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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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1^75. I. Piimt.vs. b. Hebron. Ct., 

Aim., 1765, m. 28 Dec, 17 s D ' ' 1 - 1Te was b 

Hebron, Ct., N . £756 Set led. 

Mr. Pepoon served in the Rev. War, enlisting in 

2nd Re t, Col. Spencer, serving and, Levi Wells, 

in the 8th Co. 

1388. Abel Phelps, b. He1 ; 

1764, m. 7 Sept.. [786, Susannah Phelps. No. (574; She 

IS b. Hebron. Ct. pt., 176 

Mr. Phel] led in Hebron, Ct., wli \ Nov.,1835. 

\ 1 irding to Colchester records, he in. 2nd, March 

Bet 

Children, b. I 

, , i. I. Lucy, ' 

II 1 5 Jan ' J, d. [793, 

.5. in. S 

14. [V. Abby b 1 Jan., 1704. 
4-3345. V. Harriett, ] m. Hubbel Manley. 

VI. Poll: •• m. Jan. 21, [823, 

M. Manley. 
J347. VII. Geoi el b. io Oct., [804, m. Sally 

- 
., VIII Settled in Medina, 

Ohio. 

3349. IX. Julius C, b. 22 No^  P. O. 1 1 : 

Weymouth, O. 

1384. E Phelps b. Hebron, Ct., 17 Jan., 

1769, m. at Lebanon, Ct., 20 May, 1S00, Lucy Hubbard. 
Mr. Phelps first settled in Hebron, Ct., and removed to 
- Lebanon, Ct. 

Children : 

3350. I. Elihu, b. Hebron, Ct., 2 Aug 1. Mrs. 

Louisa Parish. 

3351. II. Hubbard, b. Lebanon. Ct., :<) May, iSoo. 

1384. Jeremiah Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 5 
Aug., 1761, m. Miss Cronk, (or Cronkhite), probably in Rod- 
man, N. V 

Mr. Phelps settled in Rodman, N V Says his son Eli: 



./ Generation. 

as quite young and so I know little 
Says his son Jeremiah : ' My 
, lied, was very sick, and we all 
I die. He then had a vision. A man appeared 
d him his life should be prolonged twel . 
;. and just twelve years from that time 
uly." 
. Rodman, N. Y., except the first: 

1 Cornelius, b. Hebron, Ct., about 1786. vSet- 

tled in Jaucsville, Wis. 
If. Jeremiah, b. 17S9. 

III. Eli II., b. I79i- 

IV. A daughter. 
\'. A daughb ' 

VI. Ad tughter. 

A daughter. 
\\. Child, d. in infancy. 
IX. Child, d, in infancy. 

Child, d. in infancy. 

1395. Elijah Phelps, b. Lyme, Ct., 13 May, 
Aug., 1775, Mar)- Gibbs, b. 16 Aug., 
Madison Co., X. V., 25 Mar., 1849. 

d in Lyme, Ct. In the latter part of 
ved t>> Wilbraham, Mass. From there he re- 
: . Ct., and from therein Aug., [818, to Mor- 
el. [6 May, 1823. Mr. Phelps served 
marj War. was in the Lexington Alarm, in 
after which he enlisted for three 

Vilbraham, Mass., except the first: 

I*. Lyme, Ct., 22 Jan., 1779, d. 
• Windsor, Ct., mini, 

. m. Elijah Jones. 
1 Jan., 17X2, m. Mary E. Russell. 

12 July, 1783, m. Humphrey. 

LUg., 1785, m. Betsey Aver. 
mi, b. 3 June. [787, m. Amelia Ely, 
fulia Ely. 



Sixth Generati 377 

-f- 331 VII. Seth, b. 12 Apr., 1789, m. Polly Bassett. 

4- 3369. VIII. Asenath, b. to Mar.. 1791. m. Eliphalet Chapin. 

+ 3370. IX. Francis, b. 9 Sept.. 1 793, m. Catharine Wilson. 

+ 3371. X. William, b. 3 Oct.. 1703- m. Sarah Force. 

■72. XL Henry, b. 21 Apr., 1797, in. Rachel Jacobs. 

+ 3373. XII. Caroline, b. [8 Mar., 1799, 111. Kbene/.er G. 
Todd. 

$374. XIII. Dorothy, b. 1 Nov., [801, m. Stephen Coman. 

Note. — The average age of these 1 5 children was 60 5.V 100 
years. 

1401. Dorothy Phelps, b. Lyme, Ct., 175 — , 

m. July o, 17 muel Warner, b. Hadley. Mass., 1747, d. 

Aug. 11, 1829, in 82nd year, -,,11 of Jonathan and Mary 
(Craves) V -!!.:! Mass. 

Children, b. Hadley, Mass.: 

lathan (Warner), 1>. l6Dec, <7; 

b. 22 Nov., [775, d. young. 

b. g Mar. 1777, m. Dea. 
William Dickinson. 
'7 Jan., 1770. 

1>. '•!., 1792, m. Syl- 

vester Smith. 

lUY.i. Hannah Phelps b Stonington, Ct., 15 
Dec., 1760. m. Andrew Huntington, May, 1777. He was sou 
of Gen. Jabez and Elizabeth Huntington, and was b. Norwich, 

Ct. He settled in Stonington. Ct., where he was a merchant, 
and where he d. 5 Nov., 1786. 

Children, b. Stonington, Ct.: 

+ 3380. I. Lucy (Huntington), b. 15 Mar., 1778, m. 

Elisha Tracy. 
+ 3381. II. Charles " b. 30 Sept., 1779, m. 

1st Charlotte Lathrop, 2nd Sarah E. Burge — . 

1404. Charlks Phelps, b. Stonington, Ct., 
23 Feb., 1763, m. Elizabeth Smith. She was daughter of 
Dea. Solomon Smith, and was b. Hartford, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hartford, Ct., where he d. 2 Dec.,. 
1791. 



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Sixth Generation. 

Children, b. Hartford, Ct.: 

I eth, b. i7 s 4- 

Anna, b. 1786, d. in infancy. 

III Anna, b. 1787. 

IV A child, d. young at Hartford, 6 June, 17S9. 

1405. 11 3ibah Phelps, b. Stonington, Ct., 
( ipt. Ephr aim Williams, 1787. He was b. 

re he settled and died. He was a Capt. 

en, b. Stonington, Ct.: 
I I m (Williams), b. 179 1, m. Hannah Den- 

!' " b. 1802, m. 1st Betsey 

ud Georgiana Babcock. 
Ill tter, b. 1804, d. 182 \, unm. 

1406. Martha Phelps, b. Stonington, Ct., 8 

Ick Allen, 8 Dec, 1793. 

Ct., where he d. 16 Feb., 1794. and 
. June, 1794. They had no issue. 

14«»; Dennison Phelps, b. Stoning- 

Hannah Babcock, 1792. She was 

k and Mary Stanton, and was 

i, re she d. 2 Nov., 1842, in her 

in Stonington, Ct., where he d. 18 May, 

Children, b. Stonington, Ct.: 

b. 2 Feb., 179S, d. 1834, unm. 

I July. 1793, m. Thomas Noyes. 
Oct., 179s, m. Anna R. Ham- 

•:ul. 

Mar., [800, m. James W. Noyes. 

I l (,s - Phelps, b. Stonington, Ct., 8 

mer, 11 Nov., 1790. He was 

Palmer, and was b. Stonington, 

lied. His wife d. there 5 Nov., 



 :fh Gem ration. 379 

Child, b. Stoningtpn, Ct.: 

3393. I. A son, b. 5 Nov.. 1791, d. young. 

1411. Stiles PHKi.rs. b. Stonington, Ct.. 20 
June, 1777, in. Betsey Dennison. 

Mr. Phelps probably settled in Stonington, Ct., and New- 
York City, where he d. about 1822. 

Children, b. Stonington, Ct.: 

3394. I. Horace S., b. 2 Dec, 1801, d. unm. 1824, 

New Orleans. 

3395. II. William B., b. 27 Aprii. 1803, d. unm. 1824, 

New Orleans. 
• 596. III. Elizabeth D., b. 23 Feb., 1805, m. Wm. Henry 

Woodbridge. 
3307. IV. Charles II.. b. 13 June, 1807, d. 25 Jan., 180S. 
V. Harriett Bishop, b, 3 Feb., 1813, m. Arthur 

Merritt, 2nd, Charles Hill. No issue. 

14-12. Jonathan- Huntington Phelps, b. 
Stonington, 1 [3 Oct. '" . m. Mary Brown. She was 

•daughter of Capt Peleg and Nancy ( Engraham) Brown, and d. 
22 March, 

Mr. Phelps firs.t settled in Stonington, Ct. In 1819 he 
removed to New Orleans, where he d. 

Children: 

3399. I. Pele.y, Brown, b. Stonington, Ct., 23 Jan., 

1805, m. . Had children. 

3400. II. Charles T., b. Stonington, Ct., 1807, d. 1832. 

3401. III. Francis R., b. [811, d. 1832. 

3402. IV. William W. b. 1817, d. 1831. 

3403. V. Sarah, b. " S.m.Josiah 

Williams. Settled in Dist. of Columbia. 
-1-3404. VI. Martha, b. Stonington, Ct., tS+9, m, Gurdon 
Gal - 

3405. VII. Nancy, b. New Orleans, d. unm. 

3406. VIII. Alfred, b. 

3407. IN. Joseph. 
340 N. 

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Sixth Generation. 



1 1 II. Benjamin Franklin Phelps, b. Ston- 
Ct., 2 Dec, [799. m. Annabel Wallace. 
Phelps settled in New York City, where he was a mer- 
it. He d. Stonington, Ct. 

Children : 

lo. I. Frank, b. New York. 

; 1. II. William, b. 

2. [II. Annabel, b. 

HlSa. ASAHEL Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., about 
m. Hope Hosford, 16 May, 1793. 

- Tilley Phelps, widow of Humphrey Phelps, 6th child,, 
thinks he m. 2nd wife. Had no children by her. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron. Ct., or what was later Marl- 
_;h. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
Asahel. b. 3 Aug., 1794, m. Harriet Brainard.. 
Ama/iah. 

Roswell, probably d. yom 
IV. Rodney, probably d. young. 

David, b. 29 Apr., 1799. d. about 1850, in. 
— . Had children. Res. Marlborough, Ct. 
VI. Humphrey, b. 10 June, 1799, m. Tilley Ford. 
Xo issue. 
19. VII. Jemima, m. Xo children. 
$420. VIII. Martha, d. unm. 

21. IX. Lynne, m. Xo children. 
X. Keziah, m. Aaron Cadwell. 

Tl information from Mrs. Tilly Phelps, widow 

6th child, Humphrey Phelps, in Sept., 1894, she then 92 

>ld and rig in Hartford, Ct. She says that of the 

th child, Ke/.iah, who m. Aaron Cadwell, 

one who had children, while of the sons only 

up to manhood, and only one or two had children. 

1420. Lydia Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 22 Apr., 

177';, removed with her father and family to Tolland, Ct... 

, m. Horace Barber, at Warehouse Point, Ct. He 

ver and Anna (Root) Barber, and was b. Ware- 

hou u, Ct., 2 Oct., 177ft, settled in Warehouse Point.. 



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where he d. 17 Feb., 1839. His wife, Lydia, d. Saratoga 
Springs, 17 Nov., 1833. 

Children, b, Warehouse Point, Ct.: 

+ 3423. I. Buckley Phelps (Barber), b, 21 Mar., 1798, m. 

Harriet Thompson. 
+ 3424. II. Caroline Lord b. 23 Nov., 1799. 111. 

Benjamin Burdett. 

3425. III. Horace Betliuel b. Warehouse Point, 

Ct., d. 1840, unm. He graduated at Wash- 
ington, was a lawyer, settled in Natchez, 
Mass., was killed in a duel by an editor 
named MacWhorten. 

1421. Col. EpaphrasLokd Phelps, b. i6May, 
1783, in Tolland, Ct.. m. 1st Elizabeth Holkins, 1810. She 
was daughter of Maj, Joel and Huldah (Allen) Holkins, and 
was b. Warehouse Point, Ct., 12 Feb., 1791, d. there 27 Oct., 
1827. He married 2nd Widow Clarissa (Porter) Sparhawk. 
She was widow of Dr. Jonathan Sparhawk, and daughter of 
Dr. Daniel and Anna (Allen) Porter, and was b. Windsor, Ct., 
2\ June, 1791, d. East Windsor, Ct.. 22 Mar., 1855, aged 65 
years. 

Mr. Phelps lived for a short time in Hebron, Ct., then set- 
tled in Warehouse Point, and later in East Windsor, ( 
where he d. 28th June, 1868. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Warehouse Point, Ct.: 

3426. I. Epaphras, b. 21 July, 1811, d. 13 Feb., 1816. 
+ 3427. II. Elizabeth, b. 22 May, 1813, m. Bezaleel Sexton. 
+ 3428. III. Caroline Lord, b. 12 Mar., 18 16. m. Rev. John 

L. Taylor. 

3429. IV. Frederick, b. 5 June, 1818, d. 1 Oct., 1S19. 

3430. V. Bethuel, b. 4 Oct., 1820, d. 9 Sept., 1888. unm. 
+ 3431. VI. Maria Huldah, b. 6 July, 1823, m. Dexter 

Wright. 

Child by 2nd wife, b. Warehouse Point, Ct.: 

+ 3432. VII. Charles Epaphras, b. 23 Oct., 1834, m. Emily 
Harriett Barnard. 

14-22. Rev. Chari.es Stiles Phelps, b. Tol- 
land, Ct,, 12 Mar., 1789, m. 1st Flavia Burt, at Long Meadow, 



j82 Sixth Generation. 

Mass., Aug., 1819. She d. 1820, prob. dau. of Calvin and 
Experience (Saxton) Burt. He m. 2nd Harriett Stebbins 
Morgan in 1822. She was b. Pittsfield, Mass., 25 June, 1801, 
d. Hartford, Ct., Apr., 1S27, dau. of Archippus and Parmelia 
(Taylor) Morgan. He m. 3rd Catharine Warren, 1838. She 
was b. Hartford, Ct., and d. 1852. No issue. He 111. 4th 
Elizabeth Saxton Newcomb, b. New York, d. Brooklyn, X. 
Y., 8 Feb., 187 1, aged 81 years. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at , studied theology, and was 

settled in Warehouse Point, Ct. From there to Hartford, and 
from there to Oswego, N. Y., and in 1S60, to Brooklyn, N. 
Y.. where he d. 8 Feb., 1870. 

Children, by 2nd wife: 

+ 3433. I. Charles Edward, b. Warehouse Point, Ct., 2 

July, 1823, m. Sarah E. Davis. 
3434. II, Harriett Flavia, b. Hartford, Ct., 13 Mar., 

1S27, m. Charles P. Burdett. No. 6818. 



14-24. Roderick Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
30 May, 1787. He m. 1st, Sarah Darby, 2nd, Jemima Over- 
ton. 

Mr. Phelps probably resided in Marlborough, Ct., and later 
in Patehogue, L,. I., where he died. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Marlborough, Ct.: 

3435. I. Roderick. . 

3436. II. Charles. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Patehogue, L. I. 
+ 3437. III. Abram, b. 19 March, 1835, m. Anna E. 
Schandlein. 

3438. IV. Francis. 

3439. V. Andrew. 

+ 3440. VI. Samuel O., m. Hattie Matthews. 

3441. VII. Cynthia, m. Verity. 

3442. VIII. Sarah, 111. Angel. 

3443. IX. Melissa, m. Ogden, Newark, X. J. 

14-25. Oliver Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct.. 
4 Aug., 1 77 1 , m. 2S Nov., 1794, Mary Hills, b. 8 June, 1773. 
d. Marlborough, Ct., 11 May, 1847. 



Sixth Generation. 



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Mr. Phelps settled in Marlborough, Ct., where he d. 15. 

Aug., 1838. 

Children, b. Marlborough, Ct.: 

+ 3444. I. Sarah, b. 23 Oct., 1795, m. E. Bigelow. 

+ 3445. II. Cyrus, b. 17 Feb., 1799, m Sarah M. Bailey. 

3446. III. Oliver, b. 8 Oct., 1800, d. 16 July, 1801. 

-f-3447. IV. Oliver, b. 23 June, 1803, 111. Lucy Ann West. 

+ 344; V. Timothy, b. 26 March, 1806, m. Sarah Austin. 

+ 3449. VI. David, b. 31 Aug., 1810, m. Hannah Freeman. 

+ 3450. VII. Emeline, b. 11 March, 1813, m. Wm. Carrier, 

+ 3451. VIII. Caroline, b. 10 Jan., 1815, m. John Freeman. 

1430. Abraham Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
5 April, 1785, m. 12 Feb.. 1815, at Chatham, Ct., Betsey Pel- 
ton. She was daughter of Marshall and Betsey (Sage) Pelton, 
and was b. Chatham, Ct., d. Glastonbury, Ct., .13 May, 1838. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Glastonbury, Ct., where he d. 15 

>ril, i860. He was a blacksmith by trade. 

Children, b. Glastonbury, Ct.: 

3452. Harriett, b. 29 Feb., 1816. 

3453. II. Philo F.i, b. 14 Aug., [818, m. Ann S. Ris- 

ley at East Hartford, Ct., and settled there. 

3454. III. Cynthia Ann, b. 24 April, 1831. 

,455. IV. Elizabeth S., b. 11 Sept., 1S23, d. 30 Sept., 

1834. 
3456. V. Franklin S. . b. 22 Oct., 1825. 

2457. VI. Eliza, b. 1 Jan., 18: 

3458. VII. Sherman, b. 29 April, 1832, d. 4 Sept., 1833. 

14-33. John Beach Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 15 
May, 1758, m. Sarah Beach. 

Children: 

3459. I. A daughter. 

3460. II. Amos. 

3461. III. Asahel. 

1435. Asahel Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 4 Apr., 
1762, m. Agnes Houston, (daughter of Robert and Agnes 
(Lewis) Houston), b. Sussex Co., Del. She d. 1816. She had 
nephews, Judge John Houston and Dr. David Houston, all of 
Delaware. 



Sixth Generation. 

I the age of 15, eulisted in the Revolutionary 

my in tl Regt., Conn, line, in Capt. Judd's company, 

■777, for nine months. In August, same year, he 

. . .erred by exchange to another company. When his 

spired lie enlisted in Sheldon's Dragoons for three years. 

This ti ved under Maj. Talmadge, and were frequently 

1 n. Washinglon to special service. In these de- 

bly went South, wherehe no doubt met and after 

war married his wife. He settled in Sussex Co., Del,, 

lie died. He was a fine musician, both vocal and 

rumental. 

Children, b. Sussex Co., Delaware. 
I. Francis, b. 31 Jan,, 1799, m. Hannah White. 
II, Asahel E., b. 21 Mar., 1806, m. Charlotte 
Catterline. 
III. George, b. and d. previous to 1834, and widow 
residing Martinville, 111. 





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V. 




VI. 




VII. 



1436. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
d Norfolk, Ct., April 26, 1833, m. - -Hosea 
1, b. - -. (1. - -. Shem. 2nd, Jan. 12. 1789, Luther 
b. March 5. 1761, d. Sept. 11, 1834, son of Capt. John 
ina (Humphrey) Foote. 
Ml resided Hebron or Simsbury, Ct. 

Mr Norfolk, Conn. (Hem. 1st Sept.. 1 

is, and had by her two children— Calvin ai 

[St husband, 1,. Simsbury, Ct., or Hebron: 

I Possibly error. 

II. 

by 2nd husband, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

111 b. Dec. 18, 1789, m. Dorinda 

Mills. 
:m b. Feb. 28, 1791, m. Pomroy 

Baldwin, m. 2d ArvineWal 







Sixth Generation. 






+ 3473. V. John (Foote), b. April 17, 1793, m. Laura 

Mills. 

3474. VI. Mary b. Feb. 2. 1795, m. Oviatt, 

res. Richfield, Ohio. 
347 VII. Luther Lyman (Foote), b. Sept. 18, 1804, 

settled in Ohio, and rem. to South America. 
Was a lawyer. 

1437. Marilla Phelps, b. Colchester, m. Jabez 
Bronson, b. Vernon, Ct. 

Child : 

I. Betsey (Bronson) , b. , 111. Mr. Carpem 



34; 
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1438. Arethusa Phelps, b. Colchester. Ct. 
68, m. Asa Mills. 

Children: 
I. Elihu (Mill- 1. 
II. Lyman 

III. Roswell 

IV. Timothy " 
\'. Frail' 

VI. Mary Ann 
VII. Kezi 
VIII. Olive 

Kansas. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 

XIII. 

XI\ . 



m. Rev. Ebenezer Chamberlain. 

in. Francis 

m. Henry Knapp. Settled in 



1439. Abigail Phelps, b. Colchester. Ct., 
70, m. Sterling Mills .Ik, Ct. Settled first in 

soon removing to Austinburgh, Ohio, where 



Ct 



Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
I. Asahel (Mills) 
II. Joseph 
III. 
IV. 
V. 



,-\S7> Sixth Generation. 

1-44-0. Rachel Phelps, b. Colchester, Ct.. May 
17, 1 7 7 s , m. Henry Porter, 29 Jan., 1801, by Rev. Aaron Bar- 
ton. He son of Josiah and Keziah (Cutting) Porter, and b. 
Hebron, Ct.. 4 Apr., 1780. Settled in Hartford. Ct., thence 
to Thetford, Vt., where he d. 31 May, 1856. He was a farmer. 
She d. 8 Feb., 183 1. 

Children : 

3496. I. Harriett (Porter), b. Hartford, Ct.. 24 Jan., 

1802, d. March 18, 1834, m. Dec. 25, 1 
John Tyler. Settled Thetford, Vt., d. 1881. 
No issue, 
+ 3497. II. Rachel (Porter), b. Hartford, Ct., 22 Oct., 

1803,111. Charles Thussell, 2nd Stearns. 

3498. III. Clarissa (Porter), b. 2 Oct., 1805, d. 1807. 
499. IV. Clarissa K. " b. Thetford, Vt., 26 Aug.- 

1808, m. John Collins. 
3500. V. Louisa b. Thetford, Vt.. 4 Jan., 

1811, d 28 June, 1827. 
501. VI. Wealthy " b. Thetford. Vt.. 6 Mar., 

1 813, 111. Apollo Perkins. 
3502. VII. Polly " b. Thetford. Vt.. 7 June, 

1815, d. 5 Max, 1816. 
503. VIII. Polly Laviua" b. Thetford, Vt., 24 Feb., 

i8i7,m. Oscar J. Brown. 

1441. Elihl Phelps, b. Colchester, Ct., 111. 
Elizabeth Beach, b. Hebron, Ct. See extract from History of 
Xorthfield : 

History of Xorthfield, P. 515. 

I " Elihu Phelps, about 1800, boat builder, a famous ballad 
singer. Rem. to Montague about [813, m. Elizabeth Beach. 

Children : 

Elsworth, settled in X. V., an organ maker. 

Richard, b. Feb. 25, 1798, settled Montague, m. dan 
Stewart. 

Lyman, b, Feb. 27, settled Middletown. Ct. 

Betsey, b, June 1, 1802, an organist, m. Clark Pratt of 
Brattleboro. 



Sixth Generation. 



387 



Elihu, b. May 19. 1804, m. Sept. 1, 1822, Sylvia Twitchell. 

Chloe, b, June 12, 1807, d. July 5, 1809. 
Willard, b. Jan. 8, 1809." ) 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Windsor, Ct. About 1S16 here- 
moved to Northfield, Mass., where he d. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct., except last two: 
+ 3504. I. Elsworth, m. Caroline Cogg. 

+ 3505. II. Rachel, m. Homer Hastings. 

+ 3506. III. Lyman, m. twice. 
+ 3507. IV. Betsey, b. 1802, m. twice. 
+ 3508. V. Elihu, m. Charlotte Chamberlain. 

+ 35°9- VI. Willard, m. twice. 
+ 3510. VII. Elbridge, b. Northfield, Mass., 14 July, 1814, 

m. Mary D. Knowles. 
+ 331 1. VIII. John, b. Northfield, Mass., m. twice. 

14-42. Olive Phelps, b. Colchester. Ct., m. 
1 Oct., 1800, Samuel Cowles, b. 12 Mar., 1771, d. 1 Dec, 
[845, His widow d. in Painesville, Ohio, 13th Jan., 1864. 
They settled in Colebrook, Ct. 

Children : 
I. Louisa (Cowles), b. 29 May, 1802, m. Amos 
Corbin. Settled in Colebrook, Ct. No 
issue. 
II, Harvey (Cowles), b. 24 Apr., 1803, m. Alice 
Welch. 

III. John Phelps (Cowles), m. Emma Caldwell. 

IV. Roxey 



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V. Joshua 

main- years. 
VI. 
VII. Susannah 
VIII. Eliza 
IN. Roxana " 

X. Rachel 

tied in Ohio, 1839. 
XI. James (Cowles), in. Rhoda Barnuni. 

U?*,\ Oliver Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 26 
1777. ni: Nancy Redfield, b. July 25. 1791, daughter of 



A resident of China for 

d. in War of Rebellion. 

b. , d. 1843. 

m. Augustus Smith, 
m. Raphael Marshall, 
in. Lysander Cowles. Set- 



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jS8 Sixth Generation. 

Dr. Samuel and Nancy (Fairchild) Redfield, and she d. at the 
house of her daughter, Elizabeth McCord. Mr. Phelps resided 
at Hartford, Ct., and Middletown, and later in life at Hebron, 
Ct,, where he d. 7 Jul)-, 1848, in his 72nd year. He was of 
the firm of Hoadley & Phelps, hatters, Hartford, Ct. 

Children : 

I. Mary Ann, b. Hartford, Ct., 28 July, 1813, 
m. William Clark Lyman. 
II. Jane Frances, b. Hartford, Ct., 14 Aug., 1 v 
m. Horace M. Babcock. 

III. William Redfield, b. Hartford, Ct., 8 Aug., 
[818, m. Harriett M. Cone. 

IV. Edward Jackson, b. Middletown, Ct., 25 Dec, 
1823, m. twice. 

V. Maria Louisa, b. Hebron, Ct. 28 Dec, [827, 
m. John McCord. 

1478. Viola Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 8 Sept., 
1780, m. Enoch Mann. He was son of Elihu and Mary (Per- 
kins) Mann, and was b. Hebron, Ct., 9 Aug., 1771, where he 
settled, and died 15th Feb., 1815. 

She married 2nd Joseph T. Burnham. He was of Hebron, 
and was a farmer and joiner and carpenter. He d. in Hebron, 
1 March, 1882. His wife, Viola, died there 10 April, r 
in her 58th year. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

aim), b. 31 Jan.. 1801. 
b. 7 Dec, i> 2 
b. 29 Apr., 1 
" b. 29 Dec 

b. 23 Mar., 1809. 
b. 21 Sept., 1812. 
b. 27 Nov., 1 81 3. 
b. 14 Feb., 1815. 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
3537. X. Lucy Ann (Burnham). b. 18 May, [818, d. 

Nov. 9, 1854, m, Joel Wilcox. 



352S. 


I. 


Enoch Perkins 


3529. 


II. 


Lucinda 


3530. 


III. 


Ralph 


353 1 - 


IV. 


Mary Ann 


3532. 


V. 


Fanny 


-, - -» -> 

,i 533. 


VI. 


Amanda Selina 


3534- 


VII. 


Harriett 


3535. 


VIII. 


Betsey 




IX. 


Levi 



Sixth Generation. 389 

3538. XI. Matilda (Burnham), b. 23 Aug., 1819, m. 

Harvey Crane. She d. 26 Dec., 1888. 

3539. XII. Susan (Burnham), b. 9 July, 1822, in. Josiah 

Buell. She d. 4 Nov., 1883. 

1474-. Lucinda Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 7 Oct., 
1785, m. Flihu Post. He was b. Hebron, Ct., where he set- 
tled and d. 10 April, 1863. 

Children, b. Hebron. Ct.: 

3540. I. Emily (Post), m. Doomis, of Columbia, 

Ct. She had children. She d. Mar., 1843. 

354 j. II. haiza Lorena (Post), m. Caleb Hubbard. Set- 

tled in Hebron, Ct. 
+ 3542. III. Anna Melvina, (Post), b. 19 Aug., 1818, m. 
James S. Way. 

3543. IV. Analine (Post), m. Amy Parker. No issue. 

3344. V. Francis G. " m. Settled in Willimantic, 

Ct. 

1508. Joseph Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct.,29Mar., 

1742-3, m. Jemima Post, 6 Dec, 1764. She daughter of 
Israel Post of Hebron, Ct.. and b. Hebron, Ct., 21 Sept., 1748. 
(After the death of Mr. Phelps she m. for 2nd husband Ash- 
bel Phelps in 1789. By him she had no issue.) .Shed 5 Dec, 
1805. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct.. where he d, 17 Jan., 

15, in his 53rd year. 

Mr. Phelps served in the Revolutionary Army, enlisting in 
Col. Hooker's regiment and Capt. Foot's company, and was 
at Peekskill, X. Y. 

Children : 

3545. I. Lydia, b. Hebron, Ct.. 28 May, 1765, d. 4 

Feb., 1767. 
+ 354 6 - H- Sybil, b. Hebron, Ct., 4 Feb., 1767. m. Am 

Kilborn. 
+ 3547. III. Joseph, b. Hebron. Ct., 20 Mar.,; 1769, m. twice. 
3548. IV. Jemima, b. Hebron, Ct., 5 Aug., 1771, d. 16 

Jan., 1775- 
"+3549- V. Heman, b. Hebron, Ct., 29 May, 1773. m. 

three times. 



Sixth Generation . 

VI. Jabez Baldwin, b. Lebanon, Ct., 4 Jan., 1777. 
m. Lydia Johnson. 

551. VII. Dan.b. Lebanon, Ct., i8Sept., 1779, m. Betsey 

King. 

552. VIII. Jemima, b. Lebanon, Ct., 7 Oct,, 1781, m. 

Elijah Church. 
+ 3553. IX. Lydia, b. Lebanon, Ct., 19 Nov., 1783, m. 

Jonathan Trumbull. 
+ 3554. X. Martin, b. Lebanon, Ct., 5 April, 178b, m. 

Laura Johnson, 
XI. Polly, b. Lebanon, Ct., 14 Aug.. 1788, m. 

Aaron Phelps. 

1504:. Martin Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 5 Aug., 
1744, m. Abigail Post, 27 Jan., 1766. She was sister of his 
brother Joseph's wife. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct.. where he d. 22 Feb., 

1783- 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

I. Israel, b, 1771, m. . 



557. II. Diadema, 1). 12 Aug., 1773. 

III. Susie, b. 5 Jan., 176S, m. Xoah Clark, 
59- IV. b. 

1500. Reuben Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct. , 5 Sept.,. 

, m. Mar) Hosford, .She was daughter of Col. Hosford, 

was b. Marlborough, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he resided up to 

He was in the Lexington Alarm, serving 21 days, after 

which he enlisted in Capt. John Mosley's company, and wa^ 

>inted an ensign. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct,: 

I. Reuben, m. Lavinia Phelps. See No. 35 
II. George, b. 4 July, 1791. m. Eliza Gillett. 

Settled in Sweden, X. Y., d. 27 April 
III. William, b. 15 Feb., 1787, in. Abigail Jon 
No. 2i 
j .1563- IV. Eliza, m. Warren Carver, Ludlow, Ma 
35* V. Obadiah, unra. Killed in Lake Ei 



Sixth Generation. jqi 

3565. VI. Daniel, d. young. 

3566. VII. Benjamin, unm. Settled in West. 

Note. — This record is not very plain, and the last three 
children may be of another family. 

1508. Lavinia Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 7 July, 
1757, married Daniel Pepoon, 28 Dec, 1780, at Hebron, Ct. 
He son of Silas and Ann (Day) Pepoon, and b. Hebron, Ct.. 
6 Nov., 1756. Settled in Stockbridge, Mas.-,., where he died 
1882. She died Hebron, Ct., 1 Nov., 1785. (He m. 2nd 
Elizabeth James, and had nine children by her — James, Por- 
ing, Asa Day, Elizabeth, Mary Emmes, Caroline, Daniel, 
Frederick Hunt, and Marshall. 

Children, b. Stockbridge, Mass.: 

Nancy (Pepoon), b. 9 Aug., 1783, m. David 

Campbell . 

Lavinia " m. William Janes. 

Joseph d. at the South, num. 

1531. Daniel Pinney, b. Stafford, Ct., 17 
Dec, 1 76 1, m. Martha Ward Greene, She daughter of A/.uba 
Ward Greene. 

Children, b. Stafford, Ct.: 



A sea captain in the China trade. 
A sea captain in China trade. 



+3567. 


I 


+ 3568. 


II 


3569. 


III 



3570. 


I. 


Isaac (J 


3571. 


II. 


Ruins 


3572. 


III. 


Phelps 


3573- 


IV. 


Daniel 


3574- 


V. 


Abigail 


3575. 


VI. 


Mary 


3576. 


VII. 


Martha 


3577- 


VIII. 


Sarah 


+ 3578. 


IX. 


Azubah 



" m. John Converse. 

1532. Frederick Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
1749, m. Mary Jones, 13 May, 1779. She was daughter of 
Col. Joel and Margaret (Day) Jones, and was b. Hebron, Ct., 
27 Nov., 1759. where she d. 16 May, 1796. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he d. 30 June, 
1807. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 



392 



Sixth Generation. 



+ 3579- 
+ 3580. 

358i. 



+ 3582. 
+ 3583. 
+ 3584. 

+ 35*5- 



I. Frederick, b. 5 May, 1780, m. Sally Curtis. 
II. Mary, b. 21 July. 1782, m. William Mann. 

III. Joel, b. <S Feb., r 785, unm. A merchant in 

Hebron, removing to N. Y. State, where he 
died, 

IV. Lavinia. b. 19 July, 1788, m. twice. 

V. Salenda, b. 28 June, 1790, m. Aaron Root. 
VI. Electa, b. 26 July, 1793, m. twice. 
VII. Betsey Jones, b. 7 May. 1796, m. Mr. Maynard. 



1535. Jokl Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct. (or Sims- 
bury,) 11 Sept., 1759, m. Susannah Holcomb. b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 2 Oct., 1769, d. Guilford, N. Y., 7 Dec, 1852. She was 
16 years old on the day the British evacuated New York. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Simsbury, Ct.. in that part now 
known as Granby, In 1800 he removed with his family to 
Luzerne, Warren Co., N. Y., where be d. 2<s Sept., 1836. 







Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 


3586 


I. 


Joel, b. 26 Jan., [783, m. Huldah Dean 


3587 


II. 


Oliver. 


3588 


III. 


Ezekiel. 


3589 


IV. 


Heman, 


3590 


V. 


Susannah. 


359 J 


VI. 


Elizabetb. 


3592 


VII. 


Clarissa. 


3593 


VIII. 


Catharine. 


3594 


IX. 


Keziah. 


3595 


X. 


Almira, 



1538. Anna Phelps, b. Litchfield. Ct., 2 Jan., 
1754, m. 12 Jan., 1775, Aaron Seymour, son of Moses and 
Rachel (Goodwin) Seymour. He was b. West Hartford, Ct.. 
4 Mar., 1749, where he settled, and died 20 Aug., 1820, and 
admitted to the church in West Hartford in 1775, His brother, 
Moses Seymour, was grandfather of Gov. Horatio £ ur of 

New York. 

Mr. Seymour was in the Revolutionary Army, and wa- 
Saratoga at the surrender of Burgoyne, 

Children b. West Hartford, Ct.: 



Sixth Generation . 



393 



3596 

3597 
3598 

3599 

3600 

3601 

3602 

3603. 

3604. 



I. Friend (Seymour), b. 19 Oct., 1775, m. Sally 
Moore. 

b. 25 Feb., 1778, m. John 



II. Anna 

Wetmore. . 

III. Edw. Phelps 

Deming. 

IV. Moses D. 

Hart. 
V. Isr 



b. 9 Jan., 17S0, m. Delia 
b. 3 June, 1782, m. Abigail 



b. 29 July, 17S4. m. Sally 
Church, 2nd Lucinda Pierce. 
VI. Rachel Goodwin (Seymour), b. 27 Oct., 1786, 

in. George Coggswell. 
VII. Aaron (Seymour), b. 9 May, 1789, m. Abigail 
Dowd. 
VIII. Clarissa b. 8 Nov., 1791, m. Horace 

Kellogg Se tnour. 
IX. Romanta (Seymour), b. 31 M , m. Julia 

Coggswell. 



1539. Capt. John Phelps, b. Litchfield, Ct., 
3 Mar., 1756, in. 24 Oct., [780, Sally Shether, b. Litchfield, 
Ct., d. there 8 May, 1841 

Mr. Phelps settled in Litchfield, Ct., where he d. 25 Ju 
[833, in his 78th year. He served in the Revolutionary War, 
enlisting in Geri. Waterbury's regiment in 1781,'in Captain 
James Dana's company as ensign, and promoted to lieutenant 
19 Aug,, 17S1, 

Children, b. Litchfi< I c: 
I. Polly Shether, b. 21 April, [781, m. Caleb 

Crosswell. 
II. Edward, b. 17 Dec, 1782, m. Lavinia Forbes 

III. John \\\, b. 9 Sept., 1784, 111. twice. 

IV. Sally, b. 4 July, 1787, m, John C. Riley. No 
issue. 

V. Samuel Shether, b. 13 May, 1793, m, twice, 



+ 3605. 

+ 3606. 

+ 3 6 °7- 
3608. 



+ 3609. 

1541. Deborah Phelps, b. Litchfield, Ct., 24 
Dec, 17.59. m - 2 4 March, '779, Eli Smith, b. Nov. 8, 1751, 

sou of Thomas and Eunice (Russell) Smith. They settled in 
Litchfield, Ct. She died 1843 



39-1- 



.S7.iV// Generation . 



Mr. Smith served in the Revolutionary army, enlisting in 
Col. Beebe's regiment, and Capt. Potter's Co.. as ensign. 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 



3610 


I. 


Lorinda 


(Smith/ 


; b, 11 Oct., 1779. 


3611 


II. 


Thomas 


i < 


b. 22 Oct.. I78I. 


3612 


III. 


Eli 


•i i 


b. 12 Nov., 1783. 


3613 


IV. 


Sally 


1 < 


b. 10 April, 1785. 




V. 


David 


< < 


b. 8Feb., 1788 d. Mich; 


3615 


VI. 


Horace 


i 1 


b. 13 July, i; 


3616 


VII. 


Eunice 


'• 


b. 1 1 Xov., 1791, 


3617 


VIII. 


Phelps 


1 t 


b. 4 Jan., 1794. 


3618 


IX. 


Frederick ' ' 


b. 3 March, 1796. 


3619 


X. 


George Washington (Smith), b. 20 Mar., 179X 


3020 


XI. 


Clarissa 


(Smith), 


b. 23 May, 1800. 



1544. Sarah Phelps, b. Litchfield. Ct.. 4 Oct.,. 
1766, m. David Pierpont, 20 June, 1787. 



1621 



o u -' 

3622 


II. 


Robert 




III. 


Edward 


3624 


IV. 


Warren 


3625 


V. 


Sarah 


3626 


VI. 


William 


3627 


VII. 


Charles 


3628 


VIII. 


John 


3629 


IX. 


Laura 



Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 
I. David (Pierpont), b. 19 Dec, 1778. 

b. 4 May, 1791. 
b. 1 July, 1793. 
b. 7 June, 1795. 
b. 21 Aug., 1797. 
b. 31 Jan., 1800. 
b. 22 May, 1X02. 
b. 10 Sept., 1805. 
b. 12 Sept., 1 sos. 

1552. Sergt. John Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct.. 
[9 Oct.. 1757. m. Bersheba Huxford, who probably d. si 
after birth of child. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he died. He was 
a soldier in the Revolutionary war. 

Child, b. Hebron. Ct.: 

+ 3630. I. Dudley, b. 25 Jan., •; . m, Lucretia Parle 

1553. Obadiah Phelps b. Hebron. Ct. 2 
Jan., 1759, m. Arminda Phelps, 28 Aug.. 1783. She was 
daughter of Joshua Phelps, and was b. Hebron, Ct., 12 Jan.. 
1765, d. 27 May, 1831. Ste No. 191 



Sixth Generation. 395 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., removing from there to 
He served in the Revolutionary Army, enlisting in the 



3631- 


I 


3632- 


II 


3633- 


III 


3634- 


IV, 


3635- 


V 



Company of Artificers under Capt. Horton in 1778. 

Children : 

Hannah, m. Oliver Birge or James Younglove. 

Tydia. 

Arminda, m. Adnay Van Horn. 

Ruby, m. Homer Phelps. See No. 4391. 

Desire, m. Sears. 

3636. VI. Cynthia, m, Skenahan. 

1554-. Jared Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 15 Oct., 
1760, m. Rowena Fuller, 23 Sept., 1784. She was sister to 
his brother Nathan's wife, and was b. Hebron, Ct., d. Smith- 
field, Bedford Co., Pa., 14 May, 1S42. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Hebron, Ct.. where he resided Up 
to 1804,' when he removed to Becket, Mass., and from there 
to vSmithfield, Pa., where he was one of the first settlers, and 
where he d. 13 Aug., 1827, in his 67th year. Says his grand- 
son, Augustus, son of Augustus": ' My father, then (1811) 
about 15 years old. was the teamster and conductor of the 
party that emigrated from Becket, Mass., to Penn. They 
traveled with two yoke of oxen, and a common cart, arriving 
late in the fall, when soon iter Mary died, and was buried 

in the dense forest, under the trees. This was in short the 
beginning of -Smithfield, in this part of the state." 

Soon after locating, probably the next year, the Phelps 
family, with others of the same faith, began to look around 
for a location for a church. After viewing a number of hill- 
tops, the location then thought advisable for a church, an offer 
was made by Jared Phelps of two acres for a Congregational 
church and burying ground, providing the settlers, then but 
few and very poor, would help to build the church, and within 
a year a neat little framed house was erected, and paid for, 
and around said house and lot now stands the prosperous vil- 
lage of vSmithfield. On this lot was buried, in the first year 
of their settlement, one of Mr. Phelps's daughters. 

Mr. Phelps served in the Revolutionary Arm}', enlisting in 
Capt William Judd's Co., 3rd Regiment Conn. Line, 25 Mar., 



jp6 Sixth Generation. 

1777, for three years, appointed Fife Maj., 19 April, 1779, 
mustered out 25 March. 1780, enlisted again on 25 July, 17 i 
as Fife Maj. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct., except last two. 

+ 36,37. I. John, b. 8 July, 1785, m. Phebe Smith. 

+ 3638. II. Rebecca, b. 12 June, 1787, m. George Thomas. 

+ 3639. III. Jared. b, 24 Jan.. 1789, m. Eliza Hackett. 

+ 364(1. IV. Ralph, b. 20 Dec, 1790, m. Ksther Rudd. 

3641. V, Mary, b. 4 Oct., 1792, unm., d. 3 Dec, 181 1. 

3642. VI. Sarah, b. 19 Feb., 1795, d. 7 Jan., iS 

+ 3643. VII. Augustus, b. 19 Nov.. 1796, in. Abigail 

Hackett. 
+ 3644. VIII. Wealthy, b. 10 Oct., 1:801, m. Gordun Wilcox. 
+ 3645. IX. William, b. Becket, Mass., 7 Aug.. 1804, m. 

Harriett Tuttle. 
+ 3646. X. Henry, b. Becket, Mass., 7 Aug., 1806, m. 

Phebe Wheeler. 

1555. Norman Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct.. 8 Nov., 

1763. m. 23 Xov., 1784, Sarah Cole, daughter of Kbenezer Jr. 
and Abigail (Wise) Cole. (She of Goshen, Ct., he of Lebanon, 
Ct.) She b. Lebanon, Ct., 14 April, 1765. 

Xote. — Ebenezer Cole, Jr., died in Lebanon, Ct., of small- 
pox and was buried on his farm. His will, date! 15 May, 
1777. proved 25 Dec, 1777. mentions wife Abigail, sons Jon- 
athan and Amasa. daughters Ruby, Bersheba. Sarah, Asenath, 
Lucy and Percy. Distribution of property 17 March, 17S9, to 
sons Jonathan, eldest, Amasa. and daughters Ruby Mann, 
Bersheba Bliss, Asenath Richardson, Percy Cole, Sarah Phe! 
and Lucy Cole. 

1556. Nathan Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., 31 
Dec, 1765, m. Abigail Fuller. 6 April, 1786. Six- • ster 
of his brother Jared's wife, and was b. Hebron, Ct.. 25 Xov.. 
1766, d. Becket, Mass., 5 April, 1853, aged 87 ye.. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Becket, Mass., where he d. 5 Nov., 
1S41, in his 76th year. 

Children, b. Becket, Mass 

+ 3647. I. Cynthia, b. 16 Jan., 1787. m. Barber. 

3648. II. Abigail, b. 19 July, 1789. d. 18 Aug.: 1791. 



Sixth Generation. jq~ 

+ 3649. III. Abigail, b. 26 May, 1791, m. Thomas Lester.. 

3650. IV. Alvah, b. 5 June, 1793, d. 22 Aug., 1793. 

3651. V. Nathan, b. 19 Aug., 1794, m., had no issue.. 

3652. VI. Elizabeth, b. 3 June, 1797, num., d. 15 May, 

1857. 
+ 3 6 53- VII. Harvey, b. 19 March, 1800, m. twice. 

3654. VIII. Dudley, b. to June, 1802, d. 9 Aug., 1817. 

3655. IX, Demise, b. 5 Oct., 1804, m. Newton Mather, 

of Becket. Had one child, who died, aged 

4 years. 
+ 3656. X. Benjamin, b. 14 July, 1807, m. Beulah S. Pitt. 

+ 3657. XI. Alvah, b. 2 Aug., 1810, m. Mary J. Hersey. 

1558. Rev. Dudley Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
8 March, 1 77 1 , m. Cynthia Phelps, 23 Dec, 1795. It does not 
appear she had any children by Mr. Phelps. See No. 1919. 

She was b. May 8, 1766. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps studied theology, settled in Michigan, and 

soon died. Probably moved to Belchertown, Mass., where 

Doolitl Book of Belchertown, Mass., says he died 1820, 

d 48 years, and where his widow. Cynthia, m. for ?udhus- 

id Eldad Parsons, 1821. His nephew, Dudley Phelps 
graduated at Vale in 1823, Andover Seminary 1 S --? 7 , and when 
there hailed from Belchertown. probably adopted by this uncle. 
See No. 3230. 

1562. Capt. Daniel Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
24 Jan., 1759, m. 16 Jan., 1793, Sally Bliss, b. 18 Mar., 1771, 
d. Jan., 1846, daughter of Hezekiah Bli<-,. 

Mr. Phelps, soon after marrying, settled in Dexter Mich,,, 
where he d. in 1853, in his 94th year. 

Children, b. Dexter, Mich.: 
3658. I. Augustus, b. 1794. 

,;(\S9. II. William, 

3660. III. Ralph. 

3661. IV. Martin. 

3662. V Sarah, in. Benjamin Bliss. 

3663. VI. Fanny, b. 1N12. Settled in Buffalo, N. Y. 

3664. VII. John. 

Note. — First two children b, probably Hebron, Ct. 



j( ? Sixth Generation. 

1564. Erastus Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct.. 15 
Jan., 1763, m. April, 1S01, Polly Yeomans, b. Stoningtou, Ct.. 
1776, d. Hebron, Ct., 25 Aug., 1850, in her 74th year. 

Mr. Phelps served in the Revolutionary Army, and was a 
pensioner from Conn, in 1832, recorded as residing in Tolland 
at that time. 

Children, b. Hebron. Ct.: 

+ 3665. I, Charles C, b. 1802. 

3666. II. Mary Ann, b. 1S04, d. 1805. 

+ 3667. III. Erastus R., b. 31 Jan.. iSo6, m. . 

+ 3668. IV. Henry A., b. 1808. m. Harriett Dodge. 
+ 3669, V. George G., b. 15 Dec, 1809. m. Mary Pa| 

+ 3670. VI. Sarah Ann, b. 19 April, 1815, m. Samuel H. 

Harris. 
+ 3671. VII. Alfred \V., b. 12 July. 1818, m. Mary A. 

Bunnell. 

1565. Ozias Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct. 1764,111. 
Moore. 

Mr. Phelps settled probably in Bloomfield, Ct. 

Children, b. Bloomfield. Ct.: 
I. Andrew ()., b. March, 1S20. 



3672 

3673 
3674 
3675 
3676 



II. William, b. 1^3. 

III. Henry B., b. 1 

IV. Ozias. 
V. Gordon. 



1569. Alexander Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
1773, .111. Elizabeth Eno, 12 Dec. i ;-.-,. She daughter or' Jon- 
athan and Mary (Hart) Eno, and b. Simsbury, Ct.. 9 A 
1 j\ -,. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where twoof hischildren 
were born, removing from there to Dexter, Mich., where he 
d. in 18 :d 95 years. He was a farmer. Possibly m. 2nd 

Margaret Bigelow, who d. Dexter. 1871. 

Children : 

177. I. Norman A., b. Hebron, Ct.. m. . 

+ 31 II. Edward, b. " m. . 



-1 



Sixth Gene'ration. 399 

79. III. Oxias, b. Dexter, Mich. Had a son, Andrew. 

3680. IV. Cyrus, b. 

3681. V. Eli, b. " Had a daughter, 

Eleanor. 
-+3682. VI. Amos, b, " 2 July, 1824, tn. Eliz- 

abeth Jacy. 

3683. VII. Benjamin, b. " 

3684. VIII. Sophia, b. 
,85. IX. Adaliue, b. 

3686. X. , b. " " d. in infancy. 

3687. XI. , b. d. in infancy. 

1570. John Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 1781, m. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he d. 1862. 
Children, b. Hebron Ct.: 

3688. I. Albert, b. 1822, d. 1X42, unm. 
36! H. John, b. 1824, d. 1849, unm. 

3690. III. Lucy Ann, b. 1830. 

3691. IV. Emily, b. 1X32, m. Buck. Settled in 

Hebron . 

1572. Roger Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., j Oct., 
._>, m. Anna Jones, 1 Feb., 1787. Sh LUghter of 

Ezekiel Jones, and was b. Saybrdok, Ct., 20 March, ] d. 

Hebron, Ct., 2 F< ; 1 821. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he d. 8 Sept., 
1S46, in his 60th year. Mr. Phelps was selectman for main- 
years, member of the State Legislature several times, and del- 
te to the state convention for revising the Constitution. 
Children, b. Hebron. Ct.: 

+ 3 6 9 2 - I- Anna, b. 29 Nov.. 1787, m. Col. Andrew 

Mann. 

+ ;  H. Betsey, b. 25 Sept., 1790, m. Allyn Knap]- 

r-3694. III. Maria, b. x March, 1793, m. Reuben Mann. 

IV. Henry Jones, b. 1 Dec, 1795, m. twb 

+" 3 6 ' V Rachel, b. m Jan., 1799, m. Flavel Phelps. 

+ 36 VI. Clarissa, b. 31 (Jet.. 1801, m. . - d R. W 

+■3698. VII. Roger L., m. Elizabeth Strong. 

3699. VIII. Laura, b. 12 Apr., [805, ~ . , 

Apr.. [805. ' ln P lets - 

3700. IX, Louisa, d. 28 April, 1805. 



937940 A 



joo Sixth Generation, 

+ 3701. X. Laura Louisa, b. 29 Aug., 1809, 111. John F. 

Clark. 

1575. David Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 26 Dec, 
1768, m. 9 Jan., 1795, Jerusha Hosford, b. Hebron, Ct., d. 
Colchester, N. Y. , in 1801. He married 2nd Sarah Hosford, 
1803. She was sister of his first wife, and was b, Hebron. Ct. 
Mr. Phelps graduated at Yale in class of 1793, studied law, 
and settled in Colchester, Delaware Co., X. Y., where he prac- 
ticed law for man)- years, and where he d. 20 Oct.. 1851, in 
his 83rd year. 

Child by 1st wife : 

3702. I. David, b. Colchester, N. Y., d. young. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Colchester, X. Y.: 

3703. II. Jerusha, b. 1803. 

+ 3704. III. Maria L., b. 1804, m. T. Elwood. 
+ 3703. IV. Juliet, m. P. P. Mann. 

+ 371 V. George H., b. 1808, m. Abigail Phelps, No. 

7266. 
3707. VI. Susan, b. 1810, m. D. Elwood. No issue. 

1577. Anna Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 9 Aug., 

1774, m. Capt. Eliphaz Hunt. He was sou of Capt. Eliphaz 
and Hannah (Stiles) Hunt, and was b. Hebron, Ct.. [8 April, 
1772. She died 9 April, 1880. 

Children : 
— (Hunt). 



77-- 


bne die 


37o8 


I. 


5709 


II. 


37'° 


III. 


37ii 


IV. 


37*2 


V. 


37 13 


VI. 


3714 


VII. 



157S. Aaron Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 22 April. 
1768, m. 10 June, 1801, Eunice Gurley. b. Hebron, Ct.. 1 
Jan., 1775, d. (> June, 1802, daughter of Israel and Eunice 
(Marvin) Gurley. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he d. 16 D 
. in his 90th year, leaving two children. H^ was a farmer. 



Sixth Generation. j.01 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
+ 3715. I. Gurley, b. 8 Aug., 1 803, m. Anna Eliza Sperry. 

+ 3716. II, David, b. 10 Sept., 1807, m. Elizabeth Tully 

Whittlesey. 

1579. Abigail Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 21 
May, 1770, m, 12 May, 1796, Hezekiah Golt. b. Hebron, Ct., 
where he settled and died, and where his wife died. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

3717. I. L/Ucinda (Golt), b. 10 June, 1790, m. 

Snow. Settled in western New York. 

3718. II. Daniel (Golt), b. 10 July, 1793, m. . A 

lawyer of Paradox, Essex Co., N. Y. . and 
represented his district in U. S. Congress. 
Settled, in Syracuse. 

3719. III. Abigail (Golt), b. 1 Dec, 1796, in. Dr. Saver. 
3720 IV. Hezekiah b. 26 Jan., 1800. Settled in 

Hebron. 

3721. V. Chauncey " b. 17 May, 1802. Settled in 

Hebron. 

15S0. Amelia Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., in 
1775, in. Samuel Golt. He was brother of the husband of his 
wife's sister, Abigail. 

They settled in Hebron, Ct., where she died. (He married 
2nd Mindweil Phelps, and removed to N. Y. State. See 1585,) 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

3722. I. John (Golt). b. about 1800. Settled in Ogden, 

X. Y. 

3723. II. Amelia " Settled in Springwater, N. Y. 
3724- HI. Samuel " Settled in Ogden, N. Y. 
3725, IV. Francis " Settled in New Orleans, La. 

1583. Alpheus Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
May, 177s, m. Hannah Porter, who d. in Dockport, N. Y., in 
1863. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lockport. N. Y., where he d. previous 
to 1863. 

Children, b. Lockport, N. Y.: 
5726. I. Randolph. Settled in New York State. 

(2G) 



jo 2 Si. xth Gen era Hon . 

3727. II. Edward. Settled in Cambridge. N. Y. 

372S. III. Eveline, m. Mr. Jenkins. Settled in Pem- 
broke, N. Y., where she d. 23 Nov., 1856. 

1584. Alfred Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 8 May, 
1780, m. 3 Nov., 1818, Clarissa Walden, who d. in Lockport, 
N. Y. 

Mr. PhelpV settled in Lockport, N. Y., where he died. 

Children, b. Lockport. N. Y.: 
+ 3729. I. Maria Eucy, b. 1 Jan., 1820, m. - —Webber. 

3730. IE Nathan Walden, b. 23 June, 1S23. m. Har- 

riett E. Marwin. No issue. Settled in Lock- 
port, N. Y. 
+ 3731. III. Louisa K., b. 26 Feb., i*2f\ m. Erastus B. 

Weaver, 
r 3732. IY, Henry W., b. 21 June, 1829, m. twice. 

1585. Mindwku, Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
about 17.S2.n1. Samuel Golt. He was born in Hebron, Ct., 
and had married for his 1st wife Amelia, his 2nd wife's sister. 
See.isSo. Soon after this 2nd marriage he removed to New 
York State, and from there to Indiana. 

Child : 
3733. I. Luciuda (Golt), b. New York, m. Mr. Butler. 

Settled in Wisconsin. 

1588. Dr. David Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
about 1758, m. Elizabeth Roj 

When young he removed with his father and family to 
Wyoming, Pa., and was severely wounded in the battle and 
mas-acre of Wyoming. Was a graduate of Yale, studied med- 
icine, went to San Domingo, and was there during the French 
Massacre ; went from there to Mississippi, in 1807 to L01 
iana. and in 1813 to Texas, with Augustus Magee as -on 

in the army. He was capture . -;>aniards at Spanish 

BlufEs, and finally released at San Antonio, from where he 
walked to the Washita River in Lou. 

Children : 
+-t,i-za. I. Henrv Candler, b. Putnam County, G 



j 



about 1802, m. Sarah Hart-horn. 



Sixth Generation. 403 

+ 3735. [I. Luman. b. Victoria, Texas, [804, m. 

+ 3735a. III. Truman, b. Uniontown, Miss., Aug. 17, 1806, 
111. Cornelia McNamee. 
3735b. IV. Falby H., b. near Milledgeville, Ga.,Xov. 11, 

111. twice. 
3735c. V. Joseph. 
373 5 d. VI. 
3735e- VII. 
3735f- VIII. 

373 5g- IX - 
3735I1. X. 

1589. Aaron Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., m. 
30 Sept., 1784, Triphena Phelps in Barkhamsted, Conn. Mr. 
Phelps settled in Barkhamsted, Ct., where he d. [9 Juiy,i8i6. 

Children b Barkhamsted, Ct.: 

I. Aaron, b. 18 Jan , 17S6. 

+ 3737. II. Chauncey,b.2 March, [794, m. Sally Shepard. 

3738. III. S me b. 9 March, 1 797. 

3739. [V. Elihu, b. \2 Pel)., 1*07. 

1594. Ale? r Phelps., b, Goshen, Ct., 

July, 1768. Remove ; -• ith his father to South Hero, Vt., in 
[783, m. . arl, ab 

Mr. Phelps settled in South Hero, Vt., where he died, 
 1 842, m his 75th year. 

Ch , b. South Pi .to. Vt.: 

374 - I. Tii. b about 17g4.n1. [st, Rhoda Grant, 

md I »y Whittemore. No issue. 
+ 3741. II. m. Nathaniel Hodge 

+ 37.12. III. A aph, b. [7 . [79 , m. Sophia Pearl. 

+ 374, IV.  1 :ia, m.. Lorenzo "B 

■4. V. Laura, m. Jacob Rober - Settled in Milton. 

Chittenden Co., Vt. 

1505. \;\:r Phelps, b. Goshen, Ct., 4 

2m< »vith his father and family to Norfolk, * 

Ct., and from there I nth Hero, Vt., in [780, m. Petse} - 

Pari, who I nth Hero, \'t. She was dam h 1 Hugh 

Graham of Hi] X. H. He served in the Revolu- 



4°4 



Sixth Generation. 



tionary War. He m. for 2nd wife, Catherine Stark, daughter 
of Capt. John Stark. She was b. South Hero. Yt., where she 
died. 

He was an active and influential man. holding town offices 
formany years,, and representing his town in the Vermont 
Legislature for two years. He d. South Hero. 



+ 3745- 



3746 

: 3747 

+ 374* 

5749 
+ 375o 



375i' 



-t- 


375- 


+ 


St 30 




3754 


+ 




1 


3756 


f 


3757 



+ 3758 

+ 3759 

+ 376o 

376i 

3762 



Children by 1st wife, b. South Hero, Yt. 

I. Huldah, b. 12 June. 1795. 111. Horace Lamp- 
son. 
II. Lucy, b. 1798, m. Campbell. 

III. Nancy, b. 1S00, m. Guy Shepherd. 

IV. John, b. 2 Feb., 1802, m. twice. 
V. Guy, m. Lydia Deuseubury. 

VI. Orange, b. 27 March, 1806, m. Maria Phelps, 
No. 3806. 

VII. Betsey, b. 1807, m. Anderson, Settled 

in Canada West. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. South Hero. Yt.: 

VIII. Heman, b. 21 July, 1809, m. Phebe Chi! - 
IX. Abel, b. 15 Jan., 1S11. m. Eunice Child.-. 
X. Ursula, b. 3 May. 1M4, m. William E. Phelps. 
See 3805. 
XI. Mary, b. 3 June, 1816, m. Rev, Levi Potter. 
XII. Lorinda, b. 6 Aug., [817, m. Beril Robei 

XIII. Phebe. b. 23 April, 1*19. m. Rev. Samuel 

Hughes. 

XIV. Silly, b. 9 Jan.. 2 m. Alexander Samps 
XV. George, b. 20 June, 1S22. m. LucretiaW 

low . 
XVI. Samuel, b. 20 March, 1N24. m. Fanny Lamp- 
in, 
XVII. Benajah, b. 31 March, 1825. d. you-., 
XVIII. Henry H. d. young:. 



1590. Abel Phelps, b. Goshen. Ct.. 28 April, 
1774, removed with his father and family to Norfolk, Ct.. and 
from there in 17 So to South Hero, Yt., m. Polly Pelton, b. 19 
May, 1778, d. at Alburgh, Vt. (His first child, Abel, was not 
by Polly Pelton.) 






Sixth Generation. /05 

Mr. Phelps settled in Alburgh, \ r t., where he died. 
Children, b. Alburgh, Vt., except first : 

+ 3763. I. Abel, b. South Hero, Vt., 1789, m. 

+ 3764, II. Benajah, b. March 25, 1800, m. Asenath 

Fletcher. 

+ 3765. III. Samuel M., b. March 25, 1S06, ra. Catharine 
A. Hoxie. 

+ 3766. IV. Marcellus, b. 181 1. m. Euphrasia Russell. 

+ 3767- V. Algernon Sidney, b. 14 April, 1813, in. Eliza- 

beth A. Thomas. 

+ 3768. VI. Olivia, b. 1S15, m. George S. Cooper. 

+ 3769. VII. Marietta, b. 1816, m. Thomas Fletcher. 

1508. Lucy Phhlps, b. Goshen, Ct., 20 Aug., 
1780, m. Steven Pixley. Settled in South Hero, Vt., where 
he died, and where his wife died. 

Children : 

I. Caroline (Pixley), b. South Hero, Vt. 

tl. Betsey " b. 

III. David " b. 

IV, Polly " b. 
V. Argild " b. 



3/7" 
377' 
3772 
3773 
5774 



1599. Dr. Elish a Phelps, b. Goshen, Ct., 13 
Sept., 1762, m. 1st Molly Bartlett, at Chatham, Ct., 8 March, 
1787. She was born in 1764, and divorced from her husband, 
having one child, of whom she was given control, and with 
whom she lived after his marriage, and with whom she died. 
She did not marry again. For the last twenty-five years of 
her life she was blind. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Chatham, now Portland, Ct. Shortly 
after his divorce he removed to Peacham, Vt., and married 
Susan Eastman about 1796. She was of Hanover, N. H. 

Mr. Phelps, after removing to Peacham, Vt., practiced med- 
icine there for many years, and was a prominent physician in 
that locality. He d. there 4 April, 1829. 

Child by 1st wife : 
+ 3775. I. Charles B., b. Chatham, Ct., 31 May, 1788, 

m. twice. 



fo6 



Sixth Generation, 



Children by 2nd wife, b. Peacham, Vt.: 

+ 3776. II. Francis Eastman, b. 16 Oct.. 1798, m. twice. 

+ 3777. III. Laura Amelia, b. 1801, m. Ruf us Emerson. 

+ 3778. IV. Susannah Maria, m. Bigelow. . 

+ 3779- ^ T • Edward Elisha, b. 24 April, [803, m. Phe 

Foxcroft Lyon. 
3780. VI. Mary Ehnira, b. 14 April, 1803, d. 1865, 111. 

1st , 2nd Rollin Richmond, an editor, of 

vSt. Louis, Mo. No issue. 

1600. Oliver Phelps, b. Goshen. Ct.. 17 
March, 1764, m. 1st. 5 Feb., 17*3. in Norfolk, Ct.. Sarah 
Miner, who d. in Barkhamsted, Ct., 11 Dec, 1801. She 
joined the Congregational church in Winsted, Ct., 29 Aug., 
1709. He married 2nd Olive Wood, at Barkhamsted, Ct., 1 
March, 1802. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Barkhamsted, Ct., where his first wife 
d. and where most of his children were born. He joined the 
Congregational church, Winsted, Ct., 19 Jan., [806, when he 
removed to Johnsbury, Vt., where he died at an advanced 

Children by 1st wife: 

I. Abigail, b. Norfolk, Ct., d. in infancy. 
II. Abigail, b. " " 1 Aug., 1786, d. 

young. 
III. Sarah, b. Barkhamsted, Ct., 7 Feb., 1791, m. 
Ephraim Paddock. 

Children by 2nd wife. b. Barkhamsted Ct, 

1\". Elkanah, b. 17 June, [804, d. 3 Now. 1- 
Bpt. Cong, church. Winsted. 2 Pel)., li 
V. Mar}-, b. 19 June. bpt. Winsted G 

Church 27 July, [806. 
VI. Olive, b. 30 June, 1 I. 4 July, 

Twins. 



378i. 
3782. 

+ 3783- 



37 s 4 
3785 



37*6 
3787 



5788 
3789 



180 
VII. Aurelia, b. 30 Ju d. in 

infancN . 

VIII. Olive, b. 20 April, 1811. 

IX. Orilla. b. 7 June, 1804. 



1601. Elkanah Phelps, ! irfolk, Ct 

Jan., 1775, m. Anna Maria Chandler, who d. early in li. 



Si. r th Gc n e ra tio n, / o 7 

Mr. Phelps was anxious to study for the law, but was 
opposed by his father. Early in life he removed to Vermont, 
and studied medicine with his brother, Dr. Elisha. Eater in 
life he was in the mercantile business, and removed to Stone- 
bridge, e. w. 

Children, b. Windsor, Vt.: 

+ 3790. I. Mary. m. Hon. James Paddock. 

+ 3791. II. Susan, b. Jan. 13, 1816, m. Seth F. Cowles, 

1602. Zerah Phelps, b. Chatham, Ct., or 
Norfolk, Ct., 1776, bapt. Dec. 2. 1776. Winchester records. 

In the Annals of Oneida Co., in folio 1792, p. 402, is upon 
. the formation of Herkimer Co., N. Y., "Zerah Phelps, then 
of Greenwood, N. Y., had his hired man build a house. It 
was constructed of logs and about 20 rods southeasterly of the 
residence of the late Jesse O'Neill, and about one mile in the 
same direction from the Centre. There was an ancient elm 
nee." in front of the house, which was standing a few years 
since. 

In July, 1S03, Mrs. Zerah Phelps became the mother of a 
daughter, the first white child born in the town of Sauger- 
field, and in the first residence in the town." 

Mr. Phelps soon left this place and settled in Batavia. He 
was also a member of the first Grand Jury, west of the Gen- 
esee River. 

Children : 

3792. I. Harriett, b. Attica Centre, N. Y,, 5 July, 1S03, 

3793. II. A daughter. 

3794. III. A daughter. 

1605. Salmon Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 21 Jan., 
1772, removed with his father and uncle to South Hero. Vt., 
in [788, where his uncle Abel had removed a few years before, 
where he settled and married, 25 June, 1795, Ruth Pelton, b. 
25 June 1774, d. South Hero, Vt., 25 June, 1795. 

Mr. Phelps d. South Hero, Vt., 17 Oct., 1836, 111 his 66th 
year. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

3795. I. Eliza, b. 11 May, 1796, d. 9 March, 1814, 

unni. 



joS Sixth Generation. 

+ 3796. II. Belinda, b. 29 May, 1798, m. Amos Blodgett. 

"^3797- IIT. Minerva, b. 18 June, 1801, m. Abner B. 

Landon. 
+ 37o8 > __^_IV^_Cassitts..M. ) b. 23 Jan,, 1804, m. Thankful S. 

Weeks. 

3799, V. Sally Ann, b. 13 Sept., 1S10, d March, 1-847, 

nmn. 

1606. Sylvester Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
April 11, 1775, removed with his father and uncle to South 
Hero, Vt., in 17S8, where he settled and married. 

Mr. Phelps died in South Hero, Yt.. where his wife died. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

3800. I. Ovid. 

3 So 1. II. Betsey, m. James Hill. 

+ 3802. III. Sally, m. Charles Landon. 

3803. IV. Probably d. young, 

1609. Joseph Phelps, b. Goshen, Ct., about 
1771, m. 1 st, Miriam Bingham, who d. South Hero, Vt. 

He m. 2nd, Clara Pearl, daughter of Timothy Pearl. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to South Hero, 
where he settled and died. 

Children, b, South Hero, Vt., by rst wife: 

3804. I. Pallas, b. 2bout 1800. Probably m. and set- 

tled in Wisconsin. 
-+3805. II. William E., b. 25 March [807, m. Ursula 

Phelps. Xo. 5754. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

3806. III. Maria, b. 20 April. 1811, m. Orange Phel 
See No. 3750. 
— 3807. IV. Timothy, m. three times. 

3808. V. Jane, m, Erastus Wilber. 

KilO. Helen Phelps, b. Goshen, Ct about 
1774, m. about 1800, David Taylor. Settled in South Hero, 
where he died. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 



Sixth Generation. fop 



3809. 


I. 


Stephen (Taylor). 


3810. 


II. 


Ceylon 


3811. 


III. 


Sevedia 


3812. 


IV. 


Sarah Ann " 


3813, 


V. 


Sebastian 


3814- 


VI. 


Solon 


3815- 


VII. 


Seth 


3816. 


VIII. 


Sylvester ' ' 


3817: 


IX. 


Hnldah 


3818. 


X. 


L,anra 



Most of this family are married, have families and settled in 
west. 

1613. Frederick Phelps, b. Goshen, Ct., 
abont 1782, removed with his father to South Hero. Vt., m. 
Martha Thompson. 

Mr. Phelps settled in South Hero, where he died. 

Child : 
19. I Frederick, b. South Hero, Vt., between 1805 

and 1815. 

1614. Lura Phelps, b. either in Goshen, Ct., 
or South Hero, Vt., about 1787, m, Alonzo Halley. Settled 
in South Hero, Vt., where he died. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

5820. I. Helen (Halley). 

3821. II. Charles 

3822. III. Mary Ann " 

3823. IV. Minerva 

3824. V, Florella " 

1639. Fvdia Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 12 Oct., 
1766, m. 5 Sept., 1785, William Peters, b. Hebron, Ct,, 11 
May, 1764, where he first settled. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

3825. I. William (Peters), b. 13 May, 1786. 
3S26. II. Fydia " b. 5 Jan.. 17 

•7. III. Daniel " b. 25 Sept., 1790. 



jio Sixth Generation^ 

1640. Lucy Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 23 Nov., 
1768, m. Sanford Horton, 30 Aug., 1789. Settled in Glaston- 



Children : 



iry, Ct. 




3828. 


I. 


3829. 


II. 


3830. 


III. 


3831- 


IV. 


3832. 


V. 


3833. 


VI. 


3834. 


VII. 


3835- 


VIII. 


3836. 


IX. 



164-1. Mary Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 2 Sept., 
1771, m. 3 Sept., 1794, Isaac Dunham, b. 6 Jan... 1765. 

He settled in Hebron, Ct., on the Ichabod Phelps home- 
stead. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

3837. I, Isaac Austin (Dunham), b. 13 Jan., 1796. 

3838. II. Cyrus, " b. 31 Dec, 1708. 

3839. III. Sophia b. 1 Feb., [8 

3840. IV. Henry, b. 28 Feb., 1806, m. Abby Horton. 

Settled in 111. 

164-5. Thomas Post, l>. Hebron, Ct., 3 April, 
1763, m. Miss Hall. Settled in Colebrook, Ct. 

Children, b. Colebrook. Ct.: 



3841. 


I. 


Clarissa (Post). 


3 s 42. 


II. 


Betsev 


3843- 


III. 


:ny 


3844- 


IV. 


Esther 



1647. Ichabod Post, b. Hebron, Ct., 31 Au. 
[768, m. Adonna R. Root. b. Hebron, Ct.. 27 March. 1772. 

Mr. Post settled in Hillsdale. X. Y., where he died 2 June, 
1847, and where his wife died 1 July, 1842. 

Children, b. Hillsdale. X. Y. 



Sixth Genera Hon . 



in 



I. Lillian (Post), b. 25 May, 1795. 
b. 14 June. 1797. 
b. 13 Dec, 1799. 
b. 1 Feb., [S02. 
b. 30 March, 1S04. 
" b. 30 March. 181 18. 



1652. Samuel Post, b. Hebron, Ct., 26 April, 
1775, 111. 18 Jan., 1 So 1. Lucy Rollo, at Stephentown, N. Y. 
She b. Hebron, Ct., 4 Jan., 1778, d. 22 May, 1845, at Ypsi- 
lanti, Mich. 

Mr. Post settled in Stephentown, N. Y., where he died. 



3845 


1. 


Lillian 


3846 


II. 


Milton 


3847 


III. 


Abisha, 


3848 


IV. 


Otis 


3*49 


V. 


Leander 


3850 


VI. 


Lucy 


3851 


VII. 


Henry 



3852. 
3853. 



Children, b. Stephentown, N. Y.: 

I. Wjlliam Rollo (Post), b. 22 Nov., 1801. 
II. Lucy Ann " b. 9 Nov., 1S07, mini. 



1(>">3. Jeremiah Post, b. Hebron, Ct.. 16 
March. 1777, m. Polly Hammond, b, Hebron, Ct., 17S4, d. 
Vernon, Ct., 17 Dec, 1848, in her 64th year. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 

3854. I. Jeremiah (Post), b, 9 Sept., 1802, 111. Amanda 

Merrill. 

3855. II. Caroline " b. Hebron, Ct. , 27 Feb., 1806, 

m. William Hutchinson of Gilead. 

3856. III. Samuel E., b. Hebron, Ct., 14 Sept., 1817, 

m. a Methodist minister in New York. 

1055. Fi.dad Post, b. Hebron, Ct., 21 March, 
1780, m. 1st Rachel Ford, 21 July, 1804. She was daughter 
of James and Rachel (Backus) Ford, and was b. Richmond, 
Mass., 21 July, 1781, and died Lenox, 15 Sept., 1830, without 
issue. 

He married 2nd Nancy Ford, 20 Oct., 1833. She was 
daughter of Dea. Nathaniel and Caroline (Reese) Ford, and 
wash. Richmond, Mass., 21 Aug., 1797. Her parents were 
originally from Berkshire, N. Y. She d. at Lenox. 

Mr. Post, on 2 Nov., 1S00, removed with his elder brother, 
Samuel, who was a hatter by trade, to Stephentown, N. V. 



j.12 Sixth Generation. 

He was with his brother two years learning the hatter's trade. 
On 2 Nov., 1802, he removed to Lenox. Mass., where he pur- 
sued the business of hat-making, in connection with farming. 
He died in Lenox, and was buried with his family in the 
Lenox cemetery. 

Mr. Post was a man of strong mind, decided in all his views 
and very orthodox in his religious faith, and was an acti 
church worker, serving as deacon for many years under Dr. 
Shepard's pastorate at Lenox. 

Children, b. Lenox. Mass.: 

3857. I. Thomas (Post), b. 16 Aug.. 1834, m. Eliza- 

beth Porter. Is a prominent lawyer, lias 
been representative, and is now (1899) in 
state senate, and resides in Lenox on old 
homestead. 

3858. II. An infant daughter (Post), b. 11 April, 1836, 

d. in infancy. 

3859. III. Catharine Maria (Post), b. 3 Aug., 1838, d. 5 

June, 1839. 

1(>S1. Shubael Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., [8 
Dec, 1744,111. Miriam Barnard, b. Windsor, Ct, , 7 May, 17- 
d. Aurora, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Windsor, Ct., where he n 
up to 1794, and where all except the youngest of his children 
were born, when with his family and brother Seth, he renin 
to Aurora, N. Y., where his youngest child was born, and 
where he died, 

He served in the Revolutionary war, enlisting in Col. V. 
cott's regiment, Capt. Haines's Co. 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.. except last : 

60. I. Arthur, b. 7 April. 1774,111, . ue. 

Was a merchant and hotel keeper in Scipio, 
N. Y. 
+ 3861. II. Chester, b. 8 Nov., 1776. m. Elizabeth B 

man. 
+ 3862. III. Chauncey, b. 31 Dec, 1778, 111. bertha - -, 
63. IV. Thirza, b. 12 Feb., 17 
3864, V. Lebbeus, b. 8 April, 17- 



Sixth Generation. j/j 

3865. VI: Theodore, b. <S Nov., 1784. 

3866. VII. Alice, b. 8 Feb., 1786. 

3867. VIII. Almira. b. 6 Nov., 1788. 

3868. IX. Nancy, b. 1 March, 1792. 

+ 3869. X. Austin, b. Aurora, N. Y., 7 May, 1796, m. 

twice. 

16S'i. Judge Seth Phelps, b. East Windsor, 
Ct., about 1746, m. in 1780, Lucy Ledyard, in Groton, Conn. 
She was daughter of Youngs and Lucy Ledyard, and was b. 
Groton, Ct., 5 July, 1761, d. Aurora, N. Y., 10 Sept., 1796. 
He in. 2nd Sally Pierce, 1797. 

Judge Phelps first settled in New London, Ct., where he 
was engaged in the mercantile business. In 1790 he emigrated 
to Aurora, N. Y. He was Representative in the .State Legis- 
lature several times, and was also Senator two years, and was 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Cayuga Co., in 1807- 
[809. In 1819, lie removed to Parkman, Grange, Co., Ohio, 
where he died March, 1S26. 

Says his son Alfred, in i860, "My father was in Philadel- 
phia, Pa., at the opening of the War of the Revolution. He 
hastened home, joined the army and later was appointed 
Captain, and was attached to Gen. Wayne's Select Brigade, 
or Company and was in the battles of Brandywine, German- 
town Flats, Monmouth, the storming of Stony Point, and at 
the taking of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown." He was a grad- 
uate of Yale, class of 1760. 

Says the record of the Conn, soldiers, " He was 2nd Lieu- 
tenant in the 2nd Conn., Gen. Durkee, in 1776, serving 
for that year. He re-enlisted in 1777, commissioned as 1st 
Lieut., 1st Jan., 1777, promoted Captain, 25 May, 1778, 
severely wounded at storming of Stony Point, 15 July, 1779, 
transferred to Invalid Corps, 26 Oct., 1780. 

In 1779, at the storming of Stony Point, he was Capt. in 
Meigs' Light Infantry, under Gen. Wayne. This company 
was selected by Gen. Washington especially to serve at the 
front, and more especially to serve at the capture of Stony 
Point. This Corps was composed of picked men from all the 
Regiments then under Gen. Washington's command. Capt. 
Phelps is recorded in this fight as wounded in the arm and 



/// Sixth Generation. 

disabled, and transferred to the Invalid Corps, i Nov.,. 
17S0, discharged in '82, and remained an invalid through 
life. 

He is recorded in the Society of the Cincinnati, in 1783, as 
" Seth Phelps, Capt. Groton, Lt., enlisted Jan., 1 1776. Res- 
olutions of Congress by which discharged, 9 Oct., 17N2 ." 

Children by 1st wife : 

+ 3870. I. Mary, b. New London. Ct.. 1781, m. Edward 

Rainey, Jr. 

3871. II. Lucy, b. " 17S3. m. R. B. 

Parkman. She .1. 1N20. 

3872. III. Anna B., b. New London, Ct.. £785, m. 

Samuel Ledyard. Settled in Pultneyville, 
X. Y. 

3873. IV. Seth, b. New Loudon, Ct., 1787, d. Demeraria, 

1 810, man. 
+ 3874. V. Alfred, b. Aurora, X. Y., 13 Sept., 1792, m. 

Anna B. Tousley. 

3875. VI. Eliza Ann, b. Aurora, X. Y., 1704, m. Josh 

ua Henshaw. 

3876. VII. Edward F., b. 1796, m. . 

Resided in St. Joseph Co., Mich. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Aurora, X. Y.: 

3877. VIII. Theodore E., b. 179s, m. - -. Settled in 

S: . Joseph Co. , Mich. 
+ 3878. IX. PhianaM.,b. in do Cu lien. 

5879. X. Alexander, b. 1X04, in. . Settled in St. 

Joseph Co., Mi< 
3^ XI. Horatio W. , b. 

3881. XIL. Sally M., b. [807, in. J. O G) tied 

in Chardou, 1 >. 

His:'. Shadrach Pi. " ir, 

Ct.. about 1748, in. a er Phelps . ,.;ua, 

X. Y., so it is said. Mr. Phelps first settled in Wh Ct., 

where he remained a short time, and where the birth of his 
first child is recorded, removing to New York State, settling 
in Scipio, where he d on. 

Children : 



Sixth Generation. 4 [5 

+-3882. I. Josiah, b. Windsor, Ct., 29 Feb., 176S, 111. 

Elizabeth Wardell. 

3883. II. Joseph, b. Turkey Hills, Ct., 19 Nov., 1769. 

+ 3884. III. George, b. Windsor, Ct., 1770, m. Eva Coin 

3885. IV. Simri, b. 15 Aug., 177;,. 

1684 Rachel Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 
about 1750, in. Ashbel Marsh, 

Child, b. Iitchfield, Ct.: 

+ 3886. I. Mary Phelps (Marsh), b. 3 Sept., 1790,111. 

John Dewey. 

1686. Simeon Phelps, b. East Windsor, Ct., 

about 1754, m. perhaps Submit Holcomb. Says his grand- 

' He came from Hebron, Ct., to Canaan and bought 

real estate in 1783, and recorded as dying there 30 Oct., 17S6. 

Children, b. Canaan. Ct.: 

-+ 3887. I. Simeon, b. 15 May, 1781, m. twio 

3888. II. Bethel. \ Baptist minister. 

38: III. Levi. 

5890. IV. Sylvia, m. Jonathan Well 

91. V, Cynthia, m. Joel Cole. 

3892 VI. A daughter, m. Abel Skilleng 

1(>;M). William Rathburn Phelps, b, New 

Milford, Ct., 29 May, 1769, m. 2 June, 1792. Tamar Canfield. 
Mr. Phelps ttled in New Milford, Ct. They are found 
together and in separate deeds and conveyances m New Mil- 
ford, from 1796 to 1822. 

Children, b. New Milford, Ct.: 
+ 3892a. I. Joseph Ruggles. b, 1793, m. Adeline Smith, 
L 3 S ' II. James Ruggles. b. 23 Feb., 1794, m. Alta 0, 

; child. 
594. III. Rebecca, b. 24 Oct.. 1795. d. 15 Sept., 1789. • 
3895. IV. Anna, b. 10 June, 1797, d. 6 Dec, [802. 
+ 3896. V. Elijah Beardsley, b, 21 July, 1799,111. Wealthy 
Lawrence. 
3897. VI. Rebecca Anne, b. April 7, 1803, d. New Mil 
ford, Ct., Oct. 12, 1886. 
+ 3S9S. VII. Caroline, b.21 July, 1804, m. William Wright. 



f.r6 Sixth Generation. 

+ 3899. VIII. William C, b. 4 April, [806, m. Theresa Gar- 
lick. 

3900. IX. Ira. 

169-J-. Roxana Phelps Clark, b. Litchfield, 
Ct., 28 Aug., 1803, m. 27 May, 1824, Samuel Penfield Bolles. 
at Litchfield, Ct. He was sou of Ebeuezer Bolles and Abi- 
gail Penfield, and was b. Litchfield. Ct., 2 June, 1793. He 
resided in Litchfield, Ct., from 1824 to 1853, and in New 
Haven to time of his death, 11 April. [875. He was a mer- 
chant. She d. New Haven, Ct., Jan. 7. 1892. 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 

3901. I. Roxanna Clark (Bolles), 1). 6 May, 1N26, d. 5 

Nov. . 1 846, uum. 

3902. II, Samuel Penfield b. 24 April. 1831. d. 

12 April, 1 835, num. 

3903. III. Sarah (Bolles), b. 8 July, 1836, m. Frank 

Bradley. 

3904. IV. Mary -Penfield (Bolles), b. 4 May. 1842, d. 13 

Xov,, 1843. 

3905. V. Mary Roxanna. b. 16 March, 1S46, d. 23 

April, i<ss,,s, num. 

1710. Agnes Phelps, b. Siinsbury, Ct.. 5 
Oct., 1761, m. 2S Nov., 17S2. Elnathan Filley. He was .son 
of Nathaniel and Hannah (Moore) Filley, and was b. Wind- 
sor, Ct., 2 Oct.. 1750. Settled in Windsor, Ct., where his 
children all were born, removed to Wethersfield, Vt. in 1 
died there 4 July, 1822. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

3906. I. Amanda (Filley), 1>. Windsor, Ct., 26 Oct., 

1783, m. Eli Richards of Wethersfield, Vt., 
and d. March, 1849. Had 9 Childr.. 

3907. II. Agnes (Filley). b. 30 Oct., 1; 

3908. III. Nathaniel " b. 1788, bapt. 6 July, d. 

young. 

3909. IV. Nathan b. 1789, bapt. Aug. 9, 1790, 

d. young. 
-1-3910. V. Charles b. 29 Aug., bapt. Nov. 11, 

1792, m. 4 times. 



Sixth Generation. 4/7 

3911. VI. Nathaniel (Filley), b. 13 Aug., 1798, m. Char- 
lotte Cleveland, of Hampton, N. Y. 
+ 3912. VII. Austin (Filley), b. 1799, in. Martha Flanders. 

3913, VIII. Henry M. " b. 1802, m. Sarah Seymour, 

at Racine, Wis., May, 1845. Settled and 
d. at Newark, Wis., 1 April, 1847. 

1711. Susannah Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
22 Aug.. 1762, m. 1794, Timothy Smith, b. Simsbury, Ct., 22 
Aug., 1766. Settled in Southwick, Mass. 

Children, b. Southwick, Mass.: 

3914. I. Timothy (Smith), b. 22 Sept., 1796, d. Aug 



O - ' 



1863. 



+ 3915. II. Susan b, 27 Aug., 1800, m. Mar- 

cus Phelps. 

1712. Ebenezer Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 27 
July, 1764, bapt. 5 Aug., 1764. Says J. C. Chaffee, grandson, 
" b. 30 July, 1773," m. Elizabeth Wy man, (daughter of Eben- 
ezer and Sarah (Brighten) Wyman), 1). 7 April, 1776, d. 23 
April, 1830. 

If Mr. Chaffee's date is correct, then Ebenezer, b. 1764, d. 
young, and there was a second Ebenezer, b. 1773, not on the 
records.— A. T. S. 

Mr. Phelps settled first in Suffield, Ct., then in Springfield, 
Mass., and from there to Bennington, Vt., where he died, 30 
April, 1857. He was a butcher. 

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

+ 3916. I. Elizabeth, b. 31 Aug., 1800, m. Newman K. 

Chaffee. 

3917 

+ 3918 

3919 
+ 3920 
+ 3921 



II. Ruth, b. 26 Feb., 1S03, d. 24 Dec, 1804. 

III. Ruth, b. 19 April, 1805, m. Lewis Chandler. 

IV. Emily, b. 25 Sept., 1807, m. Mark P. Carter. 
V. Matilda, b. 1 July, 1810, m. Samuel Chandler. 

VI. Julia Ann, b. Becket, Mass., 28 April, 1817, 
m. Dexter Goodwin. 



1713. Oliver Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct,, 20 
April, 1765,111. 1784. Roxanna Owen, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 29 
Nov., 1765, d, Westfielcl, Mass. 
(27) 



4' s 



Sixth Generation. 



Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mass., where he died. 
He was engaged in the lumber and flour business, owning a 
mill in Westfield, Mass.: 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

I. Oliver H., b. 29 April, 1786, m. Mary A. 
Miner. 

II. Roxanna, b. 2 Aug., 1788, m. Joel Fairfield. 
Settled in Springfield, Ma—. 

III. Mary Ann. b. 25 May, [790, m. Dennis Arms. 

IV. Julia, b. 26 April, 1792, m. George Lord, 
(probably. ) 

V. Louisa, b. 20 March, 1794. m. Carlton Nol 
VI. Gilbert, b. 31 May, 1796, m. Eliza Bottom. 

VII. Lydia, b. 2 June, 1800. 
VIII. Julius, b. 9 April, 1S02. 
IX. Charles, b. 29 May, 1806. 
X. Phidelia, b. 11 July, 1808. 
XL George W.. b. 21 April, 1809. 

1716. Eber Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 20 
April, 1765, m. Mary Kibbe, 1774. Shed. Westfield, Mass., 
22 Dec., 1838. 

Mr. Phelps appears to have been in partnership with his 
brother Oliver in Westfield. where he settled, also in East 
Windsor, Ct., also in Franklin Mills, Ohio. 

Children, b. Westfield. Mass.: 

I. Rensselaer, b. 1792. 

II. Jerusha, b. 1796, m. Allen Winchell. 

III. Deborah, b. 1802, m. Festus Cooley. 

IV. Luna, b. 1810, m. Aar I sh. 
V. Orpha. b. 1816. 

VI. Eber, b. 20 Feb., 1820, m. twice. 



+ 3922. 



39-3- 

+ 3924 

+ 392.S 

+ 3926 

+ 3927 

3928 

3929 
3930 
393 1 
3932 



39 

3934- 

3935- 

3936- 
3 137- 

+ 3' 



171?. Horace Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 4 
May, 1769. m. 2 May, [792, Mary Rice, b. 30 Jan., 1777, d. 
Springfield, Mass., 1 June, 1S46. 

Mr. Phelps lived in Suffield and Granby, Ct., West Spring- 
field, Westfield, Springfield and Easthajnpton, Mass., where 
he d. 12 Feb., 1848. 



St. \~th Gen era tion . 



419 



Children : 

I. Horace, b. Suffield, Ct., 20 Nov., 1792, d. 

Snffield, Ct., 24 March, 1808. 
II. Lester, b. Granby, Ct., 11 Aug., 1795, m. 
twice. ' 

III. Mary, b. Granby, Ct., 20 Feb., 1798, 111. James 
A. vScoville. 

IV. Nancy, b. Granby, Ct., 17 March, 1S01, m. 
Stephen Hendriek. 

V. Eliza, b. Granby, Ct., 27 Aug., 1804, m. Or- 
son Barnes. 
VI. Willis, b. Granby, Ct., 25 Feb., 1806, in. Maria 
Bartlett. 
VII. Jane, b. Granby, Ct., 6 Oct.. 1808, m. twice. 
VIII. Horace, b, West Springfield, Mass., 29 Feb., 
1N12, d. 15 Oct., 1816. 
IX. Almira, b. Westfield, Mass., 27 July, [814, m. 

Joseph Holraan. 
X. Horace, b, Springfield, Mass., [8 Nov., 1817, 
m. Hliza Turner. 
XI. George Washington, b. West Springfield, 
Mass., 27 Oct., r820, in. Persis Curtis. 

1724:. Isaac Hayden, b. Windsor, Ct., 13 
April, 1787, m. 6 Dec, 1809, Susan Filley, b. Windsor, Ct.. 
1784, d. 11 Dec, 1855. Mr. Harden settled in Windsor, on 
his father's farm, where he d. 16 Oct., [853. His son Isaac 
now owns the farm. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

I. Susan Ann (Haydeu), b. 3 July. 1811, m. 

James H.Wells. 
n - J u: " b. 15 Sept., 1, s 14, num. 

III. Isaac D. " b, 13 Oct.. [817. A 

farmer. 

178*2. Hsthkr Phklps, 1>. Windsor, Ct., Sept. 
27. 1772, d. Torrington, Ct., May 14, 1811, aged 39 years, m. 
Feb., 1788, Col. Thaddeus Griswold, b. Torrington, Ct., May 
12. 177,, d. Aug. 7, 1854, son of Shubael and Abigail 
(Stanley) Griswold. They lived on the Griswold homestead 





3939- 


+ 


3940. 


+ 


394 1 • 


+ 


3942. 


+ 


3943- 


+ 


3944- 


+ 


3945- 




3946. 


+ 


3947- 


+ 


3948. 


+ 





3950. 

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j.2o Sixth Generation. 

in Torrington, Ct. Col. Griswold m. 2nd, April, 1813, Sally 
Wallace, and 3d, June 11, 1822, Margaret T. Taylor. He 
had two children by second wife, Richard \Y. and Stanley. 

Children, b. Torrington, Ct.: 

3953. I. Abigail S., b. Aug. 15, 1797, d. May. 1N46, 

m. Trumbull Eves, ^011 of Abuer and Anna 
(Ferguson) Ive^. 
153a. II. Edward T., b. July 19, 1804, m. Anna M. 
Tappau, dan. of Charles Tappau, of Boston, 
where he d. Jan. 10, 1838. Had son Charh 
Col. of 53d Mas>.. who was killed at the 
battle of the Wilderness, aged 29. 

1733. Elijah Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., bapt. 

13 Aug., 1780, m. Poll}' . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Torrington, Ct.. where he died, and 
where his wife died. Reference is made to him in History of 
Torrington, Ct. 

Children, b. Torringford, Ct.: 

3954. I. Polly, m. Titus Ives. 

3955. II. Caleb, died there, iinin. 

3956. III. Elijah. 
157. IV. Esther, 

l?:iS. Jaxnkr Phelps, b. Windsor. Ct.. 179] 
m. Lucretia Dibble. 26 Nov., 1812. vShe was daughter of 
Daniel and Anna Dibble, and was b. Oct., 1784. 

Mr. Phelps came to Torrington with his brother Elijah, 
and was freeman 1807. He represented his town in the State 
Legislature, two terms was selectman several times 

Child: 

3958. I. Frederick, b. Torringford. Ct., 1814, m. Ja- 

nette Lewis, of Litchfield, where he settled. 

She d. in child-birth, leaving no living 

children. He never in. again. Died in 



& 



New York city. 



174-0. Dr. James Lodowick Phelps, b. Wind- 
sor, Ct., 16 Apr., 1785, 111. Catharine Yanderpool, in New 
York city. She was daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Smith) 



Sixth Generation. 



421 



Yanderpool, and was b. Jersey City, N. J., 4 May, 1797, d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 27 June, 1S71. 

Dr. Phelps was for a short time in Windsor. He graduated 
at Yale, studied medicine, and soon settled in New York city, 
where he practiced many years, and where he died 17 Oct., 
1869. 

Children, b. New York City.: 

3959. I. Julia Ann, b. 2 Jan., 1817, d. 17 May, 1857,, 

unm. 
+ 3960. II. Frances Louisa, b. 20 June, 1818, m. twice. 

-+-3961. III. James L., b. 4 Oct., 1819,111. Adelaide J). 
Miller. 

3962. IV. Mary Elizabeth, b. 21 July, [821, d. 19 Feb., 

• 195, unm. 

3963. V. John Summerfield, b. 3 April, [823, d. 2 Dec, 

1857, unm. 
+ 39(^4. VI. Maria P., b. 25 June, 1825, m. Jas. H. Bratty. 
3965. VII. Jacob Yanderpool, b. 14 Oct., 1N27. d. 9 Dec, 

182s. 
J966. VIII. Deborah \\\. b. 14 Nov., 1829, d. 28 May, 
1 87 1, num. 
• 5967. IX. Annie Theresa, b. 24 Sept.. 1831, in. Charles 

Theodore Reute. 
+ 3<, X. Edward Yanderpool, b. 1 June, 1834, 111. Mary 

Louisa Hadsell. 

3969. XI. William Henry, b. 24 June, 1836, d, 24 

March, 1894, unm, 

3970. XII. Charles O,, b. 19 June, 1841, disappeared 28 

Dec, 1885. Not heard from since. 

174- J. Walter Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 
1 May, 1789, m. at Hartford. Ct., 10 June. 1S1 1, Julia Beach. 
She was daughter of Ebenezer and Lucy (Steele) Beach. She 
was a descendant of John Steele, who was the first Secretary 
of the Colony of Conn., and also a descendant of Gov. Brad- 
ford of Plymouth Colony.) She was b. in Litchfield, Ct., 
Aug. 6, 1793, and d. in Hoosick Falls, N. Y., 17 Oct., 1877, 
in her 85th year. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hartford, Ct, and in New York City. 
He was a merchant tailor. Late in life he removed to Hoosick 



j.22 Sixth Generation. 

Falls, N. Y.. where he died, 14 Dee.. 1872. He had twelve 
children, four of whom married. 

Note. — Ebenezer Beach, b. Litchfield, Ct.. 30 May, 1766, 
m. 1787, d. 3 May, 1793. Son of Adna Beach, b. Walling- 
ford, Ct., 11 June, 1718, m. 9 June. 1741. Hannah Miles, and 
d. 10 May, 1783. Son of John Beach, b. Wallingford, Ct., 
15 Oct., 1690, m. 1st, Sarah Taylor, 18 August 17 15, m. 
2nd, Mary Royce, 22 Feb., 17 1 7. She d. 6 Dec. 1773. Son 
of John Beach of England, 1637, settled in New Haven, Ct. 

Children : 

3971. I. Lucy Ann, b. Hartford, Ct., 29 Jan., lS 1 2. 

d. 18 March, 1S27, unni. 
-I-3972. II. Elizabeth A. , b. Hartford, Ct., 3 March, 1814, 

m. Jos. Mabbett Warren. 
3973. III. Julia Ann, b. Hartford, Ct., 14 Feb., 1816, 
d. 1 April, 1817. 
+ 3974. IV. Julia Louisa, b. 10 Dec, 1S1S, 

m. Rev. Geo. Huntington Nichols, D. D. 

3975. V. George William, b. New York City, 4 March, 

1820, m. Widow Margaret O. Rogers. 

3976. VI. Lavina, b. New York City, 15 March, 1822, 

d. 13 Aug., 1S24. 
3977- VII. Mary Augusta, b. Hartford, Ct., 14 March, 
1824, d. 28 April, 1832. 

3978. VIII. Harriett L., b. Hartford. Ct.. 8 Feb., 1826, d. 

29 Dec [828. 

3979. IN. Lucy Ann, b. 2 April. 

d. 9 Aug., [834. 
+ 3980. N. Walter, b. " 29 Oct., 

m. Eliza A. Scheuck. 
39S1. NI. William Henry, b. Hartford, Ct.. 19 Jan., 

1834, d, 14 May. 1834. 
3982. NIL William, b. 15 April, 

1836, d. 14 Sept., 1-3;. 

174*2. Samuel Phelps, b. Windsor. Ct.,bapt. 
25 July, 1791, m. 23 June, 1816, Emily Newbury. She was 
daughter of John and Elizabeth (Elsworth) Newbury, and 
was b. East Windsor, d, Windsor, 26 Dec, 1870. 



Sixth Generation. 421 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct., where he died 3 May 
1S51. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 3983. I. Elsworth Newbury, b. 5 Nov., 1S19, d. 16 

Nov., 1S24, 
3984. II. Elsworth Newbury, b. 9 Feb., 1826, in. Lucy 

Ann Marshall. 

1743. Riioda Phet.ps, b. Windsor, Ct., 16 
Aug., 1793, bapt. 6 Oct., 1793. in. Klihu Newbury, 19 Dec., 

1815. 

He was son of Amasa and Ruth (Warner) Newbury, and 
was b. 3 Feb., bapt. 6 April, 1788. Settled in Sangerfield, N. 
Y., where he established one of the finest tanneries in the 
state, removed to Michigan in 1841, and later to Chicago, 
where he was a successful manufacturer and merchant. He 
died 13 March, i860. 

Children, b. Saugerfield, N. Y,: 

I. George Phelps (Newbury), b. 24 Nov., 181 7, 
m. Rebecca Scrantou. 
39S6. II. Mary Ann (Newbury), b. 22 Sept., 1819, m. 

John Starkweather, of Ypsilanti, Mich. 
+ 3987. III. Henry (Newbury), b. 13 Aug., 1822, m. Mar- 
garet Moore. 
+ 3988. IV. John Stoughton (Newbury), b. 18 Nov., 1826, 
m. twice. 

174-4. Anna Theresa Phelps, b. Windsor, 
-Ct., 31 Aug., 1804, bapt. 6 Oct., 1.804, m - Oliver William 
Mills, 23 Feb., 1825. He was sou of Elijah aud Huldah 
(Drake) Mills, and was b. Windsor, Ct,, 16 July, bapt. 29 
Aug., 1796. Settled in Windsor, residing about one and a 
quarter miles north of his brother Samuel. Was a farmer and 
a brick-maker. He d. 3 July, 1866. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 3989. I. Oliver Phelps (Mills), b. 1826, m. Elizabeth 

Loomis. 
3990. II. Helen Almira " b. 31 Oct., 1829, in. 

Nathan F. Drake, of Hartford, Ct. 



j. 2 ■/ Sixth Generation, 

+ 3991. III. Mary Augusta (Mills), b. 27 Sept., 1836, m. 
Daniel Mason. 

3992. IV. Alfred William (Mills), b. 7 March. 1839, m. 

Mary Roach, of Charlton. Mass. 

3993. V. Arthur Mason (Mills), b. 5 May. 1846, m. 

Harriett Loomis, of Windsor, Ct. 

1751. Clarissa Phelps, b. Whitestown, N. 

Y., about 1790, m. Joshua Austin Spencer, in Lenox, N. V., 
1814, He was son of Eliphalet and Tryphene (Austin) Spen- 
cer, and was b. Great Barrington, Mass., 13 May, 1790. He 
settled in Utica. N. Y.. where he d. 25 April. 1857. He was 
a lawyer of considerable repute, and established a large prac- 
tice. His wife d. in Lenox, Madison Co., N. Y., about 1818, 
aged 28 years. 

Child : 

3994. I. Clarissa (Spencer), m. Mr. Kennedy and had 

Annie (Kennedy), who m. Mr. George P. 
Ludlam, of 8 West 16th street, New York. 

1752. Matilda Phki.ps. b. Windsor, Ct., 28 
April, 1 So 1, in. Frazer. She died 7 Dec, 1881, 

Child : 

3995. I. Phelps B. (Frazer), b. . Res. New Hart- 

ford, Ct.. in 1S.S2. 

1753. Abner Phelps, 1). Killingworth, Ct., 4 
Nov., 1790, m. at Bergen, N. Y., 7th Jan., [813, Lucy Butler. 
She was daughter of Samuel and Anna (Hartwell) Butler, 
and was b. Scipio, X. Y., 2nd Sept., 1792, d. Powell. Wis 
2s Aug., 1847. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer, residing in Bergen, X. Y., and 
Waupun and Pepin, Wis. He died in Pepin, Wis., 1 Dec. 
1 881. .He m. twice after the death of his first wife. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Bergen, X. Y. 

3996. I. Fanny C. b. 11 Oct., 1813, d. 10 Jan., 1835. 

3997. II. Rhoda, b. 29 Feb., 1S16. 

+ 399S. III. Lewis D.. b. 1 May, m. Cynthia M. 

Willis. 



Sixth Generation. 1-5 

3999. IV. Miranda, b. 1;, July. 1820, m. H. M. Fisher. 

of Leroy, X. Y. 

4000. V. Philander, b. iS Dec., 1822, m. Emeline F. 

Peck. 23 July. 1S40. 

4001. VI. Jane M., b. 16 Feb., 1825. 

4002. VII. Charles E., b. 28 April, 1827, m. Kitt Dunker, 

Dec. 31, 1851. 

4003. VIII. Marietta, b. 22 Oct., [829, d. 20 June, 1888. 

4004. IX. Antoinette, b. 3 Jan., [832. 

4005. X. California, b. 27 July, 1834. 

1754. Lucy Phelps, b. Killingworth, Ct., 26 
Aug., 1793, m. in Killingworth, Ct., 21 April, 1814. Heman 
Hull. He was b. 27 Sept,, 1784. 

Mr. Hull settled in Killingworth, Ct., was a farmer, and 
had a tannery and shoe shop. He and his brother had a store 
in Savannah, Ga. 

He died in Killingworth, Ct., 8 Nov., [856, aged 72 
His widow died there, 14 Aug., 1866, 

Children, b. Killingworth, Ct.: 
+ 4006. I. Heman X. (Hull), b. 7 Feb., 1815, m, Fanny 

Wright. 
4007. II. Edward " b, n Nov., 1816, d. 5 

Dec, 1S16. 
+ 4> III. Philander ' b. 25 Dec, 1817, m. Sarah 

Griswold. 

1755. Friend Phelps, b. Killingworth, Ct., 
21 Aug., 1794, m, Polly Piatt, at Saybrook, Ct,, 28 Feb., 
1 81 6. She was the daughter of John and Lucy (Webb) Piatt, 
and was b. Saybrook, Ct., 28th. Feb., 1816, d. Killingworth. 
Ct., 1 Aug., 1875. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Killingworth, Ct., 
where he d. 2 Aug., 1864. He represented his town in the 
state legislature. 

Children, b. Killingworth, Ct.: 

4009. I. Charles, b. 10 Jan., [817, d. 6 June, 1886. 

4010. II. Mary, b. 29 May, [819, <1. 30 Nov., 1887. 

401 1. III. Lucy, b. 1 July, 1821, d. 11 Aug., 1855. 

t2. IV. Lucretia, b. 23 June, 1824, d. 29 April, 1826. 



426 



Sixth Generation. 



4013 
4014 

4015 
4016 

4017 

4018 

+ 4019 

4020 
4021 



V. Antoinette, b. 8 March, 1826, d. 15 July, [838. 
VI. Alfred, b. 21 July, 1S27, d. 17 Oct., 18; 
VII. Almira, b. 8 Dec. 1829. 
VIII. Harriett, b. 15 July, 1832. 
IX. Leverett, b. 6 Aug., 1834, 
X. Edgar, b. 14 Oct., 1836. 
XT. Ellen J., b. 14. March, 1839, in. E. Sidney 
Isbell. 
XII. P , b. 14 Aug.. tS 4 i, d. 31 July. 1S64. 



XIII. A child, d. in infancy. 

1771. Stephen K. Phelps, b. about [782, m. 

1st , m. 2nd Sarah Ann Askey. 

Mr. Phelps has not been heard from for many years. 

Children by 2nd wife : 

4022. I. Ira. 

4023. II. Laura. 

4024. III. Warren. 

177*2. Edsox Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 22 Dec, 
[784, m. Betsey Walkley, who d. Oberlin, Ohio, 30 Aug., 
1S78. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Austinburg, Ohio, and d. Oberlin, 
Ohio, 12 May, 1S69. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Austinburg, Ohio : 

4025. I. Celestia, b. 2 Nov.. 181 3, num. in 1896. 

4026. II.' Melissa, b. 22 Feb., 1815. m. John Brown, 10 

March. 1S39, and d. 16 March, 1S96. 
4-4027. III. Claudius A., b. 16 Sept., 1820, m. Nancy B. 
Bradley. 

4028. IV. Orville T., b/21 Nov.. 1823, m. Eliza J. 

Cole. 
17<o Augustus Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 25 
Sept., 1775, m. Sept., 1819, Laura Xetley. 

Children : 

4029. I. Adaline, b. 12 April, 1N21. d. 17 Feb., 1832. 
4-4030. II. Horace X., b. 6 July, 1823, m. Mary Xettle- 

ton. 
4031. Ill, Alonzo. b. 30 June, 1824. 
1032. IV. Joseph, b. 6 Nov., 1 . - 



Sixth Generation. 4.2 j 

1770. Martin Pinney, b. Windsor, Ct., 111. 
Elizabeth W. Haskell of Windsor, Ct. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

4033. I. Fanny (Pinney). 

4034. II. William H." b. 5 June, 1796, m. a Gibson. 

Resides in Berlin, Ct. 

4035. III. Haskell (Pinney), m. and resides in Ohio. 

4036. IV. Martin " m. 

4037. V. Mary b. 13 June, 1799, m. and 

resides in Ohio. 
403 VI. Eliza (Pinney), resides in Knowlton, Ohio. 

4039. VII. Joseph " 

4040. VIII. Sidney " 

404 t. IX. Rutza resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1777. Isaac Pinney, b. Windsor, Ct., m, 
Rhoda Lord, b. East Windsor, Ct. 
Mr. Pinney settled in Ohio. 

Children, b. Ohio.: 

4042. I. Jennie (Pinney), m. Elijah Porter of Ea^t 

Windsor. 

4043. II. Xapoleon " m. Resided with family 

in Ohio. 

4044. III. William Henry (Pinney). 

17S4. Nathaniel Phelps, b. East Granby, 
Ct., about 1770. in. Naomi Delight. 

Mr. Phelps settled in West Springfield, Mas.-,, where he and 
his wife both died, and where they were buried. They had no 
children, but had an adopted daughter, Anna, who m. Has- 
tings Work, and had two children. 

1 785. Silas Phelps, b. East Granby, Ct. , about 
1773, m. about 1793, Ursula Thrall, b. Windsor, Ct., 1773, d. 
East Granby, Ct., 1S43. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Granby, Ct.. where he d. 1835. 
He was a farmer. He was a Methodist and his house was the 
home of the minister. 

Children, b. East Granby, Ct.: 

4045. I. Charles, b. 1794, m. and d. previous to 1866. 

No issue. 



if.28 Sixth Generation . 

+ 4046. II. Silas, 1). 12 April, 1S00, m. Julia A. Holcomb. 

+ 4047. III. John, b. 28 Oct., 1806, m. Dorcas Case. 

4048. IV. Triphene, d. 1843. 

4049. V. Anna, d. 1.858. 

1?1>1 . Hikam Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 4 
Oct., 1801. His father left home when he was quite young, 
never returned, supposed to have been murdered. Removed 
with his mother and family to Willistou, Yt., where he m. 
Iyticinda Murray, daughter of Selah Murray, and settled 
there. 

Children, b. Williston, \'t. 
+ 4050. 1. Homer M., b. 25 Se;)t., [830, m. Helen M. 

Stanley. 

4051. II. Laura. 

4052. III. Helen. 

4053. IV. Oscar. 

4054. V. Viola. 
4.055. A' I. Kate. 
4056. * VII. Haskell. 

1794. Dr. Timothy Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 
24 July, 1787, m. Charlotte Case, 23 July. 1820. She was 
daughter of Amasa and Mercy Case, and was b. Salisbury, Ct.. 
Sept. 28, 1787, d. Windsor. Ct., 26 Nov., 1852. 

Mr. Phelps studied medicine, and practiced in Windsor, 
Ct., where he d. 13 Aug.. 1N26. We find no record of 
children. 

1796. Eunice Phelps, b. Wind-.; Ct., 17 
Nov., 1778, m. 14 Dec. [8 19, Grove Elsworth. He was son 
of Grove and Sarah (Pinnex) Elsworth, b. Windsor, Ct., 15 
Feb., 17S4. Settled in Windsor, Ct. His wife Eunice, died 
3 Nov., 1 8 16. 

Note. — Hem. 2nd, Anna Bailey, 2 July, [818. Had Rev. 
Caleb (Elsworth), b. 22 July, 1819, ni. Eugena Maria Foot 
Nov., 1849, resided in Maspeth, Oueens Co.. X. Y., and 
Lorine L. Elsworth, b. 2 Feb., 1S22. 

Children : 
+ 4057. I. John P. (Elsworth) b. 28 Oct., iSio.m. three 

times. See Xo. 809. 



Sixth Generation. 4.29 

4058. II. Elizabeth (Elsworth), b. 1 Nov., 1813. 

1797. Hiram Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 14 
Oct., 1790, m. 15 Nov., 1813, Laura A. Griswold. She was 

daughter of Solomon and Abiah (Allen) Griswold, and b. 
Windsor, Ct., 29 Nov., 17 — , died there 29 Nov., 1874. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct., where he d. 5 Nov., 
1873. He was a wheelwright and farmer. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

I. Hiram G., b. 4 Sept., 1814, m. Eliza Hacks. 

II. Eunice, b. 12 Oct., 1816. 

III. Samuel, b. 12 Jan.. 1819, d. 15 Feb.. 1819. 

IV. Eliza W., 27 July, 1820, m. Sheldon Kinney. 
V. William, b. 3 March, 1822, d. 1822. 

IV. Cornelia, b. 30 March, 1^23, d. 31 March, 

[826. 
VII. Timothy, b. 26 April, 1825, m. Charlotte E. 
Cobb. 
VIII. ElizurD., b. 6 March, 1S26. m. Eveline P. 
Daniels. 

1798. Solomon Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., ys 
July, 1792, m. [f> April, 1N22, Deborah Barber. She was 
daughter of Jcrijah and Deborah (Dexter) Barber, and was b. 
10 April, [798, d. 29 Sept., 1803. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct., where he died 7 June, 
[861, in his 67th year. We find no record of children. 

1791). Flavia Phelps, b, Windsor, Ct., 28 
March, 1794, m. 25 May, 1820, Calvin Brewer, b. Wilbraham, 
Mass. Settled in Windsor, Ct., where his two children were 
born and where his wife died, 17 May, [823. Eater in life he 
removed with his children to Oakland Plantation, Louisiana, 
where he died. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 4' I. Daniel L. (Brewer), b. 9 Jan., 1822, m. 

Louisa M. Daniels. 
4068. II. Flavia (Brewer) b. 18 April, [820, d. Oakland, 

La,, 26 Aug., JS44. 



+ 4°59- 


>6o. 


4061. 


+ 4 


4063. 


4064. 


+ 4065. 


+ 4066. 



{jo Sixth Generation. 

1800. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 
22 Nov., 1795, m. 11 Mar., 1819, Henry Griswold. b. Wind- 
sor, Ct., where he settled, and where his wife Elizabeth d. 3 
Sept., 1868. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

4069. I. Sally (Griswold), b. Windsor, Ct., Aug., 18: 

4070. II. Cornelius " b. " " Now. 1827. 

1802. Sally Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 9 Feb., 
1799, m. Cyrus Howe, 7 Feb., 1830. Settled in Windsor, 
Ct., where his wife Sally died 16 Nov., 1863, and where he 

died. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct,: 

4071. I, William L. (Howe) b. 16 April, 1833, d. t8 

Oct., 1835. 

4072. II. Mary Jane " b. 8 Oct., 1831, d. 1 Mar., 

1S40. 

4073. III. Charles L,. b. 5 Feb., 1S35. d. 29 July, 

[853, unm, 

1803. Pauline Phelps-, b. Windsor, Ct., 24 
Oct., 1 7 So, removed with her father and family to Colebrook, 
Ct., in 1794, m, Ezra Andrews b. Windsor. Ct., 24 Oct., 1780. 
He settled in Dansville. N. V., where he d. 30 Jan., 

His wife Pauline d, there 30 June, 1850. 

Children, b. Dansville, N. Y.: 

41174. I. (Andrews) b. 

4075. II- " b. 

4076. III. " b. 

ISO.").. Dr. Lancelot Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 9 Nov., 1784, removed with his father to Colebrook, Ct.. 
111 1704, m. Elizabeth Loveland Sage, 6 July, 1809. She \. 
daughter of the Rev. Loveland and Elizabeth (Chamberlain) 
Sage, and was b. Colebrook, Ct., 26 Aug., 1789, where she d. 
25 July. 1867. 

Dr. Phelps graduated at college, studied medicine 

and settled in Colebrook, where he practiced medicine for 
many years. He also kept a drug store there and at Wolcott- 
ville, Ct. 



Sixth Generation, 430a 

1805; Dr. Lancelot Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Conn., 9 Nov., 1784, removed with his father to Colebrook, 
Conn., in 1794, in. Elizabeth Loveland Sage, 6 July, 1809. 
She was daughter of Rev. Loveland and Elizabeth (Chamber- 
lain) Sage, and was b. Colebrook, 26 August, 17S9, d. at 
Colebrook, 25 July, 1867. 

Dr. Phelps settled permanently in Colebrook and practiced 
his profession many years until his health became seriously 
impaired and he was obliged to relinquish the farther prose- 
cution of it. He was subsequently engaged in agriculture and 
was also for a time interested with his son, William H. 
Phelps, in mercantile business at Riverton, a few miles distant 
from Colebrook, where he resided for a lew years and then re- 
turned to Colebrook. He many times represented the town 
of Colebrook in the General Assembly of the State, both be- 
fore and after the adoption of the State Constitution in i.SjS, 
and held other local positions of importance. 

He was prominent and influential- in the state and was 
elected to Congress in [835, and re-elected in 1837, and was 
subsequently a candidate for Presidential Elector, after which 
he retired from active participation in public affairs, although 
he continued to take a deep interest in them during the re- 
mainder of his life. He was highly esteemed for his steriinv, 
character and sound judgment. Born immediately after the 
close of the Revolutionary War and before the adoption of the 
Federal Constitution he was one of the strong men of the old 
school who ardently cherished the principles on which the 
government was founded, and who by their influence and ex- 
ample did all in their power to make them a perpetual bless- 
ing to posterity. He died at Colebrook, 1 Sept., 1866. 






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% 




Dr. LANCELOT PHELPS. 



Sixth Generation. 4.31 

He was a member of Congress, during a part of Jackson's 
and Van Buren's administration, and was subsequently a 
candidate for Pres. Elector. He d. in Colebrook, Ct., 1 
Sept., 1866. 

Children b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

+ 4077. I. Caroline, b, 7 March, 181 1, m. Dr. F. B. 

Graham , 
4078. II. Elisha Sage, b. 9 May, 1813, d. 18 July, 1831, 

uum. 
+ 4079. III. William H., b. 5 April, 1818, m. Lucy C. 

Wakefield. 

+ 4080. IV. John, b. 12 Jan., 1822, m. Maria ") 

Kelsey. I m  

J- -v- t u 1 v t l- r Twins. 

+ 4081. \ . James, b. 12 Jan., 1822. m. Lydia | 

A. Ingham. J 

1806. Brrn ikt. Piiklps, b. Windsor, Ct., 16 
Feb., 1787,111. 1st Lavinia Norton, 15 Feb., 1813. She was 
daughter of Stephen and Hannah (McCoy) Norton, and w 
b. Norfolk, Ct., 8 Feb., 1791, d. Pittsfield, Ohio, 29 Sept., 
1847. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Norfolk, Ct. Soon after marry- 
ing he removed to Pittsfield, Ohio, where, after the death of 
his first wife, in 1847, he m. 2nd Amelia Daniels, widow of 
George GrenohK 6 April, 1851. She was b. North Adams, 
Mass., d. in P.uggles, Ohio, 3 April, 1881. She had no issue 
by 2nd husband. 

Children by 1st wife : 

+ 4082. I. Orpha Irene, b. Norfolk, Ct., 27 Feb., -1814, 

m, Erastus Bradley. 
+ 40S3. II. Hannah, b. New Marlboro, Mass., 9 Jan., 

1819, m. S. H. Lincoln. 

1S07. Jerusha Phelps, b, Wind-or, Ct., 2- 
Jan., 1790, m. Nov., 1812, James Grant, son of Joel and Zel- 
phia (Cowles) Grant. He was b. Norfolk, Ct., 29 June, 1790, 
where he settled, and died 20 Feb. , 1826, leaving one daughter. 
The widow. Jerusha. after the marriage of her daughter, re- 
moved with her to Fox Lake, Wis., where she d. 9 June, 1867. 

Child : 



$j2 Sixth Generation. 

+ 40S4, I. Harriett (Grant), b. Norfolk. Ct.. 7 Feb., 

1813, m. William K. Parker. 

1809. Harvey Phelps, b. Colebrook. Ct., 4 
Sept., 1796, m. 1 st Euphrazee Grant, 16 Oct., 1817. She was 
daughter of Levi and Rhoda (Andrews) Grant, and was b. 
Norfolk, Ct., d. 26 March. 1832, West Groton, N. Y. Hem. 
for 2nd wife Mary Phelps. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Norfolk, Ct., and later in Ant- 
werp, X. Y.. thence to the Black River District. X. Y.. or 
Groton. N, Y, 

Children by 1st wife, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

+ 4085. I. Keziah, b. 30 June. 1818, m. Stephen Ber- 

wick. 
40S6. II. Ralph, b. 16 Aug., 1820, d. 24 July, [823. 

+ 4087. III. Ralph B.. b. 27 April. 1827, m. Sarah J. 
Whitby. 

1810. Cicero Phelps, b. Colebrook. Ct., 29 
Aug., 1801, m. Keziah Grant. 25 Sept.. 1825. She v 
daughter of Levi and Rhoda Grant, and was b. Colebrook, 
Ct., 1 Dec. 1S05, d. West Groton. N. Y., 6 June, 1843, leav " 
ing three children. Hem. 2nd, 22 Feb.. 1844, Lucretia Mil- 
ler, b. Cooperstown. N. Y.. 2 April. iSis, d. Hanover. X. Y.. 
31 Jan., 1889. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Colebrook, Ct.. soon removing t<> 
West Groton, X. Y., where he died, 20 Nov., 1872. He v 
a farmer, and also a Justice of the Peace. His 2nd wife was 
a widow. 

Children by 1st wife. b. West Groton, N. Y. 
40 I. Warren, b. 7 May, 1N27— Res. Homer, X. Y., 

num. 
40- II. Marion, b. 17 Dee., L 9N0V., 1847, unm. 

4090. III. Lancelot, b. 14 Jan.. d 1 Jan.. 

Child by 2nd wife : 
+ 4091. IY. Cicero Claremout, b. West Groton, X. Y.. m. 
Sarah Thompson. 

1813. Xathaxiel Phelps, b. Windsor. C 

acout 1772, appears to have settled in Colebrook, Ct. 



Sixth Generation. /?? 

Child : 

+ 4092. I. Aurelia, b. Colebrook, Ct., 3 Dec, 1S02, m. 

Alvah Hoadley. 

1N14-. Sarah Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 5 May, 
1774, m. at Norfolk, Ct., 9 Feb., 1793, Moses Grant. He 
was son of Elijah and Mary Grant, and was b. Norfolk, Ct,, 
3 Aug. 1765. Settled and died in the same place, 4 March, 
1835. She died, 2 May, i860, aged three days less than 86 
years. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct: 

+ 4093. I. Roxy M. (Grant), b. 2 Sept., 1795, m. Geo. 

Cook. 
r 4094. II. Lois Lucinda " b. 2 Sept., 1795, m. Bene- 

dict Sweet. 
95. III. Sally Malvina" b. 27 March, [797, d. 25 
Oct., [803. 
+ 409^. IV. Joel Marshall " b. 3 March, 1799,' m. Jen- 

nette Greely. 
+ 4097. " V. Giles Phelps (Grant), b. 26 May, iSoi, m. rst 
Laura Chittenden, 2nd, Margaret McLean. 
4098. VI. Garry Cook (Grant), b. 6 Oct., 1803, d. 17 
May. 1839. 
+ 4099. VII. Harry McGill " b. 8 Feb., 1806, m. 

Sarah A. Richards. 

4100. VIII. Lucretia M. (Grant), b. 14 April, 1806, d. 17 

July, i8o£ 

4101. IX. Mary Ann " b. 4 Oct., 1809, m. 

Hiram Mills, 6 Feb., 1849, at Winchester, Ct, 

4102. X. Naomi (Grant), b. 16 Dec, 1812, d. 23 Dec. 

1812. 
+ 4' XI. Riley Andrews (Grant), b. 15 July. 1817, m. 

Fluldah Rebecca Tibbals, 

1815. Harlow Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 12 
July. 1786, m. Lucy Bennett, 6 Mar,, 1808. She was daugh- 
ter of William Bennett, and b. Bennettsburg, N. Y., 19 June, 
1790, d. Cuba. N. Y., 2 Feb., 1865. Mr. Phelps resided in 
Windsor. Ct., Otsego, N. Y.,and finally settling in Haskell 
Flats, where he died 19 June, 1851. 

(28) 



4-34 Sixth Generation, 

Children : 

+ 4104. I. Oliver, b. Unadilla, X. Y., 10 June m. 

Emily Fallett. 
+ 4105, II. Emily, b. Unadilla, N. Y., 14 Nov,, 1S11, m. 

