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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;"

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HITNEY FA!\ 


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CONNECTICUT, 

AND ITS AFFILIATIONS; 






Being a 


n Attempt to Trace the Descendants, as well in 
the Male Lines, oe 


the Female as 






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From 1649 to 1S7S; 






To 


which is Pkeeixed Some. Account of the Whitneys c 

By S. WHITNEY PjjCEKIX. 
VOLUME II. 








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1350 Eighth Generation. 

Chll. of Runa Rockwell and Dorincla (Adee) Boughton. 

S970 I. Gertrude Minerva Boughton, b. at New York City, S Ap. 182;; 

died there, 13 Sept. 1836, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

8971 II. Lucy Adelaide Boughton, b. at New York City, in 1S31 ; mar- 
ried there, in Oct. 18G0, Wiliiam 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. 
1833 ; died there - -3 Dec ' l8 3 6 ' and uas buricd in Greenwood Cemetery. 

8973 IV. Certrude 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, 11 Ap. 1S50, and was buried in Green- 
wood Cemetery. 

Chil. of William Lecson and Diana Ann (Morton) Cougrnon. 315' 

8975 I. Charles Augustus Soughton, b. at Victory, N. Y., 13 July ^7M 
1841 ; married at Chicago, 111., 3 N°v. 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 1S61, at Camp Douglas, 
Chicago, in the 42d Reg. of 111. Volunteers, and was discharged at \\ ash- 
ington, D. C, in Sept. 1864. 

8976 II. Helen Amelia Boughton, b. at Clyde, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1844; 1673 
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 HI. William Ellsworth Boughton, b. at New Brunswick, N. J., 26 
June 1S61. 

8978 IV. Clarence Edward Boughton, b. at Elizabeth, N. J., 25 Feb. 
; 1863. 

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8979 V. IVlary Belinda Boughton, b. at Elizabeth, N. J., 13 Aug. 1864. 



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Chil. of James and Eliza Jane (Terhune) Eoughton. 

I. Emma Eliza Eoughton, b. at New York City, 22 June 1846; 
; married at Brooklyn, N. V., 17 Jan. 1S66, Isaac Leroy Allen, a rope- 
manufacturer, son of Darius and Juliet (Beardsley) Allen, of Brooklyn, 
where he was born 29 Dec. 1S42. They settled at Brooklyn, E. D., and 

i were living there in Nov. 1873. Thev dwelt at Rockville Centre, L. I., in 
Jan. 1S77. 

II. Louise Adelaide Eoughton, 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. 1S77. 

III. Ell? Rockwell Eoughton, b at New York City, 1 1 Dec. 1S54 ; 
and was living with her parents, unmarried, in Jan. 1S77. 



89S3 
8984 
S985 
8986 

S9S7 



Chil. of Lyman and Maria (Forrester) Kecler. 

I. William Forrester Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 31 Oct. 1S25; 
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 1S73. 

III. Martha fvlatilda 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 
there, S July 1863, Isaac Wilcox Ives, a dealer in lumber, born at Danburv, 
9 May 1835, son of George and Sarah (Wilcox) Ives. He lived 'at 
Danbury in 1S73. 

V. Rufus Lyrnan Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 19 Ap. 1842; a 
salesman; resided in New York City, unmarried, in 1S73. 



Chil. of Wallace Dann and Mary (May) Keeler. 
I. Ceorge Keeler, lived in Michigan in 1S73, a hotel-keeper. 



L1ILJ 

3158 

16743 



16745 



3i59 



16746 



3160 



1352 



8903 



High th Generation. 

irried ; and lived with her mother, in New 



II. Janet Keeler, 
Haven, Ohio, in 1873. 



There were several other children in this household, who died in infancy, 
ind concerning whom no information has been obtained. 



Chil. of John and Sally Jeanette (Lyon) Keeler. 



3l6i 



8991 I. Eillen Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 29 May 183 1; married at Dan- 1674 

! bury, Conn., 22 Feb. 1857, Abel Bennett Cray, a hatter, born at Newtown, 
Conn., 4 March 1 S3 1, son of Talman and Nancy (Shepard) Cray; 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. 

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S992 II. Agnes Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 28 Feb. 1833; and was living 

j there in Now 1873, unmarried. 



Ill 



Keeler, a son, not named, b. at Danbury, Conn., 15 June 



1841 ; died 16 June 1841 ; was buried in the old Division Street Cemetery, 
and moved in 1 86S to Wooster Cemetery. 



8994 IV. Francis Wakeman Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 4 Sept. 1842; 

and was living there in Nov. 1S73, unmarried; a printer, in the office of 
j the Danbury News. 



Chil. of Albert and Harriet (Myers) Keeler. 

8995 I. Charles Keeler, married at Cleveland, Ohio; was superintendent 
of U. S. Express Co., at New York City, in July 1S73 ; no further inform- 
ation obtained. 

8996 II. John Myers Keeler, was cashier of the Yonkers National Bank, 
Yonkers, N. Y., in Oct. 1873 ; further information refused with great 

I vehemence. 

8997 III. Josephine Keeler, died when about five years old; and was 
I buried at Yonkers, N. Y. 



8998 I IV. Albert Keeier, lived at Yonkers, N. Y., with his father, in July ■ 
1873, at which date he was "twenty-one years old." 



Whitney Family. 



9002 



1 '353 

Chil. cf Daniel Howes and Jeannette (Keeler) Ferguson. ' 3 1 65 

I. Elbreannah Ferguson, b. 2 May 1839; died at Nonvalk, Conn., 
i 15 June 1842, and was buried at Danbury, Conn., in the graveyard behind 

the jail. 

II. Frances Ann Ferguson, b. 17 Ap. 1S41; died at Nonvalk, 
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 , a teacher, from Vermont. They lived at Lone Pine, Cal ' 

in 1873. 



9003 I V. Margaret St. John Ferguson, married at Portland, Oregon, 
Edwin Reynolds, a trader, of Portland. They lived at Baker City Oreeon 
in 1873. ' ' S ' 



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 1 873. 

VI. Keeler, twin, a son, died in infancy. 

VII. Keeler, a son, died in infancy. 



31G6 



Chil. of Alfred Hamlin and Mariette (Keeler) Hyatt. 3167 

'.'on I. George Perry Hyatt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 13 May 1845; died at 
, Danbury, Conn., 1 Feb. 1848, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 



1354 



Eighth Generation. 



9012 II. Edward Francis Hyatt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 12 July 1S46; 
died there, 15 Ap. 1866, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 

9013 III. Wallace Keeler Hyatt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 8 May 1848; a 1674 
hatter ; married Helen Lewis, dau. of Frederick and Adeline (Wildman) 

' Lewis. They were living at Danbury in Nov. 1 S73. 

9014 IV. William Perry Hyatt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 Jul\- 1S51; was a 
seaman on the U. S. sloop Congress in Nov. 1873; unmarried. 



9015 



9016 



9018 
9019 



9020 



V. Nettie Irene Hyatt, b. at Danbury, Conn., 14 May 1S61 



Child of Ransom Russell Keelor. 

I. Belle Keeler, b. about 1S60. 

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. Georgiana Dann, married, and lived in Illinois in 1873. 

III. Louisa Dann, married Charles rViay, an express and ticket-agent 
at Bath, N. Y.; and had two daughters in 1873, names not communicated. 



I 3i6/~ 



3'6'S 



Child of Joseph and Sarah Elizabeth (Keeler) Prindle. 



31S6 



I. Charles Bradley Prindle, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 29 July 1S41 ; j 1674' 
ja 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. 

9021 I. Harriet Amelia Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., in May 1847; niar " 

ried Theodore Bailey; and lived at Patterson, N. Y., in 1873, without 
I children. 





IV h itney Fain ily. 


135 5 


9022 


II. Orville Rundle Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., i i Oct. 1849; died 
there, iS Sept. 1S64, and was buried at Ridgebury, Conn. 




9023 


III. Ecina Maria Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 10 Nov. 1S61 ; died 
there, 19 Sept. 1S64, and was buried at Ridgebury, Conn. 




9024 


IV. Esther Ann Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn. 






Chil. of Legrand and Sarah Elizabeth Marquand (Bradley) Keeler. 


3189 


9025 


I. Keeler, a son, b. at Ridgebury, Conn.; and died on the same 

day. 




9026 


II. Ransom Wakeman Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 10 Dec. 
1855 ; and lived there, with his father, in 1873. 




9027 


III. Cora Bell Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 2 July 185S; died 
there, 3 Oct. 1S63, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 






Chil. of Legrand and Violet (Scofield) Keeler. 


3 1 89 


9028 


IV. Keeler, a son, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 7 June 1 S64 ; and 

died on the same day. 




9029 


V. William Boll Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 10 Sept. 1S65; died 
there, 28 Nov. 1865, and was buried in Ridgebury Cemetery. 




9030 


VI. Keeler, a son, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., in 1866; died young. 




9031 


VII. Mary Amelia Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 22 July 1S68. 




9032 


VIII. Edward Morton Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 3 Dec. 1870. 






Chil. of John Piatt and Cliza Ann (Mead) Keeler. 


3190 


9033 


I Keeler, a daughter, b at Ridgebury, Conn., 24 Dec. 1S60; 

died 25 Dec. 1S60, "aged 26 hour?." 




9034 


11. Addy Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 7 March 1862. 




W5 


III. Nelly Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 17 Jan. 1S64. 





1356 


Eigh th Gen t >/ -at ion . 




9036 


IV. Jessie Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 17 March 1866. 




9037 


V. Harriet Elizabeth Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 27 Ap. 186S. 




9038 


VI. John Wesley Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 19 May 1870. 




9039 


VII. Simeon Skillin Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 5 Aug. 1872. 






Chil. of Halcyon Gilbert and Emily (Keeler) Bailey. 


3192 


9040 


I. Annie Keeler Bailey, b. at 91 South Third Street, Williamsburgh, 

N. Y., 6 Nov. 1855 ! '' Vc ' tl witn h cr mother, at Ridgebury, Conn., in Nov. 
1874, unmarried. 




9041 


II. Clayton Wall Bailey, b. in Second Street, Williamsburgh, X.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. 


3193 


9042 


I. Orville Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 1 1 Jan. 1866 or 1867. 




9043 


II. Charles Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 5 Oct. 1S70. 




9044 


III. Adelaide Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 4 Oct. 1S71. 






Child of Hiram and Sarah Ann (Rockwell) Keeler. 


3194 


9045 


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- 




Chil. of Zophar Brush and Hannah E. (Terry) Keeler. 


3195 


9046 


I. Keeler, a daughter, died in infancy. 




9047 


II. Elmer Keeler, b. at Danbury, Conn., 23 Jan. 1854; and lived 
there, with his father, in 1S73. 





9049 

j '*" 

9051 
9052 



9053 



Whitney Family. 



Child of Lyman and Harriet (Davis) Keeler. 

I. Mervin Davis Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn.; a clerk; lived in New- 
York City in 1S73. 



1357 



Chll. of John and Sarah Eleanor (Keeler) Lobdell. 

I. Justina Eleanor Lobdell. 

II. Joanna Frances Lobdell. 

III. Jessie Ciotilde Lobdell. 

IV. Grace Lobdell. 



9054 



9055 



9056 
9057 



Child of Ceorge Bennett and Hattie 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. 

I. Ceorge Burridge Keeler, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 4 March 1841; 
a millwright and sawyer; married at Chicago, 111., 17 June 186S, by the 
Rev. Dr. Ravlin, to Mary Hocking, dau. of Francis and Sarah (Retalick) 
Hocking, of Camborne, Cornwall, England, where she was born 24 June 
1S47. They settled at Greenwich, and were still living there in Dec. 1S75. 



Chil. of Ward and Barbara Ann (Kimbrough) Keeler. 

I. John Sanford Keeler, b. at Hot Springs, Ark., 30 Dec. 1S47; 
died 7 Aug. 1848. 

II. William Gordon Keeler, b. at Rockport, Ark., 1 May 1849; a 



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3199 



3206 



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16752 



3^5 



1353 



9 osS 

9 o59 
9060 

9061 

9062 

9063 
9064 
9065 



Eighth Generation. 



surveyor, stock-drover, and farmer; was living on his father's homestead, 
at Iredell, Texas, in July 1S76, unmarried. He was appointed postmaster 
at Iredell in 1 80S ; 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. 1S53, and was buried there. 

V. Ora Henry Keeler, b. at Springfield, Texas, 2 Aug. 1854; married 16 
at Iredell, Texas, 20 Dec. 1S71, 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, 1 March 



; 1859. 

VIII. Ira Burr Keeler, b. at Meridian, Texas, 31 Jan. 1861. 

IX. Ceorge Washington Keeler, b. at Meridian.Texas, 22 Ap. 1863. 

X. Minnie Elizabeth Keeler, b. at Iredell, Texas, 8 Sept. 1868. 



Chil. of Stephen Sanford and Amelia Benton (North) Keeler. 

9066 I. Emily Celia Keeler, b. at Lexington, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1835; died at 
; Lexington, 5 July 1835, and was buried there. 

9067 II. Mary Augusta Keeler, b. at Catskill, N. V., 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. 

j 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. 1S67 ; and finally settled at Hot Springs, Ark., which was still 
their home in March 1876 She is a member of the Free Baptist Church. 



Whitney Family. p 1359 



KI ^S III. Andrew Benton Keeler, b. at Catskill, N. Y., 22 Nov. 1S37; 
died at Rockport, Ark., 7 July 1852, and was buried there. 

,,/,.) IV. Amanda Elizabeth Keeler, b. at Kortright, N.Y., 23 Jan. 1S40; \6j6^ 
married at Mazaren, Ark., 26 Aug. 1858. by Rev. Elijah Smoot, Metho- 
dist, to John Henry McCarty, sen of Daniel 1 and Mary (Lott) McCarty. 
He was born near Cincinnati, Ohio, 19 Dec. 1831; went to Hot Springs, 
Ark., in 1S53, teaching school there, and in Montgomery Count}-, 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., [ 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 9070 
being a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

! 

,,070 V. Antoinette Fidelia Keeler, b. at Kortright, X. \., 12 Sept. 1S42; 16769 
married near Antioch, Hot Springs Co., Ark., 16 Jan. 1 S60, by Rev. Allen 
j McDaniel, Presbyterian, to Enoch Wesley Wiathis, 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. 1S67. 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, 19th Reg., Arkansas Yolun- 
] teers, during the war of 1 861. She was married (2d), 4 Oct. 1868. at Hot 
; Springs, by Benjamin Alonzo Royse, Esq., to William Curl, 2 a farmer and 
i builder, born in Perry Co., Tenn., 1 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, 1 ith Reg., 9069 
i Arkansas Volunteers; was captured at Island No. 10, S Ap. 1862; was 
; exchanged, 22 Sept. 1862; and at once reenlisted in the same company, 

Fe, New 



1 Daniel McCarty, born in Penn. in 1792, mar- 1847, and died tl 
ried in 1S24, in Jefferson Co.. Ind., Mary Lott, Mexico, 
who died in 1S33. He started for California in 

*AXCESTRY OF WILLI \M AND ALPHONSO 
William Curl, was born m Wales., settled in S. nth Car iiu, and served in I 


e same year, at Santa 
Curl. 

he Revolutionary war. = 

1 


William Curl, died near Vernon, Tenn., in Keziah Gambling, b i! Nov. 
■ 862, aged 95 years. j in March 1876, in 105th year. 


77Ii was living near Ve, 


1 
Larkin Jackson Curl, was living at De Roche, Ark., in March 1876. -- 


= Martha Jane ShePA 


Amanda Elizabeth = William Curl, — Antoinette Fidelia Ali' 
Keeler, sec. wife, Keeler, first wife, 
No. 9069. Nu 9070. 


1 

9072 



36o; 



Eighth Generation. 



9071 



9072 



9073 



9076 



his time having expired 17 Aug He was again captured, 7 Nov. 1863; 
was taken to Little Rock, Ark., thence to St. Louis, Mo., iS Nov., and to' 
Rock Island, 111., 18 Jan. 1S64, where he suffered severely from cold and 
hunger. He remained at Ruck Island till 19 Jan. 1865; was exchanged at 
Shreveport, La., 24 Ap. 1S65 ; and was finally paroled, 22 June 1865, at 
Washington, Ark. 

VI. Jane Aurelia Kesler, b. in Delaware Co., N. Y., 20 Sept. 1844; 167; 
married at Hot Springs, Ark., 2 June 1S70, 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. 1874, and was buried there. She was living there in March 
1876. 



n Delaware Co., N. Y., 20 Feb. 
Sept. 1867, Alphonso Curl, 1 a 



VII. Adelaide Amelia Keeler, b. 

1847; married at Hot Springs, Ark., 1 
lawyer, born in Perry Co., Tenn., 1 1 July 1S39, 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 arm}-, as first-lieutenant in the 1 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. 1S62; was recaptured at Natchez, Miss., 31 July 
1863 ; and was confined at Johnson's Island, Ohio, till discharged, 1 1 June 
1S65. 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. 
j 854. 



9074 IX. Abigail Rosalia Keeler, b. at Hot Springs, Ark., 22 March 
1856; died at Hot Springs, S July 1859, and was buried thcie. 

9075 X. Sarah Ella Benton Keeler, b. at Hot Springs, Ark., 11 Ap. 
, 1858. 



Chit, of Burr and Jane (O'Neill) Keeler. 

I. Franklin Burr Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 4 Feb. 1S53; died 
at Kortright, 21 Jul)- 1863, and was buried there. 



Whitney Family 



1361 



9077 ' II. Anna Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. V., 5 May 1S55; died at Kort- 
j right, 10 Aug. 1863, and was buried there. 

9078 '' III. Ward Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1856; died at 
] Kortright, 26 July 1863, and was buried there. 

9079 I IV. Josephine Keeler, b. at Kortright, X. V., 9 Dec. 1858. 

i 

9 080 ! V. Beverly Waugh Keeler, b. at Kurtright, N. V., 7 May i860; 
j died at Kortright, 14 July 1863, and was buried there. 

9081 VI. Susan Blakely Keeler, b. at Kortright, X. Y., 18 July [862. 



90S 2 
: 90S 3 

90S4 
; 90S 5 

9086 



90S 7 



90S 8 
9089 



Chil. of Andrew and Sarah Ann (Keeler) Adair. 

I. Emma Adair, was living at Davenport, X. Y., in Jan. 1876. 

II. Robert Adair, was living at Davenport, N. Y., in Jan. 1S76. 

III. Anna Adair, was living at Davenport, X. Y, in Jan. 1S76. 

IV. Ward Adair, was living at Davenport, X. Y., in Jan. 1876. 

V. Adair, name not reported. 

VI. Adair, name not reported. 



3222 



Chil. of Martin and Harriet (Kitchcolk) Keeler. 

I. Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, X. Y.; died at Kortright 

Centre, aged two years, and was buried there. 



3223 



11. 



Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, X. Y.; died at Ko: 



I Centre, aged two years, and was buried there. 



9090 ! III. Julie Frances Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, X. Y.; and was 
I living there in July 1876, unmarried. 



362 



Eighth Generation. 



9091 IV. Delia Angela Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, N. V.; and was 

: living there in July 1876, unmarried. 



9092 



Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, N. Y.; died at Kortright 



I Centre, aged two years, and was buried the 



9093 VI. Helen Amelia Keeler, b. at Kortright Centre, X. V.; and was 

living there in July 1S76, unmarried. 



9094 



Chil. of Burr and Elizabeth Ann (Barlow) Keeler. 

