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Full text of "The Whitney family of Connecticut, and its affiliations : being an attempt to trace the descendants, as well in the female as the male lines, of Henry Whitney, from 1649 to 1878; to which is prefixed some account of the Whitneys of England"

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THE 



WHITNEY FAMILY 

OF 

CONNECTICUT, 

AND ITS AFFILIATIONS; 

BEING AN ATTEMPT TO TRACE THE DESCENDANTS, AS WELL IN THE FEMALE AS 

THE MALE LINES, OF 

HENRY WHITNEY, 

FROM 1649 TO 1878; 

To WHICH is PREFIXED SOME ACCOUNT OF THE WHITNEVS OF ENOI-ANU. 

BY S. WHITNEY PHCKNIX. 
VOLUME II. 




SlGNlOR, IS ALL YOUR FAMILY 



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EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Chil. of James and Anna (Whitney) Merrltt. 

I. Elizabeth Merritt, b. at Springtown, in New Paltz, N. Y., 1 1 Feb. 
1807, being sixteen years and four days younger than her mother; married 
James Norton, a farmer, who was born at Pleasant Valley, in Plattekill, 
N. Y., son of William and Mary (Town) Horton, and died at Esopus, 
N. Y. ; married (2d) John James Snyder, a surveyor, of Rochester, Ulster 
Co., N. Y. ; and died at Rochester, 7 or 9 March 1869. He still lived at 
Rochester in 1873. 

II. Jeremiah Merritt, b. in Pine Bush district, Rochester, Ulster Co., 
N. Y., 16 Oct. 1808 ; a farmer; married Mary Ann Norton, dau. of William 
and Mary (Town) Horton. He was living at Elmore's Corners, N. Y., in 
1873- 

III. Daniel Merritt, b. at Rochester, Ulster Co., N. Y., i Jan. 1810; 
a carman; married at Rosendale Plains, N. Y., 31 Dec. 1829, in Friends' 
Meeting, Hannah Tillson, who was born at Rosendale Plains, 20 Feb. 
1 807, dau. of Isaiah and Phebe (Coutant) Tillson. They dwelt at Rosendale 
Plains for one year ; and then moved to New York City, where he died, I 
Jan. 1835, an d was buried in Houston Street Cemetery. She was married 
(2d), 26 Sept. 1852, in her father's house at Rosendale Plains, by James A. 
Coutant, to Lewis Felladore ; and was living at Rosendale Plains in Jan. 
1875. 

IV. Bethany Merritt, b. at " the Clove," in Rochester, Ulster Co., 
N. Y., 24 July 1812; married in her father's house at Rosendale Plains, 
N. Y., 17 Ap. 1830, by Thomas Butler, to Isaiah Tillson, a farmer, son of 
John and Mary (Grouse) Tillson, of Rosendale Plains, where he was born 
18 July 1805. They lived for four years on a farm adjoining her father's; 
two years in New York City ; four years again at Rosendale Plains ; one 
year at Shelby, N. Y.; two years at Alabama Centre, N. Y.; one year at 
East Bloomfield, N. Y.; four years at Bristol, N. Y., where they joined the 
Baptist Church; moved to Michigan in 1848, living one year in Oakland 
Co., and three years in Bennington ; and then settled on a farm of eighty 
acres, in Antrim, where he died 30 March 1863. He was buried at Burns, 
Michigan. She was living at Oak Grove, Mich., in June 1875. 



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V. Prudence Merritt, b. at "the Clove," in Rochester, Ulster Co., 
N. Y., 17 Oct. 1813 ; married Isaac S. Sutton, a farmer, who was born at 
Newburgh, N. Y., son of Isaac and Dorcas (Palmer) Sutton. They were 
members of the Monthly Meeting of Friends at Rosendale, N. Y.; and 
settled at New Paltz, N. Y., where they died (she, 24 Oct. 1860; he, 27 
Jan. 1868), and were buried at Butterville Cemetery. 

VI. Sarah Merritt, b. at Plattekill, N. Y., 7 Aug. 1815; died at 
Rosendale Plains, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1826, and was buried there, in the 
Friends' Cemetery. 

VII. James Whitney Merritt, b. at Rosendale Plains, N. Y., 20 
June 1828; married, in Dec. 1854, Agnes McCullough ; and lived at 
147 North Third Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1873, his business being at 
256 Washington Street, New York. 

VIII. Anna Margaret Merritt, b. at Rosendale Plains, N. Y., 27 
Nov. 1829; married at New York City, 9 Jan. 1855, Sylvanus Terwilliger 
Ronk, a farmer, who was born at Shawangunk, N. Y., 18 Feb. 1827, son of 
Lawrence and Mehetabel (Terwilliger) Ronk. They dwelt for three or 
four years in New York City; and then settled on a farm at the hamlet of 
Rutsonville, in Gardiner, N. Y., where they were living in 1873. 



Child of Harman and Sarah (Whitney) Terwilliger. 

I. Daniel James Terwilliger, b. at Pleasant Valley, in Plattekill, 13199 
N. Y., 9 Jan. 1822; a farmer; married at Pleasant Valley, 23 Nov. 1843, 
Charity Jane Garrison, who was born at Pleasant Valley, 5 Aug. 1818, 
dau. of Isaac D. and Anna (Snyder) Garrison. They settled at Pleasant 
Valley, and were living there in 1873. 



Chil. of Jesse and Eveline (Simkins) Whitney. 

I. William Whitney, b. at Plattekill, N. Y., 15 Oct. 1820; a farmer; 
married at Perinton, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1844, by Rev. Franklin Woodward, 
Baptist, to Jane Nichols, dau. of Elijah and Mary (Filkins) Nichols, of 
Perinton. She was born at Nassau, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1822. They settled at 
Perinton, 3 Ap. 1844; moved, 5 Ap. 1869, to Arcadia, N. Y., about three 
and a half miles south from the railway-station at Newark ; and were 
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II. Lorenzo Whitney, b. at Plattekill, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1822; a farmer; 13204 
married at Farmington, N. Y., 18 Jan. 1843, Wary Johnson. They dwelt 
at Fairport, N. Y., till 1845 ! then went to Michigan ; and, in 1849, to Cal- 
ifornia. Returning in 185 1, he settled at Holley, N. Y., where he engaged 
in the hardware trade. Afterward, for several years, they lived at Eureka, 
Mich. She died at Macedon Locks, N. Y., 30 March 1857, and was 
buried in the old cemetery at Fairport. He married (2d), in Dec. 1858, at 
South Sodus, N. Y., Matilda Ashforth. They settled at Sodus Ridge, 
N. Y., and were living there in March 1875. 



III. Zadok Whitney, b. at Plattekill, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1824; died in Dec. 
1824, and was buried at Plattekill. 



IV. Eliza Jane Whitney, b. at Plattekill, N. Y., 2 July 1826; mar- 13210 
ried at Fairport, N. Y., 24 Dec. 1845, by Rev. Mr. Griswold, Baptist, to 
Robert Bruce Jeffords, a physician and surgeon, who was born at Rush, 

N. Y., 3 Sept. 1824, son of Nathan and Mary (Green) Jefferds. They 
lived at Rush for one year; at Yates, N. Y., three years; at Murray, N. Y., 
four years; at Marshall, Mich., four years from June 1853; at Lansing, 
Mich., nine years; and finally moved to Coldwater, Mich., where they 
were dwelling in Dec. 1874. He grad. at the Berkshire Medical College, 
in Pittsfield, Mass., 12 Dec. 1846. He enlisted, as a private, 21 Ap. 1861; 
was mustered into the U. S. service, as first-lieut. of Co. G, 3d Reg., Mich. 
Vol. Infantry, 9 June 1861; took part in the battles of Blackburn Ford, 
Bull Run (where his gallant conduct secured his promotion as captain, i 
Aug. 1861), Yorktown, Williamsburgh, Chickahominy Swamp, Seven Pines, 
Fair Oaks, and Savage's Station; and was discharged 9 July 1862, for 
general prostration and debility. 

V. Albert Whitney, b. at Plattekill, N. Y., 2 Feb. 1829; a farmer; 13214 
married at Penfield, N. Y., 29 Dec. 1852, Jennett Mattison, who was born 

at Floyd, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1832, dau. of Truman and Betsey Ann (Pike) 
Mattison. He settled in the north part of Perinton, N. Y.; and afterward 
moved across the line into the south part of Penfield, where they were 
living in 1874. 

VI. Sarah Ann Whitney, b. at Plattekill, N. Y., 8 Feb. 1832; died 
at Albion, Mich., 6 Nov. 1857, while a student in Albion College; and was 
buried in the old cemetery, near the Congregational Church in Fairport, 

N. Y. 

VII. Nelson Leonard Whitney, b. at Fairport, N. Y., 21 July 1834; 
died there, u Jan. 1835, a "d was buried in the old cemetery, near the 
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VIII. Whitney, a son, b. at Fairport, N. Y., 21 July 1838; 

died in 1838, and was buried in the old cemetery, near the Congregational 
Church, in Fairport. 

IX. Mary Eveline Whitney, b. at Fairport, N. Y., 3 March 1841; 
died there, 6 Oct. 1851, and was buried in the old cemetery, near the 
Congregational Church. 



Chil. of James and Sally Ann (Coutant) Whitney. 

I. Hannah Jane Whitney, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 13 Aug. 1825; 
married there, 28 Sept. 1844, in her father's house, by Friends' ceremony, 
to EfTingham Lawrence, a farmer, who was born at Esopus, 15 May 181 1, 
son of Thomas and Sarah (Smith) Lawrence. They settled at Esopus ; 
and in 1867, moved to East Park, in Hyde Park, N. Y., where they were 
living in 1 874, without children. 

II. Leonard Lewis Whitney, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 10 May 1827; 
a blacksmith; married at Olive, N. Y., 3 Dec. 1846, Mary Morgan, dau. of 
Elias and Rhoda (Molyneaux) Morgan. She died at Olive in 1848, 

without children. He married (2d) Elizabeth Elmendorf, widow of 

Oakley; and lived at 1 1 1 Pavonia Avenue, Jersey City, N. J., in 1873. 

III. Daniel Butler Whitney, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 7 Ap. 1831; a 
carpenter and builder; married at New York City, IO Feb. 1853, Mary 
Jane Traver, dau. of Henry and Leah (Kipp) Traver, of Esopus, where 
she was born 5 July 1833. They dwelt in New York City; at Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y., till i Sept. 1855; in Illinois, most of the time at Auburn, till 
Oct. 1859; and then returned to Poughkeepsie. They were living at 
Wappinger's Falls, N. Y., in Oct. 1874. 

IV. Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 14 May 1835; died at 
Esopus, 21 Feb. 1842, and was buried there, in the Coutant family- 
cemetery. 

V. James Robinson Whitney, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1837; a 13228 
farmer; married at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 15 Sept. 1858, Ruth Flagler, who 

was born at Poughkeepsie, 21 Jan. 1837, dau. of Zachariah Solomon and 
Patience (Wilkinson) Flagler. They lived at Aurora, 111., in 1859; at 
Beekman, N. Y., in 1860 and 1861; at Great Bend, Penn., in 1862 and 
1863 ; at Ackley, Iowa, in 1864 and 1865; and since that in Nebraska, in 
the towns of Nemaha, Benton, Humboldt, and Bratton, which last was 
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5323 ! VI. Oscar Whitney, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 20 Oct. 1840; died at 
Esopus, 1 8 Ap. 1843, an d was buried there, in the Coutant family- 
cemetery. 



VII. Egbert Whitney, b. near Rifton Glen, in Esopus, N. Y., 17 July 
1847; a carpenter and joiner; married at Newburgh, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1870, 
by Rev. H. H. Birkins, pastor of the Second Meth. Epis. Church in New- 
burgh, to Matllla Sammons Traver, dau. of Henry Edward and Frances 
Brewster (Dunn) Traver, of Eddyville, in Kingston, N. Y., where she was 
born 6 Sept. 1850. They settled in Bedford precinct, Nebraska; and 
afterward moved to Humboldt, Neb., where they were living in Aug. 1874. 

VIII. Adeline Whitney, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 3 May 1849; married 
at Freedom Plains, in LaGrange, N. Y., 15 Oct. 1873, Alison Dutcher, a 
farmer, who was born at Beekman, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1847, son of Abraham 
and Gertrude Ann (Van Voorhees) Dutcher. They were living at Beek- 
manville in Nov. 1 873. 



Chil. of William and Almlra Ann (Gates) Whitney. 

I. William Henry Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1839; died 
there, 19 June 1846, and was buried in Maple Ridge Cemetery, a mile west 
of Millville, in Shelby. 

II. James Nelson Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 9 Oct. 1842; a 
farmer; married there Emma Trow, a native of England; and was living 
at Alabama, N. Y., in 1874, without children. 



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died there, 1 1 Nov. 1844, and was buried in Maple Ridge Cemetery, a mile 
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IV. Harriet Ophelia Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., i Ap. 1847; 
married at Barre, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1865, Alanson Darius Crlnnell, a farmer, 
who was born at Barre, 22 Ap. 1847, son of Major and Delilah (Wheeler) 
Grinnell. They were living at Barre in 1 874, 



Chil. of Jeremiah and Catharine (Palmer) Whitney. 

I. Zadok Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 10 Aug. 1837; an iron- 
founder ; married Julia Wood, of Holley, N. Y. He settled at Breedsville, 
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Mich., where he was proprietor of a furnace ; and there he died, 20 Nov. 
1869, and was buried. She was living at Breedsville in 1873. 

II. Martha Ann Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1839; married 13242 
there, 23 Feb. 1858, Austin Westbrook Salisbury, a farmer, who was born 

at Clarendon, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1834, son of Abraham and (Austin) 

Salisbury. They were living at Clarendon in 1 874. 

III. Sarah Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1841; 13243 
married at Albion, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1862, by Rev. Loren Stiles, Free Metho- 
dist, to Samuel Augustus Stringham, a farmer, whose parents moved from 
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., in 1835, to Aurelius, N. Y., settling on a farm three 

miles south-west from Auburn, on the road to Union Springs. He was 
born at Pleasant Valley, 19 Oct. 1832, son of Samuel and Elizabeth 
(Ward) Stringham. They settled at Aurelius, where he managed his 
father's farm. She died there, from congestion of the brain, 19 Jan. 1865, 
and was buried in Fort Hill Cemetery, Auburn. He married a second 
wife in the Spring of 1866 ; and settled on a farm in Newton, Mich., where 
he was living in Aug. 1874. She died 30 Nov. 1872, leaving two small 
children. 

IV. Mary Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 8 Aug. 1843; married in the 13244 
house of her uncle, Jesse Whitney, at Fairport, N. Y., 13 March 1861, by 

Rev. William H. Lord, Episcopal, to Edmund Embury Lord, a farmer and 
fruit-grower, whose parents then lived at Fairport. He was born at Bar- 
rington, N. Y., 31 May 1839, son of William and Nancy (Corbett) Lord. 
They dwelt at Pittsford, N. Y., from Ap. 1861 till Oct. 1861; at Fairport 
till i Ap. 1867 ; and then moved to Newark, N. Y., where they were living 
in Nov. 1874. 



V. Daniel Edward Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1845 ; a 
farmer; was living at Independence, Iowa, unmarried, in 1874. 

Child of Jeremiah and Mary St Glair (Delano) Whitney. 

VI. William Delano Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 19 June 1856; 
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Chil. of Zadok and Ann Eliza (Curtis) Whitney. 

I. George Underbill Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1839; 
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S. Vol. Infantry; was appointed corporal in Sept. 1862, third-sergeant I 
Sept. 1863, and second-sergeant in Ap. 1864; and was killed, 5 May 1864, 
in the battle of The Wilderness. His body fell into the hands of the 
enemy, and his burial place is unknown. 

5337 II. Lyman John Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 14 Aug. 1841; a 
farmer; married there, 25 Dec. 1865, Celia Crlttenden, dau. of Osee and 
Laura (Newton) Crittenden. They settled in Westburgh, Iowa, and were 
living there in 1874. He enlisted in 1861, in the 4th Reg., Ohio Vol. 
Cavalry ; served for seven months ; and was discharged on account of the 
failure of his health. 



5338 III. Maria Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 10 May 1843; 
married at Churchville, in Riga, N. Y., 9 March 1862, by Rev. Mr. 
McNiel, Methodist Episcopal, to James V. Oewey, a farmer and arboricul- 
turist, who was born at Gates, N. Y., 28 Aug. 1837, son f Hon. Joseph 
and Maria (Ranney) Dewey. They dwelt at Penfield, N. Y., till the 
Autumn of 1862; then settled at Gates; moved, in the Spring of 1863, 
to Ogden, N. Y., and thence, in the Spring of 1865, to Iowa; and were 
living in Oran township, Iowa, in Sept. 1874. 

5339 ; IV. Martha Janet Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 10 Ap. 1846 ; married 

at Churchville, in Riga, N. Y., 6 March 1870, by Rev. N. Jones, Meth. 
Epis., to John Morris Duff, a physician, who was born at Hartland, N. Y., 
29 Aug. 1843, son of John and Laura (Sprague) Duff. He graduated at 
Buffalo Medical College, 22 Feb. 1870; settled at Gaines, Penn.; moved 
thence, i Aug. 1872, to Alabama Centre, N. Y.; and from there, 16 May 
1874, went to Royalton, N. Y., where they were living, without children, 
in Sept. 1874. He enlisted at Hulberton, N. Y., 1 1 Aug. 1862, in Co. K, 
1 29th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry. The regiment was changed to the 8th 
Heavy Artillery, in the Winter of 1862-1863, while stationed at Baltimore, 
Md. He was with his regiment, and doing duty the whole time, without 
sickness or wounds, till mustered out at Bailey's Cross Roads, Va., 21 June 
1865. He took part in the battles of Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, and 
Petersburg!!, 16-22 June 1864, and in nearly all the battles about Peters- 
burgh, till the close of the war. 

At the battle of Cold Harbor, their Colonel, Peter A. Porter, was killed 
while leading his regiment against the enemy's works; and his body 
remained where he fell, until recovered by a party of five men who volun- 
teered for that purpose, to wit : " Lieut, (then Sergeant) Leroy Williams, 
of Batavia, N. Y.; and privates Glen S. Hicks, of Lima, N. Y.; John Morris 
Duff, of Albion, N. Y.; Samuel Traviss, of Lockport, N. Y.; and Walter 
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New York City, a medal of solid gold, about two inches in diameter. The 
one presented to Mr. Duff bore the following inscription : 

"A Tribute 

of 'THE CENTURY' to 

PRIVATE JOHN DUFF, 

For a rare act of heroic devotion 

in rescuing the body of 
COLONEL PETER A. PORTER, 

8th New York Cavalry, 

From under the guns of the enemy, 

Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864." 

The reverse represents soldiers in the act of bearing the body of a fallen 
comrade from the field of battle. 

Each medal was accompanied by the following letter : 

"Century Rooms, June 3, 1865. 
"To Private JOHN MORRIS DUFF, Eighth Regiment New York Artillery: 

" ' The Century,' an association of the literary men and artists of New 
York, admiring whatever is noble in character or action, has caused this 
medal to be prepared and presented to you. 

" Colonel Peter A. Porter, your late commander, our associate, was 
respected by us for his manly qualities, loved for his kindness and 
accomplishments, and lamented for his untimely but glorious death. 

"Your bravery and devotion in bringing his body from under the 
enemy's guns to an honorable grave, have won our admiration and 
gratitude. 

" We present this medal as a testimonial to you and your posterity, of 
the honor in which courage in the discharge of duty is held by all men. 

" GEORGE BANCROFT, President. 

"AUGUSTUS R. MACDONOUGH, Secretary." 

General Hancock, who was selected to present the medals, said : 
" It is a source of infinite gratification to me that I have been selected 
by ' The Century' to present you each with a golden medal, commemora- 
tive of the heroism displayed by you in rescuing from the sanguinary 
battle-field of Cold Harbor the body of your gallant and distinguished 
commander, Col. P. A. Porter, of the 8th New York Heavy Artillery, who 
had been killed while intrepidly leading his regiment to the charge against 
the enemy's works. This noble action was voluntarily performed by you 
under the close and deadly fire of the enemy, at the utmost peril of your 
lives. 

" I then had the honor to command the 2d Army Corps, to which your 
gallant regiment was attached ; and I know full well the dangers attending 
the valorous deed, in the performance of which you exhibited the noblest 
qualities of the soldier. The records of battles scarcely present an instance 
in which assaulting columns approached so close to the enemy as did ours : 
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the brave assailants held so tenaciously and defiantly the ground they had 
gained ; nor one in which it was more hazardous to perform the chivalrous 
act, in commemoration of which these chaste and beautiful medals have 
been struck. They are appropriate rewards for your fearless valor and 
devotion, and are worthy of 'The Century' and the occasion which called 
them forth. They should be preserved and transmitted by each of you, as 
a high and priceless honor. 

" For your devotion to your Colonel, and for your heroic services in 
rescuing his body from under the guns of the enemy, accept the thanks of 
his relatives and friends ; and accept these medals from the ' Century 
Club' as testimonials of their high appreciation of Colonel Porter's charac- 
ter, and of your bold achievement in the hazardous enterprise. Keep 
them while you live, and transmit them to your children, to be preserved 
as a memorial of those services." 

V. Jane Keyes Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 27 July 1849; and was 

living with her parents, at Sweden, N. Y., in 1874. 

VI. Laura Ann Whitney, b. at Barre, N. Y., 4 May 1851; and was 
living with her parents, at Sweden, N. Y., in 1874. 

VII. Frederick Van Bergen Whitney, b. at Sweden, N. Y., 5 Feb. 
1856; and was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 

VIII. Newman Curtis Whitney, b. at Sweden, N. Y., 24 June 
1858 ; and was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 



Chil. of William and Hannah (Whitney) Miller. 

I. John Miller, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y.; and died when 
about three years old. . 

II. Zadok Miller, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., 8 Nov. 1813; a 
painter; married in her father's house at New Paltz, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1837, 
by Rev. Valentine Buck, Meth. Epis., to Bethany Stone, who was born at 
New Paltz, now Lloyd, 16 Dec. 1816, dau. of James and Elizabeth (Rose) 
Stone. They settled at Lloyd ; and from there moved to New York 
where she died 14 Feb. 1865 or 1866, and was buried in Greenwood 
Cemetery. He was living at Lloyd, near Highland post-office, in 1873. 

III. Anna Maria Miller, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., 3 Nov. 
1816; died at Plattekill, 7 Feb. 1839, unmarried, and was buried 
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IV. Huyler Miller, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1819; a 13263 
painter ; married in the parsonage at Tuthilltown, Gardiner, N. Y., 3 1 
March 1842, by William Brush, first pastor of the First Church at 
Gardiner, to Hannah Lewis, whose parents then lived at Modena. She 

was born at Plattekill, 25 Dec. 1822, dau. of Graham and Margaret (Barn- 
hart) Lewis. He was living at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in 1874, his place of 
business being at 85 Main Street. 

V. Susan Miller, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., 27 March 1822; 
died at Gardnertown, in Newburgh, N. Y., 12 Dec. 1826, and was buried 
there. 

Chil. of Stephen and Hannah (Whitney) Waring. 

VI. Lydia Jane Waring, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., i Aug. 
1828; married Warren Williams; and lived at Plattekill in 1873. 

VII. Alvah Waring, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., 18 July 1830; 
a manufacturer of wheelbarrows; married in 1854, at Milton, in Marl- 
borough, N. Y., by Rev. James H. Hawxhurst, Methodist, to Mary 
Elizabeth Purdy, who was born at Milton, 14 June 1836, dau. of Isaac 
Bloomer and Catharine (Presley) Purdy. They lived at Milton till i Ap. 
1864; and then moved to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where they were living in 
1874, at 1 1 South Clover Street. 

VIII. John Wesley Waring, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., 3 
May 1 833; died at New Paltz, N. Y., 29 March 1860, unmarried; and 
was buried in the Seymour burial-ground, two miles east of Modena. 

IX. Charles Waring, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., 14 July 1835; 
a painter; was living at Poughkeepsie, N. Y, unmarried, in 1873. He 
served for three years in Co. E, 156* Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; and 
had a finger shot off, in action. 

X. Mary Martha Waring, b. at Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., 18 13270 
March 1838 ; married Ceorge Moon, a farmer, from Hillsdale, N. Y. They 

were living at Ridgeway, Mich., in 1873. 



Chil. of Ceorge Huyler and Anna (Vance) Whitney. 

I. James Harvey Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 20 June 1820; a 
physician; graduated at Woodstock, Vt, in 1843; began practice at Wol- 
cott, i Ap. 1843, and died there 16 Jan. 1844, unmarried. 



Whitney Family. 



ISAAC LAZELL, d about 1766, aged 75. = MARY HI'DSON, dau. of Daniel Hudson ; m. 1719. 



THOMAS PHILLIPS, prob. son of Benjamin, =- 



g. s. of John, and g. g. s. of John, of Sherman,_dau. of Marl* Eames, 

Maishfield, Mass. 



EAVES, widow of John ISAAC LAZELL, ^: BTHIA ALC.EH, d. 



of Marshfield, Mass. 



died aged 
over 80. 



of Joseph Alger . 
m. 1748. 



JOHN PHILLIPS, b. at Bridge- = JEN.NETT YOUNG, b. 1765, JOSEPH LAZELL, b. 1767 ; = ABIGAIL AMKS, dau. of Cape 

.. \t . J ^_ J _r t ,1 17 . _O_ . A ... I (...lu InKn A RMC it at I h lrl*_ 



water, Mass., 1756: d. in 
Boston Harbor, 1781. 



dau. of John Young; m. 
1784: d. i8< 



m. 1787: d. at Charles- 
ton, S. C, 1799- 



John Ames ; d. at Charles- 
ton, S. C. I79. 



GEORGE YOCNG PHILLIPS, l>. at Bridgewater, 1788; m. = BETHIA LAZKLI, widow of Asa Mitchell: b. at Bridgewater, 
ig Dec. 1812: moved to Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 5 May 1787; d. at Ellenville, N. Y., 3 Aug. 1873. 



927 



II. Orrell Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt., 10 March 1824; a farmer; 13271 
married at Hardwick, Vt., 8 Feb. 1846, Mary Philura Merrill, whose parents 

then lived at Hardwick. She was born at Cabot, Vt, 14 Dec. 1824, dau. 
of Moses and Lucy (Osgood) Merrill. He enlisted in Aug. 1862, in the 
3d Reg., Vt. Volunteers; and died at Alexandria, Va., 26 May 1864, of 
small-pox; and was buried at Alexandria. His home was at Wolcott, Vt 
His widow was yet living at Cabot in 1873, with her two sons. 

III. Mary Ann Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 1 6 July 1831 ; married 
at Cambridge, Vt. 17 March 1863, by Rev. Edwin Wheelock, Congrega- 
tional, to Baxter Burnell, a tinsmith, whose father then lived at Wolcott 
He was born at Highgate, Vt, 15 March 1841, son of Chester Austin and 
Amanda (Skeels) Burnell. They were living, without children, on the 
homestead at Wolcott, with her father, in 1873; and at West Randolph, 
Vt, in Jan. 1875. 



Chi I. of Thomas Clark and Eliza (Whitney) Jones. 1622 

I. Anna Maria Jones, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1819; married 13273 
at 149 Charles Street, New York, i Jan. 1843, Asa Mitchell Phillips, a 
tinsmith, who was born at Bridgewater, Mass., 12 Aug. 1815, son of 
George Young and Bethiah (Lazell) Phillips. 1 They dwelt at Newark, 

N. J., for five years ; afterward at Dover, Lake Hopatcong, and Berkshire 
Valley, in New Jersey ; and at the last-mentioned place she died, 8 Ap. 
1873. She was buried in Dover Cemetery. He was living at Dover in 
Jan. 1875. 

II. George Washington Jones, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 18 June 1821; 
enlisted in the U. S. Navy, 4 Jan. 1847; was sent . 5 March 1847, to Vera 

'ANCESTRY OF ASA MlTCHEU. PHILLIPS. 
JOHN LAZEI.L, of Hingham, 1647. = ELIZABETH GATES, dau. of Stephen Gates: ni. 1649. 



928 



Eighth Generation. 



5359 



5360 



5361 



5362 



5363 



5364 



5365 



Cruz, Mexico ; was present at the surrender of that city, and the engage- 
ment at Tuspan ; and died on board the brig Vesuvius, of which he was 
quarter-gunner, at Laguna, Mexico, 21 Aug. 1847. 

III. Elisha Clark Jones, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 21 May 1823; a hotel- 
keeper; married in Oct. 1847, at New York City, Harriet Rose Houghta- 
ling, dau. of Peter and Margaret Houghtaling, of Esopus, where she was 
born in 1822. She died at New York 9 Jan. 1860. He married (2d), 3 
July 1862, at Jersey City, N. J., Anna Theodosia Ibbs, who was born there 
in 1843, dau. of George and Elizabeth (Oldfield) Ibbs. He lived mostly 
at New York from 1825 to 1860; afterward at Dover, N. J. ; and finally at 
Boonton, N. J., where he was proprietor of the United States Hotel. He 
died at Boonton, 7 June 1874, and was buried from the Presbyterian 
Church at Dover, in the family-vault in Locust Hill Cemetery. 

IV. Isaac Nelson Jones, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 4 June 1825; died at 
Esopus, 15 June 1825, and was buried there, "in Terpeney's burying- 
ground." 

V. Whitney Thomas Jones, b. at Esopus, N. Y., 19 Sept. 1827; 
died at New York City, 20 Jan. 1831, and was buried in a vault at the 
Sullivan Street Methodist Church. 

VI. William Henry Jones, b. at Hyde Park, N. Y., 13 Jan. 1830; a 
hotel-keeper; married at Newark, N. J., 29 Oct. 1860, Caroline Dowlen 
Easton, dau. of Joseph and Catharine (Norris) Easton, of Rockaway, N. Y. 
She was born at Montgomery, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1838. He lived at New 
York City till 1848; at Newark, N. J., till 1849; an d then settled at 
Dover, N. J., where he was living in July 1875. He has been an alder- 
man, four years. 

VII. Mary Helen Jones, b. at Ellenville, N. Y., i March 1832; 
married in the house of her brother-in-law, Asa Mitchell Phillips, at 
Dover, N. J., 23 Dec. 1850, by Rev. Charles W. Rankin, rector of St. 
Peter's Church at Morristown, N. J., to Aaron Jackson Edwards, a jeweller, 
son of Reuben Budd and Maria (Mockridge) Edwards, of Newark, N. J., 
where he was born 4 March 1829. They settled at Newark, and were 
living there in Feb. 1875. 

VIII. David James Jones, b. at New York City, 16 Sept. 1834; 
and lived at Dover, N. J., in 1874. 

IX. Sarah Elizabeth Jones, b. at New York City, 4 July 1839; 
died there, 20 July 1839, and was buried in a vault at the Sullivan Street 
Methodist Church. 



Whitney Family. 



929 



5366 



5367 



5369 



5370 



5371 



5372 



X. Charles Whitney Jones, b. at 149 Charles Street, New York, 
10 July 1841 ; and was living at 1 16 North Eighth Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
in 1874. 



Chll. of Elisha Miller and Helen Sophia (Forman) Whitney. 



5368 I II. James Whitney, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 17 Dec. 1834; died 
there, 17 Dec. 1839, and was buried in the Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery. 



117 



1623 



I. Forman Whitney, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 18 Nov. 1832; a 13293 
lawyer; married at Bloomfield, N. J., 6 June 1872, Alice Hicks, dau. of 
William Hicks. His residence, in 1873, was Bloomfield, N. J., and his 
place of business, 1 50 Nassau Street, New York. 



III. Henry Sheldon Whitney, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 24 Nov. 13294 
1836; a carriage-maker; married there, 8 Ap. 1863, Susan Disbrow, who 

was born at Poughkeepsie, dau. of James Disbrow. They were living, in 
1873, at 135 Third Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

IV. Mary Elizabeth Leavenworth Whitney, b. at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., 20 Feb. 1839; married there, 18 Jan. 1866, in her father's house, 
by Rev. James L. Corning, Congregational, to Edward R. Sherman, an 
operator in oil, of Pit Hole City, Penn. She died of consumption, at 
Poughkeepsie, 29 July 1866, and was buried in Poughkeepsie Rural Cem- 
etery. He was living at Titusville, Penn., in 1874. 

V. Margaret Ann Whitney, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1841; 13295 
married there, in the Congregational Church, 22 Ap. 1868, Ross Leslie, a 
grocer, who was born at Syracuse, N. Y., 3 O ct - l8 4'- His parents, John 

and Margaret (Cunningham) Leslie, were from the north of Ireland. They 
settled at Syracuse, and were living there, at 32 East Onondaga Street, in 
Aug. 1874; he being then a member of the firm of John & David Leslie, 
of that city. 



Chil. of Parley and Polly (Whitney) Hutchlns. 1625 

I. Charles Hutchins, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 28 Ap. 1816; a house- 13296 
joiner; married in Davenport's Hotel, at Wolcott, 28 Dec. 1836, b 
landlord, Joel Davenport, justice of the peace, to Quietta Rosena Cotton, 
who was born at Hartland, Vt, 28 Jan. 1813, dau. of Ebenezer and 



930 



Eighth Generation. 



5373 



5374 



5375 



5376 



5377 



(Grow) Cotton. They settled at Wolcott; where she died, 22 July 1874, 
and was buried in a cemetery on the farm of Thaddeus Hubbell. 

II. Sidney Bugbee Hutchins, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 20 June 1818; 13298 
married Louisa Potter; and died about 1865. She lived at Ticonderoga, 
N.Y., in 1873. 

III. Lewis Smith Hutchins, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 6 Aug. 1823; 
married at South Hardwick, Vt, 2 July 1845, Marcia Maria Aiken, dau. 
of Justus Warner and Lorinda (Page) Aiken, of Hardwick, where she was 
born ii Feb. 1826. They settled at Wolcott, and were living there in 
1873. 

IV. John Corbin Hutchins, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 25 June 1825; a 
dealer in watches and jewelry ; married at Billerica, Mass., 1 1 Jan. 1849, ' n 
her father's house, by Rev. Dr. Blanchard, Presbyterian, to Susan Elizabeth 
Richardson, who was born at the corner of Hanover and Charter Streets, 
Boston, Mass., 25 Jan. 1828, only child of Joel and Susan Limbrie (Baker) 
Richardson. 1 He was appointed a justice of the peace, for the county of 
Middlesex, Mass., 16 Ap. 1852, for the term of seven years, by Gov. 
George S. Boutwell ; but soon relinquished the office, and on the i July 
1852 settled in Philadelphia, Penn., where he lived for nearly seven years. 
In Jan. 1859, he moved to New York City, and remained there till July 
1861, when he returned to Philadelphia. He was still living there in 1873, 
at 614 North Tenth Street. 

V. Marian Elvina Hutchins, b. at Wolcott, Vt, i March 1835; 
married there, 5 Oct. 1869, Harvey Bennett Bundy, a farmer, who was 
born at Hardwick, Vt, 5 Oct. 1829, son of Lemuel and Sabrina (Bennett) 
Bundy. They settled at Wolcott, and were living there in 1873, without 
children. 



Chil. of Levi Taylor and Elizabeth Lyman (Clark) Whitney. 2 

I. Lewis Dwight Whitney, b. at Northampton, Mass., 17 Jan. 1827; 
a lumber-manufacturer; married at Montpelier, Vt., 5 Dec. 1847, by Rev. 



1 Capt. Joel Richardson was born at Billerica, 
Mass. ; and died there, 3 May 1849, aged 72 
years. His wife, Susan Limbrie Baker, was 
born at Boston, Mass. After the death of her 
husband, she lived with her daughter ; and died 
at her house, in Philadelphia, 7 Dec. 1871, aged 
75 years. 

2 Elizabeth Lyman Clark was dau. of Benjamin 
and Sibyl ( Bartlett) Clark, of Northampton, Mass. , 



where she was born n Sept. 1804. She was 
married (ad), 19 Nov. 1856, at Warren, Vt., by 
Denslow Upham, to Ammi Nichols, who was 
born at Braintree, Vt., 27 Ap. 1800. He died at 
Braintree, 26 Jan. 1863, and was buried there. 
She was living at West Randolph, Vt., in Oct. 
1874, with her dau., Mrs. Nichols. These facts 
have been received since No. 1627 was printed. 



538i 



5382 



5383 



Whitney Family. 



Eli Million, Universalist, to Luranda Rosina Billings, dau. of Rufus and 
Hannah (Gordon) Billings, of Warren, Vt, formerly of Windsor, Vt, where 
she was born 26 March 1825. They dwelt at Montpelier till 13 Oct. 1848; 
at Warren till 10 March 1856; at Barton, Vt, till i Jan. 1851 ; at Warren 
again, till 23 Oct. 1873 ; and then settled at Lincoln, Vt, where they were 
living in Oct. 1874. 

II. Mary Ann Clark Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 6 May 1829; 
married at Montpelier, Vt., 28 Jan. 1 849, Joslah W. Conant ; married (2d), 
20 Ap. 1851, at Warren, Vt., Sumner Billings, a marble-carver, son of 
Rufus and Hannah (Gordon) Billings, of Warren. He was born at Wind- 
sor, Vt, 1 6 May 1812. They dwelt at Montpelier for six years; at 
Warren, eight years ; at Northfield, Vt, three years; and settled, in 1868, 
at Waitsfield, Vt., where he died 2 June 1874. She was living there in 
Nov. 1874. 

5379 III. Lucia Ann Bartlett Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 30 July 1830; 
I married at Montpelier, Vt., 28 May 1849, Frederick Mather Perry, a dentist, 

i son of William and Christian (Marsh) Perry, of Hartland, Vt, formerly of 
Quechee, in Hartford, Vt, where he was born 28 Dec. 1815. They dwelt 
at Irasburgh, Vt., four years ; and then settled at Barton, Vt, where they 
were living in Nov. 1 874, without children. 

5380 IV. Edmond Morris Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 15 June 1832; 
died at Wolcott, 27 June 1833, and was buried there. 



V. Edmond Morris Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 13 Sept. 1834; a 
farmer; married at Warren, Vt, 19 Nov. 1854, Catharine Ellis Royce, dau. 
of Eastman and Lucy (Ellis) Royce, of Warren, where she was born 1 3 
July 1835. They dwelt at Fayston, Vt, till 1868; and then settled at 
Westfield, Vt., where they were living in Nov. 1874. 

VI. Abby Whitlock Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 20 Feb. 1836; 
married at Montpelier, Vt, 24 Dec. 1852, Lewis Lothrop Tanner. They 
were living at Monpelier in May 1 874. 

VII. Eliza Eveline Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 23 Jan. 1841; 
married at Northampton, Mass., 25 Oct. 1864, by Rev. George Hewes, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Truman Abel Nichols, a carpenter and farmer, 
born at Braintree, Vt, 26 June 1840, son of Ammi and Abby (Martin) 
Nichols. They dwelt successively at Waitsfield, Randolph, and Warren, 
Vt; and settled, in March 1874, at West Randolph, Vt, where they were 
living in Oct. 1874. He enlisted, 14 Aug. 1861, in Co. H., 6th Reg., Vt 
Vol. Infantry; and was discharged 14 Oct. 1864. 



931 



13322 



13327 



13330 



13333 



932 



EigJith Generation. 



5384 



5385 



5386 



5387 



5388 



5389 



5390 



VIII. Milliard Filmore Whitney, b. at Montpelier, Vt, 22 Feb. 
1844; died at Montpelier, 19 Aug. 1844, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Philander and Laura Martin (Whitney) Alexander. 

I. William Martin Alexander, b. at Morristown, Vt, 11 Ap. 1829; 
a carpenter and joiner ; married at Sterling, now Morristown, Vt., 9 June 
1850, Louisa Lucy Dike, whose father then lived at Sterling, now Morris- 
town. She was born at Sterling, now Johnson, Vt, i Feb. 1832, dau. of 
Zoroaster Robert and Amanda Priscilla (Eaton) Dike. They settled at 
Morristown, and were living there in 1873. 

II. Freeman Royal Alexander, b. at Wolcott, Vt, i Feb. 1830; 
married at Morristown, Vt., 6 Nov. 1853, Elvira Baker, dau. of Arad and 
Mary Kimball (Bishop) Baker, of Morristown, where she was born 3 Ap. 
1836. They settled at Morristown; where he died 10 March 1871, and 
was buried at Cady's Falls, in the same town. He was a member of Co. 
E, 1 3th Vt. Volunteers; took part in the battle of Gettysburgh ; returned 
unhurt, but with ruined health, and never recovered. She was living at 
Morristown in 1873. 

III. Lucius Philander Alexander, b. at Morristown, Vt, 10 Nov. 
1831; a mechanic; enlisted at Middletown, Conn., 10 Sept. 1862, as a 
corporal, in Co. G, 24th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry ; and died at New 
Orleans Barracks Hospital, from typhoid fever, 30 June 1863, unmarried. 
He was buried about five miles from New Orleans. 

IV. Charles Monroe Alexander, b. at Morristown, Vt, 10 June 
1833 ; a farmer; married at Waterbury Centre, Vt, 10 June 1865, by Rev. 
George Whitney, Methodist, to Mary Allen Bennett, dau. of Joseph How- 
land and Lucy Smith (Simmons) Bennett, of Stowe, Vt, where she was born 
20 July 1832. He dwelt at Stowe for eight years, from 1854 to 1862 ; at 

: Wolcott, Vt, for two years, from 1862 to 1864; at Morristown, nine 
years; and then moved to Johnson, Vt, where he was living in 1873. 

V. Byron Whitney Alexander, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 3 Sept. 1835; 
married Margaret C. Creig, of Johnson, Vt ; died at Morristown, Vt, 4 
July 1858, and was buried at Cady's Falls, in that town. 

VI. Laura Maria Alexander, b. at Morristown, Vt, 22 Aug. 1840; 
married there, 29 Ap. 1863, George Tinker, a farmer, son of James and 
Jane (Hunkins) Tinker, of Fletcher, Vt, where he was born 22 June 1840. 
They dwelt at Morristown till the beginning of 1 864 ; and then settled at 
Fletcher, where they were living in 1874. 



Whitney Family. 



Child of Jesse Bedient and Hannah (Estabrook) Whitney. 

5391 I. Norman Gustavus Whitney, b. about 1836; a clergyman; was 
living in Wisconsin in 1874, place unknown. 



Chil. of James and Abigail Taylor (Whitney) Jockow. 

5392 I. Cornelius Jockow, died in the Union army, during the war of 
1 86 1. His home was at Waterbury, Vt. 

Little, a carpenter. They were 



5393 II. Cornelia Jockow, married 
living at Lowell, Mass., in 1874. 



5399 



VI. Josiah Benjamin Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 25 Oct 1845; a 
teacher; died in his father's house, at Craftsbury, Vt, from typhus fever, 
8 Dec. 1863. 



Chil. of Henry Eaton and Maria (Stratton) Whitney. 

5400 I. Asa Stratton Whitney, b. at Craftsbury, Vt, 13 Feb. 1836; un- 
married; died there, in his father's house, 17 March 1860, and was buried 
at Craftsbury. 



933 



1629 



1631 



Chil. of Gamaliel Taylor and Fanny (Preston) Whitney. 1632 

5394 I. Myron Henry Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 20 Feb. 1831; died 
there, 17 Aug. 1837. 

5395 II. Eliza Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 28 July 1834; died at Crafts- 
bury, Vt, 21 Feb. 1858, unmarried. 

5396 III. Daniel Dustin Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 21 Feb. 1836; was 
a member of Co. F, nth Reg., Vt. Vol. Heavy Artillery; and died at 
Washington, D. C., 21 March 1863, unmarried. 

5397 IV. Isaac Pennock Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt., 10 June 1840; a 13347 
tinner; married, 4 Sept. 1867, Sarah A. Ellis, of Indiana. They were 

living at North Craftsbury, Vt., in 1874. 

5398 i V. Sarah Augusta Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 3 Sept. 1843 ; died 

at Craftsbury, Vt., 22 Feb. 1868. 



1633 



934 



5402 



5403 



5404 



5405 
5406 



Eighth Generation. 



II. William Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 5 Jan. 1838; enlisted, July 
1862, in Co. E, 3d Reg., Vt. Vol.; was wounded in the battle of The 
Wilderness; and died of small-pox, 22 Jan. 1865, in the hospital at Mont- 
pelier, Vt, and was buried at Montpelier. 

Roll of Honor, No. 16, p. 166, shows that W. H. Whitney, a private in 
Co. D, ist Vermont Cavalry, died 27 Jan. 1865, and was buried in the 
Soldiers' Cemetery at Montpelier, Vt. Perhaps this refers to the same 
person. 

III. Martha Maria Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 5 Feb. 1840; mar- 13349 
ried Charles Nelson. They were living at 1 8 Adams Street, Lowell, Mass., 

in 1873. 

IV. Hannah Taylor Whitney, b. in Vermortt, 5 June 1843 ; married 
Jeremiah Marston Merrill; and settled at Craftsbury, Vt, where she died 
10 Ap. 1868, and was buried. After her death, he moved to Illinois. 
They had no children. 

V. Mary Elsie Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 3 Ap. 1845; married, 
16 Ap. 1868, Albert Eliezer Cowles, who was born at Craftsbury, Vt., 14 
May 1843. 



Chil. of Jesse and Tema (Whitney) Foster. 

I. Enoch Foster, married; and died at Lowell, Mass., about 1863. 

II. Sarah Foster, was living at Lowell, Mass., in 1874, unmarried. 



Chil. of Alvah Spaulding and Idris (Richardson) Whitney. 

5407 I. Sarah M. Whitney, b. at Lowell, Mass.; died at Wolcott, Vt., 
when young. 

5408 II. Sylvia Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt; was living at Lowell, Mass., 
in 1874, unmarried. 

5409 III. Ida Whitney, b. at Lowell, Mass.; was living there in 1874, un- 
married. 



IV. Julia Whitney, b. at Craftsbury, Vt; was living at Lowell, Mass., 
in 1874, unmarried. 





Whitney Family. 


935 



5411 
5412 
5413 



5414 



5415 



5416 



5417 



V. Helen Whitney, b. at Craftsbury, Vt; was living at Lowell, Mass., 
in 1874, unmarried. 

VI. Nellie Whitney, b. at Hyde Park, Vt; was living at Lowell, 
Mass., in 1874, unmarried. 

VII. Flora Whitney, b. at Walcott, Vt; was living at Lowell, Mass., 
in 1874, unmarried. 

We have been unable to overcome the reserve of this household. 



Chil. of William and Maria (Whitney) Delano. 

I. Mary St. Clair Delano, b. at Eagle Harbor, in Gaines, N. Y., 6 June 
1830 ; married there, 30 Oct. 1853, her mother's cousin, Jeremiah Whitney, 
son of Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Underfill!) Whitney. See his record. 

II. Maria Louisa Delano, b. at Eagle Harbor, in Gaines, N. Y., 7 
Feb. 1832; died at Eagle Harbor, 23 Oct. 1834, and was buried near her 
mother, in the Long Bridge Cemetery, west of Eagle Harbor. 

III. William Jonathan Delano, b. at Eagle Harbor, in Gaines, 
N. Y., 7 May 1834; a cooper; married there, 5 Sept. 1855, by Rev. L. H. 
Chase, Christian, to Esther Jane Chase, dau. of Artemas and Julina 
(Dinsmore) Chase, of Eagle Harbor, formerly of Barre, N. Y., where she 
was born 11 Nov. 1833. They dwelt on the peninsula, opposite San- 
dusky, Ohio, till the Spring of 1856; at Sandusky; at Indianapolis, Ind., 
till Oct. 1856; at Eagle Harbor till Ap. 1858; at Clayton, Ind., till the 
Spring of 1 86 1 ; at Eagle Harbor till May 1862; when he went to Cali- 
fornia, and she to her father's house, remaining till 1 864, during which 
year they lived in Lansing, Mich., Attica, Ind., and Terre Haute, Ind., 
reaching the latter place 31 Dec., and remaining till March 1865. They 
dwelt at Ellsworth, Ind., till July 1866; at Raisin, Mich., and Lyons, Mich., 
till 28 Sept. 1868, when he started for Indiana, to select a new home, and 
she returned to her father's house at Raisin, Mich., since which she has 
never seen him. Believing him dead, she married (2d), 28 Oct. 1871, 
David H. Chase, a farmer, who was born at Providence, N. Y., 4 June 
1 8 1 8. They were living two and a half miles east of the city of Adrian, 
Mich., in Sept. 1877. 



Chil. of Lucius and Electa (Whitney) Cobb. 

I. Isaac Franklin Cobb, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 13 May 1830; a car- 
penter and joiner; married at Royalton, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1852, by Seymour 



1640 

5335 
1617 



13354 



1641 
13356 



936 



S4I9 



5420 



5421 



5422 



5423 



Eighth Generation. 



Cunningham, to Eliza Amanda Utley, whose father then lived at Lock-port, 
N. Y. She was born at Clarence, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1834, dau. of Palmer and 
Lysba (Hulbert) Utley. They settled at Newstead, N. Y., in May 1853; 
moved to Bowmansville, in Lancaster, N. Y., i Oct. 1856; to Clarence 
Centre, Nov. 1857; to Newstead again, Ap. 1858 ; to Richville, N.Y., May 
1871; and in May 1873, to Sardinia, N. Y., where they were living in 
1874- 

II. Hezekiah Whitney Cobb, b. at Barre, N. Y., 19 Jan. 1832; a 13359 
physician; studied at the St. Louis Medical College, in St. Louis, Mo., 
1858-9; married at Shelby Centre, N. Y., 28 July 1859, by Rev. Jefferson 

D. Childs, Christian, to Sarah Evaline Fishell, whose parents then lived at 
Pembroke, N. Y. She was born at Rush, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1833, dau. of 
Joseph and Amelia (Leiter) Fishell. They settled at Pleasant Gap, Mo.; 
and in 1869, removed to Indian Falls, on the Tonawanda Indian Reserva- 
tion, in Pembroke, N. Y., where they were living in Jan. 1875. He was 
licensed to practise medicine, 4 Dec. 1 874, by the Genesee County Medical 
Society. 

III. Maria Louisa Cobb, b. at Barre, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1834; married in 13360 
the Methodist Church at Akron, N. Y., 25 Ap. 1858, by Rev. R. D. Miller, 

to Absalom Biiiington, a physician and Methodist preacher, of Clarence 
Hollow, N. Y. He was born in Herkimer Co., N. Y., 26 Ap. 1829, son of 
William and Catharine (Viele) Biiiington ; moved to Clarence Hollow, 
when eight years old ; studied medicine with Dr. O. R. Parker, of Clarence, 
and graduated at the Buffalo Medical College. They settled at Middleville, 
Mich., where he was living in 1 874, engaged in the practice of medicine. 

IV. Mary Electa Cobb, b. at Newstead, N. Y., 21 Aug. 1836; died 
at Newstead, 29 Aug. 1836, and was buried there. 

V. Jane Electa Cobb, b. at Newstead, N. Y., 19 Dec. 1837 ; married 13362 
there, in her father's house, 7 June 1857, by Lorenzo Covey, to Charles 
Rogo, a farmer, who was born in Prussia, Europe. They were living at 
Flushing, Mich., in 1874. 

VI. Margaret Ann Cobb, b. at Newstead, N. Y., 28 June 1839; 13364 
married at Pembroke, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1857, Charles Billyard, a farmer, who 

was born at Newstead. She obtained a divorcement from him in 1871; 
and was living at Flushing, Mich., in 1874. 



VII. Gertrude Frances Amelia Cobb, b. at Newstead, N. Y., 16 
May 1845 ; died at Barre, N. Y., unmarried, 1 1 Jan. 1866; and was buried 
in the cemetery at Akron, N. Y. 



5425 



5426 



5427 



5428 



5429 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Lev) St. Clair and Clarissa (Jones) Whitney. 

5424 I. Whitney, a son, lived only a few hours, and the date of his 

birth was not recorded. 



II. 



Whitney, a son, lived only a few hours, and the date of his 



IV. Charles Jones Whitney, b. at Utica, N. Y., 6 Sept. 1842; a 
grain-broker ; married at her father's house, 1 3 Beekman Place, New York 
City, 10 Oct. 1872, by Rev. C. W. Morrill, D. D., rector of St. Alban's 
Prot. Epis. Church, to Cordelia Fannie Levieu, who was born at Westfield, 
N. Y., 14 Jan. 1853, dau. of Douglas Alexander and Cordelia Clephane 
Clark (Wilson) Levieu. He was living at New York in 1874, his place of 
business being at 39 Pearl Street. 

V. Hetty Maria Whitney, b. at Eagle Harbor, in Gaines, N. Y., 21 
Jan. 1845; married there, 5 May 1870, George Edwlnton Hall. They were 
living at 174 Second Avenue, New York City, in 1874; and he was then 
a clerk in the office of the Collector of Customs. 



Chil. of Asa and Jane (Eaton) Dike. 

I. Edna Mudget Dike, b. at Sterling, Vt, 12 Oct. 1818; married at 
Covington, Penn., I Jan. 1836, Wyatt Sumner, a farmer, son of Adam and 
Mary (Randall) Sumner, of Charleston, Penn. He was born at Morris- 
town, Vt, 19 Feb. 1809. They dwelt at Covington till 1853; and then 
moved to Richmond, Penn., where she died, 23 May 1856, and was 
buried. He died at Delmar, Penn., in March 1873. 



937 



1643 



birth was not recorded. 

III. Joseph St. Clair Whitney, b. at Orange, N. }., 31 Jan. 1838; 13368 
an accountant ; married at Middle Settlement, near New Hartford, N. Y., 
Susan Russell, who died at Allentown, Penn., in Oct 1871. He was 
living at New York City in 1874, his place of business being at 169 Reade 
Street. 



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13376 



5430 
5431 


II. Desire Maples Dike, b. at Sterling, Vt, 2 Dec. 1819; died at 
Covington, Penn., 13 Ap. 1836, and was buried there. 

III. Philena Maria Dike, b. at Sterling, Vt, 4 June 1821; married 
at Covington, Penn., 22 July 1835, Hiram Welch, a farmer, son of Samuel 
and Hannah (Doyne) Welch, of Sullivan, Penn. He was born at Law- 
renceville, Penn., 16 Oct. 1815. They settled at Covington; and, 25 Dec. 

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5433 



5434 



5435 



1839, moved to Sullivan, and were living there in Ap. 1875. She was a 
member of the Christian Church. 

IV. Henry Eaton Dike, b. at Sterling, Vt, 3 July 1823; a millwright; 
married at Covington, Penn., I Nov. 1848, by Benjamin Kress, to Martha 
Ann Cleveland, dau. of Enos and Patty (Dike) Cleveland, of Spafford, 
N. Y. She was born at Sterling, 22 June 1828. They dwelt at Covington 
till 15 Sept. 1852; at Mifflin, Penn., till 20 Sept. 1859; at Stewardson, 
Penn., till 26 Oct. 1860; at Coudersport, Penn., till 25 Jan. 1862; and 
then moved to Richmond, Penn., where he was living in Sept. 1875. She 
died at Richmond, 25 Jan. 1873, and was buried there, in the Goodale 
Cemetery. 

V. Irena Dike, twin, b. at Sterling, Vt, i Ap. 1826; married at Rich- 
mond, Penn., 10 June 1849, by Rev. Nathan S. Whiting, Christian, to 
Lev! Cleveland, a farmer, son of Aaron and Betsey (Dike) Cleveland, of 
Sullivan, Penn. He was born at Morristown, Vt, 16 Ap. 1827. They 
dwelt at Richmond till 29 March 1850; at Sullivan till Feb. 1860; at 
Richmond again, till 1863; at Sullivan once more, till Jan. 1866; at St. 
John's, Mich., till Nov. 1874, when they settled five miles from there, in 
Greenbush, Mich., on a farm, and were living there in May 1875. 

VI. Almena Amanda Dike, twin, b. at Stering, Vt, i Ap. 1826; 
married at Covington, Penn., 29 Oct. 1846, by Rev. Calvin Newell, Chris- 
tian, to her father's cousin, Chauncey Dike, a farmer, son of Elijah and 
Hannah (Kenfield) Dike, of Sterling, and g. son of Ebenezer and Anna 
Dike. He was born at Morristown, Vt., 6 Dec. 1818. They dwelt at 
Covington about eighteen months; at Charlestown, Penn., one year; at 
Covington again, four and a half years; at Mifflin, Penn., thirteen months; 
and then returned to Covington, and lived there till May 1857. She mar- 
ried (2d), 10 Feb. 1862, at Lawrenceville, Penn., John Salmon Dike, a 
double cousin of her first husband, and son of Elinoz and Elizabeth 
(Kenfield) Dike, of Morristown, where he was born 5 July 1818. They 
lived at Blossburgh, Penn.; and, in 1865, moved to Mansfield, Penn., where 
they were living in June 1875, members of the Christian Church. 

VII. Reuben Dike, b. at Sterling, Vt, 29 Oct. 1828; a farmer; 
married at Sullivan, Penn., 4 Nov. 1849, Sadilla Culver, dau. of Asa and 
Phebe Ann (Lane) Culver, of Cherry Flats, in Charlestown, Penn., where 
she was born 24 Dec. 1 828. They have lived at Richmond, Charlestown, 
Maple Hill (in Blossburgh), Antrim, and, since 27 Feb. 1875, at Cherry 
Flats, that being their home in June 1875. They were members of the 
Christian Church. He enlisted in Mansfield, Penn., 25 Aug. 1864, in Co. 
H, 207* Reg., Penn. Vol.; and was discharged, 6 June 1865, at Chestnut 
Hill Hospital, Philadelphia, Penn. 



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5437 



5440 



VIII. Mary Jane Dike, b. at Scott, N. Y., 9 Jan. 1835; married at 
Covington, Penn., 15 July 1855, by Rev. David Pendleton Merritt, Baptist, 
to Horace Odell, a farmer, son of Alexander and Anna (Beattie) Odell, of 
Spencer, N. Y., where he was born 31 Oct. 1833. They dwelt in Sullivan, 
three miles south of Mainsburgh, Penn., till the Autumn of 1860; then 
moved to Richmond, two miles south-west of Mansfield, Penn., where they 
were living in May 1875, members of the Christian Church. He was 
drafted, 1 6 Oct. 1863, for nine months' service, which he performed in Co. 
A, 17 ist Penn. Regiment; and was discharged in Aug. 1864. 

IX. Lucy Maples Dike, b. at Covington, Penn., 29 Jan. 1837; 
married there, 2O May 1855, Henry Kilbourn, 1 a physician and surgeon, 
son of John and Anna (Ashley) Kilbourn, of Shrewsbury, Vt, afterward 
of Canton, N. Y. He was born at Shrewsbury, 23 March 1 802. They 
lived at Covington for about five years; at Fall Brook, Penn., about two 
years; and then settled at Blossburgh, Penn., where she died 9 May 1873. 
She was buried at Covington. They were members of the Baptist Church. 
He was living at Blossburgh in May 1875. 



Chil. of Horatio Nelson and Sally (Whitney) Lathrop. 

5438 I. Veranus Lathrop, b. 3 Oct. 1824; died unmarried. 

5439 II. Eliza Ann Lathrop, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 19 Oct. 1825; married 
Hollis Cray; married (2d) Earl Boutelle; and lived at Bakersfield, Vt, 
in 1874. 



III. Marvin Lathrop, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 21 Oct. 1828; married 
Bridget Rafferty, from Ireland ; married (2d) Harriet Leach, of Grand 
Rapids, Mich.; and was living at Forest, Wis., in 1874. He served in the 
war of 1861. 



5441 ' IV. Jesse Whitney Lathrop, b. at Wolcott, Vt, in Jan. 1831; died 
at Wolcott, 27 March 1832, and was buried there, in the garden of his 
grandfather, Jesse Whitney. 



1 The Kilbourn Genealogy, p. 295, published 
in 1856, says: "he graduated at the 'Vermont 
Academy of Medicine' at Castleton, Dec. 10, 
1828; m. Fanny Briggs, of his native town, 
Dec. 22, 1828, and settled in Langdon, N. H. 
He was appointed surgeon of the l6th regiment 
of New Hampshire militia in 1832, and held 
the office for three or four years. In May, 1840, 
he removed to Covington, Tioga Co., Penn., 
where he still continues in the practice of his 



profession. His children are Henrietta, An- 
tonetta, Henry, Ferdinand, Catharine, and one 
other. Mrs. Fanny Kilbourn d. in Covington, 
Penn., March 10, 1854. The editor of 'The 
Primitive Christian', (of May 12, 1854,) referring 
to her death, says ' Dr. Kilbourn is the most 
celebrated physician in Northern Pennsylvania. 
He is a man of deep and lively sympathy, and 
must feel the loss of his companion to be irre- 
parable for himself and children." 



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940 



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Eighth Generation. 



5443 



5444 



5445 



5446 



5447 
5448 



V. Charles Lathrop, b. at Wolcott, Vt, 9 Oct. 1836; a farmer, 
carpenter and joiner ; married at Johnson, Vt, 22 March 1855, Caroline 
Sarah Page, dau. of John Hale and Sarah (Sherman) Page, of Cambridge, 
Vt, where she was born II March 1837. They dwelt at Waterville, Vt, 
in 1855 and 1856; at Lowell, Vt, in 1857 and 1858; at Bakersfield, Vt., 
in 1859; at Fairfield, Vt, in 1860; at Oregon, Wis., 1861 to 1867; and 
then moved to Forest, Wis. She died at Forest, 28 July 1872, and was 
buried there, in Vermont Cemetery. He married (2d), 21 Nov. 1873, at 
Hillsborough, Wis., Sarah Maria Dustin, born at Derby, Vt, 9 June 1847, 
dau. of Hoel and Lucy (Levings) Dustin. They were living at Forest in 
March 1875. He has been justice of the peace in that county. 

VI. John Lathrop, b. at Cambridge, Vt, 3 Sept. 1839; a carpenter, j 13436 
joiner and wheelwright; married there, 24 March 1861, Harriet Adelia 
Leach, dau. of John Josiah and Sarah Jane (Enslow) Leach, of Cambridge, 
where she was born 28 Aug. 1844. They dwelt at Cambridge for one 

year; at Fairfield, Vt., one year; at Bakersfield, Vt., five years; and 
then moved to Forest, Wis., where they were living in Dec. 1874. 

VII. Napoleon Bonaparte Lathrop, b. at Cambridge, Vt., 28 May 
1840; a farmer; married Nancy Jane Aldrich ; and was living on the 
homestead at Cambridge, with his father, in 1873. He served in the war 
of 1861. 

VIII. Lucy Ann Lathrop, b. at Cambridge, Vt., 27 July 1842 ; mar- 
ried there, 30 Sept. 1863, by Rev. Edwin Wheelock, Congregational, to 
Luther Dickinson, a farmer, son of Ira and Martha (Story) Dickinson, of 
Underbill, Vt, where he was born 15 July 1836. They settled at Under- 
bill, and were living there in 1874. 



Chil. of Freeman and Nancy Evans (Watson) Whitney. 

I. Eliza Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt; died at Wolcott, and was buried 
there, in the garden of her grandfather, Jesse Whitney. 

II. Elvira Mary Ette Whitney, b. at Wolcott, Vt; died young. 

III. Emily Rosette Whitney, b. at Pittsfield, N. H., 30 July 1837; 13444 
married at Boston, Mass., 30 May 1861, Luther Melvin Underbill, a broker, 

son of Jesse and Mary (Brown) Underbill, of Chester, N. H., where he was 
born 22 June 1837. He died at Auburn, N. H., 22 Aug. 1869, and was 
buried there. She dwelt at one time in Manchester, N. H.; and in Sept. 



Whitney Family. 



941 



5455 



1874, was living in Boston, Mass., the superintendent of the dress-making 
department of Jordan, Marsh & Co.'s establishment in Washington Street, 
corner of Central Court. 

IV. Ella Annette Whitney, b. at Pittsfield, N. H., n June 1843; 
married there, 28 Dec. 1860, William Badger, son of Judge William 
Badger, of Concord, N. H. She had one child, who lived five weeks. 
She died of consumption, in her father's house at Chelsea, Vt, 24 March 
1 862, and was buried at Chelsea. 

V. Harvey Orlando Whitney, b. at Pittsfield, N. H.; and died when 
a few months old. 

Chii. of Freeman and Betsey Roberts (Smith) Whitney. 

VI. Sarah Eliza Whitney, b. at Chelsea, Vt, 13 Dec. 1856; was 
living with her mother, at 49 South Central Street, Nashua, N. H., in Sept. 
1874, a member of the Chestnut Street Methodist Church. 



Child of Horace Clement and Phllura (Austin) Whitney. 

I. Laura Lucinda Whitney, b. at Farnam, Canada East, 23 Sept. 
185 I ; married at Appleton, Wis., 2 Jan. 1873, Samuel Augustus McEvers. 
They were living at Neenah, Wis., in January 1874; and refused to give 
any account of themselves or their children. 



Chil. of George Huyler and Ursula (Hawkins) Whitney. 

I. Eliza Ann Whitney, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, 10 Dec. 1841; died at 
St. Alban's, 17 Sept. 1842, and was buried there. 

II. George Henry Whitney, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, 14 Sept. 1843; 
and was accidentally killed in a saw-mill, at Fairfield, Vt, to Oct 1844. 
He was buried at Fairfield. 

III. Albert Bogue Whitney, b. at Swanton, Vt, 21 Jan. 1844; 
enlisted, 18 Sept 1861, at Middlebury, Vt, in Co. B, 5th Reg., Vt. Vol. 
Infantry, and served till he lost a leg on the second day of the seven days 
battle before Richmond, and was captured. He was held a prisoner 
four weeks. He was living at Jamestown, Mich., unmarried, in Sept. 1874. 



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1655 



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5456 



5457 



5458 



5459 
546o 

546i 

5462 



5463 



Eighth Generation. 



IV. Helen Eliza Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 27 Oct. 1845; married 13445 
at Grand Rapids, Mich., 28 Sept. 1867, by Rev. William Warren, Free j 
Baptist, to Samuel William Rust, a farmer, who was born at Woodcock, 
Penn., 13 March 1827, son of John and Barbary (Camp) Rust. He 
enlisted at Grand Rapids, 28 Sept. 1861, in Co. C, 2d Reg., Mich. Vol. 
Cavalry; and was discharged 17 Aug. 1865. They lived at Jamestown, 
Mich., in 1874. 

V. Eliza Ann Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 17 Dec. 1847; married I 13448 
at Rutland, Vt, 6 May 1865, by Rev. H. F. Carpenter, Adventist, to 
Lodner Henry Hood, a carpenter, of Chelsea, Vt. He was born at Wash- 
ington, Vt, 29 Dec. 1843, son of Amos and Betsey (Hibbard) Hood. 

They settled at Jamestown, Mich., and were living there in 1874. 

VI. Oscar Wallace Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 25 March 1850; 
a farmer; married at Jamestown Centre, Mich., 23 Nov. 1871, by Rev. 
Elbridge Cilley, Baptist, to Amy Jackson, who was born in Commercial 
Road, London, England, 6 Feb. 1852, dau. of John and Amy (Barnly) 
Jackson. They were living at Jamestown, Mich., in Aug. 1870. He 
enlisted at Grand Rapids, Mich., 30 July 1864, in Co. G, 8th Reg., Mich. 
Vol. Infantry; and was discharged at Washington, D. C., 30 July 1865. 
He enlisted, 7 March 1866, under Capt. Peter E. Haine, in Co. E, Reg., 
U. S. Engineers; and was discharged 7 March 1869. 

VII. George Edgar Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 27 March 1852; 
died there, 20 Feb. 1854, of scarlet fever, and was buried at Fairfield. 

VIII. Larkin Wilcox Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 20 Jan. 1854; 
moved with his parents, in 1864, to Jamestown, Mich.; and was living 
there with his mother, in Aug. 1 874. 

IX. Edgar Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Vt, 17 Ap. 1856; moved with 
his parents, in 1864, to Jamestown, Mich. ; and was living there with his 
mother, in Aug. 1874. 

X. George Huyler Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Vt, 13 July 1859; 
and was living with his mother, at Jamestown, Mich., in Aug. 1874. 



Child of Reuben Dighton and Eliza (Whitney) Bowers. 



1656 



I. Harrison William Bowers, b. at Lowell, Mass., 15 Nov. 1837;! 13451 
a farmer; married at Beardstown, 111., 24 Sept. 1861, by Rev. Daniel W. 



Whitney Family. 



Shurtleff, Christian, to Catharine Thirza Parvin, who was born at Quincy, 
111., 28 Jan. 1839, dau. of Arthur Parvin. They were living at Garner, 
111., in 1873. He was a soldier in the Union army, during the war of 1861. 



5467 
5468 



Chil. of Lorenzo Dow and Melinda (Reynolds) Whitney. 

I. Elvira Melinda Whitney, b. at Bakersfield, Vt, 10 Jan. 1843; 
married, in June 1861, Charles Wesley Hill; and died at Richmond, Vt., 
1 6 Feb. 1873. He was living at Richmond in July 1874. 

II. Henry Dow Whitney, b. at Fletcher, Vt, 28 Ap. 1845 ; a farmer; 
enlisted, 10 Dec. 1861, in Co. , 8th Reg., Vermont Vol. Infantry, and 
was discharged 10 June 1865 ; married at Belvidere, Vt, 15 Oct. 1865, by 
Rev. Robert Davis Whittemore, Christian, to Harriet Clarina Reynolds, 
whose parents then lived at Belvidere. She was born at Fairfield, Vt., 1 5 
July 1 844, dau. of Ebenezer Haskel and Lois Chase (Squires) Reynolds. 
They settled at Hyde Park, Vt; and, in May 1873, moved to Belvidere, 
where they were living in July 1874. 

III. Alvin James Whitney, b. at Fletcher, Vt, 14 Oct. 1847 ; served 
in the war of 1861 ; married at Morristown, Vt, II Aug. 1867, Charlotte 
Brown Fisher. They were living at Belvidere, Vt, in 1874. 

IV. Julia Ann Whitney, b. at Fletcher, Vt, in May 1850; was living 
at Sheldon, Vt, in 1873. 

V. Mary Eleanor Whitney, b. at Fletcher, Vt, 8 May 1852; mar- 
ried, 15 June 1872, Edwin D. Allyn, of Charlestown, Vt; and died at East 
Charlestown, 11 July 1874, of consumption. 

Chil. of Lorenzo Dow and Mahala (Dike) Whitney. 

VI. Ira Whitney, b. at Fletcher, Vt, in Sept. 1855 ; was living at 

Wolcott, Vt, in 1873. 

VII. Luther Whitney, b. at Fletcher, Vt, 17 Jan. 1859; and was 
living at Wolcott, Vt, in 1873. 

VIII. Lucy Ann Whitney, b. at East Fairfield, Vt, 27 Oct. 1862; 
and was living at Wolcott, Vt, in 1873. 

IX. George Huyler Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 17 May 1867; 
and was living at Wolcott, Vt, in 1873. 



943 



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13452 



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944 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of John William and Elvira (Whitney) Wallace. 

I. Ella Udell Wallace, b. at Ludlow, Vt., 16 Jan. 1849; married at 
Amboy, 111., 5 July 1868, by Rev. G. J. Bliss, Methodist Episcopal, to 
Andrew Jackson Scott, who was born at Dresden, Tenn., 10 May 1846, 
son of Robert and Elizabeth Ann (Vowell) Scott. They were living in 
Plant Street, Amboy, in 1873. 



Chil. of Daniel Bentley and Polly (Whitney) Mitchell. 



5474 I. Rensselaer Soule Mitchell, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 2 Ap. 1833; 
died at Fairfield, 26 Sept. 1834, and was buried there. 



5475 



5476 



5477 



II. Esther Mitchell, b. at Fairneld, Vt, 27 May 1835; married at 
Dixon, 111., 3 Nov. 1862, by Elder Their, Methodist, to Thomas Lumby, a 
machinist, whose parents lived at London, Canada West, where he was 
born 10 Sept 1835, son of Ben and Mary Ann (Mathews) Lumby. They 
went to Aurora, 111., 8 Nov. 1862; to Chicago, 111., I Ap. 1864; to Lon- 
don, C. W., 8 Ap. 1864; to Detroit, Mich., 25 July 1864; to Michigan 
City, Indiana, in 1865; to New York City; to Washington, D. C.; and 
from there, 28 Nov. 1865, to Norwalk, Ohio, where they were living in 
March 1874. 

III. Julia Melissa Mitchell, b. at Fairneld, Vt, 14 Aug. 1837; mar- 
ried at Middlebury, Vt, 28 July 1857, by Rev. J. F. Yates, Methodist, to 
Chauncey Potter, a farmer, who was born at Bakersfield, Vt, 8 Ap. 1830, 
son of Silas and Dolly (Hunter) Potter. 1 They lived at Fletcher, Vt, for 
one year ; at Bakersfield, two years ; and then moved to Fairfield, and 
were living at East Fairfield, Vt, in 1873. 

IV. Eliza Maria Mitchell, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 10 Jan. 1840; married 
at East Fairfield, 8 Aug. 1868, by Munson Hull, to Amasa Gilbert, a 
blacksmith, son of Lewis and Polly (Fairbanks) Gilbert, of Fairfield. He 
enlisted, 3 July 1861, in Co. B, 3d Reg., Vt Volunteers; and was dis- 
charged 17 Dec. 1862. She died at St. Alban's, Vt, 13 July 1870, without 
children ; and was buried at Fairfield. He has married a second wife ; 
was living at East Fairfield in 1874; and had a son, Amasa Grant Gilbert, 
born at East Fairfield, I Sept. 1873. 



1 Silas Potter was born at North Brookfield, 
Mass., in 1788; settled at Bakersfield, Vt., with 
his father, in 1796; and died there, 19 Feb. 



1873, aged 85 years, having done much to build 
up the town. 



5478 



5479 



5482 



5483 



Whitney Family. 



V. Mary Jane Mitchell, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 20 Feb. 1842; married 
at Mount Holly, Vt., 3 Sept. 1862, by Rev. J. P. Farrar, Baptist, to Harlow 
Wilcox, a farmer, born at Mount Holly, I Jan. 1824, son of Spencer and 
Rhoda (Dawley) Wilcox. They were living at Mount Holly in 1873, 
without children. 

VI. Wesley Matthew Mitchell, b. at East Fairfield, Vt, I Aug. 
1844; a carpenter and joiner; married by Rev. A. B. Truax, Methodist 
Episcopal, at his parsonage in Bakersfield, Vt., 7 Nov. 1864, to Mary Almira 
Manor, of Bakersfield, where her father then lived. She was born at 
Fairfield, Vt, 3 March 1846, dau. of John and Lurintha (Warren) Manor. 
They settled at Fletcher, Vt. ; moved, 14 Feb. 1865, to Mount Holly, Vt. ; 
and returned, I March 1 866, to East Fairfield, where they were living in 
1874, without children. He enlisted at St. Alban's, Vt, I June 1861, in 
Co. H, 3d Reg., Vt. Volunteers; and was discharged near White Oak 
Church, Va., for disability, 27 Feb. 1863. He had been with his regiment 
in every engagement in which it had taken a part, including Lewinsville, 
and Fairfax Court House, Va., in 1861; Lee's Mills, Yorktown, Williams- 
burgh, Cold Harbor, the seven days' fight on the Chickahominy, Second 
Bull Run, all in Virginia; Sugar Loaf Mountain, South Mountain, Antie- 
tam, in Maryland ; and the first and second battles of Fredericksburgh, 
Virginia, in 1862. 

VII. Isaac Heber Mitchell, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 19 Jan. 1847; enlisted 
at Bakersfield, Vt., in Sept. 1863, in Co. A, I7th Reg., Vt. Volunteers, to 
serve for three years ; and was shot in the head and killed, in the battle of 
The Wilderness, near Spottsylvania, Va., 12 May 1864. He was buried at 
Spottsylvania. 

VIII. Catharine Mitchell, b. at East Fairfield, Vt, 29 Jan. 1849; 
married at Cavendish, Vt, 18 Ap. 1869, by Elder S. F. Brown, Baptist, to 
George Albert Sanders, a farmer, son of David and Luseba Isabel (Good- 
rich) Sanders, of Cavendish, where he was born 4 March 1849. Before 
her marriage she lived at Middlebury, Vt., for two years, from I Jan. 1863; 
then went to Ludlow, Vt. ; and thence to Cavendish, Vt. ; where they were 
living in 1874. 

IX. Daniel Deforest Mitchell, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, i Dec. 1851; 
enlisted in the U. S. Navy, July 1872; and in 1873, was at Key West, 
Florida. In Feb. 1874 he was reported at San Bruno, California. 

X. Larkin Wallace Mitchell, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 25 Feb. 1854; was 
reported in Feb. 1 874, as travelling with P. T. Barnum's Circus, when last 
heard from. 

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5486 



5487 



5488 



5489 



5490 



XI. Eugene William Mitchell, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 11 Jan. 1857; 
and was living at East Fairfield in 1874. 



Chil. of William and Ann (Day) Hoyt. 

I. James Hoyt, b. in New Brunswick, 4 Dec. 1814; died 20 Sept. 
1815. 

II. Elizabeth Ann Hoyt, b. in Queen Street, Fredericton, N. B., i 
Dec. 1816; married at Prince William, N. B., 5 June 1839, Thomas More- 
house, a farmer, son of Theophilus and Mary (Fowler) Morehouse, of 
Keswick Creek, Douglass, N. B., where he was born 7 Ap. 1814. They 
dwelt on Keswick Creek till 1846; and then settled at Dorchester, C. W., 
where they were living in June 1876. 

III. Caroline Amelia Hoyt, b. in Queen Street, Fredericton, N. B., 
I Nov. 1818; married at South Dorchester, C. W., 5 Aug. 1848, by Rev. 
Israel Fay, Baptist, to John Andrew Parrish, a farmer, son of Joel and 
Elizabeth (Morton) Parrish, of Cornwallis, N. S., where he was born 1 5 
Oct. 1812. They dwelt at North Dorchester, C. W. ; at Westminster, 
C. W. ; at Dorchester, C. W. ; and at Nisora, C. W., where he died 19 May 
1866, and was buried in Lakeside Baptist Cemetery. She moved in Jan. 
1869, to Riley Centre, Mich., and was living there in July 1876. 

IV. James Wood Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 6 March 1821; 
a house -joiner ; married at Keswick, Douglass, N. B., 8 Feb. 1844, by Rev. 
Thomas Saunders, Baptist, to Susan Burt, dau. of Darius and Anna 
(Pickard) Burt, of Keswick, where she was born 11 Oct. 1822. They 
dwelt at Douglass for sixteen years; at Dorchester, C. W., three years; at 
Queensbury, N. B., two years; at Charlotte, N. B., seven years; and then 
settled at Ledge, St. Stephen's, N. B., where they were living in June 
1876. 

V. William Shepherd Hoyt, b. 2 Ap. 1823; married in Ap. 1845, 
at Douglass, N. B., Nancy Todd ; and settled at Nashwauksis, N. B., where 
he died I May 1871. 

VI. Joel Smith Hoyt, b. at Kingsclear, N. B., 6 Sept. 1825; a farmer; 
married at London, C. W., 29 Ap. 1851, by Elder Boyd, Baptist, to Mary 
McEwen Taylor, dau. of William and Maria (Rutherford) Taylor, of 
Missouri East, Ont, formerly of Glasgow, Scotland. She was born in the 
State of New York, 19 Jan. 1826. After dwelling at Missouri East for 



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about twenty years, and a short time at Oxford, Ont., they settled at St. 
Mary's, Ont, and were living there in Aug. 1876. 

VII. Louisa Jane Hoyt, b. at Kingsclear, N. B., 15 Aug. 1828; 
married at London, C. W., i Aug. 1859, by Rev. Thomas Clue, Baptist, to 
Julius Raymond, a blacksmith; and settled at Riley Centre, Mich., where 
they were living in June 1876. 

VIII. Ezra Hoyt, b. 26 Jan. 1831; died 10 Feb. 1831. 

IX. Ezra Miles Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., u Nov. 1833; a 
farmer; married at Dorchester, C. W., 31 Dec. 1861, by Elder Gatelow, 
Baptist, to Eliza Jane Jenkens, dau. of James and Miriam (Dyer) Jenkens, 
of Darlington, C. W. She was born in Cornwall, Eng., in 1838. They 
dwelt at Dorchester till 1871; and then settled at Westminster, Ont., 
where they were living in July 1876. 

X. Charlotte Thankful Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 21 Feb. 
1836; married at Almont, Mich., n May 1864, by Rev. A. D. Williams, 
Baptist, to Enoch Cornell, a mason, son of Sylvanus and Mary Ann 
(Donahue) Cornell, of Bosanquit, C. W. He was born near Hamilton, 
C. W., 10 June 1843. They settled at Thedford Village, C. W., and were 
living there in July 1876. 



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Chil. of John and Lydla (Saunders) Hoyt. 

I. Daniel Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B. ; married Jane Irvine; and 
settled at Lake George, N. B., which was still their home in June 1876. 

II. Olive Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B. ; married David Burden; 

and settled at Dumfries, N. B., where they were still living in 1871. 

III. Moses Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B. ; a farmer; married 
Sarah McDonald ; settled at Prince William, and was living there in June 
1876. 

IV. Thomas W. Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B. ; married Mary 
Monk; settled at Prince William, and was living there in June 1876. 

V. Sarah Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B.; married John Kitchen; 



settled at Prince William, and was living there in 1871. 
5500 VI. Jacob Hoyt. 



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VII. Solomon Hoyt, died at Prince William, N. B. 



5502 VIII. Jane Hoyt, married Robert Lawson. 



Chil. of James and Ruth (Young) Hoyt. 

I. Catharine Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 22 Aug. 1819; 
married there Daniel Parent ; settled at Prince William, and was living 
there in 1871. Her address, in May 1876, was Fairville, St. John, N. B. 

II. Joel Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 3 Dec. 1820; died there, 
28 Ap. 1821. 

III. Susanna Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 30 May 1822 ; died 
there, 27 Feb. 1839. 

IV. Philip Daniel Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 17 Ap. 1824; a 
farmer; married at Jacksontown, N. B., I Nov. 1848, Lucinda Sharp, dau. 
of Rev. Henry and Sarah (Tompkins) Sharp, of Jacksontown, where she 
was born 12 Sept. 1824. They settled at Prince William, and were living 
there in June 1876. 

V. John Young Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 22 July 1826 ; a 13521 
merchant; married there, 23 Dec. 1853, by Rev. Thomas W. Saunders, 
Baptist, to Hannah Thompson, dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth (Kelley) 
Thompson, of Prince William, where she was born 14 Oct. 1832. They 
dwelt on a farm at Prince William from 20 June 1854 till 15 Oct. 1856; 

and then settled at McKenzie Corner, Richmond, N. B., where they were 
living in May 1876. 

VI. Sarah Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 3 Oct. 1828; and died 
there 12 Nov. 1828. 

VII. Elizabeth Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 25 Sept. 1829; and 
died there 12 Ap. 1831. 

VIII. Abraham Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 26 Feb. 1832 ; and 
died there 17 May 1835. 

IX. Hezekiah Young Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 21 Sept. 
1834; a farmer; married at Woodstock, N. B., 24 Dec. 1859, Margaret 
Ann Jones; and settled at Southampton, N. B., which was still his home 
in 1871. His address, in May 1876, was Fredericton, N. B. 



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X. Naomi Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 13 March 1837; married 
there Thomas W. Jones; settled at Richmond, N. B., and was living there 
in May 1876. 

XI. James Abraham Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 6 July 1839; 
a farmer; married in 1867, at Queensbury, N. B., Maria Ann Cunter, dau. 
of Charles and Mary (Hoben) Gunter, of Sunbury Co., N. B. They 
settled on the homestead of his father, at Prince William, and were living 
there in June 1876. 

XII. Albert Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 25 Dec. 1842. 

XIII. Susanna Hoyt, b. at Prince William, N. B., 4 Aug. 1845; 
married at Richmond, N. B., name of husband not communicated ; and 
was living there in May 1876. 



Chil. of Abraham and Mary (Smith) Hoyt. 

I. Angenette Hoyt, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., about 1 802 ; married Coleman 
Batterson, a shoemaker, son of Powell and Betsey (Wilson) Batterson, of 
Norwalk, Conn., where he was born about 1798. They settled at Ridge- 
field, Conn.; where he died 12 Nov. 1873, aged 75 years, and was buried 
in the Davis Cemetery, in the south-west corner of Ridgefield. She was 
living at her father's homestead, in Lewisboro', N. Y., near the State line, 
in Nov. 1875. 

II. Angeline Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y., 9 Oct. 

1804; married John Modad Williams, a farmer, son of John and 

(Smith) Williams, of Wilton, Conn., where he was born 4 June 1801. He 
died at Ridgefield, Conn., in March 1862, and was buried in the Davis 
Cemetery. She was living at Lewisboro', with her dau., Mrs. Stevens, in 
Dec. 1875. 



III. Sarah Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y., 31 Aug. 
1806; married there, 4 Jan. 1824, in the house where she was born, Isaac 
Davis, a farmer, son of James and Hannah (Jelliff) Davis, of Wilton, Conn., 
where he was born 13 March 1794. They settled at Ridgefield, Conn, 
(the line between that town and Wilton, passing through the house), where 
she died 10 Nov. 1860. She was buried a few rods north of their house, 
in a family cemetery. He was living near there, in North Wilton, in Nov. 
1875. 

IV. Mary Ann Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y., 3 



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March 1808; married, 30 March 1822, Belden Scott, a farmer, son of 
William 1 and Susan (Stewart) Scott, of Ridgefield, Conn. He was born 
at North Wilton, Conn., in 1791. They settled at South Salem, now 
Lewisboro', near her father's homestead. He was drowned off Westport 
Harbor, Conn., on the night of 8 Sept. 1842 ; and was buried in the Davis 
Cemetery, in the south-west part of Ridgefield She was living with her 
children at Brooklyn, N. Y., in Nov. 1875. 

V. Catharine Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y., about 13561 
1809; married Hiram Davis, a farmer, born at Wilton, Conn., son of James 2 

and Hannah (Jelliff) Davis. They settled at Upper Nod, in Wilton, where 
she died I May 1854, and was buried in the Davis Cemetery, in the south- 
west part of Ridgefield, Conn. He was living at Upper Nod in Nov. 1875. 

VI. David Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y., 14 Feb. | 13568 
1811; a farmer and shoemaker; married at Fishkill, N. Y., 13 Nov. 1831, 

Sally Lee, dau. of Caleb and Anna (Barrett) Lee, of Fishkill, where she 
was born 6 Jan. 1814. They settled at North Wilton, Conn.; where she 
died 3 Dec. 1854, and was buried in the Davis Cemetery, in the south-west 
part of Ridgefield, Conn. He married (2d), 15 Dec. 1856, at Patterson, 
N. Y., Caroline Lacalan, who was born at Hyde Park, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1831. 
They were living at North Wilton in Nov. 1875. 

VII. Solomon Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y., in 13576 
Dec. 1812 ; a blacksmith; married Lucinette Lockwood, dau. of Shadrach 

and Polly Lockwood; married (2d) Antoinette Dimock, a native of the 
State of New York; died 19 March 185;, surviving his second wife; and 
was buried in the Hoyt Cemetery, at North Wilton, Conn. 

VIII. Gould Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y.; a 
shoemaker ; died in the same house, unmarried, when about twenty-five 
years old ; and was buried in the Hoyt Cemetery, at North Wilton, Conn. 

IX. Walter Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y., 22 May 13580 
1817; a blacksmith; married, 15 March 1840, Hannah Austin, dau. of 
Samuel and Esther (James) Austin ; and was living at Chandler, Iowa, in 

1871. 



X. Ira Hoyt, b. at South Salem, now Lewisboro', N. Y., 2 Aug. 1819; 
a shoemaker; married at Fishkill, N. Y., I Jan. 1840, Jane Lee, dau. of 
Caleb and Anna (Barrett) Lee, of Fishkill, where she was born 23 Sept. 

'William Scott, b. at Wilton, Conn., 25 Dec. 1833, aged 79 years. Hannah Davis, his wife, 

1757, was the eldest son of William and Abigail died 3 March 1862, aged 97 years and 10 months. 

(Belden) Scott. They were buried in the Davis Cemetery, in the 

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1823. She died at Farmer's Mills, in Kent, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1849. He 
married (2d), at Farmer's Mills, 28 May 1850, Mary Ann Mead, widow of 
William Smith, and dau. of John and Hannah (Mead) Mead, of Farmer's 
Mills, where she was born 20 Jan. 1816. She died at Patterson, N. Y., 23 
Nov. 1863. He married (3d), in 1870, at Kent, Hannah Waring, widow 
of George Quintard, of Purdy's Station, N. Y., and dau. of Shubael and 
Salome (Kellogg) Waring, of Ridgefield, Conn., where she was born 25 
Ap. 1817. He was living at Patterson, N. Y., in Nov. 1875, and had 
formerly lived at Fishkill, N. Y., and Wilton, Conn. 



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Chil. of Uriah and Hannah (Hoyt) Gregory. 1676 

I. Sarah Gregory, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1807; married 13596 
there, 30 Oct. 1833, Nathan Abner Hoyt, a farmer, son of Noah and 
Deborah (Slauson) Hoyt, of South Salem, where he was born 4 Jan. 1810.' 

They settled at Vista, N. Y., where she died 27 Dec. 1868. She was 
buried at Lewisboro', N. Y. He was living at Vista in May 1 876. 

II. Naomi Gregory* b. at South Salem, N. Y., 12 June 1810; married 
at Lewisboro', N. Y., 25 Jan. 1843, Jonn Slauson, a shoemaker, son of 
Nehemiah and Martha (Monroe) Slauson, of Poundridge, N. Y., where he 
was born 23 Feb. 1813. He died without children, at Lewisboro', 16 July 
1854; and was buried in the Hoyt Cemetery at North Wilton, Conn. She 
married (2d), 5 Nov. 1863, at Lewisboro', Daniel Beers, a teacher and 
farmer, son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Raymond) Beers, He was born at 
South Salem, now Lewisboro' ; was a justice of the peace ; and died at 
Norwalk, Conn., 21 March 1872. She was living at New Canaan, Conn., 
with her sister, Mrs. Hoyt, in Jan. 1 876. 

III. Aaron Gregory, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 5 Oct. 181 1 ; a farmer; 13601 
married there, 27 March 1833, Hannah Hoyt, dau. of Noah and Deborah 
(Slauson) Hoyt, of South Salem, where she was born 31 Dec. 1 807.2 They 
settled at South Salem, now Lewisboro', and were living there in Jan. 1876. 

IV. Mary Ann Gregory, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 8 Sept. 1825; 13608 
married, 24 July 1853, her cousin, Moses Hoyt. See his record. 5535 



Child of Aaron Hoyt. 1677 

I. Lewis K. Hoyt, was living at New Canaan, Conn., in Nov. 1875. 
i See the Hoyt Genealogy, pp. 523 and 433. = See the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 523. 



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Chil. of Isaac and Anna (Hoyt) Hoyt. 

I. Esther Hoyt, married David L. Deforest, of New Canaan, Conn. 

II. Alanson Hoyt, married Harriet Ruscoe, who was born 27 Sept. 
1808; and settled at Wilton, Conn., where she died 2 Dec. 1842, and was 
buried in the Hoyt Cemetery, at North Wilton. He was living at Wilton 
in 1871. 

III. Jane Hoyt, was living at New Canaan, Conn., in 1871, unmarried. 

IV. Polly Hoyt, b. 20 June 1816; died 30 Jan. 1829, and was buried 
in the Hoyt Cemetery, North Wilton, Conn. 

V. Moses Hoyt, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 26 Aug. 1818; a farmer; 
married at Lewisboro', N. Y., 24 July 1853, his cousin, Mary Ann Gregory, j 5529 
dau. of Uriah and Hannah (Hoyt) Gregory, of Lewisboro', where she was 

born 8 Sept. 1825. They settled at New Canaan, Conn., and were living 
there in Jan. 1876. 

VI. Andrew Hoyt, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 18 Aug. 1818 ; a farmer; 
married Ruth Wakeman, dau. of Samuel Wakeman. They were living in 
Dakota Territory in May 1876. 

VII. Natalia Hoyt, b. at South Salem, N. Y. ; was living at Ridgefield, 
Conn., in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 

VIII. Nancy Hoyt, b. at South Salem, N.Y. ; was living at Ridgefield, 
Conn., in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 

IX. Aurelia Hoyt, b. at South Salem, N. Y. ; was living at Ridgefield, 
Conn., in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 

X. Munson Hoyt, b. at South Salem, N. Y.; was living at Ridgefield, 
Conn., in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of Azor 1 and Ruth (Benedict) Hoyt. 

I. George Clinton Hoyt, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 17 Dec. 1814; a 
farmer; married at West Monroe, N. Y., 13 Feb. 1839, Fanny Murphy, 
dau. of Moses and Miranda (Baird) Murphy, of Otsego County, N. Y., 

I Azor Hoyt died at West Monroe, N. Y., 23 May 1871. 



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where she was born 6 Oct. 1819. They settled at West Monroe, and were 
living there in Sept. 1 877. 

II. Nancy Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 6 March 1817; married at 
West Monroe, N. Y., 10 Jan. 1841, Adam Conterman. They settled at 
West Monroe, where she died, 23 May 1858, and was buried. 

III. Hannah Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 14 Aug. 1819. 

IV. Elias Smith Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 21 June 1822. 

V. Amanda Elmina Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 16 July 1824; 
married at West Monroe, N. Y., 13 Sept. 1843, Chester C. Sedgwlck. 
They dwelt at Mallory, N. Y., in Sept. 1877. 

VI. Phebe Gilbert Hoyt, b. at West Monroe, N. Y., 16 Dec. 1828; 



married there, 27 Oct. 1850, Abram Conterman. 

Square, N. Y., in Sept. 1877. 



They dwelt at Central 



Chil. of Moses and Hannah (Robinson) Hoyt. 

5547 I. Rufus Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., u June 1819; married, and 
settled at West Monroe, N. Y., where he was living in 1871, according to 
the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 531, which says that he had seven sons and three 
daughters, born at West Monroe. 



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II. Azor Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., i Ap. 1823 or 1824; married, 
and settled at West Monroe, N. Y., where he was living in 1871. He had 
one daughter, born at West Monroe. 



Chil. of Lewis and Elizabeth (Taylor) Hoyt. 

I. Isaac Hoyt, b. in Dutchess Co., N. Y., 23 Ap. 1808; married, in 
1831, Maria West; and settled at Cannonsville, N. Y. 

II. Polly Hoyt, b. in Dutchess Co., N. Y., 13 Aug. 1810; married, in 
Ap. 1834, Morgan West; settled at Delhi, N. Y.; and died there in March 
1835- ' 

III. Jane Hoyt, b. in Dutchess Co., N. Y., 11 March 1814; married, 
in 1832, Stephen Cunbar; and settled at Cannonsville, N. Y. 



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IV. Abel Hoyt, b. in Dutchess Co., N. Y., 3 Jan. 1817; married, in 
Jan. 1835, Mary Ann Bigelow; married (2d), in March 1842, Abigail 
Parish ; and settled at Delhi, N. Y. 

V. Lewis Hoyt, b. in Dutchess Co., N. Y., 1 1 July 1819; died in 1832, 
at Cannonsville, N. Y. 

VI. Conrad L. T. Hoyt, b. at Bovina, N. Y., 26 Ap. 1826; married, 
in Jan. 1844, Betsey Brewer; married (2d), in 1849, Almanda Miller; and 
settled at Bainbridge, N. Y. 

VII. Abraham Hoyt, b. at Cannonsville, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1829; died in 
1832. 

VIII. Daniel Hoyt, b. at Cannonsville, N. Y., 24 Aug. 1832; died in 
1832. 

Chil. of Lewis and Lucinda M. (Brewer) Hoyt. 

IX. Andrew Hoyt, b. at Delhi, N. Y., 8 Dec. 1834; died unmarried, 
3 Oct. 1857, at Hamden, N. Y. 

X. Emily Amanda Hoyt, b. at Delhi, N. Y., 24 Dec. 1836 ; was living 
at Bainbridge, N. Y., in 1871, unmarried. 

XL Rhoda Hoyt, b. at Bovina, N. Y., 2 Jan. 1839; married, 4 Oct. 
1865, Joseph Burditt; and was living at Bainbridge, N. Y., in 1871. 

XII. Henry Benjamin Hoyt, b. at Andes, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1843 ; was 
living at Bainbridge, N. Y., in 1871, unmarried. 

XIII. Lydia Maria Hoyt, b. at Andes, N. Y., 18 Jan. 1845 ; was 
living at Bainbridge, N. Y., in 1871. 



Chil. of Alpheus and Polly (Robinson) Hoyt. 

I. Laura Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 12 Feb. 1818; married, 12 
June 1850, Benjamin Carr. They settled at West Monroe, N. Y., and 
were living there in 1871. 

II. Daniel R. Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 4 May 1820; a farmer; 
married, 3 Jan. 1844, Tryphena Welton. They settled at Tully, N. Y., and 
were living there in 1871, having had one child, then dead. 



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Chil. of Alpheus and Mercy (Smith) Hoyt. 

III. Ebenezer S. Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1824; a 
farmer; married Mercy Souls; settled at Otisco, N. Y., and was living 
there in 1873. 

IV. Almira Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 9 June 1826; was living at 
Tully, N. Y., in 1871, unmarried. 

V. Mary M. Hoyt, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 26 May 1828; was living 
at Tully, N. Y., in 1871, unmarried. 

VI. Mercy Hoyt, b. 8 Jan. 1836; died 9 Jan. 1836. 

VII. Jerusha Hoyt, b. 21 Aug. 1838; is dead. 



Chil. of Keeler and Charity (Balsley) Hoyt. 

I. Nelson Hoyt, b. at Manlius, N. Y., 16 Jan. 1820; a farmer ; mar- 
ried, 2 Nov. 1846, Betsey Barber, dau. of Peter Barber; married (2d), 2 
Jan. 1864, Elizabeth Smith; and settled at Syracuse, N. Y., whence they 
moved to Waterloo, Mich., and were living there in 1871. He had six 
children, names not communicated. 

II. Julia Ann Hoyt, b. at Manlius, N. Y., 11 Sept. 1822; married, 18 
Aug. 1838, James Carley; settled at Henrietta, Mich., and was living there 
in 1871. 

III. William Wallace Hoyt, b. at Syracuse, N. Y., 9 March 1825; 
a machinist; married, 5 Nov. 1851, Rnesa Louisa Andrews, dau. of Awra 
Andrews, of Syracuse. They settled at Syracuse ; and moved thence to 
Kalamazoo, Mich., where they were living in 1871. 

IV. Hannah Fidelia Hoyt, b. at Syracuse, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1827; and 
was living there in 1871. 

V. Matilda Louisa Hoyt, b. at Syracuse, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1830; and 
was living there in 1871. 

VI. Helen Maria Hoyt, b. at Syracuse, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1833; married, 
31 Jan. 1856, William Henry Hilts; and settled at Hixton, Wis. 

VII. Christina Deborah Hoyt, b. at Syracuse, N. Y., i Nov. 1834; 



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married, 26 Dec. 1852, Ezra N. Wheeler, a saddler; and settled at Syracuse, 
where they were living in 1873, at 215 Seymour Street. 

VIII. Henry Harrison Hoyt, b. at Syracuse, N. Y., 2 March 1838; 
served for two years in the war of 1 86 1, as lieut. in the I22d Reg., N. Y. S. 
Volunteers; and was killed at Petersburgh, Va., 21 June 1864. 



Chil. of Bishop and Catharine (Hustis) Hoyt. 
I. to VII. Five sons and two daughters, names not ascertained. 

Chil. of Richard and Hannah (Keeler) Mead. 

I. Solomon Mead, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1829; an iron 
founder; settled at New Haven, Conn., i Ap. 1852; married there, 17 Jan. 
1855, in the Centre Congregational Church, by the pastor, Rev. S. W. S. 
Button, D.D., to Elizabeth Chapin Deming, dau. of William and Phebe 
(Munson) Deming, of 15 Derby Avenue, New Haven. She was born at 
Derby, Conn., 24 Aug. 1831. They were living at 15 Derby Avenue in 
Feb. 1875. He is the inventor and manufacturer of "conical ploughs." 

II. Clark Mead, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 29 Nov. 1831; a farmer; 
married there, I Nov. 1852, by Rev. Henry B. Mead, Methodist Episcopal, 
to Aurinda Fox, dau. of George and Margaret Maria (Green) Fox, of South 
Salem. She was born at Cross River, N. Y., 15 Nov. 1833. They settled 
at South Salem, and were living there in Nov. 1 874. 

III. Linus Mead, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 20 Sept. 1835; a farmer; 
married there, 11 Jan. 1859, by Rev. Aaron L. Lindsley, Presbyterian, to 
Sarah Elizabeth Bouton, who was born at South Salem, IO Sept. 1838, dau. 
of Linus and Laura (Pardee) Bouton. They dwelt at South Salem till the 
Spring of 1864; went to Bedford, N. Y., and from there, in 1865, to Hyde 
Park, N. Y., where he remained till 1870; then moved to 25 Derby 
Avenue, New Haven, Conn., where he was living in March 1875, engaged, 
with his brother, in the manufacture of ploughs. 

IV. Henry Mead, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 31 July 1838 ; a farmer, 
and dealer in milk; married at South Salem, 28 March 1861, by Rev. A. 
L. Lindsley, to Elizabeth Pardee, who was born at South Salem, 17 June 
1840, dau. of Anson and Lydia (Lounsbury) Pardee. They were living at 
35 King Street, New York City, in Dec. 1874. 



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V. Stephen Saunders Mead, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 25 Sept 
1 842 ; a salesman ; was living at New Haven, Conn., in Nov. 1 874, un- 
married. 



Chil. of Henry and Loretta (Benedict) Keeler. 

I. George Elbert Keeler, b. at Lewisboro', N. Y., 13 May 1840; a 
farmer; married there, 21 July 1868, by Rev. Ebenezer S. Raymond, 
Baptist, to Fanny Maria Tuttle, dau. of Charles and Hannah (Scott) Tuttle, 
of Wilton, where she was born 9 Sept. 1 836. They settled at Lewisboro', 
about two miles from South Salem village ; and were living there in Nov. 
1 874, without children. 

II. Henry Clay Keeler, b. at Lewisboro, N. Y., 6 Sept 1844; a 
farmer; married at South Salem, N. Y., 2 March 1870, by Rev. Daniel S. 
Gregory, Presbyterian, to Ocelia Ida Todd, who was born at Stamford, 
Conn., 28 Sept. 1846, dau. of George and Susan Cross (Reynolds) Todd. 
They settled at Lewisboro', near his brother, and were living there in Nov. 
1874. 



Child of Jeremiah and Mary Ann (Norton) Wood. 

I. Daniel Morton Wood, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 18 May 1823 ; 
died there, 4 Sept. 1823, and was buried in the Presbyterian church-yard. 

Chil. of Jeremiah and Margaret (Norton) Wood. 

II. Mary Ann Wood, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 13 Ap. 1827; married 
there, 30 Dec. 1846, by Rev. Reuben Frame, Presbyterian, to Ellas 
Quereau Lyon, a farmer, of Bedford, N. Y., who was born at Bedford, 8 
Ap. 1823, son of John and Catharine (Quereau) Lyon. They settled at 
South Salem in the Spring of 1847; rnoved to New York City in Ap. 
1854; and returned, in Nov. 1857, to South Salem, where they were 
living in Dec. 1 874. 

III. Margaret Louisa Wood, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1844; 
and was living there, with her parents, in Dec. 1 874. 



Chil. of Rufus and Polly (Northrop) Canfleld. 



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13641 



1704 



1704 
13642 



1707 



I. Mary Elizabeth Canfleld, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 Oct. 1824; 13647 
married there, 13 Dec. 1843, by Rev. Aaron B. Francis, to Ezra Northrop 



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5597 

5598 

5599 
5600 

5601 
5602 



Hoyt, a mason, son of Benjamin and Betsey (Northrop) Hoyt, of South 
Salem, N. Y., where he was born 13 July 1819.' They settled at Ridge- 
field, and were living there in March 1877. 

II. Charles Francis Ganfield, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 25 Dec. 
1826; a tailor; married in Feb. 1849, at Ridgefield, Rachel Elizabeth 
Ol instead, dau. of William and Clara (Nash) Olmstead, of Ridgefield, 
where she was born 17 Oct. 1827. She died at New Castle, N. Y., 20 
Dec. 1 849, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery, Ridgefield. He was living 
in Minnesota in Feb. 1877. 

III. John Canfield, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., i March 1829; a hatter; 
married there, 22 Dec. 1852, Clara Maria Sears, dau. of Edwin Collins 
and Marietta (Jarvis) Sears, of Ridgefield, where she was born 4 Feb. 
1836. They dwelt at Brooklyn, N. Y., till 1854; at Danbury, Conn., till 
1876; and then moved to South Norwalk, Conn., where they were living 
in Ap. 1 877. 

IV. Henry Canfield, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 12 Oct. 1831; a carpenter; 
married, in New York City, Mary Coe. They were living at New Bruns- 
wick, N. J., in Feb. 1877. 

V. Emily Canfield, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 12 March 1833; mar- 
ried there Frederick Smith. They were living at Ridgefield in Feb. 
1877. 

VI. Sylvester Canfield, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 9 Dec. 1835; died 
12 March 1836. 

VII. Gould Canfield, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 15 Dec. 1838; a car- 
penter; married there Julia Bronson. They were living at Ridgefield in 
Feb. 1877. 

VIII. Francis Canfield, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 5 Ap. 1840; an 
express-man; married at New York City Elizabeth Davis. They were 
living at New York in Feb. 1 877. 

IX. Sylvester Chittenden Canfield, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 5 
March 1843; a carpenter; married there, 30 Dec. 1866, in the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, by the pastor, Rev. J. D. Bouton, to Susan Davis, dau. 
of Ira and Hester Ann (Scribner) Davis, of Wilton, Conn., where she was 
born 1 6 Feb. 1842. They dwelt at Ridgefield till I May 1869; at Port 
Chester, N. Y., till 21 Nov. 1869; at Wilton, till I Ap. 1874; and then 
returned to Ridgefield, where they were living in March 1877. 

1 See the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 474. 



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959 



Chll. of Jesse and Sarah (Canfleld) Covert. 

5603 i I. Betsey Ann Covert, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 June 1829; died 

at Ridgefield, 28 Nov. 1843, and was buried there. 

5604 II. Mary Jane Covert, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 17 Aug. 1831 ; married 
in Feb. 1855, at Newark, N. J., Walter Joralemon. They were living at 

> 192 Elm Street, Newark, in March 1877. 

III. William Covert, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 30 May 1833 ; a coach- 
painter; married in 1856, at New York City, Mary Smith, who died in 
Nov. 1874; married (2d), 20 Jan. 1876, at New York City, Martha Coe, 
dau. of Henry and Jane (Lawson) Coe, of Paterson, N. J. She was born 
at Sufferns, N. Y. They were living at 123 Colyer Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., in Ap. 1877. He enlisted, 2 Sept. 1862, in Co. C, I73d Reg., N. Y. 
S. Vols. ; and was discharged, 12 July 1865, as second-lieut. of the same 
company. 

Chll. of Justus and Sarah (Canfleld) Miller. 

IV. Roswell Canfleld Miller, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 9 Oct. 1845; 
a railway-conductor; married at Newark, N. J., 15 Nov. 1865, Elizabeth 
Denton, dau. of John and Euphemia (Apgar) Denton, of Newark, for- 
merly of New Brunswick, N. J., where she was born 15 June 1847. They 
dwelt at Newark, and at East Millston, N. J., till I June 1875; and then 
settled at Merrick, L. I., where they were living in May 1 877. 

V. Radcliff Parsons Miller, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2 Dec. 1847; 
married at Newark, N. J., i Jan. 1868, Leana Crlswold. They were living 
at 51 East Kenney Street, Newark, in March 1877. 



Chll. of Joseph and Julia Ann (Canfleld) Ingersol. 

I. Jane Ingersol, b. at Stamford, Conn., 26 July 1827; married at 
Shrub Oak, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1854, Stephen Stocken Roake, son of Joseph 
and Lanah (Fosey) Roake. They settled at Shrub Oak, where she was 
living in May 1877. He died there, 7 Jan. 1874, and was buried in Shrub 
Oak Cemetery. 

II. Hannah Elizabeth Ingersol, b. at Stamford, Conn., 25 July 
1829 ; married at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1848, Jonathan Lanlng Codley. 
They were living at 293 South Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in May 1877. 

III. Cornelius Ingersol, b. at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1832; 



1709 



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1710 
13676 



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5613 
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5615 



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5617 



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5619 



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5621 



married there, 5 Oct. 1858, Amelia Forman, dau. of Joseph and Maria 
(Selleck) Forman. They were living at Shrub Oak in May 1877. 

IV. Juliet Ingersol, b. at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1835; married 
there Ebenezer Berlin Hart, son of Berlin and Phebe (Travis) Hart. They 
were living at Peekskill, N. Y., in May 1877. 

V. Harriet Ingersol, b. at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 14 Ap. 1837; married 
there, 8 Ap. 1856, William Emerson, son of Thomas and Lydia (Hatfield) 
Emerson. They were living at Shrub Oak in May 1 877. 

VI. Mary Amanda Ingersol, b. at Shrub Oak, N. Y, 16 May 1839; 
died there, 17 Oct. 1866, and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemetery. 

VII. Josephine Ingersol, b. at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 24 Oct. 1841; 
married there, 24 Oct. 1860, James Fowler, son of James and Eliza 
(Crawford) Fowler. They were living at Peekskill, N. Y., in May 1877. 

VIII. Sarah Ingersol, b. at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 8 Dec. 1843; married 
there, 8 Oct. 1865, William Henry Townsend, son of Wolsey and Eliza 
(Barger) Townsend. They settled at Peekskill, N. Y., where he died i 
Ap. 1872, aged 30 years. She married (2d), 4 March 1877, at Shrub Oak, 
Robert Newton Scott, a clergyman. They were living at Peekskill in May 
1877. 

IX. Alpheus Ingersol, b. at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 31 March 1846; 
died at Shrub Oak, 6 Oct. 1869, and was buried there. 

X. Theodore Ingersol, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 23 July 1850; married 
at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 1 1 July 1869, Susan Headey, dau. of James and 
Amy (Seidgel) Headey. She died 21 Jan. 1873. He was living at 
Peekskill, N. Y, in May 1877. 



Chil. of William and Ann (Dusenbury) Canfield. 

I. John Canfield, was living at Brooklyn, N. Y, in March 1877. 

II. James Canfield, was living at Brooklyn, N. Y, in March 1877. 

Chil. of Shadrach and Eliza (Canfield) Ferris. 

I. Shadrach Ferris, was living at Milford, Conn., in May 1877. 

II. Alpheus Ferris, was living at Milford, Conn., or in California, in 
May 1877. 



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5623 

5624 
5625 



5626 
5627 



5628 



5629 



5630 



5631 



5632 



5633 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Walter and Harriet (Canfleld) Parsons. 

I. Elizabeth Parsons, b. at Jersey City, N. J., 8 Oct. 1844; died at 
Newark, N. J., 19 Nov. 1847, an ^ was buried at Bloomfield, N. J. 



II. Radcliff Parsons, b. at Newark, N. J., I Jan. 1846; died there, 7 
Ap. 1846, and was buried at Bloomfield, N. J. 

III. Randall Parsons, b. at Newark, N. J., 23 Dec. 1855 ; married at 
Washington, D. C, 22 Feb. 1877, Annie Eugenia Johnson, dau. of Joseph 
and Rachel Ann (Croxwell) Johnson, of Belvidere, N. J. They were living 
at 716 Eleventh Street, Washington, in March 1877. 

IV. Starr Parsons, b. at Newark, N. J., 30 June 1860; and was living 
with his parents at 204 Delaware Avenue, Washington, D. C., in March 
1877. 



Chil. of William and Matilda (Small) Healy. 

I. Healy, married Walnwrlght Van Houten. They dwelt at 

Belleville, N. J., in May 1877. 



II. 



Healy, married 



ville, N. J., in May 1877. 



Van Riper. They dwelt at Belle- 



Chil. of Pearsall Brush and Clarissa (Healy) Powell. 

I. Charles Henry Powell, b. at New York City, in 1822; married 
Betsey Barney; and was living at Marne, Iowa, in Ap. 1877. 

II. Lydia Adelia Powell, b. at New York City, in 1826; was living 
at Youngstown, N. Y., in Ap. 1877, unmarried. 

III. Albert Theodore Powell, b. at New York City, in 1829; mar- 
ried Chloe Barney; and was living at Marne, Iowa, in Ap. 1877. 

IV. Julia Ann Powell, b. at Porter, N. Y., in 1831; married John 
Dunham ; and was living at Oil City, Penn., in Ap. 1877. 

V. Catharine Louisa Powell, b. at Porter, N. Y., in 1833 ; married 
Luther Ash ; and was living at Sioux City, Iowa, in Ap. 1877- 

VI. William Thaddeus Powell, b. at Porter, N. Y., in 1835; married 



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Catharine Sage; and was living at Anoka, Minn., in Ap. 1877. He served 
in the war of 1861. 

VII. Jane Lyanda Powell, b. at Porter, N. Y., in 1837; was living 
at Youngstown, N. Y., in Ap. 1877, unmarried. 

VIII. Angeline Frederika Powell, b. at Porter, N. Y., in 1839; 
died at Porter in 1853, and was buried there. 

IX. Arthur Pearsall Powell, b. at Porter, N. Y., in 1841; married 

Ida ; and was living at Sioux City, Iowa, in Ap. 1877. He served 

in the war of 1861. 



Chil. of Charles and Roxana (Keeler) St. John. 

I. Keeier St. John, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; married there, 22 Dec. 
1833, Polly Hubbell, of Ridgefield. They lived in Michigan in 1874. 

II. Harrison St. John, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; a blacksmith; married 

Stone, of Danbury, Conn. They settled at Ridgefield, then went 



west, and are both dead. 

III. Charles St. John, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., in Jan. 1821 ; a hatter; 



married 



Stone, of Danbury, Conn.; married (2d), 



Whitlock, 



of Silvermine, in New Canaan, Conn. He died at Ridgefield, 29 July 
1859, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

IV. Berlin St. John, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; a stage-proprietor; 
lived at Danbury, Conn., in 1874. 



Child of 



and Roxana (Keeler) Dickens. 



V. 



Dickens, a son ; died young. 



Child of Cyrus and Roxana (Keeler) Beers. 

VI. Ruth Beers, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; married Daniel Dove; and 
' went west." 



Chil. of Rufus Hoyt and Polly (Dickens) Keeler. 



I. Ira Keeler, married 



Olmstead, sister of his uncle Burr: 137' 



Keeler's wife. He served in the war of 1861, and died soon after his 
return. 



Whitney Family. 



II. Electa Keeler, married William E. Dickens. 

Croton Falls, N. Y., in Nov. 1874. 



They were living at 



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1721 



III. John Junior Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Dec. 1816; a 
mason ; married there, 2 Sept. 1 840, by Rev. Seymour VanDeusen, 
Methodist, to Elizabeth Plckett, who was born at Ridgefield, 8 March 
1820, dau. of Henry and Dorcas (Olmstead) Pickett. He died at Ridge- 
field, 7 Jan. 1852, of fever, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. She was 
married (2d), 15 Feb. 1854, at Ridgefield, by Rev. F. W. Smith, Methodist, 
to Edwin Burt, a mason, who was born at Stamford, Conn., 1 8 March 
1 806 ; and was living at Ridgefield in Dec. 1 874. 



Chii. of Samuel Dauchy and Sally (Akely) Keeler. 

I. Albert Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 22 March 1822; a mason 
and shoemaker; married at Yorktown, N. Y., 21 Aug. 1846, by Rev. Mr. 
Lauren, Presbyterian, to Amanda Odell, dau. of Joseph and Clarissa (Secor) 
Odell, of Philipstown, N. Y., where she was born 8 Nov. 1821. They 
dwelt at Ridgefield for six years after marriage ; at Ellenville, N. Y., two 
years; at Ridgefield again, nearly six years; and, in Dec. 1859, moved to 
Knoxville, Tenn., where he was engaged in the boot and shoe trade. They 
left Knoxville, 8 Jan. 1865, for Ridgefield, where they remained till 4 Sept. 
1865; then moved to Newman, 111.; from there to Aplington, Iowa; and 
thence, in Nov. 1868, to lola, Kansas, where they were living in Jan. 1875. 
He died there, 27 Feb. 1875, and was buried in lola Cemetery. 

II. George Keeler, b. at New Fairfield, Conn., 22 June 1844; a 
harness-maker; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., Emma Combes, who died 
about 1866, in New York City ; married (2d) Almira Allen ; and was living 
at 744 Sixth Avenue, New York, in Nov. 1874. 

III. William Lester Keeler, b. at Bedford, N. Y., 27 March 1826; a 
dealer in milk; married, 15 Oct. 1856, his cousin, Clarissa Keeler, dau. of 
Albert Burr and Sarah Ann (Olmstead) Keeler. He died in his father's 
house at Bedford, 15 Feb. 1856, without children, from a disease of the 
heart; and was buried at North Stamford, Conn. For her subsequent 
marriages, see her record. 

5649 IV. Mary Elizabeth Keeler, b. 20 Nov. 1829; married Benjamin 
Hallett, of Whitlockville, N. Y. They were living at Willow Springs, 
Kansas, in Nov. 1874. 

5650 V. Eli Jennings Keeler, b. at Bedford, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1831; a shoe- 13728 
maker; married there, 31 Aug. 1851, Jane McKeel, of Croton, N. Y. 



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5653 



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5655 
5656 

5657 



5658 



They settled at Ridgefield, Conn. He enlisted there, n Aug. 1862, in 
Co. G, i Jth Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; was wounded in the side, at the 
battle of Gettysburgh ; and discharged, 19 July 1865, at Hilton Head, S. C. 
He married (2d) Amanda Foster. They settled at South Norwalk, Conn., 
where he died from his wound, 21 March 1867, and was buried in the 
Norwalk Cemetery. She was living at South Norwalk in Nov. 1874. 

VI. Smith Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 Sept. 1833; a shoe- 
maker; married Mary Hallett, of Whitlockville, N. Y., sister of Benjamin 
Hallett. He was living at Albina, formerly Willow Springs, Mo., in Nov. 
1874, and was constable of the town. 

VII. Clark Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 20 Jan. 1836; a farmer; 
married Mary Dickens; and settled on Katonah Street, near the foot of 
West Mountain, in Ridgefield, where they were living in Nov. 1874. 

VIII. Anna Augusta Keeler, b. at Bedford, N. Y., 4 June 1838; 
married in the Autumn of 1852, at her father's house in Whitlockville, 
N. Y., William Beckwith, a shoemaker, who was born in England, son of 
William Beckwith. She married (2d), 17 Aug. 1865, at Golden's Bridge, 
N. Y., Sylvester Williams, a farmer, who was born at Ridgefield, Conn., i 
Ap. 1833, son of Zadok and Polly (Bennett) Williams. See his record. 



Chil. of Major and Hannah (Keeler) Dickens. 

I. George Dickens. 

II. Milo Dickens. 
HI. Charles Dickens. 
IV. Clark Dickens. 

One of these was said to live at Reading, Conn., in Nov. 1874. 



Chil. of Daniel and Prua (Keeler) Hoyt. 

I. Hiram Burr Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 17 Dec. 1830; a dealer 
in hardware; married at South Hero, Vt, 22 Feb. 1854, by Rev. O. G. 
Wheeler, Congregational, to Juliette Kent, dau. of Helmer and Semantha 
(Fletcher) Kent, of South Hero, where she was born 7 Sept. 1832. They 
settled at West Union, Iowa, and were living there in Jan. 1875. 



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965 



II. Julia Ann Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 Aug. 1832; married 13744 
at South Hero, Vt, 20 Sept. 1864, by Rev. O. G. Wheeler, Congregational, 

to William Kent, a farmer, son of Helmer and Semantha (Fletcher) Kent, 
of South Hero, where he was born 14 Dec. 1827. They dwelt at South 
Hero for three years ; and then moved to West Union, Iowa, where they 
were still living in Jan. 1875. 

III. Grace Matilda Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 25 May 1835; '37SO 
married at South Hero, Vt, 31 March 1858, by Rev. O. G. Wheeler, 
Congregational, to James Scott Wright, a clerk, son of Josiah and Mary 
(Phelps) Wright, of South Hero. He was born in Canada East, 14 Oct 

1826. They dwelt at South Hero for three years; and then moved to 
West Union, Iowa, where they were still living in Jan. 1875. 

IV. Melissa Jane Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 4 Aug. 1837; 13753 
married at South Hero, Vt., 25 Ap. 1858, by Rev. John S. Mott, pastor of 

the Methodist Episcopal Church at Grand Isle, Vt, to Sidney White, a 
farmer, son of Timothy Duel and Abigail (Dixon) White, of South Hero, 
where he was born 7 Nov. 1835. They dwelt at South Hero till 1863; 
then moved to Volga City, Iowa; and were living there in Jan. 1875. 

V. Helen Mar Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2 June 1839; married 13757 
at Rouse's Point, N. Y., 8 Dec. 1863, by Rev. John N. Marain, Episcopal, 

to Tellsfo Rubyor, a farmer, son of Peter and Theresa (Rical) Rubyor, of 
South Hero, Vt. He was born at Lavaltrie, Canada East, 31 Oct. 1835. 
They settled at West Union, Iowa, and were living there in Jan. 1875. 

VI. Cynthia Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 20 May 1841; married at 
South Hero, Vt., 12 Nov. 1873, by Rev. O. G. Wheeler, Congregational, 
to Richard Moore Donaldson, a farmer, son of James and Hannah (Currie) 
Donaldson, of Swanton, Vt, where he was bora I Ap. 1848. They settled 
at South Hero, and were living there in Feb. 1875, without children. 

VII. John Addison Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 8 Feb. 1846; a 
farmer; married at Grand Isle, Vt, 7 Dec. 1870, by Rev. Robert Chrystie, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Helen B. Macomber, dau. of Wesson and Mary 
(Flint) Macomber, of Grand Isle, where she was born 18 Nov. 1850. They 
settled at Grand Isle, where she died 28 Sept. 1873, and was buried. 
He left Grand Isle, 3 Nov. 1873, for West Union, Iowa, where he was living 
in Jan. 1875, without children. 



Chil. of Albert Burr and Sarah Ann (Olmstead) Keeler. 1725 

I. Clarissa Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 22 Feb. 1837; married in 13762 
her father's house at Stamford, Conn., 16 Oct. 1855, her cousin, William 



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5668 
5669 



5670 



5671 



Lester Keeler, who died without children, 15 Feb. 1856, at Whitlockville, 
in Bedford, N. Y. She married (2d), 25 Dec. 1856, at North Stamford, 
Conn., James Hudson Lane, a salesman of boots and shoes, whose parents 
(names unknown) lived at New York City. He. died at Stamford, 23 Sept. 
1 86 1, aged 34 years; and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. She married (3d), 18 May 1866, at New Haven, Conn., Joseph 
Lockwood, a farmer, son of Gideon Weed and Mary (Ayers) Lockwood, of 
North Stamford, where he was born 7 July 1836. They settled at Peeks- 
kill, N. Y., and were living there in June 1875. 

II. Philip Burr Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 17 July 1840; a 
farmer; married at Stamford, Conn., 31 Jan. 1861, Emily Davis, who 
was born at Stamford, 9 Sept. 1845, dau. of Gould Selleck and Elsey 
(Stevens) Davis, of Stamford, afterward of New Canaan, Conn. They 
settled at Stamford, and afterward removed to South Hero, Vt, where 
they were living in Feb. 1875. He enlisted at Stamford, 18 Aug. 1862, 
as waggoner, in Co. A, 28th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry ; and was mustered 
out at New Haven, Conn., 28 Aug. 1863. 



Chil. of Philip Riley and Lydia (Bates) Keeler. 

I. George Bates Keeler, was living at South Hero, Vt., in Ap. 
1875- 

II. Frederick Lacy Keeler, died of fever, at New Orleans, La., 2 
June 1 864, unmarried. He served in the Union army. 

III. Charles Edward Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn.; a farmer; mar- 
ried at Lowell, Mass., 8 May 1871, Mary Ettie Murphy, dau. of John and 
Betsey (Edgerton) Murphy, of Stockholm, N. Y., where she was born 3 1 July 
1849. They dwelt at South Hero, Vt., till 1872; then moved to Newfield, 
Oceana Co., Mich., where they lived nearly three years; and, in the Spring 
of 1875, returned to South Hero. 

IV. Eudora Keeler, was living at South Hero, Vt, in Ap. 1875. 



Chil. of Clark Smith and Harriet Elizabeth (Beers) Keeler. 

I. Joseph Edgar Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 18 March 1841; a 
farmer; married at South Hero, Vt., 24 Dec. 1863, by Rev. Orville Gould 



Whitney Family. 



Wheeler, Presbyterian, to Marian Fletcher, dau. of William and Mary 
(Landon) Fletcher, of South Hero. She died without children, 17 Oct. 
1864, aged 22 years, and was buried at South Hero. He was married 
(2d), 21 March 1866, at South Hero, by Rev. Orville Gould Wheeler, to 
Sarah Martin, dau. of Lyman and Fanny (Ames) Martin. They settled 
at South Hero, and were living there in March 1875. 

II. Abner Beers Keeler, b. at South Hero, Vt, 2 June 1850; a 
teacher; was living at Bridgeport, Conn., in March 1875, unmarried. 



Chll. of Henry and Susan (Warner) Falrweather. 

I. Marsena Fairweather. 



II. William Fairweather. 

III. Richard Fairweather. 

IV. Henrietta Fairweather. 

V. Thomas Fairweather. 

VI. Henry Fairweather. 

All reported to be living at Williamsburgh, N. Y., in 1875. 

Chil. of Isaac and Sally (Fairweather) Albln. 

I. Isaac Henry Albin. 

II. Gould Albln. 

III. Jane Albin, married James H. Terpeny, a builder. They settled 
at New York City, and were living there in 1 876. 

IV. Theodore Albin. 

V. Charles Albin. 

VI. Sylvester Albin. 



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Chil. of George and Phebe Ames (Brockington) Fairweather. 

I. Mary Jane Fairweather, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 11 Oct. 
1836; was adopted by Titus K. and Lydia Ann Merrill, of Norwalk; 
married in March 1857, on Tavern Island, Norwalk, A. Wesley Hale, a 
master-mariner, from Glasco, N. Y. She died in New York City, 5 Aug. 
1857; and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery, Norwalk. 

II. George Nelson Fairweather, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 22 
Oct 1838 ; a hat-finisher; married in the Meth. Epis. parsonage at Bethel, 
Conn., 10 May 1865, by Rev. John S. Breckenridge, to Gertrude Morgan, 
dau. of Medad and Delanie (Ferry) Morgan, deceased, of Bethel, where 
she was born 5 July 1834. They dwelt at Danbury, Conn.; and then 
moved to South Norwalk, where they were living in Nov. 1875. 

III. Sarah Frances Fairweather, b. at Wilton, Conn., 27 May 
1842; married in her mother's house at South Norwalk, Conn., in Oct. 
1861, George Cummings, a plumber and coppersmith, who was born in 
New York City, son of John and Mary Cummings. They settled at South 
Norwalk, and were living there in Nov. 1875. 



Chil. of Benjamin and Hannah (Wllcox) Fairweather. 

I. Charles Henry Fairweather, b. about 1836; died at Newark, 
N. J., ii Feb. 1864, and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery, South Nor- 
walk, Conn. He married, but the name of his wife has not been obtained. 

i II. Elsie Fairweather, was living with her father, at Newark, N. J., 
in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 

III. George Benjamin Fairweather, b. 4 Oct. 1849; died 6 March 
1850, and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery, South Norwalk, Conn. 



Chil. of George and Mary Jane (Richards) Nash. 

5691 I. John Lewis Nash, b. at Norwalk, Conn., in Dec. 1847 ; died there, 

26 Ap. 1849, and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery. 



5692 



II. 



Nash, a son, b. about 1849; died on the same day. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of William Henry and Sarah Sophia (Schneller) Nash. 

I. Charles Daniel Nash, b. at Bethlehem, Perm., 15 Sept. 1857. 

II. Edward Augustus Nash, b. at Catasauqua, Perm., 31 March 
1859. 

III. Sidney Peter Nash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 14 Sept. 1862. 

5696 IV. Samuel Henry Nash, b. at South Nonvalk, Conn., 27 March 
1865. 



Chil. of Frederick Jackson and Mary Elizabeth (Nash) Nodine. 

I. Robert Hanford Nodine, b. at 34 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 25 Dec. 1853. 

II. Alida Nodine, b. at 144 Johnson Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 14 Oct 
1856. 



Chil. of Hanford Robert and Margaret Jane (Fallen) Nash. 

I. Frederick Alonzo Nash, b. at Newark, N. J., 19 Aug. 1852; a 
freighter; was living at Winona, Col., in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Nash, b. at Bethlehem, Penn., i Feb. 1855; was 
living with her father in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 

III. Margaret Maria Nash, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 12 Dec. 1856; 
married in the parsonage of the Second Methodist Episcopal Church at 
New Haven, Conn., n Feb. 1875, by Rev. George Alanson Taylor, to 
Myer Cohen, a clerk. They lived at Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1875. 

IV. George Hanford Nash, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 22 Oct. 1858; 
was living at Winona, Col., with his brother, in Oct. 1875. 

V. Charles Williamson Nash, b. at Pittsfield, Mass., 10 Nov. 1861; 
died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1862, and was buried in Cypress Hills 
Cemetery. 



969 



1746 



1747 



1748 



970 



5704 



5/05 



5706 



5709 



Rigkth Generation, 



Chil. of Jeduthan and Florinda (Ragan) Higby. 

I. Jeduthan Higby, b. 18 June 1807; died 22 June 1807. 

II. Laura Ann Higby, b. at West Turin, N. Y., 27 July 1810; married 
at Turin, N. Y., 9 Jan. 1828, Timothy Brooks Johnson, a farmer, son of 
Ebenezer and Clarissa (Brooks) Johnson, of Turin since 1803, formerly of 
Middletown, Conn., where he was born 7 Dec. 1802. She died at Turin, 
25 March 1835, and was buried there, in the River Road Cemetery. He 
married (2d), 5 Nov. 1835, at Martinsburgh, N.Y., Electa Pitcher, born 24 
Feb. 1810, dau. of David and Mary (Trowbridge) Pitcher. They dwelt at 
Glensdale, N. Y., in May 1877. 

III. Newton Milton Higby, b. at Turin, N. Y., 27 May 1812; a 
farmer; married there, 9 Feb. 1853, Alice M. Cole, dau. of Henry H. and 
Polly (Sconk) Cole, of Turin. She was born at Floyd, N. Y., 15 June 
1829. They dwelt at Turin; at Edwards, N. Y. ; and, finally, at New 
Hartford, Iowa, in March 1877. 



IV. Lucinda Catharine Higby, b. at Turin, N. Y., 12 March 1814; 13785 
married there, 27 Feb. 1841, Henry Smith; died at Turin, i Sept. 1853, 

and was buried there. 

V. James Harrison Higby, b. at Turin, N. Y., u March 1816; a 
farmer ; married there, 3 March 1 840, by Rev. Russell Way, Baptist, to 

Eliza Smith, dau. of Wanton and (Churchill) Smith. He enlisted 

in the Spring of 1862, as a private in the 59th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; 
and returned unhurt, having served two years on the Peninsula, and taken 
part in the second battle of Bull Run, and the engagements at Antietam 
and Chantilly. They were living at Chase's Lake, in Watson, N. Y., in 
Ap. 1877. 

VI. Philander Higby, b. at Turin, N. Y., 13 Oct. 1818 ; was drowned 
in Piseco Lake, Arietta, N. Y., 15 Dec. 1862, and was buried at Turin. It 
is said that he was the first man in the State of New York who attempted 
the artificial propagation of brook-trout. He did not marry. 



VII. Lysander Higby, b. at Turin, N. Y., 14 July 1822; a farmer; 
married there, 27 Dec. 1849, by Rev. R. Streeter, Baptist, to Olive 
Stanclift, dau. of Danford and Zilpah (Salmon) Stanclift, of Russia, N. Y., 
where she was born 27 July 1832. They dwelt at Turin till 1855 ; and 
then settled at West Turin, where they were living in Ap. 1877. 



57" 



5712 



57'3 



57H 



5715 
5716 

5717 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of James and Sally (Wickham) Ragan. 

I. Ransom Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 19 July 1823; an engineer; 
married there, 8 Jan. 1848, Sophia Antoinette Shepard, dau. of George 
and Mary Aurelia (Staplin) Shepard, of Watertown, N. Y. She was born 
at Turin, 25 Ap. 1828. They dwelt at Turin till 5 June 1855 ; moved to 
Sextonville, Wis. ; and finally settled at Prairie du Chien, Wis., where they 
were living in Ap. 1877. 

II. John Thomas Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 19 July 1826; a dairy- 
farmer; married, 28 Feb. 1850, Mary Delia Smith, dau. of Wanton and 
Lucy (Lane) Smith, of Turin, where she was born 22 Dec. 1829. They 
dwelt at Turin till 5 March 1855 ; at West Leyden, N. Y., till 23 Feb. 
1866; and then settled at Delta, N. Y., where they were living in 
Ap. 1877. 

III. Cynthia Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1829; married 
there, 11 March 1851, Marcellus Alonzo Searl, a farmer, son of William 
and Drusilla (Smith) Searl, of Turin, where he was born 12 June 1826. 
They dwelt at Turin till 4 Ap. 1872 ; moved to Glendale Station, in Mar- 
tinsburgh, N. Y., and kept a hotel till i Dec. 1874; and then returned to 
their farm in Turin, the same on which he was born, and were living there 
in Ap. 1877. 

IV. Roxy Ann Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 22 June 1831; married 
there, 2 Oct. 1850, Samuel Utley; died at Turin, without children, II Feb. 
1851, and was buried in Turin Cemetery. 



Chil. of Hannon and Sally (Phelps) Ragan. 

I. Ann Eliza Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 18 Jan. 1824; married, u 
Sept. 1845, William Allen. They were living at Turin in Ap. 1877. 

II. Sarah Jane Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 7 May 1825 ; married, 15 
Jan. 1850, Charles David Budd, a physician. They were living at Turin 
in Ap. 1877. 



971 



1753 
13795 



13802 



'754 
13804 

13806 



III. Delia M. Pagan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 23 Sept. 1829; married, 20 13809 
June 1848, George Met calf ; died at Turin 12 Dec. 1850, and was buried 
there. 



972 



Eighth Generation. 



5718 



5719 



5720 



5721 



5722 



5723 



5724 



Chil. of Egbert and Ruhama (Arthur) Ragan. 

I. Bradford Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 30 June 1823; a farmer; 
married at Martinsburgh, N. Y., 3 July 1844, Mary Jane Lyon, dau. of 
Rufus and Mary (Youngs) Lyon. She was born at Greenfield, Mass., 15 
Nov. 1820; and died at Turin, 28 June 1847, and was buried there. He 
married (2d), 25 Oct. 1847, at Turin, Mary Elizabeth Root, born at Mar- 
tinsburgh, 6 June 1829, dau. of Truman and Lydia (Granger) Root. They 
were living at Glensdale, N. Y., in March 1877. 

II. Ela Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 30 Oct. 1825 ; a dealer in cattle; 
married at Clermont, Iowa, 12 Ap. 1865, Jeanette Cillon, born at Roscoe, 
111., 28 July 1844, dau. of Alexander and Elspeth Gillon. They were 
living at Postville, Iowa, in March 1877. 

Chil. of Egbert and Jerusha (Johnson) Ragan. 

III. Elhanan Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1831; a farmer; 
married at Turin, 24 March 1853, Maria Dorothy Smith, dau. of John I. 
and Lany (Meseck) Smith, of Turin, where she was born. He married 
(2d), 22 Jan. 1874, at West Martinsburgh, N. Y., Mary Vienna Hills, born 
at Turin, dau. of Baxter Yale and Louisa (Wright) Hills. They were living 
at Glensdale, N. Y., in March 1877. 

IV. Elizabeth Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 21 June 1834; married at 
Copenhagen, N. Y., 16 Nov. 1859, Otis Ashley Shepard, a farmer, son of 
George and Mary (Staplin) Shepard, of Turin, where he was born 13 July 
1838. They were living at Turin in March 1877. 

V. Jerusha Ellen Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 8 June 1845 ; married 
at Houseville, N. Y., i Feb. 1871, Rozelle Cornelius Hills, a farmer, son of 
Cornelius and Harriet (Salmon) Hills, of Turin, where he was born 10 
Sept. 1839. They were living at Turin in March 1877. 

Chil. of Egbert and Nancy Maria (Hall) Ragan. 

VI. Willard Dayton Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 13 July 1856; and 
was living with his parents, at Houseville, N. Y., in March 1877. 



Chil. of Henry and Apollonia (Rockwell) Ragan. 

I. Laura Ann Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1835 ; married 
there, i June 1854, Seymour Augustus Perry, an inn-keeper, son of Ethan 



Whitney Family. 



973 



5725 



5726 



5727 
5728 



and Sophronia (Prindle) Perry, of Turin, where he was born 20 Aug. 
1828. 

II. Henrietta Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1838; married 
there, 14 Nov. 1867, James Bower, a merchants' clerk, son of William and 
Elizabeth Bower, from England. He was born at Oakwood, Victoria Co., 
C.W., 6 May 1845. 

Chit, of Henry and Mary (Harger) Ragan. 

III. Imogene Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1847; married 
there, 12 Jan. 1868, Hiram Schell, son of Adam and Charlotte (Harris) 
Schcll, of Greig, N. Y., where he was born 12 Sept. 1840. She died at 
Clear Lake, Iowa, 18 Jan. 1871, and was buried at Turin. He was living 
at Mason City, Iowa, in Ap. 1877; and was then sheriff of Cerro Gordo 
County. 

IV. Henry Harger Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1850; was 
living at Dubuque, Iowa, in Ap. 1877. 

V. Helen Cornelia Ragan, b. at Turin, N. Y., 20 July 1854. 



5729 
5729., 



57291, 

5729= 
5729* 

5729" 



Chit, of Reuben and Cynthia (Salmon) Woolworth. 

I. Almira Woolworth, b. at Turin, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1813. 

II. Angeline Woolworth, b. at Turin, N. Y., 18 March 1813; 
married there, i March 1837, by Elder Martin Salmon, Baptist, to Alvah 
Staplin, a farmer, who was born at Rutland, N. Y., 3 March 1813, son of 
Daniel and Esther (Wilson) Staplin. They dwelt at Turin till 1852; 
afterward at Gouverneur, N. Y. ; and were living at Rutland in June 1877. 

III. Harriet Woolworth, b. at Turin, N. Y., 15 July 1817; died there, 
14 Aug. 1818, and was buried in Turin Cemetery. 

IV. Cynthia Woolworth, b. at Turin, N. Y., 31 March 1819; and 
was living there in June 1877. 

V. Marietta Woolworth, b. at Turin, N. Y., u Sept. 1821; died 
there, 13 Ap. 1851, and was buried in Turin Cemetery. 

VI. Caroline Elizabeth Woolworth, b. at Turin, N. Y., 15 March 



13829 



1756 
13830 



'759 



3831 



13840 



974 



Righth Generation, 



57292 



5730 



5730= 



1824; died there, 14 May 1872, and was buried in Turin Cemetery. She 
was married, 19 Jan. 1847, by R CV - Mr. Kurd, Presbyterian, to George 
Duane Kentner, who was born at West Turin, N. Y., 23 June 1821, son of 
Amos and Lucinda (Clark) Kentner. 

VII. Charles Ensign Woolworth, b. at Turin, N. Y., 3 July 1826; 
died there, 18 Nov. 1839, and was buried in Turin Cemetery. 

VIII. Clinton Woolworth, b. at Turin, N. Y., 3 Jan. 1829; a farmer; 
married at West Turin, N. Y., 29 Dec. 1856, by Rev. Lucius L. Palmer, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Lucinda Lydia Thompson, who was born at West 
Turin, 7 Dec. 1 834, dau. of Chandler and Hannah (Markham) Thompson. 
They settled, with his father, on the homestead at Turin, and there died 
(she, 1 6 Ap. 1865 ; he, 11 Sept. 1866), and were buried in Turin Cemetery. 



Chil. of Stephen and Amy (Salmon) Searl. 1 

I. Crandison Searl, b. at Martinsburgh, N. Y.; and was living at 
Concord, Ohio, in June 1877. 

II. Harris Searl, b. at Martinsburgh, N. Y.; a merchant and lumber- 
man; married near Martinsburgh, Ohio, King; married (2d), at 

Geneva, N. Y., Mary E. Whiteman, who was living at Geneva in July 1877. 
He settled at Augusta, Wis., about 1857; and died there 13 March 1876. 
He had been postmaster for twelve years ; and, at the time of his death, 
was clerk of the circuit-court, having held that office for six years. He 
had also been county-surveyor for ten years. 

III. Henry Searl, b. at Martinsburgh, N. Y.; died in Berrien County, 
Mich. 

IV. George Searl, b. at Martinsburgh, N. Y.; died at Hampden, Ohio. 

V. Lucinda Searl, b. at Martinsburgh, N. Y. 



Child of James Madison and Mary Ann (Salmon) Henry. 
I. John Henry, was living at Turin, N. Y., in Feb. 1877. 

1 By a typographical error, this name has a final s at No. 1 760. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Elijah and Elizabeth (Benedict) Salmon. 

I. Mary Salmon, b. at Turin, N. Y., 5 Feb. 1817; married there, 8 
Aug. 1837, Bela Stone; died at Turin, 17 July 1860, and was buried in 
Turin Cemetery. 

II. Oliver Salmon, b. at Turin, N. Y., 18 Ap. 1820; a farmer; mar- 
ried at Potsdam, N. Y., 25 June 1842, Julia Anna White, 1 dau. of Gurdon 
and Betsey (Jones) White, of Rome, N. Y., where she was born 6 Aug. 
1818. They dwelt at Turin for two years; at Potsdam four years; at 
Martinsburgh, N. Y., two years; and then settled at Greig, N. Y., where 
they were living in Feb. 1877. He served in the war of 1861. 

III. Jane Salmon, b. at Turin, N. Y., 29 Aug. 1822 ; married there, 
6 Feb. 1847, Henry Nye, of Potsdam, N. Y. They were living at Brasher 
Falls, N. Y., in Feb. 1877. 



Chil. of James and Jeanette Ann (Doig) Benedict. 

I. Jane Cornelia Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1845; 
married, 8 Sept. 1868, Adoniram Lee Foot. They were living at Rome, 
N. Y., in Jan. 1877. 

II. James Clinton Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 27 June 1848; a 
dairy-man and stock-breeder; married at Lowville, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1874, 
by Rev. Henry Ward Bennett, Methodist Episcopal, to Amelia Lovisa 
Weiier, dau. of Harvey and Polly Wright (Sackett) Weller, of Lowville, 
where she was born 12 Jan. 1850. They settled at Turin, on the farm 
opposite his father's, 12 May 1874, and were living there in Feb. 1877. 

