b. Parsons, Kan., July 22, 

INS j. 

11931. II. Helen Rebecca, b. Jacksonville, 111., Jan. 15, 

1893. 

8999. Abram J. Phelps, b. Ray Co., Mo., 14 

July, 1S38, m. Olive Annette Griswold, b. Chardon, N. Y., 
3 June, 1842. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Little Mountain, Ohio. 

He is a farmer. 

Child, b. Little Mountain, Ohio : 

+ 11932. I. Mary F., b. 11 Sept., 1870, m. J. Wright 

Pierson. 

9000. Mary E. Phelps, b. Chardon, Ohio, 4 
Dec, 1S41, m. Kilbrum F. Way, at Willoughby, 15 Aug., 
1S65. He was son of John Chism and Huldah (Elsworth) 
Way, and was b. Whitby, C. W., 18 June, 1839. He resides 
in Little Mountain, Ohio, and is a fruit grower. His wife d. 
Chardon, Ohio, 9 July, 1881. 

(11-21) 



iijj. Ninth Generation, 

Child, b. Ohio : 

1 1933. Betsey K. (Way), b. 25 Sept., 1875. 

9022. George H. Phelps, b. Chesterfield, 

Mass., 5 Feb., 1853, m. at Denver, Col., 28 June, 1883, 
Catharine Eastwood, daughter of Calvin Eastwood and b. 
Toronto, Can., 5 Jan., 1861. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Denver, Col., and Cripple Creek, 
Col. 

Children, b. Denver, Col.: 

11934. L Howard Eastwood, b. 12 April, 1884. 

1 1935. II. Alice May, b, 31 May, 1S85. 

1 1936. III. Allen Cleveland, b. 8 Dec., 18S8. 

1 1937. IV. Calvin Eastwood, b. 7 Aug., 1896. 

90*24-. Willis Allen Phelps, b. South Deer- 
field, Mass., 19 April, 1857, m. at Franceville, Col., 7 March, 
1864, Mary Ann Needs, daughter of James and Martha (Dyke) 
Needs. 

Mr. Phelps resides at 1711 South Washington Ave., Den- 
ver, Col. 

Children: 

11938. I. Mattie Fidelia, b. Franceville, Col., 10 Feb., 

18S7. 

11939. II. Charles Needs, b. Franceville, Cob, 9 June, 

1888. 

1 1940. Ill, Maud Emma, b. Denver, Cob, 10 Sept., 

1890, d. 4 April, 1 89 1. 

11941. IV. Elizabeth, b. Denver, Cob, 30 June, 1893. 

1 1942. V. Harold James, b. Denver, Cob, 10 Oct., 

1894. 

11943. VI. Bertha 'May, b. Denver, Cob, 28 April, 

1896. 

9025. Walter Lyman Phelps, b. South 
Deerfield, Mass., 22 Dec, [858, m. Mary Beemau, at South 
Deerfield, Mass., 22 Dec, 1881. He was a shipping clerk in 
Northampton, Mass. She was b. New York State. 
Child, b. South Deerfield, Mass.: 
11044. 1. Louis A., b. 1 Feb., 1SS4. 



N in th Ge?iera tio n . r J 55 

9026. Charles Spencer Phelps, b. South 
Deerfield, Mass., 12 Dec, 1862, m. Cora E. Cooley, at South 
Deerfield, Mass., 27 June, 1889. She was daughter of Alfred 
A. and Charlotte (Clapp) Cooley, and was b. South Deerfield, 
Mass., 13 Aug., 1864. 

Mr. Phelps is a civil engineer, connected with the South 
Carolina and Georgia R. R. Res. 28 Comings St., Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Children, b. Charleston, S. C: 

1 1945. I. Raymond Cooley, b. 11 Feb., 1892. 

1 1946. II. Dorothy Cleveland, b. 6 Nov., 1S95. 

9029. John Francis Phelps, b. Ware, Mass., 
March 20, 1842, d. Feb. 20, 1889, m. Jan. 1, 1S67, Helen E. 
Lovett, b. Feb. 12, 1842, d. Nov., 1874, dau. of James and 
Mary Ann (Cooley) Lovett, of Ware. 

He was a book-keeper in Ware, Mass. No issue. 

9031. Emma Phelps, b. Ware, Mass., May 2, 
1847, m. Jan. 12, 1S69, Edward W. Sagendorph, b. Tivoli, 
N. Y. , Aug. 9, 1842, son of Philip and Elinor (Minkler) Sag- 
endorph. 

Res. East Brookfield, Mass. Mr. Sagendorph is a painter. 

Children, b. East Brookfield, Mass.: 

1 1947. I. Bessie, b, Feb. 25, 1S70. Res. E. Brook- 

field, Mass. 

1 1948. II. Henry Phelps, b. July 26, 1874. Res. E. 

Brookfield, Mass. Is shipping clerk at J. 
Prouty & Co.'s, Spencer, Mass. 

9032. Abbie Electa Phelps, b. Ware, Mass., 
Aug. 25, 1849, m. Sept. 8, 1875, John Cummings Brooks, of 
Westfield, Mass., b. Nov. 22, 1849, d. Nov. 24, 1890, sou of 
Josiah and Lucy (Cummings) Brooks, of Palmer, Mass. 

Mr. Brooks was treasurer of the Textile Co., of Westfield, 
Mass. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

11949. I. Lena Phelps (Brooks), b. Oct. 21, 1877, d. 

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Ninth Generation, 

II. Henry Dwight (Brooks), b. May 19, 1880. 
Class of 1901, Williams College. 

III. Bertha Phelps (Brooks), b. Sept. 12, 1883. 

IV . John Cu minings (Brooks), b, April 7, 1886. 

9035. George Willis Carrington, b. Ches- 
ter, Mass., July 15, 1838, d. Westfield, Mass,, June 30, 1SS1, 
m. Dec, 31, 1S68, Isetta E. Grant, b. March 2$, 1843, d. Aug. 
15, 1 88 1. 

Mr. Carrington was a butcher. 

Child, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

11953. I. Charles John (Carrington), b. Feb. 17, 1870, 

m. at Springfield, Mass., June 6, 1897, 
Jennie Tinkham. 

9030. Mary Amklia Carrington, b. Chester, 
Mass., Jan. 23, 1841, m. Oct. 1, 1873, as 2nd wife, William 
W. Ward, b. - — , d. Springfield, Mass., Jan, 20, 1890. 

Children: 

11954. I. Jesse Stone (Ward), b. Aug. 17, 1874. 

11955. H- Eugene Bates " b. Sept. 29, 1876. Res. 

Springfield, Mass. 

9038. John Edward Carrington, b. Chester, 
Nov. 12, 1S49, m. Jan. 25, 1871, Mary A. Cook, b. Chester, 
Mass., March, 1846, daughter of Linus and Roxaua (Catlin) 
Cook, of Chester. 

He is a farmer in Chester, Mass. 

Children, b. Chester, Mass.: 

1 1956. I. Frank Cook (Carrington), b. July 27, 1876 

Res. Springfield, Mass. 

1 1957. II. Mary Esther (Carrington), b. July 12, 1878. 

Res. Springfield, Mass. 

9047. DeWitt Clinton DeWolf, b. Chester 
Centre, Mass., Feb. 10, 1864, ni. in Chicago, 111., Nov. 27, 
1889, Harriet F. Woodcock, b. Calais, Maine, Sept. 12, 1866, 
daughter of John Eeighton and Eliza Watts (Haycock) Wood- 
cock. Res. Chicago, 111. Mr. DeWolf is president of the 
Chicago Coal Co., 356 Dearborn street. 



Ninth Generation. Tr 57 

Children, b. Chicago, 111.: 

1 1958. I. Elsie (DeWolf), b. April 12. 1892. 

11959. II. Helen Ames b. June 1, 1S95. 

9054. George H. Phelps, b. New Ashford. 
Mass., 6 Sept., 1852. m. Melissa L. Colton at Lanesboro, 
13 April, 1874. She was daughter of Charles and Laura 
(Bryant) Colton and was b. Warwick, Mass., 13 April, 1874. 

Mr. Phelps resides in North Adams, Mass. He is a mar- 
ket gardener. 

Child, b. Xew Ashford, Mass.: 

11960. I. Mabel L., b. 30 Sept., 1876. 

9055. Allen D. Phelps, b. Xew Ashford, 
Mass., 19 Sept.. 1853, m. Margaret Dowanee at Hoosick 
Falls. 5 Jan.. 1881. She was daughter of John and Mary A. 
(Cadwell) Dowanee, and was b. Ireland, 5 Aug., 1853. 

Mr. Phelps resided in North Adams and Blackinton. 

Children, b. Blackinton, Mas>.: 

1 196 1. I, Walter A., b. North Adams, Mass., 6 Feb., 

1SS2. 

1 1962. II. Ethel C, b. 4 May, 1S85. 

1 1963. III. Florence M,, b. 5 Jan., 1887. 

11964. IV. Marion D., b. 6 Oct., 1892. 

9i>56. Morgan E. Phelps, b. New Ashford, 
Mass.. 17 Dec. 1854, m. Martha A. Cole at Cheshire, Mass., 
6 March, [879 .She was daughter of Martin C. and Mary O. 
(Baker) Cole, and was b. Cheshire. 6 April, 1859. 

Mr. Phelps resides in Cheshire, Mass. He is a carpenter 
and joiner. 

Children, b. Cheshire, Mass.: 

1 1965. I. Bertha M., b. 20 March, 1881. 
1191 II. Maud L.. b. 30 Sept., 1884. 
11967. III. Grace M.. b. 16 Nov., 1893. 

0057. Rev. Warren A. Phelps, b. New 
Ashford, Mass., 15 July, 1857, m. Mary J. Davis at Corning, 
N. Y., 20 Dec, 1883. She was daughter of John R. and 
Rebecca L. (Harrington) Davis, and was b. Jamestown. N. 
V.. 31 June, 1859. 



//■r s ' • Ninth Generation . 

Rev. Mr. Phelps resided in Allentown, N. Y., and is now 
in La Crnees, Mexico. 

He lias deeds in his possession, running back to 1733. 

Child, b. Allentown, N. Y.: 

1 1968. I. Raymond A., b. 20 Jan., 1SS5. 

9058. Carlton T. Phelps, b. New Ashford, 
Mass., 13 Oct.. 1867, m. Virginia Turner, at North Adams, 
17 Aug., 1886. 

She was daughter of Thomas and Mary Turner, and was 
b. Newton, No. Wales, 29 May, 1866. 

Mr. Phelps is an attorney at law at North Adams. 

Children, b. North Adams, Mass.: 

1 1969. I. Christine M., b. 5 Oct., 1887. 
1 1970. II. Arthur C, b. 24 Aug., 1895. 

1)005. Alice Elizabeth Phelps, b. South 
Williamstowu, Mass., 6 Feb., 1854, m. A. W. Preston, at 
North Adams, 16 Aug., 1871. He was son of Alexander and 
- (Porter) Preston, and was b. Halifax, Vt., 2 Jan., 1849. 
He' is a book agent. Has resided in North Adams, Mass., 
Kansas City, Mo,, and now (1896) in New York State. 

Children : 

1 197 1. I. Agues Elizabeth (Preston) b. North Adams, 

Mass. 

1 1972. II. Arthur Cooley b. North Adams, 

Mass, 

1 1973. III. Blanche Felicia b. North Adams, 

Mass. 
1 1974. IV. Hobart Phelps b. Kansas City, 

Mo. 

<>0<)<>. Ella Louisa Phelps, b. South Wil- 
liamstowu, Mass., iS Jan,, 1856, m. Hobart Bennett Potter, 
at North Adams, Mass., 25 March, 1880. 'He was son of 
Bennett and Louisa (Hurd) Potter, and was b. Hubbardston, 
Mass. He is a commercial traveler. Has resided in San 
Marcos, Texas, North Adams, and East Orange, N. J., in 
1896. 



Ninth Ge?ieration. H59 

Children : 

1 1975. I. Charles Marcus (Potter), b. San Marcos, 

' Texas, iS Dec, 1881. 

1 1976. II. Marion Elizabeth (Potter), b. No. Adams, 

Mass., 6 Nov., 1883. 

11977. HL Howard Phelps (Potter), b. No. Adams, 3 

Nov., 18S5. 

11978. IV. Mark Hopkins (Potter), b. Hillburn, X. J., 

24 May, 1887. 

11979. V. Hobart Bennett (Potter), b. Hillburn, N.J., 

6 Nov.. 1S89. 

9068. Minnie Belle Phelps, b. North Ad- 
ams, Mass., 9 April, 1865, m. George R. Lynch, 25 June, 
[884. He was son of Charles L. and Kate (Cooper) Lynch, 
and was b. Stockbridge, Mass., 16 Sept., 1862. He is a sec- 
retary of a Steel Roofing Co., and has resided in Marshall- 
town, Iowa, and now Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Children : 

1 1980. I. Lona Phelps (Lynch), b. Marshalltown, 

Iowa, 17 Jan. , 1887. 

11981. II. Lawrence Moore (Lynch), b. Chattanooga, 

Tenn., 2 June, 1889. 

9069. Mary Octavia Phelps, b. North 
Adams, Mass., 10 May, 1S68, m. Mortimer Winfield Thomas, 
28 Dec, 1892. He was son of Benjamin Nichols and Char- 
lotte (Niles) Thomas, and was b. Killington, Ct., 18 May, 
1 861. 

Mr. Thomas is a teacher and principal of Blackinton 
School. Res. 5 Phelps Place, North Adams, Mass. 

Children, b. North Adams, Mass, : 

1 1982. I. Maxwell Phelps (Thomas), b. 4 Oct., 1893, 

d. 16 Aug., 1894. 

1 1983. II. Welsworth Cayle " b. 4 March, 1895. 

9070. Dr. Frank Cooley Phelps, b. North 
Adams, Mass., 18 Oct., 1871, m. Mary M. Lane, at Burling- 
ton, Vt., 3 Aug., 1873. 

Dr. Phelps settled in Yergennes, Vt., where he is now prac- 
ticing medicine. 



ri6o Ninth Generation . 

Child, b. Vergennes, Vt.: 

11984. I, Marjorie Bates, b. 7 Dec, 1895, 

9101. Loring Parsons Lank, b. Westfield, 
Mass., July 9, 1854, m. Nov. 6, 1884, Sarah E. Stimpson, b. 
Nov. 18, 1S54, daughter of Charles N. and Sarah A. Stimp- 
son. 

Mr. Lane is cashier of the First National Bank of West- 
field, Mass. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

11985. I. Loring Stimpson, b. July 26, [886. 
119S6. II. Robert Phelps, b. Aug. 19, 1888. 

1 1987. III. Lucy Marytta, b. Dec. 6, 1898. 

9104. liuzABETH Boies, b. May 1, 1S65, d. 
June 30, 1893, m. in Longmeadow, Mass., Dec. 25, 18S9, Leon 
Jourolmon, son of Robert I), and Louisa T. (Cadwell) Jourol- 
mon. 

Mr. Jourolmon is a lawyer in Knoxville, Tenn. 

Child, b. Knoxville, Tenn.: 
1 1988. I. Gladys (Jourolmon), b. Feb. 23, 1893. 

9112b. Laura Sophia Platt, b. Columbus, 
Ohio, April 6, 1842, m. Oct. 23, 1862, John Grant Mitchell. 
Res. Columbus, Ohio. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ohio: 

+ 11989. I. Flizabeth (Mitchell), b. Oct. 2, 1864, m. 

James Henry Held. 

+ 1 1990. II. Fanny (Mitchell), b. April 13, 1869, m. Ed- 

ward Barry Wall. 

11991. III. Jean Andrews (Mitchell), b, June 19, 1871. 

1 1992. IV". John Grant b. June 17, 1874. 

9112(1. Fanny Pr.ATT, b. Columbus, Ohio, 
April 12, 1847, d. May 28, 1896, m. Oct., 1871, Erskiue B. 
Fullerton, M. D. 

Res, Columbus, Ohio. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ohio: 

1 1993. I. William Platt (Fullerton), b. Nov. 23, 1872, 

d. June 28, 1 S 7 3 , 



Ninth Generation. 1161 

1 1994. II. Laura (Fullerton), b. Oct. 30, 1873. 

1 1995. III. Dorothy b. July 9, 1877. 

1 1996. IV. Rutherford " b. June 30, 1SS0. 
1 1997. V. Fanny b. Dec. 2, 1882. 

91l2e. Fmily Platt, b. Columbus, Ohio, 
July 1 8, 1850, m. at the Executive Mansion, Washington, D. 
C, June 19, 1S78, Russell Hastings. 

Children : 

1 1998. I. Lucy Hayes (Hastings), b. Columbus, Ohio. 

1 1999. II. Fannx b. Bermuda Islands. 

12000. III. Platt " b. Columbus, Ohio. 

9112f. RUTHERFORD HAYES PLATT, b. Coluin- 
bus, Ohio, Sept. 6, 1853, m. Jan. 5, 1S87, Maryette Smith. 

Children : 

12001. I. William Andrews (Platt), b - — , d - — . 

12002. II. Anne Swan 1)- — , d . 

12003. III. Robert 

12004. IV. Rutherford 

9113. Birchard Austin Hayes, b. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Nov. 4, 1853, m. at Norwalk, Ohio, Dec. 30, 1886, 
Mary Sherman, b. May 15, 1859, dan. of Nathan Gould and 
Elizabeth (Otis) Sherman. Mr. Hayes graduated at Cornell 
University, 1S76. 

Res. Toledo, Ohio, where Mr. Hayes is a lawyer, of the 
firm of Swayue, Hayes & Tyler, attorneys for the Cincinnati, 
Hamilton & Dayton Railway Co. . 

Children, b. Toledo, Ohio: 

12005. F Sherman Otis (Hayes), b. 1888. 

12006. II. Webb Cook b, 1S90. 

12007. in - Walter " b. 1893. 

12008. IV. vScott Russell " b. 1894. 

9115. Rutherford Platt Hayes, b. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, June 24, 1858, m. at Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 24, 
1894, Lucy Hayes Platt, b. Sept. 14, 186S, daughter of Wil- 
liom Augustus and Sarah (Follet) Platt. 

Res. Chicago, 111. Mr. Hayes graduated at Cornell Uui- 



1162 Ninth Generation. 

versity, June, iScSo, and is engaged in dealing in books and 
libraries. 

Children : 

12009. I. Rutherford Birchard (Hayes), b. Feb. 20, 

I 896. 

1 2010. II. William Piatt (Hayes), b. Dec. 9, 1897. 

1)1 Hi. Fanny Hayes, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Sept. 2, 1867, in. at Fremont, Ohio, Sept., 1897, Harry Eaton 
Smith. , 

Child : 

1 201 1. I. Dalton Hayes (Smith), b. June, 1898. 

9153. William Hollky Brand, b. Lexing- 
Ky., 28 Nov., 1826, m. Frances McCann, 28 June, 1851. She 
was daughter of John McCann, and was b. Lexington, Ky. 

Mr. Brand graduated at college, studied law, and settled in 
Lexington, Ky., where he practiced law, and where he d. 4 
Oct., 1866, and where his widow now resides. 

Children, b. Lexington, Ky.: 

12012. I. William M. (Brand), b. 1851, d. 1854. 

12013. II. John Allen " b. 1853, d. 1853. 

12014. III. Frances M. b. 1S56. In a con- 

vent in Cuba. Is Mdm. Teresa Brand. 

12015. IY. John McCann (Brand), b. [858. 

12016. V. Allen McGrossenreed (Brand), b. 1867. A 

civil engineer in Kentucky and Missouri. 

1)154-. Klizabkth Hay Brand, b. Lexington, 
Ky-, 21 Oct., 1827, m, Elisha W. Warfield, 15 Oct., 1846. 
He was son of Benjamin Warfield, a lawyer of Lexington, 
Ky. This family was originally from Baltimore. 

Mr. Warfield graduated at college, studied law at Lexing- 
ton, Ky., where he settled and practiced many years. 

Children, b. Lexington, Ky.: 

+ 12017. I. Harriet Holley (Warfield), b. 25 July, 1847, 

m. Robert M. Kelly. 

12018. II. Sally Sutherland (Warfield), b. 3 Nov., 1850. 

1 2019. III. William Brand (Warfield), b. 16 Feb., 1854, 

d. 14 March, 1858. 



Ninth Generation. H&3 

12020. IV. Benjamin Dorsey (Warfield), b. i Feb., 

1856, d. 17 March, 1859. 

12021. V. Elisha Charles (Warfield), b. 26 June, 1S59, 

d. 28 June, 1S60. 

9155. Mary Austin Brand, b. Lexington, 
Ky., 20 May, 1829, m. Austin Dall, 22 April, 185 1, He was 
son of James Dall, of Baltimore, Md. 

He is a merchant in Baltimore. His widow now resides in 
Baltimore, Md. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md.: 

12022. I, Mary Austin (Dall), b. 17 June, 1852. 

12023. II. James (Dall), b. 7 Nov., 1S53, m. Ada Howe 

Hubbard, 28 Dec, 1853. 
+ 12024, HI. Harriet Holley (Dall), b. 27 Dec, 1855, m. 

Spencer Aldridge. 
12025. IV. Austin (Dall), b. 27 Jan., 1857, d. 17 Sept., 

1S62. 
+ 12026. V, William Brand (Dall), m. Virginia Day 

Holbert. 

12027. VI. Horace Holley (Dall), b. 21 May, i860. A 

merchant. 

12028. VII. Thomas Atkins (Dall), b. 6 Nov., 1861, d. 24 

Jan., 1869. 

12029. VIII. Charles Austin (Dall), b. 26 March, 1863. 

12030. IX, Henry Whiting (Dall), b. 27 Dec, 1S67. 

Lives in New York, and Baltimore, Md. 

9156. Col. Horace Holley Brand, b. Lex- 
ington, Ky., 4 April, 1832, m. Rebecca B. Wilson, 5 Nov., 
1857. She was daughter of B. S. Wilson, and was b. Boou- 
ville, Mo. 

Mr. Brand settled in Boonville, Mo., and was a colonel in 
the Confederate Army during the civil war. 

Children, b. Boonville, Mo.: 

12031. I. Mary Wilson (Brand), b. 15 Sept., 1858, d. 

26 Oct., 1862. 

12032. II. Harrriet Holley b. 10 May, i860, m. 

Charles H. Hening. 



s/6/ Ninth Geyicratioji . 

9158. Harriet Hou.ey Brand, b. Lexing- 
ton, Ky., 27 Jan., 1836, m. William Edward Burr, 24 April, 
1855. He was son of William Burr, a banker of Paris, Ky., 
and president of the St. Louis National Bank. 

Mr. Burr settled in Lexington. Ky., and is a banker there. 
Children, b. Lexington, Ky.: 

+ 12033. b Harriet Holley (Burr), b. 10 July, 1856, m. 

Shonon Clay Douglas. 
12034. H. William Brand (Burr), b. 11 Oct., 1857. A 

banker. 
+ 12035. HI. Edward (Burr), b. 19 May, 1859, m. Catha- 
rine Green. 
12036. IV, Henry Bell (Burr), b. 7 Dec., 1862. 
+ 12037. V. Charles Brand " m. Josephine Morris. 

12038. VI. Benjamin Shiloh " b. 10 Dec, 1862. 

12039. VII. Amanda T. " b. 30 March, 1864. 

12040. VIII. Lemuel B. " b, 3 Dec, 1865. 
1.204 1. IX. Eliza Melissa b. 25 Sept., 1869. 

12042. X. John Lawrence " b. 18 Dec, 1876, d. 

July, 1S77. 

9160. Emily Austin Brand, b. Lexington, 
Ky., 9 Oct., 1839, m. Arthur Paine Clarkson, 28 April, 1859. 
He was b. Columbia, Mo., where he settled. He is a farmer. 
Child, b. Columbia, Mo.: 

12043. I- Harriet H. (Clarkson), b. 4 Oct., 1872, 

1)1 (>*2. Katharine Brand, b. Lexington, Ky., 
20 Dec. , 1842, m. Benjamin G. Leonard, 7 Feb., i860. He 
was son of Nathaniel Leonard, and was b. Brownville, Mo., 
where he settled and died. He was a farmer. She m, 2nd, 
Dr. John Pitman, 6 Dec, 187 1, He was b. in Kirkwood, 
Mo., where he settled and practiced medicine. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Boonville, Mo.: 

12(144. b Harriet H. (Leonard), b. 17 Feb., 1861, d. 

26 Sept., 1861. 

12045. H. Horace H. (Leonard), b. 30 Jan., 1862, m. 

Claude Chapin, 30 June, 1862. 

12046. III. Margaret A. (Leonard), b 4 Oct., 1864, d. 

1S64. 



Ninth Generation. 116 



'J 



Children by 2d husband, b. Kirkwood, Mo.: 
12047. IV - Mary Virginia (Pitman), b. 7 Sept., 1872. 

1204S. V. Elvira Hamilton " b. 25 Jan., 1S74. 

12049. VI. John Brown b. 2 Jan., 1876. 
9170. Mary Withers Atkinson, b. Balti- 
more, Md., m. Philip Agerino Tillard. He was b. in Eng- 
land, where he resided, and where he d. in 1886. 

Children, b. England : 

12050. I. Philip A. (Tillard). 

12051. II. Thomas A. 

9185. Robert Powell Page Wainwright, 
b. Philadelphia, Pa., May 19, 1852, m. at New Vork City, 
Sept. 2, 1879, Josephine Serrell, dan. of Gen. K. W. Serrell, 
U. S. A. 

Children, b. Port Walla Walla, Washington: 

12052. 1. Helen Serrell (Wainwright), b. Feb. 15, 

1SS1. 

12053. H- Jennie Pound Serrell (Wainwright), b. Feb. 

14, 1SS2. 

12054. HI. Jonatha Mayhew (Wainwright), b. Aug. 23, 

[883. 

9186. Maria Page Wainwright, b - -, m. 
March 11, 1872, Winston Henry Slaughter. 

Children : 
•12055. !■ Winston Henry (Slaughter), b. Aug. 20, 

1S74. 

12056. II. Mary Gertrude Wainwright (Slaughter), b. 

Aug. 20, 1874. 

12057. III. Elizabeth Mayhew Wainwright (Slaughter), 

July 29, 1876. 
9188. Stuyvesant Wainwright, b. New 
Vork City, June 15, 1863, m. Sept, 17, 1889, Caroline Snow- 
den, daughter of A. Lowden and Elizabeth (Smith) Snowden. 

Children : 

12058. I. Stuyvesant (Wainwright), b. Jan. 3, 1S91. 

12059. II- Snowden b. Oct. 9,1893, d. 

Feb. 14, 1894. 

12060. III. John Howard 1). Feb. 9, 1896. 



n66 Ninth Generation. 

9189. Jonathan- Mayiikw Waixwkight, b. 
New York City, Dec. 10, 1864, m. Nov. 23, 1892, Laura Wal- 
lace Buchanan, dan. of James A. and Rose (Parran) Buchanan, 
of Baltimore, Md. 

Child : 

12061. I. Laura Fonrose (Wainwright), b. Dec. 2S, 

1893. 

9190. Richard Tighk Wainwright, b. New 

York City, May 17, 1868, m, April 30, 1895, Alice Townsend 
Crawford, dan. of David and Caroline (Townsend) Crawford, 
of New York City. 

Child : 

12062. I. Richard Tighe (Wainwright), b. Feb. 2, 

i8y6. 

9192. Amelia Maria Broxsox, b. New York 
City, Aug. 10, 1854, m. Feb. 15, 1S82, Andrew Hammersley, 
Jr.. of New York City. 

Child : 

12063. I- Theodore Bronsou (Hammersley), b. Dec. 9, 
1883, d. March 8, 1884. 

9193. Anne Eli/.a Broxsox, b. New York 
City, Dec. 18, 1833, m. Jnne 1, 18S3, Sheldon vSmith of New 
York City. 

Children : 

12064. I. May Bronson (Smith), b. April 3, 1886. 

12065. H- Anne Theodora " b. Nov. 27, 18S7, 

0215. Joseph E. Card, 1>. about 1837, lu 
Cleveland, Ohio, m. Kate Barton. 
Mr. Card settled in St. Louis, Mo. 

Children, b. St. Louis, Mo.: 

12066. I. Grace (Card). 

12067. II. Mary 

12068. III. Joseph P. 

12069. IV. Catharine 

12070. Y. Barton 

12071. VI. Ann 

12072. VI I. John Ford " 



Ninth Generation. 1167 

9216. Lydia Phelps Card, b. Cleveland, O., 
after 1839, m. Daniel M. Brighain. Resided in Milwaukee, 
Wis.  

Children, b. Milwaukee, Wis.: 

12073. I- Daniel (Brighain). 

12074. II- Anne 

S)'l\ 7. Henry F. Card, b. Cleveland, O., where 
he settled, and died Jan., 1894, m. Mary Hale, at Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Children, b. Cleveland, Ohio: 

12075. I. Henry Phelps (Card), d. 

12076. II. John Allen " d. 

9218. Mary Phelps Card, b. Cleveland, Ohio, 
after 1842, 111. William Alonzo Goslin. He settled in Toledo, 
Ohio. 

Children, b. Toledo, Ohio: 

12077. I- Maria Card (Goslin). 

12078. II. William 

9219 Anne PrfELPS Card, b. Cleveland, Ohio, 
after 1845, m. James F. Rhodes. 
He resided at Cambridge, Mass. 

Child, b. Cleveland, Ohio: 

12079. 1- Daniel (Rhodes). 

9219a. Elizabeth Phelps Chapin, b. Canan- 
daigua, N. Y., about 1837, m. Richard Edward Davis, at Mon- 
mouth, 111., Sept., i860. Resided in Omaha, Neb., and Jer- 
sey City, X. J. 

Child, b. Omaha, Neb.: 

12080. I. James (Davis). 

9220. Harriet P. Paine, b. Painesville.Ohio, 

m. S. B. McConnell, at Monmouth, III., 25 Dec., 1868. Re- 
sided in St. Paul, Minn. 

Children, b. Monmouth, 111.: 

1 208 1. I. John Eleazer (McConnell). 

12082. II. Samuel Phelps 

12083. III. Maria 



Il68 Nifith Generation . 

9223. IyYDiA Phelps Paine, b. Monmouth. 
111., after 1840, m. James Duaue Cross, at Monmouth, 111., 26 
Nov., 1874. Resided in St. Paul, Minn. 

Child, b. St. Paul : 
120S4. I. Charlotte Mary (Cross), 

9225 Henry Phelps, b. Painesville, Chio, 

about 1850, m. Fannie . 

Settled in Painesville, Ohio. 

Children, b. Painesville. Ohio : 

12085. I. Samuel Ward. 

12086. II. Mira. 

12087. III. Hall. 

9226. William Hall Phelps-, b. Painesville, 
Ohio, m. Anna Burnside. 

Children : 

12088. I. John Burnside. 

12089. II. Nancy. 

12090. Ill Marguerite. 

12091. IV. Max William. 

9234. Charles Hooker Baldwin, b. New- 
ark, N. J., Nov. 26, 1865, m. April 30, 1889, Bertha Nelson 
Smith, b. Newark, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1S67, dau. of John Huy- 
ler and Georgia Hunter (Wheeler) Smith. 

Res. Newark, N. J. Mr. Baldwin <is connected with the 
Park National Bank. 

Child, b. Newark, N. J.: 

12092. I. Birge Raymond (Baldwin), b. Jan. 26, 1890. 

9241. GEORGE Phelps, b. Blandford, Mass., 
12 Dec, 1816, m. Lydia Ann Foster, 3 June, 1838. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Turin. N. Y., where he d. 17 May, 
1S92. He was a farmer. His widow resides in Turin, N. Y. 

Children, b. Turin, N. Y.: 

+ 12093. I. Oliver, m . 

+ 12094. II. Foster, b. 1843, m. Lydia Farkin. 

9242. William Phelps, b. Blandford, Mass., 
24 Sept., 1818, removed with his father to Martinsburgh, N. 



Ninth Generatioii . 1169 

Y., m. Artemisia 'Barnes 31 Dec., 1841. Mr. Phelps is a 
farmer. Settled in Mendota, 111. 

Children, b. Mendota, 111.: 

12095. E Eloise, in. O. B. Banning. 

+ 12096. II. Harrison, b. about 1S45, m. . 

12097. III. Esther E., m. Ford Fairbaugh. 

1209S. IV. Mary, m. William McGinnis. 

+ 12099. V- Homer, b. about 1S52, m. . 

1 2 100. VI. Jerome. 

0243. Norman Phelps, b. Blandford, Mass., 
3 April, 1820, removed with his father to Martinsburgh, N. 
V., in 1828 m. Olive Lee. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Glendale, X. Y. , where he d. 27 Jan., 
is<)2, and where his widow resides. 

9244. Franklin Plelps b. Blandford, Mass., 
3 Jan,, 1S22, m. Eunice Tiffany, at Martinsburgh, N. Y., 13 
Dec., 1843. She was daughter of Daniel and Sally (Puffer) 
Tiffany, and was b. Lowville, X. Y., 22 Feb. 1S23, d. Con- 
stableville, N. Y., 8 May, 1872. He m. 2nd Mary Allen, 30 
Sept., 1880. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Martinsburgh, N. 
Y., in 1S28. He d. Constableville, X. Y., 18 Dec, 1893. 
He was a miller and merchant. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Martinsburgh, X. Y.: 
» 
1 2 101. I. Lewis William, b, 21 Dec, 1846, d. April, 

[886. A clergyman, unmarried, in M. E. 

Church. 
+ 12102. II. James Duane, b. 12 April, 1848, 111. Helen 

H. Weaver. 
+ 12103. HE Mary Almira, b. 19 May, 1851, m. Rev. 

Lewis Dunton, D. D. 
+ 12104. IV. Mary Elizabeth, b. 13 Sept., 1856, m. Levi 

L. Faruham. 

9245. Elizabeth J axe Phelps, b. Blandford, 
Mass. 19 June, 1824, removed with her father to Martins- 
burgh, X. Y., in 1828, m. 13 Sept., 1S46, Henry Zrinner. 

Children: 

(II--22) 



nyo Ninth Generation. 

12105. I. Charles (Zrinner). Res. Port Leyden, N. Y. 

12106. II. George " " Lyons Falls, N. Y. 

12 107. III. Frank P. " 

12 108. IV. Ellen 

9246. Rowland Phelps, b. Martinsburgh, 

N. Y., 10 Aug., 1828, in. Ada Mary Johnson, 27 May, 1849. 
She was daughter of Timothy Brooks and Laura Ann (Higley ) 
Johnson, and was b. Turin, N. Y,, 15 Oct., 1831. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Martinsburgh, X. Y., and later in 
Turin, N. Y., where he d. 4 July, 1872. 

Children, b. Martinsburgh, N. Y. : 

+ 12109. I. Charles J,, b. 13 May 1850, m. Delia .1. 

Drake. 
121 10. II. Harriet Louisa, b. 4 Dec,, 1852, d! 7 Nov., 

1854- 
+ 12111. III. Gertrude Ada, b. 15 Jan., 1853, m. Walter 

J. Piatt. 

12 1 1 2. IV. Emory Davis, b. 10 Nov,, 1857, d. 13 Feb., 

1858. 

12113. V. Clarence Anson, b. 8 May, i860, num. 

+ 121 14. VI. Howard Dennis, 7 May, 1867, m. Minnie 

L. Morgan. 

9247- Charles Harris Phelps, b. Boston, 
Mass., 14 Sept., 1845, m. Elizabeth Livingston Pitt, 6 Feb., 
1818" She was daughter of John A. Pitt, and was b. Ulster 
Co., N. Y. 7 July, 1857. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Harvard, receiving his degree of 
A. M. in 1868, studied law and was admitted and practiced 
in New York City, now residing 13 Rue Van Dau, Paris. 
Child, b. New York City: 
121 15. Livingston. 

9258. Charles Henry Phelps, b. Stockton, 
Cal., 1 Jan., 1853, m. Mary Booth, at Oakland, Cal., 10 Jan., 
1878. She was daughter of Lewis and Julia (Douglas) Booth, 
and was b. Grassville, Cal., 26 Dec. 1854. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at the University of California, and 
at Harvard law school 1874. and practiced in Oakland and 
San Francisco, Cal.. until 1882, when he removed to New 



Ninth Generation. nyr 

York City, where he is now practicing his profession. He 
lias published "California Verses" in 1887, and has been a 
frequent contributor to the leading magazines. From 1880 
to 1S82 he was editor of the California, now Overland 
Monthly. 

Child, b. Oakland, Cab: 

121 16. I. Eleanor, b. 7 Nov., 18S0, 

9264:. Rev. Frederick William Phelps, b, 
Belehertown, Mass., April 13, 1866, d. Tucson, Arizona, Feb. 
27, 1893, unmarried. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Amherst College in 1885, was in- 
structor in Greek in Washburn College, Topeka, Kansas, from 
1885 to 188S, when he was made professor, filling this position 
until 1892, when he was compelled to go to the Pacific coast 
for his health. During this period he spent a year at Yale 
University in post graduate study, chiefly in the Divinity 
School. In 1887 he was an instructor in the Amherst Sum- 
mer School of Languages, and in 1890 in the Bay View, Mich., 
Chautauqua Assembly, and in 1891, in Kansas. In 1890 he 
was Kansas state secretary of the American Institute of Sacred 
Literature. In 1887 he preached as a home missionary in New 
Hampshire, in 1890 in Glover and West Glover, Vt., while he 
frequently supplied pulpits in Topeka. He was director of 
the glee club, and while in California was connected with the 
U. S. Geological Survey, and then pastor of the Congrega- 
tional Church at Eagle Rock, Cab Having resigned his chair 
in Washburn College he was made a professor in the Pacific 
Theological Seminary at Oakland, Cab, where he served until 
he was obliged to go to Tucson, Arizona, for his health. 

9280. Sarah Huldah Phelps, b. Norfolk, 
Ct,, 8 Feb., 1 S3 1, m. Martin Horace Wadsworth, in Welling- 
ton, Ohio, 28 Nov., 1853. He settled in Wellington, Ohio. 

Child, b. Wellington, Ohio : 

121 17. I. Martin Horace (Wadsworth), b. 27 June, 

1857- 

1)281. Frederick Hurlbut Phelps, b. Wel- 
lington, Ohio, 8 May, 1S42, m. Hattie A. Clifford. 



IIJ2 Ninth Generation. 

Children, b. Wellington, Ohio : 

121 is. I. Charles L., b. 30 Sept., 1864, m. No living- 

issue. 

+ 12119. II, Frank D., b. 13 Jan., 1868, in. Mary E. 

Sheldon. 

+ 12120. III. Verne K., b. 14 Feb., 1877, m. R. S. Led- 

yard. 

12121. IV. GnyT., b. 13 Nov., 187S. 

9283. Harriet Phelps, b. Winchester, Ct., 
30 May, 1826, m. George A. Bidwell, in Naugatuck. Ct., 26 
Nov., 1846. He was son of Norman A. and Rebecca (Steele) 
Bidwell, and was b. Oxford, Ct., 26 March, 1825. He is a 
farmer. Settled in Huntington, Ct., where his wife d. 12 
June, 1893. 

Children : 

1 2 122. I. Flleu Rebecca (Bidwell), b. Waterbury, Ct., 

25 Oct., 1S47. 

1 2 123. II. Abbie Louisa b. Meriden, Ct., 28 

April, 1849. 

12124. III. George Phelps b. Waterbury, Ct. r 

5 April, 1853. 

9285. Newton Phelps, b. Winchester, Ct.,  
Sept. 11, 1 83 1, d. Nov. 12, 1S94, m. at Winsted, Ct., by 
Rev. C. H. A. Bulkley, Sept. 25, 1S58, Martha Wilcox, b. 
Goshen, Ct., Oct. 12, 1838, daughter of Rulof Dutcher and 
Sophia Fmeline (Cooke) Wilcox. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Winchester, Ct. 

Children, b. Winchester, Ct. : 

+ 12125. I. Alice Madeline, b, Feb. 26, 1861, 111. Oscar 

P. Hurlbnt. 

12126. II. Ella, b. July 31, 1863, d. A117. 11, 1863. 

12127. III. Kate Emeline, b. Jan. 3, 1863. Res. Tor- 

ringtou, Ct. 
+ 12128. IV. Fucy Marion, b. Sept. 30, 1871, 111. John J. 

Guildford. 

9288. Huldah W. Phelps, b. Winchester, 
Ct., 21 April, 1837, m. William F. Lewis, at Waterbury, Ct., 



Ninth Generation. Jl 73 

28 Nov., 1854. He was son of Isaac and Elizabeth Water- 
man (Treadwell) Lewis, and was b. Southington, Ct., 28 
May, 1832. Resides in Waterbury, Ct. He is president of 
the Waterbury Specialty Co. 

Children, b. Oakville, Ct., except the last: 

12129. I- Carrie E. (Lewis), b, 9 July, i860, teacher 

of music, Waterbury, Ct. 

12130. II. Hattie A. (Lewis), b. 26 Aug., 1863, d. 20 

May, 1872. 

12131. III. Mary J. (Lewis), b. 10 April, 1869, teacher 

in Watertown School. 

12 132. IV. George E. (Lewis), b. Waterbury, Ct., 2 

March, 1872, m. Kate M. Scott. 

9289. Pauline Phklps, b. Winchester, Ct., 
5 Eeb., 1840, 111. Benjamin Hiel Bristol, at Waterbury, Ct., 6 
June, 1858. He was son of Hiel and Anna Chastina (Potter) 
Bristol, and was b. Naugatuck, Ct., 19 June, 1837, where his 
wife d. 22 March, 1877. 

.Mr, Bristol settled in Waterbury, for a short time, remov- 
ing from there to Naugatuck, Ct. He is a merchant. 

12133. I. William Henry (Bristol), b. Waterbury, Ct., 

5 July. 1859. 

1 2 134. II. Franklin B. (Bristol), b. Waterbury, Ct., 14 

July, 1S60. 

12135. III. Sarah Anna Abigail (Bristol), b. Naugatuck, 

Ct., 24 Jan., 1865. 
1 2 136. IV. Be 11 net B. (Bristol), b. Naugatuck, Ct., 3 

May, 1868. 
12137. V. Edgar Hiel (Bristol), b. Naugatuck, Ct., 7 

March, 1871. 
1213.x. VI, Bertha Pauline (Bristol), b. Naugatuck, 

Ct., 27 April, 1876. 

9290. Daniel Edgar Phelps, b. Winchester, 
Ct., 25 August, 1842, m. Caroline Maria Wilcox, 10 Jan., 
1866. She was daughter of Rulof D. and Sophia Emeline 
(Cook) Wilcox, and was b. North Goshen, Ct., 25 August, 
1844. 



//~/ Ni?ith Generation. 

Mr. Phelps settled in West Torrington, Ct. He is a 

fanner. 

Children, b. West Torrington, Ct.: 

1 2 139. I. Frederick Ruloff, b. iS Dec., 1872, d. 17 

Jan., 1884. 

12140. II. Ada Pauline, b. 5 Jan., 1877. 

9291 Samuel Hurlbut Phelps, b. Stuyve- 
sant, N. Y., 23 Feb., 1830, m. Catharine M. Proseus, at Val- 
atie, N. Y., 15 Oct., 1857. She was daughter of David and 
Mar\- (Coon) Proseus, and was b. Copake, N. Y., 17 June, 
1831. Shed, at Yalatie, 11 July, 1893. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Yalatie, N. Y. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Yalatie, N. Y. : 

+ 12141. I. Lucy Hurlbut, b. 26 July, 1859, m. Edson 

P. Packman. 
+ 12142. II. Mary Proseus, b. 21 Dec, 1862, in. Charles 

L. Krafft. 
+ 12143. III. Frederick Allen, b. 6 Sept., 1864, m. Sadie 

A. Bristol. 

9293. James White Phelps, b. Stuyvesant, 
N. Y., 19 Oct., 1837, m. Permelia Humphrey C0011, 7 Dec, 
1S71. She was daughter of Peter P. and Caroline (Humph- 
rey) Coon, and was b, Copake, N. Y., 21 Feb., 1846. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer, and resides in Kinderhook, N. Y, 

Children, b. Kinderhook, N. Y. : 

+ 12144. I. Frank Miller, b. 7 Sept., 1872, 111. Ida Hen- 

shaw. 

12145. II. Charles Winfield, b. 25 March, 1874. 

12146. III. Carrie M., b. 4 Aug., 1876. 

12147. IV. Fanny Whiteman Hurlbut, b. 9 Nov., 1882. 

9305. Alice Livingston Phelps, b. Albany, 
X. Y., 12 March, 1856, m. Millard A. Smith, June, 1873. 
Settled in Minneapolis, Minn. 

Child, b. Minneapolis, Minn.: 

12148. Roxaua W. (Smith), b. 7 Aug., 1877. 

9308. Corydon C. Phelps, b. Niles, Mich., 6 
March, 1856, m. Mar) A. Paine. 



Ninth Generatioi. TI 75 

# 
Mr. Phelps settled in Omaha, Neb., where he d. 17 May, 

1890, and where his widow now resides. 

Child, b. Omaha, Neb.: 
12149. I, E. Paine, b. 14 Nov., 1844. 

9314. IyOuis Graham Phelps, b. Red Wing, 
Minn., July 29, 1859, m. Dec. 23, 1S82, Annie C. Williston, 
b. Red Wing, Minn., Feb. 3, 1863, daughter of W. C. and 
Mary (Can field) Williston. 

.Mr. Phelps was educated at a military academy and at 
Trinity College, Port Hope, Canada, established the First 
National Bank, of Great Falls, Montana, becoming its cashier, 
later becoming cashier of the Montana National Bank, of 
Helena, Montana, and then vice president, and is now presi- 
dent of an insurance company in Chicago, 111. 

Children : 
12149a. I. Eugene, b. Whatcom, Washington, March, 

14, 1885. 
1214c;!). II. Francis, Broadwater, b. Helena, Montana, 

Aug. 29, 1889. 

i>:>14b. William Wallace Phelps, b. Red 
Wing, Minn., April 21, 1869, m. May 21, 189S, Agnes Gor- 
don Handy, b. Richmond, Ya, , Oct. 24, 1875, daughter'of 
Moses P. and vSarah Ann (Matthews) Handy. 

Mr. Phelps graduated from Rockland College 1887, and in 
the law department of the University of Michigan in 1890, 
had degree of Master of Law from Yale University of New 
Haven, Ct., 1891, and D. C. L. 1894. He is now practicing 
law in Great Falls, Montana. 

9335. Alice Angeline Adams, b. Needham, 
Mass., April 20, 1857, m. Oct. 15, 1879, Horace B. Ellis, son 
of Hon. Zenas C. and Sarah (Dyer) Ellis. 

Res. Castleton, Yt. She graduated at Dean Academy, 
Franklin, Mass., in 1871). 

Children, b. Castleton, Yt.: 

1 2 150. I. George Adams (Ellis), b, July 25, 1881. 

12151. II. Edward Adams " b. Jan. 6, 1886. 

12152. III. Stella Dyer b. Feb. 23, 1893. 



iij6 Ninth Generation. 

* 

9336. Ada Margaret Adams, b. Fair Haven, 
Vt., Dec. 5, 1861, d. May 21, 1893, m. Dec. 30, 1885, John 
T. Powell, son of James F. Powell. 

Res. Fair Haven, Yt. 

Children, b. Fair Haven, Vt.: 

12153. F Son (Powell), b. Jan. 8, 1887, d. Feb. 14, 

18S7. 

12154. IF Margaret A. (Powell), b. Jnne 30, 1889. 

12155. III. Raymond A. b. March 14, 1S93. 

9337. Annie Estelle Adams, b. Fair Haven, 
Vt., August 14, 1864, m. April 22, 1892, George B. Jermyn, 
of Scranton, Penn. 

Res. Scranton, Penn. 

Child, b. Scranton, Penn.: 

12156. I. Margaret Adams (Jermyn), b. Oct. S, 1893. 

9340. Joseph Eli Colton, b. Fair Haven, 
Vt., Feb. 15, 1858, m. May 26, 1880, Alice Viola Thomas, b. 
Jan. 16, 1S62, d. April 7, 1890, dan. of William Henry and 
Auice (Martin) Thomas, of Fort Ann, X. Y. 

He 111. 2nd, April 12, 1892, Susie Asenath Humphrey, dau. 
of Edwin F. and Asenath (Noble) Humphrey, of Pittsfield, 
Mass. 

Mr. Colton was publisher of the Fair Haven Era 1879 and 
[880, and began wholesale stationery business in Pittsfield, 
Mass., in 1S82, and is now treasurer of the Berkshire Type 
Writer Paper Co. 

Res. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

12157. F William Wallace (Colton), b. Dec. 25, 1883. 

Child by 2nd wife : 

12 158. IF Robert Humphrey (Colton). b. August 14, 

1896. 

9341. David Baldwin Colton, b. Fair Haven, 
Yt., April 23, 1861, m. June 4, 1884, Stella M. Beckley, b. 
June 29, 1862, daughter of David R. and (— — ) Beckley, of 
Mendon, Mich. Res. Pittsfield, Mass. 



Ninth Generation. TI 77 



Mr. Colton entered Tufts College in 1881, but left the fol- 
lowing year to go into business in Pittsfield. 

Child, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

12159. I. Vera (Colton), b. July 21, 1S88. 

9367. Julius Gervase Viets, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 29 April, 1S29, 111. Mary Permelia Gillett, 1 Jan., 1852. 
She was child of Horace and Agues (Whitney) Gillett, and 
was b. Southwick, Mass., 15 Oct., 1834. 

Mr. Viets settled in Westfield, Mass., where he remained 
one year then removed to Granby, Ct. 

Child, b. Granby. Ct.: 

12 160. I. Henry Gervase (Viets), b. 3 July, 1855. 

9368. Martha Axx Viets, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
Sept., 1S25, m. May, 1S46, Thomas Griffin, b. Granby, 
Ct., where he settled. 

Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 

12161. I. Marcus (Griffin), b. April, 1848. 

12162. II. Ida b, March, 1855. 

12163. III. Gerard " b. Dec, 1S57. 

9369. Charles Ransom Viets, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., July, 1830, m, 8 May, 1853, Harriet Griffin, b. Granby, 
Ct., Dec. 1 83 1. 

Mr. Viets settled in Copper Hill, Granby, Ct. 

Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 

12 164. I, Austacus (Viets), b. 6 July, 1S55. 

12 165. II. A son b, May, 1864. 

9870. Abigail Emeline Viets, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 13 Oct., 1831, 111. William Jenkins, 1 Jan., 1852. 
Settled in Unionville, Ct. 

Children, b. Unionville, Ct.: 

12166. I. Emily (Jenkins), b. April, 1S54. 

12167. II. Mary " b. July, 185S. 

9371. Virgil Eaton Viets, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
17 March, 1835, m. Mary Wilcox, 1 Jan., 1861. 
Mr. Viets settled in North Granbv, Ct. 



iijS Ninth Generation. 

Child, b. North Granby, Ct.: 

12168. Everett (Viets), b. 17 July, 1S63. 

9372. Emily Victoria Viets, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 22 Dec., 1837, m. Oliver Gabriel, March, 1863. Settled 
in Avon, Ct. 

Child, b. Avon, Ct.: 

1 2 169. George Henry (Gabriel), b. Nov., 1S64. 

9390. Norris T. Phelps, b. Nelson, Ohio, 15 
May, 1838, m. 1st Abbie I. Leonard, at Williamsfield, Ohio, 1 
May, 1 86 1. She d. 

•He m. 2nd Rosetta Tourgue, 24 Aug., 1876. By her he 
had no issue. 

Mr. Phelps was a blacksmith and settled in Kingsville, 
Ohio. 

Children hy 1st wife, b. Kingsville, Ohio : 

1 2 170. I. Eddie, d. in infancy. 

12171. II. Mabel, b. 1 March, 1872, d. 10 Feb., 1884. 

9391. Obed K. Phelps b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
21 June, 1848, m. Mary Heath, at Williamsfield, 25 Dec, 
1S66. She was daughter of Helen and Alta (Root) Heath, 
and was b. Andover, Ohio, 1848, d. there. 

He m. 2nd Ann Gould, at West Farmington, Ohio, 28 Feb., 
[886. She d. Parkman, Ohio, 27 Oct., 1887. 

Mr. Phelps is a mason, paper hanger, and cheese-maker, 
and resides in West Farmington, Ohio. 

Children, b. Andover, Ohio: 

1 2 172. I. Jay Carlton, b. 14 March, 1N70. 

1 21 73. II. Archer Delos, b. 29 Dec, 187 1. 

9393. Charles H. Phelps, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, 30 March, 1848, m, Rachel A. Shipman, at Andover, 
Ohio, 28 Feb., i860. She was daughter of Elias Shipman. 

Mr. Phelps is a blacksmith, and resides in Williamsfield, 
Ohio. 

Child, b. Williamsfield, Ohio : 

12174. I. Nathalie R., b. 9 April, [869, d. 2 July, 

1 889. 



Ninth Generation. H79 

9394. Addison B. Phelps, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, iS May, 1850, m. Kate A. Marwin, at Andover, Ohio, 
8 Sept., 1870. She was daughter of Russell Marwin, and 
was b. 1 1 June, 1850. 

Mr. Phelps is a draughtsman. Resides in Williamsfield, O. 

Child, b. Andover, Ohio : 

12175. I- Jessie D., b. 17 May, 1875. 

9395. Lymax C. PHELPS, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, 23 April. 1853, m. Addie L. Mills, at Andover, Ohio, 22 
Dec., 1SS0. She was daughter of G. T. and Caroline (Ray- 
mond) Mills, and was b. Cairo, Mich., 27 Feb., 1859. 

Mr. Phelps is a druggist, residing at Andover, Ohio. 

Children, b. Andover, Ohio : 

12176. I. Edith C, b. 19 July, 1883. 

12177. II. Ethel M.. b. 14 Sept., [885. 

9396. Sophia M. Phelps, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, 19 July, 1857, m. Charles A. Tuttle, at Meadville, Pa., 
17 April, 1S82. He was son of William C, and Kmeline 
(Coleman) Tuttle, and was b. Greene, Ohio, 26 Dec, 1856. 
He is a locomotive fireman, residing in Andover, Ohio. 

Children, b. Andover, Ohio : 

1 2 178. I. Claribel (Tuttle), b. 1 April, 188S. 

1 2179. II. Caroline b. 17 May, 1890. 

9399. Lucius E. Phelps, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, 4 Aug., 184S, m. Emma E. North, 12 Aug., 1870. She 
was daughter of S— - S. and Maria (Synaver) North, and 
was b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 31 July, 1S49. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Williamsfield, Ohio. 

Children, b. Williamsfield, Ohio : 

12 180. I. Howard S., 1). 9 April, 1872, d. 14 Oct., 

1 89 1 . 

12151. II. Bertha M., b. 6 April, 1877. 

12152. III. John S., b. 5 Jan., [882. 

9446. Hon. Richard Harvey Phelps, b. East 
Granby, Ct., 27 June, 1813, m. Mindwell B. Griswold, 1840. 
She was daughter of Abiel Buckland and Mary (Pinuey) 



riSo Ninth Generation, 

Griswold, and was b. Windsor Ct., Aug. 26, 1S14, d. Wind- 
sor, Ct., S Oct., 1854. 

He 111, 2nd Julia K. Welch, b. April 23, 1S22, daughter of 
Lemuel and Nancy (Benton) Welch. 

(Julia E. Welch married 1st Staunton Babcock, 6 June, 
[840, by whom she had one child, Cornelia Babcock, who m. 
Newell Griswold, of Poquonock, Ct.) 

Mr. Phelps resided in East Gran by, Ct. He d. in that 
place, 15 Oct., 1885. He represented Granby in the legisla- 
ture, also Windsor, after removing there in 1S47. He was 
Judge of Probate for Windsor district, director of the State 
Prison, County Commissioner, and held other offices of public 
trust. He was the author of " Newgate Prison," of Ct., pub- 
lished in 1876, a history of the State Prison and its Simsbury 
Copper Mines, now within the town of East Granby, Ct. 

Children by 1st wife: 

12183. I. William G., b. East Granby, Ct., d. in in- 

fancy. 

+ 12184. II. Roswell Henry, b. East Granby, Ct., i5Jan., 

1845. 
121S5. III. Lucius R., b. Windsor, Ct., 1847, d, in in- 
fancy . 

+ 12186. IV. William G., b. Windsor, Ct., 24 May, 1S49, 

m. Edith C. Foulk. 

+ 12187. V. Alliue L-, b. Windsor, Ct., 4 Oct., 1851, m. 

George Hoff. 

9450. Helen Maria Morse, b. Williatnsfield, 

Ohio, March 8, 1831, d, Cortland, Ohio, Sept. 24, 1873, m. 
1856, Edward Oakley, b. Bazetta, O., May 15, 1830. 
Children, b. Cortland, Ohio, except first two: 
12188. I. Infant (Oakley), b. Taylor's Falls, Minn., 

[857, d. 1857, 
+ 12189. n - Edward P. (Oakley), b. Taylor's Falls, 

Minn., Jan. 24, 1859, m. Carrie Williams, 
2nd, Belle Bundy. 
12190. III. Charlotte E. (Oakley), b. Jan. 8, 1862. Is 
a school teacher. 
+ 12191. IV. Lota (Oakley), b. 1864, m. Edgar J. Regal, 

2nd, Charles S. Osmer. 



Nin th Gene ra tio n. 1 181 

12192. Y. Francis Eli (Oakley), b. Jan. 25, 1S65, d. 

April 19, 1866. 

12193. VI. Frances Lena (Oakley), b. Oct. 22, 1868, d. 

1868. 
1 2 194. VII. Abiah L. (Oakley), b. Oct. 26, 187 1, d. Nov. 
3- 1882. 

0451. Hakkikt Xkviah Morse, b, Williams- 
field, Ohio, Jan, 27, 1S34, 111. Oct. 22, 1859, Benjamin Frank- 
lin Weeks, b. Danville, June 13, 1S32, d. June 25, 1S98, son 
of Jeremiah and Abigail (Gilson) Weeks. 
Res. Fvauston, 111. 

Child, b. St. Charles, Minn.: 

12195. I. Helen Frances (Weeks), b. Feb. 6, 1867, 

graduate of Northwestern University, 
Evanstou, 1885, and Vassar College, 1888. 

9452. Frances Abiah Morse, b. Williams- 
field, Ohio, Jan. 22, 1838, m. Oct. 28, 1857, Eli Yoke, b. 
August, 1835. 

Children, b, State Fine, Penn.: 
+ 12 196. F Charles (Yoke), b. Feb. 28, 1859, m. twice. 

12 197. IF Florence " b. Sept. 14, 1861, d. Nov. 

6, 1862. 

9453. Anna Abiah Emelixe Morse, b. Ken- 
tucky, Jan. 15, 1839, 111. .March 12, 1857, William K. Woods, 
of Mercer County, Ky. 

Res. Bondville, Ky. 

Children, b. Kentucky : 

12198. F William Franklin (Woods), b. June 2, 1858. 

12199. IF Hattie Brown b.Aug.,22, i860. 
+ 12200. III. Henry Kirby Smith b. Aug., 13, 1862, 

m. MaryL. Demaree. 

1 2201. IV. Alonzo Lee b. Jan., 17,1864, 

d. Dec. 19, 18S7. 

12202. Y. Milton McConn b. Dec. 2, 1866, 

d. Oct. 26, 18S7. 

12203. VI. Anna Louise b. Feb. 13, 1868. 

12204. VII. Marcellus Bedford b. Oct. 30, 1870, 

d. May 1 1, 1882. 



ri82 Ninth Generation, 

12205. VIII. Charles Miller (Woods), b. Oct. 11, 1872. 

12206. IX. Mary K. Morse b. Nov. 19, 1874, 

m. March 3. 1897, H. Nichols. 

12207. 2L James Benton (Woods), b. Aug.' :i, 

1S76. 

12208. XI. Infant (Woods), b. Aug. 11, 1876, 

d. Aug. 30, 1876. 



\ 



Twins. 



0460. Mary Elizabeth Morse, b. Kentucky, 
Jan. 14, 1858, in. Feb. 15. 1877, William De Wait English, 
of Ky., son of Col. Samuel S. English. 
Res. Avoca, Ky. 

Child, b. Middletown, Ky.: 

12209. I- Morse (English), b. Nov. 16, 1877. Res. 

• Avoca, Ky. 

9461. Mary Jane Abiah Bacon, b. Williams- 
field, O., vSept. 19, 1843, 111. Levi Lawyer. 

Children, b. Jamestown, Penn.: 

+ 12210. I. Luella Lillian (Lawyer), b. July 2, 1870, 111. 

Mark Hall. 
12211. II. John Melvin (Lawyer), b. Feb. 25, 1873. 

Res. Jamestown, Pa., num. 
+ 1 22 1 2. III. Eva May (Lawyer), b. July 2, 1878, m. 

Anson Pelor. 

\)\i>'l. Eunice Aemira Bacox, b. Williams- 
field, Ohio, Oct. 30, 1844, 'm. Peter Bebee Morse, b. May 15, 
1840, d. Anoka, Minn., Aug. 26, 1890. 
Res. Anoka, Minn. 

Children, b. Anoka, Minn., except first: 

12213. I. Edwin H. (Morse), b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 

July 1, 1864. 

12214. II. Elmer E. (Morse), b. Dec. 4, 1871, 111. Sept. 

9, 1896, Alice M. Ricker. Res. Anoka, 
Minn. 

122 15. III. May (Morse), b. March 13, 1875, d. March 

17. 1875. 

12216. IV. Nellie (Morse), b. Feb. 9, 1879, d. Oct. 18, 

1 881. 
122 17. V. Newton A. (Morse), b. Feb. 20, 1881.- 



Ninth Generation . 1183 

9463. LoitisA Maria Bacon, b. Williams field, 

Ohio, Feb. 23, 1847, m. Edward Brockway. 

Children, b. Williamsfield, Ohio: 
.12218. I. Infant (Brockway). 

12219. II. Mary Pearl " b. March 25, 1876. A 

teacher in Ashtabula, O. 

12220. III. Jennie Dilly (Brockway), b. Sept. ig, 1880. 

1 222 1. IV. Lewis Garfield b. April 14, 1882. 

12222. V. Edward Carl " b. Feb. 11,1884. 

i>4(>4. Milton Lafayettk Bacon, b. Williams- 
field, Ohio, Dec. 25, 1849, m. Sept. 13, 1S72, Emily Under- 
wood, b. Jan. 30, 1853, daughter of A. B. and Sally (Morse) 
Underwood. See No. 5737. 
Res. Williamsfield, Ohio. 

Children, b. Williamsfield, Ohio: 

12223. I- Bertha Abiah (Bacon), b. Sept. 8, 1S73, d. 

April 8, 1874, 

12224. II. Walter Ruins " b. Sept. 20, 1875, 

m. May 10, 1896. Anna Webb, of Kins- 
man, O. 

12225. HI- Alice Mae (Bacon), b. Sept. 26, 1878, m. 

April 24, 1897, W. Bailey. One child. 

12226. IV. Lila E. (Bacon), b. July 1, 1S86, d. Sept. 25, 

1895. 

9467. William Howard Smith, b. Spring- 
field, Mass., Nov. 24, 1832, m. at Springfield, Mass., May 5, 
1898, Martha Young Trafton, b East Pittston, Maine, 
March 29, 1837, d. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1862, clan, of 
Rev. Mark and Eliza (Young) Trafton. 
Res. Springfield, Mass. 

Child, b. Springfield, Mass.: 
+ 12227. I- Minnie Lee (Smith), b. Oct. 5, 1859,111. 

Norman H. Fowler. 

S)UW. Mary Etta Griffin, b. Granby, Ct., 
1840, d. West Suffield, Ct., April 4, 1895, m. at Springfield, 
Mass., June 22, 1865, W. H. Salisbury, b. - -, d. Oct 5, 
1871, ' • 



iiSj. Xintli Generation. 

Children: 
1222S. I. Randall (Salisbury), b. Springfield, Mass., 

Nov. 19, 1S66. Res. N. Y. City. 
12229. II- Rerley (Salisbury), b. Holyoke, Mass., Oct. 

10, 1868. Res. N. Y. City. 

94-71. Benjamin Sheldon, b. Grauby, Ct., 
Jan. 6, 1831, m. Sept. 3, 1859, Caroline Mather, b. Windsor, 
Ct., Nov. 21, 1826, d. Feb. 15, 1889, dau. of Epaphras and 
Eydia (King) Mather, of West Suffield. 
Res. West Suffield. Ct. 

Children, b. West Suffield, Ct.: 
+ 12230. I. Charles Benjamin (Sheldon), b. May 23, 

1S60: m. Letta Austin. 
12231. II. Harriet Eliza (Sheldon), b. Sept. 20, 1S61, 

d. July 22, 1889. 
+ 12232. III. Sarah Jane (Sheldon), b. Dec. 5, 1863, m. 

Edwin S. Seymour. 
12233. IV. John Adams (Sheldon), b. May 5, 1867, d. 

vSept. 9, 1S89. 

9472. William Stevens Sheldon, b. Granby 
or Suffield, Ct., Jan. 20, 1S33, d. Oct. 27, 1895, in. Feb. 26, 

1S58, Sarah Jane Richard, b. . d. Oct. 11, 1893. 

Children : 

+ 12234. !• Edwin John (Sheldon), b. Oct. 27, i860, m. 

Mrs. Clara V. Eastou. 
+ 12235. Ji - Mary Eliza (Sheldon), b. Oct. 20, 1861, m. 

Henry R, Hemenway. 

94-70. Edward William Bates, b. East 
Granby, Ct., Oct. 26, 1^49, m. Nov. 26, 1872, Henrietta F. 
Clark, dau. of Samuel A. Clark. 

Res. Missouri Valley, Iowa. Is a railroad engineer. 

Child : 
12236. I. Mary Hannah (Bates), b. Sept. 19, 1873. 

94-77. Charles Waldo Bates, b. East Gran- 
by, Ct., Oct. 19, iS.si, m. Jan. 15, 1879, Mary E. Holmes,, 
daughter of James and Mary Holmes. 
Res. East Grauby, Ct. 



Nin th Generation. / 185 

Children : 

12237. I- Waldo Holmes (Bates), b. Oct. 31, 1880, 

12238. II. William Edward " b. Nov. 30, 1884. 

9478. William Luther Griffin, b. Granby 
or Suffield, Ct., May 22, 1844, m. Jan. 1, 1868, Ella Adeline 
Clark. 

Children: 
+ 12239. I- Minnie Louisa (Griffin), b. April iS, 1873, 

m. J. O. Banning. 

12240. II. Edwin Stevens (Griffin), b. July 8, 18S5, d. 

June 9, 1887. 

9491. Eva Ann Phelps, b. LaCrosse, Wis., 7 
Oct., 1832, m. Ethan Parmenter, 18 Nov., 1852, He was b. 
New York State, iS Nov., 183?. Settled in LaCrosse, Wis. 
Children, b. LaCrosse, Wis.: 

12241. I. Caroline Jennette (Parmenter), b. 12 Nov., 

1853. 

12242. II. Helen Austin b. 30 March, 

[855. 

12243. III. -Sarah vSabrina b. 6 March, 

1856. 

12244. IV. Joel Josephus b. 2 June, 

[859. 

12245. V. James Frederick b. 18 June, 

1 86 1. 

9495. Melissa Helen Phelps, b. LaCrosse, 
Wis., 20 April, 1842, m. Walter Gree, 25 Dec, 1852. He is 
a Welshman, and was b. 22 Feb., 1822, and settled in La 
Crosse, Wis. 

Children, b. LaCrosse, Wis.: 

12246. I. Charlotte Ann (Gree), b. 4 Jan., 1858. 

12247. II- Guerdon Clement " b. 5 Feb., i860. 
1224S. III. William Walter " b. 8 Feb., 1861, d. 2 

Feb., 1862. 

9505. Judson Root Rockwood, b. Enfield, 
Ct., 4 May, 1842, m. 19 Feb., 1871. Catharine A. Gregg, who 
d. 1886. 

* 

(11-23) 



nS6 Nhtt/i (ie?icration . 

Mr. Rockwood settled in Enfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

12249. I. Judson Newell (Rockwood), b. 1873. 

12250. II. Emily Cornelia Mary (Rockwood), b. 1877. 
These children after the death of their mother resided with 

their grandmother, Emily (Phelps) Rockwood, in Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

0510. William Drydkx Phelps, b. Snffield, 
Ct., 1844, d. Springfield, Mass., May 25, 1880, m, 1866 Ade- 
laide Mather. 

His widow m. 2nd . 

Children : 

1225 1. I. Harry, m. in Southwick, Mass., Nov. 6, 

1875, Annie N. Johnson. 
Also several daughters. 

\)7)\:\. Estiikk Ann Kent, b. Southwick, Mass., 
22 April, 1846. m. 1S65, Joshua J. Terpiuing, b. Esopus, 
Ulster Co., N. Y., 1841, where he settled. 

Children, b. Esopus, N. Y. : 

1S67. 



12252. 


1. 


Uarne J . ( 1 erpi 


nmg), b. 


Aug. 


12253. 


II. 


Francis 


b. 


1869. 


12254, 


III. 


Israel J. 


b. 


1872. 


12255. 


IY. 


Emily P. 


b. 


1 s 7 4 • 


12256. 


Y. 


Cornelia 


b. 


1882. 


12257. 


YI. 


Allen B. 


b. 


1886. 



9517. Arthur Stevens Phelps, b. New 
Haven, Ct., Jan. 25, 1863, m. at Colorado Springs, June 17, 
1890, Blanche Stroud. 

Res. Greeley, Colorado. He grad. Yale 1886, was ordained 
a Baptist minister 1890, having settled in Colorado in 1889. 

Children : 

12258. I. Celeste, b. Denver, Col., March 15, 1891. 

12259. II. Drydeu Einsley, b. Fountain, Col., Oct. 20, 

1892. 

1)518. William Lyon Phelps, b. New Haven, 
Ct., Jan. 2. [865, m. at Huron City, Mich., Dec. 21, 1892, 
Annabel Hubbard, dau. of Langdon and Amanda J. Hubbard. 



+ I226o. 


I. 


Jessie (Cc 
Tidd. 


+ I226l. 


II. 


Agnes 
Hoover. 


+ 12262. 


III. 


Kate 
Fenner. 


I2263. 


IV. 


Howard 


I2264. 


V. 


George 


I2265. 


VI. 


Emma 



Ninth Generation. iiSj 

He grad. Yale 18S7, was instructor at Harvard one year, 
and Yale four years, and has been Asst. Prof. English Liter- 
ature at Yale since 1896. 

No issue. 

9570. Eliza Allen, b. Wayne, Ohio, Feb. 5, 
1842, m. May 21, 1863, Morris Colby, 

Children, b. Wayne, Ohio. 
I. Jessie (Colby), b. Feb. 20, 1S65, m. Harmon 

b. Oct. 1, 1867, m. James 

b. Aug. 2, 1S69, m. Byron 

b. April S, 1 87 1. ' 
b. Oct. 18, 1872. 
b. Oct. 8, 1876, m. Sept. 23, 
1896, Curtis Fobes. 

12266. VII. Mary " b. Dec. 13, 1877. 

12267. VIII. Bird Allen " b. Nov. 25, 1882. 

0571. Rovilla Underwood, b. Wayne, Ohio, 
Feb. 28, 1848, m. Jan. 1, 1873, George H. Stevens, b. July 
10, 1S46. 

Children: 

12268. I. Bessy L. (Stevens), b. March 11, 1884. 

12269. II- James H. " b. Nov. 17, 1885. 

9572. RuEUS A. Underwood, b. Wayne, O., 
Feb. 18, 1850, m. Ellen M, Reynolds. 

Child: 

12270. I. Nellie (Underwood). 

9579. Maria Morse, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
March 11, 1847, m. Oct. 4, , CharlesH. Bates, b. Say- 
brook, Ohio, Nov. 30, 1848. 

Child, b. Oregon, Ohio: 

12271. I. Jay C. (Bates), b. Dec. 13, 1877. 

9581. Amelia Morse, b. Pierpont, Ohio, Sept. 
22, 1851, d. Sept. 9, 1892, m. Oct. 26, 1871, H. P. Foster, b. 
Monroe, Ohio, Nov. 4, 1849. 



u88 Ninth Generation. 

Child: 

12272. I. Alison (Foster), b. Nov. S, 1879, 

9582. Inez M. Morse, b. Pierpont, Ohio, 
Sept. 9, 1857, m. May 14, 1881, .Thomas Jack, of Pierpont, 
Ohio, b. Worth, Pen 11., Aug. 26, 1849. 

Res. Pierpont, Ohio. 

Child : 

12273. F Walter E. (Jack). 

9583. Lovinia D. Phelps, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, May 19, 1854, m. S. Boyd. 

Children : 

12274. 1- Harry (Boyd), b. July 10, 1872. 

1227s- II. Anna b. June 4, 1874, m, Dec. 27, 

1892, B. C. Stanhope. Res. 38 King St., 
Ashtabula, Ohio. 

9585. Emma E. Morsk, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
March 2, 1848, m. Dec. 28, 1S70, Samuel Hattou. 
Res. Turnersville, Penn. 

Children, b. Turnersville, Peun.: 

12276. I. George W. (Hattou), b. July 14, 1S74. 

12277. II- Laura H. b. Sept. 18, 1877. 

12278. III. Walter " b. July 23, 1879, d. 

9588. Minnie Morse, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
, m. Davis. 



Res. Wooster, Mich. 

Children : 

12279. I- Arthur J. (Davis), b. Fremont, Mich,, July 

4- 1883. 

12280. II. Roy P. (Davis), b. Grand Rapids, Mich., 

Sept. 26, 1885. 

12281. III. Zoe M. (Davis), b, Wooster, Mich., April 

26, 1S94. 

9590. Ata Morse, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 

— , m. Sprague. 

Res. Belleville, Kansas. 



Ninth Generation. 1189 

Children, b. Grand Rapids, Mich.: 

12282. I. Avery G. (Sprague), b. Dec. 26, 1891, d. 

Nov. 1, 1892. 

12283. H- Murrell R. (Sprague), b. June 26, 1893. 

9501. Ansel A. Barber, b. Williamsfield, 

Ohio, Aug. 4, 184S, m. 1S71, Harriet Hart, b. , d. Feb. 

1, 1894. 

Children : 

12284. I. Lewis (Barber), b. Oct. 4, 1874, 

12285. II- George b. Sept. 4, 1S76. 

12286. III. Eddie " b. Sept. 5, [878. 

12287. IV. Alice " b. Sept. 26, 1884. 

9592. Alfred L. Barber, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, vSept. 1, 1850, 111. Corintha Woodworth, b. 1848. 
Res. Williamsfield, Ohio. 

Children : 

12288. I. Carl A. (Barber), b. June 6, 1872.' 

12289. II- Will J. " b. June 4, 1874. 

12290. III. Maria L. " b. March 6, 1876. 

9596. Svlvkxi'S Brown, b. Williamsfield, 
Ohio, Nov. 13, 1859, m. Sept. 15, 1887, Ardean Hines. 

Child : 

12291. I. Clara (Brown), b. March 8, 1889. 

9597. Emma Brown, b, Williamsfield, Ohio, 
Jan. 7, 1862, d. Oct. 12, 1S92, m. July 3, 1883, Fred. Henry. 

Res. Williamsfield, Ohio. 

Children, b. Williamsfield, Ohio : 

12292. I. Fay (Henry), b. March 27, 1884". 

12293. II- Helen " b. June 29, 1S86. 

12294. III. John " b. Feb. 16, 1SS9. 

12295. IV. Myrtle " b. June 4, 1891, 

959S. Minnie Brown, b. Williamsfield, Ohio, 
March 1, 1S67, 111. Dec. 18, 1892, Wallis Fobes. 
Res. Williamsfield, Ohio. 

Children, b. Williamsfield, Ohio.: 

12296. I. Lena (Fobes), b. Oct, 8, 1893. 

12297. II- Floice " b. Dec. 19, 1896. 



iicjo Ninth (feneration. 

9600. Harriet G. Morse, b. Feb. 24, 1864, 
111. May 29, 1883, Stephen Ramsey. 

Children : 

12298. I. Hurmey B. (Ramsey), b. May 17, 1S84. 

12299. II. Maud Ethel " b. July 7, 1886. 

9605. Alyix C. Freeman, b. Suffield, Ct., 7 
July. 1857, m. Ellen S. King. 

Mr. Freeman settled in West Suffield, Ct. 

Children, b. West Suffield, Ct. : 

12300. I. Leon N. (Freeman), b. 4 Sept., 1881. 

12301. II. Claude R. " b. 21 Jan., 1883. 

12302. III. Charles K. " b. 16 Oct., 18S5. 

12303. IV. Newton W. b. 12 June, 18S7. 

12304. V. George A. " b. 5 Oct., 1S89. 

9636. Lrttie M. Weldon, b. Middleport, 
Ohio, Jan. 16, 1852, m. July 8, 1874, Sol. H. Wertheimer, b. 
Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 15, 1848, son of Isaac H. and Teresa 
(Benjamin) Wertheimer. 

Mr. Wertheimer is a merchant in Middleport, Meigs Co., 
Ohio. 

Children, b. Middleport, Ohio: 

12305. I. L,eo W. (Wertheimer), b. Oct. 9, 1877. 

12306. II. Edgar B. b. Jan. 9, 1879. 

12307. III. Teresa L. " b. June 25, 1888. 

9655. Adalixk Amelia Humphrey, b. 8 Dec, 
1822, m. Frederick C. Gridley, 8 July, 1841. Settled in Hud- 
sou, Wis. 

Children, b. Hudson, Wis.: 

12308. I. Charles Humphrey (Gridley). 

12309. II. Harriet Eliza 

9656. Julia Caroline Humphrey, b. 1 1 Feb., 
1824, 111. George W. Seward, 18 Aug., 1852. 

Children: 

12310. I. Charles Humphrey (Seward), b. 21 Sept., 

1853- 

12311. II. Julia b. 23 June, 

1857. 



Xiiith (reiteration . 



ngi 



III, Mary Jennings 
iS 5 7- 



(Seward), b. 23 June, 



9675b. Eliza Holcomp, Hull, b. New Boston, 

Mass., Nov. 4, 1S62, in. Dec. 8, 18S6, George A. Stevens. 
Res. Hartsville, New Marlboro, Mass. 

Child, b. Hartsville, Mass.: 

12313. I. Marian Hull (Stevens), b, Dec. 1, 1888. 

<M>76. Myron D. Phelps, b. Bristolville, Ohio, 
m. Elvira J. Ayres. She was daughter of William W. and 
Lydia (Norton) Ayres. 

Children, b. Bristolville, Ohio: 

I. William M., 1). 10 Dec, 1851, d. 8 Dec, 1881. 

II. Ella A. 

III. Charles X. 

IV. Ada E. 
V. Wilford D., b. iS Aug., 1S61. 

VI. Bertha M. 

VII. Edward D. 

VIII. Edith M. 

IX. Archer L. 

9678. Almon H. Phelps, b. Canaan, Ct., 6 
Nov., 1829, m. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Tonawanda, N. Y., where he d. Sept. 
[8, 1887, and where his widow now resides. 

Children, b. Tonawanda, N. Y. : 



2314 

23*5 

2316 

2317 

2318 
2319 
2320 



12323. 



I. John C. 
II. Libbie. 



12324. 

*>(>;<>. Lorenzo D. Phelps, b. Penfield, N. Y. 
20 Sept., 1833, m. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Macedou, Wayne Co., N. Y. 

Children, b. Macedon, N. Y. : 



12325. 
12326. 
12327. 
12328. 



I. Stephen D. 

II. George M. 

III. Julia Mary. 

IV. Ann J. 



1 1 92 Ninth (jeiicration. 

9681. Adaline E. Phelps, b. Penfield, N. Y., 
27 Oct., 1839, 111. Chauncey Bunce, at Canaan, Ct., 20 Jan., 
1858. He was son of Jonathan and Mariette (Baldwin) 
Bunce, and was b. Wallingford, Ct., 22 March, 1792, where 
he settled, and d. 17 Aug., 1S70. His widow now resides in 
Norfolk, Ct. 

Children, b. Wallingford, Ct.: 

12329. I. Mary A. (Bunce), b. 20 Oct., 1858. 

12330. II. Chauncey T. " b. 23 Oct., i860. 

12331. III. George A. b. 2 Jan., 1863. 

12332. IV. James Y. b. 29 Nov., 1865. 

9682. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Penfield, N. Y., 
8 Sept., 1 84 1, m. Barrett Root, b. Canaan, Ct., where he set- 
tled, and d. 26 June, 1S71. 

Child, b. Canaan, Ct.: 

\2\x^. I. A daughter. 



'&* 



9696. Elam Jewktt Buttolph, b. New 
Haven, Vt., 8 Aug., 1828, m. Mary E. Tracy, 14 vSept., 1853. 

Mr. Buttolph resided in Essex, Yt. 

Children, b. Essex, Yt.: 

12334. I. Henry Tracy (Buttolph), b. 6 May, 1855. 

12335. H- J orm Phelps b. 16 Jan., 1857. 

12336. III. Charles Jewett b. 22 Dec, 1859, 

d. 1885. 

12337. IV. Abbie Huldah b. 1 June, 1864, d. 

1865. 
1233S. Y. Benjamin Gilbert " b. 3 Aug., 1S66. 

9697. Edward Meacham, b. Somers, Ct., 

1830, d. Eeb. 8, 1872, m. Louisa , b. 1832, d. March 27, 

1869. 

Children : 
I2 339- I- William (Meacham).' Res. Westfield, Mass. 

12340. II. Harriet 

969S. Makv Meacham, b. Somers, Ct., 1833, 
d. Sept. 28, 1876, m. Newton Woodward, of Somers, Ct., b. 
1833, d. April 30, 1S65. 



Ninth- Generation. ngj 

Child : 

12341. I. Marcus (Woodward). 

9700. Mary Lydia Seymour, b. Colebrook, 
Ct,, 1825, d. Jan. 22, 1896, m. Case Alford, of Otis, Mass., b. 
1817, d. Nov. 22. 1885. 

Children : 

12342. I. Charles (Alford), b. , m. . 

12343. II. Samuel Unmarried. 

12344. HI. Marv 

9701. Rufus Phelps Seymour, b. Colebrook, 
Ct., April 13, 1S27, m. Jane Alford, dau. of Arba Alford, of 
Rivertou, Ct. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

12345. I- Charlotte (Seymour), m. Harry Stevens, of 

Norfolk, Ct., sou of E. C. and Sarah 
(Demiug) Stevens. 