I. Elizabeth Delia Keeler, b. at Stamford, N. Y., 2 March 1S2S; 
and was living at 170 Twenty-seventh Street, Chicago, 111., in July 1S76, 



9095 II. Mary Augusta Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 13 Feb 

1831. 



909G 
9097 



III Amasa Martin Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y 10 Ian 

1833. 

IV. Sarah Augusta Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N Y 1 1 Oct 
1S35. 



909S : V. Homer Duane Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 12 Sept. 
j 1837; and was living at 170 Twenty-seventh Street, Chicago, 111., in July 
1876. 

VI. Ceorge 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. 

VII. Calvin Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1840; and 
was living at Hobart, N. Y., in July 1876. 

VIII. James Barlow Keeler, b. at South Kortright, N. Y., 13 Oct. 
I 1842 ; a lawyer; was living at Ellenville, N. Y., in July 1876. 

9102 j IX. Harriet Louise Keeler, b. at South Kortright, X. Y., 2S July 
, 1844; studied for three years at Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio; and was, 
I in July 1876, assistant-superintendent of the public schools of Cleveland, 
Ohio. 



9'°3 



]\ T hitne\' Familv 



Chil. of Stephen Hiram and Elizabeth Ryman (Merwin) Keeler. 

1. Frances Susan Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 1 5 Sept. 1833; 
married there, S> Aug. 1857, Theophilus Fletcher Mcintosh, an editor and 
publisher, son of George and Sarah (Jaquish) Mcintosh, 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 Jul>- 1876. He was treasurer of Delaware County for six years, ending 
Jan. 1872 ; and was editor and publisher of the Delaware Republican. 



* 36 5 



16780 



9104 II. Josephine Keeler, b. a 

II Sept. 1874, Edward M. Co 

' settled at Windham, N. Y. 



Kortright, N. 

, editor of th 
which was still theii 



V., 9 Sept. 1835 ; married, 
■ Windham Journal, and 
home in July 1876. 



9105 III. Robert Junius Keeler, b. at Kortright, N. Y, 10 Aug. 1840; a 16785 
dealer in coal and wood; married at Valatie, N. Y., 1 Sept. 1863, Mary 

i Ann Merwin, dati. 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 1S76. 

9106 IV. Ella Patience Keeler, b. at Bloomville, in Kortright, N. Y., 8 
Jul)' 1844; married there, 29 Jan. 1S74, at her father's house, by Rev. 
Richard Decker, Methodist, to Joseph Adelhcrt Hill, a farmer, son of Alden 
Athelstan and Esther (Clark) Hill, of Stamford, X. Y. He was born at 
Kortright, 1 July 1847. The)- dwelt at Delhi, N. Y., for one year; and 

j then settled at Stamford, where they were still living in July 1S74, without 
children. 



9107 V. Laura Keeler, b. at Bloomville, N. Y., 5 March 1S46; 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. V., 27 July 1 843, 
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. 144th 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 1S52. 

9110 VIII. Edmund Stephen Keeler, b at Kortright, N. Y., 22 Sept. 
1S54; a farmer. 



16791 



1364 

9 iii 

9112 

9i 1 3 



/12W/ th Gen era Hon . 



Chil. of Robert Sterling and Frances Maria (Keeler) Marshall. 

I. Ann Maria Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. V., 20 Sept. 1833; died 
there, 2 Jan. 1838, and was buried at South Kortright, N. Y. 

II. Charlotte Louise Marshall, b. at Hobart, X. Y., 3 Oct. 1 S 3 5 ; 
died there, 25 Dec. 1S37, and was buried at South Kortright, N.Y. 

III. Henry Marshall, b. at Hobart, X. Y., iS Sept. 1S37; a druggist; 
married at New York City, 2j 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. 



91 14 IV. Martin Keeler Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y, 4 July 1839 ; a 
farmer; married at South Kortright, X. Y., 21 June 1S70, by Rev. Schuyler 
Martin, Methodist, to Mary Jane Cibson, dau. of William and Mary 
(Maharg) Gibson, of South Kortright, where she was born 15 May 1840. 
They settled at Hobart, and were living there in March 1S76. 

9115 V. Louise Maria Marshall, b. at Hobart, X. Y., 6 Aug. 1841; 
married, 6 Feb. 1SG2, by Rev. Robert Kerr, Methodist, to John Smith 
Barker, a farmer, son of John and Jane (Elliott) Barker, of Hobart, where 

j he was born 12 Nov. 1S32. They settled at Hobart, and were living there 
i in March 1876. 



'6793 



[6795 



91 16 



91 18 



9119 



VI. Robert Marshall, b. at Hobart, X. Y., 1 Aug. 1S43; died at 
Hobart, 29 June 1S72, and was buried there. 

VII. Washington Marshall, b. at Hobart, X. Y., 21 Ap. 18.56; died 
at Hobart, 2^ Aug. 1S48, and was buried at South Kortright, X. Y. 

VIII. Helena Marshall, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1S4S ; and was 
living there in March 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of Edmund and Martha Jane (Leal) Keeler. 

I. Harriet Newell Keeler, b. at Xorth Kortright, X. Y., 7 Sept. 1S45; 
married at Delhi, X. Y., 1 1 Nov. 1869, by Rev. F. A. M. Brown, to 
Frederick William Bennett Craff, who was born at Leipzig, Germany, 14 
Aug. 1 S3 2. They settled at North Kortright, and were living there in 
July 1S76. 



322S 

[6796 



Whitney Family. 



1365 



9120 II. Clark Leal Keeler, b. at North Kortright, N. V., 28 Sept. 1S46: 
and was living there in July 1876, unmarried. 



9121 



III. Alexander Leal Keeler, b. at North Kortright, NY., 13 March 
[848; died at North Kortright, J5 Nov. 1S61, and was buried there. 



IV. Edmund Henry Keeler, b. at North Kortright, N. V.. 22 Nov. 
1849; died at North Kortright, 25 Nov. 1S61, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Henry and Sally (Keeler) Alley. 

9123 i I. James Alley, b. at Sempronius, now Moravia, N. V., 17 May 1S30; 
and died at Moravia, 24 May 1S38. 



3?33> 



9124 II. Joseph Alley, b. at Sempronius, now Moravia, N. Y., 6 Feb. 
1832; a miller and farmer; married at Moravia, 25 Oct. 1S55, Frances 
Stoyell, dau. of Dea. John and Lydia (Todd) Stoyell, 1 of Moravia, where 
she was born 1 Sept. 1S34. They settled at Moravia, and were living there 
in July 1S77. 



16797 



9123 III. Mary Jane Alley, b. at Moravia, NY., 2 Feb. 1834; married- 
there, 13 Jan. 1857, William Hollister Adams, a farmer, son of Loammi and 
Keturah Adams,- of Sempronius, N. Y., former!}- of Marlborough, N. Y., 
where he was born 2 Aug. 1S26. They settled at Moravia, and were living 
there in July 1S77. 



9126 : IV. Morris Keeler Alley, b. at Moravia, NY., 31 May 1S36; a 
farmer; married at Moravia, 24 March 1S62, Mahala Bradley Stoyell, dau. 
of Dea. John and Lydia (Todd) Stoyell, of Moravia, where she was born 4 
; Aug. 1S36. They dwelt at Moravia till Ap. 1S77 ; then settled at Locke, 
N. Y., and were living there in July 1S77. 



[6806 



9127 V. John Henry Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 24 May 1838 ; a farmer; 
was living at Moravia, in July 1877, unmarried. 

912S VI. Alfred Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1S40; a farmer; mar- 
ried at Moravia, 17 Oct. 1S67, 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. 



I 'Dea. John Stovell was horn at Sempronius 
26 Dec. 1S01; and Lydia Todd at Marcellus 
X. V., 2 July 1S07. ' 



-Loammi Adams was born at Marlborough, 
X. V.. in 1797; and his wife at New Paltz, X. V. 



1 3 66 



Eighth Generation. 



9129 VII. LucineSa Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 20 Feb. 1842; married 16 

there, 10 Ap. 1805, Henry Fenton Cuykendall, a farmer, son of Jacob ami 
Margaret (Decker) Cuykendall,' of Niles, N.Y., where he was born 20 
March 1842. They settled at Owasco, N. Y., and were living there in 
July .S77. 



9130 VIII. Virginia Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 12 May 1844; married i< 

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 1S37. They 
settled at Moravia, and were living there in July 1S77. 



91 3 1 IX. Phebe Alley, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1S47 '. anc > was living 

there, with her parents, in July 1S77, unmarried. 



9132 X. Edgar Alley, b. at Moravia, NY., 22 Jan. 1S50; a farmer; mar- [fiSi.] 

ried at Moravia, 9 Feb. 1S73, Phebe Ellen Walker, 3 dan. of Thomas 
} Mowry and Maria (Carpenter) Walker, of Moravia. She was born near 
Kelloggsville, in Moravia, 29 July 1849. They settled at Moravia, and 
were living there in Jul)' 1877. 



Chil. of John and h'uldah (Keeler) Dennis. 

I. Lewis Dennis, b. at Niles, N.Y., 13 March 1831; a farmer; married 
at New Hope, in Xiles, Jane Luyster, of New Hope, where they were 
living in June 1877. 



3233* 

16810 



9134 II. William Dennis, b. at Niles, NY.; a farmer; married Maria 

Bentley ; and settled at Niles, where he was murdered, 11 May 1S71, at 
night, by an unknown person, who fired a shot through the window of his 
1 house, hitting him in the head. He was then a constable of that town. 
i His widow was living on the same farm in June 1877. 



9135 



III. John Martin Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y.; a farmer; was living 
with his father, at New Hope, X. Y., in June 1S74, unmarried. 



9136 

9137 



IV. 



Dennis, a son, died on the day of his birth. 



V. Juliet Dennis, b. at Xiles, N. Y., in Aug. 1838; married John 
Osborn Hoyt, a farmer; and was living at New He>pe, in Niles, in June 1877. 

■ Jacob Cuykendall and his wife, Margaret dall (sister of faeob Cuykendall), at the same 

Decker, were born at Deerpark, X. Y. place, 23 Dec. l'ycjS. 

1 Anthony \ an Etten was born 24 Jan. 1791, 3See Walker's Halters of the old Plymouth 

at Deerpark, N. Y.; and his wife, Jane Cuyken- Colony, p. 315. 



Whitncv Family 



1367 



9138 VI. Mary Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y., in .May 1840; married Charles 16827 
Tuttle, a farmer, sun of Freegift and Martha (Case) Tuttle, of Niles. They 

were living at Niles in June 1877. 

9139 VII. Dwight Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y., in March 1843; a farmer; [682S 
married Vianna Ryan, of Virgil, N. Y.; and was living at Niles in June 

1877. 



Dennis, a dau., b. at Niles, N. Y., in Dec. 1846; died 



when erne week old. 



9141 IX. Emma Dennis, b. at Niles, N. Y., 20 Ap. 1S4S ; died at Niles in 
j Jan. 1 85 1. 



9142 



Chil. of William and Lucy (Kussey) Keeler. 

I. Mary Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1S3S; 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 1S77. 



3233= 

16829 



9143 ; II. Phebe Keeler, b, at Moravia, N. Y, 5 Oct. 1S39; married there, 16S30 

18 June 1 868, 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 1S39. They settled at Moravia, and were living 
I there in July 1S77. 

9144 III. Lydia Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 2 Feb. 1842 ; married there, 16S31 



■ Pedigree of Alley or 

John Allek. a French Huguenot. — Si-sanna Larch 


Ali.ee. 

Others call her Martha Derou. 


Peter Alley, = Martha Bekriuht. 


Juhn Allee, = Jane Secor. 


William Alley, b. = Piifbe Disenbiky, dau. of Jeremiah Aii.ee. b. at New — Euzabeth Darrow, dau. of 

23 He.: 1763: m. j Henryand (Laureice! R, cheUc. X. V , 6 June j N„ ■;,.■!.!, and lie^evilV-.., 

30 Nov. t-S6; d. Dusenbury; b 14 May 177 : ni 23 Ap. ioj>3; d 1 Darrow; b. 3 Xo\ 1777; 
15 Feb. 1850. | 1771 ; d. 23 Dec. 1S39. ' 3 Feb. 18 46. d. 25 Se;.t 1S18 


I i 
William W. Alley, b 2. — Lira Hoigh, b Henry Ali ey, m. 
Feb. 1802, in Dutchess 1 3. Jan. 1S07, at Sally Keeler, No 
Co., N V. Locke, X V. 3233a. 


! 
Eliza Allee, m. Thornp- J imes Allee, m. 
son Keeler, Xo. 3233d. Lucinda Keeler, 

No. 3234. 



— Mary Kii lek, No 



1368 Eighth Generation. 

31 Oct. 1 866, by Rev. Alexander H. Rogers, Protestant Episcopal, to Webb 
Johnson Creenfield, a farmer and dealer in hardware, son of Elondo and 
i Minerva Maria (West) Greenfield, of Moravia. Me was born at Milan, in 
Locke, N.Y., 6 Oct. 1842. They settled at Moravia, and were living there 
in July 1877. 



9145 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 



9146 
9H7 



9148 
9149 
9150 



(Briggs) Heald, afterward of Moravia. They settled 



Daniel and - 

at Moravia, and were living there in July 1S77, without childr 



Chil. of Thompson and Eliza (Allee) Keeler. 



I. John Keeler, b. at Mc 



X. Y., 12 Aug. 1S38; died at birth. 



II. William Edwin Keeler, b. at Moravia, N.Y., 24 Feb. 1842; a 16S; 
farmer; married at Hamilton, X. Y., 16 Aug. 1865, Fanny Maria Smith, 
dan. of Edward and Maria (Ely) Smith, of Hinsdale, X. Y. She was born 
at Hector, NY., 5 Sept. 1S43. 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, dan. of Wait Talcott and Sophronia (Carter) Huntington, 1 of 
Ithaca, X. Y., where she was born 2 May 1S45. They were living at 
Moravia in Jul}- 1S77. 



Chil. of Israel and Caroline (Stewart-) Keeler. 

I. Melen Keeler, b. at Moravia, X. Y, 17 Nov. 1837; a teacher; was 
I living there in June 1877. 

II Eliza Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 21 Feb. 1S39; married Robert 16S34 
1 Corden ; and was living at Ogdensburgh, X. Y., in June 1877. 

III. Frances Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y, 10 Sept. 1840; married 16835 
there, 12 March 1862, 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. 3 38. 3 Henry C. Ames was born at Rensselaerville. 

= Caroline Stewart,. Liu. ..f Daniel llr.jwn Stewart, X.V., 1.1 Sept. 170S: and hi, wife. MarvWitler, 

was h„rn at Granville, X. V., 17 Jan. 1S17. The at Scipio, K. V., 21 May 1S03. 
date is incorrectly printed at No. 3233e. 



Whitney Family 



^69 



9152 
9153 

9154 



IV. John Heeler, b. at Moravia, N.Y., 5 Nov. 1S42; an iron-moulder. 

V. James Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 24 Feb. 1845; a printer. 

VI. IVSinerva Keeler, b. at Moravia, N. Y., 4 March 1 S47 ; married 
Peter Creenman ; and was living at Auburn, N. Y., in June 1S77. 

VII. Charles Kee'er, b. at Moravia, X. Y., 9 Feb. 1849; a farmer; 
married at Moravia, 9 Feb. 1S74, Elizabeth Harter, dan. of George and 
Mary (Cristman) Harter, of Xiles, X. Y., where she was born 19 May 
1 85 2. They were living at Moravia in June 1S77. 



91 5S 



9160 
9161 
9162 
9163 



Chil. of James and Lucinda (Keeler) Allee. 

I. George Alfred Allee, b. at Moravia, X. Y., 5 Oct. 1839; a farmer; 
, was living with his mother, on the farm where he was born, in Jul)- 1877, 

unmarried. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Allee, b. at Moravia, X. 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 1S76. 

II. George Wilcox, b. at Catskill, X. Y.; and was living there in July 



[6836 



3^34 



3235 



III. Mary Goodrich Wilcox, b. at Catskill, X. Y. ; died there, 1 1 
Ap. 1858, and was buried in Catskill Cemetery. 

IV. Howard Wilcox, b. at Catskill, N.Y., 11 March 1835; a jeweller; 16838 
married at St. Luke's Church, Catskill, 12 May 1859, Sarah Clarke, dan of 
Zeba and Martha Jane (Bogardus) Clarke, of Catskill, where she was born 

10 June 1S40. She died at Catskill, 18 May 1 S70, and was buried in 
-Catskill Cemetery. He was living at Catskill in July 1876. 

9164 V. Henry Clay Wiicox, b. at Catskill, X. Y., 12 May 1S39; an agent' 16S40 



i37o 

9'<55 

9166 
9167 

916S 



9169 
9170 
9171 



917; 



High th Genera turn . 

for sewing-machines ; married at New York City, 3 July 1S61, Jeannette 
Rachel Catlin, dan. of John Catlin, of London, Eng., where she was born. 
iThey 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. 1S40. 
They were living at Catskill in July 1876, without children. 

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 
j there in July 1876. 



Chil. of Clark Bacon and Alpa lAt 



Keeler) Backus. 



I. Emeline Sill Backus, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 7 Oct. 1837; married 
at Adrian, Mich., 5 May 1S55, Ebenezer Ingalls Waldby, son of Ralph and 
Mary Ann (Ingalls) Waldby. They settled at Adrian, and were living- 
there in Ap. 1877. 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. raeliy Curtis Backus, b. at Adrian, Mich., 1 June 1 S4S. 



Chil. of Albert Merville and Sarah (Keeler) Eaker. 

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, 
I 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 
j Dec. 1842. They settled at Adrian, Mich., and were living there in Ap. 
"—^41877, without children. 

9173 j II. Sarah Jane Baker, b. at Adrian, Mich , 22 Feb. 1841 ; died there, 
i 15 June 1844, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Delos Milton and Elizabeth (Ten Eyck) Keeler. 

9174 I. Anna Maria frills Keeler, b. at Auburn, N. V., 15 May 184; 
died 9 Aug. 1S47. 



[ 



'37' 



! 



9I7S 
9176 

9177 



9178 
9179 
9180 



II. Elizabeth Ten Eyck Keeler, b. at Auburn, N.Y., 21 July 1S50. 

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. 



9185 



Chil. of Moses and Delilah (Keeler) Burr. 
I. Frances Burr, married Benjamin Bates, of Danbury, Conn. 



r-y) 



Child of Charles Baldwin and Nancy (Clark) Keeler. 3240 

91 8 1 I. Jane Clark Keeler, b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1850. 

Chil. of Charles and Harriet (Keeler) Gilbert. 

9182 I. Henry Gilbert, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; a hatter and upholsterer; 
I married, and was living at Westport, Conn., in July 1S73. 

9'33 : II. Elizabeth Gilbert, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; married Henry Booth; 

' and was living at Danbury, Conn., in July 1873. 

91S4 I III. Sylvester Gilbert, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; acarpenter; was living 
at New Haven, Conn., in July 1873. 



3^45 



1372 



Eighth Generation. 



91S6 II. Ann Elizabeth Burr, married Edt,on Smith, of Ridgefield, Conn. 

They lived at Danbury, Conn., in July 1873. 



Chil. of Henry and Eliza Ann (Koeler) Cilbort. 



324; 



9187 I. Aaron Gilbert, was living at Ridgefield, Conn., near Titicus Ceme- 
tery, in July 1873; a carpenter. 

91 88 II. William Gilbert, was living at Ridgefield, Conn., in July 1874; a 
carpenter. 