III. Andrew Doig Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., n Oct. 1856; and 
was living there in March 1877, a farmer, unmarried. 



Chil. of Ebenezer and Candace (Clark) Benedict. 

I. Sylvester Henry Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 7 June 1828; died 
10 Nov. 1868, unmarried. 



975 



i See the White Genealogy, p. 232. 



1765 
13848 

I38SI 



1768 



13858 



1769 



II. James Turner Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 28 Jan. 1833; 13860 
a farmer; married there, 2 Dec. 1855, Celia A. Jones, dau. of John Griffith 



Eighth Generation. 



5739 



5740 



5741 



5742 



5743 



5744 



5745 



and Jane (Williams) Jones, of Turin, where she was born 2 Aug. 1837. 
They settled at Turin, and were living there in Jan. 1 877. 

III. Madison Allen Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 28 Oct. 1837; 
died 8 June 1860, unmarried. 



Chll. of Levi and Clarissa (Wetmore) Benedict. 

I. Jane Erlinda Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 30 Jan. 1835; married, 
23 Sept. 1859, Martin Wllkin. He enlisted in the I4th Reg., N. Y. S. 
Artillery ; took part in the various engagements of the regiment ; and was 
kiiled, 27 March 1865, at the retaking of Fort Stedman. She married 
(ad), 7 June 1872, at Denmark, N. Y., Andrew Ryel. They settled at 
Copenhagen, N. Y., and were living there in March 1877. 

II. Oscar Hannibal Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 6 Nov. 1837; 
married at Denmark, N. Y., 2 Jan. 1873, Elelah Ryel. They were living 
at Denmark in March 1877. 

III. Homer Henry Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 5 Feb. 1840; a 
farmer; married at Leyden, N. Y., 25 Oct. 1872, Florence Rhoda Cookins, 
dau. of Daniel Warren and Eliza Ann (Rhodes) Gookins, of Fowler, 
N. Y., formerly of Boonville, N. Y., where she was born 12 Oct. 1851. 
They settled at Turin, and were living there in March 1877, without 
children. 

IV. Louisa Maria Benedict, b. at Turin, N. Y., 28 May 1844; died 
at Turin, 13 Oct. 1854, and was buried there. 



Chil. of John and Levantia White (Miller) Benedict. 

I. Sylvester Miller Benedict, b. at Lowville, N. Y., 2 July 1840; a 
merchant; married there, 25 July 1872, Catharine Evans, born in Wales, 
2 Feb. 1844, dau. of William and Ann (Jones) Evans. They settled at 
Lowville, and were living there in Jan. 1877, without children. 

II. John Spencer Benedict, b. at Lowville, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1 1844; 
died at Utica, N. Y., 30 May 1864, and was buried at Lowville. 

1 The Benedict Genealogy, p. 56, in error, says March. 





w 




Child of Jesse 


5746 


I. Edward Huntingtt 

1857 ; and was living there 




Chil. of Silas Franl 


5747 


I. John Benedict K< 



Whitney Family. 



; River, N. Y., in March 1877, unmarried. 

5748 ' II. Esther Frances Kellogg, b. 5 Sept. 1851; married, in 1874, 
Clayton L. Dennison. They were living at Lowville, N. Y., in March 1877. 



5749 



5750 



575i 



5752 



Chil. of Harvey and Deborah (Lyon) Riggs. 

I. James Alonzo Riggs, b. at Somers, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1817; a hatter; 
married at Southeast, N. Y., 23 Nov. 1836, Charlotte Matilda Lakey, of the 
same place. She was born in Pennsylvania, 25 Jan. 1818, dau. of John and 
Abigail (Reynolds) Lakey. They lived in Somers, Cross River, and per- 
haps in other parts of Westchester County, N. Y. She died, 3 Aug. 1868, 
in the house of her daughter, Mrs. Crane, at Dykeman's, in Southeast; 
and was buried at Cross River. He died, 22 Oct. 1872, at Croton Falls, 
N. Y.; and was buried at Somers. 

II. Lydia Riggs, b. at Somers, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1819; married at North 
Salem, N. Y., 28 Nov. 1841, James Clark, a carriage- maker, son of Jesse 
and Betsey (Elliott) Clark, of North Salem. He was born at Bedford, 
N. Y., 19 May 1819. They dwelt at Somers till Ap. 1852 ; and then set- 
tled at North Salem, where they were living in Jan. 1875. 

III. Miles Riggs, b. at Somers, N. Y., 13 May 1821; a farmer; mar- 
ried there, 19 Nov. 1846, Mary Jane Turner, dau. of Stephen and Harriet 
Bettey (Nickerson) Turner, of Somers, where she was born 29 Feb. 1 828. 
They settled at Somers, near Golden's Bridge post-office, and were living 
there in Feb. 1875. 

IV. Irene Campbell Riggs, b. at Somers, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1826; mar- 
ried, 19 Oct. 1843, Absalom Finch ; and settled at Springfield, Ohio. 

138 



977 



1775 



1776 



1780 
13862 



13867 



13870 



97 8 



5753 
5754 



5755 



5756 

5757 



5758 



5759 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Josiah Anson and Hester Ann (Martin) Riggs. 

I. Melissa Riggs, b. at Fishkill, N. Y. ; died of consumption. 

II. Mary RiggS, b. at Beekman, N. Y. ; married at Stormville, N. Y., 
4 Sept. 1848, by Elder Robinson, Baptist, to Smith Morton, a dealer in 
wood and coals, son of Morris and Tamar (Knapp) Horton, of Fishkill, 
where he was born 11 Jan. 1822. They dwelt in Dutchess Co. till Nov. 
1866; and then moved to Dwight, 111., where she died of consumption, 5 
Sept. 1867, and was buried. He was married (2d), 10 Sept. 1868, at 
Dwight, by Elder J. Fisk, Baptist, to Clarissa Maria Smith ; and in the 
Spring of 1871, returned to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he was living in 
June 1875, at 40 Jefferson Street. 

III. Northrop RiggS, b. at Beekman, N. Y., 20 Feb. 1825 ; a mason; 
married at Fishkill, N. Y., 24 March 1849, Maria Catharine Terwilliger, 
who was born at Fishkill, 7 May 1827, dau. of James Mullin and Sally 
(Carman) Terwilliger. They dwelt at Fishkill till 1853; then moved to 
Joliet, 111.; and, in 1855, settled at Dwight, III, where they were still living 
in Jan. 1875. He enlisted at Dwight, as 3d sergeant, in Co. B, i2Qth Reg., 
111. Vol., 10 Sept. 1862 ; appointed 2d sergeant, 2 Nov. 1862 ; ist sergeant, 
i Sept. 1864; and was discharged at Chicago, 111., 7 June 1865, having 
taken part in the battles at Resaca, Dallas Woods, Burnt Hickory, Peach 
Tree Creek, and Atlanta. 

IV. Lydia Ann RiggS, married Thomas Smith, from England. They 
were living at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in Jan. 1875. 

V. Catharine Elizabeth Riggs, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 28 May 1829; 
married there, 19 Feb. 1852, by Rev. Nathaniel Robinson, Baptist, to 
Eliphalot Smith Rundell, a butcher, son of Jesse and Anna (Smith) 
Rundell, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he was born 10 Jan. 1820. They 
settled at West Point, N. Y. ; thence moved, i March 1864, to Highland 
Falls, N. Y. ; and were living there in Feb. 1875. 

VI. Phebe Jane RiggS, b. 4 Nov. 1830; married Job Benjamin, son 

of Job and Polly (Seaman) Benjamin, of Stormville, in East Fishkill, N. Y. ; 
and died of consumption at Stormville. 

VII. Thomas RiggS, b. at Beekman, N. Y., 6 Nov. 1831; died at 
Matteawan, N. Y., 30 March 1869, and was buried there. 

VIII. Harvey RiggS, b. at East Fishkill, N. Y., 14 Nov. 1833 ; a dealer j 13889 
in lumber; married at Dwight, 111., 20 Feb. 1860, Sarah Ann Kyler, dau. 

of Lyman and Martha (Drennen) Kyler, of Dwight. She was born at 



5761 



5762 
5763 



5764 



5765 



Whitney Family. 



Huntingdon, Penn., 5 Feb. 1838. They dwelt at Dwight till Sept. 1861; 
and then moved to Pontiac, in the same county, where they were yet living 
in Jan. 1875. 

IX. Caroline Riggs, b. at Beekman, N. Y., 14 June 1835; married 
at Matteawan, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1857, by Rev. Daniel Sherwood, Baptist, to 
Joseph Bent ley, 1 a file-forger, born in England, son of David and Mary 
(Brooks) Bentley, the latter residing in Matteawan at the time of his mar- 
riage. They settled at Matteawan ; where she died 1 8 June 1 870, and was 
buried in the Episcopal Cemetery. She is remembered as " a zealous 
member of the Baptist Church, and a brilliant poetess." 

X. Irena Riggs, died of consumption. 

XI. Martin Smith Riggs, b. at Green Haven, in Beekman, N. Y., 9 
Ap. 1839; a mason and plasterer; married at Matteawan, N. Y., 10 Oct. 
1867, Mary Elizabeth Rogers, dau. of Warren and Jane (Palmer) Rogers, of 
Matteawan, where she was born 14 Dec. 1843. They settled at Matteawan, 
and were living there in Jan. 1875. He served in the Union army for four 
years during the war of 1861. 

XII. Horace Miles Riggs, b. at Stormville, in Fishkill, now East 
Fishkill, N. Y., 8 March 1841 ; a carpenter; married at Matteawan, N. Y., 
2 Ap. 1864, by Rev. John S. Kingsland, Methodist, to Maggie E. Frost, 
dau. of Holmes and Azubah (Barrett) Frost, of Matteawan. She was born 
at Fishkill, 19 Nov. 1847. They dwelt at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., for two 
years; at Dwight, 111., for three years; and then returned to Matteawan, 
where he died, 24 June 1 874, of consumption, which was brought on by 
exposure for several days in the Chickahominy Swamp, during his service 
in the Union army. He was buried in the Episcopal Cemetery at Mattea- 
wan. He enlisted at Albany, N. Y., as a private, in the Reg., N. Y. S. 
Vol.; took part, as lieutenant, in the battles of Bull Run (2d), Antietam, 
Ball's Bluff, Fredericksburgh, and the seven days fight before Richmond ; 
but was finally compelled by illness to offer his resignation. He was a 
member of the Baptist Church in Matteawan ; and his associates report 
him " as good a soldier of Christ as he had been of his country, vigorous, 
full of useful work, and possessing the confidence and love of all who knew 
him." She was living at Matteawan in Jan. 1875. 

XIII. William Henry Riggs, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 10 March 1843; a 
soldier in the war of 1861; married, and was living at Streator, 111., in 
1875. 

'His first wife was Mary Elizabeth Jennings, Elizabeth Beckwith, of Red Hook, N. Y. They 
from Sing Sing, N. Y. ; his third was Ellen were living at Matteawan in Feb. 1875. 



979 



13897 



13900 



13903 



980 



Eighth Generation. 



5766 



5767 

5768 
5769 

5770 



5771 



5772 



5773 



XIV. Charles Seaman Riggs, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1846; a 
soldier of 1861 ; married in Michigan, and was living at Englishville, Mich., 
in Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of Samuel and Elizabeth (Haight) Riggs. 

I. Daniel Riggs, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1811; a carpenter; 
married, 16 June 1834, Hannah Nelson; died in New York City, 5 June 
1864, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. She was living at Cold 
Spring, N. Y., in Feb. 1875. 

II. David Riggs, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 3 Nov. 1813; a tailor ; died 
at Maiden, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1836, unmarried. 

III. Albert Riggs, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 9 Dec.i8i5 ; acarpenter; 
married, 19 Sept. 1839, Hannah Knapp ; married (2d), in Sept. 1840, Mary 
Paneer ; and was living at Godfrey, 111., in Feb. 1875. 

IV. Isaac Riggs, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1818 ; a dealer in 
dry goods and groceries; married at Philipstown, 23 Aug. 1841, Maria 
Haight, dau. of Sylvanus and Margaret (Craft) Haight, of Philipstown, 
where she was born, 4 Feb. 1821. They settled at Philipstown ; and were 
dwelling there, in the village of Cold Spring, in March 1875, having lived 
three years in Montgomery, and five years in Fishkill, N. Y. He has been 
Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue ; was an enrolling officer during the 
war of 1 86 1 ; and has been, for eight years, a Justice of the Peace. 

V. John Riggs, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 20 June 1820; a machinist; 
married, 4 Sept. 1844, Mary Henry. She died 3 Aug. 1848, aged 22 years, 
and was buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery at Matteawan, N. Y. He 
married (2d), in June 1851, Hannah Peck; and was living at Godfrey, 111., 
in Feb. 1875. 

VI. Samuel Smith Riggs, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 22 July 1822; 
went to sea about 1842; and his family, having heard nothing from him in 
thirty-three years, suppose him to be dead. 

VII. William Riggs, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 16 May 1824; an iron- j 13917 
moulder; married, in Feb. 1846, Fanny Henry, sister to his brother John's 

wife. She was born 20 March 1824; died 3 June 1850, and was buried in 
the Presbyterian Cemetery at Matteawan, N. Y. He married (2d), in Dec. 
1851, Melissa Mead ; and was living at Cold Spring, N. Y., in Feb. 1875. 



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VIII. Susan Riggs, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., u July 1826; was 
living at Cold Spring, N. Y., in Feb. 1875, unmarried. 

IX. Mary Elizabeth Riggs, b. at St. Andrew's, in Montgomery, 
N. Y., 10 Feb. 1833 ; married at Fishkill Landing, N. Y., 1 1 Oct. 1854, by 
Rev. James Harkness, Presbyterian, to William Thurston Valentine, a 
carpenter and builder, son of William and Elizabeth (Folsom) Valentine, 
of Fishkill Landing, where he was born 9 Ap. 1833. They settled at 
Albany, N. Y.; and were living there, at 133 Lancaster Street, in March 
1875. 



Chit, of Isaac and Marinda (Smith) Riggs. 

I. Mehetabel Riggs, b. at Ridgeficld, Conn., 12 Oct. 1812; died at 
New York City, 27 July 1825. 

II. Clark Riggs, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., n Dec. 1814; a tanner and 
currier; married at Derby, Conn., in Aug. 1835, Mary A. Newton, who 
died at Humphreysville, now Seymour, Conn., about 1838. He married 
(2d) Louisa Robinson, of New Haven, Conn. He settled at Humphreys- 
ville, Conn. ; and moved thence to Rochester, N. Y., where he died 20 
March 1 867. His widow lived in Massachusetts in 1 873. 

III. Smith Riggs, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 5 Aug. 1822; a cabinet- 
maker; married at Birmingham, Conn., 5 Jan. 1855, Mary Ann Tomlinson, 
dau. of James Tomlinson. They settled at North Wilton, Conn., where he 
died of consumption, 31 May 1867. She went, as a teacher, to California, 
and was living there in 1873. 

IV. Jacob Riggs, b. at New York City, 31 May 1825; a seaman; 
died of consumption, 1 1 Feb. 1 847. 

V. Charles Mortimer Riggs, b. in Allen Street, New York City, 14 
March 1834; a railway-conductor; married at Wilton, Conn., 5 Nov. 
1868, Caroline Celia Nash, of Westport, Conn., where she was born 18 
Jan. 1845. They settled at Norwalk, Conn., and were living there in Sept. 
1875. He served for three years in the war of 1861. 



Chil. of Lockwood and Polly (Riggs) Cray. 

I. Sarah Ann Cray, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 1 8 Ap. 1812; married 
there, 20 Feb. 1830, in her father's house, Hiram Roberts, a shoemaker, 



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son of Caleb and Anna (Smith) Roberts, and g. son of Josiah and Joanna 
(Smith) Smith, of Ridgefield, where he was born about 1808. He died, 
without children, in his father's house at Ridgefield, 12 June 1831, and was 
buried in Titicus Cemetery. She married (2d), 20 Feb. 1834, at their 
home in Ridgefield, Levi Roberts, a farmer, brother of her first husband. 
He was born at Ridgefield about 1 806 ; died there, without children, 23 
June 1841, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. She married (3d), 20 
Feb. 1842, Lewis stebbins Seymour, a shoemaker and farmer, who was 
born at Wilton, Conn., 28 Aug. 1810, son of Samuel and Heligee (Steb- 
bins) Seymour. They settled at North Wilton, and were living there in 
Jan. 1875. 

II. Henry Cray, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 16 Feb. 1814; a hatter; 
married at Newark, N. J., Charlotte Griffith, of New Jersey; died at 
Ridgefield, 12 Aug. (town-record says 12 Dec.) 1848, and was buried in 
Titicus Cemetery. He had a family, all of whom, with the exception of 
his eldest son, pre-deceased him ; but we have been unable to obtain par- 
ticulars. 

III. Mariette Cray, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 31 Aug. 1815; died at 
Newark, N. J., 3 Nov. 1846, aged 31 years, and was buried there. 

IV. Eliza Jane Cray, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 29 Dec. 1817; died at 
Ridgefield, 18 Jan. 1834, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

V. George Cray, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 15 Ap. 1820; a carpenter; 13930; 
and joiner; married at Newark, N. J., 19 Oct. 1843, by R CV - John L. 
Lenhart, Methodist Episcopal, to Mary Amelia Foster, dau. of Jonah and 2824 
Sally (Hunt) Foster, of Ridgefield, where she was born 22 March 1822. 

They settled at Ridgefield; and, in Ap. 1871, moved to Danbury, Conn., 
where they were living in Feb. 1875. He enlisted at Ridgefield, 15 Aug. 
1862, as corporal, in Co. G, I7th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; and was dis- 
charged, for general debility, in Ap. 1863. 

VI. Charles Cray, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 9 March 1822; died there, 
1 6 Jan. 1830, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

VII. John Cray, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 7 Nov. 1824; a carpenter; 13932 
married in Madison Street, New York, 25 June 1852, by Rev. Dr. Hat- 
field, Presbyterian, to Eliza Gilligan, dau. of Thomas and Eliza (Wren) 
Gilligan, of Dublin, Ireland, where she was born 10 Nov. 1823. He went 

to Ridgefield, i Feb. 1842; to Danbury, Conn., I May 1844; to Hoboken, 
N. J., I Nov. 1846; to Jersey City, N. J., in July 1847; to Cuddeback- 
ville, N. Y., in Sept. 1848; to New York City in May 1849; to Melrose, 
N. Y., in Ap. 1854; returned to New York in Ap. 1865 ; and, in Ap. 1868, 



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moved to 118 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., where they were living 
in March 1875. 

VIII. William Cray, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., i March 1827; married 
at Newark, N. J., Jane Smith, of that city; died at Newark, of consump- 
tion, 25 Aug. 1853, and was buried there. 



I. 



Chll. of Daniel and Lumerec (Ryerson) Riggs. 
RiggS, a son, name not reported ; b. at, or near, Trenton, N. J. 

II. Richard Ryerson Riggs, b. at, or near, Trenton, N. J. He and 
his brother were brought up by their grandfather, Richard Ryerson ; and 
settled, it is said, in New York City. 



Chil. of Cyrus and Eliza Wood (Squire) Riggs. 

I. Albert Bidwel Riggs, b. at Marysburgh, U. C, 25 Sept. 1824; 
a millwright and engineer; married at Thurlovv, C. W., 29 Oct. 1846, 
Sophronia Denyes, born at Thurlow, u Ap. 1829, dau. of Peter and Mary 
Ann (Sills) Denyes, natives of Germany. They dwelt at Madoc, C. W. ( 
till 1848; at Watertown, N. Y., till 1850; at Madoc again, till 1854; at 
Listowel, C. W., till 1868; and then settled at Cheboygan, Mich., where they 
were living in Ap. 1875. He has filled the offices of Justice of the Peace, 
Superintendent of the Poor, and Superintendent of Schools. 

II. Edward Squire Riggs, b. at Adolphustown, U. C, 29 Oct. 1825 ; 
a machinist and engineer; shipped in the Autumn of 1845, as armorer's 
mate, on the U. S. Ship Columbia, and went to the East Indies and China, 
returning in time to take part in the capture of Vera Cruz, Mexico ; and 
was discharged at Norfolk, Va., 25 Oct. 1847. He was married at Madoc, 
C. W., 24 July 1849, b y Rev. Stephen Miles, Wesleyan Methodist, to 
Sarah Ann Powers, dau. of John and Nancy (Gilbert) Powers, of Belleville, 
C. W., where she was born 29 May 1828. They were living at Cheboy- 
gan, Mich., in Feb. 1876. 

III. Lydia Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 24 Dec. 1828; married at 
Belleville, C. W., u Ap. 1847, b Y R ev. John Grear, Episcopal, to Francis 
Stead, a farmer, son of Thomas and Ann (Downing) Stead, of Elzevir, 
C. W. He was born at Teviotdale, Eng., n Aug. 1827. They dwelt at 
Madoc for two years; at Elzevir for seventeen years; and then, I Oct. 



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1867, settled at Cheboygan, Mich., where she died 15 Nov. 1871. She 
was buried in the Riggs burial-place, at Inverness, Mich. He was living 
at Cheboygan in Feb. 1876; and had been a Justice of the Peace. 

IV. Rowena Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 11 Feb. 1830; married 
Bacon ; and lived at Madoc, Ont., in Feb. 1876. 

V. Miles Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 16 Dec. 1832 ; died near Water- 
town, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1850. 

VI. Lewis Warner Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., i May 1834; a 
blacksmith; married there, 4 Oct. 1859, by Rev. T. G. Colwell, "Bible 
Christian," to Victoria Sabrina Darley, dau. of William John and Mary 
(Clark) Darley, of Kingston, C. W., where she was born 12 Jan. 1838. 
They dwelt at Madoc till March 1 863 ; then moved to Brighton, C. W. ; 
thence to Inverness, Mich. ; and from there to Cheboygan, Mich. ; and 
were living there in Feb. 1876. 

VII. Hiram Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 2 Dec. 1836; and was living 
there in Feb. 1876. 

VIII. Susan Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 24 Nov. 1838; died in the 
Winter of 1874-5. 

IX. Cyrus Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 14 Ap. 1840; a farmer; married 
there, 14 March 1865, Hester Ann Woodward, dau. of Alpheus Burton and 
Elizabeth Ann (McCoy) Woodward, of Hungerford, C. W., where she was 
born 20 Oct. 1845. They were living at Cheboygan, Mich., in Feb. 1876. 

X. Eliza Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 5 Jan. 1842; a milliner; was 
living at Glencoe, Ont., in Feb. 1876, unmarried. 

XI. William Faucette Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 7 May 1844; a 
wholesale-dealer in wines; married at Flint, Mich., 23 March 1872, Donna 
Maria Hastings, dau. of David and Mary Louisa (Doty) Hastings, of 
Davison, Mich., where she was born 22 June 1854. They were living at 
Vassar, Mich., in Nov. 1876, without children. 

XII. Delina Amanda Riggs, b. at Madoc, U. C., 22 July 1846; 
married there, 22 Dec. 1863, by Rev. Mr. Harris, Wesleyan Methodist, to 
Robert Hay, a carpenter, born in Scotland, 27 Ap. 1843, son of Robert and 
Catharine (McKiddie) Hay. They dwelt at Listowel, C. W., for seven 
years; at Brookfield, Mo., one and a half years ; and then settled at 
Trenton, Mo., where they were living in March 1 876. 



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XIII. John Harris Riggs, b. at Madoc, C. W., 24 Sept. 1848; a 
merchant; married at Cheboygan, Mich., 27 Nov. 1868, Annls Elizabeth 
Woodward, dau. of Alpheus Burton and Elizabeth Ann (McCoy) Wood- 
ward, of Hungerford, C. W., where she was born 20 March 1850. They 
dwelt at Listowel for two years ; and then settled at Cheboygan, where 
she died 14 Feb. 1873. He was living at Vassar, Mich., in Feb. 1876. 



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Chil. of John and Martha (Riggs) Pringle. 1794 

I. Miles Pringle, b. at Richmond, U. C, 29 June 1822 ; a carpenter; 13961 
married at Brighton, C. W., 15 March 1857, Elizabeth Jane Leary, dau. of 
Benjamin and Mary (Kendall) Leary, of Kingston, C. W. She was born i 

at Ottawa, C. W., 28 Dec. 1838. They settled at Napanee, C. W.; and 
were living there in Feb. 1 876. 

II. Alfred Pringle, b. at Richmond, U. C, i Sept. 1824; afarmerand 13968 
brick-maker; married at Madoc, C. W., 26 Dec. 1848, by Rev. Stephen 

Miles, Wesleyan Methodist, to Sarah Ann Fretts, dau. of Caspar and 
Magdalene (Huffman) Fretts, of Thurlow, C. W., and (prior to 1831) of: 
North Fredericksburgh, U. C., where she was born 16 July 1827. They! 
dwelt at Richmond till Ap. 1869; at Belleville, Ont, till Ap. 1870; and 
then settled at Napanee, Ont, where they were living in Ap. 1876. 

III. Ezra Healy Pringle, b. at Richmond, U. C, 13 Aug. 1827; mar- 
ried at South Fredericksburgh, C. W., Martha Darley; and was living at 
Brighton, Ont, in March 1876. 

IV. George Ferguson Pringle, b. at Richmond, U. C, 31 March 13981 
1830; a blacksmith; married at Tyendenaga, C. W., 14 March 1854, ! 
Azubah Grant, dau. of John and Mary (Huffman) Grant, of Tyendenaga, 
where she was born 22 July 1837. He died, 25 Jan. 1874, at Half Moon 

Bay, California. She was living at Napanee, Ont, in March 1876. 

V. Solomon Waldron Pringle, b. at Napanee, Richmond, U. C., i 13986 
March 1833; a carpenter and joiner; married there, 3 Ap. 1869, Mary 

Maria Leary, dau. of Benjamin and Mary (Kendall) Leary, of Napanee, 
where she was born 22 Aug. 1851. They settled at Napanee, and were 
living there in May 1876. 

VI. Joseph Anson Pringle, twin, b. at Richmond, U. C., 22 May 13989 
1836; a brickmaker; married at Madoc, -Ont, 2 Sept. 1872, by Rev. James 

Egan, Methodist Episcopal, to Emily Margaret Abbot, dau. of Francis and 
Margaret (West) Abbot, of Tudor, Ont. She was born at Russel, C. W., 



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20 May 1849. They dwelt at Rowdon, Ont, till 12 Nov. 1874; and then 
settled at Madoc, where they were living in May 1 876. 

VII. John Wesley Pringle, twin, b. at Richmond, U. C., 22 May 
1836; married at Napanee, C. W., 16 March 1863, by Rev. J. C. Brunelle, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Eliza Jane Kendall, dau. of Francis and Mary 
(Blake) Kendall, of Kingston, C. W. She was born at Toronto, C. W., 16 
Oct. 1837. They dwelt at Napanee till 1875; and then settled at Toronto, 
where they were living in Ap. 1876. 

VIII. Hannah Jane Pringle, b. at Richmond, U. C., 4 Feb. 1841; 
died there, 4 Feb. 1855, and was buried in Napanee Cemetery. 

IX. Lewis Pringle, b. at Richmond, U. C., 25 July 1843 ; married at 
Belleville, Ont., Catharine Miles; and was living at Belleville in Ap. 1876. 



Chil. of Lewis and Harriet Ann (Harris) Riggs. 

I. Alfred RiggS, b. in Sept. 1837 ; died at Madoc, C.W., 5 Sept. 1858. 

II. Matilda RiggS, was living in Nebraska in Ap. 1875. 

III. Coleman Harris RiggS, was living in Kansas in Ap. 1875. 

IV. Alberta RiggS, was living in Kansas in Ap. 1875. 



Chil. of Martin and Mary Jane (Eager) Riggs. 

I. Mary Ann RiggS, b. at Madoc, C. W., 31 July 1838; married in 
her father's house at Elzevir, C. W., 25 Oct. 1857, by Rev. Thomas 
McMullen, Wesleyan Methodist, to Lawrence Stover Denyes, a merchant, 
son of Peter and Mary Ann (Sills) Denyes, of Thurlow, C. W. They 
dwelt at Mitchell, C. W., for two years; at Listowel, C. W., six years; and 
then moved to Brookfield, Mo., where she died, 20 Ap. 1872, and was 
buried. He was living at Brookfield in Ap. 1876. 

II. Martha Jane RiggS, b. at Madoc, C. W., 27 Oct. 1839; married 
at Queensborough, C. W., 2 Jan. 1860, by Rev. John Ryerson Phillips, 
Methodist Episcopal, to a cousin of her sister Mary's husband, John 
Wesley Denyes, a farmer, son of Jacob and Sarah (Lake) Denyes, of 



Whitney Family. 



Thurlow, C. W., where he was born 27 Feb. 1832. They settled at 
Thurlow, on the farm where was born; and were living there in Ap. 1876. 

III. John Riggs, b. at Madoc, C. W., 13 Dec. 1840; a merchant; 
married in her father's house, 13 Ap. 1865, by Rev. Benjamin Day, Con- 
gregational, to Margaret McDonald, dau. of Alexander and Mary 
(Hamilton) McDonald, of Listowel, C. W. She was born near Belleville, 
C. W., 22 March 1844. They dwelt at Listowel till 10 Ap. 1866; at 
Brookfield, Mo., till 3 Feb. 1876; and then returned to Listowel, where 
they were living in Ap. 1876. He was one of the Town Board, and 
Treasurer of Brookfield, in 1875. 

IV. Phebe Maria Riggs, b. at Madoc, C. W., 11 Jan. 1845; married 
in her father's house at Listowel, C. W., 7 March 1865, by a Congrega- 
tional minister, to Andrew Climie, a farmer, son of William and Janet 
(Hamilton) Climie, of Wallace, one mile west of Listowel. He was born 
at Innesfield, C. W., 31 Jan. 1841. They settled at Wallace; and were 
living there in Ap. 1876. 

V. Stephen Miles Riggs, b. at Madoc, C. W., 19 Sept. 1847; 
married in her father's house, 8 Feb. 1875, by Rev. C. C. Harrah, Congre- 
gational, to Emma Rose Benway, dau. of Moses Benway, of Linn Co., 
Mo. They were living at Brookfield, Mo., in Ap. 1876. 

VI. Lucinda Elizabeth Riggs, b. at Madoc, C. W., 9 Nov. 1849; 
married in her father's house at Brookfield, Mo., 5 May 1869, by Rev. Guy 
Hamilton, Methodist Episcopal, to Sheldon Joseph Merchant, a farmer, 
son of Chauncey Hide and Helen Delano (Vansyle) Merchant, of Busti, 
N. Y. He was born at New Albion, N. Y., 2 Nov. 1843. They settled at 
Ridge, Mo., and were living there in Ap. 1876. 

VII. Margaret Riggs, b. at Elzevir, C. W., 18 July 1855 ; died there 
25 Nov. 1857, and was buried in Hazard's Corners Cemetery. 



I. 



Child of George Washington and Marietta (Wood) Riggs. 

RiggS, a son, name not obtained ; was living in California, 



it is said, in March 1 876. 



Chil. of Chauncey and Lucinda (Wood) Riggs. 



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I. Burrall Riggs, b. at Norfolk, Conn., in 1831; and was living at 14021 

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II. Albert RiggS, b. at Cornwall, Conn., 3 June 1833 ; a locomotive- 14022 
engineer; married at Wolcottville, Conn., 9 Oct. 1853, Frances Caroline 
Williams, dau. of John Spencer and Mary Ann (Dunbar) Williams, of 
Stockbridge, Mass., where she was born 19 Dec. 1835. He was living at 
Winchester Centre, Conn., in March 1876. 

III. Lewis RiggS, b. at Cornwall, Conn., 24 Jan. 1835 ; a blacksmith; 14024 
married at Hillsdale, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1853, Julia Beach, dau. of Caleb and 

Ann (Rathbone) Beach, of Winchester Centre, Conn., where she was born 
17 Dec. 1831. He enlisted at Torrington, Conn., in the 4th Reg., Conn. 
Vol. Infantry (afterward the ist Reg., Conn. Heavy Artillery), 24 July 
1861; and was discharged 13 Aug. 1862. They dwelt at Torrington till 
1 5 Jan. 1867; and then moved to Waterbury, Conn., where they were 
living in March 1876. 



Chil. of Norman and Mercy Matilda (Cowles) Riggs. 

I. Joseph Cowles RiggS, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 12 June 1849; 
was living there in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 



II. Caroline Matilda Riggs, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 18 Nov. 1853; 
and was living there with her father, in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 

III. Antoinette RiggS, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 1 8 May 1857; died 
there, 5 Dec. 1857, and was buried in the South End Cemetery. Her re- 
mains were removed, 24 Oct. 1874, to the cemetery at Winchester Centre, 
Conn. 



Chil. of Frederick and Mary (Riggs) Bronson. 

I. Lev! Frederick Bronson, b. at Winchester, Conn., 7 Feb. 1842; 
a farmer; married at North Canaan, Conn., 27 Sept. 1866, by Rev. William 
H. Williams, Episcopal, to Ellen Irene Stevens, dau. of Seth and Eunice 
(Munson) Stevens, of North Canaan, where she was born 25 Ap. 1843. 
They settled at North Canaan, and were living there, near East Canaan 
post-office, in March 1875. 

II. Mary Louise Bronson, b. at North Canaan, Conn., 8 Dec. 1848; 
married there, 3 1 Dec. 1 867, by Rev. Marvin R. Lent, Methodist, to George 
Washington Roraback, a farmer, son of William Franklin and Alvina 
(Niver) Roraback, of North Canaan. He was born at Sheffield, Mass., 6 
May 1849. They settled at East Canaan, Conn., and were living there in 
March 1875. 



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III. Annis Harriet Bronson, b. at North Canaan, Conn., 23 Dec. 
1852; married, in 1871, at Millerton, N. Y., Myron Brady, a painter; and 
settled at New Hartford, Conn., where they were living in Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of Lewis and Eliza Ann (Clark) Riggs. 

I. Clara Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 8 Ap. 1839; married 
Stephen E. McNall, son of William and Civil (Seward) McNall. They were 
living at Franklinville in Jan. 1875. He has been an Assessor in his town. 

II. Annie Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 21 May 1840; married 
Charles W. Phillips, son of Peter and Lucy (Carpenter) Phillips. They 
dwelt at Olean, N. Y., in Jan. 1875. 

III. Thankful Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 27 Feb. 1842; mar- 
ried William T. Clarke, son of Staley and Eunice (Thayer) Clarke. They 
dwelt at Franklinville in Jan. 1875. He served in the war of 1861. 

IV. Lewis Clark Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 14 July 1844; 
married Martha McCeorge, dau. of William and Louisa (Brooks) McGeorge. 
They were living at Franklinville in Jan. 1875. 

V. Laura Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 28 Sept. 1845; married 
Wright S. Cummlngs, son of Solomon and Mary (Graves) Cummings. 
They dwelt at Franklinville in Jan. 1875. 

VI. Mary Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 28 Ap. 1848; married 
Benjamin F. Steele, son of Oliver George Steele. They dwelt at Frank- 
linville in Jan. 1875. 

VII. Harmon Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1850; and 
was living there in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 

VIII. Cora Melissa Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 19 Ap. 1854; 
married in her mother's house at Franklinville, 12 Oct. 1874, Homer 
Stoddard Grossman, a farmer, son of Amos and Edey Olive (Wait) Cross- 
man, of Sandusky, in Freedom, N. Y., where he was born 16 Oct. 1853. 
They were living at Freedom in Feb. 1875. 

IX. Benjamin Franklin Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 6 Aug. 
1857. 

X. Miles Riggs, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1860. 



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Chil. of Hiram Harmon and Mary Ann (Kilbourn) Riggs. 

I. Laura Thankful Riggs, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 19 Nov. 1836; mar- 
ried, 27 May 1858, Aner Bradley, of Waterbury, Conn., where they were 
living in Jan. 1875. 

II. Lewis Kilbourn Riggs, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 26 Dec. 1842 ; died 
at Norfolk, 28 Sept. 1851, and was buried there. 

Child of Hiram Harmon and Marilla (Kilbourn) Riggs. 

III. Mary Ann Riggs, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 25 June 1851; died at 
Norfolk, 13 March 1863, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Miles and Esther (Potter) Riggs. 

I. Mary Esther Riggs, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 3 June 1849; and was 
living there in Jan. 1875. 

II. Frederick Miles Riggs, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 15 Feb. 1856; and 
was living there in Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of Augustus Miles and Caroline (Riggs) Ives. 

I. Lewis Jesse Ives, b. at Medina, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1843; an iron- [ 
founder and dealer in produce; married at Medina, 6 Sept. 1864, Adelia 
Ann Fairman, dau. of Botsford and Adelia Austin Fairman, of Medina, 
where she was born 5 May 1843. They settled at Medina, and were 
living there in Jan. 1876. 



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14037 



II. Frederick Miles Ives, b. at Medina, N. Y., 12 Dec. 1845; 
was living there in Jan. 1876, unmarried. He is an iron-manufacturer and 
dealer in produce. 

III. Rollin Augustus Ives, b. at Medina, N. Y., 21 July 1849; 
graduated at the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., 15 June 
1870; and was appointed a second-lieutenant of the 5th Artillery. He 
was stationed at Fort Preble, Me., from 2 Oct. 1870 till 23 Ap. 1873; at 
Fortress Monroe, Va., till i May 1874; at Fort Preble again, till 25 Dec. 
1875 ; at Fort Barrancas, Fla., till I March 1876; and in Aug. 1866, was 
professor of Military Science in the Western University of Pennsylvania, at 



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5852 
5853 

5854 
5855 



5858 



Pittsburgh. He married at Portland, Me., 21 Oct. 1875, Julia Payson 
Libby, dau. of Francis Orville and Harriet Sumner (Wright) Libby, of 
Portland, where she was born 3 Dec. 1 849. 



Chil. of Thomas E. and Lavancla (Riggs) Kelsey. 

I. Frances Mildred Kelsey, b. at Lockport, N. Y., 25 Feb. 1845; 
was living with her father in Ap. 1 876, unmarried. 

II. Harriet Emelia Kelsey, b. at Preble, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1847; mar - 

ried Loomls; married (2d) P. B. Marvin. They were living at 

Northampton, N. Y., in Ap. 1876. 

III. Frederic Hoyt Kelsey, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., i July 1849; 
and was living at Muskegon, Mich., in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 

IV. Eloise Myra Kelsey, b. at Preble, N. Y., 2 Nov. 1852; married 
in the house of Jeceriah Loomis, 4 Cayuga Street, Homer, N. Y., 25 Nov. 
1866, by Rev. Augustine W. Cornell, Episcopal, to Melville Martin Crane, 
a hotel-keeper, son of James and Abigail (Harris) Crane, of McLean, N. Y. 
He was born at Brookfield, N. Y., 8 Jan. 1838. They dwelt at McLean till 
the Spring of 1873 ; at Ithaca, N. Y., till the Spring of 1874; and then 
settled at Groton, N. Y., where they were living in Ap. 1875, without 
children. 



Chil. of Walter and Delina (Riggs) Payne. 

I. Lewis Riggs Payne, b. at Homer, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1841; died at 
Homer. 



j 5856 



5857 II. Fanny Olmstead Payne, b. at Homer, N. Y., 23 June 1843; 
died at Homer. 



III. Lewis Riggs Payne, b. at Homer, N. Y., 27 March 1845 ; is 
dead. 



5859 : IV. Harriet Payne, b. at Homer, N. Y., 24 July 1847; is dead. 

5860 V. Deborah Finch Payne, b. at Homer, N. Y., 9 Jan. 1849; ' s dead. 



99 



5861 



VI. Frederick Payne, b. at Sand Lake, N. Y., 27 Sept. 1852; and 
died there. 



1808 



14040 



* **( ivy 

N. Y. 
an till 
1 then 
ithout 






1809 


ied at 




1843; 




45 : 




dead. 


; and 





992 



5862 



586 4 
S 86 5 

5866 
5 86 7 



5868 



5869 



5870 



5871 



5872 



Rightk Generation. 



VII. Adelaide Payne, b. at Sand Lake, N. Y., 19 May 1854; is dead. 

VIII. James Walter Payne, b. at Middleburgh, N. Y., 23 March 
1861. 



Chil. of Frederick Lewis and Adelaide E. (Hurlbut) Riggs. 

I. Fanny Eliza Riggs, b. at Homer, N. Y., 4 May 1851; died at 
Homer in Sept. 1852, and was buried there. 

II. Alice May Riggs, b. at Homer, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1853; and was 
living there in March 1875. 

III. Charles Hurlbut Riggs, b. at Galesburgh, 111., 4 Feb. 1859. 

IV. Lewis Frederick Riggs, b. at Homer, N. Y., 11 Nov. 1870. 



Chil. of John A. and Elizabeth (Gilbert) Leeson. 

I. George Francis Leeson, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 15 Feb. 1841; 
a hatter; married at Norwalk, Conn., I Sept. 1868, Sarah Frances Clark, 
dau. of Samuel Clark. They were living at Darien, Conn., in Nov. 1876. 

II. Sarah Elizabeth Leeson, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 25 Dec. 1842; 
died at Ridgefield, 8 Oct. 1 844, and was buried there. 

III. Frederick Augustus Leeson, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 Nov. 
1846; a mason; married at Bethel, Conn., 8 Sept. 1873, Caroline Mills, 
dau. of Jesse and Harriet (Barnum) Mills, of Bethel. They settled at 
Norwalk, Conn., where he was living in Nov. 1876. She died 21 July 
1875, and was buried at Bethel. 



Child of Eri and Roxana (Leeson) Lounsbury. 

I. Lounsbury, married Allen Bates; and was living at Darien, 

Conn., in Nov. 1876. 



Chil. of Ezra and Eliza (Sherman) Knapp. 

I. Elizabeth Knapp, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 12 Oct. 1823 ; 14041 
married there, 3 Nov. 1847, by Rev. Z. K. Hawley, Congregational, to 



5873 



58/4 



5875 



Whitney Family. 



Francis Shields, of New York City, an auctioneer, born near Mount Norris, 
County Armagh, Ireland, 20 Feb. 1816, son of David and Hannah 
(Hutcheson) Shields, and " a descendant of Ludwick Shields, who went to 
Ireland as one of the life-guard of the Prince of Orange, fought in the 
Battle of the Boyne, was wounded, and (after the war ended) settled in the 
north of Ireland and left a numerous posterity." Mr. Shields came to the 
United States in 1838, and lived in South Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1868. She 
died at 817 Greenwich Street, New York, 24 Oct. 1860, and was buried in 
Greenwood Cemetery. 

II. William Sherman Knapp, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 12 July 
1825 ; a carpenter and builder; married at South Norwalk, 18 Feb. 1846, 
Louisa Selieck, dau. of Wray and Elizabeth (Byxbee) Selleck, of South 
Norwalk, where she was born 26 Oct. 1824. They settled at South 
Norwalk; where she died 13 Dec. 1867, and was buried in Pine Island 
Cemetery. He was married (2d), 23 March 1872, in New York City, by 
Rev. Christopher Rhodes, Baptist, to Mary Elizabeth Bartram, widow of 
Alonzo P. Wands, of Albany, N. Y., and dau. of Seely Sylvanus and 
Elizabeth (Arnold) Bartram, of Danbury, Conn., where she was born 3 1 
Jan. 1844. They were living at South Norwalk in Nov. 1876. He 
enlisted in Co. F, ijrth Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry, II July 1862, at South 
Norwalk ; was appointed first-sergeant, and mustered into U. S. service, at 
Bridgeport, Conn., 28 Aug. 1862; second-lieut, 25 Nov. 1862, at Chantilly, 
Va. ; first-lieut, 23 March 1863, at Brooks' Station, Va. ; tendered his 
resignation, on account of illness, I Dec. 1 863 ; and was honorably dis- 
charged, 5 Dec. 1863. He was in the battles of Chancellorsville and 
Gettysburg!!, and took part in reducing the defences of Charleston, S. C. 

III. Catharine Amelia Knapp, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 2 Ap. 
1827; married there, by Rev. Z. K. Hawley, Congregational.il May 
1845, to Capt. Samuel Jackson Byxbee, son of John and Sarah Byxbee, of 
Ely's Neck, in South Norwalk, where he was born 3 March 1821. They 
settled at South Norwalk, and were living there in June 1874. 

IV. Sarah Emily Knapp, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 6 June 1829; 
married there, by Rev. Sylvanus Haight, Congregational, 3 Sept. 1851, to 
John Small, born at 94 Ludlow Street, New York, i July 1829, son of 
Wilson 1 and Lydia (Tuckerman) Small. His home was at 213 West I3th 
Street from his marriage till March 1860; then in Williamsburgh, N. Y., 
till Aug. 1867 ; after that, at 70 East Warren Street, South Brooklyn, till 

1 Wilson Small, born 13 Feb. 1809, was a son New York, 22 Ap. 1835, and was buried in 

of Edward and Catharine (Skidmore) Small, Cypress Hills Cemetery. He resided in New 

and married in New York, 17 Sept. 1826, Lydia York, and "held numerous municipal, State, 

Tuckerman, born 17 Sept. 1808, dau. of Isaac and society offices." 
and Sarah (Downes) Tuckerman. She died in 
125 



993 



14046 



I40S5 



14057 



994 



5876 



5878 



5879 



S88o 



Rightk Generation. 

o 

1868, when last reported. He was then a clerk in the New York post- 
office, having been appointed 3 July 1856. 

V. George Augustus Knapp, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 17 Sept. 
1831; a tinsmith; married at Manassas, Va., 29 Oct. 1865, by Rev. Mr. 
Marders, Baptist, to Laura Steele Lynn, dau. of Isaac and Ufamah (Keys) 
Lynn, of Centreville, Va., where she was born 12 Dec. 1844. They dwelt 
at Centreville in 1866; and moved to South Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1868, 
where they were living at 537 Kosciusco Street, in July 1876. They have 
also resided in Washington, D. C, and in Alexandria, Va. 

VI. James Henry Knapp, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 22 March 
1837; a manufacturer of show-cases; married at 213 West Thirteenth 
Street, New York, I Nov. 1859, by Rev. A. D. Gellett, pastor of Calvary 
Baptist Church, to Mary Ann Cuzner, dau. of Thomas and Mary Ann 
(Pepperrell) Cuzner, of Leatherhead, near London, Eng., where she was 
born 12 June 1837. They dwelt at New York till 1861; at Washington, 
D. C., till 1863; and then settled at Brooklyn, N. Y., where they were 
living in May 1876, at 888 Gates Avenue. 



Chil. of Charles Augustus and Sarah Maria (Caylord) Davenport. 

I. Sarah Louise Davenport, b. at Wilton, Conn., 5 Aug. 1832; 
married there, 15 Oct. 1856, by Rev. Thomas S. Bradley, Congregational, to 
Cerardus Post Adams, a manufacturer of hats, born at South Salem, N. Y., 
10 Jan. 1827, son of Moses Scribner and Mary (Abbott) Adams. In 1868, 
they lived at South Norwalk, Conn., where he was a member of the firm of 
Adams Bros. & Brush, with salesroom at 467 Broome Street, corner of 
Greene, New York. They were living at South Norwalk in June 1874, 
without children. 

II. Emily Davenport, b. at Wilton, Conn., 18 June 1834; married 
there, 18 Oct. 1853, Augustus Whitlock, an instructor, born at Wilton, 
17 Feb. 1824, son of Eliphalet and Naomi Whitlock. In 1868 they lived 
at Wilton, where he was principal of the " Wilton Boarding Academy for 
Boys." 

III. John Caylord Davenport, b. at the old Gaylord place, on Kent 
Street, in Wilton, Conn., 24 Nov. 1840; a Congregational minister; grad. 
at Williams College in 1 863, and at the Union Theological Seminary, New 
York ; married at Wilton, by Rev. W. Nye Harvey, Congregational, 29 
Nov. 1866, to Alice Westcott, born at Wilton, 29 June 1841, dau. of George 
B. and Arethusa L. (Lincoln) Westcott. He was, for two years, a tutor in 



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Williams College; and in 1868, lived at East Bridgeport, Conn. In 1874, 
he was pastor of a Congregational Church at Bridgeport. 



Chil. of Ellas and Rebecca Marvin (Fitch) Dann. 

I. Emetine Dann, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 19 May 1819; married at 
Byron, N. Y., i Oct. 1840, by Rev. Almond Whitman, Baptist, to Bid will 
Whitney Brown, a farmer, son of Richard and Anna (Graham) Brown, of 
Genoa, Mich., formerly of Verona, N. Y., where he was born 27 March 
1807. They dwelt at Byron till May 1844; moved, in May 1847, to 
Crystal Lake, 111.; in March 1851, to Avon, 111.; and, in March 1865, to 
Oconomowoc, Wis., where they were living in 1868. 

II. Sarah Fitch Dann, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 21 Dec. 1820; married 
at Byron, N. Y., 14 July 1839, by Rev. Martin Coleman, Baptist, to Warren 
Stanard, a farmer, son of Henry Randolph and Catharine (Tuttle) 
Stanard, of Mentor, Ohio, formerly of Sajina, N. Y., where he was born 
2 Ap. 1818. They dwelt at Byron till May 1845; at Crystal Lake, 
111., till Ap. 1856; at Mantorville, Minn., till Sept. 1857; at Dorr, 111., till 
the Spring of 1861; at Grafton, 111., till March 1868; and then moved to 
Savanna, 111., where they were living in 1868. He is a preacher of the 
Free Methodist Church. 



995 



1819 
'4073 



14079 



Chit, of Daniel and Sarah (Fitch) Fitch. 1820 

I. Henry Whitman Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 29 Aug. 1823; a 14087 
shoemaker; married at Westport, Conn., 19 March 1848, by Rev. William 
Henry Bangs, Methodist, to Mary Coley Dikeman, dau. of Moses Bulkley 

and Sarah Ann Dikeman. She was born at Westport, 3 June 1827, and 
was living there in 1868. He died at Westport, 12 Aug. 1862, and was 
buried in Weston Cemetery. 

II. Sarah Abigail Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 12 Nov. 1825 ; died 
27 Aug. 1826, and was buried in the " Down Town Cemetery." 

III. Sarah Elizabeth Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 17 Feb. 1828. 

IV. Edwin Whitney Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 22 Sept. 1831; a. 14090 
farmer; married at Goshen, Conn., 19 Dec. 1861, by Rev. Edwin Bentley, 

D.D., Baptist, to Almira Nlckerson, born at Cornwall, Conn., dau. of Smith 
and Mary Ann (Davison) Nickerson. He was still living at Norwalk in 



996 



5888 



5889 



5890 



5892 
5893 
5894 
5895 



5 8 9 6 



Eighth Generation. 



1 868, in a house on East Avenue built by his grandfather, Henry Fitch, 
during the Revolution. 

V. Rebecca Esther Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 13 Aug. 1833; 
and was living there in Sept. 1874, unmarried. 

VI. Nancy Emeline Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 27 Ap. 1835; 
married there, 9 Dec. 1857, by Rev. George C. Creevey, Methodist, to 
David Lewis Hanford, a mason and farmer, son of John and Rhoda Lucretia 
(Paddock) Hanford, of North Salem, N. Y., formerly of Southeast, N. Y., 
where he was born 15 July 1835. They settled at North Salem, and were 
living there in 1 868. 

VII. Catharine Augusta Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., i Feb. 1837; 
died there, 6 Feb. 1 839, and was buried in the " Down Town Cemetery." 

VIII. Daniel Warren Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., i Sept 1839; and 
lived there in 1868. 

IX. George Washington Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 7 Nov. 1842; 14095 
a mason; married at Norwalk, 27 Jan. 1864, by Rev. Samuel H. Smith, 
Methodist, to Frances Jane Beardsley, dau. of William Everett Beardsley, 

of Norwalk, formerly of Newtown, Conn., where she was born 20 Jan. 
1843. They settled at Norwalk, and were living there in 1868. 



Chil. of Hugh and Angellne (Fitch) McLean. 

I. Edwin McLean, b. 22 Jan. 1823. 

II. Mary Ann McLean, b. 6 June 1824. 

III. Rebecca McLean, b. i Dec. 1825 ; died 2 July 1827. 

IV. Sarah A. McLean, b. 18 May 1829. 

Chil. of Charles and Fanny (Fitch) Brush. 

I. Amanda Malvina Brush, b. in Cherry Street, New York City, 13 j 14097 
March 1828; married at Mount Union, Ohio, i Nov. 1849, Orville Nelson 
Hartshorn, a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, who was born 20 



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997 



5897 
5898 
5899 

5900 
5901 



5902 

5903 
5904 

5905 
5906 



Aug. 1823. He joined the Pittsburgh Conference, on trial, 1858; in full 
connection, 1860; was ordained deacon in 1860, and elder, the same year; 
was appointed president of Mount Union College in 1858, and held the 
same position in 1873, residing at Mount Union. He was a delegate to 
the General Conference in 1868, and has received the honorary degree of 
LL.D. 

II. Joseph Henry Brush, b. at Lima, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1830; died at 
Lima, 28 Jan. 1830, and was buried there. 

III. Joseph Henry Brush, b. at Lima, N. Y., 28 July 1831; died at 
Lima, I Ap. 1833, and was buried there. 

IV. Mary Catharine Brush, b. at Lima, N. Y., 15 July 1833 ; mar- 
ried at Alliance, Ohio, 20 Sept. 1 8-5 7, Amasa Carwood. They settled at 
Palestine, Ind., and were living there in 1868. 

V. Abby Jane Brush, b. at Haverhill, Ohio, 10 Ap. 1836; married at 
Mount Union, Ohio, 29 Sept. 1859, Daniel Johnson; and lived at Mount 
Union in 1868. 



14103 



14108 



VI. James Alpheus Brush, b. at Mount Union, Ohio, 26 Sept. 14111 
1838 ; married at Nelson, Ohio, 22 June 1863, Amelia Anna McCall ; and 

lived at Mount Union in 1868. He graduated in the classical course of 
Mount Union College, 18 June 1863, taking the first honors of his class; 
was elected, 10 March 1865, professor of logic and political economy in his 
alma mater; and received, in course, the degree of Master of Arts. He 
served his country in the war of 1861. 

VII. Charles Henry Brush, b. at Mount Union, Ohio, 10 March 
1841; and lived there in 1868. 

VIII. Frances Angeline Brush, b. at Mount Union, Ohio, 26 Nov. 
1843 5 ancl l' ve d there in 1868. 

IX. William Augustus Brush, b. at Mount Union, Ohio, 12 May 
1845 ; died at Mount Union, I June 1848 ; and was buried there. 

X. Rebecca Sarah Brush, b. at Mount Union, Ohio, 8 Nov. 1848 ; 
and was living there in 1868. 

XI. Theresa Gertrude Brush, b. at Mount Union, Ohio, 29 Oct 
1851; and was living there in 1868. 



998 



597 



59 o8 



5909 



591 



5912 
5913 
S9'4 



Righth Generation. 



Child of George Washington and Catharine Whitney (Fitch) Tower. 

I. Fitch Tower, b. at Webster, N.Y., 28 June 1842; died 30 June 
1842, and was buried in the cemetery two miles south-east from Webster 
Village. 



Child of William Reed and Ann Isabella (Powell) Whitney. 

I. Maria Louisa Whitney, b. 8 Ap. 1825; died 17 Nov. 1857, un- 
married. 



Chil. of Edwin Leggett and Joanna Eliza (Bicknell) Whitney. 

I. John Ebenezer Whitney, b. at New York City, 20 Jan. 1826; a 
dealer in stoves and tin-ware; married at Bedford, N. Y., 24 Oct. 1849, at 
the residence of her mother, by Rev. David Inglis, Presbyterian, to Mary 
Elizabeth Scribner, born at New York City, IO March 1830, dau. of James 
William and Mary (Ford) Scribner. He lived at New Canaan, Conn., in 
Feb. 1869. 

II. Alexander Whitney, b. at New York City, 2 Nov. 1828; lived at 
Salisbury, Penn., in 1841; and a few months later, went to Philadelphia, 
since which his brother, John Ebenezer Whitney, had, up to Feb. 1 869, no 
certain knowledge of his residence. 

III. Margaret Elizabeth Whitney, b. at New York, corner of 
Nassau and Ann Streets, 13 Sept. 1830; married by Rev. Spencer Hough- 
ton Cone, pastor of the First Baptist Church in New York, 6 Sept. 1 8^ i , to 
Robert Hinvest, a mason, born in St. Mary's parish, Southampton, England, 
6 July 1823, son of Joseph Hinvest. They settled in New York City; and 
in 1 868, lived at the corner of Third Avenue and Sixty-ninth Street. She 
died 19 Aug. 1872. 

IV. William Asa Whitney, b. at New York City, 9 Feb. 1832 ; died 
8 March 1832. 

V. Catharine Whitney, b. at New York City in Ap. 1834; died on 

the same day. 

t 

VI. Joanna Eliza Whitney, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., i May 1836; 
and died there 26 July 1837. 



Whitney Family. 



Child of Edwin Leggett and Ann Rebecca (Bevan) Whitney. 

5915 VII. George Edwin Whitney, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 9 Nov. 
1839; and lived there in 1868. 



Chll. of Thomas Richard and Elizabeth (Comstock) Whitney. 

I. Sarah Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Wilton, Conn., 22 Sept. 1829; 
married at South Salem, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Frame, Congregational, 28 
Sept. 1846, to John Davenport, a clerk and collector, born at Norwalk, 
Conn., 28 May 1822, son of Samuel and Susan (Betts) Davenport, of 
Wilton. 1 They lived at 1293 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., in July 
1868. He enlisted, 31 March 1864, in the 25th Reg., N. Y. Vol. Cavalry; 
was soon appointed sergeant; and was discharged 7 July 1865. His regi- 
ment was, for a short time, in Gen. Custer's Brigade, and most of the time 
in Virginia, under Gen. Sheridan, and was in thirteen engagements and 
many skirmishes. 

II. Josephine Matilda Whitney, b. 26 Oct. 1831; died 16 Ap. 
1834. 

III. Helen Eugenia Whitney, b. in Madison Street, New York, 
22 Oct. 1833; married at Wilton, Conn., 21 Oct. 1855, John Raymond 
Comstock, born at Wilton Centre, 13 Sept. 1825, son of Nathan and 
Clarissa Comstock. They lived at Wilton ; where he was the station-agent 
of the Danbury and Norwalk Railroad in Nov. 1874. 

IV. Thomas Eben Whitney, b. in Walker Street, New York, i 
March 1836; a manufacturer of clothing; married at Port Chester, N. Y., 
by Rev. Henry Benedict, Presbyterian, 4 July 1857, to Harriet Isabella 
Benedict, born at Wilton, Conn., 13 Sept. 1836, dau. of Frederick Reed 
and Mary Ann (Osborn) Benedict. She died at Wilton, 10 Feb. 1859, and 
was buried there. He was married (2d), at New York, by Rev. Henry 
W. Bellows, D.D., Unitarian, I Dec. 1859, to Antoinette Hay Griffin, born 
at 78 Gold Street, New York, 16 July 1838, dau. of Philip Nelson and 
Antoinette De Graves (Hay) Griffin, afterward of 174 Lexington Avenue, 
New York. He was living, in June 1868, at 21 North Tenth Street, 

! Philadelphia, Penn.; and in Dec. 1868, at Smyrna, Delaware. 

V. William Everdell Whitney, b. at New York City, 24 Nov. 1838; 
died 19 Oct. 1843. 

i See the Davenport Genealogy, pp. 275-6. 



999_ 

1829 



1831 
14123 



14132 



14133 



IOOO 



5921 



5922 



5923 



5924 



5925 



5926 



5927 



Right h Generation. 



Chil. of Isaac Ebenezer and Abigail Sophia (Adams) Hoyt. 

I. Pamelia Jane Hoyt, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 16 Aug. 1825; married 
in her father's house at Clarkson, N. Y., 15 Oct. 1846, by Elder J. C. 
Kingsley, to Lewis Cheeseman, a farmer, son of Calvin and Sally (Sturgis) 
Cheeseman. They settled at Clarkson ; where she died 12 Aug. 1850, and 
was buried in East Clarkson. He was yet living, in 1874, in Ohio; but his 
address could not be learned. 

II. Caroline Melissa Hoyt, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 1 1 May 1828; 
married at Clarkson, N. Y., i Feb. 1849, by Rev. Horatio Ripley, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Ezekiel Harmon Crippen, a farmer, son of Irad and Maria 
(Miller) Crippen, of Sweden, N. Y., where he was born 10 Sept. 1826. 
They settled at Clarkson; and moved, 6 Ap. 1871, to Sweden, where they 
were living in Oct. 1874, without children. 

III. Abigail Sophia Hoyt, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1832; 
married at Clarkson, N. Y., 16 May 1860, by Rev. William Isaac Richards, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Daniel Freeman, a farmer, son of Chauncey and 
Harriet (Johnson) Freeman, of Clarkson, where he was born 28 Sept. 
1832. They settled at Clarkson, and were living there in Oct. 1874. 

IV. Amanda Selleck Hoyt, b. at Clarkson, N. Y., 12 Sept. 1835; 
died there, 6 June 1850, and was buried at East Clarkson. 

V. Clara Catharine Hoyt, b. at Clarkson, N. Y., 30 June 1838; 
married there, 29 Feb. 1860, by Rev. John Timmerman, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Jonas Shaffer, a farmer, whose parents then lived at Clark- 
son. He was born at St. Johnsville, N. Y., 29 Jan. 1816, son of Frederick 
and Nancy (Failing) Shaffer. They settled at Clarkson, and were living 
there in Oct. 1874. 



Chil. of Daniel Johns and Charlotte (Hoyt) Cobb. 

I. George Washington Cobb, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 23 Feb. 1824; 
died 28 June 1825. 

II. Thomas Morgan Cobb, b. at Henrietta, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1826; a 
physician ; graduated at the N. Y. Central Eclectic Medical College in 
1850; practised for four years at Dansville, Mich.; then moved to Grand 
Rapids, Mich., where he married, 6 Dec. 1855, Berintha Brooks, dau. of 
Horatio and Elizabeth (Hagadone) Brooks, of Grand Rapids. She was 
born at Vienna, in Bayham, Canada West, 26 Nov. 1831. On the death 



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I 00 I 



of his father, 13 Nov. 1857, he returned to Dansville, where he enlisted, 
21 Aug. 1862, as a private, in Co. A, 26th Reg., Mich. Volunteers. He 
was discharged at Jarvis Hospital, Baltimore, Md., 10 June 1865; hav- 
ing been promoted to the grade of orderly-sergeant, and twice wounded. 
After practising as assistant-physician at "Our Home," in Dansville, N. Y., 
from 15 Aug. 1865 to 12 Ap. 1868, he settled near Grand Rapids, Mich., 
and was living there in Jan. 1875, engaged in market-gardening. 

III. Charlotte Esther Cobb, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1828 ; 14143 
studied medicine with her father, and attended one course of lectures, 
1850-51, in the New York Central Eclectic Medical College, at Rochester, 

N. Y.; married at Ingham Centre, now Dansville, Mich., i Feb. 1852, by 
Rev. Robert Dubois, Methodist Episcopal, to William Sherman, a weaver, 
son of Josiah and Ruth (Carr) Sherman, of Ingham. He was born at 
Moravia, N. Y., 15 Aug. 1822; moved, when young, with his parents, to 
Mount Morris, N. Y.; and thence, in 1848, to Ingham. They settled at 
Ingham Centre, now Dansville; and in Feb. 1866, moved to Wheatfield, 
Mich., where they were living in Jan. 1875. He enlisted 22 Feb. 1865, 
and was discharged 29 Sept. 1865. 

IV. Mary Cobb, b. at Lima, N. Y., 21 Aug. 1831; died at Lima, 10 
Sept. 1831, and was buried there. 



V. Daniel Johns Cobb, b. at Livonia, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1833 ; a cabinet- 
maker; married at Wheatfield, Mich., 28 Dec. 1854, Amanda Catharine 
Sherman, who was born in the State of New York, Aug. 1832, dau. of 
Josiah and Ruth (Carr) Sherman. She died at Dansville, Mich., 12 Nov. 
1862, and was buried in Dansville Cemetery. He married (2d), 19 Oct. 
1869, at Ann Arbor, Mich., Alice Kerr, dau. of Alexander and Harriet 
(Hammond) Kerr, of Fleming, N. Y., where she was born 26 Jan. 1844. 
He dwelt at Grand Rapids, Mich., from Aug. 1 853 till Sept. 1858 ; at Owosso, 
Mich., till Ap. 1860; and then moved to Dansville, where he was living in 
Ap. 1875. He served in Co. I, 3d Reg., Mich. Cavalry, from 3 Sept 1862 
till 2 June 1865 ; and took part in the actions at Holly Springs, Oxford, 
and Coffeeville. 

VI. Lyman Lockwood Cobb, b. at Castile, N. Y., 14 Aug. 1835; 
died 25 Jan. 1837. 

VII. Clara Cobb, b. at Castile, N. Y., 15 March 1838; married at 
Dansville, Mich., 15 March 1859, Robert Johnson, a minister of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, son of Richard and Elizabeth (Sissons) 
Johnson, of Mount Morris, Mich. He was born at Kecksby, Lincolnshire, 
England, 6 March 1825 ; and went to Mount Morris, with his parents, in 
1834. He was educated at Albion College, Mich.; joined the Michigan 

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Annual Conference in 1854; and spent one year on each of the following 
circuits : Flat Rock, Owasso, Unadilla, Ingham, Midland, and Forest. He 
was ordained an elder, at Ypsilanti, in Sept. 1858. In Sept. 1860, he 
settled on a farm in the south-west part of Vienna, Mich., where he was 
still living in March 1875, serving as a local preacher. 

VIII. Francis Marion Cobb, b. at Castile, N. Y., 25 Ap. 1845; a 
merchant; married at Dansville, Mich., 12 Ap. 1868, by Rev. J. R. Cordon, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Letta Urzelia Rice, whose parents, Egbert and 
Frances Jane (Thurston) Rice, then lived at Dansville. She was born at 
Ypsilanti, Mich., 27 June 185 1. They settled at Dansville, and were living 
there in Jan. 1875. He studied in Albion College, Mich.; and has been a 
notary public. 



Chil. of Lockwood and Amanda Adelaide (Selleck) Hoyt. 

I. Augustus Lockwood Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1833; 
lived at Auckland, New Zealand ; and is supposed to have died there, un- 
married, about 1863. 

II. Mary Clarissa Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 9 May 1836; died at 
Schenectady, N. Y., 25 Sept. 1837. 

III. Harriet Emma Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 20 Oct. 1838; married 
at Canandaigua, N. Y., 3 Oct. 1862, John Whiting Kennard, who was 
born at Bath, N. Y., 10 Aug. 1840, son of Rev. John and Mary (Whiting) 
Kennard. They were living at Arcola, III, in Oct. 1874, where he was 
ticket-agent and station-master of the Illinois Central Railroad. He 
studied at Genesee College, Lima ; and she graduated in music at the 
Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, in June 1859. 

IV. William James Hoyt, b. at Lima, N.Y., 21 Nov. 1840; married, 
29 Ap. 1863, Ellen Amanda Shultz. They were living at Whitestone, in 
Flushing, N. Y., in Oct. 1874. 

V. Charles Henry Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1842; died at 
Lima, 11 March 1845, and was buried there. 

VI. Caroline Amanda Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 20 July 1845 ; 
married at Phelps, N. Y., 13 Aug. 1863, by Rev. John Kennard, Methodist 
Episcopal, to John Hudson Carter, a farmer, who was born at Livonia, 
N. Y., 16 July 1838, son of Luther and Elizabeth (Hall) Carter. He was 
a private in Co. G, 27th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers; was wounded in the 
knee at Bull Run, and contracted disease which led to his discharge after 



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nine months service. His illness terminated in consumption, from which 
he died, 30 Nov. 1867, at Lima, where he was buried. Their home was 
in Livonia ; but since his death she has lived at Champaign, 111., and, for 
three years prior to 1 2 Dec. 1 874, with her father at Schenectady, N. Y. 
She and her husband were educated at Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, at 
Lima. 

VII. Charlotte Elizabeth Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 5 Dec. 1846; 
and was living at Little Falls, N. Y., in Oct. 1874. 

VIII. Charles Francis Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 15 Aug. 1848; died 
at Lima, 1 1 Feb. 1853, and was buried there. 

IX. Nelson Selleck Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 29 March 1851; and 
was living at Arcola, 111., in Oct. 1874, unmarried. 

Child of Lockwood and Adeline Eliza (Clark) Hoyt. 

X. Edward Clark Hoyt, b. at Lima, N. Y., 26 Dec. 1856; and was 
living with his parents, at Schenectady, N. Y., in Oct. 1874. 



Chil. of Edwin Fitch and Roxana (Weedon) Blackmond. 

5944 I. Francis Weedon Blackmond, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 17 Aug. 

| 1833; a carpenter and joiner; died unmarried, 26 July 1 860, and was 
buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo. 

5945 II. Edwin Fitch Blackmond, b. at Clarence, N. Y., 7 March 1838; 
a printer; married at Erie, Penn., 10 Aug. 1869, Susan Kezlah Wlllsey, 
dau. of Andrew and Susan Jane (Morris) Willsey, of Jackson Station, 
Penn. She was born at Erie, 10 Nov. 1840. They moved to Rochester, 
N. Y., in June 1870; and thence, in Dec. 1870, to Buffalo, N. Y., where 
they were living in Jan. 1875. 

5946 III. Emma Blackmond, b. at Clarence, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1841 ; died at 
Clarence, 24 Oct. 1843, and was buried there. 

5947 IV. Louisa Blackmond, b. at Clarence, N. Y., 2 May 1844; died 4 
May 1844, and was buried at Clarence. 

5948 V. Emma Arabella Blackmond, b. at Clarence, N. Y., 28 Oct. 
1845; married at Buffalo, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1869, James Ernest Fuller. 
They were living at 273 Amherst Street, North Buffalo, N. Y., in Jan. 
1875. 



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VI. Henry Mendell Blackmond, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 25 Ap. 1849; 
died 28 Dec. 1853, and was buried in Black Rock Cemetery, Buffalo. 


1839 


Chil. of William Wesley and Maria (Maltby) Blackmond. 

I. Harley Blackmond, b. at Northfield, Mich., 7 Ap. 1834; died at 
Northfield, i March 1836, and was buried there. 

II. Fidelia Blackmond, twin, b. at Northfield, Mich., 8 March 1837; 
died at Northfield, 8 Nov. 1837, and was buried there. 



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5956 
5957 



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5959 
5960 



III. Amelia Blackmond, twin, b. at Northfield, Mich., 8 March 14174 
1837; married at Salem, Mich., 19 Feb. 1859, Edwin Elwood, a farmer, 

son of James and Abigail (Hitchcock) Elwood; and was living at Flint, 
Mich., in March 1875. 

IV. Frances Blackmond, twin, b. at Northfield, Mich., 22 Nov. 
1839; and was living at Flint, Mich., in Jan. 1875. 

V. Franklin Blackmond, twin, b. at Northfield, Mich., 22 Nov. 1839; 
and was living at Flint, Mich., in Jan. 1875. 

VI. Frederick Chandler Blackmond, b. at Northfield, Mich., 25 
Nov. 1842 ; died at Northfield, 8 Feb. 1846, and was buried there. 

VII. Prudencia Maria Blackmond, b. at Northfield, Mich., 8 May 
1844; died at Northfield, 25 July 1845, an ^ was buried there. 

VIII. Clemencia Apphia Blackmond, b. at Northfield, Mich., 8 
Dec. 1847; married at Fentonville, Mich., 28 Dec. 1870, Charles Loren 
Soper, a farmer, born at Glanford, Canada West, 14 Dec. 1844, son of 
Henry and Lucretia (Smith) Soper. They were living at Flint, Mich., in 
March 1875. 

IX. Arthur Blackmond, b. at Northfield, Mich., 31 Aug. 1851; and 
was living at Flint, Mich., in Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of Hiram Doty and Eliza Ann (Blackmond) Cobb. 

I. Jones Cobb, died about 1842, in Livingston Co., Mich. 

II. Emily Augusta Cobb, b. at Northfield, Mich., 8 June 1840; 






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married in her father's house at Williamstown, Mich., 5 June 1859, by 
Rev. S. W. Wooster, Methodist Episcopal, to Orlando Starr Fuller, born 
at Ann Arbor, Mich., 8 Aug. 1836, son of George B. and Deborah 
(Bunker) Fuller, afterward of Williamstown, Mich. He was a sergeant in 
the 26th Reg., Mich. Vol., having enlisted at Williamstown in 1862. 
After nearly two years of service, he was discharged on account of sick- 
ness; moved to Minnesota, where he died 22 Oct. 1867, of disease 
contracted in the army ; and was buried at Cobb River, Minn. She was 
living with her sister, at Janesville, Minn., in Feb. 1875. 

III. Henry Lewis Cobb, b. near Buffalo, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1843 ; a dealer 
in nursery stock; married at Rutland, Minn., 10 July 1870, by Rev. J. C. 
Strong, Congregational, to Mary Jane Spencer, dau. of John and Eliza 
Ann (Thayer) Spencer, of Rutland. She was born in Cattaraugus Co., 
N. Y., 5 Sept. 1847. They settled at Winnebago City, Minn., and were 
living there in Feb. 1875. 

IV. Edward Cobb, twin, died about 1847. 

V. Edwin Cobb, twin, died about 1847. 

VI. Clara Josephine Cobb, b. at Williamstown, Mich., 28 March 
1849; married at Vivian, Mich., 22 Nov. 1868, by Rev. Elijah S. Smith, 
Baptist, to Chauncey Edmund Brown, a farmer, son of Horace Stearns 
and Flavilla (Perrin) Brown, of Vivian. He was born at Canton, N. Y., 14 
Feb. 1 847. They settled at Vivian ; and thence moved to Janesville, 
Minn., where they were living in Feb. 1875. He enlisted, 24 Feb. 1864, 
in Co. H, loth Reg., Minn. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged 15 Aug. 
1865, having taken part in the battles of Tupelo, Nashville, and Spanish 
Fort. 

VII. Flora Matilda Cobb, b. at Williamstown, Mich., 25 Jan. 1855 ; 
and was living at Wells, Minn., in Feb. 1875, unmarried. 



Chii. of Ira and Clarissa Whitney (Blaokmond) Maher. 

I. Adelbert Francis Maher, b. at Wyoming, N. Y., 13 July 1845 ; a 
farmer; was living there in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 

II. Edgar Andrus Maher, b. at Covington, N. Y., 25 June 1850; a 



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lawyer; was living at Grand Rapids, Mich., in Jan. 1875, unmarried. He 
grad. in the law-department of the Michigan University at Ann Arbor. 

III. Frederick Whitney Maher, b. at Covington, N. Y., 23 June 
1855 ; a farmer; was living at Wyoming, N. Y., in Jan. 1875. 

IV. Frank Henry Maher, b. at Pike, N. Y., 30 June 1858; was 
living at Wyoming, N.Y., in Jan. 1875, a student in Middlebury Academy. 



Child of Raymond and Marinda (Silliman) Whitney. 

I. Charles Silliman Whitney, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 24 Ap. 1838; 
a farmer; married at her father's house, 7 Sept. 1868, Emma Ann Peck, 
dau. of Lyman Peck, of North Fairfield, Ohio, where she was born 8 Sept. 
1849. They were living at North Fairfield in Sept. 1868. 



Child of Roswell and Eliza (Whitlock) Whitney. 

I. Augustus Sherman Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 8 Sept. 
1841 ; a farmer; settled at Hammonton, N. J., in 1861, and married there, 
at her father's house, 10 Aug. 1862, Polly Zidana Seeley, who was born in 
the State of New York, dau. of Banks and Sarah Seeley. He enlisted at 
Trenton, N. J., 2 Jan. 1864, in Co. E, 3d Reg., N. J. Volunteers; served in 
the Army of the Potomac, under Gen. John Sedgwick ; was wounded in 
the battle of The Wilderness; was taken to Washington, D. C., where he 
died in Lincoln Hospital, 13 June 1864; and was buried in Washington. 

He had no children. She married (2d), Hoppin, and settled at 

Hammonton. 



Chil. of Bennet and Susan (Curtis) Whitney. 

I. Eben Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 22 Oct. 1837; a farmer; 
married on board U. S. transport, Balloon, in Annapolis Harbor, Md., 23 
Ap. 1864, Sarah Amelia Johnson Allen, born 27 Feb. 1838, dau. of George 
Washington Allen, of Woodstock, Conn. He grad. at the Normal School 
in St. Louis, Mo., 1860; continued his studies at Shurtleff College, Upper 
Alton, 111.; was capt. of Co. D, 3Oth Reg., U. S. Infantry (colored), during 
its period of service, from 26 Feb. 1864 to 10 Dec. 1865; and lived at 
Milltown, N. J., in June 1867, without children. 



Whitney Family. 



II. Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 13 Oct. 1839; died 
there 29 Dec. 1839, ant ^ was buried in the old Stratfield burying-ground. 

III. George Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 29 May 1841 ; died there 
28 Aug. 1842, and was buried in the old Stratfield burying-ground. 

IV. Sarah Emily Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 7 Ap. 1843 ; mar- 
ried at Bridgeport, Conn., 9 Ap. 1867, Elon Francis Brown, a teacher, born 
at Wolcott, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1839, son of Dr. James Brown. They settled at 
Manchester, N. Y., where he had the charge of the Manchester Business 
College. He was a captain in the 45th Reg., U. S. Colored Troops. 

V. Henry Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 10 "Dec. 1844; was first- 
lieut. in the 45th Reg., U. S. Colored Troops; and was mustered out, 4 
Nov. 1865, at Philadelphia, Penn. 

VI. Bennet Curtis Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 20 Oct. 1846; 
lived at 48 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J., in Feb. 1874. 

VII. Jane Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 20 Sept 1848. 

VIII. Georgiana Satilla Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 3 1 Dec. 
1850. 



Chii. of Jonathan Lacy and Caroline (Whitney) Gilbert. 

I. Emily Frances Gilbert, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 3 July 1844. 

II. Almira Bennet Gilbert, b. at Trumbull, Conn., 7 Oct. 1848. 



Chii. of Zenas and Drusilia (Perry) Whitney. 

I. Cornelia Anne Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 30 March 1839; 
married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 2 May 1865, Barnabas Bradford Baxter, of 
Hyannis, Mass., who died 7 Nov. 1865. 

II. George Oliver Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 26 Sept. 1844; 
graduated at Madison University, Hamilton, N. Y., in 1869; was ordained, 
and settled at Tarry town, N. Y., as pastor of the Baptist Church; and died 
there, 18 Dec. 1872, unmarried. 



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5984 III. William Arthur Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 13 Jan. 1846; 
died 5 Nov. 1852, and was buried in the old Division Street Cemetery, at 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Chil. of Henry and Sarah Esther (Whitney) Blakeman. 

5985 I. Adeline Vaughn Blakeman, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 10 July 

| 1848; died there II Ap. 1851, and was buried in the old Division Street; 
Cemetery. 

5986 II. Sarah Eveline Blakeman, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 12 Ap. 1852; 
died there 15 Oct. 1853, and was buried in the old Division Street Ceme- 
tery. 



III. Frederick Hayden Blakeman, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 8 Jan. 
1855. 

IV. Mary Eveline Blakeman, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 8 May 1857. 



Chil. of Burton Washburn and Emily Ann (Whitney) Leonard. 
5989 ! Augusta Jane Leonard, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 2 Jan. 1848. 
5990 



II. Caroline Grace Leonard, b. at Petersburgh, Va., 22 March 
1854. 

III. William Andrews Leonard, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 19 June 
1867. 



Chil. of Benjamin Hunt and Mary Elizabeth (Whitney) Osborn. 

I. Elizabeth Hunt Osborn, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 18 Feb. 1848. 

II. Frederic Wilber Osborn, b. at Litchfield, Conn., 25 March 1855; 
died at Bridgeport, Conn., 7 March 1856. 

III. Arthur Whitney Osborn, b. at Salem, 111., 29 Feb. 1860. 

IV. Louisa Alice Osborn, b. 8 Oct. 1863. 

V. Osborn, b. 15 Feb. 1866, name and sex not stated. 



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Chil. of James D. and Eliza Ann (Whitney) Phillips. 1850 

I. William James Phillips, b. 22 March 1825 ; resided at Philadel- 
phia, Perm., in 1868, and was superintendent of Police and Fire Telegraph 
in that city. 

II. Mary A. Phillips, b. 9 Oct. 1826; died 24 Sept. 1828. 

III. Margaret Ann Phillips, b. 4 Feb. 1829; died 6 Oct. 1835. 

IV. Sarah M. Phillips, b. 11 Nov. 1831; died 29 Jan. 1832. 

V. Sarah M. Phillips, b. i Ap. 1833; died 27 May 1834. 

VI. Esther R. Phillips, b. 30 Jan. 1835 ; died 22 Oct. 1839. 

Chil. of William Henry and Sarah Ann (Titus) Whitney. 1853 

I. Esther Whitney, b. at New York City, 16 Aug. 1834. 

II. Mary Louisa Whitney, b. at New York City, 19 Oct. 1835. 

III. William Eben Whitney. 

Chil. of John and Sarah Emily (Whitney) Firth. 1854 

I. Edward Jucho Firth, b. 27 May 1838; married, i June 1865; 
Harriet Sophia Denlke, of New York. They settled at Newtown, L. I.; 
and he was drowned, off Sandy Hook, while bathing from a yacht, 6 Sept 
1865. 

II. Mary Eleanor Firth, b. 5 Ap. 1840; married, 7 June 1858, 14182 
Samuel Frost Knight, of Plymouth, England, who was born 21 Feb. 1835. 

They lived at Newtown, L. I., in 1 868; his business being at 31 Maiden 
Lane, N. Y. 



III. Esther Eliza Firth, b. 10 Aug. 1844; married, 15 June 1869, 
Abram T. Nafls. 

IV. George Williamson Firth, b. 22 Feb. 1846; married, 28 March 
1867, Adelaide Sophia Post, of Jersey City, N. J., who was born 23 March 



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1 846. He graduated at Madison University ; and resided at Jersey City, 
N. J., in 1869. 

V. Franklin Whitney Firth, b. 19 Dec. 1849; died 2 9 Ap. 1855. 

VI. Louis Whitney Firth, b. 2 March 1852. 



Chil. of Edward Tompkins and Catharine Helen (Chappie) Whitney. 

I. Catharine Jane Whitney, b. at New York, 28 Feb. 1840; died 
at New York, 14 March 1843, and was buried there. 

II. Mary Louise Whitney, b. at New York, 9 Feb. 1842; married 
at Norwalk, Conn., 17 Oct. 1862, Theodore Fitch. They lived at Norwalk 
in 1868. 

III. Amelia Antoinette Whitney, b. at New York, 13 Dec. 1844; 
married at Norwalk, Conn., 25 Dec. 1866, John Thornton Prowitt, a 
druggist, born 7 Dec. 1842, son of Henry Prowitt. They lived at Norwalk 
in 1868. 

IV. James Edward Whitney, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1846; 
died there i March 1846, and was buried in Mount Hope Cemetery. 

V. Susan Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 31 Dec. 

1847; died there 30 Sept. 1848, and was buried in Mount Hope Cemetery. 

VI. Emily Firth Whitney, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 18 July 1850; and 
lived at Norwalk, Conn., in 1868. 

VII. Edward Chappie Whitney, b. at Rochester, N.Y., 28 Oct. 
1852 ; and lived at Norwalk, Conn., in 1868. 

VIII. William James Phillips Whitney, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 25 
May 1860; and lived there in 1868. 



Child of William and Mary Ann (Fitch) Webb. 

I. Harriet Lucretia Webb, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 19 Jan. 1836; 
married at Wilton, as a second wife, 25 July 1870, Charles Augustus 
Clark, son of Samuel and Lucy (Smith) Clark. See his record. 

Her half brother and sisters belong in the ninth generation, being 
children of No. 12853. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of James Plan and Cynthia Ursula (Mead) Fitch. 

6o20 I. Theodore Fitch, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 29 July 1836; married 
there, 22 July 1863, Cornelia Mape*. born at New York, 20 Dec. 1843, 
dau. of Benjamin and Sarah (Selleck) Mapes. They settled at West 
Farms, and were living there in May 1 877. 

6o20b II. Edward Hawley Fitch, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1840; 
a soldier in the war of 1 86 1 ; was captured by the confederates, confined 
in the prison at Andersonville, Ga., and died there, date not known. 



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6025 



III. Alonzo Fitch, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1846; married at 
South Norwalk, Conn., 22 Sept. 1869, Emma Frances Weed, born there 
22 June 1848, dau. of Oliver Washington and Mary Elizabeth (Raymond) 
Weed. They settled at West Farms, and were living there in May 
1877. 

IV. Marcus Fitch, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 30 Dec. 1850; and was 
living there in May 1877, unmarried. 



Chil. of Harvey and Rebecca (Betts) Fitch. 

I. John Fitch, b. at Wilton, Conn., 14 Feb. 1839 ; married by Rev. Dr. 
Thompson, Presbyterian, at his church in New York City, 31 Oct. 1861, to 
Sarah Amelia Hodge. They were living, in Nov. 1874, at New Orleans, 
La., where he was freight-agent of the New Orleans, Jackson, and Great 
Northern Railroad. 

II. Mary Janet Fitch, b. at Wilton, Conn., 29 June 1841; married at 
Norwalk, Conn., 10 Oct. 1871, by Rev. Charles M. Selleck, Episcopal, to 
John Cotter, a machinist, born at Norwalk, son of James and Ellen Cotter. 
They were living at Norwalk in Nov. 1874. 

III. Alice Fitch, b. at Wilton, Conn., 16 Jan. 1844; was living with 
her parents, at Norwalk, Conn., in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 

IV. Agnes Fitch, b. at Wilton, Conn., 30 Nov. 1847; was living with 
her father, at Norwalk, Conn., in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 

V. Sarah Emily Fitch, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 31 Oct. 1855; ateacher; 
was living with her parents, at Norwalk, in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 



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Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of James Harvey and Eunice (Hyatt) Taylor. 

I. Charles James Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 8 Aug. 1841; a 
cabinet-maker; married at Wilton, 11 Oct. 1864, by Rev. Samuel Main, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Frances Adele Pardee, dau. of Thomas and 
Hannah (Main) Pardee, of South Salem, N. Y., where she was born 14 Oct. 
1844. They dwelt at Wilton till Oct. 1873, and then moved to Norwalk, 
Conn., where they were living in Nov. 1874. 

II. Georgiana Hyatt Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 30 Oct. 1845 ; 
married, 19 Jan. 1865, Charles Edward Mann, a stone-cutter, of Thomas- 
ton, Conn. They were living at Wilton in Nov. 1874, without children. 

III. Oscar Whitney Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 30 Aug. 1849; 
married Jenny Hawkins, dau. of William Hawkins, of Ridgefield, Conn. 
They were living at Wilton, on the old Gaylord place, in Nov. 1874. 

IV. Franklin Augustus Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 30 June 1851; 
a cabinet-maker; was living at Wilton in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 

V. William Gaylord Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 29 July 1854; 
and was living at Norwalk, Conn., in Nov. 1874, with his brother Charles. 

VI. Edward Adolphus Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 18 July 1856; 
and lived with his father, at Wilton, in Nov. 1874. 

VII. Ida Susan Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 25 Jan. 1859; died there 
9 March 1862, and was buried in the Congregational Cemetery, on Joe's 
Hill. 

VIII. Charrie Hyatt Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 23 Jan. 1862 ; died 
there 28 Aug. 1863, and was buried on Joe's Hill. 

IX. Jennie Agnes Taylor, b. at Wilton, Conn., 9 March 1864; and 
lived with her father, at Wilton, in Nov. 1 874. 



Chil. of Stephen and Maria (Clark) Weeks. 

I. Harriet Eliza Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 30 Nov. 1844; married 

there, 31 May 1868, by Rev. Waldo May, Adventist, to William Mudge, 

a farmer, of Onondaga, Mich., whose father then lived at Leslie. He was 

born at 32 Main Street, Monroe City, Mich., 5 Oct. 1840, son of Rev. 



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John Goodrich and Ann (Flynn) Mudge. 1 He enlisted, 28 Feb. 1864, in 
Co. G, 1 2th Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; and was mustered out 20 March 
1865. He was living at Onondaga in 1874. She died there, of consump- 
tion, 29 March 1874, and was buried in the Leslie Cemetery. 

II. Walter Benjamin Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 17 May 1848; 
died there, 14 March 1849, and was buried in the Leslie Cemetery. 

III. Matilda Ann Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 30 Dec. 1849; married 
there, by Rev. Elijah K. Grout, Baptist, 2 Feb. 1 868, to Emery Wauvle, a 
farmer and blacksmith, son of John and Sarah (Williams) Wauvle, of 
Aurelius, Mich., and, prior to 1854, of Freetown, N. Y., where he was 
born 8 Ap. 1845. He served in Co. B, I7th Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry, 
from 14 Aug. 1861 till 2 Aug. 1862, when he was discharged on account 
of sickness. He again enlisted, 10 Oct. 1862, in Co. C, 4th Reg., Mich. 
Cavalry; and was mustered out II Aug. 1865, having taken part in seven 
battles and three skirmishes, and escaped unhurt. After dwelling at Leslie 
till Ap.i873, they moved to Wenona, Mich.; and thence, in Sept. 1873, to 
Mason, Mich., where they lived in 1874. 

IV. Walter Whitney Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 4 Oct. 1851; and 
was living there, with his father, in 1874. 

V. Lydia Maria Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 11 Dec. 1852; married 
there, 23 Dec. 1873, in her father's house, by Rev. Horace M. Gallup, 
Baptist, to Charles Miller, a farmer, whose parents then lived in Leslie, 
three miles north of the village. He was born in Cayuga Co., N. Y., 4 

1 ANCESTRY OF WILLIAM MUDGE. 

JARVIS Mi'DCE, a native of England, was in Boston, Mass., 1638: Hartford, Conn., 1640; = REBECCA, widow of 
Wethersfield, Conn., 1644: m. there, 1649, and moved same year to New London, Conn., 
where he d. early in 1653. 



Abraham Elsen. 



MICAH MUDGE, b. in New London, Conn., 1650: d. in = MARY, dau. of George and Susan Alexander, of Northamp- 
Hebron, Conn., early in Jan. 1724. ton, Mass., b. 20 Oct. 1648; m. 13 Sept 1670; d. 1728. 



EBENEZER MUDGK, b. in Northampton, Mass., 26 = ABIGAIL, dau. of Thomas and Mary Skinner, b. in Madden, Ma 
Feb. 1683; d. in Sharon, Conn., n Ap. 1758. 17 Feb. 1691; m. 13 Jan. 1708-9; d. in Sharon, Conn. 



MICAH MUDGE, b. in Hebron, Conn., 6 March 1718; died = LUCY (widow of Daniel Chapman), second wife; m. in 
in Florida, N. Y., in 1813, in 95* year. Sharon, Conn., to Feb. 1755. 



JOHN MUDGE, b. in Richmond, Mass., 1763; a Revolutionary soldier; died in Monroe, c= ELIZABETH JACKSOH. 

Mich., June 1837, aged 74. 

JOHN GOODRICH MUDGE, b. in Genesce Co., N. Y.; went to Monroe, = ANN FLYNN, b. in New York City ; went 
Mich., when 9 years old ; was a Baptist preacher ; died in Leslie, Mich. I when 7 years old to Dearborn, Mich. 



WILLIAM MUDGE, = HARRIET ELIZA WEEKS, No. 6035. 



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July 1847, son of Lomis and Maritta (Gordon) Miller. They were living 
at Leslie in 1874. 

VI. Isadore Angeline Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 28 Ap. 1854; 
and was living there, with her father, in 1 874. 

VII. Wilson Clark Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 9 Ap. 1856; died 21 
May 1856, and was buried at Leslie. 

VIII. Emma Rebecca Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 18 Sept 1858; 
and was living there, with her father, in 1874. 

IX. Amy Asenath Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 12 Feb. 1860; died 
at Leslie, 5 Ap. 1862, and was buried there. 

Chil. of Stephen and Laura Edwinna (Reynolds) Weeks. 

X. Alice Esther Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 21 Sept. 1866. 

XI. Nettie Gertrude Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 21 June 1868. 

XII. Verna Luella Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 17 Dec. 1869. 

XIII. Adoniram Judson Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 18 Jan. 1872. 

XIV. Bertha Evangeline Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 30 Nov. 1873; 
died there, 4 Jan. 1874, and was buried in Leslie Cemetery. 



Chil. of William Henry and Jane Ellen (Dunning) Weeks. 

I. Willis Amos Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 5 Feb. 1852; a teacher; 
lived at Leslie in 1874. 

II. Whitney Benjamin Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 21 Dec. 1854. 

III. Manila Ellen Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 31 July 1856; a 
teacher ; lived at Leslie, with her father, in 1 874. 

Child of William Henry and Mary Catharine (Du Bois) Weeks. 

IV. Luna Angeline Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 2 May 1863 ; lived 
there, with her parents, in 1874. 



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Chil. of Walter and Angeline (Weeks) Holt. 

I. Marie Antoinette Holt, b. at Webster, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1849. 

II. Annie Matilda Holt, 1 b. at Ontario, N. Y., i June 1856. 

III. William Day Holt, b. at Ontario, N.Y., 2 Aug. 1858. 

Child of George Washington and Catharine Ann (Smith) Weeks. 
I. Ettie Amelia Weeks, b. at Leslie, Mich., 26 Nov. 1856; a teacher. 

Chil. of Edward Philander and Harriet Ann (Jackson) Whitney. 

I. George Edward Whitney, b. at Somers, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1843; a 
civil engineer; married at Stamford, Conn., 4 Nov. 1869, by Rev. F. W. 
Brathwait, Episcopal, to Antoinette Hecker Lockwood, dau. of John D. and 
Janet (Gray) Lockwood, of Stamford, where she was born 16 Dec. 1845. 
They settled at Stamford, and were living there in Sept. 1877, he being then 
superintendent of the Stamford Water Company. He entered the U. S. 
Navy, 2 June 1862, as engineer; was captured in Florida, 3 May 1864; 
and remained a prisoner at Macon, Charleston, and Richmond, till paroled 
in Oct. 1864. 

II. Sarah Elizabeth Whitney, b. 25 Jan. 1844; died in Sept. 1844. 

III. Ella Matilda Whitney, b. at New York, 6 May 1850; died 13 
May 1874, at Stamford, Conn., and was buried there, in St. Andrew's 
church-yard, Washington Avenue. 

Chil. of James and Harriet Louisa (Whitney) Young. 

I. Mary Fidelia Young, b. at Venice, N. Y., 19 Aug. 1847; married 
there, 12 Oct. 1864, by Rev. Frederick Glanville, Baptist, to Austin Taber, 
a farmer and sawyer, son of John Hancock and Hannah Taber, of Genoa, 

1 Originally the name was Annie Adcle Holt, as shown in the Holt Genealogy, p. 219; but it has 
since been changed. 



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N. Y., where he was born 29 May 1 840. They lived at East Venice, N. Y., 
in 1 868, without children. 

II. Edwin Adalbert Young, b. at Venice, N. Y., 12 June 1852. 



Chil. of Sanford Bennett and Martha (Whiting) Whitney. 

I. Starr Burnett Whitney, b. at Venice, N. Y., 19 Feb. 1861; died 
at Venice, 27 March 1861, and was buried there. 

II. George William Whitney, b. at Venice, N.Y., 12 Feb. 1862. 

III. Nettie May Whitney, b. at Venice, N. Y., 14 Sept. 1866. 



Chil. of William Erastus and Martha Ann (Saxon) Root. 

I. Isaac Towner Root, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 23 Oct. 1848 ; died 
at Norwalk, Conn., 30 Aug. 1861, and was buried there. 

II. Matthew Saxon Root, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 29 March 1851; 
died at Norwalk, 20 Oct. 1 862, and was buried there. 

III. Elizabeth Ann Root, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 11 Ap. 1855. 



Chil. of William Edward and Angeline Eliza (Root) Aiken. 

I. Joseph Edward Aiken, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 7 Aug. 1841; 
married at Scott, Wis., 5 Oct. 1862, Mary Lois Platt. He was a soldier in 
the Union army, in the war of 1861; died in the service, 3 Oct. 1863; and 
was buried at Mitchells, Wisconsin. 

II. Angeline Matilda Aiken, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 8 Nov. 
1843 ; married at Mitchells, Wis., 28 March 1866, Asa H. Bradley. They 
were living at Sheboygan Falls, Wis., in Oct. 1868. 

III. Minerva Ann Aiken, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 2 Jan. 1846. 

IV. Miles Root Aiken, b. at Mitchells, Wis., 15 Oct. 1850. 



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Chil. of Sidney Rodney and Hannah Clarinda (Root) Lounsbury. 

I. Ida Augusta Lounsbury, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 24 Jan. 1853. 

II. Marian Eliza Lounsbury, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 12 Feb. 
1855. 

III. William Edward Lounsbury, b. at Stamford, Conn., 10 July 
1856. 

IV. Theodore Irving Lounsbury, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 14 
Sept. 1860. 

V. Joseph Sidney Lounsbury, b. at New Canaan, Conn., i Dec. 
1864. 

Chil. of John Maxwell and Mary Ruth (Root) Crowe. 

I. Li Hie Frances Crowe, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 11 July 1858; 
died 17 Aug. 1858, and was buried at South Norwalk. 

II. Catharine Eliza Crowe, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 5 Jan. 1860. 

III. Jeannie Maxwell Crowe, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 25 June 
1862. 



Child of Stephen and Fanny (Street) Bedford. 

I. Sarah Maria Bedford, b. at Fishkill, N. V., 9 Feb. 1829; died at 
Newburgh, N. Y., i May 1837. 



Chil. of Jacob L. and Sarah (Street) Scofleld. 

I. Albert Newman Scofleld, b. at Glenham, N. Y., 19 Dec. 1829; a 
clerk; died at Janesville, Wis., 21 Oct 1855, and was buried at Fishkill, 

N.Y. 

II. William Rodney Scofleld, b. at Glenham, N. Y., 9 Aug. 1832; 
married at Williamsburgh, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1860, by Rev. Dr. McLean, 
assisted by Rev. Dr. Wells and Rev. Mr. Burroughs, Presbyterians, to 
Anna Boswell, born at Trenton, N. J., 18 June 1835, dau. of Henry 



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Chambers and Margaret (Burrows) Boswell. They lived at Glenham in 
1874, without children. He is a merchant in New York City. 

III. Sidney Scofield, b. at Glenham, N.Y., 23 Jan. 1834; a civil 14209 
engineer and underwriter; married at Hughsonville, N. Y., 18 June 1862, 

by Rev. F. T. Williams, Presbyterian, to Eliza Vail Hughson, born at 
Fishkill, N.Y., 18 Jan. 1839, dau. of Benjamin and Phcbe Sophia (Marshall) 
Hughson. They dwelt at Fishkill in 1874. 

IV. Mary Catharine Scofield, b. at Glenham, N. Y., 12 May 1837; 
lived at Fishkill, N. Y., in 1874. 



V. Sarah Maria Bedford Scofield, b. at Glenham, N. Y., 24 Oct. 
1839; married there, 5 Oct. 1859, by Rev. J. H. Bevier, of the Reformed 
Church, to Du Bois Brinckerhoff, a farmer, born at Fishkill, N. Y., 18 
March 1837, son of Daniel and Hannah (Du Bois) Brinckerhoff. They 
lived at Fishkill in 1874. 



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I. Emily Frances Street, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 9 Oct. 1831 ; married ! 14217 
at Newburgh, N. Y., 9 Jan. 1851, David Orville Bond, a miller, born 9 Oct. ; 
1831, son of David and Hannah Bond. He died at Newburgh, 2 Nov. 

1854. She married (2d), u Feb. 1857, at Newburgh, John Coleman, a 
contractor, born 17 Dec. 1827, son of John and Phebe Coleman, of 
Newburgh. They lived at Newburgh in 1874. 

II. John William Street, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1833. 

III. Minerva Street, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 23 Sept. 1834; died at 
Newburgh, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1842. 

IV. Stephen Bedford Street, b. at Newburgh, N. Y., 29 Nov. 1842; 
died there, 29 July 1843. 

V. Alice Street, b. at Newburgh, N. Y., 24 Aug. 1845 ; died there, 
1 8 July 1847. 



Chil. of John Creenlief and Lydia Staples (Wright) Street. 

I. Justus Greenlief Street, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 18 Ap. 1838; 
died at New Lisbon, Ohio, 29 July 1 839, and was buried there. 



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II. George William Street, b. at New Lisbon, Ohio, 2 Ap. 1840; 
married at New York City, 18 Sept. 1872, Mary Dodge DelaVergne, born 
1 8 Sept. 1840, dau. of Edward Morton and Harriet (Brown) DelaVergne. 
He served during the whole war of 1861, was in twenty-seven battles, and 
was twice slightly wounded. He enlisted, 20 May 1861, in Co. A, 67th 
Reg., N. Y. S. Vol.; reenlisted in Jan. 1864, and was soon appointed 
Quartermaster Sergeant on the staff of the 65th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol.; and 
was. discharged 20 July 1865. He lived in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; and was, in 
Sept. 1 874, a member of the firm of John G. Street & Son, manufacturers 
of travelling bags, trunks, etc., in New York City. 

III. Mary Frances Street, b. at New Lisbon, Ohio, 7 March 1842; 
married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 19 Dec. 1861, George William Johns, who was 
born at Huntington, Vt, 28 Oct. 1839, son of Cyrus and Mary (Acker- 
man) Johns. In Sept. 1874, he was auditor of the National Express Co., 
in New York City. 

IV. Charles Creenlief Street, b. at Fishkill Village, N. Y., 17 Oct 
1844; married at her father's house, 8 High Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 22 
May 1867, Catharine Frances Jarvis, who was born at 108 Eighth Avenue, 
New York, 3 Feb. 1847, dau. of Henry and Catharine (Stanford) Jarvis. 
He settled in Brooklyn, N. Y., and was living there in Sept. 1874; and was 
then a member of the firm of Detwiller, Street & Co., pyrotechnists, 9 Dey 
Street, New York. 

V. Langford Street, b. at New York City, 29 Dec. 1 846 ; died there, 
6 Jan. 1849, and was buried at Fishkill Village, N. Y. 

VI. Annie Wright Street, b. at New York City, i Aug. 1855 ; and 
was living at Brooklyn, N. Y., in Sept. 1874. 



Chll. of William H. and Mary C. (Street) Annin. 

I. Edward Annin, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 16 Aug. 1846; died 
there, 20 March 1847. 

II. Mary Susan Annin, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 21 Sept. 1848; 
and was living at Fishkill, N. Y., in 1874. 

III. Walter Hughson Annin, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 3 March 
1850; a travelling salesman; lived at Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1874. 



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Child of Uriah and Fanny (Lockwood) Cray. 

I. William Lockwood Cray, b. i Jan. 1818; went to sea in 1834, 
since which his friends have not heard from him. 



Child of William Rodney and Sarah (Halnes) Lockwood. 

I. Melissa Lockwood, b. at Southeast, N. Y., 29 Sept. 1840; mar- 
ried there, 29 Sept. 1 863, John Rundle Bloomer, a farmer, son of Stephen 
and Martha (Rundle) Bloomer, of North Salem, N. Y., formerly of South- 
east, where he was born 18 March 1826. They settled at Southeast, and 
were living there in Sept. 1877, a mile and a half east of Brewster's Station. 



Chil. of Lewis Le Grand and Rebecca (Webb) Whitney. 

I. Sarah Hall Whitney, b. at Stamford, Conn., 8 Oct. 1839; resided 
with her father at Stamford, during his life, and was living there in Jan. 
1877, unmarried. 

II. Wells Rossiter Whitney, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 4 Sept. 1841 ; a 
clerk; married at Unadilla, N. Y., 16 Nov. 1864, by Rev. S. S. Goodman, 
Presbyterian, to Mary Louise Teller, born at Fulton, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1842, 
dau. of Jacob and Maria (Seaman) Teller. He lived at Unadilla from Jan. 
1864 to March 1873; and, since that, at Delhi, N. Y. He enlisted at 
Stamford, Conn., 12 Aug. 1862, as corporal, in Co. A, 28th Reg., Conn. 
Vol. Inf.; took part in the seige and capture of Port Hudson; and was 
mustered out at New Haven, Conn., 28 Aug. 1863. 



Chil. of John and Harriet Newell (Whitney) Taylor. 

I. William Lewis Taylor, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 12 Nov. 1845 ! a 
drug-clerk, and farmer; married at Baldwinsville, N. Y., 13 Oct. 1868, by 
Rev. Samuel T. Merrill, Baptist, to Margaret Ellen Braham, born at 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 12 March 1849, dau. f Englehardt and Mary Jane 
(Nugent) Braham. ' They resided at Mount Hope, Wis., without children, 
in 1874. 

II. Arthur Whitney Taylor, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 14 Sept. 1849. 

'Englehardt Braham was born at " Euboch," Prussia, 19 March 1820; and resided at Hoboken, 
N. J., in 1874. 



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Chll. of William Chappell and Maria Louisa (Whitney) Adams. 

I. Frederick Chappell Adams, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 13 July 1847 ; 
died there, 2 May 1854, and was buried in the Norwalk Cemetery. 

II. Charles Henry Adams, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 28 Jan. 1849; 
married by Rev. O. S. Gates, at South Norwalk, 27 Nov. 1872, to Mary Emily 
Remsen, born at Huntington, L. I., 1 6 June 1852, dau. of John and Phebe 
Elizabeth (Jarvis) Remsen. He lived at South Norwalk in 1873. 

III. John McLean Adams, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 25 Aug. 1850; 
died there, 7 Aug. 1852, and was buried in the Norwalk Cemetery. 

IV. Sarah Ella Adams, twin, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 10 Sept. 1852; 
died there, 14 Aug. 1853, and was buried in the Norwalk Cemetery. 

V. Julia Eva Adams, twin, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 10 Sept. 1852; 
died there, of diphtheria, 28 Oct. 1862, and was buried in the Norwalk 
Cemetery. 

VI. Alice Louisa Adams, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 21 Oct. 1855; died 
there, of diphtheria, 6 Nov. 1862, and was buried in the Norwalk Cemetery. 

VII. LeCrand Whitney Adams, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 5 Nov. 1857; 
died there, of diphtheria, 12 Nov. 1862, and was buried in the Norwalk 
Cemetery. 

VIII. William Herbert Adams, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 26 Aug. 1859. 

IX. Caroline Marshall Adams, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 22 March 
1862. 

X. Frank Whitney Adams, b. at Norwalk, Conn., i Feb. 1865. 



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Chit, of George Gilbert and Myra Emeline (Whitney) Pennoyer. 

I. George LeCrand Pennoyer, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 17 Ap. 1846; 
died there, 1 2 Nov. 1 849, and was buried in the Norwalk Cemetery. 

II. Francis Whitney Pennoyer, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 7 June 1848; 
died there, 6 Nov. 1850, and was buried in the Norwalk Cemetery. 



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III. William Moore Pennoyer, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 26 May 1853; 
and resided at Stamford, Conn., in 1874. 



Chil. of Horace Gardiner and Mary Elizabeth (Durand) Hyatt. 

I. Charles Augustus Hyatt, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 28 Nov. 1842; 
died at Norwalk, 29 Dec. 1843, and was buried there. 

II. Annie Durand, adopted, married Clarence Nash, son of Daniel 
Kellogg and Sally (Raymond) Nash. See his record. 



Chil. of William Francis and Emeline Matilda (Ogden) Hyatt. 

I. Annie Hyatt, b. at New York City, 8 July 1857. 

II. Herbert Ogden Hyatt, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1859. 

III. Frank Stanly Hyatt, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., i Ap. 1862. 

Child of William Francis and Julia Selina (Merrill) Hyatt. 

IV. Clara Merrill Hyatt, b. 27 Oct. 1869. 

Chil. of William Lewis and Lydia Ensign (Treat) Quintard. 

I. Mary Caroline Quintard, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 24 March 1847; 
and lived there in 1874, unmarried. 

II. William Evert Quintard, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 5 Nov. 1848; 
and lived there in 1 874, unmarried. 

Chil. of Francis Edmund and Harriet Maria (Allen) Quintard. 

I. Harriet Frances Quintard, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 10 May 1847; 
died 25 Nov. 1847, an d was buried in Norwalk Cemetery. 



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II. Charles Augustus Quintard, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 7 Nov. 
1848 ; a travelling salesman; married at Danbury, Conn., 18 June 1873, 
by Rev. J. L. Peck, Meth. Epis., to Emma Beers, dau. of Leander and Huldah 
(Platt) Beers, of Danbury, where she was born 15 Aug. 1853. They were 
living at Norwalk in March 1875, without children. 

III. Homer Allen Quintard, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 17 Jan. 1851; 
died 9 July 1854, and was buried in Norwalk Cemetery. 

IV. Henry Francis Quintard, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 19 Feb. 1853 ; 
died 12 July 1853, and was buried in Norwalk Cemetery. 

Chil. of Francis Edmund and Matilda (Lounsbury) Quintard. 

V. Harriet Frances Quintard, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 2 Aug. 1855. 

VI. Frederick Homer Quintard, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 24 Jan. 1857. 



Chil. of Bennett Davis and Mary Elizabeth (Quintard) Lum. 

I. George Bennett Lum, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 13 June 1849. 

II. Elizabeth Bowers Lum, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 24 Oct. 1850; 
married at Stamford, Conn., 29 May 1872, by Rev. Samuel Dunham, 
pastor of the First Congregational Church at Norwalk, to James Edward 
Allen, a railroad-engineer, born 22 Dec. 1847, son f William Henry and 
Elizabeth (Allen) Allen, of Westport, Conn. He is employed on the New 
York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, and has lived at 4 Liberty 
Court, New Haven, Conn., since 10 March 1873. They have no children. 

III. Mary Louisa Lum, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 12 Dec. 1853. 

IV. Harriet Frances Lum, b. in River Street, Stamford, Conn., 30 
June 1860. 



Chil. of John and Jemima (Benedict) Rlley. 

I. John Riley, b. 28 Sept. 1817; died 7 July 1819. 

II. William Thomas Rlley, b. 4 Aug. 1820. 



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III. Adelia Riley, b. 13 Sept. 1822; married Richard Place, whose 
first wife was her aunt, Betsey Benedict. 

IV. Elizabeth Riley, b. 5 Dec. 1824; married Daniel D. Dyer, a 

dealer in shoes. 

V. Mary Esther Riley, b. 15 July 1828. 

VI. Helen Riley, b. 28 Oct. 1830. 

VII. Martha Riley, b. 19 Oct. 1832; died 10 Aug. 1833. 



Child of William and Martha B. (Keillng) Benedict. 
I. William Benedict, b. 28 Oct. 1819; died 13 Feb. 1820. 

Child of Richard and Betsey (Benedict) Place. 
I. Polly Betsey Place, b. 20 Aug. 1842. 

Chll. of Lewis and Ann (Hoyt) St. John. 

I. Ann Maria St. John, b. 26 Sept. 1828; married, 24 May 1852, 
Allen Betts, a farmer and miller, who was born at Wilton, Conn., 6 July 
1817. They dwelt at New Canaan, Conn., till 1856; and resided at 
Norwalk, Conn., in 1868. 

II. Silas Hamilton St. John, b. 13 Feb. 1830; died 28 July 1832, 
of hydrocephalus, and was buried in St. John's Chapel burying-ground, in 
New York City. 

Chil. of Lewis and Margaret Ann (Ackerman) St. John. 

III. Edwin Millikan St. John, b. 6 Sept. 1839; married in New 
York City, 22 May 1867, Ida C. Paddock, born 29 Aug. 1848, dau. of 
Thaddeus R. Paddock. 

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fever, 5 Sept. 1866, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery, Newtown, 
L. I. 

V. Henry Ackerman St. John, b. 18 Aug. 1844; died 27 July 
1845, of hydrocephalus, and was buried in a vault in St. Luke's church- 
yard, New York. 

Child of Ezra and Deborah (St. John) White. 

I. Horace White, b. 20 June 1826; and lived at West Oneonta, 
N.Y., in 1874. 



Chll. of James and Hannah (Brown) St. John. 

I. Silas St. John, b. at New York, 4 Ap. 1835 ; married there, 19 

Ap. 1 86 1, Julia Cook, born at New York, dau. of and Mary 

(Morgan) Cook. She died, I Jan. 1873, at Augusta, Georgia, and was 
buried there. He lived at St. Louis, Mo., in 1874, in the service of the 
Adams Express Co. 

II. Julia St. John, b. at New York, 16 Oct. 1838; married at 
Stamford, Conn., 28 Oct. 1869, James Christie Nightingale, who was born 
at New York, 22 Sept. 1836, son of John and Ann Jane (Agnew) Night- 
ingale. He was graduated at the University of the City of New York, in 
the class of 1861 ; and at the Princeton Theological Seminary, in the class 
of 1865. He was licensed to preach 14 Ap. 1865; ordained by the Pres- 
bytery of New York 1 3 Oct. 1 866 ; supplied the pulpit of the Canal Street 
Presbyterian Church in New York, from I Sept. 1865 to I Sept. 1867; was 
then pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Islip, L. I., till I Jan. 1869; 
soon after which he went to Smithville, N. Y., where he was installed 15 
Dec. 1 869. He resigned i Jan. 1 874 ; and accepted a call to the Presby- 
terian Church at Babylon, Huntington, L. L, where he was installed as 
pastor 10 Feb. 1874; and has lived there since i Ap. 1874. 



Chil. of Henry and Maria Louisa (St. John) Barren. 

I. John Robert Barron, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 30 July 1838; died 
there, 13 Feb. 1839. 

II. Joseph Henry Barron, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 31 March 1840; 
married at Big Flats, N. Y., 3 Nov. 1867, by Rev. William Atwood, Pres- 
byterian, to Rhetta Wing, of Elmira, N. Y., who was born at Big Flats, 20 
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Elmira, and were living there in 1874, he being then of the firm of White 
& Barren, makers of boot and shoes. 

III. Mary Agnes Barren, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 3 June 1842; mar- 
ried at Poundridge, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1862, by Rev. T. Smith, to Henry Burr 
Pillow, of Westport, Conn., a farmer, born at Poplar Plains, Westport, 
3 June 1 842, son of Lewis and Sarah (Lockwood) Pillow. He enlisted 
from Westport, 10 Sept. 1862, in Co. C, 28th Reg., Conn. Vol. Inf.; and 
died at Port Hudson, La., of typhoid fever, 25 July 1863. She was living 
at New Canaan, Conn., in 1874. 

IV. Alexander Barron, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 7 July 1844; a stock 
raiser; married at Golden City, Colorado, 21 Nov. 1869, by Rev. Peter 
Peterson, Methodist Episcopal, to Rose Barber, born at Rapids City, 111., 
27 Octi842, dau. of Jonas and Vira Ann (French) Barber. He was at 
Port Jervis, N. Y., ini86i; Elmira, N. Y., 1862; Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
1862 ; Penn Yan, N. Y., 1863 ; Nashville, Tenn., 1864-5; Denver and Fair 
Play, Colorado, 1866; Golden, Colorado, 1866 to 1870; and since that 
at Boulder, Colorado, where they were living in Aug. 1874. 

V. Ann Eliza Barron, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 19 Dec. 1846; married 
at Tarrytown, N. Y., 17 Oct. 1867, by Rev. John Hale Painter, to Theodore 
Painter, of Norwalk, son of Rev. John Hale and Elizabeth (Green) Painter, 
of Canarsie, Flatlands, L. I. He served in the war of 1861. They were 
living at Beloit, 111., in 1874. 

VI. Maria Cordelia Barron, twin, b. at New Canaan, Conn, 15 Oct. 
1850; married there, 14 July 1872, by Rev. Mark Staples, Methodist, to 
Frederick Crosby, of New Canaan, a shoemaker, who was born at New 
York City, 14 July 1848, son of Frederick and Julia Ann (Pendes) Crosby, 
afterward of New Canaan. They resided at New Canaan in 1874. 

VII. Elizabeth Arabel Barron, twin, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 15 
Oct. 1850; married there, 14 July 1872, by Rev. Mark Staples, Methodist, 
to John Crosby, a shoemaker, who was born at Brooklyn, N. Y., 12 March 
1850, son of Frederick and Julia Ann (Pendes) Crosby, afterward of New 
Canaan. They were living at New Canaan in 1874. 

VIII. James St. John Barron, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 22 Nov. 
1854; and was living there in 1874. 



Chll. of Nathan Oglesby and Sarah (Bucktaee) St. John. 

I. Charles William St. John, b. at Newark, N. J., 9 Feb. 1848; j 14253 
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Baptist, to Mary Lydia Buiiivant, of London, England, dau. of Thomas and 
Sarah Jane (Kelso) Buiiivant; and resided at Port Jervis in 1874. 

II. James Shand St. John, b. at Newark, N. J., 4 March 1850; 
and resided there in 1 874. 

III. Emma Louisa St. John, b. at Newark, N. J., 26 Feb. 1852; 
and resided at Port Jervis, N. Y., with her parents, in 1874. 



Chil. of James Hutchingson and Elizabeth Arabella (St. John) Shand. 

I. Elizabeth Arabella Shand, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 5 March 1844; 
died there 28 Ap. 1845, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

II. James Sutherland Shand, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 15 March 



1847; died there 28 Aug. 1847, an ^ was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

III. Annie Arabel Shand, b. at 94 Sands Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 3 
Sept. 1848; a teacher, unmarried; resided on the old St. John Farm, at 
Belden's Hill, Wilton, Conn., in 1874. 



Chil. of William Legrand and Sarah Amanda (Honker) St. John. 
I. Mary Agnes St. John, b. at Port Jervis, N. Y., 4 March 1860. 

6168 II. Eva Jane St. John, b. at Port Jervis, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1862. 

6169 III. Bernard Legrand St. John, b. at Port Jervis, N. Y., 12 July 
1866. 

6170 IV. Orison Edmond St. John, b. at Port Jervis, N.Y., 26 Jan. 1870. 
V. Anna Shand St. John, b. at Kingston, N. Y., 25 Sept. 1873. 



Chil. of Jesse Raymond and Elizabeth (Reed) Betts. 

6172 I. Edward Nelson Betts, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 8 June 1827; a 
carriage and house painter; married at Auburn, N. Y., Catharine Scott, 





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II. Samuel Oscar Betts, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 28 Ap. 1830; an 
engineer; married at Bryan, Ohio, where her father then lived, 17 Oct. 
1858, Mary Adeline Obrist, born 3 Ap. 1839, dau. of Alfred and Elizabeth 
Obrist. He lived at Toledo, Ohio, in 1868. 

III. Orsamus Allen Betts, b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 26 Ap. 1833 ; 
lived at Chicago, 111., in 1868. 

IV. William Henry Betts, b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 26 Aug. 1835; 
served in the U. S. Navy throughout the war of 1861, first on the Augusta, 
then on the Fort Jackson. 

V. Mary Elizabeth Betts, b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 15 June 1838; 
died unmarried, 17 July 1865, and was buried at Waterloo, N. Y., in Maple 
Grove Cemetery. 

VI. Olive Aurelia Betts, b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1841. 

VII. John Philo Betts, b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., i Sept. 1844; died 
at Seneca Falls in Sept. 1845, an ^ was buried there. 

VIII. John Philo Betts, b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1846; a 
blacksmith; married at Waterloo, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1866, Mary Jane Kinnan, 
born 30 July 1850, dau. of Augustus and Mary Louisa Kinnan, of Pontiac, 
Mich. He resided at Waterloo in 1867. 

IX. Charles Morgan Betts, b. at Cayuga, N. Y., 19 Feb. 1850. 



Chil. of John Legrand and Matilda (Tristram) Reed. 

I. Matilda Seymour Reed, b. at Darien, Conn., u July 1845; died 
March 1865, and was buried in the Union Cemetery, at Five Mile River, 

Norwalk, Conn. 

II. John William Reed, b. at Darien, Conn., 16 Feb. 1847; an 
accountant; was employed in a banking-house at 94 Broadway, New 
York, in 1867. 

III. Mary Antoinette Reed, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 19 Sept. 1850. 

IV. Howard Curzon Reed, b. at Darien, Conn., 18 Sept. 1854. 







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Chil. of Moses Olmstead and Cornelia Wllber (Lovejoy) Reed. 

I. Catharine Amelia Reed, b. 7 Dec. 1841; married, 7 May 1864, 
Richard H. Demill, who was born 15 June 1841. 

II. Rodolphus Olmstead Reed, b. 21 Dec. 1847; lived .at South 
Norwalk, Conn., in 1868. 



Child of Lewis Seymour and Phebe Maria (Sanford) Reed. 

I. Frances Augusta Reed, b. at Five Mill River, Darien, Conn., 31 
Jan. 1855. 



Chil. of Walter Burr and Amelia Sophia (Draper) Reed. 

I. John Franklin Reed, b. 6 Sept. 1859. 

II. Hiram Edgar Reed, b. 24 June 1861. 

III. Mary Ella Reed, b. 8 Aug. 1863. 

IV. Minnie Gertrude Reed, b. 23 March 1865. 



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Chil. of William C. and Sarah Frances (Reed) Doollttle. 

I. Frances M. Doolittle, b. i May 1856. 

II. Mary E. Doolittle, b. i June 1858. 

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I. Josephine Frances Reed, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 19 May 1825; 14261 
married, 6 May 1844, by Rev. Harvey Husted, Methodist, to George 
Whiting Raymond, a merchant-tailor, of Bridgeport, Conn., born 24 May 
1816, son of Gershom and Delia Raymond, of South Norwalk. He 
retired from business before 1868. 



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II. Mary Antoinette Reed, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 31 Jan. 1827; 
died there 4 June 1829. 

III. Maria Louise Reed, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 17 Feb. 1829; 
married, 7 Nov. 1863, at Bridgeport, Conn., by Rev. Nathaniel Hewit, 
D.D., pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Bridgeport, to Andrew 
Vencin Smith, a restaurateur, of San Francisco, Cal., born at Five Mile 
River, Norwalk, 5 Aug. 1819, son of Gershom and Temperance Smith. 
They lived at San Francisco in 1 868. 



Chil. of Ellas and Harriet Newell (Reed) Johnson. 

I. Mary Antoinette Johnson, b. at Five Mile River, Norwalk, 
Conn., 27 Oct. 1836; married at Rye, N. Y., 16 May 1860, by Rev. E. D. 
Bryan, to Justus Bush Mead, of New Canaan, Conn. They lived at 
Darien Depot, Conn., in 1868. 

II. Jennette Johnson, b. at Darien, Conn., 24 Oct. 1838; married 
at Mamaroneck, N. Y., 3 Jan. 1859, by Rev. John M. Ward, rector of St. 
Thomas' Church, to John Bell Fickett, of Darien. They lived at Darien 
Depot in 1 868. 

III. Almira Louisa Johnson, b. at Darien, Conn., 15 Sept. 1842; 
died at Darien, 1 5 July 1 846, and was buried there. 

IV. Harriet Newell Johnson, b. at Darien, Conn., 3 Aug. 1844; 
married at Port Chester, N. Y., 3 Aug. 1862, by Rev. C. T. Mallory, to 
William Hobble, of Stamford, Conn. They lived at Darien Depot in 1868. 

V. Maria Louisa Johnson, b. at Darien, Conn., 23 Ap. 1851. 



Chil. of Nehemiah and Abby Delia (Reed) Merrick. 

I. Sylvanus Merrick. 

II. Elmore Merrick. 

III. Miriam Merrick. 

IV. Cornelius Warren Merrick. 



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Chil. of William and Miriam (Reed) Dougherty. 

I. Ellen Augusta Dougherty, b. 21 Aug. 1842. 

II. William John Dougherty, b. 10 Nov. 1844. 

Child of John Roswell and Georgiana (Pennoyer) Reed. 

I. William Lewis Reed, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 3 July 1852; lived at 

New Milford, Conn., in 1868. 

Chil. of Thaddeus Seymour and Sarah Ann (Kerr) Reed. 

I. James Douglas Reed, b. at New York, 21 Aug. 1852. 

II. Lucretia Ann Reed, died 5 Oct. 1856, and was buried in Green- 
wood Cemetery. 






Chil. of James Harvey and Mary Esther (Reed) Beers. 

I. Charles Thaddeus Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 3 Oct. 1850. 

II. Sarah Jeanette Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 12 Sept. 1852. 

III. Clinton Seymour Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 26 Feb. 1854. 

IV. Elbert Henry Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 15 Feb. 1856. 

V. Theodore Leroy Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 7 Ap. 1858. 

VI. Fanton Wills Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 30 Sept. 1860. 

VII. Minnie Estelle Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 17 Jan. 1862. 

VIII. Lilian Louise Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 18 March 1865. 

IX. Mary Esther Beers, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 20 July 1867. 



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Chil. of William North and Anna Rebecca Carthwaite (Halsey) 

Seymour. 

I. Hannah Maria North Seymour, b. at 18 Chrystie Street, New 
York City, 26 Ap. 1825 ; married at Yonkers, N. Y., 7 June 1849, Horace 
Barber Burdett, who was born 8 Sept. 1822. They resided at Plainfield, 
N. J., in 1868. 

II. Mary Halsey Seymour, b. at 18 Chrystie Street, New York, 3 
Jan. 1828; married at Yonkers, N. Y., 26 Nov. 1851, James Mott Hyde, 
Jr., who was born 3 Oct. 1814. They lived at 6 St. Felix Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., in 1868. 

III. Ann Rebecca Seymour, b. at 18 Chrystie Street, New York, 24 
Oct. 1829; married in New York, 23 March 1848, William Runk, who was 
born 9 Nov. 1814. They resided at 249 Carleton Avenue, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., in 1868. He died 29 Nov. 1871; she, 23 July 1872. 

IV. Juliette Augusta Seymour, b. at 18 Chrystie Street, New York 
City, 18 Aug. 1831; married at Yonkers, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1853, Henry 
Brevoort Odell, who was born 22 Feb. 1830. They lived at Yonkers in 
1868. 

V. Sarah Hedenberg Seymour, b. at New York, 15 July 1833; 
married at Yonkers, N. Y., 27 Ap. 1859, Jacob Odell, who was born 8 Jan. 
1834. They lived at 124 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1868. 
She died 9 Nov. 1876. 

VI. William Lewis Seymour, b. at 160 Henry Street, New York, 
25 June 1835 > married, 12 Ap. 1859, Sarah Cleveland Huntington, born 
at Hudson, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1840, youngest child of Joseph Carew and Julia 
Stewart (Dodge) Huntington, 1 afterward of New York City. He lived at 
345 East 49th Street, New York, in 1868 ; and died 6 July 1872. 

VII. Thaddeus Cuthbert Seymour, b. at 160 Henry Street, New 
York, 30 March 1837; died in the same house, 5 Oct. 1837, and was 
buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

VIII. Thaddeus Cuthbert Seymour, b. at 160 Henry Street, New 
York City, 25 Feb. 1839; died at Flatbush, L. I., 6 Sept. 1840, and was 
buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

IX. Charles Walton Seymour, b. at Flatbush, L. I., 19 March 

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1843; g rac l- at Williams College, 18 ; and was practising law in New 
York City in 1868, and living at Yonkers, N. Y. He married, 18 Sept. 
1866, at Yonkers, Helen Amanda Holmes, who was born 12 Oct. 1844. 



Chi I. of Thaddous Seymour 1 and Hannah Cray (Eel Is) St. John. 

I. Mary St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 19 June 1820; married at her 
father's house in Walton, 15 Feb. 1849, by Rev. J. S. Pattengill, pastor of 
the First Congregational Church of Walton, to David Peabody, a dentist, 
who was born in June 1808. She died 13 Nov. 1864, at her father's house 
in Walton, and was buried in Walton Cemetery. He dwelt at Delhi, 
N. Y., till the Spring of 1874; and then settled at Colchester, N. Y. 

II. William Seymour St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 13 Ap. 1822; 
a merchant; married at her father's house, I Jan. 1845, by Rev. E. Darwin 
Willis, Congregational, to Juliet Bristol, dau. of John and Priscilla (Robert- 
son) Bristol, of Walton, where she was born 19 Sept. 1823. She died at 
Walton, 5 Ap. 1852, and was buried in Walton Cemetery. He was mar- 
ried (2d), 7 Dec. 1852, at the house of David Peabody, in Elmira, N. Y., 
by Rev. David Murdock, D.D., pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church 

of Elmira, to Betsey Ann Hanford, widow of Waring, and dau. of 

Seth and Betsey (Seeley) Hanford, of New Canaan, Conn., where she was 
born 6 Sept. 1 8 1 6. They were living at Walton in 1 874. 

III. Thaddeus Seymour St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 27 Oct. 
1829; died at Walton, 6 Oct. 1837, and was buried in the old Episcopal 
burying-ground, but has since been removed to Walton Cemetery. 

IV. Hannah Cray St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., i Nov. 1836; died 



i The following account of the festivities at the 
house of Thaddeus Seymour St. John, on the 
hundredth anniversary of his father's birth, has 
been thought worthy of preservation : 

WALTON, Delaware County, N. Y., June 6. 
Mr. Cook St. John celebrated his one hundredth 
birthday at the house of T. S. St. John in this 
village on Tuesday, June 3, with his descendants 
to the fifth generation around him. The sight at 
the dinner was a beautiful one. The white-haired 
centenarian was surrounded by scores of his de- 
scendants, whose ages ranged from two years to 
eighty-three. The company numbered III. On 
the green surrounding the house a temporary 
dining room was prepared, decorated with ever- 
greens and screened by the American flag, on 
which were the figures 1873 in laurel leaves. 



The aged patriarch occupied the centre of a long 
table, with a face beaming with pleasure. At his 
right and left were branches of his family tree 
down to the fifth generation. In front of him 
was the century cake, a pyramid three and a half 
feet high, consisting of 100 layers, and decorated 
with 100 different varieties of flowers. After the 
dinner Mr. St John retired to take his usual nap, 
telling the children that he would return and in- 
dulge in a frolic on the green with them. 

The Rev. Mr. Purrington, in addressing the 
company, said : " Mr. St. John once remarked 
to me, ' I lived with my first wife seven years, 
with my second wife fifty years, and with my 
daughter-in-law over twenty years, without re- 
ceiving an unkind word.' " New York Sun, June 
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at Walton, 8 Sept. 1841, and was buried in the old Episcopal burying- 
ground, but has since been removed to Walton Cemetery. 

V. Edward Lewis St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 17 June 1842; 
died at Walton, 20 Feb. 1843, and was buried in the old Episcopal burying- 
ground, but has since been removed to Walton Cemetery. 

VI. Lewis Seymour St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 4 July 1845; a 14317 
merchant ; married at Walton, 30 Oct. 1 866, in the First Congregational 
Church, by Rev. J. S. Pattengill, to Mary Etta Launt, dau. of Frederick 

and Marietta (Chase) Launt, of Walton, formerly of Hamden, N. Y., 
where she was born 28 Oct. 1846. They settled at Walton, and were 
living there in 1874. 



Chil. of Nathaniel Cray and Betty (St. John) Eells. 

I. Polly Ann Eells, b. at Walton, N.Y., 24 June 1818; died 8 Feb. 
1823, and was buried in Walton Cemetery. 

II. Hannah Eells, b. at Walton, N. Y., 20 May 1820; married at 
Walton, in the house of her grandfather, Cook St. John, i July 1840, to 
William Henry Fancher, of Walton, a merchant, born at New Canaan, 
Conn., 29 May 1811, son of Daniel and Mary (Smith) Fancher. They 
died at Walton (he, 19 Aug. 1867; she, 14 Oct. 1867), and were buried in 
Walton Cemetery. 

III. Samuel Cook Eells, b. at Walton, N. Y., 19 March 1822; a 
banker; married at Battle Creek, Mich., by Rev. D. B. Lyon, Episcopal, 
12 Oct. 1854, to Anna Elizabeth More, born at Delhi, N. Y., I Sept. 1834, 
dau. of Henry and Pauline (Farrington) More. They settled at Dixon, 
Illinois; where, in July 1874, he was cashier of the Lee County National 
Bank. 

IV. Anna Eells, b. near Walton, N. Y., about three miles from the 
village, on the Masonville road, 24 May 1824; married in Walton, about 
one mile from the village, on the East Brook road, 19 Sept. 1844, by Rev. 
E. D. Willis, Congregational, to Jetur Gardiner, a book-keeper and man- 
ufacturer, born on the " Gardiner farm," in Walton, three miles from the 
village, on the Franklin road, 15 Sept. 1803, son of Jetur and Susan 
(Johnson) Gardiner. They lived at 14 Morton Street, New York City, in 
1874. 

V. Nathaniel Cray Eells, b. at Walton, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1826; a 
merchant; married at Walton, 7 Sept. 1852, Elizabeth Brisack, born at 



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Walton, 8 May 1830, dau. of Sylvester and Mary (Mead) Brisack. They 
lived at Walton in 1 874. 



Chil. of William and Pamela (Gould) St. John. 

I. Sarah Seymour St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 21 June 1825; 
and was living there with her father, in 1874, unmarried. 

II. Anna Could St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 24 Aug. 1827; died 
23 Ap. 1850, unmarried. 

III. Betsey St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 15 July 1829; died 18 
July 1829. 

IV. William Ogden St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 18 July 1830; 
married, 2 Jan. 1868, Frances E. Atkinson, born 12 March 1849; and was 
living at Oakland, California, in 1 868. 

V. Pamela St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 20 June 1832; and was 
living there with her father, in 1 874, unmarried. 

VI. Henry Wakeman St. John, b. at Walton, N.Y., 29 Ap. 1835; 
married, 21 Jan. 1863, Harriet N. Buck, born 9 June 1834; and was living 
with his father, at Walton, in 1 874. 

VII. Nathan Cook St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 15 March 1837; 
died 5 Ap. 1839, an ^ was buried in Walton Cemetery. 

VIII. Lewis Seymour St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 5 Sept. 1838; 
and was living there, with his father, in 1874. 

IX. Nathan Cook St. John, b. at Walton, N. Y., 5 May 1841; died 
at Walton, unmarried, 14 Nov. 1875. 



Child of Russell M. and Hannah North (Seymour) Gallup. 

I. Mary Ann Gallup, b. at Unadilla, N. Y., u Aug. 1837; died 13 
Aug. 1837. 

Chil. of Samuel and Huldah (Bolton) Seymour. 

I. Hannah North Seymour, b. 23 Dec. 1846; died 2 March 1861. 

II. Lewis Seymour, b. 29 Jan. 1849. 



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IV. Eleanor Chatterton Seymour, b. 17 June 1853; died 10 Feb. 
1861. 



Chil. of David Hyde and Susan (Gardiner) Cay. 

I. Arthur Cay, b. at Walton, N. Y., n Feb. 1841; died at Walton, 19 
Nov. 1846, and was buried there, in the old Stockton Cemetery. 

II. Henry Cay, b. at Walton, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1842 ; died at Walton, 31 
May 1845, an d was buried there, in the Stockton Cemetery. 

III. Laura Gay, b. at Walton, N. Y., 27 Feb. 1845 ! g ra< 3- at Vassar 
College in 1 869 ; was living with her father, at Walton, in 1 874, and had 
then been preceptress of Walton Academy since Aug. 1870. 

IV. Anna Gardiner Cay, b. at Walton, N. Y., 20 Sept. 1848; died 
at Walton, 15 Dec. 1863, and was buried there, in the Stockton Cemetery. 

V. William Gardiner Gay, b. at Walton, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1852; died 
at Walton, 2 1 Nov. 1 863, and was buried there, in the Stockton Cemetery. 



Chil. of William Henry and Keziah Ann (Cay) Eells. 

I. Herbert Eells, b. at Walton, N.Y., 22 Dec. 1844; enlisted 25 Aug. 
1864, in Co. B, I44th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Inf., went to Hilton Head, S. C.; 
was appointed adjutant's clerk; served as such till the close of the war, and 
was discharged at Hilton Head, 25 June 1865. He married at Philadel- 
phia, Penn., 15 Feb. 1869, Rebecca Frances Byerly, born at Philadelphia, 

i June 1848, dau. of D. D. and (Wayne) Byerly. They have no 

children. He lived at Lexington, Ky., in 1868; and in 1874, resided at 
Philadelphia, where he was clerk and cashier in the office of To Day, a 
weekly newspaper, at 733 Sansom Street. 

II. Henry Gay Eells, b. at Walton, N. Y., 22 June 1849; died there 
23 Oct. 1865, and was buried in Walton Cemetery. 

III. John Seymour Eells, b. at Walton, N. Y., 17 Dec. 1850; a: 
hardware-merchant; married at Monroe, Mich., 10 Dec. 1873, by Rev. 
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Chil. of George Washington and Mary Ann (Belden) Bralnerd. 

I. Josephine Denison Brainerd, b. at New York City, 28 July 
1839; married, 5 May 1859, William Main Smillie, who was born at New 
York, 23 Nov. 1834. His father, James Smillie, was born at Edinburgh, 
Scotland ; and his mother, Catharine Van Valkenburgh, at Westkill, N. Y. 
He was of the American Bank Note Company, of New York, in June 
1877, and lived in that city. 

II. Ceorgiana Brainerd, b. at New York City, 4 Jan. 1842; died 
there, 29 Sept. 1842, and was buried in the Second Street Cemetery. 

III. George Belden Brainerd, b. at New York City, 30 June 1843 ; 
married at Peabody, Mass., 29 Ap. 1875, Helen Esther West Abbott, dau. 
of Hon. Alfred Amos and Helen (Sutton) Abbott, of Peabody, where she 
was born 4 Nov. 1851. They were living at New York in June 1877, 
without children. 

IV. Clarence Brainerd, b. at New York City, 13 Feb. 1846; and was 
living there in June 1877, unmarried. 

V. Walter Brainerd, b. at New York City, 2 Jan. 1849; an< 3 was 
living there in June 1877, unmarried. 

VI. Minnie Brainerd, b. at New York City, 13 Sept. 1851; died 
there, 16 March 1859, and was buried in the Second Street Cemetery. 



Chil. of Amasa 1 and Jane Louisa (Brown) Brainerd. 

I. Sarah Elizabeth Brainerd, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 23 Sept. 
1836; married at New York City, 15 Nov. 1859, Nathan Spring Parkhurst, 



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'The following facts came too late to take 
their place at No. 1974 : 

AMASA BRAINERD was married at 124 Monroe 
Street, New York, by Rev. John E. Miller, of 
Staten Island, N. Y., to JANK LOUISA BROWN, 
born at Chester, N. j., dau. of Aaron and Eliz- 
abeth (King) Brown. She was buried in the 
Second Street Cemetery, New York. He was 



married (ad), at Albany, N. Y., by Rev. Dr. 
Clark, to HANNAH MARIA BROWN, widow of 
Rev. Henry M. Parsons, and dau. of David 
Hull and Phebe (Rogers) Brown, of Chester, 
N. J., where she was born. He dwelt at New 
York till 1865; and then settled at 214 York 
Street, Jersey City, N. J., where he was living 
in June 1877. 



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Albany, N. Y., and were living there in June 1877. 

II. Mary Jane Brainerd, b. at New York City, 25 Feb. 1838; 
there, 26 Nov. 1838, and was buried in the Second Street Cemetery. 



died 



III. Mary Jane Brainerd, b. at New York City, 22 May 1839; 
married, in Nov. 1863, Walter Hawks; married (2d), 28 Sept. 1876, at her 
father's house in Jersey City, N. J., by Rev. G. B. Wilcox, to Charles 
Barnum Hitchcock, son of Fordyce and Caroline (Jennings) Hitchcock. 
They were living at Jersey City in June 1877. 

IV. Jane Brainerd, b. at New York City, 9 March 1844 ; died there, 
28 May 1844, and was buried in the Second Street Cemetery. 

V. Dyer Brainerd, b. at New York City, 12 July 1845 ; a manufac- 
turing jeweller; married at New York, 18 May 1865, by her uncle, Rev. 
S. D. Burchard, D.D., to Agnes Maria Dllks, dau. of George W. and 
Caroline Amelia (Williams) Dilks, of New York, where she was born I July 
1845. She died 24 June 1867, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, 
from her father's house, 118 Macdougal Street, New York. He was mar- 
ried (2d), 15 Nov. 1870, at Oswego, N. Y., by Rev. A. B. Beach, rector of 
Christ Church, Oswego, to Jenny Coughtry Sipperly, born at Troy, N. Y., 
i Sept. 1850, dau. of Levi and Elizabeth (Fonda) Sipperly. He was in 
partnership with his father, at 9 Maiden Lane, New York, in June 1877. 

VI. William Arthur Brainerd, b. at New York City, 12 May 1847; 
died there, 22 Ap. 1854, and was buried in the Second Street Cemetery. 



Chil. of Samuel Seymour and Pamela Wilbur (De Cost) Brainerd. 

I. Nash De Cost Brainerd, b. at New York City, 21 July 1839; 
died at New York, 28 Aug. 1839, and was buried there. 

II. Pamela De Cost Brainerd, b. at New York City, 1 1 Ap. 1843 ; 
died at New York, 12 Feb. 1846, and was buried there. 

III. Ella Brainerd, b. at New York City, 20 March 1845 ; died at St. 
Louis, Mo., 3 June 1852, and was buried at Skaneateles, N. Y. 

IV. Samuel Seymour Brainerd, b. at New York City, 20 Ap. 1847; 
died at St. Louis, Mo., 3 Nov. 1859, and was buried at Skaneateles, N. Y. 



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V. Joseph Chevers Brainerd, b. at New York City, 22 Dec. 1848; 
died at St. Louis, Mo., 29 Aug. 1854, and was buried at Skaneateles, N. Y. 

VI. Virginia Hunter Brainerd, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 31 Aug. 1850; 
and was living with her father at St. Louis, in June 1877, unmarried. 

VII. Evelyn Porter Brainerd, twin, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 17 Nov. 
1854; died there, 3 Dec. 1857, and was buried at Skaneateles, N. Y. 

VIII. Emily Renshaw Brainerd, twin, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 17 Nov. 
1854; died there, 29 July 1855, and was buried at Skaneateles, N. Y. 

Chil. of Samuel Seymour and Josephine (Osborn) Brainerd. 

IX. Clinton Osborn Brainerd, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 27 Jan. 1868. 

X. Ella Josephine Brainerd, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 14 Sept. 1870; 
died 12 Ap. 1871. 

XI. Leslie Seymour Brainerd, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 17 Ap. 1872. 

XII. Louis Schuyler Brainerd, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 28 Sept. 1874. 



Chil. of John 1 and Christina Livingston (Depew) Brainerd. 

I. James Baldwin Brainerd, b. in Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
31 Jan. 1851; died there, 14 July 1852, and was buried in John Depew's 
lot, in the old Christ Church burial-ground. 



II. Christina Depew Brainerd, b. at 198 Butler Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 24 Ap. 1853; and lived at 106 Ryerson Street, Brooklyn, in 1868, 
and in Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in June 1877, unmarried. 