12346. II. Mary (Seymour). Unmarried. 

9702. Cornelia Seymour, b. Colebrook, Ct., 
April 18, 1834, d. March 26, 1866, m. Ralph I. Crissey, of 
Norfolk, Ct., son of Israel and Eunice (Burr) Crissey. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

12347. I. Isabel (Crissey), b. - — , m. Wiuthrop 

Cone, son of Joseph Cone. 
1234S. II. Cornelia (Crissey). d. 

9704. Dr. J. Sterling Bird, b. Winsted, Ct., 
Sept., 1S36, m. Alice E. Jones, b. 1845, d. Feb. 22, 1S67. 
He m. 2nd. 

Is a physician in Hyde Park, N. Y. , where he settled in 
1865. 

Children : 

12349. I. Alice (Bird), d. 1877. 

12350. II. John Sterling (Bird), b. 1874. 

9707.. Edwin Sylvester Platt, b. Win- 
chester, Ct., Sept. 30, 1839, d. April 12, 1885, m. Feb. 12, 
1836, Elizabeth Brooks, of Colebrook. 



1 1 Q-f. Ninth Generation, 

Children, b. Winchester, Ct.: 

1 235 1. I. John (Piatt). Res. Waterbury, Ct. 

12352. II. Ellen m. Res. Waterbury, Ct. 

9711. Sarah Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 1843, 
d. Feb. 26, 1S77, m. Edward L. Gaylord, of Norfolk, Ct., 
son of Hiram and Lucretia (Dowd) Gaylord. 

Children : 

12353. I. Fanny (Gaylord), d. young. 

12354. IF Edward " m. 

12355. III. Sarah " 111. 

9713. Ellen E. ' Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
1849, d. Jan. 10, 1899, m. Garry Grant, son of Riley Grant, 
of Norfolk, Ct. 

Child : 

12356. I. Burton (Grant), 111. Ruth Pixley, of Great 

Barrington, Mass. One child. 

9716. Albert Hiram Norton, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., July 24, 1840, d. March 27, 1895, m. June 29, 1864, 
Ellen Camp, of Norfolk, Ct., dan. of Sheldon S. and Elizabeth 
(Mallory) Camp. 

Res. Waterloo, Iowa. 

Children : 
I. Charles Welton (Norton), b. April 11, 1863, 

m. Ella Skinner. 
IF Ellen Rebecca " b. July 21, 1868, 

d. Aug. 7, 1868. 

III. Albert William " b. Feb. 16, 1872, 
d. Waterloo, Iowa, Nov. 28, 18S1. 

IV. Jessie Caroline (Norton), b. May 23, 1879, 
d. Waterloo, Iowa, May 1, 18S4. 

V. Harry (Norton), b. Waterloo, Iowa, Feb. 
18, 1887. 

9717. George Phelps Norton, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., July 31, 1S42, 111. Dee. 19, 1867, Emily Yosburg, of Great 
Barrington, daughter of Richard and — (Van Deusen) 
Vosburg. 



+ 


!2357- 




1235^ 




12359- 




12360. 




1 236 1. 



Ninth Generation. H95 

Children, b. New Jersey: 
+ 12362. I. Anson Vosburg (Norton), b. Oct. 5, 1869, 

m. Katie Titus. 

12363. II. Harry S. (Norton), b. Jan. 26, 1872, d. Feb. 

20, 1 87 2. 

12364. III. Ella M. " b. March 28, 1S74, d. 

Sept. 2, 1874. 

OTIS. Mary Jaxkt Norton, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
Dec. 5, 1S44, d. Feb. 28, 18S5, m. Sept. 5, 1S66, Alfred Brasie, 
of Eime Rock, Ct., son of James and — - (Belcher) Brasie. 
Res. Wi nsted, Ct. 

Child: 
+ 12365. I. James William (Brasie), b. Feb. 1, 1S68, 111. 

Minnie G. Cooke. 

9710. William Wilcox Norton, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., Aug. 23, 1S47, m. Oct. 1, 1873, Martha K. Walker, of 
Great Barrington, Mass., daughter of William and Betsey 
(Langdou) Walker. 

Res. Great Barrington, Mass. 

Child: 

12366. I. Betsey Eldridge (Norton), b. March 4, 1879. 

9720. Egbert Anson Norton, b. Norfolk. 
Ct., Nov. 29, 1851, m. Nov. 13, 1876, Nettie A. Beckwith, of 
Winsted, Ct., daughter of E. V. and Jane (Scott) Beckwith. 

Res. Winsted, Ct. 

Children: 

12367. I. Ruby Janet (Norton), b. Dec. 18, 1877, 111. 

June 27, 1899, William B. Granger. 

12368. IE Mabel Irene (Norton), b. Aug. 27, 1880, d. 

Sept. 1, 1 88 1. 

12369. III. William Jason b. Dec, 25, 1882, d. 

Feb. 16, 1883. 

12370. [V. Edna Pearl " b. Sept. 29, 1886. 

9721. Matilda Rebecca Norton, b. Nor- 
folk, Ct., June 19, 1854, m. Oct. 4, 1876, Charles Dudley 

Kilbonrn, of Eitchfield, Ct,, son of Eliada and (Dudley) 

Kilbonrn. 



ii p6 Ninth Generation. 

Res. Bantam, Litchfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Bantam, Ct.: 

12371. I. Harry Norton (Kilbourn), b. March 15, 1880. 

12372. II. Charles Dudley b. Jan. 1, 1884. 

9747. John Phelps Cook, b. Wiusted, Ct., 
Jan. 25, 1849, m. March 3, 1877, Elizabeth Louisa Norton, 
No. 9722, b. Norfolk, Ct., May 21, 1S56, 
Res. Winsted, Ct. 

Children, b. Winsted, Ct.: 

12373. I. Etta Norton (Cook), b. June 28, 1880. 

12374. II. Claribel Norton " b. Nov. 25, 1S83, d. 

June 29, 1884. 

12375. HI- Helen Rebecca (Cook), b. Jan. 28, 1895. 

9754. Jeremiah W. Phelps, b. Torrington, 
Ct., 29 Dec. 1866. He resided in Winchester and Torring- 
ton, Ct. 

He m. 2 Aug., 1887, Elizabeth H. Langdon. 

Child, b. Torrington, Ct.: 

12376. I. MaryL..b. 16 June, 1888, d. 17 Sept., 1888. 

9757. Walter Ouyp;r Woodford, b. New 
York City, 27 Feb., 1836, m. iS Sept. 1861, Rebecca Jackson, 
b. 18 Oct., 1838, d. 7 July, 1863. 

Mr. Woodford settled in New York City. 

Child, b. New York City: 

12377. I. Walter Emerson (Woodford), b. 17 July, 

1S63. 

9S75. Lorenzo A. Phelps, b. Natchez, Miss., 
June 11, :84c, m. in Muscatine, Iowa, Oct, Oct. 16, 1873, 
Lillian Sherman Perkins, of St. Louis, Mo. 

Mr. Phelps is a photographer in Carbondale, 111. 

Children, b. Muscatine, Iowa, except last: 

12377a. I. Lillian Abby, b. Aug. 8, 1S74. 

12377b. II. Frederick L-, b. Feb. 22, 1S76. 

12377c. III. Ada P., b. Oct. iS, 1879. 

12377c!. IV. Frank S. b. Cairo, 111., Dec. 23, 1881. 



Nin th Gene ra tio n. Ir 97 

9878. Joseph Paul Phelps, b. Muscatine, 
Iowa, April i, 1S48, m. in Natchez, Miss., June, 1871, 
JLouisa J. Waller. 

Mr. Phelps is a photographer in Sheffield, Ala. 

Children, b. Muscatine, Iowa: 
12377c I. Florence P., b. April 16, 1873, d. Dec. 17, 

1880. 
123771. II. Effie L,., b. June 2, 1S77. 
i2377g. III. Ruth W,, b. June 2p,, 1S79. 
12377I1. IV. Urna V. b. Sept. 7, 1SX2. 
12377L V. Faura K., b. Sept. 19, 18S4. 

9907. Elizabeth Sweet Phelps, b. Bing- 
hamton, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1862, m. Oct. 29, 1890, William N. 
Slattery. 

Children, b. Biughaintou, N. Y. : 

12378. I, Francis Collier (Slattery), b. Nov. 16, 1893. 

12379. II- Louise Phelps b. Jan. 23, 1895. 

990S, Emma Mather Phelps, b. Bingham- 

ton, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1S64, m. Dec. 19, 1893, Hiram M. Rogers. 

Children, b. Binghamton, N. Y. : 

12380. I. John Mather (Rogers), b. Dec. 12, 1894. 
1 2581. II. Norman Alexander " b. July 6. 1896. 
12382. ill. Philip Avery b. July 26, 1897. 

9999. Frances Collier Phelps, b. Oct. 9, 
1S66, m. Dec. 22, 1890, John Clawson. 

Child, b. Binghamton, N. Y. : 

123X3- I- Hamilton Phelps (Clawson), b. Dec. 27, 

1S92. 

9910. Mary Comstock Pratt, b. Scranton, 
Pa., Dec. 8, 1849, m. May 21, 1X73, Samuel H, Stevens. 

Children : 

12384. I. Charles Butler (Stevens), b. March, 21, 1875. 

12385. II. Helen Fouise b. Jan. 8, 1878. 

12386. III. Walter Phelps b. March 13, 1S82. 

9911. L,ouisa Brooks Pratt, b. Scranton, 
Pa., Nov. 23, 185 1, m. Oct. 30, 1877, William B. Henwood. 



ii pS Ninth Generation. 

Children : 

12387. I. Richard Pratt (Henwood), b. July 30, 1878, 

d. July 8, 1899. 

12388. II. Catharine Louise (Henwood), b. Nov. 17, 

1 NSo. 

9913. Leonora Pratt, 1>. Scranton, Pa., 

March 13, 1861, m. April 17, 18S3, James L. Connell. 

Children : 

123S9. I. Lawrence Merritt (Connell), b. April 27, 

1885. 

12390. II. Carletou Alexander b. April 23, 

1888. 

12391. III. Mary Lucille " b. Sept. 18, 

1893. 

9914. Claudius Beverly Pratt, b. Scran- 
ton, Pa., Jan. 30, 1864, ra. June 24, 1891. Helen Gertrude 
Wagner, who died Sept. 15, 1898. 

Children : 

12392. I. Helen Marjorie (Pratt), b. Aug. 4, 1893, d. 

Nov. 26, 1897. 

12393. II. Geraldine M. b. Dec. 29, 1S94. 

12394. III. Harold Spencer b. Nov. 28, 1896. 

9920. William George Phelps, b. Wilkes- 
barre, Pa., 7 Aug., 1857. Settled in Binghamton, N. Y. He 
ui. Caroline Ives Shoemaker, 17 Nov., 1880. She was b. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., April 25, 1857, daughter of S. D. and Esther 
(Wadhams) Shoemaker. 

Children, b. Binghamton, N. Y.: 

1J395. I. John Case, b. 29 June, 1883. 

12396. II. Denison Shoemaker, b. 10 March, 1SS5. 

12397. III. William George, b. June 5, 1890. 

12398. IV. Esther Shoemaker, b. Aug. 23, 1892. 

9921. Francis Alexander Phelps, b. Wilkes- 
barre, Pa., 4 May, 1S59, m. 24 Oct,, 1889, Margaret Darling 
Drown. She was b. Weldon, Pa., 25 April, 1S67, daughter of 
William A. and Elizabeth (Darling) Drown. 



Ninth Generation. 1*99 

Children, b. Binghamton, N. Y. : 

12399. L William Drown, b, 20 Sept., 1S90. 

12400. II. Alice Darling, b. March 7, 1893. 

12401. III. Frances Slocum, b. Aug. 12, 1896. 

9922. Grace Lee Phelps, b. Wilkesbarre, 
Pa., 31 March, 1.863, m - Henry Barstow Piatt, a son of Sena- 
tor Piatt, of New York. They settled in New York City. 

Children, b. New York City: 

12402. I. Charles Sherman (Piatt), b. 6 June, 1890. 

12403. II. Charlotte . b, Dec. 6, 1896. 

12404. III. Thomas Collier " b. May 3, 189s. 

*M)'2'.i. Ziba Bennett Phelps, b. Wilkesbarre, 
Pa., Dec. 7, 1870, m. Kli/.abeth D. Drown. 

Child : 

12405. I. Elizabeth Drown, b. Oct. 26, 1S97. 

9937. Capt. John Jay Phelps, b. New York 
city, 27 Sept., 1S61, m. Rose Hutchinson. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Yale, 1S83, and resides at Lake 
George and Hackensack, N. J. 

Child, 1). Hackensack, N. J.: 

12406. I. Dorothy, b. Sept., 1890. 

9938. Sheffield Phelps, b. New York city, 
24 July, 1864, graduate at Yale, 1886. Is a journalist and 
publishes a paper in Jersey City. 

He m. 9 Jan., 1892, Claudia Lea, daughter of Preston Lea, 
of Wilmington, Del. 

Children : 

12407. I. William Walter, b. April 1$, 1893. 

12408. II. Claudia Lea, b. June 29, 1894. 

12409. III. Eleanor Sheffield, b. Oct. 3, 1895. 

0075. Charles Henry Stocking, b. Nor- 
walk, Ct., 13 April, 1837, m. Elizabeth Frances King, 21 
Aug., i860. 

Mr. Stocking settled in Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Children: 



j2oo Ninth Generation. 

12410. I. Charlotte Elizabeth (Stocking), b. Rhine- 

beck, N. Y. , 1 Dec, 1 86 1. 

1 241 1. II. Kate Anderson (Stocking), b. Rhinebeck, 

N. Y., 29 Aug., 1S63. 

1 24 1 2. III. James Frank (Stocking), b. Georgetown, 

N. Y., 13 Oct., 1864. 

9976. William Alonzo Stocking, b. Nor- 
walk, Ct., 2 March, 1840, m. Lorinda Delaney, 6 Nov., 1862. 
Mr. Stocking settled in Sing Sing, N. Y. 

Child, b. Sing Sing, N. Y.: 

1 24 1 3. I, Kate (Stocking), b, 2 Aug., 1864. 

10012. Harrietts Humphrey Phelps, b. 
Sims bury, Ct., 14 Aug., 1856, m. 12 Feb., 1874, Aaron Lewis 
Kno, sou of Salmon Chester and Sarah (Goodwin) Eno. Re- 
sides in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

1 24 1 4. I. Jane Humphrey (Eno), b. 12 June, 1875. 

12415. II. Sarah Goodwin b, 15 Jan., 1S77, 

12416. III. Harry Phelps b. 30 June, 1879. 

10018. Jeefery Orson Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 30 Aug., 185S, m. 27 March, 1883, Bertha Jane Adams, 
daughter of Hiram W. and Jane (Griswold) Adams, and b. 
Bloomfield, Ct., July 31, 1S61. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hartford, Ct. He graduated at Wil- 
liston Seminary, 1884, A member of the Connecticut Legis- 
lature, 1883, and treasurer of Iowa Mortgage Co. 

Child, b. Hartford, Ct.: 

12417. I. Jeffery Orson, b, 25 May, 1886. 

10014. Charlotte Wilcox Phelps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 27 Dec, 1S60, m. 15 Oct. 1884, James Knapp 
Crofut, b. South Norwalk, Ct., Nov. 17, [859, son of Andrew 
J. and Jenuette (Seymour) Crofut. 

Res. Simsbury, Ct., on homestead of Mrs. Crofut's father. 

Child, b. South Norwalk, Ct.: 

12418. I. Charlotte (Crofut), b. 1. Nov., 18S5. 



Ninth Generation. 1201 

10015. Mary Jaxe Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct,, 
13 Nov., 1S65, m. 5 March, 1894, Joseph Ralph Ensign, son 
of Ralph H. and Susan Cloy) Ensign. Settled in Simsbury, 
Ct. No issue. 

10018. Harriet Pauline Ely, b. New York 
City, Sept. 28, 1845, d. Westport, Ct., May 2, 1868, m, 
Jonathan E. Wheeler. 
Res. Westport, Ct. 

Child, 1). Westport, Ct.: 

12419. I. Harry Phelps (Wheeler), b. 1868, d. Aug. 9, 

1868, aged about 3 months. 

100'20. Mary Rosktta Ely. b. Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Jan. 27, 1S49, m. George Millard of Delhi, N. Y. 

Child : 

12420. I. Ethel (Millard). 

10021. Augusta A.yers Ely, b. Brooklyn, N. 

Y., April 12, 1 85 1, m. May, 1895, Russell Frost. 

Child : 

12421. I. Russell (Frost). 

10022. Dudline Pettibone Ely, b. Brook- 
lyn, X. Y., Oct, 31, 1855, in. Charles T. Raymond, b, - — , d. 
Jan. [897. 

Children : 

12422. I, Dudley (Raymond). 

12423. II. Ely 

10052. James Bestor Merritt, b. Spring. 
Hill, Ala., Jan. 1, 1840, m. Catharine Connolly , of 111. , 26 
March, 1863. She was b. 13 Sept., 1845. Res. Alameda, 

Cal. 

Child : 

12424. I. Ann Eldegut (Merritt), b. 1 Feb., 1865. 

10006. Asa Edwards Phelps, b. probably 
Charlton, N. Y., about 1825, m. 

Settled in Bloxbury, Humbolt Co., Col. 
Child, b. Bloxbury, Col.: 
(11-24) 



i2o2 Ninth Generation. 

12425. I. Oscar Samuel, b. 8 June, 1S43. Is a physi- 
cian. 

» 
1 0007. Lvdia Ann Foster, b. Union, N. Y., 

11 July, 1831 , in. Francis Hammond, 11 July, 1849. He was 
son of Dr. Samuel and Polly (Powell) Hammond, of Union, 
where he settled. 

Child, b. Union, N. Y. : 

12426. I. Charles Foster (Hammond), b. 19 Aug., 1854. 

100()S. Edward Gay Foster, b. Milwaukee, 
Wis., 15 Jan., i< s 37< m. Ida Letes, 15 March, 1S58. 
Mr. Foster settled in Appleton, Wis. 

Children, b. Appleton, Wis.: 

12427. I. Francis Hammond (Foster), b. 25 Dec, 1858. 

12428. II. Harriett Dill " b. May, 186 1. 

100W). Oliver W. Phelps, b. Pavilion, N. 
Y., 26 Feb., 1 841, m. Katie F. Knight, 15 Nov., 1865. 
Mr, Phelps settled in Pavilion, N. Y. 

Child, b. Pavilion, N. Y. 

12429. I. Anna, b, 10 April, 1869. 

MHMH. Edgar G. Phelps, b. Pavilion, N. 
Y., 18 Aug., 1845, 111. Oriuda Mayhew. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Pavilion, N. V. 

Child, b. Pavilion, N. Y.: 

12430. I. Henry, b. 15 June, 1886. 

lOOUi. Myron A. Phelps, b. Pavilion, N. 
Y., 17 May, 1847, m. Martha Sperry, 14 Feb., 1874. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Pavilion, N. Y. 

Children, b. Pavilion, N. Y. : 

12431. I. Herbert, b. 28 Sept., 1876. 

12432. II. Charles C, b. 7 Sept., 1878. 

12433. III. Leon, b. 22 Oct.. 1884. 

10093. - Mary Phelps, b. Pavilion, N. V., 19 
May, 1851, m. Harry Sperry, 1 Jan., 1873. 
Settled in Pavilion, N. Y. 

Children, 1). Pavilion, N. V.: 



Ninth Generation. I2 °3 

12434. I. Earl P. (Sperry), b. 10 July, 1875. 

12435. II. William H. " b. 28 Sept:, 1877. 

12436. III. Anna E. " b. 14 Oct., 1X7N. 

10103. Emma J. Phelps, b. Aldeu, N. Y., 16 
Feb., 1857, m. Frederick P. Hawks. 8 Aug., 1880. 
Settled in Pavilion, X. Y. 

Children: 

12437. I. Clarence (Hawks), b. 28 Jan., 1885, d. 17 

April, 1885. 

12438. II. Harold " b. 11 Feb,, 1887. 

10107. Marila A. Phrlps, b. Machias, N. 
Y., 18 Dec, 1S45, m. Wilbur Olds, at Eagle, X. Y., 14 Dec, 
1865. He was son of Samuel and Jerusha Olds, and was b. 
Gainesville, March 20, 1845. 

He resided in Gainesville, Perry and Rock Glen, N. Y. 

Children: 

12439. I. Emma M. (Olds), b. Perry, X. Y., 23 June, 

1866, m. Has two children. 

12440. II. Albert A. (Olds), b. Gainesville, X. Y., 29 

Aug., 1S71, m. Has seven children. 

1 244 1. III. William S. (Olds), b. Gainesville, X. Y., 6 

July, 1S74, d. 2 Sept., 1S74. 

12442. IV. Charles (Olds), b. Perry, X. Y., 10 March, 

1878. 

10108 Myron A. Phelps, b. Pike, X. Y., 30 
March, 1848, 111. Dulciua E. Stetson, 18 April., 1874, at Buf- 
falo, X. Y. She was daughter of Benjamin F. and Amelia E. 
Stetson, and was b. Elmira, N. Y., 17 Aug., 1855. Diving 
in 1S96. 

Mr. Phelps learned the stone cutters' trade, and for main- 
years w r as supt. of a stone quarry near Elton, X. Y. 

Being in poor health he spent some time with his father, 
and from there removed to Buffalo, where he married. 

He was connected with the Victoria Sewing Machine Co., 
for seven years, also in the printing and engraving business. 
Later he took charge of the Kibbe Real Estate Agency, at 
Bolivia, X. Y. 



i2oj. Ninth Generation. 

Mr. Phelps built the church at Keimiore, a suburb of Buf- 
falo, costing $15,000 dollars. This society was organized in 
his house, and has been very prosperous. 

Children : 

12443. I. Bertha A., b. Rochester, X, Y , 24 May, 

1875, d. 5 vSept., 1S85. 

12444. II. Carrie L,., b. Elmira, N. Y., 10-Feb., 1877. 

12445. Ill, Branches, b. Alexander, N. Y., 15 Nov., 

1S80. 

12446. IV. Greenwood L,., b. Alexander, N. Y., 20 

April, 1883. 

10100. Flora K. Phelps, b. Pike, X. Y., 19 
Oct., 1850, in. Marcus X. Granger, 5 April, 1S71, at Gaines- 
ville, N. Y, 

Mr. Granger went west several years ago and nothing has 
been heard of him since. They had no children. 

Mrs, Granger resides in Rock Glen, X. Y. 

10111. William H. Phelps, b. Eagle, Wy- 
oming Co., X. Y., 28 April, 1862, m. Anna McFarland, at 
Halsted, Kan., 20 Oct., 1S88. She was daughter of Thomas 
and Jane (Gibony) McFarland, and was b. Iowa, 16 Dec, 
1S66. 

Mr. Phelps resides in Halsted, Kan., and is in the railroad 
service. 

Children, b. Halsted, Kan.: 

12447. I. Laura, b. 1 Sept., 1889. 

12448. II. James, b. 3 July, 1891. 

10112. Lydia L. Phelps, b. Fagle, X. Y., 6 
April, 1864, m. Capsius M. Munger, at Attica, X. Y., 14 July, 
1881. He was son of Merrick 'and Emeline R. (Wise) Mun- 
ger, and was b. Attica, X. Y., 22 April, 1847. He resided in 
Alexander and Attica, X. Y. He is an engineer. 

Child, b. Alexander, X. Y.: 

12449. Helen Wise (Munger), b. 9 April, 1882. 

10113. Gkorgk H, Phelps, b. Castle, X. Y., 
17 April, 1S67, m. Adell Roberts, at Attica, X. Y., 9 Sept., 
1888/ 



Ninth Generatioti. I2 °5 

Mr. Phelps settled in Bolivia, N. Y. He is a grocer. 

Child, b. Bolivia, N. Y.: 
12450. I. Beulah, b. 6 Oct., 1889. 

101 1 +. Delbert A. Phelps, b. Alexander, 
N. Y., 22 March, 1870, 111. Lilian P. Leonard, at Genesee, N. 
Y., 26 Sept., 1893. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Bolivia, N. Y. , and later in Alexan- 
der, and now in Buffalo, X. Y., in 1896, 

Child, b. Bolivia, N. Y.: 
1 245 1. I. Bertha Arlene, b. 5 June, 1895. 

10U7. Ruth Ann Knapp, b. Sterling, N. Y., 

March 10, 1840, m. at Sumptef, now Kingston, Wis., Feb. 
22, 1862, Orin M. Jamieson, who was killed in the War of the 
Rebellion. He was b. Aug. 7, 1S41. She m. 2nd, in 1867, 
Frederick Baldwin, and they live in Stillwater, Mich. 

Child by 1st husband: 

12452. I, Lizzie C. (Jamieson), b. March 2, 1863, d. 

1864. 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Stillwater, .Mich.: 

12453. II. Harriet (Baldwin). 

12454. III. Lucy 

12455. IV. Viola 

12456. Y. Blanche 

10148. George Simeon Kxapp, b. Sterling, 
N. Y., m. July 26, 1865, Letitia Landon. 

Children : 

12457'. I. George S. (Knapp), Res. Sheridan Road, 

Evauston, 111. 

12458. II. A son (Knapp). Res. Sheridan Road, Evans- 

ton, 111. 

101-40. Robert Bruce Crandall, b. Mont- 
gomery, Miss., May 1, 1839, m. Oct. 26, 1865, Alice Knight, 
b. Aug. 26, 1837. 

Res. Olympia, Washington. 

Children : 



1206 Ninth Generation. 

12459. I. Morris Coddington (Crandall) b. Jan. 7, 1867, 

12460. II. David Ellen- " b. Feb. 6, 1S68, 

m. Aug. 23, 1890, Bertha Eeona Mills, and 
had 2 children. 

10153. Maria Elizabeth Crandall, b. Ox- 
ford, N. Y., June 13, 1834, d. Chicago, 111., m. at Dubuque, 
Iowa, Oct. 26, 1850, Eeroy Delos Randall, b. 1818. 

Children : 

1 2461. I. Fannie M. (Randall), m. J. Urick Sinmiis. 

12462. II. Juliet Res. Ee Mars, Iowa. 

10156. Mary B. Angel, b. Black Rock, N. 
Y., March 5, 1841, d. Red Bluff, Cal., 1875, m. at Galena, 
111., vSept. 9, 1861, Rev. John B. Peat. 

Children : 

12463. I. William B. (Peat). 

12464. IE F^ber " died. 

1 1 C> 1 . Catharine Adelia Van Yalken- 
BURGH, b. vSempronius, X. Y., Dec. 12, 1830. d. Baraboo, 
Wis., Jan. 1, 1891, m, July 31, 1833, Henry Wilkinson 
Southard. 

Children : 

12465. I. Ruth Maria (Southard), b. Baraboo, Wis,. 

May 9, 1854. 

12466. IE John Bartholomew (Southard), b. Baraboo, 

Wis., April 12, 1856, m. at Kilburn, Wis., 
Hattie B. Shackley, and had two children. 

12467. III. Emma Jane (Southard), b. Eafayette, Wis., 

May 18, 1858, m. Dec. 31, 18S1, Harlan 
Clarence Eangdon, and had four children. 

12468. IV. Mae Elizabeth (Southard), b. Eafayette, 

Wis., Oct. 10, 1859, 111. July 12, 1892, B. 
McKee Vaughau, and had two children. 

12469. V. Robert Bagley (Southard), b. Baraboo, Wis., 

Jan. 24, 1862, killed by accident at Beloit, 
Wis., June 17, 1884. 

12470. VI. Henry Van Valkenburgh (Southard), b. 

Reedsburgh, Wis., March 27, 1863. 



Nintli Generation. 120J 

10163. Huldah Jane VanVai.kenburgh, b. 
Sempronius, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1834, d. Marion, Minn., Nov. 
24, 1888, m. Wisconsin, Sept. 25, 1851, Abraham John Goode, 
b. Newburgh, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1825, d. Marion, Minn., Aug. 
16, 1893. 

Children: 
1247 r. I. William Bartholomew (Goode), b. Granville, 

Wis., Aug. 24, 1854, d. Nov., 1856. 

12472. II. L,ucy Elizabeth (Goode), b. Baraboo, Wis., 

July 14, 1857, m. at Marion, Minn., Nov. 
13, 1874, George Henry Smith. They had 
five children. 

12473. III. Cora Electa (Goode), b. Lafayette, Wis., Oct. 

31, [858. 

12474. IV. Francis Edward (Goode), b. High Forest, 

Minn., March 29, i860, d. Marion, Minn., 
Oct. 12, 1893. 

12475. V. John Paul (Goode), b. High Forest, Minn., 

Nov. 21, 1S62. 

12476. VI. Martha Ruth (Goode), b. Pleasant Grove, 

Minn., Oct. 22, 1S64, m. at Minneapolis, 
Minn., Aug. 9, 1896. Alfred Ernest Frost. 

12477. VII. Mark Simeon (Goode), b. Pleasant Grove, 

Minn., Dec. 14, 1867, m. at Chicago, 111., 
Mildred Ethel Pearson. 

12478. VIII. Jane Elizabeth (Goode), b. Marion, Minn., 

Aug. 29, 1870. 

10181- Elihtj Alonzo Crandale, b. Baraboo, 
Wis.. May 15, 1S47, m. Nov. 8, 1868, Emma Capever. 

Children, b. Baraboo, Wis.: 

12479. I. Walter M, (Crandall), b. May 8, 1871. 
124S0. II. Mabel Gertrude " b. Nov. 14, 1S75. 
12481. III. Geo. Root East " b. Nov. 27, 1880. Res. 

Hope, Idaho. 

10200. Orson James Phelps, b. Fabius, N. 
Y., 23 Feb., 1820, m. Jane Weed, 25 Dec, 1843. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Toronto, Out., and later in Grantham, 
and was a member of the Canadian Parliament for several 
vears. 



I208 



Xintli Generation. 



Children, b. Toronto, Onl.: 

12482. I. Elizabeth. 

12483. II. Marietta. 
124N}. III. Harriet Emeline. 
12485. IV. Jane Louisa. 
124S6. A'. Mary Ann. 

12487. VI. Celia. 

12488. VII. Alice. 

12489. VIII. Jessie. . 

12490. IX. Noah. 
1 2491. X. Milo. 

12492. XI. Oliver. 

12493. XII. Elijah. 

10202. Charlotte Phelps, b. Fabius, N. Y., 

12 July, 1823, removed with her father to Meriton, Canada, 
111. John Hard, 17 July, 1849. Settled in Fabius, N. Y. 

Children, b. Fabius, N. Y. : 

12494. I. Joseph (Hard), b. 2 Jan., 1850. 

12495. -II. Eliza 

12496. III. Frederick (Hard). 

12497. IV- Frederick H. " 

12498. V. Catharine 

12499. VI. John 

10204. Noah Phelps, b. Fabius, N, Y., iS 
July, 1828, m. Adelia Loveland, 9 Sept., 1846, 

Mr. Phelps settled. in Meriton, Out. He is a farmer. 

Children : 

I. Calvin. 

II. Orson, m. — Hammell, Pellwood Park, 
Toronto, Canada. 

III, Florence: 

IV. Samuel. 
V. Charlotte, m. Wellman, Jamestown, 

N. Y. 
VI. Elijah! 
VII. Howard. 

VIII. Roxanna, m. — — Bealy, Streetville, Out., 
Can. 



12500 
12501 

12502 

1 2503 
12504 

12505 
12506 
12507 



Ninth Generation. 1209 

12508. IX. Adaline, b. Meriton, Can., about 1S62, m. 

Donald Stuart. 

12509. X. Maitlaud, b. Meriton, Can., 7 June, 1870, 

in. Frances Alice Beard, at Meriton, Can., 
13 March, 1895. She was b. Rochester. 
Eng., daughter of James T. and Sarah 
(Selty) Beard. 

10205. Philander Phelps, b. Fabius, N. Y. , 
Jan. 17, 1S32, removed with his father to Meriton, Can., m. 
Jane Bradley, 21 April, 1856. 

Children : 

1 25 10. I. Marietta. 

125 1 1. II. Harriet. 

1 25 1 2. III. Frank. 

Two others, 

10206. JudSon Phelps, b. Meriton, Canada, 
12 Jan.,' 1835, 111. Eliza Ann Street. 

Children, 1>. Meriton, Canada : 

12513. I. Lillian, 1). <> May, 1S58. 

12514. II. Caroline Matilda, b. 21 Jan., 1863. 

1020?. Eliza Phelps, b. Meriton, Can., 24 
July, 1838, 111. John Farr, 12 Sept., 1S55. 

Child, b. Meriton, Can.: 

125 15. I. Marietta (Farr). 

1020S. Elijah Phelps, b. Meriton, Can., 3 
Nov., 1S41, m. Clara Augusta Saunders, 2 Feb., 1665, Had 
one child, a son. 

10210. Eliza Ann Van Aiken, b. Coldwater, 
Mich., 24 July, 1817, m. Elias Gage, 27 Dec, 1836. Settled 
in Coldwater, Mich. 

Children: 

1 25 16. . I. Harriet (Gage). 



12517 
12518 

12519 

12520 



: J 



2 1 



I2.S2 2 



II. Marcus A. 
III. Orson 
IV '. Emma 
V. Malvina 
VI. Florence L. 
VII. Flovd 



I2IO 



i \ T in ih Gen c ra tion . 



12523. 

12524. 

12525- 
12526. 



10212. James Mason Van Aiken, b. Cold- 
water, Mich., 3 Oct., 1 82 1, m. -Maria Clement, 27 Dec, 1846, 
d. Coldwater, Mich., 22 July, i860. 

Mr. YanAiken settled in Coldwater, Mich. 

Children, b. Coldwater, Mich.: 
I. Ira C. (Van Aiken). 
II. James M. 

III. Orson 

IV. George L. 

10214. William \V. Van Aiken, b. Cold- 
water, Mich., 20 March, 1825, m. Lucy Stoddard, Sept., 1S47.. 
Settled in Coldwater, Mich. 

Children : 
12327. I. Martha L- (Van Aiken). 

12528. II. Marietta 

10215. George W. Van Aiken, b. Coldwater, 

Mich., 18 Sept., 1828, m. Lucy Clement, 4 July, 1854. 
Mr. Van Aiken settled in Coldwater, Mich. 
Child, b. Coldwater, Mich.: 

12529. I. Margaret C. (Van Aiken). 

10218. Anthony Van Aiken, b. Coldwater, 
Mich., 8 April, 1834, m. Ursula Ramsey, 9 March, 1S57. 
Mr. Van Aiken in 1875 was in Indiana. A R. R, Station 

Agent. 

Child : 

12530. I. Willis C. (Van Aiken). 

10227. Almira St. John, b. Duiinville, C. 
W., 27 Aug., 1831, m. Lucius Dennis Winchester, 8 May, 
185 1. He was son of Lewis and - — -(Whiting) Winchester. 
Settled in St. Catharine. 

Children, b. St. Catharine, Can.: 
[2531. I. Cynthia Louise (Winchester,) b. 19 Oct., 

1852. 

12532. II. Clara Maria (Winchester), b. 20 Feb., 1S56. 

12533. III. Lucinda Willis b. 15 Nov., i860. 

12534. IV. Almira Munn b. 15 April, 1865. 

12535. V. Helen Mar " b. 8 Oct., 1870. 

12536. VI, Ralph Elliot b. 28 Oct., 1872. 



Ninth Generation. 1211 

10228. Charlotte St. John, b. Duunville, 
C. W,, 12 Sept., 1S34, 111. Jerome B. Oeley, 3 March, 1857. 
She was daughter of George and Elizabeth (Dicker) Oeley. 
Mr. Oeley settled in St. Catharine, C. W. 

Children, b. St. Catharine, C. W. 

12537. I- Harriet (Oeley), b. 20 May, 1863. 

12538. II. Elizabeth " b. 1 March, 1868. 

10233. Oliver Phelps St. John, b. St. Cath- 
arine, C. \\\, 28 April, 1846, m. Catharine Morse, 3 March, 

18(17. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Stanford, Out., removing from 
there to St. Catharine, C. W. 

Children : 

12539. I. Oliver St. John, b. Stanford, Ont., Sept., 1868 

12540. II. Morton Spencer, St. John, b. St. Catharine, 

Ont., 1 Nov., 1S70. 

1924-1. Frank Orson Phelps, b. St. Cath- 
arine, C. W., 1 Dec, 1S60, removed with his father to Port- 
land, Oregon, in 1S69, m. Emma Wilson Dingham, by Rev. 
George Atkinson, 23 May, 1882. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Portland, Oregon, removing 
from there to San Francisco, Cal. 

Child, b. Portland, Oregon: 

1 254 1. I. Frank Wilson, b. 25 Nov., 1884. 

10269. Clara Hannah Phelps, b. Brantford, 
Can., 30 Aug. 1852, m. John Benjamin Jain, at Buffalo Forks, 
Iowa, 1 June, 1879, He was sou of Benjamin and Anna 
(Mennett) Jain, and was b, Switzerland, 8 Aug., 1S45. 
Mr. Jain resides in Hamlet, Iud. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Buffalo Forks, Iowa: 

12542. I. Arthur Claude (Jain), b. 7 Dec, 1880. 



12543 

12544 

12545 
12546 

12547 



II. Bertha Eunice b. 23 April, 1882. 

III. Anna Clara " b. 13 April, 1886. 

IV. Ellis Ralph (Jain), b. 17 April, 1890. \ ™  
V. Elsie Ruth " b. 17 April, 1890, f iwms - 

VI, Mary Amelia " b. 15 Sept., 1892. 



b. 


1882. 




b. 


1885, 


d 


b. 


1888, 


d. 


b. 


1890. 




b. 


1S94. 





j 212 Ninth Generation. 

10271. Fanny Zelmira Phelps, b. Scotland, 
Can., 23 Oct.. 1855, m. Mansel Smith Cunningham, at Buffalo 
Forks, Iowa, 4 Dec, 1875. He is a farmer at Buffalo Forks, 
Iowa. 

Children, b. Buffalo Forks, Iowa: 
1254S. I. Clarence C. (Cunningham), b. 1879. 

12549. IF Carrie Gertrude " 

12550. III. Ralph Jay 

Feb., 1887. 

1 255 1. IV. Pearl Fcho " b. 1888, d. 14 

April, 1892. 

12552. V. Ray William 
I2 553- VI. John Benjamin 

10273 Ernest Albert Phelps, b. Scotland, 
Can., 24 Aug., 1S62, m. Mary I. Bourne, at Algona, Iowa, 7 
Oct., 18S4. She was daughter of William T. and Julia A. 
Bourne, and was b. Sullivan, 111., 2 July, 1S64, now living. 
Mr. Phelps resides in Fayette, Iowa. 

Children, b. Burt, Iowa: 

12554. F Ross William, b. 14 Jan., 1888. 

12555. II. Glen Albert, b. 19 Dec, 1891. 

10*27+. Cora Jane Phklps, b. Buffalo Forks, 
Iowa, 30 Dec, 1S66, m. William Stebbius, 2 Nov., 1895, at 
Algona, Iowa. He was son of Samuel A. and Esther Augusta 
(Chambers) Stebbins, and was b. Whitewater, Wis,, 13 June, 
1865. He is a carpenter, and resides in Algona, Iowa. Xo 
issue, 

1027'). Carrie Anna Phelps, b. Gerard, Pa., 
21 Dec, 1863, m. Frederick F. Saxton, at Addison, N. Y. , 9 
June, 1887. 

Resides in Addison, N, Y. 

Children, b. Addison, X. Y. : 

12556. I. New Phelps (Saxton). b. 2 Nov., 18S8. 

12557. II. Frank Calvin " b. 25 July, 1894, 

W\'Z\. Adam Phelps, b. Bradford, Out., 11 
June, 1858. He settled in Longford, Ontario. 

He m. Eleanor Boggs. She d. and he m. 2nd Elizabeth A. 
Phelps. 



Ninth Generation. i2 T 3 

Child, b. Longford, C. W., by ist wife: 
12558, I. Hiliard. 

Children by 2nd wife: 

[2559. II.' Orange L. 

1 2560. III. John E. 

10343. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Pelham, C. W., 

9 Oct., 1S50, m. at Chippewa, Can., 20 Sept., 1871, Richard 
Edward Hawkins, son of James and Martha (Dyson) 
Hawkins, and b. Roach, Coomwell, Eng., 5 Nov., 1840. 
Res. St. Catharine, C. W. 

Children, b. Chippewa, Can.: 

1 2561. I. James Phelps (Hawkins), b. 13 Sept., 1872. 

12562. II. Richard Edward " b. 10 May, 1875. 

12563. III. Mary Gertrude b. 13 Oct., 1877. 

12564. IV. Erancis Charles b. 4 Aug., 1880, 

d. 27 Feb., 1884. 

1 04*j:i . Delbert Phelps, b. Breakman, Ohio, 
9 March, 1861, m. Esther L. Warren, at Eeroy, Ohio. She 
was daughter of Dunman and Jane (Wilson) Warren, and 
was b. Eeroy. Ohio. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Breakman, Ohio. 

Children: 

12565. I. Nora G., b. 25 Dec, 1S85. 

12566. II. Jay A., b. 10 June, 1887-. 

12567. III. BerrieJ., b. 19 August, 1890. 

104*24. Vernon Phelps, b. Breakman, Ohio, 
7 May, 1S65, m. Helen Phillips, at Eeroy, Ohio, 25 Dec, 
1891. She was daughter of Thomas Phillips, and was b. 
Eeroy, Ohio, 10 Dec, 1869. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Painesville, Ohio. 

Child, b. Painesville, Ohio: 

12568. I. Imogene, b. 7 Nov., 1893. 

10442. John Bridges Phelps, b. Charleston, 
S. C, 4 April, 1S43, m. Harriet Sutherland Jay, at Columbia, 
S. C, 23 Dec, 1872. She was daughter of John Richard and 
Sarah Ann (Jones) Jay, and was b. Camden, S. C, 6 Dec, 
1849. 



12 r i 



Xintli Generation . 



12569 



12 



0/ 



o 



12571 
12572 



12 



b/5 



I2 574- 



12 



o / 3 • 



I2.S76. 



O/ 1 



1 2 



0/ / 



Mr. Phelps settled in Camden, S. C. 

Children, b, Camden, S. C: 
I. John Francis, b. 23 Feb., 1S76. 
II. Charles Frazer, b. 18 Sept., -1878. 

III. Samuel Jay, b. 15 March, 1881. 

IV. Annie Louisa, b. 18 March, [884. 
V. John Bridges, b. 10 July, 1885. 

VI. Henrietta Elizabeth, b. 25 June, 1890. 

104-4-3 Mary Elizabeth Phelps, b. Charles- 
ton, S. C, 12 Jan., 1846,. m. Edward W. Jordan, in Camden, 
S. C, 19 Oct., 1869. He was b. Charleston, S. C, 5 Oct., 
■1838.. where he resides. 

Children, b. Charleston, S. C: 

I. Helen Irene (Jordan), b. Oct., 1870. 
II. Effie Lizzie b. 18 April, 1873. 

III. Henrietta Phelps " b. 21 April, 1873. 

IV. Ida May 
V. Edward 
VI. Harriet Tyson " 
VII. Francis Phelps 
2 July, 1887. 
VIII. Luke Eraser (Jordan), b. 15 June, r888, d. 
17 June, 1888. 

1014-4. Francis Butler Phelps, b. Charles- 
ton, S. C, 4 Sept., 1848, m. Frances Maria Jay, at Columbia, 
S. C. She was daughter of John Richard and Sarah Ann 
(Jones) Jay, and was b. Camden, S. C, 2; May, 1806, d. in 
Columbia, S. C, 25 Dec, 1880. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Camden, S. C. 

He is a farmer. 

Child, b. Columbia, S. C: 

12583. I. Francis Butler, b. 6 Dec, 1880, d. March, 

1S81. 

104-40. Elijah Like Frazer Phelps, b. 
Aiken, S. C, 23 Dec, 1853, m. Frances Adeline Malone, at 
Camden, S. C. , 17 Dec. 1884. "She was daughter of William 
R. and Jane (Arout) Malone, and was b. Camden, S. C, 3 

April, i860. 



12578. 

12579- 
12580. 
12581. 

12582. 



b. 4 April, 1878. 
b. 30 Jan., 1880. 
b. 13 Sept., 1882. 
b. 31 Aug.. 1886, d. 



Ninth Generation. 12 15 

Mr. Phelps settled in Camden, S. C. He is a railroad con- 
ductor. 

Children, b. Camden, S. C.:. 

12584. I. Jennie Ada, b. Jan., 1SS8, 

125S5. II. Mary Ellen, b, 4 Feb.. 1893. 

104-50. Zenellah Ayer Phklps, b. Oswego', 
N. Y., 10 Dec. 1845, 111. Byron S. Ould, 18 Nov. 1873. He 
was son of Richard and Mary Ould, and was b. Wampsville, 
N. Y., 17 Dec, 1845. Mr. Ould settled in Oswego, N. Y. 
He is a traveling agent. 

Children, b. Oswego, N. Y. : 

12586. I. Merritt (Ould), b. 18 Sept., 1876. 

12587. II. Charles Raymond (Ould). b. 20 Jan., 1878, 

12588. III. William Benjamin " b. 14 Oct., 1881. 

104-51. Julia Ely Phklps, b. Oswego, N. Y., 
24 Aug., 1850, m. Charles H. Bond, 8 Dec, 1869, He was 
sou of Ozro M. and Phebe A. Bond, and was b. Sandy Hill, 
N. Y., 6 Dec, [846. Settled in Oswego, N. Y. 
He is a lumber dealer. 

Children, b. Oswego, N. Y. : 
[2589. I. Montcalm Dunham (Bond), b. 7 Feb., JS72. 

12590. II. Charles Phelps b. 18 Feb. .1874, 

d. 25 June, 1S74. 

10452. John Penfield Phklps, b. Oswego, 
N. Y., 22 June, 1852, m. Alice Louisa Perry 2 June, 1S80, at 
Oswego, N. Y. She was daughter of Hiram J. and Mary 
Louisa (Herrick) Perry, and was b. Oswego, N. Y., 14 Feb,, 
[859. 

Mr. Phelps is president of the Oswego City Savings Bank. 
Res. Oswego, N. Y. 

Children, b. Oswego, N. Y.: 

1 259 1. I. Margaret Perry, b. 17 Aug., 1881. 

12592. II, Kathleen Herrick, b. 14 Sept., 1884. 

12593. III. H. Perry, b. 11 Sept., 1S88. 

12594. IV. Dorothy, b. 27 July, 1894. 

104-54-. William Benjamin Phelps, b. Os- 
wego, N. Y., 21 April, 1859, m. Elizabeth M. Massey, at 



T216 Ninth Generation. 

Oswego, N. Y., 4 Dec, 1884. She was daughter of Frederick 
and Elizabeth. vS. Massey, and was b. Watertown, N. Y., 26 
June, i860. 

Mr. Phelps resided in- Oswego, N. Y. He is a dealer in 
coal and an insurance and freight agent, D. L. 6c N. R, R. R. 

Child, b. Oswego, N. Y.: 

12595. I- Yesta Matilda, b. 5 June, 1888. 

10157. Susannah Stewart Phelps, b. Mor- 
risville, N. Y., 26 Dec, 1857, m. 15 Dec, 1881, Prof. Simeon 
Henry Gage, then of Ithaca, N. Y., son of Henry Yan Yassel 
and Lucy Ann (Grover) Gage, and b. Maryland, Oswego Co., 
N. Y., 20 May, 185 1. 

Prof. Gage graduated at Cornell University, 1877. His 
wife graduated from same university 1880, 

Child, b. Ithaca, N. Y.: 

12596. I. Henry Phelps (Gage), b. 4 Oct., 1886. 

101G2. Frances Amelia Dexter, b. New 

York City, 15 July, 1846, 111. George Foster Gregory, in 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 13 Feb., 1S67. He was son of Solomon and 

Anna (Underwood) Gregory, and was b. Sand Fake, N, Y., 

21 Jan., 183.9. Settled in Brooklyn, N. Y., where he d. 29 

June, 1895. He was a merchant. His widow now resides 

there. 

Children, b. Brooklyn, N. Y.: 

12597. I- George Dexter (Gregory), b. 24 Jan., 1868, 

d. 3 Fell., 1 89 1 . 

12598. II. Franklin Underwood (Gregory), b. 12 Oct., 

1870. 

12599. III. Edna Phelps (Cregory), b. 5 Dec, 1880. 

104-(>)». Sarah Elizabeth Dexter, b. New 
York City, 2 April, 1849, in. Henry Urban Palmer, in Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 3 March, 1881. He was son of Chester and 
Achsan (Melvin) Palmer, and was b. Chester, Ohio, 26 Feb., 
1S49. He resided in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
He is a merchant. 

Children, b. Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

12600. I. Arthur Phelps (Palmer), b. 4 June, 1884. 

1 260 1. II. Chester Urban " b. 22 March, 1889.. 



Ninth Generation.  121J 

104-71. Frank J. Switzer, b. Smithfield, Pa., 
22 Feb., 1854, m. Laura Eliza Brown, of Scriba, N. Y., 23 
June, 1SS0. 

Mr. Switzer resides in Oswego, N. Y. He is a grocer. 

Child, b. Oswego, N. Y.: 

12602. I. Ruth Elizabeth (Switzer), b. 17 March, 

1S92. 

10472. William Benjamin Switzer, b Nel- 
son, N. Y., 1 Nov., 1S57, in. Hattie Skilinger, of Williamson, 
N. Y., 28 April, 1882. 

Mr. Switzer resides in Williamson, N. Y. 

Child, b. Williamson, N. Y.: 

12603. F Merritt Amos (Switzer), b. 31 May, 18S8. 

10474. Mary Josephine Switzer, b. Eaton, 
N. Y., is Aug., 1S62, m. at Eaton, 7 Jan., 1883, Clarissa 
Burwell Taylor, of Merrillsville, N. Y. He resided in Mer- 
rillsville, N. Y. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Eaton, N. Y.: 

12604. 1- Flora Irene (Taylor), b. 7 May, 189 1. 

12605. II. Laura Eliza b. 1 Feb., 1893. 

10475. Carrie Edith Sweitzkr, b. Smith- 
field, Pa., 21 April 1866, 111. Byron L. Shepard, at Clayville, 
N. Y., 24 Nov., 1887, He was of Oswego, N. Y. Settled in 
Clayville. He is a builder. 

Children, b. Clayville, N. Y.: 

12606. I. Herbert Charles (Shepard), b. 17 Now, 1889. 

12607. 11- Lucile Adell b. 21 April, 1892. 

12608. III. Howard Alden b. 31 Oct., 1894. 

104S5. Francis Milton Griswold, b. Smith- 
field, N. Y., 6 March, 1858, m. 12 Jan., 1887, Klla Fisher, at 
Fremont, Neb. 

Children, b. Fremont, Neb.: 

12609. I- Elijah Phelps (Griswold), b. 17 Oct., 1887. 

12610. II. Paul Fisher b. 25 Dec,, 1890. 

10490. Louis Bicknell (Com an), b. Iowa 
City, Iowa, June 20, 1862, m. Ethelyn Rose Friend. 

(11-25) 



I2i8 Ninth Generation . 

Children, b. Fremont, Neb.: 

12611. I. Carrie M. (Comaii), b. Aug. 13, 1892. 

12612. II. Esther Friend " b. Sept. 29, 1895. 

10545. Martha Phelps Noyes, b. Stoning- 
ton, Ct., , 111. Edward Lucas. 

Children : 

12613.. I. Sarah (Lucas), b. July 20, [880. 

12614. II. Susan b. Feb. [9, 1882, / ™ . 

12615. III. .Martha " b. Feb. 19. 1882, \ Lwms - 

12616. IV. Rose Aline (Lucas). 

10617. James Wallace, b. Cambridge, Md., 
Jan., 1850, 111. Dec. 27, 1887, Emma McCombs, sister of I". 
S. Senator McCombs. 

Mr. Wallace is a prominent business man in Cambridge, 
Md. 

Children, b. Cambridge, Md.: 

12617. I. Catharine (Wallace), b. Feb., 1892. 

12618. II. James b. March, 1894. 

10619. Maurice Phelps Wallace, b, Cam- 
bridge. Md., Aug., 1856, m. Dorse} r Bryan, of Cambridge, Md. 
Child, b. Cambridge, Md.: 

1 26 19. I. James (Wallace), b. Feb., 1884. 

10622. Florence Phelps, b. Harford County, 
Md., Nov. 7, 1854, m. Nov. 7, 1S76, Dr. L. J. C. Hitch, who 
died Sept., 1877. 

She m. 2nd, 1S82, Wilson Lowe, who d, Salisbury, Md., 
Nov., 1SS4. 

Dr. Hitch was a physician, and Mr. Lowe a farmer. 
Mrs. Lowe resides on her farm at Salisbury, Md. 

Child by 1st husband : 

12620. I. L. J. L. (Hitch). 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Salisbury, Md.: 

12621. II. Mary Springer (Lowe), b. Feb., 1883. 

12622. III. Wilson " b. Feb., 1SS5. 

10623. Nannie Wallace Phelps, b. Har- 
ford Co., Md., Aug. 10, 1856, m. Roy Hayes. 



Ninth Generation, 121 9 

Settled in Pen 11 Yan, N. Y. 

Child, b. Penn Van, N. Y.: 

12623. I. Francis P. Phelps (Hayes). 

10641. Dr. Henry Phelps Perkins, b. 
Lowell, Mass., 31 Jan., i860, m. Helen B. Anthony, 10 Oct., 
1883. Dr, Perkins has resided in Lowell, Mass., Canandai- 
gna, N. Y., and West Newton, Mass. 

Children : 

12624. I. Mary Follett (Perkins), b. Lowell, Mass., 

Nov., 1884. 

12625. II. James Grant Brode (Perkins), b. Canandai- 

gua, N. Y., Aug., 1S88. 

12626. III. James Ripley Osgood (Perkins), b. West 

Newton, Mass., 16 May, 1892. 

10C>4- , „\ Isabella Adams Perkins, b. Lowell, 
Mass., Jan., 1862, m. Henry D. Kendall, 30 Nov., 1S87. Set- 
tled in Lowell, Mass. 

Child, b, Lowell, Mass.: 

12627. I. Annis (Kendall), 4 Dec, 1S89. 

10653. Emily A. Phelps, b. Mecklenburgh, 
X. Y. , 9 Oct., 1834, m. John Yernon, b. Marshall, Mich., 
where he settled and died, and where his widow d. 13 Now, 
1859- 

Children, b. Marshall, Mich. : 



1262s. 


I. 


John B. (Yernon) 


12629. 


II. 


Emily 


12630. 


III. 


Mary 


126^1. 


IY. 


Frank A. 



10651. Elizabeth S. Phelps, b. Kirkland, 
N. Y., 27 Sept., 1837, m. Frederick Massey, b. Watertown, 
N. Y. Settled in Brooklyn, N. Y , where he d. 6 April, 
1869. 

Child, b. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

12652. I. Elizabeth May (Massey), b. 26 June, i860, 

m. William B. Phelps. 



1220 Ninth Generation. 

10655. Julia Bradley Phelps, b. Kirkland, 

N. Y., 26 July, 1839, m. Cyrus Curtis, b, Westmoreland, 
X. Y., wbere lie settled and died. 

She m. 2nd William Barnes. Settled in Kirkland, N. Y., 
where he d. The widow now resides in Kirkland, X. Y. 

Child, b. Westmoreland, N. Y., by 1st husband: 

12633. I- Alonzo (Curtis). 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Kirkland, N. Y.: 

12634. H- Mary (Barnes). 

12635. III. Grace 

10650. Mary Braixard Phelps, b. Kirkland, 
N. Y., 26 July, 1839, m. Joseph Phelps Adams, No. 10664, b- 
Pine Valley, X. Y., 18 Sept., 1835, where he settled. 

Children, b. Pine Valley, X. Y.: 

12636. I. Susan (Adams). 

12637. II- Frederick 

12638. III. Hthelbert H. 

12639. IV. William Morris " 

12640. V. Florence Bradley " 

10658. William Conykrse Phelps, b. Kirk- 
land, X. Y., 16 Jan., 1849, m. Frances Josephine Root, b. 
Utica, X. Y", 26 Sept., 1S50. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Sandwich, 111. 

Children, b. Sandwich, 111.: 

12641. I. Claude Adams, b. 19 Aug., 1872. 

12642. II. Mary Bradley, b. 26 Aug., 1875. 

12643. III. Kthel Josephine, b. 18 Oct., 1S77. 

10663. Darius Adams, b. Pine Valley, X. Y., 
26 Aug., 1834, removed with his father to Elgin, 111., about 
1840, m. Orney Spencer, of 111. 

He m. 2nd Helen Spencer, sister of his 1st wife. 
Children by 1st wife: 

12644. I. Harriet (Adams). 

12645. II- Susan •' 

Child by 2nd wife: 

12646. III. Augustus (Adams). 



Ninth Generation. 1221 

10665, Henry A. Adams, b. Pine Valley, N. 
Y, , Jan. 2i, 1 S3 7, removed with his father to Elgin, 111., 
about 1S40, 111. Augusta Carpenter, b. Sandwich, 111. 
Mr, Adams settled in Sandwich, 111. 

Children, b. Sandwich, 111.: 

12647, ' E -Minnie (Adams). 

I264S. . II. Mary 

12649. HI- Charles 

12650. IV. Jessie 

10667. Harvey Raymond Adams, b. Elgin. 
111. ,"29 Aug., 1 s 4 2 , in. Delphiue Woodard, b. Sandwich, 111., 
where he settled. 

Children, b. Sandwich, 111.: 

1265 1. I. Alonzo (Adams). 

12652. II. Mollie 

10669. Oliver R. Adams, b. Elgin, 111., 10 
Sept., 1845, 111. Harriet Armstrong, b. Sandwich, 111. 

Child, b. Sandwich, 111.: 

12653. E Betsey (Adams). 

10670. Walter G. Adams, b. Elgin, 111., 12 
July, 1848, hi. Eunice Cox, b. Sandwich, 111. 

Children : 

12654. I- Lydia (Adams). 

12655. IE Vincent 
1265'.. III. Albert 

10676. Eva St. Clair Wells, b. Elgin, 111., 
12 March, 1852, m. George B. White, b. Sandwich, 111. Set- 
tled in Freedom, Kansas. 

Children, b. Freedom, Kansas : 

12657. I. Leroy (White). 

12658. IE Frederick " 

10692. Helen Matilda Stanton, b. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., 23 Nov., 1826, m. 9 Jan., 1x56, Charles Keene, 
b. Syracuse, N. Y., where he settled, and died 26 June, 1868. 
He was a merchant in that olace. 



1222 Ninth (7 cue ration. 

Children, b. Syracuse, N. Y.: 

12659. I. A Sou (Keene), d. in infancy. 

[2660. II. Florence Morey (Keene), b. 9 May, 1861. 

10693. Heman _ Huntington Stanton, b. 
Syracuse, N. Y., 26 July, 1828, m. Helen Harris Dibble, 28 
Dec, 1855. She was daughter of Col. Dibble, and was b. 
Detroit, Mich. 

Mr. Stanton settled in Topeka, Kan. 

Child, b, Topeka, Kan : 

1 266 1. I. Orvil B. (Stanton). 

10Gt>4-. Minerva Eliza Stanton, b. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., 9 April, 1834, 111. Henry Barwell. b. Chicago, 
111., where he settled. 

Child, b. Chicago, III.: 

12662. I. Henry (Barwell). 

10695. Walter Scott Phelps, b. Syracuse, 
N. Y., 2 Oct., 1827, 111. Adeline Morris, at Lenox, N. Y-., 3 
Aug., 1 85 1. She was daughter of Aaron and Hannah W. 
Morris, and was b. 15 Jan., 1828. 

Mr. Phelps served his apprenticeship in the Rogers, 
Kitchen and Grosvenor Locomotive Works, Paterson, N. J., 
enlisted in Philadelphia and served in 1 847-1 848 in the Mex- 
ican War. Since then his time has been employed in the care 
of shops and rolling stock of R, R., and in building engines 
and machinery. He put up the first two locomotives for the 
Great Western R. R., of Canada, and ran the first western 
branch in 1834. 

He has resided in several places. 

Children : 

12663. I. Florence Cornelia, b. Oneida, N. Y. , 21 

March, 1S55, d. 6 April, 1S55, 
12(164. II. Ida Florence, b. Horicon, N. Y., 8 Aug., 

i' s 57- 

12665. III. Heman Huntington, b. Horicon, N. Y., 20 

Dec, 1859, d. 4 July, 1861, London, Out. 

12666. IY. Willis Burt, b. Columbia. Ohio, 14 April, 

1 864 . 



X /nth Generation. 122 



10696. Sarah Jane Phelps, b. Syracuse, N. 
Y., 7 Feb., 1S30, m. at Oneida, N. Y., 21 Oct., 1849, George 
T. Elliot, b. Sterling, 111. 

He resided in Oneida, N. Y., Hallsville, N. Y., Chicago, 
111., and Davenport, Iowa, and now resides in Chicago, 111. 

He was a commission and flour merchant. He d. in Chicago, 
111., 22 June, 1S63. 

Children : 

12667. I. Clifford Parsons (Elliot), b. Oneida, N. Y., 

30 Aug., 1850. 

12668. II. Cora Lillian (Elliot), b. Hallsville, N. Y., 

1 1 Oct., 1S51. 

12669. HE George Walker (Elliot), b. Chicago, 111., 4 

.March, 1855. 
1 2670. I\*. Charles Potter (Elliot), b. Davenport, Iowa, 

21 Oct., 1S59. 

10697. Rev. Willis Burt Phelps, b. Syra- 
cuse, X. Y., 6 July, 1836, m. Hattie Louisa Smith, at Palmer, 
Mass., 2 May, 1864. She was b. Palmer, Mass., S Aug., 
1 841, daughter of Capt. Freeman and Lillis (Dickinson) 
Smith. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated at Princeton, X. J., in class of 
i860, graduated from the Princeton Theological Seminary, in 
1864. In the Spring of the same year he took charge of the 
Presbyterian Church of Kilboum City, Wis., and continued 
there to the Spring of 1870, when he was .called to the First 
Presbyterian Church of Independence, Iowa, where he con- 
tinued to labor for ten years. He then took charge of the 
Churches of Penned and Willisburgh, Mercer, Co., 111. 
After continuing with these Churches for nearly five years he 
removed to Marengo, Iowa, and took charge of the Presby- 
terian Church of that city. He now resides in Sigouruey, 
Iowa, (1899.) 

Children : 

1 267 1. I. Mary Lillie, b. Kilbourn, Wis., 2 Aug., 

1866.. 

12672. II, Florence Louisa, b. Kilbourn, Wis., 19 

Sept., 1869, m. June 14, 1894, Will M. 



122/}. Ninth Generation . 

Woodward, b. June ig, 1866, son of J, S. 
Woodward. Res. Independence, -Iowa. 
+ 12673. III. Hattie Leonora Beall, b. Independence, 

Iowa, 23- Aug., 1873, in. George T. 
Blamer. 

12674. IY. Sarah Leonilla, b, Independence, Iowa, 23 

Aug;, 1876. 

12675. V. Willis Boggs, b. Independence, Iowa, 21 

May, 1879. 

12676. VI. Bernice Adelle, b. Maringo, Iowa, 21 June, 

1SS4. 

10(>0N. Wallace Tai.lmax Phelps, b, Syra- 
cuse, X. Y., 6 July, 1836, m, Hattie Honeawell, in Chicago, 
111.. 14 Feb., 1867. She was daughter of John and Nancy 
Honeawell, b. Freeman, Ohio, 10 Nov., 1S45. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Chicago, 111., and is an engineer in 
the Chicago Fire Department. 

Children, b. Chicago, 111. 

12677. I. Hattie Eva, b. 27 Oct., 1869, d. 30 Dec, 

1872. 
1267. II. Lillian Huntington, b. 17 .May, 1875. 

10699. Jane BritTON Phelps, b. Syracuse. 
X. V.. 29 May, [839, m. Delia Ann Jacobs, at Horicon, Wis.. 
27 Feb., 1862. She was daughter of Benjamin Jacobs, and 
was b. Middletown, Yt., 28 Oct., 1843. 

Mr. Phelps is an engineer and is in charge of the work and 
machine shop of the Chicago, Milwaukee and Northern and 
vSt. Paul R. R. Res. Chicago, 111. 

Child, b. Horicon, Wis.: 

12671-j. I. Benjamin Stevens, b. 21; Jan.. 1864. 

10700. Mary Louisa Philoxana Phelps, b. 
Syracuse, X. Y., 6 June, 1840, 111. Lyman E. Douglas, 31 
Aug., 1857. Ik- was son of Edward Douglas, and was b. 31 
Aug., 1842. Settled in Chicago, 111. 

Children, b. Chi)ago, 111.: 

12680 I. Edmoud (Douglas). 

12681. II. Harriet Louisa 

12682. III. Heman Huntineton 



Ninth Generation. i 22 5 

10701. Florence Ann Phelps, b. Oneida, 
N. Y., 16 Feb., 1842, m.' Sidney Revenburgh, 17 June, 1862. 
He was son of Edward and Jane Revenburgh. Settled in 
Chicago, 111. Had one child. 

1070-1. Sarah Minerva Carey, b. Chicago, 
111., 20 Dec, 1S33, m. at Syracuse, N. Y., 13 Jan., 1853, 
Stephen Buckingham Sturgis, b. Mansfield, Ohio, 27 March, 
1855. Settled in Mansfield, Ohio. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ohio: 

[2683. I. Stephen Perry (Sturgis), b. 17 May, 1855. 

Graduated at Cornell University in 1876. 

[2684. II. Tracy (Sturgis), b. 21 Jan., 1859, d. at Bos- 

ton, Mass., while preparing for Harvard 
University, 1877. 

12685. III. Carey P. (Sturgis), b. 24 May, 1870.. 

[2686, IV. -(Sturgis), 1). 19 May, [874. 

10706. Dudley Ames Phelps, b. Syracuse, 
X. Y., 16 March, 1837, m, Delia M. Avery, at DeYVitt, N. Y., 
26 Feb., 1862. She was daughter of William Avery, and d. 
at DeWitt, N. Y., 3 Sept., 1865. He in. 2nd Sarah L. Quin- 
tard, 26 Sept., 1870. She was daughter of Peter Qttintard, 
and was b. DeWitt, N. Y. 

Mr. Pheips settled in DeWitt. X. Y. He is a farmer. 

Child, b. DeWitt, X. Y.. by 1st wife: 
[2687. I. William Ralph, b. [6Aug., 1865. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. DeWitt, X. Y.: 

12688, II. George Edwin, b. 19 July, 1874. 

12689. Ill, Elizabeth Ames, b. 8 Nov., 1875, 
1 !6go. IV. Charles C. b. 12 March, 1879. 

1071*2. Lucy Putnam Phelps, b. Syracuse, 
X. Y., 3 June, 1850, m. Hamilton White Bradley. He was 
son of Morris and Mary (White) Bradley. Settled in Syra- 
cuse, X. Y. 

Children, b. .Syracuse, X. Y. : 

1 269 1. I. Mary Miller (Bradley), b. 5 July, 1S75. 

12692, II. Kenneth b. 30 May, 1879. 



1226 Ninth Generation. 

1073:}. Ezekiel Martin Chew, b. Mansfield, 
Ohio, 2 July, 1851, in. Alvaretta Kstelle Ferrel, 4 July, 1S76. 

Child: 

12693. I. Ora Tillie (Chew), b. 7 April, 1S78. 

10735. George Hooker Phelps, b. Mans- 
field, Ohio, 23 Jan., 1S53, m. William F. Alexander, 18 Sept., 
1872. Settled in Louisville, Ky. He is a crockery and glass 
ware merchant of that city. 

Child, b. Louisville, Ky.: 

12694. I- Lillian Phelps (Alexander), b. 23 June, 1873, 

d. 9 Sept., 1S74. 

1073?. Anna Lvdia Phelps, b. Crestline, 
Ohio, 30 April, 1859, m. 30 June, 1876, Solomon Scott Bay les, 

b. Versailles, Ky. 

Child: 

12695. I- Florence Ann (Bayles), 27 Oct., 1878. 

10730. Samuel Leavitt Jenks, b. Spring 
Prairie, Wis., 31 March, 1835, m - Alice Ann Leach, at Spring 
Prairie, Wis., 20 Sept., 1S60. 

Children : 

12696. I. Edith Marcia (Jenks), b. Spring Prairie, 

Wis., 17 Nov., 1 861. 

12697. H. Eleanor Maria (Jenks), b. Spring Prairie, 

Wis., 17 Nov., 1 861. 
12698.. III. Leavitt J. P. (Jenks), b. Qiiincey, Minn., 22 
March, 1878. 

10740. Betsey Clara Jenks, b. Spring- 
Prairie, Wis., 28 Sept., 1S40, m. William Butler, at Spring 
Prairie, Wis., 20 Sept., 1S60. Settled in Freeburg, Mo. 

Children, b. Springfield, Wis.: 

12699. I. William Jenks (Butler), b. 27 July, 1862. 

107-11. Lucia Jenks, b. Spring Prairie, Wis., 
14 Oct., 1843, m. Lafayette Smith, 1 Oct., 1S67. 

Children, b. Minneapolis, Minn.: 

12700. I. Ella Permelia (Smith), b. 6 July, 1S68. 

1 270 1. II. Daniel Porter b. 19 Aug., 1870. 

12702. III. Leavitt Lafayette " b. 10 Feb., 1874. 



Ninth Generation. 1227 

1074-4. Asa Williams Phelps, b. Geneva, 
Wis., 24 Dec., 1S44, m. Mary Ella Robinson, 24 Feb., 1S70. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Missouri. Had one child. 

10767. Laura Matilda Phelps, b. Preble, 
N. Y., 3 Jan., 1849, m. in Galesburg, Mich., 24 Sept., 1870, 
Eugene M. Willett, b. Lima, N. Y., 12 Aug., 1842. Settled 
in Albany, N. Y. 

Children, b. Albany, N. Y.: 

12703. I. 1«M ward Cyrus Willett), b. 3 Sept., 1871. 

12704. II. Francis Eugene " b. 12 Dec, 1873. 

10774. Nancy Pepoon Campbell, b. Pitts- 
field, Mass., March 1, 1839, m. William Greenough Harding, 
at Pittsfield, Mass., 27 June, 1S61. He was son of Sewall 
and Eliza (Wheeler) Harding and was b. Waltham, Mass., 5 
Aug., 1834. Settled in Pittsfield, Mass, where his wife died 
17 Jan., 1874. 

Mr. Harding was of the firm of Page, Harding & Co., mer- 
chants and glass manufacturers of Boston and Berkshire, 
Mass. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

12711-,. I- Harriet (Harding), b. 8 Aug., 1862. 

12706. II. Isabel b. 30 July, 1864. 

12707. III. George Campbell (Harding), 18 May, 1867. 

12708. IY. Malcolm Campbell n Aug., 1869, 

d. 5 Nov., 1S74. 

12709. V. Hope (Harding), b. 24 Aug., 1S71, d. 8 

Nov. 1874. 

10? 70. Elizabeth Campbell Kellogg, b. 
Pittsfield, Mass., March, 1S42, m. William Robinson Plun- 
kett, 21 Dec, 1S69. She d. 1 May, 1875, leaving no issue. 

He m. 2nd her sister May Kellogg, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 20 
May, 1S58, m. 30 May. 1877, d. Pittsfield, Mass., 20 Feb., 
1 88 1. She was No. 10780. 

Mr. Pluukett was sou of. Hon. Thomas F. Plunkett. 

Settled in Pittsfield, Mass., and is president of the Berk- 
shire Life Insurance Co. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Pittsfield, Mass. : 



1228 Ninth Generation. 

[2710. I. Elizabeth Kellogg (Plunkett), b. 11 April, 

1S7S. 

1 271 1. II. Marion Campbell (Plunkett), b. 23 Oct., 

1S79. 

1 27 1 2. III. Thomas Fitzpatrick (Plunkett), b. 16 Feb., 

1 88 1. 

10700. Li-crktia PiiKi.rs. 1>. Litchfield, Ct., 
4 Feb., 1843, 111. John B, Stanton, 12 April, 1863. 

Settled first in Litchfield, Ct. 

Child, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 
1 2713. I. Gertrude E. (Stanton), b. 5 Dec, 1864. 

ION 5 4-. Maria Phelps, b. New Buffalo, Mich., 
23 Dec, 1850, m. Lewis E. Dick, 6 March, 187 2. 
Settled in Mishawaka, Ind. 

Children, b. Mishawaka, Ind.: 

12714. I. Albert E. (Dick), b. 1874, 

12715. II. Lewis C. " b. 1876, 

10855. Kdward L. Phelps, b. New Buffalo, 
Mich., 11 Sept., i860, m. Alice E. Paine, at Topeka, Kan., 
4 April, 1883. She d. Columbus Junction, Iowa, 9 Dec, 1887. 

Hem. 2nd Alice E. Blackmore, at Mauley, Iowa, 10 Dec, 
1889. 

Mr. Phelps settled at Columbus, Junction, Iowa, then re- 
moving to Mauley, Iowa. 

Children by 1st wife: 

12716. I. George C, b. Columbus June , Iowa, 19 Jan., 

1SS4. 

12717. II. Leslie Luverua, b. Mauley, Iowa, 17 Jan., 

1886. 

L0863. Emma Jane Gillett, b. Smithfield, 
Pa., 10 Aug., 1850, m. F. E, Allen, 12 May, 1874. Settled 
in Estherville, Iowa. 

Children, b. Estherville, Iowa: 

12718. I. Kittie- (Allen), b. 1875, d. 1878. 

127D. II. Francis Edward (Allen), b. 26 Sept., 1879. 

12720. III. Donald Gillett " b. 10 Oct., 1890. 



Ninth Generation. 1229 

10864. Orpha Maria Gillett, b. Liberty, 
Pa., 30 April, 1855, m. Samuel Simington, 6 June, 1882. Re- 
sided in Spencer, Iowa. 

Children, b. Spencer, Iowa: 

12721. I. David Gillett (Simington), b. Aug., 1S83. 

12722. II. Grace " b. June, 1885. 

12723. III. Ralph '! b. Sept., 18S8. 

12724. IV. Marion b. Sept;, 1892. 

10866. John H. Campbell, b. Caldwell, Kan., 
17 Oct., 1844, m. Sarah Frances Cox, 16 Sept., 1880. 
Mr. Campbell settled in Caldwell, Kan. 

Children, b. Caldwell, Kansas: 

12725. I. Helen Roaunah (Campbell), b. 23 Feb., 1883. 

12726. II. Abigail Elizabeth - b. 1 Jan., 1888. 

10866a. Louisa Delphine Campbell, b. 
Caldwell, Kan., 17 July, 1847, m. Francis Wood, 28 Dec, 
1869, 

Settled in Caldwell, Kan. 

Children, b. Caldwell, Kan.: 

12727. I. Raymond (Wood). 
1272s. II. Merritt 

12729. III. Gleena 

12730. IV. Minnie 

10868. Elizabeth Raymond Campbell, b. 
Caldwell, Kan., 15 Jan., 1854, m. John R, Griffith, 18 March, 

1884. Settled in Caldwell, Kan. 

Child, b. Caldwell, Kan.: 

12731. I. John Ryan (Campbell), b. 19 April, 1888. 

10869. Ade.lia Phelps Campbell, b. Cald- 
well, Kan., 11 Oct., 1855, m. Homer E. Williams, 1 Oct., 

1885. Settled in Caldwell, Kan. 

Child, b. Caldwell, Kan.: 

12732. I. Bertha Roannah (Williams), b. 25 Dec, 

1887. 

10870. LoraineOrton Phelps, b. East Smith- 
field,. Pa., 26 Nov., 1849, m. Hattie G. Hyatt, 24 Oct., 1S75, 



'-^733- 


12734- 


t2735- 


[2736. 


1-737- 


12738. 


Smithfiel'd 


Oct., 1S71 



1230 Ninth Generation'. 

at East Smithfield, Pa. She was daughter of Samuel aud 
Elizabeth (Austin) Hyatt, and was b. Otsego, X, Y., 6 March, 

£855- 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hay don, Neb, He is a farmer. 

Children: 

I. Henry A., b. Smithfield, Pa., 4 July, 1S76. 

II. Walter 0., b. " " 4 July, 1877. 

III. Dudley G., b, Haydon, Neb., 7 April, 1879. 

IV. MaryE.,h. " " 12 March, 1 881, 
V. Gertrude, b. " '• 1 Oct., 1886. 

VI. Allah:,, " " 31 March, 1889. 

10ST1. Lauretta Augusta Phelps, b. East 

Pa., 3 Nov., 1851, m. Howard F. Brigham, 11 
He was son of Henry A. and Sally (Kiugsley) 
Brigham, and was b. Smithfield, Pa., 26 July, 185 1. 

Mr. Brigham for a while lived in East Smithfield, Pa., re- 
moving from there to Fowler, Meade Co., Kan, 

Children: 

12739. I. Leon Dudley (Brigham), b. Smithfield, Pa., 

3 Dec, 1874. . 

12740. II. Minnie Allen b. Athens, Pa., 15 

Sept., 1876. 

12741. Ill, Howard Burton b. "7 

Sept., iS7</. 

10875. Emma Laura Phelps, b. East Smith- 
field, Pa., 30 Jan,. 1853, m. A. D. McElwain, 16 May, 1873. 
Settled in Canton, Pa. 

Child, b. Canton, Pa.: 

12742. I. A daughter (McElwain), b, 28 Sept., 1 s 7 4 . 

10880. Thomas J, Bradley, b. Athens, Pa., 
15 Oct., 1859, m. Clara Paul, 31 Jan., 1883, in Argentine, 
Kan. She was b. there 28 July, 1862. 
Mr. Bradley settled in Argentine, Kan. 

Children, b. Argentine, Kan,: 

12743. E Daniel (Bradley), b. 9 March, 1SS3. 

12744. II, Robert " b. 31 Aug., 1887. 

12745. HI. Harry " b. 26 April. 1889, d. 2S 

Aug., 1889. 



Xinth Generation. 1211 



108S4-. Charles Phelps Howund, b. Col- 
umbus, Pa., 3 Oct., 1849, m. Mary Bishop Wilder, 11 July, 
1876, in Warren, Mass. 

Mr. Howland entered a machine shop, leaving in the fall 
of 1 868, taking college course of studies, and entered Wes- 
leyan University, at Middle-town, Ct., in the fall of 1873. He 
was examined for Yale and accepted, and he again entered 
the machine shop at Warren, Mass., working days and study- 
ing nights, saving money enough to enter Yale the next 
year, where he graduated in 1875, the 10th in his class of 
100. He is now a principal of an academy in Marion, Mass. 

Children, b. Marion, Mass.: 

12746. I. Henry Phelps (Howland), b. April, 1S7S. 

12747. II. Silas Willard " b. 1879. 
1274S. III. Ralph Bishop " b. 1885. 

10885. Reki) Filmore Phelps Howland, 
b. Columbus, Pa., 12 Feb., 1852, m. Henrietta Page Childs, 
in Smithfield, Pa., 20 Aug., 1X79. She was youngest daugh- 
ter of Christopher Childs and a descendant of Gov. Bradford 
of Mass. 

Mr. Howland is a draughtsman and patternmaker, learning 
the trade in the machine shop of J. Knowles, mfrs. of pump-. 

Mr. Howland first settled in Erie, Pa., soon removing to 
Bradford, Pa. 

Children, b. Krie, Pa.: 

10749, I- Florence Childs (Howland), b. 5 Sept., 1S80. 

12750. II. Fanny Bradford " b. 3 Oct. , 18S2. 

10888. Edward Doty,, b. Smithfield, P., 7 
Jan., 1852, m. Clara Elizabeth Childs, 11 Sept., 1872. She 
was b. Smithfield, Pa. 

Mr. Doty settled in East Smithfield, Pa., and is in the 
grocery business with his father-in-law, Anthouv E. Childs. 
Child, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 

12751. I. Nellie L-ucretia (Doty), b. 19 Jan., 1874. 

10917. Lizzie C. Wilcox, b. Smithfield, Pa., 
26 June, 186S, m. Howard Harris, 12 July, 1S83. 
Settled in Smithfield, Pa. 



1232 



Ninth Generation. 



12752. 
12753- 



Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 
I. Bessie F. (Harris), b. 12 June, 1887. 

b. 28 Nov., 1889. 



II. Robert X 



10918. James G. Wilcox, b. Smithfield, Pa., 
30 Sept., 1855, m. Mary E. Scott, 6 Nov., 1879, 
Mr. Wilcox settled in Smithfield, Pa. 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 
I. Blanche E. (Wilcox), b. 27 Aug., 1880. 
II. Cora L. " b. 15 July, 1882. 

III. Charles T. b. 31 Oct., 1SS3. 

IV. Frances M. " b. 2 June, 1S86. 
A T . Robert J. " b. 11 Dec, 1888. 

10922. George Winslow Tracy, b. Smith- 
field, Pa., 17 Oct., 1862, m. 28 Dec, 1887, Mary L,. Andrews, 
b. Fast Smithfield. Pa., 16 Oct., 1866. 
Mr. Tracey settled in Winona, Dak. 



12754- 


12755- 


12756. 


12757. 


12758. 



12759- 



Child, b. Winona, Dak.: 
I. Anna May (Tracy), b. 12 May, 18S9. 



10936. Julia R. Barnes, b. Fonda, X. V. 
Dec, 1849, m. Edsou M. Richards; 21 Feb., 1871. 
Settled in Fonda, N. Y. 



12760. 
12761, 



Children, b. Fonda, N. Y. : 
I. Milton Barnes (Richards), b. 19 Jan., 1882. 
II. Ashley Hiram " b. 16 Mar., 1886. 



10937. William G. Barnes, b, Fonda, X. Y., 
12 March, [857, m. Florence Davis. 
Mr. Barnes settled in Fonda, X. Y. 

Children, b. Fonda, X. Y. : 

12762. I. Davis (Barnes), b, 2S July, 1880. 

12763. II. Fydia Gardner (Barnes), b. 21 June, 1SS6. 

10914. Matthias Phelps, b. Jersey City, X. 
J., 4 Feb., 185.9, m. Margaret Estelle Farrell, 26 Jan., 1881. 
She was daughter of Patrick Farrell, and was b. Jersey City, 
X. J., 12 Aug., 1859. Mr. Phelps resides in Jersey City. He 
is an accountant. 