Child of Benjamin and Mary (Keeler) Foster. 

91 89 I. Alethea Foster, married, and lived at Danbury, Conn., with her 

parents, in July 1S73. 



3249 



Chil. of Henry Burr 1 and Ann (Haviland) Piatt. 

9190 j I. Amy Elizabeth Piatt, b. at Ticket's Ridge, Conn., 27 Jan. 1852; 
j 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. 

9191 11. Henrietta Certrude Piatt, b. at Picket's Ridge, Reading, Conn., 
8 Oct. 1857. 

9192 III. Wilhelmina Hortense Piatt, b. at Picket's Ridge, Reading, 
Conn., 12 Ap. 1SO3. 



Chil. of Alvin Peikins and Frances Imogene (Koeler) Sanford. 



5 26: 



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 

I have enabled us to revise our account of Xos. Picket's Ridge, in Reading, Conn. ; and were 

3252 and 3253. living there in Aug. iS;?. 

HKNRY Bi kk Pi vtt, No. 3252. wa> horn 21 Hulkii t Pi u i. No. 3253, was born 11 July 
Oct. 1S19, and has been, since l"S;o, a tobacco- 1S25. and married ^ Dec. 1S51. Her husband, 
packer. His wife was bum 6 Ap. 1S25, at Lime- No. 2S26, 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. 

9105 I. George Keeler Loder, b. at Cross River, N. Y., 10 Ap. 1831; 
I died at Lysander, N. Y., 20 Ap. 1X42, and was buried there. 

9196 II. Rhotfa Ann Loder, b. at South Salem, X. 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. V., 4 July 1832, son of James and Hersilia (Paddock) Conklin. They 
settled at Bedford, Mich., and were living there in Jan. 1S74. 



1373 



3267 



16S45 



Chil. of Ceorge S. and Polly (Keeler) Cilbert. i 3: 

919/ : I. Roselle Gilbert, was living at Battle Creek, Mich., in Dec. 1S74. 

- Andrus, and lived at Ceresco, 



919S II. Annie Gilbert, married - 
' Mich, in Dec. 1874. 

9199 III. George L. Gilbert, lived at Clintonville, 111., in Dec. 1874. 



• Baird, and lived at Lysander, 
9201 V. Herbert Gilbert, lived at Lysander, N. Y., in Dec. 1874. 



9200 IV. Sarah L. Gilbert, married 
N.Y., in Dec. 1874. 



Chil. of Andrew Watson and Laura (Keeler) Baird. 

I. Sarah Ann Baird, b. at Lysander, X. Y., S Nov. 1843; and was 
living there, with her parents, in Dec. 1874. 

II. Andrew Watson Baird, b. at Lysander, N. Y, 13 Jan. 1S46; a 
[minister; married at her father's house in Volney, N. Y., 2^ Ap. 1872, 
; by Rev. Edwin G. Bush, Methodist Episcopal, to Eva Eliza Peckham, who 
was born at Volney, 22 Sept. 1851. dan. 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 1S72; was 
pastor at East Peppcrell, Mass, till Ap. 1874, when he was ordained 
| deacon, and stationed at Townsend, Mass.; and was living at the latter 
place in Dec. 1S74. 

9204 J III. Joseph Tapscott Baird, b. at Lysander, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1S4S; 
j and was living there in Dec. 1S74, unmarried. 



16S52 



1374 



Eighth Generation. 



9205 IV. Jesse Keeler Band, b. at Lysandt 

was living there in Dec. 1S74, unmarried. 



N. Y., 10 Nov. 1 851; and 



9212 



Chil. of Burr and Sally (Hoyt) Keeler. 

9206 I. George Deios Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2 Sept 1831; 
painter and cabinet-maker; married at Bethel, Conn., 7 Nov. "1852, 
Caroline Rosclle James, dau. of Jesse Lodrick and Amanda (Baker) James, 
of Westport, Conn., where she was born 16 Oct. 1S34. They were livine 
at Bethel in 1873. ' , 

9207 II. Sylvester Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 Aug. 1834; a lock- 
maker; married at South Xorwalk, Conn., 13 Oct. 1S59, Mary Jane Hoyt, 

idau. of Ira and Jane (Miller) Hoyt,' of South Norwalk, where she was 
born 25 July 1841. They dwell at South Norwalk in 1S73, without 
; children. 

920S III. Edgar Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 10 Jan. 1836; a shoe- 

maker; enlisted at Albany, N. V., 20 Aug. 1S61, as a private in Co. C, 
:44th Reg., N. V. S. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged for disability, 5 
Nov. 1862. He was living with his parents, at Ridgefield, in 1873, 
hopelessly invalided. 

9209 IV. John Henry Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 11 Dec. 1S3S; and 
died there, 13 Oct. 1839, according to the family-bible, while the town- 

| record makes the date one month and seven days later. 

9210 V. Huldah Jane Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Nov. 1841 ; and 
was living there, with her parents, in 1873, unmarried. 



r-:> 



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. 1S34; 
died of convulsions, at Ridgefield, Conn., when seven years old, and was 
buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

1 See the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 520. 



3274 



1710133 



Whitney Family. 



yjij ; III. William Lewis Staples, b. at Green's Farms, Conn., 5 Nov. 
J 1838; died at Danbury, Conn., 11 Nov. 1869, of typhoid fever, unmarried. 

9214 ' IV. Julia Ann Staples, b. at South Salem, N. Y., in Sept. 1840; 

married Benjamin Roflf; and died of consumption, at Danbury, Conn., in 
I June 1868. 
I 

9215 ' V. Rufus Staples, married Mary Eliza Seymour, dau. of Lewis 
! Seymour, of Wilton, Conn.; and was living at Danbury, Conn., in 1873. 

I 

9216 ! VI. George Staples, b. in Feb. 1846; died in July 1S72, at Danbury, 
Conn. 

VII. Betsey Staples, was living at Danbury, Conn., in 1873, unmar- 
ried. 

9218 i VIII. Sarah Staples, was living at Danbury, Conn., in 1S73, unmar- 
ried. 



*375 



Chil. of David H 



and Freelove Ann (Bailey) Keeler 



9219 I. William Keeler, b. at Green's Farms, Conn, 2S Feb. 1837; died 
at Green's Farms, 10 Ap. 1S37, and was buried there. 

9220 II. Bailey Samuel Keeler, b. at Brewster's Station, N. Y., 23 Sept. 
1838 ; a salesman ; enlisted at Monticello, N. Y., 12 Aug. 1S62, in Co. A, 
143d Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; and was discharged near Alexandria, 
Va., 12 Jul)- 1S65, having served under Generals Heintzelman and Sherman, 
and taken part in twelve engagements. He married, 12 Sept. 1S71, 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. 1S50. They settled at Middletown, 
and were living there in Jan. 1875. 

9221 III. Benjamin Franklin Keeler, b. at Peekskill, N.Y., 5 Aug. 1S41; 
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 
I manufacturer of chairs; enlisted, 6 Oct. 1864, in Co. A, 143d 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 



32/5 



>6S 5 7 



16858 



16S60 



1376 Eigh th 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, X. Y., in Sept. 1867; to Jeffersonville, X. Y., 
in Jan. 1868 ; and, in Dec. 1870, settled at Ellenville, X. Y. He was mar- 
ried there, 12 Sept. I 87 1, 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. 1S51, dan. of Alfred Wood and Jemima (Budd) 
Burhans. They settled at the corner of Market and Warren Streets, 
Ellenville, and were living there in Feb. 1S75. 

9223 V. George Willis Keeler, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 1 Jan. 184;; a 
salesman; died of consumption, at Middletown, X. Y., 21 March 1875, 
unmarried, and was buried there, in Hillside Cemetery. 

9224 VI. John SCeeler, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 29 Dec. 1850; died at 
Peekskill, 3 May 1852, and was buried there. 

9225 VII. William Andrew Keeler, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1S53 ; a 
: chair-maker ; was living at Middletown, N. Y., in Dec. 1S74, unmarried. 



Chil. of Isaac Nichols and Sarah Ann (Keeler) Powell. t,2J' 

9226 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. 

9228 III. Samuel Francis Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 9 Ap. 1S45; 
, was living with his parents, at Bridgeport, Conn., in Xov. 1873, unmarried. 

9229 IV. John Wright Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Ap. 1S48; a 
blacksmith; was living with his parents, at Bridgeport, Conn., in Nov. 
1843, unmarried. 

9230 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. 

9231 VI. Sarah Lucy Powell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 24 May 1852; died 
there, 26 July 1861, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 



/ 



//- r h itn cy Fa m ily. 



377 



Chil. of James Harvey and Emoline (Smith) Keeler. 

I. Mary Keeler, b. .it South Salem, N. V., 6 Jan. 1S41; died there, 12 
Oct. 1845, and was buried in the Presbyterian Church-yard. 



II. Smith Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 2S Feb. 1S45; a fresco- 
painter; married Mary Wheeler, of Norwalk, Conn.; and lived at Chicago, 



[6861 



III. Mary Ann Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 22 M; 
married Samuel Allen, of Westport, Conn., a master-mariner. 



1S47; 16S63 



9235 IV. Caroline Oc.'ell Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 21 Ap. 1S49; 
married Ceorge Warren, of Westport, Conn., a farmer. 

9236 Y. Sarah Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y.. 14 Ap. 1851; married 
Bernard Cravagan, of Sharon, Conn., a saddler and harness-maker. 



16870 



9237 VI. Arthur Morris Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 7 Feb. 1S53; 
I a fresco-painter; married at Saugatuck, Conn., 2 July 1873, Crace Leonard, 
j of Great Barrington, Mass. 

9238 I VII. Maria DeWitt Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1S54; 
I married John Allen, of Westport, Conn., a farmer, brother to Samuel 
I Allen, who married her sifter Mary. They lived at Westport in 1873, 
I 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 1S59. 

Chil. of James Harvoy and Sarah Maria (Sammis) Keeler. 

9241 X. Henry Durand Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 1 1 Dec. 1S63. 

9242 XI. Benjamin Floyd Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 26 Oct. 
1S65. 

9?43 XII. Ceorge Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 5 Aug. 1868. 

9244 '. XIII. Emeline Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 26 June 1S70. 

9-45 XIV. Bertha Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 19 Sept. 1S72. 



3277 



1378 



9?4<5 



9247 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of William Lewis and Lydia Ann (Tucker) Heeler. 3: 

I. William Warren Keeler, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 11 June 1859. 



Child of Samut 



and Caroline (Odoll) Keeler. 



I. Charles Oriell Keeler, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 10 Jan. 1S49; mar- 
ried at Hudson City, X. J., 29 May 1872 (var. 8 Ap. 1S73), by Rev. T. R. 
G. Peck, Reformed, to Fiorentina 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 Ingcrsol and Harriet Amelia (Odell) Keeler. 

II. Caroline Elizabeth Keeler, b at North Castle, N. Y., 1 Sept. 

1S52; married at Hastings-upon-Hudson, N. Y., 23 July 1873, by Rev. 
T. R. G. Peck, Reformed, to Cilbert Unclerhill Dusenberry, a farmer, son of 
Jacob and Jane (Underbill) Dusenberry, of Hartsdale, N. Y., where he was 
born 1 May 1S48. They settled at Hartsdale, and were living there in Ap. 
IS77- 



Chil. of William Svvayze and Fanny Melinda (Rodgers) Baker. 

9249 I I. Edward Everett Baker, b. at New Hartford, Conn., 16 Ap. 1842; 
j 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 

I Fenn, only dau. of Abijah and Laura (Paimiter) Fenn, of Harwinton, 
Conn. She was born at Burlington, Conn., 23 May 1844. They were 

j living at Harwinton, with her parents, in Ap. 1877. 

9250 j II. Albert Hebard Baker, b. at Kingston, R. I., iS 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. 

9251 ; III. Frank Russell Baker, b. at Burlington, Conn., 15 Ap. 1S55; 

and was living at Collinsville, Conn., in Ap. 1877. 



Whitney Family 



1379 



3284 



Chil. of John Fletcher and Clara (Benjamin) Baker. 

9252 I John Emerson Baker, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 14 Feb. 1848; died 
at Winsted, Conn., 30 Aug. 1849, and was buried there. 

9253 II. Emma Clara Baker, b. at Winsted, Conn., 25 Nov. 1850; died at 
i Winsted, 8 Sept. 185 1, and was buried there. 

9254 1 III. Ellis Benjamin Baker, b. at Winsted, Conn., 24 Sept. 1854; 16876 
a book-keeper and telegraph-operator; married at Meriden, Conn., 21 

I Sept. 1876, Mary Corham Frost, who was born at Bristol, Conn., II Nov 
1856, dau. of Daniel Cooper and Sarah Abigail (Stoddard) Frost. The) 



856, aau. 01 uaniei Loop 
were living at Meriden in July 1877 



Chil. of Scott and Abby (Burwell) Baker. 

9255 I. Robeit Baker, died soon after his return from service in the war of 
! 1861. 

9256 II. Mary Louisa Baker, married Flinn, a merchant; and was 

! living at Bridgeport, Conn., in July 1S77. 

9257 J III. Elizabeth Baker, was living with her parents, at Birmingham, 
I Conn., unmarried, in July 1877. 



3285 



9258 



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. 

9259 I I. Ella Emily Pond, b. at Colebrook, Conn., 22 Aug. 1832. 

9260 II. Myra Louise Pond, b. at Colebrook, Conn., 4 Dec. 1858. 



Chil. of Samuel Thomas and Sarah Caroline (Keeler) Jones. 

9261 i . I. Mary Jones, b. about 185S. 

9262 ; II. Ashley Jones, b. about 1861. 



32S7 



3288 



i 3 8o 


Right h ( una -a Hon . 






Child of James and Laura Jane (Keelor) Lobdell. 


338, 


9263 


I. Carevell Lobdell, b. about 1S57. 






Child of James and Laura Jane (Keeler) Osborn. 


3289 


9264 


11. Susan Osborn, b about 1871. 






Chil. of Nelson and Annette (Stebbins) Keeler. 


3290 


9265 


I. James Floyd Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 2 Jan. 1861. 




926G 


II. Bevelous Keeler, b. at South Salem, X.Y., 29 Nov. 1S63. 




9267 


III. William Stebbins Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 10 Feb. 
1866; lived with his grandfather in 1873. 




926s 


IV. Frederick kelson Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 9 May 
1S69. 




9269 


V. Edgar Keeler, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 3 Feb. 1871. 






Chil. of Stephen and Alice (Maxwell) Keeler. 


3393 


9270 


I. Solomon Maxwell Keeler, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y. ; married at 1687; 




Kenosha, Wis., 3 May 1857, Mary Ann Pomeroy, dan. of George Pomcroy. 




of San Francisco, Cal. He was purser of the steam-ship New York, and 




died in China, 20 Ian. 1S6S. She was living at San Francisco in Nov. 




1873- 




9271 


II. Sarah Ann Keeler, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y., 24 Dec. 1S34; married 16SS0 




there, 3 Feb. 1S53, 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. i860; lie, 10 Oct. 1866), and were buried at Springfield. 



Whitney Family, 



9272 

9273 
9-74 

! 9275 

I 9276 

9277 

9278 



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. 1S73. 

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. 1S73. 

IV. Josephine Keeler, married Thomas Scott, a freight-agent ; and 
settled at Trenton, N. J., where they were still living in Nov. 1S73. 

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. 
1873- 

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. 



I38l 

3296 

16883 



16S84 



:6S85 



[6SS9 



Chil. of Joshua Robert and Mary (Keeler) Willets. 

9279 I. Lewis Keeler Willets, b. at Fort Hamilton, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1837 ; 
I 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. 1S5S, 

served on the steamer Brooklyn, and was discharged 30 Nov. 1861; 

enlisted, 17 May 1S62, in 71st Reg., N. Y. S. Militia, and was discharged 
. 17 Aug. 1802; enlisted 13 June 1863, and was discharged 13 July 1S63; 
! enlisted, 29 Dec. 1863, in Co. E, I02d Reg., N. Y. Vet. Volunteers, and 
I was discharged 23 Aug. 1S65 ; was captured, 20 July 1S64, 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 13th Reg., 

U. S. Infantry, 27 Ap. 1867, and was discharged 27 Ap. 1S70; enlisted in 
■ 21st Reg., U. S. Infantry, 16 Aug. 1S71; and when that, and a battalion 
I of the 14th U. S. Infantry, were consolidated, he was discharged as a 
j surplus non-commissioned officer, 20 Oct. 1872. 



High th Generation. 



9280 II. James Willets, b. at Fort Hamilton, N. V., 3 Oct. 1S39; a steam- 

engineer; was living at Gold Hill, Nevada, in Nov. 1S73, unmarried. He 
enlisted, as a private, in 18th Reg. Wis. Volunteers ; served for three years; 
and was discharged as a sergeant. 



9281 III. Harriet Willets, b. at New York City, 31 Oct. 184 1 ; married - 

there, 19 Feb 1859, John James Evans, son of" David and Mary (Pritchard) 
Evans, of New York, where he was born 18 Oct. 1S35. 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 1S65. 

92S2 IV. Jane Willets, b. at New York City, 4 Ap. 1850; died there, 3 

Oct. 1853, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 



9285 



Chil. of Thaddeus and Mary (Crannis) Keeler. 

9283 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. 

9284 II. William Thaddeus Keeler, b. in New York City, 5 Ap. 1S49; 
a student of medicine; was living with his father, in Morristown, N. J., in 
Nov. 1 873, unmarried. 

i 



Child of Henry and Harriet (Keeler) Burtis. 

I. Elizabeth Hendrickson Burtis, b. at Trenton, N. Y., 1 June 
1862. 



3299 



3302 



Chil. of James and Charlotte (Tice) Keeler. 



9286 I. Eugene Keeler, b. at Trenton, N. J.; was living in Nov. 1873, un- 

married. 



3303 



92S7 II. Menoma Keeler, b. at Trenton, N. J.; was living in Nov. 1873, 

1 unmarried. 

9288 III. Heman Keeler, b. at Trenton, N. J.; died young. 



9289 

j 929° 

I 9291 

j 9292 

9293 

9294 

9295 



9296 



// liitney Family. 



1383 



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. 186: 



VI II 



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. aflontague Keeler, b. at Jersey City, N. J., in Sept. 1865. 



Chil. of William and Clarissa (Kellogg) Scofield. 

I. Catharine Mary Scofield, b. at Poundridge, N.Y., 25 Sept. 1S42 ; 
died at Shrewsbury, Penn., 19 Jan. 1852, and was buried there. 



9297 I II. Margaretta Scofield, b. at Shrewsbury, Penn., iS Aug. 1849; a 

teacher; married at Poundridge, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1866, George Thatcher 
Smith, a teacher, born 30 May I S36, 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. 

9298 i III. Adeline Scofield, b. at Shrewsbury, Penn., 27 Aug. 1S51; mar- 

ried at Poundridge, N. Y., 29 Ap. 1S72, Ceorge Henry Haight, a civil 
'engineer, born 2 March 1852, son of Samuel and Phebe (Clark) Haight, 1 of 
! Bedford, N. V. They were living at Poundridge in July 1877. 

9298..: IV. Mary Catharine Scofield, b. at Poundridge, N. Y, 13 June 
1859; and was living there in July 1877. 



9 -'99 



Child of Benjamin and Sarah Maria (Packard) Keilogg. 

I. Benjamin Franklin Kellogg, b. at Camden, N. J., 4 Jan. 1S57 
and was living with his father, at Philadelphia, Penn., in Sept. 1877. 