III. Albert Ball Brainerd, b. at 106, now 173, Ryerson Street, 



1 The following facts were received too late to 
take their place at No. 1976 : 

JOHN BRAINKRD was born in Cherry Street, 
at its junction with Franklin Square, N. Y. He 
was formerly a merchant, but in 1849 became a 
broker in real estate, at the Wall Street ferry, 
Brooklyn, L. I., which was still his business in 
1877. At the time of his marriage, 4 Dec. 1845, 
his wife's parents dwelt in the old homestead in 
Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where she was 



born ; and were communicants in Christ Church, 
Poughkeepsie, in which he was married by the 
rector, Rev. Homer Wheaton. He dwelt at 
Skaneateles, N. Y., for three years; at Corning, 
N. Y., four years; and at Brooklyn about twenty- 
seven years, twenty-two of which were spent m 
one house, 106, new number 173, Ryerson Street. 
They were living at 421 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, 
in Tune 1877. He disowns the middle name, 
Osborne, and writes his name John Brainerd. 



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Brooklyn, N. Y., i July 1860; and lived at 421 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, 
in June 1877. 

IV. Laura Cay Brainerd, b. at 106, now 173, Ryerson Street, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 17 Feb. 1864; and lived at 421 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, 
in June 1877. 



Chil. of Henry and Sarah Maria (Brainerd) Holmes. 

I. Dyer Brainerd Holmes, b. at Galveston, Texas, 31 May 1857; 
and was living at Carthage, Mo., in June 1877. 

II. Clara Louisa Holmes, b. at East Orange, N. J., 2 Sept. 1859; 
and was living at Carthage, Mo., in June 1877. 

III. Jessie Frances Holmes, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 24 Sept. 1861; 
and was living with her parents in June 1877. 

IV. Mabel Howard Holmes, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 15 Nov. 1863; 
and was living with her parents in June 1877. 



Chil. of Lewis Seymour and Elizabeth Richards (Lockwood) Steele. 



1979 



1981 



I. Samuel Ferdinand Steele, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 25 July | 14341 
1832; a merchant; married, 25 Dec. 1854, Catharine Hines, who was 

born at New Canaan, 28 Jan. 1834. They settled at Walton, where 
she died i March 1877. He has been a deputy-sheriff of Delaware 
County. 

II. Thaddeus Seymour Steele, b. i June 1835; died 4 March 
1836. 

III. James Lewis Steele, b. 24 Dec. 1838; died 28 July 1839. 

IV. Lewis Edwin Steele, b. at Glen's Falls, N. Y., 30 Nov. 1841; 14346 
a merchant; married at Walton, N. Y., 21 June 1864, Mary Henrietta 
Craves, dau. of William and Catharine (Ogden) Graves, and g. dau. of 
Judge Isaac and Betsey (Raymond) Ogden, of Walton, where she was 

born 24 May 1842. They settled at Walton, and were living there in 
1874. 



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Chil. of Andrew Whiting and Harriet (Edgerton) Steele. 

I. Sarah Sophia Steele, b. in Walton, N. Y., 26 Feb. 1843 ; married 
there, 30 Jan. 1861, by Rev. J. S. Pattengill, Congregational, to George 
Crawley, born 20 June 1832, son of Abner and Eliza Ann (Bastow) Craw- 
ley. She died without children, 4 March 1862, in Walton, and was buried 
in Walton Cemetery. He enlisted in Aug. 1862, at Walton, in Co. B, I44th 
Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Inf., as corporal ; was fatally wounded 9 July 1 864, in the 
battle on John's Island, near Charleston, S. C; died 17 July 1864, at Gay 
Hospital, Hilton Head ; and was buried at Hilton Head. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Steele, b. in Walton, N. Y., 4 Dec. 1845 ; died 5 
Feb. 1846, in Walton, and was buried there. 

III. George Curdon Steele, b. in Walton, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1847; 
resided there in 1868; married, 3 Feb. 1869, Martha Edith Fuller, born 28 
Aug. 1848. They were living at Sidney Centre, N. Y., in 1874. 

IV. Lydia Augusta Steele, b. in Walton, N. Y., 3 June 1852 ; mar- 
ried, 3 Dec. 1873, Reuben H. Lewis, a locomotive-engineer, son of Reuben 
Lewis. They settled at Walton, and were living there in March 1877. 

V. Anna Elizabeth Steele, b. in Walton, N. Y., 23 Jan. 1855; and 
lived there in 1874, unmarried. 

VI. Erastus Edgerton Steele, b. in Walton, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1857; 
and lived there in 1874. 



Chil. of George Chester and Harriet Maria (Ames) Steele. 

6303 i I. Clarence Steele, b. at Walton, N. Y., 24 July 1856; a clerk; 

lived with his father, at Walton, in 1 874. 

6304 II. John Ames Steele, b. at Walton, N. Y., 4 Oct, 1857; a clerk; 
lived with his father, at Walton, in 1874. 

6305 III. Frederick Steele, b. at Walton, N. Y., 14 June 1863; died 22 
Feb. 1864, in Walton, and was buried in Walton Cemetery. 



Chil. of Thomas Bradley and Sarah Louisa (Seymour) Harris. 

I. Thaddeus Seymour Harris, b. in New York City, 7 March 1849; 
resided in Walton, N. Y., in 1868, and at Kearney Junction, Neb., in 1874, 
1 unmarried. 



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II. Sarah Bennett Harris, b. in New York City, 24 May 1850; 
married in Walton, N. Y., 24 Nov. 1867, by Rev. G. Huntington, rector of 
Christ Church, Episcopal, to Gabriel Smith Sawyer, a farmer, born in 


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III. Elizabeth Crackbon Harris, b. in Brooklyn, N.Y., 5 Dec. 1854; 14353 
married in Walton, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1874, Walter F. Randall, who was born 

30 Dec. 1851. 

IV. Flora Seymour Harris, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1857; 
lived in Walton, N. Y., in 1874. 

V. Virginia Saxton Harris, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1860; 
lived in Walton, N. Y., in 1874. 



Chil. of Charles Bervic and Emma Jane (Seymour) Wade. 

I. Elizabeth White Wade, b. in New York City, 2 Oct. 1854. 

II. Louise Beebe Wade, b. in Walton, N. Y., 14 Dec. 1856; died 
20 Jan. 1857, in Walton, and was buried in Walton Cemetery. 

III. William Durand Wade, b. in Walton, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1858. 

IV. Charles Edwin Wade, b. in Walton, N. Y., 7 June 1860. 

V. Andrew Seymour Wade, b. in Walton, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1862. 

VI. Alfred Lock wood Wade, b. in Walton, N. Y., 25 Feb. 1865. 

VII. Thomas Harris Wade, b. in Walton, N. Y., 12 July 1867; died 
12 July 1867, and was buried in Walton Cemetery. 



Chil. of Willard Miner and Mary Ann (Hitchcock) Hoyt. 

I. Angevine C. Hoyt, is named in the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 583, but 
not mentioned in the father's report. 

II. Francelia Elizabeth Hoyt, adopted, b. near Chenango Forks, 
N. Y., 14 Ap. 1846, or 13 Ap. 1847; married by her father, at his residence 



Whitney Family. 



in Middletown, Wis., 17 May 1870, to Charles Thompson Pease, a civil 
engineer, son of Alpheus D. and Nancy Taylor (Miller) Pease, of Martins- 
burgh, N. Y., formerly of Constableville, N. Y., where he was born 1 1 June 
1842. They dwelt at Martinsburgh for two and a half years; and then 
settled at Gloversville, N. Y., where they were living in 1874, without 
children. 



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Chi I. of Uriah and Jemima Ann (Hoyti Marvin. 1995 

6320 I. Margaret Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 15 Aug. 1836; died 4 
Sept. 1837. 

6321 II. Harriet Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 6 June 1838 ; married there, 14354 
15 Jan. 1859, John Peter Bally, a watchmaker, born in Geneva, Switzerland, 

12 July 1827. He came to America about 1844, and lived at Deposit in 
1868. 

6322 III. Charles Eugene Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1841; 
died there 21 Ap. 1843. 

6323 IV. Emeline Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 31 May 1843; resided 
there in 1868, unmarried. 

6324 V. Hannah Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 31 March 1845; married I435 6 
there, 7 Nov. 1865, Linus Seeley, born near Norwalk, Conn., 7 Oct. 1832. 

They lived at Walton, N. Y., in 1868. 

6325 VI. Thaddeus Hoyt Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1847; 
died there I Aug. 1854. 

6326 VII. Lewis Brainerd Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 8 July 1849; '4357 
married, 25 March 1871, Julia E. Bishop, who was born 24 June 1849. 

He died 15 Sept. 1873. 

6327 | VIII. Susan Anna Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1852; 

died there 17 Nov. 1857. 

6328 IX. James Simeon Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 18 June 1855. 

6329 X. Charles David Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1857. 

6330 XI. Jemima Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 4 May 1859. 

6331 XII. William Henry Marvin, b. at Deposit, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1862. 



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Chil. of Matthew Seymour and Rebecca (Stewart) Hoyt. '996 

I. James Stewart Hoyt, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 15 Nov. 1838; en- 
listed in New York City, 20 Ap. 1861, in Co. B, First Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. 
Infantry, serving under McClellan on the peninsula, and taking part in the 
battles of Fair Oaks and Seven Pines ; and was instantly killed, while 
making a charge, in the battle of Chantilly, Va., i Sept. 1862. He was 
buried on the battle-field. 

II. Sarah Emma Hoyt, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 19 Jan. 1842 ; died 13 
July 1844, m Coventry, and was buried there. 

III. Edward Payson Hoyt, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 25 Oct. 1846;! 14358 
enlisted, Sept. 1864, in the Tenth Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Cavalry; served to the 

close of the war, and was discharged in June 1865, having been at the 
bombardment of Fort Fisher, under Gen. Terry. He grad. at Binghamton 
Commercial College in 1866; and was married, 10 May 1866, in New York 
City, by Rev. Gordon Smith, Episcopalian, to Jennie Eliza Sagendorph, 
born at 95 Broadway, Providence, R. I., 12 Oct. 1849, dau. of George 
Adam and Sarah Frances (Greene) Sagendorph. She grad. at Stanwix 
Seminary, in Rome, N. Y., in 1866. After a year spent in Brooklyn, N. Y., 
and a year in Rocky Mountain travel, he settled in Deposit, N. Y.; and 
removed to Binghamton, N. Y., where he was living in 1873, foreman of a 
sash and blind factory. 

IV. Alice Cornelia Hoyt, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 10 Dec. 1848 ; lived 
in Coventry in 1873 ; married, 5 Sept. 1876, Samuel Sheldon. 



Chil. of John Benedict and Jane (Beecher) Hoyt. 

I. Emma Gertrude Hoyt, b. at West Pittston, Penn., 19 May 1855 ; 
died there, 23 Sept. 1855, and was buried in West Pittston Cemetery. 

II. Margaret Beecher Hoyt, b. at West Pittston, Penn., 5 June 1857; 
and was living there in June 1877. 

III. Mary Hoyt, b. at West Pittston, Penn., 7 Oct. 1860; died there, 
10 Oct. 1861, and was buried in West Pittston Cemetery. 

IV. Elizabeth Cooley Hoyt, b. at West Pittston, Penn., 13 Jan. 1862. 

V. John Benedict Hoyt, b. at West Pittston, Penn., 7 Nov. 1863. 



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VI. William Chauncey Hoyt, b. at West Pittston, Penn., 8 March 
1872 ; died 10 March 1872, and was buried in West Pittston Cemetery. 

VII. Charles Seymour Hoyt, b. at West Pittston, Penn., 10 Nov. 
1874. 



Chil. of Ephralm and Mary Margaret (Cole) Hoyt. 

I. Thaddeus Judson Hoyt, b. in Greene, N. Y., 19 Feb. 1842 ; died 
6 June 1842. 

II. Hannah Elizabeth Hoyt, b. in Greene, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1843 ; mar- 
ried Purcell ; and lived in Manhattan, Kansas, in 1873. 

III. William Francis Hoyt, b. in Greene, N. Y., 13 Nov. 1845; ' ve d 
in Manhattan, Kansas, in 1873. 

IV. Margaret Jennings Hoyt, b. in Greene, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1848; 
lived in Manhattan, Kansas, in 1873. 



Chil. of William Chauncey and Emeline Stiles (Cllmore) Hoyt. 

I. Willard Cilmore Hoyt, b. 5 Oct. 1849; died 10 May 1857. 

II. Lottie Amelia Hoyt, b. in Bath, N. Y., 9 Nov. 1858. 

III. Lewis Hoyt, b. in Bath, N. Y., 23 May 1860. 

IV. Elmer Hoyt, b. in Bath, N. Y., 2 June 1863 ; died 23 Ap. 1864. 

V. Lydia Ann Hoyt, b. in Bath, N. Y., 15 July 1866; died 20 Aug. 
1870. 

Chil. of Rufus Fancher and Laura Angeline (Barnum) Hoyt. 

I. Frank Melville Hoyt, b. in Binghamton, N. Y., 22 May 1850; a 
printer; and was living in Troy, N. Y., in 1874, unmarried. 

II. Lillia Belle Hoyt, b. in Union, N. Y., 23 May 1854; married in 



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1870, in Binghamton, N. Y., by Elder Wright, Baptist, to Nathaniel Stiles, 

a boot-finisher, who was born in Boston, Mass., in 1852, son of 

and Sophia (Stevens) Stiles. They were living in Boston in 1874. 

III. Orson Hoyt, b. in Union, N.Y., in March 1857; died on the next 
day, and was buried in Maine Village, N. Y. 

IV. Ausburne Courtney Hoyt, b. in Binghamton, N. Y., 24 Dec. 
1859; and was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 



Child of Samuel Augustus and Emma Lucretia (Hoyt) Beardsley. 
I. Emma Diana Beardsley, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 12 March 1867. 



Chil. of Samuel Gilbert and Charlotte Ridout (Elliott) Hoyt. 

I. Charles Clifton Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 18 May 1852; and 
lived in Kansas City, Mo., in 1873, unmarried. 

II. Susan Alice Hoyt, b. in Walton, N.Y., u Feb. 1854; died 24 
Feb. 1854, in Walton, and was buried in Walton Cemetery. 

III. Catharine Seymour Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1855; 
and lived in Manhattan, Kansas, with her parents, in 1873. 

IV. Willard Richmond Hoyt, b. in Manhattan, Kansas, 27 Ap. 1861; 
died there 23 Nov. 1861, and was buried in Manhattan Cemetery. 

V. Mary Emma Hoyt, b. in Manhattan, Kansas, 3 May 1862. 

VI. William Sherman Hoyt, b. in Manhattan, Kansas, 24 July 1866. 

VII. Thaddeus Elliott Hoyt, b. in Manhattan, Kansas, i Jan. 1868; 
died there 8 Sept. 1868, and was buried in Manhattan Cemetery. 



2001 



2002 



Chil. of Vincent and Mary Rebecca (Hoyt) White. 

I. Henry Vincent White, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 1 1 Sept. 1852 ; died 
17 Oct. 1855, in Greenville, N. C., and was buried there. 



2003 



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II. John Seymour White, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 5 Feb. 1854; lived 
with his parents in Coventry in 1873. 



6366 III. William Herbert White, b. in Greenville, N. C, 26 July 1860; 
died 17 Aug. 1860, in Greenville, and was buried there. 

6367 IV. Thaddeus Hoyt White, b. in Greenville, N. C, 18 Sept. 1861. 

6368 V. William Augustus White, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 17 Oct. 1866. 



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VI. Vincent White, b. in Coventry, N. Y., 9 Nov. 1869. 



Chil. of Gabriel Ashmore and Adelia (Guild) Hoyt. 

I. Edgar Phillips Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 24 May 1841; a saddler 
and harness-maker; married in Walton, 19 Oct. 1864, Janet Wright, who 
was born 15 July 1842. He lived at Walton in 1874. 

II. Charles Perkins Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., i Dec. 1842 ; a dealer 
in dry goods; married in Philadelphia, Penn., 9 May 1867, Harriet Eliza- 
beth Turiand, of Philadelphia, born 13 Jan. 1846, dau. of Ephraim 
Turland. He lived at 1614 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, in 1874. 

III. Sherman Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 26 July 1844; enlisted 
there, 22 Aug. 1862, in Co. B, I44th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers; died in 
Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C., of typhoid fever, 3 Dec. 1862 ; and 
was buried in Walton. 

IV. Augusta Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 4 Dec. 1846; married there, 
30 Oct. 1872, by Rev. S. J. White, Congregational, to Henry Eagle ogden, 
a physician, born in Walton, 22 March 1837, son of Thomas Jefferson and 
Eliza (Eagle) Ogden. They were living at Walton in May 1877. 

V. Hannah Eliza Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 13 Jan. 1850; a dress- 
maker ; was living at Walton in 1 874. 

VI. Arthur Ferris Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y, 14 Oct. 1853; a harness- 
maker ; was living at Walton in 1 874. 

VII. Seymour Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 27 Ap. 1855; a farmer; 
lived at Walton in 1 874, with his father. 

VIII. Elizabeth Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., i June 1860; lived at 
Walton in 1874. 



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Chil. of Amasa Lewis and Delia Elizabeth (Fitch) Hoyt. 


2006 


6378 


I. Amasa Lewis Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 16 Dec. 1844; enlisted in 
Walton, for three years, 15 Aug. 1862, in Co. B, I44th Reg., N. Y. S. 
Volunteers; died in regimental hospital, at Upton Hill, Va., 27 Jan. 1863; 
and was buried at Falls Church, Va., but has been since removed to the 






National Cemetery at Arlington, Va., grave 139, section B, block 2, 






range 13. 




6379 


II. Adeline Eliza Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 1 1 Aug. 1846; and was 
living there, with her father, in 1874. 




6380 


III. Julius Willard Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 30 July 1848; and was 
living there, with her father, in 1 874. 




6381 


IV. Ella Jane Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 12 July 1850; a teacher; 
was living at Walton in 1 874. 




6382 


V. Sarah Emma Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1859; and was 
living there in 1874. 




6383 


VI. Mary Seymour Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1864; and 
was living there in 1874. 






Chil. of Frederick and Sophia (Welden) Hoyt. 


2008 


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I. Amelia Hoyt, b. in Walton, N.Y., 3 Jan. 1846; died 26 Feb. 1846, 
and was buried in the Hoyt Cemetery. 




6385 


II. Parker Hoyt, b. in Walton, N.Y., 15 July 1847; died 2 Oct. 1848, 
and was buried in the Hoyt Cemetery. 




6386 


III. George Brainerd Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 22 July 1850; a 
farmer; married in Walton, 30 Ap. 1873, by Rev.J. M. Purrington, Baptist, 
to Frances Maria Armstrong, born in Walton, 30 Ap. 1848, dau. of James 
G. and Maria (Robertson) Armstrong. They were living at Oneonta, N. Y., 
in 1874. 




6387 


IV. Julia Sophia Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 7 July 1856; married, 
in 1877, Sherman Armstrong. 




6388 


V. Frederick Steele Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 27 Dec. 1858; and 
was living there in 1874. 





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VI. Caroline Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 10 June 1860; died 25 Sept. 
1860, and was buried in the Hoyt Cemetery. 



Chil. of Edward and Helen (Benedict) Hoyt. 

I. Fanny Elizabeth Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 27 Sept. 1859. 

II. Ira Edwin Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 3 Dec. 1861. 

III. Helen Eudora Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 29 Sept. 1864. 

Child of Edwin and Eliza Ann (St. John) Hoyt. 

I. Lindley Edwin Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 28 June 1853 ; a black- 
smith ; was living at Walton in 1 874. 



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Chil. of William Seymour and Mary Mellnda (Churchill) Hoyt. 

I. Charles Augustus Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1854; a 
blacksmith ; was living there in May 1 874. 

II. Edwin White Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 22 May 1858; and was 
living there in May 1874. 

III. Joseph Could Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., i Feb. 1865; and was 
living there in May 1874. 



Chil. of Stephen and Julia (Hoyt) Lyon. 

I. Melvern Seymour Lyon, b. in Osborne Hollow, in Colesville, 
N. Y., 14 Jan. 1858. 

II. George Burr Lyon, b. in Osborne Hollow, N. Y., 4 May 1861; 



died in Osborne Hollow, 30 June 1861, and was buried there. 



6399 III. Myrtie Belle Lyon, b. in Walton, N. Y., 10 Oct. 1870. 



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Chil. of Whitney and Henrietta (St. John) Hoyt. 

I. Francis Whitney Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 21 Oct. 1862. 

II. Lydia Eliza Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1864. 

III. Emma Seymour Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 24 Sept. 1866. 

IV. Henry St. John Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 25 Sept. 1869. 

V. Amasa Chauncey Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 28 Oct. 1872. 

VI. Henrietta Hoyt, b. in Walton, N. Y., 13 July 1875. 



Child of William Butler and Rachel Ann (St. John) Smith. 

I. Edwin David Smith, b. 30 June 1839; married, 9 Nov. 1863, 
Lida Ann Brown ; and was living at Nebraska City, Neb., in 1874, without 
children. 



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I. Truman Adelbert St. John, b. 14 Nov. 1844; a member of Co. 
E, 1 54th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers; was captured, and died in Belle Isle 
Prison, Richmond, Va., 12 Nov. 1863. 

II. Emma Eugenia St. John, b. 22 Sept. 1849; married, 21 Nov. I 14365 
1866, Martin Conley, a farmer, born 31 Aug. 1839; ar >d settled at Ripley, 

N. Y., where they were living in 1874. 



Chil. of William Henry and Mary (Ferris) Keeler. 



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I. Phebe Ann Keeler, b. 17 May 1836; married, 3 Ap. 1859, Isaac 14366 
A. Jessup. 



II. Josephine Keeler, b. 2 March 1838; married, 30 Sept. 1855, 
William R. Lockwood. 



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IV. Sarah Elizabeth Keeler, b. 3 May 1842; died 19 Ap. 1843. 

V. Louisa Keeler, b. 7 June 1844; married James A. Ferris. 

VI. Caroline Keeler, b. i July 1848. 

VII. Hannah Maria Keeler, b. 12 Feb. 1850; died 17 July 1857. 

Chil. of Chauncey and Cornelia Ann (Keeler) Smith. 

I. William Henry Smith, b. 29 Jan. 1829. 

II. Mary Catharine Smith, b. 9 Aug. 1830. 



Chil. of Samuel R. and Frances Elizabeth (Keeler) Camp. 

I. Angenette P. Camp, b. 22 Ap. 1845. 

II. Frederick Camp, b. 26 July 1847. 



6420 III. Cordelia D. Camp, b. 14 Dec. 1849. 

6421 IV. Benjamin Camp, b. 6 Ap. 1852. 



Chil. of Edwin and Angenette (Keeler) Mallory. 

I. Caroline M. Mallory, b. 9 Aug. 1855. 

II. Mallory, b. 2 March 1857. 

Chil. of George Kellogg and Sarah (Dibble) Wright. 

I. Lewis Seymour Wright, b. in Barre, N. Y., 2 Dec. 1838; died 
there 26 June 1839, and was buried in Murray, in the cemetery of the 
Gaines and Murray Baptist Church. 



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in Wilson, N. Y., i Oct. 1863, by Rev. Joseph L. Bennett, Presbyterian, to 
William Edward Richardson, son of Arnold Richardson ; and was living 
at Wilson in 1874. 

III. Belden Fremont Wright, b. in Wilson, N. Y., 1 5 Aug. 1846; 
married there, 8 Nov. 1871, Fatlma Elizabeth Quade, who was born in 
Porter, N. Y., II Nov. 1846, dau. of Christopher and Eleanor (Moag) 
Quade. They were living at Wilson in 1874. 



Chil. of James Milton and Nancy (Dibble) Shearer. 

I. Marietta Shearer, b. in Parma, N. Y., 4 Feb. 1844; died 17 Oct. 
1846. 

II. Franklin Barber Shearer, b. in Parma, N. Y., 6 June 1847; a 
dentist; enlisted in Feb. 1865, in Co. F, 8th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Cavalry; 
and served as second-sergeant till discharged, 27 Aug. 1865. He was 
married, 4 Nov. 1 869, at her father's house, 8 West State Street, Albion, 
N. Y., by Rev. G. W. Marselis, Methodist, to Ella Virginia Cox, who was 
born in East State Street, Albion, 3 June 1850, dau. of George and 
Martha (Hill) Cox. They were living in Ironton, Ohio, in Sept. 1874. 

III. Celia Adeline Shearer, b. in Parma, N. Y., 16 Oct. 1849; was 
living with her uncle, Daniel Salmon Dibble, in 1868, at Portsmouth, Ohio, 
where she was married, 31 July 1870, by Rev. Mr. Franklin, Episcopal, to 
Franklin Nathan Edson Bassett, a manufacturer, son of Ozias Buel and 
Emeline (Eno) Bassett, of New Britain, Conn., where he was born 28 Feb. 
1849. They settled at New Britain; where she died u Feb. 1874, and 
was buried in the New Britain Cemetery. He was secretary and treasurer 
of the New Britain Rubber Company, in 1874. 

IV. Mary Esther Shearer, b. in Parma, N. Y., 26 May 1853; was 
living at Toledo, Ohio, in 1867, and at New Britain, Conn., in Sept. 1874. 



Chil. of Andrew Law and Miranda Jane (Lord) Dibble. 

I. Delia Rosetta Dibble, b. in Barre, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1850. 

II. Nelson Salmon Dibble, b. in Barre, N. Y, 10 Ap. 1857. 

III. Myra Esther Dibble, b. in Barre, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1860. 



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Chil. of William R. and Mary Rosetta (Dibble) Morrison. 

I. Adeline Esther Morrison, b. in Portsmouth, Ohio, 17 Feb. 1861; 
lived with her father at Toledo, Ohio, in 1 868. 

II. Charles Raynor Morrison, b. in Portsmouth, Ohio, 3 July 1863; 
lived with his father at Toledo, Ohio, in 1868. 



Chil. of Daniel Salmon and Frances Augusta (Barber) Dibble. 

I. Grace Dibble, b. in Barre, N. Y., 10 Sept. 1860. 

II. Laura Esther Dibble, b. in Portsmouth, Ohio, i Ap. 1866. 

Chil. of Thomas and Mary Ann (Strong) Bartlett. 

I. Emma Cordelia Bartlett, b. in Sidney, N. Y., 25 July 1843 ; mar- 
ried there, 30 Oct. 1860, by Rev. D. A. Wheeler, D.D., Methodist Episco- 
pal, to Thomas Melanchthon Williams, a preacher of the Meth. Epis. 
Church, son of Thomas P. and Priscilla (Wells) Williams, of Sidney, where 
he was born 24 Aug. 1832. They dwelt for two years in Sidney; one year 
in Masonville, N. Y.; two years in Smyrna, N. Y.; one year in New Berlin, 
N. Y.; six months in Dunlap, Iowa; one year and six months in Montana, 
now Boone, Iowa; two years in Nevada, Iowa; and in Jan. 1873, had 
lived one year and a half at Fort Dodge, Iowa, where he was presiding 
elder of the Fort Dodge District, of the North-west Iowa Conference. 

II. Mariette Augusta Bartlett, b. in Sidney, N. Y., 13 Aug. 1846; 
lived with her parents, in Franklin, N. Y., in 1 868. 

III. William Marshall Bartlett, b. in Sidney, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1848; 
lived with his parents, in Franklin, N. Y., in 1868. 

IV. James Howard Bartlett, b. in Sidney, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1850; 
died 7 Feb. 1851, and was buried in Sidney. 

V. Wesley Thomas Bartlett, b. in Sidney, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1854; 
lived with his parents, in Franklin, N. Y., in 1 868. 

VI. Anna Bell Bartlett, b. in Franklin, N. Y., 19 Sept. 1865 ; and 
lived there, with her parents, in 1 868. 



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Chil. of William Henry and Mary Ette (Strong) Gates. 

6444 I. Henry Augustus Gates, b. in Franklin, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1849; a 
teacher; was living in Pella, Iowa, in 1873, unmarried. 



II. James Clifford Gates, b. in Franklin, N. Y., 15 July 1852; lived 
with his parents, in North Franklin, in 1873. 

III. Julia Amanda Gates, b. in Franklin, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1855 ; lived 
with her parents, in North Franklin, in 1873. 

IV. William Howard Gates, b. in Franklin, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1858; 
lived with his parents, in North Franklin, in 1873. 



Chil. of Thomas and Rebecca Maria (Strong) Graham. 2046 

I. Milton Merrill Graham, b. in Meredith, N. Y., i Jan. 1851. 

II. Lilian May Graham, b. in Meredith, N. Y., 14 May 1855. 

III. James Harper Graham, b. in Meredith, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1859. 

Chil. of Lewis Barber and Janet (Hymers) Strong. 2048 

I. Henry Marshall Strong, b. 23 Jan. 1852. 

II. Alfred Douglas Strong, b. 2 July 1856. 

III. Frank Marston Strong, b. 26 Dec. 1858. 

Chil. of Manning and Mary Jane (Haviland) Merrill. 2051 

I. Ella Merrill, b. at 556 Grand Street, New York, 8 Jan. 1847; died 
at the same place, 7 Feb. 1 847, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery, I 
Newtown, L. I. 

II. Ella Frances Merrill, b. at 556 Grand Street, New York, 23 May 14377 
1849; married in Putnam Valley, N. Y., 6 Ap. 1871, Thomas Theodore 

Hill, son of Isaac Lounsbury and Mary (Gregory) Hill, of Mahopac Falls, 
N. Y., where he was born i July 1849. They were living at 556 Grand 
Street, N. Y., in 1873. 



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6456 III. William Coe Merrill, b. at 36 South 4th Street, Williamsburgh, 
N. Y., 22 Jan. 1855; died at the same place, 27 Aug. 1855, and was buried 
in Greenwood Cemetery. 

6457 IV. Jessie Haviland Merrill, b. at 12 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 8 Jan. 1863. 

V. Edna Whitney Merrill, b. at 12 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
22 Jan. 1865. 



Chil. of William Henry and Harriet (Merrill) Marston. 

6459 I. Frank Herbert Marston, b. at i Lewis Street, New York, 18 Aug. 
1850; lived with his parents, at 686 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., 

; in 1874. 

6460 II. Harriet Stella Marston, b. at 9 Bond Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
13 May 1852 ; lived with her parents, at 686 Willoughby Avenue, Brook- 

i lyn, in 1874. 

6461 III. Anna Gertrude Marston, b. at 249 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1 8 July 1853; married in the Clinton Avenue Congregational 
Church, Brooklyn, 9 Oct. 1873, by Rev. Edwin F. Hatfield, D.D., 
Presbyterian, to Robert Gerard Thomas, son of Benjamin and Eleanor 
(Jones) Thomas, of 129 Yates Avenue, Brooklyn. They lived with her 
parents, at 686 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, in 1874. 

6462 IV. Fanny Merrill Marston, b. at 249 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 7 March 1859; lived with her parents, at 686 Willoughby Avenue, 
Brooklyn, in 1874. 

6463 V. William Frederick Marston, b. at 249 Livingston Street, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1867; died at 686 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, 
1 8 July 1868, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery, Newtown, L. I. 



Chil. of Edward White and Hannah (Ogden) Merrill. 

I. Alice Maud Merrill, b. 15 Feb. 1857. 

II. Harriet Merrill, b. 17 March 1859. 

III. Nettie Merrill, b. 16 Feb. 1861. 



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V. Frederick Ogden Merrill, b. 31 March 1865. 

VI. Emeline Hyatt Merrill, b. 7 July 1867. 

VII. Hannah May Merrill, died 3 Jan. 1874. 



Chil. of Charles Raymond and Elizabeth Mllbank (Wall) Merrill. 

I. Francis Sanford Merrill, b. at 556 Grand Street, New York, 15 
Aug. 1864. 

II. William Wall Merrill, b. in Allendale, N. J., 26 Aug. 1867. 



Chil. of Albert Waterman and Emma Cordelia (Merrill) Smith. 



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I. Frederick Albert Smith, b. at 9 Halsey Street, Providence, R. I., 
17 March 1869; died in Orange Co., N. Y., on the farm of his uncle, 
Edward White Merrill, 28 Aug. 1870; and was buried in Swan Point 
Cemetery, Providence. 

II. Arthur Blakeley Smith, b. at 9 Halsey Street, Providence, R. I., 
20 July 1871. 

III. Stella Merrill Smith, b. at 9 Halsey Street, Providence, R. I., 4 
Dec. 1872. 



Chil. of Charles Minot and Emily Melissa (Price) Barber. 

I. Mary Elizabeth Barber, b. at 46 South Fifth Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 30 July 1 863. 

II. Lucretia Jane Barber, b. at 46 South Fifth Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 17 March 1865. 

III. Elizabeth Whitney Barber, b. at 46 South Fifth Street, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 15 Dec. 1866; died at the same place, 20 July 1867, and was 
buried in Torrington, Conn. 



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6479 j I. Edith La Vanch Whitney, b. in Portsmouth, Ohio, 7 Dec. 1860; 

and was living with her parents, in Taylor, N. Y., in July 1874. 

6480 II. Clarence Bell Whitney, b. in Portsmouth, Ohio, 19 Jan. 1864; 
and died there 28 Feb. 1864. 

6481 III. Frederick Angle Whitney, twin, b. in Salem, 111., 20 March 
1865 ; died in Taylor, N. Y., 26 Jan. 1868. 

6482 IV. Frank Bell Whitney, twin, b. in Salem, 111., 21 March 1865; 
died in Taylor, N. Y., 13 Jan. 1868. 

6483 V. Claude Whitney, twin, b. in Taylor, N. Y., 23 Nov. 1872. 

6484 VI. Clare Whitney, twin, b. in Taylor, N. Y., 23 Nov. 1872. 

6485 VII. Raymond Jason Whitney, b. in Taylor, N. Y., 18 Oct. 1875. 



Chil. of David Brainerd and Frances Elvira (Poole) Whitney. 

6486 I. Clara Esther Whitney, b. in Harrison Valley, Penn., 29 Feb. 1868. 

6487 II. Ina Edwina Whitney, b. 10 March 1870. 



Child of Charles Merrill and Julia R. (Hamill) Clarke. 

6488 I. Anna D. Clarke, b. in Chicago, 111., 19 Ap. 1868. 

Child of Albert Lee and Harriet Cordelia (Clarke) Hale. 

6489 I. Albert Edward Hale, b. in Chicago, 111., 26 June 1867. 



Chil. of James K. and Charlotte Maria (Clarke) Lake. 

6490 I. William Ovington Lake, b. in Chicago, III., 4 Dec. 1865. 

6491 II. Jessie Genevieve Lake, b. in Chicago, 111., 20 Sept. 1867. 



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Chil. of Thomas Mott and Mary Buchanan (King) Whitney. 2074 

I. Samuel Thomas Whitney, b. in North East Harbor, Nova 14378 
Scotia, 22 June 1831; a carpenter, joiner and master-builder; settled at 
Swan's Island, Maine, 10 June 1852, and was there married, 18 Sept. 1853, 

at her father's house, by her father, a Methodist minister, to Hannah Maria 
Stinson, who was born at Swan's Island, 21 Jan. 1839, dau. of Rev. 
Benjamin Franklin and Hannah (Staples) Stinson, and grand dau. of 
Benjamin and Sarah (Smith) Stinson. They were living at Swan's Island 
in 1873. 

II. Isaac King Whitney, b. on Cape Negro Island, Barrington, 14385 
Nova Scotia, 4 Jan. 1833; a master-mariner; went to Lunenburg, N. S., 

1 9 Ap. 1855; married at her father's house, on Stephen's Island, now 
called Young Island, in Mahone Bay, N. S., 28 Jan. 1858, Louisa Sarah 
Ann Young, who was born on Stephen's Island, 4 Aug. 1836, dau. of 
Peter and Elizabeth (Hirtle) Young. They dwelt in Lunenburg till 1867, 
and in Shelburne, N. S., till 1871; when they returned to Lunenburg, and 
were living there in Aug. 1874. 

III. Eleazer Smith Whitney, b. in North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 14391 
30 March 1835; a mariner; married in 1863, at Round Bay, N. S., 
Elizabeth Ann Hagar, who was born there 27 Dec. 1841, dau. of James and 
Sophia Jane (Denstead) Hagar. They settled at North East Harbor, and 

were living there in 1 874. 

IV. Naomi Greenwood Whitney, b. on Cape Negro Island, North 14392 
East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 8 May 1837 ; married at Swan's Island, Maine, 

13 Feb. 1859, by Rev. Benjamin Franklin Stinson, Methodist, to Michael 
Stinson, a mariner, who was born at Swan's Island 31 Oct. 1833, son of 
Benjamin and Sarah (Smith) Stinson. They settled at Swan's Island, and 
were living there in 1873. 

V. Mary Ellen Whitney, b. in North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, i j 14397 
Dec. 1840; married in Shelburne, N. S., 3 Nov. 1862, Amos Hagar, a 
mariner, son of William and Joanna (Cox) Hagar, of Round Bay, N. S., 
where he was born 24 Ap. 1842. They settled at Round Bay, where he 

was living in 1874. She died at the same place, 18 Oct. 1863, and was 
buried in North East Harbor Cemetery. 



VI. Margaret Ann Whitney, b. in North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 
4 June 1845; married in Lunenburg Town, N. S., 6 May 1867, Leander 
William Young, a mariner, son of Edward and Caroline (Eisenhaur) Young, 
of Lunenburg Town, where he was born in 1845. They settled in Lunen- 
burg, and were living there in 1874. 



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VII. William Hope Whitney, b. in North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 
23 June 1848; and was living there, with his father, in 1873. He married 
in 1874, at North East Harbor, Elizabeth Doane. 



Chil. of Edward and Sarah (Whitney) Perry. 

I. Margaret Whitney Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 30 July 
1828; married at North East Harbor, N. S., 15 May 1860, Anthony 
Demings McKonney, a farmer and fisher, who was born at Red Head, 
near North East Harbor, in Feb. 1828, son of John Samuel and Charlotte 
(Belcher) McKenney. They settled at Round Bay, N. S.; and were living 
at Red Head in Sept. 1 874. 

II. Catharine Scudder Perry, twin, b. at Black Point, Nova 
Scotia, 31 May 1830; married at North East Harbor, N. S., John Samuel 
McKenney, a farmer and fisher, who was born at Red Head, near North 
East Harbor, 22 June 1 830, son of John Samuel and Charlotte (Belcher) 
McKenney. They settled at Round Bay, N. S.; and were living at Red 
Head in Sept. 1874. 

III. Elisha Dexter Whitney Perry, twin, b. at Black Point, Nova 
Scotia, 31 May 1830; a farmer and fisher; married at Clyde River, N. S., 
14 May 1856, Jane Susanna McKay, who was born at Clyde River, 22 
Oct. 1835, dau. of Hugh and Agnes McKenney (Demings) McKay. They 
settled at North East Harbor ; and were living at Black Point in Sept 
1874. 

IV. John King Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 1 1 Feb. 1832 ; 
a farmer and fisher; married at Gloucester, Mass., I Oct. 1860, Susan 
Stalker, who was born at Clyde River, N. S., I Aug. 1834, dau. of John 
and Elizabeth (Smith) Stalker. They settled at Black Point ; and were 
living at Roseway, N. S., in Sept. 1874. 

V. Penelope Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 20 Aug. 1833 ; 
married at North East Harbor, N. S., 25 May 1855, Benjamin McKenney, 
a farmer and fisher, who was born at Red Head, near North East Harbor, 
I Oct. 1833, son of John Samuel and Charlotte (Belcher) McKenney. 
They settled at Round Bay, N. S.; and were living at Roseway, N. S., in 
Sept. 1874. 

VI. William Foster Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 12 June 
1835; died II June 1863, unmarried, and was buried at North East 
Harbor, N. S. 



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1837; a farmer and fisher; married at North East Harbor, N. S., 27 Feb. 

1867, Mary Jane Golden, who was born at Round Bay, N. S., 13 Dec. 
1843, dau. f Samuel Thomas and Berlina Perry (Hagar) Golden. They 
settled at Black Point, and were living there in Sept. 1 874. 

VIII. Alexander McKenney Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 
2 Ap. 1839; a farmer and fisher; married at North East Harbor, N. S., 
13 Jan. 1867, Susan Lake Hagar, who was born at Round Bay, N. S., 2O 
June 1837, dau. of William and Joanna (Cox) Hagar. They settled at 
Black Point, and were living there in Sept. 1874. 

IX. George Leonard Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 15 Nov. 
1840; a farmer and fisher; was living at Black Point in Sept. 1874, un- 
married. 

X. Henrietta Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 14 Sept. 1843; 
married at North East Harbor, N. S., I May 1865, George Cowan Perry, 
a farmer and fisher, who was born at Black Point, 15 Sept. 1838, son of 
Peter Scudder and Mary Ellen (McKenney) Perry. They settled at Black 
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Chil. of John and Rebecca Hope (Whitney) King. 

I. James Hope King, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 16 Dec. 
1832; a mariner; married at North East Harbor, 25 Jan. 1858, by Rev. 
Christopher Lockhart, Wesleyan, to Eliza Jane Greenwood, who was born 
at North East Harbor, 21 June 1834, dau. of Alexander Reid and Jerusha 
(Whitney) Greenwood. They settled at North East Harbor, and were 
living there in Aug. 1874. 

II. Bethia Locke King, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 22 
Sept. 1836; married at North East Harbor, 4 Jan. 1871, by Rev. W. H. 
Rictan, Baptist, to Alfred Henry Lavers, a Baptist preacher, of Yarmouth, 
Nova Scotia, who was born at Yarmouth, 5 Jan. 1843, son of Henry and 
Mehetabel Mercy (Harding) Lavers. 1 They settled at North East Harbor, 
and were living there in Aug. 1874; he being then engaged in missionary 
labor in that county. 

1 Henry Lavers is the youngest son of William the oldest and most respected Baptist ministers 
George Lavers, of Bristol, Eng. ; and his wife is in N. S. 
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Chil. of Samuel and Lydia (King) Whitney. 

I. John Swain Whitney, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 21 
Jan. 1837; a machinist and engineer; married at Peekskill, N. Y., 5 July 
1865, by Rev. William C. Smith, Methodist Episcopal, to Pauline Garrison, 
who was born at Peekskill, 13 Oct. 1839, dau. of Beverly and Sophia 
(Swim) Garrison. He left his home in Nova Scotia, in 1855; dwelt at 
Cold Spring, N. Y., till 1863; and then moved to Peekskill, where they 
were living in Sept. 1874. He enlisted in the U. S. Navy, at Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1 8 Aug. 1864; served on the Santiago de Cuba, taking part in the 
capture of Fort Fisher; and was discharged 16 June 1865. 

II. Thorndike Soames Whitney, b. at North East Harbor, Nova 
Scotia, 15 Oct. 1839; a joiner; married at Guysborough, N. S., 4 Nov. 
1864, Jeannette Kirby, who was born at Canso, N. S., 15 Oct. 1839, dau. of 
John Coleman and Mary Ann (Jamieson) Kirby. She died at North East 
Harbor, 25 Feb. 1865. He married (2d), 3 Ap. 1867, at Guysborough, 
Eunice Letitia Jamieson, who was born at Halfway Cove, N. S., 9 Feb. 
1844, dau. of John and Hannah Elizabeth (Kirby) Jamieson. They settled 
at Canso, and were living there in 1 874. 

III. Joshua Swain Whitney, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 
20 July 1 842 ; a carpenter and joiner ; married at North East Harbor, i 
Jan. 1867, Julia Matilda Swain, dau. of Chapman and Hannah (King) 
Swain, of North East Harbor, where she was born 16 Nov. 1846. They 
settled at Canso, N. S., and were living there in 1874. 



Chil. of Alexander Reid and Jerusha (Whitney) Greenwood. 

I. Eliza Jane Greenwood, b. at North East Harbor, N. S., 21 June 
1834; married James Hope King, her cousin. See his record. 



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6515 I II. Thomas Whitney Greenwood, b. at North East Harbor, N. S., 

30 Dec. 1835; died at North East Harbor, 2 Ap. 1837, and was buried 
there. 

6516 III. Alexander Reid Greenwood, b. at North East Harbor, N. S., 
23 Jan. 1839; a master-mariner; married in her father's house, at North 
East Harbor, 1 3 Dec. 1 866, by Rev. Thomas G. Hart, Wesleyan Methodist, 
to Hannah Emma Jones Swain, who was born at North East Harbor, 23 
March 1845, dau. of Capt. Nathan and Mary Elizabeth (King) Swain. He 
settled at North East Harbor, and was living there in 1874. 



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IV. Robert Cameron Greenwood, b. at North East Harbor, N. S., 14457 < 
6 Feb. 1841; a mariner; married at North East Harbor, 24 Feb. 1863, 
Letitia Ann Swain, dau. of Thomas and Lydia (King) Swain, of North 

East Harbor, where she was born 8 July 1 836. They settled at North 
East Harbor, and were living there in 1874. 

V. Samuel Henry Greenwood, b. at North East Harbor, N. S., 5 
Oct. 1842 ; and was living at Jamesville, N. C., in Feb. 1875. 

VI. Edward Perry Greenwood, b. at North East Harbor, N. S., 18 14460 
Nov. 1846; a master-mariner; married at his native place, I Aug. 1870, 

by Rev. Robert Taylor, Wesleyan Methodist, to Lucretia Perry, dau. of 
William and Ann (Hagar) Perry, of North East Harbor, where she was 
born 31 Oct. 1847. They were living with his father, at North East 
Harbor, in 1874. 

VII. Sophia King Greenwood, b. at North East Harbor, N. S., 12 
July 1848; married there, in her father's house, 29 Jan. 1873, by Rev. 
Wilson Wesley Lodge, Methodist, to Levi Perry, a mariner, son of William 
and Ann (Hagar) Perry, of North East Harbor, where he was born 7 Dec. 
1844. They settled at North East Harbor, and were living there in 1874. 

VIII. Sarah Jerusha Greenwood, b. at North East Harbor, N. S., 
6 Aug. 1850; and was living there, with her parents, in 1874. 



Chil. of William and Mary (Mitchell) Whitney. 

I. William John Whitney, was living in New York City in 1874. 

II. Mary Whitney, was living with her mother, at 11 Lindall Place, 
Boston, Mass., in 1874. 

III. Benjamin Whitney, was living at Boston, Mass., in 1874; 
address, 171 Chambers Street. 

IV. Frederick Whitney, was living at 75 Maryborough Street, Boston, 
in 1874. 

V. Henry Whitney, was living at Boston, Mass., in 1874; address, 1 1 
Lindall Place. 

VI. Charles Whitney, was living at Boston, Mass., in 1872 ; address, 
2 Commonwealth Avenue, or 82 Blackstone Street. 



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VII. George Whitney, was living at 75 Marlborough Street, Boston, 
Mass., in 1874. 



Chil. of Barzillai Watson and Matilda Ann (Sikos) Lockwood. 

I. Marcellus Whitney Lockwood, b. in Russell Co., Alabama, 30 
Dec. 1870. 

II. Alfred Jarvis Lockwood, b. in Russell Co., Alabama, 15 March 
1872. 



Chil. of Stephen and Catharine Jane (Lockwood) Fancher. 

I. James Harvey Fancher, b. in South Salem, N. Y., 5 Sept. 1832; 
a commission merchant; married in Meridian, N. Y., 18 May 1865, by 
Rev. S. B. Sherrill, Presbyterian, to Rosalthe lantha West, who was born 
in Meridian, 20 March 1842, dau. of Abel and Cordelia (Morse) West. 
She died in Meridian, 12 Feb. 1870, and was buried in Meridian Cemetery. 
He was living in New York City in 1874. 

II. Jane Elizabeth Fancher, b. in South Salem, N. Y., 30 May 
1837; married at her mother's house, in Meridian, N. Y., 2 Oct. 1860, by 
Rev. S. S. Goss, Presbyterian, to Charles Addison Bloomfleld, a com- 
mission merchant, born in Cato, N. Y., 7 Ap. 1834, son of Robert and 
Freelove (DeCamp) Bloomfield. They were living at 1 1 o Leroy Street, 
New York, in 1874. 

III. Maria Louisa Fancher, b. in Cato, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1840; married 
at her mother's house, in Meridian, N.Y., by Rev. S. B. Sherrill, Presby- 
terian, to Charles Henry Hedger, a farmer, born in Meridian, 18 Sept. 
1839, son of William and Jerusha (Mason) Hedger. They settled in 
Meridian, and were living there in 1876. 



Chil. of George and Harriet (Fairweather) Lockwood. 



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I. William Henry Lockwood, b. 19 Sept. 1843; married Sarah 14465 
Co well, who was born 13 July 1847. 

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Chil. of George and Rosina (Van Wie) Lockwood. 

III. George Watson Lockwood, b. 6 Dec. 1857. 

IV. Lewis Ellsworth Lockwood, b. 23 March 1864. 



Chil. of Isaac Lewis and Elizabeth (Turner) Whitney. 

I. Margaret Louise Whitney, b. in Lawrence Street, Albany, N. Y., 
20 Oct. 1839; married in Albany, 3 Feb. 1857, by Rev. John P. Newman, 
pastor of the Garrettson Methodist Episcopal Church, to William Leonard 
Yates, who was born at New Hackensack, in Fishkill, N. Y., 3 May 1830, 
son of John and Maria (Medler) Yates, afterward of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
They lived at New Hamburgh, N. Y., for one year and eight months ; 
then settled at 6 Tivoli Street, Albany; and were living there in Aug. 
1 874, when he was a letter-carrier in the Albany post-office. 

II. James Lewis Whitney, b. in Lawrence Street, Albany, N. Y., 
20 Nov. 1841; was living at 6 Tivoli Street, Albany, in Aug. 1874, un- 
married ; a fireman on the N. Y. C. & H. R. Railroad. 

III. Solomon Whitney, b. in Lansing Street, Albany, N. Y., 23 Jan. 
1843; died there, 27 Jan. 1846; and was buried in the Albany Rural 
Cemetery. 



Chil. of Augustus Waters and Almaria Juliet (Wait) Whitney. 

I. George Loomis Whitney, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 9 Ap. 1851; and 
was living at Livingston, Cal., in July 1874, unmarried. 

II. Louise Janet Whitney, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 9 Jan. 1853; 
married at her mother's house in Norwalk, 7 March 1871, by Rev. C. E. 
Wright, Congregational, to Charles Walter Bates, a salesman, whose 
parents lived in Norwalk. He was born in Clarksfield, Ohio, 9 July 1850, 
son of Walter and Susan (Mead) Bates. They settled in Medina Street, 
Norwalk, and were living there in 1874. 

III. Ida Almira Whitney, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 28 Dec. 1854; 
married at her mother's house in Norwalk, 4 Nov. 1874, by Rev. Royal 
Balcom, Episcopal, to Shepherd Jay Patrick, a locomotive-engineer, who 
was born in Norwalk, 16 Feb. 1852, son of Benjamin Dean and Eliza 
Purdy (Maxwell) Patrick, of Norwalk. He was living at 9 Newton Street, 






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Norwalk, in Dec. 1 874 ; and was employed on the Lake Shore and Michi- 
gan Southern Railroad. She is a communicant of St. Paul's Church. 

IV. James Augustus Whitney, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 24 June 
1857; and was living there, with his mother, in 1874. 

V. Mary Alice Whitney, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 6 Sept. 1859; and was 
living there, with her mother, in 1874. 

VI. Lucien Everett Whitney, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 14 Oct. 1861; 
and was living there, with his mother, in 1874. 

VII. Eben Eugene Whitney, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 26 Oct. 1864; 
died in Norwalk, 16 Oct. 1865, and was buried there, in Woodlawn Ceme- 
tery. 

VIII. Merta Margaret Whitney, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 28 March 
1 867 ; and was living there, with her mother, in 1 874. 



Child of Henry Fitch and Harriet (Culverson) Whitney. 

I. William Henry Whitney. Nothing is known of him, except that 
he joined the Union Army, and was killed in the battle of Shiloh, Ap. 
1862. 



II. 



Child of Henry Fitch and Ann (Williams) Whitney. 

Whitney, a son, died when a few days old, and was buried 



with his mother, in Lebanon, 111., in Jan. 1843. 

Chll. of Henry Fitch and Cynthia (Carlllane) Whitney. 

III. George Henry Whitney, b. 23 Jan. 1845; died at Franklin, Mo., 
19 Sept. 1868, and was buried there. 

IV. Francis Whitney, b. i Oct. 1847; died 27 May 1851. 



Chil. of Charles and Roxana Malvina (Palmer) Whitney. 

I. Palmer Whitney, b. in East Townsend, Ohio, 20 Oct. 1841. He 
enlisted in May 1861, for three years, in Co. A, 29th Reg., Ohio Vol. In- 
fantry; left Norwalk, Ohio, 6 June 1861, for Camp Chase, near Columbus 

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Ohio; and in August, went with his regiment to Cheat Mountain, Va., 
where they were encamped till November. They were then removed to 
Kentucky, remaining for a time at Camps Wickliffe and Jenkins ; and 
joined the army of Grant, in time to take part in the battle of Pittsburgh 
Landing, where his right arm was shot away near the shoulder, 7 Ap. 1 862. 
After amputation, he was sent, by steamer, to Evansville, Indiana ; died 
there 1 7 Ap. 1 862 ; and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Evansville. 

II. Ann Whitney, b. in East Townsend, Ohio, 27 Nov. 1843; died 
there, 21 Sept. 1845, a "d was buried in Norwalk township, Ohio. 

III. Calvin Whitney, b. in East Townsend, Ohio, 25 Sept. 1846; a 
wholesale dealer in hard- wood lumber ; married at the St. Charles Hotel, 
Norwalk, Ohio, 5 Nov. 1868, Marian Dean, whose father then lived in 
Townsend, Ohio. She was born at Irville, Ohio, 16 Oct. 1847, dau. f 
Royal Cady and Mary Ann (Smith) Dean. He dwelt for two years in 
Custar, Ohio ; and thence moved to 44 Prospect Street, Norwalk, where 
they were living in 1873. 

IV. John Lory Whitney, b. in East Townsend, Ohio, 12 Nov. 1848 ; 
a wholesale dealer in lumber, in company with his brother Calvin, at 22 
Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio; married at Bluffton, Indiana, 24 Nov. 1870, 
where her father then lived, Clara Bell Borden, who was born at Xenia, 
Ohio, 27 Dec. 1849, dau. of John and Mary (Satterthwaite) Borden; and 
was living at Bluffton in 1873, without children. 

V. Richard Hurt Whitney, b. in East Townsend, Ohio, 7 Nov. 1853; 
a dealer in lumber; was living at Worthington, Indiana, in 1873. 

VI. Idalia Louisa Whitney, b. in East Townsend, Ohio, 5 May 
1856; was living in the family of her brother Calvin, in Norwalk, Ohio, 
attending the High School, in 1873. 



Chil. of James Davis and Hannah (Pugh) Whitney. 

I. Mary Whitney, b. in Kirkersville, Ohio, 5 Aug. 1836; married in 
Bloomfield township, Ohio, 9 June 1861, Henry Lowe, son of John and 
Mary Lowe. She died at Bloom Centre, Ohio, 24 Oct. 1867, and was 
buried there, in the Hendricks Cemetery. He was living at Bloom Centre 
in 1873. 

II. Jonathan Whitney, b. in Kirkersville, Ohio, 9 March 1838; a 



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farmer; married in Harrison, Ohio, 27 March 1863, Leaphia Ann Moore, 
dau. of James and Happy (Cornell) Moore, of Harrison, formerly of 
Pleasant township, Ohio, where she was born. They lived at Harrison, 
near Bellefontaine post-office, till 1873 ; and then settled at Dawn, Mo. 

III. Henry Whitney, b. in Kirkersville, Ohio, 9 Ap. 1840; a farmer; 
married, 30 Nov. 1865, Eliza Ann Duckworth, whose mother then lived in 
Bloomfield township, Ohio. She was born in Concord township, Ohio, 4 
Sept. 1845, dau. of Christian Stephen and Elizabeth (Jenkins) Duckworth. 
He served for fifteen months in the Union Army, during the war of 1861 ; 
and has since lived in Bloomfield, Ohio. 

IV. Leander Whitney, b. in Kirkersville, Ohio, 10 May 1842; mar- 
ried, 25 July 1869, Sarah Jane Wright, of Stokes, Ohio, where she was 
born 14 July 1849; and was living in Bloomfield, Ohio, in 1873. 

V. Lucy Grumman Whitney, b. in Bloomfield, Ohio, 21 Feb. 1844; 
married Thomas Mclntyre Terrell. They were living at Quincy, Ohio, in 
1873- 

VI. Reason Whitney, b. in Bloomfield, Ohio, i Dec. 1845; married 
in Harrison, Ohio, 16 March 1870, Sarah Ellen Moore, dau. of James and 
Happy (Cornell) Moore, of Harrison, where she was born 7 Oct. 1849. 
They settled in Bloomfield, and were living there in 1873. 

VII. Jeremiah Whitney, b. in Bloomfield, Ohio, 28 Sept. 1847; and 
was living there in 1873, unmarried. 

VIII. William James Whitney, b. in Bloomfield, Ohio, 13 Dec. 
1849; a farmer; married in Macarthy township, Ohio, 23 Aug. 1872, 
Margaret Winifred Clingerman, whose father then lived in Macarthy. She 

was born in Union township, Ohio, dau. of and (Royer) 

Clingerman. They settled in Macarthy, and were living there in 1873. 

IX. Thomas Jefferson Whitney, b. in Bloomfield, Ohio, 18 Oct. 
1851; and was living there in 1873. 

X. Cifford Whitney, b. in Bloomfield, Ohio, n May 1854; and was 
living there in 1873. 

XI. Ashford Whitney, b. in Bloomfield, Ohio, 1 8 Aug. 1856; and 
was living there in 1873. 

XII. Alford Whitney, b. in Bloomfield, Ohio, 4 June 1858; and was 
living there in 1873. 



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Eighth Generation. 

Chil. of George and Catharine (Saltzgaber) Whitney. 

I. Samuel Whitney, b. in Shelby, Ohio, 12 Ap. 1839; an ornamental 
plasterer; married in Mansfield, Ohio, 7 Nov. 1861, by Rev. Hugh L. 
Parish, a presiding elder of the Methodist Episcopal Church, to Martha 
Briggs, whose father then lived two miles north-west from Shelby. She 
was born in Donington, Lincolnshire, England, 28 Dec. 1842, dau. of Jesse 
and Ruth (Bartram) Briggs. They were living at 3 Mill Street, Shelby, 
in 1873. He served in the war of 1861, in Co. D, I5th Reg., Ohio Vol. 
Inf. 

II. William Henry Whitney, b. in Shelby, Ohio, 26 Oct. 1841; 
enlisted at Shelby, in the Autumn of 1861, in Co. I, I5th Reg., Ohio Vol. 
Inf.; and was killed in the battle of Murfreesborough, Tenn., 31 Dec. 
1863, and buried on the field of battle. 

III. Almira Whitney, b. in Shelby, Ohio, 20 Feb. 1844; married in 
Mansfield, Ohio, 23 March 1865, by Rev. I. G. W. Cowles, to William A. 
Hollenbaugh, a repairer of clocks and musical instruments, whose father 
then lived in Plymouth, Ohio. He was born in Madison, Penn., 22 Nov. 
1835, son of John and Mary (Owing) Hollenbaugh. They were living at 
Shelby in 1873. 

IV. Eli Whitney, b. in Shelby, Ohio, 5 May 1846; enlisted in Co. H, 
64th Reg., Ohio Vol. Inf.; was killed 9 May 1864, in the battle of Rocky- 
face Ridge, in Georgia, and was buried on the field of battle. 

V. Sarah Jane Whitney, b. in Shelby, Ohio, 16 Nov. 1848; died 
there, 16 Sept. 1849, and was buried in the Shelby Cemetery. 

VI. Mary Melinda Whitney, b. in Shelby, Ohio, 26 Aug. 1850; 
married at the house of her uncle, John Whitney, four miles west of 
Jackson, Mich., 20 Sept. 1866, by Rev. David Winton, of the United 
Brethren, to Jacob Briggs, a farmer, whose father then lived near Shelby. 
He was born in England, 9 Dec. 1846, son of Jesse and Ruth (Bartram) 
Briggs. They settled in the house where her grandfather, Henry Whitney, 
lived and died, four miles from Shelby; and in 1871, moved to Blooming 
Grove, Ohio, where they were living in 1873. He enlisted in 1864, in the 
6oth Reg., Ohio Vol. Inf.; served under Burnside ; took part in nineteen 
engagements ; was discharged at Cleveland, Ohio ; and reached home 24 
July 1865, entirely unharmed. 

VII. Isidore Jane Whitney, b. in Shelby, Ohio, 17 March 1854; 
and was living there, with her parents, in Aug. 1874. 



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6578 VIII. Alfred Franklin Whitney, b. in Shelby, Ohio, 25 March 
1858; and was living there, with his parents, in Aug. 1874. 

6579 IX. Emily Catharine Whitney, b. in Vernon, Ohio, 4 Dec. 1860; 
and was living with her parents, at Shelby, Ohio, in Aug. 1874. 

6580 X. Elizabeth Adeline Whitney, b. in Vernon, Ohio, 7 Ap. 1862; 
and was living with her parents, at Shelby, Ohio, in Aug. 1 874. 

6581 XI. Martha Matilda Whitney, b. in Vernon, Ohio, 17 Aug. 1864; 
and was living with her parents, at Shelby, Ohio, in Aug. 1874. 



Chil. of William and Mary (Ressell) Whitney. 

6582 I. William Henry Whitney, b. in Kingston, Ohio, 7 Feb. 1840; a 
carpenter and builder; married at Mount Pleasant, Iowa, 15 Jan. 1860, 
Ann Deline Miller, who was born in Columbia, Indiana, 13 Dec. 1837, dau. 
of Rev. Arthur and Rebecca (Wherret) Miller. They dwelt in Mount 
Pleasant till 4 March 1862; in Canaan, Iowa, till 10 Aug. 1862; in 
Winfield, Iowa, till I Ap. 1863; and then returned to Mount Pleasant, 
where she died 28 June 1864. He was married (2d), 6 Dec. 1867, in 
Mount Pleasant, by W. D. Leedham, to Nancy Ann Lambert, who was 
born in Fairview, 111., 3 March 1848, dau. of Jacob and Sydney (Feral) 
Lambert. They were living in South Jefferson Street, Mount Pleasant, in 
Aug. 1874. 

6583 II. Hannah Elizabeth Whitney, b. in Kingston, Ohio, 20 June 
1841 ; was living with her father, near Mount Pleasant, Iowa, in 1873. 

6584 III. Mary Melinda Whitney, b. in Kingston, Ohio, i March 1843; 
died in Middletown, Indiana, 22 May 1848, and was buried there. 

6585 IV. Alice Jane Whitney, b. at New Maysville, Indiana, 25 Ap. 1846; 
married at her father's house, in Henry Co., Iowa, 27 Aug. 1867, by Rev. 
Allen Robinson, Meth. Epis., to Isaac Daniel Royce, a farmer, of Jackson, 
Nebraska. They settled at Jackson, and were living there in 1873. 

6586 V. John Philip Whitney, b. in Wayne, Indiana, 7 Oct. 1848; a 
blacksmith; was living at Mount Pleasant, Iowa, in 1873, unmarried. 

6587 VI. Joseph Vernon Whitney, b. in Tippecanoe Co., Indiana, 4 Aug. 
1853 ; was living with his father, in Marion, Iowa, in Sept. 1874. 



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VII. Sarah Maria Whitney, b. in Marion, Iowa, 20 Aug. 1856; was 
living there with her father, in Sept. 1 874. 

Chil. of William and Ann Eliza (Miller) Whitney. 

VIII. Cineh Lauretta Whitney, b. in Marion, Iowa, 22 Dec. 1862; 
died 10 Feb. 1863, and was buried in Prairie Grove Cemetery, at the 
Friends' meeting-house, called Prairie Grove chapel, in Wayne township, 
Iowa. 



6590 IX. Milton Miller Whitney, b. in Marion, Iowa, 24 Oct. 1865 ; was 
living there with his parents, in Sept. 1874. 



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Chil. of William Henry Harrison and Hannah (Whitney) Ashley. 2105 

I. Elizabeth Alzina Ashley, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 12 Dec. 1845 ; died 
in Hartford, Mich., 29 July 1866, and was buried there. 

II. Lucy Amanda Ashley, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 12 March 1847; a 
teacher ; married at the house of her uncle, William Whitney, nine miles 
north-west of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, 16 Aug. 1871, by Rev. John Haynes, 
Methodist Episcopal, to John Nevius Renton, a homoeopathic physician, 
who was born at Amwell, N. J., 29 Ap. 1797, son of James and Hannah 
(Nevius) Renton. 1 They settled in Carbondale, 111.; removed, in Jan. 
1872, to Sabula, Iowa; thence, in May 1872, to Fair Haven, 111.; and, in 
July 1873, to Lightsville, 111. While attending school in Jackson, Mich., 
she was admitted a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church ; when in 
Ohio, a few years later, she joined the Disciples' Church, by immersion ; 
and after marriage, entered the Methodist Episcopal Church, to be with 
her husband, who had been a member of it for fifty years. 

III. Henry Whitney Ashley, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 30 Nov. 1848; 
died of whooping-cough, 14 Feb. 1849, at Auburn, and was buried there. 

IV. William Harrison Ashley, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 30 Dec. 1849; 14516 
enlisted 30 Aug. 1864, in the I3th Reg., Mich. Vol. Inf., and was discharged 

26 Oct. 1864, for disability; married at Hartford, Mich., 26 Jan. 1867, 
Susan Carnsey, whose father then lived in Arlington, Mich. She was 
born in Montague, N. Y., i Dec. 1848, dau. of Alonzo and Lurana 
(Hamblin) Garnsey. They settled in Arlington; went, in Ap. 1869, to 
Mason Co., Mich., where he "located" eighty acres of land under the 

i James Renton was an officer in the Revolutionary War. His wife died in 1799, in New 
Brunswick, N. J.; he died in 1805. 



Whitney Family. 



"homestead law"; returned to Arlington 20 Jan. 1870; and moved, 5 
Aug. 1872, to Bangor, Mich., where they were living in July 1873. 

6595 V. Lucretia Cordelia Ashley, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 7 Nov. 1851; 
died of consumption, 19 Feb. 1870, in Bangor, Mich., and was buried in 
Hartford, Mich. 

6596 VI. Salmon Byron Ashley, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 30 June 1852; was 
a student in the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, in July 1873. 

Chil. of Parlin and Hannah (Whitney) Robbins. 

6597 VII. Lucius Parlin Robbins, b. in Hartford, Mich., 28 June 1 86 1; 
is dead. 

6598 VIII. Cynthia Arvesta Robbins, b. in Hartford, Mich., 6 June 
; 1864; died in Hartford. 



Child of Samuel Pierson and Lucretia (Whitney) Bloomfleld. 

6599 I. Henry Whitney Bloomfleld, b. in Stockton, N. Y., 15 July 1859; 
; and was living there, with his mother, in 1873. 



Child of John Goodrich and Rebecca (Weeks) Whitney. 

6600 I. Sarah Goodrich Whitney, b. in Albany, N. Y., 7 Aug. 1840; 
and was living with her father, at Upper Hackensack, N. J., in 1874. 

Chil. of John Goodrich and Christina (Menzles) Whitney. 

6601 II. William Menzies Whitney, b. in New York City, 31 Dec. 1853; 
and was living with his parents, in Upper Hackensack, N. J., in 1874. 

6602 III. Mary Elizabeth Whitney, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., i Nov. 1856; 
died there, 5 Jan. 1858, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

6603 IV. Annie Grant Whitney, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 16 June 1859; 
and was living with her parents, at Upper Hackensack, N. J., in 1874. 

6604 V. Jessie Allen Whitney, b. in Hackensack, N. J., 30 Jan. 1867; 
and was living with her parents, in Upper Hackensack, N. J., in 1874. 



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Chil. of James Alexander and Mary Melicent (Strong) Whitney. 

I. William Strong Whitney, b. in Albany, N.Y., 31 Oct. 1844; 
died there, I Dec. 1872, and was buried in lot 17, section 40, Albany 
Rural Cemetery. 

II. Catharine Louisa Whitney, b. in Albany, N. Y., 30 Ap. 1846; 14520; 
married there, in the State Street Presbyterian Church, 14 Jan. 1874, by 

Rev. John James, to George Horatio Redway, of Albany, a merchant, son 
of Abel and Sally Charlotte (Grinnell) Redway, of Adams, N. Y., where 
he was born 1 3 Sept. 1 844. They settled in Albany, and were living there 
in June 1877. 

III. Anna Mary Whitney, b. in Albany, N. Y., 7 May 1848; mar- 14521 
ried there, 9 Jan. 1872, Abram Merritt Bininger, a wine-merchant, who 

was born in New York City, 23 June 1842, son of Abram Merritt and 
Maria (Long) Bininger. They dwelt in New York City for one year ; and 
then moved to Buffalo, N. Y., where they were living in 1874. Their j 
home was at Brooklyn, N. Y., in June 1877. 

IV. Charles Edward Whitney, b. in Albany, N. Y., 22 June 1851 ; 14523 
married there, 10 Oct. 1872, Isabella Luke, dau. of Henry and Theresa 
(Jimmerson) Luke, of Albany, where she was born 4 June 1851. They 

were living at 260 Hudson Avenue, Albany, in June 1877. 

V. James Franklin Whitney, b. in Albany, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1854; 
died there 15 Ap. 1855; and was buried in lot 17, section 40, Albany 
Rural Cemetery. 

VI. Franklin Treadwell Whitney, b. in Albany, N. Y., 3 Nov. 
1856; died there 22 Sept. 1858; and was buried in lot 17, section 40, 
Albany Rural Cemetery. 

VII. Alice Melicent Whitney, b. in Albany, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1860; 
and was living there, with her parents, in 1874. 

VIII. Isabella Taylor Whitney, b. in Albany, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1862; 
and was living there, with her parents, in 1874. 



Child of George Carpenter and Caroline (Formani Whitney. 

I. Willard Forman Whitney, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 12 Dec. 1861; 

and was living there in 1874. 



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Chil. of Milton Orvillc and Hannah Elizabeth (Whitney) Hutching*. 2I2O 

I. Clara Whitney Hutchings, b. at 176 Hamilton Street, Albany, 
N. Y., 19 Feb. 1860; died at 38 Jay Street, Albany, 14 March 1861, and 
was buried in lot 61, section 44, Albany Rural Cemetery. 

II. Frederic Stearns Hutchings, b. at 173 Hamilton Street, Albany, 
N. Y., 20 May 1866; died at the same place, 23 July 1866, and was 
buried in lot 61, section 44, Albany Rural Cemetery. 

III. John Milton Hutchings, b. at 173 Hamilton Street, Albany, 
N.Y., 29 July 1869; and was living with his parents, in Albany, in 1874. 



Chil. of George Woolworth and Sarah Elizabeth (Hobart) Colton. 

6617 I. Mary Hobart Colton, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 12 Sept. 1852; died 
! there, 4 Jan. 1854; and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

6618 II. Fannie Louise Colton, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 21 Aug. 1858; 
died there, 27 Sept. 1859; and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

6619 HI. Jenny Hobart Colton, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 29 Oct 1860; 
died in Orange, N. J., 25 Dec. 1872, and was buried in Greenwood Ceme- 
tery. 



Chil. of John William and Agnes Victoria (Smith) Hobart. 

6620 I. Benjamin King Hobart, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1 8 July 1861 ; died 
there, 13 March 1863 '< ar >d was buried, 15 March 1863, in lot 10658, section 
93, Leafy Path, Greenwood Cemetery. 

6621 II. William Smith Hobart, b. in East Orange, N. J. ( 12 July 1864; 
died at 112 West I2th Street, New York, 3 Ap. 1870; and was buried, 5 
Ap. 1870, in lot 10658, section 93, Leafy Path, Greenwood Cemetery. 

6622 III. John William Hobart, b. at 296 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 14 Nov. 1873; died at the corner of Centre Street and Tremont 
Avenue, Orange, N. J., 2 Aug. 1875 ; and was buried in Greenwood Cem- 
etery. 



2121 



2122 



1074 


Eighth Generation. 






Chil. of Sidney Smith and Elizabeth Ann (Clark) Wise. 


2123 


662 3 


I. Joseph Clark Wise, b. at Graniteville, S. C., 1 1 Dec. 1848; and 
was living at Barnwell, S. C., in 1873. 




6624 II. Lawrence Wise, b. at Graniteville, S. C., u Jan. 1850; died 8 
May 1851, and was buried at Rocky Falls, his grandfather's plantation, in 
Edgefield Dist., S. C. 




6625 III. James Sidney Wise, b. at Graniteville, S. C., 29 June 1851; 
died 6 Aug. 1873. 




6626 IV. John Wise, b. at Graniteville, S. C., 27 Nov. 1852. 




6627 V. Clara Talulah Wise, b. at Graniteville, S. C., 26 March 1854; 
died 6 Oct. 1 862 ; and was buried on her father's place, near Barnwell 
village, S. C. 




6628 


VI. Helen Elizabeth Wise, b. at Graniteville, S. C, 16 May 1855 ; 
died 9 Sept. 1856, and was buried at Rocky Falls, her grandfather's planta- 
tion, in Edgefield Dist., S. C. 




6629 


VII. Preston Brooks Wise, b. at Graniteville, S. C., 18 Feb. 1857. 




6630 


VIII. Hobart Glover Wise, b. at Graniteville, S. C, 16 June 1858 ; 
died 28 Sept. 1859, and was buried at Rocky Falls, his grandfather's 
plantation, in Edgefield Dist., S. C. 






Child of John Wiley and Mary Caroline (Clark) Clover. 


2125 


6631 


I. Elizabeth Caroline Clover, b. at Beach Island, S. C., 12 Oct. 
1849; married at Oak Lawn, on Cedar Creek, Aiken Co., S. C., 3 Dec. 1872, 
by Rev. Mr. Saunders, Baptist, to William Quitman Davis, a planter, who 
was born in Barnwell District, S. C., 22 March 1849, son f Col. James 
and Alafair (Evans) Davis. They settled at Oak Lawn, and were living 
there in Sept. 1874. 


14525 
2127 


Chit, of John Paul and Jannette (Clark) Jones. 


6632 

V 


I. Elizabeth Waldrum Jones, b. near Portland Landing, on the 
Alabama River, Ala., 16 Ap. 1859. 





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66 3 6 

6637 
6638 

6639 
6640 
6641 

6642 



Whitney Family. 



6633 II. Mary Belle Jones, b. near Portland Landing, on the Alabama 
River, Ala., 25 March 1865. 



Chil. of John Washington and Isabel Frances (Clark) Shelton. 

I. Leonora Virginia Shelton, b. in Williston, S. C, 18 Feb. 1860. 

II. Henry Durant Shelton, b. in Williston, S. C., 23 Nov. 1861; 
died 20 Nov. 1862. 

III. Clara Talula Shelton, b. in Williston, S. C., 19 Aug. 1864. 

IV. William Sidney Shelton, b. in Williston, S. C.,6 Feb. 1866. 

V. John Wiley Shelton, b. near Blackville, S. C., 23 March 1868. 

VI. Mary Elizabeth Shelton, b. near Blackville, S. C., i Jan. 1870. 

VII. Joseph Clark Shelton, b. near Blackville, S. C., 17 Jan. 1872. 

VIII. Nettie Oreanna Shelton, b. near Blackville, S. C., 18 June 

1873- 

IX. Samuel Barksdale Jones Shelton, b. near Blackville, S. C., 
12 March 1875. 



Chil. of Alfred and Achsah Deacon (Dobbins) Whitney. 

6643 I. Mary Ann Whitney, b. at Delanco, N. J., 3 Nov. 1861. 

6644 II. Georgiana Whitney, b. at Delanco, N. J., 21 Feb. 1863. 

6645 HI. Benjamin Naylor Whitney, b. at Delanco, N. J., i Nov. 1864; 
died there, 3 Nov. 1864, and was buried in the cemetery of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church at Bridgeborough, N. J. 

6646 IV. Naomi Whitney, b. at Delanco, N. J., 22 March 1866. 

Child of Alfred and Amanda (Pritchett) Whitney. 

6647 V. Lily May Whitney, b. at Finesville, N. J., i Aug. 1873. 



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2133 



2133 



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6649 



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6651 



6652 

6653 
6654 

6655 
6656 



6657 



Rightli Generation. 



Chil. of John Baptist Bernadou and Caroline (Whitney) Staley. 

I. Eloise Bernadou Staley, b. at Delanco, N. J., 27 Feb. 1873. 

II. Virginia Bernadou Staley, b. at Delanco, N. J., 25 Dec. 1874. 



2135 



Chil. of Frank and Annie Balsora (Butler) Wellington. 

I. Addie Griswold Watlington, b. at Fair Haven, Mass., 19 Dec. 
1865. 

II. Sarah Mackie Watlington, b. at Ridgewood, N. J., 4 March 
1870; died there, 20 Sept. 1870, of cholera infantum, and was buried at 
Valleau Cemetery, near Ridgewood. 



Chil. of Thomas and Frances Douglas (Holden) Watlington. 

I. Francis Douglas Watlington, b. at 532 Seventh Avenue, New 
York City, 14 Jan. 1864; died at "Wall House," corner of South Fifth 
and Fourth Streets, Brooklyn, N. Y., 30 Ap. 1864; and was buried in 
Cypress Hills Cemetery. 

II. Allie Watlington, b. at Rahway, N. J., 11 Sept. 1865; died 10 
Aug. 1866, at the residence of John Thomas Walton, Ridgewood, N. J.; 
and was buried in Valleau Cemetery, near Ridgewood. 

III. Henry Watlington, b. at Hackensack, N. J., at the house of 
John Goodrich Whitney, 4 Dec. 1867; died at Hackensack, 22 Dec. 1869, 
and was buried there. 

IV. Edgar Watlington, b. at Hackensack, N. J., 18 Jan. 1870. 

V. Esther Watlington, b. at Ridgewood, N. J., 1 1 Nov. 1872. 



2138 



2139 



Chil. of Bernard and Eliza Augusta (Bacon) Watlington. 

I. Leonard Watlington, b. at 72 Downing Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
29 Dec. 1872. 



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66 5 8 



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6660 

6661 
6662 
6663 

6664 
6665 



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6667 



6668 

6669 
6670 
6671 



Whitney Family. 



II. Elliot Wellington, b. at 72 Downing Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 28 
Sept. 1875. 



Chil. of Munson Lyman and Ann Felton (Chase) Whitney. 

I. Charles William Whitney, b. in Adams, Ohio, 26 Aug. 1866. 

II. Mary Annette Whitney, b. in Adams, Ohio, 15 Nov. 1867; died 
there, 1 1 Ap. 1873, and was buried in Adams Ridge Cemetery. 

III. Clinton Milton Whitney, twin, b. in Adams, Ohio, 16 June 
1869. 

IV. Clayton Newton Whitney, twin, b. in Adams, Ohio, 16 June 
1869. 

V. George Roland Chase Whitney, b. in Adams, Ohio, 27 Sept 
1871. 

VI. Munson Homer Whitney, b. in Adams, Ohio, 27 Nov. 1873. 

VII. Rosetta Ellen Whitney, b. in Adams, Ohio, 4 Jan. 1876. 



1077 



Chil. of George Alpheus and Edith Elizabeth (Lloyd) Whitney. 

I. Ella Eveline Whitney, b. in Albany, Oregon, 30 March 1872. 

II. Clara Adessa Whitney, b. in Portland, Oregon, 17 May 1875. 



Chil. of Edward Attwood and Carolina Taylor (Benton) Walton. 

I. Paul Walton, b. in Brooklyn, N.Y., 24 Aug. 1859; was a member 
of the freshman class in Yale College, in Sept. 1 876. 

II. Edward Attwood Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., lojune 1862. 

III. Walter Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 8 Feb. 1864. 

IV. Herbert Benton Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 7 Sept. 1865. 



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2149 



2150 



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6673 



6674 

6675 
6676 
6677 
6678 

6679 



6681 



6684 
6685 



Eighth Generation. 

V. Howard Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 3 Ap. 1871. 

VI. James McLean Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 18 May 1877. 



Chil. of Arthur Hobart and Catharine Ann (Rowlandson) Walton. 

I. Margaret Ella Walton, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 25 May 1861; 
entered St. Mary's Hall, Burlington, N. J., I Oct. 1 876. 

II. Arthur Hobart Walton, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 8 Jan. 1863. 

III. Florence Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 7 March 1867. 

IV. William Kremer Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 2 Jan. 1870. 

V. Edith Walton, twin, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 5 June 1872; died of 
diphtheria, 28 Jan. 1876, at Ridgewood; and was buried in the Valleau 
Cemetery, on the following Sunday. 

VI. Catharine Walton, twin, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 5 June 1872; 
died of diphtheria, 2 Feb. 1876, at Ridgewood ; and was buried beside her 
sister, in Valleau Cemetery. 

VII. Clarence Linden Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 19 Ap. 1874. 

VIII. Percy Brosnan Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 27 Feb. 1876. 



2151 



Chil. of Charles William and Anna Eliza (Beck) Walton. 

6682 I. Emma Louise Walton, b. at 225 Ross Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
17 May 1870. 

6683 II. Edna Imeson Walton, b. at 225 Ross Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
26 Oct. 1872. 



2152 



Chil. of Thomas Truman and Frances Hunter (Brinsmaid) Walton. 2154 

I. Robert Brinsmaid Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 25 July 1871. 

II. Charles Whitney Walton, b. in Ridgewood, N. J., 28 July 1874. 



Whitney Family. 



6687 



Chil. of John and Sarah W. (Olmstoad) Benedict. 
6686 I. Harriet Lilian Benedict, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 12 Aug. 1853. 

II. Fanny M. Benedict, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., i Feb. 1857; died 
2 Ap. 1858. 

Chil. of Edwin and Emily (Olmstead) Lockwood. 

I. Elizabeth Augusta Lockwood, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 29 Ap. 
1833 ; died at Norwalk, 27 Feb. 1838, and was buried there. 

II. Edwin Fitch Lockwood, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 14 June 1834; 
died at Norwalk, 7 March 1 838, and was buried there. 

III. Eliza Jane Lockwood, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 12 Dec. 1836; 

died at Norwalk, 17 June 1838, and was buried there. 

IV. Ebenezer Lockwood, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 28 Nov. 1837; died 
at Norwalk, 26 Jan. 1857, and was buried there. 

V. Charles Edwin Lockwood, b. at Norwalk, Conn., i June 1841; 
and was living in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 

VI. Ellen Elizabeth Lockwood, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 5 Aug. 1846; 
died at Norwalk, 28 Nov. 1 847, and was buried there. 

VII. Elvira Lockwood, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 17 March 1849; died 
at Norwalk, 19 Feb. 1859, and was buried there. 



i 6688 
6689 
6690 
6691 
6692 

: 6693 

! 6694 



Child of John Burr and Sarah (Mead) Olmstead. 

6695 I. Eleanor Olmstead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 18 Nov. 1836; died 
21 Nov. 1836, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 



6696 



Chil. of Stephen and Eliza (Mead) Olmstead. 

I. Eliza Jane Olmstead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 9 Oct. 1843; was 
living with her uncle, Edwin Lockwood, at Norwalk, Conn., in Nov. 1875, 
unmarried. 



1079 



2156 



2160 



2161 



2162 



io8o 



66 97 



6698 



6699 



6700 



6701 

6702 
6703 
6704 



6705 



Rig] i th Genera tion . 



II. George Hobart Olmstead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 6 Oct. 1845; 
a salesman; married 15 July 1874, at Norwalk, Conn., by Rev. A. H. 
Huntington, Congregational, to Mary Amelia Smith, born at Norwalk in 
March 1847, dau. of Edmund and Julia Burr (Craft) Smith. They were 
living at Norwalk in Nov. 1874. 

III. Martha Louise Olmstead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 25 Dec. 
1854; was living there with her parents, in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of John David and Margaret (Olmstead) Hurlbutt. 

I. Faustina Higgins Hurlbutt, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 9 Sept. 
1855 ; and was living there in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 



2163 
12844 

I4S2/ 



Chil. of Charles and Sarah Esther (Smith) Olmstead. 

I. Charles Henry Olmstead, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 30 Sept. 1842; 
a house-painter; married 1 1 June 1867, in Westport, Conn., Sarah Frances 
Grossman, dau. of Daniel and Sarah (Bulkley) Grossman, of Westport, 
where she was born in Ap. 1847. They settled at Westport, and were 
living there in Ap. 1875. He enlisted, as a private, in Co. E, 5th Reg., 
Conn. Vol. Infantry ; served four years ; and received the Connecticut 
Testimonial of Honor, dated 4 July 1 867. 

II. Francis Edwin Olmstead, b. in Norwalk, Conn., 5 Sept. 1846; 14528 
a tinner; married 21 June 1870, in Westport, Conn., Emily Jane More- 
house, dau. of Banks and Eliza Jane (Hoyt) Morehouse, of Westport, 
where she was born 10 Jan. 1853. They settled at Norwalk, and were 
living there in Ap. 1875. 

HI. Eugene Augustus Olmstead, b. in Norwalk, Conn., 23 March 
1851; died 23 Aug. 1853, in Norwalk, and was buried there, in the Lock- 
wood vault, in the Town Hill Cemetery. 

IV. William Richard Olmstead, b. in Norwalk, Conn., 30 May 
1854; a clerk; was living at Norwalk in Ap. 1875. 

V. Janeway St. John Olmstead, b. in Norwalk, Conn., 23 Oct. 
1857; and was living with his parents, at Ridgefield, Conn., in Ap. 1875. 

VI. Frederick Wyant Olmstead, b. in Westport, Conn., 15 Sept. 
1861; and was living with his parents, at Ridgefield, Conn., in Ap. 1875. 



2168 



6/o6 



Whitney Family. 



II. David Olmstead Hurl butt, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 27 Jan. 1859; 



and died there in Aug. 1860. 
6707 III. Isaac D. 8. Hurlbutt, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 5 Jan. 1862. 



6708 
6709 



6710 



Chll. of John Henry and Maria (Whitlock) Olmstead. 

I. Mary Emma Olmstead, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 24 Sept. 1860. 

II. David Wilbur Olmstead, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 15 Feb. 1863. 

Chll. of Richard Whitney and Sarah Sophia (Shnyder) Olmstead. 
I- Olmstead, a dau., b. at Scranton, Penn., and died at birth. 



6711 II. Mary Matilda Olmstead, b. at Scranton, Penn., 25 Feb. 1854; 
and was living there in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 



Child of John Franklin and Mary Elizabeth (Olmstead) Trenchard. 

6712 I. Hannah Pierson Trenchard, b. at 1037 Richmond Street, 
Philadelphia, Penn., 10 Feb. 1858; and was living there, with her father, 
in Ap. 1875. 

Chil. of William and Caroline Stull (Olmstead) Bennett. 

6713 I. Caroline May Bennett, b. at Branchville, Conn., i May 1864; 
died 2 Aug. 1871, at Branchville, and was buried there. 

6714 I II. Richard Olmstead Bennett, b. at Branchville, Conn., 7 Dec. 

1866. 

6715 III. Elizabeth N. Bennett, b. at Branchville, Conn., 18 Sept. 1868. 

6716 IV. Susan Whitney Bennett, b. at Branchville, Conn., 16 Sept. 
1870. 



1081 



2171 



2175 



2176 



2181 



1082 



6717 



6718 



6719 



6720 



6721 



6722 



6723 



6724 



6725 



Eighth Generation, 



Chil. of Jared Nash and Rebecca ( Rusco) Olmstead. 

I. William Lewis Olmstead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 17 March 
1849; a salesman; went to Norwalk, Conn., in Jan. 1863, and was living 
there in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 

II. Mary Ella Olmstead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 July 1858; 
died there, 2 Oct. 1864, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

III. Frank Raymond Olmstead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 5 Dec. 
1866. 



Chil. of Anthony and Sarah Maria (Olmstead) Ketcham. 

I. Elizabeth Titus Ketcham, b. at Chester, N. Y., 24 Feb. 1845 ; 
married 24 Feb. 1 864, at Toledo, Ohio, by Rev. Charles Ketcham, Meth- 
odist, to Milton Henry Gill, son of John and Matilda (Wooley) Gill. They 
settled at Toledo, and were living there in Jan. 1 876, on Superior Street 
near Ash. 

II. Edward Alonzo Ketcham, b. at Chester, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1846; 
was living at Denver, Colorado, in Jan. 1876, unmarried. He served, for 
one year, in the U. S. Navy; then enlisted, 10 Sept. 1864, in Co. I, 25th 
Reg., Ohio Vol. Infantry; and was discharged 25 July 1865. He took 
part in the engagements at Grahamville, or Honey Hill, 28 Nov. 1864; at 
Indian Hill, 9 Dec. 1864; and in the Georgetown raid, at Sumpterville. 

III. Catharine Ann Ketcham, b. at New York City, 24 July 1848; 
died 30 Nov. 1850, at New York, and was buried in the Friends' Cemetery 
at Monroe, N. Y. 

IV. David Ketcham, twin, b. at New York City, 30 Dec. 1850; 
married 3 July 1875, at Fremont, Ohio, by J. Elwell, Esq., to Mary Stine, 
dau. of Adam and Elizabeth (Schack) Stine. They settled at Fremont, 
and were living there in Jan. 1876. 

V. William Olmstead Ketcham, twin, b. at New York City, 30 
Dec. 1850; died 19 Sept. 1851, at New York, and was buried in the 
Friends' Cemetery at Monroe, N. Y. 

VI. Charles Townsend Ketcham, b. at New York City, 12 Sept. 
1852; and was living at the corner of Ash and Superior Streets, Toledo, 
Ohio, in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 



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2185 



14529 



6726 



6727 



6728 



6729 



6730 
6731 



6732 
6733 
6734 
6735 
6 73 6 



Whitney Family. 

VII. Joseph Secor Ketcham, b. at Toledo, Ohio, 21 Jan. 1855; 
and was living there in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 

VIII. Anna Maria Ketcham, b. at Toledo, Ohio, 17 June 1859; and 
was living there, with her parents, in Jan. 1 876. 

IX. Clara Olmstead Ketcham, b. at Toledo, Ohio, 10 Dec. 1862; 
died 15 March 1863, at Toledo, and was buried there, in Forest Cemetery. 



io8 3 



Chil. of John Armstrong and Catharine (Olmstead) Wells. 

I. Charles William Wells, b. at Chester, N. Y., 30 March 1850; a 
clerk ; married, 21 June 1870, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Frances Easton Jaggers, 
dau. of William and Mary Ann Jaggers, of Morristown, N. J., where she 
was born 30 March 1851. They dwelt in New York City till 1873 ; and 
then moved to Brooklyn, where they were living in June 1875, at 178 Frost 
Street. 

II. Cershom Wells, b. at Chester, N. Y., 7 Aug. 1852; and was 
living there in June 1875, unmarried. 

III. John Armstrong Wells, b. at Chester, N. Y., 25 Jan. 1855 ; a 
clerk at 82 Front Street, New York, in June 1875 ; unmarried. 



Chil. of Charles and Mary Jane (Lookwood) Olmstead. 

I. Mary Frank Olmstead, b. at Norwalk, Conn.; and was living 
there in May 1875, unmarried. 

II. Clara Elizabeth Olmstead, b. at Norwalk, Conn.; and was 
living there in May 1875, unmarried. 

III. Horace Lockwood Olmstead, b. at Norwalk, Conn.; and was 

living there in May 1875. 

IV. Anna Anderson Olmstead, b. at Norwalk, Conn.; died at 
Norwalk, and was buried there. 

V. William Taylor Olmstead, b. at Norwalk, Conn.; and was living 
there in May 1875. 



2186 



I453I 



2187 



1084 



6737 



6738 

6739 
6740 

6741 
6742 

6743 
6744 



6745 
6746 



6747 



6 74 8 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of Charles Francis and Rachel Elizabeth (Olmstead) Canfleld. 

I. Rachel Elizabeth Canfleld, b. at New Castle, N. Y., 23 Nov. 
1849 ; married 23 Nov. 1874, at 22 Eastern Avenue, New Brunswick, N. J., 
Everett Sherwood Judd, a merchant, son of Almon and Abby J. (Sherwood) 
Judd, of Danbury, Conn., where he was born 23 Sept. 1848. They were 
living at Danbury in Jan. 1876, without children. 



Chil. of Ira and Elizabeth Vail (Compton) Olmstead. 

I. Ella Augusta Olmstead, b. at Piermont, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1857. 

II. William Henry Olmstead, b. at Chester, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1859. 

III. Mary Elizabeth Olmstead, b. at Chester, N. Y., 14 March 
1861; died 8 Aug. 1861, at Chester, and was buried there. 

IV. Clara Henrietta Olmstead, b. at Chester, N. Y., 22 June 1863. 

V. Jennie Estelle Olmstead, b. at Chester, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1865. 

VI. Ira Colfax Olmstead, twin, b. at Chester, N. Y., 1 1 Dec. 1869. 

VII. Andrew Grant Olmstead, twin, b. at Chester, N. Y., 1 1 Dec. 
1869. 



Chil. of George and Clara Amanda (Olmstead) Hurlbutt. 

I. George William Hurlbutt, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 28 June 1856; 
was living at Port Chester, N. Y., in Jan. 1876. 

II. Ira Cole Hurlbutt, b. at Port Chester, N. Y., 8 Sept. 1860. 



(2188 



Chil. of Richard and Mary Henrietta (Olmstead) Dunning. 

I. Catharine Jessup Dunning, b. at Wilton, Conn., 9 Oct. 1856; 
married there, 10 Nov. 1875, by Rev. S. J. M. Merwin, Congregational, to 
Lewis Daniel Keeler, son of Lewis and Eliza (Purdy) Keeler. 

II. John Irving Dunning, b. at Wilton, Conn., 21 Ap. 1859. 



2189 



2191 



2192 



3367 



6749 



6/50 



675' 



6752 



6753 
6754 

6755 



Whitney Family. 



6756 

6757 



III. Richard Olmstead Dunning, twin, b. at Wilton, Conn., 26 
Feb. 1 86 1. 

IV. Mary Estella Dunning, twin, b. at Wilton, Conn., 26 Feb. 1861; 
died 10 Oct. 1864, at Wilton, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Jesse and Mary Henrietta (Olmstead) Cooper. 

I. Mary Elizabeth Cooper, b. at Sugar Loaf Valley, in Chester, 
N. Y., 27 Feb. 1844; married 17 Nov. 1864, at New York City, by Rev. 
Mr. Parker, to William Barton Smith, a farmer, son of Robert Carr and 
Margaret (Backhouse) Smith, of Brooklyn, N. Y. He was born in New 
York City, 2 May 1835. They settled on the homestead of her father, 
and were living there in June 1875. 

II. Alice Cooper, b. at Sugar Loaf Valley, in Chester, N. Y., 21 
Dec. 1845; married 22 Sept. 1863, at the homestead, by Rev. William 
Ostrander, Methodist Episcopal, to Ebenezer Seeley, of New York City, 
son of Charles and Peggy (Bartholf) Seeley, of Sugar Loaf. He was 
born at Florida, N. Y., 15 May 1836. They dwelt in New York City for 
five years, during which he was an oil-refiner ; then, for three years, lived 
on a farm at Waverly, N. Y. ; after which they returned to Chester, to keep 
the Glenmer Lake House, and were living there in Ap. 1875. 



Chil. of Edward Alonzo and Martha (Weedon) Olmstead. 

I. Edward Olmstead. 

II. Millia Olmstead. 
HI. Bertha Olmstead. 

Chil. of Charles Whitney and Hannah (Randolph) Olmstead. 

I. Olmstead, a dau. 

II. Olmstead, a dau. 



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2196 



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6760 

6761 
6762 



6 7 6 3 
6764 



6765 



6766 



6767 



Eighth Generation. 



i. 



Child of William Henry and Frances (Cenung) Olmstead. 

Olmstead, a dau., name not reported; was married, and 



living at Monticello, N. Y., in June 1875. 



Chii. of Charles and Jane Elizabeth (Olmstead) Seeley. 

I. Peter Townsend Seeley, b. in New York City, 1 8 Oct. 1864; 
died there, 14 June 1865, and was buried in Sugar Loaf, N. Y. 

II. Edward Seeley, b. in New York City, 31 Oct. 1865; died there, 
6 July 1866, and was buried in Sugar Loaf, N. Y. 

III. Frederick Seeley, b. in Waverly, N. Y., 6 May 1868. 

IV. Charles Bartholf Seeley, b. in Waverly, N. Y., 14 Dec. 1869. 



Chil. of Cornelius Sanford and Elizabeth (Fairchild) Jackson. 

I. William Henry Jackson, b. in New York City, 8 Sept. 1833; 
died 14 Oct. 1859, in Houston, Texas, unmarried. 

II. Elizabeth Fairchild Jackson, b. in Stratford, Conn., 20 Oct. 
1835 ; married Love E. Gilbert, who died 15 Dec. 1862. He was a captain 
in the 28th Reg. of Alabama Volunteers; and was severely wounded, and 
captured, with his company, in the battle of Missionary Ridge. He was 
imprisoned on Johnson's Island, till the end of the war. Their children, 
whose names have not been obtained, all died during the war. He was 
living in Oct. 1874. 

III. Martin Van Buren Jackson, b. in Livingston, Ala., 5 Oct. 
1840; died 15 Sept. 1842. 

Chil. of Cornelius Sanford and Melinda Jane (Lawlerj Jackson. 

IV. Catharine Ann Jackson, b. in Livingston, Ala., 3 March 1846; 
died 20 July 1850. 

V. Eli Lawler Jackson, b. in Livingston, Ala., 10 March 1848; died 
8 July 1848. 



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6769 

6770 
6771 

6772 

6773 
6774 
6775 



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Chll. of Cornelius Sanford and Caroline Virginia (Parish) Jackson. 2206 

VI. Eliza Criswold Jackson, b. in Livingston, Ala., 25 Sept. 1851. 

VII. Cornelius Sanford Jackson, b. in Livingston, Ala., 29 Aug. 
1853; died 18 Oct. 1862, in Enterprise, Miss. 

VIII. Samuel Clinton Jackson, b. in Marion, Miss., 5 Feb. 1857. 

IX. Edward Shields Jackson, b. in Enterprise, Miss., 15 Sept. 
1862; died there, 22 Sept. 1862. 

X. Georgia Washington Jackson, b. in Enterprise, Miss., 22 Feb. 
1864; died there, 11 Nov. 1865. 

XI. Mary Elizabeth Jackson, b. in Enterprise, Miss., 13 Nov. 1866. 

XII. Thomas Asher Jackson, b. in Enterprise, Miss., 16 May 1869. 

XIII. Frederick Augustus Jackson, b. in Enterprise, Miss., i Jan. 
1872. 



6776 



6777 



6778 



Chll. of George Frederick and Frances Augusta (O'Neill) Jackson. 

I. Frederick Augustus Jackson, b. in Stratford, Conn., 24 Jan. 
1845; married in St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church, New Haven, 
Conn., by Rev. R. Whittingham, 12 Feb. 1872, to Viola El Dora Loomis, 
dau. of Francis Dwight and Laura Minerva (Brown) Loomis, of New 
Haven, where she was born 31 May 1845.' They settled in New Haven, 
and were living there, at 608 Chapel Street, in July 1877. 

II. Mary Ella Jackson, b. in Stratford, Conn., 27 Dec. 1846; died 
1 6 Ap. 1851, in Albany, N. Y. 



Child of Daniel Hart and Margaret (Hubbell) Jackson. 

I. Ella Hart Jackson, b. 10 March 1853 ; and was living at Stratford, 
Conn., in Oct. 1874, unmarried. 

1 See the Loomis Genealogy, p. 198. 



22IO 



'4543 



2213 



io88 

6779 
6780 
6781 

6782 



6786 



6787 



6788 



6789 



Righth Generation. 



Chil. of Samuel and Hephzibah (Van Ranst) Hanna. 

I. Nancy Hanna, b. at Troy, N. Y., i Aug. 1824; was living at 151 
Fourth Street, Troy, in March 1874, unmarried. 

II. William Henry Hanna, b. at Troy, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1828; died 20 
Aug. 1830, at Troy, and was buried there. 

III. Emeline Cornelia Hanna, b. at Troy, N. Y., 3 Aug. 1831; a 
teacher ; was living with her father and sister, at 1 5 1 Fourth Street, Troy, 
in March 1874, unmarried. 

IV. William Larned Marcy Hanna, b. at Troy, N. Y., 22 Dec. 
1834; a clerk in the Pension Department, Washington, D. C, in March 
1874; unmarried. 



6783 
6784 

6785 



Chil. of Theodorus and Eda (Van Ranst) Valleau. 
I. Elizabeth Valleau. 



II. 
III. 



Valleau, a son ; served in the war of 1861. 
- Valleau, a son; served in the war of 1861. 



Chil. of Moore and Lucretia (Van Ranst) Hardaway. 

I. Henry Hardaway, b. in Troy, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1827; was living at 
919 Glasgow Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., in Ap. 1875; is married. 

II. Harman Hardaway, b. in Troy, N. Y., 13 Ap. 1829; a mechanic; 

married Mary E. ; died in St. Louis, Mo., 13 Ap. 1870, and was 

buried in Columbia, 111. His widow, living at 114 North 8th Street, St. 
Louis, in May 1874, curtly refused to give any information concerning him 
or herself; and her husband's brothers and sister were equally reticent with 
respect to themselves. 



III. Sarah Hardaway, b. in Troy, N. Y. ; married 

was living at 1931 Benton Street, St. Louis, Mo., in May 1875. 



Lewis ; 



IV. Chatfleld Hardaway, b. in Troy, N. Y., 24 May 1834; was 
living at 1931 Benton Street, St. Louis, Mo., in May 1875; is married. 



6791 
6792 



6793 
6794 



6795 



6796 



6797 



Whitney Family. 



6790 V. Joshua Hardaway, b. at Au Sable Forks, N. Y., 13 Aug. 1845; 
was living at 718 South Fourth Street, St. Louis, Mo., in May 1875; is 
married. 



Chil. of Nicholas and Elsie Jones. 

I. Phebe Jones, a writer for magazines and newspapers; residence 
unknown. 

II. Abigail Jones, residence not known. 



Chil. of Peter and Harriet Rachel (Wilson) Barton. 

I. Henry Wilson Barton, b. at Troy, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1829; died i 
July 1833, at Laurens, N. Y., and was buried there. 

II. James Lewis Barton, b. at Troy, N. Y., 13 July 1830; a cotton- 
planter; married, 23 Ap. 1855, Harriet L. Every, who died six months later; 
married (2d), in 1871, at Yazoo City, Miss., Betsey L. Walker, widow of 
Capt. Walker, of the Confederate army, and son of the Confederate Secre- 
tary of State. He has lived, since 1863, near Yazoo City, and has two 
children. 

III. Peter Barton, b. at Laurens, N. Y., 27 March 1832; married, 
about 1856, Harriet Dunbar; and lived at Laurens in Ap. 1875, with three 
children. 

IV. Harriet Josephine Barton, b. at Laurens, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1839; 
married there, 31 March 1863, her cousin, Hiram Henry Wilson. See his 
record. 



Chil. of Henry Whitney and Louisa (Van Valkenburgh) Wilson. 

I. Nancy Ann Wilson, b. in Milton, N. Y., 24 March 1834; married 
in Warrensburgh, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1857, by Rev. Mr. Searles, Methodist, to 
Edgar Wetmore, a hotel-keeper, son of Barnabas Scott and Ceres (Clark) 
Wetmore, and g. s. of Henry and Lydia Clark, all of Freehold, N. Y., 
where he was born, 22 March 1831. They dwelt at St. Paul, Minn., for 
three years; at Portland, Minn., one year; and were living at Sandy Hill, 
N. Y., in Ap. 1874. He was then the agent of the Cedar Landing Hotel, 
on Van Wormer's Bay, Lake George. 

187 



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222O 



2226 



H5S4 
6806 



2227 

'4544 



1090 

6798 



6799 



Righth Generation. 



6800 



6801 



6802 



6803 



6804 



6805 



II. Henry Whitney Wilson, b. in Mayfield, N. Y., 9 July 1836; 
married in Washington Co., Arkansas, 20 Sept. 1864, Betty Etter. He 
served in the Confederate army during the war of 1861 ; and was living in 
Little Rock, Ark., in March 1874. 

III. Andrew Jackson Wilson, b. in Mayfield, N. Y., 13 June 1838; 
married in Whitehall, N. Y., 4 July 1864, Adelia Skelie, dau. of William 
and Lucy (More) Skelie. They were living at Fort Edward, N. Y., in 
March 1874; no children reported. He served for two years as orderly 
sergeant, in Co. E, 22d Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers. 

IV. Fernando Cortez Wilson, b. in Mayfield, N. Y., i Aug. 1841; 14548 
a merchant; married in Warrensburgh, N. Y., 7 March 1867, by Rev. Mr. 
Porter, Methodist, to Sarah Jane Van Wagoner, born in Luzerne, N. Y., 

22 Nov. 1837, dau. of Garret and Betsey (Evans) Van Wagoner.' They 
dwelt at Sandy Hill, N. Y., from 15 March 1867 till 13 May 1871; then 
moved to Glen's Falls, N. Y., where they were living in May 1874, his place 
of business being at 8 Warren Street. 

V. Harriet Louisa Wilson, b. in Glen's Falls, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1844; 
died in Sandy Hill, N. Y., 18 Nov. 1862, and was buried there, in the 
Union Cemetery. 

VI. James Barton Wilson, b. in Warrensburgh, N. Y.,4 March 
1846; married in Fort Ann, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1870, by H. S. Root, justice of 
the peace, to Emma Rozell. They were living at Sandy Hill, N. Y., in 
March 1874. 

VII. Matilda Haskell Wilson, b. in Warrensburgh, N. Y., 2 July 14549 
1848; married in Wellstown, N. Y., 9 Oct. 1866, by Rev. Mr. Horning, 
Methodist, to Stephen Simons, son of George and Catharine (Bradt) 
Simons. They were living at Fort Edward, N. Y., in March 1874. 

VIII. Elizabeth Fonda Wilson, b. in Warrensburgh, N. Y., 20 14552 
March 1850; married in Glen's Falls, N. Y., 26 Aug. 1869, Jubal Howe, 

a baker, son of Clark and Matilda (Dowell) Howe, of Kingsbury, N. Y., 
where he was born, 10 July 1842. They dwelt at Sandy Hill, North 
Creek, and Fort Edward, N. Y. ; were living, in Ap. 1874, at French 
Mountain, N. Y. ; returned, i June 1 874, to Sandy Hill, and resided there 
in Ap. 1875. 

IX. Julia Frances Wilson, b. in Warrensburgh, N. Y., 9 Aug. 1855; 
and was living at Sandy Hill, N. Y., in March 1874, unmarried. 

1 He was born in Dutchess Co., N. Y., 28 Jan. 1800; she, in Luzerne, N. Y., 24 March 1809. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Hiram Sickles and Elizabeth (Weeks) Wilson. 

6806 I. Hiram Henry Wilson, b. at Sandy Hill, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1840; a 
hotel-keeper; married 31 March 1863, at Laurens, N. Y., his cousin, 
Harriet Josephine Barton, dau. of Peter and Harriet Rachel (Wilson) 
Barton, of Laurens, where she was born 5 Nov. 1 839. He dwelt at Bolton, 
N. Y., from 1861 to 1865; at Laurens, from 1865 to 1867; in New York 
City, from 1 867 to 1 87 1 ; and then returned to Bolton, where they were 
living in Ap. 1874. He was then proprietor of the Mohican House. 

6807 II. Clarence Edwa Wilson, b. at Sandy Hill, N. Y., i Jan. 1843; 
and was living at Syracuse, N. Y., in Ap. 1874, unmarried. He served for 
two years in the 2d Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers ; was mustered out with the 
regiment, 14 May 1863 < then joined the 93d Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers, 
and served till the end of the war. 

6808 III. Mary Elizabeth Wilson, b. at Sandy Hill, N. Y., i Oct. 1845; 
married 3 Dec. 1862, at Bolton, N. Y., by Rev. Z. C. Pickett, to Myron 
Owen Brown, a merchant, son of Luther and Emily (Dammon) Brown, of 
Bolton, where he was born 5 Sept. 1837. They settled in Bolton, and 
were living there in Ap. 1874. 

6809 IV. Stella Catharine Wilson, b. 'at Sandy Hill, N. Y., 25 June 
1847; and was living at Bolton, N. Y., in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

6810 V. Ellen Baker Wilson, b. at Sandy Hill, N. Y., 22 Dec. 1851; and 
was living there in Ap. 1 874, unmarried. 

68 1 1 VI. Randall Weeks Wilson, b. at Sandy Hill, N. Y., 4 June 1853; 
and was living there in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

6812 VII. Archibald Matthews Wilson, b. at Sandy Hill, N. Y., 5 Aug. 

1860; and was living there in Ap. 1874. 



Chil. of James Robert and Elizabeth Van Ranst (Wilsorti Fonda. 

6813 I. James Henry Fonda, b. at 22 River Street, Troy, N. Y., 1 1 Oct. 
1841; and was living at Lansingburgh, N. Y., in Dec. 1873, unmarried. 
He was a sergeant in Co. E, 2d Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers ; and, at the 
end of two years of service, was mustered out, as lieutenant, with his 
regiment, 14 May 1863, having been in the battles of Big Bethel, Bull 
Run, Fredericksburgh, Chancellorsville, and with McClellan throughout his 
campaign on the peninsula. 





1091 





2231 

'4554 
6796 



'4557 



2232 



1092 



6814 



Right h Generation. 



6815 



6816 



6817 



6818 



6819 



6820 
6821 
6822 



II. Frederick Peter Fonda, b. at 1 30 Second Street, Troy, N. Y., 3 1 
Dec. 1842 ; a book-keeper; married in Troy, 19 Aug. 1867, by Rev. J. M. 
King, Methodist Episcopal, to Anna Maria Richards, dau. of Jacob Martin 
and Anna Maria (Lewis) Richards, of Glen's Falls, N. Y., where she was 
born 29 Oct. 1843. They dwelt in Knoxville, Tenn., during the years 
1868 and 1869; afterward lived in West Troy, N. Y. ; and resided at 183 
North Second Street, Troy, in March 1 874. He enlisted, as corporal, in 
the same company with his brother James ; saw the same service; and was 
mustered out, with the regiment, 14 May 1863, as a sergeant. 

III. Emma Jane Fonda, b. at 130 Second Street, Troy, N. Y., 13 
June 1844; married in Troy, 15 Feb. 1866, by Rev. George C. Baldwin, 
Baptist, to George Arthur Waters, inventor and manufacturer of Waters's 
patent paper boats, son of Elisha and Eleanora (Bassett) Waters, of Troy, 
where he was born 15 May 1844. They dwelt in Troy for six and a half 
years; and then moved to Lansingburgh, N. Y., where they were living in 
March 1874. 

IV. Nancy Helena Fonda, b. at 130 Second Street, Troy, N. Y., 16 
Nov. 1847; died i n the same place, 10 Nov. 1851, and was buried in Mount 
Ida Cemetery, Troy. 

V. Hiram Wilson Fonda, b. at 130 Second Street, Troy, N. Y., 26 
July 1849; died in the same place, 16 Nov. 1851, and was buried in Mount 
Ida Cemetery, Troy. 

VI. Elizabeth Fonda, b. at 130 Second Street, Troy, N. Y., 2 May 
1851; and was living with her parents, in Lansingburgh, N.Y., in March 
1874, unmarried. 

VII. Abbie Wilson Fonda, b. at 130 Second Street, Troy, N. Y., 
28 Feb. 1853 ; married in her father's house, corner of John and Washing- 
ton Streets, Lansingburgh, N. Y., 24 Sept. 1873, by Rev. Byram J. Hall, 
Episcopal, to Thomas Ranken, a broker in wool, son of Hugh and Sabrina 
(Bussey) Ranken, of Wood Bank, in Eighth Street, Troy. He was born 
at the Summer residence of his parents, in Brunswick, N. Y., 22 July 
1853. They were living at Wood Bank, in Troy, in March 1875. 

VIII. Annie Hortense Fonda, b. at 130 Second Street, Troy, N. Y., 
19 Oct. 1854. 

IX. William Wilson Fonda, b. at 130 Second Street, Troy, N. Y., 
19 Oct. 1856. 

X. Job Pierson Fonda, b. at 5 Washington Park, Troy, N. Y., 15 
Feb. 1858. 



14558 



14560 



14562 



6823 



6824 
6825 
6826 
682; 



6828 
6829 
6830 

6831 



Whitney Family. 



XI. George B. McClellan Fonda, b. at Lansingburgh, N. V , 13 
July 1862. 



Chll. of John Ciftord and Mary Atkinson (Wilson) Weeks. 

I. John Henry Weeks, b. at Warrensburgh, N. Y., 28 Jan. 1852; 
and was living at LeRoy, N. Y., in July 1874, unmarried. 

II. George Washington Weeks, b. at LeRoy, N. Y., 6 March 
1854; and was living there in July 1874. 

III. Nancy Helena Weeks, b. at LeRoy, N.Y., 26 Sept. 1855; a "d 
was living there in July 1874. 

IV. Hephzibah En Eari Weeks, b. at LeRoy, N. Y., 22 March 

1857; an d was living there in July 1874. 



Chll. of Ephraim Townsend and Nanoy Catharine (Wilson) Weeks. 

I. Emma Weeks, was living at Fort Edward, N. Y., in July 1874. 

II. Abbie Weeks, was living at Fort Edward, N. Y., in July 1874. 

III. McClellan Weeks, was living at Fort Edward, N. Y., in July 
1874. 

IV. Catharine Weeks, was living at Fort Edward, N. Y., in July 
1874. 



Chll. of Richard and Angelina (Grace) Cooley. 

6832 I. Henry Peter Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 6 Sept. 1822; died 
at Cooperstown, i Aug. 1862, and was buried there. 

6833 I II. George Washington Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 21 

March 1825 ; died at St. Paul, Minn., 27 Dec. 1857, and was buried there. 

6834 III. John Grace Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 31 March 1827; 
died at St. Paul, Minn., 8 Jan. 1854, at the house of his sister, Mrs. Winne; 
and was buried at St. Paul. 



io 9 3 



2233 



2235 



2240 



194 

6835 



Eighth Generation. 



6836 



6837 



6838 



6839 



IV. Phebe Wilson Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1829; 14563 
married there, 5 Jan. 1848, Peter Rosenburg Winne, a merchant, son of 
Conrad W. and Nancy Storm (Becker) Winnc, 1 of Palatine, N. Y. He 

was born at Cherry Valley, now Roseboom, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1825. They 
settled at Palatine, near Canajoharie, N. Y., where he dealt in dry goods 
till 1850. They then went west, staying at Milwaukee, Wis., for a few 
months, then settling at St. Paul, Minn., where he opened a wholesale and 
retail clothing store. This business continued till his death, which took 
place in the Insane Asylum, at Utica, N. Y., 29 June 1856. He was 
buried at Cooperstown, 26 July 1856. She returned to Cooperstown, with 
her children, in Oct. 1856 ; and was living there in Feb. 1874, having dwelt 
with her mother, during that time, in the house, which her father and 
grandfather built, in 1826, of stone from the walls of the house erected by 
J. Fenimore Cooper, 1814-1817, and burned in 1823. 

V. Richard Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1830; a 14566 
jeweller and watch-repairer; married at Cooperstown, 29 Ap. 1855, by 

Rev. Charles W. Tomlinson, Universalist, to Sarah Ann Cooper, dau. of 
William and Phebe (Casler) Cooper, of Cooperstown. She was born at 
Remsen, N. Y., 10 May 1834. They dwelt at Laurens, N. Y., for eight 
years; at Detroit, Mich., two years; and, in 1865, settled at Morris, N. Y., 
where they were living in Feb. 1874. 

VI. William Grace Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 1 1 June 1833; 
died at Cooperstown, 29 Sept. 1871, and was buried there. 

VII. Mary Sample Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1835; 14568 
married at St. Paul, Minn., 17 Oct. 1855, by Rev. John Van Ingen, D.D., 
rector of Christ Church, Episcopal, to William Alonzo Van Slyke, a dealer 

in grain and produce, son of Adam and Lovina (Colegrove) Van Slyke, of 
Cherry Valley, N. Y., where he was born 5 Oct. 1833. They settled at St. 
Paul, and were living there in Feb. 1874. He enlisted at Fort Snelling, 
Minn., as lieutenant, in Co. G, 5th Reg., Minn. Vol. Infantry ; and was 
mustered out in Sept. 1863, as captain, having taken part in the battles of 
Corinth, Holly Springs, Raymond, Jackson and Big Black, and in the siege 
of Vicksburgh. 

VIII. Charles Barnard Cooley, b. on Pioneer Street, Cooperstown, I457 1 
N. Y., 22 March 1839; a printer; married at 38 Camp Street, Newark, 

|N. J., 25 Oct. 1869, by Rev. Henry C. Fish, D.D., pastor of the First 
Baptist Church of Newark, to Margaret Althea Taylor, dau. of Rev. 
William Horatio and Phebe Bailey (Crowell) Taylor, of Fair Haven, Mass., 
where she was born 17 Jan. 1837. He went to St. Paul, Minn., 15 Oct. 

'Conrad W. Winne was born in Johnstown, Delaware Co., N. Y., 7 March 1807, and died n j 
N. Y., 15 Aug. 1799; his wife was born in Jan. 1870. They were buried in Canajoharie. 



6840 
6841 



6842 



6843 



Whitney Family. 



1095 



1 865 ; was connected there with the St. Paul Daily Despatch , and returned, 
25 June 1873, to Newark, where they were living, at 28 Green Street, in 
Feb. 1 874. He then had charge of the Newark Daily Press. For several 
years before their marriage she was a successful teacher, and was principal 
of one of the public schools in Newark. He was twice chosen clerk and 
treasurer of the village of Cooperstown. 

IX. Alfred Avery Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 11 Nov. 1843; 
and was living at Norwich, N. Y., in Feb. 1874, unmarried. 

X. Annie Grace Cooley, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 26 Aug. 1847 ' 
and was living there in Feb. 1 874, unmarried. 



Chii. of William and Jane (Stowell) Grace. 

I. Jessie Emeline Grace, b. at Oxford, N. Y., 4 June 1849; married 
at the house of John Shattuck, in Norwich, N. Y., 29 March 1871, by Rev. 
Walter Ayrault, rector of St. Paul's Church, Oxford, to David Edwin 
Hulbert, a teacher, son of David and Nancy (La Munion) Hulbert, of 
Augusta, N. Y., where he was born 3 Ap. 1847. They settled at New 
Woodstock, and were living there in Ap. 1875, without children. 

II. George Wilson Grace, b. at Oxford, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1853; a 
farmer; left home in 1858, after the death of his mother, to live with John 
Shattuck, of Norwich, N. Y.; and was yet there in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 



6843;. III. William Grace, died in infancy. 



6844 



Child of William and Maria Belcher (Wilson) Pardee. 

1. Mary Pardee, b. at Albany, N. Y., 3 May 1835; married at Coop- 
erstown, N. Y., 21 Feb. 1855, William Wallace Brainerd, a farmer and 
mitten-manufacturer, son of Ansel Tracy and Nancy Bowne (Bush) 
Brainerd, of Slaterville, N. Y., where he was born 18 Oct. 1832. They 
have lived at Slaterville, and Cooperstown ; and were dwelling at Wells- 
borough, Penn., in Nov. 1873. 



2241 



2242 
14573 



Chll. of William Henry and Caroline Elizabeth (Wilson) Brainerd. 2244 

6845 i I Henry Whitney Brainerd, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 13 Feb. 1843; 
died on the same day. 



1096 



6846 



Eighth Generation. 



6847 

6848 
6849 
6850 
6851 
6852 



6853 
6854 
6855 



II. Edward Wilson Brainerd, b. at 252 East Broadway, New York 
City, 8 May 1848; a vine-grower; married at Sacramento City, Cal., 24 
Sept. 1870, by Rev. Henry Brown, Unitarian, to Helen Irene Sprague, 
dau. of Moses and Nancy Maria (Smith) Sprague, of Sacramento City. 
She was born, 2 Ap. 1847, at Orland, Ind. ; and went with her parents to 
California, 22 Dec. 1856. They were living at Sacramento City in Jan. 
1874. 



Chil. of Giles Crofoot and Emma Jane (Wilson) Smith. 

I. Launitz Wilson Smith, b. at 79 Cannon Street, New York, 10 
Jan. 1849; was living at 95 Washington Avenue, Detroit, Mich., in Jan. 
1874. He married in Aug. 1874; but no further details have been 
received. 

II. Caroline Elizabeth Smith, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 14 Sept 
1850; was living with her parents, at Utica, N. Y., in Jan. 1874. 

III. Aurelia Esther Smith, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 9 Aug. 1853; 
died there, 21 July 1861, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery. 

IV. Julia Wykoff Smith, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 15 Dec. 1855 ; 
was living with her parents, at Utica, N. Y., in Jan. 1874. 

V. William Wilson Smith, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 10 Oct. 1858 ; 
died there, 3 Aug. 1861, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery. 

VI. Jane Chase Smith, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 30 May 1861; 
died there, 23 Oct. 1861, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery. 



Chil. of Russell and Mary Ann (Wilson) Marvin. 

I. Sarah Marvin, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 4 July 1837; died at 
Cooperstown, 27 Aug. 1838, and was buried there. 

II. Frank Wilson Marvin, b. at Detroit, Mich., 10 June 1847; and 
was living there in Feb. 1 874, unmarried. 

III. Catharine Wilson Marvin, b. at Detroit, Mich., 3 Nov. 1849; 
died at Detroit, 13 July 1850, and was buried there. 



6856 



6857 



6858 



6859 



686o 



686 1 



6862 



6863 



Whitney Family. 



1097 



IV. Mary Bradshaw Marvin, b. at Detroit, Mich., 14 May 1854; 
died at Detroit, 17 July 1854, and was buried there. 



Chll. of George Bradshaw and Harriette Maria (Craves) Wilson. 

I. Frank Bradshaw Wilson, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1842; 
grad. at Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y., in 1 864 ; a cigar-manufacturer, 
with his brother, at 19 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich.; married at Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, 6 Oct. 1868, Ida Margaret Snyder, dau. of Dr. Israel and 
Margaret (Willson) Snyder, of Cedar Rapids, afterward of Eldora, Iowa. 
She was born at Canfield, Ohio, 25 March 1851. They were living at 
Detroit in Feb. 1874. 

II. Arthur Wilson, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., i Sept. 1844; died 10 
Sept. 1844, and was buried in Lakeside Cemetery, Cooperstown. 

III. George Bancroft Wilson, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 28 Nov. 
1845 ! a cigar-manufacturer, of the firm of Wilson Brothers, 19 Jefferson 
Avenue, Detroit, Mich.; married at Detroit, 14 May 1869, Lucy C. 
Holcomb. 



Child of Washington and Frances (Baldwin) Wilson. 

I. Catharine Wilson, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 12 Oct. 1850; died 
at Cooperstown, 19 Dec. 1851, and was buried there. 



2248 
'4577 



14578 



2249 



Chll. of Leander Delos and Elizabeth Bradshaw (Wilson) Brown. 2254 

I. Mary Elizabeth Brown, b. at Snowden Hill, in Otsego, N. Y., 17 
Dec. 1846; and was living at Schuyler's Lake, N.Y., in Feb. 1874, un- 
married. 

II. Grace Wilson Brown, b. at Burlington Green, N. Y., 18 March 14580 
1850; married at 3 Spring Street, Utica, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1870, by Rev. A. 

J. Canfield, Universalist, to Erastus A. Taylor, a merchant, son of Milton 
Hensdill and Rebecca Jane (Russel) Taylor, of Schuyler's Lake, N. Y., 
where he was born I Feb. 1848. They were living at Schuyler's Lake in 
Feb. 1874. 

III. Maude Wilson Brown, b. in Calumet Avenue, Chicago, 111., 4 
June 1865. 

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1098 



6864 
6865 



6866 
686; 



6868 



6869 



68;o 



6871 



6872 



6873 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Custavus and Rebecca (Wilson) SchifTer. 

I. Franklin Custavus Schiffer, b. at Chicago, 111., 25 May 1855; 
was living at Cooperstown, N. Y., in Feb. 1874. 

II. Mary Wilhelmine Schiffer, b. at Chicago, 111., 23 Feb. 1857; 
was living at Cooperstown, N. Y., in Feb. 1874. 



Chil. of Nicholas Wilson and Jane Maria (Van der Mark) En Earl. 

I. John Henry En Earl, served in the war of 1861. 

II. Merritt Dix En Earl, served in the war of 1861. 



Chil. of Henry and Mary Ann (McGregor) En Earl. 

I. Henry McGregor En Earl, b. at Cohoes, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1835; 
married at LeRoy, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1857, Emma Tims. They were living 
at Mumford, N. Y., in Feb. 1874. He served in the war of 1861. 

II. Nicholas En Earl, b. at West Troy, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1837; married 
at Tecumseh, Mich., 9 Jan. 1862, Harriet Weaver. They settled at Fort 
Wayne, Mich. ; and he died there, i Aug. 1 867. She was living in 
Lenawee Co., Mich., in Feb. 1874. He served in the war of 1861. 

III. Charlotte Ronett En Earl, b. at Cohoes, N. Y., 18 Nov. 1839; 
married at LeRoy, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1861, James Grant. They were living 
at Bryant's Pond, Me., in Feb. 1874. He served in the war of 1861. 

IV. Frances Bryant En Earl, b. at Cohoes, N. Y., 18 Feb. 1842; 
married at Tecumseh, Mich., i Sept. 1862, Teunis W. Henion. They were 
living at Portland, Me., in Feb. 1874, without children. He served in the 
war of 1861. 

V. Malcolm Paul En Earl, b. at Cohoes, N. Y., 7 Feb. 1846; was 
living at Bryant's Pond, Me., in Feb. 1874, unmarried. He was a soldier 
in the war of 1861. 

VI. Mary En Earl, b. at Cohoes, N. Y., 24 March 1848; died 27 
March 1848, and was buried at Cohoes. 



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VII. George En Earl, b. at Cohoes, N. Y., 21 June 1849; died 15 
Oct. 1851, at Cohoes, and was buried there. 

VIII. Mary Janette En Earl, b. at Cohoes, N. Y., 19 March 1851; 
died at Cohoes, 12 March 1851, according to the family-record (which is 
plainly erroneous), and was buried there. 

IX. Jennie Marie En Earl, b. at Cohoes, N. Y., 13 March 1855; and 
was living at Portland, Me., in Feb. 1874, unmarried. 



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Child of Merritt Andrew and Hephzlbah Ann (En Earl) Dlx. 
I. A. F. Dix, served in the war of 1861. 

Chll. of William Tompkins and Julia Rebecca (En Earl) Chapman. 

I. Ceorgiana Jennette Benedict Chapman, b. at Amsterdam, 
N. Y., I Feb. 1842 ; married at LeRoy, N. Y., 29 Dec. 1862, by Rev. Mr. 

Gesner, Episcopal, to Lyman Benedict, son of and Julia (Monroe) 

Benedict. He died 24 Feb. 1870. She was married (2d), 8 Sept. 1872, in 
Marshall Co., Kansas, by Mr. Smith, justice of the peace, to William H. 
Harden, of Savannah, Mo., where they were living in Feb. 1874. 

II. Charles Henry Chapman, b. at Amsterdam, N. Y., 13 Jan. 
1844; married at Cohoes, N.Y., 4 March 1870, by Rev. Hobart Brown, 
Episcopal, to Susanna Mander. They were living at Cohoes in Feb. 
1874. He enlisted at LeRoy, N. Y., during the war of 1 86 1, in Co. C, 
1 5 1st Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; was wounded in the ankle, causing 
permanent disability and a small pension. 

III. Hephzibah En Earl Chapman, b. at Amsterdam, N. Y., 27 
Jan. 1846; died at LeRoy, N. Y., 27 Ap. 1847, and was buried there. 

IV. Hephzibah En Earl Chapman, b. at Amsterdam, N. Y., 19 
Jan. 1848; died at Chicago, 111., 25 Oct. 1849, and was buried in Kenicott 
Grove, 111. 

V. George Washington Chapman, b. at Mount Morris, N. Y., 6 
July 1850. 

VI. Edward Herbert Chapman, b. at LeRoy, N. Y., 25 Sept. 14594 



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1853; married in Marshall Co., Kansas, 28 Sept. 1872, by Rev. William 
FitzGerald, Roman Catholic, to Anna Calahan, dau. of Thomas and Ellen 
(Stolks) Galahan. They were living at Frankfort, Kansas, in Feb. 1874. 

VII. Mary Elizabeth Chapman, b. at LeRoy, N. Y., 23 Jan. 1856. 

VIII. Caroline Kenicott Chapman, b. at LeRoy, N. Y., 3 Ap. 
1860. 

IX. Lyman Benedict Chapman, b. at LeRoy, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1863. 



Chil. of James Lewis and Alma Jane (Comstock) En Earl. 

I. George Lansing En Earl, b. at Raisin, Mich., 4 June 1848; died 
there, 18 Sept. 1849, an ^ was buried at Adrian, Mich. 

II. Catharine Elizabeth En Earl, b. at Raisin, Mich., 9 June 1850; 
married at Napoleon, Mich., 2 Feb. 1870, by Rev. F. W. Warren, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Chester William Luce, a farmer, son of Henry Talmadge 
and Lucy Orena (Fisher) Luce, of Napoleon. He was born at Manchester, 
Mich., 21 Aug. 1847. They were living at Napoleon in Feb. 1874. 

III. Darius Comstock En Earl, b. at Adrian, Mich., 17 Ap. 1853 ; 
was living at Moscow, Mich., in Feb. 1874, unmarried. 

Chil. of James Lewis and Electa Ann (Edwards) En Earl. 

IV. Herbert Andrew En Earl, b. at Franklin, Mich., 18 Aug. 1855. 

V. Julia Hephzibah En Earl, b. at Franklin, Mich., 2 Nov. 1859. 

VI. Frank Gertrude En Earl, b. at Franklin, Mich., 21 Aug. 1862. 

VII. William John En Earl, b. at Jackson City, Mich., 18 Nov. 1871. 



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Chil. of George Montrose Lansing and Emma Jane (Garland) En Earl. 2265 

I. Karla Cobb En Earl, b. at Kingston, Canada, 5 June 1 862. 

II. Madge McKibbin En Earl, b. at Montreal, Canada, 2 Dec. 1864. 



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III. Henry Frederick St. John En Earl, b. at Prescott, Canada, 27 
Dec. 1866; died there, 24 Jan. 1867, and was buried at Ogdensbureh. 

N.Y. 



Chil. of William and Abla (Taylor) Miller. 

I. Lucy Bell Miller, b. at Unadilla, N. Y., 5 Aug. 1861. 

II. Caroline Eliza Miller, b. at Unadilla, N. Y., i July 1863. 

III. William Taylor Miller, b. at Unadilla, N. Y., 16 Dec. 1864. 

IV. Matilda C. Miller, b. at Unadilla, N. Y., 23 July 1867. 



Chil. of John Henry and Anna Jane (Griffin) Whitney. 

I. Willard Elmer Whitney, b. in Gorham, Ohio, 23 Oct. 1860. 

II. Frank Elgin Whitney, b. in Gorham, Ohio, 15 Sept. 1863. 



Chil. of Hiram Northrop and Clarissa Wood (Squire) Whitney. 

I. Catharine Bell Whitney, b. at Franklin, N. Y., 22 June 1863. 

II. Charles Abel Whitney, b. at Lisle, N. Y., 19 Sept. 1866. 

III. Elizabeth Patterson Whitney, b. at Lisle, N. Y., 24 Ap. 1869. 

Chil. of Merlin Gardner and Julia Amanda (Whitney) Merithew. 

I. Martha Aleda Merithew, b. at Sidney Centre, N. Y., 26 Aug. 
1859; died at Sidney Centre, 16 Dec. 1861, and was buried there. 

II. Frederick Winsor Merithew, b. at Sidney Centre, N. Y., 29 
Oct. 1862 ; was killed by falling from a waggon, 29 Aug. 1868, at Sidney 

Centre ; and was buried there. 

III. Charles Henry Merithew, b. at Sidney Centre, N. Y., 23 June 

1866. 



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Chil. of John and Sarah Ann (Whitney) Blanchard. 

I. Elmore Seymour Blanchard, b. at Sidney Centre, N. Y., 18 
Nov. 1867. 

II. Frederick David Blanchard, b. at Sidney Centre, N. Y., 2 Sept. 
1872. 



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Child of George W. and Clara (Whitney) Manzor. 

I. Merlin Gardner Manzor, b. at Sidney Centre, N. Y., 20 Jan. 
1873- 



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Chil. of Theodore Legrand and Mary (Nine) Whitney. 

I. Charles Warren Whitney, b. 26 Feb. 1866. 

II. James Theodore Whitney, b. in July 1868. 

III. Caroline Whitney, twin, b. 5 July 1870; died 20 Oct. 1873. 

IV. Henry Whitney, twin, b. 5 July 1870; died in Aug. 1871. 

V. Catharine Whitney, b. in Jan. 1873. 

VI. Mary Whitney, b. in Sept. 1874. 



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Chil. of Henry and Harriet Minerva (Whitney) Wickham. 

I. Howard Wickham, b. at Oneonta, N. Y., 2 Aug. 1858. 

II. Caroline Wickham, b. at Oneonta, N. Y., 16 May 1860; died at 
Oneonta, 15 July 1864, and was buried there. 

III. Harriet Wickham, b. at Oneonta, N. Y., 14 July 1863. 

IV. Henry Bovee Wickham, b. at Oneonta, N. Y., 24 Ap. 1872. 



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Chil. of Morrington and Phebo Lavinla (Whitney) Williams. 

I. William Williams, b. at Sidney, N. Y., 11 June 1863; died at 
Sidney, 13 Aug. 1866, and was buried there. 

II. Frank Williams, b. at Sidney, N. Y., 29 June 1865. 

III. Caroline Williams, b. at Sidney, N. Y., 16 June 1869. 

IV. Lulie Adelaide Williams, b. at Oneonta, N. Y., 4 June 1874. 



Chll. of Isaac and Lucy (Root) Barnum. 

I. Isaac Delos Barnum, a photographer; dwelt at Cortland, N.Y., 
and died there in 1873. His widow was said to be living at McGrawville, 
N. Y., in June 1875. 

II. Thomas Whitney Barnum, was said to be living at New York 
City in 1 874. 



Child of Samuel and Electa (Barnum) Lewis. 
I. Miles Lewis, lived at Little San Jose, Cal., in 1874. 

Chil. of Richard Whitney and Rachel (Clllett) Barnum. 



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I. Sarah Elizabeth Barnum, b. in New York, 15 June 1831; married 14597 
in Waterford, Mich., i Jan. 1853, Abram Titsworth, a farmer, who was 

born in New York, 15 Aug. 1829, son of Jacob and Jane (Vantine) 
Titsworth. They settled in Groveland, Mich., and were living there in 
Sept. 1874. 

II. Harriet Melissa Barnum, b. in New York, 29 Oct. 1835; 
married in Waterford, Mich., 2 Nov. 1852, Ell Harden, of Waterford. She 

married (2d) Davis; and her present place of residence is not 

known. 



III. Emily Louisa Barnum, b. at Lapeer, Mich., 23 Aug. 1838; 
married at Token Creek, Wis., 3 Dec. 1858, John Robinson Hazen, a 
farmer, son of Erastus and Lucy (Hamilton) Hazen, of Waterloo, Wis. 



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He was born at Westville, N. Y., in 1834. They settled at Waterloo, and 
were living there in Jan. 1875; having dwelt for three years in Mitchell, 
Iowa. He served as lieutenant in Co. K, i6th Reg., Wis. Vol., from 15 
Aug. 1 86 1 till his resignation, 4 Nov. 1862; and took part in the battles 
of Shiloh, ist Corinth, luka, and 2d Corinth. 

IV. Elbert Judson Barnum, b. at Bloomfield, Mich., 16 June 1841; 14605 
a farmer; settled at Goodrich ville, Mich., and, in 1865, moved to Hadley, 
Mich., where he was married, 12 Jan. 1867, by Rev. Lucius S. Tedman, 
pastor of the Meth. Epis. Church of Dryden, Mich., to Sarah E. Heming- 
way, dau. of George and Sarah Elmira (Flint) Hemingway, of Hadley, 
where she was born 17 Aug. 1852. They settled in Hadley; thence, in 
1869, moved to Groveland, Mich.; returned to Hadley in 1871; and from 
there, in 1872, went to Birch Run, Mich., where they were living in March 
1875. 

V. Mary Lovangia Barnum, b. at Bloomfield Centre, Mich., 29 14607 
Nov. 1843; married at Goodrichville, Mich., 16 Aug. 1863, by Rev. J. B. 
Varnum, Methodist Episcopal, to Henry David Miller, a merchant, son of 
Jacob and Betsey Elizabeth (Randolph) Miller, of Hadley, Mich., where he 

was born, 29 Nov. 1841. They dwelt for one year at Goodrichville; two 
years at Hadley ; six and a half years at the corner of Hamilton and Van 
Buren Streets, Saginaw City, Mich.; and then settled at Birch Run, Mich., 
where they were living in Jan. 1875. He enlisted at Detroit, Mich., 16 
Sept. 1 86 1, in Co. F, ist Reg., Mich. Cavalry; and was discharged, 3 Ap. 

1863, at Detroit. He was captured at the battle of Winchester, Va., 24 
May 1862 ; was paroled 13 Sept. 1862 ; and was wounded in the wrist at 
Wolf Run Shoals, Va., I Jan. 1863. 

VI. Luceiia Rebecca Barnum, b. at Bloomfield Centre, Mich., i 14610 
Oct. 1845; taught school from 1860 to 1866; married at Grand Blanc, 
Mich., I Sept. 1866, Milo Swears, a farmer, born at Goodrich, in Atlas, 
Mich., 19 June 1838, son of Manley and Lydia (Van Clief) Swears. They 
settled on a farm in Atlas; and in June 1874, moved to Ortonville, Mich., 
where they were keeping a hotel in Jan. 1875. He enlisted at Goodrich, 

22 Oct. 1862, as corporal, in Co. C, loth Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; and 
was discharged at Knoxville, Tenn., 5 Feb. 1864. He reenlisted, 6 Feb. 

1 864, in the same company ; was appointed sergeant on the same day, and 
first-sergeant 24 June 1865; and was discharged at Louisville, Ky., 19 
July 1865, having taken part in thirty-two battles, without a wound. 

VII. Eveline Parin Barnum, b. at Bloomfield Centre, Mich., 2 Ap. i 14613 
1850; married at Goodrich, Mich., 16 Sept. 1866, by Rev. G. C. Graham, 
Methodist, to Abram H. Crampton, a farmer, son of Cook and Lydia Ann 
(Tunison) Crampton, of Hadley, Mich., where he was born in 1845. They 



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settled at Hadley, and were living there in Jan. 1875. He enlisted, 20 
Sept. 1864, in the I3th Reg. of Mich. Volunteers; and was discharged at 
Jackson, Mich., I July 1865. 

VIII. Frances Amelia Barnum, b. at Goodrich, Mich., 2 June 1853; 
married at South Saginaw, Mich., 21 Sept. 1871, John Ballantlne, a 
sawyer, who was born at Flint, Mich., 16 Oct. 1842, son of John and 
Elizabeth (McLauren) Ballantine, from Scotland. They settled at Saginaw 
City, Mich., and were living there in Jan. 1875. He served in Co. A, 2d 
Reg., Mich. Cavalry, during the war of 1861. 



Chil. of Austin and Rebecca (Barnum) Squire. 

I. Linus Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 27 Oct. 1832; a physician, 
educated at the Medical College of Chicago ; married at Lake Mills, Wis., 
12 May 1853, Margaret Hannah, whose parents lived in Jefferson Co., Wis. 
She was born in St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., 10 Aug. 1834, dau. of Joseph 
and Lily (Wilson) Hannah. They settled at Waterloo, Wis.; and moved, 
3 Dec. 1863, to West Mitchell, Iowa, where they were living in 1874. 

II. John Barnum Squire, b. at Apulia, N.Y., 28 Feb. 1834; married 
at Waterloo, Wis., 4 July 1855, Harriet Streeter, dau. of Abraham Vander- 
pool and Christine Streeter. They settled at Spencer, Iowa, and were 
living there in 1 874. 

III. Polly Joan Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 16 Oct. 1836; married 
at Waterloo, Wis., 17 Jan. 1856, David Sanders, son of Joshua and Mary 
(Young) Sanders, of Hunterdon County, N. J., where he was born 30 
Oct. 1828. They settled at Waterloo, and were living there in 1874, with- 
out children. 

IV. Manlius Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., i Oct. 1838; a farmer; 
married at Canaan, Ohio, I Jan. 1861, by Rev. John Hough, Presbyterian, 
to Esther Mettle Stainton, dau. of Peter and Freelove (Groger) Stainton, 
of Canaan, where she was born 3 Dec. 1840. They dwelt at Jefferson, 
Wis., till i Ap. 1870; at Canaan, Ohio, till 26 Ap. 1872; and then 
returned to Jefferson, where they were living in 1 874. 

V. Homer Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 4 June 1841; a farmer; 
married at Waterloo, Wis., 20 Dec. 1860, Sophie Elizabeth Perkins, who 
was born at Rochester, Vt, 8 July 1841, dau. of John Trumbull and 
Isabella (Cornwall) Perkins. They dwelt at Sparta, Wis., from the Fall of 
1862 to 1863 ; at Chicago, 111., in 1865; at Tama City, Iowa, in 1867, and 

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the intervening and remaining years, at Waterloo, where they were living 
in 1874, without children. He has been marshal of the city of Waterloo 
for three terms. 

VI. Samuel Adee Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 8 Dec. 1844; a 
farmer; enlisted at Milwaukee, Wis., i Dec. 1863, m Co. D, I3th Reg., 
Wis. Vol. Infantry, and was discharged 27 June 1865. He married, 22 
Feb. 1868, at her father's house in Waterloo, Wis., Julia Alvira Knapp, who 
was born at Bytown, now Ottawa City, Canada, 27 May 1846, dau. of 
Charles Butler and Mary Ann (Blake) Knapp. They dwelt for several 
years at Waterloo; and in 1872, moved to Mount Pisgah, Wis., where 
they were living in 1874. 

VII. Permelia Jane Squire, b. at Waterloo, Wis., 7 Sept 1848; 
died there, 22 Sept. 1849, and was buried in the cemetery near the " white 
school-house." 

VIII. Charity Matilda Squire, b. at Waterloo, Wis., 22 March 1851; 
died there, 26 Sept. 1862, and was buried in the cemetery near the "white 
school-house." 

IX. Sarah Josephine Squire, b. at Waterloo, Wis., 24 Sept. 1854; 
and was living there, with her mother, in 1874. 



Chil. of Linus and Polly (Barnum) Squire. 

