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Full text of "Thomas Sanford, the emigrant to New England; ancestry, life,and descendants, 1632-4. Sketches of four other pioneer Sanfords and some of their descendants"

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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ANCKSTRY, Lil'E AND 
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AND ^OMI: Ol' THEIR D-::S CENDANT-,; 

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ILLUSTRATIOMS 



BY 

CARLTON E. SAKf 



•'EARLY HiiTORY OF HOPTCl^NTON, ^A V." 
•LETITRS. KSSAYS AND BIOGRAPHICAL iiKtTC^iCS' 



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384. THE THOMAS SA>,'FORD FAMILY 

4076.4-Jo3epli Durral, b. Feb. 11, 1321; d. Sept. 25, 1897; in. Mary Wood- 
rnansee. 

4977.+SarMh, b. Apr. 6, 1S23; d. Feb. IG, 18G3; m. Stephen Niles. 

407S.4-Franeis Asbuiy, b. Jan. 10, 1S25; d. Fob. 11, 1869; iv. Ht>rnet Rice. 

4079.+Edscn, b. Oct. IS, 1S26; La. (1) Diantha Kuiibr; m. (2) Elir-nbotli 
Gleasou. 

4080. Anna, b. Apr. 11, 1S30; m. Oct. 26, 1S97, Ecv. Jaraes Tuylor at Middle- 
field, Ct.; d. Aug. 2, 1906, Sandy HooL-, Ct. She is liv.inp i'i Sandy 
Hook, Ct. 

4081.-hLuman Wayne, b. July 11, 1832; m. (1) Sarah Cook; m. (£) Mrs. 
Olive Geialt. 

40S2. + Susan Jane, b. Mar. 23, 1835; d. Dec. G, 1907; m. Joseph 'Weed. 

40S3.-1-Elia3 Pajerweatber, b. Aug. 2, 1S37; m. Jeanclte Evarts. 

1697. SAAIUET; NOE:\rAN^ SANFORD (same descent as 
1696) b. Mar. 18, 1793, Newtown, Ct. ; d. Apr. 29, 1S5S; ra. Mar., 
1814, Anun. Marcia Sliopaid, u. Ju3iu 9, 1793, BetlK^l,, Ct. ; J. Oct. 
23, 1S55, Newtown, Ct. ]\iJ.ss Sliepard was Mr. Saiilord's morliCY's 

They had seven eriiroT'en, al^tftrmm, Ncv/towB, Ct. 

408-l.+Jerusha'!, b. 1815; d. Mar., 1S42; m. Zalmon Lyon. 

40S5. Anna, b. 1S18; d. 1819, Ne^rto^cn, Ct. 

4086. +1 aura, b. Auf?., 1822; d. Sept. 3, 1S74; m. Willis Clinton. 

4087. Elizabeth, b. May 21, 1S27; i.i. May 6, 1866, James Turner, b. Mar. 20, 

1523; d. Mar. 23, 1S94. No children. Kcs., Newtown, Qt. 
408S.-{-Franor3 Louisa, b. May 2S, 1830; d. Mar. 9, 1901; ni. Levi Fairchild. 
40S9.4-Lorenzo Dow, b. May 28, 1S30; d. May 19, 1896; m. Aurclin Norton. 
4090.4- Frederick, b. Aug. 19, 1833; m. Eunice Clark. 



1699. JOHN- SA.NFORD {same descent as 1696) h. Sept. 
8, 1799, Newtowi], Ct.; d. July 25, 1883, Orange, Ct. ; m. Mar. 
28, 1840, ]\rary Maria Nettleton, at Orange, Ct., b. Sept. 23, 3 817; 
d. Mar. 15, 1869, Newtown, Ct. 

They had two children. 

409L+Mariettas, b. Sept. 11, 18-42; m. (1) Henry Wakely; m. (2) Fred 

Hungerford. 
4092.-f John Lyman, b. Aug. 17, 1843; m. Isabel Judeon. 

1700. LIJMAN ANDKUS^ SANFOKD {same dcsccni as 
1696) b. July 13, 1807, Newtown, Ct. ; d. in Sterling, 111.; m. June 
24, 1834, Jnlia Ann Carpenter, b. Au.ir. 9, 1813, Middlebnry, Vt; 
d. :^Iar. 14. ISGG, Sycamore, 111. 

They had four children. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 385 



4093. Mary- Jane?, b. Aug. 31, 1S3G, Chazy, N. Y.; in. at Eockfora, 111., Aug. 

20, 18G2, John Emery Benedict, b. May 10, 1832, Wsterford, N. Y. 

No cliildren. Mr. Benedict was a fainier. He enlisted Aug. 15, 

18G2, in Co. G., 95th lieg. HI. Vol. Inf. Was killed before Yicksburg, 

Misa., May 19, 1863. 
4094.+Ellcn Maria, b. May 1, 1841; m. Albeit Smith. 

4095. Elizabeth Aurelia, b. Apr. 3, 1843, No. Adaras, Mass.; d. Dec. 24, 1848. 

4096. Edwn Clapp. b. Jmio 28, 1848, Albany, N. Y.; unm. A bookkeeper in 

Chicago, 111. 

1703. LINSON E.^ NORTHROP {AMah 737, Samuel 252, 
Samuel 90, Samv.el 19, Samuel 4, T/iomos .1) b. Apr. 3, 1811, 
Soutlibury, Ct. ; ra. Olive Smith. 

They had tli.ree children. 

4097. Edv.-ards Norlhrop. 

4098. Charles Northrop. 

4099. George Northrop. 

1704. ELIZTJE" NORTHROP {same descent as 1703) L. Feb. 
24, 1814, Southbnry, Ct. ; d. Apr. 9, 3893, Cleveland, 0.; m. Jan. 
26, 1836, Mflry A. Seekins, b. June 2, 1817, Avon N. Y. ; d. May 15, 
1895, Cleveland, 0. 

They had two children born in Elyria, 0. 

4100.-f L'd^-ard Elizurs Northrop, b. Apr. 17, 1837; d. Nov. 9, 1SG3; m. Martha 

Bobertson. 
4101.+Charles Clement Northrop, b. Jan. 20, 1839; .m, (1) Harriet Groat; 

ra. (2) Mrs. Nettie Lacey Tame. 

1705. ANTOINETTE^ NORTHROP {same chscent as 1703) 
b. Mar. 31, 1818, Sonthbiiry, Ct. ; d. Feb. 16, 1889, Neeuah, Wis.; 
m. Mar. 31, 1836, Suiiih ]). Hinman, b. June 11, 1815, Oxford, 
Ct. Mrs. Hinman was educated at Obcrlin College. She moved 
with her husband to Neenah about 1871, and there the remainder 
of her life v'as spent. 

They had six children. 

4102.+Clements Hinman, b. Aug. 16, 1838; d. about 1903; m. Mary Titus. 
4103. Albert Hinman, b. Aug. 20, 1843, Camden, O. Res., Worcester, Mass. 
4104.+Ellcn Hinman, b. July 31, 1846; dec.; m. Eaton Merchant! 

4105. Josephine Hinman, b. Feb. 2, 1849, Oberliu, O.; d. 1869, Black River 

Falls, Wis.; ni. Edwin Fyles. 

4106. John Hinman, b. Feb. 22, 185], Elyria, O. Res., Chicago, 111. 
4107.-f-Hattie Hinman, b. Nov. 12, 1856; m. Henry Krueger. 

1709. ALBERT^ NORTHROP {same descent as 1703) b. 
July 14, 1830, Elyria, 0.; d. May 2, 1891, Elyria, 0.; m. .Alay 1, 

(2S) 



3S6 TilE THOMAS SANI''ORD FAMILY 



lfc'5G, Margaret, dau. of Josial) and Polly (Johnson) Sauford, b. 
June G, 1830, Newtown, Ci.; d. Nov. 1, 1900, Pittsburgh, Pa. In 
1878, ]Mr. Northrop, convinced that it would further his business 
interests, moved to Pittsburgh, Pa., where the reinaiuder of his life 
was sper.t. Among his fellow citi/.ens none ranked higher for 
faithfulness, courage, industry, business application and general 
good fellowship, wliich is at once the expected product and also 
security of our republican institutions. ^Modest in demeanor, ^-et 
strong in his integrity, lie was a worthy and efticient eAamjjle of 
a man who "loved righteousness and hated iniquity." 
They had eight children, all born in Elyria, 0. 

410S.+Hemy Sauford* Northrop, b. May 22, 1857; m. Mary Kerr. 

4109. Harriet Burnell Xorthrop, b. Dec. 13, 1858; d. Oct. 2, 1865, Elyrir., O. 

4110. Mary Antoinette Northrop, b. Nov. 29, 1860; umn. Res., Pittsburf;, I'a. 

4111. + FredcTick Albert Northrop, b. July 2, 1S62; m. Emma Tripp. 
4132. Anna Margaret Northrop, b. Dec. 12, lS(i3. Ees., Pas;ic)ena, Cal. 
4113.+C]iarlott(? Sanford Northrop, b. "Feb. 23. 1S67; m. James Roberts. 

4114. Frances Noakes Nortlirop, b. July 14, 1S71; m. June 24, 190.5, Archibj»ld 

Gordon Craig, b. Dec. 31, 1873, Jacksonville, Fla. Res., Crobskill, 
N. J. 

4115. Clement Josiah Northrop, b. Jan. 2, 1876. Res., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1710. ANN' NORTHROP {same descent os 1703) b. July 
14, 18'30, Elyria, 0.; d. I\rar. 24, 1860, Pittsfiekl Mass.; m. Lyman 
Gilbert Burnell, d. Jan. G, 1898. 

They had three children. 

4116. Carrie^ Burnell, b. June 19, 1855, Elyria, O.; d. Aug., 1901, Boston, 

Mass.; unni. She vi-as for many years employed in the Boston 

Public Libi'.-ny. 
4117. -f .Jessie Burnell, b. Nov. 5, 1857; ra. Edwin Fobes. 
4118. Anna Northrop Burnell, b. Feb. 7, 1860, Pittsficld, IMass.; uum. 

1712. CAPT. JULIUS^ SANFORD {Josiah 738, Samuel 252, 
Samuel 90, 8a))iud 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 27, 18j9, 
Newtown, Ct. ; d. Nov. 1, 1879, New Haven, Ct. ; m. Oct. 4, 1848, 
Mary Elizabeth Parsons, b. ^May 15, 1826, Newtown, Ct. , d. Jan. 
18, 1905, New Haven, Ct. 

Mr. Sauford enlisted Sept. 10, 1862. in Co. C, 23d Reg. Conn. 
Vol. Inf., was elected Captain Sept. 30, 1862. He was taken pris- 
oner at Brasliear City, Ea., aiid for fourteen months suffered 
-mprisonmeut at Camp Hord, near Tyler, Texas. 

Thev had three children, all born in Newtown, Ct. 



EIGHTH GENEKATION 



4119.+EJlen Louise'*, b. Jan. 22, 1850; m. Sherwood Thompsoji. 

4120. CalLeiinc, b. June 19, 1S60; d. Sept. 1, ISGO, NeMuwn, Ct. 

4121. Gertrude, b. July 2S, 1866; m. Oct. 5, 1897, Clarence B. Bolmer of 

New Haven, Ct. 

1713. IIENKY^ SANFOKD {same descent as 1712) h. 
June 2, 1822, Newtown, Ct. ; d. Nov. 9, LS82, Newtown, Ct. ; m. 
Nov. 9, 1845, :Mary E., dau. of Cyroms II. Booth, b. Jmie 24, 1S25, 
Newtown, Ct. ; d. A up-. 7, 1893, Newtown, Ct. 

^\r. Saiaford was town elerlc and ran a general store in Nrw- 
town, Cl. : an enterprising, prosperous business man, who, by his 
kindly nij^nner, won liosts of friends. He was largely' instrumental 
in building Trinity Episcopal Church of Newto^vn, a beautiful stone 
structure. 

They liad two children, born in Newtown, Ct. 

4122. Anna. Elizabeths, b. Aug. 29, 1S50. 

4123. -f Sarah Edmunds, b. Aug. 5, ISGl; m. Eobert Beers. 

1715. CHAKLOTTE' SANFORD (same descent as 1712) b. 
Jan. 6, 1828. Newto^ra, Ct. ; m. INIay 29, 1850, George Bennett 
Wheeler, b. June 18, 1827, Newtown, Ct. ; d. Jan. 12, 1896. Howard, 
S. Dak. In 1855, they moved to Can:anche, la., and in 1857, to 
Dyersville, la. He enlisted Aug. 2, 18G2, as Corporal of Co. I, 
?lst Eeg. la. Vol. Inf. ; was discharged as Sergeant July 20, 18G5. 
Res., ^Minneapolis, Minn. 

They had two children, born in Newto\vn, Ct. 

4124.4-Emily Alice'' Wheeler, b. May 25, 1S52; m. George McKec. 

4125. Harriet Maria Wluclcr, b. Dec. 9, 1854; m. Sept. 27, 1874, Waller 

McKee, b. Jan. 15, 1848, Clayton, N. Y. No children. Ees., 

Dyersville, la. 

1718. :\IART JOSEPHINE^ SANFORD {VhUo 739, Sam- 
uel 252, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 30, 
1836, Bridgeport. Ct. ; m. Oct. 4, 1855, George Wood Fuller, Elgin, 
111., b. Nov. 6. 1831. They settled in Chicago, where he was easiiicr 
of the Home National ]>ank. 

They had three children, all born in Chicago, 111. 

4120. Henry Blake'' Fuller, b. Jan. 9, 1857; unm. He is an author. Kes., 

Chicago, 111. 
4127.+Harriet Josephine Fuller, b. Jan. 6, 1859; m. William Eanney. 
412S.+Mary Sanford Fuller, b. June 8, 1869; m. Joseph Kelsey. 



388 THE TTIO^IAS SANFOIJD PAMTLY 



1721. THOMAS' SANFORD {same descent as 1718) b. 
Dec. 3, 1S43, Newtown, Ct. ; m. June 9, 1869, I^iary E., dan. of 
Peter and ]\Iartha (Hartman) Schimpf, b. Sept. 28, 1847, Canion, 
0. They settled in Cliieago, 111. He enlisted in Co. G., 113tli Reg., 
111. Vol. Inf. Res. Chicago, 111. 

They had three children. 

4129. Henry Thomas?, b. Apr. 16, 1870; ni. Eva A. Pike. Kes., LaGrango, 111. 

4130. Harriet B., b. Jau. 17, 1873; d. Aug SO, 1S74. 

4131. Mary Louisa, b. Aug. 29, 187.5. Eos., N. Y. C. 

1722. LUCY MARIA" SANFORD {Ebenczcr 7dO, Ehcne:cr 
259, Elcnczcr 91, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. June 2, 1S21, 
New Milford, Ct. ; ni. Jan. 5, 1842, William BostA^nck, b. Dee. 16, 
1820; d. Apr. 9, 1901, New Milford, Ct. 

TjK-y had two children, born in New ^Milford, Ct. 

4132. -f Cornelia*. Bostwipk, b. Feb. 2, 1S43; d. Mar. 27, 1S70; m. John Nortlirop. 

4133. Ann Eliza Bostvi-ick, b. Oct. 12, 1844. 

1725. DAVID" SANFORD {Elijah 749, John 269, John 93, 
Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 21, 1807, Newtown, Ct.; 
d May 3, 1866, Newtown, Ct. ; m. Oct. 5, 1831, Emily Augusta, 
dau. of Isaac and Rhoda (xVtwater) Townsend, of New Haven, 
Ct. : b. Sept. 28, 1810, New Haven, Ct. ; d. Feb. 6, 1875, Newto\\Ti, 
Ct. I\lr. San ford received the mills and water power at Sandy 
Hook, Ct., from his grandfather John and devised the same to his 
son William. He figured quite prominently in the affairs of New- 
to\vn. Was representative in the Legislature in 1845 and in 1858 
was Selectman. 

They had eight children, all born in Ne\\iown, Ct. 

4134. John Townsend^ b. Sept. 2.5, 1832; d. Mar. 5, 1889, Sandusky, 0.; m. 

Dec. 29, 1859, Harriet Mills of Sandusky, O., b. Sept. 13, 1S41. No 

children. 
4135.+William Isaac, b. Mar. 25, 1834; d. Jan. IS, 1903; m. Annie Manning. 
4136.+Jaue Elizabeth, b. Mar. 8, 1836; d. Jan. 7, 1867; m. Kev. AVilliam 
Moore. 

4137. George Morton, b. Dec. 10, 1837 ; d. May 24, 1851, Nevrtown, Ct. 

4138. Grace Stausfield, b. Oct. 10, 1839; d. Jan. 5, 1867, Ncw-tomi. Ct. 

4139. Juliette Maria, b. Mar. 30, 1842; d. Apr. 17, 1844, Newto^NTi Ct. 

4140. Juliette Maria, b. IMay 31, 1844; d. Aug. 3, 1846, Ne\vto\™, Ct. 

4141. Paul James, b. Oct. 1, 1846; num. Roy, St. Paul, J*Iinn. 

1727. ELIZABETH CHARLOTTE^ SANFORD {same cies- 
cent as 172:>) b. July 26, 1820, Newtown, Ct. ; d. IMay 29, 1893; m. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 389 



Jinic 2, 1842, Edmund T. II. Gibsoo, of Boston, Mass., h. Jan. 29, 
18.18, To^-nsend, Mass.; d. Jau 2G, 1SG8, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Tiiey liad nine diildrcn, all except William born in Brooklyn, 
N. Y 

4142.+Edmund T. H.s Gibson, Jr., b. Apr. 19, 1843; m. Fronces Burbank. 

4143.-1-Cliarles Dana T. Gibson, b. Apr. 3 9, 1843; in. Mamie Tugwell. 

4144. John Cotton Gibson, b. Feb. 24, 1S45; d. Mar. 24, 1871, Nev/town, a.; 

uiim. 
414r.. Emily Carile Gibeon, b. Oct. 28, 184G; d. Oct. IC, 1849, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
414C. Elizabeth Charlotte Gibson, b. July 22, 1848; d. Oct. 24, 1849, Newto.Tu, 

Ct. 
4147.4-^Villi;^m Hamilton Gib.'son, b. Oct. 5, 1850; d. July 16, 1896; m. Emma 

Blancbard. 
4148. + Juliette Sanfoid Gibson, b. Dec. 8, 1852; m. Clarence Noble. 
4149. Henry Stockwell Gibson, b. l\Tay 19, 1854; m. AuguBta Louise Foust. 

Ill the insurance business at 204 B'v^ay, N. Y. C. 
415C. Hubert Temple Gibson, b. Oct. 7, 1858. 

1728, 'WILLIxX^l HENRY' KOBLE {Charlotte 750, John 
269, John 93, Samuel J9, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 18, 1813, 
Newto^\^u, Ct. ; d. Jan. 18, 1894, Bridgeport, Ct. ; m. Oct. IC, 1839, 
Harriet Jones Brooks. 

Tliey had live children. 

4151. Henrietta Matilda^ Noble, b. Nov. 1, 1S40. » 

4152. John Frederick Noble, b. June 7, 1844. 

4153. Clarence lslc\gs Noble, b. Mar. 8, 1850; d. Sept. IG, 1885, Mexico City; 

m. Juliette Sanford Gibson {See 4148). 

4154. Mahlen Ogden Noble, b. June 17, 1856; d. Sept. 11, 1857. 

4155. Fannie Sheldon Noble, b. Aug. 1, 1S58; m. Oct. 16, 1884, Harry Eugene 

Hu I'uy of Philadelphia, Pa. 

1731. FREDEKICK AVAT^DO^ NOBLE {same descent as 
1728) b. Ma3^ 15, 1821, Middleto^\^l, Ct.; d. at Easton, Pa.; m. 
Sept. 20, 1849, Anna Sebring. 

They had four children. 

4156. John Sanfords Noble, b. Apr. 27, 1851; m. Charlotte . 



4157. Elizabeth Sebring Noble, b. Apr. 27, 1853; d. Dec. 21, 1875. 

4158. Nina Noble, b. Nov. 26, 1854; d. July 4, 1871. 

4159. Edith Noble, b. Mar. 12, 1857; ni. William Ilackett of Easton, Pa. 

1733. SARAH' SANFORD {Closes 751, Zacloe ^/J^-¥o.st5 95, 
Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Jau. 29, 1795, Bethany, Ct.; 
d. ^rar. 17, 1820 ; m. Lucian Judd. 

They had one child. 

4160. Laura" Judd, m. Gaylord. 



300 THE THOMAS SAXFORD FAMILY 



1733. HAKRIS' SANFORD {same descent as 1733) b. 
June 4, 1807, Bethany, Ct. ; cl. Mar. 11, 1848; m. Martha Emeline 
I\rerrick, b. Jime. 1803; d. Nov. 25, 187G. He was a former and 
traded nun-h in burses and cattle. 

They bad iive children. 

4161. Sarah Jauc>^ b. Au;-^, 1S32, Bethany, Ct.; i[. 1876; ni. KoUin Bruce of 

New Haveu, Ct. 

4162. Laura L., d. Oct. 20, 1856, ag. 15. 

4163. Henry, b. in Bethany, Ct. ; d. before 1870. Left a v.idov:, but no 

children. He went to Muscative, la. 

4164. Harriet, ni. — Johnson of Ansoniii, Ct. Had one saji. 

4165. Cor)ielia G., ui. John Peterson of Derby, Ct. 

1737. 'rHO:>IAS^ SANFORD {same descent as 1733) h. 
Jan. 27, 1800, Bethany, Ct. ; d. May 6, 1860, Woodbridge, Ct. lie 
was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery but removed in 1890. to New 
Haven, Ct. ; m. Sept. 9, 1835, Jane Hotcbkiss, of Bethany, Ct., b. 
1809; d. F^b. 15, 1898. If Mr. Sanford did not n^,ake the first 
friction matches, he did, at least, for public nse, according to Hon. 
N. D. Sperry, Isl. C. There has been great controversy over the 
qnestiou as to who first discovered the use of brimstone for matches, 
and it will probably- never be definitely settled. His descendaJits 
assert without any misgivings that the credit belongs to M\\ San- 
ford. In ])roof of this his daughter. ]\I]-s. Laura S. Smith, writes 
the author that some years after he liad been making matches a 
New York ])arty applied for a patent and sent out an injunction 
on Mr. Saniord. This was litigated in the courts. 'Mr. Sanford 
showed himself enough of a discoverer in the process to prevent the 
New York party from geiting a patent. The iu junction was dis- 
solved and he went on nuiking matches, but, as his daughter 
asserts, it was too late for him to get a patent. (The Amcyic:in 
Encyclopedia states that a patent was granted to Alonzo D. I'hil- 
lips, of Springfield, ^.lass., in 183G.) According to his daughter 
he began making matches in 1833 or 4, mixing the compound \\\ a 
teacup and making the matches with his knife, but he did not 
make them for sale to any extent until 1837 or S. They were first 
put up in small paper boxes and sold foi' twelve and one-!inlf certs 
per box. The blue label tliat was used \vas sent to the author. It 
reads: 

"Thomas Sanford 's 

Friction ^latches 

For the immediate production of a light 



EIGHTTI OEXEKATIOX 391 



by nibl)i7ior against the wall or any hard 

substance without sand paper. 

WoodbridAC Ct." 
lie di'^oovered tlie componnd when livijnr in iJctliany, nut 
soon after moved to Woodbridge, wliere he oi)ened a sniall siiop 
on Town House Comer, now called Paines Corner. The business 
inerea.sing, lie soon built inueh larger quarters on the Seymour 
road, about a mile distant from tlie first shop and just below the 
Northrup sawmill. The building, tliough in a delapidated condi- 
tion, is still standing. The business gave employment to many 
girls, women and meu in Woodbridge and Bethany. The boxes for 
the matches Averc mostly made by the pe<^ple at llioir homes. '1 lie 
factory team would take the matei'ial for the boxes to the liomes 
and get tJie boxes v.hen m^ade. Not fully appreciating liis great 
discovery, 'Mr. Sanford sold the reeiiie for the inixture of the ])iim- 
stone to his townsman, AV. A. Clark, for the mere pittance of 
$?.5.00, who built a shop above that of :\Ir. Sanford and prospered. 
The matches were, for some years, sold almost entirely in the West 
Indies. Mr. Sanford 's son became superintendent of a large match 
factory in Cincinnati, 0., whicli he held for r.iany years. 

There was a great aversion and distrust of the lucifer, or fr'c- 
tiou match, wjien it first appeared and for several years. If a fire 
occurred and any suspicious characters were aljout, they were^ 
arrested, and if friction matches were found upon them they liad 
to prove their innocence. {From an interview in Xew Tlaicn 
Morning Journal of Aug. 26, 1907, hg Hon. M. G. Spcrrg.) 
They liad six cliildi'en, all boi-n in Woodbridge, Ct. 

41GG.-fWa]lace% b. Sept. IS, 1SR6; d. T^Fav 27, 1892; m. Alice McCounel!. 
41C,7. Laura, b. Jan. 12, 1S39; m. Nov. 18, 1869, Charles Smith. No children. 

Res., Now Haven, Ct. 
41GS. Lueella, b. Aug. 14, 1841; d. Nov. 26, 1S72, New Haven, Ct.; m. 

Ilenry Guthry. No children. 
4169. Thomas Terry, b. Mav. 8, 1845; unm. Res., New Haven, Ct. 
4170.-|-Enierett, b. Ndv. S, 1S4S; d. Nov. 2, 1872; m. Frank Newton. 
4171. + Winston, b. Feb. 16, 1852; m.(l) Jennie "Derenberg"; m. (2) 

Hannah ' 'Luck". 

1741. JOITX' SAXFOKD, JT^. {John r.7.7. Zadoc 275, Moses 
95, Samuel 19, ^aruuel 4, TJmmas 1) b. ISOl, Bethany. Ct. : d. Si-pt. 
26. 18S1; m. Nov. 3. lS-24, Eli/a French, b. Apr. -28."] SO:'.: d. Aug. 
5, 1874. He lived on his father's place at Beacon Hill. Ct. 

They liad two children, born in Bolhanv. Ct.. 



392 THE THO?stAS SANFOKT) FAMIT.Y 

4172.+Gcorge8, b. Jan. 18, 1831; d. ab. 1882; m. (1) Anna Johjison; m. (2) 

Mai-y Bond. 
4173.+David T., b. Oct. 30, 1845; m. Sophia Yickcry. 

1743. AL:\IA^ SANFOKD {same descent as 1741) b. Sept. 
5, 180-J-, BetLauy, Ct. ; buried hi Pine Grove Cemetery; m. :May 28, 
1824, James Clark Seeley, aiid lived in Beacon Falls, near her 
father. 

They had two children. 

4174. + Charlottes Sc-elev, b. May 20, 1830; m. David Clark. 

4175. V7ilbcr Seeley, b. Doc. 6, 1844. 

1744. CHARLOTTE' SANFORD {same descent as 17-11) b. 
Nov. 22, 1811 Bethany, Ct. ; d. Sept., 1891, Shelton, Ct. ; m. 
George Crook and vas living in Sliulton at the time of her death. 

They had seven children. 

4176. Soi'Lias Crook. 

4177. George Herbert Crook. 

4178. Abna Crook. 

4179. Charlotte Crook. 
41S0. Cclestia Crook. 

4181. A^irgiuia Crook. 

4182. Eliza Crook. 

1747. NATHAN' SANFOSD {I'Mlo 754, Zodoc 275, Moses 
95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 25, 1815, Oxford, Ct.; 
d. Jnly 22, 1856; m. Feb. 7, 1836, Mary Ann Talmadgc, b. Sept- 
28, 1818; d. Apr. 7, 1901. 

Thev had two children. 

4183. Charles^ b. Apr. 27, 1837; m. (1) Sept. 2.5, 1859, Electa E. Bronson; 

b. Aug. 9, 1841; d. Mar., 1902; m. (2) Dec. 21, 1904, Ida A. Bryer. 
No children. Bes., Santa Fe, Isle of Piucs, "West Indies. 

4184. + Eliza, b. Dec. 14, 1838; m. (1) Elisha Booth; m. (2) Henry Galpin. 

1749. SHELDON' SANFORD {same descent as 1747) b. 
Apr. 7., 1819, Oxford, Ct. ; d. Oct. 8, 1900, Seymour, Ct ; m. xVpr. 
7, 1841, Anna IMaria Riggs, b. June 25, 1820; d. Oct. 8, 1898. Ti-ey 
lived many years on Rimmon Hill and then removed to Seymour 
Village, Ct. 

They had two childreji, born in Oxford, Ct. 

4185. Fredericks, b. Apr. 3, 1842; d. Sept. 2, 1848. 

4186. Frank, b. Dec. 11, 1S47; d. June 18, 1857. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 393 

1752. EDWIN^ BUCKINGHAM {Esther 755, Zadoc k75, 
Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas ]) b. Ang. 23, 3808; d. 
Sept. 18, 1887; m. Oct. 4, 183-5, Sarah Beeclier, of Bethany, Ct. 
They lived iu Se}Tnoiii% Ct. 

Tliey liad three cliildren. 

4187. Edv.ins Buckingham, Jr., b. Feb. 11, 1837; m. Emily Cactle of Bethany, 

Ct. No children. 
418S,+Yirgil Buckinghrmi, b. May 4, 1838; ra. M.^ry Wood. 
4189.+Sr.rah Buck-inghain, b. July 2-1, 1844; m. Albert Carrington. 

1754. CHARITY^ BUCKINGHAM {same descent as 1752) 
b. May 5, 1813; in. Yvilliam Lowiisbury, of Bethany, Ct. 

They had four children. 

4190. Irwins Lownsbury, d. r.nm. 

4191. Elfred Frankliu Lowuslmry. A minister in Turkey. 

4192. Delia. Lownsbury, m. Allin Lownsbury of Bethany, Ct. 

4193. Cclia Lowuabury, m. Charles Allen. 

1755. BUEL" BUCKINGHAM {same descent as 1752) b. 
Nov. 23, 1816; m. Apr. 2, 1SI3, Heuriette Beecher, of Bethany, Ct. ; 
d. Nov. 9, 1881. They lived on tlie old Buckingham place in 
NjTimphs, east of Beacon Falls. 

They had two children. 

4194. Almedas Buckingham, b. May 7, 1S44; m. George Herbert .Allen. No 

children. 

4195. Olin Dwight Buckingham, b. Sept. 23, 1847; ra. Augusta Baldwin, of 

Prospect, Ct. No children. 

1761. W1LL1A:\1 Px.' TUTTLE, jr. {Manj 757, Zadoc 275, 
Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. July 19, 1808, Wood- 
bury, Ct; m. Apr. 24, 1839, Sarah E., dau. of Garry Tuttle, b. 
Dec. 4, 1820. 

They had four children. 

4196.+William Garrys Tuttle, b. June 12, 1840; m. Phebe Flowers. 
4197.+Althea Maria Tuttle, b. July 30, 1842; ni. Eoderick Atwood. 
4198. -f Lucy Jane Tuttle, b. Feb. 23, 1846; m. Harley Warner. 
4199. Marvin Tuttle. 

1762. JOHN* TUTTLE {same descent as 1761) b. in Wood- 
bury, Ct. ; d. Dec. 12. 1863 ; m. Feb. 29, 1836, Abigail Theresa Tolles, 
b. June 23, 1812. :Moved to Burton, 0., in 1838. 

Thev had three children. 



394 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



4200. William Kansoms Tuttle, b. Feb. 21, 1837. CapL in Civil War. 

4201. John Albert Tuttle, b. Sept. IS, IS-iO, Burton, O. Kor., Burton, O. 

4202. Ann iNlary Tuttle, b. Dec. 26, 1S45, Clarendon, O. 

1763. Pnil-O" TUTTLE (same descent as 1761) h. July 8, 
1812, AVoodbiiry, Ct. ; d. Mar. 20, 1851; m. (1) Caroliue Stone; 
m. (2) May 1, 1835, I^Iartha I\rorris, b. Mar. 24, 181G. 

He had one child by first and six by second marriage. 

4203. Carolines Tuttle, b. Mar. 4, 1S34; lived Avith Mr. and Mrs. Roderick 

Atv.'ood. 

4204. Edson Andrew Tuttle, b. June IS, 183G; d. ag. 8 mos. 
4205.4-MarY Harriet Tuttle, b. July 11, l^^nS; lu. Wyllis Beulmm. 

4206. John Ed<on Tuttl.^ b. Jan. 22, ISll ; killed "in BaHle of Antietam. 

Buried in .Antietam National Cemetery. 

4207. Soplnonia Morris Tuttle, b. Aug. 1, 1S43 ; d. 1849. 

4208. Emily Jane Tuttle, b. Feb. 15, 181.^; d. July 7, IS'/O; ra. Mar. 25, 1SG6, 

Edv.-ard H. Muuson of Waterbury, Ct. 
Twin daughters died in infancy. 

4209. Marvin Emery Tuttle, b. Feb. 17, 1847. 

1765- ALBERT^ TUTTLE (same descent as 1761) b. in 
Woodbury, Ct. ; m. Sept. 15, 1845, Harriet Saxton. He was 
for fourteen years in the Curtis mill, AVoodbury, Ct.. as a finisizer 
of broadcloth, llenioved to AYalcottville, Ct., 1S5S. 

They had one child. 

4210. Nathan Andrews Tuttle, b. Oct. 23, 1S49. 

1766. CHAIHTY' TUTTLE (same descent as 1761) b. in 
Woodl-ury, Ct. ; ni. (1) William Culver; m. (2) Henry S. Wheeler 
of INIiddlebury. 

She had two children by first marriage, one was 

4211. John? Culver, d. June 2, 1870. 

1768. BURKITT- TUTTLE (same descent as 1761) b. in 
Woodbury. Ct. : m. (1) Catherine Bissell ; m. (2) Adeline Lym; n ; 
m. (3) Julia Curtis. 

He had one child by first, one by second and two by third 
marriage., 1'hree died in infancy. 

4212. Wallace Burritfi Tuttle. Res., Southbury, Ct. 

1769. AIARVIX- TUTTLE (same descent as 1761) b. Jan. 
24, 1S2G, AVoodbury, Ct. : d. Alar. 9. 1S7S, Aiouroe, Ct. : m. Aug. 26, 



EIGHTH GENERATION 395 



1849, Caroline E. llubbell, b. Oct. 20, 1829, Hniitm^fftni), Ct. Res., 
Soutbbnry, Ct. 

Tliey ]iad five children all born in Huntington, Ct. 

4213. JiiliH C> Tutllo, 1). Oct. 5, 1850; m. Dec. 2-5, 1870, Heury G. Loveland. 

Res., Stephenson, Ct. 
4214.+Martha M. Tattle, b. Sept. 1, 1853; d. May G, 1S90; m. William Curtio. 
4215. Burritt M. Tuttle, b. Oct. 22, 1S5S. Fu?s., Soutlibury, Ct. 
421(;.+Jolm A. Tuttle, b. July 28, 1867; m. Addie Wheeler. 

4217. + FredeTick H. Tuttle, b. Aug. 31, 1869; m. Anna Deforest. 

1771. RULES' SANFOKD {Nafhau 758, Zadoc 275, Moses 
95, Samuel 19, Samncl 4, Thomas 1) h. Feb. 12, ISIG, Litchr.eld, 
Ct. ; m. Sophi'onia Arabella Powers, b. Aug. 1, 1815, Vcrgerncs, 
Yt. ^fr. Sanford was a Baptist minister first in No. Adams, ^Ma.ss., 
and afterward in Salem, N. J. Res. Camden, N. J. 

They had five children. 

4218. Judson Eilstol-^, b. Apr. 12, 1838, Medina, 0.; d. Nov. 27, 1839, Poutiac, 

Mich. 

4219. Charles Durand, b. Mar. 20, 1840, Pontiac, iMieh. Was in the Civil 

War and killed iu battle. 

4220. Caroline Jane, b. Jan. 4, 1842, Pontiac, Mich.; d. Mar. 19, 1847, 

Chicago, 111. 

4221. + x^ngic Louise, b. July 21, 1849; m. Dr. E. M. Ilo^vard. 

4222. Albert ^liles, b. Aug. 29, 1852; unra. Is iu a large silk store in 

Philadelphia, Pa. Resides with his motlier in Caniden, N. J. 

1773. JANJC" SANFORD {same dcsceni as 1771) b. ^May 
1, 1821, Litchfield, Ct. ; d. Apr. 23, 1852, Rootstown, 0.; buried 
in the old ceinelery near the Center; m. Eph -aim "Williams. They 
lived in AVindon, 0. for a tin;!e. 

They had three children, all born in Windon, 0. 

4223. Charles'^ Williams. 

4224.+Eenry Newton Williams, b. Oct. 2, 1845; m. Eannie Murray. 
4225.+Cliarles Edward Williams, b. Apr. 5, 1849; d. Aug. 3, 1884; m. Kittic 
Hoxie. 

1774. GE0RC4E' SANFORD {same descent as 1771) b. 

July 4, 1823. Litchfield, Ct. : m. (1) ; m. (2) Feb. 10, 

1864, Lucv ^r. Thorp, b. Feb. 27, 1845. They lived in Edinbur?;, 
0., Vineland, N. J., Akron, 0., and Coldwater, Mich. Her res., 
Chica,u-o, in. 

lie had three children by second marriage. 



396 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 

4226.-fLinnies, b. Dec. S, 1SG4; m. Kerry Parker. 

4227. Nailian Hubbell, b. Feb. 20, 186G, EdJuburg, O.; unm. 

4228. Georgia A., b. Oct. 10, 1871, Vineland, N. J.; unm. Ik-s., Chicago, 111. 

1778. I\1ALINDA^ SANFORD (same descent as 1771) b. 
July 28, 1827, Litchfield, Ct; d. July 17, 1888, Gallon, 0.; m. (1) 
Mar. 12, 1846, Dr. Andrew M. Basseit of Rootsto^vu, . d. Aup;. 
19, 1863. Tliey lived one-half mile west of the Center; m. (2) 
Jan. 1, 1871, IMarcns H. McClain, a druggist, in Gallon, 0. 

She had two children by her first marriage born in Rootstowu, 
Ohio. 

4229. Janes Bai^.sett., b. May 26, 1849; d. May 21, 1867. 

•1230. Helen Bassett, b. Aug. 16, 1860; m. Oct. 25, 18S2, William Spittle, of 
Galion, O., v.here they uow reside. 

1777. SMITHS SANFORD {same descent as 1771) b. 
Jan. 12, 1830, Litchfield, Ct. ; ra. Nov. 27, 1855, Louisa, dau. of 
WilJiara D. Davis, of Ediuburg, 0., b. Feb. 19, 1832, Edinburg, 
0. Islv. Sanford lived first on a farm previously occupied by 
his father, one and a quarter miles north of the center of Edin- 
burg, then he mo^-ed to a place one-half mile west of Roots- 
towu Center where he and his brother Emery had a felly factory, 
then to Mecca, Trumbull Co., the center of the oil excitement to 
prospect for oil. In the spring of 1863 he returned to Edinburg, 
bought a farm of 110 acres a mile and a quarter east of ihe 
Center where he built a house in which he lived twenty years. 
In 1883 he moved to Edinburg Center and in 1890 to a place just 
east of Ravenna village in Portage County, 0. IJc was a Justice 
of the Peace many years and County Commissioner for six years. 
Res. Ravenna, 0. 

They had two children. 

4231.+Frank Elwoods, b. Oct. 10, ]S5S; m. Mary Blinn. 

4232. Eollin Miles, b. Oct. 22, 1869, Edinburg, O.; m. Jfay, 1901, Olive 
Olmsted of Ravenna, O. No children. Ees., Eavcnna, O. 

1779. EMERY' SANFORD {same descent as 1771) b. 
Aug. 29, 1S35, Westfield, 0.; d. Nov. 18, 1888, Cleveland, 0. ; 
buried in Edinburg, 0.; m. Apr. 19, 1860, Sarah Ann Bullock of 
Rootstown, 0. He lived first in Edinl)urg, 0., then in Freedom 
as station agent, then in Ravenna as express agent and in Cleve- 
land where he died. 

They had four cliildrcn. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 397 



4233. George Wiiistou% b. Feb. ]3, 1S61, Rootstown, O.; d. Oct. 3, 1897, 

Cleveland, 0.; unm. 

4234. Charles Meadlo.y, b. July 1, ]8n4, Edinburg, O.; d. Mar. 16, 1902, 

Clevolai'd, O. ; iii. June 36, 1S9G, Ella Shcridcn, b. in LrtCropo, Wis. 
No ohildren. 

4235. Albert. Henry, b. Sept. 29, 1866, Freedom, O.; m. Dec. 11, 1899, Maudo 

Siiediker, b. near Wheeling, "W. Ya. No children. Ees. Cleveland, O. 
4236.4- James Arthur, b. May 24, 1875; m. Julia Egan. 

1780. JONATHAN IMILES^ BAS>SETT, JR. {Gharihj 
759, Zadoc 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 

Feb. 17, 1817, Oxford, Ct.; d. Jan. 1872-4; m. -. l]v. Bassett 

learned the })rinters' trade in Cleveland, 0., he then v;ent to 
Qniney, 111., v,-horc he published "The Qnincy Argus." He studied 
law and was a parhier of Stephen A. Douglas. 

He had two eliildren. 

4237. Didas.Bassett. 

4238. Harry Bassett. 

1781. ELIZABETH^ BASSETT {same descent as r/80) b. 
July, 1825; m. Milton Moore. 

They had two children. 

4239. Maiys Moore. 

4240. Emery Moore. 

1787. JOHN BEACH^ BOOTH {Joel 701. Ehcnczer 2S0,. 
Eachel 9S, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) m. Sept. 13, 1813, Julia 
dau. of Capt. Benjamin and Rebecca (Sherman) Brooks, b. Feb. 
13, 1793, Stratford, Ct. ; d. 1827, Fayette\dlle N. C. 

They had one child. 

4241.+Catherine AnuS Booth, b. Mar. 3, 1815; d. Oct. 11, 1873; m. Starr Boacb. 

1791. DAVID AUSTIN^ SANFORD {David 7G2, David 291, 
Somucl 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 5, 1807, 
Plymouth, Ct. ; d. June 21, 1882, Wolcott, Ct. ; m. (1) Julia, dau. of 
Mark Norton, of Bristol, Ct., d. Feb. 1, 183G, Bristol, Ct.; m. (2) 
Lois Susanna, dau. of Aaron Norton of Bristol, Ct., b 1806, Bristol, 
Ct.; d. Dec. 10, 1871, Wolcott, Ct.; ra. (3) Candace (Holt) Nichols, 
dau. of James Holt, b. 1814, Bristol, Ct. ; d. July 27, 1904, Bristol, 
Ct. 

He had two children by first and three by second marriage, all 
except Cora born in Bristol, Ct. 



THE TllOMAS SAXFORD FAMILY 



4242. Jermiliias, b. Apr., 1834; d. 1860, Bf^r]iii, Ct.; m. Andrew Bartrom. 

4243. Thcron, h. Jan. 23, 1830; ui. Del-orah C. Eeed of Tuuiiton, Ma?s. Ifos., 

Togas, "Me. 
4241.+Lcverett A., ]>. Oct. 17, 1S37; m. (1) Mary Atkjus; m. (2) Julia 
DnnLar. 

4245. Eufus A., b. Sept. 9, 1841; d. 1904, Hartford, Cl.; m. Jane Nettleton, 

d. 1900. 

4246. Cora A., b. June 27, 1846, Wolcott, Ct.; d. Feb. IS, 1S95; m. C4c-orge 

Atkins. 

1792. RANSOM ANDREW' SANFOJ^D {savie desceni as 
1791) b. July 25, 1813, riymouth, Ct. ; m- — - 

One cliild Avas 

4247. Mrs. Elliots Bronson. Res., \Volcott, Ct. 

1793. EIMELTNE" niTCHCOCK {Damaris 765, David 291, 

Samuel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. ; m. 

Gilbert Root. 

They had two children. 

4248.+Orrins Koot, m. Martha Thomas. 
4249.+Josephine lioot, m. Oswin Doolittle. 

1794. ELIZA^ HITCHCOCK {same descent as 1793) m. 
Peter Joyce. 

They had one cliild. 

4250. Lcv,is'< Joyce, m. Julia l^oolittle. 

1795. ELIZABETH' WARNER {Olive 766, David 291, 
Samuel 103, Sa)nuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) m. Alfred. Doolittle. 

They liad three children. 

4251. Julins« Doolittle, in. I^Iary Hart. Ees., Bethany. Ct. 

4252. Eliza Doolittle. 

4253. Laura Doolittle, d. at age of 21. 

1796. ALIVIA^ WARNER {same descent as 1795) m. Zeri 
Peek. 

They had six children. 

4254. Lorenzo^ Peck. 

4255. Friend Peck. 

4256. Cornelius Peck. 

4257. Three dauglitevs. 

This family lives at Mt. Carniel, Ct. 




THOMAS SANFOKD 

Inventor of Fiiotioii Matches 

No. 1737 



EIGIfTlI GENERATION 39:4 



1797. :\IARIA' WAllNER {same descent as 1793) m. Sey- 
mour Doolittle. 

They liad two children. 

4258. Au<^us(a^ Doolittle, ni. Beccl^er. 

4259. Coruelia Doolittle. 

1798. ELIZA' WARNJ-^H {same descent as 1795) m. Egbert 
Ailing. 

They had four children. 

4260. Bradley's AlHug. 
4261.-fSarah Ailing, m. Jared Blakealce. 
4262. Birdsej Ailing. 
42G3.+Nancy Ailing, m. YTilliam Hall. 

1801. ZEALOUS' WARNER {same descent as 1795) m. 
Mary Ailing. 

They had seven children. 

4264. VTillis? Warner. 

4265. William Warner, res., Woodbridge, Ct, 
426G. Levi Warner. 

4267. JloLart Warner. 

4268. Angeline Warner. 
4£6^f. Louisa Warner. 

4270. Grace Warner. 

1802. ABNER.^ WARNER {same descent as 1795) m. Mary 
Bradley. 

They had eight children. 

4271. Bradleys Warner, d. young. 
4272.+Cyriis Warner, m. Eosette Munson. 

4273. Minerva Warner, m. Bennett Doolittle. 

4274. Frederic Warner. 

4275.-f Miranda Warner, m. Orriu Munson. 

4276. Albert Warner, m. Sarah Warner. 

4277. Abner Warner, m. Laura ITitclicock. 
4278.-fChauuccy Warner, m. Sarah Pinkham. 

1803. MINOR" WARNER {same descent as 1795) b. Jiuie 11, 
1805, Ilaiudeu, Ct.; d. July 6, ISSO, Ilaniden, Ct. ; m. May, 1S29, 
Betsey Elizabeth Ford, b. May 29, 1S07, Ilaniden, Ct. ; d. Dec. 14, 
18G4. Ilamden, Ct. 

They had eleven children all born in Hamden, Ct. 



THJ-] THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



4279.+Jano8 Warner, b. Mar. 1, 1831; d. Feb. 2G, 1800; m. WilHani Lord. 
4280.-[-Chtirleu Jrrcd Warner, b. Apr. 25, 1832; m. Mary Oviatt. 
4281.+Eobert EoUiu Warner, b. Nov. 15, 1833; d. Sept. C, 1903; m. Marlba 

Johnson. 
4282. Lonifsa Warner, b. 1S3G; d. Bept. 12, 1S43, Hamden, Ct. 
4263. Amos W&rncr, b. May 2£, 1S41; d. July 17, 1853, Hamden, Ct. 
4284. Gris-vvell Warner, b. Sept., ;L842; d. Sept., 1842, Hamden, Ct. 
4285. -f Marietta Clcora Warner, b. Sept. 12, 1843; ni. James Stone. 
4286.-|-Huldah Adeline Warner, b. Dec. 11, 1845; m. Levi Munsou. 
4287.+BetKey Ann Warner, b. Oct. £0, 1847; m. Frederick Mix. 

4288. Tivins, b. 1849; d. 1849, Hamden, Ct. 

1804. HARLEY" WARNER (same descent as 1795) b. 
Sept. 10, 1812, Hamden, Ct.; d. Mar. 10, 1899, Kamden, Ct.; m. (1) 
Susannah Dorman; m. (2) Dec. 10, 1861, EnjiJy Ailing, b. June 
12 1824, Hamden, Ct. Her res. Higlnvood, Ct. 

He had four children by second marriage all born in Ham- 
den, Ct. 

4289. Harlev Alien? Y^'arner, b. Oct. 24, 1SG2; d. Feb. 20, 1904, Hamden, Ct.; 

m. Oct. 14, 1890, Lillian Suepard, b. Sept. 8, lS71,.Hamdou, Ct. 
No children. Eefi., Hamden, Ct. 

4290. Eosette Warner, b. Oct. 28, 1864; m. Elswortb Warner (see 8G04) . 

E«a., Wallingford, Ct. 
4291.+Le3ter Warner, b. Oct. 14, 1865; m. Lizzie Warner. 
4292.-1- Ella Warner, b. Aug. 2, 1S6S; m. Edvrard Warner, 

1S05. EMHjY^ SANFOBD {Trvman 768, David 291, Sam- 
uel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. 1791, Hamden, Ct. ; 
d. Oct. 9, 1835 ; m. Sidney Dowtis of Bethany, Ct. 

They had one child. 
4293.-f Hnri'ets Downs, m. (1) Clark Hotchl'^'^s; m. (2) Ives. 

1807. DARIUS^ SANFORD {same descent as 1805) b. 
Aug. 12, 1801, Hamden, Ct.; d. Nov. 28, 1881, Hamden, Ct.; m. 
(1) Sept. 29, 1827, Aurelia Doolittle, b. Apr. 22, 1809, Hamden, 
Ct.; d. Apr. 8, 1861; m. (2) Betsey Brown; m. (3) Betsey Warner. 

He had five children by first marriage, all born in Hamden, Ct. 

4294.-f Amelia Ann", b. Dec. 24, 1828; d. Feb. 14, 1866; m. Edward Pratt. 

4295. Martha Mary, b. Nov. 29, 1830; d. Nov. 11, 1906, New Haven, Ct.; unm. 

4296. Emeline Frances, b. Sept. 12, 1832; d. Jan. 12, 1901; m. Dec. 8, 1867, 

Orrin Hitchcock, b. in Hamden, Ct. No children. 

4297. Delia Dina, b. Sept. 24, 1834; d. Aug. 14, 1847, Hamden, Ct. 

4298. Lizzie Grace, b. Sept. 28, 1836; m. Feb. 3, 1859, Dr. William A. Beviu, 

b. in Berlin, Ct.; d. Mar. 16, 1901, So. Norwalk, Ct. No children. 
He practiced medicine in Keyport, N. J., Trenton, N. J., Mcriden, 
Ct. and Now Kochelle, Ct. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 401 



1808. REUEI/ SANPOKD {same descent as 1805) b. 1803, 
Hamden, Ct. ; d. May 30, 1871, Bethany, Ct. ; m. (1) Sarab, dan. 
of Joseph Bishop, b. in Bethany, Ct. ; d. in Bethany, Ct; m. (2) 
Mrs. Louisa BrouT:i of Maine. ^Ir. Sauford owned couoiderable 
property at Mt. Sanford (Bethany) Avhieli was named for hira 

He had seven children by lir^st marriage all except Emily Dorn 
in Bethany, Ct. 

4299. CharleH% b. 1828; d. nnni. 

4300.+WaleB Bishop, b. June 10, 1830; in. Betsey May. 

430L-fGeorgo Noyes, b. Mar. 20, 1831; d. Feb. 26, 1903; m. Mary MatLews. 

4302.4-Mary, b. 1834; d. Dec. 11, 1903; m. YAWm Young. 

4303. VinuB M., b. Mar., 1836; d. in Libby Prison; unin. Adm. was granted 

on his estate Jan. 2, 1S6G. 
4301. Henry, b. Apr. 14, 1S38; m. June 1, 1S65, Mrs. Eliza Atkins Taoston, 

b. 1S33, Ilamden, Ct.; d. 1902. No children. E€S., Cheshire, Ct. 
4305.4-Emily, b. Aug. 25, 18-10, Hamden, Ct.; d. Apr. 22, 1873; m. Henry 

Perkins. 

1809. A-LMEKON^ SANFORD {same descent as 1S05) b. 
Jan. 20, ]806, Ilamden, Ct. ; d. Jan. 5, 1S02, Hamden, Ct. ; m. 
Oct. 10, 183-^ Polly Abigail Mathews, b. Sept. 1, 181-1, Bristol, Ct. ; 
d. Ai>r. 10, 1882, Hamden (Mt. Carmel), Ct. 

They had ten cliildrcn all born in Hamden, Ct. 

4306. Joels Tuttle, b. Feb. 8, 1834 ; d. Oct. 28, 1834, Hamden, Ct. 

4307.4-Cornelia Adeline, b. Oct. 5, 1837; m. Samuel Doolittle. 

4308. -f Hermanns Almeron, b. Aug. 14, 3839; d. Feb. 2G, 1901; m. Caroline 

Blakeslee. 
4309. Ellen Abi-ail, b. Aug. 10, 1841; d. Feb. 19, 1883, New Haven. Ct.; 

m. 1S73, Henry W. Perkins, b. Sept. 3, 1830. Bethany, Ct. 
4310.4-Dwight Washington, b. Nov. 15, 1844; d. Sept., 1903; m. Julia 

Josephine Sherman. 

4311. Dennis Merit, b. July 8, 1847. 

4312. Deniaon Mathe-tvs, b. July 8, 1847; d. July 8, 1847, Hamden, Ct. 

4313. Dencie Mariah, b. July 8, 1847; ra. John W. Taylor, b. in England. 

No children. 

4314. Amon Burton, b. Mar. 9, 1852 ; d. June 3, 1870, Prospect, Ct. 
4315.+William Mcrric, b. Mar. 19, 1857; m. Ida Bishop. 

1810 HARVEY^ SANFORD {same descent as 1S05) b. 
180S, Hamden, Ct. ; m. Harriet Peck. 
They had tvro children. 

431G. Franklins. 
4317. Eichard. 

(26) 



402 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 

1811. ]\]EriITABLF/ SANFOHD (same descent as 1805) 
b. 1810, Homdcii, Ct. ; d. Apr. 20, 1SS2, Bethany, Ct. ; m. July 3, 
1836, Justus AYasbington IMathews, b. Apr. 1818, Bristol, Ct. ; d. 
1855. 

They liad five children. 

431S.+"Wi]lnrds Mathewf,, b. Aug. U, 1837; m. Sarah Merwin. 
4319. Emma A. I^tathews, b. May 6, 1839; d. 1859. 

4320.+Mary Jane Mathews, b. May 23, 1S43; m. (1) Julius Merwin; m. (2) 
George N. Sanford. 

4321. EllcDorc M. Mathews, b. Oct. 29, 1845; d. Dec. 2, 1852. 

4322. AUce Deliuda Mathews, b. Sept. 3, 1850; d. Dec. 3, 1852. 

1812. LINUS^ SANFOED {mme desccni as 180:) b. Sept. 
19, 1812, Hamden, Ct. ; d. Nov. 8, lOOG, Cauaau, Ct. ; ra. 18^0, 
Margaret i\r. Durant, b. 1820; d. 1875. Mr. Sanford was a slone 
mason. He worked on an acqueduct in N. Y. C. 

They had nine cliildreii. 

4323. Jane S.s, b. Feb., 1S41, SheGleld, ilass.; d. Apr. 25, 190], Canaan, Ct. 
4324.-{-Jennett.e L., b. Apr. 23, 18-13; m. (1) George Greene; m. (2) John 

Huntington. 
4325.+William L., b. 1845; m. (1) Hannah Williama; ni. (2) Mary Condon. 
4326.-|-Frederick A., b. Sept. 5, 1848; m. Alice Doyle. 
4327.+ Julia IVt., b. Mar. 30, 1850; m. Leauder Downs. 
4327a. Franh, d. in infancy. 
4328. -I- Albert G., b. 1856; m. Leora Moshy. 
4329.+Minnie E., b. May 23, 1859; ra. Lyman Couch. 
4330. Grove L., b. 1SG2, Canaan, Ct.; d. 1885. Killed by the cars. 

1^4. JULIA* SANFORD {same descent as 1805) b. 
June 30, ISIG, Hamden, Ct. ; d. 1884; m. (1) Eobcrt Davis: in. ^2) 
Justus Huiniston. 

She luad seven children by first and one by seeond niarriage. 

4331.+Elizabeths Davis, m. Andrew Jackson. 



4332. 


John Davis. 


4333. 


Emily Davis. 


4334. 


Antoinette Davis. 


4335. 


Juliette Davis. 


4336. 


Esther Davis. 


4337. 


Clark Davis. 


4338. 


Frederick ITumisfon 



1815. FANNY^ SANFOHD {same dcscenl as 1805) b. 
June 15, 1820, Hamden, Ct. ; d. Sei)t.. 20, 1884, North Haven, Ct. ; 



EIGHTil GENERATION 403 



m. (1) IS-IS, Alchard Shepard, b. 1818, East Haven, Ct. ; d. 1857, 
ITarnden, Ct. ; in. (2) Harvey Keeler. 

She had five ebildrcn b}' first niarriaye, all horn in HauuleJ), Ct. 

4339.+Fiani:es^ Shepard, b. Nov. 12, 1847; ni. Jay Wildman. 
4340. Sarah .Shepard, b. Aug. 19, 1849. 
4341.+Kdv,in Shepard, b. Apr. 9, 1S51 ; m. Ella Dorman. 
4342.+PIeury Shepard, b. Nov. 1, 1853; m. Alice Warner. 
4343.+Alico Shepard, b. June 15, 1857; m. William Van Eoran. 

1818. LORf:NZO^ SANFORD {Scymowr 769, David 2yi, 
Saynvel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 8, ISH, 
Drydeii, N. Y.; d. Jan. 20, 1883, Troupsburg, N. Y. ; m. Sept. IS, 
1831, Haiinab P., dau. of Gordon and Aubrina Smith, b. Ang. 10, 
1815, Cortland, X. Y. ; d. S>'pt. 15, 1894, Troupsbnrg, N. Y. They 
settled in Tronpsbiirg, N. Y. 

They liad twelve children, all except I\Iiles and Lorenzo born 
in Troupsburg, N- Y. 

4344.-f Miles B.?, b. July IS, 1835, Addison, N. Y.; d. 1906 in lov.a; m. Mary 

Eutherford. 
4345.+Lorrnzo M., b. Apr. 13, 1S37, Addison, N. Y. ; in. IMinerva Cummiugs. 

4346. Charles, b. Feb. 14, 1S39; m. Sara Eutherford. E^s., Wykoff, Minn. 

4347. Esther, b. ^Nlar. 22, 1841; d. 1907, Trou],Gbuvg, N. Y.; m. Andrew Tozer. 

No children. 
4348.+PhGbc ^.l., b. Feb. 23, 1843; dec; ni. Lyman Stoddard. 
4349.+Harriot, b. Apr. 17, 1845; m. Jacob Yannater. 
4350.4-Janies, b. Apr. 3, 1847; m. Harriet Cumniings. 
4351.+Martha F., b. Apr. 19, 1849; m. Albert Potter. 

4352. Mary A., b. Apr. 23, 1851; m. John Sanford (see S665). Ees., Hani- 

mondsport, N. Y. 

4353. Andrew, b. Aug. 21, 1853; d. Apr., 1854. 

4354. Isaac, b. Sept. 6, 1855; unm. Ees., Troupsburg, N. Y. 

4355. Henry, b. Sept. 28, 1860. Ees., Addison, N. Y. 

1819. SEY.AIOUR' SANFORD {same descent as 1SJ8) b. 
Apr. 16, 1813, Drydeu, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 11, 1891, Troupsburg, N. Y.;' 
jn. Sept. 2fi, 1836, Elizabeth, dan. of Jonathan and Elizabeth 
Rodgers of Troupsburg, N. Y., b. July 25, 1820, Troupsburg, X. Y. ; 
d. Sept. 11, 1892, Troupsburg, X. Y. ]\lr. Sanford ^vent from Conn, 
to Diyden, N. Y., when a boy, and later to Hornell, X. Y., where 
he lived with a Presbyterian deacon. When a young man he v»ent 
to Troupsburg, X. Y., where he had a carding mill. 

They had thirteen children all born in Troupsburg, X. Y. 

4356.+Byron% b. May 26, 1837; d. Aug. 14, 1874; m. Lucindu Albee. 
4357.4-Eoui.-a, b. Dec. 26, ]83S; d. at Canlsteo, X. Y. ; m. Henry Prutsniau. 



THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMIT.Y 



4358. Clarissa, ni. Lewis Henry Everitt. K<?9., Troupsbuig, N". Y. 

4359.-f Miner, b. Mar. 10, 1S42. Res., Froelaud, Mich. 

4360.+ Jonah H., b. Doc. 14, 1843; m. liodeaka Albee. 

43Gl.+Polly, b. Feb. 14, 184.'3; m. Henry Brown. 

43G2. + Elis]ia, b. Feb. 2, 1S47; d. June 2, 1903; m. Elizabeth Dickengon. 

4363. Cassius, b. Atar. 27, 1851; m. Apr. 15, 1891, MilJie, dau. of Clarence and 

May Wilkinson. No children. Kes., Hornell, N. Y. 
4364.+Sarah, b. May 12, 1853; d. at Greenwood, N. Y. ; m. Jerome White. 
4365.4-I)avid, b. Aug. 4, 1855; m. Lena Atwood. 

43G6. Jonathan, b. Aug. 4, 3855; d. Dec. 1, 1870, Troupsburg, N. Y. 
43C7.+^'ictoria, b. Oct. 11, 1857; in. Herman Murdock. 
43G8.-|-Jane, b. Dec. 16, 1859; dec; m. Werrill Holt. 

1824. GEOEGE LEWIS" SANFOED {same descent as 
ISIS) b. Sept. 12, 1829; in. Clcirissa Eaton of Chenango, N. Y. 

They had three children. 

43G9. Frances^. 

4370. Alansou. 

4371. Irena. 

1825. JOHN' SANFOED (sawe descent as ISIS) h. Aug. 21, 
1831; m. Nov. 30, 1851, Julia A. Loomis of Coventry, Ct. Eesided 
in Glen Aubrey, N. Y. 

The}' had two children, born in No. Coventry, Ct. 

4372. Alice R.s, b. May 19, 1859. 

4373. Emma F., b. July 12, 1861. 

1827. OLIVE^ SANFOED (same descent as ISIS) A\ Aug. 
10, 1837; m. L^'inan Tjooniis of Coventry, Ct. 
They had one child. 

4374. Prentice I^rartins Loomis, 

1830. A?JOS^ SANFOED (Cyrcnus 773, Ezelael 2f;2, Samuel 
103, Samud 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b Jan. 1, 1802; d. Nov. 21, 
1843, I\riddletown, N. Y. ; m. Apr. C, 1824, Eelief Bellows, b. ^lar. 1, 
1807, Middletown, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 27, 1818. :\rr. Sanford lived on 
the old homestead at Hubble Hill, IMiddletown, N. Y. and raised 
his family there. 

They had ten children, all born in ^liddletown, N. Y. 

4375.+Emory Jason«, b. Dec. 27, 1820; d. Feb. 1, 1875; m. Anzela Docker. 
4376. Oscar Fitchland, b. May 4, 1S28. 

4377. -{-Albert Xclsou, b. Oct. 21, 1829; d. in Colorado; m. Hannah Davis. 
4378. Henry Wilson, b. May 4, 1831. Res., MarshCeld, Ore. 



EIGHTH GENEJiATION 405 



4379. James Madison, b. Dec. 3, 1833. Res., Bdlevillo, Kan. 

43uo.4-AVi!]iam Gardiner, b. J^Iar. 2S, ]S35; d. ab. 1872. 

43S1. Edwin Harrison, b. Nov. 13, 183G. 

^382. Francos ElizabeUi, b. Nov. 9, 1838. 

43S3. Cyrenus Wesley, b. Jan. 14, 1842. Enlisted iu the fall of 1861 in the 

102d N. Y. Ik'g., and served tbrcugh the war. Res., Marshfiold, Ore. 
4384. Sarah Jane, b. Mav 4, 1844; m. Henry Sanford (see 81S6). Res., 

llalcottsville, N. Y. ±^2Al3^ 

1832. VEEXON" SANFORD {same descent as 1830) 1>. 
April 4, 1810, Del. Co., N. Y. ; m. Sept. 7, 1834, Catharine CaiupbcU. 
They rei-noved to IHiiiois in 1836. Kesided in Polo. 

They had three children. 
4383. Mary Jane% b. Feb. 5, 1837; d. Mar. 25, 1861; m. IJec. 13, 1854, Edwin 
Wolcott. 

4386. Nancy, b. Apr. 15, 1S39; m. Oct. 22, 1857, Gilbert Fiukle. 

4387. Rachel Anner, b. Oct. 12, 1852; d. Dee. 4, 1855. 

1833. JOEL' SANFORD {smne descent a 1S30) d. iu Stay- 
ton, Ore.; m. Jane Osterhout. INIr. Sanford was an "Old Schcol 
or Hard Shell" Baptist minister for more than forty years. He 
removed from Delaware Co., N. Y., to "Whiteside Co., 111., ahont 
1834 and from Polo, 111. to Oregon, about 18G6. 

They had nine children, all horn in AYhiteside Co., 111. 

4388. Levi M.s Res., Des Moines, Ta. 

4389. Pamella Huggans. Res., AVyomlng, la. 

4390. George "W., d. about 1899, Waterloo, Ore. 

4391. Andrew. Res., Santa Rosa, Cal. 

4392. William Warren. Res., Le>)anon, Ore. 

4393. Harriet Darly, d. about 1897, Scio, Ore. 
4394.+RJehard Dirgin, m. Mary Orchard. 
4305. Emma Jane, d. young. 

439G. Wallace Cadwell. Res., Y''oncalla, Ore. 

1834. AIIIRAII' SANFORD {same descent as 1830) d. in 
Salem, Ore. ; m. Amanda Hull. ^Ir. Sanford ua.s a Baptist minister 
for over forty years. 

They had one child. 
4397. StejdieD'', d. in Cceur d'Alenc, Idaho; m. Matilda Underwood. 

1835. HARRISON' SANFORD {same descent as 1830) m. 
Bridget Deyo. 

Thev had five children. 



406 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



4398. 


Marlisons. 


4399. 


* ' Dr. Burns 


4400. 


Frank. 


4401. 


Elenora. 


4402. 


Adnliue. 



183G. WiSKRF.N^ SANFORD {savie de'icenf as 1830) m. 
Dolly Osto'hout, sister of Jane. 
They had three children. 

4403. Amos\ Ees., Entor])rise, Ore. 

4404. Simon. 

4405. Alice. Ees., Enterprise, Oie. 

1837. BENNETT^ SANFORD {same descent as 1830) b. 
May 1, 1821, Del. Co., N. Y. ; m. Jan. 5, 1S47, I\Iiranda Sweet, b. 
May 22, 1814, Del. Co., N. Y. 'Mv. Sanford removed to Polo, 111., 
in the fall of 1834. 

I'liey liad six children. 

4406.4-ITomcrs, b. Nov. 20, 3848; m. Jane Encker. 

4407. William, b. May 9, 1852. 

440S. + Sy]vester, b. Apr. 3, 1836; m. Alice Butts. 

4409. ilartha Jane, b. July 20, 1860. 

4410. Garner, b. Nov. 2, 1S62; d. Feb. 10, 1S64. 

4411. SuGruinali, b. Dee. 15, 1864. 

1841. ADANIRU^r SANFORD (Ezchicl 774, Ezckiel 292, 
Samuel 103, Samvcl 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Dec 26, 1810, 
Middletown, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 7, 1860, near Ciicago, 111.; m. Apr. 
8, 1828, Janf, Ann, dau. of Pardon and Rhoaa (Stanton) Austin, 
b. Nov. 29, ISn, I\Iiddletown, N. Y. They removed to Cook Co., 111., 
and settled on a farm nine miles north west from Chicairo. 

They had ten children, the last seven all born in Cook Co., 111. 

4412. Smith Hov/ard^ b. May 21, 1831, Westfield, N. T. Eesided in Lawlor, 

la. 

4413. Set!) Austin, b. Dee. 21, 1833, Sprinrrficld, Pa. Eesided in Nashua, la. 

4414. Soj.hia Clarissa, b. Jan. 12, 1830, Coniat, O. 

4415. Seraphina Gertrude, b. Jan. 15, 1839; d. Apr. 4, 1842. 

4416. Sheldon Cyrus, b. Apr. 16, 1841; d. Apr. 5, 1842. 

4417. Socrates B., b. Jan. IS, 1843. 

4418. Sidney S., b. Mar. 6, 1845. 

4419. Seraphina Isabel, b. Nov. 21, 1848; d. Oct. 25, 1868, West Union, la. 

4420. Scott N., b. Feb. 22, 1850. Is an attorney in Nashua, la. 

4421. Silvannah Jane, b. June 2, 1852. 



ETGHTK GENERATION 407 

1844. BEERS' SANFORD {Darius 775, Ezckiel 292, Sam- 
uel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) m. Rachel Akely. Mr. 
Saiiford moved to Harrisville, 0. 

Tlicy had two children. 

.4422. Stevens. 
4423. Darius. 

1846. DANIEL BURR* SANFORD {same, descent as 1844) 
b. May. 21, 1803, I\Iiddletown, N. Y.; d. July 15, 1856, Chardon, 0.; 
m. Sci)!. 10, 1826, huey M. Parsons of Longincadow, Ct. 

They had three childreu. 

4424.4-Cp.r1os ParsoDS?, b. Fe'o. 3, 1827; m. (1) Pbila Woodwoilh; m, (2) Mrs. 
Margarette Ellis; m. (3) Mrs. Addle Frye; ra. (4) Mrs. Addie 
Benson. 

4425. I?iley Warohoni, b. July 14, 1832; d. Apr. 6, 1866. Was a soldier in 

the Civil War. 

4426. Clifton Alphonzo, b. Jan. 17, 1840; d. Mar. 14, 1848. 

1847. AFFADILLA" SANFORD {same descent as 1844) 
d. in Girard, Pa.; m. Joel Bradish. 

One child was 

4427. Joels Bradish. Resided iu Girard, Pa. 

1848. DARIUS" SANFORD {same descent as 1814) m. 

Resided in West Springfield, Pa. 

Two children were 

4428. Johns. 

4429. j>arius. 

1854. LYI\rAN^ POND {MiUicent 779, Joel 295, Ephraim 
104, Samnel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) m. June 5, 1823, Lucy 
Spencer. 

They had one child, 

4430.+Lynmn Pussell* Pond, m. Frances Eouso. 

1862. ELECTA' SANFORD {Eri 781, Joel 295, Ephraim 
104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 21, 1803, Ilarwin- 
ton, Ct.; d. Nov. 7, 188i, Camp\ille, Ct. ; m. Dec. 28, 1830, Erastus 
Baldwin, b. July 9, 1794. Resided in Campville, Ct. 

They had seven children, all born in Campville, Ct. 



408 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 

4-431.-fFanuys Baldfdn, b. Nov. 2, IB'31; d. Jan. 28, 1891; m. Thomas Shanley. 
4432.+Sara}i Baldwin, b. Fob. 7, 18.33; m. Horace Loonard. 
4433.+Samuol Baldwin, b. Apr. 19, 1835; d. Nov. 5, 1899; m. Emma Castle. 

4434. Seth Baldwin, b. July 12, 1837; d. Nov. 14, 1909; unm. 

4435. George BaldT,'in, b. July 7, 1S30; d. Oct. 25, 1896; unm. 

4436. Electa Baldwin, b. July 7, 1S42; unm. Ees., Campvillo, Ct. 
4437. 4- John Baldwin, b. Aug. 7, 1844; m. Jane Hine. 

• 1863. MARY' SANFORD (same descent as 1S62) b. :\ray 3, 
1805, Harwinton, Ct. ; d. Dec. 29, 185-i, Chili, N.Y. ; in. April 6, 1831, 
Eli Potter, b. Nov. 9, 1795, Plymouth, Ct. ; d. Apr. 7, 1864, Cliili, 
N. Y, Tlicy removed to Churchville, N. Y. 

They had five children, all born in Pljanonth, Ct. 

4438.-}- Anna D.s Potter, b. July 8, 1832; m. John Robertson. 

4439. Ellen Putter, b. Jan. 9, 1834; d. Mar. 5, 1S47. 

4440. Jane Potter, b. July 3, 183G; d. unm. 
4441.+Luey Potter, b. Feb. 9, 1839; m. Myron Sperry. 

4442.+Eli H. Potter, b. Apr. 8, 1841; m. (1) Sarah Joucs; m. (2) Fidelia 
Kirby. 

1864. JOEL" SANFOED {same descent as 1862) b. May 4, 
1807, Ilarvdutoi), Ct. ; d. in Harwinton, Ct. ; m. Oct. 8, 1832, CharHy 
Wheeler, b. Mar. 3, ISIO; d. at Harwinton, Ct. Resided in Harwfn- 
ton, Ct. 

They had t^vo children. 

4443.+Hannah8, 1). June 1836; d. in New Haven, Ct.; m. George Hatch. 
4444.+ Henry W., b. Oct. 3, 1840; dec; m. Augusta Pond. 

1866. JOHN PORTERS SAXFORD {same desccid as :IS62) 
b. May :A, 1811, Harwinton, Ct.; d. Mar. 19, 1851 ; m. Oct. 8, 1332, 
Sally Wheeler. Resided in Plymouth, Ct. 

They had one child. 
4445.H-Mary Jane^, b. 1833; d. July, ISGl; m. Henry Kichardson. 

1868. ERP SANFORD {same descent as 1862) b. Oct. 21, 
1815, Harwinton, Ct. ; d. Nov. 23, 1898, Churchville, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 
20, 1852, Mary Jane, dan. of Isaac and Sylvia Ailing, b. Feb. 11, 
1821 ; d. 1907. They removed to Churchville, N. Y. 

They bad three children, all born in Riga, N. Y. 

4446. Hannah Sylvia^, b. May 21, 1853; m. Aug. 1, 1875, Fred Eoyston. No 

children. Pes., Los Angclcr., Cal. 
4447.-|-Charles Eri, b. Aug. 17, 185G; m. Eliza Adams. 
4448. Mary E., b. IVb. 3, 1859; d. I^tar. 2.2, 1859, Churchville, N. Y. 



EIGHT IT GENERATION 409 



1869. ROSWELL ALLEN^ SANFORD (.some descent as 
1862} h. June 2, 1818, Ilaruiiitoii, Ct. ; d. Jan. 16, 1886, riymoiith, 
Ct., ag 69; m. :May 4, 1S42, Adeline, dan. of Lester and Harriet 
(Dowd) Leonard, b. June 8, 1822, Burlington, Ct.; d. Jan. IG, 1891, 
Plymouth, Ct. 

They had two children born in Plynionth, Ct. 

44^19.+Deiinis C.s, b. Nov. 11, 1*^-14; d. Jau. 29, 1894; m. Josie Bnuit. 
4450.+Edsvard L., b. July 25, 1850; m. Hcuriettn Biige. 

• 1883. PORTER" SANFORD {Ephruim 795, Avws 300, Ep}i- 
raim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 7, 1810, Goshen, 
Ct.; d. Nov. 27, 1891, TerryviUe, Ct. ; m. Sept. 13, 1835, Sarah Ann, 
dau. of Roswell and Elmira Allen, b. T^far. 9, 1815, Plymouth, Ct. ; 
d. Mar. 10, 1851, TerryviUe, Ct. 

They had three children, all born in TerryviUe, Ct. 
445.1.+Adoline Marians, b. Jan. 23, 1840; d. Oct. 6, 1SG8; m. Ira Stoughton. 
4452.+Elmira SedgAvick, b. Nov. 1, 1845; m. Jaiiics Terry. 
4453.+Sarah Alice, b. Apr. 9, 1849; m. Dr. Cornelius Bull. 

1884. BURRITT F." SANFORD {same descent a<< 1SS3) b. 
June 5, 1820, Plymouth Hollow, Ct.; m. (1) Jan 23, 1S46, ^Jar,-aret 
Sarah Ann Hart, b. Jan. 13, 1828, Groton, N. Y.; d. Oct. 15, 1857, 
Mtnasha, Wis.: m. (2) July 3, 1859, Grace Reed Grant, b. July 23, 
1825, Antwerp, N. Y. 

He had six children by first and one by second marriage. 
4454 +Luthor Harts, b. May 10, 1847; d. Dec. 14, 1902; m. Phebe Wing. 
4455. Lestina, b. Mar. 29, 1S19, Greenfield, Wis.; d. Apr. 2, 1851, Menasha, 

Wis. 
4456 Ella, b. May 2, 1851, Menasha, Wis.; d. July, 1851, Menasha, Wis. 
4457.+Minott Sedgwick, b. Feb. 23, 1854; m. (1) Cora Hancock; m. (2) Ella 

Mahler. 
4458 +An.v Dclphla, b. Mar. 11, 1855; d. Apr. 30, 1909; m. Joel Hnrvev. 
4459. Margaret Luella, b. Apr. 14, 1857, Menasha, Wis.; d. Feb. 11, ISw, 

Oshkosh, Wis. 
44C0.+ Julia, b. Mar. 13, 1S63; m. Leon Harvey. 

1888. Dr. EDWARD^ SANF01?D {Amos 796, Amos 300, 
Ephraim Wi, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) h. 1828, Goshco, Ct ; 
d. July 17, 1892, Cornwall, Ct. ; m. Apr. 14, 1851. Vilate C, dau. 
of James M. Gardner, b. 1833. Res. West Cornwall, Ct. 

They had four children, all born in Cornwall, Ct. 

4461. + Josie E.8, b. 1854; m. Kausom Smith. 

4462. Henry E., m. Hat tie A. Benedict, b. in Goshen, Ct. Kes., IhoTuaston, Ct. 



410 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 

4463. Charles Alaon, b. Jan. 1, ISfiS; d. Kov. 19, 1896, Viiicemies, Ind.; m. 
May 16, 1896, Nellie M., dau. of Benry and Maria (Jaqua) Hall, b. 
Apr. 24, 13G9, Cariaan, Ct. No children. Dr. Sanford was graduated 
Mar. 21, 1894, from the L. I. Coll. I):o?.pital. Ees., Canaan, Ct. 

4464.-!-JcTmi8 Gr-rdner, b. 1871; ra. 'WilJiani Preston. 

1890. SARAH BOOTH^ SANFORD {Ira 799, Jonah 303, 
JSphraim JOi, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. :Mar. 9, 1803, 
Roxl.mry, Ct. ; m. (1) Nathan Maxfield; (2) Charles McCombs, 
Resided in New York State. 

She had one child by first and three by second marriage. 

4465. Watsons Maxfield, b. Jnne IS, 1S19, Roxbury. Ct.; d. Sept. 17, 1907, 

Amityville, N. Y. {See Watson Eanford, 1S95.) 

4466. H. Sheldon McCouibs. 

4467. Emily McCombs. 

446S. Maggie ^IcCombs, m. Major M. Grant. 

1891. GEORGE DUNBAR' SANFORD {sama descent as 
1S90) b. Sej^t. 30, 1805, Roxbury, Ct. ; d. Aug. 2, 1870, Albany, N. 
Y. ; m. J.Iar. 28, 1844, Zilpha, dau. of Caleb Baker of Franconia, 
N. H., b. Jan. 2, 1811, Franconia, N. H. ; d. Dee. 23, ]8S9, Albany, 
N. Y. 

INIr. Sanford was a trnnk and harness maker, doing business on 
Market Street, Albany, N. Y., in the forties. 

They had four children, all born in Albany, N. Y. 

4469. Henry Whitbecks, b. Aug. 13, 1845; d. Dec. 21, 1903, Albany, N. Y.; 

m. Apr. 28, 1891, Mary, dau. of James Dougherty, b. Sept. 1, 1S52, 
Albany, N. Y. No children. Ees., Albany, N. Y. 

4470. Eli-.abeth Baker, b. Oct. 19, 1846; m. Oct. 21, 1895, Dean C. Phillips, 

'.. Jan. 24, 1840, Bethlehem, N. H. No children. Pes., Littleton, 
N. H. 

4471. George Jessamen, b. Aug. 6, 1S52; d. Dec. 23, 1856, Albany, N. Y. 
4472.-fMary Jane Martin, b. June 29, 1854; m. George Atwood. 

1892. I^IAIIALA CECELIA^ SANFORD (same desceJii as 
1890) b. Nov. 1, 1809; d. Jan. 10, 1829, m. Jan. 7, 1S2S. Samuel 
Utter. After the death of his wife, Mr. Utter married her sister 
Thalia. 

They had one child. 

4473.+Samucl8 Utter, Jr., b. Jan. 4, 1829; d. ab. 1903. 

1894. JOHN TnOTlIAS JA:\rES WASHINGTON^ SAN- 
FORD {sam^ descent as 1S90) b. ^lar. 29, 1814, Koxbury, Ct. ; d. in 



EIGHTH GENERATION 411 



Roxbury, Ct. ; m. Abigail Paterson. Mr. Sanford resided during his 
youth in Albany, N. Y., and went to Eoxbnry, Ct. He was killed 
while repairing an old barn. 
They had two children. 

4474. Elliots. Eesidod in Omaha, Neb. 
4476'. Andrev/. Efsided in ^Vaterto^^T>, Ct. 

1895. WATSON^ SANFOED {same descent as 1S90) b. 
June 12, 1819, Roxbnry, Ct. ; d. Sept. 17, 1907, Amity^ille, N. Y. ; in. 
June 19, 1841, Ellen Maria Viele, b. Feb. 6, 1S20, Green Island, N. 
Y.; d. Sept. 28, 1898, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

They had four children. 

4476._|-Lodo-\vicu8 Yieles, b. Aug. 9, 1S42; m. Emma Ecker. 

4477.+George Dunbar, b. Aug. 9, 1S44; m. Mary Wood. 

4478.+Watson Francis, b. Aug. 29, 184G; d. May 15, 1S92; m. Marie Whitney. 

4479.-f Mahala Cecelia, b. Dec. 9, 1S49; m. William Sherwood. 

188G. OERIN^ SANFOKD {Giles 800, Jonah 303, Eplirahn 
104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Mar. 5, 1805, Caraden, N. 
Y.; d. Jan. 27, 3 839, Elyria, 0.; m. May 31, 1832, A'csta Bassett, b. 
Jme 12, 1812; d. 1842. 

Tliey had tv/o children born in Sheffield, 0. 

4480.+Mary Blakes, b. Sojit. 2, 1834; ni. Vincent Barber. 

4481.+Nathau Bassett, b. Nov. IS, lS36j d. Nov. 25, 1905; m. Margaret King. 

1897. MARY' SANFORD {same descent as 1S96) b. Oct. 19, 
1806, Camden, N. Y. ; d. Mar. 4, 1834, Caraden, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 30, 
1831, Lewis Blake, d. July 28, 184G 

They had one child. 

4482. Henry Loomiss Blake, b. Feb. 14, 1S34; d. Sept. 22, 1S34. 

1898. NANCY^ SANFORD {same descent as 1896) b. Nov. 
13, 1808, Camden, N. Y.; d. Feb. G, 1891, Camden, N. Y.; m. 
Dec. 31, 1829, Lorenzo Wetmore. 

They had four children- 

4483. Emila Hall* Wetmore, b. Jan. 25, 1S31; m. Oct. 4, ]8.53, Charles H. Ray. 
44S4.4-Giles Sanford Wetmore, b. July 23, 1832; im. Charlotte Curtis. 

4485. Henry Frunett Wetmore, b. July 20, lS3o; d. Feb. 15, 190G, Detroit, 

l\Iich. 

4486. Mary Louisa Wetmore, b. Apr. 10, 1842; m. (1) Feb. 6, 1SG7, George 

Kldfu, d. July 7, 1869; m. (2) Nov. 23, 1892, Rufus B. Tuthill, of 
Camden, N. Y., d. June 5, 1907. 



412 THE THOMAS SANFOKlJ FAZ^IILY 



1901. ANGELINA^ SANFOin) (same descent as J896) b. 
Apr. 12, 1S15, Camden, i\. Y. ; d. ^!;iy 28, 1857, Camden^ N. Y. ; m. 
(1) Jan. 29, 1835, Lewis Blake, d. July 28, 1846; m. (2) Juno 7, 
1848, Andrc'.v J. Stone. 

She liad two cliildren by each marriage. 

4457. Ellen Theresa* Rlr.kc, b. June IS, IS.^.S; d. Apr. 1, ]S57. 

4458. p:dv>-in Lcv.is Blalie, b. Aug. 4, 1840; d. Aug. 16, JS.53. 

4489. Louisa Saiiford Stone, b. May 6, 1S51; d. June 1, 1S51. 

4490. Charlotte Louisa Slcno, b. May 9, 1853; d. Apr. 3, 1857. 

1903. FORTUNPJ CARLOS' SANFORD (same descent as 
1896) b. Aug. 28, 1819, Camden, N. Y. ; d. Mar. 12, 1897, Camden, 
N. Y.; ni. Sept. 30, 1846, Jiary Crawford, b. May 11, 1825, Cavaii, 
Ireland; d. Jan. 8, 1902, Camden, N. Y. They resided on the old 
home farm wliich Mr. Sanford's father, Giles, had cleared in the 
forest. He was the first milk man in tovrn. 

They had three children, all born in Camden, N. Y. 

4I91.+.Tohn Crawfords, b. Dee. 26, 184S; m. Abneda Ireland. 

4492, Isabella E<>becca, b. Dec. 26, 1850; m. Ilarlan W. Sanford (see 456-5). 

Ees., Camden, N. Y. 

4493. Angeline Susan, b. May 10, 1862; d. Nov. 20, 1862, Camden, N. Y. 

1905. LEANDER VAN ESS' SANFORD {some descent as 
1896) b. :Mar. 27, 1825, Camden, N. Y. ; d. July 13, 1862, Camden, 
N. Y. ; m. ^hix 1, 1855, Tirzah R. lliggins, b. Mar. 13, 1833, Camden, 
N. Y., d. Nov. 12, 1895, Camden, N. Y. 

They had two children. 

4494.-fClara Eebeocas, b. Jan. 23, 1S57; m. Robert Willis. 

4495. Elmer Ellsworth, b. Sept. 7, 1861, Camden, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 31, 1SS5, 
Camden, N. Y. Mr. Sanford v.as a drujjjrist. 



1913. JOHN BOURIJN" BRADNER {Chloe 801, Jonah 
303, Ephraim 10 i, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 30, 1815, 
New Haven, N. Y. ; d. INIar. 21, 1880; m. Lueiua Crouch. 

They had three children. 

4496. Florence Isabclle« Bradner, d. Nov. 14, IS—, ag. 1 yr., 4 nios. 

4497. Emily Bradner, m. Charles Caldwell of Mexico, X. Y. 

4498. Daughter, d. young. 

1914. JAMES DARWIN' BRADNER {same descent as 1913) 
b. May 14, 1821, New Haven, N. Y. ; m. (1) INIay 30, 1848, Su?an 



r 



1 



'^^^■■^^i^'-Ai-ii-a^^ida^^i^a ^ 



SAMUEL THOMAS WOODS SAXFOKD 
No. 1015 



J 



ETGnTII GENERATION 



R. !\rathews, b. in Mexico, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 21, 1880; m. (2) Nov. 28, 
1883, Alma J. INIaloy of Cartilage, N. Y. Mr. Bradner was a siia- 
man. Res- New Haven, N. Y. 

He had two children bj' first marriage. 

4i99. Ella E.-^ Bradncr, b. Sept. 29, 1S49, Mexico, N. Y.; d. Oct. 10, 1S77; 

unm. 
4500. Dolpe E. Bradncr, b. Mar. 24, 1S5G, New Ilaveu, N. Y. 

1915. DR. SA:\n'EL tho:mas woods^ sanford 

(Linns 80.2, Jonah 303, Ephraim 101, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 
1) h. July 10, 1812, Camden, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 30, 18S2, RavensAvood, 
N. Y.; m. Sept. 14, 1843, Jane Elizabeth Torbert, b. Sept. 14. 1814, 
Camden, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 23, 1891, Ravenswood, N. Y. 

Dr. Sanford Avas a prominent physician in New York City; 
while still in his teens (IS) he decided upon the study of medicine. 
So after })assing tlie necessary collegiate and professional studies, 
he won his ^I. D. at twenty-five years of age and began the prac- 
tice of medicine and surgery as an assistant in the office of Doctor.<5 
Alphonso Ransom and Horatio G. Torbert, both of Camden, N. Y. — 
tbe latter of whom suV)sequently became his brother-inJaw by his 
marriage Sept. 14, 1843, to Dr. Torbert 's sister, Jane Elizabeth 
Torbert in the City of New York at llie old First Presbyterian 
Church, at that time in Wall Street. Slie being the grand-niece 
of Jane ^MeCrea, of historical fame, who on July 27, 1777, was 
massacred by the Indians near Fort Edward, N. Y. ; her grand- 
father, Rev. John Hanna, D. D., having married the elder sister 
of tlie heroine of this tragical story of the Revolution; there are 
no nearer living relatives of that ill fated maiden, Jane iNIcCrea, 
than Dr. Sanford '.s sons who reside at Long Island City (winters) 
and Lake George. N. Y. (summers). 

At twenty-eight he established himself in practice at Lyons, 
Wayne Co., N. Y., living at Landon's Hotel in that village; while 
there in company with Wm. H. Sis-son conducted a prosperous drug 
store, and it was -while here as a physician and druggist, he began in 
a small vay the manufacture of the medicines v/hich a few years 
later liad reached very large sale and made his name a familiar one 
in every part of the United States, and in a few years later through 
Central and South America, thus laying the foundation for the 
large income and fortune which he had acquired while still in the 
prime of life, of which he made hospitable and generous use. 



THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



assisting in everything that made for neighborhood and civic better- 
ment, and }iis purse and professional skill were always at the call 
of need. 

For about twenty-five years a member of the Presbyterian 
Church at Astoria, of which Rev. B. F. Stead, D.D., was pastor, 
about 1870, with his family connected themselves with the Old 
Rutgers St. Presbyterian Church which had moved to ]\.Iadison 
Avenue, Nev/ York; his Avife's fatlier. Dr. Samuel 6. Torbert 
(Health Officer) wliose liome and famous peach orchard were 
located where now East Broadway, Catherine and Division Streets 
in the old 7th. ward of the City of New York would have been the 
boundary lines. 

In 18-1-6, looldng about for a. larger field than the Lyons of 
sixty years ago afforded, he moved witli his wife and tv/o cliildreu 
to Long Island, establishing himself on the banks of the East River, 
directly opposite the City of New York, Avlierc for many years he 
did a large and flourishing practice and business at Ravenswood, 
Queens Co., N. Y., which subsequently became about 1870 a part 
of Long Island City, and in 1896 a part of Greater New York; 
thus the old Sanford Home.stead M'hich he had established and 
beautified found itself in almost the center of the City of New 
York, his gardens being subsequently taken for one of the City 
parks; the xiroperty thus having risen in value to about forty 
times wliat it had cost Dr. Sanford. 

The old homestead still remains in possession of the family, 
and tliere are gathered the family heirlooms, and it is still occasion- 
ally occupied by some of the family. 

In pol tics Dr. Sanford was a life-long Democrat, his influence 
always being thrown to the progressive and reform wings of the 
party; he never sought political preferment, having at one time 
declined to consider a Congressional nomination. He loved his 
profession — his work — his home. 

He Avas a self-made man ; became a man of prominence in his 
profession and by a masterful handling of his investments and 
busine&s affairs, won a success which has come to but few physicians, 
and died in his seventieth year at tlie Old Homestead which he 
loved so well, respected by all who knew him. 

The}' liad five children. 

4501.-fDrurie Sisson^ b. Sept. 37, 3S44; m. Addic Ash. 

4502.-fClareuco Torbert, b. Jan. 22, 1846; d. Apr. 5, 1910; m. M:iry Ditmars. 



EIGHTH GENEEATION 415 

4503. Wallace Woods, b. Aug. 3, 1847, ABtoria, N. Y.j d. Sept. C, 1871, Lake 

George, N. Y. 

4504. Jennie EtLliude, b. July 25, 1851; d. May 13, 1S52, KaveDS^ood, N. Y. 
4505.-J- Horatio Samuel, b. July 16, 1853; in. Eliza Woodruff. 

1916. WILLIAM WALLACE^ SANFOIID {same descent as 
1915) b. July 9, 1814, Camden, N. Y. ; d. Apr. IG, 1883, Lyons, N. 
Y. ; rn. Orpiih Dentou of Lyons, N. Y. 

They li:^d two cliildren. 

4505. Wallaces. 
4507.+Jenny, m. Jamea Williams. 

1921. P. ELIZA'' SANFORD {same descent as 1915) b. 
Apr. 26, 1827, Camden, X. Y. ; m. Jnne 25, 1862, Joseph Sparrow, 
b. Dec. 21, 1818; d. Apr. 14, 1003, "Cruck Meolc," Eng. Her res. 
Verona Sta., N. Y. 

They had one child. 

4508. Thomas Sanford* Sparrow, b. Apr. 20, 1863, Camden, N. Y".; unm. Eea., 
Verona, X, Y. 

1928. JAMES BPtONSON^ SANFORD {^aJa 803, Jo7iah 303, 
Epliraim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 8, 1822, 
Ellishurg, X. Y. ; d. Sept. 13, 1892, St. Louis, Mich. ; m. Sept. 8, 
1846, Maria, dau. o.f Erastus and Phebe (Arnold) Yeoman, b. May 
3, 1826, German Flats, Herkimer, Co., N. Y. ; d. Jan. 13, 1904, St. 
Louis, Mich. 

Mr. Sanford was in the dry goods business in Chicago, 111. in 
the forties. 

They had twelve children, the last seven all born in Ionia, ]\Iich, 

4509.+Edwards, b. June 19, 1847, Chicago, HI.; d. Aug. 14, 1889; m. Lizzie 
Ballard. 

4510. Tv,ins, d. in infancy. 

4511. Mary, b. Mar. 22, 1849, Chicago, 111.; m. Oscar Hobbcs. No children. 
4512.-]-nerbert, b. July 9, 1833, Chicago, Til.; m. Marion Yander Heyden. 
4513.+Willard Y., b. July 23, 1855; m. Nellie Ttzenbouser. 

4514. Hiram, d. 1857, ag. 3. mos. 

451 5.-f George Smith, b. Apr. 19, 1859; m. Carrie Skilman. 

451C.-|-Frank, b. Nov. SO, 1861; m. Ida Terry. 

4517.4- Adelaide J., b. Apr. 28, 1861; m. Frederick Hughes. 

4518-4- Frances E., b. May 2, 1866; m. John Burns. 

4519.-1- Jsraes Bronson, Jr., b. Aug. 4, 1SG7; d. July 3, 1904; m. Anna C\ilhara. 

1934. DEWITT CLINTON" SANFORD {Jeremiah 801, 
Jonah 303, Ephralm 101, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thovias 1) b. in 



41G THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



Ctimden, 0. ab. 3882; d. Kalamazoo. ^licli. ; m. (2) Rebecca — , 

b. 1839. lies. Battle Creek, Mich. 

He had three children by first and three by second marriage. 

4520. Jtlarys, deceased. 

4.5'?.!. Emma, deceased. 

4522. Willard. Ees., Montgomery, Ala. 

4523. Lillian, d. at eleven years. 

4524. + Ne]lIe, b. 1S71; m. Kewiou Fonda. 
4525. -f George, b. 1874. 

1937. WELTHA ANN^ SANFORD {.^ame descent as 1934) 
b. in Camden, 0.; d. Aug. 10, 1847, Springfield, N- Y.; m. June 29, 
1839, Emmons Jones, d. Oct. 30, 187G. 

They had four children, all born in J3usti, N. Y. 

4526. Mary A.s Jones, b. Aug. 17, 1S40; d. I^rt. li, 1S67; m. I. B. Childs. 

4527. Harriet E. Jones, b. Dec. 8, ISll; m. E. 11. Hess. 

4528. Eleanor E. Jones, b. Feb. IS, 1S44. 

4529. Stephen Willard Jones, b. Sept. 30, 1845; d. Jan. 30, 1S79. 

1938. IMARl^ ANN' SANFORD {same descent as 1934) b. 
Oct. 17, 1824, Camden, 0. ; d. Apr. 19, 1S92, Busti, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 
14, 1842, William W. Smiley, b. July 1, 1814, Cooperstown, N. Y.; 
d. Apr. 29, 1902, Cherry Creek, N. Y. 

They had nine chilcTren, all born in Busti, N. Y. 

4530. + Sarah Jane? SmiJey, b. Oct. 7, 1844; m. (1) George Martin; m. (2) 

Francis Pope. 
4531.+Mariette Smiley, b. Dec. 3, 1846; d. June 1, 1874; m. Perry Erayley. 
4532.+Abner Smiley, b. Mar. 3, 1848; m. Mary Terry. 
4533.+TVilliara J. Smiley, b. July 22, 1850; m. (1) Laura Lenox; ni. (2) 

Nina Hale. 

4534. Delphinia Smiley, b. Aug. 26, 1854. Ees., So. Dayton, N. T. 

4535. Andrew- Smiley, b. Aug. 26, 185G ; d. June 1, 1862, Busti, N. Y. 
4536.+Charles J. Smiley, b. Mar. SO, 1858; m. Clara Learn. 

4537. Lewis Smiley, b. July 2, ISGO; d. Mar,, 1897, Busti, N. Y. 

4538. + Sanford G. Smiley, b. Feb. 15, 1862; in. Clara Gypson. 

1939. HARRIET ELIZABETIP SANFORD {same descent 
as 1934) b. July 20, 1827, Camden, 0.; d. Jan 4, 1880, Jamestown, 
N. Y.; m. Aug. 1, 1847, Thomas B. Stuart, b. Mar. 10, 1823; d. 
May 14, 18S2. 

The}' had five children. 

4539. Josephines Stuart, b. 1849, Busti, N. Y. ; d. 1850. 
4540.4-Louis S. Stuart, b. July 9, 1851; ru. Is'ettie Wample. 




BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SANFORD 
No. 1917 




LUCINDA GKIFFIX SANFOKl) 
^'o, J 947 



EIGHTH GENERATION 417 



4541. Walter Stuart, b. Mar. 2-3. 1S56, Greenfield, \Yis.; m. Mar. 20, 1881, 

Mattie L. Ball. No ehiklreii. 

4542. + Florcuee .Stuart, b. Nov. 20, 1800; m. Edward Cootcy. 
4543. -f Frank Stuart, b. May 18, 1804; m. Jessie Revely. 

1944. E:\riLY NORTON^ SSANFORD {Ei-)}iraim SOr>, Jonah 
303, EpJiraini 10 J, Sarnvcl 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 1, 1813, 
Cfcmden, X- Y. ; d. Aug. 30, 1871, Ocononiowoe, Wis.; m. Mar. 19, 
1635, Frederic L. Blake, b. Oct. 13, 1811, Litchfield, Ct.; d. May 15, 
1887, Oconomowoc, Wis. 

They had three children, all born- in Camden, N. Y. 

4544.4-Mary M.s Blake, b. Nov. 29, 1835; d. June 14, ISOG; m. Jonas Steahl. 
4545.+Aurelia T. Blake, b. Dec. 21, 1SS7; d. Apr. 24, 1870; m. "Sidney'* 

Smith. 
4546.4-Willi;ma L. Blake, b. Sept. 3, 1846; m. Lydia Fulmer. 

1945. MELANCTHON DUNBAI^ SANFORD {same, descent 
as Wld) b. Nov. 20, 1811. Camden, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 29, 1905, Camden, 
N. Y.; m. (1) Oct. 17, 1837, Sarah Blakeslee, b. Aug. 9, 1812, 
Camden, N. Y.; d. xVng. 4, 1875, Camden, N. Y. ; m. (2) Feb. 22, 
1877, Mrs. Louisa B. Wilder, b. May 28, 1833. Res. Seriba, N- Y. 

He had two children hy first marriage born in Camdei2; N. Y. 

4547.+Welthy ElakesleeS b. June 15, 1839; in. Abrara Housinger. 
4548. Elmina, b. Dec. 27, 1842; unm. Res., Eome, N. Y. 

1946. JAMES HARVEY' SAXFORD {same descent as 1944) 
b. Feb. 22, 1816, Camden, X. Y., d. Jan. 26, 1883, Los Angeles, 
CaL; ra. Apr. 13, 1841, Rebeckah Johnson, b. July 9, 1820, Dover, 
0- ; d. Jan. 15, 1897, Heart Prairie, Wis. 

They had eight children, all born in Heart Prairie, Wis. 
4549.+Daniel Kenyons, b. Feb. 28, 1842; m. Olive Bidwell. 
4550.+Mary E., b. Mar. 27, 1845; m. Thomas Logan. 
4551.-fEenjaiinn Franklin, b. Feb. 22, 1847; in. Emma Cooper. 
4552. + Harlan Page, b. Aug. 27, 1849; d. Aug. 24, 1897; m. Katheriue 

Whitman. 
4553.+Naricy J., b. Mar. 19, 1855; m. Charles Vedder. 
Children born in 1851-53 and 57 d. in infancy. 

1947. BEXJA^HX FRAXKLIX' SAXFORD {same descent 
as 1944) b. Jan. 22, 1818, Camden, X. Y. ; d. Aug. 21, 1883. Coving- 
ton, Ky. ; m. Sept. 16, 1811, Lucinda Griflin, b. Dee. 20, 1818. Onon- 
daga, N.Y.;d. ^hnr. 8, 1889, Covington. Ky. About 1840. 
Mr. Sanford went, to Cincinnati, 0., and engaged in wholesale drug 

(27) 



418 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 

business from Avhieh he aceiimnlated a large fortune. In 1850, he 
started the Ohio Savings Bank; was also interested in a bank at 
Connersville, Ind., and in the Kentucky Trust Co., at CoAinglon, 
Ky. He vsas for many years Secretary of the Cincinnati Horticul- 
tural Society; from 1S6S to 1877 conducted the agricultural depart- 
ment of the Cincinnati Gazette, and from then until his death held 
the same position on the Cincinnati Inquirer. In 1869, he became 
a member of the IMethodist Episcopal Church, and his latter years 
were spent in earnest, active Christian work. 

They had nine cliildren, tlic last sev-eu all born in Latonia, Ivy. 

4554.-f William Seward*, b. July 8, 1S42, Cincinuati, O.; m. Fannie Douongh. 
4555. -f Franklin, h. Oct. 7, 1S4-1, Cincinnati, O.; d. Feb. 18, 1S9G; m. Alice 

Hand. 
4556. Nellie, b. Jnno 29, 1846; d. Oct. 27, 1S79, Latonia, Ky.; nnni. 
4557.-4-Kcriton, b. Mar. 30, 1848; m. Sarah Heath. 
4558. -f James Bruuer, b. June 30, 1850; m. Jessie Humble. 
4559. + Frederiok Plymouth, b. Dec. 26, 1852; m. Anna Humble. 
4560.-f Faunie Frances, b. Sept. 28, 1855; m. Joseph Hand. 
4561. Ida, b. Sept. 30, 1858; d. Sept. 12, 1S60, Latonia, Ky. 
4562. -f Spencer Hand, b. Aug. 5, ISGo; ni. JJinnie Yeaf:;er. 

1948. SYLVESTER CURTIS^ SANFORD {same^ descent as 
1944) b. Jan. 4. 1820, Camden. X. Y. : d- :\rar. 10, 1SS8, Lake 
Geneva, AVis. ; m. Nov. 28, 1844, Nancy M. Gaboon, b. Jan. 7, 1823, 
Dover, 0.: d. Feb. 13, 1897, Lake Geneva, Wis. 

They had six children. 

45G3. Henry Melancthons, b. Sept. 26, 1815, Lagrange, Wis.; d. Aug. 21, 

1846, Lagrange, Wis. 
45C4.-f Emily Cornelia, b. Ajir. 8, 1847; m. James Cliarles. 
4565.-fHirlan William, b. Oct. 11, IS-IS; m. Isabella Sanford. 
4566.-fLydia Claris.=a, b. Apr. 21, 1851; d. Sept. 6, 1890; ni. Heman Hastings. 
45G7.-}-Ephraim Fmery, b. Aug. 27, 1852; m. (1) Cora Marlott; m. (2) Mrs. 

Lora Dudley. 
4568.-|-Sarah Alcna, b. Dec. 8, 1S57; m. James Duulop. 

1949. ELIPTIALET JOIIXSOX' SAXFORD {same descent 
as 1944) b. Feb. 10, 1822, Camden, X. Y. ; d. Aug. 16, 1900, Irving 
Park, 111.; m. Jan. 16. 1849, Almira Brainard, at Chemung. 111. 
Resided in Harvard, 111. 

They had iive children. 

4569. Frank B.s, b. Jan. 13, 1851, Chemung, 111. 

4570. DcForcst, b. Feb. 11, 1856, Chemung, 111. 

4571. Cora A., b. Mar. 5, 1860, Harvard, 111. 

4572. Wilbur W., b. July 8, 1862, Harvard, 111. 

4573. Nettie, b. Aj.r. :-'.v), ISO.'), Harvard, 111.; d. July 21, 1S71, Madison, Wis. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



1951. ALAN>SOX GIPFORIV SANFORD {iYimr descent 
as 1944) b. Oet. 26, 1826, C^nHlen, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 21, 1900, N. Y. C. ; 
m. 1855, Jennie G. D'Orfieulle. 

They Jiad two children. 

4574. Beiija.Miin Graham^, killed in N. Y. C. 

4575. Child. 

1952. FPxANCIS ASBURY^ SANFOKD {same descent 
as 1944) b. Jan. 15, 1829, Camden, N. Y. ; d. June 14, 190], Heart 
Prairie, ^Yis. ; m. Feb. 18, 1852, Harriet M. Frisbie. 

They had two eliildren. 

4576. Copner F.>^, b. Nov. 39, 1S52, Camden, N. Y. 

4577. Haltie Cornelia, b. Oct. 1, 1SC2, Harv.ard, 111.; d. Dec. 12, 18G9, Saratoga, 

N. Y. 

1953. Yv ILLIAM McKENDREE" SANFORD {same descent 
OS 1944) b. Dec. 21, 1830, Camden, N. Y. ; d. ]\rar. 22, 1894, Dayton, 
0.; m. Sept. 19, 1854, Susan A. Mix. 

They had seven cliildren. 

4578. Cora T.s, b. .Tan. 16, 1857; unni. Ees., Millord, O. 

4579. Irene A., b. Sept. 11, 1859; d. May 30, 1S70. 

4580. Alice C, b. Feb. 4, 1861; d. July 28, 1879. 

4581. Elmer T)., b. Aug. 28, 1863. Ees., St. Louis, Mo. 

45S2.+Yernon L., b. July 6, 1805; m. (1) Mary ^Vallace; m. (2) Bertha Hend- 

rickson. 
45S3.+Leslie jNt., b. Nov. 23, 1S70; m. Minnie Tliifer. 
4584.+Blanclie E., b. May 12, 1873; m. John Lloyd. 

1954. LORENZO STODDAKD' SANFORD {same descent 
as 1944) b. Sept. 29, 183-3, Camden, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 4, 1901, Camden, 
N. Y.; m. Dee. 6, 1860, Frances E. Frisbie, b. Mar. 15, 1835, Cam- 
den, N. Y. Res. Camden, N. Y. 

They had two children born in Camden, N. Y. 

4585. Edith Gertrude^ b. June 0, 1SG6; mnn. Ees., Camden, N. Y. 

458G. Jessie Temperance, b. Aug. 15, 1872; d. June 22, 1875, Camden, N. Y, 

1955- AVHvRUR FISKE' SANFOKD {same descent as J944) 
b. Feb. 24, 1837, Camden. N. Y. ; d. June 5, 1893, Stottvilk^ N. Y. ; 
m. Oct. 23, 1870, ]Mrs. Laura Jessie Lawrence Magee, b. Feb. 10, 
3 813, New Orleans, La. ^Irs. Sanford was the daughter of Cd. 
James Lawrence 

They had three children. 



420 TnE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



4587. Charles Lawrences, b. Aug. 3, 1871, Jancsrille, Wis.j d. Sept., 1871, 

Janesville, Wi.s. 
45SS.+Miuriie May, h. May IS, 1873; ni. William Wight. 
45S9. + lIarry Ephrairu, h. Oct. 22, 1874; m. Nettie MacMillan. 

1958. ALBRO' ELY (Sarah WS, Jesse 301, Ephraim lOi, 
Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) m. Philomela Thompson, of AVilli- 
mantic, Ct. 

They had five cliildren. 

4590.+lone'' Ely, m. Kerry Coe. 

4591. + Walter Ely, deceased; m. Nettie Terry. 

4592. Eli T. Ely, m. (1) Jennie Colt; m. (2) Etta Larnson. No children. 

Ees., Westfield, Mass. 

4593. Clarence Ely, b. June IS, 1855; m. Effie Lull. No children. Was a 

member of the Conn. Legislature in 1903--1-5-6-7-S. E^s., Terryville, 
Ct. 
459 i. Jessie Ely; num. 

I960. HEXRY^ SANFOHD {FAi 815, Daniel 305, Ezelncl 
105, Sa)nud 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 3,. 1704, Xorthfield, 
Ct. ; d. Nov. 1S61, Jackson, Mo.; m. Mary, dan- of William Dangh- 
erty, b. ]Mar. 2-1, 1802, Jackson, IMo. 3Ir. Sanford removed from 
Connecticnt to Missouri in 181G. 

They had five children, all born in Jackson, Mo. 

4595.+Rowena'<, b. Feb. 12, 1823; d. Oct. 5, 1864; m. John Hunt. 
4596. Eli, b. Mar. 2, 1826; d. June 5, 1833. 

4597.+Pearl, b. Au^. 5, 1829; d. 1862; m. LaVine. 

4598.+Teresa, b. Jan. 13, 1834; m. John Albert. 
4599.+Linus. b. Jan. 1, 1S3S; m. Martha Eussell. 

1962. EBER" SANFORD {same descent as 1960) h. Nov. 

14, 1800, Litchfield Co., Ct. ; d. Dec. 6, 1886, Conneaut, 0.; m. 

lie lived and died at Cojiiieant, 0. 

He had four children. 

4G00.+Heman F.s. b. Sept. 10, 1825; d. June S, 1878. 

4601. Irwin, b. Nov. 11, 1828; d. July 17, 1869; unm. 

4602. Henry J., b. June 26, 1833; d. Feb. 5, 1835. 
4603.4-Cordelia, b. July 2, 1835; d. June 12, 1S64; m. Barington. 

1983. ROAVENA' SANFORD {same descent as 1960) b. 
Feb., 1803; m. "Williams. 
They had one cliild. 

4604. Simeon W.s Williams. Resided in Council Bluffs, la. 



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1964. SIMEON AVIIEELER" SANFORD (mmc dcf^ccnt as 
1960) h. ^lar. 2, 1S05, Litchfield Co., Ct. ; d. Ecb. 12, 1832, Con- 
neanl. 0.; m. Julia, dau of Peck and Polly (Kellogt.';) Clark, b. Jnly 
G. 180S, Xorthfiold, Ct. ; d. June, 1831, Cleveland, 0. 

They had three children. 

4605.+Albert% b. Jan. 13, 1S2S; d. Mar. 12, 1S93 ; m. Eunice Elower. 
4606.-f-Esther, m. Edward Biugham. 
4607. Son, d. nnm. 

1986. DANIEL^ SANFORD {same descent as 1960) b. Apr. 
2, 183 2, Litchfield Co., Ct.; d. in Stoddard Co., Mo.; m. Martha 
Owen, of Stoddard Co., Mo. 

They had four children 

4f.08. Eli^ d. Apr. 6, 1827. . ■ ' ■ ' 

4609. :»rary, m. William lUnger. 

4610. Ear.icl. ' ■ - 

4611. Mattie, m. E. T. Ticbenor. ^ 

1968. EZEKIEL' SANFORD {Lyman 827, Ezeldd 310, Eze- 
l-iel 105, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 15, 1800, AVayne 
Co., Pa.; d. Jnne 7, 18.57, Dryden, N. Y. ; m. (1) Jan. 3, 1826, Sally 
Ann Butts ; m. (2) July 14, 1830, Johanna Hait. 

He had two children by first and one by second marriage. 

4612.+Mary Elizabeths, b. Dec. 29, 1S29; d. Mar. 6, 1896; m. Eobert Smiley. 

4613. Albert, b. Mar. 25, 1832; d. Mar. 22, 1876, Dryden, N. Y.; enlisied iu 

12th "Wisconsin and honorably discharged at close of war. 

4614. Satt A., b. Mar. 26, 1813, Dryden, N. Y.; unm. Res., Virgil, N. Y. 

1969. SARAH" SANFORD {same descevt as IMS) b. Sept. 
19, 1803, Wayne Co. Pa. ; d. Jnly 9, 1877, Varna, N. Y. ; m. Ira Ellis, 
d. Nov. 11, 1819. 

They had eight children. 

4515.+Johu Eathburns Ellis, b. July 27, 1826; ni. (1) Mrs. Catherine Davis; 

m. (2) Villa West. 
4616.+LjTnan Sa7iford Ellis, b. Apr. 15, 1S28; d. May 26, 1906; m. :Nrary Hunt. 
4617.+Rhoda Charlotte Ellis, b. Mar. 31, 1831; d. Apr. 24, 1906; ni. (1) 

Socrates Scluitt; rn. (2) Thomas Kellogg. 
461S.-fIra Harrison EDis, b. Jan. 25, 1833; d. Sept. 3, 1887; m. Horteucia 

Bishop. 
4619,+Orrcn Tyler Ellis, b. Nov. 22, 1836; m. Lucilla Snyder. 
4G20. Mary Amstres Ellis, b. Sept. 2, 1838; d. Apr., 1878. 
4621. -f Warren Clark Ellis, b. Oct. 6, 1840; m. Alice Snyder. 
4622. Emma Amelia Ellis, b. July 20, 1848; d. June 9, 1862. 



422 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



1970. ]\1ARY^ SANFORD (same descent as 1968) b. Apr. 19, 
1806, Wayne Co., Pa. ; d. Apr. 25, 1S42, Dryden, N. Y. : m. Jesse 
B. Ilait. 

Tliey liad five children, all born in Vir^il^ N. Y. 

4r.f>.'^.-f-Eintlinc E.^ Halt, b. Dee. 11, 1S2.5; m. E. S. Griswold. 

4624. Sanfoid Ilait, b. Sept. 28, 1S2S; d. Sept. 18, IS-jo. 

462.5.+Rachel A. I[ait, b. June 24, 1S32; d. Aug. 17, 1906; m. Jacob Harris. 

4626.+:Mary W. Ilait, b. Mar. 21, 1837; d. Apr. 4, 1S9G ; m. Oliver Tyler. 

4627.+Gcrtrude E. Ilait, b. Apr. 10, 1S41; m. Oscar Smith. 

1972. LYiAIAN^ SANFORD, JR. {same descent as 1963) b. 
^Tar. 29, 1S13, Dryden, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 2, 1886, Dryden, N. Y. ; m. 
Feb. 23, 1843, Nancy Hutchings, b. IMay 12, 1818; d. June 12, 1881. 

They liad .^ix children, all b'orn in Dryden, N. Y. 

4028. JaNttte?, b. Dec. 6, 1S43; uiua. besides on her graudf.nther'H farni in 

Drvdcn, X. Y. 
4629. DeEtte, b. July 14, lS4o; m. June 3, 1872, George Hard, b. Feb. 11, 

1S45; d. Apr. 26, 1873. Ees., Dryden, X. 1'. 
4G30. Delia, b. Dec. 24, lS4o; in. Feb. S, 1S72, DeWilt C. Johnson. Res., 

Cortland, N. Y. 
4G31. Fred H., b. Nov. 15, 184S ; ra. July 9, 1890, Alice E. Fortuer, b. June 

]2, IS.nS; d. ^Far. 4, 1S9',. b'es.,' McLean, N. Y. 

4632. Alice, b. Jan. 10, 1854; d. Mar. 1, 1904. 

4633. Frank L., b. Jan. 12, 1862; unm. Ees., Dryden, N. Y. 

1974. DIAllS' SANFORD {EUmpli 8S0, Ezcldcl SIO, Ezekid 
105, ySamucI 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 22, 1805, Dryden, 
N. Y. ; d. Aug. 5, 1889, Clreemrood, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 15, 1827, John J. 
Dutcher, b. June 23, ISOO ; d. Feb. 27, 1875, Greenwood, N. Y. 

Tlicy liad seven children, all born in Greenu'ood, N. Y. 

4634.+Jaiics Dutcher, b. June 7, 1829; d. May 14, 1854; m. Saxton Atkins. 
4635.+Elizabeth Dutcher, b. June 26, 1830; d. May 13, ISSS; m. Thoni.as 

McCormick. 
4636.-fLucy Ann Dutcher, b. Nov. 26, 1832; d. June 3, 1863; m. Yenapa.h 

Wilmot. 

4637. Harrison Dutcher. 

4638. Barney Dutcher, d. in infancy. 

4639.+.\rary D. Dutcher, b. Sept. 25, ]83S; m. Henry French. 
4640. + Charity Dutcher, b. Oct. 29, 1S40; m. Freeman Eogers. 

1975. SOTON^ SANFORD {same dcscivt as 1971) b. Sept. 
11, 1807, Dryden, N. Y. : d. Dee. 28, 1859, Naples, N. Y. : m. :\Iar. 29, 
1832, Esther, dnu. of Mahlon and liCtitia :\Iitchell, b. Nov. 9. 1810, 
in Bucks Co.. Pa. : d. Sept. 13, 1901, Wayland, N. Y. 

They had thirteen children. 



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4 61 1.4- Gilbert L.«, b. Mar. 4, 1833; m. (1) RWinda Whitney; m. (2) Mrs. 

Mary Pond. 
4042. + Martha, b, Sept. 22, 1834; d. IVIar. 28, 1865; m. EdNvard Jones. 
4r)43.+Mary, b. Sept. 22, 1834; d. May 4, 1900; m. William H-irris. 
4644.^-Lotitia, b. Aug. 27, 1830; in. A. B. Shute. 

4645. + Eebecca, b. Pec. 8, 1837; m. (1) Daniel Seott ; m. (2) Isaac Staley. 

4646. Salinda, b. Mar. IG, 1839, Spriiigwater, N. Y.; d. Mar. 29, 1840, 

SpriiigAvater, N. Y. 

4647.-hABn, b. Dee. 16, 1840; ni. (1) Thoinf.s Harris; m. (2) — Schwartz. 

4648. + Saiil S., b. Aug. 1, lS-i2; m. Eaehel Burke. 
4G49.-f Ezekiel Keed, b. Aug. 2G, 1844; m. Edith Burke. 
4650.+Josephiae, b. Ckt. 4, 1846; d. Feb. 22, 1892; m. Jainet^ Harris. 
4651. Matilda, b. Apr. 10, 1848, Spriugwatcr, N. Y.; d. Jau. 1, 1853, Spring- 
water, N. Y. 
4G52.+Vau Rensselaer, b. Sept. 12, 1852; m. Cora Stewart. 

4653. Sarah Corile, b. Nov. 27, 1854, N&iiles, N. Y.; d. Mar. 13, 1859, Naples, 

N. Y. 

1.976. LYMAN^ SANFORD (same descent as 197 d) b. Sept. 
1, 1809, Dryden, N. Y. ; m. Joauna Chnbbs. jMoved to Ohio. 
Thoy liad one child. 

4654. James?. 

1977. LUCY^ SANFORD {same descent as 1974) b. Sept. 6, 
ISll, Dryden, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 7, 1S46, Sparta, N. Y. ; m Sept. 15, 
1835, William Baker Sweeten, b. Dec. 16, 1809, Philadelphia, Pa. 

They had four children, all born in Springwator, N Y. 

4655. Elizabeths Sweeten, b. Apr. 9, 1837; d. May 12, 1840, Springwater, N. Y. 
4656.-fBcnjamin Sweeten, b. Oct. 4, 1838; in. Salinda Harris. 

4657. Esther Ann Sweeten, b. Aug. 27, 1840; d. Sept. G, 1841, Springwater, 

N. Y. 
4658.+Iinos Sweeten, b. Mar. 22, 1812; m. Cornelia Tnornell. 

1978 CHLOK^ SANFORD {same descent as 1974) b. May 6, 
1814, Dryden, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 34, 1SS9, Coe, Mich.; m. June 4. 1S33, 
David Goldsmith, b. July 28, 1808; d. Apr., 1888, Coe, i^lieh. 

Tliey had ten children, all except Ferdinand, Isadora and Ran- 
som, born in Sweden, N. Y. 

4659. Augustus Leroys Goldsmith, b. June 2, 1834; d. in Grand Rapids, Mich. 
4660.-f-Ferdinand C. Goldsmith, b. June 8, 1836, Greenwood, N. Y.; d. Mar. 19, 

1896; m. Inez Brioklcy. 
4661. -f William S. Goldsmith, b. Jan. 10, 1839; m. Cornelia Veroman. 
4662.+Julia E. Goldsmith, b. Sept. 13, 1841; m. David Vonnan. 
4663.-fHannah Isabella Goldsmith, b. Jan. 10, 1844; m. George ^[eekham. 
4664. Mary A. Goldsmith, b. May 4, 1846. 



424 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 



4665. Willard H. Goldsmith, b. Sept. IG, 1S48; d. Mar. 22, 1877 in Calif oruia. 

4666.+Rebeeoa A. Gold.-mith, b. Dec. ]4, 1850; ni. James Aucampau^;!). 

4667. Isadora I. Goldsmith, b. Fob. 5, 1855, Summit, Mich.; d. Oct. 8, 1860, 

Siinimit, Mich. 
4GGS.+IJaiisom F. Goldsmith, b. Oct. 11, 185S, Sumii.it, Mich; m. Mary Ilutt. 

1979. KACHEL' SANFORD {same descent as 1974) b. 
Apr. 1, 1816, Dryden, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 12, 1854, Springwaler, N. Y. ; 
m. Oct. 15, 1836, John F. Siiiitb, b. June 16, 1808, N. Y. C. ; d. Feb. 
20, 1S80, Scottsburg- N. Y. 

They h;.d .sb: children, all except Stephen born in Springwaler, 
N. Y. 

4GG9. Stephen? Smith, b. June 11, 1S38, PLcl]l^^, N. Y.; d. Deo. 19, 1863, 
Sparta, N. Y. 

4670. Catherine Smith, b. May 11, 1S40; d. June 30, 1908. 

4671. Julia Smith, b. Mar. 39, 3342. 

4672.-{-Ceiinda Smith, b. Aug. 19, 1844; m. Vviliiam Henry. 

4673.+Andrew- Jackson Smith, b. Aug. 28, 18-19 ; d. Oct. 30, 190S; m. Sarah 

Lawrence. 
4674. ]SIartin Van Buren Smith, b. Feb. 27, 1852; d. Feb. 1, 1853, Springvrater, 

N. Y. 

1980. THOMAS J.^ SANFORD immc descent ai 1971) b. 
July 3, 1818, Dryden, N. Y. ; m. Sybil A. Stedman, b. :\ray 12, 1823 ; . 
d. Apr. 24, 1908, Osr^ian, N. Y. Mr. San ford served in the Civil 
War. Ftes., Nunda, X. Y. 

They had eleven children. 

4675.+Mary,s b. Oct. 20, 1845; m. Jan)cs Smith. 

4676. Arnold G., b. Mar. 15, 1847, Springwater, N. Y.; d. June 12, 1872, 

Ossian, N. Y. 
4677.-f Edwaid P., b. Xov. 24, 184S; m. Agnes Nickerson. 
4678.+Laura S., b. Dec. 19, 1850; d. .July 17, 1887; m. Levi Wliite. 
4679.+Selah Thomas, b. July 9, 1853; d. Dec. 22, 1896; m. Ida Dounftt. 

4680. Harrison B., b. Jan. 12, 1857, Conesus, N. Y.; unni. Kes., Traverse 

City, Mich. 

4681. Kebecca J., b. Xov. 29, 1 858, Nunda, X. Y. ; d. Feb. 11, 1861, Ossian, 

N. Y. 
4682.4-Israel C, b. May 13, 1861; m. Emily Edmunds. 
4683.+Elisaph L., b. Apr. 2, 18G4; m. Elizabeth Voakes. 
4684. Eachel E., b. Jan. 29, 1868, Ossian, X. Y.; m. Soton Eugene Sanford 

(spc 4695) . Ees., Ayr, Mich. 
4685.4-Klcanah IT., b. Feb. 15, 1870; m. Lucy Holmes. 

1981. BIOS nURD^ SANFORD {same descent as 1974) b. 
Feb. 25, 1820, Dryden, N. Y.; d. Apr. 27, 1905, Alausou, Mich.; 



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m. Dec. 14, 1848. Letiti;!, dan. of .Alalilun MitdieJl, b Ma> 10, 1826, 
Sparta, N. Y. K'os. ALiuson, ^^.lieh. 

They lind twelve children, all born in Spriiig water, X. Y. 

46S6.+Elii-.a Anns, b. Dec. 2, 1841; w. Horace Barber. 

46S7.+^r?lrdzr^un Mitchell, b. June 22, 1S46; m. iJ^ana Green. 

46S8. Theodore 2\>lsou, b. Dec. 21, 18-18; d. 1854, Springv.atHr, N. Y. 

4GS9.+rrank)ir, Wallace, h. Feb. 6, 1851; d. -Aug. 5, 1902; m. EJla Matoon. 

4690. Leroy Yalores,. b. Apr. 30, lS5o; num.; ros. Alansou, Micl). Tha 

greater j^art of tlie data as to the despeiidanis of Eliijaph Sanford, 
Sr., Tras very kindly furnished by Mr. Leroy Sanford, v.-ho took 
especial interest iji the ■S7ork, spending considerable time in gathering 
tlie same, and for all of which tlie autlior feels gratefi'l. 

4691. EicLard Cresan, b. Sept. G, 1854. 

4692.-fI^i:ary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 8, ISHT; m. IVter Bnrdick. 

4693.-}-Emnia Philena, b. Feb. So, 1859; d. Ivov. 21, bS95; in. Oeorge Buokner. 

4694. +lda Matilda, b. Jan. 14, 1861; m. George Hnrst. 

4695.-fSoton Eugene, b. Aj.t. 7, 1862; m. Eaciiel Sanford. 

4696.+Hattie Ellis, b. Sept. 10, 1864; ni. Coleman Van Horn. 

4697.+William Alonzo, b. Aug. 19, 1868; ni. Jlary Noble. 

1GS2. ELISAPIP SAXPO}^, JR. (seme descent as 1974) b. 
Feb. 24, 1823, Dryden, X. Y. ; m. 1846. Ruth, dnu. of Benjamin 
Carpenter, b. Auj?. 3, 1821, Sprin.f; water, X. Y. ; d. July 5, 1S65, 
Conesus, X. Y. Res., rratisbnrg, X. Y. 

Tliey had nine children, the first four all born in Springwater, 
X. Y., and the last iive in Conesu.s, X. Y. 

4G98.+Lncindas, b. May o, 1847; ni. E. Eice. 
4699.+Lyman, b. Sept. 1, 1848; m. Viola Graves. 

4700. Augelia, b. July 2, 1850; d. Aug. 7, 3874, Gloversvillc, N. Y. 

4701. 1 lien, b. July 81, 1852; d. Nov. 7, ISSS, Plattsbnrg, X. Y.; m. 1S7S, 

Mcr\in, son of I-ulher Foster; no children. 

4702. Seth, b. Oct. 20, 1854; m. Ida, dau. of Asahel Strong; no children. 

4703. Bertha, b. Dec. 5, 1856; d. July ], 186;% Conesus, N. Y. 
4704.4-Dinns, b. Mar. 28, 1859; m. Stuart Dllknbeck. 

4705. Coratilda, b. Aug. 24, 1861; d. Jan. 5, Es62, Conesus, X. Y. 

4706. Lydia, b. Sept. 14, 1SG4; d. Apr. 25, 1865, Conesus, N. Y. 

1991. STEPIIEX^ SAXFOR.D {Enos 838, Evos 322, Zacha- 
riah W7, Samuel 23, Thomas :">, Thomas 1) h. Oct. 2, 1796, Paris, 
N. Y.; d. XoY. 20, 1SS4, Batavia. X. Y. : m. Emma Russell, b. in 
Palmyra, X. Y. ; d. Xov., 1880, Fairpoi-1. X. Y. 

Mr. Sanford served in the War of 1812. 

Tiicy had one chikl. 

4707.+George Kussell^ b. Atar. 3, bS24; m. Majy Barnura. 



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1992. SAMUEL ENOS" SAN.FORD {satne descent as 1991) 
b. Dec. 30, 179S; d. June 27, 1868; m. Dorcas Alderman. 
They liad six ehildreu, all born m Yieinia, 0. 

4708.4-Lorenda R.s, b. A])r. 3, 1S21; d. Aug. 29, 1005; in. John WillianiS. 
4709. Elmrr A., b. Oct. IG, 1822; d. Apr. 12, 1SS7; served in Civil War. 
4710.-1-Era.sl.us M., b. Nov. 23, 1825; d. Mar. 4, 1905; m. (1) Emily Woodford; 
m. (2) Belle Atkinson. 

4711. Lerov Warren, b. Nov. 25, 1830; m. Mary Wagner; no children. He 

went to California in 1846. Walked across Isthmus of Panama. 

4712. Lorcna JJ., b. Oct. 21, 1837; d. Mar. 30, 1841. 
4713.+Nob]e Testis, b. Jan. 18, .1843; m. Ostin Leete. 



1994. TRUMAN C.^ SANFOliD {same, descent ch 1991) b. 
Dec. 1, 1802; d. .Aiar. 4, 1870; ra. Sept. 8, 1S25, Jane Sampson, b. 
Mar. 12, 1806 ; d. Dee. 17, 1887. 

Tliey had five cliildren. 

4714. Nancv E.% b. June 19, 1828; d. Juno 22, 1894; m. Osborn; no 

children. 
4715.-|-1'.liza .Jane, b. Nov. 14, 1830; m. Alexander Hunter. 
471G.-f-Martha A., b. May 12, 1834; m. Thomas Porter. 
4717.-1-Kebecca A., b. Apr. 30, 1838; m. Marshall Long. 

4715. Truman S., b. June 10, 1848; d Oct. 17, 1900. 

1995. GEORGE WASHINGTON^ SANFORD {same descent 
as 1991) b. Feb. 6, 1805, Paris, N. Y. ; d Aii^. 21, 1882, Fairport, 
N. Y.; m. 1835, Eli/.abeth Fiopldus, d. 1882. Mr. Sanford was a 
God-fearing, consistent, Christian man. He consecrated much of 
his time and property to the T^Iethodist Episcopal Church, of -wliich 
he ])ecarA^ a member in early life. After his marriage he moved to 
Oliio, where he lived for fifteen years, removing to Fairport, N.Y., 
where the remaindei- of his life was spent. 

They had three children. 

Two died young. 
4719. Helens, unm.; res. Fairport, N. Y. 

2003. WILIA:\I' SANFORD {same descent as 1991) b. 
Sept. 7, 1830'; m. Jan. 18, 1855, l^Fary Johnson. Res., Fnuikliu, Pa. 
They h?d four children. 

4720.-|-Charlcs% b. O'/t. 5, 1S5G; in. Mary Jones. 
4721.-l-.iohn T., b. Apr. 12, 1858; m. lAzAe Poberts. 
4722. Truman, b. Mar. 17, 186G. 
4723.-|-CouTtney S., b. June 14, 18G9; m. Mary Koouigk. 





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2008. CARSON E.f SANFORD {same descent as 1991) b. 
Apr. 13, 1844; m. Sarah J. Johnson, b. Apr. 11, 1814, Franklin, Pa. 
Res., Franklin, Pa. 

They had seven ehildrcn. 

4724. Aufri'.stus S.s, b. Sept. 6, 186G. A boiler maker in Pittsburg, Pa. 

4725. Melvin, b. Oct. ISCS; d. June 27, 1905. 
472G. Leonard. 

4727. Nowell J., b. Nov. 22, 1S71. A boiler maker in Franklin, Pa. 

4728. William L., b. Mar. ], 1873. 

4729. Anna, b. July 1, 1S77. 

4730. ^\•illi.s ])., b. Apr. 22, 1833. A boilei maker in Colorado. 

2028. BETSEY^ SANFORD {Tiius 859, William 362, Wil- 
liam 118, Thomas 27, Thomas 5, Thom.as 1) b. 1797, New Haven, 
Ct. ; cl. in Carbondale, Pa.; rn. Solomon Enss, of Nev,- Haven, Ct. 

They had seven children. 

4731.-[-Gof'r;;:e Eiiss"^, b. in New Haven, Ct.; d. in Perth Amboy, N. J.; m. 

Sarah Crowell. 
4732.+Wi]liam Euss, m. Sarah Lnrkin. 

4733. Isaac Euss, hold a large practice as dentist in Carbondale, Pa. 

4734. Elizabeth Eus3. 

4735. Daniel Eus3. 

4736. Sarah Enss. 

4737. Caroline Euss. 

2030. ELIAS" SANFORD {same cksceni as 502S) b. in New 
Haven. Ct. ; d. in Perth Aniboy, N. J.; m. Deborah Russ, in New 
Haven, Ct. 

They had two children, born in New Haven, Ct. 

4738.-!- Jane E.% b. Oct. 12, 1S31; d. July 23, 1881; m. Peter Yan Pelt. 

4739. Andrew, d. Perth Amboy, N. J., ag. 18 year.s. 

2032. ^lARIAV SANFORD {same dcsceni as 202S) b. in New 
Haven, Ct. ; d. in Perth Amboy, N. J. ; m. George Redfiold, her 
brother-in-law. 

They had one child. 

4740. ^Farias Eedfield, d. in Perth Amboy, X. J., ag. 22 years. 

2033. HARRIET^ SANFORD {same descent as 202S) b. in 
New Haven, Ct. ; d. in Perth Amboy, N. J.; m. Phineas Spencer in 
New Haven. Ct. 

Thev had fonr children. 



428 THE THOMAS SANFOin) FA^TTLY 

47dl. Mary Spencer, rn. Jolin Werks, of Loiig Island, N. Y. 

i7i2. John Spcnecr, m. Abbie . 

4743. George Spencer, d. ag. 18 years. 

4744. Emma Jane Spencer, La. William Fotbergill. 

2034. ELA:\r SANFORD {s(nne descent as ^02S) h. Aug. 31, 
1815, Kev: Haven, Ct. ; d. July 21, 1881, Perth Amboy, N. J.; in. 
Oct. 21, 1834, Jerusiia Larkin, granddaughter of Dr. Joshua Larkin, 
b. P^eb. 14, 1820, Kev/ Haven, Ct. ; d. IMareli 15, 1910. Mr. Sanford 
went to Perth Amboy Avhen a lad. He was Deputy Collector of the 
Port of Perth Ambo}' imder Pres. Millard Filbaore; Postmaster 
from Apr. 1, 1869, until his death. 

The}^ had six children, all born in Perth Amboy, N. J. 

4745. -j- Jane Annas, b. July 10, 1836; m. Harry Overington. 
4746.+Elam Miles, b. Sept. 24, 183S; m. Elizabeth Gregory. 
4747. Medora, b. Mar. 24, 1S42; m. Feb. 29, 1892, Louis Lorenzo Todd, of 

N. Y. City; b. Jan. 30, 1837, Cold Brook, Mass.; no children. Mrs. 

Todd has fnrnlshed the record for her branch of the Sanford family. 

Ees. Ocean Grove, N. J. 
4748.+Augusta Melinda, b. ^.lay 15, 1844; m. Capt. Charles Crowell. 
4749.+Edward Sweezey, b. Dee. 20, 1846; m. Mary Kingsley. 

4750. Henry McKnight, b. Oct. 2, 1S52; d. Nov. 11, 1852.' 

2035. HULDAH" SANFORD (same descent as 2028) b. 1817, 
New Plaven, Ci. ; d. in Perth Amboy, N. J. ; m. David JMorehouse at 
Perth Amboy, N. J. 

They had four children, all born in Perth Amboy, N. J. 

4751. Elijahs Morehouse. 

4752. Albert Morehouse. 

4753.+Kulc' iJ) Morehouse, d. July 3, IfOO; m. "William Eeagan. 

4754. David Morehouse. 

2038. JANE^ SANFORD {same descent as 2028) b. July, 
1819, New Haven, Ct. ; d. in Perth Amboy, N. J.; m. John 
La Forge, of Staten hsland, N. Y. 

Tney had one child. 

4755. George Heurys La Forge, b. in Perth Amboy, N. J.; d. in South 

Amboy, N. .J., ag. 21 years. 

2041. GILES' COOPER {Asa 866, Caleb 368, Desire 129, 
John 32, Thomas ',, Thomas J) b. IMar. 10, 1804, Derby, Cr. ; d. i\lay 
29, 1857, Taunton, Mass.; m. Mar. 10. 1828, Lorinda, dau. of 
Edward and Eunice (Sanford) l-^owlor, of T^Iilrord, Ct., b. May 29, 




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No. 2034 



EIGHTH GENEEATIOX 429 



LS06, I\Iilford, Ct. ; d. Dee. 11, 1888, New Haven, Ct. {See No. 69 in 
Andrew Sanford family for Eunice Sanford. Fowler's lineage.) 
They Jiad tliree cliildrcn, all born m New Haven, Ct. 

4756. Elizabeths Cooper, b. .Ian. 13, 1831; d. Mar. 7, 1841, New Havon, Ct. 
4757.+Frederick Giles Cooper, b. June 22, 1833; m. Cliarlotte Gregory. 

4758. Henry Sanford Cooper, b. Nov. 15, 1838 ; d. July 19, 1908, New Haven, 

Ct. ; unm. 

2043. BETSEY' COOPER {same descent as 2011) h. Oct. 
21, 1805; d. ^lay 29, 1887, Waterlmiy. Ct. ; m. Mar. 11, 1S27, Elizur 
E., son of David Prichard, Jr., of Waterbury, Ct. 

Tliey had five children. 

4759. Elizabeth A.s Prit chard, b. Feb. 24, 1S2S; d. Dec. 27, 1854. 

4760. Sarah J. Pritchard, b. Jan. 11, 1S30; ura-i. 
47G1. Sun, b. Pfb. 22, 183 1; d. Feb. 2G, 1S34. 

47C2. Catherine A. Pritchard, b. Sept. 15, 1836; iinm. 

47G3. Florence C. Pritchard, b. Apr. 3, 1S43; d. Doe. 25, 1S99; unm. 

2044. HANNAH' COOPER {same elesccnt as 2041) d. in 
Derby, Ct. ; m. Jeremiah Andrews. 

They had three children. 

4764. Adelaide^ Andrews. 
47G5. Hannah Andrews. 

4766. George Andrews. 

2047 MARY ANN^ LEETE {Lucrefia S71, Eliada 373, John 
130, John 32, Thomas 5, Tliomas 1) b. Apr. 5, 1830, North Haven, 
Ct.; d. Mar. 5, 1874, North Haven, Ct.; m. Henry Bradley, b. Apr. 
28, 1801, North Haven, Ct. ; d. Feb. 26, 1896, New Haven, Ct. 

T]\ey liad fonr children, all born in North Haven, Ct. 

4767. Betsey Anns Bradley, b. 1830; d. 1832, No. Haven, Ct. 
4768.+Henry E. Bradley, b. May 16, 1833; m. Sarah Henry. 

4769. Ann B. Bradley, b. Apr. 8, 1837; rn. June 6, 1867, Nelson Hine;' no 

children; res. New Haven, Ct. 
4770.+Fred C. Bradley, b. July 11, 1845; m. Nellie Marks. 

2048. LUCRETIA^ LEETE {snme descent as 2047) b. Sept. 
G, 1812. North Haven, Ct. ; d. T^Iar. 19, 1870, ^Yest Haven, Ct. ; ra. 
1830, William I'eck. 

They had ten children. 

4771.+George Lynians Peck, b. Sept. 30, 1832; d. Feb. 3, 1908; ui. Fannie 
Fosdic. 



430 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 

4772.+William Augustus Peck, b. Sept. 9, 1831; d. July 3, 1898; m. Emma 

Chase. 
47?3.+Eliza Jane Peck, b. Aug. 1, 1836; d. 1890; m. Joseph Andrews. 
477i.-f Caroline Dorcas Peck, b. Sept. 2, 1S3S; m. George Anderson. 

4775. Eherman Simmons Peck, b. Dec. 14, 1S40; d. 1SG3. 

4776. Nancy Ann Peck, b. Oct. 23, 1813. 

4777.+ James Harvey peck, b. Dec. 8, 1S45; m. Henrietta Thompson. 

4778. Henry Peck, b. June, 1847; d. June, 1847. 

4779. Emma Lucretia Peck, b. Nov. 2-i, 1849. 

4780. Clara Augusta Marion Peck, b. Sept. 27, 1853; d. July, 1879. 

2049. ELIZA A.^ LEETE {same descent as 201?) b. Feb. 18, 
1815, North Haven, Ct. ; d. Maj- 30, 1881, WaUiugford, Ct. ; m. (1) 

Lucius Dudley; m. (2) Fore; m. (3) Stred; Jones, of YTal- 

liugford, Ct. 

She had one child by first marriage. 

4781. Florillas Dudley, m. Godfrey. 

2050. PIARYEY BIUKAE' LEETE {same desccni as 2017) 
b. Aug. 2, 1817. North Haven, Ct.; d. Sept. 11, 1888, North Haven, 
Ct. ; m. 1() Oct. 7, 1849, Cynthia, dau. of Allen and Amanda (Post) 
Clark, b. July 22, 1833, Essex, Ct. ; d. Oct. 10, 1871, Orange, Ct. ; 
rn. (2) May 13, 1874, :\rary E.', dau. of Hanford and Harriet 
(Andrews) Isbell, b. Sept. 6, 1839, Waterbury, Ct. ; d. Dec. 21, 1903, 
North Haven, Ct. 

They had seven children. 

4782. Ollie A.s Leete, b. July 27, 1850, Nevr Haven, Ct. ; d. Mar. 11, 1881, 

Willington, Ct.; m. Oct. 20, 1871, John J. Hemmeler; no children. 

4783. George Leete, b. Oct. 3, 1852, New Haven, Ct.; d. June 21, 1870, Orange, 

Ci. 

4784. Cj-nthia ^l. Leete, b. Apr. 10, 1858, New Haven, Ct.; unm.; res. No. 

Haven, Ct. 

4785. Harvey Pidkar Leete, Jr., b. June 16, 1859, New Haven, Ct.; m. (1) 

Nellie Dimock; m. (2) Nov. 10, 1908, Marj- C, dau. of Clement and 
Mary (deFassion) Cornelis, b. Nev. 17, 1884, Wolcott, Ct.; no 
children; res No. Haven, Ct. 

4786.+William P. Leete, b. Dec. IS, 1804; m. Mary Grout. 

4787._|_GeoTge H. Leete, b. Apr. 21, 1875; m. Annie Becroft. 

4788. Harriet L. Leete, b. Feb. 15, 1878, Westville, Ct. ; unm.; res. North 
Haven, Ct. 

2053. ^l^V.Y ANGELINE^ SANFORD iPerit 873, FAiada 
373, John 130, Jolin 32, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 22, 1818; d. 
Oct. 10, 1898, Boston, Mass.; m (1) May 14, 1840, George G. I\lun- 
son; m. (2) Jan. 5, 1842, Elam W. Hale. 



EIGHTH GEIsERATION 431 



She had one child by second marriage. 
4789. Katheriucs Hale, b. Jan. 4, 1843; d. Jan. 4, 1858. 

2054. KLIZA A." SANFORD (same descent as 2053) b. Nov. 
15, 182e, North Haven, Ct. ; m. Feb. 17, 1848, Levi G. Si]]i)ii?m. 
They had two chihJren. 

4790.+ Julius Saniord'^ Silliinnu, b. Apr. 3, ISCO; d. Jau. 1883. 

4791. Julia Silliinan, d. young. 

2955. LUCY A.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2053) b. 
Nov. 15, 1826, North Haven, Ct. ; d. Mar. 17, 1907, Nev/ Haven, Ct. ; 
m. Oct. G, 18-lC. Lyman E. IMimson. Mr. Mnnson was United Slates 
Judge of >\ronLana, appointed by Abraham Lincoln. 

They had tliree children. 

4792. Warthas Munson, b. May 12, 1850, Nortli Haven, Ct.; unm.; res. New 

Haven, Ct. 
4793.+Mary K. Munson, b. Dee. 8, 18-56; ni. Prof. T. H. Eussell. 
479-1. +Edward Lyman Munson, b. Dee. 27, 18C8; m. Marta Sehneelock. 

2056. WHITING STTLLMON^ SANFORD {FAiada S74, 
FAiada 373, John 130, John 32, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 15, 
1822, North Haven, Ct. ; d. Sept. 28, 1907, Ottawa. Can Buried 
in Nortli Haven, Ct. ; m. Dee. 5, 1849, Frances L Brown, b. in New 
Haven, Ct. 

They had three children, all born in New Haven, Ct. 

4795. Arthur Browns, b. Sept. 8, 1850; d. in California. 

4796. Helen Abbot, b. Oct. 13, 1857; num.; res. N. Y. City. 

4797. + Ilorace Monroe, b. Oct. 13, ISCO; m. Harriot "Embler". 

2057. NANCY ELIZABETH^ SANFORD (same dcsceyit as 
2056) b. Aug. 29, 1824, North Haven, Ct. ; m. Nov. 29, 1S44, Dr. 
George A. Moody, b. 1821 ; d. Nov. 23, 1877, North Haven, Ct. Res- 
Pequaback, Ct. 

They had five children, all born in Plainville, Ct. 

4798. Henry A.s Moody, b. Oct. 31, 1847; unm.; res., Pequabuck, Ct. 

4799. George Sanford Moody, b. Dee. 20, 1851; d. Apr. 21, 1854, Plaiuville, 

Ct. 

4800. William Collins Moody, b. Mar. 13, 1853; d. Aug. 1, 1861, Plainville, 

Ct. 
4801.+Char]es Wliitin^ Moody, b. May 13, 1857; m. Carrie Barnes. 
4802.-}-Elizabeth Sanford Moody, b. June 3, 18C5; m. George Scott. 



•132 THE THOMAS .SANFOKD I'AMILY 



2058. BR. CHARLES EDWIN^ SANFORD (same descent 
as 20jG) b. :\Iay 31, 1830, North Haven, Ct. ; m. Nov. 8, 1S55, Anna 
Neal, b. Sept. 14, 1836, Bridgeport, Ct. 

Dr. Sanford early attended district school iu North Haven, 
■vvitJi his sister as caretaker, v.aiich, he frankly admits, .she lias been 
to him through life. Later he attended the high school of Rev. 
"Armin" Linsley and, still later, began preparation for college 
under a private tutor. His eyes giving him some trouble he gave 
his time from the age of 14 to ]9 to commercial life in New Llaven; 
there he spent a year in school with H. D. Smith, when he taught 
for a year. In 1849, he began the study of medicine with his 
brother-in-law r_)r. S. A. :\[oody at Plainviile Center. In 1853, he 
was graduated from tlie medical department of Yale College, -\viien 
he entered into practice v\-ith Dr. Moody. 

In 1857, becoming interested iu Homeopathy, he gave the next 
two years to a study and practical demonstration of its teachings, 
when he em.braced its tenets and in 1859 removed to Bridgeport, 
where he has since been in active practice. It is his pride that 
among his clientele as a physicicin he has nuiabered many of the 
most prominent families, men and women of the city. During all 
his years of practice he has had and now holds the confidence of the 
people of tJie city, not only in his ability as a physician, but as a 
good neighbor, wise counselor, upright and public-spirited citizen 
in Avhom trust can be implicitly reposed. His practice absorbing 
Ids time he never sought office or engaged in politics. However, in 
1883, he was nominated by Mayor Pyle as a member of the board of 
health, and though loath to accept, finally did, entering with zeal 
into the discharge of his duties, and bringing about several impor- 
tant reform.s in the sanitary condition and methods of the city. He 
was elected chairman of the Board at its first meeting, which posi- 
tion he held during his term of otnce. 

He has been three times president of the State Homeopathic 
Society, and tlie last time honored by its presidency when a grand 
dinner was given on the fiftieth anniversary of the Society at Hart- 
ford. He has also been twice president of the Bridgeport Homeopa- 
thic Society and also a member of the American Homeopathic 
Society. 

Iu addition to his practice he has found time to write many 
papers and addresses of a medical and secular character, as also 
some short poems of real merit. As a writer he is clear and thought- 
ful showing a well stored mind. 