'See the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 543. 



3313 



16S9; 



1GS96 



1384 



93oi 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of Cyrus 1 and Eliia Ann (Osborn) Kellogg. 

I. Emma Lewis Kellogg, b. at Poundridge, X. V., 26 March 1849; 
married at Camden, N. J., 22 Nov. 1S70, Lewis Hanford Benedict. See 
his record. 

Chil. of Cyrus and Mary Richards (Moseley) Kellogg. 

II. Nathanael Auckland Kellogg, b. at Camden, N. J., 26 June 
1857 ; died at Camden, 6 Aug. 1858, and was buried there, in Evergreen 
Cemetery. 



331 5 

16897 



9304 



III. Ptlaria Roberta Kellogg, b. at Camden, N. J., 22 May 1859; 
died at Camden, 1 Dec. 1862, and was buried there, in Evergreen Cemetery. 

IV. William Park Kellogg, b. at Camden, X. J., 27 May 1862; died 
at Camden, 21 March 1866, and was buried there, in Evergreen Cemetery. 

V. Florence IVloceley Kellogg, b. at Camden, X T . J., 19 Ap. 1S66. 



9305 



9306 

9307 
9308 



Child of William Ezra and Margaret Strang (Kellogg) Parsons. 

I. Jessie Parsons, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 12 Ap. 1872; bap. 28 
Sept. 1873, by Rev. Mr. Grey, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at South 
Salem. 



Chil. of Jason Cardiner and Maria (Raymond) Kellogg. 

I. Henry Ward Kellogg, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 27 Feb. 185S; a 
clerk; lived at Katonah, X. V., in 1873. 

II. Sophia Kellogg, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 14 May 1862. 

III. Edward Clinton Kellogg, b. at South Salem, N.Y., 2 Feb. 1864. 



riedat New York City, u Tar-.. lS.;S. E-M/a A-.\ land and M.-.ry in!'.,'; ; Richards) Moseley, of 

OsiX'k.v, dau. of David" and Betsey (Smith') Philadelphia, formerly of Springfield, Mass., 

Osbom, of Poundridge, N. Y.. where she was where she was born Tan. 1S27. They dwelt at 

born in 1826. They" dwelt at Poundridge for Camden, N. J., till 1S70; then settledat Brooklyn, 

one year and a half: at South Salem. X. V., two N. Y., and were living there in Sep',. 1S77. 
years; and at Philadelphia, I'enn., two years. These facts did not reach us in time to appear 

She died at Poundridge, 2S June 1854. He in their proper place, on page 613. 
married (2d;, 7 July 1S56, at Philadelphia, Mary 





Whitney Family. 


■385 


Child of Hawley and Eunice (Jonef) Seymour. 


3320 


9309 


I. Caroline Augusta Seymour, b. at Wilton, Conn., 25 July 1S55; 
and lived there, with her mother, in 1873. 






Chil. of Sanford and Nancy (Jones) ICeoler. 


3322 


93 io 


I. Lois Adela Keeler, b at Wilton, Conn., 1 Feb. 1848; and died 
there, iS Dec. 1S51. 




93 1 1 


II. Arvilia Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 22 May 1S50. 




9312 


III. Wilbur J. Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 20 Sept. 1852; and died 
there, 18 Nov. 1S52. 




9313 


IV. Louisa Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 1 Oct. 1853. 




93H 


V. Fanny Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 1 Sept. 1855. 




9315 


VI. Frank S. Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn , 25 Sept. 1S59; and died 
there, 26 Now 1859. 




93i6 


VII. Ruth Ann Keeler, b. at Wilton, Conn., 9 May 1S69. 






Chil. of William and Mary Jane (Jones) Avery. 


3323 


93 1 7 


I. William H. Avery, b. 1 Aug. 1846. 




93i8 


II. Avery, a son, died at birth. 




9319 


III. Washington Irving Avery, b. at South Salem, N. V., 4 Nov. 
185S. 




9320 


IV. Benjamin Ellsworth Avery, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 19 June 
1S62. 




Chil. of Albert and Catharine Janette (Jones) Jones. 


3324 


9321 


I. Lois Jones. 




1 9322 

1 


II. Catharine Jones, b. about 1865. 

174 





1 3 86 



9323 



9324 



High th Generation. 



9325 



9327 
9328 
9329 
9330 



9331 

933- 
9333 



9335 



Chll. of Henry Dwight and Elizabeth Ann (Keeler) Hawloy. 

I. Charles Dwight Hawley, b. at Farmington, Conn., 23 March 186S. 

II. Henry Keeler Hawley, b. at Farmington, Conn., 2 June 1870. 
Hawley, a son, twin, b. at Farmington, Conn., 19 Nov. 



333u 



1876; died when three months old 



9326 IV. 

1876. 



Hawley, a dan., twin, b. at Farmington, Conn., 19 Nov. 



Chil. of Aaron C. and Emma Elizabeth (Mart) Keeler. 

I. Henry Hawley Keeler, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 3 March 1S67. 

II. Abner Hart Keeler, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 5 Ap. 186S. 

III. Aaron Benedict Keeler, b at North Wilton, Conn., 1 3 Ap. 1S72. 

IV. Nettie Eliza Keeler, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 16 June 1876. 



Chil. of John Webster and Mary Caroline (Brush) Keeler. 

I. Mary Emma Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 Sept. 1SG3 ; died 
27 Oct. 1S63, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

II. Edward Webster Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 20 Jan. 1S66. 

III. John Franklin Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 16 Dec. 1S6S. 

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. V., 30 Ai 
148; was unmarried in Nov. 1877. 



3346 



9336 | II. Lewis Hanford Benedict, b. at South Salem, -N. Y., 26 Nov. 16897 
! i849; a dealer in fruit; married at Camden, N. J., 22 Nov. 1870, 



Wliitncv Familv 



1387 



Emma Lewis Kellogg, dau. of Cyrus and Eliza Ann (Osborn) Kellogg, of 9JOO 
Camden. She was born at Poundridge, N. V., 26 March 1S49. They 
settled at Brooklyn, N. V., and were living there in Sept. 1877. 

9337 III. Etta Mary Benedict, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 11 Nov. 1S53; 
died at South Salem, 7 June 1857, and was buried there. 



9333 



9339 
9340 
934i 
9342 
9343 



IV. Cora cstella Benedict, b. at Br 



lyn, X. V., 21 Sept. 1 861. 



Chil. of Stephen and Hartiet (Benedict) Webster. 

I. Ceorge Webster, a farmer; lived with his parents in iS; 

II. Harriet Eutiora Webster. 

III. Mary Anne Webster, lived with her parents in 1S73. 

IV. Charles Webster. 

V. Stephen Webster, b about 1S66. 



Chil. of Jonah and Mar)' Amelia (Benedict) Holly. 

9344 ! I. Marietta Holly, b. about 1855. 

9345 . II. Stephen Holly, b. about 1S65. 



Chil. of Webster Boughton and Hancy Keeler (Benedict) Hull. 

9346 J I. Hannah Louisa Hull, b. at South Salem, N. V., iS Aug. 1856 ; 
\ was a teacher of instrumental music, and organist of the Presbyterian 
j Church, at South Salem, in 1873. 

9347 II. William Clayton Hull, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 30 Dec. 1S63. 



Chil. of Henry and Isabella Frances (Hayes) Anderson. 



934S I. Mary Ellen Anderson, b. at Elizabeth, X. J., 25 Aug. 1S63. 



334S 



3349 



3350 



3357 



1338 

9349 
9350 
935i 



9352 
9353 



9354 

9355 
9356 

9357 



9353 
9359 
93 6o 
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. 1 87 1. 

II. Charles Ferdinand Hayes, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 12 Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of William Frederick and Fidolia Elizabeth (Hayes) 

Benedict. j \\^ 

I 

I. Annie Keeler Benedict, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 2 Julv 
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. 1S72. 



r°- 



Chil. of John Leicester and Nellie (Keyser) Hayes. 

I. Elsie May Hayes, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 1 1 June 1867. 

II. Helena Hampton Hayes, b. at Green Point, L. I., 2 Jan. 1S69. 

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. 



336o 



9362 
9363 
9364 
93^5 
9366 

936? 



9368 
9369 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Daniel Howol and Hannah Jano (Keeler) Olmstead. 

I. Harrison Eli Olmstead, b. at The Cascades, Columbia River, 
Oregon, S July 1863. 

II. Myra Daniels Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 24 
March 1865. 

III. Rosa Delia Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 30 
I Aug. 1 866. 



1389 

3362 



IV. Isaac Sterrett Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 30 
Ap. 1869 ; died there, 8 Jan. I 872, and was buried in Walla Walla Cemetery. 

V. Addy Levina Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 1 1 
Feb. 1S73; died there, 4 .March 1S73, and was buried in Walla Walla 
Cemetery. 

VI. Lewis Daniel Olmstead, b. near Walla Walla, Washington, 25 
July 1875. 



Chil. of John Eli and Eliza Jano (Carpenter) Keeler. 

I. Ida Jane Keeler, b. at West Hoboken, N. )., in Oct. 1861. 

II. John Lewis Keeler, b. at West Hoboken, N. J., in Aug. 1865; 
died at Jersey City, N. J., in Jan. 1S6S. 



3365 



9370 i III. Charles Eli Keeler, b. at Jersey City, N. J., in Feb. 187 



Chil. of Rollin and Esther Mary (Keeler) McNiel. 

937i I I- Archibald Mcftfiel, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 16 July 1S66. 

93/2 II. Mary McNiel, b. at New Haven, Conn., 6 Jan. 1S71; died at South 

I Salem, N. Y., 20 March 1872, and was buried in the Presbyterian Church- 
yard. 



3370 



9373 



Child of David Bradley and Adelphine Frederica (Brandner) Keeler. 

I. Mabel Keeler, b. at Greeley, Colorado, 24 July 1S71; died 2 Aug. 
1 87 1, and was buried at Greeley. 



139° 



Eiglith Generation. 



Chil. of William H. and Mary Amelia (Marvin) Henry. 



9374 I. William Marvin Henry, b. in New York City, 10 Aug. i860; and 
was living there, with his parents, at 56 West 12th Street, in 1874. 

9375 II. John Campbell Henry, b. in New York City, 23 July 1866; and 
was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 



93S0 



938i 



9382 



Chil. of Karman find Sarah Elizabeth (Marvin) Terwilliger. 

9376 I. Harman Cage Terwilliger, b. at Fair Haven, in Sterling, N. Y., 
25 June 185S ; and was living with his parents, at Vassar, Mich., in 1874. 

9377 II. Wary Elizabeth Terwilliger, b. at Fair Haven, N. Y., 17 June 
[ 1862 ; and was living with her parents, at Yassar, Mich., in 1S74. 

937S III. Helen Ann Terwilliger, b at Fair Haven, N. Y., 6 Ap. 1864; 

and was living with her parents, at Vassar, Mich., in 1874. 



337-4 



Child of Lewis Scott and Rachel (Van Patten) Marvin. 

9379 I. Estelia Marvin, b. at Sterling, N. Y., 20 Nov. 1868; and was 

living there, with her parents, in 1S74. 



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) Koland. 

II. Sarah Abigail Boland, b. at Cortland Village, N Y., 7 Dec. 
1835; die cl 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, ancJ was buried there. 



1376 



3382 
1039 



338: 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Albert Foster and Annis (I 



;) Boland. 



9383 I IV. Harriet Elizabeth Boland, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 9 Oct. 
t 1838 ; married at Hamilton. N. V., 25 March 1858, by Elder Jones, Baptist, 
; to John Williams, who was born at Fabius, N. V. They settled at Caze- 
inovia, N. Y.; where he died 2 Sept. i860, and was buried in Cazenovia 
j 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. 

93S4 V. Sarah Amanda Boland, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 30 Sept. 
1840; married at Watervale, X. Y., 16 Ap. 1861, by Rev. Mr. Jenks, j 
Presbyterian, to Addison Stoenbergh, 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 1 Ap. 1S71; then moved to Manlius, N. Y., and 
were living there in Oct. 1875. 

9385 • VI. Wilkins Daniel Boland, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1842; 
I died at the same place, 1 8 June 1845, and was buried there. 

! 

9386 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 1 Ap. 1865 till 1 Oct. 1867 ; at Manlius, 
N.Y., till 1 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, 127th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; served till 15 
Aug. 1863; enlisted, 1 Dec. 1863, at New York, as a landsman, in U. S. 
Navy; and was discharged 13 Dec. 1864, 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. 



938/ j VIII. Ellen Augusta Boland, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1846 
.died at the same place, 25 July 1S49, and was buried there. 



9388 IX. Emma Charlotte Boland, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., 5 May 1S49; 
died at Cazenovia, N. Y., 14 June 1857, and was buried there. 

9389 X. Charles Edward Boland, b. at Lincklaen, N. Y., 25 Jan. 1S54; 
j a printer; was living at Fayetteville, N. Y., in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 



39' 



3382 
16899 



16900 



16901 



1392 



9390 



Eigh (h Genera lion . 



Chil. of John Parker 



id Harriet (Bcland) Andr 



I, Abigail Foster Andrews, b. at Groton, N. V., 2j Sept. 1833; 

died at Groton, 16 Feb. 1854, and was buried there. 



33S5 



1 6yo; 



9391 II. Dudley Boland Andrews, b. at Lansing, N. Y., 2 Ap. 1836; a 
railway baggage-master; married at Homer, N. Y., 1 Jan. 185S, Helen 
Mira Ripley, dau. of David and Maria Jane (Elliott) Ripley, of Syracuse, 
N. Y. She was born at Spafford, X. 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. 

9392 III. Benjamin B. Andrews, b. at Lansing, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1837; a 
lawyer; married, 10 Sept. [861, Emma White, dau. of John Keeler and 34S5 
Sally (Griffen) White, of Cortland Village, N. Y., where she was born. 

JThey 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 1S61, as first-lieut, second-lieut., 

I and captain, in the — Leg., N. Y. S. Volunteers. 

9393 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. 1876. 



9394 



Chil. of William Henry and Mary (Woodward) Boland. 

I. Elizabeth Boland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., 19 Oct. 1S3G; and was 
iving there in Sept. 1S75, unmarried. 



!3«4 



9395 II. Abigail Boland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., 3 March 1S3S; married 16912 
j at Bridgewater, Conn., 24 Nov. 1S64, by Rev. Mr. Noble, Lpiscopal, to 

Tracey Austin Dibble, a farmer, son of Barnabas and Mary (Burbank) 
Dibble, of Dexter, Mich. He was born at Webster, Mich., 8 r May 1S38. 
They dwelt at Dexter for three years; and then moved to Grass' Lake, 
] which was still their home in Sept. 1S75. 

9396 : III. Clarinda Boland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., 24 June 1839; mar- 16914 
1 ried there, 8 Jan. 1863, by Rev. Maltby Gelston, Congregational, to Charles 

j 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 
I dwelt at Shan .11 till I Ap. 1865; then moved to Grass Lake, and were 
j living there in Sept. 1S75. 



Whitney Family. 



1393 



9397 IV - l^ary Josephine Boland, b. at Grass Lake. Mich., 7 Ap. 1S45; 
married there, 27 March 1867, by Rev. Norman Tucker, Presbyterian, to 
Henry V/infield Bush, a farmer, son of Jonathan and Sarah (Wintield) 
Bush, of Gras-s Lake. He was born at Canadice, N. Y., 1 Ap. 1S45; LUC d 
at Gras; Lake, 20 May 1869, and was buried there. She was married 
(2d), 9 May 1872, at Grass Lake, by Rev. George Williams, Congrega- I 
tional, to Laban Asahel Parsons, of the same place, a farmer, son of 
Alanson and Aivira (Green) Parsons, of Rushville, X. Y. He was born at 
Italy, X. Y., 5 Dec. 1842. They settled at Grass Lake, and were living 
there in Sept. 1S75. 



16915 



939S V. William Anson Roland, b. at Grass Lake, Mich., 1 Jan. 1S4S; a 
manufacturer of boots and shoes; married at Jackson, Mich., 1 Aug. 1870, 
Rowena Dweile, dau. of Darwin and Rowena (Newton) Dwelle, of Bruns- 
wick, Me. She was born at Lewiston, Me., 1 Aug. 1S50. 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. 



[6 9 t6 



3335 



I. Harriet Maria Burnham, b 19 M: 

William M. Moore. 



:S 4 S, 



II. Theodore Augustus Burnham, b. 25 Nov. 1823; married, 6 
I Sept. 1S54, Emma Maria Cady, who was born 26 Ap. 1831. He died 2j 
July 1855. 



16917 



9401 
9402 



III. Therese Amelia Burnham, b. 28 Dec 



9403 
9404 



IV Egbert Reuben Burnham, b. 24 Jan. 1829; married, 4 Aug. 
1S50, Mary Lucinda Sandford, who was born 8 June 183 I, and died 19 
Jul) - 1854. He married (2d). 7 Jan. 1857, Eliza Sophia Cutter, who was 
"born in 1S31, and died 21 March 1S58. He dwelt at 7 Fitch Street, 
Syracuse, X. Y., in Oct. 1S75. 

V. Frederick M. Burnham, b. in Jan. 1832; died in Feb. 1833. 

VI. Frederick Foster Burnham, b. 8 Jan. 1834; married, iS Oct. 

1857, Maria Theresa Currier. 



[691S 



9405 



VII Frank Eugene Burnham, b. 4 M; 
1S61, Elvira Conn. 



[S36: 



irried, 6 Ap. 1692 1 



1394 



9406 



Eighth Generation. 



9408 

9409 



9 V 



9412 



VIII. Abby Clarinda Burnham, b. 30 Nov. 1S37; married, 31 Dec. 
S56, Jarecl Derby. 



9407 IX. Sarah Elizabeth Bumliam, b. 11 Nov. 1839; married, 1 Nov. 

I 8^9, Ceorge A. Parkington. 



N. Edward Smith Burnham, b. 15 Feb. 1S43; died 22 Dec. 1845. 
XI. William Dixon Burnham, b. 22 Ap. 1847. 



Chil. of Frederick Mortimer and Jacintha (Randall) Boland. 33 sr » 

I. William Henry Boland, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 12 Jan. 1831; a 16922 
hat-finis!ier ; married at Bridgewater, Conn., 10 May 1853, Nancy Lorann 
Treat, dau. of Almon and Hannah (Randall) Treat, of Bridgewater, where 
she was born 24 June 1830. The)- settled at Bridgeport, and were living 
there in Feb. 1876. 

II. fViontville Boland, b. at Bridgewatcr, 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. 1S35; married at 1692; 
Bridgewater, Conn., I Jan. 18G0, Burr Mallett, a farmer, born at Bridge- 
water, 25 Feb. 1834, son of Marcus and Sarah (Keeler) Mallett, and g. son 

l of Stephen Keeler, who went to Bridgewater from Ridgefield, Conn., about 
i 1 8 10. They settled at Bridgewater, and were living there in Feb. 1876. 

J 

9413 I 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 
i was born 25 Aug. 1846. They were living at Danbury in Feb. 1876. 

9414 ! V. Eugene Randall Boland, b. at Sharon, Conn., 21 Nov. 1838; a 16929 
i hat-finisher ; married at Bridgewater, Conn., 1 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. 

9415 VI. Charles Mansfield Boland, b. at Sharon, Conn., 1 Oct. 1840; 16934 
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. 



Whitney Family 



9416 
9417 

941s 
9419 



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. 1S64, Sherwood Adam Lyon, a 

J salesman, son of George and Ann Janet (Beardsley) Lyon, of Bridgewater, 
where he was born 2j March 1S3S. They were living at 118 Huron! 