I. Amos Squire, b. at Agulia, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1834; a teacher; 
married at Lake Mills, Wis., 30 Sept. 1855, by Rev. J. F. Ostrander, 
Christian, to Elizabeth Abby Passmore, who was born at Livingstonville, 
in Broome, N. Y., 1 1 Oct. 1837, dau. of John and Betsey Augusta (Lang- 
worthy) Passmore. They settled at Waterloo, Wis. ; and were living there 
in Nov. 1874, he being then principal of the Waterloo Graded School. 
He enlisted, as a private, 13 Feb. 1865, in Co. E, 48th Reg., Wis. Vol. 
Infantry; was commissioned quarter-master sergeant of the regiment; and 
served till discharged at Fort Larned, Kansas, i Nov. 1865, on a certificate 
of disability. 

II. Emily Amelia Squire, b. at Apulia, N.Y., 24 July 1836; married 
at Waterloo, Wis., I Oct. 1855, by John Mosher, Esq., to Clarence Corn- 
stock Vanderpoel, a manufacturer of woollen goods, who was born at 
East Chatham, N. Y., 22 Nov. 1830, son of Abram and Christiana 
(Gifford) Vanderpoel. They settled at Newport, Wis. ; and thence moved 
to West Mitchell, Iowa, where they were living in 1874. 



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III. Howell Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 27 July 1838; a dealer in 
lumber; married at Waterloo, Wis., 8 Sept. 1861, by Rev. James Gushing, 
Methodist, to Amanda Harriet Lamb, who was born at Clay, N.Y., 1 1 Feb. 
1843, dau. of James Richard and Lily Bump (Smith) Lamb. They settled 
at Waterloo, and were living there in Nov. 1874. 

IV. Thomas Barnum Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., i Sept. 1841; a 
farmer; enlisted at Delton, Wis., 11 Oct. 1861, as musician, in the I2th 
Reg. of Wis. Volunteers, for three years; was discharged at Natchez, 
Miss., 4 Jan. 1864; reenlisted at Natchez, 5 Jan. 1864, and was discharged 
at Louisville, Ky., 16 July 1865. He was married, 15 Jan. 1865, at Port- 
land, Wis., by Rev. Andrew B. Bishop, Methodist Episcopal, to Ellen 
Miranda Brookins, who was born at Yarmouth, Canada West, 2 Feb. 1843, 
dau. of James and Sophronia (Smith) Brookins. They settled at Waterloo, 
Wis., and were living there in Nov. 1874. 

V. Charles Morris Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 28 June 1844; a 
merchant; married at Spencer, Iowa, I June 1873, by Rev. William 
Coleman, Congregational, to Anna Elizabeth Runyan, who was born at 
Richfield Springs, N. Y., 28 Jan. 1847, dau. of Philip Wells and Harriet 
(Newell) Runyan. They settled at Spencer, and were living there in Nov. 
1874. 

VI. Chloe Ette Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 20 Nov. 1846; married 
at Waterloo, Wis., 4 Nov. 1868, by Rev. Samuel S. Lang, Methodist, to 
George Timothy Frazee, a watch-maker and jeweller, of West Mitchell, 
Iowa, who was born at Calais, Maine, 20 Aug. 1 843, son of James and 
Sarah (Perry) Frazee, from Queens Co., New Brunswick. They settled at 
West Mitchell, and were living there in Nov. 1874. He enlisted, 20 Aug. 
1862, in Co. G, 27th Reg., Iowa Volunteer Infantry; was discharged at 
Clinton, Iowa, 9 Aug. 1865, having taken part in seven battles and twenty- 
three skirmishes. 

VII. Mary Adele Squire, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 24 March 1849; died 
at Waterloo, Wis., 21 Sept. 1853, and was buried there. 

VIII. Jonathan Squire, b. at Waterloo, Wis., 11 Jan. 1852; died at 
Waterloo, 29 Dec. 1861, and was buried there. 

IX. Eudora Delphine Squire, b. at Waterloo, Wis., 21 Sept. 1854; 
and was living there, with her mother, in 1 874. 

X. Flora Electa Squire, b. at Waterloo, Wis., 2 Nov. 1858; and was 
living there, with her mother, in 1874. 



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Chil. of Alanson and Emily (Barnum) Barnum. 

I. Amanda Malvina Barnum, b. in Jamesville, N. Y., 27 Aug. 
1838; died in Jamesville, 8 Oct. 1838, and was buried there. 

II. Helen Jane Barnum, b. in Syracuse, N. Y., 19 Ap. 1840; died in 
Syracuse, 21 July 1842, and was buried there. 

III. John Thomas Barnum, b. in Syracuse, N. Y., 31 Oct. 1843; 
enlisted, 15 Aug. 1862, in Co. I, 23d Reg., Mich. Volunteer Infantry, and 
was discharged at Salisbury, N. C., 28 June 1865. He was instantly killed 
by a falling tree, at Oregon, Mich., 18 June 1866, and was buried at 
Oakwood, Mich. He was unmarried. 

IV. Louisa Barnum, b. in Syracuse, N. Y., 5 May 1845; died 5 May 
1845, and was buried in Syracuse. 

V. Harrison Willard Barnum, b. in Goodrichville, Mich., 22 Dec. 
1848; died in Goodrichville, 23 Jan. 1849, an d was buried there. 



Chil. of John and Irena (Barnum) Locke. 

I. Josiah Locke. 

II. Albert Locke. 

III. Reuben Locke. 

IV. Ruhama Locke. 

"All living in Michigan, in 1874." 



Chil. of Charles Morris and Lois Ann (Thomas) Barnum. 

I. Barnum, a son, served throughout the war of 1861. 

II. Harrison Barnum, was living, it is said, at Gaylord, Mich., in 
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Chil. of George Frederick and Laura Louisa (Parsons) Wright. 

I. George Frederick Wright, b. at Fort Wayne, Indiana, 22 July 
1840; died at Fort Wayne, 13 July 1842, and was buried there. 

II. Flora Agnes Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 21 Feb. 1843; 
and was living there in 1874. 

III. Lark Whitney Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 3 May 1844; 
died at Oshkosh, 10 March 1844, and was buried there. 

IV. Azalia Case Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 9 Nov. 1846; 
and was living there in 1 874. 

V. Bird Hope Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 18 Nov. 1848 ; died 
at Oshkosh, 1 7 Aug. 1 849, and was buried there. 

VI. Light Chute Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 3 Nov. 1849; 
died at Oshkosh, 3 Ap. 1 860, and was buried there. 

VII. Gift Friendship Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, i Jan. 1852; 
died there, 31 Dec. 1858. 

VIII. Viola Louisa Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 12 May 1856; 
and lived there in 1874. 

IX. Calla Nancy Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1 7 Ap. 1858; 
and was living there in 1 874. 



Chil. of Erasmus Darwin and Betsey Whitney (Wright) Flnney. 

I. Newton Sobieski Finney, b. at Sacket's Harbor, N. Y., in 1836; 
was appointed an officer in the U. S. Coast Survey in 1855, and continued 
in command of a party till the war of 1861 began, when he joined the 
Confederate army, and served as captain of engineers, in command of the 
arsenal at Augusta, Ga., during the war. On the return of peace, he 
settled at Brunswick, Ga., as a shipping and commission merchant, of the 
firm of N. S. Finney & Co., where he lived till I Oct. 1872. He then 
went to New York City, where he was dwelling in Sept. 1874, a member 
of the firm of King, Finney & Co., railway bankers and merchants, at 84 
Broadway. He married, 17 Ap. 1860, at Brunswick, Ga., Josephine 
Elizabeth DuBlgnon, who was born at Brunswick, 3 Feb. 1841, dau. of 
Joseph and Felicite (Riffault) DuBignon, of Brunswick. 



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II. Edwin Finney, b. at Sacket's Harbor, N. Y., in 1840; enlisted, as 
musician, in the 2d Reg. of Wis. Volunteers, and served through the war; 
is married; and was living at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, in 1874. 

III. Georgians Milton Finney, b. at Sacket's Harbor, N. Y., 2 Nov. 
1841; married at 60 Algoma Street, Oshkosh, Wis., 21 Dec. 1864, by 
Rev. H. G. McArthur, Congregational, to Henry Baldwin Harshaw, of 
Oshkosh, who was born at Argyle, N. Y., 13 June 1842, son of George 
Charles and Reliance (Terry) Harshaw. They settled at Oshkosh, and 
were living there in 1874, at 80 High Street, he being then clerk of the 
District Court. He enlisted, 21 Ap. 1861, in Co. E, 2d Reg., Wis. Vol. 
Infantry; reached the rank of second-lieutenant; took part in the first and 
second battles of Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburgh, 
Chancellorsville, Gettysburgh, Mine Run, Wilderness, and Spottsylvania, 
in the last of which, 8 May 1 864, his left arm was taken off by a grape- 
shot. He was mustered out 29 June 1864. 



Chil. of Joseph and Emeline Theresa (Wright) Jackson. 

I. Aurora Stewart Jackson, b. at Green Bay, Wis., 20 May 1 839 ; 
died at Oshkosh, Wis., 6 Dec. 1846, and was buried there. 

II. Robert Wallace Jackson, b. at Southport, Wis., 12 Aug. 1842 ; 
a book-keeper; grad. at Beloit College in 1858; and was living at 
Shawano, Wis., in Sept. 1876. He entered Co. C, 2ist Reg., Wis. Vol- 
unteers, as sergeant, 5 Sept. 1862; was appointed second-lieutenant 8 Oct. 
1862, and first-lieutenant in Feb. 1863 ; and was in command of his com- 
pany at the battle of Chickamauga, where he was captured. He was taken 
to Atlanta, and thence to Libby prison, Richmond, Va., where he remained 
for a year ; and was then transferred to Macon, Ga., where he spent sev- 
eral months. He was one of the six hundred prisoners, whom the rebels 
marched, nearly naked, through the streets of Charleston, S. C., and then 
placed under fire of the Union batteries in the harbor ; after which they 
were taken to Columbia, S. C., where they were freed by Gen. Sherman. 
He was discharged 8 Ap. 1865. He married, 17 Sept. 1876, at Shawano, 
Lucy Christie. 

III. Joseph Henry Jackson, b. at Oshkosh, Wis. 25 Aug. 1845 ; a 
hardware-merchant and tinner; married at Rockford, 111., 2 Nov. 1872, by 
Rev. Mr. Smith, pastor of the Second Congregational Church, to Sarah 
Jane Stow, only dau. of Daniel and Jane Ann (Needham) Stow, of Essex, 
N. Y., where she was born 7 Oct. 1844. He dwelt at Beloit, Wis., 



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1869-1870; at Rockford, 111., 1871-1872; and then moved to Shawano, 
Wis., where they were living in June 1875, with one child. 

IV. Elects Emeline Jackson, b. at Oshkosh, Wis., 19 March 1848 ; 
married, 6 Sept. 1867, Samuel Crey Rhoades, a civil engineer, son of Alfred 
and Sarah (Grey) Rhoades. They were living at Grand Crossing, 111., in 
March 1875, and had three children, but were unwilling to communicate 

their names. 

V. Helen Marian Jackson, b. at Oshkosh, Wis., 24 March 1850; 
married there, 12 Dec. 1872, by Rev. W. A. Chamberlin, Congregational, 
to William Alexander Cordon, a physician, son of Rev. Joseph and Sarah 
Ann (Robinson) Gordon, of Athens, Ohio, and Washington, Penn. He 
graduated at the Rush Medical College, Chicago. They settled at Oshkosh, 
and were living there in June 1875. He was a soldier in the war of 1861, 
in Cole's Maryland Cavalry. 

VI. Leonard Martin Jackson, b. at Oshkosh, Wis., 29 Feb. 1852 ; 
died at Oshkosh, 3 July 1858, and was buried there. 

VII. George Wright Jackson, b. at Oshkosh, Wis., 23 Aug. 1854; 
a telegrapher; married at Sacramento, Cal., 19 Jan. 1875, Julia Lorenzo. 
They were living at Sacramento in March 1875. 

VIII. Martha Virginia Jackson, b. at Oshkosh, Wis., 16 Dec. 1858; 
and was living there in March 1875. 



Chil. of William Wallace and Mary Elizabeth (Evans) Wright. 

I. Henrietta Almera Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 15 Nov. 1845; 
died in Oshkosh, 23 Ap. 1847, an ^ was buried there. 



II. William Walter Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 27 Dec. 1846; and 
was living there, with his father, in 1874, unmarried. He served under 
Gen. Sherman, in the campaign from Atlanta to the Ocean, in the 2 1st 
Reg. of Wisconsin Volunteers; and was wounded in the foot, 14 May 1864, 
in the battle of Resaca. He enlisted in Sept. 1863, in Oshkosh, and was 
discharged in Louisville, Ky., 18 July 1865. 

III. George Frederick Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 12 Dec. 1848; 
a book-keeper; married there, 9 May 1871, by Rev. George C. Haddock, 
Methodist, to Betsey Jones Fowle, whose parents, from Genesee Co., 
N. Y., settled in Rock Co., Wis., where she was born, 2 Feb. 1850, dau. of 



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Jacob and Lovina (Bump) Fowle. They lived in Russell, Kansas, from 12 
May 1871 to Oct. 1871; then dwelt in Wilson, Kansas (where he was a 
justice of the peace), till 20 Sept. 1873; and thereupon returned to 
Oshkosh, where they resided in 1 874, without children. 

IV. Frank Esler Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 2 Ap. 1851; and was 
living there in 1 874, unmarried. 

V. Mary Adele Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 12 June 1853; and 
was living there in 1874, unmarried. 

VI. Ida May Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 19 May 1855; and was 
living there in 1874. 

VII. Edward Eugene Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 22 May 1858. 

VIII. Newton Glenn Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 12 Ap. 1860. 

IX. Jennie Arabell Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 3 May 1862. 

X. Nellie Kenerday Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 23 May 1865. 

XI. Emily Wright, b. in Oshkosh, Wis., 20 Aug. 1867; died 20 Aug. 
1867, and was buried in Oshkosh. 



Chil. of Philip Van Rensselaer and Hannah Drake (Coffin) Wright. 

I. Walton Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wis., 2 Oct. 1850; died at Oshkosh, 
2 Ap. 1852, and was buried there. 

II. Myette Roselle Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wis., 7 March 185^; 14646; 
married there, 27 June 1873, Charles Howard Whitney, born at Calais, 
Maine, son of Ephraim and Abigail (Dutch) Whitney. They were living 

at San Buenaventura, Cal., in June 1877. 

III. Netta Electa Wright, b. at Oshkosh, Wis., 30 Aug. 1854; and 
was living at San Buenaventura, Cal., in June 1877, unmarried. 



Chil. of John Walter and Henrietta Almera (Wright) Scon. 

I. Eva Virginia Scott, b. at 53 Algoma Street, Oshkosh, Wis., 15 
June 1852 ; married at the house of her mother, 1 1 Elm Street, Oshkosh, 



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7002 



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1 8 June 1872, by Rev. William Page Stowe, Methodist Episcopal, of Mil- 
waukee, to Henry Silas Janes, teller of the First National Bank of Oshkosh 
who was born at Neenah, Wis., 4 Sept. 1848, son of Henry Clinton and 
Almira Louger (Jacobs) Janes. She died in the same house, 18 Aug 
1872, and was buried in the Oshkosh Cemetery. He resided at Oshkosh 
in 1874. 

II. Nettie Aurora Scott, b. at 53 Algoma Street, Oshkosh, Wis., 23 
Aug. 1856; and was living with her mother, in June 1877, at n Elm 
Street, Oshkosh. 



Child of Sylvanus Chapel and Almira Sally (White) Whitney. 

I. Celia Ann Whitney, b. at Sandy Creek, N. Y., 25 July 1851; 
married at Utica, Wis., 10 Dec. 1867, George Henry Thompson, a farmer, 
afterward a dealer in dry goods, son of Elihu and Sophia (Mosley) 
Thompson, of Aurora, Wis. He was born at Waukesha, Wis., 26 Nov. 
1839. They settled at Waukau, Wis., and were living there in Feb. 1876. 
He served for one year during the war of 1861, in Co. K, 5th Reg., Wis. 
Vol. Infantry ; and took part in the battle of Hatcher's Run, and the first 
and second battles of Petersburgh. 



Child of Reuben and Mary Elizabeth (Whitney) Hloks. 

I- Hicks, a son, died when about three months old, and 

before June 1850. 



Chll. of George Washington and Rhoda Eliza (Whitney) Baker. 

7003 I. Elnora Adelaide Baker, b. at Philadelphia, N. Y., 22 Aug. 1850; 
married at Mexico, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1870, Abel Babcock, a farmer, son of 
Perry Greene and Eliza (Sheffield) Babcock, of Scriba, N. Y. He was 
born in Washington Co., R. I., 1 1 Dec. 1844. They settled at Scriba, and 
were living there in June 1875. 

7004 II. Clarence George Baker, b. at Philadelphia, N. Y., 13 Aug. 

1852 ; died at Mexico, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1865, and was buried there. 

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Chil. of John Ingersol and Lovina (Crosby) Whitney. 

I. Emily Viola Whitney, b. in Waterloo, Wis., 28 Sept. 1855 ; mar- 
ried there, 6 Oct. 1875, in her mother's house, Daniel Charles Kelly, a 
farmer, son of John Charles and Elizabeth (Tool) Kelly, of Watertown, 
Wis., where he was born 25 Oct. 1852. 

II. John Duane Whitney, b. in Waterloo, Wis., 29 May 1858; and 
was living there in Feb. 1875. 

III. Adeline Whitney, b. in Waterloo, Wis., 25 Feb. 1860; and was 
living there in Feb. 1875. 



Chil. of William Grumman and Polly (Whitney) Young. 

I. George Anson Young, b. in Paris, now Kirkland, N. Y., 13 Dec. 
1825 ; a farmer; married at her father's house in Kirkland, 8 Oct. 1851, by 
Rev. Orlo Bartholomew, Presbyterian, of Augusta, N. Y., to Irena Adeline 
Miller, born in Kirkland, 24 Ap. 1833, dau. of Alonzo Green and Prudence 
(Goff) Miller. They lived in Marshall, N. Y., a half mile south of Deans- 
ville, in 1874. 

II. Julia Ann Young, b. in Kirkland, now Marshall, N. Y., 2 Sept. 
1827; married there, 31 March 1852, in her father's house, by Rev. Hiram 
H. Kellogg, Presbyterian, of Clinton, N. Y., to William Flavel Buckley, a 
farmer, born in Marshall, 9 Ap. 1822, son of William Worden and Esther 
(Sturges) Buckley. They settled in Marshall, near Deansville ; where he 
died, 12 Nov. 1864, and was buried in Deansville Cemetery. She lived 
near Deansville in 1 874. 

III. Laura Betsey Young, b. in Kirkland, N. Y., 29 Ap. 1831; mar- 
ried there, in her father's house, 12 Sept. 1855, by Rev. Mr. Tuttle, Pres- 
byterian, of Deansville, N. Y., to Orris Josiah Hart, a farmer, whose father 
then lived in White Pigeon, Michigan. He was born in Marshall, N. Y., 
ii Dec. 1826, son of Warren and Harriet (Page) Hart. He was a justice 
of the peace, in Marshall, in 1874. 

IV. Edward Dwight Young, b. in Kirkland, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1833 ; a 
farmer; married in 1863, at her father's house in Marshall, N. Y., by Rev. 
Mr. Paine, Universalist, of Clinton, N. Y., to Ellen Maria Cridley, who was 
born in Marshall, 9 Aug. 1839, dau. of Oscar Barton and Charlotte Mercy 
(Stebbins) Gridley. He resided in Marshall, next door to his father's 
house, in 1874. 



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7012 V. William Grumman Young, b. in Kirkland, N.Y., 14 Aug. 1843; 
a farmer; married at 103 Court Street, Utica, N. Y., i Oct. 1868, by Rev. 
Daniel G. Corey, Baptist, to Helen Adelaide Sayles, whose father then 
lived in Mohawk, N. Y. She was born in Frankfort, N. Y., 27 May 1848, 
dan. of Nathan Verian and Nancy Maria (Brockway) Sayles. They lived 
at Kirkland, with his father, in 1874. 



Chil. of John Candee and Anna (Whitney) Peck. 

7013 I. Seth Whitney Peck, b. at Kirkland, now Marshall, N. Y., 25 Ap. 
1828; a farmer; married at her father's house, I Oct. 1851, by Rev. 
Hiram H. Kellogg, Congregational, to Mary Barton, dau. of Eliphaz Breed 
and Polly Maria (Barker) Barton, of Marshall, where she was born 1 8 May 
1830. They settled on a part of his father's homestead, in Marshall, and 
were living there in 1874. He has been supervisor of the town for three 
years. 

7014 II. Charles Isaac Peck, b. at Marshall, N. Y., 5 July 1838; a farmer; 
married at her father's house, 17 Dec. 1862, by Rev. L. W. Hayhurst, 
Baptist, to Cordelia Asenath Benedict, dau. of Ransom and Clarinda 
Caroline (Willis) Benedict, of Waterville, N. Y., where she was born 9 
Jan. 1839.' They settled in Marshall, and were living there in 1874, in 
the same house in which his father and grandfather died. 



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7017 


unit, or KeuDen- and Julia (Whitney) Munger. 

I. Sylvester Munger, b. at Marshall, N. Y., 19 March 1827; a farmer; 
married about 22 Nov. 1847, at Stockton, N. Y., Lucy Holmes. They 
were living at Stockton in Sept. 1877, with several children, whose names 
have not been obtained. 

II. Fayette Munger, b. at Marshall, N.Y., 15 March 1830; a farmer; 
married, 25 Aug. 1852, Emily Tucker. They were living at Stockton, 
N. Y., in Sept. 1 877, and had three children. 

III. Andrew Munger, b. at Marshall, N. Y., 27 Feb. 1833; a farmer; 
married at Charlotte, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., I June 1858, Mary E. 
Williamson, dau. of David and Lucy (Johnson) Williamson, of Charlotte, 
formerly of Sparta, N. Y., where she was born in 1839. 

1 See the Benedict Genealogy, p. 158. born at Presquc Isle, now Girard, Penn.; and 
2 The marriage of Reuben Munger with Julia was living at Stockton, N. Y., in Sept. 1877. 
Whitney took place 15 June 1826. She was 


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7024 



IV. Charlotte Munger, b. at Stockton, N. Y., 17 Oct. 1839; married 
Edward Richmond; and was living at Stockton in Sept. 1877, a teacher 
of instrumental music. 

V. Jared Whitney Munger, b. at Stockton, N. Y., 27 Jan. 1846; 
married, 3 Oct. 1871, Alice Lord; and was living at Stockton in Sept. 
1877, with one child. 



Chil. of Samuel and Charlotte (Mills) Whitney. 

I. Jared Whitney, b. on the Whitney homestead, in Kirkland, N. Y., 
13 Aug. 1833; a farmer; married, 27 Sept. 1854, by Rev. Mr. Tuttle, 
Presbyterian, of Deansville, N. Y., to Mary Elizabeth Miller, who was born 
in Augusta, in the house where she was married, 2 May 1837, dau. of 
Morris Samuel and Lucinda (Wood) Miller. They lived in Augusta for 
six years ; and then moved to Kirkland, near Deansville post-office, where 
they dwelt in 1874. 

II. Mary Whitney, b. in Kirkland, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1835 ; died there, 9 
Oct. 1835, and was buried in the Whitney Cemetery. 

III. Nancy Ann Whitney, b. in Kirkland, N. Y., 25 Sept. 1837; a 
milliner; lived in Rochester, N. Y., in 1874, unmarried. 



Child of David Husted and Lydia Eliza (Lapham) Whitney. 

I. Ella Angeline Whitney, b. in Marshall, N. Y., 2 Nov. 1858; and 
lived there, with her father, in 1874. 



Child of Lyman and Sabra (Whitney) Tuttle. 

I. Helen Aurelia Tuttle, b. in Camden, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1838; grad- 
uated in the female department of Oberlin College, in 1 860 ; married in 
Camden, 20 Oct. 1864, by Rev. Mr. Franklin, Presbyterian, to Samuel 
Cook Hotchkiss, a farmer, whose parents lived in Whiteford, Michigan. 
He was born at Harpersfield, Ohio, 20 Sept. 1826, son of Anson and Chloe 
Gilbert (Cook) Hotchkiss. They lived in Washington, D. C., for nearly 
eight years after marriage; and in 1872, settled in Whiteford, close to the 
border of Ohio, where they were living in 1874. 



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7035 



7036 



Chil. of George Gale and Sally McNitt (Hawkins) Whitney. 

I. Cassius Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 29 Sept 1846; a 
farmer; married there, 10 Oct. 1873, Adeila Cieason, dau. of Nathaniel 
and Fanny (Smith) Gleason, of Henderson, where she was born 12 Nov. 
1850. They settled at Henderson, and were living there in June 1877. 

II. Frank Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 3 Dec. 1847; and was 
living at 227 North-western Avenue, Chicago, 111., in 1874, unmarried. 

III. Ella Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 25 Oct. 1849; married 
Charles Justus Jenks. See his record. 

IV. Wortley Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 25 March 1851; 
married there, 20 Sept. 1874, Catharine Barney; and was living at Hen- 
derson in 1875. 

V. Lucy Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 23 March 1853; married 
there, 23 Dec. 1873, Quartus Mathews Searl, a farmer, son of Gilbert and 
Jennette (Mathews) Searl, of Lowville, N. Y., where he was born 30 March 
1853. They were living at West Lowville in 1874. 

VI. Frederick Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 13 Ap. 1855; and 
was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 

VII. Gilbert Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1856; and 
lived there, with his parents, in 1874. 

VIII. Harley Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 29 Aug. 1858; died 
at Henderson in 1860, and was buried there. 

IX. Minnie Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 4 May 1862. 

X. Nettie Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1864. 

XI. Harley Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 26 June 1866. 



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14678 

14679 



Child of Allen and Aramantha McDorman (Wright) Whitney. 



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7038 



7039 



7040 



7041 



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Chil. of Allen and Sarah (Lake) Whitney. 

II. Aramantha Whitney, b. at Beverly, C. W., 27 Sept. 1835; 
married at Adams, N.Y., 18 July 1855, James Zufelt, a farmer, born in 
Canada, 28 June 1836, son of Samuel and Margaret (Swartfeger) Zufelt. 
They dwelt at Ellisburgh, N. Y., till 1862; and then settled at Oneida, 
Mich., where he enlisted, 25 Dec. 1863, in Co. G, 27th Reg., Mich. Vol. 
Infantry. He took part in the siege of Vicksburgh, the battles of Knox- 
ville, the Wilderness, Petersburgh, and Richmond ; and was mustered out 
7 Aug. 1865. She died, 28 Dec. 1872, at East Saginaw, Mich.; and was 
buried in Grand Ledge Cemetery, at Oneida. He returned to Ellisburgh, 
and was living there in 1874. 



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III. Edwin Ruthven Whitney, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 20 Ap. 1838; 14683 ; 
a farmer; married at Oneida, Mich., 14 Aug. 1862, by Rev. A. O. Jenney, 
Baptist, to Nancy Hortensia Mann, dau. of Elias and Electa (Beebe) Mann, 

of Amherst, Ohio, where she was born 6 May 1841. They settled at 
Oneida, and were living there in 1874. He enlisted at Oneida, 25 Nov. 
1862, as a corporal, in Co. G, 27th Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; served till 
28 Ap. 1864, when, being unfit for duty in the field, he was transferred to 
Co. K, 22d Reg., Vet. Reserve Corps, at Washington, D. C. ; and was dis- 
charged at Cincinnati, Ohio, 9 Aug. 1865. 

IV. Henrietta Whitney, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 24 March 1840; 
married at Grand Ledge, Mich., 14 Dec. 1862, by Nathan Mount, to John 
Benson, who served as a major in the war of 1861. She served as an 
army hospital nurse, sickened, returned to her mother's at Grand Ledge, 
died there 31 Aug. 1864, and was buried at Portland, Mich. He was 
living at Portland in 1 874. 

V. William Richard Whitney, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 4 Nov. 1843; 14684 
a carpenter; married at Lansing, Mich., 21 Aug. 1870, by A. J. Davis, to 
Martha Josephine Nines, dau. of James Reynolds and Harriet Clark 
(Weidman) Hines, of Delta, Mich., formerly of Clarkson, N. Y., where she 

was born 30 Oct. 1852. They settled at Grand Ledge, Mich., and were 
living there in 1874. He was a soldier in the war of 1861. 



VI. Mary Lavinia Whitney, b. at Delta, Mich., 5 Ap. 1849; married 14685 
at Delhi, Mich., 17 Sept. 1866, William Henry Furguson, a harness-maker, 
whose parents, William and Sarah (Meek) Furguson, natives of Ireland, 
settled at Port Stanley, Canada, where he was born 10 May 1840. He 
died 23 June 1873, at Grand Ledge, Mich., and was buried there. She 
was living at Grand Ledge in 1874. 






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Chll. of Richard Ostrom and Laura (Reed) Whitney. 

I. Esther Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 4 June 1833 ; died there, 
28 May 1841, and was buried in the Reed Cemetery. 

II. Mary Louisa Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 6 June 1835 ; 
married in 1854, at Henderson, N. Y., Livingston Stevens, a farmer, who 
was born in Henderson, son of Charles and Abby (Edmonds) Stevens. 
They lived in Ellisburgh ; then in Watertown, Wisconsin ; and again in 
Ellisburgh. 

III. Knight Dexter Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1837; 
unmarried; enlisted at Belleville, in Ellisburgh, 9 May 1861, in Co. K, 
24th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; was shot through the right lung, 14 
Sept. 1862, in the battle of South Mountain, Va.; died of the wound, 22 
Oct. 1862, at the Emory General Hospital, in Washington, D. C; and was 
buried the next day, in the Soldiers' Cemetery in Washington. 

IV. Clark Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 10 June 1840; a loco- 
motive-engineer; married, in 1873, Maria Aldrioh. They lived in Lansing, 
Michigan, in 1874, without children. He served in the Union army during 
the war of 1861, for three years (first in Co. K, 24th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. 
Infantry), and was transferred to the 86th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers, before 
his discharge. 

Chil. of Richard Ostrom and Elizabeth (Hungerford) Whitney. 

V. Charles Ostrom Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 12 Jan. 1845; 
died 20 Feb. 1845, and was buried in the Rfeed Cemetery, Ellisburgh. 

VI. Hannah Elizabeth Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 8 Aug. 
1846; died in Ellisburgh, 13 June 1853, and was buried in the Reed 
Cemetery. 

VII. Dorcas Flavilla Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 9 March 
1848 ; and lived there, with her parents, unmarried, in 1874. 

VIII. Ada Rosavilla Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1850; 
died there, 29 May 1858, and was buried in the Reed Cemetery. 

IX. George Washington Adelbert Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, 
N. Y., 14 May 1856; and lived there, with his parents, in 1874. 



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7053 



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7056 



7057 



7058 



7059 



Chil. of Calvin and Cynthia Sophronia (Whitney) Hall. 

I. Giles Alfred Hall, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 14 July 1842; a painter; 
married at Mannsville, in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1863, by Rev. Welcome 
Arnold, Methodist, to Hannah Maria Woodhouse, whose parents, William 
Cornelius and Caroline (Morgan) Woodhouse, came from London, Eng- 
land, and settled at Redfield, N. Y., where she was born 17 Aug. 1843. 
He enlisted in the Union army 24 Aug. 1863, and was discharged 22 July 
1865. They dwelt in Ellisburgh till 1866; in Rodman, N. Y., till 1870; 
and then settled in Adams Centre, N. Y., where they were living in 1874. 

II. Polly Ceraldine Hall, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1847; a 
dress-maker; was living with her parents, in Ellisburgh, in 1874, un- 
married. 

III. Gertrude Dee Hall, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 3 June 1853; was 
living with her parents, in Ellisburgh, in 1874, unmarried. 



Chil. of Oscar Fitserland and Mary Ann (Whitney) Hathaway. 

I. John Joseph Hathaway, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 10 Dec. 1846; 
died there, 18 July 1848, and was buried in the Reed Cemetery. 

II. Jared William Hathaway, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 16 May 1849; 
a locomotive-engineer ; was living at Lansing, Mich, in 1 874, unmarried. 
He enlisted in the U. S. Navy, at Buffalo, N. Y., 7 July 1864; and was 
discharged at Norfolk, Va., 10 Nov. 1866. 

III. Mary Genevieve Hathaway, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 14 Aug. 
1851; married at Pulaski, N. Y., 19 Feb. 1872, by Rev. William Watson, 
Methodist, to Jared Clary Thorpe, a carpenter and farmer, of Albion, N. Y., 
where he was born in 1850, son of Isaac and Elmira (Clary) Thorpe. She 
died at Albion, 18 March 1874, and was buried there, in Pineville Cemetery. 
He " went west" in the Spring of 1874. 

IV. Joel Allen Hathaway, b. at Ellisburgh, N.Y., 3 July 1853; a 
farmer; lived with his parents, at Albion, N. Y., till the Spring of 1874; 
and then "went west." 

V. Julian Egbert Hathaway, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 8 July 1855; 
lived with his parents, at Albion, N. Y., in 1874. 

VI. James Monroe Hathaway, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 9 Feb. 
1858; lived with his parents, at Albion, N. Y., in 1874. 



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7062 

7063 
7064 



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7066 
7067 



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Child of John Almon and Margaret (Chawgo) Whitney. 
I. Mark Marshall Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1869. 



Chll. of Samuel Green and Harriet Doty (Tower) Whitney. 

I. George Arthur Whitney, b. at Grand Ledge, Mich., 15 May 
1856; and was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 

II. Patty Maria Whitney, b. at Grand Ledge, Mich., 7 Ap. 1857; 
and was living there, with her parents, in 1874. 

III. Eva Arvilla Whitney, b. at Delta, Mich., 15 Aug. 1866. 

IV. Albert Sylvanus Whitney, b. at Delta, Mich., 15 March 1869. 



Chil. of William Alfred and Anna Amanda (Fellows) Whitney. 

I. Grant Charles Whitney, b. at Chicago, 111., 17 Jan. 1869. 

II. Lee John Whitney, b. at Lansing township, Mich., 8 Feb. 1871. 

III. Guy William Whitney, b. at Lansing City, Mich., i March 
1873- 

IV. Santee Fellows Whitney, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 18 May 1876. 



Chll. of Jonathan Hart Jerome and Martha Ann (Bulflnoh) Whitney. 

I. Lucinda Annette Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 28 March 
1842 ; died there, 19 March 1863, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, 
at Roberts Corners, in Henderson. 

II. Erastus Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 1 8 June 1844; enlisted, 
3 May 1861, in Co. G, 35th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; died of typhoid 
fever, at Washington, D. C, 4 Sept. 1861, and was buried there. 

III. Charles Eveland Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 21 Oct 
1848; and was living at Grand Ledge, Mich., in 1874. 



I 121 



2355 



2356 



2357 



2358 



I 122 

7071 

7072 



7073 



7074 



7075 



7076 



7077 



7078 



Eighth Generation. 



IV. Louise Whitney, b. in Henderson, N.Y., 11 July 1853; and was 
living at Grand Ledge, Mich., in 1874. 

V. Clara Huldah Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1858 ; 
and was living at Grand Ledge, Mich., in 1 874. 



Chil. of Truman Orson and Martha (Wood) Whitney. 

I. Elvira Janet Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1841; 
married there, in her father's house, 16 June 1869, by Rev. S. J. Decker, 
Baptist, to Albert Ransom Benedict, a farmer, son of Ransom and Clarinda 
Caroline (Willis) Benedict, 1 of Sangerfield, N. Y., where he was born 28 
Jan. 1844. They were living near Waterville post-office, in Sangerfield, 
in 1874. 

II. Myron Jerome Whitney, b. in Henderson, N.Y., 27 Jan. 1843; a 
farmer; married in her father's house at Henderson, 28 Jan. 1872, by Rev. 
S. J. Decker, Baptist, to Florence White, who was born in Henderson, 28 
Dec. 1852, dau. of Edward and Sarah (Warner) White. They were living 
in Henderson, with his parents, in 1874. He enlisted in Ap. 1861, at 
Belleville, in Ellisburgh, N. Y., in Co. K, 24* Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; 
took part in both battles of Fredericksburgh, and the battles of South 
Mountain and Antietam ; and was discharged at Elmira, N. Y., in June 
1863. 

III. Byron Murray Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1849; 
died there, 27 Aug. 1867, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, in 
Henderson. 

IV. Truman Jay Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 18 Jan. 
and lived there, with his parents, in 1874. 



2359 
14692 



H693 



Chil. of William Riley and Sophronia (Whitney) Nutting. 

I. Alfred Lorenzo Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 27 Sept. 1837; 
married, in July 1859, Permelia Nutting. They were living at Henderson 
in June 1877. 

II. Cordelia Augusta Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 22 May 

i See the Benedict Genealogy, p. 158. 



2360 

1 4694^1 



i 46940 



Whitney Family. 



7079 



7080 



7081 



7082 



7083 



70831. 



7084 



7085 



I 123 



1839; married at Woodville, in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 20 Sept. 1856, Francis 
J. Ramsdell. They were living at Henderson in June 1877. 

III. Hannah Maria Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1840; 
married at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1857, Freeman Hubbard. She died 
25 Sept. 1866, at Mayville, Wis., and was buried there. He was living at 
Wayne, Mich., in June 1877. 

IV. Betsey Alfreda Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 5 Aug. 1844; 
married at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 21 March 1861, Henry Nutting. They were 
living at Henderson in June 1874. 

V. Emma Angelia Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., i July 1848; 
married at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 4 July 1870, Levl MeCrath. They were 
living at Henderson in June 1877. 

VI. Lewis Arthur Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 31 Dec. 1849; 
married there, 3 July 1872, Emma Wells. They were living at Henderson 
in June 1877. 

VII. Truman Orson Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1852; 
married there, 28 July 1871, Olive Nutting, who died at Henderson, 16 
Ap. 1876, and was buried there. He was living at Henderson in June 
1877. 

VIII. Willis Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1853; married 
at Adams, N. Y., 3 Sept. 1876, Mlra Pettlnglll. They were living at 
Henderson in June 1877. 

IX. Manfred Nutting, b. at Henderson, N.Y., 29 Jan. 1857; married 
there, 23 Jan. 1876, Lllia Crltenton. They were living at Henderson in 
June 1877. 



Chll. of Cornelius and Huldah Maria (Whitney) Vorce. 



14694* 



146941, 



14694, 



14695 



14695. 



2361 



I. Herman Alanson Vorce, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1845; '4696 
a farmer ; married at Woodville, N. Y., 9 July 1 868, by Rev. James White, 
Methodist, to Adelaide Luclnda Hicks, dau. of James and Nancy (Boice) 
Hicks, of Henderson. She was born at " Lober," Canada West, 9 July 

1858. They were living at Henderson in Nov. 1874. 

II. Byron Juan Vorce, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 3 March 1850; a 
farmer; married at Henderson Village, 5 July 1871, by Rev. S. J. Decker, 
Baptist, to Cordelia Luclnda Howard, who was born in Henderson, 4 Nov. 



1 124 



7086 



7087 



7088 



7089 



7090 



7091 



7092 



Eighth Generation. 



1847, dau. of Peter and Paulina (Boice) Howard. They were living at 
Henderson in Jan. 1875, without children. 

III. Ellen May Vorce, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 19 May 1853; married 
there, 17 June 1872, by Rev. S. J. Decker, Baptist, to Charles Wells 
Howard, master of a schooner on Lake Ontario, who was born in Hender- 
son, 5 Aug. 1838, son of Peter and Paulina (Boice) Howard. They were 
living at Henderson in Jan. 1875, without children. 

IV. Clara Rogers Vorce, b. in Flora, 111., n June 1857; married in 
Smithville, N. Y., 24 June 1874, by William H. Rice, Esq., to Clarence 
Norman Howard, a sailor, son of Peter and Paulina (Boice) Howard, of 
Henderson, N. Y., where he was born in 1853. They were living at 
Henderson in Jan. 1875. 



Child of Frederick Randall Whitney. 
I. Romeo Frederick Whitney, served in the war of 1861. 



Chil. of Dorville Herbert and Mary Ann (ingalls) Whitney. 



14699 



Chil. of Charles Lewis and Hannah Burnham (Whitney) Ingalls. 

I. Sarah Betsey Ingalls, b. in Concord, Wis., 13 Jan. 1849; died 
there, 29 Aug. 1 849, and was buried in the Central Cemetery. 



2362 



2363 



I. Matilda Adelia Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 19 Dec. 1845 ; ] 14700 
married in Wheatland, Mich., 26 May 1863, by Hiram Lull, justice of the 
peace, to Cornelius Blanchard, a farmer, who was born in Tioga, Penn., 

II Feb. 1807, son of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Kepheart) Blanchard. They 
were living at Sherman, Wis., in Sept. 1874. 

II. Herbert Adelan Whitney, b. in Henderson, N. Y., May 1849; 
was living with his parents, in Sherman, Wis., in Sept. 1874, unmarried. 

III. Charlotte Inez Whitney, b. in Concord, Wis., 31 March 1851; 14701 
married at Beaver Dam, Wis., 9 Nov. 1867, by Rev. S. G. Gates, Baptist, I 

to Edwin Arthur Holmes, a farmer, who was born at Phelps, N. Y., 13 Oct. 
1845, son of Arthur and Sarah (Jennings) Holmes. They settled in Sher- 
man, Wis., and were living there in Sept. 1874. 



2364 



Whitney Family. 



7094 



7095 



7096 



7097 



7098 
7099 



7100 



1 125 



II. Eveline Elizabeth Ingalls, b. in Concord, Wis., 4 Jan. 1851; 14704 
married in Oconomowoc, Wis., 15 May 1867, by Rev. E. J. Montague, 
Congregational, to Henry Lea, a trader, who was born in Berkshire, 
England, 23 Dec. 1841, son of Rev. William and Sarah (House) Lea. He 

came to the United States, with his parents, in May 1849; lived for one 
year in Syracuse, N. Y.; went to Concord, Wis., where he dwelt till 1872; 
then moved to Tomah, Wis., where he resided in 1874, engaged in trade 
with his brother Charles. He enlisted, 24 Dec. 1863, in the I4th Reg., 
N. Y. S. Vol. Heavy Artillery ; took part in the battles of the Wilderness, 
Spottsylvania Court House, North Anna River, and Cold Harbor; and 
was discharged 3 Oct. 1 864. 

Child of Archibald and Hannah Burnham (Whitney) Voroe. 2364 

III. Charles Archibald Vorce, b. in Concord, Wis., 4 Aug. 1858; 
and was living with his parents at Tomah, Wis., in 1874. 



Chll. of Samuel Hungerford and Betsey Alphreda (Whitney) Nutting. 2365 

I. Sarah Annette Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 27 Aug. 1846; 
died at Henderson, I Oct. 1850, and was buried there. 

II. Simon Columbus Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 27 March 
1849; died at Henderson, 14 May 1854, and was buried there. 

III. Mary Melita Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., u June 1854; 14707 
married there, 3 July 1870, Patrick Henry Foley, son of John and Mary 
(McGovern) Foley, of Pierrepont Manor, N. Y. He was born in Canada. 

They settled at Sandy Creek, N. Y., where she died 8 May 1875. She was 
buried in Carpenter's Cemetery, at Henderson. He was the inventor and 
manufacturer of Foley's patent force-pumps ; and was living at Linden- 
ville, N. Y., in Jan. 1876. 

IV. Alvaro C. Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 29 May 1858; died 
at Henderson, 16 Aug. 1859, and was buried there. 

V. William Erastus Nutting, b. at Henderson, N. Y., 24 Aug. 

1861 ; and was living there in Ap. 1875. 



Chil. of Stevenson Edmond and Fanny Ackley (Whitney) Ingalls. 

I. George Edwin Ingalls, b. in Concord, Wis., 13 Sept. 1850; 
married there, 16 Ap. 1873, by Smith Moore, Esq., to Jane Alvlna Carton, 



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7103 


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7104 


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Eighth Generation. 



dau. of Andrew Charles and Catharine Matilda (Green) Garton. They 
settled in Sinclair, Kansas, and were living there in Aug. 1874. 

II. Flora Adelaide Ingalls, b. in Concord, Wis., 24 Aug. 1857; an< 3 
was living with her parents, in Sinclair, Kansas, in 1874. 

III. Sarah Cornelia Ingalls, twin, b. in Concord, Wis., 17 Oct. 
1859; and was living in Columbus, Wis., in 1874. 

IV. Truman Cornelius Ingalls, twin, b. in Concord, Wis., 17 Oct. 
1859; and was living with his parents, in Sinclair, Kansas, in 1874. 



Chil. of Charles and Eveline (Whitney) Sias. 

I. Lucy Sias, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 3 July 1852 ; died there, 5 June 
1856, and was buried in the Carpenter Cemetery. 

II. Frederick Sias, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1857. 

III. Charles Sias, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 9 March 1869. 



Chil. of Cyril Flint and Maria (Lindsley) Snow. 

I. Alida Snow, died when about sixteen years old. 

II. George Snow, b. about 1856; and was living with his parents, at 
Palermo, N. Y., in 1874. 

III. Cora Snow, b. about 1865; and was living with her parents, at 
Palermo, N. Y., in 1874. 



I. 



Chil. of Sylvester and Mary Whitney (Snow) Tyler. 
Tyler, a son, died young. 



II. Lafayette Tyler, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 11 Sept. 1832; a farmer; 
married, in Ellisburgh, Delia Albro. They were living at Ellisburgh in 
-74- 

III. Rosaltha Tyler, b. near Salisbury's Mills, in Henderson, N. Y., 



7"4 
7115 
71 16 



Whitney Family. 



1 127 



7117 

7118 
7119 
7120 
7121 

7122 

7123 
7124 



6 July 1835; married in Watertown, N. Y., 4 July 1852, Richard Place, 

a farmer, who was born in Canada, son of and Susan (Cork) Place. 

They were living in Ellisburgh, N. Y., near Woodville post-office, in 1874. 

IV. William Tyler, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., about 1840; enlisted in 
the 94th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; was killed in the first battle of Bull 
Run, Va., July 1861; and was buried on the field. He was unmarried. 

V. Jane Tyler, died when about one week old. 

VI. Corham Tyler, died when about one year old. 

VII. Prudence Rebecca Tyler, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 23 Sept 14719 
1844; married at Mannsville, in Ellisburgh, 23 Sept. 1860, by John Allen, 

Esq., to Myron Leroy Griffin, a farmer, who was born in Lorraine, N. Y., 
22 Nov. 1840, son of Samuel and Anna 1 (Bumpass) Griffin. They were 
living in Ellisburgh, near Woodville post-office, in 1874. 



Chil. of Daniel Moore and Harriet Ann (Whitney) Snow. 

I. Melissa Snow, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., in 1844; died at Hender- 
son, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1847, a "d was buried there. 

II. Bray ton Snow, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., in 1846. 

III. Mate Snow, b. at Henderson, N. Y., in 1848. 

IV. De Ette Snow, b. at Henderson, N. Y., in 1850. 

V. Emma Snow, b. at Henderson, N. Y., in 1852; married, 25 Feb. 
1872, Irving Chapman, a druggist; and was living at Henderson in 1874. 

VI. Newton Snow, b. at Henderson, N. Y., in 1854; died at Hen- 
derson, 29 May 1870, and was buried there. 

VII. Goodell Snow, b. at Henderson, N. Y., in 1858. 

VIII. Arthur Snow, b. at Henderson, N. Y., in 1861. 

'Anna Bumpass was born in Litchfield, now Bumpass, of Lyme, Conn., and of Francis and 

Winfield, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1803, dau. of Stephanus Anna (Scripture; Putnam, of Cherry Valley and 

and Anna (Putnam) Bumpass. She was grand- Canajoharie, N. Y. 
dau. of Simeon and Experience (Gladwin) 



<2345 



1128 



7125 



7126 



7127 



7128 



7129 



7I3Q 



7'3' 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Jairus Curtis and Martha (Jenks) Snow. 



2372 



I. Mary Adeline Snow, b. in Clinton, N. Y., 19 Dec. 1840; married 14720 
in March 1863, at her father's house in Woodville, in Ellisburgh, N. Y., by 
Rev. Mr. Redfield, Congregational, to Chester Reed, of Ellisburgh, a 
farmer, who was born i Sept. 1831, son of Hosea and Betsey Reed. She 
died in Ellisburgh, 3 Feb. 1872, and was buried in the Ellisburgh Ceme- 
tery. He was living in 1874, at Ellis Village. 



II. Charles Marcus Snow, b. in Ellisburgh Landing, N. Y., 14 Dec. 
1844; a hotel-keeper; married at Woodville, in Ellisburgh, i Jan. 1867, 
Anna Diantha Bogardus, dau. of Rev. Canning Bogardus. They were 
living at Lorraine, N. Y., in 1874. 

III. Frederick Snow, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 20 Sept. 1852; died 
there, 27 July 1853, and was buried in Ellisburgh Cemetery. 



14722 



Chil. of Justus Harvey and Anna Louisa (Snow) Jenks. 2373 

I. John Jay Jenks, b. in Marshall, N. Y., 4 March 1841; died in 
Grass Lake, Mich., 25 March 1860, and was buried there. 

II. Halsey Barnes Jenks, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 23 July 1842; 14724 
a physician and merchant; married in Denton, Mich., 2 Sept. 1868, by 

Rev. Jeremiah Kilpatrick, Episcopal, to Harriet Louisa Denton, dau. of 
Samuel Y. and Maria (Gould) Denton, of Ypsilanti, Mich., where she was 
born II May 1846. He served for eight months in Co. F, 2Oth Reg., 
Mich. Volunteers, in the war of 1861. He grad. in the Medical School of 
the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, in 1870. They dwelt for two 
years in Ypsilanti, Mich.; and then settled in Denton, where they were 
living in Jan. 1875. 



III. Charles Justus Jenks, b. in Marshall, N. Y., 7 July 1845; a 
farmer; married at her father's house in Henderson, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1871, 
by Rev. J. S. Decker, Baptist, to Ella Whitney, who was born in Hender- 
son, 25 Oct. 1849, dau. of George Gale and Sally McNitt (Hawkins) 
Whitney. They dwelt, for a year after marriage, in the city of Jackson, 
Mich.; lived for ten months in Henderson; then settled in Denton, Mich.; 
and from there returned to Jackson, i Sept. 1874. He was, for two years, 
deputy-sheriff in Jackson. 

IV. Nancy Adeline Jenks, b. in Utica, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1846; and 
was living in Jackson, Mich., in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 



14726 
7027 






7133 



7U5 



7136 



7137 



7138 



7139 



7140 



Whitney Family. 

V. Cassius Marcellus Jenks, b. in Marshall, N. Y., 15 Sept. 1849; 

and was living in Jackson, Mich., in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 

VI. Albert Duane Jenks, b. in Grass Lake, Mich., 8 Aug. 1854; 
and was living in Jackson, Mich., in Nov. 1874. 

VII. Frederick De Witt Jenks, b. in Darien, Wis., 3 Feb. 1857; 
died in Grass Lake, Mich., 25 March 1858, and was buried there. 



Chil. of James Van Rensselaer and Cynthia Naomi (Snow) 

Ramsdell. 

I. Ellen C. Ramsdell, b. in Mexico, N. Y., u Feb. 1843; died in 
Ellisburgh, N. Y., 25 Feb. 1844, and was buried in the EFlisburgh Cem- 
etery. 

II. Ellen C. Ramsdell, b. in Mexico, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1845 ; married 
in Pulaski, N. Y., 14 June 1863, by Rev. Joseph H. Land, Methodist, to 
Memo De Alton McLean, a farmer, of Ellisburgh, N. Y., where he was 
born, son of Chester and Lucinda (Stearns) McLean. He died in Ellis- 
burgh, 21 March 1872, and was buried in the Ellisburgh Cemetery. She 
was living in Ellisburgh, without children, in 1874. 

III. Alta Maria Ramsdell, b. in Mexico, N.Y., 8 May 1851; mar- 
ried in Adams, N. Y., Frederick Eugene Hudson, a blacksmith, who was 
born in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 12 July 1853, son of Lucien and Adeline 
(Stearns) Hudson. They were living in Ellis Village in 1874. 

IV. Florence Ramsdell, b. in Kirkland, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1852; mar- 
ried at her father's house in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 12 Nov. 1873, by Elder 
Cheeseman, Methodist, of Belleville, in Ellisburgh, to Peter Huffstater, 
a farmer, who was born in Ellisburgh, 26 March 1851, son of Peter 
and Catharine (Myers) Huffstater. They were living in Ellisburgh 
in 1874. 

V. Harriet Louise Ramsdell, b. in Mexico, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1856; 
died in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 18 Aug. 1862, and was buried in the Ellisburgh 
Cemetery. 

VI. Julia Ramsdell, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 18 Dec. 1860; and was 

living with her parents, in Ellis Village, in 1874. 

142 



I 129 



2374 



14727 



1 1 30 

7141 
7142 

7H3 

7144 

7145 
7146 



7 H7 

7148 

7H9 

7150 



7151 

to 

7156 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Erastus Whitney and Mary Elizabeth (Hewlett) Snow. 

I. Frank Snow, b. in Mexico, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1848 ; a farmer; was living 
in Brooklyn, Mich., in Oct. 1874, unmarried. 

II. Alice Snow, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 29 June 1850; died in 
Brooklyn, Mich., 17 Sept. 1852, and was buried in the Brooklyn Cemetery. 

III. Anna Josephine Snow, b. in Brooklyn, Mich., 23 June 1852; 
married in Adrian, Mich., 17 June 1872, James Shuart, a farmer, son of 
Ezekiel and Phebe (Sissons) Shuart, of Brooklyn. He was born at Clinton, in 
Tecumseh, Mich., 26 June 1853. They were living at Brooklyn in Oct. 1874. 

IV. Ida Aibertine Snow, b. in Brooklyn, Mich., 23 Oct. 1853; and 
was living there in Oct. 1874, unmarried. 

V. Lily Francelia Snow, b. in Brooklyn, Mich., 3 Dec. 1854; and 
was living there in Oct. 1874, unmarried. 

VI. Nettie Isadore Snow, b. in Brooklyn, Mich., 23 May 1861; and 
was living there in Oct. 1874. 



Chil. of Albert Henry and Betsey Corham (Snow) Fuller. 

I. Ida Fedora Fuller, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 19 March 1849; married 
in Mexico, N. Y., 5 Dec. 1866, Lewis Hollister, of Ellisburgh, a sailor, son 
of Charles and Pluma (Lewis) Hollister. They were living at Ellisburgh 
in 1874. 

II. Mary Ada Fuller, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1855 ; married 
there, i Aug. 1875, by Elder Walker, of Adams, N. Y., to Alva Wood, son 
of Stephen Wood, of Ellisburgh. 

III. Henry Dee Fuller, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 6 Nov. 1858 ; and was 
living with his parents, near Woodville, in Ellisburgh, in 1 874. 

IV. Snow Fuller, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 19 March 1862; and died 
on the same day. 



2375 



14728 



Chil. of William and Catharine Priscilla (Snow) Hosmer. 

I. to VI. Six children, of whom nothing has been ascertained but the 
fact that the first and sixth were dead before 1874. 



2376 



14729 



2377 



7157 



/i6o 
7161 
7162 

7163 
7164 
7165 

7166 
7167 



7168 



7169 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Ferdon and Susan Emeline (Snow) Sprague. 

I. Mabel Sprague, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 11 Sept. 1861; and was 
living with her parents, in the village of Henderson, in 1874. 

II. Anna Marcia Sprague, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1863; 
and was living with her parents, in the village of Henderson, in 1874. 



Chil. of William Henry and Emma (Clayson) Whitney. 

I. Fanny Maria Whitney, b. at Cleveland, in Constantia, N. Y., 26 
May 1853 ; married, 5 Sept. 1871, Eugene Burst. They settled at Ithaca, 
N. Y., and moved from there, 15 Nov. 1874, to Cleveland. 

II. William Henry Whitney, b. at Cleveland, N. Y., i Oct. 1855. 

III. Louise Whitney, b. at Cleveland, N. Y., 14 Nov. 1857. 

IV. Charles Whitney, b. at Cleveland, N. Y., 22 Nov. 1859. 

V. Emma Whitney, b. at Cleveland, N. Y., 12 Oct. 1861. 

VI. Sarah Whitney, b. at Cleveland, N. Y., 25 May 1864. 

VII. Harriet Whitney, b. at Cleveland, N. Y., 8 June 1866; died at 
Cleveland, 27 March 1867, and was buried there. 

VIII. Harriet Frank Whitney, b. at Cleveland, N. Y., 22 Sept 1868. 

IX. Neva Whitney, b. at Cleveland, N. Y., 27 Sept 1872. 

Child of A. F. and Louisa Jane (Whitney) Tipton. 
I. Schuyler Colfax Tipton. 

Chil. of Henry Augustus and Sarah Luoinda (Flnney) Butters. 

I. Sarah Butters, b. in Haverhill, Mass., 8 Feb. 1845 ; died there, 27 
Oct. 1 847, and was buried in Linwood Cemetery. 



H3' 



2386 
14730 



2389 



239 



1 132 


Right h Generation. 




7170 
7171 

7172 

7173 
7174 


II. Mary Alice Butters, b. in Haverhill, Mass., 21 Ap. 1849; and 
was living with her parents, in San Francisco, Cal., in 1874. 

III. Henry Augustus Butters, b. in Haverhill, Mass., 21 Sept. 1850; 
and was living with his parents, in San Francisco, Cal., in 1874; an agent 
for insurance. 

IV. Celestine Butters, b. in Haverhill, Mass., 22 Oct. 1852; married 
in San Francisco, Cal., 30 Sept. 1871, Stephen Dudley Field, an electrician, 
of San Francisco, born in Stockbridge, Mass., 31 Jan. 1846, son of Hon. 
Jonathan Edwards and Mary Ann (Stuart) Field. ' They were living at 
San Francisco in 1874. 



V. Charles Butters, b. in Haverhill, Mass., 10 Aug. 1854; and was 
living with his parents, in San Francisco, Cal., in 1874. 

VI. Nelly Coe Butters, b. in Haverhill, Mass., 14 July 1857; died 
there, 21 Sept. 1862, and was buried in Lin wood Cemetery. 


I473I 


7175 
7176 


Chil. of Rector Elisha and Mary Philanda (Finney) Cole. 

I. Mary Clarissa Cole, b. in San Francisco, Cal., 31 May 1852 ; died 
there, 24 July 1853, and was buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

II. Catharine Elizabeth Cole, b. in San Francisco, Cal., 30 May 
1854; and was living with her parents, in Oakland, Cal., in 1874. 


2392 


7177 

7178 

7179 
7180 
7181 

7182 


27 Ap. 1856, and was buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Cal. 

IV. William Rector Cole, b. in San Francisco, Cal., 26 Ap. 1857; 
and was living with his parents, in Oakland, Cal., in 1874. 

V. Charles Finney Cole, b. in Oakland, Cal., 13 May 1860. 
VI. Henry Merriman Cole, b. in Oakland, Cal., 30 July 1862. 

VII. Edward Augustus Cole, b. in Oakland, Cal., 22 July 1864 ; 
died there, 25 Dec. 1864, and was buried in Mountain View Cemetery. 

VIII. Lillie Clarissa Cole, b. in Oakland, Cal., 23 Aug. 1866. 

1 See the Field Genealogy, p. 71. 





7184 



7185 



7186 



1 7187 



7188 



7189 



7190 



7191 
7192 



7193 
7194 



Whitney Family. 



Chll. of James Porter and Ann Eliza (Flnney) Brown. 

I. Eliza Porter Brown, b. in Haverhill, Mass., 6 Sept. 1846; a teacher 
of vocal music, in the public schools of Oakland, Cal., where she was living 
with her parents, in Sept. 1874. 

II. Emma Faustina Brown, b. in Milltown, St. Stephen's, New Bruns- 
wick, 22 Ap. 1851; a teacher in a public school of San Francisco, Cal.; 
and was living with her parents in Oakland, Cal., in Sept. 1874. 

III. Mary Elizabeth Brown, b. in Milltown, St. Stephen's, New 
Brunswick, 23 Oct. 1856; was living with her parents, in Oakland, Cal., in 
Sept. 1874. 



Chll. of Thomas and Lydla Elizabeth (Flnney) Clhon. 

I. George Mutton Gihon, b. at Napa City, Cal., 22 Ap. 1859; and 
was living with his parents, at San Francisco, Cal., in 1874. 

II. Edward Gihon, b. at San Francisco, Cal., 29 June 1863; died 
there, 26 Sept. 1864, and was buried in Lone Mountain Cemetery. 

III. Herbert Toland Gihon, b. at San Francisco, Cal., 7 July 1869; 
and was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 



Chll. of Aaron and Theresa Maria (Barker) Courtrlght. 

I. William Courtright, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 3 July 1854; and 
was living there in Jan. 1875. 

II. Wilber Courtright, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 10 Feb. 1856; 
died 27 Nov. 1857, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Grand Rapids. 

III. Catharine Courtright, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 3 Sept 1859. 

IV. Stephen Douglas Courtright, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 22 
Ap. 1861. 

V. Nelly Courtright, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 12 Sept 1863. 

VI. Franklin Courtright, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 9 Aug. 1866. 



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34 



7195 



7196 

7197 
7198 



7199 

and 
720O 



72OI 

7202 
7203 



7204 



7205 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of James Henry and Mary (Maxted) Whitney. 

I. William M. Whitney, b. about 1856; and was living at Brookfield, 
N.Y., in 1874. 



Chil. of Joseph and Sarah Jane (Carman) Whitney. 

I. Catharine Jane Whitney, b. at New York Mills, N. Y., 20 July 
1864. 

II. Mary Ann Whitney, b. at New York Mills, N. Y, 18 Ap. 1868. 

III. John Edward Whitney, b. at New York Mills, N. Y, 18 Ap. 
1873. 



Chil. of William and Eleanor (Whitney) Smith. 

I. and II. Twin children. One died at birth ; the other lived for three 
years and five months. Names, dates, and sex, not reported. 



Chil. of William and Isabella (Whitney) Rittenour. 

I. Margaret Isabella Rittenour, b. about 1864; and was living at 
New York Mills, N. Y, in 1874. 



II. 
III. 



Rittenour. 
- Rittenour. 



Child of John Marhall and Elizabeth Jane (Barnes) Whitney. 

I. Eleanor Jane Whitney, b. at New York Mills, N. Y., 8 Aug. 1867; 
died at New York Mills, 4 March 1 868, and was buried there. 

Child of John Marshall and Mary Ellen (Simmons) Whitney. 

II. Albert Whitney, b. at New York Mills, N. Y., i March 1874; died 
i March 1 874, and was buried at New York Mills. 



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2404 



2405 



2407 



2408 



2408 



7206 

7207 
7208 



7209 

7210 
721 1 



7212 
7213 



7214 



7215 



Whitney Family. 

Chil. of William Arthur and Abigail Arabel (Fuller) Whitney. 

I. Alice Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 24 June 1850; died in 
Newport, N. Y., 30 Jan. 1859, and was buried there. 

II. Charles Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 20 Oct. 1852. 

III. Malachi Whitney, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 12 Nov. 1854. 



Child of George Ashby and Rebecca (Hendrickson) Whitney. 

I. Agnes Emma Whitney, b. in Green Point, Brooklyn, N. Y., 17 
Oct. 1854. 

Chil. of George Ashby and Angelina J. (Rice) Whitney. 

II. George Ashby Whitney, b. in Clay township, Ohio, 7 Feb. 
1863. 

III. Coralin Ida Whitney, b. in Clay township, Ohio, 10 Ap. 1869. 



Chil. of Charles Smith and Mary Melissa (Whitney) Jenks. 

I. John Chauncey Jenks, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 29 Aug. 1856; 
died in Deansville, N. Y., 4 May 1860, and was buried there. 

II. Charles Otis Jenks, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., i Ap. 1858 ; and was 
living with his parents, in Jackson, Mich., in 1874. 



Chil. of Jonathan and Clarissa (Gregory) Rockwell. 



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2410 



2410 



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2418 



I. Charles Rockwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 10 Dec. 1820; a; 14732 
freight-agent of the New York and New Haven Railroad ; married at 
Southport, Conn., 16 Oct. 1848, Jerusha Robinson, dau. of Capt. Robinson, 

of Southport. They were living at Southport in Dec. 1876. 

II. Francis Rockwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 18 July 1824; a; U733 
joiner; married in 1849, at Birmingham, Conn., Martha Tucker, of the 

same place. They settled at Birmingham, where he died 31 May 1855. 



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7222 

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7224 

7225 



Right li Generation. 



She married (2d), Charles Lowrie, of Birmingham, and was living there in 
Dec. 1876. 

7216 III. George Rockwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 29 June 1826; a 14735 
\ house-builder ; married in 1854, at Seymour, Conn., Emily Lake. He 
afterward married, in 1859, at New Haven, Conn. They settled in New 
Haven, and were living there in Dec. 1876. 



IV. Betsey Rockwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 15 Ap. 1828; married 14736 ' 
there, 4 Nov. 1 849, Joseph Tucker, brother of her brother Francis' wife. 

They settled at Huntington, Conn., and were living there in Dec. 1876. 

V. Jane Rockwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 12 Aug. 1830; married 
there, in Nov. 1856, Matthew Seymour, a shoe-cutter, son of William and 
Harriet (Betts) Seymour, of Ridgefield. They settled at Brooklyn, N. Y., 
and were living there in June 1873, without children. They dwelt at South 
Norwalk, Conn., in Dec. 1876. 

VI. Mary Ann Rockwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 Sept. 1832; 14738 
married, 22 Nov. 1856, David Edwin Burr, born at Reading, Conn., son of 
David and Betsey (Taylor) Burr. They settled at Danbury, Conn., and 

were living there in Dec. 1876. 



VII. William Henry Rockwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 14 Oct. 
1834; a manufacturer of waggon springs and axles; married at Bridgeport, 
Conn., 2 Dec. 1862, Mary Elizabeth Birdsey, dau. of Ezekiel Birdsey, of 
Bridgeport, where she was born. They were living at Bridgeport in Dec. 
1876. 



Child of Samuel and 



(Palmer) Rockwell. 



'4739 



I. Sarah Ann Rockwell, married Hiram Keeler, of Ridgebury, Conn.; 
and " moved west." 



Chil. of Samuel and 



(Smith) Rockwell. 



II. William Henry Rockwell, went to California; residence unknown. 

III. George Rockwell, was living at Mount Vernon, N. Y., in Dec. 
1876. 

IV. John Rockwell, was living at New York City, in Dec. 1876; 
married. 



V. - 

N. Y. 



Rockwell, a dau., married and settled at White Plains, 



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2419 



7226 



7227 



7228 



7229 



7230 



7231 



7232 



Whitney Family. 



Chll. of Charles Smith and Rachel (Smith) Hyatt. 

I. Jane Ann Hyatt, b. at North Salem, N. Y. ( 20 Sept. 1821- mar- 
ried at Fennor, N. Y. ( 5 June 1845, by Rev. J. B. Pixley, Baptist, to John 
Wilson, a farmer, born at Utica, N. Y., 7 July 1816, son of Thomas and 
Mary Ann (Evans) Wilson. They settled at Fenner, and were living 
there in Jan. 1875. 

II. Smith Keeler Hyatt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 Aug. 1824; a 
farmer; married at Fenner, N. Y., 11 Sept. 1849, by Rev. J. Holmes, 
Methodist, to Clarinda Woodworth, dau. of George and Delia (Baldwin] 
Woodworth, of Fenner, where she was born 28 Ap. 1830. They settled al 
Fenner, and were living there in Jan. 1875. 

III. John Hays Hyatt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 16 Ap. 1827; a farmer; 
married at Fenner, N. Y., 20 Sept. 1854, by Rev. D. W. Bristol, Methodist, 
to Frances Woodworth, dau. of George and Delia (Baldwin) Woodworth, 
of Fenner, where she was born 30 July 1833. They settled at Fenner, 
and were living there in Jan. 1875. 

IV. Mary Elizabeth Hyatt, b. at Fenner, N.Y., 3 Jan. 1835; married 
there, 20 May 1858, by Rev. William Clark, Baptist, to Charles Emm us 
Allen, a farmer, son of John Metcalf and Betsey (May) Allen, of Fenner, 
where he was born 24 Ap. 1832. They settled at Fenner, and were living 
there in Jan. 1875. 

V. Charles Smith Hyatt, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 30 March 1837; a 
farmer; married at Cazenovia, N. Y., 18 Feb. 1863, by Rev. Edward G. 
Andrews, Methodist, to Sarah Amelia Knapp, dau. of Augustus Hawley 
and Emily Sarah (Caswell) Knapp, of Cazenovia. She was born at 
Penfield, N. Y. They settled at Fenner, and were living there in Jan. 
1875. 

VI. Helen Mar Hyatt, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 15 Nov. 1840; married 
there, 15 March 1871, by Rev. Eli M. Barber, Baptist, to Somers Hill, son 
of Stephen and Ammarette (Hess) Hill, of Fenner, where he was born 18 
Nov. 1838. They settled at Peterborough, N. Y., and were living there 
in Jan. 1875, without children. 



Chil. of Orvllle and Caroline (Smith) Raymond. 

I. John Wesley Raymond, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 20 June 1835; 
married at Genoa, Wis., 13 Dec. 1858, Sarah Jayne, dau. of Silas Carter 

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7233 



7234 



7235 



7236 



7237 



7238 



7239 



Eighth Generation. 



and Mary (Benedict) Jayne. They settled at Wheeler, and were living 
there in Jan. 1875. 

II. Nehemiah Smith Raymond, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., i Jan. 1837; 
married at Friendship, N. Y., 12 Oct. 1862, Amanda Ophelia Lanphear, 
dau. of Avery and Huldah (Younglove) Lanphear. They settled at 
Wheeler, and were living there in Jan. 1875, without children. 

III. Harriet Cornelia Raymond, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 20 Oct. 

1838 ; and was living there in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 

IV. Mary Raymond, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1840; died at 
Wheeler, 3 Ap. 1851, and was buried there. 

V. Amasa Church Raymond, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 5 Aug. 1843; 14758 
a farmer; married at Richland, N. Y., 2 Dec. 1868, by Rev. Charles Otto 
Taylor, Seventh Day Adventist, to Emily Theresa Robinson, dau. of Albert 
Hiram and Lauretta Abigail (More) Robinson, of Richland. She was born 

at Sandy Creek, N. Y., 30 Sept. 1848. They dwelt with his father, at 
Wheeler, till 12 March 1871; and then moved to Richland, where they 
were living in Aug. 1875. 



Chil. of Walter Keeler and Emily (Stebbins) Smith. 2426 

I. Henry Hazard Smith, b. at Nelson Flats, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1834; a 14760 
manufacturer of sashes, blinds and doors ; married at Newark, N. J., i Jan. 

*857, by Rev. Benjamin H. Williams, to Anna Louisa Francisco, dau. of 
Henry and Mary (Joralemon) Francisco, of Newark, where she was born 
30 Sept. 1837. They dwelt at Newark for two years ; at Cazenovia, N. Y., 
six and a half years; moved, in Ap. 1865, to Illinois; and were living at 
Lincoln, 111., in Aug. 1875. 

II. Rinaldo Augustus Smith, b. at Nelson Flats, N. Y., 14 Oct. 14763 
1837; a carpenter; married at Nelson, N. Y., 7 Dec. 1865, Elizabeth Ann 
Evans, dau. of John Evans, of Nelson, where she was born 26 Jan. 1837. 
They were living at Cazenovia, N. Y., in Aug. 1875. 

III. Josephine Emily Smith, b. in Mulberry Street, Newark, N. J., 14766 
10 March 1850; married at Fenner, N. Y., 18 Oct. 1871, by Rev. F. H. 
Stanton, Methodist, assisted by Rev. Eli Barber, Baptist, to Judson Embury 
Elden, a mechanical engineer, son of George and Sabra (Stanton) Elden, 

of Camden, N. Y., where he was born 15 May 1849. They dwelt at 
Camden till Feb. 1874; and then moved to Geddes, N. Y., where they 
were living in Jan. 1875. 



Whitney Family. 

Chll. of Perry Hazard and Mary Ann (Fish) Smith. 

7240 I. Perry Hazard Smith, b. at 7 Christopher Street, New York City, 
I Feb. 1843 ! ar >d was living at Hessville, Ind., in July 1876, unmarried. 

7241 II. James Henry Smith, b. at Manchester, 111., 10 Aug. 1845; a 
dealer in boots and shoes; married at 147 South Clark Street, Chicago, 
111., 3 Oct. 1867, Dora Bielefeldt, dau. of Caspar and Sophia (Grouse) 
Bielefeldt, of Desplaines, 111., formerly of Rustach, Germany, where she 

| was born 28 May 1849. They settled at Chicago, and were living there in 
'July 1876. 

7242 III. Mary Louisa Smith, b. at the corner of Lincoln and Lake 
Streets, Chicago, 111., I Dec. 1847; married at 236 East Randolph Street, 
Chicago, 1 6 July 1866, Anthony Henry Charlotte, an accountant, son of 
Thomas Bryant and Penelope Eleanor (Cole) Charlette, of Racine, Wis., 
formerly of Jamestown, in the Island of St. Helena, where he was born 5 
Dec. 1842. They settled in Chicago, and were living there in July 1876; 
address, 730 Carroll Street. 

7243 IV. Rachel Caroline Smith, b. at 125 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111., 
23 June 1 849 ; and was living at 336 West Indiana Street, Chicago, in July 

i 1876, unmarried. 



7244 
7245 






7246 
7247 



7248 



Chll. of Chester Smith and Mary Ann (Smith) Bates. 

I. Harriet Florence Bates, b. at Nelson, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1843 ; died 
at Hamilton, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1859, and was buried at Cazenovia, N. Y. 

II. Catharine Gertrude Bates, b. at Cazenovia, N. Y., 13 Feb. 
1855 ; died at Cazenovia, 21 March 1856, and was buried there. 

III. George Emilius Bates, b. at Cazenovia, N. Y., 3 Dec. 1857. 

IV. John Edward Bates, b. at Cazenovia, N. Y., 12 Feb. 1865 ; died 
at Cazenovia, 26 Sept. 1865, and was buried there. 



Chll. of Theodore and Harriet Louisa (Smith) Mead. 



H39 



2427 



14767 



14769 



2428 



2429 



I. Josephine Hortense Mead, b. at Nelson, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1848; I477 2 
married at Perryville, N. Y., 30 May 1871, Llewellyn Walworth Paddock, 



1 140 



Eighth Generation. 



7249 



7250 
7251 
7252 



7253 



7254 



7255 



7256 



a farmer, son of David and Amy (Fitch) Paddock, of Huron, N. Y., where 
he was born 9 May 1849. He died from inflammation of the stomach, 15 
Jan. 1876. 

II. Benjamin Rush Mead, b. at Nelson, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1850; a 
physician and surgeon ; grad. in the medical department of the University 
of the City of New York, Feb. 1873 ; married at Perryville, N. Y., 28 Oct. 
1874, Ida Biakslee, dau. of Garrett and Charlotte (Snell) Blakslee, of 
Perryville, where she was born 22 Sept. 1854. They settled at Perryville, 
and were living there in Sept. 1876. 

III. Napoleon Bonaparte Mead, b. at Perryville, N. Y., 22 Feb. 
1852 ; died of albuminuria, 12 March 1876, at Cazenovia, N. Y. 

IV. Harriet Bell Mead, b. at Perryville, N. Y., i March 1862; died 
at Perryville, 3 1 Dec. 1 862, and was buried there. 

V. Lula Bell Mead, b. at Perryville, N. Y., 3 Nov. 1864; died at 
Perryville, 10 Feb. 1866, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Benjamin and Arabella (Smith) Myrtle. 

I. Arabella Myrtle, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 16 Aug. 1842; married, 
IO Oct. 1871, by Rev. James Stoddard, Episcopal, to Charles Lardner 
Stoddard, a physician, who was born at Buffalo, N. Y., 12 May 1837, son 
of William and Margaret (Lardner) Stoddard, from Glasgow, Scotland. 
They were living at Whitewater, Wis., in Aug. 1875. 

II. Martin Van Buren Myrtle, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 25 March 1847; 
married in the First Presbyterian Church at Hammondsport, N. Y., 28 Oct. 
1873, by Rev. J. B. Grier, to Matty S. Middaugh, dau. of Chester and 
Susan (Refass) Middaugh. They were living at Wellsborough, Penn., in 
Aug. 1875. 

III. Margaret Myrtle, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1849; married, 
17 Sept. 1868, by Rev. A. F. Morey, Methodist Episcopal, to Hoyt 
Younglove, son of T. M. and Matilda (Hoyt) Younglove. They were 
living at Hammondsport, N. Y., in Aug. 1875. 

IV. Philip Frederick Myrtle, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., i June 1851; 
died at Wheeler, 18 March 1853, and was buried there. 



H773 



2438 



H774 



14775 



14776 



7257 

7258 

7259 
7260 



I 



7261 



7262 



7263 



7264 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Edmund Perlee and Melinda (Kellogg) Smith. 

I. Keziah Smith, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1843; married at 
Orange, N. Y., 26 Sept. 1872, George Romalne Norton, a farmer, born 

at Orange, son of James and (Herring) Horton. They were living 

at Orange in Sept. 1875, without children. 

II. Jay Kellogg Smith, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 8 Feb. 1846; a lawyer; 
was living at Prattsburgh, N. Y., in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

III. Gertrude Smith, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1851 ; was living 
at Orange, N. Y., with her father, in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

IV. Frank Eugene Smith, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 21 Dec. 1853 ; was 
living with his father, at Orange, N. Y., in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 



Child of Isaac and Margaret (Smith) Vermllyea. 

I. Herbert Smith Vermilyea, b. at Prattsburgh, N. Y., 31 March 
1851; married at Port Gibson, N. Y., 6 Nov. 1873, by Rev. Charles H. 
Wright, Methodist, to Adeline Luolnda Caskey, born at Canadice, N. Y., 
22 July 1850, dau. of Alva and Maria Regina (Clark) Caskey. They were 
living at Dresden, N. Y., in Aug. 1875. 



Chil. of Erastus and Mary Ann (Smith) Rose. 

I. Helen Mar Rose, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 3 Oct. 1843; married there, 
8 Jan. 1 868, Richard M. Thompson, a farmer, son of Daniel D. and Mercy 
Jane (Derick) Thompson, of Wheeler, where he was born 16 Oct 1842. 
They settled at Wheeler, and were living there in Aug. 1 876. 

II. Smith Keeler Rose, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1847 ; a farmer 
and teacher; married at Dundee, N. Y., 26 Jan. 1870, Esther Alemny 
Taylor, dau. of John Wesley and Janet (Scott) Taylor, of Wheeler, where 
she was born 16 July 1850. They settled at Prattsburgh, N. Y., in Dec. 
1873, and were still living there in Oct. 1875. 

III. Lelia Dell Rose, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 20 June 1850; died 15 
June 1859. 



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2440 



2441 
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14781 



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Eighth Generation. 



IV. Mary Eva Rose, b. at Wheeler, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1858; and was 
living there in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of James Benedict and Caroline (Wooden) Scott. 

I. Mary Grace Smith Scott, b. at Waterford, N. Y., 22 Ap. 1839; 
died 1 3 Dec. 1 842, at Waterford, and was buried there, in the Rural Cem- 



2442 



2444 



Chil. of Andrew Knox and Hannah Manila (Phelps) Smith. 

I. Netty Smith, b. at Prattsburgh, N. Y., 12 Aug. 1863. 

II. Chauncey Perlee Smith, b. at Prattsbugh, N. Y., 7 June 1866. 

Child of Moses Smith and Harriet (Brewster) Scott. 

I. Sarah Cecilia Scott, b. at Waterford, N. Y., 31 May 1832; mar- 
ried at Milwaukee, Wis., 31 Jan. 1858, Edward C. Durant, cashier of the 
City Bank of Kenosha, Wis. She died in child-bed, 21 Feb. 1859, at 
Kenosha, and was buried there. He was living at Racine, Wis., in June 

Chil. of Moses Smith and Harriet (Brand) Scott. 

II. Thomas Scott, b. at Waterford, N. Y., 27 May 1838; died 29 
Aug. 1856, at Milwaukee, Wis., and was buried there, in Forest Home 



III. William Brand Scott, b. at Waterford, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1842; a 
bookseller; was living at 521 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis., in June 1877, 



IV. Charles Albert Scott, b. at Waterford, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1850 ; mar- 14783 
ried 5 Aug. 1873, at Cincinnati, Ohio, Eleanor Moore, dau. of Joseph T. 
and Harriet (Eaton) Moore. She was born at Montgomery, Ala., 6 Ap. 
1850. They were living at 521 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis., in June 1877. 
His name has been legally changed to Albert Charles Scott. 



2444 



2445 






7269 



7270 



72/1 



7272 



7273 



Whitney Family. 



7274 II. William Hayden, lived at Chicago, 111., in June 1877. 

7275 III. Harvey Smith Hayden, lived at Chicago, 111., in Sept. 1874. 

7276 IV. George Richards Hayden, served in the war of 1861; was 



II. Gertrude Ann Scott, b. at Watcrford, N. Y., 14 Oct 1842; died 
5 Jan. 1846, at Watcrford, and was buried there, in the Rural Cemetery. 

III. Caroline Wooden Scott, b. at Waterford, N. Y., 12 Feb. 1845; 
married there, 3 May 1863, by Rev. Andrew Beveridge, pastor of the 
Presbyterian Church at Lansingburgh, N. Y., to Theodore Webster Bradley 
Gilbert, a farmer, son of Timothy Amos and Louisa Lament (Ives) Gilbert, 
of North Branford, Conn. He was born at Newark Valley, N. Y., 16 Dec. 
1844. They settled at North Branford; dwelt at Waterford, N. Y., in 
1865; then returned to North Branford; and were living there in fan 
1875- 



Chil. of Harvey Belden and Mary Lytle (MoKallor) Scott. 

I. Caroline Spencer Scott, b. at Waterford, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1837; 
married there, 19 Jan. 1859, by Rev. Lewis H. Lee, Presbyterian, to 
Charles Knickerbocker, an engraver, who was born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
24 Aug. 1834, son of Samuel and Mary (Thayer) Knickerbocker. He 
followed his profession at Albany, N. Y., from 1850 till 1862 ; then settled 
at Chicago, 111., where he established the Western Engraving and Bank 
Note Co., of which he was secretary till May 1872; died at Denver, 
Colorado, I Oct. 1873, and was buried in Waterford Rural Cemetery. She 
was living at Waterford in Dec. 1874. 

II. Theodore Lewis Scott, b. at Waterford, N. Y., 19 March 1842 ; 
grad. at Union College in 1862; married, 9 Feb. 1869, at her father's 
house, 120 James Street, Syracuse, N. Y., by Rev. S. B. Canfield, D.D., 
Presbyterian, to Elizabeth Bell Chllds, who was born at Syracuse, 29 Oct 
1 840, dau. of Noadiah Moody and Martha (Brewer) Childs. They were 
living at Albany, N. Y., in Dec. 1 874, he being assistant-cashier in the 
National Albany Exchange Bank. 



Chil. of William and Mary (Scott) Hayden. 
I. Thomas Scott Hayden, lived at Chicago, 111., in June 1877. 



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2446 
14786 



14787 



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Eighth Generation. 



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7278 
7279 

7280 



7281 



7282 



7283 



7285 



auditor of the Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad Co. in June 1877, and 
resided at Milwaukee, Wis. 

V. Charles Harvey Hayden, lived at Milwaukee, Wis., in Sept. 1874. 

VI. Mary Scott Hayden, lived at Milwaukee, Wis., in Sept. 1874. 

VII. Anna Seymour Hayden, married Daniel Newhall, a com- 
mission-merchant; and lived at Buffalo, N. Y., in June 1877. 

VIII. Frederick Smith Hayden, grad. at Yale College in 1869; 
S. T. B., same college, in 1873; a clergyman ; lived at Angelica, N. Y., in 
Sept. 1874. 



Child of Elijah and Ann (Scott) House. 

I. Elijah Scott House, b. in Waterford, N. Y., 15 March 1837; a 
manufacturer; married, 16 Ap. 1862, in Troy, N. Y., by Rev. A. B. 
Bullions, Presbyterian, to Harriet Elizabeth Carpenter, dau. of Ephraim 
and Elizabeth (Filkins) Carpenter, of Troy, where she was born in 1841. 
They have lived in Waterford, in Troy, and in New York City; and were 
dwelling at 345 West Fourteenth Street, New York, in Dec. 1874. 

Chil. of William T. and Ann (Scott) Seymour. 



2450 



14788 



2450 



II. Mary Hayden Seymour, b. in Waterford, N. Y., 20 March 1842; ; 14791 
married 3 June 1868, in Troy, N. Y., by Rev. Arthur T. Pierson, Presby- 
terian, to James Woodruff Blake, a manufacturer of perfumes, son of James 
Robert and Elizabeth (Woodruff) Blake, of Waterford, where he was born 

12 June 1842. They settled in Waterford; moved to Brooklyn, N. Y., in 
Oct. 1871; and were living there, at 776 Lincoln Place, in Dec. 1874, his 
business being at 144 Chambers Street, New York. 

III. Harriet Seymour, b. in Waterford, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1843; died 
there, at 35 South Street, 31 Oct. 1874, unmarried; and was buried in 
Waterford. 



7284 IV. Sarah Elizabeth Seymour, b. in Waterford, N. Y., 26 Nov. 
1847; died 17 July 1849, in Waterford, and was buried there. 



V. William Thomas Seymour, b. in Waterford, N. Y., 30 Jan. 

1851; died 24 Jan. 1852, in Waterford, and was buried there. 






Whitney Family. 



"45 



7286 VI. Harvey Belden Seymour, b. in Waterford, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1854 
a clerk at 141 Chambers Street, New York City; was living at 776 Lincoln 
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y., in Dec. 1874. 



Chil. of Edwin Collins and Marietta (Jarvls) Sear*. 

7287 I. Clara Maria Sears, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 4 Feb. 1836; married 
there, 22 Dec. 1852, John Canfleld, son of Rufus and Polly (Northrop) 
Canfield. See his record. 

7288 II. Jane Eliza Sears, b. at Reading, Conn., 25 Ap. 1838. 

7289 III. Mary Ann Sears, b. at Sharon, Conn., 15 Jan. 1841. 

Child of George and Sarah (Gregory) Sears. 

7290 I. George Sears, was living at Bridgeport, Conn., in Ap. 1877. 
There are others in this household, whose names have not been obtained. 



Child of Samuel S. and Mary Ann (Smith) Olmstead. 

7291 I Christopher Smith Olmstead, served in the war of 1861. 

Chil. of Henry and Mary Ann (Burt) Smith. 

7292 I. Cynthia Jane Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 20 Dec. 1840; mar- 
ried, 1 6 Dec. 1862, in Benton, N. Y., by Rev. T. F. Wardwell, Episcopal, to 
Edwin Ruthven McMaster, a farmer, son of James William and Jemima 
(Height) McMaster, of Benton, where he was born 26 Sept. 1 827. They 
settled in Benton, and were living there in Oct. 1874. 



7293 



II. John Edgar Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 6 Aug. 1842; a 
banker; married, 12 June 1867, in Cambridge, N. Y., Mary Abigail Norton, 
dau. of George Fisher and Esther Ann (Russell) Norton, of Cambridge. 
She was born in Fort Covington, N. Y., 15 Dec. 1846. They dwelt in 
Cambridge, where he was cashier of the Cambridge National Bank, till 26 



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5596 



2453 



2454 



2455 

'4793 



14795 



1 146 



7294 



7295 



7296 



7297 



7298 



7299 



7300 



Righth Generation. 



Aug. 1872; then moved to Beatrice, Nebraska, where they were living in 
March 1875 he and his brother, Samuel Cooke Smith, being engaged in 
banking under the firm-name of Smith Brothers. 

III. Charles Henry Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 10 Sept. 1844; 
graduated at Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y., as valedictorian of his class, 
in July 1 870 ; graduated at the General Theological Seminary, in New 
York, 27 June 1873; was ordained deacon in the Prot. Epis. Church, by 
Bishop Coxe, at Calvary Church, New York, 29 June 1873; settled in 
Buffalo, N. Y., and was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Coxe, at St. 
Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo, 31 July 1874; and was living at 71 Niagara 
Street, Buffalo, in Oct. 1874, unmarried. - 

IV. Samuel Cooke Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 18 June 1846; a 
banker ; was a member of the firm of Smith Brothers, with his brother 
John, in Beatrice, Nebraska, in March 1875 ; unmarried. 



Chil. of Charles and Elizabeth (Northrop) Smith. 

I. Augusta Elizabeth Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 25 May 1845; 
died there, 21 Feb. 1853, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

II. Philip Northrop Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 3 March 1850; 
a salesman ; was living in South Norwalk, Conn., in Sept. 1874, unmarried. 

III. Arthur Whitney Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., i Ap. 1856; 
and was living there, with his parents, in Sept. 1 874. 



52456 
(5171 



2457 



Chil. of James Butler and Eliza (Sanford) Smith. 

I. Mary Virginia Smith, b. in Cleveland, Ohio, u Aug. 1838; and 
was living with her grandmother, Mrs. Lois (Butler) Smith, at Ridgefield, 
Conn., in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 

i 

II. Sarah Eliza Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 13 June 1840; mar- | 14797 
ried there, 1 1 July 1862, Julien Sylvester Main, a clerk, who was born in 
Ridgefield, 28 Sept. 1845, son of Sylvester and Susan (Lobdell) Main. 

They settled in Ridgefield ; where he died 21 Nov. 1865, and was buried in 
Titicus Cemetery. She was married (2d), 12 Aug. 1867, in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., by Rev. A. H. Partridge, rector of Christ Church, in Bedford 
Avenue, Brooklyn, to Henry Shultz Winner, a carpenter, son of Septimus 



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Whitney Family. 


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and Susan (Logan) Winner, of Philadelphia, Penn., where he was born 1 8 
Feb. 1845. They dwelt in New York City for one year; in Norwalk, 
Conn., three years; and were living in Orange, N. J., in Feb. 1874. 








7301 



7302 



7303 






7304 
7305 

7306 

7307 



7308 



III. Lois Gertrude Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., i Ap. 1842; 
married 15 Oct. 1867, at 55 Orchard Street, New York, by Rev. A. H. i 
Partridge, Episcopal, to Amos Calloupe, a carpenter, son of Benjamin and 
Ruth Ann (Mills) Galloupe or Gallup, of Bangor, Me., formerly of Wood- 
stock, N. B., where he was born 20 Dec. 1836. They dwelt in New York 
for fourteen months; in Nonvalk, Conn., eleven months; in Charlestown, 
Mass., two and a half years; in Wakefield, Mass., six months; in East 
Boston, Mass., ten months; and, in Feb. 1874, were living at 85 Pearl 
Street, Charlestown. He served in the U. S. Navy, in the early part of 
the war of 1 861; was on the Congress, when she was destroyed by the 
Merrimac ; was then captured, and for three months enjoyed the hospital- 
ities of Libby Prison. He was discharged from the Navy 7 June 1862. 

IV. William Harvey Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 7 Ap. 1844; 
died in New York City, 28 Feb. 1854, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery, 
Ridgefield. 

V. James Sanford Smith, b. in New York City, i Dec. 1846; a 
merchant, in company with his father; and was living at 936 Third 
Avenue, New York, in Sept. 1874, unmarried. 

Chil. of James Butler and Augusta Rosa (Racey) Smith. 

VI. Harvey Joseph Smith, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1864. 

VII. Rose Ann Smith, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 5 Sept. 1866; died 9 
Aug. 1870, in New York City, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery, 
Ridgefield, Conn. 

VIII. Racey Smith, b. in New York City, u Dec. 1868; died there, 
7 Aug. 1 870, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery, Ridgefield, Conn. 

IX. Sanford Edward Smith, b. in New York City, 26 Sept. 1870. 



Chil. of Edward and Sarah Anne (Smith) Trowbridge. 

I. Edward Trowbridge, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 3 June 1852; was 
living at 193 Harrison Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in Aug. 1874, unmarried. 



14803 



2457 



2459 



1148 

7309 
73io 
73H 

7312 
7313 
73H 
7315 



7317 
7318 



7319 



Eighth Generation. 



II. Harvey Smith Trowbridge, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 30 Jan. 
1855; died there, 24 May 1855, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

III. Helen Radnor Trowbridge, b. in Barbadoes, West Indies, 12 
June 1857, an d was living there, with her parents, in Aug. 1874. 

IV. Roswell Hayes Trowbridge, b. at 206 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 9 June 1859 ; died in Barbadoes, West Indies, 2 Aug. 1862, and was 
buried in New Haven, Conn. 

V. Augusta Elizabeth Trowbridge, b. at 206 Clinton Street, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 17 March 1861. 

VI. William Leslie Trowbridge, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 12 July 
1863. 

VII. Sarah Louise Trowbridge, b. at 20 Cheever Place, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 8 Feb. 1865. 

VIII. Mabelle Whitney Trowbridge, b. in Barbadoes, West Indies, 
14 Nov. 1869. 



Chil. of John and Betsey (Whitney) Atwood. 

I. David Atwood, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 17 Feb. 1810. 

II. Hector Atwood, b. at Elmira, N. Y., i Oct. 1812. 

III. Benjamin Atwood, b. at Elmira, N. Y., 26 June 1816; a farmer; 
married, 30 Nov. 1834, Mary Abigail Olney, born 27 Oct. 1809, dau. of 
Zelotes and Dorcas (Saunders) Olney. They dwelt in Potter and Lycom- 
ing Counties, Penn., till 1844; at West LeRoy, Mich., till Oct. 1856; at 
Wakeshma, Mich., till Nov. 1867; at Battle Creek, Mich., till Nov. 1870; 
and then returned to Wakeshma, where she died 9 Oct. 1859. She was 
buried at West LeRoy. He married (2d), 1 1 March 1 860, at Climax, 
Mich., Sarah Jane Davis, dau. of Isaac and Priscilla (Rumsey) Davis, and 
widow of David Schrambelin. She was born 30 Dec. 1823 ; and was living 
at Wakeshma in Nov. 1875. He died there, 20 Ap. 1874, and was buried 
at West LeRoy. 

IV. William Atwood, b. at Elmira, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1818; was a soldier 



2461 



14805 



Whitney Family. 




in the war of 1861 ; and, about the close of the war, died and was buried in 
Kentucky. 

V. Abram Atwood, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., in Sept 1821. 

VI. Thomas Atwood, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1825. 

VII. Jeremiah Atwood, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1827. 

VIII. Hannah Atwood, b. at Elmira, N. Y., 17 Oct. 1830. 

Chit, of Jonathan and Mary (Whitney) Nichols. 

I. Aaron Whitney Nichols, b. at Wolcott, N. Y., 7 March 1816; a 
broker in real estate; married, 5 Ap. 1844, Catharine Avis Walker; was 
living at Hickory Corners, Mich., in Aug. 1875, a "d at Rochester, N. Y., 
in May 1876. 

II. Adeline Nichols, b. at Jackson, Penn., 3 June 1818; married at 
Eagle, N. Y., Francis Bennett; and was living at Hickory Corners, Mich., 
in Aug. 1875. 

III. Hannah Nichols, b. at Elmira, N.Y., 27 Ap. 1820; married, 2 
Aug. 1838, at York, N. Y., Daniel Robinson Burdlck, a farmer, son of 
Robinson and Esther (Fox) Burdick, of Livonia, N. Y. He was born on 
the farm of his grandfather, Levi Fox, at Geneseo, N. Y., 3 March 1818. 
They dwelt at York till Ap. 1840; at Livonia till Ap. 1842 ; at South 
Bristol, N. Y., till 10 Sept. 1844; at Adrian, Mich., till Oct. 1845; and then 
settled at Barry, Mich., where they were living on the same farm in May 
1876. 

IV. Eleanor Nichols, b. at Catlin, N. Y., 24 Oct. 1822; married, 25 
Dec. 1843, at South Bristol, N. Y., by George Paul, Esq., to Squire 
Cogswell, a farmer, son of Harvey and Clarissa (Darling) Cogswell, of 
Mendon, N. Y., where he was born 14 Dec. 1820. They dwelt with her 
father till Ap. 1844; at Mount Morris, N. Y., till 15 Nov. 1844; at Portage, 
N.Y.,till 8 Oct. 1845 ; atGenesee, Mich., till 22 Jan. 1846; at Tittebawassee, 
Mich., among the first white settlers, till 15 OcL 1846; at Genesee again, 
till 28 March 1848 ; at Grand Blanc, Mich., till Oct. 1850; at Barry, Mich., 
till 26 Sept. 1 860 ; and then settled at Eureka, Mich., where they were 
living in Ap. 1876. 

V. George Washington Nichols, b. at Jackson, Penn., 13 Sept. 



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14812 

14817 
14821 



14825 



14828 



Rig kth Generation. 



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7330 



7331 



7332 



7333 



7334 



7335 



1825; a jeweller; married, 3 July 1851, at Barry, Mich., Naomi Graver, 
dau. of Ashbel and Laura (Williams) Grover, of Springwater, N. Y., 
where she was born 16 Oct. 1833. They dwelt at Carleton, Mich., for two 
years; at LeRoy, Mich., seven years; at Eureka, Mich., one year; at 
Benton, Mich., four years; at Charlotte, Mich., one year; at Litchfield, 
Mich., two years; and, in 1872, settled at Kalkaska, Mich., where they 
were living in March 1876. He enlisted at Battle Creek, Mich., 8 Oct. 
1861, in Co. D, I3th Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged at 
Detroit, Mich., for general debility, i May 1863, having fought at Shiloh, 
Corinth, Perryville, and other places. 

VI. William Henry Nichols, b. at Painted Post, N. Y., 8 Sept. 1827; 
enlisted in Oct. 1861, at St. Louis, Mo., in the Burgess Sharp-shooters, and 
was discharged in 1862. He lived at Green River City, Washington Ten, 
in May 1876. 

VII. Charles Bow Nichols, b. at Avon, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1830; married 14833 
in 1850, at " Howlandsbury," Mich., Sarah Huffman, who died in Chicago, 

111. He enlisted in the Autumn of 1862, in the 2d Reg. of 111. Cavalry; 
and, having never returned, is supposed to have been killed in battle. 

VIII. Benjamin Franklin Nichols, b. at Eagle, N. Y., i Nov. 1831; 14836 
a farmer ; married at her father's house, by her father, a clergyman of the 
Wesleyan Methodist Church, 4 Sept 1853, to Jane Elizabeth Tapley, dau. 

of Rev. Obed and Amanda (Chamberlain) Tapley, of Hickory Corners, 
Mich. She was born in Canada, i May 1837. They dwelt at Carleton, 
Mich., till 1864; and then settled at Boston, Mich., where they were 
living in Aug. 1876. 

IX. Thomas Whitney Nichols, b. at Eagle, N. Y., 4 Oct. 1833; 
residence unknown. 

X. Mary Ann Nichols, b. at York, N. Y., 13 March 1836; married 14841 
in March 1852, by Adam Elliott, Esq., to Lucius Nichols, who died in 

Nov. 1862; married (2d), in Ap. 1864, Henry Lorenzo Tobias; and was 
living at Hastings, Mich., in May 1876. 

XI. Henrietta Nichols, b. at Bristol, N. Y., 27 Sept. 1838; died 18 
Nov. 1850, at Hickory Corners, Mich., and was buried there. 

XII. Emily Nichols, b. at Bristol, N. Y., i March 1841; married in 14851 
1858, at her father's house, in Barry, Mich., by Adam Elliott, Esq., to 
Alonzo Wright, who died in Andersonville prison. She married (2d), in 
1865, at her father's house in Otisco, Mich., George Wright, brother of her 

first husband. 



7336 



7337 



733 



7339 



7340 






734' 



7342 



I Whitney Family. 

Chil. of Silas B. and Charity (Whitney) Chapln. 

I. Vest u 8 Chapin, b. one mile east of the village of Big Flats, N. Y 
27 June 1825 ; married, 30 March 1847, at the house of Benjamin Atwood' 
by Rev. Mr. Gould, to Martha Cella Olney, dau. of Samuel and Caroline 
(Burget) Olney. They settled at Climax, Mich., and were living there in 
Feb. 1875. 

II. Caroline Chapin, b. one mile east of the village of Big Flats 
N. Y., 21 March 1827; married, 21 Feb. 1849, in the village of Teconsha,' 
Mich., by Rev. Samuel Cornelius, to Daniel Schenck Denise, a farmer and 
merchant, born in Monmouth Co., N. J., 25 Nov. 1822, son of - and 
Aletta (Hulch) Denise. They dwelt at Greece, N. Y., for eighteen years ; 
then settled at Charlotte, N. Y., and were living there in May 1875. 

III. Cornelia Ann Chapin, b. four miles north of the village of Big 
Flats, N. Y., 28 Ap. 1829; married, 26 Aug. 1848, at the house of her 
parents, in LeRoy, Mich., by Dr. Elihu Smith, to James Ball Davis, a 
farmer, son of William Dixon and Comfort (Ball) Davis, of LeRoy. He 
was born at Auburn, N. Y.. 6 June 1824. They were living at LeRoy, 
Mich., in Feb. 1875. 



V. Henry Pier, b. four miles north of the village of Big Flats, N. Y., 
15 Feb. 1836; married, 27 Feb. 1861, at the house of her parents, in 
Barry, Mich., by Squire Tolles, to Mary Jane Bennett, dau. of Francis and 
Adeline Bennett. They were living at Barry in Feb. 1875. He was a 
soldier in Co. C, 2oth Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry, during the war of 1861. 

VI. Silas Pier, b. at Fairfield, Mich., eight miles south of Adrian, 4 
July 1838 ; died 3 Nov. 1845, in tne same place, and was buried there. 



VII. Lydia Deane Pier, b. at Chesterfield, Ohio, 5 May 1840; mar- 
ried by Rev. AsaW. Bushnell, at LeRoy, Mich., 17 Sept. 1857, to George 
Washington Karr. They were living near Battle Creek, Mich., in Feb. 

1875. 



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14856 



14862 



14867 



2468 



Chil. of Richard and Charity (Whitney) Pier. 

IV. Harriet Eliza Pier, b. at KennedyvilU^N^Bath, N. Y., 25 Jan. 14872 
1834; married, 28 May 1854, at her father's house in LeRoy, Mich., by 
Daniel Riley, Esq., to William Martin Davis, son of William Dixon and 
Comfort (Ball) Davis, of LeRoy. 



14880 



14883 



7343 VIII. James Deane Pier, b. at Fairfield, Mich., eight miles south of 14885 
j Adrian, 2 Ap. 1842; married at Wakeshma, Mich., 7 Ap. 1864, by Rev. 






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Eighth Generation. 



7344 



7345 



735 



7346) 
7347* 



7348 
7349 



Jacob Gardner, to Mary Ette Davis, dau. of Zenas Dixon and Azubah 
(Wilson) Davis, of LeRoy, Mich. They were living near Battle Creek, 
Mich., in 1875. 

IX. Hannah Elvira Pier, b. at Fairfield, Mich., eight miles south of 
Adrian, 10 Oct. 1845 ! married at Ross, Mich., 31 Dec. 1865, by Elder 
Smalley, to Charles Cook, son of William Mulford and Luna (Lawrence) 
Cook, of Barry, Mich. They were living near Battle Creek, Mich., in Feb. 
1875. 

X. Albert Amos Pier, b. at LeRoy, Mich., 16 March 1848; died at 
Barry, Mich., 28 Jan. 1874, unmarried, and was buried at Central LeRoy, 
Mich. 



Chil. of Lyman and Esther (Whitney) Hlnman. 

I. and II. Two daughters, of whom nothing has been learned. 



Chil. of Stephen and Salome Bloss (Townsend) Bailey. 

I. Aaron Bailey, was said to be living at Big Flats, N. Y., in Aug. 
1875. 

II. Townsend Bailey, was said to be living at Big Flats, N. Y., in 
Aug. 1875. 



Chil. of Daniel and Jane (Van Norstrand) Bailey. 

I. Matthew Bailey, b. at Vernon, now Glenwood, N. J., 13 Feb. 
1817; a farmer; married at her father's house in Edenville, N. Y., 25 
Nov. 1840, by Rev. William Timlow, pastor of the Presbyterian Church 
of Amity, N. Y., to Sarah Maria Ferrier, dau. of Joseph and Hannah J. 
(Edsall) Ferrier, of Edenville, where she was born 13 Aug. 1818. "He 
inherited his father's lands, by will, and occupied the homestead. He 
added considerably to his inheritance, and lived the quiet and uneventful 
life of a country farmer with a comfortable independence, respected and 
loved by his neighbors. He was one of the first trustees, and a constituent 
member of the Glenwood Baptist Church, and his house was a great 
gathering-place for Baptist ministers." He died 20 Ap. 1860, and was 
buried by the side of his father. His wife was living on the homestead, 
with her son, in Jan. 1876. 



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2470 



2471 
14890 



735" 



7352 



7353 



7354 



7355 



7356 



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II. Hannah Bailey, b. at Vcrnon, now Glenwood, N. J., 20 June ; 14891 
1820; married at her father's house in Vernon, 3 Dec. 1839, by Rev. 
William Timlow, Presbyterian, to John Nicholas Ryerson, a farmer, son of 
Nicholas and Anna (Farvor) Ryerson, of Deckertown, N. J. He was born 

at Vernon, 12 March 1809. They dwelt at Vernon till I Ap. 1853; at 
Denton, N. Y., till I Ap. 1855; then moved to Goshen, N. Y., and were 
living there in March 1876. He had a former wife, named Hannah Van 
Houtan. 

III. Mary Bailey, b. at Vernon, now Glenwood, N. J., 23 Jan. 1822; | 14898 
married there, 30 Nov. 1843, by Rev. Joseph M. Pierson, Methodist 
Episcopal, to John Sammls Van Houtan, a farmer, son of Peter and Sarah 
(Sammis) Van Houtan, of Independence, in Vernon, where he was born 

14 May 1819. She died 25 June 1855, at Independence (where they 
settled i Ap. 1844), and was buried in the Deckertown Cemetery, Wantage, 
N. J. He was living at Independence in Jan. 1876. 

IV. Susan Bailey, b. at Vernon, now Glenwood, N. J., 31 July 1824; 14900 
married at Pochuck, N. J., 25 Jan. 1845, by Rev. William Spencer, Baptist, 

to Zenas Dayton Riggs, a farmer, son of Samuel and Susan (Vankemp) 
Riggs, ' of Vernon, where he was born 9 May 1817. They dwelt with his 
father, at Hamburgh, N. J., for twenty years ; then settled on a farm in 
Glenwood, about a mile from her birthplace ; and, after seven years, moved 
to Goshen, N. Y., near New Hampton post-office, where they were living 
in Jan. 1876. 

V. Alzada Bailey, b. at Vernon, now Glenwood, N. J., 3 Ap. 1827; , 14907 
married there, 18 Feb. 1847, by Rev. John Davis, Baptist, to William 
Toland, a farmer, son of Abner and Matilda (Lyon) Toland, of Glenwood. 

He was born at Wantage, N. J., 4 Jan. 1823. They dwelt at Glenwood 
till 3 Ap. 1850; lived at Martin Town, N. J., till 25 March 1868 ; and then 
returned to Glenwood, where they resided in Jan. 1 876. 

VI. Sarah Jane Bailey, b. at Vernon, now Glenwood, N. J., 15 March 14912 
1829; married there, i Feb. 1849, Joph Simpson, a farmer, son of 
William and Nancy (Smith) Simpson, of Hamburgh, N. Y., where he was 

born 28 Jan. 1821. They dwelt at Newton, N. J., in 1849; lived at 
Hamburgh in 1850-1851; and then moved to Amity, N. Y., where they 
resided in Jan. 1876. 

VII. Matilda Bailey, b. at Vernon, now Glenwood, N. J., 26 Feb. 14918 
1834; married there, 18 March 1852, by Rev. S. Leach, Baptist, to Amo 
Munson Ryerson, a farmer, son of John Nicholas and Hannah (Van 

His grandfather, Zenas Riggs, is called "one tied at Monistown, N. J., served in the Revolu- 
of four brothers who came from Wales and set- tionary war, and afterward lived in Vernon, N.J. 

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7358 



7359 
7360 



7362 



7363 

7364 
7365 



Righth Generation. 



Houtan) Ryerson, of Paterson, N. J., where he was born 30 Ap. 1833. 
They dwelt with his father, at Glenwood, for one year; at Denton, N. Y., 
one year; at Wawayanda, N.Y., three years; at Goshen, N. Y., nine years; 
and then returned to Wawayanda, settling at Denton, where, after nine 
years, they were living in Jan. 1876. He has been supervisor of Wawayanda 
during a period of four years, ending in 1875. 



Chil. of Charles and Esther (Bailey) Mott. 

I. Matilda Mott, b. at Pochuck, now Glenwood, N. J., 25 July 1813 ; 
married Allman. 

II. Martha Mott, b. at Pochuck, now Glenwood, N. J., 12 May 1815 ; 
married at Paterson, N. J., 24 Dec. 1837, by Rev. Daniel Parish, Methodist 
Episcopal, to William Devoe, son of Gabriel and Hannah (Brown) Devoe, 
of Slaughter Dam, N. J., where he was born I May 1815. They settled at 
Paterson, and were living there, at 25 Oak Street, in Oct. 1875. 

III. Charles Mott, b. at Pochuck, now Glenwood, N. J., 16 Feb. 1817. 

IV. Samuel Mott, b. at Pochuck, now Glenwood, N. J., 4 June 1821. 

V. Phebe Ann Mott, b. at Pochuck, now Glenwood, N. J., 9 Feb. 
1823 ; married Devoe. 

VI. Noah Mott, b. at Pochuck, now Glenwood, N. J., 30 Jan. 1825. 

There are six more children in this household ; but we have found it 
impossible to obtain their names. 



Chil. of Joseph and Huldah Matilda (Bailey) Edmonson. 

I. Joseph Edmonson, b. at Vernon, N. J.; died at Vernon, and was 
buried there, in the Bailey family cemetery. 

II. John Edmonson, b. at Vernon, N. J.; is dead. 

III. Azubah Shaley Edmonson, married at Newton, N. J., 4 Feb. 
1842, Elijah Blackwell, who died in May 1843, at Newton, and was buried 
in Newton Cemetery. 



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7367 



7368 
7369 



7370 



7371 



7372 



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Whitney F^amily. 



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IV. Maria Clark Edmonson, b. at Vernon, N. J., 19 June 1823; 14934 
married at her father's house, one mile from Newton, N. J., 24 Sept. 1842, 

by Rev. John N. Crane, Methodist Episcopal, to Moses Case, a farmer, 
son of John and Nancy (Onstead) Case, of Newton, where he was born 29 
June 1820. They dwelt in Sussex County, N. J., till 1850; then moved 
to Michigan, and were living at Independence, Mich., in Aug. 1876. 

V. Esther Bailey Edmonson, b. at North Vernon, N. J.; married 14942 
at Newton, N. J., 4 Jan. 1845, by Rev. George Winsor, Methodist, to 
Samuel Green Howell, a farmer, son of Jonah and Mary (Pierson) Hi well, 

of Johnsonburgh, N. J., near which he was born 17 Jan. 1822. They 
dwelt at Sparta, N. J., till 1855; at Brandon, Mich., till I Ap. 1 866; and 
then settled at Clarkston, Mich., where he died 31 July 1866. He was 
buried at Independence, Mich. She moved, in Sept. 1 866, to Holley, 
Mich.; and was married (2d), 29 Oct. 1868, at Independence, by her 
father, to Moses Taylor, a farmer. They settled at Brandon, in Nov. 1868, 
on the farm adjoining her former home; and were living there in July 
1876. 

VI. Alfred Edmonson, died at Newton, N. J., and was buried there. 

VII. Jonas Smith Edmonson, b. at Hamburgh, N. J., 1 1 Oct. 1828; 14946 
a grocer; married at Springfield, two and a half miles from Clarkston, 
Mich., 22 Jan. 1854, Phebe Harris, dau. of Joseph and Mary Ann (Foster) 
Harris, of Springfield. She was born at Frankfort, N. Y., 28 Sept. 1835. 

They dwelt at Clarkston till 1862 ; at East Saginaw, Mich., till 1869; and 
then settled at Little Rock, Ark., where they were living in Aug. 1876. 

VIII. Thomas Edmonson, b. at Newton, N. J.; died at Sacramento, 
Cal., and was buried there. 

IX. Margaret Jane Edmonson, b. at Newton, N. J., 19 Nov. 1833 ; 15064 
married at Independence, Mich., 30 Jan. 1851, John Truesdell, son of 7434 
Gamaliel and Phebe (Riker) Truesdell. See his record. She refused the 
compiler any information concerning herself or her family. 



X. Daniel Benjamin Edmonson, died at Newton, N. J., and was 

buried there. 

XI. Elizabeth Ann Edmonson, b. at Newton, N. J., 25 Nov. 1835; 
married at Independence, Mich., 31 Dec. 1863, by Rev. Adam Minnis, 
Methodist Episcopal, to George Demerest, a farmer, son of Samuel and 
Deborah Jane (Ackerson) Demerest, of Clarkston, Mich. He was born at 
La Fayette, N. J., 19 Oct. 1834. They dwelt at Independence till 1868; 
then settled at Big Prairie, Mich.; and were living there in Oct. 1876. 



14948 



1 156 



7374 



7375 
7376 
7377 



7378 



7379 



Eighth Generation. 



XII. William Prindle Edmonson, b. at Newton, N. J., 15 Sept. 
1837 ; a farmer; married at Oxford, Mich., Matilda Starks ; married (2d), 
I Ap. 1866, at Fentonville, Mich., Adelia Fairbanks, dau. of Francis 
Colwert and Mary Ann (Chamberlin) Fairbanks, of Linden, Mich., where 
she was born 9 July 1845. He dwelt at Independence, Mich., till 1866; 
then settled at Newaygo, Mich.; and was living there in Sept. 1876. He 
served for one year during the war of 1 86 1, in Co. H, 7th Reg., Mich. Vol. 
Infantry. 

XIII. George Banghart Edmonson, died at Newton, N. J., and 
was buried there. 

XIV. Stephen Edmonson, died at Independence, Mich., and was 
buried there, in the Union Cemetery. 

XV. Mary Louisa Edmonson, married at Independence, Mich., 
Murray Slater; and was living at Clarkston, Mich., in July 1876. 



14949 



Chil. of Samuel Longwill and Phebe (Clark) Bailey. 

I. Samuel Lockwood Bailey, b. at Vernon, N. J., 9 Dec. 1823 ; a 
banker, and dealer in real estate; married at Rochelle, 111., 26 Aug. 1846, 
Lucinda Biggers, dau. of Clark Bartin and Huldah (Truesdell) Diggers, of 
Wayne, N. Y., where she was born 8 Aug. 1827. They dwelt at Ham- 
mondsport, N. Y., four years; at Rochelle, 111., till 1865 ; then settled at 
Colo, Iowa, and were living there in Sept. 1875. He enlisted at Rochelle, 
n Aug. 1862, in Co. H, 92d Reg., 111. Vol. Infantry; was appointed 
orderly-sergeant after three months service as private, and, two months 
later, second-lieutenant; and resigned in June 1864, on account of illness, 
having taken part in thirty-one engagements. 

II. Lewis Clark Bailey, b. at Wayne, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1825; a farmer; 
married at Urbana, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1845, Delia Griffith, born in Mass., dau. 

of and Maria (Hollenbeck) Griffith. She died in 1856, at Bradford, 

N. Y., and was buried in Savana Cemetery. He married (2d), 16 Sept. 
1857, Mary Butler, dau. of Thomas and Rachel (Bennet) Butler, of Osceola, 
in Elkland, Penn., where she was born 16 May 1832. He dwelt at 
Hammondsport, N. Y., till 1869; then moved to Colo, Iowa, and was 
living there in Sept. 1875. He enlisted at Bath, N. Y., 8 Nov. 1861, in 
Co. G, loth Reg., N. Y. Cavalry; reached the grade of commissary- 
sergeant; and was discharged at Belle Plain, Va., 25 Feb. 1863, for 
disability. He took part in the battles of Warren Junction and Fred- 
ericksburgh. 



2475 

; 14956 



14962 



Whitney Family. 



7380 III. Stephen Bailey, b. at Harrington, N. Y., 2 July 1827; a farmer- 
married at Wayne, N. Y., 18 Oct. 1848, by Rev. A. C. Mallory, Baptist, to 
Eunice Webster, dau. of Erastus and Nancy (Miller) Webster, of Urbana, 
N. Y., where she was born, 22 July 1829. They were living two miles 
from Hammondsport, on a farm adjoining his father's, in Oct. 1875. 

7381 IV. Phineas Clark Bailey, b. at Harrington, N. Y., 20 March 1829- 
died at Urbana, N. Y., 15 Aug. 1852, and was buried in Urbana Cemetery'. 

V. Huldah Matilda Bailey, b. at Harrington, N. Y., i Fcb 1831- 
married at Wayne, N. Y., by Elder Hulse, Baptist, to Thomas Lake, a 
farmer, son of Timothy and Catharine (Sandford) Lake, of Urbana, N. Y , 
where he was born 5 June 1827. They settled at Urbana; where she died 
23 May 1866, and was buried in Urbana Cemetery. He was living at 
Urbana in Oct. 1875. 

VI. Daniel Bailey, b. at Harrington, N. Y., n March 1833; a farmer- 
married at Urbana, N. Y., 27 Feb. 1864, by Rev. H. R. Dakin, Baptist, to 
Minerva Larowe, dau. of Henry and Matilda (Austin) Larowe, of Urbana. 
She was born at Tyrone, N. Y., 23 Jan. 1845. They dwelt at Urbana till 
1868; in Story Co., Iowa, till 1871; then settled at Rock Rapids, Iowa, 
and were living there in Dec. 1875. 

VII. Andrew Jackson Bailey, b. at Urbana, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1835 ; a 
farmer; married at Oregon, 111., 6 Aug. 1863, Jennie Ellsworth, dau. of 
Freeman and Louisa (Johnson) Ellsworth, of Pine Rock, 111. She was 
born in Union Co., Ohio, 3 Sept. 1847. He dwelt in Ogle Co., 111., for ten 
years ; and then settled at Rock Rapids, Iowa, where they were living in 
Dec. 1875. 

VIII. Amanda Elizabeth Bailey, b. at Urbana, N. Y., 1 1 Dec. 1836; 
died there, 23 Sept. 1837, an <* was buried in Urbana Cemetery. 

IX. Sarah Maria Bailey, b. at Urbana, N. Y., 18 Dec. 1837; mar- 
ried at Wayne, N. Y., 2 1 Aug. 1 8 , Farrls Margeson, son of William and 
Julia (Bouton) Margeson. They were living at Scion, N. Y., in Aug. 1875. 

X. Delos Erastus Bailey, b. at Urbana, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1840; a 
farmer; married there, 16 Oct. 1864, in her father's house, by Rev. H. R. 
Dakin, Baptist, to Harriet Amanda Aber, born at " Oak Hill," Steuben 
Co., N. Y., 28 May 1843, dau. of William and Sabrina (McKean) Aber. 
They were living at Alfred, N. Y., in Dec. 1875. 

XI. Eliza Ann Bailey, b. at Urbana, N. Y., 4 May 1843 J married at 
Wayne, N. Y., 7 March 1867, by Rev. A. W. Sunderlin, Baptist, to 



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"4975 



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Eighth Generation. 



7389 



7390 



7391 



7392 



7393 



Warren Erastus Webster, a farmer, son of Erastus and Nancy (Miller) 
Webster, of Wayne. He was born at Urbana, 24 July 1836. They settled 
at Hammondsport, N.Y., and were living there in Oct. 1875. He enlisted 
at Urbana, 22 Aug. 1862, in Co. A, i6ist Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; 
and was discharged at Fort Jefferson, Fla., 20 Sept. 1865, having taken 
part in the battles at Plain Store, Port Hudson, Cox's Plantation, Sabine 
Pass, Sabine Cross Roads, Pleasant Hill, Cane River Crossing, Mansura 
(all in Louisana), Spanish Fort and Fort Blakely, Mobile, Ala. 



2477 
14983 



7392 



Chil. of Thomas Whitney and Esther (Cole) Bailey. 

I. Huldah Bailey, b. at Warwick, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1827; married at 
Troupsburgh, N. Y., 12 Oct. 1849, by Jeremiah Miller, Esq., to Jeremiah 
Smith, a farmer, son of Jeremiah and Hannah (Watson) Smith, of Troups- 
burgh. He was born at "Login, Co. Wexford," Ireland, n Ap. 1824. 
They dwelt at Pittston, Penn., till 20 March 1853; and then settled at 
Troupsburgh, where she died 4 March 1862, and was buried in the Smith 
Cemetery. He married (2d), her half-sister, Elizabeth Bailey. See her 
record. 

II. Catharine Bailey, b. at Vernon, N. J., 28 July 1831; died at 
Barrington, N. Y., i March 1832, and was buried there. 

III. George Banghart Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., 17 Dec. 14993 
1833; a farmer and grape-grower; married at Troupsburgh, 31 March 

1861, by Elder Prentice, Wesleyan Methodist, to Susan West, dau. of 
Solon and Elizabeth Ann (Brown) West, of Troupsburgh. She was born 
at Jerusalem, N. Y., 29 June 1840. They settled at Troupsburgh; and 
moved, 25 Jan. 1872, to Barrington, N. Y., where they were living in July 
1875. He enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., 24 Aug. 1864, as a private, in Co. A, 
i84th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers; and was discharged, as corporal, at City 
Point, Va., 29 June 1865, having taken part in the battle of Cedar Creek, 
Va., 19 Oct. 1864. 

Chil. of Thomas Whitney and Jane (Bishop) Bailey. 2477 

IV. Elizabeth Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., u Aug. 1837; 14989 
married at Troupsburgh, 15 Nov. 1862, by Elder Prentice, Wesleyan 
Methodist, to Jeremiah Smith, whose first wife was her half-sister, Huldah 
Bailey. They settled at Young Hickory, in Troupsburgh, and were living 7389 
there in July 1875. 

V. Stephen Andrew Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., 13 Sept. 



Whitney Family. 



7394 






7395 



1839; enlisted there, 7 Sept. 1861, as first-sergeant of Co. H, 86th Reg 
N. Y. S. Volunteers ; took part in the second battle of Bull Run the 
battles of Fredericksburgh, Chancellorsville, Antietam and Gettysburgh 
reenlirted, as a veteran, 3 1 Dec. 1 863 ; passed through all the battles of the 
\Vilderness campaign; was wounded at Fort Stedman, in'front of Peters- 
burgh, 25 March 1865 ; and died from his wounds, at De Camp General 
Hospital, David's Island, 8 Ap. 1865, being then first-lieutenant of his 
company, and unmarried. He was buried in Young Hickory Cemetery 
at Troupsburgh. 

VI. Charles Bishop Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., 6 Nov. 1841- 
a farmer; enlisted at Clean, N. Y., 13 Sept. 1864, as private, in Co. A, 
85th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers ; took part in the battles of Plymouth 
N. C, 3 Jan. 1865, and Wise's Fork, N. C, 10 March 1865; and was 
discharged 3 Ap. 1865. He was married at Troupsburgh, 21 June 1874, 
by Rev. D. Potter, Methodist Episcopal, to Susan Reliance Plokett, dau. 
of Charles Ely and Sarah (Rude) Pickett, of Troupsburgh, where she was 
born 30 Jan. 1858. They settled at Young Hickory, in Troupsburgh, and 
were living there in July 1875. 

VII. Esther Jane Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., 2 May 1844; 
died at Troupsburgh, 17 May 1855, and was buried there, in Young 
Hickory Cemetery. 

VIII. Thomas Whitney Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., 1 1 Oct 14996 
1846; a millwright, wheelwright, and joiner; married at Knoxville, Penn., 

24 Dec. 1871, by Rev. J. H. Blades, Methodist Episcopal, to Clara Falling, 
dau. of Philip and Clara (Spencer) Failing, of West Union, N. Y. She 
was born at Jasper, N. Y., u March 1850. They settled at Barrington, 
N. Y., 7 Oct. 1873, and were living there in July 1875. 

IX. Devoe Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., 1 1 Nov. 1848 ; a farmer; 14997 
married at West Union, N. Y., 3 Nov. 1872, by Rev. Abra Town, Prot 
Meth., to Aurelia Cady, dau. of Levi Randall and Olive (Card) Cady, of 
Troupsburgh, where she was born 20 March 1852. They settled at Young 
Hickory, in Troupsburgh, and were living there in July 1875. 

7398 X. Samuel Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., n Dec. 1851; died at 
Troupsburgh, 29 Ap. 1852, and was buried there, in Young Hickory 
Cemetery. 

7399 XI. Martha Maria Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., 6 Sept 1853; 14998 
married at Knoxville, Penn., 7 Aug. 1870, by Rev. Isaac Everett, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Henry Bennett, a farmer, son of Norman and Sylvia (Talbut) 
Bennett, of Troupsburgh. He was born at Edmeston, N. Y., 8 Ap. 1850. 



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7397 



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1 1 60 



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7402 



7403 



7404 



7405 



7406 
7407 
7408 
7409 
7410 



Eighth Generation. 



They settled at Young Hickory, in Troupsburgh, and were living there in 
July 1875. 

XII. Mary Amelia Bailey, b. at Troupsburgh, N. Y., 5 July 1858; 
and was living there in July 1875. 



Chil. of William Osben and Cynthia (Lockwood) Bailey. 

I. Joseph Bailey, was reported as living at Chicago, 111., in Aug. 
1875. 

II. Samuel Bailey, was reported as living at Chicago, 111., in Aug. 
1875. 



Child of Louis and Esther (Durham) Tuttle. 

I. Harriet Tuttle. 

Child of John and Betsey (Beckwith) Durham. 

I. Benjamin Durham. 

Child of John and Betsey (Reynolds) Durham. 

II. Durham, a son. 

Chil. of William and Estella (Durham) Williams. 

I. John Durham Williams. 

II. James Williams. 

III. Ann Williams. 

IV. Hiram Williams. 

V. Edgar Williams. 



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2481 



2483 



2483 



2485 



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7412 



7413 



7414 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Benjamin and Mary (Stark) Whitney. 

I. Aaron Whitney, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., in the north part of the 
town, 13 Feb. 1820; a farmer and carpenter; married in the north part of 
the town of Big Flats, 13 Feb. 1839, by Rev. Aaron Jackson, Baptist, to 
Lucretia Gilbert, whose parents then lived at Big Flats. She was born at 
Windsor, N. Y., dau. of Andrew Winton and Anna Comstock (Stratton) 
Gilbert. They settled on a part of his father's farm, in Big Flats, and were 
living there in April 1 874. He has been a justice of the peace. 

II. James Whitney, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 19 Jan. 1823; a dairy- 
farmer and stock-breeder; married at Dix, N. Y., 14 Feb. 1844, by Rev. 
Benjamin R. Swick, Baptist, to Jerusha W. Graver, who was born in New 
Brunswick, 16 Feb. 1823, dau. of Mason and Sarah (Wiley) Grover. ' They 
settled, I Ap. 1844, at Big Flats, and were still living there, on the same 
farm, in July 1874. He enlisted, 15 Dec. 1861, in the 5th Reg., N. Y. S. 
Vol. Heavy Artillery ; served for eleven months as private, and for one 
month as second-lieutenant; was then appointed first-lieutenant, and acted 
as such till mustered out, 26 Feb. 1865. He was again mustered into 
service, 27 Feb. 1865, as first-lieutenant in the same regiment, and served 
till 5 June 1865, when he resigned. 

III. Amos Whitney, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 1 1 Ap. 1826; married at 
Covert, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1852, Louisa Johnston, dau. of Luke and Jemima 
(Granger) Johnston, of Covert. They settled at Big Flats, where she was 
still living in 1874. He enlisted in Sept. 1862, in Co. C, 5th Reg., N. Y. 
S. Vol. Artillery ; was appointed quartermaster-sergeant ; took part in 
the battles before Lynchburgh, Va., 17 and 18 June 1864; was mortally 
wounded in the battle of Snicker's Gap, Va., 1 8 July 1 864 ; and died of the 
wound in hospital at Frederick City, Md., 30 July 1864. He was first 
buried in Hospital Cemetery at Frederick City, and afterward removed 
to the family burial-ground, at Big Flats, N. Y. 

IV. Daniel Whitney, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 26 Aug. 1829; died un- 
married, in his father's house at Big Flats, from a disease of the heart, 29 
Oct. 1855 ; and was buried in the family cemetery. 



7415 I. 



Chil. of John and Mary Ann (Truesdell j Breese. 
- Breese, a son, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 10 Jan. 1818; died 



at birth. 

Mason Grover and his wife lived successively died 15 Sept. 1841. He then went to Fond du 
in New Brunswick, Maine, New Hampshire, I^c Co., Wis., where he died about 1869. 
Vermont, and Chemung Co., N.Y., where she 
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2499 



1 162 



7416 

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7418 



7419 



7420 



7421 



7422 



7423 



Eighth Generation. 



n. - 

named. 
III. - 



Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y.; died, aged two weeks, not 



Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y.; died at birth. 



15013 



15019 



15022 



IV. Caroline Elizabeth Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 15 Feb. 
1820; married there, 11 Sept. 1840, by Rev. Philander Gillett, Baptist, to 
William Henry Breese, a farmer, son of Joel and Elizabeth (Douglass) 
Breese, of Horseheads. He was born at Lansing, N. Y., 8 July 1816. 
They have lived at Hector, Penn.; at Horseheads, N. Y.; and at Monterey, 
N. Y., the last of which was their residence in Jan. 1875. 

V. Lemoyne Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 19 June 1822; a 
blacksmith; married there, 16 Dec. 1856, Phebe Boyd Frost, dau. of 
George Pepperell and Eliza Little (Benjamin) Frost, of Ithaca, N. Y., 
where she was born 26 Oct. 1827. They settled at Horseheads, and were 
living there in Oct. 1875. 

VI. Josiah Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1824; a farmer; 
married at Spencer, N. Y., 27 March 1850, by Elder Kimball, Baptist, to 
Susan Swartwood, dau. of Isaiah and Mary (Myers) Swartwood, of Van 
Etten, N. Y., where she was born I Ap. 1829. They settled at Horseheads, 
and were living there in Oct. 1875. 

VII. Sarah Jackson Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 2 Feb. 1826; 
married there, 14 March 1848, at her father's house, by Rev. George 
Spratt, Baptist, to James Douglass, a farmer, son of William and Sarah 
(Redner) Douglass, of Hector, Penn. He was born at Newfield, N. Y., 
12 May 1820. They dwelt at Horseheads till the Spring of 1850; then 
settled at Hector, near Potter Brook post-office, Penn., where they were 
still living in Oct. 1875. He was drafted in the war of 1861; and, after 
serving for seven months, was honorably discharged at the close of the war. 

VIII. Esther Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 19 May 1828; married 
there, 9 June 1852, by Rev. Zelotes Grinnell, to Charles Nash Kilbourn, a 
farmer, son of David and Lucinda (Pangborn) Kilbourn, 1 of Wellsborough, 
Penn., where he was born 26 Aug. 1827. They settled at Hector, Penn., 
and were living there in Sept. 1875. 



IX. John Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 27 Feb. 1830; a farmer 15046 
and lumberman; married at Pike, Penn., 27 March 1861, by Rev. Francis 
Strang, Methodist Episcopal, to Catharine Kilbourn, dau. of Abram and 
Hilenda (Ellsworth) Kilbourn, of Pike, where she was born 6 Feb. 1836. 

1 See the Kilbourn Genealogy, p. 326. 



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7425 



7426 



7427 



7428 



7429 



They dwelt at Horseheads till 30 Aug. 1869; lived at Cedar Springs, 
Penn., till 5 Ap. 1871; and then settled at Cato, Mich., where they resided 
in Oct. 1875. 

X. Hannah Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 26 March 1832; a 
milliner; married in her father's house, at Horseheads, 9 Ap. 1861, by 
Rev. Mr. Olney, Baptist, to William Smith Dean, son of Abijah and Nancy 
(Smith) Dean, of Covert, N. Y., where he was born 10 Nov. 1828. They 
dwelt at Horseheads till 12 Aug. 1862; and then settled at Hornellsville, 
N. Y., where they were living, at 145 Main Street, in Oct. 1875. 

XI. Catharine Calista Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 16 Dec. 

1833; married there, 5 Sept. 1865, by Rev. Philetus Olney, Baptist, to 
Abram Crandall Ellsworth, a farmer, son of William and Bloomy (Furman) 
Ellsworth, of Sunderlinville, Penn. He was born at Middlebury, Penn., 
1 1 May 1839. They settled at Cato, Mich., and were living there in Sept. 
1875, without children. He enlisted, 24 Sept. 1861, in the 45th Reg., 
Penn. Volunteers ; and was discharged 17 July 1865. 

XII. Angelina Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., i Jan. 1836; and 
was living there, with her father, in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

XIII. Horace Jackson Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 31 March 
1837; a farmer; was living on the homestead, at Horseheads, with his 
father, in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

XIV. Mary Ann Breese, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 12 Feb. 1840; 
married there, 23 Dec. 1869, at her father's house, Rufus Rinaldo Stowell, 
a dealer in hardware, son of Abel and Elizabeth (Stringer) Stowell, of 
Elmira, N. Y., where he was born 18 May 1838. They settled at Elmira, 
and were living there, at 553 East Church Street, in Dec. 1875. He 
enlisted, 14 Aug. 1863 ; was wounded in battle at Cold Harbor, 3 June 
1864; and was discharged 5 June 1865. 



Chll. of Josiah Bennett and Hannah (Hudnoti Truosdell. 

I. James Truesdell, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 26 Dec. 1826; a farmer; 
married in her father's house, at Big Flats village, N. Y., by Rev. James L. 
Coffin, to Lorlnda Mlnler, born at Big Flats, 12 Dec. 1830, dau. of Samuel 
and Telina (Bennitt) Minier. He was a member of the Baptist Church at 
Horseheads. He died of consumption, 25 Oct. 1852, at Big Flats, and 
was buried there. She married (2d), 27 Dec. 1858, in her father's house 



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15059 



1 164 



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7431 



7432 



7433 



7434 



7435 



7436 



Eighth Generation. 



at Big Flats, Dayton C. Kimball, of Catlin, N. Y.; and was living at 
Mitchell's Station, Penn., in July 1875. 

II. Mary Ann Truesdell, b. at Elmira, now Horseheads, N. Y., 28 
May 1828; married at Big Flats, N. Y., 28 Jan. 1847, Jo"" Alexander, a 
farmer. They dwelt at Veteran, N. Y., four years ; at Big Flats, three 
years; at Newfield, N. Y., twenty years; and moved, in Ap. 1875, to 
Horseheads, where she was living in Jan. 1 876. 

III. Dellebar Truesdell, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 11 Oct. 1834; died 
at Veteran, N. Y., 12 March 1856, and was buried at Big Flats. 

IV. Minerva Truesdell, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 31 July 1836; 
married there, 31 Oct. 1867, by Rev. David Burroughs, Baptist, to Eli 
Howard Holly, son of Noah and Delilah (Howard) Holly, of Big Flats, 
N. Y., where he was born 28 Aug. 1830. They settled at Ottumwa, Iowa, 
and were living there in Aug. 1875, without children. He enlisted, 24 May 
1 86 1, as private in Co. H, I3th Reg., 111. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged 
as a sergeant, 18 June 1864, having taken part in the battles at Chickasaw 
Bayou, Arkansas Post, Jackson, the siege of Vicksburgh, Tuscumbia, 
Lookout Mountain, Mission Ridge, and Ringgold Gap. 

V. Devere Truesdell, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 4 July 1838; married, 
in Nov. 1861, Henrietta Lawrence. They were living at Ithaca, N. Y., in 
July 1875. 



Chil. of Gamaliel and Phebe (Riker) Truesdell. 



15060 



2505 
15064 



I. John Truesdell, twin, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 2 July 1828; a 
farmer; married at Independence, Mich., 30 Jan. 1851, Margaret Jane 
Edmonson, dau. of Joseph and Huldah Matilda (Bailey) Edmonson, ofj 7371 
Independence. She was born in Sussex Co., N. J., 19 Nov. 1833. They 
dwelt at Brandon, Mich., four years; at Independence, Mich., eight years; 

at Rose, Mich., twelve years; and lived, in Oct. 1875, at Davisburgh, 
Mich. 

II. James Truesdell, twin, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 2 July 1828 ; died 
at Big Flats, 20 Jan. 1829, and was buried there. 

III. Hannah Emma Truesdell, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 21 June 1830; 
married at Brandon, Mich., I Jan. 1851, Jeduthan Predmore, a clerk, son 
of Joshua and Jemima (Griggs) Predmore, of Brandon. He was born at 
Sparta, N. J., 29 Aug. 1827. They dwelt at Brandon till 1854; and then 



Whitney Family. 

settled at Romeo, Mich., where they were living, without children, in Aug. 
1875. 

7437 IV. Gamaliel Truesdell, b. at Big Flats, N. Y., 28 May 1832; died 
j at Big Flats, 17 Sept. 1832, and was buried there. 

V. Josiah Bennett Truesdell, b. at Independence, Mich., i Sept 
1833; a machinist; married at Clarkston, Mich., 5 Sept. 1857, by Rev. J. 
Edmonson, Methodist Episcopal, to Helen Pauline Van Tine, dau. of 
Charles and Abigail (Brown) Van Tine, of Canandaigua, N. Y. She was 
born at Clarence, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1833. They dwelt in Oakland Co., Mich., 
four years; and then settled at Corunna, Mich., where they were living in 
Sept. 1875. 

VI. Hester Ann Truesdell, b. at Independence, Mich., 23 July 1836; 
married in Michigan, 12 May 1853, James Demorest. They were living 
at Akron, Mich., in Aug. 1875. 

VII. Alfred Smith Truesdell, b. at Independence, Mich., 27 Oct. 
1838; died in Michigan, 3 Oct. 1855. 

VIII. Sarah Maria Truesdell, b. at Independence, Mich., 20 Jan. 
1841; married at Detroit, Mich., Ezra May. They were living at Union- 
ville, Mich., in Aug. 1875. 

IX. Lemoine Truesdell, b. at Independence, Mich., 27 June 1843; 
and was living at Bay City, Mich., in Sept. 1875. 

X. James Riker Truesdell, b. at Brandon, Mich., 28 Nov. 1845; 
a blacksmith; married at Detroit, Mich., 13 Jan. 1872, Ella Gertrude 
Gardner, dau. of John W. and Phebe Ann (Phillips) Gardner, of Eagle, 
Mich. She was born at DeWitt, Mich., 13 March 1852. They dwelt at 
DeWitt, Clare, and North Lansing, Mich.; and were living in the latter 
place in Sept. 1875. 

XI. Samuel Truesdell, b. at Independence, Mich., 3 July 1847; died 
3 July 1847. 

XII. Marcus Riker Truesdell, b. at Brandon, Mich., 23 July 1848; 
married at Syracuse, N. Y., II June 1873, Jenny M. Conover; and lived 
at Flint, Mich., in Aug. 1875. 

XIII. Phebe Elizabeth Truesdell, b. at Brandon, Mich., 4 July 
1850; married at Romeo, Mich., 25 Aug. 1868, John Wesley KlrkhufT, a 
railway-conductor and (since 1874) a farmer, son of Isaac and Jane DeCoe 



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7449 
7450 

7451 



7452 
7453 

7454 



(Cole) Kirkhuff, of Fenton, Mich., formerly of Hardwick, N. J., where he 
was born 26 June 1839. They settled at Fenton, and were living there in 
Sept. 1875. 



Chil. of John and Sally Maria (Truesdell) Carpenter. 

I. Daniel Carpenter, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 7 Ap. 1846; a farmer; 
married at Centreville, in Springfield, Penn., 13 Ap. 1867, by Squire 
Beckwith, to Phebe Sample, dau. of Robert and Elizabeth (McConnell) 
Sample, of Big Flats, N. Y. She was born at Chemung, N. Y., 6 
Dec. 1846. They were living at Horseheads in Jan. 1876, without 
children. 

II. Esther T. Carpenter, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 16 Jan. 1852 ; and 
was living there in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of Daniel Burrows and Adeline (Wood) Westlake. 

I. Julia Augusta Westlake, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 10 Oct. 1837 ; 
died there, 19 Oct. 1841, and was buried in the Westlake Cemetery. 

II. Zenas Hutchinson Westlake, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 23 Jan. 
1840; died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 2 Aug. 1845, an ^ was buried in Williams- 
burgh, N. Y. 

III. William Wood Westlake, b. at Breesport, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1843; 
a clerk ; enlisted at Norwalk, Conn., 9 Aug. 1862, in Co. A, I7th Reg., 
Conn. Vol. Infantry; was wounded in the battle of Gettysburgh, Penn., 2 
July 1863; suffered amputation of a leg; died at Gettysburgh, 24 July 
1863, and was buried at Norwalk. 

IV. Julia Augusta Westlake, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 30 May 1845; 
and was living there, unmarried, at 202 Carroll Place, in June 1 876. 



V. 



Westlake, twin, a dau., b. at Veteran, N. Y., 15 Nov. 



1855; died aged one week. 

VI. Edward Augustus Westlake, twin, b. at Veteran, N. Y., 15 
Nov. 1855; was adopted by Benjamin and Harriet Yale (Wood) Westlake, 
of 202 Carroll Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.; and died there. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Daniel Burrows and Elizabeth (Sayre) Westlako. 

VII. Henry Bentley Westlake, b. at Veteran, N. Y., 8 Nov. 1859. 

VIII. William Westlake, b. at Veteran, N. Y., 15 May 1865. 

Chil. of George and Ann (Westlake) SufTern. 

I to IV. Three sons living at Addison, N. Y., and one son " at the 
south," in June 1876. 

Chil. of Lewis and Mary E. (Westlake) Carpenter. 

I. Clarence Carpenter, b. 24 Dec. 1841; died i March 1842, and 
was buried in the Westlake Cemetery, at Horseheads, N. Y. 

II. Mary Carpenter, b. 27 May 1843; died 6 June 1843, a d was 
buried in the Westlake Cemetery, at Horseheads, N. Y. 

III. Sarah E. Carpenter, b. 4 May 1846; died 22 May 1846, and 
was buried in the Westlake Cemetery, at Horseheads, N. Y. 

Chil. of John and Ann (Carpenter) Thorn. 

I. Elizabeth Carpenter Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 26 June 
1824; a milliner; married at the Methodist parsonage in Horseheads, II 
Ap. 1858, by Rev. John Day, to Ebenezer Mather, a carpenter and joiner, 
son of Silas and Mary (Mather) Mather. He was born at Minisink, N. Y., 
I Dec. 1806; died at Horseheads, 2 July 1867; and was buried in Horse- 
heads Cemetery. She was living at Horseheads in June 1876, without 
children. 