DR. CnAKLf:S E. SANFORD 
No. 205S 



EIGHTH GENEEATION 433 

He joined the Congregational Church of North Haveu at the 
age of 13 and the South Congregational Church of Bridge}>ort in 
1859, of Avhich he hcis held the position of deacon for two terms. 
He joined the Masons at Harmony Lodge at New Britain, vrhen 26, 
but has not kept up lodge work. He is a charter member of the 
Seaside Club. He is also, and has ever been, an earnest supporter 
of the Y. M. C. A. and the Boys' Club. 

Dr. Sanford is an earnest, sincere, Christian gentleman, ever 
throwing his influence for the right and good in all the worthy, 
benevolent activities of his church, city and state. 

He attributes much of what good there is in him eind that he 
has been able to do to the wise teaching, Christian spirit and influ- 
ence of his mother. At the age of 78 he is hale and hearty, sur- 
passing many men at the age of fifty. Only recently he travelled 
400 miles to visit the editor of this work. 

They had four children. 

4803.+George H.s, b. Apr. 13, 1857; in. Minnie Taylor. 
4804.+ Julia B., b. Aug. 7, 1861; m. C. 11. Callioun. 

4805. Grace, b. July 22, 1870; d. young. 

4806. Frederick, b. Aug. 4, 3S74; d. young. 

2059. I\rARY^ SANFORD (Whiting S7n, Eliada 373, John 
130, John 32, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) m. James IMilligan, of Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

They had one child. 

4807. Johns Milligan. 

2062. CORNELIAS STREET {Bandall f 55, Mahd 375, John 
130, John 32, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 9, ^805, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y.; d. Oct. 16, 1872; m. iSug. 25, 1828, AYilliam Gayer, son of 
Capt. Samuel and Ida (Bicker) Dayton, b. in N. Y. C. He was 
Inspector for Fire Insurance Companies and also j\Iaster of various 
vessels. 

They had four children. 

4808. Mary Elizabeths Dayton, b. Juuo 9, 1829; d. Oct. LS50; in. Mar. 4, 

1850, Charles A. Crackbone. 
4809.+Cornelia Livingston Dayton, b. Apr. 14, 1832; d. Apr. 27, 1867; in. 

Elijah Ivosencranlz. 
4810.-flda Dayton, b. Sept. 14, 1838; ni. Prof. William Deck. 
4811.+Jane Kcid Daytou, b. June 11, 1S46; d. Mar. 14, 1S71; m. Frederick 

Kidder. 

(28) 



434 THE TJIOilAfJ SANFOKD FAMILY 



2CG3. ■WILLlA.Ar INGRAIIAM/ STEEET (same descent as 
2062) b. May 11, 1807, Pougl.keepsie, N. Y. ; d. Oct." 23, 1863; m. 
Apr. 18, 1842, Susan AVatts, dau. of Robert and Ann (Livingston) 
Kearney of Ponglikeepsie, N. Y., b. in Pouglikeepsie, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 
20, 1893, N. Y, C. Buried at I'ouglikeepsie, N. Y. 

They had tliiee children. 

4812.+William Angiistnss Street, b. June 26, 18-13; m. Lucy Morgan. 
4B13.+Anna Livingstou Eeade Street, b. May ]8, ISiG; m. Hou. Levi Morton. 
4814. Robert Kcaniey Street, b. Aug. 1850; d. Mar. 1S51. 

2064, ALFRED BILLINGS^ STREET {same descent as 
3062) h. Dee. 18, ISIO, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; d. June 2, 1881; m. 
Nov. 3, 1841, Elizabeth Weed. Mr. 'Street studied law with his 
father and conunenced praetiee at IMoniicello, N. Y. In 1830, he 
moved to Alliany, N. Y, and was for many years State Librarian. 
He contributed largely, both in prose and verse, to periodicals. In 
1842, he published in verse "The Burning of Schenectady and 
Other Poems," in 1844, "Dravriugs and Tintings," in 1S4C, "Fugi- 
tive Poems" and in 1849, "Fronteuac." His prose worbs were 
"The Council of Revision of the State of New York," 1859, 
"Woods and Waters, or the Sarauae and the Racket," 1860, 
"Digest of Taxation in the United States," 18G3, and the "Indian 
Pass," 1869. Mr. Street was the Class Orator, Yale, 1851. 

They had one child. 

4S15.4-A]frecl Weed^ Street, b. Feb. 15, 1844; m. Delia "Koenis". 

2089. SARAH" STREET (same descent ts 2062) b. Dec. 21, 
1819, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 10, 1844, Benjamin C. Barrrdl. 
;Mr. BarroU was a lawyer in Baltimore, ]\rd. 

They had iiine children all born in Baltimore, Md. 

481G. Jubfin Street^ Barroll, b. Aug. 12, 1845; m. Minuie Covassie; no 

children. 
4817.+Bcujamin Crockett Barroll, b. July 3, 1847; m. Emelie Lee. 
483 8. Mary Barroll, d. young. 
4819. Sarah Dorsey Barroll, d. young. 
482n. Mary Barroll, b. May 3, 1853. 
4821.+Cornelia Street Barroll, b. Feb. 5, 1856; d. Feb. IS, 1885; m. Nathaniel 

Thayer. 
482?. Alfred Street Barroll, b. Nov. 23, 1857. 

4823. -f Maud Livingston Barroll, b. Feb. 9, 1860; m. Joel Ransom. 
4824. Thomas Danellan Barroll, b. Oct. 21, 1862; res. Boston, Mass. 



ETGTITII GENERA TION 



2071. FANNY MAR1A7 SANFORD (Linus 8S9, XW,scs 382, 
Moses 133, John 32, T/ioinas 5, Thomas 1) b. July 11, 3 811, Brkl- 
port, Yt.; d. May 3, 1890; m. Sept. 13, 1832, Lyman Laiigdon, b. 
Sept. 13, 1809, Canton, N. Y. ; d. Awz. 20, 1900, Canton, N. Y. 

They had ten children, the last six all born in Defiance, 0. 

4825. Mary ElizaS Laiigdon, h. June 7, 1835; d. Sept. 17, 1837. 

482(3. Henry Augustus Langdon, b. Apr. 4, 1S37; d. July IS, 1838. 

4827. L3^n:^n Adelbert Laiigdon, b. Sept. 2, 1S39; d. Jan. 27, 1842. 

4828. Helen Delilah Langdon, b. Sept. 23, 18-12; d. June 13, 1849. 

4829. Lucia Langdon, b. June 7, 1845; ni. (1) Jan. 30, 1894, Ezra Leonard; 

m. (2) Cbai-les Herzer; no children; res. Dodge City, K^m. 
4S30. + Addic Langdon, b. June C, 1848; ni. John Bridenbaugh. 
4831.+Einma Langdon, b. Oet. 1, 1850; m. John Sheffield. 

4832. + Alinyra I-angdon, b. Mar. 2, 1853; m. Orin Sisoo. 

4833. + Grace Langdon, b. Juuo 20, 1855; m. Jacob Reid. 

4834. Peter Linus Langdon, b. Dec. 12, 1857; d. Jan. 4, 1853. 

2073. SENACA ALONZO" SANFOKD {same descent as 
2071) 1). June 9, 181G, Shoivluim, Yt. ; d. Oct. 21, 1893, Chicago, 
111.; m. (1) Angr. 4, 184], ITavriet Cecelia, dan, of AVilliom Boyden, 
b. July 25, 1818, Canton, N. Y. ; d- Mar. 11, 1861, Stryker, 0.; m. 
(2) Feb. 1, 1862, Mary, dan. of Edward :\[cConeghy, b. June 21, 
1841, South Argyle, N. Y. Ees. Stryker, 0. 

He had six children by first and one by second marriage. 

4S35.+Jared Eugene"*, b. Nov. ]0, 1842; d. Mar. ]3, 1900; m. (1) Laura 
Furlong; in. (2) Eumia Morse; in. (3) Edith Pershing. 

4S36.+Calista Leonora, b. July 14, 1S41; in. (1) ; in. (2) Elbridge 

Pierce. 

4837. Roswell Alonzo, b. Dec. 19, 1845, Fanner, Ohio; d. Nov. 22, 1867, 
Kendalville, Ind, 

4848.+ Florence Maria, b. Jan. 17, 1851; in. Charles Peacock. 

4839. Clara Augusta, b. Dec. 13, 1S53, Ft. ^Yayne, Tnd.; d. Nov. 19, ]8G9, 

Cliicago, 111. 

4840. Augustus Boydon, b. Nov. 21, 1859; d. Feb. 25, ISGO, Stryker, Ohio. 
4S41. Minnie, b. Dec. 22, 1867, Kendalville, Ind. 

2074. LUCIA LOUISA^ SANFOT^D (same (hsccnt as 2071) 
b. Apr. 29, 1819, Canton, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 12, 1902, Canton, N. Y. ; m. 
Dec. 1, 1841, Truman Barnes, b. July 12, 1814, Canton, N. Y.; d. 
Nov. 17, 1891, Canton, N. Y. 

They had four children, all bom in Canton, N. Y. 

4842. + Sanford L.s Barnes, b. l^fay 7, 1840; d. Sept. 19, 1899; m. Emma Clark. 
4S43.4-George E. BarncF, b. May 22, 1S49; ni. Maria Clark. 

4844. Helen M. Barnes, b. Mar. 16, 1S53; d. Apr. 10, 1865, Canton, N. Y. 

4845. Jesse T. Barnes, b. Sept. 22, 1857; d. Sept. 8, ISGO, Canton, N. Y. 



436 



THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



2075. WESLEY PERKIXS^ SANFORD {same descent a. 
2071) b. Apr. 2i, 1822, Canton, N. Y. ; d. D.c. 3, 3 899; m'. (1) Aug 
11, 1844, Lovisa Barnes, b. i\rar. 10, 1825; d. Nov. 17, 1S9S ; m (2) 
iMrs. Charles Strattoji. -Res., Canton, N. Y. 

Hq had nine childreji by first marriage. 

4S46.+Marion L.?, b. Mar. 10, 1S46; m. William Scott 
4847.+Mary E., b. Apr. 10, lS-i9; m. Jfunes Miller 

4S19. + &ne]don E., b. Aug. 25, 1855; m. Lizzie Kroiz. 

4S51. + Orpha DeEtte, b. July 26, ISGO; m. Frar.L Goddard 
48o2.+Senoc.a A b. Aug. 31, 18G2; d. Dee. 17, 1S99; n>. Maria Turkey. 
48od. Mason F., b. Jan. 27, ISCo; d. Feb. 23 ISHa 
4854.+Yirgiuia M., b. Aj-r. 23, IsW;' d. Apr! 'le^ 1897 ; m. John Fortner. 

2076. NANCY ELIZA^ SANFORD (....,. desccnf as 2071) 
h du y la 1825, Canton, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 8, 1889, Danville, 111 • m 
(1) Mar. 12. 1846, Dr. William C. Porter, b. Auc. .30 IS^S Fair' 
field, 0.; d. Apr. 26, 1855, Defiance, 0. ; m. (2) Jime 20, 3858 Ezra 
A. Leonard, b. Mar. 17, 1829, Pierrepont, N. Y. ; d. Sept 14 1896 
Danville, 111. . ' ■ » 

She had four children by first and three by second marriage. 
4855.+Adelaide Theresas Porter, b. Oct. 2, 1847; :.. Columbus Coulter. 
4So6. Eebecca Conkej Porter, b. Sept. 4, 1S50, Evausport, Ohio; d ATar 7 

lSa2, Evansport, Ohio. ' ' 

4S57. Frank Augustus Porter, b. Feb. 15, 18.^3, Defiance. Ohio; d. Feb 17 

1853, Defiance, Ohio. 
4858. Nellie C. Porter, b. Apr. 22, 1854, Defiance, Ohio; d. Jan. 2, 1S55 

Defiance, Ohio. ' ' ' 

48roln h-'t"""1' '• '"" '' ''''' '■ ""'''■ -'' ''''■' -• J<^-Pb English. 
48G0.+IT.ttio Leonard, m. • Graham. 

4861.+Fanuy Leonard, m. W. L. Tucker. 

.ZJ n. '•' ^^'^' ^ '"''"' ^"^^^ ^•■- ^- ^''^- ^' l^^S; m. O.t. 3 
]8o2, Christina Leonard, b. Apr. 1, 1827, Pierrepont, N. Y 

They had two children, born in Canton, N. Y. 
4862. Ezra M.s, b. Apr. 18, 1855; d. Oct. 5, 1858, Canton N Y 
48G3.+.Jenme L., b. Mar. 18, 1859; m. Edgar Bingham. ' " " 

... fr-J'r]''^'^ E.MIIGGINS (Anna 892, Moses 3S2, Moses 
133, John o2, Thomas 5, 1 homas 1) b. Aj.r. 23, 1817 Biidport Vt • 
d. June 18, 1873, Brandon, Yt. ; m. Oct. 6, 1842, Catherine M D-iy' 
b. Aug. 15, 1820, Geneva, N. Y. ; d. Juno 20, 1875, Brandon Vt' 



EIG]iTH GENEFfATION 437 



? Taey had foiiv chiWrcj":, F'M born in Braiidon, Vt. 

4SC4. Fraiiccss Lomiine Higpiis, b. Sepl. 12, lS4b; d. June 5, 1S5S, BranOon, 

Vt, 
^. 4S6n.+Ellc;n Palmer Uii^-iu;?, b. Sept. 30, ]84S; c!. Pec. 22, 1890; m. Churlo;, 

f Walker. 

f 4SG6.-1-A!iria Sanford TTigcins, b. Nov. 9.7, 1S5T; m. George Briggs. 

f Walker. 

;■ 4867. Edvrard Day Higgins, b. Feb. 3, 1S54; d. Nov. 12, 187S, FiteVairg, 

Mass. 

f 2089. SUSAN LOUISA' SANFOED {GcriroocJ 897, Asc 334, 

I Moses 133, Jolin 3.2, Tho7)uis 5, Thomas 1) b. ^lar. 4, 1821, Litch- 

field, Ct; d, Dec. S, 1863; ro. Oct. 4, 1S47, Richard H. Fcnvler, b. 
Nov. 28, loi7, New ITaven, Ct.; d. Dee 17, 1SG2. 
'I'hey had two cliilcu'en. 

;■ 4S6S. Ella Louises Fcnvl,,r, b. Feb.' 33, 18,19; m. Sept. 30, ISSH, Norris Bailey, 

': of New Britain, CL, b. JTar. 8, 1S22; d. Jan. 24, 1007; uo oliildrcn. 

.' 4SC9. Ganvood Sauford Fowjer, b. Jan. 23, 1854. Went (o BiacL- Hills and 

lias not been heaid from in. twenty years. 

: 2091. FRANCUS JDVKLV' SANFORD {same descent as 

\ 20S9), b. Aug. 5, 3S24, Litchfiek";, Ci. ; d. Feb. "^O, 1891, Cievehuid, 

I 0. : m. Oct. 20, 1848, Edgar T.' At water, of New Haven, Ct , b. 1821 ; 

I d. Feb. 6, 1891, Cleveland, 0. 
I rnuiy had four children, all born in Clevelmd. 0. 

f 4S70.-!-FranI:lin Sanford' Atv.ater, b. 1847; d. Sept. 5, lOOJ ; m. Mary Foote. 

I 4S71.4-ArL.hur Stanley Atwater, b. i^ov. 28, 1S;"S; n^. Anne. Fiove. 

I 4S72. Foster Barker Atwater, d. 1872. 

I 4S73. Clarent-c Elwocd Atwater, b. 1860; res. Cliloago, 111. 

f 2,092. :\L\RY ANGELINE^ SANJ^OR^D {same dcsreni as 

i 20S9) b. Nov 25, 1825, Litchfield, Ci. ; d. Sept. 5, 1901, Omaha, 

r Neb.; m. Feb. 5, 1850, Fdwin Bullsclcy, of Berlin, Ct. 
I Thev had i'oiir cliildien. 

j 4874.+^tiunu''~' Bulkelcy, m. Newtown; res. Oinaha, Neb. 

I 4875.4-Eizzie Bulkeley, ni. Pldward Crane. 

4S76.-i-Leah Bulkeley, d. in ^Vlnler T'arix, Fla.; m. ITcrnian Fiieli'S. 

j 4877. Edv.-in Bulkeley, n.. Cclia . 

j 

I 2095. FRFDERIC^R: ^FAHSHe .SANFORD {same descent as 

I 2089) h. Dee. 18, 18:1.1:, Litch.rield, Ct.; d. Nov. 15, 1901. Litchfudd. 

I Ct.; m. ilar. 9. 18(52, Sarah B., dau. of Geo. AY. Lewis, b. Aug". 5, 

i 1838, i^'aridford, .Mass. Re.'^., Torrincfun, Ct. 

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43S T]1E THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



They had seven eliiJdreu, all horn in Lilchfieki, Ct 

4878. Harry Leivis% b. Teb. 23, 1SG3; d. July 20, 1863; buried in West 
Burying Gruund, Litchfield, Gt. 

4879. Carrie Lewis, b. Aug. 16, 1S64; d, Apr. 28, 18G5. 
48S0.+rrancos Hatch, b. Apr. 7, 1S6G; m. Herbert Morse. 

4881. Loah Gertrude, b. Feb. 2G, ]SG8. Was a teacher in Torriugton, Ct. 

4S82. Emma Allis, b. May 16, 1870. Was a teacher in Torriugton, Ct. 

4SS3. Katherinc Wilcox, b. June 17, 1873; Assistant Librarian in Torrington, 
Ct. Sbe very kindly assisted the author of this work in its beginning 
•with data from the records and for which he makes this acknowledg- 
ment. 

4884. James Frederick, b. Fee. 4, 1879; d. Dec. 7, 1879. 



2100. JARED^ SANFORD (Henri/ 907, KatJian 386, Samuel 
135, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6. Thomas 1) b. :.];iy 19, 17S0, ATaterburv, 
Ct.; d. Oct. 12, 1845, Bvron, 111.; m. July 24, 1803, Abigail Wooster, 
b. June 27, 1780, Middlebury, Ct. ; d. Ang. 3, 1845, Byron, 111. ^Ir. 
and Mrs. Sanford are buried in Byron, 111. She was a cousin of Gen. 
David "Wooster of the Revolution. They joined the church in Pros- 
pect, Ct., I\Iay 26, 1805. He Avas a shoemaker and Avorked at his 
trade until he moved to Illinois. Mr. Sanford 's ear mark was "a 
crop off the left ear and two slits in the crop." His will dated 
Prospect, Jan. 24, 1831, proved Oct. 10, 1846, gives to the Congre- 
gational Church all residue of his estate. {Chesliii-e Pro. lice, Vol 2, 
p. 456.) 

They had seven cliildren, all born in Prospect, Ct. 

4S8.=5. + Amy Elizabeths, b. Jan. 11, 1S05; d. Feb. 11, 1901; m. (1) Spencer 

Fartt; m. (2) Josiah Dartt. 
4SSG.+Jared Wooster,.b. June 6, 1807; d. Oct. 7, 1877; m. (1) Henrietta 

Sturges; m. (2) Fachel Chvisto]>hcr. 
4S87.+Asenath, b. Jan. 31. 1S09; d. July 11, ISGl; m. Frederick Chrislenot. 
4888.+Jo8eph Francis, b. July 10, 1811; d. Jan. 4, 1902; m. Euthana Parker. 

4889. + James Doolittle, b. July 27, 1813; d. .Tuly .5, 1902; m. Mrs. Sibbel 

(Ilayden) Coan. 

4890. Abigail Ann, b. Aug. 18, 1815; d. Dec. 29, 1822; buried in Prospect, Ct. 

4891. Araminta, b. June IG, 1817; d. Apr. 27, 18SG, Byron, HI.; m. 1839, 

Herbert Beach, of Waterbury, Ct. Two daughters died young. Mrs. 
Beach was a professional nurse for years. 

2101. TRl^^IAN' SANFORD (same descent as 2100) b. 
June 17, 1782; d. Nov. 26, 1856, Wiiterbury, Ct. ; m. June 19, 1803, 
Anna Aleott, dan. of Abe! Curtis, of Woleott, Ct. ; d. Au^- 22, 1862, 
^Yaterburv. Ct., a;::. 82. Thcv settled iu AYi^h-ott, Ct., later remov- 



^^iu&ur^M^u^'.^ij^6^«!(^c^;^ 



ETGVITir GEXER.\TION 439 



iug lo AV;;terl.ury, v:h'^rc they ^vere j^etive in fouiicliiji^ the Yic^it 
iJapti^t Chxirch. ' i^Vcf(rhunf Hist., Vol. 3, v. G'}2:) iir. Sjmford 
served in the Avar of .1Sj2. 
T!iev Jiad nine oliildren. 

f4S92. Ponnclia^, d. Nov. 10, 1850, Plymoiuh, Ct.; m. Joiu.tlian Curtis. 
4S9.1. Trypheiia, b. Mar. 6, 1S04; d. Apr. 14, 1S70, Waterbury, Ct.; m. Jmu- 
}- n, 1S2S, Julius Bu^-kingham; no oiiililreu. 

i 4804.-:- Anna Maria, b. Jmie 2, 1807; d. Apr. 12, 1SS3; u-. Di-ivid Buelnnghf.ni. 

I: 4S9D.+Abel Curtis, b. iMay 10, 1809; d. Jan. 12, 1878; m. Hcpsa Judd. 

I 4896.+Ehoda Celestin, b. Nov. 11, ISII; d. Dec. 18S1; n'. Lambert llussoll. 

I 4897.-|-}Iarilla, b. Sept. 3, 1S13; d. July 30, 1.SG5; lu. Lymart Smith. 

I 4898'.+Kue] Frauds, 'b. Apr. 3 2, ISlli; d. Jnr.c 3, 1877; m. Nancy Ne;^l. 

] 4S99.-i-J'uTns Bishop, b. Bee. 20, 1S20; d. July 26, 18S9: lu, (1) Nancy 

I Bussell: lu. (2) Ellen Russell. 

I 4900. Truman, b. Sept. 27, 1S22; d. Sept. 2S, 1S22. 

I 2104. JOSE PI [• SAXFOirD (sn^nc descent as 2100) b. Apr. 

i 2, 17>S: d. in BrO:)''dyn, X. Y. ; m. 

I "C\\-n children vrere 

■I 

I 4901.-L-Mfirla'5, m. Lavvrt'iico Tice. 

t 4902. Trvphsna. 

I 2107. ].Y:\rAX' SAXFORI) (samo desceni ns :ljno) h. Sept. 

I 27, 179o ; d. Apr. 17, 1877, Saudisfield, :\l;is:^. : nn (1 ) Sept. 19, 182J, 

p Chin^sa TVebster. b. 1808; d. July 7, 1S4S; m. f2) 'May 2, 1849, 

f Enniee TVeb.tcr, sifter lo Ch:rv:;u h. 170:^: d. Feb. 27. 187f-. Mr. 

I Sanford was in the War at Black Kiver in 1812. They lived in 

I Sandi'^fleld, ^lass. 
|. , He had six children h} Ilrst inarriage. 



% 4903. Ciariuda E.s, b. Nov. 3, 1S25; m. Nov. 2G, lS4fi, Bevi Buller, d. ]'s73. 

I Besidcd at Leele Island, Ct. 

I 490-1. -:-Cyriis Lyman, b. .Vug. 27, 1S27; m. Fvanco!-^ Norton. 

I: 4P0.".-i-Biioda Maria, b. June 3, 1S31; .n. Lyman Caylord. 

f: 490G.-!-Frankliu llobart, b. }.Iur. 2, iS35; d. Oct. 19, 1F62: m. Aluiira Sheldon. 

t 4907.-i-Ce>5Ma Clarissa, b. :>.Iar. 15, LsJl; m. Bobert Heath. 

t 490S. Clarence ^Veb^~l .. i , b. .Line 2, 18 !S; d. Oct. 14, 1SG3. 



2iC3. riTlEb:XA' SAXFOK!) {sahtc descent (is 2100) m. 
Ciiarle.s Smith. 

One child was 
4909. \Villifim<= Smith. He v.as ouc of the proprietors of tlie ^lari^hal! Marble 
and Granite Y^'ork^i at Marshalltovvn, la. 



THE THOMAS SANFOllD FAMILY 



2111. ANSON^ SANFORD {Jonathan 910, Nathan 386, Sam- 
uel 135, Samuel 35, Ephraun 6, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 25, 178G; d. Jan. 
15, 1S2S; m. :\Iar. 1, 1810, Olive Porter, b. Jan. 13, 17.^0; d. A\n\ 
10, 1826. 

They had six children. 

4910. Mariettas, b. Feb. 17, 1811; d. July 30, 182S. 

4911. Chfu-leB, b. Feb. 23, 1813; d. Sept. 19, 1863. 

4912. Anson Porter, b. Mar. 22, 1815; d. Sept. 1, 1852. 

4913. Lucius, b. Sept. 2, 1817; d. Mar. 4, 1843. 

4914.+Marcus Baker, b. Jan. 28, 1S20; d. Aug. 23, 187S; m. Ecbecca Waver. 
491.5. George, b. July 3, 1824; d. Oct. 17, 1826. 

2115. JULIUS MAXIMINUS* SANl^ORD {ArcJiihahl 911, 
Nathan 386, Samiid 135, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 
15, 1781 ; a. July 11, 1853, Rochester, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 25, 1802, Lucy 
Hubbard, b. May 10, 1782; d. Dec. 13, 1S31, Toronto, Can. About 
1808-9, thoy moved into Ne->v York State and settled near Benton. 
Mr. Sanford built and operated both a paper and an oil mill there 
until after 1817, when lie went to Carthage, now included in 
the City of Rochester, N. Y., where he remained two years. In 1820, 
he went to Toronto, Can. (thc3:i called Little York), where his Avife 
and son Chesterfield died. In 1S37-8, the Rebellion broke out. 
Although he took no active part he was a friend of the leader, Wil- 
liam Lyon jMcKensic, and to save himself imprisonment, escaped to 
Rochester, N. Y., Avhere he lived with his daughter till his death. 

They had four children. 

4916. Chesterfields, b. Oct. IS, 1S03; d. Nov. 26, 1S3G, Toronto, Can.; inarned, 

had one daughter. 
4917.+Amand'), b. June 25, 1S05; d. Aug. 24, ISGO; m John Gorton. 

4918. Polly, b. May 2, 1811; d. Apr. 26, 1815. 

4919. George, b. May 28, 1817, Yates Co., N. Y.; d. Jan. 24, 1878, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Killed by a dummy engine as he ^vas crossing the track of a 
Suburban Kaihvay. Mr. Sanford was not married and had lived 
the greater part of his life -with his sister, Mrs. Gorton. 

2116. FRIEND' SANFORD {same descent as 2115) b. Mar. 
10, 1785, Prospect, Ct. ; d. Dec. 19, 1853, Superior, :\Iich. ; m. May 
3, 1804, Stella Grannis, b. July 4, 1785; d. Mar. 6, 18G0, Superior, 
Mich. They lived in Cheshire, Ct., till ISOO, when they removed to 
Homer, N. Y., and settled on a farm where they remained tweuy-two 
years. In 1847, they removed to Michigan and settled on a farm 
in Superior, where the remainder of their lives was spent. 

They had eight children, the first three all born in Cheshire, Ct., 
and the last live in Homer, N. Y, 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



4020.+Hiram^ b. Feb. 27, 1805; d. Apr. IG, 1865; jn. Sophia Chappel. 
4021. + Bi5rtoii, b. ,l0u. 27, 1807; d. May 10, 1852; m. Mary Broad. 
4922.4-PIarrief M., b. May 27, 1809; d. Nov. 5, 1869; m. Edward Aiken. 
4923.4-Calcb Sidney, b. June 9, 1812; m. EUrn Hubbard. 

4924. Louisa N., b. Sept. 28, 1S14; d. Aug. 17, 1877; unni. 

4925. + Lauren, b. May 30, IS17; m. Mary Harper. 

492G.+Caroline A., b. Apr. 6, 1821; d. Mar. 21, 1880; ni. Ezra Whitmore. 
4927. Julia A., b. June 1, 1824; d. Apr. 28, 1872, Superior, Mioh.; unni. 

2119. PIIILEMELTA' SANFORD {same descent as 2115) b. 
Dec. 31, 179G, Prospect, Ct. ; d. Mar. 12, 1829, Cheshire, Ct. ; m. Nov. 
2, 1815, Aniasa Preston, b. Nov. 2, 1795, Clicshire, Ct. ; d. Aug. 11, 
1866, Cheshire, Ct. 

They had three childre]i, all born in Chesliire, Ct. 

492S.+Susans Preston, b. Mar. 2.5, 1818; d. Feb. 8, 1851; m. Samuel Atwater. 
4929. Charles Preston, died in infancy. 

4930.+ Julius A. Preston, b. Nov. 5, 1828; d. Oct. 20, 1887; ra. Elizabeth 
Barnes. 

2120. PREEMxVN' SANFORD {same descent as 2115) b. 
Aug. 22, 1803, Prospect, Ct. ; d. 1872, Prospect, Ct. ; ni. Feb. 16, 
1821, Lydi.i iMaria, dan. of Nathaniel Wei ton, b. Apr 1, 1802, ^Yat- 
erbnry, Ct. ; d. Dec. 5, 1893, Wallingford, Ct. 

They had four children, all born in Prospect, Ct. 

4931. +Eli B.s, b. 1824; d. 1883; m. (1) Lola Handy; ui. (2) Jennelt Tuttle. 

4932.4-Loron7.o P., b. 1826; d. Nov. 1851; m. Lois Mcrriman. 

4933. Anna Cornelia, b. 1S2S; ni. Sept. 12, 1847, Guy Beach, of Ph-mouth, Ci. 

Four children. 
4934.+Aray Melissa, b. Feb. 10, 1835; m. James Holrnos. 

2123. PERMELIA" SANFORD {Ahel 919, Isaac 390, Samuel 
135, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 29, 178G, AYood- 
bridge, Ct. : d. ^May 4, 1832, Marion, N. Y.; ni. (1) Sept. 29, 1S05, 
Amasa Hall, Jr.; m. (2) A. D. Platte. 

She had five children by first marriage. 

4935. Charry Marias Hall, b. Nov. 11, 1806, Cazeuovia, N. Y.; d. Sept. 23, 

1841, Geneva, N. Y.; ni. Luther Kelly. No children. 
4936.+Mary Ann Hall, b. Feb. 3, 1809; d. June 26, 1854; m. John Franken- 

bcr^^er. 
4937.-f Sanford E,an.=!om Hall, b. Au^j. 25, 1810; d. Sept. 15, 1844; m. Ahnira 

Hipgins. 
4938. Timothy Hall, b. Oct. 29, 1818, Williamson, N. Y.; d. Feb. 16, 1831, 

Marion, N. Y. 
4939.+Pernielia Hall, b. Dec. 22, 1822; d. Mar. 9, 1907; m. Ananias Piatt. 



THE THOMAS SANFOIJD FAMILY 



2124. POLLY' SANFORD (same descent as 2123) b. Apr. 
29, 17S6, Woodbrido:e, Ct. ; d. IS^G, Marion, N. Y. ; m. Tlioinas Mix 
at ^Yfl]lin<Jfo^d, Ct. 

They }iad three children. 

Tv/iiis"^, lived onlj a Fhort time. 
4940. Mary Ann Jilix, d. al>oiit 20; unm. 

2125. LSAAC EAXSO:.r SANFORD {same descent as 2123) 
b. Nov. 12, 1790, Woodbridgc, Ct. ; d. July 2, 1S79, Walworth, N. Y. ; 
m. Aug. 30, 1815, Patience Atwater, b. Mar. 13, 1794; d. Dec. 12, 
1865, Walworth, N. Y. Mr. Sanford was an npright, Cliristian man. 
He vras Justice of the I'eace for many years and a memt)er of As- 
sembly in 1844. He moved from Connecticut to !Marion, N. Y., 
where he bought a farm. 

Tliey had ten children, all borii in ]\Iarion, N. Y. 

4941.+Naricv Anns, b. June 17, 1816; d. Oct. 16, 1S9C, :Marion, N. Y.; ni. (1) 

William Hall; m. (2) Amasa Hall. 
4942. Abc-1 Au^nistus, h. Mnr. ?, 1S19; d. Apr. 3, 1S50, Muske^-on, Midi. He 

was first a school teacher, aftervrards oilisting in the U. S. Army. 

Served as Lieut., and \\as in Mexican War until taken aick. 
4943.+Emma Maria, b. Mar. 27, 1820; d. July 29, 1875, m. Stephen Wood. 

4944. + Sarauel Ransom, b. Aug. 11, 1S22; d. Sept. 7, 1S99; m. (1) S. Sophia 

Huggins; m. (2) Ambrosia Peck. 

4945. + Caroline Matilda, b. Apr. 5, 1825; m. TJev. Jonathan Puluani. 

4946. + Catherine Calista, b. Feb. 4, 182S; d. Jan. IG, ISIG; m. Edmund 

La\^Tenco. 

4947. Amos Baker, b. May 29, 1830; d. Oct. 17, 1S54, at Poekford, 111., where 

he had been employed in a drug store. 
4948.+Frank Marshall, b. Feb. 14, 1833; m. Kate Lav.Tence. 
4949.+Fmogeue Laura, b. Sept. 17, 1S37; m. John Peck. 
4950. Get.rge Atwater, b. Aug. 29, 1S40; d. in infancy. 

2126. JERUSHA' SANFORD {same descent as 2123) b. 
Jan. 20, 1793, Woodbridge, Ct. ; m. July 16, 1816, Epliraim Hough. 

They settled in Hamptonville, N. C. 
They had six children. 

4951.+Alvernon Sanfords Hough, b. May 20, 1817; m. Sarah Lurch. 
4952.+01iver Perry Hough, b. Aug. 3, 1818; ni. Lucinda Frost. 
4953.+Harriet Emily Hough, b. Feb. 3, 1820; m. Brison Darnal. 
49.54.-(-Janios Edwin Hough, b. Oct. 26, 1821; m. Emily Bryant. 
4955.+Silvia Caroline Hough, b. Mar. 11, 1823; m. John Nicholson. 
4956.+Sy]vester Allen Hough, b. Dec. 4, 1824; to. Mary Kirby. 

2127. DEROlxAlT^ SANFORD {savie descent as 2123) b. 
June 11, 1795, Woodbridge, Ct. ; d. Jan. 9, 1S27, Meriden, Ct.; bu- 







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EIGHTH GENERATION 443 



ricd in Wallingford, Ct. ; m. Sep. 20, 1815, JosiaL Cov.'les of "Wal- 
lingford, Ct. They settled in Hranptonville, N. C. Mr. Cowles v,as 
a successful merclinnt. 

Tliey had four children, all horn in Hamptonville, N. C. 

4957.+Eliza Aims Cowles, b. Apr. 20, 1817; d. Jonesvillo, N. C.; m. Dr. B. B. 
Benhaiu. 

4958. Elvira Deborah Coivles, b. Jan. 18, 1S19; d. Jan. 20, 1S20, Hamptonville 

N. C. ' 

4959. + Calvin Josiah Cowles, b. Jan. G, 1S21; m. (1) Martha Duval; m. (2) 

Ida Holden. 

4960. Abel Sanford Lafayette Cov.-lcs, b. Oct. 1, 1824; d. Mar. 16, 1853, 

Hamptonville, N. C. 

2128. A:\I0S BAKER" SANFORD (same descent as 2123) 
b. June 18, 179S, Woodbridge, Ct. ; d. July 9, 1873, Jonesville, N. C. ; 
m. (1) May 20, 1826, Catherine Johnson; m. (2) Mrs. Andrew 
G. Griffin, b. Apr. 3, 1805 ; d. July 1, 1872. They lived in Iredell 
Co., N. C. 

He had three children by first marriage and one by second mar- 
riage. 

4961.+Laura C.s, b. Aug. 2, 1827; d. May 6, 1S4S; m. Reuben Reynolds. 

4962. James Abel, d. young. 

4963. William H., v,onnded Mar. 14, 1862, at the battle of Newbern, N. C, and 

died from the effects the loth of the following June. lie was Capt. 
Com. of the 7th N. Carolina Infantry. 
4964.+Calvin Cowles, b. Oct. 15, 1843; m. Mary Brown. 

2129. REV. IIERSIIAL' SANFORD {Bavid 921, Gideon 
391, Sa:.u{d 13r>, Samuel, 35. Bpliraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 6, 1794; 
d. July 28, 1868; in. Hannah, dau. of Timothy and Hannah 
(French) Lounsbury of Bethany, Ct. i\Ir. Sanford was a T^Iethodist 
minister. The autlior has the original lease of their hom<r, by David 
Sanford and ]\lil]ieent his wife, to Hershal Sanfurd of Watcrbury, 
dated :\lar. 29, 1S26. 

They had eiglit children. 

4965. Lewis". 

4966. Eliza, m. Englehart. Res., Oxford, Ct. 

4967. Hannah. 
496S. Mary Ann. 

4969. Anna. 

4970. Elizabeth. 

4971. George. 

4972. Luman. 



THE THOMAS SANFORD FA5.1TLY 



2132. PHILINDA^ SANPORD {some descent as 2129) h. 
Sept. 27, 1805 •, d. Nov. 3, 1854; m. Etliclbert Cook of Cheshire, Ct. 

They had one child. 

4973. Laureu E\ Cook. Kes. Cheshire. Ct, 

2133. PERUS^ SANFORD {same descent as 2129) b. Jan. 2S, 
1807 ; d. Aug. 14, 18G7 ; m. Nov. 25, 1829, Abigail Cook of Cheshire, 
Ct.., b. 1806 ; d. Ang. 27, 1873, eg. G7. Resided in Prospect, Ct. 

They had three children, all born in Prospect, Ct. 

4974.+Elam Cooks, b. July 25, 1S35. d. Jan. 31, 18P7; m. Julia Broul;s. 

4975. Philinda Loui??, m. Joel Brooks. No children. He died in the Army. 

Resided in Prospect, Ct. 

4976. Levi Burton, d. Dec. 2, 1905, Prospect, Ct. ; unm. 

2134. HAN^^4H^ SANFORD {same descent as 2129) b. Mar. 
16, 1809 ; d. Sept. 21, 1854 ; ni. Silas Hitchcock. 

They had two children. 

4977. Henrys Hitehooek. Res., New Haven, Ct. 

4978. Orrin ITitchcock. Res., Clioshirc, Ct. 

2135. ABBY' SANFORD {same descent as 2129) b. Mar. 14, 
1811; d. Sept. 22, 1872; m. George Brockett. 

They had two children. 

4979. Daughters, m. James Smith. 

49S0. Abigail Brockett, m. John Wather. Removed to Salt Lake City, Utah. 

2138. ANNA^ HOTCIIKISS {Betsey 92i, Gideon 391, Sam- 
uel 135, Samuel 35, Ephraim G, Tltomas 1) b. Dec. 23, 178] ; m. Mar. 
25, 1806, John Prichard. 

They had two children. 

4981. Ebenezers Prichard, b. Nov. G. 1806. 

4982. Bera Prichard, b. Apr. 22, ISOS. 

2139. GIDEON :\nLLS^ TIOTCHKISS {same descent as 
213S) b. Nov. 11, 1785 i d. Jan. 27, 1864; m. Arvilla Brooks. 

They had three children. 

4983.+Brooks' Hotchkiss, b. 1812; d. Apr. 6, 1874; m. Laura Smith. 
4 984. -f Harry Hotchkiss, ni. Sarah Hnppin. 
4985.+Mary Stoper Hotchkiss, m. George Stoper. 

2157. ^YI^jJIA:\^ hall {Sarah 938, Oliver 396, Joseph 
136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Tliornas 1) b. ^lar. 9, 1786, So. Farms, 



EIGIITir GENERATION 445 



Ct.; d. 1833; m. ISOS, Therina Waugh, h. 1785; d. Aug. 24, 1873. 
Mr. Hall was a merchant in North East, Pa. 

They had nine children, all born in Northeast, Pa. 

4r)S6. Elizabeth YTaugliS Hall, b. Dec. 7, 1810; d. Jamestowi,, N. Y.; m. 

Nathaniel Loviry oi" Jamesto^vn, N. Y. 
49S7. Augustus Ephraim Hall, b. Dec. 26, 1812; m. Nancy B. McCorO. 

4988. Sarah Sanford Hall, b. Dec. 3, 1815; d. Mar. 22, 1819. 

4989. William Lucius Hall, b. Mar. 26, 1817; m. Liska Pless. Eosided 

in N. Y. C. 

4990. Susan Hall, b. May 5, 1818. 

4991. Lydia Ann Hall, b. Mar. 11, 1821; d. Mar. 21, 18S3. 

4992. ilary HaD, b. May 3, 1823; m. Metcalf. Eesided in Erie, Pa. 

4993. Samuel Waugh Hall, b. May 7, 1825. Resided in Jamesto^ra, N. Y. 

4994. Sarah Louisa Hall, b. Jan. 9, 1828; m. Ross. 

2158. MAEY' (POLLY) HALL {sam-e descent as 2157) 
b. Sept. 28, 1788, So. Farms, Ct. ; m. 1807, Josiah Hubbard. Resided 
at Harmony, N. Y. 

They had seven childrevi, all except Lucius born in Chautauqua, 
N. Y. 

4995. Emclines Hubbard, b. Mar. 27, 1808. 

4996. Sarah Hubbard, b. July 7, ISIO. 

4997. Mary (Pollv) Hubbard, b. Dec. 25, 1812. 

4998. William H. Hubbard, b. Apr. 17, 1814. 

4999. Lucius E. Hubbard, b. May 14, 1816; d. Jan. 31, 1881. 

5000. Catherine Hubbard, b. Dee. 24, 1818. 

5001. Julia D. Hubbard, b. July 31, 1821. 

21G0. SALLY^ HALL (same descent as 2157) b. Dec. 4, 1792, 
So. Farmr,, Ct.; d. Apr. 11, 1872; m. Dec. 28, 1815, Deacon Harmon 
Ensign, b. Feb. 14, 1793 ; d. IMar. 4, 1875. 

They had four children. 

5002. Samuels Ensign, b. Feb. 19, 1817; d. Aug. 12, 1S35. 
5003.+Sarah Ann Ensign, b. Nov. 12, 1820; ni. Volney Belnap. 
5004. Julia Ensign, b. Aug. 20, 1822 ; d. Mar. 22, 1843. 

5005.4- William Augustus Ensign, b. June 7, 1829; m. Jennie McCord. 

2161. REBECCA', HxVLL {same descent as 2157) b. Dec. 4, 
1794, So. Farms. Ct.; d. June 12, 1873; m. (1) ^Yilliam Doolittle; 
m. (2) Richard :\rarsh, b. 1792; d. July 10, 1874. 

She had two children by first marriage. 

5006. Ephraim H.s Doolittle, b. Nov. 1, 1824 ; d. Almon, Wis. 

5007. Lydia E. Doolittle, b. Sept. 21, 1829. 



THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



2162. JULIA" HALL {same descent as 2157) b. Sept. 6, 
1797, So. Farms, Ct. ; d. ISSl ; m. 1825, AYilliam II. MeCord. 
Kosided at Fond du Lac, Wis. 

They Jiad four children. 

500S. Sanford H.^ McCord, b. Jan. 2, 1827; d. Jan. 31, 1S81. 

5009. John L. MeCr.rd, b. July 15, 1S2S. 

5010. William L. MeCord, b. May 5, 1830. 

5011. Abigail H. M.rCord, b. Aug. 9, 1S39. 

2163. ALANSON" HALL (same descent eis 2167) b. Dec. 21, 
1802, South Farms, Ct.; d. Dec. 20, 1858; m. Nov. 17, 1825, Eliza- 
beth Cornelia ^Nlarsli. 

They had three children. 

5012. Lev.-is Banir-y? Hall, b. Sept. 6, 1828; m. Sarah Maria Jngersol. 

5013. Beebe Sanford Hall, b. Aug. 9, 1830; m. Ann Peek. 

5014. Eleanor Aim Hall, b. Oct. 20, 1834; m. John P. Peck. 

2168. ELIZABETH" SANFORD {Joseph 943, Jonah 397, 
Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Apr. IS, 1789, So. 
Farms, Ct. ; d. Nov. 26, 1869; m. 1804, Charles Abbott, b. 1783; d. 
Apr. 28, 1829. They moved from Litchfield, Ct. to Triangle, N. Y. 

They had eight children. 

5015. + Edwins Abbott. 

501G. AVilliani Abbott, d. young, Triangle, N. Y. 

5017. Chloe Abbott, d. young, Triangle, K Y. 

5018. Joan Abbott, d. in Binghamton, N. Y. ; m. Love. No children. 

5019.+Susan A. A.bbott, b. Feb. 11, 1814; d. Mar. 26, 1892; m. (1) Luke 

Strickland; m. (2) Lockwood. 

502O. + Charlc.s Abbott, b. Dec. 16, 1819; d. Apr. 10, 1870; m. (1) Harriet 

I'ease; ui. (2) Lnerctia Ivos. 
5021.+Elizabeth Abbott, b. May 20, 1821; d. July 26, 1899; m. Anson 

Svreetland. 
5022.+Royal Abbott, d. 1890. 

2169. CLARKE" SANFORD {same descent as 2168) b. Dee. 
3, 1791, South Farms, Ct. ; d. June 27, 188G, Castile. N. Y.; m. (1) 
May 16, 1814, ^Mary Ann Clark, b. Jan. 13, 1795, Liverpool, Eug. ; 
d. May 28, 1845, Perry, N. Y. ; m. (2) Oct. 2, 1845, Hannah B. 
Batchelder of Maine, d. Jan. 31, 1872, Perry, N. Y. 

jNIr. Sanford served as Sergeant in the War of 1812 for the term 
of one year. In 1815 he, with his younger brother. Freeman, emi- 
grated to Castile, AVyoming Co., N. Y. 

He had five children by first marriage, all born in Castile, N. Y. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 447 

5023. + Rhoda Maria% b. Jan. 11, ISIS; d. i\Tar. 30, 1SS8; m. Jumcs Johnson. 
5024.-f Henr.v Clarke, b. Dec. 10, 1S20; d. I^Iar. 26, 1SS2; m. Mary DeWitt. 
.'>025.+Jamcs Sej-mour, b. Sept. 21, 1S21; d. Apr. 12, 1S74; m. (1) Ann Gray; 

ni. (2) Mary Smalhvood. 
5026.-f.Uuiiiis .Smif-li, b. Oct. 23, 1820; m. Mary Lobban. 
5U27. Mary Ann, b. Doc. 3, 1S27; d. Mar. 26, lS'i5, Castile, N. Y. 

2170. FREEilAN^ SANFORD {same descent as 21CS) h. 
Apr. 7, 1794, So. Farms, Cl. ; d. Jime 23, 1876, near Perry, N. Y.; 
ni. Cyutliia Bowers of ^luuiford, N. Y. ; d. ]\tar. 6," 1868. Mr. San- 
ford is said to have been a soldier in the War of 1812. 

They had one child. 
502S.+Erwins, b. Apr. 9, 1824; d. Aug. 9, 1876; m. Elizabetli Van Slyke. 

2171. LUCY' SANFORD {same descent as 216S) b. :\rar. G, 
1796, South Farms, Ct. ; d. 1867, Woodstock, Ont. ; m. Godfrey Hoff- 
man. They lived near Woodstock, Ont. 

They had eight children. 

5029. Cordelias HolTman, m. Jordan ChaileB. 

5030. Flora Hoffman. 

5031. Minora Hoffman. 

6032. Nancy Hoffnian, m. Jolinson. 

5033. Elizabeth Hoffman, ni. John Gray, 

5034. Bonaparte Hoffman. 

5035. Wellington Hoff'man. 

5036. Louis Hoffman. 

2172. SEY:M0UR' SANFORD {same descent as 2168) b. 
Oct. 18, 1708, So. Farms, Ct. ; d. Dec. 19, 1883 ; m. (1) July 21, 1821, 
Maria Pendleton, b. 1803; d. May 28, 1836; m (2) Dec. 7, 1836, 
Louisa Eaton, 

He adopted one child. 

5037. George?, m. Harriet Abbott {see 9743). Res., Greene, N. T. 

2173. :\LA RY ANN^ SANFORD {same descent a^ 216S) b. 
May 11, 1800, Triangle, N. Y. ; d. in :\Iichigan; m. Ebenezer Bliss. 

Thev had eight children. 



Lal<e. 



5038. 


Jos.-phs Bliss. 


5039. 


Mary Anna Dliss. 


5040. 


Lafavette Bliss. 


5041. 


Betsev Bliss. 


50^2. 


Harriet Bliss, m. 


5043. 


Harris Bliss. 


5044. 


Pamela Bliss. 


5045. 


George Bliss. 



448 



THE THOMAS SANPOKD FAMIL 



2176. DANIEL^ SANFORD (Benjamin 9d4, Jonah 397 Jos- 
eph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Oct. ?5 17SG Corn 
wall, Vt.; d. Oct. 2G, ]876, Cornwall, Vt ; m. Dec. 7, 1815 Wha 
dau. of Jacob Peck, b. Oct. 30, 1791, Cornwall, Vt. ; d. Mar. 23, I873' 
Cornwall, Vt. She wa« a daughter of Jacob Peck, who came from' 
Litchfield, and settled in Corn\rall in 1785. Slie was a sister of I\lrs 
John Sanford, a brother of Daniel. 

Daniel Sanford was the second son and child of Benjamin and 
born two years after his father's settlement in Cornwall, then prac- 
tically a forest with only here and there a clearing and a cabin. Hi.s 
schooling did not mueli extend beyond reading, writing, arithmetic 
and spelling, but po.ssessiug a bright, clear mind, he became, in after 
life, a quite intelligent and well informed man. The "nest" at 
home being full, and lie being the oldest surviving child, lie soon af- 
ter reaching his majority, about 1810, went into trade as a mer- 
chant with Benjamin Haskell at West Cornwall, which he continued 
till about 1820. The record books of his fathei-, still extant, show 
tliat he was given tlie following proi>erty to help him to a start in 
the world. 

Given to son Daniel, April, 1808. 

One horse, $50, one yoke oxen $50 $100.00 

Two shirts, frock, 3 pr. trousers, in 1809 7.25 

6 yds. fulled cloth q'qq 

One barrel pork & six bushel wheat 18.00 

One pr. plow irons & tv/o chains 8.00 

One ax & one hoe 2 00 

One hundred acres in Underbill 400 . 00 

Note against John Sanford, Sept., ]826 85.00 



628.25 

He was Orderly Sergeant and took part in the battle at Platts- 
burg in 1814. He was an expert in rifle shooting, wliich he contin- 
ued to old age. 

Soon after retiiing from trade he took up the business of 
buying and driving cattle to Brighton market in Boston which he 
continued till railroads came into operation, when, for some years, 
he used them as a means of transportation. 

Later in life he became a most successful horticulturist, making 
grape culture a specialty. He was a man of strict integrity, strong 
convictions, and highly regarded by all who knew him. He held 
various to^nl offices and in the year 1842 represented his tou-n in 
the Legislature. 




DOTllA (PIX'K) SANFOKl) 

Xo. 217(J 

OZIAS SANFORD TIOUATIO SANFORU 

Xo. 5(|-,t) Nu. r,(i4S 

JULIF.TTK (yAXFOUD) HOLLKY DAXIKL SAXKOKD 

Xo. 501G Xo. CITG 

FKANKLtX S. IIOLLEY 
No. 0778 



EIGHTH GENERATION 449 

The writer (aiitlior) well remembers him. He came often, es- 
pecially diiriug the later years of his liie, to visit his brother Jonah 
and famil}^ in St. Lawrence County, N. Y. The childreii all looked 
forward to his coming with much pleasm-e, since he was so kindly 
and took sncli genuine interest in them, and because he always, in 
season, brought a can of oysters. 

He was, as I remember, not over medium size, long white whis- 
kers and hair, ruddy, and pleasant of face and voice. He took 
great delight in getting children about him and telling them great 
''yarns" to anmse, amaze and inerest them, possibly, also, to see how 
bright they were and how much they vrould accept as a fact. 

One stoiy, greatly exaggerated, so impressed me that I 
could give it entire today. I then believed them, but later in life 
found that he had created them for the occasion. 

He T\as a genial fine old man, a sort of patriarch. How he loved 
a fine horse. 

They had five children, all born in Cornwall, Vt. 

5046.-f Juliet to?, b. July 7, 3817; d. Apr. 9, ]S91; m. Truniau floUey. 

5047.-f Renjaniin Frankliu, b. Ang. 10, 1820; d. Dec. 38, 1885; m. EUpu Atvrood. 

5048.-firoratio, h. Feb. 14, 1S29.; d. May 20, 1858; m. Sara Dann. 

5049.+Eliza, b. 1824; d. Dec. 9, 1855; m. Charles Lane. 

5050. Ozias, b. Feb. 25, 1S2S; d. Mar. 25, 189S, Brandon, Vt.; unm. 

Early in the summer of ISGl the War Department at Washington 
directed that a legiinont be organized to be kno^vn as the First Reg- 
iment of United States Sharp Shooters, and to consist of the best and 
most expert rifle shots in the Northern States. The selection of men 
and organization of the regiment were entrnsted to Hiram Berdan, 
a resident of New York City, himself an expert marksman. Ozias 
S luford and Franklin S. Holley met the requirement as marksmen and 
were accepted into the regiment Aug. 12, 1862. 

It was required that no man be enlisted who did not possess a 
good moral character, nor able to make a string of ten shots iu a 
circular target of forty inches diameter at a distance of two hundred 
yards. The ana of the Sharp Shooter was the renowned Sharp's 
Rifle, 52 calibre, using ninety grains of powder, thirty-four inch 
barrel, double triggers, made especialy for the regiment and costing 
forty dollars. The range of these rifles for efficient work ^vas twelve 
hundred yards, considerably over half a Tnile. 

Another style of gun was also used, carried by the Head Quarters 
Teams, viz.: the telescope, muzzle-loading rifle weighing upward of 
forty pounds. These guns did very cflicicnt work around the fortifica- 
tions of Petersburg and Richmond. Ozias Sauford used this gun in 
and about the forts of Petersburg, including the notable works of 
Forts Davis and Sedgwick, the latter commonly called by the men 
Fort Hell. 

(29) 



450 THE THOMAS SANl^OED FA^IILY 

That the Sharp Shootrrs did lieroic and valiant Avork is shown by 
the following order. 

Headquarters of Third DiviRion, 
Second Array Corps, Feb. IG, 1S65. 
Gen. Order Xo. 12. 

The United States Sharp Shooters, including the First and 
Second Battalions, being abont to be broken up as a distinct 
organization in compliance with orders from tlie War Department, 
the Brigadier-General commanding the division will not take leave 
of them M-ithout acknowledging their good and efficient service 
during about three years in the field. 

The United States Sharp Shooters leave behind them a glorious 
record in the Army of the Potomac since the first operations against 
Yorktowu in 1SG2 to Hatcher's linn, and few are the engagements 
where they did not make their mark, and their General would be the 
last to forget their brave deeds during that period. 
By command of 

Brigadier-General R. de Trobriand. 

W. K. Driver, A. A. G. 

The sliarp shooters were in many engagements. In all, they were 
sixty-four days under fire from Aug., !I862, to the close of the war. 
Mr. Ilolley held the posItio)i of sergeant at the time of his discharge. 
Ozias Sanford was honorably discharged June 19, 1865, and ?>Ir. 
Holley in January, 1865, by reason of the consolidation of the First 
and Second Regiments of United States Sharp Shooters, as two officers 
of the same grade could not serve in the same company or regiment. 

2177. PEK:\]:ELIA^ sanford (same descent as 2176) b. 
Aug. 16, 17SS, Cornwcill, Vt ; d. Nov. 4, 1S59, Shorehain, Yt. ; m. 
Jan. 29, 1S07, Edmimd B. Hil], d. Feb. 19, 1852, Shoreham, Vt. ; 
•Mr. Ilill ^\•as Capt. of a company of Volunteers in the War of 1812 
and took part in tbc Battle of Plattsburg. 

Upon her marriage, and soon aftei-, ]Mrs. Hill received from her 
fatlier the following property: 

One string gold beads k one Dutch wheel $ 11.34 

Six puter plates & two basons & one teapot 4.25 

Six tablespoons, six tea & one set knives & forks 3. OS 

One tub, one sieve & one looking glass 3.75 

One slise k tongs, large iron kettle, do small, k, 

handirons 7.25 

One bureau, do elierry table, two bedsteads 
One teakettle, pot, frying pan & spider 
One candle stand 
Two beds and bedclothes 
Two bed cords and two table cloths 



25.34 


4.34 


1.50 


56.67 


5.00 




COL. JOXAII SANFOKD 
No. 2178 



3 


.50 


12 


67 


' 9 


34 


30.00 


28 


00 


7 


00 


50 


00 


64 


17 



EIGHTn GENERATION 4.51 

Seven towels;, four milk pans and two pails 

One great wlieel and crockery ware 

Eif^lit chaii'S, cue chest S:. bi'ead tray 

One cow and nine slieep 

One other cow ;ind one lieifer 

Clock and clotlies that were your mother's (1822) 

Cash in :\Iay, 1S26 

Note against John Sanfoi'd, Sep. 1826 

$327.20 
They had eight children, all horn in Shoreham, Vt. 

50ol. Pollys Hi]], b. July 30, 3S08; d. Ajtr. 5, 18S7, Coniwnli, Yt.; unm. 
50o2.4-Edmund Hill, b. Juue 15, ISIO; d. Dee. 4, 1850; m. Catherine Fletcher. 
5053.+Josephus Hill, b. May 5, 1813; d. Apr. 9, 1880; m. (1) Caroliue ^tonger; 
m. (2) Jaiie Perry. 

5054. Sarah Ann Hill, b. Nov. 7, 1SI7; d. Oct. 22, 1832, Shorchain, Vt. 

5055. Lydia Hill, b. Dec. 8, 1821; d. [Nfar. G, 1823, Shorehani, Vt. 
505G. Ambrose Hill, b. Nov. 22, 1823; d. June 15, 1852, Shoreham, Vt. 
5057. Marion Hill, b. Mar. 15, 1829; d. July IS, 1832, Shoreham, Vt. 
505S. Harriet Hill, b. Sept. IG, 1830; d. July 14, 1832, Shoreham, Vt. 

2178. JOXAH^ S.\NFORD (same descent as 2176) b. Nov. 
30, 1790, Cornwall. Vt. ; d. Dec. 25, 1867, Hopkinton, N. Y. ; ni. (1) 
]\Iar. 14, 1811, Abicrail. dau. of Rev. Henry Greene of Cornwall, 
Vt., later of ParishviUe, N. Y., b. Jan. 20, 1793; d. Dec. 15, 1812; m. 
(2) Sept. 22, 1845, Harriet E., dau. of Hiram Barney of Belleville, 
N. Y., b. Dee. 2, 1812: d. Feb. 9, 1898, Hopkinton, N. Y. 

The a-iitlior of this v/ork has a brief auto.trra])h sketch of the life 
of Judge d'onali Sanford which is fully observed in the following 
article. 

The subject of this sketch was born in Cornwall, Vt. six yeai'S 
after his father had settled there, a pracically virgin country. He 
attended district school winters, where little else vras ta.ught exce])t 
reading, writing, arithmetic and spelling. He did not, as he states in 
a brief sketch of his life, reach the bt-auties of the English grammar. 
In 1811, when in his twenty-first year, having a brother older and 
three yonuger, and being large, robust and strong, he began looldng 
about for some tiiuber land to take up and convert into a farm and 
home. That about his father's home was, of coui'se, all taken. 
Learning iti some way that Roswell Hopkins of Vergennes, \t. was 
seeking settlers on a large tract in Hopkinton, N. Y, he went there 
and selected a tra'-t of one hundred and twenty five acres of forest 



452 THE THOMAS SANrOKD FAMILY 



in ilie fall of ISIT, wliore, as he states, he then made a "little ]iegin- 
ning iu the wilderness." He liad married prior to this in Mar, 
1811. Afry jn.ihinfj a little clearing and building a cabin, he went 
back to Yermont. In the next three 3''ears he made trips to his 
farm, doing more clearing, though he did not permanently settle on 
it till the spring of 1815. The years 1812-14 were stirring times 
along Lake Champlaiu and the St. Lawrence river, especially, and 
he enlisted and served for a short time in the array at Vergennes 
and also as a volunteer in the battle at Plattsburg, Sept. 11, 1814. 
The old aer'ount books of his father, still extant, held l)y his great- 
grandsoji Harrison E. Sanford, show that he was assisted by him 
to get a start in the v/orld as follows. 

One horse & one yoke of oxen, Jan, 1812 $120.00 

Cash and other itropcrty that paid for land in Hop- 

kinton, N. Y. 460.00 

Barrel pork, $12, Cash, $6 18.00 

One set dray teeth, old 4.00 

Two chains, $4; one ax & hoe, $2 6.00 



608.00 
By Jonah paid Benjamin in 1822 40.00 



568.00 
Note of John Sanford, Oct. 1826, for . 61.00 



629.00 

The war over he mo^ed onto his tract to mike a farm and a 
home. In September of tliat year they met with a great sorrow in 
the loss of tlieir two children. Thus left alone in this cabin in the 
woods their bereavement must have been intense. Only stout hearts 
could have boine it. 

He A\fis at once recognized by his townsmen as a man of char- 
acter and intelligence since he was very soon and every year given 
some position. Li the eai-ly part of the summer of 1818 he M^as 
appointed a .iustice of the peace by the governor or appointing 
board. Tlie state authorities did not then dare to give the election 
of .iustice to the peo]ile or else they held it for patronage His first 
official act v.as 1o marry a couple, which he did July 12, 1818. This 
position he held very nearly unbroken for twentj'-two years. 

Conscious tli;it he possessed abilities as a lawyer, and seeing the 
great need (~<f a "l;twgi\fr" in tb.e si'Klenieiit of disputes, he very 



EIGHTH GENEEATION 453 



early purchased a few lav: books and set to work to master the fiui- 
daiiiental principles of the law. Every new community or settle- 
ment is, as we know, for some reason, greatly given to contention 
and litigation. Sj^nr^^e as was the population in those times, I dare 
say there wr i-e ton times as may jasdce's trials as there are nov,'. 
Every one went to court to hear the lav^yers spont, wrangle, abuse 
the eoui-t and tear all tlie opposing witnesses to pieces. Tiiere are 
a fe^v "lavswers" who still do this and a few people who think it is 
an evidence of ability. 

Beginning in a modest way he steadily advanced until he be- 
came the ablest and hardest fighting and most successful practi- 
tioner in the eastern part of the county. For many years this work 
constituted a large part of his business and his circuit took in the 
east half of St. Lawrence and a good part of Franklin County. 

He was a born debater, logical in reasoning, combative, abso- 
lutely fearless, tireless and indoraitabjo. Judge Henry L. Knowles 
who was one of the keenest and ablest lawyei-s in the county, once 
told the writer that lie had rather meet in a trial any other man in 
the county than the .judge, so tireless, persistent and indomitable 
was he. His chief opponents i]j trials were, Dennis Stacy, Esq., of 
Nieholville, X. Y., and Henry Bickford, Esq. of Dickenson, N. Y., 
both able men. 

He held the position of Supervisor of his to^^-n for the years 
1823-26, and also minor positions at other times. In 1S27 he was 
appoijvted a commissioner by act of the Legislature to lay out a 
state road through the fifty miles of ^vilderness (T'ort Kent Road), 
and subsequently one of the three commissioners to build the road 
which hey did. He was a member of the Assembly for the years 
1829-80, and also a member of the second session of the Twenty- 
first Congress fj'om Dec. 6, 1830 to Mar. 3, 1831, to fill out the unex- 
pired term of Silas AVright. 

He also took, during these times, an active part in the state mi- 
litia, wliich was then maintained in all parts of the state and for 
%yhich he had a great liking. In 1827 he was conunissioned a cap- 
tain of a volunteer company of cavalry. In 1828 and 1829 he held 
the position of Lieut. -Col. and in the two following years that of 
colonel of said independent regiment. For the yeai-s ]832 and 1S33 
he was commissioned a Brigadier-general of the state militia. Sev- 
eral men now livint' tell me how superbly he sat his horse and how 
proudly and grandly he handled the annual brig-ade encampment 
held in the field about a mile southwest of Potsdam Villasre. 



THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



IiJ 1831 he was api)oiDted a judg'e of the Court of Coinmon Pleas 
M'hicli position he held for the term of six years and from which he 
derived the title of Judge, hy wliich he was universally hno^-na. In 
iSiu he jield the disiinguished honor to sit in the state convention 
to revise tlic state constitution. 

Brought up a Democrat, he affiliated with that party until the 
reorganization of parties in 1856 on the slavery question, when he 
became an ardent and most loyal Republican to the end. 

Aged as he was on the brealdng out of the civil v/ai, his pat- 
riotism and loyalty to the Union knew no bounds. Late in the sum- 
mer or early in the fall of 1861 he set out to raise a regiment of men 
for the cause. He took his horse and buggy and rode all over the 
eastern part of the county, enlisting prominent men to help him in 
the various towns, and addressing war meetings in every hamlet, 
as I well remember. Those were stirring times, indeed. So patri- 
otic were the people and so energetically did he labor that in Decem- 
ber of that year his regiment was organized and went iiito en- 
campment for drill and further recruiting at Potsdam, N. Y. The 
barracks were built in the north part of the village, and 1he present 
meadow field, lying north of Grove street and west of Lerr.y street 
was the drilling ground. Ttie present house near tlie southwest 
corner of tliis field was his headquarters. 

The regiment was given the number ninety two, and being fully 
recruited and equipped, left Potsdam on the first day of February, 
1862, for the seat of war with Col. Sanford at its head. A vast con- 
course of people had gathered and lined the roadway and roofs of 
buildings from the barracks to the depot to see them oil'. The col- 
onel and lieutenant-colonel were in a sleigh at tha head of the regi- 
ment with, the writer, a boy, standing on the sleigh runner iind hold- 
ing to Ihe back of the seat. The band came next. The mareli had 
not long proeeoded when the weeping, sobbing and ciyiug of moth- 
ers, wives, sisters and sweethearts along the way was becoming pain- 
ful. At this .inneture the leader of the band cried out. "Colonel, 
what shall we play?" and he instantly replied, "The Girl 1 T.eft 
Behind ^le." They did so and it greatly in.-.pirlied and enlivened all. 
With "Godspeeds" and "Colonel, take care of the boys," huzzahs 
and acclaims of all kinds, they took their departure. He accom- 
panied the regiment to the banks of the James River, where his 
advanced age, seventy-two years, and ill health compelled him re- 
luctantly to abandon the fieUl. He survived this extraordinary ef- 
fort over five years and ke])t up his zeal and work for the cause till 



EIGHTH GENERATION 455 



tlie end of the v.-ar. The regiment did lieroic and valiant service in 
tlie Held. 

lie was a large man standing six feet and weighing fully two 
hundred and tsveriiy-live pounds, erect of figure, with a miUtary 
bearing, which, witli liis strong, intellectual face, made liim a man 
of imposing and commanding presence. His nature was genial, and 
very social, and ho tool: a great interest in the advancement of 
young men, as the ^\riter can testify. Whenever a matter of prin- 
ciple was involved or a conviction attacked, he was resolute and 
most determined. No man I have ever ];nowu was more loyal to 
his eonvictinns or would battle for them more tenaciously tlian lie. 
To have the courage of one's convictions is said to be, and is, a 
great virtue, and he certainly possessed it. Indeed, so great was 
this quality of his nature that in his zeal to establish or maintain 
tiiem, lie was utterly oblivious of all consequences which more dis- 
creet and politic men alwa.ys keep in mind. 

His endurance, both mental and physical, was marvelous. He 
seemed to know no such thing as weariness or fatigue. Neither did 
he know such a thing as fear. He feared no man and shranlv from 
no danger, where duty or iionor called him. He was a positive 
force wherever placed. During the earlier part of his life he was 
a close friend and associate of Governor Wright, Judge Fine. Judee 
Allen, and later of Preston King, Judge James, and other promi- 
nent men. Taken all in all, he v.as a most remarkable man and 
assisted materialJy in tlie shaping and development of all matters 
in his locality in those early pioneer times. 

Mrs. Abigail Sanford was a very gentle, dutiful and loving 
Christiai woman. The auliior has tv/o autograph letters written 
by her to her husband when he was attending Congress in Washing- 
ton, D. C, which he inserts herein because of their local historical 
interest and as sliowing tlie hard struggle of the people in tho^e 
times, tlieir heroism and Christian devotion. 

Hopkinton, N. Y. Nov. 28. 1S30. 
Jonah, My dear Husband, — 

I have ju.'it been viewing one of the most snlcmn sights that 
transpire on oarth, the funeral procession of our neighbor, llfMiian 
S})eldon. I was led to inquire why was it not I o)- some one of our 
family. When I lot>k at the mercies of God I say it was because he 
was ripe for hoaven and I was not. He died Friday morning. He 
had his reason the most of the time since you left, was very calm 
and much resigned. The family is calm, excepting Ezra. * Elder 
Leach preaehes the sermon. 1 do not go down on account of the ex- 



456 THE THOMAS SANFOPJJ FAMILY 



treme bad goini,'. Henry and Jonah (two of her sous) g:o doNni and 
I CA])eeL lliey wiU foteh a lottcr fro))i you iny dear. I liave been tol- 
erably cahn since you k^ft, giving mnre ti)no to rcadinj^ and rnodi- 
taticn. 

Samuel (can not tell vdio tins is but probably bis liired man) 
has bought Benjamin vSanford's steers, cives him $48, brakes them 
and BeJijamin has the use of them this winter. 

The colt that was sick when .you went away is better. We 
found that he had the liorse distemper. Samuel doctored him for 
that and he was soon belter. 

i\Ir. AVebster (can't name) is still pecking away with now and 
then a long sigh, saying, "hard job, high ])rice for a cov/. " He now 
says that had he known cows were so high he should not have worked 
so cheap in the summer. But he wi]] clear his six shillings a day on 
the last job. With this he ought to be conlciited. (He evidently 
had a job clearing land.) 

Our family are all healthy. Silas W. (her son of two years) 
often slarts my tears by going from one window to another calling, 
"Pa, Pa," but in vain, because of the great distance and length of 
time you are to be gone. "When I allow myself to dwell npim it, it 
gives me feelings that you are acquainted with, but do pray for me 
that I may be patient and do my dnty to nj}' famil}' and my God 
without a murmuring word. I count myself happy when I think 
of Mrs. Sheldon with her little family. 

Jonah, I have sent down (village) two or three times to get a 
letter but find none. You told me that you would write at Kees- 
ville and at Cornwall. Whether your press of business prevented 
or they have been delayed I know not. I have not heard one word 
from you since >ou left- Henry (son) and I begin to feel very 
anxious as it must be that you had a very fatiguing journey, but I 
can now see you at the end of your journey and when you will have 
no more bodily exercise than what is necessary for your health. 

I can see you placed in a school (Congress) where you will 
receive instru'-tion that ea)] neve)- be eradicated and 1 trust it may 
be a lasting benefit to yourself and family. 

Our little family is well as also our friends. All things remain 
much as they were when you left. 

The school house business, I believe, has stopped, as Benjamin 
Sanford and Seth Putnam refuse to call a school meeting, saying 
we will not have a school house at present. The people of the East 
say that if the school hon'^e should come to this side (west) of the 
mud hole they should send their children to the Turnpike to school. 
(There was a log school house on the north side of tlie road about 
sixty rods east of Seth Putnam's in IH'Vy, at any rate, and I think 
for several years prior. There were far more children west of it 
than east ar.d 1 feel sure the project was to build another farther 
west. So far as I learn it was not done until about lSn3 when 
a frame sehoolhouse was built close to the brook near Judge San- 
ford's residence. This too disappeared some thirty years ago.) 

Our school begins tomorrow. Dr. Parker's wife's brotlier is the 



EIGHTH GENEIJATIOX 457 



teacher. (Tliis must have been in tlie log f^cliool lioiise near Put- 
nam's.) 

Nathaniel (Baldwin, Jr.) is still pecking S. (no doubt Sanmel 
who v/a,s working- for Jndge Sanford) to take his farm and board 
him. He says he thinks he Avill t.nke it. 

Deacon Asa Moon (on next farm west of Judfre Sanford^ }i?<j 
taken the first steps to labor (convert) with Deacon Abbott ' He 
(Abbott) says he shall attend church meetings. I have some hopes 
in his case but the old man is much grieved. (Deacon Abbott was a 
Baptist.) 

Jonah, don't you think it is best for Samuel to tret an ash loc* 
and take it to mill that it may season for a floor ? I like ash the best! 
(It is evident from this that they were in the old lo.f^ house. He built 
a very large frame house but it must have been after this time.) 
You have had nine letters since you left, one from your brother 
]:'aniel (Cornwall, Vt.) thanking you for your very generous offer, 
one from Holly, one from Capt. Saunders together ^ith his resig- 
nation which ht.^ wished you to forward to the General. He wished 
also to have you call out his Company soon that they may elect a new 
Cai>tain. 

And now Jonah, what shall I say further. It seems that if I 
should look up T shoidd se;^ you, at least should I call I could make 
you h.ear, hut alas, when shall I hear your voice again? But this is 
too gloomy and I refrain. 

I Avill try to be patient if you will be punctual and write me 
every week. Samuel says I must tell you that he has the Academv 
cellar dug and stoned. (I am sure that this was the Academv jn 
Parishville that stood at the top of the Dugwav and was burned 
down in 1854.) 

The children all send their love to their father. The weather 
IS very warm, no frosts or snow to speak of, almost impossible get- 
ting around. Mr. ''Duran" said he would come and whitewasli the 
house last week, but he did not and I fear it will not be done. 

. onah, I have been particular in writing home news, as I have 
no other, and I expect you will be interested with its simplicitv as it 
comes f ••om your honest and true hearted \vife. 

Abigail Sanford. 
Extracts from letiei' of Feb. 4, 183] . Mr. Sanford still in 
"Washington. 
Beloved Husband: — 

Last evening we received seven letters from vou. What a 
double and treble token of frieud.^hip. We read theni over and over 
again and then sat and talked till eleven o'clock. In my dreams 
you were with us most of the night. * * * (SJie spoke of the 
canal on the west bank of Lyd ISruok in Ilopkinton village wliicli 
conveyed water to the grist mill some thirty rods north of the 
road. Traces of tlie canal can still be seen.) 

Our stove has eonie to r>aughlins and we shall get it home soon. 
(Mr. L. was hoi el keeper and Postmaster in Ilopkinton village. I 



458 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



think it the fii.st stove that came into town. I have heard of no 
other earlier than 1S35. The tirst stoves stood }d[;'h and were very 
heavy and it took a good three year old colt to buy one.) 

The note you took of Weed (John K-, a niei-cliant iu the village) 
against Ciiandler (Abijah Jr. near Nieliolville) he says he cannot 
pay. They are making arrangements over the river for a small 
meeting house. (This, I am sure, ^vas at East Village, now Nichol- 
ville.) Seymour Flower has bought out Hiram Rockwell for about 
$900. Rockwell is going to Ord. * * * (33alance of name il- 
legible. * * *' Benjamin Sanford is going to send Maria and Per- 
melia (Ins dauirhters) to Vermont if he has a chance *■■ * ^ 

It was my letter you carried away to AVaahington. 

May God bless you my dear. Remember nie Jonah and do not 
forget me at the throne of grace. I am sincerely your true liearted 
wife and lover, Abigail Sauford. 

Mrs. Harriet Sanford was a talented woman possessing a 
remarkable memory. She could read a page of poetry, hand the 
book to another and repeat it, hs also ])oems aiid essays which f.he 
had committed, for hours and even days without cessatir)n. 

The foregoing sketch was writteii in the first person by the 
aatho'- as was also the editing of tlie two letters. 

He had ten children by first and four b}^ second marriage, all 
except Ozias and Calista born in Hopkinton, N. Y. 

5059. 07.ias% b. Sept. IS, 1S12, Conuval], Vt. ; d. Sept. L", ISlo, Ilopkiuton, 

N. Y. 

5060. Calist.i, b. July 2, 1814, Connyal), Yt.; d. Sept. 25, 1815, nopkinton, 

N. Y. 

ftOGl. + HeiJiy B., b. July 22, 1S16; d. Mar. 27, 1879; in. Casendana EllHhorpe. 

50G2. + rennelia, b. July 2, 1819; d. Oct. 16, 1886; m. Erasuuis Brooks. 

5063.-{-Joiiah, Jr., b. O.-t. 2-1, 1821; d. Oct. IS, 1886; m. Clarinda Eisdou. 

5064. Abigail, b. Feb. 11, 1823; d. Aug. 5, 1835, Hopkinton, N. Y. 

5005. Cordelia, b. June 29, 1S25; d. Aug. 25, 1826, Hcpkinton, X. Y. 

5066. Silas W.. b. Feb. 11, 182!^; d. 1898, Omaha, Nob.; m. Mary Baker. No 
children. He attended F.urlington University. Went to Calitomia 
and Australia iu gold fovor times. He was a short, stocky man, quite 
a f j'.mc.us athlete and ^vrestlcr, and a man of great strength. 

5067.-f Celestia B., b. Mar. 29, 1833; d. Mar. 8, 1898; ra. Yalentine Priest. 

506S.-fT?olliu O., b. Nov. 29, 1837; d. July 29, 1864; m. Ermina Roberts. 

5069. + Simeon H., b. Apr. 3, 1847; d. Apr. 13, 1891; m. Alice Phippen. 

5070. Harriet 15. , b. Mar. 4, 1S50; m. Pec. 21, 1871, Samuel E. Eastman. 

Mrs. East n\ an is a woman of goodly figure, much ease of carriage 
and bearing, most hospitable and generous in her home, active in 
church and social circles, and highly esteemed. No children. Eos., 
Hopkinton, N, Y. 
Twins, b. 1853, son and daughter, d. in infancy. 

2179. OZIAS' SANFORD (same descent o.s^ 2176) b. Jan. 
30, 1703, CoJiiwall, Vt.; d. Sept. 10, 18C3, Shoreham, Vt. ; m. Oct. 




ANNA (TKCK) SAN FORI > 

No. -J ISO 

.TOliX PAXrOUI) KDGAK SAXFORD 

Xo. -J ISO No. 5073 

MARY (SAXKOKDj FLANDKRS MINKiiVA (TII.PKN) SAXFOKD 

Xu. 9Si9 Xu. r.078 

IIAUiaSON K. SAXFOR]:) 

Xo. OS-IS 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



19, 1813, ]\Iaria Sterling, b. Apr. 19, 1796, Shorcliarn, Vt. ; d. Apr. 
25, 1861, Shoreham, Vt., from her clothes takin- fire, liviug only 
twelve hours. 

Mr. Sanford jeceived from his father the following proporty 
and rights when .starting out in the world, as sho^^-n by "his record 
books, to wit: 

Feb 1814 
His time from 1 5 to 2J years of age to learn a trade 

and help himself, estimated at *490 00 

Cash, May, 1820 29 75 

Beef Cattle in 182-i 50 .'qq 

Two notes against John Sanford (Sep. 182G) 129 ! GO 



They had six children, all born in Sli0]-fham Yt. 



628.75 



o07L + Norni3n Jonah?, b. July 30, ISIo; d. June 4, LSS3; m. Catl^erine 

Ilnnnltou. 
5072.-broi]y :\[ciissa, b. July 19, 1817; d. Oct. 20, 1871 ; n. Alvin Pond 
5073.-!-Alraedia Mari.^, b. Feb. 16, 1821; d. June 17, 1862; ra. Levi Wol^-otl. 
5074.4-Charlotte Amelia, b. Sept. 30, 1823; d. July 15, 1894; m. John Hamilton. 
5075.+ James Yeloren, b. Mar. 5, 1S29; d. Dec. 27, 1900 ; m. Phoebe Austin. 
C07G.^-MaJ•iou Adelaide, b. June 5, ]?35; ni. Silas Can-. 

2180. JOIIN^ SANFOliD (same descent as 2176) b. Feb. 14, 
1795, Cornwall, Vt. ; d. Feb. 1, 1869, Cornwall, Vt. ; m. Jan. 4* 
1820, Anna Peck, b. :\rar. 25, 1802, Cornwall, Vt. ; d. Jan. 13, 1892,' 
Cornwall, Vt. 

On beginning business for himself in 1817, his father, as shown 
by his books, gave to him the followiiig property, viz.: 

One watch at $20, and seven yds fulled clo:}i 

Tweiity three acres land in isfay 1820 

One horse. June 1826 

One barrel i)ork, six bush, wheat 

One eld plow $5., one ax & one hoe $2. 

Yoke oxen $80.. one year old colt $25. 

IMoney & Notes 

629.00 
For many years he lived in the house erected by his father, 
and later, in 18G1, built the house occupied by his son Edgar till 
his death in 1907. ITc held a leading place as citizen of his town 
and settled many estates. His wife, Anna Peck, was a daughter 
of Jacol) Peck \>ho settled in Cornwall in 1785, the year following 
the setth'tneut of Penjamin Sanford. Both came from Litchfield, 



$ 28 


.00 


345 


.00 


75 


.00 


18 


00 


r- 
/ 


00 


105 


00 


51 


00 



460 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAJsIILY 

Ct., where they were friends and took farms adjoining in Cornwall. 
Two sons of Benjamin feanford married danghters of ]\lr. Peek, to 
wit: Daniel married Dotha, and John, Anna. 

Mrs. John Sanford lived from the time of her marriage in 1S20 
on the original Sanford homestead as nnstress, to the der.th of her 
husband in 1SG9, and after that with her tson Edgar till her death 
in 1892. ]']arly in life slie nnited with tlie Congregational Chureh 
and was ever a faithful Christian. 

She was a womaii of good heiglit, fine figure, with grace of 
carriage, bright, pleasant of face and speech, agreeable and lovable. 
She lived to the great age of nearly ninety years. At the time of 
the Sanford Centennial at her home in 1884, she was one of the 
heroines of the occasion. (See article in sketch of her son Edgar 
Sanford.) 

They had six children, all. Lorn in Cornwall, Vt. 

5077.+Patrick Henrys, b. Nov. 10, 1S22; cL Oft. 27, 1905; m. (1) Jane Mr.y; 

m. (2) Helen Peck. 
507S.+Edg;!r, b. Feb. 20, 1825; d. July 17, 1907; m. Minervii Tildeu. 

5079. Cordelia, b. Jan. IS, 1S28 ; d. Jan. 2-3, 1902, Cornwtill, Vt.; m. Sept. 5, 

1849, Milo Ellsworth, b. Feb. 15, 1S26, Coru-n-all, \i.; d. July 16, 

1850, Cornwall, Yt. He was a farmer and a breeder of Spanish 
Merino sheep. No children. 

5080. Janette F., b. Oct. 11, 1S30; m. Sept. 5, 1S49, Calvir. Lewis, b. Dec. 15, 

1S2S, Cornwall, VI.; d. Feb. 7, FS97, Boston, Mass. Iv:o children. 

Mr. Lewis at the time of his marriage was a merchant at Coru- 
vrall, Vt. In lS.i9 he removed to Boston, i\[ass., -where he was with 
Wilson, Hamilton fc Co. seventeen years and then with Shcpard, 
Norwell & Co. till his death. 

He was a fine baritone singer, and for twentyeiglit years sang in 
a ohureli quartet. He was also a member of the Apollo Club of 
Boston, Mass., a chartered and noted musical society. He was one of 
the most gonial and companionable of men. For two years he was 
a member of the Boston Common Council. He and wife vrero members 
of the Park Street Church, where Mr. Lewis sang in a quartet for 
ten years. Mrs. Lewis resides in Middlebury, Vt. 

5051. Harrison, b. July 11, 18.35; d. May 27, 1841, Cornwall, Vt. 

5052. Permelia, b. Dec. 11, ISIO; d. June 7, 18-11, Cornwall, Vt. 

2181 BEXJAMLX^ SANFORD, JK. (same descent as 2176) 
b. >ray 7, 1707, Cornwall, Vt. ; d. May, 1S45, Hadley, Mich.; m. 
181G, Lucy Siinonds, d. June 22, 1S71. 

IMr. Sanford took uji a tract of woodlcind about 1818 in IIop- 
kinton, N. Y. ft was situate about one-half mile east of the tract 
pnrchnsetl by his brother Jonah, where he contiTiued to reside till 






MARY ANX (SAXFORD) BKECPIEK 
Ko. 21 S3 




JL'LIUS >r. r.KKCilKR 
No. 5004 



EIGHTH GENERATION 461 



1840, when he sold out and went to Hadley, I\fieh., whore he died 
five years later. His licalth had been poor for some years before 
leaving Uojil^inton. 

On beginning life for liioiself, the books of liis father now 
extant, show that liis father gave hi)n property as f ollov/s : 

Yoke oxen $60., one cow $17 in 1820 $ 77.00 

One bed and bed clothes 15.00 
Large Iron Kettle, $3.25, dish $1.25, pot, $1.25 5.75 
Tea kettle & pan $2., erockery & Glassware $2 4.00 

One eow $17., cash $224.87 241.87 

Cash paid to AY. R. Foot 80.00 

Seven yds fnlled cloth 7.50 

One grindstone $2.13, Cash $8.83 10.96 

Ca.sh paid bv son Jonah, receited 40.00 

Cash Feb. 1823, $120., Cash Jan. 1825, $30. 150.00 

Barrel pork, $12., six bush, wheat $6. 18.00 

Nine dray teeth, nev/ 5.60 

one ax and one hoe 2 00 

Cash in Get. 1826 100.00 



757.98 

They liad seven children, all except iMariah born in Ilopkinton, 
N. Y. 

50S3.+Mariah'«, b. Jan. 23, 1817, Corn%Ta]l, Yt.; d. in ITadley, Mich; m. (1) 

Abner Greene; m. (2) Abram Newberry. 
50S4.+Perme]ia, b. Jan. ]7, 1819; d. May 21, 189R; m. Franklin Kellogg. 
5085. Luey Ann, b. Jan. 23, 1821; d. June, 1S42, Shoreham, Vt.; unm. 
50S6.+Daniel, b. May 10, 1S23; d. June 10, 1904; in. (1) Annetia Mills; m. 

(2) Rfrs. Philena To^ve^; m. (3) Mrs. Amanda Palmer. 
5087. Betsey Ann, b. Jfay 20, 1828; d. 1852; m. 1852 Jliram Bellou-s. 
50S8.-|-Cynthia, b. Sept. 26, 1830; d. Mar. 16, 1868; m. Lewis Bellows. 
5089. Harriet, b. May 30, 1835 ; ro. Feb. 15, 1855, John Winnie. No children. 

She resides in PotsJain, N. Y. 

2183. MARY ANX^ SANFORD (same descent as 2176) b. 
Jan. 15, 1802, Cornwall Vt. ; d. Sept. 6, 1872, Parishville, N. Y.; 
m. Feb. 7, 1819, Daniel :Miner Beecher, d. May 24, 1857. They 
settled first in Shoreham, Vt., later removing to IMinerva, N. Y., 
where they remained until 1833, when they removed to Stockholm, 
N. Y. This hamlet soon took the name of Beec}le^t^^^■n, by which 
it is still Icnown. His son Carlton continued to reside there until his 
death in 1890. The account book kept with his children and still 
extant shows that her father gave to her on her marriage in 1819 
and soon thereafter the following property, viz.: 



462 THE TBOJIAS SANFORD FAMILY 



Two Ijods Sr. bed clothes, $58., two wlieels autl one 

reel $S $ 66.00 

six tabic spoons and six tea spoons 1.88 

Set knives l^- forks & sieve 3.50 

Looking glass & 1 slise & tongs 6.00 

Pair handirous and three i)air kettle 6.50 

Pot, dish kettle, tea kettle & spider 5.00 

Table $5., 2 bedsteads, $4.50, one stand $2.50 12.00 

Bureau, $17., seven chairs $5.50, one bread tray, $1. 23.50 

Two bedeords $1.. two candle sticks $1 $2.00 

Table cloth $1.50, six towells, 1.50 3.00 

Four pans, $1, two pails $.4.3, tinware $1.57 3.00 

Chest $2., Crockery & glassware, $11. 13.00 

Cow $16., seven sheep $18., pr. flat irons .75 34.75 
Cow in Aug. 1821, $17., string gold beads in 1825, $7. 24.00 

Cash in 1826 53.00 



257.08 



They had eight children. 



COOC-fOrraan"* Eeeeher, b. Apr. 7, 1S21; d. ]\tay 26, 190-;; in. (1) Euth Moses; 

m. (£) Sarah Sprajrue. 
5091.+Janette Beeeber, b. July 26, 1823; d. Mar. 3, 1SS6; m. Ebentzer Dclong. 
5092.+Car]ton Bc-ccher, b. Sept. 14, 1824; d. Aug. 8, 1890; m. Jaue Perkins. 
5093. Julina Beecher, b. May 12, 1827, Minerva, N. Y.; d. Aug. 5, 1877, 

Parishville, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 19, 1S53, Hon. P. W. Rose. Xo children. 
5094. -I- Julius M. Beecher, b. Feb. 2G, 1S30; rn. (1) Mary Bolaud; m. (2) 

Sarah Perkins. 
5095.4-BeDJMnun J. Beecher, b. July 22, 1832; d. Mar. 27, 18SS; m. :Mercy 

Bolaud. 
509t3.+John Almon Beecher, b. Aug. 20, 1834; m. Catherine Soper. 
5097. Edmond C. Beecher, b. July G, 1S3S, Stochholm, N. Y. ; d. May IS, 1851. 

2185. JUT.INA^ SANPORD {same descent as 2176) b. July 
28, 180G, Cornwall, Vt. ; d. Mar. 6, 1871 ; m. Dec. 21, 1824, Julius 
De.Loug, b. Ai)r. 22, 1803 ; d. Aug. 22, 1870. On her marriage and 
soon aftcrv.'ards she received property from her father, as shown 
by his account books, still in exislencc, as follows: 

Bureau, table, stand and ten chairs, 30.50 

Iron, crockery & glassware got at Stewards 19.73 
Looking glass $3., set knives, forks tl' spoons 3.67 6.67 

Pair scissors &: two candle sticks 1.04 

Tin ware & bowl 1.00 

Shovel, longs, handirons & boiling kettle 8.28 

Cii'^st. bread tray & rollin pin 3.37 

Two bedsteads & Cords 6. 38 

two beds <fc bedclothes 58.00 

three table cloths $4.50, 7 tov.-els $2. 6.50 




JULIXA (SANFOl 
-No. 
PKKMEI.IA rSANFOlM*; IIlLf, 
No. 2177 



BKTSV (SAXFORD) POXJi 
\o. 2 ISO 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



Tub, churn & two pails, $3.82, cow & calf $20. 
Seven slieep, $8., 4 milk pans & cream pot 
Two notes againiit John Sanford Sep. 182G for 



23 


.82 


9 


.00 


152 


.00 



32G.25 



They moved in 1836 to Centre Point, 111. 

They had tliree children, all horn in Centre Point, 111. 
509S.+MarEhall P.s DeLong, b. Juue 34, 3S26; d. Jan. 29, 1S92; in. Mary 

Harding. 
5099.+:^raTJ Ann DcLoug:, b. Feb. 27, 1S2S; d. Sept. 2, 1S50; m. Er.elciel Foster. 
5inO. + Harriet Tilden DcLong, b. Mar. IS, 1833; m. Abel Benedict. 

2186. BETSEY^ SANFOKD (same descent as 2176) b. June 
6, ISIO, Cornwall, Vt. ; d. Dec. 30, 1898, Huron, So. Dak. ; m. Jan. 8, 
1828, Zimri Pond of Shoreham, Vt. ; b. Apr. 1, 1807, Siioreham, Yt. ; 
d. Oct. 0, 1892, Huron, So. Dak. On her marriage and afterwards 
she received property from her father, as shoA'ai by his account 
books, now extant, as follows. 

House goods, bed 6c bedclothes $155.00 

Cov.- $20., Cash $55 75.00 

Note against Jolin Sanford 97.00 

227.00 
After their marriage they resided in Shoreham, Yt. till 1810 
when they went to Centre Point, 111. They also resided for a time 
in Henderson, 111. ilrs. Pond attended the Benjamin Sanford fam- 
ily reunion at the old homestead in Cornwall, Yt. in 1884 and was 
the only child of Benjamin then living. At this time she was living 
in Knoxville, 111. 

They had six children, all except Permclia born in Shoreham, 
Yt. 

5101. Sarolis Fond, b. June 4, 1830; d. May 30, 1844, Chicago, HI. 

5102. Harriet Pond, b. Nov. 4, 1S31; d. May 30, 1844, Chicago, HI. 
5103.4-3i:ilen Pond, b. Sept. 9, 1835; d. July 21, 1902, in. Milford Harabliu. 
5104. Henry Sanford Pond, b. Nov. 4. 1S37; d. June 10, 1S44, Chicago, 111. 
5105.+Julina Ann Pond, b. May 16, 1839; d. June 19, 1900; in. Robert Carson. 

5106. + Pernielia Antoinette Pond, b. Jan. 1, 1845; m. Aslier Pay. 

218S. PvHODA PA^IELA' SANFOED {Clarh 945, JoiwJi 
397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Epliraim 6, Thomas t) b. 1795; d. Feb. 
26, 1831 ; m. Sept. 21, 1823, Judge Xehemiah Browne, b. Nov. 29, 
1775; d. Nov. 1, 1855, Rye, N. Y. 

They had three childi-en. 

5107. Sanford Clark"' Browne, b. 1825; d. Mar. 7, 1853, ag. 28. 
510S.+Mary Pamela Browne, m. Samuel Satterlee. 

5109.+ Anna Evelyn Bro^rae, b. Kye, N. Y.; d. Dec. 23, 1900; ni. Arthur Bissell. 



^ THE THOMAS SANFOUD FAMILY 



2189. JOHN CLAKK^ SANFOllD (same descent as 2J88) 

I ^V'r^'Tlr' ^- ^'"'- "^' ^^'^' ^- ^- ^-^ ^^- «"«^^ II^ll of 
i airfield Ct., d. Mar., 1885. She was the daughter of Dr. Da^id 

IK. ' ''''"^ "" '''''^^''' •'^ Commodore Hull, Coinmander of tlie 

ship Constitution. John C. aud Henry J. Sanford were men of liigli 
character, mechanical ingenuity and great husine.ss capacitv-ujv 
right, honorable and generous. In 1832, having invented *a new 
process of extraction, they applied it to the manufacture of evtr^et 
of logwood and other dye woods, this superseding the other articles 
o± their manufacture, became their principal business. Thpv also 
extensively engaged in the manufacture of a paste licorice' root 
universally used in the manufacture of plug tobacco Dec o' 
1841, a joint stock company was formed under the name of The 
Stamford Mfg. Co. ; H. G. Sanford, Pres., the original stockholders 
being Henvy J., John C, Rollin Sanford (their cousin), Isaac B 
Kedheld, and Judge Nehemiah 33rowne, who, in 1816 turned h^'s in 
tercst over to his son, Sanford C. Browne. Mr. Kedfield sold his 
interest to tlie Messrs. Sanford who continued in the business The 
Company exists under the same name at the present time it= irills 
being as before at Stamford, Ct. 

They had one child. 
5110.-f Susan E]izal,oth^ b. about 1S30; m. Theodore Saltug. 

o.J^l^:.^^^^'^^^ JOSEPHUS^ SANFOSD (same descent as 
21SS) b. 1804. Port Chester, N. Y. ; d. .Mar 30 1851 N Y C • 
buried in F.ye, X. Y.; m. Apr. 5, 1831, Mary, dau. of Saimiel Jarvisi 
b. Sept. 14, 1809, N. Y. C. ; d. Jan. 23, 1854, N. Y. C (For .hctcli 
see 21 SO.) 

They had four children 

5111. Mary Elizabeth?, d. aff. six years. 

5112. + AnBa Pamel., b. May -J," 1833; d. Aug. 12, 1901; m. (1) John 

Mcl.Tackaii; m. (2) Mclvin Gopoland. 

5113. Emily, d. ag. 27; m. 1S55, W. Eetts. 

5114. Mary Elizabeth, d. i\g. six years. 

2195. PHODA^ SANFORD {Simeon 94S, Jonah S97, Joseph 
13G, Samuel 35, Ephrahn 6, Thomas 1) b. July 7, l&Ol • d July 7 
1803. Morris, Ct. ; m. (1) Nov. G, 1822, ^Villiam Ilenr'v Harrison 
of Morris, Ct. ; d. Mar. 17, 1830; m. (2) Sept. 22, 1839, Edward 
Cowles, d. Apr. 4, 1849. 

I\rrs. Rboda S. Cnwlos was a sister of Pollin Sanford and a 
most bright and genial old lady. She had great pride in the family 















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EIGHTH GE NERATION 465 

d during the last twenty years of lior life, gathered all the family 
data she could. The author is indebted to her for a gi-eat part of 
what he has learned as to the descendants of Simeon Sanford, be- 
dsides much other infunnatiou. She did })er part to bring about a 
Sanford genealogy. She was a noble woman. 

She had tliree children by first and one by second marriage. 

5115.-|-K<j]liR ITainilfoiT- Harrison, b. Sept. Id, 1S23; d. Mar. 1, 1909- ra Laura 
Whittlesey. ' 

5110. Hannah Elizabetli ITarrison, b. Dec. 9, 1826; d. Dec. 2S, ]S20. 

5117. Henrj Sanford liarrison, b. Sept. 23, 1S30. Was a soldier in the Civil 
War and afterwards enlisted in the U. S. Army. Whereabouts 
nnkuo-s^Ti. 

511S. Edivard Sanford Cowles, b. Sept. 19, 1843; d. Eeb. 20, IS 10. 

2196. CJ.ATMNDA^ SAXFOKD {same descent as 2195) b. 
Feb. 28, 1804; d. :\ray 21, 1875, Baltimore, Md. : m. Nov. 12. 1823, 
William D. Harrison, b, 1800; d. Jan. 25, 1870, Baltimore, Md! 
They went to Baltimore in 1839, vrhcre they were great workers in 
charitable and benevolent affairs. Mr. Harrison was an exemplary 
Christian, active business man and agent. He was chief manager 
and Vice-President of the Canton Co. IMrs. Harrison was a most 
gracious, genial, courtly, intellectual and noble woman, charitable, 
hospitable, fine of carriage and bearing, handsome of face, sweet 
of spirit and purpose, and greatly respected and beloved by all who 
had the good fortune to meet and to know her. 

They had two children. 

5119. Prances? Harrison, b. Eeb. 6, 1820, So. Farms, Ct.; d. Feb. 25, 1S42, 

Ealtiinore, Md. 
5120.-f.Ti.iia Ilarrisou, b. ISfay 1, 1829; m. William Hoffman. 

2197. ROLLING SANFORD {same descent as 2195) b. Mar. 
27, 1806, Cornwall, Vt. ; d. Dec. 2, 1879, N. Y. C; m. (1) May 25, 
1835, IMaria Seymour, d. Apr. 5, 1836; m. (2) Sept. 10, 1839, Lucy 
Ann Vr'right of Brooklyn, N. Y., d. Apr. 20, 1843; m. (3) Apr. 28, 
1847, Clarinda S. Harrison of N. Y. C. ; d. Jan. 12. 1884, N. Y. C. 

Mr. Sanford. aft(u- graduating from Yale College in 1831. stud- 
ied law in the office of Hon. William H. Seward at Auburn, N. Y. 
Upon his admission to the bar he began practice in N. Y. C, ivhen, 
his health failing him, he joined his cousins, John C. and Henry J. 
Sanford of the Stamford r^lfc:. Co. of Stamford, Ct., in which he con- 
tinued as a director and heavy stoekholder till Ids death. When 
his cousiji, ('. '^mel Jonah Sanford i)assed through New York City 
(30) 



466 THE THOMAS SANFOm-) FAMILY 



vv-iMi liis 92cl regiment for tlie seat of war in P'ebrnary, 3 8G2, he pre- 
sented the regiment witii a fine flag. lie was a ver}- successful 
business ]nari and left a large estate. On his death the New York 
Evening Po--^t spoke of liiin thus,— 

I\ir. San ford was a man of strict integrity and possessed a 
genial humor which enlisted the friendship of all with whom he 
had dealings. He cultivated a marked taste for literature and art 
while attending faitlifully to the cares of business. His personal 
appearance was imposing as his figure Avas very large and finely pro- 
portioned. 

From other newspaper notices of him, and resolutions passed 
by the directors of the Stamford Mfg. Co., the author learns that 
he v,-as a grand and noble man, beloved by all who knew him. 

lie had one child by first, two by second and six by third mar- 
riage. 

5121. Sons, li. 1S36; lived sevontcen lioms. 

5122.-f-M-aria Seymour, b. Aug. 1, 1840; d. Aug. 27, 1S74; m. Xieholas Saltus. 

5123. Amari Wright, b. July 4, 1842; d. Oct. 19, 1SS8, Brooldyn, N. Y.; 
unni. ITe inherited a fortune from liis maternal grandfather Amasa 
Wright, of Brooklyn, N. Y. ITo was a bright, genial, handsome, 
lovable man — "too A^-illing to pnt off till tomorrow" — universally 
respected, and his picture hangs in many of the great clubs in New 
York City. 

5124.-fElihu Harrison, b. Sept. 15, 1850; d. Nov. 19, 1892; m. Mary Baxter. 

5125. Rollin, b. Nov. 11, 1852, Brooklyn, N. Y.; d. Mar. 24, 1SG4. 

5126. + Winiam Ifenry, b. May 17, 1854; m. Joanna Swartwout. 

5127. Simeon Francis, b. Feb. 21, 1857, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; d. Mny 18, 1S59. 

5128. Elizabeth Post, b. July 18, 1859, Hastings on Hudson, N. Y. ; d. Mar 

15, 1SG3. 

5129. Alice Warner, b. Aug. 19, 1862, Hastings on Hudson, N. Y.; d. Mar 

10, 1SG3. 

2201. E^IELINJ-y GOODWIN (Olive 952, Joscpl 399, Jo- 
seph 1S6. Sautucl 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 25, ISOO, Litch- 
field, Ct. ; d. Feb. 23, 1885; m. Dee. 22, ]824, IMyron Osborn, b. Sept. 
28, 179G, Litchfield, Ct. 

They had six children. 

5130. Caroline Jlaria'- Osborn, b. Oct. 11, 1S25; m. George Kenney. 

5131. Cornelia Osborn, b. Feb. 17, 1829; unni. 

5132. KlizMbcth Osborn, b. Sept. 3, 1831; d. July 9, 1837. 

5133. Julia Emeline Osborn, b. Aug. 20, 1833; m. George W. T^Iason. 

5134. + E!i:ida Goodvdn Osliorn, b. Feb. 7, 1S37; d. March 2-5, 1865; m Sarah 

Wilson. 

5135. Myron Marsh Osborn, b. Dec. 7, 1841; d. Oct. 1, 1842. 



OZJAS SAXFORD 
No. 2171* 




VELOlvKN SAXFOKD 
No. 5070 



EIGHTH GENERATION 407 



2205. ELIZABETH' GOODWIN {same descent as 2201) b. 
May 18, 1811, Lik-Iifield, Ct. ; d. Sept. 24, 1867; rn. Jan. 27, 1841, 
Charles Grandison Ives, b. .Oct. 22, 1781, Bristol, Ci.; d. iMay G, 
1SG7. They resided in Bristol, Ct. ]Mr. Ives Vv'as a farmer and mnch 
respeeted by liis fellow townsmen. He was a Iiepresentative in 
the Legislature three years, Justice of the Peace and Selectman. 
Was also deacon in the Congregation.al church. 

They had four cliildren. 

5136. Charles Grandison'^ Ivos, Jr., b. Sept. IS, lS-13. 

5137. George Emerson Ives, b. July 2, ]S45; d. Jan. 22, ]S55. 
513S. Cornelius Ives, b. June 4, 1850 ; d. Jan. 8, 1855. 

5139. Eiizabelh Goodwin Ives, b. Feb. 5, 1853. 

2207. OLIVE CATHEEINE^ GOODWIN {same dcsceni as 
220]) b. :\Iar. IS, 181B, Litchfield, Ct. ; ra. Feb. 20, 1839, Whiting 
Parlee Smith, b. Sept. 1812, Sharon, Ct. ; d. July 22, 1873, Ansonia, 
Ct. ]Mr. Smith was a millwright and car[)entftr, resided in Litch- 
field, Ct. He enlisted, 1862, in the 19th Keg't. Ct. Vol. and was 
discharged in 1864. 

They had two children. 

5140. Tfnth Elleus Smith, b. Apr. 17, 1843, m. Eev. John R. Williams. 

5141. Henry Parloe Smith, b. Aug. 24, 1846; d. Nov. 30, 1846. 

2208. POLLY' SANFORD {Stephen 953, Joseph 399, Joseph 
136, Samuel S3, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. 1800, Litchfield, Ct. ; d. 
1850; m. (1) William Godfrey; ni. (2) Gilbert Beckwith. 

She had two children by first marriage. 

5142. Lucias Godfrey, m. Gilbert Beckwith, Jr., of Li na, N. Y. 
5143.+Clara Godfrey, d. in Bay City, Mich.; m. Spencer Potter. 

2209. ET.'IZA" SANFORD {seime descent as 220S) b. July 4, 
1802, Litchfield, Ct.; d. Nov. 7, 1890, Dansville, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 30, 
1830, Charles L. Shepard, b. Mar. 17, 1806, Little ^Farlboro, Ct. : d. 
De.?. 25, 1859. Albany, N. Y. Mr. Shepard was a large hearted, 
generous minded man, greatly loved by all who hnew liim. He dealt 
largely in real estate and w^ool. i\Irs. Shepard was a true helpmeet 
and theirs was a very happy and hospitable home. 

They had four children. 

5144. Caroline E.s Slicpard, b. July 21, 1831, Avon, N. Y. ; unm. Kes., 

Syracuse, N. Y., with her sister Mrs. IMxson. 
5145.4-Emily J. Shej'ard, b. May 6, 1834; m. William Dixson. 



^^S TJIE THOI\rAS SANFOHD FAMILY 



514G. Charles H. Shepard, b. Oct. 17, 1S36, Geneseo, N. Y.; m. Nov. 2 ISSO 
Florence R. Lathrop. Res., Brinifleld, iJa-^s ' ' 

5147.+Frances J. Shepard, b. Oct. 4, 1838; rn.' Andre\v Brown. 

2210. CLARISSA^ SANFOKD {same desccni a. 2208) b 
Feb. 11, urn, l.itchfield, Ct..; ra. William AYliittlesey, d. Lima, N. 

They bad one child. 

5148. Sanford V;^illiams Whittlesey, b. 1845, Lakeville, N. Y. A lawyer in 
Chicago, 111. 

2211. JULIA CLARK^ SANFORD {same descent as 220S) b 
Se})t. L 1S05, Litchfield, Ct. ; d. Apr. 23, 1887, N. Y. C. ; m. Dec. 2, 
1827, iMarqnis 1). Brown, d. Aug. 19, 1874. 

Tboy bad six children. 

5149. Marie Antoinettes Brown, b. Sej.t. 5, 1S32; m. Mar. 22, 1S6G John 

A. Darroji. ' 

5150.+EliKa Cordelia Brown, b. May 13, 1835; m. James Congdon 

-;ro'"^J!'^"^^^''r ^'°^'''' ^- ^''''- 2-5' 1S37; d. Jan. 25, 1863; m. Martha Ives, 
olo.. Colliny Brown, b. Ang. 10, JS39; d. Mar. 12, 1907; m. Dec. 28 1870 
Nellie Carpenter. ' ' 

5]53. Harvey Brown, b. Apr. 15, 1843; m. Feb. IS, ISGS, Luev Harvey 
ol54. Lieuea Amarette Brown, b. Mar. 10, 1845. 

2212. CAROLLXE BECKWITIT^ SANFORD {same descent 
as 220S) b. Aug.. 19, ]807, in Ct. : m. Apr. 19, 1836, Renben Newton 
of Liyonia, N. Y., d. Apr. G, 1SG9. 

They had three children, all born in Livonia, N. Y. 

5155.+William Godfreys Newton, b. May 29, 1839; m. Janette Voorhies 
515G.+Charles Shepard NeMlou, b. ^lay 12, 1842; m. Mary Clarke. 
5157.+Maria Josephine Newton, b. 1S47; m. Edward Bedford. 

221.5. FANNIE^ SANFORD {same descent as 2208) b. Aug 
181-i; d. in :Mich. ; m. Iliram Brown. 

Tliey had one child. 
515S. Susan'' Brown, m. George Northrop. 

2217. JOSEPH CLARK^ SANFORD {same descent as 2^0^) 
b. June 15. 1818, xVvon, N. Y. : d. 1898. Livonia. N. Y. ; m. June 1 
1845, Caroline H., dau. of Franklin and Br-fsev T. Stone b Nov 1 
1819, Jay. N. Y. ; d. June 29. 1902, Rochester. N. Y. They ren.oved 
to Livonia, N. Y. 

They had four children, all born in Livonia. N. Y. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 469 

51o?. Alloc Josephiiio^ b. Sept. 27, 1S46; d. Jan. ?7, 1901, Livonia, N. Y.; 

unm. 
51G0.+Bclle Amanda, b. Nov. 2?>, 1847; m. Oscar Williams. 
Cini.-f Ch;u-lrs Sheiiard, b. Au^. 4, 1851; m. J^Iaud Blackmore. 
51G2.-!-Emma Julia, b. Sept. 3, 185:^; m. Lucius I'liclps. 

2223. SIDNEY DWIGIiT^ SANFORD {Edmimd 954, Jo- 
seph 399, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 16, 
1819, Sherburne, N. Y. ; deceased; in. Sept. 12, 1843, :^Jargarel 
Jones of Sherburne, N, Y. 

]\rr. Sanford was one of Sherburne's best known and wealthiest 
citi/ens. 

They hud two children, born in Shei'burne, N. Y. 

5163.+Chark-s Horatio Dwights, b. June 10, 1844; m. Marion Blanehard. 
5164.-fCaroliue Eliza, b. Feb. 21, 1S5S; m. Orrin Gorton. 

2225. ANX .^[E1HTABL>7 SANFORD {Ozias 955, Joseph 
399, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 10, 
1818, Litchfield, Ct. ; m. Dee. 26, 1845, John Babbitt of Brookfield, 
Ct, b. Oct. 1, 1817; d. Nov. 1, 1869. 

They liad two children. 

51G5. -J- Herbert Sanford* Babbitt, b. July 27, 1847; d. Sept. 31, 187S; m. 

Harriet Camp. 
516C. Artlmr Dunning Babbitt, b. Jan. 28, 1855; d. May 15, 1874, Morris, 

Ct. 

2226. JOSEPH' SANFORD {same descent os 2.235) b. 
May 1, 1820, ^Morris, Ct. ; d. July 30, 1877 ; m. Apr. 28, 1842, Betsey 
Ann Potter, b. ^lar. 3, 1823; d. Nov. 30, 189r. Both buried in 
iMorris Burying- Ground. 

They had five child)'en, all born in ^Morris, Ct. 

5167. + Truman Ozias'', b. Apr. 17, 1S43 ; d. Sept. 20, 1881; m. Julia Smith. 

51CS. Kebecca Eunice, b. Mar. 15, 1S49; d. Apr. 1, 1849. 

5169. Sydney E., b. Jan. 5, 1852; d. Nov. 22, 1859. Buried iu Morris 

Cemetery. 
5170.+.Tolm Potter, b. Sept. 14, 185G; d. June 29, 1893; m. Trypliena Evarts. 
5171.+Wiiriam Thompson, b. July 9, 1S5S; m. Belle Woodward.' 

2227. ELIZA" BEEBE {Clarissa g56, Joseph 399, Joseph 
136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. May 9, 1808; d. Mar. 22, 
1887; m. :\ray 1827-S, Dr. John ^Vadhams Russell. They settled 
in Mt. Vernon, 0. 

Thev had live children. 



470 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 

5172. William B» Eusscl), m. Sarah Elliott of Mt. Vernou, 0. 

Mr. Russell was a dnipgist at Mt. Vernon, O. 

5173. John Russell, d. about 1S76, Mt. Vernon, O. He wa.^. a physician. Left 

a wife and three children. 
517'^. Sarah Russon, .d. in infanry. 
5175. Ann Eli7,a Russell, m. William Cooper. He was a proTuiuent lawyer in 

Mt. Vernon, O. 
5170. Isaac Wadhams Russell, d. 1S77; unm. He was a physician and surgeon. 

2228. REBECCA ROCKWELL^ BEEBE {savic descent as 
2227) h. June 4, 1810; d. 1865, Davenport, la.; m. xVpril, 1834, 
Alexander A. Howard, of Amity, IMd. They lived ou liis father's 
plantation. 

Tliey had t^vo children. 

5177. Elizabeth B.s Howard, m. Jolm Hackett, of Beloit, Wis. 
517S. Harriet Howard, ni. Hany Lee, son of Bishop Lee of Iowa. Residi;d in 
Syracuse, X. Y. 

2229. PHILTP SCTIl TYLERS BEEBE (same descent as 
2227) b. ?.Inr. 12, 1812, Litchfield. Ct. ; in. (1) Oct. 10, 1838, Cath- 
erine Elizabeth Hall of Newark, N. J., d. Nov. 20, 1843; ni. (2) 
Sept. 28, 1847, Lucy Beebe Robbins of Canaan, Ct., d. Apr. 27, 1876, 
New Haven, Ct. 

He had one child by first and two by second marriage. 

5179. Harriet Almira-^ Beebe, d. Aug. 4, 1SG5; ra. Rev. II. S. Kelsey. 
51S0. Sarah Holley Beebe, b. Xov. 10, 184S; m. Moses Lynia!i, Jr., of Goshen, 

Ct. Res., Waverly, N. Y. 
5181. William Beebe, m. June 22, 1880, Elizabeth Febiger of Wilmington, 
Bel. Mr. Beebe ^vas a j>rofessor in Y'ale College after his graduation 

in 187;^.. Res., New Haven, Ct. 



2231. CLTVE GOODWIN' BEEBE {same descent as 2227) 
b. Dec. 11, 1817. Litchfield, Ct. ; m. Aug. 31, 1842, Sheldon W.- 
Peck. They went to Chicago, 111., wlicre they lived nntil 1856 and 
tlien removed to P)eioit, Wis., where ]Mr. Peck engaged in the Inm- 
ber business. 

Tlicy had five children, all except Clara born in Chicago, 111. 

5182. Clara Maria'' Beck, b. Sept. 2, 1843, Litchfield, Ct.; m. Mar. 12, 1SG7, 

John S. Kendall of Chicago, HI. Res., Cliica<;o, 111. 

5183. Catl'.ariue P.vk, b. Mar. 9, 1S45. 

5184. Georgiana Peck, b. Sept. 23, 1847; d. May 29, 18GS, Beloit, Wis. 

5185. William S. IVck, b. Dee. 24, 1849. Merchant in Beloit, Wis. 
518G. Mary Abigail Beck, b. Oct. 27, 1851; d. Oct. 17, 1853, Chicago, III. 



EIGHTH GENERx\TION 471 

2234. JUDGE DAVID CUKTIS' SANFORD {Joel 957, 
Jonas 411, Jonathan 133, Samuel 35, Ephraini 6, Thomas 1) h. Jan. 
23, 1798, New Milford, Ct. ; d. May, 1864; m. (1) Sept. 1, 1822, 
Caroline T., dan. of Orange IMcrwin, d. Jan. 20, 3 824; ni. (2) I\Tay 
25, 1830, Amelia Selima, dan. of Osias Seymo\ir of Litchfield, Ct., 
d. JuJy 15, 1833; m. (3) Nov. 28, 1837, Emily, dan. of Epaphras 
Bnll, d. Oct. 12, 1900, a£r. SO. She M'as a most generoii.s, philan- 
thropic, broad minded and noble woman. Among other good works 
she bnilt a beautiful chnrcii at Ne\v I\Iilford, Ct. I\Ir. Sanford, 
after getting a common school education and attending the Academy 
a term or two, began the study of lav^' at the age of nineteen in the 
office of Hon. Perry Smith in New >\Iilford, and later in the onice 
of Hon. Seth P. Beers of Ijitchfi(-;ld, co^npleting his course in the 
law school of Judge Chapman in Newtown, in Aug., 1820. Tie at 
once opened an office in Litchfield and soon formed a partnership 
with ^Ir. Beers. In a few years he succeeded to the business of the 
firm. 

In 1832, he removed to Norwalk, Ct., where he continued the 
practice of law, disturl)ed for a time b}' a severe domestic affiiction, 
after which he removed to Now ]Milfo rd arjd built uj) a large 
pi-aetice. 

In 1851, he was elected Judge of the Superior and Suprt'me 
Courts, which lie filled with conspicuous ability to the end of his 
life. For a time he was State Attorney l)ut had little love for 
politics. In 1854, he was elected State Senator and became Chair- 
man of the Judiciary Committee. He drew the State temperance 
law, which has withstood all attacks to the present time. He was 
an earnest anti-slavery man and an intensely loyal man during the 
Civil "War. As a public speaker he was not bJlliant, bat char, 
logical and effective. "As a judge he was kind, courteous, iiatiimt 
and dignified." "Not a suspicion ever assailed him." "A more 
geiitle, kind, modest, humble num never lived." From early life 
he vas a member of the Protfstaut Ispiscopal Cluirch. 

The Legislature of thr State on learning of his denu'se, ad- 
journed out of respect to his memory, passing this most complimen- 
tary resolution on his death and character. 

"Resolved, that the deceased by the vigor and clearness of his 
intellect, by his experience at the Bar and \\\)im the Bench, by liis 
ripe scholarship, by the /eal and faithfulness witli which he per- 
formed every private duty and fulfilled every public trust. In- the 
elevation and strength of his moral and reliiz'ious character so 
strikingly manifested in the purity of his life, secured for himself 



472 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



a projninent place ainongc the most, valuable and clistinf^uishcd men 
of the State." 

{21ic foregoing si- etch is ahridged from Vol. 32, Conn. Law 
Beporls.) 

He Lad one child by second and two by third nicirriage. 

51S7. + neurj Seymour", b. Mar. 5, 1832; d. Nov. 2, 1901; m. Sophia Daniels. 

5188. Carolina Salina, b. Apr. 12, 1839; unm. E^s., New Milford, Ct. 

5189. Sarah Northrop, b. Mar. 6, 1841; d. Aug., 1910, on the Isle of Wight, 

England; m, William D. Black of N. Y. C; d. 18S9, New Milford, 
Ct. Mrs. Black was proprietress of the Inglcside School. Hei 
remains were brought from England and Buried at New Milford, Ct. 

2235. JUIjTA MARIA^ SANFORD (same descent as 2234) 
b. May 9, 1S03, New IMilford, Ct. ; m. Albert N. Gaylord of New 
Milford, Ct. 

They had three children, all born in New IMilford, Ct. 

5190.-|-Albert Duane^ Gaylord, b. Oct. 15, 1S2S; d. Feb. 15, 1900; m. Maria 
Tibbetts. 

5191. + ]IarvcT J. Gaylord, b. July 2, 1S32; m. (1) Mary Flatt; ni. (2) 

Martha Lewis. 

5192. Edward Sanford Gaylord, b. Aug. 6, 1840; m. July 29, 1874, Harriet 

B., dau. of Robert and Sarah Taylor. No children. Mr. Gaylord is 
a dentist in New Haven, Ct. 

2236. CHARLES GRANDISON' SANFORD {same descent 
as 2234) b. Feb. 25, 1814, New Milford, Ct. ; d. May 12, 1891, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Eunice Emily, dan. of Levi and P0II3' H. ]\Ior- 
ris, b. Sept. 23, 1817, Bridgewater, Ct. ; d. Mar. 29, 1887, Brooklyn, 
N. T. 

They had three children. 

5193. -{-Charles INforriss, b. Fob. 8, 1844; d. Oct. 9, 1893; m. Huldah Luther. 

5194. Hattie Emily, m. George D. Higgs. 

5195. Lizzie M., d. June 29, 1886; m. Theodore Obrig. 

2237'. FANNY' ROP>ERTS {Ahkih 958, Jonas 411, Jonathan 
13S, Sami/d 35, Ephraim 6, Tliomas 1) b. July 5, 1798, Hinesburg, 
Vt.; d. May 6, 3853, llopkinton, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 15, 1814, Joel 
Goidd, b. Sept. 28, 1789 ; d. Dec. 2G, 18G9, ITopkiuton, N. Y. 

Tliey had seven children, all boj-n in Hoplcinton, N. Y. 

5196.-JJuliette^ Gould, b. Jan. 14, 1815; d. Nov. 13, 1875; m. Dr. Orlando 

Howard. 
5197. Mary A. Gould, b. Aug. 17, ISIS; d. Oct. 20, 1826. 
5198. -{-Harriet J. Gould, b. Mar. 4, 1S21; d. May 11, 1905; m. Harvey Brown. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 473 



5199. Eli S. Gould, b. June 16, 1823; d. Oct. 30, 182G. 

5200. Fauny C. Gould, b. Feb. 8, 1826; d. Mar. 11, 1S26. 
5201.+Ad;iliiie L. Gould, b. July 27, 1827; d. June 2.J, 1S99; in. Wiliiain 

Eichardson. 

5202. Daugliier, b. Ma;, 19, 1S30; d. 'Mjj 19, 1830. 

2239. MARIETTE* ROBERTS {same descent as 2237) b. 
July 12, 1803, Vergennes, Vt. ; d. Nov. 8, 1839, Granby, N. Y. ; m. 
jMay 3, 1826, Johu Gould, b. Aug. 25, 1801; d. July 28, 1850, in 
Iowa. 

They had seven children. 

5203. Sons, h. Feb. 10, 1827; d. Feb. 11, 1S27. 

5204. Carlton D. Gould, b. Aug. 3, 1828; d. Aug. 19, LS39, Granby, N. Y. 

5205. Hcllcna D. Gould, b. Feb. 28, 1830. Lived in the West. It was feared 

that she v,as killed by the Indians. 

5206. Ilenrictte S. Gould, b. Nov. 14, 3S31. Lived in the West and vras 

probably killed by the Indians. 

5207. Eli Gould, b. May 23, 1836; d. June 24, 1836, in Osvrego. 

5208. Ellen Gould, b. Jan. 21, 1S39; d. Feb. 26, 1839. 

5209. Joel M. Gould, b. Jan. 21, 1839; d. Sept. 8, 1853, Hopkintou, N. Y. 

2240. JOHN S.' ROBERTS {scune descent as 2237) b. Feb. 
3, 1806, Yergenues, Yl.; d. Dec. 19, 1805, Hopkintou, N. Y. ; m. 
]\[ar. 9, 1831, Eveline D. Gibbs at Norfolk, N. Y. 

They had six eliildren, all born in Hopkinton, N. Y. 

5210.+Hannah A.s Koberts, b. May 26, 1832; d. Mar. 14, 1886; ni. James 

Macomber. 
52n. + Gcorge Thurman Roberts, b. Apr. 2.5, 1834; d. ?*Iar. 17, 1902; m. 
Eleanor Starks. 

5212. + Ashford X. Roberts, b. Dec. 10, 1836; m. Mary Clark. 

5213. Erniina E. Roberts, b. May 20, 1840; ra. (1) Rolliu 0. Sanford {sec 

5068) ; ni. (2) Russell Coolidge. Res., Fort J lekson, N. Y. 

5214. Janette A. Roberts, b. May 6, 1842; d. May 3, 1862. 
5215. -f Ida E. Roberts, b. Dee. 29, 1854; m. Myron Clark. 

2241. CLARISSA^ ROBERTS {same descent as 2237) b. 
Sept. 16, 1808, Hopkinton, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 4, 1866, iMedway, Mass. ; 
m. Jan. 21. 1828, Eluathan "s. "Winslow, b. Feb. 23, 1802 ; d. Sept. 
22, 1898, Woonsocket, R. I. 

They had seven children, all except Clara born in Pierpont, 
N. Y. 

5216.+Angeliue A.s Winslow, b. Aug. 1, 1S30; d. Aug. 1, 1853; m. Samuel 

Leonard. 
5217. + Alzina Ann Winslow, b. Dec. 13, 1832; d. Nov. 12, 1901; m. Lucius 

Taylor. 
5218.4-Ellen M. Winslow, b. Sept. 3, 1835; m. George Fuller. 



474 THE TnOMAS SANFORD PAMTLY 

62] n. Edgar Winslow, b. Oct. IG, IS^JS; d. Nov. 3, 183S, Pierpont, N. Y. 
52:-'0. Etiwin V/ir.slo?,, b. Oct. IG, 1838; d. Nov. 3, 1S3S, Pierpont, N. Y. 

5221. Francis H. V7iuslow, b. July 8, 1816; d. Nov. 15, 1846, Pierpont, N. Y. 

5222. + Clara D. AVinsIow, b. Apr. 1], ]850; m. Ferdinand Hajnrtood. 

2242. HANNxVH J.^ ROBERTS {.'^ame descent as 2237) b. 
Sept. 22, ISl], nopkiiilon, N. Y. ; d. Mar. 4, 18G3, Grant, 111.; m. 
Mar. 7, 183S, WiUiaia Curtis Howard, b. Oct. 23, 1817. They 
resided in iMcHenr}-, 111., where they went in 1844. 

They had six children. 

5223. PJb Herbert C.s Howard, b. Mar. 1, 1839, Picrrepont, N. Y. ; d. IMay 

23, 1842. 

5224. Joseijh Elvertmi Howard, b. Nov. 30, 1840. Resided in Elvin, 111. Was 

a soldier in the Civil War. Was insane from sunstroke. 

5225. Anletns H. Howard, b. Nov. 9, 1842, llopkinton, N. Y.; d. Apr. 1, 1S44. 
522G.+Edson C. Hu\vard, b. Feb. C, IS^Jo; rn. Enuna Eibon. 

5227. Cbcslcr S. Hov.ard, b. Nov. 3, 1S47. Pes., McHenry, lib 

5228. + Haunnli A. Howard, b. D.-c. 27^, 1849; ui. Edwin Drury. 

2243. ELI 13." ROBERTS {same descent as 2237) b. Aug. 21, 
1816; d. Dec. 13, 1801, in Cal. ; m. Nov. 11, 1810, Martha R. Hunter, 
b. June 4, 1822; d. Oct. 30, 1881, San Francisco, Cal. Mr. Roberts 
went to Waukegan, 111. He started witli an ox team and it is said 
took six months for the journey. 

Tliey had tliree cliildren. 

5229. Angebne E.s Eoberts, b. Nov. 7, 1841 ; d. Dec. 3, 1841. 

5230. -f Rosalia Eugenia Eoberts, b. July 31, 1843; d. San Francisco, Cab; m. 

Chas. Kinsman. 
5431. Almond C. Eoberts, b. Oct., 1848; d. Nov., 1849, Waukegau, HI. 

2249. IIARL3']Y' SANFORD {Andre 960, Jonas 411, Jona- 
than J3S, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1), b. Mar. 17, 3 801, 
Bridgcwater, Ct.; d. Juno 15, ]883, Bridge^Yater, Ct. ; m. Nov. 25, 
1829, Alosia, dan. of Thomas AYheelei- Peck of N-v.io\ni, Ct., b. 
July 25, 1809, Newtown, Ct. ; d. Feb. 24, 3895, Bridgewater, Ct. 
Mr. Sanford was a carpenter and farmer. 

They had one child. 

5232. Sarab Anns, b. Sept. 25, 1830; uuni. Ees., Bridgewater, Ct. 

2250. JACINTHIA^ RANDAEL {Lncij 963, Jonas 41], 
Jonathan 138, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 15, ISOS; 
m. 1830, Frederick i\lortimer Boland, b. Jan. 4, ISOH, Bridgewater, 
Ct. 



EIGHTH GENERATION ■ 475 



T)ie3' liad ten children. 



5233. William Henry'^ Eoland, b. Jan. 12, 1831; in. May 10, 1853, Nancy 

Lorana Treat, b. June 24, 1830. 
523'1. Montville Eoland, b. Dec. 5, 1R32; d. Jan. 10, 1856. 

5235. Eineline Bolfind, b. Jan. 22, 1835; m. Jan. 1, ISGO, Burr Mallett, b. 

Feb. 25, 1834. 

5236. Eeubou Nathaniel Eoland, b. Sept. 13, 1836; m. Lucy Jane Katon, b. 

Aug, 25, 1S46. 

5237. Edgar Eandall Eoland, b. Nov. 21, 183S; m. INfary Elizabeth Be?rdsley, 

b. June 2G, 1843. 

5238. Charles Mansfield Eoland, b. Oct. 1, 1840; ni. Dec. 25, 1867, Clara 

Amelia Hodges, b. Oct. 4, 1846. 

5239. Lucy Ann Eoland, b. Oct. 8, 1842. 

5240. Frances Abigail Eoland, b. Oct. 12, 1844; m. Sherwood Adam Lyon, 

b. Mar. 27, 1S3S. 

5241. Frederick Anson Eoland, b. Apr. 15, 1847; d. Sept. 11, 1848. 

5242. Aniclia Eoland, b. Feb. 15, 1850. 

?,251. TUBAL CATN^ SxVXFOKD {Elihv 97G, Elihn 415, 
David 141, Snmv.d 35, Epliraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 20, 1783, 
Bethajiy, Ct. ; d. Apr. 14, 1S71, Oxford, Ct. ; ni. (1) May 7, 1805, 
Polly Newton, Ix Nov. 9, 1789, Woodbridge, Ct. ; d. Sept 28, 182G, 
Oxford, Ct.; m. (2) Jan. 28, 1827, Liieinda Marila Barnes. Sir. 
Sanford was a farmer, first in AYoodbridge, Ct., from there remov- 
ing in 1819, to Oxford. Ct. His first v.iie was a descendant of Rev. 
Roger Nevrtou and Hilary, dan. of Kev. Thomas Hooker. She is 
buried in AA^'oodbridge Cemetery, east of the Center. 

lie had fonr eliildren by first and three hy second marriage, 
the first four all born in AYoodbridge, Ct. 

5243.-f-Sa'-ah Elizabeth^ b. iNlay 29, ]8u6; d. May 10, 1S73; ni. Lewis Tolles. 
5244. + Mf.-y Ann, b. Nov. U. 1809; d. Sept. 25, 1899; m. Smith Eotsfovd. 
5245.+01iver Ellsworth, b. June 10, 1812; d. Dec. 11, 1888; m. Jane Eassett. 
5246.+ John Newton, b. Oet. 23, 1810; d. June 5, 1873; m. Maria Temple. 

5247. Polly Lucinda, b. May 9, 1831. 

5248. Adelia Amanda, b. Sept. 22, 1835. 

5249. Charles SiKOurney, b. Nov. 22, 1839. A merchant in Hartford, Ct. 

2252. HERVEY' SANFORD {mme descent as 2251) b. 
May 30, 1785, Bethany, Ct. ; d. Jan. 9, 1869, New Haven, Ct. ; m. 
.Tan. 29, 1812, Mary Lyman, b. Oet. 27, 1790, New Haven, Ct. ; d. 
Feb. 16, 3869, New Haven, Ct. 

"Mr. Sanford pre})ared for Yale College, but inclining to 7ner- 
cantile life he entered the firm of ]\lunson & Sla-lton in Now Haven. 
Was soon taken into partnersliip and subsequently established the 
firm of Sanford & Daguett. 



476 THE THOMAS SANl^ORD FAMILY 

During the War of 1.812 he served as Adjutent on the staff of 
his father, Colonel Elihu Saiiford. In 1821, he became President 
of the City Bank, Director of tlie N. 11. Co. Bank, nnd proniinciit 
in the affairs of the N. H. and North airij) ton Canal Co. 

In 1847. lie became President of the New Haven Bank and con- 
tinned in that office until his j death — 22 years later. His wife 
(i\rary) the daughter of Lieut. Elihu and Polly (Forbes) Lyraan, 
survived him but a few weeks, both having been in vigorous health 
up to the date of their fatal illness. Tliey occupied a house on the 
vt^est side of Temple St., between Wall and Grove, for 54 years. 

He left a very large fortune, the result of his industry and 
business sngacity. His will, when admitted to probate, disposed 
of a larger amount of property- than any will recorded in New 
Haven up to that date. 

He was a useful and energetic citizen — a life long member of 
the Center Church — a man with the strictest integrity and the 
highest standard of personal honor. Physically, he was a reuiark- 
ably handsome man, tall and well proportioned, straight as an 
ari'ow, with handsome features and dignified bearing. He had 
fair hair, blue eyes and fair complexion, which remained clear and 
fresh, notwithstanding his great age, until his denth. 

He was scrupulously careful of his personal appearance; 
coniteous, though rather reserved in njanner and with a keen sense 
of humor. His long life was without spot or blemish, and to an 
unusual degree he counuanded the respect and esteem of his con- 
temporaries. 

Up to the day of his fatal illness he v.-jis as erect and active in 
appearance as most men of sixty — for which age he might easily 
have been taken. x\. very noble gentleman. 

They had eight children, all born in New Haven. Ct. 

5250. -f James Hervejs, b. Dec. 17, 1812; d. Pee. 2G, 1S9S; m. Lucy Sistare. 
5251.4-AVilliani Elihu, b. Nov. 19, 1814; d. ?>Iay 25, 1S05; in. Margaret Craney. 
5252. Mriry Ljinan, b. Eel). 23, 1817; d. June, 1SS5, New Haven, Ct.; m. Jolm 

Orton. One child died younp. 
5253. -f Sarah Catherine, b. Nov. 11, ISIS; d. Mar. ]3, 1SG2; ni. George Bliss, 

5254. Alfred Monson, b. Oct. 10, 1820; lost at sea iu 183G. 

5255. Henry, b. Sept. 20, 1S24; d. Oct. 31, 184G, New Haven, Ct.; unm. 
525C.+Charl"es Frederick, b. Mar. 22, 1S27; d. Oct. 21, 1S81; m. Elizabeth 

Lnonoy. 
5257. Kiuily, b. Apr. 23, 1830; d. Jan. 3, 1886; m. (1) Jan. G, 1S5S, Capt. 
James E. Armstrong, U. S. N., b. Nov, 20, 1817, New Jersey; d. 
Apr. 19, 1S73; ni. (2) Oct. 20, 1S7!, Judge Edward C. Billings, b. 



EIGHTH GENEEATION" 477 



Dec. 21, 1S29, Hatfield, Mass.; d. Dec. 1, 1S93, New Haven, Ct. No 
children. I\lrs. Dillinjjs v as a graduate of llolyokc. Mr. Billinga 
■was Judge of U. S. District Court of La. 

2253. ELTIIU^ SANP"^ORD (same descent as 2.251) b. Juno 
4, 1789, Bethany, Ct. ; d. Aug. 20, 1866, New Haven, Ct. ; m. Oan. 
13, 1813, Snsan Howell, b. Feb. 8, 1795; d. Apr. 6, 1864, New 
Haven, Ct. ^Ir. Sanford was a merchant at the head of the Long 
AYIiarf, New Haven, Ct. 

They had ten children, all born in New Haven, Ct. 

5258.-f Susan* b. Oct. 17, 1S18; d. Apr. 23, 1879; m. Prof. LjTuan Atwater. 
5259.+Eli}ui, b. Nov. 12, 1816; d. Oct. 23, 1853; m. Cornelia Tuniey. 
5260.+ Abraham, b. Apr. 2-5, ISl.Q; d. Sej.t. 26, 1879; m. (1) Ellen Whipple; 
m. (2) Mary Daker. 

5261. Sarah, b. .Tune 21, 1821; d. July 17, 1822. 

5262. Emily, b. Sept. 9, 1S24; d. July lo, 1S25. 
5263.+Edward Isaac, b. July 4, 1S26; d. July 13, 1893; m. Sara Lyon. 

5264. Harriet, b. Aug. 2, 1828; ni. July 3, 1855, Wyllis Atwater. No children. 

Eos., Neu' Haven, Ct. 

5265. Julia, b. Jan. 21, 1831; d. Fob. 15, 1900; unm. 
5266.+Leonard Jacob, b. Nov. 8, 1833; d. Dec. 12, 1896; m. Anna Cutler. 

5267. Nathan Howell, b. Aug. 21, 1838; d. Dec. 7, 1S96; unm. 

2254. HANNAH^ SANFORD (same descent as 2251) b. 
Sept. 30, 1793, Bethany, Ct. ; d. Sept. 13, 1868, Bristol, Ct.; m. 
Feb. 11. 1812, Eliada Tuttle, b. June 2, 1786; d. Nov. 17, 1871. 
They moved Feb. 13, 1813, to Bristol, Ct., where they lived and 
died. 

They had seven children all born in Bristol, Ct. 

5268. AVellingtons Tuttle, b. Sept. 6, 1814; d. Jan. 28, 1850; unm. Drowned 

in San Francisco Bay. 

5269. Elihu S. Tuttle, b. Sept. 17, 1820; d. Apr. 25, 1847; m. May 22, 1844, 

Caroline M. Johnson. No children. 
5270.^-Hannah Sanford Tuttle, b. Dec. 25, 1822; m. (1) Piuney Kelsey; ni. 
(2) Charles Clark. 

5271. Harriet N. Tuttle, b. June 4, 1825; m. June 9, 1847, Wilfred H. 

Nettloton. No children. 

5272. Sarah Tuttle, b. Sept. 10, 1827; d. Feb. 27, 1839. 
5273.+Eliada S. Tuttle, b. Oct. 24, 1834 ; m. Emelinc Hawley. 
5274.+Lucinda E. Tuttle, b. July 21, 1837; m. Henry Merrimnn. 

2255. LAFRA" SANFORD {Strong 977, Elihu 415, David 
141, Samuel 35, Ephroim 6, Thomas 1) h. May 24, 1786, Waterbury, 
Ct.; d. June 7, 1^!70, Washington. Ct. ; m. :\rar. 11, 1806, Capt. 



478 THE THOMAS SANPOKD FAMILY 



Matliew I.ogan, of Washingtoii, Ct., b. 1783; d. Dec. 2, 18G0, Wash- 
ington, Ct. 

They had seven children all born in Washington, Ct. 

527i).-}-Sar.ili Eliza^ Logan, b. May 7, 1S03; d. Fond du Lac, V7Js. ; m. Elijah 

Hazeu. 
527G. Charles Willis Logau, b. Jan. 11, ISIO; d. 1SS7, Washington, Cv. ; num. 
5277.+Laura Serene Logan, b. Mar. 22, 1S12; d. Sept. G, 1SS2; m. Nathan 

Kettletou. 
527S.+Polly Abigail Logan, b. May 7, 1814; d. 1901; m. Sheldon Ford. 
5279.+Seth Savage Logan, b. Aug. 23, ISIG; d. Jan. 24, ISSo; m. Abigail 

Hollister. 
52S0.-f Austria Logan, b. June 4, 18] S; d. May 9, 1SG4; m. Joseph Clark. 
G281. Hcle7i Logan, b. July 29, 1829; d. 1849. 

2257. POLLY^ SANFOKD {same descent as 2255) b. 1791, 
Washington, Ct. ; d. Jnnc 24, 1866, Washington, Ct. ; m. May 5, 
1813, Jedediah Lennnon, b. 17S7, Washinglon, Ct. ; d. Aug. 28, 
1855, Wasliington, Ct. 

They had five children all born in Washington, Ct. 

52S2. Eduln'^ LemmoD, b. Aug. 23, 1815; d. July 12, 1878, Woodbury, Ct.; 

m. 1S72, Fanny Thomas. No children. 
5283.-f Daniel Sheldon Lemmon, b. Mar. 29, 1817; d. May 30, 1886; m. (1) 

Eunice Mitchell; m. (2) Charlotte Sanford. 
5284.+lrcne Lemmon, b. Nov. 22, 1820; d. Aug. 31, 1881; ra. Daniel Canfield. 
52S5.+Wooster Lemmon, b. Dec. 7, 1S23; m. Sarah Allen. 
52SG. George Fowler Lemmon, b. Mar. 27, 1826; d. Dec. 22, 1831, AVashing- 

ton, Ct. 

2258. SALLY" S.ANFOim {same clcsceni as 2255) b. Oct. 
6, 1793, Washington, Ct. ; d. Jan. 31, 1861, Medina, ; m. May 
25, 1813, Ebcnezer Clark, b. Deo. 4, 1786; d. Apr. 4, 1867. 

They had six children all born in Washington, Ct. 

52S7.+Luciu.s Ebenezer-- Clark, b. July 4, 1814; d. Oct. 27, 1895; m. Abigail 

Kich. 
5288.-f-Eraily Clark, b. May 17, 1817; d. Mar. 16, 1891; m. Nelson Burnham. 
5289.+Cyrus Clark, b. Feb. 20, 1819; d. Feb. 2-5, 1904; m. Harriet Oviatt. 

5290. Laura Elizabeth Clark, b. Sept. 7, 1822; d. Dec. 16, 1901, :Medina, O. ; 

m. Sept. 15, 1847, Herman Loomis, b. Mar. 19, 1822 Barkhamsted, 
Ct.; d. Feb. 7, 1899, Medina. O. No children. 

5291. Franklin Clark, b. Sept. 8, 1825; d. Nov. 4, 1906, Hartford, Ct.; num. 
5292.+Watson Daniel Clark, b. Nov. 4, 1832; d. Aug. 26, 1904; m. Jfattie 

Packard. 

2259. niKA:\[' SANFORD {same dcsccnf as 2255) b. July 
17, 1794, Wa.shington, Ct. ; d. :\ray 7, 1867, ^ledina, 0.; m. (1) 



EIGHTn GENERATION 479 

Kov. 39, ]818, Percy Case, b. June 15, 1798; d. Mar. 3, 18-14; m. 

(2) Nov. 6, 1844, Polly Gibson, b. May 11, 1809; d. Nov. 5, 1879. 

He liad three children by first and two by second marriage. 

5293. Coraclius Milton^ b. Oct. 31, 1820; d. Sept. 24, 1824. 
5294.+Coriie]ir.s Myron, b. Maj' 2, 1824; d. Feb. 6, 1664; m. (1) Lois Bay; 
m. (2) Jennie Cook. 

5295. Charlotte Z., b. Apr. 21, 1826; m. July 6, 1S57, Carlos LeMoin, d. 1862. 

5296. + GorfIon Franklin, b. Feb. 14, 184C; m. ]\rary lieal. 

5297.+L«ura Estelle, b. Aug. 3, 1S4S ; m. (1) George Bcal; m. (2) Cyrus 
Kennedy, 

2260. DANIEL' SANFOED {same descent as 2255) b. Ang. 
14, 1797, Washington, Ct. ; d. Dec. 23, 1870, New Haven, Ct. ; m. 
Mar. 1824, Phebe, dan. of Thomas and Phebe (Fairchild) Burnham, 
b. Ang. 20, 1800. 

They had two children. 

52&S.+Fiance3 Ophelias, b. May 29, 1828; m. David Calhoun. 
5299.-^-Xelson D., b. Feb. 28, 1S32; m. Mary Giddings. 

2261. HANNAH CLARENE" SANFORD {some descent 
as 2255) b. Dec. 23, 1S02, "Washington, Ct. ; d. Nov., 1884, Winsted, 
Ct. ; m. Apr. 2, 1828, lliram, son of Tliomas and Phebe (Fairchild) 
Burnham, b. 1806. 

They had three children. 

oSOO. + George Stanleys Eurnham, b. Jan. 4, 1830; ni. Mary Crampton. 
5301. Mary Jane Burnham, b. Apr. 25, 1833; d. Mar. 31, 1839. 
5302.+Laura Clarene Burnham, b. I^tar. 6, 1810; ni. John Woodford. 

2263. SAMUEL^ SANFORD {Stephen 979, EWiu 415, 
David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Themas 1) b. Oct. 28, 1803, 
Northfield, Ct. ; d. Nov. 28, 18G5, Thomaston, Ct. ; m. May, 1832, 
Orlenda Thomas, of Plymouth, Ct., b. Aug. 23, 1812, Wolcott, Ct.; 
d. A.ug. n, 1882, Thouiaston, Ct. 'Mr. Sauford was a prominent 
man. He was killed while blasting a rock. 

They had three children all born in Tliomaston, Ct. 

5303.+Adcline Marias, b. Apr. 23, 1835; ni. Otis Skilton. 

5304. Georpc E., b. 1843; d. Apr. 1, 1844, Thomaston, Ct. 

5305. I^lartha, b. Sept. 30, 184G. Eos., N. Y. C. ; ni. Br. Elias B. Sanford 

(stc 8:>7D). 

2268. ]\1ARV1N R." SANFORD {Samuel 9S0, EWiu 415, 
David 1 II, Samuel 55, Epliraim 6, Thomas 1) h. Apr. 13, 1800; d. 



480 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 



Oct. 28, .1867, Oxford, Ct. ; m. May 10, 1831, ITr.nnah E. Treat, d. 
July 16, 1892, Bridgeport, Ct., aged 80. 

Mr. Sanford's ear mark for cattle, horses, slieep and swine 
was "A crop on ye end of the left or near ear and two slits iu yc 
crop of ye same ear" {Oxford Eecords). His will was proved 
Nov. 2, 1867. 

One child was " 

5306. Henrietta E.>, d. Jan. C, 1900; ni. Nov. 20, ISGl, Beujamiu A. Clark, 
d. Jan. 20, 1S70. 

2269. :\IA1^CUS^ SANFORD {same descent as 326S) h. 
June 29, 1S03 ; d. Jan. 22, 1850, Oxford, Ct. ; m. Dec. 7, 1825, Har- 
riet Perry, b. Sept. 10, 1803, Oxford, Ct. ; d. Sept. 20, 1861. Ox- 
ford, Ct. 

They had three cihldren, all born in Oxford, Ct. 

5307. 4- Samuel Pierpont^, 1). July 1, 1827; ra. Jnlia Fairchil.l. 

5308. Harriet Augusfa, b. Xov. 29, 1S29; d. Mar. 5, 1857, Oxford, CI.; iti. 

Mar. 5, 1857, J. M. I). Houdrick, dec 
5309. -[-George Perry, b. Apr. 2, 1833; m. Mary Judd. 

2270. ]\TARTA^ HANNAH {Susati 984, FAilm 415, David 
141, Samv.el 35, Epliralm 6, Thomas j,) b. Jan. 25, 1794; d. Apr. 
28, 1877, West Granville, ^la&s. ; ni. Jan. 16, 1824, Jabez Atkins, 
b. IMar. 18, 1791 ; d. xVug. 24, 1874, West Granville, Mass. Resided 
at West Granville, I\Iass. 

They had foin- children. 

5310. Elihu Sanford^ Atkins, b. Aug. 30, 1829; d. Pept. 2, 1842, Wcat 

Granville, Mass. He Avas droAV7ied. 

5311. Eliza Hannah Atkins, b. July 2, 1834; d. Mar. 8, 1834. 

5312. George Hannah Atkins, b. May 5, 1835; m. May 30, 1866, Mrs. 

Charlotte H. Morton. 

5313. Wiiliam lienry Atkins, b. Aug. 19, 1840; d. Aug. 12, 1862, Philadelphia, 

Pa., from wounds received in battle during the Civil War. 

2272. SANFOrJD^ HANNAH {same descent as 2270) b. 
June 24,4 797; m. (1) Oct. 31, 1821, Eli/a Collins of Litchfield, Ct. ; 
d. Nov. 16, 1835, Sing Sing, N. Y. ; m. (2) Sept. 1837, Olive Cleve- 
land, d. llnv. 1854; ni. (3) Apr. 1859, Elizabeth Shcpard. Mr. 
HaLMiah was a carpenter. In 1826, he removed to Brooklyn, N. Y. 

He had five children by first and one by second marriage. 

5314. Eliza^ Hannah, b. Aug. 17, 1822, GoShcn, Ct.; m. 1839, William B. 

Eusriell. Krsided at Green Point. L. I. 



EiailTH GENEPvATIOX 4S1 

5315. Jano Hannah, m. Dyckman. Resided at Green Point, L. I. 

b31G. George K. Kaunah. riesided at Bristol, Ct. 

5317. Child, d. young. 

5318. Margaret IT-.n)T!,''h, m. Lewis Ludiiigton, d. Oct. 20, 1SC4, Baltimore, 

Md. ITc v,iis a snldi.'^r iu the Civil ^\'or. Kesided in Washington., Ct. 

5319. Sanford Hannah, Jr., b. Sept. 12, 1839, Kidgefield, O.; d. Oct. 17, 18 il. 

2275. ABIGAIL^ HANNAH {same descent as 2270) b. Jan. 
8, 1603 ; d. June 14, 1878, Livonia, N. Y. ■ m. I\Iar. G, 1833, William 
Thurston of Stoninyton, Ct., d. Sept. 20, 1857, Livonia, N. Y., ag. 
52. Thev resided in Livonia, N. Y. 

They had tliree children. 

5320. Ellen Eliza^ Thurston, b. Dec. 7, 1833; m. Oct. 16, 1855, Lemuel Gibbs, 

of Litchfield, Mich., where thev resided. 