. Street, Green Point, L. I., in Feb. 1876. 

IX. Frederick Anson Boland, b. at Bridgewater, Conn., 15 Ap. 
1S47 ; died at Bridgewater, Conn., 1 1 Sept. 1848, and was buried 'there. 

X. Emeline Boland, b. at Bridgewater, Conn, 15 Feb. 1850; married 
j there, 13 Oct. 1873, Henry Frost, a farmer, son of Lewis and Sylvia (Beers) 
I Frost, of Bridgewater, where he was born 22 Jan. 1849. They were livinr 

at Southville, Conn., in Feb. 1S76. 



1395 



16935 



Chil. of Hiram and Louisa (Childs) Boland. 3387 

94-0 \ I. Harriet rVIaria Boland, b. at Groton, N. V., 3 Oct. 183 1; married 16036 
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 

j years, at Polk, Iowa; then moved to Bradford, Iowa, and were living there 

I in Sept. 1875. 

9421 j II. Wesley Foster Boland, b. at Groton, N. Y., 8 March 1S35; 16940 
i married at Plymouth, Conn., 1 Jan. 1861, Angeline Warner; died at 
Bridgeport, Conn., 14 Ap. 1873, and was buried at Plymouth. His widow 
was living at 8 Clarence Street, Bridgeport, in Sept. 1S75. 

III. Reuben Egbert Boland, b. at Groton, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1S40; died 
at Groton, 15 Feb. 1841, and was buried there. 



94: 



Chil. of Reuben Egbert and Maria (Trowbridge) Boland. 
I. Helen SVtaria Boland, b. at Sharon, Conn., 20 Aug. 1838. 



!3S8 



9424 \ II. Charles Edward Boland, b. at Westport, Conn., 10 July 1843- 16941 
j married in the Prot. Epis. Church of the Holy Apostles, New York City' 
j by Rev R. S. Howland, D.D., 14 Oct. 1869, to Jenny Coulding Hawthorn^ 



1 39 6 



Eigh th ( u'li era tio n . 



dau. of Thomas and Jane (Goulding) Hawthorn, of New York, where she 
was born 13 Ap. 1S51. They dwelt at Flushing, L. I., till Feb. 1872; at 
J New York, till 22 Nov. 1S74; then returned to Flushing, and were living 
[ there in Sept. 1S75. His occupation was insurance, at 120 Broadway, New 
I York. He served in the war of 1S61, with Co. A, 22d Reg., N. G. S. 
N. Y., having been mustered in, May 1862. 

9425 III. Anson Albert Boland, b. at Westport, Conn., 24 Nov. 1S45; a 

j cartman ; married at New York City, 10 June 1S67, Helen Shumway Beers, 
I dau. of Andrew Buckle}- and Henrietta Jones (Caldwell) Beers, of New- 
York', where she was born 24 Feb. 184S. They were living at 14 Vandam 
J Street, New York, in Oct. 1875. 



9426 IV. Abigail Gilbert Boland, b. at Westport, Conn., 29 May 1S4S; 

married at her father's residence, 412 West Nineteenth Street, New York, 
I 22 Jan. 1S73, Frederick Custavus Anderson, a lawyer, son of James and 
Maria (Conklin) Anderson, of New York, where he was born 27 Jan. 1S45. 
They dwelt at Flushing, L. I., from 1 May 1S73 to 1 Sept. 1S73; and then 
moved to 351 West Fifteenth Street, New York. 



Chil. of Ceorge Russel and Sarah (Boland) Woodward. 

I. Susan Woodruff Woodward, b. at Sharon, Conn., 6 May 1S40; 
married there, 10 Dec. 1S63, Nathan Jewett, a farmer, son of John and 
Caroline (Johnson) Jewett, of Sharon, where he was born [4 July 1839. 
They settled at Sharon, and there died (he, 2j Dec. 1S72; she, 16 Jan. 
1875), and were buried. 



.69.1 



9428 II. Abby Foster Woodward, b. at Sharon, Conn., iS Sept. 1S42'; 
married there, 16 Jan. 1S73, Samuel Averill Skiff, a farmer, son of Luther 

; and Hannah (Comstock) Skiff, of Kent, Conn., where he was born 1 1 Ap. 
j 1837. They settled at Sharon, and were living there in Aug. 1S73. 

9429 III. Emma Maria Woodward, b. at Sharon, Conn., 15 July 1844; 

married there, 6 Ap. 1S65, 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 1S69; then moved to 

j Waterloo, Iowa; and returned to her father's house 12 Nov. 1S74, where 

j they were still living in Oct. 1875. 



IV. Harriet Virginia Woodward, b. at Sharon, Conn., 20 
[849; died at Sharon, 22 Aug. 1S50, and was buried there. 



March 



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9433 



9434 



Chil. of Walter and Clarinda Amelia (Boland) Smith. 

I. Caroline Boland Smith, b. at Kent, Conn., 1 1 May 1844; married 
at Bradford, Iowa, 10 Dec. 1S6S, by Rev. R. V. Williams, Congregational, 
to Merritt Currier, a farmer, son of Erdix Tinney and Laura Ann (Good- 
speed) Currier, of Java, X. V. He was born at Wales, N. Y., 25 Dec. 
1S41. They settled at Polk, Iowa, and were living there in Oct. 1S75. 

II. P/Saria Carpenter Smith, b. at Sharon, Conn., 4 Sept. 1845; • 
married at her father's house in Bradford, Iowa. 25 March 1 S66, 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. 

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. 

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. 



9436 VI. Wesley Foster Smith, b. at Polk, Iowa. 
ten days old. 



Ap. 1 85 5; died wl 



'397 

3392 
1695S 



3394 



Chil. of Heman and Hannah (Boland) Tobey. 

9437 I. Horace H. Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 18 March 1S21 ; died 
16 Sept. 1822. 

943S 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, X. Y., 26 May 1S26. He left home 1 Sept. 
1S37; lived at Poughkeepsie for five years; and then settled at Salt Point, 
where they were still living in Dec. 1S75, without children. 

9439 | HI. Henry La Fayette Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, X. Y., 8 June 16960 



1393 



Eisrh t'/i Gent -ration . 



1S24; a printer and editor; married in 1S44, at Poughkeepsie, Ann Eliza 
Seabury, dan. of John and Jane (Pell) Seabury, of Poughkeepsie, where she 
was born 3 Dec. 1823. He died at Utica, N. Y., 22 Ap. 1S59, and was 
buried in Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery. She was living at Poughkeepsie 
in Dec. 1S75. 

9440 IV. Harriet Boland Tohcy, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 22 July 1S26; 
married there, in 1S48, John Hsgadorn; married (2d) Benjamin Shearer; 
and was living at Washington Hollow, N. Y., in Nov. 1S75. 

9441 V. Sophronia Elmer Tobey, b. near Hitchcock's Corners, in Amenia, 

JN. Y., \- Oct. 1828; married in Cannon Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
J 26 March 1S56, by Rev. Henry G. Ludlow, Presbyterian, to Luther Eaton, 
; a farmer, son of Ira and Precinda (Berry) Eaton, of Kent, Conn., where 
I he was born 4 Feb. 1826. They settled in Kent, and were living there 
j in Nov. 1875, without children. 



9444 



9445 



VI. Mary Jane Tobey, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 27 Aug. 183 1; 
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 1S33; 

J died there, 31 Dec. 1834, and was buried in the old cemetery on Academy , 
j 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 Cibbs, b. at Torringford, Conn., 18 May 
1818; a teamster; was living at Pine swamp, on Sharon mountain, Conn., 
in Dec. 1875, unmarried. 



53"5 



9446 



9447 



II. Lydia rV3artha Cibbs, 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. 1S17. They dwelt at Norfolk, Conn., till 1S48; 
at Goshen, Conn., till 1S51; at Cornwall, Conn., till 1S55 ; then settled at 
Wassaic, and were living there in Dec. 1875. 



III. Komer Augustus Gibbs, b. at Sharon, C 



onn.. 10 March iS. 



16064 



1697. 



Whitney Family. 



] 399 



944> 



9449 
9450 



945 
945- 



|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, iii 

: Salisbury, Conn., and were living there in Dec. 1875. 

IV. IViyron Boland Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 28 Feb. 1826; a 16981 
I farmer and farrier; married at Batavia, N. Y., iS Feb. 1853, Mary Reed, 

dau. of James and Huldah Maria (Hinkston) Reed, of South Barre, X. Y., 
\ where she was born 6 Sept. 1835. They settled at Bane, X. Y., where he 
! enlisted. 2 Oct. 1861, as farrier, in Co. H, 8th Reg., X. Y. Cavalry; was 
discharged for disability, 28 March 1863; enlisted, 14 Feb. 1864, for three 

years, in 4th Reg., X. Y. Heavy Artillery; was taken prisoner in the battle 
j of Ream's Station ; and was sent to Salisbury Prison, X. C, where he was 
: killed, 1 Oct. 1864, by a sentinel. She was living at Barre in Feb. 1876. 

V. Francis Jerome Cibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn, 18 March 1S2S; 
died at Barre, X. Y, 18 June 1861, unmarried. 

I 

VI. Solomon Goodrich Gibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 24 May 1830; 169S6 
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 Gibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 11 Aug. 1832; a 
mariner; was at Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, in 1873, when last heard from. 

VIII. Eher Sanford Gibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 2 March 1834; 16988 
married at Des Moines, Iowa, wife's name not reported; and was living 

there in Dec. 1875. 



9453 

9454 
9455 



945 5 



IX. Henry Hiram Gibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 14 Aug. 1S36; died 
there, 7 July 1838, and was buried in Sharon South Cemetery. 

X. Henly Lemuel Gibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 3 Nov. 1839; died 
j there, 15 July 1842, and was buried in Sharon Cemetery. 

XI. Wesley L. Gibbs, b. at Sharon, Conn., 24 July 1842; a soldier' 
I in the war of 1861; married Mary Flannagan ; and was living at Millerton 

' N. Y., in Dec. 1S75. 



Child of Solomon and Eveline (Boland) Coodrich. 

I. Semantha Goodrich, residence not known. She had brothers 
and sisters, who are all dead. 



1 699 1 



3397 



1400 



Eio-Ji 1J1 ( n m t Ta Hon . 



Chil. of Henley Eleazer and Luthona (Chamberlain) Phillips. 



340i 



9456 I. Samuel Henley Phillips, b. at Dnnbury, Cunn., 21 March 1840; 169. 
a portrait-painter; married at Mansfield, Ohio, 10 Aug. 1S64, Elvira 
Frances Doty, dan. <>f Elisha Wade and Sophronia Ann (Carpenter) Doty, 

of Mansfield. Slit; 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. 

9457 II. George Deiazon Phillips, b. at New Fairfield, Conn., in March 
1S42; a machinist; married in 1863, at Bridgeport, Cunn., Emma Krinks; 

I and was living there in Feb. 1876, a contractor in a sewing-machine factor}-. 
He enlisted at Bridgeport, 28 July 1862, in Co. D, 17th Keg., Conn. Vol. 
Infantry. He was left on the battle-field of Chancellorsville, supposed to 

i 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. 

9458 111. Alonzo Booth Phillips, b. at Monroe, Conn., in Feb. 1844; a 
I blacksmith ; enlisted at Bridgeport, Conn., when iS years old, in Co. I, 

6th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry ; and was killed in the night-attack on Fort 
! Wagner, in 1862. 

9459 IV. Charles Wesley Phillips, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 2 March 
1852; a photographer; was living at Indianapolis, Ind., in Feb. 1S76, 

j unmarried. 



Chil. of Henry and FViary Ann (Boland) Stilwel 



9460 I. William Henry Stilwell, a dentist, grad. at the Dental College of 
Philadelphia, Penn.; was a soldier in the war of 1S61, and took part in 
Gen. Sherman's march to the sea; residence unknown. 

9461 II. Wallace Stilwell, was a student of music, in German)-, in Jan. 
1876. 



9462 III. Mary Anna Stilwell, was reported as living in New York City, 

in Jan. 1876. 



IV h it ) i e\ > l : a in /A ' 



Chil. of Charles Jason and Cornelia Louisa (Boland) Craves. 

9463 I I Betsey Cornelia Craves, b. at Penfield, X. Y., 1 1 Dec. 174S ; and 
I was living at Soo Eighth Street, Washington, D. C, in Jan. 1S76, unmar- 



I4OI 



3407 



ried. 



9464 II. Charles Andrew Jackson Craves, b. at Penfield, N.Y., 19 Ap. 
. 1850; and was living at Rochester, X. Y., in Jan. 1S76, unmarried! 

9465 ' III. Edwin Talcott Craves, twin, b. at Penfield, X. Y., 27 Jan. 
j 1854; and was living at Sweden, X. Y., in Jan. 1S76, unmarried.' 

9466 I IV. Emily Louisa Craves, twin, b. at Penfield, X. Y., 27 Jan. 1S54; 

and was living at Sweden, X. Y., in Jan. 1S7G, unmarried. 

9467 I V. Viletta Jane Craves, b. at Penfield, X. Y., 22 Nov. 1856. 
VI. Jason Graves, b. at Penfield, X. Y., 26 May 1S60. 



9469 
94/0 
947i 
9472 

; 9473 
9474 
9475 

' 9476 



Chil. of Myron Ticknor and Margaret (Buntain) Boland. 

I. William James Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 6 Ap. 1S4S; was living 
at Holden, Mo., in Dec. 1S75, unmarried. 

II. Augustine Elmer Boland, b. near Paris/Ill., 25 Oct. 1S49; and 
was living there, with his father, in Dec. 1875, unmarried. 

_ IIP Sarah Jane Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 30 March 1S53; and was 
; living there, with her father, in Dec. 1S75. 

IV Thomas Jefiferscn Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 9 May 1855; 
died there, S 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 Pari?, III., 3 Feb. 1861. 

VII. Charles Lincoln Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 14 June 1S65. 

VIII. Franklin Boland, b. near Paris, 111., 29 March 1S68. 



3412 



1402 


Eighth. Generation. 






Chil. of Wireman and Theoda Clarinda (Boland) Newlon. 


3414 


9477 


I. Charles Elmer N'ewlon, b. at Hunter, near Huffmansville, 111., 12 
Jan. 1852 ; and was living at Huffmansville in Jan. 1 S76, unmarried. 




9478 


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. 1S46, son 
of John and Margaret (Wolf) Xewlon. They settled at Oswego, Kansas, 
and were living there in Jan. 1876. 




9479 


III. Wireinan Baty ftewlon, b. at Prairie, 111., 10 July 1S63. 




94S0 


IV. Arabelle Newlon, b. at Prairie, 111., 12 Ap. 1S6S. 






Chil. of James Alanson and Emily Jemima (Baggerley) Boland. 


3416 


9481 


I. Benjamin Franklin Boland, b. at Hunter, 111., 22 May 1S60. 




9482 


II. Marilla Theoda Boland, b. at Hunter, 111., 24 July 1862. 




94S3 


III. Augustine David Boland, b. at Chilhowee, Mo., 22 June 1867. 




94S4 


IV. Ida Belle Boland, b. at Chilhowee, Mo., 4 March 1S70; died at 
Bogart, Mo., 10 Oct. 1872, and was buried in the Hendricks Cemetery. 




9485 


V. Edward James Boland, b. at Bogart, Mo., 2 Oct. 1S72. 






Chil. of Augustine Elmer and Charity (Calenor) Boland. 


3417 


94S6 


I. Charles David Boland, b at Hunter, seven miles east of Paris, 
111., 2S Sept. 1866. 




94s; 


II. Henley kelson Boland, b. at Hunter, 111., 6 Oct. 1S69. 




9488 


III. Orria Montla Boland, b. at Hunter, 111., 31 March 1871. 




94S9 


IV. Lueila Theoda Boland, b. at Hunter, 111., 9 Aug. 1874. 





Whitney Family 



1403 



Chil. of Walter and Sarah (Smith) Keel 



! 9490 I. William Ervin Keeler, b. at 206 Bowery, New York, 9 Aug. 
1828; died in New York, 17 Nov. 1S41, and was buried at North! 
Salem, N. Y. 



949' 



II. Cornclir. Keeler, b. at New York City, 17 Jan. 1830; married 
there, 3 Ap. 185.?, 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. 



9492 
9493 



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. 185 1, and was buried there. 

II. Lydia Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., about 1826; married 
there Moses Underhill, a clerk, son of Charles and Elizabeth (Quinby) 
Underbill, 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. 



9495 
9496 
9497 



III. Stebbins Baxter Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1S29; 
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 1S48. She 
died there, 28 March 1S74, and was buried at North Salem. He was 1 
living at 112 Waverly Place, New York, in July 1 S77. 

IV. John Wesley Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 30 May 1S32 ; a 
carpenter and joiner; lived at North Salem in July 1877, unmarried. 



V. Howard Quick, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 15 Feb. 183 
died 30 June 185 1, and was buried in North Salem Cemetery. 



a farmer; 



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. 



[699; 



342] 



1699S 



16999 



i4°4 



9500 
9501 
9502 

9503 

9504 
9505 
9506 

9307 
950s 



Eighth Generation. 



Chll. of Lewis and Esther (Keeler) Ritch. 



3422 



949S I. John Wallace Ritch, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1826; 

died there, of typhoid fever, 20 Sept. 1S4S, and was buried in North 
Salem Cemeterv. 

9499 II. Walter Ritch, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1S2S; a farmer; 

I married at North Salem, 2 July 1857, Anna Hillyer, dau. of Rev. Shailer 

Justyn and Catharine (lichenor) Hillyer, of North Salem. She was born 
\ at Orange, N.J., 11 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. 1S30; died at l 
North Salem, 21 Jan. 1S49, anc l 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. 1S48, and was buried there. 

V. Anna Maria Ritch, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 21 June 1S45 ; and 
was living there, with her mother, in July 1877, unmarried. 



Chil. of Jesse Birchard and Elizabeth (Simonson) Keeler. 



j 3424 



I. William Irving Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1846; 1700: 
a miller; married at North Salem, 29 Oct. 1873, Ada Crosby. They were 
living at New York City in July 1S77. 

II. FViary Simonson Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1S49; 
and was living there, with her father, in July 1S77, unmarried. 

III. Lydia IVIaria Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 16 May 185 1; 
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, Ceorge Kniflfen. 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 1S60; 
died at the same place, 4 July 1861, and was buried there. 

VI. Charles Everett Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 1 Feb. 1862. 



9509 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Elias and Chloe (Crosby) Brush. 



J. Lydia Maria Brush, married 



Criffiths ; and was living at 



9510 j II 
95 1 1 



9512 
95i3 



! 29 La Fayette Street, Newark, N. J., in Jan. 1876. 
— Brush, a dau. 

III. Brush, a dau. 

IV. Brush, a dau. 

V. Brush, a son. 



Chil. of Mills Phillips and Lydia Adeline (Ray) Brush. 



I4O; 



3425 



34-7 



9514 I. Mary Jane Brush, b. at Fenner, N. V., 26 Dec. 1S36; married at 17004 
i Phelps, N. Y., 24 Sept. 1S56, Philander A. Mott, a farmer, son of Philander 
I and Mary Ann (Baker) Mott, of Phelps. He was born at Chatham, N. Y., 
in March IS 29. They settled at Phelps, and were living there in Jan. I 
1876. 



9515 ! II. Eliza Ann Brush, b. at Phelps, X. Y., 26 Sept. 1S40; 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 Penheld, N. Y., where they were still living in Jan. 
[876. 