II. Mary Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 22 Oct. 1825; married in 
1842, at Drayton Plains, in Waterford, Mich., Robert Stewart, a farmer, 
son of John and Sarah (Bird) Stewart, of Hackettstown, N.J. He was 
born in Warren County, N. J., 26 Oct. 1816. They settled at Drayton 
Plains, and were living there in June 1876. 

III. Harriet Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., i Jan. 1828; married, 4 
July 1846, Warren Lincoln, a grocer, of Horseheads; died at Breesport, 



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N. Y., 23 Nov. 1853, and was buried at Horseheads. He was living in 
Pennsylvania in June 1876. 

IV. Townsend Thorn, twin, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 31 July 1830; 
died when one week old. 

V. Fanny Sayer Thorn, twin, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 31 July 1830; 
married in Sept. 1855, at her father's house in Horseheads, Jacob Dobell, 
a grocer, born 30 Ap. 1821, son of William and Sarah (Williams) Dobell. 
They settled at Horseheads; where she died 8 Sept. 1870, and was buried 
in Horseheads Cemetery. He was living at Breesport, N. Y., in June 



VI. Henry Carpenter Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 15 Nov. 1832; 
a farmer; married at Elmira, N. Y., 2 Aug. 1855, by Rev. Charles C. Carr, 
Presbyterian, to Delphine C. Roberts, dau. of Samuel and Catharine 
(Bixby) Roberts, of Elmira, where she was born 8 June 1832. They 

i in Horseheads, two and a half miles east of the village, and were 
living there in June 1876. 

VII. Letitia Smith Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 12 Feb. 1835; 
married at Veteran, N. Y., 3 July 1852, Gilbert Chamberlin Overpack, a 
farmer, son of George and Remercy (Chidester) Overpack, of Sussex Co., 

He was born at Perry, Penn. They dwelt at Independence, Mich., 
for seven years; at Holly, Mich., five years; at Rose, Mich., three years; 
and then settled at Brady, Mich., where they were living in July 1876. 

VIII. Ann Carpenter Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 15 June 1837; 15101 
married there, 21 Nov. 1 860, by Rev. Philetus Olney, Baptist, to John 
Springsted Bowman, a farmer, son of Francis and Sarah (Bull) Bowman, 

of Horseheads, where he was born 4 June 1836. They settled at Horse- 
heads, and were living there in June 1876. 

IX. Daniel Lounsbury Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 21 Nov. 15106 
839; a farmer; married at Horseheads, 11 March 1868, by Rev. D. 

Porter Leas, Baptist, to Margaret A. Harding, dau. of Elisha and Jane 
(Sunderland) Harding, of Erin, N. Y., where she was born 24 March 1840. 
They settled at Horseheads, on his father's homestead, and were living 
there in June 1876, three miles east of the village. They are members of 
the Baptist Church. 

X. Sarah Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y.,' i Oct. 1841; died at 
Horseheads, 5 March 1857, and was buried there. 

XI. Townsend Carpenter Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 2 Jan. 15107 






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7477 



747 



7479 



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Whitney Family. 



1844; a farmer; married at Horseheads, 27 Jan. 1863, Fanny Ormston, 
born 1 6 Oct. 1838, dau. of John and Helen Ormston. They settled at 
Horseheads, and were living there in June 1876, three miles east of the 
village. 

XII. Ellen Smith Thorn, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 5 May 1850; 
died at Horseheads, unmarried, 27 Jan. 1 870, and was buried in Horseheads 
Cemetery. 



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Chil. of John Truesdell and Elizabeth Shoemaker (Rutan) 

Carpenter. 

I. Townsend Carpenter, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 12 May 1850; a 
farmer; married at Horseheads, 4 Oct. 1868, Mary Ann McCabe, dau. of 
Owen and Elizabeth (Finn) McCabe, of Elmira, N. Y. She was born at 
Horseheads, 15 Oct. 1852. They settled at Horseheads, and were living 
there in June 1876. 

II. Theodore Townsend Carpenter, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 15 
Nov. 1851; a carpenter; married in March 1875, at Horseheads, Louisa 
Vail, dau. of Charles and (Wilcox) Vail. They settled at Horse- 
heads, and were living there in June 1 876. 



Chil. of John Wheeler and Elizabeth (Carpenter) Beardsley. 

I. Harriet Wright Beardsley, b. at Elmira, N. Y., 8 Oct. 1829; died 
at Independence, Mich., 28 Aug. 1862, and was buried there. 

II. Townsend Carpenter Beardsley, b. at Independence, Mich., 
1 8 Feb. 1832, the first white child born in that town; a lawyer; married 
Allie Patrick, of Pontiac, Mich. He served, as captain, in the 22d Reg., 
Mich. Volunteers; died in the army at Nashville, Tenn., 22 Aug. 1863; 
and was buried at Independence. She was living at Pontiac in May 1876. 

III. Robert Beardsley, b. at Independence, Mich., 14 July 1835; 
married Louise Van Zant, dau. of Beekman Van Zant. They settled at 
Drayton Plains, Mich., and were living there in May 1876. He served in 
the war of 1861. 

IV. Noah Carpenter Beardsley, b. at Independence, Mich., 24 Dec. 
1837; married Josephine Fleming, dau. of Thomas Fleming, of New 
Jersey. They were living at Brandon, Mich., in May 1876. 

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7492 



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V. Annie Beardsley, b. at Independence, Mich., 20 May 1844; mar- 15119 
ried William Leggett, son of Augustus and Eliza (Seaman) Leggett, of 
Long Island, N. Y. They were living at 566 Third Street, Detroit, Mich., 

in May 1876. 

VI. Henry Beardsley, b. at Independence, Mich., 28 Aug. 1846. 

VII. Nettie Beardsley, b. at Independence, Mich., 8 March 1851; 15121 
married Andrew Reid, of Detroit, Mich. They were living at Detroit 

in May 1876. 



Chil. of Townsend and Jane (Froat) Carpenter. 

I. Elizabeth Carpenter, b. at Canandaigua, N. Y.; and was reported 
as living there in May 1 876. She is married, but the name of her husband 
has not been ascertained. 

II. Henry Carpenter, b. at Canandaigua, N. Y., about 1846 ; a bank- 
clerk; was reported as living at Detroit, Mich., in May 1876. 



Chil. of Noah Townsend and Sarah (McDougall) Carpenter. 

I. Carpenter, died in Illinois. 

II. Carpenter, died on the overland route to California. 

III. Carpenter, died in California. 



Child of Delaber Truesdell and Peninnah (Fisher) Burrows. 

I. Burrows, a son, who was reported, in May 1875, as living 

near his parents, at Fentonville, Mich. 



2522 



2523 



2524 



Chil. of Joel and Rebecca Dusenbury (Burrows) Craft. 

I. Melissa Jane Craft, b. at Rose, Mich., 14 March 1847; died 4 
Aug. 1847. 

II. Craft, a son, b. at Rose, Mich., date not given ; died soon 

after. 



2527 



7493 



7494 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Benjamin Westlake and Elizabeth (Douglass) Burrows. 



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7501 
7502 

7503 



III. George Westlake Burrows, b. at Washington, Ohio, 15 Sept 
1851; a farmer; married at Crane, Ohio, 20 Oct. 1872, Sarah Ann Burrows, 
born at Independence, Mich., 10 Ap. 1853, dau. of John and Augusta 
Theresa (Farnsworth) Burrows. They settled at Crane, and were living 
there in May 1875. 

IV. Leroy Douglass Burrows, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 3 March 
1854; and was living at Cecil, Ohio, in May 1875, unmarried. 

V. Delaber Truesdell Burrows, b. at Reed, Ohio, 3 May 1856. 

VI. Mary Burrows, b. at Reed, Ohio, 3 Oct 1858. 

VII. Sarah Elizabeth Burrows, b. at Crane, Ohio, 4 July 1861. 

VIII. Emily Burrows, b. at Crane, Ohio, 4 July 1864. 

IX. Arminda Westlake Burrows, b. at Crane, Ohio, 28 Feb. 1867. 

X. Benjamin Butler Burrows, b. at Crane, Ohio, 25 Sept. 1869. 

Child of Benjamin Westlake and Augusta Theresa (Farnsworth) 

Burrows. 

XI. Esther May Burrows, b. at Crane, Ohio, 23 Jan. 187^. 



Chil. of George Westlake and Sarah E. (Dean) Burrows. 



7504 I. Celestia T. Burrows, married 
Fairfield, Mich., in Sept. 1875. 



Drake; and was living at 



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2529 



I. Charles Westlake Burrows, b. at Reed, Ohio, 28 Oct. 1847; a 15124 
farmer; married at Paulding, Ohio, 17 March 1871, Mary Esther Hanviiie, 

dau. of Israel and Sarah (Mapes) Hanviiie, of Blue, Ohio. She was born 
at Brown, Ohio, 3 July 1852. They were living at Crane, Ohio, in June 
1875. 

II. Zephaniah Hathaway Burrows, b at Reed, Ohio, 11 Nov. 
1849; a soldier in Co. E, i$th Reg., U. S. Infantry, at Fort Baird, New 
Mexico, in May 1875. 



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7510 

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7512 
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7514 



Eighth Generation. 



II. Harriet E. Burrows, married George Stowell ; and was living at 
Blissfield, Mich., in Sept. 1875. 

III. Alice A. Burrows, was living with her sister, Mrs. Stowell, at 
Blissfield, Mich., in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of Lovern Bostwiek and Esther Truesdell (Burrows) Silver. 2533 

I. William Burrows Silver, b. at Campbelltown, N. Y., 29 Ap. 1857. 

II. Carl Burrows Silver, b. at Salem, Ohio, i Aug. 1863. 



Chil. of Charles Taylor and Margaret Ann (Burrows) Norton. 

I. Anna Eliza Morton, b. at Toronto, Canada West, 14 Ap. 1858. 

II. Nettie Gertrude Morton, b. at Campbelltown, N. Y., 12 Sept. 
1859. 

III. Esther Silver Morton, b. at Campbelltown, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1860. 

IV. Finella Maria Morton, b. at Campbelltown, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1862. 

V. Charles Edward Morton, b. at Campbelltown, N. Y., 16 Aug. 
1863. 



Chil. of Josiah Truesdell and Amanda (Mute) Burrows. 

I. Etta A. Burrows, b. at Campbell, N. Y., 5 June 1859; an< 3 was 
living there in May 1875. 



7515 II. Stephen Burrows, b. at Campbell, N. Y., 2 Nov. 1860; died at 
Campbell, 23 Oct. 1863, and was buried there. 

7516 III. Daniel Ely Burrows, b. at Campbell, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1866. 

7517 IV. Deborah Nute Burrows, b. at Campbell, N. Y., 29 Nov. 1869; 
died at Campbell, 4 Sept. 1 870, and was buried there. 



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2535 



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7520 



7521 



7522 



7523 



7524 
7525 



7526 



7527 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of John Smith and Adelia (Whitney) Older. 

I. John Whitney Older, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1831; died at 
Adrian, Mich., 24 Ap. 1838, and was buried in Adrian Centre Cemetery. 

II. William Volney Older, b. at Adrian, Mich., 10 Jan. 1833; a 
farmer; married at Osseo, Mich., 15 May 1863, Esther Turner, dau. of 
Horace and Deborah (Turrell) Turner, of Adams, Mich. She was 
Parma, N. Y., 13 Nov. 1838. They settled at Adams, and were living there 
in Jan. 1875. 

III. Mary Whitney Older, b. at Adrian, Mich., 25 Ap. 1835; died 
at Adrian, 19 Sept. 1838, and was buried in Adrian Centre Cemetery. 

IV. Emily Hart Older, b. at Adrian, Mich., 6 Sept. 1836; died at 
Adrian, 28 Feb. 1839, and was buried in Adrian Centre Cemetery. 

V. Ann Eliza Ketcham Older, b. at Adrian, Mich., 10 Sept. 1838; 
died at Hillsdale, Mich., 18 Nov. 1854, and was buried in Evergreen Cem- 
etery, at Adams, Mich. 

VI. Edgar John Older, b. at Adrian, Mich., 19 Sept. 1841 ; a farmer; 
married in her father's house at Adrian, 8 Sept. 1867, Miriam Coy, who 
was born at Avon, N. Y., 24 Nov. 1840, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Dunn) 
Coy. They settled at Adrian, and were living there in Jan. 1874, without 
children. He served for three months in the war of 1861. 

VII. Jefferson Older, b. at Adrian, Mich., 30 Nov. 1843; ancl died 
there, 17 Sept. 1845. 

VIII. Daniel Marion Older, b. at Hillsdale, Mich., 26 March 1849; 
and was living in Jan. 1875. 



Child of Daniel Sears and Lydia Louisa (Walworth) Whitney. 

I. Sarah Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 13 June 1835; died at Adrian, 
13 Ap. 1838, and was buried in Adrian Centre Cemetery. 



Chil. of Volney Beckner and Fanny Melissa (Austin) Whitney. 

I. Mary Eveline Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 25 Jan. 1849; died 
at Adams, Mich., 27 Sept. 1864, and was buried there, in Evergreen 
Cemetery. 





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7535 



7536 



7537 



7538 



II. Emma Augusta Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich. ,15 Oct. 1850; 15128 
married at Adams, Mich., 22 Dec. 1870, by Rev. William S. Fuller, 
Methodist, to Lemuel Wheaton, a carpenter and farmer, son of William 
and Harriet Newell (Beach) Wheaton, of Adams. He was born at Lodi, 
Mich., 3 May 1845. They settled, 8 Nov. 1871, at Chester, Mich., and 
were living there in June 1875. 

7529 III. Ellen Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 9 Nov. 1852; died there, 2 

Dec. 1852, and was buried in Adrian Centre Cemetery, on her grandfather's 
farm. 



IV. John Mason Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 1 1 Nov. 1853; died 
there, 27 Nov. 1853, and was buried in Adrian Centre Cemetery. 

V. Ida Adelia Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 7 May 1855; and was 
living with her mother, at Osseo, Mich., in Jan. 1875. 

VI. Jane Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 10 July 1857; died there, 9 
Nov. 1857, and was buried in Adrian Centre Cemetery. 

VII. Edward Everett Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 5 Sept. 1859; 
was drowned, 13 Aug. 1874, at Adams, Mich., and was buried there, in 
Evergreen Cemetery. 

VIII. Esther Amelia Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 26 July 1861; 
and was living with her mother, at Osseo, Mich., in Jan. 1875. 

IX. Charles Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 12 Nov. 1863; was living 
with his mother, at Osseo, Mich., in Jan. 1875, the only male descendant 
of his grandfather, bearing the name of Whitney. 



Child of John Adams and Sarah (Whitney) Ross. 

I. Sarah ROSS, b. at Shelby Centre, N. Y., about 1822; died in infancy, 
aged two or three months. 

Chil. of John Adams and Abigail (Whitney) Ross. 



2546 



2547 



II. Samuel Whitney Ross, b. at Shelby Centre, N. Y., in Oct. or 15130 
Nov. 1824; died at Shelby Centre, in July or Aug. 1826, aged i year and 

9 months, and was buried there. 

III. Sarah Ross, b. at Shelby Centre, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1826; married at 



Whitney Family. 



7539 



7540 



754' 



1175 



Medina, N. Y., 12 June 1849, by Rev. C. N. Chandler, Baptist, to Warham 
Mudge, a minister of the Baptist Church, son of Richard and Lucy 
(Lee) Mudge, of Guilford, N. Y., where he was born 27 Sept. 1823. The 
Mudgc Memorial, pp. 159-60, says of him: "He resided with his father 
until his eighteenth year, when, prompted by a desire to preach the gospel, 
he went to reside with his brother, Colby, in the town of Kendall, Orleans 
Co., N. Y. Here he attended a select school two years, during which 
time he made a profession of religion ; after which he entered Hamilton 
Theological Seminary, which, while he remained there, became Madison 
University. After three years' study, he began to preach, and was 
ordained as pastor of the First Baptist Church in Kendall, March 22, 1849, 
and remained its pastor till Jan. 8, 1851, when he was appointed missionary 
to the district of Tonawanda, N. Y. His health failing him, he resigned 
this charge the first year, and afterward preached in the town of Carlton, 
N. Y., [from March 1852 till Nov. 1853]; then in the town of Horse Heads, 
Chemung Co., where he preached four years, during which time he baptized 
nearly one hundred converts. Receiving a call from the Baptist church in 
Palmyra, he entered upon that pastorate in 1855 [should be 1857], and 
preached here five years, and baptized nearly one hundred more. On the 
breaking out of the SouthernRebellion, induced by patriotic motives, he 
resigned his charge and entered the army as chaplain of the I38th Regi- 
ment of N. Y. Volunteers, September 1861, and served upwards of two 
years ; was discharged on account of his health, and returned to Palmyra, 
where he resided on his farm till February 1866, when he sold it, and 
removed to the town of Wilson, Niagara Co., N. Y., where he now resides 
as pastor of the Baptist church." In 1870, they moved from Wilson to 
Nunda, N. Y.; and in 1873, to Olean, N. Y., where he was pastor of the 
Baptist Church in Feb. 1875. 

IV. Caroline Elizabeth Ross, 1>. at Medina, N. Y., 6 Ap. 1829; 
married at Shelby, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1855, by ^ ev - Alanson Draper, Baptist, 
to Robert Colman, a farmer, son of John and Sarah (Walpole) Colman, of 
England. They settled at Butler, Mich.; and she was living there in Jan. 
1875. He enlisted at Butler, 29 Aug. 1864, in Co. A, 28th Reg., Mich. Vol.; 
and died of typhoid fever, 14 Feb. 1865, in the hospital at Nashville, Tenn. 

V. Helen Bagley Ross, b. at Medina, N. Y., 4 Sept 1834; married 
at Horseheads, N. Y., 8 Nov. 1854, by Rev. Warham Mudge, to Joseph 
Warren Ross, a druggist, born in May 1826, son of Daniel Ross, of Shelby. 
They dwelt at Portland, Mich., in Feb. 1875. 

VI. Mary Frances Ross, b. at Medina, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1837 ; married 
at Geneva, N. Y., 11 June 1859, by Rev. B. B. Gibbs, Baptist, to James 
Mann Sherman. They settled at Palmyra, N. Y.; and moved, in March 
1875, to Mason, Mich. 



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7546 



7547 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Job and Caroline (Porter) Whitney. 2548 

I. William Porter Whitney, b. at Knowlesville, in Ridgeway, N. Y., 
10 Dec. 1832; a farmer; married at Grand Rapids, Mich., 19 Ap. 1853, 
Jane Temperance Withey, whose father then lived at Paris, Mich. She 
was born at Almond, N. Y., 2 March 1832, dau. of Alanson Bradley and 
Eunice (Haskins) Withey, and g. dau. of Micah and Sally (Hazleton) 
Haskins. They dwelt at Wyoming, Mich., for ten years ; at Paris, one 
year; and then moved, in 1864, to Byron, Mich., where they were living, 
without children, in March 1875. He has been justice of the peace, and 
has been supervisor of the town of Byron since 1867. 

II. Clarissa Adelia Whitney, b. at Knowlesville, in Ridgeway, 
N. Y., 23 Oct. 1842 ; married at Grand Rapids, Mich., 31 Aug. 1867, John 
W. Sullivan. They were living at Fisher, Mich., in 1873. 

III. James Cillespie Whitney, b. at Knowlesville, in Ridgeway, 
N. Y., 10 Dec. 1844; and was living with his father, at Byron, Mich., in 
1873- 



Chil. of Samuel Carpenter and Sarah Luclnda (Locklin) Whitney. 2550 

I. Mary Jane Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 20 Nov. 1835; married 15139 
at Barre, N. Y., 13 May 1860, by Rev. J. F. Mason, Methodist, to Charles 
Henry Corey, a farmer, son of John and Zerna (Bentley) Corey, of Shelby, 
where he was born 8 June 1837. They dwelt at Barre for six months ; at 
Shelby till 1864; at Ridgeway for six months; and then returned to 
Shelby, where they were living in 1873. 

II. Martha Ann Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 31 March 1842; 
married there, in her father's house, 3 July 1870, by Rev. Ebenezer 
Edwards, Baptist, to Benjamin House Dunlap, a farmer, son of William 
and Betsey (Hunt) Dunlap, of Shelby, where he was born 1 1 Aug. 
1840. They settled at Shelby, and were living there, without children, 
in 1873. 

III. Laura Maria Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 19 Sept. 1847; and 
was living there, with her parents, in 1873. 



7548 IV. James Burt Whitney, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1851; and 
i was living there, with his parents, in 1873. 



7550 



7552 



7553 



7554 



7555 



7556 



7557 



7558 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Willard and Eliza Ann (Whitney) Post. 

7549 I. William Jay Post, twin, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 9 June 1834; and 
was living at Grant, Mich., in 1873. 



II. Emily Ann Post, twin, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 9 June 1834; mar- 
ried in Hillsdale Co., Mich., John Tubbs; married (2d) Anthony Chapman, 
with whom she was living at Sparta Centre, Mich., in 1873. 



7551 III. Albert Post, b. at Royalton, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1836; married at 
Three Rivers, Mich., Lydla Pentley. They settled at Three Rivers, and 
were living there in 1873. 



IV. Philinda Post, b. at Barre, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1838; married at 
Somerset, Mich., 17 Ap. 1858, by Calvin Wisner, Esq., to John Stephen 
Pool, a carpenter and joiner, who was born at Locke, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1829, 
son of William and Dorothy (Oatman) Pool. They settled at Adams, 
Mich.; moved thence, i Dec. 1863, to Ashland, Mich.; returned to Adams, 
I July 1864; and were still living there in Nov. 1873. 

V. Laura De Ett Post, b. at Barre, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1840; married in 
Hillsdale Co., Mich., Nathaniel Page. She died at North Adams, Mich., 
9 Dec. 1 866, and was buried at Somerset, Mich. 

VI. Hannah Lucinda Post, b. at Barre, N. Y., 27 Aug. 1842 ; mar- 
ried at Ashland, Mich., Charles Blood. They were living at Lake, Mich., 

in 1873. 

VII. Olive Post, b. at Somerset, Mich., 5 Oct. 1845; married at 
Ashland, Mich., Henry Shippy. They were living at Lake, Mich., in 
1873- 

VIII. Addison Willard Post, b. at Somerset, Mich., 20 March 
1849; died at Grant, Mich., 24 Feb. 1867, an d was buried at Ashland, 
Mich. 

IX. Harriet Eliza Post, b. at Somerset, Mich., 14 Sept. 1851 ; married 
at Grant, Mich., 7 July 1867, John Cleland, an engineer, son of Luther 
and Mary Louisa (Story) Cleland, of Lagrange Co., Ind., formerly of 
Steuben Co., N. Y., where he was born. They settled at Lake, Mich., and 
were living there in 1873. 

X. Willard Post, b. at Somerset, Mich., 16 June 1854; and was living 
with his mother, at Lake, Mich., in 1873. 

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'5'57 



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7559 



7560 



7561 



7562 

7563 
7564 



7565 
7566 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of Rensselaer and Eliza Ann (Whitney) Brace. 

XI. Lenora Brace, b. at Somerset, Mich., 19 Ap. 1859; and was 
living with her parents, at Lake, Mich., in 1873. 



Child of David B. and Caroline (Whitney) Jackson. 

I. Sarah Jackson, married Wyman ; and was living at Fair- 
field, Mich., in 1873. 

Chil. of Asher and Marian (Whitney) Stevens. 



2552 



2554 



2555 



I. Helen Augusta Stevens, b. at Logan, now Adrian, Mich., 10 15159 
Feb. 1831; married in Canal Street, Delphos, Ohio, 21 May 1853, by Rev. 

Mr. Warner, Lutheran, to Alanson Rhoades, a farmer, son of Palmer and 
Eliza (Link) Rhoades, of Columbia Co., N. Y., where he was born. They 
dwelt, for nineteen years, two miles from Spencerville, Ohio, and then moved 
to Delphos, where they were living in May 1 875. He enlisted, 10 Oct. 1 862, 
at Camp Lima, Ohio, in Co. A, 8ist Reg., Ohio Vol. Infantry; served 
under Sherman from Cornith to Savannah, and thence to Washington, 
D. C.; and was discharged at Louisville, Ky., 27 July 1865. 

II. William Stanton Stevens, b. i Nov. 1833; died 17 Jan. 1840, 
and was buried in Fort Amanda Cemetery. 

III. Emily Stevens, b. 17 June 1836; died 24 Dec. 1838, and was 
buried in Fort Amanda Cemetery. 

IV. Walter Scott Stevens, b. 19 Nov. 1840; enlisted, 10 Oct. 1862, 
at Camp Lima, Ohio, in Co. A, 8ist Reg., Ohio Vol. Infantry; served 
under Sherman from Corinth to Savannah, and thence to Washington, 
D. C.; and was discharged at Louisville, Ky., 27 July 1865. He is 
unmarried. 

V. Oscar Augustus Stevens, twin, b. n May 1842. 

VI. Edgar James Stevens, twin, b. 1 1 May 1842 ; enlisted, 10 Oct. 
1862, at Camp Lima, Ohio, in Co. A, 8ist Reg., Ohio Vol. Infantry; 
served under Sherman from Corinth to Savannah, and thence to Washing- 
ton, D. C.; and was discharged at Louisville, Ky., 27 July 1865. He was 
living at Delphos, Ohio, in May 1875, unmarried. 





Whitney Family. 


1179 




Chil. of Russol and Angeline (Rogers) Whitney. 


2556 


756; 


I. Sarah Ann Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 24 Feb. 1834; married 


15166 




in her father's house at Rome, Mich., 16 Oct 1851, by Lyman W. Baker, 


J 




justice of the peace, to Cornelius David 811 vernal 1, a farmer and stock- 






dealer, son of John and Rhoda (Runnels) Silvernail, of Lockport, N. Y., 






where he was born i July 1827. They dwelt at Rome from 16 Feb. 1852 






till 13 March 1861; and then moved to Edford, 111. He died at Virginia 






City, Montana, 23 Sept. 1864, and was buried there. She moved to 






Englewood, 111., i Sept. 1874, and was living there in May 1875. 




7568 


II. Helen Mar Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 23 Jan. 1835 ; married 


15171 




in her father's house at Rome, Mich., 7 Jan. 1854, John McConnell, a 






farmer, son of Amzi and Catharine (Beers) McConnell, of Ridgeway, N. Y., 






where he was born 4 May 1828. They settled at Rome, and were living 






there in March 1875. 




7569 


III. Andrew Jackson Whitney, b. at Nottawa, Mich., 7 March 


15175 




1836; a police constable; married at Adrian, Mich., 8 Sept. 1859, Mary 


J 1 J 




Jane Monaghan, dau. of John and Lucy (Kemp) Monaghan, of Cambridge, 






Mich. She was born in Suffolk County, England, 2 June 1833. They 






dwelt at Brooklyn, Mich., till 10 Ap. 1862; then moved to Geneseo, 111., 






and were living there in March 1875. He enlisted at Geneseo, 29 Sept. 






1864, in Co. B, 9th Reg., 111. Cavalry, and served till after the close of the 






war, having been, for the last nine months, commissary-sergeant of his 






company. He took part in the two days fight with Hood, following him to 






Eastport, Tenn. 




7570 


IV. Emeline Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 1 8 Aug. 1837; married 






Chester Bradley; and was living at Colfax, Iowa, in Sept. 1875, without 






children. 




757i 


V. Eleanor Phebe Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 19 March 1839; 


15177 




married at Gorham, Ohio, 30 Oct. 1859, by Alvin D. Rice, Esq., to David 


J II 




Mortimer Farwell, a carpenter, son of Hiram and Margaret (Skinner) 






Farwell, of Morenci, Mich. He was born at Gorham, i May 1 836. They 






settled at Medina, Mich.; and moved, about 1861, to Gorham. She 






removed, in 1864, to Adrian, Mich., where she was living in March 1875. 






He enlisted, 24 July 1862, at Morenci, in the Eighth Michigan Battery; 






died at Vicksburgh, Miss., 29 Aug. 1863, and was buried there. 




7572 


VI. Samson Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 20 July 1840; a farmer; 






married Jane Ann Wells. They were living on his father's farm, at Rome, 






in June 1875, without children. He was churlish enough to return our 






letters of inquiry unanswered, and refused to give any information to his 






kinsfolk who wished to make this record complete. 





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7573 


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7574 


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7575 


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7576 


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7579 


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7580 




758. 


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Eighth Generation. 



VII. Martin Van Buren Borello Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 20 
July 1842 ; enlisted at Adrian, Mich., in the Spring of 1862, in Co. B, 9th 
Reg., Mich. Cavalry; died at Rome, 3 Oct. 1864, of disease contracted in 
the army, and was buried there, in Wolf Creek Cemetery. 

VIII. Rome Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 18 Ap. 1844; enlisted at 
Adrian, Mich., in the Autumn of 1862, in Co. H, nth Reg., Mich. Cavalry; 
died of typhoid fever, 17 July 1864, in the general hospital at Lexington, 
Ky., and was buried there. 

IX. Charles Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 22 Nov. 1845 ; a farmer; 
married at Cambridge, Mich, 24 Dec. 1873, Ida Miranda Eliza Payne, dau. 
of Daniel Wing and Eliza (Peck) Payne, of Rome, where she was born 14 
July 1855. They were living at Rome, with her mother, in March 1875. 

X. Dallas Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 10 May 1847; married Emma 
Delano; and was living at Englewood, 111., in May 1875. 

XI. Augusta Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., i May 1848 ; and was 
living there, with her parents, in March 1875, unmarried. 

XII. Jeremiah Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 26 March 1852; died 
at Rome, 2 March 1861, and was buried there. 

XIII. Josephine Whitney, b. at Rome, Mich., 2 Sept. 1854; married 15 178 
at Springville, Mich., 29 Sept. 1872, by Rev. William Queal, Universalist, 

to Joseph Alfred Harris, a butcher, son of William and Eliza (Farmer) 
Harris, of Rome, where he was born, 14 July 1849. They settled at 
Rome, and were living there in March 1875. 



Child of Abel and Sarah Ann (Budlong) Whitney. 

I. Augustus Harvey Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 4 Jan. 1841 ; 
a bank-clerk; died at Adrian, 10 May 1859, and was buried in Oakwood 
Cemetery. 



Child of Edmund Burris and Rebecca (Whitney) Brown. 

I. Marian Brown, b. at Adrian, Mich., 23 Feb. 1834; died at Adrian, 
13 March 1834, and was buried there. 



2557 



2558 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Cornelius and Rebecca (Whitney) Kline. 

7582 II. William Kline, b. at Nottawa, Mich., 6 June 1853 ; died at Not- 
tawa, 14 Aug. 1853, and was buried there. 



75 8 3 in. 



7591 



Kline, a son, twin, b. at Nottawa, Mich., 31 July 1854; 



died 6 Aug. 1854. 

7584 IV. Kline, a dau., twin, b. at Nottawa, Mich., 31 July 1854; 

died 6 Aug. 1854. 

7585 V. Sarah Adelaide Kline, b. at Nottawa, Mich., 12 July 1856; 
married at Sturges, Mich., 10 Dec. 1874, by Rev. George Barnes, to 

Lee Frary, of Three Rivers, Mich. 



Chil. of William Augustus and Ellen Maria (Bixby) Whitney. 

7586 I. Dwight Avery Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 21 June 1848; a 
hotel-keeper; married at Grand Rapids, Mich., 25 Jan. 1870, Marian Celia 
Lawrence, dau. of Willis Thompson and Marian (Wadsworth) Lawrence, 
of Grand Rapids. She was born at Rochester, N. Y., 15 May 1848. They 
were living at Adrian in Jan. 1875. 

7587 II. Fanny Lee Whitney, b. at Adrian, Mich., 16 July 1859; and 
was living there, with her parents, in Dec. 1874. 



Chil. of Benjamin and Minerva (Daniels) Whitney. 

7588 I. William Aurelius Whitney, b. at Moulton, Ohio, 14 Sept. 1846; 
is married, and lived in Wisconsin in March 1875. 

7589 II. Byron Augustus Whitney, b. at Moulton, Ohio, 8 Oct. 1847; 
died there in March 1852, and was buried in Fort Amanda Cemetery, 
Amanda, Ohio. 

7590 III. Charles Herbert Whitney, b. at Moulton, Ohio, 15 Feb. 1849; 
a teacher; was living at Salem, Oregon, in March 1875, unmarried. 



IV. Elwin Whitney, b. at Moulton, Ohio, 4 Nov. 1850; a farmer; 
was living with his father, at Duchouquet, Ohio, in March 1875, unmarried. 



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2558 



2560 



2561 



Il82 


Eighth Generation. 


7592 


V. Mary Whitney, b. at Moulton, Ohio, 22 Jan. 1853 ; was living at 
Douglas, Kansas, in March 1875, unmarried. 


7593 


VI. Ida Whitney, b. at Moulton, Ohio, 12 March 1856; married 
Cooley. They were living at Douglas, Kansas, in March 1875. 




Chil. of Benjamin and Margaret Josephine (Armstrong) Whitney. 2561 


7594 


VII. Sarah Josephine Whitney, b. at Moulton, Ohio, 22 Jan. 
1858. 


7595 


VIII. Minerva Ellen Whitney, b. at Duchouquet, Ohio, 13 May 
1863 ; died there, 23 Dec. 1872, and was buried in Fort Amanda Cemetery, 
Amanda, Ohio. 


7596 


IX. Delthena Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Duchouquet, Ohio, 26 
Aug. 1866. 


7597 


X. Irene Estelle Whitney, b. at Duchouquet, Ohio, i March 1868; 
died there, 31 July 1870, and was buried in Fort Amanda Cemetery, 
Amanda, Ohio. 


7598 


XI. Minnie Clyde Whitney, b. at Duchouquet, Ohio, 24 Aug. 1870. 


7599 


XII. Florence Eveline Whitney, b. at Duchouquet, Ohio, 29 Nov. 
1872. 


7600 


XIII. Ada Rebecca Whitney, b. at Duchouquet, Ohio, 21 March 
1874. 




Chil. of William Van Rensselaer Mortimer and Sarah (Whitney) Lay ton. 2562 


7601 


I. Cyrenius Augustus Layton, b. at St. John's, in Clay, Ohio, 5 
May 1852 ; a lawyer; married at Wapakoneta, Ohio, 17 Feb. 1874, Esther 
Carlisle Rogan, whose mother then lived at Wapakoneta, her father having 
died at Thornton, Ind., 10 Ap. 1869. She was born at Bloomington, 111., 
26 March 1857, dau. of Thomas and Ellen (Owens) Rogan. He was ad- 
mitted to practice, in the Circuit Court of Ohio, 5 Sept. 1873 ; but in Feb. 
1875 was travelling for an agricultural implement firm, his residence being 
at Wapakoneta. 


7602 


II. Florence Eveline Layton, b. at St. John's, in Clay, Ohio, 16 
Dec. 1853. 



Whitney Family. 



III. Otho Clark Lay ton, b. at St. John's, in Clay, Ohio, 16 Dec. 1855; 
a student of law, with his father, in Feb. 1875. 

IV. Clarence Eugene Layton, b. at Wapakoneta, in Duchouquet, 
Ohio, 7 March 1860. 

V. William Bernard Mortimer Layton, b. at Wapakoneta, Ohio, 

I 14 Oct. 1861. 

VI. Leslie Lee Layton, b. at Wapakoneta, Ohio, 12 Nov. 1863. 



Chil. of Benjamin Franklin and Eliza (Thurstln) Coldsborough. 

I. Judson Adoniram Coldsborough, b. at Shelby, N. Y., 24 Sept. 
1830; married, 2 Sept. 1852, Lydla Mandana King, dau. of William King. 
He enlisted at Grand Rapids, Mich., in the Autumn of 1864, in Co. I, 2ist 
Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; was killed in battle at Bentonville, N. C., 19 

March 1865, and was buried there. She married (2d) Baird, and 

was living at Grand Rapids in March 1875. 

II. Lydia Ann Coldsborough, b. at Logan, now Adrian, Mich., 8 
Sept. 1832; married there, 24 Oct. 1847, b y Rev. Russel Hervey, Baptist, 
to David Burgess Older, a farmer, son of William and Caroline (Hagaman) 
Older, of Adrian since 1833. He was born at Shelby, N. Y., 13 July, 
1823. They settled at Adrian, and were living there in March 1875. 

III. Sarah Jane Coldsborough, b. at Adrian, Mich., 18 Aug. 1834; 
died at Adrian, i Sept. 1844, and was buried there. 

IV. Jerome Buonaparte Coldsborough, b. at Adrian, Mich., 10 
Sept. 1836; a book-keeper ; married at Rockford, Mich., 30 Dec. 1857, by 
her father, a Baptist minister, to Susan Bond Prescott, dau. of Rev. Francis 
and Mary (Bond) Prescott, of Rockford. She was born at Cooperstown, 
N. Y., 25 June 1838. They settled at Grand Rapids, Mich.; where she 
died 1 8 Dec. 1863, and was buried in the Fulton Street Cemetery. He 
was married (2d), 4 May 1864, at Paris, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Reed, Baptist, 

j to Mary Alvira Chapman, dau. of Willard and Patty (Stone) Chapman, of 
Paris, where she was born 3 1 March 1 836. They were living, in March 
1875, at Grand Rapids, which has been his home since 12 Nov. 1850. He 
enlisted there, 23 Sept. 1861, in the 1st Reg., Mich. Engineers and 
Mechanics; and served till 30 Jan. 1863, when he was discharged for 
disability. 



Il8 3 



2564 
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15180 



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1184 



761 



7612 



7613 



7614 



7615 



7616 
7617 
7618 
7619 
7620 



7621 



Eighth Generation. 



V. Eliza Arvilla Goldsborough, b. at Adrian, Mich., 17 March 
1839 ; died at Grand Rapids, Mich., 7 Aug. 1854, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Stephen Blanchard and Mellnda (Coldsborough) Crawford. 2565 

I. Allen Crawford, b. at Springport, Mich., 28 March 1839; a farmer; 1 5 186 
married in her father's house, I Feb. 1860, Annette Onderdonk, dau. of 
Henry Palmer and Sarah Maria (Griswold) Onderdonk, of Hamlin, Mich., 
where she was born i Feb. 1839. They were living at Springport in Jan. 

1875, on his father's homestead of two hundred and forty acres. He has 
been supervisor of the town for two terms. 

II. Lucinda Crawford, twin, b. at Springport, Mich., 23 Oct. 1841; 
married at Lansing, Mich., 1 1 Ap. 1860, Thomas Green Pray, an attorney- 
at-law, who was born at Richfield, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1819, son of Thomas 
Wood and Polly (Green) Pray. They were living at Marshall, Mich., in 
Jan. 1875, without children. 

III. Lorinda Crawford, twin, b. at Springport, Mich., 23 Oct. 1841; 
died there, 20 Feb. 1847, and was buried in Springport Cemetery. 

IV. Stephen Morrison Crawford, b. at Springport, Mich., 5 Jan. 
1852 ; and was living at Chicago, 111., in Feb. 1875, unmarried. He is a 
travelling salesman for a wholesale grocer of Chicago. 



Chil. of Artemas and Lucinda (Coldsborough) Allen. 

I. Harriet Allen. 

II. Irving Allen. 

III. Artemas Allen, died young. 

IV. Helen Allen. 

V. Artemas Allen. 



Chil. of James and Mary Ann (Laraway) Coldsborough. 

I. Robert Coldsborough, b. at Adrian, Mich., 21 Nov. 1846; mar- 
ried at Medina, Mich., 21 Aug. 1872, Vinia E. Morse, dau. of Charles and 



2566 



2571 





Whitney Family. 


1185 



Sarah (Folit) Morse. They were living at Big Rapids, Mich., in Dec. 
1874. 

7622 , II. Charles Adna Goldsborough, b. at Adrian, Mich., 26 May 

1848; died at Adrian, 17 Feb. 1851, and was buried there. 

7623 III. Hascal L. Coldsborough, b. at Adrian, Mich., 17 June 1852 ; 
married, 4 Nov. 1874, Lilian Bentley, dau. of Ralph and Elizabeth Bentley. 
They were living at Morenci, Mich., in Dec. 1874. 

7624 IV. Frederick A. Coldsborough, b. at Medina, Mich., i Nov. 1854; 
and was living at Charlotte, Mich., in Dec. 1874. 

7625 V. Clarence A. Coldsborough, b. at Medina, Mich., 15 Nov. 1861; 
and was living at Charlotte, Mich., in Dec. 1874. 

7626 VI. Charles Coldsborough, b. at Medina, Mich., 21 Oct. 1863; 
died at Medina, 6 Feb. 1864, and was buried there. 



Chll. of William E. and Caroline (Coldsborough) Burton. 

7627 I. Sarah Burton. 

7628 II. Mortimer Burton. 

7629 III. Frederick Burton. 

7630 IV. Arvilla Burton. 

7631 V, VI, and VII. Three children, whose names have not been obtained. 

to 

7633 

Chil. of Albert Jay and Arvilla Burrows (Coldsborough) Chapped. 

7634 I. Harriet Eva Chapped, b. at 4 Division Street, Adrian, Mich., 
13 May 1853 ; was a student in Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, Mass., 
in Jan. 1875. 

7635 II. Adelbert Willis Chapped, b. at 4 Division Street, Adrian, Mich., 
j 17 Feb. 1858. 

7636 III. Allen Jay Chapped, b. at 13 Main Street, Adrian, Mich., 28 
July 1867. 



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2574 



n86 



7637 



7638 



7639 



7640 



7641 



7642 



7643 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Anson Shay and Mary Jane (McMurphy) Whitney. 

I. Robert Francis Whitney, b. at Batavia, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1836; a 
miller; married at Morenci, Mich., 20 Feb. 1865, by Rev. Mr. Steward, 
Baptist, to Mary Ann Coodremont, dau. of Lewis Goodremont, of Morenci, 
formerly of Hartland, N. Y., where she was born. They were living at 
Norvell, Mich., in Dec. 1874. 

II. Elizabeth Roxana Whitney, b. at Medina, N. Y., 4 March 1838; 
married at North Pembroke, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1852, by John Monroe, Esq., 
to Samuel Jack, son of Samuel and Betsey (Husted) Jack. They settled 
at East Pembroke, and were living there in Dec. 1 874. 



2576 
15189 



15190 



III. Louisa Jane Whitney, b. at Medina, N. Y., 9 Oct. 1842 ; 
at Medina, 31 Oct. 1843, and was buried there. 



died 



IV. Charles Myron Whitney, b. at Medina, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1846; 
a farmer; was living with his father in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 

V. Mary Louisa Whitney, b. at North Pembroke, N. Y., 5 Nov. 
1 848 ; married there, 5 Nov. 1 868, by Rev. Aaron C. Parker, Christian, to 
Wallace James Wiley, a farmer, son of James Cumings and Elizabeth 
(Corbet) Wiley, of Pembroke, N. Y., where he was born 24 July 1843. 
They settled at North Pembroke, and were living there in Dec. 1 874, with- 
out children. 



Child of Gilbert Wood and Sally (Todd) Curtis. 



Chil. of Ransom and Sally Ann (Wade) Todd. 

I. Sarah Jane Todd, b. at Ypsilanti, Mich., 21 Ap. 1830; married at 
Lyons, Mich., I Sept. 1853, by Rev. Alanson Cornell, Baptist, to Gideon 
Abbot Hendrick, a druggist, son of Gideon Abbot and Mary Elizabeth 
(Kniffen) Hendrick, of Hornby, N. Y. He was born at Catlin, now Dix, 



2582 



I. Hannah Maria Curtis, b. at Ransomville, N. Y., 3 Oct. 1826; 15195 
married in the Baptist Church at Porter, N. Y., 16 Nov. 1845, by the 
pastor, Rev. William Sawyer, to Sackett Ostrom, a farmer, born in Dutchess 
Co., N. Y., 17 June 1823, son of John and Ede Ostrom. They moved to 
Hadley, Mich., 6 Nov. 1854; and thence, 12 Ap. 1858, to Elba, Mich., 
where they were living in June 1875. He has been town-clerk for six 
years, and has held other town-offices for eight years. 



2523 



7644 



7645 

7 6 4 6 

7647 



7648 



7649 



Whitney family. 



1187 



N. Y., 22 Oct. 1825. They settled at Lyons. She died without children, 
in her father's house at Adrian, Mich., 7 Sept. 1854, and was buried in 
Adrian. He was living at Muir, Mich., in Ap. 1875 ; having married (2d), 
30 June 1855, at Lyons, Ida Eliza Mattison, who was born at Richmond, 
Yorkshire, England, 23 Jan. 1831. He graduated in the Genesee Wesleyan 
College at Lima, N. Y.; and in the Medical College at Willoughby, Ohio. 

II. Luther Lindsley Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 28 Jan. 1832 ; mar- ; 
ried at Grand Rapids, Mich., 4 Oct. 1853, by Rev. Mr. Prescott, Baptist, 

to Margaret Ann Snyder, dau. of Leonard and (Slawson) Snyder. 

She was born at Ann Arbor, Mich., 8 Oct. 1832; and died at Grand 
Rapids, 12 Dec. 1854, and was buried there. He was married (2d), 8 July 
1856, at Clayton, Mich., by Rev. Edward Hodge, Baptist, to Adelphl Kezia 
Hodge, who was born at Ovid, N. Y., 1 1 Dec. 1831, dau. of Rev. Edward 
and Betsey (Pitts) Hodge. He began life as a carpenter and joiner; but 
afterward turned his attention to accounts, studying at a commercial col- 
lege in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was, for several years, cashier of a bank, 
then book-keeper in a large commercial house at Leavenworth, Kansas ; 
and, about 1 864, opened a drug-store at Atchison, Kansas, where he was 
still in business in Feb. 1875, besides serving as county-treasurer. 

III. Henry James Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 9 Dec. 1833; enlisted 
there, i Sept. 1862, in the 5th Reg. of Michigan Cavalry; died at Adrian, 
30 Sept. 1862, and was buried there. 

IV. Alvira Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 15 Dec. 1835 ; and was living 
with her parents, at Gorham, Ohio, in Feb. 1875, unmarried. 

V. Cynthia Lee Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 10 Ap. 1838; married 
there, 13 Dec. 1855, by Rev. Russell Hervey, Baptist, to Allen Beach, a 
druggist, son of Amos and Sarah (Smith) Beach, of Rome, Mich. He was 
born at Ithaca, N. Y., 6 March 1832. They have lived at Rome and 
Adrian, and were dwelling at Morenci, Mich., in Feb. 1875. 

VI. Susan Maria Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 18 Ap. 1840; married 
there, 19 June 1861, by Rev. Edwin H. Brockway, Methodist Episcopal, to 
George Harvey Todd, a farmer, son of Gabriel and Mary (Ireland) Todd, of 
Adrian. He was born at Rome, 27 Sept. 1839. They dwelt at Rome till 
Oct. 1 863 ; at Adrian till 20 Aug. 1 864 (when he entered the Union army, 
and she returned to Rome to stay while he was absent); moved, 2 Ap. 
1867, to Burlingame, Kansas; from there, 22 Sept. 1867, to Pleasant Hill, 
Mo.; and thence, 26 March 1870, to Butler, Mo., where they were still 
living in May 1875. 

VII. Martha Alphena Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 9 Feb. 1843; 
married there, 18 June 1862, in her father's house, by Rev. Solomon S. 



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15202 



15204 



15208 



n88 



7650 



7651 



7652 



7653 
7654 



Rightli Generation. 



Littlefield, Methodist Episcopal, to Samuel Tompkins Schureman, a 
farmer, son of John Bogart and Eliza Jane (Sands) Schureman, ' of Rome, 
Mich., where he was born 26 March 1838. They settled at Rome Centre, 
Mich., 21 June 1862 ; and were living there in Ap. 1875. He enlisted, 20 
Aug. 1864, in Co. E, nth Reg., Mich. Cavalry; and served in the Army 
of the Cumberland till discharged, 16 Aug. 1865. 

VIII. Newell Delano Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 16 Sept. 1845; a 15213 
druggist; enlisted at Adrian, 15 Oct. 1863, in Co. H, nth Reg., Mich. 

Vol. Cavalry; and was discharged at Jackson, Mich., 22 Sept. 1865. He 
was married, 14 May 1871, at Adrian, by Rev. Russell Hervey, Baptist, 
to Huldah Sheldon Aldrich, dau. of Anson Mason and Mary Etta (Hoi- 
brook) Aldrich, of Gorham, Ohio. She was born at Farmington, N. Y., 6 
March 1848. They settled at Morenci, Mich., and were living there in 
Feb. 1875 ; ar) d he was then town-treasurer. 

IX. Elmore Llewellyn Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 21 Feb. 1849; a 15215 
farmer ; married at Adrian, I Jan. 1 870, by Rev. Russell Hervey, Baptist, 

to Martha Sergeant, dau. of Ephraim and Phebe Joanna (Ball) Sergeant, 
of Gorham, Ohio, where she was born 7 Sept. 1851. They settled at 
Gorham, and were living there in Feb. 1875. 

X. Rosa Seraphine Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 6 March 1852; 
married at Atchison City, Kansas, 14 Feb. 1874, Thomas Joseph Leak, a 
minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and pastor of the church 
at Atchison, born at London, England, 31 Jan. 1842, son of William 
Lewis and Elizabeth Ann (Thursby) Leak. He came, with his parents, 
to America in 1848; lived in Erie and Allegany counties, N. Y., till 1857, 
and then moved to Iowa. He studied theology at Garrett Biblical Institute, 
Evanston, Ind., leaving in 1863 ; joined the Kansas Annual Conference in 
1 867, and was assigned to Easton Circuit, Kansas ; was pastor at Topeka, 
Kansas, March 1868 to March 1871 ; was ordained deacon in March 1869, 
and elder in March 1871 ; was pastor at Atchison, Kansas, till i Ap. 1874, 
when he was transferred to the Arkansas Annual Conference ; and was 
stationed as pastor of the Centenary Church at Little Rock, Arkansas, 
where they were living in March 1875. 



Chll. of Edwin and Anna (West) Todd. 

I. Hannah Maria Todd, married Ormus Frary. 

II. John Todd. 

'John Bogart Schureman, was born at New Mamaroneck, N. Y., Eliza Jane Sands, who was 
Rochelle, N. Y., 26 Ap. 1795, and married at born at Mamaroneck, 4 Dec. 1806. 



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7656 

7657 



7658 



III. Cyrus Todd, was living at Robinson Station, Mich., in March 
1875. 

IV. Ira Todd. 

V. Hortcnsc Todd. 

* 

Child of Alfred and Sarah Delight (Frary) Todd. 

I. Sarah Jane Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 9 Feb. 1843 ; married at 

the house of Abraham Knapp, of East Rome, Mich., 7 Ap. 1 863, by Rev. 
I Russell Hervey, assisted by Rev. Mr. Bush, to Charles Sprague, a grocer, 
i son of Thomas Jefferson and Betsey (Chandler) Sprague, of East Rome, 

where he was born 31 Jan. 1839. They dwelt at East Rome till 23 Dec. 

1867 ; and then moved to Butler, Mo., where they were living in March 

1875, without children. 



Chil. of Morris and Nancy Ann (Wooster) Todd. 

7659 I. Emma Louise Todd, b. at Wheatland, Mich., 31 Jan. 1841; mar- 
ried in Prospect Street, Grand Rapids, Mich., 6 Jan. 1862, by Rev. Mr. 
Smith, Presbyterian, to John William Sargeant, a trader, son of Joseph 
and Sophronia (Chapman) Sargeant, of 46 Ontario Street, Cleveland, Ohio. 
He was born at Hartford, Vt, 29 Oct. 1846. They settled at Cleveland, 

I and were living there in Jan. 1875, at 46 Ontario Street. 

7660 II. Ransom Clinton Todd, b. at Clinton, Mich., 8 Aug. 1842; died 
at Adrian, Mich., 6 Jan. 1850, and was buried there. 



7661 



III. Marsden Herrick Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 16 Jan. 1845 ; died 
at Adrian, 10 May 1845, and was buried there. 



7662 IV. David Byron Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 7 March 1847 ; a physi- 
cian ; grad. in 1871 at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; began 
practice in Adrian, where the Common Council elected him city-physician; 
soon went to San Francisco, Cal., where he was resident physician to the 
U. S. Marine Hospital for six months, until appointed physician to the 
Round Valley Indian Reservation, where he remained one year ; during 
which he married, 1 5 Aug. 1 872, at Rossville Junction, at the foot of the 
Sierra Nevada Mountains, Allie Nelson, of Ann Arbor, Mich. They were 
living, in Jan. 1875, in Railroad Avenue, between I2th and I3th Avenues, 
South San Francisco, Cal. 



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Eighth Generation. 



V. Viola Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 24 Ap. 1849; d ' e d at Adrian, 7 
March 1850, and was buried there. 

VI. Homer Todd, b. at Adrian, Mich., 22 Ap. 1850; and was living 
with his parents, at Hopkins, Mich., in Feb. 1875, unmarried. 

VII. William Glenn Todd, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 25 March 
1852 ; died at Grand Rapids, 24 March 1853, and was buried there, in the 
Fulton Street Cemetery. 

VIII. Lillie Maude Todd, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 20 Jan. 1856; 
and was living with her parents, at Hopkins, Mich., in Jan. 1875. 

IX. Jessie May Todd, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 31 March 1859. 



Chil. of Alanson and Hester Maria (Frary) Todd. 

I. Ira Sphears Todd, b. at Rome, Mich., 28 Jan. 1842; enlisted at 
Grand Rapids, Mich., May 1861, in Co. D, 3d Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; 
was in the battle of Bull Run ; and died of disease, 28 Aug. 1861, in hos- 
pital, at Georgetown, D. C., and was buried near the hospital. 

II. Samuel Warren Todd, b. in Van Buren Co., Mich., 15 June 15222 
1843; a carpenter; enlisted at Ionia, Mich., Dec. 1861, in Co. F, I3th 
Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged for disability in Sept. 1862. 

He married at Barry, Mich., 15 Sept. 1865, Emma Vandalia Bunnell, dau. 
of Pomeroy and Lois (McKay) Bunnell, of Augusta, Mich., where she was 
born 22 June 1850. They settled at Bowen Station, Mich., and were living 
there in May 1875. 

III. Lydia Jane Todd, b. at Bengal, Mich., 26 Aug. 1850; died at 
Ronald, Mich., 29 May 1859, and was buried there. 



IV. Lucretia Ella Todd, b. in Gratiot Co., Mich., 2 Aug. 1858; and 
was living with her father, at Dorr Centre, Mich., in March 1875. 

Chil. of Alanson and Melicent Jane (Raymond) Todd. 

V. Hester Jane Todd, b. at Rome, Mich., 4 Nov. 1861. 

VI. Lev! Todd, b. at Rome, Mich., 18 Jan. 1864. 

VII. Mary Eudora Todd, b. at Blendon, Mich., 18 Jan. 1866. 



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Chil. of Alanson and Rhoda Jane (Bailey) Todd. 

VIII. Nellie Todd, b. at Blendon, Mich., 25 Sept. 1868. 

IX. Rosa Todd, b. at Ross, Mich., 24 Aug. 1870. 



Chil. of Ira and Phebe (Phillips) Tooker. 

I. Amos Phillips Tooker, b. in Palmyra, Mich., 25 July 1838 ; died 
there, at his father's residence, 19 Feb. 1863, unmarried, and was buried in 
Palmyra, one mile south of his father's house. 

II. Jerome Tooker, b. in Palmyra, Mich., 21 Feb. 1841; a farmer; 
married at the house of John Yates, in Owego, N. Y., 18 Nov. 1867, by 
Rev. W. B. Westlake, Methodist Episcopal, to Elizabeth Holmes, dau. of 
Elston Hunt and Sarah (Yates) Holmes, of Dover, Mich. She was born in 
Tioga, N. Y. They were living, in Jan. 1875, w ' tn his father, in Palmyra, 
three miles from Adrian, Mich. 

III. Clara Rebecca Tooker, b. in Palmyra, Mich., 10 June 1852; 
and was living there.with her parents, in Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of David and Harriet (Tooker) Belknap. 

I. Helen Elizabeth Belknap, b. in Adrian, Mich., 8 Ap. 1842 ; mar- 
ried there, at her father's house, 21 Feb. 1867, by Rev. J. Shank, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Nelson Preston, a soldier of 1 86 1, who was born in Blissfield, 
Mich., 21 Aug. 1844, son of Samuel and Lucretia (Gilbert) Preston. She 
died at her father's house in Adrian, 2 Dec. 1873, and was buried in Adrian 
Centre Cemetery, on the farm of John Whitney. 

II. Fernando Jesse Belknap, b. in Adrian, Mich., 23 Aug. 1843; 
a trader; married at her father's house in Fawn River, Mich., 12 March 
1868, by Rev. William W. Doust, Methodist Episcopal, to Lydla Margaret 
Nlankin, born at Adams, Indiana, 1 1 Feb. 1850, dau. of John William and 
Nancy (Duncan) Mankin. They were living at Fawn River in Jan. 1875. 

III. Theodore Tooker Belknap, b. in Wright, Mich., 25 May 1846; 
and was living at Fawn River, Mich., in Jan. 1875, unmarried. He is a 
trader, in company with his brother Fernando. 



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Eighth Generation. 



IV. Joanna Pamela Belknap, b. in Wright, Mich., 19 Feb. 1848; 
and was living in Adrian, Mich., in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 

V. Harriet Lucina Belknap, b. in Wright, Mich., 26 Aug. 1850; 
died at her father's house in Adrian, Mich., 13 Aug. 1869, and was buried 
in Adrian Centre Cemetery. 

VI. William Wallace Belknap, b. in Wright, Mich., 27 Jan. 1853; 
a manufacturer of brooms; was living in Adrian, Mich., in Jan. 1875, un- 
married. 

VII. Adelbert Belknap, b. in Wright, Mich., i Feb. 1855 ; a farmer; 
was living in Adrian, Mich., in Jan. 1875. 

VIII. Julia Celestia Belknap, b. in Wright, Mich., 7 March 1858; 
died in Adrian, Mich., i Aug. 1872, and was buried in Adrian Centre 
Cemetery. 



Chll. of Elisha Green and Eveline Creenleaf (Tooker) Budlong. 

I. Arthur William Budlong, b. at Providence, R. I., 2 March 1846; 
and was living with his mother, at Adrian, Mich., in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 
He enlisted, 22 Aug. 1862, in Co. B, I24th Reg., Ohio Vol. Infantry, of| 
which he was afterward corporal ; was seriously wounded in the right hip, 
at the battle of Chickamauga, Tenn., 19 Sept 1863; and was discharged 
at Nashville, Tenn., 9 June 1865, with a permanent disability. 

II. Clarence Adelbert Budlong, b. at Adrian, Mich., 6 Jan. 1848; 
died 2 Dec. 1 849, and was buried in the old cemetery at Adrian. 

III. Florence Amelia Budlong, b. at Adrian, Mich., 26 Nov. 1849; 
married there, at her mother's house, corner of Main and Butler Streets, 
29 Sept. 1874, by Rev. A. F. Bourns, Methodist Episcopal, to William 
Ellsworth Rowley, a salesman, son of Nathan and Harriet (Parsons) 
Rowley, of Owens Prairie, Iowa. He was born at Batavia, N. Y., 29 Oct. 
1851. They were living at Adrian in Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of Anthony Wayne and Ann Hazletine (Tooker) Corbet. 

I. Ella Maria Corbet, b. at Monroe, Mich., 27 Dec. 1849; an d was 
living at Jackson, Mich., in March 1875, unmarried. 



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II. Cershom Wayne Corbet, b. at Monroe, Mich., 17 Sept. 1852; 
died at Jackson, Mich., 3 June 1872, and was buried there. 

III. Edwin Lee Corbet, b. at Monroe, Mich., 22 Aug. 1855 ; and was 
living at Jackson, Mich., in March 1875. 

IV. Harriet Elizabeth Corbet, b. at Monroe, Mich., 10 Nov. 1857; 
and was living at Jackson, Mich., in March 1875. 



Chll. of James Hervey and Eliza (Whitney) Halliday. 

I. Orpha Williams Halliday, b. at Enfield, N. V., 3 Ap. 1822; 
married at Thurston, N. Y., 6 Feb. 1840, John Stull De Rue, a farmer, son 
of James and Jane (De Witt) De Pue, of Thurston. He was born at 
Bcnton, one mile east of Penn Yan, N. Y., 7 Dec. 1815 ; and was living at 
Bath, N. Y., in March 1875, having served the public as supervisor, post- 
master and justice of the peace. She died at Thurston, 28 Sept. 1859, and 
was buried in Unionville Cemetery, Bath. An obituary in the Northern 
Christian Advocate shows that she was a faithful and consistent member of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church, an affectionate and devoted wife and 
mother, and an accomplished and hospitable woman, who lived righteously 
and died as she had lived. 

II. William Halliday, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 31 Oct. 1823; a teacher, 
and student of theology ; married in Jan. 1844, at Thurston, N. Y., Hannah 
Maria Chase, dau. of Hirah and Lucy (Winship) Chase, of Cameron, N.Y. 
She was born at Bluff Point, in Jerusalem, N. Y., 17 June 1820. They 
settled at Mechlenburgh, in Hector, N. Y. He died there, without chil- 
dren, 9 March 1 846, and was buried in Bonney Hill Cemetery, at Thurston. 
She married (26), Elder James Parker ; died 7 Sept. 1871 ; and was buried 
at Milo, N. Y. 

III. Belden Whitney Halliday, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 19 Aug. 1825 ; 
a farmer; married at Bath, N. Y., 10 Dec. 1848, by Rev. Salmon Judd, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Annls Vernelia Gilbert, dau. of Warner and Eliza 
(True) Gilbert, of Bath, where she was born 6 Ap. 1 824. They dwelt at 
Bath for eight years ; and then moved to Roscoe, Minn., where she died 
13 Feb. 1859, and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery. He was married 
(2d), I Jan. 1 86 1, at Minneola, Minn., by Rev. E. M. Cressey, Baptist, to 
Mary Maria Bonney, of Minneola, dau. of Benjamin and Rhoda (Alderman) 
Bonney, of Georgetown, N. Y., where she was born 16 May 1825. They 
were living at Roscoe in May 1875. He has been elected assessor for two 

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Righth Generation. 



years in succession, and chairman of the Board of Supervisors for five suc- 
cessive years. 

IV. Emma Whitney Halliday, b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y., 
27 Aug. 1827 ; married in the house where she was born, 16 Nov. 1848, by 
Elder Swick, Baptist, to Albert Andrew Wheeler, a farmer, son of Joseph 
and Sarah (Kennedy) Wheeler, of Bath, N. Y., where he was born 28 
March 1826. He was educated at the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, and 
has retained a fondness for scientific studies. They settled at Kanona, in 
Bath, and were living there in March 1875. 

V. Samuel Halliday, b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y., 8 Nov. 
1829; died 31 July 1830, and was buried in Bonney Hill Cemetery. 

VI. Alphonso Halliday, b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y., i May 
1831; a blacksmith; married at Pulteney, N. Y., 6 July 1853, by Rev. 
Hilen Dakin, Baptist, of South Pulteney, to Susan Morton Morris, dau. of 
Shadrach and Mary (Hyatt) Norris, of Pulteney, where she was born 7 
July 1832. They settled at South Pulteney, and were living there in March 
1875. 

VII. Lydia Ann Halliday, b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y., 9 
Dec. 1839; married at South Pulteney, N. Y., 24 Ap. 1869, by Rev. A. A. 
Montanye, Baptist, to David Harrison Dickinson, a lumberman, son of 
David and Judith Potter (Story) Dickinson, of Thurston, where he was 
born 21 Dec. 1840. They settled at Thurston, and were living there, with- 
out children, in Feb. 1875. He enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., 16 May 1861, in 
Co. A, 23d Reg., N. Y. Vol. Infantry; was discharged 22 May 1863 ; re- 
enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., 16 Jan. 1864, in Co. G, 22d Reg., N. Y. Vol. 
Cavalry; and was discharged 9 Aug. 1865. 



Chil. of John and Lucinda (Lovell) Whitney. 

I. Milo Curtis Whitney, b. at Cameron, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1828; a 
farmer and teacher; married at Hector, N. Y., 13 Oct. 1850, by Elder 
West, Baptist, to Eliza Durand, dau. of Samuel and Sarah (Reeves) Durand, 
of Newfield, N. Y. She was born at Covert, N. Y., 13 July 1825. They 
settled at Newfield, and were living there in Dec. 1876. 



II. 

birth. 



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III. Amos Buck Whitney, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1831; a 15242 



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7712 



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Whitney Family. 



1195 



farmer; married at Hector, N. Y., 16 Oct. 1851, by Elder West, Baptist, to 
Mary Taylor, dau. of William A. and Cynthia (Vail) Taylor, of Newfield, 
N. Y., where she was born 8 Feb. 1833. They settled at Newfield ; moved 
to Bolivar, N. Y., thence to Wellsville, N. Y., from there to Van Etten, 
N. Y., and finally (in Ap. 1876) to Barton, N. Y. He enlisted at Newfield, 
28 Dec. 1863, in Co. M, 2ist Reg., N. Y. S. Light Cavalry; and was dis- 
charged at Denver, Colorado, in 1866. 

IV. James Marvin Whitney, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 30 Dec. 1833; 
died there, 6 Dec. 1834, and was buried at Enfield Centre. 

V. Moses Daniel Whitney, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1836; a 15248 
farmer; married at Newfield, N. Y., 12 Dec. 1858, by Elder Arkills, Baptist, 

to Sarah Jessup, dau. of Oliver and Chloe (Thompson) Jessup, of New- 
field. She was born at Little Britain, in New Windsor, N. Y., 23 Feb. 
1836. They settled in Newfield, and were living there in March 1875. 

VI. Phebe Eliza Whitney, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 25 May 1839; died 
at Newfield, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1864, unmarried, and was buried there. 

VII. Albert Whitney, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 11 Dec. 1841; died at 
Newfield, 3 1 May 1 860, and was buried there. 

VIII. Bradford Whitney, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 7 Ap. 1844; died at 
Newfield, 4 June 1848, and was buried there. 

IX. Elvira Whitney, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 24 March 1850; and was 
living there in March 1875, with her parents, unmarried. 

X. Amy Caroline Whitney, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 4 May 1852; 
died at Newfield, 15 Oct. 1860, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Belden and Sally Maria (Proper) Whitney. 2597 

I. Irena Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., 13 Jan. 1833; died there, 13 
Sept. 1834, and was buried in Jones' Cemetery, Hector, N. Y. 

II. Maria Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., 24 Nov. 1835; married near 15251 
Burdett, in Hector, N. Y., 17 Dec. 1857, b >' Elder Reed Burritt, to Peter 
Albert Coats, a farmer, son of Joseph and Jane (Bellows) Coats, of Hector, 
where he was born 1 7 June 1 8 1 8. They settled one mile north of Burdett ; 

and he died there, 19 Ap. 1875. 



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Chil. of Belden and Mary Elizabeth (Newbury) Whitney. 

III. Emeline Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1844; married 
there, 27 Nov. 1872, at her father's house, by Rev. Allen Chase, Baptist, 
to Jerome Baxter Lovell, a farmer, son of Aaron and Hetty (Griffin) Lovell, 
of Enfield, where he was born 1 1 June 1833. They settled in Enfield, and 
were living there in Feb. 1875, on his father's homestead. 

IV. Luther Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., 9 Aug. 1849 ; a carpenter; 
married in Mechlenburgh, N. Y., 10 March 1875, by Rev. Alexander O. 
Pelaubet, Presbyterian, to Elizabeth Stobbs, born in Brooklyn, N. Y., 19 
Ap. 1854, dau. of Alexander and Eliza (Archer) Stobbs. They were 
living at Enfield in Ap. 1875, with his father. 

V. Eliza Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., 13 Oct. 1852; and was living 
there, with her parents, in Feb. 1875. 



Chil. of Joel Newbury and Caroline (Andrews) Whitney. 

I. Sarah Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., 26 March 1840; died on the 
same day, and was buried in Enfield Centre. 



Chil. of Isaac and Emma (Whitney) Tichenor. 

I. James Marvin Tichenor, b. at Mechlenburgh, in Hector, N.Y., 
7 March 1830; died there, 8 Sept. 1831, and was buried at Enfield Centre, 



II. Joel Monroe Tichenor, b. at Mechlenburgh, in Hector, N. Y., 
22 July 1832; a carpenter and farmer; married at her father's house in 
Enfield, N.Y., 14 Ap. 1857, by Rev. Daniel S. Chase, Methodist Episcopal, 
to Maria Ammack, who was born at Enfield, i Oct. 1834, dau. of John and 
Phila (Carman) Ammack. They dwelt at Enfield till Oct. 1867; and then 
settled at Waupun, Wis., where they were living in Feb. 1875. 

III. Albert Sherman Tichenor, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1837; 
a farmer; married at her father's house in Enfield, 5 Jan. 1860, by Rev. 
William James Grimes, Christian, to Ann Eliza Ammack, who was born at 
Enfield, 5 Aug. 1838, dau. of John and Phila (Carman) Ammack. They 
settled at Enfield, and were living there in Feb. 1875. 



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II. Marvin Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., i Jan. 1842; died 22 Feb. 
1842, and was buried in Enfield Centre. 

III. Almina Nichols Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1844; 
married there, 7 Nov. 1 868, at her father's house, by Elder Marshall, 
Baptist, to Harris Irving Smith, a farmer, son of Obadiah and Anna 
(Culver) Smith, of Enfield, where he was born 24 Sept. 1838. They settled 
in Enfield, and were living there in Feb. 1875. 

IV. Charles Joel Whitney, b. in Enfield, N. Y., 6 March 1850; and 
was living there, with his father, in Feb. 1875, unmarried. 



I. 



Chii. of Levl and Amanda (Whitney) King. 
King, a dau., b. at Enfield, N. Y.; died in infancy. 



II. Lydia Ann King, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 23 Nov. 1839; married at 
Ithaca, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1858, Irving Washington Norton, a cigar-maker, son 
of Aden Kendrick and Irene (Savage) Norton, of Trumansburgh, N. Y., 
where he was born 6 Aug. 1840. They settled at Ithaca, and were living 
there in March 1875. He enlisted, 4 Sept. 1864, at Ithaca, in Co. A, 58th 
Reg., N. Y. S. Militia, for three months service; and was discharged 2 
Dec. 1864. 

III. Delancey Montgomery King, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 26 May 
1842 ; a machinist and model-maker; married at Ithaca, N. Y., 29 March 
1865, by Rev. O. B. Weaver, Methodist Episcopal, to Olive Althea Korts, 
dau. of John W. and Emeline (Huestis) Korts, of Ithaca. She was born 
at Enfield, 15 June 1841. They settled at Ithaca, and were living there in 
March 1875, members of the M. E. Church. 



IV. 



King, a son, b. at Enfield, N. Y.; died in infancy. 



V. Joel Whitney King, b. at Enfield, N. Y., 18 Feb. 1846; died 
there, 1 2 Jan. 1 867, at the house of his uncle, Belden Whitney, and was 
buried at Enfield Centre. 

VI. Daniel Whitney King, b. at Ithaca, N. Y., 23 July 1850; a 
clock-maker; was living at Ithaca in March 1875, unmarried. 

VII. King, a son, b. at Ithaca, N. Y.; died in infancy. 

VIII. King, a dau., b. at Ithaca, N. Y.; died in infancy. 



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Chil. of Oscar Fitzoland and Christian Ann (Gary) Whitney. 

I. Sarah Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Florida, N. Y., 15 Dec. 1827; 
died at Florida, 16 Ap. 1831, and was buried there. 

II. Isaac Lewis Whitney, b. at Florida, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1829; a 
dealer in furniture ; married at Amity, N. Y., 3 Nov. 1856, by Rev. P. Van 
Ostrand, Congregational, to Elizabeth Ann Bush, dau. of John and Jane 
(Barrett) Bush, of Amity, where she was born i Dec. 1835. They settled 
at Florida, and were living there in May 1875. 

III. William Henry Whitney, b. at Florida, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1831; a 
painter and paper-hanger; married at Denton, N. Y., 31 March 1853, by 
Rev. O. M. Johnson, Presbyterian, to Mary Ann Tetther, dau. of Edward 
and Elizabeth (Peet) Tetther, of Sleaford, Lincolnshire, Eng., where she 
was born 1 1 Nov. 183 1. They lived at Florida for about twelve years; and 
then settled at Barryville, in Highland, N. Y., where they were living in 
May 1875. He had then served as justice of the peace, and commissioner 
of excise, since i Jan. 1870, having been reflected in March 1873. 

IV. James Norton Whitney, b. at Florida, N. Y., 30 Sept. 1835 ; a 
dealer in furniture; married at Amity, N. Y., 22 Oct. 1867, by Rev. 
Thomas H. Grennell, to Jane Bush, dau. of John and Jane (Barrett) Bush, 
of Amity, where she was born 13 June 1842. They settled at Florida, and 
were living there in May 1875. He had previously lived at Middletown, 
N. Y., from I Ap. 1852 to I May 1853 ; and at Warwick, N. Y., till i Dec. 
1854. 

V. Christian Amanda Whitney, b. at Florida, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1841. 

VI. Ann Adelia Whitney, b. at Florida, N. Y., 3 Jan. 1844. 

VII. Helen Jane Whitney, b. at Florida, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1852 ; died 
at Florida, 5 Sept. 1852, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Alanson and Keziah (Speer) Donelly. 

I. Eliza Jane Donelly, b. at Paterson, N. J., 24 June 1837; died in 
Oct. 1841, at Paterson, and was buried there, in Sandy Hill Cemetery. 

II. John Henry Donelly, b. at Paterson, N. J., 31 Oct. 1840; and 
was living there, at 302 Market Street, in June 1875, unmarried. He 



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enlisted, 25 May 1861, at New York City, in Co. I, 6th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol- 
unteers; and was discharged at New York, 25 June 1863. He enlisted, 
13 Aug. 1864, at New York, as seaman in the U. S. Navy; and served in 
the Aries till 28 June 1865, when he was discharged at the Boston Navy 
Yard. 



7742 III. Catharine Jane Donelly, b. at Paterson, N. J., 28 Aug. 1852; 
and was living there in June 1875, unmarried. 



Child of James Lockwood and Lanah (Whitney) Chichester. 

I. Mary Elizabeth Chichester, b. at Batavia, N. Y., 18 Dec. 1845 ; 
and was living at 188 South Division Street, Buffalo, N. Y., in March 1875, 
unmarried. 



Chil. of William and Sarah (Whitney) Thompson. 

I. Nancy Irene Thompson, b. at Aurora, now Elma, N. Y., 20 Feb. 
1855 ; and was living there in Ap. 1875. 

II. Catharine Thompson, b. at Aurora, now Elma, N. Y., 26 Nov. 
1856. 

III. Morris Whitney Thompson, b. at Elma, N. Y., 17 Feb. 1859. 

IV. William Linton Thompson, b. at Elma, N. Y., 17 March 1861. 

V. Marion Esther Thompson, b. at Elma, N. Y., 7 March 1863. 

VI. Helen Rebecca Thompson, b. at Elma, N. Y., 19 May 1865. 

VII. Jessie Grace Thompson, b. at Elma, N. Y., i Feb. 1867. 

VIII. Edwin Jennings Thompson, b. at Aurora, N. Y., 2 March 
1869; died at Aurora, 21 Jan. 1871, and was buried there. 

IX. James Chichester Thompson, b. at Aurora, N. Y., 27 March 



1872. 



II 99 



2617 



2623 



I2OO 



7753 



7754 

7755 
7756 

7757 

7758 
7759 



7763 



7764 



7765 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of William and Elizabeth Ellsworth (Williams) Fengar. 



2627 



I. Ann Eliza Fengar, b. at Cold Spring, N. Y., 5 July 1850; married j 15271 
at Newark, N. J., 31 March 1871, by Rev. J. Reeves Daniels, pastor of the 
Franklin Street Meth. Epis. Church, to Theodore Scott Schmitt, a jeweller, 

son of Jacob and Lucy (Baker) Schmitt, of Newark, where he was born 5 
Dec. 1848. They settled at Newark, and were living there in Jan. 1876. 

II. William Martin Fengar, b. at Cold Spring, N. Y., i Aug. 1852 ; 
a ship-broker and commission-merchant, of the firm of Fengar & Schmitt, 
corner of Liberty and West Streets, New York, in Jan. 1876; is unmarried. 

III. Emma Elizabeth Fengar, b. at Newark, N. J., 8 Sept. 1854. 

IV. Martinette Thompson Fengar, b. at Newark, N. J., 22 Nov. 
1856. 

V. Eva Loreliah Fengar, b. at Newark, N. J., i Dec. 1858; died at 
Newark, 17 Nov. 1860, and was buried there, in Fairmount Cemetery. 

VI. Silas Alvin Fengar, b. at Newark, N. J., 18 Feb. 1861; died at, 
Newark, 1 1 June 1862, and was buried there, in Fairmount Cemetery. 

VII. Edward Wallison Fengar, b. at Newark, N. J., 11 Nov. 1863. 

VIII. Grace Colvert Fengar, b. at Newark, N. J., 24 Aug. 1871; 
died 24 Aug. 1871, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, at Newark. 



Chil. of Henry and Julia Ann (Williams) Hampson. 

7761 I. Sarah Ann Abijah Hampson, b. at Newark, N. J., 19 March 
1860. 

7762 II. Silas William Henry Hampson, b. at Newark, N. J., 29 Oct. 
1861; died there, 13 May 1865, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery. 



2628 



III. Hannah Elizabeth Jane Hampson, b. at Newark, N. J., 1 8 
Oct. 1863. 

IV. Abraham Lincoln Fengar Hampson, b. at Newark, N. J., 9 
Oct. 1866. 

V. John Aldridge Sybrant Hampson, b. at Newark, N. J., 24 



7766 
| 7767 

7768 



7769 
7770 

777' 



7772 



Whitney Family. 



Oct. 1868 ; died there, 20 June 1870, and was buried in Fairmount Ceme- 
tery. 

VI. Ida Grace Hampson, b. at Newark, N. J., 9 Ap. 1869. 

VII. Lilian Emma Hampson, b. at Newark, N. J., 9 Dec. 1871; 
died there, 6 July 1875, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery. 

VIII. George Martin Hampson, b. at Newark, N. J., 21 Dec. 1873; 
died there, 30 June 1875, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery. 



Chil. of Hiram and Hannah (Williams) Springstead. 

I. Hannah Ann Springstead, b. in Bleeker Street, Newark, N. J., 
1 6 June 1 86 1. 

II. Silas Aldridge Springstead, b. in Sixth Street, Wilmington, 
Del., 7 Oct. 1863. 

III. James Cranston Springstead, b. at Newport, Del., 17 May 
1866. 



Child of Henry Whitney and Alice (Reynolds) Hunt. 

I. Maurice Reynolds Hunt, b. at Cross River, in South Salem, 
N. Y., 23 Dec. 1830; died at Greenwich, Conn., 16 Oct. 1847. She was 
buried in Cross River Cemetery, but was afterward removed to a family 
vault in Unionville Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, N. Y. 



Chil. of George and Clarissa Betsey (Hunt) Mead. 

7773 I. Alfred Mead, lived at Jewell C. H., Kansas, in June 1877. 

7774 II. Julia Mead, married John St. John, and lived at Stamford, Conn., 
in June 1877. 

7775 HI. Sarah Jane Mead, b. 14 Feb. 1839; died at Ridgefield, Conn., 
i March 1 86 1, unmarried; and was buried there, in Titicus Cemetery. 

151 



I 20 I 



2629 



2635 



2636 



I2O2 



7777 



7779 



Eighth Generation. 



7776 IV. Ruth Anna Mead, married De Witt Searls; married (2d), 

Weed; lived at Stamford, Conn., in 1873, and at i3Oth Street and 8th 
Avenue, New York., in June 1877. 



Chil. of David Floyd and Mary Jane (Nelson) Hunt. 
I. Charles Augustus Hunt, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 22 March 

x* _ 



1861. 



7778 II. James Nelson Hunt, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 14 Dec. 1866; 
died there, 5 May 1875, and was buried in Five Mile River Cemetery. 



III. Edith Hunt, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 26 Ap. 1870. 



7780 IV. David Floyd Hunt, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 30 May 1872. 



Chil. of Ira and Sarah Marcy (Andrews) Chase. 

77 81 I. Charles Ira Chase, b. at Adams, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1837 ; d 'ed at Flint, 
Mich., 12 Jan. 1848, and was buried there. 

7782 II. George Andrews Chase, b. at Adams, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1838; 
died at Flint, Mich., 25 Aug. 1841, and was buried there. 

77 8 3 III. Edward Richard Chase, b. at Flint, Mich., 20 Sept. 1840; en- 
listed there, 6 Aug. 1861, for four years or during the war, as private in 
Co. A, 8th Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry ; and was mustered out at the end 
of the war, as captain of the same company, having been engaged in nearly 
thirty battles. He was married, i March 1866, at Flint, by Rev. Mr. 
Northrop, Presbyterian, to Malvina Dayton, dau. of Anson and Sarah Ann 
(Adams) Dayton, of Burton, Mich. She was born at Grand Blanc, Mich., 
5 Sept. 1848. After the war ended, he studied theology at the Union 
Theological Seminary, Chicago, 111. ; and, when duly prepared, was licensed 
to preach. He was called by the Presbyterian Church of Clyde, Ohio ; 
was ordained as its pastor ; and, after three years of arduous and successful 
labor, in which he won the love of the church and people, he entered into 
rest, at Clyde, 25 May 1874, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, at 
Grand Blanc. His widow was living at Flint in March 1875. 



2638 



2646 



15273 



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1203 



7784 



7785 



7786 



7787 



7788 



7789 



7790 



Chil. of George and Clarissa Whitney (Farman) Hale. 

I. Carshine Hale, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1827; died 3 Ap. 
I 845, and was buried in the Ellisburgh Cemetery. 

II. George Eli Hale, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 24 July 1829; a carriage- 
maker; married, in Potsdam, N. Y., 3 Jan. 1868, Catharine Murphy. They 
settled in Potsdam, and were living there in July 1874. He was a soldier 
in the war of 1861, for "three years and thirty days." 



V. Carleton Adelbert Farman, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1845; 
a farmer; married in Pulaski, N. Y., 2 Oct. 1873, by Rev. J. Douglas, 
Congregational, to Arnlta Ann Ellis, dau. of Lyman and Malvina (Zufelt) 
Ellis, of Ellisburgh, where she was born 6 Sept. 1856. They were living 
with his father, in the west part of Ellisburgh, in 1874. 

779' VI. Naomi Farman, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 6 Feb. 1848; died 6 
Feb. 1848, and was buried in Ellisburgh. 

7792 VII. Laura Maria Farman, b. in Ellsburgh, N. Y., 1 1 Oct. 1849; 
and lived there in 1874, unmarried. 



2647 



15275 



Chil. of Joab and Lydia Seward (Josselyn) Farman. 

I. Cynthia Alvira Farman, b. in Granby, N. Y., 4 May 1835 ; died 
in Fulton, N. Y., 3 March 1846, and was buried in the " old cemetery," in 
Fulton, which has, perhaps, been removed, or discontinued. 

II. Catharine Alvira Farman, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 24 July 1838; 
married in 1864, at Lorraine, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Hall, Baptist, of Manns- 
ville, in Ellisburgh, to William Van Auken, a farmer, who was born in 
Ellisburgh, 2 Feb. 1845, son of Abram and Eliza (Collins) Van Auken. 
They were living at the North Landing, in Ellisburgh, in 1874. 

III. Mary Elizabeth Farman, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 2 Dec. 1840; 
married there, 28 Nov. 1867, at her father's house, by Rev. Ashley Fraser, 
Methodist, to Lyman Boomer Chamberlain. See his record. 

IV. Frances Arzelia Farman, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 26 Ap. 1843; 
died there, 20 Dec. 1843, and was buried in Ellisburgh Cemetery. 



2649 



15276 



15327 
7831 



1204 



7793 



7794 



7795 
7796 
7797 



7798 
7799 

7800 
78oi 
7802 

7803 
7804 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of William and Sally (Stillwell) Farman. 

I. Betsey Farman, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 14 Feb. 1838; married, as 

her second husband, Coon; and was living at Coon's Corners, 

Penn., in 1874. 



II. 



Farman, a son ; died young. 



Chil. of Nathan and Jane (Tucker) Farman. 

I. Mary Jane Farman, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 22 July 1861. 

II. Myra Farman, b. in Ellisburgh, N.Y., i Oct. 1862. 

III. Mitchell Farman, b. in Ellsburgh, N. Y., in Nov. 1870. 



Chil. of Richard Harrison and Fanny (Pepper) Dresser. 

I. Sarah Jane Dresser, b. at Ogdensburgh, N. Y.; married, and 
settled at Oswego, N. Y. 

II. Robert Joel Dresser, b. at Sacket's Harbor, N. Y.; served in the 
war of 1 86 1, and died on the southern coast of Florida, while in the 
service ; unmarried. 

III. Frances Dresser, b. at Oswego, N. Y.; and was living there in 
1874. 

IV. Elizabeth Dresser, b. at Oswego, N. Y.; and was living there 
in 1874. 

V. Catharine Dresser, b. at Oswego, N. Y.; and was living there in 
1874. 

VI. Mary Dresser, b. at Oswego, N. Y.; and was living there in 1874. 

VII. William Dresser, b. at Oswego, N. Y.; and died there, when 
about three years old. 



2650 



2652 



2653 






7805 






7806 



7807 



7808 



7809 



7810 



Whitney Family. 



1205 



Chil. of Samuel and Sally (Dresser) Porter. 

I. Samuel Clinton Porter, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 13 Aug. 1822; 
a miller ; married by Elder McFarland, Baptist, to Helen Coan ; married 
(2d), by Elder Everingham, Baptist, to Emellne Grey, of Holmesville, N. Y. 
They settled at Mexico, N. Y., and were living there in June 1877. He 
served, as a fifer, in the I47th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers, during the war 
of 1861. 

II. Olive Osgood Porter, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 4 Nov. 1824; mar- 
ried at Oswego, N. Y., 27 May 1847, by Rev. Ira Butterfield, Baptist, to 
Harvey Palmer, a farmer and merchant, son of Stuteley and Bethia (Wight- 
man) Palmer, of Parish, N. Y., where he was born 8 Sept. 1816. They 
settled at Parish, and were living there in Oct. 1877. 

III. Mary Catharine Porter, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 24 July 1827; 
married in the house of her brother Samuel, at Mexico, N. Y., 2 Jan. 1861, 
by Rev. Judson Davis, Baptist, to Sereno Clark, a farmer, son of Sereno 
Clark, of Constantia, N. Y., where he was born 16 Feb. 1833. She dwelt 
in Missouri for three years, and in Illinois for about four years; and then 
settled at Constantia, where she was living in Oct. 1877, without children. 
He served in the war of 1861 for thirteen months, and died at Petersburgh, 
Va., 28 Sept. 1864, of disease contracted in the army. 

IV. Harriet Eliza Porter, b. at Ellisburgh, N. Y., 13 Feb. 1830; mar- 
ried at Constantia, N. Y., I March 1857, Matthew Wiard Leet, a merchant, 
of St. Louis, Mo.; and settled at Kirkwood, Mo., where they were living 
in Oct. 1877. 

V. Sarah Jane Porter, b. at Parish, N. Y., 27 Jan. 1833 ; married at 
Central Square, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1852, by Rev. Peter Woodin, Baptist, to 
Theodore Cifford, a fruit-grower and gardener, son of Seth and Phoebe 
Maria (Van Nostrand) Gifford, of Constantia, N. Y., formerly of New York 
City, where he was born 23 Feb. 1830. They dwelt at Constantia till I 
Oct. 1854; at West Monroe, N. Y., till 7 May 1862; and then settled at 
Syracuse, N. Y., where they were living in Oct. 1877, at 367 Second North 
Street. 

VI. Helen Celestine Porter, b. at Parish, N. Y., 14 Feb. 1835; 
married at Constantia, N. Y., 4 Nov. 1857, by Rev. John Noye, Baptist, to 
Jeremiah Cronon, a farmer, son of William and Catharine (Lorrisy) Cronon, 
of Bennington, Vt, where he was born 20 March 1831. They settled at 
West Monroe, N. Y., and were living there in Oct. 1877. 



15279 



15283 



15284 



15286 



15290 



I2O6 



7811 
7812 

7813 



7814 



7815 



7816 



7817 



Eighth Generation. 



VII. Frances Emerson Porter, b. at Parish, N. Y., 5 March 1837; 
and was living at Kirkwood, Mo., in Oct. 1877, unmarried. 

VIII. Charles Henry Porter, b. at Parish, N. Y., 13 Oct. 1839; and 
was living at Constantia, N. Y., in Oct. 1877, unmarried. 



IX. Edward Clayton Porter, b. at Parish, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1842; a 15294 
book-keeper; dwelt at Waukegan, 111., from Aug. 1859 to i May 1870; at 
Harvard, 111., till i Sept. 1873; and then went to Chicago, 111., where he 

was living in Oct. 1877, address 108 & no Randolph Street. He married 
at Spring Creek, Iowa, 29 July 1866, Frances Harriet Blakeley, born at 
Waukegan, 12 Feb. 1845, dau. of Erastus Egbert and Mary (King) 
Blakeley. 

X. George Joel Porter, b. at Parish, N. Y., 7 Feb. 1 845 ; died there, 
14 Nov. 1847, and was buried in Parish Cemetery. 



Chil. of Joel and Belinda Alden (Button) Dresser. 2655 



I. Mary Jane Dresser, b. in Granville, N. Y., 4 May 1842; died 
there, 15 July 1843, and was buried in Hebron, N. Y., in the family ceme- 
tery of her grandfather, Gideon Button. 

II. Henry Clay Dresser, b. in Granville, N. Y., 21 Sept. 1844; a 
teacher; married at her father's house in Moingona, Iowa, 6 Nov. 1872, by 
Rev. John S. Dunning, Presbyterian, to Mary Eliza Campbell, who was 
born in Amsterdam, N. Y., 3 Aug. 1850, dau. of Charles and Mary Ann 
(Carl) Campbell, and granddaughter of Abram Call, of Farmington Centre, 
Penn. They were living in Jefferson, Iowa, in 1874. He enlisted, 2 Sept. 
1864, in Co. A, 1 84th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers; and served for three 
months in the Shenandoah Valley, under Sheridan, taking part in the 
battle of Cedar Creek, 19 Oct. 1864. 



III. Herman Lamott Dresser, b. in Granger, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1851; 15295 
a farmer; married in Jefferson, Iowa, 23 Oct. 1872, by Rev. John S. Dun- 
ning, Presbyterian, to Phebe Rhoades, born in Urbana, 111., 12 Ap. 1849, 
dau. of Walter and Mary (Rhinehart) Rhoades. They were living at 
Jefferson in 1874. 



;8i8 



7819 



7819, 



78191. 



7819, 
7819.1 



7819* 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of De Witt Clinton and Lydia (Challans) Dresser. 

I. Olive Dresser, b. in Ellisburgh, N. V, 12 Jan. 1847; married in 
Adams, N.Y., in 1867, by Rev. Prof. Holton, of Adams, to Edwin Wallace 
Putnam, a farmer, son of Chester Barrett and Lavinia (Truesdell) Putnam, 
of Ellisburgh, where he was born 2 June 1842. He enlisted in Co. L, 7th 
Reg., N. Y. S. Vols.; was transferred to Co. G, roth Reg., N. Y. S. Vols., 
and afterward to Co. D, 6th Reg., N. Y. Heavy Artillery, from which he 
was discharged, after three years of service. They were living in Ellis- 
burgh in 1874. 

II. Joel Dresser, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1849; a farmer; 
was living with his father, in Ellisburgh, in 1874. 



Chil. of William Wilson and Susan (Fulford) Rankins. 

I. Miles Edward Rankins, b. at Gananoque, C. W., 5 Nov. 1832; 
a machinist; married at Belleville, C. W., 28 Sept. 1859, Victoria Todd, 
dau. of Joseph and Phillis Maria (Dobson) Todd (natives of Newcastle, 
Eng.), of Belleville, where she was born. They were living at Belleville in 
July 1877. 

II. Mary Melissa Rankins, b. at Gananoque, C. W., i June 1834; 
married, 17 March 1860, Gilbert Austin Phillips, a minister of the Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church. He joined the Michigan Conference, on trial, Sept. 
1868; was in full connection, Sept. 1870; was ordained deacon in Sept. 
1870, and elder in Sept. 1872; and was assigned to Pere Marquette in 
1868, to Hart in 1869 and 1870, and to Wayland in 1871, 1872, and 1873. 
They dwelt at Ionia, Mich., in July 1877. 

III. Marinda Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 3 Oct. 1835. 

IV. Maria Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 8 Aug. 1837; married 
there, 14 Jan. 1864, by Rev. Albert Carman, D. D., Bishop of the Methodist 
Episcopal Conference of Canada, to William Davis, a saddler and harness- 
maker, son of Charles and Sarah (Bowring) Davis, of Belleville, formerly of 
Dorchester, Eng., where he was born 14 Sept. 1837. They settled at 
Belleville, and were living there in Oct. 1877. 

V. Martha Anne Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 18 Aug. 1839; 
married at Ionia, Mich., 23 Oct. 1876, Elmer Wolverton ; and was living at 
Ionia in July 1877. 



1207 



2657 
15296 



2658 



15297 



15303 



15308 



I 208 



78 1 9 



781911 
78191 
78 1 9k 

78191 

78 I 9m 



7820 



Eighth Generation. 



VI. Hiram Fulford Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., i Aug. 1841 ; 15311 
a machinist; married at Belleville, 16 July 1863, Ellen Madden, dau. of 
Thomas and Ellen (Ryan) Madden, of Dublin, Ireland, where she was born 

in 1846. They settled at Belleville, and were living there in July 1877. 

VII. William Henry Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 8 Aug. 1843; 
a painter; married at Troy, N. Y., 26 Feb. 1870, Henrietta Campbell; died 
without children, 13 Ap. 1875, at Troy, and was buried in Oakwood 
Cemetery. She married (2d) Lemuel Hurlburt, and was living at 159 
Ferry Street, Troy, in July 1877. 

VIII. Abel Rankins, twin, b. at Belleville, C. W., 8 Nov. 1844; died 
there, 25 Dec. 1844, and was buried in the English Cemetery. 

IX. Cordelia Rankins, twin, b. at Belleville, C. W., 8 Nov. 1844; 
died there, 25 Dec. 1844, and was buried in the English Cemetery. 

X. Matilda Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 15 Jan. 1846; married, 
I July 1868, John L. White, a machinist, who died about Oct. 1871, at 
Oshawa, C. W. She married (2d) Henry Wood ; and settled at Manitoba, 
Rupert Land, where they were living in July 1877. 

XL Cinderella Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 17 Feb. 1847; died 
there, 20 Aug. 1 848, and was buried in the English Cemetery. 

XII. Rufus Holden Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 17 Sept. 1850; 
and was living there in July 1877. 

XIII. Phebe Zilpah Elliott Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 22 
Sept. 1852 ; and was living there in July 1877. 

XIV. Cinderella Annette Rankins, b. at Belleville, C. W., 10 Dec. 

1854; and was living there in July 1877. 



Chil. of Richard Austin and Mary Ann (Whipple) Polley. 

I. Sarah Clarissa Polley, b. in Woodcock, Penn., 10 Sept. 1838; 
married in Waumandee, Wis., 29 Oct. 1860, Joseph Cookson Bennett, a 
farmer, whose parents then lived in Jefferson, Wis. He was born at 
Summer Hill, N. Y., 30 Nov. 1836, son of James Mix and Catharine 
(Wagner) Bennett. They were living in Albany, Wis., in May 1874; and 
had previously dwelt in Illinois and Minnesota. He was one of the con- 
stables of his county. 






7821 



7822 



7823 



7824 



7825 



7826 



7827 



Whitney Family. 



II. Orrin Duane Polley, b. in Woodcock, Penn., 14 June 1842 ; was a 
soldier in the war of 1861; died in hospital at Vicksburgh, I June 1865, 
and was buried there. 

III. Martha Malvina Polley, b. in Woodcock, Penn., 20 July 1844; 
married in Buffalo Co., Wis., 6 Sept. 1858, George Washington Bool, son 
of "Emicle" and Nancy (Bailey) Bool. They settled in Wisconsin, and 
moved from there to Woodburn, Oregon, where they were living in 1874. 

IV. Sarah Clarissa Polley, b. in Woodcock, Penn., 10 Feb. 1847; 
died 12 Feb. 1847, and was buried in Woodcock. 

Here is one of those cases, admirably adapted to confuse the genealogist, 
in which a child, dying without a name, is recorded by the name of an 
elder sister, who was still living ; and that elder sister gave this date as 
that of her own birth, though it made her only thirteen years old at her 
marriage. 

V. Austin Dwight Polley, b. in Lodi, Wis., 4 June 1849; a maker 
of boots and shoes; married in Mondovi, Wis., 4 May 1873, by W. W. 
Wyman, Esq., to Virginia Louisa Paige, who was born in Canton, Wis., 
1 8 June 1856, dau. of William Henry and Helen Elizabeth (Drew) Paige, 
then of Canton, later of Gervais, Oregon. They settled in Silverton, 
Oregon, 3 Jan. 1874, and were living there in Jan. 1875. 

VI. Caroline Eva Polley, b. in Lodi, Wis., 20 Sept. 1852; married 
in Salem, Oregon, 3 Dec. 1873, Cyrus Walker Hendershott, a carpenter 
and farmer, who was born in New London, Iowa, 27 Aug. 1845, son of 
David and Lydia (Albright) Hendershott. They lived at Woodburn, 
Oregon, in 1874. 



Child of David Luther and Sarah Ann (Polley) Mackey. 

I. Elizabeth Clarissa Mackey, b. in Richmond, Penn., 2 Oct. 1855; 
and was living there, with her parents, in 1874, unmarried. 



Chil. of Samuel and Marian Abigail (Hotchklss) Polley. 

I. Henrietta Clarissa Polley, b. in Richmond, Penn., 16 Jan. 1843; 
and died there, 15 Oct. 1850. 

MM 



I 209 



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15326 



2660 



2661 



I2IO 

7828 
7829 

7 8 3 o 



7832 



7833 



7834 

7835 
7836 

7837 



Right/i Generation. 



II. William Amasa Polley, b. in Richmond, Penn., 3 May 1843. 

III. Henrietta Clarissa Polley, b. in Richmond, Penn., 15 Oct. 1845; 
married there, 17 Aug. 1873, at her father's house, Joseph C. Charters. 

They were living in " Parker's City," Penn., in 1874. 

IV. Orrin David Polley, b. in Richmond, Penn., 13 May 1855. 



Chil. of Nathan and Eliza Ann (Whitney) Chamberlain. 

I. Lyman Boomer Chamberlain, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 30 Aug. 
1836; a gunsmith and machinist; married at her father's house in Ellis- 
burgh, 28 Nov. 1867, by Rev. Ashley Fraser, of Sandy Creek, N. Y., 
Methodist, to his second cousin, Mary Elizabeth Farman, who was born in 
Ellisburgh, 2 Dec. 1840, dau. of Joab and Lydia Seward (Josselyn) 
Farman. They lived near Ellis Village in 1874. 

II. John Byron Chamberlain, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., loOct. 1838; 
died there, 5 Oct. 1845, a d was buried in Ellisburgh Cemetery. 

III. James Henry Chamberlain, b. in Ellisburgh, N. Y., 17 Aug. 
1845; died there, 14 May 1855, and was buried in Ellisburgh Cemetery. 



Chil. of Cornelius and Phebe (Whitney) Stafford. 

I. Olive Sophia Stafford, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 18 June 1841; married 
there, I Jan. 1866, by Rev. Abram Woodard, to Jacob Austin Richards, 
who was born in Auburn, son of John Chadwick and Sarah Malvina 
(Ensign) Richards. They lived in South Newbury, Ohio, in 1 874. 

II. Luzerne Delos Stafford, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 16 Ap. 1844; died 
there, 13 Oct. 1862, and was buried in Auburn Centre. 

III. Marzene Royal Stafford, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 22 Ap. 1848 ; 
and was living there in 1874, unmarried. 

IV. Lionel Byron Stafford, b. in Auburn, Ohio, 28 Ap. 1851; and 
was living there in 1874, unmarried. 



2663 
15327 

7788 



2664 
15328 



7838 



7839 



7840 



784 1 



7842 
7843 

7844 
7845 



Whitney Family. 

Child of Luther Thomas and Susan Romelia (Wright) Whitney. 

I. Luther Francis Whitney, b. in Burnett, Wis., in Aug. 1850; 
present residence unknown. 



Chil. of Alanson and Lydia Mason (Whitney) MofTatt. 

I. Orris MofTatt, b. in Middlefield, Ohio, 27 July 1845; married in 
Claridon, Ohio, 8 March 1869, Ellen Carver, dau. of William and Rhoda 
(Bushnell) Carver. They were living in Middlefield in 1874. 

II. Harriet MofTatt, b. in Middlefield, Ohio, 28 Jan. 1856; and was 
living there, with her parents, in 1 874. 



Child of John Bowen and Martha Almeda (Douglass) Whitney. 

I. Eugene Douglass Whitney, b. in Burton, Ohio, 27 March 1869; 
and was living with his father, in Claridon Centre, Ohio, in 1874. 



Chil. of Isaac Brock and Mariette (Tullar) Sterling. 

I. Louise Caroline Sterling, b. in Simcoe, Canada West, 4 June 
1846; married in Chicago, 111., I Aug. 1865, William Best, born in Can- 
terbury, Eng., 29 Aug. 1841, son of William and Mary Ann (Whitehead) 
Best. They were living at n Forest Avenue, Chicago, 111., in June 1874. 

II. Herbert Tullar Sterling, b. in Lockport, N.Y., 20 Nov. 1849; 
enlisted at Chicago, 111., in Co. G, I3th Reg., U. S. Infantry, and was dis- 
charged 26 Jan. 1868. He was living at II Forest Avenue, Chicago, in 
June 1874. 

III. Mortimer Frank Sterling, b. in Chicago, 111., 22 June 1854; 
and was living there in June 1874. 

IV. William Henry Sterling, b. in Chicago, 111., 21 Sept. 1859; and 
was living there in June 1874. 



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Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Freeman and Melinda (Gates) Walden. 



2689 



I. Myron Walden, b. in Perry, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1821; a house-builder; 15332 
married at Lagrange, in Hanover, N. Y., 10 Ap. 1849, by Squire Codding- 

ton, to Laura Stewart, dau. of Silas and Esther (Underwood) Stewart, of 
Hanover, where she was born 7 Aug. 1824. He went to Connewango, 
N. Y., in Dec. 1835, and after eight years, to Ellington Centre, N. Y., where 
he dwelt till his marriage. They lived in South Collins, N. Y., till the 
Autumn of 1850; in Ellington Centre, till the Spring of 1855 ; in Allegan, 
Mich., till the Spring of 1856; in Collins, N. Y., till Aug. 1857; in Hum- 
phrey, N. Y., till Feb. 1858; in East Randolph, N. Y., till May 1862; in 
Dexterville, N. Y., till Ap. 1864; in Jamestown, N. Y., till Ap. 1865 ; in 
Canton, Iowa, till Sept. 1865 ; and, I Oct. 1865, settled in Rochester, Minn., 
where they were still living in July 1 874. 

II. Philemon Walden, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1824; a farmer; 15336 
married in Collins, about one-fourth of a mile from Gowanda, in Persia, 
N.Y., 15 Sept. 1854, Pamelia Barker Southwick, dau. of Enos and Pamelia 
Folger (Barker) Southwick, of Collins, where she was born 1 1 March 1827. 

They settled in Collins, which had been his home since i Sept. 1843, and 
were living there in July 1874. 

III. Ira Gates Walden, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 18 Feb. 1826; a 15343 
butcher; married in Beaver Dam, Wis., 10 Sept. 1850, Rachel Cameron, 

who was born in Cornwall, Canada, 14 May 1837, dau. of Duncan and 
Mary (McDonald) Campbell. They dwelt in Beaver Dam till 10 Aug. 
1851; in Houston, Minn., till 10 Ap. 1852; again in Beaver Dam; in 
Rochester, Minn., till 15 Oct. 1869; and then moved to Jackson, Minn., 
where she died 15 Oct. 1872, and where he was still living in July 1874. 
He enlisted, 22 June 1861, in the 2d Reg., Minnesota Volunteers; was 
severely wounded in the battle of Mill Springs, Ky., 19 Jan. 1862; and 
was discharged for disability resulting from the wound, 22 May 1862, in 
Louisville, Ky. 

IV. Elisha Silas Walden, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 9 March 1828; a 15350 
carpenter and joiner ; married in Centreville, Penn., I Jan. 1861, Clarinda 
Hibbard Southwick, dau. of William Bowran and Maria (Ridout) South- 
wick, of Oil Creek, Penn. She was born in Cattaraugus, N. Y., 29 Ap. 

1844. They dwelt in Troy, Crawford Co., Penn., till 1870; and were 
living in the same county, near Lines Hollow post-office, in July 1874. 

V. Erasmus Darwin Walden, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 9 Nov. 1831; 
and was living in St. Peter's, Minn., in July 1874. 

VI. Lucius Franklin Walden, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 28 Nov. 1833; 






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enlisted at Fort Snelling, Minn., 25 Ap. 1861, in the 1st Reg. of Minnesota 
Volunteers; was transferred, in 1862, to the 1st Reg. of U. S. Cavalry, as 
corporal ; was with the Army of the Potomac, in most of its battles, from 
the first Bull Run, including Manassas, Fredericksburgh, Antietam, Fair 
Oaks, Savage's Station (where he was slightly wounded), Malvern Hill, 
Harrison's Landing, to Gettysburg!!, 3 July 1863, where he was wounded 
so severely as to cause his death, 9 July 1863, in hospital at Frederick 
City, Md. He was unmarried. 

VII. Freeman Walden, b. in Ellington, N. Y., u Nov. 1835; an 
architect and builder; married in Moline, 111., 22 Feb. 1856, Fidelia Jane 
Crippen, dau. of Nathaniel and Prudence (Welch) Crippen, of Norwich, 
N. Y. They settled in Aledo, 111.; and, in 1862, moved to Shellsburgh, 
Iowa, and soon settled on a farm five miles south of that place, in Canton 
township, and were living there in Oct. 1874. 



Chil. of Noel Congar and Dorothy (Greene) Gate*. 

I. Elects Gates, married Hiram Porter. 

II. Dorothy Gates, b. 7 Feb. 1827; married Thomas Holland; and 

dwelt in Ellington, N. Y., where she died 12 Dec. 1846. 

III. Noel Gates. 

IV. Martha Gates, married James Bush. 

V. Mary Gates. 

VI. Lydia Gates. 

VII. Worthy Gates. 



Chil. of Henry Whitney and Elmina (Waterman) Gates. 

I. Harvey Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1829; married in 
Wisconsin, 16 July 1855, Ellen Ward; died without children, 21 Oct. 1855, 
in Soda Mills, Iowa, and was buried there. 

II. Cordelia Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 21 Sept. 1831; married 
there, 18 Dec. 1850, Lev! Robinson Barber, son of James and Rebecca 
(Brown) Barber, of Parishville, N. Y. He died 16 July 185 1, aged 27 years 
and 10 months. She married (2d), 18 Jan. 1853, in Ellington, William 
Crawford, son of Charles and Lucy (Nash) Crawford, of Arkwright, N. Y. 



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He died 16 Feb. 1856, aged 26 years and 27 days. She died in Kennedy, 
N. Y., 21 Nov. 1856, and was buried in Gerry, N. Y. 

III. Andrew Jackson Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1834; 15368 
married in Napoli, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1854, by Elder James Bears, Adventist, 

to Clarissa Maria Bushnell, who was born 9 May 1837, dau. of Chauncey 
and Emeline (Woodworth) Bushnell. He entered the army by draft, 21 
Sept. 1 863, and was with the Army of the Potomac, in all its battles, from 
5 May to 18 Aug. 1864, when he was taken to hospital, and remained 
there till the close of the war ; and the disease then contracted, closed his 
life at Ellington, 2 1 Nov. 1 866. He was buried in Ellington. She married 
(2d), 4 March 1869, Charles Brown, and was living in Poland Centre, N. Y., 
in May 1874. 

IV. Martin Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 7 June 1837; married in 15369 
Little Valley, N. Y., 10 Oct. 1859, by Fuller Bucklin, Esq., to Louisa Hall, 

who was born in 1835, dau. of Joel and Lydia (Everts) Hall. He enlisted, 
20 Aug. 1 86 1, in the gth Reg. of Iowa Volunteers ; was wounded, 7 March 
1862, in the battle of Pea Ridge, Ark.; and died of his wound, in hospital, 
at Springfield, Mo., 21 March 1872. His body, which was first buried in 
Springfield, was removed to Ellington, and interred there 7 May 1862. 
She was living in Randolph, N. Y., in May 1874. 

V. Lucy Jane Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 30 June 1839; married ' 15370 
in Little Valley, N. Y., I June 1858, by Fuller Bucklin, Esq., to Curtis De 

Bell, a farmer, son of William and Nancy (Cobb) De Bell, of Kennedy, 
N. Y. He was born in Arkwright, N. Y., i Dec. 1830. They settled in 
Kennedy, and were living there in May 1874. 

VI. Philo Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 15 Novi84i; an inspector 15373 
of lumber; married at Kennedy, in Poland, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1861, by Rev. 

John Snyder, to Emily Maria Barnum, dau. of Perry and Caroline (Wood- 
worth) Barnum, of Napoli, N. Y., where she was born 22 Dec. 1841. 
They settled in Ellington, 22 Ap. 1862; returned to Poland, 6 March 1866, 
and were living there in May 1874. He enlisted, I Sept. 1864, in Co. C, 
9th Reg., N. Y. S. Cavalry; and was discharged I June 1865, having taken 
part in the battle of Gordonsville,Va. 

VII. Henry Clay Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 21 Oct. 1845; a 15377 
farmer; enlisted, i Sept. 1864, in Co. D, i2Oth Reg., N. Y. S. Vol.; took 

part in five general engagements; and was discharged 15 June 1865. He 
was married, 4 Ap. 1866, in Ellington, by Rev. G. W. Varnum, Baptist, to 
Julia Maria Risley, dau. of William and Eliza Lucinda (Ritter) Risley, of 
Ellington, where she was born 19 Oct. 1844. They settled in Poland, 
N. Y., 19 July 1866; moved to Ellington, 10 Dec. 1866; to Cold Spring, 



Whitney Family. 



Cattaraugus Co., N. Y., in Feb. 1870; to Ellington, in Feb. 1872; to 
Poland, 1 6 Sept. 1873 ; to Cold Spring, in March 1874; and were living at 
the latter place in May 1874. 



Chil. of Ira Loyal and Louisa Priscilla (Billings) Gates. 

I. Semantha Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., n Oct. 1829; married 
in West Randolph, N. Y., 26 Ap. 1846, Oren E. Wheelock, son of Eliab 
and Ruth (Blackman) Wheelock. They settled in Poland, N. Y., where 
she died, 8 Aug. 1855, and was buried. He was still living in Poland 
Centre in May 1874. 

II. Alvin Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 26 Ap. 1831; a farmer; 
married in Ellington, 21 Aug. 1857, by Charles B. Greene, Esq., to 
Lucinda Risley, dau. of William and Eliza Lucinda (Ritter) Risley, of 
Ellington. They settled in Ellington, and were living there in May 1874. 

III. Albert Gates, b. in Poland, N. Y., 8 July 1833; a cooper; 
married in Ellington, 10 March 1858, Catharine Smith, dau. of Luther 
and Rhoda (Felt) Smith, of Ellington. They were living at Kennedy, in 
Poland, in May 1874. 

IV. William Penn Gates, b. in Poland, N. Y., 29 Aug. 1844; a 
merchant; married in Ellington, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1866, by Rev. Mr. Benson, 
Congregational, to Ellen Louisa Greene, dau. of Delos and Lucy (Morgan) 
Greene. They settled in Ellington, and were living there in May 1874. 
He has twice been town-clerk. 



Chil. of Ransom and Sophronla (Ash) Gates. 

I. Carleton Gates. 

II. Edson Gates. 

III. Francis Gates. 

IV. Jerome Gates. 

V. Julia Gates. 

VI. Isabel Gates. 

VII. Martha Gates. 

VIII. George Gates. 



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7884 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Lorison and Salome Parker (Felt) Gates. 



2694 



7879 I. Stillman Gates, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1835; married in 15391 
Wheatfield, Ind., 2 Ap. 1857, Mary McNeil, dau. of James and Hope 

(Gifford) McNeil, of Wheatfield. They were living in San Pierre, Ind., in 
May 1874. 

7880 II. Lorison Lucius Gates, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, i Sept. 1837; a '539^ 
farmer; married in Wheatfield, Ind., 29 Dec. 1860, by his father, Rev. 
Lorison Gates, to Nancy Maria McNeil, dau. of James and Hope (Gifford) 
McNeil, of Wheatfield. She was born in North Evans, N. Y., 20 July 

1840. They settled in Porter, Ind., where she died, 8 May 1870, and was 
buried. He was married (2d), 26 Sept. 1871, by Rev. Robert Beer, pastor 
of the Presbyterian Church in Valparaiso, Ind., to Eliza Ann Dolbee, dau. 
of Benajah and Ann (Dunham) Dolbee, of Olena, Ohio. She was born in 
Hartland, Ohio, 9 Jan. 1849. They were living in Porter in May 1874. 

III. Salome Electa Gates, b. in Brunson, Ohio, 31 May 1840; 
married in Porter, Ind., I Jan. 1861, Frederick Alonzo Fairchild, of Winfield, 
Ind., who died in Valparaiso, Ind., 12 Sept. 1862. She died, without 
children, 26 Sept. 1871, in Porter; and was buried near her husband, in 
Porter Cemetery. 

IV. Ira Rufus Gates, b. in Norwalk, Ohio, 17 May 1842 ; a farmer; 1 5399 
married in Valparaiso, Ind., 5 Oct. 1869, by Rev. G. M. Boyd, to Nancy 
Livona Friend, dau. of Charles and Mary (Cornish) Friend, of Porter Co., 

Ind. She was born in Jasper Co., Ind., 17 June 1850. They settled in 
Bruce, Iowa, 23 Feb. 1870, and were living there in June 1874. 

7883 V. Lucy Jane Gates, b. in Munson, Ohio, 23 Dec. 1844; married in 

| Rensselaer, Ind., 24 March 1873, by Rev. D. T. Halstead, to William 
Clark, a farmer, son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Vorhees) Clark, of Wheat- 
field, Ind. He was born in Coshocton Co., Ohio, 4 Ap. 1842. They were 
living in Valparaiso, Ind., in June 1874, without children. 

VI. Hosea Felt Gates, b. in Kirtland, Ohio, i Sept. 1847 ; a farmer; 15403 
married in Vinton, Iowa, 29 Aug. 1871, by Rev. S. C. Freer, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Olive Amanda Woodley, dau. of Abraham Woolever and 
Rhoda (Doane) Woodley, of Bruce, Iowa. She was born in Hinckley, 
Ohio, 25 Nov. 1852. They dwelt in Bruce till Oct. 1872 ; and then moved 
to Laporte City, Iowa, where they were living in May 1-874. 

7885 VII. Goodwin Gates, b. in Kirtland, Ohio, 3 Aug. 1850; married in 15404 

Mechanicsville, Iowa, 29 Dec. 1869, Thera A. Williams, dau. of Miles 
Williams. They dwelt in Peoria, 111., in May 1874. 








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7886 VIII. Ruth Ann Gates, b. in Kirtland, Ohio, 5 Aug. 1852; died in 
Porter, Ind., 2 Jan. 1854, and was buried in Porter Cemetery. 



7887 



7893 
7894 

7895 



Chil. of Hovey and Clarissa Elmlna (Gates) Colburn. 

I. Mclinda Betsey Colburn, b. in Poland, NY., 24 Ap. 1838; 
married in Ellery, N. Y., 27 Sept. 1859, by James Hale, Esq., to John 
Darwin Crandall, son of James and Amy (Edwards) Crandall. They 
settled at Kennedy, in Poland, and were living there in May 1874. 



7888 II. John Colburn, b. in Poland, N. Y. ( 25 Aug. 1845; died 7 Sept. 
1845, an d was buried in Poland. 

7889 III. Texcelia Maria Colburn, b. in Poland, N. Y., 27 July 1853; 
married there, i Oct. 1873, at her father's house, by Rev. Bliss C. Wil- 
loughby, Baptist, to Lev! Philander Harris, a teacher and farmer, son of 
Alonzo Daecalrus and Ann Cynthia (Jenks) Harris, of Poland, where he 
was born 14 May 1853. They were living with her parents, at Kennedy, 
in Poland, in May 1 874. 



Chil. of Oramel Griffin and Harriet (Waterman) Gates. 

7890 I. Laura B. Gates, b. 4 March 1843. 

7891 II. Hiram B. Gates, b. 4 Oct. 1845. 



Child of Albert Callatin and Betsey (Gates) Bralnerd. 

7892 I. Leonard Gates Brainerd, b. in Ellington, N. Y., i Jan. 1854; 
and was living there in May 1874. 



Chil. of Horace and Elizabeth (Blanohard) Phlppany. 

I. Arthur Phippany. 

II. Hallar Phippany. 

III. Carroll Phippany. 

They were thought to be living in Lyndonville, N. Y., in 1874; but no 
particulars could be obtained. 
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Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of George James and Charity Maria (Crane) Phippany. 

I. Walter Scott Phippany, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 15 Sept. 1837; 
lived in Brockport, N. Y., from 1859 to Aug. 1861 ; was private in Co C, 
3d Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Cavalry, from 3 Aug. 1861 to 21 Dec. 1861 ; was clerk 
in Q. M. Dep., U. S. A., at Memphis, Tenn.,from Feb. 1862 to Ap. 1863, 
held the same position at Little Rock, Ark., from Ap. 1863 to Jan. 1864, 
and was chief clerk in the same department, at Nashville, Tenn., from Jan. 
1864 to Ap. 1865. He was married in Jonesville, Mich., 20 Ap. 1865, by 
Rev. Mr. Childs, Presbyterian, to Genevieve Blanchard, dau. of Charles 
and Maria (Crane) Blanchard, of Albion, Mich., where she was born 19 
Sept. 1846. He settled in Laporte, Ind., but soon returned to Albion, 
where he was engaged in business till 6 Sept. 1870; and then settled in 
Chicago, 111., where he was living in June 1874, at 566 South Dearborn 
Street. 

II. Henry Clay Phippany, b. in Ellington, N. Y., 17 July 1842 ; and 
was living in Albion, Mich., in May 1874. 



Chil. of James and Mary Ann (Lucas) Brooks. 

I. Richard Gates Brooks, b. in St. Alban's, Vt., 20 July 1830 ; mar- 
ried, 25 Ap. 1854, Polly Matilda Rice, dau. of Willis and Hannah (Kimble) 
Rice; and was living in Georgia Centre, Vt., in Sept. 1874. 

II. Loren Worthington Brooks, b. in S wanton, Vt., 7 Feb. 1834; 
died there, 8 Feb. 1835, and was buried at St. Alban's Point, Vt. 

III. David Gates Brooks, b. in St. Alban's, Vt, 28 March 1837; 
died there, 25 Jan. 1843, an ^ was buried at St. Alban's Point. 



Chil. of David Gates and Eusebia (Connor) Brooks. 

I. Frances Florida Brooks, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, 8 Ap. 1844 ; mar- 
ried in Oct. 1865, at Chateaugay, N. Y., Ralph Jenkins. They were living 
at Highgate, Vt, in March 1875. 

II. Charles Mathewson Brooks, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, 6 Aug. 15409 
1845 ; a farmer; married at Chateaugay, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1867, his cousin, 
Fanny Elizabeth Brooks, dau. of Smith Adonijah and Almira (Kibbe) 7906 
Brooks. They dwelt at Chateaugay for one year ; and then moved to St. 



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7905 



7906 



7908 



Whitney Family. 



Alban's, where they were living in Feb. 1875. He enlisted, 29 March 
1865, for one year or the war, as private in Co. G, I93d Reg., N. Y. S. 
Volunteers ; and was discharged at Harper's Ferry, Va., 18 Jan. 1866. 



Chil. of Smith Adonljah and Almira (Kibbe) Brooks. 

I. Ebenezer Adonijah Brooks, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, 27 Feb. 1835; 
a farmer; married at St. Alban's, 15 Oct. 1862, Azubah Lydia Meigs, dau. 
of Luther and Phebe (Stockwell) Meigs, of Highgate, Vt, where she was 
born 24 May 1 839. They settled at St. Alban's, and were living at St. 
Alban's Point in Sept. 1874. 

II. Harriet Sarepta Brooks, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, 12 Nov. 1837. 

III. Judith Harrington Brooks, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, 12 Sept. 1839; 
married there, 30 March 1858, by Rev. J. E. Rankin, Congregational, to 
Henry Thomas Ballard, a trader, son of Benjamin Sabin and Lepha (Rogers) 
Ballard, of Georgia, Vt., where he was born 7 Nov. 1830. After dwelling 
at Georgia for five years, they moved to Burr Oak, Mich. ; and thence 
returned to St. Alban's, where they were living in Ap. 1875. He enlisted, 
17 March 1865, at Kalamazoo, Mich., and was discharged at Little Rock, 
Ark., 13 Aug. 1865. 

IV. Fanny Elizabeth Brooks, b. at St. Alban's, Vt., 12 Oct. 1843 ; 
married at Chateaugay, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1867, her cousin, Charles Mathewson 
Brooks, a farmer, son of David Gates and Eusebia (Connor) Brooks. See 
his record. 



7907 V. Betsey Almira Brooks, b. at St. Alban's, Vt, 14 May 1849; 
married Warren W. Green, of the same place ; and dwelt at St. Alban's 
Bay, Vt, in 1874. 



Chil. of Harmon Nathaniel and Victorine Vogal (Brooks) Baker. 

I. Sarah Emeroy Baker, b. at East Moriah, N. Y., 14 July 1836; 
married at Bellmont, Vt, 30 March 1854, John Atwood Dodge, son of 
Jeremiah and Abigail (Pasley) Dodge. He died II Ap. 1857, and was 
buried at LeClaire, Iowa. She married (2d), 20 Dec. 1863, at Chateaugay, 
N. Y., Charles Washburne, son of Reuben and Betsey (Wade) Washburne. 
They were living at Spring Valley, Minn., in June 1874. 



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II. Marietta Electa Baker, b. at St. Alban's, Vt., 31 Oct. 1842; died 
there 21 Jan. 1843, and was buried at St. Alban's Point. 



Chil. of Foster and Rutia Ann (Brooks) Bellows. 



VI. 



Canton, N. Y., in May 1874. 



Bellows, married Stllman Towner ; and was living at 



Child of Charles and Miranda Lydla (Brooks) Chamberlain. 

I. Norman Chamberlain, "went west several years ago;" residence 
not known. 



Chil. of Walter Gates and Eunice (Taylor) Howard. 

I. Melvin Sailes Howard, b. at Pierrepont, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1849; a 
farmer; was living at Canton, N. Y., in March 1875, unmarried. 

II. Ella Miranda Howard, b. at Pierrepont, N. Y., 15 Nov. 1851; 
married, 1 5 Nov. 1 870, by Rev. William Whitfield, Free Baptist, to Herbert 
Wood, a farmer, son of James and Charlotte (Griffin) Wood, of Potsdam, 
N. Y., where he was born 29 July 1850. They were living at Potsdam in 
June 1874. 



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I. Brooks Harrington Bellows, b. at Essex, Vt, 18 Dec. 1834; a 15420 
farmer; married at Farmington, N. Y., 16 March 1858, Permelia Cole, 

dau. of Seymour and Elizabeth Lamphere (Lake) Cole, of Farmington, 
where she was born 16 Ap. 1841. They settled at Pierrepont, N. Y., 
where he died, 7 Nov. 1864, of consumption contracted in the army. He 
enlisted, Sept. 1862, in Co. I, I42d Reg., N. Y. S. Vol.; took part in seven 
engagements ; and was in active service till shortly before his death. She 
married (2d), 22 Oct. 1870, Truman Moore, and was living at Pierrepont 
in July 1874. 

II. Edward Bellows. 
Ill Zadok Bellows. 

IV. Harrison Bellows. 

V. Ardel Bellows. 



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III. Carleton Gates Howard, b. at Pierrepont, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1855. 

IV. Lucy Maria Howard, b. at Pierrepont, N.Y., 25 June 1857; died 
at Pierrepont, 5 Sept. 1858, and was buried there. 

V. Albortus Walter Howard, b. at Pierrepont, N. Y., 29 July 1859. 

VI. Frank Brooks Howard, b. at Pierrepont, N. Y., 5 Aug. 1862. 



Chil. of John Chamberlin and Alvira Electa Drusllla (Gates) Cody. 2715 

I. Mary Victorine Cody, b. at Waterborough, in Poland, N. Y., 10 15422 
June 1842 ; married at her father's house in Ellington, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1862, 
Hiram Nelson Craves, a dealer in coal and lumber, son of Nelson and Sarah 
(Rogers) Graves, of Jordan, N. Y., where he was born 17 Jan. 1837. They 
settled at Jordan, 18 Feb. 1862, and were living there in June 1874. 

II. John Alfred Cody, b. at Ellington, N.Y., 22 Sept. 1846; a shoe- 
maker; married at New Wilmington, Penn., 21 July 1872, Elizabeth Berres 
Gathers, dau. of Samuel and Jane Caroline (Hodge) Gathers, of Neshan- 
nock Falls, Penn., where she was born 6 May 185 1. They dwelt at Indian 
Run, Penn., from 23 Aug. 1872 till 14 Oct. 1872; and then settled at 
Spring, Penn., where they were living in June 1874, without children. 

III. Elmore David Cody, b. at West Randolph, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1849; I54 2 7 
a tinsmith; married 16 Ap. 1871, at Spring, Penn., by Rev. J. W. Snyder, 
Baptist, to Delia Eighmy, dau. of Charles Beebe and Melinda (Sheldon) 
Eighmy, of Spring, where she was born 20 June 1852. They settled at 
Spring, and were living there in June 1874. 

IV. Charles Luke Cody, b. at West Randolph, N. Y., 21 Dec. 1850; 15428 
a tinsmith; married at Ridgeway, Penn., 27 July 1872, Laura Elizabeth 
Barrett, dau. of Philo Welton and Jane Fowler (Luther) Barrett, of Luthers- 
burgh, Penn., where she was born 8 Ap. 1853. He settled at Ridgeway in 

1867 ; and they were living there in June 1874. 



Chil. of Roll in Cone and Jane (Phillips) Gates. 2716 

I 

I. Caroline Quarantine Gates, b. at Ellington, N. Y., 23 Dec. 

1850; and was living there in June 1874, unmarried. 

II. Clayton John Gates, b. at Ellington, N. Y., 10 Dec. 1860. 



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7933 



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Chil. of John Jirls and Amanda (Gates) Simpson. 

I. Clara Orinda Simpson, b. at Ellington, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1861. 

II. Polly Selina Simpson, b. at Poland, N. Y., 19 Nov. 1863. 

Chil. of James and Melinda (Gates) Felt. 

I. Diana Colistia Jeannette Felt, b. at Ellington, N. Y., 9 Nov. 
1856; married there, 18 Jan. 1875, by Rev. C. P. Alderman, Christian, to 
Charles Lewis Milspaw, a farmer, son of Wesley and Angeline (Cheese- 
man) Milspaw, of Ellington. He was born at Cherry Creek, N. Y., 3 May 
1845. They were living at Ellington in March 1875. 

II. Clyde Morton Felt, b. at Ellington, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1858; and was 
living there in March 1875. 

III. Selina Estella Felt, b. at Valparaiso, Ind., 10 Nov. 1860; and 
died there, 25 Aug. 1862. 



Chil. of Charles and Eliza Ann (Stevens) Gates. 

I. Mary Ellen Gates, b. at Ellington, N. Y., 13 June 1854. 

II. Charles Ellsworth Gates, b. at Union Mills, Penn., 7 March 
1863. 



Chil. of John and Orinda Charity (Gates) Pardee. 

I. Azalene Augusta Pardee, b. at Ellington, N. Y., 22 Aug. 1863. 

II. Frederick Gates Pardee, b. at Corry, Penn., 22 Feb. 1870. 



Chil. of Edward Henry and Lydia (Nessle) Gates. 

7938 I. Cassius Gates. 

7939 II. Francis Gates. 



2717 



2722 



2723 



2728 



2731 



Whitney Family. 



Child of Edwin Henry and Margaret (Carpenter) Gates. 
I. Francis Martin Gates, b. 13 June 1845 ; died 1 3 Dec - l8 47- 

Child of Chauncey M. and Mary Electa (Gates) Murch. 
I. Mary Selina Murch, b. 24 Sept. 1841; died 13 Ap. 1843. 

Child of William Cullen and Martha (Cone) Gates. 

I. Edwin Gates. 

Chil. of John Henry and Ellen Maria (Gate*) Maynard. 

I. Eugene Maynard. 

II. Frank Duane Maynard. 

Child of William Whitney and Fanny (Stark) Gates. 
I. William Henry Seward Gates, b. at Beaver Dam, Wis. 

Chil. of Walter and Selina (Gates) Markham. 
I. Francis Mayron Markham ; is dead. 



1223 



2732 



2733 



2738 



2739 



2742 



2743 



II. Ellen Aurelia Markham, b. at Calamus, Wis., 25 May 1851; mar- 15429 
ried at Beaver Dam, Wis., 8 Oct. 1864, Alvln Thomas Kezar, son of Hiram 
and Catharine (Nesdal) Kezar. They were living at Brownsdale, Minn., 
in Aug. 1874. 



Chil. of David and Jane (Newell) Gates. 

I. George William Gates, b. in Lake Co., 111., 23 Ap. 1845; died at 
Gayoso Hospital, Memphis, Tenn., 24 June 1864, and was buried at 
Memphis. 



2744 



I 224 


Eighth Generation. 




7949 


II. Helen Jeannette Gates, b. in Lake Co., 111., 29 Aug. 1847; 
married in Freeborn Co., Minn., 18 Oct. 1867, by H. I. Parker, to Adam 
E. Christie. They were living at Austin, Minn., in July 1874. 


'543' 


7950 

7951 
7952 

7953 
7954 


Chil. of James and Harriet (Gates) Bush. 

I. Elizabeth Bush, b. at Moscow, Minn., 17 Oct. 1844; and was 
living there in July 1874. 

II. Henry Bush, b. at Moscow, Minn., 15 Sept. 1848; and was living 
there in July 1874. 

III. James Monroe Bush, b. at Moscow, Minn., 15 Ap. 1851. 

Chil. of Solomon and Miranda Selinda (Gates) Salisbury. 

I. William Ardell Salisbury, b. at Wyocena, Wis., 28 Oct. 1847; a 
farmer; married there, n Feb. 1870, by Rev. Mr. Richards, Congrega- 
tional, to Jane Elizabeth Purves, dau. of George and Margaret (Hogg) 
Purves, of Wyocena, where she was born 12 Sept. 1852. They dwelt at 
Quincy, Minn., from 22 Ap. 1870 till 17 Oct. 1871 ; and then moved to 
Elgin, Minn., where they were living in Oct. 1874. 

II. Frank Salisbury, b. at Wyocena, Wis., 9 Jan. 1850; and was 
living there in Aug. 1 874, unmarried. 


2745 

2 747 

'5434 


7955 
7956 

7957 
7958 


Chil. of Seth Crocker and Harriet Eliza (Howard) Gates. 

I. Seth Alonzo Gates, b. at Beaver Dam, Wis., 12 July 1851; died 
at Beaver Dam, 31 Dec. 1851, and was buried there. 

II. Loren Alonzo Gates, b. at Beaver Dam, Wis., 4 Oct. 1852; and 
was living at Delta, Kansas, in Aug. 1874, unmarried. 

III. Ella Miranda Gates, b. at Beaver Dam, Wis., 8 Jan. 1854; and 
was living at Delta, Kansas, in Aug. 1874. 

IV. Edmund Adelbert Gates, b. at Jamestown, Minn., 7 July 1858; 
and was living at Delta, Kansas, in Aug. 1874. 


2748 






7960 



796 1 



7962 
7963 
7964 

7965 



7966 



7968 



7969 



Whitney Family. 



7959 V. Lester Elmer Gates, b. at Mapleton, Minn., 17 Nov. 1861; died 
at Mapleton, 29 March 1863, and was buried there. 



7970 



VI. Llnnie Blanche Gates, b. at Beauford, Minn., 2 Oct. 1864; 
died at Beauford, 31 Jan. 1864, and was buried there. 

VII. Elmer Ellsworth Gates, b. at Beauford, Minn., 4 Jan. 1866. 



Chil. of Albert and Adeline Bebee (Fair-child) Gates. 

I. Rowena Electa Gates, b. at Beauford, Minn., 1 1 Oct. 1865. 

II. Albertha Rozella Gates, b. at Beauford, Minn., 20 Sept. 1867. 

III. Marston Wellington Gates, b. at Beauford, Minn., 3 Aug. 
1869. 

IV. Edmund Amasa Gates, b. at Grant, Kansas, 23 Aug. 1871. 



Chil. of Clark and Susan Ann (Brown) Lobdell. 

I. Sarah Elizabeth Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1839; 
died there, 9 Oct. 1856, and was buried in the North Salem Cemetery. 



7967 II. Helen Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 28 May 1841; was 
living with her parents, at Purdy's Station, N. Y., in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 



III. Darius Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 19 May 1848; was 
living with his parents, at Purdy's Station, N. Y., in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 

IV. Almira Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 14 Ap. 1853; was 
living with her parents, at Purdy's Station, N. Y., in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of Jackson Perry and Mary (Reynolds) Lobdell. 

I. Benjamin Reynolds Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 29 March 

1843; a merchant; married in Southeast, N. Y., 3 June 1873, by Rev. 
Mr. Russell, rector of St. James' (Episcopal) Church at North Salem, to 

154 



1225 



2751 



2753 



2755 
15436 



1226 



Eighth Generation. 



7971 



7972 



7973 



7974 



7975 
7976 

7977 



7978 



Emeline Rundle, dau. of Nathan and Jane (Ryder) Rundle, of Southeast, 
near Brewster's Station, where he was born in March 1850. They settled 
in North Salem, and were living there in Nov. 1874. 

II. Anna Elizabeth Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., i July 1845; 
married there, 25 Jan. 1865, at her father's house, by Rev. Shaler Justyn 
Hillyer, Universalist, to Charles Hubert Vail, a farmer, born in North Salem, 
son of David and Betsey Ann (Bailey) Vail. They settled near Peach 
Pond, in North Salem; and were living there in Nov. 1874. 

III. Floyd Perry Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1847; 
a farmer ; married there, 8 Oct. 1 873, at her father's house, by Rev. Thomas 
Lathrop, Universalist, to Julia Elizabeth Mead, who was born in North 
Salem, 4 Jan. 1853, dau. of Gilbert Thorn and Mary Caroline (Bailey) 
Mead. They were living with his father, in North Salem, in Nov. 1874. 

IV. Anson Whitney Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 8 Aug. 
1851; a teacher; was living in North Salem, with his parents, in Nov. 
1874, unmarried. 

V. Emma Eveline Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 8 Feb. 1855 ', 
and was living there, with her parents, in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 



Chil. of Charles Decatur and Jane Ann (Knapp) Lobdell. 

I. Charles Decatur Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., in Nov. 1857; 
and was living with his mother, at Peoria, 111., in Ap. 1875. 

II. Mary Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 11 Jan. 1860; and was 
living with her aunt, Mrs. Betsey Maria (Lobdell) Lent, near Peekskill, 
N. Y., in May 1875. 

III. Sarah A. Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., u Ap. 1862; and 
was living with her aunt, Mrs. Susan (Lobdell) Lockwood, at Brewster's 
Station, N. Y., in May 1875. 



Chil. of Anson Whitney and Mary Abigail (Jenkins) Lobdell. 

I. Albert Jenkins Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 7 Feb. 1854; 
a clerk; was living at Salem Centre, N. Y., with his mother, in Nov. 1874. 



IS437 



2756 



2757 



Whitney Family. 



1227 



7979 



II. Frederick Anson Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 24 Nov. 
1 86 1 ; and was living with his mother, in Nov. 1 874, at Salem Centre, N. Y. 



7980 
7981 
7982 
7983 



Chil. of Elijah and Julia Eliza (Lobdell) Lee. 

I. Anson Lobdell Lee, b. in Yorktown, N. Y., 3 Ap. 1863. 

II. Elizabeth Lee, b. in Yorktown, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1865. 

III. Sarah Townsend Lee, b. in Yorktown, N. Y., 3 Dec. 1867. 

IV. John Randolph Lee, b. in Yorktown, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1870. 



7984 V. Mary Louise Lee, b. in Yorktown, N. Y., 19 Ap. 1872. 



7985 



7986 



7987 



VI. Robert Perine Lee, b. in Yorktown, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1873. 



Chil. of Alexander Frazier and Julia (Paddock) Lobdell. 

I. Esther Paddock Lobdell, b. at Brewster's Station, N. Y., 29 July 
1867. 

II. Alexander Frazier Lobdell, b. at Brewster's Station, N. Y., 22 
June 1869. 



Chil. of Francis Henderson and Almira Jeannette (Lobdell) Greene. 

7988 I. Everett Lent Greene, b. at Orangeburgh, S. C, 21 Sept. 1870. 

7989 II. Frank Jeannette Greene, b. at Sing Sing, N. Y., 9 May 1873. 



7990 



7991 
7992 



III. Joseph Alfred Greene, b. at Brewster's Station, N. Y., 28 Sept. 



1874- 



Chil. of William Townsend and Mary Jane (Lobdell) Briggs. 

I. Susan Elizabeth Briggs, b. at Ellenville, N. Y., 9 Nov. 1840. 

II. George Henry Briggs, b. at Ellenville, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1842. 



2763 



2764 



2765 



2766 



1228 

7993 
7994 

7995 
7996 
7997 



7998 

7999 
8ooo 



8001 



8002 



8003 



Eighth Generation. 



Chii. of Jacob and Deborah Jane (Stevens) Lobdell. 

I. Herbert Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 10 March 1850; a 
mason ; was living with his parents, in Ellenville, N. Y., in Nov. 1874, un- 
married. 

II. Amanda Jane Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 8 Aug. 1851 ; 
and was living with her parents, in Ellenville, N. Y., in Nov. 1874, unmar- 
ried. 

III. Isabel Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 9 March 1853; and 
was living with her parents, in Ellenville, N. Y., in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 

IV. William Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1855 ; and 
was living with his parents, in Ellenville, N. Y., in Nov. 1874. 

V. Edward Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., in 1857; and was 
living with his parents in Nov. 1874. 



Chil. of Clark Hickock and Abigail Frances (Lobdell) Osborn. 2768 

I. Ellen Amelia Osborn, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1846. 

II. Emma Caroline Osborn, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 20 Feb. 1849. 

III. Walter Doty Osborn, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 24 Aug. 1851. 

Chil. of Samuel Harvey and Nancy Ann (Dykens) Lobdell. 2769 

I. Caroline Elizabeth Lobdell, b. in Peekskill, N. Y., 9 May 1846 ; 
died in Patterson, N.Y., 16 Feb. 1856, and was buried in North Salem 
Cemetery, N. Y. 

II. Mary Jane Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 20 Oct. 1847; 
married in Patterson, N. Y., 28 Oct. 1866, Andrew J. Birdsall, son of Jacob 
and Emily (Washburn) Birdsall. They were living at Purdy's Station, 
N. Y., in Nov. 1874. 

III. George Henry Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 31 July 1850; 15439 
a carpenter; married in Danbury, Conn., 31 July 1873, Harriet E. Northrop, 



2767 





Whitney Family. 


1229 



8004 

; 8005 
8006 
8007 
8008 



8009 



8010 
8on 
8012 



8013 



dau. of William and Harriet (Lake) Northrop. They were living in Dan- 
bury, Conn., in March 1875. 

IV. Nathan Thomas Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 25 Jan. 
1853; and was living with his mother, in Danbury, Conn., unmarried, in 
March 1875. 

V. Ida Lobdell, b. in Patterson, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1855; died there, 25 
Ap. 1857, and was buried in North Salem Cemetery, N. Y. 

VI. Alida Lobdell, b. in Patterson, N. Y., 28 Nov. 1857; and was 
living with her mother, in Danbury, Conn., in March 1875. 

VII. Eugene Harvey Lobdell, b. in Patterson, N. Y., 2 March 1859; 
and was living with his mother, in Danbury, Conn., in March 1875. 

VIII. Harriet Cornelia Lobdell, b. in Patterson, N. Y., 30 Jan. 1861; 
and was living with her mother, in Danbury, Conn., in March 1875. 



Child of Allen and Caroline Elizabeth (Lobdell) Rundle. 

I. Arthur Lobdell Rundle, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 26 May 1860; 
and was living there, with his parents, in Nov. 1 874. 



Chll. of Henry and Sarah Bethla (Nichols) Lobdell. 

I. Ella Augusta Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 23 July 1860. 

II. Alice Irene Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 2 June 1864. 

III. Sarah Edna Lobdell, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 31 Dec. 1872. 

Chll. of Henry Leander and Electa Maria Jane (Whitney) Church. 

I. Adeline Aurelia Church, b. at Chautauqua, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1839; 
died at Chautauqua, 17 Ap. 1843, and was buried there. 



8014 II. Charles Henry Church, b. at Warren, Penn., 21 March 1841 ; 
and was living at Union City, Penn., in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 



2770 



2772 



2773 



1230 



Eighth Generation. 



8015 
8016 
8017 
8018 
8019 
8020 



8021 



8022 



8023 



8024 



III. Russel Stevens Church, b. at Warren, Perm., 12 Feb. 1843; 
and was living at Union City, Penn., in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

IV. Caroline Emily Church, b. at Warren, Penn, 9 Dec. 1844 ; and 
was living at Union City, Penn., in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

V. Horatio Leander Church, b. at Warren, Penn., i Sept. 1847; 
and was living at Union City, Penn., in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

VI. Thomas Alonzo Church, b. at Warren, Penn, 26 Sept. 1849; 
died at Union City, Penn., 7 March 1866, and was buried there. 

VII. Richard Whitney Church, b. at Warren, Penn., 30 May 1851 ; 
died at Union City, Penn., 2 March 1866, and was buried there. 

VIII. Benjamin Franklin Church, b. at Union City, Penn, 13 Nov. 
1860 ; died at Union City, 28 Feb. 1866, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Alexander Hamilton and Mary Ann (Rheubottom) Whitney. 2775 

I. John Henry Rheubottom Whitney, b. at Magnolia, in Chau- 
tauqua, N. Y., 23 Jan. 1842 ; married, 15 Ap. 1871, Burnett Daley; and 
was living at Mayville, in Chautauqua, in June 1874. 