Andrew Beach. 
-r-4106. III. Cyrus, b. Lansing, N. Y., 16 July, 1813, m. 

Charlotte Howe. 
+ 4107, VI. Augustus H.,b. " 11 Aug., [816, m. 

Oliver Ouinn. 

4108. V. Horace, b. 3 Dee., 1 26 

July, [827. 

1M6. Daniel Calvin Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 13 Jan., 17N0. in. Phebe Alderman, 23 Sept., 1804. She 
was daughter of Timothy Alderman and was b. Northington, 
now Avon, Ct.. 29 Apr., 1785, died in Kingsville, Ohio. - 
Dec, 1839. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Colebrook, Ct., in 
1785, where he lived up to 16 Sept.. 181 1 , when with his fam- 
ily he removed to Kingsville, Ohio, where he died. 

Children : 

4109. I. Almira Lucretia, b. Colebrook, Ct., 5 Jan.. 

j 806, d. 24 May, 1S08. 
-f-4110 II. William Calvin, b. Colebrook, Ct. . 4 Sept., 

[807, m. twice. 
-f-4111. III. Daniel Milton, b. Colebrook, Ct., 3 June.. 

1 - >9, m. Celestia Pervina. 

4112. IV. Julia Augusta, b. Colebrook, Ct.. 23 May 

[81 1, d. 3 Jan., 1812, Choked to death. 
41 . V. Martin Link K die, Ohio. 15 June, 

1 8 1 3 , d. 30 D -2i. 

4114. AT. Sally Ann, b. Kingsville, Ohio 28 Dec.,iM4, 

d. 31 Dec. 1814. 

4113. VII. Lucy Eliza, b. Kingsville, Ohio. 14 Jan.. 1816, 

d. 14 Jan., 18 
-f-4116. VIII. Francis B.. b. Kingsville, Ohio, 16 Aug. 
1818, m. Margaret Scott Saui 
41 17. IX. Henry Martin, b, Kingsville, Ohio, 24 Nov., 

6, m. April 4. 1849, Margaret Ann Purdy, 



Sixth (feneration. 



435 



b. Sheffield, Ohio, dau. of Horace Purd}\ 
No issue. Res. Sheffield, Ohio. 

1817. Euther Phelps, b, Windsor, Ct., 22 
May, 1781, m. Maria Hoskin, 19 Mar., 1816. She was daugh- 
ter of Theodore and Eunice (Coe) Hoskin of Winchester, Ct., 
and was b. there 5 Mar., 1792, died in Colebrook, Ct., 4 Mar., 
1S62, aged 70 years. 

Mr. Phelps in 1785 removed with his father and family to 
Colebrook, Ct,, where he died 11 Oct., 1851, in his 71st year- 
Children, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

+ 4118. I. Elizabeth M., b. 6 Mar., 1817, m. Asaph O. 

Pinney. 

+ 4119. II. Martin Luther, b. 10 June, 1820, m. Char- 

lot tie X. Sage, 2nd Susan Munson. 

ISIS. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 18 
$4, in. 11 Nov., 1807, Elijah Grant, b. 28 Oct., 1787. 
Settled in Colebrook, Ct., where he d. 25 Aug., 1867, in his 
83rd year. His wife died tbere 26 June. 1866. 

Children, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 



+ 4120. 
+ 4 1 2 1 , 
+ 4122. 
+ 4123, 
+ 4124. 
+ 4125. 



I. Elijah P. (Grant), b. 25 Aug.. 1808, m. Susan 
yd. 

b. 1 8 Aug. , 18 1 1 , m. Ebene- 



II. Mary Z. 

zer Burgess. 

III. Elizabeth 
Barton. 

IV. Joel 

F. Cowles. 
V. Daniel 

Burr. 
VI. John 

G. Day. 
412 VII. Abigail 

1835. 

41.27. VIII. Martha 

[847. 

4128. IX. James Marcus 



b. 8 Feb., i, 1 - 13. m. William 

b. 24 Jan., 1816, m. Abigail 

b. igjune, 1S1S, m. Caroline 

b. 29 Aug., 1S22, m. Sarah 

b. 5 June, 1820, d. 25 July, 

b. 30 July, 1824. d. 21 April, 

b. ig Aug., 1827, m. Dec. 
31. 1868, Harriett L. Root, daughter of Ozias 



43 6 Sixth Ge?ieration. 

and Alma (Oakley) Root, of South Canaan. 
Ct. No issue. 

IS] 9. Margaret Phelps, b. Colebrook Ct., 
6 Aug., 1787, m. William Nettleton, 27 July, 1814. He was 
son of Joshua Nettleton and Widow Desire Humphrey. Widow 
Humphrey had a daughter, who married Col. Jeremiah Phelps, 
of Norfolk. 

Mr. Nettleton settled in Norfolk, Ct., where he d. 27 Dec., 
1835, and where his widow d. 20 July, 1868. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

4129. I. Margaret (Nettleton), b. 6 April, 1S17, m. R. 

L. Beecher, of Windsor, Ct. 

4130. II. Desire (Nettleton), b. 30 July, 1831, num., 

living in 1890. 

1821. Ursula Clark, b. Windsor, Ct., 1 Jan., 
1783, m. 14 Feb., 1801, Isaac Griswold, (son of Isaac C. Gris- 
wold), b Windsor, Ct., 27 Oct., 1799, and of the fifth genera- 
tion of Edward the Emigrant. 

Mr. Griswold settled in Windsor, Ct, where he resided up 
to 1806, when with his wife and family and the family of 
Edward Phelps, he removed to Blendon, Ohio, where his wife 
died, 16 April. 1854, and where he died, July 14, 1869. 

Children : 

4131. I. Eunice (Griswold), b. Windsor, Ct., d. 12 

April, 1803. 
+ 4132. II. Isaac Mortimer (Griswold), b. Windsor. Ct,. 

23 Dec. [803, m. Mary Osborn. 
4133. III. Edwin B. (Griswold), b. Windsor, Ct., 23 
Aug.. 1805, d. 17 May, 1834. 
+ 4134. IV. Christiana (Griswold), b. Blendon, Ohio, 23 
Feb., 1808, m. Thomas Schrock, 8 Jan., 1 
4133. V. Fredas Xiles (Griswold), b. Blendon, Ohio, 6 

May, 1811, d. July 16 1881, unm. 
4136. VI. Cicero P. (Griswold), b. Blendon, Ohio, 6 
Dec, 1815, d. Aug. 10, 1885, unm. 
+ 4137. VII. Mindwell E. (Griswold), b. Blendon, Ohio. 
9 Dec. 1822, m. George Clark. 



Sixth Geyieration. 



437 



1S24-. Charles Phelps Hempstead, b. Wind- 
sor, Ct., Oct. 27, 1791, m. in Blendon, Ohio, June 23, 1S21, 
Radiel Craig, b. Augusta Co., Va., June 10, 1794, d. Blendon, 

Ohio, Oct. 2, 1865, daughter of Alexander and (Crawford) 

Craig. 

Mr. Hempstead was a tanner and shoemaker in Windsor, 
Ct., and removed to Blendon, Ohio, where he was a farmer. 
He served in the War of 1812. The family were all Presby- 
terians. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio: 

Mary (Hempstead), 



4137a. 


I 


4137b. 


II 


4137c. 


III 


*i37d. 


IV 


3i37e. 


V 



Twins. 



Julia 
Martha 
Wells 

Alexander S. (Hempstead), b. Aug. 27, 1837, 
m, Mary Prout L,ewis. 
(Probably other children in this family.) 

IN'29. Edward Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., May 
10, 1790, removed with his father and others to Blendon, Ohio, 
in 1806, where lie m. 26 June, 1817, Betsey Jamison, b. 
Staunton, Ya., Oct. 11, 1796, d. Blendon, (J)., Oct. 16, 1890, 
daughter of Robert and Margaret (McCutcheon) Jamison. 
He was sixteen years old when he first settled in Blendon, 
and felled the first tree cut in the town, and was considered 
the best ax-man in that part of the county. He died at 
Blendon, Ohio, 22 Feb.. 1845. ^ r - Phelps enlisted in the 
War of 18 12. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio. 
4-413S. I. Gustavus Swan, b. 30 March, 1818, 111. Sarah 

M. Ru< 
II, William J., b. 4 Dec, 1819, m. Caroline Hart. 



+ 4^39 
+ 4140 
+ 4141 

4142 
+ 4 \l 

+ 4'44 

+ 4 M5 



III. Perry R., b. 27 July, 1821. m. three times. 

IV. Harriet A., b. iS May, 1823, m. Porter W. Ben- 

ton. 
Y, Chauneey, b. 20 April, 1826, d. 3 Dec, 1836. 
YI. Margaret Jane, b. 3 March, 1828, m. Joseph 
C. Yauce. 
VII. Timothy D., b. 12 Sept., 1830, m. twice. 
VIII. Homer H., b. 8. Nov., 1832, m. Mary Merrill. 



tfj8 Sixth Generation. 

+ 4146. IX. Lauretta C, b. 18 vSept., 1835, m. Nathan S. 
Vincent. 

1830. Abram Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct.. 
Apr., 1 79 1, removed with his father and others to Blendon, 
Ohio, in 1806, where he settled, and married Lucy Bell, 15 
Feb., 1821. 

Mr. Phelps d. at Blendon, Ohio, if< Aug., 1834. He had 
no children. Mr. Phelps enlisted in the War of 1S12. 

1833. Lucinda Phki.i's, b. Windsor, Ct., 
Jan., 1797, d. Galena, O., Nov. 25, 1873, removed with her 
father and others to Blendon. Ohio, in 1806, m. 10 July, 1817, 
William Williams, b. Penn., May 13, 1789, d. Genoa, Ohio, 
Nov. 18, 1862, son of Rev. John and Margaret (Taylor) Wil- 
liams. A farmer in Genoa. Ohio. 

Children, b. Genoa, Ohio: 

4.147. I. Plomer (Williams), b. 2^ May, [818, d. 5 

Dec., [850 
4148. II. Milton (Williams), b. 11 Aug.. 1819, d. 23 

July. 
+ 4149. III. Emily (Williams), b. 26 May, 182*1, m. ' 
Melvi 
4150. TV. Miles (Williams), b. 21 July, d. 21 

Oct ... 
+ 4151. V: Amos (Williams), b. 2 Oct.. ['823, in. Susan 

Campbell. 
+ 4152. VI. Edward P. (Williams), b. 15 Dec. [824, m. 
Mary O. Landon. 

4153. VII. Harriett (Williams), b. [9 Apr., 1*27, d. 2; 

Ju -.6. 

4154. VIII. Mary (Williams), b. 1 Aug., 1828, m. John 

M. Parker, 25 Dec, 1855. 

4155. IX. Harlow (Williams), b. 28 Nov . 1829, d. 2 

July, 1895. 
+ 4156. X. Alma (Williams), b. 22 Aug., 1831, m. Win. 

H. Grinnell. 
+ 4157. XI. Corintha (Williams), b. 18 Dec, 1832, m. 

Edwin Phillips. 



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Su- 




MRS. LUCINDA PHELPS WILLIAMS. 



Sixth Generation. jjc? 

+ 4158. XII. Cloe (Williams), b. 6 Feb., 1835, m. Rodney 

R. Cooke. 
- 4159. XIII. Lucinda L. (Williams), b. '1 Nov., 1836, m. 

William P. Vincent. 
+ 4160. XTY. f Virgil D. (Williams), b. 16 Aug., 1839, m. 

Twins. - Emineline Cox. 

f-4161. XV. (Victor (Williams), b. 16 Aug., 1839, m. 

Priscilla Martin. , 

ls:j4-. Chloe Phelps, b. Windsor. Ct., 30 
May, 1709, removed with her father and others to Blendon, 
Ohio, in 1806. m. 30 Nov., 18 17, Menzes Gille 1 son of 
Jabez Gillespie, a Revolutionar} T soldier. He was b. Windsor, 
Ct., April 14, 1796, d. Blendon, Ohio. Aug. 24, 1846, and 
where his wife died Oct. 9, 1868. He was a captain in the 
War of 18 1 2, and was in the battle of Lundy s Lane. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio: 

+ 4162. I. Mary A. (Gillespie), b. 22 Ail 8, m. 

Ephraim McCleary. 
+ 4163. II. William Marcus (Gillespie), b 0< 32i, 

m. Ann Park. 
+ 4164 III, Abram J. (Gillespie), b. 11 Apr., 1824, m. 

Amanda D. Jenkins. 
+ 4165 IV. Alma L. (Gillespie), b. 23 July, 1827, m. 

Moses T. Dickey. 
+ 4166. V. Menzes P. (Gillespie), b. 5 Jan. 1830, m. 

Harriet E. Eblin. 

4167. VI. Chloe (Gillespie), b. 14 July, 1832, m. 17 

Oct., 1848, D. Y. Griunell. No issue. 

4168. VII. Walter (Gillespie), b. 9 Nov., 1834, fell from 

a log barn and died 10 Feb., 1840. 

1835. William Php;lps, b. Windsor, Ct,, 16 
it.. 1802, removed with his father and others to Blendon, 
Ohio, in £806, where he married Jane Watt, Aug. 21, 1824. 
vShe was daughter of Hugh and Mary Watt, and was born in 
Pennsylvania, Dec. 25, 1801, and died near Fort Wayne, Iud., 
March 17, 1856. 

Mr. Phelps first settled on a part of his father's farm in 
Blendon, Ohio, where they resided up to 1841, when they re- 
moved to Jefferson, Ind., where he purchased a tract of laud 



44° 



Sixth Generation . 



in the woods, which he cleared and settled, and where they 
remained np to 1844, when he purchased an improved farm in 
Adams, Allen Co., Ind., near Fort Wayne, and where he re- 
sided up to the time of his death, 2 Jan., 1847, and where his 
family now reside. 



Children, b. Blendon. Ohio, except the last two 



+ 4169 

+ 4170 

+ 4171 

4172 

4i 73 
+ 4174 

4175 

4176 

4177 
4178 



4179. 



E. 



I. Octavius, b. 8 June, [825, m. twit 
II. Augustus, b. 22 July, 1826, m. Marj 
Bullard. 

III. Mary A., b. 1 Feb.', 182s, m, Henry I„. Badger. 

IV, Edward Hugh, b. 20 Sept., [829. Settled in 

Cal. 
V. William, b. 3 Sept., [831, m. Settled Mis- 
»uri. Merchant. 
VI. Sarah Elizabeth, b [.of)ct., 1833, m. Alexan- 
der Mclntyre. 
VII. Abram, b. [6 Aug-., 1835, num., d. Blendon, 
Dec. 26, 1862. 
VIII. Jane, b. [6 Sept., [837, d. 2 Aug., [848. 
IX. Corwin, b. 28 April, [840. Settled in Cal. 
X. Douglas Lincoln, b. Jefferson, Ind., 14 July, 
1842, d. Sept . olunteered in the 

uth Ind! Reg. of three months troops, served 
his time in West Virginia-, was honorably 
discharged, came home, and with two of his 
 tirades raised a company of three years 
men. ' He was appointed 2nd lieutenant, and 
his company was ned to the 30th Ind. 

Vol. Infantry, He was wounded and taken 
prisoner and died in the hand- of the Con- 
federates. He had served in the Signal 
Corps under Maj. Gen. Crittenden, and re- 
ceived his commission as 1st lieutenant a 
short time before his death. 
XI. Theodore, b. Adams, Ind.. 24 Jul -,. d. 

27 Jan,, 1S50. 



1836. Homkk Moore Phelps, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, 9 Feb., 1812, m. Elizabeth G. Connelly, 14 Jan., 



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Sixth Generation. 4-4-1 

She was daughter of Edward and Mary (Graham) Connelly, 
from the North of Ireland, and was b. Bleudon, Ohio, 9 Dec, 
1S11, living in Blendon in 1896. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Blendon, Ohio, on the old homestead, 
and was a Justice of the Peace for many years, but as he said 
it was all honor and trouble and no income, he resigned. He 
died 1 June, 1883. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio : 
+ 4180. I. Fredonia C, b. 14 Nov., 1835, m. Francis B. 

Dean. 
+ 4181. II. Warren, b. 15 May, (839, m. Louisa M, 

Clark. 
4182. Ill, Clinton, b. 14 March, 1844. 

1838. Samuel Nash Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct.. 
Dec, L762, ni. fo Jan., 1788, Phebe Darrow, b. 1765, d. 
Chase, >. . Y., 23 Aug., 1820, aged 35 years. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father and others to New 
Haven, Vl . ; after marrying settled in Cha Y., later 

went with his daughter Martha Farnsworth to Ottawa, 111. > 
wln-re he d. 1 8 Aug., 1 - 

Children, b. Chase, N, Y.: 
+ 4183, 1. Jerushn E., b 2 Aug., 1788, m. twice. 

+ 41S4. II. Samantha, b. 7 July, 1790, m. Francis Cornish. 

4185. III. Martha, b. 26 Feb., 1:793, m. Daniel Farns- 
worth. 
+ 4: IV Elijah D., b. 12 Jan., 1796, m. Hannah Smith. 

41S7. V, Electa, b.-i Oct., 1799", m. S. Burdick. 

4188. VI. Glorinda, b. 11 Apr., i8q2, m. Joseph Huton. 

4 1 So. VII. Martin, b. 1 Apr., 1805, in. Maria Rugan, 

4190. VIII. Samuel, b. 3 Sept., 1IS07, m. Percelia Ryan. 

1839. Joel Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 3 May, 

r 7 6 5> m - • 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father and others to New 
Haven, Yt. It would appear that he with others removed 
thence, some years before his lather. 

Children, b. New Haven, Yt.: 
-+-4191. I. Joel W., b. 1786, m. Lucretia Eldercorn. 



4-4 2 Sixth Generation. 

1840. Phineas Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 10 

Apr., 1767, m, . 

Mr, Phelps settled or removed to New Haven, Vt., and 
married and settled in Stone Bridge, C. W., where he died. 



tildreu, b. Stone Bridge, C. W.: 

I. David, b. m. Miss Hungerford. 
II. Polly, b. m. Joseph Wright. 

III. Elkanah, b. m. Miss Chapel. 

IV. Caroline, b. m. William Norton. 
V. Fennel ia, b. m. 

VI. Teresa, b. m. 
VII. Lawrence, b. m. 



4192 

+ -M93 
4194 

4195 
4196 

4 '07 

4i 

4199. VIII. Daniel D.,b. m. 

1841. Philo Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., lo M 
177"- m. Sarah Gilbert at Middlebury, vt. He m. 2nd, Wid- 
ow Sarah Hogle. 

Mr. Phelps removed to New Haven, Vt., with his father 
and others. After marrying, he settled in Fairfield, Vt., 
where he had seven children born. He then removed to 

inebridge, C. W„ where he m. 2nd wife and where he died. 

Children by 1st wife : 

4-4200. I. Elnathan, b. Fairfield, Vt., m. Ph 
Blakely. 

4201. II. Amanda,!). " m. Joseph Kins- 

by. Had 5 Children. Residence, Mich:. 

-F4202. III. Mirabah, b. Fairfield. Vt., m. Samuel Hun- 

rford. 

203. IV. Eliza G. m. William 
Bull. 

4204. V. Orville. b. d. Stonebrid 
S58, nmn. 

4-4205. VI. John B., b. " m.RachelBlakely 

4-4206. VII. James Turner, b. " m. Lucy J. Mitch- 
ell. 
4-4207. VIII. Mary M., b. Stonebridge, m. Harvey Jewell. 

4208. IN. Jerusha A., b. d, in infancy. 

4209. N. Susan Ann, b. d, in infancy. 



Sixth Gen era tion . 



443 



Children by 2nd wife, b. Stonebridge, C. W. 

4210. XI. Jerusha Allushia, m. Edward Alwilson, had 4 

children. 
+ 421 1. XII. Ithamar Day, b. Feb. 9, 1S22, m. Susan A. 

Chapman. 
4212. XIII. Anne Lorinda, m Jacob Month. Settled in 

Stukely, Canada. 

1845. Elkaxah Wilcox Phelps, b. Norfolk, 

Ct., bapt. 21 May, 1779, m. . 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to New Haven, Yt., 
ond on marrying settled in Stonebridge, C. W. 



4213 

4214 

4 2I 5 

4216 

4217 

421s 

42ig 

4220 



Children, b. Stonebridge, C. W 

I. Joel, m. Charlotte Turner. 
II. Lydia. 

III. Philo, m. Miss Harris, 

IV. Walter, 

V. Hurt, unm. 

VI. Sullivan. 

VII. Phineas, d. in in: 

VIII. Edgar, d. in infancy. 



1846. Lucy Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct. 11 Oct., 
1789, removed with her father and others to New Haven, Vt., 
m, 2S Nov., 1809, Amariah Smith, Mr. Smith was son of 
Dr. Amos and Christiana (Phelps) Smith, of family of George 
Phelps. After marrying, he settled in Sandisfield, Mass., 
where he died. 



1810. 

1813, d. 16 Oct.. 



Children, b. Sandisfield, Mass 

4221. I. Cynthia (Smith) b. 30 Oct. 

4222. II. Lucy H. b 12 May 

1 82 8. 

4223. III. Phelps, b. 13 June, 1815. 

4224. IV. Mary, b. 22 Aug., 1818. 

4225. V. Martha, b. 4 March, 1823, 

4226. VI. Helen, b. 2 Nov., 1827, d. 26 May. [848. 

4227. VII. Jerome, b. 6 Oct., 1S30, d. 16 May. 1848, 

unm. 



+ 



j_ff Sixth Generation. 

184-7. Samuel Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 20 

July, 1755, m. 1st Ruth b. Harwinton, Ct., 1755, d. 

there 8 Apr., 1784. He m. 2nd Jemima b. Harwinton, 

Ct., 1761, where she d. 30 Mar., 179S. He m. 3rd . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Harwinton, Ct., where he died. He 
served in the Revolutionary war, enlisting in the 8th regiment 
of Militia, Capt. Henderson's Co. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Harwinton, Ct.: 

4228. I. Ruth, b, 26 Apr., 1782, d. 4 Sept., [783. 

Children, by 2nd wife : 

4229. II. Ruth, b. 9 Oct., 17 

4230. III. Burr, b. ioOct,. [790, in.i.I 
4261. "C^r Gu^*" <L*JIA. . 

4231. IV. A son, b. 22 Aug.. 1792, d. sameday. / ,p . 
42 V. A sou. b. 22 Aug., 1792, d. sameday. \ 

Children, by 3rd wife : 

4233, I. Nelson, b. 7 Feb., 1799. 

4234. II. Harry, b. 14 Oct., 1800. 
423 III. Sally, b. 15 Jan., 1805. 

1S4S. Hk/.kkiaii Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 

•6 Jan., 175s, in. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Harwinton, Ct., where his children 
were born. After the death of his wife he removed to 
kett's Harbor, Jefferson Co., N. Y., where he resided with 
his sou John, and where lie died. He served in the Revo 
lutiouary army. 

lildren, b. Harwinton, Ct. 

4236. 1. Susannah, b. 9 May, 17 

4237. II. Mary, b. 9 Mar.. 178 

4238. III. John \\\, b. 31 Mar.. 17S5, m. . 

4230. IV. Richard,!.. 13 Feb., I 27 July. 17 

4240. V. Richard, b. 26 Oct., 1799. / 

d. 4 Apr. - Twins. 

424;. VI. Remsen, b. 22 Oct., 1799, m. ) 

1S40. Silas or Giles Phelps b. Harwinton, 

Ct., 13 Dec, 1759, m. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Harwinton. Ct.. where his children 
were all born. After the death of his wife he removed to 



Sixth Generation. 



445 



Elizabethtown, Essex Co., N. Y., where he lived with his son 
Samuel and where he died. 

Children, b. Harwinton, Ct.: 

I. Sabra, b. 16 Feb., 1781. 

II. Ursula, b. 27 Nov., 1782, m. James Elsworth, 
10 June, 1797, son of Jonathan and Jerusha 
Elsworth. Settled in Elizabethtown, Essex 
Co., N. Y. 

III. Samuel, b. 12 Nov., 1785. 

IV. Adin, b. 22 July, 1788, ) 



4242. 
4243. 



4-44 
4245 



4246 

4247 
4248 
4249 
4250 
4251 



d. 12 Feb., 1S03. |- Twins. 

V. Anna, b. 22 July,' 1788. ) 

VI. Deborah, b. 25 Mar., 1792. 

VII. A daughter, b. 6 Mar., 1785, d. one day old. 

VIII. Ladison, b. 22 July, 1796. 

IX. A son, b. 4 July, 1799, d. 7 Mar., 1803. 

X. Sally, b. 27 July, 1801. 

1850. Ira Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 30 May, 



16 Oct., 1789. 

29 May, 1792, d. 

17 Nov., 1794. 



1763, 111. . 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Harwinton, Ct. About 1795 he 
remov r ed to Elizabethtown, N. Y., and later in life to Troy, 
Ohio, where he d. 7 Sept., 1849. 

Children : 

4252. I. Fanny, b. Harwinton, Ct,, 20 Nov., 1787. 

4253. II. Ruby, b. 

4254. III. Arza, b. 

15 Aug., 1807. 

4255. IV. Lois, b. " 

4256. V. Richard, b. Elizabethtown, N. Y. , 22 April, 

)7, m. Sept. 8, 1830, Elizabeth Millard, 
bapt. April 5, 1797. He was a Wesley an 
minister. Settled in Ridgeton, Kent Co., 
C. E. No issue. 

4257. VI. Content, b. Elizabethtown, N. Y., 4 Dec, 

1799, d. 9 June, 1800. 
425- VII. Sabra, b. Elizabethtown, N. Y., 18 Aug., r 
4259. VIII, Ann, b. "' " 9 Aug., 1808. 

+ 4260. IX. Arza J., b. 17 Aug., 1809,. 

m. . 



^^6 Sixth Generation. 

1851. Uri Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 5 July, 
1765, m. 29 July, 1784, Abigail Tulford, b. Watertown, 21 
April, j 76 1, d. Harwinton, Ct., Aug., 1834. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Harwinton, Ct.. where he d. 25 Aug., 
1830. 

Children, b. Harwinton. Ct.: 

4261. I. Eliza, b. 15 May. 1786, m, Burr Phelps. £ 

No. 4? 31 j. 
+ 4262. II. Susan, b. 11 Aug.. 1788, in. Klihu Olmsted. 

4263. III. Sally, b. 11 Jan.. 1791, d. 19 April, 1704. 

+ 4264. IV. Uri Tracy, b. 17 April, 1793, m. Almira . 

4265. V. Nabby, b. 13 May. 1793. m. Jan. 2y, 18 

George Merrill, of New Hartford, Ct. 
+ 4 VI. Sheldon, b. 24 March, 1799, m. Mary Adam>. 

+ 4267. VII. Ransom, b. 6 May, 1800, m. Laura Plant. 
+ 426S. VIII. Adin, I). 1 July. [805, m. Mariette Phelps, 
No. 4277. 

1853. Evans Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 6 
April, 1770, m. Sabra Barber, 2.s Jan., 1771. She d. Harwin- 
ton, Ct., 10 Jar.., 1848. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Harwinton, Ct., on the old home- 
i. and probably late in life settled in Oswego, X. V. He 
d. 18 Dec, 1856. 

Children, b. Harwinton, Ct.: 

42: I. Chloe, b. 23 June, 1792, m. Otis Parsons. 

Settled in Hartland, Ct. She d. 13 Aug., 
1882. 

42, II. Russell, b. 26 Aug., 17^3. d. 27 April 

unm, 

4271. III. Hezekiah. b. 23 Sept., 1793. d. 9 June. 1 

unm. 

4272. IV. Sally, b. 23 Aug.. 1797, m. Orin Barber. Set- 

tled Wolcottville, Ct. She d. 26 Jan., 1 
+ 4273. V. Mary. b. 7 Aug., 1799. m. Klizur Barber. 

4274. VI. Julia, b. 7 Sept., 1801, in. Sylvester Miller. 

4273. VII. Beulah, b. 1 March, 1804, d. 8 Feb.. ivd6. 
4276. VIII. Beulah, b. 23 Feb., 1S06, m. Frances McGran- 

nis. She d. 9 July, 1840. 



Sixth Generation. j.+j 

4277. IX. Mariette, b. 3 May, 1808, m. Adin 

Phelps. See No. 4268. ( T . 

+ 4278. X. Martha, b. 3 May, 1808, m. Sher- {" lwins - 
man Osborn. 
4279. XI. Evans, b. 6 Oct., 181 1, d. 6 Aug., 1817. 
Some of this family emigrated to Canada. 

1860. Major Matthew Phelps, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., 1783, emigrated with his father when five years old to 
New Haven, Vt. Graduated at Middlebury College, Vt. 
Was Judge of the County Court. Served in the War of 1S12, 
and received a Commission as Major in the United States 
Army. He died in 1812. 

Children, b. New Haven, Vt.: 

+ 4280. I. Loyal Case, b. about 1810, m. . 

+ 4281. II. Samuel Matthew, m. — . 

282. III. luman Atlantic, m. . 

33. IV. Phebe A., m. Landon. Settled in Racine, 

Wisconsin. 

1861. Jerfsha Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 1780. 
Removed with her father to New Haven, Vt., when about 2 
years old, m. at New Haven. Vt., 19 Jan., 1799, Ezra Hoyt, 
as his 2nd wife. He was son of Ezra and Sarah (Seymour) 
Aoyt, b. Nor walk, Ct., 16 Oct., 1770, d. New Haven, Vt., 5 
Aug., 1 83 1, and where his widow died, 17 Aug., 1855. Mr. 
Hoyt m. as his 1st wife, Sarah Smith, daughter of Jonathan 
Smith, of Lanesboro, Mass. 

Mr. Hoyt was a lawyer, residing for a time in Lanesboro, 
Mass., where his 1st wife died. He then removed to New 
Haven, Vt.. He was a Judge, always a controlling influence 
in the town, and was in the State Legislature for many years. 

Children, b. New Haven. Vt. 

+ 4284. I. Ovah (Hoyt), b. 25 May, 1800, m. Mary 

Clark. 

4285. II, Sarah " b. 21 May. 1802, m. Hon. 

Stephen Byington. She d. 23 Jan., 1861. 

4286. III. Charlotte (Hoyt), b. 13 Sept., 1805, m. Elisha 

Landon, 12 July, 1S25. She d. 7 March, 1864. 



448 
4287. 



Sixth Generation. 



+ 4288. 
4289. 



IV. Rhoda, (Hoyt) b. 31 May, 1808, m. Rev. R v 
C. Hand 13 Feb., 1831. Shed. Brooklyn, 
X. Y., 27 March, 1S70. 

V. Ezra Matthew (Hoyt), b. 5 Dec, 1812, m. 
Charlotte Bottom. 
VI. George W. (Hoyt), b. New Haven, Vt., 25 
March, [818, d. 23 Nov., 1837, while study- 
ing for the ministry. 

1863. Paul Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 16 

June, 1794, m. 8 July, 1824, Ursula Cook. She was daughter 
of Roswell and Sarah (Wilson) Cook. She was b. Harwin- 
ton, Ct., 8 Oct., 1797, d. at Vernon, X. V., 2 March., 
in her 84th year. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Harwinton, Ct,, where two of 
'lis children were born, when he removed to Vernon. X. Y. 
where he d. 15 Sept.. 1877, in his 84th year. 

ldren : 
I. George Spencer, b. Harwinton, Ct.. 9 May, 
1825. d. 22 Nov., [846, unin. 
II. Charles Cook. b. Harwinton, Ct. 22 April, 
■7, m. Mary 1 
III. Anson Gillett, b. Vernon, X. V., 24 Aug., 

[828, m. Emily C. Parsons. 
IV Wadser \V, b. Vernon, X. Y., 3 Aug., 1 
Xot of sound mind. 

V. Amoretta Ursula, b. Vernon, X. V., 9 June, 
$4, m. Chauncey B. Burleigh. 

VI. John Jabex. tton, X. \\4Jan.. [836, d. 

3 pt., 1862, unm. 
VII. Sarah, b. Vernon, X. V., 1 V 

1864. Fanny Ann Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 
17 96, m. 10 June 3 at Harwinton, Ct., Sheldon 

Spencer. He settled in Buffalo, X. V,, where he died. 

Children : 
429 . I. Edward (Spencer) b. 2 July, 

4298. II. Fanny b. 7 July, 1833, d. 25 Aa 

• ^4. unm. 

4299. III. Henry b. 8 March. 1831, d. Lenox. 

4300. IV '. Cora L, b. 27 Nov., 1839. 



4290. 


+ 4291. 


+ 4292. 


4^93- 


+ 4294. 


4295- 


4296. 


11 Dec. 



Sixth Generation. , j.j.q 

1865. Harriett Sophia Phelps, b. Harwin- 
ton, Ct.. ii May, 1798, m. 5 Dec, 1821, Lyman Colt. Prob- 
ably settled in Wisconsin. 

Children : 

I. Riley Phelps (Colt). 
II. Horace Gillett " 

III. John Addison " 

IV. Adaline 
V. William Henry Harmon (Colt). 



430 1 

4302 

4303 
4304 
4305 



1806. Oliver Loomis Phelps, b. Harwinton, 
Ct., 19 Aug., 1800, m. Nov., 1830, Emily Goodwin, b. Ply- 
mouth, Ct., 1 Nov., 1802, d. Clarkson, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Clarkson. X. Y., where he remained 
a short time, then removing to Vernon, N. Y., where he 
died. His family settled there. 

Children : 

4-4306. 1. Emily Faber, b. Clarkson, N. Y., 25 Oct,, 

1 S3 1, m. Waite O. Spencer. 
+ 4307. II. Esther Gillett. b. Vernon, N. Y., 1 May, 1X35. 

m. Charles I). Allen. 
430s. HI. Ellen Goodwin, b. Vernon, N. Y., i" May, 
1.S35, m. James Morris. Settled in Roches- 
ter. N. Y. 
4309. IV. Oliver Hammer, b. Vernon, N. Y. , 17 May, 

1 840. 

1876. Rhoda Belden\ b. 16 May, 1781, d. 

m. 9 April, [801, David Lyman, b. — — d. sou of David 

and Mary (Brown) Lyman, of New Hartford, Ct. 
Mr. Lyman \ as a farmer in New Hartford, Ct. 

Children, b. New Hartford, Ct.: 

+ 4310. ' I. David Belden (Lyman), b. 28 July, 1803, m. 

Sarah Joyner. 
b. 18 April 1806. 
b. 6 Feb., 1808, d. 
b. 5 Aug., 18 io, (1. 
b. 1 Oct., 1814. 



431 1. 


II. 


George 


4312. 


III. 


Elijah 


4313- 


IV. 


Edward 


43H- 


V. 


Luther, 


(29) 







45° 




Sixth 


Generation. 




43 1. 5- 


VI. 


Rhoda P. 


Ly 


man. 


b. 22 Nov., 1816, m, 
Luther Miller. 


43i6. 


VII. 


James 




. 1 


b. 14 Feb., 1818, d. 
17 May, im 


4.317- 


VIII. 


Benjamin 




f i 


b. 8 Julj [819, d. 


43' 


IX. 


Gaylord P. 




• . 


b. 6 Sept., 1 v 


43 


X. 


Julia A. 






b. 22 May. 1822, d. 
29 Aug., [8: 



1885. Hox. William Joshua Phelps, b. Bur- 
ton, Ct., 2 May. 1808, in. Olivia Johnson. 10 Sept.. 1834. 

She was daughter of Benoni and Abigail Johnson, and was b. 
Harwiuton, Ct.. 26 Aug., 1804, died at Elmwood, 111., 17 
Feb., is'73- 

Mr. Phelps settled in Elmwood, 111., where he d. 3 I*\ 
[8 

He was a very public-spirited man; one of the first settlers 
and named the place. 

Children, b. Elmwood, 111.: 

■+•4319. I. William Edward, b. 9 Oct., [835, m. Ellen A. 

Wiley. 
+ 4320. II. Augustus Samuel, b. i<> July, 1*37, m - Sarah 

Stevei 
4321, III. William Joshua, b. 26 Feb., 1843, d. 22 Aug.. 

L3. 

lss(>. Hannah Birge Phelps, b. Burin 
Ct.. .Sept. io, 1S10. m. in Burlington, Ct.. April 24, 1834, 
Truman Humphreys, b. West Simsbury, Ct., July 14. 
d. Elmwood, 111,, March 24, 1- - — - itid 

Chloe (Humphrey) Humphreys. 

They settled in Grant County. Ky., in 1834; removed to 
Crawfordsville, Ind., and from there, in -.. t El owood, 
Peoria County, 111., where Mr. Humphreys died, and where 
his widow was living in 1SS4. 

Mr. Humphreys traded for years in the southern states, and 
was later in farming and merchandising. He was at onetime 
importer and breeder of French Meri ;ep. 

Children : 



Sixth Generation. 

4322. I. Mary Angeline (Humphreys), b. Williams- 

town, Ky., May 7, [835 in. Rev. James 
Dunham Wyckoff. 

4323. II. Leander Phelps (Humphreys), 1». Williams- 

town, Ky.. May 4, [837, d. Carthage, O , 
Aug 1 58. 

4324. III. Leander Phelps (Humphreys), b. near Craw - 

fordsville, Ind., Dec. 27, 1839, d. near Elm- 
wood, 111., Feb. 15, 1852, 

4325. IV. Maria Ada (Humphreys), b. Elmwood, 111., 

May 9. 1843, m - Henry T. Dunlap. 
432 V. Tacitus Truman (Humphreys), b. Elmwood, 

111., Aug-. 29, 1S46, d. Aug. 14, 1864. He 
enlisted at Elmwood for one hundred days, 
and was mustered in at Chicago May 31, 

r of Co. D, [32nd 111. V 
His regiment, after guarding rebel soldiers 
at Chicago, was sent to Paducah, Ky., where 
he was taken sick lit home on fur- 

lough, and 
VI. Hubert Asher (Humphreys), b, Elmwood, 111., 

Nov. 14, 1S49, m. Ellen Betsey Wells. 
VII. William Joshua (Humphreys), I). Elmwood, 
111.. May [9, 1855, m. Julia Anna Bandy. 
INS?. Samuel Phelps, b. Burlington, Ct., 12 
June. 1814, m. 21 Aug.. [839, Emeline D. Erisbie of Harwin- 
ton, Ct. She was daughter of Enos and Lucy Frisbie. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Elmwood, 111., where he died, 12 Dec, 

Children, b. Elmwood, 111, 

-f 4326a. I. Enos Frisbie, b. rS June, 1840, m, Emma M. 

Rou 
4326b. II. Lucy Ada, 1). 28 Oct., 1842, d. 15 April, 184 
4326c. III. William Henry, b. 11 May, 1846, drowned in 
California, 6 July, 1875. 
+ 4326d. IV. Lucius Joshua, b. 8 Oct., 1850, m. Ida Taj lor. 
+ 4326c V. Clara May, b. 7 Dec, [852, m. John Jerman. 

1891. Makili.a Phelps, b. Burlington, Ct., 

Jan. 28, [798, d. April 24, 1861, m. Sept. 6, [82Q, Chaum 



4$2 Sixth Generation. 

Brooks, b. Burlington, Ct., Jan. 12. 1794, d. May 18, 1880. 
Son of Lieut. Chauncey and Elizabeth (Barnes) Brooks. Res- 
idence, Baltimore, Md. Mr. Brooks was president of the B. 
& O. R. R. Co. He was a wholesale merchant, also president 1 
Western National Bank of Baltimore, at time of death. He 
m. 2nd, Mary (Phelps) Marks, sister of his first wife. >^ 
No. 1894. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md.: 

+ 4327. I. Walter Booth (brooks), b. May 27, 1823, m. 

Caroline Cole. 
+ 4328. II. Henry Phelps b. Nov. 13. [825, m. 

Rachael Harryman. 
+ 4329. III. Thorndike (Brooks) b. March 11, [828, m. 

Mary McKean. 
+ 4330. IV. John Chauncey (Brooks), b. Sept. 19, [830.n1. 

Armenia M. Iv< s. 

4331. V. Edward Kellogg b. July 31, [832, d. 

Oct. 16, [833, 

4332. VI. Franklin Lyndi b. July 4. [835, d. 

in Texas, June 24, 1x04. mini. 

4333. VII- Frederick (Brooks), b. Oct. 5, [837, d. July 

9, 1840. 

4334. VIII. Albert Jennings b. Sept. 9, 1840, d. St. 

Louis, Mo., Oct. 8. He was a mer- 

chant in Baltimore and St. 1. 

L892. Phebe Gaylord Phelps, b. Burlii 

ton, Ct., 1803, d. Plainville, Ct., about 1896, m. Aug. 22, 
1827, Uriel Bradley, b. Meriden, Ct., Oct, 22, 1804, d. Dec. 
30, 1887. Son of James and Sylvinia (Hough) Bradley. 
Residence, Burlington, Ct., Baltimore. Md.. Durham, Ct .and 
Plainville, Ct. 

Children, b. Burlington, except 1st.: 

+ 4335. I. Lynde Phelps (Bra Ltii »re, Md., 

March 3, [829, m. Hattie Parker. 

+ 4336. II. Helen Maria (Bradley). 1.. Jan. - m. 

Seymour Potter. 

+ 4337. III. James Wolfe b. Nov. 20 • •. m. 

Cvnthia Bronson. 



Sixth Generation. j.53 

+433 IV. Hoyt Herschel b. Sept. 22. 1833, 

Sarah Matthews. 
+4339. V. Mary Eliza July 6, 1838, m. 

Baxter Gridley. 

1893. Laura Phelps, b. Burlington, Ct., 
05, d. Nov. 21, 1887, ra. Sept. 30, 1823, Isaac Pitkin Steele, 

b. New Hartford, Ct., Oct. 28, 1799, d. Sept. 27, 1857, sou of, 
Isaac and Lavinia (Goodwin) Steele. 

Res. New Hartford, Ct. Mr. Steele was tax collector for 
twenty years. 

Children, b. New Hartford, Ct.: 

4340. I. Newell (Steele), b. Aug. 15, 1824, d. March 

21, 1852, Ulllll. 
+ 4341. II. Catharine M. (Steele), b. July 13, 1827, m. 

James G. Woodward. 
+ 4342. III. Hubert A. (Steele), b. Sept. 15, 1829, m. 

twice, 
+ 4.343. IV. Roswell Gaylord (Steele), b. Aug. 18, 1:831, 

m. Elizabeth Marsh. 

4344. Y. Abby Ann (Steele!, b. March 16. 1834, d. 
4344a. VI. Caroline (Steele), b. March 18, 1836, d. Dec. 

21, [843. 

4345. VII. Augeliue L. (Steele), b. April to, 1838. Res. 

New Hartford, Ct., unm. 

4346. VIII. Isaac Newton (Steele), b. June 1, 1840, d. 

unm. 
+ 4347. IN. Caroline (Steele), b. Sept. 25, 1S42, m. Alfred 

B. Humphrey. 
+ 434S. N. Cordelia (Steele), b. Sept. 4, 1844, m. Seth 

Payne. 

1894. Mary Phelps, b. Burlington, Ct., May 
10, 1806, d. Bridgeport, Ct., Nov, 1, 1882, m. in Burlington, 
Ct., Sept. 20, 1834, Almeron Marks, b. Burlington, Ct., Oct. 
13, 1804, d. Burlington, Ct., Dec. it,, 1853, son of William 
and Polly (Roberts) Marks. 

She m. 2nd, in May, 1862, Chauncey Brooks, whose first 
wife was her sister Marilla. See No. 1891. 

She wrote and published, when she was seventy-three, a 



^5/ Sixth Generation. 

sketch of the Gaylord family, and an interesting account of 
the Wyoming massacre, and the original manuscript is in the 
hands of her daughter. Mrs. Ward. Mr. Marks was a lawyer 
in Durham, Green County, X. Y. 

Children by first husband, b. Durham. N. Y.. except first : 

434 I. Walter (Marks), b. Burlington, Ct., June . 

1835, d. Oct. 12 
-f-4349. U- Cordelia (Marks), b. July 28, 1836, m. Zadock 

A. Ward. 
+ 4350. III. Arthur (Marks), b. Jan. 22, [838, m. Fannie 

F. Backus. 
+ 4351. IV. Constant R. (Marks), b. April 11, [841, m. 

Harriet J. Kilbourne. 
+ 43s V. Roland Phelps (Marks), b. Nov. 26, 1844, m. 

Emma Hutchinson. 
+ 4353. VI. Mary Loreua (Marks), b. Sept. 12, 1846, m. 

Alexander Wheeler. 

18^)5. Lorena Phelps, b. Burlington, Ct., 
Nov. 27, 1807, d. Burlington, Ct., Jan. 28, 1895, m - July 19, 

1S46. Luman Spencer, b, New Hartford, Ct., May 22. 1805. 
Res. Burlington, Ct. 

Child, b. Burlington. Ct.: 
+ 4354. I. Edward Phelps (Spencer), b. Dec [o 1847, 

m. Estelle M. Fenn. 

\s\s1. Caroline Phelps, b. Bur] , Ct., 

Oct., 1811, d. Durham, N. Y., June m. Nov. 22, 

1S4S, William Pierce, of Durham, X. V.. b. [806, d. Jan. 
1893. son of Micah and Hannah (Wheeler) Pierce. Res. Dur- 
ham, X. Y. 

Children, b. Durham. X. Y.: 

-(-4353. I. Caroline Percival (Pierce), b. ove 

- lith. 
+ 4356. II. Delia Phelps . m. 

George J. Holdeu. 

190*2. Franklin Phelps Wilcox, b. Harwin- 

ton, Ct., 6 Feb., 1806, m. Emeline Holcomb. 

Children : 



Sixth Generation. 755 

4357. I. Oscar F. (Wilcox), b. , resided in Chico- 

pee, Mass. 

4358. II. A daughter b. , d. in infancy. 

1903. Aixek Wilcox, b. Harwinton, Ct., 9 
April, 1 80S, m. Lucy Eliza Hart, of Colebrook or Norfolk, 
Ct., daughter of Truman and Polly | (Spencer) Hart. In Dec, 
[837, he and his wife went as missionaries to the Sandwich 
Islands. In Aug., 1869, they returned for a visit. They were 
soon both taken sick, and she d. 13 Aug., and he d. 20 Aug., 
and were buried in Colebrook, Ct. 

Children, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

4359 I. Charles Hart (Wilcox), d. in California, m. 

Frances A. Van Meter. 

4360. II. George Norton (Wilcox). 

4361. III. Fdward Payson m. Mary P. H. Rock- 

well. 

4362. IV. Albert Spencer 

436 V. Samuel Whitney " m. Emma Washburn 

Lyman. 
43' : VI. William Luther 

43> - VII. Clarence Sheldon " d. in infancy. 

4366, VIII. Henry Harrison " m. May Green. 

1904-. Lois Wilcox, b, Harwinton, Ct., 30 
April, 18.10, m. 12 May, 1834, Markham Scott of Plymouth, 
Ct., where he settled and died 9 Aug., 1890, and where his 
wife d. 9 Dec, 1878. 

He was b. Plymouth, 23 April, 1808, and was son of Levi 
and Sarah Scott. 

Children, b. Plymouth, Ct.: 

4367. I. Homer Augustus (Scott) b. 29 Aug., 1838, d. 

aged 17 yrs. 
■+•4368. II. Elvira Cornelia (Scott) b. 10 Aug., 1842, m. 

George H. Bates. 
4369. III. Abner Wilcox (Scott) b. Killed in Battle of 
Winchester, Ya., 19 Sept., [864, in war of 
Rebellion, 2nd Reg. of heavy artillery. 



^5 6 Sixth Generation. 

1905. Aaron Sheldon Wilcox, b. Harwin- 
ton, Ct., 1 8 July, 1812, m. Elizabeth Smith. Res. Elmwood, 
111. 

Child : 

4370. I. A daughter, only child d. when nearly 3 yrs. 

old. 

1907. Charles Wilcox, b. Harwintou, Ct., 
5 Nov., 1815. He in. 1st Elvira L. Osborn of Litchfield, Ct 
Hem. 2nd Charlotte Hart of Plainville, Ct,, dan. of Jehiel 
Chester Hart. 

Mr. Wilcox resided in Litchfield, Ct., and had all children 
by his 2nd wife. 

Children, b. 2nd wife : 

4371. I. Simeon (Wilcox) b. Litchfield, Ct. 

4372. II. Maria " b. 

1908. Maria Wilcox b. Harwinton, Ct., 13 
July, [818, m. John J. Welton 

Children : 

4373. I- Charles (Welton) b. m. . R 

Fairbury, Xeb. 

4374. II. Ellen (Welton) b. m. . B 

Redland, Cal. 

1909. Car* Wilcox, b. Harwinton. Ct., 
Vug., 1820, in. Walter Hart, of Plainville, Ct., son of Jehiel 

Chester Hart. 

Mr. Hart settled in Plainville. Ct. 

Child : 
437^. I. A daughter and only child. She i> now, in 

1897. a widow, residing in New Britain. Ct. 

1910. Joshua Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 8 Jan., 
1750, m. 9 Aug., 1769, FUizabeth Fuller, b. Hebron, Ct.. 
Apr., 1750, d. there Feb., 1S37. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he d. in March. 
1S25. He enlisted in the army of the Revolution. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 



Sixth Generation. -isj 

4376. I. L,ydia, b. 29 July, 1770, d. 24 Mar., 1773. 

4377. II. Joshua, b, 27 Aug., 1771, d. 9 Nov., 1773. 

4378. III. Elizabeth, b. 20 Aug., 1773, m. — Whitman. 
+ 4379. IV. Joshua, b. 1 Aug., 1775, m. three times. 

4380 V. Sally, b. 26 Sept., 1777, m. Oliver Baldwin. 

4381. VI. Lavinia, b. 16 Aug.. 1780,01. — Woodworth. 
VII. Dolly, b. 26 Oct.. 17S2, d. 1833, uum. 
+ 4383. VIII. Dicy, b. 21 Apr., 1785, m. Joseph Carver. 
43S4. IX. Calvin, b. 9 Feb., 1788, d. 1791. 

4385, X. Lena, b. 21 Apr., 1791, m. Gordon Bli 

She d. June 3, 1872. 

4386. XI. Salmon, b. 7 Jan., 1793, m. Mrs. Amy Olm- 

sted. He d, 4 Jan., 1874, 

1911. Kzekiel Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 30 
May, 1 7 s ^ . m. 22 Jan., 177.-,. Patience Rollo, at Hebron, Ct. 
She was daughter of John Rollo and Mary Phelps. No, 466. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct. They had no issue. 

Quit claim deed from Ezekiel Phelps and Patience his wife 
to William Rollo, 25 Apr., 1777. Consideration ,£29, 2^. 

1913. Abigail Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 14 
July, 173s, m. Israel Holdridj e 

Children : 

43S7. I. Clarissa (Holdridge). m. D. Lusk. 

438S. II. Herlry 

438 HI, Abig 

1914. Homer Phklps. b. Hebron, Ct., 15 
May, 1737, m. 13 Aug . 17.S2.zIda Root. She was daughter 
of William and Zervia (Baldwin) Root, and was b. Hebron, 
Ct., 10 June, 1763, where she d. in 1806. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct. Later in life he removed 
to New York, where he d. in 1 He served in the Re- 

lutionary army. 

Children, b. Hebron, C: 

43' I. Homer, b. 8 Sept., 1783. d. 1 Jan., 1784. 

4391. II. Homer, b. 1 Apr., 1783, m. I. G. Codington. 

2nd' Ruby Phelps. No. 3634. 

4392. III. Henry, 9 Apr., 1788, d. July, 1796. 



t5* 



Sixth ( j en era turn . 



4393. IV. Adah, b. 6 Feb., 1790. m. Orin Beach, Feb., 

I Sio. 

-f-4394. V. Horace, b. 14 May. 1792. m. Eunice Smith. 

4395. VI. Anna, b. 3 Mar., 1794, m. Orin Walters, li 

4396. VII. Lura, b. 24 May, 1796. ra. Ira Bodwell, 1 

4397. VIII. William, b, 15 Dec. 1798, m. Abiah Taylor. 

26. 
43< IX. Zerviah, b. [Nov., toi Taylor, 1821. 

4399. X. Abigail, b. 4 May, 1S04, m. Henry Dewey. 

4400. XI. Eliza, b, 9 Dec, t8o6, nj. Edward Benedict. 

191."). Beriah Phelps, 1>. Hebron, Ct., 2 Jan.. 
1759, m. Ruby Mills 
Mr. Phelps settled in Green River, X. V. 

Children, b. Green River. X. V. 

I. Bell. 

II. Polly, b. about 1778, m. Isaac Dunham, 

III. Ruby. 

IV. Beriah, b. about 17S0, m. . 

V. George. 

VI. Alfred. Settled in Albany. X. Y. 



4401 

4402 

4403 

+ 44"4 

4405 

4406. 



1916. Hannah Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., 20 
May, 1 76 1, m. Joel Porter, sou of Joel and Pkebe (English) 
Porter, b. 6 July. 17 

Children : 
I. Anna (Porter). 
II. Solomon " 

III. Silence " 

IV. Hleeta 
V. Alfred 

VI. Joel 

1031. Uzziel Phelps, 1 Hebron, G 
m. Lovisa Barber, at Hebron. Ct. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Hebron, Ct. 

Children b. Hebron. Ct.: 

I. Laura M., m. Elihu Wright. 
II. Abigail, m. three times. 

III. Ezekiel, m. rst, Sarah Lanning, 2nd, Laura 
Camp. 



44<->7 

4 ~ 

4409 

4410 

44ii 
4412 



44*3- 
4414- 
4415- 



Sixth Generation . 4.59 

4416. IV. Calvin. 

4417. V. George. 
44 is. VI. Polly. 

+ 4419. VII. Susan C, b. 17 Oct., 1807, m. twice. 

4420. VIII. Mary Ann, m. Welch Knight. 

1928. KrxiCK Phelps, b. Cornwallis, Nova 

-Scotia, 15 April, 1776. m. Tames Foster, son of Hacaliah and 
Lois (Swcetland) Foster. He was b. Windsor, Ct., 3 Aug., 
1771. Settled in Manchester, Ct., where he died, 31 Dec, 
1846. He was a merchant there. Mrs. Phelps died in Hart- 
ford, Ct., 29 May, [850. 

Children, b. 'Manchester, Ct.: 

4421. I. James Phelps (Foster), b. 31 Jan., 1S00, d. 14 

May, 1 87 s 

4422. II. Ralph Henry b. 14 May, 1S1S. 

1930. Ralph Rhodolphus Phki i Man- 
chester, Ct., 1 March, 1787. m. Mary Stevenson, a widow, 
Sept. iSu). They had no issue. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Manchester, Ct. He d. 26 Feb., 1884. 
They had an adopted daughter who m. a Mr. Boyd. 

1931. Orinda Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 16 
April, 1765, d. 27 Nov., 1831. She m. Samuel Bliss, at 
Orford, N. H., where she had removed with her father in 1771. 

Mr. Bliss settled in Orford, N. H. 

4423. I. Abigail (B iss). 



44-4 

4425 
4426 

4427 
4428 

4429 



II, L-ydia 

III. Cynthia, d. in infancy. 

IV. Polly. 
V. Lucy, 

VI. Samuel. 
VII. Sally, d. in infancy. 



1932. Samuel Phklps, b. Hebron, Ct., 2 Dec, 
1766, Removed with his father and others to Orford, N. H., 
177 1. m. 1st, 29 Nov., 1787, Patience Cook, who d. Orford, 
N. H., 1 Aug., 1795. Hem. 2nd Fanny Stepheus. 21 Nov.; 
1796. She d. Orford, N. H., 9 Nov., [798. Hem. 3rd Annie 
Bartholomew, 1 Sept., 179 



j.6o 



Sixth Generation , 



Mr. Phelps in 177 1, when 5 years old, removed with his 
father to Orford, N. H., where he settled, and died 27 Dec.,. 
1827, in his 60th year. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Orford, N. H.: 

4430. I. Patty, b. 15 Nov.. 1788. 

+ 4431. II. Samuel, b. 2 July, 1790,111. Martha Brewster. 

4432. III. Ebenezer, b. 25 May, 1795, cl . 24 Sept.. 1795. 

Child by 2nd wife : 

4433. IV. Fanny, b. 29 Oct.. 1798, d. 16 Nov., 1798. 

Children by 3rd wife : 

4434. V. Timothy, b. 2 July, [800, d. 20 Jan., 1802. 

4435. VI. Timothy, b. 31 Dec, iSm, m. . Settled 

in Orford, N. H,, and d. 2 Dec, 1801. 

4436. VII. Aimer, 1). 11 May, 1804, m. 

Settled in San Francisco, Cal. 

A lawyer. Twins. 

44^7. VIII. Anna. b. 11 May, 1804, m. Oliver 

Mitchell. 
4438. IX. Fanny Patience, b. 23 Aug., 1806, d. 12 Nov., 
"1841. 

1934. Bridget Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 31 
May, 1769, emigrated with her father in 1 77 1 . to Orford, X. 
H., m. Josiah Archer, b. Orford, X. H., where he settled and 
died, and where his widow. Bridget, died 13 A.ug , 1 ^42. 

Children, b. Orford, X. H.: 



4439- 

4440. 

4441- 
444^- 
444. Y 
4444- 
4445. 
4446- 

4447- 

444S. 



I. Polly (Archer). b. about i;o<>. 

II. Ann 

III. Josiah 

1Y. James 

Y. Dot 

VI. — 



VII. 
VIII. 

IX. 
X. 



d. in infancy 



Aug., 



/ / 



11)35. Lvdia Phklps, b. Orford. X. II.. y 
m. Hosea Russ, b. Orford, X. H., where he set- 



Sixth Generation . 



4.61 



4449 


I. 


4450 


II. 


445i 


III. 


4452 


IV. 


4453 


V. 


4454 


VI. 


4455 


VII. 


4456 


VIII. 



tied and died, and where his wife died, 26 Oct., 1842. She 
\\as the first child born in Orford. 

Children, b. Orford, X. H.: 

John (Russ). 

Lydia " d. in infancy. 

Sally 

Amasa, " 

Lvdia. 

Asahel 

Sophrbnia (Russ). 

A child d. in infancy. 

1938. Asenath Phelps, b. Orford, N. H., 13 
May, 1777, m. Thomas Stevenson, b. Orford, N. H., where 
he settled and died, and where his wife died, 1 Feb., 1835. 

Children, b. Orford, N. H.: 
4457. I. Fanny (Stephenson). 

44- II. A child d. in infancy. 

4459. I . Francis 

4460. IV. Lydia 

4_|/>i. V. A chil d. in infancy. 

4462. VI. Samuel 

4463. VII. Asenath 

4464. VIII. A child d. in infancy. 

4465. IX. George W. " 

194-1. Nathaniel Phelps, b. Orford, X. H., 
4 July, 1782, m. 1st, Lydia Diminick, b. Orford, X. H., where 
she died. He m. 2nd. Mehitable Davis, and settled in Orford, 
X. H. 

H.: 







Children, 


b. Orford, X 


4466 


I. 


Benoni, b. 


about 1800. 


4467 


U. 


Shubael. 




4468 


III. 


A chil 


young. 


4479 


IV. 


Adolphus. 




447o 


V. 


Dorcas, b. 


about 1 8 10. 


447 ^ 


VI. 


A child, d. 


young. 


4S72. 


MI. 


Nathaniel. 




4473 


Mil. 


William. 




4474 


IX. 


Kzra. 





462 Sixth Generation. 

J 943. Hon. George Morey Phelps, b. Or- 

ford, N. H., 27 Jan., 1788, m. 1st. Sarah Whittle Fitch. 31 
Dec, 1 8 16. She was daughter of Bela and Sally (Whittle) 
Fitch, and was b. Claremont. N. H., 25 Aug., 1796, d. in 
New Chester, X. H,, 12 Mar.. 1834. 

He m. 2nd, Lydia Thurston, 27 Apr., 1 834. She was 
daughter of David and Sally (Ealoir) Thurston, and was b. 
New Castle, N. H., 28 July, [810. (David was of Abner*, of 
Abner 3 , of James 2 , of David' Thurston, the emigrant, of New- 
bury, Mass., 1640. ) 

After the death of Mr. Phelps, she 111, for 2nd husl and 
Hilary Knox, and lived in Hill, Merriinac Co., N. H. I ! 
George Peabody Knox, 1>. 7 Sept., 1851, d. 28 Aug >8. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at colk ■. I commenced the study 

of law in [812 In [815, on account of his health, was 
obliged- to relinquish his studies. He spent the balance of 
that year in New I \ leans and the West Indies. In the spring 
of 1S16, he returned, and was admitted to the bar, 1 Dec, 
[816. He first settled in Lyme, N. H., removing from there 
to New Chester, now Hill, N. H., in Sept., 1826. He relin- 
quished his practice 25 Now, r843, and d. at Hill. N. H., 2s 
Aug., 1S45. He represented his town several times in the 
State Legislature. 

Children by 1st wife : 

4475. I. George Rix, b. Lyme, N. H.. 6 Oct., 1X16. 

m. Sarah Gales. Settled Granville, Ala., 
where he d. 14 Dec, 1N44. 

4470. II. Bela Fitch, b. Lyme. N. H., 7 Jan., 1822. 

+ 4477. III. Sarah Lavinia, b. Lyme, N. H.. 12 Jan., 1824, 
m. W'm. P. Abram 

4478. IV. Charles C, b. I. vine. N. H., 16 Apr., [826. 

Settled Aponam, Kent Co.. R. I. 

447.,.. V. Caroline Louisa, b. New Chester, N. II.. 

May, 1828 

44s 1 VI. Edward 1).. b. New Chester, N. H.. 5 Aug , 

[833, d. g May. 1834. 

Children by 2nd wife: 
44S 1 . VII. Edward Douglas, b. Hill, N. H.. iy Apr., 
[837. Settled in San Francisco, Cal. 



Si xth Generation. +r 



'J 



11)44. Mason Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., i May 
1781. m. Hannah Burpee, who d. Orford, N. H. 

Mr. Phelps removed to Orford, N. H., about the time of 
his marriage, 1807, at the time his father and family removed 
to Lenox, Mass. He settled in Orford, N. H., where he died 
11 May, 181 1. 

Children, b. Orford, X. H. : 

4882. I. Ebenezer, b. 24 June, 1808, d. 18 Sept., 1826, 

unm. 
4483. II. Hiram, b. 25 Oct., 1810, d. y> Nov., 1848, 

unm. 
44S4 III. Asa b. 2 April, 1813, d. March, 1874. unm. 

4485. IV. Mehitable, b. 2 April, 1813, d. 29 Oct., 1- 
+ 4486. V. Mary S., b. 8 March, 1S16, m. Cyrus John- 

sou. 
4487. VI. Hannah, b. 8 March, 1816, d. 17 Dec, 1853, 
unm. 
f-44 VII. Mira J., b. 8 Sept., 1820. m. Hiram Fronshaw. 

+ 4489- VIII. AmeliaS.. b. 21 Oct., 1803, m. twice. 

1945 Hannah Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 1 
July, 1783, came witli her father to Lenox. Mass, in 1807, 
where she m. in 1807 Uriah Judd, as his 2nd wife. Settled 
in Lenox, Mass., m East Street. The old homestead is now 
held by his descendants. He died in Lenox. His wife 
Hannah, died in Lenox, 1 Aug., 1829, both were interred in 
the Lenox Cemetery. She had no issue. 

Uriah Judd's first wife was Betsey Peck, sister of Oliver, 
Lura and Jabez Peck. He m. 3rd — - Mattoon. 
His children, all by first wife, were: 

I. Jabez (Judd), b. m. Caroline Res. on old homestead. 

II. Nancy " 1). m. GeorgeHorace Phelps. See No. 1953. 

III. Lois b. m. Henry Dewey. 

IV. Betsey b. m. Amos Briggs. Set. in Haverstraw. 

11)46. Wealthy Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 10 
Mar., 1785. Removed with her father and family to Lenox, 
Mass., in 1807, m. Charles Lathrop, 11 Mar., 1811. He was 
son of Uriah and Lois (Hinkley) Lathrop, and was b. Nor- 
wich, Ct., 22 Sept., 1785. Settled in Pittsfkld, for a short 



'4.64. Sixth Generation. 

time, where one of his children was born, removed from 
there to Volney, N. Y., where he d. 21 »Sept.. 1854, and 
where his wife d. 7 Sept., 1854. 

Children : 

4490. I. William (Lathrop), b. Pittsfield, Mass., d. 30 

Aug., 1854, num. 

4491. II. Mary Ann (Lathrop). b. Yolnev. X Y. d. 

young. 

4492. III. Caroline (Lathrop) b. Yolnev, X. Y , .-, 1 May, 

1S20, d. 5 July, 1896, in Lenox, mini. 

104?. Clarissa Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 24 
Jan., 1787, removed with her father to Lenox, Mass., in 181 
where she m. Oliver Peek. 20 Sept.. 1X00. He was 
ha and Lucretia (Palmer) Peck. 

Mr. Peck first settled on a farm, on East Street, Lenox, 
Mass., now owned by a descendant of this family. Later he 
removed to the village of Lenox, p sing the place now- 

owned by his graiid-daughter Frances Weed of Dayton, Ohio. 
For main- years he was associated in business with Mr. William 
Phelps, his brother-in-law, (Mr. Peck and Mr. Phelps married 
ers of each other), in the tin business, sending nut each 
summer peddling wagons through the eastern states, New 
York, Penn-., Kentucky. Virginia and Tennessee, and later in 
the Mercantile business under the firm of Peck & Phelps. 
About [857 they with Mr. James Collins purchased the Blast 
Furnace, Real Estate and Water Power at Lenox 1'urn. 
now Lenox Dale, each owning a 1-3 interest, and organized 
the same soon after into a Stock Co., under an Act of the 
Legislature. They condm rosperous business and 

built tlie first factory in the southern part of the 

County in 1853-1854, for windov This was afterwards 

turned into a plate gl lss Factory, and for many years manu- 
factured rough plate 5. Mr. Peck died in I 
He was a pure-minded man of strict integrity, and was held in 
high esteem by the community. He was a representative for 
his town in the Mas^. Legi>lature. 

The Pittsfield Sun. of Feb., 13. 1S22, contains a notice of 
dissolution of partnership of Jabez Peck & Co., Jan. 22. is. 
signed by Jabez Peck. Oliver Peck, Elijah Peck and William 



i 







WILLIAM A. PHELPS. 



Sixth Generation. j6j 

A. Phelps. The latter's wife was sister to the other three 
partners. 

Children, b. Lenox, Mass.: 

+ 4493. I. Gilbert Herman, (Peck) b. 1808, m. Abbie 

Clark. 
+ 4494. II. Adeline Deborah (Peck) b. Sept., 18 10, m. 

George Washington Platner. 
+ 4495. III. George Oliver (Peck), b. 15 Oct., 1817, m. 

Catharine W. Curtis. 

1950. John Henry Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 

19 April, 1792, in. Fanny Sears, in Lenox, Mass., 17 July, 
1823. She was daughter of Charles aiid Mary (Hubby) Sears, 
and was b. Lenox, Mass., 30 March, "1802', d. Granger, Ohio, 
25 July, 18 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He resided a sfiort time in Lenox, 

Mass., after marrying. From there he removed to Volney, 

V. where his children were born. In 1840 they removed 

to Wadsworth, Ohio, and in 1883, to Granger, Ohio, where he 

d. 6 June, 1874. He served in the war of 18 12. 

Children, b. Volney. N. Y.: 

4496. I. Franklin, b. 18 May, 1824, d. Granger, Ohio, 

18 July, 1859, unm. 

4497. II. Harriett Maria, b. 12 Nov., 1828, d. Wads- 

worth, Ohio, 12 Oct., 1850, unm. 
+ 4498. III. Helen M., b. 1 Dec, 1833, m. Peter P. Bost- 

wick. 
+ 4499. IV. Mary Eveline, b. 19 May, 1836, m. Charles 

George Sheldon. 

1 95,1. William Augustus Phelps, b. He- 
bron, Ct., 6 Dec, 1794, removed with his father to Lenox, 
Mass., in 1807, where he m. Lura Peck, 10 Oct., 1822. She 
was daughter of Elisha and Lucy (Paterson) Peck, and was 
b, Lenox, Mass., 13 Nov., 1801. Mrs. Phelps resided during 
her life in Lenox, Mass., where she d. 20 July, 1884, in her 
83rd year, and was buried in the Lenox cemetery by the side 
of her late husband. 

■Mr. Phelps settled in Lenox, Mass.. was a tinsmith, mer- 
chant, and manufacturer. He was in partnership with his 
(30) 



j66 Sixth Generation. 

brother-in-law, Oliver Peck, having previous to 1822 been of 
the firm of Jabez Peek cS: Co. See No. 1947 for further details. 
At one time he owned several slaves in Virginia, taken by him 
for a debt. He was also at one time largely interested in the 
chemical business in Haverstraw, X. Y. In [837 Messrs. - 
Phelps and Peck, with James Collins, purchased the blast fur- 
nace and water power at Lenox Furnace, now Lenox Dale, 
and for a number of years did a prosperous busines-, in the 
manufacture of pig-iron. They later organized themselves by 
act of the Legislature into a stock company, called the Lenox 
Iron Works. For many years Mr. Phelps was agent and man- 
ager of this company, and ted in the first glass 
factory put up in the town. 

Mr. Phelps and his partner erected the now popular hotel 
in Lenox in 1837, kept the first vear by Mr. Platner, son-in- 
law of Mr. Peck. Mr. Platnei \v; $ of the late firm of Platner 
cv vSmith, Lee, Mass. From him it passed to Mr. S. Wilson, 
and finally was sold by Peek ec Phelps to W. O. Curtis, and 
under his and his sons' management, has become one of the 
most popular summer hotels in the Eastern st ad is now 

known as the Curtis Hotel. 

Mr. P] it one time was president of the Lee Bank. He 

represented his town in the Legislature several times and v - 
also in the vState Senate. He died suddenly of apoplexy at 
the house of his daughter Harriett, at Lenox Furnace, 6 Oct., 
1.S64, in his 70th year. 

In the fall of 1854, during the Know-nothing craze, he 
elected to the House of Representatives, and was the only 
Whig in the House, the rest being all Know-nothings, with 
the exception of one Democrat. It was the custon ich 

party to a>k permission of the House to u>e the hall for cau- 
cuses, and it is said that Mr. Phelps arose gravel}* and asked 
permission to use it for his party for caucus" purposes. 

Children, b. Lenox, Mass.: 
+ 4500. I. Mary Eveline, b. 28 July, 1823, m. Richard 

McXamee. 
+ 4501. II. Elizabeth, b. 22 July, 1826, m. Charles F. 

Bennett. 
4502. III. William, b. 16 July, 1828 d. 16 June. 1^44. 



*<- 




GEORGE H. PHELPS. 



4503- 


IV 


45Q4- 


V 


+ 45Q5- 


VI 


+ 45o6. 


VII 



Sixth Generation. 4.67 

~'\ Twins, d. at birth. 

Edward A., b. 10 May, [832, m. twice. 
Harriett, b. 10 June, 1834, m, Andrew T. 
Servin. 

1952. Eleazer Leonard Phelps, b. Hebron, 
Ct., 3 May, 1797, Removed with his father to Lenox, Mass., 
in 1807, 111. 1st , m. 2nd — — . Settled in Wytheville, Va. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Wytheville, Va. : 

4507. I. Adaline, b. 8 July. 1822, d. Lenox, Mass., 

15 Dee., 1870, buried Lenox, unra. 
William. 
Martha. 
Lura, m. Archie Holman. 

Children by 2nd v\ ife 



4508. 


II. 


4509- 


III. 


4510. 


IV. 


45 1 1  


V. 


45i2- 


VI. 


45 I 3- 


VII. 



1953. George Horace Pheu\s, b. Hebron, 
Ct.. 7 July, 1800, m. 1st, 24 Dec, 1824, Nancy Judd, b.- 
d. Lee, Mass., daughter of Uriah and Betsey (Peck) Judd. 
See No. 1945, note. He m. 2nd Emily Savage, at Stoekbridge, 
Mass.. [9 Sept., 1828. She d. Lee, Mass., and had no issue. 
He m. 3rd Julia Sexton, at Wytheville, Va. , 13 Feb., 1833. 
Her mother lived with her at Lee, Mass., and Pittsfield, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps was a tinner by trade, and at one time was in- 
terested with Matthew Field, son of the Rev. Dr. Field, of 
Stoekbridge, Mass,, hi the manufacture of paper. He was 
also one of the organizers of the Berkshire Life Insurance Co., 
of which he was a director during his life. He died in Lee, 
Mass., 17 Oct.. 1874, in his 75th year, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Lee. 

Mr. Phelps is referred to in the History of Berkshire, p. 
311. 317. He was also in company with William H. 

Hill, late of Lenox, Ma^s. , under the name of Phelps & Hill, 
doing a mercantile business in Lee, Mass., in 1837, and put 
up a block of stores in Lee, that were later destroyed by fire. 
He was also U. S. Assessor for his district, 1849-53. 



4.68 Sixth Generation. 

Child b. ist wife : 
+ 4514. I. George O., b. Lee, Mass., 19 Apfil, [827, m. 

Mary Staley 
Children by 3rd wife : 

+ 4515. II. Nancy Kmily, b. WytheviHe, Ya., 25 Dec, 

[835, m. Robert G. Averill. 
+ 4516. III. Wealthy Virginia, b. Wytbeville, Va\ , 12O 

[S3.6, m. John Stattman. 
+ 4517. IV. Julia G.. b. Lee. Mass., 19 Sept.. 1838 in. 

George Burt. 

4518. A'. Caroline Lafiin, b. Lee, Mass., 14 Feb., 1 S40, 

m. Joseph C. Chaffee. ; No. 7611. 

4519. VI. Thomas Sexton, b. Lee, Mass., 31 March, 

1S41 , d. in infancy. 
+ 4520. VII. Giistavus Adolphus. b. Lee, Mass., 24 Oct., 

1S43, in. Knima J. Hoingerford. 
+ 4521. VIII. Henry C, b. Lee, Mass., 15 May, 1S45. in. 

twice. 

4522. IX. Mary Eveline, b. Lee, Mass., 27 May, [847, 

unm., li\-es with her brother-in-law, J. C. 

Chaff* 

4523. X William Augustus, b. Lee, Mass.. 23 Feb., 

[850, d. aged 17. Killed accidentally. 

4524. XL Robert Stallman. b. Lee. Mas 2 Jan., 1858, 

unm. Res. now. Oakland, Cal. 

1954. Philip Phelps, b. Albany, X. v., 4 
July, 1789, m. Hannah Mascraft, 25 July, [813. She • 

daughter of John and Jane (Wilson) .Ma-craft, and was b. 
Albany, X. V., where shed. 1 July. 1855. 

Mr. Phelps, on marrying, settled in Albany, N. V.. and 
a time held a clerkship in the Comptroller's office in Albany, 
In 1828 Ik was promoted by William L. Marcy, then Com] 
troller, to be Assistant Comptroller, which office he held for 
the remainder of his life, 48 years, except a brief period dur- 
ing a change of administration, when he was displaced, but 
was soon induced to return to his position. During this time 
he had the general control of this office. 

NotE. — The holding of an office of honor and trust for 4S 
years, nearly consecutively, calls for the respect and admira- 



 









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Deputy Comptroller, State of New York, 1828-1876. 



Sixth Generation. 469 

tion of all who knew him, as well as of many others, and after 
his death a pamphlet was published containing letters of con- 
dolence, and resolutions passed by the State Officers of New 
York and other citizens at a meeting held at Albany, 13 July, 
1S76. 

Air. Phelps died in Albany, N. Y., 10 July, 1876. in his 
89th year. 

Children, b. Albany, N. Y.: 

4525. I. John Sawyer, b. 27 Apr., 1815, d. 21 May, 1816. 

45.26. II. John Mascraft, b. 17 May, t S 1 7 . d. 2 Jan., 1819. 

4527. III. Catharine, b. 28 May, 1819, d, 18 Mar., 1846, 
num. 
+ 4528. IV. Sarah Jane, b. 12 Sept., 182 1, m, E. D. Jones, 

M. D. 
4529. V. Eliza, b. 28 Oct., 1823, d. unm. 

+ 4530. VI. Philip, b. 12 July, 1826, m. Margaret Ann 

Jordan, 
+ 4531. VII. Mary Eunice, b. 7 July 828 tn. l'dward 

ers. 
! 4532. VIII. Rache] \nu, b. 18 June, 1831, m. Edwin T. 

Bedell. 
+ 4533- IX. Wm. P. Marcy, b. 13 Aug., 1833, m. twice. 

19(>:>. Abigail Calvrrley Si b. Wil- 

liamsburgh, Mass., Feb. 21, 1773, d. May 11 f m. Sept. 
30, 1793. Joseph Kingsley, b. Jan. 14,- 1770, d. Aug. 2, 1864, 
aged 94, son of Joseph and Isabel (Strong) Kingsley. 

Res. Westhamptou, Mass. Mr. Kingsley kept a store, car- 
ried on a tanning, butchering, shoemakiug business, etc., and 
owned the first machine for carding wool in that section, and 
set up his sons in the manufacture of woolen cloths and sati- 
nets. His daughter, Mrs. Lyman, gives an interesting tradi- 
tion connected with his death. It may be found in the Strung 
Genealogy, which gives the following children. 

Children, b. Westhamptou, Mass. : 

4534. I, Lucy (Kingsley), b. Dec. 14, 1794, m. Jesse 

Lyman. 
4534a. II. Joseph Strong (Kingsley), b. Dec. 17, 1799. 



47° 

4534b. 

4534C 
4534<*. 

4534C 
4534 f - 



Sixth Generation . 

III, Alvan (Kingsley), b. April 13, 1805, d. May 

9, 1803. 

IV. Zenas b. Feb. 19. r- 

V. Daniel Kdward (Kingsley), b. Jan. 7, 1808, d. 

Oct. 24, 1S26. 
VI. Justus (Kingsley), b. Jan. 8, 1811, d. Nov. 



VII. Hinckley 



jr.. 1825. 
b. Nov. i, i 
ii, 1813. 



d. D 



1966. Capt. Solomon Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct. 
(or Marlboro, a town set off from Hebron,) 28 Aug.. 1768, in. 
[Si Sophia Mather, 27 Sept. 1791. She was daughter of Dr. 
Samuel and Grace (Moseley) Mather, and was b. Westfield, 
Mass.. 11 Oct., 1772, where she d [6 March 1794, leaving 
two children. 

He m. 2nd Rhoda Mosele iNov., 1794. who d. Westfii 
Mass. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mass.. where he died. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Westfield, Ma- 
4535. I. Sophia, b. 27 Feb., 1792, in. James Moj 
453 II. Samuel Mather, b. 7 Oct., 1793, m. . 

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

III. Samuel Moseley, b. 31 Oct., 1795. 

IV. Hiram, b. 18 Feb., 17 
V. Erasmus, b. 26 Jan., 1800. 

• VI. Clunk-, b. 8 Jan.. 1 - - 

VII. Julia Susannah, b. 9 June, 1804. 



4537 

4539 
4540 

4541 

+ 454- 



VIII. Solomon, b. 21 May, 1810, m. Nancy Phel] 

IMS. Frederick Pi b. Hebron. Ct., 25 

Apr., 1772, m. Zelphia or Bethia Stowe, 16 Apr., 1798. She 
d. Marlborough, Ct., 1 Sept., 1857. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Marlborough.. Ct.. originally a part 
of Hebron, about 1793, where he d. 10 May, [841. 

Children, b. Marlborough, Ct.: 
4545. I. Lucy, b. 25 Apr., 1799. d. 2--, May, 1799. 

+ 4544. II. David, b. 25 May, 1800, m. twice. 

4545. III. Erastus, b. 5 July, 1802. d. 18 Apr.. 1806. 



4-546 

4547 
454« 
4549 

+ 4551 



Sixth Generation. 471 

IV. Lucy, b. 13 Mar., 1804. 

A'. Erastus, b. 11 June, 1806. 

VI. Augustus, b. n June. [8< 

VII. Epaphras, b. 16 Sept., 1808. 

VIII. Sophia, b. 27 Mar., 1S11 

XI. William, b. 22 Dec., 1812, m, twice. 



1961). Dorothy Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 4 
Aug., 1774, d. Dee, Mass., 12 Aug,, 1x59, in. at Marlboro, 
Ct., 31 Dec, 1799, Dea. Timothy Thatcher, b. Wareham, 
Mass., 15 Feb., 1774, d. Lee, Mass., 30 Oct,, 1833 son < 
Roland and Elizabeth (Nye) Thatcher .f 5 e-e- /\/ . Y. Cre-n .<>* >?• 

-Con-^, \Jo1 V^, 79. 3 3. j 

Children, b. Lee, Mass.: 

4552. I. Crocker (Thatcher) b. 9 Oct., 1800, d. 16 Oct., 

1863, m. 5 Aug., 1822* Lucy Bassett of Lee. 
Had one child. 

4552a II. Charles Skinner (Thatcher) b. 5 Ma}-, [802, d. 

14 Dec. 1869, in. 2 Dec, 1824, Atteresta 
Birc'hard. Had 10 children. 

4552b. III. Betsey Freeman (Thatcher) b. 23 Jan., 1804. 
d. 28 Mar., 1820. 

4552c IV, Buckley (Thatcher) b. 22 Feb., 1806, d.* 
pt., [863, m. 6 Apr.. 1830, Emerancy Cul- 
ver. Had 9 childr 
+ 4552d. V. Ada Ells (Thatcher) b. 25 Feb., 1808, m. Seth 
D. Graves. 

4552c VI. Elid Tobey (Thatcher) b. 12 Feb., 1812, d, 
Lee, Mass., n Dec, 1894,111. Emeline Vale, 
of Hadley, 2nd. Diantha Stebbius of Belcher- 
town, Mass. Had 5 children by first wife. 

4452I'. VII. Martha (Thatcher) b. 5 Feb., 1815, d. Litch- 
field, Ohio, June, [887, m. 10 Feb., 1837, 
John .Sears of Lenox, Mass. Had seven 
children. 

1971. El u'mkA.s Lord Phelps, b. Hebron., 
Ct., 10 Nov., 1779, m. 1st Esther Hill, 179S. He m. 2nd, 
Lucy Lord. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Mount Pleasant, Canada West, early 
in life, where he resided up to 181 1, when, being very loyal 



/--? Sixth Generation. 

to the United States, he made himself objectionable to the 
Canadian Government, and as a brother of his said — "Was 
obliged to leave unceremoniously to save his neck.'' He went 
to Ind., and soon became connected with the Quartermaster's 
Dept., in the United States army, with a commission from 
President James Madison, as Captain. He was very strong 
in his belief that Canada at an early day would be annexed to 
the I". S. In this he was disappointed, and after the close of 
the War of 1812, removed to the western part of New York. 
In 1818 he removed with his daughter Lydia, to Washington 
Co., Ind., where he died. 

Children, by 1st. wife, b. Mt. Pleasant, Canada : 
+ 4;. I. Solomon, b. 4 Nov., 1799, m. Frances Dunn. 

+ 4554. II. Lydia, b. 1 Nov., 1801, m\ Franklin Warren 

+ 4555. III. Hiram, b. 8 Feb , [804, m. Martha Smith. 

Child by 2nd, wife, b. Indiana : 
+-4556. IV. Lucy Lord, b. m, Settled in Martin Co., Ind. 

1972. William Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 22 
June, 1783, m. 20 Aug. [806, Elizabeth Jackson, b. near Troy, 
X. Y., 11 July, 1785, d. in Salem, Ind., 30 Dee.. 1828. 

He m, 2nd Elizabeth .Stalker, 25 Feb., 1830, in Washington 

Ind. She was born Xov. 29, 171 
Mr. Phelps first settled in Delphi. X. Y. About isi.s he 
removed to Salem, Washington Co., Ind. He enlisted in the 
war of 1812, and filled many offices of trust and honor, among 
others, Assistant Judge of the Circuit Court of Ind. He d. 
11 July, 1846, of chok-ra. 

Children by 1st wife : 
+ 4557. I. Malvira S.. b. Delphi. X. Y.. 20 March. iSo7, 

m. twice. 

+ 4558. II. Julia Ann, b. ' " 28 Oct., 1808, m. 

twice. 

4559. III. AlfordJ.,b. 15 May, 1S10, 

unm., d. 29 July. [831,-at Jeffersouville, Ind. 

+ 4560. IY. Alpheus, b. Delphi. X. Y., 3 Sept., 1S11, m. 

Sarah J. Woodruff. 
+ 45M. Y. William B., b. Delphi. X. Y.. 28 March, 1 : 

m. Uucinda Thomas. 



Sixth Generation. /-? 

+ 4562. VI. Hiram G., b. Delphi, N. Y., 23 June, 1815, 

m, Eliza K. Thomas. 
+ 4563. VII. Epaphras H., b. Delphi, N. Y., 17 June, 1 S 1 7 , 
m. Martha Dow. 
4564. VIII. Buel Scott, b. Salem, Ind., 22 April, 1820, d. 

n July. 1836, from a stroke of a whip. 
4365. IX. Solomon Spencer, b. Salem, Ind., 17 Jan., 
1822, m. Emily Stanley. Had 5 children. 
Res. Albion, Iowa. 

4566. X. Elizabeth, b. Salem, Ind., 18 Dec, 1823, m. 

June 26, 1839, Robert Mitchell. Had 8 
children. Res. Knoxville, Iowa. 
Children by 2nd wife : 

4567. XI. Adaline, b. Salem, Ind., 20 Dec, 1830, d 24 

March, 1831. 

4568. XII. Amanda, b. Salem. Ind,, 6 Oct., 1830. Re-^. 

Salem, Ind., unm. 

1976. David Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 4 Nov., 
1775, removed with his father, first to Middlefield, Mass., and 
from thereto Waitsfield, Yt., m. Euciiida Wood, at Middle- 
field, Mass., 23 Feb., 1796, She was daughter of Thomas and 
Abigail (Phelps) Wood, and was b. Soniers, Ct., 6 July, 1775, 
and probably descended from George Phelps. Eater in life he 
removed to Antwerp, N. Y., where some of his children had 
settled, and where he d. 2 Sept., 1829. 

Children : 

+ 4569. I. Lucinda, b. Middlefield, Mass., 20 March, 

m. Zebina Smith. 
11, David, b. Middlefield, Mass., 13 June, 1799, 
d. Antwerp, N. Y., 25 April, 1825, unm. 
+ 4571. ILL Thomas, b. Waitsfield, Yt., 10 Mar., 1802, m. 
Sarah Davis. 

4572. I\'. Martin, b. " 23 March, 1805, d. 

Antwerp, X. Y.. 2 Feb., 1825, unm. 

4573. Y. A son, b. Waitsfield, Yt., 18 Aug., C807, d. 

same day. 
+ 4374. YI. Hiram, b. " "27 Nov., 1809, 111. 

Hannah Dexter. 



,-, Sixth Generation. 

75 . VII. Alexander, b. Waitsfield. Vt., 26 May. 1812, 

d. 1 Feb., is 13. 
+ 4576. VIII. Edmund, b. Waitsfield. Vt.. 23 Feb.. [815 m. 

three times. 
+ 45 IX. Abigail, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 27 April, 1821, m. 

Adam L. Wood. 

1977. Aaron Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct.. 15 
Apr., 1778. m. Sarah Waite, 7 Dec, 1797. She was daughter 
of Gen. Benj. and (Gilbert) Waite, and was b. Wait- 
field. Vt., d. Orange. Wis., 29 Jan.. i860. 

NOTE.— The town of Waitsfield was named after Gen. 
Wake, one < rst settlers. Mr. Phelps settled in Wait- 

field, where all his children were born. Later in Life he re- 
moved with some of his children to Fountain, Wis., where he 
died 30 Apr.. 1856. 

Children, b. Waitsfield, Vt.: 
+ 457 - I. Solomon, b. 7 Jan.. 1799- m. Betsy B. Oilman. 

+ 4579, II. Benjamin W., b. 1 Dec. [801, m. Matilda 

Sever. 

+ 458 . III. Bis . . b. 10 Feb., 1804, m. Elizabeth Barber. 

+ 4581. IV. Charles, b. 18 June. [807, m. Ann P. Perk 

+ 4582. V. Aaron Gilbert, b. 21 Apr., 1809, m. Eliza 

1 oster. 
+ 4583. VI. Sophronia, b. 13 July, 1811, m. Moses C. 

Kenney. 
+ 45S4. VII. Waterman, b, 1 Mar.. 1814, m. Mary 

Marble. 

1<>?s. Alexander Phelps, b. Hebr 

Ct., 6 Oct ,178 Rachel Steele. 2 Mar.. 1809. She v 

daughter of John and Sarah (C Steele, and was b. Tol- 

land, Ct. 19th June. 1780, d. W . Vt., 8 July 1857. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Waitsfield, Vt., 
where he settled and died 29 May. 1826. 

Children, b. Wai V 7 t.: 

4;- I. Sophronia, b. 10 May. 1810. d. 10 A 10. 

45 8 II. Lena. Sept., 181 1, d. 8 June [812. 

+ 4587. III. Alexanu Si sle, b. 1 Apr. m. Laura 

Waterman. 



Sixth Generation, 475 

4588. IV. Lavinia, b. 20 Jul}-, 1815, d. 29 Feb., 1876, 

unm. 
4589 V. Solomon, b. 13 Nov., 1817, d. 2 June. 1842, 

unm. 
4590. VI. John W., b. 6 Mar., 1820, d. 19 Mar., 1844, 

unm. 
+ 4591. Y1I. Artemus G., b. 30 June, 1822, m. twice. 
+ 4592. VIII. David Martin, b. 10 Oct., 1824, m. Zilpha 
Brooks Dewey. 

1979. Lovisa Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 26 
Nov., 1784. m. Thomas Waite, m. by Rev. William Salisbury, 
8 Apr., 1802. He was son of General Waite of Waitsfield, 
Vt. He died 19 Dec, 18 12. 

Children, b. Waitsfield. Vt.: 

4593- I- John (Waite), b. 15 Oct., 1802. 

4594. II. Delight " b, 15 Aug. ,1804, d, 12 Dec. ,1812. 

4595. III. Almira " b. 12 Aug., 1806, m. Levett. 

4596. IV. Lavinia " b. 16 Dec. ,1808, m. Ro.swell S. 

Parkhurst, 20 Apr., 1S34. 

L986. Horace Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 27 
Aug., 1806. m. Lucy S. Stowell, 20 June, 1832. She was 
daughter of Fisher and Mary (Bueley) Stowell. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Waitsfield, Vt., removing from 
thereto Moretown, Vt., where he d. 23 May, 1882. 

Children : 
+ 4597 I. Horace R., b. Waitsfield, Vt., 24 Feb.. [833, 

m. Lucy A. Metcalf. 
4598 II. Lucy Delight, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 24 Mar., 

1836, d. 14 April. 1836. 
1599- HI. Julia Lavinia, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 22 Ma> 

[838, m. twice. 
+ 4600. IV. Henry Adelbert, b. Moretown, Vt., 26 Dec, 

1845, m. A. C. Parker. 
+ 4 ( ' V. Francis B.. b. Moretown, Vt., 10 Dec, 1857, 

m. Hattie G. Young. 

1990. Maj. Alfred Porter, b. Hebron, Ct. 
121. 1 s r 2 , Deborah Gates, (daughter of George Gates,) b. Conn., 
10 June, 1791, d. Exeter, X. Y '.. 23 Oct., 181 



4.J6 Sixth Generation . 

Mr. Porter settled in Richfield, N.'Y. He was Maj. in the 

Militia. Says his gravestone, "Maj. Alfred Porter, d 7 Jan., 

1838." 

Children, b. Richfield, X.: 

+ 4602. I. Julia Ann (Porter) b. 11 Nov., 1814, m. Asa 

W. Sprague. 

+ 4603. 11. Sarah (Porter) b. 4 Nov., 1816, in. White- 

man Towne. 

4604. 'III. George (Porter) !>. [818, d. you 

4605. IV. Alfred b. 1820, d. 30 Dec, 1892. 

4606. Y. Adaline 1> 25 Feb., living [898. 

4607. VI. Rosamond " b. 23 Sept., 1834, d. 27 June, 

2001. Ralph Porter, b. Hebron, Ct . 21 
Mar., 1701, m. Amelia Towne at Richfield, X. Y.. 17 Nov., 
1814. She was dau. of Rufus and Abigail (Crocker) Towne, 
and was b. Salem, X. Y., 1 Sept., 1794. Settled in Salem. X. 
Y. and in Richfield. In 1840, removing to Cambridge, X Y. , 
where he d. 10 Mar., 1856. He was a saddler by trade. His 
widow d. 13 Mar., 1869. 

Children, b. Richfield, X. Y. : 
+ 4608. I. James R. (Porter), b. 7 Dec. [815, m. Cath- 

arine M. Clinton. 
+ 4609. II. Charles P. (Porter) b. 1 Mar., 1817, m. 

Phebe Bristol. 
46] III. Huldah (Porter) b. 11 Oct., I820, m. O, 

4611. IV. Abigail (Porter). I-. 7 May. 1822. 111. Peter 

Billings 

4"i2. V. Addison (Porter), b. 16 Apr.. 1S29. 

2013. Lucy Phelps, b. New Haven, Ct., Oct. 
21, 17S6, d. Putnam County, Georgia, Aug. 22. 1S24, m. 
1809, Dr. Iddo Kilis. b. Xew Hampshire, d. Columbus. Ga. v 

[847, son of and (Day) Ellis. 

Dr. Ellis was a physician and lived in Xew York until 1817, 
when he removed to Georgia, and settled in Kdenton, Putnam 
County. 

Children : 



Sixth den era Hon . 



477 



+ 4613- 


+ 4614. 


+ 4615. 
+ 4616. 


+ 4618 



4-4619. 



I. Mar)- (Ellis), b. Geneva, N. Y., 181 1, m. H. 

Yonge. 
II. Amelia (Ellis), b. Geneva, N. Y. ( 1813, m. 
Walter Yonge. 

III. Davenport Phelps (Ellis), b. 1815, m - 

IV. William Josiah (Ellis), b. 181 7, m. Emma L. 

Rogers. 
Y. Roswell (Ellis), b. Edenton, Ga. 
VI. Theodora Phelps (Ellis), b. Edenton, Ga., 

July 20, 1S20, m. J. P. Atkinson. 
VII. Roswell (Ellis), b. Edenton, Ga., 1822. 



"2015. George Davenport Phelps, b. Aug. 
16, 1790, d. Milwaukee, Wis., June 10, 1865. m. Marion, N. 
Y., Dee. 22, 1S23, vSarah Maria Rees, b. New York city. Oct. 
6, 1806, d. Pultneyville, X. Y., July 9, 1846, dan. of William 
and Abigail (Powell) Rees. 

He was a merchant in Milwaukee, Wis. 



+ 41 o 

4621 
4622 

4623 
4624 
4625 



Children, b. Pultneyville, Wayne Co., N. V.: 

I. George Davenport, b. Aug. 28, 1827, m. 

Sarah Jane Holling. 
II. William Rees, b. July 19, 1S29, d. Milwaukee, 
Oct. 23, 1848. 

III. Augustus Henry, b. May 8, [831. Res. Los 

Angeles, Cal.. num. 

IV. Jane Eliza, b. Aug. 2S, LS33. Res. Los 

Angeles, Cal., unm. 

V. Sarah Maria, b. Aug. [9, 1835, m. Kav- 

anagh. 
VI. Hiland Wheelock, b. June 14, 1839, d. Mil- 
waukee, Wis.. Mar. 21, 1864, of disease 
contracted in th v. 



2019. Sarah Phelps, b. Canada. July 4, 1798, 
d. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 19, 1S82, m. at Pultneyville, N. Y., 
1S19, Bennett Chew Fitzhugh, b. Hagerstown, Washington 
Co., Md.. April 26, 1794. d. Milwaukee, Aug. 31, 1866, sou 
of Col. Peregrine and Elizabeth (Chew) Fitzhugh. (Col. 
Peregrine was on Gen. Washington's staff.) Res. at Sodus 



47 s 



Sixth Generation. 



Point, N. Y., from 1802 to 1855, and Milwaukee, Wis., after 
ward, and was a large land-holder. 

Children, b. Sodus Point, N. Y. : 

4626. I. Elizabeth Catharine (Fitzhugh), d. aged 3 yrs 

+ 4627 II. Amelia Ann 

m. Dr. J. B. Selby. 
on. ill. Elizabeth Catharine 
m. N. B. Caswell. 
4529. IV. Davenport Peregrine 
\ cars. 

4630. V. Augustus Phelps 

4631. VI. Bennett Chew 
^632. VII. Augustus Phelps 

m. . No issue. 



+ 4634 

4635 
4636 



b. Nov. 1 , (822, 
1>. Aug vi. 

d. Cal., aged 22 

1. a 1 onths. 

I 14 \ ears, 
d. aged 40 ye;. 



VIII. Henry Hoi 
IX. Henrietta Galloway 
Henry Spaulding. 
X Caroline Usher 
XI Edward Lewis 



d. aged 6 year-. 
1). 1 835, m. Rev. 

d. aged 5 years, 
b. Mar. 10, 1 



d. Milwaukee, March 20, 1879, unm. 



2021. Joseph Augustus Phelps, b. t6 \\ 
4, d. 23 March, 1889, m. Pultneyville, X. Y., 29 Dec., 
[833, Sarah Ann Selby, b. 26 June, 1815, d. 6 Sept., [854. 

Children : 

37. I. Edward Davenport, b. [9 June, i s v 

4638. II. Ann Eli/.. ' 1 April, I838, d. [9 Oct., 1S42. 

139. III. George Bennett, b. 12 Mar., 1840, d. 21 Sept., 

: 1. 

4640. IV. Charles Henry, b. 4 April, 1S42. d. 5 July, 

1843. 

4641. V. Sarah, b. 20 April. 1S44, d. 14 March, 184 

4642. VI. William August, b. 21 Feb., 17 Res. 

Ukiah, Cal., unm. 

4643. VII. Catharine, b. 15 Aug.. Res. Ukiah, 

Cal., unm. 

4644. VIII. Lucy. b. 26 June. 1851, m. Lc 

Res. Same Rosa, Cal. 



Sixth Generation. j.jg 

2022. Henry Rodolphus Phelps, b. 10 Feb., 
1896, d. 7 April, 1887. m. 1831, Julia Kdus. 

He m. 2nd. in Palmyra, N. Y., about 1841. Martha Moses 
b. 10 Dec, 1820, d. 30 Nov., 1873. 

Children, by first wife: 
4645. I. Mary E., b. 1^ Aug.. 1832, m. B. F. Coin- 

stock. He d. She res. Milwaukee. 
4(146. II. Elizabeth, b. 7 May, 1834, d. 31 Oct., 1856. 

4647. III. Henry, b. 19 Aug., 1836, d. 15 Jan., 1884,1111111. 

Children, by second wife : 

4648. IV. DeLancey, b. 9 Sept., 1842, d. .24 May, 1894. 

4649. V. Wheelock, b. 23 Feb., 1S44. Res. Milwaukee. 

Wis. 

4650. VI. Catharine, b. 7 May, 1846. d. Aug., 18 

4651. VII. Charles C, b. 10 July, 1S48. Res. Milwaukee, 

Wis 

4652. VIII. Theodora, b. 30 Oct.. 1849. 

4653. IX. Perry C, 26 Nov., 1S51, d. 18 March, 1853. 

202(1. Lokkxzo Dow Phelps, b. Hanover, X. 
H., 13 Jan., 1807, m. Lucy Mitchell, 16 Aug., 1831, in Cort- 
land, N. Y. He d. in Cortland, N. Y., 26 Oct., 1885. 

Children : 

+ 4654. I. Abigail R., b. Monterey, X. Y. , 4 Nov., 1833, 

m. Ira S. Abbe. 
+ 4635. II. Alexander A., b. Monterey, X. V., 28 Feb., 

[836, in. Rosette A. Bush. 
+ 4656. III. Melissa, b. Mansfield, Pa., 30 Nov., 1838, m. 

twice. 
+ 4657. IV. Lucy A., b. Jackson, Pa., 11 March, 1841, in. 
Wallace W. Hathaway. 
=,8. V. Sarah, b. Wells, Pa., 17 Aug.. 1843, d. 13 

Aug., 1S44. 
+ 4659. VI. EuraN., b. Elmira, X. Y,, [9 Aug., 1845,111. 
Ira S. Abbe. 
4660. VII. Azuba, b. Elmira, X. Y., 4 April, 1847, d. 30 
April, ' 8 

2027. Lvdia Phklps, b. Hanover, X. H., 20 
Feb., 1810, m, Xelson Stephens, 4 March, 1832. He proved 



4661. 


1. George (fc»t 


4662. 


II. Eliza 


4663. 


III. Melvin A. 


4664. 


IV. William N. 



4S0 Sixth Generation . 

to be a worthless man, left her to care for her four children all 
alone. Settled in N. H. She d. Hanover, X. H., 26 Dec.,' 
1889, Says a Lebanon. N. H.. paper under date 3 Jan., 1890: 
"Mrs. Lydia P. Stephens d. Thursday last." She was a 
native of Hebron. 

Children, b. New Haven, N. H.: 

liens) b. 23 Jan., 1833, m. Emo- 
gene Plaisted, Nov., 1862. 
b. 14 Feb., 1835, m. Wil- 
liam Drake, 1 Jan., 18 
b. iS June, : 837, d. tinra. 
[863. 

b. 6 May, 1841 , d. unm. 
1863. 

2028. Eliza Phelps, W.Stafford, Ct., 1 Sept., 
[794, m as 2nd wife Billings Grant, at Ellington, 21 April, 
[830. He was son of Miner and Eunice (Swift) Grant, and 
wash. 1 March, 1784, settled in Ellington, Ct., where he d. 
23 Nov., 1861, and where his widow d. 3 Dec, 1866. No 
record of children. 

2032. George Alexander Phelps, b. Staf- 
ford, Ct., 21 Sept., 1803, m. Eliza Ayres, at New York city, 
8 Sept., [825, She was daughter of John and Elizabeth 
Ayres, and was b. Williamsport, Pa., 6 Nov., 1 - d. at All- 
ston, Mass , 2 Sept., 18 

Mr. Phelps was a merchant of New York city, and resided 
at New York and Fairfield, Ct. He d. at the latter place, 
15th Apr. 1 S 

Children : 
+ 4663. 1. Julia Maria, b. New York city, 13 July. [8j 

m. Royal Winter. 
+ 4666. II. Caroline E.. b. New York city, 14 Sept., 

L828, m. James D. Hariug. 
+ 4667. III. Harriett A., b. New York city. 6 Oct., 1S30, 
m. Thomas Reese Brooke. 
4668. IV. Emily Ayres. b. New York city. 19 Sept., 

1832, d. 23 Jan., 1855, m. William Coleman 
Henderson. 



Sixth Generation. 4.81 

+ 4669. Y. George Alexander, b. New York city, 24 

July, 1834, m. Helen Clark. 
467 VI. Amelia Chamberlain, b. New York city, 22 

March, 1836, d. 15 Jan., 1S37. 

4671. VII. Henry, b. New York city, 14 Oct., 1S37, d. 2 

Sept., 1 853, untn. 

4672. VIII. William Chamberlain, b, Fairfield, Ct,, 28 

March, 1840, d. 16 Dec, 1842. 

4673. IX. Sarah Allen, b. Fairfield, Ct., 26 July, 1842, 

d, 15 Dec, 184 
+ 4674. X. Frank, b. New York city, 24 Nov., 1844, in. 

Mary B. Curtiss. 
+ 4675. XI. Charles Haring, b. New York city, 10 Dec, 

1846, m. Annie B. Coleman. 
-(-4676. XII. Howard, b. Fairfield, Ct., 6 Sept, [849, m. 

Jennie I. Beare. 

•20:U. Mary Amelia Phelps, b. Stafford, Ct., 
8 Feb., 1807, m. Richard Cornell. Settled in New York City. 

Children-, b, New York City : 

4677. I. Eliza (Cornell), m. Albert K. Smiley. 

4678. II. Mary Amelia (Cornell), unm. 
4(179. III. Anna unm. 

2044. Thomas Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct., 26 
Jan., 1756, m. Achsah Pettibone, 29 May, [785. She was 
widow of Abijah Pettibone, and was b. 1761. After Mr. Bar- 
ber's death, she m. for 3rd husband, Justin Filley. She d. 25 
Dec, 1837. 

Mr. Barber settled in Wyoming, Pa., where he died. 

Children, b. Wyoming, Pa.: 
+ 4680. I. Ruth (Barber), m. Elijah Filley. 

+ 4681. II. Thomas " m. Hannah Hubbard. 

+ 4682. III. Grandison (Barber), b. 13 Jan.. 1793, m. four 
times. 
4683. IV. Betsey (Barber), d. aged 20 years, unm. 

5050. Zelphia Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct. , June, 
1772, m. Devi Latimer. Settled in Simsbury, Ct., where he 
d. 13 July, 1S49, and where his wife d. 2 Aug., 1826. 
(31) 



a82 Sixth (feneration . 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

46S4. I. Romola (Latimer). 

4685. II. Milo " d. 26 July, 1843. 

+ 4686. III. Erastus b. 20 March, 1802, m. Phebe 

Ellis. t 

'2051. Titus Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct., Dec. 
14, 1774, m. Jemima Holcomb. She was daughtei of Benjamin 
Holcomb, and was b. Simsbury, Ct., 1777, and d. there March, 

--s. 

Mr. Barber settled in Simsbury, where he died. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

46S7. I. A son (Barber), d. 20 Feb., 1814. 

4688. II. Lavinia m. Hovey. 

46.Sc;. III. Fidel " m. Dr. Palmer. 

2061. REV. DANIEL Barrkr, b. Windsor, Ct., 
2 Oct., 1736, m. Widow Chloe (Owen) Case. She was daugh- 
ter of John Owen. 

Rev. Mr. Barber settled in Claremont, X. H,, where he offi- 
ciated as an Episcopal clergymam, He d. in Washington, 
D. 

Children, b. Claremont, X, H.. 
+ 4090. 1. Virgil II. (Barber), b. about 1770. 

4691, II. Truworth 

4692. III. Laura 

206S. Calvin Barber, b. Windsor, Ct., 
Sept., 1772, m. 31 Jan.. 1793, Roweua Humphrey, daughter 
of Maj. Elihu and Asenath (Humphrey) Humphrey. She^ 
b. Simsbury, Ct., 27 April, 1773, and d. there is May. 1842. 
He m. 2nd Harriett Hurlbun J43. 

Mr. Barber settled in Simsbury, Ct.. where he d. 14 May, 
1S46. He was a farm, 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.. by 1st wife : 

4693. I. Rowena (Barber), b. 13 Jan., 1794. d. Nov. 

17, 1 785, Hum, 
+ 4694. II. Lura b. 27 March, 1796. m> 

James Lewis. 



Sixth Generation. fSj 

4695. III. Abigail L. " b. 11 Dec, 1798,111. Alan- 

son Spencer, 19 Oct., 1829. 

4696. IV. Calvin Nelson (Barber), b. 10 Oct., 1S00, m. 

Lucy Pitkin. 

4697. V. Achsah Delight (Barber), b. 16 Feb., 1803, d. 

May 25, 1870, num. 
+ 4698. VI. Virgil B. " b. 3 Jan., r8o5, m. 

Cornelia Case. 

4699. VII. Israel Lucius (Barber), b. 7 Oct., 1806, in. 

Marion P. Brown, m. 2nd Abbie 
Sexton. 

4700. VIII. Emeline (Barber), b. 19 April, 1809, in. Allen 

McLean. 

4701. IX. Julia b. 8 Oct., 1S11, m. Jarvis 

Humphrey, 19 May, 1842. 

4702. X. Mary Ann " b. 7 Oct., 1813, d. Nov. io, 

1852. 

4703. XI. DariusScott " b. 15 Feb., 1816, d. 15 Oct., 

10 33- 

4704. XII. Lucia J. b. 9 July. 181S, d. March 

29, 1858. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 

•*()St>. Sarah Ph b. Granby, Ct., June 

15, 1786. d. Berkshire. Yt., Feb. 23, [844, m. Feb. 1 
Robert Noble, b. Pownal, Vt., July 8th., 1786, d. East Frank- 
lin Yt., July 24. mi of Eli and Ruth (Campbell) Noble. 
Removed in 1806 from Pownal to West Berkshire. Vt., where 
Mr. Noble was a fanner until 1850, when he removed to East 
tklin, Vt. Mr. Noble m. 2nd, Oct. i, [848, Mrs. Eliza 
Schofield, and she ni. 3d, Jesse Schofield. 

Children, b. Berkshire, Vt.: 

+ 47' 1. Sylvester Campbell (Noble), b. Nov. [3, 

m. Nancy Chaplin. 
+ 4; II. Sarah Maria \pril 23. 1- 

m. Hiram Darliu 
47' 7. III. Son b. April 1 2, i 

d. same day. 
470 IV. Daughter 1). April 12, 1812, 

d. same day. 
+■ 47 V. Ja " b. 1 >e< 28, 1813, 

m. Harry Olmsted. 
+ 4710, VI. Ruth b. April 24. 1- 

m. Charles A. Peaw 
+ 4711. VII. Mary Ann Reynolds (Noble), b. Sept. 

m. Nelson Vincent. 
4712. VIII. Willis (Noble), b. De [821, d. Nov. 15, 

713. IN. j ,'.n" b. Dec. 1 [823, m. Aaron 

Demii 
+ 4714. N. William Phelps (Noble), b. April 23, 18: 

m. Marcia E. Fletcher. 

2090. Johx Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., bapt. 
July 11, 1800, d. , m. , Theodosia Montague. 

Children : 
4714a. I. William, m. Mary Field. 
4714b. II. John. m. Fanny Burton. 
4714c. HI. Albert P., m. Sheldon. 



Seventh Generation. f.85 

2091a. Capt. Abel Willis Phelps, b. (per- 
haps New Hampshire) 18 Dec, 1799, bap. Granby, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Viets, 12 July, 1800, d. East Rupert. Vt., 24 August, 
187 1, 111. about 1822, Emma Underbill, b. East Rupert, Vt., 
20 March, 1803, d. 20 Dec., 1822, f dau. of Abram and Mary 
(Harmon) Underbill. Abram Underbill was 5th child of Capt. 
Abraham Underbill, a revolutionary officer. Settled in East 
Rupert, Vt. 

Children, b. East Rupert, Vt.: 

Maryette, b. d. in infancy. 

George, b. d, in infancy. 

William, b. in. Louphelia Leach. 

Charles H., b. m. Dimmis Hilliard. 

Merritt C, b. 18 July, 1832, m. Anna Bray- 

mer. 
Julia, unm. 

George, m. Mary Sheldon. No issue. 
VIII. Ellen, m. John Eastman. 

Eliza, d, Boston, num. Was a noted 
musician. 
4724. X. EeRoy, d. 1860-1, num. 

2092. James Daniel Phelps, b, Hartford, 
Ct., 13 April, 1811, m. Athalinda Wright, 6 July, 1834. 

Children: 

472-. I. James Andrew, b. 2© April, 1 

4726. IE Ellen, b. 25 May, 1837, d. 4 July, 1837. 

4727. III. Ellen, b. 25 July, 1839, d. 12 Oct., [8 

47- IV. GeorgeEverly, b, T2 August, 1843, d. it July, 

44- 

4729. V. Harriett, b. 19 May, 1845, d. 7 August, [845. 

4730. YI. Jane Alice, b. 4 May, 1S55. 

•*096. Eugene Waldo Phelps, b. about 1820, 
111. Gertrude Close, or Clapp, of Wayne County, X. Y. 

Mr. Phelps resided at Griffin's Mills, Erie Co., N.Y., in 
[860. 

Children, b. Griffin's Mills, Erie Co., X. Y.: 

4731. I. Sarah, m. Henry Noper or Xeiper. 

4732. II. George. 



4715- 


I. 


4716. 


II. 


+ 4717. 


III. 


4-4718. 


IY. 


+ 4719. 


V. 


4720. 


YI. 


4721. 


VII. 


^-4722. 


VIII. 


4723- 


XI. 



<f.86 Seventh Generation. 

2104. Richard Phelps, b. Lincoln Co.. X. 
C, ib Jan., 1777, m. Elizabeth Anderson in Maryland. She 
was b. Richmond, Va. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Logan Co., Ky., and later in Mason 
Co., 111., where he d. 23 May. 1843. 

Children : 

4733- I- Joseph Anderson, b. Logan Co., Ky., 1796, 

d. Belvidere, Kan. 

4734. II. Richard Jones, b. Logan Co., Ky. Settled in 

Nebraska. 
+ 4735. III. John H., b. Logan Co., Ky.. [6 August, 

21, m. Phebe Kemp., 
+ 4736. IV. William H., m. 

4737. Y. Mary. 

4735. VI. Elizabeth. 

47 VII. Lydia, m, George \V. Phelps. See Xo. 474''. 

4740. VIII. Catharine. 

4741. IX. Rhoda. 

2105. William Phelps, b. Lincoln Co., X, 
C, about 1780, m. Ann Fyke. 

Children, b. Logan Co., Ky.: 

4742. I. William, 

4743. II. David. 

4744. III. Youngs. 

4745. IV. John. 

746. V. George W., b. 19 April. 1810, m. Lydia 

Phelps, Xo. 4739. Probably there v 
sisters. 

210S. Richard Phelps, b. Bedford Co. Va., 

about 1 77-, m. Sarah Woodcock, about 1792. She was 
daughter oi Henry Woodcock, of Franklin Co., Ya., and d. 
Wilson Co., Tenn., 1815. She and her father's family were 
natives of Virginia. He m. for 2nd wife, Betsey A. Ryan, b. 
\ 'irginia, d. leaving 1 child. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Bedford Co., Ya., where he re- 
sided up to 1811, when lie removed to Wilson Co.. Tenn., 
where he died. 

Children, b. Bedford Co.. Ya., except last two: 



Seventh Generation . 



4*7 



4747. I. Henry, b, 1794, d. New Orleans, La., unm. 

-f-4748. II. John, b. 8 August, 1796,111. Sarah R. Carline. 

4749. III. James, b. 1798, d. 1812. 

4750. IV. Elizabeth, b. 1802, in. Wm. Goodall. vSettled 

in 111. 
+ 4751. V. Thomas, b. 1S04, 111. Ann Bridgewater. 

+ 4752. VI. Robert, b. 1807, 111. Victoria Palmer. 

4753. VII, William, b. 1807, d. 1823. Drowned in 

the Cumberland River. 
+ 4754. VIII. Benjamin, b. 27 Jan., 1810, m. Margaret 

Reynolds. 
+ 4755. IX. George W., b. Wilson Co., Tenn., 22 Jan,, 

1812, m. twice. 

By 2nd wife : 

+ 4756. X. Henry A., b. Wilson Co., Tenn., 20 June, 

1 81 8, m. Leuna Lewis. 

2127. John Phelps, b. Woods Co., Va., op- 
posite Marietta, Ohio, 20 August, 1785, m. Mary . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Woods Co., Va., on the Kanawha 
River, about 12 miles south of Marietta, Ohio, and about one 
and one-half miles from the Fort his father helped to build. 
He d. there 25 June, 1S31. 

Child, b. Woods Co., Va.: 
4757. I. Theodore, b. 13 June, 181S. 

2131. Francis Phelps, b. Woods Co., Va., on 
the Kanawha River, about eleven and one-half miles from the 
old Fort, 9 Sept., 1793, 111. Catharine \\ 'ilson, 24 Jan., 1821- 
She d. 19 Nov., 1855. 

Mr. Phelps settled at Bell Everett, C. W, and at Holland 
Landing, C. W. , where he d. 1 May, 1836. 

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



475 s - 

4759- 

+ 4760. 

4761. 

4762. 



I. Caroline, b. 7 Feb., 1823, m. 



Mclnt\ re 



Res. Grey, Huron Co., C. W. 
II. Henry, b. 7 Nov., 1S24, 

III. Alfred, b. 28 Feb., 1826, m. Emily J. Prichard. 

IV. Elijah, b. 12 May, 1828. 

V. Eliza Ann, b. 27 March, 1830. 



j,\'S Seventh Generation. 

4763. VI. Mary. b. 22 April, 1832. 

47' VII. Hugh, b. 24 Feb., r- 

2136. Jefferson Phelps, b. Woods Co., Va., 
on the Kanawha River, near Parkersburgh, Ya., March, 1801, 
He m. 2nd Elizabeth W. Brockerbrough, 14 June, 183 
at Richmond, Va, She was b. Hanover Co., near Richmond, 

A -a. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at the University of Va., studied law 
and settled at Covington, Ky. He represented his County in 
the state legislature, and held other offices of trust and honor. 
lie d. 11 Nov,, [843. He was a law,' much eminence, 

and highly respected by all. 

Mrs. Phelps wrote in [860 that it was supposed that the 
family came from the north, which confirms records of the 
fourth generation. 

NOTE. — The mother returned to Covington, Ky., with all 
her children, except Elizabeth, who had m. Capt. Mclntyre, 
of U. S. arm} , where --he was living in 1879. 

Child by 1st. wife : 

4765. I. A son. b. Cow .. K\..d. young. 

Children, by 2nd wife : 

4766. II. William Brockerbrough, b. Covington, Ky., 

num., of University of Va., and in war of 

Rebellion. 
47< III. A daughter, b. Covington, m. — 

Keeue. She d. in 1862. 
47- IV. Elizabeth, b. Covington. Ky., m. Capt. Mc- 

lntyre of U. S. army. Killed early in war 

of rebellion. 
4769. V. A daughter, b. Covington, Ky., m. and lived 

in j ton, Ky. 

+ 4770. VI. Thomas Jefferson, b, Hanover Co., Ya., 

March, 1S44, m. Foote. 

'IWV). Eli Phelps Ellsworth, b. 3 April 
,v m. 14 July 1863, Sarah Morris Clapp. She was daugh- 
ter of Kbenezer S.. and Sophia (Phinney) Clapp. 

Mr. Ellsworth settled in Brooklyn. N. Y. He is also No. 



Seventh Generation. $Sp 

Children, b. Brooklyn. N. V.: 

4771. I. Inez Ruth (Ellsworth), b. 31 August, 18 

4772. II. Florence Augusta (Ellsworth), b. 2 Jan., jS66, 

m. Jan. 14, 1887, Rev. J. E. Bushnell of 
Saybrook Ct., and pastor of Presbyterian 
Church at R\ e. 

4773. III. Eli Oliver (Ellsworth), b. 12 Nov., [868, d. 

2 Aug. . [870. 

214-4. Charlotte Phelps, b. Poquonock, Ct., 

Oct. 6, 1854, ra. Dec. 30, 1875, David Elihu Marshall, b. 
Poquonock, Ct., August 11 .1843, son of Elihu and Mary Caro- 
line (Griswold) Marshall. Residence, Poquonock, Ct. 

Children, b. Poquonock, Ct.; 

4774. I. David Wilton (Marshall), b. July 15. 1877. 

4775. II, Carrie Phelps " b. June 21. 1883. 

216t). Cicero Phelps, b. Windsor Ct., 4 
May, 1804, m. 11 May, 1837, Betsey Crane, b. Berkley, 
Mass., Oct., 18, 1808, d. Milo, 111., Sept. 30, 1884, daughter 
of William and Hannah (Briggs) Crane. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Windsor, Ct., soon removing to 
Milo, Bureau Co., 111., where he died, April 25, 1896. 

Children : 

+ 4776. I. Elizabeth Rhoda, b. Windsor, Ct., 4 Sept., 

1838, m. George H. Bacon. 
+ 4777. II. Cicero, b. Windsor, Ct., 15 June, 1840, m. 

+ 4778. III. Roger William, b. Windsor. Ct., 1 August, 

1842. in. Harriett Hinmau. 
4779. IV. Daniel, b. Milo, 111., 30 March, 1845. An 

inventor. Res. Milo, 111. 
+ -1780. V. John C, b. Mil'-, 111., 23 May, [851, m. Mae 

Dalzell. 

2170. Daniel Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct.. 25 
Dec, 1807, 111. 4 April, 1832, Delia Drake, daughter of Bil- 
dad and Keziah (Eooinis) Drake. She was b. Windsor, Ct.. 
17 Dec, 1809, bapt. 5 August, t8io, d. Windsor. Ct., leaving 
one child. 

He m. 2nd. Phebe Ellsworth, 24 March, 1848. She was 



4.90 Seventh Generation . 

daughter of David Elsworth and Almira Gillespie, and was b. 
Windsor, Ct., 19 Sept., 182 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct.. where d. 10 Nov.. 1864, 
in his 57th year. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Windsor. Ct.. 
4781. I. Delia Drake, b. 2 Ma\ I . d, t8 August, 

1846. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Windsor, Ct.: 
+ 4782. II. David Ellsworth, b. 8 Feb,, 1849,111. Mary I.. 

McCorniick. 
4783. III. Hllen Jeanette, b. 12 July 1850, d. Sept., 

52. 
47N4. IV. Charles Seymour, b. 10 Nov., 1S52. d. 13 
Sept.. [854. 
+ 47 V. Daniel W. , b. 19 Feb., [856, 111. Mary J. 

1/ Minns. 
47S6. VI. Agnes Amelia, b. 20 Feb., 1856, m. Arthur 
Wilson, 21 Oct., [885. 
+ 47 VII. Walter Gillespie, b. 4 Jan. m. Grace H. 

Goodall. 
4788. VIII, Theodore S., b. 8 Feb., I860. 

2171. Rhoda Phelps, b. Windsor. Ct.. 
July, 1810, m. 16 Jan., 1844, John W. Dunlap, b. South 
Hadley, ' where he settled, and d. March. 1880. 

Children, b. Hadley, Mass 
47 I. George Woodbridge (Dunlap), b. 18 April, 

1845. 
4790. II. Edward (Dunlap). b. 5 May, i s 4 s 

2173. William R. Phklps. b. Windsor, Ct., 
12 Sept., 1815, m. 1st. jo Nov., 1 -rah P. Rankin, b. 

Suffield, Ct., 1817, d. Peoria, 111. He m; 2nd. Margaret 
Thompson, August 1851. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Peoria, 1816, where he died in 1.S70. 

Child, by 1st wife. b. Peoria, 111.: 
4701. I. Julia Elizabeth, b. 16 Nov., 1-. 

Child, by 2nd wife. b. Peoria, 111.: 
4792. II. William Roger, b. 29 August. 1852. 



Seventh Generation. 4.91 

217-4. Catharine Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 
15 Sept., 1818, m. Rev. Austin Carey, 4 May. 1842. He was 
a Congregational clergyman. He settled in Sunderland, 
Mass., where he d. 25 Sept, 1843. 

She m. for 2nd husband, Rev. Matthew Kingman, 11 
March, 1853. He settled at Amherst, Mass. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Sunderland, Mass.: 

4793. I. Helen Amelia (Carey), b. 24 Oct., 1843. 

4794. II. William H. " b. 24 July, 1848. 

4795. III. Austin Phelps now living. 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Amherst, Mass.: 

4796. IV. Maria Norton (Kingman), b. 14 Dec, 1S52. 

4797. V. Catharine P. " b. 14 Oct., 1854. 

4798. VI. Sarah Norton " b. 5 Oct., 1S56. 

4799. VII. Roger Phelps b. 19 Apr., 1859, d. 

23 Feb., 1 86 1. 

4800. VIII. Morris Bera " b. 13 Oct., 1S62. 

2175. Timothy Samuel Phelps, b. Windsor, 
Ct., 30 Oct., 1823, m. 1st, 19th Dec, 1843, Elizabeth S. 
Doomis, daughter of Elihu and Harriett (Phelps) Loomis, 1). 
Windsor, Ct., 30 Aug., 1823, where she d. 13 Oct., 1852. He 
m. 2nd Ellen Ellsworth, 18 May, 1859. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct., where he now resides. 
He is a farmer. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 4801. I. Timothy Dwight, b. S Jan., 1840, m. Ellen 

E. Ellsworth, 
1^02. II. Anna Elizabeth, b. Dec, 1847, d. 13 M 

1851. 