■Ninth Generation. I2 33 

Children, b. Jersey City, N. J.: 

12764. I. Julia Estelle, b. 20 Jan., 1882. 

12765. II. Matthias, b. 15 June, 1883. 

10945. Lieut. Harry Phelps, b. Jersey 
City, N. J., 10 Feb., 1861, m. Mary Eliza Thompson, at 
Smithville, N. C, 1 April, 1883. She was daughter of 
Thomas Mann and Mary Elizabeth (Mints) Thompson, and 
was b. Smithville, S. C, now called Southport, S. C. , 24 
Nov., 1 88 1. Lieut. Phelps is a Lieut, in the U. S. Navy, 
and is now, 1896, at Annapolis. 

Child, b. Jersey City, N. J.: 

12766. I. Mary Julia Imogene, b. 11 Dec., 1883. 

11000- Luther Shepard .Phelps, b. Otis, 
Mass., June 3, iNh6, m. at Becket, Mass., Sept. 17, 1865, 
Caroline Louisa Soule. b. Otis, Mas>.. Aug. 31, 1865, daugh- 
ter of Jerome B. and Mary L. Soule. 
Res. Otis, Mass. 

Child, b. Otis, Mass.: 

12767. I. George Aaron, b. June 13, 1890. 

11 00-. Frances D. Phelps, b. Barkhamsted, 

Ct., Oct. 15, 1849, d. March, 9, 1883, m. Dec. 26, 1872, 
James Thompson, . son of Sardius and Maria (Stanton) 
Thompson. 

Children : 

12768. I. Franklin S. (Thompson). 

12769. II. Carrie A. 

12770. III. Charles E. 

11004-. Rocelia Josephine Phelps, b. Bark- 
hamsted, Ct., April 2, 1854, m. Sept. .14, 1873-, Milton S. 
Thompson, son of Sardius and Maria (Stanton) Thompson. 

Res. Russell, Mass. 

Child : 

1277 1. I. Alvan Wallace (Thompson), b. Nov. 13, 
1874. 

11005. Clara Isabelle Phelps, b. Bark- 
hamsted, Ct., Aug, 5, 1861, Otis, Mass., Jan. 31, 1S79, m. 

(11-26) 



i '2j j. Ninth Generation. 

Frank H. Williams, of Westfield, Mass., son of Henry Wil- 
liams. 

Children : 

12772. I. Blanche (Williams). 

1277;,. II. Louis 

12774. HI. Almon 

11007. Jane Hunt, b. Simsbury, Ct., m. 
May 24, 1882, Howard William Humphrey, b. Unionville, Ct., 
Feb. 24, 1854, son of Dea. Russell and Amelia (Driggs) 
Humphrey. 

Mr. Humphrey is a hardware manufacturer at Unionville. 
Child, b. Unionville, Ct.: 

12775. I. Norma Louise (Humphrey), b. Oct. 24, 

1NS3. 

11015. John Henry Phelps, b, Clinton Co., 
Iowa, 6 April, 1858, m. Catharine Toubman, in Clinton Co., 
Iowa, 28 Jan., 1881. vShe was daughter of Edward and Mar- 
garet Toubman, and was b. Clinton Co., Iowa, April, 1859. 

Mr. Phelps resides in Elwood, Iowa. He is a merchant 
there. 

Children, b. Elwood, Iowa: 

12776. I. Ethel, b. 6 June, 1SS6. 

12777. U, Florence, b. 14 April, 1S92. 

12778. III. Paul, b. 24 Aug., 1894. 

11010. George Benajah Phelps, b. Clinton 
Co., Iowa, 12 March, 1861, m. Nellie Dixon, 21 Dec, 1880, 
at Clinton Co., Iowa. She was daughter of Charles and Eunice 
Dixon, and was b. Clinton Co., Iowa. He is a lawyer in Clin- 
ton Co., Iowa. 

Children, b. Clinton Co,, Iowa: 

12779. I. Nellie Maud, b. 15 Oct., 1S82. 

12780. II. Grace Alice, b. 17 Jan., 1889, d. 18 Jan., 

1890. 

12781. III. Ruth Naomi, b. 25 June, 1891. 

12782. IV. Esther, b. 20 March, 1894. 

11077. Edward E. Phelps, b. Polo, 111,, 20 
Nov., 1856, in. Ruth Alden. 



Ni)i th Gene ra tio n . 1 235 

Mr. Phelps settled in Pittsburgh, Pa. He is chief clerk in 
city comptroller's office. 

Children, b. Pittsburgh, Pa.: 

12783. I. Ruth Aldeu, b. 31 Oct., 1890. 

127S4. II. Martha, b. 22 March, 1894. 

11078. Elsie Eucinda Phelps, b. Celiua, 
Ohio, 16 Jul}', 1859, m. William Gordon, b. St. Mary's, Ohio. 
Settled and d. there. 

Mr. Gordon was brought up by his uncle, Edward Mar- 
shall, of St. Mary's. 

Child, b. St. Mary's, Ohio: 

12785. I. Sarah (Gordon), b. about 1881. 

11118* William Martin Phelps, b. Providence, 
R I., 28 Eeb., 1826. Settled in Providence, R, I. Is a con- 
tractor and builder. He m. iS April, 1S4S, Susan Francis 
Pike, b. Bristol, R. I., 18 March, 1831, where she d. 29 July, 
1859, daughter of John Pike. 

He m. 2nd Frances Emeline Carpenter. 

Children, b. Providence, R. I., by 1st wife: 

12786. I. William Henry, b. 18 Jan., 1849, m. 24 Dec, 

1873, Eura McTourtellot, b. 5 Dec, 1849. 
+ 12787. IE Emily Angeline, b. 21 Dec, 1850, m. Delia 

EeClair. 

12788. III. Catharine Matilda, b. 26 Sept., 1S53, d. 11 

Nov., 1855. 

12789. IV. Edward Herbert, b. 18 Oct., 1S58, d, 5 April, 

1859- 

Children by 2nd wife: 

+ 12790. V. Susan Jane, b. 25 Sept., 1868, m. twice. 

12791. VI. Charles Nelson, b. 23 Sept., 1873. 

Ill 11>. Charles Henry Phelps, b. Bristol, 
R. I., 27 Oct., 1828. He resided for a time in Syracuse, 
N. V., later settling in Bismark, Dakota. 

He m. Margaret R. Harrison, at Syracuse, where she was 
born and died, the daughter of B. M. and Fanny (Carpenter) 
Harrison. He m. 2nd Sylvia E. Brooks, at Greene, N. V. 

Child" by 2nd wife, b. Bristol, R. E: 



I2j6 Ninth Generation. 

12792. I. Sylvia Elizabeth Brooks. 

Ill t*3. James Thomas Phelps, b. Bristol, R. 
I., 15 Feb., 1 841. He is an electrician and for a time resided 
in New York City, in 1871 removing to Bristol, R, I. He m. 
Allina M. Page." 

Mr. Phelps enlisted in Union army, 1862, discharged 1865. 
Held the office of lieutenant in 2nd R. I. Volunteers. 

Children: 

12793. I. Mary Melinda, b. New York City, 14 June, 

[870, m. Edgar Webster, 28 June, 1891. 
She d. 28 Sept. , 1891. 

12794. II. Emily Frances, b. Bristol, R, I., 25 July, 

1873. 

1114-0. Evangeline Eliza Phelps, b. Scipio, 

N. Y., 29 Aug., 1853, m. Benedict. 

Resided in Brockport and Hastings, Neb. 

Children, b. Nebraska : 

12795. I- Irving Asa (Benedict), b. 20 Dec, 1877. 

12796. II. Hattie Edith b. 15 August, 1879. 

12797. Ill, Sadie Margaret " b. 15 August, 1880. 

1114-1. Hattie Elizabeth Phelps, b. Scipio. 

N. Y., 28 July, 1865, m. Wells. 

Settled in Scipioville, N. Y. 

Child, b. Scipioville, N. Y. : 

12798. I. Florence Eliza (Wells), b. 24 Oct., 1883. 

11147. Winnifred Sabin, b. Chatham, 111., 
15 Aug., 186S, m. Charles Lemuel McKee, 29 May, 1895. 
He was son of James Lemuel and Laviuia McKee, and was b. 
New City, 111., 21 March, 1865. He is a farmer and resides 
in New City, 111. 

Child, b. New City, 111.: 

12799. I- Marcia Van Deren (McKee), b. 29 Sept., 
1896. 

11175. William H. Phelps, b. Saranac, N. 
Y., 31 Aug., 1849, m. Clara A. Younger, in Union Springs, 
N. Y., 25 March, 1856. 



Ninth Generation . r2 37 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer in Marshall, Mich. 

Child, b. Marshall, Mich.: 
12800. I. Pearl H., b. 10 July, 1877. 

11183. Dr. William H. Phelps, b. Bristol, 
N. Y., 24 July, 1842, 111. Mary Jane Taylor, at Savannah, N. 
Y., 27 March, 1S72. She was daughter of Henry and Ardella 
(Stone) Taylor, and was b. Savannah, N. Y., 31 March, 
1S49. 

Dr. Phelps is a practicing physician in Savannah, N. Y. 

Children, b. Savannah, N.Y. : 

12X01. I. Linnie May, b. 24 Oct., 1873. 

12802. II. Ada P., b. 19 Oct., 1879. 

111S<> Dr. Henry De Witt Clinton 
Phelps, b. Rochester, N. Y., April 5, 1850, m. Libbie M. 
Shattuck, 14 Aug., 1S77. She was daughter of Guerdon F. 
and Amelia (Davis) Shattuck, and was b. South Scriba, N. 
Y., 1 Aug., 1852, where she d. 5 Sept., 1886. 

Dr. Phelps is a practicing physician in Oswego, N. Y. 
Child, b. South Scriba, N. Y. : 

12803. I- Jane Libbie, b. 14 Nov., 1883. 

11208. George Thrall Chaffee, b. Rut- 
land, Yt., 23 Dec, 1857. Settled in Rutland, Vt. He m. 
29 Oct., 1S85, Helen L. Stoddard, at Poultney, N. Y. She 
was b. Hampton, X. Y., 19 May, 1864, daughter of Marvin 
O. and Candace (Hotchkiu) Stoddard. 

Children, b. Rutland, Yt.: % 
12S04. 1. Alice M. (Chaffee), b. 14 March, 1S87. 

12805. II Frederick L. b. 6 June, 1889. 
12805a. III. Charlotte T. " b. 31 May, 1891. 

11 '21. 'J. Dr. Frederick Knowlton Chaffee, 

b. Lee, Mass., April 14, 1870, m. June 22, 1898, Mary Louise 
Barker, b. Pittsfield, Mass., April 27, 1870, daughter of Gard- 
ner Thurston and Maria (Lockwood) Barker. He is a veter- 
inary surgeon in Pittsfield and Lee, Mass., residing in the 

latter place. 

Child, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

12806. I. Caroline (Chaffee), b. May 22, 1899. 



J2;S Ninth Generation. 

11253. Helen May Phelps, b. Canoe Camp, 
Pa., 8 May, 1867, m. Harry Guy Smith, 26 Dec, 1883. He 
was son of Carlton E. and Mary E. Smith, and was b. 26 
Nov., 1S67. He is a farmer in Tioga, Pa, 

Child, b. Tioga, Pa.: 

12807. P Guy Miller (Smith), b. 21 Sept., 1894. 

11263. Frances Eleanor Phelps, b. Mount 

Morris, N. Y., May 16, 1S54, m. Gouverneur, N. Y., Oct. 31, 
1877, Dr. James D. Spencer, b. Denmark, N. Y., April 14, 
1849, son of H. Gordon P. and Emily Antoinette (Decker) 
Spencer. 

Dr. Spencer is a physician and surgeon in Watertown, 
N. Y. 

Children, b, Watertown, N. Y. : 

12808. I. George Phelps (Spencer), b. Sept. 23, 1878. 

12809. H. Sally Louise " b. Oct. 30, 1880. 

12810. III. Henry Percival " b. June 18, 1883. 
12810a. IV. Agnes Phillipson b. July 17, 1885, 

d. Jan. 10, 1888. 
12810b. V. Garrick Mallery " b. May 30, 1889. 

1 1304. Hobart Warren Thompson, b. Troy, 
N. Y., April 2, 1862, m. April 16, 1S95, Grace McPead, 
daughter of Charles A. McLead, of Troy, N, Y. 

Child, b. Troy, N. Y.: 

12811. I. Hobart Warren (Thompson), b. Feb. 20, 

1897. 

11305. Mary Warren Thompson, b. Troy, 
N. Y., m. Aug. 24, 1 888, Edward Courtland Gale, son of 
Ezra Thompson Gale, of Troy, N. Y. 

Children, b. Troy, N. Y. 

12812. I. Alfred Warren (Gale), b. Jan. 2, 1S92. 
12812a. II. Harold DeForest " b. June 18, 1896. 

11306. William Henry Warren, b. Troy, 
N. Y., June 3, 1867, m, June 5, 1893. 

Child, b. Troy, N. Y.: 

12812b. I. Mary Rogers (Warren), b. July 7, 1896. 



Ninth Generation . 1239 

1137.1. William P. Phelps, b. Princeton, 
111., 30 Sept., 1S64. Mr. Phelps when an infant was left by 
his mother with some friends in an adjoining county. His 
mother was then divorced from her husband (his father), and 
went to Texas and there married. His father after returning 
from the war and not finding his family supposed them all 
dead. Mr. Phelps visited his mother in Texas in 1885, and 
found his father was still living. Soon after by chance he 
met his father, whom he had not seen for 27 years. 

Mr. Phelps is now clerk and manager in a large wholesale 
tobacco house in Murphysboro, 111. 

He m. 28 July, 1887, Elizabeth Cox. b. Murphysboro, O., 
27 Aug., 1867, daughter of David and Elizabeth A. Cox. 

Child, b. Murphysboro, O. : 

1 28 1 3. I. William Emery, b. 1 Nov., 1S88. 

11418. Xklson RorxsKYKLL, b. Haskell 
Flats, X. Y., Jan. 19, 1877, m. Aug. 23, 1S95, Kate Cole, 
daughter of Sanford S. and Clara (Eldridge) Cole, of Cuba, 
X. Y. Res. Cuba, X. Y. 

Child : 

1 28 14. I. Clara Bessie (Rouusevell), b. July, 1896. 

114-20. William Justus Phelps, b. Sharon, 
Wis., 1 Jan., 1859. Removed with his father to Winsted, 
Ct. He m. Jennie Forbes, 8 June, 1881. She was daughter 
of William and Minerva (Shears) Forbes, and was b. Sheffield, 
Mass. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Winsted, Ct. He is with his uncle 
in the drug business. 

Child, b, Winsted, Ct.: 

12815. I. Cleora Haskell, b. 11 Feb., 1S87. 

11430. Jennie Eawsox, b. Westerville, Ohio, 
Nov. 20, 1856, d. May 8, 1S97, m. June 28, 1S82, Lovett W. 
Jones. 

Res. Marble Cliff, Ohio. 

Children, b. Marble Cliff, Ohio: 

1 28 16. I. Thomas Murray (Jones), b. Oct. 4, 1885. 

12817. IE Karl Willard b. Oct. 15, 1S89. 



I2J.O Ninth Generation . 

11439. Horace Wellington Dean, b. Bow- 
ling Green, Mo., Feb. 5, 1S61, m. at Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 
16, 18SS, Jennie K. McKillips. 

Children, b. Pittsburgh, Pa.: 

12818. I. Frank Edward (Dean), b. Nov. 11, 1892, 

1 2819. II. Mary Rosetta " b. Aug. 11, 1894. 

11459. Allen B. Phelps, b. Columbus, Ohio, 
Jan. 14, 1873, m. July 25, 1895, Jennie L. Posey. 
Mr. Phelps is a grocer in Columbus, Ohio. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ohio: 

12820. 1. Allen June, b. June r, 1896. 

1 282 1. II. Elizabeth Dorris, b. April 27, 1898. 

114(>(>. Edward Charles Phelps, b. Colum- 
bus, Ohio, Feb. 25, 1875, m. Aug. 25, 1895, Etta Davis. 
Mr. Phelps is a clerk in Columbus, Ohio. 

Child, b. Columbus, Ohio: 
12S22. I. Laura Belle, b. Feb. 27, 1898. 

115*21. Fred Guy Benton, b. Ohio, Jan. 24, 
1872, m. June 24, 1890, Ora Hodgdon. 

' Children: 

12823. I. Jay (Benton). 

12824. II. Lyman 

12825. III. George 

12826. IV. Herbert " 

11589. Henry Cornish Ross, b. Galena, 111., 
Aug. 15, 1848, m. April 16, 1S84, Ella Howe, 

Child, b. Merrill, Wis.: 

12527. I. Isabelle Gladys (Ross), b. Dec. 13, 18S5. 

11501. John Ross, b. Galena, 111., Aug. 18, 
1S63, m. Nov. 14, iSss, Nellie Gelston. 
Res. Galena, 111. 

Children, b. Galena, 111.: 

12528. I. Isabelle Kathleen (Ross), b, May 15, 1S90. 
12829. U- Virginia b. Aug. 9, 1896. 



Nintli Generation, 124.1 

11600. Hannah A. Phelps, b. Chatauqua, 
N. Y., 18 July, 1856, m. Henry Deming, 30 June, 1880, by 
Rev. Aynno Frederick, pastor of Presbyterian Church in 
Chatauqua, N. Y. 

Air. Deming settled in Chatauqua, N. Y. 

Child, b. Chatauqua, N. Y.: 

12830. I. Merrit L. (Deming), b. 15 June, 1S84. 

11629. Mary Elizabeth Hoyt, b 1S50, d. 
1882, 111. Herman T. Mynter. 

Children : 

12831. I. Agnes (Mynter), b. Jan. 11, 1877. 

12832. II. Ernest Hoyt (Mynter), b. Dec. 1879, d. 

March, 1881. 
12S33. III. Emily (Mynter), b. March 6, 18S1. 

11673. Alfred Chester Phelps, b. Wood- 
ville. Miss., 4 Dec, 1S42. Removed with his father to Gran- 
ville, 111., m. Caroline M. Donnell, 23 May, 1S67, at Gran- 
ville, 111. She was daughter of Joseph M. and Mary Jane 
(Morrison) Donnell, and was b. Granville, 111., 13 July, 1843. 
Mr. Phelps graduated and studied law, and settled for a 
time in Granville, 111., removing to Denver, Col., after the 
birth of his 2nd child, and where he now resides. 

Children : 

12834. I. Alfred Horace, b. Granville, 111., 14 Nov., 

1868. 
[2835. II. Clara Idella, b. Granville, 111., 12 Feb., 

1 8 7 1 . 
12S36. III. Leroy Morrison, b. Denver, Col., 15 Feb., 

1S76. 

12837. IV. Emma Hannah, b. Denver, Col., 29 April, 

1883. 

12838, Y. Harlow Donnell, b. Denver, Col., 29 April, 

1 883. 

11680. Caroline Hannah Phelps, b. Gran- 
ville, 111., 10 Dec, i860, m. Charles F. Brown, at Granville, 
111., 1SS0. 

Mr. Brown settled at Granville, 111., where his wife died in 
1883. 



1 2J-2 Ninth Generation. 

Child, b. Granville, 111.: 

12539. I. Caroline Leslie (Brown), b. 14 July, 1882. 

11681. Albert Eugene Phelps, b. Franklin, 
N. Y., 22 May, 1S46, m. Sarah C. Chism, 13 July, 1S72. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Albany, N. Y. He served in the war 
of the Rebellion, in the 9th Regt., N. Y. Vol. 

11682. Herbert Ltjzerney Phelps, b. 
Franklin, N. Y., 31 Oct., 1847, m. Mary Elizabeth Burhans, 
25 July, 1S73. She was daughter of Henry Owen and Mar- 
garet Lorenia (Coffin) Burhans. and was b. Kingston, N. Y., 
10 Oct., 1848. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Albany, X, Y., in 1S74, remov- 
ing to Gloversville, X. Y., where he is agent of Wheeler & 
Wilson Sewing Machine Co. 

Child, b. East Albany, X. Y.: 

12540. I. Albert Eugene, b. 15 July, 1874. 

11686. Albert Noah Phelps, b. Green 
River, X. Y., 1S39, m. Kate S- -, 20 March, 1861. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Green River, X. Y. 

Children, b. Green River, X. Y.: 

12841. I. Minnie E., b. 9 Aug., 1862. 

12842. II. Alice, b. 31 March, 1870. 

11728. Walter Arthur Phelps, b. Bigfoot, 
111., 21 Nov., 1858, m. Jemima Baldwin, 19 Nov., [884. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Bigfoot, 111. 

Child, b. Bigfoot, 111.: 

12843. I. Helen S.. b. 9 Dec, 1886. 

11729. Eva Phelps, b. Bigfoot, 111., 13 May, 
1862, m. Julius Eangdou. Settled in Bigfoot, 111. 

Children, b. Bigfoot, 111.: 

12844. I. Xellie (Langdon). 

12845. U- Edward 

11738. Elmp:r Elsworth Phelps, b. Maus- 
ton, Wis., 25 Nov., 1 86 1, m. Eliza Rosetta Coon, at Braiuard, 
Minn., 15 March, 188S. She was daughter of William and 
Ruth (Griffin) Coon, and was b. Mauston, Wis., 16 Nov., 
1871. 



Ninth Generation . I2 43 

Mr, Phelps resides in Camp Douglas. He is a teacher in 
portrait art. 

Children: 

12846. I. Blanche Alvina, b. Crow Wing, Minn., 21 

April, 1889. 

12847. H- Bffie Hazel, b. Crow Wing, Minn., 20 May, 

1 89 1. 

12848. III. Henry Foster, b. Brainard, Minn., 9 April, 

1S93. 

117S5, John Pepper Atkinson, b. Feb. 2, 
1 88 1, m, April 2. 1897, Ada Bryan Byrd, daughter of Charles 
C. Byrd, of Atlanta, Georgia. 

Child: 

12S49, I. John Pepper (Atkinson), b. July 12, 1898. 



TENTH GENERATION. 

11S"23. William Burgess Phelps, b. Hava- 
na, 111., 21 Feb., 1867, m. Margaret Benson Walinhoff, in St. 
Louis, Mo., 1 Sept., 189*1, by Rev. E. Anderson, Grand 
Avenue Baptist Church. She was daughter of Henry and 
Anna B. (Benson) Walmhoff, and was b. St. Louis, Mo., 19 
Feb., 1868. 

Mr, Phelps is a cashier in a real estate office in St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Children, b. St. Louis, Mo. : 

12850. I. Helen Ann, b. 15 Dec, 1892. 

1 285 1. II. William B., b. 25 March, 1895. 

11N4-3. Lewis James Phelps, b. New York 
City, 10 Oct., 1864, m. Mary Cecelia Roe, 5 Oct., 1S92. She 
was daughter of Livingston and Catharine B. (Burtuett) Roe, 
and was b. New York City, 16 April, 1866. 

Mr. Phelps resides in New York City, and is an attorney 
and councillor at law, 

(Livingston Roe, son of Livingston Roe and Antoinette 

Larocbue, of New York City, was b. 27 Sept., 1840, at White 

Plains, N. Y. Catharine B. Burtuett, daughter of Daniel and 

Eliza (Bertholph) Burtuett, was b 20 June, 1S45, New York 

City.) 

Child, b. New York City. 

12852. I. Charles Wolcott, b. 22 July, 1893, 

11W2. Mary F. Phelps, b. Little Mountain, 
Ohio, 11 Sept., 1870, m. 23 Dec, 1891, M. J. Wright Pierson, 
son of Julius E. and Mary (Wright) Pierson. He was b, Rut- 
land, Ohio, 27 Aug., 18(14. Resided in Kirtland and Little 

Mountain. 

Children: 

12853. I. Agnes Grace (Pierson), b. Kirtland, O., 5 

Feb., 1S93. 

12854. II- Annette Eliza " b. " " 4 

April, 1894. 

12855. III. Rex Abram " b. Little Moun- 

tain, 21 Sept., 1895. 



Tenth Generation. I2 45 

11989. Elizabeth Mitchell, b. Columbus, 
Ohio, Oct. 2, 1864, m. Dec. 8, 1S92, James Henry Hehl. 

Child: 

12856. I. James Henry (Hehl), b. Sept. 19, 1S93. 

11990. Fanny Mit.chell, b. Columbus, Ohio, 
April 13, 1869, d. Aug. 12, 1893, m. June 24, 1891, Edward 
Barry Wall, b. , d. April 1, 1894. 

Child: 

12857. I. Edward Barry (Wall), b. July 28, 1893. 

12017. Harriet Holley Warfield, b. Lex- 
ington, Ky., 25 July, 1847, m. 27 July, 1867, Robert Morrow 
Kelley, b. Lexington, Ky., where he settled. He is a lawyer. 

Children, b. Lexington, Ky.: 

12858. I. Elisha Warfield (Kelley), b. 9 April, 1S68. 

12859. II. Elizabeth B. " b. 23 Aug., 1S69. 

1 2860. III. Margaret Ford. b. 23 Aug, 1869, d. 

10 July, 1870. 

12861. IV. Robert M. " b. 9 Jan., 1S71, 
12S62. V, Nellie W. " b. 7 Aug.; 1873. 
12863. VI. Hugh M. " b. 26 March, 1881. 
12S64. VII. Mary Anderson b. 28 June, 1S86. 
[2865. VIII. Lydia Cochran b. 9 Aug., 1S87. 

12024-. Harriet Holley Dall, b. Baltimore, 
Md., 27 Dec, 1S55, m. Spencer Aldrich, in Jersey City, 3 
Oct., 1878. He was son of Hiram Aldrich, a lawyer of New 
York City, born there. He settled in New York City, and 
lived there and on Long Island. He is a lawyer, practicing 
in New York City. 

Children, b, New York City : 

12S66. I. Louisa Dall (Aldrich), b. 1 Oct., 1879. 

12867. II- Spencer Wymau " b. 12 March, 1S82. 

1286S. III. Mary Austin " b. 22 Feb. , 1S84. 

12869. IV. Helen Hudson b. 25 Aug., 1886. 

12026. William Brand Dall, b. Baltimore, 
Md - , 1858, m. Virginia Lay Holbert, 8 April, 1S68. 
Mr. Dall is a lawyer in Brooklyn, N. Y. 



i2j(> Tenth Genera Ho n . 

Child, b. Brooklyn. N. Y. : 
12870. I. Anna Corbin (Dall), b. Feb., 1887. 

12032. Harriet Holley Brand, b. Browns- 
ville, Mo., 10 May, i860, m. Charles H. Hening, Oct., 1878. 
Settled in Brownsville, Mo. 

Child, b. Brownsville, Mo.: 

C2871, I. Horace (Hening), b. 26 Nov., 1879. 

12033. Harriet Holley Burr, b. Lexing- 
ton, Ky., 10 July, 1858, m. Shonon Clay Douglas, 8 Sept., 
1880, in St. Louis, Mo. He was son of Alexander Douglas, 
a lawyer of St. Louis. 

Mr. Douglas is a lawyer settled in Kansas City, where he 
practiced law, and where he has been appointed Judge. 

Children, b. Kansas City : 

12872. I. William Brand (Douglas), b. 29 May, 1882. 

12873. II- Alexander " b. 19 July, 1884. 
12S74. III. Shonon Clay " b. 29 Sept. , 18S7. 

12035. Lieut. Edward Burr, b. Lexington, 
Ky., 19 May, 1859, m. Catharine Green, 24 July, 1886, in 
Portland, Oregon. She was daughter of Henry Green, and 
was b. Portland, Oregon. 

Lieut. Burr graduated at West Point, the first in the class 
of 1 88 1, and was located in Portland, Oregon. 

Child, b. Portland, Oregon : 

12875. I- Henry L. (Burr). 

1*2037. Charles Brand Burr, b. Lexington, 
Ky., in. Josephine Morris, 28 April, 1885, in Clarksville, 
Teun. She was daughter of William Morris, and was b. 
Kirkwood, Mo. 

Mr. Burr settled in Kirkwood, Mo. 

Child, b. Kirkwood, Mis.: 

12876, I. James Lawrence (Burr). 

12093. Oliver Phelps, b. Turin, N. Y., 
about 1840, m. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Houseville, Louis Co., N. Y. 

Children, b. Houseville, N. Y. : 



Tenth Generation. I2 4-7 

12877. I. Cora, b. 1869. 

12878. II. Dwight, b. 1872. 

l'20t)-l-. Foster Phelps, b. Turin, X. Y., 
about 1843, 111. Lydia Larkin. 
. Mr. Phelps settled in Houseville, N. Y., later in Turin, 
X. Y. 

Child, b. Turin, X. Y.: 
+ 12X7Q. I. Foster, b. 1863, m. Annie Larkin in 18S4. 

12096. Harrison Phelps, b. Meudota, 111., 
about 1845. 
 Mr. Phelps settled in Meudota, 111. 

Child, b. Meudota, 111.: 
[2880. I. Ernest, b. about 1870. 

12099. Homer Phelps, b. Meudota, 111., 
about 1852., 111. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Meudota, 111. 

Children, b. Meudota, 111.: 

12881. I. Willie. 

12SS2. II. A daughter. 

1*2102. Rev. James Duaxe Phelps, A. B. A. 
M.. b. Martinsburgh, X. Y., 12 April, 1848, m. Helen II. 
Weaver, at Fluiira, X. Y., 19 June, 1878. She was daughter 
of Erastus W\ and Fanny H. (Dryer) Weaver, and was b. 
Penfield, X. Y., 3 Sept., 1853. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated at the Syracuse University, 
class 1876. He was principal of Cazenovia Seminary, and'the 
Genesee Wesleyan Seminary at Lima, X. Y., and has been 
pastor of the 1st M. E. Church, Utica, the 1st M. E. Church, 
Rochester, X. Y., Delaware Avenue M. E. Church, Buffalo, 
X. Y., Central M. E. Church, Maiden, Mass., and Plymouth 
M. E. Church, Buffalo, X. Y., where he was living in 1890, 

Children : 
12883. I. Ray Weaver, b. Elmira, X. Y., 28 Sept., 

1879. 
12S84. II. Dean Forrest, b. Cazenovia, X. Y., 22 

Aug., 1 88 1. 



I2J.8 . Tenth (reiteration . 

[2885. III. Frank Erastus, b. Cazenovia, X. Y., 11 
July. 1883. 

12886, IV. Harold Duntou, b. Lima, N. V.. 5 Oct., 

1 886. 

12887. V. James Feuton, b. Maiden, Mass., 16 March, 

18S9. 

12103. Mary Elmira Phelps, b. Martins- 
burgh, X. Y.. 19 May. 1S4C), m. Rev. Lewis Duntou, D. D., 
15 Oct., 1873. He was son of Lorenzo Merrit and Mary 
(Seymour) Duntou, and was b, Martins burgh, X. Y., 22 
Sept., 184S. He is principal of Clafiin University, Orange- 
burgh, S. C. 

Mrs. Duuton was graduated from the French Academy in 
Paris, and is an expert linguist and teaches the French and 
German languages in Clafliu University, Xo issue. 

12104. Mary Elizabeth Phelps, b. Martins- 
burgh, X. Y., 13 Sept., 1856, m. Levi L. Farnham. in Syra- 
cuse, X. Y., 24 June, 1880. He was son of David C. and 
Juliette (Mason) Farnham, and was b. North Hannibal, X. Y., 
30 April, 1851. He settled in Oswego, X. Y., where he is a 
merchant. He has resided in Syracuse and Baldwinsville, 
X. Y., Ogden, Utah, and North Hannibal. X. Y. 

Children: 
12S8S. I. Lawrence Phelps (Farnham), b. Syracuse, 

X. Y., 26 April. 1881. 
12889. II. Ward Mason (Farnham), b. Baldwinsville, 

X. Y., 17 Feb.. 1883. 
12S90. III. Franklin D. (Farnham), b. Baldwinsville, N. 

Y., 7 May. [884, d. 8 Oct., 1S84. 
[2891. IV. Henry Allen (Farnham), b. Baldwinsville, 

X. Y.. 51 July, 1SS6. 
12X02. V. Elsie May (Farnham), b. 1 Nov., 1887. 

12893. VI. Lewis Amos b. Ogden, Utah, 22 

March, 1893. 

12894. VII. Helen Orena b. North Hannibal, N, 

Y. , 1 o June, 1 894. 

12109. Charles Johnson Phelps, b. Martins- 
burgh, X. Y., 13 May. [850, m. Delia J. Drake, 8 Nov., 1870. 
Mr, Phelps settled in Gleudale, X. Y. 



Tenth Generation. 12/f.g 

Children, b. Turin, N. Y.: 

12895. I. Herbert E., b. 11 Sept., 1871. Res. Brook- 

lyn, N. Y. 

12896. II. Edith Louisa, d. young. 

12897. III. E. Maynora, b. 15 Aug., 1855. 

12111. Gertrude Ada Phelps, b. Martins- 
burgh, N. Y., 15 Jan., 1855, m. Walter J, Piatt, 22 Oct., 
1872. 

Mr. Piatt settled in Turin, N. Y., where his wife d. 14 
July, 1892. 

Children, b. Turin, X. Y.: 

12898. I. Heman E. (Piatt), d. 29 May, 1S93. 

12899. Ir - Bertha " b. 13 Nov., 1880. 

1211-1. Howard Dennis Phelps, b. Martins- 
burgh, X. Y., 7 May, 1867, m. Minnie L. Morgan, 22 May, 
1889. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Houseville. X. Y. 

Child, b. Houseville, X. Y. : 

12900. I. Lucy A., b. 12 July, 1891. 

12110 Frank D. Phelps, b. Wellington, 
Ohio, 13 Jan., [868, 111. Mary E. Sheldon, 17 Sept., 1890. She 
was daughter of Amos D. and C. Malvina (Childs) Sheldon, 
and was b. Whittlesey, Ohio, 11 July, 1867. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Wellington, Ohio. 

Children, b. Wellington, Ohio: 

1 2901. I. Hazel Grace, b. 5 Aug., 1892. 

r 29D2. II. Ray Everett, b, 28 Dec, 1893. 

12903. III. Dan Evan, b, 15 Dec, 18S5. 

12120. Ykrne E. Phelps, b, Wellington, 
Ohio, 14 Feb., 1877, m. R. S. Eedyard,20 June. 1895. Settled 
in Wellington, Ohio. 

Child, b. Wellington. Ohio : 

12904. I. E. A. (Ledyard), b. 14 Aug., 1896. 

12125. Alice Madeline Phelps, b. Win- 
chester, Ct., Feb. 26, 1861, m. at Winchester, Ct., by Rev. 
A. Goodeuough, June 6, 18S3, Oscar P. Hurlbut. 

(H-27) 



1250 Tenth Generation. 

Children, b. Winchester, Ct.: 

12905. I. Bertha Alice (Hurlbut), b. June 16, 1884. 

12906. II. Lester Rufus " b. Aug. 6, 1885. 

12907. III. Ethel Kate " b. Dec. 21, 1886, d. 

Feb., 18S7. 
12128. Lucy Marion Phelps, b. Winchester, 
Ct., Sept 30, 1871, m. Oct. n, 1893, John J. Guildford. 
Children, b. Winchester, Ct.: 

12908. I. Harvey Elliott (Guildford), b. Nov. S, 1895. 

12909. II. Helen Gertrude b. July 17,1897. 

1*214-1. Lucy Hurlbut Phelps, b. Valatie, 
N. Y. 26 July, 1859, 111. Edson P. Packman, 27 Oct., 1SS0. 
Settled in Niverville, N. Y. 

Children, b. Niverville, N. Y. : 

12910. I. Louisa Mary (Packman), b. 23 Sept., 18S1, 

d. young. 

12911. II. George Lemuel (Packman), b. 1 April, 18S7, 

d. 31 Aug., 1888, 

1214-2. Mary Proseus Phelps, b. Yalatie, 
N. Y., 21 Dec, 1862, m. Charles L. Krafft, 27 Aug., 1884. 
Settled in Albany, N. Y. 

Child, b. Albany, N. Y.: 

12912. I. Mary Boardman (Krafft), b. 11 Dec, 1SS5. 

1214-3. Frederick Allen Phelps, b. Valatie, 
N. Y., 6 Sept., 1864, 111. 25 May, 18S7, Sadie A. Bristol, b. 
Bristol, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Naugatuck, Ct. His wife d. Water- 
bury, Ct., 5 Nov,, 1888. 

Child, b. Naugatuck, Ct.: 

12913. I. Pauline Allen, b. 5 Nov., 1888. 

12144. Frank Miller Phelps, b. Kinder- 
hook, N. Y., 7 Sept., 1872, 111. Ida Heushaw, at Blooming- 
ton, 111., Nov., 1892. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Bloomiugton, 111. 

Children, b. Bloomiugton, 111.: 

12914. I. William Henry, b. July, 1893. 

12915. II. Henry Lee, b. Sept., 1895. 



Tenth Generation. 1251 

12184-. Hon. Roswell Harvey Phelps, b. 
East Gran by, Ct., Jan. 15, 1S45. As a young man he was a 
teacher in Delaware, California and Connecticut, for about 
six years, and for the following fifteen years a short hand re- 
porter, and about 1883 was private secretary for Mark Twain 
on a Mississippi trip getting material for a book. 

He took up his residence in East Granby in 1S87, was 
elected Judge of Probate in 1896, and re-elected in 1898, each 
time being the nominee of both parties. He is unmarried 
and is of the tenth generation direct descent from William 
Phelps the emigrant, the line being William, Joseph, Joseph, 
Joseph, Joseph, Joseph, Roswell, Roswell Homer, Richard 
Harvey, Roswell Harvey. 

12186. Dr. William G. Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 24 May, 1849, m. Edith C. Foulk, 7 Oct., 1873. She was 
b. -Milford, Del. 

Dr. Phelps was a dental surgeon, and resided in Milford, 
Del., and Galena, Md., where he d. 19 Nov., 1889, and was 
buried in East Granby, Ct., in the old cemetery where six 
generations of his ancestors were buried. 

Children, b. Milford, Del.: 

12916. I. Edith Mindwell, b. 9 Nov., 1S74. A. junior 

in Boston University school of medicine. 

12917. II. Roswell F,, b. 22 April, 1877. He was 

grad. at Amherst, and is taking a post 
graduate course at Harvard. 

12187. Alline Lydia Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 4 Oct., 1851, m. 13 Oct., 1875, George Hoff, b. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., where he resided until 1S97, where he removed 
with his family to East Granby, Ct., where he died Aug. 20, 
1898. 

Children, b, Lincoln, Del.: 

12918. I. Laura E. (Hoff), b. 19 Aug., 1876. 

12919. II. Henry Phelps (Hoff), b. 26 Dec, 1877. 

12189. Edward P. Oakley, b. Taylor's Falls, 
Minn., Jan. 24, 1S59, m. Carrie Williams, b. April 6, 1863, d. 
Feb. 5, 1893. 

He m. 2nd Aug. 17, 1896, Belle Bundv. 



I2§2 Tenth Generation . 

Res. Cortland, Ohio. 

Children : 

12920. I. Mert Leverne (Oakley), b. June 30, 1885. 

12921. II. Lloyd Lewis b. April 29, 188S. 

12922. III. Ada Abiah b. July 22, 1892. 

12101. Lota Oakley, b. Cortland, Ohio, Jan. 

8, 1862, m. Edgar J. Regal, b. , d. 1S90. She 111. 2nd 

Charles J. Osmer. 

Child by first husband : 

12923. I. Fern M. (Regal), b. Jan. 20, 1885. 

12196. Charles Yoke, b. State Line, Penn , 
Feb. 28, 1859, in. March 24, 1SS1, Eliza Parks. He m. 2nd 
Annie Fitzgerald. 

Child, by first wife : 

12924. I. Warren (Yoke), b. Feb. 14, 1882. 

Child, by second wife : 

12925. II. Bessie (Yoke), b. Feb. 14, 1893, d. O ct - 26 > 

1895. 

12200. Henry Kirby Smith Woods, b, Bond- 
ville, Ky., Aug. 13, 1S62, m. Jan. 30, 1894, Mary Louise 
Demaree, b. June 3, iSjo, d. Sept. 8, 1897. 
Res. Bondville, Ky. 

Child, b. Bondville, Ky.: 

12926. I. Anna Rose Morse (Woods), b. Aug, 1, 1896. 

12210. Lueli.a Lillian Lawyer, b. James- 
town, Penn., July 2, 1870, m. Mack Hall. 

Child, b. Cherry Valley, Ohio : 

12927. I. Frances Helen (Hall), b. Jan. 10, 1S90. 

12212. Eva May Lawyer, b. Jamestown, 
Penn., July 2, 1878, m. 1893, Anson Pelor. 
Child, b. Jamestown, Penn.: 

12928. I. Raymond (Pelor), b. July 12, 1894, d. Nov. 

5, 1894. 

12227. Minnie Lee Smith, b. Springfield, 
Mass., Oct. 5, 1859, m. at Springfield, Mass., Oct. 8, 1889, 



Tenth Generation. i 2 53 

Norman Norton Fowler, b. Agawam, Mass., Oct. 24, 1857, 
son of George and Mar}- Ann (Hazen) Fowler. 
Res. Springfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

12929. $ I. Constance (Fowler), b. Dec. 25, 1S90. 

12930. II. William Smith b. July 18, 1892. 

1293 1. III. Royal Wood b. May 22, 1895. 

12230. Charles Benjamin Sheldon, b. May. 
23, 1S60, m. June 20, 1888, Lettie Austin. 

Children : 

12932. I. Alfred Charles (Sheldon), b. April 20, 1893. 

12933. II. Walter Austin b. Dec. 18, 1894. 

12934. III. Lawrence Mather " b. May 19, 1897. 

12232. Sarah Jane Sheldon, b. Dec. 5,1863, 
111. Feb. 3, 1892, Edwin Selden Seymour. 

Children : 

12935. I- Harriet Esther (Seymour), b. Oct. 20, 1892. 

12936. II. Carrie May b. April 25,1894. 

12937. HI. Mary Emma b. Aug. 26,1895. 

12938. IV. Ruby Sheldon " b. Dec. 12, 1896. 

12*234-. Edwin John Sheldon, b. Oct. 27, 

1869, m. Aug. 31, 1SS6, Mrs. Clara (Van Gelder) Easton, b. 

, d. Nov., 1893. 

Children : 

12939? I- William Harrison (Sheldon), b. Aug. 1, 

[888, d. June 18, 1889. 

12940. II. Edwin Raymond (Sheldon), b. Aug, 16, 

1891. 

12235. Mary Eliza Sheldon, b. Oct. 20,1861, 

m. May 6, 1885, Henry Rising Hemenway. Res. Suffield, 

Ct. 

Children : 

12941. I. May Elizabeth (Hemenway), b. Aug. 9, 

1S87. 

12942. II. Henrietta Rising b. April 26, 

1893. 

12943. HI. Helen Sheldon " b. Oct. 24, 

1894. 



1251 



Tenth Generation. 



12239. Minnie Louisa Griffin, b, April 18, 
1873, 111. June 5, iSg5, Junie O. Banning. Res. East Hart- 
land, Ct. 

Child : 

12944. I- Mabel Lorena (Banning), b, Sep|. 5, 1896. 

12260. Jessie Colby, 1>. Wayne, Ohio, Feb 

20, 1865, m. Sept. 12, 1 88 1, Harmon Tidd. 

Children : 

12945. I. Raymond (Tidd), b. Feb. 19, 1882. 

12946. II. Florence b. Dec. 10, 1S84. 

12947. HI. Harland " b. Sept. 7, 1887. 

12948. IV. Alice b. Jan. 11, 1891. 

12949. V. Theresa b. May 13, 1894. 

12950. VI, James Watson (Tidd), b. Aug. 15, 1896. 

12261. Agnes Colby, b. Wayne, Ohio, Oct. 1, 
1S67, m. March 21, 1887, James HooYer. 

Children : 

12951. I. Elinor (Hoover), b. Feb. 18, 1888. 

12952. II. Holly " b. Oct. 31, 1891. 

12953. III. Beatrice " b. July 26, 1896. 

12262. Kate Colby, b. Wayne, Ohio, Aug. 2, 
1869, 111. Oct. 31, 1892, Byron Fanner. 

Children : 

12954. I- I y y (Fanner), b. Sept. 1, 1S93. 

12955. II. Warie " b. Dec. 3, 1S95. 



O'ixr 



1235 



Charles Welton Norton, b. Nor- 



folk, Ct., April 11, 1863, m. March 23, 1887, Ella Skinner, of 
Waterloo, Iowa. 

Res. Waterloo, Iowa. 

Children : 

12956. I. Verne A. (Norton), b. Nov. 16, 1S92, d. 

Jan. 28, 1S94. 

12957. IF Roscoe Albert (Norton), b. March 3, 1895. 

12*>(>*2. Anson Vosburg Norton, b. New 
Jersey, Oct. 5, 1869, 111. Aug. 27, 1895, Katie Titus of New 
Jersey. 



Tenth Generation. I2 55 

Res. New Jersey. 

Child : 

12958. I. Harold Edward (Norton), b. Sept. 20, 1896. 

12365. James William Brasie, b. Lime Rock, 
Ct,, Feb. 1, 1868, m. July .5, 1S90, Minnie Graves Cooke, b. 
Gaylordsville, Ct., May 14, 1867, dan. of Rollin Hillyer and 
Mary Amelia (Graves) Cooke, of Winsted, Ct., and Pittsfield, 
Muss. 

Res. Winsted, Ct. 

Children, b. Winsted, Ct.: 

12959. I- Minnie Cooke (Brasie), b. Ma}' 23, 1S91, 

12960. II. Genevieve Norton " b. Aug. 30, 1897. 

12961. III. Florence Mary b. March 14, 1899. 

12508. Adalixk Phelps, b. Meriton, Out., 
about 1862, m. 21 Sept., 1882, Donald Stuart, b. Sugar 
Grove, Pa., 25 April, 1843, son of James and Margaret 
Stewart. He settled in Sugar Grove, Pa. 

Child, b. Sugar Grove, Pa.: 

12962. I. Rodman (Stuart), b. 19 Sept., 1883. 

12963. II. Donald Phelps (Stuart), b. 2 Nov., 1889, d. 

7 Nov., 1889. 

12673. Hattie Leonora Beall Phelps, b. 
Independence, Iowa, Aug. 23, 1873, m. June 23, 1898, George- 
T. Blamer, b. Sept. 20, 187 1, son of Thomas B. and Edna D. 
Blamer. 

Child : 

12964. I. George Phelps (Blamer), b, June 17, 1899. 

12787. Emily Angeeine Phelps, b. Provi- 
dence, R. I., 21 Dec, 1850. Settled in Bristol, R. I., m. 
D. LeClare, 1879. 

12965. I. Henry Joseph (LeClare). 

12966. II. Elizabeth Matilda. " 

12700. Susan Jane Phelps, b. Bristol, R. I., 
25 Sept., 186S, m. 2 Feb., 1886, Chester Eugene Wilcox, b. 
Providence, R. I., 26 Jan., 1865, d. there 1889. 

She m. 2nd, 19 Dec, 1893, Thomas Emery Adams, b. 13 
March, 1854. Settled in Providence. 



I2j6 Tenth Generation. 

Children, b. Providence, by ist husband : 

12967. I. Clifford Allen (Wilcox), b. 17 Nov., 1886. 

12968. II. Allen Eugene " b. 11 April, 1888. 



ELEVENTH GENERATION. 

12879. Foster Phelps, b. Turin, N. Y., 
1863, 111. 1SS4, Annie Larkiu. 

Children, b. Turin, N. Y.: 

12969. I. Maria, b. 1S86. 

12970. II. Alice, b. 1 891. 

1 297 1. III. Sylviua, b. 1893. 

End of descendants of William Phelps. 

Note. — Many received too late for insertion in the fore- 
going, will be found in additions and corrections at end of 
this volume. 



GEORGE PHELPS THE EMIGRANT 

1630, 

1. George Phelps, (Note. No. 17 on page 72, 
volume I), b. Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, about 
1606, emigrated to New England, then unmarried, with his 
elder brother William, wife and family, sailing from Plymouth, 
England, 20 March, 1630, in the ship Mary and John, of 400 
tons burden, Capt. Squab, Master, with about 140 passengers. 
Lauding at Nantasket, now Hull, 30 May, 1630, settling in 
Dorchester, Mass., with his brother and others of the Rev. 
Mr. Warham's Church, the first settlers of Dorchester. 

From Dorchester records we learn that "Jauy. 1632, George 
Phelps, with others, is to have the great lot of six acres a 
piece, next to the great lots laid out toward Neponsit, by 
Maverick, Warham, Gaylord and Rockwell ;" 28 Oct. 1634, 
George Phelps chosen one of ten men " to order the affairs of 
the Colony, for one year." 6 May, 1635, George Phelps 
chosen a Freeman. 

In the Fall of 1635 he removed to the founding of Windsor, 
Ct., with the Rev. Mr. Warham's Church, of which he was a 
member, in all about sixty. He located in Windsor, at the 
junction of the Farmington and Great (now Connecticut) 
rivers, on the second lot south of the Eoomis property, as 
may be seen on map (opposite page 76) of Ancient Windsor. 
Of this location, says Marshall in his Ancestry of Gen Craut, 

Mr. Joseph Eoomis selected as a Homestead one of the most 
desirable places in Windsor. It was located in the north end 
of what is called the Island, overlooking the Farmington 
River, and commanding an extensive view of the surround- 
ing country, including the Connecticut valley, the Windsor 
meadows, and the mountains on the east. No finer location 
in Windsor could have been selected by Mr. Loomis, while 
his near neighbors were Henry Wolcott, George Phelps, and 
Matthew Allen who were the best of the pioneer families." 

Mr. Phelps m. for his first wife Phillury Randall, at Wind- 
sor, in 1637, daughter of Philip Randall, b. in England, and 



1260 Descendants of George Phelps. 

emigrated to New England in ship Mary and John with his 
father Goodman Randall in Dorchester, in 1630, and Windsor 
in 1635. She was a member of the Rev. Mr. Warham's 
Church in Dorchester. She died in Windsor, 29 April, 1648. 
By her he had six children. He m. 2nd widow Frances 
Dewey, 16 Nov., 1648. He was her third husband. She m. 
for her 1st husband Joseph Clark. He was son of one of 
three brothers William, Thomas and George, but which one 
we do not know. 

Says " Harris " these three brothers Clark were in Dor- 
chester in 1640, where they died soon after, and nearly at the 
same time. 

A gravestone was erected to their memory, with this in- 
scription : — 

' Here lie three Clarks ; their accounts are even, 
Entered on Earth and carried up to Heaven." 

Her children by Joseph Clark her first husband, were : 

I. John Clark. 
IE Mary " m. John Strong, Jr, 

She m. 2nd Thomas Dewey in 1638 or 1639 — from Sand- 
wich, England, to Dorchester 1633 to Windsor 1638 where he 
died, 27 March, 1748. The children were: 

I, Thomas Dewey, b. Windsor, Ct. 16 Feb., 1640. 
IE Josiah bap. " " 10 Oct., 1641. 

III. Anna " bap. " " 15 Oct., 1643. 

IV. Israel " b. " "25 Sept., 1645. 
V. Jedediah " b. " " 15 Dec, 1847. 

Says the Doc. His. Ct. The estate of Thomas Dewey, late 
of Windsor, Ct., deceased was distributed by the Court as 
follows : To his widow ^60, to his oldest son Thomas ^30, 
to each of his other four children ,£20 each, the daughters' 
fortune to be paid at the age of eighteen, the sons at the age 
of twenty-one, the relict giving sufficient security to the 
children before marrying again. By her third husband, Mr. 
Phelps, she had three children. She lived in Westfield, 
Mass., and d. 27 Sept. 1690. 

Thomas Dewey left lands to his daughter, wife of George 
Phelps, near what was recently Dr. Wilson's residence; in 



First Generation. 1261 

1670 Mr. Phelps made over this land to the Rev. Nathaniel 
Chauncey, who was then Colleague Pastor of the First 
Society in Windsor. 

From Henry Wolcott's memo., Oct., 1640. — " While Mr. 

Hunt was preaching to to the good people of Windsor, from 
Romans 12-17, during the lecture George Phelps's house was 
burned so that it (the house) went over." 

From J. H. Hayden's manuscript — '' Lot granted one and 
one-half rods wide to George Phelps, on which he first resided 
on the Island, west side of the street. House burned in 1640. 
No house appears on the lot, when it was sold to Samuel 
Wolcott in 1660. After the fire he resided on the Dewe3' lot, 
first North of the Palisado, until he removed to Westfield." 

From records 11 May. 1657-8 — " A troop of thirty Horses, 
the first in the Colony, was organized by the General Court, 
and placed under the command of Capt. John Mason. On the 
list of Troopers presented to the Court and allowed, was, with 
others from Windsor, George Phelps. 

June 1659-60— 'What dwelling houses are in the town, 
that the owners of them have paid for seats in the Meeting 
House" — George Phelps six shillings, (the highest price paid 
that year was seven shillings.) 

11 Nov., 1661. — George Phelps and Matthew Grant a Com- 
mittee for south part of the town, to see "what each man will 
voluntarily and freely give Mr. Warham for the year." 

22 Aug., 1651. — George Phelps bought 1000 young trees 
from Mr. Wolcott, to pay two pence per tree, one half in 
peas, j£4, 3s, 2d, 

Mr. Phelps, with part of his family and the children of 
Mrs. Phelps by her second husband, removed to the settling 
of Westfield, Mass. in 1670. We find him enrolled in Wind- 
sor, 11 Oct., 1669. Some of his children had probably 
removed there some years previous. 

As to the settlement of Westfield. Mass., we find as early 
as 1662, at the May Court, men who appear to have been from 
Windsor, Ct., and Dorchester, Mass., petitioning the General 
Court, and representing themselves as in want of land, and 
asking for a tract six miles square in Woronoco (the Indian 
name for West Springfield), to be joined to the farms of the 
late Hon. Maj. Gen, Atherton, and Capt. Roger Clapp of 



1 262 Desce?idajits of George Phelps. 

Dorchester, to whom it appears grants had before been made. 
This petition was signed by fifteen men. This scheme must 
have miscarried, as no considerable settlement had been 
formed in 1666, and only one of the fifteen petitioners could 
be found, as having a title by possession by residing for five 
years. 

We find at a meeting in Worouoco. (West Springfield) 21 
Jan., 1669-70, "Woted, that James Cornish, George Phelps 
and Thomas Dewey, go to Springfield, the first Tuesday in 
February, at a town meeting to propound the town for a set- 
tlement of our place and affairs. In particular to define 
where the line shall run, between Springfield and us, and to 
appoint to lay out the boundary granted us, by the Hon. 
General Court, and to allow us to be a township by ourselves, 
and signify the same to the Honorable Court." 

In 1675. we find him in company with Capt. Holbrooke 
petitioning the General Court for privilege to sell lauds of one 
Elijah Hart, for his benefit, he being of age, but not of ability 
to manage the same, which was property left him by his 
father; this was granted by the General Court. 

Says Stiles— " Mr. Phelps's public services seem to have 
been performed chiefly in the Jury, both in Hartford, and 
Springfield, Mass. 

Says Barber of George Phelps and the Indians — " It is re- 
corded that Mr. Phelps who lived in Shepard's Lane, return- 
ing from his work in Pochosic, coming to the fording of the 
Great River, when he saw three Indians in the River: as they 
were coming towards him, he considered his situation perilous, 
but clapping his hands and crying out ' Here they are, my 
boys, we'have them", at which the Indians took the alarm 
and fled." In the County laud records of Springfield, Vol. 
A. P-i 10 we find: — 

" This present writing made the second of April, one thou- 
sand six hundred and eighty seaven, in the third yeare of our 
Soveraign Lord King James the second, betweene George 
Phelps, of Westfield, in the County of Hampshire, in the 
Collony called Massachusetts, with the free will and consent 
of ffraucis his beloved wife of the one party and John Gun of 
the Town, County, and Colony aforesaid, of the other party. 



First Generation. 1263 

Witnesseth that the said George Phelps, for and in consid- 
eration of a valuable sum or consideration to him in hand 

paid and secured by said John Gun doth fully sell 

severall parcells of land lying & being within the bounds of 

Westfield aforesaid which are as followeth 

11 April 1687 ffrancis f. P. phelps, 

his 

George X Phelps, 

mark 

Witnesses : " 

James Cornish, Isaac Phelps, Jedediah Dewey. 

From this it appears that he deeded considerable of his prop- 
erty in Westfield, to John Gun, which would indicate that 
he again intended removing to Windsor, Ct. This he did 
not do, as he died 8 May, 1687. 

On the 6th. day of June 1687, Frances Phelps Relict of 
George Phelps came before John Pynchon "one of his 
Majesties Councill", and acknowledged the above instrument 
to be her free act etc. And March 5, 1688 -Isaac Phelps and 
Jedediah Dewey, came before the same "mee" and made oath 
that they saw George Phelps sign, seal and deliver to said 
John Gun, abov,e mentioned and that "hee the said George 
Phelps had a good consideration of laud in Windsor, Ct, of 
John Gun for it, which made the said Phelps free and well 
satisfied in do in 5^ it. 



"is 



The following is.aCopy of Mr. Phelps's Will : 

The last Wil and Testament of George Phelps of Westfield, 
in Hampshire deceased &c prsented to the Judge of the Pre- 
rogative Corte, for Hampshire, in his Ma tiei Territory of 
New England, June 6, 1687. 

April : ye 24th : 16S3 : The last Wil 6c Testam' of George 
Phelps of Westfield, in the County of Hampshire, in the Col- 
ony of the Massachusetts Company, who being cracy of Body 
though yet my Memory of understanding by God's Goodness 
is continued : yet not knowing the tyme of my departure w c 
I wait for, & Desire to commit 1113- Soule to God that gave it 
& my Body to christian Burial ; & Leave this as my Last 
Will. Concerning my wife If it shall please God to continue 
her after me, & concerning my children : And before I come 



i26 y Descendants of George Phelps. 

to the disposal of my outward Estate, I desire thanke fully 
to acknowledge y e g' and abundant Goodness of God to me in 
takeing care of mee & providing for me the Comforts of this 
life, the hopes of a better, in and through the abund* riches of 
his grace through Jesus Christ : And I desire to Leave this as 
a word of most solemn & weighty counsel to my deare child- 
ren, firstly and chiefly above al things that they cleave to 
God, & to the Covenant of his grace w tl: al theire hart, & 
with al their souls Laboring in sincerity to keep his Covenant 
& to walke in his wayes, to observe his statutes & do y m , & 
to associate y ra selves w th them that feare God to live in Love 
.X: peace both one w th another & w tb al men, that so the God 
of Love & peace may dwel w tb them & keep them in bis feare 
& crown y m w th his blessings especially w th spiritual blessings 
in C bt Jesus. 

Concerning my Dear wife, J exhort my children to be 
careful & tender of her, Loveiug and duty ful towards her in al 
things, that she want nothing that may be necessary to her 
comfortable subsistence, to hearken & attend to her Counsel 
from time to time : and I give unto my wife, all my bedding, 
^v house hold stuffe for her use & to be at her free dispose at 
her decease, And twenty pounds w ch is due to me from Tahan 
Graunt of Windsor, if she need it not herselfe, to be disposed 
of by her to such of her relations as she shall judge have 
most need : And for her maiutainence while she lives, I give 
unto my wife Two pounds fifteen shillings p Annum, to be 
paid by my Son Joseph Phelps of Windsor, in halfe wheate, 
and the other halfe Indian Corn, during her life : Also I give 
unto my wife six pounds per Avium to be paid by my three 
Youngest Sons, Jacob, John & Nathaniel, each of them forty 
shilling, to be yearly paid during her life : further Igiveunto 
my wife the use of my Land at Windsor, w th Lyes on the east 
side of the great River, being Ten Rods in breadth more or 
less, & a quarter part of y' orch ard & if these be expended & 
the use of yearly income be not sufficient for her comfortable 
maintenance, then a part of al this Land shal be disposed of 
as need shall be : But if the Sale of this Laud be not needed 
for my wives necessary use whilst she lives, then after her 
decease w th what other Lauds, now in Comou may fal to me at 
Windsor, I give to my Sons as followeth : 



First Generation. ^26^ 

To my son Isaac a Third Part, & to my son Joseph a Third 
part, *S: the remaining third part I give to my sons Jacob, 
John and Nathaniel: Also I give to my Son Abraham three 
pounds to be paid by my three youngest sons, Jacob, John 
and Nathaniel: Also I give to my son Jacob, four acres of 
the Northerly end of my home lot here in West feild, w tb the 
house, barns & orchard upon it, only reserving one end of the 
house for my wife whilst she lives: And seeing he hath al 
my buildings here, he shall help his brothers John & Nathan- 
iel, if ye build in Westfeild, each of them a month work 
w ' his own hands, & his Team six days: And a third part of 
the fruit of the orchard to John, if he live here, &a third part 
to Nathaniel for seven yeeres after the date here of. They 
maintaining each of y m a third part of the fence of the orchard: 
Also I give to my son Jacob a third part of my Meadow Lands 
in Westfield, the whole being in estimation four score acres: 
ffurther I give to my son John al my land on the East side of 
the Highway at my house, w th the Low Laml by the River, 
for an home lot, one third part of my meadow Land in West- 
feild, the whole being in estimation So acres. 

I give my son Nathaniel the remainder of my House Lot, 
being about seven acres & one third part of my Meadow in 
Westfeild, the whole being in estimation four score acres. 

I give to in)- son Isaac, the best coats of my wearing ap- 
parel, & my Mare, the colt I give to his son Isaac my grand 
child: the rest of my wearing apparel, I give to my vSons 
Jacob, John and Nathaneel, That this is my last wil & testa- 
m' if I doe not otherwise order befor ray Decease. I testify by 
subscribing my hand; And doe desire Ensign Luhies & my 
Son Isaac Phelps be over seers, & take care that my Last will 
be pformed to the true Intent & meaning thereof: And I doe 
order my three youngest Sous to se al my Just debts paid. 
And if anything appeare dubious, or any difficulty arise in or 
by the Interpreting, or understanding of my wil or anything 
relating thereunto, I order it may be referred to the hearing 
& determination of o r Reverend Pastor Mr. Taylor and Ensign 
Lumes, whom I impower to determine the same as they shal 

(H-28) 



1266 Descendants of George Phelps. 

Judge right; That this is my Last wil .S: Testament I testify 
by subscribing my hand the day & year- before mentioned. 

the Marke >>. 
of George Phelps. 
Subscribed in the presence of 
Edward Taylor, 
Samuel Loonies. 
Isaac Phelps. 

P. ist lines 21-22 them them them writ dim. 

P. 2nd Over Lines y e 6 interlined thus, <S: a quarter part of 
that orchard. And if these be expended writ dim in line 
the sixth Over the 9th line interlined thus (the sale of) 
Line 22. Interlined (six days) line 23, interlined (if he 
live here). P. 3rd line 10, Interlined order 11 in 12. In- 
terlined thus whom I impower to determine the same as 
they shal Judge right. These were interlined &c. at the 
signing and evidencing of the same as attests s a hands. 

underwritten. 

George £s Phelps 
his Marke. 

June 6th, 1687, at Westfield. 

Edward Taylor. 
Samuel Loonies. 
Isaac Phelps. 

Mr. Edward Taylor .S: Samuel Loonies did Personally ap- 
peare before John Pyncheon Esq , the Judge of the Preroga- 
tive Corte for the County of Hampshire, & made oath, that 
were present at the tyme of George Phelps deceased his sign- 
ing the writing on the three sides this Instrument, & that he 
did sign it as his last Wil and Testament, and that he was of 
sound memory <S: mind to the best of their discerning, And 
Isaac, Jacob & John & Nathaneel Phelps, four of s d deceased' 
sons, are approved & Legally confirmed to be Administers 
(Administrators) to the Estate of y e s a father & to se to the 
true performance of this their said father's last wil and testa- 
ment according to the true Intents y r of. 

As attests John Holyoke, Clerke of s d Corte. 

June 15th, 1687, this is here recorded in these records for 



First Generation. 1267 

wil from the original last wil andTestam' of the above s George 
Phelps of Westfeild late deceased. 

p. John Holyoke, 

Clerke for s a Records. 

A coppy of the Inventory of the Estate of George Phelps of 
Westfeild, in Hampshire, deceased p r sented to the Judge of 
the Prerogative Corte for Hampshire, in his ma tiei Territory 
& Dominion of New England. 

An Inventory taken of the Estate of George Phelps of West- 
field, who departed this life May 8, 1687. 

lb. s. d. 
The Homestead was prized at 038.00.00 

Lands in the field 80 acres in estimation 206.00.00 
Land at Windsor at 40.00.00 

Bedding & household stuff at 18.00.00 

Wearing apparel 08.16.00 

Bookes, tooles, iron, saddle, bridle, Kersey 

cloath & other small things at 06.14.00 



317. 10.00 



This estate was taken and prized by us. 

Sam 11 Loonies. 

Jn° Sacket. 
June 4th, 1687. 

June 6th, 16S7. 

Isaac Phelps & Jacob Phelps did personal appear before the 
worship 1 Colonel John Pynchon Esq., Judge of Prerogative 
Corte in Hampshire, and made oath that this Inventory of 
. the estate of George Phelps of Westfeild, deceased is a true 
Inventory of s d estate & that if more doe appeare they wil re- 
veale it &c. And Isaac & Jacob & Jn 9 & Nathaniel Phelps, 
four of the sons of s d deceased are allowed, approved & 
Legally confirmed to be Administ ers upon the estate of y° said 
deceased & to e to the True performance of their s d fathers 
Last Wil and Testanr according to the true Intent thereof. 
as attest Jn 0- Holyoke, Clerks of s d Corte. 

entered this Inventory of y e Estate of George Phelps of 
Westfield late deceased in the booke of Records for wils 



1268 Descendants of George Phelps. 

& hiventorys for Hampshire, from the original Inventory 
of the estate of said George Phelps \vh is on file attests. 

Jno. Holyoke, Record r . 
Children by wife Phillury Randall, b. Windsor, Ct.: 
+ 2. I. Isaac, b, 26 Aug., 1638, m. Aune Gaylord. 

3. II. A child, d. 1647. 
+ 4. III. Abraham, b. 22 Jan., 1641, m, Mary Pin ney. 

5. IV. A child, d. 1647. 

6. V, Abigail, d. 1649. 

+ 7. VI. Joseph, b. 24 June, bpt. 11 July, 1647, m. 1st 
Mary Porter, 2nd Hestor Hosford. 

Children by 2nd wife, Widow Frances Dewey, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 8, VII. Jacob, b. 7 Feb., 1948-50, m. Dorothy Ingersoll. 
+ 9. VIII. John, b. 15 Feb., 1651-52, m. v Sarah Bucklaud. 
+ 10. IX. Nathaniel, b. 9 Dec, 1653, m. Eunice . 



SECOND GENERATION. 

'2. Capt. Isaac Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 26 
Aug., 1638, m. Ann Gaylord, 11 March, 1664-5, (another 
authority, May 11, 1663), daughter of William Jr. and Ann 
(Porter) Gaylord. and b. Windsor, Ct., 24 April, 1645, d. 
Westfield, Mass., 27 Sept., 1690, a member of church in West- 
field, 1 Nov.,. 1679 or 80, The date of her death appears to 
be the same date as the death of George Phelps's wife. 

Capt. Phelps first settled in Windsor, where his first two 
children were born. He was admitted a member of the Wind- 
sor Church 27 June, 1666. (Entered on the Church Record 
as Oscar Phelps). He removed to Westfield, Mass., in 1 670-1 
and was soon chosen Selectman, and during his life held vari- 
ous offices in Westfield. He was Town Clerk, Assessor, Sur- 
veyor, Town. Treasurer, and School Master. 9 April, 1702, 
he agrees with the town or selectmen to keep school for one 
year, as school master of. the town, and to teach to read and 
write such children as should be sent to school, and for this 
service he was to receive ,/,':o. At this time he was Town 
Clerk. The duties as teacher appear to have occupied so much 
of his time that he was relieved of the duty of Town Clerk, 
which office he does not again hold until 1713. He was 64 
years old when he took the office of Town School Teacher. At 
the age of 76 he was given the title of Capt. — probably from 
services rendered in the early Indian Wars. 

In 1724 he was chosen Town Treasurer, then in his 86th 
year. The town records commence in 1670, about the time 
the town was organized, while the town accounts commenced 
from 1696. These records contain many pages written by 
Mr. Phelps. He died in Westfield, June 2, 1725. His stone 
in the Westfield Cemetery, and the oldest stone there, reads: 
Capt. Isaac Prelp" Dye Jin' 2, Ann 
1 725. Age 3 87 Year. 

Their children were: — 

-f H. I. Isaac, b. Windsor, Ct., 10 Sept., 1666, m. Mary 

Mosley. 
12. II. A daughter, b. Windsor. Ct., 19 March, 1669, 

d. young. 



i2jo Descendants oj George Phelps. 

13. III. Sarah, bap. Westfield, Mass., 4 July. 1670, d. 



young. 



+ 14. IV. John, b. " " 27 Dec, 1672, m. 

Thankful Hitchcock. 
15. A'. Hannah, b. Westfield, Mass., 5 Nov., 1674, d. 

num., Springfield. 

+ 16. VI. Hezekiah, b. 9 July, 1677, m. Dorothy . 

+ 17. VII. Josiah, b. West field, Mass., 28 Nov., 1679,111. 

Elizabeth Taylor. 
18.' VIII. Daniel, b. Westfield,' Mass., 14 Oct., 1681, d. 8 

Oct., 1690. 
+ 19. IN. Noah, b. Westfield, Mass., 14 Oct., 1684, d. 

num., 27 Sept., 1 73 1 . 
20. N. A. son, b. Westfield, Mass., 15 Aug., 16S6, d. 

Aug., 1686. 
+ 21. NI. Ebeuezer, b. Westfield, Mass., 6 June, 1(187, m. 

Susannah Burbank. 

4-. Capt. Abraham Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 
22 Jan., 1642, 111. Mary Pinney, 6 July, 1663, daughter of 
Humphrey and Mary (Hill) Pinney, of Somerset, England, 
who came to Dorchester, in ship Mary and John, to Windsor 
in 1635. She was b. Windsor, bapt. ;6 June, 1644, where she 
d. 25 July, 1725, in her 82nd year. 

Capt. Phelps, when very young, was adopted by his cousin, 
Abraham Randall, and inherited his property (about ,£140), 
except small legacies to his brothers, Isaac and Joseph. Says 
Stiles:— -"In 1640 Philip Randall had lot 12 rods wide, south 
of Holcombe, he built on west side of the street, whereon the 
homestead had previously been built opposite his father's. 
This, in 1678, he gave to his kinsman Abram Phelps (son of 
George) "that which was my dwelling house east side of the 
street," breadth 12 rods. Here Capt. Phelps resided." 

12 Sept., 1667, we find him one of six agents of the town to 
whom lands were deeded by the Indians. He was made a 
Freeman in 1668. In 17 12-17 13 we find him one of the School 
Committee. Says Stiles: " The Committee chosen this year 
were Capt. Matthew Allen, and Capt. Abraham Phelps, with 
Daniel White." Mr. Phelps took great interest in educational 
and school matters, and in his will made a bequest of /~20 for 



Second Generation . 12 7/ 

establishing a school fund. He was the third person in the 
town to make such a bequest. 

He was engaged in the Indian Wars when .he earned his 
title of Captain. He was also called Deacon, as well as Cap- 
tain. He died in Windsor, 25 Jan., 1728. Early in this, or 
late in the last century, while repairing the old Phelps Home- 
stead, then owned by Dea. Roger Phelps, the grave stone of 
Capt. Abraham Phelps was found under the stone steps, It 
bore this inscription: — 

" Here lyeth ye body of Capt. Abraham Phelps, who died 
Jany. ye 25, 1727-8, aged 85 years. J' 

It is now in the Windsor Cemetery. 

Their children were : 

+ 22. I. Abraham, b. Windsor. Ct., 6 March, 1665-6. 

23. II. Isaac, b. " 5 Aug., 1672-, d. 24 

l 

July, 1706, aged 33 years. 
+ 24. Ill, Benjamin, b. Windsor, Ct,, 1 Oct., 16S3, m. 
Hannah Birge. 

<. Capt, Joseph Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 24 
June, bapt. 11 July, 1647, in. Mary Porter, 26 June, 1673, in 
Westfield, Mass., daughter of John Jr. and Mary (Stanley) 
Porter, and b. Windsor, 16 July, 1653. Her family probably 
removed to Westfield about the same time as the Phelpses. 
She died Past Windsor, 10 June, 1682, (now South Windsor) 
in her 30th year. 

Her father John" Porter, son of John 1 Porter from England 
in Windsor, 1639. 

Mr, Phelps m, 2nd Hester Hosford, about 1688, daughter 
of John and Phillury (Thrall) Hosford, and b. Windsor, Ct., 
27 May, 1664. She inherited ^100 from her father's estate. 
John Hosford was son of William Hosford, in Dorchester, 
1630 by ship Mary and John, in Windsor, 1636. After the 
death of Mr. Phelps she m. 2nd Samuel Kent, of Suffield, 

Capt. Phelps first settled in Westfield, Mass., where his 
first child was born, in or about 1676. He with his family, 
his father-in-law, John Porter Jr., Samuel Grant, Samuel 
Rockwell, and Thomas Bissell, removed to East side of the 
great River (Connecticut), and were the first settlers of East 
Windsor, now South Windsor, Ct. It would appear that this 



I2j2 IK scendants of George Phelps. 

Company owned lands in East Windsor previous to this date, 
but returned to West field during the Indian troubles, again 
returning to East Windsor, in 1676, as stated above. In 1680 
we find him petitioning the General Court, with his neigh- 
bors, for a Town Organization and Church privileges. He 
was made a Freeman in 1672, and died at East Windsor in 
1695 in his 48th year. 

' At a General Court held Mar. 19, 1696, ''whereas Joseph 
Phelps of Windsor, deceased, did engage to a Committee for 
the inhabitants of the s v Town living on the East side of the 
River, (as appears by the testimony of John Drake and Thos. 
Stoughton, members of said Committee), that s d inhaitants 
should have some part of his land on the south side of his lot 
lying by Thomas Stoughton's land, nine rods and one half in 
width, extending eastward from the Count} 7 road 40 rods, for 
the accommodation of Mr. Timothy Edwards, the Minister of 
the place: this Court now empowers the widow of the s 1 Joseph 
Phelps to confirm the said land to the s inhabitants for y' s l 
use." 

Joseph Phelps is assessed to work Highways in East Wind- 
sor, in 1672, and is assessed for one horse and two oxen in 
1675, He was proposed for a Freeman 10 Oct., 1672. He 
1 intestate. At a Probate Court held in Hartford, 5 Sept., 
1 195, his widow Hester was appointed Administratrix, and 
Lieut. Abraham Phelps and John Porter appointed to be 
Assistants, or Over-seers with her. 26 Sept.. 1695. Inventory 
recorded /,'473.5S.od. 

5 July, i')i)'), in distribution of Joseph Phelps's Kstate, ref- 
erence is made to Hester, the relict of --aid deceased, Joseph 
Phelps, and children — Mary, about 20 years, Sanah, about 18 
years, Joseph, about 16 years, Hannah, about 14 years, Mind- 
well, about 12 years, Hester, about 3 years, Abigail, about 2 
years, and Beuona Phelps, about ten months. 

Children by 1st wile, Mary Porter: 

+ 25. I. .Mary, b. Westfield, Mass., 13 June, 1674, m. 

Nathaniel Hosford. 
+ 26. II. Sarah, b. East Windsor, Ct., 4 April, m. 

Samuel Pinuey. 



Second Generation. I2 73 

+ 27. III. Joseph, b. East Windsor, Ct., 30 Dec, 1678, in. 

Abigail Bissell. 
28. IV. H?nnah, b. East Windsor, Ct., 1680, m. John 

Younglove, 27 Nov., 1732. 
+ 29. V. Mindwell, b. East Windsor, Ct., 1682, m. Oba- 

diah Hosford. 

Children by 2nd wife, Hester Hosford, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

30. VI. Daniel, d. 4 June, 1690, in infancy. 

31. VII. Hester, b. 16 Feb., 1691, m. Samuel Kent. 
+ 32. VIII. Abigail, b. 1693, m. Samuel Marshall. 

33. IX. Benoni, b. 1695, d. Feb., 1709-10, at Daniel 
Hosford's, his uncle. 

s. Jacob Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 7 Feb., 
1649-50, m. Dorothy Ingersoll, 2 May, 1672, daughter and 
2nd child of John and Dorothy (Lord) Ingersoll, and b. Hart- 
ford, 1654, d. Westfield, Mass. Her father, John Ingersoll, 
of England, in Hartford in 1651, Northampton. Mass., 1666, 
Westfield 1668-9. He married three times. Dorothy Ford 
was daughter of Thomas Ford, Gentleman', and Dorothy his 
wife, of England, and one of the first and most prominent 
settlers of Hartford. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mass., where he died 6 
Oct., 1689, in his 40th year. His widow, Dorothy, m. for 2nd 
husband a Mr. Root. 

Children, b. Westfield. Mass.: 

I. Dorothy, b. 18 Oct., 1673, d. 2 Feb., 1674. 
II. Dorothy, b. 20 May, 1675, m. Edward Kibbe. 

III. Haiinah, b. 26X0W, 1677, m. John Kibbe. 

IV. Israel, b. 3 April, 1681, m. twice. 
V. Benjamin, b. 8 Jan., 1683-4, m - twice. 

VI. Joseph, 1). 5 Aug., 1686, m. Sarah Curtis. 
VII. Jedediah, b. 7 Dec, 1688, m. Elizabeth Janes. 

\). Sergt. John Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 15 
Feb., 1651-2, m. Sarah Bucklaud, 1673, daughter of Thomas 
and Temperance (Denslow) Bucklaud, and b. Windsor, 24 
March, bapt. 2 April, 1649, d. in Poquonock, Ct., place of 
burial not known. 





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i-'j-f Descendants oj George Phelps. 

Mr. Buckland was in Windsor as early as 1638, made a 
Freeman in Mass. 1 635. 

Sergt. Phelps appears to have settled in Poquonock, Wind- 
sor. Ct., on lands purchased by his father from John Gun in 
April, [687, as appears from the following from Windsor Land 
Records: — 

"Whereas — John Gun, of Westfield, had by purchase of 
Sam 11 Phelps of said Westfield, a certain parcel of land in 
Windsor, at a place commonly called Mr. Hills neck near 
paquannock, both of meadow and upland according as it is 
al tutted and bounded by said Sam 11 Phelps to said John Gun as 
appears of Record in Folio 151 of this booke — and John Gun 
hath under his hand and seal, and acknowledged it before 
John Pynchon one of the Councell, assigned, made over and 
confirmed unto George Phelps, all his Right title and interest 
to said parcell of Laud and to his heirs and assigns forever, as 
by Instrument doth appear, and the said George Phelps having 
put his son John Phelps into the pos>essiou and improvement 
of said parcell of Land, as said John Phelps doth affirm, and 
all soe it appears by the testimony of Capt. Timothy Thrall 
and Sergt. John Thrall, That said John Phelps has stood in 
actual possession of said Land in his own right and not as a 
tennant as ever they knew of, for the full space of twenty 
years past, and the s d John Phelps having no record of said 
land moved us the subscribers to grant unto him s' John 
Phelps a Record of said Land as bounded in this booke of 
Record, folio 151 . 

There upon a Record is granted by us the s 1 subscribers to 
the said John Phelps Senr. of Windsor, and to his heirs and 
assigns forever, of that parcell of Land John Gun bought of 
.--,1111 Phelps, and said Gun assigned to George Phelps— this 
seventh day of April, 171,1, 

Matthew Allen, Assist. 

John Moore, Regist. 

Thomas Moore, Selectman." 

Description of land John Qun assigned to. George Phelps, 
1 1 April, [687. 

Page 151 At a place commonly called Mr. Hill's neck 
(now called Break neck) near Pequannock in quantity thirty- 



Second Generatioi 



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six acres, bound W. by ye fence and Land of ye sd. Samuel 
Phelps (his father deceased) to take in laud from ye river to 
ye fence of Timothy Thrall and run downward between ye 
river up to ye fence of Timothy Thrall's mansion house until 
it acomplish ye forsd, quantity of thirty-six acres, and also 
all ye up land without ye fence from ye bound between ye 
land of John Owin and ye sayd Timothy Thrall, 10 Feb. 
1686." 

The date of death and burial of either John Plelps or his 
wife is not known, but it is probable from land record and 
tax list that he died about 1 741-2. They were probably bur- 
ied in the Poquonnock Burying Ground. 

Children, b. Poquonock, Ct.: 

I. Enoch, b. 21 Jan., 1675, m. Mary Owen. 
II. John, 12 April, 177S, 111. Elizabeth Lewis. 

III, Josiah. b. 17 Feb., 1679-80, m. twice. 

IV. Sarah, b. 2 March, 16S1, d. uiim, 27 Feb.,1710. 
V. Frances, b. Dec, 1683, m. Ephraim Bancroft. 

AT. Thomas, b. 21 Aug., 1687, m. twice. 
VII. David, b. 17 Jan., 1689-90, Hartford Probate, 

Vol. XI, d. about 1731. 
VIII. Job, b. 27 April, 1692, d. 16 Aug., 1692. 
IX. Job, b. 24 Aug., 1693, m - Alar}- . 

10. Nathaniel Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 9 
Dec, 1653, m. Eunice . 

After Mr. Phelps's death she was published to be married 
to John Gillett, 15 Jan., 1725. We have no record of the 
marriage. Shed. Westfield, Mass., 17 Dec, 1738. 

Mr. Phelps removed to Westfield. Mass., a short time be- 
fore his father, where he settled, and died June, 1723. 

We find no record of probate of his will. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

+ 50. I. Nathaniel, b. 10 Oct., 1678, m, Abigail Fowler. 

51. II. Eunice, b. 19 May, 1680, d. 24 July, 16S6. 

+ 52. III. Jonathan, b. 28 Dec, 1682, m, Martha Loomis. 

53. IV. Thomas, b. 15 May, 1685, d, 17 June, 1686. 

+ 54. V. Eunice, b. 12 Oct., 16SS, m. Benj. Moore. 

+ 55. VI. Lois, b. 7 Sept., 1691, m. Jos. Griswold. 



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THIRD GENERATION. 