5321. John Barton Thurston, b. Sept. 26, 1835; m. Sept. 20, 1S58, Martha 

A. MePheisou. He v.-as cashier of the bank at Livonia Sta., N. Y. 

5322. Dudley Sullivan Thurston, b. June 27, 1839; m. Dec. 31, ISGS, Sarah 

Wiggins. He was a railroad man. Resided in Kochester, N. Y. 

2276. ELIZA^ HANNAH {same descent as 2270) b. Jan. 25, 
1805; d. Oct. 22, 1885; m. Nov. 25, 1825, Robert Thuroton, d. July 
31, 1876 ag. B(^ years. He was a brother of William. They re- 
Bided in Lavonia, N. Y. 

They had three children. 

5323. George Gardners Thurston, b. Apr. 2, 1827; m. Abigail A. Fairchild, 

b. Dee. 29, 1833. He was a graduate of Hamilton College. Lesided 
at Hemlock Lake, N. Y. 

5324. Henry David Thurston, b, Sept. 25, 1828; m. (1) Frances Adams; m. 

(2) Catherine Doyle of N. Y. C. After his second marriage ho wont 
t N. Y. City and went info the livery business. 

5325. Mary Eliza Thurston, b. Apr. 13, 1S31; d. Aug. 14, 1S5G; m. May, 

1854, Mauson Gibbs. 

2279. CAROLINE EMILY' HANNAH {same descent as 
2270) h. Feb. 16, 1811, ra. June 2, 1851, Lorenzo Abott. Resided 
in Pleading, ]Mich. 

They had two children. 

5326. Arthur Stanley* Abbott, b. Apr., 1852; m. Eva Hewes of Montgomery, 

Mich. Eos., Reading, Mich. 

5327. Remus Fowler Abbott, b. 1854. 

• 2280. CLARISSA MARTTJ.A^ HANNAH {same descenl as 
2270) b. Nov. 27, 1814; d. Si'i^t. 10, 1810; 'm. Mar. 9, 1836, Lorenzo 

(31) 



482 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FA:MILY 



Abbott of Reading, Mich. He married after his wife's death, her 
Bister Caroline. 

They liad five children. 

6c!2S. r/iiza C.s Abbotl, in. Miiitii! Berry. 

5329. Amelia E. Abbott, b. July 14, 1841; m. Oct. 80, 1S6G, Gro\e S. Bar- 

tholomew. He was a lawyer in E< ading, Mich. 

5330. Sylvester L. Abbott, m. (1) Lillian Coiirtrigbt, m. (2) Ella Haight. 

Ees., Eeading, Mich. 
53S1. Mary Ann Abbott, in. Ira Wright. 

5332. Mary C. Abbott, b. 1S53. 

2281. ESTHER MINERVA' SAXFORD {Joseph 93^, Elihu 
4ir>, David 141, Samuel 3'>, Ephraha 6, Thomas 1) h. Dec. J, 1801; 
d. Ang. 22, 3S13; m. Sept. 28, 3 835. Pierpont Edward Bates 
Botham. Mr. Botham was author of Bothaui's Arithmetic. 

Tliey Ijad one child. 

5333. PiernoTit Sanford^ Botham. Served in the ^A'ar of the Eebelliou, 

wounded and died from the effects. 

2282. ROWENA' SANEORD {same descent as 22S1) b. Aug. 
8, ISOi; d. Eeh. IG, 1873; m. Jan. 13. 1830, Daniel Barker, b. June 
26, 1805: d. Nov. 6, 1837. They went to Ann Arbor, .Mich, after 
their marriage. 

They had four children. 

5334. George Daniels Barker, b. Feb. 25, 1S31; d. May 23, 18G3, Murphys- 

torough, Tcnn. Killed in the army. ^ 

5335.-fW'i!liam Oliver Barker, b. Nov. 22, 1S32; d. Jan. 22, 1873; m. Betsey 

Spangjor. 
533C. T?owci:a J^veline Barker, b. j\tay 30, 1837. 

5337. Ja le Fmelinc BaI!^er, b. May, 30, 1S37; m. Mar. 27, 1S78, Jasper 
Waite. 

2284. Di-. CEORCE AVILLTS' SANEORD {same elcscent as 
2281) b. Dec. 20, 1807. Northfield, Ct. ; d. Sept. 23, 1892, Tarriff- 
ville, Ct. : m. (1) Feb. 4, 1830. Jane Elizabeth, dau. of Ambrose and 
Catherine (Eno) Adams, b. Sept. 11, 1813; d. IMar. 20, 1872; m. 
(2) Nov. 27, 1872, Ada Lctitia, dau. of Jonathan and Orpha 
(Adams) Eno of Sim.sbury, Ct. 

JMr. Sanford was educated at Dr. Cooley's classical school at 
Gram-ille, ^lass. and graduated in .183G from the ]\redical depart- 
ment of AVilliaitis College. On graduation lie settled in practice 
at TarrifTviile, Ct., where he practiced for nearly sixty years. He 
was President of the County ^Medical Society for the years 1874 and 




I'U. GEORGE WILIJft SAXFORD 
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MRS. ADA LETITIA SAXFORD 
No. 2 -J SI 



EIGHTH GENEKATION 483 



1883, and Vice President, of tlie State IMedical Society for tlie years 
1875 and 1SS2 ; also a member of tlie Lyceum of Natural History 
of the Bcrksliire r^Iedica] Institution and of the American Medical 
Association. 

He Avf>s a Justice of the Peace, Postmaster under Harrison 
and Tyler, s^-liool visitor for over fift}' > ears, memlier of the House 
of Representatives for the years 1S45, 1871 and 1875. 

Mr. Sanford v/as a most kind and benevolent person. He 
won the esteem of all, and was held in universal respect, standinj? 
foremost a>: a public spirited man in ecclesiastical and municipal 
affairs as well as in his profession. No nights Avere too dark nor 
storms too hard to bar him from visitirjg: the sick. It was a relief 
to him to give relief to others. 

He was ever at service on Sunday unless sickness called him 
away, where he was efiicient in song and a pillar in the church. 
Thus he continued and lived till 1SS5 when lie becam';> totally blind 
as a result of being thro\Mi from his carriage Feb. 21, 1883, and 
again on ]\Tay 3, of the same year. 

At the age of 76 his cliildren gave him a surprise party, Avhen 
his former pastor, Eev. William Goodwin, read an appropriate 
poem. On his 80th birthday his children, to the third generation, 
assembled at his home to greet and to pay homage to the kindly, 
generous and loving veteran and father. 

Mrs. Sanford resides in New_ Britain, Ct. 

He had twelve children by first marriage. 

5338.4-Jane Gcraldiue% b. June 10, 1S31; d. May 22, 1897; in. Charles 

Eoberts. 
5339. Gorge Ambrose, b. Nov. 26, 1S32; d. Feb. 5, 1851. 
5340.+Joseph Willis, b. Sept. 1, 1835; d. Apr. 5, 1909; m. (1) Emma Wood- 

ard; m. (2) Susan Goodman. 
5341.+MaTvin, b. Sept. 20, 1S37; d. Dec. 8, 1S9G; m. Katherinc Thompson. 
5342.+James Homer, b. May 28, 1840; d. Meriden, Ct. ; m. (1) Emcline 

BartleU; m. (2) Emma Pettis. 
5343. Ophelia Caroline, b. Apr. 15, 1842; d. Sept. 16, 1860. 
5344, _|-Mor ton, b. July 16, 1844; m. Mary Goodman. 

5345. Mary, b. July 16, 1S46; d. Feb. 8, 1847. 

5346. Mary Alice, b. Nov. 27 1847; d. July 11, 184S. 
5347.+Henry Waldo, b. Feb. 4, 1850; m. Helen Miller. 
5348.+Geor^e Ambrose, b. Aujr. 15, 1852; m. ;M;iry Goodwin. 
5349. Helen P.etsey, b. Oct. 2S, 1855; d. Au^^ 19, 1870. 

228G. HOPEY' SANFOPvD (same ilcsccnt as 32SJ) b. July 
26, 1811; d. Feb. 24, 1S87 ; m. Sept. 10, 1835, Harvey, son of 



484 THE Tno:\lAS SANFORD FAMIT.Y 



Eli and Hnimnh (Warner) Trumbull of West SufSeld, CL. b 
Feb. 22, ]813. 

They had one child. 

5350. l~>v.}ght Sariford^ Trumbull, b. June 27, ISSG; d. Apr., 18G1, Nashville, 

Tonn. He enlisted ia June, 1863, in Co. 7, ISlh Eogiment Begulars. 

2237. JOSEPH DAVID FRANiajIN^ SANFORD {same 
descent as 3281) b. ^lay 29, 1S14; m. Oct. 22, 1835, Uavy Jessabella, 
dau. of Josei)h and Polly (Hillyer) Smith of Granby, Ct., b. Jime 
22, 1815; d. Dec. 27, 1878. Mr. Sanford was a farmer at Granby, 
Ot. 

They luid six children. 

5351. Mary-, b. June .22, 1S3G; d. June 22, 183G. 

5352. .loseph Smith, b. Oct. 18, 1S3S; d. Au^^. 1, 1S39. 

5353. Mary Elizabetli, b. June 12, 1840. 
5354.+Joseph Franklin, b. Fob. 20, 1843; ju. Annie Powell. 

5355. Martha, b. Nov. 23, 18.30; d. Nov. 25, I860. 

5356. Walter Edward, b. Oct. 22, 1855; ni. Sept. 20, 1882, Grace Lora, dau. 

of George and EacLel (Edmunds) Larav^-ay, b. Sept. 9, 1858. Mr. 
Sanford is engaged in real estate, mortgages aud insurance at 
Oak Bluffs, Mass. 

2288. HANNAH' SANFORD (some descent as 22S1) b. 
Nov. 2-1, 1S18. Granville, ^lass. ; d. June 23, 1863, Sherborn, i\Iass. ; 
m. Nov. 2-1, 1838, Henry Neale, b. Oct. 10, 1813, Witney, Eng. ; 
d. Dec. 16, 1896, Sherborn, :Mass. 

Tliey liad four children, all except Sarah Anne born in Fram- 
ingharn, Mass. 

5357. Sarrdi Anne'^ Nealo, b. Feb. 13, 1840, Simsbury, Ct. ; m. Apr. 26, 18G4, 

.olm C. Koberts, b. Sept. 8, 1830, N. Y. C. ; d. ^hir. 31, 1S95, 
Simsbury, Ct. No children. Her res. is Providence, Iv. I. 

5358. + }Iopie Sanford Neale, b. Aug. 17, 1842; ni. (1) Nathaniel Lovell ; 

m. (2) Joseph Dale. 

5359. + Mary Jane Neale, b. INlar. 9, 1847; m. Frank Daniels. 

5360. Joseph ilenry Ncalc, b. May 27, .1854; d. July 17, 1874, Sherborn, Mass. 

2290. JOSEPH" SANFORD (David 937, Joseph 417, David 
141, Samuel 35, Epliraim 6, Thoums 1) b. Nov. 3, 1792, Shoreham, 
Vt.: d. Au^r. 1848, Wyoming, N. Y. ; m. (1) Polly ^IcCotter. b. Nov. 
11, 1794; d. 1835, Wyoming. X. Y. : m. (2) — P>arniini. Mr. Sanford 
moved from Penson. Vt. to Wyoming, N. Y., in 1833-4 vliere he 
engaged in the milling business. 

He had U^n children by fu-st and nue by second marriage, the 
first eiirht. all born in P>ensou, Vt. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 485 



5361. Sarah Jane-*, b. Mar. 5, ISIS; d. winter of 1871. 

5302. Bcnjiniiin Fraiikliu, ].. Ivfar. 16, 1820; d. 18-37, Wyoming, N. Y. 

5363. Lorraino, h. Mar. 24, ]S22; d. 1842, Wyoming, N. Y. 

5364.+Marior, A., b. Apr. 9, 1824; d. Feb. 15, 1S9G; m. David Knickerbocker. 

5305.+Orriii ]J., b. July 25, 1825; d. Feb. 5, 1S02; m. Susan Knickerbocker. 

r/:S6. John, b. May 1, ]827; d. in infancy. 

5367.4-Ellen, b. June 23, 1829; d. 1877; m. Asa Allen. 

536S.-f Henry DeGrand, b. June 23, 1831; d. 1SG2-3; m. Laura Vrells. 

6369. Mary, b. Mar. 1, 1833, Wj-oming, N. Y.; d. in infancy. 

5370. Hatlie, b. Aug. 1, 1835, ^Yyo^ling, N. Y. ; d. iu infancy. 

5371. Edv.ard, b. 1844. 

2292. CLARISSA' SANPORD {s(w>e descent as 2290) b. 
Shorehaiii, Vt. ; d. in St. Louis, r^Iich. ; m. Jolm C. Jennings. 
They had four children. 



m 



5372. Jolm'^ Jennings. 

5373. Henry S. Jennings, d. in Stanwood, Mich. 

5374. Penben Jennings. 

5375. Jane Jennings, d. in St. Louis, MicL.; m. Johu Eaney. 

2294. REUBEN' SANFORD {same, descent as 2590) h. Dec. 
8, 1805, Shoreham, Vt. ; d. May 19, 1870, Greenfield, Mich.; ni. 
1832, Susannah, dau. of David and Phebc Dwelle, b. in Benson, 
Vt. ; d. 1858, Yermontville, Mich. After his marriage, ^Ir. Sanford 
moved to New York State. In 1836 ,he sold his farm and moved to 
Vermontville, ]\Iich., being the first settler in that place. 

They had nine children, all except Bhebe born in Vermontville, 
Mich. 

5376. + Pbebe A.s, b. March 5, 1834; d. May 10, 1893; m. Harrison Meade. 

5377. + I)avid H., b. Sept. 26, 1S3C; m. (1) Arthalinda Tanner; m. (2) Eva 

Vanderlip. 

5378. :\!artha. b. Oct. 27, 1838; d. Sept. 5, 1908, Big Eapids, Mich; m. Dec. 

9, 1860, Richard Clifford. No children. 

5379. + Enie]ine, b. Jan. 12, 1840; m. Silas Wood. 

5380. Mary E., b. Sept. 4, 1842; d. Mar. 20- 1S62, Yermontville, :\rich. 

5381. George R., b. Sept. 4, 1842 ; d. Sept. 10, 1845, Yermontville, ilich. 
53S2.+Laura, b. Dee. 26, 1846; d. Nov. .57 f^^'S; m. Charles West. 
5383. Alida, b. Afar., 1848: d. Mar., 1S4S, V-rmontville, Mich. 
5384.4-r;cubcn 11., b.,Ma?T^; j^ Ti; t::i. LiuK Eeaver. 

2296. WILLIAM RILEY' S^ ■'• ORD (CJarl- 9SS, Joseph 
417, David 141, Samuel 35, EpJiraim 6. Thomas 1) b. Mar. 4, 1805, 
Orwell, Vt.; d. Sept. 23, 1899, Orwell, Vt. ; m. Oct. 14, 1828, Emily 
Ba.^c,oi;i, b. Aug. 21, 180C, Orwell Vt. : d. Nov. 22, 1881, Orwell, 



4S6 TIIR THOMAS SANPORD FAMILY 



Vt. In ]852, IMr. Sanfnrd went to En^-laiid, France, Spain and 
Germany and imported cattle and sheep, being for many yeai-s a 
widely l<no\\7i "and successful stock raiser. 

lie served in tlie State Legislature as I^epresentative and Sen- 
ator in 1853-4 and 1857-8. 

They had sevei) children, all born in Orwell, Vt. 

53S5. + William Clark-, b. Aug. 31, 1829; d. Feb. 12, 1903; m. Elh.abeth 

Morgan. 
53SG. Oliver Baseoni, b. Au^. 2, 1831; d. Dee. 5, 1891; m. Jan. 12, 1S59, 

Louise Cdliins. No children. 
5387.4-Carolinc, b. Mar. 19, 1834; m. Charles Barrett. 
53SS. Cliarles, b. May 3, 1836; m. Aug. 31, 1SG5, Julia, dau. of Julius Thonias. 

No children. Ees., Ludlov.-, Yt. 

5389. Helen Elvira, b. Oct. 16, 1838; d. Mar. 3, 1860, Orwell, Yt. 

5390. Harrictte S., b. Mar. 13, 1841; m. Feb. 5, 1862, Walter O. Ray, d. 

d. Jan. 22, 1863. No children. 

5391. + Eni)ly Clara, b. June 16, 184G ; rn. Charles Brainard. 

2208. OLIYA^ CIIITTENDEX (Susannah 991, Joseph 417, 
Dai Id liJ, Samuel 3'>, Ephvaim 6, Thomas ]) b. Feb. 8, 1788; d. 
Jan. 19, 1SG7 ; m. Joltn Crouch. Ecv^ided in Orwell, A't 

They had two children. 

o392. + Nelson C.« Crouch, b. Aug. 2, 1820; d. June 9, 1897; ni. Margaret 

Abram. 
5393. -f Mary A. Crouch, d. Aug. 6, 1873, aged 53 years; m. Henry Thatcher. 

2301. CHAUNCEY' -CreiTTEXDEN (same descaii as 3293) 
b. J.'in, 10, 1794; d. Feb. 27, 18G8 ; m. Nov. 7, 1816, :\ralinda AVicker. 
b. Aug. 2, 1790; d. Aug. 28, 18G8. Air. Chittoi deji owned a fine 
farm on the south side of the liver and just westerly of Fort Jack- 
son, N. Y. 

They had seven children. 

5394. -f Harriet J." Chittenden, 1). Sept. 17, 1837; d. Jfay 7, 1894; m. Abel 

Gage. 
5395.-l-Jane Ann Chittenden, b. July S, 1819; d. Aug. 5, 1898; ni. Wilson 

Kelspy. 
5396.-f Carlos C. Chittenden, b. Nov. 19, 1821; d. Jan. 16, 1899; m. Emily 

Pheliis. 
5397. Susan S. Chittenden, b. Dee. 21, 1823; d. Sept. 15, 1850. 
5398. -f Helen IsL Chittenden, b. Apr. 23, 1827; m. Caleb Wright. 
5399.-f Caroline L. Chittenden, b. Mar. 22, 1831; d. Feb. 8, 1892; ni. Janiea 

Fleming. 
5400.+Clark W. Chittenden, b. May 21, 1840; d. Nov. 12, 1SS5; m. Izannah 

Keeler. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 487 



2304. CLARK S/ CHITTENDEN {same descent as 3298) 
b. :\ray 16, 1803, Bcnsou, Vt. ; d. May 18, 1890. Hopkinton, N. Y.; 
in. Jan. 8, 1828, Julia, dan. of Abraham Sheldon, the pioneer, b. 
May 27, 180S; d. May. 19, 1880. I\Ir. Chittenden went to Hopkin- 
ton, N. Y. about 1821 and soon engaged in the mercantile business, 
which lie follovr-ed successfully for many years, becoming one of the 
strongest men in town. He was Supervisor of the town. Justice of 
the Peace for many years and a member of the Legislature. 

He was a man of strong will, decided convictions, and rare 
judgment. 

They had five children, all born in Hopkinton, N. Y.. 

5401. + O]ivias Chittcndcu, b. Kor. 27, 1S31 ; d. Sept. 7, ISdS; m. Jr.son Brush. 

5402. King S. Cbitieiiden, b. Feb. 2G, 1S33; d. Jau. 19, 190S, Hopkinton, 

N. Y.; m. Oct. 9, 1S59, Sarali Hopliiiis, b. Kov. 15, 1S34. No 
children. 

Mr. Chittenden began business in the store of bis father and 
followed that and farming for many years. He and his brother were 
in trade under the firm name of K. S. and V. A, Chittenden from 
1857 to 1S74, when the later took the business. They did busijiess in 
the old store of their father up to the time of their building the 
present stone store in 1868-9. Mr. Chittenden was town clerk for 
the years 1857-8 and 9, and Supervisor from ISSS to 1S94, and could 
have been longer, had he wished. Ho was a briglit, intelligent, genial 
man, and most highly respected. Mrs. Chittenden resides in Hop- 
kinton, N. Y. 

5403. Eosucll Chittenden, b. A]n. 23, 1S36; d. Apr. 17, 1S37. 
5404.+YarIck A. Chittenden, b. Feb. C, 1S3S; m. (1) Charlotte Risdon; m. (2) 

Laura Lawrence. 

5405. Jay H. Chittenden, b. Nov. 29, 1S44; d. Feb. 27, 1SG3. 

2305. SALLY^ CHTTTENDEX {same descent as 2298) 
b. Apr. 22, 1805; d. Apr. 16, 1817; m. John Sheldon, b. Feb. 7, 
1806; d. Jan. 6, 1882. 

They liad nine children. 

5406. Susans Sheldon, b. 1S30; d. Oct. 27, 1S50. 

5407. Mary Sheldon, b. 1831; d. Oct. 14, 1850. 

5408. Carrie Sheldon, b. 1S33; d. ^lay 25, ISSl. 

5409. Son, d. in infancy. 

5410. Adelia Sheldon, b. Mar. 24, 1S35; m. D. \V. Chittenden. Res., Fayette, 

Ta. 

5411. Amelia Sheldon, b. Mar. 21, 183.0. R's., Fayette, la. 

5412. Sarah Sheldon, b. 1839; m. Edward IMatheus. 

5413. Ann Sheldon, b. IS . 

5414. Eugenie Sheldon, b. 1847; d. June 11, 1895. 



48S THE TJIOMAS SANFOHD FAMILY 



2307. ASAHEL HANDY^ CHITTENDEN {same descent 
as 2298) b. Aug. 25, 1811, Orwell, Vt. ; d. Am-:. 24, 1858, Potsdam, 
N. Y. ; m. Apr. 13, 1836, Mary, dau. of Elislia l^isdon, the pioneer, 
b. Oct. 7, 1815 ; d. Mar. 4, 1875. 

They had eleven children. 

5115. Marion Eisdens Chittenden, b. Mar. 15, 1S3S; d. Apr. 8, IRGl. 

541G. Mary Boatrice Chittenden, b. Sept. 29, 18.39; d. Dec. IS, 1905; ni. May 

16, 1889, Henry :M. Hulburd, d. Feb. 8, 1S99. 
5417.+01Ive Anzonette Chittenden, b. Mar. 5, 1842; d. Feb. 26, 1SC9; m. 

Charles McEwen. 

5418. Anna Maria Chittenden, b. Aug. 12, 1843; d. Feb. 19, 1S7G, Webster 

City, la. 

5419. Solomon Elisha ghittendcn, b. Nov. 27, 1845: d. July 22, 1875. 

5420. Sally Sufranuah Chittenden, b. May 19, 1847; in. Dee. 27, 1877, Corydou 

Capell, d. Apr. 4, 1880. No children. Her res., Brasher Fylls, N. Y. 
5421.-f.Tulia Amanda Cliittcnden, b. Aug. 23, 1849; m. Sanford Hulburd. 

5422. + Clark Asahel Cliittenden, b. Aug. 12, 1S51; d. Aug. 5, 1877; ni. Frances 

Moses. 

5423. Kate Clariuda Chittenden, b. Sept. 27, 1853; d. Feb. 26, 1875. 
5424.-fHne); Augusta Chittenden, b. Sept. 1, 1855; m. Thoruas Grant. 
5-425.+ San ford Harmon Cliittendcu, b. June 23, 1857; d. Dec. 22, 1887, m. 

Enieline Ingals. 

2308. JOHN^ THO^IAS {EstJier 992, Joseph 417, David 141, 
Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, TJtomas 1) b. Oct- 20, 1792, 0]-well, Vt. ; 
d. Mar. 31, 18-19; m. I\ray 25, 1819, Liicinda Gillett, d. 1853. 

They had two children. 

5420. Janet L.? Thornas, b. Aug. 25, 1825; d. July 11, 1858; m. Oct. 3, 
1849, J. L. Hammond. 

5427. John Henry Thomas, b. I^Iay 21, 1827; m. Sept., 1849, Eebecoa White. 

2310. EEXEY' THOMAS {same descent as 230S) b. Oct. 
2, 1796, Orwell, Vt.; d. July 3, 1847; ni. June 25, 1819, Hannah 
Mayo, b. Apr. 19, 1800. 

They had four children. 

5428. Clinton Henr.y^ Thomas, b. June, 1820; d. July IS, 1820. 

5429. William H. Thomas, b. Feb. 18, 1822; d. at Burbngtou, Vt. ; m. 1853, 

Marcia Eeyuolds. 

5430. Catherine M. Thomas, b. Mar. 22, 1824. 

5431. Anna Eliza Thomas, b. Aug. 17, 1832; d. July 3, 184S. 

2311. SALLY^ THOMAS {same descent as 2308) b. Apr. 3, 
1790, Orwell, Vt. ; m. June 15, 1820, Calvin Converse. 

They had seven children. 



EIGHTH GENP:KATI0X 



5432. Katherine Eliza^ Converse, b. Apr. 3, 1823. 

5iS3. Gcorye Henry Converse, h. Sept. 10, 1S25. 

5434. Darwin Converse, b. Oct. 2, 1827. 

5435. Charks ]1. Converse, b. Feb. 5, 1830; d. 1832. 
5430. Julia Converse, b. Xov. 1831; d. 1832. 

5437. Jnlius Converse, b. Sept. 6, ]S34. 

5438. Julian Converse, b. Sept. 6, 1834. 

2312. JULIUS CLAKK^ THO.MAS (same descent as 230S) 
h. Oct. 7, 1801, Orwel]. Yl.; d. Jan. 25, 1887; in. Apr. 27, 1831, 
Mary Ann Hull, b. Sept. 13, 1811: d. Sept. 10, 1900, Orvrell! Vt. 

They liad ten children, all Ijorn in Orwell, A^t. 

5439. Cbarless Thomas, b. Avg. 14, 1836; d. Oct. 5, 1S73, Corsicana, Texas. 

5440. + Er\vin Thomas, b. May S, 1S3S; d. Xov. 4, 1905; m. (1) ilarie 

Quackenbush; m. (2) Elhi Hnlbert. 

5441. Julia Thomas, b. Apr. 29, 1S40; m. Charlrs Sanford (See 5SS8) ; res. 

Ludlo-.v, Vt. 

5442. Sidney Thomas, b. Feb. 12, 1842; d. An?. 23, 1870, Sandy Hill, K Y. 

5443. Henry C. Thomas, b. Jan. 29, 1S44; d. Oct. 11, 1862, Annapolis, Md. 

A member of the 9th Vermont Volnnteers. 

5444. IMary Thomas, b. Xov. 30, 1S46; m. Hcniy Hack. 

5445. Katherine Thomas, b. Oct. 13, 1849; d. Apr. 30, 1903, Orwell, Vt. 

5446. Fred Thomas, b. Aug. 28, 1S51 ; d. July 29, 1S73, Orwell, Vt. 
5447.+George Thomas, b. Ai>r. 25, 1854; m. Eva Ilale. 

544S.+Jame3 Hall Thomas, b. Sept. 25, 18.55; m. (1) Jessie Cook; m. (2) 
Jennie Yoirng. 

2315. JUUIA^ TnO:MAS {same descent as 2308) b. Nov. 4, 
1811, Orwell Tt. ; d. Sept. 1, 1895, Burlington, Vt. ; m. Feb. 29, 
183G, Ed\vard Smith, b. June 11, 1812, Castleton (?), Vt. ; d. :\ray 
2, 1905, l^.urliugrton, Vt. 

They had three children, all born in Burlington, Vt. 

5449. + Enen Augusta^ Smith, b. Dee. 4, 1837; m. John Bond. 

5450. + ]vraria Julia Smith, b. ;May 9, 1845, deceased; m. Edward Earlow. 

5451. Annie Thomas Smith, h. :May 21, 1851; unm; res., Burlington, Vt. 

2317. ST\SAN^ BAIINUM Olary 99 i, Joseph 417, David 141, 
Samuel 35, Ephraini 6, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 25, 1799; m. Sept. 27, 
1818. 'William Perry of Leicester, Vt. 

They had six children. 

5452. Sanford Barnums Perry, b. Sept. 20, 1819: m. Mar. 15, 1847, Sarah 

Jane Barr. He is a lawyer in Chicago, 111. 

5453. Mary Perry, b. Jan. 20, 1821; d. Mar. 16, 1S21. 

5454. Nelson William Perry, b. Oct. 7, 1S22; d. June 21, 1849. Was a 

merchant in Albany, I'f. Y. 



490 THE TllOAtAS SANFORD PAMILY 



5455. Helen Aina)»da Perry, b. Feb. 10, 1825; d. Dec. 12, 1872; m. Dr. 

Mansfjeld, of Philadelphia, Pa. No children. 

5456. Polly Allen Perry, b. J.Tar. 4, 1830; d. Sept. 25, 1834. 

5457. Albeit Wesley Perry, b. Aug. 21, 1839; d. .Time 21, 1SG4. He ^rae a 

soldier. W.'is sliot at Cold Haibor, Va., and died of liis v. ounds. 

2219. JONAH SANFORD" BARNIBI (same descent as 
2317) b. May 18, 1803; d. July 7, 1852; m. Mrs. Hannah (Hobart) 
Slerrat of >Stoningtou, Ct. ]\Ir. Barniim was a sea captain fOi.' many 
years. 

They had one child. 

545S. EdTvard Phelps' Barnum, b. June 16, 1S31, Saul; C-nter, Mum.; m. 
Irene, d.au. of Jolm V/esley Parnum. Pesided at Sauk Center, 
Minn. 

2320. OKTS^ BARNUisi {same descent eis 2317) b. Apr. 10, 
1805; m. (3) Electa Roc, d. Apr., 18G4; m. (2) Widow :\rary Hilton 
of Alden. N. Y. He lived at Battle Crei-k, :\iich. 

He had four children by first marriage. 

5459. Sophias Barnum, m. John Wesley Survy. 

54G0. Augu.'r-tus Barnum, d. Aug. 1S63, in the hospital at Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Served in Civil War. 

5461. Romeo Barnum, d. :NTaY, 3SG3, Battle Creek, Mich. Served in Civil 

War. 

5462. Wesley Barnum. 

2321. JOHN -WESLEY^ BARNEM {same descent as 2317) 
b. Jan. 31, 1S0[I; d. Oct. 20, 1S3G, Clinton, Mich.; m. Zilpha, dau. 
of Col. William Frost. 

Tlu y had tv.-o children. 

5463. Franc.-s M.arys Barnum, b. June 4, 1S32; m. Charles Nash, a lawyer 

at Grand Forhs, Dak. 

5464. Ir.me Plizabetli Biirnum, b. Jan. 6, 1S34; m. A}>r. 1.^, 1S.5:', Edward 

PliL'lps Barnum; resided at Sauk Center, Minn. 

2322. REV. NELSON' BARNEM {same descent as 2317) h. 
Jan. 12. 1811; d. Aug. 5, 1851; m. Natio Curtis of Ferrisburg. Yt. 

They had one child. 

5465. Edv.ius Barnum, killed in the battle of Antietam; m. Miss Green, of 

Detroit, Mich. 

2323. IMAiaAir- SANFORD {Lot 095, Joseph 417, Veivid 
Ul, Samuel 35, J^phrahn 6, Thomas 1) b. Dee. 25, 1801; d. Oct. 13, 
1S59 ; m. Alexander AVatt Perry. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 491 

ThcY iiad one eliild. 

5466. Leonora JJariah"' Perry, b. Feb. 21, lSi7; unm.; res., Lincoln, Neb. 

2324. l.EOXOKA' SANFORD {same de:;cenl as 3323) b, 
Feb. 4, ISOo, d. Jiuie 5, 1842; m. Apr. 9, 1826, Alexander Watt 
Perry. IMr. Perry was a farmer in Leiee.ster, Vt., Avhere they 
resided for a few years and then removed to Sliorehani, Vt. 

They had four children. 

5467. Lurana Sanford^ Perry, h. Fob. 20, 1S27, Leicester, Yt. ; d. Aug. 4, 

1SG2; m. -Jrincs F. "Freeh", of Shoiehnm, Yt. ; no children. 
5468.-fCorne]iu3 Alexander Perry, b. Oct. 5, 1S20; d. Dec. 30, 1001; rn. Fauny 
Parlrer. 

5469. Romeo Bush Perry, b. Dec. 14, 1S35; d. Feb. 20, ISG.'I; unm. 

5470. Eoscoe Abijah Perry, b. Feb. P, 1840; m. Oct. 17, 18S9, Dora A., dau. 

of Henry and Amelia (Ward) HomcII, b. July 17, 1853, Genoseo, 
111.; no children; res. N. Y. City. 

2325. DR. BIJSHNELL JiOSTAYICK^ GARY {Anna 996, 
Joseph 417, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 
22, 1801, Shoreham. Vt. ; d. Feb. 14, 18G0, Racine, Wis. ; m. 1822, 
Arminda, dan. of Capt. Jo.seph and Susannah (Sibley) Crocker. 
Dr. Car.y settled first at Stockholm, N. Y. He afterwanls removed 
to Oswego, N. Y„ and in 183;") to Racine, Wi.s. 

They had seven children. 

5471. Helen Maria? Gary, b. Aug. 24, 1824; d. June 20, 1853, Kacine, Wis.; 

m. Dee. 5, 1840, John Eamsdell; resided in Racine, Wis. 

5472. Henry Sanford Cary,hj. ^^lav 25, 1820; d. Jan. 28, 1853; m. Dee. 1849, 

I . " . 
Mar}" IT. Hitcliens; resided in Racine, Wis. 

5473. Son, b. 1828; d. in infancy. 

5474. Mary Soj^hia Gary, b. Nov. 28, 1830; m. Nov. 4, 1852, Henry M. 

Hulett ; resided in Minneapolis, Minn. 

5474. Annie Pauline Gary, b. July 9, 1S33; m. Oct. 1864, Rev. M. 0. Cummins; 

resided at Windonc, IMiun. 

5475. Emma Josephine Gary, b. Aug. 31, 1835; m. (1) Sept. 1856, Eugene 

DeWitt; m. (2) Howard I*orter; resided at Paris, j\Iich. 
5470. Katie Amanda Gary, b. Sept. 2, 1842; d. Sept. 8, 1843. 

2326. AFFRh^D^ GARY {saw.c descent as 2325) b. Jan. 25, 
1804; m. Dec. 29, 1836, I^lary F. Knij^ht. He removed from Ster- 
ling, N. Y., to Racine, AVis., in 1835. 

They had eight children. 

5477. Anna Sanford"* Gary. 
547S. Samuel H. Gary. 

The others all died in infaTiey. 



402 Till-: T}IOMAS SANFORD FA^riLY 

2327. PAULINE^ GARY (same descent as 2325) o. Aug. 31, 
1805; d. Jan., 1S59 ; rn. June 6, 1836, Eansford Sanford. Resided 
in Sterling, N. Y. They had three children. 

5-179. Anna 1).^, L. Mar. 13, 1841. 

MSO. Sarr^h P., b. Jan. 18, 1S43; ni. June 23, 1S72, Wempal Holulay; no 

childreu ; res. Sterling, jST. Y. 
5481.+Jahct L',, b. Apr. 6, ISJ^S; m. Seneca Forsyth. 

2328. NATHANIEL CHITTENDEN' GARY {same descent 
as 2325) b. Dec. 10, 1807; m. June 14, 1830, Sophia Eaton. They 
resided in Sterling, N. Y., until 3 879, when they removed to Racine, 
Wis. 

They had two children. 

54S2. Lucius Chittenden^ Gary, b. Feb. 23, ]S32; d. in Kansas; m. Avg. 25, 
1S56, Emily B. Kenney. 

5483. Alfred Levi Gary, b. July 23, 1835; m. Sept. 6, 1874, Harriet Maria 

Van Glyck. 

2332. JOHN ^\'ATSON' GARY {same descent as 2325) b. 
Feb. 11, 1817; in. (1) July 10, ISM, Eliza Yilas, d. May 12, 1845; 
ni. (2) June 6, 1817, Isabel Brickerhoff. Mr. Gary was an attorney 
and counsellor at law. lie first settled at Red Greek, N. Y., and 
in 1850, removed to Racine, AYis., where he resided until 1859, 
when he went to Milwaukee, "Wis. He was General Solicitor of the 
Ghicago, ?Jilwaukee and St. Paul Railway Go. 

He had one child by first and seven by second marriage. 

5484. Eliza Yilas? Gary b. May 10, 1845; m. June 1, 1S70, Shcrburn Oanborn; 

res. TVinona, Minn. 

5485. Frances Gary, b. Sept. 10, 1848; m. June 6, 1878, Gharles D. Keudrick; 

No children. He is a lawyer in Mil-waukcej Wis. 

5486. Melbert Brinkcrboff Gary, b. July 23, 1852; m. Apr. 28, 18S0, Julia 

]\Ietealf. He is Assistant General Solicitor of the Ghicago, ]\Iihvau- 
kee L St. I'anl Ilail.vay Co. Ecs. Milwaukee, "Wis. 

5487. Fred Asa Gary. b. INtar. 25, 1857. 

5488. John Watson Gary, Jr., b. Nov. 11, 1862. 

5489. George Foter Gary, b. June U, 1SG4. 

5490. Paul Van Etten Gary, b. Sejit. 3, 1SG7. 

5491. Isabel Brinkerhofl Gary, b. Oct. 30, 1869; d. Aug. 12, 1871. 

2333. SARAH ANN'"^GARY {same descent as 2325) b. Dec. 
26, 1818; m. July 3, 1838, John Armstrong Garswell, d. ]Mar. 3, 
1877. Resided in Racine, Wis. 

Thev had two children. 



EJGilTH GENERATION 493 



5492. Emily Maria* Carswell, b. Dec. 13, 1839; ra. Dec. 20, 1S59, Eobert Hall 

Baker; resided in Ivaeine, "Wis. 

5493. Charles Nathaniel Carswell, b. Apr. 1, 1844. 

2335. JOHN' SANFOllD {Dcndd 999, David 418, David 141, 
Samuel 35, E pin-aim 6, TJiomas 1) b. IMay 22, 1781, Great Barring- 
ton, Mass.; d. Feb. 13, 1857, Great Barrington, Mass.; m. Sept. 12, 
ISOS, Aurora, dan. of John and Esther (Pixley) Faruam, of Great 
Barrington, Mass., and Ncwbiirg, N. Y., b. Dee. G, 1790; d. June 7, 
18G0. With the exception of two or three years at West Stoek- 
bridge and Sheffield, 'Mi\ Sanford's life was spent at liis hoiiie i)i 
Egreinont Plains and tlie old hojne of his father and grandfather 
on Sanford Hill. He was a man of most genial and courteous man- 
ners, respected by all who Imew him. 

They had six children, the last four born in Egremont, ?vrass. 

5494.-|-Jolin Earnlian!", b. June H, 3S09, V\'est Stockbridf'e, Mass.; d. Dec. 6, 

1894; la. (1) Louisa Williams; ni. (2) Mrs. Eliza Pierce; la. (3) 

Mrs. Baiah Inp-ersoll. 
5495.-fMary Louisa, b. July 30, 1811, Sheffield, I\Ias&. ; d. Feb. 20, IS^'".; m. 

George Yy'ilmot. 
5J96.+Frederick Thompson, b. June 20, 1814; d. Jan. 30, 1S99 ; m. Mary 

Williams. 
5497.+Caroline, b. Feb. 23, 1818; d. Nov. 7, 1866; m. CJiarles Hudson. 
5498. -f- Aurora Farnura, b. May 4, 1S23; m. Elias LaSelle. 
5499.+David,. b. May 31, 1825; d. 1908; m. Maloria Eay. 

2337. ELIHU' SANFORD {same descent os 3335) b. June 
4, 1788, Great Barrington, Mass.; d. May, 1861, Great Barrington, 
Mass.; m. Jan. 21, 1810, Penelope Beekwith, b July 2G, 1785; d. 
May 22, 1824. 

They had five children. 

5500.+Maria B.s, b. Dee. 22, ISll; d. xVpr. 1852; m. Allen Palmer. 

5501. George G., b. Oct. 13, 1813; d. Aug. 31, 1815. 

5502.+Anson, b. Nov. G, 1815; m. Fannie Edgerly. 

5503.+Patieucc, b. May 13, 1818; d. Apr. 4, 1858; m. James Hitchcock. 

5504. + George Gifford, b. ^shn. 18, 1821; d. Mar. 25, 1873; m. Susan Prindlo. 

2340. STEPHEN^ SANFOPvD {same descent as 2335) b. 
Feb. 7, 1797, Great Barrington, Mass.; d. INFar. 2, 1873, Great Bar- 
rington, IMass.; m. I\rar. 12, 1824. IMaria Pixley, b. Dec. 3, 179S, 
Great Barrington, IMass. ; d. Sept. 19, 1883, Egremont, IMass. 

Thev had \\\r children. 



494 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FA^IILY 



5505. Harriot A.s, b. Mar. 18, 1825; fl. Aug. 23, 1829. 

550G. Charles Henry, b. Jan. 18, 1828; d. 1898, North Hampton, Mass.; unm. 
5507. Tvichard, b. Juue 30, 1830; d. Sept. 2G, 1860; uum. 
550S.4-Hannah C, b. .Tulr 20. ]S;^2; m. John New. 

550ft.+Sic; l.en H., h. Oct. 2U, 1S.?S; d. Apr. 15^ 1901; m. (1) Estelle Drnmm; 
m. (2) Lucinda Ha^vver. 

2341. EDAVARD' SANFOKD {mmc descent as 2335) b. 
Mar. IG, 1799, Great Barriugton, IMass. ; d. July 13, 1849, Great Bau- 
rington, ]\rass. ; m. Feb. 2, 182C, Amanda Flint, b. Aug. 23, 1800. 
]\Ir. Sanford was a cabinet make)-. 

They had five children. 

5510. Francos Eliza?, b. Sopt. 17, 1827; d. Oct. 1829. 

5511. Frances, b. Mar. 30, 1830; ni. Dec. 21, ]S50, John E. Eell, b. Mar. 23, 

1824. Mr. Bell was a carriage niaker in Akron, Ohio. No children. 
5512. -{-George Edward, b. July 29, 3832; d. in the war; m. Elizabeth Classon. 
5513. Washington Irving, b. Oct. 25, 1835; d. early. 
5511. Frederick F., b. Deo. 6, 1839; d. early. 

2343. HANNAH' SANFORD {same descent as 2335) b. 
Nov. 6, 1804, Great Barrington, Mass.; d. June 3, 1879, Great Bar- 
ringfon, ]\Iass. ; m. Feb. 24, 1825, Hezekiah Lathrop, b. Nov. 6. 1800; 
d. jMay 5, 1843, Great Barrington, IMass. Mr. Lathrop was a cabi- 
net maker. 

Tliey had seven children, all born in Great Barrington, ]\Iass. 

5515. Frances .Snnford? Lathrop, b. Dec. 25, 1825; d. Jan. 3, 18G4, N. Y. City; 

ni. Ajir. 15, 1851, Dr. Allen S. Church; no children. 
55]6.+Clarisso O'Brien Lathrop, b. May 31, 1S2S ; m. Josiah Tiiompson. 
5517. David Otis Lathrop, b. Jan. 20, 1831; d. Jan. 8, 1850, Sacramento, Cal. 
5518.-fEdwin Lyman Lathrop, b. July 22, 1833; m. Martha Whiting. 
5519.+Mary Kellogg Lathrop, b. Feb. 14, 1838; m. Henry Bradley. 

5520. Saiah Kclley Lathiop, b. Feb. 14, 1838; d. Apr. 18, 1838, Great 

Barrington,^ Mass. 

5521. Henry Clarence Lathrop, b. Nov. 14, 1841. 

2344. NATHANIEL WHITING" SANFOKD {Philo 1000, 
David 418, David 141, Samuel 35, Epliraim 6, Thomas 1) b. June 
11, 1785, ^rcdway, Mass.; d. Feb. 19, 1844; m. Nov. 29. 1810, Han- 
nah Crane, b. July 3, 1784. Resided in Attleboro, IMass. 

They had two children. 

5522. Francis Fhilo«, b. Nov. 3, 1812; m. Eli-abeih Wall, b. Apr. G, 1810; 

d. 1885; no children; resided in Newark, N. J. 
5523.-f-Anna ILanuah, b. June 5, 1819; m. Jonathan Crane. 



EIGHTn GENERATION 495 

2345. PIIILO' SANFOKD (some descent os 23il) b. Jime 
38, 1787, i\Iedvvay, Mass.; d. Mar. 11, 1S65, Boston, :\Ias.s. ; m. 
Marf.ha Urncc, b. in Wrentliam, Mass.; d. in Boston, Mass. Tliey 
reaiovcd from Nevrark, X. J., to Wrentham, Mass., in 1S2G, and 
later nioved to Hallowell, 'Me. 

The}' had nine children. 

552-1. Oliver?, d. youHg. 

552o.+Martha Caroline, b. 1S16-17; d. Nov. 7, 1852; m. Dr. Eli Thurstou. 

5526.+01iver Shepard, b. 1£]S; m. Martha Nason. 

5527.+Mary Lydla, b. Mar. 8, 1821; d. Jan. 17, ISCG; m. James MorTison. 

5528. Augustus, b. 1S22; d. 1S52. 

5529.+IIarriet{e Clarissa, b. Nov. 30, 1824; d. June 4, 1883; m. Ariel I^Tami. 

5530.+Edmund Philo, b. Aug. 25, 1S26; d. Feb. 14, ISSO; m. Jare Clark. 

5531. -f Anna Emily, b. Sept. 25, 1828; d. Feb. 14, 1888; m. Henry Mann. 

5532. Albert "William Hamilton, b. 1830. Mr. Sanford was in business in 

Boston, Mass., before the Civil War; went to Texas and was 
draughted in to tue Confederate service and was drov.Tied from a 
blockade runner on Brazors Ear during tlie war. 

2346. JOANNA" SANFORD {same descent as 2344) b. Apr. 
8, 1789, I\Ied\vay, Mass.: d. Apr. 25, 1853, Med\vay, ^fass. ; m. Nov. 
IG, 1820, Jool Partridge, b. !\lar. 1, 1781, ^tedway, Mass. ; d. Aug. 
2, 1852, ]\ Fed way, :\Iass. 

They had three children. 

5533. Childs, b. Apr. 12, 1825; d. Apr. 12, 1825. 

5534. Edmund James Partridge, b. Apr. 6, 1827; d. May 21, 1828. 
5535.+Lydia Sanford Partridge, b. Sept. 11, 18?.0; m. Addison Thayer. 

2347. SEWALL^ SANFORD {same descent as 2344) b. 
Dee. 7, 1790, ^fedway, :\rass. ; d. Apr. 29, 1831, Medway, Mass.; 
m. Nov. 26, IS! 2, Edena Ilolbrook, b. Dec. 25, 1786, Bellingliam, 
Ma:iS. ; d. Jan. 7, 1876, ]\Ied\vay, IMass. ^NFr. Sanford was a promi- 
nent business man and manufacturer, lie rnade the first cotton 
thread manufactured in America. 

They had four children, all boini in ]\redway, Mass. 

553G.4-Milton Holbrooks, b. Aug. 20, 1813; d. Aug. 3, 18?!^; m. (1) Anna 

Davenport ;■ m. (2) Cordelia Eiddlo. : 

5537. + Edwards Sewall, b. Mar. 17, 1817; d. Sept. 9, 1S«2; m. Mary Downing. 

5535. + EdQ'na Jane, b. Nov. 13, 1821; d. Aug. 21, 1901; m. Richard Le Favor. 
5539.+George Francis, d. 1852; ni. Sarah Sanger. 



THE TJIOMAS SANFORJJ FAMILY 



2348. BATHSHEBA^ SANFOUD {same descent as 2344) 
b. May 8, 1793, Mechvay, Mass.; d. Feb. 4, 1820; m. Aug. 8, 181G, 
Hoi'iice Ilolden, a lavvyer of N. Y. C, b. Nov. 5, 1793, Sudbury, 
Mass.: d. ^hv. 25, ]862, N. Y. 0. 

The}' had cue child. 

5540.+Harriet Sophias noldeii, b. July 29, 1817; d. Dec. 31, 1850; m. Stephen 
Thayer. 

2349. LYDIA B.^ SANFORD (same descent as 2344) b. 
Feb. 6, 1795, :\lcdway, IMass. ; d. :Mar. 25, 1850, Worcester, Mass. ; 
m. Nov. 1, 1815, Bev. AVilliam Eaton, b. Aug. IS, 1783, Framingham, 
Mass.; d. Apr. 13, 1810, AA^est Broolcfielrl, ]Mass. :Mr. Eaton grad- 
uated at Willia7n.s College in 1810, entered Andover Theological 
Seminary and finished his studies ther-e in 1813. He was ordained 
at Fitchburg, ]\Iass., in 1815. Installed at ]\Iiddlebury, Mass., in 
1824, Charlotte. Vt., in 1834, and Ilardwick, Mass., in 1837. 

Tlie.v had four children. 

5541.-fWili;nTn Sanfords Eaton, b. Mny 29, 1S20; lost at sea ,Jfin. 8, 1856; 
m. Asenath Hitchcock. 

5542. + Sarah Elizabeth Eutou, b. .Jan. 13, 1824; d. Mar. 4, 1900; ui. Alfred 

Rose. 

5543. ?.rarion Chappelle Eaton, b. Sept. 15, 1826, Middleboro, Mass.; d. 

Oct. 8, 1907, "Worcester, Mass.; m. Jan. 10, 1861, Eev. Ebenezcr 
Cutler, D. D., b. Aug. 21, 1822, Eoy.alston, Mass; d. Jan. 16, 1893, 
^Yo^ceste^, Mass.; no children; res. Worcester, Mass. 

5544. Horace Holden Eaton, b. Get. 10, 1833, Middieboro, Mass.; m. May 1, 

1856, Sarah B. Eardv.ell; d. Feb. 1876; no children. 

2350. STEPHEN" SANFORD {same -Jcsccnt as 2344) b. 
May 10, 1797, IMedway, IMass. ; d. Aug. 15, 18^5, Lowell, Mass.; m. 
Oct. 13, 1828, Maria Ann, dau. of Hon. Le^ns Fisher of Franklin, 
Mass.; b. Oct. 10, 1803, Franklin, Mass.; d. Feb. 27, 1885. 

They had four children. 

5545.+Abbie Marias, b. An*,^. 5, 1829; m. Natt Head. 

5546.+Caro]inc Ursula, b. Mar. 5, 1831; d. July 13, 1871; m. (1) Samuel 
Allen; iii. (2) William Seamans. 

5547. + Le^ns Philo, b. Sept. IS, 1834; d. July 16, 1864; m. (1) Matrassa 

J^I'oody; m. (2) Clara Parker. 

5548. Elizabeth Fuller, b. Nov. 6, 1S36; unni.; res. LoavcII, Mass. 

2351. CLABISS^A^ SANFOBD {samp descent as 23 M) b. 
Sept. IG, 1799, :\reclway, :\rass.; d. Feb. 6, 1878, Worcester, iMass. ; 
m. Aug. IG, 1826, Kev. Levi Packard, b. Feb. 4, 1793, No. Bridge- 




KKV. DAVID SA.XFOK 
No. 23r)-J 



EIGHTH GENERATION . 497 



water, Mass.; d. Jan. 11, 1857, Wooiisockc.t, Ct. Mr. Packard was 
graduated from Brown University in 1S21 ; ordained a minister 
June 19, 1862, and was pastor for twenty-seven years at Spencer, 
Ivla-^s. A mojnoir of liim was written by Kev. AViiliani M. Cornell, 
D. D., and r'ubiished by Harlow & Thatelier in 1878. Res., Spencer, 
Mass. 

They Lad six children, all born in Spencer, Mass. 

5519.4-Snrr,h Daniels^ Packard, b. Oct. 2f), 1827 j d. Jan. 13, 1907; m. James 

Hold en. 
5550. -f Clarissa Saiiford Packard, b. May 12, 1S30; d. Aug. C, IPOG; m. Simeon 

Ne^^'ton. 
5551. Edward Paysou Packard, b. Mar. 2G, ISoLi ; d. Oct. 11, 184 7, Spencer, 

M:iS?.. 
5552.-fLevi Scvrall Packard, b. June 7, 1831; m. (1) Ann Travers; m. (2) 

jM'ariou BrotsTi. 
5553. Mary Snow Packard, b. June 14, 1S3G; d. Sept. 21, ISfiO. 
5554.-fravid Sanford Packard, b. Apr. 8, 1839; d. J\ine 29, 1870; 7n. Ellen 

McGregor. 

2352. REV. DAYID^ SANFORD {same descent a.^ 2344) b. 
Ang. 8, 1801, ]\redway, ]\iass. ; d. Dec. 7, 1875, :\ledway, Mass. ; m. 
(1) July 22, 1828, Sarah Parkhurst Daniels, b. Oct. 22, 1802, Hol- 
liston, Mass. ; d. Jan. 6, 1860, Medway, Mass. ; m. (2) ^lar. 19, 1861, 
Mrs. Adeline (Davis) Patrick, b. Nov. 4, 1831, Trenton, Me.; d. 
1897, Everett, Mass. 

I\Ir. Sanford was graduated from P.ro\ra University in 1825 
and was first a pastor at Newmarket, N. H., where he resided two 
years. Then pastor of a church at Dorchester, !\Iass., for eight 
years. Hu returned to Medway and organized he Congregational 
Church Society of which he was the honored and successful ])astor 
for nearly forty years. He resigned as active pastor i)i 1871, 
though continuing as senior pastor. His church in IMedway was 
an olf-shoot of his grandfather David's church. 

He had nine children by first marriage. 

5555. 4- Harriet Newells, b. May 4, 1829; m. Elcazer Thompson. 

5556. David Brainard, b. Jan. 17, 1831, Dorchester, Mass.; ni. Dec. 10, 1855, 

Nancy Jane Allen, b. Apr. 4, 1839, East Freetown, Mas.?. 

5557. Henry I^Iartyn, b. Dec. 4, 1S32, Dorchester, IMass. ; d. May 5, 1836, 

Dorchester, Mass. 

5558. Harlan Page, b. Apr. 5, 1836, Dorchester, Mass.; d. 1903, Medway, 

Mass. 
5559,+Sarah Daniels, b. Oct. 12, 1838; d. May 11, 1873; m. Rev. Calvin Cutler. 
55C0. -library Codman, b. Sept. 4, 1841; m. Kev. Pichard Winsor. 

(32) 



498 THE THO^IAS SATsFUT^D FAMITA' 

5561. Edniuiui In^ersoll, b. Feb. 21, 1S44, Med^yay, Mass.; d. 1904, Medway, 

Mass.; umn. 
55C2.-hMart}ia Elizabeth, b. Aug. 15, 1845; d. Jan. 28, 1902; m. J^cv. Calvin 

Cutler. 
G5C3. Nathaniel Einuioiis, b. Aug. 27, 184S, Medvay, Mass. 

2354. EEV. DAYI]) SANFORD" j\IORSE (Clarissa 1001, 
David 418, David 141, Samuel 35, Epliraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 
22, 1793; d. Dec. 21, 1871, Austerlitz, N. Y. ; m. (1) July 21, 1S2-1, 
j\rargaret Van Dyke, d. Nov., 1838; m. (?) ^Tay, 1811, widow Lydia 
S. Kent, d. Oct. 21, 1865; ni. (3) July 24, 1871, Ann U. Hubbard, 
b. 1833. 

He had oric child by first marriage. 
5564. Clarissas ]\rorse, b. May 10, 1825; d. May 8, 1S51; m. Jan. 2, 1850, 
Waircn Ciocltcr. 

2355. CDA-RTSSA' :\IOrtSE (same descent as 2354) b. May 
4, 1796; d. Feb. 10, 1875; n;. IMar. 1, 1819, Isaac Fairman, b. July 8, 
1790; d. Oct. 29, 1853. 

They had six children. 

5565. -f David-* Fail-man, b. May 12, 1820; d. :^ray 5, 1882; in. Mary Bryau. 
5566. Julia Fairman, b. Dec. 16, 1822; d. Apr. IS, 1SS9; m. Oct. 1857, 

Jevomiah Deyo. 
5567.+Eliza Fairman, b. Dee. 11, 1825; m. ITcnry Merviue. 
5568. + Ellen Fairman, b. Dec. 14, 1830; m. Stockton Croshaw. 
5569.+M£ry Jane Fairman, b. Aug. 8, 1835; m. Gilbert llendrickson. 
5570.4-John Henry Fairman, b. Ikfay IS, 1839; m. Caroline Brown. 

2353. JOHN STEVENS^ ^lORSE {same elcscenf as 2354) 
b. Feb. 14, 1799; d. Z^Iar. 24,- 1876; m. Apr. 17, 1823, Anna Parsons, 
b. Apr. 1, 1803; d. Jan. 30, 1873. 

They lind si.x children. 

5571.+Emi]ys Morse, b. Dec. 23, 1824; m. Eev. Bola Scj-mour. 

5572. Henry Morse, b. Dec. 28, 1828; d. Apr. 19, 1851. 

5573. Lucy ^Morse, b. Aug. 23, 1831; ni. June 8, 1865, Frederick T. Peck. 

5574. Alfred Parsons Morse, b. Dec. 7, 1833; d. May 15, 1853. 

5575. Mary Elizabeth Morse, b. Dec. 1, 1836; d. June 12, 1854. 

5576. + Gerrett Smith ?slorso, b. Sci)t. 15, 1839; ui. Frances ]5eutou. 

2358. JULIA" MORSE (same descent as 2354) b. Feb. 16, 
1803; m. Feb. 18, 1830, Tlionias Delano Smith, b. May 20, 1799; d. 
Mar. 3, 1877. 

Tlicy liad tlirce children. 



EIGHTH GENEIJA'J'JON 495"" 



5577. Elizabeths Smith, b. Sept. 19, 1S31; m. Mar. 21, ISCl, John Froni, b. 

June £o, 1S24; d. Xov. 30, 1SS5. 

5578. Charles Sanford Smith, b. Mar. 19, 1S33; m. J^rar. 2S, 1S59, Margictta 

Jiinston, b. Oct. 10, 1835. 
5579.-h.iainr.s Smith, h. Jan. 29, IbSS; m. Sidney Webster. 

2365. EIOTIARD^ SANFOPJ) {EWm 1G02, David 418, 
David 141, Samuel 35, Epliraini G, Tliomas 1) h. Mar. 12, 1804, 
Belohertown, Mass.; d. Feb. :I6, 18S0 ; m. Sept. 22, 1S35, Elizabeth 
Kino-, b. Dee. 1, 1818; d. Apr. 20, 1905, AYoreester, :\Iass. 

They had two ehiklren. 

55S0. Eiehard'?, b. A\v^. 11, 183G;.d. Aii^. 13, 183G. 
SoSl. + Kllen Elizabeth, b. May 9, 18"-12; lu. George Ulark. 

2366. FKANCES" SANFORD {same descent as 5305) b. 
May 31, 1806, BelchertovMi, Mass.; d. IMar. 8, 1S3G; rn. June, 1827, 
William Pease, b. Apr. 11, 1805, Loudon, Eng. ; d. :May 6, 1865, 
N. Y. C. (Mr. Pease 'm. (2) Get. 19, 183G, Cornelia 0. Fran- 
cisco.) 

They had four children, all except Frances born in Albany, 
N. Y. 

55S2.-f\Vi]liam Elliot^ Pease, b. Apr. 20, 182S; d. Dee. 10, 1^98; ra. Mary 

Tonrtellotte. 
55S3.+Ed\Tard Sanford Pease, b. July 11, 1830; d. Apr. 29, 1902; m. Theda 

Field. 
55S4.+Elizabclh Frances Pease, b. 'Feb. 1, 1831; d. June 7, 1906; m. Francis 

Hickock. 
5585. Frances Sanford Pease, b. Feb.. 28, 1S3C, Boston, Mass.; d. Mar. IS, 

1902, N. Y. Cify; num. 

2370. REV. WILLIAM HOWE'' SANFORD {IcJiahod 1003, 
David 418, David 141, Samuel 33, EpJiraim G, Tliomas 1) b. Feb. 
14, J 800, Belcliertown, IMass. ; d. Nov. 27, 1879, Worcester, Mass.; 
m. Aug. 23, 1830, Harriet, dau. of Rev. Ethan Sinit]'. of Hanover,' 
N. II. ; b. Sept. 12, 1807, Hanover, N. H. ; d. ^Ux 7, 1899, Worcester, 
Mass. Mr. Snnford graduated from Harvard College in 1828. 
studied for the ministry find became pastor of the Cojigregational 
Church at l^iylston Center, Mass., in 1832, Avliieh position he held 
till 1857. In tliat year he left Poylstou and the ministry, engaging 
in the book and stationery Injsiness at Vrorcester, ^Eass., in the firm 
name of Sanford & Coni[>any. In 1855-6, he rein-esented his town 
in tlie State Legislature. For the greater part of his life in Boyls- 
tun he was chairman of the school board. 



500 THE TITOMAvS SANFOl.'D FAMfLY 

On lii.s TGth liirthday in 1876 over a lumdred of his Boylston 
friends p.iid liim a genuine surprise visit in Worcester, presenting 
hiii) witli a silver service. 

Tlis ginndfatlier, 1-cv. David Sanfoid, was Cbaplain in llie 
War of the licvolution. 

They had six children, all except Myron born in Bojdston, 
Mass. 

558G. Myrun S.^ b. July 12, 183], Ilaiiovor, N. 11.; d. Apr. 6, 1S67, Chicago, 

111. He was a grain broker. 
5587. Elizabeth Phelj.s, b. O'^t. 22, 1833; d. Jau. 13, 1003; m. ITenry Martyn 

Smith. (Sec 5636.) 

5558. William ^o^ve, b. Sejit. 18, 1835; d. iNlar. 31, ISGS. 

5559. + Georgo Lyndori, b. Jan. 17, 1837; m. Ellen Eaylies. 

5590. + Charles Ethan, b. July ?7, 1840; to. Jennie Enggles. 

5591. Frank Dwight, b. Ang. 30, 1S48; d. Oct. 11, 189-1; m. May 13, 1879, 

Mary E. Potter; no children. 

23V3. GFXJKOE CARLOS' SANFORD {same dcsrmt o.^ 
23'^G} h. Feb. 9, 180G, Belcltertown, I^Iass. ; d. Mar. 8, 1874, Belcher- 
town, Mass.: ni. (1) Oct. 15, 1833, Sophia J^nrnett, b. Oct. 3, 1813. 
B-^lehertown, :\lass. ; d. Apr. 10, 1852, Belchertown, ^Nlass. ; m. (2) 
Jan. 26, 1853, Harriet S. Loomis, b. July 6, 1823; d. Jidy 3. 1870; 
m. (3) Apr. 19, 1873, Jane Johnson. 

He had nine children ])y first, tliree by second ajid one by 
tliird niar)'iage, all born in Belchertown, ^lass. 

5592. + Lemuel Mason^, b, Nov. 7, 1834; m. (1) Sarah Cowles; m. (2) 

Ortiiicia Cuwles. 

5593. Tloratio Gales, b. Sept. 6, 1836; killed in battle of Yioksburg, July 

17, 1864. Was in 124tb Illinois Volunteers, Company A. 
5594.-f-Ilarr:et Smith, b. Oct. 9, 183S; d. Aug. 4, 1884; m. Fred Bridgeman. 
5595.4- Xancy Howe, b. Mar. 10, 1841; m. George Green. 
559G.+Sophia Burnett, b. Nov. 9, 1842; m. Edrt'iu Patwin. 

5597. George Carlos, b. l\lay 5, 1844; d. Mar. 10, 1S46, Belchertown, Mass. 

5598. Charles William, b. June IG, 184G; d. Oct. 23, 1S5S, Belchertown, INIass. 
o.jOO.-f Enoch Burnett, b. June 20, 1849; m. (1) Ella Smith; m. (2) EstcllQ 

LaPointe. 
5f,no.-|-Gcorge Edward, b. Mar. 11, 1852; m. Fidla Dorman. 
5601. Sarah Agnes, b. Dec. 4, 1S55; m. i\[ar. 2G, 1S79, Franlc Norton; no 

children; res. Creston, Ta. 
5G02.-f William Loon)is, b. Mar. 22, 1860; m. Caroline llawkes. 

5603. Alice L., b. :Nrar. 11, 1867; d. Oct. 4, 1S67, Belchertown, Mas.^. 

5604. Edith, b. :Mar. 2, 1874. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 501 



2374. HORATIO GATES^ SANFORD {same descent as 
2370) I). ^lar. 22, 1808, Belehertown, Mass.; d. Apr. 2G, ISDl, 
Gloiice.ster. :^[as.s. : m. Sept. IG, 1835, Harriet Eliza, dan. of Capt. 
James and Eliza (IlouglO Harkiii, b. Feb. 17, 1809, Gloucester, 
]\rass. ; d. June 15, 1878, Gloucester, IMass. 

Mr. Sanford, after retiring from business in about 1878, began 
procuring data for a Thomas Sanford Genealogy. This work he 
prosecuted, more or less, as his strength permitted, for the rest of 
his life. 

He was financially assisted in the work by ?>riUon Holbrook 
Sajiford, an enthusiastic Sanford, quite generously, as the author 
is informed by his descendants. However, being so advanced in 
years and of failing health, he was unable to put his data in form 
or to publish it. The author of this work, laiowing that IMr. San- 
ford had done considerable work, preparatory to a genealogy, went 
to his son H. Prank Sanford of Gloucester, Mass., in 1906, to secure, 
if possible, tlie data he had gathered, for this work, but was unable 
to make any arrangements for the same. 

However, in September, 1909, he did purchase all tlie papers, 
data and memoranda gathered by Horatio Gates Sanford and all 
that it cojitained VN-hich the autlior did not then have has been incor- 
porated in this A\-ork. The data tlius secured materially aided the 
author as to many disputed points and filled out and perfected 
several families, for which ho wishes to make due acknowledgment 
to his labors. Iji addition to this, there was, among the papers gath- 
ered by Horatio, a box of many very old papers, which are of great 
interest and importance. But for these it would never have beoi 
known ^\ho was the second wife of Samuel of '^phraim Sanford. 

These old papers also settled several other knotty problems. 
They are more fully outlined and described in the article on Thomas 
Sanlord and the sketch of Ephraim, his son. 
They had six children. 

5605. Horatio Gatcs% b. Juue 2A, 1S3G, Gloucester, Mass.; (1. June 25, 1S3G, 

Gloucester, Mass. 

5606. Daughter, b. 1S3R, Gloucester, Alass.; d. 183S. 

5607. -f Horatio Francis, b. Mar. VJ, 1S43; m. Florence Friend. 
560S. Walter Howe, b. Feb. 27, 18-16, Hoston, Mass.; d. Sept. 27, 1S4S, 
Boston, Mass. 

5609. Howard Euohauan, b. Sept. 12, 1S40, rorlsir.uutli, is\ If. ; d. July S, 

1852, Worcester, Mass. 

5610. Son, b. July, 1852, Worcester, Mass.; d. July, 18.^2, Worcester, Mass. 



502 thj: thoMxVS saxford family 



2375. BATHSIIEBA^ SANFORD {same descent as 2370) 
b. Sept. 4, 1810, Belchertowu, Mass.; d. Aug. 1, 1888, Belchertown, 
Mass.; m. Dec. 19, 1844, Addison Burnett, b. June 7, ISK); d. Jane 
2, 1890, Belclicrtown, Mass. 

They had two children. 

5G11. Estes Sanford« Burnett, b. Oct. 27, 1847; d. Oct. 7, 1S49, Worcester, 

Mass. 
5612. Bathsheba SnTiford ISurnett, b. Oct. 21, 18.54; m. F. C. Stebbins. Has 

two cliildicii. Ties., Bolchcrtowii, Mass. 

2376. SUSAN TRACY^ SANFORD {same descent as 2370) 
b. Apr. 30, 1813, Belcliertown, :\rass. ; d. Apr. 24, 1894, Worcester, 
iMass. ; m. Aug. 10. 1S35, Thomas Alonzo Claj-k, b. Feb. 15, 1810; 
d. Mar. 30, 1894, Worcester, IMass. 

They liad two cliildrej], born in BelchertoA^, ]\Iass. 

5613.+Susan Dwigbt S.qnfords Clark, b. Mar. 28, 1842; in. John Gannvell. 
5614.+Nancy Howe Sant'ord Clark, b. Mar. 2S, 1S42; d. Aug. 22, 1905; in. 
George Piper. 

2377. ESTES ITOWE^ SANFORD {same descent as 2S70) 
b. Nov. 2], 3815, Belehertown, Mass.; d. I\ray 6, 1901, Belehertown, 
I^Iass. ; m. Dec. 17, 1845, Delia ^laria Dwight, b. Nov. 30, 1823, 
Belcbertov.n, ]\Iass. Res., Belcliertovrn, iNIass. 

They had two children, born in Belehertown, ^Fass. 

5Gb5. Ediuimd Dwigl.ts, b. July 11, 1851; d. Sept. 17, 1860, Bckherlown, 
Mass. 

5616. Mary Elizabeih, b. June 5, 1S5S, d. July 24, 1S79, Belehertown, Mass. 

2379. LYNDON ARNOLD' SMITH {BathsJicha 100-1, David 
418, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim C, Thomas 1) b. Nov. 11, 1795, 
Haverhill, N. IL ; d. Dec. 15, 18G5, Newark, N. J.; ni. Nov. 20, 1823, 
Frances Louise, dau. of Rev. Edward Dorr Griffin, D. D., Bresident 
of Williams College. Dr. Smith graduated from Dartmoulh College 
in 1817. 

They liad six children. 

5617. Malvim Foniiim'* Smith, b. Doc. 8, 1824, Willianisfown, Mass.; d. .Ian. 

24, 1842, Newark, N. J. 
56]8.4T;dwaid Burr Griffin Smith, b. Nov. 7, 1S2G; d. June 15, 1878; m. 

Margaret Baldwin. 
5610.+Lyndon Aruohl Sinitli, b. Boo. 10, 1S2S; d. .Inly 30, 1894; in. Margaret 

Robinson. 
5620. Francos Louisa Suiitli, b. Oct. 23, 1831, Newark, N. J.; num. Kes., 

Newark, N. J. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 503 



5C21. Ecv. Saafcrd Iluntiugtor. Smitli, A. M., b. Doc. 23, 1834, Ne-svark, N. J.; 
d. Mar. 4, 1873, x\dams, N. Y. ; ni. JTay 2, lSr,6, Edwina Whelpley, 
of New Jersey; no children. 

5G22. MyroT. Winslow Smitli, b. Sept. 24, 183S, Newark, N. J. In 1861, 
Mitfifd th'j xViiny as Fh^t Licuteiiaiit a7jd Adjutant of tlio I'^rt't 
ReguDoni, N. S. colored troops and was Acting Assistant General 
of the First Brigade, 3rd Division, ISth Army Corps. Ho was 
wonndod at Fort Harrison, Chapnic Farm, near Richmond, Sept. 30, 
1864; d. Oct. 5, 1SG4, at Officers Hospital, Fortress Monroe; unm. 

2380. KEV. STEPHEN SANFORD" S:\nTII (same descent 
as 3379) b. Apr. 14, 1797, Haverhill, N. H. ; d. Oct. 28, 1873, 
ATorcester, ]Mass. ; m. Jtinc 22, 1823, Lucretia Bishop, b. Nov. 80, 
1801 

They liad niue children. 

5623. Emily Ei-hop'^ Smith, b. Nov. 6, 1824; d. Aug. 3, 1825. 

5624. + Maria Louisa Smith, 1). Oct. 29, 182G; d. Oct. 29, 1865; m. George 

Sickles. 

5625. Eavid Saaford Smith, b. July 28, 1823; d. Aug. 11, 1847. 

5626. + Henry Tslnrlin Smith, b. May 5, 1830; m. (1) Harriet Hudson; m. (2) 

Elizabeth San ford. - 
5627.+Cornelia Everts Sinith, b. .Hil)' 15, 1833; m. Samuel Faulkner. 
562S. Elizabeth H. Smith, b. Sept. 28, 1835; d. Nov. 13, 1835. 

5629. George Bisliop Smith, b. July 29, 1837. 

5630. + Harriet Eliza Smith, b. Dec. 7, 1840; d. Feb 28, 1866; m. James 

Roberts. 
5631.+Frederick Worthington Smith, b. June 2, 1846; m. Alice Van Etta. 

2382. KEY. CxVRLOS* SMITH {same descent as 2370) b. 
July 17, ]S01, Hopkijiton, N. H. ; d. Apr. 24, 1877, Ala-oii, 0.; m. 
Feb. 20, 1827, Sitsau Saxon, b. Ang. 27, 1805, .ianover, N. H. 

They had twelve children. 

5632.+ Julia Louisa« Smith, b. Nov. 23, 1827; m. George Carter. 

5633. + Charl.r, Edward Smith, b. Mar. 27, 1S29; m. Jnno Gardner. 

5634. Harriet Sanford Smith, b. June 24, 1830, CatskilJ, N. Y.; d. July 19, 

1830. 
5635.+Sarali Porter Sinith, b. May 21, 1831; m. Leavitt Bissell. 
5636. Harriet Sanford Smith, b. Jan. IS, 1S33. 
5637.+Mary Clarke Smith, b. July 4, 1834; m. Robert McKee. 

5638. Ellen Chase Smith, b. Mar. 26, 1836, Manlius, N. Y. 

5639. Eliza :Mygatt Smith, b. Sept. 18, 1838, Painesville, Ohio. 

5640. Grace I'letcher Smitii^ b. Sept. 18, 1838, Painesville, Ohio; d. Aug. 

2, 1839. 

5641. Ethan Sanford Smith, b. Sept. 10, 1839, T'aincsville, Oliio. ; m. Eva 

Adam.s. 



THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



5G42. Grace Fletclier Smith, b. Fe'o. 21, 1841, Painesville, Oliio; d. Aug. 6, 

1841. 
5G43. Malvina Foreman Smith, h. Dee. 15, 1842, Paincsville, Ohio; d. Aug. 

21, 1843. 

2383. GRACE FLETCHERS SMITH (same descent as 
2379) b. ]\Iiiy 23, 1803, ITopkiMton, N. H. ; d. June IS, 1840, Haver- 
hill, Mass. ; m. Aug. 23, 1S27, Rev. Job Henry Martyn, M. D., b. 
Oct, 25, 1798, Northfield, J\Iass. ; d. Mar. 25, ISGS, Utica, N. Y. 
Mrs. i\Iartyn was named for Daniel Webster's first wife, Grace 
Fletclier, who was an intimate friend of her mother's. She was 
a gifted woman, both mentally and spiritually and her name is held 
m blessed memory b\' all who knew her. IMi-. ^Martyu ^^'as a ^rrad- 
nate of Middlebury College, Princeton Theological Seminary, and 
Castleton, Vt., ^^ledical Scbool. He was a well knov,^l and eloquent 
evangelical preaclicr and reformer of his time. A pastor in New 
York City for many years. A strong anti-slavery man and tem- 
perance advocate. 

Tliey had f.ve children. 

5644. Edvard Paysons Martyu, b. June 27, 1828; d. Nov. 6, 1828. 
5645.-f Sarah Louisa Martvn, k Feb. 11, 1830; m. Hon. Robert Vrright. 
5646. Henry Smitli Martyn, b. Aug. 8, 1832; d. Aug. 29, 1834. 
5647.+Charles Henry Martini, b. Aug. 24, 1830; d. May 5, 1873; ni. Louisa 

Hoh-idge. 
564S.-I Sanford Smith Martyn, b. July 23, 1839; m. Frances Cummings. 

2384. SARAH TO"WNE' SMITH {same descent as 5379) b. 
Aug. 5, 1805, Hopkinton, N. H. ; d. Nov. 22, 1879, N. Y. C. ; m. 
]\lar. 5, LSI], Rev. Job Henry ^Martyn, 'M. H., 1 er brother-in-law. 
!\lrs. Marlyn was a popular writer and authoress during the middle 
part of the last century. "The J^adies' Wreath," a pioneer in the 
present illustrated moiithlies, was originated for her by her father, 
and she was for many years its popular editress. She was Secre- 
tarv of the Female floral Reform Society in N. Y. C. and editress 
of its paper, "Tlie Female jMoral Reform Advocate." She was 
also the author of the book "AVomeu of the Bible," and of a scries, 
"Times of John Knox." She was versed in several languages and 
a fine Hebrew scholar, liaving taken a full course of theological 
studies under her father. 

They liad four children, all born in N. Y. C. 

5640.-l-William Carlos'* :Martyn, b. Dee. 15, 1841; m. Giulia Ferrer. 
5G50. Malviua lorman JIartyn, b. Sept. 15, 1843; d. Jan. £9, 1845. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 505 



5C51. Frank Lansing Martyn, b. Jan. 27, 1846; d. 1883, Baltimore, Md. 
5C1;J2. Herbert Sedgwick Martyu, b. July 20, IMoO; d. Jane 2u, 1860, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

2387. ELLEN CHASE' SMITH (.same descent as 2379) b. 
Dec. 3, 1812, IIopki}iton, N. H. ; d. June 23, 1846, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 
m. Oct.. 17, 3S37, Hon. Cliarles B. Sedgwick of Syracuse, N. Y., 
b. Mar. 5, ISlo. 

]\rr. Sedgwick Avas in the Naval Academy at Newport, N. Y., 
in 1862-3. In 1863, lie was Captain's clerk on board tlie Flag 
sliip "U. S. S. Black Hawk" xmder Admiral D. D. Carter. He 
left the Navy in 1S64 to enter Harailtou College, from which he Asns 
graduated in 1868. "Was the first Connty Judge of Douglas County, 
Neb., in 1875-76 77; Librarian of the Court of Appeals Lihrarj- at 
Syracuse, N. Y. in L881-5-6; Assistant District Attorney of Ouoii 
daga County. N. Y., in 189-1-5; and is now associated with the 
Solvay Process Co. in Detroit, j\Iich. 

They had five children, all horn in Pompcy, N. Y. 

5G53. Cliarles Etliaus Sedgwick, b. Auj;. 2, JS3S; d. Mar. S, ISSfi. 
5654. Charles Henry Sedgwick, b. Jan. 11, 1840; d. Feb. 4, 1S40. 
5655.+Ellen Aiuelia Sedgwick, b. Nov. 2, 1841; m. Osgood Tracy. 
5G5G. Catherine Maria Sedgwick, b. Sept. 2, 1S44; d. June 20, 1«I6. 
5G57.+Charlcs Hamilton Sedgwick, b. May 22, 1S46; in. (1) Marcia Fenton ; 
m. (2) Carrie Ferguson. 

2392. EEGIXA INGERSOL^ SANFORD (:Moses 1006, 
David 41S, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. 1813; 
m. Oct. 23. 1815, Christian B. Nestell. 

Tliey jiad four children. 

5CoS. Betsey Bosv>orth* Nestell. 
5G59. INEaria Louisa Nestell. 
5GG0. Ann Jann.^tt Nestell. 

56G1. Clara Sanford Nestell, b. .luly 21, 1S57, Providence, R. I.; d. Mar.. 9, 
1S58, Providence, R. I. 

2393. :\1AHTA JANETTE" SANFORD, {same elesvent as 
2392) b. 1815; m. Jan. 17, 1841, Pawtueket, R. I., Carter Trask, 
d. 1850. 

They lijid two chihlren. 

5662. Maria Ida Carter'* Trask. 

5063. Ellen Augusta Trask, b. Dec. 22, 1845; d. Aug. 29, 1S47. 



506 TlIE THOMAS SANF017D T'AMILY 

2394. SAI\IUEL GREEN' SANFOrxD (same descent as 
2395) I). 1820; m. (1) Feb. 23, 1852, Martha Ann Clough, in Provi- 
dence, R. L; b. Aug. 1, 1831; d. Dec. 27, 1851; m. (2) May 22, 
1860, Mary P. ITarvcy, at Taimtoj), Mass. 

Jle bad one child b}' first marriage, 

5664. I^lartha Ann-s, b. Doe. 25, 1854; d. Aug. 7, 1855. 

2.305. ELECTA WIGHT^ SANFORD {Samuel 1003, David 
418, Dauidlil, Samuel 35, Epliraim G, Thoma<i 1) b. May 15, 1801; 
d. July 3, 1812; rn. 1S21, Abel Hull, b. June 4, I'^Ql; d. Mar. 21, 
-1876. 

They had six children. 

5665. + Mary :^^.s TIiill, b. Aug. 2, 1S22; m. Volnej Haskell. 
56G6. Georr^G W. Hull, b. .Tnly 23, 1S24. 

5667. Charlotte S. Hull, b. May 2.3, 1827; ra. Dr. Curtis. 

566S. Frances Hull, b. June 18, 1S33; ni. Van Sebaick. 

5669. Clarissa Hull, b. July 6, 1837; d. 1838. 

5670. Electa M. Hull, b. June, 1842; d. Sept. 1842. 

2396. SAIMUEL 11.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2395) b. 
July 15, 1807; d. July 10, 1864; m. Feb. 4, 1828, Susan P. Porter. 
Resided in North Briclgewater, ]\Iass. 

They had nine children. 

5671. + Jobn D.?, b. 1S2S; d. 1864; m. Clarissa Safford. 
5672.-|-Samucl H. Jr., b. 1830; m. Caroline Pine. 
5673.+Maria A., b. 1834; ra. Solomon Kecd. 
5674.+Jo.sepb H., b. 1836; m. Ellen Bell. 

5675. Aaron Wight, b. 1838. 

5676. Francis A., b. 1840. 
5677.-l-David, b. 1842; ni. Emma Watson. 
5578. Celia, b. 1844; m. 1865, Charles Gunn. 
5679.+DaDiol D., b. 1S47; ni. ISfary Eoach. 

2397. AARON WIGIIT^ SANFORD {same descent as 2395) 
b. Feb. 16, 1810; m. May 26, 1831, Hannah Atkins, b. Sept. 18, 
1812. 

Tlicy luK.l nine children. 

5680. Clarissas, b. Xov. 5, ]832; d. Dec. 20, 1839. 

5651. Geor-e W., b. IMay 10, 1S35; m. A)>r. 20, 1864, Frances E. Hask^41, 

b. Jan. 7, 1843. 

5652. + Aaron Wight, Jr., b. Apr. 16, ]8,"7; m. Emma Bryant. 

5683. Kotiert, b. Apr. 10, 1840; d. Mar. 26, 1843. 

5684. Joseph, b. Sept. 12, 1841 ; d. Oct. 20, 1842. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 507 



5685.+Frank L., b. Mar. 2, lS-14; m. Mary ?^Ioore. 

66SG. Anna M., b. Awg. 2, 1847. 

5687. Nellie, b. Aug. 14, 1849. 

56SS. Susie, b. July K), 1S52; d. July 14, 1S55. 

2388. l^ETSEY A.^ SANFOED {same descent as 2395) b. 
Oct. 20, 1812; d. Oct:. 30, 1870; m. June 21, 1834, Abiier L. Alden, 
b. Nov. 22, 1805. Resided in E. Bridgewater, .Alass. 

They liad four children. 

56S9. Eranees^ Aklen, b. July l.-^, 1S.SG; d. -luly 21, 1S3S. 

5690. Aunie M. Aldeu, b. Oct. 18, 1846; m Nov. 26, 1S6S, John N. Eoed, 

b. Sept. 8, 1S42. 

5691. Fannie Alden, b. Nov. 4, 1S4S. 

5692. Frederick Alden, b. July 29, 1851. 



b. Jidy 16, 1816 ; d. 1S75 ; m. George W. Safford. Resided in North 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

Ti'iey had \\\o children. 

5693. Claras Safford. 
5604. ^Villie Safford.' 

2400. CHARLOTTE G.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2395) 
b. Get. 10, 1822; m. June 17, 1838, Henry S. Dunbar, b. Apr. 0, 
18.19. Resided in South Abington, Mass. 

They liad seven children. 

5695. Henry Franks Dunbar, b. Dee. 10, 1840. 

5696. Herbert S. Dunbar, b. Sept. 2, 1842; d. :May 20, 1843. 
5097. M;;ry E. Dunbar, b. Dec. 12, bS-Jl. 

5G9.S. Yoliicy H. Dunbar, b. Jan. 30, 1S47. 

5699. Abbott L. Dunbar, b. July 3, 1850; d. Oct. C, 1852. 

5700. Charles A. Dunlvir, b. Jan. 9, 1853. 
5791. Sophia G. Duubar, b. Sept. 4, 1S55. 

2417. HEXRY' SANFORD {FAisha 1011, StcpJim 419, 
David 111, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. I^lar. 30, 1817, 
Woodbridge, Ct. ; d. Nov. 11, 1888; m. (!) ^lary Ann Mori-is, d. 
Oct. 2, 1811; ni. (2) lOliza Ann Sharp, dau. of Hiram Hotehkiss, 
d. Sept. n, ISfil. 

He liad two chiUlren by first and three l)y second marriage, 
all ])orn in Bethany, Ci. 

5702. Aviary Ann% b. Aug. 22, 1844. 

5703.4-Sarah Ann, b. Auo-. 22, 1844; in. Vinus Warner, 



TJIE THOMAS BANFOTllJ FAMILY 



5704. Jane Eebeeca, d. Sept. 25, 1S49. 

5705.4-Alviii Perkins, b. Aug. 4, 1S4C; m. Fraiu-t's Kceler. 

570G. Everett Elisha, b. Sept. 10, 185 i. 

2418. LEONAliD^ SPERKY {Sybil 1015, Stephen 419, 
David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Tlio-mas 1) b. Dec. 2, 1802, 
Woodbridge, Ct. ; d. ab. 1893; m. (]) Apr. 1823, SalJy Briggs, b. 
1802, Herkimer Co.. N. Y. ; d. Oct.. 18G0, AVanpim, Wis.; m. (2) 
Mrs. Eunice !\I. Crane, d. Sept. 1881. Mr. Sperry was a shoemaker. 
They removed to Waupun, AVis. in 1852. 

He had tlirce children by first i^iarriage all born in Russia, 
N. Y. 

5707. Henry Willis? Sperry, b. Nov. 3, 1S2G; m. Mar. 7, 1849, Charlotte 

G. Butler, b. July 3, 1829, lli. Vernon, N. Y. They removed to 
Mantorville, Minn., in 1882. 

5708. Esther Eliza Sperry, b. Apr. 6, 1829; ni. Xov. 6, 1850, Stephen Grannis, 

b. Nov. 2, 1824, Soathington, Ct. 

5709. ]\faTy Amelia Sperry, b. Dec. IS, 1831; m. (1) May 27, 1855, \Yilli.ira 

Clark \Vrod, b. May 1.5, 1S3G, Hiime, N. Y.; m. (2) Doc. 31, 186S, 
John Eeynolds Wakeling. 

2419. -MERIT^ SPERRY {seimc elescent as 2418) b. Apr. 5, 
1806, Tvoodbridge, C;t. ; d. Ang. 18, 18G3, Panama, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 
29, 1827, Benlah :\raria]i Bunce, b. Ang. 16, 1803, Anrelins, N. Y. 
Islv. Sjierry v.as a farmer. They settled on a farm in ITarmony, 
N. Y. in .1833, where the}^ lived until 1852, when they removed to 
the village of Panama, N. Y. 

They had three children. 

5710. Enoch'^ Sperry, b. j\Iar. 21, 1S29, EuKsia, N. Y.; m. May 4, 1853, Mary 

Elvira Hart, b. Sept. 18, 1830, Chautauqua, N. Y. Eesided m 
Slierman, N. Y. 

5711. Roland vSporry, b. Sept. 3, 1832, Russia, N. Y.; m. Oct. 7, 1857, Mary 

E'nora Ccwlcs, b. Apr. 30, 183(), Harmony, N. Y. They re.=;ided on 
a farm near the old homestead. 

5712. ^Valter Sperry, b. Dee. 5, 1835, Harmony, N. Y.; m. June 11, 1857, 

^tary Morse, b. Dec. 1, 1S38, Harmony, N. Y. He was a farmer at 
Sherman, N. Y'. 

2420. :\rARY' SPERRY {^amc descent as 24JS) b. Apr. 23, 
1808, AVoodbridge. Ct. ; m. Nov. 10, 1831, Silas AVoodin, b. Nov. 2, 
1803, Bethany, Ct.; d. Oct. 29, 1853, Bethany, Ct. He was a 
ped lar. 

They had three children, all born in Bethany, Ct. 



ErrTlITH GENEKA1T0X 509 



5713. Doimis Nchemiahs Wood in, b. Oct. 5, 1834; d. July IG, ISSi, Bethany, 

Ct.; m. Oct. 7, 18G0, Elizabeth Susunna Monsou, b. Oct. 7, lS-10, 
Haindcu, Ct. 

5714. Ch.'ules Edwin Woodin, b. Feb. 11, 1838; d. July 2, 1881, Westville, Ct.; 

lii. (1) Apr. 19, H-'SO, Clarissa Elvira Clinton, b. May 27, 18-10, 
Bethany, Ct. ; d. Se}>t. 29, 1863, Bethany, CH.; m. (2) Jan. 10, 1865, 
Maiy Hitchcock, b. Feb. 23, 1840, IsV.t Haven, Ct.; no children. 
C715. Gny Woodin, b. Oct. 9, 1S42; m. Sept.. 26, 1SG9, Frances J Wardwell, 
b. Oct. 31, 1848, Amenia, N. Y. Mr. Woodin -was a mechanic in 
umbrella v,orl<s in WatertoiAn, Ct. lie enlisted in Co. F, 6th Conn. 
A^ol. Inf., Sept. 3, 1861; promoted Orderly Sergeant, May 23, 1805. 

2421. BEEDE^ SPERRY {smne descent as 2118) b. Apr. 
9, ISIO, "Russia, .N. Y. ; d. Oct. 5, 1860, Panama, N. Y. ; m. (1) David 
W. Richardson, b. An-. 1S07 ; d. May 19, 183S, Panama, N. Y.; 
m. (2) :\Iar. 20, 1839, T3avid Moore, b. 1813, Marcclhis, N. Y. 

She liad one cliihl by first and four by second marriage, all 
born in Panama, X. Y. 

5716. Alberts Richardson, b. Aug. 23, 1S35; d. June 18, 18GS, St. Charles, 

Minn.; m. Louise Skinner. 

5717. Martlia Amelia Moore, b. July 20, 1840; m. May 9, 1867, l^noch Dwight 

Morgan, b. May 1, 1836, Panama, N. Y. They removed to San 
Francisco, Cal., in 1875. 

5718. Mary Cornelia Moore, b. Oct. 8, 1S42; ra. (1) Sept. 20, 1S72, Philander 

Cook, b. Jan. 22, 1835, Harmony, N. Y.; d. Oct. 30, 1875, Panama, 
N. Y.; m. (2) Dec. 20, 1876, Albert IMilton Tennant, b. Aug. 7, 1834, 
Kipley, X. Y. Mr. Cook served during the Civil Ywar. YTas taken 
prisoner and confined in Libby Prison. 

5719. Isadore Frances Moore, b. Apr. 15, 1845; d. Dec. 18, 1872. 

5720. Addie C. ]\roore, b. Juno 27, 1850; m. May 24, 1877, Mclvin M:ontgomery, 

b. Nov. 23, 1843, Silver Creek, N. Y. He is a druggist in Silver 
Cr -ek, N. Y. 

2422. TjEWIS' SPERRY {same descent as 3418) b. ]\rar. 20, 
1813, Rnssia, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 18, 1854; m. Sept. 5, 1S34, Emeline 
Sperry, b. Ang. 27, 1812, Orange, Ct. They removed to Sherman, 
N. Y. ' 

They liad four children, all born in Sherman, N. Y. 

5721. Charles Beach^ Sperry, b. Aug. 15, 1835; d. May 21, 1864, Sheridan, 

N. Y.; m. Dec. 25, 1S64, Polly Ann Hull. 

5722. Lyman E. Sperry, b. Apr. 28, 1837; d. Apr. 15, 1839, Sherman, N. Y. 

5723. Adaline E. Sperry, b. Jan. 15, 1839; m. June 7, 1882, Andrew J. Eams- 

dcll. Pesided in Brooklj'i\, N. Y. 

5724. Nehcmiah Sperry, b. Jan. 28, 1840; m. Feb. 21, 1867, Cornelia A. 

Paddock, b. 'May 2, 1845, Panama, N. Y. Mr. Sperry 6evv^d in the 
Civil \Var. Was commissioned First Lieut., June 11, 1863. In May, 
1878, be was appointed keeper at Sing Sing Prison. 



THE T]10MAS SA>,rORD FAMILY 



2423. HENKY WILLIS^ SPEKRY (same descent as 2i-is) 
b. Sept. 7, 1815, Russia, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 13, 18S5, Shermau, X. Y.'; 
m. Dec. 14, 1837, Harriet Lusk Y/iUiams, b. .Mar. 13, 1819, Farin- 
iiigion, Cv.; d. Jau. 3:1, 1S99, Sherman, N. Y. 

Tliey hnd S'.veu ciiiidron, nil liorn in SheDnan, N. Y. 

£725. David Williams? Sperry, b. Oct. 33, 183S; d. Mar. 28, 1889, Owatonna 
Minu.; m. Jan. G, 1863, IJo.xi. 0. Lazelle, at Stockton, N. Y. ' 

5726. Lyiiian Bceeher Sperry, b. Feb. 19, 1841; m. July 21, 1870, Eosalia 

Harris. Mr. Sperry is a lecturer cf repute. His -uork takes him 
from Boston to California. Res., Los Angeles, Cal. 

5727. William Henry Sperry, b. Mar. 22, 1844; d. Mar. 22, 1902, Sherman, 

N. Y.; m. Xov. 4, 1875, Ada Eli?;abeth Hall, of Sherman, 'x. Y. 
572S. Julia Ann Sperry, b. June 2, lS4fi; m. Oct. 22, 1868, Julius B. Hart 
d. Mar. 9, 190G, Oberlin, O. ' 

5729. Eugenia Maria Sperry, b, Apr. 1.^!, 18,50; d. Jan. 5, 1003, Shrrman, N 

Y.; m. Oct. 11, 1S70, William Henry Hart. 

5730. Adella Borir.tha Sj.erry, b. Dec. 2], 1852; d. June 14, 1909, Sherman, 

N. Y.; m. Sept. 13, 1894, Sidney Leigh Hart. 
6731. Harriet Sophia Sperry, b. July 4, 1855; m. Jan. ?3, 1S84, Clement John 
Losee, d. July IS, 1904, Corry, Pa. Kes., Sherman, X. Y. 

2425. GOODYEAR ASA^ SANFORD {Amos 1016. Sicphcn 
419, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Aim'. 28 1814 
Hamdeu, Ct.; m. (1) Feb. 1838, Elizabeth Hannah Bassett at Xew 
Haven, Ct. ; d. Oct. IS, 1857, Rockford, HI., ag. 4^ years; ra. (2) 
Nov., 1858, Harriet Austin of Skaneateles, N. Y., d. Apr. 27 J 879 
Rockford, 111., ag. 53 years; m. (3) May 11, ISSO, Sarah, ^dan. of 
David G. and :iraria D. (French) Goodall of Bath, N. H., b. July 
4, 1841, Lisbon, >:. H. She was a direct descendant of Sir Josepii 
Goodall, Baronet, of Suffollv, En^cr. 

He had one child by first marriage. 

5732. Oscar Amos% h. Kockford, 111. ; d. IxV.ckford, HI. 

2427. CYNTHIA^ SANFORD {same descent as 2425) b 
Sept. 20, 1822, Ilamden, Ct. ; d. I\lar. 25, 1882; m. May 24, 1S4S, 
Julius A., son of John Gorhani of Haniden, Ct., b. 1823; d.' aliout 
1896, Haniden, Ct. ^Ir. Gorhani M-as a fanner and resided in Hmn- 
deu, Ct. 

They had two cliildi-en, burn in Haniden, Ct. 

5733. Mary Augusta'' G'oiham, b. Sept. 7, 1855; d. Jan. 2.', 1-99; unm. 
5734.+Kobert Sanford Gnrham, b. Aug. 7, 1S59; m. Minnie Woodin. 



EIGHTH GENEEATION 511 

2429. SA]MUEL DENNIS'' SANFORD (same descent as 
242:-,) h. June 20, 1827, llamdeD, Ct. ; d. Mar. 1, 1906, Ilarnden, Ct. ; 
m. Apr, 2, 1851, ^Mary E., dan. of Josepli A. aud Nancy (Hale) 
Kogcrs, b. Apr. 10, 1834, Madisoi,, Ct. ; d. ^lar. 28, 1899, ag. 64 
yerus, 11 mos. 

They liad three cliildrcn, all born in Ilamden, Ct. 

5735. -f Emily Elizabeth^, b. Feb. 19, 1S58; d. July 2f), 189^); m. Frederick 

Coldin. 
5736. -f Amos Albert, b. Nov. 14, 1S55; ni. (1) Dora Benbain; ni. (2) Ornic 

Ailing. 
57o7.+Edward Dennii-, b. Oct. 2S, 1S5S; m. Sarah Broadbent. 

2430. CATHERINE OBEDIENCE' SANFOIID {same 
descent as 2425) b. Oct. 20, 1831, Hamden, Ct. ; d. Mar. 10, 1906; m. 
Oct. 10, 1856, Jeremiah Beecher Leek, b. May 9, 1830; d. May 3, 
1875. 

TJiey had nine children, all born in Hamden, Ct. 

57;;S. Nellie Atwatci^ Leek, b. Feb. 11, 1S57; uinn. Ees., New Haven, Ct. 

5739. Hattie Beecher Leek, b. Aug. 21, 1S5S; d. Mar. 27, 1901; m. Elbert W. 

Cartwriglil. 

5740. Catherine I^is?ell Leek, b. June 2, 1S60; m. Feb. 23, 1881, Chaxles 

E. Mansfield of New Haven, Ct. 
6741. -f- Mary Eliza Leek, b. Mar. IS, 1S62; ni. (1) Arthur Wilcox; ni. (2) 
Albell Wall. 

5742. Abbic Minerva Leek, b. ifar. 10, 1804; m. Frederick Beach. 

5743. Albert Sanford Leek, b. May 19, 18GG; m. Irene Howavth. Ees., 

Hamden, Ct. 

5744. William E. Leek, b. Feb. IS, 1SG9; d. Mar. 30, 1869. 

5745. Charles Mains Leek, b. Mar. 28, 1S70; ni. (1) May Hubbell; m. (2) 

Kate Martin. 

5746. Gertrude Forbes Leek, b. Apr. 25, 1S75; ni. Edward Kawlins. 

2431. JOIIV Y^HTTE^ SANFORD {same descent as 2125) 
b. Nov. 14, 1835, Hamden, Ct. ; ra. May 27, 1858, Phebe, dan. ol: 
Javan and Rhoda (Cooper) Voodiug-, b. Feb. 12, 1837, Hamden, 
Ct. Mv. Sanford is a farmer and ice dealer. Res. Sanford Sla., 
Ilamden, Ct. 

They had four children, all ])orn in Hamden, Ct. 

5747.+EIi2abeth Ai-u^ b. July 28, ISCO; ra. (1) Kussell Cooper; ni. (2) Ernest 

Brockett. 
574S.+Eobert Asa, b. Dec. 22, 1S64; m. Lillian Styveiis. 
5749.+.lo]m Webster, b. Dec. 26, ISCG; ui. Eva Lawrence. 
5750.-fClara Grace, b. iiar. G, 1876; m. Elbert Clinton. 



512 THE THOMAS SANFOTJD FAMILY 



2432. LUCRETIA^ SANFOl^I) (Lvcrctia 1017, Stephen 419, 
David 141, Samuel 35, Epliraim 6, Thomas 1) b. May 1, 1810; d. 
Sept. 27, 1873; m. ilay 13, 1829, Eos^veU Woodin. 

They had four cliiklren. 

5751. Lucietia Marthas Wooclln, b. Aug. 18, 1831; d. Ool. 17, 1852. 

5752. Emily Kvbecca Woodin, h. Aug. 19, 1S35; d. ^lay, 1836. 

5753. Mar} Amelia Woodin, b. July 31, 1839; v.\. Edward Coleman Pace. 

5754. Berintha Elizabelli Woodin, b. Mar. 12, ISl?; d. May IS, 1801; m. 

Ed^vard BoiLaiu. 

2433. BERI^ BEECHER {same descent as 2432) b. Mar. 
19, 1812; d. Nov. 2-1, 1895; ra. (1) Jan. 28, 1S38, Lucy Gray, d. July 
28^ 18G1: m. (2) Apr. 16, 1864, Eli.^^aboth Morehouse, d. July 30, 
1875; m. (3) Sept. 18, 1879, Fauny Swilzer, d. Dec. 17, 1888. 

He had five children by first marriage. 

5755. Edwin Beri« Beecher, b. Dec. 21, 1838; m. Carolijie Hc-ssin. 

5756. Helen E. Beecher, b. Apr. 15, 1842; m. Henry Palmerton. 

5757. Grace Lucrelia Beecher, b. June 2S, 1344; m. Edward J. Feathersioue. 

5758. Eugene S. Beecher, b. Jan. 18, 1846; m. Elizabeth Cain. 

5759. Justus G. Beecher, b. Msy 15, 1848. 

2434. AMELIA^ BEECHER {same descent as 2432) b. Aug. 
28, 1814; d. May. 15, 1842; m. Apr. 26, 1835, Clark AYalkius. 

They had four children. 

5760. Sarahs Watkins, b. Apr. 16, 1836. 

5761. Julius C. Wntkins, b. Jan. 31, 1838. 

5762. Mary L. Watlaus, b. Dee. 31, 1840. 

5763. Emma M. Watkins, b. May 10, 1842. 

2435 LllvIAN' BEECHER {same descent as 2432) b. ISIar. 
21, 1817; d. May 21, 1888; m. (1) Msr. 10, 1839, Jane Willoughby, 
d. June 8. 1868; m. (2) Nov. 18, 1873, Almeda Bloomer, d. Jan. 18, 
1901. 

He hnd three children by first marriage. 
5764.-f Sarali Autjustas Beecher, b. Apr. 4, 1S41; m. Brainard Ilov-'e. 
5765. Henry Iys^nan Beecher, b. Mar. 14, 1844; m. Emaline Hancock. 
57G6. Julius Sanford Beecher, b. Oct. 2, 1846; m. Elizabeth Ellen IS'orton. 

2436. I'lDAVIN' l^l^ECTTER {same descent as 2432) b. Sept. 
11. 1819; m. (1) Dec. 12, 1846, Susan W. Wood, d. Nov. 5. 1856; 
m. (2) Dec. 22. 18S7. Ophelia A. T^lcCall. Res. Fairfield, III. 

He had one <>hild by first marriage. 
5767. Charles AV."^ P.eeohor, b. Apr. 13, 1S4S; d. T^lar. 2, 1857. 



EIGHTH GENEKATION 513 



2438. MARY ELIZABETH^ BEECHER {same descent as 
2432) b. July 29, 1824; m. Apr. 19, 1S40, Josiali Carter Wilcox. 
Res. Pataskala, 0. 

They liad seven cliildren. 

67C8. Goorgo C.s Wilcox, b. Feb. 39, 1841. 

5769.+Emily A. Wilcox, b. Jan. 21, 1843; w. Gilbert George. 

5770. Roswell L. Wilcox, b. Oct. 27, 1S45; ni. Mary L. Wil.sou. 

5771. Susan Lucretia Wilcox, b. May 16, 1849; d. Sept. 0, 1S87; ra. Perry 

Cunjiinfjbp.ni. 

5772. Charles Edwin Wilcox, b. Sept. 5, 1854; m. Ella C. Harper. 

5773. Zina E. Wilcox, b. Oct. 12, 1861. 

5774. Edgar E. Wilcox, b. June 27, 1S6G; d. Feb. 1, 1867. 

2439. GEORGE TRmiAN' BEECHER {same descent as 
2432) ]). Apr. 13, 1827; m. Jan. 20, 1852, Roseann Rogers. Res. 
i\[arysville, 0. 

They had three children. 

5775. Alice Amelias Beeeher, b. Sep^. 14, 1854; m. Francis Marion Taylor. 
577C. Clara May Eeeclier, b. Dec. 18, 1859; m. George Sanford Bloomer. 
5777. Mary Li;cretia BcecLer, b. Au^,. 11, 18fi3. 

2441. WALTER BOOTH" BEECHER {same descent as 
2432) h. ^lay 23, 1832; m. Dec. 10, 1854, Orinda Jane Sherwood. 
Res. J.Iarysville, 0. 

They had six ciiildren. 

577S. Emma Florences Beeeher, b. Sept. 5, 1857; m. William A. Bell. 

5779. Lucretia Jane Beeeher, b. Mar. 28, 1860; m. Chester K. Seigman. 

5780. Zina Almou Beeeher, b. Ivlar. 29, 1864; m. Lucy Willoughby. 

5781. William Lyman Beeeher, b. .June 25, 1870; m. Helen Watson. 

5782. Henry Howard Beeeher, b. July 22, 3872; d. Nov. 9, ]876. 

5783. Bertha Amelia Beeeher, b. Aug. 13, 1876; d. Apr. 6, 1877. 

2442. i\IARY' SANFORD {Oliver WIS, Glivcr 420, David 
141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Nov. 4, 1791, Poultney, 
Vt.; d. Sept. 30, 1845; m. 1811, Amos Pierce, b. July 31, 1784, Yt. ; 
d. July 20, 1872. 

Tliey had five children, all born in Poultney, Vt. 

5784. Abirons Pierce, d. ag. seven years. 

57S5.+Clemcut Pierce, b. Sept. 30, 1813; d. Dec. 25, 1890; m. Nancy Nott. 
5780.+William Henry Pierce, b. Jan. 23, 1816; d. Feb. 25, 1880; m. (1) 

Angeline Waldron ; m. (2) Harriet Woods. 
5787. Marietta Pierce, b. 1817; d. 1835; m. Apr., 1834, Henry Kclsoy. 
5788.+Stephen Pierce, b. Sept. 20, LS20; d. Poscville, Til.; m. (1) Elizabeth 

llanen; ni. (2) Lottie Johnson. 
5789.+Phebe Jane Pierce, b. Mar. 7, 1823; d. Jan. 26. 1888; m. Charles Cliapin. 
5790. Eliza B. Pierce, b. Mar. 10, 1825; d. Dec. 19, 1S45. 

(33) 



514 THE THOMAS S.ANFOKD FA^.TTLY 

2444. WILTJATsP SANFORD {same descent as 2-142) b. 
Dec. 20, 1794, Toultney, Vt. ; d. Nov. 24, 1870, Sparta, 0.; m. (1) 
Nov. 23, 1819, Malvina Ilubbell, d. June 29, 3823; m. (2) May G, 
1828, Lydia Lowe, d. Sept. 14, 1862. Mr. Sanford weut to Ohio 
iu 1817. lie was a man of considerable infliioiee. Was c-elcb)';!ted 
for his great physical strength. 

He had t\yo children 1)y first and four l)y second marriage 

f>791. Olivers, b. Mar. 23, 1S20. 

5792. ' J^talviua, b. 1S23; m. Joseph Conv.ay of Sparta, O. 

5793.-1- William Pavne, b. Sept.- 2, 1S30; m. E. J. Espy. 

5794.-H Allen, b. Dec. 30, 1S33; d. Awg. 23, 1872; m. Catherine llartman. 

5795. Son. 

579G. Daughter, d. 1S59. 

24-^5. SALMON' SANFORD {same drscmt as 2442) b. 
Dec. 3, 1796, Poultney, Vt. ; d. Nov. 29, 3 838, Noble County, Iiui; 
m. 1819, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cease) Beeelier, b. 178G. Mr. Sanford 
went to Montgomery Co., Ohio, v^-hen a young num. married and 
lived there near Dayton, imtil 1S3G, v.-hen be removed to Noble Co., 
Ind., where he died. 

They bad three ehildren. 

5797.H-David«, b. Dec. 25, 1820; m. Mrs. Mehitablc O'Neal. 
5798.+Wi]liam Henry, b. Feb. 7, 1823; d. Oct. 16, 1852, in Gal. 
5799.+ Washington LaFayette, b. July 1, 1825; ni. (1) Mts. Adelia (Scarlet) 
Cunr-infham; m. (2) Nancy Taylor. 

244G. SriFLDON' SANFORD {same descent as 2442) h. 
Ang. 18, 1798, Ponltney, Vt. ; d. Jan. 1870: m. 1820, Phoebe N. 
Nash. ]\Ir. Sanford mo\ed to Ohio about 18"..S. He was a farmer 
and also ran a saw mill. In the days of training he was Captain of 
fi company of ^Militia for many years. He removed to Oakville, 
Mich., about 3 8:)8. 

They had six children. 

5S00.+]>nry A.% b. :May 9, 1S21 ; rn. Joshua Eigby. 

5801. Eliza. 

5802. Fannie. 

5S03. jSiariette, ni. V,\athing. Kes., Oakville, Mich. 

5804. Loviua. 

5805. Eeubcn. KVs., Oakville, Mich. 

2447. HARVEY" SANFORD {same descent as 2442) b. 
(Nov. 20, 1800, Poultney, Vt.; d. Apr. 12, 18G2, Kendall, N. Y. ; ni. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



Lavinia, dan. of Ezra Smith, b. Oct. 1800. Mr. Saiiford lived on 
the old homestead at Poultiiey for many years and then removed 
to the western part of New York State. 
Tlic\ had foui' children. 

5SOt5. Jane"^, m. Williaia Joliusou of Kendall, N. Y. No children. 
5S07.-f-Caroliiu-', d. in Fairliaven, Vt. ; m. lA'iuan Barber. 
5S0S.+Evelyn, b. Aug. 21, 1S33; d. in Hydeville, Vt. ; m. .Sceley Ward. 
5S09. Sarah. 

2448. HIRAM" SANFOKD {same descent as 2442) b. Apr. 
21, 1802, Poultney, Yt. ; d. Oct. 18, 1884, Wasliington Grove, 111.; 
m. Mar. 21, 1822, Phoebe, dan. of Newton and Lydia (Adams) 
Sanford, b. Apr. 5, 1802 ; d. Oct. 29, 1883 ; They lived first near 
Poidiney, Vt., bnt removed to Ohio in 1824 and settled in Bloomfield 
Twp., Knox Co., abont three miles west of Sjiarta. Ilere they 
cleared a farm in the forest and became Avell to do in the commu- 
nity. Abont 1847, tliey moved to Taylor Twp., Ogle Co., 111., and 
later to a farm frn thcr east and soutb of AVashington Gi'ove where 
the remainder of their lives was spent. 

They had eight children all except Faxton horn in Sparta, 0. 

5S10.+Faxtons, b. ^.tar. 18, 1S23; d. Nov. 14, 1S91; m. Marion Ely. 
5S11. + Phebe iSyrena, b. Apr. 9, 1825; d. June 28, 1850; m. .Joel Frost. 
5812.+Newton Adams, b. Feb. 22, 1827; d. Jan. 28, 1889; m. (1) Mary 

Chambers; m. (2) Sarah Spivey; m. (3) Mrs. Uesper Counts. 
5S13. Lydia Catharine, b. .Ume 29, 1829; d. Aug. 8, 1831. 
5814. + Philemon, b. May 8, 1831; d. Oct. 5, 1898; m. Eliza Frost. 
5S15. Sahuon, b. Nov. 21, 1834; d. June 1, 3839. 
5S1G.+Altha Ann, b. ]May 11, 1S3K; m. Henry Cole. 
581?.-!- Lucy Asenalh, b. Oct. 25, 1841; ra. Clark Wilson. 

2450. PEV. ALBA' SANFORD (same descent os 2442) b. 
Sept. 22, ISOG, Poultney, Vt. ; d. Aug. 28, 1871, Greenbusli, III; 
m. Nov. 20, 1828, Minerva, dau. of Alen and P]sther (Doud) Rust, 
b. Oct. 15, 1807, AVells, Vt. ; d. Apr. 28, 1893, ^lonmouth. 111. ^\y. 
Sanford was a teacber and a Baptist minister. 

They had four cliihlren. 

5SlS. + Eyron Ezra^ 1». June 29, 1831; d. Oct. 4, 1904; ni. Esther Parshall. 

5S19. + Ellen Eliza, b. Aug. 2(5, 1833; d. Jan., 1897; ni. Henry Peck. 

5820. Caroline Cethelia, b. Mar. 19, .1839, Cato, N. Y. ; ni. Alniiron G. Pierce. 

{see 107:35). liVs., Monmouth, 111. 
5821.^-Judson N., b. Sej.t. 8, 1K4S; ni. Jane Campb<ll. 



516 THE THOMAS SANI'ORD FAMILY 



2451. ELIZA (LTZANY)' SANFORD {same descent as 
2442) 1). Jan. 22, 1S09, Poultncy, Vt. ; d. Dec. 14, 1896, Sparta, 0.; 
m. Dec. 13, 1828, Alba Slicldou, b. Feb. 1, 1802, Poiiltney, YX.; d. 
May 10, 1S87, Sparta, 0. 

Tbey had six childre]! all born in Sparta, 0. 
oS22. + JiKlson A.-^ Sheldon, b. Dec. 21, 1S38; d. Feb. 9, 1897; ni. Rosilla 
liinscott. 

5823. Mary Lucrctla Sheldon, b. Jan. 4, 1841; d. A]>r. 13, 1864, Spart^ O. 

5824. Elnathau Eayuiond Sheldon, b. Mar. 14, 1S43; d. Nov. 30, 1862. AVas 

in Co. E, 121st E«g. 

5825. Caroliue Minerva Sheldon, b. Oct. 4, 1845; d. Mar. 5. 1854, Sparta, O. 

5826. Ellen Eliza Sheldon, b. Apr. 11, 1S48; d. Nov. 30, ISGl, Sparta. 0. 
5S27. Sophia Meb-ina Slieldon, b. Nov. 4, 1851; d. Jan, 19, 1870, Sparta, O. 

2455. PEIiEZ STURTEVANT^ SANFORD {David 4019, 
Oliver 420, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraini 6, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 
6, 179]. Castleton, Vt. ; d. Apr. 24, 1826; m. Avg. 31, 1817, Electa 
Leonard, b. Jan. 17, 179G. Mr. Sanford served in llie AVar of 1812. 
:\Irs. Sanford marri-.d ]%beuezer Porter for her second husband. 

They had fonr chiklrcu. 
5S28.+rannie Eveline?, b. Nov. 16, 1818; ni. (1) Charles Atwood; ri. (2) 

Isaac Maltby. 
5S29. + Henry Leonard, b. Dec. 10, 1820; d. ^lar. 15, 1855; lu. Mary Sanchch. 
5830. + Ann Caroliue, b. Feb. 22, 182.".; d. Apr. 4, 1842; m. John Brown. 
5S31.-1- Hannah Eliza, b. Feb. 20, 1826; m. Anson Hemenway. 

2456. LOVTSA' SANFORD (same elesceni as 2455) b. :>Iar. 
18, 3 793, Castleton. Vt. ; d. June 27. 1846. Castleton, Yt. ; m. (1) 
Jan. v:,^,!^, Eleazer Sherman, b. Feb. 21, 1791, Salisbury. Ct. ; 
d. ]822, Fayette. N. Y. ; ni. (2) Andrus. 

She had three cliildren by her first niarringe. 
5832.^-Ja^.Ks Jackson'^ Sherman, b. ^lay 13, 1816; d. Oct. 12, 1867; lu. Clarissa 

Perry. 
5S33. D. Barmun Sherninn, killed by the car.s in TJutland, Vt.; in. (2) Frances 

E. Austin. 
5834.+ narriei Lucia Sherman, b. Sept. 26, 1821; d. Apr. 25, 1S54; in. Larloi 

Shorrnau. 

2458. RTTOD.V" SANFORD {same eleseent as 2455) b. Oct. 
3, 1798. Castleton. Vt. : d. July 13, 1817; m. Nov. 28, 1816, Harvt-y, 
son of Calvin and Ruth Tattle. 

They liad ow .'hild. 
5835. + Albert Sunfru.L Tuttle, b. Jun. 21, 1M7; d. D.c. IG, 1855; m. Charlotte 
M(ni1toa. 



ETGHTn GENERATION 517 

24G0. ITAKKTET E.' SANFORD (same descent as 2i5.i) b. 
Jan. 27, ]S0o, Caslletoii, Vt.; d. iu 1863, Lagrange, Ark.; m. Dr. 
Jesse J'^verett. 

They had two children. 

5S3n. E^loss Everett. 

5837. Lucy Helen Everett, m. Adamr.. Ees., Mfmpbis, Teun. 

2461. BARNmr DAVJD^ SANFORD (same descend as 2455) 
b. June 27, 180.5, Caslleton, Yt. ; d. Oct. 1, 1870, Newark, 0. ; m. Feb. 
10, 1835, Julia R. Audrus, b. Dec. 4, 1812, Danby, Vt.; d. Mar. 19, 
1878, Pawlet, Yt. 
* They had five children, all except Clara born in Castletou, Yt. 

5S3S. Ck.ra B.^ b. Nov. 23, 1835, Pallet, Vt. 

5839. Lucy A., b. June 12, 1S38. 

58-10. "David, b. Aug. 24, 1S41. 

5S41. Jolm, b. July 25, 1S43. 

5842. Julia Ella, b. July G, 1845; d. Sept. 9, 1871, Ne\vavl^, O. 

2464. CHARLES' SANFORD {same descent as 2455) b. 
Aug. 2, 1821, Caslleton, Yt. ; m. Se})t. 25, 1812, Olive Barney, b. 
May 24, 1824. 

They had two children. 

5843. Cullon?, b. Sept. 24, 1S4G; d. Feb. 24, 1860, Mt. Clemens, Mich. 
5S44. Helen, b. Nov. IG, 1801, Detroit, Alieh. 

2465. CPTLOE' SANFORD (Newton 1020, OUucr 420, David 
141, Samuel 35, Fphraim G, Thomas 1) b. Mar. 25, 1794, Hampton, 
N. Y. ; d. Apr. 13, 1835, AYarsaw, N. Y. ; ni. June 2, 1814, Salmon 
Ylieat, b. Oct. 16, 1793, Hampton, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 13, 1850. Mr. 
Ylteat was a ]\lethodist minister. 

They had nine children. 

5845. Samuel S." Wheat, b. Aug-. 9, 1S15. Resided in Balavia, N. Y. 

5S46.+Levi L. \Vbeat, b. Dec. IS, 1817; m. Livonia Giles. 

5847.-fLydia Louipa WlK-at, b. Jan. 7, 1820; m. (1) Danirl ^faxon ; m. (2) 

Allen Ensworth; m. (3) Friend ilaxon. 
5848. Clarinda Wheat, b. Mar. 25, 1824; m. James Knowlton. 
5S49.+Jane A. Wheat, b. Feb. 12, lS2fi; d. June 28, 1877; m. John Thomson. 
5S50.-f Eliza Esther Wheat, b. Feb. 1, 1S2S; ni. Thomas Stacy. 

5851. James Ti. Wheat, b. J^lar. 2S, 1830. 

5852. Lusena Wheat, b. Mar. 17, 1833; m. Feb. 7, 1853, Allen Thoniiison. 

Kesided in C.istile, N. Y. 

5853. Chloe C. Wheat, b. Apr. 13, 1835; m. David Brooks. 



518 THE THOMAS SANFOKD TAMILY 



24G6. EUNIC}-:' SANFORD {<;amc descent as 2465) b. Jime 
25, 1796; d. Nov. 6, 1841, Bloomfield, 0.; in. Oct. 6, 1817, Erastus 
Ilitelicock, b. July 23, 1793; d. Feb. 6, 1853, 0<rle Co., III. They 
removed to Bloomfield, 0., AuK^ 20, 1828. ' 

They had eig-ht ehildreii. 

5S54. Infant^ b. Feb. 10, 1819; d. Oct. 13, 1819. 

5855.-f Harvey Hitclieock, b. July 9, 1820; d. 1857; ni. Harriot Ca3c. 

5856. John P. Hitchcock, b. Oct. 17, 1S23. He %vas a blacksmith. 

5857. Carlos S. Hitchcock, b. Apr. 17, 1826; ni. 1850, Lucy Kico of IJoscoe, 111. 
5S5S.+Freeii!au Hitchcock, b. June 21, 1828; m. Mary Brewer. 

5S59. + Nathaii W. Hitchcock, b. Mar. 7, 1831; m. (1) Sarah Taylor; m. (2) 
Mary "SVorthiugton. 

5860. Cynthia" A. Hitchcock, b. Oct. 20, 1833; irs. — Earle. 

5861. Lydia H. Hitchcock, b. July 22, 1837. 

2467. SYRENA" SANFORD {sanae descent as 3465) b. 
Dec. 15, 1799; d. Apr. 1829; m. Leonard Field. i\Ir. Field ^Yas a 
merchant in P]ssex Co., N. Y. 

They h^d one diild. 

5S62. Harlows Field. 

2469. LYDJA^ SANFORD {same descent as 2465) b. Jan. 
30, 1804, Hampton, X. Y. ; d. :\rar. 24, 1868, AYest Haven. Vt. : 
ra. (1) 1826. Hiram Wood, b. Mar. 25, 1800, Poultney, Vt. ; d. May 
24. 1842, CastletOR, Vt.: m. (2) Sept. 1, 1847, Scth Hunt, b. 1800, 
Conway, :\lass. ; d. Apr. 18, 1876, West Haven, Yt. 

She had five children h\ first marriage, all born in Poultney, 
Vt. 

5863. Julia Auus Wood, b. Feb. 10, 1827; d. Apr. 20, 1831. 

5864. Pulaski \\oor\, b. Dec. 30, 1S30; d. Apr. 23, 1831. 
5S65. + Helen Wood, b. Mar. 17, 1833; ni. John Eastwood. 

5866. Caroline AYood, b. Apr. 7, 1835; d. Mar. 16, 1842. 

5867. Emma Wood, b. V.ny 4, 1838; d. Sept. 6, 1840. 

2470. ASENATir SANFOEiD {same descent as 2i6->) b. 
Jnly 39, 1806, Hampton, N. Y. ; d. Ja)i. 15, 1879, Hardys, X. Y. : 
m. Apr. 3, 1834, Chester Perkins, b. Jan. 26, 1S07; d. De^i. 7, 1875. 

They had four children. 

5868. Elani^ Perkins, b. Ai)r. 13, 1835; d. Aj.r. 20, ]889, IvaFayette, Ind.; in. 

Maria Divine. No cliildreii. After iii.s iiianini^e he renins ed tn 
I;aFayette, Ind., where he practiced medicine until his death. V>'as 
especially sueces-ful in the treatmcut of cancers. 



EIGHTH GENERATION (iH) 



5869.+Newton Sanford Perlcms, b. Jan. 21, 1837; m. (1) Sarah Benson; m. 

(2) Ahneda Gay. 
5S70.+Lydi3 Alccniiiia Perkins, b. Sept. IS, 18.^0; d. Sept. 13, 1907; m. Lyman 

Johnson. 
5871.-^Ii'onian/A) Perkins, b. Sept. 2, 18-14; m. Julina Jcnison. 

2473. NE^VTON i^DAMS^- SANFORD {same descent as 
2465) b. Nov. 4, ISU; d. Aug. 17, 1859; m. Mny, 1835, Mary D. 
Pardee, d. Sept. 14. 1860. 

They had two c])ildren. 

5872. Lydia A.^. b. Apr. 18, 1836; m. July 20, 1853, Isaac Wilson. 
5S73. Isaac X., b. Aug. 29, 1S40; d. Sept. 17, 1S62, in the army. 

2478. ELIZA BUCKLIN" SANFOI?D {Ilcuhcn 1024, Oliver 
420, David 141, Samuel 35, Eplvraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 18, 1808, 
AVilmJng-ton, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 28, 1S75, Wilmington, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 
26, 1827^, Ames Avery, b. May 29, 1798, Enfield, Ct. ; d. Oct. S, 1892, 
WilmiDgton, N. Y. 

They liad eleven children, all born iu Wilmington, N. Y. 

5874. ^laria EUzabeths Avery, b. Nov. 9, 182S; d. Jan. 9, 1829. 

5875. Reuben J. Avery, b. Dec. 15, 1829; d. Fob. 12, 1830. 

5S7C. + Sanlord Avery, b. Apr. 20, 1331; d. Jan. 4, 1899; m. (1) Kate Cham- 
berlain; m. (2) Elizalteth ITatch. 

5877.+Ilenry Clay Avery, b. Dec. 27, 1833; d. Wadbams, N. Y.; m. Imogene 
Neuell." 

5878. Permelia F. Avery, b. IMay 19, 1836; d. June 19, 1836. 

5879. + Fletcher J. Avery, b. Oct. 24, 1837; d. Oct. 23, 1907; m. (1) Susan 

Goucher; ni. (2) Cordelia Coo]:er. 
5SS0. + Ann E. Avery, b. Sc])t. 2, 1S39; ni. Samuel Jkillen. 
5S81. + Erv,in W. Avery, b. Pec. 15, 1842; m. (1) IsUry Owens; m. (2) 

Elizabeth Rico; m. (3) Mary Mather. 
5882.+Wilber B. Avery, b. Apr. 2, 1844; ra. Nellie (Wetmore) V^''alton. 
5883. Polly Ann Avery, b. Aug. 23, 1846; m. Albert Wilkins. No cliildren. 

Res., Wilmington, N. Y. 
5SS4.-i-Amauda Church Avery, b. Feb. 7, 1849; m. Jcdothcn BuUen. . 

2479. ANN LEWIS' SANFOKD {same descent as 247S) b. 
July 22, 1810. AVilmington, N. Y. ; d. in Columbns, 0.; m. Sept. 17, 
1828, John F. P>artlett of Colnmbns, 0., d. ^lar. 15, 1876. 

They had nine children, the first four all born in Wilmington, 
N. Y., and the last five in Wiuchester, 0. 

588.1. Marys Partlett. 
5886. Eliza Bartlett. 
5SS7. Reuben S. Bartlett, 



THE TITOMAS SANFOTfD FAMILY 



5558. Ann Maria Bartlelt. 

5559. Augut;ta BarUeil. 
5S90. John Bartlett. 

5891. Martha McCnl>e Bartlett. 

6S92. Frank Barllett. 

5893. Emma Bartlett, m. — Tnrncy. 

2480. JANE K.^ SAXFORD {same descent as 2478) b. Sept. 
28, 1812, Wilmington, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 22, 1870, Keeseville, N. Y. ; m. 
Jmie 12, 1833, Harvey Carter, h. Oct. 3, 1803, Jackson, N. Y. ; d. 
Feb. 19, 1885, Keeseville, N. Y. 

They bad seven children. 

5S9-i. Mary Jaiie^ Garter, b. Mar. 22, ISSS, Wihningtnn, X. Y.; d. Feb. 25, 

1851, Keeseville, N. Y. 
5895. James Harvey Carter, d. in Wilniiiigtou, N. Y., ag. two years. 
5S9G. Infant, d. in Wilmington, N. Y. 
5S97. Frances Helen Carter, b. Oct. 17, 1840, Wilmingtou, N. Y^ ; m. Apr. 29, 

1896, William P. EuHrod. No chUdrcn. Ees., Platt.^burg, N. Y. 
589S. Charles Henry Carter, b. Jnly 11, 1S47, Keeseville, N. Y.; d. July 11, 

1851, Keeseville, N. Y. 

5899. George Harvey Carter, b. Oct. 1, 1850, Keeseville, N. Y".; d. Sept. 25, 

1851, Keeseville, N. Y. 

5900. Willie Henry Carter, b. Aug. 28, 1853, Keeseville, N. Y^; d. Feb. £2, 

1862. 

2481. PEKLEY H.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2478) b. 
Nov. 11, 1814^ ■Wilmington, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 7, 1893, Plattsbnrg, 
N. Y.; m. July 9, 1834, Levis AY. Pierce, b. 1810; d. Jan. 2-1, 1882. 

They had five children. 

5901. Edgar Woodards Pierce, b. Nov. 6, 1S36, Jar, X. Y. ; m. Nov. 14, 18CS, 

Frances A. Thor]>e, d. Feb. 19, 1875. Eto., Llorrisouville, N. Y. 

5902. Anna IVIaria Pierce, b. July 6, 1840, New Sweden, N. Y. ; ni. Sept. 14, 

1870, E. Wilkey Hindea. No children. Eos., Keeseville, N. Y. 

5903. Mary Helen Pierce, b. Jan. 12, 1844, New Sweden, N. Y.; unm. Ees., 

Mooers, N. Y. 
t,904. Frederick Earl Pierce, b. Jan. 7, 1851, New Sweden, N. Y. : m. and has 

three children. Ees., Morrisonville, N. Y. 
.Vj05. Mattio Eliza Pierce, b. Oct. 9, 1853, Plattsburg, N. Y.; m. Sept. 24, 

1879, Enunett M. Fitch. No cliildren. Ees., Mooers, N. Y. 

2482. PHEBE B." SANFORD {same descent as 2478) b. 
Feb. 3, 1817, Wilmington, N. Y. ; d. Ang. 11, 1889, Plattsburg, 
N. Y.; m. Oct. 11, 1838, Elisha A. Adams, b. Aug. 18, 1814, Bruns- 
wick, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 7, 190G, Plattsburg, N. Y. 

They liad five children, all born in Wilmington, N. Y. 



El.GTlTH GENERATION 



5900. Charles Hcnrys Adams, 1>. Aug. 25, ]83P; d. i\iay 7, 1S40, WiliningtoTi, 

N. Y. 
ffiOr. + IIeury .lacob Adams, h. Apr. 5, JSll; d. .Inly 2(1, 1007; in. Florence 

^rarshnll. 
Cr-OS. + Miiry Elizabeth Adani=;, ],. Mar. 7, 1S15; m. Oliver A1h-1. 
590?). Ar.uie Josephine Adan>p, b. June 27, IS 85; unni. Res., Platlsbnvg, N. Y. 
5f»10. + Phebe Hester Adams, b. Dee. 21, 1847; m. Myron Eaker. 

2484. LAUKA^ SANFORD {WiViam 1026, Oliver 420, David 
141, Sojuitd 35, Epliraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 2G, 1813, PouUucy, 
Vt.; d. :\rar. 3, 1904, Vinton, la.; m. Dec. 31, 1832, Jolin A., sou 
of Samuel ^Yhitlock, b. Nov. 3, 1807, Castlcton, Vt. ; d. Jan. 28, 
1888, Vinton, la. Tliey lived In Castleton until 1853, vdien they 
reuioved to Vinton, la. 

They had six children, all born in Castleton, Vt. 

5911. William Kelson." Whitlod;, b. Nov. 21, 1S33; m. July 9, 1SG5, Elizabeth 

M. Lawrence, v.-idov: of John, b. May 21, 18.39. No children. Res., 
Beatrice, Neb. 

5912. Mary Delia Whitloek, b. .Tune 5, 1830; d. Mar. 24, 1837, Castleton, Vt. 
5913. -f Albert Sanfurd WLiUock, b. Aug. 31, 1839; d. June 20, 1901; ra. Eva 

Jen-ell. 
5914. -f Emma Mary Whitlock, b. May 2G, 1841; d. June 27, ISSS; m. Clark 

Griffin. 
5915. + Carrie Delia Whitlock, b. May 26, 1841; d. Mar. 28, 1875; m. James 

Butler. 
5916.+B>;-Psie Ann Whitlock, b. Mar. 19, 1843; m. George Knox. 

2485. .AIAKY" SANFOHD {same descent as 24S4) b. Oct. 
18, .1814, Castleton, Vt. ; d. ]\Iar. 3, 1894, Eufaula, Ala.; m. Feb. 
12, 1834, Jolm Gilbert, son of John Whitlock, b. July 3, 1811, 
Castleton, Vt. ; d. ^lar. 31, 1869, Castleton, Vt. 

They had five children. 

5917.+John Eenrys Whitlock, b. May 17, 1837; d. INfny 3, 1900; m. Clara Grif- 

feth. 
5918. Alfred Carlos Whitlock, b. Sept.l, 1841, Crown Point, N. Y.; d. Sept. 

12, 1S«1, Hydeville, Yt. Unm. 
5919.+El]en Sanford Whitlock, b. Nov. 24, 1846; d. Feb. 2G, 1901; m. Edward 

Hughes. 

5920. Miriam Elizabeth Whitlo'k, b. Apr. 27, 1852, Castleton, Vt.; d. Feb. 5, 

1890, X. Y. C. Uum. 

5921. George William Wliitlock, b. Oct. 12, 1854, Ifydevillc, Vt.; uum. Res. 

Eufaula, Ala. 

248G. DK. J AMIES' SAXFOPiD {same descent as 24S4) h. 
Oct. 19, 1816, Castleton, Vt. ; d. Jan. 3, 1903; m. (1) July 10, 1844, 
]\Iiriam M., dau. of James Forbes, b. Apr. 15, 1826; d. Aug. 25, 



522 THE THOilAS SANFORD FAMILY 

1851; m. (2) Nov. 16, 1865, Eltie, dau. of Jolm Mace of Ausable, 
N. Y., b. Mar. 13, 1836. Dr. Sanford graduated from Castlolon 
Medical College in 1840. Practiced in West Haven, Vt., until 1844, 
"vvlien he removed to Fair Haven, Vt. 

He had t^TO children by first R7id tliree by second marriage. 

5922. Ellen MiriarH", b. Mar. ?9, 1816; d. Apr. 21, 1859. 

5923. William James, b. July 28, 1851; d. Aug. 25, 1S51. 

5924. Ettie Mace, h. Jan. 21, 1870; d. same day. 

5925. GeoToe W., b. Jan. 3, 1874. 

5926. Minnie E., b. Aug. 5, 1S76; res. Castleton, Yt. 

2487. FRANKLIN^ SANFORD {same descent as 2484) b 
Dec. 18, 1818, Castleton, Vt.; d. Apr. 2, 1891; m. Oct. 6, 1841, 
Elizabeth, dan. of. Gen. Martin Roberts of Manchester, Vt. ; b. Feb. 
19, 1822. Aftei- spending about twenty years in New York and 
California, Mr. Sanford returned to Castleton, Vt., and bought a 
large hotel. 

They had two children. 

5927. Mary Delia?, b. Jan. 1, 1843; d. Apr. 2, 1894; m. Jan. 6, 1SG3, James 

McMullin, .Jr., b. March 3, 1S4G; no children. 
592S. + Carrie Adel, b. .Vug. 24, 1857; d. Nov. 27, 1899; m. Adrian Stiles. 

2488. CARLOS' SANFORD (same descent as 2484) b. 
June 27, 1820, Castleton, Vt. ; d. Dec. 17, 1895, Denver, Colo.; 
ni. (1) Mar. H, 1857, Ellen, dan. of M. Gilroy of Castleton, Vt., 
b. Mar. 12, 1839; d. Mar. 11, 1861, Castleton, Vt. : m. (2) ^lar. 6, 
1865, Sarah Rose, dau. of Joseph Cornish of Poultney, Vt., b. ^lar. 
6, 184], West Rutland, Vt. ; d. May 11, 1871, Castleton, Vt. 

He had two children by each marriage, all born in Castleton, 
Vt. 

5929.+.\lbert% b. Oct. 15, 1857; m. Louiso Jlacker. 

5930. 0!:na, b. Feb. 6, 1860; d. Nov. 1S60, Castleton, Yt. 

5931. William, b. Aug. 9, 1867; m. Nov. 2, 1893, Liiella Kimball; d. l'^9S. 

They had daughter born Nov. 1S94, Denver, Colo.; res. Los .An- 
geles, Cal. 
5932.-f-Lila, b. July 6, 1869; m. Herbert Perkins. 

2490. PllEBE" SANFORD {same descent as 24S4) b. June 
21, 1824, Caslh'lon. Vt. ; d. 1892; m. Feb. 26, 1845, James C, son 
of H. P. Hogle of Bulfalo, N. Y., b. Jan. 28, 1818. :\Ir. Hogle was 
an artist in Albany, N. Y. 

They had one child. 
5933. OctHvii.-^ Houle. b. S,-pt. 30, 1S4G; d. Nov. 1S91 ; m. June 4, 1868, George 
Y^ Zelia of Albany, N. ^■. No children. 



EIGHTH GENEBATTON 523 

^;491. CLARISSA^ SANFORD {same, chscerd as 2-184) b. 
Apr. 7, 1828, Castletou, Vt. ; d. Aug. 27, 1886; m. Nov. 7, 1848, 
LaFayette Y/., son of Washington Preston of Concord, N. II., b. 
Sept. 3, 1822 ; d. Feb. 4, 1884. A jeweler. 

They liad six children. 
5ft34.+Koso Ella'' Preston, b. Nov. 2, 3 849; d. June 2.3, 18S5; ra. Ea-ssell ITyde. 
5935.+Willir)m Sanford Preston, b. Dec. 19, 1S51; m. Eva Burch. 
5936.-fGeorge Lafayette Preston, b. Nov. 24, 1S53,- d. Oct. 14, 1885; m. Carrie 
Canton. 

5937. Charles A. Preston, b. Mar. 28, ISoG; d. Ayr. 2, 1857. 

5938. Ilatde E. I'reston, b. Mar. 28, ISGl ; d. Au<r. G, 1864. 
5939. ^- Frank James Preston, b. Dec. 15, 1SG7; ni. Linnie itace. 

2495. ADALIXE^ TlARTSWORTn {Elizahcih 1027, Oliver 
420, David 141, Sanvirl 3r>, Ephraim 6, TJwwas 1) b. Nov. 20, 1808, 
Sudbury, Vt. ; m. Feb., 1831, Lyraan Stewart. 

They had two eliiklrcu. 
5040.-}-P:ii-/,a A.s Stewart, h. Oct. 21, 1831; m. Joseph Scott. 

5941. Cavollnc E. Stev-arl, b. July 6, 1835, P.atavia, N. Y. 

2497. WILLIAM' ANGEVIXE, JR. {Catharine 1028, Oliver 
420, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) d. Dec. 11, 1855; 
m. . 

They had two children. 

5942. Delia'' Angevine, d. Dec. 17, 1855. 

5943. Frank Angevine. 

2500. MARIA ABIGAIL" KENDRICK {Ahigail 1029, Oliver 
420, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim G, Thomas 1) b. July 25, 1816, 
Hanover, N. II.; m. June 2, 1842, James, s «n of Joseph and Mary 
(Fisk) Holtoii. b. Nov. 20, 1812. Lancaster, N. II. 

They had four cliildrou. 

5944. Eduard Kendriek? Tlnlton, b. Dec. 17, 1843; m. Oct. IG, 18GG, Cara, 

dau. of E. B. and Lucinda (Bean) Birchard. He entered the 5tli 
"Wis. Zouaves. Became 1st. Lieut. 

5945. Francis Gideon Bolton, b. A].r. 20, 1S4G; m. ^tay, ISGS, Louisa ^ro.N^ey ; 

he enlisted in the 37th Wis.; \vas made captain. 

5946. Albert Story TTolton. h. ,lan. 19, 18 19; m. TMay 1879, Louisa Van Heg. 

5947. AVilbam James lloUon, b. Oct. 21, 1853. 

2501. ELIZA ANN^ KENDRICK {same deseent as 2500) b. 
Nov. 20, 1820; 111. Aug. 19. 1841, George Ilubbell Bradley. They 
resided in ^lilwaukee, Mich. 

They had three children. 



524 TTTE TIIOIJAS SANFOKD FAI^nLY 

594&. Caroline Eliza? Bradley, b. Oct. 26, 3 842; m. Sept. 7, 186.5, Frank ^Vil- 

Kon Noycs. 
59in. Charles Ncv.ton Bradley, b. May 26, ISIG. 

5950. Kate Louise Bradley, b. Nov. 24, 1848; m. Apr. 22, jSSO; Jesse Hart. 

2502. WJLLIAJvI IIENRY^ ini^NDKICK (same descent as 
2500) h. Aug. 27, 1828; m. May 19, 1853. Jennie B. :^leAllisler, b. 
July 29, 1832. 

They had five childieu. 

5951. William Gideons Kendriek, b. May 13, 1854; m. Sej.t. 7, 1877, Lucy A. 

Street, b. Oct. 12, 1857. 

5952. A^rnos Eliza Kendriek, b. Jan. 9, 1S5S; d. Apr. 20, ISSO; m. Xov. 9, 

1876, .John M. Davis, b. Oct. 6, 1S53. 

5953. Emma Maria Kendriek, b. Jan. 27, 1861. 

5954. Clara Abigail Kendricl-., b. /ipr. 28, 18G.T; d. .Tan. 12, 1867. 

5955. Helen Sanford Kendriek, b. Oct. 21, ]8G7. 

2505. TLM^EIET^ SANFOKD {Aaron 1031, Aaron 421, 
David 141, Samuel 35, Ephrahn 6, Thomas 1) h. Sept. 18, 1798 ; d. 
July 18, 1846 ; m. Nov. 8, 1821, ^.dam W. Ehle of Cauajoharie, N. Y. 

They had four children. 

5956. Kalherine? Ehle, b. Bee. 12, 1S22, Augusta, N. Y.; d. 1842, Stockbridge, 

K. Y. 

5957. J-Iyra A. Ehle, b. Oct. 26, 1824; unm. 

5958. Cornelia D. Ehle, b. Apr. 10, 1827; num. 

5959. Adam W. Ehle, Jr., died young. 

2507. AL:\11L'A' RANFORD {same descent as 2505) h. Apr. 
19, 1801 ; d. May 15, 1863 ; m. Oct. 19, 1820, William Groenleaf of 
Augusta, N. Y., b. Dec. 23, 1797. 

They had nine children. 

5960.+Orcelias Greenleaf, b. Nov. 14, 1821; m. Tra Day. 

5961. Oric Herman Greenleaf, b. July 18. 1823. He uas the great paper 

man in Springfield and Uolyoke, jrass. 

5962. Augustus Mitchell Greenleaf, b. Aug. 8, 1825. 
5963.+Mary Ann Greenleaf, b. Aug 3, 1827; m. Edward Redington. 

5964. Lcverett Ketchel Greenleaf, b. Dec. 7, 1829; d. Nov. 3, 3850. 

5965. I'rances Maria Greenleaf, b. Jxily IS 3S32; m. F. M. McGran- of Chi- 

cago, HI. 

5966. Willi.'ini Henry Greenleaf, b. Dec. 7, 1834. 

5967. Amelia Hattie Greenleaf, b. June 18, 1837; m. Pierson. 

5968. Oscar Sanford Greenleaf, b. Jan. 16, 1S45. 



EIGHTH GEjNEIIATTON 525 



2510, F^NNT" M,' S^NFOr?D {same dr^ccnt as 2505) b. 
July 26, 1807; d. Jrai. 17, 18G2 ; sc. Feb. 2", 1880, Joh^: W. lloyt, 
b. iMav. 7, ISOS. 

Tiiey ]in.d nine chilaron. 

59C^.-l-]^•-;s^!ouri Albi::a'^ I%t, b. Anj. 19, 1831; m. Soicnion lleury. 
5970. WJlliam Wabou Hoyt, b. Mar. 1, 1833; d. 1838. 
5971. -f Julia Orilla Foyt, h. Feb. 5, 18;.;5; m. WiHiam He^iry. 
5972.4-A^rncs Cornelia lioyt, b. Apr. 23, 1S37; m. Loren Blodgel.-. 
597:-;. Sarah Ann Ikyyt, b. Jfar. 7, IRP.9; d. Pcb. 12, IS^l. 

5974. Emily Curtis Hoyt, b. A\ig 18, jS41; m. June 7, l-^^GO; Ooleb Bmith, b. 

Aug. 31, 1S37. 

5975. SytLora Electa Iloyt, b. Occ. 1, 1843; d. Oct. 10, JcGC; m. Aug. 5, 1805, 

' Isnac N. Philbps, b. ;inly 2a, 18S9. 
5976.4-Adella Trypheixa lloyt, b. Apr. 20, iP.dCi; d. Nov. 7, 3;"^7 3; m. Tlioiruvc; 

Welch. 
5977. -f Mary A.lmira Hoyt, b. JXc. 12, 18iS; m. Eichard Frceniau. 

2511. 0E.VILLA7 SANFOltD {same dnsccm as 2505) b, 
Aug-. 7, 1S09; d. Oct. 22, 1863; m. l\vv. 1, 1826, Abraai Yosburg at 
Stockbridge, N. Y. 

They ]ind twelve cliildrcn. 

597S.-f-Harriet Elizabeth? Yosburg. b. Apr. IH, 182S; d. ilay 10, lS55; in. Eli 

May. 
5979. + noDry V/atson Yosburg, b. July 3, 1830; m. Mm. Y. M. Hanisou. 
59S0.-1- James Marcellus Yosburg, b. July 14, 1S32; m. X>Iary Eoot. 
5981. Lueinda Jentiettc Yosburg, b. Sept. 24. 1S3t; L-n:n. 
5!)S2.-!-Mt.ry Amauthus Yosburg, b. Apr. 7, 1857; d. Apr. 4, 1R75; m. E. D. 

Eancall. 

5983. Abiam Jay Yosburg, b. Jan. 25, 18^0; d. Aug. 2", 1S40. 

5984. Khfcldor, Ehle Yosburg, b. Dec. ':>, 1S42; d. Apr. 16, 1SR5', Y\^st Poiuc, 

Ala. ^It. Yf.iburg -svas 2ud J.icai. in Co. A. 1st \\'\<. Cav. and Avas 

killed at Wcpt Point. 
59S5. Abi-ain Ad-lbcrt A'opburg, b. V,[\r. 25, 1844; d. Sept. C, 1853. 
598G. Oison Jay Yosburg, )). Oct. 13, IStG; d. May 29, 1849. 
5987. Caroline Leora Yosburg, b. May 12, i.849; d. Jan. 10, 1SG4. 
59S8. Orvillc Sanford Yosburg, b. Jan. 5, 1852. 
59S9.-|-Clarence Dolnier Yosburg, b. June 22, 1854; m. Alice Kemp. 

2513. AsITBKl,,L J.' R.A^^i•^01vD {.sapif- descent as 2505) b. 
Feb. 20, 1814, Pawdct, Vt. ; in. Agnes Vvjitlerson, hi Vej-no]i, N. Y. 
They liad two children. 

5fi90.-fCarolii'O Ani'dia'^, b. Mar. 17; 1S33; ni. Jay Smith. 

5991.-h^'5car Mitchell, b. Nov. 14, 1S35: i.i. (1) Si-iilb; (2) S:uah Comstocb. 



526 THE 'J^ ROMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



2515. ALATHEA^ SANFORD {Truman W33, Aaron 421, 
David 141, f^amucl 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) h. Oct. 2-1, 1797, 
Greenville, N. Y. ; d. :\rar. 16, 1867, Freehold, N. Y. Buried in 
Greenville, N. Y. ; ni. (3) Feb 4, 181G, Erastus Ijarnes, b. Jime 25, 
1792, Himiersland, N. Y. : d. Sppt. 10, 1836, X. Y. C. ; bnricd at 
Greenville, N. Y. ; m. (2) June, 1851, Judge Perkins King of Nor- 
ton Hill, N. Y. I\Ir. Barnes wa<^, a la^\yer. 

She had four children by first marriage. 

59P2,-fElixa Eiiicjiiies Barnes, b. Nov. 3, ISIG; d. Apr. 27, 1S9S; m. Joseph 
Eudd. 

5993. -f Catharine Augusta Barnes, b. Oct. 20, ]S1S; d. Ajir. 16, 189S; in. Wil- 
liam Smith. 

5994.-1- Julia Ann Barnes, b. Nov. 7, 1S20; d. Nov. 29, 1904; m. David Barker. 

5995. John O 'Brian Barnes, b. Sept., 1823, Gree/iviDo, N. Y.; d. July 31, 1835. 

2516. ^IITCHELL' SANFORD {same descent as 251:,) b. 
Feb. 24, 1799, Greenville, N. Y. ; d. Mar. 29, 18G1, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 
m. Sept. 27, 1823, Sarah AYells, b. Jan. 16, 1S04, :\nddlcl0Nvn, C!.; 
d. Mar. 12, 187S, Middleburg, N. Y. Both buried at Greenville, 
N. Y. ^Ir. Sanford Avas a lawyer. 

They had three children. 

5996. Byron Francis?, b. July 29, 1824, Middlehiirg, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 10, 1834, 

Hartford, Ct.; buried at Greenville, N. Y. 

5997. Marion, b. Oct. 23, 1825, Middleburg, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 1S78. 
599S.-f Addison, b. Dec. 9, 1827; d. Apr. 25, 1879; ni. Laura Forter. 

2518. SARAH MINERVA^ SANFORD {same descent as 
2515) b. :\iay 26, 1803, Greenville, N. Y.; d. Dec. 14, 1881, Angelica, 
N. Y.; ni. Jan. 10, 1838, Rev. Tyrrell Blair, b. at Blanford, Mass.; 
d. Apr. 12, 1855. Angelica, N. Y. Buried in 2 ngelica, N. Y. Mr. 
Blair was a Presbyterian minister. 

Tliey had four children, all born in Durham, N. Y. 