9516 



HI. Laura Maria Brush, b. at Phelps, N. Y., 3 May 1S46; 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, 
IO Sept. 1S34; married at Toledo, Ohio, iS Dec. 1865, by Rev. Charles 
W. Peckham, Methodist, to Ceorge Secor, a clerk and commercial traveller, 
son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Ketcham) Secor, of Goshen, N. Y., where he 
wets 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. 



[7008 



3429 



17010 



1406 



95 iS 



Eighth Gem Tt 1 tion . 



II. Mary Lucinda Peckham, b. in Eric Street, Maumee City, Ohio 
10 July 1S37; died there, 31 Aug. 1S44, and was buried in Springfield 
Cemetery, four miles to the west. 



95 1 9 



9520 



9521 



9522 



III. George Brush Peckham, b. in Wayne Street. Maumee City 
Ohio, 27 Feb. 1S39; died at Maumee City, 19 March 1 S44, and was buried 
in Springfield Cemetery. 

IV. Cornelia Eunice Peckham, b. in Wayne Street, Maumee City 1701 1 
Ohio, 27 July 1S45; married in the Methodist Episcopal Church at Peta- ' 
luma, Cal., 10 Sept. 1S71, by Rev. John Lewis Trefen, to Charles Henry 
Doescher, a farmer, son of Eiber and Magdalena (Schachen) Doescher, of 
Dorum, \\ urstem, Hannover, Germany, where he was born 12 Oct. 1839 

They settled at Petaluma, and were living there in Jan. 1S76. 

V. Charles Wesley Peckham, b. at Springfield, Ohio, 26 March i 7 oi-> 
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 
Iborn 29 Nov. 1S49. At the organization of Haven township, in May 
I 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 

'"' mg 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. 



3433 

L" 01 3 



9523 

9524 

9525 
9526 



II. Williard Couse Woodworth, b at Hopewell, N. Y., 15 Feb 

1844; married, 26 Dec. 1S66, Martha Frazer ; and was living at Exeter 
Neb., in Oct. 1S75. He enlisted, 14 Feb. 1S64, at Fond du Lac, Wis., in 
the 35th Reg. of \\ is. Infantry; and served till the close of the war. 

III. Mary Rosina Woodworth, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 17 Oct. 1846; 
married, 15 Dec. 1S64, Charles Theodore Haskins; and was living at 
Unity, V is., in Oct. 1S75. 

IV. Caroline Antoinette Woodworth, b. at Fond du Lac Wis 1 
Oct. 1S51 ; died at the same place, 2 Ap. 1S57, 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 



1 70 1 9 



Whitney Family, 



Child of Martin Harder and Mary Ann (Miner) Brush. 

9527 I. Ceorge 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. 

952S II. Amelia Maria Brush, b. at Phelps, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1852; was 
living at 124 South First Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in Feb. 1S76, unmarried. 

9529 III. Frank Hawks Brush, b. at Phelps, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1S54; was 
living at 124 South First Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., in Feb. 1S76, unmarried. 



9530 



9531 



9532 
j 9533 
! 9534 



Chil. of Cilbert and Emeline (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. 1S33. 
They settled in Ridgebury Society, and were still living there in Dec. 1S75. 

II. Smith Gilbert Hunt, b. at North Salem, N.Y., in 1837 ; a trader 
and miller; married at Ridgebury. Conn., 13 Sept. 1S60, 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. 1S74. 

III. Hunt, a son, died aged three months. 

IV. Hunt, a son, died on the day of birth. 

V. Hunt, a son, died on the dav of birth. 



Child of Floyd and Jane Grant (Purdy) Keeler. 

9535 I. Henry Hobart Keeler, b. at North Salem, N. Y.. 22 March 1S54; 
and was living there, with his parents, in Jul)- 1S77. 

• Mill riain has since been set off to Danbury. 



I407 



3434 



3445 
1 702 1 



3447 



I40S 



9536 



9537 



Eigh th Gen ci -a lion . 



Chll. of Henry and Ann (Keeler) Rundle. 

I. Mary Amelia Rundle, b. at North Salem, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1S39; 
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 Pundcrford,' 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. 



344'S 



17027 



95 3 S 



9539 



9540 



954i 



Child of Leonard K. and Ann (Keeler) Everett. 

III. Edward Everett, b. at Carmel, X. Y, 10 March 1853; was living 

at New York City in July 1S73, a clerk in the Mercantile Library. 



Child of Daniel and Jane (Keeler) Trowbridge. 

I. Jenny Keeler Trowbridge, b. in Crown Street, New Haven, 
Conn., 1 May 1.845; married at New Haven, 15 May 1S67, by Rev. Charles 
I Fletcher, Methodist Episcopal, to John Jarvis Matthias, a merchant, son 
' of Rev. John Jarvis and Mary Camp (Beach) Matthias, of Tarryt'own, 
N. Y. He was born at Flushing, L. I., 14 Ian. 1S43; qrad. at the Uni- 
versity of the City of New York in 1S62, and at the Sheffield Scientific 
School, Yale College, in i860. 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., 2S May 1846; died 
1 19 June 1S46, and was buried in the Logansport Cemetery. 

II. John Dowling Keeler, b. at Madison Dock, Ohio, 9 Dec. 1S49; 
J grad. at U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., 7 June 1S70; was detailed, 
1 in 1 87 1, for special service in surveying the route for a ship-canal through 

Nicaragua, being chief of the hydrographic party, till relieved in Jan. 1S72; 
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 



5448 



3449 



f- 



// hitney Family 



1409 



Cuba; after which it joined the fleet oft" 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. 



9542 



9543 



9544 



9545 



III. Catharine Feneion Keeler, b. at Madison Dock, Ohio, 13 Dec. ! 
1S51; died at Cleveland, Ohio, 3 Aug. 1852, and was buried in the West 
Side Cemetery. 

IV. Georgo Hiram Keeler, b. in Ann Street, Cleveland, Ohio, 2c 
Ap. 1855 ; died 26 Aug. 1855, and was buried in the West Side Cemetery, 
Cleveland. 



Child of Abel Bingham and Jane Lobdell (Keeler) Murch. | 345/ 

I. Mary Jane F^urch, b. at Cazenovia, X. V., 23 Aug. 1849; died at 
Unionville, Ohio, about 30 Dec. 1S52, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Oliver Ellsworth and Eliza (Woodruff) Wolcott. j 346S 

I. Lorilla Wolcott, b. near Geneseo, N. Y., 30 Dec. 1S27 ; married at 
Howell, Mich., Peter Kanouse. They were living at Byron, Mich., in 
Ap. 1877. 



9546 I II. Oliver Cromwell Wolcott, b. near Geneseo, N.Y., 24 Dec. 1S29; 
j a boat-builder; married at Mott's Corners, N.Y., 14 Jan. 185 I, Esther Maria 

Redner, born in Hector, N. V., 16 Feb. 1S32, dau. of Freeman and Eliza- 
beth (Bowen) Redner. They settled at Syracuse, N. Y.; and he was living 
there in Ap. 1S77, having been divorced from her 13 May 1 S74. 

9547 ; III. Eliza Wolcott, b. near Geneseo, N. V., 14 March 1S31; died at 

the same place, 31 July 1S34, and was buried there. 

9548 : IV. Laura Baker Wolcott, b. near Geneseo, N. Y, 17 Aug. 1S33 ; 
married at Byron, Mich., Ceorge Botsford; and was living at Byron in Ap. 
1877. He served in the war of 1S61, 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. 



-031 



1410 



Eighth Generation. 



9550 VI. Mary Electa Wolcott, b. at Byron, Mich., iS Nov. 1S41; mar- 

ried there Nowton Kirk; and \va s living at Hartland, Mich., in Ap. 1S77. 



95 5i 



9556 
9557 

9558 
9559 



9560 



Chil. of Samuel Smedley and Polly Caroline (Woodruff) Denison. 

I. Caroline Eliza Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1831; 
married, 23 May 1SG1, James T. Magee, of Tidioute, Penn.; present resi- 
dence unhnou'ii. 



3469 



II. Mary Adeline Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1S33; 
died at Decatur, Mich., iS May 1872, and was buried there. 



married, 30 May 1S66, Theodore Tyrer, of Buffalo, N. Y, 

IV. Daniel Ahira Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1S37 
married, 14 Oct. 1S67, Mary E. Brierly. 



9552 

9553 In - i Sara A h r Permelia Denison, b. at Geneseo, X. Y., 6 July 1835 

9554 

9555 



V. Harriet Melinda Denison, b. at Geneseo, N. Y., 30 Aug. 1839; 
married, 19 Sept. 1S61, Mitchol S. Elair, 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. 1S4}; 
married, 12 Aug. 1865, Lucy R. Boyden, of Dunkirk, N. Y. 

VIII. Ellen Sophia Denison, b. at Forestville, X. Y., 2 June 1S46. 

IX. Charles Asa Denison, b. at Forestville, X. Y, 20 May 1848. 



95' '1 



Chil. of Elihu Howell and Sarah Amanda (Woodruff) Noyes. 

I. Grace Delia Noyes, b. at Cortlandville, X. Y., 10 May 1837; and 

j was living with her uncle, John Ansel Woodruff, at Ithaca, X. Y., in Oct. 

J 1875, unmarried. 

! 

11 Noyes, a dau., b. at Cortlandville, X. Y, in March 1S41 ; 

died when a few days old, a few days before the death of her mother; and 

was buried in Cortland Rural Cemetery. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of George Anson and Olivia (Boys) Woodruff. 



I4II 



956- 



9563 



95C4 



95'': 



9566 



9567 



9568 



I. Theodore Adalbert Woodruff, b. at Ithaca, N. V., 14 July 1841; \ 
married at Bloomington, 111., 25 Feb. 1 864, Julia Stewart Bushnell, dau. 
of Alonzo Lewis and Sarah (Stewart) Bushnell, of Bloomington. She was 
born at Dryden, N. Y., 1 Sept. 1S44. They dwelt at Chicago till Ap. 
1S75, then went to Bloomington, and were living there in Oct. 1S75. He 
was then ticket-agent of the C. and N. \V. Railroad, at the Wells Street 
Station, Chicago. 

II. William Slenry Woodruff, twin, b. at Ithaca, N. Y., 10 Nov. 
1848; a tailor; married at Trumansburgh, N. Y., 23 May 1 872, by Rev. 
O. H. Seymour, Presbyterian, to Cornelia Roe, dau. of David and Polly 
(Bardwelf) 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, X. Y., 10 Nov. 
1848; a clock-maker; married at Dryden, N. V., 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 1S71, 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. 1847. They settled on the lake-shore at North Hector, and were 
living there in Aug. 1875. 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. 1S55, and was buried in Cortland Rural Cemetery. 

II. Frank Rollo Woodruff, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., 5 July 
1856. 



3472 

703: 



3473 
17035 



3474 



i4i 



High th C tc m era tio n . 



9569 ; III. Henry Hewitt Woodru.7, b. at Cortland Village, N. Y., iS Feb. 
[861. 



9571 



9574 



9575 



9577 



Child of James A. and Henrietta (Woodruff) Lockhart. 

living at Angelica, X. Y., in 



3475 



9570 I. Henry Lockhart, a merchan 

July 1875. 



Chil. of Ceorgo Washington and Polly (White) Eldredge. 

I. George Henry Eldredge, b. at Homer, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1833 ; died 
at Mottville, N.Y., 2j Jan. 1837, and was buried there. 

II. Mary Jane Eldredge, b. at Homer, N. Y., 30 June 1835; died at 
• Homer, 28 June 185^, and was buried there. 

J 

III. Edward Smith Eldredge, b. at Homer. NY., 13 Ap. 1845; a 
I carpenter; married, at Yankton, Dakota, 23 Aug. 1874, Jeannette Jordan, 

J widow of Kane, of Wisconsin. They were living at Yankton in 

i Jan. 1875. He enlisted in Aug. 1861, in Co. H, 157th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. 
I Infantry ; and, after one year of service, was discharged for disability. 

IV. Harriet Maria Eldredge, b. at Cazenovia, N.Y., 29 March 1S4S; 
I married at Homer, N. Y., 5 May 1S67, Adalbert Criffln, a blacksmith, son 

I 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., iS Jan. 1854; and 
was living there in Jan. 1875, unmarried. 



17037 



Chil. of William and Sarah Lucinda (Cooper) White. 

9576 I. Mary Jane White, b. at South Canaan, Conn., 18 July 1S46; mar- 

ried, 30 Oct. 1866, Charles Willard Chaffee, a soldier in the war of iS6i, 
I son of Charles and Lovisa (Thompson) Chaffee. They were living at 
Melrose, Wis., in Aug. 1S75. 



.5470 



II. William White, b. at South Canaan, Conn., 6 March 1849; died 
at Melrose, Wis., 24 Dec. 1S65, and was buried there. 





Whitney Family. 


•4 1 3 




Chil. of John and Mary Upham (Wilson) White. 


3480 


9578 


I. John Starr White, b. at Homer, N. Y., 4 May 1859. 




9579 


II. Mary Ella White, b. at Homer, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1861. 






Child of James Porter and Harriet (White) Bentley. 


3481 


95*o 


I. Alice Florine Bentley, b. at Homer, NY., 14 Feb. 1851; and 
was living with her mother, unmarried, at 6 Eld Street, New Haven, Conn., 
in July 1875. 






Chil. of Charles Sands and Rebecca Theresa (Calkin) White. 


3486 


95 Si 


I. Mary Louise White, b. at Sharon, Conn., 10 Ap. 1851 ; and was 

living with her parents in Nov. 1S75, unmarried. 




9582 


II. Anna Theresa White, b. at Sharon, Conn., 1 Sept. 1853 ; died 
at Sharon, 1 Ap. 1854, and was buried there. 






Chil. of Chauncey Lambert and Temperanco Beecher (V/oodward) 
White. 


3487 


9583 


I. Frank Beecher White, twin, b. at Sharon, Conn., 7 Sept. 1856. 




9584 


II. Frances Lambert White, twin, b. at Sharon, Conn., 7 Sept. 
1856. 




9585 


III. Mary Alice White, b. at Northeast, X. Y., 31 Jan. 1S63. 




9586 


IV. Caroline Coleman White, b. at Dover, Del., 1 Oct. 186S. 






Chil. of Charles Henry and Lois Martha (White) Shears. 


34S8 


9587 


I. George Peaslee Shears, b. 15 Jan. 1S60. 







Whitney Family. 


HIS 




Chil. of John and Mary Upham (Wilson) White. 


3480 


9578 


I. John Starr White, b. at Homer, N. V., 4 May 1859. 




9579 


II. Mary Ella White, b. at Homer, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1S61. 






Child of James Porter and Harriet (White) Bentloy. 


348i 


95So 


I. Alice Florine Bentlcy, b. at Homer, NY., 14 Feb. 1851; and 
was living with her mother, unmarried, at 6 Eld Street, New Haven, Conn., 
in July 1875. 






Chil. of Charles Sands and Rebecca Theresa (Calkin) White. 


34S6 


958. 


I. Mary Louise White, b. at Sharon. Conn., 10 Ap. 1851; and was 
living with her parents in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 




9582 


II. Anna Theresa White, b. at Sharon, Conn., 1 Sept. 1853 ; died 
at Sharon, 1 Ap. 1854, and was buried there. 






Chil. of Chauncey Lambert and Temperanco Beecher (Woodward) 
White. 


3487 


9583 


I. Frank Beecher White, twin, b. at Sharon, Conn., 7 Sept. 1856. 




9584 


II. Frances Lambert White, twin, b. at Sharon, Conn., 7 Sept. 
1856. 




9585 


III. Mary Alice White, b. at Northeast, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1863. 




9586 


IV. Caroline Coleman White, b. at Dover, Del., 1 Oct. 186S. 






Chil. of Charles Henry and Lois Martha (White) Shears. 


34SS 


95 s; 


I. George Peaslee Shears, b. 15 Jan. i860. 





1414 


Eighth Gcnci'ation. 




95S8 


II. Elizabeth Augusta Shears, b. 11 Sept 1861. 




9589 


III. Flora Bell Shears, b. 16 June 1864. 




95 9° 


IV. Edith Estelle Shears, b 19 Feb. 1866. 




9591 


V. Anna Frances Shears, b 14 July 1S6S. 






Chil. of Herman and Julia Ann (Keeler) Smith. 


3490 


9592 


I. Lewis Keeler Smith, b. at Fenner, N. Y , 24 Feb. 1S40; and was 
living at Sun Prairie, Wis., in Oct. 1S75, unmarried. 




9593 


II. Horace Smith, b. at Fenner, X. Y., 4 June 1S43 i died at Fenner, 
13 Feb. 1846, and was buried there. 




9594 


III. Orson Herman Smith, b. at Fenner, X. Y., 27 Ap. 1845; and 
was living at Sun Prairie, Wis., in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 






Child of Abram C. and Elvira (Keeler) Lansing. 


349i 


9595 


I. Scott Wendell Lansing, b. 7 Dec. 1S44; died 14 Aug. 1S47. 






Child of Karvey Lothrop and Laura Ette (Allen) Keeler. 


3-192 


9596 


I. Keeler, a dau., married Paul May. 






Child of Horace Bishop and Adeline (Haight) Keeler. 


3493 


9597 


I. Clarence Herbert Keeler, b. at Fenner, N.Y., 20 Dec. 1S4S; and 
was living at Hamilton, N. Y., in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 






Chil. of Walter Lewis and Leona (Woodworth) Keeler. 


3494 


9598 


I. Genevieve Leona Keeler, b. at Fenner, X. Y., 28 June 1852; 
married at Syracuse, X. Y., 18 Ap. 1S74. by Rev. George B. Stocking, 





Whitney Family. 



Universalist, to Wendell Lansing Avery, son of Robert and Augusta 
(Lansing) Avery, of Perryville, X. Y., where he was born 23 Sept. 1850. 

i They were living at Perryville in Dec. 1S75 ; and he was then a student of 

' medicine in the University of the City of New York. 

II. Ceorge Clayton Keeler, b at Fenner, N. Y., 10 Dec. 1S56. 

III. Mary Frances Keeler, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 10 Ap. i860. 



Chil. of Elmer Joel and Electa (Fargo) Marshall. 

I. John Francis Marshall, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 13 Oct. 185S. 

II. Robert Ellsworth Marshall, b. at Fenner, N.Y., 30 March 1861. 

III. Kilon Thomas Marshall, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1S63. 

IV. Alice Renia Marshall, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 4 May 1866. 

V. William Marshall, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 23 March 1S71. 

VI. Stanton Marshall, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 27 Feb. 1875. 



1415 



Chil. of Daniel Townsend and Maria Jane (Marshall) Pinckney. 

I. Elizabeth Pinckney, b. at Aurelius, N.Y., 10 Jan. 1845; was living 
at Westbury, X. Y., in Dec. 1875, unmarried. 

II. Phebette Pinckney, b. at Victory, X. Y., iS May 1847; and wa * 
living there in Dec. 1875, unmarried. 

III. Ceorge Washington Pinckney, b. at Victory, X. Y., 26 
March 1849; a farmer; married at Conquest, X. Y., 11 Nov. 1875, by 
Rev. Mr. Swift, Methodist, to Harriet Lusevia Caswell, dau, of Samuel and 
Cynthia (Tripp) Caswell, of Spring Lake, in Conquest, X. Y., where she 
was born 13 Feb. 1858. They were living at Westbury, X. Y., in Dec. 
1875. 