II. Martha Electa Whitney, b. at Magnolia, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1845 ; 15440 
married there, 26 July 1869, Isaac Rosenzweig, an insurance-agent, son of 

Isaac and Benna (Baker) Rosenzweig, of Erie, Penn. He was born at I 
Philadelphia, Penn., 25 Dec. 1845. They settled at Erie, and were living 
there in May 1874. 

III. Caroline Aurelia Whitney, b. at Magnolia, N. Y., 3 March 1 5442 
1849; married, at Union City, Penn., 20 Nov. 1867, by Elder A. M. 
Tennant, to Abraham Organ Cillett, a dealer in furniture, son of William 
Alfred and Julia Ann (Organ) Gillett, 1 of Prattsburgh, N. Y., where he 

was born 14 Ap. 1841. They settled at Union City, and were living there 
in May 1874. 



Child of Alexander Hamilton and Lucy Almeda (Clark) Whitney. 
IV. Henry Clark Whitney, b. at Magnolia, N. Y., 19 Ap. 1873. 

' William Alfred Gillett was son of Abraham and Roxana Gillett, and g. son of Abraham and 
Temperance Gillett. 



2775 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of William Warren and Missouri Ann (Kibbe) Hawkins. 

I. Norman Kibbe Hawkins, b. at Mayville, in Chautauqua, N. Y., 
28 Nov. 1836; and was living with his parents, unmarried, at 326 West 
28th Street, New York, in Ap. 1874. 

II. Cornelia Elizabeth Hawkins, b. at Mayville, in Chautauqua, 
N. Y., 28 Feb. 1838 ; died there, 14 Oct. 1852, and was buried in Westfield 
Cemetery, Westfield, N. Y. 

III. Mary Louise Hawkins, b. at Mayville, in Chautauqua, N. Y., 
1 6 March 1842 ; and was living with her parents, unmarried, at 326 West 
28th Street, New York, in Ap. 1 874. 



Child of Norman Kibbe and Anna Cecilia (Ferris) Whitney. 

I. Mary Augusta Whitney, b. at Chautauqua, N. Y., 12 Jan. 1848 ; 
and was living there in Ap. 1 874, unmarried. 



Chil. of William Chauncey and Adele Amanda (Whitney) Miller. 

I. Arba Dunbar Miller, b. at Harmony, N. Y., 21 July 1843; a 
druggist; married at Irving, in Hanover, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1867, Alice 
Amelia Dewey, dau. of Erastus and Eliza Ann (Cole) Dewey, of North 
East, Penn. She was born at Moscow, N. Y., 15 Jan. 1844. They settled 
at Petroleum Centre, Penn.; and moved, in 1869, to Portsmouth, Ohio, 
where they were living in Ap. 1874. He was a member of Co. I, 68th 
Reg., N. G. S. N. Y., and served for 30 days during the Confederate raid 
toward Harrisburgh, Penn. He also enlisted in 1 864, was assigned to the 
goth Reg., N. Y. Veteran Volunteers, as orderly sergeant, and served till 
the close of the war. 

II. Charles Henry Miller, b. at Harmony, N. Y., 21 Sept. 1848; died 
there, 15 Nov. 1850, and was buried at Sherman, N. Y. 

III. Cornelia Adeline Miller, b. at Harmony, N. Y., 2 Nov. 1851; 
and was living at Jamestown, N. Y., in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

IV. Sarah Miranda Miller, b. at Harmony, N. Y., 21 May 1853; 
and was living at Jamestown, N. Y., in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 



1231 



2780 



2788 



2789 



'5444 



1232 



Right h Generation. 



Chil. of Clark Pomeroy and Helen (Westcott) Whitney. 

8033 I. Mary Diana Whitney, b. at Harmony, N.Y., in Feb. 1850; and 
was living at Mayville, N. Y., in March 1875. 

8034 II. Helen Sibyl Whitney, b. in California; and was living at May- 
ville, N. Y., in March 1875. 



8035 

8036 
8037 



8038 
8039 



8040 

8041 

8042 
8043 



Chil. of George Washington and Hannah (Dutton) Whitney. 

I. John Whitney, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 11 July 1870; died at 
Jamestown, 20 Aug. 1872, and was buried there. 

II. Samuel Whitney, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 8 Jan. 1872. 

III. Richard Whitney, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 19 March 1874. 



Chil. of Charles Henry and Mary Jane (Rheubottom) Whitney. 

I. Frederick Allen Whitney, b. at Chautauqua, N. Y., 4 Feb. 1868. 

II. Richard Whitney, b. at Chautauqua, N. Y., 17 Ap. 1871. 



Chil. of Stephen Emeigh and Elizabeth Ann (Whitney) Taylor. 

I. Mariette Taylor, b. in Chautauqua, N. Y., 5 June 1865; died in 
Harmony, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1868, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, 
Chautauqua. 

II. Elizabeth Taylor, b. in Harmony, N.Y., 4 Sept. 1868; died there, 
20 June 1869, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery. 

III. Addie Taylor, b. in Harmony, N. Y., 6 June 1871. 

IV. John F. Taylor, b. in Harmony, N. Y., 12 June 1873. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Charles Wesley and Maria Cook (Whitney) Flanders. 

I. Alton Andrew Flanders, b. about 1857; was living at Jamestown, 
N Y., in Ap. 1874. 

II. Belle Flanders, b. about 1863 ; was living in Ap. 1874. 



Chil. of William Hawkins and Helen Mar (Copp) Whitney. 

I. Edward Copp Whitney, b. in Ellery, N. Y., i Oct. 1861; died in 
Ellery, 30 Nov. 1864, and was buried there, in Bemus Point Cemetery. 

II. Verlna Estelle Whitney, b. in Chautauqua, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1863. 

III. George Richard Whitney, b. in Jamestown, N. Y., 20 Jan. 1866. 



Child of Thomas Jefferson and Llda May (Barnes) Whitney. 
I. Mary Maude Whitney, b. in Sherman, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1867. 



Chil. of Samuel and Harriet Chlpman (Hawes) Erwin. 2 799 

8050 I. Amerett Ann Erwin, b. at Madrid, N. Y., 21 July 1830; married 15445 
at Cleveland, Ohio, 19 May 1850, John White, a farmer, who was born at 
Columbus, N. Y., 8 March 1816, son of Elisha and Elizabeth (Watts) 
White. She died at Cleveland, 13 Aug. 1851, and was buried there. He 
married (2d), at Cleveland, 15 Oct. 1852, Mary Emily Erwin, sister to his 8052 
first wife. 

II. Harriet Lucina Erwin, b. at Madrid, N. Y., 16 Dec. 1831; died at 
Cleveland, Ohio, 23 Aug. 1835, and was buried there. 

III. Mary Emily Erwin, b. at Cleveland, Ohio, 26 Nov. 1834; 15446 
married there, 15 Oct. 1852, John White, whose first wife was her sister, j 
Amerett Ann Erwin. See her record. They settled at Cleveland. 8050 

8053 IV. Lucy Caroline Erwin, b. at Cleveland, Ohio, 3 Nov. 1836;! 15449 
married there, i June 1862, James Garner, a carpenter and joiner, son of 
Thomas and Elizabeth (Bison) Garner, of Cleveland. He was born at 

185 



1233 

2796 



2797 



2798 



1234 



8054 



8055 



8056 



8o 5 7 



8058 



8059 



8o6o 



Eighth Generation. 



Chatteris, in Cambridgeshire, England, 23 Ap. 1831. 
Cleveland in Ap. 1875. 



They were living at 



V. Edwin Ruthven Erwin, b. at Cleveland, Ohio, i July 1839; a| 15453 
railway-conductor; married there, 10 Feb. 1865, Mary Eloise Davies, dau. 

of John and Sarah (Crosse) Davies, of Cleveland. She was born at 
Glasgow, Scotland, 1 9 Dec. 1 844. They were living at Cleveland in Ap. 
1875; and he was employed on the Cleveland and Buffalo division of the 
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway. 

VI. Harriet Howard Erwin, b. at Cleveland, Ohio, 28 June 1841; 
and was living there, with her parents, in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 



VII. Josephine Augusta Erwin, b. at Cleveland, Ohio, 23 Feb. 
1843 ; married there, 30 June 1862, Edward Francis King, a wall-painter 
and decorator, son of Joseph and Mary (Gardner) King, of Cleveland. He 
was born at London, England, 27 March 1835. They were living at 
Cleveland in Ap. 1875. 

VIII. Martha Jane Erwin, b. at Cleveland, Ohio, 13 Ap. 1845; 
married there, 15 Oct. 1867, William Sheldon, a trader, son of Benjamin 
and Lucy (Kirkham) Sheldon, of Cleveland. He was born at Hatfield, 
Mass., 21 Sept. 1832. They were living at Cleveland in Ap. 1875, without 
children. 

IX. George Baslington Erwin, b. at Cleveland, Ohio, 15 March 
1851; a railway-conductor; married at Cleveland, 20 June 1872, Mary 
Anne Earl, dau. of William and Margaret (Lane) Earl, of Cleveland, where 
she was born 12 Sept. 1855. They were living at Cleveland in Ap. 1874; 
he being employed on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railway. 



Chil. of Archibald and Julia Ann (Hawes) Marshall. 

I. Emma Jane Marshall, b. at Monroe, Mich., 20 July 1840; mar- 
ried at Clayton, N. Y., 2 Dec. 1863, Edward Forester. They were living 
at Clayton in May 1874, without children. 

II. Charles Miles Marshall, b. at Clayton, N. Y., 2 Jan. 1846; an 
agent for insurance; married at Clayton, 5 Ap. 1874, Anna Cummings, 
born at Adams, N. Y., 24 May 1851, dau. of Peter and Mary (Kellot) 
Cummings. They were living at Clayton in May 1874. 



I545S 



15459 



2800 






8061 



Whitney Family. 



8062 



8063 



8064 



8065 



8066 



III. Willard Rennie Marshall, b. at Clayton, N. Y., 11 Oct. 1848; 
and was living there in Ap. 1 874, unmarried. 



Chil. of Charles Lorenzo and Catharine (Johnston) Hawes. 

I. William Warren Hawes, b. at Clayton, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1851 ; and 
was living there in May 1 874, unmarried. 

II. Catharine Johnston Hawes, b. at Clayton, N. Y., 24 May 1854; 
and was living there in May 1874, unmarried. 

III. Jennie Reed Hawes, b. at Clayton, N. Y., 15 May 1856; and 
was living there in May 1874. 

IV. Josephine Moses Hawes, b. at Clayton, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1858; 
and was living there in May 1874. 

V. Annabel Hawes, b. at Clayton, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1861 ; and was 
living there in May 1874. 






8067 



8068 
8069 
8070 
8071 



Chil. of Brldgam Alexander and Eliza Ann (Whitney) Taft. 

I. Louis Whitney Taft, b. at Douglas, Mass., 8 July 1845 '< a physi- 
cian, graduated at the Eclectic Medical College of Philadelphia, Penn., in 
1 862 ; married at East Douglas, Mass, 1 1 May 1 868, Clara Emogene 
Thayer, dau. of Ezekiel Taft and Mary (Cook) Thayer, of East Douglas, 
where she was born 20 July 1849. They dwelt at Clinton, Mass., in 
1868-9; a t Harrisville, in Burrillville, R. I., 1870-71 ; at Cincinnati, Ohio, 
in 1872, and then moved to Portsmouth, Ohio, where they were living in 
May 1874. 

II. Oscar Alexander Taft, b. at Douglas, Mass., 17 Jan. 1847 ; wa s 
living at Worcester, Mass., in May 1874, unmarried. 

III. Stephen Decatur Taft, b. at Douglas, Mass., 3 Aug. 1848; 
died at Commerce, Mich., 27 Nov. 1850, and was buried there. 

IV. Arthur Mortimer Taft, b. at Douglas, Mass., 28 Jan. 1854; and 
was living at Portsmouth, Ohio, in May 1874. 

V. Marian Eliza Taft, b. at Douglas, Mass., 13 July 1858 ; and was 
living with her parents, at Portsmouth, Ohio, in May 1874. 



1235 



2802 



2803 

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8078 


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8081 





Eighth Generation. 



Child of George Lewis and Caroline (Kenyon) Whitney. 

I. Frances Whitney, b. at Bedford, Ohio, in 1844; was married 
prior to Ap. 1874, but would give no particulars. 

Child of George Lewis and Marietta (Shattuck) Whitney. 

II. Whitney, a son, lived with his mother " somewhere in 

Michigan," when last heard from ; no particulars known. 



Chil. of Augustus and Sarah (Carlick) Brandon. 

I. Alpheus Henry Brandon, b. at Kemptville, C. W., 21 Dec. 1845 ; 
a painter; married at Danville, III, 7 Ap. 1872, Ella Elizabeth Smutz, dau. 
of Isaiah and Mary Jane (Tucker) Smutz, of Danville. She was born in 
Fairfield Co., Ohio, 12 Ap. 1854. They were living at Danville in June 1875. 

II. Horatio Nelson Brandon, b. at Kemptville, C. W., 22 Sept. 
1 848 ; a mariner ; was living at Plattsville, Ontario, Canada, in March 
1875, unmarried. 

III. Sarah Rebecca Brandon, b. at Kemptville, C. W., 9 March 
1852; married at Plattsville, Ontario, Canada, 27 Jan. 1875, Charles 
Livingston, a chemist and druggist, born at Vaughan, C. W., 3 Oct. 1853, 
son of Alexander and Jane (Morrow) Livingston. They were living at 
Plattsville in March 1875. 

IV. Alonzo Brandon, b. at Kemptville, C. W., 17 Feb. 1855; died at 
Kemptville, 18 Oct. 1856, and was buried there, in the Methodist Cemetery. 

V. William Augustus Brandon, b. at Kemptville, C. W., 9 May 
1857; died at Kemptville, I Nov. 1859, and was buried there, in the 
Methodist Cemetery. 

VI. Augustus Brandon, b. at Kemptville, C. W., 6 June 1860; died 
at Kemptville, 6 Jan. 1 862, and was buried there, in the Methodist Cemetery. 

VII. Ruby Ann Brandon, b. at Kemptville, C. W., 4 Nov. 1863; 
and was living there, with her parents, in March 1875. 



Child of Alonzo and Hannah Louisa (Lee) Coe. 
I. Henry Elvin Coe, b. at Commerce, Mich., 2 May 1845. 



2805 



2805 



2806 
15461 



2811 



Whitney Family. 



8082 



8083 
8084 



8085 



Child of Albert and Charlotte Coursolles (Jones) Whitney. 

I. Marian Charlotte Whitney, b. in Prescott, Ontario, Canada, 28 
May 1872. 



Chll. of Martin W. and Elizabeth (Foster) Bassett. 

I. Frances Ann Bassett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 20 Jan. 1846; and 
died there, 14 Ap. 1855. 

II. Theresa Adeline Bassett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 7 Ap. 1852; 
and died there, 19 Ap. 1855. 



Chll. of John Jay and Susan Maria (Foster) Jarvis. 
I. Foster Jarvis, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 22 June 1852; and was 



living in Danbury, Conn., in Feb. 1875. 
8086 II. Ella Jarvis, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 4 Oct 1857. 



8087 



8oS 8 



8089 
8090 
8091 



Child of Benjamin Franklin and Esther Ann (Foster) Ryder. 
I. Chauncey Foster Ryder, b. in Danbury, Conn., 29 Feb. 1868. 

Child of Joel Granger and Sarah Marllla (Crofut) Foster. 

I. Margaret Foster, b. in Danbury, Conn., 28 Feb. 1866 ; an adopted 
child. 

Chll. of Timothy Hunt and Louisa (Northrop) Foster. 

I. William Jonah Foster, b. in Danbury, Conn., 15 May 1863. 

II. Frederick Northrop Foster, b. in Danbury, Conn., 1 1 July 1867. 

III. Royal Francis Foster, b. in Danbury, Conn., 12 March 1869. 



1237 



2817 



2825 



2827 



2828 



2829 



^2831 
( i 2924 



1238 



Eighth Generation. 



8092 



8093 



8094 



8095 
8096 



8097 
8098 



Child of Burr and Laura Ann (June) Scott. 

I. Laura Burr Scott, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 27 June 1849; and was 
living there in Feb. 1 874, unmarried. 



Child of John Titus and Ann Eliza (Howe) Hunt. 

I. John T. Hunt. 



2833 



Child of Edward Townsend and Catharine Janet (Hillyer) Hunt. 
I. Henry Titus Hunt, b. in North Salem, N. Y. ( 22 Ap. 1871. 

Chil. of Thomas and Martha Crane (Hunt) Vail. 

I. Abby Hunt Vail, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 5 March 1864. 

II. Janet Titus Vail, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1871. 



2839 



2840 



2841 



Chit, of William Henry Harrison and Charlotte Ann (May) Bates. 

I. Li I lie May Bates, b. in McGregor, Iowa, 8 Oct. 1868. 

II. William Henry Bates, b. in Sand Creek, Nebraska, 23 Aug. 1871. 



2843 



Chil. of William Clark and Margaret (Kennedy) Hunt. 

8099 I. Anna Maria Hunt, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1863 ; died 
in North Salem, 19 May 1871, and was buried there. 

8100 II. Fanny Louise Hunt, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 7 Dec. 1865. 

Child of James Louis and Sarah Hester (Mead) Hunt. 

8101 I. Effle Louise Hunt, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 22 Oct. 1873. 



2844 



2845 



Whitney Family. 



1239 



Child of Francis Russel and Mary Augusta (Foote) Hunt. 
8102 i I. Fanny Whitney Hunt, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 13 March 1866. 



8103 



Child of James Harvey and Julia Ann (Hunt) Smith. 

I. James Whitney Smith, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 3 Ap. 1870 ; died 
10 Ap. 1870, and was buried there, in Titicus Cemetery. 



Chll. of Henry Harvey and Mary (MoCay) Cook. 

8104 i I. Marianna Cook, b. in Bath, N. Y., 13 Oct. 1849; and was living 
, there in Ap. 1 874, unmarried. 

8105 II. Maria Louise Cook, b. in Bath, N. Y., 31 July 1851 ; and was 
living there in Ap. 1 874, unmarried. 

8106 III. Sarah McCay Cook, b. in Bath, N. Y., i June 1853 ; and was 
I living there in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

8107 IV. Fanny Howell Cook, b. in Bath, N.Y., 23 Oct. 1857; and was 
living there in Ap. 1874. 

8108 V. George Bruce Cook, b. in Bath, N. Y., 21 June 1865 ; and was 
living there in Ap. 1874. 



8109 



I. 



Chll. of Lansing Derrick and Abby Clarissa (Cook) Hodgman. 

Hodgman, a son, b. in Morris Street, Bath, N. Y., 9 May 



1849; died in Bath, 10 June 1849, and was buried there, in Grove Cemetery. 



8no II. Constant Cook Hodgman, b. in Morris Street, Bath, N. Y., 6 
Sept. 1850; and was living there in Ap. 1874, unmarried. He grad. at 
Amherst College in 1872. 

8 1 1 i III. Mary Cook Hodgman, b. in Morris Street, Bath, N. Y., 10 July 
1 1852 ; and was living there in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

8112 IV. William Lansing Hodgman, b. in Morris Street, Bath, N. Y., 



2846 



2847 



2853 



2854 



1240 



Right k Generation. 



8113 



8114 



8115 



8119 



28 Sept. 1854; and was, in Ap. 1874, a student in Yale College, class of 
1876. 

V. Walter Edwin Hodgman, b. in Morris Street, Bath, N. Y., 21 
May 1858 ; and was living there in Ap. 1874. 

VI. Jeannie Maria Hodgman, b. in Morris Street, Bath, N. Y., 10 
Dec. 1860; and was living there in Ap. 1874. 

VII. Henry Delon Hodgman, b. in Morris Street, Bath, N. Y., 21 
; June 1865 ; died there, 28 Nov. 1866, and was buried in Grove Cemetery. 



Child of Edwin Constant and Mary Adelaide (De Witt) Cook. 

8116 I. Maria Whitney Cook, b. in Bath, N. Y., 16 Dec. 1864; died in 
Bath, 28 July 1865, and was buried there. 



2859 



Chil. of Henry and Lydia (Knapp) Whitney. 

8117 I. Harrison Whitney, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 22 Dec. 1831; a 
merchant; married in Lewisboro', N. Y., 4 July 1853, by Rev. W. W. H. 
Smith, Methodist, to Hannah Maria Hoyt, who was born in Poundridge, 
N. Y., 15 June 1831, dau. of Linus and Lydia (Weeks) Hoyt. 1 Besides 
dwelling in Poundridge and Lewisboro', they have lived in Norwalk and 
Wolcottville, Conn., one year each; and, in 1867, settled in Waterbury, 
Conn., where they resided in Nov. 1874. He was then a member of the 
firm of J. F. Rusco & Co., 3 Hotchkiss Block, Waterbury. He enlisted at 
Wolcottville, 4 Aug. 1862, in Co. C, I9th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry, 
afterward the 2d Conn. Heavy Artillery; and was discharged 26 May 1865, 
at Mower Hospital, Philadelphia, Penn., having been promoted to the 
grade of corporal, and taken part in the battles of North Anna, Tolopotomy 
Creek, and Cold Harbor, I June 1 864, where he was permanently disabled 
by a gunshot wound in the left elbow. 

8118 II. Mary Elizabeth Whitney, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1833; 
died there, unmarried, 15 Dec. 1851, and was buried in the Drew Cemetery. 



III. Jonathan Morehouse Whitney, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 15 

1 See the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 522. 



2860 



15462 



8120 



8121 



Whitney Family. 



8122 
8123 



Feb. 1836; died there, 15 June 1850, and was buried in the Drew 
Cemetery. 

IV. Sarah Matilda Whitney, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 21 May 1839; 
and was living with her mother, in Ridgefield, Conn., in Nov. 1874, un- 
married. 

V. George Washington Whitney, b. in Southeast, N. Y., i Nov. 
1841; a farmer; married in Lewisboro', N. Y., 16 Oct 1864, by Rev. 
John H. Painter, Methodist, to Sarah Ann Reynolds, who was born in 

Poundridge, N. Y., 15 Aug. 1842, dau. of Enos and (Bouton) 

Reynolds. They settled in Lewisboro', and were living there in Jan. 1875. 

VI. Samuel Brundage Whitney, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 20 Aug. 
1844; died there, 16 Oct 1846, and was buried in Drew Cemetery. 

VII. Lyman Whitney, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 11 Sept. 1847; die d >" 
Somers, N. Y., 15 May 1848, and was buried in Drew Cemetery, Southeast 



Chil. of Isaac and Abigail (Whitney) Tllfbrd. 

8124 I. Jane Ann Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 28 Ap. 1830; married 
in the Methodist Episcopal Church at Brewster's Station, Southeast, 28 
Dec. 1 866, by Rev. Duncan C. Niven, to Henry Clay Reed, a shoemaker, 
born 10 March 1839, son of Moses and Amelia (Brush) Reed, of Southeast. 
They settled in Southeast, and were living there, without children, in Feb. 
1874. He served in the Union army in the war of 1861. 

8125 ; II. Smith Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 13 Nov. 1831; married at 

Brewster's, in Southeast, 13 Nov. 1859, Amanda Ellis; and settled in Rock- 
ford, 111., where he died 19 Sept. 1866, and was buried. She was living at 
Brewster's in Jan. 1874. 

8126 III. Ceraldine Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 1 6 June 1833 ; mar- 
ried there, 4 June 1854, Samuel Highfleld Verrlne Bellows, a boot-maker, 
son of Jonas and Eliza (Holt) Bellows, of Brookfield, Mass. He was born 
in Medfield, Mass., 1 1 Ap. 1832. They settled in Brookfield, and were 
living there in Feb. 1874. 

8127 IV. Lyman Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 14 Sept. 1835 ; died in 
Southeast, 14 March 1846, and was buried there. 

8128 V. Francis Tilford, b. in " Delaware," 25 Dec. 1839. 



1241 



15467 



2861 



15469 



1242 



Eighth Generation. 



8129 



8130 



8131 



8132 



8133 



8134 



VI. Marietta Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 27 Sept. 1850; died in 
Southeast, 16 Nov. 1851, and was buried there. 



IV. James Sherwood Whitney, b. in Patterson, N. Y., 24 Nov. 
1848 ; a hatter ; married in Rye, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1866, by Rev. L. C. Perry, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Jenny A. Brown, dau. of James Emery and Jerusha 
Valentine (Ferris) Brown, of South Norwalk, Conn. She was born in 
Westport, Conn., 25 July 1847. They settled in Norwalk, Conn., and 
were living there in Nov. 1875. He served in the war of 1861. 



Chil. of Joseph and Clarissa (Whitney) Tilford. 

I. Charles Harrison Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 8 July 1836; 
a carpenter; married in Carmel, N. Y., 15 May 1869, Elizabeth Martin, 
who was born at Pine Hill, Canada West, 23 March 1845, dau. of Samuel 
and Jane (House) Martin. They settled in Frankfort, Indiana ; and were 
living there, without children, in Feb. 1875. He enlisted, 27 Sept. 1861, 
in Co. I, 59th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry ; took part in the battles of 
Antietam, Gettysburg, The Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, and 
Petersburgh ; was captured at the latter place, 22 June 1864, and was 



15472 



Chil. of Leonard Clifton and Betsey Ann (Kinner) Whitney. 2862 

I. Frances Melissa Whitney, b. in Patterson, N. Y., 24 July 1842 ; 
married, in 1860, William James Siver; died in Danbury, Conn., 4 Dec. 
1868, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. He was living in Danbury 
in March 1875. 

II. Hannah Maria Whitney, b. in Patterson, N. Y., 12 Nov. 1844; 
married in South Norwalk, Conn., 22 Ap. 1864, John Wesley Ridge, a 
hatter, son of James P. and Jane Hall (Tread well) Ridge, of Bethel, Conn., 
where he was born 10 June 1839. They settled in Danbury, Conn., and 
were living there in Ap. 1875. 

III. Sarah Emma Whitney, b. in Patterson, N.Y., 16 Nov. 1846; i 15474 
married in New York City, i Dec. 1862, Julius Beach Judd, a manufacturer 

of hats, son of Willis and Augusta M. (Mallory) Judd, of Bethel, Conn. 
He was born in Woodbury, Conn., 19 Sept. 1842. They settled in Bethel, 
and were living there in Feb. 1875. He was a soldier in the war of 1861. 



15476 



2863 





Whitney Family. 


1243 



imprisoned at Andersonville till 27 March 1865. He then returned to 
j New York City, and was there discharged, 27 June 1865. 

8135 II. Henry Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1838; died there, 
2 Ap. 1842, and was buried in Drew Cemetery. 



8136 



8i37 



8138 



8i39 



III. William Henry Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 6 Nov. 1842; a 
farmer; married at Lake Mahopac, in Carmel, N. Y., 23 Sept. 1868, by 
Rev. Harvey Alley, Baptist, to Louisa Ann Light, who was born in Kent, 
N. Y., 9 July 1832, dau, of Knight and Sarah Jane (Smalley) Light. They 
settled at Lake Mahopac, and moved, I Ap. 1872, to Alford, Mass., where 
they were living in March 1874. He enlisted, II Aug. 1862, in Co. G, 
6th Reg., N. Y. S. Artillery; was discharged 20 May 1863, for disability, 
at Camp Barry, Maryland Heights ; and was employed by the Quarter- 
master's department, at Chattanooga, Tenn, from 7 July 1864 to 15 March 
1865. 

IV. Chloe Ann Tilford, b. in Southeast, N. Y., 7 Oct. 1844; married 
in the Methodist Episcopal Church at Lake Mahopac, in Carmel, N. Y., 
26 Nov. 1863, by Rev. William Stevens, to Joseph Townsend Secord, a 

i carriage-smith, son of Townsend and Phebe (Carpenter) Secord, of Secord's 

! Corners, in Carmel. He was born in Elizabeth Street, New York City, 

29 Jan. 1842. They passed four years at Lake Mahopac; dwelt in 

Brewster's, N. Y., for one year ; and, in 1 868, moved to Croton Falls, 

N. Y., where they were living in Feb. 1874. 



Chil. of Lewis Ardalia and Emeline (Whitney) Townsend. 

I. Ardalia Lewis Townsend, b. at Lake Mahopac, N. Y., 20 Sept. 
1846; a hatter; married, 8 Oct. 1867, Hannah Doughty; married (2d), 2 
June 1871, at Lake Mahopac, Mary Julia Carver, dau. of Stephen W. and 
Juliette (Ballard) Carver, of Carmel, N. Y., where she was born 10 Jan. 1852. 
They dwelt at Carmel till I June 1873; at Haverhill, Mass., till 27 Oct 
1874; at Yonkers, N. Y., till 10 July 1875; and then settled at Brewster's 
Station, N. Y., where they were living in Feb. 1876. 

II. William Weston Townsend, b. near Brewster's Station, N.Y., 
2 Feb. 1850; a salesman; married in his father's house at Brewster's 
Station, 14 Dec. 1874, Nerissa Desdemona Weston, dau. of George and 
Harriet (Townsend) Weston, of New York, where she was born, at 354 
Hudson Street, 22 Aug. 1851. They settled at Brewster's Station, and 
were living there in June 1875. 



IS479 



15481 



2865 
15482 



1244 



8141 



8142 
8H3 

8144 



8145 
8146 

8147 
8148 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of Ira and Sarah Ann (Ferguson) Whitney. 

I. Lewis Joseph Whitney, b. at Croton Falls, N. Y., i Oct. 1850; 
died there, 2 Feb. 1865, and was buried at Somers, N. Y. 



2866 



Child of Zerah and Augusta Maria (Whitney) Hoyt. 

I. Lilian Augusta Hoyt, b. in Elm Street, Danbury, Conn., 19 Sept. 
1857. 



2868 



Chil. of George Crandison and Elizabeth Ann (Blanchard) Whitney. 



12869 
(2889 



I. Franklin Pierce Whitney, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 14 Ap. j 
1852 ; a farmer; was living at New Canaan in Oct. 1874, unmarried. 

II. Caroline Whitney, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 17 Feb. 1854; was ; 
living with her aunt, Mrs. Louisa (Blanchard) Lyon, at Stamford, Conn., 
in Oct. 1874, unmarried. 

III. Adeline Whitney, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 4 Oct. 1856; was 
adopted by Augustus and Hannah (Chichester) Tuttle, of New Canaan, a 
few days before her mother's death ; and was living with them, at New 
Canaan, under the name of Elizabeth Tuttle, in Oct. 1 874. 



Chil. of Henry Martyn and Eliza Jane (Hobby) Whitney. 

I. Charles William Whitney, b. at Stamford, Conn., 26 Nov. 1851 ; 
and was living there in June 1877, unmarried. 



2870 



II. Sarah Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Stamford, Conn., 26 Oct. 1853; 15484 
married at Poundridge, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1872, Francis C. Buxton, son of 
Jonathan and Sarah E. (Lounsbury) Buxton. They were living at Stam- 
ford in June 1877. 

III. Albert Franklin Whitney, b. at Stamford, Conn., 27 Feb. 1859; 
and was living there in June 1877. 

IV. Preston Eugene Whitney, b. at Stamford, Conn., 4 June 1865; 
and was living there in June 1877. 



Whitney Family. 



'245 



8149 
8150 

8151 
8152 
8153 



8154 

8155 
8156 

8157 
8158 



8159 

to 

8161 

8162 
8163 



Chil. of James Riley and Catharine (Letts) Whitney. 

I. George Chauncey Whitney, b. at Kendall, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1853; 
died at Magnolia, Wis., 13 Feb. 1867, and was buried there. 

II. John Fuett Whitney, b. at Magnolia, Wis., 6 June 1857; and 
was living there in Jan. 1875. 

III. Frank Melvin Whitney, b. at Magnolia, Wis., 15 June 1862. 

IV. Myrlie Mabel Whitney, b. at Magnolia, Wis., 16 Aug. 1869. 

V. Edith Lois Whitney, b. at Magnolia, Wis., 16 March 1873. 



Chi!, of Moranda Hanford and Jane Elizabeth (Bell) Whitney. 

I. Wallace Moholon Whitney, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 13 Feb. 
1853- 

II. Fanny Bell Whitney, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 6 Aug. 1855. 

III. Willis Hurshall Whitney, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 28 Ap. 
1858. 

IV. Nellie Amelia Whitney, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 28 Ap. 
1867. 

V. Alice Stanton Whitney, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 4 Oct. 1870. 



Chil. of Charles and Mary Amelia (Whitney) Bromley. 

I to III. Three children, concerning whom we have been unable to 
obtain any particulars. 



Chil. of Charles Legrand and Martha Ann (Bates) Whitney. 

I. Thomas Riley Whitney, b. at Darien, Conn., 16 July 1865. 

II. Annie Esther Whitney, b. at Darien, Conn, 4 June 1867. 



2871 



2874 



2875 



2876 



1246 


Eighth Generation. 






Child of James Edwin and Elizabeth (Jackson) Scofield. 


2879 



8165 



8166 



8167 



8168 



8169 



8164 I. Edwin Scofield, b. at Milford, Conn. ; and was living there in Nov. 

1875. 



Chil. of Edmund and Hannah Mills (Scofield) Brown. 

I. Theodore Edwin Brown, b. on Clark's Hill, at Stamford, Conn., 
i Nov. 1841, in the same house in which his father was born ; entered the 
U. S. Navy, as gunner, in 1858 ; and when last heard from, i Sept. 1862, 
held the position of acting master's mate on the steamer Connecticut. 

II. Ernest Fink Brown, b. at Mamaroneck, N. Y., 23 May 1844; 
enlisted, 12 March 1864, in Co. B, I2th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry, and 
was killed at Laurel Hill, in the battle of the Wilderness, 10 May 1864, 
by the first volley in the action. He was buried on the field. 



Child of William Wilt and Harriet Emily (Scofield) Saxton. 

I. Harriet Lucy Saxton, b. at Cincinnati, Ohio, 6 Aug. 1857; died 
at Mott Haven, N. Y., i Aug. 1865, and was buried in Woodland Ceme- 
tery, Stamford, Conn. 



Chil. of Valentine Trumpbour and Sarah Catharine (Schoonmaker) 

Whitney. 



2882 



2884 



2891 



I. George Schoonmaker Whitney, b. at Saugerties, N. Y., 28 Ap. 1 5486 
1839; a quarryman ; married in 1859, at Caatsbaan, N. Y., by Henry 
Ostrander, to Sarah Catharine Saxe, dau. of Paul I. and Margaret 
(Dederick) Saxe, of Caatsbaan, where she was born 6 June 1838. They 
dwelt at Caatsbaan for two and a half years; at Quarryville, N. Y., two 
years ; at Catskill, N. Y., two and a half years ; and then moved to High 
Falls, N. Y., where, after eight and a half years, they were still living in 

Ap. 1875. 

II. James Freer Whitney, b. at Saugerties, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1837; a 15492 
farmer and quarryman; married at West Camp, in Saugerties, 17 June 
1863, Lanah Mower, dau. of William Henry and Sarah (Dederick) Mower, 

of Myner Hill, in Saugerties, where she was born 31 July 1834. They 
have lived for three years at High Falls, in Marbletown, N. Y.; three years 






Whitney Family. 



1247 



at Myner Hill; two years at Saugerties; and then returned to Myner Hill, 
where they still resided in Feb. 1875. 



III. Mcrvin Richardson Whitney, married Ettha 
lived at Saugerties, N. Y. 



and 



Chll. of Peter Freer and Margaret (Freer) Whitney. 

I. James Whitney, died at West Camp, N. Y. 

II. Ferdinand Whitney, was a soldier in the war of 1861, and died 
soon after his return. 

III. Sarah Whitney, married John Could; and was living at Hoboken, 
N. J., in Nov. 1873. 

IV. William Whitney, died at Glasco, in Saugerties, N. Y., unmarried. 

V. Catharine Whitney, married Philip Emerlok, of Catskill, N. Y. 

VI. Russell Whitney, lived with his father in Nov. 1873. 

VII. Gertrude Whitney, lived with her father in Nov. 1873. 

VIII. John Whitney, died young. 

IX. Frank Whitney, died young. 

X. A daughter, died young. 

XI. A daughter, died aged 3 months. 



Chll. of James and Christina (Schoon maker) Whitney. 

I. Margaret Helen Whitney, b. at Catskill, N. Y., 29 Ap. 1842; 
has been twice married, her second husband being Albert Magee. They 
were living at Catskill, N. Y., in Ap. 1875. 

II. James Whitney, b. at Coxsackie, N. Y., 28 Jan. 1846; lived with 
his parents, unmarried, in Ap. 1875. 

III. Henry Whitney, b. at Catskill, N. Y., 5 May 1849; lived at 283 



'5494 



2892 



2893 



1248 



8i86 



8187 



8188 



8189 



8190 
8191 
8192 



8194 
8195 
8196 



8197 



Eighth Generation. 



Third Street, Jersey City, in Ap. 1875, unmarried; was then ferry-master 
at Jersey City Ferry. 

8185 IV. Christina Whitney, b. at Jersey City, N. J., 16 March 1858; and 

lived with her parents, unmarried, in Ap. 1875. 



V. Sarah Jane Whitney, b. at Jersey City, N. J., 7 Ap. 1859; died 
there, 14 July 1859, and was buried in New York Bay Cemetery. 



Chil. of Jeremiah Eligh and Isabella Cuscading (Lester) Whitney. 2894 

I. Charles Adams Whitney, b. at West Camp, in Saugerties, N. Y., 
8 Aug. i860. 

II. Mary Florence Whitney, b. at Saugerties, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1862. 

III. Rutsen Palen Whitney, b. at Saugerties, N. Y., 4 Feb. 1865. 



Chil. of Alexander Cogburn and Sarah (Smith) Whitney. 

I. Franklin Pierce Whitney. 

II. Rufus Smith Whitney. 

III. Rowland Smith Whitney. 

IV. Margaret Smith Whitney. 

V. Evelina Whitney. 

VI. Watson Crawford Whitney. 

VII. Whitney, a son, b. in 1873. 



Chil. of Peter Philo and Eleanor Catharine (Whitney) Myer. 

I. Charles Wesley Myer, b. in New York City, 4 Nov. 1850; a 
quarryman; married in Deerpark, N. Y., 21 Feb. 1872, Sarah Cunningham, 
who was born in Ireland in 1850, dau. of Adam and Margaret (Hollis) 



Whitney Family. 



Cunningham. They were living in Deerpark, near Gumaer Station, in 
Dec. 1873, without children. 

II. Emma Augusta Myer, b. at Cohanzie, in Deerpark, N. Y., 24 
Feb. 1854; married in Deerpark, 21 Feb. 1872, William Cunningham, a 
teamster, son of Adam and Margaret (Hollis) Cunningham, of Deerpark. 
He was born in Ireland in 1847. They settled in Deerpark, near Gumaer 
Station, and were living there in Dec. 1873. 

III. Sarah Whitney Myer, b. near Trumpboursville, in Saugerties, 
N. Y., 12 Dec. 1855 ; ancl was living with her aunt, Mrs. Christina (Whitney) 
Many, at 259 West 43d Street, New York, in Dec. 1873, unmarried. 

IV. Joseph Wakely Myer, b. in New York City, 16 Jan. 1859. 

V. Peter Philo Myer, b. in New York City, 31 March 1861. 

VI. John Harvey Myer, b. in New York City, 14 Ap. 1863. 

VII. Wilbur Martin Myer, b. in Deerpark, N. Y., 25 Ap. 1865. 

VIII. Clarence Haggerty Myer, b. in Deerpark, N. Y., 25 March 
1869. 



I2 49 



'5495 



Chil. of Theodore and Rebecca (Halenbeck) Whitney. 2903 

I. Willis Caspar Whitney, b. 24 Ap. 1870. 

II. Ulysses Grant Whitney, b. 24 July 1872 ; died 24 March 1875. 

III. Erastus Phoenix Whitney, b. 24 Nov. 1874. 

Chil. of James Harrison and Mary (Whitney) Coleman. 2906 

I. John Edgar Coleman, b. at Saugerties, N. Y., 4 Nov. 1852; a 
manufacturer of sashes and blinds; was living at Sing Sing, N. Y., in March 
1875, unmarried. 

II. Alice Evelina Coleman, b. at Saugerties, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1854; 15496 
married at Sing Sing, N. Y., 8 Sept. 1873, Seaman Scon, son of James and 

Jane (McKibben) Scott, of Sing Sing, where he was born 10 May 1853. 
They settled at Sing Sing, and were living there in March 1875. 

107 



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8210 
821 I 

8212 
8213 

8214 



8215 



8216 



8217 
8218 



8219 



8220 



Eighth Generation. 



III. William Harrison Coleman, b. at Newburgh, N. Y., 18 Feb. 

1857 ; died there, 15 March 1857, an d was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. 

IV. Burton Coleman, b. at Saugerties, N. Y., 27 May 1858; died at 
Newburgh, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1858, and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. 

V. Frederick Stanley Coleman, b. at Newburgh, N.Y., 1 6 Sept. 1859, 

VI. Frank Schoonmaker Coleman, b. at Newburgh, N. Y., 20 
Sept. 1 86 1. 

VII. Henry Coleman, b. at Sing Sing, N. Y., 25 Jan. 1865. 



Chit, of Proctor Lorron and Rachel Anna (Whitney) Ward. 

I. Charles Henry Ward, b. at Enfield, Mass., 16 Oct. 1867. 

II. William Spencer Ward, b. at West Warren, Mass., 23 Dec. 1870. 



Chil. of Burton and Clara (Osborn) Edwards. 

I. Sarah Edwards. 

II. Edwards. 



Chil. of Joseph and Mandana (Osborn) Platt. 

I. Alonzo Platt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 Sept. 1815; a lawyer; 

settled in Illinois, where he married Llllibridge, who died at her 

father's house in McHenry County, 111., without children. He married 
(2d) Mary L. Haven, of McHenry County ; went to California, and thence 
to Virginia City, Nevada, where he died, about 1862 or 1863. He was a 
member of the Legislature of Illinois, and, for two years, district-attorney 
of the 8th Judicial District. 

II. Lyman Platt, b. at Danbury, Conn., i Jan. 1819; a merchant; 
married at Danbury, 1 1 Oct. 1840, Sarah Ann Stevens, dau. of Amos and 
Derene (Lessey) Stevens, of Danbury, where she was born 15 Ap. 1821. 
She died at Danbury, 3 June 1848, and was buried there, in Wooster Cem- 
etery. He married (2d), at Danbury, 25 Sept. 1851, Sarah Elizabeth Hoyt, 



Whitney Family. 



1251 



dau. of Dea. Lewis Stevens and Eliza (Clark) Hoyt, 1 of Pembroke, in 
Danbury, where she was born in Nov. 1822. She died at Danbury, 12 
March 1852, and was buried near her father's house, in Pembroke. He 
married (3d), IO Aug. 1853, at Mill Plain, Danbury, Martha Matilda Sears, 
! dau. of Joseph Crane and Mary Ann (Brush) Sears, of Danbury, where 
i she was born. She died at Danbury, 22 July 1866, aged 45 years, and 
was buried in Wooster Cemetery. He was living at Danbury in 1874, and 
was the collector of taxes for the town and borough. 

8221 III. James Osborn Platt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 25 Ap. 1822 ; died 
there, 29 May 1823, and was buried in Starr's Plain Cemetery. 



Chil. of David and Hannah (Griffin) Osborn. 

8222 I. Joel Osborn, b. at Reading, Conn., 18 June 1822; a farmer; mar- 
ried at Reading, 9 Nov. 1852, Laura Reed Bertram, dau. of Isaac and 
Lydia Bartram, of Reading, where she was born 9 Sept. 1833. They 
settled at Long Ridge, in Danbury, Conn., where she died 18 Ap. 1860. 
She was buried in Starr's Plain Cemetery, where her gravestone strangely 
records her age as "33 years, 2 months, and 9 days." He married (2d), 3 
July 1 867, at Danbury, Amanda Bartram, widow of Daniel Berry, of Sharon, 
Conn., and dau. of Henry Platt and Julia Ann (Smith) Bartram, of Sher- 
man, Conn., where she was born 18 Jan. 1826. They were living, in 1873, 
at Long Ridge, about one-fourth of a mile from his father. 

8223 II. Lucy Osborn, b. at Long Ridge, in Danbury, Conn., in 1824; died 
when seven or eight years old, and was buried in Starr's Plain Cemetery. 

8224 III. Jerusha Osborn, b. at Long Ridge, in Danbury, Conn., 29 July 
1826; died 14 Oct. 1865, unmarried, and was buried in Starr's Plain Cem- 
etery. Her gravestone calls her age " 39 years, 2 months, and 20 days," 
which would make her birth five days earlier than the date given in the 
family-record. 

8225 IV. Harriet Osborn, b. at Long Ridge, in Danbury, Conn.; died young. 

8226 V. Ann Eliza Osborn, b. at Long Ridge, in Danbury, Conn.; died 
young. 

8227 VI. David Osborn, b. at Long Ridge, in Danbury, Conn., 20 Feb. 
1835 I married at Bethel, Conn., 25 Nov. 1859, Charlotte Barnum. They 
were living at Danbury in 1873. 

1 See the Hoyt Genealogy, pp. 487 and 569. 



2922 
15502 



15506 



1252 



8228 



8229 



8230 



8231 



Eighth Generation. 



VII. George Richard Osborn, b. at Long Ridge, in Danbury, 
Conn., 27 Feb. 1837; married at Bethel, Conn., 15 May 1861, Lucy 

Blackman, dau. of Beers and (Barnum) Blackman, of Bethel, 

where she was born 25 July 1841. They settled at Bethel, and were living 
there in 1873. 

VIII. Rosina Willis Osborn, b. at Long Ridge, in Danbury, Conn., 
16 Nov. 1840; married there, 21 Nov. 1872, Matthew Lindley Barbar, a 
carpenter, son of Orris and Emeline (Downs) Barbar, of Cornwall, Conn., 
where he was born 16 Oct. 1836. They settled at Danbury, and were 
living there in 1873. 

IX. Platt Smith Osborn, b. at Long Ridge, in Danbury, Conn., 28 
Sept. 1842; a hotel-keeper; married at Danbury, 15 June 1873, Elsie 
Eugenia Roland, dau. of Burr and Ann Urania (Crofut) Roland, of King 
Street, Danbury, where she was born 12 March 1854. He was living at 
Danbury in 1 874, proprietor of the Pahquioque House. 



Chil. of Richard and Ann (Bronson) Osborn. 

I. Caroline Priscilla Osborn, b. at Starr's Plain, in Danbury, Conn., 
8 Sept. 1824; married there, 10 Sept. 1843, Isaac Osborn, 1 a farmer, son 
of Isaac and Hannah (Knapp) Osborn, of Georgetown, in Reading, Conn., 
where he was born 16 Aug. 1819. They have lived at Starr's Plain; at 

> ANCESTRY OF DAVID AND ISAAC OSBORN. 

Capt. RICHARD OiBORN, one of the first settlers of Hingham, Mass., had a lot assigned him there in Sept. 1635 ; soon 
moved to Conn., and was a soldier in the Pequot war in May 1637; was in New Haven before 1640; removed, in 
1653, * Fairfield, Conn., where he had, in 1671, a grant of land for his share in the Pequot fight; and his latter years 
were, perhaps, passed at East Chester, N. Y. 



Capt. JOHN OSBORN, SARAH BENNETT, dau. 

of Fail-field, Conn.; 



died in 1 709. 



of James Bennett ; 
m. before 1673. 



I 
DAVID OSBORN, of Fairfield.Conn., ABIGAIL PINCKNEV, dau. of 



was, as early as 1665, a proprietor 
of East Chester, N. Y., and died 
there in 1679, his wife being app. 
adm. 10 Nov. 1679. 



I 

DAVID OSBORN, = DOROTHY 



Philip Pinckney, who, 
about 1665, went from 
Fail-field, Conn., to East 
Chester, N. Y. 



RICHARD OSBORN, of East Chester, chose his uncle, SARAH 





WILLIAM OSBORN, = ELIZABETH TURNEY. 



I 
ISAAC OSBORN, ^zi MARTHA HIGGINS. 

I 

ISAAC OSBORN, ~rr HANNAH KNAPP. 

| 

I 

ISAAC OSBORN, b. 6 = CAROLINE PRISCILLA 
Aug. 1819. OSBORN, No. 8231. 



John Osborn, of Fairfield, Conn., as his guardian, 
in place of his uncle, John Pinckney, of East 
Chester, in March 1689-90: and, as he must then 
have been fourteen years old, was born as early as 
16756. He bought, 4 June 1713, of Richard 
Whitney, one agth part of the township of Ridge- 
field, and settled there. His first seven children 
were probably born in East Chester, but the births 
of the whole ten are recorded a t Ridgefi eld. 
Savage alludes to a statement that he died at 
Ridgefield, not earlier than 1779; and a tradition, 
in his family, distinctly states his age at 107 years. 



m. about 1699. 



DAVID OSBORN, b, in Nov. 1700; m. Rachel Keeler, No. 30. 



15509 



2923 
15510 



Whitney Family. 



Ridgebury, Conn.; and at Ridgefield, Conn., which last was their home in 

Nov. 1875. 

II. James Osborn, b. at Starr's Plain, in Danbury, Conn., 27 July 15515 
1828 ; a farmer; married at Ridgebury, Conn., 29 Nov. 1848, Fanny Jane 
Crosby, dau. of William Snow and Marilda (Paddock) Crosby, of Patterson, 

N.Y., where she was born 4 Feb. 1828. They were living at Mill Plain, 
Danbury, in 1873. 

III. Mary Eveline Osborn, b. at Starr's Plain, in Danbury, Conn., 

27 Sept. 1830; married there, 13 Oct. 1852, Seth Andrews Downs, son of 9984 
Morris and Sarah (Davis) Downs, of Danbury, where he was born 27 Sept. 
1830. See his record. 



1253 



Chil. of Leander and Betty Marshall (Osborn) Dikeman. 

I. Mary Ann Dikeman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 23 March 1830; mar- 
ried at Reading, Conn., 10 March 1852, Thomas Wood, a trader, son of 
Harvey and Hannah (Dikeman) Wood, of Danbury, where he was born 
10 March 1830. They dwelt at Reading for one year; at Bethel, Conn., 
four years; at Allen, 111., till July 1865 ; and then settled at Harlan, Iowa, 
where they were living in Jan. 1876. 

8234^ II. Hannah Dikeman, b. at Danbury, Conn., in Ap. 1833 ; died aged 
one week. 



III. Esther Ann Dikeman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 20 July 1839; 
married at Bethel, Conn., 16 Jan. 1858, Edmond Allen, a salesman, son of 
Delazon and Hannah (Warren) Allen, of Norwalk, Conn., where he was 
born 14 Oct. 1833. They settled at Danbury, and were living there in 

Nov. 1873. 

8236 IV. John Howard Dikeman, b. at Bethel, Conn., 23 Sept. 1844; 
a painter; was living at Danbury, Conn., in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 



Chil. of Elind and Mercy (Osborn) Benedict. 

I. Edson Benedict, b. at Danbury, Conn., 7 Feb. 1815 ;' a cabinet 
maker; married at North Penfield, now Webster, N. Y., 14 Feb. 1838, 
Pamelia Shoecraft, dau. of James and Ruth (Petit) Shoecraft, of North 

'The Benedict Genealogy, p. 255, says 1814. 



2 9 2 4 
I552I 



15525 



2925 
15528 



1254 



8238 

8239 

8240 



8241 



8242 

8243 
8244 

8245 



8246 



Eighth Generation. 



Penfield, where she was born 14 March 1817. They dwelt at Coldwater, 
Mich., from Oct. 1838 till Nov. 1855 ; and then settled at Osage, Iowa, 
where they were living in Oct. 1877. 

II. Frederick Benedict, b. u Sept. 1816; married, 10 Jan. 1841, 
Sarah Mandeville; and resided in Monroe Co., N. Y., in 1873. 

III. Alfred Benedict, b. at North Penfield, now Webster, N. Y., 19 
Ap. 1818 ; married, in Feb. 1839, Dorcas Curtis, who was born in 1820; 
and resided in Monroe Co., N.Y., in 1873. 

IV. Harriet Benedict, b. at North Penfield, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1820; mar- 
ried, in Ap. 1841, Joseph Croser; and lived in Michigan in 1873. 



Child of William Gideon and Polly (Osborn) Morehouse. 

I. Abigail Jennett Morehouse, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 30 Oct. 
1825 ; married there, 25 Dec. 1851, John Could Coggswell, a hatter, born 
at Monroe, Conn., i June 1827, son of George and Sarah (Alby) Coggs- 
well. They resided in the west part of Brookfield in July 1873. 



Chil. of Richard and Maria (Merwin) Osborn. 

I. Jennett Osborn, married Benjamin Paine, a farmer; and lived at 
Bridewater, Conn., without children, in July 1873. 

II. Hermon Osborn, died at St. Louis, Mo., about 1853, unmarried. 

III. Harriet Osborn, married Edwin Stevens, of Mill Plain, Danbury, 
Conn.; and died at Bridgewater, Conn., about 1863, without children. 

IV. Sarah Osborn, is married, but has not reported her husband's 
name. They were without children in July 1877, at which date she was a 
teacher at Great Barrington, Mass. 



Chil. of Nathaniel and Esther (Lobdell) Barnum. 

I. Hiram Barnum, was living at Great Plain, Danbury, Conn., in 
Feb. 1877. 



15532 
'5534 



2926 
15533 



2928 



2933 



Whitney Family. 



1255 



8247 

to 

8249 

8250 
8251 

8252 

8253 
8254 

8255 



II to IV. A son and two daughters, living at Rochester, N. Y., in March 
1877. 



8258 



Chll. of Levl and Betsey (Lobdell) Bostwick. 

I. Cynthia Bostwick, b. at Brookfield, Conn., in 1812; married in 
1 836, at Kingston, Canada, Josiah Cloyes ; and was living in Minnesota in 
March 1877. 

II. Laura Emma Bostwick, b. at Patterson, N. Y., in May 1817; 
married in 1862, at Danbury, Conn., John Morehouse, a millwright, son 
of James and Matilda Morehouse, of Brookfield., Conn., where he was born 
in 1802. They were living at Danbury in March 1877, without children. 

III. Nelson Bostwick, b. at Sherman, Conn., in 1819; married in 
1868, at Rochester, N. Y., Malvlna Treadwell. They were living at 
Chicago, 111., in March 1877. 

IV. Lewis Bostwick, b. at Sherman, Conn., in 1821; died in Canada 
in 1834. 

V. Eliza Bostwick, b. at Sherman, Conn., in 1828; married in 1867, 
at White Pigeon, Mich., William May. They were living at San Francisco, 
Cal., in March 1877. 

VI. Frances Susan Bostwick, b. at Sherman, Conn., in 1831; 
married in 1850, at White Pigeon, Mich., Leander Tompklns; and was 
living at Cassopolis, Mich., in March 1877. 



Chil. of Ormond and Prudence (Bostwick) Lobdell. 

8256 I. Lucy Ann Lobdell, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 2 Jan. 1815; married 
there, i Jan. 1843, by the rector of St. Paul's Church, to John C. Cray, a 
farmer, of Brookfield, son of Thaddeus and Huldah (Lobdell) Gray. They 
settled at Brookfield ; where he died, and was buried in Prickback Cemetery. 
She was living at Brookfield, with her son, in July 1873. 

8257 II. Laura Lobdell, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 3 Oct. 1819; died 23 Oct. 
1819. 



III. Lewis Starr Lobdell, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 13 Oct. 1824; a 
hatter; married at Brookfield, 6 June 1847, Jnnett Adklns, dau. of Norris 



2934 



2935 
15542 



IS544 



1256 



Eighth Generation. 



8259 



8260 



8261 



8262 



8263 



8264 



and Charlotte (Griffin) Adkins, of Danbury, Conn. They settled at Dan- 
bury, and were living there in July 1873. 

Chil. of Ormond and Dolly Grace (Lyon) Lobdell. 

IV. Levi Lyon Lobdell, b. at Brookfield, Conn., i Feb. 1846; died 
there, 20 Sept. 1 847, and was buried in Prickback Cemetery. 



V. 



Lobdell, a son, twin, b. at Brookfield, Conn., i Feb. 1847; 



died on the same day, and was buried in Prickback Cemetery. 

VI. Hiram Lee Lobdell, twin, b. at Brookfield, Conn., i Feb. 1847; 
a farmer ; married at New Milford, Conn., 18 Nov. 1869, Almira Beardsley, 
dau. of Legrand and Alta (Chase) Beardsley, of New Fairfield, Conn., 
where she was born 17 Dec. 1848. They were living at Brookfield, with 
his father, in 1873, without children. 



2935 



Chil. of Hiram and Julia Jannette (ives) Lobdell. 



2936 



I. Mary Elizabeth Lobdell, b. at Brookfield, Conn., n Feb. 1842^ 15545 
married there, 30 Sept. 1857, by Rev. James Townsend, rector of St. j 
Paul's (Protestant Episcopal) Church at Brookfield, to William Frederick 
Wildman, a farmer, son of Ira and Harriet (Northrop) Wildman, of Brook- 
field, where he was born 27 Aug. 1836. They settled in Prickback district, 
Brookfield; where she died, 25 June 1866, and was buried in Prickback 
Cemetery. He married (2d), 7 Ap. 1868, at Sherman, Conn., Martha Ann 
Gardner, dau. of Michael and Ann (Davis) Gardner, of New Fairfield, 
Conn., where she was born 27 March 1840. They were living at Brook- 
field in Feb. 1 877, and had a daughter, Clara Bell Wildman, born there 8 

June 1869. 

II. Julia Harriet Lobdell, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 1 1 Dec. 1847; 
married at Brewster's Station, N. Y., 15 June 1867, by Rev. Albert Vail, 
Methodist Episcopal, to George wyiiam Ives, a merchant, of Brookfield, 
son of James Gilbert and Elvira (Ives) Ives, of the same place. They 
settled at Bridgeport, Conn., and were living there, without children, in 
Feb. 1877. 

III. Frances Susan Lobdell, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 22 Oct. 1853; 
married Charles Lord, of Bridgewater, Conn.; and was living at Bridge- 
water, with her father, in Feb. 1877. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Byram Botsford and Sally (Lobdell) Buckingham. 

8265 I. Herman Lobdell Buckingham, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 21 
Sept. 1827; died there, 7 Oct. 1847, and was buried in Prickback 
Cemetery. 



8266 



8267 



8268 



8269 






II. Henry Buckingham, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 30 March 1832; 
married there, 25 Dec. 1853, Grace Nichols Bristol, dau. of Eliud and 
Mary Ann (Sherman) Bristol, of Brookfield, where she was born 4 March 
1834. He was living at Bridgeport, Conn., in Dec. 1873, and was then 
proprietor of the City Hotel, 16 to 20 Wall Street. 

III. Frederick Smith Buckingham, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 7 
Sept. 1835; a lamp-maker; married Ceorgiana Andrews, and had two 
sons, who did not survive infancy ; died at Great Plain, Danbury, Conn., 
30 June 1860, and was buried in Prickback Cemetery, Brookfield, where 
his gravestone gives his age ("25 years, 10 months, and 7 days") 
incorrectly. ' 

IV. Sarah Elizabeth Buckingham, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 18 Feb. 
1837; married there, 13 Sept. 1854, Charles Russell Hamlin, a farmer, of 
Danbury, Conn. They were living at Bethel, Conn., in Dec. 1873; and 
her mother was living with them. 

V. Salmon Starr Buckingham, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 20 Nov. 
1840; and was living in California in Dec. 1873. 



Chil. of Stephen and Elizabeth (Baxter) Van Tassel. 

8270 j I. Emily Van Tassel, b. at Somers, N. Y., 6 July 1818; married at 

Wawarsing, N. Y., 18 Ap. 1844, Jesse J. Cray, a farmer, born at Wa- 
warsing, son of Jesse and Elizabeth (Price) Gray, afterward of Greenfield, 
N. Y. They settled at Ellenville, N. Y. ; where he died, 3 Jan. 1852, and 
was buried. She was living at North Salem in Nov. 1873. 

8271 II. Henry Van Tassel, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1820; a 
blacksmith; married about 1861, at South Salem, N. Y., Sarah Eliza 
Knapp, dau. of Daniel K. and Eliza (Westcott) Knapp, of Cross River, 

i So does the Buckingham Genealogy, p. 90, which makes the date of his death ten days too 
early. 

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15548 



'5549 



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8273 


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Smi 
and 


8274 


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She 
ther 


8275 


II 
Plaii 


8275, 


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Sale 

n 

died 


8276 


I. 
a m 



Righth Generation. 



., where she was born in 1835. They settled at Cross River, and 
there died (she, 26 May 1871; he, 27 Sept. 1871), and were buried in 
Cross River Cemetery. 

III. William Pettit Van Tassel, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 16 July 15560 

; married at Somers, N. Y., 15 Oct. 1845, Caroline Maria Mead, 
dau. of Andrew and Anna (Conklin) Mead, of Poundridge, N. Y., where 
she was born 29 Sept. 1820. They dwelt at North Salem till Ap. 
1868; and then moved to Katonah, N. Y., where they were living in 



IV. David Van Tassel, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 23 Feb. 1829; a 15567 
tailor; married in 1851, at New York City, Mary Eliza Smith, who was 
born at Norwalk, Conn., 25 Ap. 1831, dau. of David and Mary (Squires) 
They settled at North Salem (of which he has been postmaster), 
and were living there in March 1876. 



Chil. of Benjamin Bulkley and Matilda (Baxter) Cray. 

I. Harriet Cray, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 25 Oct. 1812; married 
Henry Riggs, son of Miles and Lydia (Northrop) Riggs. See his record. 
She died at North Salem, without children, 16 May 1860, and was buried 



II. Charles Cray, b. at North Salem, N. Y.; and was living at White 
Plains, N. Y., in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

III. Ann Cray, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 25 Sept. 1821; died at North 
Salem, unmarried, 9 Oct. 1851, and was buried there. 

IV. Benjamin Bulkley Gray, b. at North Salem, N.Y., 9 June 1824; 
died unmarried, 25 Oct. 1844, a t North Salem, and was buried there. 



Chil. of William Pettit and Elizabeth Minard (Lyvere) Baxter. 

I. William Pettit Baxter, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 12 June 1828; 
mason; married at New York City, 26 Jan. 1853, Hannah Hayden 



2939 
1783 



2940 
'5573 



8277 



8278 



8279 



Whitney Family. 



Rockwell,' dau. of Eliud and Hannah (Marvin) Rockwell, of Wilton, Conn., 
where she was born 16 Jan. 1827. They settled at South Norwalk, Conn., 
and were living there in Jan. 1876. 

II. Frances Jane Baxter, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 1 1 Aug. 1832 ; 
married there, 20 May 1857, Homer Rockwell,' a hatter, son of Eliud and 
Hannah (Marvin) Rockwell, of Wilton, Conn., where he was born 5 Sept. 
1822. They settled at South Norwalk, Conn., and were living there in 
Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of Ezra and Rachel (Kellogg) Osborn. 

I. Martin Kellogg Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn.; married Lola 
Valll, dau. of Oliver Vaill. They were living at Stony Hill, Danbury, 
Conn., in Nov. 1873. 

II. Henry Bottsford Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 4 Ap. 1820; a 
carriage- maker; married at New Fairfield, Conn., 22 Dec. 1842, Harriet 
Pierce, dau. of Matthew and Elizabeth (Bearse) Pierce. She was born in 
New York City, 31 Jan. 1822; died, of cancer in the breast, at Danbury, 
Conn., 8 July 1871, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. He married 
(2d), i May 1873, at Danbury, Harriet Anna Hubbell, dau. of Charles and 

1 ANCESTRY OK HOMER AND HANNAH HAYDEN ROCKWELL. 

JOHN ROCKWELL, was of Stamford, Conn., 7 Dec. 1641 ; sold his house and home-lot to Daniel Wescott in 1669, and 
moved to Rye, N. Y., where he died in 1676. It seems probable that he married Elizabeth, dau. of Jonas Weed of 
Stamford. 



JOHN ROCKWELL, died at Stamford about 1673-4; inventory presented 10 March 1673-4. 



I 



JOSEPH ROCKWELL, bought land at Norwalk, Conn., n Nov. = MARY 



1706, and, with wife Mary, sold their homestead there, 15 March 
1713-14. He died about latter pan of 1715: inventory dated n 
Jan. 1715-16. 



, presented inventory of her hus- 



band's estate 15 March 1715-16: and within 
three years, took a second husband, Win. 
Parker, of Norwalk, Conn. 



: 



JOSEPH ROCKWELL, b. at Norwalk, Conn., it Nov. = SARAH , joined the church with her husband, at Wilton 

1706; a farmer: died at Wilton, Conn., 24 Jan. (which was, till 1802, a parish of Norwalk, Conn.), 4 July 

749-50- 1735: and died there i Ap. 1745. 



JOSEPH ROCKWELL, b. at Wilton about 1740; m. there, ao Ap. 1762; served, =: WAIT RAYMOND, died at Wilton, 24 
as a lieutenant, in the Revolutionary war; and d. at Wilton in Oct. 1825. May 1768, aged 24 years. , 



CLAPP ROCKWELL, b. at Wilton, 4 Jan. 1763 ; =; ABIGAIL GREGORY, dau. of Thomas and Mary (Betts) Gregory ; b 
d. there, ji March 1850. at Wilton, 12 Dec. 1761; d. there, u June 1838. 



ELIUD ROCKWELL, b. at Wilton, iSJan. 1785; m. HANNAH MARVIN, dau. of David and Abigail (Haydcn) Marvin; 
23 May 1807; and d. at Wilton, 38 Nov. 1826. I b. at Norwalk, 6 Oct. 1788, and died there 6 Feb. 1864. 



I I 

HOMER ROCKWELL, = FRANCES JANE BAXTER, HANNAH HAYDEN ROCKWELL, = WILLIAM PETTIT BAXTER, 

No. 8277. No. 8276. 



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Harriet (Baldwin) Hubbell, and widow of Henry Weed, of Bridgeport, 
Conn., where she was born 14 Nov. 1835. They were living at Danbury 
in Nov. 1873. He served in the war of 1861. 

III. Ezra Burton Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 9 Dec. 1822 ; and 
lived there in 1873, about two miles south of the Junction. He is married, 
and is a communicant of St. Paul's P. E. Church. 

IV. Orrin H. Osborn, bap. at Brookfield, Conn., in St. Paul's P. E. 
Church, 8 July 1832; a trader; lived in Plumtrees district, Bethel, Conn., 
in 1873. 



Chil. of James Mead and Elizabeth Ann (Wildman) Osborn. 

I. Clarinda Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., about 1825; married 
there, 9 Sept. 1846, Levi Disbrow, of Sherman, Conn. They moved to 
Illinois, where she died before 1866. Her children live near Dement 
Station, Illinois. 

II. Sarah Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn.; married Crandison Shepard, 

a hatter; and lived at Bethel, Conn., in 1873. 

III. John Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn.; a carpenter and joiner; 
married Mary Ann Adget ; and settled at Ottawa, 111., where he died. 

IV. Henry Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn.; a farmer; lived in the 
south part of Brookfield, unmarried, in 1873. 

V. Jerome Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 4 March 1843 ; a farmer; 
married there, in Oct. 1867, Roxana A. Lampson, born at Brookfield, 13 
Nov. 1851, dau. of Levi and Betsey (Ives) Lampson. She died at Brook- 
field, 3 Jan. 1868, and was buried there, near the Baptist Church. He 
resided with his mother, at Brookfield, in 1873. 



Chil. of Orrin and Sarah Crocker (Pitman) Osborn. 

I. Mary Elizabeth Osborn, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., i May 1824; 
married at Southport, Conn., 6 Feb. 1848, by Rev. E. N. Cornwall, 
Episcopal, to John Gregory, a grocer, son of Stephen and Electa (Hawley) 
Gregory, of Danbury, Conn., where he was born 29 Ap. 1822. They 
settled at Southport, and were living there in Ap. 1877, having dwelt at 
Hartford, Conn., for sixteen months in 1850 and 1851. 



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8288 II. Henry Peck Osborn, b. at Danbury, Conn., 6 Feb. 1826; a 
locomotive-engineer ; married at Bridgeport, Conn., 29 May 1 849, Sarah 
Elizabeth Smith, who died about 1854. He was reported, in July 1873, 
as still living at Bridgeport. 



Chit, of Lewis and Betsey Ann (Andrews) Osborn. 

I. Edward Andrews Osborn, b. at Danbury, Conn., 20 Sept. 1834; 
a jeweller; settled at Newark, N. J., where he married, 2 Ap. 1856, Mary 
Catharine Sofieid, dau. of Randolph and Esther (Mandeville) Sofield, of 
Newark, where she was born in Oct. 1837. She died at Newark, 23 Dec. 
1856, and was buried at Pompton Plains, N. J. He served in Co. A, First 
Conn. Artillery, from 19 Feb. 1862 till Ap. 1865. He married (2d), 28 
Jan. 1867, at Newark, Phebe Wilhelmlna Mack, dau. of John Conrad and 
Margaret (Schwien) Mack, of Newark, where she was born 19 Jan. 1845. 
They were living at Newark in 1873. 

II. Orrin Wright Osborn, b. at Bethel, Conn., 26 Jan. 1837; was 
drowned, while bathing, at Brookfield, Conn., 25 July 1853, and was buried 
in Prickback Cemetery. 

III. Elias Northrop Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 13 May 1838; 
a saddler and harness-maker; married at Danbury, Conn., 4 Oct. 1865, 
Elizabeth White Hoyt, dau. of Philo and Laura Jane (Barlow) Hoyt, of 
Danbury, where she was born 25 Aug. 1845.' They settled at Danbury, 
and were living there in 1873. He served, as a corporal, in Co. B, 23d Reg., 
Conn. Vol. Infantry, from 19 Aug. 1862 till 29 Aug. 1863. 

IV. Frederick Augustus Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 18 July 
1840; served in Co. B, ist Reg., Conn. Heavy Artillery; died in hospital 
at Fair Oaks, Va., on the second day of the seven days fight at that 
place, 26 June 1862 ; and was buried at Brookfield, in Prickback Cemetery. 

V. Eliza Maria Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 14 Aug. 1842; 
married there, 30 Ap. 1861, Charles Treat Allen, a miller, son of Treat 
and Sarah (Blackman) Allen, of Southbury, Conn., where he was born 20 
Aug. 1841. They settled at Brookfield, and were living there, near the 
railway station, in 1873. 

VI. George Howard Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 19 Sept. 1843; 
a carpenter ; was living at Rafael, Cal., ten miles from San Francisco, in 
1873 ; unmarried. 

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VII. William Henry Osborn, b. at Brookficld, Conn., 15 Feb. 1846; 
a harness-maker ; married at Lawrence, Kansas, 23 March 1873, Martha 
Brown. They were living at Topeka, Kansas, in July 1873. 

VIII. Helen Amelia Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 27 Oct. 1848; 
married there, 2 Sept. 1872, Charles Henry Stevens, a carpenter, son of 
Henry and Eliza (Blackman) Stevens, of Brookficld. They were living at 
Brookfield in 1873. 

IX. Arthur Starr Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 15 Dec. 1851; a 
merchant; was living at Brookfield in 1873, unmarried. 

X. Theodore Wright Osborn, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 9 July 1854; 
and was living there, with his parents, in 1873. 



Chil. of Russell and Mary Jane (Culver) Osborn. 2950 

I. John Culver Osborn, b. in New York City, 15 Feb. 1833; died 
there, 15 July 1833, and was buried on Second Street, in a Methodist 
cemetery, which has since been removed. 

II. Emma Culver Osborn, b. in New York City, 16 Sept. 1834;; 15606 
married there, 1 3 May 185 1, Charles Whitlock, a broker in real estate, born 

at Plymouth, Conn., 12 Sept. 1826, son of Zalmon and Sarah (Gorham) 
Whitlock. They were living at 1160 Warren Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 
Nov. 1873. 



III. John Wright Osborn, b. in New York City, 9 July 1836; a 
carpenter; married about July 1861, at Hay Market, Va., Catharine Belt, 
of Hay Market. They dwelt in Brooklyn, N. Y.; Hay Market ; Winchester, 
Va.; and Cumberland, Md.; and in the latter place he died, 13 Dec. 1872. 
She was living at Hay Market in Nov. 1873. 

IV. Lucy Amelia Osborn, b. in New York City, 17 Aug. 1838; 
married in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 25 Feb. 1855, Edward Downing Doane, 
an engineer, son of George Edward and Abby (Post) Doane, of Essex, 
Conn., where he was born 16 Sept. 1834. They were living in Decatur 
Street, near Reed Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., in Nov. 1873. 

V. Catharine Frances Osborn, b. in Norwalk, Conn., 14 Feb. 1840; 
married in Baltimore, Md., 8 July 1862, Enos Richmond, a carriage-maker, 
born in Williamstown, Mass., son of Richard Richmond. They settled in 



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Berryvillc, Va., where she died 8 Jan. 1873. He dwelt in Williamstown in 
Nov. 1873, and his children were then living with his mother. 

VI. Russell Peck Osborn, b. in Norwalk, Conn., 14 June 1843; 
married in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Dec. 1864, Fanny Freer, dau. of Morgan 
Freer, of Poughkeepsie, where she was born. They settled in Poughkeep- 
sie, and were living there in Nov. 1873. He was then librarian of the 
Poughkeepsie Public Library. 

VII. James Culver Osborn, b. in Norwalk, Conn., 14 May 1845 : ' 
salesman; married in Brooklyn, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1869, Mary Elizabeth 
Owens, dau. of James Owens, of Brooklyn, where she was born. They 
settled in Brooklyn, and were living there in Nov. 1873. He was a ser- 
geant in Co. E, 1 3th Reg., N. Y. Cavalry; served for three years; and was 
wounded in the right hand, so as to destroy its usefulness. 

VIII. Mary Jane Osborn, b. in Norwalk, Conn., 3 June 1847 ; mar- 
ried in Brooklyn, N. Y., 14 May 1868, Benjamin Howard Smith, an 
engineer, son of Isaac and Sarah (Kelley) Smith, of Brooklyn, where he 
was born in Sept. 1848. They dwelt in Brooklyn till 1872; and then 
moved to Boston, Mass., where they were still living in Nov. 1873. 

IX. William George Osborn, b. at Purdy's Station, in North Salem, 
N. Y., i Aug. 1849; a soldier; was stationed in Montana in Nov. 1873, in 
a cavalry regiment. 

X. Ida Osborn, b. in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1855 ; died there, 
9 Nov. 1857, ar >d was buried in the Methodist Cemetery in Hamilton 
Street. 

XI. Robert Leaycraft Osborn, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 3 June 1859; 
died there, 18 Feb. 1862, and was buried in the Methodist Cemetery 
in Middle Village, L. I. 



Chil. of Ira and Hannah (Osborn) Wheeler. 

I. Mary Jane Wheeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 3 July 1835 ; mar- 
ried there, 2 May 1856, by Rev. Richard Keeler, Methodist, to William 
Tyler Bailey, son of Gould and Permelia (Tyler) Bailey, of Danbury, Conn., 
where he was born 22 Dec. 1827. They were living at Pleasantville, 
N. Y., in Feb. 1 876, and he was then the station-master of the Harlem Rail- 
way at that place. 



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II. Sarah Ann Wheeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1837; 
and was living at Pleasantville, N. Y., in Feb. 1876, unmarried. 



8312 III. Almon David Wheeler, b. at North Salem, N.Y., 23 Nov. 1838; 
died at North Salem, 4 March 1870, unmarried, and was buried there. 



IV. George Henry Wheeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 10 Nov. 

1 840 ; was living at Pleasantville, N. Y., in Feb. 1 876, unmarried, and was 
then postmaster and railway station-master at that place. 

V. Fanny Eugenia Wheeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 16 May 15632 
1847 ; married there, I Sept. 1869, by Rev. Mr. Jones, Methodist, to John 
Isaac Thorn, son of Isaac and Emeline (Resell) Thorn, of Mount Pleasant, 

N. Y., where he was born 12 Oct. 1837. They were living at Pleasantville, 
N. Y., in Feb. 1876. 



Chil. of Lev! and Hester (Luyster) Osborn. 

I. John Lewis Osborn, b. at Hopewell, in Fishkill, N. Y., i Oct. 
1836; a pattern-maker; married Emily Silvernail ; and was living with 
his mother, at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in Feb. 1876, without children. He 
enlisted at Poughkeepsie, 6 Aug. 1862, in Co. D, I28th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. 
Infantry; and was discharged, 12 July 1865, at Savannah, Ga., having 
taken part in battles at Port Hudson, La., 26 May 1863 (when he was 
slightly wounded in the head), and 14 June 1863 ; Cane River Crossing, 
La., June 1863; Winchester, Va., 19 Sept. 1864; Cedar Creek, Va., 19 
Oct. 1864; and at Fisher's Hill, Va., 1864. 

II. Ann Elizabeth Osborn, b. at Hopewell, in Fishkill, N. Y., 27 
May 1838 ; married at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 23 May 1854, by Rev. William 
H. Ferris, Methodist Episcopal, to Joseph Hoffman Brown, a harness- 
maker, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Decker) Brown, of Poughkeepsie. 
He was born at Newburgh, N. Y., 18 May 1834. They dwelt at Pough- 
keepsie till 1864; at Yonkers, N. Y., four months; at Milton, N. Y., four 
years; and, in 1868, settled at Highland, N. Y., where they were living in 
March 1876. 

III. Althea Jane Osborn, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 29 Nov. 1840; died 
at North Salem, N. Y., 6 July 1 843, and was buried at Hopewell, in Fishkill. 

IV. Sarah Aurelia Osborn, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1843 ; 
died there, 29 Dec. 1845, and was buried at Hopewell, in Fishkill, N. Y. 



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8319 V. Levi Jackson Osborn, b. at Foughkeepsic, N. Y., 2 Aug. 1845 ; 
a gas-fitter ; married there Catharine Eliza Ryan, dan. of Bartholomew and 
Elizabeth Maria (Traver) Ryan, of Poughkeepsie, where she was born, 19 
Aug. 1 849. They were living on the west side of Mansion Street, two doors 
below Washington, Poughkeepsie, in Feb. 1 876. He enlisted at Pough- 
keepsie, 5 Sept. 1862, in Co. B, i5Oth Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; and 
was discharged at Washington, D. C., 8 June 1865. 

8320 VI. George Washington Osborn, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 4 
Nov. 1847; a machinist; married at Newburgh, N. Y., 21 Dec. 1871, 
Semantha Rebecca Vandermark, dau. of Jonathan and Rachel Ann 
(Dingy) Vandermark, of Dwaarskill, Shawangunk, N. Y., where she was 
born 7 July 1850. They were living at Poughkeepsie in Feb. 1876. 



VII. Theron Osborn, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 10 July 1849; died 
there, 3 Dec. 1849, anc l was buried at Hopewell, in Fishkill, N. Y. 

VIII. Frances Wheeler Osborn, b. at Wappinger's Falls, N. Y., 20 
Ap. 1852; died at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 19 Ap. 1871, and was buried in 
Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery. 



Child of Henry and Mary Joanna (Griffith) Osborn. 

I. James Henry Osborn, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 12 July 1845; a 
physician ; grad. at the New York Homoeopathic Medical College in 1866; 
and was practising at Southington, Conn., in Nov. 1873 ; unmarried. 



Chii. of Edson and Charlotte (Baxter) Osborn. 

I. Albert Edson Osborn, b. in Degraw Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 13 
June 1851; a commercial traveller; married in Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, 
14 July 1873, by Rev. David Moore, Baptist, to Margaret Ann Miller, dau. 
of Andrew and Mary Joseph (Johnson) Miller, of New York. She was 
born at Brooklyn, 29 Dec. 1853. They dwelt at 442 Henry Street, 
Brooklyn, till July 1875; and then moved to 130 Front Street, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y., where they were living in Jan. 1876. 

II. Edward Clarence Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 4 Nov. 1853; 
a salesman ; was living with his aunt, Mrs. Lucy (Osborn) Bridges, at 442 
Henry Street, Brooklyn, in Jan. 1876. 



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III. Charlotte Elizabeth Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 23 March 
1856; was living with her aunt, Mrs. Lucy (Osborn) Bridges, at 442 
Henry Street, Brooklyn, in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of Eli and Jane (McKenzie) Osborn. 

I. Josephine Frances Osborn, b. at New York City, 26 Aug. 1851; 
died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1856, and was buried in Cypress Hills 
Cemetery. 

II. Edgar Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 13 Sept. 1853; died there, 
23 Sept. 1853, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery. 

III. Edson Franklin Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 6 July 1854; 
died at North Salem, N. Y., 31 July 1855, and was buried in Cypress Hills 
Cemetery. 

IV. Charles Filmore Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 30 Aug. 1856; 
died there, 8 May 1857, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery. 

V. Jenny Louise Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 31 July 1858. 

VI. George Eli Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1860. 

VII. Mary Ella Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 15 Dec. 1861; died 
there, 18 July 1863, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery. 

VIII. Eugenia Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 13 June 1863. 

IX. Flora Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 5 July 1865. 



Chil. of Jeremiah Bennett. 

I. John Bennett, b. at Rhinebeck, N. Y.; and went to Canada, with 
his father. 

There were others in this household, whose names have not been ascer- 
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Chil. of Daniel and Mary (Nichols) Bennett. 

8337 I. Elizabeth Bennett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 12 March 1820; 
married there, 27 May 1849, at her father's house, by Rev. Henry 
Olmstead, Episcopal, to William Henderson, a carman, of New York City, 
son of Peter and Mary (Dillingham) Henderson, of Roslyn, N. Y., where 

| he was born 22 Jan. 1805. They dwelt in New York City till i Ap. 1868; 
then settled in Titicus District, Ridgefield, and were living there in Dec. 
1874, without children. 

8338 j II. Jeremiah Bennett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 9 Nov. 1821; a 

farmer; married in Peekskill, N. Y., 15 Oct. 1843, Adeline Nickerson, dau. 
of Seth and Jane (Jacocks) Nickerson, of Patterson, N. Y., where she was 
born 12 Ap. 1826. They settled at Silver Spring, Ridgefield, and were 
living there in Nov. 1875. 

8339 III. Richard Bennett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Sept. 1825; a silver- 

! plater; married in West Monroe, N. Y., 29 June 1851, Maria Cook, dau. of 
Benjamin Stephen and Susan (Kenyon) Cook, of Mayville, N. Y., where 
she was born 3 Dec. 1826. They dwelt in Rochester, N. Y., from 12 July 

I 1845 til' 10 May 1865; and then moved to Westfield, N. Y., where they 
were living in March 1875. 

8340 IV. Mary Ann Bennett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 29 Sept. 1829; 
married Charles Davis, son of Isaac and Sarah (Hoyt) Davis. See his 



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Jane Elizabeth Bennett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 17 Nov. 1833; 
! married Charles Davis. See his record. 

VI. Charles Bennett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 12 Sept. 1838; a 
shoemaker; married in North Wilton, Conn., 29 May 1866, by Rev. 
George W. Allen, Meth. Epis., to Hannah Jane Davis, who was born in 
Wilton, 1 8 Feb. 1842, dau. of Hiram and Catharine (Hoyt) Davis. She 
died in Wilton, 2 Feb. 1867, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery, Ridgefield. 
He was married (2d), 1 2 June 1 870, in New York City, by Rev. W. C. 
Smith, pastor of the Jane Street Meth. Epis. Church, to Sarah Emellne 
Goodwin, who was born in New York City, 2 Sept. 1854, dau. of George 
Sargeant and Emeline (Nichols) Goodwin. They settled in Ridgefield, 
and were living there in Nov. 1874. 

VII. Esther Bennett, b. in Ridgefield, Conn., 25 Jan. 1846; married 
there, I March 1868, by Rev. Mr. Coe, to Benjamin Brewster Goodwin, an 

upholsterer, who was born in New York City, in Ap. 1847, son of George 



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Sargeant and Emeline (Nichols) Goodwin. They settled in New York, and 
were living at 76 Eighth Avenue in Nov. 1874. 



Chil. of Isaac and Sarah (Bennett) Fancher. 



Child of Jacob and Hannah (Bennett) Hulbert. 



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I. Charles William Fancher, b. at Wilton, Conn., 13 Oct. 1822; a 15665 
teacher ; married at the Lutheran parsonage, near Green's Bridge, Green- 
wich, N. J., 29 Ap. 1848, by Rev. John McCron, to Elizabeth Hunt, dau. 

of George and Mary (Insley) Hunt, of Greenwich, where she was born 26 
Ap. 1827. He was living at Riegelsville, Penn., in Jan. 1876, and had 
served as town-clerk, and as enrolling officer in the war of 1861. 

II. Samuel Bennett Fancher, b. at Wilton, Conn., 19 June 1825 ; 
a blacksmith; was living in March 1875, unmarried, at Wilton, where he 
had been a justice of the peace for many years. 

III. Elizabeth Fancher, b. at Wilton, Conn., n Jan. 1828; and died 
there, unmarried. 

IV. John Fancher, b. at Wilton, Conn., 18 June 1830; is dead. 

V. Theodore Roger Fancher, b. at Wilton, Conn., 27 March 1833 ; 15666 
an engineer; married at Wilton, 17 Dec. 1854, Emily Morgan, dau. of 
Aaron and Susan (Ferry) Morgan, of Wilton, where she was born 14 July 

1835. They dwelt at Wilton till 1858, and then settled at Norwalk, Conn., 
where they were living in March 1876. 



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I. Jane Hulbert, b. at Rhinebeck, N. Y., i Dec. 1816; married at j 15670 
Lovelton, Penn., I Dec. 1836, Albert Park, a farmer, son of Russell and 
Sophia (Barstow) Park, of Lovelton, formerly of Canterbury, Conn., where 
he was born 4 Ap. 1815. They settled at Lovelton, and there died (she, 
13 Aug. 1862 ; he, 23 Feb. 1867) and were buried. 



Chil. of Ellas and Hannah (Bennett) Hulbert. 



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II. Elizabeth Smith Hulbert, b. at Rhinebeck, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1820 ; 15680 
married at Asylum, Penn., i March 1842, Charles Thompson, a farmer, 
son of William and Martha Ann (Merritt) Thompson, of Owego, N. Y. , 



Whitney Family. 



where he was born 3 Jan. 1818. They settled at Terrytown, Fenn.; where 
she died, 18 Jan. 1863, and was buried. 

8351 III. Thomas Smith Hulbert, b. at Rhinebeck, N. Y., 26 March 
1822; married at Bradford, 111., 18 Feb. 1847, Harriet P. Clink. They 
settled at Corning, Iowa, and were living there in May 1876. 

8352 | IV. Rachel Ann Hulbert, b. at Rhinebeck, N. Y., 28 Ap. 1825; 
' married at Rockford, 111., 18 Feb. 1847, Charles Franklin Starks, a farmer, 

son of Charles and Sarah (Pratt) Starks, of Illinois, formerly of Wyalusing, 
Penn., where he was born 22 Dec. 1821. They settled at Bradford, 111., 
and were living there in May 1876. 

8353 V. Margaret Jackson Hulbert, b. at Rhinebeck, N. Y., 28 March 
1829; married in 1858, at Bradford, 111., Samuel S. Starks. They settled 
at Ashton, 111., and were living there in May 1876. 

8354 VI. Charles Osborn Hulbert, b. in Bradford Co., Penn., 20 Nov. 
1833; a farmer; married at Lee Centre, 111., 25 Dec. 1858, Eliza Ann 
Clink, dau. of John and Phebe Ann (Pratt) Clink, of Bradford Co., Penn., 
where she was born 7 June 1840. They dwelt at Bradford, 111., till 1871; 
at Lee Centre, 111., till 1873; and then settled at Marble Precinct, Neb., 
where they were living in Feb. 1877. 

8355 VII. George Washington Hulbert, b. in Luzerne Co., Penn., 24 
Jan. 1836; married Elizabeth Bowen, who died 16 Ap. 1859; married 
(2d) Lorraine Evltts. They settled at Lee Centre, 111., and were living 
there in May 1 876. 



Chll. of Zadok and Polly (Bennett) Williams. 

8356 I. Legrand Williams. 

8357 II. Josiah Williams. 

8358 III. Aaron Williams. 

8 359 IV. Sylvester Williams, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., i Ap. 1833; a 
farmer; married at Golden's Bridge, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1865, Anna Augusta 
Keeler, dau. of Samuel Dauchy and Sally (Akely) Keeler, of Ridgefield. 
She was born at Bedford, N. Y., 4 June 1838. They settled at Ridgefield, 
and were living there in Nov. 1875. He enlisted, 12 Aug. 1862, at 
Ridgefield, in Co. G, I7th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged 



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with the regiment, at Hilton Head, S. C, 19 July 1865, having been 
wounded in the foot at Chancellorsville, Va. 

V. Sidney Williams. 
VI Hannah Williams. 

VII. Rosina Williams, died young. Perhaps reference is made to 
her in the following extract from the Ridgefield (Conn.) records: "A child 
of Zadok Williams died 1 1 March 1845, a g e d 6 years." 

VIII. Hawley Williams, lived at Weston, Conn., in 1874. 



Chil. of Charles and Esther Bull (Harrington) Osborn. 

I. Henry Osborn, b. in Greene Street, opposite the Methodist Church, 
New York City, 20 March 1834; an agent for life-insurance; married at 
the house of Allen H. Bullis, Chatham Centre, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1865, by j 
Rev. M. B. Mead, Methodist, to Sarah Frances Greene, dau. of Barent | 
and Mary Ellen (Stryker) Greene, of Strykersville, N. Y. She was born 
at Prattsville, N.Y., 27 Feb. 1838. He left home in 1858; dwelt at Chicago, j 
111., till 1860; at New York City; at Jersey City, N. J.; at Bergen, N. J.; j 
at Troy, N. Y., till June 1872 ; and then settled at Cleveland, Ohio, where 
they were living in March 1876, without children. 

II. Charles Horace Osborn, b. at 30 Harrison Street, New York- 
City, 4 Ap. 1837; a physician and surgeon; grad. at the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, New York, in 1859; served in the war of 1861, 
as assistant-surgeon of the 7th Reg., N. G. S. N. Y. ; married in 1863, 
at Washington, D. C., Mary Thorpe; and was living in New York, at 320 
West 35th Street, in Feb. 1877, without children. 

III. Lucy Warner Osborn, b. at 1 50 Reade Street, New York, 3 Jan. 
1844; and was living at 39 Grand Street, Jersey City, N. J., in Feb. 1875, 
unmarried. 



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Chil. of William and Eliza Sena (Goodrich) Osborn. 

I. Sarah Emily Osborn, b. 20 Ap. 1839. 

II. Mariette Eliza Osborn, b. 7 Oct. 1840; married at Chicago, 111., 15703 



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8370 

837' 
8372 
8373 
8374 

8375 
8376 



8377 



8378 



8379 



Whitney I^amily. 



15 Feb. 1872, by Rev. Abbott E. Kittredge, to Harlan Page Parmelee. 
They were living at Denver, Colorado, in Jan. 1876. 

III. Frances Emma Osborn, b. 23 June 1843. 

IV. Helen Watson Osborn, b. 9 Nov. 1844; married at Chicago, 
111., 7 Feb. 1867, by Arthur Swasey, to Isaac R. Adams. They were 
living at Springfield, 111., in Jan. 1876, without children. 

V. George Goodrich Osborn, b. 9 Nov. 1846; died 4 May 1848. 

VI. Harriet Jane Osborn, b. 13 July 1849. 

VII. Willard Goodrich Osborn, b. i June 1852. 

VIII. Edward Asel Osborn, twin, b. 10 July 1855; died 24 July 
1855. 

IX. Edmund Whitney Osborn, twin, b. 10 July 1855 ; died 1 1 July 
1855. 

X. Gertrude Hunter Osborn, b. 5 Oct. 1862; and was living with 
her sister, at Denver, Colorado, in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of Henry and Susan Maria (Crocker) Osborn. 

I. Charles Horace Osborn, b. at Maumee City, Ohio, i Nov. 1842; 
a dealer in coal; was living at 536 West Monroe Street, Chicago, 111., in 
March 1876, unmarried. 

II. Henry Austin Osborn, b. at Maumee City, Ohio, 26 Nov. 1844; 
a dealer in real estate; married at Cooperstown, N. Y., 30 Sept. 1869, 
Anna Caroline Peak, dau. of James Madison and Celestia Benjamin (Todd) 
Peak, of Cooperstown, where she was born 22 Aug. 1844. They were 
living at 536 West Monroe Street, Chicago, 111., in March 1876, without 
children. 

III. Frank Crocker Osborn, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 12 Aug. 1847; 
an accountant; married at St. Louis, Mo., 2 Sept. 1875, Emily Louisa 
Illsley, dau. of Edward and Nancy (Selleck) Illsley, of St. Louis. She 
was born at New York City, 9 Nov. 1844. They were living at Chicago, 
111., in March 1876. 



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2972 



1272 



8380 



8381 



8382 



8383 



8 3 8 4 



8386 



8387 



8388 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of John Nathan and Jane (Osborn) Hoyt. 2973 

I. Noah Webster Hoyt, b. at Salina, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1844; died 
there, 24 Ap. 1845, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse, N. Y. 

II. Caleb Nathan Hoyt, b. at Salina, N.Y., 28 Aug. 1846; a farmer; 15704 
married at Syracuse, N. Y., 20 May 1874, Mittie Clarlnda Smith, dau. of 
Jarvis and Eunice Marsh (Cross) Smith, of 158 Wolf Street, Syracuse. 

She was born at Exeter, N. Y., 13 Sept. 1857. They settled at Salina, and 
were living there in Jan. 1876. 

III. Nathan Odell Hoyt, b. at Salina, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1850; a carriage- 
trimmer; married at Syracuse, N. Y., 5 Feb. 1873, by Rev. J. Bacon, 
pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church, to Elizabeth Jaqua, of Syracuse, 
dau. of William Woodard and Adelia (Brennan) Jaqua, deceased. She : 
was born at Yonkers, N. Y., in 1855. They were living at 27 Baker 
Street, Syracuse, in Jan. 1876. 

IV. John Nathan Hoyt, b. at Salina, N. Y., 2 June 1853; a farmer; 
was living with his parents, at Salina, in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 

V. Henry Osborn Hoyt, b. at Salina, N. Y., 5 July 1857; ar >d was 
living there, with his parents, in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of Philo and Eliza (Simmons) Osborn. 2974 

I. William Simmons Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 16 Oct. 
1821; a clerk; married at Rensselaerville, 29 Jan. 1845, by R CV - Robert 
Washburn, Episcopal, to Elizabeth Bloodgood Evens, dau. of Daniel Van 
Antwerp and Agnes (Bowie) Evens, of Mechanicsville, N. Y., where she 
was born 30 Ap. 1824. They dwelt at Rensselaerville till 1853; lived at i 
Albany, N. Y. till 1873; and then returned to Rensselaerville, where they 
resided in March 1 876, without children. 

II. Mary Johnson Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 26 Dec. 15705 
1823; married there, 25 Sept. 1840, by Rev. Zebulon Phillips, Methodist 
Episcopal, to George Kirtland Field, a farmer, son of Walter and Fanny 
(Kirtland) Field, of Durham, N. Y., where he was born 13 Ap. 1816. 
They dwelt at Durham for three years ; at Phelps, N. Y., eight years ; at 
Spencerport, N. Y., fifteen years; and then moved to Galesburgh, Mich., 
where, after seven years, they were still living in Ap. 1 876. 

III. Aaron Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1828; 



8389 






839' 



8392 



8393 



Whitney Family. 



married at Ithaca, N. Y., 28 Sept. 1850, by Rev. Mr. McHarg, to Delia 
Christiaense. They were living at 20 Oregon Street, Rochester, N. Y., in 
1876. 

IV. Philo Augustus Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 25 May 
1834; a blacksmith; settled, in the Autumn of 1856, at Ithaca, N. Y., 
where he was married, 6 June 1860, by Rev. Kinner Hollister, Baptist, to 
Amanda Hollister, dau. of Timothy and Harriet (Coon) Hollister, of Ithaca. 
She was born at Caroline, N. Y., 23 March 1842. They were living at 
Ithaca in Ap. 1876, without children. 



Chil. of White and Margaret (Shepard) Osborn. 

8390 I. Mary Frances Osborne, b. at Northampton, Mass., i July 1813; 
I and was living at Danbury, Conn., in Nov. 1874, unmarried. 



8394 V. Harriet Osborne, b. at Danbury, Conn., in 1826; died there, 7 
Aug. 1834, and was buried in the north cemetery, on Main Street. 

8395 VI. Harvey Rider Osborne, b. at Danbury, Conn., 10 Sept. 1827; a 
trader; was living at Danbury in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

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1273 



II. Edward Butler Osborne, b. at Northampton, Mass., 3 Aug. 
1814; a printer and editor; married at New Canaan, Conn., 7 Oct. 1840, 
Jane Booth Lambert, dau. of John and Harriet (Booth) Lambert, of New 
Canaan. She was born at Trumbull, Conn., 26 Ap. 1821. He started the 
Quincy Patriot, at Quincy, Mass., about 1829; and, after one year, sold it 
and went to Danbury, Conn., where, in 1837, he founded the Danbury 
Times, which is still continued under the name of Danbury News. In 
June 1853, he moved to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and, in the Autumn of that 
year, bought the Poughkeepsie American, changed its name to Dutchess 
Democrat, and, in Aug. 1855, united it with the Telegraph, under the name 
Poughkeepsie Telegraph, which he has since edited and published as a daily 
and weekly paper. He was living at 5 Vassar Row, Poughkeepsie, in Nov. 
1873- 

III. William Osborne, b. at Danbury, Conn.; a cotton-sampler; 
married Harriet Brown, of Mobile, Ala. They settled at Mobile, and 
were living there in Jan. 1 876. 

IV. George Shepard Osborne, b. at Danbury, Conn., in Oct. 1819; 
died there, 19 Ap. 1838, and was buried in the north cemetery, on Main 
Street. 



2978 



15709 



15717 



12/4 



Eighth Generation. 



8396 



8397 



8398 



8399 



8400 



VII. Levi Osborne, b. at Danbury, Conn., 28 Jan. 1824; a minister 
of the Disciples' Church; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 10 Ap. 1851, Mary 
Emma MofTatt, dau. of Anthony and Julia (Curtis) Mofifatt, of New York 
City, where she was born 24 May 1829. They settled at Danbury, where 
he served, for one year, as judge of probate, and two years as registrar of 
births, &c. He was corresponding secretary, for New York, of the Christian 
Missionary Society, in 1870-1871 ; dwelt at Troy, N. Y., in 1872 ; at Wil- 
liamsville, N. Y., in 1873-1875; and then moved to 11 Prospect Avenue, 
Buffalo, N. Y., where they were living in Feb. 1876. 



Chil. of Nathan and Cynthia (Osborn) Dikeman. 

I. Henry Dikeman, b. at Hartford, Conn., 7 May 1817; a hatter; 
married in 1851, at Northampton, Mass., Delia Adams Damon, dau. of 
David and Lois (Adams) Damon, of Reading, Mass., where she was born. 
They settled at Northampton, and were living there in Nov. 1873, without 
children. 

II. Julia Curtis Dikeman, b. at Northampton, Mass., 2 Jan. 1819; 
married there, 12 Sept. 1839, Luther C. Clark, son of Bohan and Polly 
(White) Clark, of East Hampton, Mass., where he was born. They settled 
at Northampton ; where she died of consumption, without children, 1 5 
Aug. 1841, and was buried in Northampton Cemetery. He was living in 
New York City, in Nov. 1873; a banker; with Clark, Dodge & Co., corner 
of Wall and William Streets. 

III. William Dikeman, b. at Northampton, Mass., 21 July 1821; died 
of consumption, 21 June 1841, at Northampton, and was buried there. 

IV. Nathan Dikeman, b. at Northampton, Mass., 9 Dec. 1828; a 
druggist; married at Northampton, 9 Dec. 1850, Sarah Jane Simmons, 
born at Stockbridge, Mass., 5 July 1830, dau. of Samuel and Armenia 
(Farrell) Simmons. They settled at Waterbury, Conn., and were living 
there in Nov. 1873. 



8401 



8402 



Chil. of Thomas Watson and Sarah (Osborn) Shepard. 

I. Charles Osborn Shepard, b. at Northampton, Mass., 16 Ap. 
1825 ; a bank-clerk; died at St. Louis, Mo., II Aug. 1843, ar d was buried 
there. 

II. Lucy Maria Shepard, b. at Northampton, Mass., 13 Dec. 1826; 



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15728 



2982 



15732 



1641 ; d. at Newbury, Mass., i July WILLIAM LEETE, of Guirford, Conn.; signed the Plantation Covenant of i June ~. ' ANN - , first 



pail in. i-j^i, u. uuiy, iTioaa., i iuiy r ILLIJMW ijr, t i e,, ui vjumuru, \_UIin. , MjJIieu inc I lailuiIKJIl V_nvni31U (>l I JUUC 

is under Queen Elizabeth, slain about 1639; an Assistant of New Haven Colony, 1643 to '$7- Deputy Governor, 
). was b. at Northampton, Eng., in 1576; came 1658; Governor, 1661 to '65; on the union with Conn., became an Assistant 



, d. at Roxbury, 31 July 1653. His wife d. at 
>;4imie! Hackburne. 



till 1669; Deputy Governor, 1669 to '76; and Governor from 1676 till his 
death at Hartford, 16 Ap. 1683. 



wife; was buried 
i Sept 1668. 



PRISCILLA GRANT, JOHN RUCCLES, b. in Eng. ab. =: SARAH DYER, of Wey- Rev. JOHN WOODBRIDGE, b. prob. at Andover, =. ABIGAIL LBBTS, 



b. in Kng., 14 
SepL 1626 ; m., 
14 Oct. 1647, at 
Windsor. 



re. (ist), 3 Ap. 1655, 
Mary, dau. of John Gibson, 
of Cambridge. She d. 6 Dec. 
1674, at Roxbury. 



mouth, Mass., sec- 
ond wife; m. 15 
March 1674-5. 



Harvard Coll. r 1604; preached at 
Andover, 1666; at Windsor, 1668; ord. at 
KilUngworth, Conn., 7 Ap. 1669; installed 
pastor at Wethersfield, Conn., 1679; an< * ** 
there in 1691. 



i Hi Mi-HRKV, b. = MARY MILLS, b. 8 Dec. 1662; d. 4 Ap. 17 
. 15 May 1656; dau. of Simon Mills, who lived at Wind 

Simsbury, and before 1639, and there m., 23 Feb. 1660, 

1736. Mary, dau. of William and Mary Buel. 



26 Oct. 

1671; d ab. 
1701. 



Rev. BENJAMIN RUCCLES, b. at Roxbury, Mass., u = MERCY WOODBRIDGE. 
Aug. 1676; Harv. Coll., 1603; when 19 years old, 
began to preach at Suffleld, Conn., where he was 
ord. 96 Ap. 1698, and d. 5 SepL 1708. 



708; = ESTHER HOLCOMBE, PETER MILLS, = JOANNA PORTER. For their ancestry, JONATHAN HUMPHREY, b. at = MERCY RUGGLES, b. at 
b. 1682-3. se* chart opposite page 342. Simsbury, 1688. SufEeld, Conn. 



magistrate of West Simsbury, == SARAH GARRETT, b. 1793; d. 1821, aged 98. She was dau. of Francis Garrett by his wife Sarah Mills, widow of 
Samuel Tuller and dau. of John Mills. Mrs. Garrett m. (3d) Capt. Joseph Woodford, and d. in 1797, aged 101. 



at Simsbury, in 1740; d. at Barkhamsted, Conn, in 1813. == RUTH HUMPHREY, b. at Simsbury, in 1748; m. in 1771; d, in 1822. 



t Charlestown, Va., 2 Dec. 1859. 



Whitney Family. 



married at Danbury, Conn., 17 Feb. 1846, Lemuel Dickinson Smith, an 
agent for insurance, son of John and Sophia (Dickinson) Smith, of Hat- 
field, Mass., where he was born. They were living at Boston, Mass., in 
Jan. 1876. 

8403 HI. Mary Watson Shepard, b. at Northampton, Mass., 3 Oct. 1828; 
married at Waterbury, Conn., 15 Dec. 1854, as his second wife, Owen 
Brown King, a manufacturing-overseer, son of Hiram and Ruth Ann 
(Brown 1 ) King, of Hudson, Ohio, where he was born 10 Aug. 1817. They 
settled at Waterbury. She died at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 23 June 1862, 
and was buried at Waterbury, in Riverside Cemetery. He was living at 
Watertown, Conn., in Jan. 1876, engaged in farming and stock-raising. 
He married (2d) Mrs. Belinda Woodruff. 

8404 IV. Julia Ann Shepard, b. at Northampton, Mass., 27 Oct. 1830; 
died at Northampton, 1 5 Oct. 1831, and was buried there. 

8405 V. Thomas Watson Shepard, b. at Northampton, Mass., 4 July 
1832; died of scarlet fever, at Lancaster, Mass., 25 Feb. 1834, and was 
buried there. 



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8406 



8407 



8408 



VI. Sarah Ellen Shepard, b. at Northampton, Mass., 2 Dec. 1836; 
married at Waterbury, Conn., 3 July 1854, Theodore Ives Driggs, an 
accountant, son of Dr. Asa and Sarah Maria (Ives) Driggs, of Cheshire, 
Conn., where he was born 25 Oct. 1829. They settled at Waterbury; 
where she died, 20 March 1857, an ^ was buried in Riverside Cemetery. 
He was living at Waterbury in Jan. 1876, being then secretary and 
treasurer of the American Pin Company. He married (2d), 9 Ap. 1860, 
at Waterbury, Margaret Sophia Pritchard, who was born at Waterbury, I 
July 1840, dau. of George and Frances Jeannette (Scott) Pritchard. 

VII. Thomas Edward Shepard, b. at Northampton, Mass., 10 Dec. 
1839; a machinist; married at Waterbury, Conn., 23 Oct. 1867, Gertrude 
Maria Wright, dau. of Loren Wood and Cordelia (Mclntyre) Wright, of 
Waterbury. She was born at North Adams, Mass., 23 Oct. 1851. They 
settled at Waterbury, and were living there in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of John Alexander and Elizabeth (Osborn) Gregory. 

I. Elizabeth Gregory, b. at Boston, Mass., 10 Oct. 1827; died at 
Norwalk, Ohio, 12 Oct. 1832, and was buried there. 

See pedigree opposite page 1274. 



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8409 

8410 
8411 
8412 

8413 
8414 



8415 
8416 

8417 

to 

8420 

8421 
8422 

8423 
8424 



Right h Generation. 



II. Jane Gregory, b. at Ithaca, N. Y., 29 June 1829; married at 
Greenfield, Ohio, 14 Nov. 1849, La Fayette Crosby, of Greenfield ; and was 
living at the latter place in Ap. 1 876. He died at Republic, Ohio, in 1 862. 

III. Rebecca Ann Gregory, b. at Ithaca, N. Y., 23 March 1831; 
died 8 Nov. 1850, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery, Danbury, Conn. 

IV. Sarah Maria Gregory, b. at Norwalk, Ohio, 23 June 1833 ; and 
was living at Greenfield, Ohio, in Ap. 1 876, unmarried. 

V. Mary Elizabeth Gregory, b. at Greenfield, Ohio, 16 Oct. 1835; a 
teacher; was living there in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 

VI. Emily Peek Gregory, b. at Greenfield, Ohio, 29 Aug. 1838; a 
teacher; was living there in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 

VII. John Eli Gregory, b. at Greenfield, Ohio, 9 Feb. 1841; a teacher; 
was living there in Ap. 1 876, unmarried. 



I. 



Chil. of Caleb and Ann (Taylor) Hunt. 
Hunt, died 19 Ap. 1825.' 



II. Clara Hunt, married 
in Ap. 1876. 



Ill to VI. Nothing reported. 



Poor ; and was living at Corry, Penn., 



Chil. of Eli and Emily Esther (Kelsey) Taylor. 

I. Esther Kelsey Taylor, b. at Herkimer, N. Y., 23 Sept. 1834; 
died at Herkimer, 14 Ap. 1839, and was buried there. 

II. Marion Taylor, b. at Herkimer, N. Y., 14 June 1836; and was 
living at Lyons, N. Y., in Ap. 1876. 

III. Eliza Taylor, b. at Herkimer, N. Y., 12 Nov. 1837; died at Her- 
kimer, 2 Ap. 1839, and was buried there. 

IV. Frances Ann Taylor, b. at Herkimer, N. Y., 18 Jan. 1841 ; 

1 See the Hunt Genealogy, p. 128. 



1S741 



2986 



2987 



15742 



8425 



8426 



8427 



8428 
8429 

8430 
8431 



8432 



Whitney Family. 



married at Syracuse, N. Y., 29 June 1869, Ceorge Washington Cetman, a 
druggist, son of Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Skinner) Getman, of Columbia, 
N. Y., where lie was born 18 Dec. 1845. They settled at Lyons, N. Y., 
' and were living there in Ap. 1 876. 

V. Emily Taylor, b. at Herkimer, N. Y., 23 June 1843; married at 
Herkimer, 23 March 1868, William Henry Stout, a commercial agent, son 
of James and Artemesia (Phinney) Stout, of West Winfield, N. Y., where 
he was born i Sept. 1842. They dwelt at Syracuse, N. Y., for three years; 
and then settled at Lyons, N. Y., where they were living in Aug. 1876. 

VI. Benjamin Kelsey Taylor, b. at Herkimer, N. Y., 12 Nov. 1845 ; 
a clerk ; married at Buffalo, N. Y., II Dec. 1873, Mary Freeman Carley, 
dau. of Joseph and Cornelia Maria (Midlam) Carley, of Buffalo. She was 
born at Utica, N. Y., 9 Jan. 1853. They settled at Buffalo, and were living 
there in May 1 876. 

VII. Eli Taylor, b. at Herkimer, N. Y., 7 Oct. 1848 ; and was living at 
Findley, Ohio, in Ap. 1876. 



Chil. of Ellas Osborn and Mary Ann (Lawrence) Taylor. 

I. Francis Taylor. 

II. Louisa Taylor, married Samuel Smith. 

Chil. of Ellas Osborn and Ann Eliza (Leveridge) Taylor. 

III. Elias William Taylor, b. at New York City, 19 Oct. 1831 ; a 
commission merchant; married, and was living at Montclair, N. J., in May 
1876. 

IV. John Leveridge Taylor, b. at New York City, 16 Sept. 1838; 
a dealer in paper; married at Sheboygan, Wis., 3 May 1865, Ella Augusta 
Hadley, dau. of Alfred and Fanny (Kelly) Hadley, of Glenbeulah, Wis. 
She was born at Washington ville, N. Y., 29 Oct. 1841. They were living 
at 96 Marcy Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., in May 1876. He was then of the 
firm of Briggs and Taylor, 6 Duane Street, N. Y., and 64 Federal Street, 
Boston, Mass. 

V. Charles Francis Taylor, b. at New York City, 4 Ap. 1842; a 
commission merchant; served in the 8th Reg. of Wis. Volunteers, in the 
war of 1861 ; and was living at 190 Fourth Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in Ap. 
1876. He is married, but has refused particulars. 



1277 



1 5745 



'5747 



2988 



15748 



15749 



12/8 



8433 
8434 



8435 



8 4 36 



8437 



8439 
8440 



8441 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Frederick Dabney and Clara (Taylor) Spalding. 

I. Dabney Spalding, died at Buffalo, N. Y., aged 5 years. 

II. Jane Elizabeth Spalding, died at Elkhart, Wis., in Sept. 1855; 
and was buried at Greenbush, Wis. 



2989 



Chil. of William and Mary (Taylor) Tweedy. 



2990 



I. Frances Ann Tweedy, b. at Danbury, Conn., i Aug. 1826; 515750 
married at Buffalo, N. Y., 14 Dec. 1847, Lev! Hathaway Rumrlll. They 

were living at Buffalo in March 1876. 

II. Elizabeth Tweedy, b. at Danbury, Conn., 13 Ap. 1829; married, 15754 
14 Sept. 1850, Edwin Augustus Holbrook. They were living at Buffalo, 

N. Y., in March 1 876. 



III. Harriet Tweedy, b. at Danbury, Conn., 16 Nov. 1831; married 
at Buffalo, N. Y., II July 1854, Francis James Atwater; and was living 
with her second husband, Evans, at Buffalo, in March 1876. 

IV. Hannah Maria Tweedy, b. at Danbury, Conn., 3 March 1834; 
died at Buffalo, N. Y., 24 Feb. 1847, and was buried in North Street 
Cemetery. 

V. William Smith Tweedy, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 31 May 1837; and 
was living there in March 1876, unmarried. 

VI. Daniel Salmon Tweedy, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 28 May 1842; 
died there, 19 Sept. 1847, and was buried in North Street Cemetery. 



'5755 



Child of William and Sarah (Taylor) Ferguson. 

I. Susan Arabel Ferguson, b. at Danbury, Conn., i March 1827; 
married, 6 Jan. 1847, Calvin Ransom Dunning, of Danbury, where he was 
born 10 Jan. 1822, son of Lyman and Jerusha (Combs) Dunning. She 
died, without children, 29 July 1851, at Danbury, and was buried in 
Wooster Cemetery. He married (2d), 31 March 1872, at Danbury, 
Martha Ambler, eldest dau. of Benjamin S. Ambler ; and was living there 
in July 1877. 



2991 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Charles Edward and Laurinda (Osborn) Barnard. 

I. Frederick Eugene Barnard, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., i Sept 
1817; a merchant; married at Greene, N. Y., 25 March 1846, Jane 
Cameron Mullender, dau. of Isaac and Margaret (Nicholson) Mullender, 
of Geneva, N. Y., where she was born 25 June 1817. She died at Geneva, 
lojan. 1868, and was buried there. He married (2d), 23 Jan. 1873, at 
Greene, Anna Elizabeth Cray, widow of his brother, Charles Henry 
Barnard, and dau. of Warren and Lucretia (Ashcraft) Gray, of Greene, 
where she was born 27 Nov. 1832. They settled at Greene, and were 
living there in Feb. 1 876. 

II. William Osborn Barnard, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 4 March 
1819; a dealer in coal, lime, and building-stone; married at the corner of 
Pratt and Trumbull Streets, Hartford, Conn., 27 Ap. 1841, Catharine 
Elizabeth Ailyn, dau. of Nathan and Sophia (Sinnott) Allyn, and adopted 
dau. of William Moseley, of Hartford, where she was born 28 Oct. 1821. 
He dwelt in New York City for about two years; at Cortland Village, 
N. Y., thirty-one years and six months; and then moved to Mason City, 
Iowa, where, after four years and six months, they were living in March 
1876. He was then proprietor of the Cerro Gordo County Lime and 
Stone Works. 

III. Julia Ann Barnard, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., 1 1 Dec. 1820; 
married at Greene, N. Y., II Dec. 1845, Benjamin Thurber, a merchant, 
son of Abner and Martha (Heckart) Thurber, of Lindleytown, N. Y., where 
he was born 8 Feb. 1820. They settled at Greene; and she was living 
there in Feb. 1 876, he having died at Corning, N. Y., 29 or 30 Ap. 1 870, 
and been buried in Corning Cemetery. 

IV. Robert Paddock Barnard, b. at Cooperstown, N. Y., i July 
1822; died in infancy. 

V. Susan Jenkins Barnard, b. at Greene, N. Y., 16 Nov. 1824; 
married there, in Oct. 1848, George W. Griswold ; and was living at 
Greene in Feb. 1876, a widow. 

VI. Robert Paddock Barnard, b. at Greene, N. Y., 2 Dec. 1827; a 
merchant; grad. at Yale College in 1849; married at Greene, 4 Sept. 
1851, Margaret Helen Welch, dau. of Benjamin and Catharine (Grair) 
Welch, of Greene. She was born at Kingston, N. Y., 29 July 1827. They 
settled at Greene, and were living there in May 1876. 

VII. Charles Henry Barnard, b. at Greene, N. Y., 30 Oct. 1831; a 
merchant; married in Aug. 1861, at Greene, Anna Elizabeth Cray, dau. of 



.279 



2995 

'5757 



8448 



15758 



15764 



15768 



15769 



1280 



8449 



8450 

8451 
8452 



8453 
8454 

8455 



8456 



Eighth Generation. 



Warren and Lucretia (Ashcraft) Gray, of Greene. They settled at Greene; 
where he died, without children, 27 March 1864, and was buried. She 
married (2d) his brother, Frederick Eugene Barnard. See his record. 



8442 



VIII. George Paddock Barnard, b. at Greene, N.Y., 24 Dec. 1833; i 15771 
a bookseller; married in Jan. 1858, or 1859, at New York City, Anna 
Barnard Van Rensselaer, dau. of Henry and Susan (Barnard) Van 
Rensselaer, and g. dau. of Robert A. Barnard, who was a brother of 
Charles Edward Barnard. 1 She was born at Hudson, N. Y., and was 
living there in Ap. 1876. He died at Grand Rapids, Mich., 27 June 1866, 
and was buried at Hudson. 



Chil. of John Stanton and Caroline (Osborn) Avery. 

I. Albert Avery* b. in Jan. 1825 ; died in July 1826. 

II. Aurelia Avery, b. in June 1826; died in Oct. 1827. 

III. Caroline Cornelia Avery, b. at Greene, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1828; 
married there, 2 Dec. 1846, William Joseph A'Hearn, a tailor, son of] 
William and Catharine (Tobin) A'Hearn, of Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, 
Ireland, where he was born 5 Nov. 1823. They settled at Greene, and 
were living there in March 1876. 

IV. Charles Barnard Avery, b. at Greene, N. Y., in May 1830; died 
in 1832. 

V. William O. Avery, b. at Greene, N. Y., 28 May 1833; married 
Harriet Reynolds; married (2d), 8 July 1873, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Helen 
Upson; and was living at Washington, D. C., in March 1876; a govern- 
ment-clerk. 

VI. John Stanton Avery, b. at Greene, N. Y., 22 March 1835; a 
seaman ; left home in Ap. 1855, on a whaling voyage, and has never re- 
turned. 



Chil. of Hosmer Prosper and Jane (McArthur) Osborn. 

I. Juliana Osborn, b. at New York City, 3 July 1829; married, 16 
Dec. 1850, Benjamin Franklin Folger, a grocer and shipper, son of 
Benjamin Franklin and Deidamia (Barnard) Folger, of Hudson, N. Y., 

i See note to No. 2995. 



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'5777 



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where lie was born 27 Feb. 1814. He was, for several years, the agent at 

i Panama for the Empire City line of steamers, plying between Panama and 

San Francisco. He afterward settled at Sacramento, Cal., where he died 

; I June 1864, and was buried in the City Cemetery. She married (2d), 25 

Ap. 1 869, at Sacramento, George Hancock, a farmer and sheep-raiser, son 

of Nathan and Catharine Williams (Lee) Hancock, of Barre, Mass., where 

he was born in July 1836. They settled on a ranch, twelve miles north 

j of Sacramento, and were living there in Feb. 1876. 

8457 II. Elizabeth McArthur Osborn, b. at New York City, 26 June 
1831 ; a teacher; married at Sacramento, Cal., IO Sept. 1860, Henry Orson 
Seymour, born at Camillas, N. Y., son of Henry and Amanda Antoinette 
(Wood) Seymour. They settled at Sacramento, and were living there in 
Feb. 1 876. He was then president of the Board of Supervisors of Sacra- 
mento County. 

8458 III. Sarah Jane Osborn, b. at New York City, 16 Jan. 1833; a 
teacher; married at Sacramento, Cal., 5 May, 1854, her mother's cousin, 
Francis R. Folger, a clerk, born at New York, 5 May 1824, son of Robert 
Coleman and Susan (Macy 1 ) Folger, and g. son of Abishai and Elizabeth 
(Coleman) Folger. Tfiey settled at Sacramento, and were living there in 
Feb. 1876. He was then employed in the freight-office of the Central 
Pacific Railroad. See the Macy Genealogy, p. 135. 

i ANCESTRY OF SUSAN MACY. 

THOMAS MACY, of Chilmark, Wilts., Eng .; = SARAH HOPCOTT, RICHARD GARDNER, of := SARAH SHATTUCK, d. 

f. f c? - --- XT I ft -/ fL:! 1. O_l f -*._ . I _1 



freem. 6 Sept. 1639, Newbury, Mass.; ong. 
settl. of Salisbury, Mass., 1639; selectman 
1643, 46, 52 ; deputy 1654 ; orig. purch. of 
Nantucket, 1659, where he d. 19 Ap. 1682, 
aged 74. 



of Chilmark, 
Wilts., Eng.; d. 
in 1 706, aged 
94- 



Salem, Mass., 1643; 
perh. s. of Thomas 
Gardner, of Salem ; 
went to Nantucket 
in 1667. 



1 724, aged above 92 
years. She was 
prob. dau. of Samuel 
Shattuck, of Salem, 
a Quaker. 



JOHN MACY, b. Satis- - DEBORAH GARDNER, JOHN COFFIN, b. at Salisbury, Mass., 13 Dec. DEBORAH AUSTIN. 
bury, Mass , 14 July b. 13 Feb. 1658; 1647; d. at Nantucket, 1711. He was sot 
1655; d. Nantucket. d. at Nantucket, of Tristram and Dionis (Stevens) Coffin 
14 Oct. 1691. 1712. who settl. in Nantucket, 1660. 



THOMAS MACY, b. at Nantucket, about 1687; d. there 16 = DEBORAH COFFIN, d. at Nantucket, 23 Sept 1760. 
March 1759. 



ROBERT MACY, b. at Nantucket, 20 Nov. :^ ABIGAIL BARNARD, b. at Nantucket, 12 May 1714; m. there 3 Jan. 1731; 
1710; d. there 23 Nov. 1771. dau. of Benjamin and Judith (Gardner) Barnard. 



ROBERT MACY, b. at Nantucket, 18 March ANNA JONES, b. 14 Dec. 1750; m. 2 March 1772: d. at Nantucket, 31 

1746; d. at Ghent, N. Y., 28 Sept 1828. Aug. 1797; dau. of Silas and Anna (Heath) Jones. 

ROBERT COLEMAN FOLCER, d. 15 Aug. 1849. = SUSAN MACY, b. at Nantucket, 19 July 1790; d. in Cal., 25 July 1862. 



I 
FRANCIS R. FOLGER, = SARAH JANE OSBORN, No. 8458. 



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Chil. of Hosmer Prosper and Marietta (Folger) Osborn. 

IV. Harriet Chapin Osborn, b. at New York City, 17 Sept. 1836; 
died there, 7 March 1837, and was buried at Hudson, N. Y. 

V. Edwin Folger Osborn, b. at New York City, 3 May 1838; died 
there, 24 Oct. 1841, and was buried at Hudson, N. Y. 

VI. Harriet Mary Osborn, b. at New York City, 7 Jan. 1841 ; a 
teacher; married at Sacramento, Cal., 7 Jan. 1869, Horatio Nelson Stevens, 
a telegrapher, born at Buffalo, N. Y., son of John William and Alansa 
(Rounds) Stevens. They settled at San Francisco, Cal., and were living 
there in Feb. 1876. 

VII. Minnie Osborn, b. at New York City, i Dec. 1843 ; married at 
Sacramento, Cal., 12 May 1863, William Augustus Grover, a physician, son 
of David and Margaret (Kibbe) Grover, of Tolland, Conn., where he was 
born about 1818. He grad. at Berkshire Medical College, Pittsfield, Mass., 
in 1843. They were living at San Francisco, Cal., in Feb. 1876. 

VIII. Helen Darling Osborn, b. at New York City, i March 1847; 
died there, 26 Oct. 1850, and was buried at Hudson, N. Y. 

IX. William Elnathan Osborn, b. at Sacramento, Cal., 8 Dec. 
1855 ; and was living there in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of Homer Beadle and Sarah Johnson (Folger) Osborn. 

I. Caroline Avery Osborn, b. in Grand Street, New York, 21 Ap. j 15793 
1836; married at Sacramento City, Cal., 13 Sept. 1856, by Rev. J. A. 
Benton, Congregational, to Levi Wilsey, a dealer in lumber, son of George 
Leonard and Maria (Kisselbrach) Wilsey, of Ancram, N. Y. He was born 

at Livingston, N. Y., 2 May 1829. They dwelt at Sacramento City till 
1859; at Punta Arenas, Cal., till 1864; and then returned to Sacramento, 
where they were living in Ap. 1876. 

II. Robert Folger Osborn, b. in Henry Street, New York, 28 Oct. ! 15798 
1837; a merchant; married in Broome Street, N. Y., n Nov. 1856, by j 

Rev. Mr. Bedell, to Eleanor Chandler Anthony, dau. of Alexander and 
Nancy (Stoutt) Anthony, of New York, where she was born. He dwelt 
at Sacramento, Cal., for ten years, and then moved to San Francisco, Cal., 
where he was living in March 1 876. 



Whitney Family. 



8467 III. Susan Folger Osborn, b. in Gouverneur Street, New York, 4 
Sept. 1839; married at San Francisco, Cal., 15 May 1867, by Rev. Charles 
G. Ames, Unitarian, to Charles Eliot Abbot, a mining-superintendent, son 
of Jacob and Catharine (Thayer) Abbot, of Hampton Falls, N. H., where 
he was born 5 Nov. 1822. They dwelt at the Pyramid Mill and Mine, in 
the town of White Oak, three miles east of Green Valley, Cal., till 20 
June 1869; at Elko, Nevada, till I Feb. 1876; and then moved to Sac- 
ramento, Cal., where they were living in Ap. 1876. 

8468 IV. Aurelia Wilson Osborn, b. at New York City, 18 May 1841 ; 
died there, 24 March 1846, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

8469 V. Homer Elnathan Osborn, b. at New York City, n Oct. 1843; 
a druggist; married at San Francisco, Cal., 12 Sept. 1867, Jessie R. Miller, 
dau. of Peter and Jane (Haddon) Miller, of Sacramento, Cal. She was 
born at Glasgow, Scotland, 24 March 1845 ! died at Sacramento, 17 June 
1873, and was buried at San Francisco. He was living at San Francisco 
in Ap. 1876. 

8470 VI. Charles Folger Osborn, b. at New York City, 27 Dec. 1845 ; 
died there, i Jan. 1847, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

8471 VII. Annie Folger Osborn, b. at New York City, 13 Oct. 1847; 
married at San Francisco, Cal., 25 Ap. 1867, Edwin Whitlmore Taggard, 
a dealer in real estate, son of John Langdon and Olive Lincoln (Barker) 
Taggard, of Charlestown, Mass. He was born at Boston, Mass., 22 
June 1837. They settled at San Francisco, and were living there in 
May 1876. 

8472 VIII. Frank Folger Osborn, b. in Monroe Street, New York, 27 
Nov. 1849; a dealer in hardware; married at San Francisco, Cal., 2 Ap. 
1873, by Rev. Horatio Stebbins, Unitarian, to Mary Ann Davis, dau. of 
Charles and Maria (Adcock) Davis, of Albany, N. Y., where she was born 
31 Jan. 1849. They were living at San Francisco in Ap. 1876; he being 
then of Osborn and Alexander, 624 Market Street. 

8473 IX. Clara Osborn, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 25 Jan. 1852; married at 
San Francisco, Cal., 25 Jan. 1872, Walter Williams Haskell, an agent for 
fire-insurance, son of Henry and Sarah (Phelps) Haskell, of West Gloucester, 
Mass., where he was born 26 Jan. 1846. They dwelt at Carson City, Nev., 
from 28 Jan. till 20 June 1872 ; and then settled at Alameda, Cal., where 
they were living in May 1876. 

8474 X. Russell White Osborn, b. at San Francisco, Cal., 18 Jan. 
1861. 



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Eigh tJi Gen era tion . 



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8476 

8477 
8478 
8479 

8480 
8481 



8482 



8483 



Chil. of William Wright and Cecilia (Robertson) Osborn. 3000 

I. William Elnathan Osborn, b. at New York City, 22 March 
1835; died there, 25 Sept. 1854, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery. 

II. Martha Jane Osborn, b. at New York City, 10 Sept. 1837; died 
at Cortlandville, N. Y., 17 May 1843, and was buried there. 

III. George Osborn, b. at New York City, 6 Jan. 1840; died at 
Cortlandville, N. Y., 27 May 1843, and was buried there. 

IV. Hosmer Osborn, b. at Cortlandville, N. Y., 17 May 1842; died 
at New York City, 18 May 1853, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery. 

V. Edward Elnathan Osborn, b. at New York City, 23 Ap. 1847 ; 
has studied mechanical drawing and designing at the Cooper Union School 
of Art; and was living at 507 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal., in 
March 1876, unmarried. 

VI. Lamartine Osborn, b. at New York City, 28 Ap. 1849; and 
was living at 501 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal., in March 1876, 
unmarried. 

VII. Clara Cecilia Osborn, b. at 278 Grand Street, New York, 15 ; 15815 
Sept. 1851; married at the parsonage of the Allen Street Methodist 
Episcopal Church, New York, Joseph Elliott, a printer, son of George and 
Anna Maria (Latsch) Elliott, of 358 East Eighth Street, New York. He 

was born at New York, 23 Jan. 1852. They settled at 358 East Eighth 
Street, New York, and were living there in Ap. 1 876. 



Chil. of William and Sarah Ann (Simons) Osborn. 

I. Elizabeth Osborn, b. at Albany, N. Y., 26 Sept. 1823; died at 
Rensselaerville, N. Y., 11 Oct. 1841, and was buried there. 

II. Hannah Mary Osborn, b. at Albany, N. Y., 27 Aug. 1825; 
: married there, 3 May 1843, by Rev. B. T. Welch, D.D., Baptist, to Ralph 

Pratt Myers, a merchant and manufacturer, son of Samuel and Abigail 
(Tourtelotte) Myers, of Sand Lake, N. Y. He was born at Schodack, 
N. Y., i Jan. 1820. They dwelt at Albany, where he was in the dry goods 
trade till i May 1844; at Akron, Ohio, till 27 Feb. 1859; and then settled 
at Cleveland, Ohio, where they were living in Ap. 1876. At Akron, he 
continued to deal in dry goods for one year ; then formed a company for 



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1285 



8484 



8485 



8486 



8487 



the manufacture of stoves, under the name of Myers, Cobb & Co.; and 
also became interested in the manufacture of woollen and cotton machinery, 
machine cards, &c. In 1849, this firm was merged in the Akron Stove 
Company, of which he was the general agent, managing its affairs for ten 
years, with signal success. In Cleveland, he became the founder and head 
of the house of Myers, Rouse & Co., wholesale dealers in tin plate, sheet- 
iron, &c., and manufacturers of stoves, at 176 Water Street. He was also 
president of the Cleveland Society for Savings, and of the Cleveland 
Homoeopathic Hospital Association ; and was an original shareholder in 
the Citizens' Loan Association, and the King Bridge Manufacturing 
Company, of Cleveland. He has long been a member of the Baptist 
Church, and an efficient laborer in Sunday schools and missions. 1 

III. Loring William Osborn, b. at Albany, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1828; a 
tailor; married at Knowersville, N. Y., 2 Dec. 1848, by Rev. Adam Crounse, 
Lutheran, to Isabella Stead, dau. of John and Hannah (Smith) Stead, of 
Knowersville. She was born at Selby, Yorkshire, Eng., 6 Jan. 1829. 
They dwelt at Rensselaerville, N. Y., from I May 1849 till I Sept. 1849; at 
Knowersville till i Oct. 1855; at Millport, N.Y., till I Ap. 1859; at Mech- 
lenburgh, N. Y., till 15 Aug. 1862; and then returned to Knowersville, 
where they were living in Ap. 1876. He was a justice of the peace in the 
town of Guilderland, N. Y., for eight years, beginning in 1863. 

IV. Catharine Matilda Osborn, b. at Albany, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1829; 
died at Albany, 27 June 1831, and was buried there. 

V. Ransom Payson Osborn, b. at the corner of North Pearl Street 
and Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y., 29 Sept. 1832; married at Defiance, 
Ohio, 23 Dec. 1862, Caroline Kahlo, born near Berlin, Prussia, in 1844, 
dau. of Henry and Dora Kahlo. They settled at Napoleon, Ohio, and 
were living there in Ap. 1876. He was then recorder of Henry County, 
serving his second term of three years. He enlisted in 1861, at Defiance, 
and served for three months, as sergeant, in the I4th Reg. of Ohio Volun- 
teers. He again enlisted in the Autumn of 1861, in the 35th Reg. of 
Ohio Volunteers ; was commissioned first-lieutenant, and served for eight 
months, when sickness compelled him to resign. He afterward served for 
one hundred and twenty days, in the Ohio National Guards, as captain of a 
company. 

VI. James Muir Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 8 June 1835; 
a manufacturer of stoves ; dwelt at Akron, Ohio, for eight years, and, in 
1859, moved to Cleveland, Ohio; married there, 13 Aug. 1862, Huldah 
Aurelia Wheeler, dau. of Warner and Nancy (Valentine) Wheeler, of 

1 Condensed from Cleveland's Representative Men, published in 1870. 



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15831 




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8490 



8491 



8492 



8493 



8494 



Farmington, Mich., where she was born 30 Dec. 1839. He was treasurer 
of Myers, Rouse and Co., an incorporated company, engaged in the man- 
ufacture of stoves and the sale of tinners' stock, at Cleveland, in Ap. 1 876. 

VII. Sarah Ann Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1838; 15834 
married at 22 Eagle Street, Cleveland, Ohio, 9 May 1861, Charles Bulkley 
Squire, a dealer in hardware, son of Virgil and Rebecca Amaryllis (Peck) 
Squire, of Birmingham, Ohio, where he was born 16 Sept. 1836. They 
settled at Defiance, Ohio, and were living there in June 1876. 



Chil. of William and Ann Amelia (Hotchkiss) Osborn. 

8489 VIII. Charles Hotchkiss Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 22 

Sept. 1841 ; died at Springfield, Penn., 7 Nov. 1856, and was buried at 
Horseheads, N. Y. 



IX. Maria Louisa Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N.Y., 3 July 1843 ! 
and was living with her father, at Horseheads, N. Y., in Ap. 1876, un- 
married. 






X. Alanson Thorp Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 1 1 Ap. 
1845; a merchant; settled, in Sept. 1862, at Cleveland, Ohio, where he 
was married, 7 Oct. 1868, at 43 Euclid Avenue, by Rev. S. W. Duncan, 
Baptist, to Catharine Arnette Chisholm, dau. of Henry and Jean (Allan) 
Chisholm, of Cleveland, formerly of Scotland. She was born in St. 
George's Street, Montreal, C. E., 30 June 1845. They were living at 
408 (old number, 43) Euclid Avenue in Ap. 1876. He was then a 
member of the firm of Sherwin, Williams and Co., 126 Superior Street, 
manufacturers of white lead, colors, &c. He served for one hundred days, 
in Co. E, isoth Reg., Ohio National Guards, at Fort Thayer, in the 
northern defences of Washington. 

XI. Amanda Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1847; 
and was living with her parents, at Horseheads, N. Y., in Ap. 1876, un- 
married. 

XII. Ralph Myers Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 30 March 
1850; and was living at Coal Creek, Colorado, in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of Ransom and Amanda (Allen) Osborn. 

I. Harriet Osborn, b. at Oak Hill, N. Y., 8 March 1838; married 
there, 28 Sept. 1859, Austin Woodruff De Frate, a farmer, son of Francis 



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1287 



and Jane Ann (Woodruff) De Frate, of Oak Hill, where he was born 16 
July 1836. They settled at Morristown, Minn., and were living there in 
May 1876. 

II. Eliza Osborn, b. at Oak Hill, N. Y., 3 Oct. 1839; married in 
1857, at Akron, Ohio, Henry Oscar Hampson, a merchant, son of Robert ' 
and Deborah (Jones) Hampson. He was born 13 Nov. 1833; and died at 
Northeast, Penn., 29 Sept. 1868. She was living at Minneapolis, Minn., 
in May 1876. He served in the 2d Reg. of Ohio Cavalry, in the war 
of 1861. 

III. Laura Osborn, b. at Oak Hill, N. Y., 30 March 1841; married at 
Potter's Hollow, N. Y., IO Sept. 1862, Zina Whittlesey Snyder, a teacher 
and commercial traveller, born 6 Oct. 1835, son of Alexander and Emeline 
(Simmons) Snyder. They settled at Minneapolis, Minn., and were living 
there in May 1876. 

IV. Luther Osborn, b. at Oak Hill, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1843 ; a printer; 
married at Lockport, N. Y., IO Oct. 1866, Alice Maria Morman, born at 
Lockport, 30 July 1846, dau. of William and Catharine (Laing) Morman. 
They settled, in 1867, at Minneapolis, Minn., and were living there in May 
1876. He enlisted in Co. B, 93d Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers, in Feb. 1862; 
served for two years; and was afterward a captain in the 22d Reg., U. S. 
Colored Volunteers, till Oct. 1865. 

V. Mary Osborn, b. at Oak Hill, N. Y., 16 July 1845; married there, 
28 Jan. 1864, Julius Frederick Hellaman Miller, of Lockport, N. Y., a 
dealer in hardware, born at Lewiston, N. Y., 28 July 1822, son of William 
and Lantha (Miller) Miller. They settled at Clio, Mich., and were living 
there in May 1876. 

VI. Israel Tremain Osborn, b. at Oak Hill, N. Y., 29 Sept. 1847; 
a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church ; married at Roberds' 
Lake, in Wells, Minn., 25 Ap. 1876, Sarah Owlngs, dau. of Thomas Beal 
and Elizabeth (Roberds) Owings, of Roberds' Lake. She was born at 
Mill, Ind., 2 May 1854. He grad. at Bishop Seabury Divinity School, 
Faribault, Minn., 17 June 1875; was ordained deacon at the Cathedral 
Church in Faribault, 20 June 1875; was ordained priest, i May 1876; and 
was living, June 1876, at Alexandria, Minn., where he was rector of 
Emanuel Church. 

VII. Albert Osborn, b. at Oak Hill, N.Y., 2 Dec. 1849; was educated 
at Cornell University; and was studying, in May 1876, at Drew Theological 
Seminary, Madison, N. J., as a candidate for the ministry of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 



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8501 



8502 



8503 



8504 



8505 



8507 



8508 



VIII. William Ransom Osborn, b. at Oak Hill, N. Y., i March 
1852; a farmer; was living at Minneapolis, Minn., in May 1876, un- 
married. 



Chil. of Abner Curtis and Emeline (Bedford) Osborn. 

I. Ezra Homer Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 5 July 1832; a 
farmer; married at Homer, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1856, Emily Plumb, dau. of 
Samuel and Mary Ann (Coley) Plumb, of Homer. She was born at 
Pitcher, N. Y., 10 Sept. 1 834. They were living on his grandfather's home- 
stead, at Oak Hill, Durham, N. Y., in May 1876, without children. 

II. Elizabeth Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 8 Aug. 1835; 
married there, 14 Feb. 1861, John Cross Kenyon, a farmer, son of Simeon 
Perry and Susan (Cross) Kenyon, of Rensselaerville. He was born at 
Germantown, N. Y., 12 Sept. 1824. They settled at Durham, N.Y., and 
were living there in Oct. 1877. 

III. Philo Tanner Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 23 Aug. 
1841 ; died 22 Sept. 1871, at Durham, N. Y., and was buried there, in 
Oak Hill Cemetery ; unmarried. 

IV. Cordelia Roggen Osborn, b. at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 23 Sept. 
1849; married at Durham, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1873, William Van Wagoner, a 
farmer, son of Nelson and Mary (Campbell) Van Wagoner, of Durham, 
where he was born 6 March 1852. They settled at Durham, and were 
living there in May 1876. 



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Chil. of Anthony and Julia (Curtis) Moffatt. 3008 

I. Edwin Curtis Moffatt, b. at New York City, 28 May 1821 ; a 15862 
book-keeper; married at New York, 19 Sept. 1848, by Rev. Isaac Orchard, 
Baptist, to Lucinda Foshay, dau. of Andrew and Susan (Austin) Foshay, 

of New York, where she was born 25 Nov. 1831. They dwelt at 22 
Greenwich Avenue, New York, till 1853; and then settled in North Oxford 
Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., where he died 7 Jan. 1860. He was buried in 
Greenwood Cemetery. She was living at 24 Elliott Place, Brooklyn, in 
Feb. 1876. 

II. Julia Curtis Moffatt, b. at New York City, 12 Aug. 1822 ; mar- 15868 
ried August Kummel, 1 born at Cassel, Germany, son of Hermann and 

'His brother, Henry Edward Kummel, married Susan Curtis, No. 3016. 



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Gertrude (Krollpheiffer) Kiimmel. They settled at Kansas City, Mo., 
where she died 19 March 1871. 

III. Anthony Yelverton Moffatt, b. at New York City, in June 
1826; died in Nov. 1826. 

IV. Mary Emma Moffatt, b. at New York City, 24 May 1829; 
married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 10 Ap. 1851, Levl Osborne, son of White and 
Margaret (Shepard) Osborn. See his record. 

V. Anthony Yelverton Moffatt, b. at New York City, 3 Jan. 1 83 1 ; 
died 22 Aug. 1831. 



8514 



8515 



Chil. of Edwin and Henrietta (Pitts) Curtis. 

I. Edwin Pitts Curtis, b. near Cahawba, Ala., 2 Dec. 1824; a sales- 
man ; died of typhoid fever, unmarried, 1 3 Aug. 1 862, in hospital, at 

I Trenton, Tenn., and was buried there. He was a member of an Illinois 
cavalry regiment. 

II. John Abner Curtis, b. near Cahawba, Ala., 15 Ap. 1826; an 
auctioneer; married in Nov. 1848, at New York City, Frances Angelina 
Allen, dau. of William and Adeline (Curtis) Allen, and g. dau. of Reuben 
and Silence (Allen) Curtis. She was born at New York, 27 Dec. 1827. 
They dwelt at New York; where he died without children, 30 Dec. 1865, 
of apoplexy, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. He was a member 
of the well-known firm of Haggerty & Co., auctioneers. 

III. Julia Emma Curtis, b. near Cahawba, Ala., 6 Feb. 1829; died 
at New York City, of small-pox, in Dec. 1846, and was buried in the 
cemetery of the North Dutch Church, on Second Street. 

IV. Mary Henrietta Curtis, b. near Cahawba, Ala., 25 Jan. 1831; 
married at New York City, 18 Sept. 1850, John Hunt Fowle, a jeweller and 
watch-maker, born at Northampton, Mass., son of Nathaniel and Julia 
(Hunt) Fowle. They settled at Northampton, and were living there in 
Jan. 1874. 

V. William Osborn Curtis, b. near Cahawba, Ala., 14 Oct. 1833; 
died at New York City, 6 Feb. 1 836, and was buried in a vault in the yard 
of St. Mark's Church. 



8517 VI. Susan Caroline Curtis, b. at New York City, 10 Feb. 1836; died 
at Compo, Conn., 29 Ap. 1836, and was buried there, on her father's farm. 



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Chil. of Edwin and Mary (Van de Water) Curtis. 