4803. III. Albert Eoomis, b. 28 May, 1850, d. 6 Dec. 

1854. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

4804. IV. Albert E., b. 11 Nov., 1S60. 

4805. V. Ellen Jennett, b. 12 Nov., 1S62. 

4806. VI, William, b. 24 Nov., 1864, d. 20 Aug., 1865. 

4807. VII. Catharine, b. 28 June, 1S67. 



492 



Seven Hi Generation . 



•21S9. Truman Allyn, 1). Simsbury, Ct., n 

June, 1 7 S 7 , m. Harriett Case, 17 Dec, 1807. She was slaugh- 
ter of Eli and Etheldra Case and was b. Simsbury, Ct.. 23 
Dec., 1188, d. Canton, Ct., 6 April. 1845. 

Mr. Allyn settled in Canton. Ct., where he died 3 June, 
[849 

Children , b. Canton. Ct.: 

•n), b. rg Sept.. [808, d. 13 Dec. 
1 81 

b. 30 I I ', . m. Albert 

Freeman. 
5 Jan., 
num. 

b. 3 Aug., 1S14, m. Clara 
Andrews. 

b. 5 Aug.. [818, 111. Asa Ben- 
edict. 



4809 



I. Daniel (Ally 

II. DianaD. 

III. Louisa 

4S11. IV. Alexander 

V. Harriett 

VI. Lucy Ann 



4812. 
4 s 1 3 - 



4. VII. Lucy Ann 



b. [3 May, 1820, d. 30 Oct., 

t82I. 

b. 25 July. 1822, d. 17 May, 
1- 

4815. VIII. Truman James (Allyn), b. 12 Sept.. [825, m. 

Jennette Barber. 

4816. IX. Elizabeth (Allyn), b. 31 March, [827, d. 25 

Dec, 

48J X. Andrew J. b. 26 March. 1829, d. 3 

Sepl • 18. 

+ 4818 XI. Jeremiah " 5 Ji [831, in. Ada 

2211. EmmaEllS .l's.b.Bloomneld, 

Ct., 10 July, 1- ; tn. Ge< Bloomfield, Ct., 24 May, 

1852. He was s Jonathan and Lavinia (Richards) Gay, 

and was b. Dedham, Mass., 22 Oct., 1816. Settled in Meriden, 
Ct., where his wife d. 4 Sept.. 1883. He was a carpenter and 
builder. 

Child, b. Meriden. Ct.: 

1 9. I. Emma Eliza (Gay 1 I 56, d. 2 April. 

1887. 



Seventh Generation. j.qj 

2212. John Fayette Phelps, b. Bloomfield, 

Ct., io Feb., 1N20, m. Sarah Hitchcock, at Bloomfield, Ct.. 

30 March, 1848. She was daughter of David and Ruth 
(Kingsley) Hitchcock, and was b. Marlboro, Mass., (or Ct.,) 

31 May, 1 82 1. 

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

Child, b. Bloomfield, Ct.: 

4820. I. Sarah Annette, b. 4 August, 1855, d. 21 June, 

1862. 

"2'2lb. Cyrus C. Phelps, b. LeRoyville. N. Y., 
5 March, 1820, m. Eliza McOmber, at LeRoyville, X. Y., 
Sept., 1 84 1. She was daughter of Benjamin and Rhoda 
(Morville) McOmber, and was b. LeRoyville. X. Y., 18 Dei 
1822. Mr. Phelps resided in Minneapolis, Minn., where he 
died 7 July, 1892. He was a bookkeeper. 

Children,!). LeRoyville, X. Y.: 

4821. I. William E., b. 20 Sept., 1842, d. 28 March, 

1879 
+ 4822. II. Eliza. J., b. 13 May, 1845, m. David M. Evans. 

+ 4823, III. Benjamin, b. 9 March, I84S, tn. Kate Corrodeu. 
24. IV. Mary Aunetta, b. 26 Sept., 1862, num. Re> 

Milbank, So. Dakota, in 1879. 

2216. William S. Phelps, b. LeRoyville, X. 
Y., 1 Feb., 1822, m. Julia Payne, at LeRoyville. X. Y. She 
was daughter of Julius and Annette Payne, and was b. Paris, 
France. 

Mr. Phelps settled in LeRoyville, X. Y. 

Child, b. LeRoyville. X. Y,: 
+ 4825. I. Frederick J., b. LeRoyville. X. Y., 1 May, 

1857, m. Cornelia Mosher. &><■' 

2220. Mehitabel Phelps, b. Lyme, Ct.. 6 
Jan., 1780, removed when young to Woodstock, Ct., with her 
father, m. at Bridgewater, Yt., 5 Aug., 1800, Jonathan Boyce. 
He was son of George and Lydia (Page) Boyce. b. Xew 
Salem, Mass., 1 March, 1778. Settled in Bridgewater, Yt., 
where he died, 19 May, 1S63. He was a farmer. His wife 
died at Bridgewater, Yt., 1 March, i860, 



/5V Seventh Generation. 

Children, b. Bridgewater, Yt.: 

4826. I. Polly (Boyce), b. 3 August, r8oi, d. 26 Dec, 

is 16. 

4827. II. Cylinda " b. 27 Oct.. 1803, d. 5 Nov., 

1 826, unm. 
4*28. III. William (Boyce), b. 26 JTuly 
4829. IV. Georj b. 13 Sept., 1809. 

$30. V. Jonathan Phelps (Boyce), b. 8 May. 1815, d. 

50 Jan., 1821. 
+ 4831. VI. Harriett A. " 1>. 5 Jan., 1820, ni. 

Rowland C. Ma'yhew. 

2222. Capt. Daniel Leet Phelps, b. Lyj 

Ct., 4 June. 1785, m. at Windsor, Ct.. 14 March, 1800, Polly 
Root. She was daughter of Ruins and Mary (Stowe) Ro< 
and was b, Windsor, Ct., 10 Maw [788, Friday, 20 minutes 
after 6 I'. M.. and d. Attleboro Falls, Mass., 26 March. 1S74. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Woodstock, Yt., 
about [794. On marrying, he settled in Windsor, removing 
from then.- to Attleboro, Mass., where lie d. 22 August, [853. 
He armer. 

Rufus Root served in the War of the Revolution. 

Capt Daniel Leete Phelps Capt. in 3rd Regt., War of 1812. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 
+ 4.S32. 1. Thaddeus, b. 21 July, [809, m. twice. 

2224. ASENATH Pb b Lyme. Ct., 10 

August, 17S9, removing I 1 Woo .-lock, \"t., with her father 
when young, m. in Hartland, Vt. 25 Dec, 18 14, William 
Marcy, Jr. He was probably b. in Yermont, 28 August, 178 

Settled in Hartland. 

Children, b. Hartland. Yt.: 

+ 48 I. Daniel (Marcy), b. Hartland Yt.. 20 May, 

-2, m. Vashti Hale. 

+ 483 II. Charles C. (Marcy), b 20 May, 1822, m. 

Rhoda Fuller. Had six sons, who d. in in- 
fancy. 

2235. Rufus C. Phelps, b. Lyme, Ct. - 
m. Dorothy Comstock. (widow of Samuel Palmer), b. 1783, d. 



Seventh Generation. /P5 

20 June, 1840. Mr. Phelps died and was buried in South 
Burying Ground in Hadlyme, Ct. 

Children, b. Lyme, Ct.: 

4835. I. Griswold, b. 1805, d. 4 Jan., 1858. 

4836. II. Augustus. 

2236. Roswell Phelps, b. Lyme, Ct., 1788 
m. Mary Barnard Wood. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lyme, Ct. He was a farmer. He d. 
there 27 August, 1825. His will in New London probate 
records dated 27 August, 1825, presented 2 Dec., 1825, refers 
to wife Mar}- Barnard, and children George N., Lavinia E., 
Adaline O,, Mary Maria and Asenath. Inventory S2110. 

The will of Mary B. Phelps recorded Old Lyme, 17 Oct., 
186S. 

Children, b, Lyme, Ct. 
+ 4S37. I. George X., b. Oct., 181 2, m. twice. 

4838. II. Lavina, living in Lyme, 1890, unm. 

4S39. III. Adaline, d. Lyme, 11 May, 1881, unm. 

(.840. IV. Mary Maria, b. 18 19, d. Dec, 1831, buried in 

South Burying Ground. 

4841. V. Asenath. 

2238. Livih Phelps, b. Last Haddam. Ct., 

1794, d. , m. Joseph Martin, b. East Haddam, Ct.,son of. 

Samuel Martin. Residence, Milliugton, East Haddam, Ct. 

Children, b. East Haddam, Ct.: 



4842. 


I. 


Mariette 


4 S 43- 


II. 


Niles 


4 S 44- 


III. 


Ephraim 


4845- 


IV. 


Esther 


4846. 


V. 


Edgar 


4 S 47- 


VI. 


Datus W 


4S48. 


VII. 


Is a belle 



2239. Alvax Peck Phelps, b. blast Haddam, 
Ct., 30 July, 1798, m. 21 May, 1823, A7.11 bah Huugerford. 
daughter of Elijah and Rachel (Harvey) Huugerford. She 
was b. East Haddam, Ct., 7 April, 1797. d. Killingworth, Ct.,. 
15 Oct., 1S79. 



4.96 Seventh Generation. 

Mr. Phelps was a clothier, and later a farmer. Settled in 
East Haddam, where he died 30 June. [875. 

Children, 1), East Haddam. Ct.: 

I, Azubah, b. 21 June, 1824, m. Philander Har- 
rison. 
II. Alvan Cornelius, b. 15 Feb., [826, d. 4 June, 
1868, unm. 

III. Sylvester Peck, b 6 Jan., 1828, d. 5 May, 
1843, unm. 

IV. < ! tharine, b. 24 June, 1830, m. Stephen 
E. Wilcox. 

V Frederick O., b. 17 May, [832, m. Dora Eld- 
ridge, and settled Long Island, X. V. 
VI. Charlotte Maria, b. 7 August, 1834, in. < 
ton C. Phelps. See No. ' 
VII. Ulysses Chapman, b, jo Jul}-. 1837, m. Helen 
Isabell Tiffany. She b. 10 Dec, [84 

VIII. Elijah, 1). 4 Jan., 1840, Residence, Kan>;^ 
City, Kan. 

IX. John A., b. 21 March, [842, m. Ellen G. 

Wright. 

2240. Ogden X. Phelps, b. East Haddam. Ct.. 
1800, m. Charlotte Hnngerford, 1823, in Hadlyme Society. 
She was sister of his brother Alviu's wife. She d. in East 
dam, Ct., 1866. Mr. Phelps was a farmer, settled in East 
Haddam, in Millington Society. He d. in Deep Rive 
March. 186 

Children, b. Fast Haddam. Ct.: 

+ 4S- I. Gaston C. b. 9 I . $24, m. Charlotte M. 
Phelps. Xo. 4S54. 

4S59. II. Horace, b. 

486 III. Ogden. b. 

4861, IV. George, b. 

481 V. Robert, b. 

486 VI. Nelson, b. 

4864. VII. Silas, b. 

4 sos. VIII. Mary Ann, b. 

4866. IX. Harriett, b. 



+ 4849. 


4850. 


4851. 


+ 4852 


4853- 


4 S 54. 


+ 4855- 


4- 


+ 4*57- 



Seventh Generation. jyj 

4S67. X. Jane, b. 

4868. XI. John H., b. m. Harriett Phelps. No. 4879. 

4869. XII. One other. 

224-1. Chauncey Beck with Phelps, b. East 
Haddam, Ct., June, 1802, m. 1st. Flora Fuller, b. East Had. 
dam, d. 1829. 

He m. 2nd. 4 Apr., 1830, Theresa Holmes, daughter of 
Samuel and Martha (Palmer) Holmes. She was b. ' ampton.N. 
H., 27 Sept., 1806, d. 1 March, 1S58. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and shoemaker and settled in Had- 
lyme, Ct.: 

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

+ 4870. I. Hiram T., b. 5 Oct., 1829, m. Mary A. Spen- 

cer. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Hadlyme, Ct.: 

+ 4871. II. Samuel H., b. 3 Feb., 1832. m. Mary T. 

Strong. 

^72. III. Esther P,,b. 26 March, 1833, m. Samuel Jones. 

+ 4873. IV. Martha P., b. 8 Dec, 1834, m. Wilson Gates. 

+ 1S74. V. Edwin H.,b. 21 Feb., 1836, m, Harriett — 7 — 

+ 4875, VI. Joseph P., b. 26 April, 183.', m, Harriett Y. 

Gates. 

I s 7 6 . VII. Mayro, b. 1 July, 1840, m, Alice . 

+ 4877. VIII. Mariette, b. 1 Jan., 1843, m. Rufus G. Phelp^. 

4878. IX. Emily, b, 11 Jan., 1845, m. Chauncey Way, 

No issue. Res. Haddam. Ct 

4879. X. Harriett, b. 11 March, 1848, m. John H. 

Phelps. See No, 4868. 
+ 4880. XI. Truman, b, 19 Jan., 1850, m, Annie M. Chad- 
wick. 

2244. Andrew C. Phelps, b. East Haddam, 
Ct., 1810, d. East Haddam, Ct., May 17, 1S74, m. March 23, 

1835, Sarah Comstock, b. , d. July 19, 1875. He was a 

farmer at Hadlyme, Cl, 

Children, b. Hadlyme, Ct.: 

4-4881. I. Alice C, b. Dec. 9, 1836, m. C. C. Newbury, 
4-4882. II. Andrew C, b. , m. Rosa E. Burnham. 

(32) 



4.98 Seventh Generation. 

2215. Adonijah Sherman Phelps, b. East 
Haddam, Ct., Feb. 5, 1812, d. New Haven. Ct., 1875, in. at 
New Haven, Ct., June n, 1842, Deborah K. Stannard, b. 
Westbrook, Ct., April 3, 1822, d. New York City, March 3, 
1848, dau. of William and Martha (Griffin) Stannard. Hem. 
2nd, June 29, 1849, Martha Ann Stannard, b. Nov. 11, 1831, 
sister of his first wife. Res. New Haven, Ct. Was a shoe- 
maker, and was a soldier in the war of 1861. 

Children by 1st wife : 

4883. I. Eleanor G., b. New Haven, Ct., Nov. 13. 

1843, m. William S. Grant, son of Thomas 
and Adeline A. (Fowler) Grant. 
884. II. Maria L.,b. Killingworth, Ct. ,' Feb. 26, 1845, 

m. Thomas W. Gentile, son of William and 
Eliza (Hardman) Gentile. No issue. 
55. III. Deborah K., b. New York, Feb. 13, 1848, m. 
Nathan Ives, son of George and Lydia 
(Smith) Ives. 

Children by 2nd wife : 

4886. IV. Henry C, b. West Haven, Ct., July 21, 1851, 
d. New Haven Ct Sept. ;■ . 1893. 
+ 4887. V. William S., b. New Haven. Ct., May 10. 1853, 

m, Louise M, Reilly. 

4888. VI. Hester J., b. Westbrook, Ct., I >ct. 27, [854, m. 

4889. VII. Gilbert C, b. " " June 25, 1856, d. 

Feb, 13, 1 

224-7. Rodney Phelps, b. Lyme, Ct.. 19 May, 
17S7, m. 6 June, 1806, Olive Shattuek, daughter of Thomas 
Shattuck. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Smithville.. Ill,, where he died, 21 
August, 1846. He was aged 59 years, 3 mos., 2 days. He- 
was a farmer. 

Children, b. Smithville, 111.: 

4S90. I. Dorothy, b. 27 Oct.. 1807, m. Amos Hotch- 

kiss, 11 Nov.. 1S30. Settled Smithville, 111. 

4891. II. Smith, b. 16 August, 1809, m. Julia Hotch- 

kiss. 



Seventh Generation. $pp 

4S92. III. Rhoda, b. n Oct., 1810, in. Cornelius Mc- 
Gee, May, 184S. Shed. 1 Apr., 1845. 

4893. IV. Athalinda, b. 12 Sept., 1812, m. Thomas J. 

Reed, 13 June, 1834. 

4894. V. Thomas, b. 18 Sept., 18 16. 

4895. VI. Mary, b. 29 June, 1820. 

4S96. VII. Thurman, b. 11 August, 1822. m. Ann Eliza 
Lionbarfer, May, 1848. Settled in Toun- 
lam-Green, Co. of Hancock, 111. 

4897. VIII. Edward, b. 10 April, 1824. 

2249. Nathaniel Beckwith Phelps, b. Sar- 
atoga, N. Y., or Vt., most probably in Lyme, 1788., m. in 
1807. Charity Shattuck, daughter of Thomas Shattuck. He 
m. 2nd Catharine Gutchers. 

Mr. Phelps settled in New York state, later removing to 
St. John, Mich., where he died. 

Children, b. New York, by 1st wife: 

4S98. I. Samantha, b. 2 August, 1809, m. Ira B. 

Gutchers, 9 Jan., 1834, at Victory, N. Y. 
Had 8 children, 2 of whom d. before 1862. 

4899. II. Jonathan, b. 2 Nov., 181 1, m. Harriett 

Wheeler, who d. in child-birth, one year 
after. He m. 2nd Rachel Mondville, had 6- 
children, all died before 1862. 

4900. III. Olive Maria, b. 15 July, 1813, d. 15 August, 

1834. 

4901. IV. Asenath, b. 15 May, 1816, m. Henry Crowell,. 

23 Dec, 1S38. Had 6 children. 
+ 4902. V. Charles Giles, b. 9 Sept., 1818, m. Jane Letts. 

4903. VI. Matilda, d. aged 2 years. 
+ 4904. VII. Alexander Bryant, b. 30 August, 1823, m. 

twice. 

Children, by 2nd wife: 
+ 4905. VIII. Samuel Beckwith, b. Conquest, N. Y., June 
4, 1837, m. Maria F. Leversee. 
4906. IX. Susan. 

2260. Ralph Phelps, child of Samuel and 
Felix Phelps, b. Scipio, N. Y., about 1785, m. Hester Decker. 



joo Seven th Genera tioti . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Scipio, N. Y., and died when his sun 
William was 14 years of age. 

Children, b. Scipio, N. Y. 

4907. I. William. Settled in Detroit, Mich. 

4908. II. Truman. Settled in Danville. Kv. 

+ 4909. III. Ralph, 1). 7 May, 1820. .Settled in Detroit, 
Mich.. 111. Jane McKenzie. 
4910. IX '. Samuel, b. 11 April, [821. Settled in Detroit. 
Mich., in. Mary Ann Beach. She d. .' 
16. 1886. Nc issue. 
491 1 . Y, Henry. 

2279. Gen. Edward Arah Phelps, b. Cole- 
brook, Ct., 26 March, 180S, 111. 1st Elizabeth Strong Carrinj 
ton, 23 Jan., 1833. She was daughter of Henry and Susannah 
(Starr) Carriugton, and was !>. Middletown, Ct., 14 May, 

[809, (I. Colebrook, Ct., 12 Oct., 1*47. He m. 2nd Sophia 
Charlotte Swazey, at Norwich, Yt., (> Feb., 1850. She was 
daughter of John Swaxey. !>. Gilmanton, X. H. By her he 
had no issue. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Colebrook, Ct.. where he d. 19 Oct., 

[885. Mr, Phelps was educated at a military school in Yer- 

mont. 

Children, 1>. Colebrook, Ct.: 

401 -. I. Edward Carriugton, b. 15 Feb., 1838, d. s 

Dec, [845. 
+ 4913. II. Edward Arah, b. 15 Dec, 1840, m. Mary 

Agnes Russell. 

+ 4914. III. Carriugton. b. 3 Oct.. 1S47, 111. Anna Catha- 
rine Wolcott. 

2'2sO. Catharine Candace Phhlps, b. Cole- 
brook, Ct., 7 March, 1810, d. July 20. 1897, m. Dr. William 
Carriugton, 9 May, 1831, in Middletown. Ct. He studied 
medicine and settled in Colebrook, Ct., and d. Boston, Ma-- 
2 Oct., 1847. He 1 D of Dr. Jesse and Hannah (Denni- 

son) Carringtou. They had no children, although oite author- 
ity stated that there were eight. 

2'2S3. Josiaii Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 2 Nov.. 
1789, m, Emily Allen, 26 Dec. 1820. She was daughter of 
Samuel Allen, and was b. Windsor, Ct. 



Seventh Generation. 501 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct., where he d. 7 June, 
1861. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

4933. I. Oscar Josiah, b. 3 Nov., 1821. 

4924. II. Emily Harriett, b. 31 Dec., 1822. m. Edward 

H. Hollister, 6 Dec, 1849. 

4925. III. Orlando, b. 30 Sept., 1824, d. 9 Sept., 1825. 

4926. IV. Medora Angeline, b. 12 April, 1831, 

2285. Cicero Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 2 Sept., 
1794, m, Catharine E. Griswold, 31 Jan., 1822. She was 
daughter of Bnckland Griswold, 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct., where he died 30 May, 
1858. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

4927. I. Thomas, b. 12 May, 1834, d. 12 May, 1836. 

2286. Clarissa Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 15 
July, 1803, m. May, 1S29, Elisha Moore, son of Thomas and 
Zulina (Palmer) Moore. Settled in Bloomfield, Ct. He was 
b. 18 Dec, 1806. 

Children, b. Bloomfield, Ct.: 

4928. I. Julia Clarissa (Moore), b, 20 June, 1830. 

4929. II. Helen Adelia " b. 1 Sept., 1833. 

4930. III. Elisha Thomas " b. 10 March, 1836. 

4931. IV. Mark Kilmer " b. 5 June, 1S39. 

2301. Candace Narsissus Phelps, b. Cole- 
brook, Ct., 30 June, 1803, d. 18 April, 1S79, m. ro June, 1829, 
Henry Thompson, of Thompsonville, Enfield, Ct., b. 21 Eeb., 
1790, d. 30 Oct., 1S75, son of -. Res. Thompsonville, Ct. 

Children, b. Thompsonville, Ct.: 
+ 4932. I. James Phelps (Thompson), b. 18 Sept., 1830, 

d. 2 Jan., 1887. 
4932a. II. Matthew (Thompson), b. 13 July, 1834. 
-f-4933. III. Maria Elizabeth (Thompson), b. 27 August. 
1836, m. A. B. Redfield. 

2307. Abigail Closson. b. Deerfield, Mass., 27 
June, 1785, d. 8 Oct., 1855, m. 24 Oct., 1811, David Sheldon, 



/ 



5° 2 



Seven th Genera Hon . 



b. 28 Feb., 1770, d. 19 Sept., 1841, son of John and Persis 
(Hoyt) Sheldon. Res. Deerfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Deerfield, Mass.: 

4934. I. David Sheldon, b. 15 Oct., 1812, m. twice. 
4934a. II. Mary, b. 28 Dec, 1815, m. Charles S. Wil- 
liams. 

4934b. III. Abigail, b. 7 Feb., 1819, m. Francis B. Bacon 
of Springfield. 

2308. Joseph Closson, b. Deerfield, Mass., 1 
August, 1791, m, Mehitabel Stebbins, 10 Nov., 1S14. She 
was daughter of Joseph Stebbins. Mr. Closson resided for a 
short time in Deerfield, Mass., removing to Shelburne. Vt., 
about 1818, where he kept the ferry on the East River for 
many years. About 1835, he removed to Illinois, probably 
Peoria, where he died. There are now no descendants of the 
name of Closson. 

Children : 

4935. I. Samuel A. (Closson) b. Deerfield, Mass., 1814. 

4936. II. Joseph " b. " " 7 Sept., 

1S16. 

III. Mehitabel " b. " "7 Oct.. 
1817, m. John Field. 

IV. Matthew (Closson), b. Shelburne, Vt.. 1 Feb., 
[9. 



+ 4937 

493 s 
4939 
4940 
4941 

4942 
4943 



V. Jarvis 
1820. 
VI. Alfred 
1822. 
VII. Frederick 

-4- 

VIII. Deriata 

[827. 

IX. Caroline 

is,;.. 



b. 
b. 
b. 
b. 

b. 



" 19 Dec, 

" 8 Mar.. 

" 9 Mar.. 

" 4 Dec, 

" 9 Jan.. 



'2310. Seward Phelps, b. Northampton, Ma-; 5. . 
19 March, 1758, m, Elizabeth Armstrong 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass.. where he died, 7 
Sept., 1802. 



Seventh Generation. 503 

Child b. Northampton, Mass.: 

4944. I. Edward. Settled in Michigan, 

2312. Submit Phelps, b. Northampton, Mass. . 
12 Jan., 1762, m. 1784, Paul Clark, b. Northampton, Mass. 
Settled in Westhampton, Mass., where he died, and where his 
wife died, 22 Feb., 1849. 

Child, b. Westhampton, Mass.: 

4945. I. Susan (Clark), m. 11 Dec, 1806, Luther 

Strong, b. Oct. i8, 1782, son of Joseph and 
and Elizabeth (Noble) Strong. 

2319. Joseph Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 
about 1764, m. Martha , in Pittsfield. She died, New- 
Berlin, N. Y., 25 April, 1845. 

Mr. Phelps settled in New Berlin, N. Y. , with two brothers, 
William and Pliny, purchasing farms adjoining, where they 
all lived and died. He died 13 Jan., 1836. 

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

+ 4946. I. George, b. about 1794, m. Clarissa Vail. 

+ 4947. II. Judah, mi Elizabeth Chapin. 

+ 494S. HI. Emily, b. 1801, m. William Ransford. 

•4949. IV. Albert, 1805, d. 14 July, 1880, unm. 
+4950. V. Frederick, b. May 17, 1807, m. Adaline L. 

Babcock. 

2321. John Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., about 
1762, m. at Pittsfield, Mass., 12 March, 1786, Lucy Cook, 
daughter of Thomas and Sybil Cook, b. Ellington, Ct. She 
was b. 1 Feb., 1764. 

Children, b. Moravia, N. Y., except the first : 

1791, 



4951 


I. 


John, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 
prob. d. June 10, 1791. 


23 April 


4952 


II. 


Lucy. 




4953 


III. 


Horace. 




4954 


IV. 


Pamelia. 




4955 


V. 


Abner. 




4956 


VI. 


Sylvia. 




4957- 


VII. 


Anna. 




495S. 


VIII. 


Flavia. 





jOjf. Seventh Generation. 

4959. IX. Laura. 

4960. X. Esther. 

'2323. Pliny Phelps, b. Pittsfiekl. Mass.. 26 
Jan., 1772, removed with his brothers, Joseph and William 
Phelps, to New Berlin, N. Y., and purchased farms adjoining. 
He m. Anna Liudsey, of Pittsfield, Mass. He d. New Berlin, 
N. Y., in 1850, leaving no children. 

2324. William Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mas 
bapt. 20 Feb., 1774, m. Polly Warner. 

Mr. Phelps, with his brothers Pliny and Joseph Phelps -ti- 
tled in New Berlin. X. V,. on farms adjoining, where he died 
in 1884. 

Children, b. New Berlin, X. Y., except first two : 

4961. I. William, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 22 August, 17 

d. Pittsfield. 22 Jan.. 170-. 

4962. II. A child, 1). Pittsfield, Mass.,d. Pittsfield. 1791. 
+ 4963. III. Elisha, b. 2 Nov., 1705, m. Hannah Yail. 

4964. 1\". Ely, m., had sou, William M. Phelps Nor- 
wich, X. Y. 
+ 4965. V. James, m. Mary Collar. 

4966. YI. Doliy. 

4967. VII. Sally. 

4968. VIII. Mary. 

•2325. James Phelps, b. Pittsfield, M;i^., 12 
May, 1776, m. Elizabeth Collins, 5 Oct., in -2. She was daugh- 
ter of Daniel and Anna (Bristol) Collins, and was b. 8 May, 
17S7, and d. Guilford. Ct.. May, 

Franklin C. Phelps family Bible record says: " Ja; 
Phelps, b. 31 Oct.. 1777. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Richmond, X. Y.. where he died 21 
Feb., 1813. 

Children, b. Richmond, N. Y 

+ 4969. I. Franklin C, b. 31 Ang., 1803, m. Emeline 

Munger. 

4970. II. Ann Jane, h. 25 Oct., [804, m. Andrews, 

19 March, [827. 

4971. III. Ransom W., b. 22 Aug., 1S08. 



Seventh Generation. joj 

2326. Elijah Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass,, 



1780, m. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Shelburne, Vt., where he died. 

This family were living at Shelburne, Vt. in i860, and near 
Burlington, Vt, in 1897. 

Children, b. Shelburne, Vt.: 

4972. I. George W. 



4973 
4974 
4975 
4976 



II. Elijah M. 

III. Charles W. 

IV. Leonora. 
V. Laura S. 

2335. Timothy Phelps, b. Westhanipton, 

Mass., bapt., 27 Dec., 1775, m. about 1S00, Lois Wright She 
was daughter of Phineas and Lois Wright, and was b. West- 
hanipton, Mass., 4 April, 1778, where she died. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westhanipton, Mass., where he died. 

Children, b. Westhanipton, Mass.: 

4977. I. Lois, in. William Strong. Settled in West- 

hanipton. 
497-;. II. A daughter, d. young. 

4979. III. Quartus, b. 2 Sept., 1806, m, Rhoda Strong. 

4980. IV. Jonathan, 111. Grace Fisher. Settled in West- 

hanipton. 

4981. V. Elnathan. 

+ 4982. VI. Timothy P., b. 7 June, 1815, 111. Cordelia 
Bartlett. 

2337. Luke Phelps, b. Westhampton, Mass., 
about 1780, in. 22 June, 1805, Mary Montague, who d. West- 
hanipton, Mass. Mr. Phelps settled in Westhanipton, where 
he died. 

Children, b. Westhanipton, Mass.: 

4983. I. Samuel F., 111. Phebe Pierson. Residence 203 

Clinton street, Brooklyn, N. V. 

4984. II. Orion. 

+ 4985. III. Zenas M., b. 19 July, 1S11, m. Anna S. Bar 
ton. 

4986. IV. Luke, d. young 

4987. V. Mary, m. Samuel Swift. 



j$o6 Seventh Generation. 

4988. VI. Martha E., m. Dr. William Swift. 

4989. VII. Maria Lucina, m. Rev. George Lyman. 

2340. Capt. Julius Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 8 May, 1780, bapt. 18 June, 17S0, m. 1st. 8 June, 1809, 
Phebe Warren, b. Northampton, Mass., 2 Oct., 1783, where 
she d. 8 March, 1834. He m. 2nd Jemima White, 30 Dec, 
1835, d. Northampton, Mass., 9 March, 1X65. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Florence, Northampton. Mass., where 
he d. 13 Jan., 1858. 

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

+ 4990. I. Clarissa, b. 27 March, 1S10, m. Francis H. 

Shepard. 
4991. II. Phebe C, b. 8 Oct.. 181 1, d. 26 May, u 

Ullffi. 

+ 4992. III. Solomon, b. 24 Jan., 1814, m. twice. 

+ 4993, IV. Harriett, b. 22 May, 1S17, m. Richard B. 
Davis. 

+ 4994. V. Julius, b. 6 March, 1.S20, m. Anna Clapp. 

-(-4995. VI. Cephas, b. 22 August, 1S22, m. Sarah Kings- 
ley. 

+ 4996. VII, David B., b. 8 Nov., 1X25. m. twice. 

£341. Sylvester Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 1781, bapt. 10 Feb., 17S2, m. 25 Dec, [811, Abigail 
Gouch, b. at Northampton, Mass., Sept., 17S6, d. there 29 
Jan.. i860. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Northampton, Mass. 
where he died 21 Nov., 1840. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 
997. I. Samuel, b. 4 Oct.. 1812, m. Caroline Brown. 

499S. II. Most-;, b. 28 Oct.. [814, d. 10 June, 1S.S5.unm. 

4999. III. Jonathan, b. 28 March, 1817, d. July, 1S17. 
+ 5000. IV. Eliza, b. 26 April, 1818, m. George Strong. 

5001. V. Abigail, b. 28 July, 1822. Resided in North- 

ampton, Mass., unm. 

5002. VI. Phidelia, b. 4 July, 1S24, unm., d. 184 

2342. Sarah Phelps, b. Northampton, Mass., 
Nov., 1783, m 23 Nov., 1S06. John Wright. He was son of 



Seventh Generation. 



5"', 



5003. 


I. 


Sarah (\V 


5004. 


II. 


Edwin 


5005. 


III. 


Nancy 


5006. 


IV. 


Lewis 


5007 


V. 


John 


5008. 


VI. 


Nancy 


5009. 


VII. 


Frederick 



ioio. VIII. Charles 



Dea. Samuel Wright, whose ancestors were the first settlers of 
Northampton, and was born there, and settled and died there. 
His wife died 20 May, 1842. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

ht). b. 30 June, 1808. 
b. 16 Dec, 1809. 
b. d. in infancy, 
b. 11 Sept., 1814, m. Julia 

Bartlett. 
b. Feb., i8i6,d. 30 Dec. ,1852. 
b. 21 May, 1818. 
b. 9 April, 1 82 1, d. 17 Sept., 

1877. 
b. 16 July, 1823, d. 19 Dec, 
1869. 

2343. Hon. Charles Porter Phelps, b. 
Hadley, Mass,, 8 August, 1772, m. Sarah Davenport Parsons, 
1 Jan., 1800. She was daughter of Moses and Sarah Parsons, 
of Newburyport, .Mass., and was b. Haverhill, Mass., d. Bos- 
ton, Mass., 22 Oct., 1817. Hem. 2nd Charlotte Parsons, 23 
Nov., 1820. She was daughter of Hon. Theophilus and Eliz- 
abeth Parsons, of Hadley, Mass., and was b. 26 Jan., 1793, 
and d. n July, 1830. He m. 3rd Mrs. Elizabeth C. Jackson, 
of Canton, Maine, 5 August, 1833. By her he had no issue. 
She was daughter of Maj. John Hastings, of Cambridge. 

He was partially fitted for college by Rev. Joseph Lyman, 
D. D., of Hatfield, Mass., and graduated with high honors at 
Harvard University, in the class of 1791. He pursued his 
legal studies under the instruction of Hon. Theophilus Par- 
sons, of Newburyport, Mass. On his admission to the bar, in 
1795. he established himself in Boston, and attained to a high 
rank in his profession. Duriug the latter part of his 2nd 
year's residence in Boston, he was engaged in mercantile pur- 
suits. In 1S15, he was chosen a representative from Boston 
ton to the state legislature. In rSi6 and 18 17 he was com- 
mander of the celebrated company of cavalry, well remem- 
bered by the elder portion of this community as the Hussars, 
being the immediate successor in command to the Hon. Josiah 
Quincy. This company paraded for the last time on the oc- 



joS Seventh Generation. 

casion of the visit of President Monroe to Boston, in June, 
1817, and was soon afterwards disbanded. In 18 16, Mr. P. 
was appointed cashier of the Massachusetts Bank, in Boston. 
This office he resigned the following year, when he returned 
to the estate inherited from his father, in Hadley, where he 
passed the remainder of his long life, highly respected by the 
community, who manifested their regard for him by repeat- 
edly electing him to offices of honor and trust. He repre- 
sent ed the town of Hadley in the state legislature in 1820, 
1821, 1822, [824, 1829, 1832. 839, [840, and [841; 

and in 1826 and 1827 lit- was elected senator from the district 
of Hampshire. As there were rival social and civil interests 
in town, it sometimes happened that they could not lip- 

on a candidate for representative. When this was the cas 
so popular was Mr. P. that they would compromise the matter 
by electing him. 

Of commanding form and bearing, of abilities which acquired 
the respect, and integrity which secured the confidence of all. 
Mr. P., was for more than half a century an acknowledged 
and consistent disciple of Christ. Among his neighbors, his 
clear judgment and high principle caused him to be often con- 
sulted on matters of doubt or dispute. The affection of his 
family was blended with deep revere: 

His mind retained its powers till the close of life, and among 
his last words were expressions of the faith that look-- beyond 



the grave 


• 


Children by rst wife : 


- : 1. 


I. 


Char ston M a - pt., 1801. 


5012. 


II. 


Edward, b. Hadley. Mass, 17 August, 1- 
d. 7 Feb., 1807. 


; 3- 


Ill, 


Sarah, b. Boston, Mass., 16 May. 1805. 


! 4- 


IV. 


S, b. " 3 June. 1 B 


>5- 


V. 


Elizabeth, b. 4 Dec, 1 d. 5 
Dec, [819. 


5016. 


VI. 


Maria Ann, b. " 15 Sept., 1810, m. 
Alfred Beldeu. 


5017. 


VII. 


Louisa, b. Boston. Mass, 27 June, 1X12, d. 31 
Dec, [813. 


5018. 


VIII. 


Caroline, b. '' 22 August. 1814, m, 
Rev. Steven Bulfinch. 



Seventh Generation. jop 

5019. IX. Arthur, b. Boston, Mass., 16 March, 1817, d. 

young. 

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

5020. X. Theophilus Parsons, b. 26 Aug., 1S21, unm. 

5021. XI. William Porter, b. 26 June, 1823. unm. 

5022. XII. Charlotte Elizabeth, b. 9 March, 1825. 

5023. XIII. Frederick Ashley, b. 21 Feb., 1826, d. 22 

Feb., 1826. 
5024 XIV. Susan Davis, b. 13 March, 1827. 

•J345. Elizabeth Whiting Phelps, b. Had- 
ley, Mass., 4 Feb., 1779, m. 1 Jan., 1801, Rev. Dan. Hun- 
tington, son of William and Bethiah (Thorp) Huntington. 
He was b. 11 Oct., 1774. He graduated at Yale, class of 1794, 
and was one of the three first tutors who gave instructions in 
Williams College, which position he held for two years, re- 
signing, was appointed tutor under Dr. Dwight of Yale. In 
1797 he was ordained pastor of the Congregational Societv of 
Litchfield, Ct., being the successor of the Rev. Lyman 
Beecher. Here he continued up to 1809. He was also pas- 
tor of the Cong. Church in Middletown. 



'e 



Children : 

+ 5025. I. Charles P. (Huntington), b. Litchfield, Ct., 24 

Ma\', 1802, m. twice. 
+ 5026. II. Elizabeth P. (Huntington), b. Litchfield, Ct., 

S May, 1803, m. George Fisher. 
-I- 5027. III. William P. (Huntington), b. 16 July, 1804, 

m. Lucy Edwards. 
502S. IV. Bethia Y. (Huntington), b. Litchfield, Ct., 17 

Oct., 1805. 

5029. V. Edward P. (Huntington), b. Litchfield. Ct., 

25 April, 1807, m. Helen M. Williams. 

5030. VI. John W. (Huntington), b. Litchfield, Ct., 28 

May, 1S09. 
+ 5031. VII. Theophilus P. (Huntington), b. Middletown, 
Ct., 11 July, 181 1, m. Elizabeth Fitch Lyon. 
5032. VIII. Theodore (Huntington), b. Middletown, Ct., 
18 March, 181 3, 111. Elizabeth Sumner. 



5 



to Seventh Generation. 



5033. IX. Mary D. (Huntington), b. Middletowu, Ct. - 

April. 1S15, d. 1S33. 

5034. X. Catharine C. (Huntington), b. Middletowu, 

Ct., 8 May, [817, d. 1S30. 
~f~5°35- XI. Frederick D. (Huntington), b. Middletowu, 
Ct., 28 May, 1819, m. H. D. Sargent. 

2346. Hox. John Phki.ps, b. Marlboro, Vt., 
18 Nov., 1777, ni. 1st Lucy Lovett, 17 Nov., 1803. She was 
daughter of Oliver Lovett, Esq., of Rockingham. Vt., where 
she was born. Shed. Guilford, Vt., 9 Nov., [831. He m. 
2nd Widow Almira (Hart) Lincoln, 17 Aug [831. She was 
daughter of Samuel and Lydia (Hinsdale) Hart, and was born 
Berlin, Ct., 11 Aug-. 1 749- For sketch of Almira Hart Lin- 
coln Phelps, see Vol. 13, pages 386 and 330, Appleton's Ency- 
clopedia. She was a noted educator. 

Mrs. Phelps by her first husband, Mr. Lincoln, had two 
children. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Marlboro, Vt. He soon removed 
to Guilford, Vt'., where his 1st wife died. Late in life he re- 
moved to Ellieott's Mills, Md., where he d. 14 April, 1849, at 
the house of his son, Charles Edward, 

Children by 1st wife, b. Guilford, Vt.. except first three. 

5036. I. Helen Maria, b. Marlboro, Vt., 1 1 April, 1865, 

d. 16 June, 1862, at Salem, Ala., unm. 
137. II. Stella, b. Marlboro, Vt., 13 Sept., 1806, m. 

Hatfield. 

503 HI. Victor, b. Marlboro, Vt., 4 May, 1812. d. 17 

Feb., is 13. 
+ 5039- IV. John Wolcott, b. 13 Nov., 1813, m - ^ Irs - Anna 

Bardwell Dav 
+ 5040. V. Eunice, b. 7 August, 1S15. m. John Hickman. 

5041. VI, Lucy, b. 24 Dec, 1816. d. 28 July, 1833,11111:1, 

5042. VII. Elizabeth H.. b. 7 Dec, 1S18, m. Fayette B. 

Tower . 
+ 5043. VIII. Regina Ann, b. 19 Jan., 1822, m. Fayette D. 
Tower. 
5044. IX. Caroline, b. 22 Sept., 1S24, d. 8 June, 1825. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Guilford, Vt.: 



1 ^//>< 









'Frits /„ k , ~* ./ 

/- 






/■ , 



/ 









Children, b. Townshend, Vt.: 

5053. I. Emily Austin (Fessenden), b. 12 Jan., 1822. 

5054. II. Harriett (Fessenden), b. n July. 1824, d. 50 

June, 1842, num. 

5055. III. Stella (Fessenden), b. 27 Sept., 1826. 

2353. Dorothy Warner, b. Hadley, Mass., 
19 March, 1777, m. Dea. William Dickinson, 15 Nov., 1795- 
He was son of Josiah Dickinson, and was b. Jan., 1765, set- 
tled in Hadley, Mass., where he d. 15 May, 1849. 



+ 5039- tV. John Wolcott. b. 13 Nov., 1 n 1 3 , m. Mrs. Anna 

Bar dwell Da- 
+ 5040. V. Eunice, b. 7 August, 1815, in. John Hickman. 

5041. VI. Lucy, b. 24 Dec, 1816, d. 28 July, 1833, unm, 

5042. VII. Elizabeth H., b. 7 Dec, 1818 m. Fayette B. 

Tower . 
+ 5043. VIII. Regina Ann, b. 19 Jan., 1822, m. Fayette D. 
Tower. 
5044. IX. Caroline, b. 22 Sept., 1824, d. 8 June, 1825. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Guilford. Yt : 



Seventh Generation. 



5u 



+ 5045. X. Charles Edward, b. 1 May, 1S33, m. Martha 

K. Woodman. 

5046. XI. Almira Lincoln, b. 31 July, 1S36. Res. The 

Almont, Baltimore, Md. 

2347. Charles Phelps, b. Marlboro, Vt., 13 
Sept., 1781, m. Eliza Houghton, 211 July, 1814. She was 
daughter of James Houghton (or Huntington), and was b. 
Guilford, Vt., 20 Nov., 1793, d. at Towushend, Vt., 18 July, 
1872. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Townshend, Vt. He d. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 19 Nov., 1854. 

Children, b. Townshend, Vt.: 

5047. I. Charles, b. 13 August, 181 5, d. 29 April, 

1885, unm. 
+ 5048. II. James H., b. 6 Sept., 1817, m. Sophia \. 

Robbins. 

5049. III. Eliza, b. 20 Jan., 1819, m. Thomas Cook. 

Settled in Chicago. Shed. 18 Aug., 1884. 

5050. IV. Fanny, b. 28 March, 1823, m. Ayshouro 

Taft. Settled in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

5051. V. Mary Austin, b. 25 Jan., 1826, d. 20 Dec, 

1830. ^ *U$V> 

5052. VI. Lucy Jane, b. 14 Jan., 1828,111. - At water.. 

Settled in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

2349. Anstis Phelps, b. Marlboro, Vt., 11 
Sept., 1788, m. 19 March, 18 19, John Fessenden, b. Town- 
shend, Vt., 27 August, 1 79 1, where he died. 
His wife Anstis d. there 25 May, 1850. 

Children, b. Townshend, Vt.: 

5053. I. Emily Austin (Fessenden), b. 12 Jan., 1822. 

5054. II. Harriett (Fessenden), b. 11 July, 1S24, d. 30 

June, 1S42, unm, 

5055. III. Stella (Fessenden), b. 27 Sept., 1S26. 

2353. Dorothy Warner, b. Hadley, Mass., 
19 March, 1777, m. Dea. William Dickinson, 15 Nov., 1795- 
He was son of Josiah Dickinson, and was b. Jan., 1765, set- 
tled in Hadley, Mass., where he d. 15 May, 1849. 



$12 Seventh Generatio?t . 

Children, b. Hadley, Mass.: 

5056. I. Maria Partridge (Dickinson), b. Hadley, 

Mass., 15 Oct., 1799. m. Lewis Sabin, and 
d. Templeton, Vt. 

5057. II. William (Dickinson), b. 17 Dec, 1800, d. 10 

Dec, 1817, unm. 

5058. III. RosweD (Dickinson), b. 11 March, 1802, d. 13 

Jan.. [803. 

5059. IV. Dorothy b. 13 July, 18044. 27Sept,, 

10. 

5060. V. Roswell " 1). 29 Dec. 1806, d. [8 

Sept., 1807. 
1, VI. Elizabeth b. 20 August, [808, in. 

Horace Goodrich, 
50' t VII. Caroline (Dickinson), b. 19 March, 181 1. 

5063. VIII. Dorothy b. 6 March, 1813, m. 

Lucius B. Shea, of Boston, Mass. 

5064. IX G (Dickinson), b. 24 August, 1815. 

5065. X. Harriett Xewell (Dickinson), b. 18 March, 

[8, m. Rev. Ebenezer YV. Ballard. 
)6. XL William Phelps (Dickinson), b. 17 Oct., 1820, 

m. Kmeliue Woodbridge. 

2357. Diana Phelps, b. Xorthampton, Mass., 
1 1 •., i 7.S > m. r Jan.. 1 spencer Clark Clap]), b. X<>rth- 

,uon, Mass., where he settled, and died 11 Dec, 1 S 16. and 
where his widow d. 4 May, [834. 

Children, b. Xorthampton. Mass.: 

5 >j. I. A son (Clapp), d. young. 

II. A son " d. young. 

*2:>5*. Burnham Phelps, b. Northampb 1 

Mass., 31 Oct., 1786, m. 1^:. . Hooker. 12 Sept.. 1811. 

- was daughter of Brainard and Mary (Dewey) Hooker and 
was b. Middlebury, Yt.. - . 1790, where she d. 6 August, 

1S12. She Lit no issue. 

He m. 2nd Mary D. Hooker, 7 Jan.. 1814. She was sister 
of his first wife and was b. Middlebury, Yt.. 18 March, 1792, 
d. Louisville, Ky., on her way west with her husband and 
family, 11 Dec. 183 



Seventh Generation. 513 

Mr. Phelps settled in Middlebury, Vt., soon after marrying. 
In 1838, he, with his family, removed west. They had in- 
tended settling in Ohio, but in the spring of 1839, he settled 
in Dover, 111., where he d. 17 July, 1870. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. Middlebury, Vt.: 

5069. I. Louisa, b. 24 Oct., 18 14, d. 9 June, 1847, unm. 

5070. II. OrisS., b. 3 May, 18 17, m. Mary Ann Hills, 

31 Jan.. 1850. 

5071. III. Lucy Strong, b. 6 July, 1820, m. Frederick 

A. Hope, 15 Oct., 1840. 

5072. IV. Christopher Columbus, b. 7 July, 1823, m, 

Hannah Leonard. 

5073. V. Americas Vespucius, b. 7 July, 1823, d. 12 

Sept., 1826. 

5074. VI. A daughter, b. 23 Oct., 1826, d. 3 days old. 

5075. VII. Diantha, b. 3 Oct., 1828, m. Franklin A. Hope 

2359. Ebenezer Strong Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 13 Sept., 178S, m. 24 Feb., 1812, Anna 
Wright. She was daughter of Asahel and Rachel Wright, and 
wash. Hadley, Mass., 10 May, 1791, d. Princeton, 111. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Northampton, Mass. In 1831, 
he, with his family, removed to Springfield, 111,, and from 
there soon to Princeton, where he died. 

Says one of this family, "On 4 May, 1831, his two eldest 
sons, and Charles Chester and others, started for Springfield, 
111. The father and mother, and remainder of the family, left 
13 June, 1 83 1, requiring 43 days for the journey. Their route 
was by wagon from Northampton to Albany, N. Y., by canal 
from there to Buffalo, and from there by steamer to Cleveland, 
Ohio, fiom there by canal to Dresden, by flat-boat down the 
Muskingum river to Mariette, by steamboat down the Ohio, 
and up the Mississippi river and Illinois river to Beardstown 
and by wagon to Springfield, 111. From there they soon re- 
moved to Princeton, 111., where the family and most of the 
descendants now reside." 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 
+ 5076. I. Epaphras Hinsdale, b. 31 Dec, 1812, m. twice. 

+ 5077. IT. Charles Chester, b, 24 Oct., 1814. m. Sophia 

Little. 



j/./ Seventh Generation. 

+ 5078. III. Ebenezer Strong, b. 15 Oct., 1817, m. Han- 
nah Morse. 

+ 5079. IV. James Richards, b. 23 Dec, 1S19, 111. Amanda 
Welch. 

+ 5080. V. Mary Ann, b. 25 Aug., [822, 111. Lewis J. 

Colton. 
5081. VI. Susan Adelia, b. 2\ Feb., 1825, d. 11 May, 
1837. 

+ 5082, VII. Lucinda Wright, b. 26 Jan., 1831, m. John 
Garhart. 

2360. Nathaniel Phelps, b. Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 1 Sept., 1791, m. Sarah Porter Mayhew, [5 Oct, , 
[818. She was a daughter of Luther and Elizabeth (Strong) 
Mayhew, and was b. Goshen, d. Whately, Mass., 13 June, 
[863. 

Mr. Phelps lived in Goshen and Northampton, Mass., where 
he d, 3 May, 1857. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

-f 5083, 1. Abner Lathrop, b. 10 August, 1819, m. Evy- 

hela Wheeler. 
184. II William Porter, b. 4 June, [821, d. 31 May, 

[841, unm. 
S5. III. Eliza P., b. i" March, [824, d. 20 May, [841, 
unm. 
+ 5086. IV. Nathaniel b. t2 March. [826, m. Isabelle 
Malrose. 
V. Annette Mayhew, b 4 Feb., [828, m. A. Hurl- 
hurt. 
5088. VI. Henry, b. 11 Feb., 1830, d. 16 July. 1841. 
+ 5089. VII. Jane L. b. 26 Jan.. [832, m. George Gilbert. 
5090. VIII. Susan, b. 26 Dec, 1834, d. 25 May. 1849. 
111. 
91. IX. A son. b. 8 July, 1,-37, d. 9 July, 1837. 
5092. X. Elizabeth, b. 10 Aug., 183 

2363. Lewis Phelps b. Northampton, Ma- 

4 May, 171)7, in. 27 Sept., [861, Asenath Wilder. She was 
daughter of Sherbau and Sarah (Wright) Wilder, and was b. 
Huntington, Mass., 9 Jan., 1795, d. 1 April, 1873. 



Seventh Generation. 5/5 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass., where he was a 
clothier and manufacturer, and in later life a farmer. , He 
died 28 March, 1S72. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

+ 5093. I. Fannie Elizabeth, b. 31 August, 1S22, m, 

Horace S. Augur. 
5094. II. A daughter, b. 13 Nov., 1S24, d. 17 Feb.,i.S24. 

+ 5095. III. Calvin Wilder, b. 27 Feb., 1S26, m. Parmelia 

Clark. 

5096. IV. Julia Rockwell, b. 9 Nov., 182S, m. Geo. R. 

Phelps. See No. 5103, 

5097. V. A son, b. 1 April, 1S31, d. 4 Sept., 1831. 

5098. VI. Levi R., b 9 Sept., 1832, d. 12 Sept., 1032. 

5099. VII. Elijah, b. 4 Sept., 1834, d. 8 Sept., 1834. 

5100. YIII. A son, b. 4 Sept., 1S34, d. 4 Sept., 1834. 

+ 5101. IN. Adelia, b. .25 Dec, 1836, m. Wm. E. Augur. 

'23(>6 Charles Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 24 Oct., 1N02, m. 10 Jan., 1S24, Mary Strong. She 
was daughter of Levi and Mary (Hoxy) Strong, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., 24 Dec, 1800, d. Princeton, 111. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Northampton, Mass. From there 
he removed with his brother to Princeton, 111., where he died. 
He was a farmer. 

Children : 

5102. I. Elvira Mann, b. Northampton, Mass., 17 Feb., 

1826, d. 11 August, 1S26. 
+ 5103, II. George Rockwell, b. Northampton. Mass., 20 

February, 1S27, m. Julia Rockwell Phelps, 
No. 5096, 

5104. III. Harriett Newell, b. Northampton, Mass.. 7 

July, 1829, m. Isaac H. Carpenter. 

5105. I\'. Ebenezer Strong, b. Northampton, Mass., 17 

May, 1832, 111. Sarah A. Fisher. 
+ sio5. V. Mary Elizabeth, b. Princeton, 111., 13 Sept., 

[834, m. Wm. Green. 
5107. VI. Charles Porter, b, is Nov,. 



5 1 6 Seve n th Genera tiori . 

5108. VII. Kliza Parish, b. Princeton, 30 March, 

1840, d. 6 Jan., 1841. 
+ 5109. VIII. Lucy Adelia, b. " May, 

I42, m. Gilbert Spaulding. 

2369. Kliza Phelps, b. Lanesboro, about 
1792, m. 1815, Jonathan Nash Chapell, b. May, 1793 

Resided in Lanesboro and Pittsfield, Mass., who is known to 
have had a woolen factory in Pittsfield, Mass., in 1813-1814, 
and who later opened a marble quarry in Lanesboro, Mass 

He was son of Daniel and Experience (Nash) Chapel, and 
d. Lanesboro, Mass., 27 July, 1824. Mrs. Chapel died Eaton 
Village, N. V. 

Children : 

+ 5110, I. Richard Kirby (Chapel), b. 9 June, 1815, in. 

Susan Betsey Squier. 

51 1 1. II. Martha A. (Chapel), d. Milwaukee, Wis 

51 12. III. Caroli rnum (Chapel), b. San Francisco, 

Cal. 

5113. IV. Elizabeth (Chapel), d. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

2372. ANSEL Phelps, b. Northampton, Mas 
17 Nov.. 17S9, m. Hannah Ames, 6 July, [813. She was 
daughter of Ambrose and Hannah Ames, and was b. Green- 
field, Mass 

She was of the seventh generation of William Ames, who 
was b. at Brighton, Somersetshire, Eng Dec.,'i6i< . and 

settled in Braintree, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Greenfield, Mass., in 1812. He was 
Lieut. -Col. and Acting Adjt. of the Vermont militia, member 
of the Executive Council vas a printer 

by profession, and .-dealer and publisher, and was the 

trior editor of the Gazette and Courier, published in t 
field. Mas-. 

He served his time in the office of the Hampshire Gazette, 
then under the charge of William Butler. On the 5th Feb., 
e8ii, Mr. Phelps purchased this paper. His first numl 
sued by him was 12 Feb., 181 1. He changed the name of the 
paper to The Traveler. On the division of the old County of 
Hampshire, and the establishment of Franklin, the Traveler 




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5 v/ 



bearing the 



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ne-half in- 



*""**~ *>*> - "x  , associatetl 

Nov., 1 8 1 5 , 

erald again 

the Herald 

lg, until 27 

* / iblished be- 

s published 
again sold 
'helps asso- 
>n, of Deer- 
hair. 

il 22 June, 
again came 

....v, luv ~ x On 18 Jan., 

[837, Mr. Phelps entered into a partnership with Gen. Alan- 
son Clark, who had been publishing the last year, the Green- 
field Gazette. By this partnership the Franklin Herald and 
Greenfield Gazette were united under the head of The Green- 
field Gazette and Franklin Herald, and the two proprietors 
under the firm of Phelps & Clark. On 16 Oct., 1829, Mr. 
Phelps bought out his partner Mr. Clark, and again became 
sole owner and publisher. 

Very soon Mr. Phelps took into partnership Charles J. In- 
gersoll. Mr. Ingersoll retired from the firm on the 30 of 
Dec, 1834, and the paper was continued by Mr. Phelps until 
4 July, 1837, when it was united with the Franklin Mercury, 
the name being changed to the Gazette and Mercury, and Mr. 
Ingersoll again became associated with Mr. Phelps in the pub- 
lishing firm. This partnership continued to July, 1841, when 
the firm of Phelps & Ingersoll was dissolved and Mr. Phelps 
was again alone. In July, 1841, Mr. Phelps made an arrange- 
ment with Samuel S. Eastman, then editor and proprietor of 
the Greenfield Courier, by which the two establishments were 
united, under the name of The Gazette and Courier. The 
members of the firm were Ansel Phelps, S. S. Eastman, 
George T. Davis, the firm being S. S. Eastman & Co. 

D. W. Alvord was the editor of the Gazette and Courier for 
about eight months when Hon. Henry L. Dawes, later U. S. 



5*6 

5io8. VII 

+ 5109. VII] 



1792, 111. 18 
Resided in La 
have had a vv< 
and who later 
He was son 
d, Lanesbo 
Village, X. V 

+ 51 >"• 

5111. II. Martlia A. (Chapel), d. Milwaukee. Wis. 

51 12. 111. Caroline Barnum (Chapel), b. San Francisco, 

Cal. 
5] IV. Elizabeth (Chapel), d. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

£372. ANSEI Phelps, b. Northampton, Mass 
17 Nov., 1 7S9. 111. Hannah Ames, 6 July, 1813. She was 
daughter of Ambrose and Hannah Ames, and was b. Green- 
field, Mass 

She was of the seventh generation of William Ames, who 
was b. at Brighton, Somersetshire, Eug., 10 Dec' and 

settled in Braintree, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Greenfield, Mass., in [812. He was 
Lieut. -Col. and Acting Adjt. of the Vermont militia, member 
of the Executive Council - [ass. in 1835. He was a printer 
bj profession, and a book-dealer and publisher, and was the 
senior editor of the Gazette and Courier, published in < 
field, Mas-. 

He served his time in the office of the Hampshire Gazette, 
then under the charge of William Butler. On the 5th Feb., 
1811, Mr. Phelps purchased this paper. His first number 
sued by him was 12 Feb., 1811. He changed the name of the 
paper to The Traveler. On the division of the old County of 
Hampshire, and the establishment of Franklin, the Traveler 



Seventh Generation. j/y 

became the Franklin Herald, the first number bearing the 
date 7 Jan., 1S12. In May following he sold a one-half in- 
terest to John Dennis, who had previously been associated 
with the paper. This partnership continued to 7 Nov., 1815, 
when the connection was dissolved, and the Herald again 
came into the hands of Mr. Phelps. He continued the Herald 
in connection with book-printing and book-selling, until 27 
May, 1 Si 7, when a business connection was established be- 
tween him and Mr. Dennis. Dennis and Phelps published 
the Herald until 20 May, 1823, when Mr, Dennis again sold 
out to Mr. Phelps. On the ij June, 1S23, Mr. Phelps asso- 
ciated with himself a partner Jonathan A. Saxton, of Deer- 
field, whose duties were confined to the editorial chair. 

Mr. Saxton was connected with the paper until 22 June, 
1S24. when the firm was dissolved, and the paper again came 
into the hands of Mr. Phelps, as sole proprietor. On 18 Jan., 
[837, Mr. Phelps entered into a partnership with Gen. Alan- 
son Clark, who had been publishing the last year, the Green- 
field Gazette. By this partnership the Franklin Herald and 
Greenfield Gazette were united under the head of The Green- 
field Gazette and Franklin Herald, and the two propriet* 
under the firm of Phelps & Clark. On 16 Oct., 1829, Mr. 
Phelps bought out his partner Mr. Clark, and again became 
sole owner and publisher. 

Very soon Mr. Phelps took into partnership Charles J. In- 
gersoll. Mr. Ingersoll retired from the firm on the 30 of 
Dec, 1^34, and the paper was continued by Mr. Phelps until 
4 July, 1837, when it was united with the Franklin Mercury, 
the name being changed to the Gazette and Mercury, and Mr. 
Ingersoll again became associated with Mr. Phelps in the pub- 
lishing firm. This partnership continued to July, 1841, when 
the firm of Phelps cS: Ingersoll was dissolved and Mr. Phelps 
was again alone. In July, 1841, Mr. Phelps made an arrange- 
ment with Samuel S. Eastman, then editor and proprietor of 
the Greenfield Courier, by which the two establishments were 
united, under the name of The Gazette and Courier, The 
members of the firm were Ajisel Phelps, S. S. Fastman, 
George T. Davis, the firm being S. S. Fastman & Co. 

D. \V. Alvord was the editor of the Gazette and Courier for 
about eight months when Hon. Henry F. Dawes, later U. S. 



j/S Seventh Gc?ieration. 

Senator from Mass., then a student of law, became the editor, 
and continued thus to Sept., 1842. S. S. Eastman & Co., 
continued the publication of the Gazette and Courier until 
July, 1847, Mr. Dawes having closed his connection by sale 
to his partners. About this time Mr. Eastman sold his inter- 
est to Mr. Ingersoll. Messrs. Phelps and Ingersoll entered 
upon the publication of the Gazette and Courier as joint 
partners. 20 July, 1S47. under the name of C. J. Ingersoll 
& Co. 

After the nomination of Gen. Taylor. Mr. Phelps went for 
the nominee while his partner opposed him, and as they could 
not agree politically, Mr. Phelps bought <>ut hi- partner and 
on the 20 Nov., 1848, Mr. Phelps became once m - ile pro- 
prietor, with right and disposition to raise the Tyler flag un- 
der which li lit during the remainder of the campaign. 
On the 16 Jan., , Mr. Phelps sold out a one-half interest 
in the Gazette and Courier to Mr. Kastman. The busim 
was conducted under the head of S. S. Eastman & Co. The 
firm had continued to publish the paper since, with one change, 
to the time of the death of Mr. Phel] 

Mr. Phelps had remained connected with the paper for a 
greater number of years than any man, now or heretofore, in 
the Conn. Valley, only Mr. Allen of Pittsheld. of the Pittsfield 
Sun, is ahead of him, in Western Massachl 

Children, b. Greenfiel 

3114. I. ( ie. b. 3 April, 1814, m. Sylvester J. 

\ards, 23 Jan. He wa^ born 

North Adams, Mass. Settled in Brooklyn. 
X. V., and d. in Springfield, Ma >9. 

+ 5115. II. Ansel, b. 7 Oct.. 1815, m. Lydia 

51 16. III. John B., b, 31 Dec. 1 - pt.,i845,unm. 

5117. IV. Ambrose Amos, b. 9 Sept • May, 

511 s . V, George K., b 8 July, : 22. 

5119. VI. Hannah, b. 17 Jan.. 1S22. 

+ 5120. VII. Charles Ben.-on, b. 27 Oct.. 1824. m. twice. 
5121. VIII. Frances Ame; 22 Aug., 1826, m. James H. 

Stebbins. 11 Sept., Settled in X. Y. 

city. 



///// Generation. 5i<j 



5122 


IX. 


Charles Henry, b. 11 Dec, 


1828 


5123 


X. 


Martha, b. 15 May, 1831. 




5124 


XI. 


d. at birth. 




5125 


XII. 


1 < < < 




5126 


XIII. 


11 (. 




5127 


XIV. 


( i a 




5128 


XV, 


i i < i 





2383. Spencer Phelps, b. Chesterfield, Mass., 
24 May, 1782, m. Mary Kenneippe, 1804. She was of Dutch 
descent and was b. near Mt. Tom, Mass., 13 Dec, 1784, d. 
Kirtland, Ohio, 22 April, 1851. Mr. Phelps settled in North- 
ampton, where he resided up to 1807, when with his family 
he removed to Leroy, then to Kirtland, Ohio. He died at 
Mentor, Ohio, 11 Sept., 1865. He served in war of 1812. 

Children : 

+ 5129. I. Maurice, b. Northampton, Mass., 20 Dec, 

1805, m. Laura Clark. 
4-5130. II. Paulina, b. Leroy, Ohio, 12 July, 1809,111. 

Edwin Reynolds. 
+ 5131. III. Orin, b. Leroy, Ohio, 17 May, 181 1, m. Eliza 

Ann Lyon. 
+ 5132. IV. Eliza, b. Leroy, Ohio, 22 Feb., 1813, m. John 

W. Reynolds. 
5 r 33- V. A son, d. 3 days old. 

+ 5134. VI. Alexander, b. Leroy, Ohio, 23 May, 1S17, m. 

twice. 
5135. VII. Spencer, b. Leroy, Ohio, 13 Oct., 1818, d. 27 

Sept., 1820. 
+ 5136. VIII. Martin, b. Concord, Ohio, 23 April, 1822. m. 

twice. 
+ 5137. IX. Mary Ann, b. Concord, Ohio, 13 Sept., 1824, 

m, twice. 

2o84-. Timothy Allen Phelps, b. Chester- 
field, Mass., 9 Oct., 17S9, m. Thankful Cleveland, 14 Sept.. 
1818. She was daughter of Nehemiah and Hannah (Parsons) 
Cleveland, b, 1787. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Chesterfield, Mass., removing to 
South Deerfield, where he died 11 July, i860. 



j2o Seventh Generation . 

Children, b. Chesterfield, Mass.: 

5138. I. Fidelia, b. 27 June, 1S19, d. 3 Oct., 1*40. 

5139. II. Annette, b. 30 June, 182 1. in. Timothy Bates,. 

of Southampton, Mass. She d. 4 Feb., 18&8. 
+ 5140. III. Harriett, b. 23 Dee,, 1822, m. Sidney E. 

Bridgeman. 
+ 5141. IV. Charles, b. igFeb., 1827, m. Martha Bourn. 
=1142. V. Augusta, b. 14 Jan., 1829. d. 28 April, 1- 

untn. 
5143, VI. Spencer, b. 2S March. [832, d. 23 July, l 
in the civil war. 

2388. Col. Samuel Phelps, b. Haverhill, X. 

H., Sept. 9, 1789, d. Ware, Mass., Nov. 1. 1843, m. Chester, 
M.1-.S., pub. March 7. m. March 26, [812, Betsey Henry, b. 
Northampton, Mass., April 23, 1790, d. Nov. 4, [843. 

He was sheriff of the county, and was proprietor of Phelps 
Hotel, and of a -tage line from Boston to Albany. 

Children, b. Chester, Mass., except the fourth : 

I. Eliza Ladd, b. Nov. 27, 1812, m. William 
Moseley of Syracuse. Had children. 
II. Samuel Henry, b. Jan. 10, 18 14, m. \bigail 
Day Mellen. 

III. Julia Ann, b. Jan. 1, [816, m. A. Peters. 

IV. Electa A., b. Westfield, Mass., March 
1818, m. A. E. Knight of Hardwick. Both 
dead. Had 3 children. 

V. Jane E., m. Joel Powers ol Hardwick, Mass. 
Xo issne. 
VI. Elizabeth H., m. Res. Hardwick. M 
- children. 

2391. Martix Phelps, b. Haverhill, X. H. 
Nov. 9, 1795, d. Nov., 27, 1863, m. in Chester, Mass., pub. 
Sept. 7, in. Oct, 9, 1817, Electa Knox, whod. aged 70, daughter 
of Capt. Devi Knox of Blandford, Mass. 

He resided in Chester, Mass., and was a deputy sheriff 20 
years. 

Children, b. Chester, Mas-.. 



5144- 


+ 5145- 


+ 5146. 


5i 17- 


5147a. 


5147b. 






Seventh Generation. 521 

+ 514S. I. Laura Ladd, b. July 25, 1818, m, Joliu Car- 

rington. 
+ 5149. II. Charles Knox, b. Oct. 19, 1S19, m. Eli/a A. 

Avery. 

5150. III. Samuel Henry, b. Nov. 27, 1820, d. Sept., 

1X9X, m. Armeuie Wheeler, of Montague. 
She d. 1S90. 

5151. IV. James, b. April 16, 1822, d. aged 7 mouths. 
+ 5152. V. Martin Sheldon, b. July 21, 1X23, m, twice. 
+ 5 J 53- VI. Electa, b. Nov. 26, 1825, m. William F. 

Bromley . 
+ 5154. VII. Mary, b. Feb., 28, 1828, m. Dr. T. K. 

DeWolf. 
"^5 : 55- VIII, Edward, b. June 28, [836, m, 

5156. IX. Levi", b. Aug. 12, 1. S3 2, d. Jan. 1, 1887. Was 

Captain in war of 186 1. 
+ 5157. X. Martha Mann, b. July 21, 1836, m. three 

times. 

*23i)5. Wealthy Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 22 April, 1 79 1 , m. Eliakim Foster, 27 Dec, 1815. He 
was from Leyden, Mass. He settled in Guilford and Benning- 
ton, Vt., and later settled in Leyden, Mass. He d. in Ohio, 
4 Feb., 1859. A saddler and harness maker. He was son of 

Capt. and (Burnham) Foster. Capt. Foster was a 

Revolutionary soldier. 

Children : 

I. Mary (Foster), b. Guilford, Vt., 21 Dec, 
1816, d. 8 Feb., 1884. 
II. Maria L,., b, Guilford, Vt., 19 Oct., 18 19, d. 
17 July, 1841. His widow d. 1X6 1 . Auburn, 
Ohio. " 

III, Caroline, b. Guilford, Vt., 12 Jan., 1820, d. 5 
July, 1890. 

IV. William, b. Guilford, Vt., 18 Sept., 1X22, d. 
17 Aug., 1X95. 

V. Harriett, b. Guilford, Vt,, 20 Feb.. 1825, d. 
10 Dec. , 1X95. 
VI, Horace B., (Foster), b. Leyden, Mass., 26 
April, 1X2X, m. twice. 



5 


158. 


5 


159- 


5 


160. 


5 


161. 


5 


162. 


5 


163. 



522 Seven tli Generation. 

5164. VII. Lucius (Foster), b. Ley den, Mass., 26 Sept.. 
1836, d. 29 Dec., 1862. 

2397. Thomas Coolkv Phelps, b. Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 21 July, 1795. m. Lucy Hall, 28 Nov., 1819. She 
was daughter of James and Susannah (Hoxey) Hall, and was 
b. Pownal, Vt., 1800, d, Williamstown, Mass. 30 Dec, 1830, 

in her 31st year. 




24 Oct.. 1893. Mr. Phelps on 4 July, 1799, removed with his 
father to Williamstown, Mas-., and settled on the homestead 
purchased by his father, where he died 7 Sept , [866. H 
represented his town in the legislature 1837- 1838, and was a 
magistrate for 28 years. 

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

+ 5. I. George \V.. b. to Nov., 1820, m. Celestia R. 

ach. 
511 II. Francis E., b. 8 Feb., 1822, d. aged 14. 

+ 5 i!. 7- III. Daniel H.. b 1 March, 1823, m. Mar; 1". Tif- 
fany. 
5168. IV. Mary A., b. 7 Sept., 1S24. 

+ 511 V. Thomas C. b. 28 June. 1826, m. Hannah 

phia Moore. 
517 VI, Seth, I).' 7 July. 1S27, d. in infancy. 

5171. VII. Wealthy H.. b. 9 May. 1829, m. Morgan -J* 
Greene. No issue. ^ 0*^^ 

+ 5172. VIII. Lucy J. Nov. 1830, m. George!^. Ford. 

Children by 2ml wife, b. Williamstown. Mass.: 

517;. IX. ThirzaR.,b. 1 - 52, m. Frank Prince, 

oi Adams, Ma 

- 5174, X. Martha M., b. 9 April, 1834, m. Milo Johnson. 

5175. XI. Louisa, b. 27 March, 

+ 5176. XII. Sophia A., b. 28 May, [838, m. Lowell John- 
son. 

5177. XIII. Henry S., b. 16 April, 1841, 

5178. XIV. Chanty, b. 29 Aug., 1842, m. Irving Sheldon, 
of Troy, X. Y. 



Seventh Generation. 523 

+ 5179. XV. Emma L-, b. 16 July, 1844, m - Chauncey 

Whitney. 
+ 5180. XVI. Sarah F,, b. 18 Feb., 1847, m. Geo. Lindley. 
+ 5 18 1. XVII. Nancy A., b. 17 Feb., 1S49, m. John Kergan. 

2402a. Eliza Phelps, b. Granville, Mas-., 

Jan, 4, 1793, d. Feb. 11, 1863, m. , Joseph Parsons, b. 

July 27, 1789, d. Feb. 2, 1863. Son of Israel Parsons. 

Eliza Parsons, wife of Joseph, was baptized 1816. Res. 
Granville, Mass. 

Children, b. Granville, Mass.: 

+ 5182. I. John Phelps (Parsons) b. 1813, in. Jane 

McCrea. 

5183. II. Joseph M. b. 1817, d. , 

+ 5184. III. Marytta, " b. August 27, 1819, 

m. Loring Lane. 

5185. IV. Eliza Phelps " b. Oct. 6, 1821, d.— . 

+ 5186. V. Jane M. " b. July 21, 1825, m. 

O, F. Gibbons. 

5187. VI. Israel " b. May, 18 15, d. 

Sept. 15, 18:6. 
5187a; VII. Israel M. " b. March 10, 1837. 

Res. Boston, Mass. 

2-102C. Melissa Phklps b. Granville. Mass., 
August 7, [790, d. Longmeadow, Mass., Feb., 1880. in. April 
24, 1835, Silas P. Wright. M. D.. of Blaudford, Mass., b. 
Goshen, Ct., 1794. d. March 27, 1858. Sou ot Asaph and 
Prudence (Moore) Wright. 

Children : 

-f-5188. I- Elizabeth Phelps (Wright), b. March 24, 1836, 

m, Rev. William Ely Boies. 
5I 1 IF Silas Pratt (Wright), b. June 7, 1839, m. 1st. 

Clementine Smith of Mass., m. 2nd, Blanche 
Twining of North Carolina. No children. 
Residence, Knoxville, Tenn. (1S99). Is a 
physician. Graduate of Williams College 
and Albany Medical College. 



5-^7 Seventh Generation. 

2402e. Nancy Phelps, b. Granville, Mas 
.March 8, 1802, m Thomas Marshall of Hartford, Ct. 

Child : 

5190. I. John Phelps (Marshall), m. 

2403. Martha Cillicia Phelps, b. Gran- 
ville. Mass Dec. 1S14. in. Andrew Sparhawk, of Albany, 
X. Y. 



Children : 



,1. I. 

5192. [I. 



SI- J. III. 

2403. Royal Phelps, b. Sempronius, X. v.. 
30 March, 1809, m. in Venezuela, S. A.. 5 Aug., 1831, Anita 
May tin, 

Mr. Phelps was poss - of an adventurous spirit. At the 

age of 15 he took passage for the Isle ol St. Croix, and ob- 
tained a clerkship in the House of . 

In a year or two following he set out for the Spanish Main. 
Here the liberated Bolivia had established the Republic 
Colombia. He first settled at Puerto Cobulo and later at La 
Guayra, where he soon became the manager of the largest 
American House in that city. In 1S47 he returned to X 
York, where he established himself in the mercantile busine 

d where he died. 

Child, b. Porto Cabello, S A.: 
+ 5104. I. Anita Georgiana, b. 24 April, 183- m. John 

I.ee Carroll. 

2404. Sophia Birchard, b. Wilmington, Vt., 

15 April, 1702. d. Columbus, Ohio 30 Oct., 1866, at Wil- 
mington, Vt., m. [3 Sept.. 1813, Rutherford Have-, b Brattle- 
boro, Vt.. 1718, d, 1822, son of Rutherford and Chloe (Smith) 
Ha) 

[n 1817 they emigrated to Delaware, Ohio, where Mr. Hayes 
bought land and became a prosperous merchant and farmer 
and died five years later of typhoid fever leaving a wife and 
two children. He was descended from George Hayes, who 
settled in Windsor, Ct., about 16S2, and later in Simsbury, 
and was b, Scotland, 16^5. 



Seventh Generation. 525 

Children, b. Delaware, Ohio : 
5195. I. Lorenzo (Hayes), drowned in boyhood. 

-f 5195a. II. Fanny Arabella (Hayes), b. 10 Jan., 1820, 

m William A. Piatt, 
+ 5196, III. Rutherford Birchard (Hayes), b. 4 Oct., 1822, 
m. Lucy Ware Webb. 

24-05. Thaddeus Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 18 
Jan., 1785, m. Dorintha Ellsworth, who d. New York city, 1 
Sept., 1859* Mr. Phelps settled in New York city, where he 
d. in 1847. 

Thaddeus Phelps and Preserved Fish were the committee 
from New York city to accompany Gen. Jackson, 27 Dec, 
1827, to celebrate the anniversary of battle of New Orleans, 8 
Jan., 1815. 

Children, b. New York city: 

+ 5197. I. Sarah Henrietta, b. 1819, m. Charles H. An- 

derson. 
+ 5198. II. Julia Elizabeth, m. twice. 

+ 5199. III. Maria Ellsworth, m. Sidney E. Ashmore. 
+ 5200. IV, Louisa Dorintha, m. Henry Routh. 

+ 5201. V. Arabella, b. 1829 m. Dr. Alexander B. Mott. 

2409. George Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 2 
Feb., 1795, m. Lydia Leavitt. She was daughter of Joshua 
and Abigail (Kent) Leavitt. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer and settled in Westfield, Mass. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

4- 5202. I. George, b. 7 Now, 1822, m. Lucy L. Pomeroy. 

5203. II. Mary Elizabeth, m. Branch. Settled in 

Medina, Ohio. 

2410. Laura Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 10 
Dec, 1796, m. Gurdon Grosveuor, b. Apr., 17^4. Settled in 
Suffield, Ct., where his wife Laura died. He m. for 2nd wife 
Masia, sister of his first wife. See No. 2413. 

Children, b. Suffield, Ct.: 

5204. I. Henry (Grosveuor). 

5205. II. Mary m. Rev. Lester Lewis. 

pastor of Baptist Church in Middletown, Ct. 



526 Seventh Generation. 

2413. Masia Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., Jan. 2 r 

1804, d. , m. as 2nd wife, Gurdon Grosvenor, who m. 1st 

her sister Laura. See 2410. After his death she m. Capt. 
Warren Lewis, No. 1768. He d. at Oak Park, 111., July 26, 
78. 

Child by 1st husband, b. Suffield, Ct.: 

5206. I. Gurdon (Grosvenor), b. Oct. 5, Settled in 

Lawrence, Kansas. 

Children by 2nd husband, b. Suffield, Ct.: 

5207. II. John (Lewis), b. June 22, [842. Res. Oak 

Park, Ills.. [888. 
3208. III. Mary (Lewis) b, March io, [846. 

'-M-lfi. Aaron PHELPS, b. Suffield, Ct., 15 
Feb., [815, m. Susan Morley at Suffield. Ct., 31 March, 1835. 
She was b. at AgawanT, Mass., 13 Oct.. 1812, died at Bur- 

denville, Kan., 14 Jan., 1SS7. She was living at Chicago at 
the time of the big fire, when all her goods and family Bible, 
containing family records, were destroyed. Mr. Phelps set- 
tled in Suffield. Ct., and removed to Kaneville, 111., about 

15, but soon returned to Suffield, Ct., where he died. 
July, 1S47. He was a l'arr. 

Children, b. Suffield. Ct., except last : 

:o9. I. Aaron < )scar, b. . 1836, m. twio 

210. II. Susan Amelia, b. 8 March, 1839, m. John 

Donovan. 
5211. III. Seth. b. 26 March, 1841, d pt., 1841. 

212. IV. John Hurlburt, b. 5 April. 1844, m. Jane 

Irwin. 
5213. V. Robert R.. b. Kaneville, 111., 8 Sept 

m. twi 

2+17. Horace Austin, b. New Haven, Ct.. 5 
Oct., 1777, m. 27 June, 1804 Elizabeth Richards, b. Middle- 
town, Ct., 17 - 

Mr. Austin resided in New Haven, Ct., then to Middletown. 
About 1S07, he removed to St. Louis, Mo., from there 
Austin, Mo., where he d. 19th July, 1824. 

Children : 



Seventh Generatio?i. 52^ 

5214. I. Mary (Austin), b. New Haven, Ct., 10 June, 

1805. 

5215. II. William James (Austin), b. Middletown, Ct., 

9 Jan., 1807. 

5216. III. Eliza Phelps (Austin) b. St Louis, Mo., 15 

Nov., 1808. 

5217. IV. Charles Henry (Austin), b. St. Louis, Mo., 

20 Aug., 18 10. 

5218. V. Jane Richards (Austin), b. St. Louis, Mo., 9 

Feb., 18 1 2. 

5219. VI. Archibald (Austin), b. Austin, Mo., 23 Dec, 

1813. 

5220. VII. Margaret Elizabeth (Austin), b. Austin, Mo.. 

5 Jan., 1816, m. Gen. Fletcher, of Mo. 

5221. VIII. Clarissa H. (Austin), b. Austin, Mo., 19 

March, 1818, m. B. Tardy, of Mobile, Ala. 
This family all settled West, — some in St. Louis, Mo. 

k 2±\\). Capt. Henry Austin, b. New Haven, 
Ct., 30 Jan., 17S2, m. Mary Taylor, at New York City, 28th. 
March, 1814. She was b. New York City and d. Texas, 2 
August, 1832. 

Mr. Austin was a sailor from his youth up. When a boy, 
after his father's death, he ran away and shipped for three 
years on a voyage to the South Polar Seas, When he returned 
home he studied navigation and languages, and again shipped 
as a sailor. He advanced rapidly to mate, captain and finally 
owner of his own ship. Understanding several languages he 
now studied law, and in after life as a shipper and merchant, 
attended to his own litigations. During the war of 1812, his 
ship was captured by the English and he remained a pris- 
oner to the end of the war. After the war he made one more 
voyage, bringing home a cargo of dates from the Persian Gulf, 
to distill into brandy, but during his voyage, brandy had de- 
clined from $20 to $7 per gallon, and his voyage financially 
was not a success. 

Soon after this last voyage he removed with his family to 
Texas, and placed the first steamboat on the Rio Grande 
river, and made contracts *with Texas for the sole navigation 
by steam on that river. He also introduced the first cotton 



528 Seventh Generation . 

gin into Texas, and became a large real estate owner there, 
and also practicing as a real estate lawyer. He also introduced 
the first date tree in Texas. He became a popular and in- 
fluential man, and at one time held the office as Minister of 
the Republic to the Court of St. James. He died in Tex is 
23 July. 1852. 

Children : 

5222. I. Mary (Austin), b. New York City, 2 Auj 

1 8 i.s. d. Texas, 1 832. 
52 II. Emily (Austin), b. New York City, 14 Nov., 

d. Texas, 2s Jan.. i860. 
5224. III. Harriett (Austin), b. Texas, 23 Nov. 1819, 
d. Georgia, 25 Feb., 1 
225; IV. Edward Taylor (Austin), b. 'i\ - 26 July, 
[822, m. Mary Estelle JI bert. 
5226. V, John Thompson (Austin), b. Texas. 13 June. 

1825, killed in battle. New Mexico, 26 Dec, 
[2. 
3227. VI, Henry (Austin), b. Texas, 28 Sept., 1 
Res. England, mini. 



"£>* 



•J 4- '20. Mary Phelps Austin, b. New Haven. 
Ct., 3 Oct., [784, in Horace Holley, 1 Jan.. 1803. He was 
son of Rev. Luther Holley, and was Salisbury, Ct., [781. 

Mr. Holley graduated at Yale in the - of 1803, stud 

divinity, and was settled at Guilford Hill at the Hollis Street 
Church, I Mass., where he remained nine vears. In 

[8. he received the appointment of pr< of Transylvania 

University, Ky.. which office lie filled up to 1827, when here- 
signed. He died on his way from New Orl< - 1 I 3ton, 
from which place he was to sail for a tour abroad with a cli 
of young men. He died at sea with the yellow fever, and was 
buried at sea. 

Rev. Mr. Holley elevated the standard of learning at the 
west, and the reputation of the university with which he was 
connected, to one of the first in the west. He was one of the 
most elegant and polished gentlemen of his da\ . 

After the death of Mr. Holley his widow, Mary Phelps Hol- 
ley, removed to Galveston, Texas, where she resided with her 



Seventh Generation. 



529 



+ 5228. 
5229. 



brother. She wrote the memoirs of her late husband, and 
also a condensed History of Texas. Her father died when she 
was ten years old, after which she lived with her Uncle Tim- 
othy and Aunt Jeijnette Phelps in New Haven, Ct,, where she 
was married. She d. in New Orleans in 1S46, of yellow fever. 

Children : 

I. Harriett Williman (Holley), b. New Haven, 
Ct., 13 Dec, 1808, m. William Moser Brant. 
II. Horace Austin (Holley), b. Boston, Mass., 19 
July, 1818, d. Louisiana, 6 Aug., 1853, unm. 

2422. Henrietta Austin, b. New Haven, 
Ct., 30 Sept., 1788, m. by Rev. Horace Holley, at Boston. 
Mass., 17 Feb,, 1812, James Dall. He was b. in Baltimore, 
Md., where he was a merchant. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md.: 

I. James (Dall), b. 12 Dec, 18 12, d. 1834, unm. 
II. Harriett A. (Dall), b. 18 August, 1814, m. 
Thos. Whittredge. 

III. Charles H. (Dall), b. 12 Feb., 1816, m. Caro- 
line Healey. 

IV. Wm. Holley (Dall), b. 4 Feb., 1S.7, d. 5 Jan., 
1 824. 

V. Austin 

A. Brand. 
VI. Joseph E. 

Julia Cook. 
VII. Maria Louisa " 
W. Atkinson. 

24-23. John Phelps Austin, b. New Haven, 

Ct., 30 April, 1791, m. Louisa Y. Kipfe, b. New York City. 

Mr. Phelps settled in New York City, where he was a 

merchant . 

Children, b. New York City : 

I. Marv (Austin), in. Wm. Felt of N. Y. Cif. . 





5230. 




5231- 


+ 


5232. 




5233- 




5234- 


+ 


5235- 


4- 


5236. 



b. 3 June, 1 8 19, in. Mary 
b. 13 August, 1823. m. 
b. 26 Sept., 1830, m. Thos. 



5 2 37- 
5238. 



II. Stephen Fa&on (Austin), 



24-24-. Rev. Charles F. Austin, b. New 
Haven, Ct., 30 July, 1793, m. 21 Nov., 1821, Ann H. Buck- 
land. 



(34) 



jjo Seventh Generation . 

Rev. Mr. Austin graduated at Yale, studied divinity, and 
was rector at Garrisons Forest, near Baltimore. Md. He 
died, 2 Nov., 1845. He was educated by his brother Henry. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md.: 

5239. I. Nancy (Austin), b. 24 Oct,, 1822, d. young. 

+ 5240. II. Henry Sanford (Austin), b. 28 Feb., 1826, 

m. twi< 

5241. III. Jane Buckland b. 16 April. 1S29. 

5242. IV. Mary Hoik b, 4 Nov., 1832, 

in. Rev. Charles Ridgley Howard. 

5243. V. William Buckland (Austin), b. 11 March, 

1838, m. 8 July, 1S65 Mary Florence Lati 
mer. Settled in California. 

24£6. Dr. Peleg Phelps Sanford, b. New 

Haven, Ct., 15 Nov., [8oi, in. Mary Ann Phelps, t8 June, 
29. She was daughter of Ju unuel W. Phelps, No. 

2439- 

Children : 

+ 5244. I. Henry P. (Sanford), m. Emeline Huggins, 

45. II. Anthony P. H. (Sanford), m. Harriet Herrick. 

246. III. Henrietta Phelps (Sanford), m. Rev. Ganter. 

5247. IV. Charles (Sanford). 

242$. Amelia Maria Phelps, b. New Haven, 

Ct., 24 Jan., 1797, d. . m. at Hartford. Ct 

Right Rev. Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright, D. D. L. L D. 
Oxon, late Bishop of New York. He was born in Liverpool, 
id, 24 Feb.. 1 nd d. in New York City, 21 Sept., 

4. and was son of Peter and Elizabeth (Mayhew) Wain- 
wright. 

Mr. Wainwright came to America in 1S01, was graduated 
at Harvard College in 1812, becai tor of Christ Church, 

Hartford, Ct., in 18 - tant minister of Trinity church, 

New York, in 1S19. rector of Grace Church, New York, in 
21, of Trinity Church, Boston, in 1834., again assistant 
minister of Trinity Church, Xew York, (St. John's Chap 

s, and was consecrated Bishop of the Diocese of Xew York 
10 Nov.. 1852. 

Children : 



Seventh Generation. jj/ 

5248. I. Elizabeth Mayhew ( Wainwright) , b. Sept. 1, 

1820, d. Jan. 10, 1822, 

+ 5249. II. Jonathan Mayhew b. Jan. 27, 

1 82 1, m. Maria Page. 

5250. III. -Elizabeth Mayhew b. June 24, 

1824, m. 1844, Simeon Henry Renisen, 2nd, 
June 16, 1864, William Holley Hudson, who 
died May 4, 1879. She died May 2, 1882. 

5251. IV. Henry (Wainwright), b. Dec. 11, 1825, d. 

Dec. 12, 1825. 

5252. V. Henry Phelps (Wainwright), b. Dec, [826, d. 

July 21, 1827. 

5253. VI. Henry Phelps " b. 1828, d. Jan. 

Jan, 6, 1846. 
+ 5254. VII. John Howard b. June 15,1829, 

m. Margaret L. Stuyvesant. 
"*" 5 2 55- VIII. Maria Trumbull (Wainwright), b. March 7, 

1 S3 1, m. Theodore B. Bronsou. 

5256. IX. Daniel Wadsworth (Wainwright), b. June 14, 

[833, d. August 6, 1S63, at New Orleans. La. 
Was M. D., and Major U. S. Vol., and died 
of fever contracted while in service. 

5257. X. Jennet Phelps (Wadsworth), b. Dec. 1837, d. 

July 28, 1842. 

5258. XI. Amelia Maria " b. May 31 [8 

d. August 13, 1867, m. August [9 63, 

Col. Henry C. Bankhead, U. S. A. No 

issue. 
+ 5259. XII. Francis Chetwood (Wainwright), b. Feb. io, 

1829, m. Frances M. Davis. 
5260. XIII. Edward Bibby (Wainwright), b. Feb. 19, 

1841, d. March 5, 1S41. 
+ 5261. XIV. William A. Muhlenburg (Wainwright), b. 

August 13, 1844, m. Helena B. Talo.U. 

H'i'.i. Elizabeth Phelps, b. New Haven, Ct., 
about 1802, m. Rev. Francis Chetwood of Elizabeth. N. J. 
Child, b. Elizabeth, N. J.: 

Robert (Chetwood), m. Kate . Had daugh- 
ter. 



JJ2 Seventh Generation. 

2438. Henry Phelps, b. New Haven. Ct., 
about 1811, m. Catharine Morris Wilkins, (or Catharine 
Morris,) b. New York city. They had a summer residence at 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in New York city. 

Children, b. New Rochelle, X. Y.: 
5203. I. Kate. 

5264. II. Robert Mori 

52' III. Henry I). . m. Settled in New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Name of country seat, Glen- 
ellen, Westchester, X. Y. 
5266. IV. Lewis Morris. 
5 _» ( . 7 . V. Genevieve. 

2439. Hon. Samuel W. Phelps, b. Stafford 
Springs, Ct., about 1782, m. Lydia Paine. She was daughter 
of Gen. Edward Paine, who was a captain in the Revolution- 
ary War, and who was one <>I" the first settlers of Painesville, 
Ohio, and tlie town was named for him. His daughter Lydia 
was born there and died there. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Dartmouth College, in class of 
1803, studied law in New Haven. Ct., where he was admin- 
to the bar. He soon removed t<» Painesville, Ohio, where he 
settled and married. He was twice elected to the State Le 
islature, and was for a time Judge of Probate, and was styled 
by many of his neighb - s " Honest Sam." 

He died in Painesville, Ohio, July, 1826. 

Children, b. Painesville, Ohio : 

+ 5268. L Elizabeth, b. 10 August. 1809; m. Madison 

Kelly. 
52 II. Henry, d. in infancy. 

+ 527*'. HI. Maria, b. 12 Sept., 1814, m. Jonathan F. 

Card. 
5271. IY. Mary Ann. b. 28 May. 1815, m. Peleg Phelps 

San ford. See Xo. 2426. 
+ 5272. Y. Charlotte, b. 13 June, 1817, m. twice. 

+ 5273. YI. Lydia, m. Stanley Noble. 

+ 5274. VII. Samuel W., b. 29 May. 1825. m. Mary T. 

Hall. 



Seven ih ( renera Hon . 

2448. Maria Beers, b. New Haven, Ct., 12 
• pt., 1782, in. Dr. Eli Ives. Dr, Ives settled in New Haven. 
Ct., and was for many years a professor in Yale College. 

Children, b. New Haven, Ct.: 
+ 5275. I. Nathaniel B. (Ives), m. Sarah E. Badger. 

5276. II. Charles Simmons (Ives) d. aged 19 years 

+ 5277. III. Mary Beers (Ives) m. Henry A, Tomlinson. 

2451. Dr. Timothy Phelps Beers, b. New 

Haven, Ct., 25 Dec,, 1789, m. Caroline Mills, his cousin, No. 
2462. He m. 2nd Mary Ann Whiting. She was daughter of 
Herman and Phebe Whiting and was b. Rhode Island. By 
her he had no issue. 

Dr. Beers graduated at Yale in .1808, studied medicine un- 
der Dr. Eli Ives, attended lectures in Philadelphia, settled in 
New Haven and commenced practising in 1811. In 1813 he 
was appointed a surgeon in the U. S. Army, in a regiment 
commanded by Gen. H. Howe. In 1X24 received the degree 
of M. D. from Yale. He died in 1S58. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. New Haven, Ct.: 
5278. I. Mary PUizabeth (Beers), m, Geo. William 

Seward Pierson of U. S. Army, 
= 279. II. Abigail Phelps (Beers), m. Isaac Peck of 

Flushing P. I . had 4 children. 
52s.'. HI. Isaac Mills (Beers), m. Hestina Salisbury. 

Had 1 child, Timothy Phelps Bee 

5281. IY. Charlotte McCord (Beers) d. young. 

5282. V. Timothy Phelps (Beers), a physician practising 

in New Haven and California, d. in i860. 

5283. VI. Caroline Mills (Beers). 

245*2. Isaac Beers, b. New Haven, Ct., 15 
July, 1792, in. Elvira M. Townseud, daughter of Isaac and 

Rebecca Townsend. 

Children : 

52S4. I. Issaac L. (Beers). 

5285. II. John Phelps (Beers). 

5286. IIP Maria Ives 

5287. IY. Charles Ives 

5288. Y. William Isaac 

5289. YI. Emily p:iizabeth " 



534 



Seventh Generation. 



2453. Abigail Allyn Beers, b. New Haven, 
Ct., 15 June, 1794, m. Dr. John Littsworth. He graduated 
at Yale in the class of 1S1S. 

Children : 

I. H. Beers (Littsworth). 

II. William B. 

III. Meddaugh 

IV. Mary Phelps " 



5290. 
5291. 
5292. 
5293. 



24-5."). Eliza Beers, b. New Haven. Ct., 27 
July. 1799, m. 3 April. [823, Dr. Charles Hooker. He was 
of the 8th generation of the Rev. Thomas Hooker, one of the 
first settlers and first minister at Hartford, Ct. He was son 
of William and Hannah (Jones) Hooker, and was b. Kensing- 
ton, Ct., 22 March, 1799, settled in New Haven, Ct. He 
graduated from Vale in [820, where, for a time, he was Prof- 
of Anatomy and Physiology, and at one time was Dean of the 
College. He died at New Haven, 19 March. 1863, aged 64 
His wife died 11 March, 1862, aged 63 years. 

Children, b. New Haven. Ct.: 
I. Jane Havens (Hooker), d. unm. 
II. Mary Phelps 

III. Mary Phel] 

IV. Charles William 
V. William D. 

VI. Charles Richard 
VII. Elvira Beers 
VIII. Jei Phelps 

Albert Baldwin. 



years. 
5294 

5297 

5299 

53" ' ' 

+ 5- vi 



■1 July, 1837, 



m. 



245(>. JENNETTE BEERS, b. New Haven, Ct., 
23 Sept., 1801, m. Albert Baldwin, b. Newark. N. J., where 
he settled. He was cashier of the City National Bank. 



5302. 
5303. 
5304. 



Children : 
I. A son (Baldwin). 



II. A daughter " 
III. A daughter " 

24-5S. Clement Bei 

29 July, 1804, m. Eunice Scarrot. 



b. Xew Haven, Ct., 



Seventh Generation. 535 

Children : 

5305. I. Mary Linda (Beers). 

5306. II. Sarah Jane 

5307. III. Nathan 

2459. Nathan Beers, b. New Haven, Ct., 15 
Oct., 1806, m. Louisa Ashley. 

Children : 

5308. I. Mary Phelps (Beers). 

5309. II. Augusta 

5310. III. Nathan 

2461. Abigail Augusta Mills, b. Sandusky. 
Ohio, about 1804, m. John Anketell, b. in Ireland. He emi- 
grated to the United States, and settled in Sandusky. 
Children, b. Sandusky. Ohio : 

5311. I. John (Anketell), m. Elizabeth Plant, had son 

Arthur. 

5312. II. Edward Augustus (Anketell). 

5313. III. Augusta 

5314. IV. William " d. young. 

5315. V. Bayard " d. 

2465. Aurelia Mills, b. Sandusky, Ohio, 
about 1806, m, Rev. Stephen R. Wynkoop. He was pastor of 
First Presbyterian Church, Washington, D. C, and for years 
a missionary in India. 

Mrs. Wynkoop traveled around the world with her hus- 
band, and again with her son Theodore. She was seventy 
years old when making the last trip. 

Children, b. Washington, D. C: 

5316. I. Agnes Ann (Wynkoop), d. young. 

5317. II. Theodore pastor of Presbyterian 

Church. 
+ 5318. III. Girard m, Anna Woodbury. 

5319. IV. Daniel 

5320. V. Elizabeth Mills ' ' 

2470. Sarah Marianna Phelps, b. No. 
Salem, N. Y., 17 April, 1803, m. Joseph C. Lewis, 30 May, 
1824. Settled in Bridgeport, Ct. She died 8 Feb., 1843, 
leaving seven children, lost two in infancy. 



Jj6 Scventli Generation. 

2471. Harriett Eliza Phelps, b. No. Salem, 
X. Y., 7 June, 1807, m. Eli Gilbert, 17 May, 1837. Settled 
in Bridgeport, Ct. 

His wife died 17 May, 1837. Had 4 children, one of whom 
died. 

"2472. Rev. Samuel Wallace Phelps, b. No. 

Salem, X. Y., 10 Sept., 1820, m. Caroline M. Thompson, 21 
August, 1 85 1. 

Rev, Mr. Phelps settled in Lee Centre, 111. He is a Con- 
gregational Minister. 

Children 1>. Lee Centre, 111.: 

5321. 1. Charles, b. 20 May, 1853. 

;22. II. Wallace, b. i Maw [857. 

"2474. Noah Phelps, b. Belchertuwu, Mas 
1767, m. Lillian Lee. 
He 111. 2nd 7 August [798, Sally During, b. Belchertown, 

Mass. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mass., removing to Belch- 
town, Mass., about or soon after his second marriage. 

Children, by 1st wife, b, Westfield, Ma>s.: 

532;,. 1. John, b. about 1786. 

+ 5324. II, Thomas, b. 23 Mareh. 17^7. m, Mary X. 

Brown. 
III. George, b. [789. 
532 IV . Henry, b. 1701 . 

^327. V. Zederic, b. 1791. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. Belchertown, Ma--. 
5328. VI. Sally, b. 19 May, [798, m. Abner Hull, 9 

Sept.. 182^. 
532^. VII. Rosanna, b. 22 May, [8 >i. m. Joel Fairfield. 
3330. VIII. Andrew, b. 11 Sept., I m. 

5331. IX. Cynthia, b. 12 Oct., 1803. 
333- X, Patty, b. 3 July, 18 

5333. XL Diana, b. 2 May, 1811. 

**477. Dr. Abxer Phelps, b. Belchertown, 
Mass., 5 Sept,. 1779, m. Lleanor Forward, 1 Aug., [808 She 
She was daughter of the Rev. Justin and Lydia (Merrick) For- 






, / 




ABNER I'HKLPS, M. D. 



Seventh Getieration, 536a 

Dr. Abxkk Phelps. 

' It was during his senior year that an incident occurred 
which subsequently led to the first proposition for a railroad 
in America. Mr. Phelps, in reading an article in the Ency- 
clopedia, saw the account of a railroad used at Newcastle, 
England, to bring coal from the mines and slate from the 
quarries in Wales. It suggested to his mind the question, 
Why not transport goods and passengers in the same way on 
common roads ? 

It was often a subject of reflection ; and his father, being a 
member of the legislature at Boston, he thus wrote February 
15, 1808:— 

' 1 1 see by the papers the legislature of the State of New 
York has before it a proposition for a canal from the Hudson 
River to the Great Lakes. If they succeed, perhaps we may 
extend it through this .state to Boston. But I believe it will 
be found that railways are better fitted to the climate and 
business of this country than canals. 

I wish you would propose a railway from Boston to Albany. 
Make it a great state road. The counties make roads, why 
not let the state make one? This will bring up a subject 
which ought to be investigated, and people had better talk on 
such a subject than to be always discussing politics to no 
profit. Please, sir, to think of it ; and if you see it in the 
same light that I do, you will propose it. Were I in the leg- 
islature, I should not hesitate, but should move it as the first 
object of attention." 

This suggestion was not then acted upon. Dr. Phelps re- 
sided a few years at Reading, Mass., where he practised med- 
icine, and in 181 6 moved to Boston. In 1826 Dr. Phelps \ 
elected a member of the House of Representatives from 
Boston. The legislature then held two sessions — one, a few 
days in June, to organize, and one, in January, for business. 
On the second day of the session (June 18, [826), as appears 
by the journal, an order was offered by Mr. Phelps, of Boston, 
which was the first proposition ever made for a railroad before 
any legislative body in our country. An able and elaborate 
report was written by Dr. Phelps, as chairman of the com- 
mittee, and presented January 19, 1827. The report was 



53&> 



Seventh Generation . 



signed by the chairman, and George W. Adams, — a son of 
John Q. Adams, — and Emory Washburn, since governor of 
the state, and, by a singular felicity, a graduate of Williams 
College. The report closed with resolves recommending a 
survey. The governor, in his annual message, referring to 
the expected report, said, "Their report will come recom- 
mended by the assurance that their attention has been perse- 
veringly directed to the interesting object of their commission, 
ai 1 that, short of the expense and labor of a board of scien- 
tific engineers, a better source of authentic information could 
not be resorted to by the government." 

Massachusetts House of Representatix 
Thursday, June /, 1826. 

On motion of Mr. Phelps of Boston. 
Ordered that Messrs. Phelps of B. 

-- Corbet W. 

Lanckton P. 

Calhoun S. 

Wells G. with such as the 
Senate may join, be a Committee to consider the prac- 
ticability and expediency of constructing a Railway 
from Boston, on the most eligible route, to the western 
line of the County of Berkshire, in order that, if leave 
can be obtained from the Government of the State of 
New York, it may be extended to the most desirable 
point on the Hudson River at or near Albany — and 
that the Committee be instructed to report informa- 
tion and estimates of expense as they shall deem 
proper. .Sent up lor concurrence. 



Kail Way 
to 

Hudson 
Rivi 1 



RailWay 



Tuesday, June 20, rS26. 
Mr. Phelps of Boston, from the Select Com 'tee on 
the subject of constructing a Railway from Boston to 
the western Line of the State, made a report asking 
leave to sit during the R . -- and report at next ses- 
sion. The Report was accepted . 

Journal House of Representatives 1826, Vol. 47. 
First extract from pp. 10 & n. 
Second extract from p. 162. 



Seventh Generation. 53&C 

Albany, 24 November, 1826. 
Sir : 

I had the honor to receive a letter from you in behalf of a 
Committee of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts, 
requesting my opinion as to the probable cooperation of the 
Government of this State in facilitating the project of a Rail 
way from Boston to the Hudson River. 

1 entertain no doubt but that this State will at all times be 
found on the side of liberality in fostering public improve- 
ments and that she will consent to the extension of the con- 
templated road through her territory, but whether she will 
make any pecuniary advances for that purpose, when there are 
pending so many meritorious applications for her bounty, is a 
question which I cannot undertake to answer favorably. 

Be assured, Sir, that every effort of the character you pro- 
pose, which will have a tendency to facilitate intercourse and 
draw closer the ties of connexion between Sister States, will 
not only have my best wishes but my cordial support, and 
with a high appreciation of your favorable sentiments, 
I am very respectfully, 

Your most obed't serv't, 

DeWitt Clinton. 
Abner Phelps, Esq. 



Seventh Generation. 537 

ward, and was born Belchertown, Mass., where she d. 20 
March, 1809, without issue. 

He m. 2nd Delia Hubbell, 22 March, 18 14. She was a 
widow and was daughter 'of Dea. Adam Stoddard, and was b. 
Belchertown, Mass., where she died 23 Aug., 1822, 

Child, b. Belchertown, Mass., by 2nd wife : 
+ 5334. I, Charles Abner, b. 19 Oct., 1820, m. Phebe 

Harris. 

'3478. Daniel Phelps, b. Belchertown, Mass., 
25 Dec, 1781, m. Nancy Forbes, 10 Dec, 1818. She d. Bel- 
chertown, Mass., in 1843. He m. 2nd Roxanna (Dunham) 
Howe, widow of Benj. Howe. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Belchertown, Mass., where he was a 
prominent man, representing his town in the General Court, 
in 1835 and 1836, and was a magistrate and deacon for many 
years. He died in Belchertown. 

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

5335. I. Daniel, in U. S. Navy. 

5336. II. Joseph, m. Cordelia Cram. 

5337. III. Eunice, 

5338. IV. Emily, 

2482. Rev, Eliakim Phelps, D. D., b. Bel- 
chertown, Mass., 20 March, 1790, m, 3 Nov.. 1816, Sarah 
Adams, b. Wilbraham, Mass., d. Philadelphia, Penn,, 13 Nov., 
1845. 

He m. for 2nd wife, Sarah B. Nicholson. 

The Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated at Union College, in 1S14, 
studied theology at Audover, and was ordained over the first 
church in Brookfield, Mass.- 13 Oct., 1816. In 1830, he was 
installed over the Presbyterian Church of Geneva, N. Y. In 
1835 he was elected Secty. of the American Educational 
Society of Philadelphia. In 1840, had charge of the office in 
New York City, and was made a D. D. in i860, and settled in 
Plainfield, Ct. He died at Weehawken, N. J., 29 Dec, i.vSo.. 
Children, by 1st wife, b. Brookfield, Mass., except 4th: 

5339. I. Amelia, b. iS Sept., 18*17, d. 1829. 

+ 5340. II. Austin, b. 7 Jan., 1820, m. three times. 

5341. III. Mary; b. 26 Sept., 1826. 



538 Seventh Generation. 

\\ 
+ 5342. IV. Henry Martin, b. Geneva, X. Y., m. S. Jen- 
nette Lock wood. 

Child, by 2nd wife : 

5343. V. Eliakim Sidney, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 7 April, 

1847. 

2483. Dr. William Phelps, b. Belchertown, 

Mass., 19 June, 7 12", m. 8 Oct.. [818, Maria Forward. She 

was daughter of the Rev. Justin and Lydia (Merrick) Forward, 
and was b. Belchertown, 5 July, 1800, d. Belchertown, 6 Oct., 
1S40. He m. for 2nd wife. Mary L, Hunt of Bridgewater, X. 
Y., 20 June, [841. .She was daughter of Asahel and Diantha 
(Dimmick) Hunt, and was b, Bridgewater, X. V., 31 Jan., 
[800, d. Belchertown, Mass., 17 Oct., 1863. He m 3rd, 

>uisa, widow of 11. 1 ; . Filer of Belchertown, Mass., 2 Nov., 
1S64. By her he had no issue. .She was b. Belchertown, 
M;i^,. Oct. . daughter of Abner and Keziah (Fairfield) 

Tow lie, and was living in Stafford Spring, Ct. , 1899. 

Mr. Phelps settled in belchertown, Mass., where he was an 
active man in public affairs. He was Justice of the Peace, 
and deacon of the church for many years. He died, 
August, r 

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

'44. I. Charles William, b. 27 July, 1819, m. Mary 

Wilson Smith. 
+ 5345. II. Martha Maria, b. 3 Sept., 1822, m. Henry K. 

Starkweather. 
111. Frederick Braiuard. b. 8 Feb., [829, m. twice. 

Child by 2nd wife : 

- 5347. IV. Edward II.. b. Belchertown. 10 June, 1842, m. 
Harriet F*. Goulding. 

'2V.)2. Joseph Phelps, b. Torrington, Ct,. 16 
March, 1759. bapt. 30 March, 1750. m. 29 Oct.. 1804, Rebecca 
Leavenworth. 

Mr. Phel] led in Torrington. Ct. He was executor, 

with his brother Benjamin, of his father's will, and a freeman 
in 1799. 

Children, b. Torrington, Ct.: 



Seventh Generation. 539 

5348. I. Sally, b. 6 Sept.. 1805. 

5349. II. Joseph, b. 29 Nov., 1806. 

2494. Joxathan Phklps, b. Torrington. Ct., 
17 May, 1763, bapt, 9 June, 1763, m. Sylvia Beach, 20 Jan., 
17S5. She is referred to in Litchfield Probate, as of Torring- 
ton, in June, 1792, and guardian of Amos, 7 yrs., Luman, 5 
yrs., Almire, 3 yrs., Jerusha, 1 yr,, children of Jonathan 
Phelps, of Torrington. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Torrington, Ct. , where he died 27 
Sept., 1 791. 

Children, b. Torrington, Ct. : 

5350. I. Anna, or Amos, b. .8 Oct., 1785. 

5351. II. Luman, b. 26 June, 1787. 

5352. III. Almira, b, 22 Sept., 1789. 

5353. IV. Jerusha, b. 13 Sept., 1791. 

2495. Jemima Phklps, b. Torrington, Ct., 
Feb. 6, '1765, m. Dec. 24, 17X9, James Eggleston, b. Torring- 
ton, Ct., May 17, 17(34, son of FMward and Elizabeth (Curtis) 
Ivggleston. 

Residence Torrington, Ct. 

Child, b. Torrington, Ct.: 

5354. I. Jerusha (Eggleston), b. June 22, 1791. 

24W> Daniel Phelps, b. Torrington, Ct. 
Nov.. 1766, bapt. 16 Nov., 1766, m. Huldah Whiting, 5 Oct., 
1790. She was daughter of John and Sarah (Foster) Whit- 
ing, and was b. Torrington, Ct., Sept. 25, 1768, and d. 4 
March, 1839. 

Mr. Phelps settled for a time in East Windsor, from there 
to Winchester, Ct, He died 19 May, 1850, in his 84th year. 

With Horace Higley he purchased the Artemas Rowley 
farm in Winchester, lived there until 1809, next lived in the 
house on west side of Brooks street, next south of the old 
Everett place. He was a sedate man, highly esteemed, often 
employed in town affairs and was a representative in the years 
1818 and 1828. 

Children : 

"^"5355- I- Daniel, b. East Windsor, Ct., 11 Jan., 1792, 

m. twice. 



j/o Seventh Generation. 

5356. II. Huldah. b. East Windsor, Ct., 2 August, 

1793, d. num. 
- 5357. III. Benjamin, b. East Windsor, Ct., 27 June, 

1795, 111. Abigail Brooks. 
+•5358. IV. Frederick, 1>. Winchester, Ct., 1 July, 1; 

in. Lucy W. Hnrlbnt. 
S9. Y, Aaron, b. Winchester, Ct., 14 July, [803, d. 

7 Sept., 1803. 
S.i6o. VI. Jonathan, 1>. 17 Mar. d. 1 July, 1S22. 

'Z\S)"t. C.u'T. Benjamin Phelps, b. Torrii 

ton, Ct., 15 June. 1769, bapt. the 18th June. 111. probably, 
Lydia Grant, about [800. She was daughter of Ambrose and 
Hannah (Mason) Grant, and was b. Litchfield, Ct., 28 Dec, 
1772. She d. [859. 

Capt. Phelps settled in Torrington, Ct., probably moved to 
New York State. IK- served 111 the War of [812, as Captain. 
He was a doctor by pro -- ti. He died in Wisconsin. 

Children : 

5361. I. Hiram, b. Torrington. Ct., 1802, d. 1824, num. 

5362. II. Lucretia, b, Torrington, Ct.. m. Sylvester 

Spencer, of Litchfield, Ct. 

53I ; III. Emeline, b. Torrington, Ct.. m. Judson Col- 

ton. Settled in Hartford. Ct. 

5364. IV. Cornelia, b. Torrington, Ct., m. Frederick 
B. Wadhams. Settled in Ohio. 
565. V. Andrew, b. probably in New York State, m. 

Jemima A. Thompson. 
>6. VI. Henry Howard, b. New York State, d. aged 

-■ yea 

5367. VII. Charles b. New York Stat. 

2498. ABNER BLODGETT, b. Windsor. Ct., 1 
.. 1771. m. Hannah Booth, 1 Nov.. 1800. She was 
daughter oi Col. Caleb and Anna (Bartlett) Booth, of Last 
Windsor. Ct.. and she d. 12 May, [832. He settled in Wind- 
sor, and d. 21 Dec, 1834. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

536 I. Ralph (Blodgett), b. 30 Oct.. 1811, m. 1 

Sept., [846, Caroline Jane Allen, daughter 
of Samueland Jane (Allen) Allen. Xo i^sue. 



Seventh Generation, 54.1 

5369. II. Hannah (Blodgett), b. 14 Jul}-, 1815, m. 

Lenmel Stoughton, East Windsor. Had a 
daughter Hannah who m. Israel H. Stiles. 

2500. Martha Blodgett, b Windsor, Ct., 18 

Oct.. 1775, m. Nathaniel Allen, at East Windsor, Ct., 16 
Feb., 1802. He was son of Nathaniel and Anna (Jones) 
Allen and was. b. East Windsor 16 Dec., 1774. Settled in 
East Windsor. He was a farmer and miller. He died 6 Oct., 
1811. She died in Amherst, Mas^. 26 Nov., i860, 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

5370. I. John (Allen), b. 14 Oct., 1802, d. 11 Oct., 

1803. 

5371. II. Sarah (Allen), b. 15 Dec, 1804, m. John C. 

Jones of Wilbraham, Mass., 16 March, 1823. 
s^72. III. Mary Jane (Allen, b. 11 March, 1S07. Res. 
Amherst, Mass. 

5373. IV. Nathaniel (Allen), b. 31 May, 1809. 

5374. V. Martha Louisa (Allen), b. 30 Nov,, 1811,111. 

John Thayer, of Amherst, Mass, 30 Now, 
1 83 1, where she d. 15 June, 1833. 

2501. Benoni Blodgett, b. Windsor, Ct., 9 
June, 1778, m, 18 Nov,, 1807. Damaris Blodgett of East Wind- 
sor, Ct. She was daughter of Phineas and Damaris (Loomis) 
Blodgett, of East Windsor, Ct. Mr. Blodgett settled in 
Amherst, Mass., where he d. 16 Dec, 181 

Children, b. Amherst, Mass,: 

5375. I. Emeline (Blodgett), b. 1877, d. 1840, unm. 

5376. II. John " d. in Key West. No 

issue. He was a physician. 
.5377. III. Henry (Blodgett), m. 
5378. IV. Washburn " unm. 

5379- V". Winthrop " num. 

2504. Cephas Blodgett, b. Windsor, Ct.. 2 
June, 1784, m. 27 Sept., 1814, Huldah Gaylord, at East Wind- 
sor, Ct. She was daughter of Eleazer and Sylvia (Clark) 
Gaylord, of Windsor, Ct. Settled in Amherst, Mass. Was a 
wheelwright. One authority says he was in Schoharie, N. V. 



jj2 Seventh (rcnerafion . 

Children, b. East Windsor, Ct.: 

5380. I. Edward Phelps (Blodgett), b. 23 August, 

1S15, graduated at Amherst, Mass., for Over 
40 years a Congregational clergyman of 
Greenwich, Mass., in. Mary Webb, of 
English birth. 

5381. II. Rufus (Blodgett). 

53S2. III. Harriett m. Montague, 

5383. IY. Delia m. Langdon Clark. 

2506. Benjamin Phelps, b. Canaan. Ct., 25 
Oct., 1777, m. 20 April, 1800, Malinda Hoskins, at Scipio, N, 
Y. She was b, New Providence, Mass., 20 Dec, 1782, d. 15 
Jan., 1855, at Hannibal, X. Y. 

Mr. Phelps, when a child, removed with his father to 
Windsor, Ct., and early in life, before marrying, emigrated 
with others to New York State, residing in Scipio, Aurelius, 
Burton, and later in life in Hannibal, X. Y. , where he died, 9 

>t., 1S44. He was a farmer. Samuel H., Xo. 5390, says, 
in [86o, "all my father's family married and settled in Wis- 
consin. 

Children : 

5384. I. Barton Hoskins, b. Scipio, X. Y., 21 Jan., 

1 1. 

5385. II. Wealthy Malinda. b. Aurelius, X. Y., is Oct., 

[802. 
53S III. Benjamin, b. - X. Y.. 7 April, [804. 

5387, IY. Harriett Louisa, b. Burton, X. Y., 20 April, 

53S V. Helen, b, Aurelius, X. Y., 24 April, 

53J VI. William, 1>. 6 May, 1810, d. 3 

July, 1 Si 1. 
+ 53 VII. Samuel H.. b. CatO, X. Y., 27 May, 1812, m. 

twice. 
,1. VIII. I.uciuda. b. '■ 3 May, 1814, m. 

Hiram Riggs. Settled in Hannibal, X. Y. 
ie d. 27 July, 183 
IX. Seth Paine, b. Cato, X. Y., 25 Feb.. £816. 
5393. X. Anna Maria, b, 3 April, 1819. 

5304. XI. Sophronia Adclia, K " 15 March, 1821. 



Seventh Generation. 54.3 

5395. XII. Nancy Elizabeth, b. Auburn, X. Y., 28 June, 

1823. 

•J510. Harriet Phelps, b. Xorfolk, Ct., 15 
March, 1789, m. Hendrick K. Paine. He was son of Stephen 
Paine, who was brother of Gen. Edward Paine. The latter 's, 
dan. Lydia m, Saml W. Phelps Xo. 2439. 

Children ; 

5396. I. Henry (Paine), * 

5397. II. Elizabeth " 

5398. III. Eleazer A. " 
3399. IV. Elsworth " - 

'2511. Halsey Phelps, b. Sharon, Ct., 11 
May, 1792, 111. Lucinda Hitchcock, 8 Dec, 1812, She was 
daughter of Phineas and Mabel Hitchcock, and was b. Xew 
Lebanon X. Y., [^88, died in Winona, Minn., 25 April, 1876, 
in her 88th year. 

Mr. Phelps lived for a time in Cato and Auburn, X Y.,and 
later in life in Winona, Minn., where he d. 27 Oct., 1859. 
He was a farmer. 

Children : 

5400. I. Adaline, b. Cato, X. Y., 20 May. 1 S r 4 . 

5401. II. Mary Louisa, b. Aurelius, X. Y. , 24 Dec, 

1S16, d. 1879. 

5402. III. Cornelia, b. Aurelius. X. Y., 16 Sept., 1818, 

d. 6 Jan., 1885. 
+ 5403. IV. Lucinda A., b. Aurelius, X. Y., 13 July, 1820, 

m. Albert S. Mills. 
+ 5404. V. William H., b. Aurelius. X. Y., 15 K 

1822, m. Caroline (Chapman) Livingston. 
+ 5405. VI. Edward H., b. Auburn. X. Y., 21 Aug., 1823, 

111. Hannah M. Young. 
+ 5406. VII. John H, b. Auburn, X. Y., 3 June, 1825, m. 

Harriett Perkins. 

5407. VIII. Harriett, b. Auburn, X. Y., 7 Nov., 1828, d. 

22 Sept., 1845, num. 

5408. IX. Salome, b. Auburn. X. Y., 27 Sept., 1S30, d. 

r Aug., [845, 1111111. 



544 Seventh Generation. 

£526. Eleanor Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., i 
Sept., 17S6., m. Luther Smith, 28 Oct., 1806, at Pittsfield, 
Mass. Settled first in Orwell, Vt. In 1S09, he removed to 
Middlebury, X. Y., and from there in 1840, to Montrose, and 
later to Elyria, Ohio, where he died 15 Apr., 1884. His wife 
died there 15 April, 1884. 

Children : 

5409. I. Maria (Smith), b, Orwell, Yt., 21 Nov.. 1S07, 

m. Wm. P. Gardiner. 

5410. II. Hiram P. (Smith), b. Orwell, Vt,, d. young. 

5411. III. William B. (Smith), b. Middlebury, N. Y 

young. 

5412. IY. William Franklin (Smith), b. Middlebury, X. 

Y, . d. young. 

5413. V. Franklin B. (Smith), b. Middlebury, N. Y., 

2\ July, [816, m, Emerancy Ellis, in Mont- 
rose, Ohio, 21 July, 1839. He d. there 21 
July, [845. Had daughter Gertrude. 

2527. Benjamin Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 
17 Oct., 1788, d. August, [857, m. Lucy Francis at Pittsfield, 
Mass., pub. 20 Oct., 1818. She was daughter of William and 

s (Butler) Francis, and was b. Pittsfield, Mass., May 29, 
I, and d. Poutiac, Mich., 21 May, 1 ■- 

Child, b. Pontiac. Mich.: 
+ 5414. I. William W., b. 1 June, 1826, m. Sarah Mann. 

2528. Pauline Phelps, b. Pittsfield. Mass 
29 August, 1790, m. John Everett, at Pittsfield, Mass. Set- 
tled Sharon, Mich , where he died, and where his wife died in 
1S71. 

Children, b. Sharon, Mich. : 

5415. I. Frank | Everett 1. 

5416. II. Jay 

5417. III. John 

5418. IV. Phelps 

2529. Bethena Phelps, b. Pittsfield. Mass 
29 August, 1792. 111. Oliver Robbins, at Pittsfield, Mass. He 
was son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Demiug) Robbins, and 



Seventh Geiieration. 54.5 

was b. Pittsfield, Mass., 1792, where he settled, and d. 20 
May, 1827. He was a farmer. She m. 2nd, Jonathan Y. 
Clark, and d. Sept. 27, 1867. Mr. Clark d. August 18, 1865. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass., by 1st husband: 

5419. I. Eliza (Robbins), b. 1 Sept., 1817, d. 19 April, 

1828. 

5420. II. Henry Augustus (Robbins), b. 3 July, 1819, 

d. 9 Oct., 1S56, num. 
+ 5421. III. Fidelia (Robbins), b. 28 March, 182 1, m, 
Dudley E. Butler. 

5422. IV. Salmon (Robbins), b. 4 June, 1823, d. 5 Jan., 

1857, unm. 

5423. V. William P. (Robbins), b. 16 Feb., 1825, d. 30 

March, 1S67. 

Child, b. Pittsfield, Mass.. by 2nd husband : 

5424. I. Eliza Robbins (Clark), b. July 6, [830, d. 

Sept. 24, 1832. 