11. Isaac Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct. 10 Sept., 
1666, soon removing to Westfield, Mass. with his father, m. 
Mary Mosley, 17 Dec, 1690, daughter of John and Mary 
(Newbury) Mosley, b. Windsor, Ct., 1 May, 1673, (John was 
son of John Mosley, who was in Windsor, Ct., 1664). She 
111. 2nd Eleazer Weller, 7 Nov., 1704, and d. in Westfield, 
Mass. Her father, Jonu Mosley, owned mill lauds in Wind- 
sor, Ct., also lauds in Westfield, Mass, His estate valued at 

^543- 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mas>. He owned Cove- 
nant in Westfield Church in 1692. 

In 1085 privilege was given Isaac Phelps and others 
to build a saw-mill on the north side of the river, and 
Is referred to as owning a mill in 1691. Hed. 14 June, 1698, 
in his 32nd year. 

He died intestate. His wife Mary was appointed " Admin- 
istratrix of the Estate of Isaac Phelps". Xo children named. 
Northampton Probate, 1698. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

56. I. David, b. 17 Jan., 1691, d. 26 March, 1602, 

+ 57. II. Isaac, b. 26 Jan., 1692, m. twice. 

+ 58. III. Aaron, b. 31 Jan,, 1695, m. Rachel Bagg. 

14-. Capt. John Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
27 Dec, 1672, bapt. 29 Jan., 1673, m. Thankful Hitchcock, 
24 Jan., 1 7 1 1 . , published Springfield 12 Jan. 1711, probably 
b. there, d. Westfield, Mass. 

Capt. Phelps settled in Westfield. He was Administrator 
of his brother Noah Phelps, who died in Gt. Barriugtou, 
Mass., unmarried, and may have lived there for a short time 
with a portion of his family. His children are recorded in 
Westfield, where he died 9 Sept., 1741. 

It is believed his widow m. 2nd Daniel Cytson, 17 July, 

175". 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

+ 50. I. George, b. 26 Dec, 1712, m. Huldah Push, 

60. II. A daughter, 5 Jan., 1714, d. day of birth. 



Third Generation . I2 77~ 

61. III. John, b. 4 March, 17 15—16. Probably an early 

settler of Gt. Barrington. 

62. IV. Moses, b. 25 Oct., 1718, d. unm, 16 March, 

1743- 
+ 63. V. Thankful, b. 14 Sept., 1721, m. Benj. Ashley. 

64. VI. Stephen, b. 22 March, 1724, d. 8 July, 1743. 

65. VII. Sarah, b. 1 Feb., 1725, d. unm. 1 April, 1743. 

66. VIII. Ann, b. 27 July, 1728, 111. John Lee, 7 Oct., 

1747. 
+ 67. IX. Luke, b. 28 Aug., 1730, m. twice. 

1(>. Hezekiah Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 9 

July, 1677, m. Dorothy . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Great Barrington, Mass., about 1726, 
and is referred to in the history of that town, as one of the 
Sixteen Proprietors, and in 1733, as owning Soo acres of land 
in the upper township. In 1744 we find him with others pe- 
titioning the General Court complaining of the Settling Com- 
mittee, He appears to have resided on the Van Deusenville 
road, on the east side of the way opposite the present resi- 
dence of Frederick Abbey. He also owned 100 acres on the 
west side of the road which includes the present dwelling 
place of Mr. Abbey. His wife settled a book account of 
Daniel Ingersoll in 1746, probably while her husband was in 
Simsbury, Ct. Eleven years later this property in Great 
Barrington, was in hands of Israel Dewey. Mr. Phelps prob- 
ably removed to Simsbury, Ct., in 1745, where he d. in 1763, 
His will, dated 23 Dec, 1760, proved 3 March, 1763, wife 
Dorothy and daughter Elizabeth Viets, executrix. Inven- 
tory. ^545, qs, Sd. 

Child, b. Great Barrington, Mass.: 

+ 68. I. Elizabeth, b. about 1735, m. John Viets, Jr. 

17. Josiah Php;lps, b. Westfield, Mass., 28 
Nov., 1679, m. Elizabeth Taylor, 3 Feb., 1703, b. Westfield. 
At the time of his marriage he was in Colebrook, Ct. Mr. 
Phelps was a carpenter. We find him purchasing a lot of 
land in Lebanon, Ct., 22 Dec, 1701, and in a conveyance of 
this laud, in Sept., 1704, he is referred to as of Colchester, 
Ct., where six of his children are recorded, two of whom died. 



T2y8 Descendants of George Phelps. 

• there. The last record there is 10 April, 1716. He then re- 
moved to West field, Mass., his native town, where we find 
record of birth of other children. He removed from there to 
Great Barring-ton, in the early settlement of the town. He 
was admitted to the church, Great Barrington, 20 Sept., 1744, 
d. Nov., 1760. 

Says the Lebanon, Ct., Land Records, 22 Dec, 1701, 
"Joseph Phelps of West field, Mass., purchased of Joseph 
Edgerton of Norwich,, Ct., a tract of land containing 21 acres, 
more or less, and one half of house lot." This land was lo- 
cated on Lebanon Street. 

Mr. Phelps is described in this deed as a carpenter. This 
is the first record of the Phelps family in Lebanon, Ct. 21 
Sept., 1704, Mr. Phelps conveyed this tract of land to Joseph 
Trumble (later spelled Trumbull), ancestor of Gov. Trum- 
bull, the noted war governor of Conn., of Revolutionary 
fame. On this land still stands his law-office. In this con- 
veyance Josiah Phelps is mentioned as of Colchester, Ct. 
The last we hear of him in Lebanon. It is possible he mar- 
ried his wife here. He was one of the early settlers of Col- 
chester. We find nine conveyances of land between 1715— 
1725. In the last he is referred to as of Westfield, Mass. 

From Taylor's History of Gt. Barrington, we find Josiah 
Phelps settled in the upper township of Housatouic, Mass., 
where in 1741 he held two and one half rights or 1000 acres. 
We also find him with others petitioning the General Court 
complaining of the Settling Committee. 

Mr. Phelps is supposed to have resided where Mr. Sexton's 
house now stands, and to have had lands on each side of the 
street, fifty rods. wide. He died in the old Homestead and 
was succeeded by his son Josiah, who was followed by his 
Son-in-law Deacon Rumile. This old Homestead was taken 
down in 1851; by William Walker, who erected on its site the 
house belonging to Mr. Sexton, 

The old roof tree — a stately elm, bearing the circles of 132 
years, was then cut down to make room for a modern piazza, 
It is possible this old tree was planted by Mr. Phelps early 
in his settlement. 

Children : 



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III. Isaac, b. 

IV. Zephaniah, b. 
V. Elizabeth, b. 

VI. Josiah, b. 



+.6g. I. Daniel, b. Colchester, Ct., 17 Dec, 1704, m. 

Eunice Parsons. 
70. II. Ann, b. " " S Feb., 1708-9, m. 

James Goodwin, 
July 1, 1737. 
" 1 Feb., 1710, d. 25 

Feb., 1715-16. 
" 7 Nov., 1712, d. 10 

April, 1716. 
"16 May, 1 7 15, d. 10 
April, 1 716. 
+ 74. VI. Josiah, b. " 10 April, 1716, m. 

Elizabeth Pixley. 

+ 75. VII. Jabez.b. Westfield, Mass., ig April, 1720,111. . 

76. VIII. vSarah, b. 29 April, 1723. 

+ 77. IX. Zephaniah. b. '' 2 Feb., 1723, 111. 

Mary . 

19. Noah Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., -14 
Oct., 16S4, d. unmarried, 27 Sept., 1731. He settled in 
Housatonic, Mass., (in town of Gt. Barrington), though his 
death is recorded with the family in Westfield, in 1731. His 
estate was settled by his brother John Phelps, probated in 
Northampton, Mass. No reference to wife or children. 

He is referred to in the History of Gt. Barrington, as well 
as the History of Berkshire, as one of the proprietors of the 
third division of land in the lower township of Housatonic, 
and his property in Gt. Barrington probably passed into the 
hands of his brother John Phelps, or Ebenezer Phelps. 

21. Ebkxezer Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 6 
June, 16S7, m. Susannah Burbank, 27 Nov., 1726. She died 
19 Dec, 1732. 

Mr. Phelps appears to have settled in Gt. Barrington, Mass. 
Says the History of Gt. Barrington, "same property where 
Ebenezer Phelps had a house in 1746." He probably settled 
in Washington or Becket. Says Stiles, he died 2 March, 
1770. 

22. Abraham Phelps, b. 'Windsor, Ct., 6 
March, 1665. 



/jS<> Descendants of George Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, where lie died in Aug., 1733. 
His will in Hartford probate records Aug. 20, 1733, refers to 
" My •Kinsman Samuel Stiles and Mary his wife." "Jona- 
than, son of Humphrey Pinuey." "To John Phelps the 2nd 
son of the third John Phelps my lot which was purchased of 
Joseph Phelps on the east side of the river." 

"IV. Benjamin Phelps, 1>. Windsor, Ct., 10 
Oct., 1683, in. Hannah Birge, 12 April, 1705, 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct.. where he died 24 July 
1706. His widow m. 2nd Sergt. James Kno, as his 2nd wife, 
15 July, 1 70S, and had six children by him. She died in 
Windsor, March, 1728. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 
+ 78. I. Mary, b. 1706, 111. Samnel Stiles. 

25. Mary Phklps, b. Westfield, Mass., 13 
June, 1674, removed with her father to East Windsor, Ct., 
when young, m. 19 April, 1700, Nathaniel Hosford, son of 
John' and Phillury (Thrall) Hosford, b. Windsor, 19 Aug., 
1671, (of William 1 Hosford, in Dorchester, 1630, by ship 
Mary and John, early removed to Windsor). Settled in Wind- 
sor, where they both died. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

79. 1. Sarah (Hosford), b. 3 April, 1701, d. iS Dec, 

J 705- 

80. II. Ann (Hosford), b. 3 Aug., 1702, d. 28 Oct., 

1 702. 

81. III. John (Hosford), b. 3 Oct., 1703. 

82. IV. Sarah " b. 11 July, 1706. 

83. V. Nathaniel " b. 31 Oct., 1708. 

84. VI. Mary " b. 8 Aug. 1710. 

85. VII. Annie " b. 3 Aug. 1712, 

86. VIII. William " b. 26 Mar. , 17 15. 

87. XI. Isaac b. 4 Feb., 17 17. 

20. Sarah Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 4 
April, bapt. July 1, 1677, m. 24 Oct., 1698, Samnel Pinney, 
son of Samnel 2 and Joice (Bissell) Pinney, and b. Windsor, 
Ct., 20 Nov., 1668, (of Humphrey 1 - Pinney in Dorchester. 



Third Generation . 1281 

Mass. by ship Mary and John). Settled in Ellington, where 
he died, and where his wife died 24 Nov., 1712. 

Children, b. Ellington, Ct.: 

88. I. Samuel (Pinney), b. 19 Feb., 1700, m. Sarah 

Pearce. 
II. Sarah (Pinney), b. 21 Nov., 1703. 

III. Mary " b. 26 Nov., 1706. 

IV. Joseph b. 12 Feb.. 17 10, m. 
V. Hannah b. 19 May, 17 13. 

VI. Benjamin " b. 1715, m. twice. 



89 

90 

+ 91 
92 

+ 93 



'l~i. Capt. Joskph Phelps, b. East Windsor, 
Ct., 13 Dec., 1678, bapt. 4 Ma}-, 1679, m. 26 Nov., 1702, 
Abigail Bissell, daughter of Thomas 3 and Esther (Strong) 
Bissell, and b. Windsor, Ct., 2oOct., 1681, (of Thomas 5 John 1 
Bissell in Windsor, before 1640). She died there 23 Oct., 
1750. 

Capt. Phelps settled in East Windsor, Ct. He was estab- 
lished and confirmed to be Lieut, by the General Assembly in 
May, 1730, and to be Capt. of the South Company, or trained 
baud, on the east side of the Connecticut River in the town 
of Windsor, in May, 1732. 

He joined the church in 1700. Abigail Bissell, afterwards 
his wife, joined at the same time. At that time the Rev. 
Timothy Edwards was pastor of the East Windsor Church. 
In his rate book he carefully uses the military title, due 
Joseph Phelps, from Sergt. to Capt., and once gives the 
names of his sons who picked apples in the clergyman's 
orchard, and thus materially lessened the captain's church 
rates for that year. 

The Rev. Timothy Edwards was the father of the Rev. • 
Jonathan Edwards, D. D., who for a time was settled in Stock- 
bridge, Mass., and to whose memory a beautiful monument 
was erected in the centre of the cross roads near the Congre- 
gational Church, a few years since. Capt. Phelps died 3 Sept., 
1731. His will, dated Aug. 1, 1 751, was written by his neigh- 
bor, Roger Wolcott, the Gov., or his son, Judge Roger Wol- 
cott. It mentions his five sons, Daniel, Jerijah, Jonathan, 
Benjamin and Isaac. To his son Benjamin he gives all his 

(I 1-29) 



1282 Descendants of George Phelps. 

land in Torrington, to Lsaac all in ColebroOk, to his daughters 
Abigail and Mary, each ^300 " Old Tenor." Daniel and Jeri- 
jah appointed administrators. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 
+ 94. I. Joseph, b. 20 Sept., 1704, m. Sarah Gilbert. 

+ 95. II. Daniel, b. 28 March, 1707, in. Damaris Loomis. 

96. III. Abigail, b. 28 Nov., 1709, m. John Kingsbury. 
+ 97. IV. Jerijah, b. 17 Feb., 17 12, m. Widow Sarah 
Bissell. 
98. V. Jonathan, b. 20 Aug., 1715, d. mini. 175S. His 

' brother and sisters inherited his property, 
+ 99. VI. Benjamin, b. 11 Nov., 1717, m. twice. 

100. VII. Mary, b. 19 May, 1719, in. Jabez Kingsbury. 
roi.VIII. Isaac, b. 16 .May, 1722, d. unm. 30 Oct., 1787. 

(Note — He may be the same Isaac referred to in the Soldiers 
of Conn, as enlisting in the 5th Conn. Keg., Col. Bradley, re- 
ported died iS Sept., 1777.) 

29. MiNDWELL Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 
1682, 111. 4 May, 1705, Obadiah Hosford, sou of John 1 and 
Phillury (Thrall) Hosford, and b. Windsor, 23 Sept., 1677. 
Mr. Hosford settled in Windsor. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

102. I. Anne (Hosford), b. 23 Feb.. 1705, m. John 

Phelps, 

103. II. Jesse (Hosford), b, 11 Oct., 1747, m. Elizabeth 

Alvord, daughter of Jeremy and Jane (Hos- 
kins) Alvord. 

104. III. Mindwell (Hosford), 111. probably John Phelps, 

Hebron. His 1st wife her sister. 

32. Abigail Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 1693, 
m. Samuel Marshall, 12 July, 1716. He was son of Dea. 
Thomas and Mary (Drake) Marshall, and was b. 23 July, 
1691, (of Capt. Samuel- Marshall, in Windsor, early in 1637). 
Settled in Windsor, where he died, and where his wife died. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 105. I. Samuel (Marshall), b. 17 Aug,, 1717, m. Jo- 

anna Cook. 



Third Centra lion. 12S 



j 



106. II. Eliakim (Marshall), b. 1 March, 1718-19, in. 

a Baptist preacher of some renown. 

107. III. Abigail (Marshall), b. 6 March, 172 1-2. 

108. IV. Noah " b. April, 1723. 

109. V. Rachel b. 1 Feb., 1724-5. 

no. VI. Abner b. 9 Feb., 1726-7, m. 

Hannah Marshall, and had Hannah b. 8 

Oct., 1759'. 
hi. VII. Amasa (Marshall), b. 17 Jan., 1728-9. 

112. VIII. Joseph " b. 17 Feb., 1730, m. He 

was a clergyman in a settlement east of 
Windsor. He went about exhorting with- 
out license, was arrested and locked up 
for not paying his fine. Finally his neigh- 
bor Mr. Hooker paid it. He finally went 
to Vermont. 

113. IX. Mary (Marshall), b. 17 Feb., 1730-1. 

114. X. Asenath b. 1 May, 1733. 

115. XL Aaron b. 11 May, 1735. 

35. Dorothy Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 20 
May, 1675, m. 13 Nov., 1693, -Edward Kibbe, son of Elisha 
and Rachel (Cook) Kibbe, and b. Enfield, Ct., (of Edward 2 of 
Muddy River, Edward 1 Kibbe, the emigrant, of Exeter, Eng- 
land) (Rachel Cook was daughter of Henry and Judith 
(Burdsell) Cook of Salem, Mass., and was b. 15 July, 1645, d. 
7 May, 1667). 

(Mr. Kibbe's rst wife was Rebecca Hoodlock, m. 15 Feb., 
1692, d. early in Oct. 1692. No issue.) He settled in En- 
field, Ct., where he died. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

+ 116. I. Edward (Kibbe), b. 16 July, 1694, m - Rebecca 



117. 


II. 


Dorothy (Kibbe), 


b. 


20 Oct., 1696. 


118. 


III. 


Elisha 


b. 


23 Feb.. 1698-9. 


119. 


IV. 


Jacob 


b. 


21 Dec, 1 70 1. 


120. 


V. 


Sarah 


b. 


21 Oct., 1704. 


121. 


VI. 


Rachel 


b. 


16 April, 1707. 


122. 


VII. 


Rebecca 


b. 


14 June, 1 7 10. 



us j Descendants of George Phelps. 

123. VIII. Anna (Kibbe), b. 23 March, 1712-13. 

+ 124. IX. Naomi b. 26 Nov., 1715, m. Joseph 

Phelps. See No. 144. She m. 2nd Daniel 
Pomeroy. 

36. Hannah Phklps, b. Westfield, Mass., 26 

Nov.. 1677. m. is Aug., 1698, John Kibbe, son of Elisha and 

Rachel (Cook) Kibbe, and brother of Edward, who married 

her sister, Dorothy. John Kibbe was b. Salem, Mass., March 

1, 1667, and d. 1755. Settled in Enfield, Ct., where he and 

his wife died. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

+ 125. I. Hannah (Kibbe), b. 15 May, 1704, m. twice. 

126. II. John m.  — - Rudolph. 

127. III. Zeruiah 27 Dec, 1 7 1 3. 
12S. IV. Aaron " 20 Oct., 1720. 

37. Israkl Phklps, b. Westfield, Mass., 3 
April, 1861, m. 7 March, 1703-4, Mary Pease, daughter of 
Lieut. Robert and Abigail (Randall) Pease, and b. Salem, 
Mass., 11 March, 1681, d. Westfield, 16 April, 1713, in her 
33d year. Hem. 2d Rachel Jones, 26 Jan., 1 7 14. She was 
widow of Caleb Jones, of Hebron, Ct., who died before 16 
Jan., 171 1- 1 2, as at that time administration was granted to 
his widow, Rachel, who had by him, Caleb, Sylvester, Mary 
and Hezekiah Jones. 

She died before her 2d husband, Israel Phelps, and he was 
appointed guardian for the Jones children. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Lebanon, Ct. After his 2d mar- 
riage he removed to Enfield, Ct., where he died. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Lebanon, Ct,: 

+ 129. I. Israel, b. 13 Nov., 1706, m. twice. 

+ 130. II. Mary, b. 8 Dec, 1707, 111. Samuel Osborn, Jr. 

131. III. Dorothy, b. 1 April, 1709. 

-f- 132. IV. 1 Iannah, b. 10 June, 1 7 1 1 , in. Samuel Osborn, Sr. 

Children by 2d wife, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

J 33- V. John, b. 3 Dec, 17 14, d. 27 Oct., 1722. 

-f- 134. VI. David, b. 25 Aug., 1716, 111. Margaret Colton. 
135. VII. John, b. July, 1723, in. Mary Bedortha, July, 
1743. He settled in Enfield, where he d. 
Aug, 1743. A farmer. No issue. 



Third Generation. 1285 

-+- 136. VIII. Noah, b. 16 March, 1726, m, widow Hannah 
Geer. 

38. Benjamin Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 8 
Jan., 1683-4, in. Deborah Temple, in Lebanon, Ct., (another 
record says in Concord, Mass.) 26 Feb., 170S. She died Aug, 
22, 1719. 

He m. 2nd, 19 April, 1720, Martha Fuller, daughter of 
Daniel Fuller, and b. Ashford, Ct., d. Mansfield, July, 1737. 
She m. 2nd, Aug. 17, 1732, Joseph Davis. 

Benjamin Phelps first settled in Lebanon, .Ct, May 13, 
1706, he sets to Nathaniel Phelps of Westfield, Mass., three 
acres of land in the southerly side of Westfield town, in the 
field called the plain. This deed is witnessed by Israel, Joseph 
and Jedediah Phelps. 

Feb. 27, 1707, he purchased of his brother Israel 58 acres 
of land in Lebanon, Soon after this he purchased land of 
other parties in Lebanon, and probably settled there. Here 
we find the birth of his first child recorded. In 17 10 he re- 
moved to Mansfield, where the rest of his children were born, 
and where bed. April [6, 1 73 1 ." He died intestate, and his 
brothers Joseph and Jedediah were appointed his administra- 
tors 28 Jan., 1732. His brother, Jedediah Phelps, was later 
appointed guardian for his sou Benjamin, hi probate records, 
7 July, 1737, reference is made to his six daughters.. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Mansfield, Ct,, except first: 

I. Deborah, b. Lebanon, Ct., 23 Oct., 1709, m. 
John Fuller. 
II. Abiel, b, 12 March, 171 1, m. Paul Davison. 

III. Dorothy, b. 5 March, 1714, m. Joseph Burgess. 

IV. Abigail', b, 13 May, 17 16, m. Thomas Hovey. 
V. Benjamin, b. 23 March, 1718, m, Ruth Horton. 

VI. Anne, b. 7 Aug., 1719, m. twice. 
Child by 2nd wife: 
+ 143, VII. Martha, b. Feb. 2, 1721, m. John Smith. 

39. Joseph Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 5 
Aug., 1686, m. Sarah Curtis, 17 Nov., 1708. She m. 2nd 
Ichabod Warren, of Windsor, Ct., 14 April, 1748. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lebanon, Ct., about 1708. We find 



+ 


137- 


+ 


138. 


+ 


139- 


+ 


140. 


+ 


141. 


+ 


142. 



1286 Descendants of George Phelps. 

him purchasing real estate in Lebanon in 170s, about the 
same time as his brother Benjamin. It would appear that for 
a short time late in life lie resided in Hebron. We find 8 
Dec., 1773. Joseph Phelps, then named as of Hebron, pur- 
chases of Nathaniel Dewey, then of Lebanon, 17 acres of land 
for ,{."::, 

By Lebanon land record, Vol. 6, p. 173, Jan. 13, 1740-1, 
Nathaniel Dewey conveys to Sarah, relict of Joseph Phelps, 
and Joseph Phelps, son of Joseph deceased, 13 acres of land. 
The widow Sarah; and son Joseph, at this time appear to be 
the executors of the husband and father's estate. Mr. Phelps 
died in Lebanon in the spring of 1735. His will, dated March 
l 5> 1735, probated June 25, 1735. Personal inventor}- ^"661, 
3s. 2d. After caring for the widow, he gives to his sou 
Joseph his farm in Lebanon, to his son Aaron his farm partly 
in Lebanon and partly in Hebron, to his son Moses his farm 
in Windham, to his son David his farm in Tolland, to 
daughter Sarah /*io, besides what she has had already, to be 
paid by Joseph, to Eunice ^,'100 to be paid by Joseph, to 
Hannah and Submit each /,ioo to be paid by Joseph, to 
David and Nathaniel each /'.so to be paid by Aaron when 
they attain their majority, also refers to Miriam, Keziah and 
Nancy or Mary. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

• 144. I. Joseph, b. 5 Aug., 1709, m, Naomi Kibbe, 

No. 124. 
143. II. Sarah, b. 23 Sept., 171 1, m. Benj. Blackman, 

1 7 Dec, 1730. 
+ 146. III. Aaron, b. 12 Oct., 1713, m. Betsey Sprague. 

147. IV. Abigail, b. 17 Feb., 1716, bapt. 19 Feb., d. 

num. previous to 1750. 

148. V. Miriam, b. Sept., 17 18, m. Eleazer Bingham. 
[49. VI. Eunice, b. 16 Aug., bapt. 21 Aug., 1720, m. 

Job Pease, 4 Feb., 1744, d. before 1750. 

No issue. 
+ 150. VII. Moses, b. 6 March, 1722, m. Sarah Meacham. 
[51. VIII. David, b. 4 Jan., 1724, d. 1111111. before 1747. 
[52. IX. Esther, b. 3 Sept:, bapt, 5 Sept., 1725, d. 

unm. 22 May, 1 734. 



Third Generation: 1287 

+ 153. X. Nathaniel, b. 19 Dec, 1726, m. twice. 

154. XI. Keziah, b. 6 Feb., 1728, d. mini, previous to 

1750. 

155. XII. Xancy or Mary, b. 31 March, 1729, d. num.. 

previous to 1750. 

156. XIII. Hannah, bapt. 9 May, 1732, d. unni, previous 

to 1750. 
137. XIV. Submit, b. 5 May, bapt. 9 June, 1734, d. mini, 
before 1747. 

Probate records show that Jedediah Phelps appointed 
guardian for David Phelps, 8th child, who died previous to 
1743, his brother Joseph had been previously appointed. 
The estate inventoried .{,319, 2s. Kxpenses paid £201, 14s., 
the balance ,{.117, 8s., divided 9 July, 1747, between his 
brother and sisters 

Probate records, 20 May, 1756, estate of Hannah Phelps, d. 
Mansfield, Ct., inventory ,£142, 3 s. 8. Estate divided to 
heirs of Joseph (bro.) deceased, Moses and Nathaniel Phelps, 
Miriam Bingham, Sarah Blackmail, and Eunice Pease, 

Probate records, 27 March, 1750, Jedediah Phelps, admin- 
istrator of Joseph Phelps the eldest, reports property set off 
to the oldest son (Joseph who died in 1 741), the remainder 
divided as follows, Aaron 2nd brother, Moses 3rd brother, 
Nathaniel 4th brother and youngest, Sarah Bucklaud oldest 
sister, Miriam 2nd sister, Hannah Phelps 3rd youngest 
sister. 

4-0. Jedediah Phelps, b, Westfield, Mass., 7 
Dec, 168S, m. Elizabeth Janes, who d. Lebanon, 10th April, 

1757- 

Silas Phelps administrator of the estate of his mother 

Elizabeth, Inventory ^,20. os. 4d. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lebanon, Ct., with three of his 
brothers at about the same time, and from 1 70S to 171 1 the 
land records show several purchases of real estate in Lebanon. 
He d. there 13 Feb., 1752. 

His will probated 16 March, 1752, refers to his widow 
Elizabeth, his four sons Jacob, Paul, Silas and Jedediah, and 
two daughters Elizabeth and Abigail Phelps' Probate rec- 
ords, April 1, 1754, division of estate of Jedediah Phelps, 



1288 I >> icendants of George Phelps. 

names widow Elizabeth, heirs of Paul Phelps,- Silas Phelps 
and Jedediah Phelps. 

Probate Records, April 1769, Silas Phelps administers the 
estate of his honored father. 

Probate Records, 6 April, 1787, Elizabeth Phelps settles 
the balance of estate ni her honored father. , 

Probate Records, 6 July, 1787, last will and testament of 
Jedediah Phelps settled, Elizabeth taking the mother's inter- 
est, whose life interest had expired by death, 

Jeremiah Phelps is referred to in Windham Probate records 
as Guardian for Samuel Thorp in 1737, and settling with him 
in 1746, paying him ^128. 15s. Also as guardian for Deborah 
Johnson in 1741. and for Ebenezer Hull in 174S. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

[58. I. Elizabeth, b. 3 Dec, 1709, d. mini. 10 April, 
1787. 

+ 159. 11. Abigail, b. 4 Nov., 17 10, m. twice. 

+ 160. III. Jacob, b. i'i April, 1713, m. Keziah Meacham. 

+ 161. IV. Paul, b. 25 April, 1717, 111. Jerusha Dewey. 

+ [<>_'. V. Silas, b. 27 Jan., 1720, m. Hannah Dewey. 

163. VI. Jeremiah, b, 26 June, 1724, d, 5 July, 1739. 

164. VII, Lucy, b. 26 June 1725, m. John Lyman, set- 

tled in Lebanon, without issue. 
1 s. VIII. Jedediah, b, 20 June, 1727, 111. Eleanor Crocker. 

■II. Enoch Phelps, b. Poquouock, Ct., 21 
Jan.. bapt. 17 Sept., [675, m. 13 April, 17114, Mary Owen, 
daughter of Josiah and Mary (Osborn) Owen, and b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 13th Feb., [.679, (of John Owen in Windsor, 1664). 
She died in East Windsor. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Windsor, where we find him 
taxed in 1703, and where he d. 5 of Aug., 1750. 

Children, b. East Windsor. Ct.: 
106, I. Mary, b. 11 Sept., 170(1. 

167. II. Abigail, b. 9 Feb., [708. 

4-2. John Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct,,i2 April, 
1768, 111. [5 Jan., 1707-8, Elizabeth Lewis, child of John and 
Mary (Humphrey) Lewis. She was b. Windsor, Ct. ,6. March, 
1680. She died before her husband. 



Third Generation. 1289 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor or East Windsor, Ct. Says 

Stiles : He was probably a spinner. He d. 1752. Four 

daughters were the only heirs of their father, John, and their 
uncle, Job. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 
16S. I. John, b. 31 Aug., 1709, 1709, d. unm. 5 July, 

1754, Church Warden in 1733, and remem- 
bered in will of Abraham Phelps. 

169. II. A child, b. 16 Nov., 171 1, d. young. 

170. III. Daniel, b. 27 May, 1712, d. unm. 6 July, 1732. 

171. IV. Elizabeth, b. 25 Nov., 1714, d. num. after her 

father. 

172. V. Anna, b. 4 Feb., 1717-18, d. num. after her 

father. 
+ 173. VI. Martha, b. 6 Oct., 1720, m. John French. 

174. VII. Rachel, b. 3 Aug., 1722, d. num. Resided 

with sister, Martha. 

175. VIII. Achila, b. 14 October, 1724, d. young. 

Note — The following accounts of John Phelps may be found 
in the Rev. Timothy Edwards rate and account book : 

To Rates for year, 1730, £1, 12s. 
To Rates for year, 1732, £1, 3s, Sd. 
By 4 bush. Indian Corn, 16s, Sd, 12 July, 1 731 . 
By 4 bush Indian Corn more, 16s, 8d, 12 July, 1731. 
John Phelps acct. from Thomas Stoughton books. 

Dec. 4th, 1735, Dr. to l A of a horse cart, £1, os, 6d. 
Feb. 6th, 1736, Dr. to Making Wife's shoes, is, 6d. 
Feb. 22tl, 1736, Dr. to mending your shoes, is, iod. 
Feb. 10th, 1737,' Dr. to mending your girl's shoes, 3d. 
Feb. 12th, 1737, Dr. to mending your girl's shoes, is, 3d, 
Dec. 4th, 1736, Cr. Money paid me, 6s, 7d. 

" by your man 2 days, 3s, od. 

" 5 Posts, 2S, 1 id. 
Apr. 9th, 1750, " Money paid me, 10s, od. 
Soon after this he died, and the account is continued by his 
daughter, Rachel. 

4-3. JOSIAH PlIKLPS, b. Poqtiouock, Ct., 17 
Feb., 1679-80, m. 21 June, 171 1, Abigail Griswold, daughter 



T2go Descendants oj George Phelps. 

• 

of Joseph and Mary (Gaylord) Griswold. She was 1) Windsor, 
Ct., M Aug., [689 (of Edward Griswold, Windsor. Ct.,1639). 
She probably d. about 1720. He m. 2d Sarah - — , about 
1 72 1 . Says her gravestone in Poquonock old burying ground- 
Sarah, wife of Josiah Phelps the 1st, d. May 4, 1733. Aged 
55 years. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct., where he died. 

Children by 1st wife, b, Windsor, Ct.: 
[76. I. Sarah, b. 14 Jan., 1712, d. young. 

+ 177. II. Josiah, b. 14 Nov., 1714, m. 'twice. 

+ 178. III. Aaron, b. 19 Nov., 1716, in. Mary Kent. 

179. IV. Moses, b. 1718. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Windsor, Ct,: 

180. V. Sarah, b. May, 1723, d. 9 Aug., 1725. 

181. VI. Ruth, b. Aug., 1726. Possibly m. Durham, 

Ct., Nov. 8, 1750, Jehiel Hull. 
+ 1S2. VII. Abigail, b. 1 March, 1727, 111. Elijah Loomis. 

45. Frances Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., Dec, 
1683, in. Kphraim Bancroft, b. 8 Feb., 1681-2, (of John 2 John 1 
Bancroft from London in 1632, in Lynn 1637). 

Mr. Bancroft settled in Kast Windsor, where his wife d. 
14th May, 1752. He d. 1767. His son Isaac administered on 
his estate, 29th June, 1767. 

Children, b. Kast Windsor, Ct.: 

lcroft), b. 20 Dec, 1715-16. 

b. 8 Oct., 17 17, d. 17 Nov., 

b. 12 March, 17 18-19. 
b. 17 Aug., 1720, 111. 
b, 20 July, 1723. 
d. unm, 23 July, 1750. 
d. 28 Jan., 1727-8. 
b. 7 Sept., 1779. 

4-(i. Thomas Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 21 
Aug., 16S7, m. Hannah Phelps, about 17ns, daughter of 
Lieut. Timothy Phelps. She was b. Windsor, Ct., 4th, bapt. 
the 1 6th Aug., 1684. Shed, in [727-28, in Poquonock, Ct. 
She is No. 55, of descendants of William Phelps, and herchil- 



183. 


I. 


Sarah (. 


IS4. 


II. 


Kphraim 
1727. 


185. 


III. 


Kphraim 


186, 


IV. 


Isaac 


[87. 


V. 


I Iannah 


[88. 


VI. 


Eliza 


[89. 


VII. 


Ruth 


190. 


VIII. 


Ruth 



Third Generation. i2gr 

dren are also given on page 112. He m. 2nd Ann Brown, b. 
12 Aug., 1702, 

We find no record of her death. She is referred to in tax- 
list of 1754 and 1756. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Poquonock, Ct., probably on lands 
deeded him by his father, and was taxed there in 1 750-1, and 
died there. 

LAST WILL OF THOMAS PHELPS, DEC D ' 

Recorded Hartford Probate Records, Vol. 16, p. 28. 

I, Thomas Phelps, of Windsor, in the County of Hartford 
and Colony of Connecticut in New England, being very sick 
and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory Thanks be 
given to God and calling to mind the mortality of my body 
and that it is appointed for all men once to die, after death 
the judgement, I do make and ordain this my last Will and 
Testament, & firstly and chiefly I commend my soul to the 
mercy of God in Jesns Christ my Redeemer 6c my body I 
commit to the earth from whence it was taken to be buried in 
a decent Christian manner accordino- to the discretion of mv 
Executors hereafter named, and as touching such worldly es- 
tate wherewith it has pleased Almighty God to eudowe me, 
do give and bestow it in the following manner, viz : 

Impriviis : I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved 
wife Ann Phelps Two hundred pounds old tenor to be paid 
her by my Executors hereafter named out of my Estate with- 
in one year after my decease. 

Item : I do give and bequeath unto my daughters namely, 
Sarah, the wife of Timothy Moses, and Mindwell the wife of 
Jonathan Adams, both of Simsbury, the sum of Eighty 
pounds, each of them in public bills of credit old tenor to be 
paid them out of my estate by my Executors hereafter named, 
within one year after my decease with what they have already 
received of me towards their portion of my estate. 

Item : I do give and bequeath unto Cornelius and Hannah 
Phelps of Windsor the sum of thirty pounds each of them in 
old tenor bills to be paid them out of my estate by my Execu- 
tors hereafter named, when they arrive to the age of twenty- 
one years. 

Item : I do give and bequeath unto the children of my son 



i2g2 Descendants of George Phelps. 

Noadiah deceased namely Shubal and Xoadiah the sum of 
thirty pounds old tenor money to be paid them out of my es- 
tate and to be equally divided between them when they shall 
arrive to the age of twenty-one years to be paid them by my 
Executors aforesaid when they arrive at the age. And further 
it is my Will that if the said children namely Cornelius and 
Hannah Shubal and Noadiah should die before they shall 
ciime to the years of twenty-one then what I have given them 
shall return unto the rest of my heirs to be equally divided 
between them. 

Item : I give unto my daughter Lydia eighty pounds old 
tenor money to be paid for out of my estate within one year 
after my decease by my Executors hereafter named. 

Item : I give unto my daughters namely Margaret, and 
Anneh or Ann and Elizabeth and Deborah each of them 
eighty pounds in old tenor money to be paid to them when 
they shall arrive at the age of eighteen years by my Executors 
hereafter named. 

Item : I give and bequeath unto my son benjamin Phelps 
one piece or parcel of laud lying upon the plain, containing 
twenty acres, be it more or less, bounded northerly on the 
white Brook, Easterly on the fence as it now stands, South 
on my land and West on land of Nath'l. Owens to him and 
his heirs forever, Further it is my Will that all my lauds 
that I have belonging to me in the township of Windsor or 
elsewhere after my debts and funeral charges are paid by my 
Executors hereafter named shall be divided between my sons 
viz: Thomas, Benjamin, Abraham, David and John to be 
equally divided between them and also my house and barn 
with all the privileges and appurtenances belonging thereto 
to their heirs forever, and 1 do hereby revoke and disannul, 
and make void all former Wills and Testaments by me hereto- 
fore made- and I do ordain, nominate appoint my well beloved 
wife Ann Phelps and my son benjamin Phelps to be the Ex- 
ecutors to this my last Will and Testament. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal 
this loth day of May in the 22nd year of his majesties Reign 
Anno Domini, 1 7 4. 3 . Signed, sealed published pronounced 



Third Generation . 



J 293 



and delivered by the said Thomas Phelps to be his last Will 
and Testament in presence of : 

John Brown. his 

Daniel Brown. Thomas Phelps hand X and a seal. 
Noadiah Gillet. mark 

The above is a copy of his Will, Probated in Hartford, 
dated 16 May, 1749, in which he refers to his wife Ann and 
all his children except two, who had died yotmg;- 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Poquonock, Ct.: 



191. 



+ 192. 

+ 1 93 

+ 194 

195 
+ 196 

197 



+ 



198. 



+ 199- 

200. 
201. 
202. 

+ 203. 

+ 20|. 

205. 

206. 
+ 207.  



I. 



1709, m, Cornelius 
page 147, for her 



II. 

III. 
IV. 



Hannah, b. 28 Sept., 
Phelps. See No. 177 
children. 
Thomas, b. 27 July, 171 1, m. Margaret Wat- 
son. 
Sarah, b. 28 Sept., 17 13, m. Timothy Moses. 
Noadiah, b. 7 Jan., 17 15-16, m. Naomi Case. 
V. Margaret, b. 15 March, 1717-18, d. young. 
VI. Benjamin, b. 25 July, 1720, m. twice. 
VII. Mindwell, b. 17 Feb., 1722, probably m. 

Jonathan Adams, March 7, 1745. 
VIII. Lydia, b. 12 Jan., 1725-6, m. Prof. Hezekiah 

Adams. 
Children, by 2nd wife, b. Poquonock, Ct.: 
IX. Abraham, b. 20 July, 1730, m. Mindwell 

Birge. 
X. Margaret, b. 20 July, 1730. 
XI. Ann, b. 20 May, 1732, d. young. 
XII. David, b. 1 Nov., 1734. 

XIII. Anna, b. 18 Dec, 1736, 111. John Bancroft. 

XIV. John, b.,8 Jan., 1738-9, m. Rachel Osborne. 
XV. Elizabeth, b. 2S Sept.. 1740. 

XVI. Deborah, b. 27 May, 1745. 

21, 1749, 111. Sarah Sey- 



XVII. Oliver, b. Oct. 
mour. 

Note. — We have added this 17th child, who appears to be 
of this family. If this is so he was b. after his father's will 
was made, and but a few months before his father's death. 
We have no positive assurance of this. His descendants arc 
correctly given. 



I2Q4- Descendants oj George / 'helps. 

\\). Jo? Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 24 Aug., 
1693, in. Mary - — , who d. East Windsor, Ct., in 1769. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Windsor, Ct., where he died 
about [758. We know little about him. He appears to have 
had no children, as is shown by the distribution of his prop- 
erty and estate 4 Maw 1759, which is divided after the 
widow Mary has her portion, between his brother Josiah, and 
the heirs of his sister Frances, who married Ephraim Ban- 
croft, and the heirs of Eunice, John and Thomas Phelps. 

In 1720, Job Phelps is rated at ,{,24. 

50. Nathaniel Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
10 Oct., [678, m. Abigail Fowler, 25 March, 1707, by John 
Hatch, Justice of the Peace. 

She m. 2nd Samuel Judd, published 1 May, 1725. He died 
Dec. 24. 1727. The widow was living in Farmingtou, Ct., in 
1733. where she died. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mass., where he died 12 
Aug. , 1 7 1 1 . He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

208. I. Abigail, b. 15 Dec, 1708. 

+ 209. II. Nathaniel, b. 5 Nov., 1710, m. twice. 

5'2. Jonathan Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 2S 
Dee., [682, 111. Martha Loomis, published 16 July, 1729. She 
was b. Westfield, 24 Feb., 1704. She m. 2nd Jonathan But- 
tles (Buttolph), who died iii 1770, 3rd Zebulon Hoskins. Sur- 
viving him, she lived with her daughter in Canaan, Ct., where 
she clied 30 April, 1S04, aged 100 years, 2 months and 6 days. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Westfield, Mass., removing to 
Simsbury, Ct., in 1730. where he d. 2 Oct., 1754, in his 72nd 
year, Says the History of Mass., "Jonathan Phelps of West- 
field had, with others, 400 trees or boxes for collecting tur- 
pentine." 

His will, dated 28 Sept., 1737, probated at Hartford, men- 
tions his wife Martha, sons Jonathan and Austin, three daugh- 
ters, Martha barber, Eunice and Margaret Phelps. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass., except last three: 
+ 210. I. Jonathan, b. 3 Aug., 1730, 111. Lillie Soule. 

211. II. A son, b. 27 Sept., 1732, d. day of birth. 



Third Generation. J295 

212. III. Martha, b. 3 Aug., 1733, d. day of birth. 

213. IV. A son, b. 4 Aug., 1734, d. 15 Aug., 1734. 

+ 214. V. Martha, b. 29 Aug., 1735, m. Daniel Barber. 

215. VI. A daughter, b. 3 April, 1738, d. at birth. 
+ 216. VII. Austin, b. Siuisbury, Ct., about 1740, m. twice. 
+ 217. VIII. Margaret, b. " " 13 Nov., 1747, m. 

Simeon Higlev, 
21S. IX. Eunice, b. Simsbbury, Ct., about 1750, m. Joel 
Higley. Settled in Ohio, 

54. Eunice Phelps, b. West field, Mass., 12 
Oct., 1688, m. Benjamin Moore, b. Windsor, Ct., 5 Dec, 
1693, (See Win. Phelps p 98, No. 72.) settled in Simsbury, 
removing to Windsor, Ct. about 1730. 

Says Eand Records. March 7, 1815-16, the Surveyor of 
Simsbury, reports that lit had laid out the following lots in 
Turkey Hills, to William and Benjamin Moore, lot 8th 53 
rods 12 feet 4 inches., Note (these two men are partners in 
this lot and apparently brothers, though this William is not 
recorded with Sarah Phelps and Andrew Moore's children.) 
The Windsor town records show that he sold lands there, 31 
Jan., 1733, 20 Nov., 1734, and 31 Dec, 1735, and bought 
lands 6 Feb., 17 March, 1728, Aug. 6, 1733 and 1 May, 1734. 

His wife d. Windsor, Ct., 23 Feb., 1732. Her gravestone 
is still standing in the Poquonock cemetery. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct., except last two: 

219. I. Benjamin (Moore), b. 2 July, 1717. 

220. II. Eunice b. 3 Dec, 17 18. 

221. III. Joseph b. 20 Jul)-., 1720, m. Mary 

Stevens. He d. 3 Nov., 1776. 

222. IV. Tabitha (Moore), b. 16 Aug., 1722. 

223. V. Agnes b. Windsor, Ct. 

+ 224. VI. Simeon " b. " " 6 Jan., 1732, 

m. Hannah Barber. 

55. Lois Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 7 Sept., 
1691, m. Joseph Griswold, as his 2nd wife, 13 Oct.: 1720. He 
was son of Joseph and Mary (Gay-lord) Griswold, and w T as b, 
Windsor, Ct., 24 Jan., 1677. (His 1st wife was Deborah 
, by whom he had seven children.) 



I2g6 Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

225. VIII. Lois (Griswold), b. 29 Aug., 1721. 

226. IX. Deborah b. 26 Jan., 1723. 

227. X, Joseph b. 6 Jan., 1724. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

57. Isaac Phelps ; b. Westfield, Mass., 26 Jan., 
1692, m, probably 1st a daughter of David Clark, of Sims- 
bur}', and Windsor, who granted lands in Simsbury to his 
son-in-law Isaac Phelps, of Windsor, 5 Feb., 1725-6. 

Simsbury Record — "Isaac Phelps had two children born, 
that were twins 22 Aug., 1727. A man child named Isaac 
and a woman child. Ye man child died the same day, ye 
woman child died ye twelvth day of Sept. ^727." 

His wife died soon after. In 1732 we find him in tax list 
of Poquonock, Ct. Many years later, in company with his 
son Isaac, he owned the Rainbow mills. 

He m. 2nd Widow Sarah Palmer, in Westfield, Mass., 5 
Oct., 1729, daughter of Timothy Palmer, of Windsor. Shed. 
Westfield, Mass., 4 Jan., 1741-2. Probate Records, North- 
ampton, Mass., 1753, show that Isaac Ashley of Westfield, 
was appointed guardian of Isaac and Mary Phelps, minors 
and children of Isaac Phelps of Westfield, in devisees of 
Timothy Palmer. He appears to have m, 3rd Joanna Adams, 
8 May, 1755, who died 4 Nov., 1771. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Westfield, Windsor, and Poquonock, 
and was interested in mill property in Windsor, from his 
grandfather Capt. John Mosley. He died in 1777. His will 
dated 6 Dec, 1733. probated at Hartford, 14 Nov,, 1777, 
mentions his five living children, son Isaac and four dausrh- 
ters, Mar}-, wife of Timothy Thompson, Bathsheba, wife of 
Samuel Holcomb, Lucy, wife of Stephen Griffin, Theodosia, 
wife of Micah Griffin. 

Two of his daughters, Sarah and Rebeeca, married and died 
without issue, before the date of the will. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

22S. I. Isaac, b. 22 Aug., 1727, d. same day. / 

229. II. A daughter, b. 22 Aug., 1727, d. -Twins. 

Sept., 1727. . ) 

Children, by 2nd wife : 

230. III. Sarah, b. Westfield, Mass., 3 July, 1730, m. 

Thomas Mosley, 17 Nov., 1753. She d. 
before 1772. No issue. 
(I 1-30) 



i2g8 Descendants of George Phelps. 

231. IV. Rebecca, b. Westfield, Mass,. 12 July, 1732, 
111. David Dewey, 14 Oct., d. before 1772. 
No issue. 

+ 232. V. Isaac, b. Westfield, Mass., 16 April, 1734, m. 

three times. 

+ 233. VI. Mary, b. Windsor, Ct., 12 July, 1736, m. twice. 

234. VII. Bathsheba, b. Windsor, Ct., m. Samuel Hol- 

comb. 

235. VIII. Theodosia, b. Windsor, Ct., 7 May, 173S, m. 

Micah Griffin. 

236. IX. Lucy, b. Windsor, Ct., 9 Dec., 1739. m. 

Stephen Griffin. 

58. Aaron Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 31 
Jan., 1695, m. Rachel Bagg, 26 June, 1729. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, where he and his wife 
died. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

+ 237. I. Aaron, b. 20 Jan., 1730, m. Mary Noble. 

238. II. Rachel, b. 9 May, 1732, d. 10 Oct., 1738. 

239. III. Hannah, b. 12 May, 1734, m. Nov. 25, 1773, 

Dea. Joseph Dewey, as 2nd wife. He was 
b. Oct. 7, 17 14, d, Aug. 25, 1799, son of 
Sgt. Joseph and Sarah (Warner, widow 
Root) Dewey. He m. 1st Beulah Sackett 
and had eight children by her. His sou 
Joseph m. Hannah's sister Ruth. 

240. IV. Noah, b. 20 June, 1736, d. 26 Sept., 1841. 
+ 241. V. Ruth, b. 20 May, 1738, m. Joseph Dewey. 

242. VI, David, b. 16 March 1740, d. 14 Oct., 1747. 

59. George Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 26 
Dec, 1712, m, Iluldah Bush, by the Rev. Mr. Buell, 8 June, 
1738. She d. Westfield, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Westfield, Mass., 
where he d. 28 Nov., 1787, in his 75th year. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

243. I. Ezekiel, 1). 21 Jan., 1738-9, d. unm. 6 Sept., 

1760. 



Fourth Generatio)i . 



I2 9 Q 



244. 

245 

+ 246 

247 
+ 24S 

249 

250 
+ 251 

252 

253 
254- 



+ 255. 



II. Miriam, b. 26 July, 1740-1, m. David Weller, 
22 Jan., 1773. 

III. Huldah, b. 12 July, 1741-2, d. 24 Feb., 1753. 

IV. Noah, b. 4 Sept., 1743, m. Lydia Bush. 
V. Sarah, b. 1 Aug., 1744, d. 23 July, 1751. 

VI. John, b. 9 March, 1746, m. twice. 
VII, Lydia, b. 25 Sept., 1747, d. iS July, 175 1. 
VIII. George, b. 2 Oct., 1749, d. 17 July, 1751. 

IX. Moses, b. 1 Feb., 175 1 , m. . 

X. Hannah, b. 19 Sept., 1752. 
XI. Mary, b. 3 Aug., 1754, m. Dagou Noble, 24 

May, 1778. 
XII. Huldah, b. 16 April, 1755, m. Samuel Clark 
as his 2nd wife. Had 3 children, who d. in 
infancy. 
XIII. George, b. 6 Jan., 1759, m. Anna Fee. 



63. Thankful Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
14 Sept., 1 72 1, published to marry Benjamin Ashley, Dec. 10, 
1743. We find no record of this marriage. Says F. B. 
Trowbridge, the genealogist, " He did not marry her though 
published, but m. Rachel Kellogg, 27 Feb., 1744-5." She 
probably died soon after publication of intentions of marriage. 

07. Luke Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 28 
Aug., 1730, m. Ann Freeman, by Rev. John Ballantine, 5 
April, 1850. She was b. Westfield, d. there 20 June, 17S9 ; 
by her he had eleven children. He m. 2nd Prudence Tracy, 
b. Chester, Mass. By her he had no issue. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer settled in Westfield, Mass., where 
he died and where his wife died. A descendant says he re- 
moved to New York. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

256. I. Stephen, b. 4 Dec, 1753, d. 8 May, 1759. 

257. II. L,uke, b. 27 Sept., 1755, d. 8 Nov., 1755. 
+ 258. III. Duke, b. 21 Oct., 1756, m. twice. 

+ 259. IV, Ezra, b. 9 Oct., 175S, m. Phebe Bishop. 

260. V. Ann, b. 15 June, 1760. 

261. VI. Lucy, b. 21 June, 1762, m. Moses Beekley. 

262. VII. Esther, b. 10 March, 1764. 



ijoo Descendants of George Phelps. 

263. VIII. Joel, b. 26 August. 1766. 

+ 264. IX. Stephen, b. 2 March, 1768, m, Lois Day. 

265. X. Rhoda, b. 2 June, 1 7 7 1 . 

26O. XI. Jared, b. 5 Feb., 1776. 

<>S. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Great Barring-ton. Mass.. 
1735, removed with her father to Simsbury, Ct., about 174s, 
111. John Viets, 1 Jul}-, 1755. He was son of Lieut. John and 
Lois (Phelps) Viets, and was b. Simsbury, Ct., 2 March, 1736, 
where he settled and died, 27 July, 1766. (Lieut. John Viets 
was a descendant of William Phelps. (See Xo. 1036, page 
317.) She m. 2nd Dea. Amasa Case, as his 2nd wife, in 1767. 
He was b. Simsbury, 18 Oct., 1 73 1 , died iS Aug., 1824. 
Dea. Case married five times, 1st, Elizabeth, daughter of 
Robert Hoskins, in 1752. She died 27 March, 1764, leaving 
six children. He m. 3rd Widow Abigail Griswold Phelps, 
daughter of Lieut. Daniel Phelps. Xo issue. He in. 4th 
Widow Charity Cornish, daughter of John Pettiboue. She 
died 5 Oct., 1803, and he m. 5th Sarah Graham, daughter of 
Benajah Humphrey. 

Elizabeth Phelps d. Simsbury, 17 Oct., 1783. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

267. I. Deborah (Viets), b. 25 June, 1757. m. Chas. 

Case. 

268. II. Hezekiah (Viets), b. 24 Dec, 1759. 

269. III. Elizabeth " b. 14 Feb., 1762. 

Children by 2nd husband, b, Simsbury, Ct.: 
+ 27... IV. Apollos (Case), b. 1 Aug., 176S, m. Polly 

brazier. 

271. V. Ruth (Case), 1). 30 Sept., 1770. 

272. VI. Julia b. 20 Feb., 1773, d. 7 May, 1773. 

273. VII. Enoch " b. 10 Nov., 1774, d. 27 July, 

i?79- 

274. VIII. Solomon (Case), b. 6 Dec, 1777. 

275. IX. Chloe " 1). 1 Aug., 1781. 

(W. Daniel Phelps, b. Colchester, Ct., 17 
Dec, 1704, 111. Eunice Parsons, b. Springfield, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Gt. Barrington, Mass.. and resided 111 
Salisbury, Ct.. and Akron, X. Y. He d. in Albany, X. Y., 
in 1760, of smallpox, while he was on a business visit there. 



Fourth Generation. 13 01 

Children : 

276. I. Jabez, b. Sheffield, Mass., 18 Nov., 1743. d. 

num. in Gt. Barrington, Mass. 
■+277. II. Daniel, b. Akron, N. Y. , 29 Oct., 1745, d. unm. 

May, 1775. 
+ 278. III. Sarah, b. Salisbury, Ct., 12 Sept., 1747,111. 
Moses Wood. 
279, IV. Pyna, b. Sheffield, Mass,, 8 Oct., 1749, d. nnni. 

Gt. Barrington, Mass. 
+ 280. V. Eli, b. Salisbury, Ct., 14-16 Nov., 1751, 111. 

Mehitable Bostwick. 
2S1. VI. Jabez, b. Salisbury, Ct., 1753, d. unm. Rev. 

Army, at Skenesborough, N. Y. 
+ 2S2. VII. Hezekiak, b. Simsbury, Ct., 1756, 111. Miss 
Dudley. 

74-. Josiah Phelps, b. Colcheter, Ct., 10 
April, 17 16, removed with his father to Westfield, Mass., and 
from there to Gt. Barrington, m. Elizabeth Pixley, 1 July, 
1746. She joined the Church in Gt. Barrington, 3 May, 1747. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Gt. Barrington, Mass. The Hist, of 
Gt. Barrington refers to him as living in 1792, and as having 
served in the Revolutionary Army. 

Children, b. Great Barrington, Mass.: 

2S3. I. Anna, b. 26 Sept., 1746, m. Dea. Wm. Remele. 

No issue. 

284. II. Rhoda, b. 27 Dec, 1748, m. Benajah Dunham. 

No issue. 

285. III. Josiah, b. 4 Aug., 1 75 1 , d. unm. 

75. Jabez Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 19 
April, 1720, removed with his father to Great Barrington, 
Mass., when young. He probably settled in Canaan, Ct. 

Child, b. Canaan, Ct.: 

286. I. Susannah, b. about 1766, m. Joel Cowles. 

77. Zephaniah Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
2 Feb., 1723, removed with his father to Great Barrington, 

Mass., when young. He m. Mary . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Great Barrington, Mass., where, says 



rjo2 Descendants of George Phelps. 

the History of Great Barrington, lie died 4 Sept., 1765. His 
widow, Mary, administered his estate in Oct., 1765. 
Children, b. Great Barrington, Mass,: 

287. I. Tabitha, b. 18 Nov., 1753, m. James Trow- 

bridge. Shed. 19 Oct., 1S2S. 

288, II. Theodosia, b. 25 April, 1756, d. 10 July, 1760. 
+ 289. III. John, b. 30 Jan., 1758. 

290. IV. Josiah, b. 30 March, 1760, bap. Nov. 30, 1760. 

Said to have been living in Chenango Co., 
N. Y., in 17S8. 

291. V. Mary, b. 11 Feb., 1764, bap. March 18, 1764. 
+ 292. VI. Ambrose, m. twice . 

78. Mary Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 1706, m. 
19 Feb., 1729-30, Lieut. Samuel Stiles, sou of Samuel and 
Martha (Ellsworth) Stiles, and was b. Windsor, 15 Jan.^ 
1705-6. 

Lieut. Stiles settled in Windsor, Ct., where he died 17 Feb., 
1792, and where his widow died 6 Oct., 1799. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

293. I. Martha (Stiles), b. 9 April, 1731, m. Elijah 

Parker. Settled in Belchertown, Mass., and 
d. 1782. Had 5 children. 

294. II. Mary (Stiles), b. 1734, d. num. 18 April, 1817. 
+ 295. III. Hannah " b. 1735, m. Ashbel Stiles. 

296. IV. Samuel (Stiles), bapt. 15 May, 1737, d. 21 

Dec, 1757. 

297. V. Elizabeth (Stiles), bapt. 9 Sept., 1739, m, 

Elijah Norton, of Westhamptou, 4 August, 
176S, 4 children. She d. March, 1828. He 
d. 15 March, 1797. 

298. VI. Margaret (Stiles), b. 20 Dec, 1741, d. aged 3 

weeks. 

299. VII. Margaret (Stiles), bapt. 2 Jan., 1742-3, d. 28 

Oct . , 1822. 

300. VIII. Benjamin (Stiles), b. 28 April, 1745, d. aged 

1 9 years. 

301. IX. Abigail (Stiles), b. 15 Oct., 1749, d. 23 July,. 

1S17, 



Fourth Generation. T 3°3 

91. Joseph PinnEy, b. Ellington, Ct., 12 
Feb., 17 10, m. 

Mr. Pinney settled in Ellington, Ct. 

Child, b. Ellington, Ct.: 

302. I. Joseph (Pinney), b. 15 July, 1734, m. Jerusha 

Fuller, and had 7 children. Settled in Lud- 
low, Mass. 

93. Benjamin Pinney, b. Ellington, Ct., 17 1 5, 

m. L-add, in. 2nd Susannah Lathrop, b. 17 10. 

Mr. Pinney settled in Windsor, Ct., where he d. 25 Nov., 
1777. His widow d. 22 Oct., 1792. aged 82 years. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

303. I. Elizabeth (Pinney), m. Reed. She d. 

1805, 

304. II. Lois (Pinney), m. Dr. Staudliff. Settled in 

Shaftsbury, Yt. 

305. III. Benjamin (Pinney), d. unm. in Provincial 

army, Savannah. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

306. IV. Jedida (Pinney), m. Eliakim Hitchcock, re- 

siding in N. Y. 

307. V. Eleazer (Pinney), b. Feb., 1753. For this 

family see Stiles's Windsor, p. 611. 

308. VI. Lemuel (Pinney). See Stiles's Windsor, p, 

612. 

309. VII. Ruth (Pinney), m. Beuj. Woodworth. Settled 

in Randolph, Yt. Had 6 children. 

310. VIII. Chloe (Pinney), m. Lemuel Chapman. Set- 

tled in Ohio, May, 1712. 
31 t. IX. Ebenezer (Pinney), d. Ellington, Ct., 6 July, 
1786. He was a physician. 

\)l. Joseph Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 20 
Sept., 1704, m. Sarah Gilbert, 22 Feb., 1722. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Tolland, Ct. By East Windsor 
church records died 5 Nov., 1746, 

Child, b. Tolland, Ct.: 
+ 312. I. Joseph, b. about 1724, m. twice. 



i jo# Descendants of George Phelps. 

95. Capt. Daniel Phelps, b. East Windsor, 
Ct., 2S March, 1707, m. 28th Feb., 1744-5, Damaris Loomis, 
b. 1 Dec, 1712, d. East Windsor. Ct., 5 May, 1792, in her 
80th 3-ear. Capt. Phelps resided in East Windsor, where he 
d. 11 July, 1792, in his 93rd year. No record of children. 

He was probably a sea captain and commanded the Nancy, 
which sailed between East Windsor and the Barbadoes. 

His will in the East Windsor probate records, probated in 
1792, names legatees, wife Damaris, brothers Jerijah and Ben- 
jamin, sister Mary Kingsbury, and her sister Abigail Kings- 
bury, Clarissa Burnham, daughter of Sarah, William, and 
cousins Daniel Phelps and Joseph Phelps. In 1763, Jerijah 
Phelps and Daniel Phelps Jr., both of Windsor, sell to Eben- 
ezer Grant a parcel of land called Hoskins lot. 

Daniel Phelps and his wife owned the Covenant in the East 
Windsor Church, 30 June, 1793. 

Says Miss Sperry in History of Windsor, p. 596: ' In a 
few old wills I have seen the term " Cousin " used where the 
common usage of the present clay would have employed the 
word "Nephew" —so the affix "Junior" may designate a 
young man of the same name, not necessarily a son." 

1)7. Jerijah Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 17 
Feb., 1712, m. Widow Sarah Bissell, 10 Feb., 1763, daughter 
of John and Eunice (bissell) Stoughton, and widow of Roger 
Bissell, whom she 111. 24 Oct., 1743. They resided in Litch- 
field, Ct., where he died, leaving one son, John (Bissell), b. 
Litchfield, Ct., 25 July, 1754, and who may have been called 
later Roger Bissell, or she may have had another son of that 
name. Of this Miss .Sperry is not sure, as later there was a 
Roger Bissell living in the Phelps family. 

Says Miss Sperry: "The brothers Daniel, Jerijah and 
Isaac formed practically one family, if we may judge by busi- 
ness receipts made out to Daniel Phelps, brothers." She also 
says these three brothers built the Phelps house in 1782, and 
not Joseph, who was then a boy of 17 years. 

Jerijah Phelps d. 21 June, 1702, and his widow d. 10 Sept., 

1794- 

Child, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 313. I. Joseph b. 23 March, 1766, m. Elizabeth Ladd. 



Fourth Generaticm. I3°5 

In the record of baptisms in the East Wind- 
sor Church, now South Windsor, is "23 
March, 1766, Jerijah Phelp's child. This 
Miss Sperry thinks is the Joseph above 
named. 
99. Benjamin Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 
11 Nov., 17 1 7, m. Joanna Coleman, 27 March, 1740. She d. 
7 July 1752. 

Hem. 2nd Widow Christian Youngs, 31 Oct., 1753. She 
was daughter of Elizur or Eleazer Coleman. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Coventry, Tolland Co. Ct. where he 
died 1756. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Coventry, Ct.: 

314. I. Eunice, b. 1 April, 1744. 

315. 11. Joseph, 1). 14 Aug., 1749. 

316. III. Lydia, b. 22 June, 1752, d. 23 Jan. 1753. 
From probate records of Windham, Ct.: 

15 Nov., 1756. Application of Elizur Coleman, and Chris- 
tian Phelps, to have the widow's dower set off in 
estate of Benjamin Phelps, of Coventry. 

Dec, 1756. Applications for division of estate of Benjamin 
Phelps, late of Coventry, unto his two children- 
Joseph and Eunice. 

Dec, 14, 1764. Division of estate of Benjamin Phelps, of 
Coventry, legatees Joseph Phelps, only sou, Eunice 
Phelps, only daughter. 

105. Samuel Marshall, b. Windsor, Ct., 17 
Aug., 1717, m. 17 Nov., 1743, Joanna Cook, b. May 24, 1719, 
daughter of Josiah and Joanna (Kelsey) Cook. She d. Wind- 
sor 13 March, 17 No. 

Mr. Marshall settled in Windsor, where he died 7 Nov. ; 

1797- 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

317. I. Samuel (Marshall), b. 27 March, bapt. 1 April, 

1744, m. Sabra Mills, 12 June, i76g,andhad 
two children. 

318. II. Sarah (Marshall), b. 27 July, 1745. 

319. III. Alexander b. 13 July, 1747. 

320. IV. Joanna b. 27 Oct., 1749. 



ijo6 Descendants of George Phelps. 

116. Edward Kibbe, b. Enfield, Ct., 16 July, 

1694, m. Rebecca . 

Mr. Kibbe settled in Enfield, Ct. 

Child, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

321. I. Edward (Kibbe), b. 5 July, 1723. 

124. Naomi Kibbe, b. Enfield, Ct., Nov. 26, 
1715, m. Daniel Pomeroy, as her second husband. (See No. 
144 for her children by her first husband, Joseph Phelps.) 

Child: 

322. I, Eleazer (Pomeroy), m. Sibyl Kingsbury, Their 

daughter, Wealthy Pomeroy, in. Samuel 
White, and had son, Samuel Pomeroy White, 
who 111. Caroline M. Jenkins, and they had 
daughter, Prances C. White, who m. Mar- 
cellus Hartley, and resides (1899) at No. 
132 Madison avenue, New York City. 

125. Hannah Kibbe, b. Pmfield, Ct., May 15, 
1704, d. Sept. 5, 1 75 1, m. John Larcom, b. Windham, Ct., 
Sept., 1697, son or Mordecai and Abigail (Solart) Larcom, 
who were Huguenots. 

Mr. Larcom settled in Hartford, Ct., where he died, and 
she 111. 2nd, May 8, 1729, Charles Kelsey, of Hartford. 

Children, b. Hartford, Ct., by 1st husband: 
+ 323. I. John (Larconi), b. Aug. 17, 1724, m. Sarah 

Jones. 
+ 323a. II. Job (Larcom), b. Jan. 27, 1726, m. Mary Bush. 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Hartford, Ct.: 

323b. III. Hannah (Kelsey). 

323c. IV. Lois 

323d. V. Charles 

323c VI, Martha 

12!>. Israel Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., Nov. 
13, 1706. removed with his father to Enfield, Ct,, 111. Hannah 
Bennett, 19 Aug., 1730, daughter of William Bennett. She 
d. Harwinton, Ct., 9 June, 1737. He 111. 2nd 26 Jan., 1743-4, 
Mary Bedortha, b. Suffield, Ct. No record of children. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Harwinton, Ct. After the death 



Fourth Generation, I 3°7 

of his ist wife he removed to Suffield, and from there to 
Springfield, Mass., where he died. 

Children, by first wife, b. Harwiuton, Ct.: 

324, I. Hannah, b. 9 Nov., 173 1, m. probably 1751, 
John Rollo, b. 172S. She m. 2nd March 2g, 
1756, Jacob Collins, and probably settled in 
Springfield. 
+ 325. II. Israel, b. 28 Feb., 1733, m. Priscilla . 

326. III. Prudence, b. 9 April, 173.5, d. l May, 1736. 

327. IV. Prudence, b. 9 Feb., 1736, d. 7 May, 1737. 

130. Mary Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 8 Dec, 
1807, (Stiles says 8 Dec, 1704, West field, Mass.) removed 
with her father to Enfield, m. Samuel Osborn, Jr., 14 April, 
17:4. He was son of Samuel and Abigail (Eggleston) Os- 
born, and was b. 6 July, i7oS,or 5. Settled in Windsor, Ct,, 
and d. 6 Feb., 1774, and where his widow died 26 Dec, 1786. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

328. I. Samuel (Osborn), b. 23 Nov., 1725, d. March, 

1746. 



329. 


II. 


Mary 




b. 23 Nov., 1727. 


330. 


III. 


Nathaniel 




b. 24 Jan., 1729-30. 


+ 33i- 


IV. 


Israel 




b. 6 Feb., 1731-2, m. Daraa- 
ris Bancroft. 


332. 


V. 


Abigail 




b. 17 Jan., 1734. 


+ 333- 


VI. 


Daniel 
nah Ely. 




b. 23 June, 1736, m. Han- 


334- 


VII. 


Ebenezer 




b. 8 March, 1738. 


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335- 


VIII. 


Abigail 




b. iS June. 1741. 


336. 


IX. 


Alexander " 




b. 1 Jan., 1743-4. 


337- 


X. 


Hannah 




b. 22 July, 1747. 


+ 338. 


XL 


Samuel 
Lord. 




b. 8 April, 1751, m. Hepziba 




132. Hannah 


Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 10 


June, 


171 1, m. Samuel Osbo 


rn 


, Sr., 20 July, 1737. By her 



he had no issue. His son by ist wife, Abigail Eggleston, m. 
Mary, sister of Hannah Phelps, some twelve years previous, 
Hannah Phelps <1. 8 Nov., 1777, aged 66 years. Mr. Osborn 
d. June, 1756, aged 72 years. 



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Descendants of George Phelps. 



He was son of Samuel and grandson of John Osborn, the 
settler. 

134. David Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 25 Aug., 
17 16, m. 29 March, 1737, Margaret Colton, b. Longineadow, 
1714. and d. Enfield, Ct., 16 Feb., 1810, daughter of Josiah 
and Margaret (Pease) Colton. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Enfield, where he d. 13 Jan., 1S03. 
He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 
I. Eldad, b. 29 May, 1738, m. Jemima Pease. 
II. Margaret, b. 6 May, 1739, m. twice. 

III. Rachel, b. 29 May, 1742. 

IV. David, b. 16 July, 1745, d. 29 Aug., 1746. 
V Mary, b. 16 Aug., 1747, m. twice. 

VI. Martha, b. 20 April, 1750, d. unm. 1772. 

VII. David, b. 23 May, 1753, m. Ann Pease. 

VIII. John, b. 11 Feb., 1756, m. twice. 

IX. Beulah, b. 16 April, 1759, m. William Simons. 

X. Christian, b. 9 Sept., 1762, 111. Dr. Amos Smith. 

i:j(>. Sergt. Xoah Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 16 
March, 1726, 111. widow Hannah Geer, 15 Nov., 1752. She 
was daughter of Thomas and Mary Abbe, and was b. Enfield, 
27 March, 1723. She was widow of Thomas Geer, who set- 
tled in East Windsor, and by whom she had two children, 
Thomas and Elihn Geer. She d. in East Windsor, Ct., 12 
Sept., 181S. 

vSergt. Phelps was a farmer, settled in Enfield, Ct., remov- 
ing to East Windsor in 1774 or 1775, where he d. He served 
in the Lexington Alarm forty days as Sergeant, He later en- 
listed in Col. Wolcott's Reg., Capt. Wells's Co., and is re- 
ported to have died in the service. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

349. I. Noah. b. <> May, 1753, d. num. in Revolution- 

ary Army, at Valley Forge. Says a de- 
fendant of this family: " Noah Phelps, the 
first child, a Lieut, in the Rev. Army, was 
stationed in New Jersey, where he was 
taken sick, and when convalescent wanted 



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+ 35 2 
+ 353 
+ 354 



chicken. A companion procured one for 
him, and the sick man over ate which prob- 
ably caused his death." 
II. Hannah, b. 9 Sept., 1755, m. - — Perkins. 



III. Daniel, b. 16 March, 1759, d. 16 June, 1759. 

IV. Abigail, b. 20 July, 1760, m. John Ward. 
V. Daniel, b. 9 Oct., 1765, m. twice. 

VI. Obadiah, b. 24 Eeb., 1767, m. Lucy Pelton. 

137. Deborah Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., Oct. 
23, 1709, m. Nov. 6, 1728, John Fuller, son of Daniel Fuller, 
of Ashford, Ct. 

Res. Mansfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

I. Deborah (Fuller), b. Dec. 10, 1729. 



o30- 
356. 

357- 
358. 

359- 
360. 
361. 
362. 

363- 
364- 



II. Abigail 

III. Benjamin 

IV. Abigail 
V. John 

VI. All is (dau.)" 
VII. Esther 
VIII. Mariah 
IX. Daniel 
X. Martha 



b. March 1, 1732. 
b. May 17, 1733. 
b. Feb. 11, 1735-6- 
b. April 13, 173S. 
b. Feb. 10, 1739-40. 
b. Oct. 30, 1 74 1. 
b. Jan. 11, 1744. 
b. Nov. 8, 1746. 



^5- 
366. 

367- 



b. Jan. 4, 1749. 

138. Abiel Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., March 
12, 1711-12, m. Aug. 30, 1733, Paul Davison, and res. Mans- 
field. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

I. Oliver (Davison), b. June 17, 1734. 
II. Dan " b. Oct. 2, 173'.. 

III. Phineas " b. July 13, 1740. 

139. Dorothy Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., 
March 5, 1713-14, m. Feb. 28, 1739-40, Joseph Burgess, and 
settled in Mansfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

368. I. Dorothy (Burgess), b. Feb. 3, 1 730-1. 

369. II. Joshua b. Feb. 29, 1743-4. 

370. III. Temsiu (dau)" b. Feb. 20, 1745-6. 

371. IV. Jonathan b. Dec. 24, 1747. 



tjio Descendants oj George Phelps. 

140. Abigail Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., May 
13., 1716, m. Nov. n, 1736, Thomas Hovey. 

They settled in Mansfield. Mr. Hovey m. 2nd Abigail 
Phelps, No. 159. See No. 159 for his children by 2nd wife. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

372. I. Thomas (Hovey), b. Aug. 10, 1737. 

373. II. Abigail b. Jan. 30, 1738-9. 

374. III. Nathan b. Dec. 22, 1740. 

141. Benjamin Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., 23, 
bapt. 30 March, 1718, m. Ruth Horton in Somers, Ct., 1747. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Mansfield, Ct., Westfield, Mass., and 
in Somers, Ct. Says a church record in Mansfield, Ct., in 
1745, dismissed to Somers, Ct., Feb. 14, 1747, where he died 
from a wound caused by a crow-bar, 18 April, 1781. 

Children: 
+ 375. I. Abigail, b. Somers, Ct., 31 Oct., 1748, m. 

Thomas Wood. 
+ 376. II. Benjamin, b. Mansfield, Ct., n Oct., 1750, m. 

three times. 
L 377. III. Samuel, b. Mansfield, Ct., 1751, m. Clarissa 

Skinner. 

375. IV. Ruth, b. Somers, Ct., 5 May, 1753, m. prob. 

Daniel Dibble, Dec, 1787. 

379. V. Sarah, b. Somers, Ct., unm. Drowned on a 

pleasure sail on Sunday. 

380. VI. Joseph, b. Somers, Ct., 24 May, 1760. Proba- 

bly settled in Troy, N. Y. 

142. Anna Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., Aug. 6, 
1719, d. Hanover, N. H., Sept. 25, 1S07, m. March 29, 1739, 
Simeon Dewey, b. Lebanon, Ct., May 1, 1718, d. March 2, 
1751, son of William and Mercy (Bailey) Dewey. She m. 2nd, 
Nov. 27, 1765, Noah Smith, who d. Feb., 1776, and she soon 
removed to Hanover, N. H., where all her children then 
living settled. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

381. I. Theoda (Dewey), b. July 28, 1740, d. March 8, 

1750- 



Fourth Generation. I 3 11 

381a. II. William (Dewey), b. May iS, 1742, d. April 6, 

1744- 
381b. III. Simeon b. Feb. 22, 1744, m. Hannah 

Bliss, m. 2nd Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, 
381 c. IV. William (Dewey), b. Jan. 11, 1 746, -m. Rebecca 

Carrier. 
38id, V. Amy (Dewey), b. Jan. 31, 1748, m. Cap- 

ron, and had two children. 
381 e. VI. Benoni (Dewey), b. July 18, 1750, m. Sabra 

Worthington. 

143. Martha Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., Feb. 
2, 1721, m. Feb. 26, 1740-1, John Smith. Settled in Mans- 
field, Ct. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

3S2. I. John (Smith), b. Jan. 24, 1742. 

382a. II. Peter b. May 17, 1744. 

144. Joseph Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 5 Aug., 
1709, m. 14 Aug., 1734, Naomi Kibbe, No. 124. After Mr. 
Phelps's death she m. Daniel Pomeroy. (See No. 124 for her 
children by him). Mr. Phelps settled in Lebanon, Ct., where 
he d. 1747. 

Probate records, 14 Aug., 1747, Jedediah Phelps and Naomi 
Phelps appointed administrators on estate of Joseph Phelps. 

6 April, 1748, Jedediah Phelps appointed guardian for 
Elijah, aged 2 years, and Naomi, aged six months in May 
next. 

S Dec, 1759, To Sarah, wife of Ichabod Warren, and grand- 
mother of children, one-third as dower, to Naomi, wife of 
Daniel Pomeroy and widow of Joseph Phelps, and balance to 
children Naomi and Elijah. 

The estate inventoried ^,138, 18s. 2d, — Lebanon records. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

383. I. Naomi, b. May, 1742, m. Samuel Hatch, 5 

June, 1760. 
+ 384. II. Elijah, b, April, 1740,- m. four times, 

146. Aaron Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 12 Oct., 
1713, m. Betsey Sprague, at Hebron, Ct., 12 July, 1737. 



iji2 Descendants of George Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps probably settled in Belchertown. Mass. Refer- 
ence is made to him in will of his father in 1750. 

Child, probably b. Hebron, Ct.: 

385. I. Aaron, b. 1738. Settled in Belchertown, 

M;i^., m. Mary Amsden, b. Hadley, Mass., 
1735, danghter of John and Mary (Cole) 
Amsden. 

150. Moses Phelps, b. 6 March, bapt 25 
March 1723 in Lebanon, Ct., m. 29 May, 1745, Sarah 
Meacham, b. Windham, Ct. d. Mansfield, 23 July, 1S00. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and lived at Windham, Somers 
and Mansfield. He d. in Mansfield, Ct., 28 Oct., 1790. His 
will, probated 16 Feb., 1S02, refers to wife Sarah, and son 
Joel, who died insolvent, real estate reverting to sons of Joel. 

Children : 

386. I. Sarah, b. Windham, Ct., 8 Sept., 17 16. d. 

young. 

387. II. Joseph, b. Somers, Ct., 11 April, 174X, d. 29 

March, 1749, 

388. III. Sarah, b. Somers. Ct.. 23 May, 1749. 

389. VI. Desire, b. " "6 Feb., 1750, d. 17 Oct., 

1754- 
300. A". Esther, b. Somers, Ct., 1752, d. in infancy. 

+ 391. VI. Esther, b. Mansfield, Ct., 21 March, 1754, m. 

Daniel Eno. 
392. VII. Ezra, b, Mansfield, Ct., 8 Oct., 1747, num. d, 
Rev, army, April 2, 1778. 
+ 393. VIII. Joel.b. Mansfield, Ct., 7 Sept., 1755, m. Huldah 
Little. 

153 Nathaniel Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 
19 Dec, bapt. 25 Dec, 1726, m. 29th Oct., 1749, Hannah 
Merrick, b. probably Norwich, Ct., d. Mansfield, 29 May, 
1760. 

He m. 2nd 24 Feb.. 1761, Hannah Bassett, daughter of 
Nathaniel bassett. She was b. Mansfield, where she died. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Mansfield, Ct. , where he d. 13 March,. 
1810, in his 84th year. 



Fourth Generation. 



1313 



394- 

395 
+ 396 

+ 397 
398 

+ 399 
400 



Child by 1st wife, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 
I. Hannah, b, 12 Oct., 1752. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Mansfield, Ct.': 

II. Mehitabel, b. 15 Nov., 1761. 

III. Snbniit, b. 25 Sept., 1763, m. Bangs Dunham. 

IV. Joseph, b. 7 Sept., 1765, m. Sarah Hartshorn. 
V. Sarah, b. 18 Oct., 1767. 

VI. Elnathan, b. 12 Nov., 1 7^9, m. Alice Gurley. 
VII. Olive, b. 4 Jan., 1777, m. Ira Dunham, 21 
March, 182 1. 

159. Ann; ail Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 4 
Nov., 1 7 10, m. Oct. 2, 1 74 1, Thomas Hovey, b. Mansfield, d. 
Mansfield, Ct., between 1749 and 1752. He was a farmer. 
He m. 1st Abigail Phelps, No. 140. See No. 140 for his chil- 
dren by her. This Abigail, No. 159, m. 2nd Jabez Barrows. 

From Probate records 30 March, 1742, Silas Phelps, broth- 
er of Abigail, appointed guardian for Abel and S. Hovey, 
children of Abigail. 

1 June. 175S, Guardians appointed for Abel and Seth Hovey, 
and Aug. 7th, 1760 Silas Phelps appointed Guardian for 
Jemima Hovey, 3rd child. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

I. Abel (Hovey), b, Sept. 8, 1742. 
b. June 6, 1 744. 
b. April 20, 1 747. 
b. Feb, 10, 1749. 

160. Jacob Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 16 April, 
1713, m. Ke/.iah Meacham, 14 July, 1737. She m. 2nd 
Jonathan Marsh. 4 Dec, 1752. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lebanon, Ct., where ' he d. 21 Dec, 
1 75 1. He was a farmer. 

From Probate records 15 Feb., 1732, Keziah, widow of 
Jacob Phelps, appointed administratrix, inventory rendered 
^"296, 1 6s., 7d., 27 Feb., 1759. Samuel Seabury appointed 
guardian to children of Jacob Phelps deceased, preference is 
made to Widow Keziah Marsh, children named PUizabeth, 
Keziah and Azulah. 1 April, 1769, by mutual consent of 
Jonathan Marsh, the estate of Jacob Phelps on the one part 

(II-:JD 



401 , 
402, 

403. 

404. 



II. Seth 

III. Jemima 

IV. Deborah ' ' 



/,--// Descendants of George Phelps. 

and Joseph Double-day in right of his wife Elizabeth, and 
Elisha Doubleday, Jr., in right of his wife Keziah, and Brad- 
ford Newcorub in right of his wife Azubah, the daughter of 
and only remaining children of Jacob Phelps deceased on the 
other part declares the Estate of Jacob Phelps settled. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

j.05. I. Keziah, b. 13 .May, 1738, d. 16 Jan., 1739. 

+ 406. II. Elizabeth, b. 3 Aug.. 174". m. Joseph Double- 

day. 
407. III. Keziah, b. 2 Oct., 1742, m. Elisha Doubleday, 

Jr. She d. 6 Aug., 1796. 
40S. IV. Azubah, b. 6 July, 1745, d. 15 Nov., 1746. 

+ 409. V. Azubah. b. 15 Nov., 1747, m. Bradford New- 

comb. 
410. VI. Mary, b. 9 March, 1 75 1 , d. 1768. 