5999. Mitchell R.'^ Blnir; rer.., Angelica, N. Y. 

6000. Ellon Bla-'r, d. Oct. P, 1881; ra. R^jv. Jofcphus D. Krum of Angelica, 

N. Y. 
eOOl. Mary Blair, d. at Angelica, N. Y. 
6002. Edward Blair, d. June, 1872, Cincinnati, 0. 

2519. SHERMAN^ SANFORD {same descent as 2515) b. 
Feb. 9, 1806, Greenville, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 2, 1849; m. Nov. 14, 1832, 
Caroline Townscinl b. Jan. 1, 1814, Greenville, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 6, 
1888, Greenville, N. Y. Both buried at Greenville. Mr. Sanford 
was a farmer. 

They had seven children, all born in Grcnville, N. Y. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 527 

6003.+Lymjui B.s, b. Nov. IS, 183?,; d. Juce 8, 1900; in. S. JaiiR Avery. 
f)004.4-Gi)rden M., b. July 2G, 1835; d. Uar. 22, 1S85; in. Carrie Stevcus. 
6005. + Traiiian M., b. Apr. 21, 1838; m. Eliza Hill. 

GOOG. + Sberuian T., b. Apr. 12, 1840; d. July 1, lf»02; m. Eydia Lord. 
C007. Addison V:, l<. Sept. 12, 1SJ3; d. Doe. 23, 184G, Gn-juvillc, N. Y.; Inirled 

at Greenville, N. Y. 
600S.+^^i]lerva E., b. June 4, 1846; in. George Williainsci,. 
C009. Abigail E., b. Nov. 20, 1848; d. Apr. 14, 1857, Greeuville, N. Y.; 

buried at GreciiviJle, N. Y. 

2521. L\MAN^ SA>,^FORD {same descent as 2515) h. Nov. 
13. 1811, Greenville, N. Y. ; d. Mar. 4, 18S1, ^Middlebnrg, N. Y. ; 
Iniried in r^riddlcbnrg, N. Y. ; m. Nn\'. 1, 1837, Ann Eve, dau. of Gov. 
AYilliam B. Buuek, b. Dec. 29, 1813, Fullonbam, N. Y. lh\ San- 
ford was a lawyer. Mrs. Sanford's father, Gov. William C. Bouek, 
nvas born Jan. 7, 1786, on bis father's fann at Pnltonham, N. Y. 
He held many oftlees, town, county and state. Canal Comniissioner 
from ]821 to -840, in which year he was elected governor and again 
in 1842'. 

They had five children, all born in j\Iiddleburg, N. Y. 

6010. -f Ann Eliza^, b. Dec. 23, 1838; m. P«v. Adam Martin. 

6011. Christina Bouck, b. Mar. 22, 3840; d. Nov. 19, 1842, Middleburg, N. Y.; 

buried at Jliddleburg, N. Y. 
6012. -f Charles Lyman, b. July 4, 1841 ; d. Dec. 7, 3 882; m. Lsabel Connelly. 
C013. Howard Tuttle, b. Dec. 10, 1843; d. Aug. 31, 1852, Middleburg, N. Y.; 

buried at Middleburg, N. Y. 

6014. irary, b. Jan. 10, 1854, ni. E. D. Ronan. 

2522. TEUMAX :inXOT' SANFORD {same descent as 2515) 
b. July 8, 1814, Greenville, X. Y. ; d. Jnne 1, 1875, Springport, 
Mich.; m. Doc. 17, 1849, Helen C., dan. of Joseph Snyder, b. Jan. 
19, 1829, X. Y. C.; d. Jtdy 7, 1901, P^asl Bethany, X. Y. Both buried 
at Tompkins, ]\lich. ^Ir. Sanford was a merchant in X. Y. C. He 
removed to Springport, ^lich. 

They had nine children, all except INlary born in Tompkins, 
Mich. 

6015. Mary% b. Apr. 5, 3851, N. Y. C. ; ni. Feb. 22, 3876, ^yaUer H. Chase oi 

Chicago, 111. ; b. Mar. 19, 1847, Turner, Mc. 
6016.-1-Frank Minot, b. Aug. 9, 1852; m. Minuie Townley. 
6017. -f Lyman DeWitt, b. Dec. 10, 3853; m. Ida Wilcox. 
601S.-fSeyii!oiii- Hamilton, b. May 25, 1855; m. (1) Nellie Baldwin; m. (2) 

iSlatie Gordon. 
6019. -I- Helen Caroline, b. Dec. 10, 1S5G; in. IMchard Peck. 



528 THE THOMAS SANFO]?D PAMILY 



6020.-|-Tnimau MitcLcll,, b. Jan. 17^ ]S?9; d. Dee. 31, 1901, m. Faiinio Townby. 
602L Cornelia PI., b. Kov. 6, 1S60; d. Dec. IH', 18G3, Tomans, Micli. 
6022.+Edward Blair, b. Jan. 3, 1863; m. Elizabeth Campbell. 
6023. Harry Tuttle, b. Jan. 12, 1869; d. Mar. 12, 1895, Rt. Eouis, Mo., in 
U. S. Ar}ny; burieJ iu Toinjtkins, Midi. 

2523. GEORGE' SANFOKD {same descent as 2515) b. Sept. 
20, 181G, Greenville, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 29, 1S59, Greenville, N. Y. 
Buried in Greenville, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 1, 1840, Harriet Boardman, 
b. Nov. 22, 1816, Rensselaorville, N. Y.; d. Nov. 12, ]902, Los An- 
geles, Cal. ; buried at Los Angeles, Cal. (She m. (2) Ihw. 8, 18GS, 
Joseph ]\Iann of Kendall, N. Y.) 

They had live children, all born in Greenville, N. Y. 

6024.+Alberts, b. Nov. 1, 1842; d. May 14, 2910; m. Euana FiSeld. 

602o.+George, Jr., b. Mar. 30, 1S46; m. Martha Champa. 

C026.+Gharlotto Silonce, b. Jnr.o 2?, 1848; m. Mark Owens. 

6027. -f Mary Lonisa, b. Jan. 28, ISol; lu. John S.^oiford. 

6028.+Hattie Eliza, b. Bopt. 13, 1857: d. Mar. 19, ISSS; ra. Adolphe Lowe. 

2524. :\IARY' SANFORD {some dcsceni as 2515) b. Sept. 
27, 1819, Greenville, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 31, 1900, Riverside, Cal.; m. 
Sept. 2, 1810, Erastus Hamilton Stanton, b. Nov. 13, 1816, Durham, 
N. Y. ; d. May 7, 1886, Ionia, Mkh. Mr. Stanton was twice elected 
Mayor of the City— Stale Senator in 1881. 

They had seven children. 

6029.+Adelaides Stanton, b. May 24, 1841; m. Etiian :Mont<;omery. 
eOSO.+Charlcs Hamilton Stanton, b. May 29, 1S43; m. (1) Alice Johnson; m. 
(2) Cornelia Leavenvvortb. 

6031. Sarah Minerva Stanton, b. Jan. 29, 1848, Greenvilie. N. Y.; d. Sept. 30, 

1870, Lowell, Mioh.; buried at Ionia, Mich.; m. Dee. 1, 1SG9, Edward 
L. Iri?)'. of Ionia, Mich. 

6032. Henry Staatori, b. June 24, 1851, Angeliea, N. Y.; d. Sept. 15, 1852, 

Ang-elica, N. Y.; buried at Angelica, N. Y. 

6033. Alice M-ry Stanton, b. July 16, 1853, Angelica, N. Y. 

6034. + Erastus Staiiton, b. Apr. 20, 1855; m. Fannie Boynton. 
6035.-l-Edward Blair Stanton, b. May 13, 1S5S; d. July 2S, 1901; m. Julie 

TovtTisecd. 

2526- J E ANNETTE" SANFORD {David 1035, Aaron 421, 
David 111, Sa)iu(d 35, Ephraim 6', Thomas 1) b. 1811, Rawlet, Yt.; 
d. May 7, 1S62, Guilford, 111.; m. (1) Charks Duncan; m. (2) 
Charles Works, b. Nov. 21, 1803, Weshnordand, N. II. :^rr. Works 
was one of the first sv-tt!ers in Vv'innebago Co., 111. He A\as tlie first 
Supervisor froin the town of Guilford and was County Treasurer 
of Wim-tvbacro for two b.'rius ditring tlie Civil War. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 529 



Mrs. Dnncan had two children, and they, with Mr. Dmicfin, 
are hiiried at jMesscnger's Hollow, N. Y. 

She had tliree children hy second marriage, all horn in Guil- 
ford, 111. 

G03G.-1-Charles Aiigustuss Works, b. May i, 1848; m. Nov. 18, 18S0, Eva P., 
dau. of Hon. A. I. Enoch of Rockford, 111.; b. Nov. 24, 1853, Guilfora, 
111. Mr. Works was graduated from Beloit College, Beloit, Wis., in 
1873, admilted to the bar at Spriogficld, 111., Jan. 1S7S; elected State 
Attorney, 1880; res., Eockford, 111. 

G037. Lanra Jcaniictto Work?;, b. Dec. 9, 1850. 

60.38. Mary Henrietta Works, b. Oct. 28, 1831. ■ 

2527. HENRIETTA" SANFORD {same descent as 2526) h. 
Dec. 4, 1S14, Pawlet, Vt. ; d. Jan. 22, 1878, New Milford, 111. ; m. 
Nov. 16, 1837, William 0. Campfield, h. June 28, 1813, Cayuga Co., 
N. Y.; d. Jan. 31, 1856, New Milford, 111. Jlr. Campfield was. a 
merchant in Nunda, N. Y. His health failing, he moved to Illinois 
in 1845 and hecame a farmer. 

They had six cliildren. 

6039. Eliza Ogdens". Campfield, b. Apr. 28, 1840; d. Dec. 24, 1SG9, West Union, 

la.; m. Oct. 9. 1867, David W. Twitchell, b. 1826. 
6040.+Lanra Sanford Campfield, b. May 12, 1842; m. Adam IMcGlashau. 

6041. + William Bradford Campfield, b. Aug. 2.5, 1844; m. Jano Thomppou. 

6042. + George Kneelou Campfield, b. Mar. 20, 1847; m. Mary Bowley. 
6043.+Flo-a .Tanette Cninpfield, b. May 10, 1851; m. James Green. 
6044. Ella Ann Campfield, b. Aug. 17, 1S53. 

2529. LYDIA^ LOVELAND {Olive 1039, Aaron 421, David 
141, Samuel 3J, Epliraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Apr. .-tS, ]803; d. July 23, 
1875, Poultney, Vt. ; m. 1823, John Betts, b. Aug. 15, 1802; d. Dec. 
1869. 

Tliey had nine cliildren. 

604.O. Orson^: Betts, b. Aug. 15, 1823; d. Sept. 2, 1358; m. De<?. 28, 1852, 

Minerva Andrus. 
601G.-fSibcl Betts, b. Oct. 26, 1825; m. Arthur Goodspeed. 
fi047. Olive Betts, b. Sept. 22, 1827; d. Sept. 2, 1840. 
6018. Marshall Betts, b. June 2, 1829; d. Nov. 28, 1857. 
6049. Willis W. Betts. b. Aug. 4, 1S3J. 
6050.4-Sidncy Betts, b. Aug. 2, 1833; m. (1) Buth Eolg(>r; m. (2) Esther Fol- 

ger; m. (3) Ella Fuller. 
6051.-f-Boyal C. Betts, b. June 14, 1835; m. Melissa Holmes. 
60n2.4-Franklin O. Betts, b. Aug. 2, 1S37; m. Emma Howe. 
6033. Laura Betts, b. Nov. 10, 1844. 

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530 THE THOMAS SANFOIiD FAMILY 



2530. REEVES' LOVELAND {same descent as 2029) d. 
lSn9, Buffalo, N. Y. 
He had one child. 

C0o4. J^nteholl Sarfords Lovcland. 

2588. ELIZA^ STONE {Clarissa 1051, Abigail 428, Abigail 
U3, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Nov. 29, 1804; d. Jan. 
6, 1S91; m. 1826, Jonathan Elsworth Norton, b. 1800; d. 1881. 

They had six children. 

6055. ]\rarys ]Vorto», b. 1828; ni. Jnlui P. Pcnnell. 

605C. Jane Eliza Norton, b. 1830; m. Henry G. Beaumont. 

6057. Henry E].s\vort)i Norton, b. 1836; m. (1) Lucy Moi'.gcr; m. (2) — Tal- 

madge. 

C05S. George Edgar Norton, b. 1840; in. Cornelia V. Hart. 

G05LI. Charles Ely NortoB, b. 1842; d. 1859. 

GOGO. Gertrude E. Norton, b. 18-15; d. 1861. 

2589. HEMAN COE^ STONE {same descent as 258S) b. 
1815; d. 1890; m. Sarnh Beardsley Hollistcr. 

They had one child. 

GOei. + Sanford Coe? Stone, b. 1848. 

2591. CHARITY ^r.^ BRUSH {Joanna 1071, Ephraim 431, 
Nathaniel 145, Nathaniel 38, Ej^hraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 29, 
1S1:3, Sandgate. Yt. ; d. :\lar. 5, 1908, Yeray, ISIieh. ; m. Oct. 3, 1836, 
Hiram Parlccr, b. Oct. 30, 1802, Granville, N. Y. ; d Mar. 12, 1888, 
Yeray, I\Iich. Mrs. Parker was a successful school teacher in the 
primary schools of her native state for several years, receiving 
seventy five cents a week, which was considered a good salary at 
that time. The day she was married she started with her husband 
for ■Michigan, going to Albany, N. Y. with a team, from there to 
Bnfi'alo by the Erie Canal and on to Detroit, jMich. by the steamboat 
Robert Pulton. Y'hcn their stock arrived, which had been driven 
through Canada, they Avent on with an ox team and in one week's 
time they arrived at Yeray, where their lives were spent. 

They had four children, all bo]'n in Yeray, ]\lich. 

6062. Marys Parker, b. 1S37; d. 1851, Vcray, Mich. 

6063. Sidney Parker, b. Pec. 5, 1838; iinm. 

6064. Eliza Parker, b. Aug. IC, 1842; unin. 

COGo. Alice Parker, b. Pec. 24, 18.")0; ni. Julius S. Brush {see 6066). Pes., 
Maneliester, Yt. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 531 



2593. JUSTIN ERAS.MIJS' BliUSlT (same descent as 2591) 
b. ^lay 30, 1820, Saudgate, Vt. ; m. Jan. 27, 1848, Betsey .M., dau. of 
John aud Anna (Hard) Bolsford, b. Apr. 1, 1827, Saudgate, Yt. ; 
d. Jan. 25, 1890, ^lanchester, Vt. :\rrs. Brush's fatlicr went from 
Newtown, Ct. to Sandgate, Vt. about 1801-2. Kcs. ?^lanehcstcr, Vt. 

They liad two chHdren, burn in Sandgate, Vt. 

60G6.+Ju]iu8 Selwia-' P.rush, b. July 29, ISn:!; m. Alice Parker. 
6067. Flora W. Erusli, b. May 9, 1854; in. Dec. 22, 18S1, M. Jay Covey. No 
children. Eos., Mancbcster, Vt. 

2596. ^lARY Z' SANFORD {T)avid. 1075, Simeon 432, Na- 
thaniel 145, Nailianiel 38, Ephrahn G, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 25, 1828, 
IMorinlu N. v.: d. Fei). 25, 1865, ]\roriah, N. Y; buried in iMineville 
Cemetery; m. Apr. 30. 1851, William Tunstall of England, d. Oct. 
25, 1865, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

They had five children, alj born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

eOCS.-fSan^li Alida"^ Tnr.s^ull, b. July 5, 18-52; m, Joseph TYalker. 

6069. David E. Tunstall, b. Sept 6, 1857; m. Oct. 1, 1007, Johanna M. 

Jackson, b. Sept. 19, 1870. lies., Eitchburg, Mass. 

6070. Jennie Tunstall, d. Oct., 1SG5, aged seven years. 

6071. Mary Tunstall, d. Oct., 1865, aj^ed five years. 
6072.+Elizabeth Sanford Tunstall, b. Jan. 5, 1S63; m. Frank Sl.river. 

2598. COUDELIA R.' SANFOED {same descent as 2596) 
b. May 23, 1832, ^Moriah, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 22, 1855, Lewis Curtis, b. 
May 25, 1829, :\roriah, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 12, 1905, ]\Ioriah, N. Y. .Res. 
Dorchester, Neb. 

They liad five children, all except Edgar born iji ^Moriah, N. Y. 

6073.-|-Farold T.s Curtis, b. Nov. 1,3, 1855; m. Eliza McLaughlin. 

C074. ^rvilla Curtis, b. May 7, 1857; d. June 20, ]857, Moriah, N. Y. 

6075. Mary L. L. Curtis, b. Aug. 25, ]85S; d. Mar. 2, 1866, Moriah, N. Y. 

6076.+Nathan L. Curtis, b. July 6, 1863; ni. "Ices" Bowen. 

6077. Edgar R. Curtis, b. Apr. 5, 1865, Greenfield, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 1, 1891, 

Ellen Loisewell. No children. Res., Moriah, N. Y. 

2603. DAVID N.' SANFORD {Simeon 1076, Simeon 432, 
Nathaniel 145, Xaihanicl 3S, Epliraiui 6, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 22, 
1841, Fairfax, Vt. ; m. June 14, ]874, Elizabeth Bate. :\rr. Sanford 
moved to Fremont, 111. with his parents. Enlisted in Union Army 
Aug. 21, 1862, and sorved three years. IMoved to Kan.sas in 1^G(^ 
and to Oregon in 1800. Res. Cascade Locks, Ore. 

They had one child. 

6078. Luthera M.s, b. Dec. 12, 1875; ni. Oct. 12, 1900, Herbert Farrlngton. 

No children. 



532 THE TiiOIvTAS ^SANFOED FAMILY 

2604. OLIVE^ SANFORD {Benjamin 1077, Nathcnuel 433, 
Nathaniel 1-15, Nathaniel 38, EiJhraim 6, Thomas 1) h. Feb. 9, 1798, 
Saiidgate, Vt. ; d. ]\Iay 22, 1S74, Cambridge, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 4, 1819, 
Merriti, .sun of Lev.-is aud Catlieriue (Sanfoid) Ilurd, b. June 14, 
1799, Sand -ate, Vt. ; d. Apr. 15, 1880, Cambridgo, X. Y. 

They had tln-ee children, all born hi Sandgate, Vt. 

G079. Lov.is C.s Ilurd, b. Fob. 9, 1S20; d. Nov. 10, 183D. 

6050. Adelia C. Hurd, b. Maj 20, 1827; d. July IP, 1S55; m. Dee. 25, 1S19, 

Albert D. Smith. 

6051. Julia C. Hurd, b. Mar. 3, 1832.; d. Dec. 10, 1S5S, Cambridge, N. Y. 

2606. SALLY R.^ SANFORD {same ilcsrcnt as 3604) b. 
July 3. 1811, Sandgate, Vt. ; d. :\Iar. 21, 1847, Fairhaven, Vt. ; m. 
Royal R. Stetson. 

Tliey had one child. 

G0S2. Sarah l.s Stetson, b. 1837; d. Oct. 28, 1S51. 

2608. HIRA^F SANDFORD {Simeon W78, Nathaniel 433, 
Nathaniel 145, Nathaniel 38, Eplirenin 6, Thomas 1) b. in Sandgate, 
Vt. ; m. Jane 

They had Iwo children. 

6083. Mary Janes. 

6084. Clarence. Res., N. Y. C. 

2609. BENJAMIN CLARK^ SANDFORD {same cleseent as 
2608)' h. 181.3, Sandgate. Vt. ; d. 1875, Buchanan, Mich.; ni. Cor- 
nelia Diek, d. 186.3, Buchanan, Mich. 

Tliey had three children. ' 

6085. + Hdga' ', b. May 17, lSi2; m. Helen Zealand. 

6086. -f Mary, b. Juno, 1813; d. 1871; ni. Columbus Cotton. 

6087. Kossiter Rivington, b. about 1845, Duvhamville, N. Y.; res., Benton 
Harbor, IMlch. 

2610. ELIJAH^ SANDFORD {Nathaniel 1079, Nathaniel 433, 
NatJianiel 145, Nalha)iirl 38. Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 16, 1814, 
V'hitehall, N. Y.; ni (1) m. (2) Julia . 

They laid two children, bonv in Whitehall, N. Y. 

G08S. Hugeuia". 

6083. Dewev, d. ISGl in Civil War. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 533 



2611. BERZINA^ SANDFORD {mmc descent as 2GJ0) b. 
Apr. 5, 1S16, "Whitehall, N. Y. ; d. 190G, Indian Lake, N. Y. ; m. 
Warner Arbnekle 

They had one child. 

G090. Milos Arbur-klo, deccaEod. 

2612. :\1JL0' SANDFORD {same descent as 2610) b. Nov. 
23, ]823, YThitehal], N. Y. ; d. Jan. 23, 1877, Whitehall, N. Y. ; m. 
(1) Sept. IS, 1853, Mary R. Corey of Crown Point, N. Y., b. 1837, 
Shoreham, Yt. ; d. Jan. 23, 1869, Whitehall, N. Y. ; m. (2) Feb. 14, 
1870, ]Mary Ann, dau. of Jan)e.s and ]\Iargaret Stei>hensou, of Vvliite- 
hall, N. Y. 

He had two children by first .-ujd fou» by second marriage, all 
born in Whitehall, N. Y. 

C091.+Mary Pranccs% h. Mar. 8, 18.54; m. AndreTr Bridge. 

6092. Charles Henry, b. Sept. 19, 1S55. 

0093. Freddie, b. Sept. 19, 1870; d. in infancy. 

G09-4. James William, b. Oct. 21, 3 871; d. Sept., 1880, Whitehall, N. Y. 

6095. Margaret, b. ?.Iay, 1873; died in infancy. 

C095. Belle, b. Nov. 3, 1876; res., Castletcn, N. Y. 

2619. GEORGE NORTHROP^ SANFORD {Isaoo 1082, 
Benoni 436, Zacliariah 149, Nathaniel 3S, Ephraim 6, TJiomas 1) 
b. Sept. 3, 1S07, New Milford, Ct. ; d. ^lar. 20, 1850, I^Iarbledale, 
Ct. ; m. Jan. 19, 1831, Laura, dau. of Isaac and Sally (Loveridge) 
Lamson, b. 1813; d. Aug. 8, ISSS; They resided in ^larbhxlale, 
Mass. 

Tliey had four children. 

6097. + Mary H.s, b. Feb. 24, 1832; ra. Edward Hunt. 
609S.+Eli2a J., b. June 11, 1834; m. Ralph Morehouse. 
6099. Augusta :M., b. Dee. 26, 1S.''.9. 
GlOO.+Dv.ight W., b. May 25, 1845; m. Ogarita Glaser. 

2620. HARRY" SANFOPD {same descent as 2619) b. Sept. 
23, 1800, New :\rilford. Ct' ; d. Feb. 2, 181G ; m. Phcbe Cnshnian, 
b. 1809 ; d. June 3, 1859. 

They had twc* children. 

GlOl. + Isaac L.\ b. 1S34; d. Sept. 15, 1892; m. (1) Annette ^torcliouse; ni. 

(2) Mrs. Mary McMahon; m. (3) Ella Botaford. 
6102. Frances, b. 1831; d. Nov. 30, 1S52. 



534 THE THOMAS SANFOKD PAMTT.Y 



2622. BETSEY ^lARTA^ SANFORD {same descent as 2619) 
b. Feb. 3G, ]816; m. J. Wesley Stark of Pawling, N. Y. 
They had three children. 

6103. Prauces^ Stark. 

6104. AugiiPta Stark. 

6105. Grace Stark. 

2624. CHARLES STEBBINS' SANFORD {Gould 10S3, 
Bcnoni 436, Zachariah 149, Nathaniel 38, Ephrahn 6, Thomas 1) 
b. Feb. 7, 1821, New Milford, Ct. ; m. (1) June 12, 184-1, Louise 
]\r. Vail; m. (2) Dee. 31, 1865, Annie Livingston, b. ^fer. 1, 1841, 
Glasgow. Scotland. Res. Jackson, Mich. 

He had one child by first and three by second marriage. 

eiOe. + Emma Louise Yaii-, b. Feb. 19, 1S49; d. May 31, 1901; m. George 

Barter. 
G]07. Yiotoria Elizabeth, b. Nov. 19, ISfifi, .Tackson, Mich; d. Oct. 23, 1SS2, 

Jackson, Mich. 
Gl'OS. + Grace L., b. June 'l?,, ISGS; m. Robert. Emerson. 
6109. Cliarles Sheldon, b. June 24, 1871, Jackson, Mich.; unm. Ees., Chicago, 

111. 

2625. AYILLIA:M CRAY'FORD" SANFORD {same descent 
as 2624) b. Nov 9, 1822, New Milford, Ct. ; d. :\lay 30, 1900, St. 
Louis, i\lo.; m. June 11, 1844, Elizabetli R. Cady, b. Feb. 24, 1825, 
deceased. 

They had eight children. 

6110. -f Helen Augusta", b. June 17, 1S45; m. Edward Paine. 
6111. Julia A., b. Aug. 23, 1S46, Qneensburv, N. Y. 
6112.-f^Iartha E., b. Apr. 30, 184S ; m. Samuel Coon. 
6113. -f Laura L., b. Sept. 20, 1S49; m. Berdet Atwood. 

6114. George K, b. July 20, 1851, Queensbury, N. Y. ; m. 1S94, Jennie 

Gouthier. Xo children. Ees., Two Kivers, ^Vis. 

6115. Gould, b. Nov. 4, 1852, Queensbury, N. Y. Ees., Garden Grove, la. 
OIK', ^lary E.. b. May 22, 185n, Juneau Dodge, Wis. 

6117. + Edith L., b. May 8, ; m. Charles Mason, 

2626. :MARY E.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2624) b. Jan. 
21. 1825, Queensbury, N. Y. ; d. July VI, 18G5, Queensbury. N. Y. : 
m. .Mar. 13, 1850, David J. llaviland, b. ^,Iar. 29, 1820, Queensbury, 
N. Y.; d. Aug. 13, 1868. Killed in a railroad accident. 

They had l\vo ehildren. 

6118. Gould Sanford-^ llaviland, b. Oct. 8, 1855; d. Feb. 12, 3873, Collins, 

N. Y. 

6119. Charles I). llaviland, b. Apr. 30, 1S60, Queensbury, N. Y. 



EIGHTH GENEPwATTON 535 



2627. FREDERICK CROCKER' SANFORD (f;ome descent 
as 2624) b. Aug. 21, ]S27, QueenKbiiry, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 8, 1905, 
Jackson, Mich.; m. Sept. 6, 1853, Charlotte A. Bisscll, b. Feb. 21, 
1832, IMarhledale, Ct. : d. iAIay 22, 1880, Jackson, Mich. 

They had two children. 

6120. Carolmc I.s, b. July 2, 1854, Queensbury, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 9, 1878, Battle 

Creek, Micb. ; ni. Jan. 1, 1877, James M. Sutton, Jr. Both -n-ere 
drowned at Gougac Lake, a small &innii:er resort near Battle Creek, 
Mich., by capsizing in a sail boat, Aug. 9, 1878. 

6121. Edson Bisscll, b. Tuar. 17, 1858, Nevr MiJford, Ct.; m. Nov. 19, 1890, 

Emily J. Jlannan, b. Apr, 22, 1SG9, Green Oak, Mich. No children. 
'Res., Jackson, Mich. 

2G29. FRANCES A^IELIA" SANFORD {sayne descent a^ 
2624)}). June 10,18-34, Pawling, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 26, 1891, Greenfield, 
I\rass. ; ni. Rnfns Austin Packard, b. July 27, 1834, Monson, Slass. ; 
d. Dec. 26, 1894, Greenfield, Mass. 

They had five children, all born in GrGcnfield, ^iass. 

6122.H-Y:il]iam Goulds Packard, b. Aug. 16, 1S6?.; m. Leila Norvrood. 
6123.+Mary Sheldon Packard, b. Dec. 3, lSfi4; m. .Jacques Pollack. 
612-1.-|-Charles Ferrell Packard, b. Jan. 1, 1S67; m. Maud Crowell. 
6125. George Sanford Packard, b. Aug. IG, ISGS; d. July 13, 1870, Greenfield, 

Mass. 
612G. Henry iJavis Packard, b. June 27, 1870; in. July 7, 1S97, Jeannie L. 

Chapman. No children. Pes., So. Deerfield, Mass. 

2634. JULIA jMARIA" SHELDON {DeJia 10S9, David 439, 
Zachariak 149, Naihanicl 38, EpJiraim G, Thomas 4) b. Aug. 20, 
1829, Glens Falls, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 16, 1876; m. June 23, 1855, B. 
D. White. 

They had three children, born in Delava a. Wis. 

6127.4-Julia Seraphiua? White, b. Dec. 11, 1S5G; m.J. Magill Smith. 

6128. Charles Sheldon White, b. Nov. 2, 1858; d. Aug. 28, 1876, Toledo, O. 

6129.+Clara Maria White, b. Dec. 31, 1867; m. Charles Jett. 

2635. A:MY EMETjINE^ SHELDON (.same descent as 2634) 
b. Feb. 4, 1839, Glens Falls, N. Y.; m. Oct. 15, 1857, Rev. Octavius 
Perinchief, b. Oct. 12, 1829, Warwick, Bermuda; d. Apr. 29, 1877, 
Bridgeport, Pa. Res. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tliey had five children. 

6130. Amy Mays Perinchief, b. Jan. 20, 18G0; unm. 

6131. Lucy C. Perinchief, b. Feb. 3, ISGl; u.un. 

6132. Frank Perinchief, b. May 1, 1SG2; d. Aug. 4, 18G2. 

6133. Helen G. Perinchief, b. July 25, 1SG3; untn. 

6134. Tilahman Perinchief, b. June 25, 1SG5; d. Jan. 2, 1880. 



53G THE THOMAS SANFORD FAI^flLY 



263G. EMMA LOUISA' SANFORD {George 1090, David 
439, ZacJtariaJi 149, Nafhaniel 38, Ephralm 6, Tliornas 1) b. July 
24, 1835, Sanford's Ridge, N. Y.; d. Oct. 20, 1902, Evanston, 111.; ni. 
Jvme 25, 185G, at Balistou Spa., N. Y., Byron Rice, b. Mar. 3, 1827, 
S\va7iton Falls, Yt. ; d. I\Iay G, 188S, Evaustoji, 111. 

They had five children. 

6135.+Chnrlcs Byious Eice, b. Mny 10, 1857; d. 1905; m. Mary Wobsfer. 

6136. Frank Leon Kice, b. liaj 11, 1S59, Syracuf^e, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 9, 1887, 
Alice Tyler, b. Nov. 5, 1S62, Vineoiities, Ind.; d. Feb. 1, 1888, 
Evauf;ton, 111. He v/ns educated at Northwestern TTnivexcity. Is a 
student of Natural History. Kes., EvaiiStou, HI. 

C137.-f Louis Sauford Eiee, b. Nov. 13, 18G2; ni. Anna Ballard. 

C138. Emma Sauford Eieo, b. July 31, 1865, Chicago, 111.; d. Sept. 17, 1865, 
Chicago, HI. 

G139. Louise Eice, b. Set. 22, 1868, Chicago, HI. IJes., Evauston, 111. 

2638. LEONARD GILBS^ SANFORD ( same descent as 
2636) b. Feb. 1, ]839, Glens Falls, N. Y. ; m. May 20, 1874, Lillias 
Josephine, dan. of John A. and Anna Rnrasey. b. Nov. 2G, 1850, 
Seneca Falls, N. Y. He was Sccretarj' of the U. S. Consulate at 
Callao, Pern, in 1857 ; Secretary of U. S. Consulate at Paita, Peru, 
in 1858. Was appointed fron New York by President Buchanan, 
Sept. 3, 1858 as Consul for Port of Tunibez, Pern, which offic;e 
he held until ]\lar. 31, 1862, when he was recalled by chan£i-e of ad- 
ministration. Now in business in Cornwall, Ct. 

They had three children. 

C140. Georges, b. Feb. 22, 1875; d. Feb. 23, 1875. 

6141. John Eumsey, b. Juue 9, 1870, SjTaeuse, N. Y. ; m. June 22, 1901, 

Helen Sauford, dau. of Lewis S. Grevcs. Mr. Sanford prepared for 
College at Yonlvers Military School and Troy PoMeehnic. Entered 
U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Sept. 19, 1892, Class of '90. In 
'97 he took a degree at Hobart College. In 1898 was in service 
during the Spanish-American War. In Juue, '99, Mas appointed to 
regular service as Assistant PajTuaster U. S. Navy. During this 
year he was for inany months in Manila and Cavife holding various 
oflicos. In June, 1903, was commissioned a paymaster with rank of 
Lieutenant. In Doc, 1905, was detached from Brooklyn Navy Yard 
and sailed for San Domingo to join the U. S. S. Olympia. He 
returned in June, 1906. 

6142. Anna Louise, b. Feb. 1, 1879, Seneca Falls, N. Y.; d. Feb. 4, 1883, 

Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

2639. EDWARD ROLLIN^ SANFORD {same descent as 
2G3C) b. :\Iay 14, 1S40, (ileus Falls, N. Y. ; m. June 17, 18G3, Julia 



EIGHTH GENERATION 537 



Adelaide Wright, b. :\rar. 3, 1843, Syracuse, N. Y.; d. Oct. 19, 190G, 
St. Paul, .^rinn. .Mr. Sauford moved with liis family to Syracuse in 
1857, where he was interested in lumber and salt business. In 1S5S 
he tool; a sea voyage, and, returning in 1S6"0, again, went inio the 
lumber business and becauie interested in several manufacturing 
enterprises. He went to St. Paul, ^finn. in 1SS6 and is now cn^ 
gaged in wliulesale lumber trade there. Mrs. Julia Wright Sanford 
Avas for many years a i.rominent leader in the social, church and 
club lif.' of St. Paul, where she had contributed invaluable service 
in philanthropic work. She was of a distinguished ancestry, being 

a, lineal descendant of Sir John Wright, Avho was Lord of :\Ianor of 
Kelvedon Hall, Co. Essex, England, in 1538. His grandson. Deacon 
Sanmel Wright, came to America in 1630 with the John AYinthrop 
Colony. 

They hnd two children, boi-n in Syracuse, N. Y. 

6143. Juli.i Louisn^ b. Sept. ?A, 186-}; d. Axig. 14, ]SGo, Syracuse, N. Y. 
6]-14.+Edv,Tiia L'ollin, Jr., b. ^hiv. 2S, 1SG9; m. Cliarlotte Mead. 

2642. ORLIX ^lEAD^ SAXFORD {same descent os 2636) 

b. May 13, 1856, Ballston Spa., N. Y. ,- m. Oct. 4, 18S3, Hetty 
Beatty, dau. of Rev. Dr. Alexander and Sarah (Lambert) Reid, 
b. Jan. 15, 1859, Steubenville, 0. 

Four years of 'Mv. Sanford 's educational preparation were di- 
vided between Hartford and Boston, supplemented in 1S77 by travel 
abroad, find follov.-ed by gradu:ition in the class of '80 of the Colum- 
bia College Law School, and admission to the Xew York I^ar. For 
several years he was a.ssociated with Austin Al)bott of tliat City in 
the pr' paration of various law books. In Oct. 1883, he married 
Hetty P.catly Reid. dau. of Rev. Dr. Alexander :McCaudlass and 
Sarah (Lambert) Reid, of the Steubenville, Ohio, Female Seminary 
and three years later removed there and became identified with 
that institution. 

From 1890 to 96 he was connected, editorially, with the Duluth 
News, the Pittsburg Dispatch, and the Pittsburg News, and for sev- 
eral years was the .salaried staff correspondent, from Pittsburg, of 
the New York Sun. After a brief connection with the Insurance 
World of Pitt;-;lMirg, he joined, in the fall of '96, the Pittsburg or 
Western Pennsylvania Agency of tbe E(|uitable Life Assurance So- 
ciety of Xew York., with which iie has remained for the past eleven 
years. Res. Pittsburg, Pa. 

They had three children. 



53S THE THOMAS SANPOUD FAMILY 

C145. Orlin ISFeads, Jr., b. Jan. 15, 1S8G, K Y. C; d. Jan. 17, 1SS6, N. Y. C. 
6146. Sarah Louise, h. Aug. IS, 1SS7, Stc-ubenviDc, O. 

©147. Helen BreePe, b. Sept. 22, 1SS9, Steubonvillo, O.; d. Aug. 17, 1S97, 
Avalun, Pa. 

2647. ASA MENE:\I0>\^ SANFORD {Mcnemon 1003, David 
440, Joseph 150, Xathanid 38, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Mar. 30, 
1821, New Haven, Ct.; d. Sept. 9, 1849, Baugor, Me.; m. Apr. 10, 
1842, Lucinda, dan. of Samuel and Harriet Kidder of N. Y. C. iMr. 
Sanford eonnnenced steamboating as clerk and became master at 
the agre of twenty one. He resided in. New York City until the 
si)ring: of 1849, when he removed to Chelsea, I^Iass. 

They had three children. 

6348. Susan Harriet^, d. in infancy. 

6149.4-i\r;<ria Elizabeth, b. M^ay 4, 1845; u. July 29, 1905; ni. Touro Robertson. 

6150. Asa Mencnion, Jr., b. Oct., 1S47. 

2648. EDWARD HUNTINGTON' SANFORD {same dcsccni 
as 2647) b. June 1, 1S23, New Haven, Ct. ; d. Sept. 27, 18G5, St. 
Catharines, Ont. ; m. Dee. 19, 184G, I\Iary, dan. of John and Nancy 
(Dillaway) Foster, of Boston, Mass., b. Nov. 5, 1S27; d. Oct., 1862. 

]\lr. Sanford became niaster of a steamboat wheu about twenty 
one years of age, having previously served as clerk. After his 
marriage he settled in Bo.ston, Mass. 

They had one child. 

6151.+Johu Edward Mcnemous, b. Nov. 15, 1847; m. Martha Taylor. 

2( 50. CHARLES BENJAT\1L\" SANFORD {same descent as 
2647) b. ilay 23, 1828, New Haven, Ct. : d. Jan. 29, 1896, Searsport, 
]\le. : m. (1) June 23, 1850, Frances Pomeroy, dan. of Abner and 
Anna aiammond) Taylor, of Bangor, Me., b. Apr. IS, 1829; d. 
July 20, 185S: m. (2) Nov. 28, 18G0, ilarie Taylor, dau. of George 
S.mith and Anna (Taylor) French, b. Aug. 18, 1836; d. June 15, 
1874, Brooklyn, N. Y. ^Ir. Sanfoj-d commenced as a steamboat 
clerk and became master in 1S50, continuing as such until 1876, 
when he retired. After his first marriage he settled in Bangor, Me., 
but in 1852 removed to Brooklyn, N. Y. In '[^h'd he returned to 
Bangor, remaining until 1867, when he removed to Fort Point. ^Te. 

He had two children by first m.'n-iiage. 

G152.-f-Chnr]es EdvNardS b. Apr. 10, 18r.l ; in. Kate Laimbeer. 
6153. Kittie, b. Jan. 24, 1854, Lrooklyn, X. Y. ; d. Oct. 19. 1855. 



EIGHTH GENEI!ATION 



539 



2658. CHAUN'CEY J/ HUKD {Josiah WD7, Caiharine 441, 
Joseph 150, Xafho./iid 38, Ephravn 6, Thomas 1) b. Jau. 6, .TS20 
Sandgatp, Vt. ; d. Jau. 20, 1890, Cambridge, N. Y. ; in. Nov. 2, 1S4G,' 
Khoda A. Randall, b. Jan. G, 1827, Sandgate, ,Vt. 

Tliey liad five childrcu. 

615-1. Juan L.s Hurd, b. Dee. 11, 1S17; m. Jaue Rich. Ees., Chicago, 111. 
6155.-f-Albcrt J. Hnrd, b. Sent. 10, 1S49; lu. Lydia Kay. 

6156. Florence A. Hurd, b. Nov. 16, ISGl; lu. J. C. Barnett. 

6157. Monitt C. ITurd, b. A])r. 7, ISGO; d. Sept. 25, 1S77. 
615S.-(-C. Jar\-is Ilurd, b. May 17, 1SC3; m. Alice Hayes. 

2661. LAURA JANE^ SAXFORD {^VilUam 1102, Wait 446, 
Joseph 150, Nathaniel 3S, Ephralm 6, Tliomas 1) b. Nov. 6, 1825, 
Marion, N. Y.; m. ^lar. 18, ]S52, Asa B. Stoddard, b. Oct. 31, ISk! 
Willia7nsou, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 22, 190G, Cooper, Mieb. Res. KaIaina7uo 
]\rieh. 

Tbey had two eliildrou, born in Williamson, N. Y. 

6159.+"\Yil]iam Sanford* Stoddard, b. Ajir. 29, 185,3; d July 20, 189S; m. Carrio 

Goodrich. 
6160.4-Lxicien Hardiiif,' Stoddard, b. May 28, 1855; m. Laviiiia Pease. 

2663. JEANNETTE E.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2661) 
b. Oct. 2, 1830, Marion. N. Y. ; d. :\rar. 13, 1897, Washington, D. C. ; 
m. July, 1S.5G, Caineron C. Stoddard, b. Apr., 1830, Essex Co, N. Y.; 
d. Jan. 24, 187G. Caro, Mich. 

Tliey liad three children. 

616J. 4- William E.s Stoddard, b. Dec. 14, 1S57; m. Eva Draper. 
C162.-f Lillian :^r. Stoddard, b. May 31, 1859; m. Frank DuPaul. 
6103.+Crosby E. Stoddard, b. A.\\'^. 28, 1864; m. Wary Fatten. 

2666. SANFORD S.^ COGSWELL {rcrmelia 1103, ^Vait 
446, Joseph 150, Xathanicl 3S, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 17, 
1819, Williamson, N. Y. ; d. 1SS5, Ontario, N. Y. ; m. Amelia Ban- 
croft. 

They had fmir children. 

6164. Thomas'' Cogswell, d. in Uochester, N. Y. 

6165. Ella Cogswell, d. iu Kansas City. 

6166. Eelle Cogswell. 
61G7. Wellington Cogs\7eIl. 



SiO THE THOiiAS SANFORI) FAJ^DLY 

2667. MYRON' COGSWELL {same descent as 2660) b. Aug. 
31, 1S21, AYilliaiiisoii, N. Y.; d. 1875, Teconshia, Mich.; m. l^etsey 
Hai-t. 

They had four children. 

C16S. Frnrices Harts Cogswell. 

6] 09. Luiic{f<> Cogswell. ' 

C170. ?kLerr)inan Cogswell. 

6171. Mina Cogswell. 

2670. RICHMOND S." COGSWELL {same descent as 26G6) 
b. Aug. n, 182G, Williamson, N. Y. ; d. 1907, Kansas; m. Lydia 
Strectch. 

They liad four children. 

G172. Alnias Cogswell. 

r.173. Ida Cogswell. 

G174. Lucy Cogswell. 

CI 75. Sherman Cogswell. 

2674. MERRITT' COGSWELL {same descent as 26G6) b. 
Nov. 1, 1836, Williamson, N. Y. ; d. 1906, Blis^sfield, ]\lieh.; m. i\Lary 
Alma. 

They had three cliildreu. 

6176. Carrie" Cogswell. 

6177. Giace Cogswell. 

6178. Wellinglou Cogswell. 

2677. THERON' SANFORD {Lcman IWd, Wait 446, Joseph 
JfiO, KatlianieJ 3S, Ephraini 6, Thomas 1) b. ^lar. 10, 1837, Marion, 
N. Y.; m. June 19, 1865, Lydia A. Potter, \^. May 26, 1844, Wal- 
worth, N. Y. Res. Walworth, N. Y. 

They had one child. 
6179. -f Eugene T.^, b. Feb. II, 1SG7; m. Martha Olson. 

2678. REY. BYRAM GREEN^ SANFORD, V^. D. {same 
descent as 2077) b. Oct. 13, 1843, ifarion, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 23, 1883, 
Flora Bleu, b Dec. 8, 1848, Dresden, Me.; d. Sept. 2, 1907, Felts 
INIills, N.Y. jMr. Sanford was educated for the ministry at Wcsleyan 
University, Ct., graduating in 1874, and in the theological depart- 
ment of Boston University, from which he was graduated in 1883. 
In 1875-6 he taught elocution in the Troy Conference Academy at 
Poultney, Yt. Entering the ministry in 1878, he began his work at 
Sodus Point, N. Y., and has had the following charges: 



EIGHTH GENERATION 541 



]\Iottville and Skaneatelcs Falls — Boston University — Bangor, 
N. Y. — —Fori Jackson, N. Y.— Lisbon, N. Y.— Louisville, N. Y.— 
Buck's Bridge, N. Y. — Ivichville, N. Y. — Volnoj'-, N. Y. — Evans 
MWh, N. Y.—Su pern vane, N. Y.~Betka)iy Clmreh, Watertovvn, N. 
Y. — and Point Peninsula, N. Y. 

While pastor of Betliany cluireli in Watcrtown, tlie many 
friends of Rev. and ]Mrs. Sanfoi-d tendered them a delightful sur- 
prise party on the occasioii of their twcn.lietii wedding annivei-sary. 

They had four children. 

6180. fJdmuBd?, b. Dec. 7, 1884, Baugor, N. Y.; m. Doc, 1907, I^'lossie 

Brain nrd. Ees., Felts Mills, N. Y. 

6181. JvlorriK, b. Dee. 27, ISSG, Lisbon, N. Y.; now (1908) a soi-hoinore in 

Syracnso University. 
eiS2. ElvvTi, b. June 1, ISSS, Biir^k's Bridge, N. Y. 

6183. Lemau, b. Oct. 1, 1890, Buck's Bridge, N. Y. 

2682. A^rELTA JANE^ SANFOPD {V/alicr 1107, Wait 446, 
Joseph 150, Xathanicl 38, Eplrraira 6, Tkoir-as 1) b. Sept. 12, 1845; 
m. June 12, 1873, Wilbur P. McE^Yen. Pes. Chicago, 111. 

I^hey had three children. 

6184. Fred B.s McEwen, b. Apr. 20, 1874, Decatur, 111.; d. Aug. 20, 1S74, 

Kendall, N. Y. 
6185. -f Grace L'aymnnd lvIcE-\vori, b. July 8, 1875; v.\. Alexander Lawrie. 

6186. Walter Eollin ilcEwcn, b. July 11, 1878, Fort Wayne, Ind.; m. Sept. 

28, 1907, Helena Stearns. Res,, Chicago, 111. 

2683. SKEKRILL niGBY' SANFOPD {same descent as 
2682) b. Oct. 12, 1846: m. Oct. 15, 1885, Margaret Ashnum. Uv. 
Sanfoi'd connneneed mercantile business in Keidall, N. Y. in 1872 
and still continues a successful business. He has been -.town clerk 

four terms postmaster during Cleveland's administration and 

for the last ten years has been agent for the Ilaitford aiad Home 
Fire Insurance Companies. 

They had four children. 

6187. William Aslnnun'-, b. Oct. 7, 1886; d. Oct. IS, 1896. 

6188. J.Iary V. S., b. Feb. 22, ISSS. 

6189. Katherinc P., b. Jan. 24, 1890. 

6190. Sherrill Higby, Jr., b. Feb. 25, 1892. 

2684. ELBERT ALPIN^ SANFOPD {same descent as 26S2) 
b. Apr. 1, 1849. d. Feb. 6, 187G, Kendall, N. Y. ; m. June 1, 1871, 
Mary A. Bridgman. 

Thev hnd four childv^-n. 



5^2 THE TIIOAIAS SANFORIO FAMILY 



GlPl. + Ilaruld Eugenes, b. Apr. 12, 3S72; m. Grace Wall. 
6192.+Charlcs Bridgman, b. Juno 10, 1873; m. Gallic Rich. 
6193.+Wa]tor RoUin, b. May 5', 1S75; ni. Lnana Spriug. 
C19-l.+Kathorino Isabel, b. Mar. 8, 1877; in. G. Francis Eitz. 

2G86. ELMINA^ VriLCOX (Louisa 1103, ^yaii 446, Josrpi 
150, Naihaniel 38, Ephraini 6, Thomas 1) b. Au-. 9, 18^0, :Marion 
N. Y.; m. Mar. 18, 1874, Michael T^rcKuen, b. Aug. 9, IS^o' Marion' 
N. Y. Res. ]\rarion, N. Y. 

The.y liad three children, all borii in :\rarion, N. Y . 

6195. ]sTary L.s McKuen, b. May 2, 1875; m. Young. 

619G.-[-Lil]ian McKnen, b. Aug. 17, 1877; m. Wellington Morse. 
C1S7. Herman McKuou, b. Nov. 6, 1880. 



NINTH GENEEATION 543 



NINTH .CEIsLER-ATION 

2696. CHARLES 11/^ SAKFORD {Glover 1113, Li/J'c 449, 
Neheiriiah 156, Joseph 58, Ezekicl 9, Ezekicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Mar. 
24, lS23,^Bridgewa.ter, Ct. ; cl. March 8, 1908, Bridgeport, Ct. ; m. 
Jau. 20, 1847, Snsau Adeline, dau. of Lyman Smitli, b. Jan. 27, 
1825, Bridgewater, Ct. ; d. Apr. 13, 1906, Bridgeport, Ct. 

They had two children born in Bridgevrater, Ct. 

619S. Susan Smitli^, b. June 29, 1850; iinm. Ecs., Bridgcporl, Ct. 
6199. Charles Glover, b. May 11, 1S56; m. Nov. 20, 1879, Emily Manchester 
Lov>e of Eliiiira, N. Y. Ees., Bridgeport, Ct. 

2697. HOMER B.« SANFORD {sa^ne descent as 2696) b. 
Jnne 17, 1824, Bridgewaier, Ct. ; d. Jan. 30, 1903, Bridgeport, Ct.; 
m. il) ?Jay 18, 1847 Ophelia, dnn. of Lymrn Fcnn b. Jan. 17, 1829, 
Roxbury, Ct. ; d. Sept. 13, 1S56; m. (2) Nov. 25, 1858, Jane E., 
dau. of Epbraini Frc)v?h, of Washington, D. C, b. Mar. 7, 1832, 
Bridgewater, Ct. Res. Bridgeport, Ct. 

He bad two children by first and four by second marriage all 
born in Bridgewater, Ct. 

C200. Estclle B.b, b. May 27, 1854; d. 187-1. 

6201. Ox'helia Fannie, b. June 16, 185(5. 

6202.+Frcdcrick Homer, b. July 13, 1S59; m. Anna Westbrook. 

6203.+Alicc J., b. Mar. 8, 1863; m. Philo Olis. 

6204. Jennie, b. Dec. 25, 1864. 

6205. Bertha, b. Sept. 3, 1S6S; in. June 4, 189G, Henry La^vrencc WiLkinson 

of Providence, I\. I. 

2G93. FREDERICK S.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2696) 
b. Feb. 19, 1826, Bridgewater, Ct. ; d. Nov. 29, 1876,' Bridgeport, 
Ct.; m. (1) i^Iay 21, 1849, :Mary Adeline, dau. of Alnion Treat, b. 
Sept. 4, 1828, Bridgewater, Ct. ; d. Aug. 31, 1867, Bridgewater, Ct. ; 
ni. (2) Apr., 1870, Sabra E. Howe, b. Aug. 22, 1832, Anjherst, Mass. 

He had two children by first marriage, born in Bridgewater, Ct. 

6206. Emma C.f, b. Nov. 4, 1851; d. M.ir. 29, 1877, Bridgeport, Ct. 

6207. Nellie, b. June 30, 1853; m. Oct., 187(;, Lucius W. Shepard, b. Oct. 

27, 1S49, J^ethel, Ct.; d. May 7, 1884, Bridgeport, Ct. 

2G99. EDAYIN (\.' SANFORD {same descent as 2696) b. 
May 25, 1832, Bridgewater, Ct. ; d. May 11, 1905, Bridgeport, Ct.; 
m. May 29, lS54,Emily, dau. of Dr. Horace Judson, b. Nov. 22, 1832, 



544 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 

Bridgewater, Ct. ; d. Jan. 6, 1890, Bridgeport, Ct. jNFr. Sauford was 
Pres. of the City Nat'l. Bank of Bridgeport. 

Tliey had four children, all except ]Mabel born in I'ridgewatcr, 
Ct. 

620S.+ Julia E.», b. Oct. 20, 1855; m. Goodwin Stoddard. 
6209.+Emily Adeline, b. May 16, 1859; m. Frank Hiird. 
6210.+G]over E., b. Oct. 21, 18G3 ; d. Mar. 1, 1891; m. Ada Rockwell. 
6211.-f Mabel J., b. Sept. 2, 1S73, Bridgeport, Ct.; m. Erwin Jenninn-s. 

2701. CHARLES SIIERMAN^^ SANFORD (Bohcrt IIU, 
Nehemiah 453, Kchtyniah 156, Joseph 5S, Ezeldd 9, EzeJdcl 2, 
Thomas 1) b. Aug. 22, 1808, ^^ew Milford, Ct. ; d. Dec. 1, 1881, 
Rootstown, 0.; 111. Mar. 13, 1833, Deborah S^pobnan, d. at Oakland, 
Cal. 

They had four children, all born in Rootstown, 0. 

6212. + Slierman LeGrand'^', b. July 11, 1S3.-5; d. Jan. 4, ISGl; m. Harriet 

Harmon. 
C21i. Luther Eobcrt, b. Dec. 21, 1S37; d. Feb. 20, 1863, Frankfort, Ky.; 

m. Seiit. 5, 18G1, Frances L. Braiuard, b. in Bandolpli, O. >To 

children. Dr. Sanford was Second Lieutenant of Company I., 104 

liej,'iment, Ohio Y. I. 

6215. + Fe,stus Marcus, b. June 14, 1842; d. Feb. 3, 1873; m. Harriet Upron. 

6216. + Oel Merlo, b. Dec. 17, 1S4S; m. Sarah Locke. 

2702. WUjLTAM J.^ sanford {same descent os 2701) b. 
May 24, 1810, New ^lilford, Ct. ; d. Oct. 3, 1892, Kent, 0. ; m. Sept. 
25, 18n, Lavina Beach, b. Dec. 8, 1808; Cornwall, Ct. ; d. Jan. 28, 
1897, Kent, 0. IMr. Sanford traveled for the American Tract 
Society for a nnmber of years. In 1855, he moved to Harden, Co., 
Ohio, and bont,dit a farm. Tie was a local preacher for year^;, con- 
nected with the :\rethodist Chnrch. After the war he sold His farm 
and moved to Kent, Ohio, where the remainder of liis life was spent. 

They had seven children, all born in Rootstown, 0. 

6217. -f Emerson L.o, b. July 0, 18.'"<2; d. July 17, 1SS9; m. Eachcl Reese. 
e218.-f Percil L., b. July 23, 1834; m. Eliza Avery. 
6219.4-Selden Xehcmiah, b. May 14, 1S3G; m. Emily Baldwin. 
6220.+Geortje Baldwin, b. May 0, 1838; d. May 31, 1864; m. Mary Kitchell. 

6221. Lucinda Lavina, b. Jan. 10, 1840; d. Apr. 15. 1852, Rootstown, O. 

6222. Addii-ou V/.. ],. Nov. 28, 1842; d. Apr. 20, 1862, in the army at 

Moorfield. Ya. Private in S2d Olilo Yol. 
6223.4-EvaliMe Eli/abrth, b. Ajir. 2S, ]S14; m. George Stauffer. 



NINTH GENERATION 54J 



i^703. SALLY MARINDA^ SANFORD {mme descent as 
-2701) b. May 9, 1812, New Milford, Ct. ; d. Sept. 14, 1S70, AVliito- 
ford, ]\rich. ; m. Nov. 6, 1834, Alanson Smith, b. Apr. 5, 1809, in 
New York State; d. Nov. 2G, 1890, Petersburg, Mieb. 

Tbcy had ton cJiildren. 

e224. + C]annda Mal.elr- Smith, b. Feb. 23, 1S36; m. Franklin Hall. 

622o.+Ssinuel Sanford Smith, b. Apr. 6, 183S; ni. Viola Gk'ason. 

6226. Orin Anders Smith, b. Jan. .19, 1840; d, Aug. 4, 1S54. 

C227. + Amelia Deborah Smith, b. Apr. 24, 1S42; ra. Chaiinccy Smith. 

622S.+Zilpha Mariah Smith, b. Oct. 24, 1843; m. David Liise. 

C229. + Cali?ta Antoinette Smith, b. Oft. 12, 184--; m. Dif;hton Gleason. 

6230. Alvan Alanson Smith, b. Oct. 2-5, 1S47; d. Nov. 27, 1873. 

6231.-|-Nancy Jane Smith, b. Oct. 19, 1S49; d. Jan. 24, 1892; m. Andrew White, 

6232. -f Albert Walker Smith, b. Sept. 23, IS.O'I; m. Amelia Perkins. 

6233.-|-Almon Sidney Smith, b. Apr. 13, 1853; m. Elma Warren. 

2704. CLARA i\IINERVA'^ SANFORD {same descent as 
2701) b. Nov. 21, 1813; d. Nov. 12, 1904, Rootstov/n, 0.; m. Jan. 3, 
1837, Alfred H. Barlow, b. Jan. 3, 3 815; d. Oct. 14, 1SS9, Roots- 
town 0. 

They had five children. 

6234. Fobert Levis Barlow, b. Apr. 11, 1840; d. Jan. 10, 1841. 
6235.-|-Sarah Elizabetli Barlow, b. Nov. 14, 1841; d. May 11, 1867; m. IT. S. 

Colt on. 
623G. Frederick Watson Barlovr, b. Jan. 22, 1844, Eootstown, O.; d. June 22, 

1872, Rootstowii, O.; m. Nov. 24, 1864, Sarah Bingham (Brigham). 
6237. -[-Laura Melissa Barlow, b. Dec. 1, 1849; m. Joseph Bradshaw. 
6238. -f Addison Miner Barlow, b. Sept. 30, 1852; m. Alice Erudshaw. 

2705. PETER IIARYEY^ SANFORD {same descent as 
■2701) b. Nov. 10, 1815; d. Sept. 30, 1873, Kent, 0.; m. (1) Oct. 
10, 1843, ^Irs. Sally (Starr) Hayes, b. June 10, 1815; m. (2) Apr. 
4, 1S60, Lovina Arlon. 

ITe had five cliildren by first marriage. 

6239. Emmao, b. Feb. 22, 184.J; d. Feb. 24, 184.5. 

6240. Aurilla Mabel, b. May 25, 1847; d. Oct. 10, 1S6G. 

6241. Sarah, b. Feb. 26, 1849; d. Feb. 27, 1849. 

6242. Comfort Robert, b. Jan. 12, 18-51. 

6243. Mary Abby Eosetto, b. Feb. 18, 1S56; m. Charles Eodman of New Yurk. 

270G. SA:ML1EL HARRISON^ SANFORD {sawe descent as 
'2701) b. June 7, ISIS; d. Oct. 6, 1875, Larue, 0.; m. Nov. 12, 1S4G, 
Betsey Frazier. 

They had two children. 
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546 THE T]IOMAS SAKFORD FAMILY 

6244. Josepli A.p, b. Oct. 5, 1850. Ees., Larue, O. 
C245. Milo Erastus, b. Mar. 10, ISCO. Eec, Larue, O. 

2703. HANNAH ]■ LIZABETII^ SANFOXID {same descent 
as 2701) b. Mar. 15, 1828, rvooistown, 0.; m. Oct. 17, 1843, Reviio 
Newton Avery, of River Falls AVis., b. Dec. 23, 1824; d. Oct. 13, 
190G, Clevis, Cal. Res., Clevis, Cal. 

They had eight children. 

6246.4-Yiola A.o Avery, b. Now 29, ]S45; m. James Weeks. 

6247.+Ettie Mabel Avery, b. July 24, 1850; m. Henry Worthington. 

624S.+Mary Yeriiuda Avery, b. Juue 20, 1855; ni. Alexander Youells. 

G249. Frank Harvey Avery, b. May 20, 1S57, Charleston, Micli.; d. Sept. 18, 

1S57, Charleston, Mich. 
G2o0.-f Edith Tone Avery, b. Jan. 29, 1S50; m. Froonie Watson. 
6251. AVilliam Harvey Avery, b. Aug. 17, ISGO, Charleston, Mich.; m. July 

24, ISSO, Mary E. Avery. No children. 
6252.+Lydia Evangeline Avery, b. June 12, 1863; m. Frederick Leavitt. 
6253.+Robert Clyde Avery, b. Oct. 28, 1870; ra. Bertha Crapsey. 

2710. ELIZA ALICE^ CARTER {Electa 1116, NchcuucJi 
453, Xchemialt ir,6, Joseph 5S, Ezcldel 9, Ezeldcl 2, Thoinas 1) b. 
July 16, 1824; m. Dec. 7, 1842, Daniel Wilson. 

They had two cliildren. 

6254. George Philo^' Wilson, b. July 21, 1846; d. early. 

6255. Delia Anna Wilson, b. Jan. 12, 1849. 

2711. SALAIOX S.^ CARTER {sarac descent as 2710) b. May 
5, 1826; m. Jan. 19, 1849, Lucinda Cass. 

They had five children. 

6256. Electa ^rnry Aun^ Carter, b. July 15, 1851. 

6257. Ellen Eliza Carter, b. May 18, 1852. 

6258. Fannie K. Carter, b. May 1, 1858. 

6259. Lincoln Hamlin Carter, b. Oct. IS, 1860. 
6200. Ashley Carter, b. Sept. 0, 1866. 

2712. NORVAL r>EACH^ CARTER {same descent as 2710) 
b. ^lar. 13, 1828; m. June 26, 1849, I^lary Louisa Bird. 

They h;id five children. 

6261. Alice Amanda^ Carter, b. Mar. 6, 1S51. 

6262. Flora Anna Carter, b. Feb. 23, 1S54, 

6263. George Noival Bird Carter, b. Nov. 5, 1856. 

6264. William Peter Carter, b. l^lay 15, 1859. 
62G5. Frank Eugene Carter, b. June 10, 1861. 



NINTH GENEEATION 547 



2714. HENRY M.« CARTER (same descent as 2710) b 
May 19, 1833 ; in. Harriet Seymour. 
Tliey lind two children. 

6266. Alicos Carter. 

6267. Ilcnry Dawes Carter. 

2716. LORENZO DAYIGHT^ SANFORI) (Garry 1117, Nehe- 
miuh 453, Nehemiah 156, Joseph 58, Ezchiel 9, Ezehkl 2, Thomas 1) 
b.Sept. 25^1824, Rootstown, 0.; m. Nov. 8, 1848, Susan Wooster 
b. Mar. 18, 1828, Rridgewatcr, Ct. Mr. Sanford is head of the 
brokerage firm of L. Y). Sanford & Co., and is ^^•ide]y knovai in Ids 
city. On Nov. 9, 1908, lie, with ]\Irs. Sanford, celebrated their GOtli 
anniversary. Res., Bridgeport, Ct. 

They had three children. 

6268.+^rorys, b. Oct. 7, ISiO; 111. Cornelins Elr.koplcc. 

6269. + .7ohn booster, b. .July 17, l?r,i- m. Lucy Keyi.olds. 

6270. Martha, d. in infaucy. 

2717. PERRY L.^^ SANFORD {same descent as 2710) h 
May 23, 1826; m. Dec. 25, 1850, Harriet L. AYih-o::, b. July 10, 1832. 
They resided in Blooming Valley, Pa. 

They had four children. 

6271. Eldon Garryo, b. May 30, 1S53 ; d. Sept. 30, 3SG0. 

6272. Florence M., b. Sept. 1, 1S%; m. Nov. 9, I'sS], Richard (Nicholas) P. 

Ward of Blooming Valley, Pa., b. June 11, 1856. 

6273. Eertha G., b. June 30, ISGO; d. Feb. 2S, 1S7J 

6274. Martha (adopled), b. Jvfay IS, 1875. 

2718. HENRY M.'^ SANFORD {same descent as 2716) b. 
Mar. 6, 1828, Hudson, 0.; d. Oct. 27, 1904, Hudson, 0.; m. (1) 
July 4, 1849, Harriet, dan. of Hiram Thompson, b. Jan. 28, 1829, 
Hudson, 0.; d. ilay 1, 18C8; m. (2) Nov. 3, 1870, Sarali, dan. of 
Elijah Thompson, b. Aug. 25, 1832, Hudson, 0. Res., Hudson, 0. 

He had four eliildren by first marriage. 

6275.-fE]]a S.^ b. .Tuly 22, ]'J54; m. Thoodi.re I'anl. 

6270. Mary Ida, b. Mar. IS, ISOr,, Hudson, O.; ni. Jan. ], 1S91, Walter Benncr. 

No children. Res., Cleveland, O. 
6277.4-Hat<ie H., b. Au^. 15, 1SC3; m. Rev. John Berry. 
6278. Anna, b. Jnly 3, ISGf., Warren, Wis.; d. CXt. 10, ISGO, Warren, Wis. 



548 THE THO^TAS SANPOr;!) FAMILY 



2719, EANSO:\i M.« R.\Xf'('Kl) Uamc descent as :y/16) ],. 
May 26, 1S30, Iludson, 0.; lu. Nov. 3!), 1S5G, :\iary Harmon, b. in 
Aurora, 0. IJes. Iludsoji, 0. 

They had four cliildrcu^ all liorii in Hudson, 0. 

G27n. + Ua)TOon J1.&, b. fiec. 3, lS5y; J. Auif. 11, ]i'OG; m. Jennie Doyle. 

C;;80.-fE,]^vard G., b. Feb. IH, lsG2; n:. Chira '^Stoucr". 

Gf^Sl. CliC-irles Hansom, b. Dec. 13, 1S67; in. Mar. 10, 1S94, Jennie Dodgt', b. 

Kavenna, 0. iN'o chilcli'oii. l-tcs., Hudson, O. 
6£82.+r;nrt Sheldon, b. Feb. 51, 1S70; m. Euth Ely. 

2722. ELECTA A.« SANFORD {sanic descent as ;:7J6) h. 
July 2E 1S39; m. Jiuie 20, 1S6S, Abel EnderliiJl. Eo^ided iu 
Akron, 0. 

Tiiey liad t^'.•o children. ^ 

er.S'S. Clarence A.^' Underbill, b. Jniy 09. ]873. 

6284. Jennie (TTall) Tlndejliill (adopied). 

2725. GEOEGE A.^ SANEOED {Beach 11:18, NpJiemiah 453, 
Xchchiich 150, Joseph 53, Bzeldel 9, Ezelnel 2, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 
15, J82fJ, Eeddin-. Ct. ; d. Dec. 9, 1851, Eootslown, 0.; in. Jaia. 1, 
1851, ^I'ary Jane, dan. of James Perrv' of ]^Jdi)d>urg]i, 0. 

They liad one ciiild. 

6285. Elbert W.9, b. Sei>t. 9, 1S5.^. 

2726. LYMAN B.^ SANFGED {same descent a.^ 2725) b. 
Mar. 17, 1820, Ecddmiv, CL ; m. Oct. 19, 1S51, Eliza, dan. of Lav:v 
Cam]) of Euoi.flown, 0., b. S.-^cpt. 24, 183E ^Ir. Saniord Avas a 
farnKu. ITc lived in Eoots1o\vn four years, and in W^iscon.sinsi'v- 
tc-cn yecirs, aftt-r vriiich lu' returned to Eootstown. He tlu-n Avenl 
into tin: tin and ?,love busine.vs at Eootstown, 0. 

They had fonc chihL-cn. 

G286. Edwin A.^ b. Mar. 10, 1S53 ; d. Sept. 18, 1853. 

62S7.4-Laoey P.., b. Kov. ]0, 1851; m. Evelyn Frencli. 

62r-S. Albert C, b Aug. W, ISfil ; ni. 18S0, Eerlha Keller, lie is a bardv.-are 

dealer in YJootstown, O. 
f.280. Frank W., b. Aug. 9, 1873. 

27?,7. EAVIE 115 S.VXEOiH) {.:,tm,: descent as 2725) b. 
Dec. n, E^oO, E(ddinL^ Cl. ; m. Pet-. 21, 18GL Eilena Hondric'k. 
Thtv had V':o cliildren. 



XT^^TJ]' GEXERATION 549 



ClTiO. Cafharinp Y\'.o, h. .luly 20, 1SG2. 
629]. Kl£'rt7ior E., b, Nov. 15, ]S64. 

2729. OLT^ER D.^ SANFOIJD {s^anw descent as 2725) h. 

JniiC 17, 1843, Kootsiown, 0.; m. ]\Iaiy — . 

Ono rliild v,-as 

62P2.+0'eorge E.f, m. Bur-ic YYortliiugtoii. 

2731. HOliACE N/ SA><FOr{D {nenrij 1119, Xclicmiah 
453, Xchihiioh 156, JoscpJt 58, E-ckicl 9, 'KzcHel 2, Thomas 1) b. 
Jau. 4, 1S41, New Milford, Ct. ; d. Sept. 5, 18S9, Bridgewater, Ct.; 
m. Nov. 29, 1867. Dora 'M., dan. of George i\i. Kassoja, b. June, 1838, 
Betlilehem, Ct. 

He enlisted in 1862 in Company IT, Nintoeiith Eej^iinent of 
Connecticut Volunteer,-^, and sej-ved tln-ee years, being proinotcd 
to tlie rank of Sergeant h^ the Seeond Ciijineciicut ArJilL'-ry. Yie 
was wounded tliree times: at Cold Harbor June 1, 1861-, and t\vice 
at Slrasburg. Oct. 19, 1801, and was also in tlic battles of Vv^inches- 
ter, l^'is^ier's Hill, Cedar Creek, Port Fislier and Petersburg After 

I the war he settled on the ohl horiiestead witli his fatjicr. 

; They had three eliildren. 

I G2D3. .ToKvicve T.s b. Mar. JS, 3872; m. Jiiiu> P, 1SP7, Ecv. Willi-m W. 

•i Wallaet, a missiounrT in Medura, India. 

I 6294. Reury C, b. Apr. ].j, 1S75- Graduntc Yale Academic Class 1903. Kes., 

! Eridgewatcr, Ct. 

I 0295. V,-. Lcllo E.. 1). A]P.-. ?;», ISTO. }ler,., Brid^npwatcr. Ct. 

I 2765. COKNEUrS STABR^ :\10L'EnO!;)SE {Charh-s 1102, 

j Aaron 470, Ann 159, Joseph 58, Ez'cJdcl 9,KzeUicl 2, Thomas 1) m. 

I Dec. 1, 1852, Elix.a, dan. of \Yilliani Kimberly, d. Jan. 8, 1899. 1\y. 

Morelioa^;c has been since 1859 a member of the booh-priutiug house 
of Tut Me, ^Morehouse <Sc Taylor of Ne\v ITaveu, Ct. 
They had one child. 

6296.+Mary LouisfO Morol'ouse, b. July 10, 1S5G; m. Kev. E.df\-iji LitiC^;. ■. 

2767. HORATIO'^ IMARSUALL (Jchanvah 1:169, Solomon 
482, JoF.eph 161, Joseph 58, Kzchiel 9, hhihid 2, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 
'28, 1815, Plattsbuj-g, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 14, 1S73; m. Sept. 19, 1838, 
Amanda Ararshall. a ccusiu, of Roaltuey, YL. ]Mr. iiai'shall was a 
broker in N. V. C. 

They had one child. 



550 THE TIIOirAS RANFOJID FAMILY 



6297. Amelia" Marshall, b. June 6, 1841, N. Y. C; d. Aup. 31, l'<74, Green 
Bay, Wis.; m. May 23, 1871, Henry Eailcy. Mr. Biiilcy v. as a 
manufacturer and they resided in Green Bay, Wis. 



2768. AI\1ANDA« MARSHALL {same descent as 27G7) b. 
Aug. 29, ISl'J, Plaltsburg, N. Y. ; in. Aug., 1846, John M. Douglas. 
i\Ir. Douglas was a lawyer in Chicago, 111. 

They had four children. 

C29S. ArchiuP Douglas, b. Xov., 1849; d. Nov., 1852. 

C.299. Helen Douglas, b. .Ian. 3, 18-52; in. Oct. C3, 1872, James Charnley. 

Three children. Mr. C'harnley is a merohant in Chicago, Til. 
G300. Anne Douglas, b. Aug., 1S54; m. Dec. 31, 1S79, Walter l\eef. One 

child. Mr. Neef is an editor in Chicago, 111. 
C301. John Douglas, b. Aug. 22, 1859. 

2769. ALVA SANFOKD'^ MARSHALL {same descent as 
2767) b. Apr. 22, 1821, Plattsburg, N .T.; d. Dec. 8, 186S; m. May 
8, 1843, Electa S. Culver. He wa.s a merchaiit in Elleuburg, N. Y. 

Tliey had four children, all born in Elk-nburg, N. Y. 

G302. Florence Amandaa Marshall, b. :Mar. 12, 1844; d. Sept. 13, 1845. 
6303.+Florenoe Aninnda Marshall, b. Sept. 2, 1847; m. Henry Adams. 
6301.4-Ada Amelia Marshall, b. Nov. 18, 1850; ni. Waller Hathaway. 

6305. Eimer E. Marshall, b. Apr. 14, ISGl. 

2770. REV. LORENZO^ MARSHALL {same descent as 
2767) b. Apr. 7, 1824, Plattsburg, N. Y. ; ni. ]\lar. 28, 1854, Kath- 
eriue Elmore. Res. (3884), Johnstown, N. Y. 

They had five cliildren. 

6306. Julius Ebiioreo Marshall, b. Sept. 19, 1850; d. Feb. 8, 187 7. 

6307. Ella Kate Marshall, b. Apr. 23, 1859. 
eSDS. Lottie Jane Marshall, b. May 19, 1867. 

6309. Mhia .Vnianda l^Iarshall, b. Apr. 22, 1SG9. 

6310. Charles Lorenzo Marshall, b. Nov. 16, 187 0. 

2772. DELIA AXN-^ :\rARSHALL {same descent as^ 2767) 
b. July, 1828, Plattsburg, N. Y. ; d. 1SS3, Ellenburg, N. Y. : m. LSOl, 
Luthe?- S. Carter. J\c v/as a niercliant in Ijlk'nburg, N. Y. 

Tliey ]\ad one child. 

6311. Carrie" Crn-ter, b. 1S5C, Ellenburg, N. Y.; ni. 1875, Charles Hagar of 

Ellenburg, N. Y. One child. 



NINTJI GENEEATION 551 



2773. SIDNEY E.« MAliSHALL {same descent as 2767) b. 
Sept. 2, 1830, Plattsburg, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 24, 1875, Rebecca Fox. 

TJicy had two children, born in Ellenburg, N. Y. 

6312. Sir.ney E.» Marshall, b. 1877. 
G313. Dora Delia Marsliall, b. 1881. 

2774. STEPHEN BRADLEY^ SANFORD {E^ljon 1170, 

Sohmon 433, Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezekicl 9, Ezeliel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. Jan. 10, 181G, Williston, Yt. ; d. Sept. 10, 1889, Lincoln, Neb. ; m. 
Dec. 1, 1836, Mary Ann, dan. of Caleb B. and Jemima (Morton) 
Smith, b. Mar. 12, 1815, "Williston, Yt. ; d. Jan. 19, 1S02, Lincoln, 
Neb. They went ^Vest and settled in Washington, la. 
They had .^ix cliildren. 

6314.+i:]lcu Caroline^, b. Apr. 16, ]S3S; d. Xov. ?A, 1857; ni. J. F. Bro^Tn. 
6315.4-Frcderiok Smith, b. Oct. 28, 38 10; d. .Jau. 8, ISSo; m, Virj:nnia Daiira. 
6316. Emily Corniug, b. Aug. 29, 1842, Williston, Yt.; d. Sept. 3, 1843, 

Willistou, Yt. 
6317.+MKry Jane, b. Aug. 23, 1844; m. (1) Jaoics Caufidd; m. (2) W. Cr. 

Taylor. 

6318. Cleora :Morton, b. Dee. 11, 184G, Irasburg, Yt.; d. Apr. IG, 1905, 

Lineolu, Neb.; m. (1) Llarcli 17, 1875, Kiclimoud II. Fountain, b. 
Jan. 9, 1847, Mislla^Yaka, Ind.; d. March 17, 1877, Sau Anlonio, 
Texas; m. (2) Sept. 22, 1883, A. D. Wilkinson, M. D., b. Oct. 3, 
1855, in Penn. He was a physician in St. Louis, INIo. 

6319. Henry Martin, b. Sept. ^^r^, 1849, Williston, Yt. Ees. (18S4), Wash- 

ington, la. 



277G. AURELIA MARIA^ SANFORD {same descent as 
2774) b. Nov. 19, 1821, W^illiston, Yt. ; d. Jan. 10, 1894, Bnrlinyton, 
Yt.; m. June 1, 1840, Rev. OrviJle Gould W' heeler, b. Aug. 15, 1817, 
Charlotte, Yt. ; d. Feb. 1, 1892, Bnrlingto]), Yt. He was pastor of 
the Congregational Church at Sonth Hero, Yt., for more than forty 
years. His grandfather, Peter ^A^leeler, was killed at tlie massacre 
of "Wyoming, Pa. 

They liad three children. 

6320.+Henry Orson'-* Wheeler, b. Oct. 7, 1841; ni. Elizabeth Martin. 

6321. Frances "Mary Wheeler, b. July 18, 1844, South Hero, Yt.; d. July 15, 

1894, Burlington, Yt. ; unm. 

6322. + Sheldon Uarley Y'heelcr, b. July 20, 1850; m. Mary Clark (Eandou). 



552 THE THOMAS 8ANF0ED FAlsriLY 



2777. ]\IARY AI^IANDAs SANFOKD {same descent as 2774) 
b. Apr. 30, 1827, Willistoi^ Vt. ; d. 1877, Williston, Vt. ; m. George, 
son of Bird aiid Susan (Law) LaTidon. 

Tliey luid two cliildrm. 

6323. Stanlcjo Lrn don. 

6324. Charles Lnndcn. 

2780. 11A]U- ELIZABETH^ SANFORD {Tahnadge 1172, 
Solomon 4S2, Joseph 161, Josc-ph 5S, EzcMel 9, Ezclnd 2, Thomas 1) 
b. Aug. 30, 1823, Hincsburg, Vt. ; d. Feb. 26, 1888, West Addison, 
Vt. ; m. Apr. 2, 1844, Avery D. Ilalcli, b. Aug. 30, 1824, Hincsburg, 
Vt. ; d. Feb. 26, 1868, West Addison, Vt. 

They had one child. 

6325. Jennie^ Hatcli, b. Sept. 26, 1S57, West Addison, A' t. ; ra. Oct. 17, 1S83, 

Willis A. Ilindcs, b. Feb. 6, 1S59, Eridiiorl, Yt. No children. Kes., 
Warren, IVtass. 

2781. ALVA K1RK« SANFORD {same descent as 2780) b. 
Jan. 11, 1826, Hinesburg, Vt. ; d. Nov. 6, 1895, Johnstown, 0.; m. 
July 4, 1851, Sarah Land, b. Mar. 26, 1831, North Straffordshire, 
Eng. 

Tliey liad ten children. 

6326.H-Mar.y Jane", b. June 4, 1S52; ni. IMuusou Butt. 

6327.+Williani Kirk, b. Mar. 29, 1S54; m. Silvia Hoover. 

6328.+Charles Sydney, b. Oct. 16, 1S55; m. Emma Clouse. 

6329. + Thomas Homy, b. July 3, 1857; ni. (1) Enmia "Tharp"; ni. (2) Cl.-^.ra 

Hoover. 
6330.-1- Caroline Lorraiue, b. Jan. 17, 1S60; in. Paiker Tip]iett. 
6331.+Georgc Frederick, b. Sept. IC, 1S62; :n. Julia Ewers. 
6332.+Frank Alva, b. Sei)t. 19, 1865; m. Amanda Mcl^wee. 
6333. + Ann Elizabeth, b. Mar. 13, 1S71; m. Byron Evans. 
G334. Sarah May, b. ifay 17, 1875. Eos., Johnstown, O. 
6335. Infant, d. in infaricy. 

2784. JOSEPH HART\10N'^ SANFORD (same descent as 
27S0) b. :\rar. 11. LS32, Hincsburg, Vt. ; d. July 21, 1895, Granville, 
0.; m. ]\lar. 6, .1854, ^lary Reecc, b. Mar. 12, 1835, iMonlgomciy- 
shire, Wales. 

They had two childrcji, born in GranvilU', 0. 

6336.^-Lucy Augusta», b. Sept. 7, 1855; m. Herbert Bolford. 
6337. Frank Talinadore, b. Apr. 18, 1860; ra. Apr. 4, 1903, Clara Dean Liebcr, 
b. Sept. 17, 1S74, Antioch, 111. 



NINTH GENEEATION 



2787. EDGAR AUGUSTUS^ SANFORD {savie descent as 
2780) h. Nov. 20, 183S, Hineslmrg, Vt. ; m. Jan. 25, 1860, Louise, 
dan. of Era.stus Allen. Res., Galena, 0. 

They liad seven cliildren. 

G33S.-|-:\ryra Cloora?, b. Jan. 1. 1861; la. V.'illiiun Lake. 
G339. Barton, b. Axv^. 23, 1S63; d. Dec. 6, 18(53. 
6340. Freddie, b. Apr. 1-5, 18G5; d. Sept. C, ISG.^. 
634L+Chr,rles Allen, b. May 22, 1870; ni. Estolla Lee. 
6342. Guy, b. .luly 9, 1^7.5 ; d. An-. 9, 1S76. 
63-13. Harnion, b. Aj.r. 30, 18S0; d. Sept. G, ISSO. 
G3-}4. + Bettie ILayleii, b. Oct. 2S, 1SS2; in. Ernest Gory. 

2788. BETTY ELIZABETH^ SANFORD {same descent as 
2760) b. Jan. 10, 1843, Hinesbni-g, Vt. ; d. Feb. 14, 1886, Granville, 
0. ; m. Plimpton Hitt, d. at Granville, 0. 

They had one child. 
6345. Lydia .TaneP Hitt, b. Jan. 21, 18G4; d. Apr. 28, 1890. 

2791. WILLIAM! HENRY^ SANFORD {same descent as 
27S0) b. Oct. 20, 1840, Granville, 0.; m. (1) Nov. 19, 1874, Lsabelle, 
dan. Oi Thomas McDonald of Ireland, d. in Granville, 0.; m. {?.)' 
Oct. 30, 1S84, Ellen Darnaris, dan. of Joseph Kelvey of Granville, 
0. Res., Granville, 0. 

He had four children by second marriage, all born in Gran- 
ville, 0. 

C3-1G. Bwight TalmadKco, b. Oct. IG, 1885. Ecs., Granville, O. 

C317. Hubert Lee, b. 0:'t. 9, 1887; d. Sept. 3, 1890, GrauvDle, O. 

6348. Henry Hay, b. May 13, 1893. 

6349. ^Villinm Karl, b. Jan. 29, 1890. 

2793. EAimA LUZETTE-^ SANFORD {Ira 1173. Solomon 
4S2, Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezekiel 9, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Ang. 
17, 1843, Springfield, 111.; d. Ang. lo, 1904, AVoodland. 34o. ; m. 
•May 5, 18G4, James E. Clark, b. Dee. 28, 1830, ^Yc.st Brookileld, 
JIass. 

They had six ehildren, all born in St. Loiii.s, IMo. 

6350.+Mary Enieliiieo Clark, b. Nov. 1, 18Go; m. Knbert Little. 
6351.+Ciura Nancy Clark, b. May 15, ISGS; m. James Hartl. tt, Jr. 
6352. Pfarriet Eranecs Clark, b. Sept. IG, 1870. 

G353. True Sanfc.rd Clark, b. Nov. 25, 1872; m. June S, 190 J, Crori^iana 
I^raud AVatson, b. Dec. 4. 1S7G. De Soto, Mo. Ees., Seattle, Ore. 

6354. Ella Ophelia Clark, b. Ecb. 5, 187G.- 

6355. James Bacon Clark, h. Sept. 20, 1879; ni. E^b. 27, 1908, ^Vfary Keasey 

Joplin. KcH., Memi-liis, Mo. 



THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



2795. SOLO.MOX NOBLl- SANFORD {same descent as 
2798) h. Sept. 14, 1S46, Saugamoutown, IJl.; d. IMay 20, 1901, Los 
Angeles, Cal.; ni. Nov. 2G, 1873, Isa Sheppard. Kes., Bimker liill 
111. 

The record of Josepli Sanfurd, Jr., and ]iis de.scendants was 
furnislied in 18S1, by Solomon Noble Sanford, ^\\\o was tlicn resid- 
ing in Cleveland, 0. The author has also been assisted by Miss 
Kate Fay, another descendant. 

They had five chikh-en, all born in Bunker Hill, III. 

6356.+Irfi Edwardo, b. Oct. 12, 1S74; m. Bertha Hayes. 
6357. Auna Burriss, b. Apr. 2, 187G. Res., Birakcr Hill, 111. 
635h. Marj Frances, b. Sept. 4, 3 877. 

6359. + William ShepT.ard, b. Sept. IS, lS7fi; m. Ethel Hatch. 

6360. Herbert Brool:.s, b. July 26, 1SS2. Ees., Madison, Wis. 

2802. ^lARYETT'^ SANFORD {Hiram 1174, Solomon 482, 
Joseph 161, Joseph 5S, Ezcldel 9, EzeJdel 2, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 15, 
1831, Williston, Yi.- d. May 30, 1883, T^Inmeapolis, Minn.; m. A pi'. 
25, 1S18, Henry Tudor Fay, b. Nov. 20, 1822, Columbus, 0., d. 
June 12, 1370. Columbus, 0. 

They ])ad five chikhvu, all born in Columbus, 0. 

6361. -(-Myra Eryaii? Fay, b. Sept. 19, 1S52; m. Joseph Grant. 

6362. + Frank Paij,'o Fay, b. Sept. 22, 1S5G; m. Frances Vs'heeler. 

6363. Kate Whitney Fay, b. iNtar. 29, 1859; unm. Ecs., Lo.s Angeles, Cal. 
63G4. Xcllie Sanford Fay, b. Mar. 20, 1S63 ; m. Dec. 19, 1SS7, William Arthur 

Eath. No children. Ecs., Oakland, Q-A. 
6365. Lauretta Barnes Fay, b. Mar. 20, 1863; d. 1SG4, Colunrbus, O. 

2^04. A^^IELIA A:MANI)A^ SANFORD {same descent as 
2S02) h. Feb. 35, 1838, Williston, Vt. ; m. Nor. 3, 1857, Waldo 
Butler I'ay, b. Sept. 4, 1832, Columbus, 0. : d. Nov. 21, 1865, Colum- 
bu.-, 0. R'-s., Springfield, 0. 

They had three children, all born in Columl.as, 0. 

636G.4- Henry Tudors Fay, b. Xoy. 17, 1S5S ; in. Madge Stewart. 
6367. Charles Sanford Fay, b. Jan. 7, 1862; iinra, Ees., Springfield, O. 
63GS. 'Waldo Guy Fay, b. Jan. 5, 1863; m. Dec. 26, 1SS8, Lucile Porter, b. 
Xoy. 13, 1865, Ironton, O. No children. Ees., N. Y. C. 

2810. CHARLES NOBLE^^ GOULDING {Amanda 1176, 
Solomon 4S2. Joseph 161, Joseph .5-'?, EzeMel 9, Kzchid 2, Tliomas 1) 
b. Nov. 1, 1831, Kee.seville, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 21, 1896, in Cal. ; m. Dee. 
30, 1862, :\larg;nv| ^1. Kaufl'man, b. June 26, 1837, Lancaster, 0. 



NINTH GENEKATION 553 



]\Ir. Goulding was in tlie Civil War. Serving under Rosecrans 
and Pope, lie attained tlie ranks of Lioatenant-Colonel and Chief 
Quartermaster, U. S. Vols. He was afterwards U. S. Consul at 
Ho]ig Kong, Cliina. 

They had t\vo eliildreu. 

6369. George Kauffmanf Goulding, b. Oct. 9, 1863, Laneagtcr, O. 

6370. James Marshall Goulding, b. June 21, 1S65, Indianapolis, Ind.; d. Mar 

20, 1860, Evanston, 111. 

2811. JOSEPH HIRAM^ GOULDING {same descent as 
2810) b. June 8, 1842, Potsdam, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 18, 1863, Fannie 
E. Pease, b. Aug. 13, 1843, Pittsford, Vt. ; d. May 5, 1902, Wilming- 
ton, Vt. Res., Wilmington, Vt. 

]\[r. Goulding v^•as a cadet at Norwich University, Vt., going 
there from St. Lav/rence Academy at Potsdam, N. Y. He was 
appointed by President Lincoln 2nd Lieut., 5th U. S. Colored 
Infantry, Sept. 12, 1863, promoted to 1st Lieut. ]\Tay G, 1SG5, and 
mustered out of the army Sept. 20, 18G5. His service vras credited 
to the town of Potsdam, and while in the arn\y he cast his first vote 
for Lincoln, under the N. Y. State Law, when he ran the second 
time. 

They had four children, all born in Rutland, Vt. 

6.371. Matilda Pease^ Goulding, b. Aug. 2, 1867; unni. 
C372.-fAnne Page Goulding, b. Apr. 27, 1871; m. Willis Boss. 
6373.+ James Marshall Goulding, b. Nov. 16, 1874; ni. (1) Julia Beebe; m. 
(2) Stella Pose. 

6374. Philip Sanford Goulding, b. Sept. 6, 1876; m. Sept. 7, 1901, Helen L. 

Pluramer. 

2816. T^L-VRYETTA^^ SANFORD {Tiufus 1179, Zachariah 
483, Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezeldcl 9, Ezckicl 2, Thomas 1) b. in 
Charlotte, Vt. ; rn. Alonzo Hickock. 

They had seven children. 

6375. Clariiida? Iliolcok. 
G376. Charles Ilickok. 
6377. Eufus Hiekok. 

Nothing further knovin of this family. 

2817. ORTN :^10NTG0^1ERY^ BARTEAU {Polbj 1180, 
Zachariah 483, Joseph 161, Joseph 58, EzchicI 9, Ezchicl 2, Thomas 
1), b. Oct. 11, 1805, Hincsburg, Vt.; d. Jan. 8, 1881, Morlcy, Mich.; 
ni. Jan. 9, 1831, Estlior J. Averill. 



556 THE THOMAS SANPOED FAMT.T.Y 



They had six cliildreii, the first three all born m TTiiK'shurg, 
Vt., and the last three in Cooper, ^lich. 

P?.78. y. Froclovefl Bnrferiu, h. Oct. 13, ISlil; m. Mar. ]P, ]S51, Cyru!^ E. 
Travis. Eesided in Cooper, Mich. 

6379. Hai-riet S. Barteau, b. Nov. 8, 1S33; d. Sept. 17, 1871; in. Oct. 3, 

1855, John Ward. 

6380. Marj E. Barteau, b. Dec. 3, 1830; m. Nov. 14, 1858, George Minar. 

Eesided in Yankee Springs, Mlich. 

6381. Euby A. Barteau, b. Aug. 19, 1841 ; m. Jan. 2, 1SG4, Shepard Borden. 

6382. Dcivid W. Barteau, b. July 8, 184G; m. Fannie Miles. 

6383. Isabel Barteau, b. Feb. 1,1849; ni. Nov. 3, 1869, T. A. Hubbard. 

2819. LYDIA ADULA^^ BARTEAU {same descent as 2817) 
b. Aug. 1, ISll, Hinesburg, Vt. ; m. Nov. 23, 1837, John Wildbalm 
of Marion, 0., d. Mar. 9, 1878, Marion, 0. He Avas a saddler and 
harness maker. 

They had four children. 

6384. Joseph Eoss9 ^Vildbahn, b. Mar. 17, 1840; d. May 13, 184G. 
63S5. Aurelia Virginia Wildbahu, b. Sept. 2, 1842; d. May 39, IS-^G. 

6386. William Johnson Wildbahn, b. Jan. 17, 1844; m. Feb. 13, 1872, Maggie 

Jifarsh. Besides in Mexico. 

6387. Amanda B. Wildbahn, b. Sept. 6, 1846, Marion, O. ; m. May 31, 1871, 

Guy Webber. 

2820. r.UFUS CLARK^^ BARTEAU {same descent as 2S17) 
b. May 29, 1813, ITinesburg, Vt. ; m. May 7, 1840, Betsey A. Isham, 
b. Oct. 17, 1819. ]Mr. Barteau was a farmer at Sherman, Texas. 

They had five childi'en. 

63SS. HatfiG E.o Barteau, b. July 2G, 184o; rn. June 23, 1SG7, Charles W. 
Kimball. Ees., Sherman, Tex. 

6389. Alfred Stanley Barteau, b. Aug. 24, 1S48 ; d. Oct. 19, 1858. 

6390. George Worth Barteau, b. Aug. 20, 1850; d. Jan. 11, 1851. 

6391. Sjdney Isham Barteau, b. Feb. 11, 1852, Phoenix, Arizona. 

6392. Ellen E. Barteau, b. June 10, 1854; m. Feb. 9, 1882, Hiram S. Kimball. 

2821. RTTSSELL WILLIA:\P BARTEAU {same descent as 
281?) b. June 8, 1815, Hinesburg, Vt., d. Oct. 5, 1859, Berea, 0. ; 
m. Api-. 30, 1834, Lavinia Clark. They removed to Ohio in 1835. 

They had four children. 

6393. Clark EusselP Barteau, b. Apr. 7, 1835; m. (1) Oct. 29, 1859, Mary 

Ann, dau. of John and Martha Cosby, d. Feb. 17, 1863; m. (2) ^^ay 
12, 18C4, "Znretha", dau. of James and Harriet Eckford. ilr. 
Barteau served in the Civil War. 



NINTH GENERATION 557 



C394. Louisa Polly Eartoau, h. Dec. 25, 1S36; m. May 3, 1S55, Charles Edwin 

Brown. 
6395. Betty Lauretta Bartean, b. Sept. 28, 1S38; m. Mar. 10, 3877, Elihu 

Avorill. 
639C. ITnrrison Ea\-id Earteaii, b. May 25, IS-iO ; d. Oct. 26, 3S73, Cleveland, 

O. ; ni. MattJe Palmer. Served in tbe Civil War. 

2823. CLAMANA MELISSA^ BAKTEAU {sawc descmt os 
2S17) I). Nov. 23, 1S20, Iliucsburg, Vt. ; ra. (1) 1841, John I\IcAl- 
lister, b. July 24, 1S20 ; d. Apr. 1865, in the service of his country ; 
m. (2) Dec. 20, 1866, Wellington Travis, d. 1877, Cooper, Mich., 
ag. 52 yrs. 

She had three children by first marriage. 

6397. George Frederick^' McAllister, b. 1848, Ilincsburg, Yt.; m. Rachel 

Joseph. 

6398. John Julius iMcAllister, b. 1849, Tlinesburg, Yt. , 

6399. Eanicl Carlob McAllister. 

2824. GEORGE GRANDISOX* BARTEAU {same descent 
as 2S17) b. Apr. 6, 1824, Hinesburg, Vt. : m. May 22, 1845, Rebecca 
]\TcKinney, b. June 10, 1820. ]Mr. Barteau was a wagon maker 
from 1R42 to 1857, after which he was a hotel keeper until 1877. 

They had seven children. 

6400. Rust;ell Jamcs^ Barteau, b. Apr. 9, 1S4S. 

6401. Cyrus Williamson Barteau, b. Jan. 12, ISoO; ni. Oct. 12, 1879, Jennie 

" L. Willis. 

6402. George Albert Barteau, b. Oct. 9, 1851; d. Nov. 12, 1863. 

6403. Charles Robert Barteau^ b. Aug. 9, 1853; d. Nov. 3, 1SG9, Rochester, 

Minn. 

6404. Emma Jane Barteau, b. Oct. 11, 1854; m. Oct. IS, 1SS3, Julius M. 

Root. Res., ]\Iinncapolis, Minu. 

6405. Howard Edward Barteau, b. Jan. 28, 1860. 

6406. Minnie Alice Barteau, b. Apr. 4, 18G1. 

2S26. HARMON GILEAD* BARTEAU {same descent as 
2S17) b. Sept. 12, 1828, Hinesburg, Yt.; m. Apr. 24, 1849, Clarinda 
Berkinsi b. Aug. 29, 1829, Hinesburg, Vt. They removed to Hersey, 
:Mieh., in 1850. ^\y. Barteau was a farmer. 

They had six children, all born in Hersey, :\rich. 

6407. Ellen Sannuitha^* Barteau, b. Feb. 27, 1850; d. July IS, 1880; m. Dec. 

25, 1871, William Henry Leonard. 

6408. David I.i^nt Barteau, b. Mar. 19, 1852. 

6409. Charles Barteau, b. Feb. 7, 1854; m. 1S7S, Jenuctt Cook, b. June 23, 

1862. 

6410. Nanev Jane Barteau, b. Aug. 8, 1856; m. 1881, John Hackett. 



558 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



fi411, Oren Earteau, b. Jan. 8, 1S5S; ra. J;in. 7, 1882, Katie Sliger, b. Joly, 
25, 1850. 

6412. Florence Alice Barteau, b. Oct. 4, 1S61; m. Sojit. 24, 1S79, Eugere Half, 

b. Nov. 4, 1850. 

2827. MlKAND/iL^ BAKBER {Ilepsihah 1181, Zachariah 
483, Joseph 161, Josc2)h 58, Ezehiel 9, Ezcldd. 2, Thomas 1) b. 
Feb. 23, 1814; m. (1) Bradford Churchill; m. (2) Fob. 2, IS 11, D. 
C. Gillolte, of Charlotte, Vt. 

Sho had three children by fii^st, and one by second marriage. 

6413. John E.c Churchill, b. May 2S, 1834; d. ^lar. 9, 1876, Florence, Mas?.; 

m. Susan M. , b. Aup. 22, 1838; d. Mar. 4, 1879. 

6414. Chloe A. Churchill, b. An-. 30, 1835; m. July 10, ISoG, Henry R. 

Holnian . 

6415. Ellon E. Churchill, b. June 15, 1838; d. A.ug. 11, 1856. 

6416. Louise Isl. Gillotte, b. Jan. 25, 1845; m. May 5, 1866, Dr. M. G. Burk- 

hard; res. Balliraoro, Md. 

J?328. CHLOF A.« BARBER {same descent as 2827) b. 
Feb. 7, 1816; d. Aug. 3, 1882, Milwaukee, Wis.; m. Warreu Axlett. 
They had one child. 

6417. Georges Axlett. 

2834. ELYTRA ^1} BACIIELLER {Salln 1183, ZacJianah 
483, Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezehiel 9, Ezehiel 2, Thoynas 1) b. iVfay 
3, 183 2, Hinesburg, Vt. ; d. May 29, 1878; m. Jan. 25, 1841, Ilirani 
Butterfield. He was a farmer in Pierrepont, N. Y, 

They had three children, all born in Pierrepont, N. Y. 

6418. Lcl! ine L.f Butterfield, b. Nov. 10, 1844 ; d. June 25, 1S60, Pierrepont, 

N. Y. 

6419. Sarah E. Butterfield, b. Dec. 24, 1846. 

6420. Truman A. Butterfield, b. Mar. 12, 1851; ui. Oct. 31, 1876, Cclestiue 

"^l. MathcNvs. Kesided at Canton, N. Y. several years and thou re- 
moved to Algona, la. 

2835. PERRY L.^ BACHELLER {same descent as 2834) 
b. Apr. 24, 1814, Hinesburg, Vt. ; d. at Crary Mills, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 
29, 1840, Lavinia A. Perkins. 

They had eight children, all born in Pierrepont, N. Y. 

6421.. Delia A.o Bacheller, b. Nov. 8, 1840; in. Ansil B. Hamilton of Pierre- 
pont, N. Y. 

6422. Samuel Bacheller, b. Mar. 31, 1812; d. Apr. 10, 1842. 

6423. Henry Austin Bacheller, b. Jan. 5, ]84i; m. Alice Woodruff. 



NINTH GEKEKATION 



C424. Cleiiiaiia. S. Bachellor, b. Dec. 2d, 1847; m. James Willard of Colton, 
N. Y. 

C42o. Aiiiia Maria Baehellcr, b. Avg 9, 1849; d. Nov. 30, 1871; m. Kylance 
Crary. 

6.^26. Amelia L. Baclu'ller, b. Jan. 9, 1852; m. Heury Packard. 

6-127. Bertha CclcL.lia Baclieller, b. Aug. 19, 1854; in. Piiriij. Ihmt of Pots- 
dam, N. Y. 

e.i2S. Isabel F. Eocheller, b. July IG, 1S58; m. Tliorjias Eobinson of Morley, 
N. Y. 

2838. SANFORD PAUI/ BACHELLER {same descent as 
283d) ].. July 3, 1820, Hinesbnrg, Yt. ; d. May 8, 1883, Canton, N. 
Y. ; m. Jime 7, 1847, Achsah Ann, dan. of Epaphras and Elizabeth 
Bnckland of Springfield, Mass., h. Jan. 22, 1824, Springfield, Mass.; 
d. Dec. 28, 1900, Canton, N. Y. 

They had seven children, all born in Pierrepont, N. Y. 

6-129. Elvira E.s Baehellcr, b. Apr. 4, IS-iS; m. Mar. 25, ISSG, Ileiiry H. 

Stickles; res. Canton, N. Y. 
C430. Sarah 11. Batheller, b. Nov. 1, 15-19; d. Aug. 14, 1S73, Auburn, N. Y. 

m. Mar. IG, 1S71, Adelbert Tullcr of Auburn, N. Y. 

6431. Charles Lorcu Bacheller, b. July 11, 1S.51; d. Mar. 6, 1S?0, Canton, N. Y. 

6432. Arthur E. Bacheller, b. June 17, 1853; d. July 9, 1881, Canton, N. Y.; 

m. Feb. 1, 1875, Jennie Moore of Eussell, N. Y. 
6133. Burton P. Bacheller, b. Oct. 7, 1855; d. Nov. 3, 1877, Canton, N. Y. 

6434. + Addison Irving Bacheller, b. Sept. 26, 1859; m. Anna Schultz of Brook- 

lyn, N. Y.; d. .luly 11, 1907; res. N. Y. C. 

6435. Wilbur S. Bacheller, b. June 7, 18G3; ni. June 7, 18S8, Mary Sehocn- 

bachler. 

2839. CHARLES LOCK^VOOD^ BACHELLER {same 
descent as 2S3d) b. Oct. 8, 1822, Canton, N, Y. ; d. JLay 11, 1892, 
Canton, N. Y. ; ni. June 27, 1848, Phebe Amel'a Brownell, b. May 
12, 1823 ; d. July 7, 1870. 

They had three children. 

6435a. John M.s Bacheller, b. Jan. 26, 1851; d. Apr. 16, 1853. 

6435b. Charles Orvell Bacheller, b. Aug. 10, 185-1; ni. Amanda Jacobs in 

Pierrepont, N. Y. Nine cbildren. Ees. Aberdeen, S. Bak. 
643.5c.+Gcorgia Ettic Bacheller, b. Mar. 21, 1856; m. Ledyard P. Hale. 

2844. H0.AIER5 SANFORD {Israel lJ8i, Zachariah 483, 
Josepli i61, Joseph 5S',Ezeldcl 9, Ezelncl 2, Thomas 1) b. June 1884; 

m. (1) Laura Loeku-ood; m. (2) Walker. Mr. Sanfcrd v/as a 

farmer near York, Neb. 

Two children by first marriage were 

6436. Ernests; res. (1885) York, Neb. 
6137. Arthur; res. (1885) York, NM). 



560 TITE THOMAS RANFOlrD FAMIJ.Y 



2840. LUCY^ SAXli^OED {sauc descent as 2S4d) ni. Ben- 
jamin JcnlciJis. Itesioed n'^ur York, Xel). 
T};cy luid five t-liiiaren. 

6-13S. Alice:- Jenkins. 

Cv<o9. Elsie Jenkins. K^s. York, >;eb. 

C440. Lorau Jenkins. Ties. Yurk, Keb. 

6441. Elmer Jenkins. 

C442. Edgar Jenkins. 

2846. SA^irEL WALTERS PAUL {Bdscij IJSJ, ZacJuirmh 
483, Jr^scpli IGl, Joseph 58, Ezelncl 9. Ezeldcl 2, Thow.as J) h. 
Nov. 2S, ISin, ITinesbnro-, Vi. ; d. Jrh. 7, 186G, Helena, :\]out. ; m. 
Jniy 13, 1S46, Lydin P. ]\iaij7or. 

They had seven children. 

6443. J. Mn.nzers Pari, b. Oct. 17, JM'^, Clieniun-r, JJl.; vnn.. A fni.T.ei in 

Montana. 
6444.+Eucius Wilract Prral, b. May 27, 3.S50; m. Lizr.ie Kenncrl^y. 
6445. + Alvin Aug-nstns Vn\\], b. Nor, 10, 1851; in. Relenu C'nD^^^n. 
6116. Lulian Leroy Tank b. Sep. 24, 18o.3, Clicmung, 1)1. Is married; no 
children. A fainicr. 

6447. Lydia Luella Panl, b. Feb. 21, 1856, Decor'^.h, la.; d. Nov. 5, ISIS, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

6448. Samuel Walter Paul, b. Feb. 17, 18.5S, Decorali. TIL; d. Sej^t. 27, 1850, 

Chemung, Til. 

6449. + TTattie Belle Paul, b. Nov. 27, 1860; m. Erastiis La Selle. 

2847. lA'DTA S.^' PAUL {^mnc descent as 2846) b. Nov. 20, 
1821, Hineshurg, Vt. ; d. Feb. 26, 1848, Chemniig, 111.; m. Dee. 2:-, 
1844, Sidney P.' Tul)bs. 

They had two children, l)orn in Chomn2i,i;\ JTi. 

6450.-f Sidney Enj^eue'i Tubbs, b. Jan. 10, 18-j6; m. Ma>^(;;e McKay. 
64.51. Alnia Lucina Tubbs, b. May,. 1347; d. Feb. 24, 1850, Chemunj;-, TIL; 
buried on her father's farm. 

284S. ALBION DUNPAP.^ PAUJ; {same dcscenf as 2SI6) 
b. Apr. 10, 1824, Canton, X. Y. : d. Jan. 27. 1861. Anslin. :\li'..n.: ni. 
(1) .S;pt. 4, 1848, Ann J. ^lorri:]. in Rockford, Pb; ni. (2) Sept., 
185S, Lydia :Maria ITill, in Si. Pcui.s :Mo. 

He had fonr ehildi'cu by fli'st and one by .---.ecoiid inafriago. 

64-">li. Charles Sumners Pan!, b. ]\[a,.- U, 18-^1, (F.e:nu!'.^'. 11!.; d. Sei't. 17, 1S74, 

BluH'ton, Ta. 
64.53. John P. IT. Pa'il, b. Oct. ?, 18;1.% ChemiMig, Tl!.; d. Autr. r>, 157-5, Austin, 

Minn. 



NINTH GENKIJATION 561 



C454. Alinon Dunbar Paul, Jr., b. June 20, 1855, Chenmng, 111.; d. Mar. 11, 

1S76, Lime Springs, la. 
C455. Fremont D. Paul, b. Mar. 23, 1856, Dccorali, Ta.; d. 3-Vb. 8, 1857, 

Deoorab, la. 
Ci5G. H^ttie Leora .Paul, b. June G, 1S5[>, Docorah, la.; d. Sexj. 30, 1S60, 

Decorah, la. 

2849. E.AIET;IN3^ THECLA^ PAUL {same descent as 2Si6) 
b. Aug. 20, 1826, Canton, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 30, ]854, Hanover, II].; 
m. Oct. 20, 1853, Francis Mills JlnLLard. 

They had one child. 
6457. George Melville^ Hubbard, b. Aug. 8, 1854, Hanover, 111.; d. Dec. 17, 
1854, Hanover, 111. 

2851. IIAiailET EL:MIKA« PAUL {same descent as 2846) 
b. Feb. 17, 1832, Canton, N. Y. ; ni. Mar. 20, 1854, John M. Alcers. 
Res. Pvk'hlnnd, Mo. 

They had three ehildren. 

6458. + Walter Edelberts Akerp., b. July ?0, 1855; d. Jan. 28, ISO?.; m. Emma 

Draper. 
6450. William A, Akers, b. Aug. 6, 1S57, Deoorah, la.; d. Jan. 23, ISSO, 

Decorala, la. 
64G0.-{-rrcd Lincoln Akers, b. Sept. 3, ISGO; m. Abbic Seavv. 

2854. FIDELIA A.« BELDING {Lovana 1186, Zachariah 
483, Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezel-icl 9, EzcJcicl 2, Thomas 1) b. 
Aug. 17, 181G, Ilinesbnrg, Vt. ; m. Jan. 9, 1843, George W. Daiiiels. 
They resided in ]\razon, 111. 

They had five children, all born in ]Mazon, 111. 

6461. Charles E.s Daniels, b. Nov. ], 1=546; m. Jan. 1, 1S73, ^iinuie, dan. cf 

I Indi^cy and Jennett Porter. lie was a merchant in Plainvicw, ]?.liun. 

6462. Sarah A. Daniels, b. Apr. 20, 1849; m. June 10, 1873, James M., son 

of Robert and Malina Foster of Talbot, Ind. 

6463. Lorenzo E. Daniels, b. Mar. 4, 1851. 

6464. Ellcu A. Daaicls, b. Dec. 1, 1854; m. Feb. 8, 1875, J. D. C. Hinkle; 

res. Mazon, 111. 

6465. William A. Daniels, b. Mar. 5, LS5G; m. Mar. 8, 1SS3, Martha, dau. of 

John R. and Elizabeth Pobinsou of I\Iilford, Ind. 

2855. ELECTA M.^ liELDING {same descent as 2854) b. 
Feb 3, 1818, Iliiiesbnrg, Vt. ; d. Apr. 5, 1843; ni. June 3, 1840, Ed- 
ward Briggs. 

They had one child. 

6466. Albert E.s Priggs, b. Apr. 1, 1842; d. June 1, 1866. Soldier in the Civil 

War. 

(36) 



562 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



2856. NELSON'^ BELDTNG {same descent an 2854) b. Apr. 8, 
1S2], Jlinesburg, Yt. ; m. (1) Sept. 8, 1847, Eunice E. Henderson, 
b. Feb. 23, 1824, Enosbiirg-, Vt. ; d. lUr. 7, 185li ; m. (2) Apr. 15, 
1857, Ellen M. Brewer, b. Feb. 12, 18:^3, Berkshire, Vt. Resided 
in Pierre;)ont, N. Y. 

He had one child by second marriage. 

6467. Ger'tri:de E.» Boldinj:, b. Mar. 14, ISGl, l^iencpont, N. Y. 

2857. AMANDA^ Bl^LDING {same descent as 2S54) b. Apr. 
6, .1.823, Hine.sbnrg, Vt. ; m. May. 23, 1848, Sanuicl A., son of. Samuel 
and Margaret Randall of Elgin, 111. 

They had five children. 

646S. Alfreds Eandall, b. Mar. 24, 1S49; d. Aug. 2, 1S62. 

6469. William B. Eandall, b. Apr. 27, 18.51, Elgin, 11!.; m. May 24, 1874, Mary 

E. Coue. Merchant iu Chicago; 111. 

6470. Louclla Eandall, b. Mar. 3, 1853; d. .Sept. 3, 1864. 

6471. Frank N. Randall, b. Sept. 5, 1S5S, Elgin, Jll.; ni. Nov. 24, ISSO, JeB&ie 

F. Cohoon. Merchant in Elgin, 111. 

6472. Nellie Eandall, b. Dec. 24, 18G0; d. July 3, 1S62. 

2859. CLARINi:)A'' BELDIi\(?r {same descent as 2S51) b. 
Jan. 20, 1828, Hinesburg, Yt. ; m. Aug. 30, 1848, Franklin T., son 
of Joseph and Anna Benton. Resided in ]\Iazon, 111. 

They had four children, all born in Mazon, 111. 

6473. Alice A.p Benton, b. May 14, 18.':2; m. Dec. 21, 18S1, E. H. Lucas of 

Mazou, 111. 

6474. 'Agues A. Benton, b. Oct. 13, 1853; d. .Ian. 1, 1854, Mazon, 111. 

6475. Arthur A. Benton, b. Scj.t. 21, 1855; m. Oct. 17, 1S7S, Marguerite L. 

Walz. 

6476. Anna M. Benton, b. Dec. 30, 1864; d. Sep. 3, ISGS, Mazon, 111. 

2860. AURELIA" BELDING {same descent as 2S51) b. :\rar. 
15, 1830, Hinesburg, Yt. : m. Jan. 1, 1850, Oj'rin, son of Sanmel and 
Olive Clai)p of iMazon, 111. 

They had six children, all born in ]Ma7.on, 111. 

6477. Friend B.9 C'lapp, b. Aug. 13. 1851; d. Nov. 13, 1852, Mazon, 111. 

6478. Ada M. Clapp, b. Feb. 1, 1854; m. Feb. 8, 1876, O. E. Davis; res. 

Mazon, 111. 
C479. Nora M. Clapp, b. .luly 21, 1856; d. Dec. 9, 1858, Mnzon, 111. 
C4S0. Charley Clapp, b. July 19, 1859; d. Aj.r. r^, ISGl, Mazon, 111. 
6481. Frank" H. Clapp, b. Feb. 4, ]S62. 
64S2. Fred S. Clapp, b. July 27, 1864; d. Apr. 7, 1866, i\Iazon, 111. 



NINTH OENEKATION 



2861. WILLIAiM* m^:LDING ( same descent as 2854) b. 
]\ray 17, 1S33, Hinesburg, Yt. ; ni. (!) Feb. 22, 1858, Betsey, dan. of 
William and Sarah Fellingbam of Mazon, 111. ; m. (2) Sept. 25, 18G7, 
JMniTgie, dau. of Charles and Martha Kelly of Mnzou, 111. 

l\h\ Belding joined the Union army as a private in Co. C, TGtli 
Regt., 111. Vol., Aug. 6, 18G2. Discharged T^Iay 22, 1865. Since the 
war he has been a prosperous farmer in Mazon, 111. 

He had one child by first and four by second marriage, all 
born in ]\Iazon, 111. 

64S3. Effie C.s Beldin;.;, b. Jime 24, 1S59: m. Oct. 23, 187S, Frederick Schanlin. 

of Verona, Til. 
fi4S4. Charles A. Belding, b. Arig. 21, 1S6S. 
6485. Fred C. Belding, b. Bee. 8, 1SG9. 
648G. Herbert Belding, b. Sept. 24, 1S72. 
C4S7. Bertha A. Belding, b. Mar. 4, 3S7C. 

28G2. ^lORTI^IEK^ BELDIXG (same descent as 2854) b. 
Nov. 29, 1837, Ilinesburg, Yt. ; m. Nov. 16, 1859, Josephine, dau. of 
Charles and Sarah Yines, of ]Mazon, 111. . 

They had three cliildren, all Irjrn m ]\Iazon, 111. 

6488. Nettie Viola5 Belding, b. Oct. 23, ISGl; d. Jan. 23, 18G3, Ma/.on, Hh 

6489. Henry Addis Belding, b. Mar. 7. 1864. 
C490. Kmcry V. Belding, b. Jan. 12, 1869. 

2S65. CAROLINE RUTIP OLIN {AuyiUa 1187, ZacJianah 
483, Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezeldel 9, E-ekicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 
29, 1833, Canton, N. Y. ; m. 1857, Andrev/ Jackson Place, b. 1828, 
Ilinesburg, Yt. Resided in Canton, N. Y. 

Th/y hr,d nine children, all born in Canton, N. Y. 

6491. George Eugene^ Place, b. Jnly o, 18.58. Farmer in Bakota. 

6492. Eva Jane Place, b. Dec. 1, ISGl; ni. Arr. 18, 1882, H. E. McEwen. 
6403. AuriUa i^liuerva I'lacc, b. Jan. T, ISC'l. 

6494. Susan Maria Ph.cc, b. Jan. 5, l-GS. 

6495. Thero'n Oliu Place, b. Bee. 23, 18G7. 

6496. Toola I^tay Place, b. Aug. 15, 1870. 

6497. John Place, b. Jan. 16, 1872. 
6198. Cora Bell Place, b. Jnne 15, 1874. 

6499. Ida I'laee, b. Mar. 1, 1876; d. May, 1876, Canton, N. Y. 

28G6. CALPIIURNIA PEXl^LOPlv^ OLIN {same descent as 
2865) b. Jan. 11, 1837, Canton, N. Y. ; m. :\lar. 27, 1860, Richard N. 
Finnimore. of Canton, N. Y. 

They had seven children. 



564 THE THOMAS SANFORD PAMrLY 



6500. ■\Vfllter E.o Fijiniiuore, b. Nov. 2G, 1800, Canton, N. Y. Farmer at 

Avon, Wi.s. 

6501". Luna W. Finnimore, b. Nov. IS, 1SG1. 

6502. Gertrude L. Finnimore, b. Feb. 10, 186^. 

C503. Ida Ipabelle Finnimore, b. Se])t. 16, ]SG4; d. Apr. 26, 1S72. 

6504. \VillLini C. Finnimore, b. Apr. 4, bSOG; d. May 27, 1S6G. 

6505. Frank I?. Finnimore, b. June IG, 18G7. 

6506. Mabel J. Finnimore, b June 2, 1874. 

2875. SILVIA ANN« LINCOLN {Somantha 1189, Zachariah 
48S, Joseph 161, Joseph 5S, Ezehiel 9, EzeUel 2, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 
20, 1S21, Williston, Yi. ; d. Feb. 24, 1905, Denver, Colo. ; m. Oct. 
25, IS-io, Jeremiah Porter, cL Jau. 18, ]879. Buried iu Ludlow, 111. 
Mrs. Porter is buried at McCool Jet., Neb. 

They had three children. 

6507. Francis Fdgar» Porter, b. Jan. IC, 1850, Cantoii, 111.; d. May 22, 1901; 

buried at ]McCool Jet., Neb. 
650S. Charles Porter, b. Jan. 25, 1852, Canton. HI.; d. Feb. 29, 1852. 
C509. Henry J. Porter, b. Dec. 4, 1854; res. Denver, Colo, 

2877. :MYP0N^ LLNCOLN {same descend as 2875) b. July 
9, 1825, Williston, Vt. ; d. June 13, 1874: m. (1) Dee. 27, 1349. Eliza 
Barton, d. Oct. 1, 1850; ni. (2) Oct. 13, 1853, Silvia A. Davis, d. 
July 3, 1908. 

lie had three children by second marriage. 

6510. FannieP Lincoln, b. Nov. 1, 1855; m. Smith; res. McCool Jet., Neb. 

6511.-f-Erv^•in E. Lincoln, b. Apr. 27, 1857; m. Kate Teter. 

6512. Lewis M. Lincoln, b. May 17, 1859; res. McCool, Jet., Neb. 

2879. JOHN* LINCOLN (same discern as 2875) h. .AFay 3, 
1829, AVilliston, A''t. ; m. Harriet, dau. of Nathaniel Sartell, b. 
Aug. 30, 1837, Pep})erell, Alass. Pes. Eddy, N. Y. 

They had three children, all born in Canton, N. Y. 

6513.+Cora M.s Lincoln, b. May 5, 1803; d. Apr. 20, 1892; m. Walter Brooks. 
6514. -f Nellie H. Lincoln, b. Jan. 23, 18G7; m. Francis Cramer. 
6515.+Ed\vin H. Lincoln, b. Feb. 2, 18C9; m. Nellie Goolden. 

2884. COPvNELlA« ISIIAAI (Eliza 1190, Zachariah 483, 
Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezehiel 9, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 1, 
1823, St. George, Vt. ; m. Nov. 14, 1841. Richard Fuller, b. Nov. 12, 
182], Bro^^-nville, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 1, 1880, Alazon, 111. They settled 
in IMa/Cou, 111., vdicre INlr. Fuller became a succe.^^sful farir.er, at 
his death leaving good farms to each of his living children. 



NINTH GENERATION 565 



They lind seven children, all except, Alnicda and J^ichard born 
in iMazon, 111. 

GoJG. Ahneda Adolius Fuller, b. Auf:. 14, 1842, Cauton, N Y • d Feb 16 
1S45, Z^IcIIeury Co., III. ' " ' 

(5517. Eicbard V.. Fuller, b. Mar. 19, 1S44, Garrctisvillc, O.; d. Feb. 13, lR4o 
McUeury County, El. ' ' ' 

C518. Pcrley Eugene Fuller, b. Jan. 6, 1S47; m. Sept. 24, 1871, Mary A., 
dau. of John and Margaret Hough, b. July IG, 1852, Nesvpori R I ' 
res. Mazou, Til. ' ' "' 

6519. Almon F. Fuller, b. ?Jar. 20, 1S49; m. Feb. 9, 1S69, Laura J. Euttou 

b. July 29, 1S49; res. Maxon, 111. 

6520. Ellon E. Fuller, b. Aug. 27, 1S50; d. Nov. 1-i, 1851, Mazon, 111 

C521. Anna Eliza Fuller, b. Sept. 4, 1852; m. Feb. 19, 1871, Eleazer James, 
b. Aug. 2?,, 1S4S, Homer, Mich.; res. Mazon, HI. 

6522. Edith A. Fuller, b. Apr. 1, 1855; m. Sept. IS, 1372, Turner H, .on of 

John a^id Afargaret Hough, b. Apr. 14, 1850, Ne\™ort, 11 I • res 
Mazon, 111. ' 

28S6. EDWARD^ ISITAT^I {,ame desccni as 2884) I. Jan 15, 
1828, Canton, N. Y. ; m. July 3, 1851, Sfirali Bannister. Resided in 
I\[azon, 111. 

They had ten children. 

6523. Eveline M .» Isham, b. Mar. 31, 1852, Mazon, 111.; m. Oct. 29, 1871, Dr. 

A. Palmer. 

6524. Alfred A. Ishara, b. Mar. 25, 1854; d. Sept. 8, 1SG5, Mazon, 111 

G52o. Myra L. Isham, b. Apr. 5, 1S5G; m. Aug. 8, 1875, W. H. Drake- res- 
Ivlazon, Til. 

6526. Newell Ishrnn, b. May G, 1.858; d. July 16, 1859, Mazon, 111. 

6527. Emma L. Isham, b. Sept. 13, 1860; ni. Nov. 3, 1878, W. IT. Stomer. 

6528. Lyndon J. Ishani, b. Dec. 16, 1861. 

6529. Lylia Ann Ish.an, b. Jan. 26, 1864; m. Dec. 7, 1882, C Buttom 

6530. Chik S. Isliam, b. Aug. IS, 1S67. 
C531. Harry E. Isham, b. Jan. 23, 1870. 

6532. Nellie L. Isham, b. Oct. 10, 1874. 

2887. MITCHELL ISJTA:\1 {same descent as 2SS1) b. Jnne 7, 
1829, Canton, N. Y. ; m. Mar 4, 1855, Ellen Jeulcins, b. Sept. 13^ 
1831:. He was a farmer in ^Mazou, 111. 

They had seven childi-en. 

6533. Rosina O.s Tsham, b. Oct. 20, 1855; m. Mar. 19, 1876, George Clow. 

6534. Alice J. Isham, b. ifar. 14, 1858, blazon, 111.; m. Dee. 25, "lS77, Frank 

Myers. 

6535. Penelope V. Isham, b. Feb. 22, 1860, Mazon, HI.; m. Mar. 8, 1881^ John 

Wilkinson. 

6536. Aimyra Isham, b. May 22, 1863. 

6537. Laura M. Isham, b. Mar. 6, 1865. 

6538. Kate Y. Isham, b. Apr. 17, 1S60. 



56t5 TinO TIIOMAe; SAKFORD FA]\TTLY 



2888. ZAClL-MaAI^^ ISI]A:\1 (same descent as 28SJ) b. 
Feb. 1], 1831. Canton, X. Y. ; m. Nov. 30, 1854, Susan ''Vinc-e," b. 
Nov. 2'2, 1S3.~), Canton, N. Y. Mr. Isham was a farmer in Mazon, 111. 

They had eight children. 

6539. Ventoii V.p Tsliam, b. Oct. 4, 1855; d. Nov. 13, 1856, Mazon, 111. 

6540. Freaorirk A. Islipni, b. Aug. ]9, 1S58; d. Aug. 10, 1859, Mazou, 111. 

6541. Lizzie A. Isham, b. Feb. 16, ISGO; d. May P, 18G0, Mazon, 111. 

6542. George W. Isham, b. May 4, 1861; d. May 6, FS64, Mazon, 111. 
6-543. Charlos V. Isham, b. Mar. 10, 1S6.3 ; d. Sept. 6, ISGl, Mazon, 111. 
6.544. Sarah E. Isham, b. Dec. S, 1S65. 

6545. Elmer B. Isham, b. Dee. 25, 18G7. 

6546. AVilbur Y. Inham, b. July 15, 1874. 

2890. LYDIA ANN^ ISIIA^I (same descent as 2SS4) b. May 
15, 1835, Canton, N. Y. ; in. Oct. Id, 1852, Augustus 0. Murray, b. 
Feb. 9, 1832. He was a farmer in I\Iazon, 111. 

They had nine children, all liorn in j\Iazon, 111. 

6547. Willis :^1.9 Murray, b. jMar. 30, 1855; d. Aug. 19, 1859, Mazon, 111. 
6.548. Dennis L. [Murray, b. Jan. IS, 1857; d. Ang. 13, 1859, Mazon, 111. 
6519. Louis R. Murray, b. Mar. 6, 1859; m. Dec. 25, 1881, Kittle E. "Biggall." 

6550. Ella L. Murray, b. Dee. 16, 1800; m. Dec. 31, 1879, Fred A. Kiugman. 

6551. liettie P. :\rurray, b. Aug. 24, 1SG2. 

6552. Frank A. Murray, b. .Tuly 10, 1SG4. 

6553. Gertie E. Murray, b. Sept. 4, 1868. 

6554. Eva W. iNIurray, b. Feb. 16, 1S71. 

6555. Maud Murray, b. May 22, 187G. 

2892. GEITJAL^ TSIIAM (sawe descent as 2SS4) b. Oct. 18, 
1833, Canton, N. Y. ; m. (1) Apr. 24, 18C1, Sylvia ^Yi11s, d. Sept. 
4, 1863; m. (2) Mar. 30, 1864, Mavy Lekly, d. Feb. 23, 1866; m. (3) 
June 11. 1866, ]\Iartha ^1. Thayer, lie was a farmer in ]\fa:'.ou, 
111. 

lie had two children by second and six by tliird marriage. 

6556. Thomas^ Isham, b. Feb. .3, 18G5, Mazon, ]11.; d. Nov. 2, 18G5. 

6557. Marion L. Isham, b. Feb. 71, 18GG; d. iluzoii, 111. 

6558. Eugene Isham, b. :\rar. 15, 1SG7. 
65.59. I^rattie Isham, b. Doe. 28, LSCS. 

6560. Bessie E. Isham, b. Deo. 25, ]S70. 

6561. Annie E. Ishaui, b. Feb. 15, 1873. 
65G2. Caroline L. Isharu, b. Sept. 2S, ]879. 
65G3. Ellen W. Isliam, b. Nov. 25, 188L 



NINTH GENERATION 567 



2894. CLARISSA^ ISHAM {same descent as 2SS4) b. Mar. 
5, 1843, Canton, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 20, 1861, John Lightner, a farmer in 
l\ra^.on, 111. 

Tliey had nine cliilcli'cn, all hiirn in ]\[azon, 111. 

€.564. Elhorto Liglitner, b. Nov. 30, 1S61. 

G5G.0'. Perley Lightiifir, b. Mar. 12, ]SG3. 

C566. Eesulus Lightner, b. Llay 10, 1865. 

6567. Mattie Lifjhtner, b. Jan. 22, 1S67. 

G568. Alfred Lightner, b. June 1, 1870 

C569. Harvey Lightner, b. Aug. 23, 1S72. 

6570. GracJe Lightner, b. Nov. 28, 1875; d. Dec. 30, 1S81, Mazon, 111. 

6571. Leo Lightner, b. Mar. 28, 1870; d. Lee. 20, ISSl, Mazon, lU. 
G572. Lizzie Lightner, b. Dec. 15, 1S82. 

289-5. ELTZA JANE« CHARY {Minerva 1191, Zadiarkih 
4S3, Joseph IGl, Joseph 58, EzcJdcl 9, Ezcldcl 2, Thomas 1) h. in 
Pien-ppont, N. ^'.; d, Sept. 5, 1861, Pierrepont, N. Y. ; m. Stephen 
C. ]\Iile»s. lie was a farmer. Pe.^ided in Pierrepont, N. Y. 

They had two children, born in Pierrepont, N. Y. 

6573. Eliza A.9 Mile-, b. Sept. 1, 1850; m. Sept. 5, 1S69, Kenben T. Wells; 

res. Clare, N. Y. 
C574. Herbert C. Miles, b. Jan. 19, 1852; m. Nov. 5, 1873, Ehoda E. Weils; 

res. Clare, N. Y. 

2896. ^lAPCIA A.'^ CPARY {same descent as 2895) b. Feb. 
20, 1832, Pierrepont, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 31, 1856, Sherman J. Royce. 
He is a farmer in Ru.s^ell, N. Y. 

They had eight children, all born in Russell, N Y. 

C575. Ef^tella J.o Eoyce, b. Dec. 27, 1857. 

657G. Carrie M. Royee, b. Aug. 9, 1859; d. Jan. 14, 1SG5, Russell, N. Y. 

6577. Leslie S. Royce, b. May 5, ISGL 

6578. John L. Royce, b. July 15, 1862. 

6579. W'llmr A. Royce, b. Ixfay 1, ISGl. 

6580. Charles A. Royce, b. :\Iar. 18, ISGG. 

6581. Noel H. Royee, b. Nov. 21, 1870. 

6582. Edv.ard A. Royce, b. July 4, 1872. 

2899. <;J:0]J01] LUCIAN^ CRARY {same descent r/.s- 2895) 
b. Sept. 1, 1837, Pierrepont, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 21, ISG7, Julia Ij. Clark. 
Mr. Crary is a farmer at Piei'rc])ont, N. Y., and an extensive fruit- 
grower. 
' Thev had seven children. 



5G8 T11J-: THOMAS SANFORD FAXFILY 



6583. Cora A.o Crary, h. July 14, 1SG9, Pierrepojit, N. Y.; d. in infancy. 

6584. Carrie M. Crary, b. Dec. 24, 1870, Picrrepont, N. Y. 

65S5. J. Carinelita Crury, b. Dec. 20, 1S72, Pierrepont, X. Y. ; d. Feb. 3, 18S4. 

6586. H. Marion Crary, b. Mar. 27, 1875. 

6587. George C. Crary, b. Sept. 12, 187G. 

6585. ^Vinuie E. Crary, b. Jan. 19, 1S79. 

6589. Birdee Crary, b. Sept. 25, ISSl. 

2900. JOHN LESLIE' CKAIIY {same descent as 2S95) b. 
July ]3, 1589, Pierrepont, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 24, 18G3, Pliilema B. 
Montiigiie. He ^vas a farmer in Pierrepout, N. Y. 

The}' liad four cliildreu, all born \\\ Pierrepout, N. Y. 

6590. Eobert I^.f Crary, b. Sept. 12, 1870. 

6591. Charles J. Crary, b. Oct. 2, 1873. 

6592. Ernest H. Crary, b. Feb. 15, 1879. 
G593. Areliie B. Crary, b. Feb. 25, ISSl. 

2003. JENNIE ^U CIlAPvY {same clesccnl as 2S95) b. Aug. 
15, 1850, Pierrepont, N. Y^; ]n. (1) Sept. 7, 1871, Echvard S. Hunt; 
m. (2) Jan. 27, 1S76, George W. Barbour. Mr. Barbour is a music 
dealer in Ogdensbury, N. Y. 

They had two children. 

6594. Grace E.9 Barbour, b. Jan. 31, ISSO; d. Jnly 24, 1880. 
6505. Poy H. Barbour, b. Nov. 5, 1881, Ogdensburg, N". Y. 

2904. LAI'PA^ SANFOPD {Stanley 1193, Zacliariah 483, 
Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezeldel 9, Jizehiel 2, TJiotnos 1) b. Apr. 1, 
18-32, Canton, N. Y.; d. Apr. 5, 1880, Springfield, 111.; m. :Mar. 
11, 18)5, Lorenzo 1). Dana, b. July 24, 1824, N. Y^ State; d. :May 
25, 1899, Bottineau, N. D. 

They had six children. 

G59G. Frank Leslie" Dana, b. Feb. 27, 1856, Cljicac/o, 111.; m. Sept. 1881, 

Meriani Ecdding. 
6597.+Ada L. Dana, b. Nov. 10, 1857; ni. Yvilliani Mcintosh. 

6595. + Elmer E. Dana, b. Feb. 28, 1859, Gardner, 111. 

6509. + IIcnry Clark Dana, b. Apr. 14, 1SG2; m. Mary iliUer. 

6600. Wesly Dana, b. Apr. 19, 18G8, Elkhart, 111.; d. Sei)t. 4, 1888, Colorado 

Springs, Colo. 

6601. Gertrude Dana, b. Oct. 12, 1S69, Elkhart, 111.; d. Dec. 12, 1889, Bot- 

tineau, N. D. 



2905. CIL'vRLES NELSON'* SANFORD {same descent as 
2901) b. Nov. 27, 1833, Canton, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 2, 1905, Living.ston, 



NIXTH GENERATION 569 



Moiit.; m. (1) May 14, 1857, Betsey, dan. of Hooker Joalyn, b. July 
12, 1S37; d. Dee. 4, 1864, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; m.' (2) Sept. 
G, ISCo, Calne)), dan. of Lyuiau Freerxiaii, b. :\ray 20, 183S, Morley, 
N. y.; d. Got. 11, 3905, Spokane, Wash. 

]Ie liad three childreu by first and five by second marriage. 
6601^.+Ella E.s, b. Dec. 12, 1S5S; m. Christopher Dillon. 
6C03. + Herbert E., b. July 5, ISCO; m. Sarah Rirhurds. 
6G01. Ileiirjr C, b. May 22, 1S62, Chippewa Eall^^, AVis.; d. Dec. lo, 1SG3, 

Chippe^va Falls, "Wis. 
G60J. George IL, b. Sept. 22, 1S66, "Woodstock, 111.; in. June 10, ISPO, Fillie 

Ivcrson. No childreu; res. Seattle, Wash. 

6606. Louis C, b. Oct. 17, 186S, Ludlow, 111.; d. Dec. 8, 1S6S, Ludlow, 111. 

6607. + Arniir,a M., b. Dec. 9, 1870; d. Nov. 21, 1906; ni. William Dillon. 
CGOS. + Harriet I., b. Aug. 30, 1S72; m. Frank Warner. 
6G09.-{-Clara E., b. Mar. 27, 1874; m. Jes?e Magill. 

2906. WILLIA^l B.'^ SANFORD {same descent as 2904) b. 
]\rar. 4, 188G, Canton, N. Y. ; m. Oct. G, 1859, Susan M. Kimball, b. 
1839. Res. :Marenzo, 111. 

Thej" had tv.'o children, born in Seneca, 111. 

C610.+Adelbort E.R, b. Oct. 15, 1861 ; m. Nellie Joslyn. 
G611,+Willard C, b. Oct. 17, 1SG5; ra. Loretta Price. 

2907. HENRY L.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2904) b. 
June II, 1S3S, Cant.m, X. Y. ; d. Sept. 12, 1906, Springfield, 111.; m. 
Mar. 22, 1870, Ida il. S]:.rin-er. :\lr. Sanford was a farmer at Elk- 
hart, 111. 

They had six children, all born in Elkhart, 111. 

6612. Mary S.f, b. Nov. 14, 1871. 

6613. Annie E., b. I\A>. 4, 1873. 

6614. Francis Stanley, b. Mar. 4, 1875; res. Springfield, 111. 

6615. Laura Ida, b. July C, 1877. 

6616. Philip ITenry. },. Nov. 27, 1879. 
6017. Charles William, b. Aug. 25, 1881. 

290S. OLIVE .MARILDA^ SANl^ORD {same descenf os 
2904) b. Sept. 22, 1840, Canton, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 11, 18G6, Calvin 
Wright LaDue, b. Feb. 20, 1810, in Canada; d. Sept. 30. 1S91. 
Fertile, Minn. ^Iv. LaDuc was a minister. Res. Fertile, ^Minn. 

They had seven childreu. 

6618. Samuel C.» LaDuv', b. Feb. 27, 1867, Plymouth, la.: m. June 20, 1907, 
Genrudo ^b.y I'.lack, b. Jan. 27, 1SS2, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. After 
his father's death Mr. LaDue made a home for liis mother, 
brothers and sisters. lie taught school fifteen years and is now 
postmaster at Fertile, Minn. 



570 THE TlfOMAS SANFnJM) FAMILY 

6G19.+Lyc'aa Maria LaDue, b. Aug. S, ]8CS; m. Kev. Avery Par!:s. 

6C20. Thoiuas Erviii LaDue, b. Apr. SO, 1869, Blue Eartli, Minu. A dentist 
in St. Paul, Minu. 

6621. Srriih Laura LaDue, b. May 30, 1877, Plymouth, la.; d. June 20, 1S98. 

6G22.-i-St.nnley Sauford LaDue, b. Juno 8, IS—; in. Emma Peroil. 

6623. Nelson Vivian LaDue, b. Mar. S, 18S6, Fertile, Minn. Studying dent- 
istry in the Univert-ity at Minneapolis, Minn. 

6621. Olive ]\Iary LaDue, b. June 9, 1887, Fcrlilo, Minn. A school teacher. 

2910. LYDIA S.* SAXFORD {same descent as 290-1) h. Jan. 
1, 1845, Franklinville, 111. ; m. ^x^g. 22, 1SG3, Henry C. Burdick, 
b. Sept. 27, 1S41, Otsego, N. Y. Res. Elgin, 111. 

They had nine children. 

662u. Cora ElJenf Burdick, b. Mar. IS, 1S64. 

6G26. ^Villiam Clnrk Burdick, b. Sept. II, 1S65; d. July 5, 1S92. 

6627. Minnie Ophelia Burdick, b. Nov. 25, 1867. 

662S. Bertha Marilda Burdick, b. Aug. 2.o, 1S70. 

6629. Buth Nancy Burdick, b. Feb. 28, 1873. 

6630. 3^ose Lydia Burdick, b. Nov. 22, 1S7S; d. Feb. 12, 1SS3. 
6ti31. Egbert Samuel Burdick, b. Apr. 23, 1881. 

6632. Ida Gertrude Burdick, b. Feb. 16, 1S86. 
6G33. Mabel Laura Burdick, 1.. July 16, 1SS7. 

2911. IIAELAN Y^.^ SANFORD {same descent as 2901) b. 
June 25, 1S47, Franklinville. 111.: m. Dec. 25, 1873, Aliec Crane, 
b. i\Iay 20, 1853, Brandonville, W. Ya. Mr. Sanford is in the Fire 
Insurance busirjess in Lincoln, 111. 

Tliey liad two child^-on, born in Elkhart, 111. 

6634. Mnr;^hall C.s, b. Oct. 26, 187-1; d. Nov. 20, 1893; buried at Lincoln, 111. 
C63.5.+Eln;cr H., b. Nov. 7, 1878; m. Nora Norton. 

2913. AYARREX B.« SAXFORD {same descent as 290-i) 
b Xov. 18, 1851, Franklinville. 111. : ni. Xov. 21, 1872. Ellen Condor, 
b. 1816, In^xington, Ky. ; d. Jnly 12, 1877, Delavan, 111. Res. L-xs 
Angeles, Cal. 

Tliey liad t\vo children. 

6636. John L.o, b. Oct. 10, 1873, Elkhart, 111.; res. Los Angeles, Cal. 

6637. Nellie, b. Nov. 28, 1S75, Delavan, 111.; m. Pahner Brubakcr; res. 

Harvard, 111. 

2914. CLEOR.A :\r.^ SAXFORD (Can- 1194, Isandi ■/?/. 
Joseym 161, Joseph ,>'?, ]-::^c]ciel 9, Ezclciel 2, Thmnas 1) b. Xov. 10, 
ISin, Xew Haven, Yt. ; d. about 1893, IMiddlebury, Yt. ; ni. Apr. 9. 
1848, James R. C. Chapman, b. Fob. 20, 1825; d. Xov. 7, ^M. :dr. 



NINTH GENE]?ATION 571 



Chapiajin Avas a R. H. Conductor. He was killed in Cleveland, 0., 
and his widow, wilji her little daughter, went to her niotlier's home 
in .ATidcllcbury, Yt., v.liore she lived the remainder of her life, 
' They had one child. 

GG3S. Clcora Elizabeths Chapman, h. June 18, 1S49, New Haven, Vt.; die J in 
middle life at Middlebury, Yt.; unm. 

2917. WILLIAI\I ALBERT^ SANFOED {Joseph 119G, 
Isaiah 4SJ, Joseph 161, Joseph 5S, Ezekiel 9, Ezchiel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. Sept. 13, 1827, Stockholm, N. Y. ; d. July 1], 1892, Brooklyn, N. 
Y. ; m. Get. 10, 1850, Harriet Laviuia Harmon, 1). i\i:ar. 7, 1829, 
Coventry, Yt. Res. Potsdam, N. Y. 

Soon after rea^'hing- his majority, ■Mr. Saui'ord went nito trade 
with his father in Potsdam, N. Y. The business was continued 
until about ISGO, v/hen he became sole proprietor, and continued 
until about 1875. He liad an enorinous trade for some years and 
added a wholesale to his retail business. He was naturally a spec- 
ulator and at tinies dealt heavily in butter and wool. He was a 
man of fine presence, great energy and much tenacity of purpose. 

They had four children, all except James born in Potsdam 
N. Y. 

GG39. Jessie Hewitlf, b. Sept. 4, ]^.^6; d. Nov. 6, IS.^7, P.itsdam, N. Y. 

G640. Harmon Hewitt, b. Nov. 1.5, 1SG4; d. Nov. G, 1S67, Potsdam, N. Y. 

6641. Yiotor Albert, b. Jan. 25, IStJD, iinm.; res. Potsdam, N. Y. 

6642. .Tames Trvingr, b. Sept. 30, 1870, Burlington, Vt.; d. Sept. 2, 1S71, Bur- 

lington, Vt. 

2919. JOSEPH HORACE^ SAXFORD JR. {same descent 
as 2917) b. :\lay 2, 1831, Stockholm, N. Y. ; m. iMay Yi, 1851, Mary, 
dau. of Aaron T. and Betsey (Eastman) Hopkins, b. ^May 7. 1832, 
Potsdam, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 31, 1899, Potsdam, N. Y. 

In early life, ^Ir. Sanford condueled a large livery business 
for some years at Potsdam. N. Y. Quitting \\\\^. he weut AVesl. but 
returned in a few years and engaged in farming. After a time he 
gave up farming and engaged in live stock speculation, which he 
continued for many years. He was through early life and is now 
in old age, a most genial and companionable man. 

They had seven children, all born in Potsdam, N. Y. 

6G43. 4- William ll.'\ b. Ucl. 10, IS.'i.^; d. Jan. 20, 1SS2; w. Sarah Poborts. 
G6J4. Prank Hopkins, b. Pec. 20, IS.-jG; d. Mar. G, 1870, Potsdam. X. Y. 
eG4.=). James Henry, b. Mar. 2, 18.58; d. knff. 27, 18.59, Potsdam, N. Y. 
GG4G.-f George Hopkins, b. Sept. 3, 1850; m. Jda Parsons. 



572 THE 'J110:.rA8 RAXJ'OP.D FA?,! ILY 



6R17. Marj- E., b. Occ. 3], 1863; m. William C. Gipron; no childreu; res. 

Ithaoa, N. Y. 
GG48. + Sarah E., b. Mar. 20, 1S6G; in. Uarry Scars. 
CC>-19.-l~CLarlo(te A., b. Mar. 4, 3 870; m. George Siu^abaugh. 

2922. HEKBERT BJ SANFORD {same descent as 2917) 
b. Nov. 1, 18G5, Potsdam, K Y. ; ]it. July 12, 1SS7, Edna Aiigie 
'Woodworlh. Res., Roelie^ster, N, Y. 

They liad two children. 

6650. Charlps Ezra^ b. Sopt. 10, 1890. 

6651. Eorace Burr, b. Sept. 17, 1S92. 

2923. HENRY CLAY^ SANFORD {Aidctns 1199, Isaiah. 
484, Joseph 161, Joseph 58, Ezckicl 9, Ezekicl 2, Thomas 1) b. ilar. 
2.3, 1836, Stockholm, N. Y. ; d. Mar. 2, 1SS7, Gnnnell, la.; m. Apr. 
30, ]S61, Mary, dau. of Benoni and "Oracy" (Clarke) Greene, b. 
Jan 9, 1835, Richmond, N. Y. ; d. July 9, 1883, Platteville, Wis. 
He wa.s a merchant in Platt'-ville, TTis. 

They had five children, all born in Platteville, AYis. 

6652. Herbert Evarts^, b. July 5, 1862; d. 1900, Elatteville, Wis.; uiira.; 

buried in Platteville, Wis. 
66.j3. Fanny Greene, b. Dec. 4, 1S64, unni.; res. Madison, Wis. She is clerk 

for the Dean of State University. 
66o4.-f Albert Hart, b. June 1, 18G6; m. Luelia Eobcrts. 
6655.+HenTy Allen, b. May 1, 1S59; m. Frances Warner. 
6656. Delia Cleora, b. Apr. 19, 1878; res. Madison, Wis. 

2924. DELIA CLEORA^ SANFORD {sarac descent as 292S) 
b. Apr. 26, 1838, Stockholm, N. Y. ; d. June 27, 1878, Maloue, N. Y. ; 
m. (1) Fel). 1, 1860, Israel Stickney, b. 1831; d. Nov. 30, 1866. 
^loira, N. Y. ; m. (2) July 8, 1872, i\]ason Slason, b. June 17, 1823, 
Hubbardton, Yt. ; d'. July 21, 1904, :\ralone, N. Y. 

Slie had two children by first and one by second marriage. 

6G57. Lonisa» Stickney, b. Nov. 16, 1S60, Moira, N. Y.; d. April 18, 1S70, 
Moira, X. Y. 

6658. Israel Sanford Stickney, b. ^lar. 1SG7, iMoira, N. Y.; d Sept. 13, 1S6S, 
Moira, N. Y. 

6650. Masou Jay Slascn, b. July 14, 1873, ]\[nlono, N. Y. ; r.i. Sept. 3, 1002, 
Mabel Anna Berkeley, b. Mar. IS, 1877, Saranac Lake, N. Y. ; d. 
Dec. 11, 1&07, Malono, N. Y. No children. Mr. Slason is propri- 
etor of a music store iu Malone, N. Y. 



NINTH GENERATION 573 



2927. LILLIE CnAPMAN-' SANFORD {same descent as 
2923) b. Dec. r2, 1S58, PJattcville, W'h.-m. Jiuie 10, 1S9G, Edward 
Sherman Balccr, b. Mar. 8, 1857, Delta, 0. Kes. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Tliey liad two cbildrcu, born in Chicago, Jll, 

C6G0. William S.-iniord? Bahtr, L. Jaa. 11, ISDS; d. A^r. 30, ISPS. 
6GC.1. H.nzcl Irene Baker, b. Jan. 2, 1902. 

2930. IJEV. AARON SANFORD^ BILL {Betsey 1207, 
Aaron 494, Hezekiah 165, Lemuel 59, Ezekiel 9, Ezchicl 2, Thomas 
1) b. INIarcb 2-3, 1800, Redding, Ct. ; d. July 15, 1893; ra. (1) Oct. 
9, 1822, Phebe, dan. of Aaron and Eunice (Sanford) Hunt, b. Dec. 
19, 1800; d. Jan. 29, 1829 ; m. (2) Apr. 22, 1333, Abiah Ann Jndson 
of Cornwall, Ct., d. Sept. 17, 1875. Mr. Hill joined the New York 
Conference of the ^Methodist Episcopal Clmrcb in 1826, and served 
various churches as pastor. He resided in New Haven, Ct., after 
1850, "when he retired on account of deafness. 

He liad two cliildreu by second mari'iag'e. 

6GG2.+ Julia Amelia :Mr.Ty9 Ilill, b. Dec. 2G, 1S41; m. Daniel Leavemvorth. 
G663. ]\Iargaretta Cordelia Ahia Hill, b. Dec. 4, 1S13, Waterbiny, Ct. Edu- 
cated at Mt. Holvokc College. l^li£;3 Hill has been an invalid for 
many years. Res. New Huveu, Ct. 