2530. Rhoda Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 28 
July, 1794, m. John Niles at Pittsfield, 15 Feb., 1815. He 
was son of Samuel and (Green) Niles, and was b. Ben- 
nington, Vt., in 1794. Settled in Painted Post, Steuben Co., 
N. Y., removing from there later in life to Troy, Oakland 
Co., Mich., where he d. 23 Mar., 1872. He was a farmer, 
merchant and miller. His wife died at Tro; Mich., 7 
August, 1864. 

Children, b. Painted Post, X. Y.: 

5425. I. Julia Ann (Niles), b. 14 Nov., 1816, died 4 

Feb., 1848. 

5426. II. Orange Jay (Niles), b. 29 Sept., 181S, died 12 

April, 1867. 

5427. III. George, (Niles), b. 27 May, 1820. Res. 

Troy, Michigan. 

2531. Sarah Phelps, b, Pittsfield, Mass.. 7 
Sept., 1796, m. James Wrigley, at Pittsfield, Mass., 11 Sept., 
18 14. He was born in Yorkshire, Eng., 15 Ma}-, 1784, emi- 
grating to New England early in life, and, after marry in 
settled in Pittsfield. Mass., and from there removed to Johns- 

5 



J 



j.6 Seventh Generation. 



town, X. V., remaining there a few years, and then returning 
to Pitts field, Mass., where he died 12 August. 1833, and 
where his wife Sarah died 10 Oct., 1832. He was a cloth 
weaver by trade. 

James Wrigley is referred to in the Pittsfield Sun as weav- 
ing broad-cloth on a loom placed upon a wagon, Oct., 7th and 
8th, 1 810, at which time was instituted the present Cattle-Show 
of Pittsfield. James Wrigley is said to have been an expert at 
weaving, and to have woven the first broad-cloth in the 
United States. 

Children : 

54: I. An infant son (Wrigley), b Pittsfield, Mas 

14 August, [818, d. young, 
542 II. John, (Wrigley), b. Johnstown. X. V., 12 

April, 1820, d . eb. , 1S62. 

5430. III. James (Wrigley), b. Johnstown, X. Y., 13 

August, [822, m. Res. Alvarado, Tex 

5431. IV. Ann (Wrigley), b. Pittsfield, Mass., 20 

March, 1826, d. 23 May, 1873. 
54^2. V. Benjamin (Wrigley), b. Pittsfield, Mass., 8 

Pel'., 1 830, d. 15 Dec, [861. 

2532. Elnathan Phelps, 1>. Pittsfield, Ma>s., 
[5 Jan., 1700- m. at Pi [ass., 7 Sept.. [826, Clarb 
Colt, b. Pittsfield. Mass., where she d. ji Oct. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Pittsfield. Mass., where his two 
children were born. In 1833 the father and chilren removed 
to Pontiac, Mich., where he died. ^ Dee., [870. 

Children, b, Pittsfield, Ma 

133. I. Edward, b. 7 April, 1828, m. twice ) 

+ 5434. IP Helen, b. 7 April, 1828, m. Geo. Twins. 

Ri\ * 

2533. Alfred Phelps, b. Pittsfield. Mass., 4 
June, [807, m. Sukey Newton, published 10 March. 1825, mar- 
ried at Pittsfield, Mass., 7 April, 1825. She was b. Boston, 
Mass., 14 Sept.. 1802, died at Troy, Mich.. 19 Ft -7. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Troy, Mich., where he died 21 Nov., 
[881. 

Child : 



Seventh Generation. 547 

5435. I. Ellen Dennison, b. Troy, Mich., 28 Dec, 
[827. Res. Troy, Mich 

2531. William Phelps, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 

16 August, 1S04, m. Carrie , at Smithfield, Mich, 22 

April, 1S32, now living in Pontiac, Mich. 

Mr. Phelps learned the jeweler's trade at Pittsfield, Mass., 
and was settled in Boston, Mass., in 1821 and 1822, and from 
there to Albany, for two years, and in [832 to Pontiac, Mich. 
He died and his widow resides 15 Lincoln avenue, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Children, b. Pontiac, Mich, : 

5436. I. Frank James, b. 1 Jan., 1837, settled in Pon- 

tiac, Mich. 

5437. II. George Edward, b. 24 Aug., 1839, settled in 

Detroit, Mich. 

+ 5438. III. Carrie E., b. 19 Oct., 1848, m. . 

+ 5439. IV. Ella J., b. 16 Feb., 1852, m. Dr. Archil 

Robinson. 

"2535. William Miller, b. Pittsfield. Mass., 5 
Feb., 1782, m. Lucy P. Smith at Poultuey, Vt., 29 June, 
[803; 

Mr. Miller resided for a time in Poultuey, Vt., and later 
settled in Hampton, N. Y. , where lied. 28 Dec, 1849. He 
served in the war of 1812. He went to Plattsburgh, X. Y., 
as captain of a military company. He was wideh known as 
the Prophet Miller, because of his advocacy of the second 
coming of Christ in 1843. He was the founder of the Miller- 
ites. No record of children. Perhaps had son Robbins. 
whose daughter Mary m. H. E. Phelps. No. 5489. 

2537. Pauline Miller, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 9 
Nov.. 1784, removed with her parents when young to Hamp- 
ton, N. Y . m. Levi Wm. Bosworth, [6 Dec, 1802. He set- 
tled in Sweden and Dresden. N. Y., where she d. 22 March. 
[832. No record of children. 

253$. Sylvia Miller, b. Hampton, N. Y.. 4 
Sept., 1786, d. March 10, 1858, m. Silas Guilford, 5 Jan. 
1803. He was b. in Mass. After marrying he settled in Xew 



5^<? Seventh Generation, 

Haven, Vt., and later removed to New Haven, Oswego Co., 
N. Y. Had 5 children. 

"254:0. Cynthia Miller, b. Hampton. N. V.. 
13 Feb., 1789, m. Jan 4, 1S10. Thomas Shaw. He was b. 
Troy, X V., 1787, where he was a miller. He resided in 
North Hoosick, X. Y., and West Haven. Yt.. where he d. 23 
July, 1 S 4 7 . His widow d. at Hampton, X. V. tg Feb., 1*72. 

No iSSUC 

2542. MYRA Mil. IKK, b. Hampton, X. Y. , 12 
Sept., 17*2, m. Hezekiah Bosworth, 23 Oct., 1811. They 
settled in Hampton. X. Y.. where lie died 17 June, [863, aged 
99. She d. in Fair Haven, Yt., 14 Sept., 1869. Their de- 
scendants reside in Fair Haven. Yt. 

Child : 

5440. I. David (Bosworth). Settled in Bristol, Yt 

Y clergyman. 



&. 



2543. Anna MlLLER, b. Hampton, X. Y., 10 
Feb., 1794. m. Joseph At wood, [3 Nov., 1817. They settled 
in tlie Province oi Quebec, where h and where his wife 

d, Feb. 20. [852. 

Children, b. Magog, Quebec : 

5441. I. Dan. F. (Atwood). 

5442. II. Albion 

*J.">44. George Miller, b. Low Hampton. X. 
Y., 6 Feb., 1796, m. 19 May. 1S24, Delia Palmer. 

Mr. Miller settled in Kee>eville. Essex Co., X. Y.. remov- 
ing from there to Millersbnrgh, Minn., where he died. 
August 14, 1871. 

Children, b. Keeseville, X. Y. : 
3443. I. A son (Miller).  Killed in the battle of Bull 

Run. 
^444. II, Mary m. Dr. Horace Clapp. 

d. in Mich. 

J545. Lois MILLER, b. Low Hampton, X. Y., 
2=, Jan., 1798, m. 10 Feb.. 32 Hiram Shaw. Settled in Low 
Hampton, X. Y., where he was a noted carpenter, joiner 



Seventh Generation. j^q 

and builder. He died there 26 March, 1852. His widow 
died, 14 Jan., 1886. 

Children, b. Low Hampton, N. Y.: 

5445. I. Hiram (Shaw). Settled in Mo. 

5446. II. George T." Settled in San Francisco, Cal. 

2548. Solomon P. Miller, b. Low Hampton, 
N. Y,, 27 Nov., 1803, m. 20 April, 1826, Wealthy H. Stevens. 

Mr. Miller was a farmer and settled on the homestead at 
Hampton, N. Y,, where he died 6 Oct., 1887. His wife died 
May 30, 1872, in her 67th year. 

Child, b. Low Hampton, N. Y.: 

5447. I. Levi (Miller). Settled on the homestead. 

2549. Stella Miller, b. Low Hampton, X. 
Y., July 30, 1806, d. Fair Haven, Vt., Nov. 14, 1882, m. in 
Hampton, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1823, Joseph Adams, b. London- 
derry. N. H., Feb. 1, 1802, d. Fair Haven, Yt., Feb. 26,1878, 
sou of John and Mary Ann (Morrison) Adams. 

They settled in F^air Haven, Yt., where Mr. Adams was 
extensively engaged in the marble business, owning mills for 
sawing audpreparing the stone for market. 

Children, b. Fair Haven, Yt., except the first : 
544S. I, Fdwin R. (Adams), b. Hampton, X. Y.,Sept, 

22, 1824, d. June 25, 1832. 
5448a. II, Oscar F. (Adams), b. March 14, 1820. d. July 

19, 1826. 
5448b. III. Ira M. " b, May. 13. 1827, d. June 

9- 1833. 
+ 5449. IY. Andrew X. " b. Jan. 6, 1830, m. Angie 

M. Phelps. Xo. 5488. 
5449a. V. Edwin S. (Adams), b. Nov. 29, 1832, d. June 

18, 1833. 
4- 5449b. VI. Helen Marion" b. June 16, 1834, m. David 

B. Coltou. 
5449c. VII. John J. b. April 27. 1840, drowned 

Oct. 1, 1845 
5449d. VIII. Joseph J. (Adams), b, Xov. 30, 1S45, d. Sept. 

2--,. 1846. 



550 Seventh Generation. 

'2550. Elaxor Miller, b. Low Hampton. X. 
Y., i April. 1809, m. Oliver Hulet, 1 Jan., 1834. They set- 
tled in Poultney, Vt., where she died 21 Sept.. 1868, and was 
buried in Low Hampton cemetery. 

Children, b. Poultney, Vt.: 

5450. I. Viola A, (Hulet), m. Mr. Manville, and re- 

sides in Whitehall. N. V. 

5451. II. Nancy (Hulet), m. Edward G Dyer. Settled 

in Salisbury, Vt. 

'2551. Henry STi.rm:\ Underbill, Vt., 

about i 787, m. . 

Mr. Stephens settled in Underhill, where he died. 
Children, b. Un L, \"t.: 

5452. I. Henry (Stephens), m. Settled in Antrim, 

Ohio. 
5433. II. Louisa Shot by accident by her 

brother when young. 

'2553. Thkrox Stephens, b, Underhill. Vt., 
about 1790. m. Salh Proctor. 

Mr. .Stephens settled in Granville, 111., where he died. 

Children, b. Granville, 111.: 
  \. 1. Cyrus (Stephens). 

5435. II. Lura 

III. Alva 
54 s;. IV. Nancy 

2555. Royal Stephens, b. Underhill, Yt., 1 
August, 1795, m. Sally Richardson. 3 Dec. 1818. 
Mr. Stephens settled in Underhill. where he d. 17 April, 

[867. 

Children, l». Underhill. Yt.: 





I. 


Mel 


5459 


II. 




5460 


III. 


William 




IV. 


Justin 


5462 


V. 


Edgar 


5463 


VI. 


Elmira 


5464 


VII. 


George 


5465 


VIII. 


Theron 



Seventh Generation. 



J J 



25G1 . Samantha Stephens, b. Underhill, Vt., 

about 1808, m. Alpheus Cody. Settled in Cambridge, Vt., 
where he died. 

Child, b. Cambridge, Vt. : 

5466. I. Louisa (Cody), m. Augustus Norton, of Jeri- 

cho, Vt. 

2563. Elnathan Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 5 
Jan., 1795, m. Milicent Bridges, 18 Feb., 1816, d. 19 Jan,, 
1832. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Orwell, Vt., where he died, soon after 
a trip west, 16 April, 1866. 

Children, b. Orwell, Vt.: 

5467. I, Elnathan, m. 

5468. II, Rowena. 

5469. III. Rosalinda, b. March 15, 1820, d. Orwell, Vt., 

Nov. 26, 1893, m. Ira Fisher. 

5470. IV. Jesse. 

5471. V. Perry. 
3472. VI. Eliza Ann. 
--473. VII. Milicent. 

'J564-. Polly Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 10 Sept., 
1797, m. Feb., 1817, Danforth Elenthorp, b. Sheldon, Vt., 
1797. Settled in Lawrence, N. V., where he and his widow 
died. 

Children, b. Lawrence, X. V.: 
547.) . I. Sassadonia (Elenthorp). 



5475 

547" 
5477 
547* 
5479 



II. Polly 

III. Thurman 

IV. Phelps 

V. Rosalind 

VI. Levonia 



And five others who d. in infancy. 

25(J5. Amanda Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt.. 25 
Sept,, 1799, m. Samuel Robinson. 

They settled in Norfolk, X. V., where lie died 13 Nov., 
1858, and where his widow died 4 Dec. 1*71 . 

Children, b. Norfolk, N. Y. : 



54»o 


I, 


Melissa ( 


5481 


II. 


Almanza 


5482 


III. 


Milo 


5483 


IV. 


Byron 


5484 


V. 


Harrison 


5485 


VI. 


Mary 


54S6 


VII. 


Sarali 


5487 


VIII. 


Pliebe 



§§2 Seventh Generation. 



b. 
b. 
b. 
b. 

b. 

b. 
1). 

2567. Erastus Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 
June, 1804, m. Margaret Hibbard. 1=, Mar.. 1x27. She was 
daughter of Jonathan and Abby Hibbard, and was b. Orwell, 
Vt., 23 Nov., [804, where she d. " May, 1^96. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lawrence. N. V.. and from there to 
Ticouderoga, N. V. 

Children : 

54.s^ I. Angie M., b. Lawrence, X. V., 22 April, 

1833, 111. Andrew X. Adams. See No. 5449. 

5489. II. Hibbard E., b. Orwell, Vt., [6 Jan., 1839, m. 

Mary Miller. 
+ 5490. III. Charles II., b, Orwell, Vt., 17 Dec, 1844, m. 
1 lie Brown. 

•J"><>s. Orange Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 17 Dec., 

I Sept. 14, 1807, n; - Mary Waterman. 30 Nov., [834. 
She was daughter of John and Faith Waterman, and was b. 
Northfield, Vt.. 21 5, d. Castleton. Vt., 28 Nov., 

11. He was a good farmer. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Ticonderoga, X. V. where he d. 14 
April. [872. 

Children : 

+ 5491. I. Pliny S. (Waterman), b. 24 July, 1X35, 

Elvira Hartwell. 
5492. II. Olney (Waterman), b. 12 Nov., 1837, died 5 

Jan., 1S96, unm. 

2569. Alphonso Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt.. 28 
May. 1809, m. 27 Sept.. 1832, Rhoda Bosworth. She v 

daughter of Hezekiah Bosworth, and was b, Hartford, Vt., 
and d. Sept. 1. 1S96. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hampton, X. Y. 



Seventh Generation. 553 

Children, b. Hampton, N. Y,: 

5493. I. Charlotte, b. 22 June, 1833, m. Aug. 31,1851, 

Albert S. Bartholomew. 
+ 5494, II. IraE.,b. 31 March, 1838.111. 1st, Betsey Ann 

Merriam, 2nd, Emily Bristol. 

5495. III. Julia E., b. 1 Oct, 1S44, d. in infanc ; 

2570. IvOvkxia Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 26 
Sept., 1811, m 9 Oct., 1841, Augustus Parker. 

They settled in Orwell, Vt., where he died, 12 Oct., 1881. 
His widow died 3 Feb., t888. 

Children, b. Orwell, Vt.: 

5496. I. Augusta (Parker), b. 30 Aug., 1845, d. 16 

Sept., 18S9. 

5497. II. Romeo b. 27 Jan., 1857, 111. Julia 

Martin. 

2571. Harrison Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 2 
May, 1814, m. 31 Oct., 1843, Anna Bosworth. daughter of 
Hezekiah Bosworth. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Fair Haven, Rutland Co., Yt.. and d. 
May 27, 1895. 

Children, b. Fair Haven, Yt.: 

5498. I. Julia E., b. 16 Sept., 1X44, m. Henry S. 

Webster, No. 5557. 

5499. II. Emma A., b. 23 May, 1846, d. 21 April, 1861. 

2572. Aloxzo Phelps, b. Orwell, Yt.. 18 May, 
1819, m. 4 Feb., 1S41, Polly M. Byam. She was daughter of 
Jesse Byam, and was b. Ticonderoga, X. Y., d. New Haven, 
Yt., 25 April, [858. Hem. 2nd, Harriett (Ashley) Paine, 2 
Dec, 1858. She was widow of David Paine. She had no 
children by Mr. Phelps. She d. New Haven, Yt., 24 March, 
1880. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Orwell, Yt., and New Haven, Yt,, 
and later in Minneapolis, Minn. He was a graduate of col- 
lege, studied law and practiced in New Haven, Yt., and in 
Minneapolis, Minn., and later in New Haven, where he | 
living in 1895. His children were all by 1st wife. 

Children, b. Orwell, Yt.: 



55/ Seventh Generation . 

+ 5500. I. Jesse B., b. 30 June. 1S48, m. twice. 

+ 5501. II. Julian A., b. 26 Dec , 1850, m. Linorah M. 

Huntington. 
5502. III. Polly Adelia. b. 21 Sept., 1857, m. in New 

Haven, Yt., 15 May. 1 857. Charles F. Smith. 

Settled on the farm of his father, who now 

resides with them. 

2573. Lorenzo Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt , 18 
May, 1819, m. Amanda M. bush, 24 Nov., 1840. She w 
daughter of William and Aurilla (Spencer) Bush, and was b. 
Orwell, Vt., 20 Dec, 1820, d. Orwell, Vt., 24 Oct.. [891. 

Children, b. Orwell, Vt.: 

550 I. Amelia A., b. 8 March. 1848, m. [St Charles 

Bawkett, 2nd Oscar II eek. 
5504. II. Anna J., b. 8 July, 1852, num.. resides with 

her mother. 

2574. Chauncey Armstrong, b. Shoreham, 
Vt., 23 July, 1793, m. 5 Sept., 1812, Polly Griswold, b. 2 

Oct., 1793, d. 27 Nov.. [873. 

Mr. l'lulps settled in St. Lawrence Co.. N. Y.. where he 
I 10 Dec, 1873. 

Children, b. St. Lawrence Co.. N. V.: 

05. I. Eleanor (Armstrong), b. 23 May, 1813, m. 
Pennock. Re-. Dakota. 2 sons. 

5306. II. Margaret (Armstrong) b. 2 May, 1815, m. 

Feb. 35, 1832, William Bronson. Had 5 
children. 

3307. III. Henry 0. Armstrong), b. 7 Feb., iM6,d. 

Ogdensburgh, X. Y.. [865, m. Had 4 chil- 
dren. 

5508. IV. Fidelia (Armstrong) b. 27 Jan., 1821, d. Og- 
densburgh, unm. 

3309. V. Margaret Kli/.a (Armstrong), b. 3 Oct.. 1824, 

m. Fairbanks : tied in Indiana. 

Had 3 children. 

3310. VI. George (Armstrong), b. 16 Jan.. 1830, d. 23 

Feb.. 1873, unm. 



Seven /h Generation. 555 

5511. VII. Emily (Armstrong), b. 11 Feb., 1832, m, Sul- 

yer. Had 3 children. 

5512, VIII. Wright (Armstrong), b. 12 May, 1838, m. 



Latlen. Had 1 .son. Res. Homer, X. Y. 

'!.">?(>. Chester Armstrong, b. Shoreham, 
Vt., 19 May, 1796. m. Eunice Smith, 23 May, 1820. She was 
daughter of Apollos and Eunice (Wallace) Smith, and was b. 
Ackworth, N. H., 18 Sept., 1803, d. in Michigan, 23 April, 
[888. By her he had no issue. 

Mr. Armstrong settled in Lansing, Mich., where he died 29 
May, 1875, 

Children by 1st wife : 

5513. I. Clarissa (Armstrong), b. Hopkinton, N. Y., 

18 July, 1823, m. 1st Gillas Iuckwire. 2nd 
David Gould. 
+ 5514. II. Rev. Charles Solon (Armstrong), b. Parish- 

vide, N. V., 4 Sept., 1826, m. twice. 

5515. III. George Adgate (Armstrong), b. Chesterfield, 

N. Y., 27 August, 1830, m, Ada P. Haven, 
Aug., 1 86 1. 

5516. IV. Dr. Charles Truman (Armstrong), b. Peru, 

N. Y., 1 Feb., 1833, m, Lucy L. LaSeun. 
She d. 21 March, 1889. 

'2578. Ransom S. Armstrong, b. Shoreham, 
Vt., 30 July, 1799. m. 20 Sept., 1820, Esther Minor Page, b. 
Cornwall, Vt., 12 August, 1799, d. 12 Oct.. 1841. 

Mr. Armstrong in. 2nd, Mary M. Church, 19 Dec, [841, at 
West Haven, Yt. 

Mr. Armstrong first settled in Shoreham, Yt.. and from 
there removed to West Haven, Yt., and later to Lawton, 
Mich., where he died 13 August, 1863. 

Children, by first wife : 

55 T 7- L Emily J. (Armstrong), b. Shoreham, N. Y., 

21 Nov., 1S21, 111. J. B. Clair, Nov. 1840. 
She d. 24 Dec, 1846. 
+ 5518. II. Mary A. (Armstrong), b. Shoreham. N. Y 

21 Sept., 1823, 111, Orange Stephens. 



jj 6 Sc i } en th (icn e ra Hon . 

5519. III. Margaret A. (Armstrong), b. Shoreham, N. 

Y., 5 April, 1825, d. young. 

5520. IV. Elretheria A. (Armstrong), b. vShoreham. X. 

V.. 28 Feb.. LS27. m. William G. Anderson, 
of West Haven, Yt., 6 April, 1S44. 

5521. V. Helen (Armstrong), b. Shoreham, X, V., 24 

Sept., [832, m. James L. Wilcox, 17 Sept., 
1 855, at Marshall, Mich. 

5522. VI. Arlotta (Armstrong), b. Shoreham, X. Y.. 10 

Oct., [835, '1. 21 March, 1841. 

5523. \ II. Kmniet A. (Armstrong), b. Shoreham, X. V., 

i<> July. 1837, d. 11 Feb., [839. 

5524. VIII. Eliza A. (Armstrong), b. West Haven, Yt.. 5 

August, 1841, d. Oct., . 

Children, by 2nd wife: 

5525. IX. Elena L. (Armstrong), b. Wi^t Haven, Yt., 

17 Sept., 1845, m. 7 March, 1877, Hazzard 
Crouch. 
5^26. X. Cordelia B. (Armstron West Haven, Vt., 

5 May. 1N47, m. [st Charles W, Gee, 2nd, 
Josiah O. Beck. 
+ 5527. XI. Ransom S. (Armstrong), b. West Haven, Vt., 
25 August, 1850, m. Laura K, VanPelt. 

2580. Spencejr Armstrong, b. Shoreham, 
\"t., > April, 1805, m. Clarinda Stephens, 28 Feb.. [825. She 
was daughter of Susannah Phel 1 Cyrus Stephens, and 

was b. Underhill, Yt.. 1806, died Troy, Minn. 2 Oct.. 1 >j6. 
Sec No. 2560. 

Mr. Armstrong settled in Shoreham, Yt.. where his children 
were all born. Late in life he removed to 5 tries, Minn,, 

where he died 7 June. 1 387. 

Children, b. Shoreham. Yt.: 

552 I. Orville S. (Armstrong), b. 24 May. [829, m. 

Lucia M. Barnum. in Bridgeport. Yt., 31 

Jan., 1854, d. 1 2th Jan., 1889, at Haton^ 

Minn. 
5529. II. Laura G. (Armstrong), b. 3 Dec., 1S30, m. 

Stephen Souther, 30 Nov., 1S50. 



Seven fh Generation. 55J 

5530. III. Henry R. (Armstrong), b. 15 August, 1832, 

111. Hattie Coffin, 22 Sept., 1863. 

5531. IV. Anson A. (Armstong), b. 19 Dec., 1835, m. 

Marion Towner, and d. 19 Oct., 1867. 

5532. V. Ellie P. (Armstrong) b. 26 Dec, 1839, m. 

Edwin Thompson, Dec, 1857. 

5533. VI, Martha R. (Armstrong), b. 25 Dec, 1842, m. 

Henry Broughton, 18 Jan., 1861 

5534. VII. Hattie H. (Armstrong), b. 21 May, 1845, m. 

Henry Titus, 2 Dec, 1864. Res, Rocheste: , 
Minn. 
5535- VIII. Sarah E., (Armstrong), b, 23 Sept., 1847, m. 
Birney Crovath, March, 1X66. He d. 1874, 
She m. Sidney Maynard of Troy, Minn. 

•-'581. Dr. David Wm, Armstrong, b. Shore- 
ham, Vt., 13 August, 1807. m. 12 April, 1830, Sarah M. Tread- 
way, b. 5 Sept.. 1809, d. at Parma, Midi., 5 Nov., 1856. 

Dr. Armstrong graduated at college and studied medicine, 
and settled in Parma, Mich. He has resided at Peru and 
Ansable Forks, X, V., and West Haven, Vt., where he had 
practiced medicine. He died in Parma, Mich,, 7 July, 1869. 

Children : 

5536. I. James B. (Armstrong), b. Peru, X. V., 3 

July, 1832, m. Louisa Hoag, at Peoria, 111., 
25 July, i860. Res., Shenandoah, la. 

5537- H. Daniel Mansell (Armstrong), b. Shordiam, 

Vt., 24 Jan., 1830, d. Peoria, III., 30 
August, 183 1. 

553-. III. Sarah Ann (Armstrong), b. Ausable Forks, 
X. V., 5 Feb., 1835, m. Geo. M. Lewis, at 
Detroit, Mich., 27 Nov., 1854. Res. Chel- 
sea, Mich. 

5539. IV. Ellen Albana (Armstrong), b. Ausable Forks. 

X. Y., 4 Jan., 1838, m. Trumbull C. Lovell, 
at Jackson, Mich., 5 Oct., 1835. She d. 7 
Nov., 1 880. 

5540. V. John (Armstrong), b. Ausable F< rks X. V., 

8 Oct., 1836, d. Paris. X. Y., 28 Oct,. 1837. 



554.' 



55 (< ? Seventh Generation. 

5541. VI. Hliza S. (Armstrong), b. Ausable Forks, X. 

Y., 27 March, 1839, d. 1 April, 1839. 
xS4-- VII. Alanson ( Armstrong) , b. West Haven, Vt., 4 
*| Ma>-, [841, and d. 18 August, [841. 

\IIi. v David (Armstrong), b. West Haven, Vt., 4 
August, 1842, in, Mary C. Coltou . at Elk- 
hart, Iihi., 12 July, 1868, andd. 21 July, [884. 

5544. IX. Rolla Silas (Armstrong), 1.. West Haven, Vt., 

July, 1N44. in. Eliza Maria Goodell, 3] 
Res. Chelsea, Mich. 

5545. X. Olive Melissa (Armstrong), b. West Haven, 

Vt., 12 May, 1^1-7, m. Sidney M. Heath, at 
( ral ; i ; May [866. Res. How- 

ard, South Dakota. 
46. XI. Ulla C. (Arm; |, b. West Haven, Vt., 

14 May, 1883, d, 28 May, [884. 

2582. Elliot Orlando Armstrong, b. Shoi 

m, Yt., 22 March, 1812, 111. 10 Dec. 1838, Susannah 
Cooper, b. Constable, X. V.. :o June, 1816, d. Mich., 14 Nov., 
[855. 

He 111. 2nd, 21 Ma: 12, Susannah Donnelly, b. JefTer- 

SOU Co.. Ohio, 5 July, 1 s 2 1 . Mr. Armstrong resided in 
Shoreham, Yt., Constable, X. Y., and Sandstone. Mich. 

Children : 

5^47. I. Elmira E, (Armstrong) 1>, Shoreham, Yt.,11 

Jul 
554 II. Lumau W. . Shoreham. \*t .17 

April, 1S41. m. Maria Van Hooker, at 
Rochester, X. Y. 
5549. III. Lucy Ann (Armstrong), b. C01 X. Y.. 

April, 1843, m. Daniel F. Roe to D 
[878. 
55= IV. Elvira E. (Armstrong), b. Shoreham, Yt,, 17 

April, 1 8 4 s . 
551. V. George W. " b. Shoreham. Yt.. 2 

Dec. 1848, m. Harriet J. French. 
5552. VI, Mansell O. ( Armstrov. Sandstone, Mich., 

12 Jan.. 1851, m. Mary A. Raynor, 51 Dec. 
76. Re.-. Holt. Mich. 



£__f\A*fe" 



Seventh Generation. j^y 

Child by 2nd wife : 

5553- VII. Ida B. (Armstrong), b. Windsor, Mich., 29 
April. 1864, d. 15 June, 1864. 

2584. L/uman Webster, b. Stockholm, x. Y., 

about 1S10, m. , He settled in Crystal Lake, Minn., and 

d. there. 

Child : 

5554. I, Sarah (Webster), 111. David Delano. Res. 

Crystal Lake. Minn. 

2585. Alvah P. Webster, b. Stockholm, X. 
Y., 30 July, 1812, 111. 11 Sept., 1833, Adaline Holmes, who d. 
in Hamilton. Dak., Dec. 20, 1888. 

Mr, Webster settled in Jamestown, Dak., where he d. 4 

Children, b. Jamestown; Dak, 
I. Emeline (Webster), b. 15 May, 1 s 3 7 , d. May 

29, 1892. m. William Riley. 
II. Benjamin H. (Webster), b. 28 Xov., 183s, 111. 
1st, Priscilla Lefever, 2nd, Ada Bapter. 
Settled in Minneapolis. Minn. 

III. Henry S. (Webster) b. 7 Jan., 1845, m. Julia 
Phelps. See Xo. 5498. 

IV. Alvah P. (Webster), b. 6 August, 1853, res 

Grasston, Xo. Dak. 
5559- V. Adeline A. (Webster), b. 26 Jan., 1857, m. 

19. Oct., 1887, Samuel J. Taylor, Settled 
in Saint Thomas, Xo. Dak, 

'2590. Alaxsox Phei.ps, b. Orwell. Vt., 5 
March, 1804, in. Philanna Bacheldore, 7 March, 1827. She 
d. 13 Nov.,. 1854. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father in [821, to Hopkinton, 
X. Y.. where he married and settled, and married 2nd wife, 
Lydia Newbury. 

Child, by rst wife : 

5560. I. Emily, b. Hopkinton, X. Y., 2 March, [828, 

m. Carlos Chittenden. Res. Hopkinton. 
Has 3 children. 



Xov., 1 


88 


5555- 




555 6 - 




5557- 




555 8 - 





ido 



Seventh Generation . 



Children, by 2nd wife : 

5561. II. Alanson, b. Hopkinton, X. Y., 7 Feb., 1856, 

d. 28 July, 1 1 

5562. III. Warren \\\, b. Hopkinton, X. Y., 2 April, 

i8< 

25911 William S. Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 26 
Jan., 1806, in. Laura Palmer. 2 Jan., 1830. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Orwell, \'t., and had fifteen children. 

Children, b. Orwell, Vt.: 

55 I. Cordelia, b. 14 Jan., [831, in. Lorenzo At- 

wood. Re>. Orwell Yt. Had two chil- 
dren. 

556 II, Caroline, b. 21 Sept., [832, m. David Lan- 

don. Res. Orwell, Yt. Had two sons and 
one daughter. 

5565. III. Pauline S., b. 19 Dec., 1833, d. at birth. 

5566. IY. Emeline K., b. 29 Sept., 1835. 

5567. V. Sarah M., b. ro March, 1837, 

5368. VI. William II., b. 10 Jan., 1839, d. 12 Jan., 1839. 

55'59, VII. Laura Jane, b. 14 March, 1840. 

YIH. William H., b. 23 May. iS 4 i,d. 1 Sept., 1S42. 

3571 IX. James H., b. 18 Aug., 1N42, d. 17 Sept., 1 

5572. X. Lucy J. !>.. b. 19 Dec, 1844. d. 10 Nov., 1848. 

5573. XI. Myron A., b. 3 Jan., is 47 , d. 3 July, 
3374. XII. Allen P., b. 21 Jan., [849, d. 26 April, 
3373. XIII. Avon H., b. 25 April, [851, d. 10 Jan.. 1 

3376. XIY. Herbert, b. 1 Aug., 18 

3377. XY. Lillie, b. 17 March, 1856. 

2592. Lucy M. Phi ;.ps,b. Orwell. Vt.,7 Nov., 
[807, m benjamin F. Nay, at Hopkinton, X, Y., 31 Dec, 
;8. 

'.tied in Hopkinton. X. Y. She d. 27 Jan., i8« 

Children, b. Hopkinton, X. Y. 

55; I. Celinda E. (Nay) b. 19 Any;., 1S29, d. 5 Mar,, 

4-- 
^79. II. Jacob P. " b. 18 March, 1831, m. Mary 

Rig 







Seventh 


Generation. 561 


558o. 


III. 


Lucy W. (N 


ay) 


b. 9 March, 1833, m. Conrad 
Nelson. 


558i. 


IV. 


Helen M. 


i < 


b. 26 Dec, 1834, m. Elan- 
don Richard. Had two 
daughters. 


5582. 


V. 


Lucinda E. 


1 < 


b. 8 Feb., 1837, m. Lucius 
Kempton. Had 2 daugh- 
ters. 


5583. 


VI. 


William H. 


* ( 


b. 22 June, 1839, d. 25 Oct., 
1839. 


5584- 


VII. 


Betsey F, 


1  


b. 1 Aug., 1840. 


5585- 


VIII. 


Zelina P. 


< 1 


b. 4 June, 1843. 


5586. 


IX. 


Benjamin H. 


i t 


b. 5 July, 1846, d. 1852. 


5587. 


X. 


Mary 


< i 


b. 29 July, 1 85 1. 


5588. 


XI. 


William B. 


< 4 


b. 5 April, 1853. 



2595. Edwin O. Phelps, b. Orwell, Vt., 23 
April, 1813, m. Priscilla Dwinell, 25 Feb., 1S38. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father in 1821 to Hopkinton, 
N. Y., where he married and settled. 

Children, b. Hopkinton, N. Y.: 

5589. I. Lumon J,, b. 20 May, 1840. 

5590. II. Delia P., b. 12 Feb., 1842. 

5591. III. Celia, b. 16 March, 1846. 

5592. IV. Alice E., b. 23 August, 1850. 

2613. Luke Viets, b. Simsbury, Ct., 2 Aug., 
1780, m. 4 Jan., 1798, Abigail Phelps, b. 27 May, 1781, d. 16 
May, 183 1, dau. of Dea. Judah and Abigail (Bishop) Phelps. 
See No. 2692. 

Mr. Viets settled in Simsbury, Ct., where he died 30 April. 
1 821. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

I. Gervase (Viets), b. Feb. 4, 1800, m. Esther 

Phelps. 
II. Nancy Ann (Viets), b. July 3, 1801, m. War- 
ren Case. 
III. Charles (Viets), b. March 12. 1803, d. March 
1, 1838, Ullffl, 



+ 5593 
+ 5594 
5595 
(36) 



^62 Seventh Generation. 

5596. IV. Orlando (Yiets), b. Aug. 14, 1805, d. Aug. 9,. 

[818. 

5597. V. Catharine (Yiets), b. Aug, 5, 1807, d. July. 

[809. 
+ 5598. VI. Henry \V. (Yiets), b. Sept. 2, 1809, in. Lucy 

King. 
+ 5599- VII. Abigail (Yiets), b. Aug. 6. 1811, m. Eaton 

Phelps 1 st. 
5600. VIII. Ansel (Yiets), b. March 27. 1814, m. Sarah 

Root. Had son Gervase. 
+ 5601. IX. Jane (Yiets). b. Ma\ 9, [816, m. Eaton 

Phelps 2nd. 
+ 5602. X. Emeline (Viets), 1). Feb. 2. 1818, in. Orwell 

P. Case, of Hartford, Ct. 
56o,v XI. Anioret (Yiets). b. Feb. 3. [821, m. — — . 

'-MU-1-. John Yikts. b. Simsbury, Ct., 1 March, 

[782, m. Abigail Eno. She was b. Simsbury, Ct.. 28 Feb., 
1785, where she d. 20 Dec [8 

Mr. Viets settled in Simsbury, Ct.. where he d. 11 Oct., 

[857. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

560 I. John J. (Viets), b. 22 Sept. [806, m. Jane 

Wadsworth, 
5603b. II. Imlay B. (Viets), b. 19 Dec. 1808, m. Julia 

A. Hart, 2nd. Angeline Hart. 
5604. III. Lavina Abirah >, b. 20 April. 1810, m. 

Almira Pratt. 
05. IV. Chauncey Eno (Viets), b. 3 Oct., 1812, m. 

unison. 2nd, Nancy Mooney. 
5 6( V. Jam.- Rollins (Viets), b. 20 .Sept.. 1821, m. 

Cordelia T. Rous 
07. VI. Adeline May (Viets), b. 19 Feb., 1819, m. 

Edwai ; Bowers. 

2618. George Viets, b. Simsbury, Ct., 22 
Jan., 1790, m. Charlotte Rice. 

Mr, Yiets settled in Sim-bury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 



Seventh Generation. 563 

560S. I; George Watson (Yiets), b. 1809, m. Delia 

King. 

5609. II. Allen (Yiets), m. Lorena Smith. 

5610. III. Esther Keziah (Yiets), m. Dr. Hiram Preston. 

"2021. Lyman Phelps, b, Granby, Ct., 19 Jan., 
1784—5, m. Sophia Holcomb, 1809. She was daughter of Alex- 
ander and Eunice Holcomb, and was b. Simsbury, Ct., 30 May, 
1790, and d. Williamsfield, Ohio, 8 May, 1875. Mr. Phelps 
was a farmer. He resided in Granby, Ct., where his five chil- 
dren were born, removing to Williamsfield, Ohio, where he 
died 9 Ma\\ 1875. 

Says their son, Truman O. Phelps: "My father and 
mother lived to be 86 and 90 years old and died only twenty- 
two hours apart, and were buried in one grave. They liv 
and kept house together for sixty-six years 

Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 

+ 561 1. I. Ann M., b. 2 April, 1810, m. Asaph Gris- 

wold. 
+ 5612. II. Truman O., b, 15 August, 1813, m. Caroline 

Gardner. 
+ 5613. III. Mary, b. 12 May, 1817, m. twice. 
+ 5614. IY. Lyman H., b. 29 March, 1825, m. Charlotte 

Leonard. 

5615. V. Sophia M., b. 30 May, 1832, d. num. 6 Feb., 

1876, in Williamsfield, Ohio. 

2631. Eli Phelps, b. East Granby, Ct., about 
1782. Early in life, with his brothers, removed to Xew York 
State near Utica. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He resided near Utica, X. Y., 
up to about 1823, when he removed to Oakland Co.. Mich., 
and settled on a farm about one mile north of his brother Guy, 
who had removed there a year or so previous. 

Children, b. near Utica, X. Y.: 

5616. I. Martin. 

5617. II, William. 

5618. III. Charles. 



564 Seventh Generation. 

2632. Guv Phelps, b. East Granby. Ct., 14 
Feb., 17S6, removed when young to Utica, X. Y., with his 

brother. He m. Elizabeth . 

Mr. Phelps kept a hotel in Utica. N. Y., up to 182 1, when 
he met with heavy losses, caused by endorsing. He sold his 
property, and with what he had left purchased a farm in Oak- 
land Co., Mich., where he removed, and where his brother 
Eli soon followed him. Here he died 24 May, 1853. 

Children: 

5619. I. George D., b. Utica, N. Y.. t8 Feb., 1817. 

5620. II. Zaccheus, b. 14 June, 1S1 

5621. III. Sarah Ann. 1). " 6 April, 1820. 
22. IV. Agnes E., b. Oakland Co., Mich., 24 Nov., 

1821. 
5623. V. William R., b. " " '* 16 Feb., 

1825, d. 13 Feb., 1 S3 1. 
4-5624. YI. Arthur C. b. Oakland Co., Mich., 23 Jan., 
1828. m. . 

5625. VII. Celestia, b. Oakland Co., Mich., 29 Nov., 

1, d. 24 Feb., 1837. 

5626. VIII. Henry M., b. Oakland Co., Mich., 4 Nov., 

1834. d. 20 Jan., 1852. 

2638. Spencer Phelps, b. Northampton, Ma- 
4 Sept., 1 7^7, m. Anna Harris, b. 26 Dec, 1807, d. North- 
ampton. Mass.. 13 Oct.. 1873. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mas>.. where he d. 15 
April. 1873. 

Children, b. Northampton. Ma^.. 

+ 5627. 1. George Spencer b. 6 Aug., 1824. m. Frar. 

A. Clapp. 
5628. II. FZdward Harris, b. 29 Oct., 1826, d. 11 April, 

+ 5629. III. Anna Maria, b. 13 March, 1829, m. Enos 

Wright. 
-F5630. IY. Edward Harris, b. 5 August, 1S31, m. Sarah 

A. Cobb. 
5631. Y. Martha Miranda, b. 20 Dec. 1833. 



Seventh (feneration. 565 

5632. VI. Henry Strong, b. 25 July, 1836, num., d. iS 
Oct, , 1864, in Union army. Supposed to have 
d. in Southern prison. 

5633. VII. Charles William, b. 26 Dec., 1838, d. 2 July, 

'■ s 57. 

5634. VIII. Lewis Munroe, b. 22 August, 1841. 

2641. Ebenezer Phelps, b. Northampton, 
8 Aug., 1802, m. 27 Nov., 1S25, Mary Austin, b. 

Northampton, Mass., 12 Feb., 1806, d. 27 Dec, 1880. * 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass., where he d. 12 
June, 1872. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

5635. I. Elsie Austin, b. 28 Oct., iS2b. 

5636. II. Mary Jane, b. 29 July, 1S28. 

5637. III. Margaret S., b. 25 April, 1833. 

5638. IV. Ebenezer Austin, b. 23 August, 1835, d. 21 

June, 1865, unm. 

5639. V. Caroline, b. 10 Feb., 1838. 

5640. VI. Thomas, b. 23 Maw 1841, d. 23 Aug., 1841. 

5641. VII. Harriett, b. 21 April, 1843. , 

5642. VIII. Benjamin, b. 12 June, 1850. 

2642. Charles Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mas^., 26 July, 1804, in. 1st Sarah Jane Dunham. Hem. 
2nd Widow Lydia E. Walker, 15 Jan., 1840. 

No record of children by 2nd marriage. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Northampton, Mass, where he 
resided up to time of his 2nd marriage, when he removed to 
Columbus, Mass., where he died suddenly in 1S40. 

Children, by 1st wife : 

5643. I. Keziah Jane, b. Northampton, Mass. 

5644. II. Sarah Miranda, b. 

2644-. Chester Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 14 Oct., 1807, m. 24 May, 1832, Sarah Wright, b. 
Northampton, Mass., 30 Jan., 180S, where she died 18 Feb., 
1865. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Northampton, Mass., where he died 
27 Jan., 1867. 



j66 Seventh Generation. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

5645. I. Sarah Wright, b. 12 March, 1833, d. 17 Feb., 

1856, mini, 

5646. II. Francis Augustus, b. 23 August, 1836, m. 

Martha J. Clapp, 12 Jan., [859, 

5647. III. John Chester, b. 29 Jan., 1839, d. 17 August, 

184* '. 
+ 5648. IV. Charles Wright, b. 3 August, 1841, m. Ade- 
line M. Yolk. 
+ 5649. V. John Chester, b. 5 May. [844, m. Harriett 

Brown. 
; '>30. VI. Cornelia Nancy, b. 17 August, [849, d. 2 

Sept., 1853. 
5651. VII. William Franklin, b. 8 June, 1S32, m. Sa 
I.. Hastings, of So. Deerfield, 16 July, 1 

'J()4T. Phebe Phelps, b. Northampton, Mass., 
_■ 1 Mi 812, in. 26 April, 1836, William K. Wright, b. 

Northampton. Mass.. where he now resides. 

His wife Phebe d. 23 Oct., [878. By her he had four 
children. 

He m. 2nd, widow Keziah William.s. sister of li i-> 1st wife. 
By her lie had no issue. See No, 2M4X. 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 
3652. 1. William Henry (Wright), b. 4 May. 184.1, d. 

- i July, 1 S3 1. 
653. II. Elizabeth Pomeroy " b. is July, 1*47, 

m. Edward S. Nile- <>r Hill. 
5654 HI. Mary Phelps (Wright), b. 3 Oct., [849, d. 3 

August, [853. 
.55. IV. Caroline Ellen " b. 28 March, 1854, d. 

22 July, 1S56. 

2648. Keziah Miranda Phelps, b. North- 
ampton, Mass., (1 April, 1M4, m. 7 May, 1835, Anson Wil- 
liams, b. Northampton, Mass., where he settled and d. 
July. 18; 

His widow, Keziah, married for 2nd husband, William K. 
Wright. His 1st wife was her sister Phebe. By his 2nd wife 
he had no issue. 



Seventh Generation. 567 

Children, b. Northampton, Mass.: 

5656. I. Catharine Miranda (Williams) b. 28 June. 1840. 

5657. II. James Francis " b. 22 June, 1853. 

264-i). John Phelps, b. Northampton, Mass 

about 1797, m. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Rochester, N. Y. Res. No. 5, John- 
sou Park, Rochester, N. Y. 

Children, b. Rochester, N. Y. : 

5658. I. 

5659. IP 

'2652. Asa Austin Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., about 1804. 

Mr. Phelps appears to have settled in Gates, Monroe Co., 
N. Y., where he d. in Sept., 1887, in his 83rd y^-ar. 

Children, b. Gates, N. Y. : 

+ 5660. I. James E., b. 3 Sept., 1848, m. PhebeA. Gage. 

5661. II. Thomas Henry, b. 

5662. III. Mary E., b. 

5663. IV. Adie, b. 

2054. Frederick Phelps, b. Northampton, 
Mass., 12 April 1808, m. Jael J. Shoals, Jan., 1833. She was 
daughter of Joseph and Naomi (Henry) Shoals and was b. 
Chester. Mass., removed to Easthampton, Mass., 5th year of 
age, where she d. about 1870. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Easthampton, Mass., where his child- 
ren were born. He d, at Springfield, Mass., Oct., £888, at 
the house of his daughter. 

Children, b. Easthampton, Mass.: 

+ 5664, I. Charles F., b. 28 Oct., 1833,111. twice. 

+ 5665. II. Emma D., b. 8 Oct., 1835, m. David H. 

Thayer. 
+ 5666. III. Phebe A., b. 12 July, 1837, m. Lemuel Tuttle. 
5667. IV. Andrew H., b. 1 May, 1842, m. Helen Phelps 

of Northampton, Mass., and settled in Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 
566S. V. William L., b. 8 Oct., 1853, d. uum. 



568 Seventh Generation. 

2651). Joseph Edward Phelps, b. Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 6 Jan., 1805, m, Ursula Wright, at Easthampton, 

Mass., 9 Nov., 1826. She was daughter of and Achsah 

(Clark) Wright and was b. Easthampton, Mass.. 22 Sept.. 
1806, d. Aurora. 111., 28 June, 1876. 

Mr. Phelps, on marrying in [826, removed from Northamp- 
ton. Mass., to Bolivia, X. Y. In 1844 he removed to Ohio, 
and from there to Brecksville, and thence to Kirtland, Ohio, 
then to Avon, 111., and last to Minneapolis, Minn., where he 
d. 18 March After leaving Northampton, Mass., he 

never returned East. He was a farmer. 

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

5669. I. Joseph, b. about 1827, drowned 1 July, [843. 

5670. II. Achsah. b. 1828, d. [850, nnm. 

5671. III. Daniel, b. 1833, d. 1 July, 1843, drowned. 

+ 5672. IV. Edward Joseph, b. Brecksville, Ohio. 17 Jan.. 
1845, 1U - Louisa A. Richards. 

2673. Roswbll Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 14 
May, 1704.ui- Chloe Holcomb, 1787. She was daughter of 
Hezekiah and Chloe (Pmney) Holcomb, and was b. Granby, 
Ct., 16 Nov.. [767, d. Enfield C.t., 25 June. [855. Mr. 
Phelps settled in Granby, Ct.. where he d. July, [805. He 
s a farmer. 

Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 
+ 5 < I. Roswell Homer, b. 21 April. 1788, m. Lydia 

Gay. 
74. II. Chloe. 

5675. III. Orson, b. about 1794, d. 12 Oct 

Granby. 

5676. IV. Jnlia, b. 1796, d. young. 

•2(>74. Dkborah Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 14 
Sept., 1765. m. Fitz John Allyn. 21 April, :; 
Children, b. Windsor. Ct.: 
56- I. Fitz John (Allyn), b. 1 March. 1788, d. 25 

Jan.. 1825. 
5678 II. Sarah b. 5 Dec, 1790. 

5679. III. Benjamin ' - b. 2 1 July, 1; 



Seventh Generation. 569- 

56S0. IV. Sidney Buckland (Allyn), b. 15 Nov., 1795.' 

5681. V Louisa, (Allyn), b. 7 .May, 1798. 

56' ■- VI. Caudace b. 24 May 1801. 

3083: VII. Amelia b. 10 Nov., 1805. 

5684. VIII. Elizabeth " b. July, 1804. 

•>(>?7. Abiah Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., Sept. 
29, 1 7 7 = , d. Williamsfield O. , Dec. 29, 1872, m, May 4, 181 
Elias Morse, b. Worthington, Mass., April 0, 1776. d. Wil- 
liamsfield, Ohio, Dec. 26, 1856, son of Samuel and Eunice 
(Brown) Morse, of Preston, Conn., and Worthington, Mass, 
He was descended from Anthony Morse, who came in the 
ship James to Boston, Mass.. June 3, 1635. 

Mr. Morse emigrated to the Western Reserve, Ohio, in 
1807. on horseback, and was the founder of Methodism in that 
part of the Reserve. He was ordained an Elder in the M. E. 
church by Bishop Hedding in 1826. He was appointed post 
master in 18 12 and served 30 years. 

Children, b. Williamsfield, O., except first three. • 

5685. I. Milton (Morse), b. Feb. 18, 1804, d. July 9, 

1829, unm. 
+ 56 II. Osman Phelps (Morse) b. Worthington Mass., 

Jan., 26, 1806, m. Charlotte Hayes. 
+ 5? III. Benjamin Franklin (Morse), b. Worthington, 

Mass., Sept., is, 1809, m. Elizabeth House. 
5688. IV. Maria Iyouisa (Morse), b. August 9, 1813, d. 

August 9, 1892, unm. 
+ 5089. V. Mary Emeline (Morse), b. April 29. - m. 

Marcus Bacon. 

2678. Hannah E. Phelps, b. Granby, Ct.. 
May 18, [778, d. Oct. n, 1824, m. — , Micah Griffin, b. 
1775, d. August 5, 1827, son of Capt. Micah and The 
Phelps. 

Resided in Granby, Ct. 

Children, b. East Granby. Ct.: 

5690. I. Dan (Griffin), b. , d. . 

+ 569] II. Harriet b. August 24, 1801, m. David 

Smith. 



_Syo Seventh Generation. 

5692. III. Emily (Griffin), b. 1805, d. Springfield, Mass., 

May 26, 1841, unin, 
+ 5693. IV. William Riley (Griffin), b. 1808, in. — . Gross. 
5694. V. Aralza (Griffin), b. 181 r, d. West Suffield, 

Ct., March 16, 1875. 

2679. Mary Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., Oct. 23, 
1783, d. March 2, [862, m. Nov. 7, [804, Yiranns Stevens, b. 

, d. May i 1. 1859, son of Dea. Phineas and Mercy (Root) 

Stevens. 

Resided in West Suffield, Ct. 

Childrc 

+ 5695. I. Hannah Eliza (Stevens), b. August 20, 1805, 

m. John H. Sheldon. 
5696. II. Edwin Phelps (Stevens), b, June 15, 1808, d. 

August ig, 1 n 7 ^ . in. Dec, 28, 1852, Polly 
Amelia Colton, who d. Dec. 17. 1892, aged 
71 . No issue 
+ 561 III. Mary Ann (Stevens), b, Oct. 12. 1810, m. 

Win. H. Bates. 
IV. Harriet E. (Stevens), b. Dec. t8, 1817, d. 
Dec. 6, 1 3 
5699, V. William A. (Stevens), b. Oct. 6, [819, d, Oct. 

13. 1819. 
I 5700. VI. Abiah Emeline (Stevens), b April n, iS 
m. Luther Griffin. 

2681. Eunice Phelps, b. Suffield. Ct.. 2 Dec, 
1766, probably m. 2^ May, 1794, Gordon Filley, son of 
Jonathan and Sarah (Butler) Filley. He was b. Windsor, Ct.. 
7 Aug., 1769. 

Mr. Filley resided on the old homestead, Windsor," Ct, 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

I. Gordon (Filley), b. 6 Oct., 1795, m. Polly 
Crampton. 
702, II. Timothy Bishop (Filley), b. 2 Nov., 1796, m. 

Susan E. Latimer. 
+ 5703. III. Edwin (Filley), b. 1768, m. Elizabeth White. 
+ 5704. IV Walter (Filley), b. 1S00, in. Nancy Eno. 



Seventh Generation. $jr 

"*" 57°5- ^ • Eunice (Filley), b. 26 April, 181 1, m. Lucius 

Newbury. 

2690. Moses Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 26 Sept. , 
1789, m. Anna Brown, b. 1788, living in 1862, with her son 
Gurdon in LaCrosse, Wis. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Suffield, Ct., soon after marrying 
he removed with his father to Broome, Schoharie Co., N. Y., 
living there five years, then removing to Hillsdale, N. Y. , 
where he left his family, and has never been heard of since, 
and leaving two children. Hi^ wife later m. Samuel Baker 
and had six children. He d. and she married James \Y, Wile, 
He d. in two years, and she m. David Robinson. 

Children : 

3706. I. Lois, b. lived to be 35, m. Samuel Clark. 

Settled in Penn. 
5707. II. Chester, b. lived to be 33, m. Margaret De- 

Silva. 
+ 57 III. Gurdon, b. 5 Feb., 181 1, in. Sarah Laman. 

'2GWJ. Israel Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 20 
Oct.. 1782, in. May, 1806, Mercy Stevens. She 

daughter of Phinea^ and Mercy (Root) Stevens, and was b. 
Suffield, Ct., 26 Feb., 1785. She m. for 2nd husband, 
Claudius L. Collins. By him she had no issue. She d. in 
Granby, Ct., 24 Nov.. 1859. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Granby, Ct.. where he resided up to 
1815, when he removed to Suffield, Ct., where he d. 3 June. 

7- 

Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 

5709. I. Mercy Maria, b. 7 August [807, d. 23 Jul' 

1843, num. 

+ 3710. II. Emily, b, 1 June, 1809, ur Josiah Rockwood. 

+ 5711. III. Israel Cromwell, b. 3 July, [8n, m. Teresa 
Rising. 

+ 5712. IV. Julia Ann, b. 26 April, 1814, m. Josiah Par- 
sous Kent. 

+ 5713. V. Rev. Sylvanus D., b. 15 May. 1816, m. Sophia 

Emeline Simsley. 



572 



Seven tli Generation. 



+ 5714, VI. Judscm Root, b. 17 July, 1818, m. Frances L. 
Xoble. 
5715. VII. Newell, b. 15 August, 1820, d. 16 Sept., 1822. 
+ 5716. VIII. Appollos Newell, b. 2 August, 1822, m. Sarah 
B. Ketcham. 

Note — Suffield records gives the birth of the last five chil- 
dren. 

2695. Apollos Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 3 
Feb., 1786, in. 9 May, 1809, Rhoda Griffin. She d. Suffield, 
Ct., 9 March, 1840. He m. 2nd, April 9, [842, Martha 
Griffin, a neice of his 1st wi 

Mr Phelps settled in Granby, Ct., where he died 3 D< 
[878. 

Children, b. Suffield. Ct.. by 2nd wii 

5717. I. Joseph A., b. 30 Jan., 1843, d. 6 April, 1882, 

uniii. 
+ 5718. II. Judah A., b. 6 Feb., [845, 111. Ellen C. Car- 

men. 
+ 5719. III. Rhoda, b. 25 April. 1847, m. Jason B. Viets. 
572 IV. Harriett, b, 22 Nov., [849, m. John Laflect, 

18 Dec, [871. Shed. 7 July, 1880. 
21. V. Sarah A., b. 16 Dec. 52, d. 7 July. 187 

num. 
+ 57 VI. Mary J., b. 22 August, [855, m. John B. 

Cannon. 

5723. VII. Susannah, b. 19 April. 1. 22 May. [875, 

unni. 

'>(\ l M\. Betsey Phelps, b. Granby. Ct.. 28 
April, 1788, 111. 1816, Justus Steve.;-, son of Phineas and 
Mercy (Root) Stevens and brother of the wife of Israel Phelps, 
No. 2693. His wife, Betsey, died 5 Jan., 1821. 

Children : 

5724. I. (Stevens). 

25- II. 

5726. III. 

:><>!>?. Beulah Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct.. 21 
Feb., 1790, m. Jan 1, 1812, Dan Yiets. son of Capt. Abner and 
Mary Viets, and b. Sinisbury. Ct., 17 Oct., 1783. Settled in 



Seventh Generation . 



573 



East Granby, Ct,, where he died 20 Dec., 1866. His wife 
Beulah died there 6 Feb., 1862. 



+ 5727 
5728 

+ 57-*' 

+ 5730 
+ 5731 

+ 5732 

+ 5733 

+ 5734 

+ 5735 



Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 

I. Mary Louisa (Viets), b. 15 Feb., 1813, m. 

Lemuel Holcomb. 
II. Anna Samantha " b. 3 Feb., 1815, m. Azo- 

la Griffin. 
" b. 17 August, 1816, in. 

Richard Griffin. 

b. 1 Jan., 181 S, m. twice. 
" b. 20 Sept., 181 9, m. 

Henrietta L- Webster. 
" b. 2 Feb., 1823, m. Car- 
oline E. Rowley. 
" b. 11 Nov., 1824, m. 

twice. 
" b. 6 Feb., 1827, m. 

twice 
TX. Benjamin Erskine b. 12 Jan., 1828, m. 

Anna Hubbard. 



III. Julia Ann, 

IV. Harriett Newell 
V. Apollos Phelps 

VI. Judah Dryden 

VII. Dan Alexander 

VIII. Joseph Franklin 



269S. Jaei. D. Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., Jan. 
1793, d. Williamsfield, Ohio, Sept. 17, 1881, m. August 
16, 1S14, Anson Morse, b. Worthington, Mass., Jan, 2, 1790, 
son of Elijah and Mary (Morse) Morse. He d. Oct, 12, 1880. 
Res. Williamsfield, Ohio. He served in War of 181 2, as a 
musician, from August 18 to Oct. 26, 1814, in the Conn, 
militia, under command of Jabez Collins. 

Children, b. Williamsfield. Ohio: 

5736. I. Maria (Morse), b. Feb. 29, 1815, d. 1S20. 

+ 5737. II. Sarah b. June 18, 18 17. m. twice. 

+ 5738. III. Judah " b. April 24, 1S19, m. Electa 

Bridgeman. 
+ 5739- IV. Maria b. Aug. 4. 182 1, m. James H. 

Phelps. 
+ 5740, V. Ansel Luke (Morse), b. F"eb. 15, 1823, m. 

three times. 
5741, 'VI. Rufus (Morse), b. Feb. 15, 1824. 



S7-I- Seventh Generation. 

+ 5742. VII. Aunis (Morse), b. Dec, 182- 111. Moses Bar- 
ber. 

+ 5743. VIII. Mary b. April 6, 1828, m. twice. 

5743a. IX. Apollas " 1). Dec., 1834. d. 1834. 

+ 5743b. X. Apollas b. Jul>- 8, 1836, m. Lucy A. 

Gilmore. 

"J701. Sally Phelps, b. Granby, Ct.. 14 
March, 1799, m. Bradley Alderman, 6 Dec. 1821. at Suffield. 
Ct. Settled in Castle Creek, X. Y., where he died. His 
widow. Sarah, was living in Castle Creek, X Y. 

r s her eighth child in - Sarah Phelps Alderman 

had 28 grand-children and md-children." 

Childr 

.^744. I. Bradley J. Alderman), 1>. Wot Springfield, 

Mass., 26 August, - m. E. Miranda 

Dimmick, June, 1S46. Re>. Castle Creek, 

X. V. 

745. II. Israel Phelps (Alderman), 1>. W. Spri 11 g field, 

24 July, 1S24, m. Caroline Griffin, 
23 Dec, 1S47. 
^746. III. Edward B. (Alderman), b. \V. Springfield, 
Mass., 5 April, 1826, m. Lydia Osborn, 6 
Jan., 1848. Res. Marion. Ohio. 
5747. IV. Sarah A. (Alderman), b. W. Spri; 

Mass., 6 Feb., 1828, m. Dexter Cunning- 
ham, 28 Maw 1850. Res. Ana: 
+ 5748. V. Einilj - Alderman), b. Castle C X.Y., 

March, 1830, m. Jason H. Payne. 
5749. VI. Talcot (Alderman), b. Castle Creek, X. Y.. 

17 May. 1832, m. Mary J. Dunham, 17 Jan., 
57. R. tie Cr^ek. X. V. 

VII. A I.. 1 Alderman), b. Cattle Creek. X". 

V.. 13 Sept., 1834. m. Henry H. Hosnier, 
13 Nov., 185 1. Res. Southwick, M 

5751. VIII. Judson (Alderman), b. Castle Creek. N. Y.. 

20 August, 1S36, m. Helen M. French of 
Binghamton, X. Y. 

5752. IX. E. Juliet (Alderman), b. Castle Creek, X. Y. 

8 Nov., 1838, in. Xewell Phelps Rockwell. 



Seventh Generation. 575 

5753. X. Fanny (Alderman), b. Castle Creek, N. Y., 

15 March, 1S42, d. 27 Jan., 1857 . 

270*2. Judah Dwight Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 
12 July, 1803, m. 15 Jan., 1825, Silas Wood, b. New Jersey. 

Mr. Wood first settled on the homestead of his wife's 
father in West Snffielcl, Ct., formerly Granby, Ct., where they 
resided for a few years, when they removed to Newark, N J 
He d. 28 Oct., 1840. 

Children : 

5754. I. Cicero (Wood), b. 

5755. II. William " b. 

5756. III. Daniel " b. 
3757 IV. Eliza " b. 

2703. Silas Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 3 Maw 

1783, in. about 1810, Mrs. Rhoda Hayes, widow of Hanning 
Hayes, and daughter of Eli and Susanna (Moses) Trumbull 
She was b. Suffield, Ct., 7 Dec, 1782, d. New H !. Ct., 
1854. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Suffield, Ct. In 1819 he removed to 
East Granby, where he died. Says his daughter Harriett — 
"when my father removed to East Granby, Ct., he was called 
Silas Phelps second, his two nearest neighbors being Si 
Phelps St., and Silas Phelps Jr." 

Children, b. Suffield, Ct.: 

5758. I. John F., b. 28 Sept.. 1812, d. Rockford, 111., 

in 1843. 

5759. II. Mary E., b. 2 Oct., [816, d. n Apr '. [840, 

miin. 
+ 576* HI. Harriett E.* b. 1 Nov., 1818, m. Jay Free- 

man. 

2704. Jesse Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct.. 19 Dec, 

1784, m. Thankful Trumbull, (daughter of Eli Trumbull,.) 

b. 1787, d. 12 Oct., 1833. 

Mr. Phelps settled in . He d. 24 Feb., 1836. 

Children : 

5761. I. Jesse Anson, b. 1809, d. 24 Jan.. 18 



5j6 Seventh Generation. 

5762. II. Israel Chandler, b. m. Mary Bartlett of South- 

wick. Ma--. 

5763. III. Silas Decatur, b. m. Alsabia Bartlett of South- 

wick, Mass. 
Note. Last two moved to Whitewater, Wis., and had 
large families. 

27 13. Nelson Abel Phelps, b. Simsbury, 

Ct., or Granby, Ct., 1 7 S 9 . 111. Rhoda Sheldon. Settled for a 
time in Granby, Ct., but removed to Warren, X. Y., in 1811, 
and from there to Westfield, X. Y , in 1S36, where he died. 

Children, b. Warren, X. Y.: 

5764. I. Mary S., b. Sept., 1814, m. Marquis L. 

Goodeno. Settled in Chatham, Out., where 
she d. 1842. 
765. II. Lorenzo Frazier, b. 8 An r8i6, m. Cor- 

nelia Dustin. 
5766. III. Eliza A., b. 1824, d. 1^46, unm. Res. West- 
field. X. Y. 

2718. — Dr. James Exo Phelps, b. Granby, 
Ct., 1793, removed with his father to Leading Creek, Ohio, 
in. Adeline Yarley. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at college, studied medicine, and 
alter receiving his diploma he settled in Miss., where he prac- 
ticed for some time, when with his family he removed to 
Texas, and was in Austin's Colony. He settled on a planta- 
tion called Brazoria, in Brazoria Co., on the Brazoria River, 
where he had quite an eventful life. On the capture of Santa 
Anna in the battle of San Jacinto, he was entrusted in his 
parole to Dr. Phelps. During his parole he attempted suicide 
by taking laudanum, but \\a- restored by prompt action of 
the doctor. After his restoration in Mexico, he signalized 
his gratitude by saving the life of a nephew of Dr. Phelps, 
who had been captured at a battle in Mexico, and was one of 
the many ordered to be executed. Gen. Santa Anna, learn- 
ing bis name, and who he was, ordered his release, dressed 
him in good clothing, and, with a well-filled purse, sent him 
to his parents in Xew Orleans, via Yera Crnz, 

Dr. Phelps died on his plantation. 



Seventh (feneration. 



577 



-'iS 

but 



Note. — Says Dr. James Phelps who was b. 1822, 
branch of the Phelps family were a robust stalwart race, 
none lived to old age. Their chief characteristics have been 
a high sense of honor, pride of intellect, pride of character, 
and as professional and business men they ranked high and 
and were fairly successful. 

Children, b. Brazoria, Texas : 



5767 


1. 


Orlando C. 


5 7 68 


11. 


Virgil. 


5769 


in. 


Gerard B. 


577° 


IV. 


William. 


5771 


V. 


Almira, m. James E. Phelps. 


5772 


VI. 


Nancy. Is unmarried. 



No. 5787 



Note — One son in New Orleans, one son in Galveston, 
Texas, one son in Brazoria on old homestead. 

2719. Nancy Phklps, b. Granby, Ct., 1794, 
m. William Bing, in Leading Creek, Ohio, in 1815. He was 
sou of John and Martha (Young) Bing. and was b. in Augusta 
Co., Va., July, 1787. Settled in Cheshire, Ohio, where he 
died 30 Aug., 1832, and where his widow died 3 March, 1S26. 
He was a farmer. 



+ =w 



5773- 



+ 5774- 



5775- 



Children, b. Cheshire, Ohio : 
I. Philinda Rice (Bing), b. 2 7 April, 1S17, m. 

Eliza N. VanZant. 



II. John Jackson 
III. James Phelps 



b, 3 j Oct., 1S20, m, 
Mary J. Rathburn. 

b. 14 Sept., [822, m. 

. A plr sician in 

Portsmouth, Ohio. 



/ 



2720. Harlow Phelps, b. Granby, Ct , 25 
Oct., 1797, m. Amelia Watkins, 18 Jan., 1821, in Mason Co., 
West Va. She was daughter of Frederick Watkins. He m. 
2nd Widow Catharine Wise Higley, widow of No. 2735. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Leading Creek, Ohio, on the old home- 
stead. 

Children, b. Leading Creek, Ohio, by 1st wife : 

+ 5776. I. Polly, b. 14 July, 1822, m. Rufus P, Murray. 

(37) 



jj8 Seventh Generation. 

5777. II. Nancy, b. 1824, d. 1SS5, unm. 

5778. III. Matilda, b. 1829, m. Mauck. She d. 5 

Aug., 1894, prob. at Middletown, Ohio. 

5779. IV. Sarah, b. 25 Dec. 1831, unm., and living 

Feb., 1896, with J. J. L. McElhening. 
Children by 2nd wife : 

5780. V. Harlow E., b. 5 May, 1N42. d. 21 March, 1846. 
+ 5781 VI. Loreu/.n D., b. 12 Oct., 1S44, in. Mary E. 

Stevenson. 

JJ721. Malinda Pii b. Granby, Ct., 

<> August. 1S01. Removed with her father to Leading Creek, 
Ohio in 1803, m. 13 Jan., 1S20. Dr. Eli Segler. He was son 
of Adam and Elizabeth Segler, and was b. in Maryland, on a 
plantation near Washington, in 1794. Settled near the old 
homestead in Leading Creek, Ohio, about two miles from Rut- 
land, Ohio, where he d. 1 May, [848 His wife d. 26 August, 
.,4. He was a physician in that place for many years. 
After the death of his 1st wife he married a 2nd wife and had 
a son, N. J. Segler, who lives on the old homestead near 
Rutland. 

Children, b. Rutland, Ohio : 

-f 5: I. Elizabeth Philinda (Segler), b. 29 Nov., 1820, 

m. John A, Manck. 
5783. II. Adaline Rosetta (Segler), b. 19 July, 1823, m. 

Joseph Manck, oi Yorktown, Va. 
84. III. Caroline Clarissa (Segler), b. 7 Oct., 1825, m. 
James H. Johnson, 4 July, 1844. She d. 11 
Feb.. 1845. 
35. IV. Eli Orlando (Segler). b. 20 Jan., [828, d. 5 
Aug., 
V. William (Segler), b. 5 June m. Eliza 

YanGilder. A physician in Carmi, 111. 

2722. Dr. Abel Jeffersox Phelps, b. Lead- 
ing Creek, Ohio, Feb.. 1804. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at college, studied medicine and set- 
tled in Pomeroy. Meigs Co.. Ohio, where he practiced for 
many years. 

Children, b. Pomeroy, Ohio : 



Seventh Generation. 57 c? 

5787. I. James E., m. Almira, No. 5771, his cousin. 

Res 5324 St. Charles Ave.. New Orleans 
La. 

5788. II. Harlow, d. St. Louis, Mo. 

5789. III. Reynolds, d. Shrevesport, La. 

5790. IV. Othello, possibly d. in N. V. State. 

'2723. Dk. Orlando John Phelps, b. Leading 
Creek, Ohio, 9 Oct., 1806, in. Nancy Watkins, 2 May, :>-• 
she was daughter of Francis Watkins, of Ireland, and was b. 
Western Virginia, 29 June, 1809. and d. Piketon, Ohio, 1874. 

Dr. Phelps graduated at college, studied medicine and set- 
tled in Piketon, Ohio, where he practiced many years. After 
the death of his wife he resided with his son Dr. A. J. Phelps, 
in Washington, now Sharkey Co.. Mississippi, where he died. 

An obituary notice, published in Ohio, shortly after his 
death, speaks of him as having been a prominent and leading 
citizen of the county from the time of his settlement in Pike- 
ton in 1827, and especially mentions his superior skill as a 
physician, his unfailing generosity, and the affection and es- 
teem in which he was held by the community. He was a very 
frequent contributor to the press on political topics, and his 
articles were very able, and his style clear, logical and con- 
vincing. 

Children, b. Piketon, Ohio : 

5791. I. Alonzo Jefferson, b. 7 Feb., 1834, d. 15 Aug. 

1834. 

+ 5792. II. Alonzo Jefferson, b. 17 June, 1835, m. Mary 

Bueloit. A'ick. 

+ 5793. III. William Gamaliel, b. 23 Nov., 1837. in. Vir- 
ginia Thompson. 

5794. I\\ Walter Bruce. 27 Feb., 1S40, d. 19 Sept., 

5795. V. Amanda Elizabeth, b. 3 July, 1842, d. 11 

March, 1S50. 

5796. VI. James Henry, b. 5 Nov., 1843, d. 13 Feb,, 

1S71, unm. 
5797- VII. Clemorintha, b. 4 April, 1846, d. 21 August, 
1847. 



3<$o Seventh Generation. 

\J?29, Mary Higlky, b. Farmingtou, Ct., 26 
Nov., 1786, removed with her father and others to Leading 
Creek, Ohio, in 1803, in. Philip Jones, 7 May, 1806. He was 
son of Seth and Sarah (Pitts) Jones, and was b. Mass.. 8 April, 
1788. Settled in Middleport, Ohio, where he died 6 Oct., 
1870, and where his wife died 30 May, 1866. He was a 
fanner. 

Children, b. Middleport, Ohio : 

5798. I. Martha (Jones), b. 30 Jan., 1807, d. 

57 II. Mary " b. 30 Jan., 18 

sSoo. III. Zophar " b. 7 Dee., [808, d. 20 April, 

>Q. 

5801, IV. Sarah b. 7 April, 1810, d. . 

581 V. Philip Benson (Jones), b. 23 April, 1812, d. 

.11 [823. 

580 VI. Cynthia (Jones), b. July, 1 s 1 4 , d. 

5804. VII, Candace b. 15 Sept., 1816, living in 1896. 

5805. VIII. Joel Warren (Jones), b, 23 May, 18 19, living 

in 1S96. 

5806. IX. Maria (Jones), b. 4 March, 1821, living in 1 

58* 7 X. Cvrenia " b 5, d. ) 

»8. XI. Philena " b. 16 Sept.. [823, \ Twins. 
living in 1 81 ) 

+ 5809. XII. Lura (J \ Oct., 1826 m. Samuel J*. Mi 
Weldon. 

2732. Sally Higley, b. Farmington, Ct., 8 
March, 170.S. ni. Daniel Cleveland McNaughton, b. near Rut- 
land, Vt. Settled in Rutland. Ohio, where he d. 1868. He 
was a farmer. His wife died there 13 Sept., 184 

Children, b. Rutland, Ohio : 



5810 


1. 


Margaret 


581 1 


II. 


Cynthia 


5812 


III. 


Sarah 


5813 


IV. 


Finley 


- 


V. 


Helen 


5815 


VI. 


Harlow P 


5816 


VII. 


Daniel 


5817 


VIII. 


Mary 



Seventh Generation. 581 

2735. Joel Higley, b. Farmington, Ct., 9 
June, 1862, removed with his father to Leading Creek, Ohio, 
in 1803, m. Catharine Wise, 13 Feb., 1824. She was daughter 
of Samuel and Mary Elizabeth Wise and was b. Reading, 
Pa., 25 July, 1803, d. 24 June, 1884. 

Mr. Higley settled in Rutland, Ohio. Mrs. Higley m, 2nd 
Harlow Phelps. See No. 2720. 

Children, b. Rutland, Ohio : 

5818. I. Capt. Joel Phelps (Higley), Killed in Civil 

war . 

5819. II. Cynthia (Higley) d. in infancy. 

5820. III. George A. (Higley) resides in Platteville, 

Wis. 
321. TV. Samuel W. (Higley) m. . Res. Rut- 
land, Ohio. 
5822. V. Adaline (Higley) m. . 

2768. Roswell Humphrey, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
1765, d. 1838, m. Elizabeth Seymour, b. 176S, d. 1841. 

Mr. Humphrey settled in Canton, Ct., and removed in 
1 8 13 to Caroline, N. Y., where he was an early settler. 

Children, b. Canton, Ct.: 

I. Roswell (Humphrey), b. 15 July, 1789, m. 
Elmira Gleason. 
II. Elizabeth (Humphrey), 29 March, 1 79 r , m. 
Luman Case. 
III. Susanna (Humphrey), b. 18 June, 1794, m. 
William Leete. Had 4 children. Settled in 
Tioga Co., N. Y. 
IV. Hiram (Humphrey), b. 22 March 1796, m. 

Huldah E. Jenks. 
V. Lucius (Humphrey), b. 2 July. 1799,111. three 

times. 
VI. Luke (Humphrey), b. 1800, m. Eliza Bishop. 
VII. Maria (Humphrey), b. 31 March, 1801, m. 
Aaron Curtis of Worcester. Settled in 
Caroline, N. Y., and in Candor, N. Y. 



+ 5 S ^- 


52 4 . 


58 


+ 5826. 


+ 5827 


+ 5828. 


5829. 



5830. 


1. 


Charles Mill 


5«3i- 


II. 


Orin Phelps 


5832. 


III. 


mel 


,v 


IV. 


Elizabeth 


: 4- 


V. 


Clarborn 


5835- 


VI. 


fge 


' 


VII. 


Jane Ann 



582 Seventh Generation. 

2788. Marilla Mills, b. Simsbury, Ct., 12 
Jan., 1795, m. Orin Ferry, 20 Nov.. 1816. Settled in Sims- 
bury, Ct., where he d. 19 Sept. 1851. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

Ferry), b. 23 Oct.. I 

b. 15 Dec, 1 81 7 
b. io May. 1822 
b. 1 March,! 824 
b. 10 June. 
1). [6 July, [829 
b. 13 Dec, (831 

*J7S'.). Susannah Mills, b. Simsbury, Ct., 8 
May, 1798, m. 25 Feb., 1818, Dr. Vincent Holcomb. 
Dr. Holcomb settled in . 

5837. I. Jared Mills (Holcomb), d. younj 

5838. II. Hubert " d. young. 
839. I II. Hubert Vincent " 

5840. IV. Dr. Charles Clifford (Holcomb), m settled in 

Fee. Mass. 

5841. Y. Elizabeth (Holcomb), m. Henry A. Bills. 

5842. VI. Susan " in. Albert Hull. 

2795. Thomas Mills, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 
Sept;, [812, m. 6 Oct., : s -|2. Rhoda Thompson, of Southwick. 

Child : 

5843. I. Jared Thompson (Mills) 

2796 Elizabeth Mills Simsbury, Ct. 

May, 1811, m. 3 May, [834, Dr. Joseph William Rockwell. 

Children : 

5844. I. William Mills (Rockwell), b, 30 July. [8 

1 1 §e_ 54, num. 

5844a. IF Helen Marion (Rockwell), b. 30 Oct., i S: 

2799. Frederick Mills, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 15 
Nov., 1815, m. 1 Nov., 1839, Dolly Ann Nich 

Children : 

5845. I. Anna Melina (Mills 

5846. IF Frederick 



Seventh Generation. 



583 



5847 


III. 


Kd. (Mills,) 


5848 


IV. 


William 


5849 


V 


Charles 




VI. 


Clifford 


v 1 


VII. 


Mary 


5852 


VIII. 


Fanny 


5853 


IX 


Harriett Elizabeth (Mills) 




X. 


An infant 



2801. Edward Mills, b. Simsbury, Ct., 25 

March, 1S19. m. Parintha J. Humphrey. 

L bildren : 

5855. I. Humphrey (Mills). 

5851 II. Mary 

2844. Daniel Phelps, b. Norfolk. Ct., 29 
May, 177^), m. Polly Hewitt, 26 Jan., 1794. "She was daugh- 



ter of Gershom and 



(Stephens) Hewitt, and was b. Ca- 



naan, Ct., 25 Sept., 1770 where she d. 9 ' 861. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Canaan, Ct., where he d. March, 1853. 

Children, b. Canaan. Ct. : 

-^5857. I. Frederick b. 8 Nov., 1794. m, Europi Com- 

; >ck. 
--S. II. John, b. 1 August, 1796, d, 4 Sept., 1866. 

5859. III. Louisa, b. 18 August, 179s, m. Cha - Y 
20 Nov., 1S20. Shed [8* 
IV. Riley, b. n Nov., 1800, m. Sail] v 'ale. 
V. Sarah, b. 20 Sept., 1802. d. 25 June, 18 - 
See 5862, 
862. VI. Desire, b. 2 August, 1804, m. Solon E. But- 
tolph. 
5863. VII. Solomon, b. 26 Nov., 1806. He re I to 

Ohio, then called New Connecticut, early in 
its settlement, and from there started down 
the river for St. Louis, but was never h 
from. 
+ 5864. VIII. Polly, b. 19 August. 1810, m. Lucius Judd. 
365. IX. Daniel, b. 3 June, 1812, m. Elizabeth Daley 
5866. X. Betsey Ann. b. 3 March, 1 s 1 6 , m, Lucius Judd. 
See 5S64. 



5<£/ Seventh Generation . 

•is-ti). Desire Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., April 
9, 1774, m. Ezekiel Buttolph. at Canaan, Ct., 6 Jan., 1791. 
He was son of Elijah am i Dcbuiah (rimnblv ) But to l ph— and 
was b. 27 Nov.. 1764. He settled in New Haven, Vt., where 
he d. 24 Feb., 1805. He was a farmer. After his death his 
widow Desire m. 2nd John Hanchet, a widower, of New Ha- 
ven. She d. New Haven, 2 Dec., 184S. 

Children. !>. New Haven, Vt., by 1st husband. 

+ 5867. I. Israel (Buttolph 1792, m. Electa 

Towsley. 
586 II. Joanna (Buttolph). b. 1 Oct. 1794, d. 25 Feb., 

i7 l 

5869. III. Annis (Buttolph), b. 9 July, 1 Settled in 

Essex, Vt. 

5870. EV. Calvin (Buttolph), b. 27 May, 1799, d. 24 July, 

1876. He in. and had issue. 
+ 5871. V. John Phelps (Buttolph), b. 2 Jan., [807, m. 

Abigail Jewett, No. 31: 

Children by 2nd husband : 

72. VI. Gustavus A. (Hanchet), b. 1807, living near 
Chicago, 111., in iS y 6. 

5873- VII. 

5874. VIII. 

2852. Dr. Luman Pettibone, b. Norfolk, 

Ct., July 10. 1766 d. Stockholm, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1823. m. at 

Norfolk, Ct. . belly Kingsbury, daughter of Stephen and Sarah 
(Spaulding) Kingsbury. He in. 2nd. widow Sarah (Binghai 
Guiteau, No. 2870. 

Dr. Pettibone lived in Orwell, Vt., for ten years, remo\ 
from there to Stockholm, N. Y., where he spent the rest of 
his life. He was a physician. 

Children by first wife. b. Orwell, Vt., except the first : 

5874a. I. Almira (Pettibone), b. Norfolk, Ct., Dec. 24, 

), d. Stockholm, N. Y., March 22, 1875. 
-4b. II. Luman (Pettibone), b. Oct. 20, 1 791, d. Rock- 
ton. 111.. April, 2. 1880. 



Seventh Generation. 585 

5874c. III. Roswell (Pettibone). b. August 26, 1794, d. 
Dannemora, N. Y., August 13, 1863, m. 
Delia Guiteau. No. 5906b. 

5S74CI. IV. Sylvester (Pettibone), b. June, 1796, d. Stock- 
holm, N. Y., March 31, 1813. 

5874c. V Dorus (Pettibone), b. June 18, £798, d. Rock- 
ton, 111., August 27, 1865, m. Eliza Petti- 
bone. No, 5874m. 

5X74!'. VI. Ira (Pettibone), b. Sept. 7, 1801, d. Winches- 
ter, Ct., June 11, 1889, in. Louisa Welch. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Stockholm, N. Y. : 

5.S74g. VII. Philo C. (Pettibone). b March 7, 1815, d. 

Beloit, Wis., Sept. 9, 1870. 
5874I1. VIII. Samuel (Pettibone), b. 1818, d. Stockholm, 

N. Y., Dec. 29, 1835. 
5874i. IX. Martha J. (Pettibone), b. Feb. 12, 1821, d. 

Rockton, 111., 1880. 

'2753. Samuel Pkttiboxe, b, Norfolk, Ct., 
1769, d. Nov. 24, 1823, m. Pollina Smith, of Norfolk, Ct. 
Res. Norfolk, Ct. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

5874J. I, Samuel Alanson (Pettibone [822, Saman- 

tha Knapp, of Norfolk, Ct. Res. New 

Marlboro, Mass. 
5874k. II. Louisa (Pettibone), m. Spaulding 

2nd, Cobb. No i->sue. 

5874I. III. Lauren (Pettibone). Res. Hudson, N. Y. 

'285-4. Piiilo Pettibone, b. Norfolk, Cl, 
August 21, 1773, d, Dec. 2, 1804, m. Nov. 19, [800, Sarah 
Gay lord, of Norfolk, Ct. 

(His widow, Sarah, m. 2nd, his brother, Chauncey Petti- 
bone. No. 2855. Res. Stockholm, N. Y. 

Children : 

5874111. I. Eliza (Pettibone), m. Dorns Pettibone. N >. 

5874c 
587411. II. Philomela " 



jS6 Seventh Generation. 

2855. Chadncey Pettibone, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
1782, d. 28 Feb., 1853, 111. Widow Sarah (Gaylord) Pettibone, 
widow of his brother Philo Pettibone, No. 2854. 

He settled in Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co., N. V., where 
he was Judge of the County Court. Early in life he was an 
officer in the regular army, resigning while at Natchez, Miss., 
and returning to Connecticut on horseback. 

ildren : 

58740.. I. Sylvester (Pettibone). 

5874 p. II. Dean M. 

2856. Amos Pettibone, b. Norfolk, Ct.. ig 

Feb., 1780, d. , m. Nancy (".rant, b. 1780, d. 5 Jan., 1833, 

aged 44 years, daughter of Joel Grant. 

He m. 2nd Julia Pettibone, b. Norfolk, Ct., March, 1777. 
d. 1 - years, 9 Y* months, daughter of Giles 

and Louisa Pettibone. 

He was a deacon in the Congregational church in Norfolk. 
Ct., for forty years. 

Children, b. Norfolk, C 

5874q. I. Maria (Pettibone). 

5 8 74 r. II. Julia 

2859. Wilcox Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 21 
Jan., 1778, m. Sally Gaylord, 16 May, 1700. She was dau. 
of Joseph Gaylord, and wash. Norfolk, Ct., 17 Sept., 17 
where she d. 19 May, 1847. Mr. Phel .led in >lk, 

Ct., where he d. 14 Dec, 1864. 

Children, b. Norfolk. Ct. 

+ 5875. I. Electa Harriet, b. 15 N - '. m. Hoi 

Meac ha 

+ 5870 II. Charlotte, b. 13 Jan Samuel Sey- 

mour. 

+ 5877. III. Eunice, b 25 May, 1806, m. David Bird. 

+ 5878 IV. Mary, b. 3 July, 1808, m. Sylvester Piatt. 

+ 5879. V. Sally Wilcox, b. 18 Sept,, m. Samuel 

D. Chapin. 

-+5880. VI. Asahel Gaylord, b. 20 May, 1813, m. Fanny 
Case. 



Seventh Generation. 587 

+ 5881. VII. Elizabeth, b. 20 Sept., 1815. m. John Nettle- 
ton. 
5882. VIII. George Miller, b. 11 Sept., 1817, m. Jennette 
Murray. 27 March. 1844, He d. 1 Sept., 
[844. No issue. She d. 18 March, [897, 
aged 78. 

+ 5883. rx. Rebecca, b. 4 Feb., 1820, m. William J. Nor- 
ton. 13 March, 1 839. 
3NS4. X. Joseph Daring, b. 20 May, [826, d. 25 Aug., 

1844, unm. 

2800. Mary Phklps, b. Norfolk, Ct.. 4 April, 
1780, m. Dudley Humphrey, 16 Oct., 179S. He was son of 
Asahel and Prudence (Merrills) Humphrey, and was b. 
Norfolk, Ct., 5 June, 1775, where he settled and died 6 May, 
1823, and where his widow d. 8 August, 1862. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

5885. 1. Harriett (Humphrey), b. 13 July. 1799, d. 11 

June, 1800. 
+ 5886. II. John (Humphrey), b. 18 June, 1S01, m. Maria 

Turner, 
+ 5887. III. Mary (Humphrey), b. 7 Oct., 1803, m. John 

Dewell. 
+ 5888. IV. Griswold (Humphrey), b. 10 Nov., 1806, m. 

twice. • 

+ 5889. V. Merrill (Humphrey), b. 1 Sept., 1809, m. 

Maria Elizabeth Mason. 
+ 5890. VI. James (Humphrey), b. 13 June, 1813, 1 

Eliza Babbett. 
5891. VII. Caroline (Humphrey), b. 16 August ] 

m. March, 1841, Abel Camp. She d. June 

3, 1S73. Had one daughter who d. Mar; 

1S42. 

•2S«>4. Darius Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 19 
June, [798, m. 1st, Mary L,. Fitch, 14 Dec, 1 She w - 

b. New Haven, Ct . 2 June, 1795, d. Norfolk, Ct., 10 April, 
1823. He m. 2nd. Julia Frances Beebe. 26 June, 1^27, (by 
the Rev, F. Marsh). She was b. Winchester, Ct., May 24, 



588 Seventh Generation. 

iNoi, daughter of James and Abi (McEwen) Beebe, and when 
married resided in Ripon, Wis. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Norfolk. Ct.. where he resided up to 
1854, when he removed to Ripon, Wis. He died 5 June, 
1866. 

Children by 1st wife. b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

5892. I. William Edward, b. 8 Sept., 1S19, m. Sept. 

1, 1S41, Jennette S. Babbett. Res, Norfolk, 

Ct. No issue. 

+ 5893. II. George Henry, b. 27 May, 1821, m. Maria H. 

Phelps. No. 5913, m. 2nd, Anna B. Mahon. 

Children bv 2nd wife. b. Norfolk, Ct.: 
- I III. Abel McEwen, b. 10 Sept., 182N, m. Pamelia 

Brockway, 22 April, [857. Res. Ripon, 
W. 
15. IV. Mary Fitch, b. 24 Feb., 1830. m. Dr. Henry 

M. Knight. 
;6. V. Isabella Holmes, b. 30 Dec. 1831, d. 6 Sept., 

unm. 
5J VI. Sarah, b. 21 Feb., 1834. 

VII. James Barber, b. 21 June. [836, d 12 Sept., 
1 859, unm. 
5899. VIII. Robert, b. 21 Sept., [838, d. 10 Jan., 1848. 

2866. R * Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 15 

Oct., 1801, m. Bailey Birge. He was son of Jonathan and 
Mary (Bailej 1 Birge, and was b. East Windsor. Ct., 1704, d. 
North '. Mass., Feb. [8, 1868. Mr. Birge was a mer- 

chant, residing in Norfolk, C eral years, and from there 

to Hartford, Ct., from there to Northampton, Mass., where 
he resided for some twenty and where he died, and 

where his wife died 29 Dec., 1872. 

Children, b. Norfolk. Ct., except the sixth: 
5000. I. James (Birge), b. 14 Jan., I. 6 Jan.. 

[894, m. . 

b oi. II. Mary (Birge), b. 1 Sept., [822. 

5902. III. Fdward " d. a' %i >f 7 yeai 
59. IV. Sarah " d. at age of 4 years. 

4. V. Martha Rebecca (Birge), b. 7 Feb., 1831. 



Seventh Generation. 589 

5905. VI. Edward (Birge), b. Hartford, Ct., 28 March, 

i833- 

5906. VII. Sarah (Birge), b. 8 July, 1834. 

28<>S. Tkiphexa Bingham, b. Norfolk. Ct., 
Dec. 28, 1775, m. John Shaw, of Rutland, Vt. 

Child : 
5906 a. I. James B. (Shaw). He was pastor of the Brick 

Presbyterian Church in Rochester, N. Y., 
1858. He was D. D. 

2cS70. Sarah Bingham, b. Litchfield, Ct., 1777, 
d. Waterbury, Ct,, Nov. 13, 1S60, aged S3 years, 111. Jan. 26, 
1795, Dr. Philo Guiteau. b. Norfolk, Ct., April 8, 1766, d. 
Norfolk, Ct., Nov. 25, 1S10, son of Dr. Kphraim and Ph. 
(Humphrey) Guitean. 

She m. 2nd, Feb., [814, Dr. Luman Pettibone. See No. 
2852, for her children by him. Resided in Norfolk, Ct. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct., by 1st husband : 

16b. I. Delia (Guiteau), b. March 6, 1797, m. Rev. 

Roswell Pettibone. No. 5874 c. 

5906c. II. Myris (Guiteau), b. Dec. 24, 1798, in. George 
Rockwell, of Norfolk. 

5906 d. III. Sheridan (Guiteau), b. April \~, 1 A 

clergyman, d. Baltimore, Md., about 1 

=;yo6e. IV. Cory don (Guiteau), b. Jan. 19, 1803. A phys- 
ician, res. Dee, Mass., where he d. His 
widow res. Buffalo, X. Y. 

5906 f. V. Columbus (Guiteau), b. Nov. 4, 1S05, d. Ma\ 
14, 1813. 

2S72. Capt. Augustus Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., April 1781, m. Lucy Pettibone, b. 9 Feb., 1787, d. at 
Norfolk, Ct., 21 Feb., 1845, a g e d 45 years, daughter of Col. 
Giles and Margaret (Holcomb) Pettibone. Mr. Phelps settled 
in Norfolk, Ct., where he d. 22 Dec, i860. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct : 

5907. I. Augustus, b. 1816, m. at Litchfield, Ct., 6 

March, 1842, Martha S. French. Settled in 
Missouri, and d. 184' >. 



59<> 



e?ith Generation. 



+ 5908. 
5909- 



5910. 



II. Levi. b. 29 Sept. 1818, m. Ora A. Graham. 

III. Margaret, b. 1822. in. 1848, Christopher C. 

Rockwell. Shed. Keokuk, Iowa, 1S54. He 
d. X. Y. City, 1S67. Had two daughters. 

IV. Lucy. (Perhaps error.) 



2873. Jedediab Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., Jan. 

23, 17S6, d. August 14. 1868, m. April 16, 1818, Harriet M. 
Pease, b. Norfolk, Ct., Feb. 6 5, d. Jan. 4. daugh- 

ter Obadiah and Desiah (Pettibone) I He was a farm 

in Norfolk, Ct. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.:. 

191 1. I. Eli .anna, b. Jan. 21 

rs4S. George Bennett, now deceased. He 

was cashier and :nt of a bank at Mon- 

llo, Sullivan Co.. N. Y. No issue. She 

resided in 1899, Newburgh, N. Y. (Mr. 

Bennett in. ist. , and had Ellen and 

George Elliott.) 



II. Mariet Augusta, b. Ft 1, 182 1. m. J< 

R. Cook. 
Ill Harriet Maria, b. July [3, 1823, m George H. 

Phelps. S 
IV. Lucy Emily, 1). Dec. 19, 1825, d. June 25, 

J3- 
V. Edward b. June ml 

of New Haven, Ct. 

->74. Rosanna Phelps, b. > 

March. 1785, m. r6 Oct., [799, . Calvin Butler, b. PI 

nth, Litchheld. Co., Ct Settled in Norfolk, Ct. 



+ 5 



5913- 



5914- 






5916, 

5918 

5919 

- 



Children, b. Norfolk. Ct.: 
I. Charles C (Butl< ■. 12 Nov 






II. Mary 

III. Charles 

IV. Anne 
Y. Calvin 

VI. Jame- 



young, 
b. 30 Dec. 
b. 17 Feb. 
1). 3 April, 1 - 
b, 6 August, 
b. 21 August, 181 1.. 



Seventh Generation. $gr 

+ 5922. VII. Egbert T. (Butler,) b. 21 Dec, 1813, m. 

Jennette Porter. 

5923. VIII. Alonzo " b. 7 May, 1S15. 

2875. Frederick Phklps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
about 178-, in. Anna Thompson, at Xorfolk, Ct., 20 Dec, 
1807. 

Children : 

5924. I. John, b. about 1810. 

5925. II. A daughter, b. 

*2S?(). Jeremiah Phelps, b. Xorfolk, Ct., 
about 1802, m. Olive Dean. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Xorfolk, Ct., where he d. 14 Jan., 
1S24. (Mr. Phelps m. 2nd John P, Warner of Xorfolk. Ct.) 

Children, b. Xorfolk, Ct.: 
.:<> I. Olive A., b. 1822, m. F. D. Gray. 

+ 5927. II. Jeremiah W. , b. 29 Feb., 1S24. m. twice. 

2877- Anna Phelps, b. Xorfolk, Ct., 1791, d. 
Winchester Centre, Ct., 18 July, 1867, m. about 1810, Lemuel 
Hurlbut, b. Winchester, Ct., 20 Sept., 1785, d. 19 Feb., 1856, 
son of Capt. Samuel and Rebecca (Beach) Hurlbut. 

Mr. Hurlbut was an extensive dealer in cheese, and about 
1820, introduced the Devon breed of cattle into the state. 
Res. Winchester Centre, Ct.: 

Children, b. Winchester. Ct.. 

5928. I. Caroline (Hurlbut), b. 20 May, i8ix, in. 24 

Oct., 1832, John Rutherford, of Macon, Ga. 

5929. II, Elizabeth Ann (Hurlbut), b, 13 Dec, 18 13. 

m. 23 June, 1838, Dr. John H. F. Cockey, 
of Frederick Co., Md. 

5930. Ill, Lemuel (Hurlbut). b. 8 March, 18 16, m. 

Floraina Westlake. 
+ 5931. IV. Samuel (Hurlbut), b. 12 Jan., i8t8, m. twice. 

5932. V. Jeremiah Phelps (Hurlbut), b. 16 Jan., 1821, 

d. 27 Jan., 1S21. 

5933. VI. Rebecca (Hurlbut), b. 9 March, 1826, m 7 

June, 1847, Henry P. Chapman of Brooklyn. 
X. V. 



5Q2 Seventh Generation, 

2879. Harriett Phelps, b. Norfolk, Ct., 5 
Oct., 1795. m. Henry Porter, at Norfolk, Ct., 3 August, 1S14. 
He was son of John and Jerusha (King) Porter, and was b. 
Colebrook, Ct., 10 Jan., 1788, where he settled, and died 25 
.Sept., 1862, and where his widow died Aug., 1867. 

Children, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 

5934/ *• Jennette (Porter), b. 27 June. 1816, m. Egbert 
T. liutler. See No. 5922. 

5935. II. Lucius Phelps (Porter), )>. 14 May, 1818, m. 

Ellen Langdon, 2 April, 1862. 

5936. III. Henry (Porter), b. 2 Feb.. 1820, d. 20 July, 

1853, num. 
IV. Frederick Edward (Porter), b. 15 March, 1N22. 

in. Elizabeth Aiken. 
593s. V. James (Porter), b. 29 April, 1829, d 6 Feb., 

[8 1 
5930. VI, Caroline Hurlbut (Porter), b. 8 March, 1 

d. 1 July, 1S33. 

2887. Alpha Wright, b. Norfolk, Ct., 26 
Dec, 1788, 111. Lucy Foster, daughter of Jacob Foster. She 
was b, Hanover, N. H., 23 June, 1790, d. Talmadge, Ohio, 
30 Sept., [875. 

Mr. Wright settled in Talmadge, Ohio, where he d. March, 
1856. 

Note. — Lucy Foster taught 1 - 10I in Talmadge, 

Ohio, when John Frown, of Harper's Ferry notoriety, wasone 
of her pupils. 

Child : 
10. I. Mary (Wright), b. Talmadge, Ohio, 21 Jan., 

7,m. Ex-Gov. Sidney Edgerton, and had 
daughter, Martha A. (Edgerton), who mar- 
ried Herbert P. Rolf. 

•Js*H». Amos Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct. 

pt., 1782, m. Sophia Woodford, 4 Jan., 1810. She v 
daughter of Selah Woodford, and was b. Avon, Ct.. 20 Mar., 
1790. 

Mr, Phelps settl Sinsbury, Ct,, where he d. 10 April, 

1830. 



Seventh Generation. 593 

Children b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 5941. I. Eleanor Sophia, b. s ta 1811, m. Olivet 

Win. Woodford. 
5942. II. Emerson Amos, b. 3 Eeb., 1814. m. 1844, 

Caroline Fanny Woodford, (No. 595), b. 14 
May, 1S22. They settled in Indiana and 
both died there. 
594}. III. Henry Samuel, b. 20 Aug., 1815, d. 28 Dec., 
[7. 

2891. Erastus Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 19 
May, 17S6. in. 1 Jan., 1812, Lucy Farnsworth, b. West Hart- 
ford, Ct. Mr Phelps settled in West Hartford, Ct., where 
lied. 20 March, 1843. 

Children, b. West Hartford, Ct.: 

.44. I. William Erastus, b. 3 May 1815* m. Rebecca 

Elmer. 
45. II. Julius Farnsworth, b. 30 Dec, 1817, m. Cor- 

1a Steele. 

2892. Samuel Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 18 
Oct,, 1788, 111. Delia Whiting. She was daughter of Maj 

-eph Whiting, and was b. West Hartford. Ct. 
Mr. Phelps settled in West Hartford, Ct. 

Children, b. West Hartford, C 

5946. I. Fidelia, b. 1811, m. Henry Holcomb. 

was drowned. 

5947. II. Samuel Franklin, b. Jan., 1813, m. Lovica 

-. Res Yonkers, X. Y. 

594s. HI. Caroline Celestia, b. Nov., 1815 

1, .* 2K93. Henry Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 

Dec, 1602, m. 9 Oct., 1811, Sarah Whiting. She was dan. 
ter of Maj. Joseph Whiting, and was b. [792 at West Hart- 
ford, Ct.. where she d. 10 April, 1881. 

Mr. Phelps settled in liast Hartford, Ct., where he d, 26 
April, [845. 

Children, b. East Hartford. Ct.: 

i-fy. I. Sarah Emeline, b. 31 Oct., 1812, m, Dai' 

Merritt Seymour, 



59/ Seventh Generation. 

5950. II. Lucy Adeline, b. 23 June, 1814, m. George 

Howell Olmsted, in 1843. 
+ 5951. III. Henry, b. 1 Oct., 1816, in. Mary Fordham, 
5952. IV. Edward, b. 1 Dec. [818, in. Maria Tapping, 
of Sag Harbor, in 1843. He d. 20 Nov., 
1849. 
+ 5953- V. George Smith, b. 22 Jan., 1821, m. t\v ; 

5954. VI. Julia Ann, 1). 22 Jan., [823, m. 28 July, [846, 

James Daniels of Hartford. 
+ 5995. VII. Samuel Irich, b. 4 No -7. m Eliza- 

beth Lockwood. 
5956. VIII. Frances Harriett, b. 7 Dec, [831, d. 9 M 

I S .Vv 

2894. Sarah Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 15 

Oct., 1797. m Julius Raymond Woodford. Settled in In- 
diana. 

Children, b. Indiana, except last tw< 

157. I Caroline Fanny (Woodford), m. Emerson A. 

Phelps. See No. 5942. 

158. II. Catharine Morgan (Woodford). 
III. Juliu Iner 

[V. Mortimer b. Ohio. 

V. Augu- " b. Ohio. 

•Jsu.*). Edwin Pb elps, ii 

April, [800, m. Jemima Collins, 1825. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Milltown, Iud., where h« d. 27 Sept. 

Children, b. Milltown, End.: 

I. Sarah Jane, b. 1S27, in. \ ,vards. 

,63. II. He >amuel, b. 11 June [829, m. Ellen 

Toller. 
4. III. Julius Woodford, b. 1832, d. 12 Oct., 1845, at 
Rus^ellville. 111. 
+ 5. IX William Erastus 6, m. TillieA. 

Reynolds. 
>6. V. Franklin, b. 1838, d. 16 April. 1843. at Mill- 

town, Ind. 



St venth Generation. 



595 



2896. Rhoda Slater Phelps, b. Harwinton, 

Ct., 20 Feb., 17S7, m. Fithian Case. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct. 

5967. I. Marietta (Case). \ 

5968. II. Maria 
5-969. III. Phelps 

2897. Daniel Pliny Phelps, b. Harwinton, 
Ct., 12 Feb., 1 79 1, m. Sarah Wolcott Miller. She was daugh- 
ter of Elijah Miller, of Avon, Ct., and was b. 1792. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Harwinton, Ct. 

Children, b. Harwinton, Ct.: 

5970. 1 Daniel Pliny, b. 3 Dec., 18 13. 

5971. II. Allen, b. 19 Dec., 1817, m. Catharine Higley, 

No. 5983. Settled in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

5972. III. Jeremiah, b. 6 April, 1822, m. — — -. 
+ 597;. IV. George, m. Persis North. 

5 74. V. Rollin, b. 13 Aug., 1827. 

2898. Laura Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 
June, 1793, m. Ariel Latimer, 6 April, 1815. Hf was b. 
Simsbury, Ct., 19 June, 1788, where he settled, and died 5 
July, 1858. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 
+ 5975. I. Ammi (Latimer), b. 21 May. , m. Lucia 

Amanda Case. 
5976. II. Jerome (Latimer), b. 1 May, [818, d 6 Aug., 

[844, unm. 
+ 5977. III. Franklin A. (Latimer), b. \~ t Oct., 1S20, m. 

Elizabeth Rosabella Cas 
597S. IV. Martha Amelia (Latimer), b. 11 March, 1823, 

d. 3 Sept., 1S30. 
5979. V. Emeline (Latimer), b. 22 June, [828, m. John 

Lewis Smith. 
59 VI. Emily (Latimer), b. 22 June, [828, m. Oliver 

Judson Brown, b. August 9, [827, son of 

Oliver and Eunice (Loomis) Brown. R. 

Waterbury, Ct. 
5 Si. VII. Timothy Franklin (Latimer), b. 29 June. 
- .. d. 22 Sept., 1830. 



jp6 Seventh Generation. 

5982. IX. Martha Amelia (Latimer), b. 30 Oct., i v 
d. 24 June, 1858, unm. 

2899. Nancy Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 23 
June, 1795, m. Correl Higley, (son of Obed and Rebecca 
(Mills) Higley), b. Simsbury, Ct., 12 Feb., 1796, d. 1865. 
Children, b. Simsbury, Ct. : 

183 I. Catharine (Higley), 1). [820, tn. Allen Phel] 

See No. 5971. 
4. II. Phelps (Higley.) 

2901. George Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct. 

1 m Persia Lucretia North, 5 Sept., 1829. Mr. 
Phelps settled in Harwinton, Ct. 

Children, b. Harwinton. Ct.: 

I. George North, b. 5 Nov., 1829, m. Achsah 
Fuller, 15 Dec, 1863. She was b. 12 Feb... 

18 1 
+ 5986. II. Catharine A., b. 8 March, [831, m. Jai 

Dunlap. 
I7. III. Harriett Fidelia, b. 19 Feb., 1834, m. James 

Barker, of Hartford, Ct., 25 Nov., 1852. 
s. IV. Amelia Sarah, b. 10 May, 1838, m. Thoi 

Dunn, of Brooklyn, N. Y 

2902. Serepha Case, b. Norfolk, Ct. 3 
August, [804, m. 21 Dec, [824, Charles Case. b. 26 Feb., 
1700. Settle-1 in Norfolk. Ct 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 
89. I. Silencia (Case), b. 4 Sept., 1827, d. April, 

II. Marvin b, : . 1829, m. Maria 

Caswell. 

III. Seth Sept., 1 d. 7 

March, [842. 

IV. Sidney ic b. 5 Dec.. [833, m. C. - 

McLe. 
V. Susan Jai. b. 11 June, 18 

14. VI. Mar\ Ann b. Jui: 

1-- 



Seventh Generation , 

59Q V. Victor (Case), b, Sept. 14, 1842, m. Julia Cal- 

ender. Res. Collinsville, Ct. 

2904k Lavilla Cask, b. Norfolk, Ct., about 
m Lewis Dickinson. Settled in Norfolk, Ct., soon 
removing to , Illinois. 

Children, b. in Illinois . 

5'jq6. I. Mary Jane (Dickinson), 1). April, 1825, d. 6 

June, 1830. 
5997 II. Selah " b. April, 1833, d. 26 

Mjrch, 1S36. 

2905. Almira Case, b. Norfolk, Ct., March. 
17, 1802, d. Randolph, Ohio, Dec. 17, 1878, m. Simsbury,Ct., 
April 22, 1X24, Timothy Terry, b. Simsbury, Ct., March 30, 
1.S05, d. Randolph, Ohio, May 16, 1881, son ol Timothy and 
Deborah (Gillett) Terry. Mr. Terry was a farmer in Ran- 
dolph, Ohio, for more than fifty years. 

Children, b. Randolph, Ohio : 

97a. I. Oliver (Terry), b, Feb. 28. [825, in. widow 

Ruby Louise Woodruff. 
17b. II. Pluma (Terr}-,) b. March [827, m. Ensi 
Fitch Deniing. 
5997c. Ill, Emily (Terry,) b. Dec. 25, 1828, m. Benjamin 

F. Sherrell. 
5997d. IV. Lyman (Terry), b. Feb. 6, 1831, m. Amelia 
T. Gilbert. 
;7e. V. Almira (Terry), b. March 13, 1833, m. Thomas 

Dundon. 
• 7f. VI. Timothy Nathan (Terry), b. May 3, 183/), m. 
Elvira Ann Wolf. 
- . VII. Maria Emeline " b. August, 1839, m. 

William W, Honeywell. 
5997b.. VIII. Luther (Terry), b. Oct. 28, 1844. Res. Lime 
Ridge, Wis. 

2911. Norman H. Cask, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
about [817 d. about 1879, m. Canton, Ct., Oct. 22, 1S47, 
Stella Matilda Humphrey, b. Canton, Ct., March 13, 1828, 
daughter of Capt. Isaac Pitt and Matilda (Tuller) Humphrey. 



jp8 Seventh Generation. 

He was a fanner in Rockville, 111. Mr. Case was living in 
Wilmington, 111., in 1SS4. 

Children : 

5997L I. Sarah M. (Case), b. April 13, 1849,111. George 

W. Ilaynes. Res Wilmington, 111. Three 
children, 
,-). II, Howard A,, b. April 26, 1850, m. Josephine 
Holconib, of Bloomfield, 111. 3 children. 

2914. Hector Hubbard, b. Granby, Ct., 4 

March, 1 Sen, m. Elizabeth Bnrr, 111. 2nd Caroline Ballard. 
Mr. Hubbard settled in Sinisbnry, Ct.. where he d. is Maw 
r 2. His widow m. for 2nd husband Stephen Powle) or 
Rowley. 

Children by ist wii Simsbury, Ct.: 

I. Norman (Hubbard), m. Elizabeth Gordon. 

II. Char'. 
III. Maria 
6001. IY. Heel 

2917. Harriett Hubbard, b. Granby, Ct., 3 
April, 1808, m. Edwin Vining 

Children : 
I. Laura (Vining), m. Henry Webb. 
103. II. Harriett " m. F. Farnham. 

2918. Emily Hubbard, b. G Ct. 

m. Levi Hough, 18 Oct., 1830. Settled in Gran- 
Ct. 

Idren, b. G y, Ct.: 

I. Sarah : »etb (Hough), b. 7 Maj : - m. 

twi< 
+ 6< II. Addison Levi b. m. 

Catharine Pelton. 

III. EdmundRice " b. 6 Nov., 1S35.n1. 

y. 

IV. Julia Emetine b. 6 Nov.. [837, m. 

Edward \*ining, had Addie Mini:. 
V. James Henry (Hough), b. 5 Dec., 1839, m. 
Jane Elizabeth Tatro. 16 August, 1861. 



Seventh Generation, 5pp 

6009. VI. Joseph Wright (Hough), b. 2 March, 1841. 

6010. VII. Augustus Clark b. 26 March, 1S44, 

d. 3 .Sept., KS47. 

601 1. VIII. Augusta Mary b. 14 Feb., 1847. 

6012. IX. Howell Cobb " b. ir May, 1X49. 
6oi X. Harriett Ella b. 25 June, 1851. 

6014. XI. Nathaniel F. " b. 15 Sept.. 1855, d. 

vol 

'2020. Susan Jane Hubbard, b. Granby, Ct., 
13 Feb., 1816, in. Thomas Ashwell. 

Children : 

+ 6015. I. Almira Hubbard (Ashwell), m. Eli Brown. 

6016. II. George Thomas " 

6017. III. Susan Jane 

2921. James Hubbard, b. Granby, Ct., 19 
July, l8i8 in. Ruth Belden. 

Children : 

601 5. I. Jam; s Edward (Hubbard), m. Susannah . 

Had one daughter. 

6019. II. Mary Ann (Hubbard). 

6020. III. Annette " 

2 ( .)2'2. Daniel Hoskins, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 20 
-March, T7S4, m. Lucinda Cn-  3 Apri 1. See No. 

1227. Res. Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct,: 

+ 6021. I. Sarah Lucinda (Hoskins), m, >vlvester H l- 

comb. 
6022, II. Achsah Statira b. 29 Fel ., JS23. 

+ 6023. Ill, Mary Ann " b. 9 February, 

. m. George Carter Case. 
+ 6024. IV. Daniel Martin (Hoskins), b. 27 June, 1X34, 
m. Helpha St. John. 

% 2Wl\). Noah Hoskins, b. Simsbury, Ct., 26 

it., 1791, m. Sept., [812, Phillis Thompson, b. Feb. 7. 

i2, d. in Simsbury Ct,, 1 May, 1821. Hem. 2nd, widow 

igail (Mitchelson) Hoskins, Feb., 1822. She was widow 



Seventh Generation . 

of his brother, Asa Hoskins, No, whom she m. 1 Sept., 

1814, and who d. 10 Nov., [815, without issue. 

Mr. Hoskins settled in Simsbury, Ct., where d 16 August, 

jo. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

6025. I. Noah Sidney (Hoskins), b. 10 Sept.. 1813, d. 

1816. 
II. Mary " b. 5 Nov., 1815, m. 

S. Stiles Case. See No. 296] 
+ 6027. III. Noah (Hoskins), b. 12 May, 1819, 111. Lucy 
Judson. 
602S. IY. Eliza - May, [8,21, in, io June, 

1, Curtis Hart C 1 

Children by 2nd wife, 1). Simsbury, Ct.: 
•29. V. A-a (Hoskins), b. | Oct., [823, m Nancy R. 

Holcomb. 

60 . VI. Abigail b. 26 August. 1825, d. 

August, [848, unm. 

2931- Candace Hoskins, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
4 Oct., 1799, m. 1 Feb., 1821, Shaler Holcom! b Simsbury, 
 Feb., 1795, where he settled and d. 2g June, [833. 

did, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 
+ 60 I. Candace (Holcomb), Jan., 1823, m. 

Alson Holcomb. 

2937. Chester Moore, ! Canaan, Ct., m. 

Anna C is 

Children : 
6032. 1. Maurice (Moore). 



6035 



II. FI 

III. Emeline 

IV. William 
V. Betsey 

2942. Sm - ltr Hoskins, b. Canaan, 

Ct , [6 Nov., 1795, d. April 13. 1861, m. 1st, 2} April, 1 
Clarissa Frazier, b. 23 Oct.. 1705, d. Canaan, Ct., 21 Nov. 
1835. Hem. 2nd, March 21, 1839, Electa Terry. No. -990, 
msbury, Ct., Jan. 10, 1799, d. Canaan. Ct., Oct. 4, 1 



Seventh Generation. 601 

She had no issue. He m. 3rd, Nov. 7, 1847, Emily A. Clark. 
Res. Canaan, Ct. 

Children, b. Canaan, Ct., by first wife : 
6037 I. Averill (Hoskins), b. 6 Feb., 1817. m. Had 

Laura Bell Hoskins. 
6038. II. Clarissa " b. S May, 1 819, d. 24 Sept., 

[823, unm. 
+ 6039. III. Newell b. 25 April, 1821, tn. twice. 

+ 6040. IV. Caroline " b. 26 Feb., 1S23.1n.Thos. 

Griswold Adams. 
+ 6041. V. Louisa b. 11 April, 1825, m. War- 

ren W. Barber. 

6042. VI. Thurber Seymour (Hoskins) b. 24 June, 1827. 

6043. VII. Daniel Byron (Hoskins), b. 15 Aug., 1829, m. 

Julia Ann Miller, 14 Jan., 
186 

144. VIII. Esther Maria (Hoskins). b. 27 Sept., 1831, m. 

Amos W. Woodford, 21 
Feb.. 1855. He was b, 23 
Nov., 1829. 

45. IX. Eliza Jane (Hoskins), b. 2 Feb., 1834, m. Mar- 
tin Barber, 9 Feb., i860. 
Settled in Windsor. Ct. 

Child by 3rd wife : 
|.6. X. Emily Rosabell (Hoskins). b. Canaan. Ct., 12 

Oct.. [848. 

'2943. Ros \ Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct. 

about 1794, m. Nov.. 1 S 1 4 , William Mitchelson, b. 20 Jan.. 
1700. Settled in Simsbury, Ct., where he d. 2 July, 1854, 
and where his wife died, 1848. 

Children, b. Simsbury. Ct. : 

6047. I. Dwight (Mitchelson), b. April, 1817, d. 

6048. II. Jane b. 7 Jan., 1828, d. 

2944. Rockwell Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct., 
July, > tn. 1st, 24 Sept., 1818, Chloe Pinney, b. 15 Dec., 

1798, d. Canaan, Ct., 3 April. [822. He m. 2nd, 7 April, 
•4, Ruth Adams, b. March 1796. 



602 Seventh Generation, 

Mr. Hoskins settled in Canaan, Ct. 

Children by ist wife, b. Canaan, Ct.: 

+ 6049. I. Chloe Pinney (Hoskins), b. 3 July, 1820. m. 

George H. Latham. 
+ 6050. II. Jane Eliza (Hoskins), b, 8 July, [822, m. 

Gaylord P. Pinney. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Canaan, Ct.: 
+ 6051. III. Charlotte B. (Hoskins), b. 1 April, 1825. 111. 

Thomas G. Holcomb. 
+.6< IV. Elizabeth A. (Hoskins), b. 2- Jan., 1N27, m. 

Charles \V. Church. 
605 V. Caroline G. (Ho>kin^). b. 29 Sept.. [82 

+ 6054. VI. Henry Clay b. 20 Jan., 1832, m- 

Celia 1 'Id. 

+ 6055. VII. Ellen Ferry " b. 3 Feb., [854, m. 

James 1'. Brace. 

2945. Norton Hoskins, b. Canaan, Ct., 10 
July [801, m. to Feb., [825, Caudace Humphrey, b. Ma 
9, daughter o!' Asa ami Clarissa (Humphrey) Humphrey. 
Mr. Hoskins settled in Canaan, Ct.. but d. Simsbury, Ct., 
Nov 1 [843. 

Chi 1). Canaan, Ct. : 

I. Jai (Hoskins). 1 : n in. 

Maria 1 >il ' 
57. II. II ranklin 

44. 
+ 6058 • III. Watson Leverett " June. [830, m. 

Frances Allen. 
IV. Caudace Jen nette b. 4 Dec. 1831, m. 

U. E Case, 1 1831, 

V. Fr ette (Hoskins), b. 17 Nov.. 1- 

m. M . in. 

\'l Hdward (Hosk ; : I r< Nov 

April 
6062. VII. Laura Jane. " 24 Sept.. 1837, m. 

hn M. Hathaway, born 
+ 6063. VIII. Eliza Henrietta (Hoskins), b. 25 Oct. 
m. YV. H an. 



Set r iteration. 603 

2956. I,i Linda Case, b. Canaan, Ct., ri Jan.. 
1799, in. Harlow Ci »i6. Settled in Maine. He died 28 

June, [864. His wife Lucinda d. 28 June, 1856. 

Children, b. Maine : 

+ 6064. I. Hannah Celestia (Case), m. Lorenzo Leavitt. 

60 II. Lncinda Maria " 111. John B. Taft. .Set- 

tled in Boston. 

6066. III. Augustus Harlow m. twice. 

6067. IV. Charles Howard 

2957. Salome C b. Canaan, Ct., 30 

Dec. Charles M ises, 1823. Settled in Marcellus, 

Mich. 

Children, b. Marcellus, Mich.: 

4-6oi I. Curtis Hallock (Moses), b.  in. Anna 

Cook. 
6069. II. Henry L< b. 1S27, d. Boston, 

M •  unm. 

6o;< . III. Julia Ann " b. 1825, d 

6071. IV. Lucius b. j S3 1. unm. 

V. Henri b. 1836, m. Judsou 

Tli on. No 

2959. Dr. . . b. Ca- 
naan, Ct.. 26 Aug., t8o6, m. Priscilla Elvira Kecler, 1833. 

Mr. graduated at col] • icine, and settled 

in Williamsburgh, X. Y.. where he practiced med for 

irs. 

lildren, b. Williamsburgh N. Y.: 

073. I. Hannah Priscilla (Case),  Feb., 1834, d. 

1849. 
74. H. Franc rgiana ' 1.. Dec, 1 

6075 III. Julia Ellen " b. Oct., 1844, d. 

t8 4 5- 

2960. Lucn S Case, b. Canaan, Ct., 16 June, 
1811, in. Elizabeth Stillman, 1846. 

Mr. Case settled in Jersey City, N, J. 

Children, b. Jersey City, X. J. 
6076. I. Mary Rose (Case), b. 1849. 



6o# Seventh Generation.- 

6077. II. Harriett Robbins (Case), b. C857. 

6078. III. Katie Elizabeth (Case), b. [862 

2961. Samuel Stili -k. b. Canaan, Ct., 

26 Sept., 1813, m. 30 April, 1843, Mary Hoskins, No. 
Nov., 1815. Mr. Case settled in Canaan, Ct. 

Children, b. Canaan, Ct.: 
I. Au Rockwell (Case), b. 20 Oct., 1844. 

6080. II. John Lucius (Case), b. 22 Dec, [847. 

2973. Ozias Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., about 
1786, in. Clarissa Goddard, b. Simsbury Ct., [787, v she 
d. 29 Oct., [826, in her 39th year. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Simsbury. Ct., where he d. 9 August, 
1845, in his 59th year. He married 2nd, Zervia Warren. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

60S1. I. Frederick Schuyler, b. 17 Dec, 1809, m., no 

-ue. Settled in Natchez, Miss., [833, and 
rem. to Muscatine, Iowa, in 1*42. 
082 II. Roswell [., b. 23 Dec. [807, m. Clemence 

Benin 
+ 6083. III. Clark L.. h. 21 April. 1817, m. 

60S4. IV. Ozias, b. j. Sept.. 1801, m. Settled in 
Washington, Iowa. No issue. 
$5. V. Ursula Goddard, b. 13 Sept. [819. 

VI. Clarissa L., b. 11 Jan., 1813. 
6087. VII. Benjamin, b. 24 Feb., 1S24, d. 24 Fe -4- 

38. VIII. Elisha, b. 26 - d, 7 May, 1826. 

ildren, by 2nd wii 

6o v IX. Betse 

jo. X. Joseph Humphrey, b. Sim-bury. Ct. 

2974. J Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 10 
Dec, 17S4. m. • Charlotte Phelps, N - b. 
May, 1790, d. Simsbury, Ct., 11 July, 1852. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Simsbury. Ct., where he d. 13 May, 
4. 

Children, b. - Ltry, Ct.: 

+ 6091. I. Charlotte Letitia. b. 13 May, 1824, m. Ge(. 

W. Wright. 



Seventh Generation . 
6cv, II. David Judson, b. 6 Sept., [832, d. 20 Oct., 

2975. Betsey Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
>ut 1786, m, Feb. 20, 1797, Joseph Humphrey, b. Si< - 
bury, 27 Oct., 1778, son of Capt. Joseph and Annis (Petti- 
bone) Humphrey, resided in Sunshiny, Ct., removing to 
Ridgeville, Ohio, in 1822, where they both died. He was a 
tner. 

Children, b. Simsbury. Ct.: 

•93. I. Orson Joseph (Humphrey), b. 12 May, 17 

^ m. Lucina Sutliff. 

6094. II. Sally b. 3 June, 1801, 

m. Ichabod Terrell. 

6095. III.' Jewry (Humphrey), b. v . pril, 1804, d. 

num. in Conn., aged 23. 
IV. Annis (Humphrey) b. 7 Jan., i s "7, m, Harry 
Terrell. 
6097. V. Mark " b. 20 June, 1813, m. 