Kil. Paul Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 25 April, 
1717, m. 11 Dec, 1740. Jerusha Dewey, daughter of William 
and Mercy (Bailey) Dewey. She was b. Lebanon, Ct., 6 Dec, 
1720, where she died 17 March, 1752. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, settled in Lebanon, where he d. 
13 April, 1732, 1 Jan., 1753, inventory of estate ^,227, 5s. 
5d. 22 Nov., 1762, division of estate of Paul Phelps, de- 
ceased, to his sister Elizabeth Phelps, unmarried, oldest 
(laughter Jemima, youngest daughter Lurany, Paul Phelps 
oldest son, Zerviah and Jerusha, daughters. 7 April, 1769, 
refers to Jerusha and Joseph Palmer. 22 March, 1772, divis- 
ion of Paul Phelps's estate mentions one son and four 
daughters, all his children. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 
+ 411. I. Jemima, b. 13 Aug , 1 74 1 , m. Nathan Hovey. 

412. II. Zerviah, b. 8 Oct., 1742, m. Daniel Hatch, 4 

.April, 1762. 

413. III. Jerusha, b. 29 May, 1744, m. Joseph Palmer. 

414. IV. Lurany, b. 30 Aug., 1746, d. young. 
+ 415. V. Paul, b. 19 Oct., [748, m. twice. 

416. VI. Lurany, b. 14 Jan., 1751, m. Samuel Carpen- 

ter. He was b. Richmond, Mass., and may 
have settled there. 



Fourth Generation. I 3 I 5 

162. Silas Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 27 Jan., 
1720, m. 23 Dec, 1742, Hannah Dewey, daughter of William 
and Merc}' (Bailey) Dewey. She was b. Lebanon, 14 May. 
1723, where she d. 24 Oct., 1784, in her 62nd year. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, settled in Lebanon. He removed 
with some of his children to Oneida Co., near Rome, N. Y. , 
where he d. in 18 16, in his 97th year. He served in the 
Revolutionary War, enlisting in 3rd Conn. Regiment, Col. 
Samuel R. Webb, in Capt. Willis's Co. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

+ 417. I. Eliphalet, b. 5 Nov., 1743, m. Mehitabel 

Hyde. 
418. II. Anna, b. 27 April, 1747, m. Thomas Bell, 19 

Dec., 1765. 

+ 419. III. Silas, b. 15 May, 1751, m. Lucy . 

+ 420. IV. Jedediah, b. 23 April, 1753, m, 

421. V. Jacob, b. 30 Jan., 1755, d. 8 April, 1759. 
+ 422. VI. Joseph, b. 27 May, 175S, m. Cynthia . 



Reference is made to this family in -the Annals of Oneida 
County. 

165. Jp;dediah Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 20 
June, bapt. 24 Sept., 1727, m. Eleanor Crocker, 10th of 
April, 1749. She m. for 2nd husband Mr. Rocker. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in Lebanon, where he 
d, 1 April, 1752. Probate records, 20 Sept., 1756, division of 
estate of Jedediah Phelps, Jr., deceased, to legatees, his 
widow Eleanor, now Mrs. Rocker, and Silas Phelps, guardian 
of the only surviving child, Lucia Phelps. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

423. I. Lucia, b. 15 Feb., 1750. 

424. II. Solomon (or Silas), b. 31 Oct., 1751, d. 7 

April, 1753. 

173. Martha Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 
6 Oct., 1720, m. John French. He was the first of the name 
in Ct., and from England. He settled in East Windsor, Ct,, 
where he d. 

Child, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 



rji6 



l\ scendants of George Phelps. 



+ 425, I. Martha (French), b. about 1755, m, Israel 

Alien. 

177. Josiah Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 14 
Nov., 17 14, in. probably Ann Griswold, 14 Sept., 1733, 
daughter of Francis and Abigail (Coltou) Griswold. She was 
b. Springfield, Mass., 29 July, 17 16, and d. soon after birth of 
child. He in. 2nd Klizabeth Negers. By her he had no 
issue. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct., where he died. His 
will dated 11 June, 17S1, leaves his property to his widow, 
Elizabeth, and to Aaron and Enoch, sons of his brother 
Aaron. His widow Elizabeth's will, dated 27 Oct., 1783, 
mentions her brother Israel Negers. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

426. I. Joseph, b. 13 July, 1734, d. in infancy. 

1 78. Aaron Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 19 Nov., 
1716, m. 13 Aug., 1742, Mary Kent, b. Simsbury, Ct., prob- 
ably d. Blandford, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and lived in Simsbury and Bland- 
ford. He served in the Lexington Alarm in the Revolution- 
ary Army, and was buried by Rev. Mr. \ lets. 26 April, 1776. 
Children, b. Simsbury, Vt.: 

427. I. Joanna, b. 31 July, 1743, in. John Jones. He 

d. 26 April, 17S6. Shed. 11 March, 1765. 
+ 428. II. Aaron, b. 26 Jan., 1745, m. Ruth Eoomis. 

429. III. Mercy, b. 8 May, 1749- 

430. IV. Enoch, b. Nov., 175 1. 

431. V. Thankful, b. 20 March, 1754. 

432. VI. Deborah, b. 16 Feb., 1757. 

433. VII. Benjamin, b. 8 April, 1763. 

434. VIII. Patty, bapt. 12 Aug., 1704. 

435. IN. Daniel, b. 2 March, 1765. 

436. X. Nathan, b. 8 May, 170s. 

182. Abigail Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 1 
March, 1727, m. probably Elijah Eoomis, 26 Oct., 1753. He 
was son of Charles 1 ,00111 is, b. Bolton, Ct. She d. previous to 
1757, without issue. He m. 2nd Rachel Wolcott, 15 Sept., 
1757. Shed. 31 March, 1S36, aged 99 years. 



Fourth Generation. I 3 r 7 

Mr. IyOomis joined the church at Vernon in 1783 and died 
16 Oct., 1802. He resided in East Windsor and Bolton, Ct. 
He had five children by 2nd wife — Sibyl, Elijah, L,uke, Silas, 
Rachel Loomis. 

192. Thomas Phelps, b. Poquouock, Ct., 27 
July, 171 1, m. according to West Hartford church records, 23 
Nov., 1737, to Margaret Watson, daughter of John and Sarah 
(Steele) Watson. She was b. West Hartford, 7 June, 1 7 1 5 , 
and d. 9 Jan., 1777, aged 62 ye*\s. John was son of John, 
and grandson of John Watson, who was in Hartford 1644. 

James Watson, U. S. senator 179S to 1800, was sou of Mar- 
garet Watson's oldest brother, John Watson, 

Mr. Phelps resided for a time in Poquouock. He also 
owned lands in Torrington, Ct. 6 July, 1744, Joseph Petti- 
bone, of Simsbury, Ct., sold to Thomas Phelps, of Windsor, 
certain land in Simsbury, thus described: " It is the 64 lot 
on the west half mile on to the Widow Mindwell Wilcox, and 
north on the lot laid out by Lieut. Samuel Pettiboue, being in 
breadth one hundred eighty-five rods, and in length half a 
mile, and contains in the whole one hundred and eighty-five 
acres, be it more or less." 

In January, 1752, he buys another small piece of land of 
Timothy Moses. April 8, 1754, Thomas Phelps was admitted 
and had the freeman's oath administered to him at a meeting 
of the freemen of Simsbury. 

Says Miss Sperry: ' We have been told by residents of 
North Canton that his house was situated on the hill next 
south of the old burying ground; this place was afterwards 
owned by Benjamin Phelps and occupied by him. Dec. 16, 
1774, Thomas Phelps bought of Timothy Moses a certain par- 
cel of land, containing forty-three acres, with a dwelling house 
on the premises. Here he died 25 Sept., 1777, but no stone 
marks his or his wife's grave. 

His property was owned in 1S92 by Ansel Case. The dates 
of death of this family were taken from an old book entitled, 
A Record of the Burials in the North Burying Place in West 
Simsbury." 

The will and inventory of Thomas Phelps, on file in Sims- 
bury, gives his son Thomas one-half of his lands in a place 



tji8 Descendants of George Phelps. 

called Windsor, in the Co. of Cumberland, and state of New 
York. 

To his grand-son Job, son of Job Phelps, deceased, of Sims- 
bury, one-half of his lauds in Windsor, purchased of Isaac 
Curtis, and also his dwelling house where he then lived, with 
twenty acres of land thereto adjoining. He also gives his 
grandson, Job, his great Bible, and account books and a plain 
chest . 

Children, fc* Simsbury, Ct.: 

I. Sarah, b. 12 Dec, 1739, m. Hezekiah Adams. 
II. Thomas, b. 17 July, 1741, m. Dorothy Lamb 
Wood bridge. 

III. Margaret, b. 29 July, 1744, m. Moses Cook. 

IV. Lois, b. 23 Dec, 1746, m. Daniel Graham. 
V. Hannah, b. 29 May, 1749, m. James Merritt. 

VI. Job, b. 7 Sept., 1 75 1, m. Phebe - — . 
VII. Mary, b. 20 July, 1754, m. Joel Barber. 

193. Sarah Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 28 
Sept., 1 7 13, m. Timothy Moses, 22 June, 1731. Settled in 
Windsor, Ct., where he d. 25 Aug., 1 7 S 7 . His wife, Sarah, 
d. 12 Sept., 1751 . 

Says Stiles, p. 310, from Bloomfield, graveyard:— 
' In memory of Timothy Moses and his wives. He died 
Aug. 25, A. D. 1787, AE. 81. Mrs. Sarah, his wife, died 
Sept. 12, A. D. 1751, AE. 38. Mrs. Sarah ye 2nd, Nov. 19, 
173*). AE. 52. Mrs. Elizabeth, ye 3rd, Oct. 7, A. D. 1763, 
AE. 47. Mrs. Amy ye 4th, Mar. x, A. D. 1766, AE. 76. Mrs. 
Mary ye 3th survives. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 
I. Timothy (Moses), b. 6 Feb., 1732. 
II. Aaron b. 6 Oct., 1733. 



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+ 438. 


439- 


+ 440. 


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+ 442. 


+ 443- 



444 
1-45 

I I'' 
417 
44 s 
449 



III. Elisha " b. 23 Feb., 1733. 

I\". Sarah " b. 23 Feb., 1738. 

V. Zervia b. 2 Nov., bpt. Nov. 9, 1740. 

VI. Martin b; 13 July, bpt. 17 July, 1743, 



in. Lydia. 
450. VII, Ke'ziab b. 31 May, bpt. 15 June, 

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Fourth Generation. I 3 I ^9 

451. VIII. Dorcas (Moses), bpt. 6 Nov., 1748, 

452. IX. Lydia " b. 11 Aug., 175 1 . 

194. Noadiah Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 7 
Jan., 1 7 15- 16, 111, 24 Feb., 1743, Naomi Case, daughter of 
Joshua and Annie Case. She was b. Windsor, 12 May, 1725. 
After Mr. Phelps death, she 111. 2nd, according to Bloomfield 
Church records, Joseph Eggleston, 21 Dec, 1757, as his first 
wife. By him she had 3 children, Joseph, Mary and 
Ephraim. 

(Mr. Eggleston probably died previous to 1764. He m. 
2rid Mary Mitchell of Granby, Ct. No record of children.) 

Mr. Phelps resided in Simsbury and Wintonbury, now 
Bloomfield, Ct., d. Simsbury, 15 Oct., 1746. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

4.53. I. Shubael, b. 12 Oct., bapt. 11 Dec, 1743, d. 16 

April, 1762. 

Note. — Wintonbury Church records, 16 April, 176.:. "Died 
Shubael Phelps, in ye 19th year of his age. Eunice, daughter 
of Nathaniel Burr, in ye 13th year of her age. N. B. — These 
two persons were burnt in Mr. John Case's house and out of 
its remains part of ye bodies were taken without any limbs 
and buried in one grave," 

454. II. Noadiah, b. Simsbury, Ct., 19 Jan., bapt. 26 

Jan., 1746, d, 1 July. 1763. 

196. Benjamin Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 25 
July, 1720, m. Lydia Palmer, b. 1740, d. North Canton, Ct., 
25 Dec, 1776. He m, 2nd Elizabeth Goodhue, b. 1755, d. 
North Canton, Ct., 1812, aged 57 years. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. In 1767 he purchased the farm 
at Cherry Brook, then owned by his brother Thomas, and set- 
tled there. His home previously had probably been in Po- 
quonock, Windsor, and probably for a time in Wintonbury. 
He d. West Simsbury, now No. Canton, 26 March, 1787, in 
his 67th year. 

Children by 1st wife, b. West Simsbury, Ct.: 

455. I. Benjamin, b. 21 Feb., 1769, d. 1 Jan., 1775. 

456. II. Lydia, b. 29 July, 1770, 111. Freeman Graham, 

b. Simsbury, Ct., 1762, son of Elisha and 
Anna (Humphrey) Graham. She died 1802. 



ij2o Descendants of George Phelps. 

437. Ill: Sarah, b. 29 Nov., 177''. 

Children by 2nd wife, 1). West Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 458. IV. John, 1). [778, m. . 

459. V. Elizabeth, b. 1780, d. unm. 

+ 460, VI. Benjamin, b, 14 Dec., 1782, 111. Sally Parke. 

198. Lydia Phexps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 12 
Jan., 1725-6, in. 1749, Hezekiah Adams, son of Thomas 
Adams. He was b. west part of Simsbury, or Canton, Ct., 
1727, Settled in Canton, Ct., where his wife Lydia d. 10 
Nov., 1760, aged 35 years. He m, 2nd Sarah Phelps, No. 
437, daughter of his first wife's brother, Thomas Phelps. 

Mr. Adams settled in Canton, Ct., where he d. 17S4, aged 
57. See No. 437 for his children by 2nd wife. 

Children, b. Canton, Ct.: 
461. I. Dydia (Adams), b. 1751, d, unm., 25 Feb., 

b, 1733, m. Aaron Richards. 
1). 1756, m. Jesse Steele, 
m. Chloe Johnson, b. 1733. 
d. in infancy, 
d. in iufaecy. 

VM). Abraham Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 20 
July, 1730, m. Mindwell Birge. Stiles says that he removed 
to Torrington in 1707, and died there, but gives no record of 
children. 

There is some reason to think that Abraham removed to 
Sutton, Mass., and had six children, but the Sutton records 
state that they are "children of Henry and Sarah Phelps." 

203. Anna Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 18 
Dec, 1738, m. about 1760, John Bancroft, son of Thomas and 
Mary Bancroft, lie was 1>, Windsor, Ct., 31 Dec, 1733. 

Mr. Bancroft settled in Scantic, Ct. lie was a gunsmith 
by trade, during the Revolutionary War, and a blacksmith. 
A musket made by him is now in the possession of his great- 
grandson, Dr. F. J. Bancroft, of Denver, Col. He d. 20 
March, [800, aged 66 years. 

Children, b. Scantie, Ct.: 







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462. 


II. 


Dorcas 


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III. 


Lucind; 


464. 


IV. 


Charles 


465- 


V. 


A child 


[.66. 


VI. 


A child 



Fourth Generation, ^3 21 

467. I. Anna (Bancroft), b. 22 Oct., 1763-4, m. Caleb 

Jones, of Enfield. She d. 1839. 
+ 468. II. John (Bancroft), b. 12 Oct., 1767,111. Penelope 

Heath. 

204-. John Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., S Jan., 
1 738-9, m - Rachel Osborn, daughter of John and Sarah 
(Stiles) Osborn. She was b. 6 July, 1 74 1 , d. East Windsor, 
30 June, 1829, in her 88th year. 

Mr, Phelps probably settled in East Windsor, Ct., where he 
d. 14 May, 181 2, in his 73rd year. He served in the Revolu- 
tionary Army. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

469, I. Pen, b. 20 Oct., 1767, 111. 

470. II. Sarah, b. 8 Sept., 1771, d. unm., Sept., 1864. 
+ 471. III. Aurilla, b. 31 March, 1776, m. Nehemiah 

( >sborn. 
472. IV. Noadiah, 1>. 30 Nov.. 1788, d. unm. 4 Jnne, 
[800, in New York City, of yellow fever, 
buried in Poquonock, in a lead coffin. 

207. Hon. Oliver Phelps, b. Poquonock, 
Ct., or Canton, Ct., 21 Oct., 1749, m, Mary Seymour, daugh- 
ter of Zachariah and Sarah (Steele) Seymour. She was b. at 
Hartford, or Harwinton, Ct., 16 Nov., 1752, d. Canaudaigua, 
N. Y., 13 Sept., 1826. 

Mr. Phelps's father died when he was about three months 
old, and his mother when he was about 16 years old. At the 
age of seven years, 1756, he entered a store in Suffield, Ct., 
where he remained until he arrived at the age of 21 years. In 
1770 he settled in Granville., Mass., where he entered into the 
mercantile business. He was a successful and prominent 
merchant, and held many offices of honor and trust in his 
adopted state. 

During the Revolutionary War he took an active part in 
the affairs of t lie colony, and was appointed by the state to 
furnish materials and supplies for the army of Mass. He was 
so successful in this work that at one time his obligations 
commanded as good credit as the state. 

Says the Hon, William H. Hubbell, a descendant of this 



i ;22 Descendants of George Phelps. 

family:— " Mr. Phelps was present at the skirmish 19* April, 
1775, at Lexington. For the period of one year, 1776, he 
served as Deputy Commissary on the staff of Gen. H. Cham- 
pion, commanding general of the Continental Army. This 
was his only, strictly speaking, military service in the army. 
He was soon after appointed by the state of Mass. Superin- 
tendent of Purchases for the state, of supplies for the arm)-, 
and held that office to the close of the war. After it closed 
he was, while a resident of Granville, Mass., honored by vari- 
ous offices, among which were those of assemblyman, state 
senator, and member of the Governor's Council. In 1788 
Mr. Phelps joined with the Hon. Nathaniel Gorham, of 
Charlestown, Mass., in purchasing from the state of Massa- 
chusetts the preemption right to 6,000,000 acres of land in 
western New York, subject to the extinguishment by them of 
the Indian title thereto. In July, 17S8, he made a treaty with 
the Indians on Buffalo Creek, now the city of Buffalo, and 
purchased the Indian title to about 2,600,000 acres of said 
land, being bounded by the preemption line on the east, and 
on the west partly by the Genesee River, and south by the 
state of Pennsylvania, and north by Lake Ontario. This 
tract ever since known as the " Phelps and Gorham Pur- 
chase." In 1790 Phelps and Gorham surrendered to the 
state of Massachusetts the remainder of said 6,000,000 acres 
included in their contract, and lying west of their purchase 
of the Indians, and the state thereupon sold said remainder to 
Robert Morris, of Philadelphia, Pa." 

In 1788-1789 Mr. Phelps had surveyed their purchase, and 
subdivided it into regular townships and lots, and in 17.^9 
opened in Canandaigua, on the site of his subsequent residence, 
the first land office established upon American soil, for the 
sale of lands to the settlers. He thus became the originator 
of that method, which was subsequently adopted by the gen- 
eral government lor the sale and settlement of the public 
di nnain. 

The Hon. William Walker of Lenox, Mass., assisted in 
making the surveys and took charge and management of the 
office for the Phelps .K: Gorham Company. During the year 
1789, the first wheat was grown in Genesee County, also 
known as Ontario County. 



Fourth Generation. I 3 2 3' 

In 1 79 1 Mr. Phelps built a well-appointed grist mill on the 
outlet of Canaudaigua Lake, at a place now known as Shorts- 
ville. In 1802 Mr. Phelps removed his family to Canaudaigua, 
which thenceforth he made his residence until his death. In 
1792 he was appointed Ju<ige of Ontario Co., aud was Repre- 
sentative in Congress from New York State in 1S03-1805. He 
was a member of the Republican party and opposed the Fed- 
eralists of his day, and was a prominent friend and supporter 
of Thomas Jefferson and his administration. During the set- 
tlement of the colony and while Mr. Phelps's residence was 
still in Connecticut, his time was chiefly passed in Canaudai- 
gua, and there was no enterprise of an educational, religious 
or public character, which he did not earnestly love to pro- 
mote, In 1799 he endowed the Canaudaigua Academy with a 
liberal grant of 6,000 acres of laud for the maintainence of, 
and to aid in the education of indigent aud promising young 
men. He maintained good faith in his dealing with the 
Indians, and sought and secured their full confidence and 
friendship. He earnestly desired and liberally contributed to 
the prosperity of his settlers, who had found in him a wise 
counsellor and a devoted friend. Mr. Phelps died in Canau- 
daigua 21 Feb., 1809, aged 60 years. Upon his tomb-stone in 
that place may be read: — 

"Enterprise, Industry and Temperance cannot always 
secure success, but the fruits of these virtues will be felt by 
Society." 

Mr. Phelps for a short time before removing to Canaudai- 
gua resided in Suffield, Ct. 

Children, b. Granville, Mass.: 

473. I. Lavinia, b. 1774. While one authority names 

this child, it is undoubtedly an error and 
there were two only. 

+ 474. II. Oliver Leicester, b. 22 Sept., 1775, m. Betsey 

Law Sherman. 

+ 475. III. Mary, b. 5 Sept., 1 7 7 s , m. Amasa Jackson. 

209. Nathaniel Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
5 Nov., 1710, m. 28 May, 1734-5, Sarah Bush, b. Westfield, 
1 7 1 r , d. Pittsfield, 2 July, 1773, aged 62 years. He m. 2nd 
Rachel Rowley, 16 May, 1774. By her he had no children. 



*3H 



Descendants of George Phelps. 



Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He first settled in Westfield, 
where his children were born. He purchased and sold sev- 
eral pieces of real estate in Westfield, previous to 1760. At 
about this time he removed to Pittsfield, Mass., where he died 
30 Nov., 1786. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

+ 476. I. Abigail, b. 11 Oct., 1737, m. Dan Cadwell. 

477. II. Sarah, b. 26 Dec, 1739. 

+ 47S. III. Lois, b. 11 April, 1742, m. Daniel Weller. 

+ 479. IV. Stephen, b. 26 Oct., 1744, m. twice. 

4S0. V. Hannah, b. 2 Dec, 1747, m. John Weller, 

June 10, 177'). 

+ 4S1. VI. Israel, b. 5 Feb., 1752, m. Dovisa Root. 

210. Jonathan Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
3 Aug., 1730, 111. Dillie Sonle, b. Swansey, R. I., 1740, d, 
Simsbury, Ct., 30 Dec, 1802, in her 62nd year. 

Mr. Phelps served in the French War, and after returning 
settled in Swansey, R. I., where he married, and where four 
of his children were born, removing from there to Simsbury, 
Ct., where he d. 2 July, 1794. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Swansey, R. I., except last: 

I. Noble, b, 1760, 111. twice. 

II. Austin, b. 6 Nov., 1768, m. twice. 

III. Jonathan, b. 1770, m. Priscilla Fleming. 

IV. Fleanor, m. Daniel King. 
V. Noah Loomis, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 12 Sept., 

177s, m. twice. 



+ 482 

+ 4S3 
+ 484 

+ 485 

T 486 



'21+. Martha Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass,, 29 
Aug,, 1735, removing soon with her father to Silnsbury, Ct., 
m. 6 July, 1733, Daniel Barber, b. Simsbury, 1732, where he 
settled, and d. is April, 1779, and where his wife d. 15 Dec, 
[821, in her 87th year. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 487. I. Daniel (Barber), b. 2 Oct., 1756, m. Mrs. 

Chloe Case. 
+ 488. II. Rosetta (Barber), b. 13 May, 1758, 111. Capt. 

Jacob Pettibone. 



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489 

+ 490 
49i 

493 

+ 494 

495 
496 

497 
498 



III. Martha (Barber), b. S June, 1760, m. Asabel 

Holcomb. She d. in Granby, Ct., 1S60. 

IV. Jared (Barber), b. 29 Feb., 1764, m. Eunice 

Bissell. 
V. Israel (Barber), b, 12 May, 1765, m. Mary 
Georgia. Settled in Selden, N. Y. 
VI. Russell (Barber), b. 17 July, 1767, m. Set- 
tled in Middletown. 
VII. Roswell (Barber), b. Aug., 1770, m. Betsey 
Barber. Settled in Selden, X. Y. 
VIII. Calvin (Barber), b. 15 Feb., 1772, m. Rosanua 
Humphrey. 
IX. Sarah (Barber), b. 13 March, 1775, m. George 

Forsha. Settled in Derby, Ct. 
X. Abigail (Barber), b. 13 Sept., 1778, m, Noah 

Taylor. Settled in Elgin, 111. 
XI. A child (Barber), d. in infancy. 
XII. A child d. in infancy. 



216. Cai-t. Austin Phelps, b. Sims bury , Ct., 

1740, m. 27 Oct., 176S, Deborah Moore, daughter of Thomas 
and Hannah (Gillett) Moore. She was b. Windsor, 19, bapt. 
25 Aug., 1745, where she d. He probably m. 2nd Martha 

. She d. 9 Dec, 1821. By her he had no issue. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct. He was a farmer. He 
served in the Revolutionary War as Lieut, and Capt, in Col. 
Thomas Cook's regiment in 1777, and was in Battle of Still- 



water, 19 Sept., 1 



/ / / 



He died in Windsor. 



Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 499. I. Rhoda, b. 29 April, 1770, m. twice. 

+ 500. II. Zelina, b. 29 May, 1774, m. Lorel Eoomis. 

501. III. Jule, b. 22 July, 1776. Bapt. 28 July, 1776, 
Bloom field. 
+ 502. IV. Harriet, b. 21 Feb., 17S4, m. Elihu Loomis. 

217. Margaret Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 13 
Nov., 1747, m. 17 Dec, 177 1 , Simeon Higley, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 1752. Settled in South Canaan, Ct., where he d. 30 Dec, 
1822, in his 70th year. His widow d. there 11 May, 1S50, 
aged 102 years, 3 months and 26 days. 



/ lid Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children, b. South Canaan, Ct.: 

+ 503. I. Clarissa (Higley), b. 30 Nov., 1772, m. Ezekiel 

Hoskins. 

504. II. Simeon ' b. 31 May, 1777, d. 17 Feb., 1778. 

505. III. Margaret " b. 28 June, 1779, d. unm. 15 

Aug., 1S7S, aged 100. 
+ 506. IV. Sarah (Higley), b. 25 Sept., 1781, in, Alpheus 

Hayes. 
507. V. Didymus " b. 30 April, 17S4, d, 6 Aug., 

1 850. 
+ 508. VI. Simeon b. 17 Oct., 1785, m. Wealthy 

Noble. 
509. VII. Henry " b. 7 July, 1788 (or 1782), m. 

Caroline Phelps. He settled in South Canaan, 

Ct., where he died April 16, 1872, in his 

90th year. 

22+. Simeon Moore, b. Windsor, Ct., 6 Jan.', 
1732, m. 22 Nov., 1753, Hannah Barber, daughter of Benja- 
min and Hannah (Lewis) Barber. 

Mr. Moore settled in Windsor, Ct., removing about 1755 to 
Torringtou, Ct. He d. at Windsor, Ct., in 1789. 

Children, b. Torringtou, Ct., except first : 

+ 510. I. Hannah (Moore), b. Windsor, Ct., 28 May, 

1754, 111. Timothy Cooke. 

511. II. Benjamin (Moore), b. 1 March, 1756, d, Wes- 

terville, Ohio. Was a Revolutionary soldier. 

512. III. Chloe (Moore), b. 17 Aug., 175S, m. Abiel 

Griswold. See No. 817, page 280. 

513. IV. Philander (Moore), b. 18 Feb., 1759, m. Was 

Revolutionary soldier. 
+ 514. V. Simeon (Moore), b. 20 March, 1760, 111. three 

times. 
515. VI. Eldad Barber (Moore), b. 10 Oct., 1762. Rev- 

olutionary soldier. 

II. Azubah (Moore), ) twins, b. Feb, 1 m. Edward 

[■ 13, 1765, bap. - Phelps. 
VIII. Uicinda(Moore), ) Oct. 16, 1768, (m.Dr Tim- 
othy Mather. No issue. 



+ 516. \ 



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FIFTH GENERATION. 

228. IyiEUT. Isaac Phelps, b. Westfield, 
Mass., bapt. 16 April, 1734. (Says another authority bapt. 
22 Feb., 1732), removed with his father to Windsor, Ct., when 
about eight years old, in. 1750, Jemima Holcomb, daughter of 
Joshua Holcomb. She was b. Windsor, Ct., about 1735, Hem. 
2nd Anna Brown, a widow. Says Otis church records: "Isaac 
Phelps of Windsor, Ct., 111. Anna Brown of Sandisfield, Mass., 
27 Jan., 1779." .She was widow of Palmer, and b. Pitts- 
field, Mass., d. Tyringham, 26 Feb., 17S3. Hem. 3rd Joanna 
Hathaway, probably of Suffield, Ct., b. 1743, d, Otis, Mass., 
24 Nov., 1829, aged 86 years. 

Lieut. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct. He appears to have 
resided for a time in Tyringham, Mass., where his 2nd wife 
died, removing from Windsor to Otis, where his 3rd wife 
died, and where he d. 13 Feb., 1829, aged 96 years. Heserved 
in the Revolutionary War as Sergt., and a commission was 
granted him as Lieut, in Windsor, Ct., 3 Nov., 17S6. In 
April, 1824, Isaac Phelps Jr., Alanson Phelps and Isaac F. 
Phelps are referred to in the Otis Church Records. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 518. I. Isaac, b. abont 1753, m. Honora Stevens. 

+ 519. II. Jesse, b. 1756, m. 

+ 520. III. Zerah, b.. , m. 

+ 521. IV. Phares, b. 29 Sept., 1765, m. twice. 

522. V. Jemima, b. 1767, m. Howland Marcy. Settled 

in Otis, Mass., and d. there. 
Child by 2nd wife, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

523. VI. Alfred, b. 17S0, d. unm. in Australia, 1799. 

Children by 3rd wife, b. Windsor, Ct. 

524. VII. Infant child, b. 30 Aug., 17S9, d. same day. 
+ 525. VIII. Marcus, b. 9 April, 1795. m. Susan Smith. 

233. Mary Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 12 July, 
1736, m. Artemus Eastman, 31 Dec, 1762. He d. leaving no 
issue. She m. 2nd Michael Griffin. Settled in Simsbury, Ct. 
Children by 2nd husband, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 



rj28 Descendants of Georgt Phelps. 



526 

527 
528 

529 

53o 



I. Michael (Griffin). 

II. Allison 

III. A daughter " m. Reuben Dibble. 

IV. A daughter " 
V. A daughter 



237. Aaron Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 20- 
Jan.. 1730, m. 22 June. 1758, Mary Noble, daughter of Moses 
and Mary (Grant) Noble. She was b. Westfield, 19 Jan., 
[736, where she d. 28 April, 1S30, in her 95th year. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in Westfield, where he 
d. 1 2th March, 1789, aged 59 years. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

531. I. Mary. b. 29 May, 1759, d. 26 April, 1760. 

532. II. Aaron, b. 7 July, 1760, d. same year. 
+ 533. III. Moses, b. 4 Dee., 1761, m. Merc}- Root. 

534. IV. Mary, b. 9 Dec., 1763, m. Edgar Noble, 24 

May, 1 7 S 4- She d. 5 Feb., 1850, aged 86. 

535. V. Aaron, b. 6 Oct., 1765, d. 12 Jan., 1776. 

536. Yi. Isaac, I). 20 Feb., 176S, d. 21 Feb., 1768. 

+ 537. VII. David, li. 2S July, 1769, in. Martha Thompson. 

538. VIII. Noble, b. 14 Sept., 1771, d. 22 May, 1776. 

539. IX. Roxanna, b. 2^ July, 1776, m. Levi Bishop, b. 

Rupert, Yt., Dec. 8, 1796. 
+ 540, X. Aaron Noble, b. 29 Sept., 1777, m. Clarissa 

Root. 
541. XI. Desire, b. 29 Oct., 17S0. 

'.Ml. Ruth Phelps, b. Westfield. Mass., May 
20, 1738, d. Jan. [803, m, Oct. 6, 1762, Joseph Dewey, b. 
Westfield, Mass., March 5, 1741. d. Westfield, Mass., Dec. 31, 
[815, son of Joseph and Beulah (Sackett) Dewey. His father 
married his wife's sister as 2nd wife. 

He was a farmer in Westfield, lived in the Fox district, was 
drafted to go into the Continental army and fined ^20 for re- 
fusing. Was admitted to the church June ?6, 1763. 

Children, b. Westfield. Mass.: 

541a. I. Ruth (Dewey), b. Sept. 18, 1763, m. Justus 

Rose, of ( rrauville, Mass. 



Fifth Generation. 1329 

541b. II. Stephen (Dewey), b. Aug. 26, 1765, m. Persis 

Morgan. 
541c. III. Hannah (Dewey), b. Jan. 27, 1768, d. mini. 
54id. IV. John (Dewey), b. March 14, 1770, 111. Jane 

Spelhnan, 2nd Mehitabel Collins, 3rd widow 

Catharine Russell (Stow) Henry. 
541c V. Abner (Dewey), b. Dec. 1, 1774, m. Nancy 

Hicock Shepard. 
54 1 f . VI. Caleb (Dewey), b. Nov. 6, 1779, 111. Lucretia 

Phelps. See No. 1015. 

'.J-tG. Noah Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 4 
Sept., 1743, 111. 26 Sept., 1765, Lydia Bush, daughter of Zach- 
ariah and Ann Mary (Loomis) Bush. She was b. Westfield, 
3 Dec, 1745. and d. there 1 July, 1828. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in Westfield, Mass., 
where he died 28 July, 1818, aged 75 years. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 
342. I. Charles, b. 23 Jan., 1766. 

543. II. Pydia, b. 14 Jan., 1768, 111. - — Perkins. 

544. III. Enoch, b. 16 Aug., 1770. 

545. IV. Kzekiel, b. 12 Jan., 1773. 

546. V. Sarah, b. 19 Feb., 1775. 

+ 547. VI. William, b. 4 May, 1777, m. Abigail Holcomb.' 

248. John Phelps, b. Westfield. Mass., 9 
March, 1746, m. Jerusha (probably Phelps), who d. Westfield, 
Mass., 1 Oct., 1769. He m. 2nd Mary Moseley, 6 Dec, 1770. 
Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in Westfield, Mass., 
where he died 10 May, 1S02. This family is supposed to have 
settled in Russell, Mass. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

548. I. John, b, 7 Aug., 1764, d. 1776. 

549. II. John, b. 15 Jan.. 1767, 111. 

550. III. William Henry, b. 31 July, 1769, m, 

These two families settled in Russell or Palmer, Massachu- 
setts. 

251. Moses Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 1 
Feb., 1 75 1, m. . 

(11-32) 



133° Descendants of George Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mass., probably removed 
West. 

Children, b. Westfield, , Mass.: 

+ 551, I. Nancy, b. 17 Feb., 1817, in. Solomon Phelps. 

+ 552. II. Huldah, b. after 1S19, m. George Saxton. 

+ 553. III. Cynthia, m. Daniel Holcomb. 

Probably others. The record of this family is not reliable. 

255. George Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
Jan. 6, 1759, m. Anna Lee, 24 March, 1781. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, first settling in Westfield, Mass., 
about 1786, removing to Washington, where he d. 23 Nov., 

17S7. 

Children: 

554. I. Elizabeth, b. Westfield, Mass. 

555. II. John, b. Westfield, Mass. Lived in Franklin 

Co., Mass. 
+ 556. III. Thomas, b. Washington, 23 March, 17S7, m. 
Nancy Brown. 

557. IV. . 

558. V. — . 

258. Luke Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 21 
Oct., 1756, m. Cloda West, 2nd Oct., 1784. Probably m. 2nd 
Elizabeth Parker, Chester, Mass., published 13 Jan., 1797, m. 
Feb. 2, 1797. 

Mr. Phelps after marrying, probably settled in Cauandai- 
gua, N. Y. 

250. Ezra Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 9 Oct., 
1758, m. Phebe Bishop, 19 Aug., 17S4. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield. (Note. — Possibly settled 
in Lewistown, Fulton Co., 111.) 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

559. L Jerusha, b. 29 Oct., 17S5. 

560. II. Freeman, b. 25 April, 1787. 

+ 561. III. Charlotte, b. 9 Jan., 1789, m. Joseph Cobb. 

562. IV. Thankful, b. 27 Dec, 1790. 

563. V. Julia, b. 12 Dec, 1792. 

+ 564. VI. Bishop, b. 20 March, 1794, m. Amy King. 



Fifth Generation. T 33 r 

565. VII. Amanda, b. 28 March, 1796. 

566. VIII. Joel, b. 6 March, 179S. 

567. IX. Serena, b, 12 Feb., 1S00. 

*2(»4-. Stephen Phelps, b. Westfi.eld, Mass., 2 
March, 176S, in. Lois Day, at Palmyra, N. Y., 20th June, 
J 795- She was b, 11 Oct,, 1777, d. L,ewistown, 111., iS Sept., 

1837- 

Judge Phelps, on marrying, settled in Palmyra, N. Y. , 

where he was Judge of Probate about 1815. He removed to 
Canandaigua, and from there to Eewistown, 111., where he 
was a merchant and where he d. 30th Sept., 1840, in his 73rd 
yeor. He was also a noted hotel keeper. 

He was well acquainted with some of the Indian chiefs in 
New York, and was a personal friend of Red Jacket. One 
authority says that he removed to Sangamon Co., 111., about 
1820, and thence to Lewistown. 

Children, b. Palmyra, N. Y., except the last : 

+ 568. I. L,aura, b. 26 Aug., 1796, m. twice. 

+ 569, II. Emily, b, 5 Oct., 1798, m. Joel Wright. 

+ 570. III. Alexis, b. 10 Aug., 1800, m. Cornelia Day, 

+ 571. IV. Myron, b. 17 May, 1803, m. twice. 

+ 572. V. Stephen Sumner, b. 1 Aug., 1S05, m. twice. 

+ 573. VI. William, b. 1 Nov., 180S, m. Caroline Kelsey. 

+ 574. VII. Charles, b. Canandaigua, 25 Oct., 1818, m. 
Jane Rice. 

2-70. Apollos Case, b. Simsbury, Ct., Aug. 
1, 1768, d. Simsbury, Ct., Jan. 15, 1827, m. Polly Frazier, b. 
Grauby, Ct., Jan. 4, 1781, d. Simsbury, Ct., Dec. 28, 18 13, 
daughter of Daniel and Abigail (Holiday) Frazier. 

The father of Daniel Frazier, was Thomas Frazier, who 
came from near Inverness, Scotland, to New York city, re- 
moving to Hartland, Ct., thence to Granby, Ct. 

Mr. Case settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

575. I. Sherlock (Case), b. about 1801. He started 

for Ohio about 1S27, but was never heard 
from. 
+ 576. II. Emily (Case), m. Allen Bodwell. 



rjj2 Descendants of George Phelps. 

577. III. Mary Maria (Case), m. George Sherrigan. He 
was a merchant in Cincinnati. No issue. 
4-578. IV. Virgil S. (Case), b. about 18 10, m. - -. 
+ 57 1 )' V. James Rodney (Case), b. Oct. 10, 1S12, m, 

Elizabeth A. Wilkinson. 
+ 580. VI. Harriet Reynolds (Case), b. Jan. 10, 1813, m. 

— Monk. 

277. Sergt. Daniel Phelps, b. Akron, N. 
Y., Oct. 29, 1745, removed with his father to Stockbridge, 
Mass., early in life. 

In May 177s, when the report of the Battle of Lexington 
was received in Stockbridge, a company of minute men were 
immediately raised of which Thomas Williams, wasCapt., and 
Daniel Phelps Sergt. and started for Boston. They were 
stationed in Cambridge. While Sergt. Phelps was in his own 
room one day several of his men came in and requested him 
to drill them. With this Company was a Mr. Yale. During 
the drill Mr. Yale pointed his gun towards Sergt. Phelps, who 
ordered him to turn it the other way, which he did, but when 
ordered to fire he again pointed his gun towards Sergt. Phelps 
and laughing, fired. Mr. Yale no doubt thought the gun was 
not loaded, but unfortunately it was loaded with a ball which 
passed through Sergt. Phelps' lungs, lodging in his back- 
bone. From this wound he died in three days. 

He was greatly loved and respected by all his friends and 
acquaintances. He was unmarried. 

278. Sarah Phelps, b. Salisbury, Ct., 12 
Sept., 1747, removed with her father to Stockbridge. 7 Nov., 
1777. m. Moses Wood, b. Sharon, Ct. 

Mr. Wood was a resident of Lenox, Mass., 14 March, 1768, 
where he was chosen to a minor office. By real estate records 
he first purchased laud there 10 July, 1769, and is again re- 
ferred to in Lenox conveyances 4 Dec, 1782. He purchased 
lands in Pittsfield, in Dec. 1782, and April 1783, and May 
28th, 1789. He was chosen a tything man in Pittsfield, 24 
Dec, 1782. He conveyed Real Estate in Pittsfield 2 April, 
17S9. Sally Wood, presumably his wife, signs with him. He 
probably settled in Oneida Co., X. Y., or settled in Pompey, 
Onondaga Co., N. Y., and had seven children. Says a des- 



Fifth Generation. J 333 

cendant of this family, "Daniel Wood a lawyer of Potnpey, 
m. a Miss Simons, daughter of Judge Simons — had three 
children — 2 sons and one daughter. One sou Daniel P. Wood 
graduated at Yale, studied law, settled and practiced in Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. , and in 1857, was a member of the Assembly of 
New York State. 

280. Eli Phklps, b. Salisbury, Ct., 16 Nov., 
1 75 1, removing when young with his father to Stockbridge, 
Mass., m. 19 Sept., 17S6, Mehitabel Bostwick, b. Milford,Ct., 
d. Stockbridge, Mass., 1 May, 1S17. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Stockbridge, Mass., about one mile 
west of the village, where he d. 6 May, 18 16. He was a far- 
mer. He and his wife were buried in the Stockbridge Ceme- 
tery, where there grave stones may be seen. 

Children, b. Stockbridge, Mass.: 

581. I. Amanda, b. 3 April, 17S7, d. 1111111, ](> April, 

1827. 

582. II. Daniel, b. 12 May, 1790, d. num. 1864. 

This brother and sister never married, and lived together. 
This Daniel was in the War of 181 2 in Capt. Williams's com- 
pany and was stationed in Boston. This brother and sister 
are buried in the Stockbridge Cemetery, where their grave 
stones may be seen. 

282. Hezekiah Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
1756, d. Mount Lebanon, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1S10, aged 54, ac- 
cording to the Shaker death records. 

He m. in Pittsfield, Mass., March 14, 17S0, a Miss Dudley, 
who was probably the Ruth Phelps recorded by the Shakers 
as having died in Hancock, Mass., in 1785. Mr. Phelps was 
a shoemaker, and settled in Richmond, Mass., and evidently 
joined the Shakers, in whose care his only son, Stephen, was 
left. 

He served in the Revolutionary war. 

Child, b. Richmond, Mass.: 
+ 583. I. Stephen, b. March, 1780, m. St. John. 

28*). John Phelps, b. Great Barrington, Mass., 
30 Jan., bapt. 10 Feb., 1758, m, . 



/ 1 ,'/ Dt si enda n Is of George Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps for a time resided in Great Barriugton, remov- 
ing from there to Poultney, Vt., and from there to Canan- 
daigua, or Chenango Co., N. Y., in 1788. 

Children, b. Poultney, Vt., except first : 

584. I. Zephaniah, b. Great Barrington, Mass. 

+ 585. II. Orange, b. 27 Jan., 177S, m. 

585a. III. Ira. 

586. IV. Ambrose. 

5S7. V. John, b. 2 Sept., 1780. 

588. VI. Josiah. 

589. VII. Hiram, m. Matilda . 

Records of this family not reliable. 

292. Ambrose Phelps, b. probably Great 
Barrington, Mass., probably removed with his brothers to 
Poultney, Vt., and from there to Chenango Co., N. Y. , m, 
2 March, 1792, Dydia Gillett, b. 8 April, 1772, d. Canaudai- 
gua, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1802. 

He m. 2nd Mary Geyrms, b. Chenango Co., 12 Aug., 1780, 
d. Canandaigua, N. Y. , 4 Aug., 1845. 

Mr. Phelps appears to be of this family. All our corres- 
pondence leads that way. His graud-sou says he was b. Oct. 
7, 1772. He settled in 1792, in Ontario Co., at the head of 
Canandaigua Lake, where he d. 31 Jan., 1S26. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Canandaigua, N. Y. 

590. I. Ambrose, b. 6 Nov., 1796, m. 16 Sept., 1818, 

Hannah Daron. He d. 8 March, 1850. 

591. II. Moses, b. 9 Oct., 1798, d. 9 Dec, 1805. 

592. III. John W., b. 12 March, 1809. No record. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Canandaigua, N. Y.: 

593- IV. hydia, b. . 

594. V. Mary, b. 20 Aug., 1804. 

595. VI. Moses H., b. 2 Dec, 1805, m. Christopher 

Bunnell, 3 March, 1824, in Canandaigua. 

596. VII. Aaron, b. 12 Aug., 1807, d. 28 March, 1S32. 

597. VIII. Josiah, b. 19 March, 1809, d. 1881. 

598. IX. Moses, b. 15 Sept., 1S11, d. Homer, Mich., 15, 

July, 1 S3,,. 
+ 599. X. Timothy, b. 8 March, 1816, m. three times. 



Fifth Generation. I 335 

295. Hannah Stiles, b. Windsor, Ct., 1735, 
m. Feb., 1759, Ashbel Stiles, son of Rev. Isaac and Keziah 
(Taylor) Stiles. She was b. Hartford, Ct., 11 Sept., 1735. 

Mr. Stiles was cousin of his wife. He settled first in North 
Haven, thence to Windsor, thence to Norwich, now Hunting- 
ton, Mass. Served in the Revolutionary War. He d. at Nor- 
wich, Mass., 1S10, where she also d, Sept., 1810. 

Children, b. North Haven, Ct.: 

600. I. An infant, b. 1759, d. in infancy. 

601. II. Esther (Stiles), b. 30 Aug., 1760, d. 7 Oct., 

1823. 

602. III. Samuel " b. 3 Dec, 1762, m. Hannah 

Ellsworth. 

603. IV. Job " b. 12 June, 1765, m. Mary 

Drake. 

604. V. Hannah b. 16 May, 176S, m. Elisha 

Lyman, Jr. 

605. VI. Benjamin (Stiles), b. 10 March, 1772, d. Jamai- 

ca, W. I. 

606. VII. Ruth (Stiles), b. 3 Feb., 1778, m. Ebeuezer 

Ellis. 
For descendants of this family see Stiles, p. 710. 

31*-*. Joskph Phelps, b. Tolland, Ct., about 
1724, m. Lydia Osgood, at Pomfret, Ct., 6 June, 1749. She 
d. Pomfret, 20 July, 1761. Hem. 2nd Elizabeth Abbott, at 
Pomfret, Ct., 28 Sept,, 1761. She was daughter of William 
Abbott, and was b. Andover, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in Pomfret, Ct., soon 
after marrying, where he died. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Pomfret, Ct.: 

607. -I. Joseph, b. 23 July, 1750, d. 26 Sept., 1754. 

608. II. Lydia, b. 3 Oct., 1753, d. 4 Oct., 1753. 

+ 609. III. Joseph, b. 19 Oct., 1756, m. Jennette . 

610. IV. Lydia, b. 26 June, 1759, d. 21 Jan., 1762. 

611. V. Hannah, b. 18 July, 1761. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Pomfret, Ct.: 

612. VI, Elizabeth, b. 4 March, 1765. 

613. VII. Lydia. b. 5 Feb., 1767. 



ijj6 Descendants of George Phelps. 

Note. — Windham probate — Joseph Phelps of Pomfret, Ct., 
from the estate of Zebediah Abbott, late deceased, ^50 as the 
share of his wife Elizabeth, who was daughter of William 
Abbott, of Audover, Ct., and sister of the above named Zebe- 
diah Abbott. 

Note. — In Windham probate records he is called Joseph, 
Jr. He also owned 55 acres of land in Pomfret. See land 
records. 

.'»13. Joseph Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 23 
March, 1766, m. Elizabeth Ladd, 28 Aug,, 1794. She was 
daughter of Matthew and Mary (Grant) Ladd, and was b. 
East Windsor, Ct., 1 77s, d. there 21 May, 18 16, aged 43 
years, of the typhus epidemic. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Windsor, Ct., later South 
Windsor, where he died 5 Jan., 1834. Mr. Phelps was a 
farmer, and in early life kept a hotel in the old homestead 
built by his fatber in 1782. He apparently bought the sign 
and continued the business of Gen, P>astus Wolcott. This 
house was sold to Capt. Ward, then to John P. Jones, who 
tore it clown to 18S1. 

Mr. Phelps at one time was a man of large property, which 
appears to have been largely reduced in his old age, as when 
be (1. he lived in an old house, near the house built and occu- 
pied as a hotel. 

IK: was one of a church committee to collect taxes, a town 
clerk and on the town school committee. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

614. I. Jerijah, b. 28 June, 1795, d. unm. 4 Now, 

I Six 1. 

613. II. Sarah Stoughton, b. 19 Nov., 1797, d. unm. 

Lived witb her brother, Isaac New r ton 
Phelps, in New York city. 
616. III. Joseph Pissed, b. 12 Jan., 1800, d. 2 Jan., 

[802. 
+ 617. IV. Isaac Newton, b. 23 April, 1S02, m. Sarah 

Maria Lusk. 
618. V. Mary Grant, b. 28 July, 1S03, d. unm. 

+ 619. VI. Joseph Bassett, b. 23 June, [808, m. Lucy — 



Fifth Generation. I 337 

620. VII. Elizabeth Hooker, b. 11 Oct., 181 1, d. unm., 
4 March, 1840. 
+ 621. VIII. Julia Ann, b. 20 March, 1816, m. Zeno King. 

323. John Larcom, b. Enfield, Ct., Aug. 17, 
1724, d. Oct. 19, 1797, m. June 18, 1746, Sarah Jones, of 
Hartford. 

Child, b. Hartford, Ct.: 
+ 622. I. Thomas (Larcom), b. Oct. 31, 1756, in. Sarah 

Hutchinson. 

There were at least five other children. 

323a. Job Larcom, b. Enfield, Ct., Jan. 27, 
1726, in. Mary Bush. 

Children : 

622a. I. John (Larcom), b. 1748. 

622b. II. Mary " b. 1750. 

622c. III. Hannah " b. 1752. 

3*25. Israel Phelps, b. Harwintou, Ct., 28 

Feb., 1733, 111. Priscilla , 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Springfield, Ma^., 
when quite young, where he settled and died. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

623, I. Hannah, b. 4 Feb., 1756. 

+ 624. II. Israel, b. 16 Aug., 1757, m. Sarah Higby. 

+ 625. III. Ebeuezer, b. 21 Oct., 1759, m. Submit Higby. 

626. IV. John, b. 5 Jan., 176 1 . 

627. Y. Mary, b. 14 May, 1762, d. young. 
62 s. VI. Lucy, b. 1 Feb.. 1764. 

629. VII. Gideon, b. 4 Aug., 1765, d. 1 Jan., 1770, 
+ 630. VIII. Mary, b. 22 Oct., 176s, m. Benj. Drake. 
+ 631. IX. Abigail, b. 8 Feb., J770, 111. Joseph Parsons. 

331. Israel Osborn, b. Windsor, Ct., 6 Feb., 
1731-2, m. iS April, 1751, Damaris Bancroft, b. Wethers- 
field, Ct. 

* 

Mr. Osborn settled in Windsor, Ct., where he died. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 
632. I. Isaac (Osborn, b. 26 May. 1753. 



Descendants of George Phelps. 

633. II. Ruth (Osborn), b. 1 April, 1756. 

634. III. Nathaniel" b. 24 Oct., 1758. 

635. IV. Abigail " b. 11 Nov., 1 76 1 . 

333. Daniel Osborn, b. Windsor, Ct., 23 
June, 1736. m. Hannah Ely. She d. 31 Jan., 1S25, aged 79 
ycar<. 

Mr. Osborn settled in Windsor, Ct., where he died 18 
March, 181 8, aged 82 years, He was a farmer. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

636. I. Daniel (Osborn), b. 25 Feb., 1765. 

637. II. Elijah " b. 13 July, 1768,111. Abigail 

Prior. 
63S. III. Stephen b. 4 June, 1770, 

639. IV. Hannah 

640. V. Moses, b. 10 Nov. 1772. 

641. VI. Mary 

338. Samuel Osborn, b. Windsor, Ct., 8 
April, 175 1, m. 20 Nov., 1766, Hepzibah Lord, She d. 5 
March, 1819. 

Samuel was less than 16 3- ears ol«i at marriage, but, accord- 
ing to Stiles, there was no other Samuel Osborn to fill the bill. 

Mr. Osborn probably settled in East Windsor, Ct. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

642. I. Ebenezer (Osborn), b. 16 Aug., 1767. 

643. II. Hepzibah b. 12 Feb., 1769. 

644. III. Abigail " b. 7 April, 1771. 

645. IV. Samuel b, 12 July, 1774 

331). Eldad Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 29 May, 
173s, m. Jemima Pease, b. 1741, d. Enfield, Dec, 1S09, aged 
69 years. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in Enfield, Ct., where he 
d. 6 Oct., 1 s 1 1, in his 74th year. He served in the Revolu- 
tionary War, in the 5th Co. of the 8th Regiment, Col. Hunt- 
ington. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

646. I. Jemima, m. Ephraim Pease. / ^ . 

647. II. Susannah. f twins. 



Fourth Generation. IH9 

+ 64S. III. Eldad, b. 26 April, 1768, 111. Abigail Simmons. 
+ 649. IV. Peletiah, b. 29 Sept., 1770, m. Sarah Simmons. 

340. Margaret Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 6 
May, 1739, m. — -Nelson, b. Vermont, m. 2nd - - Norton, 
b. Chester, Warren Co., N. Y. She lived to be over 90 years 
old. 

343. Mary Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., Aug. 16, 
1747, d. Springfield, Mass., July 5, 1S47, m. Nov. 12, 1772, 
John Dewey, b. Lebanon, Ct., June 27, 1743, d. Suffield, Ct., 
Jan. 17, 1807, son of David and Hannah (Hall) Dewe}\ She 
m. 2nd, John Parsons, of Springfield, Mass., by whom she had 
no issue. 

Mr. Dewey lived at Boston Neck, in Suffield, Ct. He 
served in Arnold's expedition against Quebec in 1775, and 
was a private in the 5th Reg. Conn. Dine. Mr. Parsons set- 
tled in Enfield where he died. The widow, Mary, in later 
years, lived with her son John Dewey in Genesee Co., N. Y. 

Children, b. Suffield, Ct., by 1st husband: 

654. I. John (Dewey), b. Aug. 4, 1773, m. Olive Hovey. 

655. II. Molly b. April 19, 1775, m. Moses 

Hull. 

656. III. Jedediah " b. May 15, 1777, m. Anna Bem- 

ent. 

657. IV. Elam b. April 16, 1779, m. . He 

d. near Manchester, N. Y. 
65S. V. Ira (Dewey), b. Nov. 11, 17S1, m. Charlotte 

Tillotsou. 
659. VI. Clarissa (Dewey), b. Oct, 15, 17S5, m. Gainus 

Booth. 

34-5, David Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 23 May, 
1753, m. 17 Eeb., 1 78 1, Ann Pease, daughter of Ephraim and 
Tabitha (Abbe) Pease. She was b. Enfield, Ct., 6 Feb., 1760, 
where she d. 10 March, 1837, in her 78th year. Mr. Phelps 
was a farmer, settled in Enfield, where he d. 2 Nov., 1834, in 
his 82nd year. He served in the Revolutionary War, was in 
the Lexington Alarm and enlisted twice, once for 3 months 
and once for 3 years. 



/?/,'» Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

+ 660. I. David, b. 22 Oct., 17S1, in. Polly Bromley. 

+ 661. II. Gains, b. 22 Dec, 1783, ni. Susan Carrow. 

+ 662. III. Jabez, b. 22 Aug., 1785, m. twice. 

663. [V. Mary, b. 22-25 Nov., 1786, m. Samuel C.Crane. 
Shed. April 16, 1848. No issue. 
+ 664. V. Roswell,b. 9 -May, 1789, m. twice. 

665. VI. Ozias, b. 24 Aug., 1781, d. 13 May, 1799. 
+ 6(><>. VII. Sylvester, b. 4 July, 1793, m. three times. 

667. VIII. Horace, d. 19 Nov., 1794. 
+ 66S. IX. Ann. b. 25 Feb., 1795, m. twice. 
+ 669. X. Horace, b. 23 April, 1707, m. Laura A. Allen. 

+ 670. XI. Osee, b. 9 March, 1799, m. Clarissa Pasco. 
+ 671. XII. Abigail Pease, 1). 2 March, 1801, m. Horace 
Holkins. 

'172, XIII. Nelson, b. 14 Sept., 1804, m. Settled in 
Enfield, Ct. No issue. 

Note. — Says a descendant of this family, " this family were 
all over six feet, and averaged over two hundred pounds each." 

34(>. John Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 11 Feb., 
1756, m. 22 March, 1779, Anna Baker, b. Colebrook, Ct., d. 
there 4 April, 1797. He m. 2nd, 1798, Betsey Bingham, 
daughter of Thomas Bingham. She was b. Ellington, 6 Dec, 
1760, d. Colebrook, Ct., 16 Feb., 1841, in her 80th year. 

John Phelps reported residing at Colebrook, Ct., 1840, pen- 
sioner, age 84 years. Act of 1832 gives this pension to all 
soldiers, including militia or state troops, who served two 
years or more. 

Also reported on pay roll of 8th Co., 1st Regiment of 
Militia, which was raised mostly at Windsor, Ct. Served from 
Aug. 2, '78, to Sept. 12, '78, in expedition to dislodge British 
from Newport, R. I., was present at Battle of Rhode Island, 
Aug. 2(j, '78, was in Capt. Rudd's Co., Chapman's regiment, 
Tyler's brigade. 

Also served in Capt. Seymour's company of Light Dragoons 
from July 8 to July 19, '79, in consequence of alarm that 
British were about to attack New Haven, Ct. And joined 
Capt. Dana's company of cavalry as ensign, April 29, '81, 
promoted to Lieut, and to command a troop of horse in Gen. 



Fifth Generation. I 3~l- 1 

Walesburg's brigade, Aug, 19, 'Sr. This report as above is 
all taken from same early days of Ct. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

I. John, b. S Dec., 1779, m, Statira Graves. 
II. Elihu, b. 10 April, 1782, m. Margaret Cruick- 

shank. 
III. Chauncey, b. 17 May, 1785, 111. Polly Shattuck. 
IV '. Sylvester, b, 4 May, 1787, m. Maria Lathrop. 
V. Levi, b. 16 Oct., 17S9, m. Sarah Cooper. 
VI. Anna, b. 9 March, 1792, in. Joseph Peck. 
Settled in Maysville, Ohio. She d. 18 
Aug., 1S50. 
VII. Martha, b. 6 Sept., 1794, m. Silas Mead. 
VIII. Ralzeman, b. 7 April, 1794, d. 11 Feb,, 1S02. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

IX. Charles B., b. 27 April, 1S00, m. Marion Sage. 
X. Ralzeman. b. 29 May, 1802, m. twice. 
XI. Betsey, b. 13 June, 1804, m. twice. 

34-7. Beulah Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 16 
April, 1759, m. William Simons. He settled in Colebrook, 
Ct., where he died 28 April, 1S09, and where his wife d. June 
11, 1S42, in her 84th year. He was a farmer. No record of 
children. 

34S. Christiana Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct , 
Sept. 9, 1762, m. 29 Jan., 1783, Dr. Amos Smith, b. Enfield, 
Ct. Settled in Sandisfield, Mass., where he practiced medi- 
cine for many years, and where he died 6 Aug., 1S07, and 
where his widow died 2 Aug., 1854, aged 92 years. 

Children, b. Sandisfield, Mass.: 

684. I. Christiana (Smith), b. 2 May, 1784. 

685. II. Amariah b. 10 March, 1786,111. Lnc\ 

J, Phelps. See No. 1S46, page 443, for 
children. 

686. III. Sylvester (Smith), b. 24 Jan., 178S. 
6S7. IV. Erastus b. 25 Feb., 1790. 

6SS. V. Cynthia b. S May, 1792, d. 3 Feb., 

1S07. 



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+ 674. 


+ 675- 


+ 676. 


+ 677. 


67S. 


+ 679. 


680. 


+ 681. 


+ 682. 


+ 683. 



iJ4 2 Descendants of George Phelps. 

689. VI. Clarissa (Smith), b. 23 Feb., 1794. 

690. VII. Harvey b. 10 Ma}-, 1796. 

691. VIII. Sally " b. 20 Feb., 1798. 

692. IX. Ira . " b. 2S Aug., 1800. 

693. ' X. Phelps " b. 18 Jan., 1805, d. 29 Dec., 

1806. 

350. Hannah Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 9 Sept., 
1755, ni. - - Perkins, who settled in Westfield, Mass. 
Child, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

694. I. Hannah (Perkins), b. about 17S0, m. Col. 

Foot, of Middlefield, Mass. 

352. Abigail Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 20 
July, 1760, m. John Ward, b. Enfield, Ct. Settled first in 
Middlefield, Mass., removing from there in 1798, to Warren, 
Herkimer Co., X. Y., where he and his wife died. 

Says Mrs. George S. Morgan, a descendant of the family. 
''John Ward and his'brother, Samuel, served in the Revolu- 
tionary army. John Ward carrying dispatches from Gen. 
Washington's headquarters, was once captured by the British 
and confined in prisonship in Boston harbor from which he 
escaped, was recaptured and again escaped. He was honor- 
ably discharged from'the army and received a pension during 
his life." 

Says Conn. Soldier Records, "Enlisted in Sth Reg., 
Spencer's, Capt. John Wells's Co., May S, discharged Dec. 
10, 1775. Again enlisted April 8, 1777, for three years, in 
3rd Reg. Conn, line, Capt. Abel's Co., taken prisoner 18 
Sept., 1777, discharged 10 April, 1780." 

Children, b. Middlefield, Mass., except two last: 

695. I. John (Ward), m. Sally Duseubury. Settled in 

Warren, Herkimer Co., X. Y, 

696. II. Abigail (Ward), m. Timothy Loomis. Settled 

in Warren, Herkimer Co., X. Y. 
+ 697. III. Samuel (Ward), m. twice. 

698. [V. Xoah (Ward), m. Eovina Warren, removed to 

Aldeu, 111., d. there. 

699. V. Artemus (Ward),m. 1st Diadema Delaney, 2nd 

Jane Freeman. 3rd Almira Bishop. 



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1343 



700. VI. Benjamin (Ward), m. Huldah Northrop. Had 

two children. 
+ 701. VII. Polly (Ward), b. Warren N. V., m. Joel 

Northrop. 
702. VIII. George (Ward), b. Warren, N. Y-., m. No 

issue. 

353. Daxip:l Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 9 Oct., 
1763, m. 17 Nov., 1788, Elizabeth Pelton, daughter of Nathan 
and Ruth (Thompson) Pelton. She was b. East Windsor, 
Ct., 20th Aug., 1766, d, 30 June, 1809, aged 43 years. He 
m. 2nd Ruth Pelton, sister of his first wife, 30 Dec, 1812. 
She was b. East Windsor, Ct., 18 Sept., 1769, d. 9 April, 
1850. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, settled in East Windsor, Ct., 
where he d. 21 March, 1S54, in his 91st year. He was a 
member of Scantic Parish Church, and built the house occu- 
pied by his son William. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

I. Ruth, b. 7 Feb., 1790, m. John Doom is. 
II. Hannah, b. 14 Nov., 1791. d. num. 6 June, 
1866. 

III. Noah, b. 26 Oct., 1793, m. Lucy Barber. 

IV. Daniel, b. 29 Dec, 1795, d. mini. Aug. 6, 
1822. 

V. Elizabeth, b. 30 Dec, 1797, m. Ashbel Barber. 
VI. Mary, b, 25 Feb., 1800, m, Jason Ellsworth. 
VII. James, b. 15 Sept,, 1802, m. Mary Allen, 
VIII. Charlotte, b. 29 Sept., 1804, m. Benjamin 
Allen, 11 May, 1828. Settled in Warren, 
Herkimer Co., N. Y. , where she d. 7 April, 
1829. 
IX. William, b. 19 Sept., 1806, m. Mary Ann 
Soule. 



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704. 


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706. 


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707- 


+ 708. 


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709. 




710. 



II, 



Note. — Says a descendant of this family: " Daniel Phelps 
was anxious to enlist in the Revolutionary Army, but on 
account of his age his father would not allow it." 

Note by Miss Sperry. — "Three of Nathaniel Pelton's 
daughters married Phelpses. The Pelton and Phelps families 
disagreed in politics, and on the engagement of Mr. Pelton's 



134-4- Descendants of George Phelps. 

third daughter to a Phelps, he is reported as saying, " Well, 
I have a little yellow clog. If I knew there were any more 
Phelpses around I would tie her up." 

Note by Miss Sperry.— 'Nathan Pelton, sou of Nathan 
Pelton and Elizabeth Champion, b. probably in East Windsor, 
settled first in Portland, Ct., or Goldensburg Lauding, thence 
removed to East Windsor, m. Ruth Thompson, daughter of 
John and Janet (Scott) Thompson. Had a family of twenty 
children, of which Elizabeth and Ruth m. Daniel Phelps, Lucy 
m. Obadiah Phelps, James, their youngest sou, m. 2nd Sophia 
Gaylord, a descendant of Dea. William Gaylord, who emi- 
grated to New England in 1630. Their oldest daughter, 
Hannah Frances Pelton, m. Daniel Gilbert Sperry, of Sperry 
Farms, near New Haven. Settled in East Windsor Hills, Ct. 
Of this family Miss Ruth T. Sperry, then youngest child, is 
our correspondent, and to whom we are indebted for much 
information of the Phelps family of East Windsor and its 
surroundings. " 

354-. Obadiah Phelps, b, Enfield, Ct., 24 
Nov., 1767, m. Lucy Pelton, at East Windsor, Ct., 12 Dec, 
[797, daughter of Nathan and Ruth (Thompson) Pelton, and 
b. East Windsor, Ct., 7 Nov., 1775, d. Turin, N. Y., 1: Oct., 
1863. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. After marrying, he settled in 
Becket, Mass., where he resided up to 1804, when he removed 
to Turin, N. Y., where bed. Sept., 1S60, in his 93rd year. 
The deed of his farm is the 1st in the first record book of 

Lewis Co., N. Y. He also taught school in Turin, for a short 
time. 

Children: 

712. I. Lucy, 1). Becket, Mass., 21 Aug., 179S, d. 

Turin, X. Y., Aug. 5, 1888, m. Homer Col- 
lins. Res. Turin, N. Y. 
+ 713. II. Obadiah, b. Becket, Mass., 26 Nov., 1800, m. 

Eleanor Booth. 
714. III. Charlotte, b, Becket, Mass., 3 Aug., 1S03, m. 

kirklaud. Settled in Utica. She d„ 
Jan. 1, 1S34. 



Fifth Generation. r 34S 

+ 715. IV. Elihu, b. Turin, N. V., 8 Dec. 1805, m. Mary 
J. Dover. 

716. V. Noah, b. Turin, N. V., 21 May, 180S. Resided 

in Monroe Green Co. Wis., 1890. 

717. VI. Julia, b. Turin, N. Y., 14 Aug,, 1S10. Resided 

in Turin, N. Y. 
71S. VII. Emily, b. Turin, N. Y., 2 June, 1813, d. 6 
July, 181 9. 
+ 719. VIII. William, b. Turin, N. Y., 16 Jan., 1S16, m, 
Catharine E. Jacobs. 

375. Abigail Phelps, b. Somers, Ct., 31 Oct.,. 
1748, m. Thomas Wood. 

Settled in Somers, Ct., and probably removed from there. 

Child, b. Somers, Ct.: 

720. I. Lucinda (Wood), b. 6 July, 1775, m. David 

Phelps, See page 473, Xo. 1976. 
Probably other children. 

376. Benjamin Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., ir 
Oct., 1750, in. Sarah Cook. b. Andover, Ct. He m. 2nd, 
21 Dec, 1793, in Springfield, Mass., Susan Chapin. She was 
widow of Mr. Shepard of Tolland. She d. 6 Dec, 1809. He 
m. 3rd, 25 Dec, 1810, Anns Shepard, of Tolland, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Somers, Ct. He was a blacksmith by 
trade, and for a long time a Justice of the Peace. He d. at an 
advanced age. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Somers, Ct.: 

721. I. Ann. b. 10 Feb., 1774, m. John French. Set- 

tled in Willsboro, Ulster Co., X. Y. 

722. II. Ruth, b. 30 Dec, 1775, m. Abel Saxtou. Set- 

tled in Somers, Ct. 

723. III. Moses, b. 11 Ma>-, 177S. 

+ 724. IV. John,' b. 14 Dec, 1779, m. Ruth Saxton. 

725. V. Ezra, b. 28 May, 1782. 

f 726. VI. Levi, b, 25 Jan., 17S6, m. Fanny Hall. 

377. Samuel Phelps, b. Mansfield Ct., m. 
Clarissa Skinner. 

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+ 727 

728 
729 
73o 
73i 
732 

734 
735 



Mr. I 'helps early in life settled in Watervliet, Troy, N. Y., 
where he died. 

Children, b. Troy, N. Y.: 

I. Samuel, b. 12 Jan,, 1796, m. Sophia Barrows. 
II. Oliver, b. 179.S. 

III. Ruth. 

IV. Charlotte. 
V. Clarissa. 

VI. Cornelia. 
Yir. Eliza. 
VIII. Catharine. 
IX. John H. A maker of surveying instruments', 
Troy, N. Y. 

oS-1-. Elijah Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., April, 
1740, m. 2 March, 1769, Elizabeth Smith, 1). Norwich, d. 
Lebanon, 14 Dec, 1774. He m. 2nd 22 March, 1778, Judith 
Parish, who d. Lebanon, Ct., 8 April, 1790. By her he had no 
children. He m. 3rd 26 Oct., 1791, Lucy Cleveland. She 
d. Lebanon, Ct., 29 Aug., 1S16. He m. 4th 7 Dec, 1819, 
Lovisa Ann Parish. By her he had no children. She d. in 
Lebanon. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He settled in Lebanon, Ct., 
where he d. in 1822. 

The inventory of his estate 9 Jan., 1823, $3753.40. Refer- 
ence is made in probate to his son Elijah, daughter Laura 
Waldo, wife of Zaccheus Waldo, Elizabeth, wife of John 
Morse, Naomi Northrop, Lydia Little, wife of Ralph Little, 
and widow Lovisa Ann. 

His sou Elijah is referred to in Probate, April, 1826, as of 
Darien, Genesee Co., N. Y. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 
I. Ruth, b. 27 April, 1770, m. Seth Payne, 2nd 
Mordecai Ellis. 

II. Naomi, b. 27 April, 1770, m. May 3, 1793. 
Bela Allen. She m. 2nd Isaac Northrop. 
Res. Lebanon, Ct. 

73.x. III. Elizabeth, b. 2 Feb., 1772, m. John Morse, 

Dec. 19, 1798. 
730. IV. Eunice, b. 5 Feb., 1774, d. num. 1 May, 1794. 



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Fifth Genera tio n . T 347 

Children by 3rd wife, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

740. V. Joseph, b. 22 June, 1793, d. 9 March, 1796. 

741. VI. Laura, b. 26 Oct., 1794, m. Zachariah Waldo, 

of Hampton, 4 July, 1S12. 

742. VII. Elijah, b. 8 March, 1796, m. Settled in Dar- 

ien, Genesee Co., N. Y. 

743. VIII. Lydia, b. 17 April, 1799, m. Ralph Little. 

391. Esther Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., 21 
May, 1754, m. 23 June, 1783, Lieut. Daniel Eno, son of Sam- 
uel and Eunice (Marshall) Eno. He was b. Windsor 12, 
bapt. 18 April, 1742. 

Lieut. Eno settled in \\ "indsor, Ct., where his wife d. 10 
July, 1 7S7, and where he d. 9 Dec, 1797. He served in the 
French War in 1760, when he received his commission as 
Lieut. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

744. I. Hezekiah (Eno), b. 1 July, 1783, m. Elizabeth 

Griswold. 
+ 745. II. Esther (Eno), b. 9 July, 1785, m. Rufus 

Holmes. 

746. Ill, Daniel (Eno), b. 6 June, 1793. 

747. IV, Mary (Eno), b. 26 May, 1794. 

393. Joel Phelps, Mansfield, Ct., 7 Sept., 
175S, m. Huldah Little 23 Nov., 1775. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and first settled in Mansfield, Ct. 

The will of Joel's father, Moses Phelps, proved in Windsor, 
Ct., in 1S02, names all of Joel's children. 

Mansfield records says he died in N. Y, State, 20 June, 1797. 
He served in the Revolutionary War in the 1st Regiment of 
Militia or train band. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct. : 
I. Apame, b. 14 April, 177S, m. James Cook. 
II. Ezra, b. 3 Dec, 1779. 

III. Ira, b. 12 Jan., 1782. 

IV. Sarah, b. 1 Jan., 17S7. 
V. Little, b. 28 Dec, 17S8. 

VI. Chester, b. 2S Nov., 1790. 
VII. Esther, b. 8 Sept., 1792. 



74S. 


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750- 


75 1- 


752. 


753- 


754- 



ijj.8 Desct ndants of George Phelps. 

This family probably settled in New York v State. 

390. Submit Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., Sept. 
25, 1763, 111. Dec. 9, 17S2, Bangs Dunham. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

755. I. Abel (Dunham), b. Aug.. 29, 17S3. 

756. II. Royal " b. June 18, 1785. 

757. III. Hannah b. Sept. 3, 1787. 

758. [V. Artemus " b. May 19, 1790. 

759. A'. Ella b. May 25, 1794. 

397. Joseph Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., 7 
Sept., 1765, 111. 1 July, 17S9, Sarah Hartshorn, of Lisbon, Ct. 
.Mr. Phelps settled in Mansfield, Ct., probably removing to 
Lebanon. Probate Records, 29 July, 1795, shows inventory 
of estate of Joseph Phelps, late of Lebanon, ^,22, 15s, 6d. 
He probably died that year. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

760. I. John, b. 3 May, 1 79 1 . 

761. II. Hannah, b. 2 March, 1794. 

399. Elnathax Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., 12 
Nov., 1769, died there in 1831. He 111. Aug. 13, 1795, Alice 
Gurley. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, settled in Mansfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

762. I. Mille, b. 14 July, 1796. 

763. II. Daniel, b. 30 Aug., 179S, 111. Dec. 6, 1821, 

Maria Owen. 
+ 764. III. Olive, b. 29 Aug., 1800, m. Jerry Dunham. 
+ 765. IV. Asher Gurley, b. 18 Dec, 1807, m. Emily 

Powers. 

406. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 3 
Aug., 1740, m. Joseph Doubleday, 12 April, 1759. 

Mr. Doubleday settled in Lebanon, where three children 
are recorded, then removing from there. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 
766. I. Jacob'(Doubleday), b. 12 May, 1760. 

766a. II. Joel b. 12 June, 176(1. 

766b. III. Azubah " b. 25 July, 1768. 



Fifth Genera tio n. T 319 

409. Azubah Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct,, Nov. 
15, 1747, d. April 11, 1799, m. 1769, Bradford Newcomb, b. 
I^ebanon, Ct., Nov. 9, 1747, d. Greenwich, Mass., June 10, 
1822, son of Silas and Submit (Pineo) Newcomb. 

They settled in Mass., returning to Lebanon, Ct., after a 
few years, and in 1776, removed to Mansfield, Ct., and in 
1792 to Greenwich, Mass. 

Mr. Newcomb was a cooper and later a farmer. He was a 
Revolutionary soldier. He m. 2nd, June, 1S00, Mrs. Ruth 
Marvin of Salem. 

Children : 

767. I. Asaph (Newcomb), b. Jan. 6, 1770, m. Eliza- 

beth Adams. 
767a. II. Wealthy (Newcomb), b. 1772, d. young. 

767b. III. Silas b. Feb. 24, 1775, m. 

Eunice Burroughs, 2nd Augusta Freeman, 

3rd Susanna L. Bartlett. 
767c. IV. Bradford (Newcomb), b. Feb. 17, 1777. m. 

Hannah Clark. 
767d. • V. Wealthy (Newcomb), b. June 26, 1779, m. 

Roger W. Ketchum. 
76S. VI. Azubah (Newcomb), b. 1781,111. Wm. Knight. 

768a. VII. Submit b. 17S3, d. young. 

768b. VIII. Fanny " b. Mansfield, Ct., March 6, 

17X5, in. Wyatt Borden. 
768c. IN. Calvin (Newcomb), bap. Mansfield, Ct., May 

4, 1788, m. Anna Powers, 2nd Polly Has- 

khis, 3rd Susan Davis. 
768d. N. Submit (Newcomb), bap. Mansfield, Ct., Nov. 

21, 1790, m. John Stevens, 

4-11. Jemima Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 13 
Aug., 1741, m. Nathan Hovey, 11 Nov., 1762. Mr, Hovey 
for a time lived in Lebanon, where he had two children born, 
then probably removing from there. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

769. I. Azel (Hovey), b. 5 Nov., 1763. Recorded in 

Mansfield. 

770. II. Nathan (Hovey), b. 8 July, 1768. 



135° Descendants of George Phelps. 

+15. Paul Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 19 Oct. ^ 
1748, in. Zerviah Calkins, probably daughter of John and 
Sarah (Huntington) Calkins. She d. in 1776. He m. 2nd 
Theodosia Root. 

.Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He first settled in Lebanon, Ct. 
After the death of his first wife he removed to Mansfield, Ct., 
staying there but a short time, from there to West field, Mass., 
and from there to Pennsylvania, where he died. He is re- 
ferred to in will of his father, dated 22 Nov., 1762. 

(The Mansfield town records give six children, b. on dates 
as below, of "Paul and Zerviah Phelps," The Mansfield 
church records give the baptism of Jedediah, Oct. 3, 1784, 
with the foregoing six children, "all of the household of Paul 
and Zerviah Phelps," and the same records give the baptism 
of Paul, May 21, 1786, also child of Paul and Zerviah Phelps. 
This does not agree with the statements made above nor the 
birthplace of the children.) 

Children by 1st wife, b. Lebanon, Ct.: 

771. I. Anna, b. 1 Sept., 1768. 

+ 772. II. Simeon, b. 4 Oct., 1 77 1 , m. Submit Holcomb. 

773. III. Zerviah, b. 16 Nov., 1773. 

774. IV. Elijah, b. 1 Oct., 1775. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

775- V- John, b. 18 May, 1779. 

+ 776. VI. Solomon, b. 25 April, 1 7 8 1, m. Clarissa Ally n. 

777. VII. Jedediah, bap. Oct. 3, 1784, according to 

Mansfield church records. 

778. VIII. Paul, bap. May 21, 17S6, according to Mans- 

field church records. 

41?. EliphalET Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 
Nov. 5th, bapt. Dec. 18th, 1743,111. Mehitabel Hyde, daughter 
of Bezaleel and Mehitabel (Porter) Hyde. .She was b. Lebanon, 
1 758, d. 15 Feb., 1820. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, settled in Lebanon, Ct., on the 
homestead of his father. He served in the Revolutionary 
War in the 18th Regiment, Conn. Militia, Capt. Forward's 
Co. This regiment was detained for some service in New 
York state from Aug. 24, 1776, to Sept. 24, 1776. He d. in 
Lebanon, Ct., where his wife died. 



Fifth Generation . T 35 z 

Lebanon records say, Hannah, bapt. 1762, and again Eli- 
phatet and Hannah bapt. Nov. 14, 1765. We conclude he 
had two daughters, Hannah, the one born 1762, d. young, 
the other, twin of PUiphalet. 

Children, b. Lebanon, Ct,: 

779. I. Hannah, b. 1762, d. young. 

+ 780. II, Eliphalet, b. Aug. 11, bpt. Nov. 24, 1 

1765, m. Mehitabel Dodge. - Twins 

4- 781. III. Hannah, b. Aug. n, bpt. Nov. 24, ) 
1765, m. Josiah Woodward. 

419. Silas Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct,, 15 May, 
175 1 , m. Lucy- — , 16 Dec, 1773. She was b. Lebanon, 9 
Aug., 1752, d. Oneida Co., N. Y., 1849, in her 97th year. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. After marrying he first settled 
in New Marlboro, Mass., for two or three years, removing to 
Westmoreland and Vernon,' Oneida Co., N. Y. , where with 
his brothers Jedediah, Joseph and Jacob, he settled about 
17S2. 

He served in the Revolutionary army in the 17th Conti- 
nental Reg., and was a sergeant. He was also a pensioner. 
The name given him by the Indians was Ri An Do Con Go, 
or Smooth Word. Says the Annals of Oneida Co., "Silas 
Phelps died in his 87th year," or in 1S38. 

Children : 

782. I. Anna, b. New Marlboro, Mass., 5 Oct., 1775. 

+ 783. II. William, b. " " " 23 Oct., 1777, 

m. . 

784. III. Jacob, b. " " " 15 Feb. ,1780. 

785. IV. Asa, b. " " "12 Feb., 1782, 

d. 9 Sept., 1782. 

786. V. Lnrana, b. Vernon, N. Y., 26 Dec, 1786. 

787. VI. Anson, b. " " 26 Feb., 1786. 

788. VII. Milo, b. " " 4 Jan. ,1789. 
7S9. VIII. Ruby, b. " " 26 July, 1791. 

4-20. Jedediah Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 23 

April, 1753, m. • , b. Lebanon, Ct., 1756, d. Barre, Orleans 

Co., N. Y., 29 March, 1841, aged S5 years. 

Mr. Phelps after marrying removed and resided for a short 
time in New Marlboro, or Gt. Barringtou. His only son says 



135 2 * Descendants of George Phelps. 

he was b. in Gt. Barrington, Mass., soon removing to New 
York state. The Annals of Oneida Co. say: — "He settled in 
Vernon, Oneida Co., and in 1S02 was one of the supervisors 
of that town and discovered iron ore in that neighborhood." 
He appears to have moved from Steuben, Oneida Co., to Ver- 
non, and later in life to Barre, Orleans Co., N. Y. , where he 
died 9 Jan., 1S47, in his 95th year. Mr. Phelps gives a tradi- 
tion of his family, handed down by his ancestors, in which 
there are many errors, though mainly correct. 

Children: 
+ 790. I. John, b. Gt. Barringtou, Mass., 2 Sept., 17S0, 

m. twice. 