2931. MIOSES'' HILL {same elesccnt as 2930) b. Feb. 2, 1802, 
Redding. Ct.: d. Apr. 1, 1869; ni. Mar. 28, 1826, Julia, dan. of 
Rowland and Polly Fanton of Redding, Ct. ; b. Dee. 29, 1802 ; d. 
Nov. 19, 1881. 

They had six children. 

66G4. Marys nil!, b. .Inly 5, 1827; d. May 12, 1850; unm. 

6G65. Eliza Hill, b. Jan. 19, 1S29; m. (1) "1857, William Baker of New- 
York, son of Amos and Mary Baker, d. ISGO; m. (2) 1861, John W., 
Bon of Captain Stephen Osborne, b. June 2G, 1810; d. IMar. C, 1S95. 
Buried in Derby, Ct.; res. Derby, Ct. 

6666. Harriet Hill, b. Feb. 18, 1831; d. Aug. 17, 1876; buried in Derby, 
Ct.; m. 18G7, Capt. Robert May of Derby, Ct., son of Robert :May, b. 
Get. 27, 18] 3; d. .Tan. 2, 1898; buried in Derby, Ct. 

6667.+Ly(iia Hill, b. Oct. 12, 1S33; d. May 11, 1880; rn. Jedediah Hawley. 

66G8. Emily Hill, b. :.rar. 11, 1836; unm.; re?. Redding; Rid^re, Ct. 

GG69. John Rowland Hill, b. Jan. 2, 1839; d. Sept. IG, 1893; m. Hannah H. 
Barrett of Keensburg, N. J. She is buried at Keyport, N. J. Mr. 
Hill was shot and instantly killed by a U. S. soldier at the "Cherokee 
Strip" for crossing; the "dead line." Buried at Kcyport, N. J. 
The Boldler was supj'o.sc^l to have been intoxicated. 



NINTH GENERATION 575 



2939. ELECTA^ HUNT {IJannah 1208, Aaron 494, Hezckiah 
]G}, Lemuel 59, Ezckicl 9, Ezcl-iel 2, Thomas 1) b. May 27, 1812; 
d. Oct. 10, 1SS9; ra. Oct. 22, 1831, George W. Tngrali'im, b. Nov. 
25, 1811, Aiiipnia, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 20, 1S97, Amenia, N. Y. 

Tliey had four childreD. 

G678.4-Je7nuea Inj^ralisni, b. Sept. 14, 1S36; m. Rev. Samuel Free. 

6679. Aaron Ihmt Ingraham, b. Apr. 23, 1839; d. June 1, 1S6-J.; unm. Mr. 

lugrabain enlisted as a private in Co. G., 4Stb Eegl. N. Y. S. V. ju 
Aug., ISGl. It uas called tlie Brooklyn regiment, Eev. James 
II. Perry, Colonel. He uas Pirst Lieut, of Co. G , sante regiment, 
uhen lie was instantly lulled at the battle of Cold Harbor, Ya., June 
1, 16G4. His body was not recovered. 

6680. Phebe Hunt Ingraham. b. Ytay 18, 1S47; unm.; res. Anicnia, N. Y. 
eeSl.+George Irving Ingrahain, b. Dec. 1, 1&51; d, Nov. 1, 1S84; m. Fannie 

Payne. 

. 2940. ZAOrON SANFORD'' HUNT {same descent as 2939) 
b. July 20, 1S17; d. Nov. 3, 1895: buried in Sliarou, Ot. ; m. ]^^[ar. 
8, 1853, Juliette, dan. of Isaac and Eunice (SaufordJ Gorharn, b. 
Nov. 4, 1820. They resided in Sharon, Ct. 
They had three chi]dr9n. 

6682. Infant-', d. 1855; buried in Sharon ccnicteiy. 

6683. Emilie Carrie Hunt, b. Feb. 16, 18G0; d. Mar. 1870. 

6684. Infant, d. 1862; buried in Sharon ceuietery. 

2941. EEV. AAEON* HUNT, JE. {same descent as 2939) b. 
Aug. 14, 1S20, Eedding, Ct. ; d. Jan. 20, 1908, Hudson, N. Y. ; m. 
(1) ]\ray 11, 1843, Caroline Finch of Fine Plains, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 
1899; in. (2) July, 1902, Mrs. Mary Hoffman. Mr. Hunt joined 
the New York Conference of the INfethodist Episcopal Church in 
1842, and ^vas pastor of many cluux-lics. He resided iu ITudsou, 
N. Y., after 18S6. 

He had four children by first marriage. 

6685. Mary Elizabeths Hunt, b. Apr. 1844; unm. 

66S6.+Francps A. Hunt, b. Oct. 1S45; m. (1) Ferdinand Hunt; m. (2) Ed- 
ward Perry. , 
6687. -1- Augusta L. Hunt, b. Feb. 1818; m. Isaac Pirdsley. 
66S8. Carrie Hunt, d. in infancy. 



2942. ANDEEAV HTLL« SANFOED {Aaron 1209, AaroJi 
494, Hezckiah 165, Lemuel 59, Ezckicl 9, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) b. 



THE TIIDMAS SANrOlM) FAMILY 



Sept. 30, 1814, Redding Ridge, Ct. ; d. Jan. 6, 1839; buried in 
Redding Ridge, Ct. ; m. Louise Taj'lor of Easton, Cl. 
They liad one child. 

GGS9. Aiidixw Hll]^, b. Fob. 1839, Reddiug-, Ct.; d. June 5, 15G1, in ilie Civil 
V;ar. 

2943. DANIEL^ SANFORD (same descent as 2942) h. llixr. 
5, 1817, Redding Ridge, Ct. ; d. Jan. 12, 1902, buried in Redding 
Ridge, Ct.; m. (1) Apr. 10, 1845, Anna I^Iaria, dan. of Charles 
Ames of Craigsville, N. Y., d. Dec. 9, 1850, ag. 30; ni. (2) Dec. 9, 
1852, Helen E. Sarnmis of Norwalk, Ct., b. :\ray 22, 1829; d. Apr. 4., 
1891. 

j\Ir. Sanford secured a tliorongh education at Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, and after spending several years in teaching at White 
Plains, N. Y., returned to Redding, vrhere he built a sehoolhouse 
adjoining his residence on Redding Ridge. This school was opened 
for boys in the fall of 1G47. It took the name of the Redding Insti- 
tute and soon attained a national reputation. ^Ir. Sanford v;as a 
man of much force, strength of purpose and steiding character — 
just the man to train, educate and develop boys and young men. 

Owing to the grovrth of the seliool, in 3851, he secured the 
services as associate teacher, of Prof. Edward P. Shaw, v/ho became 
Principal on the retirement of Mr. Sanford in 1867, and success- 
fully conducted the school until 1873, Avhen he discontinued it. 

The school was well conducted, and the boys so well disciplined, 
looked after and taught, that it drew young men from leading 
families in several states. i\Iany of the scholars have become prom- 
inent in the various walks of life throughout the country. A por- 
trait of Frof. SanfoL'd and a nm.ch fuller accouTit of the school is 
given in Todd's Ilistor}' of Redding, published in 1906. In 1S57, 
he was appointed Postmaster at Redding Ridge, and in 1877, was 
elected to the Legislature. 

In 1905, this famons old school was revived by Prof. Daniel 
Sanford, a graduate of Yale and son of the original founder of the 
school. 

He had U\-o children by first and four by second marriage, all 
born in Redding. Ct. 

6G90.-|-Mary Amos», b. Aug. 28, 1S46; d. July 1, 1004; m. l">r. John Merritt. 

6691. Tnfnnt, h. Dec. 7, ISoO; d. Dec. 7, 1850. 

6092. -f Helen Estella, b. Nov. 20, lSo4; d. Dec. 19, 1SS4 ; m. Harry Barnes. 

6693. Daniel S., b. Nov. 20, ]S51; d. younp. 

6G94. Julia Isubollp. b. Nov. 22, 1S5G. 

669.").-|-D:'.niel Saniinis, b. Apr. 10, IS.j'J; ni. Anna Tuinlinson. 



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2946. IIENRy« SANFORD {samo descent as 2942) b. Jan. 
18, 1823, Redding Ridge, Ct.; d. Sept. 6, 1903; m. (1) Oct. 31, 18-13, 
Nnnoy Jndson Lockwood of Bridgeport, Ct. ; d. Nov. 5, 1894; m. (2) 
Seul. 12, 1898, Mrs. Olive Wilmot Bureliard of New Yorlc City, 
d. June 19, 1903, Newcastle, Ont. 

I\lr. Sanford was born on a farm in Redding Ridge, Ct., wlierc 
he attended seliool and worked on tlie farm, as boy.s of that time 
"vvere required to do. When ciglUeeu j-ears of age he taught school 
in White Plains, N. Y., and later in Bridgeport, Ct. At about the 
age of twenty-one he went to ]3ridge]')ort, Ct., and opened a store 
on iMain Street, but in this venture he did not meet with success. 
After his failure he secured employment as an express messenger 
on tlie old Ilousatonic Railroad running between Bridgeport, Ct., 
and Pittsfield, Mass. Subsequently he entered the employ of the 
Adams Express Co. in an office capacity. After a few years he 
became secretary of P. T. ]3arnum, in the old American [Museum 
in New York City. 

Upon the opening of the Civil AYar he ^^-ent to the Southern 
states and made arrangements witli the railroads and express com- 
panies for the forwarding of packages sent to Union troops. He 
also arranged for the prompt shipment of war material purchased 
in Europe. The efficiency of these arrangements attracted the 
attention of the Adams Express Co. and when the war >vas ended 
he \-"as invited to become one of its directors, lie did so and was 
identified with that_ concern until his death. On the reinoval of 
John IToey, ^Iv. Sanford became President of the Company, Oct. 
12, 1891, and retained this position until failirjg health compelled 
his retiremoit. 

It v.as on the suggestion of ~S]v. Sanford that the telegraph 
"wires were cut some distance out of Ilarrisburg, Pa., in Feb., 1861, 
■when President Lincoln was on liis Avay to Washington, to prevent 
knowledge of his movements in. Baltimore, vvliere a jJot had ])een 
hatched to kill him as he passed through that city. He was o]ic 
of the three men to ride with ]\lr. Lincoln at the time of his inaugu- 
ration. 

Mr. Sanford was a large, handsome man, possessing a courtly 
appearance and commanding presence, with great strengtli of pur- 
pose and foj'ce of character. He was, too, as his great success in 
life proves, a most ca]>able, wise, and sagacious business inau. 
PeaT'ed as a farmer boy until of age, by his own unaided wits and 

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^'^ I'ilJS THOMAS SAXFOKD FAMILY 



powers he accnnmlaled a large fortune, the largest in Brid-eno]-t 
estimated on his deatli all tlie way from seven to fifteen millFoBs ' 

He had one child In- first marriage. 
(5G96.+SaD,i;el Simons^, b. Mar. 15, 3849; m. Kate Cecil. 

2947. AAKOX^ SAXFORD {same descent as 2942) b Jan 
28, 182o, Reddnig Pddge, Ct. ; d. Feb. 9, 1902; m. Jan 5 18-17 
Flo}-a Jane Bcardsley of Newtown, Ct. 

^Iv. Sanford was one of the leading men of Ne->^iown, Ct and 
held many town and some county ofiiees. He was High Sheriff of 
• Fairiield County for a term of three years. He was President of the 
Xewtowu Savings Baulr tJie latter part of his life. 

They had two children, born in NeAvtown, Ct. 

GG97. + ,Mary Elizabeth^, b. July 5, ISGD; m. llarlcn Proctor 
eeO.S. William Henry, b. Nov. 10, ]86]. lie A.as in Yale College in 1S<^4 Vow 
m business ^ilh ILc Ceuturj :.Taga2ine Co., Xew York. Ees. N. Y. C. 

2948. FANNY'^ SANFORD {same descent as 29ry) b Xov 
12 1827, Redding Ridg., Ct. ; d. Feb. 21, 1872; buried in Redding' 
Ridge, Ct. ; m. Apr. 22, 1851, Edward Peter Shaw, b. Au^ 31 18-'^9 • 
d. Apr. 8, 1905. Buried in Redding Ridge, Ct. 

.Air. Shaw was a graduate of Wesleyan Universitv. class of 
lbo2. For years he was connected with Redding Institute as Prin- 
cipal and Instructor. He was a local preacher in the Alethodi^t 
Church, represented the to\a, of Redding in the State Leoislaturc 
at two different sessions, and held the offioe of Jnd^-e ofVrobate 
for tlie District of Redding for a number of year3,^besides other 
town cifiir-os. 

They had four children. 
6699.-fEminao Shaw, b. A],r. S, lSo2; m. Oliver Banks 
6700. + Heury Sanford Shnw. b. Nov. IG, IS.l.^; m. Isalicllc Hzeqnelle 
6701.-hEdwara J. Shaw, b. May 2o, ]So9; ,]. Mar. 29, m.9 ■' m Ennna 

Clianibers. ' 

6702.-fSan,ncl Carter Shaw, b. Nov. 3, ISGG; n,. Mrs. Margaret Adams. 

2949. JESSE LEE^ SAXFORD {same descent os 2942) b. 
Jan. 4, J8;n, Redding Ridge, Ct.; m. :\rar. 19, 18G3 Fannv ^\ 
Osborn, b. Sept. 29, 1840. Redding, Ct. ' * 

:\lr. Sanford is a farmer of Redrling Ridge, Ct. He has held 
many town offices and was a reiiresentative iu 1884. 

They had seven children, all born in Redding Rid^e, Ct. 




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C703.+]\Iaisliall ]1rigAs^ b. Bepf. 16, 18fio; m. Eltie Sherwood. 
f.704. Jessie Osborn, b. Dee. ?,0, 1807; luiiii.; res., Eedding Eidge, Ct. 
0705. SaiJiiiel Jlenry. b. July 17, J.S70; d. Get. 22, 1SS9. 

G706. + Sarah EJizabefh, b. Feb. 22, 187^^; d. Dec. IS, 1903; m. Fred Perrine. 
0707. -j- Fanny Olivi:^, b. .luly -1, 187.^; m. Einory P. Sanford. (f-cc 7'2G1.) 
C70S. George. Osborn, b. Nov. 17, 1877. 

«3709. Aaron ]Jill, b. Nov. 14, ISSO; m. Sept. 27, 190.-), Bessie Louise Blackinau 
of West Pedding, Ct. 

2950. MARY ELIZABETH* SANFOJU) {sar,u- descent as 
2942) b. .AFay 11, 1834, Kcdding Kidgc, Ct. ; d. Nov. 21, 1858; 
biu'ied in Ucddiiig Ridge, Ct. ; m. Dec. 24, 1857, Marslia]! Sylvauus 
Drigg's of Brooldyn, N. Y., \vlio became a ])ro!in'nc]it business maii 
in New York City, ov;ner of bonded warehouses, president of the 
Williarnslturg City Fire Insurance Co., d. Sept. 14, 1910. 

They had one cliiJd. 

ii7J0. Alarsliall S.f Driggs, Jr., d. iu infancy; buried at Pedding Pidge, Ct. 

2951. JOHN SWINBURNE* SANEORD {some desccni as 
2942) b. Sept. 9, 1836, Redding Ridge, Ct.; m. Dee. 10, 1SG3, Jennie 
0. ]\riller of Redding, Ct., b. 1843. Mr. San ford is a tlirifty farmer 
in Redding. 

T)iey had two cliildreu. 
671 1.-1- Elbert, Miller^ b. May 1, 1SG5; ni. Emma P.arnum. 
C712. John Clinton, b. Aug., 1SG7; d. June 14, 1S94; m. Jan. 1, 1893; Lottie 
Barnuni of Danbury, Ct.; d. Aug., 1894. 

2958. FRANCIS ASBURY'^ SANFORD {Haidcij 1210, 
Aaron 49 J, Hezcldah 165, Lcmvcl 59, Ezekid 9, Ezeldel 2, Thomas 
1), b. Arg. 13, 1824, Redding, Ct. : d. Sept. 13, 1899, Bridgeport, 
Ct.; bnricd at Redding Ridge, Ct. ; m. Sept. IG, 1845, Lney Hawley 
Knapp, b. Oct. 5, 1826, N. Y. 0. ; d. iNlay 23, 1900, Bridgeport, Ct., 
and buried at Reddiug Ridge, Ct. She was herself descended from 
several worth}' liistoric families. 

^Ir. Sanford was a leading citizen of Redding, Ct., and of 
Fairfield County. His inclinations early led him to a connuercial 
life. After study in the coinnion S(diool.s and a course at ATuenia 
Seminai-y, New ^'oik, and after a shoi-t c-\{)crience in the teacher's 
profession, ho e]Uered nyercanlile etn[>loymvnt in his native town, 
and soon beeatne propi'I'^tor. building up and maintaining for 
nearly thirty years the largest general trade in Fairfield County. 

His acti^ities became widely exte/ided, and included ser\dce 
as trustee, guardian, executor and administrator of wills. He was 



580 Tin: TfiO.MAy SANFOKI) FA!^1JLY 



also tlio bniiko)- for a vdde co)inimin1y. In political life he filled 
sucli offices of town and Stale as INistinaster, Notary Public, Select- 
mau, Justice of the Peace, and Cotmuissiouer of the Superior Court. 
He Mas ;in ardent defender of the I'epubjiea}! })olicies and a stuncli 
supporter of Mr. Lincoln, during the AVar of the Pebellion. lu 
1865, before the .strife liad terminated, he vas elected to the Connec- 
ticut State Senate from the Eleventh District, and in ISGS was a 
member of the House of Pepresentatives from liis native town. 

He was of noted Llethoclist ancestry, his grandfather, Aaron 
Saiifoid, having been the first ]rjale member of that denomination 
iu New Enghmd {see shdch), and his father liaving been the Rev. 
Hawley Sanford {see sJceich). He was a man of lofty ideals, great 
conscientiousness, and spotless integrity, and in consequence he 
was held in the In'ghest esteon throughout western Connecticut, 
where he enjoyed a ^nde ac<iuaintance daring his active business 
career. As a member of the Church of his fathers, he held tiie 
positions of Steward, Trustee, and Ti-easurer of the local Society 
during much of his residence in Pedding. He died in Cliristia)! 
serenity at Bridgeport, Ct., on Wednesday, September 13, 1899, 
and was buried in the family- plot at Pedding Pidge, Ct. No one 
has borne the Sanford name inore worthily. 

They liad six children. 

6713. Caroline 3vuapp9, b. Dec. 2, 1S4S; d. June 27, 1S3L Barled tit Ectldrng 
Eidgo, Ct. 

6714. + Arthur Benton, m. Nellie lUiy ITimt. 

6715. ]\Iyron I\red. Dr. Sanford, after prepara(ov_v courses in conuuon 
schools, at the Eedding Instltnte, and imdcr private instruc- 
tion, entered Wesloyau University, !Middletovn, Conn., in ls7G, 
and gvf'duated T,-ith high honors in the Clf ss of ISSO. In ISSO-ISSG 
he was in charge of tho Department of Classics at Wyoming Sem- 
inary, Kingston, Pa. He then became Assistant Professor of Latin 
at Haverford College, Pa., for the year 18SG-7; was Professor in the 
same department during 1SS7-1S93, and was also Dean of the Faculty 
for the years 1890-1893. He was a student at the University of 
Gottiugen and in Italy in 1802; studied at the University of Lcipsic 
in 1S93-1S94, and was al?o a student of archaeology at Rome and 
Pompeii in 1S94. In the autumn of 1894 he was elected Professor 
of the Latin Language and Literature at Middlebury College, Ver- 
mont, and still occupies that position, llis scholarship is high, and 
his methods of instruction are unique and engaging, leading recent 
judges to rank him among the best jirofessors of Latin in our 
American Universities. The titles of ^l. A. and L.Ii.D. have been 
conferred upon him. 

Profes.-^or Sanford is a member of tlie I'hi Xu Hliela aiid Phi 
Beta Kappa Societies, having been for years the president of the 



NINTH GENERATION 551 



Vermont Betix Chapter of the latter organization. He also l,a^ moin- 
beieliij. in the American Philological Association and in tlie Vermont 
Botanical Society. l]c^ is the author of various magazine article. 
on historical and lit.ravy sul.je.ts .nd is a general and pro- 
ficient student of science and art. In 1S99 he originated a H-man 
draaia, founded on the incidents of th. Catilinian conspiracy, in 
connection ^-ith which he edited the libretto, Temporihus Romijus 
Arpinaih: At the Commencement of IPIO, he repeated this drama, 
witli elaborate scenic efi^ects, -^vhich was witnessed by large audiences! 
In ]9]0, the University of A'ermont conferred upon him the degree of 
Littcrurum inimaniorum Doctor, in recognition of his exceptional 
proficiency in his department. This excellence has led a prominent 
educator to say: "Professor Sanford is one of the first authorities in 
America on Eoman dress and the details of everyday life among the 
Koman ].eoiiles. He has given many years to the study." Dr. Sanford 
is held in high esteem by his college associates and 'by the residents 
of ^ridulebniy. Xo v.orltman nses finer tools. 

0716. Emma Caroline, unm. Teacher of Literature. Pes., Bridgeport. Ct. 

C717. Frank Herbert. A successful teacher in various schools, New York Citv. 

6718. Daughter, b. Apr. 17, 1S63; d. Apr. 17, 1S6.3. 

2957. HATrLEY^ SANFOED, JR. (scnnc dcsccni os 29J6) 
b. May 5. .1S2G, Kcdding, Ct. ; m. Sept. 2S, 1S4S, Elizabotli Jane, 
daiT. of Ze-nas Jolmson, b. Nov. 15, 1S27, Eastoii, Cl. They reuioved 
to Iowa iu 1SG5 and he vras a inember of the T'liper Towa Conrerciice, 
]\rethndist Episeopal Chnreh, for several years. 

They had nine children, all e.xeept :\Iary, Charles, and F)-ankliu 
born in Redding-, Ct. 

6719. + Mary LouiseO, b. Aug. 11, ]S49, Ea.ston, Ct. ; m. John Burrell. 
6720.-f-Alcimore Mead, b. Jan. 22, 1S52; m. Amanda Gilbert. 
G721.4-Wilbur Young, b. Mar. 23, 1854; m. Nancy Beckley. 
G722.-firf,rriet Anna, b. Sept. 10, 1S;5P; m. Charles Webster. 

G723. John Sherwood, b. Apr. 5, 1S.59; m. Callie Moore, b. .Tan. IS, 18G8, 

near Dansyville, Tenn. Pes., ]\remphis, Tenn. 
G724.-f Nellie Elizabeth, b. Oct. 2n, 18G1 ; m. Cliarles Paul. 
672n.-fMartha Jane. b. Dec. 0, ]So3: m. Willinm Gilbert. 
G726.+Charles Hawley, b. Nov. 17, PsfiG, in lov.a; m. Louella Velvin. 
6727. Franklin Augustus, b. June 16, I8G0, in Iowa; d. July 20, 1S70, in 

Iowa. 

2958. REV. AARON KETCIIIT:\L^ SANFORD, D. D. (same 
descent as 2939) b. Oct. ]!), 1827, Reddin- Ct. ; d. Feb. 21, 1910, 
Yonkers. N. Y. : ni. June 5, 1804, Frances L. Burnhani of i-.rookl\ii, 
N. Y., b. :\Iay 7. ISH:^; d. :\ray 20, 18f>5, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rnr'ied 
iu Kcnsieo Cemetery, N. Y. 

This prominent mhiiste.- of the Methodist Episcopal Chnrch 
was born in Red<lini}:, Ct., Oct. 19, 1827. and was a son of Rrv. Haw- 



5S2 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



ley Sanford (xcc sl'cfcli) of that historic tov.n. After studies in the 
common schools and iu the old Amonia Seminary, he united witli 
the XcAv Yorl: Conference of t]ie I\relliodist Episcopal Cliurch in 
3852. He was pastor of ^-arious ini])ortaut churches in tlutt terri- 
tory, including two conspicuous terms of service covering' sixteen 
years at the Five Points ]\Iissiou, in lovrcr New York City. He was 
for three years Superintendent of the Nev/ York City Church 
Extension and Missionary Society, and was also Presiding Elder 
of the Prattsville and of the Poughkeepsie District of his Confer- 
ence. 1)1 tlie midst, of his activity Syracuse Ujiiversity conferred 
upon him the degree of Doctor of Divinity. 

Dr. Sanford was a reserve delegate to the General Conference 
of 1876, and a memhcr of the General Conference of ISSO, meeting 
at Cincinnati, 0. He was also a delegate to the Third Ecumenical 
Methodist Conference, at City Poad C)iapel, London, Eng'land, 
iu 1901. He was for many years a memher of tJie Board of Foreign 
IMissions of (he Church, and at his death was the oldest uiinisterial 
memher of that hody. He was also, at the time of his decease, the 
President of the Board of Trustees of tlie New York Conference. 

Dr. Sanford helped to cstabli.s)i the Sanford Association of 
America, \vas a Vice-President of that body, and was nnich inter- 
ested in its prosperity. At eacli of the three Peunions held^ 
before his death, he was present as an active i'articipa7it. and had 
already found liis way into the deep regard of the members of the 
Association. 

As a grandson of the fust Aaron Sanford, vihose sketch shows 
him 1o have been at tlie beginnings of ?*Iri-!iodisni in New Enidaud. 
Dr. Sanfoid was ever mindful of liis high Ik ritage, and in his life 
work sought to reflect honor upon his ancestry, l^'oi- fifty-seven 
years he continued in the active work, enjoying in that loni:' periiul 
an extensive acquaintance with the leaders of his denomination, 
and ever bearing an unsullied re})utation as a consecrated Christ- 
ian ministoj". In 1901), with the burden of years unon liim, he took 
a superannuated relation to his Conference. For less than a year 
remaining in this new relation, after long suffering he crossed over 
to join his illustrious .kindred on February 21. 1910. He passed 
his long life in great usefulness, and won the love of mrdtitudes 
in his years of self-denying service. His burial was at Kensico, 
N. Y. 

They had one child. 
C728.-^Cl:n•e!u■o Rex-', b. July IS, ISG'J; in. ^Mnry T>ill. 



1)AVI1< BllMIK S.WFORl) 
No. 2959 



NTNTH GEXERATIOX 583 



2959. DAVID BURGE^ SANFOED (same descent as 2956) 
b. Mar. 31, 1829, Eeclding, Ct. ; d. Mar. 6, 1904, Independence, la.; 
buried at Independence, la.; ni. (1) Oct. 24, 1855, Cornelia A., dau. 
of David B. aud Cornelia A. Laeey oJ! Bethel, Ct., b. Mar. S. 1834; 
d. Sept. 19, 1856, Eeddiug, Ct. ; m. (2) Nov. 9, 1859, Julia Anna 
Janes of Xortlineld, Ma.s.s., d. Aug., 1S87 ; m. (3) Dec, 1895, Mrs. 
Charlotte AYilley of Atlantic. 

'Mr. Sanford'.s education having been coinpleted, he taught, 
clerked and in 1857 served a term in the Connecticut Legislature. 
In 1859, he jnoved to Iowa, after 1864 making his home at Inde- 
pendence until the time of his death. He was Postmaster at Chat- 
ham, la., from 1360 to 1864. 

]Mr. Sanfprd was of a family strong in the Methodist faith, 
and his co.nnection v.-ith the first ]\I. E. Church of Independence 
was probalily llie most remarkable feature of his life work. The 
Socii-ty was incorporated as a Cluirch in 1861, and from 1865 until 
his death he was Secretary of the ]3oard of Trustees. His religious 
faith was a part of the bone and fibre of his being, and he faced 
death without fear. 

He had cme child by lirst and three by second marriage. 

6729. Coniclia^', b. Sojit. 12, IS.oG, Redding. Ct.; d. July 23, 1S63, Littleton, 

la. 
6730.-f H.irriet Emily, b. Feb. 5, ISGl ; m. Charles Gates. 
6731. 4- Ed ward Jlawley, b. Apr. 1, l^Cv?,; m. Orj.lia Clusor.. 
6732. T,ydia, b. Sept. 10, ISGo, Tudepejideiieo, la.; d. Oct., 1SG6. 

2900. LYDIA^ SANFOED {same dcscrnf as 2950) b. June 
6, 1831, Eedding. Ct. : d. Dee. 29, 1006, Southampton, X. Y.; buried 
in Banksville, Ct. ; m. June 3, 1852, Eev. Henry Brown ]Mead, b. 
Nov. 18, 1820, Banksville, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 15, 1906, Fishkill- n-the- 
Iluds/in, N. Y. ]^>uried in P.anksville, N. Y. He was a member of 
the M. E. Conference. 

Thev had five children. 



6733. + Geeri:e P.anV.s^ Mead, b. June 10, 1853; m. (1) Ida Turner; ni. (2) 

Anna Benedict. 
6731. Emory Leslie Mead, b. Oct. 5, 1S55. Principal Utiea Free Academy, 

Utioa, N. Y. 

6735. Herbert Bantord Mead, b. Dec. 25, ISGl ; d. Jan. 3, 1862. 

6736. Ifawley Saa lord Mead, b. July 16, ISiM; ni. — , Tlelei! IVe-toii. 

6737. Mary Jane Mead. b. Feb. 17, iSCt); d. July 16, 1S9S. Buried in Banka- 

ville, N. Y. 



584 THE THOMAS SANFORD FA^nLY 



2961. CAPT. MORRIS HILT/ SANFORD {same descent as 
2956) b. Mar. 10, 1835, Reddiug, Ct. ; d. Sei^t. 30, 1875, Indepen- 
dence, la. ; buried in Independence, la. ; rn. Nov. 23, 1859, Eliza- 
betli Aim White, b. May 4, 1838, Eastoii, Ct. 

j\Ir. Sani'ord entered tbe Civil AYar us 2nd Lieutenant of Com- 
pany C in the lOtli Infantry, which later became the Second ITeavy 
Artillery Conn. Vol. He was promoted to be 1st LieutC;nant and 
later Captain, and ^vas sevei'ely wounded in the Battle of Cedar 
Creel:, Ya. After his diseharge he renio\cd to Independence, la. 
He was a man of large ability ajid of much influence in his ccin- 
nninity. His widow became Mrs. I'lane. Res., Cedar Rapids, la. 

They had five children. 

673S. Wilbur Wliites, b. Sej.!. 16, 3800, Hritlgeport, Ct.; d. Nov. 2-5, ISGG, 
Independence, la. 

6739. :Marian Hill, b. Apr. 17, 18G1, Bridgeport, Ct.; d. Nov. 14, 1S6C, Inde- 

pendence, la. 

6740. Frederic LeGrand, b. Mar. ?.(\, ISGG, Independ.^nco, In.; m. Jan. ]G, 

1889, Carrie J. AcMey, b. Aug. 22, 1870, Viola, la. No cbildre;i. 
In lumber business. Res., Uobe'rtsdale, Ala. 

6741. Fannie Louise, b. Sept. 10, 1SG8, Independence, la.; d. Mar. 2, 1S72. 
6742.-f:Morri3 Donuau, b. May 3], 187.-i; m. Helen Collin. 

2963. PHEBE^ GORHA^I (Eunice 1212, Aanm -194, TIczc-^ 
kiaJi 165, Lcinurl 59, Ezchicl 9, Ezelicl 2, Thoma^^ 1) b. Feb. IG,' 
1815, AYestport, Ct. ; d. Aug. 15, 1!)01, Chicago, III; m. Nov. 
28, 1833, Frederick S. Cole, b. July ], 1810, Pittstown, Ct. ; d. 
July 21, 1S72, Melrose, la. 

They had three children. 

6743. -f William Sanford^' Cole, b. Nov. 29, 1S34; m Sarali Fatclielor. 

6744. Annette Cole, h. Jan. 21, 1S3S, Scliaghticoke, N. Y. ; d. June 5, 190G, 

Chicago, HI.; unni. 
C74n. + Eunice J. Cole, b. Dee. 14, 1S41; d. I^fay 11, 1903; m. A^ard Sherman. 

29G5. LYDIA ANN^ GORHA.Al {scnm. descent as 2963) b. 
Nov. (), 1818, \Yestp())'t, Ct. ; deecascd ; ni. George ]\losher of Red 
Creek, N. Y. 

'J'hey had four children. 

674^.^-^saac? Jvlotlier. 

6747. + Julia Electa Moslier, b. Apr. 23, 1844; d. Dee. 21, 1895; m. Eev. Isaac 

Foster. 
C748.-t-Mary A. Mosher, m. Seymour Partridge. 
6749. Georgia Moodier, b. 18.57; d. 1888, New Haven, Ct.; unm. Buried at 

New iraveu, Ct. 



NIXTF GE.VERATIOX 



5,S5 



2971. THOMAS BURR« FANTOX, JR. {ChorJoiie I51i, 
Aaron 49i, Jlcieliah 16:',, Lemuel r.9, Ezclnd 9, EuUd -^ Tho.rn[ 
1) b. Mny 2n, 1S2'J, Reddinor, Ct. ; d. Aug. 8, ]SS7, Danlmrv Ct - 
lii. Jimo 5, 1S50, Mary Sophin, d;ni. of Zwuis aiid Anjia "(i^Uirr- 
wood) JoluLson of Eastoih Ct., b. Feb. IS, 1S3U; d. July ]S, l;,U!,3; 
botli buried in Daidjnry, Ct. 

They liad six eliildren, all except John born in Redding, Ct. 

6760. Thomas Burr? Fanton, b. Sept. 21, JS.53; d. J;ui. 27, J.s7,^, Indejieudei.r.c 

la. Buried in Daubury, Ct. ' 

6751. Carrie Jeunette Fauton, b. Oct. 12, 1S55; d. Jan. 2. 1S77, Danbnry, Ct. 

6752. IVlinnie Elizabetli Fanton, b. Dec. 25, 1S57; m. Oct.' 10, 18SS, Stebbins, 

son of Walter and Mary Elizabeth (Lacy) Edmond of L'oddincr, Ct • 
d. Apr. 25, 1900, Banbury, Ct. Her res., Banbury, Ct. 

6753. + Char]otte Louise Fanfon, b. May 2^, 1S60; ]n. (1) Wijliam Brvant • ].i 

(2) Clarence Joliuson. 
C754.+Willi;im Morrison Fantoii, b. >'eb. 12, 1.SG7; m. Carrie Shanu. 
6755. John Sherwood Fanfon, b. May 1, 1S7-J, Banlmry, Ct.; d. .Ia)i. 2^, 1S75. 

2972. WILLIAM HAWLEY'^ FANTOX {,o,ae ^rsccni a, 
2971) b. Jan. 14. 183i, Redding, Ct. ; m. (1) Xov. 27, RS.55, :\Jary 
Lyon, dan. of John Lyon Smith of .Aliddletown, Ct. ; ni. (2) Isa- 
bella A. Annable, b. in Troy, X. Y. Res. Ridgevrood, X. J. :Mr. 
Fanton graduated at Wesleyan Univei'sity in 1S55. 

He had two cliildren by second marriage. 

G75G. Janctte Belleo Fanton, b. 1863, Little Falls, X. Y. ; unni. Pes., Eid-e- 

Avood, X. .1. 
6757. ]\Iary Annable Fanton, b. 1S6.5, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Doc. 14, 190G, 

William Carnum Koberts. Res., X. Y. C. 

297.*i. ELECTA ?.[.« HYATT {Lijdki 1215, Aaron 191, Bcz- 
cktah 165, Lemuel 59, EzcUel 9, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Mar. IS, 
1832; d. Feb. 4, 1899, Xelson, X. Y. ; m. May 11, 185G, Marliu Lyon. 
They resided in Fenner, X. Y. 

Tiiey had three children. 

675.S. + Fraiik Ifyatt^' Lyon, b. Dec. 3, 1S5S; ni. Abbie Slroiio-. 
6750. -f Walter Kanford Lyon, b. Apr. 13. ISGG; ni. IMarilla Yates. 
C760. + llr„ry Hyatt Lyi.n, b. :\lay 5, 1S73; nn Amber Tlannuond. 

2978. MARY A.^ Deforest {SalUj 1220, Ilczelnah 196, 
Bezckiah 165, Lemud 59, Ezel-iel 9, Ezelciel 2, T/iomas 1) m. Dr. 
David Keys. 

They liad one child. 

6761. Marj;aretta Crav, ford^ Keys, m. V\u]\\< 0. Sanford {sec 3003). Re.^., 
Sau^'atiick, Ct. 



586 THE THOMAS SANFOIJD FAMILY 



2979. MARIA ANTOINETTE^ LYON {Betsey 1221, Eczc- 
kiaii 496, Uczehiah 165, Lemuel 59, L'zckiel 9, Ezehiel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. Apr. 4, 1816; d. Feb. 20, 1903; m. Oct. 7, 1840, Abraiii Stockholm. 
Res. Pou'dikeopsie, N. Y. 

They liad four children. 

67C2.^-:^^;n•iao Stockholm, b. Aug. 20, 1841; ni. John Gilbert. 

6763. Plicbp Helen Stockholm, b. Nov. 27, 1843; ni. May 30, 1S67, Egbert 

Benson Killey. Ees., Poiigbkeepsie, N, Y. 
6764.+Abrnni B. Stockholm, b. Jan. G, 1S49; m. Jennie Ward. 

6765. Walter L. Stockholm, b. Mar. 20, 1S54; d. Bee. 2, 1S57. 

2981. SARAir^ LYON {same elescent as 2979) h. Jiilv 18, 
1820; d. 1885; m. Leir.ucl Wales. 

They had three children. 

6766. Sara5 Wales. 

6767.-fElizabeth Wales, m. Stephen Underhill. 
676S.+rran]; Wales, m. Mira Taylor. 

2982. I\IARY« LYON {same descent as 2979) h. Jime 4, 
1823; m. Sept. 12, 1843, Johu J. Wood. 

Tliey had two children. 

6769. Alieeo Wood. 

6770. Cliarles Wood. 

2984. LOUISA S.^^ LYON {same elescent as 2979) b. Feb. 4, 
1826: d. Jan. 5, 1907; m. William Clarke, d. May 12, 1901. 
They had cne child. 

6771. \\'Mltero Clarke. 

298G. BETSEY« LYON {same descent as 2979) b. Nov. 4, 
1830; m. John Peck. 

They had fonr childrru. 

6772.4-Mary» Peck, m. John Keed. 
6773.+Julia Peck, ni. Ik'rt Foshay. 

6774. Ada Peck. m. — Sheldon. 

6775. Bessie Peck, m. Wescott. 

2989. LYDIA ANN« SANFORD {George 122:^, William 497, 
ITczekiah 165, Lemuel 59, Kzckicl 9, /':zekiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 
28, 1821: d. Jan. 28, 1872; m. Feb. 19, 1840, Christopher Hawkin.s 
of ronghkeepsie, X. Y., d. Jan. IG, 1891. 

They had three cliildron. 



NINTH GENERATION 5S7 



G770. Pbcbe Annao Hawkins, b. Fob. 1, 1841; d. Aug. 29, 1S57. 
6777. George Christopher Hawkins, b. Feb. 2.j, 18i3; d. May 1, 1904, N. Y. 
C.J m. May 8, 1S.79, Matilda Gardner, d. May 4, 1S9G, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
6778.4 Lvdia Corinna ITawkir.'^, b. Jan. 2, 1S45; m. Theodore Cox. " 

29S3. AYILL1A:^P SxVNFORD {GUcs 1225, William 497, Bez- 
cMah 165, Lemuel 59, EzeMd 9, E~d:id 2, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 8, 
1823; d. Sept. 4, 1S19, Astoria, L. I.; buried in the Albany Kr.ral 
Cemetery; ni. June 1, 1845^ Harriet Freeman, dan. of "SVaite and 
Rebecca (Freeman) Barrett'of Albany, N. Y., b. 1823. Her father 
fought m the lu'Vohiti(»n, so she is entitled to ''a gold spoon, as 
a real daughter of the E evolution." 

They had two eliildren. 

6779. Giles», b. Mar. 1, 18-16; d. May 10, 1866; unm. 
67SC.+ Catherine Eut-oalthea, m. William Bnrhans. 

2994. PHE13E WILLIS* SANFOIU) {same dcscont as 
2993) b. July 31, 1825; d. Dec. IS, 1892; buried in the Albany 
Rural Cemetery; ra. (1) Dee. 9, 1846, William Chauncoy Child, 
D. D., of Charlestown, :\Iass., b. Auj-. 10, 1817, John^to^^^^, X. Y. ; d. 
Jan. 14. 1876, Boston. :\rass. ; buried in Alliany Euial Cemetery; 
m. (2) Apr. 7, 1886, Johi] AY. OJmsiend. D. D.. of Boston, IMa.ss., 
b. 1817, Schenectady, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 31, 1891, :\Ianc]ie.?ter, ALass. ; 
buried in Schenectady, N. Y''. He ^\as editor of tlie AYatchmitu, a 
Baptist AYeehly. 

She had four children by first n:iarriage. 

6781. Delia Wildoro Child, b. Oct. 17, 1840, Charle-stown, Mass.; d. May 6, 

IS-'O. 
6782.-1-/ una Gcrtvude Child, h. Alar. 21, 1851; m. Samson Whittemore. 
6783. ATiunio Cliild, b. ^lay 16, 1854, Framingliam, Alass. Lived seven days. 
6784. -f Willis Sanford Child, b. Ang. 2, IS-')?; m. Nettie Orifiln. 

2998. CAPvOLTNE LOUISE'^ SAXFOLvD {samp, descent as 
2993) b. Jau. 17, 1834: d. Feb. 14, 1876; m. Dec. 1, 1858, Robert 
II. AlcClellan, b. Jau. 3, 1823, Hebron, X. \.; d. July 23, 1902, 
Galena, 11). He was a son of Col. AA'illiam AlcClellan. 

They had five .•bildren. 

6785. William Ranf()rd-> AlcClellan, b. Nov. 20, 1859, Galena, 111.; d. Feb. 2(\, 

]S83, Omtiha, Neb. 

6786. George Willis AlrClellan, b. Sept. .".0, 1801; nam. Kcs., Mobile, Ala. 

6787. Frank MoClellan, b. Nov. 28, KSG.-^; d. Aj.r. 4, 1878. 

6788. Mary MoClellan. b Sept. 12, ISGS, nnin. IJ.'S., T^o]ly^a.od, Cal. 
6789.-|-liobert .Sanfu:d :NroClellan, b. Fel.. 4, ]S76; in. lllla ibirnuui. 



588 THE THO^srAS SA'XFOT^D FAJtTLY 



2999. ELIZABETH PAKSOXS' F5ANF0KD {same descent 
as 2993) b. Nov. 27, 3810; d. Jmii? 6, KSS2; buried in the Albany 
Enral Cemetery; ni. Nov. 15, 18G6, Levds iNortliey, sou of Col. Eben 
and Sully (Hooper) Tiippau of Manchester, -Mass., d. Feb., ISSO; 
bin-ied ?.\ ^Manchester, ]\Iass. 

They had three children. 

6790. + SaT!ford9 Tappaii, b. June 7, 1870; d. Mar. 22, 3900; m. Elizabeth 

Coleman. 
6791.+Lcv.is Hooper Tappaii, b. Sept. 12, 1873; ni. EucUa Barragar. 

6792. Blanche Tappan, b. Aug. 13, l.'^.7G; d. Sept. 28, 1884. 

3000. Wn.LIAM HERON^ SANFORD {ZoMon 1227, 
Williavi 497, IIcrcJ:iah 16r>, Lcnvuel 59, EscJciel 9, Ezchiel 2, Thomas 
1) b. May 31, ]8;30, Redding, Ct. ; d. Jnly 18, 1900, N. Y. 0. ; buried 
in AYestport, Ct. ; in. A.ng. 10, 1852, Sarah Frances, dan. of Hari'y 
and Sarah (Bnrwell) Plati, b. ]\Iar. 4, 1831, ^Ye.stnurt, Ct. Res. 
N. Y. C. ^Ir. San ford v/as buried in Y'estport, Ct. 

They biad four children, all born in Xc^\' York City. 

6793. Carolines, b. May 21, 18.^3. 

679J. Znlmon, b. May ]9, 18.39; d. Feb. 1, ISGO. 

6795. Frances, b. Aj.r. 9, ISGl. 

679G.+Lnc.v Heron, b. July 31, 1SG8; m. Charles Whedon. • 

3003. PHILIP GERARD'' SANFORD {same descent os 
3000) b. Dec. 18, 1840, Y^cstport, Ct. ; m. .Alargaretta Crav.ford, 
dan of David and Mary (DeForest) Keys of Danbury, Ct., d. 
Nov., 1908; buried in l^rewster, N. Y. ilr. Sanford is manager of 
the AVinebe.ster Repeating Anns Co., 812 Broadway, Ne^^ York 
City. 

Tliey had one child. 
G797. + Alfred DeForoity, b. June 2, ISGS; ni. Bessie Marvin. 

3005. REY. ANDREW JACKSOX^^ UV^T' {Joseph 1229, 
Eunicr 199, Jfe-el-iah 165, Lemuel 59, E:cl-iel 9, Ezekicl 2, Thomas 
1) b. Oi-t. 27, 1824; d. ^lay 13, 1881; buried at Rhiucbeck, N. Y. ; 
m. June 20, 1867, Plielie Rutsen, dau. of John Rodman and Grace 
(Sands) Bowne, d. Apr. 6, 1905. :\lr. Hunt was graduated at 
\Yesleyan University in 1819. and joined tlie New YoiL Conference 
of the I\lethodist Episcopal Church in 1850. He was Prijieipal 
of Ameuia Seminary. He resided, after 1871, at Pihinebeck, X. Y. 

They had one child. 

679S.-f Gra.-e Sands" limit, b. Sept. 9. ISGO; m. Henrv Monttroniery. 



NIKTH GENRKATION 5S0 



3011. ^YILLIAM WHITEHEAD^ LADl) (Fanny 1233, 
Lazarus 512, Lijdia 10.9, Lemuel 59, Ezelciel 9, Ezcliul 2, Tkoma:^ 1) 
b. Nov. 1, 1S25, N. Y. C. ; m. June ]1, 1851, S;n-a]i nanium. d:iu. 
of Tliomas and ]\lary (Ilfninan) PJiillip.s, h. Apr. 2^, 1826, N. Y. C. ; 
d. Aug-. 9, ISS-i, lirooklyu, N. Y. lies., Throgg's Xock, X. Y. 

They liad four cliildren, all born at Throgg'.s Neck, N. Y. 

6799.+Wi)liam WhitoLeads Ltidd, Jr., b. Sept. 2J, 1832; m. Elizabeth Kowc. 
CSOO. Waller Graeme Ladd, b. Sept. 20, 1856; m. T)c-c. 5, 1883, Kate Evcrit, 
dau. of Josiah oiid Caroline (Everit) Macy, b. Apr. 6, 1863, xV. Y. C 
GSOl. + ltoDry Manchrstcr Ladd, b. Jnnc 7, 1S5S; m. Martha Coit. 
6S02.-|-Jame:s Beach Ladd, b. Juue 27, ISCO; m. Rebecca Serrill. 

3017. CAIKJLIXE AFEUOEA^ LADD {sonic descent as 
3011) h. Juue 25, 1837, N. Y. C. ; d. July 2, 1878, T3rooklyn, X.Y. ; 
111. Nov. 15, 1859, Dr. William, son of Alexander- and Eli/a (J\Ic- 
Cutcliens) Gilfillau, b. IMay 25, 183-1-. (He married (2) Oatboriue 
Ladd. See 3020.) 

They bad two cbildi'cn, born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

6803. + Far nyf Oilfilian, b. July 1, 1862; ra. Albert Van ^Yyck. 
680-1. William Wl.itehead Gilfdlan, b. Dec 4, 1SG9; unm. 

3018. ELLEN LOULSEs LADD {same desccnl as 3011) h. 
Oct. 30, 1839, N. Y. City; m. Oct. 22, 1867, William, son of Rev. 
Henry and I^lary (Kennedy) Y/'allace, b. May 15, 1835, Cork, 
Ireland; d. Dec. 22, 1896, Brooklyn, N. Y. lie was a pbysieiau. 

They bad two children, born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

6805. Henry? Wallace, b. ,Tuly 11, 1868; m. Oct. 14, 1S9G, Carrie Louise 

Eostwick, b. Feb. 25, 1S70, N. Y. C. He was a i)hyr.ician. 
6S0G. William Wallace, Jr., b. Apr. 28, 1873; uinn. 

3021. LUCY (JAROLTXE^^ AVERTLL {CaroUne 1231, Laz- 
arus 512, Lydia 169, Lemuel 59, Ezeldrl 9, Ezclnd 2, Thomas 1) b. 
June 17, 1826, New Utrecht, L. 1.; d. July 7, 1856, We.st Point, 
N. Y. ; m. July 28, 1847, William, Jr., son of William and Mary 
(Iladen) Churchill, b. Feb. 4, 1825, Boston, I\Iass. ; d. Jiuie 7, 1873, 
Montclair, N. J. 

They bad four children. 

6807. -(-Mary Caroline^ Ciuircliill, b. July IG, 1849; in. Geor-e Ripley. 
GSOS.-}-Floreneo Cliuichill, b. Apr. 21, 18.J1 ; in. V.'illiam Gcrrl.sh. 

6809. William Churchill, b. May, 18.51; d. in infancy. 

6810. Lu'^y Churcbil!, h. May, 1854; d. in infancy. 



590 TJIE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



3023. JOSE] '11 OTIS^ AVERILL {same descent as 302:1) 
b. Oct. 22, 1830, N. Y. City ; d. Sei)t. 29, 1889, Brookl>-n, X. Y. ; m. 
(1) May 11, 1852, Sarah E. Jones, d. Mar. 19, 1853; m. (2) Jime 
17, 1855, Mary Elizabeth Smitli, b. Jan. 25, 1834, Commack, N. Y. ; 
d. :\[ar. 21, 1894, Bay Kidge, K. Y. 

He had one cliikl by first, aiid seven by second niari-iage. 

6S11. Daiightois, b. Mar. 19, 1853; d. July, 1S53. 

CS12. Femin Augustine Averill, b, ]\ray, QSoG; d. Apr., 1857, X. Y. C. 

6S13.4-.Toseph 0!is Averill, Jr., b. .Tune 4, LS57; m. Julia Blfike. 

C814. Ellen Mills Averill, b. July 11, 1850, N. Y. C; m. Sept., 1895, Cliarlcs 

Meig.s, sou of William and Elizabeth (Atwater) Charnley. 
6S15. Henry Russell AverLll, b. Aug. 20, 1861, New Haven, Ct.; d. July 

7, 1891, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
fiSlC. Charles Smith Averill, b. Nov. 24, 1SG3, Brooklyn, N. Y.; unni. 
&S37. Mary Averill, b. Mar. 28, 3SGG, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
GSIS. Williiim Jiidson Averill, b: May 22, 1870, SmithtoAvn, L. T.; d. Sept., 

]895, NeAV York. 

3025. CATHERINE SOPHIA^ UNDERHH^L {Cotlicrinc 
1235, Lazarus 512, Lydia 169, Lemuel 59, Ezel:iel 9, Ezcldel 2, 
Thomas 1) b. May 20, 1826, N. Y. City; d. Jan. 22, 1SG3, Ng'a' 
Canaan, Ct. ; m. Nov. 16, 1853, John, Jr., son of Joliii and Ann 
(Hargrave) Dixon, b. 1824, Bradford, Eng. ; d. Nov. 10, 1869, 
Bradford, Eng. 

They had two children, liorn in N. Y. City. 

G819. Augustin Underbill'^ Dixon, b. July 16, 3 855; d. Feb., 1S56, N. Y. C. 
C820. Annie DLxon, b. Aug. 30, 1851); unm. 

30?.7. HANNAH S^^JITH^ UNDERHHjL (same descent as 
3025) b. ^lar. 2, 1835, N. Y. City; m. Apr. 25, 1866, "William 
Ashley, son of Josiepli and Lncy (Ransom) Runisey, b. Nov. 4, 
1833, Stafford, N. Y. 

They had two cl'ildren, born in Helena, ]\lont. 

CiS21. William Ashley^ Rumscy, b. June 13, 3 807. 
C822. Lottie M. Rumsey, b. June 13, 3867. 

3032. TTENRY^^ LYON {I'hUo 1240, Jlcmtah 515, Lydln 169, 
Lemuel 59, Ezeliel 9, E-eliel 2, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 16, 181 6; d. 
Mar. 9, 1841: ni. :\ray 22, 1837. Bydia ]:)isbrow. 

They bad one ebild. 

6823. Molam'tlion Starr? Lyen, d. 3 863. 



NJNTIT GENERATION 591 



3033. MARY^' LYON (same descent as 3032) b. Jan. 2G, 
.1823 ; d. Apr. 2, 1889; m. May 19, 1847, Ira, son of Ira and Polly 
(Judson) Morse, b. Oct. 19, 1819. 

I'hey bad tlrree cldldren. 

6S24. + I]cleii Gertnulp-» Morse, b. Oct. 10, 1S48; in. David Ponfirld. 

6825. Pcrcival Gleason Morse, b. Nov. o, 1850, Danbnry, Ct.; m. May 11, 

1877, Emma Josephine, dau. of James end Anna (Ilutclnjison) 

Oliphant, b. Jan. 28, 1850, N. Y. C. 
GS26. Ezra Starr Morse, b. Dec. 6, 1858; d. June 29, 1SS9; imm. 

3034. PIIILO L.'' LYON {Isaac n-il, Jlo.nnak 516, Lijdia 
169, Lemuel. 59, Ezekiel 9, Ezcldd 2, Tho)aas 1) b. Nov. 31, ]S2G, 
Eeddino-^ Ct. : d. Jnue 27, 1896, :^racedon. N. Y.; in. Mar. 17, 1850, 
Maria, dan. of Abiram and Etbalinda (Scott) ^lilliman, b. Dec. 19, 
1827, Ann, N. Y. 

I'liey bad tliree children, all born in Maccdon, N. Y. 

G827. Augusta Islfi Eyon, b. ilar. 16, 1851 ; d. Mar. 21, 1S90, iMacedon, N. Y. 
(S^2S. Pliilo Bcott Lyon, b. May 22, 1853; d. Apr. .3, 1870, Macedon, K. Y. 
6829.-pPhilemou Lyon, b. Nov. 1, 1857; m. Emma Fisher. 

3035. JULIA^ LYON {seme descent as 3034) b. June 8, 
1833, Eedding, Ct. : d. ]Mar. 20, 1889, Palmyra, N. Y. ; in. :\Iay 5, 
1853, Uriah, son of Abiram and Etbalinda (Scott) i\lillimau. 

Tliey bad one child. 

6830. Ethabnda Julias Milliman, b. May 1, 1854, Maeedon, N. Y.; d. Nov. 

13, 1873, Pabnyra, N. Y. 

3036. JOHN BEACIP LYON {same descent as 3034) b. 
Nov. 8, 1836. Peddinfr, Ct. ; m. Jan. 17, 1871, Ellen, dan. of 
William ^loon of England, b. 1818, Eng. 

They bad two cbildre)!, all born in Ontario, N; Y. 

6831. Lydias Lyon, b. Nov. 21, 1875. 

683."?. Pessie Lyon, b. Nov. 21, 1S75; ni. Oct. 10, 1892, at Port Gibson, N. Y., 
Wilbam Witherdeu, Jr. 

3039. JOHN BEACH^^ HULL {Lemuel 1245, Eiinicc 516, 
Lydia 169, Lemuel 59, Ezehiel 9, Ezckiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Se]^t. 17, 
1828; d. ]\rar. 17. 1891; m. Sept. 10, 1856, Ellen Clarissa, dan. of 
Eben and N.-mcy (Cramer) Sabin, b. Feb. 19, 1833. 

They bad three children. 

CS33. Clara Franeeso Hull, b. Nov. 20, 1859; unm. 

6834. Amy White Hull, d. July 30, 1881. 

6835, "Walter Eeldeu Hull, b. Sept. 11, 18(57; unm. 



592 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



3047. EMILY PARTHENIxV« BEACH {Isaac r253, Isaac 
617, Lydia 109, Lemuel 59, Ezekicl 9, E.zckicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 
6, 1S43, Redding, Ct.; in. Jan. G, ]SG3, .Alareus, son of Stephen and 
Charity (Jlieke) Jolley, b. June 26, LS39, Georgetown, N. Y. 

Tliey lutd five children. 

6S36. + Frank Allwyiio Jolley, b. I^far. ]4, ]8C4; d. Mar. 12, 189G; m. Sarah 

McCord. 
68.37. Armenia Charity Jolley, b. Sept. 33, 1S65, Granby, N. Y.; d. Nov. 3, 

1S69, Greenbush, Midi. 
6S3S. Minnie Eebecca Jolley, b. Sept. 16, 1SG9, Greenbush, Mich.; m. Jan. 

12, 1S9S, Wallace J., son of David and Caroline (Osborn) Eookwood, 

b. July 27, 1836, Blooni6eld, Pa. 
6S39.+Eugene Steven Jolley, b. Sept. 27, 1871; ni. Annie Fleagle. 
6S40. Henry Isaac Jolley, b. Pec. 2, 1S79, Greenbush, Mich. 

3050. ISAAC II I] J/ BEACH {same descent as 3047) b. 
Oct. IS. 1851, Rcmsen, X. Y. ; ni. Feb. 17, 1887, at ^li. Pleasant, 
Mich., Virginia, dan. of John and Elizabeth (Fox) Grimm, b. ]\lar. 
11, 1865, Parkerslnirg, West Va, Res. Van Decar, ]\Iich. 

They had fonr children, all born in A-'an Decar, ]Mich. 

6841. Jesse Jordano Beach, b. Jan. 10, ISSS. 

6S42. Loren Lknvellyn Beacli, b. Sept. 24, 1SS9. 

GS43. Arthur Andrev." Beach, b. Nov. 4, 1891. 

C844. Esfher Mary Elizabeth Pansy Beach, b. May 2.^, 1S94. 



3051. .AlARY LUCY^ BEACH {same descent as 3047) b. 
Mar. 8, 1856, Remsen, N. Y. ; rn. Dec. 2-1, 1873, Arlington Cyrns, son 
of Cyrus and Clarissa (Easton) Lewis, h. Oct. 12. 1847, :\riddlcfield, 
Ohio. 

They had fonr children, all born in Lake City, Mich. 

6845. Arthur Euoeneo Leuis, b. Auij. 27. 1875. 

6S4G. Gertrude Effio;cne Lewis, b. Aug. 28, 1877. 

6847. Blaine Irving Lewis, b. Apr. 7, 1880. 

GS4S. Everard Arlintjton Lewis, b. S.'pl. 1-5, 1SS4. 

3052. LYDIA JULIA :\1ARIA^ BEACH {same descent as 
3017) b. June 22, 1857, Reni.seu. X. Y. : m. (1) Xov. 11, 1SS5, 
James Xeelands of Owen Snimd. Can., b. June 0. 1857; d. Dec. 11, 
1802, Cnullciusville. ^licli. : m. (2) June M, 1895, Edward A. 
Meaker of Xew Yoi-k. Res. Weidman, ?ilic]i. 

She had five children b\- first marriage. 



NINTH GENKITATTON 593 



6S49. Andrew Wiiitono Neelands, b. Aug., 18S6. 

GS5(). Isaac Be.u-.h Neelands, b. Feb., 1S87. 

GS51. Eobcrfc Henry Neelands, b. Aug., 1SS9. 

6Sr.2. Deborali Wary Neelands, b. Jan., 1S91. 

C853. Ellen Jt^iio Neelands, b. May, 1893. 

3053. I\IARY SANFORD^ DAVIES {Jnlia 125^!i, Lemuel 
519, Lemuel 170, Lcynucl 59, EzeMel 9, Ezehiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 
6, 1818, Ilimtiiigiou, Ct. ; d. Dec. 23, 1890, Wostport, Cl. ; m. Sept. 
24, 1839, Ebenezer Banks Adams, b. Dec. 23, 1810, Westport, Ct. ; d. 
June 12, 1877, AYestport, Ct. Mr. AdanLs was a graduate of Yale, 
class of 1831. 

They Isad one child. 

6S54.4-E!)en?ze:- T-icnhsa Adams, Jr., b. July 24, 1S49; cI. Juno 4, 1SS9; m. 
Mary EuH;ley. 

3055. LE^IUEL SANFORD^ DAYIES {mmc dcsccnf as 
3053) b. Feb. 28, 1823, New Haven, Ct. : d. Jniie 14, 1897. in Cal. ; 
m. Sept. 14, 1847, Stella ^\. Scovill of "Watcrlniry, Ct. 

They liad seven children. 

CS55.-|-^Villiaui Bostv.icko Eavios, b. July 27, 1S4S; m. Laura Presson. 

6SoG. Mary Estelle Davies, b. Jan. IC, 1851, Cayuga Co., N. Y. 

6S57. Catherine Alathea Eavies, b. Feb. 13, 1S53, Cayiiga Co., N. Y. 

6858. Edv,aTd Thomas Eavies, b. Aug. 15, 1857, Waterbury, Ct. 

CS59. Arthur Scovill Eavies, b. Jan. G, ISGl, Waterbury, Ct.; ni. May 13, ISSS, 

Ilattie L. HuflF of Santa Cruz, Cal. 
6SG0. John Henry Eavies, b. :Mar. 23, 1863. 
CS61. Stella Elizabeth Eavies, b. July 1, 186G, Wak-rbury, Ct.; m. July 1, 

18SG, William Woodhead of St. Paul, ^Vnm. 

305G. RT. REY. TIIO^IAS FREDERICK^ DAYIES, D. D., 
LL.D. {same, descent as 3053) b. Aug. 31, 1831, Fairfield, Ct.; d. 
Nov, 9, 1905, Detroit, I\Iicli.; m. Apr. 29, 18G2, ]\Iary Lang Hack- 
staff of ]\Iiddletnwn, Ct. INIr. Davies was r>is]iop of iMiehigan from 
1SS9-1905. lie was a graduate of Yale, class of 1853. 

They had three children. 

6S62.-|-Auna llackstaft'n Eavies, b. July 10, 1SG3 ; ni. Eoirfy Haines. 

G8G3. Marion Sauford Eavies, b. June 7, ISG."; uuin. 

6^G4. Thomas Frederick Eavies, Jr., b. July 20, 1S72, Philadelphia, Pa.; uuni. 

(38) 



THE TJIOMAS SAXrOHl) FAAIILY 



3059. NEIIE.AIIAIP TERRY, JR. (ALarij 1255, Lemuel 519, 
Lemuel 110, Lemuel 59, Ezelciel 9, Ezeldcl 2, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 12, 
1S27 ; m. Ernily Je«nin<T,s. Res. Fairfield, Ct. 

T]i(?y had two children. 

6S65. Liicile ,loiinings9 Porry. 
6866. Grace Jcuninps Perry. 

30Gi. SA^IUEL'^ PEl^RY {same descent as 3059) b. Mar. 22, 
1832; d. 1874; m. Lucy Osborii. 
They had one child. 

6567. Mary .Saufords Perry, m. "William Penaud. Jso children. 

3062. MART RUSSELL^ SANFORD {Lemuel 1260, Jona- 
than 523, Letnuel 170, Lemvol 59, Ezeldcl 9, Ezeldel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. Oct. 2, 1848, Redding Centre, Ct. ; d. Dec. 9, 1895; m. Sept. 18, 
1872, Henry S. Osborn. Res., Redding Ridge, Ct. 

They had five ciiildien. 

6568. Mary Sauford^ O?boin, h. Sept. 5, 1873; d. May 28, 1874. 

6869. lOleanor Pussell Osl.oru, h. Oct. 5, 1870. 

6870. Pobert Sauford Osborn, b. Sept. lo, 1S80; d. Mar. 8, 1903. 

6871. Henry Sanford Osliorn, b. Nov. 24, 18S2. 

6872. Samuel Smith Osborn, b. Dec. 17, 1891. 

30G4. ABRIE BARTLBTT'^ SAXFORD {smne descent as 
3062) b. Dee. 21, 1854, Redding Centre, Ct.; m. Jnnc 21, 3S83, Rev. 
Y/illiam Bailey Hague of Galesbnrg, 111., b. 1848, in Pennsylvania. 
Res., Gorham, ]Me. 

They had five children. 

6873. Abbie Sanford^ Hague, b. Mar. 31, 1884. 

6874. M'ary Pussell Plague, b. Oct. 18, 1885. 

6875. William Bailey Hague, Jr., b. Mar. 20, 18S7. 

6876. Albert Hill Hague, b. .Jan. 29, ISOl. 

6877. Arthur Bartlett Hague, b. .Jan. 17, 1893. 

3066. ALICE A^IANDA^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3062) b. Nov. 28, 1858, Redding Centre, Ct. ; m. IMay 27, 1889, AYil- 
liam Barlow Hill, d. June 11, 1898. Res., Gorham, Me. 

Tliey had three children. 

6878. William P.arlowo Hill, b. Aug. 1, 1^90. 

6879. Harold Sanford Hill, b. Apr. 7, 1894. 
6S80. P.radlev Lyon Hill, b. Oct. 2, 1895. 



NINTH GF.NEKATION 595 



3067. GERTEUDE LUCRETTA^ SANFOKD {same descent 
as 3062) b. Oct. 11, 1860, Redding Centre, Ct. ; m. Oct. 21, 1SS6, Lee 
Roy AVoolsey Randle of ^M\tou, Ct., b. 18(!0; d. Aug. 19, 1904. Res., 
Redding, Ct. 

Tliey hfid four children. 

C'^S]. Jonathan Sanford9 R.-nidlc, b. Nov. 15, 1SS7. 

CSS2. Samuel Hyatt EandJe, b. Apr. 4, ISfiO. 

GSS8. GciUude Sanford Eandlc, b. Fob. 12, 1892. 

C8S-1. Dorothy Da vies Randall, b. Oct. 23, ISOS. 

3068. JONATHAN BARTLETT'' SAKFORIJ {same, descent 
as 3062) b. Oct. 2o, 18G2, Redding Centre, Ct. ; m. IsUx 25, 1887, 
Edith Dayton, b. IFay 21, 18G8, Morristovrn, N. J. Ras"^^, Redding, 
Ct. 

They liad ten children. 

G8S5. Lomuelo, b. Feb. 5, 1S8S. 

6SS6. Eleanor A., b. Apr. 6, 1890. 

68S7. Edith, b. Jan. 1, 1892; d. Aug. 21, 1907. 

CSS8. Joriathau Eartlctt, Jr.. b. Nov. 9, 1894. 

GSS9. Abby Hill, b. Nov. 1,1896. 

6890. Dayton, b. Mar. 7, 1899. 

6891. Elizabeth Russell, b. ilay 19, 1901. 

6892. Arthur R^dington, b. May 19, 1903, 
eS93. Theodora YanZaudt, b. Aug. 29, 1905. 
6894. Aliee Davics, b. Dec. 21, ]907. 

3088. LAURA JANE^^ DREW {Edwin 1265, Mollie 528, Eze- 
l-iel 171. Lemuel 59, Ezeliel 9, EzeUd 2, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 19, 1832, 
Wilton, Ct. ; d. June 5, 1862: m. Nov. 19, 1856, Heiiry Durant, b. 
in Lethel. Cl.: d. O^'t. 20, 1862. 

They bad one child. 
6895.+"\Villinm Wilber« Durant, b. Aug. 14, 1857; d. Mar. ], 1889; m. Sojiliia 
Hansen. 

3089. WILLIAM IIENRV^ DREW {same descoil as 3083) 
b. Efb. 18, 1834. AVilton, Ct. ; d. July 9, 1906; in. May 31, 1865, 
Katherine Green, b. Nov. 8, 1835. 

They liad four children, al born in ]\[attea\van, N. Y. 
6890. Laura Janeo Drew, b. Fob. 24, 1867; m. Oct. 12, 1892, James Shurtor, 
b. Nov. 18, 1852, Fishkill-ou-Hudson, N. Y. 

6897. Mar^'uret Drew, b. May 10, 1SG9; d. Doc. 10, 1874. 

6898. William Heary Drew, Jr., b. Deo. 29, ]872; ni. ]\ray 12, 1908, Graco 

Mae Gary of Binghamton, N. Y. 

6899. Edwin Sanford Drew, b. Aug. 7, 1875. 



596 TJIE THOMAS SAXFORD FAIMILY 



3090. CHARLES JAI\1ES* DEEW {scnne descent as 308S) 
h. June 15, 1836, "Wilton, Ct. ; m. Doc. 19, 1871, Emma Maria Bou- 
ton, b. Aiir.'. 29, 1843, Virgil, N. Y. 

Islv. J)re\\' cnli.sted from Oiicogo, TIL, Sept. 4, 1861, and uas 
mustered i)ito the U. S. service as a seaman aboard tlic Essex under 
Capt. AA'illiam D. Porter and A. H. Foote, commanding the fleet. 
He took part in the capture of Ft. Henry and of Ft. Donaldson 
(Island Xo. 10), the destruction of the Confederate ram xVrkansas 
and many other engagements. During the capture of Ft. Henry 
the Essex ^vas totally disabled, being struck fifteen times, and the 
officers and men were transferred to the iron clad Pittslmrg until 
the Essex was rei)aired five months later. ^Ir. Drew was ]ionoral)ly 
discharged at Cairo, 111., Sept. 15, 1SG4. He is a member of Lin- 
coln Post Xo. 1, Dept. of Kansas, (4. A. P. He luis beerj Alderjuan 
and y.nyoY of Topeka, Kan. 

Tliey had two children, born in Topeka, Kan. 

6900. ^rai-yf Drew, b. July 22, 1874; d. Aug. 30, 1S75. 

6901. Charles Henry Dre\r, b. Aug. 20, 1S77. 

3092. ROBERT XEWTOX^' DREW {same cJescent as 30SS) 
h. June 15. 3 813, Wilton, Ct. ; m. Xov. 25, 1867, Kate Harvey Han- 
non of Bethel, Ct., b. Aug. 31, 1846. Mr. Drew has been a success- 
ful hat manufacturer in Orange, N. J., since 1874. 

They had four children, all except Charles born in Orange, 
N. J. " 

6902. Charles Edwins Drew, b. Dec. 5, ISGS, Bethel, Ct.; d. .Tune 20, 1S76. 

6903. George :\r. Drcv, b. Aug. 25, 1S76. 

6904. Grace Permelia Drew, ]). j\Iar. 2, LS79. 

6905. Eobert Newton Brew, Jr., b. Oct. 4, 1SS2; d. July C, 1SS3. 

3093. JOSIIl'A^ CULVER {Ahhci/ 12GG, MoUic r,58, Ezehid 
171, Lemuel 59, Ezelciel 9, Ezeldel 2, Thomas 1) b. June 9, 1829, 
Pine Plains. X. Y. ; d. 18G8, Pine Plaims, X. Y. ; m. Sept. 28, 1857, 
Jerusha Bostwick, of Piiie Plains, X. Y. 

They had tlnee children. 

6906. Mary Dudleyo Culver. 

6907. George Culver, d. 186^. 

6903. Hattie Culver, b. 1863; d. 1S6S. 



NINTH GENERATION 597 

3097. WAiyrER BACKUS'^ CULVER {same descent as 
309.3) h. Hay 7, 1837, Pine Plaius, IS. Y. ; m. Dec. 17, 1863, Harriet 
J. Myjratt of Anicnia, N. Y. 

They had eleven cliildicn. 

(5909. \Valtei9 Culver, b. lS6o; d. Jimo 19, 18G9. 

6910.-fMay Emily Cuivcr, b. Jan. 15, 18G6; m. Williran Akin. 

6911. Laura Bartram Culver, b. Feb. 24, 1S67. 

6912.+Ambrose Mygatt Culver, b. Sep1. 2, 18G9; ni. Ida Chnprnan. 

6913. Henry Culver, b. Sept. 2, 1869; d. Sept. ir>, 18G9. 

6914. -f Dudley Drew Culver, b. Apr. 10, 1S72; m. Frances Merwin. 

G915. George Culver, d. July 17, 1S7G. 

6916. Harry Walter Culver, b. Jj,u. 4, 1877. 

6917.+Arthur Backus Culver, b. Oct. 10, ISSO; rti. Virginia Carpenter. 

6918. Geoige Randolpli Culver, b. Jan. G, 1884. 

6919. Harriet Elizabeth Culver, b. Dec. 4, 1SS6. 

3103. ^FARY LOUISA^ GREGORY {Dudhy 1270, A.liigail 
531, E-cldcl r:j, Lemuel 59, Ezckkl ,9, EzcUel 2, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 
28, 1825, Albany, N. Y. : d. Feb. 19, 1885, N. Y. C. ; ra. Dee. 10, 181-1, 
Josiah Hornblower Gautier, b. Nov. 12, 1818; d. Apr. 1, 1895. 

They liad seven children. ■ 

6920. Dudley Gregory^ Gautier, b. Feb. 2, 1847; unin. Ecs., N. Y. C. 

6921. Thomas Browu Gautier, b. May 21, 1851; d. Jan. 20, 1S86; unm. 

6922. ]\raria Louisa Gautier, b. Jan. 2G, 1853; d. Aug. IS, ISSl; m. Louise 

!slesier. No children. 

6923. Josiah H. Gautier, b. July 11, 1855; d. June 25, 1868. 
6924.+Ann Elizabeth Gautier, b. Oct. 1, 18oS; m. WaPei Witlierbec. 

6925. Charles Edward Gautier, b. Sept. 5, 1SG0; d. Apr. 14, 1900. 

6926. Clara Sutton Gautier, b. Sept. 8, 18G4; ni. Oliver AV. Bird, Jr. 

3104. CliARlSSA BARTLETT'* GREGC RY {same descent 
a.s 3103) b. Jnly 22, 182G, N. Y. C. ; d. Jan. 9, 1887, N. Y. C. ; m. 
July 2, 1816, Cornelius Kin-sland Sntton, b. ^lar. 28, 181 S.; d. Feb., 
1875. 

They had seven children. 

6927. +Ann Maria" Sutton, b. ]\ray 17, 1847; d. Jan. 17, 1899; m. (T) Edward 
Stephens; m. (2) Henry Goodwin. 

6928. Kingsland Sutton, b. Oct. IG, 1850. 

6929. Gregory Sutton, b. Oct. 2, LS52; d. Dec. 7, 1899; m. Bela Jex. No 

children. 
6930. + Alice Ei becca Sntton, b. Aug. 7, 1855; d. Feb. 7, 1892; m. (1) 
Stanton Whitney; ni. (2) Eli Goddard. 

6931. Louise Gautier Sutton, b. Sept. 27, 1S57; m. Walter Crosby. 

6932. W^illiam Cornelius Sutton, b. May 17, 1861; d. June 21^ 1861. 
6933.-l-Corneli'i Georgiana Sutton, b. Dec. 5, 18G2; d. Jan. G, 1897; m. Lloyd 

Aspiu-vvall. 



598 THE T110?.K\S SANFOi'.'D TAMILS' 



3105. GEOEGR "WASIITNGTOX« GREGORY (same descent 
as 3103) h. Nov. 23, ]827, iN. Y. C. ; d. .Afay 17, lSf)4, Jersey City, 
N. J.; 111. Doc. 12, 1850, ?,Iarga.rct Hciidorsoii, b. Jlar. 18, 3S31; d. 
Feb. 6, 185S. 

Tiiey }i;!d one child. 

693-1.4-1 )iul ley S;niford'-' Gregory, b. Sept. 19, IS'51; m. Lucy Maury. 

3107. DUDLEY SANFOlUy GREGORY, JR. {some descent 
as 3103) h. Ang. 2S, 1831, N. Y. C. : d. Feb. J 5, 1880, X. Y. C.; lu. 
Au.i:'. 3, 1853, Rebeeca Frances Olney, b. Nov. 30, 1833, Obieyvillo, 
R. I.: d. ^lay 13, 1S81, Orang'e, N. J. 

They had five children, all born in Jersey City, N. J. 

G935. James Xathauielo Gregory, b. TJay 25, 1S51; d. Feb. 2(), LnOil, Cripple 

Creek, Gob; m. 1882, Mathikle , d. Jlay 21, 1908, San- 

Francisco, Cab No children. 

69,i(i.-|-Aime Maria Greyoiy, b. Dec. 2, 1S57 ; n\. H^andnlpli Alle-.!. 

G937. Louisa Gaulier Gregory, b. Oct. 12, 1859; inun. Res., Florence, Italy. 

G93S.-|-George Washington Gregory, b. Feb. 15, 1867; d. May 2, 1902; m. ihuid 
Chase. 

6939.-|-Dudley Walter Gregory, b. Nov. 3, 1871; ru. Isabelle McAdain. 

3109. ANN MAR1A« GREGORY {same descent as 3103) h. 
Jnly n, 1834, Jer.^ey City, N. J.: m. Jnne 21, 1853, George Clarlvr; 
b. Jnly 7. 1822, Coopersto\vn, N. Y. ; d. Jnly 8, 1881), Richfield 
Spiings, N. Y. 

They had four children. 

G940. Eleanor ^Laude? Clarke, b. Aug. 9, 1854, Weehawkcii, N. J.; m. (1) 

Nov., 1877, Charles Dale Phillips, d. Dec . 1S90, Stamford, Cv.; n'. 

(2) Sejit., 1S92, Arthur Thurston Crosse, b. 1S4G, Lancaster, Eng. 

No children. Mr. Crosse was Capt. of the 52d Reg., English Army. 

Ee.s., London, Eng. 
69-11. -f-GoM-ge Hyde Clarke, b. Aug. 27, 1858; m. }.lary Carter. 
6942. Anna Maria Clarke, b. Oct. 29, 18G0, N. Y. C. ; m. ,luly, 1880, Edward 

Lloyd Entwistle. No children. Res., London, Eng. 3.rr. Entwislh; 

is Capt. of the 1st Royal Dragoons. 
G943.-J-Katherine Dlanche (larke, b. Nov. 15, J8G5; ni. Frederick Torry. 

3110. AVAIiTl-nr GREGORY {same descent as 3103) b. D.v'. 
27, 1835. Jersey City, N. J. ; d. Jnly 30. 1870, Nyack, N. Y. ; m. June 
19, 1859. Eviiily ^laria James. Res. Geneva, Switzerland. 

They had two children. 

G944. Charles Edwardf Gregory, b. Mar. 2, 18G3; unni. 
6945. Edith Maria Gregory, b. Oct. 14, 18G4; luini. 



NINTH GENERATION 599 



Sill. CIIAHLES ED^YATar' GKEGORY {same descent as 
SI 03) b. Nov. 15, 1S37, Jersey City, N. J.; m. (1) Nov. 22, 1860, 
Alice Woo]folk :\raury, b. A])r. 21, 1840, ^Yashington, D. 0. ; d. ^lar. 
9, 1863, Jersey City, X. J.; m. (2) Sept. 2, 1873, Fanny .Alarion, 
dan. of Dr. !vI[irion Sims, b. Xov. 23. 1817, I^fontgornery, Ala.; ci. 
Oct. 20, 1877, N. Y. C. ; Kes. N. Y. C. 

Tie had three cliildren b.y second marriage, all born in X. Y. C. 

6046. Fannie Marions Gregory, b. June 4, 1874. 
6917. Alice Gregory, b. Sept. 28, 1876. 
6948. Frances Gregory, h. Oct. 25, 1877. 

3114. ARCHIBALD McIXTYRE* GREGORY {same descent 
as 3103) b. Dee. 8, 184.2, Jersey City, N. J. ; d. June 4, 1874, London, 
En-.; m. :\ray 26, 1864, Kate D. Worthington, b. Aiig. ,14, 1842; 
d. Oct. 9, 1865. 

They had one child. 
C949.4-Ivato. Worlliington^ Gregory, b. Oct. 9, 1865; v.\. Herbert Savory. 

3115. DAYID BEXDERSOX^ GREGORY {same descent as 
3103) b. Oct. 27, 1844, Jersey City, X. J.; ra. June 11, RS72, Emily 
^\^eld Randall, b. Feb. 20, 1819, X. Y. C. He joined the Sons of 
the American Revolution through his ancestor, Ezeldel Sanford. 
Res. CooperstoAvn, X. Y. 

They had one child. 
6950.4-Emily9 Gregory, b. I^tay 23, 1873; in. Leniard Holland. 

3118. WALTER HAXSOX'^ GREGORY {^yalter 1271, Ahi- 
gail 531, EzehieJ 171, Lemud 59, Ezcl-iel 0, EzclneJ 2. Thomas 1) 
h. i-i Cincinnati, 0.; d. Sept. 2, 1881, X. Y'. C. : rn. 1871, Louise 
Rogers, d. Xov. 20, 1880, X. Y. C. 

They had one cliild 

6951. Louisa!' Gregory, b. 1872, Jersey City, N. J. 

3120. AXXA« GREGORY {Benjamin 1272, Aibigail 53t, 
Ezel-icl 171, Lemuel 59, Ezelcicl 9, EzeUel 2, Thomas l)h. Aug. 24. 
1835, Albany, X. Y. ; m. Dec. 10, 1863, Theodore Van Zandt. b. :Mar. 
27, 1833, X. Y. C; d. Xov. 27, 1875, ^forristown, X. J. (killed by 
u train). Res. Redding, Ct. 

Tliey had two children, born in Erooldyn, X. Y. 

6952. Ann:i Gregory^ Yau Zandt, b. Oet. 29, 1864; d. Aug. 19, T<65, Morris- 

town. N. .T. 

6953. Mar^ton A'an Zandt, b July 22, 1866; d. Aug. 5, 1860. 



THE THOMAS SANFOKD FA:sriLy 



3121. CLAEA CATLIN'* GREGORY (same descent as 3120) 
b. Dee. ](3, 183G, Albany, N. Y.; m. I\Ln.y G, 1856, James Wilson Day- 
ton, b. Feb. 25, 1S31, New Brunswick, N. J. ; d. Mar. 12, 1SS5. Res. 
Eeddin-, Ct. 

They h;id live children. 

6954. C!iar]:s Edward? Dayton.. L. Dec. 16, 1856, DevcuBliirc, Eiig.; d. Nov. 

16, 1SS7, Xtnvarb, N. J. ; unm. 

6955. Eleanor Maria Dayton, b. Oct. 5, 1857, Jersey City, N. J.; mini. Eos., 

Eedding, Ct. 

6956. Gregory Dayton, b. June 21, 18G0, Jersey City, N. J.; d. June 9, ISCl, 

Meudham, N. J. 
6957.-i-Eedir)gtou Mudge Dayton, b. Sept. 19, 1S66; m. Eose Goodale. 

6958. Edith Dayton, b. May 21, 1868, Morristown, X. J.; m. Jonathan B. 

Sanford {see S068). Ees., Eedding, Ct. 

3123. ^lATHEW SAN.FORD« GREGORY {same descent as 
3120) b. Apr. 13, 1841, Albany, N. Y.; d. Dec, 1903; m. ilary Wil- 
son. 

They had three children. 

6959. Ernest Wilsous* Gregory, b. Dee. IG, 1865, Jc'-sey City, N. J. 

6960. May Stevrart Gregory, b. Apr. 24, 1SG9, I^Ioiristo^ni, N. ,1.; m. AVm. 

Feigel Stock. Kes., X. Y. City. 

6961. Bessie Gregory, d. in infancy. 

3130. LOUISE^ GAI^LIN {Clara 1273, Aligail 531, Ezekid 
171, Lemuel 59, Ezel<\el 9, Esehiel 2, Thoinas 1) b. Aug. 14, 1341, 
London, Eng. -, m. Apr. 17, 1S71, Ernest L. Kinney. Res. N. Y. C. 

Th(y liad liir^'e children. 

6962. Mary Cogswell^' Kinney, b. Feb. 20, 1872, X. Y. City; unm. 
69G3.+Etliel Cutlin Kinney, b. May 23, 1S73; m. Henry ^Yieks. 
69G4. Ernest Cogsv.ell Kinney, b. Apr. 18, 1879, Day Shore, L. I. 

3136. SAXFOJJD JARVIS^ BARTLETT {William 1275, 
Clarissa 532, Ezckiel 171, Lemuel 59, Ezeliel 9, Ezekicl 2, Thomas 
1) b. Dec. 29, 1842; d. Sept. 15, 1900; m. :\[ar. 12, 1873, Mary E. 
Hill of Bridport, Vt. 

They had two children. 

69C5.-{-Win;am Edgar» Bartlett, b. Fob. 14, 1874; ni. Mae Burdick. 
696G. + Sanford Jarvis Bartlctt, Jr., b. A.ug. 13, 1S7G; d. May 29, 1904; m. 
Elllian Belding. 



XINTir GEXEKATIOX GOl 



3142. JLTLIA ANN^ SANFOED {Jeremiah 12S9, EUas 548, 
Sdh 187, Samuel 6:2, E^cliel 9, Ezelicl 2, Thomas 1) h. Ann-. 2G, 

1814, D^mbuiy, Ct. ; d. June 12, 190ii, Torrington, Cl.; ni. Sej^t 
14, lS:i5, Scviiionr Johnson, b. Aug. Kj, 1812, Com wall, Ct. ; d. 
Feb. 2, 1890. 

They liad three cliJldren, all born in Coriiwall, Ct. 

C9G7. Jeremiah Sanford^ Jolmyou, b. Aug. 31, 1836; d. Dec. 8, 1873; m. 

Feb., 1S66, Martha S. Foster. No children. 
696S. + Solon Beaumout Johnson, b. Aug. 4, 1S38; d. May 29, 1890; ni. Martha 

Allvn. 
G9G9. CoUis Spencer Johnson, b. Oct. 3, IS-iO; d. Feb. 15, 1841. 

3144. HIIL-^M SAXFOKl)'' FULTON {Rehclcah 1290, Elias 
548, Sdh. 1S7, Samuel 62, Ezeldcl 9, Eschicl 2, Thomas 1) b. May 
G, 1S18, Fulton Settlement, X. Y. ; d. Feb. 3, 187], Fulton Settle- 
ment, X. Y.: m. Apr. 15, 1840, ^laria ^'a. Tibbits, b. , 1818, 

Fulton Settlement, N. Y. ; d. , 1871, Fulton Settlemeut, X. Y. 

They had four children, all born in Fulton Settlement, X. Y. 

G970.4-Juba Eebeeoaa Fulton, b. Jul.y 31, 1841; d. , 1901; ju. William 

Collier. 
r9Tl. + Albert Montgomery Fulton, b. ]\rar. 20, 18-J2; m. Mary ]\rould. 
G972. Franeenia Maria Fulton, b. Jan. 29, ]854; unni. Res., Montioello, N. Y. 
G973. + Arlington Pctrie Fulton, b. Jan. 19, 185G; m. Addic Fuller. 

3145. JULIA SAXFOHD^ FUL'J'OX {same descent as 3114) 
b. Juue 22, ]S20, Fulton Settlement, X. Y. ; d. Feb. 18, 1893, ^lon- 
gani) Valley, X. Y. ; m. .\pr. 16, 1840, John L. Yoorhes, b. Nov. 12, 

1815, While Lake, X. Y. ; d. :^ray 9, 1880, Bethel, X. Y. 
They hnd seven children, all born iu ]3ethel, X. Y. 

(1974. -f- .Andrew FultonS Xwvh'^a, b. Feb. 3, 1841; d. May 14, 18S3; m. :^ta^y 

I'oty. 
C97.^.-]-Egbcrt .Janseu Yoorhes, h. Jan. 20, 1845; d. Sept. 24, 1878; m. Alice 

Lyon. 
G97G. I'lielie Jaue Yoorhes, b. Sept. 22, 18-17; d. Sept. 15, 1850, Ucthel, N. Y. 
697 7. Maria Jane Yoorhes, b. July 24, 1850; m. Oct. 31, 1SS3, Kev. Mason 

M. 01Hes]iie. Xo children. Res., Monticello, X. Y. 
6978.-|--Tolni Janu-s Yoorhes, b. Jan. 1, 1854; ni. Emma Kinne. 
C970. Archibald Crawford ^'oorhes, b. ?>Iay 10, 1859; d. Oct. 14, 1879, Mon- 

paup Yalley, X. Y. 
69S0. Emma Adella Yoorhes, b. Sept. 1, 18G1; d. July IS, 1882, Mongaup 

Yalley, X. Y. 



THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



3147. ELIAS YfAKREN^ SANFOED {Hiram 129], Elias 
5dS, Seth 187, Samuel 62, Kzclrtd 9, Ezeldel 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 
29, 1821, Liberty, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 5, 1900, Liberty, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 1, 
1853, iiary Teresa, da\i. of Capt. IL P. and llnxy (Sheruood) 
Horton, b. Nov. 1, 1829, Bethel, X. Y. ; d. Oct. L 1S95, Ijiberty, 
N. Y. 

]\rr. Saniord received liis education in the common schools and 
in New York City. lie learned the tanner's trade at Liberty Falls, 
and worked at it in Cohecton, N. Y., Avhere he became the first post- 
master, liolding the oflice for many years. In 1S61 he moved to 
New York City, where he was appointed weigliei' and inspector foi- 
the government for the Nev^' Jersey Division, vhich position he 
held for five years. In 1877 he removed to AYhite Lake and bought 
a farm. In 1892 he sold the farni and returned to Liberty, where 
the remainder of his life was spent. 

They liad .St:vtn children. 

6981. Mary Alicpo, b. Oct. 21, 1854, Bethel, N. Y.; uum. Res., White Lake, 

N. Y. 

6982. Edward Solon, b. Nov. 4, 1S;j5, Betlicl, Ts". Y.; d. July L'3, 1870, Tlmr- 

nuinsville, N. Y. 

6983. llannab Maria, b. Apr. 15, 1857, IlRiicoek, X. Y.; d. Oct. 10, 1857. 

Buried at Bethel, N. Y. 
C984. Ward Ilardincr, b. Ausi. 27, 1858, Stevciisville, N. Y.; m. May 11, 

1889, Kose Rhiue at Cana.^tota, N. Y. 

Dr. Sanfnrd received his education in private cehools at Wlnte 

Lake and ^Valtor;, X. Y., and l^altiniore ^rcdical College, from which 

he was graduated in 1S95. Tie went after his graduation to Xew 

IIa\en, Ct., v.la're he has built n\> a large jiraetice. 
C985. Sherwood Horton, b. Mar. 31, ISGO, Stevensville, X. Y.; d. July 17, 

1S70, Bethel, X. Y. 
6986. Emnui Teresa, b. Pec. 11, 1861, Bethel, X. Y.; d. Feb. 2, 1865, Bethel, 

X. Y. 
G98V.-f Bruce Elias, 1>. ]\Tar. 1, 1867; m. Lizzie Taylor. 

3149. JAVIER ITAKYEY^ SANFOFxD {same dcsccni o.< 
3147) b. Jan. 22, 1827, N. Y. C. ; d. Feb. 23, 18G4, Stevensville, 
N. Y.; m. Sept. 1, 1859, Sarah E. Clark, b. Dec. G, 1831, Oneonta. 
N. Y. 

They had one child. 

69SS.-f Emmons Harvty?, b. Jlar. 7, 1862; ni. Jennie Thorburn. 



NINTH GENERATION 603 



3150. PHEBE MARIA*^ SA?CFORD (savic descent as 3U7) 
b. Juiic- 30, 1831; Liberty, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 22, 1851, Lewis Seymour 
Keed, b. Jime 27, 1820, Xorwalk, Ct. ; tb July 3, 1SS7, Norwalk, Ct. 
Kcs. Nor wall:, Ct. 

They iiad one cliild. 

6989.-f-Fraiioes Aii',ni?taa Eeed, b. Jan. 31, IS-iJo; m. Scv. D. Lindsay P.irher. 

3152. JAMES WARREX« SANFORD {PMo 1291, EUas 
548, Scth J87, Samuel 62, Ezchid 9, Ezcl:id 2, T/iomas 1) b. July 
31, 1823, Stevensville, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 27, 1857, Phoebe E. Comfort, 
b. ]\rar. 17, 1838. Res. Stevensville N. Y. 

They had five children, all boni in Stevensville, N. Y. 

eOnO.+Sfirah Mruia^ b. Sept. 4, l^^^: m. Sotli E:i]stoii. 

6991. Clara Louise, b. Oct. DO, 1&59; d. Oct. IS, 1859, Stevensville, N. Y. 

6992. Katie Comfort, b. June 8, 1804; d. July 9, 1890; unm. 
C9P3. :\liUon Janios, b. Nov. ?2, 1871 ; d. A])r. 3, 1877. 

G904. + EJytb Jos.e])Line, b. May IS, l5s0 ; m. Charles Comptou. 

3154. GEORGE SELLECK^ SANFOBl^ {same rlrsccnt as 
3152) b. Nov. 28, 1828, Stevensville. N. Y. ; d. Dec. G, 1897, Forn- 
dale, N. Y. : m. Apr. 25, 1860, Sai-ah Ellen Deebei-, b. Se})t. 29, 1837, 
IMonticello, N. Y. 

They had three children, all born in Ferndale, N. Y. 

C99.^. Carrie Bella, b. Feb. 27, 1862; ni. Feb. 1, 1898, l^ev. II. W. Acherly, b. 

Nov. G, 1S37, Margaretville, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 24, 1903. No cliildreu. 

Eos., Ferndale, N. Y. 
6996.+Fredcrick Bannister, b. Feb. 2, 1870; ni. Nellie Buchanan. 
6997. Frank Irvine, b. Julv 28, 1876; unm. Res., Ferndale, N. Y. 



3155. HANNAH jMARIA^ SANFORD (same descent as 
3152) b. July 13, 1832, Stevensville, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 8, 1885. Stev- 
ensville, N. Y. : m. Dec. 19, 1861, Edwin Legrnnd Sleath. b. ]\Tay 
21, 1838, Sackett Lake: d. Sept. 16. 1908, Stevensville, N. Y. 

They liad two children, born in SteveJisville, N. Y. 

6098. Louise Maryt> fTkath, b. Au-^-. 11. 1804. lies., Ferndale, N. Y. 
6999. -f Willis Sle;.tb, b. June 18, 1867; m. Clara Bailey. 

3157. WILLL\:\I HEXliY'^ SANFORD {same desctnt as 
3152) b. Auir. 21, 183S, Stevensville, N. Y. : d. Sept. G, 1903, Stev- 
ensville, N. Y.; m. Nov. 28, ISGG, Ronietio Dull, b. June 6, 1846; d. 



C04 



THE TjroMAS SANFORD rA:\rjLy 



Apr. 8, .1900, Stevcnsville, N. Y. Mr. Saiiford Avas a far,ner and 
lived on the old home5:tead. He served iti various town omces. 

They had five children, all born in Stevensville, N. Y. 
7000. Charles H.«, b. Oct. 13, 1S67; d. Nov. 30, 1873. 
7001.H-Faunie Jane, b. Aug. 27, ISTO,-^ m. John De Groot. 
7002.+Anna Ceceliii, b. JuJj 20, 1S73; m. James 'Tacev 

7003. Kdward J., b. Oct. 25, 3876; m. Dec. 6, 1905, M^abel Van Keuren. Xo 

children . L'es., White Lake, X. Y. 

7004. Bessie Burr, b. Ai^r. 29, 1882. A dressmaker at Ferndalc, X. Y. 

3158. JOEL BARLOW SANFORD {Hudson 1296, Joel 
550, Scfh 1S7, Samuel 62, Ezclciel 9, Ezehid 2, Thomas !)■ b Nov 
24, 1811, L. I.; d. July 27, 1889, Danbnry, Ct. ; buried in Wocster 
Cem.; m. Jan. 27, 1833, Lncy I\L Barlram, b. Nov 14 1817 lira 
bury, Ct.; d. Sept. C, 1893, Danbury, Ct. ; bnried in Wocster'ceia. 

They had nine cJiiJdren, all born in Danbnry, Ct. 
7005. Elizabeth^ b. Mar. 23, 1834; d. Oct. 20, .1842. Buried in Wooster Cem 
7006.+Theodore, b. Dec. G, 3 835; m. (1) Jane Dikcman ; m. (2) Jfary Barnuni 
7007.+Harriet, b. Aug. 16, 1837; d. Jnly 15, 1904; m. Loreu^.o Durant 
7008.+Cynthia, b. T^far. 24, 1839; d. Oct. 10, 1904; m. Jesse Stevens. 
7009.+MarT Anna, b. Apr. 16, 1842; ra. Alson Smitli. 

7010. Emma, b. June 11, 1S44; d. Mar. 3, 1854. 

7011. Clara, b. ^Jar. 2S, 1849; d. Dec. 15, 1901; unm. Buried in Wooster 

C^m. 
7012.+.Joel Barlow, Jr., b. Dee. 2S, 1850; m. (1) Minnie Xorris; m. (2) Laura 
Hitchcock. 

7013. Charles IT., b. Sept. 3G, 1S51; d. Dec. 17, 1851. 

3159. ELTZA^ SANFOED {sar.ie descent as 315S) b. Oct. 7, 
1813, ?;. Y. C; d. Oct. 13, 1903, Dundee, III.; ni. June 13, 1837,' 
Henry ^Innroe. b. Dee. 18, 1817, Daubnrv, Ct. ; d Get '?^^ 1895' 
Dundee, 111. 

They had three children. 

7014. + Mary Elizao Muuroc, b. Feb. 10, 1840; d. Aug. 6, 186S; m. Salathiel 

iMurphy. 

7015. + William Ifenry Munroe, b. IMay 22, 1843; m. Agnes Goodwillie. 

701G. + Edwaru iMunroe, b. Dec. 26, 1850; d. Sept. IS, 1894; m. (1) Evelyn 
Holly; m. (2) :\rattie Hoglcr. 

3161. THOMA.S LITTLE^ SAXFORD {same descent as 
3158) h. July 16, 1817; d. Apr. ]2, ]897, Xorwalk, Cl. ; m. Nov. 19, 
1838, Delia Ann, d;iu. of Daniel and Betsey (Beers) Bouion of 
RidKefield, Ct. ; b. Feb. 2, 1819, Ridgeficld, Ct. Ke.s.. Norwalk, Ct. 

They had sc\eii ehiklren. 



NINTU GE^VEFvATJON- G05 



7017. Gf'orge Hudsonft, b. July 10, 1S39, Padgefieia, Cf.; m. Catherine . 

No children. Hes., Xorwalk, Ct. 
701S. + William Ed-^RT, h. A'ov. 2, 1S41; d. Nov. 16, 1869; m. Sarah Northrop. 
70]9.+Fraiicis Thomas, b. June 2G, lS-13 ,- m. Angle Wood. 

7020. + Emnia Jano, b. Out. 7, IS-lii; d. May ?5, 1S96; m. George Church. 

7021. Delia Maria, b. Jlaj IS, 1352; unm. lies., Norwalk, Ct. 

7022. Betsey Medora, b. May 25, 1S55, Bethel, Ct.; d. Aug. 30, 1855. 

7023. + CharIng Bouton, b. Aug. C, 1860; m. Nellie Pitch. 

3163. WILLIAM HENRY^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3158) b. July 23, 1823, N. Y. C. ; d. Apr. 20, 1S94, Chicago, 111. ; 
m. . 

Tliey liad six eliildreu, nil except George born in N. Y! C. 

7024. + IIcnry9, d. Sepl. 2a, ISSJ. ; ni. Mary Shipton. 

7025. Hudson, d. W'oodstock, 111.; unm. 
702G. + Charle3, res., Tacoma, "Wash. 
7027. Eliza, d. Woodstock, 111.; unm. 
7028.+Frcd W., m. Emma Stewart. 

7020. George, b. \Yoodstock, 111.; d. Woodstock, 111. No descendants. 

3164. EDWARD ^YILCOX* SAXFORD {Elias 1300, laijah 
551, Scfh 1S7, Samuel 02, EscJ-ieJ 9, Ezehiel- 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 
6, 1817; d. Sept. 24, 18S4; ni. [Mar. 26, 1840, Martha Catherine 
Clapp at Elyria, 0. 

They had six cliildren. 

7030.+Edward Elijah^, b. Dec. 23, 1S46; m. Frances Bartram. 

7031. .Tolm W., b. Aug. 26, 1818, Elyria, O. ; d. Sept. 5, 1849, Elyria, O. 

7032. William Clap]!, b. .Tuly 6, 1S50, Danbnry, Ct.; d. Sept. 1, 1S54, Danburv, 

Ct. 

7033. Marion Daniels, b. Apr. 24, 1S52, in Ohio; res., Washington, D. C. 
7031. Ella May, b. Apr. 20, 1S54, ]3anbury, Ct.; d. about 1864. 

7035. Bessie Wilcox, ]>. Sept., 1857; m. Early B. Greathouse. Ees., Temple, 
Texas. 

3166. CHARLES IIUNTINGTON'' SANFORD {same des- 
cent as 3164) ]). Mar. 14, 1826, Danbury. Ct. ; d. Apr. 20, 18S6, Dan- 
bury, Ct. ; ni. June 22, 1857, :\rary Emmons, b. Dee. 15, 1836, Corn- 
wall, Ct. Re.s., Katonah, N. Y. 

Mr. Sanford was a manufacturer of silk hats. He \s'as a 
"forty-Tiiner," going to California by way of Cape Horn. From 
1871 to 1SS6 lu^ was librarian of the Danbury Library. Afdu' his 
death his widow and daughter Mary had charge of the library 
uutil 1905, when the family moved to Katonali, N. Y. 

They had seven children, all born in Daiibury, Ct. 



THE THOMAS SANFORU FAMILY 



7030. Eminaf, b. Jlr.r. 18, 1S50 ; d. Sept. 4, ISSO; m. ISSO, Eliiier N. Lee. 

No childreu. 
7037.4-Elias Siair, b. Sept. 27, 1861; m. Emma Gray. 

7038. Mary Einmous, b. July 17, 1864; num. Res., Kfttouah, N. Y. 

7039. Grace North, b. Jan. 3 7, 1S6G. 

70 -O. Kate T., b. Juue 5, 1S67 ; d. Nov. 1, ISH. 

7041. Martha While, b. June 13, 1870; m. Oct. 15, IPOG, John Nelson Fay, 

b. at Temple, Tex. Ees., Big Spring, Tex. 
704::. Fred Wilcox, b. Apr. 24, 1873. Is a manufacturer of a•s^■nings, tents 

and flags at Katonab, N. Y. 

3i67'. FEEDERICK E.^ SANFORD {.^mnc descent as 3164) 
h. Dec. 17, 1827; d. Aug. 2, 1S93, Temple, Tex.; m. Nov. 25, 1857, 
Emily Ball. 

They had th) ee children. 

7043. I'red Afi, b. Mr^y Vo, 1R61; deceased. 

7044. James Telford, b. May 8, 1863; deceased. 

7045. AJbcrt. 

3109. ELIAS FREDERICK^ SANFORD {PredencJ: 1302, 
Elijah C,:yj, Sefh 1S7, Samuel 62, Ezel;id 9, EzeJHcl 2, Thomas 1). 
b. 183-1, Westport, Ct. ; m. Jan., 1872, Emn;a W. 'Woo.^ter. 

At the age of tv/enly-fonr Elias Sanford went to Z\Icxico witli 
Fernando de la C!ar7,a, a merchant and citizeii of T^lonterey. He wa.s 
private secretary to Viee-Consiil Otterberg at the city of ^Mexico 
during the Freneli luva.sion. While tliere he received an appoint- 
ment from Pres. Biitta of Peru, S. A., -Nvhich took him to England, 
France and Belgium. For two years, until the assassination of 
Pres. Batta, he represented Peru in the capacity of conuuis^ioiier. 
Later, i nder a conlraet ^iiade with Gen. Carcares, he mounted the 
government forces with horses and mules purchased in the Argen- 
tine Republic, crossing the Andes via ^fendoza and ?'>nnta Rosa. 
Returning to Elyria in the seventies, he married Emma ^Y., only 
daughter of William F. Wooster. 

They had three children. 

7046. Willis", b. 1873; d. 187.5. 

7047. Henry Woosler, b. 1877, Elyria, O. ; ni. Jan. 17, 1007. Olivia M. Ilcpfilor. 

Mr. Sanford is now general manager of his fatlier's business, the 
Elyria Coal and Sewer Pipe Co. 

7048. Katherine W., b. 1880. Ifes., Elyrin, O. 

3172. THEODORE STARR"^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3169) b. Apr. 10, 1830, Danbury, Ct. ; m. :.ray 10. 18GG, Syracuse, 



NINTH GE>: ]•:}■; A TJON Cri? 



f N. Y., Arabella, don. of Elijah and Liieia Feuton, b. Nov. 28, IS-M, 

I Syraruse, N. Y. ;d. Get. 25, 1901, Cleveland, 0. lies., Elyria, 0. 

I Thev ],ad four childrcji. 

I- 7049. Fr.;-derick Fcntons, b. Feb. 2S, 1SG6, Brooklyn, N. T. ; num. Is secrct&ry 

|; of The Security Tnist Co., Fptroit, Micli. 

I 7050. Irving AVells, b. Jnn. 29, 1872, Syracuse, N". Y.; d. Apr. 8, 1S72, 

f Syraoii;:p, N. Y. 

fA 7051.+Chavles KaniibaMJ, b. May 2S, bST,".; m. Alliss Purstoi. 

I 7Go2,+Maroia S,, b. ll'^y 14, 1877; m. Kdward CjIU. 

V 

I 3X74. EBENEZER SAXFOKD« PIEKSON (Harnet 1S03, 

\ Samuel 55k', Sefh 1S7, Sc>.racl G2, Ez-kiel 9, Ezcldd 2, Thouias 1) 

I b. Sept. 20, j8:'2; d. Apr. 10, 190l> ; m. May 28, 18^9, Harriet Gris- 

I wold, d. Aug. 28, 3906. 
I Thev had thirteen children. 



I-, 7053. Harriet A.'-' rieijon, b. Mar. 17, 18^0; m. Feb. 2, 1S70, JoLn F. ]lurcli. 

^~ Ees., Concord, CpI. 

I 7054. Solon E. Picrsoii, b. Sopl. C, ISol; ni. July 9, 1870, Emn-a J. Scott. 

^'- Ees., Houston Heights, Texau. 

I 7055. Auna A. Piorson, b. July 20, 1S53; d. Aug. 9, ltf04 : m. Feb. 2-!, 1SS7, 

fl Eibert E. Eoynolds. No childror.. 

705G.+Jolia A. Fierson, b. Oct, 1, 1S55,: r.i. (1) Theon Morgans; m. (2) 
li'obert Kiunc. 

^ 7057. Periandf^r Pierson, b. Dec. 3 3, 1S57; in. Roee Smith. Ees., Ord, Nob. 

t 705S. Chesler E. Pierson, b. Nov. 2-!, ISc-'O; ni. ivrotikbi. King. 

K 7059. Sydney B. Pioibon, b. Fob. G, 1SC2; in. June ?•!, 1907, Blanche Crogier. 
I Pes., Lib'crty, N. Y. 

I 70G0.4-rrank L. Fioraon, b. Aug. 11, 1864; rii. Aniia Villfronch. 

I 7001. Harvey D. Pierson, b. An>?. 9, 1866. Pes., Nimshew, Cal. 

t 7002.-f So-^le W. Pienson, b. Mar. 14, 1S08; m. Wooster Hasbrouck. 

I 7GG3.+E3/-a G. Pierson, b. May 21, 1S70; m. Anna KaN s. 

I 70Ci. Era Jant. Pierson, b. Aug. 17, 1S72. 

I 70G5. Eb. a Sauford Pierson, b. Sq>t. 2, 1874; d. .Ian. 30, 1S75. 

\ 3191. EEEXJ^ZER LECRAND^ SANEORD {Lfcjraud .1306, 

I Samuel 552, Scth 187, Samud 62, Kzclicl 9, Kzchid 2, Thuroa^ i) 

h. May 24, lS-4, AVest Reddir:-;, (.'t.; d. Sfp1. "12, 1872; buried in 
UmpfiVang: ni. Feb. 17, 18:i8, Sarah, dan. oC Ib-aeh and Sally 
(Jenni-a>(s) AVJillehcad. Res., Bvtlud, Ct. 
Tlicy had three children. 

\l 7066. Clurouees, b. Jan. 22, ISGl; unm. 

I 70G7.-|-Alioo Emily, b. Feb. 19, 1800; m. Cliark-. Peaedict. 

I 706S. Florence, b. in Little Boston, Ct.; lu. Joel Oiiborrc. Pes., Banbury, Cr. 



60S THE TJlOMAS SANFOED FA^FILY 



3192. HELEN AUGUSTA^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3191) ]j. June 15, 1S39, West Ecdding, Ct. ; m. July 22, 1858, 
Minot Sherman, son of Bradford and Nane.y (Allen) Partrick of 
Milton, Ct., b. Nov. 8, 1836, Willon, Ct. Res., Tsorwalk, Ct. 

They had eiglit children, all l)orn in "West liedding, Ct. 

7069. Ella Augustas Partrick, b. Doc. 22, ]S;j!.t; iii. Oct., ISSl, James Banks 

CunuiugLam. Kes., East Norwalk, Ct. 

7070. Oscar Sherman Partrick, b. I\lay 29, 1SG2; m. Elsie Ainssworth; res., 

East Xorw-alk, Ct. 

7071. Inez G. Partrick, b. May 15, 1S63; in. Oct. 16, 18S1, Charles G. Peck. 

7072. Afidbert Saufonl Partrick, b. .Ian. S, 1SG7; ni. Sept. 7, 1SS7, iSiomio 

L. Fox; res., East Norwalk, Ct. 

7073. Nellie Elizabeth Partrick, b. IMar. 8, 1809; rn. Jan. 2}, 1902, Jchn Cole; 

res., Sonth Norwalk, Ct. 

7074. Sarah Esther Partrick, b. Ang. 9, 1871; m. Ang. 12, 1892, William H. 

Barnnm. Pes. Danbury, Ct. 

7075. Minnctte Lavenia Partrick, b. July 3, 1S74; m. May 30, 1S93, Thomas 

Weed. Pes. East Norwalk, Ct. 

7076. Efilc Louisa Partrick, b. Mar. 14, 1878; d. Nov. 21, 1907; m. Dee. 

25, 1899, William Leslie Barllett. 

3183. SETTI^ SANFORD {Ehcruzer IMS, Scth d'jS, SeUi 
187, Samuel 62, EyekieJ 9, EzeJncl 2, Tliomas 1) h. Sept. 11, 18-10, 
Ridgefield, Cl. ; ni. June 18, 1S6S, Susan Amelia, dau. of Anson and 
Amelia Field. Res., West Redd in o-. Ct. 

They had three children. 

7077. Sarah lluhlah"-', b. Se],t. 16, 1870, Pidgefield. Ct.; m. Nov. 21, 1901, 

Dr. William Thaddens Bronson, b. Aug. 12, 1SG9, Newtown, Ct. 

No children. Pes. Danbury, Ct. 
707S. Elmer Biur, b. Nov. 26, 1877, Pedding, Ct. 
7079. Seth F., b. Sept. 22, 1880, Redding, Ct. 

3195. BR.ADLEY W^TLLIA:\1S^ SANFORD {same descent 
as 3193) b. Auff. 11, 1849, Ridgeheld, Ct. ; m. (1) Dee. 13, 1871, 
Susan Fidelia, dau. of George and Abiii-ail (^^liller) Webb, b. Aug. 
21, 1849, North S;d<mi. Ct. : d. Oct. 29, 1891, Ridgi-field, Ct.; m. (2) 
Mar. 2(3, 1894. Anna Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph and Elizalieth 
(Chamberlain) Clrillith, 1). Jan. G, 18G1, N. Y. C. ls\v. Sanford is 
Selectman of Riduefield, Ct. 

Tie had five children by fust and two by second mairiage, all 
born in Ridgefield, Ct. 

7080.+George Burr". 1>. Oct. 27. 1872; ni. Grace Benedict. 
7081.+Edgar Brarlley, b. Feb. 23, 1874; ni. Frances Grey. 



NINTH GENERATION 609 

70S2. Charles Miller, b. 1SS3. Res., Ilanford, Wash. 

7083. John Clinton, b. Oct. 3, ISSG; res. Jersey City, N. J. 

7084. Horace, b. INIay 23, 1SS9. 

70Su. William Harold, b. Sept. IS, 1S97. 

70SG. Eobort Coiicli, b. Nov. 9, 190J ; d. Teb. 9, 1902, Rid-efield, Ct. 

3199. JA^IES SANFOKD^ SEARS {Betsey 1310, Scih 553, 
Scih 1S7, Samuel 62, Ezehid 9, Ezelicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 16, 
1836; m. jNlary Collin of Benton Center, N. Y. Mr. Seaivs was a 
member of the firm of Sears, Henry & Co., niir-;erymen, of Geneva, 
N. Y. 

Tb.cy had one child. 

70S7. Emma Collinfl Scars, b. An-. 1. 1871. 



S203. ATiBKRT J.^^ AYARNER {EU~.a 1311, Scih 553, Scth 
1S7, Sannifl 62, Ezeliicl 9. KzcJnd 2, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 26, 1844, 
Union, Tnd. ; m. :\lar. 23, 3 SSI, Adelia J. Newton, b. Jan. 27, 1854. 
He enlisted Aug., 1861, and served during tlie Avar. 

They had one child. 

70SS. Ethel J.» Warner, b. Feb. 2, 1882. 

3204. ELLISTON^ WARNER {same clcscent as 3203) b. 
Dec. 28, 1846, Union, Ind. ; m. Dec. 2, 1879, ]Mary L. Culver, b. 
J'eb. 14, 1847, Quincy, IMich. He is a farmer at Quiuey, iMich. 

They had two children, born in Quincy, i\]ich. 

7039. Eliza P.s Warner, b. Sept. 3, ISSO. 
7090. Orson 0. Warner, b. Mar. IS, 1SS2. 

3207. JOEL M.« COUCH {CUtrrcy 1312, Molly 557, David 
1S9, Samuil 62, E~r]del 9, EzcUd 2, Thomas 1) b. Oct., US1!\, Pat- 
terson, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 11, 1898, IMontour. N. Y. ; m. Eliza Ann Cowl, 
b. :\ray 23, 1814, Patterson, N. Y. ; d. June 13, 1896, :\lontour, N. Y. 

Tliey had five children. 

7091. -I- Charles Heurys Couch, b. Sept. 19, 1S47; d. Tvfar. 20, 1907; m. Mary 
Turner. 

7092. John Hezekiab Couch, b. M:ir. 14. lS-19; d. Feb. 21. 1S(53. 

7093. Oeorge Alphciis Conoh, b. Oct. 12, 1S51; d. Mar. 0, 1SG3. 

7094. Isaac Cowl Couch, b. Jan. 3, ISu-o; d. Mar. G, 1SG3. 

7095. Clarie Emcliuo Couch, b. Sept. 5, 1S57; d. Feb. 2.^, 1S63. 

(39) 



THE THOMAS SAXi'OKD FAMILY 



3209. T:])WAin) J.* COUCH {Btiseij 13J3, Molhj r,r>7, David 
1S9, Samud G2, Lzclirl 9, E^cldd 2, Thomas 1) b. July 17, 1828, 
Redding, Cl.; d. x\pr. 20, 1907, Kidgefidd, Ct. ; m. Nov. IG, 1S5S', 
Mary Jane, dan. of Kht^iezrr Gould and Tlnrriet, Olive. (Ohnstead) 
llawky, b. Apr. 8, 1836, So. Salem, X. Y. 

Tlicy bad two cbildren, born \i\ liidgefield, Ct 

70f)G. + Tda Frances^ Couch, b. July 21, 1S7] ; m. Edwin Benzell. 

7097. EclMaid Simon Concb, b. Oct. IG, 1879; m. Sept. 4, 1907, Lillian Viola 

Lund. Ecs. Eidgefield, Cl. 

3211. GEORGIANA-^ ^lERClIANT {CorUs 1314, MoVy 557, 
David ISfi, SomucI 62, Ezcl-icI 9, Ezddd 2, Thomas 1) in. Aaron 
Stilsoji. 

They bad one child. 

7098. Florence^ Stilson, deceaf,ed. 



3220. ARTJIUll REED^ :\JERCnANT {Ashcr 1318, MolUj 
557, David 1S9, Somud 62, EzeJcid 9, Ezddel 2, Th.omas 1) b. Jan. 
2, 1850, Redding, Ct. ; m. May 23, 18S8, Emma A. Rejiedict, b. May 
31, 1S53. Greene, X. Y. Res., Danbury. Ct. 

They bad two ebildren, born m Diinbnry, Ct. 

7099. Maiicno Men-bant, b. ^rar. 21, 1S92. 

7100. Clar.i Merchant, b. June. 2G, 1S04. 

3221. ELIZA .TAXi']« SANFORD {David 1320, Danid 559, 
David 1K9, Saaiud 62. Ezdrid 9. Ezddd 2, 1 homas 1) b. Dee. 26, 
1824, ^lillplain. (Jt.; d. Apr. Rl, R)05, Warsaw, N. Y. ; m. AFay 18, 
1846. Hiram Smith, b. Jan. 7, 1819, Salem, N. Y". ; d. ^hn-. 29, 1897, 
Portage, N. Y. 

'J'hey bad six children. 

7101. Gcitude Esther^ Sniitli, b. Feb. 24. 1S47, Cross Eivcr, N. Y. ; unm. 

Eos. Portapo, X. V. 

7102. + Cynthia Jane Sjuifln b. Feb. 29, ^?A^; d. May 7, 1S76; ni. Panmcl 

Davis. 
710'-!.-f S;irah Ella Sinitli, b. Xyr. 27, ]S51; ni. Gilbert Bliss. 
7104.+Mary Cornelia Smith, b. Sept. i\ ^^5?,■, m. Georp:e Botsford. 
710.5. + Hir:nn Sanford Smith, b. Jan. 17, ISGO; m. Edith AVheeler. 
7]0G. Ernest Eo^sard Sniitli, b. Deo. 24, 1SG2, Port.af-e, N. Y. ; d. Au-j. 2.3, 

1SG3, Portap', X. Y. 



NINTH GP^NEBATION 611 



3222. SARAH MAKIA^ SANFOKD (sayne descent as 3221) 
b. ]\lar. 8, 1828, Millplain, Ct. ; d. Sept. 7, 1905, Portage, N. Y. ; ra. 
Dec. 24, 1856, Merrimau L. Wiluer, b. Dee. 12, 1827, Portage, N. Y. ; 
d. Jau. 26, 1902, Portage, N. Y. 

Tliey luid two children, born in Portage, N. Y. 

7]n7.J-Ksu'llaC' Wiliier, b. Xov. 7, 1804; in. William Wilder. 

710S.-{- Merlon ^Yilnor, b. iko' -, 1S67; lu. Edith Whitehead. ■ 4 

3223. ELEANOR BURR'^ SAXFOED {sa}>'x descent as 
3221) b. Aug. 14, lfl33, :\rinpb\in, X. Y. ; ni. ^iay 8. 1855. Floyd 
Hunt, b. Feb. 8, 1838, Xorth Salem, N. Y. Rt-s. Ridgebury, Ct. " 

Tbey bad four children, all born in Ridgebury, Ct. 

7109. Nathan Keeler'J Hunt, b. Peb. 18, 1S56; nmu. Kes. Eidg-ebury, Ct. 

7110. Gilbert Sanford Hunt, b. Mar. 31, ISoS; mnu. Evs. Eidgebury, "Ct. 
7111.-fGraee Augusta Hr,nt, b. Apr. 23, ISGO; m. (1) John Weed; m. (2) 

Daniel Bradley, .Jr. 

7112. + Gert]ude Dayton Hunt, b. Scyt, IG, ISGo; m. George Duunell. 

322ci. SARAH ABIAH'^ COLEY {Emily 1321, Daniel 559, 
David 1S9, Samuel 62, E-eJdel 9, Ezehiel 2, Thomas 1) b. :\rar. 27, 
1852, Westport, Ct. ; d. Apr. 27, 1890; m. Dec. 1875, Daniel Burr 
Bradley. Jr., b. Apr. 11, 1850. 

T]io\' had two children. 

7113. Herbert^' Dradley, b. Dec. 16, 1S77; d. May 14, 1SS3. 

7114. Edith Colcy Bradley, b. Oct. 14, 1SS3. 

3226. SARAH EMILY* SAXFORD {JIarvin 1322, Daniel 
559, David 1S9, Sa}nuel G2, Ezeliel 9, EzeMcl 2, Thomas 1) b. July 
3, 1849, P.oddiug. Ct. ; in. Dec. 15, 1875, AVilliam IL, son of Aaron 
and Mary Osborne, b. May 29, 1852; d. Xov. 30, 1904. Res. AVest 
Rcddiug, Ct. 

Tliev had one child. 
7H5. + Grat'e Sanford" O.sbovjie, li. I^tar. 22, 1S77; m. Henry Ihincan. 

3227. DR. ISAAC REED'^ SAXFORD {21os,s 1323, Danid 
559, David 189, Samuel 62, Ezcldcl 9, Ezehiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Xov. 
5, 1857, Redding, Cl.; d. Feb. 18, 1892, South Xorwalk, 
Ct. ; m. (1) July 6, 1875, Ennna Ahivgarel, dan. c\' doscph and 
Elizal)oth (Chamberlain) GrifTiths, b. Oct. 21, 1850, Esopus. X. Y. ; 
d. Xov. 19. 1885, Sbefficid, T^lass. ; m. (2) July 8, 1888. Kak', dan. of 
Abijah Curtiss of Yonkers, X. Y.. b. June 21, 1859, X. Y. C. Res. 
Broohlvn. X. Y. 



612 THE T}IO:!v!AS SANFOKD FAMILY 



Dr. Sajiford fitted for College at the Academy of Edward 01m- 
stead in :Miltoii, Ct. He eutered Yale College in the fall of 1869 
and gradnated in ISTo. He thereupon entered Yale Medical school 
gradnatiii.a- in 1875. Soon after graduating he was appoi';trd at- 
tending physician at the New Haven Dispensary. He practiced in 
New Haven to Septend-)er, 1S7S, wlieu lie went to ^Vcst Cornwall, 
Ct., where he practiced three years. In December, ISSl, he re- 
moved to Sheffield, ]\rass. continuing his practice. 

He had one child by second marriage. 

7110. Seldcn Bradloy?, b. .June 18, 18S9, Sheffield, Mass. Xow a student in 
Yale Colle-e. 

3265. SUSAN COENELIA^ VAN NORTWICK (Esther 
1367, C.v>•;^s^ 079, Ezra 191, Samuel G2, EzeMel 9, EzeldcJ 2, Thomas 
1) b. .Alay 2G, 1S51, Hornby, N. Y. ; m. George A. Dawley. l?es. 
Chicago Heiglits, 111. 

They had three ch.ildren. 

7117. Floyd-> Dawley, L. Feb. 18, .1S79, Hornby, N. Y. 
7113. Foy Dayrley, b. ISSl, Catou, X. Y. 
711ft.-f\'irtor Da%vley, b. 1SS4; m. Mabel Seholmer. 

3266. SAKAIl AMELIA' VAN N0RTV7ICK {same descent 
as 3265) b. :\ray 26, 1S54, Hornby, N. Y. ; d. Oct. IG, 1S9G, Corning, 
N. Y. ; m. Dec. 2-1, 1871, Marcus Bossard, b. in To^^^lsend, N. Y. ; 
d. 1897, Corning, N. Y. 

They had five children, all born in Hornby, N. Y. 

7120.-'-Leonn Flossard, b. Nov. 8, 187.5; i\\. Emily Jerkin. 

7121. Fdnii P. Bossard, b. Feb. 1877. 

7122. Yiola May Bossr-rd, b. Feb. 12, 1S?:J ; d. July 27, 1908, N. Y. City. 

7123. Mnttie Bossard, b. Aug. 1885; d. Pcjit. 1805, Cornino-. N. Y. 

7124. Pliilip S. Bossard, July 11, 18S9. Fes. Albert, Can. 

3287. FLOYD C\ VAN NORTVHCK {same eleseenf as 
3265) b. ^lay 12. 185—, Hornby, X. Y. ; m. :\Iar. 21. ISSS, Hallie 
Lovina, dan. of Edwai'd S. aiid ^Tai-y Aim Kline, b. .Ian. 28, 1870, 
Elmirn, N. Y. Ties. Corning, N. Y. 

They had ?i\i2 children, all born in Ibn-nby, N. Y. 

7125.4-Carno Helenr' Yau Nortwi<-k, b. Feb. 8, 1889; m. JeP:n' Beti-son. 
712(5. ^hwy Anna Yan Nortwirk, b. Jan. 22, 1894. 

7127. Fay'Ployvl Ya.i Xoituiek. b. Dec. It, 1895. 

7128. B-atiiee Yan ^"oT1^vi.■k, .luly 24, 1901; d. Sept. 4, 19'n. 

7129. JTa/.el llattie Van Xortwiok, b. An-. 20, 1902. 



NINTH C4ENEE.ATJON 613 



3268. ELLA« VAN NORTAVICK {same descent as 3265) b. 
Sept. 17. 1865, Hornby, N. Y. ; m. Arnansa J. Sample, b. Feb. 3, 
1854, Hornby, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 1, 1894. Res. Elmira, N. Y. 

TJiey ]iad Iv.-o eliildrcn, born in Hornby, N. Y. 

7130. Kcttjv Ellas Sample, b. Apr. 30, ISSS. 

7131. Ethel Ann Sample, b. Dec. C, 1891. 

3269. CYRUS D.« SCHinTjER {Sarali 1362, Cyrus 579, 
Ezra 191, Samuel 62, EzcMcl 9, EzcUel 2, Tlwraas 1) b. Nov. 10, 
1857; m. Dora Lee. Res. Elmira, N. Y. 

They had two chiklren. 

7132. (;le;if Schuyler, b. Feb. 1SS7; m. Ethel McCauley. 

7133. Hazel Schuyler, b. May 30, 1S97. 

3271. .AIARK^ SCHUYLER {same descent as 3269) b. Oct. 
18, 1SG7 ; m. Bell Wells. Res. Erin, N. Y. 
They had three children. 

7134. Carls Schuyler, b. Jan. 16, 1889. 

7135. Eihel Schuyler, b. May 4, 1S94. 

7136. Harold Schuyler, b. Jan. 6, 1901. 

3273. CORA^^ SANFORD {Beta 1363, Cyrus 579, Ezra 194, 
Samuel 62. Ezel-itl 9, Ezckiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 16, 1863, Beaver 
Dams, X. Y. : m. July 29, 1885, George Cross, b. Mar. 31, 1SG4, Ams- 
terdam. N. Y. Res. Amsterdam, N. Y. 

They had tv\-o children, born in Amsterdam, N. Y, 

7137. Albert C.f' Cross, b. Mar. 20, 18S6; d. Hec. 2S, 1891, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

7138. William E. Cross, b. July 8, ISSS. 

3274. DUANlv' SANFORD {same descent as 3273) b. June 
9, 1867, Beaver Dams, N. Y. ; m. June 23, 1896, Ella, dan. of Wil- 
lard Costello. b. Feb. 6, 1872, Cleveland, N. Y. Res. N. Y. C. 

They liad one child. 

7139. Ruth?, b. May 11, 1899; d. Atay 11, 1S99. 

3283. ORVILLE HITCHCOCK" PLATT {Daniel 1366, John 
5S9, EUzahcih 197, Ephraira 63, Ezeln'cl 9, Ezehiel 2. Thomas 1) b. 
July 19, 1827, Washington, Ct. ; d. 1905; m. ]\ray 15, 1S50, Ann 
Bull of Towanda, Ra. 



G14 THE THOMAS SANFOTM) FA^riLY 



' !Mr. Pliitt Avas adniitl(?cl to the bar in 1849, and opened a law 
office in ]\leridou, Ct., wliicli became bis liome. Entering politics, 
lie became clerk of the State Senate in 1857, v/as State Senator 
186"! -2, and member of the Connecticut IloiioC of Kepresentatives 
in 1804 and again in 1SG9, wb.en be served as Speaker. In 1879 he 
vras elected to the Senate of the l']iilcd States and held tlie office 
until bis death in 1905. He was, at Die time of bis deatli, tlie rec- 
ognized leader of tlie Senate, and high in the confidence of the 
President and of the leader of his i)arty. 
They had two children. 

7140. J;iines Perry^ Piatt. Now Judge of the U. S. District Court of the 

District of Connecticut. 

7141. Daniel Goulu Piatt, d. in boyhood. 

3284. DAVID SAXFORD^ JARVIS {Lucu IMS, Joiun 
591, EUzaldh 197, Ephraim 63, E:cl;icl 9, Ezcuid :.', TJwmas 1) 
b. Feb. 12, 1803, North Salem, N. Y. ; d. 1S78; m. Oct., 1833, Eliza 
Brown, b. Nov., 1814; d. 1S7G. Mr. Jarvis served in the Civil AYar. 

They had four children. 

7142. Ahrpm Jar^^s^ b. 1835; d. ]S(!2 in OliarlcstowjL, of yello\v fever; m. 

1S60. No children. He was private secretary to Gen. Gilmore. 

7143. Charles Jarvis, b. Apr. 14, 1S40; d. ISSS. He served in tlie CivQ V,"ar. 

"Was purser on ?. blockade runner. 
7144.j_]r,jv-ard Jarvis, b. :MaT, 1S43; d. 1873; ni. Ida Shannon. 
7145. Florence Jarvis, b. Dec. 3, 1849; d. 1892. 

S23S. MARIETTA'- JARVIS (.^ar.ic descent as 3281) b. Dec. 
4, 1814. North Sa]e:ii. N. Y. : d. Dec. 10, 1905; iv. Feo. 22, 1835, Ed- 
win Sears of Danbury, Ct.. b. Jan. }G, 1808; d. June G, 1SG6. 

They had three children. 

714r).-fClara M.^ So.t.s. b. Feb. 4, IS'.'.G; ni. John Canfield. 

7147. .lane E. Sears, b. Apr. 29, IS^.S. 

714S.-i-Mavy A. Sears, b. .Ian. 25, IS 1 1 ; d. July M\ 1870; m. X. Blackman. 

3287. JANE^ JAIIVIS (.svn;;r (hsrcnl as 3-JSl) b. Jan. 14, 
1818, Nortlt Salem, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 17, 1840, Jcbn C. Jackson of 
Shanm, Cl.. b. June 13. 1813: d. 1874. 

Tbey had seven rhildren. 

7149.-f lleler ll.« .Picksou, b. Dec. 31, 1811; ni. Tlermau Fairchild. 
7150.-|-.1ulia Jackson, b. Nov. 27, lSi:J; ni. M. L. Hungerfcrd. 
7151.-l-.1uhu C. .1aek:>.>n, b. Sept. 31, 18 In. 



NINTH GENERATION 615 



7152. Frances Jackson, b. Jan. 21, 1849; ni. 1871, Levi Elydenl)i;roli, a 

noted criuiinal Inwyer of Now Haven, Ct. Had two childroa. 

7153. Florence Jackson, b. Mar. 11, 1S51; m. 1S7C, William Hawley. No 

children. 
715-1. Ann Eliza Jack.son, b. .Ian. 26, 1853; d. Mar. 7, 1857. 
7155. Charles Jackson, b. Feb. 2, 1S59. 

3288. CHARLES'^ JAKVIS {mmc descent as 3384) h. Mar. 
4, 1821, North Salem, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 20, 1845, Betsey A, Hay, b. 
Apr. 3, 1S26; d. :\ray, 1S7G. Ees. Estherville, la. 

, They liad three chihiren. 

7156.+Charles AYillis'^' Jarvis, b. Oct. 29, 18-^5; m. Harriet Wilbur. 
7157. Melville .larvis, b. July n, 1849. Kes. Estlierville, ia. 
715S. JeuDv Jarvis, b. Apr. 28, 1SG8. I?es. Estherville, la. 

3289. JOHN JAY^ JARVIS {same desccht as 3S2J) h. Dec. 
4, 1828, North Salem, N. Y. ; d. Jan. M, 18SG ; ra. 1850, Stisaii 
M. "Lester," b. Jau. 27, 1829. Res. Danbiiry, Ct. 

iNFr. Jarvis enlisted in the 17th Connecticut Volunteers, was 
taken prisoner at Gettysburg' and eonfnied in Libby Prison until 
removed to Belle Isle, where alter six months he was exchanged. Ho 
Avas sent out under Col. Fowler in the famous "Cotter'' raid, tiikcTx, 
prisoner and scjjI to Andersonville, where he remained, eight 
months. Tie was finally sent to the Union lines under guard by 
Capt. AVirz, AvJio loolc a pair of cavalry boots from hiin, giving him 
a pair of shoes in exchange. The shoes are now in the possession 
of his son, who considers them as one of his clioice possessions. 

'J'hey had two children. 

7150.+Fostern Jarvis, b. June 21, 1852; m. E. A. Sherwood. 
716G. Ella J;avis, b. 1857. 

3290. EBIZA-^ LEACH {Ahigail 1370, Jonas 591, KU:ohr{h 
]f)7\ J-Jphraim 63, Ezcldel 9, Ezelicl 2, Thowas 1) b. Aug. 1. ISOS; 
d. Nov. 29, 1894, Winsted, Ct.; m. John Hewitt, b. 1796; d. Feb. 27, 
1SG8. 

They had three childi-en. 

7161.+:MariettaO Hewitt, m. (1) Hill; m. (2) Stannard. 

7162. + Evcliiio Hewitt, m. William Eawreucc. 
7 ir.3.+ Charles Hewitt, m. (2) Clunlotte Sage. 



THE THOMAS S.ANFOI^D FAMILY 



3291. JGirS' LEACH (same descent as 3290) b. Mhv Vj, 
ISlV, AiiK-uia, X. Y.; r), Apr. 2?, 1SS9, Ciucinunti, 0.'; ]i). Aii"- jj' 
.1851, Celcstia Bird, b. A})r. S^ jS2:\ Salisbury, Ci. ; d. Oct. 24, 3 899^ 
Giiicimiati, 0. 

Tliey had ihrec. children. 
7104. ?^r:irioii F.S' Leach, ich. Ciuciimati, Oiiio. 
71G5. IJanioL S. Lonch, res. Cincmnati, Oido. 
7.1G6. George IT. Lcaeli, rt^s. Ciucinuati, Ohio. 

3202. HAiailET^ LEACII (same dcsrcni a.^ 3290) b. 1818, 
SLaroii, Ct. ; d. Ece. 5, 187S, Sbarou, Ct. ; ra. Ciiarles Smith, b. ISl:^' 
d. Aug. 16, 1S63. 

Tboy }iad tlirec <'jiildren. 

7167. OmidnJi Smith, rcri. Sliarou, Ct. 

7163. Infant. 

7169. ]?avid Smith, res. Sharon, Ct.' . 

S293. ELTJAJI C.'^ LEACII {sa.ne descent as 3290) h. T^Iar 
4, 1822, Sharoii, Ct. ; d. Sept. 22, 1870, Kok(,>no, Jud.; m. Nov. 35, 
1841, Annis Bird, b. Nov. 1, 1820, Sali-sbury, Ct. ; d. Sept. 14, 18GS, 
Kob'oirjo, Ind. 

They liad two chiMren. 

7JV0.-}-.1o1;n :NLf' Leach, m. ifary lufiier. 
7r/l.-j-Char]cs K. L.'aoh, m. Mollie Jlavcns. 

3294. DANIEL^ LEACH [same descent a? 3290) b. Jan. 29, 
38—, SJiarou, Ct. : d. Sept. 2:1 1881, Sharou, Ct. ; in. Janet Hi)K-k- 
bjy, d. Aug. 2-1-, 188L 

They had two cliildron. 

7172. Jolm!' Leacli, res. Sharon, Ct. 

7173. E))a Lca.-h 

3296. EDVAM^D^ LEACH {same descent as 3290) b. 

1828; VA. . 

They liad oue cliild. 

7174. Janiog!^ Leach. 

3310. JAXi-: :\r.^ VhXTV {^VU!w,a 137 :<, Jnaas 59 L i:ii:a- 
heth ]97, Ephrabn 03, E-c/^id 9, TJuJ^icl 2, Tlumuts J) b. Au;?. 27', 
1832. New ?Jil ford. Ct. ; ni. Aug. 20, 1859, Maui'Ice IM". Mallou.'^ 

Tiiey bad tbioe clnldrcn. 

7175. L<^iha P.» Mnllun, b. Nov. 20, LSfiO. 

7176. ^Yimr)m Phitt Mallon, b. Sept. S, 1S63. 

7177. JuHi; W. Ma-llor., b. Sept. 10, 1870. 



NINTH GENERATION 617 



3313. LANDAIS L.^ LATHEOP {Delia 1377, Jonas 591, 
ElizaLcih 197, Ephraim 63, Ezcldel 9, Ezckiel 2, TJiomas 1) b. Jan. 
20, J824, Sullivan, N. Y.; m. I^Iatilda E. Hadden. 

TJiey liiid six children. 

71 7S. Oj^den L.s Lfithroji, b. ]Nfar. P, 1S47. 

7179. Erskiue L. Lathrop, b. June 26, 1S49. 

7150. Ei-viii E. Lathroi^, b. Eeb. G, 1S51. 

71 51. Viola F. Latlnop, b. Orl. ?6, lSo3. 
7182. George A. Eathrop, b. Apr. 27, ISoG. 
71S3. 0. .lay Eathrop, b. Aug. 7, ]K59. 

3325. COIJNELIUS^^ JACKSOX {Samuel 1381, Banid 605, 
Abigail 199, Ephraim 63, Ezcldel 9, Ezehid 2, Thomas 1) b. Mar. 
13, 1811, Stratford, Ct. ; m. (1) Aiij?. 9, 1S32. Elizabell) Fairehild 
of N. Y. C, d. Oct. 3, 1813, LivJugslon, Ala.; m. (2) ^Iny. 25, 
1845, .^Faliiida Jane L;nv]e.'. b. Jidy 3. .1817, ^ladison Co., Ala.; 
d. Jan. 3, 1849; m. (3) Oct. 3, 1850, Caroline Virginia Farish, b. 
^Mar. 13, 1830, Green Co., .Ala. In 1874, they inoved fron; Enter- 
prise, ?vLis.s., to Texas. 

He had three children l)y first, two by second and eight by third 
marriage, tlie last five all bojn in Enterprise, ^Miss. 

71S-1. TVilb;.in Henrys Jackson, b. Sept. S, 1833, N. Y. City; d. Oct. 14, 1S59, 
Houston, T'^^xas; uiun. 

7185. Elizabeth Fairohnd Jackson, b. Oct. 20, 1835, Stratford, Ct.; d. Dee. 
15, 1S62; m. Eove E. Gilbert. They had three children and all 
di^-'d durin-:^ the Civil War. Mr. Gilbert served during- the war. 

71SG. ]\Iartin Van Euren Ja.-k.-.ou, b. Oct. 5,. 1840, Eivinj;ston, Ala.; d. Sept. 
15, 1842. 

7187. Cafl.erine Ann Jackson, b. Mar. 3, 1846, Eivin-sfon, Ala.; d. Jnly 

'.0. 1850. 

7188. Eli Lawlee Jackson, b. Mar. 10, 1848, Eivin^ston, Ala.; d. July 8, 1S48. 

7189. Eli'.a Griswold Jackson, b. Sejit. 25, 1851, Livingston, Aba. 

7190. Cornelius Sanford Jackson, h. Aug. 29, 1853, Livingston, Ala.; d. 

Oct. 18, 1862, Enterprise, Miss. 

7191. Samr.cl Clinton Jackson, b. Eeb. 5, 1857, Marion, Miss. 

7192. Edward Shields Jacksou, b. Sept. 15, 1862; d. Sej.t. 22, 1862, Enter- 

prise, Miss. 

7193. George Washington Jackson', b. Feb. 22, 1864; d. Nov. 11, 1865. 

7194. Mary Elizabeth Jackson, b. Nov. 13, 1866. 

7195. Thomas Ashcr Jackson, b. IMay 16, 1869. 

7196. Frederick Augustus Jackson, b. Jan. 1, 1872. 

3329. CEOl^riK FFvEDERIClv^ JACKSON {same desccvt 
as 3325) b. July 15, 1820, Stratford, Ct. ; d. Get. IS, 18GG, Stratford, 
Ct. ; ui. ]Mar. 3, 184—, Fr.uices Angnsta O'Noil, granddaughter of 



G18 THE I^HO^.IAS SANFORD FAiJlLY 



Jolin Clark and Lois (Jiicliards) Sage. ]\ir. Jackson was a luanu- 
faeturer in Stratford, Ct. He is buried in t}ie Episcopal Cemetery 
there. 

They had Uro cliildrcu, born in St}atrtird, Ct. 

7197. Frederick Augustus^ Jackson, b. Jan. 24, IS45; m. Feb. J 2, ].S72, 
Viola Kldora, d;iu. of Francis Dwight aud Laura (Brown) Looinis 
of New Hnvon, Ct., b. May 31, 1845. Kesidod iu New iiavcn, Ct. 

7193. Mary Flla Jackson, d. Dec. 27, 1S4G; d. Apr. IG, 1851, Albany, X. Y. 

3335. ABBY^^ SANFOED {Lemuel 13S7, James 610, John 
201, Fyphraim 63, EzcUcl 9, EzcJncl 2, Tliomas 1) b. June 26, ISOS, 
Keddiug, Ct. ; d. Juno 19, 1893, St. l^aul, ^linn. ; m. Apr. 2, 1827, in 
Reddin- Ct., Harry Warner, b. Oct. 16, 1793. 

Tliey luid two children, ])orn in Kedding, Ct. 

7199.+John Morris^ Warner, b. Re])t. 7, 1S2S; ni. Kosa Scliaiier. 
7200. -{-Reuben Wainer. b. ,luly 11, IS'3] ; in. Mory Robertson. 

3337'. ISAAC PLATT« SANFORD {mme descent as 3335) 
b. Nov. 22, 1811, Redding, Ct.; d. IMar. 10, 1887, Grand H;iveu, 
Mich.; m. Aug. 27, 1834, .Alary Jennings Royall, b. Dec. 1, 181-1; 
d. Oct. 6, 1883; Grand HaYon, Mich. 

They had ten children. 

7201. + Timol]iy RoynIP, b. June, 13, 1S35; d. Mar. 18, 18SG; in. ^Nlary 

^leDonald. 

7202. Isaac Full, b. Sept. 27, 1836, Elmira, N. Y. ; in. Sept. 30, 1S7-1, in 

Grand Haven, Midi., Mary (JNTiller) Osoood, ^vido^^• of Lieuteaant 
George O.?pood, b. IsFay l-J, 1836, Fctroil, Arich. 

7203. Josiah Bennett, b. Apr. 30, 1838; d. Apr. 22, 1887, Grand ITaven. 

Mioh.; tmm. Ho was a lieutenant. 

7204.-fMary Frances, b. Mar. 4, 1S40; m. George Saxtou. 

7205.+George Davis, b. Jan. 7, 1842; m. Frances Stoner. 

7206. David Piatt, b. Dec. 18, 1844, Akron, Ohio; in. Sept. 10, 1870, Grand 
Haven, Mich., Anna Dikehousc, b. Apr. 19, 1849. 

7207. -f Henry Cnrlton, b. June 14, 1846; ni. Eunovnia Bedsuitli. 

7208. Emma r^taretfa, b. Aug. C, 1819, Akron, Ohio; i-i. Jan. 24, 18S4, 
Lansing, Mich., Jfimes I'ei.se Brayton, b. Xin . 23, 187-1, Aztalan, 
Wis. yhf. Brayton is a very bright, intelligent woman and has 
t:kcn a deep intere.=it iu this ^^ork and its preparation. In Ajir. 
]!)07 sh.' \\as in Washington, D. C, elcc4ed State Regent of the 
D. A. ];. Society. Re3. Grand Rapids, :Mich. 

7209.' Adeline \Vheeler, b. Sei)t. 7, 1^51; d. Nov. 15, 1852. 

72111. Cliaile.-^ ihlaiund Xewell, b. .lane 1, 1S58; d. July 28, 1884; unin. 




ISAAC }>LATT SAXFOlil) 

Nu. 3:^37 

MAKV .IKXXIXCIS (FiOVAl.!.) SAXKOKD 

No. 3337 



NTXTH OEXEIiATIOX 619 



3333. BETSEY'^ SAXFOHD {same thsccni as ,?.S'.S'5) b. June 
16, 1815, RedcUug, Ct. ; d. Oct. 27, 18r,6, Bethel, Cl.; lu. May 15, 
1835, in Bethel, Ct., Genr<TG Baninm, h. ^lay 11, 3S12, Bethel, Ct. ; 
d. Mar. G, 18G4, Bethel, Ct. 

They had nine eliildren, all boui in Bethel, Ct. 

7211.4-Charlotte Augusta^ Barnum, b. 'Msr. 31, 1S37; m. David Osborjio, Jr. 
7212.+IIa7inah Sauford Baimiia, h. Dee. 2, 1830; m. Lens Denedict. 
7213.+Adiiline Amolia Barnum, b. Apr. 2S, 1842; d. Feb. 21, 1S9S; in. 

Jacob llinklc-y. 
72M. + Sarab ElizHoeth Barnum, b. Oct. 19, ls4r,; m. Eev. Joseph NorvoU. 
7215. Betsey L. Barnura, b. Sept. S, 1S47; d. Feb. — , 1SC6, Bethel, Ct. 
721C. + Gcorj::e Washington Barnum, b. Feb. 22, IS 19; d. Oct. 20, 1SS.3; m. 

Xora Ivoous. 
7217.-f Heiuy Taylor Barnum, b. May 14, 1S50; m. Mrs. Nora (Koous) 

*' Barnum. 
721S. Lucy J. Barnum, b. Feb. 27, 1S52; m. Jan. 12, 1S90, in Chicago, 111., 

Peter George. 
7219.-j-Char]cs Lcniuel Barnum, b. Oct. 21, 18.5.5; m. Tlelen Sitgreaves. 

3339. HANXAIP S^AXFOBD {same descent as 3335) b. 
1816; d. 1841; m. Edmund AVheeler of Newtown, Ct., d. Sept. 2!J, 
1895. 

Tliey had one child. 

7220. James Sanford^' Wheeler, b. Feb. 2.",, 1S40; d. May 28, ISGS, X. Y. 
City. 

3340. REV. DAVID PlvATT"^ SANFOPxD {same dcscod as 
3335) b. Jan. 29, 1819, Beddins?, Ct. ; d. A].r. 3, 1883, Tliorapsonville, 
Ct. ; m (1) Apr. 3, 1817, \n Xe^\-to^vn, Ct., Caroline Ilamlin, b. Apr. 
7, 1822, iXewtown, Ct. ; d. Jidy 7, 1851, St. Louis. :\ro. : ni. (2) Xnv. 
18, 1852, l^mma Bartow Lewis, b. June 14, 1829. Flushing, L. I. 

^\v. Sanford was early lift an orplian. After spending a few 
years on a farm lie learjied the printer's trade in Xew Haven, 
meanwhile fitting himself for colleoe. He entered Triuity (then 
Washinp-ton) college in 1841. and was graduated as valedictovina 
of his cbis-^ in 1841. He resigned In's iirst parish at Voodbury. Ct., 
owing to ill health v/hidi enforced ret-uperatinn for some time. In 
1850 he l:K)k a i)astoratr in St. Lonis, Mo., where his la1)ors among 
the sick from eliolera in IS:!! and an att;u-k of the disease so reduord 
hirn t1i;it ho had to return to tlie East. He next sei'ved at Xew V.W- 
ford. Ct., whence he was called to the church of the Bedc^nifr ui 
Brooklyn. X. Y., wliere he served five years. Aside fi-oin two year? 
spent in Minn<?soia and as Chapbiin of the 20th Conn. Vols., Ih^ re- 



THE THOMAS SANl^OlID FAAIILY 



mainder of his life was given to the diocese of Conn. The degree 
of Doctor of Divinity Avas confirmed on. him by Trinity College hi 
1876. He spent his last nine years as pastor of St. Andrev.;, at 
Thor-ij^sonville and of St. iMary's at ITazardville. 

He had two children by first and eight by second mnrriage. 

7221. Grace Hjdes b. Fcl5. 19, ISIS, Xc^.lou-n, Ct.; d. Dc-c. 7, 1S74, Nebraska 

City, Neb. 

7222. Alice, b. Oct. 16, 1S49, WolcotiviU.?, Ci. ; d. Sept. 21, I8.1O, St Loui<^ 

Mo. ' 

7223. Caroliue Fauih'n, b. Feb. 11, 1S54, Brouklyn, N. Y. ; uuin. She is 

Dc\i.eones3 in Trruning- Scliool, 70S Sjiruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

7224. + nariict Emma, b. Nov. 21, 18.55; d. Nov. 19, 1SS5; m. Pov.' James 

George, Jr. 
722.5. -f-DavJd Levris, b. Sept. 6, 1S57; m. Auiia Eriscoc. 

7226. Charlotte Beach, b. Feb. .^, 1860, Long II ill, Ct.; d. Julv 30, 1S64, 

Wolcottville, Ct. 

7227. William Henry, b. Mar. 31, 1S62; d. Apr. 1.5, 1SG2, Long Hill, Ct. 
7228. -f Edgar Lewis, b. June 24, 1864; m. Anna Munson. 