IV. John Marshall Pinckney, b. at Victory, X. Y., 18 Ap. 1851; 
and was living there in Dec. 1875, unmarried. He was educated at 
Syracuse Commercial College, and is a teacher. 



3497 



349S 



14 1 6 



EigJi tJi ( icuci u Hon . 



9611 V. Esther Louisa Pinckney, b. at Victory, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1854; 
married there, 1 Jan. 1874, by Rev. Mr. Meeker, Methodist Episcopal, to 
William Searies, a miller, sun of Noyes Nchemiah and Mary (Thompson) 
Searles, of Westbury, N. Y., where he was born 3 June 1853. They were 
living at Troopsville, N. Y., in Dec. 1875. 

9612 VI. Ida Amelia Pinckney, b. at Victory, X. Y., 10 March 1S57; 
died at Victor}-, 22 May 1 S75, and was buried at Victory Village. 

9613 VII. William Pinckney, b. at Victory, N.Y., 10 March 1S61; died at 
Victory, 26 Feb. 1868, and was buried at Victory Village. 



9614 
9615 
9616 
9617 

9618 



Chil. of Nolton and Emily (Marshall) Barber 

I. Myron Almont Barber, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 
living at Rockforcl, 111., in Dec. 1875, unmarried. 



3500 



Ap. 1850; was 



II. Louisa rV5aria Barber, b. at Fenner, N. Y., 14 June 1853; was 
living at Rockford, 111., in Dec. 1S75, unmarried. 

III. Emory Marshall Barber, b. at Fenner, X. Y., 24 Jan. 1852; 

died there, 6 Feb. 1852, and was buried at Chittenango Falls, N. Y. 

IV. Ada Isabel Barber, b. at Rockford, 111., 21 July 1S5S; and was 
living there in Dec. 1875. 



Child of Dclos Ambrose and Louisa Alcha (Marshall) Sears. 



350I 



I. Emma Delight Sears, b. at Lima, VVi 
living at Rockford, 111., in Jan. 1876. 



4 June 1S53; and was 



Chil. of Nelson Daniel and Ruth Ann (Brackett) Morehouse. 35 II 

9619 I. Frances Sylvania Morehouse, b. at Greenfield, X. Y., 14 Jan. 
1839; was living at Saratoga Springs, X.Y., in Aug. 1S75, unmarried. 

9620 II. Daniel flay Morehouse, b. at Greenfield, X. Y., 28 Oct. 1843 ; 17039 
a manufacturer of paper; married at her father's house, 14 Sept. 1864 

Alice Susan Eggleston, dau. of Cyrus and Diana (Griffin) Eggleston, of 



Whitney Familv. 



1417 



Corinth, N. Y., where she was born 26 May 1845. lie died at Greenwich, 
N. Y., 12 Sept. 1S72, and was buried in Ballou Cemetery, Greenfield. She 
was living with his father, at Greenfield Centre, N. Y., in Aug. 1S75. 

9621 III. Henry Doolittle Morehouse, b. at Greenfield, N. Y., 17 Jan. 

1 851; died at Greenfield, 21 Jan. 1S52, and was buried there, in Ballou 
Cemetery. 

9622 IV. Reuben Doolittle Morehouse, b. at Greenfield, N. Y., 22 Feb. 
1852 ; a farmer; was living at Saratoga Springs, X. Y., in Aug. 1875, un- 
married. 



Child of Joseph End Eliza (Morehouse) Bartlett. 

9623 I. Fanny Bartlett, b. at Greenfield, N. Y., 20 Nov. 1854; was livim 
with her parents, at Greenwich, X. Y., in Aug. 1S75, unmarried. 



Child of Christopher and Mary Keeler (Morehouse) Hewett. 

I- Hewett, not named, b. at Greenfield, X. V., iS Dec. 1852: 

ied 25 Dec. 1852, and was buried at Greenfield Centre. 



9G24 

d 



Chil. of Lorenzo and Sarah P/iaria (Westcot) Kelly. 

9625 I. Howard Lorenzo Kelly, b. at Ballston Spa, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1S42 ; 
a book-keeper; married at Penn Yan, X. Y., 6 Dec. 1865! Frances Adele 
McAllaster, only child of Ezekiel Page and Sarah (Banks) McAllaster, of 
Penn Yan, formerly of Millport, X. Y.. where she was born 6 Dec. 1S47. 
They settled at Rochester, N. Y., and were living there in Ian. 1S76. He 
entered the Union army, iS Ap. 1S65, as second-lieut., Batten- B, nth 
Reg., N. Y. Heavy Artillery ; and was discharged for physical disability, 9 
July 1S64, as first-licut, Battery K, 4th Reg., N. Y. Heavy Artillery, 
having taken part in the battles of Gettysburgh, The Wilderness, Spottsyl- 
vania, Cold Harbor, and Petersburgh. 

9626 II. James Henry Kelly, b. at Ballston Spa, N. Y., 10 Oct. 1844; a ? 



3513 



3SIS 

17040 



141S 



Eighth Generation. 



book-keeper; grad. at Rochester University in July 1 864; married at 
Rochester, N. Y., 2 Nov. 1S71, Mary Delano Breck, eldest dau. of Martin 
Burr and Susan Emmons (Watts) Breck, of Rochester, where she was born 
21 July 1845. They settled at Rochester, and were living there in Jan. 
1 8 76. 



9627 III. Mary Westcot Kelly, b. at 41 Sophia Street, Rochester, N. Y., 

2 May 1S51; married at Rochester, 20 Jan. 1S75, Parkhurst Whitney 
Jerauld, of Niagara Falls, N. Y., a farmer and hotel-keeper, son of Dexter 
Ray and Angeline Parkhurst (Whitney) Jerauld, ' of Niagara Falls, where 
he was born 5 Aug. 1840. They were living at Niagara Falls in Feb. 
1876. 

9G2S . IV. John Edward Kelly, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 19 July 1S57 ; and 
was living there in Jan. 1S76. 



9629 

9630 
9<33l 



Chil. of Philip Melanchthon and Anna (Ludlow) Doolittle. 

I. Catharine Skillman Doolittle, b. at North Branch, N.J., 23 Jan. 
185S; died at North Branch, 10 Nov. 1874, and was buried there. 

II. Mary Ludlow Doolittle, b. at North Branch, N. J., 16 Dec. 1S5S. 

III. Susan Rapelye Doolittle, b. at North Branch, N. J., 1 July 
1865. 

'Ancestry of Parkhurst Whitney Jerauld. 

John Whitney, came to \. F. in the Elizabeth and Ann in 1635, and settl. at Water- = Elinor . first wife; 

tow;i, Ma«.; freem 3 March 1035-6: constable, 1641 ; selectman, 1618-55 ; town-clerk, | died rt May 1659, 

1655: d. 1 June 1673, aged 74. I aged 54. 



J 



ind Elinor It It, 

j 



d. 1755. SeeWhitne 



Whitney Family 



Chll. of David and Maria (Schuylor) Inghar 

9632 I. Willard Ingham. 

9633 II. Ingham, a dau. 

9634 III. Ingham, a dau. 

9635 IV. Ingham, a dau. 



9636 
9637 

9638 

9639 
9640 

9641 

; 9642 
9643 
9644 



Chil. of Harvey H. and Mary Ann (Steward) Ingham. 

I. Stephen Amhler Ingham, b. in Herkimer Co., N. Y., 22 Feb. 

| 1834; died at the same place, 26 May 1S3S, and was buried there. 

II. William Sheldon Ingham, b. in Herkimer Co., X. Y., 26 Dec. 
1 8 S 55 married, 10 Jan. i860, H. J. Brobson ; and was living at Geneva 
Lake, Wis., in Jan. 1876. 

HI. Harvey Steward Ingham, b. in Herkimer Co., N, Y., 10 Feb. 
11838; married, 2}, March 1863, Sarah T. Cibson ; and was living at 
I Waverly, Iowa, in Jan. 1S76. 

IV. Irena Ingham, b. in Herkimer Co., N.Y., 18 May 1840; married, 
j 28 Aug. 1S60, C. O. Brown. 

V. Silas Ambler Ingham, b. in Herkimer Co., N. Y., 21 July 1842; 
a soldier in the war of 1861; married, 8 Oct. 1865, Ruth Burle; and was 

j living at New Tabor, Kansas, in Jan. 1S76. 

VI. Hamilton Ingham, b. in Walworth Co., Wis., 5 Aug. 1844; a 
soldier in the war of 1S61; died at Nashville, Term., 7 May 1S63, and was 

i buried there. 

VII. Charles Herbert Ingham, b. in Walworth Co., Wis., 14 March 
1S48. 

VIII. Harold Ernest Ingham, b. in Walworth Co., Wis., 3 Feb. 
1S51; married, 3 July 1874, Rhoda Mapes. 

IX. Orrin David Ingham, b. in Walworth Co., Wis., 21 Nov. 1853; 
died at the same place, 6 Feb. 1863, and was buried there. 



: 1420 


Eighth Generation. 




9645 


X Theodore Elmer Ingham, b. in Walworth Co., Wis., 18 March 
1S56; grad. at Chicago University. 




9646 . 


XI. May Adeline Ingham, b. in Walworth Co., Wis., 29 Dec. 1859. 




I 


Chll. of Silas Ambler and Elizabeth (McLean) Ingham. 


3535 


9647 


I. Daniel Hector Ingham, b. at Manheim, X. Y., 12 July 1S47; an 
accountant; was living at Little Falls, X.Y., in Nov. 1S75, unmarried. 




9 6 4 S 


II. Stephen Ambler Ingham, b. at Manheim, X. Y., 23 May 1S49; 
grad. at Albany Medical College, in 1S71; was living with his parents, 
unmarried, and practising medicine with his father, at Little Falls, X. Y., 
in Nov. 1875. 




9649 


III. Adelaide Mary Ingham, b. at Little Falls, X.Y., 20 Nov. 1852; 
married Francis Ac/am Feeler, of the same place, a dealer in flour and 
feed. They were living at the corner of Mary and Gansevoort Streets, 
Little Falls, in Nov. 1876. 






Chil. of Charles F. and Angeline (Ingham) Stewart. 


3536 


9650 


I. Jenny Stewart, b. at Richmond, 111., in June 184S. 




9651 


II. Fanny Stewart, b. at Richmond, 111., in Sept. 1850. 






Chil. of Loretto William and Huldah Ann (Ingham) Fuller. 


3542 


9652 


I. Willard Judson Fuller, b. at Lynn, Wis., 31 July 1S50; and was 
living there in Aug. 1S76, unmarried. 




9653 


II. Henry Edgar Fuller, b. at Geneva, Wis., 12 March 1852; and was 
living at Lynn, Wis., in Aug. 1876, unmarried. 




9654 


III. Albert Wayiand Fuller, b. at Lynn, Wis., 19 July 1854. 




9655 


IV. Rowland Jay Fuller, b. at Lynn, Wis., 26 Oct. 1S56. 




9656 


V. Sarah Adele Fuller, b. at Lynn, Wis., 8 Nov. 185S. 





9657 
965 S 

! 9659 



9660 



Whitney Family. 



VI. Harriet Fuller, b. at Lynn, Wis., 1 1 Sept. 1S60. 

VII. William Harvey Fuller, b at Lynn, Wis., 23 July 1S6; 

VIII. Anna Louise Fuller, b. at Lynn, Wis., 26 May 1869. 



I42 I 



Child of Ira and Aner (Catos) Keeler. 3545 

I. Clark Keeler, b. at Ridgebury, in Ridgefield, Conn., 7 May 1833; 17044 
a farmer; married at Southeast, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1855, Sarah Elizabeth Reed, 
who was born at Southeast, 1 Oct. 1828, dau. of Moses and Amelia (Brush) 
Reed. They settled on the farm with his father, in Ridgebury, and were 
living there in July 1873. 



Chll. of William Criffin and Phebe (Keeler) Webb. 

9661 ' I. Francis William Webb, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 24 Jan. 1840; 
ja carpenter; married at Mianus, Conn., 8 Sept. 1862, Emeline Worden, 

dau. of Andrew and Amanda (Timpuny) Worden, of Mianus, where she 
was born in 1S44. She died in Jan. 1865. He married (2d), 12 Sept. 

i 1867, at New Canaan, Alice Avery, born in Iowa, 12 Nov. 1842, dau. of; 

; Marcus Stewart and Hannah (Benedict) Avery. They settled at New 

I Canaan, where she was living in May 1877. He died at New Canaan, 16 
Feb. 1871, and was buried there. 

! 

9662 II. Eugene Pelton Webb, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 22 July 1S43 ; 
I died at New Canaan, 16 Nov. 1862, and was buried there. 

i 

9663 III. Phebe Elizabeth Webb, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 27 Aug. 
1845 ; died at New Canaan, 28 Oct. 1867, and was buried there. 

\ 9664 IV. George Gardner Webb, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 25 May 
1848; a book-keeper; married at New Canaan, 22 Nov. 187 1, Josephine 
Hoyt, dau. of Noah Wilcox and Cornelia (Bennct) Hoyt, of New Canaan. 
She was born in New York City, 15 Oct. 1843; and was living there in 
I May 1877. He died without children, 19 March 1872, at New Canaan, 
and was buried there. 

I 9665 ! V. Charles Edward Webb, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 3 Jan. 1857; 
and was living there in May 1877. 

; 9666 ; VI. James Henry Webb, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 18 March 1S55 ; 
, and was living there in May 1S77. 



354S 
17045 



422 



966; 

9663 

9669 



96;o 



9671 



9672 



Rig-kt/i Generation. 



Chil. of Samuel and Rebecca Ann (Koeler) Bouton. 

I. William Bouton, b. at New Canaan, Conn., \6 March 1843; mar- 
; ried there, in March 1865, by Rev. Benjamin Lincoln Swan, Congrega- 
tional, to Sarah Jane Stevens, of Darien, Conn.; and was living at Osborn, 

.. Mo., in May 1S77. 

II. Charles Henry Bouton, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 26 Jan. 1845; 
J and was living at VVinstonville, Mo., in May 1877, unmarried. 

III. Ruth Ann Bouton, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 14 Feb. 1S47; 
died at New Canaan, 10 Oct. 1S60, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Lemuel and Clarissa (Tanner) Smith. 



S355 1 
13549 



5553 



I. Sarah Sophia Smith, b. at 1'ortageville, N. Y., 28 March 1 82:9 ; 17047 
married at Portville, N. V., 25 July 1850, Ambrew David Rice, a druggist, 

son of Luman and Polly (Carpenter) Rice, of Portville. He was born at 
Olean, N. V., 11 Feb. 1820. They settled at Portville, and were living 
there in May 1876. He was then postmaster of that place. 

II. Hiram Bangs Smith, b. at Portageville, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1S31; a 
farmer and lumberman; married at Portville, N. Y., 13 June 1837, Charlotte 
Maria Percival, dau. of Jabez and Anna (Burnham) Percival, of the same 
place. She was born at Albany, N. Y., 13 Aug. 1833. They settled at, 
Portville, and were living there in May 1876. 



III. Jane Eliza Smith, b. at Portville, N. Y., 7 Ap. 1835; married 
there, 11 June 1856, Eugene DeWitt Puggles, a farmer, born at Colesville, 
N. Y., 5 Nov. 1S30, son of Gerry and Almira (Humaston) Ruggles, of 
Portville. They dwelt at Ripon, Wis., for twelve years ; and then settled 
at Charles City, Iowa, where they were still living in May 1876, members 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 



"C-57 



9673 l IV. Emeline Maria Smith, b. at Portville, N. Y., iS Aug. 1843; 
I married there, 2 1 Dec. 1864, John McCraw, a dealer in lumber, son of 
I Joseph and Sarah Ann (Clement) McGraw, of Dryden, N. Y., where he 
j was born 6 Feb. 1837. They dwelt at New Hudson, N. Y., till 1865; then 
j settled at Rochester, N. Y., and were living there in June 1876. He was 
then a member of the Common Council of the city. 



IV hit ii cv Family 



Chil. of Alanson and Mary (Mackey) Bangs. 

9674 I. Joseph Milton Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 16 Nov. 1827; died 
there, 18 Jan. 1832, and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery. 

9675 ' II. Betsey Jane Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 11 Oct. 1829; married 
j there, 21 Aug. 1850, at her father's house, by Rev. Francis Burritt Bangs, 

Methodist Episcopal, to George Washington Haight, of Raisin; and was 
: living at Jackson, Mich., in March 1876. 



9675, III. Urion Fletcher Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 2 

there, 24 Jan. 1852, and was buried in Tecumseh Cemete 



1831; died 



9676 



9677 



IV. Huldah Maria Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 31 Aug. 1834; 
married in the same house, 31 May 1 859, by her uncle, Rev. Francis 
Burritt Bangs, Methodist Episcopal, to Edward Lovegrove Russell, a 
farmer, son of Asa and Lydia (Lovegrove) Russell, of Macon, Mich. He 
was born at Plainfield, Conn., 9 June 1S3 1. They dwelt in Crooked Creek 
Precinct, now the town of Brookside, five miles from Centralia, 111., till 1 
Jan. 1863; at Macon, Mich., a part of the year 1863; then returned to 
Raisin, settled in the house where she was born, two and a half miles 
south-west of Tecumseh, and were living there in March 1S76. 

V. Hannah Jeannette Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 3 May 1S36; 
and died there, 12 March 1S37. 



9678 VI. Alanson Burr Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 23 Oct. 1838; a 
farmer; married at Tecumseh, Mich., in the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
11 May 1866, by the pastor, Rev. John H. Burnham, to Almeida Melissa 
Coller, born at Raisin, 9 May 1846, dan. of Thomas and Margaret (Hen- 
dershott) Coller. Thev settled at Raisin, and were living there in Ap 
1876. 

9G79 VII. John Fletcher Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 4 May 1840; died 
there, S Aug. 1842, and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery. 

96S0 VIII. Mary Ellen Bangs, b. at Rai>in, Mich., 14 Nov. 1843; d; ed 
there, 2"/ Oct. 1S50, and was buried in Tecumseh Cemeterv. 



i/.Xl 



Chil. of Isaac and Hannah (Lee) Bangs. 

I. Eliza Jane Bangs, b. at Stamford, N. Y., 3 Nov. 1S26; died 4 
Nov. 1826, and was buried at Stamford. 



1423 

355C 



■063 



1706S 



3557 



I 4 2 4 



Eighth Generation. 



9682 

96S3 
96S4 
9685 

9686 
9687 

96SS 



II. Levi Silliman Bangs, b. at Tecumseh, Mich., 1 Sept. 1828; died 
at Tecumseh, 17 Sept. 1828, and was buried there. 

III. Daniel Lee Bangs, b. at Tecumseh, Mich., 30 Nov. 1829; and 
was living in California in March 1876. 

IV. Huldah Maria Bangs, b. at Tecumseh, Mich., 3 Aug. 1S31; 
died at Tecumseh, 27 Aug. 1831, and was buried there. 

V. Isaac Fletcher Bangs, b. at Rome, Mich., 24 Feb. 1834; and 
was living at Belleville, Mich., in 1S76. 



Chil. of John and Betsey (Crant) Bangs. 

I. Julia Augusta Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 27 Ap. 1835; died 
there, 30 March 1837, and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery. 