791. II. A daughter, b. probably in Steuben, Oneida 

Co., X. V. 

792. III. A daughter, b. probably in Steuben, Oneida 

Co., X. Y. 

422. Joskph Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 27 May, 
1758, m. Cynthia - — . After the death of Mr. Phelps shem. 
2nd Judge Dean, about 1816, as his 2nd wife. His first wife 
d. 3rd July, 1814. This marriage is referred to in the Annals 
of Oneida Co. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Oneida Co. with his brothers Silas and 
Jedediah, and died before [815. We find no record of children. 

425. Martha French, b. liast Windsor, Ct., 

175.S, m. 1778, Israel Allen, sou of Ebenezer and Rebecca 

(Bartlett) Allen. He was b. East Windsor, Ct.. 5 Xov., 1753. 

Mr. Allen was a. farmer, settled in Kast Windsor, Ct., where 

Ik- d. 26 Sept., 1S2S, and where his wife d. 20 Sept., 1S26. 

Children. 1). East Windsor, Ct.: 
70,3. I. Israel (Allen), b. 6 July, 1779, 111. RhodaCrane. 

II. Martha " b. 18 Nov., 1780, m. Elam Allen. 
III. Lydia b. 1 Dec, 1782, d. aged 4 years. 

[V. Gain- b. 16 Jan., 17S4, tl . 1787. 

V. Lydia Phelps (Allen), b. 12 Oct., 1787, m. 
Matthew Read. He settled and d, in Albany, 
X. V. 
798. VI, Gains (Allen), b. 29 July, 1700, 111. Agnes 
Allen. 



794 
795 
796 

797 



Fifth Geyieration. T 353 

799. VII. Joseph (Allen), b. 13 Aug., 1792, d. mini. 

800. VIII. Mary " b. 10 June, 1795, d. unm. in 

Alton, 111., 3 Aug., 1S33. 

801. IX. Michael (Allen), b. iS May, 179S, d. 4 July, 

1S13. 

802. X. Clarissa b. 19 March, 1800, m. Whit- 

ing - Cooler. 

428. Aaron Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 26 
Jan., 1745, in. Ruth Loomis, daughter of Francis and Eliza- 
beth Loomis. She was b. Simsbury, Ct., June 28, 1752.. After 
the death of Mr. Phelps she 111. 2nd Hezekiah Lewis. He was 
b. 1743, d. 20 May, 1805. His 1st wife was Lydia Merriman, 
of Windsor, Ct., b. 174S, d. 11 Nov., 1794. Ruth Loomis, 
his widow, d. East Granby, Ct., S April, 1S49. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, settled in East Granby, Ct., where, 
he d. 24 Jan., 1789. 

Children, b. East Granby, Ct.: 
-f-803. I. Aaron, b. 3 March, 1772, 111. Elizabeth Bassett. 
+ 804. II. Beuajah. b. 8 April. 1773, m. .Sarah Newton; 
S05. III. Zophar, b. March, 1778, m. Maria . Set- 
tled in East Windsor. He d. 12 Feb., 1836. 
+ S06. IV. Ruth, b. 6 Nov., 1780, m. Capt. Joel Clark. 
807. V. Erastus, b. 20 May, 17S2, m. Beulah Sheldon. 
vSettled in Ohio. 
+ 808. VI. Zaccheus, b. 1783, in. Rebecca Race. 
+ S09. VII- Deborah, bpt. 5 Jan., 1788, m. twice. 

437. Sarah Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 12, 
bapt, 16 Dec, 1739, m. Hezekiah Adams as his 2nd wife, son 
of Thomas Adams, b. West Part of Simsbury, Ct., removed to 
Canton, Ct., in 1749. The record says b. 1727, d. Canton, 
Ct., 17S4, aged 57. 

His 1st wife was Lydia Phelps, No. 19S, aunt of his 2nd 
wife. See Xo. 19S for his children by first wife. 

Children, b. Canton, Ct.: 
810, I. Hezekiah (Adams), b. 1763, d. 1773. 

si 1. II, Sarah b. 1767, d. 1776, 

+ 812. Ill, Roger b. 1770, m. Ruth Hayes. 

S13. IV. Charles b. 1772, 111, Chloe Johnson. 



T354- Descendants of George Phelps. 

• s i4- V. Sarah (Adams), b. 1776, d. 1111111. 1800. 

S15. VI. Amos b. 1783, d. in infancy. 

438. Lieut. Thomas Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 17, bpt. [9 July, 1 74 1, m. Dorothy Lamb Woodbridge, 
daughter of Haynes and Elizabeth (Griswold) Woodbridge. 
She was b, Simsbury, Ct., 13 Nov., 1745. After Mr. Phelps's 
death she m, Isaac Case, Jr., of Bushy Hill, and was buried in 
Simsbury, 1795. Mr. Haynes Woodbridge was son of Rev. 
Timothy Woodbridge (and Dorothy Lamb), pastor at Sims- 
bury, and he was sou of Rev. Thomas Woodbridge, of Hart- 
ford, who m. Mabel, daughter of Hon. Samuel Wyllys, Sec. 
of Conn. Col., and granddaughter of Mr. John Haynes, first 
Governor of Conn. The Rev. Timothy Woodbridge, of Hart- 
ford, was sou of Rev. John Woodbridge, of Newbury, Mass., 
who m. Mercy Dudley, daughter of Gov. Dudley. 

Lieut. Phelps settled in Simsbury, Ct. For a time he owned 
one-half the saw and grist mill in Hop Meadow, Simsbury, 
was employed in fortifying Newgate Prison prior to entering 
the Ct. Army. He enlisted 4 March, 1775, was Sergt. under 
Capt. Abel Pettibone, of Simsbury, discharged 31 Oct., 1775, 
re-enlisted and joined Baldwin's Artificers, and in 1777 re- 
ceived his commission as 2nd Lieut, in Capt. James Wilcox's 
Co. in Col. Jeduthau Baldwin's Reg. of Artificers, 24 July, 
1777. Served under Gens. Washington, Putnam, Heath and 
Greene, and in 17S0 was engaged in rebuilding the block house 
at Newgate Prison. He was a great admirer of Gen. Greene, 
and his fourth child was named after him. He d. in Sims- 
bury, Ct., 2S Feb., 1789. 

Children, b. .Simsbury, Ct.: 

816. I. William Haynes, b. 24 Aug., 1767, d. limn. 

probably in Lenox, Madison Co., N. Y. 

817. II. George Augustus, b. 12 Nov., 1769, d. 15 July, 

1778. 
+ 818. III. Thomas Woodbridge, b. 6 May, 1772, m. twice. 
+ 819. IV. Anson Greene, b. 24 March, 1781, m. Olivia 

Eggleston. 

4-1-0. Lois Phelps, b. Simsbury. Ct., 23 Dec, 
174!), bapt. 1 i Jan., 1747, m, Daniel Graham, as his 2nd wife. 



Fifth Generation. I 35S 

about 1763. He settled in Canton, Ct., where he d. 1827, 
aged 91 years. His wife Lois d. in Canton, 23 Feb., 1776. 

Children, b. Canton, Ct.: 

820. I. Lois (Graham), b. 1764, m. Michael Sage. 

821. II. Israel b. 1767, m. Roxanna Case. He 

d. 1813. 
S22. III. Ashbel " b. 1768, m. Anna Graham. He 

d. 1813. 
823. IV. Jeremiah m. Eunice Gaines. 

+ S24. V. Zerviah " b. 1775, m. Amos Edgerton. 

825. VI. Erastus " m. Helpa Roby. He d. 1844. 

4-4-1. Hannah Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 29 
May, 1749, m. 16 June, 1768, James Merritt, b. Canton, Ct., 
is Aug,, 1 7-14, where he settled and died, and where his wife 
d. in 1825, in her 76th year. 

Children, b. Canton, Ct.: 

826. I. Hannah (Merritt), b. 31 March, 1769, d. 28 

Jan,, 1 8 14. 

b. 8 March, 1 77 1 . 

b. 3 July, 1773. d. 15 July, 

b. 12 Oct., 1775. 

b. 13 Oct., 1777, d. July, 

b. 25 April, 1780. 

b. 29 Sept,, 1 781, d. 29 

b. 1 Feb., 1784, d. 29 May, 

b. 31 Oct., 178S. 
b. 11 Feb., 1793, 

442. Job Phklps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 7 Sept., 
1 75 1, m. Phebe - -, b. 1755, d. Canton, 28 Feb., 1776, aged 
20 years, 3 months. Mr. Phelps resided in a house in North 
Canton, a little north of his father's and on the opposite east 
side of the street or highway. He served in the Revolutionary 
Army in the company of Capt. John Brown (grandfather of 
John Brown of Harper's Ferry). This company arrived in 



827. 


11. 


Esther 


S28. 


Ill, 


James 

1777- 


S29. 


IV. 


Timothy 


830. 


V. 


Lois 
1840. 


831. 


VI. 


Lydia 


832. 


VII. 


Ruth 

June, 1782 


833- 


VIII. 


James 
1S14. 


834- 


IX. 


Peter 


835. 


X. 


Ruth 



ijj6 Descendants of George /'helps. 

New York 19 Aug., 1779. Job Phelps was camp waiter to 
Capt. Brown, and was the only person with him when he d. 
in a barn in the Highlands. Mr. Phelps d. at his home, 24 
May, 1777, about 22 years old. 

Children, b. Canton, Ct.: 
+ 836. I. Job, b, 29 July, 1773, m. Charlotte- — ■. 

S37. II. A child, b. July, 1775, d. 4 Sept., 1775. 

4-4)*. Mary Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 20 July, 
1754, m. 1775, Joel Barber, son of Dr. Samuel and Hannah 
(Humphrey) Barber. He was b. Canton, Ct., 1757. He 
erected a house at the foot of West Mountain on land now or 
recently owned by William H. Hallock, where he resided until 
the death of his wife. May, 1784. About 1792 the family re- 
moved to the northwestern part of Vermont, and some time 
.previous to 1812 to Canada. 

Children, b. Canton, Ct.: 

838. I. Joel (Barber), b. 1776. A self-made man, 

Judge of the Court and other offices. 

839. II. Allen (Barber), b. 1778, m. - — . A physician. 

He was drowned in crossing the St. Law- 
rence river, 

840. III. Lois (Barber), b. 1780. 

841. IV. Clementine (Barber), b. 1783, was brought up 

in the family of Adrian Mills, whose wife 
was Naomi, daughter of Samuel Humphrey. 

458. John Phelps, b. West. Simsbury, Ct., 

177S, m. -, . 

Mr. Phelps first settled in or near Somers, Ct., and later in 
life removed to New York State. 

Children, b. Somers, Ct.: 

• s 4 2 - L Charlotte, b. 6 July, 1S14, m. Win, Satterly, 5 

 Dec, 1833. 
843. II. James M.. b. 1 July, 1S17, m. Margaret E. 

Phelps, [8 Sept.. 1843. 
• 844. III. John I\, b. 17 Feb.., [819, m. Julia A. Waller, 
9 Aug-, 1S43. 
845. IV. Mary D., b. 20 Dec, 1820, m. Lorenzo H. 

Combs, 17 Oct., 1840. 



Fifth Generation. J 357 

S46. V. Henry D., b. iS Dec, 1S22, m. Emma Ann 

Corbin, n Sept., 1S42. 
.847. VI. Sarah E., b. 21 Oct., 1S25, d. 4 July, 1827. 

848. VII. Charles L-, b. 9 Jan., 1833, m. Anna A. 

Crane, 3 Sept., 1854. She was b. ig Sept., 

1833- 

460 Bkxjamin Phelps, b. West Simsbury, 
Ct., 14 Dec., 1782, m. Sally Parke, at Camden, N. Y., 21 
Oct., 1805, daughter of Daniel and Esther (Roney) Parke, b. 
Chatham, Ct., 4 Dec, 17S5, d. Camden, X. Y., 7 July, 1847. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Camden, X. Y., before marrying. A 
picture of his first house, a log house and also of his second 
house or homestead may be seen in the History of Camden 
recently published. He was one of Camden's first settlers. 
He was a farmer and extensively engaged in the tanning bus- 
iness. He was a leading and prosperous man in the new set- 
tlement, and for man}- years was a supervisor in the town. 
He d. Sept, 29, 1X40. He served in the War of 1S12. 

Children, b. Camden, N. Y.: 

849. I. Clarissa, b. 7 Aug., 1806, d. in infancy. 

+ 850. II. Albert, b. 4 Feb., 1808, m. Martha Lathrop 

Fish. 
+ 851. III. Albro, b. 4 Feb., 180S, m, Mary Ann Mathews, 
+ 852. IV. Ranney, b. 11 Sept., 181 1, m. twice. 

+ S53. V. Pliny, b. 20 Jan., 1816, m. Nancy Robinson. 

854". VI. Benjamin, b. 19 Feb., 1820, d. 1847, °f con " 

sumption, en route for the south for his 

health, near Santa Fe. 
855. VII. Seth, b. 8 May, 1S23, d. young. 
+ 856. VIII. Edwin, b. 27 March, 1829, m. Amanda 

Howell. 

468. John Bancroft, b. Scantic, Ct., 12 Oct., 
1767, m, 19 Aug., 1790, Penelope Heath, daughter of Stephen 
Heath. Shed. 12 Aug., 1843. 

Mr. Bancroft was a blacksmith and farmer, settled in Wind- 
sor, Ct., where he d. 3 Sept., 1857. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 



J~jjS Descendants of George Phelps. 

857. I. John (Bancroft) b. 4 June, 1791, m. Cleopatra 

Pascoe. 

858. II. Anna (Bancroft), b. 4 Oct., 1793, m. Leman 

Barnes, of Windsor. 

859. III. Lucinda (Bancroft), b. 13 Jan., 1796, m. John 

F. Bnckland. 
'860. IV. Alfred (Bancroft), b. 25 Jan., 1798, m. Min- 

erva Clark, 2nd Mary Rudd. 
'861. V. Horace (Bancroft), b. 5 April, 1802, in. Rachel 

Ray nor. 
'862. VI. Caleb Jones (Bancroft), b. 19 Sept., 1S04, m. 

Chloe Wolcott, 2nd Mrs. Susan Tillson. 
'863. VII. David Phelps (Bancroft), b. 23 Feb., 1807, d. 

num. 26 July, 1854. 
864. yill. Lorinda Bancroft), b. 2 July, 1S09, bpt. 20 

Aug., 1809, m. Jerome Griswold. 
•865. IX. Louisa (Bancroft), b. 27 Nov., 181 5, bapt, 2 

June, 1 8 16, ra. Henry Prior, Jr. 

471. Aurilla Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 
31 March, 1776, m. 17 Nov., 1805, Capt. Nehemiah Osborn, 
son of Zebedee and Hannah (Robinson) Osborn. He was b. 
East Windsor, Ct., 1777, where he settled, and where Aurilla 
d. 19 Sept., 1840. Mr. Osborne m. for 2nd wife, Susan 
Loomis, 9 May, 1841. She d. 13 April, 1S77, aged S4 years. 
By her he had no children. 

Mr. Phelps d. in East Windsor, aged 75 years. 

Children, b. Hast Windsor, Ct.: 

866. I. Aurilla (Osborn) b. 1806, in Liberty Hills. 

867. II. Nehemiah Norton (Osborn), b. 1812, d. 20 

Oct., 1840, 

868. III. Sarah Phelps (Norton), b. 18 14, d. num. 

-1-74-. Oliver Leicester Phelps, b. Granville, 
Mass., 22 Sept,, 1775, in. Betsey Law Sherman, at New- 
Haven, Ct, 22 Jan., 1795. She was daughter of William and 
Sarah (Law) Sherman, and was b. New Haven Ct., 31 July, 
1775, d. Canaudaigua, N. Y., 9 Oct., 1813. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Yale in Class of 1704. Soon after 
marrying he visited Paris with his wife, whose mother with 



Fifth Generation . T 359 

her 2nd husband was then residing in Paris, France. It is 
also supposed that this trip to Paris was for the purpose of 
soliciting emigration to the tract of land in Canandaiguia, N. 
Y. , purchased by the Phelps and Gorham Co., of which his 
father was a large owner and manager. 

Mr. Phelps had one child, b. in Paris, France, and one 
child born on the return trip. On his return he settled in 
Sufneld, Ct., where his other children were born. In 1S0S 
he with his family removed to Canandaigua, N. Y., where he 
d. ii May, 1813, aged 37 years, 6 month and 27 days. He 
was a merchant and farmer. 

Children, b. Suffield, Ct., except two first: 

I. Oliver, b. Paris, France, 15 May, 1796, m. 
Laura Chapin. 
II. Leicester, b. on the Atlantic on return passage, 
30 July, 1797, m. Eveline Chapin. 

III. Eliza Maria, b. Nov., 179S, m. Walter Hub- 
bell. 

IV. Francis Mark Leavenworth, b. 25 Oct., 1800, 
d. num. 19 Oct., 1864. 

V. William Henry, b. 26 July, 1803, d. unm. 19 
Dec, 1870. 
YI. Mary Jeaunette. b. 15 July, 1805, d. 19 Oct., 

1816. 
VII. Seymour Law, b. 25 Aug., 1807, m. Mary 

Culleii. 
-William Sherman was 2nd son of Roger Sherman, 
one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He 
was b. 12 Nov., 1 75 1. His wife Sarah Law, was b. about 
1755, was daughter of - - Law of New Loudon, Ct. 

•175. Mary Phelps, b. Granville, Mass., 5 
Sept., 1778, m. Amasa Jackson. 

He settled in New York city, where he died. His wife died 
the 1 ith Sept., 1859. 

Children, b. New York city : 

876. I. Caroline (Jackson), b. 25 Nov., 1805, d. 4 

Dec, 1875. 
S77. II. Julia W. (Jackson), b. 31 Jan., 1807, d. 9 

May, 186S. 



+ S69. 


+ 870. 


+ 871. 


872. 


873. 


87+- 


+ 875. 


* 

Note 



rj6o 



Descendants of George Phelps. 



47(>. Abigail Phelps, b, Westfield, Mass.,. 
Oct. ii. 1737, d. Pittsfield, Mass., June 22, 1805, pub. in 
Westfield, Dec. 29, 1757, m. Dan Cadwell, b. Westfield, Mass., 
Nov.. 15, 1735, d. Pittsfield, Mass., May 4, 1799, son of Abel 
and Annah Cadwell. Mrs, Abigail Cadwell (Dan) was ad- 
mitted to tbe church in Pittsfield 1765. Mr. Cadwell was a 
loyalist in the Revolution, but was elected to town offices and 
served on the Committee of Public Safety and was a Revolu- 
tionary soldier. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass., except first: 

I. Mary (Cadwell), b. Jan. 4, 1759. Also on 

Westfield records. 
" b. Feb. 27, 1762. Probably 

m. Ephraim Powers, 
b. Aug. 26, 1763. 
b. Jan. 31, 1765, m. Mehit- 

abel Fairfield. 
b. Aug. 4, 1767, m. Dolly 
. Haskins. 
b. July 14, 1769, in. Enoch 

Weller. 
b. Nov. 3, 1 77 1. 
bap. May 18, 1777. 
bap. June, 1778, d. Jan., 

1816. 

887. X. Royal Dwight (Cadwell), bap. Nov. 7, 1779, m. 

Betsey Milton or Betsey 
Luce. 

47S. Lois Phelps, b, Westfield, Mass., April 
22, 1742, d. Nov. i<>, [806, m. Sept. 3. 1763, Capt. Daniel 
Weller, b. Dec. 20, 1741, d. March 16, 1808. 

Capt. Weller was a tanner in Pittsfield, where he was an 
early settler. He was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass.: 

888. I. William (Weller), b. Jan. 3, 1764, m. Anna 

Root. 
888a. II. Daniel b. March 3, 1766, m. Dimis- 

Millard. 



878. 


I. 


Mary (( 


879. 


II. 


Abigail 


880. 


III. 


Esther 


SSI. 


IV. 


Elias 


882. 


V. 


Dan 


883. 


VI. 


Rhoda 


884. 


VII. 


William 


885. 


VIII. 


Anne 


886. 


. IX. 


Sarah 



Fifth Generation. 1361 

889. III. Enoch (Weller), b. Feb. 25, 176S, m. Rhoda 

Cadwell. 
889a. IV. Sarah b. July 23, 1770, d. Feb. 

23, 1777- 
889b. V. Clarissa b. Feb. 20, 1773, d. Jan. 1, 

1777- 
889c. VI. Lois " b. March 12, 1775. 

890. VII. Sarah " b. Aug. 3, 1777. Prob, m. 

William Smith. 
890a. VIII. Alpheus (Weller), b. Nov. 20, 1779, m. Olive 

Bagg. 
890b. IX. Henry b. Dec. 20, 17S1, m. 

Weller. 
890c. X. Charles b. Aug. 31, 1784,111. Sabra 

Luce. 

4-79. Stephen Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
26 Oct., 1744, m. Elizabeth Goodrich, in Pittsfield, Mass., 
published 25th May, 1771 . She d. Pittsfield, 23 Nov., 1787, 
aged 35 years. 

He m. 2nd widow Ruth Goodrich of Pittsfield, Mass., 20 
April, 178S. 

Mr. Phelps settled for a time in Pittsfield, Mass., removing 
to Ohio in 18 12. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, by 1st wife: 

891. I. Stephen, b. 18 July, 1771, d. Pittsfield, 1 77 1 . 
891a. II. Edward, b. 18 July, 1 77 1 , d. Pittsfield, 21 Jan., 

1787. 
891b. III. Peregrine, to Brownsville, Pa. 

892. IV. Ruth, 
892a. V. Lucinda, " 

481. Israel Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 5 
Feb., 1752, m. 18 Oct., 1778, Lovisa Root, daughter of Eli 
and Mindwell (Sackett) Root. She was b. Westfield, 13 Oct., 
1757, d. Chatham, N. Y., 10 June, 1839. 

Mr. Phelps for a time resided in Westfield, Mass., in 1778-9, 
removing to Pittsfield, and from there in 1797 to Chatham, 
N. Y., where he d. 17 Aug., 1826. He was a farmer, and a 
Revolutionary soldier. 

(11-34) 



ij62 Descendants of George Phelps. 

One authority says that Israel Phelps removed from West- 
field to Pittsfield in 1760, Pittsfield to Durham, Greene Co., 
N. Y,, 1788, and from there to Chatham, 1800. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass., except the last : 

893. I. M indwell, b July 18. 1780, m. 1st Daniel 

Peck. He d. 179S. She m. 2nd Levi Free- 
man, (bapt. July is, 1780). 
+ 894. II. Wiuthrop, b. 17 Jan., 1 7 s j , m. twice. 

+ 895. III. William, b. 7 Aug., 1785, m. Chloe Reed. 
S96. IY . Lovisa, b. 14 Sept., 1787, m. vSeth Trowbridge 

Seller, New Hartford, X. Y. She d. 4 July, 
1816. 
897. V. Sophia, b. 7 Oct., 1789, m. A. W. Bingham. 

Settled in Westmoreland, N. Y. 
+ 89S. YI. Austin, b. 28 Dec, 1 791 , m. Sarah Burgess. 

+ S99. YII, Selina, b. 23 Nov., 1793, m. S. G. Door. 
900. YIII. Sarah, b. 25 Nov., 1796, m. Abraham Door. 
She d. 15 May, 1825. 
+ 901. IX. Israel, 1). Chatham, N. Y., 11 Nov., 1800, m. 

Eliza Maria Yan Allen. 

482. Noble Phelps, b. Swansey, R. I., 1760, 
m. Florence Pinney, b. Simsbury, Ct., 1774, d. Swansey, R. 
I., 4 March, 1799. He m. 2nd Abigail Humphrey, daughter 
of Beuoni and Fois (Merrills) Humphrey. She was b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 23 March, 1765, where she d. 1856, in her 91st 
year. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He first settled in Simsbury, 
Ct., and later in Canton, where he d. 1756, in his 96th year. 

Children 1>\ 1st wife, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

902. I. Florence, m. Settled in Southiugton, Ct. 

903. II. Jason, m. Fmeline Greenleaf. Settled in 

Oswego, N. Y. 

904. III. Permelia, d. young. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 
+ 905. IV. Mary Ann, b. 1799, m. Julius Case. 

+ 906. V. Jane, b. 1800, m. Rev. George R. Martin. 

907. VI. Electa, b. 1802, d. mini. 11 March, 1834. 

+ 908. VII. Emma, m. Andrew Jackson. 



Fifth Generation. iJ^S 

•909. VIII. Solomon, d. num. young. 

910. IX. Delia, 111. Shelly Clark. Had 7 children. 

911. X. George, d. unm. young. 

912. XI. Jonathan, b. 1814, d. unm. 2 March, 1841. 

913. XII. John Wesley, d. num. in Canton, Ct. 

483. Austin Phelps, b. Swansey, R. I., 6 
Nov., 176S, m. Martha Pettibone, 1798, daughter of Jonathan 
and Hannah (Owen) Pettibone. She was b. Simsbury, Ct., 
16 May, 1770, where she d, 9 Dec, 1821. He m. 2nd Rhoda 
Yale, 6 March, 1S22. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in Simsbury, Ct., where 
he d. 19 Aug., 1847. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 914. I. Leicester, b. 18 Nov., 1800, m. Maria Lund. 

915. II. Martha Maria, b. 25 June, 1S05, m. E. Grant. 

Settled in Simsbury, Ct. 

916. III. Norris Austin, b. 8 Nov., 180S, m. Settled iti 

New York city. 
-f-917. IV. Truman, b. 31 July, 1812, m. Sarah Morgan. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

918. V. George Yale, b. 6 March, 1S23, m. Jane Carby. 

Settled in Albany, N. Y. 
4- 919. VI. Caroline Louisa, b. 16 Nov., 1825, m. Henry 

Higley. 

4S-L Jonathan Phelps, b. Swansey, R. I., 
1770, m. Priscilla Fleming, b. Canandaigua, N. Y. , where she 
d. 1845. 

Mr. Phelps when young removed with his father to Sims- 
bury, Ct. After marrying he settled in Canandaigua, N. Y. , 
where he d. same day as his wife in 1845. 

Children, b. Canandaigua, N. Y. : 

920. I. Laura, b. about 1S00, in. Eli Lee. Had three 

children, 

+ 921. II. Dorinda, m. De Forest. 

-f-922. III. Ursula, m. William Poor. 

923. IV. Libbie. 

924. V. Priscilla, d. unm. 1843. 



Jj6j Descenda?iis of Geo?'ge Phelps. 

+ 925. VI. Noah, b 27 Aug., 18 10, m. Amelia ~] 
Esther Spooner. 

926. VII. Egbert, b. 27 Aug., 1810. Probably > Twins. 

Noah and Egbert the same as 
Noah Egbert. 

485. Eleanor Phelps, b. Swansey, R. I., m. 
Daniel King. 

Mr. King resided for a time in Simsbury, Ct., later remov- 
ing to Canandaigua, N. Y. They probably had other children 
besides the two given here. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

927. I. Robert (King), m. Lord. 

928. II. Charlotte " m. Pascoe. Had 7 children. 

-t86. Noah Loomis Phelps, b. Swansey, R. I., 
or Simsbury, Ct., 12 Sept., 1 7 7 S , m. Jemima Stedman, daugh- 
ter of Charles and Lydia (Olmsted) Stedman. She was b. 
Farmington, Ct., 1781, where she d. 16 Feb., 1845. 

He m. 2nd Phebe Bacon, widow of Lyman Bacon, by whom 
she had nine children. She was daughter of Capt. William 
and Lydia (Smith) Avery. Her father m. twice and had sev- 
eral children. She had no children by Mr. Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in Farmington, Ct., 
where he d. 26 May, 1861. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Farmington, Ct.: 

+ 929. I. Henry, b. 16 Sept., 1800, m. Louisa C. Lewis. 

+ 930. II. Emeline, b. 6 July, 1802, m. Timothy Porter. 

931. III. Jane, b. 1804, d, 12 Jan., 1815. 

932. IV. Harriet, b. 19 July, 1806, d. unin. July, 1S75. 
+ 933- V. Charlotte, b. 10 April, 1809, m. George Dem- 

iug Cowles. 

934. VI. Jonathan, d. young. 

935. VII. Jonathan, b. 1813, d. 1111111. Macon, Georgia, 

Sept. 10, 1836. 

936. VIII. John C, d. umn. Milledgeville, Ga. 

487. Rev. Daniel Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
2 Oct., 1756, m. Mrs. Chloe Case. 

The Rev, Mr. Barber settled in Washington, D. C, where 
he d. 1835. 



Fifth Genera tio?i . 



i3 6 5 



937- 



938. 

939- 
940. 

941. 



Child, b. Washington, D. C: 
I. Timothy Fairchild (Barber), b. 26 July, 1781. 

488. Rosetta Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct., 15 
May, 1758, m. Capt. Jacob Pettibone. 

He settled in Simsbury, Ct., where his wife d. April 18, 
1810. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

I. Rosetta (Pettibone). 
II. Amanda 

III. Jacob 

IV. Mary 

VM). Jared Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct., 29 
Feb., 1764, m. Eunice Bissell. 

Mr. Barber settled in Sheldon, N. Y. 

Child, b. Sheldon, N. Y.: 
942. I. Jared Bissell (Barber), b. 1 Feb., 1793. 

404-. Calvin Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct., 15 
Sept., 1772, m. 31 Jan., 1793, Rowena Humphrey, daughter 
of Maj. Elihu and Asenath (Humphrey) Humphrey. 

Mr. Barber settled in Simsbury, Ct., where he d. 14 March, 
1S46, and where his wife d. iS May, 1842. His son-in-law 
James Lewis was executor of his will, April 29, 1847. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 
I. Rowena (Barber), b. 15 Jan., 1794, d. mini. 

17 Nov,, 1875. 
II. Lura (Barber), b. 27 March, 1796, m. James 
Lewis. 

III. Abigail Loomis (Barber), b. n Dec, 1798, m. 
Alanson Spencer. Res. New Hartford, Ct. 

IV. Calvin Nelson (Bapber), b. 10 Oct., 1800, m. 
Lucy Pitkin, Res. Simsbury, Ct. 

V. Achsah Delight (Barber), b. 16 Feb., 1803, d. 

May 25, 1870, num. 

YI. Yirgil Bushrod (Barber), b. 3 Jan.. 1805, m. 

Cornelia Case. Res. Lockport, 111. 

VII. Lucius Israel (Barber), b. 7 Oct., 1806, m. 

Marion P. Brown, 2nd Abbie Sexton. No 



943 

+ 944 

945 

946 

947 
948 

949 



ij66 Descendants of George Phelps. 

issue. He grad. Amherst 1S26, and was a 
physician in Simsbury, Ct. 
950. VIII. Emeline (Barber), b. 19 April, 1809, m. Allen 
McLean . 
+ 951. IX, Julia (Barber), b. 8 Oct., 1811, m. Jarvis 
Humphrey. 

952. X. Mary Ann (Barber), b. 7 Oct., 1813, d. num. 

10 Nov., 1852. 

953. XI. Decius Scott (Barber), b. 15 Feb., 1816, d. 15 

Oct., 1833. 
054. XII. Lucia Jeannette (Barber), b. 9 July, 1818, d. 
29 March, 1S58. 

V.)\). Rhoda Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., "29 
April, 1770, m. Diodate Johnson Ensign, son of Eleazer and 
(Bushnell) Ensign. Settled in Saybrook and West 
Hartland, Ct. He died aged 36 years. His widow eight 
years after his death m. Dr. John Hooker, son of Rev. John 
Hooker of Northampton, Mass. 
By him she had no children. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Saybrook, Ct.: 

955. I. Austin (Ensign), b. 1792, m. He d. 1855, 

aged 63. He settled in West Hartland. 
Had a daughter m. Barrows, who has 
daughter Mrs. S. M. Bronson, Litchfield, 
Ct. 

956. II. Eleazer (Ensign), b. 179S, m. and had Robert 

E. Ensign, a physician of Berlin, Ct. In 
1895 his father was living with him, 97 
years old. 

957. III. Timothy (Ensign), settled in New York City 

in business. Retired from business and 
settled in Windsor, Ct. 

500. ZELINA PHELPS, b. Windsor, Ct., 29 
May 1774,111. probably Lorel Loomis, 20 Feb., 1793. in Wind- 
sor, Ct., where he settled. 

Children, 1). Windsor, Ct. : 

958. I. Austin (Loomis), d. 1894. 



Fifth Generation. I 3^7 

959. II. Warren (Loomis),d. 1894. 

960. III. Rhoda m. Wilson. Resided in Wind- 

sor. 

502. Harriet Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 21 
Feb., 1784, m. 6 May, 1813, Elihu Loomis, son of Simeon and 
Keziah (Moore) Loomis. He was b. Windsor, 19 Feb., 1776, 
where he settled and d. 16 April, 1855. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

961. I. Warren P. (Foomis), b. 15 Nov., 1815, m. 

Elizabeth Wood. 

962. II. Rhoda (Foomis), b. 1817, m. Orson Wilson, 

1843. 

963. III. Austin (Foomis), b, May, 1819, d. num. 

964. IV. Eunice b. May, 1821, d mini. 1S47. 

965. V. Elizabeth S. (Foomis), b. 3 Aug. 1823, m. 

Timothy Phelps. See page 491, No. 2175. 

966. VI. Guy Moore (Foomis), b. 28 April, 1827, m. 

Emily Farvon, 19 Oct., 1865. 

967. VII. . 

503. Clarissa Higlkv, b. South Canaan, Ct., 
30 Nov., 1772, m. Ezekiel Hoskins. He settled and died in 
South Canaan, 3 July, 1853. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. South Canaan, Ct.: 

968. I, Hiltha (Hoskins), b. 1796, d. Canaan, 1872. 

969. IF Julia " b. 1799, d. " 1836. 

970. III. Emeline b. May, 1S01, m. Frederick 

Fenn. Shed. Harrisburg, Pa., 1872. 

971. IV. Charlotte A. (Hoskins), b. 11 July, 1S04, m. 

Frederick N. Yourey. She d. Fee, Mass., 
29 Jan., 1865. 
+ 972. V. Melissa (Hoskins), b. 2S June, 1806, m. Oramel 

K. Briuton. 

973. VI. Marcella (Hoskins), b. 1808, m. Nathaniel 

Brinton. 

974. VII. Sigmon b. 1813, m. Abiah Deming. 

975. VIII. Sarah b, 1S15, m. Theodore 

Prentis. 



ij68 Descendants of George Phelps. 

506. Sarah Higley, b. South Canaan, Ct., 25 
Sept., 1781, m. Alpheus Hayes, 1809. He settled in Wash- 
ington, Pa,, where he d. 1829, and where his widow d. Nov, 
30, 1872, in her 92nd year. 

Children, b. Washington, Pa.: 

976. I. George (Hayes), b. 9 Aug., 1815, m. Rhoda 

Kendall, 5 Aug., 1839. 
+ 977. II. Edward (Hayes), b. 9 Aug., 1815, m. Rhoda 

Kendall. 
+ 978. III. Frederick b. 25 Dec, 1817, m. Mary E. 

Rideton. 
+ 979. IV. Charles (Hayes), b. 23 March, 1820, ) 

m. twice. ' y -in - 

-i-980. V. Morgan (Hayes), b. 23 March, 1S20, j 

m. Sarah J. Wilson. 

981. VI. Sarah (Hayes), d. unni., aged 21 years. 
+ 982. VII. Margaret " b. 15 May, 1829, m. Alexander 
McKinley. 

50S. Simeon Higley, b. Simsbury, Ct., 17 

Oct., 17S6, m. 20 Feb., 1S22, Wealthy Noble, b. Sheffield, 
Mass., Feb. 7, 1794, daughter of Matthew and Elizabeth 
(Ensign) Noble. 

Mr. Higley settled in South Canaan, Ct., where he d. Dec. 
1. 1S71. 

Children, b. .South Canaan, Ct.: 

+ 983. I. Elizabeth (Higley), b. 14 Dec, 1822, m. Chas. 

B. Maltbie, M. I). 
+ 984. II. Mary (Higley), b. 20 July, 1825, m. Chester 

Holcomb. 

510. Hannah Moore, b. Windsor, Ct., May 
28, 1754, m, Timothy Cooke, b. Windsor, Ct., 1759, bapt. 
July 31, 1763, sou of Reuben and Mehitabel Cooke. In 1783 
they removed to Winchester, Ct., where Mr. Cook built a 
house on Wallen's Hill, where lie lived several years, removed 
to a lot on the Colebrook line west of the Greenwoods turn- 
pike. He was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Children : 



Fifth Generation. 13^9 

984a. I. Selina (Cooke), b. Jan. 13, 1783. 

984b. II. Timothy " b. Feb. 22, 1785, d. young. 

984c. III. Truman " b. Nov. 23, 1786. 

984CI. IV. Plin b. July 27, 1790, m. and had 

10 children. 

9846. V. Medad b. March 4, 1793, m. twice. 

9841. VI. Zophar b. Jan. 5, 1795, d. March io, 

1795- 
y84g. VII. Marvin b. Sept. 23, 1796, d. Chicago, 

111., buried Lockport, 111. 
984I1. VIII. Lewis b, June 11, 179S, m. Mary P. 

Hartwick. 

512. Chloe Moork, b. Torrington, Ct., Aug. 
17, 1758, d. April 2, 179S, m. Oct. 14, 1779, Abiel Griswold, 
b. Jan. 14, 1753. He is No. 817, page 280, and a descendant 
of William Phelps. Page 280 does not give this marriage to 
Chloe Moore, and it may be an error, as well as a list of 
children given by one authority as follows: Arthur, Avery, 
Lorry, Trumbull, Levia, Homer, Wealthy, Charles and Chloe. 

514. Simeon Moore, b. Torrington. Ct., 
March 20, 1760, d. Westenville, Ohio, June 26, 1825, m. Jan. 
21, 1784, Hannah Cooke, b, Torrington, Ct., d. Oct. 22, 
1796, daughter of John and Rachel (Wilson) Cooke. He m. 
2nd, May r2, 171;;, Elizabeth Andrews. She died and he m. 
3rd, May 10, 1805, widow Roxana (Phelps) Meacham, b. 
Grauby, Ct., Dec. 1, 1763, d. Westenville, Ohio, Aug. 10, 
1847, She is No. 1 05 8, page 192, a descendant of William 
Phelps. She had children by Mr. Meacham, whose names 
were received too late to go in their proper place, and are 
given in ' ' additions and corrections." Mr. Moore served at 
the battle of Bunker Hill with Connecticut troops and for 
three years from April 1, 1777, in Capt. Ben. Harmon's com- 
pany, and served for a year in the privateer service. He kept 
a tavern at Winchester, Ct., removing to Bleudon, Ohio, June 
7, 1S07, with his family, including five of his wife's children 
by her first marriage. He and his third wife, then Roxana 
Phelps, were engaged when he entered the army, but on his 
return he found her married to Paul Meacham, by whom she 



ijjo Descendants of George Phelps. 

had nine children. Then he married twice and had eight 
children, after which, both being alone, he married Roxana. 

Children, by ist wife, b. Winchester, Ct.: 

985. I. Polly (Moore), b. Nov. 1, 1784, m. - - Rec- 

tor. No issue. 

985a. II. hovina (Moore), b. April 16, 1786, m. Elijah 
Benedict. 

985b. III. Wealthy (Moore), b. March 24, 1789, d. Dec. 
6, 1804, unm. 
+ 985C. IV. Simeon (Moo.e), b. June 8, 1 7 9 1 , m. twice. 

983d. V. Hannah " b. Jan. 15, 1794, m. 

Sage. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Winchester, Ct.: 
985c. VI. Elhanan W. (Moore), b. Dec. 24, 1798, d. 

Sept. 23, 1S02. 
9851. VII. Thomas J. (Moore), b. Oct. 2, 1800, d. Nov. 

16, i So 1 . 
9 s 5g- VIII. Phebe (Moore), b. Oct., 1S02, m. Dr. Lumau 
Sharp. 
Child by 3rd wife, b. Gahanna, Ohio: 
+ 985I1. IX. Benjamin (Moore), b. July 11, 1807, m. Han- 
nah E. Wightman, 

516. Azubah Moore, b. Windsor or Torring- 
ton, Ct., Feb. 13, 1765, m. May 6, 1789, Edward Phelps, b. 
Aug. 27, 1759. Mr. Phelps was No. 610, a descendant of 
William Phelps. See page 251 for their children. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

518. Isaac Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., about 
1753, m. Honora Stevens, of Suffield, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Otis, Mass. He was a farmer, andd. 
there 17 Jan., 1849. He was a member of the Otis Church, 
30 April, 1824. 

Children, b. Otis, Mass.: 

956. I. Honora. 
9S6 a. II. Polly. 

957. III. Sally, m. Ames. 

+ 988. IV. Benajah, m. twice. 

+ 989. V. Isaac Stevens, m. Sarah Thomas, 

990. VI. Alanson E., m. at New Lebanon, N, Y., March 

25, 1823, Vashti Cushman, of Becket. 

519. JESSE Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct,, about 
1756. In 1780 letters were written by him to his father in 
Windsor, Ct., from Painesville, Ohio, where he was one of 
the first settlers. He returned east in 1802, met a woman 
whom he married after three days acquaintance, returned west 
and settled in 10 Range, 9th Conn. Reserve, says letter to his 
father. He d. 10 Sept., 181 1. 

Children, b. Painesville, Ohio: 

991. I. Charles. 

992. II. A daughter. 

520. Zerah Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., m. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Becket, Mass., where he died. 

Children, b. Becket, Mass.: 

993. I, Candace. 

+ 994. II. Fanny, m. Moses Noble. 

995. III. Walter. 

996. IV. Elias, perhaps m. Orpha Phelps. See No. 1644. 

997. V. Alfred. 

998. VI. William. 

999. VII. Jairus. 

521. Phares Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 29 
Sept., 1765, m. 



1372 Descendants of George Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Milton, Vt., according to a letter to 
his father, 3 Feb., 1803. A letter to his brother Marcus, 
Otis, Mass., speaks of 2nd marriage, and says he has six chil- 
dren and his wife four children. 

Children, b. Milton, Vt.: 

1000. I. Jesse. 

1 00 1. II. Alfred. 

1002. III. Chloe, 

1003. IV. Mary. 

+ 1004. V. Orange, b. 1 May, 1793, m. Sarah Minor. 
1005. VI. . 

525. Marcus Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 9 
April, 1795, in. 4 July, 1820, Susan Smith, daughter of 
Timothy and Susannah (Phelps) Smith. She was b. Windsor, 
Ct., (or possibly Snfheld) 27 Aug., 1800. Note — Susan 
Phelps was daughter of Lieut. Ebenezer Phelps. She d. South- 
wick, Mass., 7 Sept,, 1881. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Otis, Mass. in 1812, removing to 
Southwick, Mass. in 1N65, where he d. 1 Nov. 1S76, and was 
buried at Westfield, Mass. He was made Sergt. in Ninth 
Division, 1st Reg. of Mass. militia. 

1 1 e was a farmer. See William Phelps' descendants, page 
732, No. 3915, for his wife and duplicate list of children. 

Children, b. Otis, Mass.: 

I. Henry, b. 5 May, 182 1, m. twice. 
II. Charles, b. 31 Aug., 1823, m. Mary Ann 
Ames. Res. Wellington, Ohio. No issue. 
III. Susan Cecilia, b. 10 July, 1S25, m. James 

Lloyd Shepard. 
IV. Julia Ann, b. 26 Dec, 1828, m. William 
Franklin Peckham. 
V. Henrietta Emily, b. 11 May, 1835, m. Henry 
1 lowland. 
VI. William Wallace, b. 20 April, 1839, m. Jane 

K. Boyd. 
VII. George, b. 6 Sept., 184 1, d. 28 Jan., 1842. 
VIII. Josephine Amelia, b. 22 July, 1S43, m. Henry 
H. Saunders. 



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IOI2. 


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1017. 




1018. 


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1019. 




1020. 




1021. 




1022. 



Sixth Gentratioyi. z 373 

1014. IX. Frances Elizabeth, b. iS May, 1846, d. 21 
June, 1864, in West field, unm. 

533. Moses Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass. 4 
Dec., 1761, m. 1 Jan., 17SS, Mercy Root, daughter of Thomas 
and Abigail (Collins) Root. She was b. Westfield, 1 April, 
1763, d. there 6 May, 1S62, in her 100th year. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He settled in Westfield, where 
he d. 6 August, 1827. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 
I. Lucretia, b, 2 Nov., 1788, m. Caleb Dewey. 
II. Sophia, b. 7 March, 1790, m. James Moseley. 

III. Daniel, b. 16 Jan., 1793, m. Miranda Noble. 

IV. Frances, b. 18 July, 1795, d. 28 July, 1803. 
V. Moses, b. 1 Dec, 1797, m. Fucinda Ashley. 

VI. Lydia, b. 24 April, i8oi,d. 1 Oct., 1889, 
VII. Frances, b. 23 Feb., 1806. 
VIII. Thomas, b. 27 Jan., 1809, d, 24 Oct., 1S10. 

537. David Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 28 
July, 1769, m. Martha Thompson, published 14 Feb., 1796. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He first settled in Westfield, 
Mass., where he had one child born. He removed from there 
to Turin, N. Y. 

Child, b. Westfield, Mass.: 
+ 1023. I. Noble, b. 10 March, 1800, m. Delia M. Allen. 

.HO. Col. Aaron Noble Phelps, b. West- 
field, Mass., 29 Sept., 1777, m. 25 April, 1S14, Clarissa Root, 
daughter of Thomas Root. She was b. Westfield, d. Wetaga, 
Knox Co., 111., 23 Nov., 1855. 

Col. Phelps first settled in Westfield, Mass., where his only 
child was born, removing from there to Wetaga, 111., where he 
d. in 1830. 

Child, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

+ 1024. I. Roger Aaron Noble, b. 9 Sept., 1813, m. 

Sarah Jerusha Adams. 

54-7. William Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 4 
May, 1777, m. Abigail Holcomb, daughter of Enoch Hol- 
comb. 



'374 



Descendants of George Phelps. 



Mr, Phelps was a farmer and settled in West field, Mass., 
where he d. 12 Sept., 1834. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

+ 1025. I. Sarah, b. 3 Feb., 1799, m. William Perkins. 

+ 1026. II. Julia, b. 17 Sept., 1801, m. George Lord. 

+ 1027, III. Enoch, 1). r6 July, 1803, m. twice. 
+ 1028. IV. Lydia, b. 13 Sept., 1805, m. Charles Lord. 
+ 1029. V. William, b. 6 Now, 1S0S, m. Permelia Hasley. 

+ 1030. VI. Noah B., b. 13 Feb., 181 1, m. Sally Maria 

Phelps. 
1 03 1. VII. Charles M., b. 6 Feb., 1813, m. Mary Loomis. 

He d. 22 June, 1872, West Indies. Settled 

in Westfield, Mass. 
+ 1032. VIII. Henry, b. 10 Feb., 1S16. in. Emeline B. Bush. 

551. Nancy Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 17 
Feb., 1817, m. Solomon Phelps, son of Capt. Solomon and 
Rhoda (Moseley) Phelps. He was b. Westfield, Mass., 21 May, 
1X10. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mass., where his wife died 
22 Oct., 1879. Mr. Phelps was living in Westfield in 1896. 
See also No. 4542, page S09, William Phelps's family. 
Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

1033. I. Jane, b. 20 Aug., 1835. 

1034. II. Mary K.. b. 27 Aug., 1837, m, David N. 

Moseley. 

1035. III. Julia B., b. 16 March, 1843. 

552. Huldah Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
after 1818, m. George Saxton. 

Ik- settled in Westfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

I. George (Saxton), d. California. 
II. Vailer " d. 

III. James Living in Westfield 1S96. 

553. Cynthia Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
after 1720, m. Daniel Holcomb. 

.Settled in Westfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 



1036. 
1037. 

1038. 



Sixth Generation. z 375 

1039. * I. Henry (Holcomb). 

1040. II. Franklin " 

556. Thomas Phelps, b. Washington, Mass., 
23 March, 17S7, m. Nancy Brown, daughter of William and 
Hannah (Lucas) Brown. She was b. Blandford, Mass., 6 Feb., 
1797, d. Turin, N. Y. , 22 Jan., 1S92. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Blandford, Mass., 
soon after marriage. He removed to Martinsburg, Lewis Co., 
N. Y. , where he d. 4 Feb., 1865. 

Children, b. Blandford, Mass. 

+ 1041. I. George, b. 12 Dec, 1816, m. Lydia Ann 

Foster. 
+ 1042. II. William, b. 24 Sept., 1818, m. Artemisia 

Barnes. 
1043. III. Norman, b. 3 April, 1820, d. 22 Jan., 1892. 
+ 1044. IV. Franklin, b. 3 Jan., 1822, m. Eunice Tiffany. 

1045. V. Jane, b. 12 Feb., 1824, d. Feb., 1S65. 

+ 1046. VI. Rowland,!). 10 Aug., 1828, m. Ada M. John- 
son. 

561. Charlotte Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass. 
9 Jan., 1789, m. Joseph Cobb. 
Settled in Covington, N. Y. 

Child, b. Covington, N. Y. : 
+ 1047. I. Zenas (Cobb), b. 8 April, 1819, m. Leonora 

Cornelia Noble. 

564. Bishop Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 20 
March, 1794, m. Annie King. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

1048. I. Emily, bapt. 9 May, 1S17. 

1049. II. Eunice Marilla, b. 27 June, 1819. 

1050. III. George Bishop, b. 10 June, 1821. 

568. Laura Phelps, b. Palmyra, N. Y., 
Aug. 22, 1796, d. Aug. 31, 1864, m. Horace Warren. She 
m. 2nd William Proctor, b, Oct. 13, 1795, d. Jan. 24, 1879. 

Child by 1st husband : 
+ 1-051, I. Henry (Warren), b, 1820, m. Hannah Page. 



Ijy6 Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children by 2nd husband: 

1052. II. John W. (Proctor), b. April 20, , m. 

Feb., 1S54, Maria Talbot. 
+ 1053. III. Maria Louise (Proctor), b. April 22, 1825, 
m. William Kelly. 

561). Emily Phelps, b, Palmyra, N. Y., Oct. 
5, 1798, m. July 1, 1S29, Joel Wright, b. Hanover, N. H., 
Oct. 10, 1792, d. Canton, 111., May 14, 1S67, son of Nathaniel 
Wright. She died Nov. 2, 1861. Res. Canton, 111. 

Children, b. Canton, 111.: 

+ 1054. I. Henry Laurens (Wright), b. March 4, 1832, 

m. Carrie D. Hall. 
+ 1055. II. N. Stephen (Wright), b. Dec. 13, 1835, m. 

Laura Kelly, No. 

470. Alexis Phelps, b. Palmyra, N. Y., 
Aug. 10, 1800, d. Oquawka, 111., Dec. 11, 1846, m. April 30, 
1833, Cornelia Day, b. Oct. 27, 1S11. She was a niece of her 
husband's mother. 

In 18 1 9 Mr. Phelps was sent west by his father to look up 
a place for a settlement, and he selected a place near what is 
now Springfield, 111., having stopped in the summer to teach 
school in Kentucky. He walked home from Illinois, return- 
ing there with the family in 1820. In 1824 he went into the 
Indian trade at Lewistowu, removing to Galena in 1S26, and 
engaging in lead mining, and later settled in Oquawka, 
where, with his brother Stephen he built the first school 
house, and court house. 

After the death of Alexis Phelps, his widow, Cornelia, m. 
2nd July 28, 1851, William Moir, of Oquawka, 111. He died 
and she m. 3rd Judge R. W. Richey, of Oquawka, who died 
1885. She had no issue by her 2nd and 3rd husbands. She 
died Feb. 23, 18S9. 

Children, b. Oquawka, 111.: 
1056. I. Maria Louisa, b. March 2, 1834, d. Sept. 13, 

1 834- 

4- 1057. II, Arthur S., b. July 20, 1833, m, Jennie 

Burkholder. 



Sixth Generation. J 377 

1 
+ 1058. IV. Mary Ann, b. May 5, 1838, in. Sainne 

Wadleigh. 

1059. V. Kli/.a, b. July 6, 1S42, d. Oct. 19, 1846. 

1060. VI. Isabella, b. March 27, 1S46, d. March 23, 

1847. 

571. Myron Phelps, b. Palmyra, X. Y. , May 
17, 1803, d. Lewistown, 111., Aug. 15, 1878, m. at Canton, 
111., May 24, 1 83 1, Adaline Rice, b. Florida, X. Y , May 21, 
1 "8 10, d. Lewistown, 111., April 29, 1850, daughter of Asaph 
and Abigail (Sawyer) Rice. He m. 2nd, in Steubenville, Ohio, 
April 4, 1855, Mary Proctor, of Rowley, Mass., who is now 
(1899) living in Lewistown, 111. Mr. Phelps held a position 
in a bank in Canandaigua, but removed with his father to 
Illinois in 1820, where they settled near Springfield. In 1824 
he opened a store and was an early settler of Lewistown, and 
met with great success, especially in dealing with the Indians, 
in company with his father and brothers, and went into busi- 
ness with the American Fur Co., shipping large quantities of 
furs. He was a very religious man and was very liberal with 
his income, and closed his store one evening each week that 
the clerks might attend prayer meeting. A Chicago clergy- 
man once spoke of him as '"the best man he ever knew." 

Children, b. Lewistown, 111.: 

-f 1061. I. George, b. 10 Feb., 1832, m. three times. 

.+ 1062. II. Cornelia, b. 8 March, 1833, m. Samuel Mills 

Dewey . 

1063. III. Louisa, b. 28 Jan., 1835, d. unra., 31 ) 

June. 1853. ^ Twins 

+ 1064. IV. Mary, b, 28 Jan., 1835, m. John [ 

Proctor. 

+ 1065. V. Henry, b. 25 July, 1S37, m. three times. 

+ 1066. VI. Stephen, b. 6 Feb., 1S39, 111. twice. 

1067. VII. Catharine, b. 11 Nov., i84i,d. 13 Feb., 1842. 

+ 1068. VIII. Harriet, b. 27 July, 1S43, m. Charles Proctor. 

1069. IX. Aurelia, b. 30 Sept., 1845. Res. Lewistown, 
111.; unm. 

-{- 1070. X. Eliza, b. 26 March, 1847, m. Joseph Foot. 

572. Stephen Sumner Phelps, b. Palmyra, 
X. Y., Aug. 1, 1805, d. Dec. 23, 1S80, m. Jan. 31, 1828, Phebe 

(11-35) 



fjjy<$ Descendants of George /Vielps. 

Chase, b. Jefferson Co.. N. Y., Aug. 14, 181 1, d. Oquawka, 
111., May 10, 1S3S, daughter of Eli and Betsey (Manchester) 
Chase. He m. 2nd, Now 1, 1838. Salome Patterson, b. 
Stowe, Vt., Jan. 27, 1814, d. Oquawka, 111., Feb. 12, 1S86, 
daughter of Lewis and Lucy (Russell) Patterson, of Windsor, 
Vt. 

Mr. Phelps was one of the pioneers of Illinois, as noted in 
a brief account of his brother Alexis. After remaining in 
Sangamon Co. for four years, and Lewistown until 1826, he 
built a trading house near Starved Rock, to trade with the 
Potto watomies, and in 1828 he joined his brother Alexis at 
Galena, in lead mining, and when he was on his way back 
after his family, suffered severely from lead poisoning. Later 
he removed to the Mississippi, where the family had bought 
the claim of a settler at Yellow Banks, and a few years alter 
the name was changed by the government to Oquawka. Mr. 
Phelps established trading posts in Iowa and Missouri, and 
acquired great influence over the Indians, and served as major 
in the Black Hawk war in 1832, and was personally thanked 
by Gen. Scott for his great services. 

Mr. Phelps was the first sheriff of Warren county, the first 
merchant, banker and mayor of Oquawka. Many interesting- 
incidents are related concerning the experiences of Mr. Phelps. 
He was a famous hunter, and his skill as a marksman, added 
to his other qualities, and the fair treatment which he always 
accorded to the Indians, won their respect, and he was known 
throughout the Indian tribes a^ "Wah-wash-e-ne-qui" (Hawk- 
Eye). Many of them were life long friends, some remember- 
ing him even after an interval of thirty years. He furnished 
the funds to start the paper so widely known as the "Burling- 
ton Hawk Eye," named in his honor. From that the stateof 
!owa gained the name of the "Hawk Eye State." 

Children, b. Oquawka, 111., by rst wife: 

+ 1071. I. Isabella II., b. Jan. 3, 1829, m. Jan. 9, 1845, 

Dr. David B. Rice. 
1072. II. Alexis, b. April 22, 1830, d. Sept. 12, 1843. 

+ 1073. III. Laura, b. May II, 1832, in. E. II. N. Patter- 

son. 
+ 1074. IV. William II., b. Feb. 22, 1S34, m. twice. 



Sixth Generation . z 379 

1075. V. Emily, b. Dec. 6, 1835, cl< Oquawka, 111., 

March 10, 1866, unra. 
+ 1076. VI. Adaline T., b. Nov. 29, 1837, in. Robert 
Hodson. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Oquawka, 111.: 

+ 1077. VII. Phebe E., b. Aug. n, 1S40, m. Marion P. 

Button. 
+ 1078. VIII. Henry Holt, b. May 7, 1S44, m. Eucretia 

Morris. 
+ 1079. IX. Stephen Sumner, b. June 10, 1849, m. twice. 

573. William Phelps, b. Palmyra, N. Y., 
Nov. 1, 1808, d. Oct. 16, 1889, m. March 2, 1830, Caroline 
Kelsey, b. June 30, 18 12, d. Oct. 21, 1861. 

Children: 

1080. I. R. H., b. Sept. 10, 183 1, d. April 28, 1864, 

m. twice. 

1081. II. Emily O., b. Sept. 17, 1834, m. Nov. 24, 

18—, C. J. Dilworth. 

1082. III. Charles S., b. July 17, 1836, m. May n, 1858, 

Louise Pickering. 

1083. IV. Theresa J., b. Aug. 31, 1841, d. March 27, 

[896, m, i860, Joshua Musgrove. 

574, Charles Phelps, b. Cauandaigua, N. 
V., Oct, 25, 1818, d. Sept. 3, 1847, m. Dec. 25, 1842, Jane 
Rice, b. June 12, 1825, d. Oct. 9, 1S67. (His widow, Jane, 
m. 2nd, Aug. 19, 1858, C. E. Fahuestock, and had three 
children by him — Elizabeth Amelia, Kate Elton and Jennie 
Ernst Eahnestock.) 

Children: 

1084. I. Emma, b. Aug. 2, 1845, m. Aug. 8, 1879, 

Frederick F. Howes. 

1085. II. Cora, b. Feb. 3, 1847. R es - Eewistown, 111. 

576. Emily Case, b. Simsbury, Ct. (about 
[803 perhaps), m. Allen Bodwell. 

Children: 
10S6. I. Hector (Bodwell). 
1087. II. Thomas m. Emily . 



ij8o Descendants of George Phelps. 

ioss. in. Eli Bodwell. 

1089. IV. Case 

1090. V. George W. " b. April 18, 1832, m. Harriet 

Sherman, b. Waynesville, Obio, Nov. 15, 
1834. They bad daughter Florence (Bod- 
well), b. Montevideo, 111., now living in St. 
Paul, Minn. Harriet Sherman was cousin 
to Gen. Win, T. Sherman. 

578. Virgil S. Case, b. Simsbury, Ct., about 
1810, d. 1884, in. . ' He settled in Laureuceville, Ind. 

Children : 

1091. I. James (Case). 

1092. II. Louisa " m. in Missouri, Hicks. 

1093. \W. Maria 111. in Ohio, Pence. 

1094. IV. George enlisted at age of 17, in Ohio 

Volunteer, and was mortally wounded at 
Gettysburg, 

570. James Rodney Case, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
10 Oct., 181 2, m. Elizabeth Arnold Wilkinson, 7 March, 1835, 
at Providence, R. I. She was daughter of Daniel Wilkinson, 
and was born Cumberland, R. I. 

Mr. Case, in 1835, left Simsbury, Ct., and went into the 
dry goods busiuess in New York, locating at corner of Spring 
St. and Bowery. Poor health compelled him to abandon busi- 
ness, and for a time he resided in Cumberland, R. I. In 1853 
he engaged in the provision business with his brother-in-law, 
George W. Edwards, in New York City, residing in Newton, 
L. I. In 1854 removed to Vinceunes, Ind., and in 1856 to 
Minier, 111. He died 9 March, 18S6, and was buried at Hast- 
ings. Lakeside Co. His widow was living in Minneapolis. 
Minn. , in 1894. 

Children, b. Cumberland, R. I.: 

+ 1095. I. James Augustus (Case), b. Nov. 5, 1835, m - 

Mary A. Bottomley. 

1096. II. Francis A. (Case), b. March 16, 1841, d. 

April 9, 1 84 1 . 

1097. III. George Edward (Case), b. Feb. 15, 1842, d. 

Newton, L. I.. Jan. 21, 1849. 



Sixth Geyie ration. ijS 'r 

109S. IV. Daniel Rodney (Case), b. Sept. 8, 1844, d. 

Dec. 20, 1844. 

1099. V. Daniel Frazier (Case), b. March 31, 1846, d. 

May 6, 1846. 

1 100. VI. John Harris (Case), b. July 15, 1847, d. Sept. 

3. 1847. 
-f 1101. VII. John Harris (Case), b. Oct. 26, 1848, m. Net- 
tie Davis. 

580. Harriet Reynolds Case, b. Simsbury, 

Ct., Jan. 10, 1813. d. Jan. 12, 1875, in. Monk, b. 

Taunton, Mass., Nov.. S, 1824. 

Res. Cincinnati, Ohio, Boonville, Mo., St. Joseph, Mo., and 
Denver, Col. 

Children : 

1 102. I. George C. (Monk), b. Cincinnati, Ohio, d. 

young. 

+ 1 103. II, Harriet Rebecca (Monk), b. Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Feb. 15, 1850, in. twice. 

+ 1104. III. Mary Ella (Monk), b. Boonville, Mo., Nov. 
5, 1853, in. D. D. Mayo. 

+ 1 105. IV. Grace Evelyn (Monk), b. Feb. 8, 1856, in. H. 

M. Sales. 
1 106. V. Samuel Everett (Monk), b. July 1, 1859, m. 

at Denver, Col., Sept. 22, 1889, Clara Ran- 
dall. No issue. 

583. Stephen Phelps, b, Richmond, Mass., 
March, 1780, m. Miss St. John, daughter of Gen. St. John, 
and b. Stockbridge. None of that name can be found there 
at the present time. 

Says Calvin G. Reed of the Lebanon Society: "Stephen 
Phelps was admitted to our Communion in 1788, at the age of 
8 years. He left us in 1793, at the age of 13 years." 

After marrying, about 1802, he removed to New York City, 
where he established the business of ladies' shoe making. He 
died in Georgia of yellow fever while on a business trip. He 
had six children, all born in New York City 

585. Orange Phelps, b. Poultney, Yt., 27 
Jan., 1778, m. 



Descendants of George Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Poultney, Vt. 

Children, b. Poultney, Vt.: 
i 107. I. Henry H., b. 23 May, 1 8 1 4 . Settled in Mil- 

ton, Vt. 

1108, II. John P., b. 31 July, 1816. Res. Harmony. 

N. Y., 1S60. 

1 109. III. Ambrose, b. 2oPeb., 1818. 

599. Timothy Phelps, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 
8 March, 1816, m. 18 Oct., 1841, Abigail vS. Murray, b. 15 
Dec., 1S22, d. Coldwater, Mich., 1 Jan., 1852. 

He m. 2nd Betsey Ann Scoville, b. 26 May, 1834, d. Cold- 
water, Mich., 23 Feb., 1856. By her he had no children. 
He m. 3rd Clara M. Simons, iS July, 1858, b. 19 July, 1835, 
in Troy, X. V., d. Coldwater, Mich., 18S7. Mr. Phelps was 
a farmer, settled in Coldwater, Mich., where lie was living in 
1 S90. 

Children by 1st wife: 

• 1 1 10. 1. Ambrose, b. Lyons, N. Y. , 19 Feb., 1843, m. 

Mary Adeline Millard. 
+ 1111. II. Caroline, b. Coldwater, Mich., 12 March, 

1S47, m. Amos R. Bingham. 

Children by 3rd wife, b. Coldwater, Mich.: 

+ 1112. III. Oliver J., b. 19 Oct., 1863, m. Catharine R. 
1 i 13. IV. John J., b. 11 Oct., 1874, num., 1896. 

609. Joseph Phelps, b. Pomfret, Ct., 19 Oct., 

1756, m. Jenuette . 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Pomfret, where he 

d. 1795- 

No record of children. 

Says Windham Probate — " Mrs. Jeanette Phelps admin- 
istered the estate of Joseph Phelps, deceased. The estate in- 
solvent May 2, 1795." Again reports inventory of estate of 
Joseph Phelps, /. _ 22. 13s. 6d., 19 July, 1795. 

617. Isaac Newton Phelps, b. East Wind- 
sor, Ct., 23 April, [802, m. 10 Nov., 1828, Sarah Maria Pusk, 
daughter of Sylvester and .Sarah (King) Pusk, and b. Phifield, 
7 March, 1808, d. New York City, 7 March, 1867, Sylvester 
Pusk was son of James and Pove (Graham) Pusk. 




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ISAAC NEWTON PHELPS. 



Sixth Genera tio?i . i iS 



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He moved with his father from Newington, Ct. to Enfield, 
in 1794. (Sarah King was the oldest daughter of Nahum* and 
Sarah (Bugbee) King, of Benjamin 3 of Enfield, son of Ben- 
jamin 2 of Sheffield, son of James King 1 , who m. 23 May, 1674, 
at Ipswich, Elizabeth Fuller, daughter of Thaddeus, and 
settled in Sheffield, 167S). He married 2nd Mrs. Anna Mau- 
lin, widow of Mr. Maulin, a manufacturer of Troy, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps attended Dr. McClure's school, entered the 
store of Asa Butler, and was offered a share in the business. 
vSoon after marrying Mr. Phelps settled in New York City, 
and was in partnership, first with Mr. Pickering, second with 
William Sheldon, dealing in hardware. After this he con- 
ducted business alone. At this time he resided in Brooklyn. 
Later he removed to New York, and with John Jay Phelps 
opened the office at 45 Wall St., for banking. 

They purchased largely of real estate, among their pur- 
chases was the old Park Theatre, the old Sugar House in 
Duane St.. on the site of which they erected five brown stone 
buildings. In [858 his partner retired and he continued the 
business until 187c), when the banking firm of Phelps, Stokes 
& Co. was organized. At this time his partners were Mr, 
James Stokes and his son-in-law, Anson Phelps Stokes. After 
Mr. .Stokes died the firm was dissolved, and from that time Mr. 
Phelps gave his attention only to his personal interests. 

Mr. Phelps was noted for his connection with popular and 
great enterprises. He was a founder of the Mercantile Bank, 
one of the founders of the 2nd National Bank, the principal 
stockholder and a director of the United States Trust Co., a 
director, and at one time vice-president of the Greenwich Sav- 
ings Bank, a director in the Erie R. R., also a stockholder in 
the Metropolitan Trust Co., the Mercantile Fire Insurance 
Co., the United States Life Insurance Co., the Central Trust 
Co. and the 5th Ave. Safe Deposit Co. Mr. Phelps was a 
member of the Union League Club, and a Republican in 
politics, though he never occupied a public position. 

His reputation as a successful business man who made by 
persistent application, tireless energy, excellent judgment 
and high character. He had strong conviction, firm decision 
and a remarkable memory, while his valuable judgment in 
commercial matters was always at the disposal of his friends 



/_,\V; Descendants of George Phelps. 

who frequently sought his fire-side for this valuable advice. 
Mr. Phelps was a member of the Brick Church, for many 
years. He was regular in his habits, avoided notoriety and 
was liberal in his charities. 

In Liter years Mr. Phelps spent his summers in Saratoga. 
Two years before his death he erected a summer residence 
there, located on North Broadway. This he was permitted 
to enjoy for only one season. He died there i Aug., 1888, in 
his 87th year. 

Children by 1st wife, b. New York City : 

1 1 14. I. Sarah Maria, b. 28 Nov., 1833, m. Henry 

King, son of Rufus H. King, of Albany. 
Shed, without issue. 
+ 11 15. II. Helen Louisa, b. 20 Aug., 1S46, m. Anson 

Phelps Stokes. 

619. Joseph Bassett Phelps, bapt. East 

Windsor, Ct., 25 June, 180S, m. Lucy . 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Windsor, Ct., and later in Mad- 
ison, where he was given a house and lot by his brother Isaac 
Newton Phelps. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

111'). I. Joseph. 

11 17. II. Isaac Newton. 

1 1 18. III. Elizabeth. 

6*21. Julia Ann Phelps, bap. East Windsor, 
Ct., 20 March, 1816, m. Zeno King, b. Suffield, Ct. 
Settled in Hartford, Ct.: 

Child, b. Hartford, Ct.: 
1 1 19. I. Zeno (King). 

622. Thomas Larcom, b. Hartford, Ct., Oct. 
31, 1736, in. in Philadelphia, Pa,, Sarah Hutchinson, of King- 
sessing, Penn. 

Child, b. Philadelphia, Penn.: 

+ 1120. I. Thomas (Larcombe), b. May 12, 1791, m. 

Anna Smith, 

This was the third child. 



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Sixth Generation. I3&5 

6'2-t. Israel Phelps, b. Springfield, Mass., 15 
Aug., 1757, m. Sarah Higby. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled first near Springfield. 
In 1 79 1, he removed with his family to Galway, Saratoga Co., 
N. Y., where he d. in 1841, in his 84th year. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 
+ 1121. I. Luther, b. 14 July, 1780, m. Ruth Slater. 

+ 1122. II. Samuel, b. 10 April, 1782, m. twice. 

+ 1123. III. Israel, b. 2 April, 1784, m. Ruth Hawley. 
1 124. IV. Sally, b. 2 April, 1786, m. Andrew Comstock, 
settled in Albany. Had 5 children. 
+ 1125. V. Flavia, b. Springfield, Mass., 19 April, 1788, 

m. Ezekiel O. Comstock. 
1 126. VI. Philemon, b. Springfield, Mass., 2 July, 1790, 
settled in Mount Clemens, Macomb Co., 
Mich. 
1 1 27. VII. Chauncey, b. Galway, N. Y., 19 Sept., 1792, 

settled in Prattsburgh, Salem Co., N. Y. 
1 128. VIII. John, b. Galway, N. Y., 8 Oct., 1794, settled 
in Auburn, N. Y. 
-f 1129. IX. Martha, b. Galway, N. Y.. 3 Aug., 1796, m. 
William Ingham. 

1 130. X. Mina, b. Galway, N. Y., 3 June, 1799, m. 

Reuben Durkee, settled in Yale Co., where 
his wife died, leaving two sons. 

1131. XI. Almira, b. Galway, N. Y., 6 Oct., 1803. 

1 132. XII. Diana, b. Galway, X. Y., 1805, m. Linus Pot- 

ter, settled Eaton Co., Mich., where he d. 
previous to 1S60. Had five children. 
625. Ebenezer Phelps, b. Springfield, Mass., 
Oct. 21, 1759, d. Brutus, X. Y., Nov. 1, 1832, m. 1779, Sub- 
mit Higby, b. Dec. 10, 1761, d. Aug. 16, 182 1. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, first settling near Syracuse, N. 
Y., and then in Brutus, Cayuga Co., X. Y., (now Sennett). 

Children, b. Brutus, N. Y.: 
+ 1133. I. Lucretia, b. Aug. 20, 1780, m. Archibald 

Green. 
1 134. II. Lavinia, b. March S, 17S2, d. Jan. 12, 1S07. 

111. Benjamin Haven. 



Ij86 Descendants of George Phelps. 

1135. III. Gideon, 1). Nov. 24, 1783, d. Dec. 9, 1823,111. 

Sally . 

1136. IV. Submit, b. Dee. 17, 1786. Shediedat Holly, 

Mich. , num. 
1 137. V. Electa, b. Dec. 23, 1788, in. - - Gillespie. 

1138. VI. Malinda, b. Dec, 1, 1790, d. May 13, 1813, 

num. 

1139. VII. Abigail, b, Jan. 26, 1792,111. Elijah S. Everts.. 

1140. VIII. Hannah, b. Feb. 11, 1794, 111. Kbenezer Wil- 

cox. Had three daughters — Frances, Celia 
and Mary. 

1 141. IX. Cinderella, b. May 19, 1796, d. July 16, 1849. 
+ 1142. X. Abner Nims, b. Jul}- 19, 1798, 111. Elizabeth 

Kniffen. 
+ 1143. XI. Anna, b. Nov. 26, 1800, m. Darius R. Stone. 
+ 1144. XII. Uriah, b. May 27, 1802, 111. Maria Gunn. 
1 145. XIII, Sally, b. May 9, 1806, d. May 11, 1806. 

630. Mary Phelps, b. Springfield, Mass., 22 
Oct,, 1768, prob. m. Benjamin Drake. Settled in Springfield, 
where he had two children, then may have moved to Rock- 
ville, 111. 

Children were: 

+ 1146. I. Adaline (Drake), b. Springfield, Mass., 14 

Nov., 1 8 10, m. George Noble. 

1 147. II. Mary Phelps (Drake), b. Springfield, Mass., 

20 July, 181 1. 

Probably others. 

631. Abigail Phelps, b. Springfield, Mass., 
8 Feb., 1770, 111. Joseph Parsons. Settled in West Spring- 
field. 

Child b. West Springfield, Ma^s. 

1 148. Joseph (Parsons), b. i8<>2. 

018. Ph. dad Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 2(1 April, 
1768, 111. 18 Jan., 1787, Abigail Simmons, daughter of Silas 
and Abigail (Lord) Simmons, and b. East Windsor, d. Castile, 
Wyoming Co., N.Y., 29 Maw 1851. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, first settled in Enfield, Ct., where 
all his children were born. In [821, he with his family re- 



Sixth Generation . Z 3^T 

moved to Castile, Wyoming Co., X, Y., where he d. 7 Feb., 
1842, in his 74th year. 

Children b. Enfield, Ct.: 

1 149. I. Philnry, b. iS Oct., 1 7 S 7 , m. Zalmon Mar- 

shall, who d. 2 Oct., 1S22, aged 44 years. 
She 111. 2nd. Solomon Finch, who d. 23 
June, i860, aged 96. No record of children. 

1150. II. Orilla, b. 8 Aug., 1789, d.niim. 20ct., 1822. 

1 151. III. Sally, b. 12 March. 1 79 1 . 

1 152. IV. Anson, b. 11 Aug., 1792, m, Nancy Packard, 

settled in West. Had 10 children. 
+ 1 153. V. Chester, b. 5 Aug,, 1794, m. three times. 

+ 1154. VI. Flam, b. 18 Aug., 1796, m. Eunice Palmer. 
1 155. VII. Sabra, b. 16 July, 1799, removed to Castile,. 

N. Y. 
i 156. VIII. Persis, 25 July, 1800, m. Stephen Taber. 
1 137. IX. Ira, b. 10 July, 1S02, 111. Charles Hall, 28 
Jan,, 1S36. Settled in Schoolcraft, Mich. 

1158. X. Austin, b. 14 Feb., 1S04, d. 17 Aug,, 181 1. 

1 159. XI. Clarissa, b. 10 Aug.', 1S06, m. Moses Hall. 

She d. 23 March, 1S55. Joined church East 
Windsor, 1822. 

1 160. XII. Cynthia, b. 14 Feb.. 1S18, m. Wilson Sim- 

mons, Dec. 1, 1S33. Settled in Castile, 
Wyoming Co., X. Y. 

1 161. XIII. Lucinda, b. 26 March, 1811, m. Norman 

Simmons, 10 Jan., 1S38. 

64-9. Pklktiah Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct,, 29 
Sept., 1770, m. Sarah Simmons, 12 Feb., 1794. She was 
sister of his brother Eldad's wife, and daughter of Silas and 
Abigail (Lord) Simmons, and was b. East Windsor, 21 April, 
1767, d. Enfield, 8 Nov., 1844, in her 78th year. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Enfield, where lied. 15 Sept., 1830. 
He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

1 162. I. Elsie, b. 23 July, 1793, d. num., 20 Aug,,. 

1 s 1 4 . 
+ 1163. II. Seth, b. 26 Oct., 1796, m. Maronet Abbe. 

f-1164. III. Sally, b. 1 Feb., 1798, 111. Augustus Elmer. 



Tj88 Descendants of George Phelps. 

+ 1165. IV, Hannah, b. 4 Jan., 1S00, m. Joshua Dale. 

1 166. V. Margaret, b. 3 Oct., 1801, d. 14 March, 1814. 

1167. VI. Jemima, b. 4 June, 1803, d. num., 23 April, 
1826. 
+ 116S. VII. Willis, b. 15 March, 1805, 111. Flavia Pasco. 

1 169. VIII. Asenath, b. 1 Feb., 1807, m. Loren Phelps. 

See No. 1 198. 

1 170. IX. Martha, b. 17 Sept., 1809, m. Augustus Elmer. 

See No. 1 164. 

660. David Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 22 Oct., 
[781, m. 28 Oct., 1813, Polly Bromley, who d. Sloansville, N. 
Y., 10 Feb., 1863. Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in 
Sloansville, Schoharie Co., N. Y., where he d. 18 March, 1854, 
in his 73rd year. 

Children, b. Sloansville, N. Y. : 

+ 1182. I. Theresa Ann, b. 13 Aug., 1815, m. Henry 

Cornish. 

1 183. II. Horace Duane, b. 24 Now, 1817, m. Caroline 

Crandall. Settled in Sloansville, thence re- 
moved to Wisconsin, and d. 5 March, 1868. 

1 184. III. Henry, b. 6 April, 1S20, d. 20 July, 1822. 
+ 1185. IV. Maria Onderdonk, b. 15 May, 1822,111. Geo. 
Toping. 

11S6. V. Samuel Henry, b. 1 Oct., 1824. Settled in 

Sloansville, N. Y. 

1 187. VI. Amanda Baldwin, b. 25 Sept., 1826. 

1188. VII. William, b. 14 July, 1829, d. 7 Jan., 1830. 

1189. VIII. .Sarah Foot, b. 11 April, 1831, m. Lafayette 

Thayer. Settled in Wisconsin. 

661. Gaits Phelps, b. Fhifield, Ct., 22 Dec, 
17N:;, 111. [6 Sept., 1819, Susan Carrow, b. 2 Sept., 1792. Mr. 
Phelps was a farmer. .Settled in Sloansville, N. Y. 

Children, b. .Sloansville, N. Y. : 

1190. I. Nancy, b. 25 Aug., 1S20, d. num., 14 July, 

1858. 

1191. II. Mary Ann, b. 16 Sept., 1X22, d. 7 March, 

1826. 

1 192. III. Elizabeth, b, 22 July, 1823, m., no issue. 



Sixth Generation. ^3^9 

1193. IV. Daniel Hubert, b. 7 April, 1827, d, 7 Oct., 
1S27. 
+ 1 194. V. Azor William, b. 5 July, 1829, m. Lorenia R. 

Best. 

1 195. VI. Mary A., b. 13 July, 1S32. 

1196. VII, Charles Howard, b. 13 Feb., 1835, d. unm., 

10 July, 1858. 

66 v. Jabp;z Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 22 Aug., 

1785, 111. Mary Allen, June 1812. He m. 2nd. Sarah T. Cook, 

b. 17S9, d. Windsor, 5 May, 1S42. By her he had no issue. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, settled in Enfield, where he d. 16 

June, 1 8 s 7 • 

Child by 1st wife, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

1 197. Mary Celia, b. 25 March, 1S16, d. 1 May, 1820. 

664-. Roswell Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 9 May, 
1789, m. 6 Feb., 1811, Sarah Allen, daughter of Samuel and 
Elizabeth (Wells) Allen. She was born East Windsor, 1 
Aug., 1789, d. Wilbraham, Mass., 4 Oct., 1815. He m. 2nd 
Widow Goodman. By her he had no issue. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, first purchasing land in Wilbra- 
ham, Mass., in Nov., 1811, recorded Jan. 12, 1812. Here he 
settled, and d. 25 Aug,, 1870. 

Children 1st wife, b. Wilbraham, Mass.: 

+ 1198. I. Loren, b. 24 May, 1812, m. Asenath Phelps. 

1 199. II. Sarah A., b. 6 June, 1813, m. James L,. S. 

Wason. Settled in Springfield, Mass. No 

issue. 
+ 1200, III. Lucinda, b. 19 Nov., 1815, m. Daniel H. 

Abbe. 
+ 1 201. IV. Henry, b. 13 Feb., 1820, m. twice. 

666. Sylvester Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 4 
July, 1793, m. Nov. 1, 1812, Mary Austin, b. 9 March, 1795, 
d. Sloansville, N. Y. , 7 Sept., 1S33. He m. 2nd, 22 March, 
1834, Libbie E. Hartwell, b. Aug. 2, 1802, d. Sloansville, 
N. Y., 9 May, 1836. He m. 3rd, Mary Griffin, b. 9 Feb., 

1798. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Hesettled in Sloansville, N. Y., 
in 181 1, where he d. 15 March, 1861. He said in 1S60 that 
he had 34 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. 



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1209. 



rjpo Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children by est wife, 1). Sloausville, N. Y. : 
+ 1202. I. Polly M., 1), 28 July, 1813, 111. Stephen 

Stilwell, 
II. Elizabeth A., b. 31 Oct., 1815, in. twice. 
III. Isabella 15., b. 17 Sept., 1817, m. Hiram 
Conover. 

I\'. John A., b. 19 June, 1819, 111. Staly. 

V. Sylvester M., b. 19 June, 1S21, in. Julia Ann 
Baker. 
VI. Lucy F., b. 4 March, 1823, d. 5 Aug., 1824. 
VII. David L-, b. 23 Oct., 1824, d. 24 March, [826. 
VIII. David, b. 24 Oct., 1826. Left home 1850. 
Residence unknown. 
+ 1210. IX, Lucy R., b. 24 Now, 1826, 111. Mark \V. 

Stephens. 
[2ii. X. Sarah A., b. 11 Dec, 1831, d. 6 Feb. 1832. 

+ 1212. XL Austin M., b. 7 Sept., 1833, 111. Mary Ann 
Alpaugh. 
Children, by 2nd wife, b. Sloausville, N. Y. : 

-L1213. XII. Miles H., b. 22 Feb., 1N35, in. Fmeline Col- 
lins. 
1 2 14. XIII. Sabra F., b. 5 May, 1836, 111. Settled in 
Charlotteville, X. Y. 
Child, by 3rd wife, b. Sloausville, X, Y.: 
-f- 1215. XIV. Emily S., b. 22 Maw [838, m, George Dome. 