VII. Phoebe Eliza Curtis, b. at Compo, Conn., 13 Aug. 1837; 
was living with her mother, at 113 East 3ist Street, New York, in Jan. 
1874, unmarried. 

VIII. Rebecca Curtis, b. at Compo, Conn., n May 1839; and was 
living with her mother, at 1 13 East 3ist Street, New York, in Jan. 1874, 
unmarried. 

IX. Sarah Ann Curtis, b. at Compo, Conn., 10 July 1840; died at 
New York City, 5 Jan. 1 849, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

X. William Osborn Curtis, b. at New York City, 4 Feb. 1842; a 
clerk; was living with his mother, at 1 13 East 3ist Street, New York, in 
Jan. 1874, unmarried; and at 100 West 38th Street, in 1876. 

XL Caroline Halsey Curtis, b. at New York City, 26 Sept. 1844; 
died there, I Aug. 1 849, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 



Chil. of Paul Allen and Mary Cecilia (Stansbury) Curtis. 

I. Allen Stansbury Curtis, b. in New York City, 3 Aug. 1824; a 
merchant; married in New York, 6 Jan. 1846, Mary Elizabeth Lyon, dau. ! 
of William Lyon, of New York, where she was born in Dec. 1826. 
He died in New York, 22 July 1868, and was buried in the family vault in 
St. Mark's Church-yard. She was living at 103 West 55th Street, New 
York, in Jan. 1874. 

II. Catharine Stansbury Curtis, b. in New York City, i Sept. 
1826; married there, 23 Nov. 1846, Henry Ormond Pinneo, a merchant, 
youngest son of Rev. Bezaleel Pinneo, of Milford, Conn., where he was 
born 22 Feb. 1813. They settled in New York; and removed to Green- 
wich, Conn., where they were living in Nov. 1873. 

III. Mary Cecilia Curtis, b. in New York City, 29 Dec. 1828; 
married there, 24 June 1851, Theodore Wallace Todd, a merchant, son of 
William Wallace and Caroline (Duffle) Todd, of New York, where he was 
born 7 Aug. 1825. She died in New York, 23 Feb. 1869, and was buried 
in Greenwood Cemetery. He was living at 52 East 6ist Street, New 
York, in May 1877. 



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8528 

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8530 
8531 



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IV. John Leonard Curtis, b. in New York City, 5 Sept. 1831; died 
there in Oct. 1835, and was buried in St. Mark's Church-yard. 

V. William Henry Curtis, b in New York City, I Ap. 1834; a 
merchant and broker; married in New York, 17 Nov. 1858, Annie Martin. 
They were living in Orange, N. ]., in Nov. 1873. 

VI. John Leonard Curtis, b. in Westport, Conn., 2 Feb. 1836; 
died in New York City, 22 Feb. 1844, and was buried in St. Mark's 
Church-yard. 

VII. Charles Halsey Curtis, b. in New York City, 23 March 1838; 
died 1 6 Ap. 1840, and was buried in St. Mark's Church-yard. 

VIII. Pauline Curtis, b. in New York City, 12 June 1840; and died 
there, 23 March 1871, unmarried. 

IX. Irene Augusta Curtis, b. in New York City, 7 Nov. 1842; 
married there, 6 June 1867, Cornelius Brinkman Outcalt, cashier of the 
National Exchange Bank of New York, born in Ap. 1 840, son of John 
and Amanda Outcalt They were living with her parents, at 806 Lexing- 
ton Avenue, New York, in Nov. 1873. 

X. Clemence Curtis, b. in New York City, 8 June 1846; and was 
living with her parents in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

XI. Floyd Ferris Curtis, b. in New York City, 28 Oct. 1849; an 
accountant; was living with his parents in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 



Chil. of Joseph and Sarah Ann (Van de Water) Curtis. 

I. William Van de Water Curtis, b. in New York City, 6 March 
1827; married in the Church of the Annunciation, New York, u May 
1848, by Rev. Dr. Seabury, to Amy Cornell Mclntire, dau. of William and 
Ruth (Lovett) Mclntire, of New York, where she was born 7 Jan. 1826. 
They settled in New York, and were living there in Nov. 1873. 

II. Harriet Amelia Curtis, b. in New York City, 29 June 1829; 
and was living with her mother, at 123 Fifth Avenue, New York, in Nov. 
1873, unmarried. 

III. Alfred Leonard Curtis, b. in New York City, 3 May 1832; an 
auctioneer; married in Calvary Church, New York, 8 Dec. 1853, by Rev. 



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8538 

8539 
8540 

8541 



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Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Henry Edward and Susan (Curtis) Kummel. 



1 Thomas Hill, born in England, changed his 
name to Hillson, soon after coming to America. 



2 See the Strong Genealogy, p. 633. 



Dr. Hawks, to Maria Elizabeth Hill, b. in New Orleans, La., I Ap. 1834, 
dau. of Thomas 1 and Eleanor (Johnson) Hill. They dwelt in New York ; 
where she died 8 June 1869, and was buried in Trinity Cemetery. He 
married (2d), 4 Aug. 1872, at Fishkill, N. Y., Elizabeth McDonald Strong, 
dau. of Oliver and Elizabeth McDonald (Mclntyre) Strong, 2 and widow 
of Frank Jaudon, of New York. She was born in July 1 836. They 
settled, immediately after marriage, at " Brookside," in Mount Vernon, 
N. Y., and were living there in Nov. 1873. 

IV. Adeline Allen Curtis, b. in New York City, 9 Sept. 1834; mar- | 15905 
ried at Hell Gate, New York, 7 Sept. 1854, Alfred Gardner Perry, a dealer 

in watches and jewellery, son of Hiram and Mary Ann (Gardner) Perry, 
of Rhode Island, where he was born about 1830. They settled in New 
York, where he died 30 May 1862, in his 32d year. He was buried in 
Greenwood Cemetery. She was living at 35 East 2ist Street, New 
York, in Nov. 1873. 

V. Sarah Isabel Curtis, b. in New York City, i Jan. 1837; an d was 
living there, with her mother, in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

VI. Mary Caroline Curtis, b. in New York City, 2 March 1839; 
and was living there, with her mother, in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

VII. Julia Emma Curtis, b. in New York City, 10 July 1841 ; and 
was living there, unmarried, with her sister, at 35 East 2ist Street, in 
Nov. 1873. 

VIII. John Halsey Curtis, b. in New York City, 4 Oct. 1843; a 
salesman; was living there, with his mother, in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 



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I. Gertrude Caroline Mary Kummel, b. at Cassel, Germany, n | 15907 
March 1837; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 4 June 1862, at St. Ann's; 
Church, by Rev. Benjamin Cutler, D.D., to Benjamin Tredwell Van 
Nostrand, a custom-house broker, son of Samuel and Mary (Tredwell) 
Van Nostrand, of North Hempstead, L. I., where he was born 12 Jan. 
1834. They lived with her parents, at 139 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn; 
and there he died, 28 Ap. 1864. He was buried in St. George's Church- 
yard, Hempstead, L. I. She lived with her parents in Nov. 1873. 



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II. Augusta Susan Kiimmel, b. at New York City, 30 Oct. 1838; 
died there, 18 March 1843, and was buried in the Curtis vault, in St. Mark's 
Church-yard. 

III. Harriet Halsey Kiimmel, b. at New York City, 22 March 1840; 
died there, 13 March 1843, and was buried in the Curtis vault, in St. Mark's 
Church-yard. 

IV. William Halsey Kummel, b. at New York City, 15 Nov. 1841; 
died there, 25 Feb. 1843, and was buried in the Curtis vault, in St. Mark's 
Church-yard. 

V. Osborn Curtis Kummel, b. at New York City, 9 Oct. 1843; died 
there, 21 Jan. 1845, an d was buried in the Curtis vault, in St. Mark's 
Church-yard. 

VI. Herman Abner Kummel, b. at New York City, 21 Nov. 1845; 
died there, 3 Dec. 1846, and was buried in the Curtis vault, in St. Mark's 
Church-yard. 

VII. Edgar Henry Kummel, b. at New York City, 8 Oct. 1847; a 
clerk; was living with his parents, at 139 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

VIII. Emma Moffatt Kummel, b. at New York City, 29 June 
1849; died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 20 May 1850, and was buried in a vault in 
St. Luke's Church-yard, Brooklyn. 

IX. Charles Halsey Kummel, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 18 May 1855; 
died there, 16 June 1864, and was buried on Ocean Hill, Greenwood 
Cemetery. 



Chil. of Jedediah and Aner Mary (Osborn) Bump. 



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8551 I. Osborn Ely Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 15 May 1823; a 15908 
merchant; married at Osborn Hollow, 19 Feb. 1851, by Rev. Moses Dyer, ; 
to Angelina Matilda Reynolds, dau. of John and Susan (Palmer) Reynolds, 
of Osborn Hollow. She was born at New Kingston, in Middletown, N.Y., 
10 Feb. 1824. They dwelt at Osborn Hollow till 1864; and then settled 
at Binghamton, N. Y., where they were living in Nov. 1876, at 36 Chenango 
Street. 

II. Roswell Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 18 July 1825; a 15909 
dealer in wool, hides and furs; married at Conklin, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1857, by 



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Rev. Moses Dyer, to Sarah Maria Washburne, born at Jefferson, N.Y., 
8 Feb. 1835, dau. of John and Nelly (Comstock) Washburne. They 
settled at Binghamton, N. Y., and were living there in Nov. 1876. 

III. Nelson Alexis Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., i Feb. 1828; 
died at Osborn Hollow, 22 Oct. 1831, and was buried there. 

IV. Theodore Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 14 Ap. 1830; died 
at Osborn Hollow, 3 Ap. 1833, and was buried there. 

V. Jedediah Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1832; a 
farmer; married at Colesville, N. Y., 28 July 1860, by Rev. William 
Allaben, to Deborah Ann Stanley, dau. of John and Clarissa (Barnes) 
Stanley, of Kirkwood, N. Y., where she was born 11 June 1841. They 
settled at Kirkwood, and were living there in Nov. 1876. 

VI. Emma Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 17 June 1835; and 
was living at Binghamton, N. Y., unmarried, in Nov. 1876. 

VII. Lorenzo Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1837; 
died at Osborn Hollow, 23 March 1852, and was buried there. 

VIII. Heman Alberto Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 28 Ap. 
a farmer; married at Saginaw, Mich., 13 Feb. 1868, Mary Ann 

Harrison, born at Pitcher, N. Y., 31 March 1842, dau. of Reuben and 
Lucia Emeline (Hyde) Harrison. They settled at Binghamton, N. Y., and 
were living there in Nov. 1 876. 

IX. John Chamberlain Bump, b. at Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 7 Aug. 
a dealer in stoves and hardware ; married at Binghamton, N. Y., 

27 Nov. 1868, by Rev. Zachariah Paddock, D.D., Methodist Episcopal, to 
Adelaide Dorr, dau. of William Wells and Caroline (Hopkins) Dorr, of 
Binghamton, formerly of Hoosick Falls, N. Y., where she was born 20 Oct. 
They settled at Binghamton, and were living there in Feb. 1877. 



Chil. of Samuel and Betsey (Osborn) Everts. 

I. Parthenia Ann Everts, b. at South Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 27 Ap. 
1831; died there, 2 May 1833, and was buried at Osborn Hollow. 

II. Ellen Antoinette Everts, b. at South Osborn Hollow, N.Y., 21 
Dec.i834; married at Kirkwood, N.Y., 1 1 March 1852, Johnson Attwood; 



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and died at South Osborn Hollow, 5 Feb. 1854. She was buried at 
Osborn Hollow. 

III. Ely Osborn Everts, b. at South Osborn Hollow, N. Y., 5 Sept. '\ 15919 
1838; a farmer; married at Kirkwood, N. Y., I Sept. 1855, Ellen Maria 
Darling, dau. of Nicholas Solomon and Eliza (Drake) Darling, of Kirkwood, 
formerly of Harpersfield, N. Y., where she was born 12 Feb. 1832. They 
settled at Kirkwood, and were living there in Dec. 1 8/6. 



Chll. of Elisha and Hannah (Rockwell) Hurlburt. 

I. Semantha Hurlburt, b. at Cornwall, Vt., 3 Ap. 1805 ; is dead. 

II. Lydia Hurlburt, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 25 March 1807; married at 
East Cornwall, Vt, I Jan. 1829, Jason Jones, a farmer, son of Amzi and 
Hephzibah Jones, of West Cornwall, Vt, where he was born 23 Jan. 1808. 
They settled at West Cornwall, and were living there in Oct. 1877. 

III. Julius Hurlburt, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 14 March 1809; a farmer; 
married at Ripton, Vt, 29 Nov. 1831, Lois Fuller, dau. of Thomas and 
Nancy (Briggs) Fuller, of Ripton, where she was born 20 Ap. 1812. They 
dwelt at Cornwall till 1873, and then moved to Havilah, Cal., where they 
were living in May 1876. 

IV. Betsey Hurlburt, b. at Cornwall, Vt, i Oct. 1811. 

V. Samuel Hurlburt, b. at Cornwall, Vt. 

VI. Edwin Hurlburt, b. at Cornwall, Vt. 



Chil. of Jared and Anna (Rockwell) Warner. 1 

I. Horace Warner, b. at Cornwall, Vt, n Dec. 1804; a farmer; 
married at Shoreham,Vt, 22 Feb. 1827, Laura Cooper, dau. of Lester and 
Sarah (Snow) Cooper, of Shoreham, where she was born 3 Dec. 1805. 
They dwelt at Shoreham till 1831; at Lima, Mich., till 1857; and then 
settled at Dexter, Mich., where she died 22 July 1873. He died at Man- 
istec, Mich., 21 Ap. 1876. They were buried at Dexter. 

"They were married at Shoreham, Vt., 16 Feb. 1803; the place and date are given incorrectly 
at No. 3024. 



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II. Willis Warner, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 15 March 1807; married at! 15941 
Orwell, Vt, 2 Dec. 1828, Betsey Beebe, 1 widow of Simeon Spaulding, 

of Orwell. They were living at Sylvan, Mich., in Feb. 1876. 

III. Lucy Warner, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 10 Sept. 1809; married at, 15942 
Shoreham, Vt., 14 March 1833, Amos Warren Davis, a farmer, son of Amos 

and Mary (Farr) Davis, of Crown Point, N. Y. He was born at Chester- 
field, N. H., 24 June 1807 ; died at Sylvan, Mich., 29 Jan. 1862, and was 
buried in the South Cemetery. They settled at Sylvan, 12 Sept. 1833; 
and she was living at Jackson, Mich., in March 1876. 

IV. Dennis Warner, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 17 May 1812; a merchant; 
married at Sylvan, Mich., I Feb. 1835, Harriet Newell Wines, dau. of 
Mahlon and Ann (Morrison) Wines, of Morristown, N. J. She was born 
at Addison, Vt, 28 Jan. 1817; died at Dexter, Mich., 28 Ap. 1847, and 
was buried there. He married (2d), 12 Ap. 1854, at Dexter, Martha Ann 
Murdock, dau. of Samuel and Abigail (Stone) Murdock, of Framingham, 
Mass., where she was born 20 Jan. 1825. He was living at Dexter in 
Feb. 1876. 

V. Anna Warner, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 12 March 1815; married in 
June 1836, at Lima, Mich., Lucius Lester Cooper, a farmer, son of Deacon 
Lester and Sarah (Snow) Cooper, of Shoreham, Vt., where he was born 
25 Feb. 1808. She died without children, 1 1 Dec. 1852, at Lima, and was 
buried there. He was living at Lima in March 1876. 

VI. Jared Warner, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 3 Nov. 1817; a Methodist 
minister; married at Lima, Mich., 3 Nov. 1840, Azubah A. Cage, dau. of 
Horace and Sarah (Trimer) Gage, of Lima. She was born at Benton, 
N. Y., 28 Dec. 1820. They dwelt at Portage, Mich., for six months; at 
Sylvan, Mich., for eighteen years; at Macomb, Mich., for two years; at 
Livingston, Mich., for three years ; at Ingham, Mich., for two years ; at 
Lapeer, Mich., for one year; at Marathon, Mich., for one year; at Clio, 
Mich., for six years; at Kent, Conn., for one year; and, in March 1876, 
had been living for one year and a half at Fleming, in Howell, Mich. 



Chil. of David and Rebecca (Rockwell) Sperry. 
I. David Rockwell Sperry, was living at Batavia, 111., in Jan. 1876. 

1 Her name has been given as Betsey Spaulding, ried Betsey Beebe 14 Sept. 1819, and died at 
dau. of Simeon Spaulding; but it seems certain Orwell 5 July 1825. 
that he had no daughter of that name. He mar- 



Whitney Family. 



8576 II. Lydia Sperry, married 
ville, Wis., in Jan. 1876. 



Staples ; and was living at Briggs- 



Chll. of Ira 1 and Chloe (Rockwell) Spauldlng. 

8577 I. Alonzo Spaulding, b. at Malone, N. Y., 17 March 1808; died at 
Shoreham, Vt, 18 May 1830, and was buried there, in Five Mile Point 
Cemetery. 



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8579 



II. Ira Spaulding, b. at Malone, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1810; a farmer; 
married at Shoreham, Vt, I Jan. 1834, Phebe Eleanor Wines, dau. of 
Mahlon and Ann (Morrison) Wines, of Morristown, N. J. She was born 
in Vermont; died about 1840, at Sylvan, Mich., and was buried there. 
He married (2d), at Sharon, Mich., Luclna Sperry, widow of William Fitch 
Crafts, of Sharon. He died at Grass Lake, Mich., 15 Jan. 1858, and was 
buried in Grass Lake Cemetery. She died at Sharon. 

III. Matilda Spaulding, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 7 Oct. 1815 ; married 
there, in 1831, Truman Turell Lawrence, a farmer, son of Aaron and 

(Clark) Lawrence, of Shoreham. She died without children, 14 



Oct. 1846, at Grass Lake, Mich., and was buried in Grass Lake Cemetery. 
He died at Leoni, Mich. 


8580 IV. Augustus Nott Spaulding, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 6 Aug. 1823 ; 
a farmer; married at Sharon, Mich., 21 Nov. 1844, by Rev. Thomas Jones, 
Congregational, to Luclna Maria Crafts, dau. of William Fitch and Lucina 
(Sperry) Crafts, of Sharon. She was born at Middlebury, Vt, 1 1 May 
1825 ; died at Grass Lake, Mich., 30 Jan. 1855, and was buried in Grass 
Lake Cemetery. He married (2d), 3 1 Aug. 1855, at Grass Lake, Christiana 
Hayes, dau. of Jacob and Catharine (Spaedel) Hayes, of Detroit, Mich., 
where she was born 28 Sept. 1834. He dwelt at Grass Lake for twenty- 
four years, till 12 Feb. 1868 ; and then moved to Hartford, Mich., where 
he was living in Feb. 1876. 

8581 V. Lucina Sophronia Spaulding, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 2 Dec. 
1825; married at Grass Lake, Mich., 18 Nov. 1846, Edward Klnney Crafts, 
a farmer, son of William Fitch and Lucina (Sperry) Crafts, of Sharon, 
Mich. He was born at Middlebury, Vt, 21 May 1823. They dwelt at 
Leoni, Mich., for twenty-three years; and then moved to Hartford, Mich., 
where they were living in March 1 876. 

'In the Spaulding pedigree, in note to No. printed 21 Sept. 1716, should be 21 Sept. 
3026, the date of death of Josiah Spaulding, 1727. 



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8583 



8584 



8585 



8586 



Eighth Generation. 



VI. Warren Spaulding, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 13 Aug. 1828; a farmer; 
married at Grass Lake, Mich., 25 March 1850, Sophia Robinson, dau. of 
Stephen Robinson, of Grass Lake. She was born at Swanton, Vt.,- 25 
May 1830; died at Grass Lake, 5 Ap. 1851, and was buried there. He 
married (2d), 26 Sept. 1851, at Grass Lake, Harriet Ann Drake, dau. of 
Noah and Ann (Nobles) Drake, of Rochester, N. Y., where she was born 
2 Ap. 1835. She died at Jackson, Mich., 5 Ap. 1865, and was buried at 
Grass Lake, in a family cemetery. He married (3d), 25 Aug. 1865, at 
Hartford, Mich., Sarah Ann Easton, dau. of Daniel and Lesbia (Van Wey) 
Easton, of Ypsilanti, Mich. She was born at Sumpter, Mich., 18 Ap. 
1835. He was living at Hartford in March 1876. 



15967 



Chil. of John and Angelina (Sperry) Rockwell. 3027 

I. Sylvester Bird Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 15 Jan. 1813; mar- 15972 
ried at Shoreham, Vt., 29 Jan. 1839, Elizabeth DeLong, dau. of Francis 

and Mehetabel (Preston) DeLong, of Shoreham, where she was born 8 
Jan. 1818. They dwelt at Cornwall till 1856, and then moved to Middle- 
bury, Vt., where they were living in Feb. 1876. A member of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, since 1830, he has served as class-leader, 
exhorter and local preacher. 

II. Simeon Sperry Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 21 Nov. 1815 ; a 15975 
farmer; married at Cornwall, I Jan. 1837, Mary Beulah Hephzibah Jones, 

dau. of Amzi and Hephzibah (Harvey) Jones, of Cornwall, where she was 
born 22 Nov. 1817. She died at Cornwall, 10 March 1869, and was buried 
there. He married (2d), 8 June 1874, at Keeler, Mich., Lucy Maria Head, 
widow of George Monroe Brickell, of Coloma, Mich., and dau. of Alex- 
ander and Lucy (Hurlbut) Head. She was born at Almond, N. Y., 1 1 
Aug. 1837. They were living, in Jan. 1876, on the homestead of his 
grandfather, in Cornwall, which has always been his home. He repre- 
sented the town in the Legislature of Vermont, in 1858 and 1859. 

III. John Sanford Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 7 Jan. 1822 ; died 
at Cornwall, 12 March 1831, and was buried there. 



Child of John and Adeline (Wallace) Rockwell. 

IV. John Wallace Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, i Sept 1845; died 
at Cornwall, 7 June 1863, and was buried there. 



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8588 



8589 



8590 



8592 



8593 



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Chil. of Moses and Rhoda (Spaulding) Rockwell. 

I. Aurelia Rockwell, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 5 March 1813 ; married at 
Gainesville, N. Y., 16 Aug. 1832, David Burrows, a shoemaker and farmer, 
who was born at Crown Point, N. Y., 16 May 1810, son of David and 
Patience (Prey) Burrows, from Rhode Island. She died at Franklinville, 
N. Y., 9 July 1855, and was buried at Cadiz, N. Y. He was living at 
Franklinville in May 1876. 

II. Electa Rockwell, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 8 Oct. 1815; married at 
Gainesville, N. Y., 26 Aug. 1830, by Richard Bristol, Esq., to Preston 
Cargill, a farmer, born 6 Jan. 1810, son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Bovee) 
Cargill. They dwelt at Gainesville till 20 Sept. 1857 ; at Conneaut, Ohio, 
till 5 Dec. 1862 ; and then settled at Sparta, Wis., where they died (she, 3 

! Nov. 1 865 ; he, 23 Feb. 1 866) and were buried. 

III. Harriet Rockwell, b. in Vermont, 23 Nov. 1818; married in 
Pennsylvania, George Washington Young; and died in 1850. 

IV. Reuben Rockwell, b. in Vermont, 14 June 1820; died in Sept. 
1844. 

Chil. of Moses and Hannah (Burroughs) Rockwell. 

V. Patience Burroughs Rockwell, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 1 1 Oct. 
1822; married at New Albion, N.Y., I Jan. 1845, by Eber Davis, Baptist, 
to Lyman Slocum, a farmer, son of William and Elizabeth (Sheldon) Slocum, 
of Edmeston, N. Y., where he was born 6 May 1818. They dwelt at New 
Albion from i March 1845 to Oct. 1849; at Ischua, N. Y., till 1851 ; at 
Franklinville, N. Y., till 1855 ; at Ischua again, till 1867 ; at Eldred, Penn., 
till 1869 ; and then returned to Ischua, where they were living in Ap. 1876. 

VI. Henry Rockwell, b. at Gainesville, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1826; a farmer; 
married at Ischua, N. Y., 25 Ap. 1849, by Esquire Seeva, to Elizabeth 
Adelia Dalaba, dau. of Solomon and Mary (Burroughs) Dalaba, of Angelo, 
Wis. She was born at Gainesville, 27 March 1 829. They dwelt at Frank- 
linville, N. Y., till 1857; at Sparta, Wis., till 1866 ; and then settled at Little 
Falls, Wis., where she died 19 July 1874. She was buried at Sparta. He 
was living at Little Falls in May 1876. 

VII. Rebecca Rockwell, b. at Gainesville, N.Y., 20 July 1828 ; mar- 
| riedat Cadiz, N. Y., 23 Nov. 1851, by William F. Weed, to Ira McCollister, 

a farmer, who was born in the State of New York, 18 Dec. 1823. They 
dwelt at Franklinville, N. Y., till May 1854; at Black River Falls, Wis., 
till Dec. 1855 ; an( J tnen settled at Sparta, Wis., where they were living in 
Ap. 1876. 



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8596 



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8599 



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Eighth Generation. 



VIII. Hannah Rockwell, b. at Gainesville, N. Y., 22 March 1830; 
married in March 1852, at Franklinville, N. Y., Oscar Gilson McClure. 
They settled, in the Autumn of 1853, at Sparta, Wis., and there died (he, 
31 Dec. 1854; she, of typhoid fever, 18 March 1868) and were buried. 

IX. Moses Rockwell, b. at Gainesville, N. Y., 28 Aug. 1831; a 
farmer; married, 4 May 1860, Mary Jeannette Dalaba, dau. of Solomon 
and Mary (Burroughs) Dalaba, of Angelo, Wis. She was born at Plumb, 
Penn., 18 July 1842. He dwelt at Castile, N. Y., from 1849 to 1852 ; then 
settled at Sparta, Wis. ; and moved, a few years after marriage, to Little 
Falls, Wis., where they were living in Ap. 1876. 

X. Laura Rockwell, b. at Pike, N. Y., 2 Nov. 1835 ; died at Frank- 
linville, N. Y., 28 June 1854. 

XI. Eli Frank Rockwell, b. at Franklinville, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1838; a 
farmer; married at Rushford, N. Y., 18 Ap. 1866, by Elder Cherryman, 
Baptist, to Arvilla Hatch, dau. of Charles Church and Anna (Knapp) 
Hatch, of Ischua, N. Y., where she was born 27 June 1845. They dwelt 
at Olean, N. Y., till I Nov. 1868; at Pleasantville, Penn., till 6 May 1872; 
at Perry, Penn., till 24 Dec. 1873; and then settled at Kingsville, Ohio, 
where they were living in May 1876. He enlisted at Sparta, Wis., 16 
March 1862, in Co. I, 6th Reg., Wis. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged at 
"Convalescent Camp," Virginia, for disability, 10 Feb. 1863. He enlisted 
at Ischua, N. Y., 19 Feb. 1864, in Co. D, I3th Reg., N. Y. Heavy Artillery; 
and was discharged at Washington, D. C, 24 Aug. 1865. 



Chil. of Eli and Charlotte (Ford) Rockwell. 

I. John Rockwell, was living at Waterloo, Mich., in Jan. 1876. 
Another account gives his residence as Lyndon, Mich. 



II. Matilda Rockwell, married 
Lyndon, Mich., in March 1876. 



Avery ; and was living at 



Chil. of David Warren and Abi (Rockwell) Spaulding. 

I. Mariette Spaulding, b. at Orwell, Vt, 17 March 1824; married 
at Sylvan, Mich., 27 Ap. 1844, Storrs Crafts, son of William Fitch and 
Lucinda (Sperry) Crafts, of Sharon, Mich. They settled at Sharon; where 
she died, 5 June 1848, and was buried. 



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IV. Lucy Rebecca Spaulding, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 7 May 1830; 
married at Chelsea, Mich., 25 Dec. 1856, by Rev. Hiram Elmer, Congre- 
gational, to Luman Shepard, a farmer, son of John and Nancy (Leonard) 
Shepard, of Skaneatcles, N. Y., where he was born 17 June 1819. They 
dwelt at Chelsea till 16 March 1873; and then settled at Olivet, Mich., 
where they were living in Oct. 1877. 

V. Emily Marie Spaulding, b. at Dexter, Mich., 19 Dec. 1832; 
married in May 1856, at Sylvan, Mich., Orrin T. Parker, of Lima, Mich. 
They were living at Dexter in Oct. 1877. 

VI. Dennis Almeron Spaulding, b. at Dexter, Mich., 14 May 
1835; married at Grass Lake, Mich., 16 Feb. 1860, by Rev. E. W. Boyden, 
Congregational, to Elizabeth Updike, dau. of Samuel and Christiana (Smith) 
Updike. They settled at Sylvan, Mich., and were living there in Ap. 
1876. 



8608 j III. Mary Ann Rockwell, b. in Vermont, 9 May 1807; married, 30 
Nov. 1828, Oliver Elliott, a farmer, of Charleston, Penn., who was born at 



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II. Eli Spaulding, b. at Orwell, Vt., 15 Feb. 1826; married at Ann 16010 
Arbor, Mich., I Nov. 1854, Isabella Spencer, of the same place. He died 

at Lima, Mich., 26 Sept. 1855, and was buried at Sylvan, Mich. 

III. Semantha Ann Spaulding, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 18 May 1828; 
married at Sylvan, Mich., 12 Jan. 1848, Erastus Allen, of Dexter, Mich. 
She died at Dexter, 6 Dec. 1 848, and was buried there. 



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16014 



Chil. of Silas and Berthena (Andrews) Rockwell. 3032 

. I. Jeremiah Rockwell, b. at Rutland, Vt., 20 Feb. 1802; a tanner, 16021 
currier, and shoemaker; married at Howard, Penn., 19 Ap. 1826, by 
Joseph Montgomery, Esq., to Susanna Bltner, dau of John and Susanna 
(Nesselrode) Bitner, of Howard, where she was born 28 Oct. 1806. They 
settled at Canton, Penn., where he died, 27 Dec. 1856, and was buried in 
the old cemetery. She was living at Canton in June 1876. 

__ II. Julia Ann Rockwell, b. in Vermont, u June 1804; married at 16033 
Charleston, Penn., 4 Jan. 1824, as his second wife, Roswell Bailey, a 
farmer, son of Roswell Bailey, of Rutland, Penn., formerly of Massachu- 
setts, where he was born 25 Dec. 1782. They settled at Charleston, where 
she died 3 March 1850. He died 24 Oct. 1840, at Rutland, and was 
buried at Charleston. His first wife was Lucinda Clark. She married 
(2d) Oliver Elliott, whose first wife was her sister, Mary Ann Rockwell. 



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Portland, Maine, 13 May 1805. She died at Richmond, Penn., 2 Feb. 
1847. H C married (2d) her sister, Julia Ann Rockwell, widow of Roswell 
Bailey ; and married (3d) Maria Harkness. 

IV. Norman Rockwell, b. at Richmond, Vt., 29 May 1809; a shoe- 
maker; married at Charleston, Penn., 17 Feb. 1831, by Lucius Barlow, to 
Sophia Western Elliott, dau. of Levi and Amy (Gillett) Elliott, of Charles- 
ton. She was born at Covington, Penn. They settled at Covington, and 
were living there in June 1876. 

V. Adoniram Rockwell, b. probably at Orwell, Vt, 19 Jan. 1812; j 16049 
a millwright; married Hannah Watkins; and died 5 May 1852. 

VI. Harriet Andrus Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 21 Sept. 1814; 
married at Charleston, Penn., 2 Oct. 1832, by Lucius Barlow, Esq., to 
Selden Ely, a carpenter and joiner, son of Calvin and Nancy (Ely) Ely, 
of Charleston, and g. son of Gabriel Ely. He was born at Charlestown, 
N. H., 22 Sept. 1810. They settled at Charleston; where he died, 2 June 
1853, and was buried in the Wheeler cemetery. He held the office of 
postmaster for many years. She was married (2d), 15 May 1864, at Charles- 
ton, by Rev. Calvin Newell, to Tilley Marvin, a farmer, who died 25 May 
1 864, and was buried at Covington, Penn. She was his fourth wife, and 
he had twenty-one children. She was married (3d), 6 Oct. 1864, at her 
home in Charleston, by Squire Brewster, of Wellsborough, Penn., to John 
Marvin, brother to her second husband, a carpenter and joiner, who was 
born 2 Feb. 1783, died 2 July 1866, at Covington, and was buried there, 
having been justice of the peace for many years. He was a soldier in the 
war of 1812. She was married (4th), 6 June 1872, at East Charleston, 
Penn., by Rev. G. S. Transue, Methodist Episcopal, to Seth Clark, a car- 
penter and joiner, who was born in Vermont, 9 Aug. 1799. They dwelt 
at Round Top, Penn.; where he died, 3 May 1873, and was buried. She 
was living there in July 1876, on his homestead. 



Chil. of Jeremiah and Anna (Coburn) Rockwell. 

I. Alexander Coburn Rockwell, b. at Jericho, Vt, 14 Nov. 1803 ; 
a farmer and hotel-keeper; married at Salt Creek, Ohio, 30 Sept. 1823, by 
Jacob Nixon, justice of the peace, to Catharine Miller, dau. of Jacob and 
Eve (Bair) Miller, of Salt Creek, formerly of Frederick County, near Mid- 
dletown, Md., where she was born 9 Feb. 1803. They dwelt at Prairie, 
Ohio, for three years ; at Salt Creek for one year ; at Paint, Ohio, fourteen 
years ; at Middletown, Ohio, four years ; at Berlin, Ohio, one year ; at 
Massillon, Ohio, six years; at Morgan, near Lancaster, Ind., twelve years; 



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and then settled at Cloverdale, Ind., where they were living in Aug. 1876. 
In Aug. 1877, he was living with his dau., Mrs. Allen, at Terre Haute, Ind. 

II. Parish Villars Rockwell, b. at Jericho, Vt, 30 July 1806; a 
miller; married at Paint, Ohio, 28 June 1832, by Rev. Archibald Hanna, 
pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Fredericksburgh, Ohio, to Ann Eliza 
Foreman, dau. of Daniel and Elizabeth (Welch) Foreman, of Paint. She 
was born at Washington, Penn., 15 Ap. 1812. They have lived at Paint; 
at Mount Eaton, Ohio; at Fredericksburgh; at Millersburgh, Ohio; at 
Ashland, Ohio; and were dwelling, in Aug. 1876, at Findlay, Ohio, where 
he was one of the proprietors of the Eagle Flouring Mill, and a member 
of the Presbyterian Church. 

III. Milo Saxton Rockwell, b. at Leicester, Vt, 6 Aug. 1808; a 
farmer; married at Franklin, Ohio, 2 Nov. 1837, by R CV - Archibald 
Hanna, Presbyterian, to Harriet Worley, dau. of Daniel and Elizabeth 
(Brown) Worley, of Franklin. She was born in Penn., 14 Nov. 1814; 
died at Bridgewater, Ohio, 19 Feb. 1857, and was buried in the Union 
Cemetery, at Eagle Creek, Ohio. He was married (2d), 17 Dec. 1857, at 
Bridgewater, by Rev. Luke Dorland, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of 
Franklin, to Julia Ann Blood, widow of James McKelvey, of Ravenna, 
Ohio, and dau. of Daniel and Polly (Eddy) Blood, of Richfield, Ohio, 
where she was born 12 July 1825. He dwelt at Franklin for six years; at 
Bridgewater for twenty-three years ; at Harrison, Ohio, five years ; and 
then settled at Findlay, Ohio, where, after six years, he was still living in 
Aug. 1876. 

IV. Jeremiah Earl Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt., 29 Sept. 1810; 
died at Prairie, Ohio, 5 Aug. 1821, and was buried at Fredericksburgh, 
Ohio. 

V. Charles Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 16 Oct. 1812; a farmer; 
married at Berlin, Ohio, 12 Nov. 1835, by Rev. Archibald Hanna, Presby- 
terian, to Mary Ann Marquis, dau. of James and Catharine (Van Nostrand) 
Marquis, of Berlin, Ohio, formerly of Cross Creek Village, Penn., where 
she was born 3 Jan. 1816. She died at Zanesfield, Ohio, 10 Aug. 1867. 
He was married (2d), 24 July 1870, at Spencer, Ind., by Rev. L. R. Booth, 
Presbyterian, to Elizabeth Rlley, widow of Dr. N. S. Altman, and eldest 
dau. of James and Eliza (Chandler) Riley, of Felicity, Ohio, where she 
was born 19 Jan. 1832. He dwelt at Berlin from 1836 till Nov. 1849; at 
Millersburgh, Ohio, till 1852; at Paint, Ohio, on his father's farm, till 1866; 
at Zanesfield, Ohio, till 17 Sept. 1874; at Spencer, till 4 Ap. 1876; and 
then settled at Cambridge City, Ind., where he was living in July 1876. 
He has been sheriff, justice of the peace, and postmaster, besides filling 
nearly every township office. 



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8619 



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VI. James Monroe Rockwell, b. at Newport, R. I., 16 Ap. 1817; 
a farmer and mason; married at Salt Creek, Ohio, 19 Nov. 1839, by Rev. 
Archibald Hanna, Presbyterian, to Matilda Worley, dau. of Daniel and 
Elizabeth (Brown) Worley, of Salt Creek, where she was born 22 June 
1817. She died at Bloomfield, Ind., 10 Jan. 1846, and was buried in the 
same town, at Pretty Prairie. He married (2d), 4 March 1848, at Middle- 
bury, Ind., Ann Eliza Williamson, dau. of Samuel and Lovisa (Doolittle) 
Williamson, of Bloomingdale, Wis. She was born at Page Brook, in 
Chenango, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1823. He dwelt in Indiana for six years; in 
Waukesha Co., Wis., one and a half years; at Sun Prairie, Wis., twenty 
years; and then settled, in 1873, at Union Centre, Wis., where he was 
living in Aug. 1876. 

VII. Albert Martin Rockwell, b. at Prairie, Ohio, 21 July 1822; 
died on the overland route to California, 14 July 1852, and was buried by 
his comrades, at the wayside, in the Green River country. A tombstone 
to his memory stands near those of his parents, in Berlin Cemetery, Ohio. 



Chil. of Chester and Laura (Parkhlll) Rockwell. 

I. Mary Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 8 Nov. 1813; died at 
Parishville, 22 July 1827, and was buried there. 

II. Lorinda Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 18 Nov. 1814; married 
there, 22 Feb. 1836, by Rev. Asa Brainerd, pastor of the Congregational 
Church at Potsdam, N. Y., to Ebenezer Sheldon Hulburd, a merchant, son 
of Ebenezer and Lucy (Tilden) Hulburd, of Stockholm, N. Y., where he 
was born 19 May 1812. They dwelt at Stockholm till 1842; at Brasher 
Falls, N. Y., till 1854; and settled, in Ap. 1870, at Duluth, Minn., where 
they were living in March 1 876. 

III. Martha Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1817; and 
died there, 18 March 1817. 

IV. Silas Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 9 March 1819; married | 16095 
in Feb. 1852, at Shoreham, Vt, Cornelia Booth; and died 10 May 1862. 

She married (2d), James Young, and was living at Council Bluffs, Iowa, in 
March 1876. 

V. Laura Maria Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 19 March 1822 ; 16097 
married there, 20 May 1846, Noah Dickinson Lawrence, a physician, son 

of Ruel and Lucy (French) Lawrence, of Hopkinton, N. Y., where he 
was born 13 Dec. 1822. They dwelt in St. Lawrence County till 1868; 



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8625 



8626 



8627 



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8629 



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and then settled at Council Bluffs, Iowa, where they were living in March 
1876. He has been mayor of Council Bluffs. 

VI. Chloe Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1825 ; and died 
there, 22 Sept. 1846. 



Chil. of Daniel and Clarinda (Ward) Rockwell. 

I. Fidelia Pearce Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 29 Sept. 1809; 
married in the Congregational Church at Morristown, Vt., 17 Aug. 1828, 
by the pastor, her father, to Luther Stiilman Bingham, a dealer in books 
and stationery, son of Luther and Mary (Cummings) Bingham, of Morris- 
town, where he was born 13 Ap. 1807. They dwelt at Morristown till 
1843 ; at Stowe, Vt, till 1849; at New York City, till 1856; and then set- 
tled at Sparta, Wis., where they were living in June 1876. 

II. Sarah Stearns Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 9 March 1814; 
married at Morristown, Vt, 4 March 1831, by her father, to Abel Fisk 
Jones, a farmer, son of John and Lois (Sanger) Jones, of Rochester, Vt., 
where he was born 19 Aug. 1801. They dwelt at Morristown till June 
1837; at Elk Grove, 111., till the Autumn of 1853 ; and then moved to 
Chicago, 111., where she died 8 Sept. 1857, at 89 South Peoria Street. She 
was buried near her old residence at Elk Grove. He was living at Lyons, 
Iowa, in July 1876. 

III. Alsina Jane Rockwell, b. at Hopkinton, N. Y., 7 Aug. 1816; 
married at Williamstown, Vt, 24 March 1835, Isaac Walker Jones, a 
farmer, son of John and Lois (Sanger) Jones, of Rochester, Vt, where he 
was born 2 July 1806. She died at South Bend, Ind., 8 May 1874, and 
was buried there. He was living at Hampton, Minn., in June 1876. 

IV. Clarinda Ward Rockwell, b. at Hopkinton, N. Y., 7 June 1818; 
married at Freedom, Ohio, 10 Jan. 1837, Corydon Ozias Arnold, a farmer, 
of Freedom. They dwelt at Freedom till 1847; at Meadville, Penn., till 
1850; at Ravenna, Ohio, till 1853; and then settled at Wellsville, Ohio, 
where they were living in June 1876. 

V. Harriet Emetine Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 17 Sept. 1820; 
j married at Elk Grove, 111., 4 July 1842, by her father, to Jonathan Clark 

Could, a farmer, born near Boston, Mass., in 1814, son of Daniel and Sarah 
Gould. He died in Aug. 1847, at Elk Grove, and was buried there. She 
married (2d), in 1848, at Morris, 111., Daniel Wilson, a farmer, born at 
Bolton, Vt, 19 Feb. 1808, son of James and Lydia (Percy) Wilson. They 

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863 1 



8632 



8633 



8634 



8635 



Eighth Generation. 



dwelt at Elk Grove till 1857; near Hastings, Minn., till 1870; at Hastings 
till 1873; and then settled at Harrison, Minn., where they were living in 
June 1876. 

VI. Loyal Mason Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 27 Nov. 1823; 
married in 1849, at Morris, 111., and settled there. He died at Chicago, 111., 
6 Sept. 1851 ; his widow, whose name has not been reported, has married 
again. 

VII. Lucy Hortensia Rockwell, b. at Morristown, Vt., 2 July 1826; j 16125 
married at Chicago, 111., Horace Skinner Miner, a journalist, son of Andrew 
Baldwin and Mary (Skinner) Miner, of Waitsfield, Vt., where he was born 

15 June 1820. He died of consumption, 6 July 1849, at Elk Grove, 111., 
and was buried there. She married (2d), 12 Sept. 1850, at Chicago, 
Archibald Ridell, a book-keeper, son of David and Agnes (Faulds) Ridell, 
of Paisley, Scotland, where he was born 23 Dec. 1823. They have lived 
at Chicago; Beloit, Wis.; Grand Rapids, Mich.; and were dwelling at Oak 
Park, 111., near Chicago, in June 1876. 

VIII. Mary Loraine Rockwell, b. at Salisbury, Vt, 2 Jan. 1832; 
married at Elk Grove, 111., 26 May 1847, Jacob Thompson Buckley, a 

' physician, afterward a hardware-merchant. He was born at Penn Yan, 
N. Y., 21 July 1821, son of Robert and Frances (Thompson) Buckley, who 
afterward removed to Milo, N. Y. They dwelt at Beloit, Wis., till i Oct. 
1854; then moved to Dubuque, Iowa; and, later, to Oberlin, Ohio, where 
she died 1 8 Dec. 1 869. She was buried at Dubuque. He was living at 
Springfield, 111., in June 1876. He grad. at Yale Medical School, 25 Feb. 
1846. 



Chil. of Seth and Nancy (Rockwell) Putnam. 

I. Cynthia Maria Putnam, b. at Hopkinton, N. Y., 4 Feb. 1814; 
married there, 2 Nov. 1838, Parker W. Rose; and settled at Parishville, 
N. Y., where she died in Feb. 1852. He was living there in May 1876. 
He was a member of the Assembly of New York in 1852 and 1853. 

II. Lewis Holden Putnam, b. at Hopkinton, N. Y., 14 May 1815 ; 
died unmarried, 25 Aug. 1840, at his father's house in Hopkinton. 

III. Seth Rockwell Putnam, b. at Hopkinton, N. Y., 2 Marchi8i7; 16135 
a farmer; married at Hopkinton, 20 March 1843, Martha Jane Barber, 

dau. of James and Rebecca (Brown) Barber, of Parishville, N. Y. She 
was born at Benson, Vt, 17 May 1822. They settled at Hopkinton. He 



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8638 



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8640 
8641 
8642 



died on a voyage from Panama to San Francisco, Cal., 25 May 1850, and 
was buried at sea. She married (2d) Elihu Smith, and was living at 
Ithaca, Mich., in May 1876. 

IV. Mary Philena Putnam, b. at Hopkinton, N.Y., 2 May 1821; 
married there, in Dec. 1845, Lucius Nichols, a minister of the Baptist 
Church ; and died at Antwerp, N. Y., 27 Aug. 1846. 

V. Lucinda Catharine Putnam, b. at Hopkinton, N. Y., 14 Jan. 
1824; married at Parishville, N. Y., 17 June 1847, by Rev. O. W. Morley, 
Baptist, to David Milton Holden, a farmer; and settled at Fort Covington, 
N.Y., where he died 17 Oct. 1852. She was married (2d), 3 Jan. 1861, at 
Fort Covington, by Rev. J. N. Webb, Baptist, to Sidney Briggs. They 
dwelt at Fort Covington till 1863; at Massena, N. Y., till 1868; at Corn- 
wall, Canada, till 1873; and then settled at Hopkinton, where they were 
living in Ap. 1876. 

VI. Amelia Ruth Putnam, b. at Hopkinton, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1828; 
married there, 15 Oct. 1856, Horace Hooker Clark, a farmer, son of Stephen 
and Elizabeth (Aubrey) Clark, of Dundee, Canada, where he was born 
22 July 1831. They dwelt at Dundee till 1863; and removed, the next 
year, to Metamora, Mich., where they were living in May 1876. 

VII. Israel Augustus Putnam, b. at Hopkinton, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1831 ; 
married there, in 1853, Jane R. Corwln ; and died, without children, 25 
Oct. 1874, at Ithaca, Mich., while visiting his friends in that place. He 
was buried at Hopkinton. She married (2d) H. H. Waite, pastor of the 
Presbyterian Church of Hopkinton ; and was living there in May 1 876. 



Chil. of William and Lucy (Rockwell) Westgate. 

I. Joseph Westgate, is dead. 

II. William Westgate, lived in Wisconsin in 1874. 

Allen ; and lived in Wisconsin 



III. Lydia Westgate, married 
in 1874. 



8643 IV. Lucy Westgate, married - 
in 1874. 

8644 V. Mary Westgate, married 



Could ; and lived in Wisconsin 



Meade. Her residence has 



been reported in Wisconsin, at Arlington Heights, 111., and at Dunton, 



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8646 



8647 



8648 



8649 



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8651 



Eighth Generation. 



Cook Co., 111. The last is not found in the list of post-offices, and Dolton's 
Station, 111., may have been meant. 



Child of Reuben and Emeline (Sawyer) Rockwell. 

I. Eveline Berenger Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 18 Oct. 1832; 
married at Lyons, Wis., 16 Ap. 1851, Hilton W. Boyce, of Geneva, Wis., a 
physician; and settled at Geneva Lake, where he died 5 Dec. 1875. She 
was living there in March 1 876, without children. 

Chil. of Reuben and Mary Clarissa (Baker) Rockwell. 

II. Reuben Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, i Dec. 1837 ! died 9 Dec. 
1837, an d was buried at Cornwall. 

III. Francis Maliba Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 5 Dec. 1838; 
married at Delavan, Wis., 5 Dec. 1865, Helen Kendrlck, dau. of P. D. and 
Esther (Gilbert) Kendrick, of Delavan. They were living at Chicago, 111., 
in March 1876. He served in the war of 1 86 1, in the 26th Reg. of Wis. 
Volunteers. 

IV. Aldis Lovell Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 18 Nov. 1840; a 
lawyer, grad. at the Albany Law School ; was professor in the Law School 
at Chicago, 111., before 1871 ; and lived in that city, at 80 La Salle Street, 
unmarried, in March 1876. He served in the war of 1861. 

V. Harwin Orson Rockwell, b. at Lyons, Wis., 27 June 1849; g ra d. 
at Middlebury College, Vt ; and was living at Geneva Lake, Wis., in 
March 1876. 



Child of Orson and Lucy Balch (Fletcher) Rockwell. 

I. Henrietta Elizabeth Rockwell, b. at Boston, Mass., 2 Sept 1838; 
married at Mobile, Ala., 10 Ap. 1872, Bloomer Hart Austin, of Atlanta, 
Ga., born at Apalachicola, Fla., 31 Jan. 1847, son f Charles Hopkins and 
Annice Eliza (Baltzell) Austin. They settled at Atlanta, and were living 
there in Aug. 1875. 



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3044 
16144 



Chil. of Cyrus Sylvester and Mary Ann Elizabeth (Baker) Rockwell. 3045 

I. Louisa Roby Rockwell, b. at East Dickinson, N. Y., 24 June 1872. 



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8654 

8655 



8656 



86 57 



8658 



8659 



8652 II. Baker Chester Rockwell, b. at East Dickinson, N. Y., i Aug. 
1874. 



Chil. of William Harrison and Abilene Elizabeth Victoria (Rockwell) 

Blanchard. 

I. Harriet Luseba Blanchard, b. at West Bangor, N. Y., 18 Oct. 

i860. 

II. Alice Abilene Blanchard, b. at West Bangor, N. Y., 27 Ap. 
1869; was drowned at West Bangor, 9 June 1871, and was buried there. 

III. Wallace Jerome Blanchard, b. at West Bangor, N. Y., 7 Ap. 
1872. 



Chil. of Samuel and Phebe (Rockwell) Brown. 

I. Pamelia Brown, b. at Addison, Vt, 16 Sept. 1797; married there, 
5 Aug. 1828, David A. Crane, of Bridport, Vt. They settled at Bridport, 
and there died (she, 2 Oct. 1856) and were buried. 

II. Daniel Rockwell Brown, b. at Jericho, Vt., 29 Dec. 1798; mar- 
ried, 7 Dec. 1820, Phebe Lewis; and settled at Canton, N. Y., where he 
died, 3 March 1 840, and was buried. His widow and children moved to 
Wisconsin. She was living at Berlin, Wis., in March 1876. 

III. Philemon Kirkham Brown, b. at Addison, Vt, 11 Oct. 1801; 
a farmer; married at Panton, Vt, 22 Oct. 1826, Udllla Reynolds, dau. of 
John and Rachel (Hinckley) Reynolds, of Panton, where she was born 
9 Sept. 1806. She died at Addison, 4 Feb. 1835. He married (2d), 
27 Dec. 1835, at Hinesburgh, Vt, Mary Ann Love, widow of David Lyon, 
of Shelburne, Vt, and dau. of George Washington and Lucy (Place) 
Love, of Hinesburgh, where she was born i Sept. 1807. He dwelt for 
three years at Vergennes, Vt, and for forty years at Potsdam, N. Y., 
where he was still living in March 1 876. 

IV. Isaac Smith Brown, b. at Addison, Vt, 29 Ap. 1803; a car- 
penter and joiner; married at Addison, 10 Nov. 1825, by Rev. Increase 
Graves, Congregational, to Annie Amanda Lewis, dau. of Daniel and Anna 
(Stickles) Lewis, of Rockaway, N. J., where she was born 19 Jan. 1805. 
They dwelt at Addison till i Oct. 1835; at Potsdam, N.Y., till 18 July 1850; 
and then moved to Oshkosh, Wis., where they were living in May 1876. 



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866o V. James Brown, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 2 March 1805; a farmer; 

married at Bridport, Vt, 25 Dec. 1828, Ursula Flanagan, dau. of John and 
Martha (Towner) Flanagan, of Vergennes, Vt., where she was born 13 July 
1805. They dwelt at Addison, Vt, till 19 March 1836; at Potsdam, 
N. Y., till i Aug. 1868 ; and then settled at Ithaca, N. Y., where they were 
living in March 1876. 

VI. Jason Burkley Brown, b. at Cornwall, Vt, i March 1807; a 16162 
farmer; married in 1832, at Cornwall, Lois Thompson Scovel, dau. of 
Daniel Scovel, of Cornwall, where she was born. She died before Feb. 
1856, at Addison, Vt, and was buried there. He married (2d), at Brid- 
port, Vt, Sarah L. Barbour, dau. of Willard and Luzetta Barbour, of 
Bridport, where she was born. They were living, in March 1876, at 
Addison, on the same farm which had been his home since his father first 

settled on it, in 1 8 1 1 . 

. 

8662 VII. Lucy Brown, b. at Cornwall, Vt, u May 1809; married at 
Addison, Vt., 17 March 1830, by Rev. Alexander Lovell, Congregational, 
to Addison Ely Colton, a farmer, son of Dea. Walter and Thankful (Cobb) 
Colton, 1 of Georgia, Vt., where he was born 2 Ap. 1803. They dwelt at 
Vergennes, Vt, till 1836; and then settled in China (Arcade Village), 
N. Y., where they were living in March 1876. 

8663 VIII. Silas Bennet Brown, b. at Addison, Vt, 25 Feb. 1811; died 
there, 8 Oct. 1813, and was buried at Cornwall, Vt. 

8664 IX. Mercy Brown, b. at Addison, Vt, 25 March 1813; married 16169 
there, IO Feb. 1833, by Elder Carpenter, Baptist, to Ahira Scovel, a tanner, 
currier and shoemaker, son of Ezra and Tryphena (Turrill) Scovel, of 
Cornwall, Vt, where he was born 16 Feb. 1808. They dwelt at Bridport, 

1 ANCESTRY OF ADDISON ELY COLTON AND JOHN COBB COLTON. 

GEORGE COLTON, at Springfield, 1644; came from Sutton Coldfield, Warwick- DEBORAH GARDINER, of Hartford; 
shire, Eng., 8 miles from Birmingham; d. 17 Dec. 1699. 



d. 5 Sept 16 



Capt. THOMAS COLTON, b. n May 1651 ; m. n Sept 1677, = HANNAH BLISS, dau. of Lawrence and Lydia (Wright) 
Sarah Griswold; m. (ad) 17 Dec. 1691 ; d. Sept. 1728. I Bliss, second wife; b. 26 May 1665. 



WILLIAM COLTON, b. 7 Jan. 1694; m. 24^= MARY MERRICK, of Springfield, dau. of Capt. John and Mary Merrick; 
Jan. 1717; d. 4 Dec. 1770 I d. 5 June 1767, aged 73. 



Dea. AARON COLTON, b. 13 June 1718 ; m. 27 Nov. 1746; d. 28 = MARY ELY, dau. of Jonathan and Mary Ely ; d. 
June 1778, at Longmeadow, Mass. 21 Nov. 1797, aged 78 years. 



Dea. WALTER COLTON, b. 25 Aug. 1764, at nzr THANKFUL COBB, dau. of Lieut. Cobb, of Bennington, who fell, it is 
Longmeadow, Mass. I said, by the side of Gen. Montgomery, at Quebec, 31 Dec. 1775. 



ADDISON ELY COLTON, = LUCY BROWN, No. 8662. JOHN COBB COLTON, =: LUCRETIA BROWN, No. 8665. 



Whitney Family. 



Vt, till I June 1835 ; and then settled at Vergennes, Vt, where they were 
living in March 1876. 

X. Lucretia Brown, b. at Addison, Vt., 6 June 1816; married there, 
16 Feb. 1836, by Rev. Dana Lamb, of Bridport, Vt, Congregational, to 
John Cobb Coiton, 1 a farmer and woollen-manufacturer, son of Dea. Walter 
and Thankful (Cobb) Coiton, of Georgia, Vt, where he was born 24 July 
1807. They dwelt at Arcade, N. Y., till 1852 ; at Hinsdale, Vt, till 1855 ; 
and then returned to Arcade, where he died 7 Sept. 1874, and was buried 
in Arcade Rural Cemetery. 

8666 XI. Jared Rodney Brown, b. at Addison, Vt, 7 May 1818; mar- 
ried in 1843, at Potsdam, N. Y., Sarah Jewett ; and settled at Potsdam, 
where he was living in March 1876. He refused to communicate any 
information concerning himself or his family. 



Chil. of Jonathan and Abigail (Rockwell) Wright. 

I. Benjamin Wright, b. at Cornwall, Vt. ; went with his parents to 
Burlington, Ohio, before 1840. 

II. Bouton Wright, b. at Cornwall, Vt; married Monima Eastman ; 

settled at Burlington, Ohio, where he was living in 1840, and for some 
years later. 

III. Wait Wright, b. at Cornwall, Vt. ; and settled at Burlington, Ohio. 

IV. Phebe Wright, b. at Cornwall, Vt. ; moved with her parents to 
Burlington, Ohio. 

V. Mercy Wright, b. at Cornwall, Vt. ; moved with her parents to 
Burlington, Ohio. 

VI. Jane Wright, b. at Cornwall, Vt. ; and died there. 



Chil. of Eli and Hannah (Rockwell) Parsons. 

I. Allen Silas Parsons, b. at Columbia, Penn., 29 Sept 1810; a 
farmer; married at Springfield, Penn., 8 Jan. 1834, by Burton Strait, Esq., 

1 See the preceding note. 



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8674* 

8675 

8676 



86 7 7 



8678 



8679 



Eighth Generation. 



to Eliza Harkness, dau. of William and Esther (Bridge) Harkness, of 
Springfield, where she was born 18 Feb. 1810. She died at Columbia, 17 
Nov. 1 844. and was buried there, in a family cemetery. He was married 
(2d), 24 Dec. 1845, m Bridge Street, Towanda, Penn., by Elder Fuller, 
Baptist, to Mandana Taylor, born at Choconut, Penn., 30 Sept. 1813, dau. 
of Jesse and Sarah (Thayer) Taylor. They were living at Columbia in 
July 1877, on the same farm on which he was born. 

II. Almira Parsons, b. at Columbia, Penn., I March 1812; married 16182 
there, at her father's house, 12 March 1838, by Rev. Silas E. Shepard, to ! 
Joseph Lorenzo Jones, a farmer, son of Joseph and Amanda (Ferris) Jones. 

He was born in St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., i Ap. 1817. They dwelt at Wolf 

Hill, in Columbia, for three years; at Springfield, Penn., about seven 

years ; and then settled at Smithfield, Penn., where they were living in 
Aug. 1877. 

III. Calvin Parsons, b. at Columbia, Penn., i Feb. 1813 ; died there, 
1 6 Feb. 1815, and was buried at Troy, Penn. 

IV. Luther Parsons, b. at Columbia, Penn., i Jan. 1815 ; died there, 
20 Ap. 1816, and was buried at Troy, Penn. 

V. Olive Parsons, b. at Columbia, Penn., 12 June 1816; married 16186 
there, 19 March 1845, by Rev. Silas E. Shepard, to William Henry Pierce, 

a carpenter and joiner, son of Joseph and Sibyl (Burt) Pierce, of Bristol, 
R. I., where he was born 24 June 1819. They dwelt at Troy, Penn., from 
i May 1845 till i Ap. 1846; at Springfield, Penn., till i Ap. 1851; and 
then settled at Smithfield, Penn., where she died 12 July 1858. She was 
buried at Columbia, on the farm where she was born. He was living at 
Smithfield in July 1877. 

VI. Cynthia Parsons, b. at Columbia, Penn., 26 Dec. 1818; married 16192 
there, in 1848, Henry C. Kelley, a lawyer, of Towanda, Penn.; and settled at 
Chicago, 111., where she died, 17 Nov. 1858, and was buried. 

VII. Minerva Parsons, b. at Columbia, Penn., 3 March 1821 ; married 16196 
there, 7 Oct. 1841, Thomas Jefferson Strait, a millwright and machinist, 

born at Columbia, 14 July 1821. They dwelt at Troy, Penn., till 1853 ; at 
Canton, Penn., till 1858; and then settled at Williamsport, Penn., where 
they were living in Aug. 1877. 

VIII. Emeline Hannah Parsons, b. at Columbia, Penn., 10 Jan. 16198 
1829; married there William Sherman, of Springfield, Penn.; and died in 

Jan. 1854, at Columbia, where also she was buried. He was living at 
Richmond, Penn., in July 1877. 



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8681 



868- 



8683 



8684 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Ellas Lasoll and Mary (Crantler) Rockwell. 

I. Elisha Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 28 June 1812; a farmer; 
married at Tioga, Penn., 27 Oct. 1836, Fanny Clarissa Pratt, dau. of 
Ebenezer and Fanny (Powers) Pratt, of Canton, where she was born 16 
Feb. 1817. They settled at Canton, and were living there in June 1876 ; 
members of the Disciples' Church. 

II. William Harrison Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 24 Feb. 1814; 
a farmer; married at Armenia, Penn., 19 Nov. 1835, Sarah Caspar, dau. 
of Peter and Anna (Britton) Caspar, of Armenia. She was born at Muncy, 
Penn., 14 March 1815. They dwelt at Armenia till 1837; then in Ohio, 
ten miles below Steubenville ; afterward near Wellsburgh, Va., for eight 
years; and then returned to Canton, where he died I Sept. 1859, and was 
buried. She married (2d) John Jay Green, and was living at Armenia in 
June 1876. 

III. Jacob Crantier Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 12 Feb. 1817; 
a miller and farmer; married at Canton, 10 May 1838, Martha Caspar, 
dau. of Peter and Anna (Britton) Caspar, of Canton. She was born at 
Muncy, Penn., 15 Sept. 1816; died at Canton, 22 Sept. 1839, and was 
buried there, in Alba Cemetery. He married (2d), 5 Sept. 1842, at 
Armenia, Penn., Matilda Jane Mason, dau. of Robert and Nancy Jane 
(Martin) Mason, of Armenia. She was born at Delhi, N. Y., 26 May 
1823. They settled at Canton, and were living there in June 1876. He 
has been a justice of the peace, and, for thirty years, a deacon of the 
Disciples' Church at Canton. 

IV. Adoniram Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 13 May 1821; a 
farmer and miller; married in June 1842, at Canton, Eliza Pratt, dau. of 
Asa and Celia (Leonard) Pratt, of Canton, where she was born 8 Ap. 1821. 
They dwelt at Canton till the Autumn of 1872; and then settled at Union, 
Penn. 



Chil. of Samuel and Betsey (Crantier) Rockwell. 

I. Sophia Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 22 Feb. 1813; married, 14 
Dec. 1835, John Chester Rose, a merchant, who was born 22 Jan. 1801, 
died 13 March 1843, and was buried in the old cemetery at Canton. She 
married (2d) Seth K. Porter, a farmer, who was living at Granville, Penn., 
in June 1876. She died 3 June 1845, a d was buried near her first 
husband. 

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8690 



8691 



Eighth Generation. 

II. Hannah Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 23 Ap. 1814; married 16224 
there, 30 Aug. 1834, Joel Wood, a farmer, who was born at Smithfield, 
Penn., 10 Dec. 1810. They dwelt at Canton till 10 Sept. 1846; and then 
moved to Palatine, 111., where she died 23 Ap. 1857. He removed, 4 Ap. 
1870,- to Emporia, Kansas, and was living there in June 1876. 

III. Diana Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 13 Oct. 1818; married at 16233 
Troy, Penn., 23 Jan. 1840, Harvey Holcomb, a farmer, son of Hugh and 
Prudence (Bailey) Holcomb, of LeRoy, Penn., where he was born 29 May 

1816. They settled at LeRoy, and were living there in Ap. 1876. 



IV. Nancy Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 3 Feb. 1822; married at 
Troy, Penn., 14 May 1840, William Sperry Baker, a physician, son of 
William Frederick and Elizabeth (Sperry) Baker, of New York City, where 
he was born 1 1 Nov. 1 809. They dwelt at Canton till Oct. 1 868 ; then 
settled at Topeka, Kansas, and were living there in Ap. 1876. He grad. at 
Columbia College, New York, in 1 827 ; and at the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, New York, in 1831. 

V. Semantha Elizabeth Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 2 Dec. 
1825 ; married there, at her father's house, 4 Nov. 1846, Samuel Allen 
Taylor, a farmer and stock-breeder, son of Allen and Olive Hurd (Stevens) 
Taylor, of Troy, Penn., where he was born 7 Nov. 1821. They dwelt at 
Troy till the Spring of 1851; at Mclntyre, Penn., till 3 March 1861; then 
settled at Grover, Penn., and were living there in May 1876. 

VI. Churchill Samuel Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 30 Aug. 
1827; died 23 Feb. 1851, and was buried in Alba Cemetery, Canton. 

VII. Eli Parsons Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 7 Feb. 1830; 
married, 23 Nov. 1854, Rosina Elizabeth Ketcham, dau. of James and 
Margaret (Booram) Ketcham, of Newfield, N. Y., where she was born 29 
Aug. 1834. She died 9 Jan. 1855, and was buried in Alba Cemetery, 
Canton. He married (2d), 16 Jan. 1856, at Canton, Mary Lodoiska Kellogg, 
widow of Irad Wilson, Jr., who died at Canton 26 Dec. 1851, and dau. of 
Alva and Tacie Tira (Chapell) Kellogg, of Franklin, Penn. She was born 
at Towanda, Penn., 22 Dec. 1829. They dwelt in the borough of Canton 
till Dec. 1855 ; at Alba, Penn., till 4 June 1872 ; at Emporia, Kansas, from 
I Nov. 1872 till 23 Nov. 1875; returned to Canton, 25 Dec. 1875, an d were 
living there in Ap. 1876. He has been an officer of the borough of Alba, 
and was postmaster of Alba from i June 1861 till 1865. 

VIII. Amanda Malvina Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 28 Aug. 
1836; married there, 4 Oct. 1854, at her mother's house, Leonard Lewis, 
a farmer, son of Remington and Harriet Maria (Bakeman) Lewis, of 



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8694 
86 9 S 



8696 



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8698 



Canton, where he was born 4 March 1830. 
Canton, and were living there in Ap. 1876. 



They settled at Alba, in 



Chil. of John Calvin and Harriet (Andrus) Rockwell. 

I. Sylvia Maria Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 8 Feb. 1817; mar- 
ried at LeRoy, Penn., 2 Feb. 1835, by Luman Putnam, Esq., to Orator 
Holcomb, a farmer, son of Hugh and Prudence (Bailey) Holcomb, of 
LeRoy, where he was born 29 May 1810. They settled at LeRoy, and 
were living there in June 1876. 

II. Clarissa Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 14 March 1819; died 15 
March 1819. 

III. John Rockwell, b. at Columbia, Penn., 8 Oct. 1820; died on the 
same day. 

IV. Harriet Emily Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 21 Ap. 1822; mar- 
ried at Granville, Penn., 27 Feb. 1843, John Putnam Bush, a carpenter 
and farmer, son of Joseph and Lucretia (Putnam) Bush, of Granville, 
where he was born 24 Sept. 1824. They settled at Granville, and were 
living there in June 1876. 

V. Samuel Alonzo Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 22 Aug. 1825; 
a farmer; married at LeRoy, Penn., II Oct. 1849, by Orator Holcomb, 
Esq., to Hannah Holcomb, dau. of Eli and Harriet (Bailey) Holcomb, of 
LeRoy, where she was born 3 Oct. 1832. They dwelt at LeRoy for nearly 
one year; then settled at Granville, Penn., and were living there in June 
1876. He has several times filled town offices, and has been Mercantile 
Appraiser of Bradford County, Penn. 

VI. James Bothwell Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 23 Sept. 1827; 
a farmer and teacher; married at Granville, Penn., 26 Aug. 1847, P"*>e 
Lavinia Bailey, dau. of Elisha and Betsey (Vroman) Bailey, of Granville, 
where she was born about 1 830. He went to California, and there died, 
without children, 23 Sept. 1851. She was living at Marion, 111., in June 
1876, with her third husband, Jefferson McKean. 

VII. Eliza Ann Ballard Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., n July 1830; 
married at Leroy, Penn., 11 Ap. 1849, Hiram Stone, a blacksmith and 
farmer, son of Horace and Cynthia (Lindley) Stone, of LeRoy, where he 
was born 1 1 March 1826. They settled at LeRoy; where she died, 31 Aug. 
1873, and was buried. He was living at LeRoy in June 1876. 



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8700 



8701 



8702 



8703 



8704 



Eighth Generation. 

Chil. of Martin Luther and Joanna (Marvin) Rockwell. 

I. Bingham Lasell Rockwell, b. at Troy, Perm., i Ap. 1818; a 
farmer; married at Troy, 16 Feb. 1842, Abby Pierce, born at Bristol, R. I., 
7 Sept. 1821, dau. of Joseph and Sibyl (Burt) Pierce. They dwelt at Troy 
till about 1851; then settled at West Burlington, Penn., and were living 
there in June 1876. 

II. Jesse Marvin Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 15 Nov. 1819; a 
farmer; married at Troy, 4 Dec. 1845, Rebecca Dobbins, born 3 Nov. 
1821, dau. of John and Rebecca (McKean) Dobbins, of Troy. She died, 
23 June 1858, at West Burlington, Penn., where they settled after mar- 
riage ; and was buried in the " old cemetery" at Troy. He married (2d), 
23 March 1859, at Springfield, Penn., Lamira Perry, born 9 Jan. 1833, dau. 
of Marvin and Laura (Gaylord) Perry, of Richmond, Penn. They dwelt 
at West Burlington in June 1876. 

III. Penuel Alvord Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 24 Oct. 1821; a 
farmer; married at Sullivan, Penn., 27 June 1849, Achsah Harrison, dau. 
of Aaron and Roxana (Bailey) Harrison, of Covington, Penn. She was 
born at Guilford, N. Y., 30 July 1828. They settled at West Burlington, 
Penn.; where she died, 17 Feb. 1859, and was buried. He married (2d), 
31 Jan. 1860, at Troy, Lucinda Farnsworth, of the same place, dau. of 
Orrin Rogers and Lucinda (Dopkins) Farnsworth, of Waterloo, N. Y., 
where she was born 3 Feb. 1826. They were living at West Burlington in 
June 1876. 

IV. Martin Luther Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 24 Jan. 1824; a 
farmer; married at West Burlington, Penn., 13 Feb. 1851, Harriet Hilton, 
dau. of Joseph and Harriet (Leonard) Hilton, of West Burlington, where 
she was born 18 May 1829. They settled at West Burlington, and were 
living there in June 1876. 

V. Elvira Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 12 Feb. 1826; married there 
DeWitt Clinton Herrick, a merchant, son of Dr. Almerin Herrick, of Troy. 
They settled at Troy; where she died, 25 Nov. 1851, without children, 

and was buried in the old cemetery. He married (2d), Creque, of 

Trumansburgh, N. Y.; died at Troy, and was buried in the cemetery near 
the Catholic Church. 

VI. John Calvin Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 5 Feb. 1828; a 
farmer; married at West Burlington, Penn., 13 June 1852, Henrietta 
Harrison, dau. of Aaron and Roxana (Bailey) Harrison, of Covington, 
Penn. She was born at Guilford, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1831. They settled at 
West Burlington, and were living there in June 1876, without children. 



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8706 



8707 



8708 



8709 



Whitney Family. 



VII. Orlando Willard Rockwell, b. at Troy, Perm., 24 Ap. 1830; 
a farmer; married at West Burlington, Penn., 18 Oct. 1855, Mary Eliza 
Carnage, dau. of Horatio and Julia (DeWitt) Gamage, of West Burlington, 
where she was born 14 Dec. 1836. They dwelt at Troy till 1858; then 
settled at West Burlington, and were living there in June 1876. 

VIII. Hiram Lewis Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 13 Dec. 1831; a 
farmer; married at West Burlington, Penn., 9 March 1854, Juliette 
McKean, dau. of Jehiel and Marietta (Norman) McKean, of West Burling- 
ton, where she was born 26 Feb. 1835. They settled at Troy, and were 
living there in June 1876. 

IX. Azor Smith Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 18 Nov. 1834; a 
farmer; married at Granville, Penn., 29 March 1860, Eliza Putnam, dau. 
of Luman and Jerusha (Bailey) Putnam, of Granville, where she was born 
7 July 1833. They settled at Troy, and were living there in June 1876, 
without children. He was then a deacon of the Baptist Church. 

X. Delos Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 28 Aug. 1837; a lawyer, 
admitted to the bar of Bradford County, Penn., in Feb. 1862; married 
at Troy, 9 June 1864, Eliza Ballard Smith, dau. of Francis and Laura 
(Spaulding) Smith, of Troy. She was born at Elmira, N. Y., 29 June 
1836. They settled at Troy, and were living there in June 1876, without 
children. He was elected a Senator of Pennsylvania in Oct. 1874. 



8710 



Chil. of James and Diantha (Blakeman) Rockwell. 

I. Valeria Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 4 Feb. 1820; married 
there, 26 March 1842, Asa Phelps, a farmer and carpenter, son of Jared 
and Eliza (Sackett) Phelps, of East Smithfield, Penn., where he was born 

i 30 Nov. 1817. They settled at East Smithfield ; where she died, without 
children, 1 5 Jan. 1871, and was buried. 

II. Abel Walter Rockwell, b. at Sullivan, now Ward, Penn., 19 
March 1826; a teacher and farmer; married in 1854, at Sullivan, Jane 
Eliza Coodspeed, dau. of Arthur and Eliza (Welch) Goodspeed, of Sullivan. 
She was burned by the explosion of a can of kerosene oil, on Sunday 
evening, and died five hours later, on Monday, 28 Ap. 1862, at Canton, 
and was buried in the old cemetery. He married (2d), in 1863, at 
Sullivan, Marietta Welch, dau. of Elijah Welch. She died of consump- 
tion, at Sullivan, and was buried in the old cemetery at Canton. He 
married (3d), 7 Jan. 1866, at Sullivan, a sister of his first wife, Cytherea 
Adeline Coodspeed, dau. of Arthur and Eliza Welch Goodspeed. He 



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8712 



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8714 

8715 
8716 
8717 
8718 
8719 
8720 
8721 



Eighth Generation. 



has lived at Canton, at Ward, and at Covington, Penn.; the last of which 
was his home in 1876. 

III. Omar Ortogrul Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 22 Jan. 1835; 
a farmer; married at Canton, 10 Ap. 1862, by Rev. A. S. Hall, Disciple, 
of Smithfield, Penn., to Celia Elo'isa Pratt, dau. of Asa and Celia (Leonard) 
Pratt, of Canton, where she was born 9 Sept. 1836. They settled at 
Canton, on the farm where he was born, and were living there in Ap. 1 876. 



Chil. of Laban Lasell and Mary Ann (Elliott) Rockwell. 

I. Philander Wright Rockwell, b. at Canton, Penn., 3 May 1823 ; 
a farmer and lumber-manufacturer; married at Troy, Penn., 2 June 1842, 
by Rev. Silas E. Shepard, Disciple, to Experience Hugg, dau. of Milton 
and Esther (Case) Hugg, of Spencer, N. Y. She was born in Tompkins 
Co., N. Y. ; died at Troy, 2 July 1846, and was buried there. He was 
married (2d), 18 Jan. 1859, at Rutland, Penn., by Rev. John Hutchins, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Sarah Selina Palmer, dau. of Lemuel and Emeline 
(Storer) Palmer, of Rutland. He dwelt at Troy for twelve years ; at 
Rutland for twenty years; and then settled at Covington, Penn., where he 
was still living in July 1876. 

II. Clarinda Jane Rockwell. 

III. Lavinia Ann Rockwell. 

Chil. of Laban Lasell and Mary Ann (Newell) Rockwell. 

IV. Mary Rockwell, died at Rutland, Penn., unmarried. 

V. Sarah Rockwell, died at Rutland, Penn., unmarried. 

VI. Catharine Rockwell, died at Rutland, Penn., unmarried. 

VII. Rebecca Rockwell, died in 1875, at Rutland, Penn., unmarried. 

VIII. Myra Rockwell, died at Rutland, Penn., unmarried. 

IX. Letitia Rockwell. 

X. Lasell Rockwell, b. about 1850; married, and was living with his 
mother, near Roseville, Penn., in June 1876. 



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8724 



8725 



8726 



8727 



8728 



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Chil. of Rufus Mead and Mary (Alvord) Rockwell. 

I. Samuel Alvord Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 15 Feb. 1825; died 
1 8 Feb. 1825. 



II. Elijah Alvord 

printer ; married Mrs. 



Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 
8. S. Evans, and (2d) Mrs. 



Ap. 1826 
Graves. 



a 
He 



established the first paper in Troy, when eighteen years old ; shipped on a 
whaling voyage from New Bedford, Mass., in 1845; established the 
Sandwich Island News, in 1846; visited Japan and the East Indies; 
returned to the Sandwich Islands, and published a paper till 1850; then 
removed to California, where he has since resided. He has edited the 
San Francisco Morning Call; established the Sonora Herald; was a 
member of the Legislature of California in 1871 ; and was editor of the 
Sacramento Morning Herald in March 1 876. 

III. Rufus Clarence Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 3 Nov. 1828; a 
physician, graduated at Castleton Medical College, Vt. ; married at Troy, 
23 Dec. 1857, by Rev. Mr. Mills, Presbyterian, to Wrexiville Eliza Long, 
dau. of Volney McKean and Emily (Brewster) Long, of Troy, where she 
was born 4 June 1835. They settled at Troy; where he died, 7 Aug. 
1869, and was buried in the old cemetery. She married (2d) W. Alonzo 
Thomas, and was living at Troy in July 1 876. 

IV. Mary Rebecca Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 28 March 1830; 
married there, 29 Oct. 1850, by Rev. W. H. H. Dwyer, Baptist, to Hiram 
Wilson, a carpenter and joiner, son of James and Elizabeth (Predmore) 
Wilson, of Rutland, Penn. He was born at Wells, Penn., 14 June 1826. 
She was living at Troy in March 1 876. 

V. John Ellas Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 5 Jan. 1831 ; died at 
Troy, 12 Sept. 1833, and was buried there. 

VI. Edward Cheney Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 18 Aug. 1833 ; 
a farmer; married at Troy, 15 March 1855, by Rev. W. H. Knapp, Metho- 
dist Episcopal, to Mary Ann Buckhout, dau. of Jacob Gardinier and Lydia 
(Moore) Buckhout, of Granville, Penn. She was born at Newfield, N. Y., 
30 Ap. 1838. They settled on the homestead of his father, at Troy, 
where all of the family were born ; and afterward removed to Middletown, 
Conn., where they were living in March 1876. He was then the farmer at 
the Connecticut Industrial School for Girls. 



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VII. Sheldon Norton Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 4 Jan. 1835 ; a 
teacher; married at Troy, 24 Ap. 1856, by Rev. T. Mitchell, Baptist, to 
Mary Emilia Wells, dau. of Rev. George and Lucinda (Pratt) Wells, of 16375 



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Canton, Penn. She was born at Elmira, N. Y., 31 Oct. 1838. They 
dwelt at Lansing, Iowa, from Ap. 1857 till Feb. 1862; at Philadelphia, 
Penn., till 1867; at Providence, R. I., till 1872; at New York City 1 till 
March 1874; and then settled at Middletown, Conn., taking charge, as 
superintendent, of the Connecticut Industrial School for Girls, i Ap. 1 874 
a position which he still occupied in Ap. 1876. His wife was assistant- 
superintendent of the same school ; has written and published several 
juvenile books; and is a contributor to Scribner's, Arthur's, and the 
Educational, Magazines. 

VIII. John Elias Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., i March 1837; a 
physician, grad. at the University of Michigan in 1871 ; married at Ann 
Arbor, Mich., 26 March 1874, Matty A. Bliss, dau. of Dr. Bliss, of the 
same place. They settled at Troy, and were living there in March 1876. 
He served for two years in the war of 1861, and was hospital-steward at 
Nashville, Tenn. 

IX. Lydia Louise Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 2 Oct. 1838; mar- 
ried at Lansing, Iowa, 22 Dec. 1859, by Rev. F. K. Miller, D.D., Methodist, 
to Samuel Houston Hazleton, a banker and insurance-agent, son of Roswell 
Doolittle and Julia Ann Jennings (Gray) Hazleton, of Canton, Penn. He 
was born at Sullivan, Penn., 19 Feb. 1837. They dwelt at Lansing till i 
Ap. 1862; at Canton till I March 1863; then returned to Lansing, and 
were living there in Ap. 1876. 



X. Lois Calphurnia Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 27 June 1840; 16321 
married there, i March 1859, by Rev. T. Mitchell, Baptist, to Charles 
Thomas. They were living at Phillipsburgh, Penn., in March 1876. 

XI. Lurania Hila Adeline Rejoice Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 
12 May 1842; married there, 18 Aug. 1862, by Rev. Myron Rockwell, 
Baptist, to Simon Stanton. They were living at Burlington, Conn., in 
March 1876. 

XII. Glycon Allen Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 12 March 1844; 
married at Lansing, Iowa, 24 Aug. 1869, Emma Albert, of the same place; 
and settled at Lansing, where they were still living in March 1 876. 

XIII. Emma Augusta Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 3 June 1846; j 16329 
married there, 7 Ap. 1868, by Rev. Thomas Mitchell, Baptist, to Edward 
Delavan Purdy, an agent for insurance, son of Amos William and Delia 
(Delavan) Purdy, of Lansing, Iowa. He was born at Augusta, 111., 12 

1 The Rockwell Genealogy, p. 28, says : " he and his wife are teachers at the House of Refuge, 
New York." 



Whitney Family. 1321 

Nov. 1843. They settled at Lansing, and were living there in March 
1876. 



Chil. of Myron and Mary Ann (Llllibridge) Rockwell. 3060 

I. Nancy Jane Rockwell, b. at Columbia, Penn., 17 Aug. 1827; 16331 
married at Sullivan, Penn., 31 Dec. 1849, by her father, to Joel Webster, 

a farmer, son of Roswell and Betsey (Doud) Webster, of Sullivan, where 
he was born 11 Feb. 1819. They dwelt at Sullivan till 22 March 1854; 
then settled in the north part of Rutland, Penn., and were living there in 
May 1876. 

II. Myron Adriel Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 14 Ap. 1829; a 16337 
founder and machinist; married atTowanda, Penn., 8 Dec. 1852, Elizabeth 
Bessey, dau. of George and Mary (Graves) Bessey, of Binghamton, N. Y., 

where she was born 11 Oct. 1829. She died at Troy, 25 Dec. 1863, and 
was buried at Sullivan, Penn. He married (2d), 20 Sept. 1865, at Mon- 
roeton, Penn., Isabel Wilson, dau. of Adam Clark and Adeliza (Graham) 
Wilson, of Eaton, Penn., where she was born 31 March 1843. He has 
lived at Troy, Canton, and Monroeton ; and resided at Towanda in May 

1876. He served in the Penn. militia for six weeks, when Lee invaded 

1 that State. 

III. Warren Allen Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 2 Feb. 1832; 16342 
a farmer; married at Richmond, Penn., 2 March 1856, by Rev. Mr. 
Sherwood, Baptist, to Sylvia Elizabeth Johns, dau. of Seelye and Miriam 
(Burns) Johns, of Sullivan, Penn., where she was born 5 Sept. 1835. They 
settled at Sullivan ; where he died, 4 Sept. 1875, and was buried. She was 

living at Sullivan in May 1876. 

IV. Horace Westley Rockwell, b. at Troy, Penn., 30 Ap. 1834; an | 16345 
iron-founder; married at Monroeton, Penn., 29 Nov. 1865, Harriet Emily 
Hinman, dau. of John Burrus Mallory and Frances Mary (Dudley) Hinman, 

of Monroeton, where she was born 24 Oct. 1848. They settled at Monroe- 
ton, and were living there in May 1876. 

V. Mary Elizabeth Rockwell, b. at Columbia, Penn., 26 June 1836; 16349 
married at Jackson, Penn., I Jan. 1868, Ira Bement, a farmer, son of James ! 
Bostwick and Philena (Tanner) Bement, of Jackson. He was born at ! 
Hector, N. Y., 6 May 1830. They settled at Jackson, and were living there- 
in May 1876. 

8740 VI. Emma Pierce Rockwell, b. at Columbia, Penn., 3 March 1839; 16351 



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8742 



8743 



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Eightk Generation. 



married at Gray's Valley, Perm., 4 May 1859, by her father, to Frank Louis 
Miller, an overseer, son of Maurice and Catharine (Zuber) Miller, of 
Delmar, Penn., where he was born i March 1829. They settled at Wil- 
liamsport, Penn., and were living there in May 1876. 

VII. Oscar Hinman Rockwell, b. at Sullivan, Penn., 23 Nov. 1844; 
a physician, grad. in the Medical Department of the University of Penn- 
sylvania, 13 March 1 873; married. at Monroeton, Penn., 29 Dec. 1870, 
Catharine Marie Hanson, dau.of John and Celestia Ross (Hinman) Hanson, 
of Monroeton, where she was born 12 Sept. 1842. They settled at Mon- 
roeton, and were living there in May 1 876. 

VIII. Ella Adelia Rockwell, b. at Jackson, Penn., 22 Aug. 1853; 
married at East Charleston, Penn., 10 Dec. 1872, Marchal James Lefler, a 
farmer, son of Charles Hunter and Lucinda (Daggett) Lefler, of Jackson, 
where he was born 7 June 1 849. They settled at Jackson, and were living 
there in Sept. 1877. 



Chil. of Ebenezer and Fanny (Powers) Pratt. 

I. Sylvia Maria Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 13 March 1812; married 
there, 19 Aug. 1832, Peleg Hackett, a farmer, son of Asa and Keziah 
(Thomas) Hackett, of Colerain, Mass., where he was born 28 Nov. 1800. 
They settled at Smithfield, Penn., where they dwelt for several years; then 
lived at Brookfield, Penn., for ten years; and afterward returned to Canton, 
where they still resided in May 1876, members of the Christian Church. 

II. Cyrus Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 16 July 1813; an editor; mar- 
ried at Wells, Penn., II Jan. 1837, Elizabeth Sayre, dau. of Whittington 
and Elizabeth (Johnson) Sayre, of Bainbridge, N. Y. She was born at 
Masonville, N. Y., n Feb. 1818. They dwelt at Elmira, N. Y., till 1841 ; 
at Wells, Penn., till 1842; at Towanda, Penn., till 1850; at Canton, till 
1852 ; at Wellsville, N. Y., till 1855 ; at Cuba, N. Y., till 1860; at Elmira 
again, till 1863 ; then settled at Chicago, 111., and were living there in Ap. 
1 876, members of the Christian Church. 

III. Lucinda Pratt, b. at Ovid, N. Y., 2 June 1816; married at j 16373 
Canton, Penn., 10 Oct. 1830, George Wells, a minister of the Disciples' 
Church, son of Joseph and Mary (Saunders) Wells, of Stratford, Conn. 

He was born at Litchfield, Conn., 16 Feb. 1807. They dwelt at Wells- 
borough, Penn., till 1836; at Elmira, N. Y., till 1842; at Auburn, N. Y., 
till 1848; at Canton, Penn., till 1858; and then settled at Philadelphia, 
Penn., where they were still living in Ap. 1 876. 



Whitney Family. 



8746 IV. Fanny Clarissa Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 16 Feb. 1817; mar- 
ried at Tioga, Penn., 27 Oct. 1836, Elisha Rockwell, son of Elias and Polly 
(Grander) Rockwell. See his record. 

V. Joel Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., in Feb. 1819; and died there, aged 
three weeks, in March 1819. 

VI. Hannah Pratt, b. at Harmony, N. Y., 16 June 1820; married in 
March 1841, at Canton, Penn., Jefferson Bradley Rundell, a farmer, born 
31 May 1819, son of Abram and Mary Ann (Elliott) Rundell. He was 
instantly killed by a falling tree, 3 March 1854, and was buried at Alba, 
Penn. She married (2d) Isaac Rundell, a farmer, brother of her first 
husband. They were living at Canton in June 1876. 

VII. Rhoda Powers Pratt, b. at Harmony, N. Y., 16 May 1822; a 
graduate of the Normal School at Albany, N. Y., and for several years a 
teacher; married in 1855, at Wellsborough, Penn., Hezekiah Dwlght 
Tread well, a wholesale dealer in boots and shoes ; and died without 
children, 23 Oct. 1863, at Canton, Penn. She was buried at Elmira, N. Y. 
She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. 

VIII. Pamelia Pratt, b. at Harmony, N. Y., 16 March 1824; married 
at Wellsborough, Penn., 24 Oct. 1850, Rockwell S. Bailey. They were 
living at 708 Vine Street, Philadelphia, Penn., in Ap. 1876. See his 
record. 

IX. Ebenezer Pratt, b. at Harmony, N. Y., 10 May 1826; a farmer 
and millwright; married about 1851, at Canton, Penn., Mary Morton; and 
died of consumption, without children, at Harmony, in March 1852, having 
survived his wife about a year. He was buried at Panama, N. Y. 

X. Sarah Jane Pratt, b. at Elmira, N. Y., 18 May 1830; a teacher; 
died at Burlington, Penn., unmarried, 4 Feb. 1848, and was buried in the 
Pratt Cemetery, at Canton, Penn. 

XI. Mary Celinda Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 21 Aug. 1833 ; married 
at Wellsborough, Penn., 17 May 1855, by R V - J- F- Calkins, Presbyterian, 
to Andrew Foley, a jeweller, son of John and Mary (Murphy) Foley, of 
Ireland, where he was born 29 Oct. 1833. They were living at Wells- 
borough in Ap. 1876. 

XII. Reuben Pratt, b. at Elmira, N. Y., 26 Sept. 1835; a lawyer; 
married in 1861, at Wellsborough, Penn., Jenny Van Deusen. He enlisted 
at Wellsborough, in Ap. 1861, in Co. H, 6th Reg., Penn. Vol. Infantry; 
was promoted to the grade of first-lieutenant ; and was killed in the battle 



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8758 

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Eighth Generation. 



of Fredericksburgh, Va., 13 Dec. 1862, having taken part in the battles of 
Drainsville, Mcchanicsville, second Bull Run, South Mountain, and Antie- 
tam, where a gun-shot wound in his right hand destroyed its usefulness. 
She married (2d) Richardson, and settled in Wisconsin. 



Chil. of David and Melicent (Osborn) Pratt. 

I. Orrin Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn. He married, but no particulars 
have been obtained. 

II. Eunice Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., about 1814; was living at 
Harmony, N. Y., in 1875, unmarried. 

III. Susan Pratt, b. at Harmony, N. Y., about 1817 ; and was living 
there in 1875, unmarried. 

IV. Almira Pratt, b. at Harmony, N. Y. ; and was living there in 
1875, a widow. 



V. - 
VI. 



Pratt, a dau. ; is dead. 
- Pratt, a dau. ; is dead. 



Chil. of Asa and Celia (Leonard) Pratt. 

I. Harriet Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 2 Dec. 1817; married there, at 
her father's house, Ezra Loomis, a farmer; and settled at Troy, Penn., 
where they were still living in June 1 876. 



3064 



3065 
16390 



II. Eliza Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 8 Ap. 1821 ; married Adoniram 16218 
Rockwell, son of Elias Lasell and Mary (Grander) Rockwell. See his I 8683 
record. 

III. Asa Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 21 Oct. 1825; a miller; married 16396 
at Union, Penn., 21 March 1849, by Elder Dvvire, Baptist, to Mariamne 
Harding, dau. of Theodore and Rosalinda (Loper) Harding, of Union. 

She was born at Mansfield, Penn., 3 Aug. 1826. They settled at Canton; 
where he died, 27 Sept. 1865, and was buried in the old cemetery. She 
was living at Canton in June 1876. 



IV. Theodore Leonard Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 10 Dec. 1827 ; a 



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8769 



8770 
8771 

8772 



Whitney Family. 



8765 



8766 



homoeopathic physician ; married at Towanda, Penn., Ann Brann, dau. of 
John and Harriet (Carman) Brann, of Warehorne, Kent, Eng., where she 
was born in Nov. 1829. They dwelt at Canton till 1867 ; and then settled 
at Norristown, Penn., where she died about 1872. She was buried in the 
old cemetery at Canton. He married (2d), in 1874, at Norristown, Eliza 
Crist. They were living at Norristown in June 1876. 

V. Cordelia Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 10 May 1829; married there 
Orris Friable, a farmer, son of Samuel and Mary Ann (McClellan) Frisbie, 
of Canton. He was born at Columbia, Penn. They dwelt at Canton till 
the Autumn of 1865; and then settled at Berlin, Iowa, where she died 
about 1868. 

VI. Betsey Elizabeth Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 29 June 1830; 
married there, 10 Ap. 1862, by Rev. A. S. Hale, pastor of the Disciples' 
Church at Smithfield, Penn., to James Brann, a farmer, son of John and 
Harriet (Carman) Brann, of Warehorne, Kent, Eng., where he was born 4 
May 1833. They settled at Canton, and were living there in June 1876. 

VII. Louisa Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 20 Dec. 1832; married at 
Troy, Penn., Clinton Manley, a farmer, born at Canton, son of Hubbell 
and Harriet (Phelps) Manley. They dwelt at Canton till Ap. 1863; and 
then settled at Union, Penn., where they were still living in June 1876. 

VIII. Maria Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 20 March 1834; married at 
Troy, Penn., Curtis Calkins, a farmer, son of Adin and Sophia (Spear) 
Calkins, of East Troy, Penn. They settled at East Troy, and were living 
there in June 1876, without children. 

IX. Celia EloYsa Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 9 Sept. 1836; married 
there, 10 Ap. 1862, Omar Ortogrul Rockwell, son of Laban Lasell and 
Mary Ann (Elliott) Rockwell. See his record. 



Chil. of Jonathan and Lovisa (Smith) Pratt. 

I. David Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., about 1815 ; married, and is dead. 

II. Melissa Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., about 1817; married Orlando 
Cray; and died soon after 1848. He afterward married her sister Rosina. 



1325 



III. Amanda Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn.; married 
died in Ohio, leaving one child. 



Ross; and 



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16413 



16297 
8711 



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8773 
8774 

8775 
8776 

8777 



8778 



8779 



8780 

8781 
8782 



Eighth Generation. 



IV. Rosilla Pratt, twin, b. at Canton, Penn.; married 
of Troy, Penn. 



Morse, 



V. Rosina Pratt, twin, b. at Canton, Penn.; married Orlando Cray, 

whose first wife was her sister Melissa. 

VI. Hannah Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn.; married Morrell Cray. 

VII. Sarah Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn.; and died there, aged about 4 
years. 

Chil. of Jonathan and Sally (Wilcox) Pratt. 

VIII. Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn. 

There were several others in this household, born at the west, but no 
names have been ascertained. 



Chil. of William and Betsey (Pratt) Roberts. 

I. Mehetabel Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 21 Oct. 1816; married 
there, 16 Oct. 1834, David Rose Cole, a farmer, son of John and Anna 
(McDermon) Cole, of Canton. He was born at Philadelphia, Penn., 10 
Aug. 1812. They settled at Canton, and were living there in June 1876. 

II. Hannah Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 27 May 1820; married 
there, 18 July 1847, Edward McClelland, a farmer, son of Frederick and 
Dorcas (Carr) McClelland, of Canton, where he was born 1 7 March 1 824. 
They dwelt at Canton till Ap. 1861; and then moved to Geneva, Iowa, 
where they were living in May 1876. 

III. Julius Pratt Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 12 July 1822; a 
farmer; died at Canton, 9 June 1850, unmarried, and was buried there, in 
the old cemetery. 

IV. Walter Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., about 1824; died when 
about a month old. 

V. William Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 14 Aug. 1826; a hardware- 
merchant; married at Wellsborough, Penn., 22 Oct. 1857, Margaret A. 
Sturrock, dau. of Andrew Sturrock, of Wellsborough, where she was born 
22 Aug. 1839. They settled at Wellsborough, and were living there in 
May 1876. 



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'6435 



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8785 



8786 



8787 



8788 



8789 



8790 



8791 



Whitney Family. 



VI. Lyman Cobb Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 20 Ap. 1828; a 
millwright; died at Canton, 1 1 Jan. 1851, unmarried, and was buried there, 
in the old cemetery. 

VII. David Pratt Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 27 Ap. 1830; a 
merchant; married at Covington, Penn., 2O Nov. 1859, Mary Emily Marvin, 
dau. of Tilley and - (Wheeler) Marvin, of Covington, where she was 
born. They settled at Wellsborough, Penn., and were living there in May 
1876. 

VIII. Mary Jane Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., i Dec. 1831 ; and 
was living there in May 1876, unmarried. 

IX. Marietta Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 27 Oct. 1833; mar- 
ried at LeRoy, Penn., 28 Oct. 1860, Erastus Putnam, a farmer, son 
of Henry and Mary Ann (Saxton) Putnam, of Granville, Penn. He 
was born at Lodi, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1828. They dwelt at Granville till 
March 1 863 ; and then settled at Canton, where they were still living in 
June 1876. 

X. Asa Pratt Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 14 May 1835 ; a lawyer; 
married at Ackley, Iowa, 25 Ap. 1871, his cousin, Isabel Roberts, dau. of 
Tryon and Harriet (Greene) Roberts, of Ackley, afterward of Wellsborough, 
Penn. She was born at Athens, Penn. They settled at Ackley, and were 
living there in May 1876. 



XI. Ruth Roberts, twin, b. at Canton, Penn, in March 1837; 
when about two weeks old. 



XII. Rachel Roberts, twin, b. at Canton, Penn., in March 1837; died 
when about three weeks old. 

XIII. Betsey Viola Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 4 May 1838; 
married, 29 Ap. 1859, Russel Jesse Ross, a farmer, son of Harrison and 
Abigail (Beach) Ross, of Granville, Penn., where he was born. They 
dwelt at Canton till Ap. 1865 ; at Wellsborough, Penn., till Jan. 1873 ; at 
Ackley, Iowa, till Ap. 1874; then settled at Dell Rapids, Dakota, and were 
still living there in May 1 876. 

XIV. Valeria Roberts, b. at Canton, Penn., 6 June 1840; mar- 
ried there, 26 Nov. 1868, Francis Marion Baldwin, a farmer, son of 
Ebenezer and Phileta (Rundell) Baldwin, of Union, Penn., where he was 
born 7 Jan. 1846. They settled at Canton, and were living there in 
June 1876. 



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16453 



16456 



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Eighth Generation. 






Chil. of Julius and Rebecca (Robert) Pratt. 


3070 


8792 


I. Reuben Rockwell Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 19 Feb. 1835; died 
at Canton, 22 Feb. 1836, and was buried there. 




8793 


II. Martha Matilda Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 29 July 1836; died 
at Canton, 13 June 1837, and was buried there. 


8794 


III. Celestia Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 23 March 1838; married in 
Ap. 1856, at Union, Penn., William Wesley Newell, a carpenter, son of 
John and Prethena (Loper) Newell, of Union, where he was born 20 
March 1838. They were living at Kasson, Minn., in May 1876. 


16457 


8795 


IV. Addison Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 20 March 1840; a farmer; 
was living with his mother, at Grover, Penn., in June 1876, unmarried. 




8796 


V. Clara Adelia Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 6 May 1842; and was 
living with her mother, at Grover, Penn., in June 1876, unmarried. 




8797 


VI. Emery Wellington Pratt, b. at Canton, Penn., 26 Nov. 1844; a 
grocer; married at Granville, Penn., I Jan. 1867, Edith Cole, adopted dau. 
of David and Mehetabel (Roberts) Cole, of Minnequa, in Canton. They 
settled at Union, Penn., and were living there in June 1876. He enlisted 
for three years, in the war of 1861 ; was wounded in the battle of Fred- 
ericksburgh, Va., 13 Dec. 1862; and was, soon afterward, discharged for 
disability caused by his wounds. 


16461 


8798 


VII. Sylvester Eugene Pratt, b. at Union, Penn., 1 1 May 185 5; 
died at Union, 18 Feb. 1857, and was buried there. 




8799 


VIII. Effle Ida Pratt, b. at Union, Penn., 29 Dec. 1858; lived with 
her mother, at Grover, Penn., in June 1876. 


3073 


Chil. of Rufus and Anna (Janes) Mead. 


8800 


I. Mary Ann Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 21 Nov. 1817; and was 
living there in March 1876, unmarried. 




8801 


II. Tryphena Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 29 Jan. 1820; and died, 
there, 12 Feb. 1820. 


8802 


III. Israel Champion Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 21 Jan. 1821; and 
died there, \ Jan. 1851. 





8807 



8808 



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1329 



8803 IV. Lydia Mead, b. ;it Cornwall, Vt., 12 June 1823 ; married there,: 

iS Dec. 1854, Charles Harwood Smedley, son of and 

(Harwood) Smedley. He was living at Anamosa. Iowa, in March 1876. 

8804 V. Rufus Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, I March 1825 ; an editor; mar- 
ried at Cornwall, 16 Dec. 1851, Catharine Ellen Tilden, dau. of Levi and 
Catharine (Benton) Tilden. She was born at Cornwall, 22 Sept. 1830; 
and died at Middlebury, Vt, 28 Jan. 1861. He edited the Middlebury 
Register, at Middlebury, Vt, for several years; was afterward appointed 
United States Consul at San Juan del Sul, Nicaragua, C. A.; died at sea, 
off Nicaragua, 1 1 March 1 874, and was buried at San Jose de Guatemala. 

8805 VI. Hiram Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 10 May 1827; a Congregational 
minister; grad. at Middlebury College in 1850, and at Andover Theological 
Seminary in 1857; married at Andover, Mass., 5 Aug. 1858, Elizabeth 
Storrs Billings, dau. of Charles Eugene and Sarah Williston (Storrs) 
Billings, of Conway, Mass., where she was born 21 May 1833. He dwelt 
at Middlebury, Vt, from 1846 to 1850; at Flushing, N. Y., till 1852; 
at Middlebury again, till 1854; at Andover, till 1857; was pastor at South 
Hadley, Mass., from 1858 till 1867, and at Nashua, N. H., from Dec. 1867 
till 1 869 ; when, being elected professor of Sacred Rhetoric in Oberlin 
Theological Seminary, he removed to Oberlin, Ohio, where they were living 
in March 1876. 

8806 VII. Horace Janes Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 22 Ap. 1830; a 
farmer; married there, 3 Jan. 1855, Mary Howe Matthews, dau. of Rev. 
Lyman and Rachel Dwight (Howe) Matthews, of Cornwall. She was born 
at Braintree, Mass., 1 1 Nov. 1834; died at Cornwall 23 Oct. 1862, and was 
buried there. He married (2d), 2 March 1864, at Cornwall, Mary Amelia 
Wooster, dau. of Abel and Harriet (Gates) Wooster, of Cornwall, where 
she was born 24 Nov. 1835. He settled at Cornwall, and died there 22 
Oct. 1872. She was living at West Cornwall, Vt, in March 1876. 



VIII. Lorin Cassander Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 12 March 1832; 
a farmer; married at Cornwall, 8 Aug. 1855, Roxana Electa Peet, dau. of 
Lorin and Electa (Linsley) Peet, of Cornwall, where she was born 28 Jan. 
1836, and where she died 16 Sept. 1864. He married (2d), at Salisbury, 
Vt, Elizabeth Crook Sheldon ; and was living at Longmont, Colorado, in 
March 1876. 



IX. Martin Luther Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 23 Jan. 1834; a 
physician and surgeon; grad. at Middlebury College in 1855, and at 
Albany Medical College in 1859; married at Albany, N. Y., 19 May 1863, 
Hannah Wetmore Treadwell, dau. of John Goodwin and Ellen Tinker 
(Holmes) Treadwell, of Albany. She was born at New York City, 20 Jan. 



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16476 




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8810 



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8812 
8813 
8814 



Right k Generation. 



1842 ;' died at Cornwall, 5 Sept. 1864, and was buried at Albany. He 
married (2d), 23 Jan. 1867, at Conway, Mass., Myra Mehetabel Jenkins, 
dau. of Paul and Mehetabel (Williams) Jenkins, of Conway. She was 
born at Ashfield, Mass., 6 Aug. 1844. He dwelt at Albany from Sept. 
1858 till Ap. 1869; at Conway till Sept. 1871 ; and then settled at Cleve- 
land, Ohio, where he was still living in March 1876. He served as acting 
assistant-surgeon of the 4th Reg. of Mich. Volunteers in the Summer of 
1862; and was professor of chemistry in the Medical Department of 
Wooster University, Cleveland, in 1873-1875. 

X. Charles Marsh Mead, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 28 Jan. 1836; a 
minister of the Congregational Church ; grad. at Middlebury College in 
1856, and at Andover Theological Seminary in 1862 ; studied in Germany, 
18631866, receiving the degree of Ph. D. from the University of 
Gottingen ; was chosen professor of the Hebrew language and literature, 
in Andover Theological Seminary, and settled at Andover, where he was 
married, 2 Aug. 1867, by Prof. J. Henry Thayer, Congregational, to 
Caroline Thayer, born at 9 Washington Square, Boston, Mass., 9 Nov. 
1834, dau. of Joseph Helyer and Martha Stevens (Greenough) Thayer. 
They were living at Andover in March 1 876, without children. 



Chil. of Caleb and Hannah (Mead) Martin. 



3074 



I. Hannah Lorette Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 5 Dec. 1813; married 16480 
about 1839, at Somerset, N. Y., Elijah Kirkham Richardson, an inspector 

of Customs, born at Underbill, Vt., son of Elijah and Sarah (Eaton) 
Richardson. They dwelt at Somerset for three years ; and then settled at 
Buffalo, N. Y., where they were still living in May 1876, at 593 Twelfth 
Street. 

II. Caleb Ozias Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 9 June 1815; was living 
at Grand Rapids, Mich., in May 1876. 

III. Ezra Mead Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 14 May 1817; died at 
Somerset, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1841. 

IV. Amy Roselle Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 9 Feb. 1819; died at 

Somerset, N. Y., 17 June 1843. 

V. Patrick Henry Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 4 Feb. 1821; died at 
Boston, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1847. 

J See the Wetmore Memorial, p. 343. 



Whitney Family, 



8815 VI. Marcia Ann Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 10 May 1822; and died 
there, 1 8 Nov. 1823. 

8816 VII. Sarah Emeline Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 26 March 1824; 
married John R. Stewart. They dwelt at 44 Barclay Street, Grand 
Rapids, Mich., in May 1876. 

8817 VIII. Mary Malvina Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 20 July 1826; 
married at Somerset, N. Y., I March 1849, by Orman Pratt, Esq., to 
William Alexander Swain, a harness-maker, son of Jacob and Jemima 
(Heaton) Swain, of Lewiston, N. Y., where he was born 13 May 1825. 
They dwelt at Eagle Harbor, N. Y., for two years; at Byron, N. Y., two 
years; at Lewiston, one year; at Niagara, C. W., two years; at St. David's, 
C. W., eight years ; and then settled at Stamford, Ont, where they were 
still living in June 1876. 

8818 IX. Charlotte Florella Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 21 May 1828; 

married Yokum ; and was living at Grand Rapids, Mich., in May 

1876. 

8819 X. Emor Jane Martin, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 28 May 1831; died at 

Somerset, N. Y., 25 Feb. 1838. 

8820 XI. Rufus Wilbur Martin, b. at Somerset, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1833; a 
farmer; married at Cascade, Mich., 21 Nov. 1855, by Rev. Erie Prince, 
Presbyterian, to Caroline Minerva Coger, dau. of Charles and Mary B. 
(Denison) Cogcr, of Cascade. She was born in Jackson Co., Mich., 30 
June 1837. They were living at Cascade in June 1876, without children. 

8821 XII. Marion Roscoe Martin, b. at Somerset, N. Y., 8 Ap. 1838; 
died at Ada, Mich., 20 May 1858. 



8822 



8823 



Chil. of Erastus and Amy (Mead) Mazuzan. 

I. Celia Mazuzan, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 7 Dec. 1824; a teacher; dwelt 
in Vermont till 1856; and was living at Wells, N. Y., in Ap. 1876, unmar- 
ried. 

II. John Mazuzan, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 30 Oct. 1826; a finisher of 
woollen cloth ; dwelt at Cornwall till 1 849, and then settled at Lowell, 
Mass., where he was still living in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 



8824 III. Harriet Mazuzan, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 29 Jan. 1829; moved to 





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Albion, N. Y., 23 May 1850; married at Gaines, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1853, 
William Carrit Winne, a brickmaker, son of Garrit and Elizabeth (Vander- 
hoof) Winne, of Schaghticoke Point, N. Y., where he was born in 1823. 
They settled, in 1854, at Grand Rapids, Mich.; where he died of heart- 
disease, 19 May 1857, and was buried in Grand Rapids Cemetery. She 
was married (2d), 7 Sept. 1858, near Grand Rapids, by Rev. Isaac Bennett, 
Methodist, to Enos Parish, a farmer, son of Eli and Betsey (Lothrop) 
Parish, of Nankin, Mich., formerly of Phelps, N. Y., where he was born 26 
July 1827. They dwelt at Polkton, Mich., till 1868; and then settled at 
Allendale, Mich., where they were still living in Ap. 1876. He enlisted at 
Detroit, Mich., 27 Ap. 1847, and served to the end of the Mexican war. 
He enlisted at Grand Rapids, 21 Dec. 1863, in Battery E, ist Reg., Mich. 
Light Artillery; and was discharged 30 July 1865. 

IV. Julia Mazuzan, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 27 Oct. 1830; and died 
there in Jan. 1850. 

V. Juliet Mazuzan, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 7 Sept. 1832; a teacher; 
dwelt in Vermont till 1856; was at Grand Rapids, Mich., till 1875; and 
then went to Lowell, Mass., where she was still living in Ap. 1876, unmar- 
ried. 



Chil. of Niram and Almira (Douglass) Rockwell. 

I. Elmina Rebecca Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 4 Ap. 1821. 

II. Martha Maria Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1823. 

III. Reuben Douglass Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 5 June 
1826; died at Cornwall, Vt, 26 March 1849. 

IV. Elias Burnham Rockwell, b. at Parishville, N. Y., 19 June 
1828. 

V. Cornelius Niram Rockwell, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 14 July 1832. 



Chil. of David and Lucinda (Rockwell) Parkill. 

I. Lydia Marilla Parkill, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 2 Dec. 1818; married 
there, 9 Oct. 1845, Horace Walter Sheldon, a farmer, of Salisbury, Vt, 
where he was born. They settled at Salisbury, and were living there in 
Ap. 1876. 



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8834 
8835 



8836 



8837 



8838 



8839 



Whitney Family. 



II. Chester Reuben Parkill, b. at Cornwall, \'t., 12 May 1821 ; was 
killed, 1 1 July 1835, at Micldlebury, Vt, by the falling of a sand-bank. 

III. Franklin David Parkill, b. at Cornwall, Vt, 8 Nov. 1824. 

IV. Sarah Lorenda Parkill,. b. at Cornwall, Vt., 26 Aug. 1828; 
married there, 17 Oct. 1854, Franklin Hooker, a farmer, son of Chesterfield 
and Antha (Field) Hooker, of Cornwall, where he was born 31 Oct. 1827. 
They settled at Cornwall, and were living there in Ap. 1 876. 



Chil. of Reuben and Eliza Elizabeth (Simpson) Rockwell. 

I. George Simpson Rockwell, b. at Jericho, Vt, 17 May 1829; a 
dealer in coal; married at Harlem, N. Y., 16 March 1855, by Rev. Dr. 
Lord, Reformed Dutch, to Elvira Cornelia Vandenburg, born at New York 
City, 30 Jan. 1838, dau. of John and Maria Beard (Day) 'Vandenburg. 
They dwelt at New York till 1866; at Keyport, N. J., till 1872; and 
then settled at Newark, N. J., where they were still living in Ap. 1876, 
at 7 Pioneer Street. 

II. Elson Kincaid Rockwell, b. at Jericho, Vt, 22 June 1832; 
married at Cornwall, Vt, 5 March 1860, Emily Pratt, who died at Tom's 
River, N. J., 15 Aug. 1875. He was living there in Ap. 1876. 

III. Amelia A. Rockwell, b. at Jericho, Vt, 2 May 1834; married 
in 1857, at New York City, Frederick W. Read ; and settled at Lawrence, 
Kansas, where they were still living in Ap. 1 876, with one child. 

IV. Theodore Frelinghuysen Rockwell, b. at Tom's River, N. J., 
29 Ap. 1845 ; a machinist and inventor; married at the residence of Rev. 
Samuel Baker, Baptist, Brooklyn, N. Y., 30 Aug. 1865, Clara Ketcham 
King, dau. of William Dean and Amy (Mead) King, of Brooklyn. She 
was born at Cazenovia, 111., 10 Sept. 1838. After dwelling at Farming- 
dale, N. J., and at Brooklyn, they settled at Hammondsport, N. Y., where 
they were living in July 1876. 



8840 



Chil. of Peter Richard and Sarah (Corey) Martin. 

I. Eleanor Martin, b. at Bedford, in Stanbridge, C. E., 27 Ap. 1823; 
married there, 28 March 1 844, by Rev. Francis N. Jersey, Baptist, to 
Hiram Palmer, a farmer, son of Nathan and Priscilla Anna (Baker) Palmer, 



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8845 



8846 



8847 



Eighth Generation. 



of Stanbridge, where he was born 5 Jan. 1823. They settled at Upper 
Bedford, and were living there in May 1 876. 

II. Hiram Martin, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 25 Feb. 1825; a hotel- 16517 
keeper; married there, 27 Ap. 1849, by Rev. James Jones, to Mary 
Lafontaine, dau. of Joseph and Lucy (Levernoix) Lafontaine, of Chambly, 

C. E. She was born at Swanton, Vt., 4 March 1828. They dwelt on a 
farm in Bedford, C. E., for eight years; at Pike River, C. E., where he was 
a miller, for nine years ; and then settled at Frelighsburgh, C. E., where 
they were still living in June 1876. 

III. Rufus Mead Martin, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 12 Ap. 1827; a 16521 
farmer; married at Stanbridge, 2O Oct. 1853, Julia Ann Jones, dau. of 
Jonas Galusha and Fanny Maria (Paris) Jones, of Stanbridge. She was 

born at Danby, Vt., 25 Aug. 1836. They were living at Stanbridge in 
June 1876. 

IV. Sarah Emily Martin, twin, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 21 Oct. 1830; 16529 
married there, 10 Nov. 1855, by Rev. Francis N. Jersey, Baptist, to Reed 
Crow, a blacksmith, of Westford, Vt. 

V. Peter Albert Martin, twin, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 21 Oct. 1830; 
married there, by Rev. Francis N. Jersey, Baptist, to Mary Leonard. They 
were living at Granby, C. E., in Ap. 1876, and then had five children, but 
would not send their names. 

VI. Matilda Esther Martin, b. at Bedford, in Stanbridge, C. E., 20 \ 16535 
March 1833; married at Stanbridge, 10 Nov. 1853, by Rev. Francis N. 
Jersey, Baptist, to Charles Lee Smith, a pattern-maker, son of Jesse and 
Parthenia (Collins) Smith, of Potten, C. E., where he was born 20 May 

1829. They dwelt at Bedford till 23 March 1864; then settled at Swanton, 
Vt., and were living there in June 1876. 



VII. Nye Caleb Martin, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 21 Aug. 1835; a 
tanner; married at Blanford, Mass., 17 Nov. 1859, Caroline C. Cook, dau. 
of Prentice Brown and Elizabeth (Osborn) Cook, of Blanford, where she 
was born 18 Dec. 1833. They settled at Upper Bedford, C. E., and were 
living there in May 1876. He was then justice of the peace, postmaster, 
and mayor of the town of Stanbridge. 

VIII. Clark Corey Martin, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 7 July 1837; 
married Charlotte Could. He enlisted in Colorado, in Co. H, 2d Reg., 
Colorado Cavalry ; and served till the close of the war. They were living 
at New York City in May 1876. 



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8850 



8851 
8852 

8853 
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IX. Richard James Martin, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 27 May 1839; 
a farmer; married at Bedford, C. E., 17 Oct. 1867, by Rev. George 
Slack, Episcopal, to Charlotte Hannah Martin, dau. of Henry and Mary 
(Campbell) Martin, of Stanbridge, where she was born 20 Oct. 1 848. They 
settled at Stanbridge, and were living there in Ap. 1876. 



Chil. of Ora and Catharine (Corey) Blakloy. 

I. Roxana Blakley, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., in 1820; died at Stan- 
bridge in 1841, and was buried there. 

II. Sarah Maria Blakley, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 10 Aug. 1821; 
married there, 15 June 1841, by Rev. Richard Hutchinson, Methodist, to 
Martin Washman Kelley, a cabinet-maker, son of Joseph and Sophia 

(Decker) Kelley, of Phillipsburgh, C. E., where he was born 19 

1821. He died at Stanbridge, 19 Feb. 1847, an ^ was buried there. She 
was married (2d), 1 1 June 1862, at Highgate, Vt, by Rev. Benjamin Cox, 
Methodist, to Benedict Henry Corey, a farmer, son of John and Ruth 
(Corey) Corey, of Hancock, Mass., where he was born 7 Feb. 1800. They 
settled at Bedford, C. E., and were living there in Ap. 1876. 

III. Caleb Corey Blakley, was living at Harrisville, Wis., in Ap. 
1876. 

IV. Zaccheus Albert Blakley, b. at Sabravois, C. E., 20 Ap. 1825; 
died 10 July 1853. 

V. Luke Turner Blakley, b. at Sabravois, C. E.; was living at 
| Stanbridge, C. E., in June 1876. 

VI. John Frederick Blakley, b. at Sabravois, C. E., in May 1827; 
was living at Quebec, C. E., in June 1876, unmarried. 

VII. Truman Francis Blakley, b. at Sabravois, C. E. ; was living 

I at Harrisville, Wis., in Ap. 1876. 

VIII. Ora Sylvester Blakley, b. at Sabravois, C. E., in 1837; mar- 
ried at Stanbridge, C. E., 24 Aug. 1 868, by Rev. Charles P. Dow, Adventist, 
to Adelia West, dau. of Erastus and Electa West, of Jay, Vt. They 
settled at Upper Bedford, C. E., and were living there in Ap. 1876. 

IX. Benjamin Franklin Blakley, b. at Sabravois, C. E. ; was living 
at Binghamton, N. Y., in Ap. 1876.- 



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Chil. of Reuben and Melinda (Reynolds) Corey. 



3085 



I. Paulina Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 30 Ap. 1826 ; married 16561 
there, 15 March 1848, by Rev. Francis N. Jersey, Baptist, to Horatio 
Nelson Bentley, a farmer and wool-grower, son of Thomas and Polly 
(Crawford) Bentley, of Westford, N. Y., where he was born 12 Sept. 181 1. 
They dwelt at Sun Prairie, Wis., from May 1848 to June 1852; at Mazo 
Manie, Wis., till Ap. 1857 ; at Petaluma, Cal., till Dec. 1863 ; then settled 

at Binghamton, Cal., and were living there in June 1876, members of the 
Baptist Church. 

II. Noah Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 14 Nov. 1828; a farmer; 16567 
married at Essex, Vt, 18 Dec. 1855, by Rev. J. D. Sands, Congregational, 

to Sarah Kilburn Potter, dau. of Josiah and Sarah (Worcester) Potter, of 
Essex. They settled at San Francisco, Cal., 2 Feb. 1856; dwelt at Nicasio, 
Cal., till 1861, and at Bloomfield, Cal., till 1872 ; then settled at Pescadero, 
., and were living there in July 1876, members of the Presbyterian 



III. Hiram Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 7 March 1831; a dairy- 
farmer; married at Essex, Vt, 8 Oct. 1856, by Rev. Benjamin Cox, Meth- 
odist Episcopal, to Rosanna Cox Frost, dau. of Abraham and Minerva 
(Enos) Frost, of Essex. She was born at Shoreham, Vt. He left Canada 

Jan. 1852 ; reached California 24 Feb. 1852 ; dwelt in Marin County till 
the Autumn of 1872; and then settled at Salinas, Cal., where they were 
living in June 1876, without children. He was then cultivating a farm of 
seven thousand acres. He has adopted the children of his deceased sister. 

IV. Melinda Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 7 Dec. 1833 ; married at 16572 
St. Armand, C. E., 6 March 1856, by Rev. James Norris, Methodist, to 

y Carleton Reynolds. They settled at Moore's Station, C. E., and 
were living there in June 1876, members of the Methodist Church. 

V. Cynthia Elizabeth Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 1 1 June 1836; 16576 
married at Bloomfield, Cal., 8 Oct. 1857, by Rev. Mr. Cox, Methodist, to 

i Castle Stocking, a blacksmith and carriage-maker, son of Rev. 
Sophronius and Polly (Mattison) Stocking, of Barton, N. Y. He was born 
at Canaan, Penn., 6 Jan. 1826. They dwelt at Bloomfield for fifteen years; 
and then settled at Moro, Cal., where they were still living in June 1876. 

VI. Reuben Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 21 Sept. 1838; a farmer; 16582 
married at Highgate, Vt., 6 Ap. 1863, by Rev. E. H. Squire, Congrega- 
tional, to Jane Elizabeth Rosenberger, dau. of George Edward and Jane 
(Best) Rosenberger, of St. Armand, C. E. She was born at Stanbridge, 6 

1844. They dwelt at Bloomfield, Cal., till 1867; at Two Rocks 



8869 



Whitney Family. 



Valley, Cal., till 1868; at Lakeville, Cal., till 1870; at Sonoma Valley, 
Cal., till 1872; then settled at Buena Vista Ranch, Monterey Co., Cal., 
and were living there in July 1876. 

8864 VII. Adelaide Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., i July 1841; married 
in California, 18 Feb. 1858, by Rev. Mr. Cox, Methodist, to George W. 
Case, a farmer; and settled at Petaluma, Cal., where they were still living 
in June 1876, members of the Congregational Church. 

8865 VIII. Minerva Eliza Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 8 Aug. 1843; 
married at Bloomfield, Cal., 21 June 1860, by Rev. John R. Tansey, Meth- 
odist Episcopal, to Jared Charles Hoag, a farmer, born at Milan, N. Y., 8 
July 1832. They settled at San Francisco, Cal., and were living there in 
June 1876. 

8866 IX. Sarah A. Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 4 Aug. 1845 ; married 
at Bloomfield, Cal., 18 Nov. 1863, by Rev. I. M. Leihy, Methodist Episco- 
pal, to Charles Littlefleld, a butcher. She died at Punta Arenas, Cal., I 
June 1871, and was buried at Bloomfield. He was living at Eureka, Cal., 
in June 1876. 

8867 X. Augusta Felina Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 22 Sept. 1847; 
; married in California, I Jan. 1865, by Rev. Mr. Wiley, Presbyterian, to 

William P. Hall, a farmer, son of Henry Hall, of New London, Conn. 
They settled at Bloomfield, Cal., and were living there in June 1876. 



Chil. of Truman and Permelia (Corey) Blakley. 

8868 I. Charles Robert Blakley, was living at 171 Tenth Avenue, New 
York, in May 1876. 



II. Hannah Blakley, married John McGregor, a baker; and was 
living at New York City in June 1876. 



8870 III. Lucina Blakley, married William McGowan ; and was living at 
Brandon, Vt, in May 1876. 

8871 IV. Earl Blakley, married, and was living in the United States in 
May 1876. 

8872 V. Caleb Joshua Blakley, served in the war of 1861 ; settled in 
the United States ; and is married. 



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VI. Mehetabel Blakley, married 



Taylor, of Highgate Centre, 



VII. Stedman Blakley, a soldier of the war of 1861; was killed by 
a rifle-shot on the James River, Va. 



VIII. 



Blakley, married, and settled in the United States. 



Child of Caleb and Marietta (Hogel) Corey. 
I. Caleb Hascal Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 18 May 1868. 



Chil. of Carleton and Mehetabel (Corey) McCarty. 

Jane Elizabeth McCarty, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 8 Feb. 1830; 
married there, 14 March 1848, by Elder Francis Jersey, Baptist, to Alfred 
Bullis, a farmer and carpenter, son of John and Sarah (Mathews) Bullis, of 
Pike River, C. E., where he was born 16 Sept. 1825. They dwelt at Stan- 
and Pike River, C. E. ; then removed to Sidney, C. W. ; and, in 
1862, settled at Trenton, C. W., where they were still living in June 1876. 

Alexander Taylor McCarty, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., i Oct. 
; a locomotive-engineer; married in the Summer of 1855, at North- 
Vt., Polly Ayer, dau. of Henry Moulton and Ara (Smith) Ayer, of 
rmand East, C. E. He died of consumption, without children, 4 
Dec. 1855, at Stanbridge, and was buried there. She married again, two 
years later ; and, after eight months, died of spinal disease. 

III. John Lorren McCarty, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 28 July 1833 ; a 
carriage- maker ; married at Delaware Water Gap, Penn., 27 Feb. 1869, 
Mary Jane Staples, who was born there, 19 Sept. 1828, dau. of Luke and 
Mary Staples. They settled at Delaware Water Gap, and were living 
there in June 1876. 

IV. Margaret Permelia McCarty, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 23 July 
went with her sister, in 1855, to the 6th Concession of Sidney, 

C. W., where she died of epilepsy in Nov. 1856, unmarried. She was 
buried in the 4th Concession of Sidney. 



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8881 



8882 



8883 



8884 



8885 



8886 



8887 



Whitney Family. 



8888 



V. Carleton McCarty, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 18 Sept. 1837; died 
at Stanbridge, 22 Aug. 1839, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Luke and Esther (Corey) Hitchcock. 

I. Peter McKenny Hitchcock, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 31 July 
1837; married at St. Armand, C. E., 22 Dec. 1857, by Rev. Francis Hunt, 
Methodist, to Elizabeth Frances Cornell, dau. of Alanson and Lovina 
(Morey) Cornell. They were living at Stanbridge Station, C. E., in Ap. 
1876. 



II. Jerusha Hitchcock, married 



Rhlcard ; and was living at 



Upper Mills, near Stanbridge, C. E., in Ap. 1876. 

III. Wilbur Hitchcock, had a family; and was living in California in 
Ap. 1876. 

IV. Esther Hitchcock, had a family ; and was living in the United 
States in Ap. 1876. 



Chil. of Elijah and Alzina (Corey) Spear. 

I. Emily Blakley Spear, b. at Pike River, C. E., 10 Dec. 1833; mar- 
ried there, 6 March 1856, at her father's house, by Elder Francis N. Jersey, 
Baptist, to Asa Bonaparte Attwood, a painter, son of Samuel and Sarah 
(Pierce) Attwood, of Livermore, Me., formerly of Lexington, Me., where 
he was born 20 Dec. 1831. They dwelt at Buckfield, Me., for eight years; 
at New Portland, Me., three years; at Skowhegan, Me., seven years; and 
then moved to St. Helena, Cal., where she died 20 Sept. 1874. He was 
living there in Dec. 1876. 

II. David Alexander Spear, b. at Pike River, C. E., 4 July 1836; 
went to California in 1856, and established the Bear River Ridge dairy- 
ranch, which he was still managing in July 1 876 ; address, Ferndale, Cal. 
He was married in 1870, at San Francisco, Cal., by Rev. H. W. Hunt, 
Meth. Epis., to Julia Burse, of Oxford, Me. They have no children. 

III. Hannah Maria Spear, b. at Pike River, C. E., i Ap. 1840; 
married there, 6 Feb. 1865, at her father's house, George Boomhower, son 
of Jeremiah and Mary (Lint) Boomhower, of Stanbridge, C. E., where he 
was born. She died at Pike River, 5 Aug. 1875, and was buried there. 
He was living at Fairfax, Vt, in Sept. 1876. 



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8890 



8891 



8892 



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IV. Carleton Elijah Spear, b. at Pike River, C. E., 14 Nov. 1844; a 16626 
farmer; married in Maine, 5 May 1868, by Elder C. P. Dow, Adventist, to 

Flora Attwood, dau. of Samuel and Lucy (Pierce) Attwood, of Lewiston, 
Me. After living at Pike River for two years, and at Athens, Me., for 
three years, they settled on Bear River Ridge, Cal., near Ferndale, and 
were living there in July 1876. 

V. Sarah Alzina Spear, b. at Pike River, C. E., 29 Oct. 1848; 16628 
married at Stanbridge, C. E., 8 March 1865, by Elder Charles P. Dow, to 
Frederick Richardson, a farmer, son of Andrew and Jane (Beerworth) 
Richardson, of Clarenceville, C. E., and afterward of Stanstead, C. E. 

They dwelt at Stanbridge till Dec. 1875 ; and then settled at Bear River 
Ridge, near Ferndale, Cal., where they were still living in July 1876. 



Chil. of Martin and Sophia (Kelley) Corey. 

I. Esther Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 21 May 1836; married there, 
30 Oct. 1856, by Elder Francis N. Jersey, Baptist, to William Holmes, a 
farmer, son of John and Jane (Calhoun) Holmes, of Pike River, C. E. 
He was born at Sabravois, C. E., 15 March 1836. They dwelt at Pike 
River for one year ; at Bolton, C. E., four years ; and then settled at 
Stanbridge, where they were still living in Ap. 1876. 

II. Caleb Jeremiah Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 25 Oct. 1837; a 
baker; married at Sterling, Mass., i Sept. 1859, by Rev. Mr. Pratt, Con- 
gregational, to Sarah Augusta Nichols, of Chelmsford, Mass., where she 
was born in Ap. 1838. They dwelt at Stanbridge for two years; at 
Sterling, one year; and then returned to Stanbridge, where she died, 3 
Sept. 1868, and was buried. He was married (2d), 28 Dec. 1868, at 
Bedford, C. E., by Rev. George Slack, Episcopal, to Martha Gibson, dau. 
of Naaman and Mary (Hutchins) Gibson, of New London, C. E. She was 
born at Highgate, Vt, 21 Oct. 1829. They settled at Bedford, and were 
living there in Ap. 1876. 

III. Sarah Mehetabel Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 18 Oct. 1839; 
died at Stanbridge, 6 Feb. 1841, and was buried there. 

IV. Denton Keeler Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 3 June 1842; 
died at New York City, 13 Ap. 1862, and was buried at Stanbridge. 

Chil. of Martin and Laura Maria (Casey) Corey. 

V. Ruth Anna Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 21 March 1845; 
married at West Boylston, Mass., 16 Feb. 1870, by Rev. Francis Cross, 



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16633 



16641 



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8896 



8897 



8898 
8899 



8902 



8903 



8904 



Congregational, to Frank Eugene Foster, a tanner, son of Francis and 
Susan (Packard) Foster, of Troy, N. H., where he was born 30 June 1848. 
They settled at Keene, N. H., and were living there in Ap. 1876. 

VI. Avis Mahala Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., i Sept. 1846; 
married at Keene, N. H., 7 July 1873, by Rev. Cyrus Richardson, Con- 
gregational, to Elmer Horace Fisher, a cabinet-maker, born at Royalton, 
Mass., 6 Aug. 1851, son of Horace and Lucy Jane (Kendall) Fisher. They 
settled at Minneapolis, Minn., and were living there in Ap. 1876. 

VII. Ellen Mehetabel Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 27 Ap. 1850; 
married at Phillipsburgh, C. E., 4 March 1 868, by Rev. Mr. Constable, 
Wesleyan Methodist, to Aaron Reed Martin, an inn-keeper, son of Henry 
and Elizabeth (Drewe) Martin, of St. Sebastian, C. E., where he was born 
30 March 1 843. They dwelt at St. Sebastian for one year ; at Pike River, 
C. E., two years; and then settled at Bedford, C. E., where she died 23 
Sept. 1 874. She was buried at Stanbridge. He was living at St. Armand, 
C. E., in Ap. 1876. 

VIII. Asenath Maria Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 14 July 1851; 
and was living there in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 

IX. Sarah Amelia Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 23 Nov. 1853; 
and was living there in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 



8900 X. Emeroy Elizabeth Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 2 June 1858. 

8901 XI. Martin Joshua Corey, b. at Stanbridge, C. E., 28 Ap. 1866. 



Chil. of Earl Rockwell and Sophia (Oviatt) Delano. 

I. Eliza Delano, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 19 Jan. 1834; married there, 
26 Oct. 1859, Rodman Clark Greene, a physician, born at Weybridge, Vt., 
4 Sept. 1833. He graduated in medicine at Cleveland, Ohio. She died 
17 Oct. 1860; and he married (2d), 5 March 1862, her sister, Mary Delano. 

II. Mary Delano, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 8 Sept. 1837; married, 5 
March 1862, Rodman Clark Greene, whose first wife was her sister, Eliza 
Delano. He died at Cornwall, Vt., 9 Feb. 1866. She was living with her 
father, at Shoreham, in Ap. 1876. 



1341 



16642 



16644 



3093 



16647 



III. Frank Delano, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 28 Ap. 1840; a farmer; 16649 
married at Randolph, Vt, i Nov. 1870, Flora Sarah Camp, dau. of Eli 



1342 



8905 
8906 



8907 



8908 



8909 



8910 



8911 



Right h Generation. 



and Sarah (Dickerman) Camp. They settled at Randolph, and were living 
there in Ap. 1 876. 

IV. Cordon Alfred Delano, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 19 March 1852. 

V. Warner Delano, b. at Shoreham, Vt, 8 May 1856. 



Child of George and Sarah Maria (Lynes) Rockwell. 
I. Daniel Lynes Rockwell, was living at Dover, Del., in June 1873. 



Child of Eli and Adelia Ann (Smith) Rockwell. 

I. Belinda Rockwell, married Edward Townsend, a merchant; and 
settled in New York City, where they were still living in June 1873. They 
have several children, but the compiler was unable to obtain any informa- 
tion concerning them. 



Chll. of John and Eliza (Wildman) Fry. 



3113 



3H4 



3117 



I. Charles Wildman Fry, b. at Danbury, Conn., 3 Dec. 1818 ; mar- 16650 
ried there, 29 March 1843, Harriet Hull Fanton, born at Weston, Conn., 14 

Nov. 1821. She died at Danbury, 25 Sept. 1 868, and was buried in 
Wooster Cemetery. He married (2d), at Brookfield, Conn., 6 June 1871, 
Jenny Bradley, born at Brookfield, 8 March 1841, dau. of Ormand and Julia 
(Hamlin) Bradley. He lived at Danbury, with his father, in July 1873. 

II. Cornelius Augustus Fry, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 June 1821; 
and died there, 7 Oct. 1842, unmarried. 

III. Mary Elizabeth Fry, b. at Danbury, Conn., 30 Aug. 1823 ; mar- 16656; 
ried there, 29 Nov. 1844, Charles Nicholas Lockwood, a trader, born at 

Troy, N. Y., son of Hanford Nicholas and Rachel (Wildman) Lockwood. 
They settled at Troy. She died at Danbury, 27 Sept. 1864, and was 
buried at Troy. 

IV. Olivia Frances Fry, b. at Danbury, Conn., 12 Dec. 1827 ; married 16659 
there, 22 Feb. 1852, William Jarvis Rider, a dentist, of Danbury, where he 

was born 13 March 1827, son of William Harvey and Adelia (Howes) 
Rider, g. son of John and Mary (Jarvis) Rider, and g. g. son of John 



8914 



8 9 i; 



Whitney Family. 



Rider, who was born at Southeast, N. Y., 28 March 1760. They resided 
at Danbury in 1873. 

8913 V. Elias Benedict Fry, b. at Danbury, Conn., 22 Ap. 1830; and 
died there, 24 Dec. 1831. 



VI. Rachel Ann Fry, b. at Danbury, Conn., 19 Aug. 1832; and died 
there, 21 Feb. 1863, of consumption, unmarried. 



Chil. of Henry Benedict and Margaret (McAlpine) Wildman. 

8915 I. Henrietta Pelletreau Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 28 Oct. 

1829; married there, I Sept. 1853, Theodore Lyon, a farmer and hatter, 
born at Norwalk, Conn., 3 1 Jan. 1 830, son of Zalmon and Affiable (Scougall) 
Lyon. They lived on her father's homestead, at Miry Brook, Danbury, in 
July 1873. 

8916 II. George Washington Wildman, b. at Newark, N. J., 27 May 
1832; a farmer and hatter; died at Danbury, Conn., 25 Oct. 1861, un- 
married. 



Child of Charles Ames and Amanda (Purdy) Wildman. 

I. Mary Benedict Wildman, b. at Miry Brook, Danbury, Conn., 26 
Sept. 1838; married there, 20 March 1855, Thomas West, a natter, who 
was born in England. They settled at Miry Brook ; where she died, 14 Feb. 
1860, and was buried. 



1343 



3118 
16665 



3H9 
16668 



Chil. of Horace Trowbridge and Catharine Isabella (Ely) Wildman. 3 1 2O 

8918 I. Edgar Ely Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 24 Feb. 1831; died 
at Cincinnati, Ohio, 8 Aug. 1849. 

8919 II. Eliakim Edwards Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 4 Ap. 1834; 16671 
a plasterer; married at New York City, 3 May 1 858, Harriet Ann Raymond, 

dau. of William Henry and Hannah Green (Perigrew) Raymond, of New 
York, where she was born 14 May 1840. They were living at Yonkers, 
N. Y., in 1873. 

8920 III. James Beach Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 6 Sept. 1838; | 16676 
a trader; married at Danbury, 26 Oct. 1859, Mary Catharine Raymond, 






1344 



8921 



8921: 



8922 



8923 



8924 



8925 



8926 



Righth Generation. 



dau. of John Davenport and Eliza Prime (Raymond) Raymond, of 
Danbury, where she was born 8 Oct. 1843. They dwelt at Danbury in 

1873- 

IV. Rachel Ann Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 July 1843 ; 16677 
married there, 25 Sept. 1866, William Webb Sunderland, a builder, born 

at Somers, N. Y., 13 Aug. 1839, son of Ulysses and Sarah (Reynolds) 
Sunderland. They dwelt at Danbury in 1873. 

V. George William Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 26 Oct. 1849; 
died there, 26 Ap. 1850, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 



V. Mary Starr, b. at Danbury, Conn., 5 March 1828; married Noah 
Knapp Barnum, son of Darius Barnum. He was a prosperous merchant 
of Savannah, Ga., at the beginning of the rebellion in 1861; and, after 
great suffering, worked his way north, and reached the free States. He 
was employed, in July 1873, in the office of the Christian Intelligencer, 
New York, and lived at 97 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1 See the Andrews Memorial, p. 199. 



Chil. of Rory and Sarah (Benedict) Starr. 3122 

I. William Starr, b. at Danbury, Conn., 12 Aug. 1813; a printer; 
died at Bridgeport, Conn., 13 Nov. 1830, and was buried in Wooster 
Cemetery, Danbury. 

II. George Starr, b. at Danbury, Conn., 26 Aug. 1815; married at 16680 
Ridgebury, Conn., 17 Oct. 1836, Mary Emeline Wildman, born at Bing- 3135 
hamton, N. Y., 10 July 1812, dau. of John Rockwell and Electa (Curtis) 
Wildman. He was a manufacturer of packing-boxes, hat-blocks, and 
fur-machinery, at Danbury, in 1873 ; and had represented that town in the 
Conn. Legislature in 1858 and 1861. 

III. Peter Starr, b. at Danbury, Conn., 23 May 1820; died there, 7 
March 1823, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

IV. Benedict Starr, b. at Danbury, Conn., 4 Aug. 1822; graduated 16681 
at Wesleyan University in 1845; married Frances E. Andrews, born at 
Danbury, 7 Nov. 1819, dau. of Oliver and Eliza (Ferry) Andrews. 1 He 

is a teacher; and lived at Seven Miles, near Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1873, where 
he conducted a boarding-school for boys, known as Starr's Institute. 



16683 






8927 
8928 

8929 



8930 

8931 
8932 

8933 
8934 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Lemuel Wildman and Jerusha Russell (ives) Benedict. 

I. George Ives Benedict, b. i Sept. 1815 ; died 15 Oct. 1815. 

II. Mary Ann Benedict, b. 28 Nov. 1816; married, 27 Sept. 1837, 
John Augustus Rodgers, who died 2 Jan. 1857 ; married (2d), 5 May 1862, 
Harvey S. Weld; and lived at Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1870.' 

III. Frederick Wolcott Benedict, b. at Danbury, Conn., 19 Sept. 

! 1821 ; married, 17 Jan. 1842, Susan D. Squires, of Weston, Conn., who 
was born I Aug. 1821, dau. of Ebenezer T. and Mary Squires. He resided 
at Danbury in 1870.' 

Chil. of George and Nancy (Force) Benedict. 2 

I. Eunice Benedict, b. 24 Ap. 1817; d. 30 July 1817. 

II. John Force Benedict, b. 26 Oct. 1818; d. 8 Dec. i-SiS. 

III. George Benedict, b. 4 Ap. 1823 ; d. 20 Ap. 1823. 

IV. Susan De Forest Benedict, b. 12 Oct. 1824; married, 21 June 
1842, Samuel Dayton, of New York. 

V. Andrew Fuller Benedict, b. 5 Feb. 1829; married, i Dec. 1852, 
Isabella Pearson, born at London, England, 19 Oct. 1832, dau. of Joseph 
and Isabella (Pollard) Pearson; and lived at New York City in 1870. 



1345 



3124 



16685 



1 See the Benedict Genealogy, p. 395. 



* See the Benedict Genealogy, p. 396. 



3125 



16692 



Chll. of William Bradley and Elizabeth Field (Beard) Wildman. 3127 

8935 I. Isabella Beard Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 15 Oct. 1831; 
a teacher ; married at Danbury, Morris Wakeman Lyon, of Fairfield, 
Conn. He grad. at Yale College in 1846; and lived at 63 Lexington 
Avenue, New York, in 1873, conducting a school at the corner of Broad- 
way and 22d Street. They have no children. 

8936 II. John William Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 8 Aug. 1834; a! 16699 
dealer in wool; married at Ogdensburgh, N. Y., 22 Nov. 1865, Alice 
Lavinia Rockwell, who was born there, 15 Feb. 1841, dau. of Henry and 
Harriet Atwood (Newell) Rockwell. He lived at Danbury in 1873. 



1346 



8937 



8938 



8939 



894 



8941 



8942 



8943 



8944 



8945 



Eighth Generation. 



III. Alfred Adoniram Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 21 Dec. | 16700 
1838; married there, 19 Dec. 1867, Ellen Watkins Delliker, born at 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 11 March 1847, dau. of Leonard Neighbor and Julia 
Elvira (Wildman) Delliker. He is a manufacturer of hats, and lived at 
Danbury in 1873. 



Chil. of John Frink and Lois Ann (Wildman) Beard. 

I. Edwin Wildman Beard, b. at Lanesborough, Mass., 24 June 
1827; died at Danbury, Conn., 8 Aug. 1843, and was buried in Wooster 
Cemetery. 