Nancy Beebe. 

2978- Warren Phelps b. probably in Sims- 
bury, Ct.. 25 April, 1:791, m. 27 April, 1814, Rachel 
Wright, h. 24 Feb., 1790, d. Simsbury, Ct., 15 Jan., 1849, 

Children : 

+ 6< I. Melinda.b. 14 August, [815, m. David Holmes. 

+ 6099. II. Asenath, h. 14 April. 1817, m.John Forsyt 

6100. III. Nancy, h. 24 Nov., 1819, m. Wm. Shaw, 

6101. IV. Lyman, b. 25 Nov., 1821, m. Joanna Keeler, 
+ 6102. V. Amanda, b 27 April, 1826, m. John Forsythe. 

6103. VI. Hinda, b. 20 April, 18 

2988. Orrin Terry, h. Simsbury, Ct, 12 
April, j 794. m. 20 Nov., 1816. Marilla Mills, b. 12 Jan., 17 (5 
d. Sept., 1851. Mr. Terry appears to have settled in Lafay- 
ette, Ind. 

Children, b. Lafayette, Ind.: 

6x04. I. Orin Phelps (Terry), b.15 Dec. 1S17, d. 11 

Sept. . 1 S_| 1 , num. 
+ 6i II. Charles Mills (Terry), b.  Oct., 1819, m. 

Lucy Jane Weston. 



6u6 Seventh Generation. 

6106. III. Samuel (Terry), b. 10 May, 1822, in. 23 Jan., 

12, Annette Goodwin. She was b. 11 
Sept.. 1829. 
+ 6: IV. Elizabeth (Terry), b. 1 -March. 1824, m. twice. 

6n - V. Claiborne " b. 10 June. 1S26. in. 1 

Susan Troup. Res. Granville, Ind. No' 
sue. 
6109. VI. G< (Terry), b. 16 July. m. Lou 

St->ut. 
+ 6ij". VII. Jane Ann " b. [3 Dec, 1831, m. Timothy 
(). Martin. 

2999. Dk. Alexander Cotton r b. 
• nsbury, Ct., 25 Oct.. 1794, m. 20 Jan., [830, Harriet Eliza 
Wood. b. Simsbury, Ct.. 24 March. [806, d. Simsbury. Ct., 
24 March. 1856. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Simsbury, Ct.. removing to Dundaff, 
in [827, thence to Waverly, N. Y., where he practiced 
medicine, and d. July 22 [874. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 
11. I. Mary Phinney, b. 10 April 1S3;. d. 22 May. 

6112. II. Harriett Elizabeth, b. 1 Feb., [833, m. 

13. III. Norman Alexander, b. 14 Feb., 1834, m. 

cr. 
61 14. IV. Edward Dwight, b. 25 Jan.. d. 5 Jan.. 

O- 

6i 13. V. Mary Hodge b. 25 D( 

VI. Homer Slur ; Oct., 1840, d. 30 April, 

+ 6117. VII. - Amelia, b. 22 Sept.. [842, m. thl 

tim 
6118. VIII. Rachel Phinney. b. 1^ . d. 4 

A -. 

3000. Horace Griswold Phelps b. Sim- 
bury, Ct.. 2 Feb July, [819, Hannah Cortwright, 
b. 9 June, 1801, d. 22, 1878. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Simsburv. Ct., soon removing to Duudaff, Penn. where he 
w .. I with his brother, John Ja^^n the manufacture 

He died in 1S71. in Corning, ^Y. 



nth Generah 6oj 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

6119. I. John Cortwright, b, 8 May, 1822, m. Sarah 

C. Stevens, 6 Jan., 1855. She was .2 

August, 1S24. He d. Jan. 27, 18S7. 

+ 6120. II. Mary, b. 22 Sept.. 1824, m. Claudius K.Pratt. 

6121. III. Elisha, b. 12 April, 1827, d. 1 July, 1851, 

unm. 

+ 6122. IV. Draper LeGrand. b. 9 Jan., [829, m. Alary 

Hendriek. 
+ 6123. V. Martha, b. 3 April, 1834, na. Alonzo D. Ter- 

williger. 
6124. VI. Horaee Beverly, b. n May, 1843. Interested 
in railroads. He d. 1881, 

3001. Ja.max Hart Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
7 Aug., 1799. in. Abigail Hoskins, No. 2930, 1 Jan.. 1S23. 
She was daughter of Ar,a and Abigail (Case) Hoskins, -and \ 

b. Simsbury, Ct., 2s Feb.. 1798, d. 1879. Mr. Phelps settled 
in Simsbury, Ct., soon removing to Dundaff, Pa. 

Child, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 6125. I. John Case, b. 20 April, 1825.111. Martha W. 

Bennett. 

3002. Edward Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 
Feb., 1802, m. 25 Nov., 1822 Samantha Hubbard, No. 29- 
b. 2 May, 1803, d. 28 Nov., 1857. 

Mr, Phelps settled in Simsbury, Ct., where he d. 4 Oct., 
[830, in his 29th year. (His widow m.. 2nd Lyman Sears, 7 
Dec., 1840, and had Ellen Avery Sears, 18 Feb., 1836. d. 31 
Jan.. 1S4S. Edward Lyman Sears, b. 9 April, 1S46.) 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 
+ 6126. I, Emily Samantha, b. 11 .Sept., George 

Partridge Field. 
+ 6127". II. Sarah Amelia, b. 20 March. 1 x Algernon 

M. McKiuney. 
612N. III. Rachel Finney, b. 28 March, 1851. 

3004. Norman Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 10 
Nov.. 1806, 111. Sarah Wright, 21 Feb., is 

Mr. Phelps settled in Dundaff, about the same time that his 
brother removed to Waverly, and engaged in farmini 



»g- 



608 Seventh Generation. 



Child, b. Dundaff, Penn. 



6129, I. vSarah Celestine, b. 30 Nov., 1848, d. Julj 

[898, 111. June 21, 1870, Sterling Bedford. 

3005. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
30 Dec, [808, 111. 12 Jan., 1837, Dr. Simeon Shurtleff, b. g 
July, [808. Settled in Westfiel He was greatly in- 

terested in the Phelps Genealogy and gave many records of 
the family of his wife. She died July, 1 Su 1 . No record of 
children. 

:{()()(). Hon. John Jay Phelps, 1>. Simsbury, 
Ct., 25 Oct., [810, m. Rachel Badj Phinney, 29 Jan., [835, 

at Dundaff, Penn. She was daughter of Col. G. Phiun< 
and was b. 12 Dec.; 1812, d. New York City. 

Mr. Phelps left his father's house at the age of 13 years. 
He owned and edited (before his majority), in partnership 
with G D. Prentiee, (after ward of the Louisville Courier) , 

the New England Weekly Review, published at Hartford. In 
I m the manufacture of glass in Dundaff, Penn., 
and became acquainted with the coal fields of the Lackawanna 
Valley, in which he was afterwards so closely and profitably 
connected. Later he became connected with his cousin, Amos 
R. lino, as large wholesale merchants in New York City, under 
the firm name of Eno & Phelps, which firm was continn 
ten years, when they dissolve'!. He continued in the mercan- 
tile business, and operated 1 :ate. with gr< 
boldness and success. Before he was 40 years old he had built 

splendid block on the \ old Grace Church, and another 

on the site oi the Park Theatre. All these operations were 
entered into by his old partner, Mr. I vim finished by 

building the Fifth Avenue Hotel. As a director of the Erie 
railroad he received the thanks of the city council by a joint 
th branches, ad was for a longtime promi- 
nently identified with the Delaware, Lackawanna <S: Western 
R. R. Co. He was president, resigning in 1853, but remain- 
ing in the board tili lie svas one of the first to use free- 
ne in the architecture of New York City. He was loi 
connected with the direction of the Mercantile. Second Na- 
tional and City Banks, the Camden & Amboy R. R. Co., the 



Seventh Generation. 609 

Manhattan Gas Light Co., and Bleecker Street Savings Insti- 
tute, also with many other public and private trusts, which 
show the high esteem in which he was held by his fellow- 
citizens, while his will contained bequests to many educa- 
tional and charitable institutions, He died in New York City, 
12 May, 1869, and was buried in Simsbury, Ct. 

Children, b. New York City.: 

+ 6130. I. Ella Ada, b. 28 March, 1838, m. Rev. David 

Stuart Dodge. 
+ 6131. II. William Walter, b. 24 Nov., 1839, m. He). 

Sheffield. 

6132. III. Francis Alexander, b. 1 April, 1841, d. 5 

April, 1S4S. 

3007. Judge Sherman David Phelps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 20 July, 1S14, in. 14 June, 1842, Susan EUecta 
Porter, b. 20 Nov., 1823, d. 1 Sept., 1843. 

He married 2nd, 27 Oct., 1853, Elizabeth Ann Sweet, b. 27 
August, 1826. 

Mr. Phelps went to Penn. iu 1S29, and worked for his 
brothers. Moved in 1836, to Dundaff, Pa., thence to New 
York, and soon after to Tunkhanuock, N. Y., where he en- 
gaged in the mercantile business, and railroad contracting, 
thence, iu 1854, to Binghamton. N. Y., where he was unusu- 
ally successful He d. in 1878. 

Child bv first wife.: 

6133. I. Stella, b. 31 March, 1843, d. 29 August, iS 13. 

Children by 2nd wife : 

54. II. Robert Sherman, b. 8 May, 1855, m. Harriett 

Taylor. No issue. 
6135. III. Arthur David, b. 3 August, 1859, d. 31 Oct., 
1 88c), num. 
This family is now extinct. 

3011. Oliver Cromwell Phelps, 1». Sims- 
Ct., 13 March, 17^7. m. Sarah Hubbard, No. 2913, b. Granby, 
27 May, 1799, d. 12 May, 1857. 

He m. 2nd, Harriet Wilder, 3rd , Peters, b. 25 March, 

1806, d. August, i860. 

(39) 



6io 



Seven th Generation . 



Mr. Phelps settled probably in Simsbury, Ct., and also for 
a time in Monroe Co., Georgia. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct., except the last : 
+ 6136. I. Sarah Caroline, b. 1824, m. Isaac Ensign. 

6137. II. Sushi:, b. [826 d, 31 July. [881, num. 

61- III. Oliver, b. 182S 'July. 1829. 

+ 6! IV. Oliver Roswell, b. 1829, m. Eugenia Lanier. 

ud. V. Susan Jane, b. 1835, m. 1852, Parker Johnson. 

S52. No issue. 
+ 6141. VI. Abigail (  \ a, b. Monroe Co., Ga., 17 'May, 
1840, m. Frederick Elsworth. 

3012. Abigail Griswold P] b Sims- 

bury, Ct., 16 June, April, 1828, Job Case, b. 

Simsbury, Ct., 28 Jul) . 

children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

I. Rachel Lurana (Case) :• June. [828, d. 

1830. 
II. Ariel Job " b. 

Mary K. Thomps 
III. Alonzo Grove (Case), b 

Julia P. Chaff 
I\'. Oliver Cromwell b. 22 Dec, 1839, d. 

16 Oct. , 1862, num. 
V Abby Jane (Case), b n August 46. 



6142 

+ 0143 

144 

0146 



m. 



2 Jan., 1831, 

7 Jan., 1834, m. 



3013. Susannah Ensign Pb b. Sims- 

19 Dec, 1807, m. 26 Jan.. [832, Jeremiah Fuller, 

b. 14 July, 1811. Settled in Simsbury. Ct. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 
I. Asaph Jeremiah I Fuller) b. 10 Jan.. 
II. Cornelia Lurana b. 4 Nov. 1—4. m. 

March, 1862. James Pettibone Harring- 
ton. 

III. Georgia Catharine (Fuller), b. 6 Jan., 1- 
m. Charles Raymond. 

IV. Phel] " b. 2oMay, 1842. 
V. Oliver Cromwell " b. 2oNov.,i8 

VI. Harriett Rebecca " b. 5 May, 1849. 



bury, Ct. 



6147. 

0148. 



+ 6 

6151. 
6152. 



Seventh Generation. 611 

v 

80*20. Elizabeth Griswold, b. Windsor, Ct., 
7 Jul}-, 17S1, m. 3 Sept., 1798, Timothy Sexton. Settled in 
Windsor, Ct. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 6153, I. Edson (Sexton), b. 3 Sept., 1800, m. Cor- 

nelia Carter. 
+ 6:54. II. Eunice b. 27 March, 1802, m. 

Richard P. Morgan. 
+ 6155. III. Marvin (Sexton), b. 23 April, 1804. m. three 

times. 
+ 6156. IV. Henry Griswold (Sexton), b. 19 July, 1- 

m. Clarissa Barber. 
+ 6157. V. Charlotte Elizabeth b. 3 July, 1809, 

m. Rev. Davis Stocking. 
+ 6158. VI, Sidney Smith (Sexton), b. 2 June, 181 2, m. 

twice. 
6159 VII. Alonzo Cicero b. 18 Dec, 1816, d. 

14 May, 1840, mini. 

3022. ErcRirriA Griswold, b. Windsor, Ct., 
about 1783, d. Sept. 10, 1831, m. Nov. 27, 1808. Nathaniel 
Lyman Hayden, b. Nov., 1781, d. 186.4, son of Nathaniel and 
Rhoda (Lyman) Hayden. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 6160. I. Edward (Hayden), b. 5 July, [8ti, m. Lor 

Denslow. 
+ 6i6r. II. Nathaniel Lyman (Hayden), b. 15 May, [813, 

m. Mary Ann Ellsworth. 
+ 6i III. George Phelps (Hayden), b. 11 Now. 1815, 

m. Prances Loomis. 
6163. IV. Uriah Pinney (Hayden), b. 9 May, 18 18. 

+ 6164. V. Samuel Barber b. 15 Feb., 1821, m. 

Sarah Halsey. 

3024. Aurelia Griswold, b. Windsor, Ct., 

about 1790, m. 4 March, 181 1. Martin Hayden, b. May 20, 
17X2, d, March 24, [847, son of Levi and Margaret (Stron 
Hayden'. Settled in Otsego Co.. N. Y., and from there re- 
moved to Milwaukee, Wis. His widow d. 1864. 



6l2 



Seventh Generation. 



Children, b. Milwaukee, Wis., except first : 

6165. I. Margaret S. (Harden), b. Otsego Co., 29 Feb., 

1 81 2, m. Aaron B. Gates. 

6166. II. Elizabeth (Harden), b. 31 March, 1S14. 

+ 6167. III. Henry Anson " b. 7 March, 1816, m. Vir- 
ginia J. Dodge. 

+ 616S. IV. Mortimer M. " b. 14 Jan., 1818, m. Maria 
Lawton. 

6169. V. Aurelia " b. 26 May 1819, d. 2 June, 

[819. 

6170. VI. Edward Griswold (Hayden), 1». 1: August, 

[820, d. 24 June, 1S22. 

617 1. VII. Edward Griswold (Hayden), b. 24 Dec, 1822 

6172. VIII. Aurilla (Hayden), b. 31 June, 1N26, m. 

Keenan. 

6173. IX. Albert Griswold (Hayden), b. 11 Aug., 1829. 
(.174. X. Ellen Adelia " b. [3 April, [831, 

d. 20 Oct.. 1847. 
6175. XI. Frances Jennette " b. 9 August, 1836. 

3028. Elizabeth Hull, b. Derby, Ct,, 17s — , 
m. James E. Walter. 

Children : 



6176. 


I. Samuel (Walter). 




6177. 


II. George 




78. 


III. William 




61; 


IV. Isaac 




NO. 


V. Eleanora 






3029. MARY Hill, b. Derby. Ct.. 


m . Israel 


Higgins. 


Settled in Eden, Maine. 

Children, b. Eden, Maine: 




6 1 S 1 . 


I. Jonathan (Hi- 




61S2. 


ll. Stephen 




6183. 


III. Eliza 




6184. 


IV. Royal 




6185. 


A'. Charlotte " . 




61S6. 


VI. Beth 




61S7. 


VII. Sophia 





Seventh Gene ra tio n . 



6r, 



Gerley, 


They 


6188. 


6189. 


6190. 


6191. 


6192. 


6193, 


6194. 


6195. 


6196. 



3030. Nancy Hull. b. Derby, Ct., m. Royal 

settled in Boston, Mass.: 

Children, b. Boston, Mass.: 

I. Royal (Gerley), b. 

II. Charlotte " b. 

III. Caroline Leonora (Gerley), b. 

IV. Ann Maria (Gerley), b. 
V. George " b. 

VI. Eliza " b. 

VII. Louisa " b. 

VIII. William " b. 

IX. Julia " b. 

3032. Amelia Hull, b. Derby, Ct., m. James 
Bassett. Settled in Derby. 

Children, b. Derby, Ct.: 

6197. I. Charlotte Hull (Bassett,) b. 

6198. II. William L. li b. . 

6199. III. James C. " b. 

6200. IV. Amanda " b. 

6201. V, David Sauford " b. 

3033. Sophia Mansfield Hlll, b. Derby. 
Ct., m. John W. Molton. She m. 2nd. Nathaniel Bacon. 

Children, by 1st husband : 

6202. I. Amelia Hull (Molton). 

+ 6203. II. Amanda Sophia " m. James Bunu 

6204. III. John W. 

3036. Harriett Leonora Hull, b. Derby, 
Ct., 7 March, 1800. m. 1827, Sheldon Bassett, b. Derby, Ct., 
18 February, 1S05, d. 26 June, 1864 

Children, b. Derby, Ct.: 

+ 6205. I. William Hull (Bassett), b. 21 Oct., 1827, 1:1. 

Elizabeth Stratton. 
206. II. Royal Molton (Bassett), b. 22 Oct., 1828, m. 

Frances J. Stratton. 
6207. III. Lucy Matilda b, 20 May, 1830, d. 

21 August, 1 831. 



6ij Seventh Generation. 

+ 6208. IV. Ellen Sophia, (Bassett). b. 24 Jan., 1832, m. 

George N. Norton. 
+ 6209. Y. Lavinia Hull b. 17 April, 1^34. m. 

Thomas B. DeForest. 
+ 6210. VI. Lucy Phelps b. 10 May, 1837, m. 

Charles Frederick Colt. 
+ 6211. VII. Theodon leldon (Bassett), b. 26 April, 185 
in. Caroline Louisa Wells. 

3037* John Owen Hotchkiss, b. Derby, Ct., 

1791. m. Mary Town^end. She was b. 1790, d. 1845. 
Mr. Hotchkiss settled in Derby, Ct. 

Children, b. Derby, Ct.: 

:.?. 1. Sophia (Hotchkiss). b. y Nov., 1809, m. Wil- 

liam W. Johnson 
6213. II. J< hi' Atwater (Hotchki.-s), b 5 June, im t, 111. 

14. III. Ann Maria b. S June, 1S14. m. 

Robert Gat< S. 
IV. Laura Nan< b. 4 Oct., 1818, m. 

IVu r A 1 [egernau. 
>i6. V. Mary Charlotte " b. 25 April, 1820, m. 

Win. Gate^ Brown. 
.7. VI. William Johnson b. 9 July, 1X27, m. 

Mary Jane Wakeley. 

'M)\'i. C11 \ :: Mi-.i . b. Sii 

bury, Ct.. 11 Oct.. 1786, in. 17 March Frederick Wil- 

liam Jewett, b. Granby, Ct.. 2 Nov., 1790. Settled in Gran 
Ct., and sooii Hartford, Ct.. where he died 16 June, 

^4. His widow died in Granby, Ct., 29 Dec. 187 1. 
Children, b. Granby, Ct.: 
I. Charlotte Juliette (Jewett 1. b. 23 May, 1815, 
d. 12 Feb.. 
+ 6219. II. Noah Amherst (Jewett), b. 17 Nov.. [816, m. 

canna B. Street. 
+ t> III. Frederick Stiles (Jewett), b. 2'. Feb., 1819, m. 

twice. 

+ 6221. IV. George Dwi wett), b. 1 May. 1822, m. 

lia Burr. 



^ 



V 



 

I 

  ' 




JEFFERY O. PHELPS, Senior. 



Seventh Generation. 615 

+ 6222. V. Henry Frank (Jewett), b. 23 Feb., 1826, m. 

Roxanna Gillett. 

3043. Hon. Noah Amherst Phelps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 16 Oct.. 1788, m. 7 April, 1822, Delia Clark, 
b. 1787. d. Hartford, Ct., 1840. He m. 2nd Catharine St. 
John. She d. New Haven, Ct., 26 Sept., 1874. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hartford, Ct., where he d. 26 Aug., 
1 .87 2. Mr. Phelps was educated at Yale, studied law and 
practiced in Hartford, and was sheriff of that county for 12 
years. Was Assistant Judge, of Hartford, and subsequently 
chosen Judge of Middlesex Co. He was also United States 
Collector for that district in Conn., and was frequently in the 
State legislature, and in 1844, in the State Senate, and at one 
time was Secretary of State. He published a history of Sims- 
bury, and Granby, in 1845, giving a geneaological record of 
the first settlers of these places. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Hartford, Ct.: 

+ 6223. I. Mary Louisa, b. 8 Sept., 1820, in. Joseph 

Arnold. 
+ 6224. II. Ellen Henrietta, b. 1 Feb., 1823, m. Henry Van 

Yalkenburgh. 

6225. III. Caroline Frances, b. 18 Aug., 1824, d. 27 

July, 1850. 

6226. IV. Andrew Jackson, b. 31 August, 1827. 

6227. V. Eugene A., b. 9 August. 1828. 

6228. VI. Noah Amherst, b. 7 July, 1831, d. New 

Haven, Ct., 3 June, 1867. 

3044. Hon. Jeffery Orson Phelps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 1 Feb., 1791, m. 26 Dec, 1816, Pollina Salome Barn- 
ard, b. Scotland, St. Andrews Parish, 5 June, 1789, d. Simsbury, 
Ct. , 6 April, 1828, dan. of libene/.er and Mary (Pinney) Barnard- 
He m. 2nd Lydia Harriette Humphrey, 7 Jan., 1829. She 
was daughter of Col. Jonathan and Fydia Griswold (Phelps) 
Humphrey, and was b. 20 May, 1783, d. Simsburv, Ct., 6 
June, 1866. 

Mr. Phelps was a civil engineer and surveyor, and paymas. 
ter of militia for Conn., in war of 1812, and held the office of 
postmaster from 181 7, for 43 years. Was frequently in the 



616 Seventh Generation. 

Legislature, and was deputy sheriff several years, subsequently 
assistant judge, and later chief judge of Hartford, Ct. He d. 
21 March, 1879. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 6229. I. Ebenezer Barnard, b, 21 Aug., 1817, m. Cath- 

arine Amelia Humphrey. 

+ 6230. II. Jeffery Orson, b. 3 Aug. , 1820, m. Jane Humph- 

rey, 2nd, Eleanor A. Crandall. 

+ 6231. III. Mary Pauline, b. 15 Oct., 1822, m. Nathaniel 
B. Stevens. 

+ 6232. IV. Charlotte Wilcox, b. 17 April. 1825, m. Dud- 
ley P. Ely. 

3045. Fanny Rosanna Phelps, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 8 Nov., 1795, m. 1 May 1823, Jonathan Pettiboue He 
was son of Col. Jonathan aiid Hannah (Owens) Pettibone, and 

was b. Simsbury, Ct., 31 May, j 775. where he settled and d. 
19 Sept., 1829. His widow d. at the house of her daughtei 
Mrs. Horace Winslow, 22 August, 1877. 

Mrs. Pettibone was much interested in this work and we are 
indebted to her for many valuable recori 

ChUd, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 6233. I. Charlotte Henrietta (Pettibone) 1>. Simsbury, 

Ct 23 July, 1S24, m. Rev. Horace Wins- 
low . 

3046. Hector Fayette Pheli Sims- 
bury, Ct., 26 July, 1797, m. 1 Jan., 1827, Roxanna Selina 
Barnard, b. Wintonbury, now Bloomfield, Ct., 19 Jan., 
1806, d. Simsbury, Ct., 3 Nov., 1881. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at college, studied law and settled in 
ury, Ct., where lie practiced for many years. He di 
there eo February, 1874, in his 78th year. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

+ 6234. I. Emma Maria, b. 27 Fel [828, m. Rollin S 

Haw lew 

6235. II. France- Henrietta, b. 30 May, 1S30, m. Hoyt 

M s = of Simsbury. 

6236. III. Margaret Evelyn, b. 5 June, 1832, m. Abram 

M ses 1 :t $5 . She d. Meriden, Ct. 



f 



-A 1 






' .  





V 



£&, ^*~v 



'^., & ^ A "¥^ 



Seventh Generation. 6iy 

6237. IV. A son, b. 27 July, 1833. d. 30 July, 1S33. 
+ 6238. V Hector Fayette, b. 3 June, 1834, m. Octavia 

Howlaud. 
+ 6239. VI. John Wesley, b. 22 April, 1S36, m. Mary K. 

Buckley. 

6240. VII. Mary Pauline, b. 13 April, 1838, m, Selah 

Alexander. 

6241. VIII. George Mortimer, b. 22 March, 1846. 

3047. Emma Maria Phelps, b. Simsbury. 
Ct., Dec. 10, 1799, in. May 11, 1825, William Mather, b. 
Simsbury, Ct., April 24, 1796, d. March 18, 1869, son of 
William and Anna (Lewis) Mather. 

Res Simsbury, Ct. Mr. Mather was a representative in the 
-state legislature and was very prominent in all public affairs. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

6242. 1. Phineas Lewis (Mather), b. August 9, 1827, 

d. August 26, 1827. 

6243. II- Thomas Scott (Mather), b. April 24, 1829, 

m, . No issue. A real estate dealer in 

Spriufield, Iud., Adj. Gen. of Militia of 
State of Illinois. 

6244. III. William Clayton (Mather), b. Feb. 11, 1831. 

m. Jan. 22, 1857, Jane Caroline Brockett. 
No issue. Res. Simsbury, Ct. 

6245. IV Julia Maria (Mather), b, Aug. 26, 1833, m. 

Rev. C. P. Croft. Res. Simsbury. Ct. 
'246. V Isabella Phelps (Mather), b. Nov. 23, 1833, 

d. Sept. 28, 1857, mini. 

304-8. Dr. Guv Rowland Phklps, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 1 April, 1S02, m. Hannah Latimer, 20 March, 1833. 
She was daughter of Capt. Wait and Hannah (Pettibone) Lat- 
imer, and was b. Simsbury, Ct., 23 June, 1801, and d. Hart- 
ford, Ct., 28 May, 1873. 

Dr. Phelps graduated at Yale Medical College in clas- 
rS25, settled in New York City for two years, then removed 
to Simsbury, Ct.. where he practiced until after the birth of 
his first child, when he removed to Hartford, Ct.. where hed. 
is March, 1869, He was the founder of the Connecticut 
Mutual Life Insurance Co. 



618 Seventh Generation. 

Soon after Dr. Phelps settled in Hartford he took out an 
insurance policy on his life of $5,000. The life insurance 
business at this time was in its infancy, in a crude state, and 
many did not favor it. This with his enfeebled health proba- 
bly led him to thoroughly examine the business in which he 
became greatly interested. He was eight years in perfecting 
and arranging his plans and in getting up a charter for his 
company which he had decided to establish. After this hewi 
two years in securing this charter from the Conn, state leg 
lators, many of whom considered his scheme as impracticable. 
Finally in is_p! the Conn. Mutual Life Insurance Co, was 
chartered. Dr. Phelps, seeing the necessity of a guarantee 
fund to protect the policy holders and make his company's 
rations successful, finally succeeded in getting the presi- 
dent of the ^tna Fire Insurance Co.. with others, to raise 
guarantee sum of $50,000, thus putting his company in a 
good financial working condition. Under Dr. Phelps's plans 
and organization the workings of the company was very suc- 
nd profitable and during the first twenty years nearly 
all the insurance companies in the state had adopted his plan 
of working. 

It is said that for a time Dr. Phelps was the only active 
working man in the office and over 100 of the first poli( 
were taken out by his friends during this time. Shortly be- 
fore his death, in 1S69, he remarked to his family that he had 
just completed his 23rd annual report f stockholders and 

und an accumulated capital - 00,000 and that the 

company was in a condition to care fur itself for the next 
ars without assistanc 

After the draft riot in New York City Dr. Phelps was asked 
how a policy on the life of a soldier called out to quell a riot 
was affected in his company. He answered in his character- 
istic way that a policy on a soldier called out to quell a mob, 
and was ordered to fire, fired into the mob, the policy would 
not be affected, but if he fired over their heads the premium 
would be increased threefold. 

Dr. Phelps was a man of marked individuality, of deep and 
intense convictions, with a magnetism that drew and held men 
to him aside from consideration of personal government. He 
was a scholar well versed in legal as well as medical jurispru- 



-*\ 










y^^-e flirty 




Seventh Generation. 6ip 

dence and was held in high esteem by his townsmen. During 
the administration of the affairs of his company, for over 23 
years, he was in all questions of importance considered the 
court of final appeal. He died respected and loved by his 
fellow townsmen. 

Children : 

6247. I. Antoinette Randolph, b. Simsbury, Ct., 28 

June, 1835. Resides in Hartford, Ct., mini. 

6248. II. Maria Augusta, b. Hartford, Ct., 11 Dec, 

1837, d. 29 March, 1861. 

6249. III. Guy Carlton, b. Hartford, Ct,, 22 Sept., 1839, 

d. 16 June, 1S42. 

6250. IV. Guyana Rowland, b. Hartford, Ct., 29 April, 

1844, d. 14 June, 1844. 

304-U. Georgp; Dwight Phklps, b, Simsbury, 
Ct., 6 April, 1804, m. Frances Henrietta Fitz Randolph, 12 
May, 1830. She was daughter of John Fitz Randolph, and 
was b. New York city, 14 April, 1S09, where she d. 15 Jan., 

1831. She had no issue. Hem. 2nd, Mary Avers, 16 Dec, 

1832. She was daughter of Simeon Avers, and was b. New 
Brunswick, N. J., 29 Dec, 1S11, d, in New York city, 12 
Jan., 1844. He m. 3rd, Harriett Augusta Avers, 19 June, 
1845. She was sister to his 2nd wife, and was b. New Bruns- 
wick, N. J., 3 Feb., 1N26. 

He died in New York city, Aug. 31, 1872, and was bnried 
in Simsbury. 

Mr. Phelps removed to New York city early in life, and 
came a wholesale druggist, and retired from business in 1852. 
He was president of the L. & \Y. R. R. Co., now the Dela- 
ware, Lackawanna & Western R. R. Co., during the con- 
struction of the southern division of the road, and until it 
was successfully operated, and the Wyoming coal fields 
brought into direct connection with New York. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. New York cit \ : 

6251. I. Frances Henrietta, 1>. 4 Feb., 1836, d. 1 May, 

1 841 . 

6252. II, George Dwight. b. 7 Nov., 1837, d. 16 Se 

}9. 



620 Seventh Generation . 

6253. III. George Dwight, b. 8 August. 1839, d. 22 

July, 1883. 

6254. IV. Mary Avers, b. 12 Feb.. 1841, m. Horace 

Wolcott Robbins. 

6255. V. David Hoadley, b. 19 Jan.. 1843, d. 24 Aug., 

43- 

3051. Laura Griswold Humphrey, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., 18 Sept.. 17 s ;. d. Nov. /. 111. 12 Jau,, 1813, 
Richard Bacon, b. 11 Oct., 1775, son of Richard Bacon. 
Settled in Simsbury, Ct., where he died. 

Children, 1). Simsbury, Ct.: 

6256. I. Richard (Bacon), b. 30 March. 1*14. d. [3 

Oct.. [838, unni. 
6257 II, Harriett H. (Bacon), b. 18 Sept., 1815, m. 

. Res. Simsbury, Ct. 

625 III. Elizabeth Louisa (Bacon), b. 1 Oct., 1819, d. 

]S*>y, mini. 
59. IV. Muses Tyon (Bacon), b. 29 Jan., [S22, d. 7 

August, 1^43, num. 
+ 6260. V. Charles C. (Bacon), b. 14 Feb., 1S24. 111. 

Anna Putnam. 
VI. Maria (Bacon), b. 14 Dec. 1825, 111. Chaun- 
cey E. Ei 
62'- VII. Philip (Bacon), b. 8 April 1827. Res. Sims- 
bury, Ct.. unni. 

3053. Emily Phelps, b. Simsbury. Ct.. Sept.. 
2, m. Rev. George Martin. 
They settled in Bristol. Ct. His wife d. at birth of her 
only ch 

Child, b. Bristol. Ct.: 
6263. I. George Phelps (Martin) 

3054-. Marianna Phelps, b. Simsbury. Ct 
10 March, 1795, m. 15 April Thomas Belden, b. Hart- 

ford, Ct.. where he settled and died. His widow d. Hartford, 
Ct., in May. 1863. 

Child, b. Hartford, Ct.: 
0264. I. A son who died in infancy. 



Seventh Generation. 



621 



3056. George Rex Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 
1798, removed with his father to Windsor, Ohio, where he 
married Minerva Hynes, b. Windsor, Ohio, where she d. 6th 
July, 1846. Mr. Phelps settled in Ohio, where he d. 16 July, 
1846. 



6265 
6266 
6267 
6268 

6269 

6270 

6271 
6272 



Children, b. Windsor, Ohio : 



I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 



Starks Edwards, 
Hector Fayette. 
Charles Wesley. 
Samuel Stebbins. 
V. John Smith. 
VI. Eliza Lucretia, m. George March. 
Dec, 1840, Windsor, Ohio. 
VII. George Rex. 
VIII. Emily Maria, m. William Mather. He d. c8 
March, 1862. His widow d. 21 March, 1S62, 
and they were buried in one grave. 



She d. 13 



3060. Gov. John Smith Phelps, b. Simsbury, 

Ct.. 22 Dec, 1S14, m. 30 April, 1837, ^I<* r y Whitney, b. Port- 
laud, Me., S Jan., 1812, d. Springfield, Mo., 26 Jan. ,.1878. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Trinity College, Hartford, Ct., 
studied law and was admitted to the bar at the age of 21 years 
Soon after marrying, in 1837, he removed to Springfield, Mo., 
accompanied by William Blair of Westfield, Mass., who soon 
disappeared and was never heard from. 

Mr. Phelps was soon elected to the state legislature. In 
1 845 he was sent by his district to the United States Congress, 
which office he held for many years, and at one time was 
father of the House, having served the greatest number of 
years in succession. 

He was also Governor of the state for three terms. Mr. 
Phelps was a democrat, voting the pro-slavery ticket. In 1864 
Congress appropriated the sum of $20,000 to be paid to Mr. 
Phelps for his services in caring for U ti ' oldiers and bury- 
ing those killed at the battle of Wilson's Creek in the war of 
t, He died in St. Louis, Mo., 20 Nov., [886. 



Children, b. Springfield, Mo. 



622 Seventh Generation, 

+ 6273. I. John Elisha, b. 6 April. 1839, m. Margaret J. 

White. 

6274. II. Thomas Benton, b. Feb.. 1842, d. 29 Oct.. 

[842. 

6275. III. Lucy Jane. b. Jan., [844, d. 27 Sept., 1847. 
+ 6276. IV. Mary Ann, b. 4 July, [846, 111. Hon. J. B. 

Montgomery. 
6277. V. Lucy Jane, b. Dec. 1847, d. 22 June, 1848. 

3061. Lucy Jane Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 

1 Nov., [818, 111, 6 June, [836, Amos Richard Eno, b. Sims- 
bury, Ct., x Now, [810, son of Solomon and Mary (Richards) 
Eno. Settled in New York city where he was a prosperous 

merchant. He built and owned the Fifth Avenue Hotel, of 
Xew York city. Mrs. Eno d. March 4, 1882. 

Children, b. Xew York city : 

78. I. Amos 9. (Eno), b. 13 June. 1837. 

79. II. Mary Jane " b. 23 Sept.. in. James 

\Y. Fincho$7 15 May, [864. 

6280. III. Ann Maria (Eno), b. 26 Feb., 1840. 

6281. IV. Henry Clay " b. 17 Oct., [841. 
sj. V. Antoinette " b. 20 Jan., 1842. 

6283, VI. Solomon Elisha (Eno), b. 26 July, 1846, d. 28 
Feb., 1847. 
284. VII. John Chester (Eno), b. 22 Jan., [848. 

6285. VIII. Lucy Smith " i s -|o. d. to 

August, 1852. 
iX. William Phelps " b. 3 June, 1858, m, 
April 4, [883, Mary Louisa Alice Rathbone, 
b. New Orleans, La., Jan. 21 dan. of 

Henry Alanson and Annie R. ( Pov 
Rathbone No issue. 

3062. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Simsbury. Ct., 
28 Oct.. 1:819, m - John Allen »n of Levi and Electa (Hi 
Allen. 

Settled in Xew York city, where he was a prominent mer- 
chant. 

Children, b. Xew York citv : 



Seventh Generation. 623 

62S7. I. Lucy Phelps (Allen), b. 1848. 

6288. II. Jane Jennette b 1850 

628 III. Mary Constance" b. 1S52. 

^290. IV. Edith Electa b. 1854, d. 1S59. 

6291. V. John b. 1855. 

;2. VI. William " b. 1857. 

6293. VII. Isaac " b. 185.;. 

30(>3 Phineas Warren Noble, b. Simsbury, 
Ct,, Dec. 1, 1783. d. Aug., 1866, m. March 12, r S 1 5, Honor 
B., Catlin, b. 1784, d. March 26, [826, aged 42, daughter of 
Daniel and Honor (Catlin) Catlin. 

He m. 2nd, Dec. 10, 1829, Chloe Owen, b. August 15, 1795, 
d. Harwinton, Ct., August 15, 1872, daughter of George and 
Chloe Owen, of Windsor, Ct. 

He was a merchant in Harwinton, Ct., and was representa- 
tive in 1S27, [828, 1844, 1845, and 1S50. 

Children, b. Harwinton, Ct., by 1st wife: 

6294. I Sarah Amelia (Noble), b. Dec. 26, 1815, d 

Feb. 16, 18 16. 
62' II. Sarah Amelia b. April 17, 18 17, nv 

Luman Pratt Bissell, of Kent, Ct. Child, 

Sarah Jane. 
62 III. Leonard Humphrey (Noble), b. Sept. 4, 181 8, 

d. Jan. 7, 1S19. 

6297. IV. Honor Catlin (Noble), b. Feb, 11, 1820, d. 

Harwinton, Ct., July 7, 1851, m. Anson 
Candee, Jr., who removed to Moline, III. 
Child, Marilla. 

6298. V. Daniel Humphrey (Noble), b. April 16, 1822, 

d. May 22. 1822. 

Child, b. Harwinton. Ct., by 2nd wife : 

6299. VI. Jane Owen (Noble), b. August 22, 1837, m. 

Warren N. Scoville, No. 6303. 

3065. Amelia Noble, b. Simsbury, Ct., June, 
1791, d. Vernon, N. V., Nov. 25, 1847, m. April 7, 1816, 
Sheldon Scoville, son of Daniel Scoville, of Harwinton, Ct. 
In the spring of 1825 they removed from Harwinton to Ver- 
non, N. V. 



624. Seventh Generation. 

Mr. Scoville m. 2nd, Oct. 25, 1848, Anna R, Bradley, of 
Whitesboro, X. Y. 

Children : 

6300. I. Hector H. (Scoville), b. April 29. 1817. 

6301. II. Amelia H. " b. July 5. 1S25. 

III. Charlotte J. b. June2' I Oct. 

13. £827. 
+ 63 IV. Warren X. " 1>. Jan. 1. [830,111. Jane 

Owen Noble, X Res, < ►rangeburgh, 

S. C. 
63. V. Charles P. (Scoville), b. Dec. 23, . 

:{0<>7. Fanny Noble, i Simsbury, Ct., Dec. 
8, 1796, m. X • 3. Harvey Tuber, b. Simsbury, Ct., 

it. 22, 1795, d. Feb. 10, 1851. Settled in Simsbury, Ct. 
Children, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

04. I. Sarah Elizabeth (Tuller), b. Nov. 15, 

m. Ebenezer Hart Eno. 
II. Jai - . irvey ('fuller), b. July 16. 1821, m. 

. R-. ton X V. 

Ill George Warren (Tuller). b. August n 1823, 
m. Abby Loveland. Res. Hartford. Ct. 

IV. Amos Burt (Tuller), b. Aug .■■■ — — . 

Galveston, Te: 

:JO<is. .x Noble, b. Simsbury, Ct . 14 

August, 1799, m. 26 Apri". 5, Horace Wilson, b. April 11, 

.f Eli and Huldah Wils 
- tied in Harwinton, Ct. 

Children, b. Harwinton, Ct.: 
I. Lydia Lucretia (Wilson), b. 1 A - 536. 
H. CharK ble (Wilson), b. 12 March. 1- 

d. 22 March. unm. 

30()U. Huldah Noble, b. Simsbury. Ct.. June, 
[802, m. Nov., [825 John Wilson Fri- >ct. 

15. 1847, aged 49. 

Children, b. Vernon. X. Y.: 
6310, I. Xoble Wilson (Frisbie). b. Dec - 

6«i. II. Eliza B. " b. July 11,18 



Seventh Generation. 



625 



6312 


III. 


Charles P. 


(Frisbie) 


b. Oct. is, 1830. 


6313 


IV. 


Mary A. 


t ( 


b, August 31, 1 83 1. 


6314 


V. 


George W. 


1 < 


b. April 3, 1853. 


6315 


VI. 


Enos 


( i 


b. Dec. 8, 1834. 


6316 


VII. 


Jennette H. 


i 4 


b. Dec. [8, 1S36. 


0317 


VIII. 


Henry 


. i 


b. April 4, 1838. 


631S 


IX. 


John 


< 1 


b. March 17, 1841, 
d. March 25, 1841. 


6319 


X. 


Caroline 


. . 


b. June 4, 1X42. 



6320. 



+ 6321 



3074. Dr. Jairus Case, b Simsbury, Ct., 20 

March, 1802. in. Mary T. Higley, 5 Oct., 1830. 

Children : 

I. John Higley (Case), b. 15 April, 1832. A 
lawyer. 
II. William Cullen (Case), b. 17 Feb., 1836, m. 
Margaret Turnbull. 

3081. Alexander Humphrey, b. Simsbury, 
Ct.. vSept. 25, 1791, d. Quincy. 111., March 4, 1870. m. in 
Granby, Ct., 1813, Abigail Chapman, b. Russell, Mass.. Nov. 
20, 1793, d. Quincy, 111., May 1, 1865, dau. of Levi and 
Mercy (Carter) Chapman. They lived in Simsbury, Ct., un- 
til 1840, when they removed to Quincy, 111. 

Mr. Humphrey was a carpenter and joiner in Simsbury, 
and a farmer in Quincy. 

Children, b. Simsbury, Ct-: 

I. Alexander Albert (Humphrey), b. June 20,. 

1814, m. Widow Sally Jane (Carey) Suess. 
II. Abigail Amanda (Humphrey), b. Aug 1st 3, 
1816, d. July 14, 1818. 

III. Cyrus Leverett (Humphrey), b. March 7, 
1820, d. July 9, 1874, unm. 

IV. Edward Franklin (Humphrey), b. Nov. 25. 

[S23, m. Mary Ann Keyes, m. 2nd, Widow 
Martha Elizabeth (Dennis) Carey. 

3091. Dr. Phelps Humphrey, b. Simsbury, 
Ct., 7 Dec, 1800, m, 2 Jan., 1824, Maria Holcomb, b. Tur- 
key Hills, Ct., 16 March, 1807. Dr. Humphrey settled in 

(40) 



' - 



63-23- 

6324. 

6325- 



626 Seventh Generation. 

Hartlaud. Ct., removed to Granville, Ohio, Columbus. Ohio, 
and Belmore and Etna, Ohio. 

Chlldu n : 

6326. I. Luther (Humphrey), b. Hartlaud, Ct.. 22 

March, [835, m. Elizabeth Southard, 

6327. II. Helen Maria (Humphrex ), b. Hartlaud, *. 

24 Feb., 1837, m. John A. Waring. 
632s. III. Su^an (Humphrey), b. Granville, O., 22 Feb., 
1839, m. Wilson T. Prentii 

632 IV. Hubert (Humphrey), b. Granville, O., 2 Nov., 

j.i, m. Nancj E. Pickens. 
6330. V. Edwin (Humphrey), b. Granville, O., ij Dec., 

1843, ( '- In J an ? i s 4' 1 - served in war of 1861. 
31. VI. William Selby (Humphrex) b. Columbus, O. 
2.. July, 1 .- 

633 VII. Alice Caroline (Humphrex), b. Etna, O., 3 

April. 031. d. 21 Dec, 1S64. 
[3. VIII. Albert Phelps (Humphrey), b. Belmore, O., 
13 Dec. [854. 

3119. David lb uphrey, b. Simsbury, Ct., 13 
June, [815 m. Jane Toole. 25 Aug., 1840. His xvidow m. 2nd. 
He d. Pleasant Valley, Ala.. 25 Aug,, li j 

Children 
,) I. Amelia (Humphrey), d. young. 

II. Elizabeth Amorett (Humphre; 

3129. Caroline Amelia Humphrey, b, Sii 

bury, Ct., 7 Oct., isji, m. 13 Sept., Justin Andre 3 

Bradley, b. 8 Feb., 1 81 

Children : 
(,^$n. I. Charles i - Bradley), b. 15 July, 1*49. 

0337. II. Edxvard Humphrey " b. 20 June. 1853. 

538. III. Caroline Elizabeth b. 29 Dec, 1 

I. Ann Eliza b. 24 Feb., i 

3130. Eliza Axx Jkwett, b. New Haven, Yt., 
17 Jan., 1817., m. Rev. Sanford Haibert. He xvas son of John 
and 1 Webb), Haibert. 

The Rev. Mr. Haibert xvas a Methodist minister, and re- 
sided in Buffalo, N. Y. 



Seven th Gen era Hon . 62 j 

Children, b. Buffalo, N. Y.: 

6340. I. Susan (Halbert), d. young. 

6341. II. John Sanford (Halbert), m. Lucia Hogau. He 

a physician, and resides in Buffalo, N. Y. 
Has one sou in P. () Dept., San Francisco, 
Cal., who has wife and family. Lives in 
Oakland, Cal. 

6342. III. William N. (Halbert), 

6343. IV. Susan Frances Lives in Buffalo, N. Y. 

3131. Mary Katherine Jewett, b. New Ha- 
ven, Vt., 6 July, 1819, m. Solomon W. Jewett, 26 Sept., 1838. 
He was son of Samuel and Lucy (Hungerford) Jewett, and was 
b. We> bridge, Vt,, 22 May, 1808, where he settled for a time, 
removing to Cal., where he died. He was a sheep farmer. 
His wife d. in New Haven, Vt., 21 Oct., 1891. 

Children, b. Wey bridge, Vt.: 

6344. I. Mary (Jewett), b. 6 May, 1840, m. H. Ken- 

drick. Resides in St. Louis, Mo. 

6345. il- Susan M. (Jewett), b. 9 August, 1841, d. Cal., 

Sept., 1896 

6346. III. Charles Elam (Jewett), b. 27 April. [843. In 

U. S. Army. Married. No children. Was 
drowned. 

6347. IV. Martha Caroline (Jewett), b. 5 May, 1845, m. 

Phelps Nash, of New Haven, Vt. 

6348. V Fidelia (Jewett), b, 3 Oct., 18,51. Resides in 

Oakland, Cal.. unmarried. 

6349. VI. Kate Wright (Jewett), b. 27 July, 1858, m. 

Fred Swett. Resides in Chelsea. Mass. 

813*2. Susan Nash Jewett, b. New Han 
Vt., 13 Feb., 1823, in. Edward Northrup, in New Haven. Vt. 
He was a farmer, settled in Shoreham, Vt., and died at Mid- 
dlebury, Vt. 

Children, b, Shoreham, Vt.: 

6350. I. Lucius (Northrup). Resides Andersonville, 

Vt., unmarried. 

6351. II. William Phelps (Northrup), m. Charles Hoff- 

man. No children, 



628 Seventh Generation. 

6352. III. Edward (Northrup), d. unm. 
6 353- IV. Susan " d. unm. 

3141 . Nathan Dwight Phelps, b. Johnstown, 

N. Y., 13 May, 1812, m. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Gloversville, X. Y. 

Children, b. Gloversville, X. Y.: 

6354. I. Child, d. young, 

635-. II. Lucius. 

6356. III. Daughter. 

6357. IV. Daughter. 

314'.*. Charles Addison Phelps, b. Johns- 
town, X. Y., 15 March, 18 15, in. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Gloversville, X. Y. 

Children, b. Gloversville, X. Y.: 

58. I. A son, m. 

6359. II. A daughter, m. Dr. Jos. Raymond. 

3145. MiLES B. PHELPS, b. Johnstown, X. Y. f 
April, [829, m. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Saratoga Springs. X. Y., and is in 
the clothing business with A. B. Herrick, under the firm 
name of Phelps & Derrick. 

Children, b. Saratoga Springs. X. \ 

6360. I. Watson E., a practicing lawyer. 
1 ii. II. Ella F., m. Charles Haskins. 

3146. Charles X. Phki.ps, b. Gloversville, 
X. Y., 22 August, 1817, 111. in Johnstown, X. Y., Dec. 
Fanny Clark. 

Mr. Phelps settled at Pleasant Square, and later at Gio\ 
ville, X. Y., where he d. 28 April, 1848. He was a farmer. 
Children, b. Pleasant Square, X. Y. : 

6362. I. Eliza M., b. 20 Dec. 1 - | 

63' II. Sarah A., b. 31 May, 1842. 

63* . III. Mary J., b. 24 August, 1844. 

3147. Gilbert Phklps. b. Gloversville, X. V. 
9 Feb., 1 8 19, m. Ann C. YanXostrand. 29 Sept.. 1845. She 
was daughter of John and Jane (Wilson) YanXostrand, and b. 
West Bush. X. Y. He is a glove cutter and manufacturer. 



Seventh Generation. 62g 

Children, b. Gloversville, N. Y.: 

6365. I. Francis A., b. 17 Jan., 1847, d. 21 Sept., 1854. 

6366. IT. Eugene, b. 31 Oct., 1852, d. 7 Sept., 1S54. 

6367. III. Gertrude, b. 1 Sept., 1855, d. young. 

6368. IV. Maggie, b. 22 March, 1858. 

3149. Eliza A. Phelps, b. Gloversville, X. Y., 
24 Feb., 1823, in. Hart A. Massey, at Gloversville, N. Y., 10 
June, 1S47. He was son of Daniel and Lucy (Bradley) Mas- 
sey, and was b. Northumberland Co., Ontario, Canada, 29 
April, 1823, where he first settled, removing from there to 
New Castle. He is president and manager of the Masse}- Man- 
ufacturing Co., which business was established by him at New 
Castle in 1847, incorporated in a stock company in 1S70, and 
removed to 'Toronto, Canada, where his sons are connected 
with him. 

Children, b. Northumberland, Out.: 

6369. I. Charles A. (Massey), b. 20 Sept., 1848, d. 12 

April, 1884, 
0370. II. Chester D. b. 7 June, 1S50. 

6371. III. George Wentworth (Massey). b. 2^ Dec, \l 

d. 19 July, 1854. 

6372. I\". Lillian F. (Massey), b. 2 March, 1854. 

6373. Y. Walter E. " b. 4 April, 1864. 

6374. YI. Frederick " b. 24 May. 1867, 

3150. Sylvia A. Phklps, b. Gloversville. N, 
Y., 4 Feb., 1S25, m. Horace W. Porter, at Johnstown, N. Y., 
7 Oct., 1845. He was son of Elijah and Sally (Sherman) Por- 
ter and was b. Mayfield, N. Y., 29 August, 1823, He settled 
in Pleasant Square, N. Y., and Johnstown, X. Y. He is a 
farmer. 

Child, b. Pleasant Square, N. Y.: 

6375. I. Marvin (Porter), b. 17 Oct., 1847. 

3151 William H. Phelps, b. Gloversville, 
N. Y., 18 Oct., 1827, 111. Louisa Deming, 30 August, 1849. 
She was daughter of Aaron and Polly Deming, and was b. 
Perth, Fulton Co., N, Y., 30 Sept., 1824. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Pleasant Square, Johnstown, N. Y. 
He is a farmer. 



6jo Seventh Generation. 

Children, b. Pleasant Square, X. Y. . 

6376. I. Charles F., b. 15 July, 1850. 

6377. II. Newton, b. 26 Feb., 1852, d. 29 Sept., 1854, 
637S. III. Albert, b. 16 Feb., 1856. 

6379. IV. Clara A., b. 29 Nov., 1859. 
63: Y. Nellie A., b. 19 Nov.. 1862. 

315*2. George R. Phelps, b. Gloversville, NT. 

Y., 2 June, 1830, 111. 17 March. 1858, Josephine M. Whiting, 
b. Hadley. N. Y., 18 April. [8 

Mr, Phelps settled in Johnstown, N. Y. He is a farmer. 
Children, b. Johnstown, N. Y.: 

6381. I. Jenny M., b. 13 July. 1859, d. 10 July, 1887, 

umn. 

6382. II. \V. K., b. t2 Nov., i860. 

6383. III. \Y. \\\, h. 23 August, 1S63. 
584. IV. E. B., b. 28 Dee., 1865. 

6385, V. Lillie A., b. 11 June, [870. 

6386. VI. Alma L., b. 20 (Jet.. 1877. 

3153. Chester P. Phelps, b. Gloversville, 
N. Y.. [6 Dec, [832, m. Alice E Brown, at Johnstown, Ful- 
ton C N - . \ .. 8 Oct., 1857. She was daughter of David X. 
and Emma R. (Eno) Brown, and was b. Bloo infield, Ct., 22 
t., [8, d. St. Josephs, Mich., 19 August, [888. 
Mr. Phelps settled in St. Joseph, Mich. He is a fruit 
farmer. 

Children, 1>. St. Joseph. Mich.: 

+ 6387. I. Daniel R.. b. 27 Sept [862, m, Cora A. 

Smith. 
63- II. Arthur H., b. 2 July 1 568, d. 1896, unm. 

3163. Lucius Phelps, b. Johnstown, N. Y., 
7 April, 1841, m. Emily J. Sanford, 6 Feb.. 1884. She was 
b. Livonia, Livingston Co.. N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Rochester, N. Y., and lives at No, 5. 
Kenion Place. 

3172. Levi Phelps, b. Pompey, N. Y., about 
1786, m. Martha Fisk. She was daughter of Jamin and 
Achsah (Osborne) Fish and b. Fast Windsor. Ct., 10 Oct., 
1804. 



Seventh Generation. 631 

Mr. Phelps settled in Palermo, Oswego Co., N. Y., where 
he died. 

Children, b. Palermo, N. Y.: 
+ 6389. I. William, b. 19 March, 1822, m. Helen L,. 

Hay den. 

6390. II. Lorenzo, d. 1845. 

6391. III. Leman. 

6392. IV. Rebecca, m. Harding. 

6393- V. Anna, m. Urey. 

6394. VI. Adelia, m. Wilcox, 

3174. Azor Phelps, b. Pompey, N. Y., about 
1790, m. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in N. Y. 

Child : 

6395. I. Timothy Baxter, b. 19 Sept., 1815. Res. 

Albion, N. Y. 

3175. Asa Phelps, b. Charlton, X. Y., 16 
April, 1784, m. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Charlton, Saratoga Co.. N. Y. He 
died 16 Dec, 1854. 

Children, b, Charlton, N. Y.: 

+ 6396. I. Edward, b. about 1815, m. . 

3181. Samuel Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 17 
Sept., 1786, m. about 1811, Susannah Ives, b. Madison Co., 
N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps removed when about 16 years old with his father 
to Fenner, Madison Co., N.Y., where he settled. Later in life 
he removed to Peterboro, N. Y., where he died in 1886. 

Children : 
+ 6397. I. Lydia Ann, b. Fenner, N. Y., Sept. 1812, m. 

Alvin S. Foster. 

6398. II. John Ward, b. Fenner, X, Y., Nov., 1816, 

m. . Had 5 children. 

6399. III. Mary Angeline, b. Fenner, X. Y., 18 Nov., 

1S17, m. Alvin S. Foster. See Xo. 6397* 

6400. IV. Henry Dewitt, b. Peterborough, X. Y., 15 

Oct.,1818, m. Adeline Hungerford, 9 March, 
1 84 1. Had children. 



6j2 Seventh Generation. 

+ 6401. V. James Charles, b. Peterborough, X. Y., 2 

Feb., 1821, 111. Emily Race. 
+ 6402. VI. Caroline H., b. Peterborough, X, Y,, 30 Jan., 

1823, 111. twice. 

3188. Porter Phelps, b. Fenner, X. Y., 14 

April, 1N04, 111. Mary Kllen Ret- Nov., 1826. She was 

daughter of David and Ann (Smith) Rees, and was b. Peter- 
borough, Madison Co.. X. V., 23 May, 1805, d. near Mon- 
mouth, Warren Co., 111., 26 July, [884. 

Mr Phelps settled in Fenner, X. V., and about [831, lie 
removed to Peterborough, X. V., then to Addison, and in 
1835, to 111., where he d. pt. 1885, in his 82nd year. 

He was a farmer. 

Note, David Reese and his wife. Ann Smith, were both 
born in South Wales, where they were married. 31 June, 17*, 

oon after emigrating to America, settling in Cazeuovia, 
X. V. 

Children: 

04 I. Ellen Porter, b. Fenner, X. V.. 2 Feb., 1827. 

Re:-. Monmouth, 111., unm. 
4. II. Mar}' Gertrude, b. New Stockbridge. X. Y., 

28 J August, 1 s 47- unm. 

64 III. Anna Elizabeth, b. New Stockbridge, X. A.. 

7 Ma; d. unm. 

+ 64 IV, Samuel David, b. Peterborough, X. A. 

Nov.. 1832, m. Jane E. I- od. 

+ 6_t A'. Dewitt, b. Add ST. A,, '1 Jan. m. 

Amanda Lewis. 
+ 6-)- VI, Delos Porter, b. Monmouth, 111., 16 X' 

-arah Jeannette Tucker. 
+ 64 ATI. Ralph Gurley, b. Monmouth 111.. 26 June, 1*46, 

m. Alice Hardeuburgh. 
6410. VIII. Kenneth Graham, b. Monmouth 111., 28 June, 
1849, d. 21 June, 1876, unm. He w 
clergyman, preaching only one sermon after 
being installed. He was sick three years. 

3195. Jonah Phi •. Green River. X. A., 

about 1770, m. Susan S b. Hillsdale, X, A. 



Seventh Generation . 






He had four sons 



Mr. Phelps settled in Hillsdale, N. Y 
and six daughters. 

Children, b. Hillsdale, N. Y., except the first: 



64 1 1 . 

64x2. 
6413 

'M I : 

6415 
6416 
6417 
6418 
6419 
6420 



I. George, b. Canajoharie, N. Y., 15 Oct.. : v 

111. Catharine Eckersoh. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

A". 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

3-202. Elijah Phelps, b. Green River, X. Y.. 
19 June, 1787, m. Anna Elliot b. Canajoharie, X. Y. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Pavilion, X. Y. 

Children, b. Pavilion, X. Y.: 

I. Samuel, b. 9 Oct.. 1808, m. Sophia Weller. 

II. Thirza, b, 18 April. 1810, in. Enos Xewniau. 
III. Mary, b. 29 June. 1S13, in. Norman vShepard. 

b. 25 April, 1 635. No issue. 
IV. George, b. 16 April. 1817. m. three times. 

V. Harvey, b. 1 June. 1821, m. twice. 
VI. Gideon P. b. 20 July, 1826, m. Rachel Dodge. 

3203. JAMES Phklps, b. Green River, X. Y., 
about 1789, m. Rhoda Russeguie, b. Charlton, X. Y., 23 Jan., 
1792. Mr. Phelps settled in Pike, X. Y., and Yorkshire, 
X. V. 

Children, b. Pike, X. Y. : 

I. Austin, b. 22 Feb., 1822, in. twice. 
II, Louisa, b. 14 Nov.. [833, tn. Jacob 1,. Strong 
III. Eovisa, b. S Feb., 1828, m. H. W. Fox. 
IY. William A., b. 6 April, 1823. m. Mar\ Jane 
Lippitt. 
V. James Henry, b. 6 Jan., 1831. in. Clarissa E. 
Barnes. 



+ 6421. 
+ 6422. 

6423. 


+ 6424. 

+ 6 

+ 6426. 



+ 6427. 

+ 6428. 

+ 6429. 

+ 6430. 

+ 643 1 



6jj Seventh Geyieration . 

3£05. Margaret Ann Phelps, b. East Wind- 
sor, Ct., 7 Feb., 1814, m. 24 Dec, 1840, James Harvey Allen, 
son of Harvey and Mary (Parsons) Allen and b. Knfield, Ct 
15 March, [818. Settled in East Windsor, Ct. He was a 
farmer. His wife died Hartford, Ct., 28 Aug., 1876. 
Children, b. East Windsor: 

6432. I. An Infant (Allen), b. 17 Oct., 1S41, d. same 

day . 

6433. II. Mary Ann (Allen), b, 17 Nov. 1841, m. Hiram 

Washington King Sept., [875. He was 

sun of Lester and I (Pabcock) King, b. 

East Windsor, Ct., 15 June, i83Q,d. Augusta, 
Kan. , 4 ( >ct , . 

6434. III. An Infant (Allen), b. 25 Sept., 1849, d. same 

day. 

6435. IY. Mendana Maria (Allen), b. 31 March, 1851, 

m. William Albert Lord, son of Lemuel 
Stoddard Lord. 
$6. V. James Cicero Spaulding (Allen), b. 20 July. 

l8 5 3- 

3207. Peleg Phelf Granby, Ct., 4AUJ 

1776. in. Cynthia Case, 2 Nov., [802. She was daughter of 
Dea. Amos and Paizabeth Case, and was b. Parkhamsted, Ct., 
1780 . rreen River, X. Y., 20 June, [853, in her 73rd year. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Auster'it N. Y., where he died 
Nov., 1S40. 

Children, b. Austerlitz, X. Y.: 

64 I. Ruth, b. 1 Feb 11. 

+ 64 II. Cynthia, b. 9 Oct.. m. twice. 

6j III. David m. Hannah Mm 

daughter of Samuel and Mary Munson. He 

d. 15 Oct.. 1837. 

6440. IY. Betsey, b. 50 April. [8 

6441. V. Zophar Case, b. 27 July, 1811. 

6442. VI. Ruth. b. 19 Feb.. 18 15, d. 26 May, 1S20. 
+ 6443. VII. Harriett Rebecca, b. 4 Oct.. 1817, m. Bushc 

Morry. 
+ 6444. VIII. Peleg Orlando, b. 1 Jan., 182 1, m. Mary E. 
Harvey. 



Seventh Generation, 6jj 

6445. IX. A child, died at birth. 

:{*iOS. Ruth Ward Phelps, b. Green River, 
N. Y., 27 Feb., 1779, m. 6 April, 1S00, Simeon Crandall, b. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 12 August, 1768. He resided in several 
places and d. at Baraboo, Wis., 30 April, 1852, and where his 
widow d. 10 Nov., 1855. 

Children: 

+ 6446. I. Content (Crandall), b. Austerlitz, N. Y., 4 

June, 1801, m. George W. Knapp. 
+ 6447. II. David Phelps (Crandall), b. Austerlitz, N.Y., 

24 Nov., 1802, m. twice. 

+ 6448. III. Eber Zelotes (Crandall), b. Fire Hill, N. Y., 

6 April, 1S04, m. twice. 
+ 6449. IV. Rebecca (Crandall), b. Fire Hill, N. Y., 12 

May, 1806, m. Ira S. Angel. 
+ 6450. V. Ruth Ann (Crandall), b. Fire Hill, N. Y., 22 

Feb., 1808, m. B. J. Van Yalkenburg. 
+ 6451. VI. Robert Littlefield (Crandall), b. Greenwich, 

N. Y., 15 March, 1810, m. Eydia Maria 

Enos. 
+ 6452. VII. Simeon (Crandall), b. Belmont, N. Y., 3 April, 

1 8 13, m. Mary Bridges. 
+ 6453. VIII. Samuel M. (Crandall), b. 10 Nov,, 1815, m. 

Elizabeth East. 
6454. IX. Elihu Alonzo (Crandall), b. Belmont. N. Y., 

23 Feb., 1818, d. 22 March, 1844, at Sterl- 
ing, N. Y. 
+ 6455. X. Maria Celestia (Crandall), b. Belmont, N. Y., 

25 April, 1 82 1, m. Aaron A. Noyi 

6456. XI. Alonzo (Crandall), b. Belmont, N. Y. 

3209. Rebecca Phelps, b. Green River, X. 
Y., 26 Oct., 1782, m. Theodore Curtis, 3 April, 1S00. Set- 
tled in New York. 

Children, b. New York: 

6457. I. Maria (Curtis), b. 2t June, 1801. 

6458. II. Alanson b. 2 Feb., 1803. 

6459. III. Samuel " b. 22 May, 1815. 

6460. IV. Webber " b. 5 May, 1807. 



^?^ Seventh Generation. 



6461. V. Albert (Curtis), b. 6 August, [809. 

6462. VI. Rebecca Adelia " b. 10 Sept., 1811. 
6463 VII. Julia Emeline b. 20 Dec., 1S14. 

6464. VIII. Henry Alonzo " b. 16 May, 1816 

6465. IX. Margaret " ' b. 7 July, [817. 

6466. X. Harriett Cordelia " b. 7 July, 1817. 
6467; XL William Henry " b. ti Oct., [8: 
641 XII. Ruth Ann " b. 29 Oct., 1824. 
6469. XIII. ThomasDwight b. 12 Oct., 1828. 

3210. Elihu Phelps, b. Green River, X. V., 
5 April, 1785, m. Candace Ford, 15 Feb., [809, at Barkham- 

l, Ct. She was b. Plymouth, Ct., 18 July. 
Mr. Phelps hist settled in Hillsdale, X Y. In 1S41 he re- 
moved to Pa., in 1S42, to Waverly, X. V., and in [853, to 
boo, Wis., where he died. 

Children, b. Hillsdale. X. V.: 
I. Lois, b. 10 June. 1810, m. William P. De 
Forest. 
-1. II. Amanda, b. 27 May, 1814, m. Nelson Jo:. 

»ec, 1837. 

3212. Sarah Pheli - Bimsbury, Ct., 2 O I 
1775, in. Asa Harvey, [792. v^ettled in Green River, X. V.. 
where he died. His wife Sarah d. there 5 Nov., 1811. Mr. 
Harvej m. 2nd Lucretia H b. Ct.. and bj her had two 

children. Aunis, b. [812, Alfred, b. [821. 

Children b. Green R X. Y.: 

0472. I. Asa P. (Harvey), b. 9 April, 

II. Jan b. 16 Nov., 1794. 

(.474. III. Soph b. iS July. 1796. 

+ 6475. IV. Sarah Phelps (Harvey), b. 30 April, 1800, m. 
A. R. Paine. 
V. Abirara (Harvey), b. 2 June, 
VI. Noah b. 7 May, 1805, m. Lydia 

Olds. 

6478. VII. C • - er - Aug.. [807. Had dau. 

Caroline. 

6479. VIII. Albert b. 22 Nov. 1S10. 



Seventh Generation. 637 

3*213. Noah Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 19 Feb.,. 
1778, m. Anna St. John, about 1797. She was child of Samuel 
and Lois (Hamilton) St. John, and sister of his brother Oliver's 
wife and was b. Stockbridge, Mass., d. Fabius, N. Y., 20 
June, 1804. 

Mr. Phelps settled first in Stockbridge, Mass., where pue of 
his children was born, from there removed to Fabius, N. Y., 
in 1799, where he d. 21 June, 1804, one day after the death of 
his wife, and they were buried in one grave in the family 
cemetery of Col. Elijah St. John, one mile east of Acguilla, 
Green River, N. Y: 

Children : 

+ 6482. I. Samuel Green, b. Stockbridge, Mass 12 

April, 179S, m. Mariette Goodrich. 
+ 6483. II. Harriett, b. Fabius, N. Y., 2 July, 1700, m. 

Cornelius Van Aiken. 
6484, III. Polly, b. Fabius, N. Y., c8 March, 1800, m. 

John Hackett. 
+,6485. IV. Elizabeth Cadwell, b. Fabius, N. Y., 17 Dec, 

1802, m. Wm, J. Worthington. 

3214. Olivkr Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 12 
Dec, 1779, m. Abigail St. John, at Green River, X. Y., 16 
June, 1800. She was daughter of Lt. Samuel and Lois (Ham- 
ilton) St. John. 

Mr. Phelps first lived about one and one-half miles south of 
the Southwick meeting house. He removed with his father 
in 1792, when thirteen years of age, to Green River, N. Y, 
now Austerlitz. His father soon died, leaving him to sup- 
port his mother and the family. In 1S00, he removed to 
Cayuga, N. Y., in 1804, to Fabius, X. Y., in 1810, to Lud- 
low, N. Y., and 111 1830, to St. Catharine? Canada West, 
where he died, and was buried, 4 March, 1851, in his 72nd 
year. He died at the home of his son Oliver Seymour Phelps. 
Mr. Phelps was a natural mechanic, and an active and ener- 
getic man. While residing in Fabius, N. Y. , he was an ex- 
tensive merchant, controlling at one time the interest in five 
different mercantile establishments. He, with his son Orson, 
built the first bridge across the foot of Cayuga Fake. He al- 
so built the first steamboat on Cayuga Lake, and in 181 9 and 



6jS Seventh Generation. 

1 820, was a large contractor on the Champlain and Erie Canal, 
and built the 34 locks in 1824-5. He also held government 
contracts for carrying the mail from Newburgh to Genesee 
and Ithaca, N. V. Alter settling in St. Catharine, he was 
engaged in the wheat trade and became very wealthy. He 
was a Christian gentleman and very liberal in his donations. 
furnishing nearly all the funds for a church erected by him in 
St. Catharine. C. \V. During the time of the Russian War, 
he was one of the largest dealers in wheat. The close of the 
war left him with a lar ck on hand, the decline in price 

caused him heavy loss m which he never recovered, A 

short time before his death he visited his old home in Green 
River, N. V. We find in his diary the following 1: 
'Here on the top of the mountain near my father's old place, 
on the 19th of August, 1700. the very spot on which i now 
stand, did God open my eyes to behold the Glory of the Lamb. 
fifty-one 3 - igo last August. Here 1 then, bound in pra - 
to God for plucking me as a brand from the burning, and 
hei tin on the 23rd of April, 1851, have I bowed the knee 

in prayer and praise that his love and grace are still the 
same. " 

The sermon preached at his funeral by the Rev. Joshua 
Cook, entitled " The Lesson of Death," was published. 

Children: 

I. Amelia, b. Austerlitz, N. Y.,6 August, 1 soo, 
d. at birth. 
II. Cornelia, b. Ca/.enovia. X. Y.. 25 July. 1 
d. same day. 
+ 6a III. Cynthia, b. Ca/.enovia, N. V.. 7 July, ; 

m. tw. 
64* IV. Catharine, b Cazenovia, N. Y.. 10 Dec, 1 

d. 11 Dec. 181 
6490. V. William, b. Fabius N. Y. 28 Nov., 1804, d. 

jo Nov, . 1 804. 
+ 6491. VI. Orson, b. Fabius, N. Y.. 17 Dec. 1805, m. 

twice. 
+ 6492. VII. Almira, b. Fabius. N. Y.. 8 June, 1S08. m. 
Alpheus H. Shaw. 



Seventh Generation. 639 

6493. VIII. Orin Stone, b. Fabius, N. Y., 3 July, 1809, d. 

2 1 July, 1809. 
1-6494. IX. Charlotte, b. 20 June, 1810, m. Alpheus St. 

John. 
+ 6495. X. Orin Stone, b. 28 May, 1812, m. Amelia Louise 

Dyre, 
+ 649 1 XI. Lucinda, b. Ludlowville, N. Y., 28 April, 1814, 

m. William Coach Yale. 
+ 6497. XII. Oliver Seymour, b. Ludlowville, N. Y., 12 Jan.. 

1816, m. three times. 
+ 6498. XIII. Calvin, b. Ludlowville, N. Y., 12 March, 1818, 

m. Julia Sophia Beach . 
+ 6499. XIY. Mary Ann, b. Ludlowville, N. Y., 24 May, 

1820, m William Morehouse. 

6500. XV. Samuel, b. Ludlowville, N. Y., 20 Oct., 1822, 

d. same da}\ 

6501. XVI. Maria Louisa, b. Ludlowville, N. Y., 3 May, 

1825, d. at St. Catharine, 1 Feb., 1832. 
(.502. XVII. Elijah Hollister, b. Ludlowville, N. Y., 3 April, 
1S27, d. 9 July, 1846, num. 

3217. Lvdia Phelps, b. Simsbury, 20 August, 
1784, m. David Lord. Settled in Pavilion, Genesee Co., X. Y. 

Children, b. Pavilion, X. Y.: 

6503. I. Milton (Lord). 

6504. II. Sophronia " 

6505. III. Maria 

321S. Warren Phelps, b. Simsbury , Ct.. 24 
March, 1787, in. Clarissa Judd, at Pompey, N. Y., 3 Mar h 
1808. She was b. Colchester, Ct.. 21 .May, 1788, d. Fabius, 
N. Y. 8 Oct,, 1809. He in. 2nd Rhoda Higgins, at Fabius, 
N. Y., 28 Sept., 1810. She was b. Williamstown, Mass., 21 
Nov., 1792, d. Fabius, X. Y. , 18 June, 1823. He married 3d 
Eliza Higgins, 5 Oct., 1828. She was sister to his 2nd wife 
and was b. in Brattleboro, Vt., 21 Aug., 1803. Mr. Phelps 
first settled in Fabius, X. Y., from there to Genesee, X. Y., 
and from there to Enfield, N. Y., and late in life to Gales- 
burg, 111., where he died, 6 Maw [859, in his 72nd year. 

Children by 1st wife : 



6 jo 
6506. 



St venth Generation . 



I. Charlotte, b. Fabius, N. Y., 30 April, 1809* 

d. 17 Sept., 1S09. 

Children by 2nd wife : 
6507. II. Addison Phineas, b. Geneva, X. V.. 7 Oct., 

1813, d. 2 April, 1839, unm. A lawyer in 
111. 
18. III. Clarissa, b. Geneva, X. V.. to Oct., 1816, d. 

20 Oct., 18 16. 
"9. IV, Aim iron, b. Enfield, N. Y. 7 Oct.., 1819, in. 
Harriet Sheldon 2 April. 1 No issi 

+ 6510. V. Minerva, b. Enfield, Mass., D . m. 

S union I, yon. 
jii. VI. Miranda, b. Enfield, Mass., 25 May, 1821, in. 
J. R. R. Carley. 
+ 6« VII. Albert M., b. Enfield N. V.. 29 Aug., 1823, 

in. Caroline M. Bebbins. 

Children by 3rd wife, b. Enfield, X. V.. 
+ 6513. VIII. Lewis H., b. 30 April. 1830, ni. twice. 
14. IX. Edwin, b. 16 June, [832, d. 1840, 

515. X. Mahala, b. 14 March. 1834, m. twice. 

0516. XI. Solomon C. I'. [5 Oct., 1836, d. 30 Nov.,] 

,7. XII. A Child, d. youn 
5. XIII. A Child, d. you 

XIV. Emma Maria, d. 14 June, 1843. 
652 XV. A Child d. youn 

6521. XVI. A Child, d. in infancy. 

3219. Dan Phelps, b. Simsbury, Ct., 27 July, 

1. in. Polly Fairchild, 25 May. 1813, at Canaan, X. V. 

She was b. Canaan, X. V .,8 D | . d. at Ripley, X. Y., 

6 April. 1 -soi . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Ripley. X. V., where he d. 9 Dec, 
184 

Children, b. Ripley. X. V.: 
I. Charlotte !•'.. b. 6 July, iS!4. 111. Win. Satter- 

lee. 
II. James M., b. 1 Jan., 1817, m. Margaret H. 
Phillips. 
III. John F., b. 27 Feb., 1S19, m. Julia A. Walter. 



+ 6 

+ 6524. 



Seventh Generation. 



641 



+ 6525. [V. Mary L,., b. 15 Dec, 1820, m. Lorenzo H. 

Coon, 
h '526. V. Henry D., b. 18 Dec, 1S22, m. Eunice Ann 

Corbiu. 
+ 6527. VI. Charles L,., b. 9 Jan., 1830, m. Anna Augusta 

Crutn. 
6528. VII. Sarah E., b. 1 Oct., 1S23. d. 4 August, 1827. 

3*220. Axxa Phelps, b. Green River, X. Y., 
20 Jan., 1794, in. Charles Brown, 1810. 

Settled in Chardon, Ohio, where he died, 
at the house of her son Charles H. Brown, 

Children, b. Chardon, Ohio 



His widow died 



6529 


1. 


Eydia (Brown) 


el. young. 


6530 


II. 


LydiaM. " 




6531 


III. 


Oliver 


b. 1 1 Nov., 18 — 




IV. 


Charles H. " 


m. Mary Bnrtch 




V. 


Sarah M. " 




6534 


VI. 


Anna 






VII, 


Joseph L- 


a physician. 




VIII. 


Luanda 




653: 


IX. 







3248. Daniel Phelps, b, Hebron, Ct., • 
August, 1797, bapt. 27 August, m. Sept. 20, 1821, Eliza An- 
thony, b. Hebron, Ct., 21 Feb., 1802. Mr. Phelps settled in 
Hebron, Ct. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
65 I. Melissa, b. 8 July, 1S21. 

6539. II. Darius, b. 9 Sept., 1822, d. 8 July, 1*49, 

num. 
III. Mary, b. 28 Nov., 1823. 
654J. IV. Erastus, b. 8 August, 1825, d. 8 April, 1827. 

6542. V. Artemus, b. s Nov., 1827, d. 8 Nov., 1828. 

6543. VI. Alsina, b. 2 March, 1829. 

6544. VII. Henry, b. 27 Nov., 1831. Possibly settled in 

Windsor, Ct. Referred to as living there. 

6545. • VIII. Zerviah, b. 12 May, 1833. 

6546. IX. Lurana, b. 8 July, [835, d. 9 Nov., 1843. 

6547. X. Daniel, b. 14 May, 1837, d. 7 Oct., 1837. 

(41) 



6j.2 Seventh Generation . 

6548. XI. Diana, b. 14 May, 1837, d. 10 Sept., 1837. 

49. XII. Elizabeth, b. 19 July, 18 

3*249. Julius Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct.,i Nov.. 

1800, m. [2 Sept., 1826, Ada Closson, who d. Hebron, Ct., 20 
July, i- 

Mr. Phelps in. 2d, Lucy L. Lewis, 23 Aug., 1859. By her 

he had no is.-me. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where Ik- resided up to 
1835, when he removed to Cambridge. N. Y.; soon returned 
to Hebron, Ct., ami settled on In- farm, 2 [-2 mil 'in the 

<>M homestead of his grandfather, Barrett Phelps. In r 
he removed to Marbletown, X. V.. near Phelps. X. Y., wh< 
he d. 1 Nov., [887. He tilled the office of Justice of the Peace, 
and several town offices where he resided. 

.Children, b. Hebron. Ct.. by first wife: 
033". I. Cornelius, b. 23 April, 1828, d. 28 Aug., 1829. 

.551. II. Thirza M., b. 8 June, 1830, in. James Thomas. 

52. III. Lewis II., b. 5 Nov. 1832, m. Thankful 
Birch. Settled in Cambridge, X. Y. No 
". e . 
653.;. IV . William II.. b. 2 May, 1842. 

3250. Permelia Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., 24 

Nov . [801, m. 20 Sept., isi'i, Isaac Anthony, b. 12 Auj 
1796. Settled in Hebron, Ct. He d. 10 Nov., 1858. 
Children, b. .11. Ct. 

0434. I. Jane (Anthony), b. 9 May 1820 m - pt., 

1844, Julius M net. 
555. II. Julius (Anthony), b. [6 Sent.. 1822, d. 8 

March, ll 

6556. III. Gi vtithouy). b. 8 Nov., 1823, d. 8 Nov.. 

S53, unm. 

6557. IV. Daniel (Anthony), b. 13 Aug., 1825. d. 7 

May. 1852. 
;S. V. Electa (Anthony), b. 10 June, 1827, d. 3 
July, [852. 
6339. VI. Catharine (Anthony), b. 12 April, 1S31, d 
Nov. 
- So. VII. Sarah (Anthony), b. 16 Oct., 1837. 
6561. VIII. Ruth ' b. 13 Oct., 1842. 



Seventh Generation. 64.3 

3259. Hannah Phelps, b. Watertown, N. Y. , 

about 1 79 1, m. Palmer. 

Child : 
6562. I. F. W. (Palmer). 

3268. Othniel Phelps, b. Charleston, N. Y., 
7 April, 1794, m, Sally Weaver, 1 May, 1826. She was 
daughter of William and Betsey Weaver, b. Bayham, C. W. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his parents to Green River, N. 
Y., in 1S00, thence to Bayham, C. W., 20 April, 1821, and on 
marrying settled in Almena, Mich., where he d. 8 Feb.. 

Children, b. Almena, Mich : 

+ 6563. I. William, b. 12 March. 1826, m. Ann Mitch 

-f-6564. II. Polly, b. 17 Oct., 1S29, m. James Haynay. 

+ 6565. III. Betsey Ann, b. 29 March, 1 - I35, m. Lawrence 
Hammond. 

+ 65 IV. John T.. b. 14 March, 1844, m. Hattie Lan- 

der. 

3269. Anna Phelps, b. Charleston, N. Y.. 17 
March, 1796. m. Lewis St. Clair, 14 March, 1814. 

Settled in St. Clair Co., Mich. Had seven children. 

3270. Elijah Phelps, b. Charleston, X. Y., 
14 May, 1798, m. Asenath VanVelzer, 24 March, 1.822. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Brantford, C. W., in 
1800, and on marrying settled in Bayham. C. W., where he 
d. 1884. 

Children, b, Bayham, C. W.: 
+ 6567. I. David, b. 20 Dec, 1823, m. Betsey Pach. 

+ 6568. II. Elijah, b. 2^ March, 1825, m. Sar ah Slater. 

+ 6569. III. Snsan, b. 24 Dec, 1826, m. William Pound. 
+ 6570. IV. Daniel, b. 18 August, 1829, m. Emily Jessie 
Pound. 

6571. V. Sally Ann, b. 10 Jan., 1832, m. John D. 

Pound, 27 Feb., 1857. He d. Jan., i860. 

6572. VI. James B., b. 5 Nov.. 1834. 

+ 6573. VII. Lydia M., b. 19 Sept., 1837, m. Whitefield 
Baker. 

6574. VIII. Ursula, b. 5 Dec, 1840. 

6575. IX. Elizabeth Jane, b. 11 July, 1841. 

A 



64.4- Seventh Generation. 

frlVZ Bkriah Phelps, b. Brantford, C. W., 
ii Oct., 1801, 111. Lvdia Robinson, March, 1834. She w 
daughter of Daniel and Martha (Trowbridge) Robinson, and 
was b. Genesee Co., N. Y., 18th Jan., 1813, living in 1896, 
in Crampton, ( mtario. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Brantford, Ontario, where he d. 6 
Jan., r886. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Brantford. Ontario : 

I. Mary, b. 10 April, 1835, m. John Blake. 
II. Joel, 1). 2 M 37, d. 11 May, 1859, unm. 

III. Anna, b. 6 Nov., [839, m. John X. Dundas. 

IV. Sally, b. 25 March, 1842, m. Alexan 
Dundas. 

V. Daniel, b. 17 Feb., 1844, d. 15 August, 1845. 
VI. Lydia, 1). 22 March, 184$, d. unm. 
VII. Othniel, b. 21 April, 1848, 111. Delia Horning. 
VIII. Hannah, b. 23 March, [850, unm., living at 
old homestead, Crampton, Out. 
IX. Calvin, b. 3 Sept., 1852, d. 14 Nov., 1852. 
X. Norman, b. 7 Oct. Nov., 1853. 

XI. Samuel, b. 11 June. 1855, m. Ella Alma 
Grimes Boyd. 
65S7. XII. Martha Elizabeth, b. 4 May, i. [5 

Nov., [859- 

3273. Elisha Pm ,ps b. Brantford, Ont., 
July, [803, m. Ancastra Elizabeth 

She was daughter of John Vanderlip and b. St. Catharii 
C. W. 

Mi . Phelps settled in Brantford, Ont., where he d. 25 June, 

Children, b. Brantford, Ont.: 
handy, died your; 

John, b. 13 Dec £ itharine Hawley. 

Mary, b. 8 March, 1829, m. Charles Trow- 
bridge. He d. 25 Jan., [849. No issue. 
6591. IV. Mark, b. loSept.. 1831, d. 7 Oct., 1867. 

3275. Maky Phelps, b. Brantford, C. W. 11 
Dec, 1806, m. Elder Cyrus Churchill, 4 Sept., 1827. He 



+ 6576. 


6577- 


+6578. 


+ 6579. 


'■■- 


6581. 


+ 6c 


6583- 


6584. 


6585. 


+ 65 



I s ::- 




65 • 


1 


+ 6 5 8y. 


11 


6590. 


in 



Seven th Generation. 6j.$ 

was son of David and Sophia (Leach) Churchill, and was b. 
Fairfax, Franklin Co. Vt., 6 July, 1804, settled in Almont, 
Mich., where he died, 4 Nov., 1857, and where his wife died 
Oct., 1S59. He was a farmer. 

Children : 
6592. I. James (Churchill), b. Zora, Ont,, 6 July, 1828. 

593. II. Lydia " b. " " [2 Sept., 1829. 

6594. III. Augustus " b. " 26 July, [831. 

0595. [V. Ursula " b. " " 10 April, 1833. 

6590. V. Heurj " b. "7 Feb., 1835, 

d. 5 June, 1838. 
6597. VI. Orphia (Churchill), b. Almont, Mich., 12 

Sept., 1838, d. r Nov., 1838. 
65:,-. VII. Irene (Churchill), b. Almont, Mich., 1 Oct., 
1840, d. 1846. 

6599. VI II. Caroline (Churchill), b. Almont, Mich.. 28 

Feb., 1842. Res. Thornville, Mich. 

6600. IX. Angeline (Churchill), b. Almont, Mich,, 10 

May, 1^46. 

6601. X. Mary E. (Churchill), b. Almont, Mich.. ] 

April, [850. 

6602. XI. (Churchill), b. Almoin Mich., d. in infancy. 

6603. XII. " b. " " d. in infancy. 

6604. XIII. " b. " " d. in infancy. 

6605. XIV. " b. " " d. ininfam 

3276. David J. Phelps, b. Brantford, Ont. ,18 
March, 1809, m. 21 May. 1834, Elizabeth Olmsted, b. Town- 
send, C.W., 15 June, 1814, d. Brantford, Ont., 29 Nov [885. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Brantford, C. \\\. where he d. 16 
June, 1876 (or 15 June, 1877. 

Children, b. Brantford, Ont.: 

6606. I Mary, b. 7 Oct., 1835, d. 25 March, 1843. 

6607. II. Martha, b. 1 Oct., 1837, d. 6 May, 1842. 

+ 660S. in. Alexander, b. 16 March. 1S40, m. Mary 

Dobson. 
+ 6609. IV. Hannah, b. 31 Oct., 1842, m. William Henry 

Johnson. 
6610. V. Sylvester, b. 3 Sept., 1847, m. Minnie Kirby, 

31 May, 1874. 



6j6 Seventh -Generation. 

6611. VI. Elizabeth Jones, b. 30 June, 1852, m. James 
W. Bureh, 17 Dec. [873, d. 29 Nov., 1885. 
+ 6612. VII. Simeon W., b. 30 June, 1855, m. Editli May 
K lly. 

:»'2<?. Ursula A. Phelps, b. Townsend, C. 

W., 11 April, 1823, m. at Townsend, C. \\'., 23 April, 1844, 
Henry J. Barber, son of Moses and Jtfancy (2 -1 Barber. 

He was b, Onondaga township, Brant Co., Ont., n April, 
1823. Settled in Boston, Ont. 

Child, b. ' Ontario : 

6613. I. Lewis C. (B b. ' Feb., 1847. 

3279. Champion Jones Phelps, b. boston, 

C. \\\, 10 June, [825, m. to June, [851, Phebe Ann Norton, 
b. 6 March. 1825, d. Boston, C. W. 19 August, 1857. He 
married 2nd, I.ucinda White, 9 May, 18; 
Mr. Phelps settled in B mtario. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Boston, Ontario: 
14. I. David Wesley, b. 20 Now, [852, d. 7 June. 

53< 
6615. II. Arthur Lee. b. 25 Dec., [853, d. [859. 

16. 111. Solon Clark, b. 23 Dec, 1855, d. 10 Sept., 

185 » 

117. IV. Lyman, b, 29 May, 1856, d. 

[8. V. I May. 1856, d. 1 August 

VI. Sarah, b. i . >7- 

662 VII. Phebe Ann. b. 1-; Aug., 1857, d. 26Aug., 1 

Child by 2nd wi 

6621. VIII. Clara L., b. 20 

3280. George Washington Phelps, b. Bos- 
ton, C. W. 12 June. 1827, m. Settled in Dowagiac, Mich., 

where he die 

Child : 

22. I. v. b. Dowagiac, Mich. 

3282. Matthias Phelps, b. Boston, C. W., 

May, 1832, m. . 

Mr. Phelps resided for a time in Denver. Col. 
Children, b. Denver, Colorado : 



Seventh Generation. 64.J 

6623. • I. Seward Grunt Lincoln. 

6624. II. Ann. 

3287. Othniel Phj . Dover, N. J., about 

1791, m. Settled in Colesburgh, Iowa. 

Children, b. Colesburgh, Iowa: 
625. I. A son, d iiolera. 

6620. II. Melissa, m. Lyman Kinion, 30 June, 1843. 

Settled in Lafayette Co.. Wis. 

6627. III. Mary. m. Joel Campbell, 1 April, 1S46. Set- 

tled in Quincy, Mich. 

6628. IV. Alsena, m. Win. Hulbert, Dec, 1847. 

6629. V. Henry, m. Mary Gray, 22 Jan., 1855. 

6630. VI. Seneca, m. Amanda Field, 12 May, [858 

31. VII. Elizabeth, m. James Hauf man, 26 Nov., 1S60, 
Elk Township, Iowa. 

3-200. Joel Phelps, b. Rockaway, N. Y., 12 
May, [800, removed to Canada in 18 16, and resided with his 

uncle Elijah in Pelham township. 

His uncle having no heirs he inherited the estate, m. Sarah 
Ann Millard. He later settled in Chippewa where his wife d- 

27 Feb., 1844, and where he died. 

Children : 

+ 6632. I. Elijah, b. Stamford, C. W., 16 May, 1820, m. 

Marl 'later. 

6633. II. Frances, b. Wellington, C. W., 10 Oct., 1 

6634. III. Charlotte. 1). " 4N0V., 1824. 
6635 IV. George W., b. Stanford, C. W., 7 April, 

[827. Settled in Chicaj 

6636. V. Thomas, b. Wellington, C. W., 12 Nov., 

9- 

6637. VI. Ann, 1), Wellington, C. W. . 10 May, [832, d. 

21 July, [844. 

3291. Daniel Phelps, b. Oakland, Wis., 
about 1802, m. Sophia Philips. Settled in Waterloo, Queb 

Child, b. Waterloo, Quebec. 
+ 66 V s - I. Orin Andrew, b. 4 bob.. [843, m. AnnaM. 

Pratt. 



6 pS Seve 11 th Gen e ra tio ti . 

3293. Aarox Phelps, b. Oakland, Wis., 18 
Oct., 1806, m. Mary Armstrong, 14 August, [831. She was 
daughter of Calvin and Clarissa Armstrong, and was b. in 
April, 1812, d, Chicago. 111., with cholera, 22 July, 1S54. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Chicago, 111. 

Children, b. Chicago, 111.: 

^9. I. Clarissa, 1). 2 August, 1S32. 

6640. II, Edna Irene, b. ril, [835 

|.i. III. Elvira, b. 27 March. 183 

6642. IV. Mary Eliza, b. 29 May, 1S40. 

6643. V. Edwin Aaron, b. 29 Dec, [842. 

6644. VI. Lydia, b. 1 Feb., 1845. 

6645. VII. Emily Ann, d. in infancy. 

6646. VIII. Ella F., d. in infancy. 

3294. Lewis Phelps, b. Oakland, Wis., 11 
March, [809, m. . 

Married 2nd, 1860, Frances Lockwood, b. Fairfield, Ct., 
where she was educated and had a college diploma. 

Mr. Phelps finally settled in Clarence. Cedar Co., Iowa, 
where he was living in 

Note, Lewis Phelps, in [880, re to records of his fam- 
ily which we do not find, and refers to his son who had three 
children, and his daughter, and his it wife, or his 2nd 

wife. He also refers to hi- I father's brother who visited 

them about 1827, then nearly 100 years old. Capt. Jam, 
who was in the French War. left in the field t ir- 

tially c 1 with ston die In I illy came to and 

was rescued. He had his - ht, ami could see to read 

any paper without -. but could scarcely hear a word. 

Went to church and praised the sermon very highly, said al- 
though he could not hear, he knew it was good from th. 
tines of the pi'eacher. 

Children, probably by 2nd wii 

6647. I. Luther W. 

664s. II. Emily J., m.. had 3 children. Res. Clarence, 

Cedar Co., Iowa. 

3300. Noah Phkli-s. b-. Ovid. X. Y., 9 Oct., 
-. m. Hannah Sevick, 17 Feb., 181 1. 



Seventh Generation. 64.9 

Mr. Phelps settled in Dexter. Mich., but resided for a time 
previous in Ovid, Mich. 

Children, b. Ovid, Mich.-: 

+ 6641). I. George E., b. 3 Feb.. 1812, m. twice. 

+ 6650. II. John C, b. 23 March, [814, tn. Martha Rop- 

pyla. 
51. III. Mercy C, b. 8 Oct., [816, in. Henry Phelps. 
6652. IV. Amarilla, b. 1 Oct., 1-819, m. John Hall. 

+ 6653. Y. Noah H., b. 20 May, 1823, m. Clementina 

Rochell. 
+ 6654. VI. Francis S., b. 13 Oct. 1N26, m. Elizabeth 
Latarit. 

3303. Elijah Phelps, b. Ovid, N. Y., n 
vSept., 1792, m. Phebe Hawley, April, 18 15. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Seneca Co., N. Y. 

Children, b. vSeneca Co., N. Y. : 

6655. I. William. 

6656. II. Ransom. 

6657. III. Joel. 
66, 58. IV. Yale 
6659. V. Andrew. 

3306. Zeri Phelps, b. Ovid. N. Y., 22 Nov.. 
1798, m. 18 vSept.. 1718, Jane T. Stewart, b. Huntington, X. 
Y., 26 Feb., 1794, d. Plymouth, Mich., 27 Sep., 1842. 

He married 2nd Kstelle M. Cole, at Plymouth, Mich,, 7 
Jan., 1843. She was b. Lyons, Wayne Co., X. V,, 12 Nov., 
1824. 

Settled in Ovid, X. Y., and in 1S27, he removed to Ply- 
mouth, Mich., where lied, in 1854. 

Children, by 1st wife : 
+ 6660. I. John Wycoff, b. Ovid, X. Y., 14 June, 1819, 

m. Mary C, Root. 
6661. II. Jeulula b. Ovid, X. Y., 22 April, 1822, d. 7 

August) • 838, ni. . 

+ 6662. III. LydiaJ., b. Ovid, X. Y., 8 March, 1823, m. 

Horace Augell. 
+ 6663. .IV. Noah, b. Ovid, X. Y., 14 Dec. 1824, m. Es- 
ther Turner. 



650 Seventh Generation. 

6664. V. Zeri. b. 7 Dec, 1 '. 18 April, 1832. 

+ 6665. VI. Rebecca M.. b. Plymouth, Mich.. 7 Feb., 

1828, m. Henr\- Sayers. 
66' VII. Caroline, b. Plymouth, Mich., 17 Jan.. 1831, 

d. 23 May. 1842, 
6667. VIII. Oliver, b. Plymouth, Mich., 4 Oct., 1833, d. 

30 April, [8 

Children by 2nd wife : 
666 IX. Melissa, b, Plymouth, Mich., 11 Nov., 1843. 

6669. X. Henry Clay, b. Plymouth, Mich.. 29 Jan., 

'-4- 

6670. XI. William Wallace, b. Plymouth, Mich., 11 

- I 1-5- 

6671. XII. Charles Turner, b. Plymouth, Mich., 15 July, 

17- 

6672. XIII. IyOren Annis, b. Plymouth, Mich., 14 April, 

i9 . 

6673. XIV. Surah Maria, b. Plymouth, Mich., 11 Oct.. 

52. 

74. XV. Daniel A., b. Plymouth, Mich., ioSept., 1853. 

3310. Judge William W. Phelps, b. Dover, 

X. J., 7 Feb., [792, removed with his father and family to 
Homer, X. V. in [800, m. Stella Waterman (now called 
Sally.) 

Mr. Phelps had a common school education. When quite 
young he removed to Ohio, soon returning to H> X. V.. 

where he started a paper called the "Western Courier." From 
there he removed to Trumansburgh, Tompkins Co,, X. Y., 
and started the publication oi a paper called the ' Fake Fight. ' ' 
From there he removed . aandaigua, Out. Co.. X. Y., 

where he published a paper in the inl Anti-Masons 

called the "Ontario Phoenix." While he resided here the 
'Book of Mormon" came befoi world. He was in- 

fatuated with their new religion, abandoned his paper and 
removing his family to Ohio, joined the Mormon church, and 
went to Missouri with the first Mormon missionaries. In the 
fall he returned for his family, purchased a printing pres^ in 
Cincinnati, and removed with his family to Independence, 
Jackson Co., Mich., then a new Mormon settlement. In the 



Seventh Generation. 

fall of 1833 tne Mormons were banished from Jackson Co., 
removing and settling in Colville Co., Mo. From here they 
were soon routed and removed to Hancock Co., 111., where 
they flourished for some time and built a Temple. In 1843 
they were again banished. 

Their next location was Salt Lake City, after which their 
history is generally known. Mr. Phelps removed and settled 
with them in Salt Fake City, where he was quite a prominent 
man, holding for many years the position of Judge. He died 
there' 6 March, 1872, in his 78th year, Leaving a widow, his 
first wife, Sally Waterman, and several children. His widow., 
Sally, says there are three' children in Salt Lake City, the rest 
in the states ; as to the number of wives he took and as to his 
children we have no full records. 

The following is a copy of a letter to Mr. O. S. Phelps from 
Mrs. Phelps on the death of her husband. This shows how 
deeply the people are infatuated by their religion : 

Salt Lake City, 18 Mar.. 1872. 

Dear Friend : I received your kind letter and was glad to 
hear from you. I have to inform you that Mr. Phelps died 
the sixth day of March, and will have a part in the first resur- 
rection of Saints and Apostles. 

Through ail his fightings and doings he has died at a good 
old age. Peace to his memory. His works will follow him. 
He is with Joseph and Hiram, the Blessed Martyrs, who died 
for the Testimony of Jesus, who believed in Revelation and 
Resurrection literally fulfilled. God is our Judge and our 
(here there are three or four words obliterated) are fre — 

Jesus and his Apostles were thought not fit to live on the 
Earth, and were slain for their religion, but we fear not what 
man can do unto us knowing that God is on our side. Should 
like you to come to Salt Fake City and see and hear for your- 
self. Should like to hear from you often. Accept my best 
wishes and may Peace attend you and yours, I remain your 
friend and well-wisher. Sally Phelps. 

The following is all the record we have of Mr. Phelps' 
family. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Homer, X. Y.: 



■6 j 2 Seventh Generation. 

+ 6675. I. William Waterman, b. 23 Jan., 1823, m, 

Brewster. 
667b. II. Lydia, b. 1825, m. Thorp. Res. Salt Lake 

City. 
6677. III. Hiram E. 

78. IV. 

66; V. 

66s VI. 

3311, Benjamin C. Phelps, b. Dover. X. J., 

31 July, 1794, removed with his father to Homer, X. Y., in 
tsoo, m. probably Abigail Br<> ks 1 Feb., 1S26. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Homer. X. Y.. where he died 12 July, 
[849. 

Children, b. Homer, X. Y. : 

>8i. I. Enon, d. Homer, X. Y. , 12 July, [849. 

66g II. Wilson. 

3312. Elijah Phelps, b. Dover, X. J., 17 
Nov., 1706, removed with his father to Homer, X. Y.. in 

tn. 28 Feb . [819, Clarissa Phelps, b. ro May, 1797, d. 
Edna, C. W.. is- -. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Edna, C. W.. where he d. in 1S65. 

Children, b. Edna, C. W.: 
6683. I. Laura Ann, b. 6 Dec., 1819, d. 14 Eel).. [836, 

66X4. II. Nelson D., b. 5 August, [821. 

66S5. III. Elijah L., b. 23 April. 1 
66? IV. Truman, b. 7 August. [825, d. 1 Dec, [828. 

87. V. Dewitt Clinton, b. 19 Sept., 
66ss. VI. Enon W., b. 19 Oct., [830. 
66? VII. William F., b. 9 Sept.. 1S32, d. 3 May, 1 
\ III. Minard B., b. 2S June. iS 
+ 6691. IX. Othniel D., b. 17 May. 1838, m. Fanny . 

3318. Enon W. Phelps, b. Homer, X. Y,. 

9 June. 1S11, m. Annie Chapman about 1839, 
Mr. Phelps probably settled in Homer. X. Y. 

Child, b. Homer. X. Y.: 
4-6692. I. Arlington Elisha, b. 10 Dec., 1841,111. Emma 

Elizabeth Stanford. 



Seventh Generation. 653- 

33*22. Lucv Rollo, b. Hebron, Ct.. Jan. 4, 
1779, d. Ypsilanti, Mich., May 12. 1845, m. at Stephentovvn. 
N. Y., Jan. 18, 1S01, Stephen Post. 

Children, b. Stephentown, X. Y.: 

6C93. I. William Rollo (Post), b. Nov. 22. 1801, d. 

Ypsilanti, Midi. Jan. 3 1 97. 

6694. It. Fucy Ann (Post), b. Nov. 9, 1X07, d. Lenox, 

Mass., Aug. 19. 1822. 

3330. Nathaniel Phelps, b. Barkhamsted. 
Ct., 10 Nov., 1792, m. Margaret White 23 March, 1815. .-she 
was a daughter of Daniel and Margaret White and was b. Ct., 
6 April, 1791, d. Breaknian, Pake Co., O., 12 Jan., 1851. She 
joined the Baptist Church 21 Feb., 1830. 

Mr. Phelps resided for a time in Bradford, Pa. In 1S26 he 
removed to Thompson. O., and later in life to Breaknian, ' 
where he died 26 Dec, 1878. He was a farmer and a chain, 
maker. 

Children, b. Bradford, Pa., except last two: 

+ 6695. I. Hannah T., b. 13 April, 1815, m. Pamil 

Shepard. 
6696. II. Adaline, b. 22 Aug., 1816, m. Joseph Bow 

+ 6667. III. Lucetta C, b. 12 March, 1820, 111. Wells 

Stocking. 
+ 6( IV. Huldah Samantha, b. June 2, 1823,111. George 

S. Phelps. 
+ 6699. V. Eliza J., b. 13 July, 1825, 111. four times. 

+ 6700. VI. Alma A., b. Thompson, O., 12 July, 1830, rxi. 

/ E. J. Kellogg. 

+ 6701. VII. Isaiah, b. Thompson, 0., 23 March. [836, m. 

Eliza E. French. 

3345. Harriett Phelps, 1). Hebron, Ct.. 1 
Jan., 1797, probably 111. Hubbell Mauley. Probably settled 
in Canton, Pa. 

Child, b. Canton, Pa.: 

+ 6702. I. Clinton (Mauley), b. about 1830, m. Fouisa 

Pratt. 



654- Seventh Generation. 

3347. George Abel Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
10 Oct.. 1804, in. Sally Barker, 16 Nov., 1826. She was b. 
Athens, X. Y,, June, 1806, d. Brunswick, Ohio, 8 Feb., 
1 891. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Hebron, Ct. In 1832 he with 
his youngest brother, removed to Brunswick, Ohio, where he 
l Sept. 

Children : 

703. I. George Champlain, b. Hebron, Ct.. 25 Oct. 
7, in. . 



-r-6704. II. Ralph Abel, b. Hebron, Ct., 2 Nov., 1831, m. 
Sarah 1 ►eming. 
05. III. Sally Elizabeth, b. Brunswick, Ohio, 12 Nov., 
53, m. Hamilton. 

IV. Mary Jane, b, Brunswick. Ohio, 12 All 
4, in. Hiram \Y. Davis. 

3363. P olly I PS, b. Wilbraham, Mass 

21 May. 1780, tn. ij \ Elijah Jones, b. 16 Aa 

Mass. Shed. 1 res Ma 5. . Feb., [855. 

Mr. Jones settled in r6 Acres, Mass . where he d. 9 July, 

-• 

Children, b. 16 Acres. Mass 

671 - I. Sarah Jones, b. 26 May, 1799, m. Milton 

Chapin, Springfield M 
6;> II. Elijah, b. 21 March, 1806, d. in infancy. 

6709. III. Lovina, b. 

710. IV. Lovina, b. 11 April, 1809, m. Horace Clark, 
Wilbraham, Mass. 
6711. V. Mary G., b. 21 March 1813, m. Geo. W. 

Chapin. 
2. VI. William Henry April, 1817, m. Oar 

Meriden, Ct. 
6713. VII. Caroline I by, b. 27 Oct., 1818, m. Brit- 

ton Robbins, Springfield, Mass 

3304. Elijah Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mas 
31 Jan., 17S2, m, Mary E. Russell, b. Charleston, S. C. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Charleston. S. C. He died at sea. 



Seventh Generation. 655 

on his way north, 19 Dec, 1819, in his 38th year. He was a 
sea captain. 

Child, b. Charleston, S. C: 
+ 6714. I. Francis I y .. b. 4 July, 1819, m, Helen A. 

Frazer. 

3365. Betsey Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mas 

12 July, 1783, m. Isaacus Humphrey, b. Enfield, Ct., where 
he settled and died, and where his widow Betsey died 2 May, 

t855- 

Children, b. Enfield, Ct.: 

6715. I. Eliza (Humphrey), b. 5 Feb., 1806, m. 

Parsons. 

6716. II. Eunice (Humphrey), b. 13 Sept., r8o7, m. 

Joseph McElroy. 

3366. John Phelps, b. Wilbraham, -Mass.. 20 
August, [785, in. P>etsey Aver, 30 Nov., [808. vShe was 
daughter of Nathaniel and Edna (Hartson) Aver, and was b. 
Pomfret, Ct., ig March, 1787, and d. Eaton, X. Y., 18 Sept., 
1 86 1. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Pomfret, Ct. In 1812 he re- 
moved to Eaton, X. Y., where he died 25 June, 1831. 

Children : 

67x7. I. John H., b. Pomfret, Ct., 2 Oct., 1809, m. 

Mary Catlin, 13 Oct., 1843. He d. 6 Nov., 

1843- 

6718. II. Charles Russell, b. Pomfret, Ct.,3 June, 1811. 

Supposed to have died 1843, nnm. 

6719. III. Mary Maria, b. Eaton. X. Y., 3 Nov., 1813, 

d. Morrisville, X. Y., 12 Dec, 1880, at the 

house of her brother. 
+ 6720. IY. William Benjamin, b. Eaton, X Y., 24 .Sept., 

1817, m. Caroline Matilda Stone. 
+ 6721. V. Samuel Henry, b. Eaton, X. Y., 16 Sept.. 

18 19, m. Mary Austin. 
+ 6722. VI. Amelia Caroline, b. Eaton, X. Y., 7 June, 

1823, m, Geo, W. Aver. 
+ 6723, VII. Charlotte Ann, b. Eaton. X. Y.. 26 Sept., 

1825, in. Warren Cone, 



656 Seventh Generation. 

6724. VIII. Sarah Helen, b. Eaton, X. Y., [6 April, 1831 
d. Morrisville, X. Y., 28 March, 1849, unm, 

3367. Benjamin Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mass., 
5 June, 1787, in. Amelia Ely, b. West Springfield, M 

He married 2d Julia Ely, sister of his est wife. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Hartford, Ct., where he d. 9 D 
1838. 

Children, b. Hartford. Ct., by first wife: 

725. I. Mary Elizabeth, b. 12 June, 1821, m. George 

Dexter, 
-4-6726. II. Francis Amelia, 1;. 14 Nov., 1825, ra. Geo 
1). Moore. 

3368. Srrir Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mass., 12 
April, [789, 111. 7 April, [812, at Hillsdale, X. V., Pollj I 

-fit, b.Hil X. Y., 15 July, 1791, d. Hillsdale. X. Y., 

15 Aug.., 1850. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hillsdale. X. Y., and Mill River. Mass., 
where he died 4 Ma\ , [862. 

Children, b. Hillsdale, X. Y. : 

6727. I. Emily Lavinia, l». 17 July, 1813, d. 2 Sept., 

[821. 

6728. II. Sophronia Elvira, b, 3 Nov., 1816, m. Elias 

- [5 I >ec. ,183 Hills .ilc, X. Y. 
'u. III. Caroline Amelia, b. 8 Feb., 1831, m. Henry 

Root, Mill River. Mass 
673 IV. William Henry, b, 29 Nov., [832. Reside- in 

Burling Kane Co., 111. 

:{:{()!>. Asenath Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mass. 

Mai \li m. 14 Dec.. 1815, published in Springfiel 

Mass., 13 Nov., iM-, Eliphalet Chapin. b. Sixteen Ac. 
Mass.. where lie settled and died, and where his wife d. 6 Jan.. 
[832, He was a farmer. 

Children. Acres Mass 

6731. I. Elijah Phelps (Chapin), b. 9 June, 1816, m. 

Amelia King, Springfield, Ma 
673J. II. Jane Elizabeth (Chapin), b. 16 Sept., 1N17.n1. 

Gr< r King, Springfield. 



Seventh Generation. 657 

6733. III. Francis (Chapin), b. 21 Sept. ,1819, m.Lucinda 

Brown. He d. 28 Feb., 1862. 

6734. IV. Rodney Henry (Chapin), b. 21 Sept.. 1821, 

d. 28 Feb., 1862. 

6735. V. Milo (Chapin), b. 2 March, 1823, ra. Thirza 

Gifford, Springfield, Mass. 

6736. VI. Edwin (Chapin), b. 9 Dec, 1825, m. Martha 

Cooley. 
6737- VII. Mary A. (Chapin), b. 2 Feb., 1827, m. three 
times. 

6738. VIII. Julia A. (Chapin), b. 31 March, 1831, m, 

Rev. F. S. Jewell, prof, of Normal School, 
Albany, N. Y. ; later Episcopal minister at 
Winsted, Ct., and Evanston, 111., and still 
later principal of Episcopal School, Wis. 

6739. IX. William Warner (Chapin), b. 15 Jan., 1829, 

d. 1830. 

3370. Francis Phelps, b. Wilbrahain, Mass., 

9 Sept., 1793, m. Catharine Wilson, b. Holland's Landing, or 
East Williamsburgh, Ontario, Canada. 

Mr. Phelps settled at Holland's Landing, Out., where he d. 
1 May, 1 jed 42 years. 

Children, b. Holland's Landing, Ont.: 

6740. I. Caroline, b. 7 Feb., 1823, m. John Mclntyre, 

of Holland's Landing, Ontario. 
;+i. II. Henry, 1). 17 Nov., 1824, m. Settled in 

Illinois. 
674-. III. Alfred, b. 28 Feb., r826, m. Emily J. Richards,, 
of Holland's Landing. 

6743. IV. Elijah, b. 12 May, [828. 

6744. V. Eliza Ann, b. 27 May, 1S30. 

6745. VI. Mary, b, 22 April., 1X32. Toronto, Ca. 

6746. VII. Hugh, b. 24 Feb., 1833. Ottawa, 111. 

3371. William Phelps, b. Wilbrahain, Mass., 
3 Oct., 1795, m. Sarah Force, 15 Nov., 1824. She was 
daughter of William and Caroline (Sanger) Force, and was b. 
Eaton, N. Y., 7 Jan., 1806, where shed. 22 May, 1873. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Eaton, N. Y., where he d. 18 Jan., 
1875. lie was a carpenter and builder. 
(42) 



6k8 



Seventh Generation. 



Children, b. Eaton. N. Y.: 

I. Man- Elizabeth, b. 24 Jan., 1826. m. Simeon 
Switzer. 
II, Francis Charles, b. 20 Oct.. 1828, m. Mary 
A. Greenland. 

III. William Alonzo, b. 19 Jan., 1831,111. Josephine 

Earl, July. 1862. He d. 21 Aug., 1863, in 
War of the Rebellion. 

IV. Benjamin Wheelock, b. 16 Aug.. [834. Set- 

tled in Morrisville, X. Y.. unmarried. 
V. Caroline Asenath, b. 31 Dec. 1838, m. Phineas 
L. Stewart, 23 Sept.. 1864, Oneida, X. Y 
VI, Martha Force, b. 1 Aug., 1840, m. Charles 

Sidney Humphrey. 
VII. Anna Rebecca, b. 20 March, [842, m. Lewis 
Steward, Dec, 1866. No issue. 
VIII. Samuel Gibbs, b. 29 Dec, 1848, m. Martha 
Smith, Alexander, Dak. No issue. 



3372. Henry Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mass., 
21 April, 1797, m. 12 Dec, 1819, Rachel Jacobs, b. Windsor, 
Ct., in July, 1897, d. Windsor. Ct., 20 July, 18 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct.. where he d. 17 Fe 
1875. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct. 

0735. I. Xathaniel G., b. 17 Feb.. 1820, m. Delia 

Richardson. Texas. Had Samuel. 
67" II. Samuel O.. b. 8 April. 1823, d. 14 May, 1? 

Windsor, Ct., mini. 

65 III. Edgar, b. 23 Jan., [826, Windsor, Ct.. unm. 

IV. Mary A., b. 16 Nov., 1828, m. Charles W. 

Denslow. She d. 24 Ik : £4, with issue. 

V. Ebenezer Todd, b, 9 July, 1833, m. Lucretia 

. Resides in Hartford, Ct. No .ssue. 



+ 6747. 


+ 6748. 


6749. 


67- 


6751- 


+ 6752. 


67 


6754. 



+ < 

+ 6761 
4- 6762 



VI. Henry Elijah, b. 14 Xov.. 1834, m. Susie E. 
Olin. 
VII. William Jacobs, b. 12 Jan., 1838, m. Elizabeth 

F. Cooley. 
VIII. Abraham, b. 24 Jan., 1840, m. 



Seventh Generation. 6jp 

3373. Caroline Phelps, b. Wibraham, Mass., 
18 May, 1799, m. Ebenezer G. Todd, 21 Jan., 1823. Settled 
in Eaton, N. Y. His wife, Caroline, d. 29 Sept., 1863, at 
Morrisville, N. Y. He was b, 6 March, 1792, d. 29 Sept., 
1868. at Eaton, N. Y. No issue. 

3374. Dorothy Phelps, b. Wilbraham, Mass., 
1 Nov., 1801, m. 2 March, 1824, Stephen Coman, b. Eaton, 
N. Y. Settled in Morrisville, N. Y., where he d. 12 June, 
1870. His wife d. in Fremont, Neb., 25 Nov., 1884. 

Children, b. Morrisville, N. Y. : 

6763. I. Elijah Phelps (Coman), b. 29 Nov., 1826, in. 

Charlotte E. Buell at Waterville.N.Y., 1857. 
+ 6764. II. Juliette Keziah (Coman), b. 18 April, 18 

m. Horace E. Griswold. 
+ 6765. III. Winslow Smith (Coman), b. 15 March, 1830, 

m Elizabeth Lewis. 
+ 6766. IV. Charles Henry (Coman), b. 1 Sept., 1836, m. 

Eouisa Melissa Bickuell. 
+ 6767. V. Edwin Reed (Comans), b. 26 Oct., 1840, m. 

Maria C. Bonny. 

3380. Eucy Coit Huntington, b. Stoning- 
ton, Ct., March 15, 1778, d. Norwich, Ct., May 9, 1846, m. 
Oct. 31, 1796, Col. Elisha Tracy, b. Norwich, Ct., May 27, 
1766, d. Norwich, Ct., March 10, 1842, sou of Dr. Elisha and 
Elizabeth (Dorr) Tracy. Settled in Norwich, Ct. Col. Tracy 
was a lawyer, a member of the legislature, justice of the 
peace, and a colonel of militia. 

Children, b. Norwich, Ct.: 

6768. I. William Swan (Tracy), b. Feb. 4, 1799, m. 

Mary G. Rogers. 

6769. II. Winslow (Tracy), b. Jan. 13, 1801. d. May 

n, 1823. 
6769a. III. Elizabeth Dorr (Tracy), b. July 2, 1803, m. 
Erastus Williams. 

6770. IV. Eucy Huntington (Tracy), b. May 11, 1806, 

m. Albert Smith. 
6770a. V. Hannah Phelps (Tracy), b. April 13, 1808, d. 
Ma} - 10, 1810. 



660 Seventh GeueratioJi. 

6771. VI. Elisha Dorr (Tracy), b. June 4, 1S10, d. June 

12, 1823. 
6771a. VII. vStephen Decatur (Trac\ ), b. July 14, 1812, 
drowned June 25, 1 S 1 7 . 

6772. VIII. Mary Griswold (Tracy), b. May 1, 1816, d. 

Sept. 15, 1825. 
6772a. IX. Cliarlotte Isabella (Tracy), b. Sept. 30, 1819, 

m.  ■■! . E '.on. 

6772b. X. Elisha Winslow (Tracy), b. April 8, 1823, 
ad. Harvard 184,;. A lawyer in Chicago, 

111. 

3381. Charles Phelps Huntington, b. 
St mington, Ct., Sept. 30, 1779. d. Sept. 28, 1^50, in. Dec. 
19, 1802, Charlotte Lathrop, b. Feb. 21. 17S1. d. Jan. 8, [805, 
daughter of Azariah and Abigail (Huntington) Lathrop. H< 
m. 2nd, April 28, [806, Maria Perit, b. Jan. 2, 1783, d. April 
1854. 
He was a merchant in Norwich, Ct., and New Vork city, 
and a representative in Conn, legislature. 

Child, by 1st wife: 

67- I. Abby Lathrop (Huntington), b. Sept. 3, 

[803 d. Feb. 14. 1804. 

Children, by 2nd wife: 

+ 6774. II. John Perit (Huntington), b. Feb. 14. 

m. Sarah Coit Perkins. 
+ 677411. III. Charles Webster (Huntington), b. July 16, 

m. Sarah F. Spear. 
+ 6774b. IV. Ruth Leffingwell (Huntington), b. Mai ' 
1810, in. ... Ripley. See No 

75. V. Samuel And] - ■Huntington), b. Pel). 5, 

18 12, d. X. V. city, April 28, i s 34, mini. 
+ 6775;!. VI. Benjamin Franklin (Huntington), b. Oct. 24, 

13, in. Maria L. Huntington. 
+ 6775b. VII. James Muuroe (Huntington), b. August 
1S17, m. Emily Bre\\>ter Meach, m. 2i>. 
Sarah K. Burgess 
6776. VIII. William H. (Huntington), b. August 31, 

1. Res. Paris, France. 



Seventh Ge?ieration. 66 r 

3386. Ephraim Williams, b. Stonington, Ct., 
3 July, 1791, d. 23 March, 1861, m. 13 April, 1815, Hannah 
Eliza Dennison, b. North Stonington, Ct., 11 June, 1799, d. 
20 June, 1S77, daughter of Amos and Hannah (Williams) 
Dennison. Res. Stonington, Ct. 

Children, b. Stonington, Ct.: 

+ 6777. I. Hepzibah P. (Williams), b. 9 Feb., 1816, m. 

Dr. William Hyde. 

+ 6778. II. Hannah Elizabeth (Williams), b. 16 Nov., 

1817, m. Courtland P. Dixon. 
6779. III. Martha D. (Williams), b. 15 March, 1820, d. 

19 Nov., 1820. 
67S0. IV '. Ephraim (Williams), b. 25 Jan.. 1822, d. 27 

Oct., 1822. 

{-6781. V. Sarah P. (Williams), b. 1 May, 1825. m, Wil- 

liam L. Palmer. 

+ 6782. VI. Ephraim (Williams), b. 1 Dec, 1826, m. 

twice. 

6783, VII. Charles P. (.Williams), b. 18 Sept., 1828, d. 

16 May, 1832. 

6784. VIII. lid ward (Williams), b. 21 April, 1830, d. 11 

Sept., 1830. 
+ 6785. IX. Emeline, P. (Williams), b. 18 May, 1832, m. 

Jabish Holmes. 
+ 6786. X. Amos D. (Williams), b. 30 June, 1834, m. 

Elizabeth Fitch. 
+ 6787. XI. Joseph P. (Williams), b. 8 Aug., 1S36, m. 

Elizabeth Towne. 
+ 6788. XII. Martha Jane (Williams), b. 27 July, 1838, m. 

John H. Hunter. 
+ 6789. XIII. Charles P. (Williams), b. 19 August, 1840. m. 

Fanny Mallory. 

3387. Chaklks Phklps William^, b. Ston- 
ington. Ct., 1802, m. Betsey Smith, m. 2d, Georgiana Bab- 
cock. 

Mr. Williams settled in Stonington, Ct. 

Children, by 1st wife: 
6790. I. Betsey (Williams). m, Ezra Sherman. No issue. 



662 Seventh Generation. 

+ 6791. II. Mary (Williams), in. Coddington Billings. 

6792. III. Charles " d. nnni. 

Children, by 2d wife: 

+ 6793. IV. Georgiana (Williams), m. George H, Warner. 
+ 6794. V. Charles P. m. Elizabeth Brooks. 

3390. Hannah Phelps, b. Stonington, Ct., 
29 Jul}'', 1793. m. Thomas Xoyes, 2S Feb. 1813. He was son 
of Thomas and Lydia (Ryers) Noyes, and was l>. Westerly, R. 
I., 22 Nov., [786. Resided in B ts, N. Y., where he d. 

19 Oct., i860, and where his wife d. He was a merchant. 

Children, b. Stonington, Ct.: 

6793. I. Charles (Noyes), b. 5 Aug., 1818, d. 13 Jan., 

1X40, unm. Lost in steamer Lexington, in 
L. I. Sound, with Chas. H. Phelps, his 
uncle. 
+ 67 II. Henry Babcock (Xoyes), b. 14 May, 1814, m. 

rah Holdridge. 

33^1. Chaki.es H. Phelps, b. Stonington, 
Ct., 13 Oct., 1793, in. Anna R. Hammond 28 Ju4y, 1S24. She 
was daughter of James and Phebe (Palmer) Hammond, and 
was b. Newport 21 June, 1805, d. Brookline, Mass., 3 Jan., 

)0. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Stonington, Ct. He d. 13 Jan.,i^ 
drowned at the burning of steamer Lexington on Long Island 
Sound. 

Children, b. Stoningtoi Ct.: 

Sarah, b. 6 Ma; L82 d. same day. 

Anna H.. b. March. 1827, d. 11 May 18s 

Ellen, b. 8 July, 1 8 3 1 . m. Eugene Edwards. 

Charles, b. 31 July, 1834, d. Sept., 1838. 

Emily, b. 31 July, 1834, d. 4 Nov., 1 - 
VI. Erskine M., b. 31 March, 1839, m. 26 Oct., 
1S64, Anna E. Wilder, b. Stonington, Ct.. 
March \g, daughter of C. L. and Har- 

riet Ellen Wilder. Res. 185 Adams St.. 
Chicago, 111., where he is a prominent mer- 
chant, of the firm of Phelps & Dodge since 
64. 