668. Axx Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 25 Feb., 
1795, 111. 20 Oct., 1822, Ashney Pasco, son of Jonathan and 
Elizabeth (Allen) Pasco. He d. 25 March, 1853, She 111. 2nd. 
Levi' Lord, by whom she had no issue. 

She died at East Windsor, Ct., 9 Aug., 1887, the oldest 
woman in the town of Enfield, and for several years before 
her death was blind, and for nine years she had not been able 
to walk, though always cheerful and happy. 

Child, by 1st husband, b. Fast Windsor, Ct,: 

1216. I. Son (Pasco.) He d. at the age of 7 years. 

669. Horace Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 23 
April, 1797. in. 10 May, 1827, Laura A. Allen, b. Enfield, 16 
July, 1804, where she d. 17 Sept., 1817. 



Sixth Generation . I39 1 

Mr. Phelps settled in Enfield on the old homestead, where 
he d. 18 March, 1862. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 
+ 1217. I. Horace Emerson, b. 3 July, 1828, m, Susan 

Clark. 
121S. II. A daughter, b. 17 July, 1829, d. 29 July, 1829, 

+ 1219. III. Jabez Allen, b. 26 May, 1830, m. Rosetta 

Benjamin. 
+ 1220. IV, Charles Sylvester, b. 31 Aug., 1S31, m. 

Martha A. Pasco. 
+ 1 22 1. V. Mary Ann, b. 28 March, 1833, m - Horace 

Milton Bancroft. 
+ 1222. VI. David Samuel, b. 24 Oct., 1834, m. Elizabeth 

Parmenter. 

1223. VII. Albert Francis, b. 18 Aug., 1836, d. 7 July, 

1837- 

1224. VIII. Albert Francis, b. 13-19 April, 1S38, m. 

Emily Harriet Eastman, Oct. 12, 1862, 
Pongmeadow. 

+ 1225. IX. Laura Fucinda, b. 17 March, 1840, m. John 
A. Pease. 

+ 1226. X. Gilbert Wells, b. 13 Feb., 1842, m. twice. 

1227. XI. George M., b. 25 May, 1843, m. prob. Abbie 
J. Case, 16 Feb., 1S70. Settled Long- 
meadow. 

+ 1228. XII. Emily Amelia, b. 18 Sept., 1847, m. Walter 
G. Newbury. 

670. Oskk Phklps, b. Enfield, Ct., 9 March, 
1799, m. 11 Feb., 1822, Clarissa Pasco, daughter of Benjamin 
and Clarissa (Richardson) Pasco. She was b. Enfield, 26 Sep., 
1805, and d. probably in Enfield. 

Mr. Phelps was a wheelwright, and settled in Enfield, where 
lie d. 21 Sept., 1848. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

1229. I. Henry, b. 12 July, 1824, m. Sarah D — — . 

1230. IF Gilbert, b. 7 Aug., 1S26, d. 26 Dec, 1840. 

1231. III. Austin, b. 27 Sept., 1828, 111. Mary E . 

.1232. IV. Almira, b, 18 Sept., 1831, m. Sept 1, 1851, 



ijp2 Descendants oj George Phelps. 

1233. V. Harvey, 1). 15 June, [833. 

1234. VI. Seliua, b. Sept. 27, 1S35, d. Sept. 25, [844. 

1235. VII. George, b. 17 Jan., 1838, m. Angeline . 

1236. VIII. .M.S., b. 5 July, 1S44. 

671 Abigail Pease Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 
2 March, 1801, in. Horace Holkins, 1841. 

He settled in Enfield, where he d. He was a farmer. His 
wife d. in Enfield, 30 June, or 12 May, 1851. 

Child, 1.. Enfield, Ct.: 

1237. I. Jane Ann (Holkins), b. June. 1842, m. Lucius 

Alden, 1857. 

(>?3. John Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., S Dec, 
1779, m. 1S02, Statira Graves, b. East Granville, Mass., 1789, 
d. Granville, Ohio, 25 Oct., 1855. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He first settled in East Gran- 
ville, where two of his children were born, removing in 1806 
to Granville, Ohio, where he d. 25 Oct., 1839. 

Children, b. Granville, Ohio, except two first-: 

+ i2; v s - I. Ralzemon, b. East Granville, Mass., 26 Dec, 

[802, m. Emma Pinuey. 
+ 1239. II. Hannah, b. East Granville, Mass., Oct., 1804, 

m. twice. 

1240. III. John Baker, b. 31 Oct., 1806, m. Wealthy 

Lott, Settled in St. Albions, Ohio. Xo 
issue. 

1241. [V. Almira, b. Oct. 1809, d. 1111111, [8 June, 1835.. 
+ 1242. V. Anna, b. 8 Dec, 1812, m. Asahel Griffin. 

+ 1243. VI, Elihu O., b. 27 March, 1816, m. Eliza- 
beth . 

67+. Elihu Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., io^ 
April, 1782, ra. Margaret Cruikshank, 19 Aug., 1816, at 
Schroon, X. V. She was b. Salem, Washington Co., X. Y., 
d. Schroon, Essex Co., X. Y. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, and settled in Schroon, X. Y., 
where he died 7 Dec, [856. 

Children, b. Schroon, X. Y. : 
1244. I. Rensselaer, b. 19 April, 1818, d. u.nm., Troy, 



Sixth Generation. 



1393 



-+- 


t245- 


+ 


1246. 




[247, 


+ 


[248. 


+ 


[249. 


+ 


1250. 


+ 


[251. 


-f 


[252. 


+ 


1255- 


-f 


[254. 


+ 


1255- 



N. Y. , 27 April, 1857. A lumber dealer of 
firm of J. W. Freeman & Co., Troy. 
II. Orin, b. 29 Nov., 1819, m. twice. 

III. James Francis, b. 6 Oct., 182 1, m. twice. 

IV. Sanford, b. 26 Aug., 1S23, d. unm. 31 Oct., 

1842. 
V. Anna, b. 6 Jul}-, 1S25, m. Daniel Wynian. 
VI. Elizabeth, b. 25 Aug., 1827, m. Pelopidas 
Potter. 
VII. Margaret, b. 11 Feb., 1S30, m. Calvin W. 
H nest is. 
VIII. Mary Helen, b. 31 Jan., 1S32, m. James K. 
Lindsey. 
IX. Emily, b. 19 June, 1S34, m. Darius J. Rich- 
ards. 
X. Amelia, b. 20 Aug., 1837, ni. Hawley S. Hep- 
burn. 
XI. John Baker, b. 10 May, 1S40, m. Cornelia R. 
Woodward. 
XII. Eunice Ellen, b. 30 Sept., 1843, m - Eugene 15. 
Havward. 



675. Chauncev Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., 
17 May, 17S5, m. 13 Oct., 1S15, Polly Shattuck, b. 1795, d. 
Granville, Ohio, 8 March, 1879. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He went out with the compan}' 
that settled Granville, Ohio, where he resided, and d. at St. 
Albions, in 1840. 

Children b. Granville, Ohio : 

+ 1256. I. Rosmond, b. 13 Sept., 1816, m. Alma Lock- 

wood. 
1257. II. Elihu, b. 29 Oct., 1817, m. Settled in North 

Lewisburgh, O. 
125S. III. Mary, b. 7 April, 1820, d. 7 April, 1834. 
+ 1259. IV. Samuel C, b. 21 Nov., 1S22, m. twice. 
+ 1260. V. Elvira, b. 22 Nov., 1825, m. Amos Smith. 

1261. VI. Elizabeth, b. 4 Oct., 1828, d. unm., 13 Dec, 
1S51. 
+ 1262. VII. Alfred, b. 7 Dec, 1830, m. twice. 

(11—36) 



rjpf Descendants of George Phelps, 

+ 1263. VIII. Rollin, b. 16 May, 1834, m. Mary Clouse. 

+ 1264. IX. Mary A., b. 3 July, 1836, m. David Goodrich. 

(»?«. Sylvester Phelps, b. 4 March, 1787, 

in. Maria Lathrop. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Granville, Ohio, and from there 
removed to Iowa. He died 13 May, 1851. 

Children, b. Granville, Ohio: 

1265. I. Julia, b. 7 April, 1819, 111. Sanford Harris. 

She d. 16 Jan. , 1852. 

1266. II. Sophia, b. 28 March, 1.821, m. Thompson Bald- 

win. 

1267. III. Albert, b. 28 Oct., 1823, m. 

1268. IV. Daniel, b. 3 April, 1827, 111. 

1269. A'. Charles, b. 27 July, 1831. 

1270. VI. Morris, b. 7 Jan., 1834, d. 8 Aug., 1851. 

077. Levi Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., 16 Oct., 
1789, m. 3 Oct., 1826, in Delvin, Ohio, Sarah Cooper. She 
was b. in Vermont, 9 Feb., 1805, d. Marysville, Union Co., 
Ohio, 31 Dec, 1876. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, and settled in Marysville, Ohio, 
where he died 27 Nov,, 1863. 

Children, b. Marysville, Ohio: 
+ 1271. I. Cyrus A., b. 6 Oct., 1827, m. Caroline Page. 

1272. II. Elizabeth B., b. 31 Aug., 1830, d. num., 3 

June, 1844. 

1273. III. Harriet H., b. 19 July, 1833, d. mini., 6 Oct., 

1S53. 
+ 1274. IV. William Henry, b. 9 July, [836, m. Celestia 
A. Walsh. 

1275. V. Ann L., 1). 11 March, 1839, d. 3 May, 1847. 

1276. VI. Mary, b. 6 Aug., 1X42, d. 26 Aug., 1X42. 

679, Martha Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., 6 
Sept., 1794, 111. 17 Feb., 1816, Silas Mead. 

Mr. Mead settled in East Trumbull, Ashtabula Co., Ohio. 

Children, b. East Trumbull, Ohio. 

1277. I. Merrill (Mead), b. 10 June, 1817,111. Fanny 

C. Clapp, - 1 Jan., 1802. No issue. 



Sixth Generation . J 39S 

127S. II. Phelps (Mead), b. 8 May, 1S1S, d. 28 July, 

1784. 
1279. III. William " b. 1 Sept., 1S23. 
+ 1280. IV. Martha Ann" b, 14 March, 1827,111. Otis 

S. Davis. 
+ 1281. A*. Mary Jane " b. 17 March, 1S29, 111. Wm. 

J. Woodruff. 
1282. VI, Sidney (Mead), b. 14 May, 1831, d, mini,, 11 

Dec, 1 85 1. 
1 2 S3. VII. Charles (Mead), b. 11 Oct., 1835. 
1284. VIII. Diana E. " b. 10 Oct., 1835, m. Levi 

Graham, 29 Jan., 1S60. 

681. Charles Bingham Phelps, b. Colebrook, 
Ct., 27 April, 1800, m. 20 Dec, 1847, Marion Sage, b. 22 
Aug., 1819, d. Colebrook, Ct., 29 Dec, 1853. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Colebrook, Ct., where he d. Oct. 7,. 

1873- 

Mr. Phelps lived with his brother Ralzemau Phelps with 

whom he was connected in the dairy and agricultural business. 

He was greatly interested in the genealogy of the Phelps 

family, and to him we are greatly indebted for his line, and 

many other Phelps records in Connecticut. 

682. Ralzeman Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., 
29 May, 1802, m. 3 March, 1824, Mary Coy, daughter of 
Elhanah Coy. She was b. Colebrook, Ct,, where she d. 8 
April, 1826. He m. 2nd, 22 April, 1829, Anna Pinney, daugh- 
ter of Elijah and Mahala (Grant) Pinney. She was b. Cole- 
brook, Ct., 25 Sept., 1807, d. there 19 Jan. 1878. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Colebrook, Ct., where he was con- 
nected with his brother Charles Bingham Phelps in the dairy 
and agricultural business. He d. in Colebrook, 19 July, 1875, 

Child by 1st wife, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

+ 12S5. I. Horace Matthew, b, iS June, 1825, m. Julia 

E. Hoi man. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

1286. II. Mary, 1>. 12 Aug., 1831, d. num., 17 Eeb., 

1878. 



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Descendants oj George Phelps. 



683. Betsey Bhelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., 13 
June, [804, in. 24 April, 1S25, Jeremiah Wadsworth, b. Hart- 
ford. Ct., where lie settled and died, 29 Sept., 1S2S. She m. 
2nd, James Guild, 3 Nov., 1847. He settled in Ashtabula 
Co., Ohio. 

Child by ist husband, b. Hartford, Ct.: 
12S7. I. Elizabeth (Wadsworth), b. July - -. 

Child by 2nd husband, b. Ashtabula, Ohio : 

[288. I. Charles B. (Guild), b. 1849. 

697. Samuel Ward, b. Middlefield, Mass., 
about [785, m. Salome Lewis. He m. 2nd Widow Persis 
Loomis, widow of Ira Detrick. 

Children bv ist wife : 



h 128 1. 


I. 


John (Ward), 


111 


. Betsey Carter. 


- 1 290. 


II. 


Orilla " 


m 


. Alonzo Frainsworth. 


[291. 


III. 


Lorine 


d. 


aged 26 years. 


1 202. 


IV. 


Orton 


d. 


aged 6 years. 


- 1293. 


V. 


Jane E " 


b. 


Dec. 25, 1S00, m. George E. 
Watson. 


1294. 


VI. 


Mary 






1295. 


VII. 


Orton " 






1 296. 


VIII. 


Loomis ' ' 






1297. 


IX. 


Betsey ' ' 


d. 


aged 16 years. 



701. Polly Ward, b. Warren, N. Y., m. Joel 
Northrop, settled in Warren, Herkimer Co., N. Y. 

Children, b. Warren, N. Y. : 

I. John (Northrop). 
II. Lovisa 



1298. 
i 299. 
1300. 

I V ' I . 

1303- 



III. Chester 
IV. Julia 
V. Joel 
VI. Marv 



<().'). Ruth Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 7 
Feb., 1790, m. 20 Jan., 1823, John Loomis, b, Warren, Her- 
kimer Co . X. Y.. where he settled and died, and where his 
wife died 16 March, 1848. 

Children, b. Warren, N. Y:: 



Sixth Generation. J 397 

1304. I. William (Loomis). Settled in Hudson, Mich. 

1305. II. Charles " Settled in Oneida, N. Y. 

1306. III. Charlotte m. Atherly. Settled in 

Oneida, N. Y. 

705. Noah Phelps, b. Hast Windsor, Ct., 26 
Oct., 1793, m. 5 Dec, 1S20, Lucy Barber, daughter of Oliver 
and Sally (Chapin) Barber. She was b. East Windsor, 20 
April, 1798, and died there 24 March, 1880. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in East Windsor, where 
he d. Nov. 4, 17S0. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct. 
+ 1307. I. Daniel, b. 6 Oct., 1822, m. Nancy Ruggles 

Wells. 
+ 1308. II. Lucy Elizabeth, b. 18 Nov., 1S24, m. twice. 

1309. III. A child, d. in infancy. 

1310. IV. 

1311. Y. 

707. Elizabeth Phelps, b. East Windsor, 

Ct., 30 Dec, 1797, m. 4 Sept., 1823, Ashbel Barber, son of 

Grove and Mary (Allen) Barber, b. Windsor. Settled in 

Farmiugton where his wife died 29 Oct., 1840. He was a 

farmer. 

Children, b. Farmiugton, Ct.: 

1312. I. A child (Barber), d. 29 May, 1824, aged 4 hours. 

1313. II. '" d. 27 Feb., 1825, aged 12 hours 

1314. III. " " d. 25 May, 1826. 

+ 1315. IY. Mary Elizabeth (Barber), b. 30 April, 1828, 

m. Samuel Watson. 

+ 1316. Y. Joseph Ashbel (Barber), b. 13 Feb., 1830, m. 

1317. VI. A child " b. 1832, d. 13 April, 

1835. 

1318. VII. A child " dff 12 April, 1835, 

aged 19 mouths. 

1319. VIII. Hannah Celestia (Barber), b. 19 Jan., 1836, 

d. 5 April, 1 858, num. 

1320. IX. A child (Barber), d. 11 Oct., 1840, aged 22 

months. 
+ 1321. X. Rachel Ann (Barber), b. 12 Oct., 1840, m. 

Thomas Smart. 



j fp8 Descendants of George Phelps. 

70S. Mary Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 20 
Feb., 1800, m. Jason Ellsworth as his 1st wife, May, 1823. 
He was son of Capt. Job and Elizabeth (Potwine) Ellsworth, 
and was b. East Windsor, 13 Aug., 1799. His wife Mary 
died East Windsor, 22 June, 1843. 

(He m. 2nd Sarah Morton, 4 June, 1845, who died 21 Feb., 
1S46. By her he had no issue. He in. 3rd Mary Terry, 1 
July, 1S47. She was b. 20 Feb., 1807, died East Windsor, 4 
Aug., 1881. By her he had two children, Mary Terry and 
Emily Alice.) He was a farmer. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

1322. I. Charlotte Phelps (Ellsworth), b. 12 Jan., 

1824, m. Alexander Ellsworth, 31 Jan., 
1865. She d. 4 April, 1S81, at Watson- 
town, Pa. 

1323. II. Jason (Ellsworth), b. Nov. 8, 1825, d. 18 

March, 1826. 

1324. III. Mary Ann (Ellsworth), b. 8 March, 1827, d. 

9 Dec, 1S35. 

1325. IV. William Jason (Ellsworth), b. 17 April, 

1829, m. Eliza Powers. Resided in Madi- 
son, Wis. 
+ 1326. V. Theodore Erastus (Ellsworth), b. 21 March, 

[831, m. Imogene Phelps, No. 1337. 

1327. VI. Emily Frances (Ellsworth), b. 1 March, 

[833, d. 16 Dec, 1S35. 

1328. VII. Lydia Sophia (Ellsworth), b. 12 March, 1835, 

d. 9 Dec, 1835. 

1329. VIII. Francis (Ellsworth), b. 19 Nov., 1836, m. 

Josephine Hurd. Resides Madison, Wis. 

1330. IX. Mary Ann (Ellsworth), b. 12 July, 1840, d. 

,i 1 March, 1S44. 

709. James Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 15 
Sept., 1802, m. Mary Allen, 19 May, 1831. She was daughter 
of Joel and Lydia (Butler) Allen, and was b. East Windsor, 25 
May, 1807, where she d. 1894. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Settled in East Windsor, where 
he died 15 March, t866. 



Sixth Generation. T 199 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

1331. I. Charlotte, m. Pease of Springfield. 

1332. II. Mary, m. Ramsdell. 

1333. III. James. 

711. Capt. William Phelps, b. East Wind- 
sor, Ct., 19 Sept., 1806, m. 19 March, 1S35, Mary Ann Soule, 
daughter of Howlaud and Sally (Downing) Soule. She was 
b. Hinsdale, N. Y., 16 June, 1S15, and was living in 1896. 
Capt. Phelps was a farmer, resided in East Windsor on the 
old homestead built by his father on a tract of land purchased 
by his grand-father, Sergeant Noah Phelps, of Mr. Allen in 
1773. This was a square brick house on the Main street in 
East Windsor. 

Mr. Phelps was selectman of his town for seven years, and 
represented his town in the State Legislature in 1S52. He 
died 15 March, 1S89. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct: 

1334. I. A sou, b. 19 Nov., 1835, d. 23 Nov. 1S35. 

+ 1335. II. Melinda, b. 28 Aug., 1839, m. Albert A. 

Sperry. 

1336. III. William, b. 14 Aug., 1841, d. 23 Sept., 1841. 

1337. IV. Imogene, b. 1 July, 1843, m. Theodore Ells- 

worth. See No. 1326. 

1335. V. William, b. 27 June, 1845, d. 5 April 1849. 
r 339- VII. Mary Ann, b. 21 Dec, 1848, m. Lucius Bis- 

sell, 2nd Hunter. 

+ 1340. YII. Geo. Soule, b. 26 Oct., 1S52, m, Fannie Eliza- 
beth Bissell. 

134 1. VIII. William, b. 6 July, 1855. Res. East Wind- 

sor, Ct., 1896, mini. 

713. Dr. Obadiah Phelps, b. East Windsor, 
Ct., 26 Nov., 1800, removed with his father to Turin, N. 
Y., m. Eleanor Booth. Mr. Phelps studied medicine, settled 
and practiced in Cauandaigua where he died 4 March, 183 1. 

Children, b. Cauandaigua : 

1342. I, A daughter. 

1343. II. A son. He was a member of the Legislature 

of one of the western states. 



i/f.00 Descendants of George Phelps. 

715. Elihtj Phelps, b. Turin, N. Y., 8 Dec, 
[805, m. April, 1850, in Buffalo, N. Y., Mary J. Dover, She 
was daughter of Joseph and Mary Dover. 

Mr. Phelps was a captain of a packet boat on the Erie 
Canal. Settled in Buffalo, N. Y., where he died in 1854. 

Children, b. Buffalo, N. Y. : 

+ 1344. I. William H., b. 4 Aug., 1852, m. Mary A. 

Stegmier. 

1345. II. Elihu. Residing in Ellington, N, Y. , 1890. 

71<>. William Phelps, b. Turin, N. Y., 16 
Jan., 1S16, in. Catherine E. Jacobs at Port Leydeii. N. Y., 
20 Oct., 1845. She was daughter of Nicholas and Lydia 
(Slater) Jacobs, and was b. Nassau, N. Y., 17 Nov., 1825. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, and resided in West Turin, N.Y., 
removing in or about 1S60 to Ellington, N. Y. 

Children, b. West Turin, N. Y. , except last : 

1346. I. Darwin W., b. 8 April, 1848. 

1347. II. Nellie C, b. 15 May, 1853. 

1348. III. AlidaC, b. 19 May, 1857. 

1349. IY. Willie E., b. Ellington, N. Y. , July, 1S69, d. 

unin. , 31 July, 1S81 . 

724. John Phelps, b. Somers, Ct., 14 Dec, 
1779, m. Ruth Sexton, in Somers, 27 Oct., 1803. She was b, 
Somers, 10 April, 1782, d. there 17 April, 1851. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Somers, on the old homestead. He 
was a farmer and died in Somers, 27 Dec, 1854. 

Children, b. .Somers, Ct.: 

+ 1350. I. Elam, b. 10 Aug., 1804, m. Harriet L. Ed- 

wards. 
C351. II. Almira, b. 27 Sept., 1806, d. 9 Sept., 1822. 

+ 1332. III. John French, b. 20 July, 1809, m. Mrs. Nancy 
Woodworth. 

+ 1333. IV. Julius Curtis, b. 13 Oct., 1812, m. Delia Kn- 

dicott Kibbe. 

+ 1354. V. Joseph Sexton, b. 4 Jan., 1815, m. Harriet 

Newell Hitchcock. 



Sixth Generation. 



IJ.OI 



720. Levi Phelps, b. Somers, Ct., 25 Jan., 
17S6, m. 19 Nov., 1809, Fanny Hall, daughter of Joseph 
Hall. She was b. Berlin, 31 March, 1790, d. Somers, Ct., 2 
Feb., 1825. 

Mr. Phelps was a blacksmith by trade and once resided in 
Sand Lake, N. Y. , where his oldest child was born, from 
there removing to Somers, Ct., where he was in business 
with his father for many years. Late in life he lived with his 
son Benjamin, Wethersfield, Ct., where he died in 1856. 
Children, b. Somers, Ct., except first : 

~^~ J 355- I- Benjamin C, b. Sand Lake, N. Y., 4 Dec, 

1 8 10, m. Sarah P. Humphrey. 
1356. II. Daughter b. 1S11, d. Nov. 2, 18 iS, aged 7 

years. 
+ 1357. III. William Hall, b. 25 March, 1813, m. Martha 
Rudd. 
1358. IY. Sarah A., b. 31 Jan., 1816, m. Furman. 

Settled in Chicopee, Mass., d. there. 
V. Harriet A., b. 4 Sept., 18 19, m. Joseph 
Crumb. .Settled in Mystic. She d. there. 
VI. Amelia, b, 22 May, 1X22, d. num. Westboro, 
X. Y., April 6, 1841. 
VII. George M., b. 26 July, 1826, m. Emeline 

Eliza King. 
VIII. A child, d. 15 Aug., 1832, aged 8 months, 

T2T. Samuel Phelps, b. Troy, N. Y., 12 
Jan., 1796, m. 13 Oct,, 1818, Sophia Barrows, b. 25 Dec, 
1798. Mr. Phelps settled in Watervliet, N. Y., removing 
from there in 1820 to Jefferson, Lewis Co., N. Y., where he 
d. 10 Nov., 1887. 

Children, b. Watervliet, X. Y., except last two : 



L359 



1360 



+ 136 1 



1362 



+ 136 



o w o- 



1364- 

1365- 

1366. 

1367- 



1368. 



I. George May, b. 10 Nov., 1S20, 111. Sarah H. 
Hinman. 
II. Charlotte Amelia, b. about 182 1. 

III. Clarissa Adeline, b. about 182S. 

IV. Catherine Ann, b. about 1835, 

V. William Pell, b. Jefferson Co., N. Y., 14 July, 
1 84 1, m. He is an electrician in Philadelphia. . 
VI. Louisa Powers, b, Jefferson Co., N. Y. 



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Descendants of George I 'helps 



745. Esther Eno. b. Windsor, Ct., July 9, 
1785, d. Aug. [8, 1831, m. 1810, Rufus Holmes, b. Torring- 
ton, Ct., April 29. 1781, d. June 26, 1855, sou of Joseph aud 
Lydia (Curtis) Holmes. 

Mr. Holmes was a farmer in Colebrook, Ct., until 1850, 
when he removed to Wiusted, Ct. (He m. 2nd, July 1, 1835. 
Belinda Bass, aud had one sou, Rufus K. Holmes, b. May 4, 
[837, who m. three times and had five children.) 

Children, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 
+ 1369. I. Lucius Lorenzo (Holmes), b. Nov. 7, 1811. 

m. Mary A. Seymour. 
+ 1369 a. II. Susan Jeanette b. Dec. 6, 1816, 

m. Rolliu L. Beecher. 



748. Ai'AMK Phelps, b. Mansfield, 
April, 1778, ni. 5 May, 1796, James Cooke. 
He settled in Mansfield, Ct., for a time. 

Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

I. Huldah (Cooke), b. 26 May, 1798. 



Ct,, 14 



,70. 



II. Sally 



b. 7 July, 1800, 



7(U. 



Olive Phelps, b. Mansfield, Ct., 29 
Aug., 1S00, m. in Mansfield, Ct., 21 May, 1821, Jerry Dun- 
ham, son of Jacob and Jerusha (Topliff) Dunham. He was b. 
in Mansfield, 1796. 

Mr. Dunham first settled in Mansfield. In 1848 he removed 
to East Windsor, Ct., where he died 12 Sept., 1877. He was 
a comb maker. His widow died at Granville, 29 May, 18S5. 
Children, b. Mansfield, Ct.: 

I. Charles F. Dunham, b. 21 May, 1825, d. in 

Mexico, 1S49. 
II. Marcus G., 1). 11 June, 1827, 
III. William M., b. 18 Aug., 1830. 
I\'. Dwight P., b. 28 Aug. 1833. 
V. Melissa J., b. 12 Sept., [837. 
VI. Lucinda P., 6. [3 April, 1840, d. Hartford, 11 
Feb., 1889. 

7(>.">. Asher Gurley Phelps, b. Mansfield, 
Ct., is Dec, 1 Si 7, m. 25 Nov., 1828, Emily Bowers, of Port- 



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1374 
1373 
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land. She was daughter of Samuel and Lucy Bowers, and was 
b. Portland, 25 Nov., 181 2, d. Cromwell, 10 April, 1891. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Portland, Ct,, and was superintend- 
ent of the Bowers' stone quarry of that place. He died there 
7 Nov., 1 89 1. 

Children, b. Portland, Ct.: 
I. John, b. Dec, 1S30, d. April, 1831. 
II. John, b. April, 1832, d. May, 1832. 

III. Julius W., b. 10 Feb., 1834, m. Grace A. 
Allison, 

IV. Eliza J., b. 5 March, 1836, m. George W. 
Storer. 

V. Edwin C, b. 12 June, 1839, m Mary E. 

Bulkley. 
VI. Harriet E., b. March, 1841, d. March, 1841. 
VII. Franklin G., b. 27 May, 1842, unmarried. 
VIII. Harriet E., b. 27 June, 1845, m. Charles F. 
Putnam. No issue. She was divorced 
from him. 
IX. Emily M., b. 9 Dec, 1851, m, James Duncan. 



1378. 

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+ 1381. 
+ IJ82. 



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1384- 

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Simeon Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 4 Oct., 
m. Submit Holcomb, b. 2 Aug., 1772, d. Tiumouth, 
Rutland Co., Vt., 9 March, 1851, or in Penn Line, Pa. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Tiumouth, Rutland Co., Vt., and 
later in life removed to Penn Line, Pa., where he died 30 
May, 1842. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Tiumouth, Vt.: 

I. Simeon, d. young. 
II. Plin, b. 1793, m. Lucy Cumber Rice. 

III. Orilla, m. Eber W. Whiting. 

IV. Chester, b. 10 Aug., 1801, 111. Sally Billings. 
V. Artalusia, m. Lyman Boyden. Settled West. 

VI. Harriet, m. Morton. Settled in West. 

??(>. Solomon Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
25 April, 1781, m. 8 June, 1817, Clarissa Allyn, b. 1791, d. 
Westfield, Mass., 26 March, 1883. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Westfield, Mass., 
where he died 13 Sept., 1856. 



+ 13SS 

1389 

+ 1390 

1392 



jjoj Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

+ 1393. I. Ebenezer William, b. 13 May, 1S0S, in. twice. 

1394. II. Sally Maria, b. 15 April, 1810, m. Noah B. 

Phelps. See No. 1030. 
+ 1395. III. Jane, b, 26 Feb., 1812, m. Edwin Quinner. 

+ 1396. IV. Emily, b. 25 March, 18 14, m. E. W. Cook. 

+ 1307. V. Edwin B., b. 10 April, 1816, m. Elizabeth P. 

Upson. 
[398. VI. Sarah Ann, b. 18 March, 1X1N, m. Eber 

Phelps. vSee page 736, No. 3938. 
- 1399. VII. Clarissa, b. 3 March, 1S20, m. Gamaliel King. 
1400. VIII. Solomon, b. 14 May, 1823, m. Sarah Martin. 

780. Eliphalet Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 
May 11, bapt. 24 Nov,, 1765, m. Mehitabel Dodge, in New 
Marlboro, Mass., 27 May, 17SS. She was daughter of 
Bezeleel and Mehitabel (Porter) Dodge, and was b. Lebanon, 
2 Dec, 1766, d, in Wayne, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, 22 Jan., 
1 840. 

Mr. Phelps was a blacksmith by trade. In those days 
kitchen utensils of iron were manufactured by blacksmiths, 
and various implements of kitchen ware of his manufacture 
may still be found in the families of his descendants. 

Mr. Phelps's marriage is recorded in New Marlboro, Mass., 
as also the birth of his first six children, while there is 110 
record of birth of any of his children in Lebanon, We con- 
clude lie settled in New Marlboro about the time of his mar- 
riage. Here all his children were born. 

About 1 816 he with his family removed to the western part 
of New York state where some of his relatives from Lebanon 
had previously settled, probably remaining there one or two 
years, then removing to Wayne, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, with 
his family, excepting Asahel, Asa Hosmer, and Aurilla, who 
remained in New York state. The time of his settling in 
Wayne, Ohio, was early in 1818, as on Dec, n, 181S, he 
joined the Congregational Church there. Here he died Mar. 

I", I' S 4 2. 

Children, b. New Marlboro, Mass.: 

+ 1401. I. Hannah, b. 12 March, 1789, 111. Harvey 

Walter. 



Sixth Generation . r 4°5 

+ 1402. II. Asahel, b. 16 March, 1791, in. Rhoda Norton. 

+ 1403. III. Harvey, b. 19 Aug., 1793, m. Betsey 
Meacham. 

-f- IJ04. IV. Asa Hosmer, b. 20 April, 1795, m. Margaret 
McCoun. 

+ 1405. V. Reuben, b. 27 Feb., 1797, m. Olive Leonard. 

+ 1406. VI. Harriet, b. 20 Feb., 1799. 

1407. VII. Melinda, b. 7 Oct., 1S01, m. Gamaliel Wil- 
cox. Settled in Williamsville, O. No record 
of children. Shed. 14 Dec, 1S42. 

+ 1408. VIII. Diantha, b. 2 Nov., 1803, m. Pliny Case. 
1409. IX. Aurilla, b. 28 Nov., 1804, d. April, 1805. 

+ 1410. X. Aurilla, b. 22 March, 1S06, m. Pliny Case. 

+ 141 1. XI. Mary Porter, b. 21 Nov., 180S, in. Linus H. 
Jones. 
1 4 1 2 . XII. Alanson Woodward, b. June, 1810, d. Oct., 
1S10. 

+ 1413. XIII. Alanson, b. 10 Feb., 1S12, m. twice. 

1 414. XIV Ann Kliza, b. 14 Dec, 18 14, d. uuni., 30 

April, 1S40. 

781. Hannah Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 11 
Aug., bapt. 24 Nov., 1765, a twin. 111. Josiah Woodward. 
He settled in the western part of Xew York state. 

Children, b. New York state: 

1 4 1 5 . I. Benjamin (Woodward), m. 

+ 1416. II. Lucy m. Capt. Asa Hosmer. 

783. William Phelps, b. New Marlboro, 
Mass., 23 Oct., 1777, m. 

Mr, Phelps removed with his father to Vernon, Oneida Co., 
N, Y., when about six years old. On marrying he settled in 
Spring Prairie, Wisconsin, where he died 1864. He was a 
farmer. 

Child, b. Spring Prairie, Wis.: 
14 1 7. LA daughter, b. Dec, 1805, m - William R. 

Stone, of Spring Prairie, Wis. 

790. John Phelps, b. Great Barriugton, Mass., 
2 Sept., 1780, m. 10 Feb., 1803, Abigail Beckwith, b. 19 July, 
1787, d. Albion, N. Y., 25 March, 1812. 



T<fo6 



Descendants of George Phelps. 



1 418. 
+ 1419. 

1420. 

142 1 . 



1422 
1423 
1424 

M2.5 
1426 
1427 



He 111. 2nd Betsey Fancher, 7 Oct., 181 2. She was b. 21 
Nov., 1781, d. Albion, X. Y., 5th March, 1840. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Albion. Orleans Co., N. Y. v 
where he d. 10 Now, 1866. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Albion, N. Y. 

I, Sophronia, b. 17 Sept., 1804. 
II. Jedediah, b. 12 April, 1807, in. Althea 
Spanlding. 

III. Truman Lyman, b. 5 Aug., 1809, d. 25 March, 
1 850. 

IV. Abigail, b. 29 Dec, 181 1. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Albion. N. Y.: 
V. Betsey, b. 1S13, d. 20 Sept., 1839. 
VI. John, b. 20 March, 1815, d. 8 March, 1S40. 

VII. Lucy, b. 27 Sept., 1817, d. 3 July, 1S42. 
VIII. Lucy, b. 12 Dec, 1S19, d. 31 July, 1838. 

IX. A son, b. 10 Jan., 1822, d. 6 July, 1822. 
X. Charles A., b, 6 Jan., 1S24. 

803. Aaron Phpclps, b. East Granby, Ct., 3. 
March, 1772, m. Elizabeth Bassett, b. 5 Sept., 1773, d. East 
Granby, 13 March, 1850. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in East Granby, where 
he d. 17 Jan., 1832. 

Children, b. East Granby, Ct : 

I. Horace, b. 25 April, 1797, 111. Sarah Lewis, 
II. Harvey, b. 10 June, 1798, m. Sarah McCoy. 

III. Ruth, 1). 19 Oct., 1800, m. Sterling. 

IV. Mary, b. 1 June, 1802, m. Hoskin, She d. 4 
Feb., [829. 

V. Sophia, b. 27 Sept., 1803, d. 12 Feb., 1S30. 

VI. William King, b. 6 May, 1805, d. num., Oct., 
[833. 

VII. Eliza, b. 28 Sept., 1807, d. unm., 14 April, 
1836. 

VIII. Eli, 1). 28 Feb., 1809, m, Settled in Lima, 
X. V,, where he d. Nov., 1873. 

IX. Francis Loomis, b. 24 May, 1811, 111. Jane M. 
(( Jriswold) Sperry. 



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1432. 




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+ 1437. X. Henry B., b. 24 Feb., 1813, m. Cecilia . 

+ 1438. XI. Emily B., b. 19 Dec., 1S14, m. Egbert Hodge. 

804. Benajah Phelps, b. East Granby, Ct., 8 
April, 1773, m. Sarah Newton, b. 1780, d. East Granby, Ct., 
30 Jan., 1867. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in East Granby, Ct., 
where he died 20 June, 1S14. 

Children, b. East Granby, Ct.: 

Almira, m. Oliver Treat. Settled in West- 
field, Mass., where Mrs. Treat died 1870. 
Cromwell, b. 1802, d. 10 Aug., 1817. 
Melissa, d. inini. 

Newton, b. 1806, m. Lucy Ann — — . 
Jane, b. 1808, m. — - Curtis. 
VI. John Benajah, b. 18 10, m. Jane Wright. 
VII. Richard Randolph, m. Jane - — . Settled in 
Sandisfield, Mass. 
VIII. Henry Cecil, m. Elizabeth  , 2nd Olive 



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1440 


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1 44 1 


III 


+ 1442 


IV 


+ 1443 


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+ 1444 


VI 


1445 


VII 



1446, 



— . Settled in California. 

Ruth Phelps, b. East Granbv, 



1859- 



80f>. Ruth Phelps, b. East Granby, Ct., 6 

Nov., 1780, m. 14 Dec, 1799, Capt. Joel Clark, son of Joel 

and Martha (Pinney) Clark. He was b. Windsor, Ct., 1776. 

Settled in East Granby, Ct., where he died 18 Sept, 

Capt. Clark's wife, Ruth, died 29 Dec, 1877. 

Children, b. East Granby, Ct,: 

I. Joel Bushrod (Clark), b. 4 Feb. : 
twice. 
II. Albert " b. 15 Nov. 

Esther J. Woodruff. 
III. Lydia C. (Clark), b. 2 July, 1812, 
Osbert Calkins. 



+ U47- 



1 So; 



111. 



+ 



144.S. 



1449- 



, 1806, 111. 
m. Daniel 



C783. 



808. Zaccheus Phelps, b. East Granby, Ct., 
m. Rebecca Race, 1802. She d. at Freedom, Portage 
Co., Ohio. Mr. Phelps was a fanner. After marrying he 
first settled in Egremont, Mass., where his children were 
born. Most of his family removed to the Black River District 
in New York, and from there to Ohio. He probably' died in. 
Egremont, Mass., 1813. 



/ /t>s Descendayits oj George Phelps. 

Children, b. Egremont, Mass.: 

1450. I. Seymour, b. Nov., [803. 

+ 145,1. II. Norman, b. 1804, m. — - Clark. 

+ 1452. III. Lewis, b. [805, 111. Fanny Robinson. 

1455. IV. Happy, m. Charles Bisseuger. 

1454. V. Harriett, 111. George Younglove. 

1455. VI. A child, d. young. 

+ 1456. VII. Isaac, b. 12 Sept., 1809, 111. Luciuda Sage. 
+ 1457. VIII. Abram, b. 27 Dec, 181 1, 111. Martha Moore. 
+ 1458. IX. Zacchens, b. 1^13. 

801). Deborah Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., bapt. 

3 Jan., 17SS, in. James Hoskins, b. East Windsor, Ct., 1796, 
where he settled, and died 23 May, 1831. 

She m. 2nd Rosvvell H. Phelps, as his 2nd wife. He was b. 
Granby, Ct.. 21 Aug., 178S, where he d. ro Nov., 1881. 

See page 014, No. 5673. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Granby, Ct.: 
+ [459. I. James Caspar (Hoskins), b. 18 12, m. Emeline 

Amanda Terry. 

1460. II. Alansou Chester (Hoskins), b. 1S14, d. 26 

Jan., 1821. 

812. Rev. Roger Adams, b. Canton, Ct., 
1 770, m. Ruth Hayes. 

Rev. Mr. Adams was a clergyman of more than ordinary 
ability. He was settled in Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children, b. Syracuse, N, Y. : 

1 46 1 . I. Krastus Homer (Adams). A clergyman. 

1462. II. James Watson (Adams). A clergyman and 

D. I). 

SIS. Cot. Thomas Woodbridgk Phelps, b 
Simsbury, Ct., b May, 1772, m. Liberty Everett. She d. 
West Simsbury, 13 Jan., 1796, in her 21st year. Col. Phelps 
111. 2nd, probably Pinuey. 

Col. Phelps was a saddler and harness-maker by trade, set- 
tling in West Simsbury, Ct. " Thomas W. Phelps sold to 
Amos Larkin " his land in Simsbury, Parish of West Sims- 
bury "on Galloping Plain," so called, and apparently with 



Sixth Generation. I 4°9 

his brother William Haynes and cousin Job Phelps, removed 
to Lenox, Madison Co., N. Y. , where he died. 

Children, b. Lenox, N. Y. : 

+ 1463. I. Peter Pinney, b. 25 Feb., 1813, m. Ann Eliza 

Whitney. 

1464. II. A daughter, m. Howell. 

1465. III. A daughter, m. Barker. 

819. Anson Greene Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct,, 24 March, 1781, m. 26 Oct., 1S06, Olivia Egleston, 
daughter of Elihu and Elizabeth (Olcott) Egleston. She was 
b. Middletowu, 30 March, 1784, d. New York City, 24 April, 
1859. Elihu 5 Egleston, was sou of Ebenezer 4 , of Ebenezer 3 , 
of Samuel 2 , a twin of Begat Egleston, from Exeter, England, 
to Dorchester, Mass., in 1630, an original member of Rev. 
Mr. Warham's Church. " He probably came over in the ship 
Mary and John. He m. Sarah Talcctt daughter of John Tal- 
cott. 

He was descended from the early Colonial Governors 
Thomas Dudley, John Haynes and George Wyllys and from 
Woodbridge, Lamb, Wolcott, Drake, and Griswold families, 

Anson G. Phelps's mother died when he was 12 years old, 
and it is said that he was brought up in the house of the min- 
ister of Simsbury. 13 Oct., 1799, Anson Greene Phelps made 
choice of Thomas Woodbridge Phelps as his guardian. On 
May 5, 1799, the two brothers Thomas Woodbridge and An- 
son Greene Phelps were admitted to the Church in South 
Canton, the Rev. Jeremiah Hallock being pastor. 

A few years after the three brothers, William, Thomas and 
Anson, and their cousin Job Phelps, left Simsbury, the first 
three settling West, while Anson G. Phelps settled in Hart- 
ford. 

After settling in Hartford his first successful mercantile 
operation was in manufacturing a large number of saddles and 
shipping them South. At this time horse-back riding was the 
general mode of travel there. This, his first enterprise, was 
a very successful and profitable one, He continued to be a 
successful manufacturer and merchant in Hartford and erected 

(11-37) 



ijro Descendants of George Phelps. 

a large brick building on North Mam street, known as 
" Phelps Block." 

In 1812 Mr. Phelps removed to New York City and was 
associated in business with Elisha Peck under the firm name 
of Phelps, Peck & Co. They dealt in metals, iron, brass, etc. 

Mr. Peck's father removed from Berlin, Ct., to Denox, 
Mass., late in the last century. The descendants of this 
family are now one of the first families of Pittsfield. 

They were successful and prosperous in their operations 
and accumulated a large fortune. This firm was dissolved 
about 1828, and Mr, Phelps organized the now well known 
house of 'Phelps, Dodge & Co.," composed of Anson G. 
Phelps, his son-in-law William Earl Dodge, and others of his 
relations. 

Mr. Phelps's mercantile life was one of great prosperity, 
while he and his partner Mr. Dodge were acknowledged in 
the great mercantile community of New York as the type of 
Christian merchants. 

Both were members of Dr. Spring's church, and the firm of 
'Phelps, Dodge & Co.," soon became everywhere identified 
with the interests of the Presbyterian church. Mr. Phelps's 
high standard of mercantile morality, his deep personal piety 
and decided interest in all good words and works, rendered 
him a tower of strength in the cause of Christ, and these 
qualities of head and heart, found their natural and joyous 
expression, in deeds of systematic benevolence, and in the 
promotion of philanthropic enterprises. 

The " American Bible Society," the "American Board of 
Commissioners for Foreign Missions," the "American Home 
Missionary Society," the "Colonization Society," the "Blind 
Asylum " of New York City, all received his support, and of 
all of which he at one time was president. Many other 
societies and charitable institutions were largely aided by him 
during his life, and many of them generously remembered in 
hi-- will. Among others his native town of Simsbury received 
$1000 for the poor. He may well be called the princely and 
philanthropic merchant of New York City, while the following 
memorial verses of Mrs. Sigourney thus fitly characterize the 
secret of Mr. Phelps's lite : 



Sixth Generation. ij.ii 

" The cares of commerce and the rush of wealth 

Swept not away his meekness, nor the time 

To cultivate all household charities ; 

Nor the answering, conscientious zeal 

To consecrate a portion of his gains 

To man's relief and the Redeemer's cause." 

The following clause of Mr. Phelps's will is characteristic 
of, and peculiarly illustrates the whole of his life. 

" I give and bequeath to each of my grand-children, living 
at my decease, the sum of $5,000, to be paid them as they 
severally attain the age of 21 years. This latter bequest I 
direct to be accompanied by my executors with this injunc- 
tion: — That each of my said grand-children shall consider the 
said bequest as a sacred deposit, committed to their trust, to 
be invested by each grand-child, and the income derived there- 
from to be devoted to spread the gospel, and to promote the 
Redeemer's kingdom on earth, hoping and trusting that the 
God of Heaven will give to each of that wisdom which is from 
above, and incline them to be faithful stewards, and transmit 
the same to their descendants, to be sacredly devoted to the 
same object. 

I know this bequest is absolute and places the amount so 
given beyond my control; but my earnest hope is that my wish 
may be regarded as I leave it, an obligation binding simply 
on their integrity and honor." 

Mr. Phelps died at his residence, formerly the Coster place 
on the East River, 50th Nov., 1853, in his 73rd year, and was 
buried in his family lot in Greenwood Cemetery. 

A sermon by the Rev. George L. Prentice was given at the 
Mercer Street Church, nth Dec, 1853, on account of the 
death of Mr. Anson G. Phelps. 

Children : 

+ 1466. I. Elizabeth W., b. Hartford. Ct., 22 Aug., 1807, 

m. Daniel James. 
+ 1467. II. Melissa, b. Hartford, Ct., 3 March, 1S09, m. 

Wm. E. Dodge. 
146S. III. Caroline Olivia, b. Hartford, Ct., 5 Jan., 1811, 

d. young. 



/^/2 Descendants of George Phelps. 

+ 1469. IV. Caroline, b. Hartford, Ct., 30 Nov., 1812, m. 

James Boulter Stokes. 
+ 1470. V. Harriett N., b. New York City, 24 Sept., 

1815, m. Charless F. Pond. 
1 47 1. VI. Anson Greene, b. New York City, 13 Oct., 

1S1S, m. Jane Gibson. 
+ 1472. VII. Olivia Egleston, b. New York City, 5 Jan., 

1 82 1, m. Benjamin B. Atterbury. 

1473. VIII. Pydia Ann, b. New York City, 5 March, 1823, 

d. young. 

S'24-. Zkkviah Graham, b. Canton, Ct., 1775, 
m. Amos Kdgerton, iS June, 1805, at Canton. He was son 
of Jonathan and Fredina (Buell) Fdgerton. 

Mr. Fdgerton settled in Canton, removing about 1812 to 
Cazenovia, N. Y., where he died, aged 70 years, and where 
his wife died 28 Feb., 1819. 

Children : 

1474. I. Freedom (Fdgerton), b. Canton, Ct., 11 July, 

[810. His son was Fx-U. S. Senator Sand- 
ers Fdgerton. 
IF Pauline (Fdgerton), b. Canton, Ct., 8 Jan., 

b. " " 6 March, 

b. Cazenovia, N. Y., 25 

b. " " 15 

b. " " 7 

Aug., 1 S 1 8 , m. Mary Wright. 

83(>. Job Phelps, b. Canton, Ct., 29 July, 1773, 

m. Charlotte . 

Mr. Phelps appears to have removed to Lenox, Madison 
Co., N. Y., witli his cousins William HaVnes and Thomas 
Woodbridgc Phelps, soon after 1800. 

Child, b, Canton, Ct.: 

1480. F A child, b. 3 March, 1794, d. in infancy. 



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1 809, 


1470. 


III. 


James 

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IV. 


Franklin 
April, 1 813 


1478. 


V. 


Volney 

June, 1815. 


+ 1479- 


VI. 


Sidney 



Sixth Generation. r 4 r 3 

850. Albert Phelps, b. Camden, Oneida Co., 
N. Y., 4 Feb., i8o3, m. 27 March, 184S, Martha DathropFish, 
daughter of Jesse and Mercy (Taft) Fish. She was b. Floyd, 
X. Y., 14 Dec, 1S20, d. Camden, 12 April, 1SS0, buried in 
Forest Park Cemetery. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Camden, N. Y., 
where he died 27 April, 1888. 

Children, b. Camden, N. Y.: 
+ 1481. I. Emma Stephens, b. 24 July, 1849, m. William 

James Frisbie. 
14S2. II. Benjamin Fish, b. 23 July, 1852, d. 1111111. 25 

June, 1SS2. 
+ 14S3. III. Charles Albert, b. 21 June, 1857, m. Harriett 

Electa Mattoon. 
+ 1484. IY. Albert Case, b. 2 June, 1S59, m. Ida May 
Penfield. 

Sol. Albro Phelps, 1). Camden, N. Y., 4 Feb., 
1808, m. 8 Sept., 1842, Mary Ann Matthews, b. 29 Aug,, 
1813, d. Camden, N. Y,, where he died 3 Oct., 1S53. 

Children, b. Camden, X. Y.: 

1485. I. Sarah, b. 3 Sept., 1843, d. unm, 14 July, 1S73, 

+ 14S6. IT. Theron, b. 27 Dec, 1845, m. Belle Wiles. 

+ 1487. III. Caroline Eliza, b. 14 Sept., 1S47, m. Eugene 

H. Conant. 
+ 1488. IY. Chauncey Matthews, b. 23 Feb., 1849, m. 

Celiuda F. Bryant. 
+ 1489. V. Mary, b. 18 May, 1851, m. John Murray 

Dexter. 
+ 1490. VI. Byron Albro, b. 21 Aug., 1854, m. Pauline 

M. Sloper. 

852. Ranney Phelps, b. Camden, N. Y., 11 
Sept., 181 1, m. Clarinda Malley, 13 Jan., 1839. She was b. 
2 Jan., 1802, d. Camden, 7 July, 1841. He m. 2nd Sophia 
Tuttle. 19 July, 1S42. She d. in Camden, 6 Dec, 1895, aged 
75 years. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Camden, N. Y., where he d. 4 Sept., 
1892. 

Child, by 1st wife, b. Camden, N. Y.: 



//// Descendants of George Phelps. 

+ 1491. I. Edward, b. 7 April, 1S40, m. twice. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Camden, X. Y. : 
+ 1492. II. Seth, b. 29 Oct., iS42, 111. Frances Shepard. 

+ 1493. III. Newton, b. 26 Feb., 1845, m. Finma Yager. 

1494. IV. Tracy, b. 7 Dec, 1847, d, num. 23 Oct., 1868. 

1495. Y. George, b. 9 July, 1852, m. Emma Stevenson, 

Nov. 21, 1S95. 

853- Pliny Phelps, b. Camden, N. Y.. 20 
Jan., 1816, m. 22 Nov., 1847, Nancy Robinson, who was 
living in 1897. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer in Camden, N. Y. 

Children, b. Camden, N. Y. : 
I. Byron, b. 4 Dec, 1S4S, m. Ellen Hendley. 
II. William, b. 19 April, 1850, m. Sarah Lamp- 

her. 
III. Delia, b. 17 May, 1S52, m. Chas. J. Paddock. 
IY. John, b. 8 Feb., 1855, d. 24 Sept., 1S57. 
Y. Sophia, b. 3 June, 1857, m. Miles L. Keeler. 
YI. Elsworth, b. 16 Jan., 1862, d. 5 Oct., 1864. 
VII. Jenny, b. 8 Oct., 1864, m. Elmer Yager of 
Camden, N. Y., 10 Jan., 1893, a farmer. 

856, Edwin Phelps, b. Camden, N. Y., 27 
May, 1829, m. 3 Aug., 1S52, Amanda Howell, b. 25 Sept., 
[833. Mr. Phelps settled in Baltimore, Md. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md.: 
[503. I. Sidney, b. 7 June, 1858, m. Carrie Sutorius, 

25 Dec, 18X2. 
1304. II. Curtis, 1). 19 Aug., i860, m. Robt. Shaw, 

Jan. 1, J.S84. 
: 1303, III. Walter J,, b. iS Nov., 1863, m. Louise 
Walker. 

869. Olivek Phelps, b. Paris, France, 13 
Maw 1796, m. Laura Chapin at Canandaigua, N. Y., Nov. 
21, 1821. She was daughter of Thaddeus and Elizabeth 
(Morse) Chapin, and was b. Canandaigua 18 June, 1799, where 
she was living in 1 891 ». 

Mr. Phelps was a lawyer in Canandaigua, where he died 13 
Aug., 1872. 



+ 


1496. 


+ 


1497- 


+ 


[498. 




1499. 


+ 


1500. 




1 501. 




[502. 



Sixth Generation. I 4 I 5 

Children, b. Canandaigua, N. Y. : 
-f- 1506. I. Jennette, b. 12 Sept., 1S22, m. Charles Dow 

Norton. 
+ 1507. II. Oliver, b. 11 Oct., 1824, m. Sarah Louise 

Porter. 
150S, III. James Hilhouse, d. 19 Sept., 1825, 

1509. IV. Walter Hubbell, b. 16 Sept., 1S35. 

15 10. V. Elizabeth Chapin, b. 22 March, 1837. 

15 1 1. VI. Julia Granger, b. 22 Nov., 1841, d. 2 March, 

18S1. 

870. Leicester Phelps, b. on passage from 
Paris, France, to New York City, Lat. 40 N. 70 W., 30 
July, 1797, m. 11 Jan., 1N23, Eveline Chapin, of Canandaigua, 
N. Y., daughter of Henry and Cynthia (Moseley) Chapin. 
She was b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 11 Sept., 1804, d. Westfield, 
Mass., 19 July, 1885. 

Mr. Phelps moved from Suffield, Ct., to Canandaigua, X. 
Y. , with his father, in 1808, where he settled and died 15 
June, 1S36. He was a merchant. 

Children, b. Canandaigua, N. Y. : 

+ 1512. I. Caroline Jackson, b. 19 May, 1824, m. Leon- 

ard YanDuker. 

1513. II. Leicester, b. 13 March, 1825, d. uum. 23Aug., 

1S62. 

1514. III. Seymour Henry, b. 19 Aug., 1829, d 1111m. 

15 July, 1852. 

1515. IV. Charles Sherman, b. 5 May. 1831. 

+ 1516. V. Eliza H., b. 15 April, 1833, m. Frederick 

Fowler. 
-f-1517. VI. George S., b, 7 Sept., 1S35, m. Harriett 

Knapp. 

871. Eliza Maria Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 11 
Nov., 179S, m. at Canandaigua, N. Y., 23 Nov., 1820, Walter 
Hubbell, son of Abijah and Clarissa (Fitch) Hubbell. He 
was b. Bridgeport, Ct., 25 Feb., 1795. Clarissa Fitch was 
great granddaughter of Gov. William Bradford of the May- 
flower. Mr. Hubbell was a lawyer in Canandaigua, N. Y., 
where he died 25 March, 1848, and where his wife died 20 
June, 1839. 



rj/6 Descendants of George Plielps. 

Children, b. Canandaigua, N. Y. : 
[518. I. George Ramsey (Hubbell), b. 12 Nov., 182 1, 

d. June 27, 1839. He was a sophomore in 
Yale. 
+ 1519. II. Walter Seymour (Hubbell), b. 18 July. 1823, 

m. Mary Seymour Chapiu. 
1520. III. Henry Phelps (Hubbell), b. 3 Nov., 1S27, d. 
New York city, Feb. 26, 1892, m. Oct. 20, 
1869, Elizabeth Seymour. No .issue. He 
was Lt. Col. 3rd N. Y. Inf., 1861-1S65. 

875. Skvmofr Law Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 
25 Aug., 1807, soon removing with his father to Canandaigua, 
N. Y., in. Mary Cullen, in Canandaigua, May, 1831. She 
was daughter of Myron and Mary (Doremus) Cullen. and was 
b. Patersou, N. J., 1S10. After Mr. Phelps's death she m, 
2nd George Ward. She died Dansville, Erie Co., N. Y., 7 
Feb., 1870. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Fester and Cullenville, N. Y. He 
died 4 April, 1848. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Lester, N. Y. : 
+ 1521. I. Eliza Hubbell, b. 24 Dec, 1833, m. Edward 

R. Ham malt. 
1522. II. William Henry, b. 15 June. 1S32, m. Set- 

tled in Jacksonville, Florida. 

894. Wixthrop Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 
bapt. 18 Jan., 17S2, m. 24 Dec, 1803, Betsy Burgess, b. 27 
Dec, 1784, d. Chatham, N. Y., 26 Oct., 1S26. 

He m. 2nd Elizabeth Schermerhorn, 2 Jan., 1828. She 

was probably Widow Schermerhorn and daughter of Yan 

Alen. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Chatham, Columbia County, 
X. V., where he died [867. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Chatham, N. Y.: 



1524 
1525 
1526 

1527 



I. Oris, 1>. 25 Jan., 1S06. 

II. Louisa, b. 30 May, 1809. 
III. Joanna, b. 22 March, 181 1. 
I\'. William, b. 28 April, 18 13. 

V. Louisa, b. 13 May, 1815, d. 14 Nov., 1822. 



Sixth Generation. I 4- I T 

1528. VI. Sarah, b. 3 Nov., 1818, d. unm. 1S50. 

1529. VII. Winthrop, b, 19 June, 1820, d. unm. 1854. 

1530. VIII. Israel H., b. 10 April, 1822. 

1 53 1. IX. Ebenezer, b. 16 June, 1824, m. Helen Van 

Alen, 2nd Elizabeth Reynolds. 

1532. X. A child, b. 23 July, 1826, d. 29 Aug., 1826. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Chatham, N. Y.: 

1533. XI. Winthrop, b. 4 Aug., 1829, d. unm. 1S58. 

1534. XII. Elizabeth, b. 4 Aug., 1829, d. unm. 1S58. 

1535. XIII. Lovisa, b. 9 June, 1S31. 

895. William Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 7 
Aug., 1785, m. 2S April, 1813, Chloe Reed May, daughter of 
Charles and Chloe (Reed) May. She was b. East Windsor, 
Ct., 15 Nov., 1789, bapt. 31 May, 1795. She died in winter 
of ig68, in Albany, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Pittsfield, Mass. Soon after the birth 
of his first child he removed to Albany, N. Y., where he died 
2 Oct., 1858. 

Children, b. Albany, N. Y., except first : 

1536. I. Erasmus Addison, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 28 

June, 1815, d. unm. 
+ 1537. II. Winthrop Henry, b. 1 March, 1818, in. Mrs. 

L,ucy F. Benjamin. 
+ 1538. III. Charlotte Reed, b. 15 Nov., 1821, m. Martin 

Henry Van Hoeverberg. 
+ 1539. IV. Martha Atwood, b. 22 Dec, 1824, m. William 

H. Simpson. 

898. Austin Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 28 
Dec, 1 79 1 , m. 4 Jan., 1821, Sarah Burgess, b. Oct., 1789. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He removed with his father to 
Pittsfield, Mass., and from there in 1807, to Leroy, Seneca 
Co., N. Y., where he died after i860. 

Children, b. Eeroy, N. Y. : 

1540. I. Sarah, b. 9 Nov., 1832. 

1541. II. Israel, b. 27 Jan., 1826. 

1542. III. Louisa, b. 26 April, 1828. 

899. Sei.ixa Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 23 
Nov., 1793, m. Samuel Griswold Dorr, son of Judge Matthew 



i fiS Descendants of George Phelps. 

and Diana (Mudge) Dorr. He was b. Chatham, N. Y., 1794, 
settled in Dansville, Livingston County, N. Y. 

Children, b. Dansville, X. Y.: 

1543. I. Lovisa (Dorr), b. 20 Dec, 1825, m. Zerah 

Hurd Blake. 

1544. II. Samuel H. (Dorr). Res. 1896, 300 Jefferson 

Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

901. Israel Phelps, b. Chatham, N. Y., 11 
Nov., 1800, m. at LeRoy, N. Y,, 27 Sept., 1831, Eliza Maria 
Yan Allen, daughter of Israel and Catharine (McCabe) Yan 
Allen. She was b. Kinderhook, 7 May, 1809, d. LeRoy, N. 
Y., 12 Dec., 18S5. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in LeRoy, Genesee Co., N. Y., 
where he died. 

Children, b. LeRoy, X. Y., except the 5th. 

1545. I, Laura Ann, b. 28 July, 1833, d. num. at Le- 

Roy, X. Y., 27 Aug., 1854. 

1546. II. Isaac Yan Allen, b. 5 July, 1S34, num. 

1547. III. Margaret Eliza, b. 28 March, 1836, d. 24 Aug., 

1854- 

1548. IY. Israel Freeman, b. 11 Oct., 1837, m. 1890, 

Mary Phelps. Res. Rochester, X. Y. Xo 

issue. 
+ 1549. V. William Cornelius, b. Atlantic, X. Y., 31 

Aug., 1844, m. Mary H. Anderson. 
+ 1550. VI, Sarah Catharine, b. LeRoy, X. Y., 22 Nov., 

1S4G, m. Eldridge Austin. 

905. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Simsburv, Ct., 
1799, m. Julius Case, b. Simsburv, where he settled and died. 

Children, b. Simsburv, Ct.: 

1551. I. Julius (Case), in. - — Crosby, a merchant in 

Hartford, Conn. 

1552. II. A daughter (Case). 

1553. III. A daughter " 

'.>()(>. Jane Phelps, b. Simsburv, Ct., 1800, 111. 
Rev. George R . Martin, a Baptist clergyman. 

Children: 



Sixth Generation. 14. 19 

1554. I. Son (Martin). 

1555. II, A daughter (Martin). 

908. Emma Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., about 
1806, m. Andrew Jackson. 

He settled first in Hartford and later in Illinois. A mer- 
chant in Hartford. 

Child, b. Hartford, Ct.: 

1556. I. Julius (Jackson), b. about 1S24, m. He was 

a merchant in Hartford. 
Probably others. 

914- . Leicester Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., iS 
Nov., 1S00, m. at Elba, N. Y., 30 Dec, 1827, Maria Lund, 
daughter of Jesse and Sarah Lund. She was b. Dorset, Ben- 
nington, Co., Vt., d. Liudenville, X. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Liudenville, N. Y,, soon removing to 
Elba, Genesse County, N. Y., thence to Byron. He died 
Liudenville, N. Y. , 14 May, 1S70. 

Children, b, Elba. N. Y., except last : 

1557. I, Owen Dwight, b. 5 Oct., 182S, m. Louisa 

Gray. Settled in Liudenville, N. Y. 
+ 1558. II. Virgil Pettibone, b. 2 June, 1833, m. Ethel- 

inda Gould. 

1559. III. Leicester, b. 27 Dec, 1841, d. unm. 24 Oct., 

iSQ3- 

1560. IV. Martha Maria, b. Byron, N. Y. , 30 Nov., 

1843, d. iS Dec, 1 843. 

917. Truman Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 31 
July, 181 2, m. Sarah Morgan, b. Hadley, Mass. 
Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Hadley, Mass. 

Child, b. Hadley, Mass.: 

1561. I. Helen Maria, b. Aug., 1845, d. 1846. 

919. Caroline Louisa Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 16 Nov., 1825, m. Henry Higley, b. South Canaan. 

Children, b. South Canaan, Ct.: 

1562. I. Eugene (Higley). 

1563. II. Irving u 

Probably others. 



ij2o Descendants of George Phelps. 

921.. Dorinda Phelps, b. Canandaigua, N.. 

Y. , about 1802, 111. DeForest. 

Mr. DeForest settled near Galena, 111. He was a' farmer. 
His wife died in Galena. 

Children, b. Galena, 111.: 

1564. I. George (DeForest). 

1565. II. Catharine 

922. Ursula Phelps, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 
about 1804, m. William Poor. 

Mr. Poor settled in Canandaigua, where he and his wife 
died same year. 

Children, b. Canandaigua, N. Y. : 

1566. I. William (Poor). 

1567. II. Catharine " 

925 Noah Phelps, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 
27 Aug., 1S10, m. Amelia Eloisa Esther Spooner, at Phelps, 
N. Y., 27 Oct., 1846. She was daughter of Fliakim and 
Amelia (Gilsou) Spooner, and was b. Hartland, Ct., 18 Sept., 
18 1 2, d. Phelps, N. Y., 8 Aug., 1869. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Phelps, N. Y. , wliere he died 28 Aug., 
1862. He was an editor and publisher. 

Children, b. Phelps, N. Y.: 
+ 1568. I. Ellen Amelia, b. 20 May, 1848. m. William 

McGill Dasher. 

1569. II. Harriett Eliza, b. 24 Dec., 1849, d. Phelps, 

N. Y., 19 March, 1865. 

1570. Ill, Jonathan, b. 24 Feb., 1852, settled in Detroit, 

Mich. Editor of the Detroit Times. 

929. Henry Phelps, b. Farmington, Ct., 16 
Sept., 1800, m. W) Sept., 1 S29, Louisa Cowles Lewis, daugh- 
ter of Luke and Mary Hart (Root) Lewis. She was b. Litch- 
field, Ct., Nov. 7, 1802, where she died 22 Nov., 1889. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Litchfield, where he was a merchant. 
He died there zi Now, [868. When married he was 'of 

Albany." 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 

1 57 1. I. Mary, b. 10 Dec, 1836. 

1572. II. A son. 



Si.vf/i Generation . ij.21 

1573. III. A son. 

930. Emeline Phelps, b. Farmington, Ct., 6 
July, 1802, m. 26 Dec, 1833, Timothy Porter, son of Selah 
and Susannah (Cadwell) Porter. He was b. Farmington, 
Ct., 20 Sept., 1802, where he settled. After 184 1 he removed 
to Hartford, where he died 1 March, 1876. He was United 
States Assessor for many years in his district. His wife died 
in Hartford. 

Children, b. Farmington, Ct.: 

1574. I. Susan C. (Porter), b. 1 May, 1836, d. May, 

1836. 

1575. II. An infant b. 1 Oct., 1838, d. in in- 

fancy. 

1576. III. Harriett Emeline (Porter), b. 25 Oct., 1S40. 

933. Charlotte Phelps, b. Farmington, Ct., 
10 April, 1809, m. George Deming Cowles, 29 Sept., 1S31. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Farmington and was a druggist, and 
for many years postmaster of that town. He died there 18 
March, 1872. His widow died there 27 Jan., 1S74. 
Children, b. Farmington, Ct.: 

+ 1577. I. Robert Henry (Cowles), b. 7 Feb., 1S33, m. 

Hannah A. Beadle, 
157S. II. Louisa (Cowles), b. 18 Dec, 184 1. Unmar- 

ried. There were five other children who 
died in infancy. 

944. Lura Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct., March 
27, 1796, d. July 25, 1870, m. as 2nd wife. June 16, 1830, 
James Lewis, b. Farmington, Ct., May 5, 17S7, d. Feb. 3, 
1879, son of Elijah and Martha (Thomson) Lewis. 

Mr. Lewis was a merchant in Granby, Ct., but died at the 
old Lewis place in Farmington, Ct. He m. 1st, Feb. 19, 1809, 
Minerva Hillyer, by whom he had four children, Phiueas 
Erskiue, Elijah Leonidas, Washington Decatur, and William 
James Henry. 

Child, b. Farmington, Ct.: 

1579. I. Lura Minerva (Lewis), b. June 16, 1830. 

951. Julia Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct., Oct. 8, 
181 1, m. May 19, 1842, Jarvis Humphrey, b. Simsbury, Ct., 



T/f.22 Descendants of George Phelps. 

April i, 1S07, son of Dudley and Phebe (Case) Humphrey. 
In 1852 they removed to Portage Centre, Ohio, where Mr. 
Humphrey was a farmer and an influential citizen. In Nov.. 
[870, they removed to Findlay, Ohio. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct., except the last: 
[580. I. Chauncey Daniel (Humphrey), b. March 13, 

1843. A farmer and surveyor in Findlay, 
Was 1111111. in 1883. 

1581. II. Marion Catharine (Humphrey), b. Sept. 23, 

1844, at Findlay, m. June 6, 187S, Cyrus 
Loomis Barber. Xo issue. Res. Harwin- 
tou, Ct. 

[582. Ill, Flleu Aurelia (Humphrey), b. April 10, 1846, . 
m. Benjamin O. Robinson. Res. Leipsic, 
Ohio. 
[583. LV. Caroline Justine (Humphrey), b. April 16, 

1848, m. John H. King. Has five children. 
Res. Findlay, Ohio. 
[584. V. Jarvis Scott (Humphrey), b. Aug, 6, 1850, m. 

Fannie F. Coffroth. Res. Findley, Ohio. 
1565. VI. Mary Barber (Humphrey), b. Feb. 12, 1S53. 
Res. Findlay, Ohio, mini, 1883. 
972. Melissa Hoskins, b. South Canaan, Ct., 
28 June, 1806, m. Oramel K. Brinton, in South Canaan, 
where he settled and died. 

Children, b. South Canaan, Ct.: 

1586. I. Julia (Brinton), b. 11 March, 1838, m. Miles 

W. Minor. Settled in Winsted, Ct. 

1587. II. Frederick (Brinton), b. 8 July, 1840. 

1)7 7. Edward Hayes, b. Washington, Pa., 9 
Aug., 1815, m. Rhoda Kendall, 5 Aug., 1839. 

Mr. Hayes settled in Washington, Pa., soon removing to 
Wheeling, \'a. 

Children, b, Wheeling, Ya.: 

+ 1588. I. Josephine (Hayes), b. Oct. 3, 1842, m. Samuel 

T. Matthews. 
+ 1589. II. Marion (Hayes), b. Jan. 17, 1845,^ 

m. John H. Ewing. -Twins. 

1590. III. Martin (Hayes), b. Jan. 17, 1845. ) 



Sixth Generation. J 4 2 3 

+ 1591. IV. Edward K. (Hayes), b. May 5, 1848, m. Alice 
L. Hurd. 

1)78. Frederick Hayes, b. Washington, Pa., 
25 Dec., 1817, in. Mary E. Rideton, 5' June, 1855. 
Mr. Hayes settled in Wheeling, Ya. 

Children, b. Wheeling. Ya.: 

1592. I. Maggie (Hayes), b. 12 April, 1856, d. 1 July,. 

1S60. 

1593. II. Henry B. " b. 13 June, 1859. 

1594. III. George F. " b. 4 Aug., 1S62. 

1595. VI. Frederick M. (Hayes), b. 27 July, 1S65. 

979. Charles Hayes, h. Washington, Pa., 23 
March. 1S20, in. Sophia B. Koouby, 2 Sept., 1846. She d. 15 
Oct., 1854. He in. 2nd Margaret Fleming, 9 June, 1857. 

Mr. Hayes was a fanner in Washington, Pa. 

Child, by 1st wife, b. Washington, Pa.: 
'1596. I. Sarah (Hayes), b. 11 March, 1848. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. Washington, Pa. 
1597. II. William A. (Hayes), b. 10 May. 1858, d. 10 

March, 1859, 
159S. III. Mary Margaret (Hayes), b. 23 March, i860. 

1599. IV. John M. (Hayes), b. 11 May, 1862. 

1600. V. J. Brady " b. 22 May, 1864. 

1601. VI. Bessie b. 4 April, [866. 

1602. VII. Charles " b. 2 1 Aug., 187 1. 

980. Morgan Hayes, b. Washington, Pa., 23 
March, 1S20, m. Sarah J. Wilson, 23 Dec, 1845. 

Mr. Hayes settled in Washington, Pa. 

Children, b. Washington, Pa.: 

1603. I. William A. (Hayes), b. 20 Nov., 1846, m. 

Flora Erich. 

1604. II. Mary Margaret " b. 15 Oct., 1849, d. mini. 

20 Oct., 1752. 

1605. III. John M. " b. 21 Feb., 1853, d. 1 Oct., 

1853. 

1606. IV. J.Brady " b. 12 March, 1855, d. S 

Feb., 1S56. 



[J.2J. Descendants of George Phelps. 

1607. V. Charles M. (Hayes), b. 30 May, 1857. / T . 

1608. VI. Jenny E. " b. 3oMay, 1857. [ iWlus - 

1609. VII. Frank Higley li 1>. 27 Aug., 1861. 
[610. VIII. Lottie S. " b. 2 Jan., 1867. 

161 1. IX. Morgan D. " b. 24 Jan,, 1872. 

1)8*2. Margaret Hayes, b. Washington, Pa., 
15 May, [829, m. Alexander McKinley, 27 April, 1S52. He 
settled in Washington, Pa. 

Children, b. Washington, Pa.: 

1612. I. Florence (McKinley), b. 28 June, 1853. 

b. 28 June, 1855. 
b. 5 Aug., 1857. 
b. 26 April, i860, 
b. 15 Nov., 1S62, d. 31 

b. 6 Aug., 1865, d. 19 

b. 22 Jan., 1S6S, d. 4 

b. 27 May, 187 1. 

983, Elizabeth Higlp:v, b. South Canaan, 
Ct., 14 Dec, 1822, in. 22 May, 1848, Charles B. Maltbie, M. 
1)., of Norfolk, Ct. 

vSettled in Falls Village, Ct. 

Children, b. Falls Village, Ct.: 
[620. I. Seraph Elizabeth (Maltbie), b. iS March, 

1852, m. Lee P. Dean. 
+ 1621. II. Mary Alice (Maltbie), b. 7 Oct., 1854, in. 

Willard L. Brown. 

1622. III. Charles Higley (Maltbie), b. 22 Sept., 1858, 

d. 4 Jan., 1878, unin. 

1623. VI. Carrie Belle (Maltbie), b. 27 Jan., 1867. 

984. Mary Higley, b. South Canaan, Ct., 
July 20, 1825, 111. May 26, 1S47, Chester Holcomb, of Canaan, 
Ct. Res. South Canaan, Ct. 

Child : 
I. Margaret Higley (Holcomb), b. March 23, 
111. 1877, Buritt Yale, of Cornwall, Ct. 



1613. 


II. 


Thomas E. 


1614. 


III. 


Lucy W. 


1615. 


IV. 


Frank D. 


[616. 


V. 


Alice 
Dec, 1S65. 


1 017. 


VI. 


Ella W. 
Sept.. 1 87 1. 


IMS. 


VII. 


Alexander 
Sept., 1 87 1. 


1 6 1 9. 


VIII. 


Samuel 



Sixth GeJiera Hon . 



H 2 5 



985c. Simeon Moore, b. Winchester, Ct., 
June 8, 1791, d. August 2, 1S53, m. at Bleudon, Ohio, Feb. 3, 
181 2, Laura Meacham, b. Springfield, Mass., March 10, 1792, 
d. April 14, 1829. She was a descendant of William Phelps, 
through her mother Roxana Phelps. See No. 1058, page 192, 
also " additions and corrections." Mr. Moore m. 2nd June 24, 
1832, Laura Patterson. 

Mr. Moore came to Ohio in 1807, and was a farmer in Blen- 
don, Ohio. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Blendou, Ohio : 
I. Emeritt (Moore), b. Nov. 30, 1S12. 
II. Virgil Douglass (Moore), b. Dec. 3, 1S14, m. 

Hannah M. Hough. 
III. Horace (Moore), b. March 25, 1816, d. Miss., 

1S43. 
VI. Harriett (Moore), b. Feb. 25, 1817, m. Dorus 

Rugg. 
V. Alfred (Moore), b. Dec. 2S, 1819 in. Sophia 

Seaman. 
VI. Simeon (Moore), b.. Marcli23, 1823, ) 
m. four times. 
VII. Roxana (Moore), b. March 23,1823, 
m. Dr. Helmick, of South Bloom- 
field, Ohio. 
VIII. Laura Ann (Moore), b. Oct. 1, 1825, m. 

George W. Williams. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Blendou, Ohio : 
IX. Cordelia (Moore), b. Jan. 11, 1834,111. Joseph 
Clark. 
X. Wallace Hetman (Moore), b. Feb. 4, 1841. 

985h. Benjamin Moore, b. Gahanua, Ohio, 
July 11, 1807, d. Blendou, Ohio, March 24, 1854, m. at Blen- 
dou, Ohio, Feb. 18, 1830, Hannah E. Wightman, b. South- 
ingtou, Ct., Jan. 21, 1812, d. May 22, 1847, daughter of Jon- 
athan Stoddard and Hannah (Williams, who m. 1st Dr, John 
Hart) Wightman. 

Mr. Moore was the first white child born in Blendou town- 
ship, Franklin County, Ohio, in the first cabin, built by Ed- 
ward Phelps, whose wife Azubah was his aunt. This cabin 

(11-38) 



1624 

+ 1625 

1626 

+ 1627 

+ 1628 

+ 1629 
1630 

+ 163 1 



+ 1632. 
1632a. 



Twins. 



if 26 Descendants of George Phelps. 

was nine miles north of Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Moore was a 
fanner 011 Big Walnut Creek, Blendon, Ohio. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio : 

1633. I. KlbridgeS. (Moore), b. Oct. 28, 1830, d. 1862. 
1633a. II. Hannah W. b. Feb. 6, 1S33, m. - 

Clark. 
+ 1633b. III. George Alvin (Moore), b. Aug. 19, 1835, m. 
Sophronia Shull. 

1634. I\". Preston A. (Moore), b. May 15, 1S37, ni. 

March 28, 1S59, Elizabeth Richards. 
+ 1634a. V. Amanda M. (Moore), b. Jan. 3, 1S40, m. 

John H. Martin. 
+ 1634b. VI. Mary A. (Moore), b. May 26, 1842, m. Dem- 

111011 P. Cooke. 
1634c. VII. Homer Alonzo (Moore), b. 1847, d. same 

year. 



i6 3 6. 


II. 


1637- 


III. 


+ 1638. 


IV 


1639. 


Y 


1640. 


VI 


+ 1 64 1. 


VII 


1642. 


VIII 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

988. Benajah Phelps, b. Otis, Mass., m. 
Hannah Thomas. She died and he m. 2nd, pub. Otis, June 
18, 1820, Sally Saxton, of Southwick, Mass., b. March 11, 
17S8, d. Becket, Mass., Eeb. 26, i860, daughter of Stephen 
and Mercy Saxton. Res. Otis, Mass. 

Children by 1st wife : 
1635. I. Orena Piletus, in. Lester Pease, of Suffield. 

Ct. 

Harriet, m. Twining. 

Eliza, m. Rufus Harrington. 

Sterling, b. Aug. 21, 1809, 111. Ruth Smith. 

Thomas, d. aged 16 years. 

Son, d. in infancy. 

Children by 2nd wife: 

Timothy W., in. Eliza Gilmore. 
Anson, d. m. Otis, Oct. 6, 1864, Mary Ann 
Hunt, of Otis. 

989. Isaac Stevens Phelps, b. Otis, Mass., 
about 1790, m. Sarah Thomas, b. Becket, Mass., d. Otis, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Otis, was a member of the church 
there in 1S24, and later went to Saudisfield, again returning 
to Otis. He was a farmer. Later in life he was known as 
Stevens Phelps. 

Children, b. Otis, Mass.: 

+ 1643. I. Orin, b. 28 May, 1811, m. Mary Elizabeth 

Butler. 
+ 1644. II. Orpha, 111. Elias Phelps. 

1645. HI- Lura, m. Thomas Seeley. 

1646. IV. Milo J., b. March 13, 1819, m. twice. He d. 

Otis, Dec. 7, 1892, aged 73 years, S months 
and 24 days. 

1647. Y. Maria, m. Parker, of Otis, Mass. 
164S. AT. Oliver, unmarried. 

1649. VII. Sarah, m, Frank Statson. 

1650. VIII. Hannah, m. Martin S. Phelps, of Blandford, 

pub. Oct. 20, 1S58. 



i /_■ .v / >est endants of George Phelps. 

1651. IX. John, (1. num. in War of Rebellion. 
-F 1652. X. Thomas, b. 8 July, 1829, m. Martha A. Kilman. 

994. Fanny Phelps, b. Becket, Mass., about 
17SS, m. Moses Noble as his 3rd wife. 

His two first wives were sisters. Each had one child Seth 
and Aaron Noble, they married sisters Polly and Fanny Jndd. 

Mr. Xoble was sou of Caleb and Mercy (Kellogg) Noble, and 
was b. Westfield, Mass., 18 Aug., 1774. He settled in West- 
field, Mass., where all his children by 3rd wife were born, and 
where he d. April, 1862, aged SS years. His widow m. and 
d. Eureka, Wis., 2^ Jan., 1S73, aged 85 years. Mr. Noble's 
grandfather was Thomas, b. Westfield, 10 April, 1698, son of 
Dea. Thomas Xoble, of Westfield, Mass., one of its first settlers. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 
1653. I. Phebe ( Xoble). d.un 111., Marshall, Oneida Co., 

N. Y. 
+ 1654. II. Edward, " b. 3 April, 1S23, m. Flavia 

Bostwick. 
+ 1655. III. Richard " b. 5 June, 1825,111. 

+ 1656. IV. Isaac O., b. 2 April, 1818, m. Mariette Cum- 
in ings. 

1004- . Orange Phelps, b. Milton, Vt., 1 
May, 1793, m. 24 June, 1818, Sarah Minor, b. 26 Dec, 1796, 
d. Milton, Vt., 27 Jan., 1873. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Milton, Vt., where he died. 

Children, b. Milton, Vt.: 
1657. I. Orange P., b. 13 Sept., 1S19, d. 12 May, 1827. 

+ 1658. II. Noah, b. 15 March. 1821, m. Jane S. Carr. 

1659. III. Julia, b. 21 March, 1823. 
+ 1660. IV. Heman Allen, b. 24 Oct., 1824, m. Nancy 

Newell. 