7229. Amelia, b. Apr. 26, 1868, Torrington, Ct. 

7230. + Fiedcriek Harriman, b. July 5, 1874; m. (1) Eva Bates; m. (2) 

Nathalie Drake. 

3341. ErXICE LOUISA** SANFORD {same decent as 
3335) b. June 4, 1S24, liedding, Ct. ; d. Sept. 11, ISSl, Kent, 0. ; 
m. June 17, ]S47, Thomas Melville, b. Feb. 9, 1814, New Mills, Scot- 
land; d. Sept. 14, 1877, Kent. 0. 

They had two children. 

7231. Frank T.o ^relville, b. Oct. 2, 1848; d. Mar. 30, 1852. 
7232.+:Minnie M. Melville, b. July 4, 1854; ra. Dr. George Babbitt. 

S342. ELVIRA^ SriEPARD {Lydia 3S8, James 610, John 
201, Ephraim- 63, Ezckicl 9, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 15, 1S02, 
Redding, Ct. ; d. Apr. 29, 1878, Redding, Ct. ; m. William B. Cable 
in Redding, Ct., b. Oct. 7, ISOl, Weston, Ct. ; d. Apr. 10, 1873. 

The}' had five children. 

7233.+ Harriet :Nraria3 Cable, b. 1822; d. June 16, 1891; m. Stephen 

ILnnnaford. 

7234. Mary E. Cable, m. , left no descendants. 

7235. Charles Cable, said to have been living in 1850, in Albany, N". Y. 

7236. Margaret Cable, d. young at Albany, N. Y. 
7237.4-James Cable, b. , 1837. 

3343. AVILLIA^r McSHEPARl). Jk. {same dcscnd as 334.2) 
b. Apr. 1:1, 1803, Redding. Ct. ; d. Oct. 6, 1873, Shcflield, 0.; m. (1) 
Dec. ], 18-24, in Newtowjj, Ct., Auuii Griffin, b. Feb. 21, 1808, New- 



KINTH GENERATION 621 



town, Ct.; d. Sept. 4, 1833, Newtown, Ct. ; m. (2) Nov. 10, 1833, iu 
Newto\ni, Ct., Lucy Stillson, b. Jime 24, 1806, Newtowu, Ct. ; d. 
Feb. 9, 1871, Sheffield, 0. 

ITe l".;id five child ten by first rnaiTJage, all born w Nev/tovvrt, 
Ct., and four by second niaTria[','e. 

723S.4-Wili;am& Shepard, b. Oct. 28, 1825; d. Oct. 30, 1S95'; in. Sapliionia 

JarvJs. 
723P.-f Aiidre^v Shepard, b. Nov. G, 1827; d. June 14, 1809; m. Lt-ontiiie Tuttle. 
72-^0. + :\Iary Shopard, b. Ort. 19, JS29; d. Sei.t. 37, 1SG3; m. Lyjuau Boynton. 

7241. Cileries Shepard, b. Oct. 9, 1S31; d. Nov. 30, 1831, Newtown, Ct. 

7242. SusaniKili Shfpard, b. Nov. 21, 1SP.2; iii. Juno 2P, 1879, Archibald 

Cnuningbam, of Columbus, Ohio, b. Apr. 10, 1S20; d. Aug. 2.5, 1897,. 
Columbus, Ohio. No ohildren. 

7243. John Shepard, b. Oct. 15, 1834, Newtov,-ii, Ct.; d. Dec. 26, 18.56, 

Sheffield, Ohio ; unm. 

7244. Borfce Shepard, b. Jvdj 3, 1836, Shcflleld, Oliio; unm. 

7245.-f Georj-e Johuson Sliepard, b. Sept. 24, 1S3S; d. Mar. ]2, 1S97; m. 1) 

Julia Sturdevant; m. (2) Charlotte Grant. 
7246.+Jamfs Shepard, b. Mar. 27, 1842; m. (1) Sara Kriapp; m. (2) 

Eliza Askew. 

3347. A:\I0S CHAP]\IAN« SANFORD (Isaac 13S9, James 
610, John 20 J, Ephraim 63, Ezeldcl 9, Ezelciel 2, Thomas 1) b. July 
2, 1820, Cat.sldll, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 3, 1902, Palrayra, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 
9, 1858, Jane Clark, b. Nov. 3, 1831, East Palmyra, N. Y. :\Ir. San- 
ford ^va.s a inercbant in Palmyra, N, Y. Her Pes. Palmyra, N. Y. 

The>' liad three children, all born in Palmyra, N. Y. 

7247.H- James Clarko, b. Sept. 2G, 1859; m. INlrs. Antoiuette INlasou. 

7248. + Fred 11. , b. June 22, 1867; ni. Olive Corning. 

7249. Charles A., b. Ap.r. 30, 1S70; d. Jan. 3, 1808, Barbadoes. 

3348. DAVID POPTER'* SANFORD {same descent as 3347) 
b. Nov. 12, 1827, Catshill, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 19, 1872, Palmyra, N. Y. ; 
ni. Nov. 20. 1851, Adela NeM'ton, b. — — in Palmyra, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 
18, 1871, Palmyra, N. Y. Mr. Sanford Avas engaged in mercantile 
business in Palmyra. 

They had seven chiUlren, all born in Palmyra, N. Y. 

7250. I^Iarilla!', b. Au,c,^ 31, 1852; lu. John 11. Williamson. No children. Keg. 

Palmjra, N. Y. 

7251.-l-Newtoii, b. Dec. 19, 1854; m. Kate . 

72o2.+Arncs, b. Dec. 23, 1856; m. Rnena Lal;ey. 
7253.-} Sarah, b. July 5, 1859; in. Robert Van Duzer. 
7254. -j- Isaac, b. .\\<v. 5, 18G3; m. Jejinic j^Iott. 

7255. Eouise, b. Oct. 11, 1864; unm. 

7256. Gorf'e, b. Oct. 22, ISCG; m. Belle :More. No cliildreu. 



622 THE THOMAS SAXI'OEI) FAMJI/V 



3350. ELTZA'^ SANFORD {A/anson 1390, James 6W, John 
201, Ephrohn 63, EzeUel 9, E-clid 2, Thomas 1) bap. June 1, 
1S21; d. Awy. Ti, 1S57, Richfield, Ct. : in. Aug. 7, ]&3fj, in Xorwalk' 
Cl., Jnnics Butler Smilli, b. Dec. ^^ . 181G; d. Apr. 17, 189], N. Y. c! 

They had five cluldreji. 

7257. Atarv Y.f Smith, b. An- 12, 183S, Clcvclaml, Oliio; m. ^Jay 27, 1888, 

Amos Galloupe. 

7258. + Sarab Eliza Smith, b. June 13, 1S40; m. (1) jTilian Main; ni. (2) 

Henry AViniier. 
72::9.+Loi-> Oertnu> Smith, b. Apr. 1, 1S42; d. Jan. 13, 1SS5; m. Amos 

Galloupe. 
7260. William Smith, b. Apr. 7, 1844; cl. Feb. 2S, 1&.54, liidgofield, Ct. 
7201. James S. Smilh, b. Dec. 1, 1S4G; d. Mar. 3, ISSS, X. Y. City; num. 

3358. TURNEY^ SANFORD {James J39i, James 610, John 
201, Ephmlm 63, Ezcldel 9, Ezdcicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 2-3, 1S25, 
Reddi73g. Ct. : d. Apr. 8, lOOG. Redding, Ct. : m. j\lay 21, 1S62. i)i 
Sonthport, Ct., ^fary Roe, b. July 2-3, 1841, N. Y. C. ; d. Jan. 22, 
1902. V.Y. Sanford v,-as a member of (he Assembly m tlie years ]853 
and 187.5. 

They had one child. 

7262. + Geor^e Tunicy", b. Mar. IG, 1SC4; d. Dee. 31, 1894; m. Florence Hill. 

SSGO. JA]\IES^ SANFORD {same descent as 33^S) b. Oct. 
19, 1830, Redding Ct. : d. June 10, 1896, Redding, Ct. ; m. Dee. 20, 
1853, Sarah I^Fcekei'. b. Jan. 8, 1837. I^^ddiug, Ct. 

They ha done child. 

7263.-|-^Vi]liam Cliiitonr', b. July 7, 1850; m. Edith Cole. 

33G2. STEPHEN^ SANFORD {same eleseent os 335S) h. 
lUiY. 28, 1835. Reddin-, Ct. ; m. Nov. 23, 18G1, Marv Sophia Banks 
b. July 3, 1«42. Redd inn-, Ct. 

They had two children, born in Reddiiig Ridge. Ct. 

7264.4-Emory Perkins?, b. May 14, 1S71; m. Fanny Sanford. 
7265. Stephen Ernest, b. Jan. 4, 1877; ximn. Res. Xcwtnxvn, Ct. 

3363. BETSEY^ SANPORD {same descent as 3}:5S) b. Sept. 
13, 1838, Redding, Ct. ; m. Jan. ], 18G2, George Botsfoid Sherwood. 
b. Aug. 28, 1839. 

They had one cliild. 

726t3.4-Janie3 Arthuro Sherwood, b. Jifay 8, 18''^7; m. Eva W'hiiehead. 



NINTH GENEEATION 023 



3367. CHAKLES^ SANFORi) (same descent as 3358) h. 
Feb. 5, 1849, Kedding, Ct.; m. Fel). 10, 1879, II;;nnah Sherwood, 
b. .Afay 31, 1852. 

They liad l\vu oJiildreii, born iii Iieddiii^.^, Ci. 

7267. nisiof', b. .Timo 7, ]8S0. 

7268. Lucy, b. Feb. 19, 1S82. 

33G8. CHAHLES^ MORGAN (Zero 1403, EUzalcth 612, 
John 201, Ephraim 63, Ezcldcl 9, Fzelciel 2, Thonms 1) 1). Apr. 7, 

1821, Xcwtown, Ct. ; d. Feb. 5, 1S91, Newtown, Ct. ; m. (1) ; 

rn. (2) .Alar. 9, 1851, Polly Peek, b. , 1835, Weston, Ct. ; d. 

Jan. 1, 1892. 

lie had four children b}- second marriage, all born in NewtoA\-u, 
Ct. 

72G0.4neurj P.e Morgan, b. Mar. 28, 1852; m. Eomelia Culiver. 
7270.+Ovmel Eli Morgan, b. Feb. S, 1S55; rn. Esther Briscoe. 

7271. ilcrv.-in D. Morgsn, b. Sept. 4, 1S57. 

7272. + E.iith L. Morgan, b. Oct. 18, 1SG2; m. William Cook. 

3371. CTTAPLES ilOPGAX^ BANKS {Fannij 1104, Elha- 
hctJt 612, John 201, Ephravn. 63, Esclciel 9, Ezchiel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. ]\rar. 4, 1S21, Redding, Ct. ; d. Sept. 22, 1887; m. Nov. 3, 1844, 
in Weston, Ct., Sophia Bradley, b. A])r. 27, 1825, Greenfield, Ct. ; 
d. Nov. 17, 1897, I-?edding- Pidge, Ct. 

Tliey had three ciiildren. 

7273.+Agnfso Banks, b. Nov. 15, 1846; in. Plenry "\Aliiteliead. 
7274.-l-Eli5:abetb S. P.aiik:^, b. Nov. 14, 1S47; m. .lohn Duncan. 
7275. + Ahna L. Banks, b. Got. 28, 1867; m. Francis Eee. 



3372. ELIZABETH SANl'^OPE^ :\10PGAN [Ezra 1405, 
ElmihcfK612, John 201, Ephraim 63, EzeJricI 9, EzclAcl 2, Thomas 
1) b. Alai-. 31, 1839, Newtown, Ct. ; ni. Oel. 15, 1SG2, Pnfus D. Cable, 
b. Dee. 9, 1831, Westport, Ct. : d. Aug. 19, 1889, Westport, Ct. 

They had six children, all born in AYeslport, Ct. 

7276.' Jolin IT.o Cable, b. Aug. 27, 1863; d. .luly 10, 187;J, Wrsljujrt, Ct. 

7277. + :Mary Elizabeth Ca1)lo, b. .luly 16, 1865; m. ^larcus Butler. 

7278. George E. Cable, b. Nov. 7, 1867; d. June 13, 180S, We.stport, Ct. 

7279. Sophia >r. Cable, b. .Uine 0, 1870; d. Sept. 15, 1871, Westport, Ct. 
72S0.-f Ilaii'iah Louise Cable, b. .Ian. 3, 1873; w. Ed^^ard Bucluier. 
7281.+Anto]nette Cornelia Cable, b. Bee. 1, 1S74; m. liev. George Bobsou. 



624 THE Tno:^IAS SANFOTiD PAIMILY 



3374. HON. DANIEL NASII^ MORGAN {same descent as 
3372) h. Ang. IS, 1844, Newtown, Ct. ; n\. Jimc 10, ISCS, in Hui-itiiig- 
ton, Ct., :\Icdoi-a 11. Jiulsoii, b. Aug. 14, , Ilimtiugton, Ct. 

Mr. Nadi ^^Hs; Ti;ca';nrer of the U. S. fj-om J.n^ie 1, 18113, to 
July 1, 1897, in the Cleveland Adnninistration. In IS'/'S he was 
eleeted a inemhor of the Common CoimcJl of Bridgeport; he v as 
Mayor of the city in ISSO and 18S4, and has held many public 
offices- tliore. He was Senator from the 14th district in 1885 and 
1S02, having ])re^iously been a member of the House. 

They had three children. 

7282. Mary H.s :Morg:iri, h. Nov. 29, 1S73, nimtiiifi-ton, Ct.; m. Juuc 9, 1901, 

Daniel Edwarcis Brinsinado. 

72S3. Floio'nce N. Morgan, b. Dee. 5, ]S76; d. Apr. IS, 3S7S, Huutinpton, Ch 

7£S4.+Williarii Jiulson ]\rorgan, b. May 17, ]SS1; m. Hflen Brinymado. 

3379. EDAVARD KEMPER^ MORGAN {same descent as 
3372) b. Mar. 16, 1S:)9, Newtown, Ct. ; d. Apr. 14, 190G, Bridgeport, 
Ct. ; m. Sept. 27, 1SS3, Charlotte A. Judson, b. Dec. 1, ISGl, Huut- 
ington, Ct. 

Tlicy had two cliildren. 

7285. Daniel J.p Morgan, b. June 10, ISSo, Huntington, Ct. 
72SG. Frederick E. Morgan, b. Feb. 13, ISPO, Bridgeport, Ct. 

3381. M.\RY ELIZA« LYON {EUzaheth J 406, John 613, 
John 201, Ephrabn 63, Ezckiel 9, Ezclcicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Mar. 11, 
1825 ; d. Feb. 18, 1857, Chatham, Can. ; m. Jane 20, 1847, Rev. Noble 
F. English, b. Sept. 24, 1820; d. ^May 23, 1874, London, Ont. 

Tl ey had five children. 

7287. Lemuel N.& Enolish, b. Apr. 22, ISJS; d. May 7, ISiS, Picton, Can. 

7288. Lydia E. EnoKsh, b. July 17, 1749, Brockville, Can.; unm. 
7289.+Edward N. English, b. June 17, 1851; m. Mary Mulkins. 

7290. Elia-1 F. English, b. May 3, 1853, Ottawa, Can.; d. Sept. 11, 38.^1, 

Eiantford, Can. 

7291. George A. English, b. :May IS, 18.35, Brantford, Can.; d. Dec. 24, ISGl, 

Goderich, Ont. 

3384. DAVID SANFORD^ DUNCO:\rBE {nuth 1407, John 
613. John 201, EjJirai^n 63, Ezrhiol 9, Ezehiel ,?, Thomas 1) h. Oct. 
1, 1813, Redding. Ct.; d. :\Iar. 19, 1883, Redding, Ct. ; m. (1) June 
29. 1845. in Shei-inan. Ct., -Lino C, Bea.ch, b. Jan. 31, 1818, Sherman, 
Ct. : d. ^lar. 19. 1852; m. (2) Jan. 17, 1854, in N. Y. C, Marietta 
AYright, b. Oct. 31, lS:;f), l^ompey, N. Y. 



Ts^N^'^ generation 625 



lie had one child by fii-st and two by second marriage, all boi-n 
in N. Y. C. 

7292. + Mai7 P.p Duiicombe, h. Aug. 15, 1S4S; m. V\'illlaiii Cook. 
7?9^..^^■^il!i-^l S. .Drnieombp, b. Feb. 11, ISjli; rn. LllUo :Mur.]ock. 

7294. Nellie. C. Duncombo, b. Sept. 6, 1863. 

8385. ASAHEL SANFOED^^ DUNCO^IBE {same descent as 
3381) b. Sept. 1, 1S15, Redding, Ct. ; d. Feb. 2S, 1873, RrookbTi. N. 
Y. ; m. Dee. 25, 1837, in Redding. Ct., Betsey Arm Canfield, b. Dec. 
2, 1814, Redding. Ct.; d. Apr. 7, 1873, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

They had seven children. 

7290. William IT.o DLinooinbe, b. July 5, 1839; d. imder four years. 
729G. Emma J. Duiicumbe, b. Aucf. 2, 1S41; fl. uiul.-r four years. 
7297. Ed^-ard J. Duriconibe, )>. Dec. 25, 1S43, Keddinrj, Ct.; m. Mar. 25, 1SS3, 
Frances Giarit. No children. 

7295. Mary E. IJuucnmbe, b. Jan. 23, 1S4G, Reddir.g, Gt. 
7299.-fner,;y C. Duneombe, b. Sept. 21, 1S49; m. Delia ^Yedekend. 
7300. Franklin Dnncombe, b. Sept. 20, 1851; d. under four years. 
7?01.-|-TKabeila E. Duneombe, b. June 2, 1S54 ; m. Adam Leioh. 

3386. CHARLES^ DUXC0:\1BE (same dcsceni as 3384) b. 
Oct. 24, 1817, Redding, Ct. ; m. Eliza Fanton. 
They had three children. 

7302. Edmund'-' Duneombe. 

7303. Lydia Ann Duneombe, m. ^A'illiam Jennings. 
7304.^-Tiarriet Duneombe, m. John Bouton. 

3388. LYDTA ANN- DUXCOMBE {same descent as 33S4) 
b. I\rar. 4, 1824. Redding, Ct. ; d. "Slav. 2. 1884; m. Apr. S, 1842; iu 
Redding, Ct., John Csborn, b. Dec. 5, 1813; d. July 24, 1891. 

They had three children. 

7305.+ John A.^- Osborn, b. June 29, ]S47; m. Ella Perry. 

7306.+Eugene E. Osborne, b. May 1, 1S54; m. Ada Gil)bs. 

7307. Ida M. Osborn, b. Nov. 17, 1S55, Norwalk, Ct.; d. Feb. 6, 1S57. 

3390. ^V]LLIA:\r EDGAR- DT'NCO:\rB>E (same descent as 
33Sd) b. Nov. 2.",, 1830, Redding, Ct. ; d. Feb. 12. l!)()7. Redding. Ct. : 
m. (1) Nov. 24. 18n2, Sarah Fairchild, b. Apr. 4. 182S. Redding, 
Ct. ; d. ^n.y 7, 1857, Redding Centre. Ct. ; ni. (2) Xcv. 9. 1838, 
Sarah, dan. of Jariies and Eliza (French) San ford, I>. •hine 7, 1*^33, 
Redding, Ct. 

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62C THE TIlO^fAS SANJ'OliD I'AMILY 

He had two cliildren by first and one hy second man-iago, all 
born in Iic-ddiug Centre, Ct. 

730S.-f David Sanford'.' Duiuoinlic, b. Dec. l.j, 185-1; d. Sofl.. 20, 1892; in. 

Ijydin. L(icl:v.ood. 
730n.4Cieoiye F. Duiicoinbc, b. Apr. 1, 1S57; m. Lucy Boerp. 
7310. Emma E. Duiicoaibe, b. June 1, 1SG4; in. Nov. 11, 1S95, in Redding, 

Ct., Gcrge E. Eecrs, b. Xov. 10, 1861, Easton, Ct. ^'o ebildrou. 

3396. CHARLES W.« DAYTON {Sarah 1409, John ni3, 
John 201, Ephralm 63, Ezckid 9, Ezelncl 2, Thomas 1) b. Ano'. 8, 
1835; d. Apr. 20, 1897, .Alt. Vernon, N. Y.; ni. July 24, 1S5S, in 
Carnicl, X. Y., Elizabeth Archer. 

They had seven children. 

7311. -I- Joseph IT.o Dayton, b. Sept. 26, 18G0; m. A.bbio Lent. 
v312.-[-Charles 11. Dayton, b. Jan. 2, 1863; d. May 5, 1897; m. Ella Clarkson. 

7313. + ]'\annie Dayton, b. May 24, 1860; m. Freeniaji Sprague. 

7314. David J. Daj-ton, b. Jan. 25, 1873, Brewster, N. Y. 
7315.-1- Jennie G. Dayton, b. July 29, 1875; ni. Jlobert MacKenzie. 

7316. Lydja L. Dayton, d. in infancy. 

7317. Carrie I'ayton, d. in infancy. 

3401. ED^\1RD JACKSOX^ SAXFORD {John 1410, John 
61 S, Jo!rn 301, Ephraim 63, EzcMel 9, EzcJHcl 2, Thomas 1) b. Xov. 
23, 1831, Reddinfj Kidge, Ct. ; d. Oct. 27, 1902, Knoxville, Tenn.; 
m. Ang. 21, 1860, in Knoxville, Tenn., Ejnuia Chavannes, b. ]\rar. 
20, 1841, Vevey, S\vit/:erland : d. Oct. 1, 1895, Battk- Creeh, i\nc]i. 

Edward J. Sanford went to Tennessee before the war, and 
being a Xortlieriier, was banisliod by the Confederates. He re- 
mained away until the return of Gen. IBurnside, when he was one 
of a small nni'iber of volunteers who defended Fort Saunders at 
the seige of Knoxville. In 1864 he established a wholesale drug 
house, now known as San ford, Chamberlain Sc Albert. Tie hekl 
many i»u1i!if offices and was one of the most infhiential citi/.ens of 
KTioxville, lenilinir his counsel, caintal, and energy to every ont«-r- 
prise for the employtnent of cai)ital and labor. He was. at the time 
of bis death in 1902. Tresidotit of tb.^ Tennessee v5c Ohio, and Knox- 
ville & Ohio TJailroad Comj)anics. He was at one time the Kepub- 
lican nominee for Covei-jioi- of Ihe State. Xo one in the Sfiuford 
family more earnestly A\-isluHl or souglit iv ]la^■e a Sanford d'ne- 
alogy compiled than he. 

They had six children, all born in Knoxville Tenn. 




KI>WAKt; JACKSON SAXIX)}; 
No. 3101 



NINTH OENEEATION ' C27 



7318.-t-Edwara T.0, b, July 23, 1SG5; m. Lutio Vv^codruff. 

7319. Emma, b. Feb. 38, ISQO; m. Edward J. Sanford {Sre 73tJG). Ilea. 
Icrouto, Can. 

7:520. Alfred F.f, b. Fob. 21, LS75; in. Nov. 5, ]f!ur>, Eleanor E. Spencer. 

Mr. Sanford has been for the pa.st uiiic years President and Ma^ua^^er 
of (he Jounml and Tribune Publishing Co., of Knoxville, Tcnn, 
The Company publishes the Daily Journal and Tribune. Pes. Knox- 
Yille, Tenu. 

7321. ITary. b. Od. 27, 1877. Pes. Knoxvibc, Ttun. 

7322.+Huo;h \V., h. Apr. 22, ISSO; m. Margaret "Woodrutf. 

7323. LoniS:e, b. Apr. 29, 1SS2. Pes. Knoxville, Tenn. 

3403. ELIZA* SANPOPD (7^/i 14 IJ, John 613, John 201, 
Ephrnim OS, Ezchiel 9, Ezcldel 2, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 7, 1S2S, X. Y. 
C. ; d. Aug. ] 1, 18S6, Clifton Springs, N. Y. ; m. (1) July S, 18-16, in 
N. Y. C, Eliiali P. FaDViei-, b. Jnly 5. 1S12, Bolton, Mass.: d. May 
12, 1857, Ellinotnn, Ct. ; ui. (2) July 23, 1861, in Buffalo, N. y"^, 
Dr. James T. Alloy, b. :\Iar. 20, 183], La Grange, N. Y., d. Sept. 17, 
1878, St. Paul, .Alimi. 

She Lad one child by fir:it and one by second marriage. 

7324. Hannah E.s Farmer, b. Aug. 8, 1S49, N. Y. City; d. Sept. 17, 1852, 

Ellington, Ct. 
732o. Williatn Sanford Alley, h. Apr. 19, 1863, Pome, Italy; m. Fel). G, 1SR9, 
in Syracuse, N. Y., Julia E. Chamberlain, b. Mar. 29, 1SG3, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

340G. HON. AVTLLIAM E.'* SAXFOT^D {>^awc descent as 
3W3) b. Sept. 16, 1S38, X. Y. C. ; d. July 10, 1889, Lake IJosseau 
]Mufikoha; m. (1) A])r. 25, 385G, Emmelinc Sanford, dau. of Ed- 
ward Jackson, li. Ang. 2J, 1838, Hamilton, Can.; d. , 1858, 

IlaDnllon C:iu.; m. (2) 1886 in Ottaw;), C^m., Hariiet Soiihia, dau. 
of Thomas Ya.nx, b. in ^foirtreal, Cvm. 

On the (lea Hi of \\h father in 1845 AVilliam Sanford, then seven 
years ohl, weut 1o li\'.- with hi-, nuele, E(L.\atd Jacl'son of ILiuiilton. 
Ont. Mr. Jackson v\.is a prouiinent citi/en of IL-niiilton. daekson 
street being nained a^er him. Here AVilliam received ;i lih'u-al 
education. At tlic age of sixteen lie beeam*' clerk in a book and 
publishino; house in X. \. C. On rcacbing twcjity-onc xcirs be 
was asked to beeouie a partner but chxdiued. A rival fuan ofTei-ed 
him a salary of .V'30(')0, wbieli he refn^ixl. saying he ^vonld be a 
clei-k no linger, lie T-i'1ui-ncd to Hamilton and soon ere^;o.-,>d in 
the foundry Inusiness ad London, Out., cordinnine- for i-ighteen 
months, when lie cbised out and returntnl to llandltoji. In L^o2. 
he went into tii,' wo..! business so cxtiusivdv tiiat h(> wa^ called 



62S TTIK TIIO:<rAS SANFORD FAMHA' 



''the Wool King of Canada." A little later the clothing firm of 
Sanford, i\lclnuis & Co. began husincs.s and eontiuued snceessfully 
for ten years when .Mr. ]\lclunis retired. I\Ir. Sanford enatimied 
the business \\itli liis clerks as liartners to 1887, -when tji(> \V. 11. 
Sanfoj'd Co., lAd., was formed. Tliis firm did an iinmense busi- 
ness, ntilixinj'; n^'arly a million of capital and employiny t^^■u tlious- 
and people, having bran(di houses in AViunipeg, Toronto, and 
Victor, P.. C. 

In politics he joined Die lieform ])arty and ^\•ils President of 
the Reform Association of Hamilton. ]Te was in favor of a tarilf 
to protect niajiufacturers and opposed the iMaclvcnzie Administra- 
tion, lie did w]\at lie could to elect Sir. Jolm A. ]\lacDonald in 
1878 and stood by him. In 1886 he organized the Manufacturers' 
Association and was for many years its President. In 1887 Jie was 
duly called to the Senate for life. 

His residence, "Wesanford", Hamiltou, is one of the finest in 
the country. He was a very social and courteous gentleman and en- 
tertained, witli Ids charnnng wli'e, right royally. He and his wife 
built "Klsinore"' a beautiful structure on Burliiigton Beach, as 
a convalescent house for tlie pooi- of Hamilton. 

He had four children by second marriage. 

7326.-f-Edv,aTd .laoksono, b. Juno 24, 1867; d. Mar. 33, 1897; m. Emmii 

Sanford. 
7327. ITrriry V., b. ^lay, ISGO ; d. — — , 1S72, iraiuiitou, Cau. 
732S.-i-Edna Blancho, h. Dec. 30, LS74; in. Lieut. Col. E. T. Tudor. 
732P.-!-Enniia Muriel, b. >tay 20, 1875; m. Gordon Eeuderson. 

340S. HON. HEXRY SHELTOX-^ STANFORD {XiJumiah. 
1113, Slcphcn 6PJ, John 201, Eplirahn 63, Ezckiel 9, EzdnrJ 2. 
Thomas 7) b. June 15, 1823, AYoodbury, Ct. : d. IMay 21, 1891. Heal- 
ing Springs. A"a. ; m. Sept. 21, ISH-l, in Paris. France, Gertrude Iv. 
dan. of John and iMary R. (Hasldns) dnPuy, b. June 27, 18^1, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa.; d. June 1, 1002, Derby, Ct. 

Hon. H. S. Sanford held many high offices in diplomatic circles, 
l)cginning his career as attache at St. Petersburg in 1847 under 
Hon. Ralph I. Ingersoll. In 1848 he was acting secretary of Lega- 
tion at Frankfort, and in 1840, Secretary of Legation at Paris, 
under Ihm. "William C. Reeves, ;nid on his departuiv in 1853, 
Charge d 'Affaires for neaidy a year. 

He n.iade several visits to Central and South America. In 
1S50 be \\as sent hv the President to New (ii-enada to negotiate for 



NINTH GENKKATION 029 



the cxtensio7i of tlie PaiuHiia Railroad Charter. Lincoln, soon after 
his iiiang-iiration, appointed liiiu ^Minister to Belgium, where lie 
spent eiglit and a half yeni's and ^vl\r, entrnsted with delicate and 
confideJitinl Inisiness. jMi-. Sev.'ard, wlio was Secretary of State 
under President Lincoln, said of 'Mr. Sanforcl that he was, during 
the first 3'ear of the v.-jir, the ]Miuister of the U. S. in Euro])e. 

After his return he undertook interests in the South and 
in Florida, estahlishing Sauford, a large Swedish Colony. 

Gen. Sauford, as V. S. Plenipotentiary, was influential at the 
Peril)! Conference in securing the Act wliich gave freedom of access 
to our counncree and sliips iu the Congo region ; respect for our 
missionaries; free trade and the al)olitiou of the slave trade. In 
18S6 he organized and despatched fi'oni Brussels the "Sanford 
E.xploring Expeditio]i'' to the Congo, comprising the first commer- 
cial steamers floated on the Upper Congo. It was in hh efforts to 
develop this country that lie contracted the disease ^vhich brought 
about his death. 

He is the oidy Aiuerican w.ho has passed through all ilie 
country's grades of dijdomatic service from attache to ^Minister 
Plenipotentiary. 

>\)r. Sauford was a close friend of King Leopold and associated 
M'ith him in the founding of the Congo Free State in Africa, a.s is 
shown by the following letter of King Leopold : 

]3russels, 12 April. 1881. 
Dp;ar ]Mr. Sanford : 

A'our telegram gave me very groat pleasure and I cannot suf- 
ficiently thank you for the trouble you have taken to secure a so 
satisfr^toiy result. It is vrorthy of America to recognize a flag 
raised to assure the freedoni of one of the I'ichest valleys in the 
world. I pray you to receive the cxpiession of my lively gratitude 
for the signal ser\ice ^vhich }'ou have reiulered to our cause. 

You have aduiirably carried on this affair to its haven (meiu' 
cettc aiTain-e au port) with a talent a>iid an activity ^vhicb, has 
deserved its success. Founder with us of the African -A^^sociation 
you have also made yourself one of the Founders of the Independent 
State of the Cfuigo and iiisci-ibed your mime at the head oi' its In'ue- 
factors. From my heart I exju'css to >'or. my profiJund ei-atitude. 

It is with the riiost sinctu'C friendsliip thai 1 cab myself, dear 
]\Tr. Sanford, 

Yours very a fl'eet innately, 

lilXH'OLD. 

They had seven childroi, all born in Brussels, Belgium. 



(530 THE TllOMA.S SANFOl^D r'AMTI.Y 



7330. IJcnry ShcHon'\ b. July 17, 18G5, U. S. Lofration; d. Oct. 1, ]SC)1, 

N. y. City. 

7331. Gertrude Klleu du Pay, b. Nov. IG, ISGO; d. Apr. 2S, 1S93, X. Y. City. 

7332. Frida Doluies, b. Fol). 28, 1871. 

7333. ]':!i.o], b. Sept. 2, 1S73; lu. John Simford. (See 7311.) 

7331. jlelciie Carola Nauey, b. .Apr. 10, 1S7G; in. Jan. U, 190r., Abl.ott Low, 
SOD of George aud Anna Dow, b. Feb. 10, 18t.3, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Ees. Wakefield. N. II. 

7335. Leopold Curtis, b. July 27, 18S0; d. Doc. 1, 1SS5, Chateau de Ciiigelona, 
Bolgluin. 

733G. Enielinc Y^illinnne Gladys Mc-Kiiuion, b. Nov. 27, 1SS2. 

3409. STEPHEN S.^^ MOREHOUSE {Flwchc 1415, 
Stephen 6U, John 201, Ephralm 63, Ezcldcl 9, Ezel;iel 2, llwrnas 
1) b. Jan. 25. 1825, Washington, Ct. ; m. ]\lar. 27, ISoO, in Roxbury, 
Ct., Maria B. Patterson, b. Jnno, IS, 1828, Roxbury, Ct. ; d. ^lay 7, 
1882, ^Vasb.ington, Ct. 

Tlicy liad one child. 

7337. Amy A.o ^forehousc, b. Got. 22, 18.33, Washiiiytou, Ct.; d. Aug. 31, 

1873, Washington, Ct. 

3410. HON. HENRY H.-^ :\IOREHOCSE [same descent as 
S'l09) b. .lune 7, 1829, AYashington, Ct. : m. [May 20, 1851, in AYasli- 
ington, Ct., T\iii]ona TnI. Titus, b. Aug. 7, 1831; d. Apr. 27, 1894, 
Washington, Ct. 

They liad two ehihlren, born in AVashiTigton, Ct. 

7338. Frances F.r- Morehouse, b. IMar. 10, 18.^2; d. Nov. 13, 18G9. 

7330. + ileiiry S. Moreiiousc, b. Nov. 14, 1S5G; d. Nov. 5, 1SS2; ni. Carrie 
"Warner. 

3411. SARAH CAROLINE^ SANFORD {John 1116, 
Stephen 611, John 201, Ephremn 63, Ezeliel 9, Ezeldel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. ]\]ar. 27. 1821, xVrn.slerdani, N. Y. : d. Ishw. 27, 1871, Amsterdam, 
N. Y. ; m. Nov. 19, 1845, Jolm, son of Daniel and Catherine (.Meln- 
tos.li) Stewart. 

They laid one eliihl. 

73}0. + Nelsou Sanfurd^' Stewart, b. :^rar. 1-1, IS.")]; ui. (1) Anna Oderkirk; m. 
(2) Agnes Niveu. 

3412. HON. STEI'HEN" SANFORD {same descent as Sill) 
b. ^lay 2*"., L82n. :\layfiehl, N. Y. ; ni. Dec. 12. 1849, Sarah Jan.\ yV.n\. 
of Alexander CitVord and Sarah (Phillips) Cochran, b. :\bir. 4, 
1830 N. Y. C. : d. :\Iar. 22, 1901, Aiken, S. C. 




/7^^^I^<«»*» 



i^^hm^\JMp'jr^-^ 



XIXTJ] GEXKKATIOK 



After speuding the customary period in the district schools, 
;Mr. Saiiford. entered the Academy in .Amslc-rd;;.)!!. X. Y., spent two 
years at tlie College in Georgetown, D. C, and ^ubsequentl}' eiitei-ed 
the jSIational Military Academy at AY est Point, a ?:chool noted for its 
systematic study and discipline. Before the coiupletion of his 
course he ^\■as recuJled from the Academy by his father to assist 
him in the business. This was early in the year 1S44. He began 
as an e7nj)Ioye, determined to learii tlie business in all its parts 
from the raw material to the finished ])roduct. This required some 
four years. 

In the beginning of 1848 his father took him into partnersliip. 
In 1849 the copartnership met with a sei-ious loss in tlie ahnost total 
destruction of its worlcs by fire, and soon thereafter the firm v.-as 
dissolved, the seuior Sanford retiring from tlie business. Tlie 
wovlvS at tliis time coisisted of littU' else than the ruins of a burned 
plant. The son, Imwever, having a practical knowledge of the 
manufacture and great confidence in Jiis ability to build up a large 
busi?^ess, at once set to work to rebuild the industry. His first 
mill was of stone and is still standing. Its walls are covered with 
clinging vines and creeping foliage, but Islv. Sanford will not alter 
or enlarge it, or do anything to mar the beauty of its antique archi- 
tectural design. 

At first the business was of small proportions, but so .judi- 
ciously liandled tliat it has continued to ju'osper from that time to 
the p]'esfnt, though there have been several hard and depres-sing 
periods. It was not long before tlie de)ju)nds of bu!^;iness required 
other buildings, which have been added from time to time, until 
they now cover several acres, employing some thi-ce tliousand peojile 
and turning out an annmd product of nearly five millions of dol- 
lars, with a payroll of twenty -five thousand dollai's weekly — con- 
siderably over a million dollars annually in wages to the i)oople of 
his city. This vast industry has been the work of his own busiue^^s 
judgment and genius. In some sixty years, by great industry, per- 
severance and integrity and indomitable will ht^ has built up om^ of 
the lai-gest ea)-pet industries in this eounti-y. 'i'o it, during all tlieso 
years, he has given ]n'aeticany all his tinu\ thought aivl energy. 
Even at this tinie. 1007, when past the age of eight>'-one. he sits in 
his office, tbe master spirit of the worlcs iiud the business. 

Since the orgaiiizatiou of tlie lJ<'pul)liean j/arty in lSr>f). Vv. 
Sanford has given his support and fe;ilty to that party. Ilowevor, 
he has never sought i>osition or ofilce. but has. on si'veral oci'.asions. 



632 TIJi: 'JIKi.MAy SANFOF-nj rA,M!].Y 



been called on to take compliments from Iiis people. In LSG8 he 
Avas nominated for Conji'i'ess and duly elected. He .so'ved one 
term with the same mitirjng zeal tliat lie has ever shown as a busi- 
ness man. JJis party sought urgently for ])is consent to a renomi- 
nation but his business interests compelled him to decline. ]Ie was 
a member of the Electoral College that gave the Stat? to General 
Grant for President, and Delegate to the Republican National Con- 
vention in 1876. 

AVith all thp multiplied cares due to his ovrn large industry he 
has held various other business po.sitions. He was for many yvars 
a director of the Farmers' Bank of Amsterdam. He wa.s the 
founder of the Amsterdam Reservoir Com|>any, constructor of tlic 
reservoir at Galway, covering more tlian 100 acres, the purpose of 
which is to furnish water to the mills of Amsterdam; and has re- 
tained the Presidency of this Company from its origin m 1875 to 
the prespTit time. This reservoir lias pi-oved of great advantage to 
the industrial interests of Amsterdam. He is also president of the 
Chuctanunda Gas Light Company and the Green Hill Cemetery 
Association, and Founder and President of the Amsterdam CitV 
Bank. 

Some years ago he ])nrchased farms near the cily on which to 
raise horses, sending to Europe for mares of the best blood and a 
number of stallions. This has tended to imi)rove the breed of 
horses in his o'a-u and sui-rounding counties, proving of great benefit 
to the farmei's. 

Aside from the great mills, he has built many other Imildings 
which are an oruamont to the city, among the most prominent what 
is known fis the Sanfovd Homestead block. Soon after the death of 
his wifp he purchased a centrally located site in Amsterdam for the 
Home for Elderly Women, and erected a fine building thereon, spec- 
ially .suited to their needs. This property he ])resonied to that So- 
ciety in memory of his wife. A little furthei- along on the same 
street is located a Children's Home, wliose principal buildings he 
paid for, some years before the erection of the Home for Elderly 
Women, and to whose financial aid he has largely conti-ibuti'd. The 
Amsterdam Hospital, one of the finest public buildings in Amster- 
dam, Ava.s erected and freed from debt, largely by his liberality. 

He lias been, all through liis long life, and still i'^, a most char- 
itable man. freely giving and assisting in the erection of churche.^ 
and charitable institutions, besides aiding the v/orthy poor. This 
explains the high estimation in which lie is ht^ld, not onlv bv the 



NINTH GEXKRATJOX 633 



people of Amsterdam, but Ly tliosc all over the country with whom 
he haK luul liusiuess relations. As expressive of tliis regard, under 
the auspices of the Board of Trade of Amsterdam he was tendered a 
reception on the cwnpletJon of his fifty years of carpet manuf.-ictur- 
ing, and again on the 80th anniversary of his birth, ^Uiy 26, 1906. 
On these occasions there was a large attendance of projuincnt 
business and professional men, not only from tl.e country round- 
about but from distant points, Speeclies of a higiily compliment- 
ary character were made, and great good feeling manilVsted by one 
and all for the "grand old man" in whose honor they had as- 
sembled. On the latter occasion resolutions of the Board of Trade, 
beautifully engrossed in coloi-s on parchment and exjircssive of the 
high esteem in ^diich he is held as a citizen, neiglibor and business 
man, were presented to him. Newspaper records of these ban- 
quets a.re before me (author) a^id from them this sketch is largely 
dra^■^■n. Such business sagacity, perseverance, strength of purpose, 
^drility and continued life of business activity, are allotted to few. 
Possessing these great qualities it is pleasant to note what his life 
shows, that he holds them and the wealth which tliey have bi'ought 
him, as a ste^\■ard. 

They had five children, all born in Amsterdam, N. Y. 

TS-H.+'Tolin^. b. .Tan. LS, 1S51; m. EtLel Snnford. 

7342. William Cochrnii, b. July 14, 1^54; rl. Mar. 17, 1S9G, Amsterdam, X'. Y. 

73-13. ITcnry Curtis, b. July 30, 1S59; d. Aj^r. 19, 187-1, Ams^terdam, X\ Y. 

7344. Charles Francis, b. Sept. 21, 18fi4 ; d. July 10, 15582, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

7345. Stephen, Jr., b. Oct. 9, ISGS; d. Feb. 20, ISTO, Amsterdam, X". Y. 

3414. DAYJD'^ SANFORD (same drsccuf a^ 3111) b. May 
4, 1S30. (ilen. N. Y. ; d. Aug. 11, 1SS5, xVmsterdam, N. Y. ; m. Xov. 
3, 1851. Carrie E.. dau. of Elijah C. and Polly (Eldridge) Pearl, 
b. Nov. 15, 1831, Salem, N. Y. ; d. Jrdy 8, 1889, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Tliey had two children, boim in Amsterdam, N. Y. 

7346. Frau!;!-', b. Sept. 2, 1854; d. Aj.r. 17, 1889, San Kafael, Cal. 
7347.-fMary Al.dab, b. Dee. 7, 185.-; m. Tlieron Akiu. 

3415. A.I/EDAII^ SAXEORl) (sv/mc descent as Sill) b. 
]\rar. 8, 183.3, r;]cn. N. Y. ; m. Dec. 29. 1856, James E., son of 
Jeremiah and Sarah (P.arilett) AVarring. 

They had two children, born in A7nsterdam, N. Y. 

734S. Chajles l.reiiiy'^ Warring, b. :Mar. 15. 18G0; ni. .luiie 20, 1900, in 

Ballstoii S;,n., X. Y., IT.^len Hate Vassar. 
7349. Mary Sanford Warring', b. Jan. 27, 18Gi. 



C'-^ THE THOMAS SAXFOKD IWM ILY 



3416. HAiaUETTE^ SANFOJvD {same descent as 34U) b 
Jmie 28, 3836, Amsterdam, N. Y. ; m. July 15, 1856, Henry, son 
of DavKl F. snd .Alatilda (Maredlus) Sacia, b. June 10 3833 
Can^juliarie, X. Y. ; d. l\,xy 24, 1869. Amstci'd;^m, N. Y. ' 

T]iey ]iad two children. 

7350.-|.Caroline .Sanfordo Sacia, b. Jnn. 6, ]SnS; m. Jr.ines Gnrdin-r 
73c.l.+Anmi tfanford Sacia, b. July SO, 1861; d. Jau. 11, 1S90; ra. Clarence 
Yoimg. 

3419. XATIIAX ^YAIT^ SAXFORD {SUphe^i UJS, Slcphm 
614, John 201, EpJrrom G.% EzeJnd D, Ezcldd 2, Thomas 1) h 
Dec. 27^ 1829, Koxlmry, Ct. : d. Get. 24, 185C, Koxbnrv, Ct. ; m 
(1) Aug. 39, 1851, Julia F. Burritt, b. July 21, 3832, Roxburv' 
Ct.: d. Aug. 17, 1853, Woodbury, Ct. ; ni. (2) Feb. 20^1855,' 
Amelia E. Kobert.s, b. June 4, 1836, Vroodliury, Ct. 

He liad one child by fir.st marriage. 

7352. Fairland E.f>, b. Apr. 21, 1S52, Ecxbury, Ct.; in. Nov. 24, 1S97, in Xevv 
liritain. Ct., Mary Eoohin. No children. Ecs. Bridgeport,' Ct. 

3420. SAllAII JAXE^ SAXFOED {same descent as sm) 
h. Mar. 7, 1832, "Roxbury, Ct. : d. May 9, 1894; m. Apr. 23, 1857 
in Roxbury. Ct., Sainuel S. I'tter, b. June 4, 3829; d. :\[ay 19, 3 89f3' 
Brooklyii, X. 3'. ' ' > 

They had one child. 
735.'^. + Joh!! L.o Utter, b. Jime 21. 1852; in. Sophia Claffy. 

3421. AYATSOX CURTIS^ SAXFORD {same drservi a^ 
3419) b. Aug. 24, 3831; d. Mar. 2, 3878, Roxbury, Ct. ; m. Mar. 9, 
1858, Jennie Rummers, b. Sept. 3, 3837, AYoodbury, Ct. 

They had two children. 

735-l.-hLillian A.9, b. An- S, 1860; m. .Julius Allen. 

7355. Sfej.hen. b. Jan. 22, 1SG5, Hoxbury, Ct.; d. :\Iar. IS. 1SS7, Ku.sel]. ICau. 

3423. CHARLES^ SAXFORD {same descent as 3419) b 
Mar. 10, 1811. Roxbrn-y, Ct. ; m. (1) June 2. 38(k^. Sarah Amelia 
Bradley, b. Oct. --, 3842, Roxbury. Ct. ; d. At.-, n. iS77. Rovburv. 
Ct.; m. (2^ .Jan. 27, 1880, Julia A. Treat, b. Oct. 30 3851 Ri-id-v- 
\va1er, Ct. 

lie had tw,. ebil.li-en l<y first man-iage, bom in Roxbury. C{. 
73oG.4-Edell.ert Liucoluo, b. ^\uy 22. ]8nJ: rn. !\I.-,rv Eiitler 
7357.4-A:,drou- Weli^r. b. Feb. 23. ]s6G; d. Dec. 2, in05; in. Elizabeth Eooth. 



NINTH GEN"ERATION 635 



3425. ELIZABETH'* SANFOllD {same descent as 3419) 
b. Oct. 20, 181S, IJoxbnry, Ct. ; d. Oct. 12, 1878, AVoodbury, Ct. ; 
m. i\ray 8, 18/-2, in Roxbiiry, Ct., Edward J. Curtis, b. Jan. 24: 
1845, AVoodbiny, Ct. 

Tliey ]i;k1 one c-bild. 

7r..^S. Sara M.p Curtis, 1.. JIar. ]2, 1S74, Woodbury, Ct.; m. Stepliou Crane. 
Ees. Waturburj, Ct. 

3427. HEXP.Y B.^^ FANTOX {Hehccca 1124, Jh.Jdnh Gi:., 
John 201, Epliraim 63, Ezal-iel 9, Ezcliiel ;?, Thomas 1) b. Apr! 
8, KS22, Redding, Ct. ; d. May 29, 1897, Kutb.^rford, N. J.; m. Sept. 
20, 1813, Eliza Ann Chapiunn, b. :\rar. 11, 1825, Redding, Ct. 

They bad three children, all liorn in Redding, Ct. 

73.59. + ]:;nma Eliza^ Fanton, b. Oct. o, ISIS; d. Apr. ]3, ]8S2; m. ILniford 

Fairchild. 
73C0. Ann A. Faiiton, b. Augf. 22, ISf.O; m. Dec. 29, 1890, in Brooklyn, X. Y., 

Louis IT. Meyers. No children. 
7361. + Henry B. Fanton, Jr., b. July IS, 3 852; m. Erania Woodruff. 

3430. EPIIRAEAI L.ACY« SANFORD (Ephraim li^n, Eph- 
rawi 616, John 201, Ephrairn 63, Ezchicl 9, Ezchiel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. July n, 1824, Xewtown, Ct. ; d. i\rar. 26, 1895, Easton, Ct. ; m. 
(1) Sept. 22, 1851, Anna R. ^lallette, b. Xov. 11, 1829, Taslma, Ct. ; 
d. Mar. 8, 1861 ; m. (2) Oct. 16, 1863, Sarah A. Wvatt, b. Sej>t. 9' 
1833. 

He had two children by fir.st 7aarriage, born in Trumbidl, Ct. 

7362.-f-Barah J.s, b. Sq>t. 2, 1S53 ; m. James Tyler. 

73C3. + Yulu E., b. Dec. 30, 1855; d. itar. IG, 1S91 ; m. Charles Osborne. 



3431. SARA AXX** SAXFORD {same descent as 3430) b. 
Sept. 7, 1826, Easton, Ct. ; m. Oct. 15, 1854, Horace Gilbert, b. June 
8, 1812, Xewtown, Ct. 

They had tlirtM' childi'eu, all born in Xewtuwn, Ct. 

7304. Sar.nh Florine^' Gilbert, b. Apr. ]?, 1S50; unin. 

7365. Ida May Cill.ert, b. Nov. 10, 1S5S; unni. 

7366. Fanny Adella Oilborl, b. Mar. 13, 1S61; unm. 



C36 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAI^[1LY 



3432. ALOSTA ELLEN*^ SANFOKD {same descent as 3430) 
b. July n, 1830. Eiiston, Ct. ; d. Mar. 4, 1878, Eanbnrv, Ct. ; m. 
Oct. 30. 1853, in Newtowi], Ct., Charles Robertson, b. Sept. 23, 
J 832, "Wesfou, Ct. 

They lincl two children. 

7307.+Cliarlos S.o Koberfson, b. Oct. IG, 18.54; m. Augusfa Edwards. 
736S.-f- George H. Koliertson, b. Aug. 8, 1SG4; m. Harriet Keys. 

3433. PAULINA REBECCA^ SANFOl^'D {same, descent 
as 3130) b. Nov. 5, 1833, Easton, Ct. ; d. May 10, 1887, Trumbull, 
Ct. ; m. Feb. 10, 1865, William A. Burr. 

They had one child. 

7369.4-Gcoro-c E.f Burr, b. July 2S, 3SG6; ui. Wiiiifred Kinkey. 

3434. FANNIE ELIZABETH^ SANFORD {same descent 
as 3430) b. Mar. 7, 1836, Easton, Ct. ; in. Jan. 2, 1860, George 
Abel 2Nlallettc, b. Mar. 20, 1834, Trumbull, Ct. ; d. Apr. 22, 1891, 
Bridgeport, Ct. 

They had three children. 

7370.-f-living Saiiford« Malletle, b. Apr. 2, 1SG2; n. Otalge Friekc. 

7371. Georgic Mny Manettc, b. Ivtay 13, 1S74, West Stratford, Ct.; unm. 

Kos. Bridgeport, Ct. 

7372. Fanny Edith Mallctte, b. Oct. 23, 1876; d. Dec. 27, 1876. 

3441. CLARISSA J.« SANPORD {Jarvis 1428, J^phraini 016, 
John 201, Ephraim 63, Ezelicl 9, Ezeldel 2, Thomas 1) b. June 1, 
1836; d. Aug., 1887; m. Colgrove. 

They had one child. 

7373. Bhilo S.^ Colgrove. 

3442. ANNA E.^ SANFORD {same descent as 3441) b. 
IMay 10, 1838: d. :\lar. 1, 1873; m. — AYileox. 

Tliey hod one child. 

7374. Clara A.^' Wilcox. 

3443. PIOLO N.^ SANFORD {same descent as 3141) b. July 
6, 1840; m. 1861, Sophia C. Ketchum. 

Tliey had four children. 

7375. Kolberts, b. ^^iar. 31. 186G ; d. Dec. 12, 1891. 
737C. Merton J., b. :Mar. 23, ISCU. 

7377. Jennie, b. Oct. 17, 1871. 

7378. Nora, b. Dec. 2, 1S73. 



NINTH GENERATION 637 



344-5. SAKAH li.^ OVIATT {Alosia U29, Evliraim 616, 
John 201, E-p.hraim- 63, Fzchiel 9, EzeUel 2, Thorvas 1) h. Nov. 
28, 1822, Goshen, Ct. ; d. Aug. 9, 1849, Gcsheii, Ct.; m. Sept. 25, 
1839, Janip.s Wadiiauis, b. Fel). 4, 1815, OoslieD, Ct. ; d. Sc})t. — , 
1883. 

They hfid four children. 

7379. Uii. M.9 AVadhams, b. .luly 26, 1S40, Goshou, Ct.; kille.1 Sept. 25, 1863, 

Ya. He -was in the 2nd Conn. Heavv Artillery. 
73S0.-f Frederick L. Wadhams, h. Dec. A, 18-12; m. Sarah Goodwlu. 

7351. + Ahiier H. \Ya(]hunis, b. May 29, ISJ-i; in. Ilnttie Thomson. 

7352. .James S. Wadhams, b. Oet. 3 0, 1S4S; d. Sept. 1S70. 

3447. SA:V]UEL V.^ OVIATT {same descent as 3145) b. 
Jnly 14, 1831, Oo.shen, Ct. ; d. June 5, 1895; m. Oct. 13, 1858, ^^lary 
J. Crandall. 

They liad one cliild. 

7353. Samuelo Qviatt, b. July P, ]J^79. 

3443. PIEXPtY SANFORDs JARVIS {Marietta 1430, Eph- 
raim 622, Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, EzeUel 9, Ezcldel 2, Tlwinas 1) 
b. Aug. 8, ISIS, Reddhig, Ct. ; d. May 17, 1894; ra. Dec. 2, 1849, 
Rachel Peter.s at Deposit, X. Y. 

In Christ Church of Biughamton, N. Y., there are beautiful 
chimes to cornrneniorate the family of Henry Sanford Jarvis. 

They had three children. 

7354. Harryo Jarvis, b. Nov. 14, 1853, Hinghamton N. Y. ; d. ■May 10, 1SS4, 

Bingliamton, N. Y. 
73S5.+C) arks ]\raples Jarvis, b. Ai>t. 1G, 1856; m. ]\rary Beau. 
73SG. Hrederick Sanford Jarvis, b. Nov. C, 1S60, Biughamton, N. Y.; d. Apr. 

1, 1SS5, Einghamton, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 17, 1883, Jeanotta Briggs 

Bartlett, d. Mar. 25, 1885, Biughanitou, N. Y. 

3449. ^lARIETTA BRADLEY"^ JARVIS {same descent as 
3448) h. July 1, 1S20, Amenia, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 2. 1894. buried in 
Binghamton, X. Y. : m. Ang. 20, 1839, William iNFalher Ely, b. July 
26, 1818: d. Feb. 7, 1872. I^lrs. Ely gave the plot for Inroad 
Avenue l^resbytorian Church, Binghamton, N. Y. 

They had five children. 

73S7. Henry Oliver^ Ely, b. Nov. 13, 1841; m. Nov. 10, 1870, Kate :Moss 
White. Kes. Binghamton, N. Y. 
Dr. Ely ^^a.s graduated from William.'; College and P. & S. in New 
York Citv. He afterwards tool: a degree at O.xford University. 



638 TTTE THOMAS SANFCmD FAMILY 



73S8. William Sylvester Ely, h. Nov. 12, ]S-15; d. J.Iar. 21, 1S47. 

7 3S1>. + Louise- Crisuoia Lly, b. .Lmo 10, ISr.O; m. (1) Robert Iluganjau; r.i. 

(2) Charles Soarj:>. 
73P0.-I- Marietta Platl Ely, b. July 1, 1857; m. V.-ilbam TTill. 
739l.4-Gforgc ilatlier Ely, b. ^Slar. 4, IS()0; m. Ella Joimiugs. 

3451. SAPvAII ^lAlilA'^ JARVIS {same chscait as 3448) 
b. Apr. 7, 1S2G; d. Sept. 26, 1900; m. -Miir. 17, 1852, Solomon 
Flagler Cnry. Resided in Bingbamton, N. Y. Tbere is a bandsome 
memorial vsindow to ISlv. and ]\Irs. Caiy in Cbrist Cliureb, Bing- 
bamton, N. Y. 

Tbey liad Ibree cbildreu. 

7392. William Ely^ Gary, b. Dec. 15, 1852; m. Nov. IE lSii7, Louise Eaton. 

Ii.^s. Binglianiton, X. Y. 

7393. Marietta Jarvis Gary, b. Apr. 7, 1855; m. Mar. 10, 1896, Frederick 

Hyde Foote, b. Oct. 7, 1S57. Xo cliiluren. Res. Bir.ghamtou, X. Y. 

7394. Saraii Flagler Oary, b. Xov. 3, 18GG; m. Jan. 17, 1907, Charles Lyou 

Corbin, L.L.D. Ees., Metuchen, X. J. 

3452. ELIZA AXN^ JARVIS (same desccnl a.^ 34'JS) b. 
Apr. 22, 182S; d. :\rar. 29,1886; m. Feb. 5. 1S5G, Josepb Bordon, 
son of Com. ^McKoan, U. S. N., b. Ang. 11, 1827: d. Oct. 8, 1871. 
Mr. and Tslrs. I\reT\ean are buried in Bingbamton, N. Y. 

Tliey bad five cbildrcn. 

7395. Franklyn Buchanan!' McKcan, b. May 14, ]S57; d. July 4, 1858. 

7396. Anna Bayard McKean, b. July S, 1859; ni. Sept. 7, 1883, EuT\ard G. 

Dean. Res., Brooklyn, X. Y. 
73>»7.-(- Henry Jarvis McKc.an, b. Mar. 1, 1861; m. Anna Livingston. 
731"8.-f-Katherjnc Myers McKean, b. Mar. 26, 1864; ni. Edward JLadley. 

7399. Maricfta Ely :\icKean, b. Aug. 3, 1866; m. Fo. 13, 1893, Leon Richard 

Dunkley. Res. Brooklyn, X. Y''. 

3453. Fl^VNCES CIIRISTIANXA^ JARVIS {same descent 
as 344S) b. Apr. 7, 18;1G: m. Dee. 24. 1S5J, Jobn P. Dean, b. June 
26, 1825, Deposit. X. Y. ; d. Feb. 11, ]903. Res.. Deposit. N. Y. 

Tbey bad tbree ebildren. 

7400. Eaniric'' Dean, b. ^^c])!. 13, 1858; d. Jan. 24, 1861. 

7401. ]\Iinnie Dean, b. Feb. 10, 1S62; d. Apr. IS, 1862. 

74f2. Ida Saniord Dean, b. Dec. 15, 1863; m. Sept. 12, 18S2. Clinton S. Minor 
at Deposit, X. Y. . 

3454. GEORGE AUGUSTl^S^ SAXFORD {David 1434, 
Ephraim G3P, Oliver 202, Ephrciui 63, Kzeliel 9, Ezekid 2, Thorn- 



NINTH GENERATION G39 



as 1) b. Mar. S, 1825; m. ^shiv. 15, 1846, Susan Carliiia, dau. of 
JpRse BariL'S. Mr. Sanfovd is a carriage maker. Kes. Keddiiig, Ct. 
They ])ad two children. 

7-103. Davia Colcy-', b. Aug. 2], ]8'.i0; m. Oft. 9, 1873, Jlary ]Mitehe]l. No 

cbUdrcn. 
74('4. Louise W., I.. Nov. 21, 1S51; m. Oct. 20, 1882, Freaorick Judd of 

Danlairr, Ct. 

3455. SARAH :MARLA« SANFOED {Enoch 1433, Ephraim 
6;?2, Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, Esekiel 9, Ezekicl 2, Tlwmas 1) b. 
Mar. 2, 1829, Keddiug, Ct. ; d. Aug. 28, 1868, ]iedding, Ct. : m. 
Jan. 21, 1850, Benjamin S. Bonghton, b. Dec. 28, 1818, Redding, 
Ct.; d. Feb. 5, 1904, Ecddiug, Ct. 

They liad three cliildren, al] born in Redding, Ct. 

7105.-LEli;'.r;]jeth'.' P.oughtoii, b. July 31, 185.-^; m. Edgar i'icld. 

74(!6. Mfirtha Ann Bougbtou, b. Mar 20, 185G; unm. She has boeii for several 

years matron of the Fairfield County Jlome at Norwalk, Ct. 
7407. Starr Eenjamin Boiighton, b. Dec. 20, 185S; d. Dec. 'A, 1863, Eed- 

ding, Ct. 

3456. ANX AUGUSTA^ SANFORD {same descent as 3455) 
b. June 6, 1832, Redding, Ct. : d. Jnuo 3 5, 1900, Danbury. Ct. ; ra. 
Samuel AY. Coley, b. July, 1818, Weston, Ct. : d. .^iar. 26, 1855, 
Weston, Ct. 

They had one child. 
74('S.+Frr.uoei ^V.'^> Coley, b. Apr. 1853; d. May 17, 1^)02; m. Jaines Miller. 

3457. :\rARY FRANCES^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3455) b. July 30, ISHn. Redding, Ct. ; d. Nov. 24, 1882, Danbury, 
Ct. ; m. P.iihmder ^l l^.rotherton, b. :\rar. 1, 1836. Res. Redding, 
Ct. 

They had two childreu, born in Danburj^, Ct. 

7400. + (;oiieva F." Bro-herton, b. ^lar. LO', 1800; ni. Elluood Eitch. 
74iO.-|-Lizzie S. Brothorton, b. Jan. 31, 1805; m. AValter Treat. 

3458. DAVID BURR^ SANFORD {same descent as 3455) 
b. June 7, 1839, Redding, Ct. ; m. Feb. 7, 1859, Frances A. Lock- 
wood, ]). Aug. 3, 1834, Lancsljury, ^Mass. Res., N. Y. City. 

They liad two children. 

7411. ■Mary Augusta^ h. Aug. 24, 1800. Bn.uklyn, N. Y. ; jn. Oct. 31, 1SS8, 

Frark C. .Tcnnings, b. Nov. C. 18:i(i iu 111. No children, lies. N. Y. C. 

7412. David Frank, b. Jan 29, 1807, Brooklyn, N. Y.; d. ^fay 3, 18G0, Brook- 

lyn, N. Y. 



6-10 THE THOMAS SANFOI^D FAMILY 



3460. BRADLEY D.^ BARLOAV {Deborah 1433, Ephraim 
622, Oliver 502, Ephraim 63, Ezetiel 9, Ezeldcl 2, Thomas 1) b. 
Sept. 2G, 1823, Redding, Ct. ; d. Jan. 22, 18S3, New Haven, Ct. ; ni. 
July 29, 1845, Adelia Gould, b. June, 1825, Redding, Ct. ; d. Oct. 
8, ]907, :\Iilford, Ct. 

They bad one child. 

7413.4-Frauk E.!^ Barlow, \>. Oct. 27, 18o2; in Mary Minor. 

3461. DANIEL SANFORD* BARLOW {same descent as 
3-lGO) b. Feb. 15, 182G, Redding, Ct. ; d. 187G, Bridgeport, Ct. ; m. 
Jan. 10, 1855, Charity Joliuson, b. 1826, Becket, Mass.; d. 1883, 
IMenoniie, "Wis. 

Tliey had two chiUlrou, born in B^-idgeport, Ct. 

741 4. Euth E.o Bavlo^v, b. ]8.18; d. 186], Erid,,'eport, Ct. 

7415. John 0. P>arlo\v, b."]SGl; ni. 1900, Kate E. Ncwitt of Englr.nd. No 

children. Ees. Baltimore, Md. 

3463. ITFLDAII E.^ BARLOW {same eJesceni as 3460) b. 
Aug. 22, 1830, Redding, Ct. ; d. in Redding, Ct. ; ni. Oet. 6, 1855, 
Henry AVinshop. 

They had four children. 

7416. George' Winshop. 

7417. Lottie Wiushop. 

74] S. Josephine Winshop 

74^.9. Einn.a Wij,shop 

3464. EFHRALM S.« BARLOW {same descent as 3460) b. 
June 20, 1S32, Redding, Cl.; m. Oct. 28, 1857, Jane Seeley, b. in 
Georgetown, Ct. Res., Redding, Ct. 

They hr.d four children, all born in Redding, Ct. 

7-1f0.-f:vrary V.fi Barlow, b. Aug IS, 1S5S; m. Leroy Blaokmau. 
74n.+DcboTah Barlow, b. Sept. 21, ISGO; m. All'red Burdiek. 
7422.+Charily Louise Barlow, b. A\ig. 21, ]S(U; m. Walter Wlnte. 
742.3. Joel Soch-y Barlow, b. July 11, 1S72; m. Lillio Johnsou. No 
children. Bos. Geori^'etown, Ct. 

3465. DAVID AUGUSTUS-' BARLOW {same descent as 
3160) b. June 4. LS3-L Redding, Ct. ; m. Oct. 5, 185G, Susan A. 
Coucli, ]). Dee. 27, 1835. Danbury, Ct. Res., New Haven, Ct. 

They had seven children, all except Charles born in New 
Milfoi-d, Cl. 



NINTH GENERATION 641 



74 24.+ Charles Covicho Barlow, b. Juno 11, 1859, West Cornell, Ct.; m. 

Geneva Brlggs. 
7425.+Pidillia A. Barlow, h. Oct. 11, ISGl ; d. Nov. 15, 1SS7 ; m. Burns 

Lasher. 
742G. + Bul:tlio Giace Barlow, b. Feb. IS, 3863 j m. G.;,or;;e Minor. 
74'.i7. Androv Augustus Barlow, b. July 1!3, JSG4; d. Mar. 5, 1S99; unni. 
7428. Freddie Victor Barlow, b. Oct. 1, ISGG; d. Oct. 2, 1SG7. 
74?e.+Cornelia A. Barlow, b. May 9, 1S6S; ni. William Perkins. 

7430. David Arthur BarloM', b. May 26, 1S72; m. Nov. 16, 1898, Phobe Mary 

Hunkinson, b. June 26, 1873, Camdcu, N. J. No children. Ecs. 
NcAV ilavou, Ct. 

346G. ELIZA A.« BAPiLOYv {some descent as 31G0) b. Dee. 
24, 1836, Reddiii[^, Ct. ; m. 1856, Georcc ^Yi]l£}lip. 
They had five children. 

7431. ITerbcr'iP Wii>=bi]i. 
743-2. Tina Wiusliip. 

7433. Wilber Winship. 

Other naiiios unknown. 

3467. JOEL A.^ BARLOAV {same descent as 3d60) h. IIq.v. 
31, 1839, Rcddni.;, Ct. ; d. m Buflalo, N. Y. ; m. (1) 1860, Cora 

Bartram of Bethel, Ct. ; m. (2) . Now residing iu Buffalo, 

N. Y. 

He liad one child by first and one by second marriage. 

7434. Evao Barlow. 

7435. John Barlow. Ros., Waterliury, Ct. 

34G8. SA:\IUEL J.« BARLOAV {same descent as 3460) b. 
Nov. 7, 3841, 37edd.inn:^ Ct. ; d. in Yfatorbury, Ct ; m. (1) May 13, 
1868, Ja7ie Smitli; ni. (2) Cynthia Trowbridge, l^es., Watez-bury, 
Ct. 

He had two clnldrcn bj- first marriage. 

7436. Maryo Barlow. 

7437. Oliver Barlow. 

3470. THO:\rAS DeWITT" barlow {same descent as 
34G0) b. Nov. 5, 1848, Redding, Ct. ; m. (1) Oct. 26, 18— Ennna 
Miller; ni. (2) Caroline . ]?c.s., Waterbury. Ct. 

He had tw^ children by first and one by second marriage. 

7438. Be?3ie» Barlow. 

7439. Howard Barlow. 

7440. Doborab Barlow. 

(41) 



C42 TilE T] [O.MAS SANFORD FAMILY 



3472. HAI^RIET WIIITE^ COLLINS {Mary 143d, Ephmim 
622, Oliver 202, Eplira'un 63, EzeMel 9, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) m. 
May 31,180-1, Dr. .Moses 11. Wakemau, b. Nov., 1829, Fairfield, Ct. ; 
d. JaJi. G, 1892. Res., Reddinrr, Ct. 

They luul three children. 

7441. -f Mary Collins^ Wakernaii, ni. Dr. Ernest Srailb. 
74'J2. Henry Wheeler Wakeuian, d. iNIar., 1S69. 
7443. Harriet "Wheeler Wakeiaan. 

3473. MARY BURR"^ SA?n1?^0RD {Gerslwiii 1435, Ephraim 
622, Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, EzeMcl 9, Ezchicl 2, Thomas 1) b. 
Aug. 29, ]830; d. Aug-. 2, 1890, Westpoit, Ct. ; m. Sept. 3, 1818, 
ATilliani Burr "Wright, b. May 27, 1828, Norwalk, Ct. ; d. Jau. 12, 
1887, Westport, Ct. 

They had two children. 

7444.-l-IIarT Fiizabetbs AVright, b. Aug. 26, 1S51; m. Eli Smith. 
7445. WilUam SMiiforJ Wright, b. Feb. 1, 1S5,"; d. Pee. 9, 1873. 

3475. ABBEY AUGUSTA^ SANFORD {Fredcrich 1442, 
Levi 625, Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, Ezekiel 9, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. Feb. 25, 1826, Weston, Ct. ; d. Jan. 7, 1899, AVichita, Kan. ; m. 
Feb. 28, 1817, Daniel Sherwood, b. Juiie 26, 1818, Redding, Ct.* 
d. Aug. 10, 1907, Yun Bure^i, Ark. 

They had five children, all born in ]\Ianlins, N. Y. 

7440. Frederic]; Augiistubf Sherwood, b. J.qn. 12, 184S; d. June 24, 1S51, 

iSraiilins, N. Y. 
7447. -f Laura Maria Sherwood, b. .lidy 30, 1819; d. Jan. 2, 1909; m. Edward 

Rice. 
7448.-fLevi Fitch Sherwood, b. Oct. 21, ISoO; m. Susie Douolass. 

7449. + Frederick Aiignstus Slurwood, b. Aug. 25, 1S52; m. E'lie Dodd. 

7450. Gersho;ii iJradley Sherwood, b. Ajir. 7, 1855; unin. Res., Van Buren, 

Ark. 

3477. F:\1^IA ELlZABETir SANFORD {V^illiom 1445, 
Levi 625. Oliver 202, Ephrai)n 63, Ezekiel 9, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. June 6, 1852, Weston, Ct. ; m. Oct. 5, 1885, Henry AVakonian of 
Easton, Ct. 

They had throe children. 

7451. Aiiuio I'lsthero W.-^keman, b. Sept. 0, 1SS7. 

7452. Mriry Burr Wakeman, b. Deo. 22, 1890. 

7453. Ruth Wakeman. 



NINTH GENKEAT^N C13 



3478. FREDI'nilCK COLEY« SANFOKT) {same descent as 
3477) b. Jan. 1, 1857, Woston, Ct. ; ni. Oct. 13, 1881, Carrie Emily 
Northrop of Xe^vlo^\7l, Ct. Res., Newlowu, Ct. 

They had tT\-o children. 

7454. Juliette FaircluJd;', b. Jan. 26, ISSG; d. Jan., 1900. 

7455. Eva Lydia, b. Nov. 24, 1SS7. 

3484. FREDERICK B.« CHURCH {Mary 1447, Betsey 627, 
Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, EzeJnel 9, Ezc];icl 2, Thomas 1) b. ^iar. 
14, 1832 ; d. Apr. 23, 18G5 ; m. Feb. 8, ISCO, ]Mary Bermetl. 

They had one child. 

7456. ^Nhuion'^' Cluirch, b. Nov. 22, 18G0. 

3485. ESTHER MAR1A« CHURCH {same d-scent os 3iSI) 
h. May 17, 1836; m. Sept. 30, 1857, John H. Qnintard. 

They had fonr children. 

7457. Samuels Quintard, b. Nov. 2, 1860; d. Mar. 3, 1868. 

745S. George II. Quintard, b. IMar. 19, ]867; m. Sept. 24, 1890, Addie ^l. 

Branvblc. Mr. Quintard is sccTetary of the Norwalk Mills Co., 

Nor^-alk, Ct. 
7459.+0ohn Church Quintard, b. Oct. 16, 1871; d. Dec. 19, 1S9S; m. Carrie 

Redman. 

7460. Susannr.il Maria Quintard, b. Sept. 18, 1875; d. Aug. 5, 1904. 

3488. RHODA ANX^ TAYLOR {Elizabcflt 144S, Bciscy 
627, Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, EzeMcl 9, Ezchicl 2, Thomas 1) b. 
July 29, 1833; m. Edwin Jackson. 

They had two children. 

7461. Frances E.s Jacl<son, deceased. 

7462. Arthur Jackson, m. IMny Toibit. 

3494. HELEN^ BANKS {Bachel 1452, Biisey 627, Oliver 
202, Ephraim- 63^ Ezekicl 9, Ezckiel 2, Thomas 1) h. 1850; d. 
Apr. 7, ]803; m. Ceorge II. Raymond. 

They had three children. 

746?.. Fred'uiik A.o IJaymoud. 

7464. Harrier Ixaymond. 

7465. Elizabeth Ravuioud. 



644 THE TlfO^^rAS SANFOED FA^.fJLY 



3498. :\IARGARET« JAJiVIS {Charles 1456, Betsey 627, 
Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, PJzekiel 9, Ezekicl 2, Thotnos 1) m. John 
Burr. 

Tiicy lu;d one child. 

7406. Elizabeth;' Burr. 

3502. Y\^iLKER B.^^ BARTRAj\r {Aaron 1458, Lorraine 
629, Oliver 202, Ephraim. 63, Ezckiel 9, EzcJdcl 2, Thomas 1) b. 
Dec. 14, 1829, Redding, Ct. ; m. Dec. 24, 1856, Mary Allen, L. 1838, 
Norwallc, Ct. 

They had two children, born in Reddiiig, Ct. 

74G7. Frances A.'- Eartrain, b. ISSH; d. l^M. 

74(i8. Georgo Eartrani, b. July 4, IMV; d. Dec, 1905, Southorn Pinc.^, N. C; 

UllIIl. 

S503. DAVID S.^ BAKTRAM {same descent as 3502) b. 
1836, Redding, Ct. ; d. July 8, 1S9S, Redding, Ct. ; m. Dec. 21, 1858, 
Harriet Hull of AYeston, Ct. ; d. July 6, 3898, Redding. Ct. 

IMr. Bartram enlisted in the 17th. Conn. Volunteers in the 
Civil AA^nr -with the rank of sergeant, promoted after battle of 
Chancellorsvillo to Lieutenant. Taken prisoner at the first day's 
battle at Gettysburg and confined in T^ibby prison and subsequently 
in nine other prisons; in all, twenty-two montlis of confinement. 
On his return home he was presented with a fine sword by tlie citi- 
zens of Redding. 

They had seven children, all except Julia born in Ixedding, Ct 

74G0. Xtllie ]i.a B;tilram, b. .luly 23, 1S59; num. Ees., Botliol, Ct. 
7470.+ .Villiani II. Bartram, b. :\lar. 28, 1S62; m. Lydia Van De Water. 
7471. Floriue Bartram, b. ,Tuly 2G, 1867; d. Apr. 14, 1899, Eoddipg, Ct.; 

lu. July 3, 1887, Edward Tvlyers. No ohildrou. His res., Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
7472. +B. Hull Bartram, b. Doc. 15, 1870; m. (1) Amy Nichols; m. (2) 

Mary Gould. 
7473. -I- Julia F. Bartram, b. July 3, 1S72; m. Claronco Eundle. 

7474. Bessie Bartram, b. Jaii. 3, 187-5. 

7475. David S. Bartram, Jr., b. T^lay 25, 1877; d. Sept. 3, 1877, Redding, Ct. 

3504. Gl'RDOX BAirrRAAr LKE {Lucij 1459, Lorraine 
629, Oliver 202, EpJiraim 63, EziLicl 9, Ezelicl 2, Tltomas J) b. 
Nov. 29, 1831. Redding, C\.: d. .luly 9, 1903. Bridgop;.rt. Ct. ; m. 
Feb. 22, 1854. Cavnliue K. Gorhani. b. Fd). ]8, 1829, lieddiug. Ct. 
Re.s. Bridg'.'port, Ct. 



NINTH GENERATION 645 



Jlr. Lee was a carriage maker by trade and 5;at in the House of 
Representatives at Hartford when he was ojily twenty-three years 
of age, being the youiigest man in the Honse. 

They luid two ehildren, born in Bridgeport, Ct. 

7476. im-y-> Lee, b. June 25, 1S5S; d. Feb. 27, 1883, Jkidgcporl, Ct. 
7-i77.+Laura Lee, b. June L5, ISC-l ; m. Charles Annstronj;. 

3505. MAUY« LEE (sayne dcscrvi as 3504) b. July 9, 1846, 
Eedding, Ct. ; m. Oct., LS69, Samuel B. Osborn, d. Dee. 10, 18S9. 
They had two ehildi-eu. 

747S. Carrie Lec-^' Osboii!, b. A.ng., 1871; d. July, 1S9L 

7479. Milo I.rc Osbcru, b. Aug., L^74: m. Mar, 1901, Eslelle, dau. of Stanley 

and !Melvina (Gould) Wlioeler, b. 1S73. No children. 

3507. COL. NELSON BUKR'^ BARTRA^t {Colcy 1-161, 
Lorraine 629, Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, Ezckicl 9, EzcJcicl 2, Thcmuis 
1) b. Feb. 7, 1S35, Westport, Ct. ; d. Dec. 25, 1886, N. Y. C. ; m. Dec. 
31, 1857, Anna VimDyke, b. July 22, 1837, N. Y. C. Ees. AThite 
PJain.s, N. 1^ 

]\lr. Bartram enlisted and recruited his owji com])auy, going 
out a eaptaiu. Served during the vrar and retired as LieuL Col. 
They had eight children, all born in Portehester, N. Y. ^ 

7480. Nelson Boardmans Bartram, b. Nov. 1, IS^S. }?c?., N. Y. C. 

7481. Grace Bartram, b. Mar. 5, ISGO; d. May 29, 1SS5, White Plains, N. Y. 

m. fc'ept. 3, 1SS4, William M. Skinner. 
748L'.4-l)aniel Butterfield Bartram, b. Dec. IS, 1S62,- m. Lillian Gunther. 
7483. 4- James Kiee Bartram, b. Dec. 7, 1863; m. Harriot Town. 
74S4.4-Edgar Allen Poe Bartram, b. Mar. 29, 18G7; d. Jan. 25, 1900; m. 

Aimcc Jolmson. 
7485. Joseph I[onher Bartram, b. Dec. 9, 18GS; d. Dec. 12, ISGS, Port- 

chfster, N. Y. 
7486.+Mabel Bartram, b. Jan. 23, 1869; m. William Skinner. 
7487.+Edi(h Bartram, b. Oct. 23, 1873; m. Andre Waldhaus. 

3508. AGNES'^ BART'KA^I {same dcsecnt as 3507) b. July 
31, 1836, Keddiiig, Ct. ; d. :May 26, 1893, Saugcrtics, N. Y. ; m. 
Nov. 29, 1867, Richard C. AVashburn, b. Oct. 7, 183], Purcha-^e, N. 
Y.; d. Dec. 2, 1900, Saugerties, N. Y. 

They liad three children, all born in Jei'sey City, N. J. 

74^8. Kobert Coloyo Washburn, b. Sept. 7, JSGS; d. May 24, 1SS9, Sauger- 
ties, N. Y. 

7489. Louis Herbert Washburn, b. June 17, 1870. 

7490. Neil C<-'mpbell Washburn, b. L-c. 22, 1S7G. Eos., Saugorfies, N. Y. 



646 THE TirO?.rAS SAXFOKD FAMILY 



3514. CKAIJLES BJ WILSON (Betsey 1462, Lorraine 629, 
Oliver 202, Ephraim 63, Ezelid 9, Ezehiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 16, 
1839, Redding, Ct.; d. Dec. 16, ]901, Chicago, 111.; m. ^Mar. 17, 1870, 
Maria Silva, b. July 20, 1851, N. Y. C. Mr. Wilson served tliree 
years in tlie "War of tlie Ecbellion, as a member of Company D, 
9th Regiment X. Y. S. Taken prisoner at the Battle of Freder- 
icksburg, ]Md., and confined in Libby prison. Was one of only 
eight of his company to survive the Battle of Antietam and was 
wounded in the Battle of the Wilderness. 

They had five children, all excei)t Edna boin in N. Y. C. 

7491. Maria!' ^Yil30ll, b. Xov. 29, 1871; d. Sept. 7, 1S73, X. Y. City. 

7492. Lewis Honrv 'Wilson, b. Oct. 2, 1873. Inheriting liis fatuer's patriotism, 

Mr. Wilsou Yolr.uteevccl ;i.'^ mercbor of a Chicrgo Si^^nal Corps in the 
Spanish American War, ^vont to Porto l^ico and suffered mueli from 
fever and starvation. 

7403. Charles Ebeu Wilson, b. Aucr. 27, 1S7.5; m. June 20, 1900, Elizabeth 

Sophia Cochran of Cliieago, 111. 

7404. Edward Brandt Wilson, b. Axig. 31, 1877; d. Feb. 12, 1SS2, N. Y. City. 
7495. Edna Wilson, b. June 15, 1SS9, Chicago, 111. 

3517. ELI S.^^ BARTRA^I {Banicl 1464, Lorraine 629, Ol- 
iver 202, Ephraim 63, Ezcldd 9, Ezehiel 2, Thomas 1) b. June 27, 
184r,; m. Oct. 22, 1867, Anna J3ewitt. 

Tlicy had one child. 

749G. Winfichl^ Bartram, b. Apr. 17, 1S7S; d. July 12, 1900. 

3518. FRANKLIN^ BARTRAIM {same descent as 3517) b. 
Oct. 3, 18-18; m. Oct. 9, 1878, ^lary B. Denning. 

They had t^^'0 children. 

7497. Deu-itf Clinlons Bartram, b. May 31, 1S74; deceased. 
7-198. Lester Godfrey Bartram, b. Seiit. 13, 1875; deceased. 

3519. LAURA'* ILVRTRA^r {same descent as 3517) b. Sept. 
11, ]850; m. Sept. 4, 1872, AVilliam Scoficld. 

They had three children. 

7499. Wiliam Kanditllo Scoficld, b. Feb. 4, 1874; d. July G, 1S74. 
75G0.4-Mary l;andall Scofield, b. May 15, 1876; m. Percy Glendenning. 
7501. Albert Scofield, b. Dec. 9, 1S7S; ni. June 1, 1904, Ella Austin. 



NINTH GENEKATION C47 



3520. CHARLES^ 15ARTRAM (same descent as 3517) b. 
Mar. 2, 1853; m. Nov. 1S7G, KUa Gruui};r)i. 
They had two cldldrcn. 

7502.-|-T,ouisr^ P.artraui, b. Oef. o, 3S78; ni. "Rowlaiu] Ifunter. 
7503. + I);iniei Sanford Bartraiiij b. Jfiu. 21, 18S0; in. Mary Burk. 

3522. ANNA^^ BARTKAM {same <.h scent as 3517) b. Nov. 24, 
185G ; m. Feb. 19, 1879, Edwin A. Frye. 

They had one child. 
7504.+Louise S.& Frye, b. Nov. 8, ISSO; m. L'icLard (lambling. 

3523. "WILLIAAP BAK.TRAM {some descent as 3517) b. 
Oct. 3, 1859; m. Oct. 9, 18S1, Nellie Craw. 

They had four children. 

750.5. -j-jlarryf> Bartvam, b. ^-Tar., 3 8S,'?; in. Nellie Disbrow. 

7506. Clara Bartrarn, b. Jan., 1SS4; in. June, 3 007, Frederick AXHiipple. 

7507.+T-'illian Bartrarn, b. Aj'!'., 1SS5; m. George Evarts. 

75rS. Edward Bartram, b. Oct. IC, 18S7. 

3528. EDGARS RARTRA:M {Fredrnck 1467, Lorraine 629, 
Oliver 202, Eplirabn 63, Ezehld 9, Ezehicl 2, Thotnas 1) b. Sept. 28, 
1852, Greenfield, Ct. ; m. Apr. 21, 1888, Matiie Slielton, b. Dec. 25, 
18G4, Waterbnry, Ct. Res. Stratford, Ct. 

They had one child. 

7509, Frederiek Slieltone Bartrani, b. Oct. 29, ]SiJ6, Bridgeport, Ct. 

3532. JESSIE^ BARTRAIVr {same descent as 352S) b. Aug. 
25, 1866, Fairfield, Ct. ; ni. ^Mar. 1, 1891, Uriah Washburn, b. July 3, 
1864, eTersey Citv, N. .1. Res. Jersey City, N. T. 

They had two children. 

7530. Amelia Washburn, b. Dec. 13, 1S95, Jersey City, N. .7. 
7511. A-ucs AVashburn, b. Sept. 13, 1897, Saugerties, N. Y. 

3533. IlENRY'^ BANKS {:ilarij 1168, Lorraine 629, Olive.} 
202, EpJiraim 63, Ezilicl 9, EzeJdel 2, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 29, 1851, 
Fairfield, Cl.; d. May. 14, 1890, Anienia, N. Y. ; ni. Oct., ]S77, 
Fanny Davis. 

They liad four children. 

7532. Carrie Vs'.o Banks, b. Oct. S, 1S79; d. Sept., 1S91. 

7513. Charles 11. Banks, b. ISSl; unm. 

7514. Frederlcka Banks, b. ISS.'!; d. 3905. 

7515. Harold Banks, b. ISSS. 



648 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



353^. CARKIE L.« BANKS (same descent as 3533) b. Oct. 
12, 1853, Daiilniiy, Ct. ; d. Nov. 30, 1873 ; m. 1872, James H. Giles. 
They had one child. 

7516. Mays Giles, b. 1S73. 

3535. FI?EI)ER1CK S.* BANKS {same descent cs 3533) b. 
June 11, 185G, Redding, Cl.; m. Mar., 1885, Minnie Tafl. 
They had three children. 

VS."".?. Frederick E.o Eauks, b. Julj 4, 1S86, Bridgcpoii, Cl. 
751S. Kylaiid 8. Banks, b. Dec. 19, 1SS7, Bridgeport, Ct. 
7519. Lorraine Banks, b. Sept. 8, 18S9. 

3537. ANNA RAYS SANM<^ORD (SidncK 1470, Ephraim 
635, Ephraim 206, Ephraim 63, EzcUcl 9, Eiehiel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. July 6, 1S47, Canada ; m. Dec, 1?G6, Henry R. A. Boyes of Los 
Angeles, Cal. Res. Los Angele-'s, Gal, 

They had two children. 

75^-0. Henry Saufoxck^ Boyes, b. Oct., 18G7. 
75,'il. Sidney A. Boyes, b. 186S. 

3542. SIDNEY JAMES* SANFORD {same descent as 
3537) b. 1857, Canada; m. 1882, Ida Isabelle Burton. Mr. Sanford 
is a banker in Canada. 

They had one child. 

7522. Cladia Muriel^, b. 1SS.3. 



3547. RACHEL ^L-VUD-^ SANFORD (snmc descent as 3537) 
b. Nov. 15, 18C4, Canada ; ni. Mar., 18S3, Arthur Ridgbale. lie is 
a lumber dealer at Indian Head, N. AY. T. 

They had one child. 

7.5?3. Alice Bays Bidgdale. 

3552. AVALTER PER LEE'' SANFORD {Augustus 1-176, 
Sturn'S 639, Augustus 207, Ephraim 63, Ezcliel 9, Ezchicl 2, 
Thomas 1) b. Aug. 20, 1829, Anienia, N. Y.; d. Jan. 20, 1894, 
Decorah, la.; m. Dec. 18, 1851, Sarah A., dau. of AYalter Acldey, b. 
Sept. 14, 183], ^J'ejiiple, N. Y. Re.s. Decorah, la. 

Tliey had one child. 

7524.+\Yilliain A.^, b. June 28, 18.51; m. Maude Tick 



NINTH GENERATION 



3555. PLATT REED'' SANFORD {same descent as 3552) b. 
Sept. ], ]84(), Norwich, N. Y. ; ni. :\lary, dan. of Patrick Flcmming. 
Res. Decora}), la. 

They hat] three children. 

75?5. Henry R.s 

7526. Edwnrd B. 

7527. WiUi.-im P. 

3561. ^VILLIA:\1 CURTIS^ SANFORD {Edwin 1478, 
Stui-ges C39, Augustus 207, Ephraim 63, Ezflciel 9, E~fUel 2, 
Thomas 1) b. Dec. 16, ]850, Amenia, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 5, 190-3, Fulton, 
111. ; in. June 10, 1875, Irene, dau. of Sylvcuus Kimball, b. Oct. 18, 
1850, Xortli ]^i-aneh, N. Y. 

They had two children. 

75LS. + Mp.ude Irer.eo, b. Apr. 3, 1877; m. Ilarolu Gaunco. 

7529. llerbcrl ^Villiaui, b. Nov. C, ]882, Delaware, la. Kes., Sau Frp.ueisfo, 

Cal. 

3584. ED^IUND-^ SANFORD {Jesse liSd, Jesse 6i0, Eben- 
ezer 217, Ehenezer 77, Thomas 12, EzeJdel 2, Thomas 1) m. Jan. 23, 
1850, ]Mary Elizabeth Tillotson of Marshall, Mich. i\Ir. Sanford 
was married in Louisiana. They lived on tlie old homestead in Un- 
iouville, Ct. TTt was a member of the Connecticut Leaislature in 
1871. 

They had tliree children. 

7530. Hem-y TillotKouO. 
7.531. Frank. 

7532. Charlrs Jesse. 

3566. SIIER^IAN^ SANFORD {same descent as 3561) m. 
Nov. 23, FSG2, Helen M. numphrey. Res. Unionville, Ct. 
lliey liad three children. 

7533. Edwin M.9 

7531. Hortha. 

7535. BlaiK'ho Abnira. 

3578. DAVID GEEASON'^ SANI^ORD {Tlmothu 1189, 
Ehenezer 615, Ehenezer 217, Ehenezer 77, Thomas 12, Ezekul 2, 
Thomas 1) h. Nov. ], 1819; m. . Resided in Akron, 0. 

He had one child. 

7536. Albert N.9 



650 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



3579. AVILLIA.M OJJVER^ SxVNFOKD {same descent as 
3578) b. .Inly 21, 3S22, Candor, N. Y.; m. (1) Oct. 25, 1849, Joanna 
T. Baker, d. Apr. 9, 1S51; rn. (2) Jan. 1, 1857, Sarah A. Kauffmau. 
Mr. Sanford v/cnt to Jtliaea, N. Y. v.dien scventet-u years of age 
and learned t)ie furniture business. In 18-13 be went to Akron, 0. 
where he carried on the business until 1856. His health failed aiid 
he Avent to farming in Kansas. He enlisted in 1861. In Feb., 
1865, he enlisted in Slilligan 's 23d. Keg. 111. Inf., was made sergeant 
and discharged in July, 1SG5. 

He had oiie child bf first and three by second marriage. 

75:^7. -fChnrlcs V>.^, b. Apr. 4, 1851; doccayed. 
753S. Arthur J., b. Alar., 1S59 ; d. Nov., 1860. 

7539. Emma, b. 1S60; d. Sept., 1864. 

7540. Orriu IE, b. Oct., 1SG2. 

3589. LUTHEK JUDSON^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3578) b. Mar. 5, 1825, Candor, N. Y. ; m. (1) Jan. 17, 1849, Mary 
Atwater of Ithaca, X. Y.; b. Aug. 17, 1825; d. Apr. 29, 1879; m. 
(2) Rachel Algert. Res. Ithaca, N. Y. 

He had six children by first marriage. 

7541.4-Char]e3 Judson?, b. Mar. 20, 1S50; d. Jau. 5, 1590; m. Helen Brov.n. 

7542. Famiy At^s-ater, b. Fob. 9, 185.3. 

7543. Ell;i Lcn;.';e, b. Dec. 25, 1S5'.^. 

75'14.+Jaines At^vater, b. Sept. 13, 1858; m. Ella Jones. 
7545. Ina Avery, b: Feb. S, 1SG2; d. Aug. 20, 1893. 
754C. Mary, b. :May 2S, 1S67. Ees., Ithaca, N. Y. 

3586. LUCIUS ALLTS'^ SANFORD {Asa- 1190, Ehene:er 
615, Ehcnezer 217, Ehenezev 77, Thomas 12, Esclcicl 2, Tltonujs 1) 
b. Sept. 6, 1822, Barre, N. Y. ; ra. Apr. 21, 1847, Ennna Hall at 
Brandon, Yt. Resided at Gaini's, N. Y. 

Tlicv had seven chikli'en, all born at Gaines, N. Y. 



7517. 


Francis A.a 






7518. 


Sarah. 






754D. 


Lucius H. 






7550. 


C'h;irles F., d. Mar. 


lb 


1880, Gaiues, X. Y 


7551. 


Elizabeth. 






7552. 


Elmer. 






75.53. 


Kclsey. 







NINTH GENERATION 651 



3588. SELAH GRIDLF.Y« SANFORD (same descent os 

3586) 1). July 8, 1S26, liarrc, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 19, 18G5, Barre, N. Y. ; i 

m. Jan. 4, ].353, P:iiza Add Sill of Barro, N. Y. | 

They luul four childrcji, all boru in Banc, N. Y. { 

7554. 'Mury E.!> } 

7555. Florence M. j 

7556. Irving. | 

7557. Fred S. j 

i 

3589. :\rAI?Y DIAXTIIA* SANFORD {same descent as j 
3586) b. Jan. S, 1829, Barro, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 22, 1851, Seldeu G. l 
Street. Resided in Hebron, Til. , j 

They had four cliildren, all except Sa.rali born in Hebron, 111. • j 

7558. SarPh A^.elias Street, b. in Barre, N. Y. j 

7559. Carrie Louisa Street. j 

7560. Ella Theresa Street. 1 

I 

7561. Henry Gilbert Street. j 

3590. GEORGE WASHINGTON'^ SANFORD {sawc descent \ 
as 3586) b. Dec. 25, 1830, Barre, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 21, 1S55, Anoeliue, j 
dau. of Latimer and Cynthia M. (Sanfoi-d) Gates, b. Feb. 13, 1826, j 
Candor, N. Y. They resided in Fond du Lac, AYis. 1 

They had five children, all born in Fond du Lac, AYis. { 

Tyfi". Gcorgiana Fidelia^, b. June 24, 1858. [ 

75G3. Asa Latimer, b. Apr. 4, ISGO; d. Mar. 4, 1S79, Fond du Lac, Wis. j 

75G4. Susan llotchkiss, b. Apr. 4, 1S62. ■ 

7505. Waliis Adalbert, b. Nov. 9, 1865. j 

7566. Willis Gates, b. Nov. 9, 1SG5. | 

3591. CHARLES AYESLEY^^ SANFORD {same descent as \. 
3586) li. Apr. 8. 1833, Barro, N. Y. ; ni. (1) July 4, 18G3, T^Laria 

Dolley, d. Mar. 31, 1S77; m. (2) Harriet Littlefield. Resided in 
Barre, N. Y. 

He had two children by fir.st and two by second marriage, all 
except Arthur born in Barre, N. Y. 

7567. Cora Estellea, li. .Lan. 10, 1S66. 
756S. Elbert C., b. :Mav- 12, 186.9. 

7569. Et^io ilaria, b. Oct. 3, 1S79. 

7570. Arthur C., b. Apr. 3, ISSl, Gaines, N. Y. 



C52 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMTLY 



1 

3593. CAROLINE NORTII^ SANFORD {same descent as l 

6'5S0) h. Aug. 1, 1S3S, Barre, N. Y. ; m. Mar. 9, 1SG6, Edwin Stacy I 

of Wilson, N. Y. I 

They liad five Cfiildrfu, all horn in Wilson, N. Y. | 

I 

7571. 8. E.s Stacy. | 

7572. Frank Treiuaiu Stacy. a 

7573. Charles Summer Stacy. | 
757-1. Sanford Douglass Stacy. | 

7575. Florence G. Stacy. | 

3607. BYRON NORTHS SANPORD (Seth 1494, Elcnezcr \ 

645, Ehcnezcr 217, Ehenezcr 77, Thomas 12, EzeUel 2, Thoraas 1) I 

b. Ang. 10, 182(1, Albion, N. Y. ; m. Peb. 14, 18G0, T\rary E. Dorsey. | 

They had lliree children. j 

7576. ElnUT ElIs'.Tortha, b. Anp. 28, F861; d. in infancy. | 
757 7.-1- Albert Fyrou, b. Sept. 22, .1862; ni. Olive Snyder. \ 
11518. Endora Belle, b. Dec. 22, TSGo; ra. June 2S, 1SS7, Arthur TI. Williams. i 

Soil. CITARLOTTE ELIZABETH'^ SANPORD {Theodore \ 

1499, A'nios 64S, Ehenezcr 217, Ehcnezcr 77, Thomas 12, Ezeldd 2, \ 

Thomas 1) b. Dee. 30, 1838, Trenton, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 2, 1860, John i 

Dawlej', b. June 13, 1833, Tal^erg, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 2, 1901, Oneida, N. ? 

Y. Res. Oneida, N. Y. j 

Tliey had seven children. ' > 



7579. -f Ella H-.^ Dawley, b. Dec. 20, 18G0; m. (1) Alfred Rounds; m. (2) 

John Smith. 
75S0. J-hn Nel&on Dawley, b. .luly 29, 3Sfi5; d. Apr. 16,"]S72. 
7-081. Lulu May l)a^\ley, b. Oct. lo, 18GG, b'omc, K. Y.; d. Jan. 17, 1903, 

Oneida, N. Y. 
7582. Jennie E. Dawley, b. Sept. 2G, 18GS; d. IMay 15, 1.^(39. 
75S3. William S. Dawley, b. July 3, 1872, Jersey City, X. J.; m. June 10, 

IDOS, Li/zie Donnelly of Greeii\s-ay, N. Y. Kes., Oneida, X. Y. 

7584. Frank X. Dav.ley, b. Apr. 11, 1S75, Clinton, X'. Y. ; m. Sept. 13, 1907, 

Lizzie Williams of Erieville, X. Y. Kes., Eome, X'. Y. 

7585. Theodore S. Dawley, b. Apr. 9, 1877. Kes., Oneida, X. Y. 

3612. WILlJA^l HENRV^^ SANPORD {same descent as 
3611) b. Sept. 25, JS-ll, Granville, 0.; d. Aug. 30, 1902, Clinton, 
N. Y. ; ni. (!) TTfleii Eonisa, dan. of lienry Lucius and Amanda 
(Dawley) Barker, b. Au!^. 21, 1847, Clinton, N. Y. ; d. Juno 24, 
1884. Clinton, N. Y. ; m. {'?) Sei^t. 8, 1896, 'Mr^. Margaret Randolph, 



L. 



LIKL-I'. WILLIAM TI. SAXF(->H1) 
No. 3GJ2 



NINTH GENEEATION 653 



dan. of Kev. Steplien P. and Emily (Barker) Landers and widow 
of licv. Webstor B. Kaudolph, 1). iv^b. 12, 1848, "West Canibridge, 
]\Iass. Res. Clinton, X. Y. 

Mr. Sanford wa.s a carpenter by trade. He v/as also superin- 
tendent of ore 2iiines and for a time before his death was engaircd 
in market gardening. In 18C1, he enlisted in the 2Gth Eeg. N. Y. 
Vols., and was First Lient. in Co. F. After two years' service he rc- 
enlisted in 3d X. Y. Liglit Artillery, X. Y. A'ols., was transferred 
to Battery 'M. A\-it]i rank of Senior First Lieut, and placed in com- 
mand of the battery. He fought in several battles, some of "which 
were Cedar Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Chancel lors- 
ville. The author is indebted to ]\Irs. ]\Iargaret Sanford for furn- 
ishing the record of her family. She has also done considerable 
research to determint?. if possible, the Coat of Arms to v/hieh the 
family is entitled, drawing fine copies of tlie Arms of several San- 
ford families, v.hich is gratefrtUy acknovrledged. 

lie liad seven children by first marriage, all except ?.Iiunie 
born in Clinton, X. Y. 

75S6. -[-Minnie Arnaiidas, b. Aug. 20, 1S6G; m. TTorace Hall. 

7587. Henry Vrilliam, b. Apr. 2, 186?; m. Oot. 7, 1SS.5, Nora, dan. of Eg-bf-rt 
and Eliza (Hubbert) Stanton, b. Aug. 9, 1804, Lo^vville, N. Y. No 
children. ]\tr. Sanford is an architect and builder in Cle^ eland, 0. 

75SS. Grace, b. Mar. 14, 1874; d. Sept. 12, 1S74. 

7589. Charles Herbert, b. July 22, 1875; num. E<?s., Leadville, Col. 

7590. Ida May, b. Jan. 13, 1S77. Ecs., Utica, N. Y. 

7591. i\rabel Louise, b. Oct. 2, 1S7S. Kindergarten teacher in lUica, N. Y. 

7592. Frank Garfield, b. May 24, 1881, Is as.slstant to his brother Henry in 

Cleveland, O. 

3616. CHARLES IIRXRY^ SAXFORD {Olis 1503, Amos 
618, Ehcnezer 217, Ebenczer 77, Thomas 12, Ezckid 2, Thomas 1) 
b. July 31, 1836, Lardsville, X. Y. ; d. Sept. 25, 18C0, Clinton, N. 
Y.; m. ^lay 3 2, 1857, ]\Iary Robinson, b. Oct. 26, 1834, Clark '>s 
Jlills, X. Y.; d. 1900, Bloonifield, X. J. 

They had one child. 

7593.-}-Georgie R.s b. Aug. 29, 1858; m. Charles Terry. 

3617- I^AXIEL PATTEX^ SAXFORD {same descent as 
36 JO) b. Feb. IG, ^S4^.\ Clinton, X. Y. ; d. Feb. 27, 1903, Oneida, 
X. Y. ; m. :\rar. 26, J-8S-1-, Lizzie Coodenow, b. Jan. 1, 1862, ^Y 
Vienna, X. Y. Res. Oneida, X. Y. 

Thev had ei'.rht child rej), all born in Oneida, X. Y, 



THE TI10^rAS SANFORl) FAMILY 



7594. Charles Plenry'J, 1>. Mar. If?, 1S85. Ees., Oneida, N. Y. I 

7595. Harry Daniel, h. Apr. 24, 18S6; m. Dee. 27, 1906, Maudo llahtead. j 

R<!s., SjTaeuse, N. Y. j 

7596. I>o]a Eliza, b. Jan. 7, ISSS. ) 

i 

7597. Eunice May, h. May 1, IS89 ; m. Doc. ?6, 1907, Walter Jamf.3 Eaton. ' 

Ues., Syracuse, N. Y. j 

759S. Kuth Patten, b. June 16, 1S9J. \ 

7599. • Girl, b. July 27, 1S92; d. Oct. 9, 1892. 1 

7600. Lclaud Milton, b. Nov. 6, 1S93. I 

7601. Earl Otis, b. Feb. 22, 1895. j 

i 

3618. ELEANOII JMASOX*^ SANFOJiD {same descent as \ 
3616) b. Juue 27, 1847, Cliiitoi], N. Y. ; m. Nov. 29, 1881, John Y. [ 
Einsficld, b. Apr. IS, ISJS, Roclicster, X. Y. Res. Eochester, N. Y. i 

They liad one child. I 

7602. Elizabeili Sanford^ Einsfield, b. Feb. 25, 18S3, Oneida, X. Y.; unm. | 

Ees., L'ochestor, X. Y. j 

i 

3619. GEORGE H.'^ SANFORD {Sylvester 1504, Amos 648, j 
Ubcnczcr 217, Ehenezcr 77, T]io)aas 12, Ezehicl 2, ThomGs 1) b. Jan. { 
3, 1857, Trenton, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 16, 1887, Emma J., daii. of Ira ! 
and Harriet Link, b. Apr. 20, 1S50, South Trenton, N. Y. Res. j 
Remsen, N. Y. j 

They had two children, born in Trenton, N. Y. 

7603. Earl G.f, b. Xov. 13, 18S7. Ees., Utica, N. Y. 
7004. Leon H., b. June 18, 1S96. 

3622. EMELINE" :\IALLETT {Ephraim lr>06, Sarah 652, 
Josmh 221, Ehcnczer 77, Thomas 12, Ezckid 2, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 
29, 1831; m. Apr. 27, 1851, James Sturges Cole, b. Sept. 19, 1825; 
d. Aug. 30, 1906, Bridgeport, Gt. Res. Bridgeport, Ct. 

They had four children. 

7605. + George Wilbur'^ Cole, b. Dec. 14, 1S5S; m. Anna Burr. 
7600.+Charles Mallctt Cole, b. Feb. 24, 1803; m. Edith ^\^H^eler. 
7607.H-Mary Emma Cole, b. Oct. 28, 1867; m. Ed%vard Baldwin. 
760S.+Jennie Estella Colo, b. Dec. 11, 187] ; m. Christopher Ilurlbuit. 

3623. MARY ESTHERS ilALLETT {same descent as 3622) 
b. Dec. 16, 1834 ; m. Oct. 11, 1854, Charles i\Iiddlebrook Jennings, 
b. Oct. 13, 1823; d. Apr. 21, 1877, Bridgeport, Ct. Res. Slieltou, 
Ct. 

The3' li^d five children. 



NINTH GJ^NERATION 655 



7G09. Kobert lloss^ Jennings, b. Dee. 10, ]85-5; unui. lies., ITunthigton, Ct. i 

7G1 0.4 Charles llobait Jennings, b. ,]ul.y 11, 18G1; m. Abigail Shclton. j 
7Gll.+IIo^Yal•d Skidmore Jennings, b. Nov. 23, 1SG9; ni. Evelyn Marks. 

7612. Sara Sauford Jennings, b. Apr. 15, 1872; nnm. Res., Shelton, Ct. i 

761."^. j\Iara Slioinian Jennings, b. Afrr. 15, 1S72; nnm. Ees., SlioUon, Ct. i 

3625. BEADI.EY WAKE]\rAN^ EDWARDS {Esther 1508, \ 

Sorah 652, Josiah 221, Ebcnezer 77, Thomas 12, Ezekiel 2, Thomas \ 

1) b. Aug. 19, 1843, Lacc^^'ille, Pa. ; d. May 3, 1903, Laceyville, Pa. ; j 

m. Apr. 19, 1S6S, Electra J. Stevens, b. May 20, 1848. Ees. Laeey- \ 

ville. Pa. I 

Tliey had two cliildren. \ 



7G14.H-Carrie L.o Edwards, m. Monselle. j 

7615. + Gcorge Edwards. . I 

I 

3626. JULIA-^ BURR {Sallie 1511, Deborah 654, Josiah 221, | 

Ehcnczcr 77, Thomas 12, Ezekwl 2, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 28, 1821; I 

m. Oct. 8, 3 84S, Daniel B. Gould of Fairfield, Ct. I 

They had oue child. 1 

7616. George n.» Gonld, b. Sept. 4, 1S49. Is treasurer of the Fifth Ward i- 

Savings Bank in Jer.^ej Citj', N. J. 1 

3628. FAXNIE'^ BURR {same descent as S626) b. Nov. 16, 
1824; m. Oct. 15, 1845, Samuel Sturge-s of Wiltou, Ct. 

They had two children. ? 

7G17. Edward? Stnrges, b. Ang., 1S4S; d. 1S76. 

7G18. Allre Siurge.^;, b. May, 1855; Bl. May, 1877, George Banks of Easton, 
Ct. Kes., Wcstport, Ct. 

3629. DEBORAIP^ BURR {same elesccnt as 3626) b. Dec. 
2G, 182G; m. Oct. 1, 1845, Seth Todd of Redding, Ct. 

They had five children. 

7G10. lleiuy B.s Todd, b. Dec!. 2P, 1S4G. Kes., ]\leriden, Ct. 

7620. Charles Burr Todd, b. Jan. 9, 1S49. 'Mr. Tudd is an author and jour- 

nalist. He Avrote a history of Redding, Ct., in ISSO, atid an enlarged 
edition in 1906. Res., Bethel, Ct. 

7621. Ada J. Todd. b. June IG, 185:^; d. Oct. 2S, 1904, Porto Rico, while in 

government serviee. She ^vas a teacher and authoress. 

7622. Jennie S. Todd, b. June 24. ISGO. 

7623. Hattie E. Todd, b. Juno 24, 18G0. 



656 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 



3636. STANLEY* WHEELER {Sanford 1512, Dchonth 654, 
Josiah 22.1, Ehenczer 77, Tliomas 12, Ezcldcl 2, Thowas 1) b. 18-13; 
d. 18S2, Dnnville, Canada ; m. Feb., 1872, ]\la]Yma Gould. 

They liad Iwo cliildreu. 

7Gr4. Eslellof' "Wheeler, 1). JS73; m. May, 190], Milo Lee, son of Samuel and 

jNJary (Leo) Osborii, b. Aug., 1874. No children. 
7625. Cora Whcolcr, b. Dec, 1S7G. 

3641. JAAIES BIIRPJTT'^ WHEELER {Elenezer 1515, 
Deborah 654, Josiah 221, Ehenezcr 77, Tlionias 12, Ezcldcl 2, 
Thomasi 1) b. Jan. 24, 1840, Bridgeport, Ci. : d. May ], 1903, Dan- 
bury, C't. ; m. Oct. 1, 1861, Emma Josephine, dan. of Anson J. and 
Maria (Andrews) Winegar, b. Oct. 15, 1840, Kent, Ct. Res. Fair- 
field, Ct. 

They had one child. 
7626. -f Bertha FullcrS Wheeler, b. Jan. 30, ISGS; m. Leslie Jennings. 

3642. HARRIET ]\rARIA^ WH:EELER {same rlcscnii as 
3641) b. :\rar. 12, 1844, Bridgeport, Ct. ; m. (1) Nov. 28, 18G2, 
Henry l^radley Sherman, b. Oct. 21, 1841; d. Nov. 18, 1889, Bridge- 
port, Ct. ; m. (2) Feb. 15, 1871, Shcpard Hall Pierce, b. Sept. 2-3, 
1848. Mr. and Islm. Sherman were divorced. Res., North Haven, 
Ct. 

She had three children liy first and two by second marriage, 
the first three all bom in Bridgepf-rt, Ct. 

7627. Mary EsthejS Sherman, b. Apr. 5, ISG-J'; m. Sept. 1, 188.5, Edward 

Croswel) Downs, b. Oct. 6, 18G1, New Ilroven, Ct. Two sons died in 
iiif'iney. 'Mo^:., No. Haven, Ct. 

7628. Charles Henry Sherman, b. July 25, 1S6G; d. Nov. 8, 18G6, Bridgeport, 

Ct. 

7629. William Morehouse Sherman, b. Sept. 19, 1867; d. Sept. 20, 3 867. 

7630. Mason Eber.czcr Pierce, b. Apr. 30, 1872, New Haven, Ct.; d. Aug. 16, 

1S72, New Haven, Ct. 
7631.-}-AUee Elizabeth Pierce, b. May 11, 1S73; m. Willett Pierpont. 

3648. HORACE'' WHEELER {John 1518, Dchorah 654, 
Josiah 221, Ehenczer 77, Thomas 12, Ezckicl 2, Thomas 1) h. 
Mar. 2.3, 1844, Greenfield Hill, Ct. ; d. INlay 31, 1P03, Shelton, Ct. ; 
m. (!) Halti<> Nichols; m. (2) Feb. 13, 1S72, Sarah, dan. of John 
Clark and ^^ally (Nichols) ^Jallett, b. July 3, 1849, Tashiui, Ct. 

He had tliree children hy second marriage, all boru in 
Shelton, Ct. 



NINTH GENERATION 657 



7632, Edward Malletta Wbeelcr, b. July 11, 1874; d. Mar. 26, 1RS2. 
7633.+ Alice Elizabeth ^Yheelcr, b. Jan. 11, 1876, m. Henry ScLneider. 
7634. Franklyn Lyrou AVbeeler, b. Feb. 1, 1822. 

3649. ESTHERS WHEELER {same descent as 36iS) b. 
Nov. 22, 1845, Easton, Ct. ; m. Sept. 26, 1866, Levi FrauldxTa 
Sherwood, b. Feb. 28, 1839, Greenfield Hill, Ct. Res., Soutbport, 
Ct. 

They ]jad tliree ebiklreii, all born in Soutbport, Ct. 

7635.+Eoya.l Wheeler'J Sherwood, b. May 28, 1870; m. Henrietta .Jennings. 

7636. Lillian Esther Sherwood, b. Nov. 9, 1874; d. Feb. 3, 1879, Southport, Ct. 

7637. Anna Vv^hecler Sherwood, b. Nov. 2, ISSl. Ees., Southport, Ct. 

3650. DAVID BURRITT« WHEELER {same descent as 
364S) b. Sept. 19, 1847, Easton, Ct. ; d. Apr. 21, 1904, Terrell, Tex.; 
m. July 17, 1877, Sarah, dau. of John and Jane (Hardin) Gnatt. 

They had two children. 

763S.-f Frank Burritt^ Wheeler, b. Apr. 20, 1S7S; m. Thirza Lovell. 
7639.+,Tohn "William Yv'heeler, m. Matilda ^Vllite. 

3G51. WILLlAIsI SANPORD^ AVHEELER {some descent 
as S6dS) b. Nov. 11, 1849, Easton, Ct. ; d. Oct. 2, 1900, Shelton, Ct. ; 
m. Nov. 2, 18()9, Alary, dau. of Joseph and Julia Fields, b. Dec. 
16, 1850, Easton, Ct. 

They had one child. 

7640. Cliarles^' ^Vheolcr, b. Nov. IS, 1871; d. Jan. 16, 1SS5. 

3655. JOHN« SANFORD {Daniel 1535, Joseph C62, David 
226, David 78, Thomas 12, Er.cMel 2, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 23, 1850, 
Hammondsport, N. Y. ; m. Alar. 27, 1878, Alary, dau. of Lorenzo 
and Hannah (Smith) Sanford, b. Apr. 23, 1851, Troupsl)urg, 
N. Y. Res., Hammondsport, N. Y. 

They liad two children, born in Hammondsport, N. Y. 

7641. Daniel 1).^ b. Feb. 21, 188] . Kcs., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

7642. Lydia Ella, b. Doc. 14, ISSl. Kcs., Ilammond.sport, N. Y. 

3659. NANCY^ SANFORD {Sullivan 1538, Joseph GG2, 
David 226, David 7S, Thomas 12, Ezckiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 2, 
1853, Savona, N. Y.; m. Dec. 27, 1876, Daniel White, b. Apr. 27, 

(42) 



fif.S TilE TIIO^IAS SANFORI) FAMILY 

1850, Campbell, N. Y. Tliey lived on a farm in Savona, N. Y., 
until 1896, -when they removed to Ann Arbor, j\lich., to educate 
their children, and where they now reside. 

They had two children, born in Savona, N. Y. 

7643. FloreiKo^' White, b. Mar. 2, 18S4. Is a mombcr of the clas.s of 1910 

in the homeopathic hospital for nuisie. 
7G44. Carrie May "White, b. May 14, ISSD. Is a mombcr of the class of 1909, 

University School of Music. 

3660. AVARDEN Y.« SANFORD {same descent as 3659) 
b. Mar. 11, 1859, Bath, N. Y. : m. June 17, 1885, Nellie M., dau. of 
Daniel O'Donnell, b. Oct. 30, 1S6:], Berlin, Ont. Res., Freeland, 
]\Iieh. 

They had ten children, all except Grace boru in Freeland, IMich. 

7645. RilJa L.&, b. Dec. 3, 1886. 

7Gi6. Ovace T., b. Xov. 2<^, ISSS, Saginaw, Midi. 

4647. Irene M., b. June 22, 1S91; d. Mar. 5, 190P, Freeland, Mich. 

764S. Allie :\r., b. Aug. 27, 1893. 

7649. Don W., b. Jan. 1, 1S96. 

7G50. S. T.. b. Dec. 3 2, 189S. 

7G51. Anna Beelc, b. Mar. 10, 1S99. 

7G52. Helen L., b. ,1-uly 2.j, 1901. 

7653. Darie! O'Donm-ll, b. Dec. 30, 1902. 

7G54. Van Kenren, b. Fob. 21, 190G. 

3661. CARRIE^ SANFORD (same descent as 3659) b. 
June 30, 18G1, Bath, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 12, 1834, Patrick O'Couuor, 
b. Sept. IS, 1852, Barry town, N. Y. :\[r. O'Connor is a railroad 
man. Res., Grand Rapids, I\lieh. 

They had two children. 

7655. William Ohulstoneo O'Connor, b. A\i<x. 10, 1887, Laporle, Mieh. Is a 

stuJcnt in tlie I'niversity of ^Michigan. 
765G. Marilla Carrie O'Connor, b. Jan. 13, 1890, Grand Eapids, Mich. 

3662. REV. SA:\1UEL F.^ SANFORD (David 1539, Joseph 
662. David 226, David 78, Thoiitas 12. Ezrhirl 2, Thomas 1) b. 
Aug. 6, 1851, Thur.ston, N. Y. ; m. (1) .lu.Iy 11, 1877, IMary. dau. of 
Almond Bennrtt, b. at Painted Post, N. Y. : d. July 9, 1881 ; ni. (2) 
July 32, 1S83, Martbn L., d;.u. of Gillu-rt and Cornelia A. Bidwell. 
i\Ir. Sanford Avas educated at Lin;a Seminary, and entered the 
ministry of the 3.Iethodist l'>piseo{nil Cluirch in 187G. lie has 



KINTH GENERATION C59 



served pastorates at DuJKlee, N. Y., Palmyra, N. Y., Ithaca, N. Y., 
S.yracuse and other plact'S. In 1907 lie was appointed District 
Supt. of Ehnira District. Kes., Elmira, N. Y. 
Iltj had tvro children by first marriage. 

7657. Almond TimncttP, b. ^^Inr. 14, 1S7S; d. ^far. 28, 1SS9. 
7G58. Caroline Mfiry, b. Mar. 14, 187S ; d. Sept. 4, 1885. 

3G65. :\IELYIN« SANFORD {John ir,40, Joseph 662, David 
226, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezckiel 2, Thomas 1) h. Feb. 8, 1854, 
Bath, X. Y. ; m. Nov. 26, ISSl, Jennie M. Follansbee. Ee.^., Thurs- 
ton, N. Y. 

They had tliree children. 

7659. Laura E.9, m. ITenry Youngs, 

7660. + Cnn-io M., d. Apr. 6, IfujS; m. Tloyd Bates. 
76G1. Catherine M., d. May 2, 1907. 

3666. WAEKEX^ SANFORD {same descent as 3665) b. 
Sept. 21, 1S60; deceased ; m. Sept. 21, 1860, Eva, dan. of John Lyon, 
b. Jan. 5, 1S65, Thurston, N. Y. Ees., Savona, N. Y. 

They had one child. 

7CG2. JIarry TlA', h. Apr. 25, ISSG, Riterville, Pa.; m. Iva, dan. of Bert 
Mfivfu'ld, b. >rar. 5, 18SS, York, N. Y. 

3667. GEORGE'^ SANFOED {Thomas 1541, Thmneis 665, 
John 22S, David 7S, Tho)nas 12, Fzchicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 3, 
1820, Savona. X. Y. .- d. Dec. 27, ]SG2, Savona, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 29, 
1847, Mary. dan. of Exev. Asa Orcult, b. Apr. 20, 1828, Troupsbnrrr, 
N. Y. Res.. Savona, X. Y. 

They had five children, all born m Savona, X. Y. 

7G63.-f Frank A.s, b. Mar. 2(3, 1849; d. Jan. 26, 1906; m. Margaret JTewoy. 
7664. :^^artll:i, b. :May 15, 1S51; in. Mar. 2, 1S72, Seward Burt, b. .Tuly 25, 

1S19, Corninjr, X. Y.; d. Jan. 6, 1886, BiughaiutoTi, X. Y. Xo 

children. Ees., Savona, X. Y. 
7665.4-TIiram, b. May 4, 185 1; m. Hattie Glover. 
7Gn6. + Ella, b. Mar. 2, 1855; m. Fred Locke. 
7GC7.H John, b. dune 3, 1861; ni. Estella Corau. 

3669. .lOnX^ SAXFORD {same descent as 3667) b. Apr. 1, 
]823. Savona, X. Y. ; d. Xov. 26, 1907, Bradford, X. Y.; m. 1847, 



660 THE TIIOI^IAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



Mary H. Bartholomew. Mr. Sauford engiiged in sav/ing, -Rhicli 
trade he followed forty years. 
They had two cliildrcu. 

70US.H-Ariii;if', m. N. B. Fionch. 

7Ct59.4-Alori/o B., b. May .1, 1S5-1; m. Enuna Clark. 

3G70. AA^ILLIA^P SANFOED {same descent as 3667) b. 
Nov. 4, 3S25, Savona, N. Y. ; d. 1SG3, Baton Rouge, La.; in. Nov. 6, 
1S5S, Philinda, dau. of AYarren A^an Arnburg, b. Dec. 11, 183-1, 
Savona, N. Y.- d. Dec. 19, 1887, Bradford, N. Y. Mr. Sanford 
was a member of the IClst N. Y. A^'ol. Inf. 

They had one child. 

7670.-i-Evu J.o, b. !<cpt. IS, ISGl; ni. William Earliley. 

• 3G71. CATHEEINE« SANFOED {same descent as 3667) b. 
Nov. 24, 1826, Savona, N. Y.; d. May 24, 1874, Ilorseheads, N. Y.; 
rn, David Sdiofield, b. Feb. 3, 1817, ITlx. N. Y.- d. July 19, 1864, 
Bath, N. Y. 

They bad six children. 

7G71.+T)elln9 Sdiofield, b. July 12, ISdO; hi. EicLard Canfield. 

7672.+,Tucison ScLofidd, b. :\lar. 13, 1S52; m. Anna Kecler. 

7673.+Libby Schofield, b. Aug. 19, 1856; m. Stewart Snell. 

7674.+ Alice Schofield, b. Mar. 23, 1S60; d. Dec. 31, 1897; m. Andrew ]\Iiller. 

767G.+Tliomas Seliofield, b. Miw. 1, 1862; m. Cora-'Nash. 

767G. + :Mary Schof'cld, b. Is'ov. 2-i, 1S63; in. Eniriictt Vaughn. 

3G72. BHADF0]:D^^ S.ANFOED {sam^ descent as 3667) b. 
Nov. 10, 1827, Savona, N. Y. ■ d. July, 1880, Savona, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 
22, 1852, Jane, dan. of A^^illiam Tyler, b. Dec. 29, 1828, Savona, 
N. Y.; d. Oct. ]9, 1907. Savona, N. Y. :\rr. Sanford was sergeant 
in Co. J)., IHLst A\il. liif. He was killed by lightning. 

Thuy liad two children, born in Savona, N. Y. 

7677.+Williain'-», b. 1860; ni. Ida Erskine. 

767S. Stella, b. 1868; d. Feb. 11, 1900, Savona, N. Y.; ni. Nov. 17, 1898, 
Edward jNtadell. No children. 



3674. iMARY ANN'^ SANFOED {same descent as 3667) b. 
Apr. 11, 1831, Savona, N. Y. ; d. Mar. 24, 1892, Litchfield, Mich.; 
m. Oet. n, 1849, AViUiam Heath, b. Jan. 21, 1828, Brid])ort, Yt. 
Ees., Litchfield, Mich. 



NINTH GENERA TfON 6G1 



They had eight children, the first three aU born in Savoiia, 
N. Y. and the last five in Litchfield, Mich, 

1079. Emma" Ileatb, b. Aug-. S, DS.^1; mm. Eer.., I.itclifield, Mich. 

7G80.+Livo7-iia TIeatli, b. Feb. 21, 1859; m. Nathan .Smith. 

7GS1. Dora Hrath, b. June 2, 1861; rn. May 7, 1S95, John Simpson, b. Aug. 

13, 18G2, Burlington, la. No ehildreu. Res., Fuirbury, Neb. 
76S2. Francis Heath, b. June 10, 18GG; d. Sept. 5, 1S70. 
76S3.+Lottio Heath, b. June 9, 18GS; m. Delos Barber. 
7684.+Edua Heath, b. Sept. 30, 1870; ni. Juban Thorn. 
76S5.+William Heath, Jr., b. Nov. 13, 1S72; m. Lottio Kennedy. 
768G.+Bradley Heath, b. Feb. 14, lS7o; m. Hattie Wooden. 

3675. I\i:ORRTS« SANFOJID {same descent as 3667) b. Feb. 
13, 1833, Savona, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 13, 1906, Union City, l^.Iicli. ; ra. 
(1) June, 1854, ^Jnviha, daii. of Sarah Tea.-hman, d. 1871 ; ra. (2) 
Oct., 1882, Kathr-rine, dan. of Abram and Kaiherinc Kell, 1). Oct. 
19, 1842, Pulasld, Mich. Res., Union City, Midi. 

He had one child by first marriage, 

7GS7.+C]ydeP, b. Apr. 3, 1SG2; m. Cora Johnson, 

S676. NANCY« SANFORD {same descent as 3667) b. Jan. 
16, 1835, Savouji, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 2, 185S, David L. Bartholomew, 
b. Ang. 19, 1832, Bradford, N. Y.; d. Apr. 10, 1907, Bradford, 
N. Y. Res., Bradford, N. Y. 

They had four children, all born in Bradford, N. Y. 

7G8S.+FIora5' Bartholomew, b. Mar. 5, 18G0; m. Henry Axtelh 

7GS9. AUjert Bartlioloracw, b. Sept. 1-5, 18G6; d. Jan. 3, 1S67, Bradford, N. Y. 

7690, Hflbert Barthoh>meu-, b. Sept. 1-5, 18GC; m. Mar. 30, 1890, Euinui, dau. 

of J. T. ]\[r,rim, b. Feb. 1, 1SC7, Savona, N. Y. No children. Ees., 

Savona, N. Y. 
7G91, Viola Bartholonicvr, b. June 12, 1871; num. lies., Bradford, N. Y. 

3677. TJIO^fAS HALL^ SANFORD {same descent as 3667) 
b, Nov. 23, 1837, Savona, N. Y. ; d. ^lar. 25, 1904, Bradford, N. Y. ; 
m. Apr. 21, 1864, Sarah, dau. of Lewis ^Vood, b. Oct. 3, i840, 
Bradford, N. Y. ^Fr. Saufoi'd was engaged in farming and Inmbcr- 
ing the greater part of his life. Served in the Civil War iu Co. D, 
2d ]\Iich. Vol. Inf. 

They had two children born in Homer, IMich. 

7692,+Agneso, b. Ang. 13, 1867; d. Feb. G, 1902; m. J. J. Switzer. 
7693,+Ed,c:ar Le\vi3, b. Au-^. 29, 1S70; m. Clara Johnson. 



THE TIIOMAR BANFORD F^JflLY 



S678. EITNICP]^ SANF017D {Joseph 1543, Thoinaa 665, 
John 223, David 7S, Thomas 12, Ezchiel 2, Thomas 1) b. A])x; 17, 
1829; d. Feb. 13, 1S59, Lisbon, 111.; ro. June 21, 181G, William M. 
Bassett, b. June 11, IB:?:!, Bath, N. Y. ; d. May 10, 1S93, Coldwattr, 
Mich. 

They had four children. 

7C94. + Alraon S.s Bassett, b. Feb. S, 1S48; m. Catlierine No\\land. 

TCDo. + rcrliua M. Bassett, b. Sept. 25, 1S51; d. Jau. 27, 1902; m. William 

Case. 
7696.+Judson L. Bassett, b. Oct. 22, 1854; m. Eunice ilo^^ucr. 
7697.+Frank M. Bassett, b. July 27, 1S57; la. I\Iabel Sauford. 

SG80. MINERVA^ SANFORD {same descent as 3678) b. 
Dec. 29, 1833 ; m. Mar. 7, 1852, Peier Kittle, d. 190S. Res., Davison, 
Mich. 

They had seveTi children. 

7G9S. Frodcrick^ Kittle, b. Nov. 16, lSo2; d. Mar. 31, 18oG. 

7699. John D. Kittle, b. Feb. 17, 1S55. 

7700. Miranda C. Kittle, b July 11, 1S56. 

7701. + Sarah E. Kittle, b. Oct. 19, 1S5S; m. Herbert AVlieelock. 

7702. Alice Xora Kittle, b. Apr. 10, 1SG5; di. Juue 12, 1SS3, Frank Difens, b. 

Dec. 12, 1SG4. 

7703. Joseph E. Kittle, b. Mar. 29, 18G9; d. Oct. 10, 1S77. 

7704. Jiulson B. Kittle, b. Aug. 29, 1S70; ni. Ocl. 21, 1900, 'Neva C. Smith, b. 

Dec. 15, 1SV9. 



3681. EMDjY^ SANFORD {somc descent as 367S) b. July 1, 
1835; d. Sept. 10, ]8r)2; m. Jobn Marim. 
They had one child. 

77C5. Charleso Mariia, b. June 27, ]S61. 

3683. TnITRANDA^ SANFORD {same descent as 367S) b. 
May 20, 1839; d. May 28, 1908, Juniata, Mich.; m. Sept. 4, 18G5, 
Fitch Richmond, b. Aug. 7, 1839. 

They had six. children. 

7706. Mina A.J» Kichinond, b. June 3, ]SGG. 

7707. Bradford D. lUchmond, b. Oct. 1. 1SG7. 

7708. Evr) ^t. Richmoud, b. Nov. 20, ITwO. 

7709. Otis J. Kichujond, 1). .Ian. S, 1S75. 

7710. Dean D. Richmond, b. May 23, 1S77; d. Oct. ]1, ISSl. 

7711. Homer C. Richmond, b. Sept. 9, 1S79. 



NINTH GENERATION C63 



3684. BENJA:\riN'* SANFOllD {same descent as 3678) b. 
Dec. 20, 1841, in Steuben Co., N. Y.; m. Apr. 13, 1867, Caroline 
Howell, 1). July 18, 1846; d. Apr. ]0, 1886, Davison Mieb. Ees., 
Davison Sta., ilicb. 

They liad five children. 

7712. -f Edgar V.», b. May 14, 1SG9; m. Lydia Dcnwis . 
7713.+Frank. b. Mar. 15, 1S71; m. .Jobauna C.irthy. 
7714.+Alice L., b. Dec. 28, 1S7S; m. Otis Eeeser. 

7715. Iva D., b. Jan. 29, I8S2, Brandon, Midi. 

7716. Mabel M., b. Sept. 15, 18S3, Brandon, Mich. 



3687. JUDSOX C.^ SANFOKD {same descent a^ 3678) b. 
i\Iay 27, 1848; d. Nov. 3, 1898, Ortonvilie, Mich.; m. July 4, 1871, 
Gertinide, dan. of Jcreiniah and Adeline Thomjison, b. I\Iav. 2G, 
1856, Groveland, ]\Iich. 

They had four children, all except Grace l)oru in Brandon, 
I\Iich. 

■717.4-(;corgc E.^, b. Nos". 22, 1872; m. Coorgiana Yortoii. 

77 IS. Judsou J., b. Mar. 11, 1873; m. .July 3, 190S; has a daughter b. May 20, 

IWOit. Eos., Roscon.mon, Mieh. 
7719.4-Arclae \V., b. Sept. 22, 1S7-4; m. (1) Cecelia Biliiios; in. (2) Dora 

Mnriju. 
7720.H-Grace M., b. Nov. 3, 1SS2; ni. Jolui Mead. 

3696. CAPtOLTXE^ SCIIOFIELD {Nancy J 541, John 666, 
John .228, David 78, Tliomas 12, Ezckid 2, Thomas J) d. in Towns- 
end, N. Y. ; m. — Piper. 

They had two children. 

7721. Bartonii Piiu-r, editor of the "Wall:ins Iteviow", Watkins, N. Y. 

7722. Albert Piper. 

3697. HANXATT A.^ WOODRUFF {Mary 1545, John 666, 
John 228, David 7s, Thomas 12, Ezcl-iel 2, Thomas 1) b. Dee. 16, 
1819; d. ab. 1879, Dcvore, Ind.; in. Feb. 1, 1838, Isaac Benedict. 

Tlicy liad six children. 

7723. .roh.n B.» I'euedict, lives in the old log house; iias seven chiUlren. 

7724. Mary E. Jienedict, is n\arried aud lives in Arkansas. 

7725. Alfred Sanford P.enedict, school teacher. Has wife and one child. 
772(5. Aliee Bcncdiof, m. Solui.-t/.er. One child. 

7727. George B. Benedict. Bes., Ionia. I^lich. 

7728. Ilattic Benedict. 



664 TJIE TIJOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



3699. HETTY 'M' AVOODEUFF {same de.<^cenf as S6D7 ) b. 
Mar. SO, 1S24; d. Apr., 1890, Penn Yau, N. Y.; m. Jau. 3, 1845, 
George M. Jayiies. 

They Iiad three cliildren, 

7729.-[ :\[:iry C.a Jajncs, b. 1F.3:J; d. 1SS5; m. Eyron V»>bstcr. 

7730. Alice Jayuos, b. 1S56; d. 1SS4. 

7731. Frank B. Jaynes, b. ab. 185S; rn. Yiola Bigelovr. Ten cliUdren. 

3700. ALFRED SANFOE.D^ WOODRUFF {same descent 
as 3697) h. Dec. 27, 1826; d. 1899, Detroit, Mich.; m. Serepta 
Prindle. 

They had seven children. 

7732. AlonzoB Woodruff. 

7733. David \Voodrufi. 

7734. Frank Woodruti". 

7735. Alfred Woodruff. 
773G. William Woodruff. 

7737. jvlinnie Woodruff. 

7738. Sr.rah Woodruff. 

3794. JjEX..E-\ArrX D.^ "WOODRUFF {same desecnf as 3697) 
b. Nov. 5, 183G, North Urhana, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 22, 1907, Penn Yan, 
N. Y. ; m. T^oc. 11, 1861, Mary C. Longwell. 

Tliey had two children. 

7739. Howard B.? Woodruff, b. i\l"ay 1, ]SC4; m. Jan. 22, 1S90, Eoxie G. 

Depcw. No children. Res., Dundee, N. Y. 

7740. Jauics B. Woodruff, b. jNlay 4, ISSO; m. July f!0, 1905, N;nia C. Young. 

Mr. Woodruff' is a physician in Eochester, N. Y. 

3705. SARAH y..^ WOODRUFF {same desceni as 3697) b. 
Jnly ], 18-il; d. Se])t. 23, 1S95, Clarissa, IM nr i. ; rn. 1858, Jarnes V. 
Glann. 

They had three children. 

77-^1. Eniuia F.s Glann, b. ISGl; m. W. T. Kni-!it. Bes., Eevcre, Minn. 
77-12. Vwlliam D. Glann, b. 1S63. Kes., Seattle, Wash. 

7743. Georgic Glann, b. 18G7; ni. Bollcn. 

3707. :\rAR'Y ANX^ SCIIOFIELD {FAizahcth 1546, John 
666, John 228, David 7S, Thomuis 12, Ezcldcl 2, Thomas 1) b. ^lar. 
14, 1825: d. Sept. 5, 1850, llamniondsport, N. Y. ; m. 3847, Ben- 
jamin Siinniond.s. 

They had two children. 

7744. DaughtorP, deceased. 

7745. George Simmouds, a soldier in the Civil War. 



NINTH GENERATION 665 



3712. KEBECCA« SCHOFIELD (same descent as 3707) b. 
Mar. 14, .1842, IMt. Wasliiugton, K. Y. ; m. Sept. 19, 18G1, Samuel 
Wixsou. Res., Watkius, N. Y. 

They liad six children. 

7746. EmmaP ^\i^:son, b. June 22, 1S6C ; d. Apr. 2G, .1S70. 

7747. Kathcrinc Wi.xson, b. Mar. 5, 1864; d. Pec. 10, ]SG4. 
7748.+Mary Ellen Wisson, b. Eeb. 1, 186G; d. Dec. 22, 190-4; m. Graitoii Vclex. 
7749.+Lewis S. WLxson, b. Aug. 23, 1S6S; ra. Eoxio Harrison. 
7750.+HezekJab Wixson, b. Apr. 20, 1S72; ni. Ilenriettri Davis. 
7751.+Ceorge Wixson, b. Apr. 10, 1875; m. Elizabeth Bryant. 

3713. JANE« SANFOKD (John 1547, John 666, John 22S, 
David 78, Thnjnas 12, Ezclild 2, Thcnnas 1) b. Feb. 15, 1831, 
Senaca, 0.; d. in Cherolcoe, Kan.; in. Peter Bryan. 

They luid four ehildren, all born in Defiance, 0. 

77-52. John Pctor'J Bryan. 

7753. "Rfbc.xa BrvMn, m. Bryan. 

7754. ITannah Bryan, ju. Graham. 

7755. Nancy J'.rjan. 

3714. REBECCA^ SANFORD {same descent as 3713) b. 
May 26, ]8;-;2, Senaea, 0.; d. July 23, 1893, Putnam Co., 0.; m. 
John Grant b. July 11, 1822. 

They had eiplit cliildren. 

7756. Davidn Grant, b. July 1, 1S52, Dofiauco, O. B.'S., Defiance, O. 

7757. JMui Grant, b. Sept. 9, 1855; d. Mar. 9, ISCl. 
775S. George Grant, b. Oct. 10, 1S57; d. Jan. 27, 1858. 
7759.-l-Franldin Grant, b. Fob. 25, ISGU; m. Janotto Thoriiton. 

7760. Joseph Grant, b. Apr. 18, ]8G2. 

7761. + I!ecta J. Grant, b. F(-l^. IS, 1SG5; d. ]\rar. 9, 1892; m. Loul.s Bool. 
7762.-fAlico M. Grant, b. Aj.r. 7, 1870; d. Jan. 3, 1894; ni. Louis l^ool. 
7763. Lewis Giant, b. A^r. ]], 1S74. 

3716. ELIZA ANX^ SANFORD {same descmt as 3713) b. 
Apr. 28, 183(i, Defiance, 0. ; ni. Feb. G, 1853, Sanuu'l Yanvlerat, b. 
Dee. 16, 1S32. Ives.. Onondaga, Mieli. 

Tliey had six cliildren, the first four all liorn in DL'fianee, 0. 

7764.4-Johno Yanvlerat, b. Nov. 25, 1853; m. Amelia Smith. 
7765. Jane Electa Yanvlerat, b. Apr. 10, 1855. Kcs., Winlield, Mich. 
7766.-|-A/m Eliza Yanvlerat, b. Jan. 3, 1857; m. Chauncey Conklin. 
7767.+I«afayrt(c ll.-.milton Yanvlerat, b. Sept. ?,, 1860. 
776S. + E??eUla Amanda Yanvlerat, b. Nov. 5, 18G3; m. Gliarles Grennell. 
7769. Flora Yanvlerat, b. Oct. 7, 1865, Ililb^d.-'le, Mich.; d. Apr 24, 1S70, 
Winfiold, Mich. 



6G6 TUy. TIIO^MAS SANFOR]) FA^.TILY 



3718. ANDREW JACKSON^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3713) b. ]\rnr. C, 1840, Defiance, 0.; m. Rachel Riekner. Res., 
Defiance, 0. 

Tlie.y liad two ehiltlreu, Loin in Dcfi'UK'o, 0. 

V770. F. M.«, b. Feb. 2, 1861; m. Susau, dau. of John llahu. E^s., Defiance O. 

7771. + Kozilla, b. lS61j m. Abraliara KWAAe. 

3722. ELECT A« SANFORD {same descent as 3713) b. Dec. 
17, 18-19, Defiance, 0.; m. Dec. 20, 1868, An.stin, son of Henry and 
Eleanor (Frazee) AViug, deceased. Res., Continental, 0. 

They had twelve cliildren. 

7772. + JjiTvis I)\vella9 ^\"\ln^, b. Oct. 24, 1S69 ; m. M^tv Willi;!nis. 
7773.+Jol.n Sanford Wing, b. Apr. 20, 1S71; m. Claudia IVfeCor. 
7774. Lfi\ns Cassias Wing, b. Sept. IS, 1S72. 
7775.+Wil]iam Albin Wing, b. Dee. 22, 1S74; ra. Leone Ault. 

7776. Estelia Cora Wing, b. Aug. 30, 1S76; m. Feb. 12, 1902, Jonathau W. 

Pacsl, b. Nov. 3, 1S40. No children. Res., Ottawa, Out. 
7777.+Delfovd Austin Wing, b. Oct. 15, ]s7S; m. ^farj Prall. 

7778. Graeic Einora Wing, b. Apr. 21, ISSO; d. Sept. 2, 1S80. 

7779. + Electa Eleanor Wing, b. Dec. 28, ISSl; ni. B. D. Quaintance. 

7780. Lucy Florence Wing, ni. Ang. 19, 1908, Lloyd Tiller, b. Feb. 7, 1882, 

Dujiont, O. 

7781. Mary Leola Wing, b. Feb. 18, 1S85; d. Sept. 3, 188"). 

7782. Frank V.'ing, b. Jan. 20, ISSS; d. Mar. 24, ISSS. 

7783. -f Missouri .lane Wing, b. Jlay 25, 1891; m. Gilbert Bonecutter. 

3724. GEORGE^ SANFORD {same descent as 3713) b. 
Feb. 19, 1855, Defiance, 0.; ni. (1) Jnne 8, 1877, Julia ITahn ; m. 
(2) Jul,- 16, 1895, Sarah (Williams) Crowiif.', b. June 6, 18G4. 

He had three children b\' first marriage. 

7784. John Millero, b. Dec. 2G, 1879. 

7785. ATiua IStyrlle, b. Nov. 16, 1881. 

7786. Mary Etta, b. Sept. 17, 1883. 

3725. AVlLETAAr IlEXRY^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3713) b. Nov. 15, 1857, Defiance, 0.: m. (1) Feb. 9, 1877, Julia, 
dau. of Nathan Spencer, b. -Inly 2o. 1860, Defiance, 0.; d. I\Iar. 
23, 1885, Defiance, 0.; m. (2) July 4, 1887, Sarah Ranes, b. July 
26, 1860, Defiance. 0. Res., Onondaga, ]\Iich. 

He had tv.o child rer. by first and five by second marriage. 

7787. Andrewy, b. Sepl. 30, 1881; m. Aug. 5, 1006, Minnie Kessy. 

7788. Leroy, b. Jan. 25, 1884; d. M:-y 4, 1S90. 



NlXTir GEXERATTON 667 



77S9. Fr;mk]in, b. Jan. 25, ISSS, ]Jcfiancc, O.; d. Au^-r. 1], 190-J, Grand River 
Mich. 

7790. Nora, b. Aug. ]7, ]SS9j m. Dec. 22, 1900, Frank Warner. 

7791. Charles, b. May 29, 3R92, Defiance, 0. 

7792. Edna, b. July 1], 189-1, ContinfEial, O. 

7793. Flora, b. M:ar. 27, 1S9G, Continental, O.; d. Apr. 7, 1S99, Continental, 0. 

3726. HANNAH^ SANFORD {sawc descent as 3713) b. 
Feb. 16, 1S61, Defiance, 0. ; m. 1877, Jacob Kraft. Res., Defiance, 0. 
They had two children. 

7791. Olivero Kraft. 

7795. Gertrude Kraft. 

3737. ANN ELIZABETH^ SANFORD {David ic.i9, John 
666, John 22S, David 78, TJioynas 12, Ezehiel 3, Thomas 1) b. I\Ia5- 
31, 1837, Mt. Wa.shington, N. Y.; d. Oct. 21, 1907, Thurston, 
N. T. ; m. Nov., 185G, "William H. Plarrison. 

They had three children. 

7796. GeorgcP Harrison, b. 1SG4; d. younp. 

7797. Eoxie Harrison, b. 1806; in. Lc\\is Wixsou {see 7749). Res., Rochester 

N. Y. 
7798.+Wi]]iani Harrison, b. ISCS; ni. Dora Demming-. 

3738. >SARAIF^ SANFORD {same dcsccni as 3737) h. Feb. 
13, 1839, Bradford, N. Y. ni. (]) Sept. 10, 18G1, Clarence 
Brundag.', d. Feb. 3, 1S79 ; m. (2) Nov. IG, 1891, William H. 
Wheeler, b. Nov. 15, 1827, Savona, N. Y. Res., Cameron, N. Y. 

She had three children by fir.st marringe, all born in ^It. 
Washington, N. Y. 

7799. Clarabcl'-' Drundage, b. Feb. 11, 1S63; d. Mar. 31, 1S9S, Cameron, N. Y.; 

unni. 
7800.+Jennio Brundage, b. Nov. 10, 1S64; ni. Levds Honejnnan. 
7801. Pierce Brundago, b. Feb. 10, 1SG7; m. May 8, 1892, Evelina, d.-iu. of 

Ogden Honeynian, b. Feb. 11, lSG-1, Trenton, N. J. No children. 

Res., Ut. Washington, N. Y. 

3739. JOHNS SANFORD {Andrew J550, John 66C, John 
2.28, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezckicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 25, 1838, 
Recdto^\•n. 0.; d. Ang. 22, 190G ; m. Nov. 5, ]SG1, Eliza Ann. daii. 
of I\rilton 1\\. and Eydia (Croxton) :\Ie]Ien, b. Mar. 7, 1S13. Attica, 
O. 



GGS T]1E TnOI^rAS SANFOJ.'D FAMILY 



Mr. Sanford vras a farmer and later a carpenter. He \vas a 
hard-working, honest and competent man. IMrs. Sanford resides 
in Attica, 0. 

They had six children. 

7802.-[- Alices, h. Au^. 13, 1&62,- m. Dr. Cl,iron Miller. 

7803.+A3idrew John, b. Jan. 14, 1SG5; m. Ettio Elswortli. 

7804. -f Clayton C, b. May 1, 1867; m. Delia Shanks. 

7805.+M:ay, b. M:u. 15, 1SG9; m. Louis Ivliller. 

780G.+Frynklin Clifford, b. Oct. 10, 1871; m. (1) Clara Folk; m. (2) Laura 

Tieno. 
7807. David Earl, b. Jan. 14, 1886, Attica, O.; m. June 8, IDOS, Elizabeth 

Bayers. l\Ir. Sanford lives ou the home farm v,-itb his jnother. He is 

a rural mail carrier. Ees., Attica, O. 

3740. BENJAT\iIN« SANFORD (same descent as 3739) b. 
Mnv. 6, 1840, Eeediov>Ti, 0.; d. I\ray 17, 1908, Marion, 0.; m. ]\rar. 
10, 1864, Frances, dau. of Isaac Lanning, b. Jan. 14, 1847, Barring- 
ton, N. Y. i\rr. Sanford was a farmer and mail carrier. He served 
in the Civil War. 

They had three children. 

780S.^-Lcroyf', b. Oct. 23, 1S67; m. Margaret Schultz. 

7809. Leverne, b. Jan. 9, 1SS3, Seam, O.; d. Sept. ?, ]SS3, Seam, O. 

7810. Anson, b. July 19, 1885, Seam, O. Mr. Sanford is lime kec]ier in the 

Marion Steam Shovel Works at Marion, O. 

3741. ELIZA^ SANFOKD {same desccni as 3739) b. Nov. 
3, 1842, Reedtown, 0.; d. Oct. 13, 1892, Eastport, Mich.; m. 1\va\ 
15, 1858, Robert Richmond Willdnson, b. Dec. 28, 1834, Recdtovrn, 
0. 

^Ir. "Wilkinson was State Senator from ]^.Jichigan two years. 
He served iu the Civil War and is an ordained Baptist minister. 
Res., Canon City, Colo. 

They had four children, all born in Jamesto\s'n, Mich. 

7Sll.-f-Lortha:' Wilkinson, b. .Ian. 21, 3?Gt; m. Eugene Dyers. 
7S12.4Willis Wilkiu.^un, b. .Uiue 13, ISCo; m. Permelia Cross. 
7813.+Altha Wilkinson, b. A]u-. S, 1867; m. James Boice. 
7814.-fEayniond Wilkinson, b. Mar. 22, 1869; m. Mrs. Hattie (Cross) Blakeley. 