I 


6798 


II 


+ 6799 


III 




IV 




V 


6802 


VI 



Seventh Gener&tion. 663 

331)2. Nancy Phelps, b. Stonington, Ct., 20 
March, 1S00, m. James Wells Noyes, jo Jan., 1821. He was 
son of Thomas and Dydia (Ryers) Noyes, and was b. Wes- 
terly, R. I., 22 Dec, 1734. Settled in Westerly, R. I., from 
there to Stonington, Ct., where he died 13 Dec, 1864, and 
where his widow d. 22 March, 1882. 

Children : 

+ 6803. I. Franklin Babcock (Noyes), b. Stonington, 

Ct., 22 June, 1831, m. twice. 
6S04. II. Thomas Rogers (Noyes), b. Westerly, R, I., 

16 Nov., 1832, d. it May, 1890, unin. 

3396. Klizabeth Denxison Phelps, b. Ston- 
ington, Ct., 23 Feb., 1805, where she m. William Henry 
Woodbridge, 19 June, 1831. He was son of Joseph and Lucy 
(Sheldon) Woodbridge, and was b. Hartford, Ct., Feb. 23, 
1805, d. 12 March. 1869. Mr, Woodbridge settled in Ston- 
ington, Ct. 

Children, b. Stonington, Ct.: 

6805. I. William Henry (Woodbridge), b. 4 May, 

rS33, m. Jeanne Yeaples. No issue. Res. 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 

6806. II. Anna Hammond (Woodbridge), b. 8 Sept., 

'1835, d. 28 July, 1837. 

6807. III. Charles William (Woodbridge), b. 12 Jan., 

1838. Res. New London, Ct., in 1883. 

3404-. Martha Phelps, b. Stonington, Ct., 
or probably in New Orleans, Da., in 1820, m. Gordon Gates, 
b. Mystic, Ct. 

Children : 

6808. I. Gordon (Gates). 

6509. II. Christina " 

6510. III. Henry 

6811. IV. Stanton , m. Anna Dennison. 

3413. Ashbel or Asahel Phelps, b. Hebron, 
Ct., 3 August, 1794, m. Harriet Brainard, daughter of Caleb 
and Sally (Blish) Brainard. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct. The line of descent of 
this family is not entirely clear. 



66j Seventh Generation. 

Children, b. Windsor. Ct.: 
+ 6812. I. John Jay, b. iyOct., 1833, m, twice. 

6813. II, Jane Hosford, b. about i v ;.s. m. Ebeu Gay- 

lord. Had 4 children. 

3423. Buckley Phelps Barber, b. Ware- 
house Point, Ct., 21 March, 1798, in. Harriet Thompson, of 
Enfield, Ct. She was daughter of Matthew and Elizabeth 
(Collins) Thompson, and was b. 6 Jan., 1803, d. Warehouse 
Point, Ct., 29 Sept.. [876. 

Mr. Barber settled in Warehouse Point. Ct.. where he died 
22 Aug., [878. 

Children, b. Warehouse Point, Ct.: 

+ 6814. I. Caroline L. (Barber), b. about 1820, m. twice. 

+ 6815. II. William Thompson (Barber), b. 7 July, 1825, 

m. Mary J. Post. 
[6. III. Elizabeth Olmsted (Barber), b. [833. 
17. IV. Horace (Barber) b. 31 Oct., 1837, m. Caroline 
W. Allyn. 

3424. Caroline Lord Bakbek, b. Warehouse 
Point, Ct., 23 March, 1 Benjamin C. Burdett, b. 
\> ••> \ k Cit; . where he settled. His wife d. in Brooklyn. 
N Y. 

Children, b. New York City : 
I. Charles Phelps (Burdett), b. 20 Jul}-, 1821, m. 
twice. See No. 3-) 34, 
6S19. II. Horace Barber (Burdett), b. 8 Sept., 18: 

6820. III. John DeForest b. 20 April, 1S24, d. 

ifi Sept., 1867. mini. 

6821. IV. Caroline Morgan (Burdett), b. 22 Sept.,i 
522. V. Lydia Ann " b. 31 May, 1834. 

3427. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Warehouse 
Point, Ct., 22 May. 1813, m. 2s April, 1836, Bezaleel Sexton. 
Settled in Warehouse Point, Ct. Removed in 1885 to Mer- 
rick, L, I. 

Children, b. Warehouse Point, Ct.: 
682 I. Ephraim Lord (Sexton), b. 23 Jan.. 1837, d. 

2 April, 1842. 



Seventh Generation. 663 

+ 6824. II. Thomas Bezaleel (Sexton), b. 28 Nov., 1839, 

m. Celia E. Mowry. 

6825. III. Mary Elizabeth (Sexton), b. 19 Jan., 1844, d. 

21 March, 1845. 

6826. IV. Elizabeth Hotchkiss (Sexton), b. 17 July. 

1847. 

6827. V. Fanny (Sexton), b. 20 Oct., 1849, d. 24 April, 

1851. 
+ 6828. VI. George Hobart (Sexton), b. 20 Oct., 1S57.n1- 

Mary L,ord. 

3-1-28. Caroline Eord Phklps, b. Warehouse 
Point, Ct., 12 March, 1816, m. Rev. John Lord Taylor, 3 
July, 1839. He was son of John and Anna (Beardsley) Tay- 
lor, and was b. Warren, Ct., 181 1. Graduated at Yale College 

1835. 

He studied divinity, was settled at Andover, Mass. -Was a 
Congregational minister, and later professor in the Theological 
school at Andover, Mass. He died at New Haven, Ct . 14 
Oct., 1868. 

Children, b. Andover, Mas6.: 

6829. I. John Phelps (Taylor), b. 3 Dec, 1841, m. 

Antoinette Hall, 22 April, 1875, in New 
Haven, Ct.,'no\v a professor at Andover, 
Mass. 

6830. II. Henry Bethuel (Taylor), b. 16 Feb.. 1843. d. 

3 Dec, 1846. 

6831. III. Maria Phelps (Taylor), b. 1 Nov., 1845, d. 14 

Dec, 1845. 

6832. IV. Edward Johnson (Taylor), b. 30 Oct,, 1847, d. 

12 April, 1850. 

6833. V. Frederick Hotchkins (Taylor), b. 31 July, 

185 1, d. 27 March, 1872, unm. 

3431. Maria Huldah Phelps, b. Warehouse 
Point, Ct., 6 July, 1823, m. Dexter R. Wright, 3 April, 1848, 
at Windsor. Ct. 

Mr. Wright graduated and studied law, and was settled in 
New Haven. Ct., where he died August, 1886. 

Children, b. Merideu, Ct.: 



666 



en th Generation . 



6S34 
6837 



5-13 March. 



I. Dexter Russell (Wright), b. 
1849, d. 1 Sept., 1850. 
II. Maria Antoinette (Wright), b. 17 March, 
52, in. Henry L. Hunter. 

III. Chester Parker (Wright), b. iS April, [854, 
d. young. 

IV. Harriet Phelps (Wright), b. 31 Jan., 1857. m. 
Elisha Hewett. 

V. Paul (Wright) b. 30 April, 1S60, m. Leon 
Crawford, of Sullivan Co., End., 15 May. 
[889. 
68 VI. Arthur Bethuel, b. New York, N. Y : Feb., 

1892. m. Harriet Baker Sprague, in X. Y., 
• >ct., i> 

3432. Charles Epaphras Phelps, b. Ware- 
house Point, Ct., 23 Oct., 1834, mi Emily Harriet Barnard. 
1 2 Oct., 1864. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Warehouse Point, Ct., for a short 
time, then to Bayshore, L. I. 

Children, b. Warehouse Point, Ct:: 

I. Elizabeth M. b. 5 March, 1866, d. 7 May. 



6840. 

684 1. 

6844. 



1 x- 



II. Caroline Taylor, b. 15 Feb., • 
III. Charles E., b. 5 May. 1X72, d. 14 May. 1 
IV. Maude, b. 18 August, iS 
V. Emily, b. 13 June. 1870, d. 23 July, 1S70, 



34-33. Rev. Charles Edward Phelps, b. 
Warehouse Point. Ct.. 2 July, 1823, in. Sarah Davis, 27 May, 
1847. 

Mr. Phelps removed to Hartford, Ct., and from there to 
Oswego, N. Y.. with his father, when five ;■ id. 

He graduated at Trinity College, Hartford, when 20 years 
old, and at the Theological Seminary, X. Y., in 1845, and 
was ordained 20 Sept.. of that year, and was settled at Mor- 
avia, Homer and Whitehall, X. Y., and for the last 17 years 
at Xew Brunswick, X. J., and is now rector of St. John's 
Episcopal Church of that city. 

Children, b. Whitehall, X. Y.: 



Seventh Generation. 667 

+ 6845. I. Charles Edward Davis, b. 28 March, 1851, in. 

Elizabeth S. Mott. 

+ 6846. II. Arthur Sanford, b. 12 June, 1853, m. Ger- 

trude L,. Tappan, 

3434. Harriet Flavia Phelps, b. Hartford, 
Ct., 13 March, 1827, m. Sept., 1849, Charles P. Burdett, No. 
6818. 

Settled in New York city, and later in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
She d. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 5 May. 1853. 

Mr. Burdett m. 2nd, Mary Roe, 5 Nov., i860. She was 
daughter of Asaph and Mary B. Roe, of West Hampton. 
Mr. Burdett d. in Brooklyn, N. Y. He had no issue by 2nd 
wife. 

Children : 

6847. I. Charles Morgan (Burdett), b. N. Y. city, 20 

July, 1850, m. . 

•6848. II. Henry (Burdett), b. Brooklyn, N. Y.. 26 

Feb., 1853! 

3437. Abram Phelps, b. Patchogue, L. I., 19 
March, 1835, m. Anna Eliza Schandlein, 15 Dec, 1S62. She 
was daughter of John and Annie Schandlein and was b. Cats- 
kill, N. Y., 8 Nov., 1846, d. New York City 4 Feb., 1S92. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Brooklyn, N. Y., Harrison, N. J., 
Portsmouth, Va., and New York City, where he d. 13 Feb., 
18S5. He was an oyster planter and a captain. 

Children : 

6849. I. AnnaC, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1 March, 1864, 

d. 23 March, 1868. 

6850. II. Abram, b, Harrison, N. J., 31 March, 1867, 

m, Mary A'anBuren, 2 June, 1891. She d. 
Dec, 1 89 1. 

6851. III. Willie, b. Harrison, N. J., 10 Sept., 1870, d. 

10 July, 1 87 1. 

6852. IV. Florence, b. Harrison, N. J., 30 Sept., 1873,. 

m. Klisha P. Fairchild, 7 April, 1896. 

6853. Y. Mabel, b. Portsmouth, Ya., 2 Aug., 1875, m. 

Thomas Walter Tucker, 11 Feb., 1896. 

6854. VI, Grace, b. New York City, 26 Oct., 1884. 



668 Seventh Generation. 

344:0. Samuel O. Phelps, b. Patchogue, L. I., 
m. Hattie L. Matthews at Suffolk, Va., 26 Feb., 1884. She 
was daughter of George M. and Rebecca J. (Hodson) Mat- 
thews, and was b. Norfolk, Va.. 13 Aug.. 1S66. Living in 
Norfolk in 1896. 

Mr. Phelps was a shipmaster. 

Children, b. Suffolk. Va.: 

I55, I. Samuel O., b. 17 Feb., 1885, d. 31 Aug., 1888. 

56. II. Hattie Lee, b ; 28 Sept., 18 

6857. III. Louisa, b. 22 June, 1S92, d. 28 April, 1S94. 

58. IV. Fassett, b. 1 May, - 

34-4-4-. Sarah Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
25 Oct., 1705, in. Epaphroditus Bigelow, at Marlborough, Ct.. 
7 Nov., 1816. He was son of Daniel and Sarah F. (Ingham- 
Chapman) Bigelow. Mr. Bigelow was born at Marlborough, 
Ct.. 6 Feb., 1786. He first settled in Marlborough, Ct., and 
from there he removed, in [819, to Genesee, N. V., where he 
d. 7 April, 1874, and where his widow d. 21 March, 1S78. He 
was a farmer. 

Children, b. Genesee. N. V,, except first: 

^59. I. Oramel (Bigelow). b. Marlborough, Ct., 3 

June, 1818, m. Jane William - 
II. Revilo (Bigelow), b. 9 Oct., 1S20, m. twice. 

III. Daniel b. 4 Dec. [822, m. Helen 
A. Whitney. 

IV. Harvey (Bigelow), b. 1 May, 1825, m. Maria 
Van Buskirk. 

V. Ag 'Bigelow), b. 31 May. 1827, d. 

9 Nov., 1S30. 
VI. Alonzo Phelps b. 22 May, 1829, d. 

8 July, - - 
VII. Martin Luke " b. 19 Sept., 1831, d. 

6 July, 1836. 
VIII. Harriet Harmon b. 14 Feb., 183^ 

10 Dec, 1S58, unni. 
IN. Edward (Bigelow), b. 14 May. 1837. m. Lucy 

Hart Brown. 



+ 61 




+ 6i 


6^ 


68 


6865. 


- 


hb 



Seventh Generation. 669  

3445. Cyrus Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 17 
Feb., 1799, 111. in Stafford, N. Y., 28 Nov., 1827, Sarah M. 
Bailey, b. 4 26 March., 1S06, d. Bolivia, N. Y., 15 Jan., 1891. 

Mr. Phelps soon after marrying settled in Corfu, N. Y., 
where he d. 9 March, 1862. 

Children, b. Corfu, N. Y.: 

+ 6868. I. Henry, b. 6 Oct.. 1828, 111. Emma E. Gunn. 

+ 6869. II. Louisa, b. 4 Nov., 1S30, in. George D. Newell. 

+ 6870. III. Sarah, b. 2 Dec, 1832, m. Seth D. Boughton. 

+ 6871. IV. Harvey B., b. 4 Jan., 1835, m. L,ucy Ann 

Jones. 

+ 6872. V. Cyrus, b. 3 Dec, 1837, m, Jennie Davis. 

6873. VI. Esther M., b, 6 Dec, 1842, m. Hopkins. 

Res. 355 Sloan St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

6874. VII. Chauucey, b. 3 May, 1840, d. 14 Aug., 1843. 

6875. VIII. Charles, b. 2c May, 1845, d. 1 Feb.. 1866. 

6876. IX. George, b. 5 Sept., 1848, d. 4 Dec, 1S81. 

3447. Oliver Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
2,; Jan., 1S03, m. 4 Nov., 1828., Pucy Ann West, b. Marl- 
borough, Ct., 4 April, 1805. 

Mr. Phelps settled i:i Bolivra, N. Y., where lied. 13 July, 
1887. 

Children, b. Boliva, N. Y. : 

+ 6877. I. Elizabeth, b. 17 Feb., 1822, m. Degrand J. 

.Griffin. 
+ 5878. II. Henry W. . b. 2 July, 1833, m. Melissa Buffum. 

687 III. Harriet, b. 24 March, 1836, m. Francis M. 

Cummings, 1 Sept., 1 857. Shed. 23 July, 1884. 
68:- IV. Emma P., b. 2 Jan., 1849. 

6881. V. Mary, !>. 18 June, 1843, d. 8 Sept., 1843. 

3448. Timothy Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
26 March, 1805, m. at Meriden, Ct., 17 Nov., 1831, Sarah 
Austin, b. Meriden. Ct., 9 July, 1805, d. 13 June, 1861. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Meriden, Ct., and later in life in Bris- 
tol, Ct., where he died 10 Oct., 1844. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Meriden, Ct.: 

6882. I. Austin, b. 2 Sept., 1832. d. unm. in the War 

of the Rebellion at Balfour, 5 July, 1863. 



6 jo Seventh Gejieration. 

He was of Co. K. 15th. Regt. Conn. Volun. 
teers. 
+ 6883. II. Gustavus, b. 24 Aug., 1836, m. Martha Cook 

Hall. 

3449. David Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 31 
August, 18 10, m. 6 Nov., 1S34, Hannah Freeman, b. 10 May, 
1812, 

Mr. Phelps settled in Marlborough, Ct., where he d. 10 
July, 1873. He was a farmer. His widow removed to For- 
estville, Ct, 

Children, b. Marlborough, Ct.: 

6884. I. Emily Jane. b. 8 March, 1836. 

6885. II. Albert, b. 13 July, 1839. 

6886. III. Lucius, b. 6 July, 1841, m. Jan. 13 [874, 

Mrs. Ella Lowrey. He d. May 18, 1877. 

6887. IV. Mary, b. 15 March, 1844. 

6888. V. George, b. 14 July, 1850. 

3450. EMECINE Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
11 March, 1813, m. William Carrier, 17 August, 1840. He 
was son of Joseph and hois (Day) Carrier, and was b. Marl- 
borough, Ct., 16 Nov.. 181 1, where he first settled, removing 
from thereto Glastonbury, Ct., and from there to Cuba, N. 
V., where he d. 10 April, 1883, and where his wife d. 17 
August, 1840. 

Children : 

J89. I. Lois Day (Carrier), b. Marlborough, Ct., 13 

Feb., 1S45, num. 
+ 6S90. II. Sarah Emeline (Carrier), b. Marlborough, 

Ct., 11 Oct., 1S46, m. Myron H. Tarbox. 
6S91. III. hucy Cornelia (Carrier), b. Glastonbury, Ct., 

29 August, 1853, m. Edgar J. Thomas, at 

Cuba, X, V.. 23 Feb., 1886. Xo issue. . 
6892. IV. Frank Phelps (Carrier), b. Cuba, X. Y., 23 

Ma> . i860, m. Elida Newton, 10 March, 

18 >2. No issue. 

3451. Caroline Phelps, b. Marlborough, Ct., 
10 June, 1815, m. John Freeman, at Marlborough, Ct., 4 

Nov., 1N40. He was sou of Timothy and Mary Ann (Wick- 



Seventh Generation. 6ji 

wood) Freeman, and was b. Colchester, Ct., 17 May, 1809. 
Settled in Forest ville, Ct. 

Children : 

6893. I. Edward (Freeman), b. Marlborough, Ct., 1 

Sept., 1 84 1. 
6S94. II. Mary (Freeman), b. Forestville, Ct., 28 Jan., 

1S23. 

3462. Francis Phelps, M. D., b. Milford, 
Sussex Co., Delaware, 31 Jan., 1799. At the age of sixteen 
he attended a classical school at Milford, and later the acad- 
emy at Lewis, Del. On completing his course at this academy 
he commenced his medical studies in the office of Dr. William 
Hand}", of Baltimore, and attended lectures at the University 
of Maryland, from which he graduated in 1819. He first set- 
tled in Fredericksburg, Md.. where he practiced until 1833, 
when he removed to his residence in Cambridge, Dorchester 
Co., Md. 

In 1836 he relinquished practicing in consequence of loss of 
health, and purchased the estate five miles from Cambridge, 
formerly owned by the Hon. James A. Bayard of Del. Here 
he made his home until 1864, when losing all his slaves by 
the war, he retnrued to Cambridge and engaged in mercantile 
pursuits. During all this time Dr. Phelps had been largely 
engaged in public life. In 1S28 he was elected on the Adam> 
ticket to a seat in the General Assembly. He declined re- 
election until 1839, when he was again elected to the Lower 
House, and served for five consecutive years. In 1S44 he 
was elected by the Whigs to the State Senate and served for 
six years. 

In 1850 he was elected member of the Convention which 
convened in Annapolis, 15 Jan., 1851, to amend the State 
Constitution. This body was composed of the most able men 
of the state. In this convention he bore an active and influ- 
ential part. In 1852 he was elected and made vice-president 
of the National Convention of the Whig Party, which nomi- 
nated Gen. Scott for President. In 1S60 he was a member of 
the National Convention which nominated Bell and Everett. 
He was elected in 1862 as a Union Delegate to the General 



6j2 Seventh Ge?ieration . 

Assembly of Maryland, and in 1866 was a member of the 
Lower House and of the Committee to re-enfranchise the citi- 
zens who had been disfranchised by the Convention of 1864. 
In 1873 he was unanimously nominated by the Democratic 
Convention as Senator for his county and served for fiveyeai - 

For nearly fifty years he has been in public service, and 
dining that time he has never been defeated at the ballot box. 

He married Hannah White, in Lewis, Del., in 1S24. She 
was daughter of Dr. John P. and Catharine (Hall) White, and 
grand. daughter of Col. David Hall. Ex-Governor of the State, 
and who at the time of his death was Judge of the Circuit 
Court. He served in the Revolutionary War. Mrs. Phe 
d. 1 Feb.. 1890. at Cambridge. Md. Dr. Phelps d. at Cam- 
bridge, 18 Nov.. [886. 

Children, b. Fredericksburg, Md.: 

+ 68< I. Anna E., b. [8 Nov., 1825, m. James Wallace. 

^96. II. John Asahel, m. Anna Clark. 

+ 6i III. Francis Philo, b. 11 Aug., 1830. m. twice. 

3463, Rev. Asahel Elihtj Phelps, b. Mil- 
ford, Sussex Co., Del., 21 March. 1806. m. at Athens, 111., 4 
Sept., 1834, Charlotte C. Catterline, daughter of Joseph and 
Eleanor (Knox) Catterline, and b. Ind., 12 June. 1815, now 
living with her son Rev. Joseph W. Phelps, San Francisco, Cal. 

The Rev. Mr. Phelps at the age of 18 years, served with 
his uncle. Littleton Houston, of C -'.on, Ind.. learning 

the cabinet-maker's trade, and was with him until he • 
twenty-one years old. His father and mother were Metho- 
dists and he was early converted to that faith, and during his 
vice as cabinet-maker was studying and preparing tor the 
ministry. In 1828 he was recommended to the Illinois Con- 
ference, accepted and appointed to the Kaskaskia Circuit. 
This was a 500 mile circuit, and required six weeks for a t: 
In 1831. he was ordained a deacon by Bishop R. R. Roberts. 
After marrying he was settled in the Alton Circuit. Dur 
the first year of his marriage he received Sioo for traveling 
and Sioo for house-hold expenses. 

He continued with the Illinois Conference in its division, 
and in 1839 was appointed a presiding elder. He was a 



Seventh Generation. 6yj 

member of the Boston Conference in 1852, and was a strong 
debater, to which reference is made in his history, entitled 
Early Life of Rev. A. E. Phelps. 

He was also agent for several years of the Mount Morris 
Seminary. He died honored and respected on the 20th 
h 553, in Princeton, Illinois. 

Children : 

[98. I. George Harris, b. Looking Glass Prairie, 111., 

6 August, 1835, d. 1864, unm. A lawyer. 
6S99. II. Agnes Eleanor, b. Washington, 111,, 14 Aug., 

1837, d. 7 April, 1.S40. 
6900, III. Mary Frances, b. Mount Vernon, 111., 14 
Sept., 1 N42, d. 12 April, 1^74, Ottawa, 111.. 

m. . 

+ 6901. fV. Joseph W., b. Washington, 111., 27 Dec, 

[842, m. Jennie E. Cole. 

6902. A'. Charles Elliott, b. Mount Morris, 111., 17 Feb., 

5. d. 1 June, 1845. 

6903. VI. Charles Henry, b. Mount Morris, 111., 29 Jan., 

1S47, d. is March, 1.S4S. 
. »4. VII. Emma Rose, b, Galena, 111., 11 Jan.. 1857, d. 
unm.  Ottawa. 

3471. Pliny Foote, b. Norfolk, Ct., 18 Dec, 

1789. d. , m. _• May, 1815, Dorinda Mills, dau. of Con- 

stantine Mills, of Norfolk, Ct. Res. Norfolk, Ct. 

Children, b. Norfolk. Ct.: 

6905- I. Miles Mills (Foote), b. [3 May, [816. 

6906. II. Lumau " b. 25 Dec, 1820. 

HI. Rufus " b. 7 Nov., 1822, d. Tach- 

rohah, Wis., 19 July, 1847. 

3472. Axx Foote, b. Norfolk, Ct., 28 Feb., 

[791, d. , m. 2 Feb., 1814, Pomroy Baldwin, b. . d. 

August, 1827. 

She m. 2nd Arvin Wales. Res. Hudson, Ohio, 

Child, by 1st husband: 

690 I. Pomroy (Baldwin). Res. Massillon, Ohio. 

A bookseller. 



6j^ Seventh Generation. 

Child, by 2nd husband : 

6909. II. Arvin (Wales). 

3473. John Foote, b. Norfolk, Ct.. 17 April, 
1793, d. 5 Sept., 1824, m. Laura Mills, dan. of Benoni Mills, 
of Norfolk, Ct. Rem. to Ohio. (Mrs. Foote m. 2nd Dea. 
Mills Case, of Austinburgh, Ohio.) 

Children : 

6910. I. Lydia Ann (Foote). Res. Austinburgh, Ohio. 

6911. II. John 

 [2. III. Luther 

3497. Rachel Porter, b. Hartford, Ct. 
Oct.. [803. Removed with her father to Thetford, Yt.. in 
[807, m.. 1 st Charles Thussell 9 Dec, 1823. He resided in 

Thetford, Yt.. where he d. about 1840. She m. 2d 

Stearns, who settled in Fairlee, Yt.. where she d. Jul} 1877. 
him she had no children. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Thetford. Yt.: 
913, I. Asahel Phelps (Thussell), b. 11 April. [8 

.14. II. C. Jeannet " b. June, 1836, d. 

1845, 

6915. III. Charles A. " b. 9 July, [827, d. 

in infancy. 

3499. Clarissa Keziah I r, b. Thet- 

ford, Yt.. 26 Aug., 1808, m. John Collins 31 Oct., 1839. He 
resided in Lowell, Mass., and New York City. His wif< 

Lowell. Mass., 12 Aug.. 1844. 

lildreu, b. Lowe'. 

6916. I. Dr. Henry Porti I - >. 19 July, 1843. 

;led at Fort Robinson, where he m. and 
d., leaving two children. 

6917. II. Harriet; L »uisa (Collins), d. in infancy. 
III. William " d. in infancy. 

3501. Wealthy Porter, b. Thetford. Yt., 6 
March, 1813, m. Apollo Perkins, 6 March He was son 

of Isaac Perkins of Middleboro, Mass., and Olive (Leonard) 
Perkins, and was b. Lyme, N. H., 15 Nov.. 1799. He re- 



Seventh Generation. 675 

sided in Lancaster, N. H., and Lowell, Mass. He d. at Low- 
ell, Mass., 30 July, 1S75. 

Children : 
+ 6919. I. Henry Phelps (Perkins), b. Lyme, X. H., 25 

Dec., 1832, m. Stella T. Bnrnham. 

6920. II. (Capt.) Solon Apollo (Perkins), b. Lancaster, 

N. H., 6 Dec, 1836. Resided Clinton, 
Mass. Killed Port Hudson, La., War of 
Rebellion, 31 June, 1863, 

6921. III. Susan Jennett (Perkins), b. Lowell. Mass., 19 

Dec, 1845, d. 30 July, 1879. 

3503. Polly Lavinia Porter, b. Thetford, 
Yt., 24 Feb., 1817, 111. Oscar J. Brown, 24 Feb., 1836. He 
was son of Amos and Polly (Cole) Brown, and was b. Clare- 
mout, N. H., 22 Oct., 1808, where he resided, and where he 
died, and where she died 20 May, 188 3. 

He was a stage proprietor and real estate ovt di 
Children, b. Claremont, N. H.: 

+ 6922. I. Susan Amanda (Brown), b. 10 May, 1837, m. 

Henry Jndkins. 
123. II. Frank Herbert (Brown), b. 2 Feb., 1854. m. 

Susan Farwell Potter. 

3504- .Elsworth Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 
about 1800, m. Caroline Cogg. at Guilford, Ct. 





/v - ) ili • 


Children, b. Ithaca, N. Y 


6924. 


I. 


Lyman. 


6925. 


II. 


Henry. 


6926. 


III. 


Irene. 


6927. 


IV. 


Caroline. 



3505. Rachel Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., m. 
Homer Hastings, b. Suffield, Ct. 

Children, b. Suffield, Ct.: 
692s. I. Homer (Hastings), b. Suffield, Ct., about 1820, 

m. vSarah Mortou Hubbard, 1842. She was 

dau. of and Sarah (Holcomb) Hubbard 

of Granby, Ct. Settled in Hartford, Ct. 
Had I, Jane, 1844. II, Miudwell. 



676 Seven Hi Generation. 



6929. 


II. 


6930. 


III. 


6931- 


IV. 


6932. 


V. 



:>oOC>. Lyman Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., about 
1 801, m. 6 Nov., 1826, Eunice Bartholmew, b. Harwinton, 
Ct., 13 May, [806, d. Springfield, Mass., 7 April, 1840. 

Hem. 2nd probably Harriet B. Crocker, of East Wind- 
published 11 April, 1841, m. 4 May, 1841. 

Mr. Phelps probably settled in Wilbraham, Mass., and h 
a position for a time in the U. S. Armory at Springfield. 

Children, b. Wilbraham, Mass.: 

* 

6933. I. William L.. b. 1 S 3 1 . d. Springfield. Mass., 2 

Jan.. 1S41. 
134. II. Lyman L., m. Margaret Norman Birge, 23 

May, [860. In 7 at Westfield, Mass., 
lie was on Northampton and New Haven 
R. R. 
$■5. III. William E., b. zq Dec., 1844. 
6930- IV. E. G. Settled in Ithaca. N. V. 

3507. Betsey Phelps, b. Windsor. Ct.. [8 
m. Daniel Loomis. Settled in Hamden, N. V., where he d. 

She was an accomplished singer. In 1X14 she removed to 
Northfield, and there attended school with Moody, the evan- 

list. After the death of her husband she m. Maj. Jabez J. 
Rog s his 2nd wife. By him she had no children. 

He was son of Samuel rah 1 Skinner) Rogers. (His 

1 

rst wife wi lie Peckham, whom he m. 6 Sept.. 1825. 

They had two children. Benj. P. K a lawyer of Bin 

haniton, X. V., and Harriet K. Lewis I 

Mr. Rogers resided in Buffalo for a time, and was inspector 
of customs there for years. Later in lid -ed a farm 

near Sidney Plains, Delaware Co., N.'J., and was living there 
at the advanced age years. 

Children, b. Hamden, N. V.. by first husband: 
6937. I. Elizabeth (Loomis). 

693^. II. Laura Ann 

6939. III. David P. He was a senator. 



Sevt n Hi Gen era Hon . 6yy 



69411. 


IV. Caroline (L-oomis), 


6941. 


V. Elihu 


6942. 


VI. Mary 


6943- 


VII. Daniel 




8508. Elihu Phelps 


1804, m. 


Charlotte Chamberlain. 




Children : 


6944. 


I. A daughter. 


.6945. 


II. Elihu Chamberlain. 


6946, 


III. A daughter. 


6947. 


IY. A daughter. 



b. Windsor, Ct., about 



3509. WiLLARD Phelvs, b. Windsor, Ct., 
about iSo6, m. Jane S. Kates, m. 2d Widow . 

Children, by first wife: 
6948. I. 



6949 
6950 
6951 

6953 



II 
III. 
IV. 

V. 
VI. 



3510. Elbridge Phelps, b. Northfield,Ma 

14 July. 1 814, m. Mary D. Knowles, 14 May. [830. at Ham- 
den, N. Y. 

Children : 

6954. I. Augusta, b. 10 July, 1832, m. William Phelps. 

6955. II. Mary. b. 25 Sept., 1839, m. Warren S. K, 

3511. Rev. John Phelps, b. Northfield, Mass., 

about 1 Si 6, m. twice. 

Child : 

6956. I. John. 

3513. Rev. Harvey Co wles, b. Norfolk, Ct., 
24 April, 1803, m. Alice Welch 27 July, 1830. She was 
daughter of Dr. Benjamin Welch and was b. Norfolk, Ct., d. 

Oberlin, Ohio. 1843. He m - 2d Penfield. Mr. Cowles 

graduated at Yale, Class 1S2'., pastor of church in Norfolk, 
Ct., and Austinburg, Ohio, removed to Oberlin, Ohio, prof. 



6y8 Seventh Generation. 

of Oberlin College, and editor. He edited a commentary on 
the Bible, of sixteen volumes. He d. there Sept., 1883. 

Children, by first wife: 

6957. I. Helen M. (Cowles), b. Austinburg, Ohio, 5 

Aug., 1832, 

6958. II. Henry B. " b. Austinburg, Ohio., 

31 March, 1834. 

6959. III. John G.Welch (Cowles), b, Oberlin, Ohio, 14 

March, 1836. A clergyman. Resides in 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

6960. IV. Sarah (Cowles), b. Oberlin, Ohio, 6 March, 

1838, 111. Battell. 

6961. V. Mary (Cowles), b. 4 April, 1S40. 

6962. IV. Charles " b. 4 Jan., 1842, d. 7 Feb., 

1S74. 

3514. Rev. John Phelps Cowles, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., 1805, m. Emma Caldwell, of Ipswich, 16 Oct., 1838. 
She was b, 4 Feb., [8] 1. 

Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated at Vale in 1826, with high 
honors, studied theology, and was pastor oi church at Prince- 
ton, Mass., professor in Oberlin College, and prin. of Ipswich 
Female Seminary. Has been blind for thirty years. Was 
living in Ipswich, Mass., in 1896. 

Children : 
691 I. Mary (Cowles). b. 5 August, 1839, m. Dr. 

Hall, of Boston, Mi 
6964. II. Roxanna Caldwell (Cowles), b. 30 July, 1841. 

■5. III. John Phelps (Cowles), b, 23 Jan., 1844, d. 1 : 

>6. IV. Henry Augustus (Cowles), b. 30 April, 1 
690;. V. Susan Abby (O les) b. 24 April, 184S 

3523. Mary Ann I'hklps, b. Hartford, Ct., 
28 July, 1813, m. 23 Sept., 1839. William Clark Lyman, b. 
Columbia, Ct, Settled in Barre, N. V. He d. 23 Oct.. 1857. 
She resided in Albion, X. V., in 1896. 

Children, b. Barre, X. V. : 

6968. I. Mary A. (Lyman), b. 26 Oct., 1840, m, Wil- 

liam H. Pendig, of Albany, X. V. 

6969. II. Helen J. (Lyman), b. 5 May, 1847. 



Seventh (reiteration. 6jp 

6970. III. William D. C. (Lyman), b. 4 Oct., 1853. 

6971. IV. Alice P. (Lyman), b. 11 Nov., 1857. 

3524. Jane Frances Phelps, b. Hartford, 
Ct., 14 August, 1816, m. Horace M. Babcock, 31 Oct., 1843. 
Settled in Hartford, Ct. 

Child, b. Hartford, Ct,: 

+ 6972. I. Grace J. (Babcock), b. 4 Oct., 1851, m. G. 

Dwight Burnham. 

3525. William Redfield Phelps, b. 
Hartford, Ct., 8 August, 1818, m. Harriet M. Cone, 7 July, 
1840, at Batavia, N. Y. She was b. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Hartford, Ct., and from there to 
Brooklyn, and Philadelphia, Pa., where he resided, and was in- 
terested in the manufacture of pianos. 

Children : 

+ 6973. • I. Gertrude Redfield, b. Hartford, Ct., 4 March, 

1844, m. Dr. Wm. Boardmau Reed. 

6974. II. Helen M. Redfield, b. Hartford, Ct., 7 Aug., 

1848, m. . 

6975. III. Harriet Augusta, b, Brooklyn, N. Y., 29 

Dec, 1852, m. Harvey K. Hinckman. 

3526. Edward Jackson Phelps, b. Middle- 
town, Ct., 25 Dec, 1823, m. 20 Feb., 1849, Ellen Fliza Clark, 
b. Windsor, Ct., d. Northampton, Mass. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Windsor, Ct., removing ,>oon to 
Northampton. Mass., and from their to Bloomfield, N. Y. 

He married 2nd Mary George, 3 Oct., 1890. By her he had 
no issue. 

Children, by 1st wife : 

6976. I. William Oliver, b. Windsor, Ct., 19 May, 

1830, d. 29 Feb., i860. 

6977. II. Clara Augusta b. Northampton, Mas-, 15 
Feb., 1855, d. 29 Oct., 1863. 

352). Mary Louisa Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
28 Dec, 1827, m. John McCo'rd, 29 April, 1863. Settled in 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



6So Seventh Generation. 

Child, b. Elizabeth, X. J.: 
697 I. Hattie Wallace (McCord), b. S Dec, 1X69. 

3542. Axxa Melvina Post, b. Hebron, Ct.. 
19 Aug., 1X1N, m. James S. Way, at Hebron, Ct., 23 Aug 
1843. Settled in Marshall, .Mich. 

Child, b. Marshall. Mich : 

6979. I. Edward Crary (Way), b. 21 Dec, [850, unm. 

He is a merchant. 

3546. Sybil Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., 4 Ke 
1767. m. Amasa Kilborn, (soti of Hezekiah Kilborn) b. Col- 
chester, Ct., 1761. Settled first in Colchester, Ct. In 181 

he removed to Onondaga, X. Y., where their youngest 
child was born. Stopping here a short time they removed to 
Penfield, X. Y., (now Munroe). After residing in Ontario 
County for about 35 years, they removed to Cayahoga County, 
Ohio, where he died 29 Julw 1X44. His widow died 9 July, 
1 8 1 

Children, b. C 1 ster, Ct., Ct.. except last : 





I. 


Lydia ( Kilbo 


rn), 1). 


[794, 




II. 


Polly 


b. 


96. 




III. 


Harriet 


b. 


1798. 




IV. 


Ci 


b. 


• 'O. 




V. 


Joseph 


b. 


July, 1802. 




VI. 


Nancy 


b. 


4. 




VII. 


Eli. 


1). 


•6. 


6987, 


VIII. 


vey 


b. 


Penfield. Ontario Co., N 

V.. 1- 



354-7. Joseph PhElps, b. Hebron. Ct.. 2oMar., 
1769, m. 12 Jan., 1792, Lydia Pinney, b. Hebron, Ct., 27 
Jan., 1774, d. Homer, X. Y. . 19 D 3io. 

He m. 2nd Susannah Walters. 20 Feb., 1813. She was 
widow of , and was b. Stockbridge, Mass., 25 April. 17 

Sandwich, 111., Sept., iS 

Mr. Phelps settled first in Hebron, Ct., where he resided up 
to 1S00, removing from there to Cazenovia. X. Y. In il 
he removed to Homer, X. Y.. and from there to Geneva. X. 
Y.. then to Lansing, and finally to Elgin. 111., where he d. 
9 May, 185 1. 



Seventh Generation. 68 r 

Children, by first wife : 

+ 6988. I. Harriet, b. Hebron. Ct., 21 Feb., 1793, m. 

William Dutton. 

6989. II. Laura, b. Hebron, Ct., 12 Jan., 1795. d. 20 

Jan., 1832, mini. 

6990. III. Betsey, b. Hebron, Ct., 31 Aug., 1797, m. 

Francis Ramsdale. Shed. Feb.. rS6o. No. 

Issue. 
+ 6991. IV. Emily, b. Hebron, Ct., 31 Aug., 1799, m. 

Joseph Gleason. 
+ 6992. V. Alonzo Ethelbert, b. Cazenovia, N. Y., 17 

Jan., 1804, m. Julia Bradley. 
+ 6993. VI. Samantha, b. Homer, N. Y., 12 Jan., 1807, 

111. Zenas Tillotson. 

Children by 2nd wife: 

+ 6994. VII. Lydia A., b. Homer, N. Y., 3 Dec., 1814, m. 

Augustus Adams. 
-r-6995. VIII. .Mary Walters, b. Homer, N. Y., 18. Nov., 

18 19, m. Carmi Wells. 
+ 6996. IX. Joseph Edwin, b. Geneva, N. Y., 16 Oct., 1825, 

m. twice 
+ 6997. X. Cornelia Susannah, b. Lansing, N. Y., 26 

Sept., 1827, m. Cornelius C. Stiles. 

3549. Heman Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 29 
May, 1773. m. Philoxena Huntington, 19 Sept., 1799. .She 
was daughter of Solomon and Demise (Fuller) Huntington, 
and was b. Hebron, Ct., 4 July, 1779, d. Preble, N. Y., 23 
June, 1S29. He m. 2d, 30 Sept., 1832, Widow Betsey (Brown) 
Hull, b. Cortland Co., X. Y., 12 April, 1795, d. Preble, X.Y.. 
21 Oct., 1838. He 111. 3d Widow Fair, a Emily Elliot, b. 20 
Sept., 1794, d. Preble, N, Y., 19 June, 1862. By her he had 
no issue. Her grandfather, on mother's side, Joseph Phelps 
■of Hebron, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps was a cloth draper, at this time of consider, 
importance in finishing up the production of the domestic 
spinning wheel and loom. This business he carried on until 
his factory and stock of goods were destroyed by fire, causing 
him a great loss. In 1807 lie, with his wife and family, re- 



682 Seventh Generation. 

moved to Preble, N. Y. , where he taught school, and also was 
chosen to and filled several town offices. In 1839 he removed to 
Oneida, Madison Co., X. V.. and later to Syracuse, X. Y., 
where lied. 21 Nov., 1865. 

Children, by first wi 

+ 6998. I. Minerva, b. Hebron, Ct., 4 May, 1802, m. 

Rufus Stanton. 
+ 6999. II. Hemau Huntington, b. Hebron, Ct., 1 An 

[804, in. twice. 
• 7 000. III. Matilda, b. Hebron. Ct., 12 Aug., 1806, tn. 

Bradley Cary. 
+ 7001. IV. Ralph Rowley, b. Preble, N.Y.,18 July, 1809, 

in. Elizabeth Atn - 
+ 7002. V. Demise Emeline. b. Preble, X. Y., 26 Feb., 

im i, 111. Jared Bliss Huntington. 
+ 70 VI. Jared Fuller, b. Preble, X. Y., 1.; Aug.,1814, 

m. Emily Catherine Huntington. 
+ 7004. VII. Dudley 1 Preble. X. Y., 8 Oct., 1817, 

111. Lucy Blythe Putnam. 
7005. VIII. Theodore Tracy, b. Preble, X. Y., 28 Sept., 
1822, d. 20 Nov., 1S22. 
Child by 2d wife. b. Preble, X. Y.: 
IX. Walter Joseph, b. S Nov., 1834, m. Ada Hoyt. 

8550. Dr. Jabez Baldwin Phki.ps. b, Feb. 

anon, Ct., 4 Jan., 1777. m. Fydia Johnson, at Cazenovia, X. 

V. 15 Jan.. 1 801. She was daughter of Abner Johnson 

Stratford, Ct., and was J >. d. in Preble, X. Y., 

14 Jan., 1874. 

Mr. Phelps removed from Hebron, Ct., to Vernon, X. Y.. 

and soon from there to Preble. X. Y. . where he practiced 

medicine for several years. He was the first postmaster of 

Preble, which office he filled for five years, and for several 

years he was the I t Judge of the County Court, and 

was in the State Legislature in 1841. He d. in Preble, 20 

Dec, [851. 

Children, b. Preble, X. Y.: 

— 7007. I. Sophia S., b 18 Dec, 1802, m. Charles Clark. 

+ 700S. II. Martin Joseph, b. 19 Nov., 1S06, m. Emily 

Almira Carev. 



Seventh Generation. 683 

+ 7009. III. Laura Johnson, b. 28 March, 1809, m. Dr. 

Phineas H. Bur dick. 
+ 7010. IV, Cordelia Augusta, b. 9 April, 181 1, m. Henry 

Hobart. 
+ 701 1. V. Amanda Melvina, b. 10 Feb., 1S15, m. Ezek- 

iel Chew. 
+ 7012. VI. Abner Johnson, b. 4 Feb. 1817, m. Anna 

Minerva Hooker. 
+ 7013. VII. Lydia L,ovina, b. it May, 1820, m. Dr. Alfred 

Hall. 
+ 7014. VIII. Cabin Brown, b. 23 June, 1822, m. Caroline 

Amelia Hooke. 

3551. Dan Phklt-s, b. Lebanon, Ct., r.8 Sept., 
1779, m. Betsey King, in Cambridge, Washington Co., N. Y., 
13 Sept., 1807. She was daughter of Israel and Bet - 
(Johnson) King, one of the first settlers of Genesee Co., and 
was b. 18 April, 1789, d, Geneva, N. Y., 3 July, 1864. Mr. 
Phelps soon removed to Darien, Genesee Co. Later in life 
he removed to Geneva, Wis., where he died 26 April, 186 

Children, b. Darien, N. Y., except first : 

I. Permelia, b. Tully, N. Y., 10 August, 1809, 
m. Alexander P. Jenks. 
II. Sally, b. 8 May, 1810, m. Eli Webber, 22 
Jan., 1S36. Settled Kalamazoo, Mich. 

III. Asa King. b. 14 Nov . 1812, d. 18 Sept., 1813. 

IV. Lovina, b. 6 Oct., 18 14. m. George W. Wick- 
wire. 

V. Henry King, b. 26 Jan., 1817, d. 29 August, 
1 8 1 7 . 
VI. Adelia A., b. r.8 April, 1821, m. David Wil- 
liams, of Darien, Wis., 4 Sept., 1838. 
VII. Cyrus King, 4 July, 1818, in. Adeline G. 
Williams. 

3552. Jemima Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 7 
Oct., 1781, m. at Hebron, Ct., 9 Nov., 1803, Elijah Church, 
b. Hebron, Ct. Soon after marrying he removed to Preble, 
N. V. In 1833, he with his family, removed to Jefferson. 
Ashtabula Co., Ohio, where he died 8 Feb., 1859. His widow 
d. 8 March, 1872. 



-i- 


7015- 




7016. 




7017. 




7018. 








; 


+ 


7021. 



+ 


J022. 


+ 


7023- 


+ 




+ 


702.5. 


+ 


7026. 


+ 





684 Seventh Generation. 

Children, b. Preble, N. Y.: 

I. Matilda (Church), b. 6 Nov., 1805, m. D. 

Burgess. 
II. Betsey (Church), b. 19 May, 1808, m. John 
Van Wormer. 

III. Louisa M. (Church), b. 9 August, 1810, m. 
twice. 

IV, Samuel I/. (Church). 2, in. Eliza Bar- 
ley. 

V. Eveline (Church), b. 12 Oct., 1814, in. twice. 
VI. Elijah P. (Church), b. 25 Sept. m. 

Caroline Wilcox. 
+ 7028. VII. Imogene (Church), b. 1821, m. S.D.Wilcox. 

3553- Lydia Phelps, b. Lebanon. Ct., 19 
Nov., 17*3. m. Jonathan Trumbull. 

They first settled in Conn., where his six children were 
born. In 1830 he, with his family, removed to Borodino, N. 
Y., and from there to Sullivan Ohio, where he died, and 
where his wife d. in 1852. 

Children, b. Conn.: 

I. Wait (Trumbull 1. 
7,.- II. David (Trumbull). A farmer, settled in 

Mansfield, Ohio. 
7051. III. Benjamin (Trumbull). A farmer, settled in 
Ohio. 

$2. IV. Hannah Maria (Trumbull), m. 1st. 

Baker, 2nd, Patterson, of Mansfield, 

Ohio. 

V. Adeline (Trumbull), m. 1st, North, of 

rodino, N. Y. Settled in the West. 
7034. VI. Mary (Trumbull). 

3554. Gen. Martin Phelps, b. Lebanon. Ct., 
5 April. 1786, m. Laura Johnson, who d. Preble, N. Y., 20 
March, 1856. She was dan. of Abner Johnson of Stratford, 
Ct., and sister of the wife of Martin Phelps' brother Jabez B. 

Mr. Phelp- sett-led at Preble, N. Y., in 1810, and was 
blacksmith by trade. He held the position in the State Militia 
of captain, and marched with his company to Oswego, N. Y, 



Seventh (feneration. 6Sj 

during the war of 1S12, wherehewas stationed several months. 
After the war he was advanced through the several grades to 
the rank of Maj. Gen. He was a member of the Presbyterian 
Church of his town, teaching and leading the choir for many 
years. He died 4 Dec, 1867. 

Children, b. Preble. N. V : 

7035. I. Mary Ann, b. 1817, d. 16 Dec, 1867, unm. 

7036. II. Eleanor, b. 1819, d. 19 [arch, 1861, unm. 
+ 7037. III. Avery Martin, b. 19 May, 1821, m. twice. 

8555. Pollv Phelps, b. Lebanon, Ct., 14 Aug.,. 
1788, m. Aaron Phelps, 5 Aug., 1805. He was son of Asahel, 
her step-father, and was b. 6 Oct., 178 1. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Marlborough, Ct., where he d. 3 Feb., 
1855, and where his widow Polly died 11 Oct., 1855. 

Children, b. Oneida Co., X. Y. : 
7038. I. Aaron Post. b. 3 Sept., 1806, d. 2 April, 18 10. 

+ 7039. II. Marietta, b. 29 July, 1810, m. Win. B. Brown. 

7040. III. A daughter, b. 31 July, 1813, d. same day. 

7041. IV. A son, b. 5 Oct., 18x9, d. same day. 



3556. Israel Phexps, b. Hebron, Ct., 177 1,. 



m. 



Mr. Phelps settled in Oneida Co., N. Y., and d. 1866. 
Children b. Oneida Co., N. Y., 

7042. I. Alonzo, b. 1813. He married and had one 

son Alonzo, who m. Bertha A. Bush, and in 
1879, was publishing "Biographical Sketches, 
of the Pacific coast." 

7043. II. Roderick. Settled in Iowa. 

355S. Susie Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 5 Jan., 
176S, m. Noah Clark at Hebron, Ct., 15 June, [785. He was 
son of Ezra and Annie (Bailey) Clark, and was b. Colchester, 
Ct., 14 April, 1764. 

He was a farmer, settled in Kirkland, Oneida Co., N, Y., 
where he d. 28 July, 1857, and where his wife d. 9 Feb., 185] 

Children : 

7044. I. Sarah (Clark), b. Colchester, Ct., 27 Feb . 

1786. 



686 Seventh Generation. 

7045 



7046 

7047 
7048 

7049 



II. Martin (Clark), b. Colchester, Ct., 31 Oct., 

1787. 

III. Ralph " b. Kirkland, X. Y., 23 Dec, 

1794. d. 7 Jan.. 1872. 

IV. Ezra (Clark), b. Kirkland, X V.. 11 April, 

1797, d. 13 Feb., [883. 
V. Enos Post (Clark*, b. Kirkland, X. Y., 20 

March, 1804. 
VI. Annie Bailey (Clark), b. 7 March, 1808, d.14 
Feb., 188 — . 



3562. William Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., 15 
i : . !>.. 17S7, in. 16 Feb., [810, Abigail Jones, No. 2008, b. 
Hebron, Ct., jo April, 1785, d. about [860. Mr. Phelps set- 
tled in Hebron, Ct., from there in 1S20 to Conneant. Ohio, 
and- from there in [837 to Lockport, 111., and from there to 
Oak Springs or Thompson, 111., where he d. 23 Nov., 1S42. 

Children : 

7050. I. Clarissa Maria, b. Hebron, Ct., 2 Dec, 1815, 

111. Oct. 2, 1839, John Nicholls Degraff. 

Settled Amsterdam. X. Y, 

151. 11. Rachel Jones, b. Hebron, Ct., m. Hiram De- 

iff. 

+ 7. III. Joel, b. Conneant. Ohio. 2S Aug.. [820, m. 

ita Miller. 

7053. IV. William, b. Conneant, Ohio, 10 May. 1 

m, Laura Ella McDonald of Missouri. 

7054. Y. Samuel Egbert C, b. Conneant, Ohio. 21 

Nov.. [824, m. Angelina Clendenning. 
70; VI. Helen J., b. Conneaut, Ohii 

705 VII. Sarepta, b. Conneant, Ohio. 13 Aug.. - 

7057. VIII. Lewi- E., b. Conneant, Ohio. 

3567. Nancy Pepoon, b. Stockbridge. Mass 
9 Aug., 1783, m. David Cambell, at Pittslield, Mass., 4 Oct.. 
1809. He was son of Capt. David and Lucy (Laflin) Camp- 
bell, of Pittsfield. Mass., where he settled and died 30 June ; 
1835, and where his wife died 8 Jnne 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mass 



Seventh Generation. 68y 

+ 7058. I. George (Campbell), b. 16 Jan., 181 1, m, 

Matilda Jenkins. 
7059. II. Charles " b. 18 July, 1812, d. 16 

Aug., 1844, unm. 
+ 7060. III. Caroline Lavinia (Campbell) ,b. 13 Nov., 1814, 
m. Hon. Ensign Hosmer Kellogg. 
7c; 1 IV. David (Campbell), b. 11 July. 1S16. 

Resides at Melrose, Mass., num. 

7062. V. Edward (Campbell), b. 6 Dec, 1818, d. 8 Oct., 

18] 1 

7063. VI. Edward Warner (Campbell). 8 March 1820, 

d. at sea, 24 Nov., 1850. 

7064. VII. Robert Pepoon (Campbell), b. 20 Feb., 1822, 

d. 9 Ma}-, 1622. 

3568. Lavinia Pepoon, b. Stockbridge, Mass., 
about 178S, m. 13 June, 1810, William Janes. He was son 
of Capt. Seth and Elizabeth (Francis) Janes, and was b. Pitts- 
field, Mass.. 1782. Settled first in Lima, N. Y., from there 
removing to Pittsford, N. Y. 

Children b. Pittsford, N. Y.: 

7065. I. William Egbert (Janes), m. daughter of an 

Indian chief — had children — removed to the 
Indian Ter. 

7066. II. Frederick Pepoon (Janes), unm., named from 

a bachelor uncle in Albany, New York. 

70 III Catharine (Janes), b. 1818, m. Mr. Brown, d. 

West. 

7068. IV. Elizabeth (Janes), m. Mr. Leonard- -became 

blind — removed to Utah, where I aed 

the Mormons and took other wives. 
+ 7069. Y. Lavinia (Janes), m. Dr. William Edgar of 

Jacksonville, 111. Later the family removed 
to St. Louis where the children now reside. 

3578. Azubah PlNNEY, b. Stafford, Ct., m. 
John Converse, son of Frederick and Philena (Robinson) Con- 
verse, and grandson of Col. Israel, one of the Green Moun- 
tain boys. He died at Dundas, Wis., 10 Aug., 187S. She d. 
there 14 Feb., 1887. They removed to Wisconsin in 1844. 



Seventh Generation . 

Children : 

7070. I. Sarah Pinney (Converse). 

7071. II. Mary Hyde 

7072. III. John Phelps 

;■ 173. IV. Frederick James 

7074. V. Lyman Prentice 

7075. VI. Henry B. 

7076. VII. Philena 

77. VIII. Geoi - 

78. IX. Martlia Anna 

3579. Frederick i - b. Hebron, Ct. - 

May, 17 80, m. Sally Curti 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct., 
70- I. Charles A., num. 

70 II. I/ucius, m. - sue. 

81. IN. Electa, m. II. ( >. Carver. Had one child. 

:J.")S(). Mary Phi - b. Hebron, Ct., 21 July, 

m. William Mann. 
ttled in Buffalo, X. V. 

Child, b. Buffalo, X. V.: 

82. I. John (Mann). 

3582. Lavixia Pii: . - »: Hebron, Ct.. 
Jul) [788, in. 13 Oct . ; iben Phelps, No. 356* >. b. 
Hebron. Ct. about 1 . ttled in Hebron, Ct. .where bed. 
26 \ m. 2d, 27 June. 1821, Ira 
Bissell, b. Hebron, C Jan., : April ' X 1 - 

Children, by 2d huj b. Hebron. Ct.: 

I. Frederick P. (Bissell), b. about [822, m. Al- 
mira J. Carver. 
- -4. II. Mary A. I), d. young. 

3583. Salenda Phi . Hebron. Ct.. 
June, a. 24 Sept.. 1809, Aaron Root, son of Abel and 
Mary I I | Root, and b. Hebron. Ct.. 15 Feb., 17- - t- 
tled in Hebron, Ct., where he remained up to when he 
removed to Charlton. X. Y. In 1818 he with his brotl 
Abel Root, removed to Sweden. X. Y., where he died 1 



i enth Generation. 68 g 

v pril, 1833, in his 46th year, and where his widow died. He 
was a farmer. 

Children : 
7085. I. Eveline E. (Root), b. Hebron, Ct., 7 Feb., 

1810, d. 15 Jan., 1S45. 
7081 II. Betsey E. (Root), b. Hebron, Ct., 1 Oct., 

1 81 2, d. 7 April, 1853. 
+ 7087. III. Frederick P. (Root), b. Hebron, Ct., 23 Oct., 
1S14, 111. Marian E. Phelps. 

7088. IV. Andrew (Root), b. Charleston, N. Y., 25 

March, 1S17, d. i860, m. . 

7089. V. Mary Ann (Root), b. Sweden, N. Y., 31 

Dec, 18 1 8, d. 11 Sept., 1820. 

7090. VI. Abel (Root), b. 3 March, 182 1, d. 7 Aug., 

1822. 

7091. VII. Filler Aaron (Root), b. 26 April, 1823, d. 

April, 1S54, m . 

>2. VIII. Mary S. (Root), b. 20 May, 1825, d. 20 June, 
1842, unm. 

7093. IX. Darwin (Root), b. 3 Sept., 1827, d. 18 Feb., 

[854, in . 

7094. X. Joel (Root), b. 9 Aug., 1829, d. 30 March, 

1859 

358-4. Electa Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 26 
July, 1793, ui. Obadiah White, about 1815. 

Settled first in New York state, and later in Illinois. She 
m. 2d Brown. 

Child, by first husband: 

7095. I. (White). 

.'>585. Betsey Jones Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 

7 May, 1796, Her mother died when she was quite young,, 
and she was adopt bj : r uncle, Jedediah Jones, and took 
his name. She tn. Mr. Maynard, settled in Hebron, Ct., and 
ha 1 two sons. .She was unfortunate in her marriage, and in 
1 8 >2 to [864 was divorced by the' Legislature, changing back 
her name to Jones, as well as the names of her two sons. One 
of her sons resides in Hebron, Ct. She d. there. 

Children : 
<44; 



6go Seventh Generation. 

7096. I. A son (Maynard), name changed to Jones. 

7097. II. A son 

3586. Joel Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 26 Jan.. 
1783. Removed with his father to Luzerne, Warren Co., N. 
Y., when young, where he married n Oct., 1808, Huldah 
Dean. b. 20 April, 1791. Mr. Phelps first settled in Luzerne, 
N. Y.. from there, in 1820, to Oxford, and in 1825, to Guil- 
ford. N. Y.. where he d. 17 Dec., 1851. 

Children: 

7098. I. Isaac, b. Luzerne, X. V., to July, 1S09. 
99. II. Elizabeth, b. " 24 March, 1811. 

7100. III. Emily, b. " 17 Nov., 1S12, d. 

17 Sept., [814. 

7101. IV. Emily, b. Luzerne. N. Y., 17 Nov., 1814, d. 

same day. 

7102. V. Permelia, b. " " 18 July, 1816. 
710;,. VI. Keziah, b. " " 16 Sept., 1818. 
7104. VII. Alexander Dean, b. Luzerne, N. Y., 30 June, 

[820. 
71.15. VIII. Charlotte, b. Oxford, X. Y., 18 March, [822. 

7106. IX. Timothy Guy, b. Oxford, X. Y., 20 Dec, 

[824. 

7107. X. Mark Yale, b. Guilford, X. V.. 5 Nov., i-v 
71. XI. Phebe, b. " " - Nov., [{ 
7109. XII. Mahala " 18 Aug., 1829. 
71 XIV. Fitch. " " 30 June, 1-831. 

7111. XY. Franco L<nnsa, b. 1 ' 3 July, 1835. 

3005. Polly Shkthkr Phelps, b. Litchfield, 
Ct., 21 Aug., 1781, m. Caleb Crosswell, 30 Sept., . Set- 
in Litchfield. Ct,, where he died. 
She m. 2nd, Walker Wilmot, 30 March, 1806. Settled in 
Litchfield, Ct., where he died. 

Children, bj est husband, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 

7112. I. Georgiana (Cro>swell). b. 11 June. [803, m. 

Jared \V, Copeland, 14 Feb., 1S30. He died 
6 Feb.. IS57- No issue. 

Children, by 2nd husband, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 



Seventh Generation. 6pr 

71 13. II. John Phelps (Wilmot), b, it Feb., 1809. 

■j 1 14. III. Eliza Maria b. 7 Aug.. 181 i,d. 10 

July, 1857. 

71 15. IX. Jared (Wilmot), b. 25 June, 1813, m, 

Judd. Settled Hampton, 111. 

7116. V. Julia Ann (Wilmot), b. 20 May, 1817, m. 

Moses J. Chamberlain, Jr., 20 March, 1841. 
Had two children. 

.'i(>06. Edward Phelps, b. Litchfield, Ct., 17 
Dec, 1782, m. Laviuia Forbes 3 Jan., 1806, in Litchfield, Ct. 
She was b. and d. in Litchfield, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Litchfield, Ct., where he d. 3 Oct., 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 

+ 7117. I. John, b. 28 Dec. ,1807, m, Martha S. French. 

711^ II. Edward, b. 14 July, 1809, d. Litchfield, Ct., 

15 Sept., 1872. 

71 19. III. Sally Ann., b. 3 Sept., 18 10. Settled in 

Litchfield, Ct, 

7120. IV. Richard. 

7121. V. Lucy Maria, d. Litchfield., Ct. 

3607. Lieut. John W. Phelps, b. Litchfield, 
Ct., 9 Sept., 1784, in. 24 May, 1 s 1 7 , Abby Smith. She d. 
Litchfield, Ct., 3 Aug., 1831. 

He m. 2d, 5 July, 1832, Sarah Ann Young, b. 1789, d. 
Litchfield, Ct., 18 July, 1881., 

Mr. Phelps settled in Litchfield, Ct., where he died. He 
was in the Regular Army, War of 1S12. 

Children, by rst wife, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 

7122. I. Maria, b. 2:. April [818, d. 6 May, 1S22. 
+ 7123, II. Julia Maria, b. 12 Dec, 1821, m. twice. 

+ 7124. III. James Shether, b. 9 Nov, ,1824, m. Serephina 

Wheeler. 

36UI). Hon. Samuel Shether Phelps, b. 
Litchfield, Ct., 13 May, 1793, m. 1st, Frances Shurtleff, 21 
Nov., 1821. He m. 2d Electa Saterlee, 23 Oct., 1825, She 
was daughter of Judge James Saterlee and was b. Lyons, N.Y. 



6g2 Seven Hi Generation. 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Yale in the Class of 1811, was a. 
member of the Litchfield Law School for a short time, and 
completed his preparatory legal studies with the Hon. Horatio 
Seymour, L. L. D., of Middlebury ,Vt. After serving a short 
time in the army, during the War of 1812, he was appointed 
paymaster. Later he commenced practicing law in Middle- 
bury, Yt., which subsequently became his place of residence. 
In 1827 he was a member of the Council of Censors and wrote 
the address issued by that body. Was Judge of the Supreme 
Court of Vermont from 1831 to 1838, and his decisions, on ac- 
count of their clearness and force of language, their thorough 
analysis and scrutiny of the cases in all their bearings, are 1 
garded amongsl the richest legal treasures of his state. He 
was a member of the United States Senate from 1839 to 1851, 
and from Jan., 1853, to tlu close of the session. IK died in 
Middlebury, Yt., 25 March, 1855. Rog hermau Baldwin, 

L. L. 1)., Milo R, Bennett, L. L. IV. Ralph Emerson, D. D., 
Francis Granger and Joseph E. W. Worchester, L. L. D„, 
were his classmates at Yale. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Middlebury, Yt.: 
/• H7125. I. Edward John, 1). 6 April, 1822, m. Mary S. 

Haight. 
7126. II. James Shether, b. 23 Aug., [823, d. - 1 - 1 Nov., 

[823. 
+ 7127. III. Charles Henry, b. 17 May, 1825, m. Eunice 
Webb. 

Children, by 2d wife, b. Middlebury, Yt.: 
+ 712X. IV. James Saterlee, b. 11 Oct., - tn. Harriet 
Dyer. 

7129. V. Samuel Shether. b. 6 April, 1828, m. Char- 

lotte Stone. He d. 6 Sept. Xo issue. 

7130. Yl. Daniel Webster, b. 12 Feb., 1830, m. Gertrude 

Johnson. Settled Chicago, 111. No issue. 
VII. Theodore Willis, b. 3J Dec, 1831, d. 24 Aug 



/'j' 






7132. VIII. Frank, b. 2 May, 1834, m. twice. Xo issue. 
+ 7133. IX. Egbert, b. 8 Dec, 1835, m. twice. 

7134. X. Helen Marra, b. 1 May, 1S40, d. 11 April, 

13- 



Seventh Generation. 6pj 

7135. XI. Harriet Eliza, b. 6 Feb., 1845, m. Ly- 

man. Had 1 daughter. Res. Burlington," 
Vermont. 

3630. Rev. Dudley Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 

Jan. 25, 1797, m. Kinsman. He m. 2d Lucretia Farlo\ 

who d. Feb. 22, 1868, 

Mr. Phelps graduated at Yale in 1823, and at Andover in 
1827. He was editor of the Salem Laud Mark in 1834-5, an< ^ 
was pastor of the Groton, Mass., Church from 1836 to 1849. 
He was ordained at Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 9, 1S28, and re- 
signed Nov. 8, 1832, owing to the feeling aroused by the tem- 
perance work, in which he was active. 

(Note. — It has been stated positively that he was son of 
John Phelps, No. 1552, and that his mother died soon after 
his birth, and that he was adopted by one of his uncles, and 
one authority states that it was his uncle, Dudley Phelps. It 
is probable that this statement is an error, but the correction 
came too late to be inserted in the proper place. It is proba- 
that he is No. 3035a, and son of No. 1553, Obediah 
Phelps. The correction will be found in "Additions and 
Corrections," at end of book.) 

Children, probably by first wife: 

7136. I. Benjamin K., b. Haverhill, Mass., Sept., 

1832, m. Hannah H. Catlin. 

7137. II. Dudley Farley, b. Groton, Mass. Res. Orange, 

N.J. 

7138. III. Anna Lucretia, b. " " Aug., 1X37, 

d. Oct. 26, 1839. 
7138a. IV. Fanny. 
7138b. V. Lucy. 

3631. Hannah Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., May 
13, 1784, d. , m. Oliver Birge, m, 2nd, Wright. 

(Note. — See Additions and Corrections, No. 1553). 
Children, by 1st husband: 



7139- 


I. Arminda (Birge). 


7139a. 


II. Lydia 


7139b. 


III. Matilda 




Children, by 2nd husband: 



6pj Seventh Generation. 

7139c. IV. Albert (Wright). 
7139c!. V. Nelsria 
7139c VI. Mary 

3634. Arminda Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., July 
24, 1790, d. July 29, 1845, m Nov. 24, 1813, Adnah Van 
Horn. 

Mr. Van Horn was a tanner in Connecticut, but settled on 
a farm in Columbia, Ohio. (Note. — See Additions and Cor- 
rection^ No. I.S53-) 

Children : 
7140. I. Addison (Van Horn), b. July 17, [817, m. 

Nov. i , [840, E. R. Curtis. 
7140a. II. Anson (Van Horn), b. Sept. 2 [8, m. 

April 6 i 1 . . 

714 III. Adelaide (Van Horn), b. May 11. m. 

Sept. . Lewis Nicholson. No i--sue. 

71.J Austin (Van Horn), b. Feb. 14, 1822, m. 

Feb [8, [875, Elizabeth Kirkham. 
;ii V. Abigail (Van Horn), b, Dec. 16, 1823, in. 

March 25, 1851. John Chamberlin. 
7140^. VI. Angeline (Van Horn), b. Nov. o, 2 m. 

Dec. 31. 1846. Lawrence Johnson. 
71; VII. Antoinette (Van Horn), b. Nov. 8 : m. 

April 2. 1S4S. Reuben Rice. 

71400. VIII, Arminda (Van Horn), b. Sept.-n, 1829, m. 

May, 1S64. Levi Dickinson. 

363.J. Desire Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct Sept. 
12, 1794, d. Sept. 21, 1872, m. at Franklin. X. V., March 
[820, Elkanah Sears, b. Freehold. X. Y.. June 20. 1795, d. 
Lake wood, Ohio. N 

Mr. Sears was a farmer in Meredith, X. Y.. until 1S36, and 
from that time until the death of his wife, lived in Bucyrus, 
Ohio, and after that spent the rest of his life with his 
daughter, Mrs. Nicholson. (Note.— See Additions and Cor- 
rections. Xo. 15;- 

Children, b. Meredith, X. Y.: 
+ 7141. L John Dudley (Sears), b. Feb. 21. 1821, in. 

Frances E. .Man'. 



Seven th Genera lion . 6 oj 

-f 7141a. II. Benjamin (Sears), b. Oct. n, 1824, m. Me- 
lissa Mirrick. 
7141b. III. Arminda (Sears), b. Feb. 29, 1828, 111. Sept. 
1, 1872, Lewis Nicholson. Res. Lakewood, 
Ohio. 

+ 7141c. IV. Cyrus (Sears), b. March 10, 1832, m. Sarah 
A. Harpster. 

3630. Cynthia Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., June 

19, 1799, d. , m. John Stranahan. 

He was a farmer in Columbia, Ohio. 

Children, b. Columbia, Ohio: 
7i;id. I. Eveline (Stranahan), m. YVheaton Cole. 

7141c II. Dudley m. Cornelia Tillotson. 

7141 f. III. Polly M. " m. Jason Thorpe. 

7i4ig. IV. Eunice Ann " d. num. 

3037. John Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 3 July, 
1785. Removed with his father to Beckci Mass. and fr< 
there, in 181 1 to Smithfield, Pa., m. Phebe Smith. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Smithfield, Pa., removing about 
1830 to Liberty, N. Y. Late in life he left his family for a 
trip south and never returned, He is supposed to have died 
somewhere in Tennessee. 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa., except last : 

-1-7142. I. Jared, b. 31 Oct. ,1810, m. Elizabeth Cochran. 

— 7143. II, Polly, b. 1 Jan., 1812, m. Elisha Hackett. 

+ 7144. III. Alma, b. 21 June, 1814, m, Henry Pierce. 
+ 7145. IV. J. Milton, b. 5 Nov., 1815, m. Kli/.abeth Rid- 

ley. 
-^7146. V. Rachel, b. 28 Dec, 1817, m. Hanford H. 

Seeley. 
VI. Sarah, b. 20 March, 1820, m. John Cochran 
VII. Collins, b. <S Aug., 1821, m. Almira J. Barnes. 
VIII. Perly, b. 4 Oct., 1823, 111. Anna L. Lloyd. 
Had six children. 
IX. Jane, b, 25 Jan., 1825, 111. Marshall Bullock. 
X. Maria, b. 28 Nov., 1828, m. twice. 
XL Wealthy Ann, b. Liberty, N. V., 18 Nov., 
is;i, m . David J, Gillett. 



+ 7 


147- 


-7 


[4S. 


+ 7 


149. 


+ 7 


150. 


+ 7 


15*- 


+ 7 


152. 



7 J 53- 


I. 


7i54- 


II. 


7i55- 


III. 


7156. 


IV. 


7157. 


V. 


7158. 


VI. 


7i59- 


VII. 


7160. 


VIII. 


7161. 


IX. 


7162. 


X. 



6y6 Seventh Ge7ieration. 

3638. Rebecca Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 12 
June, 1787, removed with her father to Beeket, Mass., where 
she m. George Thomas. The}' settled in Beeket, Mass. II 
was a farmer. She died a widow, Sept. 18, 1862. 

Children, b. Beeket. Mass.: 

Milton (Thomas). 

Isaiah 

Manley 

Henry 

Roannah m. Stephen Carter. 

Sarah 

ry m. Samuel Chapman. 

Wealthy Ann ('1 nomas). 
Maria 
Hannah ' ' 

3639. Jared PHELPS, b. Hebron. Ct. 24 Jan., 
17S9, removed with his father to Beeket, Mass., and from 
there to Kast Smithfield, Pa., in 1811, m. 7 July, 1814, Eliza 
Hackett, b. 20 May, 1705, d. in East Smithfield, Pa., 2 May, 

Mr. Phelps settled in East .Smithfield. Pa., where he d. 27 
All-;.. [869. 

Says one of his sons: "He removed with his father from 
Hebron to Beeket. Mass.. and from there when under age he- 
hired out to work with a party living in Ogdensburgh, N. V., 
where he stayed till he became of age, when he decided to 
visit his father's family in Beeket, Mass. On arriving there 
found they had all emigrated to the wildwoods of Pennsyl- 
vania. He determined to follow them. and. shouldering his 
knapsack, he followed them on foot and alone. In due time 
he reached them, they having settled in the famous town of 
Smithfield. noted for its hard soil and mammoth hemlo< 
trees. Here he took p< on of 200 acres of wild land, a 

half-mile south of what is known as East Smithfield. He af- 
terward sold one-half of this to John E. Hale. Here he 
erected a log house, which he occupied as a dwelling, up to 
1832. In the log house his nine children were born. 

In 1832- 1833 this log house gave place to one of better ac- 
commodation and of more modern architecture." 



^ \l 



Seventh Generation. 6y~ 

Children, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 
+ 7163. I. Darius Bullock, b. 5 Feb., 1816,111. Dorcas 

Stockhouse. 
7164 II. Asa Hackett, b. 30 Nov., 1817, 111. Valaria 

Rockwell, 26 March, [842, d. 23 Sept., 1 - ; 

7165. III. Harmon Austin, b. 24 July, 1819, 111, Adeline 

Davis 8 Oct., 1846. He d, 17 Dec, 1S9S. 

7166. IV. Eliza, b. 26 April, 1821, d. 1 Feb., 1860,1111m. 
+ 7167, V, Roan nah, b. 30 May, 1823, m. Albert Camp- 
bell. 

+ 7168. VI. Dudley Guilford, b. 24 May, 1825, m. four 

times. 
+ 7169. VII. Jared, b. 27 March, 1827, m. Sybil Griffin. 
+ 7170. VIII. Jacob Emerson, b. 7 Feb., 1829, m. Jane 

Dibble. 
+ 7171. IX. Mary, b. 4 Dec, 1831, m, Daniel Bradbury. 

3400. Ralph Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 20 Dec, 
1790, removed with his father to Becket, Mass., and from 
there, in 1811, to Smithfield, Pa., m. Esther Rudd in Becket, 
Mass., 3 June, 1819. She was daughter of Joseph Rudd, of 
Enfield, Ct. She d. East Smithfield, Pa., 35 Nov., 1829. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Smithfield, Pa., where he d. 28 Feb., 
1876, Says his daughter, Mrs. Rowland: "After my father 
was married, he was moved to Smithfield, Pa., by his brother- 
in-law. George Thomas, At that time it took ten days to 
make the trip, and there was little correspondence, postage on 
a letter that time costing 25 cents." 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 
+ 7172. I. Fanny Louisa, b. 15 Sept., 1820, m. Thomas 

B. Howland. 
7173. II. Cyrus, b. 18 Dec, 1S22, d. 16th June, 1843, 

unm. 
+ 7174. III. Mary, b. 27 July, 1S26, m. James Doty. 
+ 7175. IV. Charles Henry, b. 16 April, 1835. A clergy- 

man, unm. 

3043. Augustus Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 19 
Nov., 1796. Removed with his father to Becket, Mass., and, 
in 1811, to Smithfield, Pa., m. 19 Oct., 1820, Abigail Hack- 
ett, b. 28 Oct., 18—, d. Smithfield, Pa. 



6g8 Seventh Generation. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Smithfield, Pa. He was highly re- 
spected in his community, holding several offices. He was 
justice of the peace for 25 years. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Smithfield. Pa.: 

+ 7176. I. Lucelia, b. 27 July, 1821, m. Rev. C. C. 

Cn 
7177. II. Martha, b. 16 Feb., 1823, d. 22 April. [838. 

III. William Henry, b. 2] [824, m. M. D. 

on. 
+ 7171;. [V. Abigail Maria, b. 6 Feb.,i827, m. L. K. 

Child-. 
+ 71 V. John Wheelock, b. 27 Ma - 9, m. Lizzie 

Child 
+ 7181. VI. Clarissa Orton, b. 12 Feb.. 1832, m. Horace 
S. Nil 
7182. VII. Lura, b. 15 August, [834, d. young. 

\'llt. Susannah, b. 29 Sept., [835, d. young. 
+ 71 IX. Susan, b. . t., [837, m. L. D. Forest. 

+ 7185. X. Martha Jane. b. 15 Jan.. 1840, m. John Bird. 

- 7; XI. Augustus, b. 8 June, [844, m. twice. 

:»G-U. Wealthy Phelps, b. Hebron, Ci.. 
Oct., 1801, Removed with her father to Becket, Mas-., and 
from there, in 181 1, to Smithfield, Pa., m. Gordon V 2 

Fel I: Settled in Smithfield. Pa., where his wife died 

23 May, 1884, and where he died. 

Children, b. Smithfield, Pa.: 
+ 7 I. Franc:- (Wilcox), b. 12 Dec, . - m. 

Orville Kelk 
+ 7: II. Sevelon H. (Wilcox), b. 13 Feb. m. 

inces A. Thompson. 
7 !- HI. Gordon T. (Wilcox), b. 14 August. 1 

Killed in War of the Rebellion, at Chancel- 



.. Va., 3 May, 1803. was unm. 



3615- William Phelps, b. Becket. Mass., 7 
August. 1804. Removed with his father to Smithfield. Pa.. 
in 1 Si 1, m. Harriet E. Tuttle, 1 Jan.. 1852. She d. Athens, 
Pa., 26 Feb.. 382 Mr. Phelps settled in Athens, Pa., wh- 
ile died. 



Seventh Generation. 6pp 

On the 76th anniversary of his birth, many relatives and 
friends met at his house, and interesting exercises were held, 
during which many incidents were recalled relating to the 
early settlement of Smithfield, and the removal of the family 
from Becket. Mass. 

Children, b. Athens, Pa.: 

7190. I. Marcus L-, b. 2 Nov., 1832, unm., d. 1 Dec, 

1862, in the War of Rebellion. 

7 191. II. Emily M., b. 12 April, 1836, m. Hollister 

Campton 5 April, 1868. Settled in Milan, 
Bradford Co., Pa. 

7192. III. Harriet, b. 12 April, 1835, d. 10 Oct., is'6i. 

7193. IV. Thomas 1)., b. 12 May, 1836, m. . 

7194. A'. Victor, b. 6 May, 1838, m. Helen Pierce, 4 

Jan., 1871. lied. 12 July. 1898. 

7195. VI. Betsey, b. 18 Oct., 1839, m. John Little, 11. 

Oct., 1857. 

7196. VII. Albert, b. 4 Jan., 1841, unm., d. War of the 

Rebellion at Va., 5 Feb., 1865. 

7197. VIII. Eleanor, b. 3 June, 1842, unm., d. at Battle 

Frederick , 13 Dec, 1862. 

7198. IX. Birdsey T.. b. 27 Feb., 1845, num., d. hospi- 

tal, Nashville, Tenn., in Nov., 1863. 

7199. X. Willis A., b. 22 Aug., 1846, m. Elizabeth 

Elsbeck, 30 Nov., [871, d. 12 Feb., 1882. 

7200. XL Frances H., b. 3 Dec, 1848, m. Austin Dol- 

>n, 5 July, 1869. 

7201. NIL Georgiaua B., b. 18 Jan., 1850, d, 21 March, 

[851. 

7202. XIII. Alice, b. 26 July, 1852, d. 1 Feb., 1882, unm. 

7203. XIV. Adder L., b. 3 May, 1854, m. Clinton Walker 

12, 1873. 

7204. XV. A child, d. at birth. 

3036. Henry Phelps, b. Becket, Mass., 7 
Aug., 1806. Removed with his father to Smithfield, Pa., in 
1811, m. Phebe Wheeler, 28 May, [837. She was b. in Rhode 
Island, 10 June, 1813, and early in life removed to Smithfield, 
where she d. 27 July, 1885. 

Mr. Phelps settled in East Smithfield, Pa. He is a farmer. 



yoo Seventh Generation, 

Children, b. East Smithfield, Pa.: 

-[■7205, I. Victoria, b. 11 March, 183S, m. Dorrance 

Tracy. 
+ 7206. II. Diton, b. 5 March, 1840, m. twice. 

7207. III. Kmma Jane, b. 16 Aug., 1842, d. 31 I> 

i8< 
+ 7208, IV. Editli Minerva, b, iS March, 1847,111. George 

Webb. 

3647. Cynthia Phelps, b. Becket, Mass., 16 

Jan., 1 7 s 7 , 111. Barber. 

Settled in Becket, Mass.. where he d. Aug., 1S39. 

Children, b. Becket. Mass.: 
7209. I. Orson (Barber), d. recently in Becket, Mas 

ag rears. 

7210/ II. A daughter (Barber), m. Clark. Settled 

in Becket, Mass. 

7211. III. 

7212. IV. 

364U. Abigail Phelps, b. Becket, Mass., 26 
May, 1 791, 111. Thomas Lester. Settled in Becket, Mass., 
Avhere he d,, and where his w r ife, Abigail, d. 5 Sept., 1866. 
Children, b. Becket, Mass 

Abigail (Lester). 
Elvi 
Lydia 

Amanda ttled in Becket, Ma- 

li 

3653. Harvey Phelps, b. Becket., 19 Nov., 
.. Rebecca Kr 25. She was daughter of i 

Kiu.'.-!.; :et, Mass., where she died. 

He m. 2d Widow Anna L. (Knight) King, 5 Dec, :S4S 
(She was widow of Rufus King, by whom she had Adelaide 
M. King, who m. George F. Phelps (see No. 7220) and Anna 
P. King (who m. Henry Pitt Phelps (see Xo. 7224.) She was 
daughter of Rev. Caleb Knight. She now resides in Albany. 
X. V. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Becket, Mass., where he d. 8 April, 
1872. 



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7216. 


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7216 


V 



Seventh Generation. jor 

Children, by rst wife, b. Becket. Mass.: 

+ 7217. I. Sarah Abigail, b. 7 July, 1827, m. Milton 

Barnes. 

7218. II. Julia Rebecca, b. 10 April, 1829, d. 3 Aug.,. 

1850, unm. 

7219. II L. James Harvey, b. 9 Jan., 1834, unm. living 

in New York. 
+ 7220. IV. George Francis, b. 2 May, 1835, m. Adelaide 

M. King. 
7221. V. Mary Jane, b. Oct., 1837, d. 14 May, 1861,. 

unm. 
Child, by 2d wife, b. Becket, Mass.: 
-7223. VI, Emma Louise, b. 12 Oct., 1849, m. Frank 

Adams. 

3056. Dka. Benjamin Phelps, b. Becket, 
Mass., 14 July, 1807, m. Beula Sophia Pitt, 5 April, 1837. She 
was daughter of Henry and Sophia (Bell) Pitt, and was b. 
Washington Mass., 9 June, 1816, and was living t888. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Becket, Mass., where he d. 6 Jan., 
1 880. 

Children, b. Becket, Mass.: 

7223. I. Henry Benjamin, b. 29 July, 1838, d. 4 Jan.. 

1S43. 
+ 7224. II, Henry Pitt, b. 13 July, 1844, m. Anna P. 

King. 
7225 III. Arthur Benjamin, b. 8 Aug., 1847, d. 20 Feb., 

1868, unm. 
7226. IV. Charles Norton, b. 21 April, 1S57, K 

Albany, N. Y., unm. 

3657. Ai.vah Phelps, b. Becket, Mass., 2 
August, 1S10, m. 7 Sept., 1835, Mary Jane Hersey, b. Fast 
Bridge-water, Mass., 26 June, 18 13. 

Mr. Phelps lived in Foxboro and Boston, Mass., removing 
to New York, where in i860 he was engaged in the 
real estate business at 34 Pine St., and resided in Stamfoi 
Ct., and later in Albany. 

Children: 



J02 Seventh Generation . 

7227. I. Mary Abigail, b. Foxboro, Mass., 26 August, 

1839- 

7228. II. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Foxboro, Mass., 9 April, 

1842. 
+ 7229. III. Henry Alvah, b. Boston, Mass., 26 April, 

1844. 

\j .'{(;(».">. Charles C. Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., 
1802, m. Margaret Jordan, b. Cherry Valley, N. V., d. Pike, 
Wayne Co., X. Y. 

Mr. Phelps on marrying removed with a son of Henry 
Roger Phelps to Pike, then to Alleghany Co., now Wayne 
Co., N. Y., about 1882, where he settled, and died in 1S71. 
Children, b. Pike, X. Y. : 
7229a. I. Elizabeth, b. 1820. m. Jonathan Roberts. 

Res. Girard, Pa. Had two children. 
7 .:29b. II. L/Ucinda, in. Moses Lyon, and settled in Md. 

Had daughter who m. and had 4 children. 
722M . III. Julia, m. John Gray. Res. Coldwater, Mich. 

Had 7 children. 
722 IV. Franklin, in. PUsie Filers. Res. Pike, X. Y. 

Had 2 children. 
722 V. Maria, m. Abraham P'llis. Res. Pike, X. Y. 

Mad 1 child, 
if VJ. frrlando, m. Mary Gillett. Res. Girard. Pa. 

Had 7 children. 
7229g. VII. Xatlie, m. Jacob Caren. 

 )h. VIII. Archie, d. in infancy. 
7229L IX. d. in infancy. 

:{(>ti?. Erastus R. Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 31 

Jan., 1806, m. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct.. where he • ing 

with his daughter in 18 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
7230. I. Julia, b. 1S36, m. Joseph Wilson, a lawyer. 

Settled in Norwich, Ct. Ha as. 

7230a. II, Caroline, b. 1S42, d. 1S44. 

:JG(>S. Henry A. Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., 
»8, 111. Harriet Dodge. 



Seventh Generation, joj 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he d. 5 April, 
', from a fall from a building. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
+ 7231. I. Henry E., b. 4 June, 1833, m. Julia A. Bush- 

nell. 
;_32. II. Charles, b. in 1887. Living south. 

7233. III. Carrie A., b. 2 June, 1855, d. unm. 24 Jan., 
1887. She was a noted choir singer. 

3669. George G. Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., i.s 
Dec, 1809, m. Mary Page, 13 Nov., 1836. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hebron, Ct., where he resided up to 
1S54, when he removed to Meriden, Ct., where he d. 23 
April, 1862. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
+ 7234. I. Mary Elizabeth, b. 10 May, 1840, m. Charles 

C. Foskett 
4 7235. II. Harriet C, b. 8 Nov., 1842, m. "Rev. \V. H. 

W'ardell. 

3670. Sarah Ann Phklps, h. Hebron, Ct., 
19 April, 1815, m. Samuel H. Harris 14 Nov., 1848. Settled 
in New 7 Haven, Ct. 

Children, b. New Haven, Ct.: 

7236. I. Samuel P. (Harris), b. 19 May. 1850, d. young. 

7237. II. Charles " b. 18 July, 1852, d. 12 

Feb., i860. 

7238. III. William H., " b.' 17 Oct., 1854. 

7239. IV. Edward T., " b. 21 Feb., 1S61, d. Sept., 

1863. 

3671. Aliped W. Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct.,12 
July, [818, m. 25 Dec. 1843, Mary Ann Bunnell, b. 17 Nov., 
1S24. Mr. Phelps settled in New Haven, Ct. 

Children, b. New Haven, Ct.: 

7240. I. Era T., b. 28 Nov., 1853, assistant principal 

of New Haven public school. 

7241. II. Edward B., b. 26 July, 1863. grad. Yale, 1885. 

Res. New York City, and is in literary pur- 
suits. 



/ 



7°4 



Seventh Generation. 



7242 

7243 

7^44 

7245 
7246 

7247 

7-N s 



3(i77. Norman A. Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., 

1S00, m. . 

Mr. Phelps probably settled in Dexter, Mich. 

Children, b. Dexter, Mich.: 

I. G W., b. 

II. Edward A. 

III. Harrison T. 

IV. Alfred E. 
A'. Henry M. 

VI. Thomas Y. 
V. Sarah Jane. 

3(>7V Edward Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct.. about 

 . m. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Dexter, Mich. 

Children, b. Dexter, Mich.: 

I. Chi • [S22. 

II. Ozias. 

III. Emeline, b. 1S30. 

IV. An* is 
V. Harriet. 

VI. Adaline. 
VII. Louisa. 

3682. Amos Phi xter, Mich., 2 

July, 18:4, m. Elizabeth Jacy, 4 K 1 ' • she was daugh- 

ter of Edward and Hannah (Wii-on) Jacy. Mr. Phelps set- 
tled in Dexter. Mich. He is :nner. 

.ildren. b. Dexter. Mich.: 
I. Franklin E.. b. 10 May, 1- 
II Charles A., b. [8 Jan., & 

III. Everett J , b. 22 March. 

IV. Clara !.. b. 4 Sept.. I 

3<W2. Ax.xa PHELPS, b. Hebron. Ct., 29 Nov., 

-. m. Col, Andrew Mann., b. Hebron. Ct., -ettled first in 

New York, and from there to Marshall. Mich., and later to 

Athens, Mich., where he d., and where his wife d. 9 Sept., 

1S50. 

Thev had 6 children. 



7250 

7-5' 

7-54 

: 



7258. 






Seventh Generation. joj 

3693. Betsey Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
Sept., 1790, 111. Allyn Knapp, b. Hebron, Ct., settled in Col- 
chester, N. Y., where his wife Betsey died 25 March, 1S42, 
and where he died. They had 5 children. 

3694. Maria Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 8 March, 
1793, m. Reuben Mann, b. Hebron, Ct., settled in Marsh 
Mich., where his wife Maria, d. 25 April, 1848 Tne\ bad 3 
children. 

'MWo. Judge Henry Jones Phelps, b. Heb- 
ron, Ct., 1 Dec, 1795, m. Elizabeth Way. b. Hebron, Ct., 
1S03, d. in Canajoharie, N. Y. , 25 August. iJ 

He m. for 2nd wife Ellen Turner Hodge. She was daugh- 
ter of Elisha and Hannah (Champlin) Hodge, and was ». 
Canajoharie, N. Y. , 12 Feb., 181 2, d. at Marshall, Mich. 8 
Sept., 1878. 

Mr. Phelps removed from Hebron, Ct., to Canajoharie, N, 
Y., soon after marrying his first wife, and from there, after 
his second marriage, to Marshall, Mich., where lie was Judge 
of Probate, and held other offices of honor and trust. H 
' 1 ' .1 1 182. 

Says his son Henry Egbert Phelps — "My father came to 
Michigan in 1833. He constructed the first frame house in 
Marshall, Mich. At that time there were no railroads and it 
took six days to cart our furniture from Detroit to Marshall, 
Mich., a distance of 100 miles. Three of his sisters followed 
him with their husbands, to Mich." 

Children by 1st wife, b. Canajoharie, X. Y.: 
7260. I. Clarissa Maria, b. 4 August. 1823, ln - i s 4>^. 

Lucius J. Noyes. She died ::> June, 1856. 
+ 7261. II. Henry Egbert, b. 10 June. 1825, m. twice, 

7262. III. Harriet Elizabeth, b. 4 Jan., 1827, m. 29 
June, 1870, Ebenezer Mudge. Settled in 
Cortland, N. Y. 

+ 7253. IV. Abby Ann, b. 1 S3pt., 1829, m. Charles H. 

Allen. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Marshall, Mich.: 
+ 7264. V. Frank, m. Emily E. Barney. 

+ 7165. VI. Ellen T., b. 15 Oct., 1834, m, Frank Beach. 

(45) 



<: 



yo6 Seventh Generation. 

3696. Rachel Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 16 
Jan., 1799, m. Flavel Phelps. He was of the line of Timothy 

b. . Some time after marrying he removed to Mobile, 

Ala., leaving his family in Hebron, Ct. He soon d. South, 
His widow removed to Michigan, where she died. 

Child b. Hebron, Ct.: 

7266. I. Abigail A., b. about m. G H. 

Phelps of Hebron. Ct., in 1841, See No. 
37 ( 
Xote. — The said Rachel Phelps who m. a Pin: d to 

keep and not change her name of Phelps, and by so doing in- 
herited the estab oi her aunt Abigail Phelps, with a prom 

1 "if [change my name 1 shall forfeit the Estate and al- 
though I could have do« - ime time too, I never hi 
and never intend to." 

Says this lady in reference to a part of Hebron " It took 

its name this way, i. e. When the English took Quebec, tl 

they had no cannon the}' took an old pump 
I filled it with powder and fired it before my great-grand- 
fath< r - .lour. art of the town after that was known 

Pumptown. When ge HI. heard this he sent the people 

of Hebron a on, but the ship was lost on its way to 

An It) nnon was newer receivei 

3697. C s, b. 1 31 
. m. Edward R. Way, b. Hebron. Ct. 

mai here'- - LI, Mich., and later from th 

to Wilmington X. C. where his wi 24 Jan.. 1861. 

The\ had five children. 

;;t')'.»N. Roger Lewis Pb b. Hebron, C 

d one , led yoi 

m. Eli i W. Stroi May, 1834. She iter 

Elijah and Anna (Crouch - and was 3 ter, 

Ct., 4 Dec. i8« 18. 

Child-.. Hebron. Ct.: 

267. 1. Roger Elijah, b. 22 July. m. Caroline 

Cora Barton. 
+ 7268, II. Victoria E., b. 16 May. 1838, 111. George R. 

Hale. 



Seventh Generation . joj 

7269. III. Laura L., b. 17 Nov., 1841, d. 26 Dec , 1844. 

7270. IV. Anna L-, b. 11 Nov., 1845, d. 6 Nov., 1851, 
+ 7271. V. Charles L., b. 24 March, 1847. in. Charlotte 

M. Mann. 

3701. Laura Louisa Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
29 August, 1809, m. 26 Sept., 1833, John Foot Clark, son of 
Ezra and Mary Elizabeth (Foot) Clark. He was b. Sidney 
Plains, N. Y., 1 July, 1810, settled in Smithport, Pa., where 
he resided eight years. Removed to Bradford, Pa., then to 
Shippen, Pa., and later in life to Binghamton, N. Y., where 
he d. 28 June. 1877. His widow d. 2S April, 1882. 

Children, b. Smithport, Pa., except last two: 

-2-2. I. Theodore M. (Clark), b. 10 Oct.. 1834, d. 

1882, unm. 
+ 72 II. Junius Randolph " b. 24 July, [836, m. 

twice. 
7274. III. Charles L. " b. 1 August. 1S3s.n1. 

Res. Jefferson City, Mo, 
+ 7275. IV. Edwafd KLissam (Clark), b. 1 Jan., 1841, m. 

Martha Jane Seymour. 
+ 7276. V. Ella Clarissa (Clark 1, b. Bradford, Pa., 31 

July, 1843, m. William N. Hanna. 
7 77. \'l. Mary Elizabeth (Clark) b. Shippen, Pa., 11 
Sept., 1845, num. 

3704. Maria L. Pin > b. Colchester, N. Y., 
4, m. T. Elwood, b. Hebron, Ct. Settled in Delhi, N. Y.. 

where he died, and where his vvifi 

Child, b. Delhi, N. Y.: 
7-X s - I. A daughter (Elwood) 

3705. Juliet Pen b. CoL , X. Y., 
about [806, m. P. P. Mann, b: Hebron! Ct. Settled in Man- 
bus, X. Y. 

Child, b. Manlius, X. Y.: 
7279. I. A son (Maun). 

3706. George H. Phelps, b. Colchester, X. 
Y., [808, m. Abigail A. Phelps, No. 7266, b. Hebron, Ct., 
about 1820 She died [848. Mr. Phelps with his wife, and 



yo8 Seventh Generation. 

her widowed mother Rachel, settled in Michigan. He lived 
for a time in Hancock, X. V. 

Child, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
7280. I. Charles David, b. [848. 

3715 Judge Gurley Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 
S August, 1803, m. at Bolton, 11 June, 1845, Anna Eliza 
Sperry, b. Colchester, Ct., 23 March, 1817, d. Bolton. Ct., 19 
Nov., 1895, daughter of David and Ann K. (Whittles) 
Sperry . 

Judge Phelps studiedlaw and settled in Andover, Ct., wh 
he practiced many years, and was Judge oi the Court of Pro- 
bate. He d. 14 May, 1 

Children, b. Andover, Ct.: 
+ 7281. I. Anna \\\, b. 18 April, 1 m. Flavel J.. 

Bingham, 18 Nov., 181 
72N2. II. Alfred, b. 30 April, 1848, d. same day. 

III. Henry Gurley, b. 25 August, 1N49, m. Anna 
E. Sloan. 
7284. IV. Eliza Tully, b. 21 July, 1851. 

:j;i<5. David Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct., to Sept., 
7, d. 24 Sept., 1SS4, m. Saybrook, Ct., 28 Nov., 1846, 
Elizabeth Tully Whittlesey, b. Saybrook, Ct.. 24 Aug., 1819. 
J Hebron, Ct., 25 July, 1897, daughter of Daniel and Cath- 
arine Ferry (Sikes) Whittlesey, of Saybrook, Ct. 
He was a farmer in Hebron, Ct. 

Children, b. Hebron, Ct.: 
72- I. Catharine Gurley, b. 12 May, [851. 

+ 7286. II. Eva Josephine, b. 12 Feb., m. Loren 

A. Welch. 
$7. HI. Elizabeth Alice Whittlesey, b. 9 Jan., 1857. 
Res. Hebron. Ct., 1899. 
+ 7288. IV. Florence Louise, b. 2 N -v., [859, m. H. 

Bissell. 

3729. Maria Lucy Phelps, b. Eockport. X. 

Y., 1 Jan., 1820, m. Webber. 

Child : 
7 2 89. I. Mary (Webber). 



Se ve n th Ge iteration. yog 

3731. Louisa E. Phelps, b. Lockport, N. Y., 
26 Feb., 1826, m. Erastus B. Weaver, 7 Nov., 1842. 

Had four children. 

3732. Henry W. Phelps, b. Lockport, N. V., 
21 June, 1829, m. Mary Jane Howe, 25 August, 1850, at 
Geneva, Wis, She was b. Cortland, N. Y. . 7 Sept., 1830, d, 
Lockport, N. Y., 30 Sept., 1855. Hem. 2nd Alta E. Mason, 
23 Jan., 1858, at Rochelle, 111. She was b. Medina, N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Wisconsin. In 1861 he resided in 
Horace, Dodge Co., Wis., and was editor and publisher of the 
Gazette. 

Children, by first wife : 

7290. I. Alfred Walden, b. Lima, Wis., 24 July, 1857. 

7291. II. Mary .Adelaide, b. Geneva, Wis., 10 Feb., 1853, 

7292. III. Lura Elizabeth, b. Lockport, N. Y.. 25 July, 

1855. 

3734:. Dr. Henry Candler Phelps, b. Put- 
nam County, Ga,, about 1802, d. Columbus, Ga., m. Milledge- 
ville, Ga., about 1826, Sarah Hartshorn Jones, b. Milledge- 
ville, or Eatonton, Ga., about 1805, d. about Oct., 1844, 
daughter of Ezra Jones. He was a physician. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ga., except the last: 

7293. I. Felicia Hemans, b. 1826, d. 1894. 

7294. II. Pauline Melvina, b. 1829, d. 1845. 

7295. III. Sarah Adela, b. 1833. 

7296. IV. Georgia Carolina, b. 1836, d. 1861, 

+ 7297. V. William Henry Harrison, b. Feb. 10, 1830,111. 

Lucy E. Briggs. 
7298. VI. Levi De Lyon. b. New Echota, Ga., 1843, d, 
1X62. He was in Capt. YVilkins's Co., 1st 
Ga. Reg., in war of 1861. 

3735. Luman Phelps, b, Uniontown, Mi- 



1804, m - ~ — • 

Children: 

7299. I. David. 

7300. II. George. 

7301. III. Amanda, m. C. C. Drake. Res. Houston, 

Tex. 



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j/o  Seventh Generation. 

7302. IV. A daughter, in. S. E. Dowden. Res. Har- 
risonburg, La. 

3735 a. Truman Phelps, b. Unionville, Miss . 

August 17, 1806, d. Bteville. Texas, July, 1892, m. New Or- 
leans, La., 183S, Cornelia McNamee, b. Vincennes, Ind., Jan. 
20, 1820, d. Vietoria, Tex rch, [879, daughter of Elias 

and Elizabeth (Hanna) McNamee. 

Mr. Phelps was a Lawyer and lived in Victoria, Texas. 

Children: 
+ 7303. I. Truman, b. Harrisonburgh, La., August 18, 

,'\ in. Mary McClanahan. 
[win P. 
. id L. 

abeth. 

3735b. Fau;y Adele Hampden Phelps b. 

ii Nov., ; d. 29 Sept . m. Peter F. Jaillett. He d. 

! she m. 2nd , R, H. L. Buchanan, b. Bibb Co. Ga., 

13 August i 799, d. 22 August, [8 

3735c. Joseph Leonidas Phelps, b. about 
1780, 111. 1S05 or 6 Sarah Mahone, b. about 1790. dan, of 
John Mahone. Res. Columbus, Ga. 

Child : 

I. Frances Jane, m. Bethune. Had son F. 

M, Bethune of Columbus, Ga. 
Information received about the family of Dr. David Ph< 
No. [588, has been icthat it can hardly be relied on 

a correctly here. 

3735(1. Am • nda Malvina Fitzallen Phelps' 

d. 1833, m. Jacob K t who d. in Columbus, Ga. She m 
2nd Mr. Groom, of Montgomery, Al, 

She had three children by first husband, two of whom mar- 
ried and had issue, and one child by second husband, who died 
in in far. 

3737. Chauncey Phelps, b. Barkhamsl 
Ct., 2 March, 1794, d. 25 March, 1869, m, 1 June, 1813, 
Sally Shepherd, b. 23 Sept.. 1793. d. 30 Sept., 18S2, daughter 
of Joseph and Sarah (Tuttle) Shepard, of Barkhamsted, Ct. 



Seventh Generation . 



7" 



Mr. Phelps settled in Barkhamsted, and removed to Otis, 
Mass., in 1825. 

Children, b. Barkhamsted, Ct.: 

7308. I. Nathan, b. 2 April, 18 14, d. 8 Oct., 1827. 

r-7309. II. Silvia, b. 14 March, 1817, m. Calvin Barker. 

40, III. Aaron, b. 15 Oct., 1818, m. twice. 
731 1. IV. Mary A., b. 28 June, 1820, d. 29 Jan., 1862. 

+ 7312. V. Daniel, b. 9 July, 1S22, m. Fydia Mann. 

+ 7313. VI. Israel Whiting, b. 17 May, 1S24, m. Emeline 

Rogers. 
+ 7313a. VII. Sarah, b. Otis, Mass.. 4 Sept., 1826, m. Ar- 
temas Hunt. 
7313b. VIII. Corintha Filley, b. 20 May, 1834, d. 17 April, 
1859, m, Warren Ladd. Had 3 children, d. 
in infancy, 

3741. Clara Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt.' 
out 1793, m. Nathaniel Hodge. Settled in South Hero, Vt., 

where he died. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

7314. I. Sophia (Hodge), b. about 1S20. 

7315. II. Orphia 

7316. III. Laura Ann " 

7317. IV. Caroline 

7318. V, Cornelia 

7319. VI. Phelps 

7320. VII. Henry 

7321. VIII. Charles 

7322. IX. Amanda 

7323. X. Homer 

7324. XI. William 

3742. Asaph Phelps, b, South Hero, Vt., 17 
Feb., J 70S, 111. Sophia Pearl, Nov., 1823. She was daughter 
of A>a Pearl. 

Mr, Phelps settled in South Hero, Vt., from there to Ash- 
tabula, Ohio, where he died, 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 
+ 7325. I. Ellen, b. about 1S24, m. Alfred French. 

73- 7 6. II. George, m. Ellen Austin, Oct., 1861. Settled 

in Nebraska. 



'12 



Seventh Generation . 



+ 7327- 
7328. 

7329- 
7330- 

733 ' • 
7332. 



III. Frederick, b. 1826, m. Mar}- Ayers. 

IV. Julia. 
V. Rhoda. 

VI. Mary, m. John Greenshad, Dec, i860. Set- 
tled in Detroit. 
VII. Lucius. 
VIII. John. 



37-t'J. Marcia Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
about 1800, m. Lorenzo Hall, b. South Hero, Vt., where he 
settled. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

7333. I. Wallace (Hall). 

\\. II. Warren 

135. III. Jeroi 

73 IV. Oscar 

3745. Hi 1 dah Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
12 July, 1705, m. Horace Lampson, 12 April, 1815. 

Settled in South Hero, Vt., later in Redford, N. Y. He 
died in Plattsburgh, N. Y.. 22 June. [842. She d, m Wis 
24 Nov., 1871. 

Children: 



8 



/ 33 



7340 

7341 



/ o4- 



7343 
7344 



I. Anice (Lampsou South Hero, Vt., 4 Feb., 

[816, d. 27 Feb , [881. 
II. Lura (Lampson), b. South Hero Vt . 1 5 Sept., 

1 

III. Maria (Lampson), b. South Hero, Vt., - M 

 

IV. Lucy L. (Lampson), b. Burlington. Yt. 

March. 1821. 
V. .Stephen B. (Lamps b. South Her 

23 Dec, , I. Dec. 

VI. Horace (Lampson) South Hero, Vt, 

Dec, 1825. d. 3 July, 
Y1I Homer (Lampson), b. Redford, N. Y., 11 
August. 1829, d. 21 July, 1832. 
VIII. K. Jane ("Lampson), b. Redford, X. Y., 11 
Aug. . d. July, 1832. 



Seventh Generation . jrj 

7345. IX. Homer (Lampsou), b. Redford, N. Y.. 1 '; May, 
1824, d. 3 June, 1842. 
+ 7346. X. Helen S. (Lampson), b. Redford.. N. Y., 28 

August, 1835, m. Rouse Summons. 

7347. XI. L. Gertrude (Lampson), b. .Redford. X. Y., 

12 March, 1S38, d. 19 June, 1 8 ; j . 

874 7. Nancy Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
■about 1800, m. Guy Shepherd. 

Child: 

7348. I. Mary (Shepherd), in. 1st Armstrong, settled 

in London, Ontario. Armstrong became a 
leader in one of the Canada uprisings, was 
captured and sentenced to Yan Dieman's 
Laud for life. He escaped and returned in 
about eight years, but in the meantime his 
wife had been freed by his life sentence and 
married Shepherd. 

7349. II. Amelia (Shepherd). 

7350. III. John 

3748. John Phelps, b. South Hero. Vt., 2nd 
Feb., 1802, m. Sally Lucia Sawyer, 18 Jan., 1827, at South 
Hero, Vt. She was daughter of Peter and Mary (Stack) Saw- 
yer, and was b. South Hero, Vt., 2 Sept.. 1S00, d, Brasher ; 
St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., 22 Sept., 1849. 

He m. 2nd Mary Lambertson, at Potsdam, X. Y., 9 April, 
1850. She was born Herkimer Co., X. Y., 17 July, 1815. 

Mr. Phelps early in life settled in Brasher, X. Y., where he 
was a prominent man, and was interested in all town affairs, 
holding the office of assessor for twenty years in succession. 
He was also supervisor for several years. 

The grandfather of his first wife was Ephraim Sawyer of 
West Mortimer, X. Y., who served in the Revolution; from 
Xew Hampshire. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Brasher, X. Y. : 

+ 7351. I. Kate, b. 29 Aug., 1829, m. A. A. Hawkins. 

+ 7352. II. Benajah, b. 3 Sept., 1832, m. Eliza Berry. 

+ 7353. III. John S., b. 6 Oct."; 1S41, m. Elizabeth P. 
Schell. 



-'/ Seventh Generation. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. Brasher, N. Y.: 

7354. IV. Elizabeth, b. 21 June, 1851. 

7355. A*. Mary Francis, b, Sept.. 1853. 

:mt>. Gtn Phelps, b. South Hero. Vt., about 
!, m. Lydia Dusenbury. Settled in Westhampton, Iowa. 

Child: 

7356. I. Henry. Settled in Illinois. 

:*?."><). Orange Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
March, t8o6, m. 22 Maria Phelps, No b. 

South Hero, Yt., 20 April, 1811, d. there 13 Feb.. 18 

Mr. Ph 1 m South Hero. Vt. H ted his 

town several years in the State Assembly, and was also in the 
St.; Assistant Judge in Grand Island Co. 

for several years. South Hero. Vt.. 23 June. [879. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

7357. I, Graham, b. 17 July, 1835, m. Harriet Morgan. 
735S. II. Edgar, b. 24 Oct.. 1836, d. 13 Feb., 1842. 

HI. Oscar, I Sept., 1838, d. 16 Feb., [842. 

+ - • IV. Jane, b. 24 May, [840, m. William G. Gordou. 

-f- 7 v 1. V. Albert, Sept., 1841, m. Viola 1. K.& 

VI. Edwin, b. 28 Oct., 1843. Res. Dovei Plains, 
N. V. 
3. VII. Edward Barnes, b. 26 June, 1845. i uth 

Vt., until. 
+ 7364. VIII. Frederick, b. 26 June, 1847, m. Alice C. 

IX. Augusta M., b. 9 Nov.. [849. Re-. South 
Hero. Vt., unm. 
+ ~ X. Florence F.. b. 27 ' '■ m. W. IF 

Land* n. 
7307 XI. Martha A., b. 3 March. [854, m. Dean I 
speed, Minneapolis. Minn. 

3752. Heman Phelps, b. South Hero. Vt., 
July. 1809, m. Phebe Childs, 22 March, 1837. She was 
daughter of Thomas and Catharine (Stewart) Childs, and  
b. South Hero. Vt.. 15 Oct. [812, d. South Bombay, X. V.. 
: _• August, 1^70. 



Seventh Generation. 



715 



Mr. Phelps settled in South Hero, Vt., and Beekmantown, 
N. Y., and later in life in Bombay, N. V. He is a farmer. 
Children, b. Beekmantown, except first: 

736S. I. Lucy, b. South Hero, Vt., 1838. 

7369. II. Eunice, b. 10 Jan., 1840. 

+ 7370. III. Delia, b. 8 Oct., 1845, m. Ernest Frew. 

7371. IV. Mary, d. in infancy. 
+ 7372. Y. James, b. 23 Dec, 1847, m. Carrie Churchill. 

+ 7373- VI- Henry, b. 29 Oct., 1849, m. Sarah A. Petty. 

7374. VII. Mary, b. 8 May, 1863, d. March, 1870. 

3753. Abel Phelps, b. -South Hero, Vt.. 15 
Jan., 181 1, rv. Eunice Childs, 10 June, 1838 Mr. Phelps set- 
tled in South Hero. Vt. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt: 

I. Ann Eliza, b. 13 Feb., 1834. 
II. Beuajah, b. 9 Feb., 1836, 
III. Wolford N., b. 20 Feb., 1838. Resides South 

Hero, 
VI. Sidney, b. 29 July, 1S40, unm. i860 
V. Mary Jane. b. 18 July, 1843. 
VI. Phebe M., b. 17 Nov., [845. 
VII? Luciuda G., b. 17 Sept., 1847. 
VIII. John T., b. 12 May, 185 1. 
IX. Finns B., b. 15 May, 1855, 



7375- 
7376. 
7377' 

7379- 

738i. 

73S2. 

7383- 



3755. Mary Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 3 
June, 1S16, m. Rev. Levi Potter, 4 March, 1S33. 

Mr. Potter was a clergyman in the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Children : 



7384. 


1. 


Charles 


7385- 


11. 


Fletcher 


73S6. 


HI. 


Watson 


; ,8 7 . 


IV. 


Watson 


7388. 


V. 


Mary 


7389- 


VI. 


Olive 



b. 

b. 



10 March, 1 S 3 7 . 



Aug. 



3 Feb., 1 841, d. 
1842. 
b. 16 Sept., 1845. 
b. 31 Dec, 1S4S. 
b. 18 April, 1852. 

3756. Lokinda Phelps, b. about 1X17, m, 
Beril Roberts. Settled in St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. 



ji6 



Seventh Generation. 



Children : 

7390. I. Lucius (Roberts). 

7391. II. Samuel 

3757. Phebe Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 23 
April, 1S19, 111. Rev. Samuel Hughes. 

He was a clergyman in the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Children : 

I. Jane (Hughes) 

II. Mary 
III. Helen 

3758. Sally Phelps, b. South Hero. Vt.. 9 
Jan.. 182 1, m. Alexander Sampson. 

Children : 
I. Wellington (Sampson). 
II. Elizabeth 



7394- 



7395 

7396 

7400 



III. George W. 

IV. Raymond 
V. Gertrude 

VI. Inez 



7401. 
7403- 



H75«>. G Phi - b. South Hero. Vt., 

20 June, 1S22, m. Lucretia Winslow. 

Children : 

I. A Child, d. voir 
11. A Child, d. young. 

III. A Child, d. yor. 

IV. Eunice, b. 
:{;0(). Samuel Phelps, b. South Hero. Vt., 

20 March. 1824, m. Fanny Lampson. 
Mr. Phel] : : '■ Vt - 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 
I. E\ 6 

II. Olive. 

8763. Abel Phelps, b. South Hero. Vt.. 17- 
m . . He was not brought up by his father, but in a Wil- 
liams family. He settled in Elmburgh, N. Y. 
Children, b. Elmburgh. N. Y.: 



7406. 



Seventh Generation. yiy 



74°7- 


I. 


Seymour, b. about 1830. A Methodist 

ister. 


7408. 


II. 


James. 


7409. 


III. 


Mary. 


7410. 


IV. 


Sidney. 


741 1. 


V. 


Maria. 


7412. 


VI. 


. 


7413- 


VII. 


Dr Hulbert C. Resides in Alburgli, Vt 


7414- 


VIII. 


. 


74i5- 


IX. 





3764-. Benajah Phelps, b. Alburgh, Vt,, 25 
March, 1800, m. Asenath Fletcher, 7 Nov., 1824. She was 
daughter of Calvin Fletcher, of South Hero, Vt. She died 
Fond du Lac, Wis.. 1865. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Fond du Lac, Wis., where he was 
living in April of 1895. 

Children, b. Fond du Lac, Wis.: 

7416. I. Calvin F., b. 31 August, 1825. 

7417. II. Abel A., b. 6 May, 1829. Res. Boston, Mass. 

7418. III. Frederick, b. 6 Feb., 1835, m. Christina 

Goosia, of Isle of Madeira. No issue. 

7419. IV. Charles, b. 6 July, 1837, in Kentucky, unm. 

7420. V. George, b. 19 Nov., 1839. Res. Boston, Mass. 

7421. VI. Cynthia, b. 18 Now, [833, unm. 

7422. VII. Marietta, b. 29 Feb. , 1844,111. Eugene Lyons. 

She d. 5 August, 1876, leaving three daugh- 
ters. 

7423. VIII, Lydia. b. 17 April, 1846, m. Eugene Lyons. 

She d. 1 888, No issue. 

3765. Samtkl Mix Phelps, b. Alburgh, Vt., 
2^ March, 1806, m. at Alburgh, Vt., 1831, Catharine A. 
Hoxie, daughter of Colson, (of .Conn.), and Ellen (McGregor, 
of Edinburgh, Scotland,) Hoxie. She wash. Alburgh, Vt., 
20 August, 1809, d. Norwood, N. J., 30 April, 1888. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Norfolk, St. Lawrence Co., N. V., 
after his first child was born. He died at Alburgh, Vt., 17 
Feb., 1856, and was buried at Norfolk, N. Y. 

Children, b. Norfolk, N. Y,, except first: 



-f- 


7424- 




7425- 


+ 


7426. 




74-7- 


4- 


7428. 




7 !-'>■ 


- 


7430- 



7 / < V Seven th Gene ra Hon . 

I. Hanson C, b. Alburgh, Vt., 10 August. 1834, 
m. Louisa H. Kent. 
II. Edgar T.. b. 1836, 111. Elizabeth J. Hall. Res. 
Norwood, X. J. 

III. Sidney R., b. 1838, in. Emma L. Calkins. 

IV. Gustavus H., b. 1844, d. aged 17 years. 
V. William F., b. 24 Feb., [843, m. Ellen Ffan- 

1 ilkins. 
VI. neC, b. 1852, m. I.eroy Martin. Had 

Aid, all di( 
\'I!. Carry 15., 1). 1840, m. Jane Candace Kent. 
7431. VIII. Burham H., b. d 5 years. 

74 ;j. IX. Cornelia, b. f849, d. . its. 

3<(>(i. Marcellus 15. Phelps, b. Alburgh, Vt., 

ci, ra. 12 Jan [840, Euphrasia Russell, daughter of Wil- 
liam and Phebe (Amies) Russell. North Hero, Vt. Shed. 
Alburgh, Vt. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Alburgh. Vt , now livinj 

Children, b. Alburgh, Vt.: 

7433. I. Charles Hubert, b 32 Dec, 1844. Physician 

in Alburgh. Unmarried. 
I ; 4 II. Wallace Harmon, d. in War of Rebellion. 

7435. III. Helen M.. probably d. you;. 

IV. Anna Elizabeth. Res. Alburgh, Yt. 
743 W Alice M. Res. Alburgh. Yt. 

:}7(>;. . b. Alburgh, 

Yt.. 14 April, in. Elizabeth A. Thomas 

daughter 1 md Abigail (Brown) Thomas, of Dutch- 

 Co., N. V.. and was 1 >n, X. V.. 

Mr in Alburgh. Vt., and later in Fllen- 

bursrh X. Y. IK- is a musician and farmer. 
C '■•: Alburgh. Vt.: 

+ 7438. I. Abel Mix. b. 27 June, 1851, m. Cornelia 

lell. 
74: II. rnou Sidney, b. 26 July. [852. Resides 

Chi 111. 

7440. III. Hardy Emmell. 3 Feb., 1S57, d. 23 Feb.,i - 
at Ellenburgh, X. V., num. 



Seventh Generation. jrg 

7441. IV. Martha Minerva, b. 16 Jan., 1S61, m. R. A. 

Dean, Malone, N. Y. 

7442. V. Rollin Tlioma.s, b. 6 May, 1863. Res. Ellen- 

burgh, N. Y. 

7443. VI. Judd Mott, 4 Dec., 1865, d. 17 May, 1866. 

37GS. Olivia Phelps, b. Alburgh, Vt., about 
1815, m. George S. Cooper, of Vermont. 
Settled in Isle Lamotte, Vt. 

Children, b. Isle LaMotte, Vt.: 

7444. I. Edward (Cooper). 

7445. II. Mary 

3769. Marietta Phelps, b. Alburgh, Vt., 
about 1816, m, Thomas S. Fletcher. Res. White River. Yt. 
Children, b. White River Junction, Vt.: 

7446. I. Calvin (Fletcher). 

.7. II. Justin 

3775. Judge Charles Bartlett Phklps, b. 
Chatham, Ct.. (now Portland), 31 May, 1788, m. Elsie Mar- 
shall, [809. She was daughter of the Rev. John R. Marshall, 
who was founder and first rector of St. John's Church of 
Woodbury, Ct. She was b. 28 June. 1784, d. there 21 Dec, 
1 -'5. Pie m. 2nd Amanda Parker at Litchfield, 2S Jan. ,18 
She was daughter of Dr, Joseph Parker, and was b, Morris 
Ct. 

Judge Phelps graduated at college, studied law with Judge 
Reeve and Noah B. Benedict, and was admitted to the bar of 
Litchfield, Ct., in Sept., 1809, where he entered into the prac- 
tice of his profession, and where he continued over forty 
years. He commanded the honor and respect of his fell 
townsmen and held many offices of honor and trust. In May, 
1 :^, he was appointed Judge of Probate, and was annually 
re-appointed up to May, [834, when he resigned. 

He was again re-appointed in 1836-37-42-43-46-41.), and 
from that time held the office to 1837, when he was disquali- 
fied by age, being then over 70 years old, having held this 
office for a period of tw 7 enty-five years. He was also a mem- 
ber of the Conn. House of Representatives in 1831, 1837, 
[852, and in the latter year was Speaker of the House, • He 



j2o Seventh Generation. 

was also elected to the State Senate in 1843, and acted as 
president pro-tem of that body most of the term. He wa- a 
postmaster from 1S31 to 1841, and in 1850 was appointed 
Jndge of the County Court of Litchfield County and was re- 
appointed in 1852. He was for many years a member of the 
Supreme Court, and was known as a keen and sagaci> 
lawyer, having a good knowledge of human nature in its 
various forms, and a quick preception of the character and in- 
tentions of men. He was ardent in his temperament, strong 
in his attachments, kind as a neighbor, and alw 

ieve the distressed, when occasion offered, and sed 

strong common sense. 

He had remarkable control over his temper, and 
striking and original traits of character which distinguished 
him in a marked degree from many other men. He died 21 
, [858, I and respected by all who knew him. 

Children by 1st wife, b. Woodbury, Ct.: 

I48. I. George B., b. 11 Feb.. 1810, m. Martha S 

Hartley. 
7449. II. Charlotte E., b. 27 Oct., 181 1, d. Woodbury, 

Ct., [8 Dec, 1832. 
+ 71 III. Edward M.. b. 13 Nov., [813, m. Lucinda E. 

Hamlin, 
L51. IV. John R.. b. 20 May, 1816, m. Cecelia Martin. 
745-. V. Susan M.. b. 23 March, 1818, m. David Jud- 

sou, of Ogdensburg. Both dead. No issue. 
+ 7453. VI. Klisha A., b. 5 Sept., 1820, m. Lucinda Mc- 
Christy. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Woodbury, Ct.: 

7454. VII. Elsie Amanda, b. 29 N< [829, num. 

7455. VIII. Sarah Maria, b. 23 August, 1835, m. Rev. 

Alonzo Martin Lewis, Westport, Ct. Had 
son Philip (Lew i 

3776. Gen. Fraxcis Eastman Phelps 

Peacham. Yt., 16 Oct., 1798, m. Sarah Spoouer Fori 
daughter of Abner and Sarah (Spooner) Forbes 

Mr. Phelps settled in Carondelet, St. Louis, Mo. He died 
5, at the house of his naice, Mrs. Louisa P. Staple-. 
Louis, Mo. 



Seventh Generation . J2i 

He ni. 2nd Fanny Bellows Stone, b. Keeue, X. H. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. St. Louis, Mo.: 
+ 7456. I. Francis Bellows, m. Eliza Ingersoll. 

7457. II. Mary Louisa, d. num. 

7458. III. Elizabeth, d. mini. 

3777. Laura Amelia Phelps, b. Peacham, 
Yt., 1801, m. in Windsor, Yt., in 1S26, Rufns Emerson, son 
of Elihu and Thankful (Grant) Emerson, and b. Norwich, Yt., 
4 Oct., 1800. Settled in Windsor, Yt., where he d. 4 Oct., 
1849. He was a bank cashier. She d. Woodbury, Ct., 22 
June, 1852. 

Child, b. Bellows Falls, Yt.: 

+ 7459. I. Laura L. (Emerson), b. 8 Sept., 1829, m. Rev. 

Oliver H. Staples. 

3778. Susannah Maria Phelps, b. Peacham, 
Yt., m. Bigelow. He settled in Canada East. 

Children, b. Canada: 

7460. I. Edward (Bigelow). 

74O1 . II, Amelia 

3779. Prof. Edward Elisha Phelps, b. 
Peacham, Yt., 24 April, 1803. Settled in Windsor, Yt., m. 
in Windsor, Yt., 30 Sept., 1829, Phebe Foxcroft Lyon, dau. 
of Josiah and Mehitabel (Foxcroft) Lyon, and b. Brookfield, 
Mass., 23 Juh-, 1806, d. Windsor, Yt., 17 Dec. 1887. 