II. William Spencer Beard, b. at Danbury, Conn., i Ap. 1829; 
died there, 3 Oct. 1848, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

III. Martha Maria Beard, b. at Danbury, Conn., 21 Feb. 1833; 16701 
married there, 4 Feb. 1858, Philip Wheeler Somers, of Burlington, Iowa, 

a hatter, born at Newtown, Conn. He lived at Galesburgh, 111., in July 
1873, engaged as a travelling salesman. 

IV. John Payson Beard, b. at Danbury, Conn., 21 March 1836; 
married at Brookfield, Conn., 9 May 1861, Susan Higby, born at Bridge- 
water, Conn., dau. of Capt Higby; and lived at Danbury in 1873, 
without children. 



V. Mary Ann Beard, b. at Danbury, Conn., 16 Sept. 1839; married 
there, 6 Oct. 1858, Samuel C. Hoi ley, a hatter, born at Brookfield, Conn., 
son of Daniel Holley ; and resided at Danbury in 1 873. 



Chil. of Oliver and Sophronia (Wildman) Stone. 

I. Mary Emeline Stone, b. at Danbury, Conn., 23 Ap. 1830; was, for 
eighteen years, a teacher at Newark, N. J. ; and lived at Danbury in 1873, 
unmarried. 

II. Margaret Electa Stone, b. at Danbury, Conn., 27 May 1832; 



16704 



VI. James Bradley Beard, b. at Danbury, Conn., 30 Ap. 1842;! 16707 
married at Council Bluffs, Iowa, 29 Sept. 1868, Julia M. Dodge, born at 
Peabody, Mass. He had, in July 1873, spent six years on the plains, as 
captain of trains ; and then lived at Shreveport, La., a receiver and 
forwarder of materials and supplies for the Texas and Pacific Railroad. 



3133 



16709 



8946 



8947 



8948 



8950 



895' 

8952 
8953 
8954 

8955 



Whitney Family. 



married there, 10 June 1862, William Harvey Starr, a farmer, born at 
Danbury, 8 June 1831, son of Levi and Loretta (Barnes) Starr. He lived 
at Danbury in July 1873. 



Chil. of David De Forest and Fanny (Bishop) Wlldman. 

I. Harriet Rebecca Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 20 Aug. 
1830; married there, 14 Sept. 1853, George Benjamin Hart, an accountant, 
born at Guilford, Conn., 2 1 Ap. 1 83 1 , son of George and Clarissa (Parmelee) 
Hart. They settled at Cincinnati, Ohio ; but returned to Danbury, where 
she died 12 May 1857, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. He died at 
Bridgeport, Conn., 8 June 1861. 

II. Ann Augusta Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 17 Dec. 1831; 
died there, 1 1 July 1844, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

III. Elizabeth Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 2 May 1835; and 
lived there, with her mother, unmarried, in 1873. 



8949 IV. Mary Wildman, b. at Danbury, Conn., 11 June 1839; and lived 
there, with her mother, unmarried, in 1873. 



V. Arthur De Forest, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 Sept. 1845 > married 
there, 13 Jan. 1869, Leora Campbell Cowperthwaite, born in New York 
City, 31 Oct. 1846, dau. of George and Mary (Topping) Cowperthwaite. 
He was a salesman with James Wilde, Jr., & Co., 314-316 Broadway, N.Y., 
and lived at 13 Grove Place, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1873. 



Chil. of Ebenezer and Fanny (Sprague) Foster. 

I. Josephine Foster, married George Hlne; and was living at South- 
east, N. Y., in Nov. 1873. 



II. - 

III. 

IV. 



Foster, married Tweed, of Danbury, Conn. 

- Foster, married George Raymond, of Southeast, N. Y. 



Southeast, N. Y. 



Foster, married 



Hawes, son of Nathan Hawes, of 



V. Francis Foster, a trader, was living at Brewster's Station, N. Y., 
in Nov. 1873. 



1347 



3'37 
16710 



16712 



3138 



8957 



8 9 59 



8960 



8961 



8962 



8963 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Benjamin and Elizabeth (McFarden) Fowler. 

I. William Forrester Fowler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 9 Ap. 1811 ; 
a farmer; married at Southeast, N. Y., 13 March 1833, Matilda Brush, 
born at Southeast, n Aug. 1814, dau. of Platt Vaill and Esther (Crane) 
Brush. He lived on the homestead of his father, at Southeast, in 1873. 

II. Wells Barsley Fowler, b. at Southeast, N. Y., n Dec. 1813; 
died there, 14 June 1827, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery, Ridge- 
bury, Conn. 



16714 



Chil. of Alanson and Esther (Rockwell) Birchard. 3H9 

I. John Francis Birchard, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 19 Feb. 1819; a 16717 
dealer in furniture; married at New York City, 19 Oct. 1841, Caroline 
Elizabeth Fanning, dau. of Solomon and (Morrill) Fanning, of 

New York, where she was born. She died at New York, 16 March 1842, 
and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. He married (2d), 1 5 Sept. 1 849, 
Harriet Amelia Fanning, a sister of his first wife; and settled at Milwau- 
kee, Wis., where they were still living in Nov. 1873, on Wisconsin Street. 

II. Lyman Henry Birchard, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1823; aj 16720 
farmer; married at Ludingtonville, N. Y., 5 May 1846, Abby Jane Luding- 

ton, dau. of Frederick and Susan (Griffin) Ludington, of Ludingtonville, 
where she was born 20 June 1827. They settled at Carmel, and were 
living there in Nov. 1873. 



Chil. of John Talcott and Sarah (Benedict) Rockwell. 3'5O 

I. Daniel Benedict Rockwell, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 6 Nov. 1827; 16721 
a farmer; married at Reading, Conn., 13 Dec. 1848, Sarah Chapman, of 
Reading, dau. of David and Eliza (Reed) Chapman ; and lived at Pound- 
ridge, N. Y., in 1873. 

II. Mary Esther Rockwell, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 29 June 1830; 
died there, 12 Dec. 1831, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 

III. Polly Maria Rockwell, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 8 Jan. 1833 ; 16724 
married there, 31 Dec. 1854, George Boughton, a trader, born at Ridge- 
bury, 29 Nov. 1824. He was the postmaster of Ridgebury in 1873. 



IV. Oril Amelia Rockwell, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 5 May 1844; 



16727 



8 9 6 4 
8965 



8966 



8967 



8968 



8969 



Whitney Family. 



married at Brookfield, Conn., 7 Oct. 1863, Emmon Hawley, a farmer, born 
at Brookfield, 6 May 1833, son of Benjamin and Betsey (Peck) Hawley. 
He lived at Danbury, Conn., in 1873. 



Chil. of Samuel Darling and Orll Janes (Sherman) Rockwell. 

I. Samuel Sherman Rockwell, b. at New York City, 25 Sept 
1835 ; died there, 7 Feb. 1839, and was buried at Ridgebury, Conn. 

II. John William Rockwell, b. at New York City, 26 March 1838; 
a coal-shipper; married at Yonkers, N. Y., 22 Oct. 1862, Phebe Boyce 
Waring, dau. of Jarvis Augustus and Nancy Odell (Boyce) Waring, of 
Yonkers. She was born at Greenburgh, N. Y., in Nov. 1841. They were 
living in Ashburton Avenue, Yonkers, in Nov. 1873 ; his place of business 
being then at 1 1 1 Broadway, New York. 

III. George Sigourney Rockwell, b. at New York City, 30 March 
1840; a salesman; settled at Milwaukee, Wis.; enlisted there, in 1862, as 
private in Co. B, 23d Reg., Wis. Vol. Infantry, and was appointed a 
sergeant at the organization of the company. He was mortally wounded 
and captured, 29 Dec. 1 862, on the first day of the battle of Stone River ; 
was retaken on the 3Oth ; and died 3 1 Dec. 1 862. He was buried on the 
battle-field; and was re-interred, 15 Feb. 1863, in Yonkers Cemetery. He 
was unmarried. 

IV. Frances Elizabeth Rockwell, b. at New York City, 9 Jan. 
1843; married at Yonkers, N. Y., 22 July 1861, William Odell, son of 
Cornelius Mandeville and Jane Devore (Odell) Odell, of Yonkers, where 
he was born 26 March 1840. He grad. at the University of the City of 
New York, in 1860; was engaged in the flour-trade, in that city; and died 
there, of consumption, 4 Feb. 1 869. He was buried in his father's vault, 
in Yonkers Cemetery. She married (2d), at Yonkers, 25 Ap. 1877, John 
H. Riker, a lawyer, of New York City. 

V. Julius Talcott Rockwell, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 6 Feb. 1846; a 
dealer in lumber; married at Yonkers, 13 Oct. 1870, Imogene Jones, dau. 
of Alfred and Louisa (Major) Jones, of the same place. She was born at 
New York City, in May 1846. They were living on Woodworth Avenue, 
Yonkers, in Nov. 1873 ; his place of business being at the corner of Wells 
Avenue and River Street. 

VI. Helen Sherman Rockwell, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 27 Ap. 1851; 
died at Yonkers, 14 July 1853, and was buried there. 



1349 



16730 



16733 



16734 



1350 Righ th Genera tion . 

Chil. of Runa Rockwell and Dorinda (Adee) Boughton. 

8970 I. Gertrude Minerva Boughton, b. at New York City, 8 Ap. 1827; 
died there, 13 Sept. 1836, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

8971 II. Lucy Adelaide Boughton, b. at New York City, in 1831 ; mar- 
ried there, in Oct. 1860, William Henry Myers, a confectioner, of Brooklyn, 
N. Y. They were living at 389 Monroe Street, Brooklyn, in Nov. 1873, 
without children. 

8972 III. Daniel Webster Boughton, b. at New York City, 21 Aug. 
1835 ; died there, 23 Dec. 1836, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

8973 IV. Gertrude Augusta Boughton, b. at Victory, N. Y., in March 
1837; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1877, Samuel Allen Tabor, son 
of William Tabor, of Scipio, N. Y., where they were living in March 1877. 

8974 V. Eliza Runa Anna Boughton, b. at New York City, 26 July 
1842 ; died there, in Allen Street, 1 1 Ap. 1850, and was buried in Green- 
wood Cemetery. 

Chil. of William Leeson and Diana Ann (Morton) Boughton. 

8975 I. Charles Augustus Boughton, b. at Victory, N. Y., 13 July 
1841 ; married at Chicago, 111., 3 Nov. 1864, Sarah Aurora Field, born in 
Vermont, dau. of Sargeant and Sarah Field. They were living at Ottawa, 
Kansas, in Jan. 1877. He enlisted, in July 1861, at Camp Douglas, 
Chicago, in the 42d Reg. of 111. Volunteers, and was discharged at Wash- 
ington, D. C., in Sept. 1864. 

8976 II. Helen Amelia Boughton, b. at Clyde, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1844; 
married at Waterford, Wis., 17 Ap. 1866, John T. Rice, who was born 
there, son of Ira A. and Aurelia (Caldwell) Rice. They were living at 
Waterford in Jan. 1877. 

Chil. of William Leeson and Mary Eliza (Coodell) Boughton. 

8977 III. William Ellsworth Boughton, b. at New Brunswick, N. J., 26 
June 1861. 

8978 IV. Clarence Edward Boughton, b. at Elizabeth, N. J., 25 Feb. 
1863. 

8979 V. Mary Melinda Boughton, b. at Elizabeth, N. J., 13 Aug. 1864. 



3154 



3156 
'6735 



16739 



3156 



8980 



8981 



8982 



8983 



8984 



8985 



8986 



8987 



Whitney Family. 

Chil. of James and Eliza Jane (Terhune) Boughton. 

I. Emma Eliza Boughton, b. at New York City, 22 June 1846; 
married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1866, Isaac Leroy Allen, a rope- 
manufacturer, son of Darius and Juljet (Beardsley) Allen, of Brooklyn, 
where he was born 29 Dec. 1842. They settled at Brooklyn, E. D., and 
were living there in Nov. 1873. They dwelt at Rockville Centre, L. I., in 
Jan. 1877. 

II. Louise Adelaide Boughton, b. at New York City, 30 Sept. 
1851; married at her father's house, 207 Keap Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 10 
June 1875, Benjamin Franklin Wetherby, a travelling salesman, born at 
Victory, N. Y., son of John and Sarah Wetherby. They dwelt with her 
parents in Jan. 1 877. 

III. Ella Rockwell Boughton, b. at New York City, u Dec. 1854; 
and was living with her parents, unmarried, in Jan. 1877. 



Chil. of Lyman and Maria (Forrester) Keeler. 3 '59 

I. William Forrester Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 31 Oct. 1825; 
died at Danbury, Conn., 3 May 1843, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

II. Sarah Jane Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 29 May 1829; and 
resided with her parents, at Danbury, Conn., unmarried, in 1873. 

III. Martha Matilda Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 Dec. 1834; 
died there, 26 July 1836, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

IV. Emily Davis Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 6 Nov. 1837; married 16746 
there, 8 July 1863, Isaac Wllcox Ives, a dealer in lumber, born at Danbury, 

9 May 1835, son of George and Sarah (Wilcox) Ives. He lived at 
Danbury in 1873. 

V. Rufus Lyman Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 19 Ap. 1842; a 
salesman; resided in New York City, unmarried, in 1873. 



Chil. of Wallace Dann and Mary (May) Keeler. 
I. George Keeler, lived in Michigan in 1 873, a hotel-keeper. 



3158 
'6743 



16745 



3'6o 



1352 



8989 



8991 



8992 



8993 



8994 



8 9 95 



8997 
8998 



Eighth Generation. 



II. Janet Keeier, is married ; and lived with her mother, in New 
Haven, Ohio, in 1873. 

There were several other children in this household, who died in infancy, 
and concerning whom no information has been obtained. 



Chil. of John and Sally Jeanette (Lyon) Keeier. 

I. Ellen Keeier, b. at Wilton, Conn., 29 May 1831; married at Dan- 
bury, Conn., 22 Feb. 1857, Abel Bennett Cray, a natter, born at Newtown, 
Conn., 4 March 1831, son of Talman and Nancy (Shepard) Gray; and 
settled at Danbury, where he died, of consumption, 9 Nov. 1868, and was 
buried in Wooster Cemetery. She was living on her father's homestead, 
at Danbury, in Nov. 1873. 

II. Agnes Keeier, b. at Danbury, Conn., 28 Feb. 1833; and was living 
there in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

III. Keeier, a son, not named, b. at Danbury, Conn., 15 June 

1841 ; died 1 6 June 1841 ; was buried in the old Division Street Cemetery, 
and moved in 1 868 to Wooster Cemetery. 

IV. Francis Wakeman Keeier, b. at Danbury, Conn., 4 Sept. 1842; 
and was living there in Nov. 1873, unmarried; a printer, in the office of 
the Danbury News. 



Chil. of Albert and Harriet (Myers) Keeier. 

I. Charles Keeier, married at Cleveland, Ohio ; was superintendent 
of U. S. Express Co., at New York City, in July 1873 ; no further inform- 
ation obtained. 

II. John Myers Keeier, was cashier of the Yonkers National Bank, 
Yonkers, N. Y., in Oct. 1873; further information refused with great 
vehemence. 

III. Josephine Keeier, died when about five years old; and was 
buried at Yonkers, N. Y. 

IV. Albert Keeier, lived at Yonkers, N. Y., with his father, in July 
1873, at which date he was "twenty-one years old." 



3161 
16747 



3163 



8999 



9000 



9001 



9002 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Daniel Howes and Jeannette (Keeler) Ferguson. 

I. Elbreannah Ferguson, b. 2 May 1839; died at Norwalk, Conn., 
15 June 1842, and was buried at Danbury, Conn., in the graveyard behind 
the jail. 

II. Frances Ann Ferguson, b. 17 Ap. 1841; died at Norwalk, 
Conn., 8 July 1842, and was buried at Danbury, Conn., in the graveyard 
behind the jail. 

III. Elbert Ferguson, died of consumption, unmarried, at Portland, 
Oregon, aged about 21 years. 

IV. James Frederick Ferguson, married at Baker City, Oregon, 






Jenny 

in 1873. 



-, a teacher, from Vermont. They lived at Lone Pine, Cal., 



9003 V. Margaret St. John Ferguson, married at Portland, Oregon, 
Edwin Reynolds, a trader, of Portland. They lived at Baker City, Oregon, 
in 1873. 



9004 
9005 

9006 
9007 

9008 
9009 
9010 



Chil. of William Obed and Abigail (Clark) Keeler. 

I. Ella Keeler, died at Chicago, 111., of fever, a few months after 
marriage. 

II. William Pell Keeler, lived at Chicago, 111., in 1873 ; a cashier in 
a large mercantile house. 

III. Ward Benedict Keeler, died at Chicago, 111. 

IV. Keeler, a son, died in infancy. 

V. Fanny Keeler, twin, lived with her parents, at Chicago, 111., in 1873. 

VI. Keeler, twin, a son, died in infancy. 

VII. Keeler, a son, died in infancy. 



Chil. of Alfred Hamlln and Marietta (Keeler) Hyatt. 

901 1 I. George Perry Hyatt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 13 May 1845; died at 
Danbury, Conn., i Feb. 1848, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 



no 



1353 



3'66 



3167 



1354 



9OI2 



9013 



9014 



9015 



9016 



9017 

9018 
9019 



9020 



9021 



Right h Generation. 



II. Edward Francis Hyatt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 12 July 1846; 
died there, 15 Ap. 1866, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

III. Wallace Keeler Hyatt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 8 May 1848; a 
hatter; married Helen Lewis, dau. of Frederick and Adeline (Wildman) 
Lewis. They were living at Danbury in Nov. 1873. 

IV. William Perry Hyatt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 July 1851; was a 
seaman on the U. S. sloop Congress in Nov. 1873; unmarried. 

V. Nettie Irene Hyatt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 May 1861. 



Child of Ransom Russell Keeler. 
I. Belle Keeler, b. about 1860. 

Chil. of Amos and Eliza (Peck) Dann. 

I. Julia Maria Dann, married Sylvester Davis, a salesman, of New 

York City, who died at Avon, N. Y.; married (2d) Rea ; and lived 

in Michigan in 1873. 

II. Ceorgiana Dann, married, and lived in Illinois in 1873. 

III. Louisa Dann, married Charles May, an express and ticket-agent 
at Bath, N. Y.; and had two daughters in 1873, names not communicated. 



Child of Joseph and Sarah Elizabeth (Keeler) Prindle. 

I. Charles Bradley Prindle, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 29 July 1841 ; 
a trader; married Fidelia Ferguson, who was born at Ridgebury, dau. of 
David and Mariette (Gregory) Ferguson. He lived at Mill Plain, Danbury, 
Conn., in 1873. 



Chil. of Nehemiah Bradley and Esther (Rundle) Keeler. 

I. Harriet Amelia Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., in May 1847; mar- 
ried Theodore Bailey; and lived at Patterson, N. Y., in 1873, without 
children. 



9022 



9023 



Whitney Family. 



9025 
9026 
9027 

9028 



II. Orville Rundle Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 1 1 Oct. 1849; died 
there, 18 Sept. 1864, and was buried at Ridgebury, Conn. 

III. Edna Maria Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 10 Nov. 1861 ; died 



there, 19 Sept. 1864, and was buried at Ridgebury, Conn. 
9024 IV. Esther Ann Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn. 



Chil. of Legrand and Sarah Elizabeth Marquand (Bradley) Keeler. 



1355 



i. 

day. 



Keeler, a son, b. at Ridgebury, Conn.; and died on the same 



II. Ransom Wakeman Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 10 Dec. 
1855 ; and lived there, with his father, in 1873. 

III. Cora Bell Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 2 July 1858; died 
there, 3 Oct. 1863, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 



Chil. of Legrand and Violet (Scofleld) Keeler. 



IV. 



Keeler, a son, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 7 June 1864; and 

died on the same day. 



3189 



3189 



yu^y 

9030 
9031 
9032 

9033 

9034 
9035 


v. vviiiiciiii Dt?ii ivooicr, i>. ,u ixiugcuuiy, x^uiiu., lu ocpi. iouj, uicu 

there, 28 Nov. 1865, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 
VI. Keeler, a son, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., in 1866; died young. 
VII. Mary Amelia Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 22 July 1868. 
VIII. Edward Morton Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 3 Dec. 1870. 


3190 


Chil. of John Platt and Eliza Ann (Mead) Keeler. 


died 25 Dec. 1860, "aged 26 hours." 
II. Addy Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 7 March 1862. 
III. Nelly Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 17 Jan. 1864. 



1356 
9036 

9037 
9038 
9039 



9040 



9041 



9042 
9043 
9044 



9045 



9046 
9047 



Eighth Generation. 



IV. Jessie Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 17 March 1866. 

V. Harriet Elizabeth Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 27 Ap. 1868. 

VI. John Wesley Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 19 May 1870. 

VII. Simeon Skillin Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 5 Aug. 1872. 



Chil. of Halcyon Gilbert and Emily (Keeler) Bailey. 

I. Annie Keeler Bailey, b. at 91 South Third Street, Williamsburgh, 
N. Y., 6 Nov. 1855 ; lived with her mother, at Ridgebury, Conn., in Nov. 
1874, unmarried. 

II. Clayton Wall Bailey, b. in Second Street, Williamsburgh, N.Y., 
8 July 1858; died at Ridgebury, Conn., 15 Nov. 1863, and was buried in 
Ridgebury Cemetery. 



Chil. of Charles Bennett and Adelaide (Mead) Keeler. 

I. Orville Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 1 1 Jan. 1866 or 1867. 

II. Charles Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 5 Oct. 1870. 

III. Adelaide Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 4 Oct. 1871. 

Child of Hiram and Sarah Ann (Rockwell) Keeler. 

I. Ethelbert Brush Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., about 1845 ; a 
carpenter and joiner; married, and lived at Danby, or Ithaca, N. Y., in 
1873- 



I. 



Chil. of Zophar Brush and Hannah E. (Terry) Keeler. 
Keeler, a daughter, died in infancy. 



II. Elmer Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 23 Jan. 1854; and lived 
there, with his father, in 1873. 



9048 



9049 
9050 
9051 
9052 

9053 



Whitney Family. 



9054 



9055 



9056 
9057 



Child of Lyman and Harriet (Davis) Keeler. 

I. Mervin Davis Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn.; a clerk; lived in New 
York City in 1873. 



Chii. of John and Sarah Eleanor (Keeler) Lobdeli. 

I. Justina Eleanor Lobdeli. 

II. Joanna Frances Lobdeli. 

III. Jessie Clotilde Lobdeli. 

IV. Grace Lobdeli. 



Child of George Bennett and Hattle Amanda (Could) Keeler. 

I. Elliott Ellsworth Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 12 Ap. 1862; 
and died there, 13 Aug. 1863. 



Child of 



and Eliza (Resseguie) Hallock. 



I. Silas Hallock, dwelt at, or near, Kaneville, 111., in 1873. 



Child of Ezra and Jane (Burridge) Keeler. 



Chll. of Ward and Barbara Ann (Kimbrough) Keeler. 

I. John Sanford Keeler, b. at Hot Springs, Ark., 30 Dec. 1847; 
died 7 Aug. 1848. 

II. William Gordon Keeler, b. at Rockport, Ark., i May 1849; a 



'357 



3196 



3198 



3'99 



3206 



3212 



I. George Burridge Keeler, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 4 March 1841; ! 16752 
a millwright and sawyer; married at Chicago, 111., 17 June 1868, by the | 
Rev. Dr. Ravlin, to Wlary Hocking, dau. of Francis and Sarah (Retalick) 
Hocking, of Camborne, Cornwall, England, where she was born 24 June 
1847. They settled at Greenwich, and were still living there in Dec. 1875. 



3215 



1358 



9058 

9059 
9060 

9061 
9062 

9063 
9064 
9065 



9066 



9067 



Eighth Generation. 



surveyor, stock-drover, and farmer ; was living on his father's homestead, 
at Iredell, Texas, in July 1876, unmarried. He was appointed postmaster 
at Iredell in 1 868 ; held the office for two years ; and has been deputy- 
sheriff. 

III. Charles Lewis Keeler, b. in Texas, 6 March 1850; died un- 
married, at Waco, Texas, 29 March 1873, and was buried at Iredell, Texas, 
near his parents. 

IV. Cordelia Ann Keeler, b. at Springfield, Texas, 7 Feb. 1853; 
died at Springfield, 12 Aug. 1853, and was buried there. 



V. Ora Henry Keeler, b. at Springfield, Texas, 2 Aug. 1854; married 
at Iredell, Texas, 2O Dec. 1871, James Henry Smith, an engineer, born in 
Randolph Co., Ala., 29 March 1850, son of Russell and Polly (Smith) 
Smith. They settled at Iredell, and were living there in July 1876. 



VI. David McMahon Keeler, b. in Bosque Co., Texas, 7 Dec. 1857; 
and was living at Iredell, Texas, in July 1876. 

VII. Rebecca Caroline Keeler, b. at Meridian, Texas, i March 
1859. 

VIII. Ira Burr Keeler, b. at Meridian, Texas, 31 Jan. 1861. 

IX. George Washington Keeler, b. at Meridian.Texas, 22 Ap. 1 863. 

X. Minnie Elizabeth Keeler, b. at Iredell, Texas, 8 Sept. 1868. 



Chil. of Stephen Sanford and Amelia Benton (North) Keeler. 

I. Emily Celia Keeler, b. at Lexington, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1835; died at 
Lexington, 5 July 1835, and was buried there. 

II. Mary Augusta Keeler, b. at Catskill, N. Y., 23 Feb. 1836; 
married at her father's house, in Antioch, Ark., by her father, to Harrison 
Oiler, a farmer, son of Arthur and Rebecca (Allen) Oiler, of Scott Co., 
Ark. He was born near Bowling Green, Ky., 16 Oct. 1830. They 
settled in Park's township, Scott Co., Ark., where they dwelt till 10 Aug. 
1863 ; then went to Park's township, Yell Co., Ark., and lived there till 3 
Sept. 1867; moved thence to Cedar Creek, Ark., where they remained 
till 25 Dec. 1867 ; and finally settled at Hot Springs, Ark., which was still 
their home in March 1876. She is a member of the Free Baptist Church. 



16755 



3216 



16757 



Whitney Family. 



9068 III. Andrew Benton Keeler, b. at Catskill, N. Y., 22 Nov. 1837; 
died at Rockport, Ark., 7 July 1852, and was buried there. 

9069 IV. Amanda Elizabeth Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 23 Jan. 1840; 
married at Mazaren, Ark., 26 Aug. 1858, by Rev. Elijah Smoot, Metho- 
dist, to John Henry McCarty, son of Daniel 1 and Mary (Lott) McCarty. 
He was born near Cincinnati, Ohio, 19 Dec. 1831; went to Hot Springs, 
Ark., in 1853, teaching school there, and in Montgomery County, Ark., 
till Aug. 1859; then removed to Texas and settled at Cany Creek, where 
he died 2 July 1865. He was buried at Sandy Creek Church, near 
Bonham, Tex. In 1871 she returned to Hot Springs, where she was 
married (2d), 2 Ap. 1874, by Rev. Isaac Z. T. Morris, Methodist, to William 
Curl, 2 a farmer and builder, born in Perry Co., Tenn., i Nov. 1840, son of 
Larkin Jackson and Martha Jane (Shepard) Curl. His former wife was her 
sister Antoinette. They were living at Hot Springs in June 1876; she 
being a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

9070 V. Antoinette Fidelia Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 12 Sept. 1842; 
married near Antioch, Hot Springs Co., Ark., 16 Jan. 1860, by Rev. Allen 
McDaniel, Presbyterian, to Enoch Wesley Mathis, a farmer, son of Corne- 
lius and Elizabeth (Stutt) Mathis. He was born 27 Jan. 1840; and was 
killed near Hot Springs, Ark., 29 Sept. 1867, by Henry Justice, in "a 
personal difficulty," and was buried in the old cemetery at Hot Springs. 
He served in the Confederate army, in Co. E, I9th Reg., Arkansas Volun- 
teers, during the war of 1861. She was married (2d), 4 Oct. 1868, at Hot 
Springs, by Benjamin Alonzo Royse, Esq., to William Curl, 2 a farmer and 
builder, born in Perry Co., Tenn., i Nov. 1840, son of Larkin Jackson and 
Martha Jane (Shepard) Curl, afterward of De Roche, Ark. They settled 
at Hot Springs, Ark.; where she died 14 Dec. 1873, and was buried in the 
old cemetery. He married (2d), 2 Ap. 1874, her sister, Amanda Elizabeth 
Keeler. He was mustered, 17 Aug. 1861, as a private, in Co. C, I ith Reg., 
Arkansas Volunteers; was captured at Island No. 10, 8 Ap. 1862; was 
exchanged, 22 Sept. 1862; and at once reenlisted in the same company, 

1 Daniel McCarty, born in Pcnn. in 1792, mar- 1847, and died the same year, at Santa 6, New 
ried in 1824, in Jefferson Co., Ind., Mary Lott, Mexico, 
who died in 1833. He started for California in 

'ANCESTRY OK WlLLlAM AND ALPHONSO CURL. 
WILLIAM CURL, was born in Wales, settled in South Carolina, and served in the Revolutionary war. ::= . . . 

WILLIAM CURL, died near Vcmon, Tenn., in =r? KEZIAH GAMBLING, b. 18 Nov. 1771 ; was living near Vemon, Tenn., 
i86j, aged 95 years. I in March 1876, in io5th year. 



LAKKIN JACKSON CURL, was living at De Roche, Ark., in March 1876. - MARTHA JANE SHEPARD. 



AMANDA ELIZABETH I^T: WILLIAM CURL, ^= ANTOINETTE FIDELIA 
KKKI.ER, sec. wife. KEELER, first wife, 

No. 9069. No. 9070. 



I 

ALFHONSO CURL, = ADELAIDE AMELIA 
KEELER No. 
9072. 



1359 



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9070 



16769 



9069 



1360 



907 1 



9072 



9073 
9074 
9075 



9076 



Eighth Generation. 



his time having expired 17 Aug. He was again captured, 7 Nov. 1863; 
was taken to Little Rock, Ark., thence to St. Louis, Mo., 18 Nov., and to 
Rock Island, 111., 18 Jan. 1864, where he suffered severely from cold and 
hunger. He remained at Rock Island till 19 Jan. 1865; was exchanged at 
Shreveport, La., 24 Ap. 1865 ; and was finally paroled, 22 June 1865, at 
Washington, Ark. 

VI. Jane Aurelia Keeler, b. in Delaware Co., N. Y., 20 Sept. 1844; 
married at Hot Springs, Ark., 2 June 1870, by Rev. Robert Hare, to 
Lafayette Allen, a farmer, son of Bailie and Louisa Ann (May) Allen. 
He was born in Jefferson County, Ark., 25 July 1851; died at Hot 
Springs, 2 Ap. 1 874, and was buried there. She was living there in March 
1876. 

VII. Adelaide Amelia Keeler, b. in Delaware Co., N. Y., 20 Feb. 
1847; married at Hot Springs, Ark., 15 Sept. 1867, Alphonso Curl, 1 a 
lawyer, born in Perry Co., Tenn., 1 1 July 1839, son of Larkin Jackson and 
Martha Jane (Shepard) Curl. They dwelt at Midway, Ark., till Aug. 
1868; at Hot Springs till Nov. 1869; at Little Rock, Ark., till March 
1871 ; then returned to Hot Springs, and were living there in March 1876, 
members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He served in the Confed- 
erate army, as first-lieutenant in the i ith Reg. of Ark. Vol. Infantry; was 
captured, 8 Ap. 1862, at Island No. 10, in the Mississippi River, and 
imprisoned at Camp Butler, near Springfield, 111.; was exchanged at 
Vicksburgh, 22 Sept. 1862; was recaptured at Natchez, Miss., 31 July 
1863 ; and was confined at Johnson's Island, Ohio, till discharged, 1 1 June 
1865. He has also been a justice of the peace, notary public, and examiner 
and master in chancery. 

VIII. Milo Sanford Stanley Keeler, b. at Hot Springs, Ark., 3 Ap. 
1854- 

IX. Abigail Rosalia Keeler, b. at Hot Springs, Ark., 22 March 
1856; died at Hot Springs, 8 July 1859, and was buried there. 

X. Sarah Ella Benton Keeler, b. at Hot Springs, Ark., 1 1 Ap. 
1858. 



Chil. of Burr and Jane (O'Neill) Keeler. 

I. Franklin Burr Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 4 Feb. 1853; died 
at Kortright, 21 July 1863, and was buried there. 

1 See the preceding note. 



16774 



16776 



3217 



9077 
9078 

9079 
9080 

9081 



9082 
9083 
9084 
9085 
9086 
9087 



9088 
9089 
9090 



Whitney Family. 



II. Anna Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 5 May 1855; died at Kort- 
right, 10 Aug. 1863, and was buried there. 

III. Ward Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1856; died at 
Kortright, 26 July 1863, and was buried there. 

IV. Josephine Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1858. 

V. Beverly Waugh Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 7 May 1860; 
died at Kortright, 14 July 1863, and was buried there. 

VI. Susan Blakely Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 1 8 July 1862. 



Chil. of Andrew and Sarah Ann (Keeler) Adair. 

I. Emma Adair, was living at Davenport, N. Y., in Jan. 1876. 

II. Robert Adair, was living at Davenport, N. Y., in Jan. 1876. 

III. Anna Adair, was living at Davenport, N. Y., in Jan. 1876. 

IV. Ward Adair, was living at Davenport, N. Y., in Jan. 1876. 

V. Adair, name not reported. 

VI. Adair, name not reported. 



I. 



Chil. of Martin and Harriet (Hitchcolk) Keeler. 
Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, N. Y.; died at Kortright 



Centre, aged two years, and was buried there. 



^ II- Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, N. Y.; died at Kortright 

Centre, aged two years, and was buried there. 

III. Julie Frances Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, N. Y.; and was 

living there in July 1876, unmarried. 

171 



1361 



3222 



3223 



1362 


Right It Generation. 




9091 


IV. Delia Angela Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, N. Y.; and was 

living there in July 1876, unmarried. 

V Keeler b at Kortright Centre N Y died at Kortri rr ht 




9oy<2 
9093 


Centre, aged two years, and was buried there. 

VI. Helen Amelia Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, N. Y.; and was 

living there in July 1876, unmarried. 




nnnx 


Chil. of Burr and Elizabeth Ann (Barlow) Keeler. 
T EliTahath Delia Kaalar. h at- .Stamford. N. Y.. 2 Marrh 1828: 


3224 



and was living at 170 Twenty-seventh Street, Chicago, 111., in July 1876, 
unmarried. 
I 

9095 II. Mary Augusta Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 13 Feb. 
1831. 

9096 III. Amasa Martin Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 10 Jan. 
1833- 

9097 IV. Sarah Augusta Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 13 Oct. 

1835. 

9098 V. Homer Duane Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 12 Sept. 
1837 ! an ^ was living at 170 Twenty-seventh Street, Chicago, 111., in July ! 
1876. 

9099 VI. George C. Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N.Y., 8 March 1838; 
a lawyer, grad. at Albany Law School, Albany, N. Y. ; and was living at 
Ellenville, N. Y., in July 1876. 

9100 VII. Calvin Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1840; and 
was living at Hobart, N. Y., in July 1876. 

9101 VIII. James Barlow Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 13 Oct. 
1842 ; a lawyer; was living at Ellenville, N. Y., in July 1876. 

9102 IX. Harriet Louise Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 28 July 
1 844 ; studied for three years at Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio ; and was, 
in July 1876, assistant-superintendent of the public schools of Cleveland, 
Ohio. 



ll'liitnev Fawilv. 



Chil. of Stephen Hiram and Elizabeth Syman (Merwin) Keeler. 

9103 I. Frances Susan Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 15 Sept. 1833; 
married there, 31 Aug. 1857, Theophllus Fletcher Mclntosh, an editor and 
publisher, son of George and Sarah (Jaquish) Mclntosh, of Kortright, 
where he was born 30 Nov. 1829. They dwelt at Bloomville, in Kortright, 
till May 1859; and then settled at Delhi, N.Y., where they were still living 
in July 1876. He was treasurer of Delaware County for six years, ending 
Jan. 1872 ; and was editor and publisher of the Delaware Republican. 

9104 II. Josephine Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1835 ; married, 
II Sept. 1874, Edward M. Cole, editor of the Windham Journal; and 
settled at Windham, N. Y., which was still their home in July 1876. 

9105 III. Robert Junius Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 10 Aug. 1840; a 
dealer in coal and wood; married at Valatie, N. Y., I Sept. 1863, Mary 
Ann Merwin, dau. of Edward and Mary Ann (Shufelt) Merwin, of Valatie, 
where she was born 16 Dec. 1844. They were living at 173 Seventeenth 
Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in July 1876. 

9106 i IV. Ella Patience Keeler, b. at Bloomville, in Kortright, N. Y., 8 

July 1844; married there, 29 Jan. 1874, at her father's house, by Rev. 
Richard Decker, Methodist, to Joseph Adalbert Hill, a farmer, son of Alden 
Athelstan and Esther (Clark) Hill, of Stamford, N.Y. He was born at 
Kortright, i July 1847. They dwelt at Delhi, N. Y., for one year; and 
then settled at Stamford, where they were still living in July 1874, without 
children. 

9107 V. Laura Keeler, b. at Bloomville, N. Y., 5 March 1846; married in 
1867, at Kortright, N. Y., Thomas Scott, a mechanic, son of Thomas M. 

and (Millard) Scott. They were living at Dayton, Wis., in Feb. 

1876. 

9108 VI. Lucia Annette Keeler, b. at Bloomville, N. Y., 17 Oct. 1848; 
married there, 29 June 1869, by Rev. J. D. Gibson, Presbyterian, to 
Marshall Clement Maxon, a painter, born at Oneonta, N. Y., 27 July 1843, 

i son of Reynolds and Lydia (Butts) Maxon. They settled at Bloomville, 
and were living there in July 1876. He enlisted, 27 Aug. 1862, as a 
private, in Co. C, I44th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged, 
as a sergeant, at Hilton Head, S. C., 25 June 1865. 

9109 VII. Leonta Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 27 July 1852. 

9110 VIII. Edmund Stephen Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 22 Sept. 
1854; a farmer. 



1363 

3225 
16780 



16785 



16788 



16791 



1364 



91 12 



9H3 



9"4 



9115 



91 16 
9117 
9118 



9119 



HigJith Generation. 



Chil. of Robert Sterling and Frances Maria (Keeler) Marshall. 

9111 I. Ann Maria Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 20 Sept. 1833; died 
' there, 2 Jan. 1838, and was buried at South Kortright, N. Y. 



II. Charlotte Louise Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 3 Oct. 1835; 
died there, 25 Dec. 1837, and was buried at South Kortright, N. Y. 

III. Henry Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1837; a druggist; 
married at New York City, 27 May 1867, by Rev. M. F. Adams, Presby- 
terian, to Ellen Frances Kinch, dau. of Edward and Ellen (Fowdt) Kinch, 
of New York, where she was born 10 Sept. 1838. They settled in New 
York, and were living there, at 525 West 49th Street, in March 1876, 
without children. 

IV. Martin Keeler Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 4 July 1839; a 
farmer; married at South Kortright, N. Y., 21 June 1870, by Rev. Schuyler 
Martin, Methodist, to Mary Jane Gibson, dau. of William and Mary 
(Maharg) Gibson, of South Kortright, where she was born 1 5 May 1 840. 
They settled at Hobart, and were living there in March 1876. 

V. Louise Maria Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1841; 
married, 6 Feb. 1862, by Rev. Robert Kerr, Methodist, to John Smith 
Barker, a farmer, son of John and Jane (Elliott) Barker, of Hobart, where 
he was born 12 Nov. 1832. They settled at Hobart, and were living there 
in March 1876. 

VI. Robert Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., i Aug. 1843; died at 
Hobart, 29 June 1872, and was buried there. 

VII. Washington Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1846; died 
at Hobart, 23 Aug. 1848, and was buried at South Kortright, N. Y. 

VIII. Helena Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1848 ; and was 
living there in March 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of Edmund and Martha Jane (Leal) Keeler. 

I. Harriet Newell Keeler, b. at North Kortright, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1845; 
married at Delhi, N. Y.,n Nov. 1869, by Rev. F. A. M. Brown, to 
Frederick William Bennett Graff, who was born at Leipzig, Germany, 14 
Aug. 1832. They settled at North Kortright, and were living there in 
July 1876. 



3226 



'6793 



16795 



3228 
16796 



Whitney Family. 



9120 II. Clark Leal Keeler, b. at North Kortright, N. Y., 28 Sept. 1846; 
and was living there in July 1876, unmarried. 

III. Alexander Leal Keeler, b. at North Kortright, N.Y., 13 March 
1848; died at North Kortright, 23 Nov. 1861, and was buried there. 

9122 IV. Edmund Henry Keeler, b. at North Kortright, N. Y., 22 Nov. 
1849; died at North Kortright, 25 Nov. 1861, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Henry and Sally (Keeler) Alley. 

I. James Alley, b. at Sempronius, now Moravia, N. Y., 17 May 1830; 
and died at Moravia, 24 May 1838. 

II. Joseph Alley, b. at Sempronius, now Moravia, N. Y., 6 Feb. 
1832; a miller and farmer; married at Moravia, 25 Oct. 1855, France* 
stoyeii, dau. of Dea. John and Lydia (Todd) Stoyell, 1 of Moravia, where 
she was born i Sept. 1834. They settled at Moravia, and were living there 
in July 1877. 

III. Mary Jane Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 2 Feb. 1834; married 
there, 13 Jan. 1857, William Hollister Adams, a farmer, son of Loammi and 
Keturah Adams, 2 of Sempronius, N. Y., formerly of Marlborough, N. Y., 
where he was born 2 Aug. 1 826. They settled at Moravia, and were living 
there in July 1877. 

IV. Morris Keeler Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 31 May 1836; a 
farmer; married at Moravia, 24 March 1862, Mahala Bradley Stoyell, dau. 
of Dea. John and Lydia (Todd) Stoyell, of Moravia, where she was born 4 
Aug. 1836. They dwelt at Moravia till Ap. 1877 ; then settled at Locke, 
N. Y., and were living there in July 1877. 

V. John Henry Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 24 May 1838 ; a farmer; 
was living at Moravia, in July 1877, unmarried. 

9128 VI. Alfred Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1840; a farmer; mar- 
\ ried at Moravia, 1 7 Oct. 1 867, Emma Parker, dau. of William and Deborah 
(Gardiner) Parker, of Moravia, where she was born 26 Sept. 1840. They 
settled at Moravia; and were living there in July 1877, without children. 



1365 



1 Dea. John Stoyell was born at Sempronius, 
26 Dec. 1801; and Lydia Todd at Marcellus, 
N. Y., 2 July 1807. 



2 Loammi Adams was born at Marlborough, 
N. Y., in 1797; and his wife at New Paltz, N. Y. 



3233" 



16797 



16802 



16806 



1366 



9129 



9130 



913' 



9132 



9U3 



9U4 



9135 



9137 



Eighth Generation. 



VII. Lucinda Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 20 Feb. 1842; married 16810 
there, 10 Ap. 1865, Henry Fenton Cuykendall, a farmer, son of Jacob and 
Margaret (Decker) Cuykendall, 1 of Niles, N.Y., where he was born 20 
March 1842. They settled at Owasco, N. Y., and were living there in 

July 1877. 

VIII. Virginia Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 12 May 1844; married 16812 
there, 19 Dec. 1867, Levi Van Etten, a carpenter, son of Anthony and Jane 
(Cuykendall) Van Etten, 2 of Niles, where he was born 4 May 1837. They 
settled at Moravia, and were living there in July 1877. 

IX. Phebe Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1847; and was living 
there, with her parents, in July 1877, unmarried. 

X. Edgar Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1850; a farmer; mar- 16814 
ried at Moravia, 9 Feb. 1873, Phebe Ellen Walker, 3 dau. of Thomas 
Mowry and Maria (Carpenter) Walker, of Moravia. She was born near 
Kelloggsville, in Moravia, 29 July 1 849. They settled at Moravia, and 

were living there in July 1877. 



Chil. of John and Huldah (Keeler) Dennis. 



3233'' 



I. Lewis Dennis, b. at Niles, N.Y., 13 March 1831; afarmer; married \ 1 68 1 6 
at New Hope, in Niles, Jane Luyster, of New Hope, where they were 
living in June 1877. 

II. William Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y.; a farmer; married Maria 16822 
Bentley ; and settled at Niles, where he was murdered, 11 May 1871, at 
night, by an unknown person, who fired a shot through the window of his 
house, hitting him in the head. He was then a constable of that town. 

His widow was living on the same farm in June 1877. 

III. John Martin Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y.; a farmer; was living 
with his father, at New Hope, N. Y., in June 1874, unmarried. 



IV. 



Dennis, a son, died on the day of his birth. 



V. Juliet Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y., in Aug. 1838; married John 16826 
osborn Hoyt, a farmer; and was living at New Hope, in Niles, in June 1877. 

1 Jacob Cuykendall and his wife, Margaret dall (sister of Jacob Cuykendall), at the same 
Decker, were born at Deerpark, N. Y. place, 23 Dec. 1 798. 

2 Anthony Van Etten was born 24 Jan. 1791, 3 See Walker's Walkers of the old Plymouth 
at Deerpark, N. Y.; and his wife, Jane Cuyken- Colony, p. 315. 



9138 



9139 



9140 



9141 



9142 



9144 



Whitney Family. 



1367 



VI. Mary Dennis, b. at Nilcs, N. Y., in May 1840; married Charles 16827 
Tuttle, ;i fanner, son of Freegift and Martha (Case) Tuttle, of Niles. They 

were living at Niles in June 1877. 

VII. Dwight Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y., in March 1843; a farmer; 16828 
married Vianna Ryan, of Virgil, N. Y.; and was living at Niles in June 

1877. 



VIII. 



Dennis, a dau., b. at Niles, N. Y., in Dec. 1846; died 



PETEK ALLEY, i^= MARTHA HERRIGHT. 



I 
JOHN ALLEK, = JANE SECOR. 

I 



WILLIAM ALLEY, b. ^^ PHEBB DUSENDURY, dan. of JEREMTAH ALLBE, b. at New ELIZABETH DARROW, dau. of 



23 Dec 1763; m. 
30 Nov. 1 786 : d. 
15 Feb. 1850. 



Henry and ( Lawrence) 

Dusenbury ; b. 14 May 
1771 ; d. 23 Dec. 1839. 



Rochelle, N. V., 6 June 
177 ; m. 26 Ap. 1803: d. 
8 Feb. 1846. 



Nicholas and Betsey ( Beers) 
Darrow; b. 3 Nov. 1777; 
d. 25 Sept. 1818. 



I ~~l 

WILLIAM W. ALLEY, b 21 : _ LAI-KA HOUGH, b. HENRY ALLEY, m. ELIZA ALLEE, m. Thornp- JAMES ALLEE, m. 

Feb. 1802, in Dutchess I 31 Jan. 1807, at Sally Keeter, No. son Keeler, No. wild. Lucinda Keeler, 

Co., N. V. Locke, N. V. 32333. No. 3234. 



L3i Jan. 1807, at Si 
Locke, N. Y. 31 



HIRAM Hol'GH ALLEY, MARY KEELER, No. 9142. 
This pedigree is a revision of the one printed at page 601. 



3233* 
16829 



when one week old. 

IX. Emma Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y., 20 Ap. 1848 ; died at Niles in 
Jan. 1851. 



Chil. of William and Lucy (Hussey) Keeler. 

I. Mary Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1838; married there, 
26 Sept. 1858, by Rev. Philander Bates, Protestant Episcopal, to Hiram 
Hough Alley, 1 a druggist, son of William W. and Laura (Hough) Alley, of 
Moravia, where he was born 4 Ap. 1834. They settled at Moravia, and 
were living there in July 1877. 

II. Phebe Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1839; married there, 
1 8 June 1868, by Rev. Peyton Gallagher, Protestant Episcopal, to Samuel 
Edwin Day, a lawyer, son of Samuel and Nancy (Aikens) Day, of Moravia, 
where he was born in 1839. They settled at Moravia, and were living 
there in July 1877. 

III. Lydia Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 2 Feb. 1842 ; married there, 16831 

1 PEDIGREE OF ALLEY OR ALLEE. 

JOHN ALLEE, a French Huguenot, -r= SUSANNA (.ARCH'. Others call her Martha Derou. 



16830 



i 3 68 



9145 



9146 



9147 



9148 



9149 



9150 



Eighth Generation. 



3 1 Oct. 1 866, by Rev. Alexander H. Rogers, Protestant Episcopal, to Webb 
Johnson Greenfield, a farmer and dealer in hardware, son of Elondo and 
Minerva Maria (West) Greenfield, of Moravia. He was born at Milan, in 
Locke, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1842. They settled at Moravia, and were living there 
in July 1877. 

IV. Emily Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1844; married there, 
6 Jan. 1876, by Rev. John A. Bowman, Protestant Episcopal, to Frederick 
Briggs Heald, a dealer in hardware, born at Skaneateles, N. Y., son of 

Daniel and (Briggs) Heald, afterward of Moravia. They settled 

at Moravia, and were living there in July 1877, without children. 



Chil. of Thompson and Eliza (Alice) Keeler. 

I. John Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 12 Aug. 1838 ; died at birth. 

II. William Edwin Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 24 Feb. 1842; a 
farmer; married at Hamilton, N. Y., 16 Aug. 1865, Fanny Maria Smith, 
dau. of Edward and Maria (Ely) Smith, of Hinsdale, N. Y. She was born 
at Hector, N. Y., 5 Sept. 1843. They settled on his father's farm, at 
Moravia; where she died 21 July 1873, and was buried in Indian Mound 
Cemetery. He married (2d), 4 Nov. 1875, at Moravia, Mary Cornelia 
Huntington, dau. of Wait Talcott and Sophronia (Carter) Huntington, 1 of 
Ithaca, N. Y., where she was born 2 May 1845. They were living at 
Moravia in July 1877. 



Chil. of Israel and Caroline (Stewart 2 ) Keeler. 

I. Helen Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1837; a teacher; was 
living there in June 1877. 

II. Eliza Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 21 Feb. 1839; married Robert 
Gordon ; and was living at Ogdensburgh, N. Y., in June 1877. 

III. Frances Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 10 Sept. 1840; married 
there, 1 2 March 1 862, Chester Ames, a farmer, son of Henry C. and Mary 
(Witter) Ames,3 of Scipio, N. Y., where he was born 13 May 1831. 

1 See the Huntington Genealogy, p. 338. 3 Henry C. Ames was born at Rensselaerville, 

2 Caroline Stewart, dau. of Daniel Brown Stewart, N.Y., HSept.iygS; and his wife, MaryWitter, 
was born at Granville, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1817. The at Scipio, N. Y., 21 May 1803. 

date is incorrectly printed at No. 32336. 



Whitney Family. 



1369 



IV. John Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1842; an iron-moulder. 

V. James Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 24 Feb. 1845; a printer. 

VI. Minerva Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 4 March 1847; married 16836 
Peter Creenman ; and was living at Auburn, N. Y., in June 1877. 



VII. Charles Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1849; a farmer; 
married at Moravia, 9 Feb. 1874, Elizabeth Harter, dau. of George and 
Mary (Cristman) Harter, of Niles, N. Y., where she was born 19 May 
1852. They were living at Moravia in June 1877. 



Chil. of James and Luclnda (Keeler) Allee. 

I. George Alfred Allee, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1839; a farmer; 
was living with his mother, on the farm where he was born, in July 1877, 
unmarried. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Allee, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 22 Ap. 1847; and 
was living there, with her mother, in July 1877, unmarried. 



Chil. of Judson and Laura (Goodrich) Wilcox. 

I. Frances D. Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N. Y. ; and was living there in 
July 1876. 

II. George Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N. Y. ; and was living there in July 
1876. 

III. Mary Goodrich Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N. Y.; died there, 1 1 
Ap. 1858, and was buried in Catskill Cemetery. 

IV. Howard Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N.Y., n March 1835; a jeweller; 
married at St. Luke's Church, Catskill, 12 May 1859, Sarah Clarke, dau. of 
Zeba and Martha Jane (Bogardus) Clarke, of Catskill, where she was born 
10 June 1840. She died at Catskill, 18 May 1870, and was buried in 
Catskill Cemetery. He was living at Catskill in July 1876. 

V. Henry Clay Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N. Y., 12 May 1839; an agent 

in 



16837 



3234 



3235 



16838 



16840 



9167 



9168 



9169 
9170 
9171 



9172 



9173 



Eighth Generation. 



for sewing-machines; married at New York City, 3 July 1861, Jeannette 
Rachel Catlin, dau. of John Catlin, of London, Eng., where she was born. 
They settled at Mount Vernon, N. Y., and were living there in July 1876. 

VI. Sarah Augusta Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N. Y. ; married there, in 
Oct. 1873, Wheeler Howard, a merchant, son of Lewis Keth and Louisa 
(Wheeler) Howard, of Prattsville, N. Y., where he was born 25 Sept. 1840. 
They were living at Catskill in July 1876, without children. 

9'66 VII. John Hubbard Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N. Y.; and was living 

! there in July 1876. 



VIII. Edward Keeler Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N. Y. ; and was living 
there in July 1876. 



Chil. of Clark Bacon and Alpa Maria (Keeler) Backus. 

I. Emeline Sill Backus, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 7 Oct. 1837; married 
at Adrian, Mich., 5 May 1855, Ebenezer Ingalls Waldby, son of Ralph and 
Mary Ann (Ingalls) Waldby. They settled at Adrian, and were living 
there in Ap. 1 877. He was then cashier of the First National Bank of 
Adrian. 

II. Alfred Millard Backus, b. at Adrian, Mich.; died in infancy. 

III. Helen Backus, b. at Adrian, Mich.; died in infancy. 

IV. Nelly Curtis Backus, b. at Adrian, Mich., i June 1848. 



Chil. of Albert Merville and Sarah (Keeler) Baker. 

I. Delos Merville Baker, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 26 May 1838; a 
lumber-merchant; married at Plymouth Church, Milwaukee, Wis., 27 Jan. 
1863, by Rev. C. D. Helmer, Congregational, to Julia Elizabeth Blount, 
dau. of Oscar Fitzallan and Cornelia Gillette (Dunham) Blount, of Milwau- 
kee, and (prior to July 1854) of Whitehall, N. Y., where she was born 21 
Dec. 1842. They settled at Adrian, Mich., and were living there in Ap. 
1877, without children. 

II. Sarah Jane Baker, b. at Adrian, Mich., 22 Feb. 1841 ; died there, 
15 June 1844, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Doles Milton and Elizabeth (Ten Eyck) Keeler. 

I. Anna Maria Mills Keeler, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 15 May 1847; 
died 9 Aug. 1847. 

II. Elizabeth Ten Eyck Keeler, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 21 July 1850. 

III. Mary Keeler, twin, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1851. 

IV. Alida Keeler, twin, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1851; died in 
Oct. 1852. 

Chil. of Delos Milton and Catharine Could (Taylor) Keeler. 

V. Henry Taylor Keeler, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1857. 

VI. Catharine Keeler, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1859. 

VII. Charles Baldwin Keeler, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 9 Jan. 1863. 

Child of Charles Baldwin and Nancy (Clark) Keeler. 
I. Jane Clark Keeler, b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1850. 



Chil. of Charles and Harriet (Keeler) Gilbert. 

I. Henry Gilbert, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; a hatter and upholsterer; 
married, and was living at Westport, Conn., in July 1873. 

II. Elizabeth Gilbert, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; married Henry Booth; 

and was living at Danbury, Conn., in July 1873. 

III. Sylvester Gilbert, b at Ridgefield, Conn.; a carpenter; was living 
at New Haven, Conn., in July 1873. 



Chil. of Moses and Delilah (Keeler) Burr. 
9185 I. Frances Burr, married Benjamin Bates, of Danbury, Conn. 



1371 

3239 



3239 



3240 



3244 



3245 



1372 



9 i8 7 



9188 



9190 



9191 



9192 



Eighth Generation. 



9186 II. Ann Elizabeth Burr, married Edson Smith, of Ridgefield, Conn. 

They lived at Danbury, Conn., in July 1873. 



Chil. of Henry and Eliza Ann (Keeler) Gilbert. 

I. Aaron Gilbert, was living at Ridgefield, Conn., near Titicus Ceme- 
tery, in July 1873 ; a carpenter. 

II. William Gilbert, was living at Ridgefield, Conn., in July 1874; a 
carpenter. 



Child of Benjamin and Mary (Keeler) Foster. 

9189 I. Alethea Foster, married, and lived at Danbury, Conn., with her 

parents, in July 1873. 



Chil. of Henry Burr 1 and Ann (Haviland) Platt. 

I. Amy Elizabeth Platt, b. at Picket's Ridge, Conn., 27 Jan. 1852; 
married at her father's house, 24 Jan. 1877, by Rev. Mr. Hubbard, Baptist, 
of Danbury, Conn., to Frank Herman Stiles, of New Canaan, Conn. 

II. Henrietta Gertrude Platt, b. at Picket's Ridge, Reading, Conn., 
8 Oct. 1857. 

III. Wilhelmina Hortense Platt, b. at Picket's Ridge, Reading, 
Conn., 12 Ap. 1863. 



Chil. of Alvin Perkins and Frances Imogene (Keeler) Sanford. 



9193 I. Lena Hotchkiss Sanford, b. at New Haven, Conn., 12 March 
1869. 

9194 II. Justin Henry Sanford, b. at New Haven, Conn., 8 Sept. 1871. 

1 Facts received since page 606 was printed there, at her father's house. They settled at 

have enabled us to revise our account of Nos. Picket's Ridge, in Reading, Conn. ; and were 

3252 and 3253. living there in Aug. 1877. 

HKXRY BURR PI..VTT, No. 3252, was born 21 HARRIET PLATT, No. 3253, was born 11 July 
Oct. 1819, and has been, since 1870, a tobacco- 1825, and married 3 Dec. 1851. Her husband, 
packer. His wife was born 6 Ap. 1825, at Lime- No. 2826, was born 12 March 1826, at Ridge- 
stone, in Ridgefield, Conn. ; and they married field, Conn. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Jeremiah and Clara (Keeler) Loder. 

I. George Keeler Loder, b. at Cross River, N. Y., 30 Ap. 1831; 
died at Lysander, N. Y., 20 Ap. 1842, and was buried there. 

II. Rhoda Ann Loder, b. at South Salem, N Y., 10 Oct. 1833; 
married at St. Thomas' Church, Battle Creek, Mich., 10 Oct. 1855, James 
Edward Conklin, a farmer, who was born in Franklin Square, Rochester, 
N. Y., 4 July 1832, son of James and Hersilia (Paddock) Conklin. They 
settled at Bedford, Mich., and were living there in Jan. 1874. 



Chil. of George S. and Polly (Keeler) Gilbert. 
I. Roselle Gilbert, was living at Battle Creek, Mich., in Dec. 1874. 



II. Annie Gilbert, married 
Mich., in Dec. 1874. 



Andrus, and lived at Ceresco, 



III. George L. Gilbert, lived at Clintonville, 111., in Dec. 1874. 



IV. Sarah L. Gilbert, married 

N. Y., in Dec. 1874. 



Baird, and lived at Lysander, 



V. Herbert Gilbert, lived at Lysander, N. Y., in Dec. 1874. 



Chil. of Andrew Watson and Laura (Keeler) Baird. 

9202 I. Sarah Ann Baird, b. at Lysander, N. Y., 8 Nov. 1843; and was 
living there, with her parents, in Dec. 1874. 

II. Andrew Watson Baird, b. at Lysander, N. Y., 13 Jan. 1846; a 
minister; married at her father's house in Volney, N. Y., 23 Ap. 18/2, 
by Rev. Edwin G. Bush, Methodist Episcopal, to Eva Eliza Peckham, who 
was born at Volney, 22 Sept. 1851, dau. of Eusebius and Phebe Ann 
(McEwen) Peckham. He studied at Rutgers College, N. J., and grad. at 
the Boston Theological Seminary in 1872; joined the New England 
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in March 1 872 ; was 
pastor at East Pepperell, Mass., till Ap. 1874, when he was ordained 
deacon, and stationed at Townsend, Mass.; and was living at the latter 
place in Dec. 1874. 

III. Joseph Tapscott Baird, b. at Lysander, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1848; 
and was living there in Dec. 1874, unmarried. 



1373 



3267 



16845 



3269 



3270 



16852 



1374 



9205 



9206 



9207 



9208 



9209 



9210 



921 1 
9212 



Eighth Generation. 



IV. Jesse Keeler Baird, b. at Lysander, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1851; and 
was living there in Dec. 1 874, unmarried. 



Chii. of Burr and Sally (Hoyt) Keeler. 

I. George Delos Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2 Sept. 1831; a 
painter and cabinet-maker; married at Bethel, Conn., 7 Nov. 1852, 
Caroline Roselle James, dau. of Jesse Lodrick and Amanda (Baker) James, 
of Westport, Conn., where she was born 16 Oct. 1834. They were living 
at Bethel in 1873. 

II. Sylvester Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 Aug. 1834; a lock- 
maker; married at South Norwalk, Conn., 13 Oct. 1859, Mary Jane Hoyt, 
dau. of Ira and Jane (Miller) Hoyt, 1 of South Norwalk, where she was 
born 25 July 1841. They dwelt at South Norwalk in 1873, without 
children. 

III. Edgar Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 10 Jan. 1836; a shoe- 
maker; enlisted at Albany, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1861, as a private in Co. C, 
44th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry ; and was discharged for disability, 5 
Nov. 1862. He was living with his parents, at Ridgefield, in 1873, 
hopelessly invalided. 

IV. John Henry Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 11 Dec. 1838; and 
died there, 13 Oct. 1839, according to the family-bible, while the town- 
record makes the date one month and seven days later. 

V. Huldah Jane Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Nov. 1841; and 
was living there, with her parents, in 1873, unmarried. 



Chil. of Aaron Turner and Eliza (Keeler) Staples. 

I. Betsey Jane Staples, b. at Norwalk, Conn.; and died there when 
five months old. 

II. Samuel Francis Staples, b. at Norwalk, Conn., in Ap. 1834; 
died of convulsions, at Ridgefield, Conn., when seven years old, and was 
buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

1 See the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 520. 



3273 
16854 



3274 



9213 
9214 

9215 
9216 
9217 
9218 



9219 



9220 



9221 



9222 



Whitney Family, 



III. William Lewis Staples, b. at Green's Farms, Conn., 5 Nov. 
1838 ; died at Danbury, Conn., 1 1 Nov. 1869, of typhoid fever, unmarried. 

IV. Julia Ann Staples, b. at South Salem, N. Y., in Sept. 1840; 
married Benjamin RofT; and died of consumption, at Danbury, Conn., in 
June 1868. 

V. Rufus Staples, married Mary Eliza Seymour, dau. of Lewis 
Seymour, of Wilton, Conn.; and was living at Danbury, Conn., in 1873. 

VI. George Staples, b. in Feb. 1846; died in July 1872, at Danbury, 
Conn. 

VII. Betsey Staples, was living at Danbury, Conn., in 1873, unmar- 
ried. 

VIII. Sarah Staples, was living at Danbury, Conn., in 1873, unmar- 
ried. 



Chll. of David Herman and Freelove Ann (Bailey) Keeler. 3 2 75 

I. William Keeler, b. at Green's Farms, Conn., 28 Feb. 1837; died 
at Green's Farms, 10 Ap. 1837, anc ^ was buried there. 

II. Bailey Samuel Keeler, b. at Brewster's Station, N. Y., 23 Sept. 16857 
1838; a salesman; enlisted at Monticello, N. Y., 12 Aug. 1862, in Co. A, 

I43d Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged near Alexandria, 
Va., 12 July 1865, having served under Generals Heintzelman and Sherman, 
and taken part in twelve engagements. He married, 12 Sept. 1871, at 
Middletown, N. Y., Fanny Elizabeth Adams, dau. of Samuel Crowell and 
Sarah Jane (Van Cleft) Adams, of Middletown. She was born at Ridge- 
bury, in Wawayanda, N. Y., 10 Dec. 1850. They settled at Middletown, 
and were living there in Jan. 1875. 

III. Benjamin Franklin Keeler, b. at Peekskill, N.Y., 5 Aug. 1841; 16858 
a furniture-finisher and ornamental painter ; married at Cochocton, N. Y., 

15 Nov. 1866, by Rev. A. M. Calkins, Baptist, to Olive Augusta Dexter, 
dau. of Jesse and Fanny (Bishop) Dexter, of Honesdale, Penn., where she 
was born 28 Jan. 1846. They were living, in Jan. 1865, at Honesdale, 
which had then been his home for ten years. 

IV. David Herman Keeler, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 10 May 1844; a 16860 
manufacturer of chairs; enlisted, 6 Oct. 1864, in Co. A, I43d Reg., N. Y. 

S. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged at Alexandria, Va., 20 July 1865, 
having followed General Sherman in his march to the sea, and assisted in 



1375 



1376 



9223 



9224 



9225 



9226 



9228 



9229 



9230 



9231 



Eighth Generation. 



engagements at Robertsville, S. C., Averysborough, N. C., and Bentonville, 
N. C. He went to Bridgeport, Conn., in Oct. 1865 ; to Honesdale, Penn., 
in Nov. 1866; to Monticello, N. Y., in Sept. 1867; to Jeffersonville, N. Y., 
in Jan. 1868 ; and, in Dec. 1870, settled at Ellenville, N. Y. He was mar- 
ried there, 12 Sept. 1871, at her father's house near the village of Ellenville, 
by Rev. George Clarke, Methodist Episcopal, to Mary Jane Burhans, born 
at Ellenville, 3 Ap. 1851, dau. of Alfred Wood and Jemima (Budd) 
Burhans. They settled at the corner of Market and Warren Streets, 
Ellenville, and were living there in Feb. 1875. 

V. George Willis Keeler, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., i Jan. 1847; a 
salesman; died of consumption, at Middletown, N. Y., 21 March 1875, 
unmarried, and was buried there, in Hillside Cemetery. 

VI. John Keeler, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 29 Dec. 1850; died at 
Peekskill, 3 May 1852, and was buried there. 

VII. William Andrew Keeler, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1853 ; a 
chair-maker; was living at Middletown, N. Y., in Dec. 1874, unmarried. 



Chil. of Isaac Nichols and Sarah Ann (Keeler) Powell. 

I. Charles Wright Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 17 July 1841; 
died there, of scarlet fever, 25 Sept. 1846, and was buried in Titicus 
Cemetery. 



9227 II. Margaret Eliza Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 Aug. 1843; 
was living with her parents, at 8 Parrott Street, Bridgeport, Conn., in Nov. 
1873, unmarried. 



III. Samuel Francis Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 9 Ap. 1845; 
was living with his parents, at Bridgeport, Conn., in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

IV. John Wright Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Ap. 1848; a 
blacksmith ; was living with his parents, at Bridgeport, Conn., in Nov. 
1843, unmarried. 

V. Charles Seymour Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 8 June 1850; 
a carpenter; was living with his parents, at Bridgeport, Conn., in Nov. 
1873, unmarried. 

VI. Sarah Lucy Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 24 May 1852; died 
there, 26 July 1861, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of James Harvey and Emeline (Smith) Keeler. 

9232 I. Mary Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 6 Jan. 1841; died there, 12 
Oct. 1845, an d was buried in the Presbyterian Church-yard. 

9233 II. Smith Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1845; a fresco- 
painter ; married Mary Wheeler, of Norwalk, Conn.; and lived at Chicago, 
111., in 1873. 

9234 III. Mary Ann Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 22 March 1847; 
married Samuel Allen, of Westport, Conn., a master-mariner. 

9235 IV. Caroline Odell Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1849; 
married George Warren, of Westport, Conn., a farmer. 

9236 V. Sarah Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 14 Ap. 1851; married 
Bernard Cravagan, of Sharon, Conn., a saddler and harness-maker. 

9237 VI. Arthur Morris Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 7 Feb. 1853; 
a fresco-painter; married at Saugatuck, Conn., 2 July 1 873, Grace Leonard, 
of Great Harrington, Mass. 

9238 ! VII. Maria DeWitt Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1854; 

married John Allen, of Westport, Conn., a farmer, brother to Samuel 
Allen, who married her sister Mary. They lived at Westport in 1873, 
without children. 

9239 VIII. Isabel Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 27 June 1857; lived 
with her sister, Mrs. Warren, at Westport, Conn., in 1873, unmarried. 

9240 IX. Aaron Ward Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 28 July 1859. 

Chil. of James Harvey and Sarah Maria (Sammis) Keeler. 

9241 X. Henry Durand Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 1 1 Dec. 1863. 

9242 XI. Benjamin Floyd Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 26 Oct. 
1865. 

9243 XII. George Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 5 Aug. 1868. 

9244 XIII. Emeline Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 26 June 1870. 

9245 : XIV. Bertha Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 19 Sept. 1872. 

ITS 



1377 

3277 

I686I 

16863 
16868 
16870 



3277 



1378 



9246 



9247 



9248 



9249 



9250 



9251 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of William Lewis and Lydia Ann (Tucker) Keeler. 
I. William Warren Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., u June 1859. 



Child of Samuel Ingersol and Caroline (Odell) Keeler. 

I. Charles Odell Keeler, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 10 Jan. 1849; mar - 
ried at Hudson City, N. J., 29 May 1872 (var. 8 Ap. 1873), by Rev. T. R. 
G. Peck, Reformed, to Florentine St. Pierre, dau. of Philip and Nelly St. 
Pierre. They were living at Hastings-upon-Hudson, N. Y., in Ap. 1877, 
without children. 

Child of Samuel Ingersol and Harriet Amelia (Odell) Keeler. 

II. Caroline Elizabeth Keeler, b. at North Castle, N. Y., i Sept. 
1852; married at Hastings-upon-Hudson, N. Y., 23 July 1873, by Rev. 
T. R. G. Peck, Reformed, to Gilbert Underhill Dusenberry, a farmer, son of 
Jacob and Jane (Underhill) Dusenberry, of Hartsdale, N. Y., where he was 
born i May 1848. They settled at Hartsdale, and were living there in Ap. 
1877. 



Chil. of William Swayze and Fanny Melinda (Rodgers) Baker. 



3278 



3279 



3279 
16871 



3282 



I. Edward Everett Baker, b. at New Hartford, Conn., 16 Ap. 1842; 16873 
enlisted in 1861, at Collinsville, Conn., in Co. B, 4th Reg., Conn. Vol. 
Infantry (afterward the 1st Reg. Conn. Heavy Artillery), and served for 

three years; married at New York City, 19 June 1864, Rosetta Lavinia 
Fenn, only dau. of Abijah and Laura (Palmiter) Fenn, of Harwinton, 
Conn. She was born at Burlington, Conn., 23 May 1844. They were 
living at Harwinton, with her parents, in Ap. 1877. 

II. Albert Hebard Baker, b. at Kingston, R. I., 18 Oct. 1845; 
enlisted at Collinsville, Conn., in Oct. 1861, in Co. C, 8th Reg., Conn. Vol. 
Infantry; died at Newbern, N. C., 22 May 1862, and was buried there. 
His remains were re-interred in May 1866, in the south-east school-district 
of New Hartford, Conn. 

III. Frank Russell Baker, b. at Burlington, Conn., 15 Ap. 1855; 
and was living at Collinsville, Conn., in Ap. 1877. 



9252 



9253 



9254 



9255 
9256 

9257 
9258 



9259 
9260 



9261 
9262 



Whitney 1 : amity. 



Chil. of John Fletcher and Clara (Benjamin) Baker. 

I. John Emerson Baker, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 14 Feb. 1848; died 
at Winsted, Conn., 30 Aug. 1849, and was buried there. 

II. Emma Clara Baker, b. at Winsted, Conn., 25 Nov. 1850; died at 
Winsted, 8 Sept. 1851, and was buried there. 

III. Ellis Benjamin Baker, b. at Winsted, Conn., 24 Sept. 1854; 
a book-keeper and telegraph-operator; married at Meriden, Conn., 21 
Sept. 1876, Mary Corham Frost, who was born at Bristol, Conn., n Nov. 
1856, dau. of Daniel Cooper and Sarah Abigail (Stoddard) Frost. They 
were living at Meriden in July 1877. 



Chil. of Scott and Abby (Burwell) Baker. 

I. Robert Baker, died soon after his return from service in the war of 
1 961. 

II. Mary Louisa Baker, married Fllnn, a merchant; and was 

living at Bridgeport, Conn., in July 1877. 

III. Elizabeth Baker, was living with her parents, at Birmingham, 
Conn., unmarried, in July 1877. 

IV. Scott Baker, was living with his parents, at Birmingham, Conn., 
unmarried, in July 1877. 

Repeated efforts to obtain the record of this family have failed. 



Chil. of Hiram Wheeler and Emily Laura (Baker) Pond. 

I. Ella Emily Pond, b. at Colebrook, Conn., 22 Aug. 1852. 

II. Myra Louise Pond, b. at Colebrook, Conn., 4 Dec. 1858. 

Chil. of Samuel Thomas and Sarah Caroline (Heeler) Jones. 
I. Mary Jones, b. about 1858. 
II Ashley Jones, b. about 1861. 



1379 



16876 



3285 



3287 



3288 



i 3 8o 



9263 



9264 



9265 
9266 
9267 

9268 
9269 



9270 



9271 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of James and Laura Jane (Keeler) Lobdell. 

I. Carevell Lobdell, b. about 1857. 

Child of James and Laura Jane (Keeler) Osborn. 

II. Susan Osborn, b. about 1871. 



Chil. of Nelson and Annette (Stebbins) Keeler. 

I. James Floyd Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 2 Jan. 1861. 

II. Develous Keeler, b. at South Salem, N.Y., 29 Nov. 1863. 

III. William Stebbins Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 10 Feb. 
1866; lived with his grandfather in 1873. 

IV. Frederick Nelson Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 9 May 
1869. 

V. Edgar Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1871. 



Chil. of Stephen and Alice (Maxwell) Keeler. 3293 

I. Solomon Maxwell Keeler, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; married at 16877 
Kenosha, Wis., 3 May 1857, Mary Ann Pomeroy, dau. of George Pomeroy, 

of San Francisco, Cal. He was purser of the steam-ship New York, and 
died in China, 20 Jan. 1868. She was living at San Francisco in Nov. 
1873- 

II. Sarah Ann Keeler, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 24 Dec. 1834; married j 16880 
there, 3 Feb. 1853, William Lane Hendrickson, an expressman, son of 
William and Maria (Bennett) Hendrickson, of Springfield, Jamaica, L. I., 
where he was born. They settled at Brooklyn, and died there (she, 10 

Aug. 1860; he, 10 Oct. 1866), and were buried at Springfield. 



3289 



3289 



3290 



9272 



9273 



9274 



9275 



9276 



9277 



9278 



9279 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Nathan and Sarah (Chumar) Keeler. 

I. Mary Keeler, married William Baker, a merchant in dry goods ; 
and settled at Trenton, N. J., where they were still living in Nov. 1873. 

II. Charles Keeler, was living at Trenton, N. J., in Nov. 1873, un- 
married ; a house-painter. 

III. Sarah Keeler, married David Runyon, of Plainfield, N. J., an 
accountant ; and settled at Newark, N. J., where they were still living in 
Nov. 1873. 

IV. Josephine Keeler, married Thomas Scott, a freight-agent; and 
settled at Trenton, N. J., where they were still living in Nov. 1873. 

V. Henrietta Keeler, married Thomas Dalley, a grocer, of Wood- 
bridge, N. J., where they were living in Nov. 1873. 

VI. Emma Keeler, married William Winters, a carriage-manufacturer; 
and settled at Phillipsburgh, N. J., where they were still living in Nov. 
I873- 

VII. Nathan Keeler, died when two years old. 

There were several others in this household, who died young, and of 
whom no account has been obtained. 



Chil. of Joshua Robert and Mary (Keeler) Willets. 

I. Lewis Keeler Willets, b. at Fort Hamilton, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1837 ; 
and was living with his mother, at 147 Sullivan Street, New York, in Nov. 
1873, unmarried. He enlisted in U. S. Marine Corps, 10 Dec. 1858, 
served on the steamer Brooklyn, and was discharged 30 Nov. 1861 ; 
enlisted, 17 May 1862, in 7ist Reg., N. Y. S. Militia, and was discharged 
17 Aug. 1862; enlisted 13 June 1863, and was discharged 13 July 1863; 
enlisted, 29 Dec. 1863, in Co. E, iO2d Reg., N. Y. Vet. Volunteers, and 
was discharged 23 Aug. 1865 ; was captured, 20 July 1864, at the battle 
of Peach Tree Creek, Ga., and was confined in the prison at Andersonville 
four months, and at Florence, S. C., four months; enlisted in I3th Reg., 
U. S. Infantry, 27 Ap. 1867, and was discharged 27 Ap. 1870; enlisted in 
2ist Reg., U. S. Infantry, 16 Aug. 1871; and when that, and a battalion 
of the 1 4th U. S. Infantry, were consolidated, he was discharged as a 
surplus non-commissiorted officer, 20 Oct. 1 872. 



i 3 8i 



3296 
16883 



16884 

16885 
16886 
16889 



3298 






I 3 82 



9281 



9282 



9283 
9284 



9285 



9286 

9287 

9288 



Righth Generation. 



9280 II. James Willets, b. at Fort Hamilton, N. Y., 3 Oct. 1839; a steam- 

engineer; was living at Gold Hill, Nevada, in Nov. 1873, unmarried. He 
enlisted, as a private, in i8th Reg. Wis. Volunteers; served for three years; 
and was discharged as a sergeant. 



III. Harriet Willets, b. at New York City, 31 Oct. 1841; married 
there, 19 Feb. 1859, John James Evans, son of David and Mary (Pritchard) 
Evans, of New York, where he was born 18 Oct. 1835. They were living 
with her mother, at New York, in Nov. 1873. He enlisted, 13 Sept. 1861, 
in Co. H, 6th Reg., N. Y. Cavalry ; and was discharged as quartermaster 
sergeant, 29 June 1865. 

IV. Jane Willets, b. at New York City, 4 Ap. 1850; died there, 3 
Oct. 1853, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 



Chil. of Thaddeus and Mary (Crannis) Keeler. 

I. Frank Keeler, b. in New York City, about Nov. 1847; a grocer ; 
married, and was living with his father, in Morristown, N. J., in Nov. 1873. 

II. William Thaddeus Keeler, b. in New York City, 5 Ap. 1849; 
a student of medicine ; was living with his father, in Morristown, N. J., in 
Nov. 1 873, unmarried. 



Child of Henry and Harriet (Keeler) Burtis. 

I. Elizabeth Hendrickson Burtis, b. at Trenton, N. Y., i June 
1862. 



Chil. of James and Charlotte (Tice) Keeler. 

I. Eugene Keeler, b. at Trenton, N. J.; was living in Nov. 1873, un- 
married. 

II. Menoma Keeler, b. at Trenton, N. J.; was living in Nov. 1873, 
unmarried. 

III. Neman Keeler, b. at Trenton, N. J.; died young. 



16890 



3299 



3302 



3303 



9289 

9290 
9291 
9292 
9293 

9294 
9295 



9296 



9297 



9298 



9298. 



9299 



Whitney Family. 



IV. Keeler, a dau., b. at Trenton, N. J.; died when three or 

four years old. 

V. Harriet Keeler, b. at Trenton, N. J. 

VI. William Keeler, b. at Trenton, N. J., in Sept. 1859. 

VII. Viola Keeler, twin, b. at Trenton, N. J., in Aug. 1862. 



VIII. 



Keeler, twin, a son, b. at Trenton, N. J., in Aug. 1862 ; 



died when about two weeks old, unnamed. 

IX. Keeler, a son, b. at Trenton, N. J.; died young. 

X. Montague Keeler, b. at Jersey City, N. J., in Sept. 1865. 



1383 



Chil. of William and Clarissa (Kellogg) Scofleld. 3313 

I. Catharine Mary Scofleld, b. at Poundridge, N. Y., 25 Sept. 1842 ; 
died at Shrewsbury, Penn., 19 Jan. 1852, and was buried there. 

II. Margaretta Scofleld, b. at Shrewsbury, Penn., 18 Aug. 1849; a 16893 
teacher; married at Poundridge, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1866, George Thatcher 
Smith, a teacher, born 30 May 1836, son of William Lewis and Clarissa 
(Thatcher) Smith. He grad. at Union College. They settled at Pound- 
ridge, and were living there in July 1877. 

III. Adeline Scofield, b. at Shrewsbury, Penn., 27 Aug. 1851 ; mar- 16896 
ried at Poundridge, N. Y., 29 Ap. 1872, George Henry Haight, a civil 
engineer, born 2 March 1852, son of Samuel and Phebe (Clark) Haight, 1 of 
Bedford, N. Y. They were living at Poundridge in July 1877. 

IV. Mary Catharine Scofleld, b. at Poundridge, N. Y., 13 June 
1859; and was living there in July 1877. 



Child of Benjamin and Sarah Maria (Packard) Kellogg. 

I. Benjamin Franklin Kellogg, b. at Camden, N. J., 4 Jan. 1857; 
and was living with his father, at Philadelphia, Penn., in Sept. 1 877. 

1 See the Hoy I Genealogy, p. 543. 



3314 



1384 



9300 



930i 

9302 
9303 
9304 



9305 



9306 



9307 
9308 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of Cyrus 1 and Eliza Ann (Osborn) Kellogg. 



Chil. of Cyrus and Mary Richards (Moseley) Kellogg. 

II. Nathanael Buckland Kellogg, b. at Camden, N. J., 26 June 
1857; died at Camden, 6 Aug. 1858, and was buried there, in Evergreen 
Cemetery. 

III. Maria Roberta Kellogg, b. at Camden, N. J., 22 May 1859; 
died at Camden, i Dec. 1862, and was buried there, in Evergreen Cemetery. 

IV. William Park Kellogg, b. at Camden, N. J., 27 May 1862 ; died 
at Camden, 2 1 March 1 866, and was buried there, in Evergreen Cemetery. 

V. Florence Moseley Kellogg, b. at Camden, N. J., 19 Ap. 1866. 



Child of William Ezra and Margaret Strang (Kellogg) Parsons. 

I. Jessie Parsons, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1872; bap. 28 
Sept. 1873, by Rev. Mr. Grey, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at South 
Salem. 



Chil. of Jason Gardiner and Maria (Raymond) Kellogg. 

I. Henry Ward Kellogg, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 27 Feb. 1858; a 
clerk; lived at Katonah, N. Y., in 1873. 

II. Sophia Kellogg, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 14 May 1862. 

III. Edward Clinton Kellogg, b. at South Salem, N.Y., 2 Feb. 1864. 



33'S 



I. Emma Lewis Kellogg, b. at Poundridge, N. Y., 26 March 1849; 16897 
married at Camden, N. J., 22 Nov. 1870, Lewis Hanford Benedict. See 9336 
his record. 



'CYRUS KELLOGG, No. 3315, a grocer, mar- 
ried at New York City, 11 Jan. 1848, EI.IZA ANN 
OSBORN, dau. of David and Betsey (Smith) 
Osborn, of Poundridge, N. Y., where she was 
born in 1826. They dwelt at Poundridge for 
one year and a half; at South Salem, N. Y., two 
years; and at Philadelphia, Penn., two years. 
She died at Poundridge, 28 June 1854. He 
married (2d), 7 July 1856, at Philadelphia, MARY 



RICHARDS MOSELEY, dau. of Nathanael Buck- 
land and Mary Fuller (Richards) Moseley, of 
Philadelphia, formerly of Springfield, Mass., 
where she was born 9 Jan. 1827. They dwelt at 
Camden, N. J., till 1876; then settled at Brooklyn, 
N. Y., and were living there in Sept. 1877. 

These facts did not reach us in time to appear 
in their proper place, on page 613. 



33'5 



33'7 



3318 



9309 



Whitney Family. 



9310 

93" 
9312 

9313 
9314 

9315 

9316 



Child of Hawley and Eunice (Jones) Seymour. 

I. Caroline Augusta Seymour, b. at Wilton, Conn., 25 July 1855; 
and lived there, with her mother, in 1873. 



Chll. of Sanford and Nancy (Jones) Keeler. 

I. Lois Adela Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., i Feb. 1848; and died 
there, 18 Dec. 1851. 

II. Arvilla Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 22 May 1850. 

III. Wilbur J. Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 20 Sept. 1852; and died 
there, 18 Nov. 1852. 

IV. Louisa Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., i Oct. 1853. 

V. Fanny Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., i Sept. 1855. 

VI. Frank S. Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 25 Sept. 1859; and died 
there, 26 Nov. 1859. 

VII. Ruth Ann Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 9 May 1869. 



Chll. of William and Mary Jane (Jones) Avery. 
9317 I. William H. Avery, b. i Aug. 1846. 



93'8 
9319 

9320 



9322 



II. 



Avery, a son, died at birth. 



III. Washington Irving Avery, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 4 Nov. 
1858. 

IV. Benjamin Ellsworth Avery, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 19 June 
1862. 



Chll. of Albert and Catharine Janette (Jones) Jones. 

I. Lois Jones. 

II. Catharine Jones, b. about 1865. 

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1385 



3320 



3322 



3323 



3324 



i 3 86 



Right h Generation. 



9323 
9324 
9325 

9326 



9327 
9328 

9329 
9330 



9331 
9332 

9333 
9334 



9335 
9336 



Chil. of Henry Dwight and Elizabeth Ann (Keeler) Hawley. 

I. Charles Dwight Hawley, b. at Farmington, Conn., 23 March 1868. 

II. Henry Keeler Hawley, b. at Farmington, Conn., 2 June 1870. 



III. 



Hawley, a son, twin, b. at Farmington, Conn., 19 Nov. 



1876; died when three months old. 



IV. 
1876. 



Hawley, a dau., twin, b. at Farmington, Conn., 19 Nov. 



Chil. of John Webster and Mary Caroline (Brush) Keeler. 

I. Mary Emma Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 Sept 1863; died 
27 Oct. 1863, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

II. Edward Webster Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 20 Jan. 1866. 

III. John Franklin Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 16 Dec. 1868. 

IV. Ernest Marvin Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 24 Sept. 1875. 



Chil. of Lewis and Mary Esther (Avery) Benedict. 

I. Lydia Waterbury Benedict, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 30 Aug. 
1848; was unmarried in Nov. 1877. 

II. Lewis Hanford Benedict, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 26 Nov. 
1849; a dealer in fruit; married at Camden, N. J., 22 Nov. 1870, 



3330 



Chil. of Aaron C. and Emma Elizabeth (Hart) Keeler. 3331 

I. Henry Hawley Keeler, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 3 March 1867. 

II. Abner Hart Keeler, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 5 Ap. 1868. 

III. Aaron Benedict Keeler, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 13 Ap. 1872. 

IV. Nettie Eliza Keeler, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 16 June 1876. 



3333 



3346 



16897 



9337 



9338 



9339 
9340 
934i 
9342 
9343 



9344 
9345 



Whitney Family. 



9346 



9347 



9348 



Emma Lewis Kellogg, dau. of Cyrus and Eliza Ann (Osborn) Kellogg, of 
Camden. She was born at Poundridge, N. Y., 26 March 1849. They 
settled at Brooklyn, N. Y., and were living there in Sept. 1877. 

III. Etta Mary Benedict, b. at South Salem, N. Y., u Nov. 1853; 
died at South Salem, 7 June 1857, and was buried there. 

IV. Cora Estella Benedict, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 21 Sept. 1861. 



Chll. of Stephen and Harriet (Benedict) Webster. 

I. George Webster, a farmer; lived with his parents in 1873. 

II. Harriet Eudora Webster. 

III. Mary Anne Webster, lived with her parents in 1873. 

IV. Charles Webster. 

V. Stephen Webster, b. about 1866. 



Chll. of Jonah and Mary Amelia (Benedict) Holly. 

I. Marietta Holly, b. about 1855. 

II. Stephen Holly, b. about 1865. 

Chll. of Webster Boughton and Hancy Keeler (Benedict) Hull. 

I. Hannah Louisa Hull, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 18 Aug. 1856; 
was a teacher of instrumental music, and organist of the Presbyterian 
Church, at South Salem, in 1873. 

II. William Clayton Hull, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 30 Dec. 1863. 



Chll. of Henry and Isabella Frances (Hayes) Anderson. 
I. Mary Ellen Anderson, b. at Elizabeth, N. J., 25 Aug. 1863. 



1387 



9300 



3348 



3349 



3350 



3357 



i 3 88 



9349 
9350 
9351 



9352 
9353 



9354 

9355 
9356 

9357 



9358 

9359 
9360 
936i 



Eighth Generation. 



II. Henry Churchill Anderson, b. at New York City, 8 July 1868. 

III. Fidelia Anderson, b. at Green Point, L. I., 26 Jan. 1873. 

IV. Annabel Anderson, b. at Green Point, L. I., 24 Aug. 1874. 

Chil. of Ferdinand and Anna Margaret (Purdy) Hayes. 

I. Mary Elizabeth Hayes, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 30 Dec. 1870; died 
2 Oct. 1871. 

II. Charles Ferdinand Hayes, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 12 Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of William Frederick and Fidelia Elizabeth (Hayes) 
Benedict. 

I. Annie Keeler Benedict, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 2 July 
1864. 

II. William Hayes Benedict, b. at New York City, 5 May 1866. 

III. Frederick Beecher Benedict, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 15 May 
1869. 

IV. Charles Ernest Benedict, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 6 Sept. 1872. 



Chil. of John Leicester and Nellie (Keyset) Hayes. 

I. Elsie May Hayes, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., n June 1867. 

II. Helena Hampton Hayes, b. at Green Point, L. I., 2 Jan. 1869. 

III. Nelly Hoyt Hayes, b. at Green Point, L. I., 1 1 Feb. 1872. 

IV. John Leicester Hayes, b. at Green Point, L. I., 31 March 
1876. 



3358 



3359 



336o 



9362 
9363 
9364 
9365 
9366 

9367 



9368 
9369 

9370 



937i 
9372 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Daniel Howel and Hannah Jane (Koelor) Olmstead. 

I. Harrison Eli Olmstead, b. at The Cascades, Columbia River, 
Oregon, 8 July 1863. 

II. Myra Daniels Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 24 
March 1865. 

III. Rosa Delia Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 30 
Aug. 1866. 

IV. Isaac Sterrett Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 30 
Ap. 1 869 ; died there, 8 Jan. 1 872, and was buried in Walla Walla Cemetery. 

V. Addy Levina Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 1 1 
Feb. 1873; died there, 4 March 1873, and was buried in Walla Walla 
Cemetery. 

VI. Lewis Daniel Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 25 
July 1875. 



Chil. of John Ell and Eliza Jane (Carpenter) Keeler. 

I. Ida Jane Keeler, b. at West Hoboken, N. J., in Oct. 1861. 

II. John Lewis Keeler, b. at West Hoboken, N. J., in Aug. 1865; 
died at Jersey City, N. J., in Jan. 1868. 

III. Charles Eli Keeler, b. at Jersey City, N. J., in Feb. 1871. 



Chil. of Rollin and Esther Mary (Keeler) McNiel. 

I. Archibald McNiel, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 16 July 1866. 

II. Mary McNiel, b. at New Haven, Conn., 6 Jan. 1871; died at South 
Salem, N. Y., 20 March 1872, and was buried in the Presbyterian Church- 

| yard. 



9373 



Child of David Bradley and Adelphlne Frederica (Brandner) Keeler. 

I. Mabel Keeler, b. at Greeley, Colorado, 24 July 1871; died 2 Aug. 
1871, and was buried at Greeley. 



1389 



3362 



3363 



337 



337i 



1390 



9374 



9375 



9376 
9377 
9378 



9379 



938i 



9382 



Right h Generation. 



Chil. of William H. and Mary Amelia (Marvin) Henry. 

I. William Marvin Henry, b. in New York City, 10 Aug. 1860; and 
was living there, with his parents, at 56 West I2th Street, in 1874. 

II. John Campbell Henry, b. in New York City, 23 July 1866; and 
was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 



Chil. of Harman and Sarah Elizabeth (Marvin) Terwilliger. 

I. Harman Cage Terwilliger, b. at Fair Haven, in Sterling, N. Y., 
25 June 1858 ; and was living with his parents, at Vassar, Mich., in 1874. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Terwilliger, b. at Fair Haven, N. Y., 17 June 
1862 ; and was living with her parents, at Vassar, Mich., in 1874. 

III. Helen Ann Terwilliger, b. at Fair Haven, N. Y., 6 Ap. 1864; 
and was living with her parents, at Vassar, Mich., in 1874. 



Child of Lewis Scott and Rachel (Van Patten) Marvin. 

I. Estella Marvin, b. at Sterling, N. Y., 20 Nov. 1868; and was 
living there, with her parents, in 1874. 



Child of Albert Foster and Betsey (White) Boland. 

I. John Albert Boland, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 2 May 1832; 
a trader; married at Vesper, N. Y., Elvira Russell; and was living at 
Owasco, N. Y., in Sept. 1875. 

Chil. of Albert Foster and Sarah (Darling) Boland. 

II. Sarah Abigail Boland, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 7 Dec. 
1835; died at Cazenovia, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1840, and was buried at Cortland 
Village. 

III. Annis Levina Boland, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 23 May 
1837; died at the same place, 10 June 1837, and was buried there. 



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3376 



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(1039 



3382 



9383 



9384 



9385 



9386 



9387 
9388 

9389 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Albert Foster and Annis (Darling) Boland. 

IV. Harriet Elizabeth Boland, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 9 Oct. 
1838 ; married at Hamilton, N. Y., 25 March 1858, by Elder Jones, Baptist, 
to John Williams, who was born at Fabius, N. Y. They settled at Caze- 
novia, N. Y.; where he died 2 Sept. 1860, and was buried in Cazenovia 
Cemetery. She then dwelt with her father, at Watervale, N. Y., four 
years; at Cazenovia, four years; and at Manlius, N. Y., four years. She 
was living at Fayetteville, N. Y., in Oct. 1875, a member of the Presbyterian 
Church since her fourteenth year. 

V. Sarah Amanda Boland, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 30 Sept 
1840; married at Watervale, N. Y., 16 Ap. 1861, by Rev. Mr. Jenks, 
Presbyterian, to Addison Steenbergh, a farmer, son of Daniel and Lucy 
(Benson) Steenbergh, of Pompey, N. Y., where he was born 25 June 1833. 
They dwelt at Pompey till I Ap. 1871; then moved to Manlius, N. Y., and 
were living there in Oct. 1875. 

VI. Wilkins Daniel Boland, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1842; 
died at the same place, 18 June 1845, an d was buried there. 

VII. Frederick Darling Boland, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., 4 Nov. 
1844; a blacksmith; married at Oneida, N. Y., 12 Dec. 1866, Mary 
Shannon, dau. of William and Margaret (Coffee) Shannon, of Oriskany 
Falls, N. Y. She was born near Waterford, Ireland, 20 Nov. 1851. He 
dwelt at Bouckville, N. Y., from i Ap. 1865 till i Oct. 1867 ; at Manlius, 
N. Y., till i Ap. 1874; and then settled at Watervale, N. Y., where they 
were living in Oct. 1875. He enlisted at New York City, 15 Aug. 1862, 
as private in Co. F, I27th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; served till 15 
Aug. 1863 ; enlisted, i Dec. 1863, at New York, as a landsman, in U. S. 
Navy ; and was discharged 1 3 Dec. 1 864, having served on board the 
Hartford and taken part in the capture of Mobile, under Admiral Farragut. 
He has been sometimes called Frederick Anson Boland. 

VIII. Ellen Augusta Boiand, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1846; 
died at the same place, 25 July 1849, an d was buried there. 

IX. Emma Charlotte Boland, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., 5 May 1849; 
died at Cazenovia, N. Y., 14 June 1857, an ^ was buried there. 



X. Charles Edward Boland, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., .25 Jan. 1854 ; 
a printer; was living at Fayetteville, N. Y., in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 



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9391 



9392 



9393 



9394 



9395 



9396 



EigJith Generation. 







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3383 



Chil. of John Parker and Harriet (Boland) Andrews. 

I. Abigail Foster Andrews, b. at Groton, N. Y., 27 Sept. 1833; 
died at Groton, 16 Feb. 1834, and was buried there. 

II. Dudley Boland Andrews, b. at Lansing, N. Y., 2 Ap. 1836; a 16903 
railway baggage-master; married at Homer, N. Y., I Jan. 1858, Helen 

Mira Ripley, dau. of David and Maria Jane (Elliott) Ripley, of Syracuse, 
N. Y. She was born at Spaffbrd, N. Y., 25 Ap. 1835. They were living 
at Boone, Iowa, in Feb. 1876, having dwelt at Yankton, Dakota, for one 
year, when it was first settled. 

III. Benjamin B. Andrews, b. at Lansing, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1837; a 
lawyer; married, 10 Sept. 1861, Emma White, dau. of John Keeler and 3485 
Sally (Griffen) White, of Cortland Village, N. Y., where she was born. 
They dwelt at Cortland Village, and at Fernandina, Fla., where he was 

U. S. District Attorney. He died at Fernandina, 14 June 1875, and was 
buried there. He served in the war of 1861, as first-lieut, second-lieut, 
and captain, in the Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers. 

IV. Sophia Boughton Andrews, b. at Lansing, N. Y., 23 Aug. 16909 
1838; married, I Jan. 1869, C. E. Ripley, son of David and Sarah Ripley. 

They settled at Boone, Iowa, and were living there in Feb. 1 876. 



Chil. of William Henry and Mary (Woodward) Boland. 

I. Elizabeth Boland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., 19 Oct. 1836; and was 
living there in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

II. Abigail Boland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., 3 March 1838; married 
at Bridgewater, Conn., 24 Nov. 1864, by Rev. Mr. Noble, Episcopal, to 
Tracey Austin Dibble, a farmer, son of Barnabas and Mary (Burbank) 
Dibble, of Dexter, Mich. He was born at Webster, Mich., 8 May 1838. 
They dwelt at Dexter for three years ; and then moved to Grass Lake, 
which was still their home in Sept. 1875. 

III. Clarinda Boland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., 24 June 1839; mar- 
ried there, 8 Jan. 1 863, by Rev. Maltby Gelston, Congregational, to Charles 
Carroll Robison, a farmer, son of Andrew and Gertrude (Hoag) Robison, 
of Sharon, Mich. He was born at Phelps, N. Y., 18 Nov. 1828. They 
dwelt at Sharon till i Ap. 1865; then moved to Grass Lake, and were 
living there in Sept. 1875. 



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9397 



9398 



9399 
9400 

9401 
9402 



9403 
9404 

9405 



Whitney Family. 



IV. Mary Josephine Boland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., 7 Ap. 1845; 
married there, 27 March 1867, by Rev. Norman Tucker, Presbyterian, to 
Henry Wlnfleld Bush, a farmer, son of Jonathan and Sarah (Winfield) 
Bush, of Grass Lake. He was born at Canadice, N. Y., I Ap. 1845; died 
at Grass Lake, 20 May 1869, and was buried there. She was married 
(2d), 9 May 1872, at Grass Lake, by Rev. George Williams, Congrega- 
tional, to Laban Asahel Parsons, of the same place, a farmer, son of 
Alanson and Alvira (Green) Parsons, of Rushville, N. Y. He was born at 
Italy, N. Y., 5 Dec. 1842. They settled at Grass Lake, and were living 
there in Sept. 1875. 

V. William Anson Boland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., i Jan. 1848; a 
manufacturer of boots and shoes; married at Jackson, Mich., I Aug. 1870, 
Rowena Owelle, dau. of Darwin and Rowena (Newton) Dwelle, of Bruns- 
wick, Me. She was born at Lewiston, Me., I Aug. 1850. They dwelt at 
Grass Lake for a short time ; and then moved to Jackson, where they 
were still living in Sept. 1875. 



Chil. of William Cillett and Eliza Hannah (Boland) Burnham. 

I. Harriet Maria Burnham, b. 19 May 1822 ; married, 1 1 Jan. 1848, 
William M. Moore. 

II. Theodore Augustus Burnham, b. 25 Nov. 1823; married, 6 
Sept 1854, Emma Maria Cady, who was born 26 Ap. 1831. He died 23 

! July 1855. 

III. Therese Amelia Burnham, b. 28 Dec. 1825. 

IV. Egbert Reuben Burnham, b. 24 Jan. 1829; married, 4 Aug. 
1850, Mary Lucinda Sandford, who was born 8 June 1831, and died 19 
July 1854. He married (2d), 7 Jan. 1857, Eliza Sophia Cutter, who was 
born in 1831, and died 21 March 1858. He dwelt at 7 Fitch Street, 
Syracuse, N. Y., in Oct. 1875. 

V. Frederick M. Burnham, b. in Jan. 1832; died in Feb. 1833. 

VI. Frederick Foster Burnham, b. 8 Jan. 1834; married, 1 8 Oct. 
1857, Maria Theresa Currier. 

VII. Frank Eugene Burnham, b. 4 May 1836; married, 6 Ap. 
1 86 1, Elvira Conn. 

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16918 



16920 
16921 



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9408 
9409 



9410 



9411 



9412 



9413 



9414 



9415 



Eighth Generation. 



9406 VIII. Abby Clarinda Burnham, b. 30 Nov. 1837; married, 31 Dec. 
I 1856, Jared Derby. 

9407 IX. Sarah Elizabeth Burnham, b. 11 Nov. 1839; married, i Nov. 
1859, George A. Parkington. 



X. Edward Smith Burnham, b. 15 Feb. 1843; died 22 Dec. 1845. 
XL William Dixon Burnham, b. 22 Ap. 1847. 



Chil. of Frederick Mortimer and Jacintha (Randall) Boland. 

I. William Henry Boland, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 12 Jan. 1831; a 
hat-finisher; married at Bridgewater, Conn., 10 May 1853, Nancy Lorana 
Treat, dau. of Almon and Hannah (Randall) Treat, of Bridgewater, where 
she was born 24 June 1830. They settled at Bridgeport, and were living 
there in Feb. 1876. 

II. Montville Boland, b. at Bridgewater, Conn., 5 Dec. 1832; died 
at St. Louis, Mo., 10 Jan. 1856, and was buried at Bridgewater. 

III. Emelia Boland, b. at Bethel, Conn., 22 Jan. 1835; married at 
Bridgewater, Conn., I Jan. 1860, Burr Mallett, a farmer, born at Bridge- 
water, 25 Feb. 1834, son of Marcus and Sarah (Keeler) Mallett, and g. son 
of Stephen Keeler, who went to Bridgewater from Ridgefield, Conn., about 
1810. They settled at Bridgewater, and were living there in Feb. 1876. 

IV. Reuben Nathaniel Boland, b. at Bethel, Conn., 13 Sept. 1836; 
a hat-finisher; married at Danbury, Conn., 25 Dec. 1874, Lucy Jane Katon, 
dau. of John and Mary (Lewis) Katon, of Washington, Conn., where she 
was born 25 Aug. 1846. They were living at Danbury in Feb. 1876. 

V. Eugene Randall Boland, b. at Sharon, Conn., 21 Nov. 1838; a 
hat-finisher; married at Bridgewater, Conn., i Jan. 1863, Mary Elizabeth 
Beardsley, dau. of Addison and Harriet (Cole) Beardsley, of Bridgewater, 
where she was born 26 June 1842. They were living at Greenpoint, L. I., 
in Feb. 1876. 

VI. Charles Mansfield Boland, b. at Sharon, Conn., i Oct. 1840; 
a carpenter and joiner; married at Danbury, Conn., 25 Dec. 1867, Clara 
Amelia Hodges, who was born there, 4 Oct. 1846, dau. of George and 
Harriet (Barnum) Hodges. They were living at Danbury in Feb. 1876. 



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16929 



16934 



9416 



9417 



941 8 



9419 



9420 



9421 



9422 



9423 
9424 



Whitney Family. 

VII. Lucy Ann Boland, b. at Sharon. Conn., 8 Oct. 1842; and was 
living at Bridgewater, Conn., in Feb. 1876, unmarried. 

VIII. Frances Abigail Boland, b. at Sharon, Conn., 12 Oct. 1844; 
married at Bridgewater, Conn., 24 Nov. 1864, Sherwood Adam Lyon, a 
salesman, son of George and Ann Janet (Beardsley) Lyon, of Bridgewater, 
where he was born 27 March 1838. They were living at 118 Huron 
Street, Green Point, L. I., in Feb. 1876. 

IX. Frederick Anson Boland, b. at Bridgewater, Conn., 15 Ap. 
1847 ; died at Bridgewater, Conn., 1 1 Sept. 1848, and was buried there. 

X. Emeline Boland, b. at Bridgewater, Conn., 15 Feb. 1850; married 
there, 13 Oct. 1873, Henry Frost, a farmer, son of Lewis and Sylvia (Beers) 
Frost, of Bridgewater, where he was born 22 Jan. 1849. They were living 
at Southville, Conn., in Feb. 1876. 



Chil. of Hiram and Louisa (Chllds) Boland. 

I. Harriet Maria Boland, b. at Groton, N. Y., 3 Oct. 1831; married 
at Waverly, Iowa, 31 Oct. 1856, by Rev. C. M. Sessions, Meth. Epis., to 
Elmore Smith, an engineer, son of John and Betsey (Chamberlain) Smith, 
of Kent, Conn., where he was born 10 Nov. 1829. They dwelt, for two 
years, at Polk, Iowa; then moved to Bradford, Iowa, and were living there 
in Sept. 1875. 

II. Wesley Foster Boland, b. at Groton, N. Y., 8 March 1835; 
married at Plymouth, Conn., i Jan. 1861, Angel ine Warner; died at 
Bridgeport, Conn., 14 Ap. 1873, and was buried at Plymouth. His widow 
was living at 8 Clarence Street, Bridgeport, in Sept. 1875. 

III. Reuben Egbert Boland, b. at Groton, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1840; died 
at Groton, 15 Feb. 1841, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Reuben Egbert and Maria (Trowbridge) Boland. 

I. Helen Maria Boland, b. at Sharon, Conn., 20 Aug. 1838. 

II. Charles Edward Boland, b. at Westport, Conn., 10 July 1843; 
married in the Prot. Epis. Church of the Holy Apostles, New York City, 
by Rev. R. S. Howland, D.D., 14 Oct. 1869, to Jenny Goulding Hawthorn, 



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3387 
16936 



16940 



3388 



16941 



9425 



9426 



9427 



9428 



9429 



9430 



Eighth Generation. 



dau. of Thomas and Jane (Goulding) Hawthorn, of New York, where she 
was born 13 Ap. 1851. They dwelt at Flushing, L. I., till Feb. 1872; at 
New York, till 22 Nov. 1874; then returned to Flushing, and were living 
there in Sept. 1875. His occupation was insurance, at 120 Broadway, New 
York. He served in the war of 1861, with Co. A, 22d Reg., N. G. S. 
N. Y., having been mustered in, May 1862. 

III. Anson Albert Boland, b. at Westport, Conn., 24 Nov. 1845; a 
cartman ; married at New York City, IO June 1 867, Helen Shumway Beers, 
dau. of Andrew Buckley and Henrietta Jones (Caldwell) Beers, of New 
York, where she was born 24 Feb. 1848. They were living at 14 Vandam 
Street, New York, in Oct. 1875. 

IV. Abigail Gilbert Boland, b. at Westport, Conn., 29 May 1848; 
married at her father's residence, 412 West Nineteenth Street, New York, 
22 Jan. 1873, Frederick Custavus Anderson, a lawyer, son of James and 
Maria (Conklin) Anderson, of New York, where he was born 27 Jan. 1845. 
They dwelt at Flushing, L. I., from i May 1875 to I Sept. 1875; and then 
moved to 351 West Fifteenth Street, New York. 



Chil. of George Russol and Sarah (Boland) Woodward. 



16942 



16944 



3391 



I. Susan Woodruff Woodward, b. at Sharon, Conn., 6 May 1840; 16946 
married there, 10 Dec. 1863, Nathan Jewett, a farmer, son of John and 
Caroline (Johnson) Jewett, of Sharon, where he was born 14 July 1839. 

They settled at Sharon, and there died (he, 27 Dec. 1872; she, i6Jan. 
1875), and were buried. 

II. Abby Foster Woodward, b. at Sharon, Conn., 18 Sept. 1842; 
married there, 16 Jan. 1873, Samuel Averill Skiff, a farmer, son of Luther 
and Hannah (Comstock) Skiff, of Kent, Conn., where he was born 1 1 Ap. 
1837. They settled at Sharon, and were living there in Aug. 1875. 

III. Emma Maria Woodward, b. at Sharon, Conn., 15 July 1844; , 16952 
married there, 6 Ap. 1865, Luther Brown, a farmer, son of Stephen and 
Almira (Abbott) Brown, of Sharon. He was born at Salisbury, Conn., 1 1 

Oct. 1840. They dwelt at Sharon till 13 March 1869; then moved to 
Waterloo, Iowa; and returned to her father's house 12 Nov. 1874, where 
they were still living in Oct. 1875. 

IV. Harriet Virginia Woodward, b. at Sharon, Conn., 20 March 
1849; died at Sharon, 22 Aug. 1850, and was buried there. 



9435 



9436 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Walter and Clarinda Amelia (Boland) Smith. 

9431 I. Caroline Boland Smith, b. at Kent, Conn., 11 May 1844; married 
at Bradford, Iowa, 10 Dec. 1868, by Rev. R. V. Williams, Congregational, 
to Merritt Currier, a farmer, son of Erdix Tinney and Laura Ann (Good- 
speed) Currier, of Java, N. Y. He was born at Wales, N. Y., 25 Dec. 
1841. They settled at Polk, Iowa, and were living there in Oct. 1875. 

9432 II. Maria Carpenter Smith, b. at Sharon, Conn., 4 Sept. 1845; 
married at her father's house in Bradford, Iowa, 25 March 1866, by Rev. 
John Knox Nutting, Congregational, to Walter Booth, a farmer, son of 
Neas and Ann (Howes) Booth, of Trafalgar, C. W., where he was born 25 
July 1836. They settled at Deerfield, Iowa, and were living there, with- 
out children, in Dec. 1875. 

9433 III. John Walter Smith, b. at Sharon, Conn., 10 June 1848 ; died of 
typhoid fever, 3 Nov. 1868, at Bradford, Iowa, and was buried there, in 
Greenwood Cemetery. 

9434 IV. Hiram Reuben Smith, b. at Sharon, Conn., 17 May 1850; died 
of typhoid fever, 24 Nov. 1868, at Bradford, Iowa, and was buried there, in 
Greenwood Cemetery. 



V. Harriet Virginia Smith, b. at Sharon, Conn., 6 Oct. 1851; died 
of scarlet fever, 16 Feb. 1863, at Bradford, Iowa, and was buried there, in 
Greenwood Cemetery. 

VI. Wesley Foster Smith, b. at Polk, Iowa, in Ap. 1855; died when 
ten days old. 



Chil. of Heman and Hannah (Boland) Tobey. 

9437 I. Horace H. Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 18 March 1821 ; died 
1 6 Sept. 1822. 

9438 II. Horace Myron Tobey, b. at Hitchcock's Corners, in Amenia, 
N.Y., 25 Dec. 1822; a blacksmith; married at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 5 
July 1848, by Rev. H. G. Ludlow, Presbyterian, to Ann M. Brown, dau. of 
John O. and Nancy (Wood) Brown, of Pawling, N. Y. She was born at 
Salt Point, in Pleasant Valley, N. Y., 26 May 1826. He left home i Sept. 
1837; lived at Poughkeepsie for five years; and then settled at Salt Point, 
where they were still living in Dec. 1875, without children. 

9439 III. Henry La Fayette Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 8 June 



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3394 



16960 






1398 



9440 



944i 



9442 



9443 



9444 



9445 



9446 



9447 



Eighth Generation. 



1824; a printer and editor; married in 1844, at Poughkeepsie, Ann Eliza 
Seabury, dau. of John and Jane (Pell) Seabury, of Poughkeepsie, where she 
was born 3 Dec. 1823. He died at Utica, N. Y., 22 Ap. 1859, and was 
buried in Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery. She was living at Poughkeepsie 
in Dec. 1875. 

IV. Harriet Boland Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 22 July 1826; 
married there, in 1848, John Hagadorn ; married (2d) Benjamin Shearer; 

and was living at Washington Hollow, N. Y., in Nov. 1875. 

V. Sophronia Elmer Tobey, b. near Hitchcock's Corners, in Amenia, 
N. Y., 17 Oct. 1828; married in Cannon Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
26 March 1856, by Rev. Henry G. Ludlow, Presbyterian, to Luther Eaton, 
a farmer, son of Ira and Precinda (Berry) Eaton, of Kent, Conn., where 
he was born 4 Feb. 1826. They settled in Kent, and were living there 
in Nov. 1875, without children. 

VI. Mary Jane Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 27 Aug. 1831; 
died there, 6 May 1832, and was buried in the old cemetery on Academy 
Street. 

VII. Sophia Ann Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 27 March 1833; 
died there, 31 Dec. 1834, and was buried in the old cemetery on Academy 
Street. 

VIII. Norman Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1835 ; died 
8 July 1835, and was buried in the old cemetery at Poughkeepsie. 



Chil. of Lemuel and Beulah (Boland) Cibbs. 

I. George Wellington Gibbs, b. at Torringford, Conn., 18 May 
1818 ; a teamster; was living at Pine swamp, on Sharon mountain, Conn., 
in Dec. 1875, unmarried. 

II. Lydia Martha Gibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 6 Jan. 1820; married 
at Wassaic, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1838, by Rev. William K. Stopford, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Lucius Smith Pendleton, a maker of sashes and blinds, son 
of Ethan and Esther (Hinckley) Pendleton, of South Norfolk, Conn., 
where he was born 10 Feb. 1817. They dwelt at Norfolk, Conn., till 1848; 
at Goshen, Conn., till 1851; at Cornwall, Conn., till 1855 ; then settled at 
Wassaic, and were living there in Dec. 1875. 

III. Homer Augustus Gibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 10 March 1822 ; 



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9449 
9450 

945 
9452 

9453 
9454 
9455 



9455 



Whitney Family. 



a merchant and farmer; married at Northeast, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1844, 
Catharine Miller, dau. of Reuben and Eliza (Bacon) Miller, of Copake, 
N. Y., where she was born 9 Oct. 1825. They settled at Ore Hill, in 
Salisbury, Conn., and were living there in Dec. 1875. 

IV. Myron Boland Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 28 Feb. 1826; a 
farmer and farrier; married at Batavia, N. Y., 18 Feb. 1853, Mary Reed, 
dau. of James and Huldah Maria (Hinkston) Reed, of South Barre, N. Y., 
where she was born 6 Sept. 1835. They settled at Barre, N. Y., where he 
enlisted, 2 Oct. 1861, as farrier, in Co. H, 8th Reg., N. Y. Cavalry; was 
discharged for disability, 28 March 1863 ; enlisted, 14 Feb. 1864, f r three 
years, in 4th Reg., N. Y. Heavy Artillery; was taken prisoner in the battle 
of Ream's Station; and was sent to Salisbury Prison, N. C, where he was 
killed, i Oct. 1864, by a sentinel. She was living at Barre in Feb. 1876. 

V. Francis Jerome Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 1 8 March 1828; 
died at Barre, N. Y., 18 June 1861, unmarried. 

VI. Solomon Goodrich Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 24 May 1830; 
a waggon-maker; married, in May 1853, Laura Louisa Burtch; and settled 
at Ore Hill, Conn., where they were still living in Dec. 1875. He has 
represented the town of Salisbury in the Legislature of Connecticut. 

VII. John Boland Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., u Aug. 1832; a 
mariner; was at Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, in 1873, when last heard from. 

VIII. Eber Sanford Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 2 March 1834; 
married at Des Moines, Iowa, wife's name not reported ; and was living 
there in Dec. 1875. 

IX. Henry Hiram Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 14 Aug. 1836; died 
there, 7 July 1838, and was buried in Sharon South Cemetery. 

X. Henly Lemuel Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 3 Nov. 1839; died 
there, 15 July 1842, and was buried in Sharon Cemetery. 

XI. Wesley L. Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 24 July 1842; a soldier 
in the war of 1861; married Mary Flannagan ; and was living at Millerton, 
N. Y., in Dec. 1875. 



Child of Solomon and Eveline (Boland) Goodrich. 

I. Semantha Goodrich, residence not known. She had brothers 
and sisters, who are all dead. 



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16991 



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9456 



9457 



9458 



9459 



9460 



9461 



9462 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Henley Eleazer and Luthena (Chamberlain) Phillips. 

I. Samuel Henley Phillips, b. at Danbury, Conn., 21 March 1840; 
a portrait-painter; married at Mansfield, Ohio, 10 Aug. 1864, Elvira 
Frances Doty, dau. of Elisha Wade and Sophronia Ann (Carpenter) Doty, 
of Mansfield. She was born at Delaware, Ohio, 25 Sept. 1840. They 
were living at Paris, 111., in March 1876. He was a Union soldier in the 
war of 1861. 

II. George Delazon Phillips, b. at New Fairfield, Conn., in March 
1842; a machinist; married in 1863, at Bridgeport, Conn., Emma Krinks; 
and was living there in Feb. 1876, a contractor in a sewing-machine factory. 
He enlisted at Bridgeport, 28 July 1862, in Co. D, i7th Reg., Conn. Vol. 
Infantry. He was left on the battle-field of Chancellorsville, supposed to 
be dead and so reported ; and after lying on the earth for fourteen days, 
exposed to the sun and rain, too badly wounded to be carried to Rich- 
mond, was sent by the Confederates within the Union lines, and recovered, 
though still carrying the rebel bullets in his side. 

III. Alonzo Booth Phillips, b. at Monroe, Conn., in Feb. 1844; a 
blacksmith; enlisted at Bridgeport, Conn., when 18 years old, in Co. I, 
6th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry ; and was killed in the night-attack on Fort 
Wagner, in 1862. 

IV. Charles Wesley Phillips, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 2 March 
1852; a photographer; was living at Indianapolis, Ind., in Feb. 1876, 
unmarried. 



Chil. of Henry and Mary Ann (Boland) Stilwell. 

I. William Henry Stilwell, a dentist, grad. at the Dental College of 
Philadelphia, Penn.; was a soldier in the war of 1861, and took part in 
Gen. Sherman's march to the sea ; residence unknown. 

II. Wallace Stilwell, was a student of music, in Germany, in Jan. 
1876. 

III. Mary Anna Stilwell, was reported as living in New York City, 
in Jan. 1876. 



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9464 
9465 

9466 

9467 
9468 



9469 
9470 

9471 
9472 

9473 
9474 
9475 
9476 



Chil. of Charles Jason and Cornelia Louisa (Boland) Craves. 

I. Betsey Cornelia Craves, b. at Penfield, N. Y., 11 Dec. 1748; and 
was living at 800 Eighth Street, Washington, D. C, in Jan. 1876, unmar- 
ried. 

II. Charles Andrew Jackson Craves, b. at Penfield, N. Y., 19 Ap. 
1850; and was living at Rochester, N. Y., in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 

III. Edwin Talcott Craves, twin, b. at Penfield, N. Y., 27 Jan. 
1854; and was living at Sweden, N. Y., in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 

IV. Emily Louisa Craves, twin, b. at Penfield, N. Y., 27 Jan. 1854; 
and was living at Sweden, N. Y., in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 

V. Viletta Jane Craves, b. at Penfield, N. Y., 22 Nov. 1856. 

VI. Jason Craves, b. at Penfield, N. Y., 26 May 1860. 



Chil. of Myron Tlcknor and Margaret (Buntaln) Boland. 

I. William James Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 6 Ap. 1848; was living 
at Holden, Mo., in Dec. 1875, unmarried. 

II. Augustine Elmer Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 25 Oct. 1849; and 
was living there, with his father, in Dec. 1875, unmarried. 

III. Sarah Jane Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 30 March 1853; an d wa s 
living there, with her father, in Dec. 1875. 

IV. Thomas Jefferson Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 9 May 1855; 
died there, 8 Ap. 1856, and was buried in Paris Cemetery. 

V. John Ticknor Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 6 Ap. 1859. 

VI. Clara Ruthena Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 3 Feb. 1861. 

VII. Charles Lincoln Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 14 June 1865. 

VIII. Franklin Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 29 March 1868. 



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9485 


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9486 


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9487 


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9488 


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9489 


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Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Wireman and Theoda Clarinda (Boland) Newlon. 

I. Charles Elmer Newlon, b. at Hunter, near Huffmansville, 111., 12 
Jan. 1852 ; and was living at Huffmansville in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 

II. Annie Newlon, b. at Summitville, Iowa, 13 Aug. 1857; married 
at Huffmansville, 111., 5 Nov. 1874, by Rev. John Van Houton, to Hiram 
Burney Newlon, a dealer in stock, born at Prairie, 111., 28 Sept. 1846, son 
of John and Margaret (Wolf) Newlon. They settled at Oswego, Kansas, 
and were living there in Jan. 1876. 

III. Wireman Baty Newlon, b. at Prairie, 111., lojuly 1865. 

IV. Arabelle Newlon, b. at Prairie, 111., 12 Ap. 1868. 



Chil. of James Alanson and Emily Jemima (Baggerley) Boland. 

I. Benjamin Franklin Boland, b. at Hunter, III, 22 May 1860. 

II. Marilla Theoda Boland, b. at Hunter, 111., 24 July 1862. 

III. Augustine David Boland, b. at Chilhowee, Mo., 22 June 1867. 

IV. Ida Belle Boland, b. at Chilhowee, Mo., 4 March 1870; died at 
Bogart, Mo., 10 Oct. 1872, and was buried in the Hendricks Cemetery. 

V. Edward James Boland, b. at Bogart, Mo., 2 Oct. 1872. 



Chil. of Augustine Elmer and Charity (Galenor) Boland. 

I. Charles David Boland, b. at Hunter, seven miles east of Paris, 
., 28 Sept. 1866. 

II. Henley Nelson Boland, b. at Hunter, III, 6 Oct. 1869. 

III. Orria Monda Boland, b. at Hunter, 111., 31 March 1871. 

IV. Luella Theoda Boland, b. at Hunter, 111., 9 Aug. 1874. 



9490 



949' 



9492 



9493 



9494 



9495 



9496 



9497 



Whitney Family, 



Chil. of Walter and Sarah (Smith) Keeler. 

I. William Ervin Keeler, b. at 206 Bowery, New York, 9 Aug. 
1828; died in New York, 17 Nov. 1841, and was buried at North 
Salem, N. Y. 

II. Cornelia Keeler, b. at New York City, 17 Jan. 1830; married 
there, 3 Ap. 1852, Richard Alsop Storrs, son of Joseph Storrs, of Oyster 
Bay, L. I., where he was born in Jan. 1830. They settled in New York; 
and, in May 1877, were living at 115 Lexington Avenue. He was then 
deputy-comptroller of the City of New York. 



Chil. of Thaddeus Crane and Julia (Keeler) Quick. 

I. Oscar Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 24 Nov. 1824; a carpenter; 
died at North Salem, 6 Oct. 1851, and was buried there. 

II. Lydia Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., about 1826; married 
there Moses Underbill, a clerk, son of Charles and Elizabeth (Quinby) 
Underhill, of Chappaqua, N. Y., where he was born 10 Feb. 1822. They 
were living at 112 Waverly Place, New York, in July 1877, without 
children. 

III. Stebbins Baxter Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1829; 
a dealer in glass and porcelain ; married at the Church of the Divine 
Paternity, 5th Avenue, corner of 45th Street, New York, 28 Ap. 1869, by 
Rev. E. H. Chapin, D.D., to Alice Reed, dau. of Charles and Anna 
(Carpenter) Reed, of New York, where she was born 15 March 1848. She 
died there, 28 March 1874, and was buried at North Salem. He was 
living at 1 12 Waverly Place, New York, in July 1877. 

IV. John Wesley Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 30 May 1832 ; a 
carpenter and joiner; lived at North Salem in July 1877, unmarried. 

V. Howard Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1835; a farmer; 
died 30 June 1851, and was buried in North Salem Cemetery. 

VI. Gerard Crane Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 10 July 1837; 
a farmer; married there, 12 Sept. 1865, Ruth Ann Partrick, dau. of John 
and Fanny (Jennings) Partrick, of Ridgefield, Conn., where she was born 
20 Sept. 1840. They were living at North Salem in July 1877. 



H03 



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3421 



16998 



16999 



1 404 



9499 



9500 



9501 



9502 



9503 

9504 

9505 
9506 



9507 
9508 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Lewis and Esther (Keeler) Ritch. 

9498 I. John Wallace Ritch, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1826; 
died there, of typhoid fever, 20 Sept. 1848, and was buried in North 
Salem Cemetery. 



II. Walter Pitch, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1828; a farmer; 
married at North Salem, 2 July 1857, Anna Hillyer, dau. of Rev. Shailer 
Justyn and Catharine (Tichenor) Hillyer, of North Salem. She was born 
at Orange, N. J., u July 1824. They settled at North Salem, and were 
living there in July 1877. 

III. Charles Ritch, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 19 Feb. 1830; died at 
North Salem, 21 Jan. 1849, ar >d was buried there. 

IV. George Lewis Ritch, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 17 Ap. 1835; 
died at North Salem, of typhoid fever, 14 Dec. 1848, and was buried there. 

V. Anna Maria Ritch, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 21 June 1845 ; and 
was living there, with her mother, in July 1877, unmarried. 



Chil. of Jesse Birchard and Elizabeth (Simonson) Keeler. 

I. William Irving Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1846; 
a miller; married at North Salem, 29 Oct. 1873, Ada Crosby. They were 
living at New York City in July 1 877. 

II. Mary Simonson Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1849; 
and was living there, with her father, in July 1877, unmarried. 

III. Lydia Maria Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 16 May 1851; 
died at North Salem, 22 Jan. 1854, and was buried there. 

IV. Amelia Elizabeth Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 28 Sept. 
1853; married there, 28 Oct. 1873, George KnifTen. They were living at 
Brewster's Station, N. Y., in July 1877. 

Chil. of Jesse Birchard and Harriet (Everett) Keeler. 

V. Edward Everett Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 19 May 1860; 
died at the same place, 4 July 1861, and was buried there. 

VI. Charles Everett Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., i Feb. 1862. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Ellas and Chloe (Crosby) Brush. 



I. Lydia Maria Brush, married 



29 La Fayette Street, Newark, N. J., in Jan. 1876. 

II. Brush, a dau. 

III. Brush, a dau. 

IV. Brush, a dau. 

V. Brush, a son. 



Griffiths ; and was living at 



Chil. of Mills Phillips and Lydia Adeline (Ray) Brush. 

I. Mary Jane Brush, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 26 Dec. 1836; married at 
Phelps, N. Y., 24 Sept. 1856, Philander A. Mott, a farmer, son of Philander 
and Mary Ann (Baker) Mott, of Phelps. He was born at Chatham, N. Y., 
in March 1829. They settled at Phelps, and were living there in Jan. 
1876. 

II. Eliza Ann Brush, b. at Phelps, N. Y., 26 Sept. 1840; married at 
Newark, N. Y., 21 Oct. 1863, Frank Hill, a farmer, son of Benjamin and 
Sarah (Skinner) Hill, of Newark. He was born at Gowanda, N. Y., 2 Oct. 
1827. They dwelt at Hillsdale, Mich., from March 1864 till Oct. 1867; 
and then settled at Penfield, N. Y., where they were still living in Jan. 
1876. 

III. Laura Maria Brush, b. at Phelps, N. Y., 3 May 1846; was 
living with her father, at Newark, N. Y., in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of John Davies and Alzina (Brush) Peckham. 

I. Frances Maria Peckham, b. in Erie Street, Maumee City, Ohio, 
10 Sept. 1834; married at Toledo, Ohio, 18 Dec. 1865, by Rev. Charles 
W. Peckham, Methodist, to George Secor, a clerk and commercial traveller, 
son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Ketcham) Secor, of Goshen, N. Y., where he 
was born 20 Nov. 1832. They settled at 365 Ontario Street, Toledo; 
where he died 6 Feb. 1872, and was buried in Forest Cemetery. She 
moved, in July 1865, to Perrysburgh, Ohio, and was living there in Jan. 
1876. 



1405 



3425 



3427 
17004 



17008 



3429 
17010 



1406 



Eighth Generation. 



9518 



9519 



9520 



9521 



9522 



9523 



9524 



9525 



9526 



II. Mary Lucinda Peckham, b. in Erie Street, Maumee City, Ohio, 
10 July 1837; died there, 31 Aug. 1844, and was buried in Springfield 
Cemetery, four miles to the west. 



III. George Brush Peckham, b. in Wayne Street, Maumee City, 
Ohio, 27 Feb. 1839; died at Maumee City, 19 March 1844, and was buried 
in Springfield Cemetery. 

IV. Cornelia Eunice Peckham, b. in Wayne Street, Maumee City, 
Ohio, 27 July 1845; married in the Methodist Episcopal Church at Peta- 
luma, Cal., 10 Sept. 1871, by Rev. John Lewis Trefen, to Charles Henry 
Doescher, a farmer, son of Eiber and Magdalena (Schachen) Doescher, of 
Dorum, Wurstein, Hannover, Germany, where he was born 12 Oct. 1839. 
They settled at Petaluma, and were living there in Jan. 1876. 

V. Charles Wesley Peckham, b. at Springfield, Ohio, 26 March 
1849; a teacher and farmer; married at Haven, Kansas, 19 Feb. 1874, by 
Rev. George Palmer, Baptist, to Sarah Hess, dau. of Abram and Elizabeth 
(Gadberry) Hess, who then lived near Hartford City, Ind., where she was 
born 29 Nov. 1849. At the organization of Haven township, in May 
1873, he was elected its first trustee ; and he has served for two successive 
years as Master of Haven Grange, Patrons of Husbandry. He was still 
living at Haven in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of Harvey and Emeline Keeler (Brush) Woodworth. 

I. Louise Maria Woodworth, b. at Hopewell, N. Y., 28 Sept. 1842; 
married, 7 March 1858, Thomas C. Maxwell; and was living at Lincoln, 
Neb., in Oct. 1875. 

II. Williard Couse Woodworth, b. at Hopewell, N. Y., 15 Feb. 
1844; married, 26 Dec. 1866, Martha Frazer; and was living at Exeter, 
Neb., in Oct. 1875. He enlisted, 14 Feb. 1864, at Fond du Lac, Wis., in 
the 35th Reg. of Wis. Infantry; and served till the close of the war. 

III. Mary Rosina Woodworth, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 17 Oct. 1846; : 17019 
married, 15 Dec. 1864, Charles Theodore Haskins; and was living at 
Unity, Wis., in Oct. 1875. 

IV. Caroline Antoinette Woodworth, b. at Fond du Lac, Wis., i 
Oct. 1851 ; died at the same place, 2 Ap. 1857, and was buried there. 

V. John Luther Woodworth, b. at Fond du Lac, Wis., 19 Sept. 
1853 ; and was living at Lincoln, Neb., in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 



Whitney Family. 



Child of Martin Harder and Mary Ann (Miner) Brush. 

I. George Miner Brush, b. at Nelson, N. Y., 3 March 1850; was 
living at 5 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal., in Feb. 1876, unmarried. 

Chil. of Martin Harder and Lucinda (Hawks) Brush. 

II. Amelia Maria Brush, b. at Phelps, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1852; was 
living at 124 South First Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in Feb. 1876, unmarried. 

III. Frank Hawks Brush, b. at Phelps, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1854; was 
living at 124 South First Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., in Feb. 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of Gilbert and Emetine (Keeler) Hunt. 

I. Floyd Keeler Hunt, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 8 Feb. 1833; a 
farmer; married there, 8 May 1855, by Rev. Shailer Justyn Hillyer, 
Universalist, to Ella Burr Sanford, third dau. of David and Esther (Staples) 
Sanford. She was born at Mill Plain, 1 in Ridgefield, Conn., 14 Aug. 1833. 
They settled in Ridgebury Society, and were still living there in Dec. 1875. 

II. Smith Gilbert Hunt, b. at North Salem, N.Y., in 1837 ; a trader 
and miller; married at Ridgebury, Conn., 13 Sept. 1860, by Rev. J. L. 
Townsend, to Mary Anna St. John, dau. of Samuel Sidney and Lucy Amy 
(Brush) St. John, of Ridgebury, where she was born 3 June 1839. They 
were living at Brewster's Station, N. Y., in Nov. 1874. 



III. 
IV. 

V. - 



- Hunt, a son, died aged three months. 

- Hunt, a son, died on the day of birth. 
Hunt, a son, died on the day of birth. 



Child of Floyd and Jane Grant (Purdy) Keeler. 

I. Henry Hobart Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 22 March 1854; 
and was living there, with his parents, in July 1877. 

1 Mill Plain has since been set off to Danbury. 



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3434 



3434 



3445 
17021 



17025 



3447 



1408 



Eighth Generation. 



9536 



9537 



9538 



9539 



9540 



954i 



Chil. of Henry and Ann (Keeler) Rundle. 

I. Mary Amelia Rundle, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1839; 
died at New York City, 23 Nov. 1842, and was buried in North Salem 
Cemetery. 

II. Elizabeth Rundle, b. at New York City, 23 July 1843 ; married 
at New Haven, Conn., 26 Oct. 1865, John Courtney Punderford, a whole- 
sale dealer in boots and shoes, son of James and Elizabeth (Hallam) 
Punderford, of New Haven, where he was born 2 Sept. 1838. They 
settled at New Haven, and were living there in Sept. 1875. 

Child of Leonard K. and Ann (Keeler) Everett. 

III. Edward Everett, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 10 March 1853; was living 
at New York City in July 1873, a clerk in the Mercantile Library. 



Child of Daniel and Jane (Keeler) Trowbridge. 

I. Jenny Keeler Trowbridge, b. in Crown Street, New Haven, 
Conn., I May 1845; married at New Haven, 15 May 1867, by Rev. Charles 
Fletcher, Methodist Episcopal, to John Jarvis Matthias, a merchant, son 
of Rev. John Jarvis and Mary Camp (Beach) Matthias, of Tarrytown, 
N. Y. He was born at Flushing, L. I., 14 Jan. 1843; grad. at the Uni- 
versity of the City of New York in 1862, and at the Sheffield Scientific 
School, Yale College, in 1866. They settled at New Haven, and were 
living there in Aug. 1875; he being engaged, with her father, in the West 
India trade. 



Chil. of Hiram Jackson and Catharine (Dowling) Keeler. 

I. James Lewis Keeler, b. at Logansport, Ind., 28 May 1846; died 
19 June 1846, and was buried in the Logansport Cemetery. 

II. John Dowling Keeler, b. at Madison Dock, Ohio, 9 Dec. 1849; 
grad. at U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., 7 June 1870; was detailed, ' 
in 1871, for special service in surveying the route for a ship-canal through 
Nicaragua, being chief of the hydrographic party, till relieved in Jan. 1872; 
was detailed to the Juniata, in June 1872, to search for the Polaris, and was 
favorably mentioned in the report of his commander. In 1873, his vessel 
was sent to bring back the survivors of the Virginius, from Santiago de 



Whitney Family. 



9548 



Cuba ; after which it joined the fleet off Key West, for squadron practice, 
and subsequently was sent to the European station, where he was still 
serving in Aug. 1875, having reached the grade of Master. 

III. Catharine Fenelon Keeler, b. at Madison Dock, Ohio, 13 Dec. 
1851; died at Cleveland, Ohio, 3 Aug. 1852, and was buried in the West 
Side Cemetery. 

IV. George Hiram Keeler, b. in Ann Street, Cleveland, Ohio, 20 
Ap. 1855 ; died 26 Aug. 1855, and was buried in the West Side Cemetery, 
Cleveland. 



Child of Abel Blngham and Jane Lobdell (Keeler) Murch. 

I. Mary Jane Murch, b. at Cazenovia, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1849; died at 
Unionville, Ohio, about 30 Dec. 1852, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Oliver Ellsworth and Eliza (Woodruff) Wolcott. 

I. Lori I la Wolcott, b. near Geneseo, N. Y., 30 Dec. 1827 ; married at 
Howell, Mich., Peter Kanouse. They were living at Byron, Mich., in 
Ap. 1877. 

II. Oliver Cromwell Wolcott, b. near Geneseo, N.Y., 24 Dec. 1829; 
a boat-builder; married at Mott's Corners, N.Y., 14 Jan. 1851, Esther Maria 
Redner, born in Hector, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1832, dau. of Freeman and Eliza- 
beth (Bowen) Redner. They settled at Syracuse, N. Y.; and he was living 
there in Ap. 1877, having been divorced from her 13 May 1874. 

III. Eliza Wolcott, b. near Geneseo, N. Y., 14 March 1831; died at 
the same place, 31 July 1834, and was buried there. 

IV. Laura Baker Wolcott, b. near Geneseo, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1833 ; 
married at Byron, Mich., George Botsford; and was living at Byron in Ap. 
1877. He served in the war of 1 86 1, as corporal in a regiment of cavalry. 



V. Frances Eliza Wolcott, b. at Furnace Village, Conn., 16 March 
1835 ; married at Byron, Mich., Charles Simpson, a minister of the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church ; and was living in Macomb Co., Mich., in Ap. 
1877. He served in the war of 1861, as lieutenant in the 6th Reg. of 
Mich. Vol. Infantry, and as captain in another regiment. 

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9551 
9552 

9553 
9554 
9555 

9556 
9557 

9558 
9559 



9560 



9561 



VI. Mary Electa Wolcott, b. at Byron, Mich., 18 Nov. 1841; mar- 
ried there Newton Kirk; and was living at Hartland, Mich., in Ap. 1877. 



Chil. of Samuel Smedley and Polly Caroline (Woodruff) Denlson. 

I. Caroline Eliza Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1831; 
married, 23 May 1861, James T. Magee, of Tidioute, Penn.; present resi- 
dence unknown. 

II. Mary Adeline Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1833; 
died at Decatur, Mich., 18 May 1872, and was buried there. 

III. Sarah Permelia Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 6 July 1835; 
married, 30 May 1 866, Theodore Tyrer, of Buffalo, N. Y. 

IV. Daniel Ahira Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1837; 
married, 14 Oct. 1867, Mary E. Brierly. 

V. Harriet Melinda Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 30 Aug. 1839; 
married, 19 Sept. 1861, Mitchel S. Blair, of Angelica, N. Y. 

VI. Fanny Ann Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 22 Oct. 1842. 

VII. Samuel Henry Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1843 ; 
married, 12 Aug. 1865, Lucy R. Boyden, of Dunkirk, N. Y. 

VIII. Ellen Sophia Denison, b. at Forestville, N. Y., 2 June 1846. 

IX. Charles Asa Denison, b. at Forestville, N. Y., 20 May 1848. 



Chil. of Ellhu Howell and Sarah Amanda (Woodruff) Noyes. 

I. Grace Delia Noyes, b. at Cortlandville, N. Y., 10 May 1837 ; and 
was living with her uncle, John Ansel Woodruff, at Ithaca, N. Y., in Oct. 
1875, unmarried. 

II. Noyes, a dau., b. at Cortlandville, N. Y., in March 1841; 

died when a few days old, a few days before the death of her mother ; and 
was buried in Cortland Rural Cemetery. 



9562 



9563 



9564 



9565 



9566 



9567 
9568 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of George Anson and Olivia (Boys) Woodruff. 

I. Theodore Adelbert Woodruff, b. at Ithaca, N. Y., 14 July 1841; 
married at Bloomington, 111., 25 Feb. 1864, Julia Stewart Bushnell, dau. 
of Alonzo Lewis and Sarah (Stewart) Bushnell, of Bloomington. She 
born at Dryden, N. Y., i Sept. 1844. They dwelt at Chicago till Ap. 
1875, then went to Bloomington, and were living there in Oct. 1875. 

was then ticket-agent of the C. and N. W. Railroad, at the Wells Street 
Station, Chicago. 

II. William Henry Woodruff, twin, b. at Ithaca, N. Y., 10 
1848 ; a tailor; married at Trumansburgh, N. Y., 23 May 1872, by Rev 
O. H. Seymour, Presbyterian, to Cornelia Roe, dau. of David and 
(Bardwell) Roe, of Enfield, N. Y. She was born at Ulysses, N. Y., 7 Jan 
1849. They settled at Ithaca, and were living there in Oct. 1875. 

III. Willis Almon Woodruff, twin, b. at Ithaca, N. Y., 10 Nov. 
1848; a clock-maker; married at Dryden, N. Y., 3 May 1870, Ella Mott, 
dau. of James and Cynthia (Legg) Mott, of Ithaca, where she was born 
13 March 1850. They settled at Ithaca, and were living there in Oct. 
1875, without children. 



Chil. of John Ansel and Mary Ann (Finch) Woodruff. 

I. Mary Ann Woodruff, b. at Ithaca, N. Y., 22 Nov. 1850; married 
at North Hector, N. Y., 4 July 1871, by Rev. M. Coyle, Methodist Epis- 
copal, to Francis Dalton Woodford, a teacher, son of Reuben and Anna 
(Clark) Woodford, of North Hector. He was born at Danby, N. Y., 14 
Oct. 1 847. They settled on the lake-shore at North Hector, and were 
living there in Aug. 1 875. She graduated at Ithaca Academy, and studied 
for three years in Cornell University. 

II. Cora Eliza Woodruff, b. at Ithaca, N.Y., 2 May 1861. 



Chil. of Henry and Lucy A. (Rollo) Woodruff. 

I. Mary Rollo Woodruff, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 18 Jan. 1855; 
died 12 Feb. 1855, an ^ was buried in Cortland Rural Cemetery. 





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II. Frank Rollo Woodruff, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 5 July 
1856. 



3474 



9569 



957 



9571 
9572 

9573 



9574 



9575 



9576 



9577 



Eighth Generation. 



III. Henry Hewitt Woodruff, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 18 Feb. 
1861. 



Child of James A. and Henrietta (Woodruff) Lockhart. 

I. Henry Lockhart, a merchant ; was living at Angelica, N. Y., in 
July 1875. 



Chil. of George Washington and Polly (White) Eldredge. 

I. George Henry Eldredge, b. at Homer, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1833 ! died 
at Mottville, N. Y., 27 Jan. 1837, an ^ was buried there. 



II. Mary Jane Eldredge, b. at Homer, N. Y., 30 June 1835; died at 
Homer, 28 June 1855, and was buried there. 

III. Edward Smith Eldredge, b. at Homer, N. Y., 13 Ap. 1845; a 
carpenter; married, at Yankton, Dakota, 23 Aug. 1874, Jeannette Jordan, 
widow of - Kane, of Wisconsin. They were living at Yankton in 
Jan. 1875. He enlisted in Aug. 1861, in Co. H, 15 7th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. 
Infantry ; and, after one year of service, was discharged for disability. 

IV. Harriet Maria Eldredge, b. at Cazenovia, N.Y., 29 March 1848; 17037 
married at Homer, N. Y., 5 May 1867, Adalbert Griffin, a blacksmith, son 

of Alexander and Maria (Saxton) Griffin, of Dryden, N. Y. They were 
living at Borodino, N. Y., in Jan. 1875. 

V. George Walter Eldredge, b. at Homer, N. Y., 18 Jan. 1854; and 
was living there in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of William and Sarah Lucinda (Cooper) White. 

I. Mary Jane White, b. at South Canaan, Conn., 18 July 1846; mar- 
ried, 30 Oct. 1866, Charles Willard Chaffee, a soldier in the war of 1861, 
son of Charles and Lov