3742. DAViD^ SANFORh) {.^ame descent as 3739) h. Nov. 
1, 1S45, Rccdlowii, 0.; d. Apr. 9, 1883, New Washington, 0.; m. 
Mar. 21, 1807, :\r:n-garet, dau. of William and Sarah (Faloon) 
McKibben, b. .Ian. 20, 1847. (Sbe married Tvlar. 4, 1900, Silas 
Anwav, and resides at Central Lake. i\lieh.) 




])AVn> SANFOKl 
Nil. 3T1J 



NINTH GENERATION 669 



i\Ir. Sanford was educated in the Public Schools and the 
Schuler Acadeiny at Republic, 0. He enlisted Oct. 3, 1863, in the 
9th Oliio Vol. Cav. and served until the close of the war. He then 
studied lav,', was admitted to the bar, and taking up.^is residence 
at New ATashington, 0., practiced there until his death. 

They had one child. 

78]5.-fTda Liiollaf, b. Apr. 21, 1869; m. Kirhar-I Kiefer. 

3743. SARAH REBECCA^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3739) b. Sept. 28, 1S47, Recdtown, 0.; d. July 27, 1S97 ; buried in 
Central Lake, ^lich. ; m. :\lar. 5, ISGS, Silas B. v^Jiway, b. Mar. 9, 

1839. (After his wife's death he mari'ied Mar. 4, 1900, IMrs. 
David Sanford, his sister-in-law.) Res., Central Lake, !\rich. 

They hod two children, liorn in Woodland, jMicli. 

7815. Sanford B.f Anvray, b. Oct. 31, 1S71; in. Mnv 3, 1896, Ada, dau. of 
Tolly and Ileiiuoii Dolph, b. Dec. 16, 1874. No ehildrt-u. lies., 
Detroit, Mich. 

7817. -f Bertha M. Auway, b. June 21, 1S75; m. E. T. Edwards. 

3749. ANDREAY^ I;0NrrAELL {Echccca 1551, John 666, 
John 223, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezekicl 2, Thomas 1) b. June 9, 

1840, Bath, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 24, 1867, Rebecca, L., dnu. of Daniel and 
Susan Miller, b. Oct. 27, ]S40, Barrington, N. Y. Res., T'enn Van, 
N. Y. 

They had three children, all born in IMilo, N. Y. 

7S18. Herbert C.o Longwcll, b. Apr. 10, 1867; xn. June 27, 1S94, Maud A., 
da J. of Castncr and Amelia Goundry, b. Dec. IS, 1S7], [Nlilo, N. Y. 
No children. Ees., I'enn Yan, N. Y. 

7819.-flTelcn M. Lougwell, b. May 24, 1871; m. A. Clark Williams. 

7820. William A. Lonpwell, b. Ang. 22, 1876; d. Nev. 19, 1S76, ?^rilo, N. Y. 

3750. JOHN^ SANFORD {Thomas 1:>52. John 666, John 
228, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezchicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 25, 1835, 
Mt. Washington, N. Y. ; d. May 6, 1909, Savona, N. Y. ; m. ^NFar. 25, 
185G, Sarah A., dan. of Elizur Schofield, b. Oct. 13, 1S35. Urbaua, 
N. Y.; d. Dee. C, 1883. 

They liad eight childivn, all born in lb4)ana, N. Y. 

7821. Oeoroe Wo., b. Sept. 12, 1857; li. Doc. 3, 1879, Eva L., dau. of Wilson 

T. Woodruff, I). IS;"!?, Bath, N. Y. No children. Mr Sanford has 
furnished a large part of the record for his line. Ees., Savona, N. Y. 



670 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FA:sI1LY 

7S22. Thonuus, b. Judc 2G, 1859; d. Nov. 1(5, 1906; m. Katherinc Friend. No 

cliildren. They resided in Des Moines, la. 
7823.+l-;huej, h. June 29, ISGl; m. Joseph Wood. 
7824. Amanda, b. Aug. 11, 1863; d. Aug. 20, 186-4, llrbana, N. Y. 
782o.+Ul\sses Grant, b. Apr. in, I860; m. Lillian Norris. 
782G.-f Eliza J., b. Mar. 25, LSG7; ni. George Vanvlcet. 
7827.-|-El!a, b. June 12, 1SG9 ; m. William Vvoodhouse. 

7828. Eva, b. Juno 12, 18G9; d Mar. 30, 1870. 

3752. TIIO^rAS' SAXFORD {same descent as 3750) b. in 
i\rt. Washington, N. Y. ; m. Rosauna, dan. of Jotham Loclavood, 
b. in ]\)t. AYashiugton, N. Y. 

They liad two chihiron, ])orn in Mt. AYasliington, N. Y, 

7829. Eosas. Ees., Ilanmiondsrort, N. Y. 

7830. Ida. Ees., L'ocherjler, N. Y. 

3755. SARAH ANxN*^ YAInHOUTEN {Sarah 1553, Joli n 666, 
Jol}n 22s. David 78, Thomas 12, Ezekicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 29, 
1840, Urbana, N. Y. ; d.'Sept. 6, 190G, Benton^ Harbor, Micli. ; m. 
]\rar. 22. 1860, Coggshall AVall; d. 1897, Jnniata, Neb. 

They had one chUd. 

7831. Eodman X.'-< Wall, b. ISGl, CrovsTi Point, Ind.; unm. Eos., Benton 

Harbor, Midi. 

3756. E:\1ILY^^ van ITOUTEN {same descent as 3755) b. 
Ang. 29, 1843, T'rbana, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 15, 1907; m. Ang. 29, 1872, 
Rodman H. Y^ells, her brollier-in-la\v. 

They had two children, born in Crown Point, Ind. 

7832. + Jennie ^ryrtle!^ Wells, b. June 19, 1S73; ni. Herman Lehman. 

7833. Eodman Bireh Wells, b. IMar. 1, 1S7C; m. June 15, 1904, Mrs. Claribel 

Feverbaugh. No children. Ees., Crown Point, Irid. 

3757. JOHN RALPIP VAN HOUTEN {same descent as 
3755) b. in Seneca Co., 0.; d. Jan. 3, ]909, Jiiniatii, Neb.; })i. Oct. 
22, 1870, Jost"i)hine E. Chapman. 

They had five chiklren. 

7834. irugl,;- Vanhoute,.. Eesides in S. Dak. 

7835. Clnire Vanhouten. Ees., Juniata, Neb. 

7836. Fred Vanhoutea. Eesides 'in Mis.'^ouri. 

7837. Eoy Vanhouten. Ees., Los Angeles, Cal. 

7838. Kulph Vanhouten. Eos., Los Angeles, Cal. 



NINTH GENERATION 671 



3758. LORENA ELLEN* VANIIOUTEN (same descent as 
3755) h. July 22, 1848, Seiicca Co., O. ; m. (1) Aug. 11, 1868, 
Henry A. Culby, d. 1874; m. (2) "Wiliiain Spade, 

She had two children by first and one by second marriage. 

7S30. Jessie E.o Culby, b. Sept. IS, 1S93. 
7S40. + Johii II. Cnlby, b. 1S70; m. Nettie Ilite. 
7S4].+C].'uidia Sj'ade, id. Jamos St. John. 

3760. HANNAH ELIZA^ VANHOITTLN {same descent as 
3755) b. Nov. 18, 1852, Seneca Co., 0.; ni. J;m. 14, ISSO, Henry 
R. Savery. 

They had four eliildren. 

7812.-j-Et"]iel"' Savery. ni. Clarence Moshier. 
Other names unknown. 

3761. CARPvIE ADALINE^ VANHOUTEN {sumo descent as 
3755) b. Sept. 23, 1858, Crovai Point, Tnd. ; d. Jan. 12, 1909, Ivlin- 
den, Neb. ; m. Jan. 1, 1880, Jo}in E. Maxon. 

They had four cliiklren. 

7843. Myrao :}Ja.x-ou, m. May, 19(i7, Ualph Amos. 

7844. Howard Maxon. 

7845. Faxinio Ltaxou. 
784G. Max Maxon. 

3762. SARAH ANN^ SANFORD {Ephraim 1554, John 666, 
John 22S, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezelnel 2, Thomas 1) b. Ang. 12, 
1843, Urbana, N. Y. : m. Get. 7, 1861, Jolm King, b. Sept. 4, 1840, 
Clyde, N. Y. Rfs., Cbnpnian, Kan. 

Tliey had one ehild. 

7S47.-|-?^Ii"nic N.o King, b. Nov. G, ISCr); m. Ceurge Acker. 

3705. WARREN^ SANEORD (same descent as 376:?) h. M^iv. 
31, 1851, Urbana, N. Y. ; d. Ang. 4. 1901, Penn Yau, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 
7, 1877, Ida ^f.. dan. of Cliarles C. and Rebecca ^liller, b. Sej.t. 9, 
1855, Penn Yan, N. Y. Res., Rochester, N. Y. 

'Mr. Sanford owned a farm near the homestead, where lu^ lived 
until his health failed in 1899, when he sold out and moved to Penu 
Yan, N. Y. He was a deacon of the First Bai>tist Cinirch and an 



672 THE TIIOAIAS SANFOKD FAMTTA' 



active worker. As a Christian and a citizen be vras highly respected 
and had the confidence of all who Imew him. In his long illness 
he was patient and ever hopeful of the future. 

T])cy had tlu-ec children, all born in WAo, N. Y. 

784S. CiuirlGS HerLcrta, b. Apr. 10, 1879. Ees., Ko^heator, N. Y. 
7840. Lena A., b. Aug. IC, 18S2. 

7850. John Ford, b. May 2, 1S84. 

37G6. TII0:MAS'' SANFOKD (same clcsccni as S762) b. Jan. 
10, 1S51, Urbana, X. Y. ; m. Nov. 28, 1S77, IMary E., dau. of Ijucius 
and Almeda Hewitt, b. :May 3, 1859, I\Iilo, N. Y. Eos. Bath, N. Y. 

They had one child. 

7851. Frank Iiuciiiss. 

3774.. DAVID P.'^ SANFOI^D {Feter 1561, Gamaliel 669, 
John 228, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezddcl 2, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 13, 
1863 ; m. Elizabeth Crane. 

They had two eliildren. 

7852. Davids. 

7853. JeiHiie Anita, in. Elmer \Tiliianis. 

3775. JA:\1ES Y.^ SANFOED {John 1565, GamaJiel 669, 
John 228, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezcldel 2, Thomas 1) b. Nov. G, 
1837; ni. (1) Eucy :\r. Fish; ni. (2) :\lary F. Snow. 

He had one child by first and two by second marriage. 

7854. Grace Alico^, 1>. Aug. 11, 1SC2; m. John MacVicar. 

7855. Maud V., b. Sept. 3, ISSO; d. Doc. 28, 1887. 

7856. Florence P., b. July 6, ISSl. 

3776. GEOEGE T3.^ SANFOED {same descent as 3775) b. 
Aug. 19, 1839, Dover, N. J.; ni. Sophia Spur. Ees. Newark, N. J. 

They had four children. 

7857. + ITarry V.s, b. Oct. 5, 1SG2; d. Jan. 14, 1905; ni. Emma Lister. 

7858. Jessie B., b. June 25, 1S6S; d. Jan. 14, 1889; ni. Fred C. Fowler. 
7850. Edwin M., b. June 10, 1871; in. Ella F. Ingraham. 

7SG0. Adelaide S., b. Oct. 25, 1881; ni. E. W. Edge. 

3777. EEIZA JANE"^ SANFOED {same desce^'t as 3775) b. 
Aug. 5. 1842, Dover, N. J. ; m. Jos.'ph I. Cornell of Ovid, N. Y. 

They had one child. 

78C1. Nellie C.f> Cornell, in. Andrew J. Yost of X. Y. City. 



XTNTII GENEEiSTION G73 



3735. IMARY-' ROSS {Eliza 1566, Gamaliel 669, John 228, 
David 78, Tlwmas 12, EzeUel 2, Thomas '1) in. Sept. 17, 1878, Ed- 
ward Halinaugli Colycr. Res. Ne^^•ark, N. J. 

Tlioy had seven children. 

78G2. Albeit- I). ToiU- Colyor, deceased. 

7863. lloloii Ro?3 Oolyor. 

7864. .Tolinc Ross Colycr, dei-oased. 
786.5. Edna :^ray Colyer. 

7866. Paul Howo Colyer. 

7867. Geitrude Estelle Colyer. 

7868. Douglas Sanford Cclyer. 

3786. ELIZA JANE« ROSS (same descent as 3785) d. Ang. 
16, 1898; m. Nov. S, 18S2, Jereniiah M. Cobb. 

.They had fova- children. 

7800. liobcrt Weeks? Cobh. 

7870. Edith Jolinc Cobb. 

7871. Marjory Eoss Cobb. 

787.?. Elinor Townley Cobb, deceased. 

3787. GERTRUDE ESTELLE* ROSS {same descent as 
o7$5) m. Nov. 12, 1SS±, ^Yilliam Lav.Tenee Ross. Ives. Newark, 
N. J. 

Tliey had three children. 

7873. PliDip Lawreneea Poss. 

7874. Donald Ross. 

7875. Maleomb Harrison Ross. 

3788. GA:\rALTEL^ SANFORD {Benjamin 1567, Gamaliel 
669, John 228, David 78, Thomas 12, EzeUel 2, Thomas 1) b. July 
2G, 184.'., Newark, N. J. : d. .Alnr. 7, 189-1, Newark, N. J.: lu. July 3, 
1872, Rachel IIopjK'r, b. Jan. 17, 18.51. Dover, N. J. Res., Newark, 
N. J. 

They had two eliildren, born in Newark, N. J. 

7S76.+Mabel8, b. A\n\ 20, 1873; m. Walter England. 
7877.-fBenjarain, b. July 12, 1877; m. Martha Grover. 

3792. TILLIl^ E.^ SANFORD {same descent as 3783) b. INIay 
30, 3 8.59, Newark, N. J.; m. June 12, 18S1, Isaac ^Yi]lianlson. Res. 
Lyons Farms, N. J. 

They had three children, all born in Lyons Fai'ins, N. J. 

7878. Guys Wiliiani.^on, b. Oct. 21, 1SS2. 

7879. Jesse Williamson, b. Apr. 30, 1884. 
7S8D. Benjamin Williamson, b. Feb. 28, 1S85. 

(43) 



074 TITP] TIlO^rAS SANI'ORD rA:,[ILY 



3903. JESSIJC^ ANAA'AY {Sarah 1573, Joseph G?0, John 
228, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezcl:ieJ 2, Thomas 1) b. in Newark, 
N. J.; d. 1905, Berkeley, Cnk; m. 1874, Rev. Elijah L. Bnniett. 

Tluy had six children. 
7 SSL Jessie E.« Burnett. 
7S82. Mary Euruett. 

78S3. Alexander M. Burnett, d. in infancy. 
7S8-1. Edith Burnett. 
7SS5. Clara Burnett. 
7SSG. Norma Burnett. 

3806. WIL^rORE^ ANWAY {same dcseeni as SS03) b. in 
Newark, N. J.; in. Nov. 17, 1883, Clara Hnson. Res., N. Y. C. 
They had six children. 

78S7. Catherines Auway, b. Jnu. 19, ISSo; d. Pcb. 23, 1SS5. 

7SSS. Raymond Anway, b. June 2, 1SS6; d. July 26, 1S$6. 

78S9. Stewart Anway, b. Apr. 3, ISSS. 

7800. Clara Anway, b. May 10, 1890. 

7S91. V/ilraore Anway, Jr., b. Bee. 24, 1891; d. Dee. 3, 1S99. 

7892. Warren Anway, b. Ot't. 27, 1892; d. Oct. 28, 1899. 

3810. JAMES JOSEPH^^ STANFORD. {Juhn 1575, Joseph 
670, John 228, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezekicl 2, Thomas 1) b. July 
30, 1849, West ^^lilford, N. J.; m. May 25, 1875, Eliza, dan. of 
Thomas Casties. 

They had nine children. 

7893. Stella?, b. Mar. 24, 1S76; ni. Nov. 28, 1905, Edgar Stone Allen. 

7894. Thomas, b. Aujr. 22, 1877; d. Aug. 10, 1878. 
7895.4-.Jennie, b. Oct. ;)0, 1S7S; m. Charles Marthis. 

7896. -f James Jose]>h, Jr., b. Doe. 27, 1880; m. Carrie York. 

7897. William, b. Sept. 10, 1882. 

7898. Anna Frances, b. Aug. 30, ISSo. 

7899. Marion, b. July 4, 1889; d. Dee. 9, 1889. 

7900. Borcne Cornelia, b. Aug. 2G, 1891. 

7901. Henry Berbert, b. Mar. 25, 1893. 

3811. :MARY FRANCh:S^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3810) b. Mar. 27, 1851, AVest Milford, N. J.; n). Mar. 27, 1^9, Rob- 
ert B. Laroe, of AVest I\Iilford, N. J. Res., Patersnn, N. ,1. 

Tliey had four children, all exee]>t Etlith bora in AY est ^^lilford, 
N. J. 

7902. Elsieo L.aroe, d. in Newark, N. J. 

7903. Bobert C. Larue, d. in Ntwark, N. J. 

7904. Infant, d. in West Milfoid, N. J. 

7905. Edith E. Laroe, b. JIar. 8, 1883, Newark, N. J. 



NINTH GENERATION 



3813. ^^ril.TON JUAN-^ SANFOilD {same descent as 3810) 
b. June 30, 1855, Newark, N. J. ; in. Sept. 20, 1882, Emma V. Sage, 
b. Nov. 27, 185G, Metamora, j\iich. Ees. Lansing, Mieli. 

Tliey liad four children. 

7906.4-JTeia'iclfa A.», b. Mnr. 30, 1SS4 ; m. Justin Newman. 
7907. Fred 11, b. July 28, 18S9, rontiac, Midi. 
790S. Sariih Colvstia, b. Feb. 28, 1893, Novcsta, ]\lieh. 

7909. Carrie ^'clnia, b. Juue L?, 1901, Koylton, ]Micb. 

3815. AYINFIELD SCOTT* SANP^OED {same descent as 
3610) b. Oct. 23, 1860, Newark, N. J.; m. Carrie, dan. of John 
I'evey. Kes. Newark, N. J. 

Tliey had two chiklrcn, born in Newark, N. J. 

7910. Faymond Winslow^', b. Sept. 17, 188S. 

7911. I'ercy, b. Nov. 27, 1889. 

3821. BAYIB ,].' SANFORD {James 1577, Joseph 670, John 
228, David 78, Thow.as 12, Ezehiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 80, 1855; 
m. Rose Ambs. 

They had t^\•o children. 

7912. Roy R.s, b. Sept. 23, 1SS2; d. Dec. 13, 1908. 

7913. Halscy E., b. June 22, 1SS.5; m. Dee. 6, 1908, May Bryan. 

3823. SARAH'* BEKRY {Margaret 1580, Hannah 671, John 
228, David 78, Thennas 12, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) b. Nov. 5, 1841, 
Ponipton riain.s, N. J. ; m. Nicholas Vreeland, decea.sed. Res. Jer.sey 
City, N. J. 

They had one child. 

7914. Nicholnss Vreeland, Jr., b. June 19, 1S84. Res. Jersey City, N. J. 

3828. ANXA^ "RERRA^ {same dcseenl as 3823) b. Alar, i:^, 
1854, Pompton I'lains, N. J.; m. Oct. 20, 1887, AVilliam S. Leigh. 
Res. Nntley, N. J. 

They had one child. 

791.5. Douglas^ Lci<;b. 

3831. CEORCE AVASTTIXGTON'^ COLFAX {Rehveea 1581, 
Bannah 671, John 208, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezrkiel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. June 19, 1S4G, Pompton, N. J.; m. Aug. 35, 1877, Nettie C. Post, 
b. June 11, 1860, Oakland, N. J. Res., Pompton. N. J. 

Thev had three children. 



'J'llE TJIOMAF. SANFORD FAMILY 



7916. Echvard Theos CoJfay, b. May 20, J 878, Oaklanrl, X. .7.; m. Nov. 1, 3905, 

Helen F. Mickous. jic3. Poinptoii, N. J. 

7917. Uary Kobecca Colfax, b. Apr. IG, 18S0, Oakland, X. J. 

7918. George Washington Colfax, Jr., b. May 15, 1883, Fomplon, N. J.; ni. 

Dec. 8, 1906, Mary Essi^;s. Res. Suffren, N. Y. 

3832. lAIARY ADELAIDE^ RYERSON (Marij J582, Han- 
nah 671, John 228, David 78, ThoMas 12, Ezekicl 2, Thomas 1) 
b. Mar. 8, 1853, Wyokoff, N. J.; m. Oct. 29, 1873, C. R. Cliark-s. 
Res. Wyckoft, N. J. 

They liacl one child. 
7910. Mabel:^ CLarlea, b. Nov. 26, 1876. 

3837. JOHX'^ P>KUEN {GamaVtcl 15S:\ Marij 673, John 228, 
David 78, Tlwvias 12, Ezehiel 2, Thomas 1) h. Maj-. 31, 1824; d. 
Nov. 10, 1S54, WestiHirt, Cl.; m. A])r. 1, 1S47, Emily Celia, dau. 
of Joseph and Amanda Bird.sey, b. Sept. IS, 1827. 

Tliey had four children, all except James bom in Conn. 

7920. Jaaic.-^ Birdseya Biaen, b. Jano 30, 1818, in OLuo. 

7921. Canialiel AugusUis Briu-u, b. Jan. 12, 1851. 

7922. Charles Arthur Eruen, b. Jan. 23, 1853; iinm. 

7923. Ihniiia Phebe Virginia Brueu, b. May 2, 185-1. 

3838. DAYID SANEORD^ BRUEN {same descent as 3837)' 
b. June 16, 1826; d. Apr. 20, 1907, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Oct., 1856, 
Anna Mariah Judson Ulriek, b. 1828; d. Nov. 1, 1S9S. 

They liad nine children. 

7924. Adelaide" P. Briien, nnm. A school teacher in N. Y. City. Res., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
7'925. Bavid Bruen, d. Oct. l.";, 1861, ag. 2 yr. 11 ni.s. 

7926. William Ulrich Bruen, d. Juno 9, 1891, ag. 34. 

7927. Nancy I. Brueu, m. Obadiah II. Ilarned. No children. 
7928.-|-P!oreiice Bruen, in. Edmund Harrison. 

7929. j:va Bruen, b. Bee. 25, 1SC5; d. Dee. 26, 186-5. 

7930. L'aljih E. Brueu; unm. 

7931. Alida Bruen. 

7932. Leonard Braou. 

3840. CxVniERTNE ELIZABETTP BRUEN {same descent 
as 3837) b. Aug. 13, 1832, in N. J.; m. Aug. 19, 1855, John Thomas 
Ab^hley, d. Juno 29, 1906, ag. 82. Re.s. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

They liad two children. 

7933. Frederick P.o Ashl.-y, umu. Kes., Brooklyn, N. Y^ 

7934. Jennie P. Asliley, unn>. Ko.s. Brooklyn," N. Y. 



NINTH GEXKRATION 677 



3842. KEBECCA^ BIRIEN {James 1586, Mary 673, John 
228, David 78^ Thomas 12, Ezelnel 2, Thomas 1) d. May 26, 1899; 
m. Apr., 1853, Franc-is E. WiJliains, d. Oct. 21, 1864, ag. 50. 

They had five childrc]i. 

79.35. (^haas Williams, m. George Scott. Eo?., BrooLlyn, N. Y. 

7936. Emma Williams. 

793V. Ida Williams. 

793S. Frank W'illiHms, d. 1902. 

7939. James WilliuiiiH, d. Jan. 29, 1S65, ag. 3 yrs. 7 mo. 

3843. IIANNAIP BRUEN {same descent as 3S42) m. 1847, 
ITira7ii Rassell. 

They h.ad four cliildreii. 

7940. Andrcwft Russell, d. 1896; m. Jenuie Kuloud. 

7941. Kebecca Russell, m. Beuiamin Holmes. 
79-42. Emma Russell, m. W. Webster. 

7943. Erank Russell. 

3847. MARY ANN« BRUEN {David 1588, Mary 673, John 
228, David 78, Thomas 12, EzeJdel 2, Thomas 1) b. 1824; in. 3 842, 
Gen. Nelson Taylor, b. June, 1821; d. Jan. 1894. He was U. S. 
Senator. 

TJiey Iiad six cliildren. 

7944. Harriet Anns Taylor, b. Oct. 184-1; d. 1S.50. 
7945.+El!zabeth Taylor, b. 1846; d. Feb. 1894; ra. Beekman Andrews. 

7946. Mariposa Taylor, b. 1851; uum. 

7947. Nelson Taylor, b. 1S53 ; m. Algette de Gorier. 

7945. JoLn Taylor, b. Sept. 1S57; d. Sept. 1S.5S. 

7949. E:!beeca Taylor, b. f'-ept. 1S64; d. June, 1867. 

3849. SUSAN^ JONES (.1/firm 1590, Mary 673, John 228, 
David 78, Thomas 12, Ezckicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 2, 1824, PhUa- 
delphia, Pa.; d. Sept. 27, 3S7S, Danbnry, Ct. ; m. Jan. 1, 1850, 
George Baldwin Benjamin, b. July 26, 1813, Stratford, Ct. ; d. 
Mar. 20, 1S8S, Danbnry, Ct. 

They had four children. 

7950. George Baldwin^ Benjamin, Jr., b. Feb. 4, 18.01; m. Edith M. Green. 

Res. Rav,-ayton, Ct. 
7951.-|-Mary Catherine Ben.iamin, b. Sept. 29, 1852; m. Dr. Frank Clark. 

7952. William Scofield Benjamin, b. Nov. 'i':^, 1S54; m. Alice McCormitk; 

Res., New Rocbollc, N. Y. 

7953. Grace Benjamin, b. May IS, ISOS; unm. Res. Daubury, Ct. 



678 TIIK THOMAS BANFORD FAMILY 



3852. JAN37. ^IAKY« BRUEN {Joseph 1592, Mary 673, John 
228, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezcldel 2, Thomas 1) d. Apr. IS, 1880, 
ag. 42; m. 1863, Capt. Isaac L. Chadwick, d. Jau. 3, 1895, ag. G2. 

G'hey b^d four childroji, all except. Lyndon bom in Jersey City, 
N. J. 

7954. Horace T.yudoiiP Chad\Yick, b. 1S65, N. Y. City; d. A.ug. 3, 3831, Jersey 

City, N. J. 

7955. Abtrtina Cliadwick, b. 186S; m. Conlon, of .Jersey City, N. J. 

7956. George B. Chadwick, b. 1&7U; d. Feb. 20, ]S92, Jersey City, N". J. 
79.57. Staidey B. Chadwiek, b. 1S79; d. Feb. 20, 1S81, Jersey Cily, X. J. 

3855. PJCIIARD'^ r.RlIEN {sarac descent as 3852) d. Oct. 
21, 1871, ay. 26; m. ISC], Jo:-:epliine, dan. of Amanda Bnrr at N. 
Y.' C, d. Dec. 15, 190-1, ag. 53. 

They liad OTie child. 

7958. Joseph Franois'> Bruen, b. ISVl; d. July 21, 1905. 

3858. SARAH^ SANFORD {David 1601, James 676, Eph- 
reiim. 229, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezekiel 2, Thomas 1) m. Bedell. 

They had two children. 

7950. Sanford^ Bedell. 
7960. Irena Bedell. 

3859. SARAH' LORD {Trena 1603, James 676, Ephraim 229, 
David 78, Thomas 12, Ezeldel 2, Thomas 1) m. ^^ilbiir. 

They had five cliildren. 

79';.1. r.us.sello AViibur. 

79G2. Bessie Wilbur. 

79G3. Charles Wilbur. 

79(54. Kobert Wilbur. 

79G5. Geo'gc Vv'illuir. 

3880. L^LMA ROSALINA^ SANFORD {EusscU 1601, James 
676, Ephraim 229, David 78, TJiomas 12, Ezeldel 2, Thomas 1) 
b. :\ray ]0, LS50; ra. Nov. 18, I860, John Bailey. 

Tliey had thi'ce children. 

79GG. INIary Elizabeth" Bailey, b. Aug. 2S, 1870; m. Feb. 14, 18?9, John 

' 'Caiunu.' ' 
79G7. Flhi I'.aik'y, b. Dec. 28, ]873; m. '^^^ny 10, ISO.'!, Clifford B-.y,-e. 
7968. L'-na Bailey, b. Sept. 24, 1877; ra. Mar. 4, 1S97, J. W. Stro^vbrid<,'e. 



NINTH GENEI^ATiON C79 



3861. MABY E:\nTA"^ SANFORD (same descent as 3860) 
b. ]\Iay 2], 1S5S; m. Sept. 24, 1S72, .Marseua A. Kn;!i)p. Kes., 
Kciika Lake, N. Y. 

They had fivo cliildreji. 

7969. Nellie Mays Knapp, b. Nov. 24, 1S74; d. Apr., 1S75. 

7070. Einiua Laura Knapp, b. Apr. 3, 1876; ni. Apr. 3, 1S9.", F. P. Latier. 

7071. Johii Knapp, b. Jan. 10, 18S4. 

7972. Oliver Knapp, b. Sept. 24, 1887. 

7973. George Knapp, b. Feb. G, 1S91. 

38G3. JOIIN^ SANFOR]:> {Ahram :1607, Mathcw 67S, Ezra 
230, David 78, Thomas :}2, EzcJciel 2, Thomas 1) b. Jimc 15, 
lS-1-0, Passaie, X. J.; m. Nov. 11, 1863, Sarali Frances Ilnnt, b. 
Aug. 21, 1843. E&s. Go.shcn, N. Y. 

They had eiglit children, all burn in Goshen, N. Y. 

7974. -f Alfred Harris^, b. Apr. 30, 1S65; m. Melvina Carey. 
7975.-f-Sidncy Abram, b. Jan. 5, 1SG7; m. Mrs. ITcttie (Wolcott) Baiiford. 
7976.4-Pierson Doctor, b. Oct. 19, 1S6S; m. Mary Wolcott. 

7977. Frederick C, b. Aug. 19, 1970; d. Aug. 5, 1892; m. Nov. .5, 1891; 

Iletvie AYolcctt, b. Aug. 20, 1875, Bloomiugburgh. Pl^s. Chester, 
N. Y. 

7978. Ella, b. Feb. 21, 1872; d. Apr. 4, 1904. 

7979. Clara, b. Sept. 10, 1873; d. June 25, 1892. 

7980. Mary Ann, b. Sept. 9, 1S77; m. Dec. 26, 1897, George Howell, b. 

Feb. 12, 3875, Go-lien, N. Y. No children. Ees. Goshen, N. Y. 

7981. John B., Jr., b. Se])t. 10, 3881; d. Oct. 24, 1887. 

3865. EDWAED CROWEL'^ SANFOED {Ezra 1608, Maihew 
678, Eva 230, David 78, Thomas 12, EzcJciel 2, Thomas 1) b. Jnly 
2], 1825, AVc-sl ^lilToid, N. J.; d. Oct. 24, 1902, Cranfurd, X. -T. ; 
m. (1) Aii<r. 2, ]84(3. :\rariha E. Doughty, b. Sept. ], 1825. hi Teu- 
nes.sec; d. Xov. 20, 1881, AVeslfield. X. J.; ni. (2) Dec. 31, 1882, 
Cornelia A. Falyji. Ees. Cranford, N. J. 

He had three ehildi'en liy first marriage. 

7982. Cynfhin C.n, b. July 13, 1850, Eoscville, N. J.; d. Oct. 21. 1851, 

Kos.ville, N .T. 
79S3. + Mary E., b. A].r. 9, 1853; m. Charles V/clch. 
7984. Lilly Bell. b. Apr. 7, 1S56, Newark, N. J.; d. Aug. 22, 3861, Wef^tfield, 

N. J. 

3866. IT-VXXATI^ SAXFOED {sarac descent as 386r>) b. 
Au^T. 7, 1820, ^Vest ^lilfnr.l. X. J.; d. Aug. 23, 1S77, Xewark, X. J.; 



6S0 THE THOMAS SANFOIID FAMIHY 



m. Oct. ]0, 1S48, James A. Christie, b. Jaii. 23, 1826, N. Y. C. ; 
(1. Jan. 27, 1878, Newark, N. J. . 

They had seven children, all horn in Newark, N. J. 

^985.+.1;imes Alexandcr'J Christie, b. Oct. 8, 1S49; m. Kjurria llagemann, 
7986. Robert. Christie, b. Jau. 29, 1852; Jan. 8, 1857, Newrirk, N. J. 
79S7. Boy, b. Sept. 22, 1854; d. at birth. 
79SS. John Morris Christie, b. Sept. 12, 1850. Left, there about eiglifc years 

ago for Baltimore. Advertised for lii;j whereabouts but no trace of 

him found; unm. 
7989. Sarah E. Christie, b. July 12, 1860; m. Mar. 25, 1S85, J. Arthur Ileadley, 

b. Nov 30, 1S57, Exeter, Pa.; d. Aug. 20, 1904, Newark, X. J. Her 

res. Newark, N. J. 
7990.-1- Hannah Sanford Christie, b. Dee. i>, 1808; m. (1) Edv.ard fjilman; m. 

(2) George Bauer. 
7991.+Mary Ann Christie, b. Aug. 5, 1865; m. George Stum. 



S837. CATHERINE^ SANFOIID (same descent as 3865) h. 
Mar. M, 1830, West Miliord, N. J.; m. 1850, "William Montrose, b. 
Feb. 27, 182 J, West :\li1lord, N. J.; d. Nov. 24, 1SS2, AY est Milford, 
N. J. Res. Warwick, N. Y. 

They had five children. 

7992. Franks Moutrobe, b. May 9, 1851, West Milford, N. J. Res. Elorida, 

N. y. 

7993.-f Amelia Montrose, b. Mar. 2, 1858; m. John O'Blenis. 
799-1. -|- A mzi Montrose, b. Aug. 1, 1855; rn. Emma Montrose. 
7995. -f Martha Montrose, b. Sept, 10, 1857; ni. Charles Belcher. 
7996. -f Mary Montrose, b. Aug. 16, 1868; m. Samuel Faulls. 

3868. IMATITEAY F.-^ SANFORD {.s^amc d( scent as 3865) b. 
May 29, 1832, West lAlilford, N. J.; m. July, 1852, Phebe L. AYood, 
b. 1836, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; d. May 15, 1888, Brooklyn, N. Y. Res. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

They liad five cliildren. 

7997.-fI,ev.is L.^ b. May 22, 1853; m. Jennie Mercer. 

7998. Ezra L. b. Jan. 11, 1857, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 18, 1858, Biooklvn, 

N. Y. 

7999. Alice A., b. July ll, 1S59, Brooklyn, N. Y.; d. June 12, 18S5, Brooklyn, 

N. Y.; m. 1877, Francis Coghill, b. in ErooIJyn, N .Y. ; d. in N. Y. 
City. 

8000. Abrani E., b. Feb. 11, 18G2, I^lt. Kisco, N. Y.; d. Feb. 19, 1SG2. 

8001. Frances P., b. Oct. 5, l.*^G4, Brooklyn, N. Y.; m. 1881, Charles Fordam, 

b. 3858, Brooklyn, X. Y. No children. Eos. Brooklyn, N. Y. 




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NINTH' GEXJvTi ATION OSl 



I 3869. JAMES 0/ SAXFOED {.a^vc descent as SSG^) b. Nov. 

I 28, 1834, Ym:s1 Milford, N. J.; d. ^^ept. J7, ISHG, Newark, N. J.; 

\ in. Dec. 31, 3 857, Maiy J. Biigg.s. b. July 8, :I8:]5, Providence, N. 

\ Y.; d. Apr. 18. 1906, Ball^ton, N. Y. 
I Tliey had one ciiild. 

I 8002.-fiaeiiHi', b. ]May 11, ISuO: m. Ed^^,1rd Giooai. 

I 3871. JOHN CHOWEL^ SANFORD {same descend as 3865) 

{ b. Sept. 20, 1S40, \\'est ^lilford, N. J.; m. Mar. 17, 1869, Gertrado 

\ Ileinzer, b. July 24, 1S4S, N. Y. C. Kes. Westfinld, N. J. 
I They had three children., all born in Westfield, N. J. 

I £^'03. Ed'^-ard Le^^3^ b. May 12, 1870. Tv;^. WcsLfleld, N. J. 

j 8004-. Eli-Aefli, b. Aug. 2G, K72; m. Nov. .30, 1002, Wmiara G.nscoyiie To-^n- 

I ley, b. Mny 13, 1S6G, Orange, N. J. Eos., YVestficld, X. ?. . 

I 800'. Au\n:, h. Apr. 2S, 18S1; d. Only 2i, IRSl, West field, N. ,1". 

J 3875. CATJI]^RINE'^ SANFOIO) {Mathcw W09, Mathpic 

\ 67S, Ezra 230, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezclnd 2, Thomas 1) b. July 

f 23, 1835, Stniihopo, N. J.; pi. James Weedeji. Kes., Moo, N. J. 

\ They had three children. 

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800C. + Ira H.u AYeedeii; b. July 23, 18G2; m. Eliza ITcuaorson. 

8007.4-Sar.'ili J. V;eedcii, b. M;;r. G, 1S70: in. AVillirwn Glnle. 

8008. Ja-nu;v> Eih.cL AVet'den, b. Nov. 11, 187S, War-s\-]ck, N. Y.; wnio. 

387S. JOFIN C.« SANFORD («/?.-; c r/escev;' as 3S7b) b. Sept. 
30, 1841. Mo^, N. J.; d. Liar. 23, 1L!04, Arcade, N. Y. ; m. (1) Sept. 
30, 18G5, at Newark, N. J., Elizal)eth ^l. Erig<js, b. Nov. 25, 1841, 
Barkerville, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 1, 1897, Colioes, N. Y. ; m. (2^ Jan. 1, 
190F Fiiella H. Parker, b. at Arcade, N. Y. : d. Eec. 3, 1906. 

r\lr. Sanford was a successful busiiicss man. Early in liCe he 
learned tlie blacksmith's trade, which he followed for some years, 
afterwards oj^eninpj up the larg-'st dry ooods store ii] Cchoes and 
at the san.ie time conducting three box factories, at Cohoes, Troy and 
Am.^lL'.'dani. in 189f) he starletl a knittiin; mill at Cohoes and con- 
tinued in \]\u^. busines'.s nnlil his death. Hnvinn- been burned out 
in Cohoi's iji ^'!^^X•,, iie removed to I'.un'alo, where he remaiuLd two 
I yee.rs, then to Aivad.;, wIktc he bee;ime pioprietor of the ]''ashion 

Krdtlin- Mill. It was Avhiie workiiiir in the interest of this bnsi- 
{ ncss that he let Id.-. liTe. IJe vas vorkin{^ above the dam in Cat- 

[ taraucjns creek, tryini' to ])ry or.t a larue cake of ie<', when it became 

j .'-■nddenly loosened and he fell in ;i'id was drowned. 

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682 THE TII02sIAS SANFOBD FAMILY 



He was a promincDt figure in the life of the community and 
a man of the most pronounced characteristics. No lialf measures 
satisfied liim. If a question came up, he expressed his ideas without 
fear or fnvor. He had a most charitable disposition and pave 
liberally of his time and money to wliat he considered the most 
worthy charities. The one great endeavor of his life was to do 
something in the interests of the tem])eranee cause, upon whicli he 
spent a good deal of time and moiey. He was a bitter enfm.y of 
the liquor evil, and no circumstance could lesseu the evil in his eyes. 
He was a candidate of the I'roliibition party for a member of the 
Assembly and for Cougressuian. He took a deep inter.^st in local 
matter.'^ as well, always standing for the advancement of the vil- 
lage and for permanent improvements. He was a member of the 
school board forty-two years and was ever an advocate of progress. 
He was a n.iau of strict integrity, hon')rable iu all his dealings and 
a devout member of the ^Methodist Church. 

Ho had four child I'en by first marriage, all born in Cohoes, N. Y. 

S009. Charles J.&, b. June 22, ]SG9; fl. Mar. 2, 1S70, Cohoes, N. Y. 

8010. + .Trnnie E,, b. Oct. 24, 1S72; m. Jesse Stiles. 

8011. Lauffi P., b. Sept. 11, 1S76. Kes., Batavia, X. Y. 

8012. Eobert F., b. Feb. ft, 1S81; m. Aug., 189S, Matie E. Scrlbncr, of 

Buffalo, N. Y. J^es. Wesi Berkeley, Cal. 

3879. AYILLIAM W.« SANFORD (same descent as 3S75) b. 
Jan. 15, 18-14. Moe, N. J.; m. Aug. 20. ISGS, Almeda E. Ruddy, 
b. Apr. 21, 1S4o, .ALarcy, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 8, 1902, Arcade, N. Y. 

^l: . San ford ser^\•d iji the Civil War. He enlisted in Co. K, 
27th Reg'l. N. J. Yols. and re-enlisted in Co. 1), 39th Reg't. N. J. 
Vols.; and was hoyjo/ably disL-liaj-ged from both regiments at the 
cx])irati(m of the time of (Oilistmeut. 

He was invojitor of the first practical ])iickboard spring for 
wagons and bnggies. Res. Yineland, N. J. 

They had five children, all except Ernes! boi'u in Cohoes, N. Y. 

8013. -f Grace A.o, b. Apr. 9, 1S72; m. Orlin Cookiugliam. 

8014. William M.iihew, b. July 16, 1S75; d. F.'b. 2, ISSG. 

801.'5. Olive A., b. May 29, 1S77; d. ,laii. 'JG, ISSfi. 

SOIG. Elmer E., b. b^ept. 19, ]SSO; d. Jnu. 17, ISSG. 

8017. Ernest P., b. ,luiic 21, ISSG, iMcCoiuielsiviUo, i\. Y. Ues., Viuelaiul, N. J. 




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NINTH GENERATION 6S3 



3881. PATTFAX'E« SANFORD {same descent g-s 3875) b. 
Oct. 21, 1819, Moe, N. J.; m. iSUy 22, 1S78, James E. Barclay in 
Cohoes, N. Y., b. Feb. 23, 1850, Lau. sin-burg, N. Y. Kcs. Coboes. 
N. Y. 

Tbey bad one cbild. 

801S. Irviags Barclay, L. Oct. 15, 1879, Cohoes, N. Y, 

3882. MARY ANN« SANFORD (samp, descent as 567.-3) b. 
July 25, 185o, :\roe, N. J.; m. in spriiig of 1883, Valentine ^^leeban 
in Coboes, N. Y., b. Uai\ 10, 1852; d. 1902. Res. Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 

Tbey bad tliree cbildrcn. 

SOID. Edv.ard^^' Median, b. Doc. 24, 1S83, Grceii Island, N. \. 

8020. May Meohaii, b. Jan. 24, 1S8U, Co'ioo:^, N. Y. 

8021. George Meehan, b. Mar. ISSS ; d. Aug. 1, 1888. 

3889. SIDNEY 11.^ SANFORD (Uiiah 1630, Ezra 685, Ezra 
230, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezcldel 2, Thomas 1) b. Ang". 31, 1817, 
WarwicJc, N. Y. : d. Dee. 12, 1905, Warwick, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 21, 18G8, 
Ilannab T. Wiigbt, b. at Bellvale, N. Y. 

^Ir. Sanford received bis education in tbe di.strict scliool. He 
early manifested a capacity for business management, and upon 
coming into possessio]i of onc-balf of tbe old Tbonias De Kay bome- 
stead in one of tbe most fertile sections of tbe "Warwick Yalley, be 
began .^'arming on bis own account witb an energy and ability tbat 
bore iuimediate and steady results. A few years later be purcbased 
tbe otber balf of tbis farm and by systematic improvements made it 
a model daij-y farm. 

In da.nnary, 188S, ]\lr. Sanford purcbased an interest in llie 
coal a/id ]n'ii1)er business of Taylor & Case in Warwick, and in 1902 
acquiri'd tbr wliolu Inisincss, Avbicli be conducted successfidly uulil 
his deatb. In 1S91 be became a resident of AVarwirlc. His juililic 
spirit and capacity for affairs were soon recognized and be was 
elected one of tbe trustees and later president of tbe village. He 
was also president of tbe Warwick Cemeter}'- Association, from 
Jan. IS, 1900: Inislee of tbe AYarwick Savings Bank from 1899; 
one of tbe incornorclocs aud dircdoi-s of tbe Warwick' Yalley 
Telepboi'.e Vn.. aud its general managn' until failing bi'allb coin- 



6S4 THE THOMAS SA^^•Y)KD FAMILY 



pellc'd his resigiialio3i. He was a man of. higli ideals, g:cnerous, and 
always ready to lend a helping hand. 
They liad one cliild. 

8022. Towuseu'l 'Wriglil!', b. Jiino 14, 3 871, Vrarwick, K. Y. 

3890. I\nLTON LEE^ SANFORD {same descent as 3S89) h. 
Sept. 12, 1850, AA^arwick, N. Y. ; m. May 24, 1SS2, Anuie Welling, 
b. Oct. IS, 1857, AVarwick, N. Y. 

They had two children. 

8023. Etbfl l,eeo, b. May 25, 1888. 
802-1. Kuth, b. May 8, ISSG. 

38S1. ANN E.^ PRICE (Hcsfer 1631, Kzra 685, Ezra 230, 
David 7S, Thomas 12, EzeUcl 2, TJwrnos 1) b. Oct. 16, 183S; d. Jan., 
18113; m. Oct. 22, 1857, James AVatkins. 

They Jiad tlnvc children, all born in Hamptonhnrg, N. Y. 

8025. + Sanfoi-fl Pri-oo ^Vatkius, b. June 21, 1859; m. Lizzie Wood. 

8026. George P. Waikins, b. Oct. 2-5, 1S65. 

8027. +Eva C. ^Vatkins, b. Nov. 29, 1873; m. Williain Eogers. 

3892. EAIJLY A.« PRICE {same dcseeni as 3S91) b. Apr. 
28, 1810; m. Oct. 21, 1868, James Hawkins, b. June 2, 1822, Goshcii,* 
N. Y. ; d. Alar. 26, 1887, Ilaraptonburg, N, Y. 

They had two children. 

8028.+George I'riec!' ITa\\kins, b. Aug. IS, 1SG9; m. Su?ie Poppiuo. 

8029. Antoinette llaukins, b. Aug. .3, 1S78. 

3894. AlAPvY ADELINE" PRICE {same dcseent as 3391) b. 
Apr. 23, 1846; m. Oct. 21, 186S, Albert R. Calloway. 

They liad four children, all born in Alunruc, N. Y. 

8030. Byron S.o Galloway, b. Jan. 31, 1S70. 
803L Julia Galloway, h. Feb. 11, 1S73. 

8032. Ezra P. Galloway, b. June 27, 1S77; d. Oct. 24, 1902. 

8033. Mary Caroline Galloway, b. Dec. 11, 1SS3. 

3895. ,1AC0B Ar." PRICE {same dcsernt as 3S91) b. Feb. 
3, 1848; m. Feb. 12, 1868, Ileleu Fay. Res., Goshen, N. Y. 

They liad two cliildren, born in Goshen, N. Y. 

8034. + Edson C.s Price, b. May G, 1870; m. Eleanor Coleman. 

8035. John Armstrong Price, b. Sept. 14, 1S77. Res. Goshen, N. Y. 




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Iv^INTlI GEXEKATION (535 



3896. JT;LIA B/ PKICE {same descent as 3S9J) b. July 
9, 1849, Ilamptonburs, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 15, 1887, AValkins, N. Y.^; 
m. Sept. 11, 1872, E. C. Gabriel. 

They bad tbree clukircu, all born in Y/atlcins, N. Y. 

SO.'^e. + nunnnpr L.o Gabriel, b. July 5, 3877; m. Cr.-ice Builholoinov,-, 

80r.7. Frod C. Gabriel, b. Aug. 10, 3S74; m. Aug. 29, 1900, BlaiK-he SjiiencGr. 

S038. Ezra Gabriel, b. Mar. 22, 1876; m. June 21, 1905, Lctta Eaten. 

389?. EVA I.-^ PRICE {same drscenf as 3SD1) b. ?.Iay 20, 
1852, Hamptonburg-, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 12, 1881, Gosben, N. Y. ; m. 
Sept. 11, 1S72, W. P. Comer, b. in Goslicn, K. Y. 

Tbey bad two cliildren, bom in Goslien, N. Y. 

8039. W. Eussello Comer, b. Eee. 13, 1S74. 

8040. Aiina S. Conier, b. .July 2, ISSl; m. June 21, 1907, at Winthrop, Mass., 

Williaui Grant. 

3898. JAMES L.^^ PRICE {same descent as 3S91) b. Feb. 
23, 1858 ; d. Dec. 25, 1903 ; m. Feb. 16, 1880, M. Jennie Hawkins, 
b. Apr. 20, ISCl, Hainptonbnrg, N. Y. 

Tlicy bad tbree children. 

soil. Clarence Ho. Price, b. Mar. 13, ISSl, Goslien, N. Y. 

8042. Jo^r-pljine J. Price, b. Jan. 30, 1S92. 

8043. Ennna A. Price, b. Jan. 30, l^;92. 

3899. LANSING IIAIGIITs SANFORD {George 1633, Ezra 
685, Ezra 230, David 78, Thomas 12, Ezeklcl 2, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 
18, 1847, AYarwick, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 23, 1900; n . (1) Oct. 18, 1871, 
INIary V. Cooper, b. Jan. 31, 1851; d. July 12, 1873, V7arwick, N. Y.; 
m. (2) Oct. 18. 1884, Nellie Murdock of Soutb Bend, Ind. 

JIc bad one child by first marriage. 

8044. Bessie?', b. July 3, 1S73; m. .Tunc S, 1S97, Edwarcl Wheeler Everett. 

Res. Newark, N. J. 

3902. FERDINAND VAN DERAEER^ SANFORD {same 
descent os 3899) h. Apr. 19, 1856, Warwick, N. Y. ; ni. Apr. 14, 
1885, Rowcna Ilerriek, b. Sept. 22, 1856, Owego, N. Y. 

]\rr. Sanfoi-d was educated at Cornell University and Columbia 
Law School. He has been special County Judge o1' Orange County, 
and is at pre>^ent iMayor of War\rick, N. Y. 

They had six children, all born in AVarwick, N. Y. 



C?6 THE THOMAS 8ANF0KD FATvIlLY 



8(M5. George Hevricko, b. Jan. 30, 18S6; d. Jau. 1, 18H0. 

SO-16. Ferdinand Doan, b. Mar. ], 18S8. 

son. Marion Burt, b. Oct. 7, ISOO. 

S0}8. John Aidui, b. Feb. 20, 1S03. 

S()i9. \Vn!ll,rop, b. Feb. L'2, ]S9G. 

8050. William ^\\•^dover, b. Pept. 2S, 190-1 ; d. Oct. IS, 1907, Warwie]:, N. Y. 

3905. JOHN AVIIEELKR^ SANFOKD {same descent as 
3899) b. May 13, 1861, Wnrwiek, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 6, 1897, Bertlia 
M. Furman, b. Sept. 11, 1873, Spriug Valle.v, N. Y. 

'Mr. Sanford M-as edncalcd at Cornell Cuivorsity and is now m 
real estate ])nsines.s in Warwick, N. Y. lie is a Diroelor of the 
First Xational Bank, the Waj-wick Teleplione Company, the AVar- 
wick CeiJietery Assor;iation, atid otlier cori)orations at AYarv.iek. 

Tliey had two cliildren, horn m Warwick, N. Y. 

8051. Frances Jsnbol^, b. Feb.' 11, 1900. 

8052. Bertha Elizabeth, b. Jan. 29, 1905. 

3908. FRANX7S BAJi-:D^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3899) b. Oct. 30, 1S71, Y^arwick, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 30, 1S9S Sarah LI 
Welling. ' ■ 

jMr. Sanford was educated at Rutgf.rs College and New York 
Law School, and is at present practicing law in New York City. 
He is Secretary of tlie Executive Committee of the Sanford Asso- 
ciation. 

They had one cliild. 
805.S. Marj Bessie^, b. Jan. 15, 190,3, Warv.-ick, N. Y. 

3307. JAMKS EVEHETT^ SANFOED (WilUam 1635, Ezra 
GS5, Ezra 230, Daind 78, Thomas 12, Ezelcicl 2, Thomas 1) b. Jan. 
21, 1850. :Mr. Sanford is a leading and popuUir farmer in tiie 
town of Warwick; has served two terms as treasurer of Orange 
Co. Is treasni-(!r of the AVarwiek knife company, and the Grc^,'- 
conrt Overlook' Co., wliidi is developing the natural heaiUv of Goose 
Pond at Oiester, N. Y. 

3908. CHARLES Y."^ SANFORD {same descent as 3907) h. 
Dec. 12, 18(10, ^Yarwick, N. Y. ; m. July 2, ISSi, Julia N. Prio]- h. 
July 9, 3861, Fnyetteville, N. C. l^es., Y'arwid:, N. Y. 

i\rr. Sanford gi-aduated fi-om the Warwi.-lc Iligli School and 
later studied at Cornell Univt-rsity, after wliich lie taught for some 
years, wlien he began a wliolesale cutlery busine.ss. Is^a deacon in 



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NINTH GENERATION 687 



tlie Calvra-y Baptist Cbiirch at Warwick, N. Y. Is a popular 
speaker at Y. }.[. C. A. meetings and conventions. 
They had three children. 

8054. Julia Yl:-\ b. Nov. 27, ISSo, Florida, N. Y. Miss Panford a bright, 

accomplished, talented young iady and is the eflicicDt Secretary of 
tho Sunford Association. 

8055. Faith, b. Dec. 10, 18S7; d. Mar. 1, 18SD, Vinelaud, N. J. 

8056. Raymond P., b. July 24, 1891, Vineland, N. J. 

3909. IMARY lUIRT^ SANFOED {same descent as S90?) b. 
Jan. 27, 18f3.3, Warv.ick, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 27, 1S91, Frank Durland 
of Chester, N. Y. Res., Chester, N. Y. 

They had two children. 

8057. Williarii Sanfords Durlar.d, b. July 13, 1S92. 

8058. Nancy Board Durland, b. :Mar. 29, 1S9?. 

3910. REV. EZRA T.^ SANFORD {same descent as 3907) 
b. Feb. 26, 1865, Warwick, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 27, 18S7, Anna D. 
Feagles, b. Aug. 15, 1864, X. Y. C. Res., N. Y. C. 

Mr. S^inford graduated from the Warwick High School in 
1881, continued his studies in Cornell University and graduated at 
Hamilton Theological Seminary in 189-i. He has served churches 
at Cornwall, Port Jervis, N. Y., ITaekensack, N. J., and for the 
past six years has been the pastor of the North Baptist Chureli on 
West Eleventh Street in N. Y. City. He is identified with many 
historical and philantlii-ojnc institutions, is trustee of tlie American 
Baptist Publication Society, The Ministers' Home Society, Ameri- 
can Bible Union, The Jeimie Clarkson Plome for Children, and is 
secretary for the Young People's AVork in Baptist Churches. He, 
with Dr. E. B. Sanford, promoted the organization of the Sanford 
Association of America, wliich lias now held four quite successful 
annual conventions in N. Y. City. 

They had five children. 

8059. Williaui Natlianiob', b. Soi>t. 14, ISSS, Warwick, N. Y. 

8060. Ezra Burt, b. Sept. ], IS'JO, Warwick, N. Y. 
8001. Ihith Evelyu, b. Fob. 23, 1S97, Cornwall, N. Y. 
8062. James Wallace, b. Aug. 27, 1000, Port Jarvis, N. Y. 
8003. Anna J^Iarj-aret, b. llnr, 22, 1904, Hackensack, N. J. 

3911. ADICLIXE' SANFORD {same drsccni as o907) b. 
Oct. 21, 1867, Warwick, N. Y.; m. June 19, 1889, William R. Well- 
ing. Res., Warwick, N. Y. 



688 THE THOM'AS SANFORD FAmLY 



They had four children. 



80G1. W. Randolph^ Welling, b. Sept. 23, 1891. 

80(j5. Sarah Bmt Welliug, b. Jan. IG, 1893. 

806G. Carollno Wclliug,. h. Feb.. 8, 1895. 

8UC.7. Josepl) AVcning, b. Sept. 27, 1900. 

3D12. WILLI A:\I ]\r.« SANFOKD (s-fl»)P r/t&cenf o.<^ 3907) h. 
Dec. IG, 1S6S, Warwick, N. Y. ; m. Apr. IG, 1895, Julia Lent Burt, 
b. Sept. 11, 1873, N. Y. C. ; d. Apr. 2, 1907, N. Y. C. 

Mr. Sanford is general manager of the Knapp Company and 
engaged in the mannfacture of Art Publications in N. Y. City. 
He has been an entlmsiastic promoter of a high class of color ^York 
in the lithograpli business and quite successful. 

They had two children, born in N. Y. C. 
806S. Margaret Coventrys, b. July 22, lS9Ci. 
80G9. Harriet Burt, b. Dec. 29, 1898. 

3915. PAULINE* SANFOED (Pier^ion- 1637, Ezra 685, Ezra 
230, David 78, Thomas 12, EzeUcl 2, Thomas 1) b. July 21, 1S5G ; 
m. (1) .Alay 27, 1879, Fred II. Bradner, b. in Middletown, N. Y. ; 
m. (2) Oct. 2, 1893, Dr. William Wirt AVondover of Warwick, N, Y. 

They had two children. 

8070. Sanford Huttons Wendover, b. July 21, 1894. 

8071. Aima Sanford Wendover, b. Apr. 29, 189G. 

3923. FRANK MERKILL^ AVRIGIIT {Filbert 1640, Harvey 
693, Joseph 238, Joseph 87, Hannah 17, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 
July 30, 1854; d. Nov. 11, 1888, Bristol, Ct. ; n . Juuc 17, 1882, Car- 
rie I. Burgess of Plainvillc, Ct. ; d. Jan. 8, 1894, AVaterbury, Ct. 

They had two children. 

8072. Leslie Staiilevo Wright, b. May 21, 1883, Bristol, Ct. 

8073. Minnie Irene Wright, b. Sept. 20, 1SS4, Meridon, Ct. 

3024. WILP.im LESLIE-^ WIUGIIT {same descent as 3923) 
b. July IS, 185G. Bristol, Ct. ; m. Oct. 8, 1884, Nellie (Fogg) Ilobart, 
dau. of Nicholas Fogg, b. Sept. 9, 1857, Waterbury, Ct. Pes., 
Bristol, Ct. 

They had two cliildrcn. 

8074. Howard FoggS Wright, b. Dec. 31, 1SS,=). Student at Worcester Tech. 

8075. Earlo Emmons Wright, b. Dec. 10, 1SS7. Student at Lehigh University. 




,chai;li:.s \ax wyck saxkoki 

No. 3903 



NINTJI GENERATION 689 



3931. M.MIY ANN^ SANFORI^ {Levi 1643, Daniel 697, 
Tho)na<; 215, Samuel 90, Samuel J9, Samuel d, Thomas 1) L. Oct. 
7, 18]?, Litchfield, Ct. ; d. Mar. 7, 1879, Audover, 0.; m. Oct. 7, 
1831^ Dr. ThomaR AVybert. Resided in Andover, 0. 

One cliild Avas 

807G. Johns Wybort. Ecs. Audover, Ohio. 

3932. BEARDSLEY« SANFORD [same descent as 3931) h. 
May 29, ISlf.; m. (1) Harriet Catlaliu; m. (2) Jane Caltalin. 

He had six cliildren by first marriafre. 



8077. 


Ilelous. 






8078. 


Corriiitli. 






8079. 


Eiidora. 






8OS0. 


Adehiia. 






8081. 


DeEorost. 






80S2. 


JIarriel, m. B. S. Briggs. 


-Res., 


, Cazeuovia, N. 



3935. OR:«rAN GILBERT^ SAN1^T)R1) {same d.cscent as 
3931) ].. Jan. 20, 1820, No. Pitcher, N. Y. ; d. May 6, 1888, McDon- 
ough, N. Y.; rn. (1) 1839, Naomi Finch, b. May 17, 1817: d. I\[ar. 
9, 1866; ni.(2) Apr. 1870, ^Mrs. Nianda A. Harvey, b. Apr. 17, 
1837 ;d. Oct. 13, 1902. 

At an early age ]Mr. Sanford showed mechanical and inventive 
abilitj^ and all his spare time was spent in his father's shop working 
with steel. While a j^oung lad he made a pitchfork of cast steel, 
believed to be the first ever made. Tliis is now in the pos.se3sion of 
his son Levi. Previous to this time all pitcliforks had been made 
of English blister steel. His fatlier, seeing the .npcrior qnality of 
the fork over those he had been making, at once began using cast 
steel. While in his father's shop he conceived the idea of a claw 
hammer and made some. David ^laydole. an intimate friend of 
his fatlier, visiting there, saw one of the hannners, and recognizing 
the possibilities of such an invention, innnediately upon his return 
home to Norwich, N. Y., began making claw hammers. I'rom this 
beginning has grown the now extensive business of the ^laydole 
Efannner Co. 

In 1843, !Mr. Sanfoj-d jnoved to ^^IcDonough, N. Y., wliore lie 
"Went into business for himself. His ^\•ork prospered, and in a few 
years he bought the old paper mill site and built a large dam and 
factory. His fork^ ])ecame famous and many were sold in Ihiroiie. 
He invented part of a railroad switch and many tools for his shop. 

(44) 



G90 TllK T!IO>.!AS &A1<FV\W 'FA^sHLY 



He abo devised tlie so-called " fish-plates" that bii^d together th'- 
rails of all railroads of the worjd, Init the invention brought him 
not one cent. 

He had three children by first iiiarriage. 

S0S3. + Aritire\ h. Jan. 20, 1S40; rl. Fel.. IG, 1891; ni. IT.'nc-y Pike. 
8uS4.-f Hiure, 1>. Jan. 27, IS 12; ni. Marda Lind;-ey. 
80S5.-f].p\i, b. A].r. 12, 1S4G; m. E:ni]y Grant. 

S93G. ANSON DANIEL^ SANFOUD (mP'e de^ccp,f as 3931) 
b. Aug. :>4, 1321; d. Aug. 27, 1873, No. Pitcher, N. Y. ; v^. Harmah 
AtAvood. 

They had i'oar children. 

S0S6.-!-:vIit.:ii-^n A.i', ].. Jinic C, 1841; d. A].r. 20, lOOS; m. S^^ab v'ox. 

S0S7.^■AIlnetic, b. Feb. 9, ISIG; m, Ed^^iIl Cvozior. 

80S8. C!:=rke E., b. Mnr. 17, lS15,,No. Pitcher, N. Y.; iinm. Pes. Syracuse, 

X. Y. ' ■' . • 

SOi^P.-fMirnue Belle, b. J-'ii. 22, 1S63; v.\. iJorrclI Brooks. 

S938, POLLY M;^KIA^ SANFOPD {same descent as 3931) 
b. Nov. 0, 1S2S, Pitcher, N. Y. ; d. 8e]y(.. 12, 1852, Taylor, N. Y. ; 
in. An.ir. S, 1851, James Hayard T\ilcox, b. lsl?.j 27, 1830, Scott, 
N. Y. 

Tliey had oiu' child. 

&0;)0.-[-El]a :\r.o Wileox, b. Apr. S, ].So2: m. Warren Ames. 

39^0. rvLVl^TLTT]^^ SANFOKD {some descent as 3931) b. 
July ]:), i;>;^i:; \\i. dune 21, 1853, Frederick Williain Yan Yalen, d. 
May 4, 1^03, N^w Oi leans, La. INIr. Yan Yalen "wa.-; a Lieutenant 
in the Civjl Wiw. Tier res., Ca/.enovia. N. Y. 

■Ti!'\v ju;d tvro ehi-d)'cii. 

8091. William Shoimani^ Van Valon, h. July 9, 1?:i4; d. Nov. 5, lSo7. 

8092. i:dv,ard S:u:U)rd Yan Yalen, b. Aug. ]7, IS:;*); d. Nov. 12, lb97. 

3941. SLSAN E.^ SANF0K1) {IlcardsJeif 1^41, DauieJ 697, 
Thomas 21.',, Satnuel 90, Saini'.fl 19, Saw vol 4, Tliomas 1) h. Aug. 
20. 1812. JetVerson, N. Y. ; d. iMor. 27, 1805, Fcrgusoiiville, N. Y. ; 
rji. Apr. 1, 1831, dar.us M<A,liiin, d. Dec. 23, 1844, Harpersfield, N. Y. 

Tbey li;u,] throe children. 

.'-(iJ.3.-|-!-;iUTt B-ar,i-.\\vo ?■.[.■. \riiMi, h. .Inly 11, l.vio; ni. Anna ^tonrc. 

8094. Elizabclli ■Mc.M'.nn, d. in infaa-y. 

S09n.-l-.ArnoliT McMinn, b. Ayv. 20, ISll; dec; m. John McLa\n-y. 



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REV. EZRA 'JERRY SAXFOKD 
No. 3010 



NINTH GENEEATJON C91 



3944. CHARLES i\r.^ SANFORD {same descent as S941) b. 
Nov. 16, ]8]7, Pitcher, N. Y. ; d. ]\Iar. 12, 1872, Madison, AVi.s. ; m. 
Dec. 31, 1845, Sarah, dau. of Michael Dayton, b. Dee. 15, 1824, 
Harr.er.sfieh], N. Y. (Mr.^. Saiiford married later ^Tr. Ch3i>in:in.) 
Res., Fond du Lac, Wis. 

They liad four children, all except ^Yi])!}ot h. in Trenton, AVis. 

SOPC. Vv'ilmot^^, b. Nov. lSi7, IIar}.:>rsfielc], N. Y.; d. sbovt 1878; num. 
8097.+Melissa Amelia, b. Jime 9, 1S53; d. Oct. 5, 1890; m. Sylvan Bayley. 
SOOS.+Oom, b. Jan. 17, 18^9; m. A. F. Mo.ser. 
g099.+Almon, b. Mar. 16, ]sG4; m. May Waldo. 

3945. RTIODA AI.« SANFORD {same descent as 39^) b. 
Dee. 28. 1819; d. Mar. 9, 1901, Fergasonville, N. Y. ; ni. Jnne 15, 
1843, Rus.sell B. Hotehkis^^, d. :\rar. 14, 1891, Fergnsonvillc, N. Y. 
Tliey resided in Fergnsouville, N. Y. 

They had two children, born in Fergusonville, N. Y. 

8100. Ilarrict L.s Ilotchkiss, b. Nov. 2, 1847; uiim. Kes. Fcrgusonvillo, N. Y. 

8101. Vrilliam IT. Ilotchkiss, b. July 21, 1855; d. Jan. 26, 1856, Fergusou- 

ville, N. Y. 

S94G. WILLIAM" BEARDSLEY^^ SANFORD {same descent 
OS 3911) b. Mar. 4, 1822, Ilarpersfield, N. Y. ; d. Aug-. 19, 1S94, 
Johnstown, Pa.; ni. July 23, '}S^^6, Agnt-s Jane Parr, h. July 13, 
1831, New Alexandria, Pa.; d. Jan. 24, 1908, AUoona, Pa. 

They had five eliildren, all l)oru in Ivatrol)e, I*a. 

8102.-}- Harry Geo/geo, b. July 12, 1860; m. Annie TommiE. 

8103. William Parr, b. May 2.3, ]S62; d. Jan. 17, ISSl, Jolnistown, Pa. 

8104.+Edward Everett, b. Sept. 30, 1864; ni. Belle Putledge. 

SlO.^.+Charles Frank, b. Jan. 17, 1807; m. Estelle Brosins. 

8106. + :\linnie Maud, b. July 29, 1S6S; ni. George Vorhauer. 

3951. EDAVARD CLINTON^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3941) h. Alar. 12, 1834; d. Jan. 17, 1906, Altaraont, Kan.: w.. Apr. 
9, 1876, Jeanie, dau. of Samuel AVihon, b. Jan. 26, 1851. in Scot- 
land; d. Sept. 1, 1907, Altaniont. Kan. 

Air. Sanford served in the Civil Wai-, enlistinp: Nov. 16, 1861. 
in Co. A, 2nd. Reg't. AYis. A^ol. Inf., and servlno- >antil Nov. 26, 
1864. After tlio war he uent to AA^est A'iriiinia and en.L:a9:ed in the 
oil business, lie later engaged in farming in Alinnesuta and in 
1869 came to Labette Co., Kan. In 1870, with eight otlier.s. be 
organized the township of Labette. lie was a member of the AI. 



Ci''2 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



E. Cliurch, a devoted Cliristian and a noble citizen. He is buried 
in Altamont Cemetery. 

They liad four ehildn-u, al) born in Parsons. Kan. 

8107.-f Jcariipo, b. July 22, 1S7S; !>.. Willijiin Kiiicli. 
810S. Willi:;m, b. ;»Iar. 10, JSSO. Rts. Kansas City, ^^lo. 

81 09. Com Ada, b. Oct. 12, 1SS2; d. Aug. 7, 1883. 

8110. Emma Elsie, b. June 1, IS.s-i; m. Dec. 22, 1907, Harry J. Brooks, h. 

Apr. 15, 1S78, CoiiDersville, Jiid. Ees. Tnclepeiicleuco, Khwsi'.^. 

3952. JIEXKY H.^ SANFOHD (same descent as 3911) h, 
:slay. 30, 1S3(), llari^ersfieJd, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 28, 1866, Mary AYilson. 
Mr. Saniord enlisted x\ng. 30, ISGI, First N. Y. Engineer.^, Co. G. 
Kes. Fergusonville, N. Y. 

They had two children. 

8111. + Emily J.'.>, b. Sept. 13, 1S69 ; m. Joliii Kin-. 
S112.-LXelIie ^t,, b. Nov. 2o, 1S73; m. Homer Erazie. 

3955. GEORGE G.' SANFORD {Abel 1G46, Daniel 697, 
Thomas 215, Samuel 90, Sam v el 19, Samuel 4, Tnnmar. 1) b. July 
24, ]S28, Neu],ort, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 7, 1899, Forestville, X. Y. ; m. 
July 20, LS59, Polly C. dan. of Aaron and Clarissa (Pierce) Gris- 
wold, b. July 21, 1841, Newport, N. Y. 

:vir. San Turd enlisted in Co. F, ]Gth N. Y. H. A. at Russia. 
N. Y., 1863, ^^as promoted to Corporal and honorably discharged 
Aug., 1865. Res. Detroit, j\lieh. 

"^'hey had seven children. 

8113. Ciara E.^ b. Foe. 7, ISGO, Russia, N. Y.; d. May IS, 1S64, Newport, 

K. Y. (dro-.vnod). 

8114. + Ocorge B., b. Juiio 24, ISGI ; m. Essa Ball. 

8115. Aiu.a G., b. Aug. 28, 18G6, Springville, N. Y.; d. Fee. IS, 1^97, Forcst- 

villo, X. Y.; unm. 

8116. William 1., b. Apr. 13, l^m, Springfield, N. Y.; imm. Fes. Forcst- 

viUe, N. Y. 

8117. Kate P., b. .May 27, 1873, Forestville, N. Y.; m. July 20, bS9S, Clarence 

D., .^ou of David T. and Amelia (Davis) Smitli, b. Fell. 12, ]S75, 
Eaiulnljih, X. Y.; no ehildren. Fes. Forest\Jlle, X'. Y. 

8118. Jonathan E., b. May 13, 1S70, Forest ville, X. Y.; m. Apr. 9, 1900, 

Bertha M., dan. of E.b-ard and Victory (Knowles) Bailey, b. May 1, 
1S7G, Ellington, X. Y. ; no children. Ke.s. Detroit, Mich. 
S119. + Knth O., b. .lutie 9, ISS}; m. Oscar S.-hubert. 



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WILLIAM NrOOKF, SANFOHI). JfJ. 
No. 3912 



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NINTH GENEKATION 093 



3959. WILLAUU W.« SANFORD {same descent os 3955) 
h. 1838, Hamilton, N. Y. ; rn. 1SG5, Charlotte i\ji]1ard, dan. of 
Asahel ]\Ii]]ard, b. lSi3, Palmyra, N. Y. Kcs. New Haven, Ct. 

They had four children, all born in Ne\v Haven, Ct. 

8120. Willard AdJisonr', b. 1S6S; unm. Kes., New Ilfl.ven, Ct_ 

8121. Katherine Lydia, b. 1S70- unni. Jks. New Ilnven, Ct. 

8122. Grace Millard, b. 1S74; imm. Ke.'?. New Jlaveii, Ct. 
S123. Alice ]May, b. 187G; luun. Ees. New Haven, Cl. 

3965. PEOP. HENRY R/^ SANFORD {Daniel 1647, Daniel 
697, Thomaa 245, Samuel 90, Samvel 19, Samuel d, Thomas 1) b. 
1837, Penn Yan, N. Y. ; m. July 31, 1861, Sophia E., dan. of Rens- 
selaer Travis, b. Oct. ]7, 1835, Penn Yan, N. Y. ; d. June 28, 1903, 
Penn Yan. N. Y. Islr. Sanford lias been coudnctor of the Teachers' 
Institute in New York State for .many years. 

^Mrs. Sanford vras a remarkable woman, simple in tastes and 
qaiet in her life, v/ell-educated and a great reader — she i-egarded 
her fainily as her first duty and love and wa.s deeply religioas. She 
won imperishable renown in her zeal for the temperance movement. 
In 1873, Dr. Dio Levis delivered a great temperance address in 
Fredonia, N. Y, where she then resided. She, with Mark Twain's 
mother and other wojnen, went from saloon to saloon begging and 
pleading with the proprietors not to sell, and of the men not to 
drink. In December of that year a society Vvas organized and ilrs. 
Sanford was named as a conunittee of one to draft a constitution 
and by-laws, which she did, originating and creating the now 
f anions title "Woman's Cln'istian Temperance Union," whieli is 
destined to la;-?t as long as rnm attacks society. On her death the 
N. Y. Tribune gave a full colunm notice. A noble woman. 

^Ir. Sanford 's residence, Penn Yan, N. Y. 

They had six children. 

8124. Hattle T.c, b. Sept. 8, 1863, Clyde, N. Y. ; m. Williuin B. McBiirncy. 

Kes. Pass.aic, N. .T. 
812.1 Jennie Nettieton, b. Dee. 22, 18G4; d. I^Fay 13, IS'M. 
812G. Harry L\, b.. Oct. 2, 1SG7, Ovid, N. Y.; umn. 
S127.-fJanie^ P.rov.rilcc, b. Sept. 2, 1SG9; d. ^\:^x. IG, 1904; in. Margaret 

Tucker. 

8125. Lewi.s }'., b. Mny 22, 1872. He is a dentist. 

8129. William Wells, b. Sept. 19, 1877. Is an M. T). Assistant Chief Suroeon 
of the N. Y. C. R. B. Bes. N. \^ City. 

3969. CHARLKS C' SANFORD {Charles 1643, William 
701, Thomas 245, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 7) b. 



694 



THE THOJ.fAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



Sept. 9, 1S18, HalcottsviJlc, N. Y. ; m. Maria Clum. 
'JMiey ha«,l six eliildron. 

SlSO. + Isabelia C.^', h. Jkiio 9, 1S44; m. TzoUon Lockwood. 
8]3]. + Eslcl!o S., b. Auo-. 24, J84.5; m. Sylvester Paln)etor. 
S132. + reter C, b. Aug. 2n, IStJ; m. Hiildah Kittle. 
8133. + Ann Eliza, b. Oct. 12, 1850; m. Matthew Koouze. 
8131. fhorles, b. Nov. 24, 1852; uiun. 
8135.-1- Harriet H., b. Apr. 3, 1S55; m. Wesley Jloffnian. 

S971. RILEY^ SANFORD (same descent as 3969)h. July 
4, 1822, Ilalcoltsvi]]^, X. Y. ; d. May 2, 1899, Haleottsville, X. Y.\ 
m. (]) 1841, Temperance Jenkins, b. Xov. 11, 1821, Denver, X. Y.; 
d. Dee. IG, 1850, Haleottsville, X. Y. ; m. (2) ISol, Phoebe Jenkins,' 
b. at Bry Brook, X. Y. ; d. Jan. 30, 1902, Haleottsville, X. Y. 

He Jiad four ehildi't-ji by first and two by second marriage, all 
born in ITaleottsville, X. Y. 

8136. + lI(>i:ryo. b. May 7, 3S42; m. Saiali Sanford. 

8137. Asi! M., b. AuL'. 3J, 1844. 

813S.+Emnry J., b. Ma;, 7, 1S48; d. Dee. 2G, 1907; m. Eunice Jenkens. 
8139.+I)avJd F.,, b. Nov. 1, 1850; m. Sarah Brooks. 

8140. E^-ther P., b. Sept. 6, 1S5G, Poxbury, N. Y. 

8141. Cljarles II., b. Aug. 30, 1857; m. Oct. 20, 1880, ^tary A. Jaquish. 

S973. JOHX S:\nTn^ SAXJ^^ORD {same drsccui as .390.9) b. 
Jan. 6, JS26, Haleottsville, X. Y. ; d. Aug-. 17, 3SG] ; m. Sept. 15. 
1858, Eliza Ann Mills, b. June 5, 3832; d. Jan. 28, 1901. They 
lived on Hubbel! Hill, ^liddletov.n, X. Y. 

They had four children. 

8143. Wjlliard S.9, b. June 25, An<j. 19, 1885. 

8144.-1 .Arelissa ^itay, b. Apr. 20, 1S55; m. Elijah Morse. 

8145.-]Mendelchou, C, b. May 17, 1857; d. A])r. 22, 1901; m. Bertha Frulkiier 

814C. Lola, b. Jan. 9, 1S60; 3. Jan. 9, 1SG3. 

3975. EDGAR B.^ SAXFORD (same descent as 3969) b. 
May 20, 3833, Haleottsville, N. Y. ; d. Apr., ]8;)o. Kellev Corners. 
X. Y.; m. Oct. 0. 1S5G, Harriet J. .Mon>, b. June 2. 18:]g! 17oxbury. 
X. \.; d. Get. G, 1887, Libei-ty. X. Y. Buried at lioxbury. X. Y. 
Slie belon-ed to the :\Ioore fjiinily who were the first settlers in 
R ox bury. 

They liad one child. 



814' 



pou Moref, b_ .Aug. 3, ISGl; m. IMary Brigcreman. 



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RAYMOND I'KIOi: SAXFOri!) JAMKS -WAf.r.ACK SANFORD 

Xn. Sii,-„; N,,, ,snr,:.' 

AVILr.lAM XA'l liAXJKI, .SAXlUUU K/.KA ];rin' SAXFOKD 

Xo. 80.V.' Ko. SO GO 



NINTH GENEEATION 



3977. EI\IILINE« SANFORD (Ziba 1652, WiUiam 701, 
Thomas 2-15, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel d, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 
17, 1822, Dnniaven, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 2, 1857, Diinravcn, N. Y. ; m. 
1840, Thomas Owen,, b. I\lar. 12, 1814, Do.la v/ai'e Co., N. Y. ; d. 
1898, Holland, :Mieh. 

They had eight children, all boj-n in Dnnraveu, N. Y. 

814S.-f Zibr.^ Ov.en, b. Oct. 20, IS-il. 

8149. Hannah O^vcu. 

8150. + Charlcs Owen, b. Aug. 23, 1S43; in. Sarah Pahnater. 

8151. Jlaiy Owen. Ecs., Halcottsville, N. Y. 

8152. Orrin Owen. Ees., Chicago, 111. 
8153.+George Owen, b. Aug. 24, 1853; m. Maria Gavett. 

8154. Elcota Owen, res. Wj-oniing, Del. 

8155. Delilah Ovren, d. iu infancy. 



3978. ^VILLIAM Pt.s SANFORD {same descent eis S9?7) 
b. Feb. 14, 1823, Diinraven, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 26, 1905, Dunraveu, N. 
Y.; m. Oct., 1845, .Antoinette Allaben, b. Oct. 19, 1825; d. Mar. 
14, 1892. They resided at Dunraven, N. Y. 

They had twelve children, all born at Dnuraven, N. Y. 

SlnG.+Ziba R9., b. .July 1. 1S4S ; d. Jan. 10, 1902; ni. Maiy Warreu. 

8] 57.+ John E., b. May 7, 1S51; d. Oct. 8, 1877; ni. Deidamia Hunt. 

8158.+Crson M., b. Juno 3, 1S55; m. Helen Neidig. 

8159. Fez-on, b. Jan. 20, 1S5G; d. I\Iay 5, 190G; m. Henry Oscar Yau 

Beuschoteu {Sec 8226.) 
81G0. Thankful A., b. Nov. 7, 1S5S; m. William Francis Yan Dcuschutcn; 

res. :MargaretvJlle, N. Y. {See 8225.) 
SlGl.+Electa H., b. Nov. 14. 1SG2; d. Jan. 13, ISSS; m. George Keator. 
81G2.+Abigail D., b. May 24, 1SG5; m. Fred Chuvohill. 
8163.+Y.'imnm E., .Ir., b. Dec. 19, ISGS; m. Mary Wiiitcomb. 
S1G4. Foster, d. iu infancy. 
81C5. Orrin T., d. iu infancy. 

8166. Eineline, d. in infancy. 

8167. Tnfjii.t. d. in infancv. 



3979. ELECTA^ SANFORD {same descent as S977) b. Oct. 
20, 1825, Dnnravcn, N. Y. ; in. Dee. 22, 1846, Elijah Hull, b. :\Iay 
18, 1820, Arla-illc, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 13, 1881, Arkvillc, N. Y. Res. 
Arkville, N. Y. 

They had fonr children, all boi-n iu Arkville, N. Y. 

81G8. Ccl-stia" Tiiill. b. Mar. 22, ISIS; d. Jan. 5, 1S53, Arkville, N. Y. 
8ir.9. Jame.s Full, b. Doe. 20, 1S49; d. Jan. 5, 1853, Arkville, N. Y. 



696 THE THOMAS SANFOR.D PAillLY 

8170. + Eansom Hull, b. Sept. 13, 18o3; m. (1) Sylvia Swart; in. (2) Isabelle 

Crosier; ui. (B) Sarah Luun. 
8171.4-Ziba Hull, b. Feb. 4, ]S5G; ni. Sarah Keator. 

3980. PHEBE^ SANFOKD {same descent as 3977) b. Mar. 
11, 1829, Dimraven, N. Y. ; ra. Apr. 17, 1850, jMaurice Saiith, b. 
Sept. 29, 1821; d. Feb. 3, 1S90, Duuravcu, N. Y. Res. Diniraven, 
N. Y. 

They bad six cbildven, all born iu Diri]raven, N. Y. 

•8172. Harriet-^ Smith, b. Feb. 2, 1S51; iirm.; n-s. Now York City. 
8173.-fCelestia Smith, b. :Nray 14, 1S53; m. John Jaelison. 
8174.4-0!nr-y Smith, b. Mar. .5, 185G; ni. Margaret Bnrgher. 
8175. Lola SiuUh, b. Mar. 5, ISoG; d. Nov. 23, 1877. 
8176.-|-Eva S;aith, b. July Ki, bSCO; m. William Hough. 

8177. Norma Smith, b. Aug. \>Z, 18G5; m. 1990, W. 11. Drew of Boston, Mass.; 

d. Avig. ,100.5; no cluidreu; ros. JjjTn, Mass. 

3982. rvANSO:\r SANFOED {same clcsccni as 3977) b. Dec. 
11, 1835. Biairaveii, N. Y. ; m. (1) OqI. 15, 185G, Anna il. Nichols, 
b. July 24, 1S37, Bovina, N. "Y; d. Feb. 3, 1S81, Danravcn, N. Y. ; 
m. (2) Jnno 30, 1885, i\Iary D. Hunt, b. Feb. 21, 1855, Sanitaria 
Springs, N. Y. Res. Arbvlllc, N. Y. 

He bad .six children l)y lir.st ami three by Fiecond marriage, 
all bor]i in Dunraveu, i\'. Y. 

8178. Carrie^', b. Dec. 1, 1S5S; m. .law. 9, 1878, John Keator, b. May IG, 1S56, 

Roxbiuy, Ct.; no children; res. Haleottsville, N. Y. 

8179. Nettie, b. Sept. 7, 18G4; unm. ; res. Dunraveu, N. Y. 

8180. Hattie, b. Oct. 19, 186.=); d. Nov. 28, 1900, Dunraven, N. Y.; ni Mar. 15, 

1SS8, Charles Ballard, b. ]\Iay 7, 1862, Andes, N. Y.; no children. 

8181. ?iba, b. Aug. 29, 18G7; unm.; res. Dunraven, N. Y. 
81S2. + Cn,irlos, b. July 24, 1873; in. Susie Hunilcy. 
8183. -f Amelia, b. July 24, 1873; m. Avery Ever. 

8184. Jainea, b. Nov. 26, 18SG; d. Mar. 30, 1887, Dunraveu, N. Y. 
8183. Grover B., b. Apr. 29, 1S89. 

8186. Helena, b. Jan. 19, 1893. 

3984. JOHN VAN YLECK^ SANFORD {John 1654, 17:7- 
liarn 701 , Thomas 2do, Satnucl 90, Sa)v.u(l 19, Samuel 4, Tliornas 1) 
b. Apr. 9, 1833, Haleottsville, N. Y. : d. Jan. 17, 18S4, Haleottsville, 
N. Y.; m. Dee. 7, 1858, Thankful B. Dean, b. Auii". 12, 1S3G, 
Haleottsville, N. Y. ; d. Dee. 4, 1895. Haleottsville, N. Y. 

They bad seven children. 

8187. Julia D'., b. Jan. 26, 1859, Eoxbury, N. Y.; d. Deo. 12, 186], Boibury, 

N. Y. 



NINTH GENEKATION ggj 



81SS. Clara M., b. July 2G, 1861, lioxhmy, N. Y.; d. Mar 14 IRSl 
HalcottsviUo, N. Y. ' ' 

81S9. Julia ^r, b. June 17, 1S64, Eoxbury, N. Y.; d. Sept. 2, 1900, Kingston, 
N. Y.; m. 1-^eb. 27, 1S84, James W. VermJlya, b. July 17, 1S64,' 
Ua1''ottyvi]le, N. Y.; no cblldren; Lis res. HalcottsviUo, N. Y. 

8190H-D. Eowlaud, b. Feb. 2, 1S67; m. Nan<'y Eedmond. 

8191. Cora A., b. June 23, 1S70, Kelly Coruers, N. Y.; d. Sept. 15, 1903 
Kiu^ston, N. Y.; m. Le^vis E. Sauford (See 12691.) 

S192. Nettie T., b. June 17, 1S72, Ilalcottsville, N. Y.; d. Ajvr 8 1873 
Ilaloottsville, N. Y. 

8193. + Ursuln N., b. Mar. 17, 187-1; in. -Charles Hull. 

S98d. M.ARTIN van BUEEN-^ SANFORD {same descent as 
3984) b. Oct. 5, 1835, Halcottsville, N. Y. ; d. Jmie 9, 1907, Styles- 
^^lle, N. Y. ; m. Dee. 27, 1858, Julia A. Beardsley, b. Sept. 24, 1840 
Ilalcottsville, N. Y. ; d. June 9, 190G, Stylesville, N. Y. 

Tliey had five cbildven, all except Leah born in Kellv Corners 
N. Y. • ' 

8191. Fannie'^, b. Nov. S, 18.59; ros. Deposit, N. Y. 
819r). + T:i,ner EUsvvorth, b. Dec. 9, 18G2; m. Inez Dur^o^T.'^. 
8196. Porter, b. Mar. 28, 18GJ; d. July 2i>, 1SC5, Kelly Corners, N. Y. 
8197.-f.lolin y., b. Apr. 20, 1S73; m. Jcunie Wilson. • 

819S. Eeali J., b. June IG, 1S7S, Deposit, N. Y.; m. June 16, 1900, Kiehard J. 
List; 110 children. 

S9S6. SARAH CATnERINI>^ SANFORD {same descent as 
39S4) b. Jan. 20. 1887, Halcottsvillc, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 24, 1904, Ark- 
ville, N. Y. ; ni. Apr. 28, 1858, Sebastian M. Shultis. 

They had two children. 

S199. + )Tanfordo, Saullis, b. Oct. 3, 1SG4; m. Katie La.vTence. 

8200. Sanford N. SImltis. 

3987. ALBERT .AI.^ SANFORD (same descent as 39Si) h. 
Feb. 11, 18-10, Halcotlsville, N. A".: d. Alav 12, 1888, Walton N Y ; 
m. JaT). 21, 1804, Ursula Birdsall, b. Apr. 17, 1840, Aliddletoun! 
N. Y. ITer i-t-s. Otego. N. Y. 

They had one child. 

8201. Olive DO., b. ^tar. 14, 1866, Franklin, N. Y. 

3988. ELECTA ^L' SANFORD (same elesceut as 39$I) b. 
June 2, 1844, nalcottsville. N. Y. : pi. Jan. 7, 1807, Jaysou A. Morse, 
b. Apr. 2, 1835, Halcottsville, N. Y. Res. Halcottsville, N. Y. 

They had five children, all born in Ilalcottsville N. Y. 



698 



THE TllOir/vS SAKFORD FAMILY 



8202. Ulysses G.s Morso, b. Julj 7, 1SG8. 

8203. Sanford J. Morse, b. May 15, 1871; m. Jan. 1, ISPG, Hattic Hull 

{See S251.) Kes. HalcoUsville, N. Y. 

8204. Beitba P. Morse, b. Oct. 3], 1S78; ,n. Juno S, 1904, Charles E. Streeter 

b. July 10, 1874, Fleisehnians, N. Y. ' 

8205. Albert E. Morse, b. Feb. 7, 18S2. 

8206. Julia A. Morse, b. Jan. 28, 1886. 

3989. GEORGE T.^ SANFOF.D {same descent as 3981) b 
Jan. 13, lS-16, Halcottsville, N. Y. ; ni. Nov. 11, 1874, Anna xAI Ranz 
b. Nov. 21, 1857, Litilz, Pa. 

Mr. Sanford cn]i.sted in tlic 144t.li Rcg-1. N. Y. Vols, and servf^d 
his term. Leaving tlie Anny lie ^vent West and served fifteen years 
as grnido on the overland route from St. Josepli, SIo., to Salt Lake 
City. Res. Somerset, ]\Iieli. 

TJiey had three eliildren. 

8207. Eln,or Er.., b. Nov. 12, 1S77, Sandv.-ich, EL; res. Jackson, Mich. 

8208. Harry L., b. Mar. ]S. ISSI, Margarctville, K Y. 

8209. May, b. ^far. 30, 1S91, Brooklyn, Midi. 

3991. JACOB^ VAN BEXSCIIOTEN {Charloile 1G55, AVil 
ham 701, Thouia.^ 24.\ Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Sa7nuel 4, Thomas 1) 
b. Jan. 22, 1824; d. Sept. 30, 1805; m. (1) 1846. Barbara Johnson 
of Bovina, N. Y., b. Dee. 28, 181G; d. Nov. 28, 1SS7 • m (2) Jan 
12, 1892, Emma Beihlcr. 

Pie bad three children by first marriage. 

8210.+Wi]liani8 Van Benschoten, b. Feb. 2, 1847; m. Frances Swart. 
8211.+Alexandor Yan Benschoten, b. Oct. 2, 1849; m. I^lary O'Connor. 
8212.4Almira Van Bensclioten, b. IMar. 13, 1854; m. Janie,s" Scott. 

3992. IIULDAIP VAN BENSCTIOTEN {same dcseenf as 
3991) b. July 1, 1825: d. Jan. 25, ]872; m. Jeremiah Greene Rey- 
nolds, b. July 26, 1821; d. i\Lay 28, 1901. 

Tliey had five ehildren. 

8213.+AVilli:.ni !)/• Keynobls, b. Mar. 13, ISIG; m. Orrioi O'Connor. 

8214. Delilah .1. Feynolds, b. Au^-. 27, IS-IS; .1. Oct., 1907. 

8215. Lucy C. Bcynold^, b. A])r. 16, 1850; m. George Davis. 

8216. Jolni Hanford Keynolds, b. Jaii. 5, 1852. 
8217.4-Botsey Ann Keynolds, b. Dee. IS, 1854; m. Cliarles Sweeney. 

3993. JOHX^ VAX BENSCITOTEX {same descent as 3991) 
b. Get. 30, 1826; d. Jan. 22, 1870; m. Pel). 12, 1856. Luev Hull. b. 



XINTII GENEEATION 699 



May 20, 1832 ; d. JvAy 26, 187B. 
Thoy had five children. 

821S. Marys y.,!, Benschotm, b. A]>r. 23, 1S57; ni. Dec. 22, ISSO, Cornelius 

]■:. Sr,-art. 
8219.-!-.T-..iie YaiL l-JeriRclioteu, b. Apr. 2, 1S59 ; m. Kobort Duwlc. 

8220. Jamos Van Eousehoten, b. Jsn. 7, 1S6L 

8221. William Erie Van Beuscboten, b. Apr. 28, 1S63; d. July 2}, 1S7S. 

8222. Frieiid Hull Van Eenschott-n, b. May 14, 1868; d. Feb. 21, 1879. 

3994. JANP^« VAN BENSCHOTEN Uame descent as 3991) 
b. Jan. 23, 1831; d. July 22, 1883; m. Apr., 1849, Robert Dickman, 
b. Jan., 1825 ; d. Nov. 10, 1905. 

They had two children. 

8223.+.Tohn9 DirlNinan, b. Ai>r. 5, ISfiO; ui. !\Iarie Davis. 

8224. + Mary Charlotle Dicknian, b. May 20, 1.8G0; in. Evmaii Brov.T. 

3995. NELSO.V' VAN BENSCHOTEN {same descent as 
3991) b. Feb. IG. 1833; ni. Feb. 19, 1851, A^rues :\riller, b. ?*Iay 1, 
1831. 

They liad two children. 

8225.+V/iiliam FiaDcis^' Vau Bonsehotcu, b. Oct. 14, 18.52; m. Thaukful 
Sanford. 

8226. ITeiiry Osr-ar Van Ecnsclioteii, b. Mar. 14, 185U; m. Fob. 25, 1879, 

Fezon ir., dan. of William E. and Antoinette Sanford, b. Jan. 20, 
1859, Diinraven, N. Y.; d. M.ay 5, 1906. IS^o children. Ecs., Mar- 
garetville. Is". Y. 

S99G. KFANNA^ VAN BENSCHOTEN {saync descent as 
3991) b. I\ray 1, 1835; d. Nov. 21, 190G; m. Jan. 21, 1858, Henry 
J. Yaplc, b. Jan. 12, 1834; d. Dec. 14, 1894. 

Tliey had three children. 

8227. Cornelius E.o Yaple, b. Aug. 17, 18G7; m. (1) Aug. 21, 1890. Ella May 

Tonij.kins; n\. (2) Aug. 28, 190G, Mamie IMcKoe. 

8228. JIattie C. Yaj.le. b. Apr. 23, 1870; d. Aug. 28, 1S86. 

8229. + William F. Ynjde, b. Jan. 7, 1874; m. Eertha Euun. 

3999. CORNELIUS D.** SANFOKD {WUlium lOrjG, ^\iIfk>n 
701, Thomas 2i'>, Sa)nuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas I) 
b. Nov. 17, 1830, New Kingston, N. Y. ; d. Feb. IG, 1907, :\Iiddle- 
town, N. v.: m. (]) Jan. 15, ]852, Sarah ^\. Faulkner, b. Aug. 5, 
1830, Mar^art'tville, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 23, 1892, New King-.ston, N 
Y.; m. (2) Sept. 13, 1893, ?»lr.s. Mary A. Faulkner. 



fOO THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMJLY 



None of his boys use intoxicating- liquors nor tobacco in any 
form. Re.s. I^Iargaretvillc, N. Y. 

He had twelve children by first and one by second niar.ciage, 
all bora in New Kinf-ston, K. Y. 

8230.+H.'rmrui L.o, b. iJoe. 25, 1852; m. Savanuah Shoemaker. 

82-31. +Pcoige ^Y., b. Mar. 20, 1851; m. Martha Streeter. 

8232. -I- John IT., b. Aug. 27, 1855; m. Mary Dicksou. 

8233. William C, b. Apr. 24, 18.57; m. Dec. 3, 1S89, Margaret J. Toin])kins, 

b. Apr. 18, 1S71, Arena, N. Y. No children. Ecs., New Kingstou, 

N. Y. 
823-1. Siis^ui J., b. May 2S, 1859; d. Mar. 26, 38G1, New Kingston, N. Y. 
8235.-f Eraorv J., b. Nov. 18, 1860; m. Julia Talmater. 
S236.H-Hattie C, b. July 27, 1SG3; m. David Scott. 
8237.-fLp)ian P., b. Mar, 18, 18G5; m. Minnie Koig. 
823S.+Frank L., b. Feb. 24, 3867; m. Mary Eoncy. 
8239.+Sarah Eva, b. May 4, 1869; m. Wilbam Hodge. 
8240.4-Mary E., b. Apr. 13, 1S71; m. F. Gleapon Simmons. 
8241.+EDima J., b. July 4, 1S73; m. William Vermilya. 
8242. Hazel Pearl, b. July 5, 1S94. 



4000. ]MAExVNSA J.^ SANFOKD {same descent as 3999) 
b. Dec. 7, 1833, New Kingston, N. Y. ; d. 1891; m. 1857, Eleanor 
C. Tail. :\Ir. Sanford sei'ved in the Civil "War. 

They had seven cliildren. 

8243. James W.9, b. 1860; d. June 27, 1867. 
S244.+Lucy A., b. Sept. 9, 1862; m. LaTrrenec "J-'otfer." 

8245. + Daniel T., b. July 13, 1867; m. Edith Teed. 

8246. John E. 

8247. Jay AV., b. IMay 11, 1870; unm. 

8248. Pennon '^\., b. Apr. 30, 1S73; unm. 
S249. Harriet A., b. May ]G, 1877. 



4002. irARTUET A:MANDA« SANFOED {scnnc clcsccvi as 
3999) ]). Nov. G, 1843, New Kin.crston, N. Y. ; m. May 7, 18G7, Dennis 
Howard llnll. Kcs. Ilaleottsville, N. Y. 

They had five ehild}'en. 

82.00. -|-C'hu\,n(cy S.o Hub. b. Sei.t. 23, ISGS; m. Irene Lawrence. 

8251. Hattie E. Hull, b. Oct. 2], ISGO; m. Sanford J. Morse {s^cc 8203). Pes., 

Hallcottsville, N. Y. 

8252. Achia E. Hull, b. Oct. 2."., 1872; d. Apr. 39, 1897. 

8253. + Anulia C. Hull, b. May 12, ] S75 ; d. Oct. 23, 1903; ni. Ira Lawrence. 

8254. Adelia S. Hull. b. May 12, 1875; m. Cornelius Jones Sanford {sec 

1SSC7). 



NINTH GENERATION 701 



4004. WESLEY AY.« SANFORD {Maransa lGr>9, William 
701, Thomas 245, Samuel 90, Samud 19, Sanuiel 4, Thomas 1) b. 
Mar. 2G, ISll, Middlotown, N. Y. ; m. Katie . 

They liacl two child rcu. 

S255.+iTr.tie B.f', b. l>e. 22, ISGi^; ui. Clarence Strcclcr. 
825G.+Francos II., b. Deo. 20, 1874; m. Orson Buck. 

4005. JONES l\L^ SANFORD {same descent as 4004) h. 1851, 
Hobart, N. Y. ; m. 1876, Carrie Hoftnian, 1). 1849, Dunraven, N. Y. 
Res. :Margaret^'ine, N. Y. 

They had two chiklren. 

8257. Clarke A.f, b. ]S7S, Garner, la. Editor of the Cutskill I^rountain News 

at ^srargarclviile, N. Y. 

8258. Courtney R.^ b. ISSO, Sidney, N. Y. Assistant Cashier of the People's 

National Br.nk, Margaretville, N. Y. 

4003. ROSS ]\r.^ SANFORD {same descent as 4004) b. ]8r.3; 
m, Faiiuie rJcClelh-aid, b. 1856, TTobart, N. Y. Res. Sta]nford, N. 
Y. !Mr. Sanford is proprietor of a samincr boarding house. 

They liad six children, all except Lizzie born in Stamford, 
N. Y. 

8259. Liz7ie?, b. 1S77, Center Junction, la.; d. 1882. 
82G0. Blanche, b. ISSJ ; d. 1884. 

8261. Kobert WL, b. 1SS4. 

82G2. G. DeWitt, b. 1890. 

8263. :Marguerite, b. 1893. 

2864. Charlc? K., b. 1895. 

(.009. MARY E.s SANFORD {William 1669, Thomas 707, 
Thomas 245, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 
1836, in N. Y. Slate; d. ISSl, IMosiuee, Wis.; m. 18G2. Joseph 
Dessert. ^Irs. Dossi>rt is buried in Mosiuee, Wi.s. 

They had one cliild. 

8265. + Stcriao iJesscrt, b. 1SG5; m. Henry Thompson. 

4010. ELTZA^ SANFORD {John 1670, Thomas 707, Thomas 
245, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4. Thomas 1) b. Nov. 17, 1836, 
Newtown, Ct. ; m. (]) 1852, John Wolf; ra. (2) Ilorr. 

She had two children by first and one by second marriage. 

82GG. + Ilattief Wolf, b. July 9, 1853; lu. (1) Clifton Tabor; m. (2) 

Harris. 



702 TH]^. T]rO?-IAS SA]N-F0ED FAMILY 



82o7. Gcoxfje Wolf, b, ^lay 20, ]S5G. 
82GS. Ahu^r Ilorr, h. 1869. 

<i011. RUTK A.' RANFORD {same dc^cad ar. 4010) h. Scpl. 
188S, Kt^wtown, Ct.: ni. (1) Sylvuslcr Cove; ni. (2) Myr. 31, 1S83, 
AyAe Edslroru. Res., ISIosinoe, Wis. 

SiiL' had O7J0 child hy first uiarria^re. 

826 J. Kilrio E." Cojc. b. .luly 12, 1873; ii. Sqjt. 4, 1002, Ardon Paroijto. 
LVs., j\j.'osi'iU'C, AViF. 

4013. OSCAR A.^ SANFORD (5a/>;c dc^cr^^^f as 4010) h. 
Ajrr.^ lSl-1. Ncwto'^n, Ct. ; ni. ])ee., 1874, Steaa Pete3v;on. 
Ihfrv had cj:;? cidld. 



SC^O.+Jamos A.!', b. Julv 27, 1879, 



]u u jseoLfciu. 



■iOlo. BETTY AJ SANI'ORD (scnnc descent a^ 40K)) h. 
July, 1S51 in Vriscoiisii! ; m. (1) 1677, Austin O.densoii; m. (2) 
1S82, A. Parker. 

She liad one child by second rnai-riage. 
S271. BeUjs PrpA-.-r, b. 1S?3. 

4016. SARAH A.« SANFORD (.sfl'/n.-; driv^e;;^ a.<: WW) b. 
July, 1851, in AYiscon.bin ; m. Nov., 1875, Thomas Lawrence. Res. 
Hartford, AVis. 

Thi-y liad llirce children. 

8272.-LCu!ai' Lawrence, b. Mar. 5, 1S77; d. Dec. 7, 1903; m. Gad Barr.cy. 

8273. Lev.-is LriAvreiiee, b. 3S7S. 

827-1. Ida Lan-,x-iice, b. Apr. 23, 1879; in. Jaii. 23, 30O5, ArDiur Elisbcniier. 

4018. i\IARY E.*^ SANFORD (Gcurge 167:1, Thomas 707, 
Thomas 24C>, Scnnuel 90, ScduucI 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. May 
26, 1845; nn Dee. 19, 1864, TT. A. FoiR.-s. Res. LaCrosse, Y/is. 

Tliey liad four children, all hi^n\ in AYiscoiisin. 

8275.-h]''rank S.6 Forbo^;, b. July 27, b-^'-.G; lu. Yelvic Kraniio. 

8276. In;^ Forbes, b. ]S7J. 

8277. Allen Forbe?, b. bs7C.. Kos., Hartford, V:is. 

8278. I^f:ir;, A. Forbes, b. .lu!y. issi. Kos., LaCrosso, Wis. 

4019. FRANK-^ SANFORD (some dcsreut as 4018) b. Aug. 
2, 1848; rn. Feb. 22. 1875, Yiola Harris. 

Thcv had four cldldi-en. 



NINTH GENERATION 703 



8279. 


May9, b. 187G. 


82S0. 


George R, b. 187S. 


8281. 


Herbert. 


8282. 


Frank. 



4021. EMILY E.^ PATCIIIN (Mary ICVP, Thomas; 707, 
Thomas 245, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. June 
6, 1847, in New Yorl; ; m. Dec. 7, 1S75, N. Folts, Res. Ripon, AYis. 

Tliey adopted a child. 

8283. Lilliea Folts. 

4022. BEY. DAYID A.^ SANFORD {Aid 1673, Thomas 
707, Thomas 245, Samvel 90, Samv.el 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 
June IG, 1850, in Wisconsin; ra. Aug. 16, 1880, Mary E. Elliott. 
Mr. Sanford is a minister in Dixon, Wyo. He has furnished the 
data for his line. 

Tliey had two children. 

8284. Grace A.s, b. July IG, 1882, Mitclip]], So. Dak. 

8285. George A., b. Nov. 15, 1SS6, Rowlaud, So. Dak. 

4023. ALBERT C.^ SANFORD {same descent as 4022) b. 
Mar. 7, 1852 ; m. .Afay 24, 1871, Irene Blair. Res. Ellsworth, Wis. 

They had two children. 

8286.4-Char]es W.3, b. Sopt. 1.3, 3877; ni. BroTni. 

8287.+Liil?, E., b. J\ily H, 1SS3; in. Clarence Bacon. 

4025. CHARLES E.« SANFORD {same (lesccnf as 4022) 
b. June 13, 1856 ; m. Feb. 4, 1884, Ida Phelps. Res. Ellsworth, Wis. 
Vlioy had eight children. 



82SS. 


V:illi:an A.», b. 


Dec. 31, 1884. 


8289. 


Harry, b. ISSS. 




8290. 


Oscar, b. 1892. 




8291. 


Alfred, b. 1893. 




8292. 


Mary, b. 1897. 




8293. 


James. 




829-1. 


Gcor^^c H. 




8295. 


Boy, b. 190S. 





4029. E:\L'\rA J.^ SANFORD {same descent as 4022) b. Aug. 
G, 18GG; m. Louis Borchardt. Res. Rubicon, Wis. 
Thoy had three children, all born in AViseon.sin. 

8296. Eva E.o IJorchardt, b. Oct. 19, 1893. 



i 



704 THE THOMAS .SANFOED FAMILY 



8297. Hubert Eorchardt, b. Feb. 10, 1897. 

8298. Alice Borchardt, b. 1903. 



4030. PErJBROKB S.* TILLSON {Sarah W7d, Thomas 707, 
Thomas 245, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 1843, 
in Wiscon.siu; m. 1870, Carrie Emerson. Res. Manitowoc, "Wis. 

They had five cliildren. 

8299. Edwin M." Tillson, b. Aug. 29, 1S72. 

8300. Blauche Evelyn Tillson, b. Apr. 8, 1S74. 

8301. Frank P. Tillson, b. Mar. 27, 1S7G. 

8302. Carrie Louise Tillson, b. May 5, 1877. 

8303. Bessie J. Tillson, b. Oct. 10, 1879. 

4031. ELLA E.^ TILLSON {same descent as 4030) b. Feb. 
181-8, in Wisconsin; m. ]S70, Henry E. Lonias. lies. Cresco, la. 

They had tv*-o children. 

S301.+May E.e Loinas, b. 1S73; in. Charles Burgers. 
8505. -f Edward Lonuis, b. 1S77; ro. Maude Sberbonfie. 

4032. EVA E* TILLSON {same descent as 4030) b. May, 
1854, in Wisconsin; ra, 1879, Eolicrt Tliornson. 

They had six children. 

830G. Robert M.s Thomson, b. 18S1 ; m. 1907, Jessie Steinniau. P.es., Cresco, 
la. ' 

8307. Sarah Thomson, b. 1S83. 

8308. Arthur Tliomson, b. 1885; m. 1907, Georgia James. 

8309. Percy Thomson, b. 1SS7. 

8310. T^^illiam Thomson, b. 1889. 

8311. l\.ary E. Thomson, b. 1S91. 

4033. GEOPxGE^ TILLSON {same descent as 4030) b. 1850, 
in W^iscc-tisin ; iii. Feb. IS, 1885, Cora 'M. Covey. 

They had t\\'o children, borji in Iowa. 

8312. GeorgianaP Tillsuu, b. 1SS6. 

8313. Estella Tillson, b. ISSS. 



4034. AVILLTA^I- TILLSON {same descent as 4030) b. 1SG7 
ill Wisr.onsin : jn. 1895, Allie Burdieh. 

They had two children, born in Iowa. 

8314. Gladys^' Tillson, b. 1896. 

8315. Charles Till.-,on, b. 1899. 



NINTH GENERATION 705 



4037. NANCY« SANFORD {A polios 1678, Caleb 710, Ayyws 
2d6, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Jau. 30, 1814, 
Bleuhoim, X. Y. ; d. 1878, Blenheim, N. Y. ; m. Andrew IMai'liii. 

Tbe^" liad one child. 
£316. Sanford^' Martiu, dec. Left, eight children. 

4039. LUCINDA'^ SANFORD {same descent as 4037) b. 
Feb. 5, 1819, Blenheim, N. Y. ; d. ^lar. 23, 1898, Gilboa, N. Y. ; m. 
Rufus Ellison. 

They had two children. 

8317. "Orlaiiaer":' Ellison, b. De.?. G, 1854. 
S31S. Sidney Ellison. Ees., Gilbo.i, N. Y. 

4040. VIOLETTA^^ SANFORD (sa«;(3 descent as 4037) b. 
Aug. 31, 1821, Blenheim, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 19, 1890, Gilboa, N. Y. ; 
m. Daniel Ellis^on. 

They had a daughter. 

8319. Marthas Ellison, h. Dec. 29, 1S54. 

4041. MELYIN EDWIN" SANFORD {same descent as 
4037) b. Oct. 12. 1827, Blenheim, N. Y. : d. ]May 25, 1902, YTaverly, 
Pa.; m. ]\rar. 30, 1855, Emeline Smith, b. Jan. 30, 1834, Daltou, Pa. 

They had four children, all born In Dalton, Pa. 

8320. + I)ayton M.f, b. Jan. 1, 1S57 ; m. Allie Smith. 

8321. Flora A., b. Aue;. 23, ISHl; unrn. Ees., "NVavorly, Pa. 

8322. Walter Apollos, b. Oct. G, 1S63. Kes., AVaverly, Pa. 
8323.4-Emnia I., b. Sq.t., 18G7; d. Jnne 16, 1897; m. Arthur Pavid. 

4042. VERNON APOELOS^ SANFORD {same descent as 
4037) b. Oct. 14, 1829, Blenlieim, N. Y. ; d. ^far. 29, 1905, Arkville, 
N. Y. ; m. Feb. 14, 1853, Julia Frances Haines, b. Dec. 23, 1835, 
Manorkill, N. Y. ; d. Juno 16, 1901, Arkville, N. Y. 

They had four children, all except Willis ])orn in Gilboa, N. Y. 
832-1. Willisi', b. Apr. 19, 18.50, Blenheim, N. Y. lies., Bijj Indian, N. Y. 
8325.4-Adella, b. Sei't. 9, 18-58; ni. Charles Persons. 
8326.4-Bertha, b. Nov. 25, 1S6S; m. Jay Avery. 
8327.4-Millie, b. Sept. 20, 1873; m. Pr-'ink Osterhout. 

4044. ADALTXIv' SANFORD {David lOSO, Calch 7 JO, Amos 
246, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. June 23, 1819; 
m. IMathias Campbell. 

(45) 



706 THE THOMAS SANFOBD FAMILY 



They had five children. 

8328. Jerome" Ciimpbell. Kes., North Blona, N. Y. 

8329. Edward Caiii]>bcl]. Ke.s., Grcig, K. Y. 

8330. Henry Campbell. Eea., Alb;Ki.y, N. Y. 

8331. Luciiida Campbell, m. Koahholt. 

8332. Alexander Campbell, lies., Hunter 'p, Lar.d, N. Y. 

4046. CALEB* SAXFORD (same descent as 4044) b. July 
16, 1824, Broome, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 24, 1895 ; m. Dec. 31, 184G, Maria 
Piivenburg, b. Dec. 5, 1828, Broorne, N. Y. ; d. May 30, 1886. 

They had eight children, all except Ermon aud ilatiie born 
in Broome, N. Y. 

8333.+ James A.o, b. Mar. 29, 18-18; m. Lucy Putmau. 

8331. George A., b. Feb. 17, 1S50; m. Mar. 22, 1S72, Carrie Bogardis. A 

farmer at South Durham, N. Y. 
8335.+Mary F., b. May 23, 1S52; m. Alexander LoAvliug:. 
8336.^-Ida M., b. Mar. 5, 1854; m. Harvey DeLaMater. 
8337.+Lillie, b. Sept. 27, lSu9; m. W. W. Post. 

8338. + MiDnie, b. Apr. 7, 1861 ; m. Fatum. 

8339.+Ermoii \\\, b. Fee. 3, 1F67; m. Emma Shoemaker. 
8310. + Hattie, b. Aug. 17, 1872; m. Charles Shoemaker. 

4049. CHANCELLORS SANFORD {same descent as 4044) 
b. June 20, 1828. Lived in Chicopee, Mass. 

They had one child. 

8341. Arthur^. 

4050. CYNTIITA^ SANFORD {same descent as 4044) b. 
May 2, ]8:-i0; m. Se])t. 30, 1847, Stephen Dickinson. 

Th >y liad five children. 

8342. Herbert'-' Fir-klnson. Res., Shellsburg, la. 

8343. Flmer Diikinson. Ees., Shellsburg, Ta. 

8344. I>eo!iard Flekinsoii. Kes., Rhuilsbuvg, Ta. 

834.5. Nellie Fickirson, m. Heatli. Kes., Shell.sburg, Ta. 

8346. Alonzo Fiekinsou. Kcs., Chicago, 111. 

• 4055. EZPvA^ SANFORD {Ezra 1682, Ezra 711, Amos 246, 
Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 2, 1820, Byron, 
N. Y.; d. July 2.'), 1900. Tccumseh, :\lieh.; in. 1845, Cornelia :\Terrill, 
b. Feb. 28, 1820, Byron, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 2, 1909, Teciunseli, ^lich. 
They liad six children. 

8347. Win field Scott :', d. .Inne, IPOO. Wells Co., No. Fak. 

8348. Webster LaMartin, b. IS 10, Saline, Mich. Fesj., Seattle, Wash. 



NINTH GENKRATION 707 



8349. Merrill Poindexter, b. June 16, 1851, Aurora, Tnd.; uiun. Rts., llarvej, 

No. Tak. 

8350. CLarlos E., b. Oct. 4, 1856, Aurora, Lid. 

8351. Sheridan. Ees., Adrian, Mich. 

8352. Clara, b. 1865, Saline, Mich.; d. 18C8, Suliuc, Midi. 

4056. AVIL].IA:M'^ SANFOKD {same descent as 4055) b. 
Mar. 20, l>i22, Byron, N. Y. ; ni. 1845, Mary E. Tarsous. Ri^s. Cliar- 
lotte, Midi. 

They Lad four cliildren. 

8353. Marion^, ni. IJorry Bro'svri of Sykcstowu, North Dak. 

8354. J:]iva., m. William Wriglu. Iicsided in Sykestown, North Dak. 

8355. Ahnon C, b. 1S57; m. l''cb., 1S86. Ees., Grand Kapids, Mich. 
835G. George Poindexter, b. 1807. 

4059. ANN MATHA^ SANFOBD {same descent as 4055) 
b. Oct. 17, 1829, Byro]i, N. Y. ; in. 184G, Amzy Crane, d. 1870. Ke- 
sided on a farm in Kiroonrne, 111. 

They liad two children. 

8357. Jennies Crane. 

8358. George Crane. 

40G3. CHARLES A.'' SANFORD {same descent as 4055) 
b. Apr. 16, 1838, AYashtenaw Co., ^lieh. ; m. Sept. .3, 18G8, Eliza- 
beth Gerlrudo Barker, b. Oct. 7, 1838, Oakfield, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 2. 
1909, Hunter's Hot Spring.s, :\ront. 

Mr. Sanfoi'd was born in a log cnbin and reared in tlie usual 
rural ^\•ay. He entered tlie Uuivcrsity of Michigan in 3 SGI and 
took the degree of A. B. in ]SCG. During 1865 he was Paymaster's 
clerk ill govermnent serYJco. He was present in Ford's Theater 
when P)'esident Bineoln Avas assassinated Apr. 14, 1865. In 18G9 
he received the degree of ]\1. A. For nine years he was in the school 
work of Lansing, ?ilieh.. and for very nearly seven of the nine, 1876 
to 1883, was superintendent of schools. He resigned owing to ill 
healtli and went to North Dakota. At one time he owned 1600 acres 
01 land. In 1897 he founded the Courtenay Gazette, which he 
sold in 1900. In 1899 he was a member of the Legislature, serving 
as chairman of the Committee on Education, a member of the 
Committee on Appropriations, etc. At one time he v\-as a member 
of the State Board of Agriculture. For some years he v.-as largely 
interested in stock-raising and wrote niany articles on dairying 
which were generously quoted. In 1903 he visited England, France 



708 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 

and the countries about tlie ileditorranean. He and his wife were 
for many years members of the Presbyterian Church. The}^ had no 
children of their own. }?os. Courlciiay, N. Dak. 
They adopLt'd one el.dld. 

8.':i59. + Mjrlio Gertrude^ Diilllps, b. Nov. 2, ]874; ni_ John Bradford. She -nas 
adopted by Mr. and ^Irs. Sant'ord JJec. 17, 1890, and her iiajiie ■n-as 
changed to Mvrtie Gertrude Sanford. 

4066. ALICE ELIZABETl-r^ SANFORD {Charles 1691, 
Amos 717, Amos 246, Samncl 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) 
b. Aug. 16, 1852, Weatogue, Ct. ; m. Dec. 24, 1875, Eugene S. Wil- 
liams. Kes. Winclie.ster, Ct. 

They had tliirteen children. 

5360. ^Yalto^ Enocli-^ Williams, b. Oct. 5, 1876, Lirn.e EocL", Ct. Kes., 

Hartford, Ct. ■ " 

5361. Benjamin V. Williams, h. Dec. 30, 1S77, Lime Rcols, Ct. Res., Tor- 

rington, Ct. 

8362. Charles Sanford Williams, b. Aug 18, 187S, Cornv.all Hollow, Ct. 

8363. Ruth V/illiams, b. Sei.t. 13, ISSl, Cornwall Hollow, Ct.; d. Oct. 3, ISSl. 

8364. Mary Dunbar Williams; b. iSIar. 27, 1883, Cornwall Hollow, Ct. ; rn. 

Oct. 6, 1907, Wilbur L. Goodenough of Winchester, Ct. Res., Winstcd, 

Ct. 
83C5. Alice Eliza!>eth Williams, b. Sept. 26, 1884, Cornwall Hollow, Ct. 
8366. John S. William?, b. Dec. 9, 1885, Cornwall Hollow, Ct. 
83G7. Caiherine Russell Williams, b. Nov. 10, 1887, Torringion, Ct. 
83GS. Julia Williams, b. Dec. 2o, 1889, Torrington, Ct. 

8369. Eugene Samuel Williams, b. Apr. 14, 1891, Winchester, Ct. 

8370. Ennaa Ruth Williams, b. Nov. 6, 1892, Winchester, Ct. 

8371. Joseph Williams, b. Feb. 16, 1894, Winchester, Ct. 

8372. Abraham L. Williams, b. Nov. 3, ]895, Winchester, Ct. 

40G7. E:\DrA RTTTir SAXFOL'D [same, descent as 4066) 
b. June 20, 1S5G, Wells Hill, Ct. ; m. Oct. 25, 1S76, Charles M. Dean, 
d. Mar. 12, 3901, Tlartford, Ct. ; buried at I'atterson. N. Y. Res. 
Winsted, Ct. 

They had two children, born in Winsted, Ct. 

8373. Grace AbigaiU' Dean, b. Sept. 7, 1S8-1. 

8374. Samuel Sanford Dean, b. Aug. IS, 1891. 

4071. HENRY WITITE^ SANFORD {some descent as 4066) 
b. Jan. 6, 1867, Liuie Rock, Ct. ; d. Dec. 22, 1893, Win.^ted, Ct. ; 
m. ^lay 22, ]SSS, Lottie Sheldon, llei- res. Winsted, Ct. 

Tljcy had foui- cliildf.u, rdl exi-.^pt Ivlna bora in Winsti'd, Ct. 



NINTH GENERATION 709 



8375. EdiKiO, b. July 3, 1S89, Lime Kock, Ct. 

837G. Amos Henry, b. Sept. C, 1890. 

8377. Samuel Millard, b. Apr. 3, 189.S. 

8378. Henrietta, b. .luly 27, 1894. 

4074. REV. ISAAC^ SANF0rJ3 (EUas 1090, Isaac 727, 
Sanniel 252, Samuel 90, Samuel J9, Swiuuel 4, Tlwtnas 1) b. Apr. 
27, 1815, Newto^\^l, Cl. ; d. Jan. 20, 1909, Midcllefield, Ct. ; m. Dec. 
5, 1841, Lo%nsa Ami Weeks, b. Feb. 9, 1821, Patch oguo, N. Y. 
]\Ir. Sanford was a iiiiiiister of tlie IMclhodist Churcli, in Avliicli lie 
held many pa.storalos. Her res. ^Middlefield, Ct. 

Tlioy liad fou]- children. 

8379.H-Elias Beigainius, b. July G, 1843; m. Martha Sauford. 
8SS0.-J-Wilbur Fisk, b. May 20, lS4.j; d. Dec. 12, 18S0; m. Mrs. Miriam 

Melntyre.- 
8381. Ellen Lovisa, b. Dec. 18, 1847, Gosheu, Ct. ; uum. L'es., Middlefiekl, Ct. 

8352. + Lydia Ann, b. Mar. 4, 1850; m. Henry Weeks. 

4075. L0CKA700D' SANFOIfD {same, descent as 4074) b. 
Apr. 5, 1817, AYatorbary, Ct. ; d. Nov. 22, 1890, New Haven, Ct. ; 
m. Apr. 7, 1S44, Aluiii'ah, dau. of Asaiib and Bet.sey (Abbey) Sinilh 
of Ashford Ct., b. Feb. 15, 1810, East Windsor, Ct. ; d. Dee. 7, 
1891, New Haven. Ct. 

Tlicy had fonr children. 

8353. George Lockwoudf', b. Mar. 1-5, 1S4S; d. Aug. 2, 1848. 

8384. Frederick Lockwood, b. May 9, 1849, New Haven, Ct.; m. Oct. 20, 

1892, Isabella Lydia Bromi, b. Oct. 10, 1863, N. Y. City. No 
children. 

8385. Henry ]>anci.s, b. l\Tar. 23, 1S51; d. Aug. 31, 1852. 

8386. Henri.'tta Frances, b. Nov. 12, 18.53; d. Mar. 2, 1902; unm. 

4076. JOSF.PH BlIRRAL^ SANFORD {same dcsceni as 
4074) h. Feb. 11, 1821, Mnnroc, Ct. ; d. Sept. 25, 1897, Island Fond,, 
Pa.; ni. Sept. 10, 184—, Mary Jane AYoodmansec, b. Nov. 20, 182-1, 
Preston, Pa. ; d. Sept. 21, 1883. 

IVfr. Sanford v,as a farmer and liirabennan at Islaml Poud, 
Pa. He held vaiious town offices ;it Pi-eston, Pa. 

They had nine children, all born in Winwood, Pa. 

83S7.-i-Sarah Lucreliaf, b. Aug. 3, 1844; m. Charles Alien. 

83SS.4-Danio! Lindsley, b. Dec. 19, 1840; ui. (1) Catherine Allen; m. (2) 

Jjucrelia Stanton. 
83S9.-fFranci.<i Burral, b. Feb. 3, 1847; m. (1) Emily Miiz^y; m. (2) Mary 

"Melius. 



710 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMII-Y 



8390. + Ed;Tar Joseph, h. Sept. 2S, ISIS; d. Pec. 17, 1906; m. (1) Gonr^nana 

Kilpatrick ; la. (2) I\[nry Dot^-. 
8S91.-f James Calvin, h. June 21, ]S50; d. Dec. 31, 1903; in. Aqjia irapioa. 
8392. -f William Ileiny, b. Apr. 5, 1852; m. Malinda Dix. 

8393. Ifarri.'.t Elvira Jane, b. Tdar. 4, 1S.'31; d. Jnuc 28, 18G0, Preston, Pa.; 

and ^^as buried tiiere in "Little I'ork Cemetery", v.'hic.h vros given 
to the jiublie ]>y her father. 

8394. Annie I'lora, b. May 27, ISGl; m. ^opt. 28, 1SS9, Clarhe Kilpatrick, 

b. Oct. 11, 1870. Ko children. Ilea., Jerwyn, Pa. 
S395. + Luman Ellsworth, b. May 10, 1863; m. Elizabeth Dis. 

4077. SARAH^ SANFORD (same descent as 4074) b. Apr. 
G, ]S23, Monroe, Ct. ; d. Feb. 16, 1863, Preston, Pa.; m. Jau. 30, 
1848, Stephen Niles. 

They had five children. 

8396. Sanford Elias» Niles, d. early. 
S397. + Sanford Niles, m. Belle Numford. 

8398. Henry Niles, dec. 

8399. "Bird" Niles. 

8400. Jennie Nile?, dec. 

4078. FRANCIS ASBURY^ SANFORD {same descenc as 
4l774) b. Jan. 10, 1825, Monroe, Ct. ; d. Feb. 11, 1S69, Preston, Pa.; 
m. Feb. 4, ]846, at Hartford, Pa., Harriet E. Rice, b. Feb. 18, 1827 ; 
d. ]\rar. 6, 1874, Preston, Pa. 

Tliey had nine children. 

8101. Dexter 01in&, b. Eeb. 2.3, 1848, Harford, Pa.; d. Mar. 22, 1S4S, Harford, 

Pa. 
8402.-j-Sarah Justina, b. Apr. 22, 1849; d. Jan. 11, 1893; m. (1) Marvin Lord; 

m. (2) George Yuncle. 
8403. -I- Henry Jones, b. .Lily 8, 185]; m. (1) Lizzie H'y-ins; m. (2) Zula 

Eogers. 
8404. Willis Brevvster, b. July 8, 1853; d. Aug_ 2, 1854, Hartford, Pa. 
8405.+Harvey Willard, b. July 4, 1S55; m. Adelia Hatch. 
8400. + Joseph Eiec, b. Mar. 13, 1S5S; m. (1) Ida Kilpatrick; m. (2) Amelia 

Cox. 
8407.-fO,lary vSibley, b. Nov. 20, 1861; m. Edwin Butters. 
8408. Edson Bristol, b. 'Mar. 13, 1801, Prestou, Pa.; d. Mnr. 3, ISSS. 
8409. -[-Prances Elizabeth, b. Aug. 11, 1SG6; m. Arta Sweet. 

4079. EDSON^ SAXFORD {same descent as 4074) b. Oct. 
18, ]S2G, iAb^nroc, Ct. : ni. (1) Diantha ITarler ; m. (2) July l-\ 
ISGO, Eii/aboth Gloason. b. 1840. Res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

IMr. Sanford served four years in tlie war, 1861 to 186"). He is 
a nutn])er of the firm of Sanford & Co.. Wood engravers, IMeriden, 
Ct. 



NINTH GENl::iiATION 71] 



He had two cliildi-en. 

84 10. Katfi', ILL Hcv. Harry ] VI this. Ees., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
8-111. Clarence E., b. Jan. 12, ISll, Thoniaston, Me. Is an electrician in 
N. Y. City. 



4081. LmiAN WAYNE« SANFORD (same descent as 4074) 
b. Jidy 11, 1832, Mmiroe, Ct. ; ra. (1) ]\]ay 1, 1861, at Table Rock, 
Neb., Sarah Fnmcc-s Cook, b. 1841, iu Illinois; d. Dec. 1876, in 
Neb.; 711. (2) Sept. 23, 1880, Mrs. Olive Gclatt. 

In 1839 Mr. Sanford moved with ]i\9. parents to Preston, Pa., 
where they resided until 1S46, removing to Sandy Hook, Ct. He 
began working at the carpenter's trade in Preston, continuing 
until 1857, when he went to Table Rook, Neb. In 1860 he went 
with a party to the Pike's Peak gold diggings, returning to Table 
Rock in the fall. He served from 1862 to 1865 in the Civil War. 
In 1895 he bought a house and lot in Gibson, Pa. Res. Thompson, 
Pa. 

He had two children by first marriage, born in Table Rock, 
Neb. 

8412. Alice L.e, b. Apr. 13, 18G2; d. Juno f., 1863. 

8413. Oustavus IDysses, b. Apr. 27, 1SG6; d. Sept. 27, 1897; m. 1S95, Estolla 

Campbell, b. July 4, 1S68. 

4082. SUSAN JANE^ SANFORD {mmc descent as 4074) 
b. ^lar 23, 1835, :\lonroe, Ct. ; d. Dec. 6, 1907; m. Joseph P.earce 
^Yced, b. Sept. 18, 1830, Daubury, Ct. They lived in Sandy Hook 
until !I865, tlien moved to Preston, Pa. 

I\lr. Weed eulistr-d in Sept. 1801, at Newtown, Ct. ; in Co. I, 
8th Reg't. Conn. A'ol. Inf., and was discharged July 15, 1S65, for 
disability, at U. S. General Hospital, Fortress iMonroe, Va. He was 
color Sergeant at Cold Harbor, June 4, 1864, where he vras wounded 
in spine and permanently disabled. "When a young girl Mrs. 
Weed changed her name from Susannah to Susan. 

They had five children. 

8414. Henry TiaFayetleO Word, b. T^lay 30, ]S5>> Norwich, N. Y.; unin. 
S415. + Arthnr Joseph Weed, b. Juno 7, 18G0 ; dec; ui. EtTle Simpson. 
841G.4-Joscphine A. W.-d, b. Sept. 16, 1864; m. Eaurcn Curtis. 

8417. Susan ^l. Weed, b. Feb. 13, 1868, Preston, Pa.; d. Apr. 20, 1889; uum. 
8418.+Liliian J. Weed, b. July 19, 1872; d. Oct. 29, 1906; in. Efjbert Gardiner. 



712 THE THOMAS SANFORD FALITLY 



4083. ELIAS PAYERWEATHER^ SANFORD {same 
descent as 4074) b. Aug. 2, 1837, Mouroe, Ct. ; ra. July 3, 1867, 
Jeauette Evarts, b. Maj' 10, 1838, Salesbury, Ct. 

Mr. Sanford vras graduated from Normal School iu New 
Britain, Ct., m 1861. Jle was a teacher aud Civil Engineer. Tliey 
settled at Ore Hill in SaleKl)\]]-y, Ct., where he now resides. He 
was Corporal in Co. C, 17tli Reg't. Conn. A^ol. Inf., from Aug. 18, 
1862., to Aug., ]8S3. 

They liad one child. 

8-il9. Mary Dabdia, b. May 6, 3 871, Newtown, Ct. 

4084. JERUSHA^ SANFORD {Samuel 1697, Isaac 727, 
Samuel 252, Samud 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 1815; 
Newtown, Ct. ; d. ^lar. 1842, Southbury, Ct. ; m. Feb., 1833. at 
Newto^^'n, Ct., ZaLnon Lyon, a shoemalvor. Tliey lived in AYfstou, 
Ct. until 1839 ; in Sandy Hook until Apr. 1, 1840, then in South- 
bury. She was a teacher for several years. 

They had three children. 

8420. David S}ier\\oo(rj Lyon, ]j. Feb. 28, ]S39, Wcslon, Ct. Ees., Buchanan, 

Mich., in ]S75. 

8421. Infant, b. Feb., 1841 ; d. ag. six weeks. 

8422. Infant, b. :^tar., 1842; d. Mar., 1842. 



4086. J^AURA^ SANFORD {same clesccnl as 40S1) b. Aug. 
1822, Newtown, Ct. ; d. Sept. 3, 1874, Ansonia, Ct. ; m. AViUis L. 
Clinton, d. Dec. 15, 1873, Columbus S. Carolina. 

They had tluee children all born in Derby, Ct. 

8423. .fane Louise" Clinton, b. Sel. 20, 1850; d. Feb. 1, 1S64, Ansonia, Ct. 

8424. Ranuul ^Vi^is Clinton, b. Feb. 3, 38.^3; d. 1878, iNtayport, Fla. 

8425. Anna Sanford Clinton, b. .July 12, 1S59; d. Sept. 37, 1865, Ansonia, Ct. 

4088. FRANCES LOUISA^ SANFORD {same descent as 
40S4) b. Alay 28, 1830, Newtown, Ct.; d. Mar. 9, 1901, Danbury, 
Ct.; m. Alay 5, 1849, Levi Beer.s Fairchild. b. -May 10, 1828, New- 
town, Ct. He is living (1906) at Odd Fellows' Home. Groton, 
Ct. 

They had two children, born in Danbury, Ct. 

842ti.-|- Lorenzo^ Fairchild, b. .Tune 20, JS.50; in. Gertrude Taylor. 
8427. + Stanley Carlos Fairchild, b. Oct. 14, 1S:.2; d. Sept. 28, 1886; m. 
Genevieve Williamson. 



NINTH GENERATION 713 



4089. LORENZO DOAV« SANFOKD {same descent as 40S4) 
b. May 28, 1830, Newtown, Ct. ; d. May 19, 1896, New ILvven, Ct. ; 
in. Apr. 23, 1S55, at Derby, Ct., Am-elia Luciiida Norton, of Bristol, 
Ct., b. Fob. 11, 1836. He was a wood tiiriier, later a telcpbone 
operator. 

They bad one child. 

842S. + Gcorge Avigustnss, h. Apr. 19, 1857; in. Mary Elakeiuan. 



4090. FREDERICK-' SANFORD (.vame descent as -iOSi) 
b. Auir. 10. 1S33, Newtow):i, Ct. ; m. Oot. 17, ]S55, Ennice Eli?-a 
Clark of SouUjaiapton, .Alnss., b. Feb. 9, 1S36. I\rr. Saiiford came 
to Derby v.iicii IS years old when he learned the business of carriage 
paiutinrr, wbich lie has carried on from !1855. 

They had tv>o children, born in Doby, Ct. 

8429. l.illirai Mary", h. July 1, lSr,9 ; d. June 30, 1860, Derby, Ct. 
8-i30.-f Frederick Slicpard, b. Oct. 7, 3SG0; rn. Lizzie Somers. 

4091. .AIARIETTA^^ SANFORD {JoJm 1699, Isaac 727, Sam- 
uel 252. Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel d, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 11, 
1842, Ne^\ town, Ct. ; ni. (1 ) INIay 2, 186G, Henry Wakely, b. July 31, 
1846, Redding', Ct. : d. Apr. 21, 1871. Reddiijg- Ct. ; m. (2) Apr. 15,. 
1873, Fred C. Hungerford, b. Feb. 1, 1849. They settled in TVash- 
ington, Ct., on 'Mv. Hungerford 's farm. 

She had two childrcu by first and one by second marriage. 

8431. Jennie Elizabeths Wakely, b. Feb. ]3, 1867, Eeddiug, Ct. 

8432. Harriet Maria Wakely, b. Dec. 20, 1868, E9ddiug, Ct.; d. A]ir. 22, 

1869, Sandy Hook, Ct. 

8433. John Frederick llnugortord, b. Jan. 17, 1S74, Washington, Ct. Kes., 

Torrington, Ct. 

4092. JOHN LYMAN* SANFORD {same descent as 4091) 
b. Aug. 17, 1843, Sandy Hook, Ct. ; m. Jan. 1, 1871, Isabel Judson, 
b. ^ilay 31, 1814, X(.'\vto\vi)', Ct. ^Ir. Sanford is a mechanic. 

Tbe.v ba.d six children. 

«434. Koberl no^vard'\ b. Nov. 4, 3876; d. :Mar. ^^,, 1S7S. 

R43.5. Fd<(.n r.eiiiirtt, b. Sept. 9, 1879; d. Oct. 3 2, 1880. 

S436. AVilliinn A., b. Nov. S, 1881; d. A]^r. 9, lsS.5. 

8437. John Lyman, b. July 24, 3883. 

843S. Paul Judson, b. Oct. 5, 1884; d. May 20, 1894. 

8439. George White, b. Oct. 13, 1887; d. June 26, 1S91. 



714 THE TI10Mx\S SANFORD FAillLY 

4094. ELLEN MA31IA« SANFORD (Luman 1700, Isaac 727, 
Samuel 252. Sa)nuel 90, Samuel W, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. May 1, 
1841, Pittsfield, ^lass. ; m. Sept. 16, 1869, in Sajidwich, 111., Albert 
M. Smith, b. Nov. 6, 1843. Islv. Smith was a farmer. They lived 
at Asl'bnry, 111., until 1871, then at Comvay, la. He served in the 
War of ISCl. 

They had one child. 

8-MO. Louis Albert^ Siuith, b. Aug. 2G, 1871, Conway, la. 

4100. EDWARD ELIZUR'^ NORTHROP {Elizur 1701, 
Ahiah 737, Samuel 252, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) 
b. Apr. 17, 1837, EJyria, 0.: d. Nov. 9, 18C8, Cleveland, 0.; m. 
Martha Robertson, d. Nov., 1903, Elyria, 0. 

Tiiey had twu children. 

8441. Franks Xorthro]>, d. in infancy. 

8442. William Edv.ard Xorthrop, b. June 30, 1867, Elyria, 0.; d. Mar., 

1904, Cleveland, O. 

4101. CHARLES CLEMENT^ NORTHROP {same elescenf 
as 4100) b. Jan. 20, 1839, Elyria, 0.; m. (1) Dee. 29, 1862, Harriet 
A. Croat, b. Jan. 26, ]840: d. Nov. 13, 1864, Elyria. 0.; m. (2) Oct. 

15, 1S6S, :Mr.5. Nettie Laeey Tame, b. :\lar. 27, 1810. Res., Cleve- 
land, 0. 

He had one child by first and four by second marriage. 

8443.+Kellie9 Xorlhrop, b. Nov. 20, 18(33; in. Alton Smith. 

8444. Lacey Eliziir Nortlirop, b. Apr. 53, 1S73; d. Aug. 20, 1S73. 
8445.-f-Crace Edith Xorthrop, b. June 10, 1S77; ni. Anson Skinner. 
844G. Clarence Charles Northroj*. b. :May 3, 1879. 

84 J 7. Herbert Lacey Xorthrop, b. Sept. 12,JSS2; d. .July 3, 1001. 

4102. CLi:.AlENT^ HINMAN iAnioineitc 1706, Ahiah 737, 
Samuel 252, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 

16, 1838, Elyria, 0. ; d. ab. 1903, Chicago, 111. ; m. ^lary Titus. Res., 
Maywood, 111. 

They had three children. 

8445. .les.sieo HiunKin, m. May IL 1^03, Frank Grotc of Oakland, Cal. 
8110. Camilla Hinman, ni. Neil Satiorlee of Chica.^o, 111. 

8150. -f Smith llinnnu, m. 'IVana ArcLcnnon. 

4104. ELLEX"^ HLX.MAN {same descent as 4102) b. July 
31, 1846, Can.drn. 0.; dec.; m. Eatori ^Merchant. 



NINTH GENERATION 



The}' liad two children. 

S451. Minnies Merchant. 
84.J2. Willie Mcrchaul. 

4107. HATTIE^ HINMAN {saute descent as 4W2) b. Nov. 
12, 1856, Avoea, 111.; m. Sept. 23, 1879, Henry Kniegei*. Res., 
Ncenah, Wis. 

Tliey had four cliildren, all born in Neenali, Wis. 

8ir>3. Williamo Krueger, b. Nov. 22, ISSO. 

8454. James H. Krueger, b. May 15, 1SS2; in. Sej.!. ?7, 1904, Ilel.-n Smithers 

of Menomomee, Micli_ 

8455. Antoinette Krueger, b. Feb. 10, 1S84. 

8456. Carl F. Krueger, b. Nov. 4, 1SS5. 

4108. HENRY SANFORir NORTHROP {Alhcrt 1709, 
Ahiah 737, Sairnicl ;2.x?, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) 
b. May 22, 1857, Elyria, 0.; in. Dec. 23, 1883, :Mary Kerr, b. Dec. 
3, 1857, Allegheny City, I'a. Res., Brooklyn. N. Y. 

They had four children. 

8457. Frederick Kerrs Nortlirop, b. Nov. 9, 1SS4, Pittsburgli, Fa. 

8458. Mary ]\Targaret Northrop, b. Mar. 5, ]SS6, Pittsburgh, Ph. 
8450. Anna Katlierine Northrop, b. Yni\. 8, 1S03, P.rooklyn. N. Y. 
84G0. John Clemenl Northrop, b. .'Inly 27, 1898, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

4111. FREDERIC ALBERT^^ NORTHROP {same descent as 
4108) b. July 2, 1SG2, Elyria. 0.; m. July 20, 1887, Emma Tripp, 
b. Nov. G, 1867, Dc Rnyter, N. Y. Res., Woliaston, Mass. 

They had five children. 

8401. Albert llenryo Northrop, ]). Aug. 10, 18SS; d. Apr. 25, 189G. 

S4fi2. William Clement Northrop, b. May 20, 189]. 

8463. Kobcrt Jermaine Northrop, b. Nov. 3, 1894; d. .\]ir. 29, 1890. 

8464. Henry Sanford Northroj., b. Nov. 18, 189G. 

8465. Eiohard I'rederick Nortlirop, b. Sept. 4, 1902; d. Feb. IG, 1904. 

4113. CIlAPvLOTTi:. RANEORD^ NORTHROP {same des- 
cent as 410S) b. Feb. 23, 1867, Elyria, 0.; ni. Jnne 5, 1804, James 
Campbell Roberts, b. Feb. 1, ]867, Brownsville, Pa. Res., Pitts- 
'bnrgh, Pa. 

They had fnur children. 

8466. .lames Campbell^ Roberts, .Tr., b. Apr. 7, 1S95. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

8467. Albert Northrop Roberts, b. Feb. 11, 1897, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



THE THOMAS SA^^FORr) TAMFLY 



8-iOS. John Nelson Koberts, b. AjTil 15, lOOO, New Brighton; d. Sept. 6, 

1903, Eidgeview Park, Pa. 
S4G9. Henry Sanfnrd Poberts, b. Aug. 5, 1903, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

4117 JESSIE'^ BURNEEL {Ann 17 W, Ahiah 737, Scnnucl 
252, Samvcl SO, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, TTiOrias 1) 1.. Nov. 5, 1857, 
Oberlin, 0.; m. 18S0, Edwin Francis Fobes. Kes., Lexington, 0. 

They had two children. 

8470. Francis^ Fobes. He -(von a Phodcs scholarship at Hrirvrird, and has 

studied at Oxford, England. 

8471. Olive Fobes. 

4119. ELLEN LOUISE^ SANFORD {Julius 1712, Josiah 
73S, Samuel 252, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 
Jan. 22, 1850, Newtown, Ct. ; m. Dec. 24, 1878, Sherwood Thompson, 
New Haven, Ct. Res., New Haven, Ct. 

They had one child. 

8472. Paul Sanfordf* Thompson,, b. Sept. 10, 1SS2, New Haven, Ct.; ra. Jan. 

31, 1906, Marguerite Gilbert Poot. 

4123. SARAH ED:\r[iXT)S^ SANFORD {Henry 1713, Josiah 
738, Samuel 252, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thovias 1) h. 
Aug. 5, ISni, Newtown, Ct. ; m. June 7, 1894, Robert H. Beers of 
Newtown, Ct. He is one of the firm of R. H. Beers & Co., formerly 
the general diy goods and grocery store of Henry Sanford. 

They had two children, born in Newtown, Ct. 

8473. Henry Sanford' Beers. 

8474. Poliert Edmund Beers. 



4124. EMILY ALICE'^ WHEELER {Charlotte 1715, Josiah 
738, Samuel 252, Samuel 90, Sa)nuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 
May 25, 1852, Newtown, Ct. ; m. Sept. 27, 1874, George H. ^Metvee, 
b. Sept. 4, 1850. Res., Independence, Iowa. 

They had fonr cliildren. 

8175. Walter Howards Melve,, b. June 19, 1S77. 

61 7C. Harriot Alice I^IcKee, b. Dec. 4, 1878; d. Sept. 1, 1879. 

8477. Gertrude Isadore McKee, b. Nov. 3, 1879. 

8478. Charlotte McKce. 

4127. HARRIET JOSEPHINE^ FULLER {Mary 1718, 
Philo 739, Samud 252, Samuel 90, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Tho^nas 1) 



NINTH GENERATION 717 



b. Jan. 6, 1859 ; m. Apr. 20, 1881, William A. Ranney, b. Jan. 6, 
1859, Chicago, 111. Res., Chicago, 111. 
They had four children. 

8479. Louihi'? Puiimcy, b. Apr. 7, 1SS3. 

8480. Josephine Kanncy, b. Sept. 27, 1SS5. 

8481. Helea Rnniiey, b- Oct. 30, ISSC. 

8452. Harriet Ranney, b. Nov. 18, 1SL^3. 

4128. ^lARY SANFORD^ FULLER {same descent as 4127) 
b. June 8, 1869 ; m. Nov. 2-t, 1896, Joseph A. Kelsey, b. June 8, 1869, 
Chicago, 111. Res., IMontclaii', N. J. 

They liad three eliildren. 

8453. Allivons- Kel'^y, b. OA. IS, ISPS. 

8454. Jaiiet KcIfcv, b. July 3, 1901. 
848.5. Margaret Kelsey, b. Nov. 27, 3904. 

4132. CORNEIJA^ BOSTWICK {Lvcy 1722, Ehcnczer 740, 
Ehenczer 259, Ehenczer 91, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 
Feb. 2, 1843. New Milford, Ct. ; d. March 27, 1870, Slierman, Ct.; 
ni. Oct. 9, 18G2, John E. Northrop, b. Feb. 1, 1837, Sherman, Ct. ; 
d. Feb. 9, 1807, Ivoryton, Ct. 

They had one child. 
84S6.H-Isabe]9 Northrop, b. July ]9, 1SG4; m. Rev. Edward Cli:;pman. 

4135. WILLI AT^r ISAAC^ SANFORD {David 1725, Elijah 
749, John 269, John 93, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. :\Iar. 
25, 1834, Newtown, Ct. ; d. Jan. 18, 1903, Danbiiry, Ct. ; m. ]\ray 7, 
1864, Annie ^Manning of Chicago, 111., b. Aug. 23, 1847. 

"Wl en a yonug man jMr, Sauford became a clci'k in the ofrieo 
of the Chicago & Noi-lliwestem R. R. and rose to the position of 
chief clerk. His fathei- dying, he returned to Sandy Hook, Ct., 
to settle his estate. This done, he removed to Danbnry. Ct., where 
he was station agent for some years. lie was Selectnian for three 
terms in Nev.town, Ct., and for one term in tlie Ccnoral Assembly. 

They had fonr children. 
8487. Jaclvson Towiisenc>, b. Apr. 10, ISC'i, C)nca;:;o, 111.; uuiii. Res., N. Y. 

City. 
84SS.^-Willi.•lln Atwater, b. Deo. 16, ]S67; ui. Jennie Haas. 

8489. Emily To\vnsend, b. Aufr. 24, 1883, Newtown, Ct. iCts.. N. Y. City. 

Miss Sauford is a writer of some note, having written several prize 
essays. 

8490. Grace Elizabeth, b. Feb. 13, 1885, Neulown, Ct.; d. Deo. IS, 1903, 

Uanbury, Ct. 



718 THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 

4136. JANE ELIZABETH^ SANFORD {same descent as 
4135) ].. .Alar, 8, 1S3G, Newtown, Ct. ; d. Jan. 7, 18G7, Newto\\ii, Ct. ; 
m. Sept. 24, 1863, Kev. AYilliam H. Aloore, b. 1820. 

They had one child. 

8191. William TowuseDcl'J Moore, b. Jan. 10, 1865, Berlin, Ct.; unni. 

4142. EDARTND TROWBRIDGE HASTINGS^ GIBSON 
(Elizalcili 17;]7, ElijaJi 749, John 269, John 93, Samuel 19, Samuel 
4, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 19, 1S43, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Pra^ices C. 
Burbank. Res. N. Y. City. 

They had one child. 