Prof. Phelps died in Windsor, Yt., Nov. 26, 1880. He 
graduated from Capt. Alden Partridge's military school at 
Norwich, Yt., in 1820, began to study medicine at Dartmouth 
College in 1821 ; graduated from Yale Medical College at New 
Haven, Ct., in 1825; went south and assisted 111 survey of 
the Dismal Swamp Canal ; was elected professor of anatomy 
and surgery in the medical department of the University at 
Burlington, Yt. ; had degree of A. M. in 1835, and L. L. D. 
in 1857. Lie was appointed medical lecturer at Dartmouth, in 
184 1, and in 1842, was chosen professor of materia medica and 
medical jurisprudence. In 1S49 was transferred, to the pro- 
fessorship of the theory and practice of medicine, etc., and re- 
tired in [871. He was appointed surgeon-general of Yermout 
(46) 



1 7462. 


I 


7463- 


II 


+ 74 (1 4- 


III 



j 22 Seventh Generatio?i % 

in the breaking out of the civil war, and served on the staff 
of the 1st brigade, Yt. Vols., in the fall of 1861, and through 
the peninsular campaign in the spring and summer of 1862, 
when impaired health compelled his return. He was then 
placed in charge of the camp and military hospital at Burlir 
ton, Yt., and the latter was built under his supervision. 
Near the close of the war he was transferred to a hospital in 
Louisville, Ky. He originated the well advertised reme 
called "Paine's Celery Compound," the formula for which he 
freely gave to the \>. n. 

Children, b. Windsor, Yt.: 

Elisha, b. 6 July. 1S31.n1. Lucretia M. Bake 
Mary A., b. 24 July, 1833. Res. Windsor, Yt. 
George Benedict, b. 14 June, 1836, m, Eliza 
Bulkley. 

'.V t S'.\. Sarah Phelps, b. Barkhamsted, Ct., 
7 Feb., 1791, removed with her father to St. Johnsbury, Yt., 
m. Ephraim I i<. 

Child : 
7463. I. H. R, (Paddock). In 1880, at 130 Pearl St., 

Boston, Mass, 

3790. Mary Phelps, b. Windsor. Yt., m. 
Hon. James Augustus Paddock, whod. 25 April, of 
Dr. James Paddock. 

Mr. Paddoc'i Luated at Vermont University, studied 

law, and first settled in Windsor, Yt.. removing from there 
to Stonebi e he died. 

Children : 

466. I. James 1 Paddock), b, 1828, m. Sarah Swift 

Cowle-. 
II. Ephraim b. 1S35, d. unm. 

7466b. Ill Augustus " Res. Crafts- 

bury, Yt. 

3791. Susan Phelps, b. 13 Jan.. 1S16, m. 
4 Dec, 1840, Seth Fairchild Cowles, b. Peacham, Yt.. 10 June. 
1805, son of Timothy and Susan (Fairchild) Cow'. 

Mr. Cowles was a jeweler in Coventry. Yt. 



Seventh Generation. 723 

He m. 1st 8 June, 1831, Sylvia Gridley Strong, b. 10 April, 
1 8 10, d. 8 June, 1840, and had Susan Frances Cowles, and 
Sarah Swift Cowles, who m. James Paddock, No. 7466. 

Children, b. Coventry, Vt.: 
741 I. Charles Chandler (Cowles), b. 14 Oct., 1842, 

d. Coventry, Vt., 19 May, 1865. He was 
in Co. I, 1st Yt. Cavalry, in war of 1861, 
was captured and confined in Andersouville 
and Florence prisons, and died from the 
effects of his treatment there, soon after 
reaching home. 

7468. II. James Elkanah (Cowles). b. 7 Dec, 1847, d. 

13 July. 187;,, 1111m. 

7469. III. Edward Phelps (Cowles), b. 18 April, 1856, d. 

14 August, 1856. 

3796. Belinda Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
29 May, 179S, m. Amos Blodgett, 22 April, 1815. Settled in 
South Hero, Vt., where he died, and where his wife died 21 
March, 1 831. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

7470. I. Rollin S, (Blodgett), b. 3 July, 1817. 

7471 II. Ann Eliza b. 2 Oct., 1821, m. Ed- 

win Blackman. He was b. 20 Dec, 1S23. 
Settled in Chicago, 111. 

7472. III. Henry (Blodgett), b. 2 Dec, drowned 

in Burlington Bay, 1833, unm. 

7473. IV. Harriett J., (Blodgett), b. 1 Dec, 1821 

7474. V. Francis b. 1829, d. 21 March, 

1831, 

7475. VI. Francis " b. March, [831, d. 

1835. 

3797. Minerva Phelps, b, South Hero, Vt., 
18 June, 1801, m, 23 Sept., 1824, Abner B. Laudon, b. 16 
June, 1802. Settled in South Hero, Yt. 

Children, b. South Hero, Yt.: 

7476. I. Maria E. (Landon), b. 21 Nov., 1825, m. 

Edward M. Fletcher, 22 Nov.. 1843. 



7H 

7477 

747* 



>enth Generation.. 



II. Franklin (Landon), b. 2 May. 1827, m. Cor- 
delia M. Wittens, 3 Feb.. 1850. 

III. Ruth (Landon), b. 6 May. 1829, m. Henry L. 

Wood, 16 Dee., 1856. 
7479. IV. Belinda (Landon), b. 1 April. 1831. 
74 V. Frederick 'b. 16 May, 1834, m. Melissa 

Gardner, 10 May, 1859. • 

7451. VI. Charles C. (Landon), b. 1 June, [836. 

7452. VII. Henry C. b. 15 Jan 

June, 

7483. VIII. Joel or Jed b. 8 April, iS 

7484. IX. William " b. 9 Oct., 

3798. Cassius M. Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
23 Jan., 1804, m. 24 Jan.. 1830, Thankful S. Weeks, b. 16 
July, 1809. Mr. I'l. .ettled in South Hero, Vt., where he 

died. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

7485. I. Frances B., b. 28 May, [831, 

7486. II.. Harriet E., b. 18 June, 1832, in. 29 July, 1851,. 

Strong. Settled Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

74S7. III. L/Ucia B., b. 27 Oct., 1834,111. twio lov. 

[853, and 7 Feb.. 1S60. 

IV. AbbieW., b. 17 Dec. 1835. Res, Col- 

chester, Vt. 
V. Grace b. 5 D Sept., 1 

error. 
7490. VI. Weeks, b. 4 March, 1839, d. 26 May, 1841. 
74.: VI nma J., b. 1 1 Xo\ .. 184 

2. VIII. James K P., b. 7 June, 1843. 
74 IX. George M., b. 24 July, 1845. 

7494. X. John W., b. 8 June. 1 - 

7495. XI. Clara, b. 14 Jan.. 

7496. XII. Henry B., b. 16 June. 1851, d. 5 April, 1852. 
7407. XIII. Homer, b. 8 Ma 5. 

3802. Sai i.v Phelps, b. South Hero. Vt., about 
1814, m. Charles Landon. 

Children: 

7498. I. Charles (Landon). 

7499. II. Phebe 



Seventh Generation 



7*5 



3805. William E. Phelps, b. South Hero, 
Vt., 25 March, 1807, m. iS Sept., 1831, Ursula Phelps, No. 
3754, b. South Hero, Vt., 3 May, 1814. Now living in Mil- 
ton Centre, Vt. 

Mr. Phelps settled in South Hero, Vt.. and later in Milton, 
Vt., where he d. 27 Oct., 1889. He was a fanner. 

Children, b. South Hero, Vt., except last four : 
+ 7500. I. Miriam B.. b. 1 Dec., 1832, m. Buel Eaudou. 

+ 7501. II. Guy O., b. 20 May, 1831, m- Sarah E. Chees- 

raau. 
+ 7502. III. Josephine, b. 26 July, 1836, m, Emery Rey- 
nolds. 
7503. IV. Julian, b. 4 April, 1838. 

+ 7504. V. William H., b. 28 Eeb., 1841, m. Rose L. 

Greenman. 
7505. VI. Charlotte M., b. 9 April, 1843, d. 19 May, 

47- 
so6. VII. Susan A., b. 3 May. 1845, m. John D. Piatt. 
VIII. Lewis P., b. 18 Feb., 1847, d. 2 Zvlay, 187^, 
unm. 
7308. IX. Charlotte M., b. Milton, Vt., 21 Dec, 1848, 

d. Jan., 1879, unm. 
7509,* X. Byron Stevens, b. 13 May, 1851. 

7510. XI. Edith E., b. 25 Dec, 1853, d. 19 Sept., 1880, 
unm. 
+ 7511. XII. Samuel H.,'b. 16 Dec, 1857, m. Gertrude M. 
Ashley. 

3807. Timothy Phelps, b. South Hero, Vt., 
about 1810, m. Rhoda Adkins. She died South Hero. 
He married 2nd, Abigail Acker, who d. South Hero, Vt. 
He married 3rd, Lucy Zatmain, who d. South Hero, Vt. 
Children by 1st wife, b. South Hero, Vt.: 

7512. I. Huldah, b. about 1830. 

7513. II. Clarissa. 
7314. III. David W. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. South Hero, Vt.: 
7513. IV. Rhoda. 
7516. V. Amanda. 



726 Seventh Generation. 

7517. VI. Jacob. 

7518. VII. Joseph. 

Children by 3rd wife, b. South Hero, Yt.: 

7519. Vlll. Henry. 

7520. IX. George. 

3861. Chester Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 8 
Nov., 1776. Removed with his father and others to Aurora, 
N. V.. in 1794. He in. Elizabeth Bowman, b. New York 
State, or Bristol, R. I., d. Newport, R. I., in [806-7. 

Mr. Phelps was in the War of [812, enlisting 23 August, 
1812, discharged 5 Oct.. [814, under Capt. Amos Chaffee, and 
again from 14 Oct., to 30 Oct., under James Aspinwall, Com., 
all in the state militia, and was located at Groton, Ct. 

He w. 11 a farmer and is believed to have settled at Fort 
Adams, Newport, R. I., about 1805-6. 

Children : 

+ 7521. I. William Bowman, b. Fort Adam'-. Newport, 

R. I., 4 July, 1801, m. Matilda Williston. 
>2. II. Mary Ann, b. Newport, R. I., 1 Feb., 1803, 

d. July, 
7523. HI. Delany, a daughter, b. Newport, K. 1. 

:{S()'2. Chauncey Phelps, 1>. East Windsor, 
Ct., 31 Dec, 1778. Removed with his father and others to 
Aurora, N. Y., in 1794, m. Bertha Dadd. 
Mr. Phelps settled m Utica, X. Y. 

Child, b. Utica, N. Y.: 
24. 1. Philander Whitehorn, b. 10 July, 1810, m. 

Catharine Toole. 

3869. Dea. Austin Phelps, b. Aurora, N. 
Y., 7 May, 1790, in. 5 Nov., [820, Elizabeth Bennett. daughter 
of David and Mary (Botsford) Bennett. She was b. Roxbury, 
Ct., 11 May, 1801, d. Scipio. N. Y., 5 Jan. . He m. 2nd 

Lovisa Johnson, 22 July, 1 

Mr. Phelps settled in Scipio N. Y.. where he died. 

He was a Deacon in the PresbyUrian church and took a 
great interest in Sunday School. He established the first 
Sunday School in his neighborhood, and later many oth. 
throu°hout the State. 



Seventh Generation, 72J 

Children, by ist wife, b. Scipio, N. Y.: 

+ 7525. I. Elizabeth Ann, b. 9 Dec. 1823, m. Rev. 

Lorenzo Sco field. 

+ 7526.- II. Thomas H., b. 17 August, 1826, m. Henrietta 
Benedict. 

+ 7527. III. John Bennett, b. 17 Feb., 1828, m. Mary 

Crocker. 
I- 7528. IV. Sarah Helen, b. 2 June, 1830, m. Stephen 
Sullivan Sabin. 
7529. V. Noah Dennis, b. 21 Feb., 1832. Settled in 

St. Louis, Mo., and later removed to Cali- 
fornia. Was unmarried in i860. 

( liildreu, by 2nd wife, b. Scipio, N. Y. : 

+ 753°- VI. Columbia Miriam, b. 20 Sept., 1839, m. Fran- 
cis Bennett. 
7531. VII. Ezra A., b. 1836, d, in infancy. 

3870. Mary Phelps, b. New London, Ct., 
Ct., 1781. Removed with her father to Aurora, N. Y.. 1790, 
m. Edward Rainey, Jr. Settled in Aurora. N. Y., in i860, 
where he died and where she died same \ tar. 

3874. Lieut. Alfred Phelps, b. Aurora, N. 
Y., 13 Sept., 1792, m. Anna B. Tousley, Jul\ , 1820. Shewas 
Lghter of Roswell Tousley, and was b. Aurora, N, Y, 
Mr. Phelps graduated from college, joined the United States 
Army, receiving the appointment of lieutenant, serving in the 
war oi [812. He was at the Battle of Queenstown, where he 
was wounded and taken prisoner, and paroled to the close of 
the war. In r8i6 settled in Parkman, Ohio, and studied law. 

Children: 

753 2 - F Eliza, b. Parkman, Ohio, Sept.. 1X22. 

+ 7533. II. Seth Ledyard, b. Parkman, Ohio, 13 Jan., 

1824, in. Elizabeth Maynoden. 

7534. III. Alfred, b. Chardon, Ohio, 1 July, 1827. An 

attorney and councillor at law. 

7535. IV. Edward F., b. Chardon, Ohio, 6 Dec, 1831. 

7536. Y. Mary. b. Chardon, Ohio, 9 Feb., 1835, m. 

Henry M. Meseu, M, D., Painesville, Ohio. 



J28 Seventh Generation . 

3878. Phiana M. Phelps, b. Aurora, X. Y., 

1S00, m, Orlando Cutter, 1S20. Settled in Cleveland, Ohio, 
where he was a merchant. 

Children, b. Cleveland, Ohio: 

7537. I. Edward (Cutter). 

75 II. Orlando 

i'ss'i. Josiah Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct.. 
Feb 8. Removed with his father to Scipio, X. V., m. 

Elizabeth Ward well, at Scipio, X. Y., 1796. She was daughter 
of Isaac and Hannah (Trawl) Wardwell, and was b, I 

V., May, [780, d. Rochester. X Y.. 21 Feb., [832. Mr. 
Phelps settled in Scipio, X. V., where he d. 24 Dec, [841. He 
was a fanner. 

Children, b. Scipio, X. Y.: 
+ 7539. I. Milo, 1). iS Oct., 1797, m. Charlotte Belden. 

734". II. Arnold, l>. [6 Dec, 1799, d. 29 Feb., 1S44, 

unm, 
+ 7511. III. Ransom II. b. 27 Jan., 1802, m. Phebe 
1 lusted. 
;|2. IY. Ambrose, b, 4 June. 1807, m. Lucinda Sparks 
+ 7543. V. Corydon, b. 31 Oct., 1809, in. Susan Hoagleu. 

1-75 VI. 1 'h. J., b. 10 Dec. 1812, m. Georj 

ith. 
545. VII. Hiram, b. 29 . 1814, 1:1. Chariot 

Jump. 
7546. VIII. DeWitt Clinton, b. 17 March 1820, m. Bar- 
bara Ann Alleinan. 
:jss4. I  - b. Windsor, Ct.. about 

1771 m. Eva Coin-. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Dutchess Co., X. Y. Some of the 
children were lost in a storm on Lake Erie, while removing 

west. 

Children, b. Dutchess Co.. X. Y. : 

+ 7547. I. David, b. 1 i Dec . 1788, 1.1. Mary Moi'ey. 

7548. II. John, b. 2 Sept., 1790. 

7549. III. Roswell. 

7550. IY. Elizabeth. 111. Giles Burrill. 

7551. V. Polly, m. Jonathan Boric 
52. VI. Katharine. 



Seventh Generation. ~2q 

3886. Mary Phelps Marsh, b. Litchfield, 
Ct., Sept. 3, 1790. d. New Haven, Ct., May 6, 1857, m. Dec. 
22, 1821, John Dewey, b. Great Barrington, Mass., March 22, 
1783, d. New Haven, Ct., Jan. 25, 1844, son of Justin and 
Lucy (Mears) Dewey. Removed from Litchfield to New 
Haven, Ct., in 1832, and was a cabinet maker. 

Children, b. Litchfield, Ct.: 
7553. I. John Shethar (Dewey), b. Nov. 13, 1822, m. 

Cynthia Collins Camp. 
7534. II. Mary Jane (Dewey), b. Dec. 23, 1824, m. 

Frederic Bulklej . of Xcw Haven, Ct. 
7555. III. Clarissa Maria (Dewey), b. Dec. 24, 1828, d. 

July 23, 1847. 
7356. IV. Frances Amelia (Dewey), b. Oct. 13, 1830, d. 

June 28, 1S5S. 

3887. Simeon Phelps, b. Canaan, Ct.. 15 
May, 1 78 1. At the age of 9 years he removed with others to 
Johnstown. N. Y.. from there to Cato, N. Y. He m. Sophia 
W'etherby. She was daughter of - and Emma (Cutting) 
Wetherby, and was b. Woreester, Mass., 20 Jan., 1797. He 
m. second, . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Burton, N. Y,, d. 28 Jan., 1848. 

Children, b. Burton, N. Y., except last : 

7537. I. Sarah, b. 28 June, 1814, d. No i^sne. 

7338. II. Willis, b. 14 May. 1819. 

7359. III. Granger, b. 29 July, 1823, d. No issue. 
+ 7360. I\'. Lewis Nelson, b. Ira, N. Y., 13 Jan., 1826, 
m. twice. 

3892a. Joseph Rtjggles Phelps, b. New Mil- 
ford, Ct., 1793, in. Adeline Smith, probably at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. She was daughter of Erastus Smith, and was b. Dan- 
bury, Ct., in 1808, died at Nebraska City, 29 May, iS 

Mr. Phelps resided in New Milford, Ct., and in Kent, Ct., 
and before marrying probably removed to Poughkeepsie, N. 
Y., where he died in [858. He deeds lands in New Milford, 
and Kent, Ct., between 1812 and 1823, and signs as of "New 
Milford" the earlier dates, and " Kent " in 1822 and 1823, 
probably removing to Poughkeepsie soon after 1S23. 



\ 



73° 



Se z 'en th Genera tio n . 



561. 

7562. 



7563- 
7564- 

- 



Children, b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y.: 

I. Erastus, d. at sea. A sailor. 
II. Lucy, b. 16 May, 1S35. d. New York State in 
1863. 

III. Margaret, b. 28 May, 1843. 

IV. John, b. 10 Sept., 1846, d. 1862. in War of 

ellion. 
V. James, b. 10 Sept., 1846, unin., supposed to 

be drown • 
VI, Richard, b. 8 Oct., 
Also four children died in infancy. 



:{s»):{. James Ruggles Phelps, b, New Mil- 
ford, Ct., 23 Feb., 1794, m. Alta O. FairchiM, 9 Feb., 
Mr. Phelps settled in New Milford, Ct. 

Children, b. New Milford. Ct.: 

I. Emily, b. about 1822. 
II. John. b. 1825. 

III. Erastus, b. 1828. 

IV. Lucy, 1). 1S30. 
V. James Richard, b. 1835. 



7570- 
7571. 






:\s l M\. Elijah Beardsley Phelps, b. New 
Mil Ct., Ji July. 1799, m. 30 Dec. [821, Wealthy Law- 

rence b. Fishkill, N, V. 

Mr. Phelps taught school in Fishkill. N. V. His wife was 
one <>f his scholars. He settled in Fishkill. X. V.. soon re- 
turning to New Milford, Ct. 

hildren, b. New Milford, Ct.: 
I. Sarah, b. : n. Israel Sutherland. 

II. A: m. Nicholas McArthur. 

III. William Ru [ u. Harriet Atkil - ttled 

in II!: - 
IV. Robert W., m. - tied Clinton, Mas 
V. Charles W. Settled in Illim 
VI. Chauncey. Settled in Amherst, Mi 
VII. John W. A soldier in War of Rebellion. 

VIII. Tamar Ann, m. Bailey. Settled 111. 

IX. Mary K.. 111. — Atkins. Seltled in 111. 



+ 7 
+ 7373 

7^7^ 

757 s 
7579 



Seventh Generation . 731 

3898. Caroline Phelps, b. New Milford, Ct., 
21 July, 1804, 111. William Wright, b. Fishkill, N, Y., where 
he settled. 

Children, b. Fishkill, X. Y.: 

7581. I. George P. (Wright). 



75'^ 
7583 
75*4 
7585 



IP Rebecca A. 
III. William 
[V. Emily 

V. Caroline 

 3899. William C. Phelps, b. New Milford, 
Ct., 4 April, i~~o6, m. Theresa Garlick. 
Mr. Phelps died in Mexico. 

Children, b. New Milford, Ct.: 

7586. I. Oliver b. 1830, d. 30 Jan., 1866. 

7587. II. Frederick. 

7588. III. Caroline. 
7vSq. VI. Sarah. 
7590, V. William. 

'V.)\0. Charles Fillkv, b. Windsor, Ct., 29 
Aug., bpt. 11 Nov., 1792, m. Lucy Wait, of Lester, Vt., 25 
Dec, 1814. She died 24 August, 1822. He m. 2nd, Maria 
Kimball, of Salisburv, Vt., 10 Oct., 1824. She d. 20 August, 
1 329. He m. 3rd Martha Bruce Butterfield, of Rutland, Vt., 
25 Sept., 1830. Shed. 21 July, 1846. He m. 4th Sarah D. 
Severy, of Salisbury, Vt. Mr. Filley settled in Fester, Va. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Fester, Vt.: 

759i- f. Albert (Filley), b. 29 Aug., 1815. Removed 

to South America. 

7592. II. Marcellus (Filley), b. 17 July, 1818. 

7593. III. Charlotte b. 5 Jan., 1820. 

Child, by 4th wife, b. Fester, Vt.: 
7594- IV. Agues C. M. (Filley), b. ro July, 1840. 

3913. Austin Fillev, 1), Windsor, Ct., 1799,. 
m. Martha Flanders of Newport. N. H., 19 Dec, 1819. 
Mr. Filley settled in Leon, N. Y. 

Children : 



Jj2 Seventh Generation. 

7595. I. George C. (Filley), b. Hampton, X. Y. , 14 

Feb., 1822. 

7596. II. Martha L. (Filley), b. Leon, X. Y.. 3 Jan. . 

7. m. Wm. Rose. 
7597- III. Julia M. (Filley). b. Leon, N. Y., 1 April, 
[832, m. Hiram Rideont. 

7598. IV. Charles H. (Filley). b. Leon, X. Y.. 19 Feb., 

[836, m. Mahala Rideout. 

3915. Susan Smith, b. Southwick, Mass., 2- 
August, 1800, m. Marcus Phelps, 4 July, 1820, son of Isaac 
and Joannah (Hathaway) Phelps, and was b. Siinsbury, Ct.,9 
April, 1795. See also descendants of George Phelps, 

Mr. Phelps settled in ('tis, Mass., removing to Southwick, 
Mass., where he died 1 Nov.. 1876, buried in West field, Mass 
He was made Sergt, of Militia in rst Regt., 9th Div., Mass. 
Vol. His widow died Southwick, Mass., Sept., i x 
Children, b. Otis, Mass.: 

7599. I. Henry (Phelps), b, 5 May, [821, m. Elizabeth 

Smith. 

7600. II. Charles " b. 31 August, 1823, m. Mary 

Ann Ann 

7601. III. Susan Cecilia (Phelps), b. 10 July [825, m. 

James Lloyd Shepard. 

7602. IV. Julia Ann (Phelps), b. 26 Dec, - m. Wil- 

liam Franklin Peckham. 
.3. V, Henrietta Emily 1 Phelps), b. 11 May, [835. 

7604. VI. William Wallace b. 39- 

- 05. VII. George (Phelps), b - ... 1841, d. 28 Jan., 
1842. 
VIII. Josephine Amelia (Phelps), b. 28 July. 1843. 
7607. IX. Frances Elizabeth b. 18 Feb., 1846, 

d. 21 Jun 4. 

3916. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 31 
August, 1800, in. Newman K. Chaffee, in Springfield, Mass 
[5 March, 1820. I; son of Thomas and Abigail (Knowl- 
ton) Chaffee, and was Becket, Mass.. 15th Dec, 1796. Set- 
tled in Becket, Mass., where he died 15 Dec, 1858, on his 
birthday. He was a farmer. His wife, Elizabeth, d. Becket, 
Mass., 30 April, 1856. 



7608. 


I. 


Ebenezer 


+ 7609. 


II, 


Frederick 


+ 7610. 


III. 


Wolcott 


+ 7611. 


IV. 


Joseph C. 



Seventh Generation. /jj 

Children, b. Becket, Mass.: 

I. Ebenezer (Chaffee), b. 12 Dec., 1820. Res. 

Rutland, Vt., num. 
" b. 17 March, 1823, m. Char- 
lotte Thrall, 
b. 15 June, 1826, m. Jen- 
nette A. Judd. 
" b. 1 g August, 1828, m. Car- 
oline. Laflin Phelps. No. 

45 i s - 
-f-7612. V. Elizabeth A. " b. [831, m. William Alson 

Messenger. 

3918. Ruth Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 19 April, 
1S05, in. 14 March, 1833, at Troy, N. Y., Lewis Chandler, 
Jr. He was son of Lewis and Sarah (Bailey) Chandler, and 
was b. Rowe, Mass., 29 March, 1798. Settled in Schuyler- 
ville, X. Y., and was a master mechanic. He died there *22 
Feb., 1S43. His widow, Ruth, d Hartland, Wis., 21 May,. 
1863. 

Children, b. Schuylerville, N. Y.: 

7613. I. Sarah Elizabeth (Chandler), b. 15 Feb., 1S34, 

d. 7 April, 1836. 

7614. II. Mary Rocelia " b. 13 May, 1835,. 

in. . Res. Rochester, N. Y. 

,- 15. III. Julia Sarah (Chandler), b. 6 Oct., 1838. 

7616. IV. Ruth Matilda li b. 21 Sept. 1841. 

3020. Matilda Phelps, b. Suffield, Ct., 1 
July, 1810, m. 16 March, in Schuylerville, N. Y., Samuel 
Chandler. He was son of Lewis and Sarah (Bailey) Chandler, 
and w r as b. Rowe, Mass,, 7 August, 1801, settled in Benning- 
ton, Yt., where he d. 5 May, 1885, and where his wife d. 1 
April, 1870. He was a merchant there. 

Children, b. Bennington, Yt.: 

7617. I. Edwin S. (Chandler), b. 29 May, 1842. Res. 

Bennington, Yt. 

7618. II. Emily Lavinia (Chandler), b. 28 June, 1845,. 

d. 26 May. 1S47. 



j32 Seventh Generation. 

3921. Julia Ann Phelps, b. Becket, Mass., 
28 April, 1817, in. 16 March, 1S41, at Schuylerville, X. Y., 
Dexter S. Goodwin. He was son of Eldad F. and Lucy 
Goodwin, and was b. Albany, N. Y., 25 Dec., 1815. 

Mr. Phelps resided in Schuylerville, N, Y., and in Milton. 
Hartland, and Burlington, Wis.. Worker in metal-. Now 
living in Burlington, Vt. His wife died in Burlington, \'t., 

28 Feb. . [896. 

Children : 

761 9 I. Sarah E. G vim. b. Schuylerville, X. Y., 

11 Sept., 1842, d. [3 April, [843. 

7620. II. George P. (Goodwin), b. Milton, Wis., 23 

March, 1844. 

- 21. III. Charks A. b. Hartland, Wis., 

20 Oct., 1849. 

,-< 12. IV. Resalia E. " b. 

3 June, 1853. 

7623. V. Frank I). " b. 

23 Sept., [855. 

7624. VI. Carrie B. b. 

25 May, [858, d. 8 Nov., 1861. 

3922, Oliver Hanmer Phelps, b. Westfield, 
Mass. . April, 1786, m. Mary Alice Miner, b. 51 Dec, 1817, 
d. 8 April. 1886. Mr. Phelps settled in Mansfiel 

d. lo S< pt. [8 13, in his 78th year. 

Children, b. Mansfield. Pa.: 
+ 7625. I. Mary Ann, b. 29 Se ni. Miner A. 

Cook. 
+ 7 6: II. SophroniaA., b. 27 July, 1824, m. Philetus 

R. Dors« 
27. III. Charles II.. b. 3 Feb.. [8; m. Harry L. 
Robinson, d. 6 March, 1871. 
+ 7628. IV. John Miner, b, 21 July, 1828, m, Emily Clark. 

7629. V. A; kson, b. 8 Feb., 1830, in. twice. 

7630. VI. Henrietta, b. 17 March, 1833, d. 10 March. 

186 . 

7631. VII. Laura, b. 26 May. 1835, d. 2 June. 1844. 

+ 7632. VIII. Hiram YanBuren, b. 24 August m. 

twice. 



Seventh Generation. yjj 

3924. Mary Ann Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 

25 May, 1790, m. Dennis Arms. 

Children : 

7633. I. Shepard (Arms). 

7634. II. James 
7633. III. Charles 
7636. IV. 

3925. Julia Phelps, b. Westfield. Mass., 26 
April, T792, probably in. George Lord, b. East Windsor, Ct., 
8 April, 179 — , sou of George and Polly (Hill) Lord. Settled 
in East Windsor. Ct. 

Children, b. East Windsor : 



7637. 


I. 


George (Lord 


)• 




7638. 


II. 


Frank 






7639- 


III. 


Kneelaud " 






7640. 


IV. 


Albert 






7641. 


V. 


Julia 


b. 25 Aug. 


, 1S25, d. 15 mos 


7 f 'f2, 


VI. 


Lorin 


d. 31 July, 


1825. 



3926. Louisa Phelps, b, Westfield, Mass., 20 
March, 1794, m. Sergt. Carlton Noble. He was son of Samuel 
Noble, and was b. Westfield, Mass., 5 April, 1791. Settledin 
Springfield, Mass. He died in Jackson, Mich., about 1864. 
His wife d. Springfield, Mass., Dec, 1854. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 
+ 7643. I. Charles Phelps (Noble), b. 23 Oct., 1815, m. 

Philury Jane Pease. 
+ 7644. II. Mary Smith m. William Porter 

Adams. 
7645, III. Samuel Wesley b. 16 April, 18:9, m. 

Almira Maria Badger. She was divorced 
from him. No issue. 

3927. Gilbert Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
31 May, 1796, m. Eliza Bottom,- at Guilford. N, Y., 5 Jan., 
1833. She was daughter of Walter and Dollie (Clark) Bottom, 
and was b. Windham, Ct., 5 Nov., 180S, d.- Kelleytown, Pa., 
20 Oct., 1875. 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. Resided in Guilford, Unadilla, 



yj6 Seventh Generation . 

Richmond, Mansfield. Canoe Camp, Pa. Hed. in Kelleytown, 
Pa., April, 1882. 

Children: 

+ 7646. I. Pydia, b. Guilford, X. Y., 29 Sept., 1S23, m. 

Isaac Holden. 
7647. II. Charles Watson, b. Guilford, X. Y.. ro Nov., 

1824, d. num. 
148. III. Harriett, b. Unadilla, X. Y.. 30 .March, [826, 

m. Thomas.  

7(149. IV. Franklin, b. Unadilla, X. Y., 9 Feb., 1827, 

m. . Res. Ladona, Pa. 

7650. Y. Anelera, b. Klkland, Pa.. 12 Sept., 1730, d. 

mini. 
+ 7651. VI. Krastus, b. Klkland, Pa., 3 Oct., 1831, m. 

Whittaker. 

^2. VII. Juliette, b. Richmond, Pa., 3 Jan., [833, m. 

Whittaker. 

;. VIII. Caroline, b. Mansfield, Pa., 22 Oct., 1835, d. 
there. 

7654. IX. Charles Walker, b. Mansfield, Pa., 28 Jan., 

1 839, d. mini 

7655. X. Henry, b. .Mansfield, Pa., 24 Jan., d. there. 
+ 76 XI. Watson Clay, 1>. Mansfield, Pa,. 30 Jan., 1845, 

m. Mar\ Dike Maxwell. 
,057. XII. Mary Jennette, b. Canoe Camp, 1 Nov., 

17, m. William W. Mann. 

3<j:{s Eber Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass 
Feb., 1820, m. 1841, Sarah Ann Phelps, b. We>tfield. Mass 
18 March 1S1S, d Westfield, Mass Jan.. iS44- She was 

of George Phelps' descendants 

He married 2nd Jan.. 1845, Harriet L,ucy Edwards, b. 6 
Aug., 1826. 

Mr. Phelps settled iu Westfield, Mass., and Portage, Ohio. 
In 1859 he removed to California. 

Child, by 1st wife, b. Westfield, Mass 
+ ;< I. Sarah Jane, b. 4 July, 1^42. m. Charles Car- 

roll Pratt. 

Children, by 2nd wile, b. Westfield, Ma 



rntJi Generation, 737 

7659. II. Ellen Harriet, b. 30 Sept., 1836. 

7060. III. Henry Eber, b. 20 May, 1858. 

3940. Lester Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 11 
Aug., 1795, in. Elizabeth Clou gh of Springfield, Mass., pub- 
lished 5 May, 1819. She probably died soon without issue. 
He in. 2nd Keziah Clough, sister of his first wife. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Mount Morris, N. Y., where he d. 14 
Sept., 1880. 

Children, by 2nd wife, b. Mount Morris, N. Y.: 
7661. I. Sarah Ann. 



7662 

+ 7663 

7664 

7665 



II. Mary. 

III. George Benjamin, m. Agnes Phillipson, 

VI. Francis, b. 20 Aug., 1S32. 

V. Emma, b, 28 Jan,. 1834. 



3941. Mary Phelps, b. Granby, Ct., 20 Feb., 
179S, m. James Arthur Scoville, at Pompey, N. Y., 29 Oct., 
1818. 

He was b. Pompey, N. Y., 6 Aug., 1798, where he settled 
and died 14 Jan., 1844. 

His widow Mary d. 3 April, 1844, at the house of her son 
George, in Chicago, 111. 

Children, b. Pompey, N. Y.: 

7666. I. Emily (Scoville), b. 31 July, 1819, d, 22 

Sept., 182 1. 

7667. II. George (Scoville), b. 10 Oct., 1834. 

7668. III. Augustus James (Scoville), b. 16 Sept., 1828; 

Settled in Minneapolis, Minn, 

394-2. Nancy Phelps, b. Granby; Ct., 17 
March, 1801, m. Stephen Hendrick, b. Easthampton, Mass., 
9 July, 1792, where he settled, and d. 1 Aug., 1876, and 
where his wife d. 7 Aug., 18S3. 

Children, b. Easthampton, Mass.: 

7669. I. Chauncey R. (Hendrick), b. 16 Dec, 1821, 

d. 11 Sept., 1862, Southampton, Mass. 

7670. II. Stephen R. (Hendrick), b. 2S Nov., 1824, d. 

27 Jan., 1835. 

(47) 



7j8 Seventh Generation. 

7671. III. Rachel J. (Hendrick), b. 14 April. 1826. 
76; IV. Nancy A. " b. 29 August, 1828. 

7673. V. Stephen V. R. " b. 28 March, 183 1. 

7674. VI. James M. " b. 28 March, 1833. 

7675. VII. George W. " b. 12 Nov., 1835. 

7676. VIII. Henry W. " b. 24 Sept., - 

7677. IX. Edward " b. 15 Jan.. 1.S42. 

3943. Eliza Phelps, b. Granby, Ct.. 27 An 
[804, in. Orson Barnes. 25 Feb., (823. Hv was son of Wil- 
liam and Sarah (Millard) Barnes, and was b. Pompey, X. Y.. 
26 March, d Avon S -, X. V., 6 August, [852. 

Mr. Barnes first Pompe . X. Y.. and from there 

to Baldwinsville, X. Y., where his widow. Elizabeth, now re- 
Sides. H< I supt. of schools my years. 

Children : 

I. William (Barnes), b. ! . X. Y.. 26 May, 

1825, m. Emily P. Weed. 
+ 76; II. Horace Phelps (Barnes), b. Pompey, X. Y., 

_■ 5 Sept. m. Charlotte Davoux. 

+ 76 III. Orson (Barnes), b. Pompey, X. Y., 20 Sept., 

1829, m. Sally Danforth. 
81. IV. Sarah Paiza (Barnes) b. Baldwinsville, X. Y., 
1 July, 1833. Res. Palmer. X. Y. Uiini. 
+ 7682. IV. Lucien (Barnes), b. Baldwinville, X. Y., 

Dec, r835, m. AugustaE. Trumble. 

3944. Hon. Wil - - • mby, Ct.. 
25 Feb., m. Maria Bartlett, 1 Marc) She v 

daughter of Pliny and (M01 1 Bartlett, and was b. Spring- 

, where she d. 10 June. i v 
Mr. Phely Led in ^ .field. Ma I from 1 

to 1S42, when he resided in 1 w . At the age of 

nineteen he bought a grocery store - field, Mas- In 

[838 he began railroad speculations by contracting to build a 
section of the Western R, R.. now Boston and Albany. This 
near Dalton, Mass He was also a contractor on 
the Xew London and Northern R. R.. also on the I 
Watertown and Ogdensburg R. R.. the Terre Haute and Al- 
ton and St. Louis R. R.. and Boston and Fitchburg R. R.,. 



Seventh Generation. 739 

New Haven and Danbury R. R., the Conn., Springfield and 
At hoi, and the Conn, Central, in all of which he was inter- 
ei ted and in some taking an active financial position in the 
directory, 

He built in all about 2000 miles of R. R. in the several dif- 
ferent companies. He was always a democrat. In 1S44 he 
was elected County Commissioner, of Hampden Co., and was 
a state senator in 1848, and member of the House in 185". 
He was a member of the first common council of the city of 
Springfield, and the year following was an alderman. He was 
also the first president of the Springfield Savings Bank, and 
one of the founders and directors of the Fire and Marine In- 
surance Co., of Springfield, and also one of the organizers and 
directors of the Pynchou Bank of Springfield. He d. in 
Springfield, Mas-. 25 March, 1883, 

Children : 
7 183. I. Laura Maria, d. young. 

+■7684 II. Henry Willis, b. 15 March, 1830, in, Annie 

N. Warner. 
7685. III. A daughter, d. young. 
+ 7 (1 IV- John Wesley, in. twice. Settled in Cortland, 

N. Y. 
3945. Jane Phelps, b. Grauby, Ct. 6 Oct., 
[808, m. John McHarrie, 21 August, 1828, at Baldwinsville, 
N. Y. He was b. in Maryland, 1 792, settled in Baldwinsville, 
X. Y. She m. 2nd, Horace Shumway, 28 May, 1835. Set- 
tled in Baldwinsville, N. Y., where he died 29 Ma}', 186] 
His widow Jane now lives there. 

Children by 1st husband, b. Baldwinsville, X. Y. : 
7687. I. John (McHarrie), b. 23 August, 1S30, d. 20 

Feb., 1881. 
II. John (McHarrie), b. 24 July, 1832, d. 19 
Sept., 1837. 
Children by 2nd husband, b. Baldwinsville, X. Y. : 
7'' : ' III. John Phelps (Shumway), b. 13 Oct., 1836. 

7690. IV. Mary (Shumway), b. 15 March, [837. 

7691. V. Maria b. 6 June. 1841, d. 25 

Sept., 1864, num. 

7692. VI. Lillian (Shnmway), b. 24 April, 1S48. 
7693- VII. A child " d. at birth. 



7 jo Seventh Generation. 

3947. Almira Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
27 July. 1814, m. Joseph Holman, b. England. Settled in 
Salem, Oregon. His wife, in 1S40, went to Oregon, as a 
missionary to the Mat Head Indians, where she met and mar- 
ried Mr. Holman, and where they settled. She d. in Oregon, 
16 Oct., 1874. Her eldest child, George, is said to have been 
the first white child born in ( >regon. 

Children, b. Salem, Oregon: 

7694. I. George (Holman). Settled in Portland < )re- 

A commercial traveler, 

7695. I !. Mary (Holman ). 
>6. III. Almira 

769 IV. Martha " 

3948. Hoi Phelps, b. Springfield, Mas-,., 

t8 Nov., [817, m. at Springfield, Mass., Eliza Turner, 13 
Feb., 1839, published 27 Jan., 1839, b. Springfield, Mass., 13 
Ma\ 

Mr. Phelps .mi Springfield, Mass., where he d. 5 

July, [852. 

Children, b. Springfield, Mass.: 

76' I. Frances P.. b. 25 Nov., 1839, m. Dr. Dow. 

iled in Reading, Ma--. 
76 II. George T., b, 3 July. 1842. 

770 III. Mar\ E., b. 5 Dec, 1844. vSettled Detroit. 

394-9. George Washington Phj . West 

Springfield, Mass.. 27 Oct., m. at Greenbush, X. V., 

Dec. 1, 1S41, Persis Curtis, b. Dalton, Mass.. Aug. 9, 1821, 
d. Mt. Morris, X. V., June > 2, dau. of Abner and Per 

(How) Curtis. 

Mr. Phelps is a railroad contractor and lives in Mount 
Morris, X. Y. 

Children : 

7701. I. Georgiana, b. Holliston, Mass , March 30, 

,-, d. April 18, 1 
+ 7702. II. Alice, b. Springfield. Mass., March 10, i 1 - 

m. Charles O. Thomas. 
+ 7703. III. Jennie Shumway, b. Springfield, M Sept. 

29, 1856, m. George S. Ralston. 



Seventh Generation . 7// 

7704. IV. George Washington, b. Mt. Morris, N. Y., 

Feb. 9, 1866, m. Marengo, 111., Nov. 2, 
1887, Lette Missick, dan. of William H. 
and Cornelia (Sage) Missick. No issue. 
Res. Mt. Morris, N. Y. 

3960. Frances Louisa Phelps, b. New York 

city, 20 June, 1818, m. Alfred Williams, 22 Nov., 1826. Set- 
tled in New York, He was b. 15 July, 1806, d. 16 April, 
[861. She m. 2nd, Joseph Sexton Hawkins. 1 Jan., 1868. 
He was b. 3 Dec, 1805, d. 1 March, 1871. She was living in 
April of 1896. 

Child by 1st husband, b. New York city: 

7705. I. James Alfred (Williams), b. 7 May, 1S38, m. 

Fannie Pittman, of Pontiac, Mich., 5 Oct., 
1864. He d. 26 Aug., 1893. No issue. 

$961. James Lodowick Phelps, b. New York 
City, 4 Oct., 1819, m. Adelaide D. Miller, at Bethlehem, Pa., 
30 Aug., 1845. She was daughter of Thomas and Louisa 
Miller, and was b. New York City, 12 Sept., 1825. Living 
April, 1896. 

Mr. Phelps was a lawyer and a real estate and insurance 
ut. He died at 224 Monroe street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 3 
X<>\ ., 1898. 

Mr. Phelps and wife celebrated their Golden Wedding, at 
their home in Brooklyn, 30 Aug.. 1 S95. They are justly 
proud of this fact, as on both sides of family, no Golden Wed- 
ding had taken place, with the exception of the parents of Mr. 
Phelps, and the grand-parents of his mother's side, who 
- ached over 53 years, and upwards in wedlock. 

Children, b. New York City : 

7706. I. James Lodowick, b. 8 Feb., 1S47, d. 4 May, 

148. 

7707. II. Lonisa Augusta, b. 3 Sept.. [848, d. 19 Aug., 

1 -' [9 . 

7708. III. Gertrude Emma, 1). 21 March, 1851, d. 27 

June, 1S52. 
H 77- IV. Adelaide Louisa, b. 16 June, 1853,111. Wil- 

liam Raine) Woodward. 



yj.2 Seventh Generation. 

7710. V. Catharine Anne, b. 24 Sept.. 1854, d. 13 

Nov., 1854. 
+ 7711. VI. James L-, b. 3 Feb., i86i, 111. Florence Isa- 
bella Fisher. 

3964. .Mary Prentiss Phelps, b, New York 
City, 25 June, 1815, m. James H. Bratty, 2 Oct.. [838. He 
was b. 27 May, 1820, and settled in New York City. 
Children, b. New York City : 
7712. I. Elizabeth Augusta (Bratty), b. 8Sept.,i8« 

d. 3 Oct., c8 
77- II. Frances Louisa (Bratty - pt., 1850, m. 

John B. Bogart. 
14. III. Raymond Mitchell (Bratty), 1>. [3 Dec., 1853, 
ni. Jennie Demarest, 12 Dec. 1873. 
77- IY. Frederick William (Bratty), b. 13 Feb. 
in. . 

3967. Anna THERESA Ph b. New York 
City, 24 Sept.. 1831, m. Charles Theodore Rente. 23 Dec. , 
[£56. He w 1 "l" Charles Th and Mary (Ha. 

er) Rente, b. Bremen. He settled in New York City, 
where he d. 15 Dec, He was a His 

widow resides in White Plain-.. X. Y. 

Child, b. New York City : 
7- 1 I. An: •■ b. 4 March. 

3968. Edward Vandes  New 
York City, 1 June, 1^54. m. Mary ' H 

quam, X. J.. 25 March. [857. Shewn- Rice and 

Ruth H. Hadsell, and was b. Manasquam, X. J 21 Jan., 
Living . - . Louis, V 

Mr. Pheh 5 at 1815 Biddle St., St. 

Louis, Mo. 

Chikh' 
771-7. I. Minnie Louis Manasquam, X. J. 9 Aug 

[858, d. 1,; March. 
77: II. Wilmott Rowell. b. Manasquam, X. J. 

Jan.. d. 26 July, in . 

7719. III. Charles Theodore, b. Sandoval, 111. 30 Jan., 

1863, in. 



Seventh Generation . ~jj 

7720. IV. Henry Lodowick, b. Sandoval, 111. 3 August. 

1865, d. 29 Jan.. 1866, 
+ 7721. V. Hattie Lousia, b. Sandoval, 111. 20 Sept., 

1867, m. Isaac C. Martin. 
7722. VI. Edward Vanderpool, b. Sandoval, 111. 13 

June, 1S73, d. 5 March, 1875. 
+ 7723. VII. Leon Vanderpool, b. Sandoval, 111. 12 Nov., 
E875, m. Lena Graeser. 

7724. VIII. Herbert Hadsell, b. Sandoval, 111. 4 Feb., 

1S78. 

7725. IX. Alfred W., b. Sandoval, 111. 4 Feb., 1878, d, 

18 Feb., 187 

3972. Elizabeth Adelaide Phelps, b. Hart- 
ford, Ct., 3 March, 1814-5, m. 9 Sept., 1835, Joseph Mabbett 
Warren, b. Troy, N. Y., 28 Jan., [813. Settled in Troy, N. 
V. He d. 9 Sept., 1896, and his wife d. 20 July, 1891. 
Children, b. Troy, N. Y.: 

7726. I. Stephen (Warren), b. 23 August, 1S36, d. 16 

Oct., 1837. 
+ 7727. II. Mary Mabbett (Warren), b. 6 May, 1838, m. 

John Isaac Thompson. 
+ 7728. III. Walter Phelps (Warren), b. 13 June, 1841, 

m. Martha Mabbett Warren. 
7729. IV. Josephine (Warren), b. 22 August, 1842, d. 

21 April, 1843. 
+ 7730. V. Phebe McKean (Warren), b. 5 August, 1844, 

m. Isaac McConehe. 
+ 7731. VI. Ann (Warren), b. 21 Feb., 1849, m. John M. 

Glidden. 
7732. VII. Stephen (Warren), b. 28 June, 1852, d. 2 

Sept., 1864. 

3974. Julia Louisa Phelps, b. Hartford, Ct,, 
10 Dec, 1818, d. 7 March, 1892, m. 8 June, 1S42, Rev. 
George Huntington Nicholls, D. D., b. Bridgeport, Ct., 16 
Nov., 181S, son of Charles Theophilus and Sarah Lewis 
(Tomlinson) Nicholls of Bridgeport Ct. Mr. Nicholls graduated 
at Trinity College, Hartford, Ct., 1839, was ordained deacon 
1841, priest 1S42, was rector of St. John's Church, Salisbury, 



J44- Seventh Generation . 

Ct., 1845, Grace Church, Cherry Valley, New York, 1854, St. 
Mark's Church, Hoosick Falls, X. Y., 1865, rector emeritus, 
1882, S. T. D. Hobart College, N. Y., 1- 

Res. Hoosick Falls, X. Y. Mr. Nicholls was grandson of 
Philip and Mary (Price) Nicholls, gr. grandson of Theophilus 
and Sarah (Curtis) Nicholls, gr. gr. grandson of Richard and 
Comfort (Sherman) Nicholls, and gr. gr. gr. grandson of 
Isaac and Margaret Nicholls. Isaac was _:. Francis 

Nicholls, who came from 1 1 and was an original 

proprietor of Stratford Ct. 

Children : 
77 I. Charles Philip (Nicholls), b. Hartford, Ct., 13 

July, 1S43, d Oct., 18 :.;„ 
+ 7734. II Elizabeth \\ (Nicholls), b. Salisbury, 

( 1.. 24 April, [S45, m. Walter A. Wood. 
+ 7735. III. George Huntington (Nicholls), b. Salisbury, 
Ct., 17 Jan., 1847, m. Mary E. Smith. 
7736. IV. William Sheltoii (Nicholls), b. Salisbury, Ct., 

21 March, [849. 
77 V. Jul. lps (Nicholls), b. Salisbury, Ct,, 10 

Au : . d. 20 July, i> - 

+ 7;- VI. Mary (Nicholls), b. Cherry ^\ N. Y 

May, 1855, m. Charles W. Barhum. 

3980. Gen. Wai Phelps, b. Hartford. 

Ct., Oct. 20. [832, d. Bennington, Yt.. Eel B78, buried 

in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, N. Y., m. at Providem 
R. I., by bishop Clark of R. I., March 27, 1 Eliza Ann 

henk, b. Philadelphia, Penn., April an. of Jam 

M. and Harriet (Tilling Schenck. 

Gen. Phelps entered Trinity College, Hartford, Ct., but 
after two .or three years he wi a, that 

his father secured him a pi - a captai .  rk in the 

navy. In 1849 he went around the Horn to California, and 
after some experience in the mines, he returned and went in- 
to the lumber business in Glens Falls, N. Y. 

He enlisted for two inning of the civil war, 

and wa> colonel of the 22nd N. Y. Volunteer-, taking part in 
nine battles. He was made Brevet Brigadier General on the 
field, and his brigade was known a- the "Iron Brigad He 



Seventh Veneration. 7/5 

became treasurer of the Millerton Iron Co., residing in Mil- 
lerton, N. Y., and Lakeville, Ct. He died at Bennington, 
Vt., while on a business trip. 

Children : 

+ 7739. I. Anne Theresa, b. Glens Falls, N. Y., Feb. 1, 

1856, m. William M, Barnum. 

7739a. II. Harriett, b. Glens Falls, N. Y., April 27, 

1857, d. April 23, i860. 

7740. III. Edith, b. Glens Falls, N. Y., March 26, 1863, 
d. Mamaroneck, N. Y., March 26, 1892. 
+ 7740a. IV. Mary, b. Lakeville, Ct., April 1, 1866, m. 
William A. Jacob. 

3984. Col. Elsworth Newbury Phelps, b. 
Windsor, Ct., 9 Feb., 1826, m. 25 Nov., 1850, Lucy Ann 
Marshall. She was daughter of Warren and Elizabeth (Wol- 
cott) Marshall, and was b. Windsor. Ct., 14 Nov., 18 7 

Mr. Phelps settled in Windsor, Ct. He is a farmer and a 
prominent tobacco grower. He was Col. of the 22nd Conn. 
Regt. in Civil War. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 

+ 774]. I. Samuel Elsworth, b. 30 Jnne, 1852, m. Adelia 

T. Filley. 
+ 7742. II. Anna Marshall, b. h Jan., 1858, m. Hugh 

Harbison. 

3985. George Phelps Newbury, b. Sanger- 
field, N. Y. 24 Nov., 18 17, m. Rebecca Scrantou. 

Mr. Newbury settled in Romeo, Mich., where he d. Aug., 
1884. 

Children, b. Romeo, Mich.: 

7743- F John Starkweather (Newbury), b. 1 June, 

1862. 
7744. II. George Elihu (Newbury), b. 15 Oct., 1863. 

7745- HI. Mary Phelps b. 16 Oct., 181 

7746. IV. Alfred Mills " b, iSept., 1S72. 

7747. Y. Fannie ~E. 

774«- VI. Margaret Ann " b. Aug., 1881. 

31)87. Henry Newbury, b. Sangerfield, N. 
Y. 12 Aug., [822, m. Margaret Moore, 11 July, 1S44. 



~y"5 Seventh Generation . 

Mr. Newbury settled in Monroe, Mich., where he d. 26 
June, 1866. 

Children, b. Monroe. Mich.: 

7749- I. Walter Ashley (Newbury), b. 22 April. 1846. 

7750. II. Edward Henry b. 10 May, 1. 

7751. III. William Klihu b. 30 March, is'50. 
IV. Charles Pie b. 1 * April, [852. 

77^3- V. Mary Aim ira b. 25 Feb., 1854, 

m. Austin Yates hadue, 10 July. 1873. 
77.S4. VI. John Phelps (Newbury), b. 30 April, [861. 

o'.)9S. John Stotjghton Newbury, b. Sanger- 

field, N. V. [8 Nov.. [826, m. Harriet Newell Robinson. She 

d. 11 Sep; m. 2nd, Helen Permelia Handy. She 

Truman and Harriet (Newcomb) Handy, and 

wash. Cleveland, Ohio, is Nov., 1835, Mr. Newbury settled 

in Detroit, Mich., where he d, 11 June He was a 

lawyer and became eminent in marine law, and represented 

district in U. S -ess of [871. Was president of the 

Can Co., became very wealthy, and was a large 

owner in rail md lands in Northern Michigan. He v. 

a 1 : supportf ill public enterprises in Detroit, and at 

his death left a fortune of leaving to the Detroit 

An Museum %\ >o, and with another citizen left • >oo 

to establish a free Homeopathic Hospital in his city. 

Child, by 1st wife b. Detroit. Mich.: 
+ 77 I. Harrie R< b. 1 Sept., 1^56, 

m. Harriet I n. 

Children, by 2nd wife b. Detroit, Mich.: 
II. Truman Handy (Newbury), b. 5 Nov.. 1864, 

m. Harriet Barnes. 
III. John Newbur 21 July, 1 

77- IV. Helen Hall (Newbury), b. 9. 

3989. Oliver Phelps Mills, b. Windsor, Ct. 
[826, m. 3 May, [859, Elizabeth Loomis, daughter of Collins 
Loomis of Windsor, Ct. 

Mr. Mills settled in Windsor, Ct., later in New Hartford, 
Ct. 



Seven th Generation . 



747 



Children, b. New Hartford, Ct.: 

7759. I. Anna Elizabeth (Mills), b. 9 Nov., 1863. 

7760. II. William Oliver b. 10 April, 1867. 

7761. III. Charles H. " b. 26 July, 1873. 

3991. Mary Augusta Mills, b. Windsor, Ct., 
27 Sept., 1836, m. 30 Nov., 1S65, Daniel Mason, son of Luke 
and Diana (Higley) 1. He was 1). Simsbury, Ct., 2 Oct., 

1833. Settled in Windsor, Ct., where he d. 30 Nov., 1868. 

Child, b. Unionville, Ct.: 

7762. I. Flora Clementine (Mason), b. 17 July, 1865. 
3998. Lewis D. Phelps, b. Bergen, N. Y., 1 

May, 1818. m. Cynthia Mary Willis, at Oak Grove, Wis., 20 
Jan., 1847. She was the daughter of John Sanford and Sarah 
(Fitch) Willis, and was b. near Auburn, N. Y., 5 Oct., 1830, 
now living. 

Mr. Phelps was in the insurance business in Oak Grove, 
Wis., and Lyons, Iowa. He d. Palmer, Florida, 26 August, 
[884. 

Children : 

,-63. I. Alice M., b. Oak Grove, Wis., 13 Feb., 1848, 

m, John A. Nallinger. 
7704. II. Harriet E., b. Oak Grove, Wis., Dec, 1850, 

m, Dan Cramer, of Lyons, Iowa, 
7765. III. Adelia, b. Benin, Wis., 7 June, 1853, m. - 

Oldridge. Res. Farley, Iowa. 



/ / 



66 



7767 
7768 



IY. Lewis Edwin, b. Berlin, Wis., 4 March, li 
d. b May, 1859. 
V. May, b. Berlin, Wis., n Dec, i860, m. K. 
Simpson. 
YI. Louis Willis, b. Berlin, Wis,, 12 Aug., 1865 
m. Columbus, Ohio, 1 June, 1899, Ethel 
Madeline Pughe. Pes. 212 10th avenue, 
Columbus, Ohio. 
VII. Burnace A., b. Lyons, Wis., 7 March, 1869, 
unm. Res. 1706 9th avenue, So. Minne- 
apolis, Minn, 

1005. Capt. Heman N. Hi ll, b. Killing- 
worth, Ct,, 7 Feb.. 1815, 111. Fanny Wright, b. 1821, d. Clin- 
ton, Ct., 21 July, 1S66. 



7769. 



jj.8 Seventh Generation. 

Capt. Hull settled in Clinton, Ct.. where he d. 7 Dec, 1881- 
He spent most of his life as captain of a vessel sailing between 
points on Long Island Sound and New York city. 

Children, b. Clinton, Ct.: 

7770. I. Jennette (Hull). 

7771. II. Electa 
7773. III. Chauncey 

7773. IV. Henry A. 

7774. V. Fanny C 
7775- VI. Ulysses N. " 

4008. Philander Hn 1.. b. Killingworth, Ct., 
Pee.. [817, in. 9 May, [843, Sarah Griswold, b. Killing- 
worth, Ct., 22 April, [820, daughter of Ashbel and B 
(Harris) Griswold. She d. Killingworth. Ct., 20 D*. 17. 

Mr. Hull settled in Clinton. Ct.. and is now living with his 
son, over 80 years old. He is now an invalid from a stroke of 
par md cannot talk or scarcely write his name. 

Ik- carried 011 the spoke and handle business at Niagara 
Falls, N. V., for many years. Built the Union Spring Find- 
ing Works at Cayuga, N. V., also worked at the carriage I 1 

in New II Ct., from 1871 to 1885, since which 

time he ha busim 

Children, b. Killingworth. Ct.: 

I. S ter P. (Hull), b. 6 August, 1844. 

- 7 . ;i .-, m. Geo. H. 

Henry Hooker & C tr- 

factory. 

4019. Ellen J. Phelps, b. Killingworth. C 

14 March. Sidney I- f Orlando 

W. He was b. Kill- th, 

Ct., 6 He is a farmer and lumberman. Settled 
in Killingworth. 

Child Killingworth, Ct.: 

7778. I. Edwar< April, 1 

7779. .111 H. b. 

III. Alidia B. " b. 19 March 

4027. C A. Phelps, b. Austinburg, 

Ob tn. Nancy B. Bradley, at Lodi, Ohio. 14 



St verith Generation.. 7J.9 

Jan., 1846. Mr. Phelps settled in Lodi, Ohio, where he d. 18 
Jan., i860. He was a clerk. 

Children, b. Lodi, Ohio.: 
77 I. Cornelia B., b. 9 Feb., 1850, m. PC. Hertzler. 

7782, II. Charles C, b. 4 Nov., 1856. 

4028. Orville T. Phelps, b. Austinburg, 

Ohio, 21 Nov., 1823, 111. Eliza J. Cole, at Oberlin, 1 June, 
1854. She was daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth (Cochran) 
Cole, and was b. Frederickstown, Ohio, hiving in 1806. 
Mr. Phelps settled near Oberlin, Ohio. 

Children, b. Lodi, Ohio.: 

7783. I. Carrie, b. 27 Dec, 1855, m - George M. Cook. 
II. Helen E., b. 1 June, 1862, nnin. in 1S96. 

4080. Horace Netley Phelps, b. 6 July, 

 >3, m. Mary Nettleton, at Madison, Ohio, 16 April, 1S48, 
She was daughter of Daniel and Polly Nettleton, and was b. 
Litchfield, Ct., 6 March, 1824. Living 1896 in Madison, 
Ohio. Mr. Phelps settled in Madison, Ohio, later Weymouth, 
Ohio, and d. 13 Feb., 1852. He was a carriage maker. 

Children : 

5. I. Rosa Ellen, b. Medina, Ohio, 2 July, 1849. 

7786. II. Perlia Adeline, b. Weymouth, Ohio, 7 April, 

1850, d. 1 1 Oct., i 850. 

7787. III. Mary Perlia, b. Weymouth, Ohio, 23 Nov., 

1851, d. 5 Oct., 1S62. 

4046. Silas Phelps, b. 12 April, 1800. Set- 
tled in Gran by, Ct., m. Julia A. Holcomb, at Simsbury, Ct., 
15 August, 1826. by the Rev. Ranson Warren, both of Gran- 
by, Ct. 

Mr. Phelps soon after marrying, and after the birth of his 
first child, removed to Vernon, Ohio. Hed. 1892. 

Children, b. Vernon, Ohio, except first ; 

7788. I. Oscar, b. Granby,Ct., 13 Feb., 1827. A mute, 

an engraver and fancy card maker. Died 

unm. 
+ 7789. II. John, b. 19 Aug., 1829, m. twice. 

+ 7790. Ill, Charles F., b. 17 Sept., 1835, m. twice. 



750 Seventh Generation. 

7791. VI. Julian, b. 25 June, 1S3S. in, Marion P. Way. 

+ 7792. V. Ursula, b. 16 Feb., 1830, m. Philo Philip 

Ha 

+ 7793- ^' L Caroline, b. 25 July, 1842, m. Henry Bridge- 
man. 

4-7794. VII. Mary S.. b. ; Nov., [845, m. William C. 

404-7. John Phelps, b. East Granby, Ct., 28 
Oct., 9 Nov., [840, Dorcas : . - itighter of Ezra 

and D01 :. She was : B rkhainsted, Ct., ril, 

[821. 

Mi . Phelps settled in Suffield, Conn., late in life removed to 
Springfield, Mass., where he d. 3 March, 1 

Children, b. Suffield, Ct.: 

I. Silas !'>., b. 16 July, 1842, m. Susie J. Smil 
- 4 [I. Julia, 1). 15 Aug., 1845, in. Samuel II. Case. 

4050. Homer M. Phelps, b. Williston, Vt., 
25 Sep tn. 8 D 153, Helen M. Stank d lUghter 

of Abijah and Mary (Robinson) \ >he was b Winooski, 

Vt., 9 March, li 

Mr. Ph in Monkton, Vt., Potsdam, X. Y 

in 1804. in Burlington, Vt. Dealer in granite and other 
for monumental work. 

Childre 
+ - I. Alio.- 15., b. Monkton, Vt -4. ni - 

'11! C, i 

77 , II. Willis S., b. Monkton, Vt 56. m. 

Lillie C. Du April, .  5t. 

ul St., Burlington, Vt. 
77> III. Helen M., b. Potsdam, N. Y.. 3; Dec. 

m. James Jennings, 10 Jan. She 

11 April, 18J 

4-057. Rev. Jehu Phelps Ellsworth, b. 

Windsor. Ct 28 Oct., [810, m. Mrs. Ruth (Phelps) Ca- 
No. 809, 29 May, [837. Shed. 1 July. 1842. He m. 2nd, 
3. Mary (Moffatt) Wells, 23 Nov., 1843. She d. 9 May, 
[865. Hem. 3rd, Susan Wakefield. 21 May, 1866. Shed. 9 
August, 1875. 



Seventh Generation. 751 

Child, by 1. st wife : 
780 I. Eli Phelps (Ellsworth) b. 3 Sept., 1838, m. 

Sarah M. Clapp. See No 2139 for descend- 
ants. S^e also No. S09. 
Children, by 2nd wife: 
7S01. II. Jane Wells (Ellsworth), b. 10 April, 1S47. 

7802. III. Mary Jennette " b. 28 Oct., 1849. 

4050. Hiram G. Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 4 
Sept., 1814. Supposed to have first settled near Albany, N. 
Y. A carpenter by trade. His father was a wheelwright. 
He m. Eliza Hacks, near Albany, N. Y., in 1837. She was 
daughter of Lemuel and Bettie Hacks, and was b. near Albany, 
N. Y., in 1820, d. Galva, 111., m 1888. 

Mr. Phelps d. in Galva, 111. 

(From all the circumstances connected, this appears to be 
the proper con^ectio^ ) 

Children, 1>, Carlisle, Ohio: 

+ 7803 I. William E., b. 3 April, 1839, m. twice. 

14.. II. Henry, b. 7 Oct., 1835, d. War of Rebellion, 

battle of Shiloh, 7 April, 1X62. 

7805. III. Hiram, b. 1 April, 1837. 

7S06. IV. Geor;.;i , b. April, 1S41. 
7X07. V. James, b. 1843. 

7808. VI. Henry, b. 1845. 

7809. VII. Samuel. I). [847. 
to. VIII. Sarah, b. 1849. 

7811. IX. Jennette, b. 1851. 

7.S12. X. Mary, 1>. 1853. 

7813. XI. Willie. 

4062. Eliza W. Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 27 
July, 1820, m. Sheldon Kinney, 27 Nov., 1846. He was son 
of Sheldon and Helen (Clark) Kinney, and was b. Winsted, 
Ct., 30 March, 1S16. Settled in Windsor, Ct., removing 

from there to Winsted, Ct. He d. . She res. Windsor, Ct. 

Children, b. Windsor, Ct.: 
+ 7814. I. Timothy P. (Kinney), b. 18 Sept., 1847, m._ 

Imogen Loom is. 
7815. II. Ella Maria (Kinney), b. 23 June, 1850. 



j$2 Seventh Ge?ieration . 

4065. Timothy Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 26 
April, 1825, 111. 29 Sept., 1850, Charlotte Elizabeth Cobb. b. 
Windsor, Ct., where she d. 3 March, 18 

Children : 

+ 7816. I. Kate Elizabeth, b. Witfdsbr, Ct., 3 March. 

1858, m. Sidney YV. Hollister. 

4-006. Elizur Phelps; b. Windsor, Ct.. 
March, 1S27, in. Eveline P. Daniels, 27 Nov., 1851, married 
by Cephas P>rainard, of Burlington, Ct. She was b. Granby, 
Ct. Mr. Phelps settled 111 Willi Ct. 

Child, b. Windsor, Ct.: . 

; J17. I. Mary Abbie, b. 8 Aug., [854. 

4007. Daniel E. Brewer, (later called Lor- 
enzo 1). l'.rewer), b. Windsor, Ct., 9 July, 1.S22. Removed 
with ltis father to Oakland Plantation, Ea., where he settled, 
and m. Louisa M. Daniels, at St. Francis, La., 26 June, 1848. 

Child, b. Oakland Plantation, La.: 
7818. I. George (Brewer)-, b. 2 June, 1849. 

4077. Caroline Phelps, b. 7 March, 1811, 
m. 23 Oct., C833, Dr. Flayel B. Graham, b. Hotchkissville, 

Ct, Settled in San Antonio, Tex . where he d. May, 1854. 
His wife d. 15 June. 

Child, b. Hotchkissville. Ct.: 
7S19 I. Ellen, b. 1 s 34, d. 11 May. 18 

407s. William Henry Pheli brook, 

Ct.. 5 April, [818, bapt. [8 April, 1818, in. Lucy C. Wakefield, 
28 M iy, 1840. She was daughter of Dr. Lyman and Betsey 
(Rockwell) Wakefield, and was b. Wiusted, Ct., 26 May, 
1820, where she d. 14 Oct., 1867. He d. in Winsted, Ct., 22 
Aug., 1804. He was a member of the Conn. Legislature for 
his town. 

Mr. Phelps after remaining a short time in his native town, 
with Col. John Sage, a merchant, went into business for himself 
in Riverton, Ct. , removing to Winsted. Ct. . wdiere he was in the 
mercantile business from 1S46 to 1848, with Xormaud Adams. 
In 1848 he went to Chicago as a member of the firm of Cooley, 
Wadsworth & Phelps, and did a very large business. In 185 1 



Seventh Generation. 753 

he returned to .Winsted, Ct., and in 1857 organized the Hurl- 
but Bank, and was made president, retaining that position 
until his death, having managed its affairs with great success, 
and acquiring a very extended reputation as a successful 
financier. He was the first warden of the borough of Win- 
sted in 1859, and was prominent in all public matters. 

Children, b. Winsted, Ct.: 

-\ 7 I. George Wakefield, b. July 25, 1X42, m. Ellen 

M. Forbes. 

+ .7821. II. Elizabeth Newhouse, b. Jan. 22, 1857, m. Ed- 

ward S. vSoule. 

4080. John Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., 12 
Jan., 1802, m. Maria Kelsey, 10 June, 1S49. She was b. Mid- 
dleville, X. V. 

Children, b. Middleville, N. Y.: 

7822. I. Warren Kelsey. 

7823. II. Caroline. 

4-081. James Phelps, b. ColebrOok, Ct,, 12 
July, 1822, m. Lydia Ann Ingham. 1 K s. She was 

daughter of Hon. Samuel and j 1. \Vilsor; [ngham, and was 

b. Saybrook, Ct., 28 Nov., 1819, where she was married, and 
is now living in Essex. Mr. Ingham was a member of the 
24th and 25th Congress, with Judge Phelps's father. 

Mr. Phelps entered Trinity College, but on account of ill- 
ness did not graduate. Studied law and .settled in Essex Co.. 
where he practiced for many years. Wa > appointed judge of 
the Superior Court in 1863, and again in 187;, and was ap- 
pointed judge of the supreme Court of Ct. in [875, resigning 
in 1875, after being elected to the 44th Com He was re- 

elected to 1.5th, 46th, 47th, when lie declined further congres- 
»nal honor-. While in Congress he In itious on the 

' s and means, and committee of foreign affair.-. He has 
also served in both branches of the Conn. 1 iture. In 

£885 he \\ - n elected judge of the Supn me Court. 

Children: 
+ 7S24. I. Samuel Ingham, b. Essex, Ct., 15 July, 1847, 

m. Josephine Smith. 
(48} 



75/ Seventh Generation: 

+ 7825. II. James Lancelot, b. Saybrook, Ct., 15 May, 

[856, m. Harriet Weed Coulter. 

•4082. Orpha Irene Phelps, b. Norfolk. Ct., 
27 Feb.. 1814, m. Erastus Bradley, at Pittsfield, Ohio, where 
she had removed with her father. He was son of Jesse and 
Lavinia (Norton) Bradley, attd was b. Lee, Mass., 6 July, 
1806. Settled in Pittsfield, Ohio, where he d. 16 April. [888., 
He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Ohio : 

I. Mary (Bradley), b. 13 July, 1843. 
27. II. Delphia " b. 6 May, [845. 

4083. Hannah Phelps, b, New Marlborough, 
Mass., 9 Jan., [819, removed with her father to Pittsfield, 
Ohio, m. S. H. Lincoln, b. Pern, Bennington Co., Vt., 31 

Jan., [8 

Settled in Pittsfield, Ohio, where he d. ; b. .\ He 

.1 farmer. 

Children, b. Pitt-field. Ohio: 

7828. I. Louisa (Lino >. 21 Jan., isy .!>., 

7829. II, Andrew Phelps (Lincoln), b. 25 Ju 

4084. Harriet Grant, 1 folk, Ct., 7 
»., 1813, m. 22 Oct., [838, William K. Park t., 

1816. Settle N*. V.. later in life removii 

to Fox Lake, Wis., where he d. 22 Feb . 1 id where 

widow was living in [887. 

Chi : tland, N. V.: 

I. b. 11 Dec. 1839. 

7831. II. Cornelia A. (Parker), b. 30 Jul] d. 11 

July. 
III. Ja b. 6 Oct., 1843, d. 

I72, iinii], 
783 IV. Raphael (Parker), b. 3 Jan.. 

4085. Keziah Phelps, b. Norfolk. Ct., 
June, iSi8, m. 1836, in G N. Y., -twick. b. 

[em, Westchester Co., N. Y. Settled in Hop Mea 3t., 



V 



<r 




Tuix.e 1AMES PHELPS. 



Sixth Generation. 75 4 a 

The following was received after this work had gone to 
press : 

-MINI. Judge James Phelps, b. Colebrook, 12 
Jan., 1822, hi. Lydia A. Ingham, of Essex, Cdnn., daughter 
of Hon. Samuel and Lydia (Wilson) Ingham, b. Essex, 28 
Nov., 1S19. Mr. Ingham was a member of the 24th and 23th 
Congresses with Dr. Lancelot Phelps, father of Judge Phelps, 
and held many other important offices under the State and 
National governments, and was an able and distinguished 
lawyer and citizen, 

Mr. Phelps entered Washington, now Trinity College, but 
on account of severe illness was soon obliged to relinquish 
his course. He was a member of the law department of Yale 
College, and admitted an attorney in 1844, and located in 
Essex where he has ever since resided. 

!' -ides holding the office of Judge of Probate and other 
local positions he was a member of the House of Representa- 
tives, in the State Legislature $53, 1854 and 1856, and 
the State Senate in 1858 and 1859. In 1803 he was elected 
by the General Assembly a Judge of the Superior Court for 
the regular term of eight years. He was re-elected in 1871. 
and in [873 was elected a Judge of the Supreme Court of 
Errors. He resigned in 1875 on his election to the 44th Con- 
gress from the Second Congressional District, comprising the 
counties of New Haven and Middlesex. He was re-elected to 
the 45th, 46th and 47th Congresses and declined further 
Congressional service. He was again elected a Judge of the 
Superior Court in January, i .818.5, which position he held until 
disqualified by age in 1892. 

While in Congress he served on the Standing Commi;; 
of Ways and Means, Foreign Affairs, Reform in the Civil 
Service, and others, and oil several important special com- 
mittees, including that to investigate alleged frauds in the 
State of Louisiana in the Presidential election of 1S76. 
procured the establishment of the break-water at the entrance 
of New Haven harbor, and liberal appropriations for the im- 
provement of the channel of the Connecticut river below 
Hartford and at its mouth, and other needed fmprovements 
in his district. He is now retired from active professional 



754-b Sixth Generation. 

business, and is President of the Saybrook Bank, and the 
Essex Savings Bank, and is Senior Warden of Saint John's 
Episcopal Parish and Church, to which he is a liberal 
tributor, and of which he has for more than thirty years 
a devoted member. 



Seventh Generation. 755 

and later removed to Monroe Heights, Cortland, N. Y., where 
he died. His widow now resides at Homer, N. Y. 

4:087. Ralph Burnham Phelps, b, Norfolk, 
Ct., 27 April, 1S27, m. Sarah Jane Whitby, 11 June. 1849, in 
Eastport, Me. She was daughter of Thomas and Sarah 
(Garry) Whitby, and was b. Eastport, Me., 7 April, 1831, d. 
Portland, Me., 25 Dec, 1864. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Eastport, Me., later removing to 
Ohio, and was at the National Military Home, Montgom- 
ery Co.. Ohio, in 1897. 

Children : 

+ 7834. I. William Harvey, b. Eastport, Me., 13 May, 

1850, m. Elizabeth Lyshon. 
7833. II. Maria Euphrazee, b. St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., 

3 April, 1853, m. Skinner. Res. 582 

Boston St., Lynn. 

4001. Cicero Claremoxt Phelps, b. West 
Groton, N. Y,, n Feb., 1845, m. Sarah Thompson. Settled 
in Homer, N, Y. 

Children, b. Homer, N. Y. : 
Homer, b. 5 June, 5S79, 
Claude, b. 4 April, 1882. 
Leona, b. 29 Jan., 1890. 

\<S\YZ. ArKEi.iA Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct., 
Dec, 3, 1802, d. Lincoln, Ind., August 21, 1880, m. in Water- 
bury, Ct., Dec. 4. 1821, Alvah Hoadley. b. Waterbury, Ct., 
Feb. 19, 1800, d. Lincoln, Ind., June 21 [J ,, sou of Asaand 
Esther (Tyler) Hoadley. 

Mr. Hoadley was a farmer in Waterbury. Ct., until 18 
when he removed to Hendricks County, Indiana, and in the 
fob spring settled on a farm in the town of Lincoln. In 

Waterbury Ik: was a justice of the peace, and in Lincoln a 
township trustee. 

Children, b. Waterbury, Ct.: 

7839. I. James Gilbert (Hoadley), b. Sept. 16, 1824, 

m. Elizabeth Larsh. 
;.S40. II. Asa Thomas (Hoadley), b. Oct. 22, 1S27, m. 

Rebecca E. Shirley. 



56. 


I 


7- 


II 


7838. 


III 



756 Seven ih Generation. 

4093. Roxy Matilda Grant, b. Norfolk. Ct.. 
Sept. 2, 1795. d. Oct. 24, 1S41, m. May 17, 1818, George 
Cook, b. Goshen, Ct., July 24, 1791. d. Feb. 10, [864, son of 
Moses and Matilda (Thompson) Cook. Res. Goshen, Ct. Mr. 
Cook was a merchant, 

Children, b. Goshen, Ct.: 
11. I. Caroline M. (Cook), b. June io, 1819, d. Feb. 

10, 1876, unni. 
784 j. II. Ralph F. (Cook), b. May 5, [822, d. Goshen, 

Sept, 26, 1884, m. June [8, 1872, Julia Eliza 
Wooster, b. Goshen, July 14. 1830, daughter 
of Sterling and Phebe (Sherman) Wooster. 
No issue. Mrs. Cook res. Goshen 1897. 

4004. Lois Lucinda Grant, b. Norfolk. Ct., 
2 Sept., [795, m. Benedict Sweetj May, 1819. II -on of 

John and Phebe (S] , and was b. Winchester, Ct.. 

15 o.-t., 1- 

Mr. Sweet first settled in Tyringham, Mass.. from then 
Wellington, Ohio, and from there to Fond Du Lac, Wis., 
where he d. 8 July. [848, and where his widow resided in 
1865. 

Children : 
7843. I. Moses (Sweet), b. about [82] 2s in Oak 

ltre, \\ - 
;4. II. Sumner Boy ington (Sweet), b. Menl »hio, 

20 March, 1823, d. Byron, 27 Dec. 1- 
m. Elizabeth Evans, at Waupuu, Wis.. 24 
Oct.. 1847. She was 1.. England, 29 July, 
1S19. They reside 111 : Had 2 - 

and 3 daughter-, 

4096. JOEL Marshall Grant, b. Norfolk. 
Ct., 3 March, 1790. m. Jennette G >n, N. 

Y., 6 Sept.. 1 3 - She was daughu and Caroline 

(Phelps) Greeley, and was b. at Waterbury, Ct.. 22 Aug., 
1807. She returned to Waterbury, Ct.. in [844, and died 

Sept.. 1896. 

Mr. Grant resided in Covington, N. Y.. where he d. 10 

July, 184-,. 



Seventh Generation, 757 

Children, b. Covington, N. Y.: 

+ 7845, I. Caroline M. (Grant), b. March 26, 1830, m. 

Charles B. Merrill. 
[6. II. Marietta Sophia (Grant), resides New Haven, 

Ct. 
7S47. III. Mary Ann Desire (Grant), resides 236 Hill- 
side Ave., Waterbury. 

7848. IV. George Moses (Grant), resides Chautauqua, 

N. Y. 

4097. Giles Phelps Grant, b. Norfolk, 
Ct., 26 May, 1801, m. 1st Laura Chittenden, 1 Feb., 1825. 
She was daughter of Amos and Laura (Gould) Chittenden, 
and was b. Hartford, Ct., 15 April, 1862. He m. 2nd Mar- 
garet McLean, 28 Sept., 1863. She was daughter of Hector 
and Anna (Mclntyre) McLean, and was b. Caledonia, N. Y. 
Mr. Grant in 1S22, removed to Hartford, and opened a 
wholesale and retail store, which he managed with success I 
29 years, removing in 1851 to Ithaca, N. Y., and in 1852, to 
Rochester, N. Y., where he was in business in 1865. No is- 
sue. They adopted a daughter who m. Charles Wilde, a cot- 
ton manufacturer, and resides in Kinderhook, X. Y. 

4099. Harry McGill Grant, b. Norfolk, Ct. , 
I ' Sarah Ann Richards, at Winchester, Ct., 1 

Oct. ! 834. She was daughter of Moses and Naomi (Hulburt) 
Richards and was b. Otis, Mass., 4 Feb., 1813. 

Mr. Grant settled in Norfolk, Ct,, on the homestead of his 
father and grandfather. He d. 20 Sept.. 1870. 

Children, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

7849. I. Moses Franklin (Grant), b. 26 Jan., 1835, m. 

Mary Ann Gilbert. Res. Norfolk, Ct. 
^o. II. Lucy Ann (Grant), b. 2 Nov., 1836, m. I 

Coe. Res. West Winsted. 

7851. III. Mary Jane (Grant), b. 1 July, 1S39, m. Fd- 

ward Manchester. 

7852. IV. Roxanna Matilda (Grant), b. 1 Aug., r 

m. Sylvanus F. Granger, 15 Nov., 1871. 
Res. Winsted. Ct. 



75<8 Seventh Generation . 

7853. V. Sarah Elizabeth (Grant), b. 3 August, 1846, 

m. George Johnson. She d. 30 June. 1 
One son, 
54. VI. George Phelps (Grant), b. 30 Oct., i 548, d. 23 
Nov., 1874, nnm. 
7855. VII. Henry Richard (Grant), b. 26 July, 1851. 
Res. Millerton, X. Y. 
56. VIII. Mil e (Grant), b. 21 April, 1855. Res. 

Torrington, Ct. 

410.*>. Riley Andrews Grant, 1>. Norfolk, 

Ct., 15 July, 1X17. in. Huldah Rebecca Tibbal: ' 1 I43. 

She was daughter of Nathan and Rebecca (Green) Ti 
and was b, Winchester, Ct.. 6 Jan.. 1821, d. Norfolk, Ct., 27 
Feb., 1S93. 

Mr. Gram I 1 in Norfolk, Ct. 

Child, b. Norfolk, Ct.: 

7857. I. Garry C. (Grant), b. 20 Oct., [849, m. Ellen 

E Phelps. See Xo. 

410+ . Oliver Phelps, b. Unadilla, XT. Y., 

June, 1S09, m. Emily Fallen, at Hector, X. Y.. 10 March, 
1 S3 1 . 

Mr. Phelps was a farmer. He first settled in Tompkins 
Co., and from there to Schuyler Co., and finally at Cuba, X\ 
Y.. where he d. 5 April, [887. 

Childi n 

7858. I. Helen, b. Hector, X. Y.. 24 May. 1832, m. 

Sila> J. Eldrad, 20 March, 1853, at Bennetts- 
burgh, X. Y. 

7S59. II. Nancy A., b. Covert, N. Y., 1 Sept.. 1833, m. 

Harvey Brown, 16 Jan., 1S54, at Bennetts- 
burgh, N. Y. 

7860. III. Lucy M.. b. Covert, N. Y., 13 April, 1835, m. 
Luther Chandler, 3 July, [852, 

- 56i. IV. Augusta A., b. Haskell Flats, N. Y.. 23 Oct., 

;, m. Henry Smith. 7 Oct., 1854. 

7S62. V. Cicero Horace, b. Haskell Flats, N. Y. 

Dec. 1839, d. Cuba, N. Y., 8 April, 1887, 



Seventh Generation. yjp 

uimi. Was a soldier in war of the Rebel- 
lion, enlisted in the outbreak. 

+ 7863. VI. Harlow William, b. Haskell Flats, N, Y„ 26 
May, 1842, 111. Emma Kyle. 

+ 7864. VII. Warren O., b. Hector, N. Y., 1 Sept., [845, 
m. Louisa Brown. 

■1105. Emily Phelps, b. Unadilla, N. Y., 

i s l 1 , m. Andrew Beach, 22 June, 1832. Settled in Cuba. N. 
Y., where he died. 

She m. 2nd - - Webb. Settled in Cuba, N. Y., where he 
d. March. [882. 

Child by 1st husband: 
7865. I. Alvin (Beach), b. Cuba, X. Y., 8 Nov. 

Children by 2nd husband : 

781 II. (Webb), b. Cuba, N. V. 

7867. III. " b. 

781 IV. " b. 

4106. Cyrus Phelps, b. Lansing, X. Y., 26 
July, 1813, m. Charlotte Howe, 20 Dec, 1840, at Haskell 
Flats, X. Y. She was daughter of Ebeuezer and Sarah. 
(Hampton) Howe, and was b. Haskell Flats, X. Y., 4 Feb., 
1821, d. at Carthage, Mo., 15 June. 1880. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Haskell Flats, X. Y., where he d. 4 
July, 1S74. He was a farmer. 

Children, b. Haskell Flats, X. Y. : 
7869. I. Clarissa, b. 1842, d. 1844. 

+ 7870, II. William Harlow, b. 16 Oct., 1843, m. Lois J. 

Wilson. 
+ 7871. III. Cyrus Emmet, b. 29 May, 184S, m. Agnes E. 

Keller. 
-1-7872. IV. Charles Hampton, b. 7 Dec, 1S56, m. Ina 

Burlingame. 
7873. V. Lucy May, b. Sept., [859, m. Charles Burton. 

Settled in Haskell Flats, X. Y. 

•4107. Augustus Harlow Phelps, b. Lans- 
ing, X. Y., 11 August, 1 Si 6, 111. Olive Ouin, at Milford, N. 
V., 25 May, 1848. She was b. 17 Dec, 1820, daughter of 
Patrick and Betsey (Wolcott) Quin. 



j6o Seventh Generation . 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer, first settled in Hector, N, Y., and 
from there in 1854, to Haskell Flats, N. Y.. where he now 
resides. 

Children : 

+ 7874 I. Bessie, b. Hector. N, Y., 7 Jan., 1853, m. 

 B. Rounsevell 
4-7875. II. George H.. b. Haskell Flats, X. Y. 24 Sept., 

1854, m. T. Adelle Canfield. 
7876. III. George E., b. Haskell Flats. XV. [o July, 
[8< :. d, Sept., 1862. 

-H 10. William Calvin Phelps, b C 
Ct., 4 Sept., 1807, m. Parney Cowles, 10 April, [832. She 
was daughter of Moses and Hannah (Bates) Cowles, and v 
b. Norfolk, Ct., ; Sept.. [807, d. West Winsted, Ct.. 15 Feb., 
[873. He in. -iid Mrs. Harriet K. (Munson) Butler, in Chi- 
cago, 111., 23 Oct. [873. Sh« was b. Barkhamsted, Ct., 11 
Feb., [822, d. July 14. 1897, daughter of Sherlock Munson, 
widow of William Butler. 
Mr. Phelps removed with his parents in 1811 to Kingsviile, 
Ohio, where he resided U] I 27, when he returned to Ct. 

1 i [832 he settled in Norfolk, Ct., on a farm of his father-in- 
law, and was engaged in dairy and cl 54, 
when lie moved to Winsted. Ct., and w ry of the 

ank and building iatioo 01' that place. Dur 

the War of the Rebellion he was town agent the qui 

and attend to the wants of the soldiers S and a' 

marrying his 2nd wife, most of his time has »ent in 

traveling in the state.- audi territories. Re^ Winsted. Ct. Is 
now living in good health (July, 1899). He ha.- been many 
times selectman. 

Children, b. X--. »lk, Ct.: 
+ 7S77. I. Dwight, b. 3 Sept. 1834, m. Diana Lowe. 

78; - II. Mary P., b. 16 Dec, : m. Jenison J. 

Whiting. Hed. 16 Dec.,] son of Julius 

and Lucinda (Payne) Whiting. Xo issue. 
+ 7879. III. William B., b. 2 June. 1843, m. Elizabeth I>. 
I >sborn. 
80. IV. John Betts, b. 10 Fe d. 24 Sept., 

j.8. 



Seventh Generation. y6i 

Note.— Sou of Moses 6 Cowles, Ebenezer 5 , Samuel* , Samu 
John , John 1 Cowles, res. Hartford, 1635 to 1639, Farmington 
1640. Hadley 1659, Hartford 1660, where he d. 1676. 

4111. Daniel Milton Phelps, b. Colebrook, 
Ct"., 3 June, iSoc,, m. Celestia Pervina. 12 Dec, 1833. Mr. 
Phelps in i8n removed with his father to Kingsville, Ohio, 

where he settled after marrying. In 1837 he removed to Shef- 
field, Ohio, where he died March, 1899. 

Children, b. Sheffield, Ohio, except first two: 

7881. I. Pheonessa Merula, b. Kiugsville, Ohio, 6 July, 

tn. Clark, of North Kiugsville, 

Oh 

7882. II. Frances Ellen, b. Kiugsville, Ohio, 2: Oct., 
•» 1. 31 Oct., 1836. 

7 s III. Marcus Eugene, b. 4 April. 183 

7*84. IV, Rosanna B., b. Ma . 1840. 

V. Ina, b. 30 June, [842. 
7886. VI. Phebe Eudora, b. 2 IKc, 1843. 

7- yil- Sarah Augeline, b. 27 Dec., 1845, d. 7 July, 
54- 
VIII. William Calvin, b. 20 Oct., 1847. 

4116. Francis Barnard Phelps, b. Kiugs- 
ville. Ohio. 16 August, 1818, m. Margaret Scott .Saunders. 6 
Oct,, i ..-. She was daughter of Abram Saunders and was b. 

htabula, Ohio. Mr. Ph ttled in Kiugsville, Ohio. 

Child: 
18 9- P Sarah Jane, b. Kiugsville, Ohio, 1839. 

4 MS. Elizabeth Phelps, b. Colebrook, Ct.. 
iarch, 1817, m. Asaph O. Finney, 17 May, 1840. He was 
of Asaph and Betsey (Wilcox) Pinney, and was b. Cole- 
brook, Ct., 9 Nov., . Settled in Mill Brook, Colebrook, 
Ct. He d. 16 April, 1889. Nq issue. 

k *U9. Martin Luther Phelps, b. Colebrook, 

Ct., rojan., 1820, m. est 27 Nov., 1850, Charlotte N. Sage, 
b. Colebrook, Ct., 1821, where she d, 14 March, 1856. He 
m. 2nd 6 May, [857, Susan J. Munson, b. Sandisfield, Mass.. 
3 Feb., 1835. Mr. Phelps .settled in Colebrook, Ct. H< 
1^ March, 1887. 



n(, 2 Seventh (,eneratio>?. 

Child by ist wife, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 
+ 7890. I. Luther C, b. 11 May, 1854, m. Cora E. 

Phelps. 
Children by 2nd wife, b. Colebrook, Ct.: 
II. Elizabeth M., b. 4 August, 1864, m. Luther 

X. Smith, 5 March. 
III. Edward M. b. 23 May, [871. 
93. IV. Bertha S., b. 24 Sept., 1842. 

41-20. Elijah Phelps Grant, b. Colebrook, 
Ct., 23 August, [808, in. Susan Boyd, 7 Sept., 1836 She 
was daughter of James and Mary (Munroe) b d was b. 

Winchester, Ct., 19 March. 1M3, d. Omaha, Nel 

Mr. Grant was a lawyer, 1 at Canton, Ohio. He d. 

20-21 Dec. 1S74. He graduated at Yale Collej 30. 

Children, b. Canton, Ohio 

7894. I. Elizabeth (Grant) b. 2\ M [838, m. Th 

Hurford, [8 May, 1 Res. Pueblo, 

Colo., 1897. 

II. Susan (Grant), b. 8 Jan., 1841, d. 19 July 

1841. 

7 8 9 III. Mar : (Grant), b. 12 Sept.. [842, m. William 

W Res. 242 Henry J ' toah 

X 
7S97. IV. Charles Fouriei nt), b. 12 August, i 

d. 25 Ma] 1845, Wheeling, W. Va. 
V. Jane (Grant) 27 ^o .'3, m. 

Munroe. Res. il Winds 

Chicago, 111. 
,9. VI. Martha A. (Grant), b. 50 April, 1849, d. 27 

June 
,,0. VII. Jam d, b. 10 Nov. 

41 21. Mary Zilpha Grant, b. Colebrook. Cl 
r8Aug., 1811, m. Rev. Ebenezer Burg . 1 March 

He was son of Ebenezer and Mary (Hall) Burgess and was b.. 
Grafton, Vt., 26 June Graduated at Amherst College 

in and at Andover Theological Seminary 1837. Was 

member of the Mahratta M India, for which he em- 



Seventh Generation. 763 

barked at Salem, 1 April, 1839, arriving at Ahniednugger the 
same year, where his wife d, 24 Sept., 1842. 

(Hem. 2nd Abigail Moore, 15 Sept., 1846, who d. at Ma- 
havulishwer, 26 April, 1853. By her he had rst Mary Porter, 
b. 11 July, 184S ; 2nd Abby Lyon, b. 9 Sept., 1849 ; 3rd Sarah 
b. 19 April, 1853, died at sea, 17 June, 1854.) 

Child, b. Ahmednugger, India : 
7901. I. Edwin (Burgess), b. 21 June, 1840, died 11 

Sept., 1S44. 

4122. Elizabeth Grant, b. Colebrook, Ct., 8 
Feb., 1813, m. Rev. William Burton, 12 Sept., 1836, who d. 
12 March, 1858. Resided in East Libert}', Pa., Piketon and 
Austin burgh, Ohio. She d. 5 April, 1885, or 31 March. (He 
m, 1st Margaret Hughes in 1824.) 

Children : 
79 I. Mary Elizabeth (Burton), b. East Liberty, 

Pa., 23 Dec, 1838, m. Giles Surtleff. Res. 
Oberlin, O. 

7903. II. Philander (Burton), b. Piketon, Ohio, 27 

Sept,, 1840. Res. Gwinnell, Iowa. 

7904. III. Edward (Burton), b. Piketon, Ohio, 8 Oct., 

1842. Res. Lincoln, 111. 

7905. IV. William (Burton), b. Piketon, Ohio, 9 July, 

1S44. Res. Cal. 

7906. V. Theodore Elijah (Burton), b. Austinburgh, 

Ohio, 20 Dec, 1850. 

4123. Rev. Joel Grant, b. Colebrook. Ct., 24 
Jan., 1816, m. Abigail Fidelia Co wles, 12 Oct., 1845. She was 
daughter of Moses and Hannah (Betts) Cowles, and was b. 
Norfolk, Ct., 13 August, 1820, and d. Bristol, 111., 5 May, 
1881. 

Rev. Mr. Grant graduated at Yale College 1838, taught a 
year in Berlin. Worcester Co., Md., professor of mathematics. 
U. S. Navy, 1839 to 1842, studied theology at An do ver, Mass., 
one year, at New Haven two years, completing the course in 
1N45, licensed to preach 1 August, 1844, by New Haven west 
association, ordained in the north consociation of Litchfield, 
Ct., 29 Sept., 1845, as an evangelist with the work of mis- 



j6_f. Seven tli Generation. 

sionary in the Valley of the Mississippi. Was pastor of Con- 
gregational Church of Lockport, 111., 24 Oct., 1852, to 17 Oct.. 
1S5S, supplied Congregational church at Bristol, 111., 26 Dei 
1858, to 1 April, i860, then again to Lockport. 111., from 9 
Sept., i860, to 1 August, [861. Chaplain 12th 111. Infantry 
1 August, 1 86 1, to muster out of regiment 12 July. 18 
Chaplain of 115th l". S, Col. Infantry, 14 Oct., 1865, to mus- 
ter nut of regiment April, i860. Supplying C01 aional 
church in his native town ten months in 1867, Ik- then 1 
turned to the Congregational church of Bristol, 111., where he 
d. 31 Oct., i 87 j. 

Children, 6. Lockport, 111.: 

•7. I. John Cowles (Grant), b. 21 April, 1 rad- 

uati ,. Res. 210] Indiana Ave,, 

Chicago, 
II. Mary Hannah (Grant), b. 18 June, 1851, d. 
1 1 August, 1 > 

III. William Elijah (Grant), b. 3] July. 1852, num., 

d. i6 0ct.j [869, Lockport, 111. 

IV. Ro Stuart (Grant), b. 5 Oct., 1857, d. 7 

1 )( 

4124. Daniel Grant, b. Colebrook, Ct.. 

June. [818, tn. Caroline Burr [843. She was daugh- 

ter of Ebenezer and Permelia (Benton) Burr, and was b. X 
k, Ct.. 22 Feb  New Mai pt., 

12. 

Mr. Grant settled in Waukesha. Wis.. inner, resii 

for a lime in Kansas, went to California in 1849, where he 

I in the same business and digging fo 
when he returned t<> Litchfield, Ct.. and farmed in Norfolk 
for four 3 :h he was in trade i id tin 

ware in West Winsted, Ct. In 1888 they were living in New 
-Ma- A he d. 2 Jan. 

Children: 

11. I. Abigail Elizabeth (Grant), b. Waukesha, YV 

1 August, 1845, m. Rev. Alnion W. Burr, 



Seventh Generation. 765 

7912. II. Edward Burr (Grant), b. Waukesha, Wis., 1 

Oct., 1848, in. Lucy Churchill Baldwin, 23 
March, 1881. She was b. Southfield, Mass., 
21 Sept., 1S53. 

4-125. John Grant, b. Colebrook,Ct.,29 Aug., 
1822, m. Sarah Gertrude Day, at Canton Ohio., 20 August, 
1857. She d. Colebrook, Cl, i July, 1881. 

Mr. Grant graduated at Yale 1845, a tutor in 1848 and 
[850, since which engaged in teaching when his health would 
allow. He d. Colebrook, Ct., 5 July, 1878. 

Children : 

7913. I. Gertrude Elizabeth (Grant), b. 7 Oct., 1S58, 

d. 26 Oct., t8 1 

7914. II. William Marcus (Grant), b. Oct,, 1S60. 

4132. Issac Mortimer Griswold, b. Win- 
dsor, Ct., 23 Dec. 1803, m. Bleudon, Ohio, 4 Sept., 1833, 
Mary Osborn, b. Blendon, O., 28 Nov.. [8io, d. Westerville, 
O., 12 Jan., 1892, dau. of George and Miriam (Palmer) Os- 
boru. Mr. Griswold settled 1806, in Blendon, Ohio, and 
Winchester, 111., where he died, May, 1839. 
He was a farmer and fur dealer. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio : 

+ 7^ I- Rosaltha (Griswold), b. to April, 1835, m. 

Daniel M. Slyh. 
+•7916. II. Minerva (Griswold), b. iS May, 1839, m. 

t w i ce . 

4:134;. Christina Griswold, b. Bleudon, Ohio, . 
23 Feb., 1808, m. Thomas Schrock. 8 June, 1832. 
Settled in Blendon, Ohio. 

Children, b, Bleudon, Ohio: 

79I7- I- Isaac (Schrock), b, Nov. 18 

7918. II, Orintha " b. May, 1836. 

7919- HI. Ursula b. Jan., 1839, m. Had two- 

children. 
7020, IV. Edith " b. Oct., il 

79 2 .i- V. Virginia " b. May, 1852. 



j66 Seventh Generation, 

4137. Mixdwkll E. Griswold, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, 9 Oct., 1822, in. 9 March. 1S41, George Clark, d. 
Keosaugua, Iowa. 

Settled in Blendon, Ohio, and Keosanqua, Iowa. After her 
husband's death she returned to Blendon, Ohio, and having 
inherited, with her children, the estate of her brother, Cicero 
P. Griswold, now r< on the homestead in Blendon, Ohio. 

Children b. Blendon, Ohio: 
7022. I. Louise M., (Clark), b. 23 August, [842, m. 

II. Warren Phelps. Set No. 4181, 
7923. II. Eunice G I (Clark), b. 8 April, 1S44. 

7024. III. George Walter b. 4 Oct., 1848. 

125. IV. Emma " b. 27 Jan., 1849. 

- 126. V. Charles " b. 5 Oct., 1851. 

4137aa. Aurelia Adaline Hempstead, b. 
llleiidou, Ohio, March 25, 1822, d. Wellington, Ohio, Feb. 9, 

19, 111. Sent. 25, 1851, Orlando Barker, b. Peru. Mass. 
Dec. i", [8io, '1. Wellington, Ohio, March 3, r876, son of 
Thomas and Elizabeth (Fuller) Barker, who were among the 
pioneer settlers "i Lorain County, Ohio. 

Both Mr. and Mrs. Barker were buried in Huntington, O. 

Mrs. Barker received a thorough education at Central- Col- 

1 >hio, Academy , and taught »1 for many years. Mr. 
Barker was 1 arpenter and farmer. Res. Huntington and 
Wellington, Ohio. See "Additions and Corrc 

pare nt. 1 

Children, b. Huntington, Ohio, except last tv. 
792 I. Dwight (Barker), b. 13 Ai 52, d. May 

31. [853 
II. Monr : Lrker), b. 21 Dec, 1843, d. 
June. 1 861. 

2 ic. HI. Wallace (Barker), b. 9 Jl 

d. I\". CI b. 2~, May. 1859, m. 

Laura Butler. 
792 V. Ardelia !. irker), b. Wellington. Ohio, 21 

Jan., 1864. She graduated at Oberlin Col- 
let - is now a school teacher. 
VI. John Craig (Barker), b. Wellington, Ohio, 21 
Fe 



Seventh Generation. j6j 

41371)1). John Craig Hempstead, b. Blendou, 
Ohio, 29 Oct., 1S53, d. Topeka, Kansas, 22 May, 1892, m. at 
Des Moines. Iowa, 11 Jan., 1-851, Ellen E. Ramsey, b. Des 
Moines, Iowa, 14 June, 1831, d. Nevada, Iowa, 12 Oct., 1880. 
Mr. Hempstead was a school teacher, accountant and far- 
mer. 

Res. Blendon, Ohio, Nevada and Des Moines, Iowa, and 
Topeka, Kan-; • 

Child, b. Nevada, Iowa : 

-|-7926g. I. Charles William (Hempstead), b. 24 Aug., 

1856, m. Minnie May Person. 

4137e. Alexander S. Hempstead, b. Blen- 
don, Ohio. 27 August, [838, m. at Lewis Center, Ohio, 22 
Oct.. 1 Mary Prout Lewis, b. Essex Co., N. J., 3 Nov., 

1840, dau. of William Towney and Elizabeth (Fowler) Lewis, 
k, X. J. Re-. Westerville, Ohio. 
Mr. Hempstead was educated at Central College, Franklin 
Co., Ohio, Academy, and studied law. and has been a Justice 
of the Peace. 

He served three years in the Union army in the war of 1861. 

Children, b. Lewis Center, Ohio, except the first : 

27, I. Marion (Hempstead), b. Adel, Iowa, Nov., 

1S67. A clerk. 
II. William Emmett (Hempstead), b. 12 Feb., 

[847. An editor. 
[II. Grace (Hempstead) 12 April, 1877. 

teacher. 
7030. IV. Don Carlos (Hempstead), b. 20 August, 1879. 
A clerk. 

4138. Gustavus Swan Phelps, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, March 30, 1818, d. Placer County, CaL, Jan. 31, [871, 
m. Nov. 19, [838, Sarah M. Rugg, b. Dec. 16, 1818, d. Colum- 
bus, ( 1 22, 185 5, daughter of Mosesaud Isabel (Nich- 
olson) Rugg, Hem. 2nd, at Madisonvil o., Jan. J61, 
irah Elizabeth Smith, b. Pike Co., Mo.. April 30, 1840, dau. 
of Matthew M. and Susan (Lane) Smith. Res. Bl ; m and 
Columbus, Ohio, and Madisonville, Mo. Mr. Phelps was a 
farmer and horse dealer. 



Se i •< • n th ( tc n e ra Hon . 

Children by ist wife, b. Blendon, Ohio: 

+ 7931. I. Rosetta, b. March j + >. m. Robert D. 

Dean. 
7932. II. Moses T.,.b. Oct. 14. 1841, d. March 21, 1845. 

III. Edward Meredith, b. Sept 26, [843, d. Sept. 
15, 1853. 
7934. IV. Infant, b. April 11. 1845, d. April 14, 1845. 
V. Mary Isabel, b. Sept. 24. 1  WestUni< 1 

Iowa, July 14. 1896. m. June 24, 1 sn- 

jamin Heiserman. 
VI. Josephine Ru >. Julys, ; " '■■ May 12, 

187 

Children by 2nd wife : 

7937. VII. Everett J., b. Pike Co.. 111.. Nov. 13. 1861, 
d. Sept.. 
+ 7938. VIII. Lorena Frank, b. Ralls Co.. Mo., June 1. i8< 

m. Durham. 

IX. Homer Gustavus, b. Ralls Co., Mo., August 

27, i m. . 

X. Martha Mazie, b. Yolo Co . Cal., June 
1869, 111 Dr. ird. 

11. XI. Carri b. Lincoln, Cal., Feb. 20, 1871. 

A r at Red Bluff, C 

4139. William Jamison Phei - on, 

Ohio, 4 D( in-4 Feb., ti '9, 

Q d Nancy 

I Hart. 
Mr. Phel] i, Ohio irt of his fath« 

rm. He has been an active busin< - man. an exi 
farn held many office- | blic trust. 

Children 
+ 794: I, Frank, b. 19 Jan., 1852, m. Cora Dell Nol 

7943 . II. Edwa J. »■ Lydia M - 

Dei bier. 
+ 7944. III. Leonard, b. 25 Jun 5, m. LauraLandon. 

4140. Perry ' r Phei »n, O.. 
27 July, 1821, d. 14 Ft m. 16 Dec, 1841, Lauretta 



Seventh Generation. jf>9 

M. Wright, b. Blendon, Ohio, 17 July, 1S20, d. Blendon, Ohio, 
16 March, 1854, dan. of Cruger and Abigail (Goodrich) Wright. 

He ra. 2nd at Blendon, Ohio, 28 April, 1S55, Ann Mc- 
Whirk, who d. 17 Dec, 1858, 

He m. 3rd 8 March, i860, Priscilla Decker, of Genoa, Ohio. 

Res. 1 154 Highland Street, Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Phelps 
was a farmer and traveling salesman. He was buried in 
Green Lawn cemetery, Columbus, Ohio. 

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

7945. I. Alice, b. 21 Sept., 1842, d. 23 Jan., 1843. 

+ 7946. II. Chauncey Wright, b. 11 March, 1844, m. 

Jane Jones. 
: 147. III. Cruger, b. 9 April. 1848, d. 27 June, 1848. 
+ 794S. IV. Dayton Rugg, b. 25 April 1850, m. Laura 

Patterson. 
+ 7949. y. Kate, b. 23 May, 1852, m. Jonas Concklin. 

Children by 2nd wife, b. Blendon, Ohio : 

7950. VI. Charles, b. 14 Sept., 1856. 

7951. VII. Elizabeth, b. 16 Nov., 1858. 

Children by 3rd wife, b. Columbus, Ohio : 

71152. VIII. Ada, Adelaide, b. 2 Jan., 1861. 

7953. IX. Wilhelmina A., b. 8 May, 1862, m. John 

Keneer. Res. Chicago, 111. 2 children. 

7954. X. Robert F., b. 23 April, 1S64. 

414-1. Harriet Azubah Phelps, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, 18 May, 1S23, d. Sioux Falls, Dak., May, 1889, m. 9 
July, 1846, Porter Webster Benton, b. Springfield, Mass., 17 
April, 1822, d. Homer, Ohio, 12 June, 1886, son of Fliakim 
and Elizabeth (Meacham) Webster) Benton. (Elizabeth 
Meacham was daughter of Paul and Roxanna (Phelps) Meach- 
am No. 1058. See also "additions and corrections." 

Mr. Benton was buried at Sioux Falls, Dak. They had 
lived in Ouincy, 111., Sunbury and Blendon, Ohio, and Homer, 
111. 

Children : 

+ 7955. I. Thomas Kerr (Benton), b. Ouincy, 111., 14 

F ; eb., 1847, m. Helena Postlewaite. 



77° 


7956. 


7957- 


+ 7 


+ 7959- 


+ 796o. 


7<)6i. 


• 7 



Seventh Gejieration . 

II. Betsey Ann (Benton), b. Sunbury, Ohio. S- 
August, 184S. 

III. Augustus Porter (Benton), b. Sunbury, Ohio, 
20 July. 1850. 

IV. Mary Aurelia (Benton), b. Blendon, Ohio, 13 
Sept., 1852, m. Cyrus Wal 

V. Lucina Adelia (Benton), b. Blendon, Ohio, 28 

Feb., 1854, ui. Henry M. Avery. 
VI. Harriet Orintha (Benton), b. Blendon, Ohio, 
15 Jan., 1856, in. Menza L. Ashley. 
VII. Edwin Eliakira (Benton), b. Blendon, Ok 
12 .March. [858. 
VIII. Angeline Roxanna (Benton), b. Homer, 111., 
2 July, [S6i, m. John H. Duling. 

4143. Margaret Jane Phelps, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, 3 March, 1828, m. 22 Feb., 1844, Joseph C. Vance, b. 

, d, June 23, [882, son of Joseph and Cynthia (Hart) 

Vance. Settled in Blendon," Ohio in [841. Was a farmer. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio, except 3rd and 4th: 

7963. I. George Alexander (Vance), b. Oct. 3, 1845, 

d. [8, 1893. 

II. Edward Phelps (Vance), b. April 5, 1847, m. 
Lillian Xewcoiub, July 7. 

III. Juliann (Vance), b. Franklinton, O. Feb. 
1849, m. June 29, 1875, Vance Roberts, her 

'USUI. 

IV. Cynthia Ellen (Vance), b. Franklinton, O., 
August 20, 1850, m. William W. Hut< 
sou. 

V. Joseph (Vance), b. Ma : -. d. Aug - 

IS: 

VI. Lizzie (Vau June - 54. 

VII. Robert Cutler (Vance), b. Feb. io, 1856, m. 
Jane Dougla--. 
70. VIII. John Joseph (Vance), b. June 7, 1858, m. 

Donna Wilk: 
-1. IX. Abraham Lincoln (Vance), b. July 30, iS6o„ 
d. Jan. 30. [885. 



7964- 



+ 7' 






Seventh Generation, 

+ 7972. X. Timothy (Vance), b Nov. 29, 1864, m. M 

Johnson. * 

+ 7973- XI. Clinton Henry (Vance), b. June 22, 1866, m. 
Lulu P. Landon. 

4144. Timothy Denton Phelps, b. Bleudou, 
Ohio, Sept. 12. 1S50, m. Dec. 3, 1S50, Clarissa Pinney, b. 
Bleudou. Ohio, Dec. 7, 1830. d. Blendon. Ohio. June 12, 1868, 
daughter of Grove and Mary (Cumhiings) Pinn 7, ol Conn, 
and Blendon, Ohio. Hem. 2p 22, [869, Zelda An- 

drews, b. Worthington, Ohio, May 12, 1833. Res. Blendon, 
Ohio, and Kansas City. Kansas. 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer, live stock dealer and traveling sales- 
man. 

Children by ist wife, b. Blendon, Ohio: 

+ 7974- f. Alice Jennie, b. Sept. 3, 1851, m. James R, 

Fisher. 
7975- II. Albert Farcy, b. April 2, i fulv 10, 

54- 
+ 7' HI- Jessie Adel, b. July.,,, [855, m. Edwin M. 

Jocelyu, 
+ 7977- IV, Clara Josephine, b. Jan. 22, 1858, m. Arthur 

H. Jones. 
^797 s - V. Hector Melville, b. April 23, 1860, m. twice. 

- 7y; VI. Elmer Ellsworth, b. August 3, [863, m.. Mary 

R. Goodrich. 

Child by 2nd wife. b. Blendon, Ohio: 

VII. Timothy Denton, 1.. Oct. 9, 1871, m. Jenni« 
E. McGee. 

4145. Homer H. Phelps, b. Blendon. O., 
8 Nov., 1 832, 111. Mary Merrill, 24 Nov., 1853. 
Mr. Phelp -led in Iowa. 

Children, b. Iowa: 
•1. i. Fraud- I I 9 Sept., 185 l. 

7982. II. Florence E. , b. 14 August, 1835. 

414(5. Lauretta Clarissa Phelps, b. Blen- 
Ohio, Sept. is, ,833. m . Nov. 24, 1853, Nathan S. 
Vincent. 



jj2 Seventh Generation. 

Res. Blendon, Ohio. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio, except 5th : 

7983. I. Charles (Vincent), b, Dec. 9, 1855, m. Nov. 

22, 1898, Dora Carnes of Mansfield, O. 

7984. II. Chauncey (Vincent), b. Nov. S57, d. 

March 28, [885, in. Feb.. [884, Hattie 
Davis, 

7985. III. Cor win Thomas (Vincent), b. Dec. 24. 1 

(i Mari h . 
+ 7,. [V. Carri< ' »n, b. Oct. 14. 1862, m. Edward 

Linnabary. 
V. Joseph Clark (Vincent), b. Geneva, Ohio, 
March 21, [866, in. July 17 [898, Laura F. 
Hanson, of YVesterville, O. 
58. VI. William Person (Vincent), b. Feb. 1.; 

VII. Fred. Wright (Vincent), b. March 7, 1871, 

m. Cora Stanton. 
VIII. Walter Brown (Vincent), b. July 14, 1873. 

4149. Kmily Williams, b. Genoa, Ohio, May 
26, 1821, d. Feb. 3, 1890, in. George. McLeod, b. Genoa, 
Ohio, Jan. 2, [816, d. 1 1890. 

Mr. McLeod \va- tner in Genoa, Ohio. 

Children, b. Genoa, Ohio: 
.+ 7991. I. Milton William (McLeod), b. July 2, [844, 

m. Mary A. Schott. 
+ 7992. II. Clifford (McLeod), b. May 19, 1846, m- Ther- 

esa Jane Wurm. 
+ 7993, III. Miles Clinton (McLeo 3 | 

m. Ordelia J. Mahaney. 
+ 7994. IV. Emma (McL b. Oct. m. A. 1 

okman. 
+ 7995. V. CI McLeod), b. Oct. 4. 1853, m, IS - 

A. Hu 
+ 7 VI. Homer H. (McLeod). b. July 

Mary A. Mullen. 
4151. Amos Williams, b. Genoa. Ohio. Oct. 
2, 1823, m. Feb. 4, 3 an Campbell. 

Res. Genoa. Ohio. 



Seventh Generation. jyj 

Child : 

7997- I. 

4152. Edward Phelps Williams, b. Genoa, 
Ohio, 15 Dec, 1824, d. 30 April, 1895, m. 6 April, 1S51, 
Mary Octavo Fandon, of Blendon, Ohio, b. , d. 24 Aug 



&• > 



M 



Children : 

1 7998. I. Ida May (Williams), b. 1 May, 1852, in. Wil- 

liam M. Benton. 
7999. II. Inez (Williams), b. 16 August, 1S55, m - 

James Powell. 
100. III. Aunis Lee (Williams), b. 12 June, 1857. 

8001. IV. Edward Virgil (Williams), b. 30 Oct., 1859. 

Res. Kankakee, 111, 

8002. V. Nina (Williams), b. Genoa, Ohio, 7 Dec. ,1865. 
03. VI. John (Williams), b. Genoa, Ohio, 9 July, 

1867. R- es - Columbus, Ohio. Is in employ 
• >f a R. R. Co. 

4-156. Alma Williams, b. Genoa, Ohio, 22 
August. 1831, m, 3 May, [866, William H. Grinned, b. 
Genoa, Ohio, 1S14, d. 13 August, 1897, aged 83 years. 
Res. Blendon, Ohio, and Kankakee, 111. 

Children, b. Kankakee, 111., except the first : 

8004. I. Anna P., b. Blendon, Ohio, 19 Dec, 1867. 

8005. II, KateR., b. 2 Dec. , [868, m. 10 June, 1896, 

Allison Gibbs. 

8006. III. Grant, b. i6Sept., 1870. 

8007. [V. G. Clark, b. 19 June, 1872, m. 24 Nov., 189S, 

Anna Bowen. 

8008. V. Effa M., b. 8 May, 1876. 

4157. Corixtha Williams, b. Genoa, Ohio, 
18 Dec, 1832, d. 26 Feb., 1863, m. 8 Feb., 1855, Edwin Phil- 
lips, sou of William and Helen (Bishop) Phillips, of Wester- 
ville, Ohio. 

Children: 

8009. I. William (Phillips), b. 12 Aug., 1858. Res. 

Columbus, Ohio. Is in employ of Standard 
Oil Co. 



~~4 Seventh Generation. 

10. II. Frank (Phillips), b. 3 Dec. s 1859. A farmer 

near Galena, Ohio. 
Son. III. Charles (Phillips), b. 23 June. 1S61. Supt. 
Industrial Dept., Illinois State Reform 
School, at Peoria. 111. 

415S. Cloe Williams. 1). Genoa. Ohio, Feb, 
6, [835, in. Ma) -'4. 1860, Rodney Romoaldo Cooke, b. Feb. 
26, 1832, d. Clintonville, Ohio, Oct. 28, 18 son of Rodney 
and Laura (Cowles) Cooke. .Mr. Cooke \\ . rmer. 

Child, b. Clintonville, Oh 
112, I. Luella X., b. March 3, 1862. 

415i). LUCINDA LORELLY WILLIAMS, b. 

uoa, Ohio, Nov, 1. ; m. Dec, 21, 1854, William Penn 

Vincent, b. — — -, d. , 

While Mr. Vincent was in raising cotton n 

He! jrkansas, he . .en prisoner August 15. 1864, by 

Confederate troops, and died while a prisoner. 

Children: 

8013. I. William Pall ert (Vincent), b. Troy, Ohio, 

Oct, 17, 1857, m. at Pittsburgh, Pa., Nov. 
12. 1897, Cecelia Connelly, Res South 
Bethlehem, Pa. He is superintendent of 

tral R. R. 
- 14. II. Jennie - (Vincei ' - . m. 

Delawa Sept. 12. 1884, ( ! 

Creighton, and. Res. Mi 

>w, Ida! 

4160. Virgil Douglass Willi 

Ohio, August il i, d. June 

Dec. 25, imel \, b. , d. March 21 

Mr. Williams enl . Ohio Vol. Ii 

Sept. 24 the civil war. He was m 

many battles, and at the m Hills, in th 

of Vicksburg. May, 1863, received a gunshot wound in the 
head from which he recovered at the time, but in 1874 a 
growth on the brain caused by the wound gave him softening 
of the brain, from which he died a year later. He was a 
farmer. 



Seventh Generation. 775 

Children, b. Genoa, Ohio: 
+ 8015. I. Iouo Cox (Williams), b. Jan. 8, 1S6S. 111. Ira 

H. Steele. 
+ 8016. II. Bertha Phelps (Williams), b. July 15, 1871, 

m. George W. Page. 

8017. III. Gilbert Hoover (Williams), b. March 12, 1873, 

d. Jan. ii, 1875. 

41(>1. Victor Williams, b. Genoa, Ohio, 
August, 1839, m. 12 Sept., 1865, Priscilla Martin, of Genoa, 
Ohio. 

Mr. Williams is a farmer in Galena, Ohio. 

Children, b. Genoa. Ohio : 

8018. I. Lucinda (Williams), b. 24 Oct., 1866. 

8oj II. Edward (Williams), b. 4 June, 187 i,d. 6 June, 

[871. 

III. Clayton Gilbert (Williams), b. 24 August, 1S72, 

m. Elizabeth Hain< 

8< 21. VI. Effie Fayetta (Williams), b. 8 May. 1875, m. 

.■.April, 1897, Charles Franklin McCarty. 

'22. V. Virgil Clifton (Williams), b. 31 August, 187s. 

VI. Clarence Victor (Williams,) b. 31 May, 1884. 

■1162. Mary Azubah Gillespie;, b. Blendou, 
Ohio, 22 August, 1818, m. 4 April, 1844, Ephraim McCleary, 
of Harrisville, Ohio. Probably had seven children. 

Mr. McCleary was a farmer and stock raider in Harrisville, 
Ohio 

Child, b. Harrisville, Ohio : 

024. J, Clayton (McCleary), b. 19 Sept., 1848. m, 

Henrietta Holmes. 

■1103. William Marcus Gilllspik, b. Bleu- 
dou, Ohio, 19 Oct., 1821, m. Bleudon, Ohio, 4 Nov., 184'., 
Ann Park, b. Philipsburg, X. J., 20 August, 1821, d. Durfee, 
Ind., 1 • 1 [878, dau. of Abuer and Sarah (Peunell) Park. 

Mr. Gillespie was a farmer in Durfee, Ind., but is now re- 
tired, living with his children. He and his wife settled in 
Jefferson, Ind., in 1848, clearing up land that was heavily 
wooded. 

Children, b. Durfee, Ind : 



yj6 Seventh Generation. 



S025. 


I. 


(Gillespie 


0. d. 


young. 


S026. 


II. 


. . 




. 1 


8027. 


III. 


. . 




. 1 


+ S02X, 


IV. 


Mary Cornelia 


b. 


[8 Sept., 1856, m. 

Samuel F. Swayne. 


29. 


V. 


Arthur Marion 


1). 


6 Oct., 1858, m. 
Barbara Howen- 

stine. 


'30. 


VI. 


Morton Abram ' ' 


1.. 


15 I'\ m. 

Ina Smith. 



+1(14. Abram Jabez Gillespie, b. Blendon, 

Ohio, April 11, [824, m. at Blendon, Ohio. May 3 [$, 

Amanda D. Jenkins, b. Erie Co., N. V., Oct. 25. [824, dau. 
oi Samuel and Margaret R. Jenkins. 

Mr. Gillespie and family removed to Jefferson, Ind., in 
Dec, [852. He served in the Union army in the war oi 1861. 
He is a farmer and has held many local offices. Is a member 
Methodist Episcopal Church. He owns the -word 
which his father, Capt. Men/.es Gillespie carried in the war 
of 1812. 

Res. Land, Ind. 

Children : 
131. I. Isora Jenkins (Gill b. Blendon. Oh 

Dec. ! 5, tn. Louis Balus. 

II. Eudora Azuba (Gillespie), b. Blendon, Ohio, 
July 30, 1851, m. Theodore Swihart. 
+ S<>; V ;. III. Sylvester Men I b. Jefferson, 

Ind.. Sept. ( [853, m. Annabell Drule 

4-l(>5. Alma Lucy Gillespie, b. Blendon. 
Ohio, July 3, [827, d. Feb. 9 1893, m. Nov. 2, 1S47, Mo 

rt Dickey, b. North Greenwich. X, V. d. Central 

College, Ohio, March 12. [? m of Joseph and Lovina 

(Taggart) Dicker Greenwich, N. Y. 

Mr. Dickey came to Blendon, Ohio, in June, 1S3S. He was 
a farmer. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio: 
34. I. Clarence Walter (Dickey), b. August }l, 

1S4S, m. April 4. is g4 , Flora Robinson, of 



Seventh Generation. j~j 

Alton, Ohio. They have two children. He 
a clerk in the U. S. pension bureau at 
Washington, D. C. 
•- 035. II. Alice Lovina (Dickey), b. Dec. 11, 1849, m. 

John Alien McCoy. 
• 136. III. Alma Gill (Dickey), b. Dec. 8, 1 

137. IV. Charles Albert (Dickey), b. June 18, [855, d. 

Feb. 26, 1858. 
038. V. Clayton Leroy (Dickey), b. July 26, 1859, in. 

Mary F. Wilbur. 
59. VI. Marcus Courtland (Dickey), b. Sept. 

1861, m. at Cincinnati, Ohio, April 26, 
[890, Mary Lewis, (if Newport, Ky. Res. 
Columbus, O. Mr. Dickey is a newspaper 
editor. 

±l(i(). Menzes Phelps Gillespie, b. Blendon, 
Ohio, Jan. 5. 1830, d. Nov. [9, 1896, m. Dec. 21, 1854, Har- 
riet E. Eblin. 

Mr. Gilles is a farmer in Ohio, and Mount Vern 

South Dakota. 

He served in Co. C, 133rd Ohio Vol. Inf., in war of 1861. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio: 

\o. I. George Wa Gillespie) b, April n, 1856, 

d. Sept. 27, 18 
41. II. Robert Ernest (Gil ), b. Jan. 12, 1 

m. Mary M. Fisher. 