1661. V. Stephen, b. 10 March, 1S26, d. 14 July, 1S27. 

1662. VI. Charles, b. 18 Aug., 1827. 

1663. VII. Sarah M., b. 15 Sept., 1829. 

1664. VIII. George, b. 8 !Nov., [831. 

1665. IX. Jane, b. 14 Aug., [833, d. 25 Dec, 1866. 

1666. X. Delia, b. 3 Sept., [835. 
[667. XI. Eveline, b. [3 April, [838. 



Seventh Generation. f 4 2 9 

1006. Hknrv Phelps, b. Otis, Mass., 5 May, 
182 1, in. 2S Oct., 1845, Susan Elizabeth Smith, daughter of 
Timothy and Amanda (DeWolf) Smith, and b. Vernon, N. 
Y., 28 Oct., 1824. d. Chicago, 111., 7 March, 1895. She was 
divorced from her husband previous to 1S72. He m. 2nd 
in Iowa City, Iowa, 29 May, 1872, Carrie Celinda Crapo, 
daughter of Arza and Caroline Phebe (Harrington) Crapo. 
She was b. Pinckney, Jefferson Co., N. Y. , 8 May, 1853. 

Mr. Phelps settled for a few years in New York state, soon 
removing to Wellington, Ohio, and thence to Scranton, 
Greene Co., Iowa. He is a grain, lumber and hardware 
dealer (1S97). 

Children by 1st wife, b. Wellington, Ohio : 
+ 166S. I. William Henry, b. 26 May, 1847, 111. Mary 

Cecelia Shepard. 
+ 1669. II. Edward Preston, b. 12 June. 1849, m. Lily 

Riuinger. 
1670. III. Adelaide Elizabeth, b. 21 May, 1851, m. L,. 
A. Mallory. Res. 11 17 Washington Boule- 
vard, Chicago, 111. 
+ 1671. IV. Arabella Susan, b. 4 Feb., 1854, m. William 

Lewis May. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. Columbus, Iowa : 

+ 1672. V. Everett Livingston, b. 15 April, 1873, 111. 

Alberta Taylor. 

100N. Susan Cecilia Phelps, b. Otis, Mass., 
10 July, 1825, m. James Lloyd Shepard, 16 June, 1848, in 
Otis. He was son of Linus and Julia Ann (Lloyd) Shepard, 
and was b. Blaudford, 2 Nov., 18 19. A farmer. Resided 
first in Blaudford, thence removed to Westfield, where he 
died 15 July, 1S96, and where his wife died 1 March, 1S75. 

Children, b. Blaudford, Mass., except two last : 

1673. I. Mary Cecilia (Shepard), b. 19 Oct., 1S49, m. 

Wm. H. Phelps. See No. 1668. 

1674. II. William Linus (Shepard), b. 19 March, 1850, 

d. 9 Oct., 1S50. 
+ 1675. III. Alice Susan b. 23 Aug., 1852, 

111. Edward Dennis Smith. 



/;,-,. Descendants of George Phelps. 

76. [V. Lilly (Shepard), b. 25 Jan., 1854, num., prin- 
cipal of training school, Nashua, N. H. 
[677. V. Joice Minnie (Shepard), b. Westfield, Mass., 

17 Oct., 1 S 5 7 . d. 9 Nov.. 1859. 
+ 167S. VI. Carrie Bell (Shepard), b. Westfield, Mass., 26 
June, 1865, 111. W. Walter Gowing. 

1009. Julia Ann Phelps, b. Otis, Mass., 26 
Dec, isj.s. m. 27 Nov., 1856, William Franklin Peckham, 
son of Abel and Rebecca (Holley) Peckham. He was b. 
Charlestown, R. I., 15 Dec, 1831. He is a farmer and has 
resided in Otis, Mass., and Bloomfield and Suffield, Ct. 

Children, b. Bloomfield, Ct., except last two: 
167 - I. Carrie Susan (Peckham), b. 15 May, 1859, d. 

26 Sept. 1859. 

1680. II. Celia Rebecca " b. 4 July, i86i,d. 

17 Feb., 1S63. 

168 1. III. Annie Frances " b. Suffield, Ct., 2 

July, 1865, d. 15 June, 1875. 

1682. IV. George Abel, b. Suffield, Ct., 1 July, 1869. 

Res. Suffield, Ct., limn. 

1010. Hkxrip:tta Emily Phklps, b. Otis, 
Mass., 11 May, 1835, m. 24 March, 1868, at Southwick, 
Henry I lowland. He was son of Dr. Thomas and Luciuda 
(Allen) Howland, and was b. Westfield, Mass., 12 Nov., 1826. 
Settled in Westfield, Mass. He is a druggist. (Otis records 
call her Harriet in record of birth.) 

Child, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

1683. I. James M. (Howland), b. 27 Dec, 1868. 

1011. William Wallace Phklps, b. Otis, 
Mass., 2d April, [839, m. at Southwick, 1 Oct., 1868, Jane E. 
Boyd. She was daughter of John and Emily (Stevens) Boyd 
and was b. Southwick, 7 Now, 1842, where she d. 24 Jan., 1895. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Otis, thence removing to South- 
wick, Ma>>. He is a live stock dealer. 

Children, b. .Southwick, Mass.: 

1684. I. Mary Boyd, b. 20 June, [869, m. Calvin 

Everett, Williamstown, Mass. 3 children. 



Seventh Generation. I 43 I 

1685. II. Frances Jane, b. 21 Oct., 1870, m. John 

Struthers, Southwick, Mass. No issue. 
16S6. III. George William, b. 6 Feb., 1872, num. 

1687. IV. Charles Henry, b. 11 Feb., 1873, num. 

1013. Josephine Amelia Phelps, b. Otis, 
Mass., 22 July, 1843, m. in Southwick, 8 Oct., 1S67, Henry 
H. Saunders. He was son of William and Mary (Bennett) 
Saunders, and was b. Southwick, Mass., 7 Dec, 1841. He 
first settled in Southwick, thence removing to Wellington, 
Ohio, and now resides in Westfield, Mass. (1898.) 

He is a farmer. He served in the War of the Rebellion in 
Co. G., 34 Mass. Infantry, enlisting 15 July, 1862, at South- 
wick, discharged Richmond, Va., 16 June, 1865. 

Children : 

1688. I. Albert Edward (Saunders), b. Southwick, 

Mass., 9 Sept., 1S6S. Bookkeeper N. Y. & 
N. H. R. R. 

1689. II. Susan May (Saunders), b. Southwick, Mass., 

12 April, 1S70, d. 6 Oct., 1S70. 

1690. III. Frederick Henry (Saunders), b. Southwick, 

Mass., 30 Aug., 1871, m. Res. Lee, Mass. 

1691. IV. Cecilia Noble (Saunders), b. Southwick, Mass., 

^3 Jan., 1875. 

1692. V. Josephine Henrietta" b. Southwick. Mass., 

9 Feb., 1S77, d. Dec, 1896. 

1693. VI. George Phelps (Saunders), b. Westfield, Mass., 

14 Oct., 1S79, d 6 Feb., 1S80. 

1694. VII. Anna Frances (Saunders), b. Westfield, Mass., 

17 May, 1 88 1. 

1695. VIII. Charles Phelps " b. Wellington, O., 

1 Dec, 1883. 

1696. IX. Edward Otis ' " b, Wellington, O., 

8 April, 1887, d. 8 Aug., 1887. 

1697. X. Eunice Amelia (Saunders), b. Wellington, O,, 

8 April, 18-S7, d. 26 Aug., 1887. 

KH5. LrcKKTiA Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
Nov. 2, 17S8, d. Dec 15, 1869, m. Feb. 1, 1810, Caleb 
Dewey, b. Westfield Mass., Nov. 6, 1779, d. July 12, 1825, 
son of Joseph and Ruth (Phelps) Dewey. No. 241. 



/ / ;_> I >, v enda n Is of George Phelps. 

Mr. Dewey was a farmer in the- Fox district in Westfield, 
Mass. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 
i6g I. James M. (Dewey), b. 1811. in. Jemima Eas- 

ton, m. 2nd Mary (). Burton. 
[6g II. Harlow (Dewey), b. Jan. 5, 1813, m. Lucy 

Streeter, 2nd Mrs. Louise (Root) Noble, 3rd 

Caroline F. Dunbar. 
[700. III. Electa (Dewey), b. about 1815, m. Abner 

Sackett. 

1701. IV. Lydia (Dewey),, b. about 1817, m. Benjamin 

Kilburu. 

1702. V. Lucy (Dewey), b. about 1819, m. Rev. 

Joseph Baker. 

1703. VI. Ruth (Dewey), b. about 1821, m. Alonzo 

Hedges. 

1704. VII. Caleb (Dewey), b. July 26, 1825, m. Julietta 

Noble, 2nd Mrs. Martha (Phelps) Bartlett. 

1016. Sophia Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
March 7, 1790, d. June 24, 1S74, m. Nov. 7, 1813, James 
Moseley, b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 19, 1790, d. Sept. 16, 1862, 
son of William and Lydia (Noble) Moseley. 

Mr. Moseley was a tanner and currier. Xo record of 
children. 

1017. Daniel Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 16 
Jan., 1793, m, Miranda Noble, b. Feb. 4, 1793, daughter of 
David and Sarah (Taylor) Noble. Her first husband was 
Jason Bush of Westfield, by whom she had eight children. 
She d. 14 Dec, \^~,~  

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Westfield, where he 
d. 23 July, 1 861. 

Child, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

1705. I. Mary Ann, b. 22 Nov., 1822, m. Charles 

Henry Hoadley. 

1019. Moses Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 1 
Dee., 1797, m. Lucinda Ashley, b. West Springfield, Mass., 
Feb. 25, 1802, dan- liter of Solomon and Caroline (Rogers) 
Ashley. 



Seventh Generation. J i33 

Mr. Phelps settled in Chester, Mass., where he d. 1892. 
He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Chester, Mass.: 

1706. I. Moses, b. Sept. 2, 1*837. 

+ 1707. II. Albert Henry, b. 15 Aug., 1839, m. Priscilla 

P. Pratt. 

1708. III. Edward. 

1709. IV. A daughter, m. Chaffee. 

10*23. Noble Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 10 
March, 1800, m. at Martinsburg, N. Y., Delia M. Allen, 
daughter of George and Nancy (Goodman) Allen. She was 
b. Martinsburg, N. Y., 14 Oct., 181 1, and d. Coustableville, 
Lewis Co., N. Y., Aug., 1878. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Turin, Lewis Co., N. Y. He d. 
Lyon's Falls, Lewis Co., X. Y., Aug., 1853. He was a 
farmer. 

Children, b. Turin, N. Y.: 

+ 1710. I. Julia, b. 7 Feb., 1834, m. A. J. Cratsenburg. 

+ 171 1. II. Lewis C, b. 17 May, 1837, m. Almir a Murphy. 

+ 1712. III. Charles M., b. 12 July, 1844, m. S. Ella 
Taylor. 

1024. Roger Aaron Noble Phelps, b. West- 
field, MasN., 9 Sept., 18 13, m. 29 March, 1S47, Sarah Jerusha 
Adams, b. Painesville, O., d. Wataga,Tll. 

Mr. Phelps early in life removed to Wataga, Knox Co., 
111., where he d. 

Children, b. Wataga, 111.: 

1713. I. Alfred Aaron, b. 14 Feb., 1S49. 

II. Emma Ella, b. 23 Dec, 1850, d. 7 Aug., 1S52. 

III. William L., b. 7 July, 1853, d. 3 April, 1857. 

IV. Thomas Merrill, b. 4 Oct., 1856. 
Y. Ernest Harmon, b. 3 March, 1S59. 



1714 

1 7 15 
17 16 

1717 



1025. Sarah Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 3 
Feb., 1799, m. 1 May-, 1821, William Perkins, son of Bezaleel 
and — -(Phelps) Perkins. He was b. i| Jan., 1786. He 
settled in Sunderland, Vt., where he died, and where his wife 
Sarah died 13 Nov., 1S67. 







July, [825 


1723. 


ill. 


Julia A., 
[825. 


i;-m- 


IV. 


William H. 


1725. 


V. 


Adeline L. 



/ / ,\/ / >, scendants of George Phelps. 

Children, b. Sunderland, Vt., 

1 7 1 s. I. Julia (Perkins), b. 13 July, 1822. d. 1825. 

1719. II. Noah " b. 7 Jan.. 1S27, d. 1827. 

1720. III. Abigail " b. 5 April, 1829. 

MVli\. Julia Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 17 
Sept., i8oi, 111. 16 May, 1X20, George Lord. 

Settled in Westfield where he died. He was a farmer. His 
widow Julia died 9 Jan.. 1871. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

[721. I. George (Lord), b. 23 July, 1821, d. young. 

II. Lorin P. 1). 23 March, 1823, d. 21 

b. 9 May, 1824, d. 25 Aug., 

b. 23 Dec., 1825. 
b. 13 Oct., 1S27, d. unni., 
27 April, 1S48. 

1726. VI. .Sarah M. (Lord), b. 27 April, 1S29, d. unm., 

9 April, 1859. 

1727. VII. Sophronia (Lord), b 4 July, 1831, d. num., 

6 Jan., 1858. 

[728. VIII. Julia A. (Lord), b. 31 May, 1833. 

1729. IX. Benjamin F. " b. 16 Feb., 1835. 

1730. X. Lorin P. " b. 26 Dec, 1837. 

1731. XL Kneeland b. 5 Jan., 1840. 

1732. XII. Charles Abbott" b. 12 Sept., 1842. 

10*27. Enoch Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 16 
July, [803, m. 12 April, 1827, Hannah Catherine Gleason. 
She was daughter of William Gleason, and d. Westfield, 17 
March, 1S40. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Westfield, where he died 7 
Aug., 1870, He m. 2nd, in Blandford, Mass., July 29, 1841, 
Florilla Waterman, of Blandford. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass. 

+ 1733- I. Charles A., b. 9 Jan., 1S2S, m. Kustace Nel- 

son. 
'734- It. Sarah J., b. 12 April, [830, m. Jos. Smith. 



Seventh Generation. T 435 

1735. III. William Gleason, b. 12 Sept., 1832, m. Fanny 
Couse. Settled in Westfield, Mass, No 
issue. 
+ 1736. IV. Enoch, b. 25 Feb., 1835, m. Sarah L. Brazee. 

1737. V. A child, b. 6 Oct., 1837, d. 1837. 

1028. Lvdia Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 13 
Sept., 1805, in. Charles Lord, 26 July, 1827. 

Settled in Westfield, Mass., where he died, and where his 
wife died 14 Oct., 1868. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

1738. I. Alvira (Lord), b. 18 Feb., 1828. 

1739. II. Juliet b. 2 March, 1829, d. unm. 

1875- 

1740. III. Charles S. (Lord), b. 24 Nov., 1830, d. unm. 

17 Aug., 1883. 

1741. IV, Laura B. (Lord), b. 10 Jan., 1833. 

1742. V. William A. " b. 29 Jan. , 1840, d. 19 April, 

1851. 

1743. VI, Augustus P. " b. 21 Jan., 1846. 

1029. William Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
6 Nov., 1 80S, m. Permelia Hasley. 1 Feb., 1S34. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, where he had three chil- 
dren b., probably then removing from Westfield. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass : 

1744. I. Lysauder, b. 22 May, 1S35, d. 20 Aug., 1837. 

1745. II. Lyman, b. 12 Nov., 1836, 111. Birge, daughter 

of Lyding Birge. 

1746. III. Elijah, b. 1 Feb., 1841. 

1030. Noah B. Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
13 Feb., 181 1, 111. 4 May, 1836, Sally Maria Phelps, No. 1394, 
b. Westfield, 5 April, 18 10. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Westfield, Mass. 

Child, b. Westfield, Mass.: 
+ 1747. I. Charles Allen, b. 15-25 April, 1837, 111. Ellen 

M. Durkee. 

1032. Henry Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass,, 18 
Feb., 1 8 16, 111. 25 Dec, 1838, Emeline B. Bush, daughter of 



H3 6 



Descendants of George Phelps. 



oc and Abigail (Dewey) Bush. She was b. Westfield, 12 
August, 1817, where she died. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, where he died 6 Sept., 
I [e was a fanner. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 
174S. I, William II., b. 23 Nov., 1838, m. Ellen 

Boyce. No issue. 
749. II. Ellen L., b. 4 June, 1841, m. Andrew Fox. 

+ 1750. III. Emma F., b. 6 Feb., 1 S4 7 , m. Wolcott O. 
I (aniels. 

10-1-1. GEORGE Phelps, b. Blandford, Mass., 
i j Dec., [816, 111. Lydia Ann Foster, daughter of Charles and 
Sally (Adkins) Foster, and b. Bloomfield, Conn. 

Mr. Phelps was a fanner in Turin, N. Y., where he died 17 
May, 1882. 

Child, 1). Turin, N. Y. : 
1751. I. Foster. 

1042, William Phelps, b Blandford, Mass., 

24 Sept., 1818, m. at Turin, N. Y., 1 Jan., 1840, Artemisia 

Barnes, daughter of Martin and Henrietta (Plotts) Barnes, 

She was b. Turin, \. Y., 28 March. 1829, and was living in 

,6. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Turin, N. Y., where his children were 
all born, removing to Mendota, 111., where he was living in 
He is a fanner and carpenter. 

Children, 1,. Turin, N. Y. 

I. Elmira, b. [6 May, 1843. 

11. Harrison, b. 28 Feb., 1845. 

III. Esther, b. 4 Feb., 1849. 

I\'. Mary, b. 1 Dec, 1853, m. — 



'75- 
'755 
'754 
'755 
'75'' 
+ '757 
1758 



- McGinness. 
Bion, b. 13 Sept., [856, d. 8 May, 1859. 
VI. Homer, b. 8 Dee., [858, m. Carrie Phelps. 
VI I. Jerome, b. 3 April, 1865. 



1044. Franklin Phelps, b. Blandford, Mass., 
'Jan., [822, m. 13 Dec, [843, Eunice Tiffany, daughter of 
Daniel and Sally (Puffer) Tiffany. She wash. Eowville, N. 
Y.. j j Feb., [823, d. Constableville, April, [879. 



Seventh Generation. 



1437 



Mr. Phelps settled in Constableville and Martiusburgh, N. 
Y. He is a miller. 

Children, b. Martiusburgh, N. Y. 

1759. I. Lewis W., b. 21 Dec, 1846. 

+ 1760. II. James D., b. 12 April, 1848, m. Helen W. 

Weaver. 

1 76 1. III. Mary E., b. 19 May, 1850. 

1762. IV, Elizabeth M.; b. 13 Sept., 1855, 

104:6. Rowland Phelps, b. Martiusburgh, N. 
Y., 10 Aug., 1828, m. at Lowville, N. Y., 27 May, 1849, Ada 
M. Johnson, daughter of T. Brooks and Laura (Higley) John- 
son. She was b. Turin, N. Y., 15 Oct.-, 1831, living in 
Houseville, N. Y., 1898. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Martiusburgh, N. Y. , later in House- 
ville, N. Y. 

Children : 



+ 1763 
1764 

+ 1765 
1766 
1767 
1 7 68 



I. Charles J., b. Martiusburgh, N. Y., 13 May, 
1850, m. Fidelia J. Archdeacon. 
II. Harriet L-, b. Martiusburgh, N, Y., 4 Dec, 
1852, d. 7 Feb., 1854. 

III. Gertrude A., b. Martiusburgh, N. Y., 15 

Jan., 1 855, 111. Walter Jehiel Pratt. 

IV. Emory D., b. Houseville, N. Y., 10 March, 

1857, d. 13 Nov., 1858. 
V. Clarence A., b. Houseville, N. Y., 8 May, 
1S60. 
VI. Howard D., b. Houseville, N. Y.. 7 May, 
1867. 



104-7. Zenas Cobb, b. Covington, N. Y., 8 
April, 18 19, m. 20 August, 1837, Leonora Cornelia Noble, 
b. Plainfield, N. Y., 4 .March, 1818, d. Stockton, N. Y., 
daughter of Ezekiel Noble. Mr. Cobb first settled in Stock- 
ton, N. Y., from there removing to Kalamazoo, Mich., where 
he died 26 August, 1850. 

Children, b. Stockton, N. Y. : 

1769. I. Almira Palmer (Cobb), b. 8 April, 183S, m. 

Isaac To bin. 



Descendants of George Phelps. 

1770. II. Joseph Nelson (Cobb), b. ro Nov., 1S40, d. 

unm. 19 August. 

1771. III. Fanny Lorena (Cobb), b. 26 March, 1844,111. 

Miller Emery Lodge, Sept. 10, 1857. a 
farmer in Fairville, Pa. 

1772. IV. Zenas (Cobb), b. 24 June, 1S46, num. A 

farmer and resides with his mother. 

1051. Henry Warren, b. 1830, d. Council 
Bluffs, Iowa, July 27, 1S97, m. April 26, 1846, Hannah Page.' 
They lived in Council Bluffs, Iowa, where Mr. Warren held 
many years an important office in the circuit court. 

Children, b. Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

1773. I. Lizzie (Warren), m. Hugh Burke. Res. San 

Francisco, Cal. 
1 774 . II. Fitz Henry (Warren), m. 

1775. III. Horace m. 

177''. I\'. Efhe 111. - - Sangerford. 

1053. Maria Louise Proctor, b. April 22, 
1825, m. Dec. 29, 1S42, William Kelly, of Lewiston, 111. She 
in. 2nd, Dec. 29, 1858, R. B. Stephenson. Res. Canton, 111. 

Children by 1st husband : 

1777. I. Carlton O. (Kelly), b. Jan, S, 1544, d. July 

26, 1846. 

1778. II. Emily Catherine (Kelly), b. April 17, 1849, 

d. Sept. 23, 1S49. 

1779. III. Laura b. March 14, 1850, 

m. N. Stephen Wright. See No. 1055. 

Child by 2nd husband : 

1780. IY. Annie Louisa (Stephenson), b. Feb. 21, 1866, 

d. Aug. i,s, [866. 

1054-. Henry Laurens Wright, b. Canton, 

111., March 4. 1832, 111. Nov. 26, 1855, Carrie D. Hall. 

Children : 

1781. I. Annie L. (Wright), b. 1857. 

1782. II. Emily " d. 

1783. III. Frank C. " b. 1874. 



Seventh Generation. T 439 

1055. N. Stephen Wright, b. Canton, 111., 
Dec. 13, 1S35, m - May 27, 1874, Laura Kelly, b. March 14, 
1850, daughter of R. B. and Alary Louise (Proctor), Stephen- 
son. No. 1053. Res. Canton, 111. 

Children, b. Canton, 111.: 

1784. I. Alice (Wright), b. 1875, d. 1875. 

1785. II. William Kelly (Wright), b. April iS, 1877. 

He is a graduate of Amherst College, and 
the University of Chicago. 

1786. III. Charles Henry (Wright), b. Jan, 12, 1880. d. 

1880. 
17S7. IV. Arthur S. " b. Feb. 1, 1884. 

1788. V. John Stephen " b. April 15, 1S85. 

1057. Arthur S. Phelps, b. Oquawka, 111., 
July 20, 1835, d. Sept. 6, 1S63, m. Dec, 1859, Jennie Burk- 
holder, b. March 11, 1839, d. July 24, 1893. 

Children : 

1789. I. Arthur Burdette, b. July 9, 1861, d. Sept. 9, 

1 86 1. 
+ 1790. II. Cornelia, b. Aug. 25, 1863, m. William 

Baker. 

1058. Mary Ann Phelps, b. May 5, 1838, d. 
March 29, i860, m. Samuel Wadleigh, and had two children 
who died in infancy. 

Mr. Wadleigh in. 2nd Ella Bradbury, and lives in Burling- 
ton, Iowa. 

1061. George Phelps, b. Lewistown, 111., Feb. 
10, 1832, m. Oct. 5, 1854, Cornelia Rogers, daughter of Pe- 
latiah Rogers. He m. 2nd, Feb. 10, 1S64, Martha Cadwalader, 
b. New Albany, Ind., daughter of Dr. David and Martha 
(Dixon) Cadwalader. 

He m. 3rd, 187S, Margaret Simco Evans, b. Cleveland, 
Ohio, Jan. 15, 1841, daughter of Theodore and Elizabeth 
(Taylor) Evans. Res. New Albany, Ind. (1899). 

Child by 1st wife : 

1 79 1 . I. Myron Harry, b. April 21, 1856. Res. New 

York city. 



///<> Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children by 2nd wife : 
17 II. Mary Adaline, 111. 1895, Henry Handy, of 

Waukesha, Wis. 
17.,;. III. Foster Cadwalader, m. Elizabeth Pratt. 
17.. I\'. George Sumner, d. 1891. 

Children by 3rd wife : 
1795. V. William Douglass, b. Jan. 4, 1S79, in. Dec. 

7, 1898, Maud Bowling. 
17 VI. Georgiana, b. May 17, 1881, m. Wm. Jewell. 

171;-. VII. Henry Theodore, b. Nov. 25, 1S83. 

YIH. .Myron Stephen, b. Sept. 16, 1S86. 
[799. IX. Bayard Taylor, b. Feb. 1, 1*889. 

[800. X. Lillian, b. Jan. 26, 1S92. 

1062. Cornelia Phelps, b. Lewistown, 111., 
8 March, 1833, in. 12 May, 1853, Samuel Mills Dewey, sou of 
C;i])t. Andrew and Harriett (Pinneo) Dewey. He was b. 
Hanover, X, II., 21 Dec., 1823. 

Settled in Toulon, 111., where he died 31 August, iS66,and 
where his wite died 3 Jan., 1862. He was a merchant. He 
m. 2nd .Sarah Mighill Hale, June 16, 1863. 
Children, b. Toulon, 111.: 
+ [801. I. Charles Phelps (Dewey), b. 28 July, 1857, m. 

Flora I. Dunham. 
1 S02. II. Harry Pinneo (Dewey), b, 30 Oct., 1861, m. 

Elizabeth Thatcher. 

10G4-. Mary Phelps, b. Lewistowu, 111., 2S 
Jan., [835, 111. [O June, 1858, Hon. John Proctor, son of Dr. 
Benjamin and Anna (Lambert) Proctor. He was b. Rowley, 
Mas-., 30 March, [818. 

S< it led in Neenah.Wis. He is a manufacturer of sewer pipe. 

Children, b. Neenah, Wis.: 

[803. I. Edward Myron (Proctor), b. 13 June, 1856. 

Res. Oskosh, Wis. 
1804. II. Henry Lambert b. n Aug., 1860, 

d. 10 Feb. , 1 861 . 
[805. III. Anna Louisa b. 18 Sept., 1861. 

"6. IV. Francis Rowland b, 19 Nov., 1863. 

Res. Fan Claire, Wis. 



Seventh Generation . J 4i r 

1807. V. Benjamin Gage (Proctor), b. 7 Feb., 1S66. 

Res. Eau Claire, Wis. 

1808. VI. Mary Cornelia (Proctor), b. 10 Nov., 1S69, d. 

nnm. 25 March, 1892. 

1809. VII. John Adams (Proctor), b. 28 March, 1872, 

d. 16 March, 1877. 

1065- Henry Phelps, b. Lewiston, 111., 25 
Jul)-, 1837, m. 1st, 26 Aug., 1862, Anna Lambert Proctor, 
daughter of Charles and Cornelia (Pond) Proctor. She was 
b. Rowley, Mass, 2 Nov., 1843, d\ Lewistown, 111., 10 Sept., 
1878. He m. 2nd, Elizabeth Miles, at Lewistown, 111., 11 July, 
1882. She was b. Dec. 19, 1S57, and died at Sonora, Cal., 3 
April, 1 89 1, daughter of Joseph H. and Isabella (Porter) 
Miles. She had no children. He m. 3rd, Elizabeth Andrus 
Dyckes, b. Lewistown, 111., Dec. 19, 1861, daughter of Joseph 
and Lucinda (Andrus) Dyckes. He was a merchant in Lew- 
istown, 111,, of the firm of Phelps & Proctor. He was junior 
partner of the firm of Phelps & Son, until his father died, and 
Mr. Charles Proctor came into the firm. He retired in 1894, 
and removed to Waukesha, Wis., the business being incor- 
porated as the Phelps & Proctor Co. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Lewistown, 111.: 
+ 18.10. I. Henry Willis, b. 28 July, 1863, m. twice. 

+ 1811. II. Frederick, b. 4 Sept,, 1S66, m. Anna M. 

Lehman. 

1812. III. Cornelia, b. 24 Oct., 1S67, d. 17 Aug., 1868. 

1813. IV. Clara, b. 21 Nov., 1869, d. 29 Sept., 1S70. 

1 814. V. Sumner, b. 2S Sept., 1S72, d. 27 Aug., 1873. 

1006. Rev. Stephen Phelps, D, D., b. Lew- 
istown, 111., 6 Feb., 1S39, m, at Lewistown, 111., 20 June, 
1S62, Amelia McComb, daughter of William and Susan 
(Peter) McComb. She was b. Lewistown, 5 Dec, 1838, d. 
Vinton, Iowa, 1 Sept., 1881. He m. 2nd at Vinton, 25 Dec, 
1882, Sarah Frances Miller, daughter of William T. and 
Elizabeth (Wiune) Miller. She was b. Lima, Ind., 17 June, 
1856, and was living in 1S95. 

The Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated from Jefferson College, 
Cambridge, Pa., 2 Aug., 1859, and from the Western Theo- 

(II— 39) 



///_' Descendants of George Phelps. 

logical Seminary at Alleghany, Pa., Alar., 1862, having de- 
grees of Doctor of Divinity conferred simultaneously in 1882, 
by Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa,, and 
Lenox College, Hopkins, Iowa. Residing at various times in 
Waterloo, Vinton and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Council 
Bluffs. He is now professor of theology in the Pres. Theo- 
cal Seminary, in Omaha. Xeb. 

Children by 1st wife : 

[815. I. Albert Moore, b. Sioux City, Iowa, 25 May, 

[863, m. Mary R. Marshall. 
[816. II. Myron, b, Waterloo, Iowa, 17 Feb., 1S66, 

from Grace, Cal., College, 1888, and Med. 

Dept. of the University of Iowa, 1S98, m. 

May 6, 1897, OIlie Blades, b. Van Wert, 

Iowa, Now 13, 1869, daughter of W. J. and 

Agnes Blades. 
\ 1 7. III. Ella, b. Waterloo, Iowa, 27 Sept., 1S67, m. 

Rev. Amos A. Randall. 
- 1818. IV. Clara, b. Waterloo, Iowa, 5 Aug., 1S72, m. 

W. E. McConnell. 
[819. V. Anna, b. Vinton, Iowa, 5 Aug., 1S7S. 

1S20. VI. Robert, b. Vinton, Iowa, 8 Aug., 1880, d. 8 

Sept., 1880. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
[821. VII. William Horatio, b. 26 Jan., 1884. 
[822. VIII. Mary Winne, b. 23 Oct., 1885. 

1068. Harriet Phelps, b. Lewistowu, 111., 27 
July, 1843, m. Charles Proctor, 30 April, 1S67, sou of Charles 
and Cornelia (Howe) Proctor. He was b. Rowley, Mass., 11 
June, 1842. 

Mr. Proctor settled in Lewistowu, 111. A prominent mer- 
chant. 

Children, 1>. Lewistowu, 111.: 

1823. I. Delia (Proctor), b. 28 June, 1809. 

i s -' I- II. George Pond b. 21 April, 1873. 

-'5- [II. Charles Henry " b. 31 Oct., 1878. 

1070. Eliza Phelps, b. Lewistowu, 111., 26 
March, [847, m. 16 Aug., 1876, Joseph Foot, son of Jared 



Seventh Generation . J 443 

Bradley and Persis Palmer (Mills) Foot. He was b. New 
Boston, Iowa, 12 April, 1849. 

Settled in Lewistowu, 111. They have no children but have 
adopted two, — Francis Alfred, b. Dec. 12, 18S0, and Anna 
Pearl, b. Aug. 8, 1886. 

1071. Isabella H. Phelps, b. Oquawka, 111., 

Jan. 3, 1829, d. April 5, 1845. m. Jan. 9, 1845, Dr. David B. 
Rice, b. Greenville, Ky., July 10, 1S17. He m. 2nd, in 1846, 
Mary M. Norcross, of Monmouth, 111. He was surgeon of 
the 102nd 111. Reg. in the civil war and had charge 'of hospital 
No. 3 at Gallatin, Tenn., at the battle of Stone River. He 
was later president of a medical college in Oregon, where he 
died. 

1073. Laura Phelps, b. Oquawka, 111., May 
11, 1832, d. Sept. 25, 1S67. m. Jan. 1, 1852, Edwin Hamilton 
Norton Patterson, b. Winchester, Va., Jan. 27, 1828, d. Den- 
ver, Col., April 21, i'88o, son of John B, and Mahala J. (Nor- 
ton) Patterson. 

Mr. Patterson was editor of the Sacramento, Cal., Union in 
1 85 1, and of various papers in Illinois and Colorado at a later 
date, and at the time of the death of Edgar Allan Poe had 
made arrangements with him to establish a magazine in St. 
Louis. 

Children: 

[826. I. Harry Norton (Patterson), b. Feb. 15, 1853, 

in. Feb. 17, 1883, Florence A. Beatty. They 
live in Oquawka, 111., where he publishes 
the Oquawka Spectator. He has a wide 
reputation as a botanist, having discovered 
many new plants. No issue. 

1827, II. Norman Lloyd (Patterson), b. Oct. 9, 1858, 

m. Oct. 29, 1892, Mrs. Mary (Hudson) 
Bliss. Res. Chicago, 111. Mr. Patterson is 
preparing the Patterson Genealogy. No 
issue. 

1828. III. Metta Victoria (Patterson), b. Aug. 15, , 

m. July 14, 1894, George D. Backus. No 
issue. 



/ descendants of George Phelps. 

[829. [V. Robert (Patterson), b. Aug. 8, 1866, d. 1866. 

jo. V. Isabel b. Aug 16, 1867, 

d. vSept. 29, 1S67. I Twins 
1831. VI. Adaline " b. Aug. 16, 1867, 

d. Oct. 2, 1S67. J 

1074. William H. Phelps, b. Oquawka, 111., 
Feb. 22, 1834, m. July 4, [855, Julia M. Dennison, b. New 
Boston, 111.. July 11, 1838, d. Oquawka, 111., Jan. 17, 1S62. 
Ik- 111. Jiul. May 17, 1863, Phebe B. Cowan, of New York 
city. Res. Keithsburg, [11. 

Child by ist wife : 
[832. I. Genevieve, b. Dee. 21, 1858, d. Jan. 21, 1859. 

Children by 2nd wife : 
[833. II. Charles Boden, b. July 11, 1864, d. Oct. 13, 

1S69. ' 
! [834. III. Emily, b. Feb. 10, 1866, m. Charles \V. 
Cooper. 
[835. IV. Lillian, b. .March 9, 1869, in. March 6, 1899, 

.Stephen Pardee, of Keithsburg, 111. 
1836. V. Myrtle, b. July 16, 1871, m. Oct. 11, 1S93, 

John Mason. . Res. Monmouth, 111. 
1S37. VI. Charles, b. July 17, 1873, d. March 13, 1876. 

1838. VII. William, b. July 19, 1877. Res. Keithsburg, 
111. 

!()<(>. Adaline T. Phelps, b. Oquawka, 111., 
Nov- 20. [837, 111. Jan. 6, 1859, Robert Hodson, b. Yorkshire, 
Eng., April 11, 1830, son of Thomas and Sarah (Adkinsou) 
Hodgson. The son omitted the letter g in the name. 

Res. Oquawka, 111., where Mr. Hodson has been a leading 
merchant, and mayor of the city for several terms. 

Children : 

I. Lewi- Arthur (Hodson), b. Feb. 8, i860, d. 
July 23, i860, 
p. II. Hattie Bell (Hodson), b, Nov. 24, 1861, d. 

Sept. 24, [877. 

H)'i'i. Phebe E. Phelps, b. Oquawka, 111., 
Aug. 11, [840, d. Sept. 17, 1892, 111. June 26, i860, Marion 
I' Button, b. Bureau Co., Ky., Sept. 8, 1834, d. Oquawka, 



Seventh Generation. T 445 

111., Aug. 24,. 1867; Mr. Button graduated from Albany law- 
school in 1S59, and was for a number of years superintendent 
of schools of Henderson Co., 111. 

Children : 
1 84 1. I. Lucy Dell (Button), d. March 12, 1862. 



m. 



+ 1842. II. Frank " b. Nov. 9, 1863, 

Hattie Bishop. 

1078. Henry Holt Phelps, b. Oquawka, 111., 
May 7, 1844, m. Jan. 25, 1866, Lucretia Morris. Res. 
Oquawka, 111. 

Mr. Phelps served in the Union army in the civil war and 
was with Sherman in the " March to the Sea, 1 ' 

Children, b. Oquawka, 111.: 

1843. I, Harry, b. March 19, 1867. 

1844. H- Jennie, b. Dec. 1, 1868. 

1845. HI- Ducy, b. Nov. 26, 1S70. 

1846. IV. Sumner, b. Feb. 12, 1873. He enlisted in an 

Iowa artillery battery in the Spanish war 
and was honorabl} r discharged, and re-en- 
listed in the 22nd regulars, U. S. A. and 
was sent to the Philippines in 1S9S. 

1547. V. Robert, b. Dec. 16, 1874. 

1079, Stephen Sumner Phelps, b. Oquawka, 
111., June 10, 1849, killed July 3, 18S0, m. June 26, 1869, 
Mary ~E. Cowan, who died, and he 111. 2nd Sadie Frazell. 

Children, by 1st wife : 

1548. I. Arthur F., b. Feb. 3, 1S70, d. July 17, 1S70. 
+ 1849. II. Phebe, b, April 30, 1871, m. twice. 

Child by 2nd wife : 

1850. III. Mary, b, Dec. 24, 1879. 

1095. James ArousTus Case, b. Cumberland, 
R. I., Nov. 5, 1835, 111. vSept. 10, 1S62, Mary Aim Bottomley, 
b. Oldham, Eng., April 17, 1839. Res. Montevideo, Minn., 
where Mr. Case is in the flouring business. 

Children: 

1851. I. Marion A. (Case), b. April 26, 1864, 111. Jan. 

3, 1883, George H. Whitmore. 



1 1 ft, Descendants of George Phelps. 

II. Delia Ruth (Case), b. May 24, 1866, m. Feb. 

4, 1885, Hamilton H. Whitmore. Res. 

Minneapolis Minn. They have had two 

children, — Mildred E., b. Aug. 29, 1S90, 

and Ruth, b. Aug. 30, 1892. 

1101. John Harris Case, b. Cumberland, R. 

I.. Oct. 26, 1S4S, m. Dec. 25, 1S7S, Nettie Davis, daughter of 

Curtis and Phebe L. (Dorman) Davis, formerly of Maine. 

Mr. Case removed with his parents from Newton, L. I., to 

Indiana, and in 1856 to Minneapolis, Minn., where he has 

been a merchant and farmer. 

Child, b. Minneapolis, Minn.: 
1853. I. Edith Jennette (Case), b. Dec. 13, 1886. 

1103. Harriett Rebecca Monk, b, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Feb. 15, 1850, in. May 3, 1866, James McNasser, 
of Denver, Col., who died Oct. 14, 1875. She m. 2nd Henry 
Ellis. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Denver, Col.: 

1S54. I. Minnie (McNasser), m. Osea P. Flint. 

1855. II. Josephine m. and lived in Denver, 

Col. 

1856. III. Maria " m. Albert McKercher. 

Children by 2nd husband: 

1857. IV. Raymond (Ellis). 

1858. V. Georgiana 

110-1. Mary Ella Monk, b. Boonville, Mo.. 
Nov. 5, 1853, m. I). I). Mayo, of Newport, Ky. Res. Denver, 
Col. Mr. Mayo is general manager of Denver & Rio Grande 
Express. 

Children, b. Denver, Col.: 

1859. I. Ella Louise (Mayo), d. in infancy. 
186 II. Florence " b. Aug. 15, 1888. 

1105. Grace Evelyn Monk, b. Feb. s, 1856, 

m. Jan. 1, 1S77, II. M. Sales. Res. Denver, Col. 

Children : 
1861. I. Junius (Sales). 

1 162. II. Dudley 

1863. III. Grace 



Seventh Generation , f 4-1-7 

1110. Ambrose Phelps, b. Lyons, N. Y., 19 
Feb., 1843, m. at Coldwater, Mich., 25 Feb., 1866, Mary 
Adelaide Millard, daughter of Nathaniel and Rhoda Melissa 
(Hayden) Millard. She was b. Coldwater, Mich., 13 Dec, 
1844. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer, first settling in Coldwater, soon re- 
moving to Greenwood, Mich. 

Children, b. Greenwood, Mich.: 
1864. I. Owen A., b. Coldwater, Mich., 8 Oct., 1866, 

d. 28 Oct., 1S66. 
1S65. II. Henry J., b. 28 Aug., 1867. 

1866. III. Horace E., b. 5 Feb., 1870. 

1867. IV. Edna M., b. 14 Aug., 1872. 

1868. V. Fred S., b. 3 May, 1S75. 

1869. VI. Nathaniel L., b. 24 Dec, 1877. 

1S70. VII. Abbie M., b. 9 Nov., 18S7, d. 19 July, 1889. 

1111. Carouxk Phelps, b. Coldwater, Mich., 
12 March, 1S47, m. 15 March, 1866, Amos B. Bingham, sou 
of William S. and Emily (Reed) Bingham. He was b. Re- 
saca, 1S43. 

Settled in Cairo, 111. He is a lumber dealer. 

Children : 

187 1. I. Eredya (Bingham), b. Coldwater, Mich., 7 

July, 1S67. 

1872. II. Frasier F. (Bingham), b. Janks' Springs, Md., 

25 March, 187 1 . 
1S73. III. Amos Reed (Bingham), b. Chicago, 111,, 4 
Oct., 18S2. 

1 112- Oliver J. Phelps, b. Coldwater, Mich., 

19 Oct., 1863, m. Catharine R. . 

Mr. Phelps resided in St. Louis, Mo., 1235, Grand St. 
He is a veterinary surgeon. 

Child, b. St. Louis, Mo.: 

1874. I, John R. S., b. 1 April, 1S95. 

1115. Helen Louisa Phelps, b. New York 
City, 2S Aug., 1846. 111. 17 Oct., 1835, Anson Phelps Stokes. 
He was sou of James Boulter and Caroline (Phelps) Stokes. 
See No. 1469. . 



///V Descendants of George Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps resides in New York City and has a summer 
residence in Lenox, Mass. 

Children : 
[875. I. [saac Newton Phelps (Stokes) . 

[87 II. Sarah Maria 

1877. . III. Helen Olivia 
[878. IV. James Graham " 
[87$. V. Anson 

[880. VI. Ethel Valentine " 

1881. VII. Caroline Margaret (Phelps) Stokes. 

1882. VIII. Mildred Eveline 

IX. Harold Montrose 

1120. REV. Thomas Larcomp.k, b. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., May 12, 1 7 9 1 , d. Oct. 1, iS6i,m. in Philadelphia, 
March 25, 1818, Anna Smith, daughter of James and Anna 
(Worrell) Smith. Mr. Larcombe was a Baptist minister and 
was settled in New Jersey, Conn., New York, and Penn- 
sylvania. Spelling of the name was changed about 1850. 

Child, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 
-S). I. Anna Cornelia (Larcombe), b. April 17, 1831, 

m. George Albert Lewis. She was the 7th 
child. 

1121. Luther Phelps, b. Springfield, Mass., 
14 July, [780, m. Ruth Slater, at Galway, Saratoga Co., N. 
Y., 1 Si 1 1 . She was 1>. Troy, 17 March, 17S6, where she died 
17 Jan., 1850. 

Mr. Phelps, when ten years of age, removed with his father 
and others to Galway, X. Y., where he married and settled, 
living there until 1807, when with his family, he removed to 
Era, X. V,, where he died 28 April, 1S65. 

Children, b. Ira, N. Y., except first three: 
1885. I. A son, 1). Galway, N. Y., d. in infancy 1803. 

+ 1886. II. Zera S., b. Galway, N. Y., 3 Jan., 1804, m. 

Amanda I Ieath. 
III. Chauncey, b. Galway, N. Y., 3 Jan., 1806, 
m. Mary Hogeboom Sennett. 
188. IV. Lewis M., 1.. g July, [808, m. twice. 

[889. V. Alfred, b. [810, d. aged 2 years, 6 months. 



Seventh Generation. T 4-1-9 

iSgo. VI. Orten, b. n Nov., 1812, m. Dydia Shaw. 

Res. Dover, Mich., removing in i860 to 

Toledo, Ohio. 
1S91. VII, Philander, b. 25 March, 1816, m. Mary Jane 

Stewart, Feb., 1850, settled in So. Reading, 

Mass. A merchant. 
+ 1892. VIII. John, b. 4 May, 1S19, in. Marietta Robinson. 

1893, IX. Myron, b. 25 April, 1S22, 111. Pavancha 

Moore. 

1894. X. Susannah, b. 22 April, 1825, m. Nathan Bur- 

ritt, Nov. 24, 1 85 2. 

1 VZ2. Samuel Phelps, b. Springfield, Mass., 
10 April, 1782, m. 1 Dec, 1806, Anna Wheeler, b. 19 Jan., 
1784, d! Ira, 23 Feb., 1813. He m. 2nd, 13 March, 1817, 
Nancy Hawley, b. 9 Dec, 1792, d, at Rockford, 111., where 
she removed after the death of her husband. 

Mr. Phelps when 8 years old removed with his father to 
Galway, Saratoga Co., N. Y., and from there in 1807, with 
his brother, to Ira, N. Y. , where he died 5 Sept., 1S56. 

Children by 1st wife : 
+ 1895. I. Samuel, b. Ira, N. Y., 17 Nov., 1807, m. 

twice. 
1896. II. Hicks Wheeler, b. Galway, N. Y.., 14 April, 

1809, m. Harriett Kellogg, Feb. 17, 1831, 
settled in Wisconsin. 
+ 1897. III. Philemon, b. Ira, N. Y., 7 June, 1811, m. 
twice. 

1898. IV. Calvin Pain, b. Galway, N. Y., 23 Nov., 

1812, m. Settled in Wisconsin. 

1123. Israel Phelps, b. Springfield, Mass., 
2 April, 1784, m. Ruth Hawley. 

Mr. Phelps on marrying settled in Ira, N. Y., where his 
brother had previously settled, and where he d. in 1840. He 
was a farmer and merchant, and also an active deacon in the 
Presbyterian Church. 

Children, b. Ira, N. Y. : 

1899. I. Sarah, m. Dr. John Thompson. Settled in 

Racine, Wis. 



I [5° 

iOO. 
|OI. 

1902. 

[903. 

1904 

1905 

+ 1906 

+ 1907 



Descendants of George Phelps. 

II. Ruth, m. Charles Garlick. Settled in Auburn, 
X. V. 

III. Polly, in. Dr. John A. Kerr. Settled in Lan- 

sing, Mich. 

IV. Nancy, m. Dr. Charles Andrews. Settled in 

Rock ford, 111. 
V. Edward, m. Settled in Meridian, Cayuga Co., 

X. V. 
VI. Elias, settled in Clayton, Mich. 
VII. Ruins. " " Xew Clayton, Mich. 
VIII. Alfred L., b. 21 Dec, 1815, m, Jane Van Vree. 
IX. Dwight, b. 12 Dec, 1818, m. Sarah Curtis. 



11*25. Flavia Phelps, b. vSpringfield, Mass., 
19 July, i; ss , soon removing with her father to Galway, Sara- 
toga Co., X'. Y., 111. lizekiel O. Comstock. Settled in Ira, X". 
V., and had seven children. Here his wife d. After her 
death he removed to Conquest, X. V., and lived with his only 
daughter. 

1129. Martha Phelps, b. Galway, Saratoga 
Co.. X. V., 3 Aug., 1796, m. William Ingham, b. Cato, XV V., 
where lie settled, and where his wife d. about two years after 
their marriage. 

Child, b. Cato, N. Y.: 

1908. 1. Edgar (Ingham). Res. Cato, N. Y., in 1896. 

1133. Lucretia Phelps, b. Brutus, now Sen- 
nett, X. Y., Aug. 20, [780, d. June 12, 1S69, m. Feb. 13, 
1800, Archibald Green, b. Dutchess Co., N. Y., March 5, 
17.M, d. Oct. 21, [860, son of Xathaniel and Mary (Merrill) 
Green. 

Children, b. Brutus, X. Y., except the second: 
+ 1909. I. Julia Ann (Green), b. Sept. 25, 1801, m. 

Marvin Allen. 
I'M". II. Xathaniel M. (Green), b. Cato, N. Y. , May 

9, [803, d. June, [803. 
|'*ii. HI. Ebenezer II. (Green), b. Aug. 24, 1804, d. 

Au- . 1804. 
[912. IV. Laura Jane (Green), b. Aug. 24, 1805, m. 

Benjamin B. Clapp. 



I 

Seventh Generation. I 45 I 

+ 19 1 3. V. Mar)- Lavinia (Green), b. May 29, 1S0S, m. 

Caleb Ives. 
+ 1915. VI. Eliza Jennette (Green), b. March 24, 1810, 

m. George Watson. 
+ 1916. VII. Sarah Lucretia (Green), b. March 28, 1S12, 

m. Daniel Papenean. 
+ 1917. VIII. Archibald Merritt (Green), b. March 28, 

1 8 14, m. Fanny Jane Soule. 
-f 1918. IX. Electa Typhena (Green), b. April 2, 1S16, m. 

Cephas W. Clapp. 
1919. X. Hiram M. (Green), b. June 10, 181S, d. July, 

1S1S. 
+ 1920. XL Cassandra Submit (Green), b. Sept. 3, 1822, 

m. Lawrence Hambliu. 

1142. Abner Nims Phelps, b. Brutus, now 
Seunett. N. Y., July 19, 1798, d. Chicago, 111., Feb. 16, 1879, 
m. at Genoa, N. Y., June 20, 1827, Elizabeth Kniffeu, b. 
Genoa, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1S0S, d. Delaware, Ohio, Jan. 28, 
1896, daughter of Abram and Phebe (Field) Kniffen. Mr. 
Phelps was a farmer in Senuett, Cayuga Co., N. Y., near Au- 
burn. 

Children, b. Auburn, N. Y., 

I. Augustus Field, b. April 30, 1S2S. d. i860. 
II. Edmund Titus, b. Jan. S, 1830, m. Amelia S. 
Flere. 

III. Abner Nims, b. Aug. 1, 1832. Res. Cali- 
fornia, 1898. 

IV. Julia Elizabeth, b. March 26, 1835. Res - Dela- 
ware, Ohio. 

V. Henrietta L., b. March 12, 1841, d. 1850. 
VI. Evelyn Croswell, b. Feb. 14, 1844. Res, 
Chicago, 111., 1899. 

114-3. Anna Phelps, b. Brutus, now Senuett, 
X. Y., Nov. 26, 1800, d. Flint, Mich., Feb. 10, 1896, m. at 
Auburn, N. Y. , Sept. g, 1S21, Darius R. Stone, b, Worthing- 
ton, Mass., Oct. 15, 1800, d. Flint, Mich., April 6, 1S93. son 
of John and Nancy (Rice) Stone. Mr. Stone was a farmer, 
merchant and magnetic healer in Flint, Mich. 





192 I. 


+ 


1922. 




1923. 




1924. 




1925- 




1926. 



tak2 Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children: 
I. Sumner P. (Stone), b. Worthington, Mass., 
April 27, 1823, d. March 27, 1896. 
[9: II. Darius II. (Stone), b. Sennett, N. Y., March 

4, 1825. Res, Chase, Mich. 
[929. III. Martha A. (Stone), b. Riga, N. Y., Nov. 14, 
[826. 
[V. Lorenzo R. " b. " " Feb. 25, 

[829, d. Nov., 1S60. 
[931. V. Oren (Stone), b. Sennett, N. Y., July 24, 1S33, 

d. April 20, 1897. 

1144- Uriah Phelps, b. Brutus, now Sennett, 
X. V., May 27. 1803, d, Sept. 22, [892, in. Jan. 9, 1827, Maria 
Gunn, b. Oct. 8, 1806, d. June 11, 1S72, daughter of Daniel 
and Martha Gunn. Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Brutus, now 
Sennett. Cayuga Co., N. Y. 

Children, b, Sennett, N. Y.: 
1932. I. VolneyG., b. Dec. 15, 1827, d. June 26, 1S28. 

133. II Henrietta, b. Dec, 1S29, d. Dec. 31, 1S48. 

114(>. Adaline Drake, b. Springfield, Mass., 
14 Nov., 1 Mo, 111. George Noble, 4 April, 1S36, resided in 
West Springfield up to 1N45, then removing to Rockville, 111. 

Children, b. West Springfield, Mass., except last: 

1931. I. Charles Thorn (Noble), b. 15 Sept., 1837. 

1035. IP Mary Ann b. 24 May, 1840. 

[936. IIP Wesley Augustus " b. 4 Nov., 1841. 

[937. IV, Lewis Gold b. 4 Sept., 1844. 

[938. V. George Henry " b. Rockville, IIP, 7 

March, 1 S46. 

1153. Chester Phelps, b. Enfield,. Conn., 5 
An-., [794, m. Lucinda Tabor, 2nd July, 1S20. She d. Bata- 
via. X. V., 22 March, [828. He 111. 2nd, 2 June, 1832, Jane 
Beckwith, who d. Batavia, X. Y., 14 Aug., 1S44. Hem. 3rd 
Piuinda Austin, 25 May, 1845. 

Mr. Phelps soon alter his 1st marriage settled in Batavia, 
Genesee Co., N. Y., where he died. 

Children by 1st wile, b. Batavia, X. Y., 



Sf venth Ge7ie ra tio n . J 453 

1939. I. Sylvester, b. 16 May, 1S21. 

1940. II. Austin, b. 10 April, 1824. 

1941. III. Hannah Maria, b. 3 Oct., 1S27. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Batavia, N. Y. : 

1942. IV. Orville, b. 10 Nov., 1834. 

1943. V. Truman, b. 8 March, 1837. 

1944. VI. Newton, b. 16 May, 1839. 

1945. VII. Lucinda, b. 2S March, 1S41. 

Child by 3rd wife, b. Batavia, N. Y. : 

1946. VIII. Arabella, b. 29 June, 1S46. 

llol. Elam Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 18 Aug., 
1796, m. Eunice Palmer, 22 Jan., 1823. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Castile, Wyoming Co., N. V,, where 
he died. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Castile, N. Y.: 

1947. I. Elam, b. 19 Feb., 1824. 
194S.  II. Alvira, b. 27 Oct., 1829. 

1949. III. Anson, b. 23 April, 1832. 

1950. IV. Aurilla, b. 12 Dec, 1833. 

1163. Seth -Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 26 Oct., 
1796, m. 20 Nov., 1828, Maronet Abbe, daughter of Levi and 
Dorcas (Wolcott) Abbe. She was b. Enfield, Ct., 25 Aug., 
1802, where she d. 15 Dec, 1S81. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Enfield, Ct., where he d. 3 
March, 1872. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

1 95 1. I. An infant, d. 30 Jan., 1830. 

+ 1952. II. Elizabeth Mary Ann, b. 31 Oct., 1831, m. 

Samuel Thompson Bissell. 
1953. III. Henry Wolcott, b. 2 Nov., 1833, m. Ann 
Derick, 14 May, 1859. 
+ 1954. • IV. Edward Seth, b. 26 Jan., 1836, m. Elizabeth 
Spooner. 
J 955- V. Elliot James, b. 13 May, 1842. 

1956. VI. Edward Henry, b. 6 March, 1848. 

1164. Sally Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 1 Feb., 
1798, m. 24 May, 1855, Augustus Elmer, b. 30 Dec'., 1790. 



//i/ Descendants of George /'/nips. 

Settled in Colebrook, Ct., where he d. [6 Nov., i860. He 
had previously married her younger sister Martha Phelps, b. 
Enfield, Ct., 17 Sept., 1809. They were married 6 Sept., 
[847. She d. Colebrook, Ct., 13 March, 1854. Her sister 
Sally d. Wilbraham, 11 Nov., 1879. 

He had no issue by either marriage. 

1165. Hannah Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 4 
Jan.. [800, m. 11 Jan.. [818, Joshua Dale, sou of Joshua and 
Rhoda (Pease) Dale. He was b. Windsor, Windsor Co., 
Vt., 4 March, 1791, married by Thomas Robbins of Enfield, 
Ct, 

Mr. Dale was a farmer and mechanic, first settling in Wes- 
ton. Vt. Late in life he removed to Winn, Maine, soon re- 
turning to Marlboro, Mass., where he d. 25 Aug., 1S75. His 
wife d. Winn, Maine. 10 May, 1859. 

Children, b. Weston, Vt.: 

1057. I. Esther Ann (Dale), b. 24 Aug., 1819, d. 18 

Sept., 1823. 
158. II. William Phelps (Dale), b. 30 Sept., 1823, m. 

John Francis Atkinson. 
[959. III. Edward Irving (Dale), b. 4 Aug., 1S27, m. 

Sarah Augusta Richardson. 
i960. IV. Edwin (Dale), b. 2 Sept., 1829, d. 7 July, 

1832. 
[961. V. Mary Ann (Dale), b. 30 Nov., 1833, d. 29 

July, 1S46. 
io r >2. VI. Caroline Esthe'r (Dale), b, 8 Nov., 1835, m. 

James B. Gardner. 
163. VII. Martha Jane (Dale), b. 26 Sept., 1842, d. 17 

Aug.. 1845. 
[964. VIII. Henry Oscar (Dale), b. 15 May, 1845. m. 

Josephine E. Tetzon, Nov. 2^,, 1875. 

1168. Willis Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 18 
March, 1805, m. 18 Jan., [832, Flavia Pasco, daughter of 
Jonathan and Elizabeth (Allen) Pasco. She was b. East Win- 
dsor, 1 2 May, [802. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Enfield, Ct. He is a farmer. 
Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 



Seventh Generation. 



H55 



1965. 



1966 

+ 1967 

+ 1968 

1969 

1970 



I. William Peletiah, b. 12 March, 1833, m. 
Anna, widow of Henry Wolcott Phelps, 
No. 1953. 
II. Jonathan, b. 13 Sept., 1834, 'd. 18 May, 1835. 

III. John, b. 5 July, 1S36, m. Corintha J. King. 

IV. Irving-, b. 4 March, 1839, m. twice. 
V. Flavia Maria, b. 3 Feb., 1S42. 

VI. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 15 Dec, 1846. 



118*2. Tiip:resa Ann Phelps, b. Sloansville, 
N. Y., 13 Aug., 1 8 1 5, m. Henry Cornish, 18 June, 1837. 
He settled in Sloansville, X. Y. 

Children, b. Sloansville, X. Y. : 
I. Emma (Cornish), b. 14 Nov., 1838. 



r.972. 

1973- 
1974. 

1975- 



II, Mary Isabel (Cornish), b. S March, 1847. 
III. Emerson Davis " b. 14 July, 1S4S. 

IV. Estelle Deming " b. 8 March, 1S52. 



1185. Maria Oxdekdonk Phelps, b. Sloans- 
ville, X. Y., 15 May, 1S22, 111. George Toping, Feb., 1842. 

He settled in Sloansville, X. Y., and from there removed to 
Wisconsin. 

Children, b. Sloansville, X. Y.: 

I. David (Toping), b. Feb., 1843. 
II. Mina " b. 1845, d. Sept., 1S4S. 

Probablv others. 



1976. 
1977- 



1 104. Azor William Phelps, b. Sloansville, 
X. Y., ,-, July, 1829, m. Lorenia R. Best, 25 Dec, 1858. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Sloansville. X. Y., and may have 
2.one to California. 

Child, b. Sloansville, X. Y. : 
1978. I. Henry B., b. 1859. 

1198. Lorex Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mass., 
24 March, 1S12, m. 25 May, 1835, Asenath Phelps. She is 
1 169, and was b. Enfield, Ct,, 1 Feb., 1807, d. Wilbraham, 
Mass. , Jan. , 1893. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Wilbraham, Mass. 

Children, b. Wilbraham, Mass.: 



H5 6 


+ 




+ 




+ 






[982. 


+ 





Desci ndants of George Phelps. 

I. Sarah A., b. 7 .March, [837, m. Rev. Win. F. 
Arms. 
II. Wells P.. 1). 1 Jan.. 1839, m. Amelia S. Eddy. 

III. Albert A., b. 29 Nov., 1841, m. Julia M. 
Wright. 

IV. Emily E. , b. 23 Feb., [845, num. 
V. James F., b. 11 June, 1850, m. Emma M. 

Corbin. 

1200. Eucinda Phelps, 1>. Wilbraham, Mass., 
Nov., 18 1 5, m. Daniel II. Abbe, 13 April, 1843. 
Mr. Abbe settled in Enfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: . 

1984. I. Amelia (Abbe), b. 15 May, 1844. / ,, . 

185, II. Sarah A. " b. 15 May, 1^44. \ 

1201- Henry Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mass., 
[3 Feb., 1820, m. Pydia Moseley, 13 Nov., 1847. She d. Wil- 
braham, 19 Dec., 1 s 49- He m. 2nd Cornelia Tarbox, 9 June, 
[851. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Wilbraham. Mass. He is a farmer. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Wilbraham, Mass.: 

I. Lydia Annette, b. 2S Nov., 1848, m. Nelson 
Crocker. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Wilbraham, Mass.: 

187. II. Allen Roswell, b. 31 July, 1854, d. 20 Oct., 

 S ,S7- 

188. IIP Edward Henry, b. 3 Aug., 1856, d. 1 Dec, 

1857. 

19. IV. Charles Edgar, 1>. 22 April, 1859, d. num. 

[99 V. Abby. 

1202. Polly M. Phelps, b. Sloansville, N, 
[uly, [813, ra. 7 Oct., 1835, Stephen Stilwell, b. Char- 
•. ille, Schoharie Co., N. Y. , where he settled. He was a 
farmer. 

Children, b. Charlotteville, N. Y.: 

[991. I. Elizabeth Ann (Stilwell), b. 23 Dec, 1S36, 

m. Emanuel Mitchell. 



Seventh Ge?ieration. 



14-57 



1994 


i\ . 


John (btilw* 


1995 


V. 


Jemima 


1996 


VI. 


George 


1997 


VII. 


Lucy 


1998 


VIII. 


Sylvester Phelps " 


1999 


IX. 


Guyas 


2000 


X. 


Nanna " 


2001 


XI. 


Stephen 



1992. II. William S. (Stilwell), b. 15 March, 1838, m. 

Mrs. Gallup, 1 Oct., i860, a widow. She 
had children by 1st husband. 
+ 1993. III. Mary (Stilwell), b. 15 Sept., 1839, m, Lewis 
S. Phelps. 

(Stilwell), b. 1 Aug., 1840. 
b. 27 July, 1842. 
b, 14 March, 1844. 
b. 14 Feb., 1846. 
b. 28 Aug,, 1S47. 
 b. 28 Feb., 1849. 
b. 28 Aug., 1 85 1. 
b. 18 April, 1856. 

1203. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Sloansville, N. 
Y.. 31 Oct., 18.15, m - l8 34' William Brown, b. Sloansville, 
where he settled and d, She m. 2nd 1S50, Allen Darling, b 
Sloansville, where he settled. (He had previously m. Hannah 
— . By her he had Hannah, and others.) He d. there. 
His widow Elizabeth also d. there. 

Child by 1st husband, b. Sloansville, N. Y. : 

+ 2002. I. William (Brown), b. 11 May, 1S35, m. Han- 

nah Darling. 

Child by 2nd husband, b. Sloansville, X. Y.: 
2003.' II. William (Darling), b. 23 June 1853. 

120-t Isabella B. Phelps, b. Sloansville, X. 
Y., 17 Sept., 1817, m, 1834, Hiram Conover, b. Sloansville, 
settled in Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., X. Y. 

Children, b. Canajoharie, X. Y. : 
I. Henry (Conover), b. 3 March, 1836. 



2004. 

2005. 

+ 2006. 

2007. 
2008. 
2009. 
2010. 
201 1. 

(11-40) 



II. Phelps 

III. Emma 

IV. Roger 

V. Lewis Case " 

VI. George 

VII. Lucy - 

VIII. David 



1838. 



b. 17 Xov 

b. 3 May, 1840, m. Geo. 
Adriance. 

b. 7 July, 1842, d. young. 

b. 16 May, 1844. 

b. 17 Sept., 1846, 

b. 27 April, 1848, d. young, 

b. 7 Feb., 1S50. 



r^jS Descendants oj George Phelps. 

2012. IX. Noah (Conover) b. 15 June, 1852. 

2013. X. Charles b. 8 Feb., 1854. 

2014. XI. Belle •' b. 4 Oct.. 1S56. 

1205. John A. Phelps, b. Sloansville, N. Y. t 
6 June, iSu). m. Miss Staley. 

Mr. Phelps was a fanner in Central Bridge, Schoharie Co., 
X. V., from which place he may have removed in loiter years. 

Children, b. Central Bridge, N. Y.: 

2015. I. Mary. 

2016. II. 

1206. Sylvester Milton Phelps, b. Sloans- 
ville. X. Y., 19 June, 1821, m. 11 March, 1847, Julia Ann 
Baker, 1.. Sloansville, X. Y., 19 April, 1S20, d. Carlisle, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Carlisle, N. Y. 

Children, b. Carlisle, N. Y.: 

Jul 7. I. Mary I)., b. 22 Jan., 1851. 

2018. II. Miles E., b. 13 Sept., 1854. 

2019. III. Cordelia, b. 4 March, 1857. 
jo-jo. VI. Jacob P., b. 16 Nov., 1859. 

Probably others. 

1*210, L,ucy R. Phelps, b. Sloansville, N. Y., 
24 Nov., 1826, m. 1 Dec, 1850, Mark W. Stephens, b. Sloans- 
ville. where he settled and died. 

Children, b. Sloansville, X. Y.: 

I. William (Stephens), b. 11 May, 1853. 

II. Jessy " b. 25 May, 1S55. 

III. Ann Estelle " b. 15 June, 1858. 

j"_'4. VI. Mary Frances " b. 23 Aug., i860. 

1212. Austin M. Phelps, b, Sloansville, N. 
, [833, in. 1 Jan., 1854, Mary Ann Alpangh, b. 19 
Settled in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., X. Y. 

Children, b. Little Falls, X. Y.: 

I. John Edward, 1>. 11 May, 1 S 5 5 . 
II. George Austin, b. 15 Sept., 1S56. 
III. Jesse, 1). 13 April, 1860. 



20 


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20 




2' ) 


-0 



Y.. 7 Sept. 


Dec. 1835 


2025. 


202' '. 


2027. 



* Seventh Generation. ^459 

1213. Miles H. Phelps, b. Sloansville, N. Y., 

22 Feb., 1835, 111. Emeline Collins, 1857. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Sloansville, N. Y. 
Children, b. Sloansville, N. Y.: 

2028. I. Mary Catharine, b. 1858. 

2029. II. David B., b. 1859, d. young. 

1215. Emily S. Phelps, b. Sloansville, N. Y., 
22 May, 1S3S, m. George Dome, 1857. 
Mr. Dome settled in Albany, N. Y. 

Children, b. Albany, N. Y.: 

2030. I. Mary Antoinette (Dome), b. 15 Jan., 1858, 

d. young. 

2031. II. Charles Ellsworth (Dome), b. May 1861. 

1217. Horace Emerson Phelps, b. Enfield, 
Ct., 3 July, 1828, 111. 2^ Dec., 1S52, Susan Clark, daughter of 
David and Margaret (Garrtz) Clark. She was b. Monroeville, 
Huron Co., Ohio. Diving in Otsego, Mich. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Enfield, Ct., removing in 1857 
to Otsego, Alleghany Co., Mich., where he d. 2 Oct., 1897. 

Children, b. Otsego, Mich.: 

2032. I. Adelia Florence, b. 9 June, 1857. 

2033. II. Horace Edsell, b. 27 Dec, 1859, d. 3 May, 

1874. 

2034. III. Frank, b. 6 May, 1865. 

2035. IV. Lena May, b, 25 Dec, 1870. 

1219. Jabez Allen Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 
26 May, 1830, m. Rosetta Benjamin, 26 May, 1855. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Enfield, Ct., where he d. 29 
Aug., 1862. 

Child, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

2036. I. Laura Elvira., b. 9 Aug., 1S57. 

1220. Charles Sylvester Phelps, b. En- 
field, Ct., 31 Aug.. 1831, 111. March 24, i860, Martha Ann 
Pasco, daughter of Norman and Cynthia (Frost) Pasco. She 
was b. East Windsor, 3 Dec, 1S63. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, first, settling in Windsor Hills, 
soon removing to East Windsor, Ct. 



/ ff„> Descendants of George Phelps. 

Children, 1>. East Windsor, Ct.: 
137. I. Eratna Amanda, b. 17 Oct., [862, m. Charles 

\V. Hudson, 17 March, 1881. 
2038. II. Calvin Colton, b. 3 July, 1865. 

139. III. Anna Eleanor, b. 23 Oct., 1870, d. 3 Oct., 
[880. 

2040. [V. Mary Ann. b. 19 Oct., 1S72. 

1221. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 28 
March. 1833, m. 25 Jan., 1853, Horace Milton Bancroft, sou 
of Bissel and Jane (Morton) Bancroft. He was b. 8 June, 
1826, in Windsor, Ct. He was a fanner in Enfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct : 

2041, I. Emma Milton (Bancroft),!). 20 Dec, 1S54, d. 

20 Oct., 1S67. 
20 [2. II. Mary Emma b. 27 April, 1S59. 

2043, III. Ida Stevens b. 25 Nov., 1866. 

1222. David Samuel Phelps, b. Enfield, 
Ct., 24 Oct., [834, m. [9 March, 1861, Elizabeth Parmenter, 
daughter of Zeno Parmenter, and b. Suffield, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, first settling in Enfield, Ct., soon 
removing to Suffield, Ct. 

Child, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

2044. I. Estelle Jemima, b. 4 April, 1862. 

1225. Laura Lucinda Phelps, b. Enfield, 
Ct.. 17 March, [840, m. 19 March, 1861, John A. Pease, son 
ol Frederick Pease. He was b. East Windsor, where he first 

d, soon removing to Melrose, CI. 

Child, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 
IS- I. Laura Maria I Pease), b. 27 August, 1862. 

1226. Gilbert Wells Phelps, b. Enfield, 
Ct., [3 Feb., [842, 111. 1 May, [872, Martha Morris, b. Shaw's 

Lauding, Crawford Co., Pa., 23 Sept., 1838, d. Windsor 
ks, Ct., 14 Sept.. 1873. He 111. 2nd AliceE. Simmons, 20 
Sept., 1876. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor Locks. 

Child by est wife, b. Windsor Locks, Ct.: 
46. I . Martha. 1). 7 Sept., 1873. 



Seventh Generatioyi. ij.6i 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. Windsor Locks, Ct.: 
2047.. II. Gilbert W., b. 11 May, 1878. 

2048. III. Charles Simmons, b. 18 Oct., 1879. 

122%. Emily Amelia Phelps, b. Enfield, Ct., 
18 Sept., 1847, m. 23 Dec, 1869, Walter Goodwin Newbury, 
son of Joseph Moseley and Jane (Mills) Newbury. He was b. 
So. Windsor, Ct., 12 Jan,, 1844. 

Mr. Newbury settled in South Windsor, Ct. 
Children, b. South Windsor, Ct.: 

2049. I. Ada (Newbury), b. 3 March, 1870, d. 9 Dec, 

1871. 

2050. II. Edith (Newbury), b. 16 Nov., 1872. 

2051. III. Estelle " b. 29 Nov., 1874. 

2052. IV. Lewis P. b. 19 Nov., 1877. 

1238- Ralzeman Phelps, b. East Granville, 
Mass., 26 Dec, 1S02, m. 20 April, 1829, Emma Pinney, 
daughter of Joseph Pinney. She was b. Colebrook, Ct.,1800, 
d. there 23 Sept., 1877. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Winchester, Ct., where he d. 8 
July, 1873. 

Children, b. Winchester, Ct.: 

2053. I. Emeret, b. 19 Aug., 1830, d. 6 Jan., 1842. 

+ 2054. II. John Pinney, b. 14 Dec, 1S34, m. Nancy M. 

Gorham. 

1239. Hannah Phelps, b. East Granville, 
Mass., 12 Oct., 1804, soon removing with her father to Gran- 
ville, Ohio, m. Charles Clough, b. Granville, Ohio, where he 
settled and died. She m. 2nd Albert G. Healon, settled in 
Majority Point, 111. 

Children, by 1st husband, b. Granville, Ohio :  

2055. I. Charles P. (Clough), b. 15 May, 1827. 

2056. II. Harriet " b. 27 Sept., 1S29. 

2057. III. Walter " b! 17 March, 1832. 

2058. VI. William " b. 16 April, 1835. 
Children by 2nd husband, b. Majority Point, 111.: 

2059. V. Albert G. (Healon), b. 27 April, 1842. 

2060. VI. Hannah E. " b. .15 Oct., 1844. 



2061. 


I. 


Eunice P, 


206 J. 


II. 


Statira 
[852. 


2063. 


III. 


Lucy E. 


2064. 


[V. 


Asahel 


2065. 


V. 


AI111011 C. 


2066. 


VI. 


George B 



z [(,_> />, sccndants of George Phelps. 

1242. Anna Phklps, b. Granville, Ohio, 8 
Dec, isu. 111. Asahel Griffin. He settled in Granville, Lick- 
in- Co., Ohio, where he d. and where his wife d. Oct,, 1852. 

Children, b. Granville, Ohio : 

I. Eunice P. (Griffin), b. 22 Sept., 1830. 

" b. 22 Sept., 1832, d. num. 

b. 23 Nov., 1838. 
b. 1 Aug., 1 84 1. 
b. 8 Feb., 1844. 
b. 27 June, 1847. 

1243. Elihu O. Peelps, b. Granville, Ohio, 
27 March, 1816, 111. Elizabeth . 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer in Granville, Ohio. 

Children, b. Granville, Ohio : 

2067. I. John P., b. 15 Feb., 1844. 

2068. II. Sylvester, b. 3 Sept.. 1843. 

2069. III. Emeline, b. 22 Nov., 1*47. 

2070. IV. Emeret, b. 1 Sept., 1853. 

1*245. Orin Phelps, b. Schroon. Essex Co., 
X. V., 29 Nov., 1819, m. 5-Oct., 1853, Jane Powell. She d. 
Schroon, iS Feb., 18 Feb., 1858. He in. 2nd Jane Maynard, 
1 8 Feb. , 1864. 

Mr. Phelps was a fanner in Schroon, F^ssex Co., N. Y., 
where all his children were born. July 31, 1877, he removed 
to Middleburg, \'t., and later to Crown Point, N. Y. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Schroon, N. Y. 
1071. I. Charles Bingham, b. 19 July, 1 S 5 4 . 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Schroon, N. Y. 

2072. II. Lee I'*., 1). 2 June, [867. 

2073. III. Albert I;., b. 16 Oct., 1868. 

1246. James Francis Phelps, b. Sehroon, N. 
Y.. '> Oct., 1821, 111. 30 March, 1S4S, Lucinda Tyrrell. She d. 
West Troy, 3 April, [853. He m. 2nd 20 Dec, 1854, Jeu- 
nette Finch. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Troy, N. Y., where he was en- 



Seventh Generation. T 4^3 

gaged in the lumber business. In 1S76 he removed to Middle- 
bury, Vt., and in 1S85 to Davenport, Iowa. 

Child by 1st wife, b. West Troy, N. Y.: 
2074. I. Arthur T., b. 18 March, 1855. Res. West 

Troy, N. Y., 1895. 

1248. Anna Phelps, b. Schroon, N. Y., 6 
July, 1825, m. at North Hudson, N. Y., 18 April, 1844, Dan- 
iel Wyman, b. Schroon, where he settled and where his wife 
d. 7 May, 1882. 

Mr. Wyman is now a miller at Crown Point, N. Y. 

Children, b. Schroon, N. Y.. 

+ 2075. I. Joseph Wallace (Wyman), b. 6 April, 1845, 

m. Mary R. Brevoort. 
+ 2076. II. Charlotte E. (Wyman), b. 16 April, 1847, m, 

Fred I. Breed, 
+ 2077. III. David Franklin (Wyman), b. 9 April, 1849, 

m. Jane M. Barnett. 
+ 207S. IV. Eugene (Wyman), b. 14 Jan., 1851, m. Addie 

R. Parsons. 
+ 2079. V. Emma Louisa (Wyman). b. S Oct., 1855, m. 

CD. Hay ward. 
+ 2080. VI. Fred (Wyman), b. 10 Oct., 1857, m. M. 

Lindsay, 
+ 2081. VII. Mary B. (Wyman), b. 29 Nov. 1861, m. Frank 

H. Pierce. 

1249, Elizabeth Phelps, b. Schroon, N. Y., 
25 Aug., 1S27, m. 12 April, 1849, Pelopidas Potter, b. Col- 
ton, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., 26 Oct. ,1820, where he settled 
and is in the lumber business. 

Children, b. Colton, N. Y. : 

2082, I. William (Potter), b. 15 April, 1S50, 111. E. 

Leonard. 

2083. II. Ellen (Potter), b. 13 Feb., 1852. 

20S4. III. Alice 1). 5 Sept., 1853, d. 15 July, 

1857- 
2085. IV. Mary (Potter), b. 22 Dec, 1855, m. W. 
Eacutt. 



Descendants of George Phelps. 

2086. V. Alice (Potter), b. 10 July, 1857,. d. young. 

37. VI. Jennie L. " b. 28 July, 1858, in. 1,. 

Botsford, 

;oN\ VII. Ida Louise (Potter), b. 10 Feb., i860, 111. Dr. 
Hepburn. 

2089. VIII. Rensselaer (Potter), b. 6 July, 1865,01.22 

Feb., [872. 

2090. IX. Frank P. (Potter), b. 25 Dec. 1869, in. Iiffie 

Wait. 

1250. Margaret Phelps, b. Schroon, N. Y. , 
11 Feb., 1830, 111. jo Jan., [858, Calvin W. Heustis, b. Crown 
Point, X. V , where he settled. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Crown Point, X. Y. : 
091. I. Elihu Phelps (Huestis), b. 27 Oct., 1858, d. 

unin. 27 May, 1S82. 
192. II. Maggie (Huestis), b. 11 July, i860, d. unin. 

2- Nov., 1S76. 

2093. III. Archie Weller (Huestis), b. 5 Oct., 1862, d. 

10 Aug., 1895. 

2094. IV. Mary Helen (Huestis), b, 5 May, 1865. 

2095. V. John Stuart b. 1 March, 1S68, 111. 

Sarah M. Deane. 

2096. VI. Charles Calvin (Huestis), b. 4 April, 1870,111. 

2097. VII. Anna Elizabeth b. 2 Dec, 1874. 

1251. Mary Helen Phelps, b. Schroon, N. 
Y., 31 Jan., 1832, 111. 8 July, 1858, James Edward I,indsay, 
b. Schroon, X. Y., where he first settled. In April, .1861, he 
removed to Davenport, Iowa. 

Children, b. Davenport, Iowa : 

I-2098. I. Ralph E. (Lindsay), b. 24 Aug., 1861, 111. M. 

Blair. 
+ 2< II. Amelia b. 14 March, 1863,111. F. 

Wyman. 
2100 III. George F. " b. 27 Feb., 1871. 

1252. Emily Phelps, b. Schroon, N. Y., 19 
June, [834, m. 9 May, 1859, Darius Jacobs Richards, b. 
Schroon, X, Y., where he first settled. In 1863, he removed 
to Canton, X. V. 



Se venth Gene ra Hon. i-f. 65 

Child, b. North Hudson, N. Y.: 

+ 2101. I. Jennette Agnes (Richards), b. i July, 1863, 

m. James E. Spear. 

1253. Amelia Phelps, b. Schroou, N. Y., 20 
Aug., 1837, m. Hawley S. Hepburn, 1 June, 1869. He set- 
tled in Canton, N. Y. , in i860. 

Child, b. Canton, N. Y. : 

2102. I. Mabelle (Hepburn), b. 5 March, 1871. 

1254. John Baker Phelps, b. Schroou, N. 
Y,, 10 May, 1840, m. Cornelia R. Woodward, 20 May, 1869, 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer. He settled in Davenport, Iowa, 2 
Oct., 1S62. 

1*255. Eunice Ellen Phelps, b. Schroou, N. 
Y., 30 Sept., 1843, m. Eugene B. Hayward, 7 April, 1864. 
He settled in Schroou, N. Y., and from there in 1869, re- 
moved to Davenport, Iowa. 

Children : 
+ 2103, I. Elmer Leland (Hayward), b. Port Henry, N. 

Y., 26 May, 1866, m. May Pierce. 

2104. II. Ellen Ida (Hayward), b. Davenport, la,, 28 

Feb., 1875. 

2105. Ill, Lulu May (Hayward), b. Chicago, 111. 

1256. Rosamond Phelps, b. Granville, Ohio, 
13 Sept., 1816, m. Alma Lockwood. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in St. Joseph's, Mich., soon remov- 
ing to Auburn, DeKalb Co., Ind. 

Children, b. Auburn, Ind.: 

2106. I. Cyrus (Eockwood), b. 14 Nov., 1838, d. uniii. 

16 April, 1S57. 



2107. 


II. 


Reuben 


b. 30 Jan., 1841. 


2108. 


III. 


Celia 


b. 9 June, 1842, d. num., 
8 June, 1879. 


2109. 


IV. 


Irwin 


b. 12 April, 1S44. 


21 IO. 


V. 


Lyman 


b. 18 May, 1846. 


21 I I. 


VI. 


Philoz 


b. 23 Dec, 1847. 


21 12. 


VII. 


Anna Eunice" 


b. 1 Dec, 1849. 


2113. 


VIII. 


Cornelia 


b. 14 Feb., 1858. 



1466 



Descendants of George /'helps. 



21 14. 



21 1 



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1259. Samuel Chauncey Phelps, b. Gran- 
ville. Ohio, 21 Nov.. 1S22, m. 4 May, 1S49, Sybil Baker. She 
d. Lancaster, Texas, 4 April, 1859. 

He 111. 2nd 22 Feb., i860, J. S. Christian, now living in 
Texas. 

Mr. Phelps early in life settled in Lancaster, Dallas Co., 
Texas. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Lancaster, Texas : 

I. A