8492. Frtufes Hastiiigso Gibson, b. Feb. 14, 1S9C), N, Y. City. 

4143. CI-IARDKS DANA^ GIBSON {same descent as 4142) 
b. Apr. 19, 18-J3, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Mamie Tngwell. Res., N. Y. 
City. 

They had one eliild. 

8493. Edna Sanfords Gibson, b. May 8, 18S8, N. Y. City. 

4147. AYILLTAAI HAAIILTON^ GIBSON {same descent 
as 4142) b. Oct. 5, 1S50, Newtown, Cl.-, d. July 16, 1896, Washing- 
ton, Ct. ; ]ii. Oct. 29, 187o', Ennna Ludlow Blanchard. 

Mr. Gibson was a botaiiist, a lecturer, an author and artist, 
but above all a lover of nature. He was, so to speak, an intimate 
friend of the plant world. He ^\Tote about it, lectured about it, 
made x'ictures of it in all the varied phases of its life. He made a 
specia^ study of cross-fertilization and worked out a remarkable 
series of models to explain the process, in connection v.ith his lec- 
tures. His handling of his chosen subjects, whether in speech, 
writing or drawing, was inarked both by vivid and poetic delicacy 
and by careful scientific accuracy. 

TJicy had two cliildreu, born iii Brooklyn, N. Y. 

8494. Dana Blanohardn Gibson, b_ Ool. 11, IS^.S. 

8495. V.'illiaiii Hamilton Gibson, b. Apr. 29, 1838; m. June 30, 190S, Brook 

Van Dyke, of Princeton, N. J. 

4148. JULIETTE SANFORD^ GIBSON {same descent as 
4142) b. Dee. 8, 1852, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 20, 1873, Clarence 
Meigs, son of AVilliam II. and Harriet (I^roohs) Noble, b. Mar. 8, 
1850; d. Sept. 16, 1885, Mexico City. 



NINTH GENERATION 719 



They had four children. 

8496. Dtsir.- C!air9 Noble, b. Sept. 15, ]S75, Brooldyn, N. Y. ; d. Sept. IC, 

1875, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
8-197. Jrenrictta Louiso Noble, b. A].r. 25, 1880, Brooklyn, N. Y.; d. May 17, 

1SS2, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

8498. Edith Louise Noble, b. Dee. 2, 18^2, N. Y. City; m. Eev. Addison A. 

Lamb. 

8499. Kenneth Brooks Noble, b. Feb. 2, 1S84, N. Y. City. 

41G6. WALLACE* SANFORD {TJiomas 1737, Moses 751, 
Zadoc 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Sam.nd 4, TJioums 1) b. Sept. 38, 
1S36, Woodbridge, Ct. ; d. May 27, 1S92, Clevelaud, 0.; m. Dec. 23, 
1872, Alice JMcConnell. Res. Cleveland, 0. 

They had one child. 

8500. Lneella Wallace^, b. Oct. 5, 1873, CleveiaBd, O. ; ni. Josiah Sullivan 

01 Koehesier, N. Y. No children. 

4170. EMERETTs SANFORD {same descent as 4166) b. 
Nov. 8, 1848, Woodbridge, Ct. ; d. Nov. 2, 1872, New Haven, Ct. ; 
ni. Frank L. Newton. 

They had one child. 

8501. Elbert P.? Newton, b. Tvfar. 12, 1872. Kes., Rochester, N. Y. 

4171. AYJNSTON* SANFORD {same descent as 4166) b. 
Feb. 16, 1802, AYoodbridge, Ct. ; m. (1) Sept. 29, 1S7S, Jennie 
"Derenberg"; d. Mar. 28, 1885, Cliicago, 111.; m. (2) Dee. 31, 
1885, Hannah AY. ''Luck" of Portage, Wis. Res. Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

He hfid one child by fir.st and one by second marriage. 

8502.-|-Edn;i!^', b. Au^i^ 20, ]S7!i; ni. ITerni;;n .Tunsky. 

8503. Thomas, b. Oct. S, 1802, Portage, Wi?. 

4172. GEORGE^ SANFORD {John 1741, John 753, Zadnc 
275, Moses 95, Samud 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Jan. IS, 1831, 
Bethany. Ct.; d. ab. 1882: m. (1) Nov. 7, 1852, Anna Johnson, b. 
Sept. 5', 1S20; ni. (2) June 0. 18G9, :\Iary A. Rond, b. 1839, Nova 
Scotia. 

He had three children by each marriage. 

8504. Franklin P.", b. Oct. 14, 1S51. 

8505. Mary E., b. O.'t. 1, 1856. 
850G, \Villiam, b. May 13, 1859. 



720 THE THOMAS SA'N'FORD FAMILY 



8507. Minnie, b. 1872. 

8508. Ida, b. 1875. 

8509. Mabel, b. 1SS2. 



4173. DAYID T.^ SANFORD (same descent as 4172) b. Oct. 
30, 184n, ]3etiiany, Ct. ; m. Nov. 26, 1870, Sophia Yickery. 

Tiiey had tliree children, all boru in Bethany, Ct. 

8510. Carlton I.s, b. Apr. 14, 1871. 

8511. Anna Eliza, b. Dec. 29, 1873. 

8512. Grace E., b. June 23, 1877; d. June 4, 1S79. 

4174. CHARLOTTE'^ SEELEY {Ahna 1743, John 753, 
Zadoc 275, Moses 95, Samuel ID, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. May 20, 
1830; m. David Clark, b. Sept. 28, 1819. 

They })ad one child. 

8513.-fCharle3 Byron^ Clark, b. Jan. 2, 1849 j m. Clara Koclcr. 

4184. ELIZA^ SANFORD (Naihan 1747, Philo 754, Zadoc 
275, Moses 95. Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 14, 183S; 
m. (1) Nov. 22, 1858, Elisha S. Booth, b. Jnly 24, 1837; d. Jan. 5, 
1863; m. (2) Oct. 2. 1S67, Henry Norris Galpin, b. Dec. 22, 1820; 
d. Dec. 22, FS02. Res.. Berlin, Ct. 

She had three children by second marriage. 

8514. Marys Galpin, b. July 24, 18t3S; m. June 24, 1901, Ernest W. Mildruni. 

8515. Euth Galpin, h. Dec. 4, 1S70; umn. Ees., Berlin, Ct. 

8510. Helen Galpin, b. May 23, 1S79; m. Jan. 8, 1902, Arthur H. Lombard. 

4i8b. VIRGIL*^ BlICKINGHAIM {Edwin 1752, Esther 755, 
Zadoc 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. May 4, 
1838; ni. ^lary AYood, of Beacon Falls, Ct. 

They had tliree children. 

8517. Edward Nel^ftn? BuckinplKun, b. 1867; deceased. Two dam^bters. 

Ees., Seymour, Ct. 

4189. SARAH" BFCKINGIIAlNr {same descent as 41S8) b. 
Jnly 24, 1S14; m. Albert Carrington. 
They liad llirce children. 

8518. Jessie^ Carrinfrton. 

8519. Lulu Carrinf:;ton. 

8520. Milton Carringtou. 



KINTH GKNEEATION 721 



4196. WILLIA?.! GARY^ TUTTLE {Willicni J761, Mary 
757, Zadoc 27r>, ]\[osfs 9:1, Samvcl 19, Samuel 4, Thomas i) b. June 
12, 1840; m. All.?. 18,' 1862, Phebe FloAvens, of Roxbury, Ct. 

Tliey had two childreu. 

8521. P.clles Tulfie, b. June 17, 1SG5, 

8522. Bertie Tuttlc, b. Feb. 19, 1868. 

4197. ALTIIEA IMArvIA^ TUTTEE (same descent as 4196) 
b. July 30, 1842: m. A\n\ 14, 1862, Rodcriclr Atwood, d. Juue 12, 
1895. Res. AVoodbnry, Ct. 

They had cue child. 

8523.+EcIm;u E.s Atwood, b. Aug. IS, 1866; m. Jennie Leavenworth. 

4198. LUCY JANE'' TUTTLE {sam-e descent as 4196) b. 
Feb. 23, 1840; rn. Aug. 17, 1861, Harley ■Warner. Res. Middle- 
bnry, Ct. 

They had one child. 

8d24. Ellen A.s Warner, b. Mar. 2, 1867. 

4205. MARY HARRIET'^ TUTTLE {FMlo 1763, Mary 757, 
Zadoo 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samyi.el 4, Thohia^s 1) h. July 11, 
1838; m. AVyllis Benham. 

They had two children. 

8525. Edsons Bcnhara. 

8526. Emily Benham. 

4214. I\TARTIIA IL' TUTTLE {Marvin- 1769, Mary 757, 
Zadoc 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 1, 
1853, Huntington, Ct. ; d. May 6, 1890; m. Oct., 1873, ^Ymiam 
E. Curtis. 

They had two children. 

8527. Edward ]M.<» Cnrtis. 

8528. Nettie C. Curtis. 

4216. JOHN A.« TUTTLE {same descent as 4214) b. July 
28, 1807, Huntins:ton, Ct. ; m. May 1, 1890, Addic jNI. Wheeler, of 
Southbury, Ct. Res. Seymour, Ct. 

They had five children, all born in Seymour. Ct. 

8529. Martha C.o Tiittlo, b. Mar. 2-1, 3892; d. Apr. 12, 1F92, Seymour, Ct. 

8530. Frederick Tuttle, b. June 22, 1893. 

(46) 



THE TliOMAB SANFOl^D FAMILY 



S531. Fiom Tuttlc, b. Ajjr. 4, 1S95. 

8532. Gertrude Tuftle, b. July 21, 1S98. 

8533. Mabel Tuttle, b. -June 29, 1901. 

4217. FREDERICIC ll.« TUTTLE (same descent as 4214) 
b. Aug. 31, 1SG9. Huntington, Ct. ; m. Nov. 1, 1896, Anna DePorest. 
Res. Seymour, Ct. 

They had six cliildrcn, all born in Seymour, Ct. 

853i. Altao Tt*4I]G, b. Juno 2, I89S. 

8535. Alarvlu TuttJo, b. Feb. IS, ]900. 

8530. Elsie Tuttle, b. Oct. 25, 1901. 

8537. How;ird 1 utile. 

8538. Elv.ood Tuttle, b. July 31, 1905. 

8539. Bertha Tuttle, b. Feb. 12, 1908. 

4221. AXGIE LOUISE^ SANFORD {Miles 1771, Nathan 
758, Zadoc 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. 
July 21, 1S49, Boston, xAlass. ; m. Aug. 6, 1874, Dr. E. M. lIov;ard 
Res. Camden, X. J. 

Tjjey had six cliildren. 

S5i0. Bertram ]\[elvi]lef' Howaxu, b. Nov. IS, 1875; d. Mar. 14, 1S7S. 

8541. Isabel Alice Howard, b. Jan. 29, 1S77. 

8542. Eose Fthel Howard, b. May 12, 1S78. 

8543. Lillian Louise Howard, b. Sept. 17, 1882. 

8544. Albert San ford Howard, b. Sept. 20, 1884. 

8545. ]\relville Howard, b. May 30, 1SS6; d. July 19, 1SS7. 

4224. HEXRY XEWTOX^ AVILEIAMS {Jane 1773, Nathan 
758, Zadoe 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 
2, 18-]f), AVindojii. 0.; m. July .16, 1870, Fannie A. Murray, b. 
July 1, 1849. :\[r. AVilliams is in the insurance busincs.^ in Ciiicago, 
111., but reside:-; in Evauston. 

They had two children. 

8540. Childo, deceased. 

8547. Carrie Vs'illianis. 

4225. CHARLES EDWARD^ WILLIAMS {same deseent 
as 4224) b. Apr. 5, 1819, Windom, 0.; d. Aug. 3, 1881; ni. Oct 11 
1876, Kittie Hoxie, b. Illay 16, 1859. 

They had two children. 

8548. Almcdao Williams. 

8549. Jclin Willian:s. 



NINTH GENERATION 723 



4226. LINNIE^ SANFOED {George 1774, Nalkan 758, 
Zadoc 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. Dec. 8, 
1864, Freedom, 0.; m. Aug. 25, 1887, Heni-y "W. Parlicr, b. July 
4, 1861, Peoria, III. Ees. Cold AW. or, I\Jieii. 

They luid tv.o childien. 

8550. Eulh Siuiford!' I'aiLer, b. Mar, 21, IRDl. 

8551. EsD.er Anna Parker, b. Sept. ' 8, 1893. 

4231. FRANK YAWOOld' SANFOED {Smitli 1777, Nathan 
758, Zadoc 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomets 1) b. Oct. 
10, IbuS. Eootsto\Mi, 0.; m. Aug. 81, 1887, .Alary M., dan. o£ 
Edward K. Blinii, of Cromvrell, Ct. 

]\rr. Sanford was graduated from Penn. State Normal Scliool 
at Millersville, and from AYeslej^an University, Middletowri, Ct. 
lie is now Superintendent of Schools in LaGrauge, 111. In or 
about 1894 he undertook the task of getting out a Sanford Geuea- 
ology and spent considerable time among the records in various 
towns in Connecticut, where he gathered and tabulated about 
one thousand Sanford names and records, all of which he very 
kindly and generously turned over to the author for his use in 
this work. 

They liad four children, all except Leigh born in LaGrauge* 
111. 

8552. Lcijrh RusselK-, b. Aug. 1, 1883, Cromwell, Ct. Entered the Govcrnnicut 

Kevenne Cutter Service May 26, 190S, for his life v.ork. 

8553. Miles Bliun, b. Apr. 11, 1895. 
855-1. Trent Elwood, b. Feb. 21, 1897. 

8555. Evelyn Louise, b. Oil. 16, 1S99. 

423G. JA^Ii:S APTIIUR'^ SANFORD {Emonj 1779, Xafhan 
758, Zarluc 275, Moses 95, Samuel 19, Samuel 4, Thomas 1) b. May 
24, 1875, Ravenna, 0.; 111. Nov. 19, lOOL', Julia A. Fgan, b. in 
Cleveland, 0. Res. Clevelaiul 0. 

I'hey had one cliiM. 

8556. Georo-e Arthurs, b. Oct. G, 1903, Cleveland, O. 

424.1. CATIIEIMNE ANN^ POOTH {John 1787, Joel 761, 
Ehenczev 280, liochel 98, Sauiud 19. Samuel 4, Tho-.ims 1) b. Mar. 
3, ]S1.^; d. Oct. IL 187:-!, N. Y. C. ; m. Nov. 2M, 1S:^;J, Stnrr. sou of 
Rice E. and Betsey (Bdoth) Peach, b. duly 18. 181], Ti'iiinbull, Ct. 

Tlioy had seven ehi'dren, all bufii in Pridgeiu>rl. Ct. 



724 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 



8557.+I^niclino Augiistua ]5eaeh, b. Mov. M, 1835; d. June 2S, 1889; ni. George 

Burritt. 
S55S.4Srirah Catlierine Boacli, b. Nov. 2:3, 1S3S; d. Oct 10, 1894; m. (1) 

David V/olls; iii. (2) Charles JIarkloy. 
85D9.-[-,1uhn Mil.'s Beach, b. Sept. 15, 1840; m. Jennie Iliggi:is. 
85G0. Julia F. IVarl., b. June 3, 18-12; d. June 5, 1844, Bridgc]>ort, Ct. 
8561. Julia Brooks Beach, K July 31, 1SJ4; d. July 28, 1575, Jersey City, 

N. J.; m. Dec. 7, 1870, Charles Galbraith, of Galveston, Texas. 
85G2. Edwards Starr Beaeh, b. iSIar. 20, 1850; unni. 
85C3.-1-Mary I'lla Beach, b. Sept. 6, 1851; m. Philip "Wheeler. 

424.4:. LEVERETT A.« SANFOILD {David 1791, David 762, 
David 291, Samuel 103. Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 
17, 1837, Bristol, Ct. ; m. (1) Oct. ]7, 1860, Mary E. Atkin.s, of 
AVoloott, Ct.; m. (2) Julia L. Dimhar of Bristol, Ct. Res., Bristol, 
Ct. 

Ho had one child by first marriage. 

8564.-fLeverett Arthur^, b. July 7, 1862; ni. (1) Tillie Lawson; m. (2) 
Olive Fi.?h. 

4248. ORKIN-^ ROOT {Emelinc 1793, Damans 765, David 
291, Samuel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) m. i\Iartha 
Thojnas. 

Tliey had one child. 

8565. Yiolaf* Eoot. 

4249. JOSEPHINE^ ROOT {same descent as 4248) m. 
Oswin Dc^olittle. 

Tiiey had five children. 

8560. Hov.aid'^ Boolitlle. 

85G7. Sherwood Doollttle. 

S5C8. Warren Doollttle. 

8569. James Doolittle. 

8570. Christine Doolittle. 

4231. SAliAH-* ALLT.NG {Eliza 179S, Olive 766, David 291, 
Saniutl 103, Samuel 23, Thomas .7 Thomas 1) m. .Tared Blakeslee. 
I'hey had four cliildren. , 

8571. Ida?' lilakeshe. 

8572. Etta Blakeslee. 

8573. Maria Blakeslee. 
8571. Frank Blakeslee. 



NINTH GENERATION 725 



4263. NANCY^' ALLING {same descent as 4261) m. William 
Hall. 

They lind throe children. 

8575. Burtoii? IJall. 
857G. Jo'iU Hall. 
8577. liosa Tlall. 

4272. CYRUS* WAENEll {Ahjicr 1802, Olive 76G, David 
291, Samuel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) m. EoseUe 
Munson. 

They had three children. 

S578. Ellisfl Warr-er. 
8579. Bmton Warner. 
S5S0. Lillian Warner. 

4275. ^IIRANDA'^ WARNER {same descent as 4272) m. 
Orrin I\ liaison. 

They had three children. 

85S.1. Cliffordf Munson. 

8582. Eobiu Muusou. : "' 

8553. Nora Mnnsou. 

4270. CllAUNCEY^ WARNER {same descent as 4.272) m. 
Sarali Piijk]);nii. 

They had eight children. 

8554. Ileuryo V,'nnicr. 

8555. William Warner. 
8586. Daisy ^Varner. 
85S7. Herbert Warner. 
8588. Kathorinc Warner. 
85S9. Stella Warner. 
8500. Florence Warner. 
850].- Winifred Warner. 

4279. JANE/ ^VARNER {Minor 1803, Olive 766, David 291, 
Samuel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, TJionias 1) h. i\lar. 1, 1S31, Ilam- 
den, Ct.; d. Feb. 26, 18G0, ITamden, Ct. ; ni. 1S50, AVilliam Lord, 
b. 1829, Woodbridge, Cl. ; d. in New Ilavcii, Ct. 

They had two children. 

8592. Julia Ani\« Lord, b. Aug., 1851, New Haven, Ct. ; d. 18G1, New Haven, 

Ct. 
859;!. -I Lillian Jane Lord, b. July 12, 1857; m. (1) Charles Chadbounie; m. 

(2) Samuel Baker. 



726 TJU: TIiu:\l AS SANl'^OKD FAMILY 

4280. CniARLES JARED^ "WARNER {same descent as 
4279) b. A])r. 25, 1S32, Hanidcn, Cl. ; m. June 3, 1S58, Mary Ann 
Oviatt, b. Mar. 20, 1841, Watertuwn, Ct. ; d. Jau. 21, 1890, St. 
August iiie, 1-^la. Res., ^Ycst Haven, Ct. 

They liad uino cbildreD. 

So9-l. Octhvia Jeiuiettot' AVarncr, b. Deo. 3, ISoO, JIanideii, Ct. ; d. Jan. 30, 

ISCl, Ilanulen, Cl. 
8a95. + Tlioodorc Joseph Warner, b. May 1\, 1S62; m. Julia Vrilkinsou. 
^5596. Clinton Warner, b. ]>o. 1, 1S64, Chicopee, Mass.; d. Feb. ]0, 1S6G, 

Cl;ico]'ec, ?*rnss. 
^597. Faniuo EU7.:iljct!i AVarner, b. -Ian. 17, 1SG7, Ciiieoiiee, ]\Ia??..; d. Apr. 11, 

1S93, NeAv Haven, Ct.; m. Oct. 20, 1S90, James Hartv.ell Erauley of 

TNladisoii, Ct. 
S59S. Mar Belle Warner, b. Mar. 13, ISGS, Cbicoj.ee, Mass.; d. Jan. 20, ISSS, 

West Haven, Ct. 
8399. Pear] Oviatt Warner, b. Sept. 30, 1S70, Pelhara, Ma.ss.; d. Apr. 9, 

1S91, West ITaven, Ct.; in. Dec. 22, ISSS, Harvey X. Atwood. 
8G00. Charles Warner, Jr., b. Feb. \9, 1S72, Pelhaui, Mass.; d. Sept. 17, 

1S72, Pelhain, Mass. 
S601. IJnierson Eaymond Vraruer, b. Dec. 31, 1S73, West Haven, Cl.; d. JSIay 

3], 1SS4, Oranue, Ct. 
8G02. Grace Louise Waruer, 1). Dec. 9, 1S78, West Haven, Ct.; in. Dec 25, 

1901, Samuel Coopey, b. Sept. 9, 1874, South Piver, N. J.: d. Mar. 

17, 1906, IMcrwinville, Ct. Pes., West Haven, Ct. 

4281. ROBEI^T ROLEIX^ WARNER {same descent as 
4279) I). Nov. ].-), 1883, Ilamdeu, Ct. ; d. Sept. 6, ]902, llolyoke, 
:\[a.s.s. ; ni. Oct. 13, 1857. :\Iartba Johusou, b. Oct. 7, 1838, Water- 
town, Ct. ; d. Nov. 15, 1883, "Wallingford, Ct. 

Tliey had eight ohiklreu, all except Burt* n and Ernest born 
in Hainden, Ct. 

8G03. + Cora Estel!a& Warner, b. Sept. 21, 1S."5S; d. Feb. 13, 189.3; in. Joel 

Miller. 
SG04.H-Fls\vortii Pobert Warner, b. Feb. 2G, ISGO; ni. Posette WarTier. 
SG05. Ida L. Warner, b. Oct. 8, ISGl; d. June 20, 1890, Litchfield, Ct.; 

m. Jan. 31, 1SS2, Charles Dudley, b. Sept. 1S5G, Litchfield, Ct. 
SGOG. + Pred Ar.dreas Warner, b. Sej-t. 20, 1SG3; in. (1) Estella Tutrle; m. 

(2) Lillian Potts. 
8G07.-]-I^nrton Horace Warner, b. Dec. 11, ]S70, Pelhani, ^lass.; m. Xettie 

Joh'.isojt. 
S608. + Frncst Stone Warner, b. Mar. 23, 1S73, Walliunford, Ct.; ni. Lillian 

Bryant. 
S609.-bFrank Hobart Warn.er, b. Dec. 23, 1S75; m. Fannie Young. 
SGIO. + Cliniou Melvano Warner, b. July 30, 1S77; in. .Mary Hendrick. 



KINTH GENERATION 



4285. :\rARIETTA CLEORA^ ^YARNER {same descent as 
4279) b. Sept. 12, 184.3, Haraden, Ct. ; m. I\Iar. ]7, 1SC7, James Otis 
Stone, b. Xy.Y. 25, 1841, Guilford, Ct. Res., Fairview, ^Mass. 

They l)ad six childrcu, all born in Chieopee, Mass. 

8611.-l-Morto;> Asa? Stone, b. Pepi. 6, 1860: m. Anna :\hinsou. 

8612. Lillian Sarah Stoiio, b. Jan. 4, 1S71; d. Aug. 10, 1S71, Chieopee, Mass. 

8613. Willis Otis Stone, b. Jan. -J, 1S71; d. Sept. 10, 1871, Chieopee, Mass. 

8614. Frank Artlmr Stone, b. June 7, 1874; d. Aug. 15, 1874, Chieopee, Mass. 

8615. Elsie Lijla Stone, b. Nov. 17, 1876. K^s. Fairview, Mass. 

SG16. Eva Marietta Stone, b. Feb. 1, 1S79; d. Feb. 1^ 1S79, Cliico]>ee, Mass. 

4286. nULDAH ADELINE^ AYxVRNER {same dcsccni as 
4279) b. Dee. 11, 1845, Hamdeu, Ct. ; m. June 13, 1867, Levi Bilson 
Munson, b. Nov. 2, 1842, ITamden, Ct. Res., Hamdeu, Ct. 

Tliey Lnd six children, all born in Hamdeu, Ct. 

8617. Frederiek Sheldon^ :Mnnson, b. INlay 29, 1868: m. Apr. 1892, Alice J. 

Blackman, b. Feb. 8, 1S70, in So. Carolina. E€S. Ilamden, Ct. 

8618. Eora Ilnldab Munson, b. May 6, 1870 ; d. Sept. 6, 1870, Ilamden, Ct. 

8619. Anna Sarah Munson, b. Sept. 2.3, 1872; ni. Merton Stone.(.?re SCll). 

Fes. Chico]:)ee, Mass. 

8620. Eva Hnldah IMuuson, b. .Tunc 29, 1878; d. Auy;. 13, FSSO, Haniden, Ct. 

8621. + FaLjnie Eva Munson, b. Sept. 3, 1882; m. .Joseph Smith. 

8622. + Frnnklin Elijah ?.lv,nson, b. July 21, 18S4; in. Julia EeynoUl.s. 

4287. BETSEY' ANX* AYARXER {some descent as 4279) b. 
Oct. 20, 1847, Hamdeu. Ct.; m. May 6, 3 871, Frederick .Alix, b. 
Dec. 5, 18-J5. ETamden, Ct. Res. Hamdeu, Ct. 

They hnd three children, all born in Hamdeu, Ct. 

8623. Flora Fes.sie^' IMix, b. Nov. 16, ls77; m. Nov. 2, 1907, George Slack, b. 

Jan. 2, ]S74, in Oliio. Fes. llaniden, Ct. 

8624. Harold Frederick :\Iix, b. Apr. 15, 1879. 

8625. Bertha Winnie Mix, b. Jan. 20, 1SS7; ni. Nov. 2, T907, ITcry II. Sunith, 

b. Aug. 19, 18^9, New Haven, Ct. Fvs. Ilanulen, Ct. 

4291. LERTEir^ AVARXER (}JarIctf J 80 J, OIlvc 7G6. David 
291, Samuel WS, Samncl 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Oct. 14, 18G5, 
Hamdeu, Ct. ; m. Oct. l-i), 1888, Lizzie, dan. of Viuus and Sarah 
(Sauford) \Varuer, b. Oct. IG, 18G7, Hamden, Ct. Yxvi^., Hnnulen, 
Ct. 

They had seviu children, all bor}; in ILuiidcn, Ct. 

8626. Mar^■hallo Warner, b. June 19, 1890; d. Aug. 11, 1S92, Hamden, Ct. 

8627. Kalph Warner, b. Oct. 4, 1S93. 

8628. Ciladys Warner, b. Jan. 26, 1896. 



I 



72S THE TirOM A S SA NFORD FAM 1 LY 



8r.[ir>. Doris Warner, b. Apr. 23, ]S99; d. Nov. G, 1907, llamdcn, Ct. 

SOaO. IXidlcy Waruer, b. Ajir. 8. ]ii02; d. Doc. 31, lit02, llamdon, Cl. 

8G;>]. Justin AVariier, b. Dee. 2, IDo:;. 

8f;32. Yimis Warner, b. Oct. 2G, 1905. 

4292. ELLA« AYARXEIi {same da^ceut as 4291) b. Aug. 2, 
1808, IJariiden, Ci. ; m. Dec. 3J, 1890, Edward, son of John and 
Sarah (Eig-gs) AYanier, b. :\]ay H, 1852, Ilamdcn, Ct. Res. High- 
wood, Ct. 

They had three cliildren, all born in Ilamdeii, Ct. 

8633. Philips Warr.er, b. Sept. 30, 3801; d. Oct. IG, 3891, Damden, Ct. 
SG34. Freda Warner, b. June 32, 3S94. 
8G35. Karle Warner, b. Dec. 9, 1897. 

4293. IIAKFJET^ DOWNS {Emily 1S05, Truman 708, David 
291, Samvd 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) m. (1) Chirk 
Hotchkis.s; in. (2) Ives. 

She had one chihi by first marriage. 
8G36. Burton^' notehlijss. 

4294. A^IELIA ANN« .SANFORD {Darius 1807, Truman 
768, David 291, Samuel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. 
Dec. 24, ^^^'1^, Ilaniden, Ct. ; d. Feb. H., Um- m. Sept. 27, 1852, 
Edward C. P)-att. 

Tliey had three children. 

8G37. De-.visf Priift, b. Jan. S, 38.54; m. Feb., 1SS3, llattie Odelb 

8638. Phidolia I'ratt, b. 3S56; d. 1857. 

8639. Dizzie I'r.att, )>. Apr. 24, 3 857; d. Nov. 24, 3SS3. 

4300. WAE]<:S BISIIOP^^ SANFORD {Feud 1808, Truman 
768, David 291, Samuel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. 
June 10, 18.'^0, Eethany, Ct.; in. 1857, Betsey ]\Iay, d. May 27, 1893. 
Res., :^.lonta villa, Ore. 

They liad thirteen ehildivn. 

8G-I0. Georpef', b. 3858, Jefl'erson, ]a.; d. 3SG0, Jefl'erw.n, Ta. 

SG41. Jes:ne, b. Afar. 3859, Sidney, Ta.; d. 3SG0. Sidney, Ta. 

8G42. I^rcAllister, b. ^tar. 23, 38GO, Jefl'erson, la.; d. June 13, 1905, Walla 

Walla, Wash. He left no descendants. 
8C43.-f-Mary. b. Oct. 5, 1862; m. John llorsman. 
8G44. Laura, b. 38G4, Jefferson, Ta.; d. 1SG9, Sidney, Ta. 
864.5.+Rosa, b. 1865; d. 1898; ni. Eli Coon. 
864G. Fred, b. Oct. 15, 1SG7, Sidney, la.; d. 18GS, Sidney, Ta. 



NINTH GENEJfATIOX 729 



8647. Mattio, b. Oct. VJ, 1SG7, Sidney, la.; ni. E. W. Whitney; )io cliildren. 

Kes. ]Jciiver, Col. 
8G4S. Wales B., b, July ]S, 18Gf), Sidney, la.; unm. Ees., Moni:ivil]a, Ore. 
8C49. S.Trah, b. Feb. 1!), 1S70, Sidnoj', la.; d. 1SS2, Glenwood, la. 
8G50. Thomar,, h. Jnly 13, 1S72, Sidney, la.; m. 18f)3, Paulino "Sjiure"; 

no childiea. Ees. Sanitarium, Cal. 

8651. Jessie, b. Mar. 1873, Sidney, la.; d. 1873, Sidney, la. 

8652. Wallace, b. Aug. IS, 1878; m. 1907. Res. Portland, Ore. 

4301. OEORGE NOYES^ SANFORD (same descent a^ -IFM)) 
b. IMar. 20, 1S31, Bothauy, Ct. ; d. Feb. 26, 1903; m. 0.-(. 0, 18CS, 
]\rrs. ])lai-y Jane ?ilcr\viii, dau. of Justus W. and .Meliitalilo (San- 
ford) ^Iatlu•^^s, b. :\Iay 23, 18.13, AVolcott, Ct. (For ^Iv^. San ford 'h 
finit marriage see 4320.) Res., Betbany, Ct. 

Tbe.y bad seven cbildren, all except tbe first two born in 
Betbany, Ct. 

8G53. Birdsey Lee?, b. Oet. 9, 18G9, Prospect, Ct. ; m. Apr. 7, 1901; no 

children. Ees. N. Y. State. 
SG54. + Ida Lilli.-nora, b. Apr. 21, 1871, Prospect, Ct.; ni. (1^ Augustus 

War:ier; m. (2) llov.aid Peek. 
£655. Ellis Evans, b. Feb. 16, 1S74; m. Apr. 7, 1901; no cliildien. Ees., 

Nevv Haven, Ct. 

8656. Willard Truella Bishop, b. Nov. 7, 1875; d. June 9, 1897, Bethany, 

Ct. ; unui. 

8657. Yinus Wales, b. May 31, 1878. lies. Bethany, Ct. 

8658. Jennie Lilliar,, b. Sept. IC. 1SS3. Res. Bethany, Ct. 

8659. Frederick Edsou, b. July IG, 1890; d. Sept. 29, 1900, BctKany, Ct. 

4302. MARY^^ SANFORD {sawe descent as 4300) b. 1834, 
Betbany, Ct. ; d. Dee. 11, 1003. Prospeet, Ct.; ni. ^lay 21, 1852, 
Elizur Young, b. June 2, 1830, Clicsbir'e, Ct. ; d. Jinie 2, 1875, Bro-s- 
peet, Ct. 

Tbey bad tbreo cbildren, all born in Brosiiect, Ct. 

8660.4 :\rarcus'' Younj:,', b. July 18, 15^53; d. Jan. 11, 1907; ni. I'liza T.ounsbury. 
8661. Merr;tt Youn;^^ b. ])eo., I860; d. IVfar. 4, 1878, Bethany, Ct. 
8662.-1- N'inus Y.anig, b. Ajir. 25, 1SG3; m. Elizabeth ITotchkis.s. 

4305. K.AIILY^ SAXFORD {same descent as 4300) b. Aug. 
25, 1810, Ilamden. Ct. : d. Apr. 22, 1873; m. Oct., 18G0, lleury AV. 
PorkijiH, b. Seiit. 3, 1S30, Betbany, Ct. ^h-;. I'ei-kins was a grad- 
uate of tbc C</nn. State Normal Scbool at New Britain, Ct. 

Tbey bad two cbildren. 

8663. + BLirton E.' Perkins, b. Jan. 1, 1863. 

8664.4 Pilie E. Perkins, b. Mar. 13, 1867; ni. Gcorjre Munson. 



730 ^J'lIE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 

4307. COKNELIA .\DRLINE« SANFORD (Almcron 1809, 
Truman 7GS, David 291, Samiid 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 
1) h. Oct. 5, 1837, Hanuleii, Ct. ; m. Nov. 28, 18G1, Sanuiel D. 
Doolittle, ]). Jlar. 32, 3 835, ITaraden, Ct. Jlr. Doolitllc started a 
bakery in Torringion, Ct., tlic business now condncted by his sjon 
Elford. 

They ]iad four ehildi-en, all except Frederick bom in Ilamden, 
Ct. 

8G65. + Frodcrick Elbridges Doolittle, b. June 21, 1SG3, Norlli Haveu, Cl.; m. 

Harriet Brcen. 
8666.+Alta Isabclle Doolittle, b. Ayv. 25, 1S70; iii. Frederick Smith. 
8C67. + FJford P. Doolittlo, b. Oct. I, 1S72; m. Addie Jordnn. 
86GS.+Maurico lieiiian Doolittle, b. ilar. ]2, lS7i); m_ l{achel Dayton. 

4308. HER^IANUS ALAIERON^^ SANFORD {same descent 
as 4307) b. Aug. 14, 1830, Tlairiden, Ct. ; d. Feb. 26, 1901, West 
Torrinston, Ct. ; m. Jan. 3, 1S61, Caroline E. Blakeslee, b. June 1, 
18-13, PrMS|X'c-t, Ct. ]Mr. Sanford vras a grocer in New Haven, Ct., 
and later a farmer in Tv'est Torrington, Ct. 

They had four childi-en. 

8R69.+Editli A.o, b. June 2(i, 3So.3'; ni. Walter IToleomb. 

8G70. Alice I., b. Apr. 15, 18GS, Pros])ect, Cl.; num. Is a graduate of 
Welleslev College. She taught Latin and Greek in Morgan College, 
Baltimore, Md., and is now teaching Latin in the Windham High 
School, Willimantic, Ct. The author is indebted to her for a large 
part of the record of the descendants of Truman Sauford and 
tenders his thanks to her for the interest shown and for her assis- 
tance. 

867L + Grace V., b. Apr. 29, 1S77; m. Eikana Hodges. 

SC72. Stuart S., h. Apr. 9, 1SS7, West Torrington, Cc; was graduated from 
the Torriugton High School in 190G and is now seaman on the U. S. 
S. Georgia in the fleet that is on its way around the world. 

4310. DAVIGIIT WASHINGTON^ SANFORD {same des- 
cent as 4307) b. Nov. 15, 1814, Hamden, Ct. ; d. Sept. 1903, Haniden, 
Ct. ; ni. Julia .To.-;ephine Sherman, b. in Danbury, Ct., d. Dec. 29, 
1898, Hamden, Ct. 

Tliey had five children, all except Elsie born in Hamden, Ct. 

8673. Elsie TreneP, b. in Watorbury, Ct. ; d. in infanc). 

8674. Florence Abigail, b. iMay 17, l>^7o. 

8G75. A.tluu- Dv.iglu, b. June 12, ISSS; d. Aug. 12, ISSS, Hamden, Ct. 

SG7G. Anna .bisophine, d. in infancy. 

8G77. Eduard Lcn.y, b. Aug. IG, ISSP ; d. in infancy^ 



NINTH GENEKATION 731 



4315. ■\\MLLTA:\r MEKRIC"^ SANFORD {same descent as 
4307) h. :\lar. 19, 1857, Haiudcn, Ct. ; m. Juwe 29, 1S9S, Ida Bishop, 
b. Aug. 22, 1876, New Haven, Ct. 

They liad iwo children, born in Ncv TTavcu, Ct. 

8678. Ma7ioi,3, 1.. Scj.t. 18, 185^9. 
8G79. Bertha, b. Oct. 19, 1902. 

4318. AVILLxVKD^ ^lATJIEAVS {Mehiiahle ISIJ, Tnnnan 
?6S, Pavid 201, Sanwc^ 10P>, SaNiucl 23, Tliomas 5, TJiomas J)h. 
An^. 5, ISoT. Bristol, Ct. ; m. ^lar. 21, 1859, Sarah Maria Merwin, 
b. Ang. 29, 183ti, Tvoodbridgo, Ct. Res., Mt. Carnid, Ct. 

Tliey liad three children, all born in Ifaniden, Ct. 
8080.M ^\'illaia Merwjna Mathews, b. July 2, 1860; m. IvTary Cool;. 
SG81. l^lizur Siduoy Mathews, b. Nov. 21, 1861; d. Mar. 20, 1SG6, namdcii, Ct. 
8082.-1-Gortn;r1e Leona Mathcwr,, b. ISfar. 2, 1S69; v,. G. Frank Bradley. 

4320. ^lARY JAXE^ ^lATnEWS (same descent as d31S) 
b. May 23. 1843, AVok-ott, Ct. ; m. (1) Aug. 6, 1860, Julius Sidney 
]\rer>vin. {For 21 rs. Mervuvs second marriage sec 430J.) 

They had one ehilfl. 
S6S3.+Jubus Franklin^ Merv/in, b. Sept. 19, 1861; d. June 29, 1P07; m. Editb 
I'latt. 

4324. JENNETTE 1;.^ SANPORD {Linus 1812, Truman 768, 
David 291, Samuel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Apr. 
23, 184.3, Sheffield, Ma^s. ; m. (1) 1858, George Ij. Greene, d. 1862, 
in the Civil AA'^ar ; m. (2) 1871, John Huntington, d. July 21, 1878. 

Sl-e had two childrun by first and three by second marriage. 
8684.-1- Jroroo W.;- Greene, b. May 12, 1859; in. (1) Mrt;. Carrie Perkins; m. 

(2) Fanny Eosier. 
8685. + Frodcr;ck K. Greene, b. Nov. 28, 1862; m. (]) T^lamie Ward; ni. (2) 

]\rinnie Sardani. 
8680. Willie J. Huntington, b. Deo. 11, 1872, New ^farlboro, ^la-s.; d. Oct. 

0, 1902, Neu- Haven, Ct. 
8687. ]\!ary C. lluntiuf.rton, b. Feb. 1, 187?, New Marlboro, ^.lass. ; \n. Sept. 

9^ 1896, ]'rard< 15. Kennedy, b. ]\Iar. G, 1873, Coal Creek. Kan. 

Ees. New Jlaveii, Ct. 
86S8.+S.-.nuiel P. Ilnntin-ton, b. May 12, 1877; m. Josephine Bardof. 

4325. WILLI AA! L/ SANFORD {seimc descent as 4321) b. 
1S45, Uaniden, Ct.;ni. (1) Hannah AVilliams; n^.. (2j Alary Condon. 

He had tv;o children by first and four by second marriage 
(ntimes of th" first two unloiown). 



732 THE THOMAS SANFpKD FAMIT.Y 



SGS9. Jr-ssirc, m. William King. 

8690. Mabol J. 

8G91. Alice M. 

8692. Charles H. 

4326. FREDERICK A.' SANFORD (same desccni as 4324) 
b. Sept. 5, 1848, Harndeu, Ct. ; m. Aug. 22, 1877, Alice Doyle, b. 
Jau. 10, 1855, Colbrook, Ct. ; d. Feb. 2, 1889, East Canaan, Ct. 

They had two children, bom in East Canaan, Ct. 

8693.-J-Lir,uc9, b. July 10, 1S80; m. Ilattio Bunts. 
SC9-l.-fEdv,ard, b. Aug. 4, 18S3; pi. Mary Hilyer. 

4327. JULIA M.« SANFORD {same descent as 4324) b. 
Mar. 30, 1850, Bethany, Ct. ; m. Jan. 1, 1883, Leander Downs, b. 
June 22, 1852, Oxford, Ct. 

They had two children, born in Hamden, Ct. 

8695. Burtons^ Dov.-ns, b. Nov. 3, 1883. 

869G.4-Jcssio Downs, b. Oct. 20, 1SS5; in. Irviug Tuttle. 

4328. ALBERT Q\.' SANFORD {same descent as 4324) b. 
185G, Clayton, ^Mass. ; m. Leora Mosliy. 

Tliey had four children. 

8697. Grove L.o 

SG98. IVoderick. 

SG99. Minnie J. 

8700. Williau. L. 

4329. T^1INNIE E.-^ SANFORD {same descent as 4324) b. 
May 23, 'i^'o^, Canaan, Ct. ; m. Mar. 14, 1881, Lyman Conch. 

They liad four children, all born in Canaan, Ct. 

8701. + Knrton L.s Cureli, b. Jar,. 23, 18^2; ui. Myra "Whitney. 

8702. Lyman S. Coucli, b. Jan. 17, 1SS7; m. tiV-pt. 25, 1907, May Spaulding, b. 

Mar. 30, 1SS5, XorfolL, Ct. 

8703. + Thorun V. Couch, b. iJec. 15, 1SS7; m. Clara SpauUliug. 
S701. Olive H. Coiuh, b. ^May 5, 1S90. 

4331. ELIZABl-rriF^ DAVIS {Jxdia 1SJ4, Truman 768, 
David 29], Samuel J 03, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) ni. An- 
drew Johnson. 

Tliey had elp;ht chiklren. 

8705. Denniso Joln:son. 
870G. Ivobcrt .lohusun. 



NINTH GENERATION 733 



8707. 


Mary Johnson. 


870S. 


Frar.klin Johuson. 


8709. 


BetliHiiv .lubiisou. 


8710. 


Cbr.rlcs Joluison. 


8711. 


riC'lori-k .lolnioou. 



8712. /Mice Johnson. 

4339. FKAXCES'^ SIIEPARD {Fanny 1315, Truman 7CS, 
David 291, Samuel 103, Samuel 33, Tlioma^ 5, Thomas 1) b. Nov. 
12, 1847, Ilauideii, Ct. : m. :\]ar. 22, 1871, Jay Burr WikLuiaii, b. 
July 13, 1839, Brookfield, Ct. 

Tb.py liad three cbildreu. 

8713. )3ertha Graced Wildnian, b. Aug. 27, 1874, North TTovrn, Ct.; m. June 

4, 1S9G, Frederick "WcsseiiLurg, b. A\ig. 4, 1873, Wins'iod, Ct. 
8714.+Mfirviu Henry Wildnian, b. June 25, 1S76; ni. Ev;i I\l"ix. 

8715. Elsie -Ali.'o Wildman, b. Apr. 22, 1879, Hamden, Ct.; m. George Thomas, 

b.Apr. 7, 1S70, Hr.ir.dcn, Ct. 

4341. EDWIN^ SHEPARD {same descent as 4.339) b. Apr. 
9, 185], Hamden, Ct. ; m. Nov. 24, 1870 (?) Ella Dorraaii, b. Dec. 
9, 1853, Bethany,- Ct. 

They liad tbrce obildrcn. 

8716. llorao Slicpard, b. June 2, 1S71, Bethany, Ct.; d. Jau. 1S77, New Haven, 

Ct. 

8717. Lillian Shepard, b. S-pt. 8, 1873, Hamden, Ct.; m. Jan. 1, 1907, William 

:Mix, b. Aug. 23, 1S59, Ilamden, Ct. 
8718.+Gerlrude Shepard, b. Sept, 2, 1870; m. Benianiiu Ives. 

4342. HENRY^^ SHEPARD {same descent as 4339) b. Nov. 
1, 1853. TIanideu, Ct. ; m. Aug. 18, 1880, Alice T^rarner, b. Sept. 
7, 1855, Hamdeu, Ct. Res., Hauideu, Ct. 

They had five cliildi-eu. 

8719. Clareuceo Shepard, b. Juno 14, 1SS3, Guilford, Ct.; ni. Dec. 3, 190.1, 

Janet Yale, b. Oct. 12, 1SS5, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Shepard wad 
graduated from Boardman High School, New Haven, Ct., and 
entered Y'ale College. He is now chemist for the Winchester Arms 
Co., New Haven, Ct. 

8720. Mabel Sliepard, b. July 9, ]SSC., Guilford, Ct. 

8721. Alice Shepard, b. Aug. 27, 18SS, Guilford, Ct. 

8722. Ihirry Shepard, b. Mar. 13, 1890; d. May 16, 1890. 

8723. Arthur Shepard, b. July IS, IS'Ol. 

4343. ALlCir SllEl'ARD {same descent as 4339) b. Juno 
15, ]857. Ilaiuden, Ct. ; ni. 1877, AYilliam Van Doran, b. 1856, No. 
Haven, Ct. Res., AVhitnevville, New Haven, Ct. 



THE THOMAS 8ANF0KD FAj^flLY 



Tliey 1i;k1 sevcii cliildren, nil except Burton born in Ilamden 
Ct. 

8724. Freaericka Van Doran, b. Feb. ]9, ]S79; d. Feb. 1-1, 1898, liamden, Cl. 
8";2o.-Lp,ur1oii Yau Doran, Sept. 27, ]88], isorth Ha\eii, Ct.; m. Millc I^riice. 

8726. L.lv.arJ Van Doran, b. Aug. 30, 1883. 

87S7. Cliffurcl Van Doran, b. .Ian. 19, ]886. 

87.'>S. Vera Van Doian, b. May 2G, ISGO. 

8729. Walter Van Doran, b. Uay 20, 1890. 

8730. Alice S. Van Doran, b. Mar. -1, 189S. 

4344. MILES B.s SANFOKD {Lorenzo ISJS, Seymour 769, 
David 391, Samuel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas l)h. Jnly 
18, 1835, Addison. N. Y. ; d. 1906, in Iowa; m. 18GG, jMarv Eutaer- 
ford. 

Thc.y had ciglit clvildj-en. 

8731. Jay9. 
£732. Hubbard. 

8733. Miner. 

8734. Frank. 

8735. ^Yii]iam. 
873G. Fred. 

8737. Adda. 

8738. S'.ella May. 

8739. Loren. 

Nothing further knov/n ,as to this family. 

4345. LORENZO lU SANFORD {same descent as 4344) b. 
Apr. 13. 1837, Addison, N. Y. ,- in. Minerva Cmiimings. Res., 
BnrtviJle, Pa. 

They had eight cliildren. 

8740. Allieo. 

8741. Andrev/. 

8742. Mary. 

8743. Daniel. 

8744. Loron. 

8745. Gordon. 
874 G. ifartin. 

8747. Calfcrna. 

4348. PIIEBE M' SANFORD {same descent as 4311) b. 
Feb. L^3, 1813, Tronpsburg, N. Y. ; decea.sed ; m. Lyman Stoddard. 
They had three children. 

8748. MarihaP Stoddard. 

8749. Mary Stoddard. 

8750. George Stoddard. 



NINTH GENERATION 735 



4349. HARRIET^ SANFORD {same descent as 4344) b. 
Apr. 17, 1S45, Troupsburg, N. Y. ; m. Jacob Vannatter. Res., North 
]'ort, :\lich. 

Tlicy had four children. 

8751. .Tulmn A";triiuit(er. 

8752. Ardella Yaunattcr. 

8753. Llewellyn Vannatter. 

8754. Chostor Vpnnatlcr. 

4350. JA:\1ES^ SANFORD (same descent as 4314) b. Apr. 
3, 1847, Troupsburg, N. Y. ; m. Dee. 30, 18SS, Harriet, dau. of 
R. D. aud Caroline Cunnaings, b. at Troupsburg, N. Y. Res., 
Troupsburg, N. Y'. 

They had one child. 

S753. Stella Jlayi-, L. Apr. 23, 1891; d. Apr. 23, 1891. 

4351. MAirriTA F.^ SANFORD {same descoit as 4344) b. 
Apr. 19, 1849, Troupsburg, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 20, 1873, Albert Potter. 
Res., Troupsburg, N. Y. 

They had three children. 

8756. Franks Potter. 

8757. Adclbert Potior. 

8755. Eva Potter, deceased. 

4356. BYRON^ SANFORD {Seymour 1819, Seymour 760, 
David 291, Sumud 103, Sarnvcl 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. ^Mny 
26, 1S:J7, Troup:;burg, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 14, 1874; in. Oct. IS, 3 SCO, 
Lucii da, dau. of Seth and Nancy Albee, b. Nov. IS. 18;3!3, Addi.-;on, 
N. Y. I\lr. Sanford wa.s a farmer and later engaged ia mercMulile 
basine.<?s. 

They had three children. 

87.59.+U()V.ard''', b. Apr. 14, 1861; m. I^ouisa Stockcr. 

87G0. Frank S., b. IJoe. 2, 1872, Troupt-bing, N. Y.; mini. Kos. \VasMn;,Mon, 

D. C. 
87G]. + Carrie L., b. Aug. 13, 18G0; ni. Cl.arlcs Druke. 

4357. LOUISA''* SANFORD {same descent cs 43r,6) b. Dee. 
2G, ]S;-{S, Troupsburg, N. Y. ; d. at Canisteo, N. Y. ; m. Henry 
Prutsinan. 

They had one child. 

87C2. Ivoseo rrutsniaii. 



736 THE TnO:vrAS SANFOED FAMILY 

4359. :\II.NER« SANFORD (same descent as 4356) b. Mar. 
10, 1842, Tj-oupsburg, X. Y. ; m. . lies., Freeland, Mich. 

They liad five children. 

S7o3. LertfcP. 

S7G4. Koy. 

8765. Noble. 

8766. Leon. 

8767. Mary. 

4360. JOXAH 11} SAXFOKD [same descent as 4356) b. 
Dec. 1-1, IS 13. Troupyburg, X. Y. ; m. Rodcska, daii. of Setb aud 
Nancy Albe^, of Tiiscarora, X. Y., b. Oct. 22, 1S4-5, Addison, N. Y. 
Res., Troiipsburg, X. Y. 

They had ;-even chidren, the firyt five all born in Deerfield, Pa. 

876S. Orcella!', b. Apr. 1, 186G; m. Johu Miller. 

8769. Milton, b. Aug. 30, 1868. 

8770. Roy, b. Jan. 25, 1870. 

8771. Evri,. b. IVb. 23, 1S72; d. Mm: 20, 1SS8. 

8772. Jifbcrt, b. Mar. 30, 1874. 

8773. Edit)), b. Sept. 6, ISSO, Troupsburg, N. Y. 

8774. Ycrnic, b. Jan. 12, ISS-j, Troupsburg, N. Y. 

4361. rOLLY« >SAXFORD {same descent as 4356) b. Feb! 
14, 1845, Troupsburg, X. Y. ; in, Ilcnry Brown. Res., Jaraeslovrn, 
N. Y. 

They had seven cldldreji, all born in Troupsburg, N. Y. 

8775. Clarcuce^ Brown. 

8776. ArMuir Brown. 

8777. Mi mie Ero\Tn. 
877S. Lizzie Brown. 

8779. Eussell Brown. 

8780. Nellie Bro^ii. 

8781. Alice }'>ro\yn. 

4362. ELISIIA'^ SANFORD (same descent as 4356) b. Feb. 
2, 1S47, Troupsbm-g, X. Y.; d. June 2, 1903, Troupsburg, X. Y. ; 
m. Flizabelli j^iekenson. 

They had five children. 

8782. Berts. 

8783. May. 

8784. WiHinni. 

8785. Charles. 

8786. Jennie. 



NINTH GENE51ATI0N 737 



4304. SxSRAIF SANFORD {same descent as 4356) b. l\c\y 
12, 1853, Troiipslnirg-, N. Y. ; d. at Greenwood, N. Y. ; m. Mar. 3, 

1873, Jerome AVhitc. 

TJiey had one child. 

87S7. Fa-nny9 White. 

4365 DAVID'^ SANFOED {same descent as 4356) b. Aug. 
4, 1855, Tronpsbiirg, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 25, 1892, Lena Atvvood. Res., 
Jamestown, N. Y. 

They liad one child. 

87SS. .lohu9. 

4367. YICTOEIA^ SANFOITD {same descent as 4356) b. 
Oct. 11, 1857, Troupcburg, N. Y. ; m. Herman Mardoek. Res., 
Austinbnrg, Pa. 

They had three children. 

8789. I.cvisa MurJock. 
87P0. EoGO Murdock. 
8791. John Murdock. 



tcJOC 



JANFy^ SANFORD {same descent as 4356) b. Dec. 
16, 1859, Troupsbnrg, N. Y. ; deceased; m. Feb. 9, 1885, Merrill 
Holt. 

They had two children. 

8792. Ervrins Holt. 

8793. Herman Holt. 

4375. E:\T0RY JASON* SANFORD {Avxos 1830, Cyrcnus 
773, EzekicJ 292, Samnel 103, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Tlwmas 1) b. 
Dec. 27, 1826, ^Nliddletown, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 1, 1875, Middletou-n, 
N. Y.; m. Anzela Decker, d. 1905, ^liddletown, N. Y. 

They had fonr children. 

8794. AdclbortE'. lies. N. Y. City. 

8795. IvTary Etta, m. Snuuu-l Ausliurn. lk\s. MaTgaretville, N. Y. 

8796. Geor^'e Franklin. K<"s. N. Y. City. 

8797. Ida, d. in Middlolown, N. Y. 

4377. ALIIERT NELSON^ SANFORD {^ame descent as 
4375) b. Oct. 21, 3 829. :\liddletown, N. Y. ; d. in Colorado; ni. 
Hannah Davis. Removed to Colorado. 

(47) 



They lind seven cliildreii. 

879SH-Bamuel&, d. iu Kingston, N. Y, 

8790. Grant. 

8S00. \YilJiara. 

5501. Eliz:ibeU.. 

5502. I'finnic. 
8S03. Xettie. 
SS04. Liliiau. 



THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY 



4380. AVJJ.LLAM GAKDINER^ SANFORB (same descent 

as 4375) b. Mar. 2S, 1S35, Tvliddletown, X. Y. ; d. 1S72; m. ■ --. 

Mrs. Sanford resides in N. Y. City. ' ' ' " 

Ouc child was: 

88135. C. 13.y ire h T.itli tlie J. W. Young Mfg. Co., of Cliicago, 111. 

4394. RICHARD DIRGIN^ SANFORD (Jod 1833, Cyrcnvs 
773, EzcUd 292, Samuc-I W2, Saniud 23, TJwnias 5, Thomas J) h 
m Whiteside Co., IlL ; ni. 1S75, Mary Orchard. Re^., Enterprise 
Ore. ' 

Tlicy had two children. 

SS06. O. C.o unin. AssistaiU Cashier of the First National Bank of Coqiiille, 

Ore, 
8S07. C. J., m. Cora, dan. of Cyrenus Sanford. Ees. Entei prise. Ore. 

4406. H0:\1ER^ SANFORD (Bennett 1S37, (hireuu.^ 773 
Ezclnd 292, Sanuid 103, Samud 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b Nov 
20, 1848; ni. Oct. 7, 1870, Jane Rueker. 

I'hey had lliree cliildreu. 

8808. Clarao, b. T~)cc. 20, 1S71. 

8809. Andrew, h. July 27, 1872. 
8S10. Walter, b. Oet.'l7, ISSO. 

4408. SYEYESTER^ SANFORD (same descent as 1106) b 
Apr. 3. ISaG: ni. N,)v. 1.5, 1878, Alice Bntts. 

Tliey liad one cliild. 
88]]. Jonniey, h. Aj.r. 10, 1880. 



4424. CARLOS rAR>SONS^ SAXJ^^ORD (Danid 1816, Barhis 
775, Ezchid 292, Samud 103, Samud 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b 
Feb. 3, 1827; m. (1) June 21), 184S, J>hila A. AVooduorth of 
Harper.sfield, 0.; m. (2) Dee. 12, 1S71, Mrs. iMaro-arette Ellis of 



NINTH GENERATION 739 



Iowa City, la.; ni. (8) Jan. 5, 1877, Mrs. Addie E. Fryc, of Fort 
Scott. Kan.; m. (1) ]\lciy 3, 1SS2, Mrs. Addie E. Benson, of Denver, 
Colo. Resided iu Iowa Cit\-, la. 

He had two children by Inrst marriage. 

5512. Berriue Afle]lc■^ b. Fob. 10, 1850. 

5513. Addie May, 1). Sept. lSr,5; d. Mar. 7, ISGJ. 

4430. LYAfAX raiSSELT/ POND {Lyman 1854, MiUkcut 
779, Joel 29^, Kpliraini 104, Sa))U(d 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) ni. 
Oct. 17. 1S49, Frances S., dan. of Norman B. Rouse, of Torriugton, 
Ct. Resided on the old Spencer homestead in Torrington, Ct., in 

187S. 

Tliey had nine clnldrwi. 

8S^i.^-]Alry E.s) I'oiid, b. Dee. 21, IS-i^O; m. Edward Andrus. 

SS15. Xonniiu K. Pond, b. Muy 27, 1S53. 

8S1G. Mary E. iVnid, b. Oct. 17, 1S5G; m. Feli. IS, 1871, William F. Bishop. 

8817. Frances G. Poud, b. A-in. 16, 1S5?. 

SSIS. Frederick R. Fund, b. Jan. 9, 1862. 

8S19. VN'illis L. .Pojid, b. Apr. 10, 18G4. 

SS20. Miles A. Pond, b. Dee. S, 1866. 

8821. Le.Avis II. Pond, b. June 14, ISGS. 

SS22. Elijah R. Fond, b. May 5, 1872. 

4431. FAXXY^ BADDAYIN {Elcda 1S62, Eri 781, Joel 29^, 
Ephraim 104, Samud 23, Thomas 5, TJio)nas 1) b. Nov. 2, 183], 
Canipville. Ct. ; d. Jan. 28, 1891. Torrington, Ct. ; m. Apr. 20, 1851, 
Thomas Slianley, d. June 7, 1874. They lived in Fluteville. Ct., 
and later in Torrington. i\lrs. Sliaidcy was educated at Berea. 0. 
Slic ^\as a i^d'ong nn"ndcd business worn in and carried on a 
successful lumber and grain business after lier husliand's deatli. 

Tliey hail thi'ee children. 
8823. + Ida Catlierineo Slianley, b. Feb. 20, lSr)2; m. Clark Prince. 
882-1. :Martiti Eraste.s Slianley, b. Dec. 1, 18-53, Winohesfer, Ct.; d. Dec. 23, 

1S73; nnni. 
882.5. + John Willis Slianley, b. :\lay 10, 1S5S ; m. P.eulah Lloyd. 

4432. SARAII^ r,ALDAVlN {same descent as 4431) b. Feb. 
7, 1833, Campville, Ct.; m. July 4, 18r>8, Horace P. Leoimrd, 
dccea.^ed. Her res., Campville, Ct. 

Tliry had three r-lnUh'en. 

Infants'^, d. at birth. 
8S2G. Frances l-^hcta Leonard, b. :Mar. 13, IS'JO, Thoniastou, Ct.; unin. Res. 
Campville, Ct. 



740 THE TJIOAIAS SAN.FORD FAMILY 



4433. SA.AIUEL^ BALDWIN {sa>HC descent as dial) b. Apr. 
19, 1S3:>. Campville, Ct. : d. Nov. 5, l?m ■ m. May 14, 1869, Emma 
A., dau. of Linus and PoHy (Tuttln) Castle, b. Oct. 31, 1843. Mr. 
Baldwj]! \vas a lumbermau in Harwinlon, Ct. Her res., llarwjuton 
Ct. ^ ' 

They had three cliildren, all born in Harwinlon, Ct. 

8827. + GoorgG Kiisign'. Bnldvnu, b. Dec. 3. 1870; iii. Anna Cnmpbell. 

8828. Edith Eliiiira Baldwin, b. Jlar. 2.3, 1872; ni. Sept. 27, 1905, P. B. 

Lockv.-ood ; no children. Mrs. Loc4:v.-ood \ras gradualc-d from the 
New }Iavpn, Ct., Training School for nurse!5. In 1907 wo.s Secretary 
State Nurses' Association, chairman of their legislative committee 
delegate to General Federation of Nurses at FJchmond, Va. Is 
also a contributor to various medical journals. Res. Granliy Ct. 

8829. Electa Sauford Baldwin, b. Aug. 5, 1S79; d. Sept. 15, 1S80. 

4437. JOHN^ BALDAYIN {same descent as 443:1) b. Aug. 
7, 1844; ra. Aug. 14, 1874. Jane Hine, of Milford, Ct. 
TJie.v had one clnld. 



8830. 



Annie E.s Baldwin, b. June 24, 1S76; d. July 17, 1878, Campville, Ct. 



4438. ANNA I).^ POTTER {Mani 1863, Eri 7S1, Joel 295, 
Ephraim lOd, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Tlwmas 1) b. July 8, 1832, 
Plymouth, Ct. ; m. Mar. 14, 18G5, John Robertson, b. Mar. 17, 1833, 
Cargill, Scotland. :\lr. Robertson went to California duiing the 
gold fever time in '49. Res., Churchville, N. Y. 

They had four children, all born in Churchville, N. Y. 

SS.31. Maltha J. 9 Eobertson, b. Mar. 16, 186G; unm. I?<>s. Churchville, N. Y. 

8832. Lucy G. Robertson, b. Apr. 2.5, 1867. Teacher at Churchville, N. T. 

8833. Helen S. l^obcrlson, b. May 15, 1870; m. May 5, 1904, Rev. Fred R. 

Bush, b. Oct. 26, 1871; no children. Res. Grand Blanc, Mich. 
8S3t.+Walter S. Robertson, b. Sept. 14, ISTl; m. Bertha iVriller. 



4441. LUCYS POTTER {same descent as 4438) b. Feb. 9, 
3839, Plymouth, Ct. ; m. Jan. 10, 1864. :\[yron Sperry, b. July 3, 
3832. Chili, N. Y. .Air. Sperry is a farnior at Chili, N. Y. 

Tliey had four children, all boi-n in Chili, N. Y. 

8835.-j-Carlos-' Sperry, b. Deo. 12, 1861; ni. Ethel Henderson. 

8836. \\"i1!ace S]>crry. d. in infancy. 

8837. Aiuin Sjierry, d. in infancy. 

8S3S.-hAli.-e M. Sperry, b. .luly 24, 1874; m. Benjamin Gav. 



NINTH GEN]{;RATI0N 741 



4442. ELI n.« POTTER {same descent as 443S) b. Apr. 8, 
1841, P]ymoiit]i, Ct. ; m. (1) Nov. 30, 1862, Sarah Jones, b. Feb. 
28, 1840; d. July 5, 1875, BcrK.-^n, N. Y. ; in. (2) Apr. 18, 1876, 
Fidclin :!orby. b. Sept. 27, 1842, Somerset, N. Y. Res., Orlando, Va. 

lie liad three eliihlreu by first and one by second marriage. 

8S3f). Kd^'aro Potler, b, Sept. 6, 18G3, Chill, N. Y.; d. Sept. 9, 186-1, Chili, 

N. Y. 
8S40.+Frcderick E. Potter, b. Nov. 2, 3 864; m. (1) Siivoh Puffiicr; m. {•^) 

May Coulter. 
SSiL+Lewis H. Potter, b. May 12, 1870; m. Giaee Sullivan. 

8842. Ora Potter, b. M&r. 12, 1879, Orlando, Va.; d. Mar. 29, 1879, Orlai;do, 

Va. 

4443. HANNAH^ SANFORD {Joel 1864, Eri 781, Joel 29r>, 
Ephrai)n 104, Smnuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Jnne, 1836; d. 
in New Haven, Ct. ; m. George P. Hatch. Resided in New Haven, 
Ct. 

They h;3d two children. 

8843. Freddies Hatch, d. young. 

8844. Georginuua Hatch, m. Walter Ives; no children. ."Res. Nev,' Haven, Ct. 

4444. HENRY W.« SANFORD {sam.c descent as 4443) b. 
Oct. 3, 1840; deceased: m. 1870, Angusta Pond. 

They had one child. 

8845. Graceo, d. Young. 

44-^5. ^rARY JANE« SANFORD {John 1SG6, Eri 781, Joel 
295, Ephraim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. 1833; d. 
Jnly, 3 8G1; ni. Heniy Richardso]i. Lived and died in Harwinton, 
Ct. 

They bad three children. 

8840.-1- Hllao Kichardb^on, d. Feb. 10, 1905; ui. Angus Mcintosh. 

8847. Enuna liichai'dsou, ni. Henry AVilson. Pes. Harv.inton, Ct. 

8848. M"amie Ixichardfon, ni. Frank Vheclcr. Pes. Harwinton, Ct. 

4447. CHARLES ER1« SANFORD {Eri 1868, Eri 781, Joel 
295, Erhraim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 17, 
1856, Riga. N. Y.; m. Nov. 28, 1878, Eliza Adams, b. Sept. 12, lS.'i7, 
I^Tadison, N. Y. 'I'hey reside on the old h.ome.'^tead at Churchville, 
N. Y. 

Tbev had tv.'O children. 



Tin-: 1'l^o^rAy SANPOim faml 



SS-in. + Clnra ^Jay^ b. Nov. 5, ISSl ; m. Frank Arlams. 

SS50. Florence Hatlie, h. Apr. 25, 188^; in. Oct. ]8, I90G, George Fuller, b. 
Apr. 19, ISSO. 

4M9. DENNIS C.^ SAXPOUD {TUjsivcU 1SG9, F.rl 7SI, JorJ 
295, Ellin-aim lOi, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Nov. 11, 
1844, Plyinorith, Ct. ; d. Jan. 29, 1804; buried in East ]nymoiith 
Cemetery ; v.\. Josic Brunt. (Slu" later married AYill P^id.) Ke.s., 
Bristol, Ct. 

They had six children. 

8S51. A,l('.ief', 1). 1S70; m. (1) Jesse Tanner. 
8852. lleriiv, b. 1S72; in. Jennie Miller; no chiklrne. 
8S53. Arthur, b. -Nray ]S7-J ; d. Get. 1.S7-J. 

8854. + Fr;^.nk, b. 1876; u\. Anna Lackey. 

8855. Infant, b. May, 18S1 ; d. in infancy. 
SS56. Edith, b. 1832; ni. Glen Dunham. 

4450. EDWAPD L." SANrOPl) (same dcsceni f.'x 4449) b. 
July 25, 1S50, Plymouth, Ct. ; m. Jan. 2G, 1S74, Ilenj-ietta A., dan. 
of Cornelius and Sally AY. Birge, b. Jan. 2G, 1355. IMilton, Ct. 
Pes., ^iilton, Ct. 

They had two eliildren. 

8857. .^anles•^ b. Dee. ,10, 1874, riymonlb, Ct.; unin. Ees. Milton, Ct. 

8858. Fred, b. Oct. 5, 1S79, ITarwinton, Ct.; d. Xov. 27, 1907, :\Iilton, Ct. 

4451. APEPJXE .AIARLXX^ SANFOPD (Porfcr 1SS3, 
Eph.raivi 795, A^nos oOO, Epliraim 104, Samiul 23, TJunnas 5, 
Thomas 7) b. Jan. 23, 1840, Tcrryville, Ct. ; d. Get. G, 1S6S; m. 
Sept. 1S.".9, Ira IP Stou-hton, of Terryville, Ct. 

They bad one child. 

SS59.+AV:i;ifred I'ortero Stougliton, b. May 27, ISOO; ui. Arthur I'.oach. 



4452. I'^PAITTLV SEDdWICK^ SANFOPD {samr dcsccut 
as 4451) b. Nov. P ISPj, Terryville, Ct.; m. Any. 30, 3SG5, James 
Terry, b. .\up:. 5, PSPI. Ten\vville, Cl. Mr. To'ry and his daueh- 
tei- are ir'enibors of th.e Society of .Mayllowci- Dcsi-endants through 
Gov. lU-adford, and INIrs. Terry tbrt)u<4h her grandmother, Sally 
Sed.ov.-ielv Sanfoj'd. Pes., IPirtford, Ct. 

They had our child. 
8800. :\lira Kl-;:abe:h;' 'I'erry, b. Julv 2, 1^S4, Hartford, Conn. 



NINTH GE^^1^EATI0N 743 



4453. SAHAIi xVLICE-^ SANFORD (mmc descent a^ 4 15 J) 
b. Apr. 9, 1849, Terryville, Cl. ; in. Aug. Iti, ]809, Dr. C'orn.jliiis 
W. ]!nl], h. Apr! 8. ISO!), Talkihassee, FUi.; d. VrA\ 19, ]S7G, Terry- 
ville, Ct. Ec.s„ AVattrl)ury, Cl. 

'J'liey had one child. 

SSGl. Conic-llus 8;.iiford!> Bull, b. Juno 27, 1871, TenyvJlle, Ct.; iii. Oct. 
?4, 1907, Helen Ives Smitli, b. Oct. .5, 1S7G, Waterbury, Ct. Kes. 
V.'oterbiny, Ct. 

4454. LUTHER HART- SANFOKD {BurriU 1SS4, Ephro.itn 
795, Amo.'i 300, Epliraim 101, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. 
i\Iay 10. 1847, Greenfield, ATis.; d. Dec. 14, 1902, Noenali, Wi.^. ; 
m. July 10, 1866, Phobe Jane, dan. of James and Jane AViiig, b. 
Jnnc 12, IS'y'i, Delevau, Wi.s. Res., Neenah, AVis. 

They had seven ehildren. 

e,SG2. + :\raiy 'y]i}V'.^v.xc\'\ b. Popt. 9, 1S70; m. Tlioiims Woollett. 

SSG3. Ehuer James, b. Apr. ]-5, 1S72, Neenah, Wis.; m. Jan. 1, 1S94, Albcr- 

liiia L*. P.i-eliinii;-, b. June S, 1S70, Appleton, V^is. Kes. Necuah, Wi.s. 
SSG4. Artbur ]\)rrcr, b. Nov. 10, 1S73, Menasha, Vris.; d. Oct. 1-5, 1S74, 

Neenuli, Wis. 
SSGd.-I- Herbert Hart, b. Apr. 10, 1S75; m. Orea Hurlbutt. 
8SG6.+Luther Alexander, b. Apr. 27, lS7fi; m. LiUie Jones. 
8SG7. + Phoebe Edna, b. Nov. 19, ISSl; ni. Walter Lemiox. 
8SGS. Alice Amy, b. Scp.l. 7, 1891, Neeuali, Vvi=?. 

4457. :.ITXOTT REDGAYIOK^ SANFORD {same descent 
as 1451) b. Feb. 23, 3 854, :Mena8ha, AVis.; rn. (1) duly 9, 1S76, 
Cora France, dan. of Elijali and :\h;rgaret. ITancoch. b. ^lay 10, 
1859 Albany, AVis. ; d. Apr. 9, ]893, Sacramento, Xeb. ; ni. (2) 
Mar. 2, 1S94, Ella Alohk-r. Res. Oahland, Cal. 

He had one child by hrst and two by simtokI marriage. 

8SG9. Fred I.eon^ b. July IS, 1SS.5, S}n-in,£r Creen, Neb. 

8870. Charles William, b. Jan. 28^ l.s9n, Santa Cruz, Cal. 

8871. iJayinond, b. I'eb. 14. 1897, Emeryville, Cal. 

4458. AAIY DEr.RIIIA^ SANb^')RD {same descent as 4i54) 
b. ^lar. 11. 18.->;"), Alena-sha, AVis. ; d. Apr. ;!0. 1909, Philadrli^hia, 
Pa.; m. Joel C. Harvey, of Plover, AVis., d. Sei.t. 8, 190.3, Kiiig;4. n, 
N. Y. l^^oth are bniaed in Ca.bnt, Vt. 

They had four children, all liorn in Plover, AYis. 

8872. Ira*-' Harvey, b. Jan. 25, IKSO; d. Feb. 11, ISSO, Plover, Wis. 

8873. Josephiuo Crace Harvey, 1). Oct. S, IbSl. JJe.s. West BrookHeld, Mass. 



7-14 TIIH THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



8874. Carl Clifford Harvey, b. Jan. 31, irSC. Student in Wesleyan Univer- 

sity, Middl.Mov.-n, Ct. 

8875. Alice LuoUa Harvey, b. A.pr. 12, 1SS8. Student iu Moiitpelier Seminary, 

Montjiclier, Vt. 



4-160. JUUA' SANFORD {same descent as 4454) b. llnv. 
13, 1863, ^leuasha, AYis. ; m. Uay 17, 1S83, Leon Jackson Harvey, 
b. Feb. 11, 18G2, Xortkfield, Vt. Res., Logan, Rhiladelphia, Pa. 

They had five eliildrcn. 

887G. Ethel Mayo Harvey, b. Mar. 2, 1884, Plover, ^Yis. ; d. Dec. 3, 1S94, 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

8877. Joel Sauford Harvey, b. Au-. 23, 1885, Plover, Wis. 

8878. Allen Jackson Harvey, b. Oct. 3, 1888, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

8879. Gilbert Leon Harvey^ b. Aug. 4, 1890, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
SS80. Mrible Grace Harvey, b. May 27, 1393, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 

3, 1895, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

4461. JOSIL E.^ SANFORD {Edward 1S83, Amos 796, 
Antos 300, Ephraiia 104, Samuel .23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. 1854, 
Cornwall, Ct. ; ra. Dfc. 21, 1S72, Ransom F. Smith, b. 1819, Goshen, 
Ct. Res., Connvall, Ct. 

They liad three children. 

8881. Pansom'' Sniilb, m. Lulu Pago. Pes. Coriivsall, Ct. 

8882. i:dward Smith, ni. '— Coon. Pes. West Comv.-all, Ct. 

8883. LilliaTi Smith. 

4464. JENNIE GARDNER' SANFORD {same descent as 

4461) b. 1871, Cornwall, Ct. ; m. , 1899, William, son of 

Allison ami Eliza (Reed) Preston. Res. West (Cornwall, Ct. 

They had four children. 

88S4. Edward'J Preston, b. Oct. 25, 1899. 

8885. Vralter Preston, b. ^^lar. 17, ]903. 

888r.. Harry Preston. 

8887. Fred I'refeton. 

4472. ^lARY JANE :MARTL\'^ SxVNFORD {George 1891, 
Ira 799, Jonah 303, Ephraim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) 
b. June 29, 1854, Albany, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 25, 1877, George Ed\yard, 
son of Riifas Atwood, b. Nov. 8, 1851, Plartford, N. Y. 

I\!r. Atwood is a JTfadnate of the Albany Normal, Class of 
1874. ITf is a ieaehoi' and tlje anihor of several text books, som.e 
of which are used in the Potsdam State Normal School. His piib- 



NINTH GENERATION 745 



lishers are Silver, Bnrdett & Co. and D. C. H.^-iih & Co., of New 
York. 

They lind one child. 

8S5S, George Sanford? Atv.ood, b. Aj>r. 27, 1S82, East Elooraficld, N. Y. ■ lie 
is -with the publishing liou&o of Silver, Burdclt & Co., of Now York 
City. He received the degree of A. B., Nev: York UDiversitv Class 
1907. 

4473. SA:\IUELs UTTEK, jr., {Mahala 1892, Ira 799, Jonah 
303, EpJiraim JOl, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) h. Jau. 4, 1S29 ; 
d. ab. 1903, Brookl:^Ti, N. Y^ ; m. . 

Q'hey had two children. 

SSS9. .loliJif Utter. 
SS90. DJaugliter. 

4476. LODOTN^ICUS VIELE^ SANFORD {Vrafson 1895, 
Ira 799, Jonah 303, Ephraim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thmnas 1) 
b. An.ir. 9, 18-12. Green Island, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 20, 1871, Emma Louise 
Hurd Ec-ker, b. June 15. 1848, Fayctteville, N. Y. Res. Erooklvn, 
N. Y. 

Tliey had one child. 

SSea. Lodowieijs llurdP, b. Oct. 15, 1879, Brooklyn, N. Y^ Ecs. Bruoklyu, 
N. Y. 

4477. GEORGE DUNBAR^ SANFORD (same descent as 
dd76) b. Ang-. 9, 1844, Green Island, N. Y. ; nt. Dec. 25, 1SG5, ^!aiy 
Louise Cooley Wood, b. Jnly 29, 1844, Pee];skill, N. Y. 

]lr. Sanford enlisted as a private in 18G1, 18th. Regt. N. Y. 
State ]\!ilitia. TTe is a Veteran Fireman in vohmteer service. He 
was trustee, 1878 to 1881, Village of Peckskill on Hudson. N. Y., 
and President in 1882; Delegate to Democratic National Conven- 
tion iji 1884; Cliairnian of Democratic County Committee of AVcst- 
chester Co. for 1891, and vice-chairman several years ]>i-eviou>^ly ; 
As.s't Quartei'inaster General, Dep't N. G. .State of N. Y. with rank 
of Lieut. Col., Commissar}' General of Subsistence N. G. S. X. Y., 
with rank of Bj^ipadier Gcnei-al; Auditor for State of New York, 
Department of State Commission in Lunacy, from 1893 to {irescnt 
time. 

He is a member of tlie following: Lodge F. & A. ]\r.. Chapter 
R. A. M., Council }{. Sc S. M., Connnandery K. T.. Cor.sistory 
(Scottish Rite) to 32nd Degree; 1. 0. 0. F. ; K. of P.; Roval 



746 THE Tjro^rAS SANFORD FAMILY 



Areanimi; Nobles IMystic Shriuo; Cliarter Meiulier Anrania Clnb 
of Albaijy; .Member of the Cliaiulier of Co!ni>ieree ; ?>lenibcr of the 
Albany Institute and llistoj-ieal and Art So-iety ; :\reinlier of Society 
of Colonia] AVars of the State of New Yorlc. 

]\ir. F^aiiUird \vas eh^iirnuin of the fijst eoin mission created by 
the citizens of Peeksldll to deepen its ]iarbor. An appropriation 
was seeui'cd froju Congi'css and Hie work was accomplished. Kcs., 
Albany, N. Y. 

They liad three cliildren, all born in Peekskill, N. Y. 

8Sr)2.-fGrur,£;-e Dunbar^, Jr., b. Sept. 20, 1866; m. Lulu Kelloog. 

8893. Tboiiin? V,'allaee, b. June 12, 1S72; rL Ymv. 4, 1S74, Peebsldll, N. Y. 

SS94. Mary Louise, b. Oct. 13, 187-1; unni. Kcs. Albauy, K. Y. 

4478. WATSON FRANCIS^ SANFOIil) (samr descent as 
4476) b. Aug. 29, 184fi, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; d. :\hay .15, LS.'VJ, Peeks- 
kill, N. Y. ; m. An-, l-l, 1S75. ^Jarie Lonise Whitney, b. An;^-. LS, 
1854, N. Y. C. Pxes., N. Y.C. 

They liad two children, born in Peekskill, N. Y. 

8S95. Frank ■\Viutueyo, b. Sojit. 30, 1870; d. Mar. 24, 1SS9, X. Y. Citv. 
8S9C. Clifi'ord, b. July 27, 1S7S; cL Aug. 3, rs79, reekskill, N. Y. 

4479. :\1AIIALA CPCRLIA'^ SANFOPD {same eJcsceni as 
4476) 1). Dee. 9, 1849, Br^olslyn, N. Y. ; ni. Dec. 7, 1S71, William 
Sherwood, b. Sej-t. 25, 1843; d. Apr. 21, 1873, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kes., Brookdyii, ?\. Y. 

They had one child. 

8S97. Wilbam James'' Slicrwond, b. Sept. 4, 1872, Bn oklyn N. Y.; d. Apr. 
2], li73, P.rooklvn. N. Y. 



4480. :MAPY BLAKJ'? SANFORD {Orrin JSDG, Ciles 800, 
JonaJi JO'], Ephniim JOJ, Sa.ntiel 3-^, Thomas 5, lliomas 1) h. Sept. 
2, 1834, Shfilield, 0.; m. Nov. 29, 1853, Vincent S. Berber, b. Nov. 
8, 1831, Canul-n. N. V.: d. Feb. 17, 1903, Los An-eles, Cal. Pes., 
Los Anacles. (\-d. 

They had si.x children, all exeei-t .Mai'i^aret born in liuekford 
111. 

SS9S. William :M.p Barber, b. Get. 19, 1856; unin. Ees., Los Anoelos, Cal 
8S99.-|-Chnrles E. Barber, 1). S.>pt. H. IS.vS; m. M;M-y Larson 
8900. + IiebM. ^L Barber, b. Nov. 9, 1860; ,„. (1) Charles Pa.xson ; ,n. (2) 
lleurv Sears. 



NINTH GEN]:J?ATI0N 717 



SOOl. + Cr'i-olino E. Bnrl.or, b. Apr. 11, ISOG; m. (]) "William Buehler; in. (2) 

All.iTt VN"!iylit. 
8902. ADdrcw V. B.arber, b. Mar. 1.",, 1S70. 1;ps. Eri.l-cport, Ct. 
S903. -f:\rargaret >[. Barber, b. Aug. 20, ]^73, Salcni, Oliir,; m. John Castcra. 

4481. NATHAN BASSETT^ 8ANF0KT) {sauie d>^sven( as 
4480) b. Nov. IS, 183G, Sheffidc"!, 0. ; d. Nov. 25, 1905, AYinoiui, 
]\rinii.; 1)1. Miiv. 21, 1S5S, INlargarol V., dau. of Gileses Kiug, b. Mar.. 
12, ISiO, I.ebarjoi], Ind. 

Tliey li:;d four elnldren, all l^orn in AYijior.a, [Minn. 

8904. Ycsla Tio]a&, b. Sept. 21, lS(-;0; lu,. 1SS3, James Lovcl Jarvis. No 

children. Kes., Brookings, S. Dak. 
8905. -L Lulu :Jau.J, b. Nov. 30, 1SG4; m. Charles Chanin. 
8906. -f:\Iary Elizabeth, b. Apr. 17, l.^G9; m. George Slebbins. 
8907. -f Margaret Caroline, b. :Mar 25, 1S77; m. Cortez Galbraitli. 

4484. GILES S;ANF0KD^ AYET.ArOKl] {Xancu iS9S, Gilc-i 
800, Jonah 303, Eihiraha 101, Sninucl i-.".', Thomof; o, T/iontas j) 1). 
July 23, 1S32: m. Oct. 5, 1S53. Charlotte M. Ciirtii, b. Oct. 5, 1S33 ; 
d. Oc-t. 13, ISrif). 

I'hey bad one child. 

890S.-KCharles A.o Wctmore, b. Apr. 2-i, 1S59; m. ^Tnry Biekford. 

4491. JOTTN CRAAVFOrvD^ SANFOIU) (Fortune 1903, Giles 
SOO, Jonah 303, Ephraiin 104, Samud 23, Thomas; u, Tho>na^ 1) b. 
Dec. 2n, 1S48, rai.iden, N. Y. : m. Tdar. 7, 1872, Alnieda C. Ireland. 
Eos., Can. den, N. Y. 

'J'hey had two children, born in Camden, N. Y. 

8909. + Elbert V.'iHiamf. b. Sept. ], 1S7G; m. Josej^hiue Parry. 
S9K). Clari-sa i:ii-/.abeth, b. Feb. 11, 1S90. 



4494. CLAEA El'lBECCA^ SANFOED {'Lcaudcr 1905, dies 
SOO, Jo}-ah 303, Ephniim 101, Samv.tl 23, Thomas 5, Tho)iin.^ 1) b. 
Jan. 23, 1S,17, I'.-nficld, 0.: in. :\!ar. 8, 1881, Eobert l)oni:his 
AVillis, b. :\rai-. 22, IS^w, Mvw^n- Co., 111.: d. Oct. 7, JDOr), Los 
Anj^clos, Cal. ]\es.. :\b);itn.Ke, Colo. 

'I'liey li;)d fiuu' children, all \)ov\\ in Montrose, Colo. 

8911. Elmer SaururJ:' Willis, b. Feb. 19, 1S8.3. l^-^;., Grand Junction, Colo. 

8912. + Lulu May Willis, b. Sept. 2S, ]Ss7; m. John Flcldin. 

8913. Walter Bunlop Willis, b. Aug. 8, 1«S9. Kes., M„utro.>e, Colo. 
?9M. Beander A'an Ess Willis, b. Dec. 30, 1^90. 



748 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FAMILY 



4501. DRUPJE SLSSON« SANPORD (Samuel 1915, Linus 
602, Jonah 303, Ephraim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) h. 
Sept. 17, 1844, Lyous, N. Y. ; ra. July 4, 1S74, Addie H. Ash b Apr 
18, 1851, N. Y. C. 

Mr. Sanford is very proud of his parents and of tlicir career, 
and weJl ho may be. He merges ail in the memory of them, declin- 
ing to give the aiitlior data for a sketeli of his own suceessfii) life. 
His interest in thi.<^ work lias been cainest and sincere. On two 
occasions he visited the author, traveling some fifteen hundred miles 
to show Ids appreciation of the author's trials and labors, ivhkh 
have hecii .so immense that but few Sanfords u-ill realise it to tJte 
foint of due appreciation. 

Res., Long Island City and Sanford Islands, Lake Geor<-^e 
N. Y. 

Thev had three children. 

8915. Maiule Ethlynde^, b. June 37, 387G, Pequaimock, N. J.; d. Feb. 18, 1S78. 

Metucbeu, N. J. 

8916. Jennie Torbeit, b. Jan. 13, 1879, I^tetucheu, N. J. 

8917. Lillian Woods, b. Feb. 19, 18S2, I^abAvay,'^. J. 

4502. CLARENCE TORBERT^^ SANFORD {muie descent 
as 4501) b. Jan. 22, ^><AQ,^ Lyons, N. Y. : d. Apr. 5, 1910, West 
Nutley, N. J. ; m. June 17, 1884, Mary Ada Ditmars, b. Oct. 7, 1853, 
Clcmmentsport, Nova Scotia. Res. of ^idow, Long Island City 
and Lake George, N. Y. 

iAlr. Sanford ^vas a great lover of Lake George for forty years 
and had a sunmicr cottage there for the past twenty yeai*s. He was 
for over forty years treasure)- of S. T. AV. Sanford & Sons. On 
his death hi.<- nciee, :\riss Lillian AVoods Sanfor(;, paid his memory 
the following beautiful tribute: 

A life well spent in kindly acts 

Fraught deej) with noble deeds, 
That so bespeak the tender heart 

Awake to others' needs. 

Where boyhood's gentle oiicning bud 

liurst into dawning pouer. 
And all the early ])romised bloom 

Broke into manhood's flower; 

There manly excellence and strength 

AVith virtues so combined. 
To link rare worth of character 

Unto a noble mind. 



XINTn GENERATION 749 



And tliro' eacli deeper trait revealed 

The subtle upward trend, 
How faith and trust each purpose moved 

Unto a worthy end. 

Where ovury inipuh'e fourid retreat 

AVitliin the cloistered walls 
Of kindly thoughts that ever turned 

To heed a brother's calls. 

And so like some rare instrument 

TS'Jiose melodies hfive swayed 
Thro' life's sweet chords and minor strains, 

By IMaster fingers played; 

"Where tender echoes still revert, 

By love's remembrance lent, 
From where no\r waits the Master's touch, 

God's silent instrument. 

Thus Clarence Torbei't Sanford lived 

A life that all might scan, 
And better know the upward aim 

'J'hat bore the iuAvard man. 

They had one child. 
801 S. Kenneth Ditinarss, b. IStay 5, 1S94, EavGiifi^vood, N. Y. 

4505. HOKATIO SAMUET/ SANFORD {snme descent as 
^r,01) b. July 16, 1853, Ravenswood. N. Y. ; m. Aug. 19, 1880, Eli^u 
T^.enediet Woodi^ufT, b. ^Uy 2, 185G. Utica, N. Y. He was IMayor 
of L( )ig Island City, N. Y., for three years, previous to its consoli- 
dation with New York City. Res., Ravenswood, N. Y. 

They had four children, all boi'u in Raveusv^-oou. N. Y, 

SraO. Torliortfl, 1.. Apr. 22, ]8S2. 

8920. Ethlynde. b. June 27, 18S.3. 

8921. Gladys, 1). Jan. 25, IBS.'); m. Apr. 24, 1907, Goorgc W. Eose. 
S922. Ilorntio Saniuel, Jr., b. Feb. -18, ISSG. 

4507. JFNNY^ SANFORD {^yiUiar.l IDIG, Linus SOX\ Jonah 
303, Ephraim 10 i, Sanmel 23, Thovias 5, Thomas 1) m. James 
Williams. Res., Rochester, N. Y. 

They liad one child. 

8923. Clareuceo Uilliams. 



750 THE THOMAS SAXFOKD FA:\rTLY 



4509. EDWARD' SANFORD {Jamc.^ 1928, Sala S03, Jonah 
303, F pin-aim. 101, Smnud 23, Tltcnaas 5, Thomas 1) b. Juue 19, 
1847, Chiengo, 111.; d. A\i--. 14, 1889, Detroit, :\Lir-h. ; in. A\n\ 3, 
1872, Lizzie I^nllaru, b. May l.'j, 1849, JamesvilJe, N. Y. ; d. Sept.. 
2fi, 1S80. 

They had ionr children. 

8924. Eli-hfr-*, 1,. July 24, ls73; cl. Sept. e", 1SP4. 

892.5. Tnna, b. Feb. 2.3, 1S75, Grand Kapids, Mich.; n:. Dr. C. B. Portor. Res., 

Elsie. ]\Iich. 
S926. Nettie, b. Oet. IS, 1876, Grand Eapids, Midi.; rn. Oct. 30, 189;:, ^Villiam 

Love. i;e?., St. Louis, Midi. 

8927. Warren, b. Fd). 13, 1S7S; d. Aug. 2S, ISSl. 

4512. HERBERT^ SANFORD {same descent as 1009) b. 
Jidy 9, lS-5.3, Chicago, 111.; m. Oct. 22, 1879, ^[arion, dan. of Jolm 
Vaiuler Heyden, b.Oet. 22, 18.;;8, Aim Arbor, Mich. Res., Grand 
Rapfds, .Mich. 

They had three cliildren. 

8928. Harriet;', b. Jan. 2, ISSl, Tonia, J^Iidi. 

8929. Herbert, b. Jan. 29, 1S91, Hotroit, ]\rich.; d. July 24, ]S91. 

8930. Eussdl, b. Oct. .5, 1S92, Detroit, Midi. 

4513. AVTLLARD Y.'^ SAXFORD {same dcscud as 1509) b. 
Jnly 2.3, 1855, Ionia, ^lich.; in. Nellie, dan. of Jacob Itzenhonscr. 
Res-., Danville, 111. 

They luul tln-ee cliildren, all born in Ionia, jlich. 

893 L Glen \\.'>, b. J\'C. 19, 1SS2. Res., Chicnpo, HI. 
8932. Ethd, b. June 29, ]SS4. lies., Coral. :Nridi. 
8933.+Edith, b. duly 2G, 1SS.5; m. C. R. Taylor. 

4515. GEORO E SM 1 TIP SANFO b'D {sum e desccni as 1509) • 
b. Apr. 19. 1859, Tonia, Alich.; m. Carrie Slnln.an. 

'J'liey had one child. 

8934. Sterlincro. 

4516. I'RANK"^ SANFORD {same descrnt as 1509) b. Ncv. 
30, 1861, Ionia, :\!ieh.; ni. No\. 2. 1887, Ida, dan. of John Terry, b. 
Aii^. 20, 1SG6, Ionia, Mich. ?vlr. Sanford i.s engaged in the dry 
goods bn.siness at Danville, 111. 

Thcv had five children. 



KTIIs^TH GExNEKATTON 751 



893:5. Myrtle^ b. June 25, 188P, Decatur, 111. 

8936. Otis Frank, b. Feb. 15, ]S92, Decatur, 111. 

S937. Adolaidp, b. Apr. 22, 1894, Decatur, 111. 

S93S. FraiK-cs, b. Xov. 22, 1902, Dauvillo, 111. 

?039. ll.l'ji, b. Oct. 31, 190-1, Danvilie, 111. 

4517. ADELAIDE J.^ SANFORD (same descent as dJOD) 
h. Apr. 28, 1S(U, lor.ia, :\fieh.; in. Hay 5, 1S3G, Frodcriek W. 
Hughes. Res., Big Kui-ids, IMieli. 

They luul five cliildren. 

8940. :Maiy L.» lluglics, b. Apr. S, 18S9. 

8941. Fiances Fai-bes, b. Aupr. 28, 1S91. 

8942. Margaret Ilugjies, b. 1896, d. in eleven days. 

8943. Adelaide C. Hughes,, b. Mar. 15, l!t02. 

8944. Evelyn yi. ITuglies, b. Mar. 15, 1902. 

4518. FExiNCES E.« SANFORD {same descent as 1509) h. 
^ray 2, 18GG, Ionia, :\Iich. ; m. Oct. 2G, 1SS7, John Dtii-ns, b. Ja}i. 
18, 1860, Pickering, Out, Mrs. Burns is Great Commander of the 
Ladies of the ^^lodern Maccahees. Res., St. Louis, Mieh. 

Tliey had two children. 

89^5. Elizabeth M.'-' Bums. b. Mar. 14, ].'-.99. 

8946. Kobeii S. Burns, b. Apr. 29, 1901. 

4519. JAMES BRONSON^ SANFORD, JR. {same dcsccni as 
4509) h. Aug. 1, 18G7, Ionia, .Alieh.; d. July 3, 1901, Litchfield, ]11.; 
m. Jan. 23, 1SS9, Anna, dau. of George Cnlhan, b. Dee. 21, 1869, 
Gait, Out. Res., Decatur, lil. 

Thf'v liad two children. 

8947. Stellar-, b. .Tune 12, 1890, Tawas City, Mich. 

8948. Harold, b. Feb. 16, ]899, Decatur, 111. 

4524. NELLIE^ SANFORD {Dc^Viff 1934, Jeremiah S04 , 
Jonah SOS, EpJiraim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) h. 1871; 
m. Newton La\'erne Fonda, Res., Battle Creek, ]\Iich. 

They had one chihL 

8949. flarold J." Fonda, b. 1903. 

4525. GEORGI]^ SANFORD {same descent as 4524) b. 1871; 
m. . lie is a machinist in Battle Creek, ^lieli. 

TlK-y had one child. 

8950. Clinton DeWitt^. 



T]IE TTTOMAS SANFOHD FAMILY 



4530. SARAH JANE^^ SMILEY {?,lan/ 1938, Jeremiah 804, 
Jonah 303, Ephraim 104, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas; J) h. Oct. 
7, 1844, Busti, N. Y. ; m. (1) Ang. 19, 1S60, George Martin, b. 
Sept. 22, 1S33: m. (2) July 13, 1900, Francis Richard Poj)e. Res., 
Cherry Creel:, N. Y. 

She had fonr children In first niai-rioge, all hom in Jaines- 
tov«Ti, N. Y. 

8951. Mary vS.& Martin, b. Pec. 3, 1864; d. Peli. 10, 1891. 

8952. ^Vil.liam D. Maitin, b. Julj 4, 186C; d. Mnr. 8, 1S68. 

8953. Edna May Martin, 1). Apr. 13, 1871. Ees., Lakowood, N. Y. 
8951. Edward S. Martin, b. Jan. 23, 1875. Kes., Gerry, N. Y. 



4531. MARIETTEs SMILEY {same descent as 4530) b. Dec. 
3, 1846. Busti, N. Y. ; d. June 1, 1874. Busti, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 6, 1869, 
Perry Braley, b. Nov. 5, 1846, Kiantone, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 5, 1873, 
Bnstj, N. Y. 

They liad \\\o children, born in Bui^ti, X. Y. 

8955. Irvin P.? Jjraley. b. Pec. 23, 1870; d. Oct. 24, 18S5, BuFti, N'. Y. 
8956.-|-Jcnnio P. Braky, b. Nov. 22, 1872; m. 0. II. Spraker. 

4532. ABXER^ SMILEY {same descent as 4530) b. I\rar. 3, 
1848, Busti, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 15, 1877, Mary M. Terry, b. Mar. 30, 
3853, Cambi'idjreboro, Pa. ]\lr. Smiley is a merchant in James- 
to^^Tl, N. Y. 

They liad tv\-o children. 

8957. William E.o Smik-y, b. Pee. 4, 1882, Buffalo, N. Y. 
8058. Verr.ou P. Sinik-y, b. I^Iar. 5, 1887, Busti, N. Y. 



4533. Y:iLIJA:\r J.« smiley {same descent as 4530) b.' 
July 22, 1850, l^u.sti, N. Y. ; m. (1) Get. 8, 1874, Laura Sylvina 
Lcno>;, b. Apr. 25, 1854; d. IMar. 14, 1903; m. (2) July 20, 3905, 
Nina Li/etle Hale. b. July 28, 1885. Res., Barnes, Pa. 

He had four children by first mai-riage. 

8959. Gridky Wilincro Smiley, b. Feb. 12, 1S78. 

89G0. Glenn Braden Smiley, b. June 22, 1S82; m. Sept. ]8, 1907, Bertha 
I^rcLaucrlilin, b. Apr. 1, 18S7. 

8961. Ariel Winifred Smiley, b. July 13, 1889. 

8962. Harold Lenox Smiky, b. June 28, 1895. 



NINTH gi:nkkation 



4536. CHARl.ES J.« SMILEY {same dcsccni as 4530) b. 
Mar. 30, 1858, Busti, N. Y. ; m. llixv. 2, 1881, CJara Learn. Mr. 
Smiley is n druggist in Alleghany, N. Y. 

Tlioy iiad two eliildrcn. 

8063. Caei^soiieu A.o Binney, l.i. .Time 27, J883. 
89G4. Grujiyor M. Smiley, L. July 23, 1S90. 

4538. SANFORD G.« SMILEY {same descent as 4530) b. 
Feb. 15, 1862, r.iisli, X. Y. ; m. Feb. 4, 1886, Clara B. Gypson, b. 
June 9, .18G9, Ilccla, N. Y. Bes., Ja]rjcsto\vit, N. Y. 

Tliey liad iwo elriklreii. 

8985. PJovd Sauford^ Smiley, b. Sej.l. 27, ISSfi, Watis Fiaf.s, N^. Y. P.<:-s., 

Kent, O. 
896G. Grace Adclle Smiley, b. Feb. 29, ISSS, Busti, X. Y. 

4540. LOUIS. S.^'' STUA17T {IJarnct 1939, Jeremiah 804, 
Jonah 303, Epliraiin 101, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. 
July 0, 1851, Sugar Grove, AYis. ; m. July 25, 1875, Nettie Wample. 

They bad three ehildren. 

8967. Clyde II.s Stuart, b. Sej-t. 21, 3SS1; m. M;iy 2, 1905, Katherine OsM-ald. 
896S. Elaiiclio N. Stuart, b. July 15, 18S5. 
8969. Jessie B. Stuart, b. July 2, 18S7. 

4542. FLOUEXCE^'' STUART {same descent as 4510) b. 
Nov. 20, 18G0, Greenfield, Wis. ; m. Ang. 5, 1883, Edward B. Bootoy. 
Res., Jamestown, N. Y. 

They had two ehildren. 

S970. Joliu A.9 Bootey, b. June 21, 1881; d. Oct. 2^ ISSi. 

8971. Frank R. Bootey, b. Apr. 20, ISSfi; d. Auy. 30, 1901. 

4543. FRANK^^ STUART {same elcsccnf as 4540) h. IMay IS, 
18G4, Bnsti, N. Y. ; m. June 19, 1889. Jessie Revely. 

They liad tbi-ee children. 

8972. Florence" Stuart, b. May S, 1890. 

8973. Arthur Stuart, h. Nov. 5, 1891. 

8974. Fisio Stuart, b. July 31, 1893. 

4544. :\rARY M.^ BLAKE {E)iiih/ J944, Kphraim $05, Jonah 
303, Ephrarm J04, Samuel 23, Thutnas ',, Thomas 1) h. Nov. 29. 
1835, Camden, N. Y. ; d. June 14, 38UC, Oeonomowoe, AVis. ; ni. 

(4S) 



THE THOMAS SAXFOKD FAT^.ULY 



Sept. 10, LSG], Jonas Stealil, I). June 12, 183G, Sodus Point, N. Y. ; 
d. Feb. .S, 1!)07, AVatcrtown, AVis. 
They li;id one cliild. 

8975. FrcdrricK Blakc!^ Stoahl, 1). 1SG5, Ocononiov,oc, AYis. ; d. July 2], 1867, 
Ooouoiiio^voc, Wis. 

4545. AUEELIA T.« BLAKE {same descent as 4544) b. Dec. 
21, 1837, Camdon, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 24, 1870, Eagle, AVis.; m. Dec. 
24, 18G1, ''Sidney" S. Sniiib, b. Jan. IS, 1827; d. ^h<:Y. 9, 1874. 
I\ranwato.sa, AYi.s. 

Tliey l)ad two cliildren, ))oni in Ocononiowoe, Yv'^is. 

8076. Miirv E.p Siiuili, b. Jan. 13, lS6o; in. Ilaskins. Ees., Lawn 

Ridge, Til. 
8977. Fredoriok B. Smith, h. June .18, 1S67; d. May 15, 1887, Ocoiioinowoc, 

Wis. 



4546. WILLIA:^! L.« BLAKE (same descent as 4544) b. 
Sept. 3, 1816, Camden, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 25, 1875, Lydia E. Fulmer, 
b. June 15, 1853, Oeonomowoc, Wis. Bcs., Tomali, AVis. 

TJiey ])ad five children. 

8978.-frnrro,st hS> Bl-ihc, b. Feb. 8, 1876; m. Aiiiia l\[e "Gllnn". 

8979. Ethel Blake, b. Sept. 4, 18S1, Warren, Wis.; d. Oct. 6, 1S91, Tomab, 

Wis. 
89S0. Kobert Blake, b. June 8, 1885, Tomali. Vv'is. 

8981. Carl Blake, b. Sept. 13, 18S7, Tomali, Wis. 

8982. Frank Blake, b. Sept. 12, 1894, Tonrah, Wis. 

4547. Y'l-yLTIlY BLAKESLEE« SANFOED (MelanctJwn 
1945, Epliraini 805, Jotiali 303, Epliraim 104, Sarjiiiel 23, TJwmas 
5, Thomas 1) b. June 15, 1830, Camden, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 11, 1871. 
Abram W. Ilonsinger, b. :^rar. 25, 1824, Alburg, Yt. ; d. Ain-. 1, 
1008, Rome, X. Y. Re.s., Rome, N. Y. 

Tliey hud five ebijdren, all born in Rome, N. Y. 

8983. MebnieUion Sanford^' Uonsiiiner, b. Jan. 0, 1872; d. July 11, 1873, 

Eome, X. Y. 
8984.-f-Fredcrick S. Honsin;>ev, b. Jan. 0, 1874; in. Evaliiia Yernou. 
8985. Sarah Mabel llonsinner, b. June 22, 1875. 

8956. + Mina Sanford Ilonsinger, b. May 21, 1S77; ni. Kcv. Arthur Limouze. 

8957. Weltliy Blakeslee Honsln-cr, b. Sej^t. IS. 1S79. Miss Hon^in^jer is 

Principal of tlie J'aldv.in Memorial Girls' Sehool nt Xauchang, 
Kiangsi, China. 



NINTH GENERATION 



4549. DANIEL KEXYOX^^ SANFOKD {James .1946, KpJ,^ 
raim SOr>, Jonah 303, Epliraim 101, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas J) 
1). Feb. 2S. ]S42, Heart Pniirie, Wis.; m. Jan. 1, ]y6{i, 0]ive 3.iana 
Pidv.eli, b. :\lay 12, 1S.15. Wankeslia, AVJs. Ylor,., h^;iiit;i Ana, Ca]. 

'Jia-y had eight children, all c-xoei-t ]5onia)nin horn in Heart 
Prairie, V/i^;. 

S9SS. Lf^r.r. ^I.f, b. >"ov. ] 1, ISGG; d, cpj-Iv. 

8ti.S[t. + ,)a!iies Manlcy, b. :\ray 1], ISGS ; in. Nollic ]3offn:a;i. 

8900. Clara, b. Feb. ^'^, 187J ; d. ^May ."^l, 1S72. 

S991. Pled Milton, b. Apr. 7, 1n73 ; m. Jniic 30, ]904, Miuiue — . No 

children. Key., WiHits, Cal. 
8992.-f].;iIio Cornelia, b. May .5, 3876; jn. Tred Harrison. 
S993.-I :\iary Adelia, b. Apr. Lii, 1S7S; m. Archie Moody. 
8994. Linina J., b. Mar. 21, ISSO; d. early. 
S995. + Bc:ijaniin Franklin, b. Jv.iic S, 18S3, nt^llislcr, Cal.; ni. Grace Mnrphv. 

Kes., Redding, Cal. 

4550. :MA]?Y lU SANFOPD {same descent as 4r>-19) b. Mar. 
27, 1845, Heart Prairie, Wis.; in. Get. 37, 1867, Thonias Logan. 
Res., Hollister, C;a]. 

ThoY had six children, all borii in Nevr Londoji, Wis. 

S99G. Erwin Sanford& Logan, b. Sept. 19, 1868. 

8997. .Taincs A. Logan, b. June 24, 1872. 

S99S. Robert D. Logan, b. INIay 23, 1874. 

8999. Fthelind F. I;ogau, b. Aug. 26, 187G; d. May IS, 1881 (drov.ned). 

90C0. Gcwge S. Logan, b. June 21, ISSl. 

9001. Howard Logac. 

4551. PEV^ BENJA^^^nX FPAXKLTX'^ SAXFOPD [s'jv.ic 
descent as ■ir.-^O) b. Feb. 22, 1S47, Heart Prairie, AYi.s. ; m. Oci. 13, 
1S69, Einma A. Cooper, 1). Aug. 27, 18-30, Salem, Pa. Pes., Ix'ipon. 
Wis. 

They had six cliihh-en. 

9002.-:- Herbert C.», b. Oct. 22, 1871; m. TMartha Haines. 

9003. Han-ir.t A., b. 'M'.xy G, 1873. Ai^pleton. AVis.; d. Nov. 27, 187:\ 

9004. Cora N., b. Apr. 29, 187G; d. Sept. 16, 187G. 

900.5. :^rary E., b. Feb. 7, 1S7S, Shawano, AVis. Eos., Mt. Vernon, Tud. 
900G. Nellie D., b. Feb. 4, 1SS2, Wausau, Wis.; m. .Vug. IJ, 1908, Morion 
]\r. Ne\\-eonib, b. May 2:'., 1882, Ripon, Wis. Eos., Chadruu, Neb. 
9007. Florence Frances, b. Nov. IS, 1885, Clinton, Wis. 

4552. HAPLAX PACE^'^ SAXFOIH) {^amc descent c.s 4r>J0) 
b. Aug. 27, 1S49, Heart Prairie, Wis.; d. Aug. 21, 1897, Heart 



Till] T1]0.\[AS SANrOirD FAMJT-Y 



Prairie, Wis.; m. Sept. 32, 1872, Katberine Y. Whitinou, b. Apr. 
30, 18;j0, Utiea, N. Y. Ees., Wbitewatcr, Wis. 
Tbcy bad one cliild. 

900S.-|-Alico :.!.&, Tj. Apr. 11, 1S7S; m. Harold Coolcy. 



4553. NANCY J.« SANFOKD {mmc dcsceiit as 4549) b. 
Mar. 19, 1855, Heart Prairie. Wis.; m. Sept. 25, 1878, Charles S. 
Yedder, b. Nov. 25, 1855, ^razornanic, Y^is. :\Ir. Ycddcr is City 
Treasurer in ]\rar.sb field, AVis. 

Tlie.y bad two ebildien, born in Heart Prairie, Wir,. 

9009.-f ITariv A.o Ycdacr, 1.. Xov. ], 1S79; m. :\Iary Wilson. 
9010. Jai-ucs V>. Vodder, b. Aiig. 1, 1SS3. lie is a physiciau and surgeou in 
.Alarslifield, Wis. 



4554. AVILLIA:^! SEAYARD^ SANFOPvD ^ciijamhi 1947, 
Eplrraiin S05, JottaJi SOS, Ephraim, lOi, Scnnuel 23, Thomas 5, 
Tlwma^ 1) b. Jnly 8, 1842, Cincinnati, 0. ; m. Mar. 13, 1S6G, Fan- 
nie J. Donouij^b. Pes., Ravenden Springs, Ark. 

Thc.y bad four cbildren. 

9011. -f Edith :'.!.^ l^ May 1, 1SG7; d. Dec. 3, ISSS; ra. Edgar Triplctt. 

9012. Ida Eram-os, b. Nov. 27, ISGS, Fairfield, Ind.; d. Juuc 17, 1S99; ni. 

E. C. Pavagc. 

9013. + Mar.ioric X., b. June 24, 1S71; m. W. S. Ecnii. 

9014. Benjamin Eranklin, b. Oct. 24, 1S73, Lake Cruck, Kan.; d. Deo. 10, 1S91. 

4555. FRANKLIN" SANFORD {sa>nc drsccni as 4554) b. 
Oct. 7, ]844, Cincinnati, 0.; d. Feb. 38, 1896; nr Sept. 15, 1870, 
Alice A"". liaiid, b. Dee. 25, 18111 in Kentucky. Res., CoviiuTto]!, Ky. 

Tbey liad nine cbildren, tbe first four all born in AYyandotte, 
Kan. 

901.5. Joseph Grillins, b. Oct. 29, 1S71; unui. Is route agent for the Adams 

I'xpress Co. Et'j'., Covington, Ky. 
90] G. Artluiv Hand, b. -luly 27, 1S73. A railroad engineer. 
9017. Alice Virginia, b. Aug. 15, 1875. 

9015. Franklin, Jr., b. July 30, 1877. 

9019. Clifford La-ivrence, b. Sept. 19, 1879, Coving-ton, Ky. 

9020. Stephen, b. Aug. 4, 18S1, Providence, K. I.; d. Nov. 12, 1SS2. 

9021. livcelin, b. Sept. 17, 1SS4, Covington, Ky. School teacher. 

9022. :-latiMa, b. .-\vig. 18, 1S87, Covington, Ky. 

9023. Tlionta.-i, b. Sept. 24, 1S89, Covington, Ky. 



NINTH GENERATION 757 



4557. K!-:NT0N' SANi-^OKD (same descent as dr>u-i) b. Mar. 
30, 1848,, Latonia, JCy. ; m. Feb. 2, 3 873, Sarab A. Ileatli, b. Mar. 
25, 18.52, Cinciunati, 0. FiOS., Newport, Ky. 

'■J'bc^N- liacl six eliildren, all except Harry aiul Parker Ijoni in 
Covington, Ky. 

9024. + ITaT)y Corwiris, 1j. July 5, 1874, Lawrence, Kan.; lu. Florcuce Ihmkin. 
902;";. + Mary L., b'. Feb. 2-1, 1S76; m. Charles Woller. 
902C.+Kenton, .Jr., b. Dec. 24, 187'.'; iii. May McLauftLlin. 
9027.4-Estella, b. Feb. 21, ISSl; m. Paul Ilardcniun. 

9028. Sadie, b. Sept. 10, 1SS7. Ees., Newport, Ky. 

9029. I'arkor, b. Apr. 21, 1.^90, Mibvaukee, Wis. 

4558. JA:\iES BEUNER^ SANFOEO {same, descent as 
4551) b. June 30, 1S50, Lritoiiia, Ky. ; m. Apr. 14, 1881, Jessie K. 
Humble, b. June 29, 18G2. Ees., Latonia, Ky. 

Tliey bad four eliildren. 

903U.-{-lsabol3, b. Jan. 25, 1S82; rci. Joseph Nolan. 

9031. Grace, b. Oct. 22, ]8S4. ' 

9032. IJoyd, b. Aug. 5, 18S6. 

9033. Carroll, b. 'Aug. 20, 1896. 

4559. FKEDERICK PL"^^I\rOUTH^ SANPORD {same des- 
cent as 4551) b. Dec. 26, 1852, Latonia, Ky. ; m. Nov. 11, 186*0, 
Anna Humble, sister to Jessie F. Humble, b. Mar. 12, 1855, Cin- 
cinnati, 0. ?ilr. Saurord is in tlie ice business in Covington, Ky. 
He lias fur^iisbed mue]) of the liislory of liis 1)raneh of tiie fa)nily. 

Tliey bad tliree cbiklren. 

9034. liobert Leiglitonf, b. Sept. 4, 1SS3. 

9035. Kebecca Worthinoton, b. Oct. 2, 1S8G. 

9036. Nellie, b. Ar-g. 1, 1889; d. June IS, 1800. 

4560. FANNIE b^KANCES^ SANFOKD {same dcsecnf as 
4554) b. Sept. 28, 1855, Latonia, Ky. ; m. Jan. 30, 1879, Josepli Vj. 
Hand, b. I\]nr. 15, 1851, Independence, Ky. Pc.-^., Covin^irton. Ky. 

Tliey bad seven cbiklren, adl born in Covington, J\\. 

9037.+:^laude S." Hand, b. .luly 21, 1880; ni. Josepli Whaehou?e. 

9038. Nellie Sanford Hand, b. Apr. 28, ]8S2. A graduate nurse of the 

Cincinnati Hospital, 

9039. l.iuus IJand, b. .Ian. 29, 1SS4. Is a raihoud niacliinist now in Dcuison, 

Texas. 

9040. Lilly llaud, b. Oct. 25, 1885; d. Apr. IS, 1886. 

9041. Daisy Hand, b. Oct. 25, 1S85; d. Apr. 19, 1886. 



75S THE T110^^AS SANFORD FA^flLY 



9042. KoswoH A. ]land, K Oct. 2, ISSS. 

9043. Ad;i ]''ia!icos Haud, b. Deo. 2, 11)02. 

45G2. Sl'EXCEIv ITAND^ SANFORD {mme d(sccnt as 
455 i) h. Aug. 5. 18()3, Latonia, Ky. ; ]u. S('i)1. 8, 1S90, ^linnie Y. 
Yeager, b. Jan. IG, ISfiT. Ees., Home City, 0. 

Tliey liaJ lliree cluldren. 

?044. Pl.nlaf, li. Fe).. 3, 1892, Charloslon, ^\o.; d, ?.Iar. 27, 1S92. 
9045. Cckvstc, b. Dec. 5, 1S97, Jewell City, Kaa. 
904G. FideliH, 1). Dec. 1, 1905, Covinctoii, Ky. 

4564. E^ilLY CORNELIA^ SANFORD {Sylvester 1D4S, 
Ephraim S0'>, JoncJi 303, EphraiM Wi, Sahmcl 23, Thomas 5, 
Thomas 1) b. Apr. S, 1847, Lagrange, Yls. ; m. Feb. 23, 1882, Jame.s 
Leonard Charles, b. Apr. 21, 1842, Pembrokeshire, Y'ales; d. May 
13, 1007. Res., :\[adison, 'Wis. 

TJiey ])ad one child. 
9047.+FQv,ard Sanfords Charles, b. Jan. 2S, 1SS7, Lake Geneva, Wis. 

45G5. HARLAN AYH^LIAM^ SANFORD {same descent as 
4564) b. Oct. 1.1, 1848, Lagrange, AYis. ; m. Sept. 27, 1871, Isabella 
Rebecca dan. of Fortune Carlos and ^Alary (Crav/ford) Sanford, 
b. Dec. 26, 18o0, Camden, N. A. Tliey reside on the old Sani'ord 
homestead in Camden, N. Y., once owned by IMrs. Saii.Cord's grand- 
fatlier, Giles Sanford. 

They had five children, all born in Camden, N. A". 

9048. -j- Dora FelK-, b. June 16, 1S73; m. Fred Moore. 

9049. + Susan Julia, b. Feb. 2G, 1874; d. May 28, 1900; 1!k Jolni Paddock. 

9050.+Fortune Sylvester, b. Sept. 27, 1S7G; m. Nettie Cliarter. 

9051. Mal.cl Emily, b. Feb. 27, l^^SO. 

9052. Blaiiclic Crav.ford, b. Oct. 13, 1S93. 

4568. LYl'TA CLARISSA^ SANFORD [same descent as 
4564) b. Apr. 21, 1S51. Lake Ge7)eva, AVis. ; d. Sept. 6. 180(1 Silver 
City, La.; m. A]u-. 9, 1872, Heman Hastings, b. Api-. 1. 1840, Lake 
Geneva, AVis. Res., Glenvv-ood, Ta. 

Tliey had six children, all born in Glenwood, la. 

9nr,3.-t-:\fabol Ciirii.^l^a? llasliiu;s, b. Mar. 18, 1S73; d. May 18, 1904; m. 

WiUiam Arudt. 
9054.-1- Alice Ilastin(;s, b. Oct. 24, 1S7G; m. S.iiiuicl Apan. 
9055. Helen S. llastir.jjs, b. June 5, 1880; d. Ae>,'. 12, 1881, Glenwood, la. 



NINTH GENERATION 



9056. Aleua UastiiitiS, b. Doc. 5, 1SS2. 

0057. Alva irastiugH, b. Doc. 5, 18S2; d. Tn-f.. 7, IS^'2, G]eiuvoo<], la. 

9038. Yiiny llnstinKS, b. July 5, DSJiO; d. Pcpt, 3, 1890. 

45G7. J'^PHKATM EMERY' SAXFOKi:) (sa.uc dc^rcM «.? 
456d) 1). Aug'. 27, 18;"):^ L;ikr' Geneva, AVi«. ; m. (1) Dec. 81, 1879, 
Cora Ell;i :\];;rlott, 1.. ^lay 8, 1857; in. (2) June 30, 1904, .Mrs. Eora 
Dudley. Ke?., AVJicalu.-i, 111. 

Tliey had four eliildi-eii, all l)orn at Lake Geneva, AYis. 
9050. Harvey Sylveslevs, b. July 21, 1882; d. Ajji. 1, 1905, VtJpMraiso, Ind. 

9060. Wilbur Fisko, b. Juuo 8, 1884. 

9061. Allyn Marlott, h. Sept. 4, 1889. 
90G2. Lilu I.eono, h. Dec. 19, 1S97. 

4563. SAKAH ALENA^^ SANFORD {same descent as 4564) 
h. Dee. 8, 1857, Lake Geneva, AYis. ; m. Feb. 14, 1877, James Dun- 
lo}), h. Sept. 28, 1889, Buffalo, N. Y. Ees., Chicago, 111. 

They had four eliildren, all boj-n at Lake Geneva, AVis. 
9063. James Vs'alters Punlop, b. Sept. 23, 1877. Electrical contractor iu 

Chicago, 111. 
ciofij.-f Harriet Kathryn Dnnlop, b. ]"eb. 25, 1880; in. Henry ]\reneress. 
9005. George Curtis DunLip, b. iNTay 12, ISSl. 
9066. 33ertlui Emily JHiuloj), b. June 16, ISO] ; d. July 23, ISOl. 

45S2. Y]':]:XOX L.^ SANFOED {^yiI]iu»l 1953, Epliraitn 
805, Jo, Kill 303, Epliraun 101, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, TliO))>as 1) h. 
July G, 18G5; m. (1) Jan. 2(;, 1887, :\lary E. AYallace; m. (2) Aug. 
25, 190G, Bertha TTendrieksou. 

lie had two children hy first inari'iaKe. 

90i;7. -EloifcP, b. Nov. 6, 18S7; d. July 28, 1SS8. 

9068. Vernona, b. July 1, 1889. 

4583. Ll'^SLTE Al.'^ SANFOED {same descent as 458?) h. 
Nov. 28. 1870; ni. Q.-t. 2G, 1897, Minnie Ehifer. 

They h:;d ojU' child. 

9069. Je;nie M.^, b. Oct. 9, 1898. 

4584. E.TjANCFK E.* SAXFOEI) {same descent as 45^^:^} 
b. :\l;;y 12, 1878; m. Sept. 14, 1898, John AY. Idoyd. Eos.. Mil- 
ford, 0. 

They IukI one child. 

9070. Virginia W.e Lloyd, b. Sept. 8, 1905. 



760 THE THOMAS SANFOKD FA.\I1I-Y 

4588. MINNIE MAY« SANPOED {Wilbur 1955, Ephraim 
805, Jounh .^03, Ephraim 104, Sa)iiucl 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. 
May 18, 1873, Tclcin, 111.; m. July 1, 1902, William Henry Wight, 
b. ^Taii. 2, 1873, Ediiibvirg, Scotlaiid. Res., Waterbury, Ct. 

'J'iiey had one ehild. 

9071. elossJe Lnv.-reueeo \Vi^;ht, b. A])j-. ?,, 1903, Gofcheu, X. Y. 

4589. IIARliY EPHRAIM^ SANFORD {.^ome descent as 
45SS) b. Oct. 22, ]S7-h Pckin, III; m. Nov. IG, 189-t, Nettie S. 
IMac^iillaii. Res., C'aindeu, N. Y. 

They liad one ehild. 

9072. Kei.tou ].swrenceP, b. ^ept. ]6, 1S99, Camden, N. Y. 

4590. lONE^ EIjY {Alhro 195S, Sarah SOS, Jesse 304, Eph- 
raim 101, Samuel 23, Thoii\as 5, Thomas 1) ]ii. Henry S. Coe. Res.. 
Terry ^■il]c, Ct. 

They had tv:o eliildren. 

9073. Ineiius Coe, n. Thomas Seoville. 

9074. Eol,'Cvt Coe, in. Lotlio Daniels. 

4591. AYALTER^ ELY {same descent as i5P(9) "deceased ; m. 
Neiti<- T.nn-y. Res., Toronto, Can. 

Tbey had tuo eliildren. 

9075. Waltcro Ely. 
907G. J'anio- Ely. 

{For further information src Fly Genealogy.) 

4595. ROAVENA^ SANFORD {JJennj 1.960, Eli Sl.j, Paniei 
30.5, Ezdncl Vli, Somuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Feb. 12, 1823, 
.Taekson. Mo. : d. Oct. 5. 18(i-l; ni. John Ilnnt of Rordentown, N. -h 

They had two eliildren. 

0C77.^-^I;l;:yie Q.f Hui.t, m. C. P. Kowe. 

9078. I'hiiomon J. Ihrnt. K--s., St. IxmLs, Mo. 

4597. PEARRs SANFORD {same descent as 4595) b. Ang. 

5, 1829, Jaekson, :\lo. : d. 18G2, Vietoria, Australia; m. 

LaYine. 

Tbey had tbree eliildren. 

9079. Mary Sanforcie I.a Vine, ii\. Muxwell. Ro.^., Glen ^^agK''-^ 

Victoriii, Australia. 



NINTH. GENEKATION 7(51 



9080. Harriot L;i Yiue. 

9081. ]leiiry Sanford L:i A'ino. 

Tiio lieiis of rear! Sanl'ord La A'ine all reside in Victoria, Australia. 



4598. TEKESiV SANFORD {same descent as 4595) h. Jan. 
13, 1S34, Jacbsoii, I^Io.; m. John Albert. 

T]iey had five children. 

9052. Henry niijU& Albert. Bcs., St. Louis, Mo. 

9053. Annie Albert, in. A. T. Eoycrs of Little IxVjelr, Ark. 
908-1. AVilliam Albt-Tl. 

90S5. Jules Albert. 

908G. Cleineutiue Albert. I'cs., 8t. Louis:, Mo. 

4599. J.INUS' SANFOKT) {same descent «.■; 4595) h. Jan. 3, 
183S, Jackson, :\Io. : m. Jan. 33, 1S72, Martha J. Rn.'<Kell. Res., 
Jackson, '^\o. 

Tliey liad tlirce children. 

9037.+T^Iartlia S.f, b. Dec. IS, is:2; m. ' — Tetennan. 

9088. Linus. Jr., b. .Lily LS, 1S73. Eos., Jackson, Mo. 

9089. + Julia, b. Dee. IS, 1877; m. Clyde Yaudivert. 

4600. TlT::\rA.N F.^ sanford (7^&o- n-f>2, EU S45, Dankl 
305, Ezel-id J 05, Sannicl 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. Sept. 30, 
1S25; d. Jnne S, 1S7S; m. . 

lie had one cliild. 

909O.-'rl^-ank E.^', b. Oct. S, 18.j1. 

4603. C'OIIDFLTA.^ SANFORD {sa)\e descent as 4G00) h. 
Jnly 2, F-'o-"); d. Jnne 32, 3 8G4; in. Barrinj^ton. 

Tlicy had one child. 
OOPJ. Liiais^ E;irinytun, b. Doc 17, 18G1. Ees., Tuseula, :\lieli. 

4605. ALni'Jri^^ SAN1X")R1) {shnco-n :l96i, EU S15, Danu-l 
305, Ezckir] 105, S,imiifl 25, Tlioinas 5, TItomas 1) h. ,Ian. 3 3, 1828, 
Conneant. O. ; d. Mar. 12. 3893, Oshkosh, Wis.; rn. Jinn^ 20, 1818, 
Ennice Andiev.-s I'Mower, h. Nov. 37, 1827, TN'avcrly, N. S. ; d. Feb. 
8, 188."), O.s1il;osh, AVis. :\Trs. Sanford was related to tlie late Oov. 
Roswell 1\ I'Mower's fainily. 

They had one cliihl. 
9092.4-ZnlieUa Ju1i;i», b. Aug. 19, 1^19; in. Vriliiaju .lames. 



TJll:: THOMAS SANFO]?D FAMILY 



4G06- ESTHERS SANFORl) {same descend as 4605) m. 
Edward Bingham of Cleveland, 0. 

Oi)C child was 
909?.. JiUia Sai.forcV' B;ng));iii, ni. Luther Allen. Bes., Clnvclaiid, O. 

4612. ALARY ELIZABETJP SANFORD {Esckicl J 068, 
Lyrnon S27, EzeJriel 310, Ezchicl 105, f<amnel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 
1) h. Deo. 29, 18-29; d. :\lar. G, 3S0G; m. Mar. 22, 1849, Roocrt 
Smil py. 

Tljey had two cliildreu. 

909J.-1-Panford Y.^ Smiley, b. Mar. 6, 1S5] ; iii. Almeda Snyder. 

9095. Jolm Erviu Smiley, b. Sept. 29, 1S5G ; d. Dec. 7, 1S95. 

4615. JOHN R.-VTIIBURXs ELLIS {Savah 1960, Lyman 
S27, JhfhieJ 310, EzfJ:id 105. Samuel 23, Tho)nas .5, Thomas 1) b. 
July 27, LS2G: in. (1) Oct. 12, ISGl, I^.lrs. Cathcriuo Boieo Davis, 
d. Aug, m^A- m. (2) OA. ]2, 1SG9, Villa A. AVcsi, d. June 12, 1905. 

Jle had one ehild l-y first and three by secojid marriage. 

9096. + ilorton Uj' Ellis, b. July 29, ]S(i2; d. June S, 3903; m. Cora Jvisor. 

9097. AVjlUrun AV. Ellis, b. Aug. 12, 1S72. 

9098.-|-rred Sanford Ellis, b. Sept. 4, lS7i ; m. Lillian Teets. 
S099.H-Louis D. Ellis, b. Folx 24, 3S7G; m. Cora ^Vickham. 

4616. LY.AFAN S.VNFORD^^ ELLIS {same descent as 4615) 
b. Apv. 15, 182S; d. :\Liy 2G, 190G ; m. ^Mar. 2, 1853, Alary Eliza 
Hunt. 

They had seven chikL'en. 

9100. Fordo Elli.';, b. Feb. 17, 1S54; d. Apr. 10, 1S99. 
OlOl.+Addic Ellis, b. Xov. 12, 1856; m. Howrrd Graves. 
9102. Ira J. Ellis, b. July 14, ISGO; d. ]Mar. 10, 1S90. 
9103.+Emma Ellis, b. Feb. 7, 1SC5; m. Elmer Brown. 

9104. Burt Ellis, b. Apr. 21, 1S70; d. Jan. 27, 1S71. 

9105. Eddie Ellis, b. Feb. 21, 1S73; d. June 14, 1.^73. 

9106. Kuth Inez Elli.s, b. Aijv. 1?,, 1S77. 

4617. RIIODA CHARLOTT]-?" I'^LLIS {same drscenf as 
4615) 1). Mar. '31, 18:1]: d. Apr. 2-1, 190G; m. (1) Oct. 10. 1S5S, 
Socrates Sehutt, d. 18G;L, m. (2) Feb. -J. ]SG9, Thcmas Xekon 
Kellogg. 

She liad one cliild by Grst. marri.-u^e. 
9107.+Willinju Byrono Seliutt, b. Feb. H, ISGO: m. Elnora Middaugli. 



NINTH GKXKl^ATTON 7G3 



46:5.8. IHA HARRISON-^ ELLTS {same descent as '1615) b. 
Jan. 25, 1S33; d. Sept. 3, 1887; m. Ihiy 22, 1866, Hortencia R. 
Bishop, d. Sept. 9, 1SS7. 

They liad eight cluklren. 

910S.+Fraaels Edguro Ellis, b. -Aug. 31, 1SG7; m. Anna Bryant. 

9109. Jessie May Ellis, b. Sept. 20, LSGO. 

9110.-fCarrie I. Ellis, b. Apr. 7, 3.S7'2; ni. Jolm Slijrhts. 

9111. Nora Leota Ellis, b. Juno 15, 1875; d. Jan. 11, 187S. 

9112. Lvdia A. Ellis, b. Jnly 11.. 1^77. 

911.3. .Jay Ellis, h. ^lar. 22, ISRQ; d. I'ob. 23, 1S?.2. 

9114. E.i'v Ellis, b. Mar. 22, bSSO; d. Mar. 22, 1S80. 

9115. Lcland ]::ilis, b. Apr. S, ISSi. 

4619. ORliEX TYLEK^' ELLIS {same descent as 4615) b. 
Nov. 22, 3S.30; m. ^lar. 3, 1S58, J.ncilla lU. Siiyder. 
They had two children, 

9116. Georg.-? Ellis. 

9117. Cora Ellis, m. (1) Hunt; m. (2) Culver. 

4621. AVARREX CLARK* ELLIS {same dfscevt as 46K>) 
b. Oct. 6, 1840; in. Feb. 28, 1865, Alice Ann Snyder. 
''J'hey had one eliild. 

9118. Edilh Aunao Ellis, b. Mar. 1, ISGS; m. Aug. 17, 1903, Vvillard Y/aldo 

Ellis. 

4623. ElMELTXE E.« IIAIT {Mary 1970, Lyman 827, Ezcldci 
310, Ezchirl 105, r^nniuel 23, Tlwrnos 5, Thomas 7) 1). Dee. 11, 1825, 
Virp-i^ X. Y. ; m. ^Lar. IS, 1852, B. S. Gri.swold, b. June 18, 1826; 
d. in Andevsonville. 

They had three children. 

9119.+Hait A.a Grlswold, b. Jan. 23, lS.-)3; m. Ardcllf Arnold. 
9120. -[-Edwin M. Cirisuold, b. Nov. 13, 1855; m. Alida Per Loo. 

9121. Grace G. (iiiswold, b. Juno 12, ISGl. 

4G2.5. RACHEL xV.* IIAIT {same descent as 1623) h. June 
21, 1832, Viroil. N. Y. ; d. Anj:,'. 17, 1906, Eva.nston. 111.: m. Feb. 
2, L8G4, Jar-ob Ilai-ris at Os\\e;-o, X. Y. 

They had one child. 

9122. Laura MaKl.ewsO ITanis, b. .Em. 2."., 15GS: m. Oct. 30. 180.", T.oui.^ 

Charles Soberer. Mrs. Srb.erer vas grndi-ated from Va=s;!r \u 1800. 
They have been twice in tl,e Pliilippines. Now located at Port Moadc, 
S. Dak. 



764 TKR THOMAS HANFOlfD FAI^IILY 



4626. ]\rAin' AV.*^ HAIT (same descent as 4623) h. Iha. 21. 
1837, Virgil, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 4, 1896, nainplon, Neb.; m. Nov. 25, 
1858, Oliver J. Tyler. 

They had tv,'o childreri. 

9]23.H-Coia J.n Tyle:-, b. May 22, ISGO; m. Joshua Cox. 

9124. George B. Tylor, b. May 2G, 1870. 

4627. GERTRUDE E.« HAIT {same drsccnt as 4623) b. 
Apr. 10, ]|R41, Virg-il N. Y. ; m. July 7, J 860, Oscar IT. Sinith, d. 
Feb. 13, 1894. 

Tliey liad three children. 

9125. Letta M.s Smitli, b. Oct. 7, 1870; m. Feb. 9, 1893, A. Merlon Ford. 

9126. Lida M. Smith, b. June 21, LS76; m. Dec 22, 1907, Henry lior.n^klt. 

9127. Grace M. Smith, b. Apr. 20, 187S; m. An^c- 13, 1907, Hurton Ar4;ley. 

4634.^ JANE« DUTCJTER {Vimis J974, FAisaph 830, Ezckiel 
310, Ezckid 105, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. June 7, 1829, 
Greenwood, N. Y. ; d. I\Iay 14, 1854, Greeuwood, N. Y. ; m. i\Iay 9,' 
1851, Saxton Atkins, b. Feb. 6, 1821, Greemvood, N. Y. 

They had one cliild. 

912S.+J(_-hn Martini' Athius, b. J-ime C, 1S53; m. P.e]>ecca Geremer. 

4635. ELTZABETIJ« DUTCHER {same descent as 4634) b. 
Jure 26, 1830, Gi-eemvood, N. Y. ; d. jNIay 13, 18SS, Greenwood, 
N. Y. ; m. Sept. 26, 1847, Thomas McCorniJek, b. Jan. 28, 182] ; d. 
Dec. 23, 1887, Greenwood, N. Y. 

They had ten children, all born iu Greeu\\cod, N. Y. 

9129. Amiie9 McCormick, b. .Hily 24, 3S4S. 

9130. Angela Dimis j\rcCormick, b. Ani;-. 4, IS.'SO. 

9131. StarKlish ArcCormiek, b. May G, 3So3. 

9132. Thomas McCormick, b. Floe. 3, 1S35. 

9133. Ivlizaboth .McCormick, b. July 2S\ 1S5S. 

9134. i\!:iry F. McCormiok, b. C>ct. 16, 1S60. 

913.5.-1- Jolin J. McCoimiek, b. Mny 2, lSo3: m. Elizabeth Fiir'.patrick. 
913G. Frances McCunuiok, b. May IS, 1SG.5. 
0137. Ambrose iMcCormick, b. Sept. 22, 186S. 
9138. Catherine INUCormiek, b. I\iar. J, jS70. 

4636. LUCY AWX"^ DETCITER (same descent as 4634) b. 
Nov. 26, 18;:!2, Gri-(iiwoo<l. X. ^'. ; d. dutie 3, 1863, Laprairie Center, 
111. ; m. Sept. 23. 1858, Yenapali Wihnot. 

They had two children, born in Laprairie Center, 111. 



NINTH GENERATION 765 



9139. Vishila Aiint' Wilniol, h. June 29, 1859. 

9140. Stci.lien Uoiiylas Wilniot, b. Msn-. 30, lSfi3. 

4639. :>L\?.Y 1).^ DrTCIJER {.^omc dcscnii as 4631) 1x 
Sept. 25. 183S. Gvennvoud, N. Y. ; in. Nov. 8, J 859, Ilvnry Aui^nLstns 
French, b. Jan. 81, 1836, Bingliamton, N. Y. Res., Sheophoru, 
Colo. 

They ]i;-i(l five children. 

P141. Child", b. Fob. 11, 1H13, J'poria, 111.; d. Apr. 6, 1S63. 

9142. Henry H. French, b. ,T;in. 19, 1867, La Prairie, HI. 

91-i3. + rhebe Dimis French, b. Dec. 27, 1870; m. Clarence Eundcll. 

9144. + ?irary Y. French, b. Kv.-r. 3, 1S73; m. Henry Gates. 

91 15. -f Charles Freeman French, b. Oct. IS, 1875; m. Jessie Davis. 



4640. CHARITY^ DUTCHEE {•^omc descent as 4031) b. 
Oct. 29, 1840, Clreenwood, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 29, 1859, Freeman Smith 
Roger.s, b. ]\ray 27, 1837, Greemvood, N. Y. Res., Greemvood, N. Y. 

They had two childi'cu, born in Greenwood, N. Y. 

914G.+John T)S' Eogers, b. May 4, 1S61; m. Marietta Osmin. 

9147. Mary E. Rogers, b. Dec. IS, 1SG7; unm. Res. Greenwood, N. Y. 

4641. GILBP^RT L.^'' SANFORD {Soton 1975, Elisaph 830, 
Ezcl-id 310, EzchkJ 105, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 1) b. :\Iar. 
4, 1833, F. Sparta, N. Y. ; ni. (1) Nov. 19, 1857, ^lelinda. dan. of 
Esan AYhitney. b. :Mar. 2G, 1839, Whitne.vs Valley, N. Y.; d. Feb. 
17, 1878. Prineetown, ^linn. ; rn. (2) Apr., 1884, ^Frs. IMary Fond, 
d. Nor. 9, 190S. Friendship, N. Y. R.as., Friendship, N. Y. 

He had two ehildi-cn by first marriage, ])orn in Princ<nor], 3linn. 

9]4S. + Li];ibel F.9, b. .Tan, ]0, Ip.Gl; in. Oliver IvrcCarriel. 

9149. Jepsie E., b. Ang. 11, 18G2; d. Dec. 5, 1SG2, Princeton, Min7i. 



4642. :\rAirrj]A« SANFORI^ {same descent as iOil) h. 
Sept. 22, 183-1, East Sparta, N. Y. ; d. :\Iar. 28. 18G5. Naples. N. Y. ; 
m. Sept. 30, 1855, Edward Jones, b. Dee. 14, 1812. :\Iaratho?!, N. Y. : 
d. Sept.. 1887, Na]>bs. N. ^'. 

They had three ehlldrfii, all born in Nai-b's, N. Y. 

9150.+ neleno Jones, b. An^;. 25. 1«5G; m. Ern.-sl Lewis. 
9151. -f Thomas Jones, b. Mar. S. 1S5S; ni. Ella Ricliards. 
9152. Elida Jones, b. Ang. 19, 18(32; d. Feb. 8, 1893, Willard Asylum. 



766 THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMILY 

4643. MARV^ SANP^OKD {same descent as IGdl) b. Sepl- 
22, ]S;U, East Sparta, N. Y. ; d. :\lay 4, lf)00, Spi'iiiowater, N. Y. ; 
m. AVilliam Harris, b. iu Scotland. 

They liad cue c'lild. 

9153. S.-il'i'daf* Jlnn-ip, b. Sept. 22, 1S5J, Siirinf/wutcr. N. Y.; m. Bc-nJRuiin 
Sweeten {See 4650). liea. isteuTii Morris, X. Y 

4644. Ll'/riTTA^^ SANFOIID {same dcsecnf as -^641) b. Aun-. 
27, 1836, East Sparta, N. Y. ; m. A. B. Shute. Kos.. Sandstone. 
jMinn. 

They had four children. 

915!. A. A.e Sbiito. 

9155. ^YaT^en Shute. 

9156. Clara Shute. 

9157. Burr Shiite. 

4645. EEl;ECCAs SANFORD {some descent as 4641) b. 
Dec. 8, 1837, Sjniiipwater, N. Y. ; ni. (1) Jvdy 4, 1S53, Daniel 
Scott, b. July 2E 1S32 ; d. :May 8, 1857; m. (2) Nov. 1, 1870, Isaac 
Stalcy, b. Oct. 27, 1837, JohnstoAvn, N. Y. Res., Wayland, N. Y. 

She had one cln'ld by first and five by second marriage. 

9158.-fErniiiaf* Scoti, h. Soj>t. 22, 1.^55; m. Y/illard DcGolyer. 

9150.4- Lillian Staley, b. Sepl. 8, 1S71; m. Harry Briggs. 

9160. Clraries Stalry, b. Leo. 2, 1872. lies. Portland, Oregon. 

9161. -L Ada Stalpj, b. June 4, 1874; m. Edwin Tempkton. 

9162. -fA. Josephine Staley, b. Sept. 10, 1878; m. Ernest Malhiber. 

9163. Mabel StrJey, b. Apr. 26, 18S0; d. Aug. 12, ISSS. 

4G47. A>:N^^ SANFORD {same descent as ■ G41) b. Dec. IG, 

1840, SpriupwaiL-r, N. Y. ; ni. (1) Thomas Harris; m. (2) — 

Schwartz. Res., Springvaler, N. Y. 

Slio had two children by first marriage. 

9164. Fran!:!' Harris. 

916.5. Ella Esther Hnrris, d. Apr. 20, 1894, Sprinaw^tor, N. Y. 

4048. SAFE S.^ SANFOlil) {same descent as 4641) b. Aug. 
1, 1842, East Spar{a, N. Y.; m. Apr. 25, ISGfi, Rachel, dan. oi IE J. 
Burke, b. Oct. 2, 1842, Italy, N. X. Res., Princeton, .Aliun. 

They had elevon (hildren. 

9166.H-Y'il1iain Y.f, b. Jan. 2S, 1867; m. Myrtilla Northway. 
9167. Lillie S., b. Aug. 19, 1868. 



NINTH GENERATION 7G7 



916S. Cbnrk.^ H., b. Jan. 5, ]S70. 

OlCl'. Tlioni.'is E., b. Eel). 36, 187)^; d. May 12, 1891. 

SilTO. + Ilciirv J., b. Fob. G, IS7-1; m. KPthcrine Mohaupt. 

9171. Leon, b. Pept. 7, DS76. 

9172. + Kv)iest X., b. Oct. 2.3, 1878; in. Miinnc Ciller. 
9173H-Klv.uoa B.. b. Jnn, 19, ]8S1; m. Eiitli Briggs. 
91 W. Kiiola 0., b. Feb. 2, 1880. 

9175. Nonh, b. Oct. 10, 18S9. 
917G. Gordou, b. Av.g. 31, 1S91. 

4G4.9. EZEKIEL EEED^^ SANFORD {same descent as -iC-il). 
b. Aug. 26, 1844, East Sparta, N. Y. ; in. Edith, dau. of IT. J. Burke, 
b. May 26. 1851, Italy, N. Y. ^Iv. Sar^ford served in tlu: Civil AVar. 
Res.. Princeton, ]\Jin)i. 

Tlicy had three ehijdren. 

9177. + Louella M.s, b. Nov. 4, 1872; m. McCraig. 

9178. ERtl.or L., b. Feb. S, 1874. 

9179. + C]orciiee K., b. Julj 21, 1S79; m. Luella Cilley. 

4650. JOSEPHINE'^ SANFORD {same descent as 4G41) h. 
Oct. 4, 184G, Sprinjiwater, N. Y. : d. Feb. 22, 1892, Springwatcr, 
N. Y.; m. Sept. 7, 1SG2, James, son of ATilliam Harris, h. :\Iar. 21, 
1844, m Yate.s Co., X. Y. ; d. Ang. 27, 1907, Wayland, N. Y. 

They liad one cliild. 

91S0.+ Kose7.f(tP-' I'arris, b. June 10, ISGl; ui. Fred Harvey. 

4652. VAN RENSSELAER^ SANFORD {same descent as 
4641) h. Sei-t. 12, 1852, Springwater, N. Y. ; m. Sept. IG, 1877, 
Co)-a A., dan. of John and Elizabeth Stewart, b. Apr. 6, 1858, 
Roel' ester, N. Y. Res.. Lodi, Cal. 

Tlii-y had two children. 

9]8].-|-l'e!ey F.o, b. V.ziv. 27, 1S79; m. Abna Ecklund. 
91S2. + Et]ie] i:., b. Nov. -J, 1881; m. E. W. Evorost. 

4056. BENJAMIN^ SWEETEN {Ta>c]I 4977, KUsaph 830, 
Kzel-icl .^JO, Ezel-icl 40:', Samuel 33, Tlioma^ :>, Tlnnnns J) b. Oct. 
4, 1338, Springwater. N. Y. ; m. July 0, 1867, Salinda. dan. of 
William and Alary (Snnford) Harris. 1). Sept. 22. 1851. SiTJii..'- 
water, N. Y. Res.. Ab);ijit Ab.rri.s, N. Y. 

They l',;id two ebildren, boiai in Sprini^water. N. Y. 

9]83.-f "Minna Luoy!' Pwo.-tcn, b. .Time n. 1SG8; ,,,. Orville ^b.o<^c. 
9184. Emnn. Eiulora Sueclcii, b. Eeo. 27, 3878; in. An-. 18, 1'^'^:K M H. s An,..». 
b. Sept. IG, 18GC, Sprlv.i^water, N. Y. Kes. Waylaml, N. V. 



7GS ' Tlll-J T]IO>r AS SANKOKD FAMILY ^ 

4658. niOS" SAV-El'miN (same dcsccni as 4656) h. Mar. 
22, 1S42, Spriiigwalcr, N. Y. ; m. D-'c. 24, 3SG8, Cornelia A. Thor- 
nell, h. Nov. 20, ISll, Pittsford, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 9, 1873, Pittsford, 

N. Y. Ivos., Pitisrord, N. Y. 
Tiioy liad one clijld. 

91Su. Elmer Lnos^ S-.veelen, b..Ai'r. 9, "J871, Pittsford, N. Y. ]lcs., Pittsford, 

N. Y. 

4660. FERDINAND C." GOLDSjMITH {Chloe 1978, Eli- 
sapJi S30, Ezehiel 310, Eecl-iel 105, Samuel 23, Thomas 5, Thomas 
1) b. Jinic 8, 183fi, Oreeiiwood, N. Y. ; d. Mar. 19, 3S9G, Coo, Micli.; 
111. Aug. S, 1883, Tuez J. Brieldcy, b. Nov. 19, 1S57, Salt River, 
Mir-li. Res., :\[t. PJeasaiil, :\]ic}i. 

They ]iad two children, borii in Lincohi, IMieh. 

91SG. Libbio Edilb-' Goldsmith, b. Jaue 15, 1SS7. 
9187. C-itlierine Inez Gold.-njUh, b. Apr. 17, 1S91. 

4661. WILLIAM S.^ GOLDS:\!ITII {same descent a.<^ 4660) 
b. Jan. 10, 1839, S^veden, N. Y. : ni. Oct. LS, 1858, Cornelia A. 
Ver.!!]ian, b. ^lay 11, 1S39, Jachson, ^lich. Res., Shepherd, ^ticli. 

They had three children. 

9] o5__j_ George E.fi Goblsmith, b. Aug. 27, isr)9; m. Abby A'acanriiauf:b. 
91S9. William E. Coldyi.iitli, b. Jnii. 2S, ISGl, Summit, Mich. 

9190. Charles M. Goldsmith, b. Dec. 5, 1S69, Coe, Mich.; d. Oct. 31, 1S79, 

Coe, Mich. 

4662. JULIA E.^ GOLDS^IITH {.^ame descent as 4060) b. 
Sept. 13. 1841, SvN-eden, N. Y. ; in. Jnly 1, 1858, David L. Vonnan, 
b. ]\Iay 28. 183G. Sninniit, ^lieh. Re.s.. Alma, :\]ieh. 

They liad five children, all boii in Coe, Mich. 

9191. I"inr;i "M.'-' Ycrman, b. .luiie 5, lS."i9. 

9192. AYilliari II. Yorman, b. June CG, 1861. 

9193. Y-nlte.-- I-. YorriK'.n, 1). Pec. IG, 1870. 

919!. Zadn A. YoTm.ui, b. :May G, 1878; d. Au^. 29, 1879, Coo, Mich. 
919.". Paymond \Y. Yorman, b. Oct. 29, 1881. 

4603. ITANXAIT ISAPh^LLA"^ GOLDSMITH {^<nne descent 
as 4660) b. Jiui. 10, 1844, Sweden, N. Y. ; ni. George D. :\reek]iam. 
l{r.s., Orland. Cal. 

'JMiev liad seven eliildron. 



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