4169. Octavius Phelps, b. Blendon. Ohio. 8 
June. 1825, m. Lydia Decker, 1 June, t s 4 S . She was b. Penn. 
and d. Oct. 25, 1883, daughter of Henry Decker. He m. 2nd, 
March 26. [885, Martha E. Slater, b. Warren Co., Ohio, .March 
5, 1839. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Jefferson. Whitley Co., Ind. Is a 
mer, and has beer, justice of the peace for many year 

Children, b. Jefferson, Ind., by est wife: 
8042. I. Agues Jane, b. 5 Sept., 1 850, m. M. G. 

Wright. 

43. II. Florence, b. 21 Feb., 1852. m. William Rich. 

44. III. William Henry, b. 21 June, 1854. 



1.' 



; ? Seventh Generation. 

8045. IV. Edward E..b. 23 Feb.. 1-  Oct. 16, 1 

8046. V. Corwin, b. May 23 m. 

4170. Au< - Phelps, b.,Blendon, Ohio, 
22 July, 1826, m. Mary E. Bullard, 

Mr. Phelps settled in Blendon, Ohio, where lied. May 
1855. 

Child, b. Blendon. 1 
1^7- I- ( 55. 

4171. Masy Azubah Phei Blendon, O, 

1 Feb., [828, 0. Fairmount, Neb., Jan. 11, 1894, m. at Fort 
Wayne, End., Henry Lewis Bad He was 

n of Dr. Badger. Settl< d in Genoa, ( \ 
to foliet, 111 and in 1868 to Fairmount, and later to 

Akron, Co >. where Mr. I was county surveyor. 

Children: 

I. Lewis H. 11' Genoa, Ohio, 5 Oct., 

m. Minnie F. Weis. 
LI. Jeani Joliet, 111., Oct. 28, 1865, 

in. Edwin M. Forb< 

4174. Sarah Elizabeth I -. b. Ble 1 

Oh itrawberry Valley, Cal., 19 Oct., 

in. in California, 9 July, ander Mclntyi 

Tile) in 1851, but Mr. Mclntyre emi 

• - i'ornia. sendii ah in out w . 

her b .vard for California, where the marr: 

had two children. Mr, Mclntyre settled in 
. tvberry Vallej . Cal, 

4180. i Caroline Phelps, b. Blen- 

don, Ohio, 14 Nov.. 1835, m. 4 May, 1S54. Franc's B. Dean. 
Mr. Dean r near Columbus, Ohio. 

Children, b. Mifflin. Ohi 
I. Homer Phelps (Dean), b. 4 Dec. m. 

Shirley Tur: ; 
II. ( .1 Jan., 1864, m. Wil- 

:n L. LrOugman. 
HI. Mary Elizabeth (Dean), b. 22 Feb.. 1869, m. 
William F. Dill. 



rtV 



vV 








Seventh Generation. 779 

8053. IV. Howard Flower- (Dean), b. 2 Jan., 1871, m. 
S Dec, 1897, Oliver M. Leish of Columbus, 
Ohio. Mr. Dean is a druggist in Columbus, 
Ohio. 
+ 8054. V. Katie Rachel (Dean), b. 16 Jan., 1873, m. 

William E. Postle. 

8055. VI. Laura May (Dean), b. 9 Jan., 1S76. d. 22 

Dec, 1887. 

4181. Lieut; H. Warren Phelps, b. Bl 
don, Ohio, 15 May, 1830, m. Louise M. Clark, 1 Jan., 186 
She is No. 7922, and is now living (1899). 

Mr. Phelps is a farmer in Westervilje, Ohio. He is secre- 
tary of the Phelps family reunion, of the descendants of Ed- 
ward and Azubah Phelps, who settled in Bleudon, Ohio, i8< 
This family, have a reunion "yearly, and have had for several 
years past. There were over one hundred descendants, I 
sick- many other friends, present at the last reunion. 

Lieut. H. Warren Pheips enlisted -for three years in the 
98th Reg. Ohio Vol., ''arid commanded a company from July, 

>2, to 19 August, 1865, He was a member of the General 
Military Court Marl . in Memphis-, Tenu., in June, Jul}- and 
August, 1804. Hekepta regular daily diary, inarched through 
seven states and over 1 . roo miles, and was engaged in twenty 
battles, besides the sieg< Vicksburg, and siege at Spanish 

fort off Mobile. He is now a farmer and stock owner in Blen- 

m, Ohio. 

Children, b. Blendon, Ohio, except the first : 

8056. I. George H., b. 23 Dec, [868, 111. Bertha 

S wit chard. 
= 7. II. Roland C, b. 23 May, 1871. 

III. Grace Clark, b. 25 Nov., 1874, graduated 
Columbus, Ohio. 
8< 59, IV. Warren D., b. Washington, Ohio, 8 April, 

1877- 
>o, V. M. Louisa, b. 11 Dec, [880. 

3o6] VI. Homer M., b, 10 July, [880. 

4-1 S:i. Jerusha Phelps, b. Chase, N. Y., 16 
August, 1788, 111. 1st David Kinsley, 2nd Orson Graves. 



/So Seventh Generation. 

Children, by ist husband : 
S062. I. Caroline (Kinsley), b. 28 Jan., 18 

8063. II. Phebe " b. 28 Jan.. [808. 

8064. III. Daniel " b. 17 Jan.. [811. 

Children, by 2nd husband : 

IV. Emily (Graves), b. i.g Feb., 1817. 
8< V. Jane b. 2 Jan., 18 1 

806 VI. Electa b. 1 August. 182 1. 

4-1S4-. Samantha Phelps b. Chase, X. V., 1 
Jul}-, 1790, in. Francis Cornish. 

Shed. Plattsburg, X. Y.. April, 1851. 

Children, b. Plattsburg, X. V.: 
+ 8068. I. Henry PI: Cornish), m. Mary J. Thomp- 

son. 

69. II. Phebe (Cornish), b. 30 July, [826, m. John 

Roj 

70. III. Susan (Cornish), b. about 1829, d. [846. 

71. 1Y. David Xash (Cornish), b. 1832, m. Cecile 

Chetlaine. 

4186; Elijah D. Phelps, b. CI X. v., 12 

Jan.. [796, m. Hannah Smith. She was daughter of Elder 
Jesse and Hannah (Bai Smith. He was a Baptist minister. 

Mr. Phelps was a carpenter and resided in Ogdensbu 
Saranac, Albany, X. Y. Motte, Vt., and located in Canada. 
He d. Sarauac, June, 1843. His widow d 17 Dee., 1862. 
e m. 2nd Cook, by whom she had no issu. 

Children : 

+ 8072. 1. Orilla Hannah, b. Ogdem i, X. X.. 16 

Oct.. [820, m. Samuel Trombley. 
-3. II. I.niaue, b. Chase, X. Y., 21 May. - m. 

ist Melorsa Kuepper. 2nd Georgie Brown. 
+ 8074. HI. Merrit Hodgekiss. b. Lucelle, Can.. March 
22, 1829, m. Mary Anne Ha\vk>. 
• 75 IY. Henry, b. Isle La Motte. Yt., 111. Ann E, 

Jackson. 

V. Norman, b. Alburg, Yt., m. Esther . 

77. VI. Zelia. b. Alburg, Yt., I  01. St Frank 

Clark Hartwe'.l. 2nd Dr. James Clark. 






*u 








Seventh (feneration. j8i 

807 ~. VII. Sidney Elijah, b. Saranac. N. V., 11 Dec, 
1841, m. Susan Gale. His name was changed 
to Sidney Cook, after his step-father. 

8079. VIII. Wilson, d. young. 

S0S0. IX. Theodius, d. young. 

8081. X. A child, 

4191. Joel W. Phelps, b. New Haven, Vt., 
1786, in. Lucretia Eldercorn. 

Mr. Phelps, says the record, died in New Orleans in 1811, 
leaving three children. We find no record stating his family 
were with him. 

Children : 

8082. I. Anna. 

8083. II, Ma 

8084. III. Amelia. 

4193. Polly Phelps, b. Stonebridge, C. W., 

tn. Joseph Wright. Settled in Grand Island, Vt. 

Child: 

8085. I. Susan, b. Grand Island, Vt., m. -, 

4200. Elnathan Phelps, b. Fairfield, Vt., 
about 1800, m. Phebe Blakely. 

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Stonebridge, C. E., 
where he settled, and where he d. in Oct., 1858, leaving eight 
children. 

4202. Mirabah Phelps, b. Fairfield, Vt., m. 
tuel Hungerford. 
Settled in Stonebridge, C. E. 

Child : 

86. I. A daughter, (Hungerford), b. Stonebridge, 

C. 

4208. Eliza G. Phi ;.:■-. b. Fairfield, Vt., m. 
William S. Bull. 

Settled in Montreal, C. E., where he died, leaving two sons. 
His wife resided at Stonebridge, with her son. 

4205. John Bi rk Phi . b. Fairfield. Vt., 
m. Rachel Blakely. 



> '' 



j82 . Seven tli Generation. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Stonebridge, C. K. Had two 
daughti 

4206. James Turner Phelps, b: Fairfield, 
Vt., in. Lucy Jane Mitchell. 

Mr. Phelps removed early in life with his father to Sto 
bridge, C. E. After marrying, settled first in Kvansville, 
Yt.. and from there to Chelsea. Ma- 
Children : 

80X7. I. William West. 

II. Charles Alansou. 

III. Mary Elizabeth. 

IV . James Turn 

091. V. Edward Lib« rty, / twi 

VI. Lucy Jai S« pt 

4Y07. M \kv Miranda Phi i E nebrid 

C. 1 oiu [820, m. Harvey Jewell. Settled in Michigan 

City, Ind. 

Child: 

I. Mary Eliza (Jew . Michigan City, Ind, 

4*211. Lthamar Day Pj - onebrid 

Canada Feb. 9, m. in Michigan City. Ind., May - 

1852, Susan Chapman, b. Newburgh, X. Y 2. is 

daughter of P. and Mary Chapman. T tied in - ith- 

port an id. 

.94. I. Mary L,,ui<a. b. Michigan City, Ind.. Jan. . 

mi. William A. \\ 
II. William Gerard, b. L.. April 

m. Marion IV- - 

A'liV). Rev. Arza j. -abeth- 

town, X. Y., 17 August, 1809, m. . 

Rev. Mr. thodist minister, and a prominent 

Mirer of tl " Conference, and a nun 

ice, and in 

most of the towns and cities in thee ce. In i860 he 

was located at Oswego, X. Y. He had five daughters 

4262. Susan Phi - 1 Harwinton, Ct., A1 
11, 1788, d. March 21, i£ m. Nov. 3o6, Hlihu Olm- 






^ BURR PHELPS ?** 

"b. Oct. 20, 1790 m. l.Hiza Phelps m. 

Harwinton,Ct. 2. Anna Crandall--Mar.27, 

a. — 1360 3.7, r id.Hutchenson 1317. 

ast Guilford, N.Y. 

(moved from Ct. to Westford,N.Y. ) 

Is^ue: by Anna Crandall 

1. Sally S. b.July 7,1819. m.Eurlin Goldsrdth 

d. - 1909. 

2. Lorenzo b. Jan. 9, 1321. m.Jane Covey 

3. Leroy b. " " ra. Helen Burlingame 

4. Margaret b. Aug. 13, 1325 m. James Wakeman 

^.Harriet b. Mar. 9, 1827. m. James Douglass 

6.LeGrand b. Mar. 14, 1329. m. Eliza Burrows 

7.0ctavia b.FebllO,1331. m. George Brightman 

3. Horace b. Nov .13,1334. m. Belle Talcott 

9.Milo S. b.Feb.17,1337. m. Minerva Smith 

2. Sarah Hathaway 

10. James S .b. Oct. 20,1339 . m. Laura Douglass 

2. V/id. Buckley 

ll.V.'illiam b.July 4,1343. ra. Belle Weidtman 

(From Toombstone -East Guilford N.Y. and from 
family Bible of Mrs. Wm.H. Phelps , Sidney, IT. Y. ) 

•4267. Ransom Phklps, b. Harwinton, Ct., 

May, 1800, m.* Laura Plant, 27 Sept., 1826. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Philadelphia, Jefferson Co., N. Y. 
Children, b. Philadelphia, N. Y.: 



USGRAND L.P KELPS 

b. Mar. 14. 1829. m. Eliza Jane Burrows 

Vestford,N.Y. Feb. 27, 1354, at Oxford, N.Y. 

d. Mar. 1,1Q01. (dau.Amasa& Phi ana (Howl In) 
asonville,N.Y. 

b. Apr. ?, 1332. 

(both burrled at d.June 17,1921 .Omaha, Neb . 
Sidney, IT. Y.) 



Issue: 

1. Clarence L. b. Jan. 12, 1355 m.Ida S .Orwln 

Guilford, N.Y. 
d. 



2. Jennie M. b.Feb.11,1862. (unmarried) 

Guilford, N.Y. 
d. 



3. Ada Eugenie b.Kay 31,1863. m. Edward Sweet 

Guilford, N.Y. 

d. 



Burr Phelps, the father of Legrand, moved 
his family to East Guilford, N.Y. and several 
of his sons had large farms in this section, in 
and around Sidney, N.Y. The widow and daughter 
and son of IT 1111 an H. are living at Sidney at 
the present time. (Nov .1935) 

member of the General Confe m 

most of the towns and cities in the conference. In i860 he 
was located at Oswego, N. Y. He had five daughtei 

4J6'2. Si san Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct., Au 
„, 1788, d. March : m. Nov. Elihu Olm- 






CLARSNCS L. PHELPS 

Id. Jan. 12,1355. m. Ida S.Orwin(of Deposit) 

Guilford, N.Y. Apr. 11, 1873 .at Windsor, N.Y. 

d ' 

d. 
Issue: 

.Bertha E. b. Mar. 27, 1879. m. Ferdinand Wendt 

d. 
I.Clarice b.Aud.3,1331. 



5.m.lzabeth b. Nov. 28, 188^ m.Frank Smith 
^.Clara E. b. Aug. 31, 1334 m. George Woodard 
, .James G. b. Feb. 17, 1337 m. Margaret Quigley 
;. Marie 3. b. Nov. 12, 1389. ra. Verne Pruden 
'.Katherine b. Oct. 21, 1392. m.Fred W. Sterne 
J.John 0. b. Nov. 21, 1398. ra.Signe Peterson 
9. Abigail b. Nov .20,1900 .ra. Charles LeBarr 

(Clarence and his wife took homestead land 
it Marshal town, Iowa and later Belmont Nebraska, 
[•hey now live, as does his sister Jennie, atBelle- 
r ue, Neb. They have ranch lands and the children 
Live mostly in Nebraska, and Iowa at this time. 



4-267. Ransom Phelps, b. Hanvinton, Ct., ( 
May, iSoo, m.« Laura Plant, 27 Sept., 1S26. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Philadelphia, Jefferson Co., N. Y. 
Children, b. Philadelphia, N. Y.: 



ABA SCJG'SNIS PH^PS 

b. May 31,1368. M. Edward Sweet(of Troy, N. 

Guilford, N.Y. Dec. 30, 1391 at Masonville,N."5 

d. 

b. Oct. 11, 1866 Troy, N.Y 
d, Aug. 2,1931. Utlca, " 

Issue: 

l.Mary E. b. Aug. 15, 1^93. m.,. Chester A.vr.Smlth 

Merridale,N.Y. 2. Hereward Carrin^ 

ton 
2. Kathleen b. Dec .6,1895. m. Horace McConnell . 

3. Ada Phelps b.May 26,1393. m.Carl Gray 

(divorced) 

'rs. Edward Sweet (Ada S.Phelps) now lives with 
her daughter Ada (professional name Nancy Vaughn) 
at 5 ^ast 12th St., N.Y. C. and they have a Tea Room 
at 557 Fifth Avenue,N.Y.C. 

Kathleen McConnell lives at Narberth,Pa. and has 
four children, Donald, Betty, Richmond and Kay. 

Marie Sweet Carrington is Secretary, and her hus 
band, Hereward Carrington is Director, of The Amer- 
lean Psychical Institute of 20 ..est 58th St . ,N.Y.C, 
She has one son De.Vilton Smith -b. Nov .14,1919. at 
Utlca, N.Y. He attends school at VanHornsville,N.Y. 

JAM153 Q.PH3LP 3 in. Margaret Quigley and has 
b. Feb. 17, 1337. 1. James Jr. b. Mar. 12,1914. 

2. Jean b. July 23, 1920. 

3. William b. Mar. 6, 1917. 

JOHN O.PKlflLFi m.Signe Peterson and has 
1. John JR. 1925. 2. William. 1926. 3. Ann. 1930. 

m J of the towns and cities in the ce In .860 

"as located a. Oswego, N. Y. He had five danghters. 
4*ao Susan Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct. 

M . 17 ss. d.M^;,: m.Nov. .6. 1866, Elihu Olxn- 






Seventh Generation . ySj 

sted, b. Torriugton, Ct., Feb. 17, 1782, d. May 16, 1853, son 
of Roswell and Elizabeth (Stanley) Olmsted. 

Children, b. Harwinton, Ct.: 

8096. I, Roswell (Olmsted), b. 28 Jan., 1 808 , m. Sarah 

A. Taylor. 

8097. II. Lucius Uri (Olmsted), b. n Feb.. 1811, m. 

Catharine F. Brown. 

8098. III. Sarah S. (Olmsted), b. 31 Dec, 1812, m. 

Stephen Barnes 

8099. IV. Kliza P, (Olmsted), b. 21 Feb., 1815, m. 

Fbeuezer Sexton. 

8100. V. Julius A. (Olmsted), b. 29 March 1819, m. 

Salome Tuttle. 

4264. Uri Tracy Phelps, Ik Harwinton, Ct., 

17 April, 1793. m. Almira , 9 July, [8] 

Mr. Phelps soon after marrying removed to Hickory Hill, 
Marion Co., 111. 

Children, b. Hickory Hill, 111. : 

8101. I. 1 i Louisa L., b. 6 Feb., 1820, d. same 

twin day. 

Si< - H. \ I Eliza, b. 6 I 1 20, m. Alvin 

! »udley, .Settled Terre Haute, 
Ind, She d. 22 Dec, i860. 
+ 8103. III. Ransom, b. 13 Jan.. 1822, m. 

8104. IV. Sally, b. 17 May. 1830, m. Win. Meadows, of 

Hickory Hill, 111. 

4-2(>6. Sheldon Phelps, b. Harwinton, Ct,, 

24 March, 1799, m. Mary Adams, 1 Feb., 1X26. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Harwinton, Ct., where he d. 2 Feb., 
1S24. 

Children, b. Harwinton, Ct.: 

+ N105, E Sheldon Erastu- I 1 > Dec, 1821, m. . 

8106. IE Malvina, b. 26 Jan., 1S24. m. James Drake, 

of Cleveland, Ohio, 

4*267. Ransom Phklps, b. Harwinton, Ct, 
May, 1800, m.'Eaura Plain, 27 Sept., 1826. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Philadelphia, Jefferson Co., X. Y. 
Children, b. Philadelphia, N. Y.: 



784. Seventh Generation. 

8107. I. Nancy, b. 5 Feb., 1S29, m. Gould. 

810S. II. Uri Butler, 28 Nov., 1830. 

4268. Adin Phi- lps. b. Harwinton, Ct., 1 
July, 1805, m. 26 Oct., 1834, Marietta Phelps. She was No. 
4277. Mr. Phelps first settled in Harwinton, Ct., soon re- 
moving to Winsted, Ct. 

Child, b. Winsted, Ct.: 
8109. I. Charles Miner b. 4 Sept., [836, d. 9 May, 

[853. 
4273. Mary Phelps, b. Harwinton. Ct., 7 
August, 1799, d. Torrington, Ct., 2 Sept.. m. 25 Oct., 

1825, Elizur Barber, b. 4 Sept., ;;-.-. - : ichar Barber, 
of Harwinton, Ct. 

He settle: on a farm a little south of Wolcottville, 1 
Torrington, Ct. 

Children, b. Torrington, Ct.: 

19a. I. Adaline E. (Barber), b. 9 Sept., 182 d. 9 

\)l-c, is. 
8109b. II. Adaline M. (Barber), b. 9 Now, [828, 111. 
Sanford H. Perkins. 
+ 8109C. III. Elvin E. (barber), b. 7 April, 1831, in. Julia 
A. Bii - 
»gd. I\'. Sarah K. (Barber), b. 14 Oct.. 1X33, d. r8 
June. 1834. 
M09C V. Charles E. (Barber), b. 7 June, 1835, d. 8 
M irch, 18 
-r-8io9f. VI. Mary E. (Barber), b. 13 Nov., 1837.. m. 5 
ney G. Law. 
8io9g. VII. Charles P. (Barber), b. 20 Feb., 1840, d. 11 
Dee.. [863. 
-r-Sio 9 h. VlII. Mynui E. (Barber), b. 21 Oct. .1843. in. Kliza- 

h Young. 
■i'iTS. Martha Phelps, b. Harwinton. Ct. 3 
May, 1808, m. S lu Osborn, 11 Feb., 1S40. 

His wile died 31 IX S5. 

Child : 
8110. I. Minor (Osborn). b. 4 Sept., 1836, d. 9 May, 

1S = 



Seventh Generation . 

4280. Loyal Cask Phelps, b. New Haven, 
Vt., about 1810, 111. . 

Mr. Phelps settled in New Haven, Vt. 

Children, b. New Haven, Vt.: 

81 1 1. I. Jenette C, b. about 184* . 

8112. II. Matthew, was of Grinnell, Iowa, 1S71. 

8113. III. Loyal Case. Settled Granville, O., Nov. 2, 

187 1, m. Carlisle C, Phelps 
3114. IV. Atlantic Luman. 

4281. Samuel Matthew Phelps, b. N 
Haven, \ T t., about 1815, m. . 

Mr. Phelps was a sailor in the U. S. 

Child: 
[15. Helen. 

4 k 2S*2. Luman Atlan ck Phelps, b. New Ha- 

ven, Vt., about 1816, m. . 

Mr. Phelps w: ailor in the U. S. N' . 

Children: 

1 16. I. George, murdered in Brooklyn, X. \ . , when 

8 years old. 






II. Jenette, d. unin. 



III. Frances, m. Mich I phens. 

42S4. Ovah Hoyt b. New Haven, Vt., May 
25 [80 d. Feb. m, [866, m. Mary Clark, b. 1800, d. 1855, 
daughter of Dea. Solomon Clark of Vergennes, Vt. 

Child: 

[19. I. William Clark (Hoyt), b. _ ., m. Sabina M. 

I'ai\ 

4288. Ezra Matthew Hoyt, b. New Havi 
Vt., Dec. 5, 1812, m. Charlotte Bottom, daugb.1 I ; H, 

P. Bottom. She d. March 12, 1851. 

Child: 

S[ -0- I. George Wilberforce (Hoyt) b [844, d. May 

19 [858. 



j86 Seventh Generation. 

4291. Charles Cook Phelps, b. Harwinton, 
Ct., 22 April, 1827. The next year his father removed to 
Vernon, X. V. He m. Mary A. Frisbie, at Vernon, N. Y., 4 
Jan., 1865. She was daughter of Wilson and Huldah (Xoble) 
Frisbie, and was b. Harwinton, Ct., 25 August, 1831, Mr. 
Phelps settled in Vernon, X. Y. He is a farmer. 

Children, b, Vernon, X. Y.: 

[21. I. John II., b. 21 March, [81 

8122. II. James F., b. 21 March, 1S66. 

■23. III. George, b. 26 July, 1871, d. g Feb. [872. 

X'lW'l. Anson Giu ett Phelps, b. Vernon, X. 
Y., 24 August, 1828, m. Emily C. Parsons, at New Haven, 
Ct., 9 May, 1865. She was daughter of Alonzo and Cynthia 
(Fish) Parsons, ami was b. Warehouse Point, Ct., 2 Dec. 

Mr. Phel] .led in New Haven. Ct,, and is a clock- 

maker. His address in [870 was No. 90 Exchange Strei 
New Haven, Ct . 

Children, b. New Haven, Ct.: 
24. I. Mary Gillett, d. 1S74. 

8125, II. Mabel ' Gertrude, b. 1 8; 

4'".>-l. Amoretta Ursula Phelps, b. Vernon, 
N. Y.. 9 June, 1834, m. Chaunce> B. Burleigh, at Vernon, 
X. V., 24 March, [858, lie was b. Vernon, X. V,, pril, 

2, where he sett! 

Children : 

812 I. Fanny U. (Burh b. Vernon. X. V., 11 

April 
M27. II. Helen M. (Burleigh), b. Westmoreland, X. 

Y., 19 Dec. 1864. 
8128. HI. Emma G. (Burleigh), 1>. Vernon, X. Y., 26 

Jan., 

4:{(Mi. Emil\ Faber Phei.ps. b. Clarkson, X*. 
Y., 25 Oct., [831, removed with her father to Vernon. X. V., 
when young; m. Waite Garret Spencer. 

He settled in Vernon. X. Y. They had two children. One 

d young. 



Seve?ith Generation. ySy 

4307. Esther Gillktt Phelps, b. Vernon, 
N. Y., May, 1835, m. Charles Dwight Allen. Settled in 
Vernon, N. Y. Had one child who died young. 

•4310. Rev. David Belden Lyman, b. New 
Hartford, Ct., July 28, 1803, d. Oct. 4, 1884, ui. Nov. 3, 
1831, Sarah Joyner of Royalton, Vt. 

He was graduated at Williams Coliege in 182S. and later at 
Andover Theological Seminary. Soon after marriage he went 
to the Sandwich Islands as a missionary, and in 1871 lie was 
principal of the Missionary High School for natives at Hilo, 
Hawaii. 

Children, b. Hilo, Hawaii.: 

Si 29. I. David Brainerd (Lyman), 1). 1833, d. 1836. 

+-8130. II. Henry Munson b. Nov. 26, 1835, 

111. Sarah K. Clark. 
-+-8131. III. Frederick Schwartz (Lyman), b. Ju[y » 

[837, m. Isabella Chamberlain. 
8132. IV, David Brainerd (Lyman), b, March 27, 1840. 

He removed to the United States in i860, 

graduated at Yale, 1864, and Harvard Law 

School £865, and is now practicing law in 

Chicag . I i 899). 
+ 8133, V. Rufus Anderson (Lyman), b. June 23, 1842, 

m. Rebecca Brick wood. 

8134. VI. Ellen Elizabeth (Lyman), b. Sept. 27, 1845, 

d. Chicago, 111., Jan. 13, 1868. 

8135. VII. Francis Ogden (Lyman), b. Aug. 6, 1847. 

Removed to the United States, 1866, gradu- 
ated at Harvard 187 1. He was one of the 
famous boat club in the boat club in the 
race with Oxford 1869. 
35a. VIII. Emma Washburn (Lyman), b. Sept. 1849. 
Res. 1S71 in Chicago, 111. 

4319. William Edward Phelps, b. Elmwood, 
111., 9 Oct., 1S35. m. Ellen A. Wiley, 17 May, 1863. She 
was daughter of James M. and Margaret Wiley, and was b. 
Brimfield, 111., 13 Aug., 1844, Mr. Phelps settled in Elm - 

wood, 111., and is President of the Elmwood Coal Co., miners 



jS8 Seventh Generation. 

and shippers of the " Elimvood and Kickapoo " coal. He was 
at one time U. S. consul at St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Children, b. Elmwood, 111.: 

8136. I. William Joshua, b. 19 Nov., 1866, m. at 

Evanston, 111.. Oct. 25. 1 Sarah Gillette 

Ward, dan. of Lorenzo C. Ward. 

S137. II. Margaret Wiley, b. 8 Jan.. [8 

8138. III. Mary Violet, b. 4 Dec. 1871. 

8139. IV. Edward Lynn. b. 5 Oct., 1876, d. 23 April, 

' s 77- 

8140. V. James Martin, b. jo July. [87 

4320. Augi helps, b. Elmwood, 

111., to July. 1S37, m. Sarah Steven 
Settled in Santa Maria. Cal. 

Children, b. Santa Maria. Cal.: 

8141. I. Oliver. 

8i 1 II. Mary, m. W. L. Davis. 

8143. III. William Joshua, m. Ellen . Settled W. I 

S144. IV. Amos :ns. 

Si 1 Y. An Infant. 

4:{-><>a. Enos Frisbie Phelps, 
[840, m. Emma Maria Rouse, at Mo., 29 Sept, 

Sh . laughter of Henry Ferguson and Ann P. (McK 

Rouse 19- Mr - ' 

irtford, Ct.. and is vice Mutual 

LiiV Association of Hartford. 

Chil 
g] I. l\-arl Wan b. Elmwood, 111., 28 July. 

■;-■ 

1326(1. Lucius Joshua Pi. b. Elmwood, 

111.. S Oct., [850, m, Ida Taylor, a: "1. 

1S74. She was .laughter of Amos and Hannah Watsou (An- 
drews) Taylor, and was b. Effingham Falls. N. H., 15 Jan.. 

Mr. Phelps settled in New Y C - nd was connei 
with the Phelps Indicator Telegraph Co., 13 Park Row, X. Y. 
iter in Belmont. Mass. 



Seventh Generation. ySg 

Children, b. New York City: 

"8147. I. Earl B., b. 10 July. 1876. 

8i 1 II. Carl S., b. 26 August, 1S78, drowned at Pas- 

saic, N. J., Dee. 2, 1887. 

4326e. Clara May Phelps, b. Elmwood, 111., 
7 Dec, 1852, m. John Jerman, 1877. He was sou of George 
and Rebecca (Bevins) Jerman. 

Mr. Jerman settled in Elmwood, 111. He is a farmer. 

Children, b. Knox Co., 111. : 

Si 49. I. Henry A. (Jerman), b. 12 Nov., 1879. 

8150. II. Patience E. b. 10 Feb., 1882. 

4327. Walter Booth Brooks, b. Baltimore, 
Md.. May 27 1823, d. Baltimore, Jan. 17, 1896, m. in Balti- 
more, Feb. 5, 1850, Caroline Cole, b. Baltimore, Nov. 29, 
[825, dau. of Abram Gist and Eleanor (Harryman) Cole. 
He was a merchant in Baltimore. , 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md.: 

8151. I. Chauncey (Brooks), b. Nov. 21, 1850. Res, 

Baltimore, Md. 
. 8152. II. Eleanor (Brooks), b. July 9, 1852, m. William 

McCormick, of Chicago. Had 6 children. 

8153. HE Caroline (Brooks), b. Aug. 4, 1854, m. Bart- 

lett Johnston, of Baltimore. Had 3 children. 

8154. IV. Walter (Brooks), b. Nov. 13, 1857, m. Miss 

Bonsai. Res. Baltimore. Had 3 children. 

-1 328. Henry Phelps Brooks, b. Baltimore, 
Md.. Now 13, 1825, d. Baltimore, Sept. 26, 1874, m. Balti- 
more County, Md., June 11, 1850, Rachel Harryman, b. Bal- 
timore County, Aug. 15, 1827, d. Baltimore, Dec. 8, [892, 
dau. of John and Harriette (Gorsuch) Harryman. 
He was a lawyer in Baltimore. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md. : 

s 1 .5 5 • I. Marilla Phelps (Brooks), b. June 11, 1851. 

8156. II. Katherine Gaylord (Brooks), b. July 9, 1852. 

8157 III. Sarah Webster (Brooks), b. Oct. 31, 1855, d. 

March 28, 1857, 



ypo Seventh Generation. 

8158. IV. Henry Phelps (Brooks), b. April 25, 1857,111. 

M, A. Jones, of Suffolk, Va. 

8159. V. Rachel Harryman (Brooks), b. May 6, 1859, 

m. George Leifer Carey, of Baltimore. 

8160. VI. Clarissa Merrymati (Brooks), b. June [I, 

iSho. m. A. L. Savean. of Baltimore. 

8161. VII. Eleauor Merryman (Brooks), b. Sept. 20, 

[86] 
2. VIII. Harriette Harryman (Brooks), b. June 30, 

S163. IX - Gertrude Wyoming (Br b. Aug. 13, 

[865, m. John M. Steele, a surgeon in the 
U. S. Navy. 

4329. Thorndike Brooks, b. Baltimore, Md., 
March 11, 1828, m. Marine, 111., May 26, 1851, Mary McKean, 
b. Logansport, Ind., 1833, d. Sykesville, Md.. Nov. 16, 1898, 

i Hugh Blaii and Ursule (Barron) McKean. 
He is a merchant in Sykesville, Md. 

Children: 

8164. I. Ursule (Brooks), b. Baltimore, Aug. 

8165. II Nannie ' b. " July i, i8< 

8166. HI. John Chauncy (Brooks), b. Marion, 111., 

April 1,1857 

4:n0. John Chauncey Brooks, b. Baltimore, 
Mi. Sept. t8, [830, m. at Baltimore. May 13, 1856, Armenia 
retta Ives, b. March 1, 1S34 at Middletown. Ct., d. Balti- 
more, Jan. ji, 1 - ■'- Gilbert and Celestia 
(Brooks) Ives 

Res. Baltimore, Md. He is a bookkeeper. 

Children: 

8n I. Isabella (Brooks), b. Baltimore, Nov. 16 1857. 

II. Mary ooks), b. Baltimore, Dec. 

24,  1. June is, 1 - 

s 1 69. III. Franklyn Lynde (Brooks), b. near Gett; 

Oct. 31. 1S61. 
817 IV. John Chauncey 1 Brooks), b. near Gettysburg, 

Jan. 1, [864, d. June 2, 1865. 



Seventh Generation. "jgi 

s 1 7 i . V. Armenia (Brooks), b. Zanesville, 0., August 

27, 1S69. 
8172. VI. Henrietta '(Brooks), b. Zanesville. O., Oct. 

27, 1S68. 
Si 7:,. VII. Gilbert (Brooks), b. Zanesville, O., April 10, 

1 871, d. June 9, 1 87 1. 
8174. VIII. Elizabeth Barnes (Brooks), b. Baltimore, 

August 8, 1S72. 
Si 75. IX. Gaylord (Brooks), b. Baltimore, Dec. 31, 

1S74. 

4335. Lynde Phelps Bradley, b. Baltimore, 

Md., March 3, 1820, m. July 23, 1861; Hattie Parker, of Wal- 

lingford, Ct. 

Children: 

8176. I. Helen Phelps (Bradley), b. June 22, 1862, m. 

Charles S. Cook. 

8177. II. Edith Eliza (Bradley), b. April 5, 1S65. Res. 

Wallingford, Ct. 

4336. Helen Marie Bradley, b. Burlington, 
Ct., Jan. 16. 1832, m. Oct. 16, 1861, H. Seymour Potter of 
Plainville, Ct., who died Nov. 23, 1S9S. 

She resides in Springfield, Mass., (1899). 

Children: 

+ 8178. I. Minnie Louise (Potter), b. .Sept. 24, 1S62, m. 

James A. Holmes. 
+ S179. II. Clifford Bradley (Potter), b, July 2, 1S64, m. 

Carolyn Peck. 

4337. James Wolfe Bradley, b. Burlington, 
Ct., Nov, 20, 1833, m. July 10, 1857, Cynthia Bronson. 

Mr. Bradle}'' served in the army from the spring of 1861 to 
the end of the war, and was honorably discharged. He died 
in Nepaug, Ct., July 29, 1SS7. 

Children: 

si So. I. Charlotte Elizabeth (Bradley), b. August to, 
iS'.o, m. . Res. New Haven, Ct. 

8181. II. Cora (Bradley), b. Oct, 31, 1862, 

m . Res. Atlanta, Ga. ! ^p • . 

8182. III. Dora (Bradley,) b. Oct. 31, 1862, f iwms - 

m. . Res. Atlanta, Ga. 



jq2 Seventh Generation . 

■4338. Hoyt Hekschel Bradley, b. Burling- 
ton, Ct., Sept. 22, 1835, d. Savannah, Ga., Oct. 1, 1864, m, 
Nov. 28, 1 86 1, Sarah Matthews. 

He enlisted in the summer of [862, was captured at Ply- 
mouth, N. C, April. 1864, and scut to Andersouville prison, 
and removed to Savannah where he died. 

Child : 

8183. I. Hoyt Archibald (Bradley), b. May 10, [81 

Res. Bristol, Ct, , num. 

4339. Makv Eliza Bradley, b. Burlington, 
Ct., July 6, [837, d. D( ;, m. Nov. 28 Ba ter 

Gridley, of Southington, Ct, She m. 2nd. 

Chi 
-4. I. Ernest Baxter (( ). b. July 7. [864, m. 

[na Seymour Ward, of Pittsfield, Mass. 
Res. New Haven, Ct. 

4-311. Catharine M. Steele, b. New Hart- 
d, Ct., July 3, 1827, m. Sej . 1847, James (V. Wood- 

ward, b. March 4, ; in oi Griswold and Lucia (Whitii 

Woodward, of Torringford, Ct. 
Res. Torringford, 1 

Childn rd, Ct.: 

I. Chi r. (Woodward), b. Ji +9, m. 

Nov. Mary E. Osborn. Res. 

Watei No issue. 

+ 818 II. N< Woodward),'- . - 

m. Kate M. .Skinner. 
+ 8187. III. James W dward), b. Dec. 25, 

m. Anna Phillip 
8188. IV. Frank I 1 odward), b. Nov. 25. it 

Res. Torringfoi , unm. 

4342. Hubert A. Steele, b New Hartford, 
Ct.. Sept. 17, 1829, m. April -2, Ell 'her. who d. 

Kaskaskia, 111.. 

He m. 2nd May 9, 1867, Mary Beardsley Royce, b. New 

Haven. Ct., Jan. 1849. Res. New Hartford, C 



Seventh Generation. 793 

Child by first wife. b. New Hartford, Ct.: 

'8189. I. Hiram (Steele), b. April. 1854. 

Children b. second wife: 

Sigo. II. Roland A. (Steele), b. Jan. 14, 1869, d. June 

4, 1880. 
-f-8191. Ill, Anna L. (Steele), b. May 18, 1871, m. George 
K. Jester. 
8192. IV. Walter D. (Steele), b. Oct. 26, 1S76. 

8n V. Fannie E. " b. Nov. 9, 1S7S. 

4-343. Roswkll Gayi.ord Steele, b. New 

Hartford, Ct.. Aug. 18, 1831, m. April 18, 1854, Elizabeth 
Marsh, b. Dec. 17, 1855. d. 28 Feb., 1865, dan. of Jonathan 
Pitkin and Temperance (Cleveland) Marsh, 
Res. New Hartford, Ct. 

Children b. Xew Hartford, Ct.: 

•  I ; I. Arthur Gaylord (Steele), b. March 26, 1856, 

m. Nellie Carter. 
-f-8195. II. Vara Elizabeth (Steele), b. Nov. 27, 1862. 1::. 

Charles T. Robinson. 

4-347. Caroline Steele, b. Xew Hartford, 
Ct.. Sept. 25, 1842, 111. Oct. 5. 1S64, Alfred Benajah Humph- 
rey, b. Simsbury, Ct., March 20, 1832, son of Capt. Benajah 
and Olive (Goodwin) Humphrey, of Simsbury, Ct Mr. 
Humphrey was representative in the Conn. Legislature in 
186,3. In 1871 they removed from Simsbury to Oregon City, 
Oregon, and in 1^83 they were living in New Era. P. O. 
address Mulino, Clackamas County, Ore. 

(Mr. Humphrey m. 1st, at Hartford, Ct., July 3, 1854, 
Louise Jenette Arthur, of Owasco, N, Y.. and had two chil- 
dren: Wilton Arthur, b. July 18, 1855, d. Sept. 29, 1856, and 
Alfred Franklin, b. Hartford, Ct., July 26, 1S57, d. August 
22, 1857. Nov. 3, 1S57, they adopted Mary Minnie Eberle, 
b. Avon, Ct., April 7. 1S58, daughter of John J and Elizabeth 
•rle, of Lancaster, Pa. ) 

Child, b. Simsbury, Ct.: 

n 1 96. I. Gertrude May (Hutnphrej |, b. Oct. 10 [868. 



79/ Seventh Generation . 

4348 Cordelia Stickle, b. New Hartford, 
Ct., Sept. 4, 1S44, ni. Seth Paine. Res. New Hartford, Ct. 

Children, b. New Hartford, Ct.: 

8197. I. Newton Steele (Paine), b. June 7. 1873, d. 

March 20, [884. 

8198. II. Wilbur Valorus b. April 12. [876. 

8i III. Edward Paysou b. March 28 1879, d. 

April, ;S 
•o. IV. Homer Watson b. April 26. . 

8201. V. Lama Ph. " b. April 1, 1884 

June 1 5, [886. 

02. VI. Catharine Gaylord " b. July 21, i 
8203. VII. Caroline Phelps b. Sept. 27 1890. 

4)U'.>. Cordelia Marks, b. Durham, N. V., 
July 28, 1836, m. Dec, 14. 1859, Zadock Andrew Ward, b. 
Aug. 1.;. [829, son of Abijah and Tabitha (Loomis) Ward of 
Sheffield, Mass. 
- Res, Pittsfield, Mass. 
Mr. Ward has a planing mill, and is a manufacturer of 
•-. sasli blinds, etc., and furniture. Mr. Ward'.- grand- 
father, Zadoek Ward served in the Revolution, and was at one 
time one of Washington's Body Guard, and he al>o served in 
the war of 1812, with his sou Abijah. 

Children, b. Pittsfield, Mas 
+ 8204. I. Mary T. (Ward), b. June [6, [866, m. 

Charles A. Raymond. 
8205. II. Herbert Phelps (Ward), b. Nov. [O, 1S69. 

He served in the Cuban War in 2nd 

Mass. Infantry. 
+ 82 III. Almeron Marks (Ward), b. June 2, [874, m. 

Sarah Parker. 

4350. Arthur Marks, b. Durham. N. V., 
Jan. 22, [838, m, at Pi - Dee. 17. 1S61, Fannie 

!•'. Backus, b. May 29, [840, dan. of Albert and Fanny 
( Fowler) Backus. 

Res. Detroit, Mich. 

He was sergt. 34th Mass. Inf. and captain in 22nd I'. S. 
colored Inf. in war of 1S61. 



Seventh Generation. 795 

Children: 
8207. I. Arthur Backus (Marks), b. Pittsfield, Mass.. 

Feb. 7, 1863. 
08. II. Walter Fowler (Marks), b. Oak Park, 111., 

Dee. 20. 1870. 

8209. III. Helen (Marks), b. Davenport, Iowa, Feb. 28, 

1875. 

82 10. IV. Albert Gaylord (Marks), b. Detroit, Mich., 

August 26, 1S78. 

4351. Constant R. MArks, b. Durham, N. 
Y., April ii, 1 84 1, m. June 27, 187 1, at Great Barrington, 
Mass., Harriet Josephine Kilbourne, b. Great Barrington, 
June 25, 1850, dau. of Russell and Harriet (Seeley) Kil- 
bourne, 

He is an attorney-at-law in Sioux City, Iowa. Was at 
Yale College two years, and served in Co. K. (Allen Guard), 
8th Mass. Infantry, in 1861. 

Children, b. Sioux City, Iowa: 
821 1. I. Russell A. (Marks), b. March 2, 1874. Grad. 

Yale University, 189 

8212. II. Constant R. (Marks), b. Sept. 29, 1S76. 

8213. III. Josephine Lorena, b. Dec. 8, [81 

4352. Roland Phelps Mark-, b. Durham, 
N. Y '., Nov. 26, [844, m. at Southold, L. I., Dec. 3, 1872, 
Emma Hutchinson, who d, Dec. 17, 1886. 

Has lived in Chicago, 111., for 33 years. He was a private 
in a Maryland regiment in 1865, and was in the quarter- 
master's office at Baltimore, Md. 

Children, b. Chicago, 111.: 
82 [4. I. Grace Emma (Marks), b. Aug. 22, 1878. 

S215. II, Edith Hutchinson (Marks), b. July 29, 1 

4353. Mary Forkna Marks, b. Durham, X. 
Y., Sept. 12, 1846,111. at Baltimore. Md., Oct. 15, 1873, Alex- 
ander Wheeler, b. Bridgeport, Ct., August 9, 1N40, d. Bride 
port, Ct., May 5, [887, son of Capt. George W. and Hetty 
(Shepard) Wheeler. 

Res. Bridgeport, Ct., 162 Park Place, the Wheeler home- 
stead, winch has been in the (amih for 250 years, since its 



79& Seventh Generation. 

purchase from the Indians. Mr. Wheeler was secretary and 
treasurer of the Bridgeport Standard. 

Children, b. Bridgeport, Ct.: 
821(5. I. Lynde Phelps (Wheeler), b. July 27, 1874. 

Graduate of Vale. 
■•-. IP Alexander " b. Nov. 30, 1S76. 

Graduate of Yale. 
8218. III. Hetty Shepard " b. June 18, [8* 

821 IV . Mar\ 1 •• b. Sept. 3, 1884. 

4354. Edward Phelps Spencer, l>. Burling- 
ton, Ct., Dec. i". 1847, m. June 21, 1877, Kstelle M. Fenn, 
b. Burlington, Ct.. Fi b t, [857, dan of Frank W. and Mary 
E, (Bull) Fenn. 

Re-. Burlington, Ct. 

Mr. Spencer has been a representative in the Conn, legis 
\, from New Hartford, Ct. 

Children : 

F Herbert Lyman (Spencer), b. May 8, l^jw.d. 
Nov. 5. inn ». 
82 IF Harn Edward (Spencer), b. Aug. 23, [88 

82; III. Howard Hoyt (Spencer), I.. Feb. t, 18 

8223. IV. Herman Frank (Spencer), b. Jul) 

4:J.V5. C val PiERC) . b. Dur- 

ham, X. V., [850, 1::. Oct. [874 Gr smith, so Charles 

and Catharine Smith, of Freehold, X. V. 
Res, Rhinebeck, X. V. 

Child : 
SJ24. I. lid win Pierce (Smith), b. June Res. 

Rhine: eck, X. V. 

4."{.")(>. Delia Phelps Pierce, b. Durham, X. 
V.. X 351, m. April 27, George J. Holden, b. 

sun of Thayer and Nancy (Johnston) Holden, of Gt X. 

Y. Res. Focke. Cayuga Co.. X. V. 

4-3GS. Elvira Cornelia Scott, b. Plymouth, 
Ct., August [O, i- s 4J, m. George H. Bat 

Children, b. Terry ville. Ct.: 

822 ... 1. Minerva Lois (Fate-), b. 14, — , d. 12*77. 



Seventh Generation. 79? 

S224b. II. Eliza Amelia b. Dec. 7, 1879, d. 

March 4, 1880. 

4:379. Joshua Phelps, bom Hebron. Ct., 1 
August, 1775,111.6 Dec. 179S, Betsey Peck, b. Colchester, 
Ct., 20 August, 1775, cl. Westford, Oswego Co., N. Y., 1 
Feb., 1819. He hi. 2nd 17 July, [821, Annie Curtis, b. 
Westford, N. Y., where she d. 23 Sept., 1827. He m. 3rd 
29 Nov., 182Q, Sarah Bulkley, of north eastern N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps first settled in Hebron, Ct, where he resi 
about one year, from there to Warren, Herkimer Co., X. Y, , 
from there to Worcester, X. Y., then to Westford, N. Y., 
thence to Burlington, N. Y., and from there to Fort Plain, N. 
V., where lied. 10 Sept., 1852, 

Children by 1st wife: 

+ S225. I. Elias Peck. b. Hebron, Ct. 5 March, 1800, m. 

Parmelia Green. 
8226. II. Sarah Ely, b. Warren, N. Y. 6 April, 1802. 

Living in 111., num. 
5227. III. Philo Fuller, b. Worcester, X. Y. 19 Feb., 

1, m Catharine Senger. Grad. Union 
College and Princeton Seminary, was a 
clergvmau. No issue. He d. Fla. 
8228. IV. Fliza Mira, b. Worcester, X. Y. 13 March, 

:;i. LimLay. 

+ 8229. V. Lydia Amanda, b. Westford, X. Y. 23 A; 

[808, m. Asaph Sikes. 
30. VI. Alonzo Huntington, b, Westford, X. Y. [5 

Oct.. 1810, d. 1 .. unm. 
h-8231. VII. Joshua, b. Westford. X. Y. 16 Nov.. [812, m._ 
Caroline Lee. 
32 J2. VIII. Cornelia Matilda, b. Westford, X. Y.. 11 P 

5, d. Albany, X. Y., 1836, unm. 
IX. Salmon Aratus, b, Westford, X. Y. 2 June, 
; m. twice. 
Child by 2nd wife: 

,4. X. Anne Curtis, b. Westford, X. Y., n Sept., 

1 S 2 7 . 

Children by 3rd wife: 



7','V Seventh Generation . 

8235. XI. Hannah M,, b. Burlington, N. Y., 2 Nov. 

8236. XII. Louis Ransom, b. Burlington, N. V. 3 Jan., 

[835, m. 26 Oct.. 1 87 1, Mary PXaugelinc. 
daughter of Miles and Malinda (Stebbins) 
Hoadley. She was b. 14 June, [838, in 
Clayville, X. Y. 

8237. XIII. Ellen Augusta, b. Burlington, N. Y. 15 

Dec, 5 . 

8238. XI Y. Catharine L , b. Fort Plain, X. Y. 14 Ai: 

184 

4:{s:i. Dicv Phelps, b. Hebron, Ct., 21 April, 
[785, 111. Joseph Carver Settled in Hebron, Ct.. where he 
died. His wife d. 6 ] 

Child, b. Hebron. Ct.: 

8239. I. Almira J. (Carver), m. Frederick Phelps Bis- 

sell. See No. 71 1 

4M4. Horace Phj . b. Hebron, Ct.. 14 
May, 1792, in. Eunice Smith, 1K14. 

Chil 
+ 8240. 1. Albert, b. about 1812, m. Elizabeth Jai 

44-04. Mat. Beriah Ph. . Green Rv 

X. V.. about 1780, m. . 

Mr 1' -ettled in Green River. X. Y. 

Child, b. Green River. X. Y.: 
+ 8241. I. John Weslt 4. m. Sophronia Carter. 

4U ( .>. Susan C. Phelps, b. Hebron. Ct.. 7 
Oct., [807, m. 1st Selden M. Skinner, b. Bolton, Ct. Settled 
in Hebron, Ct. win ... leaving no issue. 

She m. 2nd Ezra L. Rackus. 19 Nov., 1835. He was son of . 
Jalez and Octavia (Strong) Backus, and was b. Hebron. Ct.. 
3 Sept. . where he s tied and died, and where his wife 

died. (He m. 2nd Widow Jane (Barnum) Clapp.) 
Children by 2nd husband: 
.42. I. Charles (backus), b. Hebron, Ct.. 2 Sept., 

1836, in. Rosa J. Andrews. 






Seventh Generation. jgg 



8243. II. Henry L. (Backus), b. 30 April, 1838. An 

insurance agent in Macon, Ga. 

+ 8244. III. vSarah Amelia (Backus), b. Hebron, Ct., 22 
Nov., 1839, in. Levi Strong. 

+■8245. IV. Joseph (Backus), b. Hebron, Ct., 26 May, 
1842. 

4-4-31. Samuel Phelps, b. Orford, N. H., 2 
July, 1790, m. 19 May, 1819, Martha Brewster, b. Orford, X. 
H., i June, 1700, where she d. 16 May, 1858. 
Children, b. Orford, N. H : 

S246. I. Anna, b. 9 Feb., 1820, d, 23 July, 1853, unni. 

8247. II. Patience, b. 19 Jan., 1823. 

824s. III. Martha Ann, b. 1 May, 1827, d. 2 June, 1827. 

8249. IV. Samuel, b. 15 Oct., 183- • 

4-4 77. Sarah Laytxia Phklps, b. Lyme, N. 
H., 12 Jan., 1S24, m. William P. Abrams, 11 Oct., 1842. 
Settled in Alabama in 1842, where he died. His wife now re- 
sides in Portland, Oregon. 

4486. Mary S. Phelps, b. Orford, N. H., 8 
March, 1816, m. Cyrus Johnson. He was b. Orford, N. H., 
where he settled, and where his wife Mary died 12 April, 
1863. They had no issue. He m. 2nd her sister Amelia S. 
Phelps. See No. 44^/. 

44SS. Mira J. Phelps, b. Orford. N. H., 8 
Sept., 1820, m. Hiram Fronshaw, b. Rurrmey, N. H., where 
he settled and died, leaving five children, and where his 
widow now resides. 

44Si>. Amelia S. Phelps, b. Orford, N. H., 1 
Oct., 1823, m. 1st William H. Bludd, b. Orford, N. H., where 
he settled, and died 9 May, 1859, leaving two children. She 
m. 2nd Cyrus Johnson, 2S March, 1865. Settled in Lawrence, 
Mass. His first wife was Mary S. Phelps, No. 4486. 

4403. Gilbert Herman Peck, b. Lenox, 
Mass., 180S, m. Abba Clark. She was daughter of William 
and Sally (Bissell) Clark. The father of Sally Bissell was Levi 
iWssell, and her mother Abalina Mann, who was sister of Elea- 
zer Phelps's wife. (See No. 656.) 



800 Seventh Generation, 

Mr, Peck was a merchant, residing- in Wytheville, Va., 
where he d. 

Children, b. Wytheville, Va.: 

S250. I. Sarah Elizabeth (Peck), b. 15 Oct., [832; at. 

Edwanrd Robbins. No issue. 
8251. II. Gilbert H., b. 7 Nov., [834,111. Clara Barlow. 

and had four children. 

4-4W4-. Adeline vii Peck, b. Lenox. 

Miss , Sept.. 1 sk,. va. George Washington Platner at Lenox, 
Mass., [5 June, [831. He was sou of Mark and Nancy 
(Strong) Platner, and was b. Livingston, Columbia Co., N. 
\ ., ') Nov., [8i 1. He was one of tl manufa ti 

ers of Berkshire countj . settling in Lee Mass., and was the 
nior partner of the firm of Platner cc Smith, for many years 
one of the I ier manufactories in the state. He was 

ted in other enterprises, and was at his death a 
director of the Pittsfield Bank. He d. Lee. 20 May, 1855. 
His widow d. Lenox, 21 D 

At a meeting of the Associa i >u >\ Manufacturers of Berk- 
shire County, ol at the time of his 

ith, the Hon, Ensign H. Kellogginti 
olutions, of which th n extract: 

"George W. Platner, Sr.. was undo;- first 1 

ure on the bush: uuty. I in its 

ools, engaged at an early in in;; 

ness, he habituall) ep interest in whatever cai 

enterprise he deemed important to the best interests of I 
county. Though still you 'ill 

acknowledge that he ! I eminence. It was 

founded on that innate integrity without which but few nu 

:ral rule swim the tide of prosperity, and which 

in him. \\ = kuowledged of all men. 

Rising on this am his ' 2r was 

richly adorned with th .' a cultivated mind and a 

duly . d heart. I suppose his integrity was never 

qu< d. his condu ,ned, 1 tiers 

ireely e und fault with. How endeare he in all 

circles, and what a fine example for the young." 



Seven ih Generation . 

Mr. Platner was a Christian gentleman, uniting with the 
Congregational Church in Lenox, where he received his edu- 
cation at the Lenox Academy, and where he spent a few 
months in the store of his father-in-law. His wife was also 
a member of this church, both uniting with the Congrega- 
tional Church, on removing to Lee, where they were active 
members. 

Children, b. Lee, Mass., except the first: 
252. I. Frances Caroline' (Platner), b. Lenox, Mass., 

11 April, 1S32, m. James A. Weed. 
3253, II. Oliver Feck (Platner). b. 21 March, 1835, d. 

22 August, 1843, 
8254. III. George Washington (Platner), b. 6 Oct., 
1S36, d. 12 Oct., iSj;. 
55. IV. Edgar Peek (Platner), b. 2 August, 1S45, d. 

17 June, 1 S 7 1 . num. 

4-495. George Oliver Peck, b. Lenox, Mass. 
[5 Oct.. [S17, m. Catharine W. Curtis, 11 Jan., 1S37. She 
was daughter of Oeran and Lucy (Dresser) Curtis, and was b. 
Stockbridge, Mass., 28 Sept., 18 19, d. Lenox, Mass., 12 Dec, 
1896. 

Mr. Peck resided in Lenox, Ma^s.. where he died. 
He was a farmer and manufacturer, and represented his 
town in the Legislature. 

Children, b. Lenox, Mass.': 

8256. I. William Elisha (Peck), b. 23 June, 1839, m. 

Delia Newton. 

8257. II- Clara K. (Peck), b. 23 May, [841, unm. 

258. III. Oliver " b. 14 June, 1843, m. Harriet 

Tucker. 
8259. IV. Lucy E. (Peck), b. 3 Oct., 1 [8 d. 24 Jan., 

1855. 
S260. V. Elizabeth M. (Peck), b. 15 Aug., 1850,111. 

Ralph Gorham. 
61. VI. Alice J. (Peck), b. 11 Jan , i860, in. Ellery 

Spencer. 

4-498. Helen M. Phelps, b. Volney, X. Y., 
1 Dec, 1833, m. Peter P. Bostwick, 31 Jan., iSSi, in Grang- 

(51) 



802 Seventh Genera tio n . 

er, Ind. He wasson of Asahel andNancy (Apelby) Bostwick", 
and was b. Cazenovia, N. Y., 29 Dec, 1828. They settled in 
Owasso, Mich. No issue. 

44W>. Mary Eveline Phelps, b, Volney, X. 
Y.. ig May, 1836, m. Charles George Sheldon, 12 Nov, 1884, 

in Granger, N. Y. He was son of David and Anna (Searles) 
Idon, and was b. - N. Y.. 17 X<>\\. [832, 

They settled in Winnebago, 111. No issue. 

4500. Mary Eveline Phelps, b. Lenox, 
Mass., _' s July. i s -,^. ni. Richard McNamee, b. C ' vn, 

- Y, March 7. 

Settled in New York City. His wife, Mary Eveline, d 
at Lenox, at the house of her father. They had no children, 

(lie m. 2nd Alice B. Gardner, in Xew York City. They 
have one chili 

Mr, McNamee is now the head of the houseof R. McNai 
cc Co., -3 . ay, Xew York. They own large tract* 

clay lands in South Carolina, which they work for paper ma 
iug and oilier me 

4501. Elizabeth Phelps, b. L, M -- 22 
July, 1826. She was b. in the brick house recently owned by 
J. C.Arnold, and destroyed by fii I now rebuilt and lately 
occupied I She m. Chai 

F. Bennett 1 ad Ho 

(Paine) Bennett and was b. C Ct., 7 ! 

Mr. Bennett entered Willi ving there in 

third year, s1 iw with Geo. W. Tucker and Jin : 

Henry W. Bishop »x. S( in Daltou, Mass., win 

he practice.'. His where he was appointed 

counse 1 man charged with murder, who was acquitti 

He enlisted in the War of the Rebellion in the 34th M 
serving three y. the time k 111 

larterm Returning to Berkshire 

settled in Lenox Furnace (now Lenox Dale), where his u 
resided and where he d. :: Feb., 1867. His widow, after his 
death, soon removed b c, Mass., where she d. 1889. 

Children. 11, Mass 



Seventh Generation. Soj 

S262. I, William (Bennett), b. 10 July, 1847. Living 

in Lenox, Mass., unm. 
8263. II. Charles Ferry (Bennett), b. 28 Sept., 185 1, 

m. . No issue. 

+ 8264. III. Henry Ferry (Bennett), b. 3 Dec., 1853, m - 

Jennie Fish. 
8265. IV. Mary Eliza (Bennett), b. 14 Sept., 1856, d. 2 

April, 1884, unm, 

1505. Edward Augustus Phelps, b. Lenox, 
Mass., May 10, 1S32, d. Lenox Dale, Mass., m, Sylvma C. 
Nye, who d. at Lenox Dale and was buried in Lee, Mass. He 
married 2d, Nov, 28, i860, Sarah Jane Perrin, b. Oxford, 
Mass., Jan. 24, 1839, daughter of Harrison and Elvira (Ware) 
Perrin. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lenox Furnace (now Lenox Dale), 
Mass., where he died and was buried in his father's lot in the 
cemetery in Lenox. 

Child by 1st wife, b. Lenox Furnace, Mass.: 

+ 8266. I. Sylvina C, b. March 6, 1857. m. William D. 

Curtis. 

Child by 2d wife, b. Lenox Furnace, Mass.: t 
8267. II. William A., b. Jan. 8, 1864, m. May 31, 1X93, 

Cora Delia Starkweather, b. Manchester, 
N. J., June 25/1870, daughter of Asher 
and Eleanor Clement (Ambrose) Stark- 
weather, of Pittsfield, Mass. Mr. Phelps is 
a printer in Pittsfield, Mass. Res. in Lee, 
Mass. 

4506. Harriet Phelps, b. Lenox, Mass., 10 
June, 1834, m. Andrew Tinker Serviu, 5 March 1857. He 
was son of John A. and Sarah (Bo^ert) Servin. Sarah Bo- 
gert was widow of David Bogert, and daughter of and only 
child of Andrew and Anna (Vanderbilt) Tinkey. Mr. Servin 
was first child by 2nd husband, and b. in Clarkstown, Rock- 
land, Co., N. Y. He resided a short time after his marriage in 
Haverstraw, N. Y. On the 24th Dec, 1857, he removed to 
Lenox, Mass., and resided at Lenox Furnace, (now Lenox 
Dale) up to i«6S, when with his family they removed to 



8o_/_ Seventh Generation. 

Lenox, residing with his wife's mother in the old Phelps 
Homestead. He was connected with his father-in-law in the 
iron and glass manufacturing business. 

He was post-master at Lenox, Mass., for five years. 

Children, b. Lenox Furnace, Mass.: 
8268. I. Mary Eveline (Servin), b. Aug. 1 _\ 1S5S. d. 

69. II. " " d. 

S270. III. Sarah Phelps Living with her par- 

ents. 
82.71; 1\". William Phelps " kivingwith his par- 

ent 1 

4514. George 6. Phelps, b. Lee, Mass., 

April, it -•;, m. Mary Staley, rg N >'. After the death 

of Mr. Phelps, she in. Jacob Lambert. 

Mr. Phelps was a tin-smith by trade, and resided in Wythe- 
y.iil ' He died in Farmville, Ya., 9 June, r8l >-,. 

Child, b. Wytheville, Va.: 

1.72. I. William A., d. at about the age of 2 

4515. Nancy Kmily Phelps, b. Wytheville, 
Va., 25 Dec, 1835, m. Robert Garra Averill, 22 Sept., 1857. 
He was son of Garra and Mary (Benton) Averill and was b. 
Washington, Ct., 9 May, d. Lee, Mass., June, 1890. 

Mr. AverjU's father died when he was six 
tw - preyio lived with his aunt, M 

Ch h. sister 4 not her. At that time he r ;to 

Mass;, where he was in the mercantile business. Shortly 
after marrying he purchased an interest in the Lenox Iron 
Works. He was interested in this cor] m during the re- 

linder o\ his life, and for many years sident. 

He was in officer in the several jj ompanies organ- 

ised and operated in Lenox Furnace, and was an active mem- 

1 of the firm of Servin & Averill, operating tilt - works 
for a time. 

Later in life he removed to Lee; Mass. resi ling at the 
homestead of his wife's father. He died of softening of the 
brain, at his home in Lee. Mass. For many years he was an 
invalid, kindly cared for by his wife and daughter, who are 
now living in Lee, Mas-,. 



I 



r 







SARAH PHELPS, SERVIN. 



Seventh Generation. 805 

Child, b. Lenox Furnace, .Mass.: 
8273. I. Mary (Averill), b. 26 August, 1866. 

4516. Wealthy Virginia Phelps, b. Wythe- 
ville, Va., 12 Oct., 1836, m. John Stallman in Let-, Mass., 
12 Oct., 1S57. He was son of John and Sarah (Ellis) Stall- 
man, and was b. Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Penn., ti Jan., 
1829. Settled in Lee, Mass. He has been postmaster. 

Children, b. Lee, Mass.: 

+ 8274. I. Virginia (Stallman), b. 19 March, 1861, m. 

Frank Davis Taylor. 
8275. IF Mary (Stallman), b. 25 August, 1S66. 

4-517. Julia G. Phelps, b. Lee, Mass., 19 
Sept., 1838, m. 4 Jan., 1859, George W. Burt, sou of Calvin 
and Sally (Osborne) P>urt. He was b. Sandisfield, Mass., 9 
Sept., 1^24 d. Aug. 5, 1895, at Clayville. N, V., where his 
widow now lives. 

He was a bookkeeper. 

Children, b. Clayville, X. V.. except first : 
-76. I. Sarah Virginia (Burt), b. Lee, Mass., 16 

Sept., i860, m. William Henry Bailey. 
+ S277. IF Henry Phelps (Burt), b. Clayville, X. V., 2 

Oct., 1862, m. Ida A. Jones. 
+-8278. III. Mary Amelia (Burt), b. Clayville, N. Y., 4 
April, 1864, m. Dr. Geo. M. Fisher. 
8279. IV. George W. (Burt), b. Clayville, N. V., 1 

May, 187 1. 
828 V. Edward Chaffee (Burt), b. Clayville, X. V., 22 

July, 1873. 

■4520. Gustayus Adolfhus Phelps, b. Lee, 
Mass., 24 Oct., 1843, m. Emma Jane Hungerford, 19 June, 
[867. She was daughter of Minton S. and Jane (Rice) Hun- 
gerford, and was b. Paris, X. V., 31 March, 18 

Mr, Phelps resided in Lenox, Mass., and Utica, X. Y. . and 
in 1875 removed to Great Barrhigton, Mass., from there to 
Holyoke, Mass., and from there to Springfield, Mass., where 
he now resides. 

Children :  



806 Seventh Generation. 

8281. I. George H., b. Lenox, Mass., 13 Nov., i8< 

m. Grace Riggs. 

8282. II. Clara, b. Lenox. Mass.. 26 Jan., 1X70, d. 7 

Nov., IS; 

828 III. Helen J., b. Utica, N. V.. 25 March. 1874, 

Arthur Haskins. 
82 [V, Carrie, b. Great Barrington, M lss i Feb., 

187 

•(521. Henry Clay Phelps, b. Lee Ma- 
15 May, 1845, in. ist, 28 May, 1874, Catharine Caroline Tan- 
ner, daughter of Edward P. and Catherine Caroline Tann< 
b. Lee. Mass., 5 Feb. [846, where she d. 26 Oct., 1893. He 
m. 2d Mary Elizabeth Smith, 16 June, 1896, daughter of Hen- 
ry L. and Amanda M. (Ritnby) Smith. She was b. Let M iss., 
3 April, 1848, now livin 

Mr. Phelps settled in Lee, Mass., now residing in the 
homestead. He is a manufacturer, and also is a special county 
commissioner of Berkshire County. 

Children by ist wife, b. Lee, Mas 

{5. I. Albert T.. b. 3 Jan, 1S76. 

82* II. Clara T. , b. o Sept.. 1881, 

82S III. A child, drowned, when young, in cistern. 

4528, Sarah Jane Phi - Albany, N. Y., 
12 Sept., 1S21, m. Erasmus Darwin Jones M. D., j8 Sept., 
1842. lie was son of Reuben Jones, and was !>. Keeseville, 

N. V. 

Dr. Jones settled in Albany, X. Y., where he is a prominent 
homeopathic physician. 

Children, b. Albany, N. V.: 

J8. I. Catharine (Jones), b. 22 May. 1843, d. 21 

Feb., [845. 
II. Charles Edward (Jones), b. 15 Feb., 1849. 
+ 8290. III. Emma Lou is " b. 12 Nov., 1s51.n1. 

Frederick E. Wadhatr. - 
n. IV. Mary Elizabeth (Jones), b. 30 June, 1857, d. 

23 July, 1883, unm. 



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Rev. PHILIP PHELPS, D. D., LL. D. 



Seven th ( roi era Hon . Soy 

4530. Rev. Philip Phelps, D. D., L. L. D., 

b. Albany, N. Y., Jul}- 12, 1826, d. Albany, N. Y., Sept. 4, 
1896, m. Sept. 27, 1853, Margaret Anna Jordan, of Albany, 
N. Y. 

Mr. Phelps entered Union College, Schenectady, X. Y., in 
the junior year and graduated in 1844, at the age of eighteen. 
He spent two years in teaching, also editing the "Youth's 
Temperance Enterprise," and entered the Theological Sem- 
inary of the Reformed church, at New Brunswick, N. J., in 
i 346, where he took the three years course, teaching for six 
months in Major Kinsley's school at West Point. He be- 
came pastor of the old Greeuburgh Church, Westchester Co., 
N. Y.. and had charge of a mission at Hastings-on-Hudson, 
which he built up later into a strong church. He also con- 
ducted a school. In 1 859 he became missionary pastor, and 
prj-ricipal of the academy at Holland, Mich., which had been 
established by the Reformed Church, and which Mr. Phelps 
built up into Hope College, which was incorporated in 1866, 
and later added a theological department which has since be- 
come the Western Theological Seminary. He was the first 
president. He had been made president of the General 
Synod in 1S64, and the same year received the degree of D. 
D. from the University of New York, He devoted his en- 
ergies to the Hope College until 1878, having at one time 
brought about the education of several Japanese students, and 
built up a flourishing institution, and made himself an 
honored name. 

After eight years of various ministerial and literary labors, 
he became pastor, in 1886, of the Reformed Churches of North 
Blenheim and Breakabeen, N. Y., where he spent nine years, 
and was one of the most noted clergymen of his time. In 1894 
Hope College gave him the degree of L. L. D. In 1895 he 
resigned his pastorates and went to Ghent, N. Y., where his 
son Philip was pastor of the First Reformed Church, and in 
16', supplied the pulpit of his first charge at Hastings-on- 
Hudson. During the Summer he became prostrated by the 
heat, and in the absence of his family, went to the home of 
his sister, Mrs. Dr. E. D. Jones, in Albany, where he died. 
His death was sincerely mourned by all who had known him. 



808 Seventh Generation . 

Children : 

8292. I. John. b. Hastings, X. Y., August, 1854. d. 

same day. 

8293. II. Frances Few Christie, b. Albany, N. Y., 26 

Sept., 1S60. 

8294. III. Philip. 1). Holland, Mich. 26 Nov., 1 

8295. [V. Eliza, b. " 1 Sept., 

V. Edward J. H., b. Holland. Mich.. 2 August, 
d 1 Sept., i 81 
82 VI. Theodore Seth, b. Holland, Mich., 15 Jan., 

18 

4531. Mary Eu> b. Albany, X. 
V.. 7 July, 1828, m. 8 June, [854, Enward 1'. ny, 

X. Y., where he settled. His wife, Mary Emma, d. there 7 
July, 1883. 

Children, b. Albany, X. Y. : 
I. Catharine Phelps divers), b. 14 May, i> 
N2 II. Edward b. 14 March. [864. 

8300. III. William " b. 15 Dec. 

u. IV. Mary Elizabeth " b, . d. 

6 Augui 

4532. Rachel Ann Phi ny, X. V.. 
[8 June, 1831, in. 18 June. Edward T. Bedell, 1>. Albany, 
X. V., where he settled, and died 24 April, 1 57 and wh 
his widow died [8 Nov., [8l 

Children, b. Albany, X. Y.: 

I. Edward August 9 Oct., 18= 

m. Carrie Emeline Sacketl 
03. II. William Phel] Bedell), b. 26 Oct d. 

Nov., 1857. 

4533. Y 'XARD Makcv l b. 
Albany. X. Y., 15 August, 1833, 111. [St Martha Connelly, at 
Albany, X. Y., 30 June, [858 She was daughter of John and 

Jane (Ferris) Connelly, and was b. Albany. X. Y.. where she 
d. 15 July, 1S74. 

He 111. 2nd Sarah Pay Downs Lansing, 2 Oct., 1880. .She 
was daughter of Dr. Obadiah E. and Sarah Day (Downs) 
Lansing, and was b. Albany. X. Y. 



Seventh Generation. Sog 

Mr. Phelps settled in Albany, N. Y. He is secretary and 
treasurer of the Albany and Schenectady R, R. Co. 

Children by ist wife, b. Albany, N. Y. : 

8304. I. Anna Van Allen, b. 20 May, [859, 

8305. II. Elizabeth, b. 11 Oct., 1861. 

8306; III. Clara Louisa, b. 22 July, 1866, d. 14 March, 
1869. 

17. IV. jane Ferris, b, 26 June, 1S6S, d. 2 Sept., 

1 s 7 3 - 
831 V. Martha Louisa, b. 28 Oct., 1870. 

4542. Solomox Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., 
21 May. 1810, m. Nancy Phelps. She was daughter of Mosi 

Phelps, and was b. Westfield, Mass., 17 Feb., 1S17, of line of 
George Phelps's descendants. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Westfield, Mass. His wife died in 
Westfield, Mass., 22 Oct., 1879. He died August 24, 1899. 

Children, b. Westfield, Mass.: 

8;v I- Jane S., b. 20 August, 1835. 

;o. II. Mary K., b. 27 August, 1837, m. David N. 

M- 'seley. 
8311. III. Julia B., b. 16 March, 1843. 

454-1. David Phelps, b. Marlboro, Ct., 25 
May, 1800, m. ist 3 Dec, 1S24, Mary Dickinson, b. Haddam, 
Ct., 1800, d. 26 Oct., 1826. 

He m, 2d widow Laura Beardsley, Dec, 1844. By her he 
had no issue. Her maiden name was Ingham, of Saratoga, 
X. Y. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Williamstown , Mich. 

Child, by ist wife : 

,12. I. Son, b. 11 May, 1825. In California 181 

1111111, 

4551. William Phelps, b. Marlboro, Ct., 22 
Dec, 18 12, m. 1st 9 Sept., 1844, in Hebron, Ct., Martha 
Smith, b. Marlboro, Ct., where she d. 3 Oct., 1849. He m. 
2nd Elizabeth Emerson, 24 Dec, 1850. She was daughter of 
Aaron E. Emerson, and was b. 21 April, 1831, d. Marlboro, 
Ct., 8 May, 1855. 



8io Seventh Generation . 

Mr. Phelps settled in Marlboro, Ct.. where he was living in 
i860. 

Children, by 1st wife, b. Marlboro, Ct.: 

13. I. Sarah G., b. 19 March, 1S46, d. Sept, 1848. 

+ 8314. II, Charles Henry, b. 12 Feb., 1848, m. Laura 

A. Spencer. 

Children, by 2nd wife. b. Marlboro. Ct.: 

+ 8315. III. John Vinton, 1>. 18 N< \si. m. Maria E. 

Haskins. 
S3 16. IV. David, 1.. 17 July, [853. Resides in Mer- 
iden, Ci. 

4552d. Ada . Thatcher, b. Feb. 23, 

1808, m. Dec. 10, 1833, Seth Dickinson Graves, of Lee, Mass., 

b. Norwich, Ma^s.. July [1 . . d. Hartford, Ct., July 1 1, 

son of Obadiah and Betsey (Knight) Graves. She res. 

d, Ct., with her son M. \V. Graves | [899). 

Children, b. Lee, Mass.: 

517. I. Miles Wells (Graves), b. Nov. 29, 1X34,111. 

Oct. 5, 1864, Ruth Putnam Wade, clan, of 
Rev. Ben-j. Clifford and Ruth (Webb) Wade. 

8318. II. Julia A. (Graves), b. Aug. 27, 1836. 

8319. III. Lemuel Clark (Graves), b. July 9. 1838, m. 

Ni iv. 3. i Frost. 

83: l\ . Martha Merrill I tves), b. Sept. 27. 1X40, 

d. Sept. 15. 1867. 

8321. V. Emma Eliza (Graves), b. July 7, 1*45, d. 

Hillsdale, Mich., March 26, 1897, 111. Dec. 
8. [869, Geo. F. Washburn, of Lenox. 

4553. Solomon Phelps, b. Mt. Pleasant, C. 
W., 4 Nov., 1799. m. Frances Dunn, 30 April, 1S20. 
Mr. Phelps probably settled in Mt. Pleasant. C. W. 

Children, b. Mt. Pleasant. C. \\\: 

s;jj. I. William E.. b. 2: April, 1829. 

S3 23. II. Frederick R., b. 17 Jan.. 1S31. 

_'4. III. Alfred D., ': sept., 1835, d. 9 Sept., 1838. 

8323. IV. Arthur, b. 12 April. 18; . 



Seventh Generation. 8il 

4554. Lvdia Phelps, b. Mt. Pleasant, C. W., 
i Nov., 1801, m. in Clark Co., Ind., 19 Dec, 1819, Franklin 
Warren, b. ' Coxsackie, N. Y., 25 May. 1798. Settled in 
Washington Co., Ind., and later in New Albany, Ind. 

Children, b. Washington Co., Ind.: 
8326. I. Epaphras Augustus (Warren), b. 21 Nov., 

1828, m. Ann Run iff, 27 May, 1S46. 
S32;. II. Miles Dunham (Warren), b. 31 Aug., 1832, 

m. Olive Mansfield, 2 April, 1850. 

4555. Hiram Phelps, b. Mt. Pleasant, C. W., 
8 Feb., 1804, m. 7 July, [829, Martha Smith, b. Mt. Pleas- 
ant, C. W. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Mt. Pleasant, C. W., and is a farmer. 

Children, b. Mt. Pleasant, C. W.: 

8328. I. Amelia, b. 3 Nov.. 1830. 

,29. II. Walter, b. 31 Oct., 1831. 

8330. III. Charles N., b. 4 Dec, 1833. 

S331. IV. Esther M., b. 3 Nov., 1835. 

8332. V. Maria A., b. 13 July, 1838. 

53. VI. Martha P., b, 7 May, 1840. 

S334. VII. Epaphras P., b. 15 Dec, 1842. 

8335. VIII. Thomas H., b. 23 Feb., 1^49. 

8331 IN. Lydia, b. Nov., 

4557. Malvira S. Phelps, b, (says one record 
Delphi, Oneida Co., N. Y., 20 March. [8o7,)and removed 
with her father to Salem, Washington, Co., Ind., where she 
m. Robert W. Yermilye, 14 May, 1826. He was b. Salem, 
Washington Co., Ind.. 19 Dec, 1801, where he settled, and 
died 5 Nov., 1842. 

She m. 2nd Joel Staley, in Davis Co.. Ind., 8 June, 1850. 
Settled in Unionville, Ohio. 

Children, b. Salem, Ind., by 1st husband: 

8337. I. Juliana M. (Yermilye), b. 28 Feb., 1827, d. 1 

May, 1828. 

b. 18 April, 1828, d. 1 

b. 26 Nov., 1S29. 
b. 3 Nov., 1 83 1. 



8338. 


II. 


Eunice E. 
July, 1829 


• s 859- 


III. 


Edward A. 


8340. 


IV. 


Joanna 



Si2 Seventh Generation. 

8341. A". Adaline (Vermilye), b. 6 Oct., [833. 

8342. VI. William " b. 31 Oct., 1836. 

8343. VII. Virginia B. b. 24 Jan., 1838, d. 

July, [839. 

8344. VIII. Robert D. B. " b. 23 June, 1840. 

455S. Julia Ann Phelps, b. Delphi, Oneida 
Co., X. V., 28 Oct., [808. Removed with her father to 
Salem, Washington Co.. hid., [818 or [819, m. 1st Francis 
Hogan, 20 Dec [829. Married 2nd Daniel Sherwood, 24 
Ma] 
Settled in Atica, Minion Co., Iowa. Had five children 

4560. Alpheus I hi, X. Y.. 3 

Sept., 1811. Removed with his fatl Salem, Washington 

Co., I iid., in [818, 111. Sarah jane Woodruff, 9 Oct., 1851. 
She was daughter oi I uff, and was b. Norwich- 

town, Huron Co., Ohio, 7 Oct., 1812. 
Mr. Phelps settled in Williamstowu, Mo. 

Children, b. Williamstowu, Mo.: 

8345. I. Lowa B., b. 30 Nov., 1853. 
834 II. Julia S., b. 4 Sept.. 1855. 

8347. III. Daniel Webster, b. 29 A 

8348. IV. 

4."»(U William B. Phelps, b. Delphi, X. Y., 
28 March, [813. Removed with his father - lem, Ind., in 
[8, m. Lucinda Thon Salem, Ind., 28 June, [827. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Troy, lowa. Ha . children. 

4562. Hiram G. Phelps, b. Delphi, X. Y.,23 
June, 1815. Removed with his father to Salem, Washii 
ton Co.. Ind., 1818, m. is Oct., l Emeline Thoma 

b. Iowa. 29 Oct. . [821. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Troy, Iowa. 

Children, b. Troy, Iowa : 

8349. I. Francis Thomas, b. 31 Aug., 1839, d. 3 Feb.. 

[842. 
83= II. Mary Elizabeth, b. 2 Nov., [821, m. A. 

Gandey, 21 July, 18 - 
8351. III. Isaac Xewton, b. 7 Nov., 1843. 



Seventh Generation. 8ij 

8352. IV, Alfred Harrison, b. 12 Jan., 1846. 

■33. V. Clinton Thomas, b. 7 Feb., 1848. 

8354. VI. A child, b. 22 Oct., 1849, d. 6 May, 1850. 
3355. VII. William Clarence, b. 27 March. 1851, d. 25 

May, 1852. 

8356. VIII. Clara Louisa, b. 15 Sept., 1854, d. 21 Oct., 

1856. 

8357. IX. Edward Gray, b. 27 Oct., 1856. 

8355. X. Emma Udora, b. 3 Feb., 1S59. 

4-563. Epaphras Hiram Phelps, b. Delphi, 
N. Y., 17 June, 18 17. Removed with his father to Salem, 
Ind, 1819, m. Martha Dow. 24 Sept., 1839. She was dau. of 
Henry and Mercy (Kinney) Dow, and was b. Hartford, Ct.. 
5 Sept., 181 7. 

Mr. Phelps was a carpenter and builder. He resided in 
Salem, Borden, Ind., and Union ville, 111., and Alta, Iowa, 
where he d. 1 May, 1898. His widow now resides there. 

Children : 

I. William Henry, b. Salem, Ind., 4 Nov., 1S39, 
m..Selina Boardman, 

8360. II. Adaline Victoria, b. Borden, Ind., 2 March, 

1S42. d. 14 Jan., 1851 >. 

8361. III. Alpheus David, b. Borden, Ind., 4 Dec,, 1843. 

1 8362. [V. Epaphras Kinney, b. Borden, Ind., 6 April,. 
i,s 4 6. 

8363. V. Flora M, Kinney, b, Borden, Ind., 15 July, 

[848, d. 11 May, [849. 

8364. VI. Malvira Emeline, b, Troy, Iowa, 8 Jan., 

1851, d. 18 Oct., 1893. 

8365. VII. Lucy Elizabeth, b. Unionville, Iowa, 7 April, 

[853, d. 29 June, 1890. 

8366. VIII. Solomon Spencer, b. Unionville, Iowa. 17 

Sept., 1855. 

8367. IX. Alfred Burn, b. Alta, Iowa, 12 Oct., 1S58. 

4501). Lucinda Phelps, b. Middlefield, Mass., 
20 March, 1797. Removed with her father to Waitsfield, Vt., 
about 1 801, m. Zebina Smith, 3 May, 18 18. He was son of 
Selah and Mary (Taylor) Smith, and was b. Shelburne, Mass.,. 



8i$. Seven Hi Generation. 

7 Nov., 1792. He first settled in Middlefield, Mass., soou re 
moving to Gonverneur, St. Lawrence Co.. N. Y., where he d. 
17 March, 1874. His widow d. at Mellenville, X. Y., 15 
August. [879. 

Cliildren: 

8368. I. Edward Warren (Smith), b. Middlefield, 

Mass., 10 June, 1819, in. Philomel Davis. 
^69. II. Clarissa Malinda (Smith), b. Middlefield, 

Mass., 17 Nov., [821, m. Clinton Roberts. 
III. Pliny Fish (Smith), b. Antwerp, X. V.. 16 
July, 1826, 111. Pauline J. W. Landy. 
8371. I\'. Sarah Lucinda (Smith), b. Gouverneur, X. 
\ . . 14 April, 1 N4.2. 

4571. Thomas Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Yt., ro 

March m. Sarah Davis, 22Dec, 1833. She was daughter 

of John and Sarah (Stevens) Davis, and was b. Washington, 

X. II.. 1;- Nov., [800, d. Waterbury, Yt., 1.. May, 1S74. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Waterbury, Yt.. where he d, 17 Nov., 

No issue. 

4574-. Hiram Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Yt. 27 
N. i\ . . [809, m. Hannah Dexte 

Mr. Phelps settled in Canada, where h o June. 1! 

Had five children. 

4576. Edmund Phelps, b. Waits 

Feb., 1815, m. 1st Lucinda Wood, in Middlefield, Mass., 15 
June, 1837 She was daughter of Simon and Rebecca (Well- 
man) Wood and was b. 25 March, 1805, d. Wait-field, Yt., 
May. 18 

Hem. 2nd Lucy Ann Kilbourne, 21 Jnh 57. She was 
daughter 1 ' Kilbourne, and d. "Waitsfield, Yt . . 23 Sept., 

1862. 

He 111. 3rd Harriet M. Fish, 13 Jan. She was daugh- 

ter of Benjamin and Lax inia (Clark) Fish, and was b. 27 Jan.. 
1834. 

Mr. Phelp> settled in Waitsfield, Yt., where he d. 24 April, 

1873- 

Children bv 1st wife : 



Seventh Generation, 815 

8372. I. Charles Edward, b. Waitsfield, Yt., iS Jan., 

[836, d. Waterbury, Yt., 3 August, 1869, 
tram, 

+ 8373. II. Edward Newton, b. Middlesex, Yt., 26 Oct., 

1839, m. Delia A. Drake. 

8374. III. Samuel Nelson, b. Middlesex, Vt., 7 July, 

1843. d. May, 1845. 

45??. Abigail Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Yt., 27 
April, 182 1, m. Adam Lambert Wood, 15 March, 1841. He 
was sou of Simon and Rebecca (Wellman) Wood, and was b. 
Middlefield, Mass., 27 Nov., 1800. Settled in Middlesex, 
and later removed to Waterbury, Vt., where he died 22 Oct., 
1 S70. 

Children : • 

8375. I. William Wellman (Wood), b. Middlesex. Yt., 

22 Oct., 1842. Enlisted in Co. E.. 8th 
Regt., Vt. Vol., 16 Dec, [861, d. Baton 
Rouge, 14 July, 1863. 

8376. II. Henry Martin (Wood), b. Middlesex, Vt., 9 

Uig.. 1844. Enlisted with his brother 
William in same Regt. and Co., and d. 3 
pt., 1862. 
5377. Ill, Clarissa M. (Wood), b. Middlesex, Yt., 12 
Nov., 1S46, m. Lewis O. House, b. Water- 
bury, Yt.. 1834. m. 26 Nov., 1863. She d. 
j Jan., 186 1 . 
837s. IV. Cliantha Helen (Wood), b. Mi ■;, Yt., 

6 Feb., 1849. 
8379. Y. Adaliza S. (Wood), b. Waterbury, A't., 10 

June, 1832, d. 2 Dec. 1862. 
io. VI. Paulina Josephine (Wood), b. Waterbury. 

Yt., 2 April, 1857. Now a teacher in Hart- 
ford. Ct. 

4578. Solomon Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 7 
Jan., 1799, m. Betsey Bartlett Oilman , 25 Jan.. 1829. She 
was daughter <.f Trustworth and Elizabeth (Towne) Oilman, 
and was b. Hopkinton, N. H., 25 June. 1798, where she d. 6 
Nov., 1873. 



816 Seventh (reiteration. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Hopkinton, X. H., where he d. Nov. 

6, 1873. 

Children, b. Hopkinton. N. H.: 

8381. I. George Oilman, b. 11 Feb., 18; 

8382. II. Henry Waterman, b. 6 March, 1832, d. 26 

Oct., 1857, num. 

4579. Benjamin Waite Phje ps b. Wai 
field, Vt., 1 Dec, r8oi, m. Matilda Sever, 1 Jan.. [832. She 
was daughter of Jonathan and Abigail (Freeman) Sever, and 
was b. Moretown, Vt., i6Au 

Mr. Phelps settled in Gouverneur, X. V.. and removed 
from there t>- Alden, and thence to Durham, McHenry Co., 
111. 

Children. 1>. Gouverneur X. V.. except last two: 

f- 83 I. Arthur, b, 24 De 52, tn. Celia Ann 

Kezei . 
+ 8384. II. Amelia b. 7 (Jet.. 1835 m. John Wesley 

Bailey. 
$85. III. Benjamin, b. 7 Oct., 1836, m. Odessa A' 

line Russell 
+ 83 IV. Matilda, b. I May, t839, m. Darner William 

1 )a \ 

J87. V. 1. . 11 No m, Bel . >x. 

I ,ss. VI. R - t>. Alden, Id.. 20 June, 1845. 

VII. Walla, Durham, lib, 10 May, 1851, m. 

.•ph Hammon< 

45s(>. B . Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Vt,. 10 

4. m. Elizabeth r, 6 March. 1825. She \. 

daughter of Stephen and Mary (Kane) barber and was b. De- 
Kalb, X. V.. 20 May, 1 

Mr. Phelps settled in Antwerp. X. V.. later in life rem 
to Waterloo, Wis. 

Children, b. Antwerp, X. V.: 
S- I. Sarah, b. 9 March, 1830, d. Waterloo. Wis.. 3 

June. 1851, num. 
u)i. II. Sophia, b. 17 August. 1831, Alexander R. 

McKenzie. 
92. III. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 4 Aug., 1S39, d. Waterloo,. 
Wis.. 21 Aug., 1^63. num. 



Seventh Generation. 8lJ 

4581. Charles Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Vt., iS 
June, 1807, m. Ann Parker Jenkins, 25 Aug., 1833. She was 
daughter of Charles and Mary (Russell) Perkins, and was b. 
Waitsfield, Vt., 15 Nov., 1S14. Mr. Phelps first settled in 
Lowell, Mass., where his children were born, later removing 
to Lisbon, Wis., where he d. 26 Aug., 1875. 

Children, b. Lowell, Mass : 

8393. I. Abba Ann, b. 5 Oct., 1837, m. Nathaniel 

Culver, 26 Oct., 1855, son of Rev. Nathan 
and Sarah (Tufts) Culver. He was b. Ft. 
Coventry, N. Y., 17 March, 1829. A gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College, 1850. 
+ S394. II. Helen Mae, b. 12 Nov., 1842, m. Charles 

Henry Johnson. 

8395. III. Minerva, b. 4 Sept., 1S45, m. Joseph Henry 
Davidson, 2nd Richard F. Ray. She d. 
New Lisbon, Wis., 6 April, 1870. No issue 
by either husband. 

4582. Aaron Gilbert Phelps, b. Waitsfield, 
Vt., 21 April, 1809, in. Eliza Willard Foster, in Rouse, N.Y., 
11 Feb., 1839. She was daughter of Maj. John Chipmau and 
Betsey (Lewis) Foster, and was b. April 6, 182 

Mr. Phelps settled in Rouse, N. Y., from there removing 
to Portland, Wis., where he died. 

Children : 

+ 8396. I. Henry Foster, b. Rouse, N. Y., 17 Dec, 1839, 

m. Lydia A. Griffin. 
+ 8397. II. Elizabeth F., b. Aztalau, Wis., 21 July, 1841, 

m. Win. Russell. 
III. Eugene M., b. Portland, Wis., 21 March, 
849, m. Mary Eliza Flint, 

4583. Sophronia Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 
[3 July, 1S11. m. Moses Clark Kenyon, at Antwerp, N. Y., 

Oct., 1830. He was son of Nathaniel and Lucy (Davis) 
Kenyon, and was b. Weathersfield, Vt., 28 March, 1805. ' 

Mr. Kenyon settled in Gouverneur, N. Y., from there to 
Portland, Wis. 

Children, b. Gouverneur, N. Y. : 



8/8 Seventh Generatioji. 

8399. I. Martha Jane (Kenyon), b. 7 Sept., 1831, m. 

William Mackey. 20 Feb., 1851. 
S400. II. Sarah Elizabeth (Kenyon), b. 8 July, 1833, 

in. 20 Feb., 1S60. Walter Johnson, son of 

Silas and Maria S. Johnson. 

8401. III. Charles Phelps (Kenyon), b. 17 June, 1836, 

in. Amanda Bruce, 8 Sept., 1859. She was 
b. X. Y, City, 20 Feb., 1838. 

8402. IV. George Paul (Kenyon), b. [O Jan., [838, m. 

Joseph Searls 20 Oct., 1S66. 

8403. V. Hester Ann ( Kenyon I. b. 25 May. [840, m. 

..•pli W '.1 March, [8 : 

,.4. VI. Clark House (Kenyon), b. 31 Jan., 1843, d. 
14 Jan., 1863, 1111111. In war of the Rebel- 
lion, at Port Hudson. 
VII. Squire Chase (Kenyon), b. 24 July, 1845, m. 
Anna Laughlin. 
... YIII. Laura Emibj (Kenyon), b. [5 Nov., 1848, m. 
Thomas Peck, son of William and Eliza 
(Ward) Peck, 

4;>s4-. Waterman Phelps, b. Waitsfield, Vt., 
1 March, 1814, tn. Mary Ann Marble, 2;, Oct., 1836. She 
was daughter of Jonathan and Hannah (Marsh) Marble, and 

rouverneur, N. Y., 25 Sept., 1815. Mr. PI 
settled in 11. 1 -o., Wis., tlu Udeu, 

and the year following to 

Hebron, Jefferson Co., Wis. 

Children : 

I. Helen El b. Rouse X. V., 6 Oct., 

[837, m. Alfred Goodell. 
8408. II. Wesley, b. Rouse, X. Y., 10 Oct.. [83 >. En- 

listed at : . Wis., Co. E., 20th R« 

Wis. Vol. Died in hospital. Springfield, 
Mo., 10 D unm. 

409. III. Emil3 Saph b. Rouse, X.Y., 1 August. 

twice. 
+ S410. 1Y. Laura Mai el. b. Alden, 111., 27 June. [843, 

m. Lewis Belney. 



Seventh Generation . 



Sip 



+ 841 1 
8412 
8413 

+ S414 

8415 

+ 8416 



V. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Alden, 111., 21 Oct., 1845, 

m. Wm. Hadden. 
VI. Aaron, b. Alden, Wis., 18 August, 1852, d. 
Somers, Wis., 7 July, 1854. 
VII. CelestiaQ., b. Alden, Wis., 7 July, 1854, d. 
Hebron, Wis., 20 Oct., 1854. 
VIII. Ellen Alzora, b. Somers, Wis., 25 Oct., 1847, 
m. Isaac S. Pavey. 
IX. Francis Waterman, b. Hebron, Wis., n May, 

1S56, d. young. 
X, Frederick Orville, b. Hebron, Wis., 6 Aug., 
185S, m. Susie Lee, 



4587. Dr. Alexander Steele Phelps, b, 
Waitsfield, Vt., 1 April, 1813, m. Laura Waterman, at Royal- 
ton, Vt., by Rev. C. B. Drake, 22 Dec, 1840. She was 
daughter of Abraham and Polly (Bontman) Waterman, and 
was b. Royalton, Vt., 3 Sept., 181 1. She was living in Leb- 
anon, N. Y., 1887. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Waitsfield, Vt., and later in life he 
removed to Royalton, Vt., where he d. 28 Jan., 1S80. 

Children, b. Waitsfield. Vt.: 

+ S417. I. Edward Alexander, b. 29 Oct., 1841, m. 

Laura E. D. Smith. 

8418. II. Emily Laura, b. 29 Oct., 1841, d. young. 

8419. III. Solomon, b. 4 June, 1843, d. 15 April, 1844. 

8420. IV. Albion, b. 4 June. 1843, d. 22 April, 1844. 

+ S421. Y. Joel Wilson, b. 8 Sept., 1845, 111. Alice P. 

P. Hazeii. 
+ 8422. VI. Olney Windsor, b. u Feb., 1848, m. Mary 

Draper. 
+ S423. VII. Ellery Findley, b. 20 Oct., 1851, m, Lillie M. 

Trow. 

4591. Dr. Artemus Gurley Phelps, b. 
Waitsfield, Vt., 30 June, 1S22, m. Adelia Cutter, 10 April, 
1 85 1'. She was daughter of Benjamin and Grata (Hunt) Cut- 
ter, and was b. Jaffrey, N. H., 20 Jan., rS23, d, 3 June, 1852. 
She was the author of a book of poems, published after her 
death. 



820 Seventh Generation. 

He m. 2nd Nancy Priscilla Stoughton, in Gill. Franklin 
Co., Mass., 2 Xov., 1858. She was daughter of Asa and 
Anna (Stephen^) Stoughton. and was b. Gill, Mass., 25 Jan., 
1824. She was a graduate of Holyoke Seminary. 

Dr. Phelps graduated at Castleton Medical College, of 
Castleton. Rutland Co.. Yt.. 22 Nov., 1848. Settled in Jaf- 
frey. X. II., where he practiced for many years, and where he 
now resides. 

Child 1.' est wif< b. Jaffrey, X. H.: 

5424. I. Grace Mina. b. 12 April. 1852. m. Eugene 

McCary. She d. at \\ Id, Yt. 15 Ncr 

85- 
Childrey by 2nd wife, b. Jaffrey, X. H.: 

5425. II. Charles Stoughton, b. 2;, Dec, 

(.26. III. Mary Eliza, b. 7 July. 1862, graduated Mt. 
Holyoke Seminary. 

84: IV, William Ste 12 July, 1S67, d. 13 June, 

1887, drowned while attending Philips 
Academy, Andover, Mi - 

4-502. David Martin Phelps, b. Waits! 
Yt., 10 Oct., [824, m. Zilpha Brooks Dewey, 20 May, 1857. 
She was daughter of Henry and Amelia I »n) Dewey, 

and was b. 22 Jan. >4- 

Mr. PI in Wait Vt . removing from there 

to Burlington. Yt.. in 1868, whei < He 

was ■. dnent in local affai .man during 

the time of the Civil w 

Children, b. Wa I, Vt.: 

+ I. Nelson Dewey, b. 27 Feb.. 111. Anna 

Maria Joslyn. 
+ 842 II. Henry Alexander, b. 5 O- n, m. Isabelle 

M. Putnam. 

4507. Dr. Horace R. Phelps, b. Waitsfield, 
Yt.. 24 Feb.. 1833. Removing with his father to Moretown. 
Yt., about 1S43. m. Lucy Ann Metca] July, 1823. She 

wa- daughter of Pelitia and Fanny (Hart) Metcalf, and was 
Sharon, Windsor Co., Yt., 16 Jan.. 1832. 



Seventh Generation. 821 

Dr. Phelps graduated a t Dartmouth Medical College in 1862, 
and settled in Littleton, Mass. 

Child, b. Windsor Co., Vt.: 

8430. I. Clara B., b. 7 Oct., 1870. 

4-509. Julia Layinia Phelps, b. Waitsfield, 
Vt., 22 May, 1833, 111. Charles Morton, 30 August, 1864. He 
was son of Henry and Kliza Norton, and was b. Smithfield, 
R. I., 7 Oct., 1838, d. 2 Feb., 1879. She m. 2nd James M. 
Hunting, 1882. She had no children by either husband. 

4:()0(). Henry Adelbert Phelps, b. Moretown , 
Vt., 26 Dec, 1845, m. Araminta Celestina Parker, 24 Feb. , 
1867. She was daughter of James and Mary (Mendi) Parker, 
and was b. Sharon, Windsor Co., Vt., 27 July, 1842. 

Mr. Phelps settled in Sharon, Yt., and later in Bellows 
Falls, Vt. 

Children: 

8431. I. Ernest Henry, b. Sharon, Vt., 21 April, 1868. 

8432. II, Lucy Araminta. b. " " 1 May, 1872. 

8433. III. Rollin Henry, b. Keene, N. H., 1 Oct., 1874. 

4601. Francis Bissell Phelps, b. Waitsfield, 
Vt., 10 Dec, [857, m. Hattie Georgietta Young, -8 Sept., 1871. 
She was daughter of George S. and Hannah (Sargent) Young, 
and was b. Royalton, Vt. 

Child, b. Bellows Falls. Vt.: 

8434. I. Annie Julia, b. 7 Oct., 1882. 

4002. Julia Ann Porter, b. Richfield, N. Y., 
11 Nov., 1S14, m. 9 Dec, 1S34, Asa W. Sprague, son of David 
and Anna (Cunningham) Sprague. He was b. Richfield, N. Y., 
22 Dec, 1810. He settled in Burlington, N. Y., and was a 
farmer. He d. in New Berlin, N. Y., 16 Dec, 1886. His 
wife d. in Edmonstou, N. Y., 7 April, 1873. 

Children, b. Burlington, N. Y. : 

+ 8435. I. Alfred D. (Sprague), m. Susan A. Ladd. 

8436. II. Charles P. 

8437. III. William A. 
S438. IV. James M. 

8439. V. Cortland B. 

8440. VI. Delivau G. 



822 Seventh Generation. 

4603. Sarah Porter, b. Richfield. N. V., 4 
Nov., 1816, 111. Whiteman Towne, b. Richfield, N. Y., 11 July, 
1S0S. Settled in Burlington, N. Y.. where he d. 6 Feb., 1874. 
He was a farmer and teacher. 

Children, b. Burlington, X. Y.: 

8441. I. Sarah Jane (Towne), b. 7 !•'■ d. 10 

June, 1S77. 
|2. II. Helen Deborah " b. 19 April. [84 

5443. 111. Fremont Whiteman (Towne), b. 27 March, 

1849. 

5444. 1Y. Irving Porter (Towne), b. 19 Nov., ;.i. 
8445. V. Theodore Frelinghuysen (Towne), b. 1 D 

[845, d. 22 Di 4 s - 

4<>0S. James Richardson Porter, b. Rich- 
field, N. Y., 7 Dec. [815, m. Catharine Mary Clinton, at 
Peekskill, X. V.. 19 July. 1844. She d. Baltimore, Md., 7 
Nov., [852. 

Mr. Porter resided, after marrying, in Baltimore, Md., and 
later 111 Cam' X. Y.. where he d. 7 May, 1861. He was 

a merchant. 

Children, b. Baltimore, Md,: 
S 4 . 1. James I Por1 I. in infancy. 

. i7 . II. Mary A. b. Aug. 1848. R< 

kill. X. Y. 
844S. III. Catharine C. (Porter), b. 3 Sept., m. 

Rev. Reuben Kidner, Re- B 
8449. IV. Grace (Porter), b. 21 July. 1852, in Cambrr 
X. V. 

4609. Charles P. Porter, b. Richfield. X. 
Y.. 1 March. 1817, m. Phebe Bristol, in Cambridge. X. Y.. 
\,, x [862. She was daughter of Knos and Susan (Hinkk 
Bristol, and was b. Fair Haven. Vt., July d. Cam- 

bridge, X. Y.. Nov., r862. 

Mr. Porter resided in East Winfield, X. Y.. removing in 
1850, to Cambridge. X. Y.. where he d. 13 July, [87 He 
was a merchant. 

Children : 



* Seventh Generation. S23 

8450. I. James (Porter), b. East Winfield, N. Y., 

Sept., 1849. 

8451. II. Ella (Porter), b. Cambridge, N. Y., May, 

1853, rn. E. Copeland. 

4-013. Mary Eu.is, b. Geneva, N. Y., 1811, 
d. Abbeville, Ala., 1882, m. at Thomaston, Ga.. 1831, Henry 
A. Yonge, b. Florida, 1799, d. Geneva, Ala., 1859, son of 
Henry Yonge. 

Mr. Yonge was a merchant in Geneva, Ala. 

Children : 

8452. I. Mary P. (Yonge), b. Abbeville, Ala., Nov. 

14, 1833, d. May 8, 1 87 2. 

8453. IT. Anna A. (Yonge), b. Macon, Ga., Dec. 7, 

[836, m. Pierce, of Dorthew, Ga. 

84.54. III. Edward E. (Yonge), b. Harris Co., Ga., May 
ir, 1839. Res. Columbus, Ga, 

8455. IV. Theodora P. (Yonge), b. Geneva, Ala., Sept. 

23, 1 841, m. Moore, of Fort Worth, 

Texas. 

8456. V. Laura A. (Yonge), b. Geneva, Ala., Oct. 25, 

1843, d. July. [884. 

8457. VI. Henry A. (Yonge), b. Geneva, Ala., Feb. 21, 

184ft. Res. Illinois. 

8458. VII. James A. (Yonge), b. Geneva, Ala., May 11, 

1S49. Res. Dorthew, Ga. 

4(il4. Amelia Ellis, b. Geneva, N. Y., 1813, 
d. Geneva, Ala., Sept., 1851, m. at Geneva, Ala., Dec, 1841, 
Walter S. C. Yonge, son of Henry Yonge. 
Mr. Yonge is a merchant at Opelika, Ala. 

Children, b. Euchee Anna, Fla. : 

8459. I, Chandler (Yonge), b. 1842. 

8460. II. Lucy (Yonge), b. 1844, d. 189S, m. 

Bain, of Atlanta, Ga. 

8461. III. Alonzo (Yonge), b. 1S46, d. 1850. 
S462. IV. Roswell E. (Yonge), b. 1848. 

4615. Davenport Phelps Ellis, b. Geneva, 
N. Y., 1815, d. 1885, m. 



82-f. Seventh Generation. * 

Children : 

8463. I. Frank (Ellis). Res. Atlanta. Ga. 

S464. II. Osborn " 

841 III. Lucy " " " " m.— Bain. 

8466. IV. Madf " m. Pogue. 

8467. \ r . Pauline " Res. Atlanta, Ga. 

4-Gl(». Rev. William Josi ah Ellis, b. Geneva, 

N. V., 1 s 1 7 , d. Atlanta, Ga.. April 22, 1S.S4, in April 22, 
1850, Emma Lemoine Rogers, b. Petersburg, Va. , daughter 
of Charles and Caroline M. (Adcus) R< 

Mr. Ellis was an I .pal clergyman in Apalachi) 

Florida, where his widow is still living 

of churches in Alabama, Georgia and Florida, and Chr 
church, in Nashville, Ten:: >rs. 

Children: 

841 I. William J. (Ellis), b. Enfaula, Ala., [853. 

846 II. Leroy J. ' " " 1855. 
+•8470. III. Davenport P. " b. Uniontown, Ala., Nov., 

m. Lucy A. Atkinson, No. 8475. 

847 1Y. Lucy Tiffany (Ellis), b. Shawnee Co., Kan 


8472. V. 1 (Ellis), b" Leo n, Kansas, Au 

:i. Peck of Jackson, G 

-3. VI. Eugene Rogers (Ellis - Tallah:;- .'la., 

S474. VII. Richard A. (Ellis), b. Nashville, Tenn. 1< 

Atlanta . < 

4618. Theodora Phelps Ellis, b. Putnam 
County, Ga.. July 22, 1820, m. at Columbi ..July: 

1 Sin, John Pepper Atkinson, b. Brunswick Co., Ya.. Nov. 
12, [804, d. S to, son of John and Martha 

kinson. 

Mr. Atkinson was a teacher. They removed about 1 
from Virginia to Meriwether County. Ga. Mr. Atkinson had 
two daughters and a son by a former marriage. 

Children: 
8475. • I. Lucy A Atkinson) b. Oakland, Ga., June 

7,i- I 'aveport P. Ellis 



Seventh Generation. 825 

+ 8476. II, Theodore Ellis (Atkinson), b. Newnan, G 

Dec. 23, 185 1, m. Mary L. Cook. 

+ 8477. III. William Yates (Atkinson), b Newnan, Ga., 
Nov. 11, 1S54. m. Susie Cobb Milton. 

+ 847. IV. Thomas Alexander (Atkinson), b. La Grange, 

Ga., May 1, 1856, m. 'twice 

8479. V. Roswell James (Atkinson), b. Greenville, Ga., 

May 27, i860, m. Aug.. 1887, Ninnie 
Louise Revill, daughter of Hon. William T. 
Revill, of Greenville, Ga. No issue. 

4-610. Roswell Ellis, b. Putnam Co., Ga., 

:_'. m. Columbus. Ga., 1849, Fannie Mangham, b. , d. 

Griffin, Ga., 1856, dan. of John C. Mangham. 

Res. Columbus and Oakland, Ga. Is a merchant. 

Children, b. Columbus, Ga.: 

8480, k Annie (Ellis), b. 1850, d. 1852. 
1. II. John " b.1854, d. 1876. 

Mi20. George Davenpori Phelps, b. Pult- 
neyville, X. Y.. August 28, 1827, m. at Pultneyville, X. Y., 
March 24, 1S5S, Sarah Jane Holling, b. Pultneyville, X. Y., 
Feb. 2, 1853, d. Chicago, 111., April 1, 1897, dau. of James 
and Rachel (Brown) (Throop) Holling. 

Mr. Phelps resides- at 373 Burling street, Chicago, and has 
furnished much interesting and valuable matter relating to 
the desceudaius of the Rev. Davenport Phelps, Xo. 681. 

Children: 

8482. I. William Rees, b. Milwaukee, Wis., March 17, 

1859. 

8483. II. Sarah Lilian, b. Pultneyville, X. Y., March 

2, [861. 

8484. III. Mary Throop, b. Oil Springs, C. W., April 7, 

[863, d. Milwaukee, April 21, [864. 

8485. IV. Edward Lewis, b. Chicago, Ilk, March 15, 

1865. 
8481 V. Andrew Holling. b. Milwaukee, Wis.. Dec. 5, 

1867. 
8487. VI. Elizabeth, b. Chicago, Feb. 13, 1870, d. May 

30, 1870. 



826 



St venth Generation . 



8488. VII. Sophia Throop, b. Chicago, Dec. 4, 1875. 

8489. VIII. Daughter, b. " died 

same day. 

40'2?. Amelia Ann Fitzhugh, b. Sodus Point, 
N. V.. Nov. 1. 1822, m. Dr. J. B. Selby. 

Res. 485 Jefferson Street, Milwaukee. Wis., 1 

Children, b. Milwaukee, Wis.: 

849 I. Bennett Fitzhugh (Selby), b. March 19, 1850, 

d. Salina, Kansas, Dec. 2, [880. 
84 . II. Mary (Selby), b. Sept. 1. 1851, m. Dec. 

[898, Hugh II. Scott, nt Los Ang Cal. 

8492. III. Sarah Elizabeth (Selby), b. Ma ;. d. 

Milwaukee, at age of 11. 
841 IV. Ella (Selby), b. Nov. 1. [856, d. Milwaukee, 

May 5, [8 
I.94. A". Ida (Selby), b. Dec. 22, 1860, d. Milwaukee. 

aged 6 months. 
" Sj, VI, William Fitzhugh (Selby), b. June 16, r 

d. Crystal Springs, Col., August 20, 1 

mini. 



4(i'2S, Elizabeth Catharine Fitzhugh, b, 
Sodus Point, N. V. . August 9, 1824, m. Sodus Point, N. Y. 
Nov. 16, 1848, Napoleon B. Cas . b. M s 

and Sophia Caswell. 

Mr. Caswell is a hardware merchant in Lyons, Wayne >. 
X. Y. 

Children : 

S496. I. Helen Sarah (Caswell), b. Lyons, N. Y.,Oct. 

16, 1849, d. May 3, 1873, m. July 11, : 
Henry I). West, and had one son. 

841 11. Fitzhugh (Caswell), b. Lyons, N. V.. Fel 

1852, d. Juh 

8498. III. Mary. Eveline (Caswell), b. Lyons, N. V., 

iril 7. 1854, m. Oct. 31, 1877, Fred'k M. 
Scott. Has 7 children living. 

8499. IV. Caroline (Caswell), b. Milwaukee, Wis.. Nov. 

6, 1856, d. Dec. 30, 1 - . 



Seventh Generation. 827 

8500. V. Kate Fitzhugh (Caswell), b. Milwaukee, 

Wis., Jan. 28, 1863,111. May 2.5, 1881, Oliver 
C. Fuller. Has 5 children living, 

WH. Henrietta Galloway Fitzhugh, b. 
Sodus Point, N. Y., 1835, d. Rocky Hill, N. J., July 13,. 
1883, in 48th year, m. Rev. Henry \V. Spauldiug, D. D., 

rector of Grace Church, at Jersey City, N. J. He d. . 

They left several children. 

4654. Abigail R. Phelps, b. Monterey, X. 
Y., 4 Nov., 1833, m. Ira S. Abbe, 15 Aug., 1857. No issue. 

(He afterwards married her sister, No. 4659.) 

4655. Rev. Alexander Alonzo Phelps, b 
Monterey, N. Y. , 28 Feb., 1836, tn. Rosetta Ann Bush, 21 
June, i860, by the Rev. Joel W. Reid, D. D. 

The Rev. Mr. Phelps graduated from Genesee College, now 
vSyracuse University, 21 June, i860, and has since been en- 
gaged in teaching, editing and publishing. Res. Lima, N. Y. 

Children : 

8501. I. Elvira W., b. Rochester, N. Y., 21 June, 

1 861. A teacher. 

8502. II. Rose, b. Akron, X. Y., 20 Dec, 1863, m. 

Charles D. Francis, 7 March. [884. 

8503. III. Adelia C, b. Lockport, X. Y., 15 Oct., 1866. 
.^504. IY. Flora Mary, b. Rochester, X. Y., 26 Jan., 

1871. 

4656. Melissa Phei.ps, b. Mansfield, Pa., 30 
Nov., 1838, 111. John Winney, 23, July, 1858. Settled in 
Penfield, N. Y., where he died. 

She 111. 2nd Andrew Corwin, 1 Aug., 1885. 
He settled in Penfield, X. Y. 

Children by 1st husband, b, Penfield, X. Y.: 

8505. I. George Elbert (Winney), b. 15 Oct., 1859. 

8506. II. Willis Fred ' b. 22 Oct., 1864, d. 

4 May, 1874. 

8507. III. Carrie May " b. 2 Dec, 1866. 

8508. IY. Lillian " b. 17 Aug., 1875, d. 

20 Sept., 1875. 



S28 Seventh Generation. 

8509. V. Nellie Maria (Winney,) b. 9 Jan., 1877. 

8510. VI. Herebert Eugene " b. 24 July, 1879. 

4(>57. Lucy A. Phelps, b. Jackson, Pa., n 
Nov., 1841, 111. Wallace W. Hathaway, 12 May, 1867. 

Mr. Hathaway first settled in Hornby. N. Y. . and for a time 
lived in Painted Post, again removing to Hornby, X. Y. 

Children: 

8511. I. Robert M. (Hathaway), b. Hornby, X. Y., 3 

Jan., 181 

8512. II. Lillian A. (Hathaway), b. Painted Post, X. 

Y.. [5 Sept . 1872, d. 9 August, [873. 

8513. III. Cora A. (Hathaway), b. Hornby. X. Y. _, 

June, 1873. 

8514. IY. Lilly M. (Hathaway), b. Hornby. X. Y.. 24 

Feb., [876. 

8515. V. luldie L. (Hathaway), b. Hornby. X. Y., 28 

Aj.ril, 

46.")*). Li RA X. Ph; Elmira, X. Y., 1 9 

August, 1845, 111. Ira S. Abbe, 4 July, 1866. (His first wife 
was No. 1.654.) 

Children: 



8516. 


I. 


Albert (Abl 




27 




7. 


II. 


Clara 


' b. 


Oct. 




85 . 


III. 


Charh 


 


7 May, 


;-• 


85 1 


IV. 


Wallace " 


b. 


7 May, 


75- 


8520. 


V. 


Arthur 


b. 


- Jan, 


. 1 


I. 


VI. 


Nellie 


b. 


30 Oct. 


, 1 - 



4665. Jt'i.i.v Maria Ph. . New York City, 

13 July, 1820, d. Boston, Mass., March 4. 1899, m. Royal 
Winter, at Hartford, Ct., 5 Jan. He w □ of Ad 

phus and Ruth Winter, and was b. Croydon, X. H. Settled 
in Boston. Mass ind Newton, Mass.. where he d. 2;, Feb., 
He was a merchant in Boston. Mass. Family res. 297 
Boylston street, Boston, Mass. 

Children: 

8522. I. Kliza Phelps (Winter), b. Fairfield, Ct.. 8 

May, 1S54. 



Seventh Generation, 829 

8523. II. Emma (Winter), b. Boston, Mass., 17 June, 

1S64. 

4660. Caroline Eliza Phklps, b. New York 
City, 14 Sept., 1828, d. Oct. 21, 1868, m. James D. Haring, 
1 Sept., 1846. He was son of Capt. Samuel and Sarah 
(Clark) Haring. and was b. New York City, 25 Nov., 1819, 
where he settled, and d. 4 June, 1868. 

Mr. Haring was a grandson of Hon. John Haring, a 
member of the Continental Congress of 1786. 
Children, b. New York City : 

8524. I. Kate (Haring), b. 29 May. 1847, d - 2 7 May, 

1 851. 
+ 8525. II. Julia Phelps (Haring), b. 30 March, 1851, in. 

( Veorge L. White. 

4667. Harriet Aogusta Phelps, b. New 
York City, 6 Oct., 1830, m. H. A. Brooks, in New York 
City 3 Feb., 1854. He was son of Charles and Jane (Barclay) 
Brooks, b. Hebron, Chester Co., Pa.. Aug., [828. Settled in 
that place, and was an iron master. He d. there 20 Sept., 
1854. His widow now resides in Newton, Ma 
Child, b. New York City : 
,26. I. Thomas R. (Brooks), b, 4 Jan., 1855. 

4661). George Alexander Phelps, b. New 
York -City, 24 July, 1834, m. Helen Clark, at New York City, 
3 Jan., 1855. She was daughter of William and Mary 
(Bogert) Clark, of New York City, and was b. 2S May, 1834. 
Mr. Phelps is a merchant, connected with the house of Phelps 
Bros. & Co., of New York City, and now resides in Liver- 
pool, England. 

8527. I. Helen, b. New York City, 24 July, 1S63. 

8528. II. Alexander, b. Paris, France, 12 July, 1870. 

Res. Liverpool, Eng. 

4674. Frank Phklps, b. New York City, 24 
March, 1844, m. Mary A. Bradley Curtis, at Fairfield, Ct., 10 
May, 1S66. She was daughter of Henry Townson Curtis and 
Mary Eliza Henderson (Bradley) Curtis, and was b. Fairfield; 
Ct., 13 June, 1S4 s. 



^3° Seventh Generation 

Mr. Phelps resides in Stamford, Ct.. and is a merchant of 
New York City, of the firm of Phelps Bros. & Co. 

Children : 

8529. I. Henry Curtis, 1). Fairfield, Ct.. 4 Aug 

8530. II. George Alexander, b. Brooklyn. N. \\. 16 

Nov., is;.;. 

8531. III. Marion Bradley, b. Brooklyn. X. Y., 28 Feb., 

[87 

8532. IV. Mar} Curtis, b. Stamford. Ct., 27 July. [878. 

4675. Charles Haring Phelps, b. New York 
City, 10 Dec., 1846, m. Anna Beach Coleman, 13 Oct., [868. 
She was daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Sophia Catharine 

(Brown) Coleman, and was b New York City, 14 Sept., [849. 

Mi . Phelps settled in New York City, and for a time 1 
in Liverpool, Eng. Heisa merchant of the firm of Phe; 
Bros, & Co., of New York City, No. 1 Broadway, New Vbrk 
City, and the Mediterranean and New York Steam 

Ship Co. His residence is at 120 West 79th Street, New York 
Cit\ . 

Children : 

$3. I. Charles Haring, b. New York City, 27 Jul 

[81 
8534. II. Thomas Coleman, b. New York C Dec, 

$5. III. Nina, b. Liverpool. 1 20 Dec, [872, 

85  IV. Frank (, b. Liverpool. Eng., 1 Jan.. 

is- 
8537. V. Julia Grashon, b. Lb ; Oct., 

[87 

4()7(>. Howard Phelps, b. Fairfield, Ct.. 6 
Sept., 1849, m. Jennie J. Beare in New York City. 23 April, 
1873. She was daughter of Thomas M. and Mary Susan 
ill) bear.-, and was b. New York City 26 M . — . 

Mr. P] led in New York City. For a time he re- 

sided in Newton. Mass. He is one of the firm of Phelps Bros. 
& Co.. X . i Broadway. New York City. 

Children : 



Seventh Generation. 



Sjr 



8538. I. Mabel Marston, b. New York City, 12 May, 

1S76. 

8539. I. Howard J., b. Newton, Mass., 26 June, 1886. 

46S0. Ruth Barber, b. Wyoming, Pa., about 
1790, m. Elijah Filley. 

Children : 
I. Edmond (Filley), died aged 20 yrs. 
II. Emily 



8540 
854 • 

S543 
S544 
8545 
8546 
8547 



III. Annie 

IV. Thomas 
V. Amanda 

VI. Grandison 
VII. Betsey 
VIII. Maria 



m. Hector Miller. 
m. Charles Barber. 
m. Mary Mar bin. 
m. Fitch. 

m. William Higginbottom, 
m. Seymour Hill, Windsor, 
Ct. 



4681. Thomas Barber, b. Wyoming, Pa., 
ibout 1791, m. Hannah Hubbard. 

Children: 

548. I. Sanphia Hubbard (Barber), m. Edward Hatch. 

49. II. Betsey (Barber), m. Franklin Burr. 



Jan., 



4682. Grandison Barber, b. Wyoming, Pa., 
1793. m. Electa Gillett, who died six mouths after 
marriage. Hem. 2nd Laura Francis, 25 Now, 1815. She 
was b. 25 Jan., 1800, d. 3 Oct., 1S36. He m. 3rd Martha Hol- 
lister Wooley. He m. 4th Mary Farrington, 9 Sept., 1846, b. 
10 August, 1 80 1. 

Children by 2nd wife: 
I. Francis Grandison (Barber), b. 3 Nov., 1817. 
II. Mary (-Barber), b. 2 Sept., 1820, m. Charles 
Goodwin. 

III. Julian (Barber), b. 25 March, 1823. 

IV. Charles " b. 19 Nov., 1825. 
V. George " b. 2 Feb., [828, m. Jane 

Taft. 

4686. Erastus Latimer, b. 20 March, 1802, 
1828, Phebe Ellis, b. 3. Feb., 1822. (She m. for 



8550. 
+ 8551- 

8552. 

s 553- 
+ 8554- 



m. 6 Feb. 



2nd husband Deacon Amazia Case, 30 Ala}', 1841.) 



Sj2 Seventh Generation. 

• Children: 

55. I. Francis (Latimer), b. 4 Jan.. 1829. 

S556. II. Levi Qzias b. 30 Jan., 1834, m. Nelly 

Boyer. His name was afterward changed to 
Biehard Ellis. 

8557. III. Titus Barber (Latimer), b. 30 Jan. . m. 

Jane Josephine Carpenter. 

4(W0. Rev. Virgil H. 1 r, 1>. Claremont. 

N. II., about 1-; >. He was educated in the faith of his father, 
and became an Episcopal clergyman. He later adopted the 

Romanist creed, went to Rom ik orders, returned to New 

Hampshire, and founded a Catholic church, and influenced 
many of his father's family to adopt hi- faith. He ne 

married. 

L694. LuRjA Barber, b. Simsbury, Ct.. 2- 

March, 1796, d. Granby, Ct., July, -a. 1 6 June, 1830, 

James Lewis, b. Fairmington, Ct., 5 May, 1787, d. 3 Feb., 

in of Elijah andMartha (T :i) Lewis. 

Mr. Lewis was a merchant hi Granby, Ct., but died at the 

Lewis place in Farmington, L't. 
(Ik- in. :  . Minerva H illy er and had four 

ildren by her ; Phineas Erskiue, Elijah Leonidas, Was 
ton Decatur and William James Hen: 

Chil anby, Ct.: 

8558, I. Lura Minerva (Lewis), b. 10 June, 1831 

4(>'.>s. Virgil Bushrod Barber, b. ; Jan. 
15, :.;. Cornel 1 1 March. 1830. 

Child : 
I. Harriet (Bai I [833. 



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