II. Harriet Augusta Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 22 July 1S37; 
married there, 6 Ap. 1858, John Wier Criswold, a farmer, son of Thomas 
and Betsey (Wier) Griswold, of Southport, X. Y. He was born at Tecum- 
seh, Mich., 22 July 1834. They dwelt at Tecumseh till 1865 ; at Franklin, 
Mich., till 1SG6; at Manchester, Mich., till 1S67; at Pontiac, Mich., till 
1S6S ; and then settled at London, Mich., where they were still living in 
Ap. 1S76. 

III. William Henry Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 23 Jan. 1840; mar- 
. ried at Muskegon, Mich., 21 June 1S69, Miriam Dorman, dau. of John 
' and Susanna (Rosser) Dorman, of Muskegon. She was born at London, 

C. W., in 1849, and died at Tecumseh, Mich. He married (2d), 19 Oct. 
1871, at Waverly, Ohio, Mandana Puffer, dau. of Horace and Calista Ann 
(Stratton) Puffer, of Waverly, where she was born 12 Aug. 1S45. He 
dwelt at Muskegon for three years ; at Tecumseh, three years; then settled 
at Stevens Point, Wis., and was living there in Ap. 1S76. 

9689 ' IV. Charles Wesley Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 11 Feb. 1842; 
; enlisted at Tecumseh, Mich., 6 Aug. 1862, in Co. E, 1 8th Reg., Mich. Vol. 
I Infantry; died at Lexington, Kv., 24 Nov. 1S62, and was buried there. 

I 

9690 I V. Clara Rosalia Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 1 Oct. 1S44; was 

living with her mother, at Tecumseh, Mich., in Feb. 1876, unmarried. 

9691 VI. Francis Augustus Bangs, b. at Ra^in, Mich., 10 May 1847; a 
j cooper; married at Adrian, Mich., I Dec. 1868, Mary Elizabeth Ameigh, 



Whitney Family. 1425 

dau. of John Edwin and Mary (Hunt) Ameigh, of Adrian, where she was 
born 3 Ap. 1851. She died 20 Ap. 1875, and was buried in Oakwood 
I Cemeteiy, Adrian. He was living at Tecumseh, Mich., in March 1876. 

9692 VII. Mary Josephine Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich, 12 May 1851; 
married there, 14 March 1872, by her uncle, Rev. Francis Rurritt Bangs,. 
Methodist, to Michael Smeltzer, a farmer, son of Arnold and Maria (Neal) 
Smeltzer, of Raisin. He was born at Macon, Mich., 5 Feb. 1843. They 

: settled at Tecumseh, Mich., and were living there in Feb. 1876. 

9693 VIII. George Freeman Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 16 July 1S54; 
was living at Stevens' Point, Wis., in Feb. 1876, unmarried. 

9694 IX. John Russel Bangs, b. at Raisin, Mich., 29 Feb. i860 ; died 
there, 24 Jan. 1 861, and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery. 



Chil. of Lemuel Smith and Esther Serr.antha (Koote) Bangs. 3559 

9695 I. Joseph Milton Bangs, b. at Sharon, Mich., 10 Aug. 1S37; married 17075 
at College Springs, Iowa, 2 June 1862, Christiana Webster; and was living ■ 

at College Springs in March 1873. 

- 

9696 II. James Heman Bangs, b. at North Adams, Mich., 23 June 1840; ! 17077 
a farmer; married at Clarinda, Iowa, 2^ Now 1S65, by Rev. Thomas 
Wallace, Methodist Episcopal, to Mira Jane Feltch, dau. of Cyrus Brackett 

and Malvina Jane (Turner) Feltch, of Lisbon, Me., where she was born 26 
July 1 841. They settled at College Springs, Iowa, and were living there 
in Ap. 1S76. hie dwelt at Tecumseh, Mich., from July 1852 till Nov. 
1857; in Page County, Iowa, till 17 July 1861; and then enlisted, at 
Omaha, Neb., in Co. I, 1st Reg., Nebraska Volunteers. He took part in ' 
the battles of Fort Donelson, Tenn., 14 and 15 Feb. 1S62; Pittsburgh; 
Landing, Tenn., 7 and S Ap. 1862; Cape Girardeau, Mo., 26 Ap. 1863; 1 
Chalk Bluff, Mo., 1 May 1S63; and Jacksonport, Ark., 19 Ap. 1864; and' 
was discharged at Fort Kearney, as sergeant, 6 Nov. 1S65. He was one of 
j six who were mentioned, in terms of high praise, by Brig. Gen. Robert 
Mitchell, commanding the district of Nebraska, in a general order dated at 
Omaha City, 23 Oct. 1864, for "bravely, ably and successfully contending 
with a largely superior force of hostile Indians, near Plum Creek, N.T., on 
the 13th inst." 

9697 III. Mary Jane Bangs, b. at Adams, Mich., 6 Dec. 1842; married 
at Tecumseh, Mich., 26 Oct. 1865, by Rev. J. II. Burnham, Methodist I 
Episcopal, to Philip Augustus Cowley, a farmer, son of Philip and Cynthia 1 



426 



Eighth Generation. 



(Sherman) Cowley, of Franklin, Mich. He was born at Seneca Falls 
N. Y, 11 Aug. 1S40. They dwelt at Palmyra, Mich., four months- at 
lecumseh till 1873; then settled in Hudson, Mich., two miles east of 'the 
village, and were living there in March 1S76. They are members of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, and she has taught school for many years. 
He enlisted at Tccumseh, 7 Aug. 1862, in Co. F, iSth Reg., Mich. Volun- 
teers; and was discharged at Jackson, Mich., 14 July 1S65, having taken 
part in engagements at Decatur, Ala., and Summerville, Ga., at the last 
of which he was wounded in the right knee. 

9698 IV. Armenia Adelia Bangs, b. at Adams, Mich., 17 March 1845- 
married at Harpersfield, X. V., 2 Jan. 1S67, by Rev. \V. H. Mickle] 
Methodist Episcopal, to David C. Buck, a farmer,' son of Alanson P and 

Abigail (Fuller) Buck, of Stamford, N. V., where he was born 17 Ap 
1840. They dwelt at Stamford till 1 871; then settled at Hudson, Mich, 
and were living there in March 1876. 

9699 V. Julia Peninnah Bangs, b. at Adams, Mich., 5 Dec. 184s- mar- 
ried at Adrian, Mich., 23 Dec. 1869, by Rev. J. S. Smart, Methodist, to 
Ezra Adams, a dealer in hardware, son of Ephraim Sherwood and Elmina 
(Beardsley) Adams, of Raisin, Mich. He was born at Ava, NY 19 

; Oct. 1844. They settled at Plainwell, Mich., and were living there in May 
1876. 



9700 



9701 



\ I. Elia Foote Bangs, b. at Adams, Mich., 17 Feb. 1851; married in 
Nodaway Co., Mo., 10 July 1 S69, Julia Schoonover; and settled at Ottawa, 
Kansas, where they were still living in A p. 1S76. 



Chil. of Keeler Elijah and Martha (Criswold) Bangs. 

I. Elizabeth Almira Bangs, b. at Rome, Mich., 10 June 183S ■ 
married at her father's house, Tecumseh, Mich., 8 Dec. 1S57, by Rev.' 
William Fox, Methodist Episcopal, to John Willis Merritt, a farmer son of 
; Willis and Jemima (VanBuskirk) Merritt, of Detroit, Mich., where 'he was 
born 16 Nov. 1S25. They dwelt at Hillsdale, Mich., for one year- at 
Macon, Mich., eight years ; then returned to Hillsdale, and were liv'in- 
there in March 1876. & 



3560 
1 70S.; 



II. Thomas Jefferson Bangs, b. at Rome, Mich., 28 Oct 1840- a 

carpenter; married at Macon, Mich., 3 Aug. 1S59, Helen Amelia Merritt, 

dau. of \\ ilham Henry and Mary Ann (Oliphant) Merritt of Macon 

: where she was born 11 Dec. 1841. They dwelt at Tecumseh, Mich till 

10 Ap. 1861; at Macon till Feb. 1870; at Richland Centre, Wis'., till 5 July 



Whitney Family. 



1870; at Hillsdale, Mich., till 5 Nov. 1872; at Williamstown, Mich., till 
Ap. 1874; at Lansing, Mich., till Jan. 1S75; then returned to Tecumseh, 
and were living there in Ap. 1 S76. 



Chil. of Francis Burritt and Catharine Hall (Webb) Bangs. 

0703 ! I. Albert Vai! Bangs, b. at Utica, Mich., 14 Oct. 1843 ; was living at 
Tipton, Iowa, in Ap. 1876, a conductor on the Chicago and North Western 
Railroad 

9704 > II. Fanny Eleanor Bangs, b. at Clinton, Mich., 10 May 1847; 
! married Sessions; and was living at Ionia, Mich., in Ap. 1876. 

9705 , III. Frank Lorenzo Bangs, b. at Coldwater, Mich., 20 Feb. 1S54. 

9706 I IV. Clinton B. Fisk Bangs, b. at Battle Creek, Mich., 28 Oct. 1855. 

9707 I V. Frederick Herbert Bangs, b. at Jackson, Mich., 31 Oct. 1858. 



I427 



9708 



97 1 1 

9712 

9713 



Chil. of Burr Silliman and Armena (Fisher) Bangs. 

I. Ann Eliza Bangs, b. at Tecumseh, Mich., 22 Jan. 1846; and was 
living at Marengo, Iowa, in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 

II. Samuel Joseph Bangs, b. at Tecumseh, Mich., 12 Feb. 1848; 
died at Tecumseh, 1 1 March 1S50, and was buried there. 

III. Olive Augusta Bangs, b. at Tecumseh, Mich., 7 Sept. 1851; 
married at Delavan, Wis., 7 Sept. 1872, Edward FViiller Rollins, son of 
Owen Smith and Jemima (Curtis) Rollins, 1 of Middletown, Conn. He was 
born at Waldoborough (or Belfast), Me., 18 Aug. 1847. They settled at 
Delavan; where she died, 5 Nov. 1874, and was buried. He was living at 
Delavan in Ap. 1876. 

IV. Josephine Gertrude Bangs, b. at Delavan, Wis., 26 Ap. 1858. 

V. Francis Burr Bangs, b. at Delavan, Wis., 1 Sept. i860. 

VI. Cora Elizabeth Bangs, b. at Delavan, Wis., 1 Dec. 1862. 

1 See the Koliins GauaLjy, p. 210. 



I H28 



High th ( i cue I'ci tion . 



Child of Lemuel and Sarah Almira (Disbr 



Bangs. 



I. ft'athan Disbrow Bangs, b. at 255 Henry Street, New York, 17 
Jan. 1S34; grad. at Wesleyan University in 1S52; was publisher of The 
World, newspaper, at 35 Park Row, New York, in Nov. 1575 ; and then 
lived at 8 West Washington Place, New York, unmarried. 



9716 



Chil. of Lemuel and Julia Anderson (Merwin) Bangs. 

II. Lemuel Bolton Bangs, b. at 34 Seventh Street, New York, 9 
Aug. 1842; grad. at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, in 
Jan. 1872; was afterward a student in the Royal General Hospital of 
Vienna, Austria; and was practising his profession at 106 West 34th 
Street, New York, in Nov. 1S75, unmarried. 

III. Julia Francos Bangs, b. at 34 Seventh Street, New York, 9 
[July 1845 ; and was living with her parents, at 8 West Washington Place, 
j New York, in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 



35'''; 



9718 



9720 



IV. Fletcher Harper Bangs, b. at 34 Seventh Street, New York, 5 
June 1S49; a member of the firm William King & Co., 209 Pearl Street, ' 

! importers and manufacturers of corks ; was living at S West Washington 1 
Place, with his parents, in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

V. Samuel Merwin Bangs, b. at 34 Seventh Street, New York, 1 1 
Feb. 1851; died at the same place, 19 July 185 1, and was buried in 
Greenwood Cemetery. 

VI. William McKendree Bangs, b. at 34 Seventh Street, New 
York, 19 Oct. 1852; and was living with his parents, at 8 West Washing- 
ton Place, New York, in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 



VII. Gilbert Merwin Bangs, b. in Irving Place, New York, 13 June 
1855; a clerk with Reed and Smith, commission merchants, 211 Pearl 
Street, New York ; was living with his parents, at S West Washington 
Place, New York, in Nov. 1S75, unmarried. 



Chil. of Nathan and Susan Orr (Buckmaster) Bangs. 

I. John Buckmaster Bangs, b in New York City, 2^ July 1S37; 
a merchant, of the firm John P. Morton & Co., 156 West Main' Street, 
Louisville, Ky.; married in Louisville, 21 May 1S62, Adelia C. Kendrick, 
dau. of William and Maria S. (Schwing) Kendrick, of Louisville, where 



/ / 7/ itney I 7 am ily, 



she was born 2S Dec. 
there in Nov. 1875. 



[838. They settled in Louisville, and were living 



9722 IT. Charles Wesley Bangs, b. in East Broadway, New York, 27 

! Sept. 1 841; a lawyer, grad. at Columbia College Law School in 18G2; 
married in the South Dutch Church, corner of Fifth Avenue and Twenty- 
! first Street, New York, 4 June 1867, by Rev. E. P. Rogers, D.D., to Mary 
Eliza O'Carnor, dau. of Francis Burdett and Emeline (Furman) O'Carnor, 
I of Staten Island, N. Y., and g. dau. of Gabriel Furman, of Maspeth, L. I. 
She was born in New York, 1 1 Aug. 1842 ; died there, 17 June 1874, and 
was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. He has always lived in New York, 
or its vicinity; and was, in Dec. 1875, a partner with his uncle, Francis j 
Nathan Bangs, in the firm of F. N. & C. \V. Bangs, 137 Broadway. 



I429; 



17095 



9723 \ III. Wilbur Fisk Bangs, b. in East Broadway, New York, 28 Oct. 
i 1844; died in Eldridge Street, New York, 24 Nov. 1848, and was buried 
i in Greenwood Cemetery. 

9724 IV. Emma Josephine Bangs, b. in Eldridge Street, New York, 3 
I Feb. 1848 ; married at the house of her step-grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Miller (Harper) Buck-master, in Brooklyn, N. Y., 29 Ap. 1874, by Rev. Dr. 
Reed, pastor of the South Presbyterian Church, to James Taylor Hoyne, 
son of Thomas and Leonora Maria (Temple) Hoyne, of Michigan Avenue, 
Chicago, 111., where he was born 8 Sept. 1846. He was a teller in a, German 

! savings-bank in Dec. 1875; and they were then living at 267 Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, without children. 

! 

9725 V. Susan Augusta Bangs, b. in Eldridge Street, New York, 15 
Nov. 1851; died in Thirtieth Street, New York, 1 1 July 1852, and was 
buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

Chil. of Nathan and Hannah Gardiner (Stockton) Bangs. 

9726 VI. iMathan Stockton Bangs, b. at 33 Last Thirtieth Street, New 
I York, 27 Ap. 1854; died at White Sulphur Springs, Middle Park, Colorado, 
I 5 Dec. 1875, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, L. I. 



3567 



VII. Edmund Storer Janes Bangs, b. at 33 East Thirtieth Street, 
New York, 1 5 June 185G; died there, 12 Dec. 1856, and was buried in 
Greenwood Cemetery. 



Chil. of Elijah Keeler and Emma Matilda (Watts) Bangs. 

9728 I. Lemuel Watts Bangs, b. at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 25 Ap. 
1840; manager for Scribner, Welford and Armstrong, booksellers and 



3569 



1430 



Eighth Generation. 



9750 



importers, 743 and 745 Broadway, New York; and was living at 217 
East 11th Street in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 

II. Mary Emma Matilda Bangs, b. at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1 1 
July 1842; and was living at 217 East I ith Street, New York, in Nov. 
1875, unmarried. 

Chil. of Elijah Kceler and Catharine Brewster (Johnston) Bangs. 

III. William Johnston Bangs, b. at New York City, 15 March 1 
1854; and was living there, at 217 East 1 ith Street, in Nov. 1875; a clerk 
in the National Importers and Trader? Bank, of New York. 

I\ T . Walter Keeler Bangs, b. at New York City, 3 Sept. 1S55; died 
there, 18 Jan. 1S74, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 



Chil. of Francis Nathan and Frances Amelia (Bull) Bangs. 



973: 



9733 
9734 



9734' 



I. Francis Sedgwick Bangs, b. at 192 East 18th Street, New York, 
7 Dec. 1S55; and was living with his father, at 254 West 55th Street, New 
York, in Nov. 1875. 

II. William P\!athan Bangs, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 31 March 1859. 

III. John Kendrick Bangs, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 27 May 1862. 



Child of Henry and Elizabeth Bangs. 

I. Elizabeth Bangs, was living at Trenton, N. J., in 1S75; and de- 
clined to give any records of herself, or of her brothers or sisters. 



357? 



Chil. of Anson and Rebecca (Bangs) Steel. 

9735 I. Edwin Keeler Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 16 July 1831; a 17. 

bank-clerk; married at her father's house, 25 Jan. 1S55, by Rev. Henry 



// I tit) i ex Family 



1431 



\ Colclazer, pastor of the Nazareth Methodist Episcopal Church, to Mary 
Armitage, dau. of Thomas and Rachel (Kemp) Armitage, of the north- 
east corner of 15th and Cherry Streets, Philadelphia, where she was born 

i 26 March 1S37. They settled at Philadelphia, and were living there in 
Ap. 1S76. Me was then employed in the Philadelphia National Rank. 

9736 II. Ellen Esther Steel, b. at Philadelphia. Penn., 17 Jan. 1833; 
married at St. Louis, Mo., 22 Sept. 1859, by Rev. H. A. Nelson, Univer- 
salist, to Orson Young Cone, son of Charles and Charlotte Caroline 
(Young) Cone. He was born at Binghamton, N. V., 4 July 1839; died at 

I the Gibson House, Cincinnati. Ohio, 2S Ap. 1876; and was buried in 
Spring Grove Cemetery. He settled, in 1S60, at Hopewell Furnace, Mo., 

i and was driven from his farm by "bushwhackers" in 1861. He then went 
to Philadelphia, New York City, and Dunkirk, N.Y., in the last of which he 
was employed by the Erie Railway Co. In 1864, he went to Cincinnati, 

\ and was, for three years, assistant freight-agent of the I.. C. and L. Rail- 
road Co. He then entered the service of Hall's Lock and Safe Company, 
and was soon chosen its secretary and vice-president, holding these 
positions till 1874, when he resigned on account of failing health, and went 
to California. Returning in improved health, he was again elected to the 
same offices. He is described as an excellent business-manager and 
financier. 



III. Thomas Robert Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 9 Oct. 1834; 
a merchant; married at Philadelphia, 24 Sept. 1855, by John Snider, 
alderman, to Maria Theresa Bowes, dau. of Thomas and Catharine (Hynes) 
Bowes, of Loughrea, Ireland, where she was born S May 1837. They 
dwelt at Philadelphia till the Spring of 1S56; at Concord, N. H., till the 
Spring of 1S61; and then returned to Philadelphia, where they were still 
living in Ap. 1876. 



[ 7 1 1 2 



9739 



IV. Anson Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 12 July 1836; an uphol- 
sterer; married at Philadelphia, 25 Aug. 1863, by Rev. M. D. Kurtz, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Anna Matilda Kobson, dau. of Benjamin and 

Margaret (Seward) Hobson, of the same city, where she was born 28 
Feb. 1838. They were living at 1210 Green Street, Philadelphia, in 
Ap. 1876. 

V. Archer Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 8 June 1S38; a manufac- 
turer of furniture and spiral springs; married at Concord, N. H., 15 Oct. 
1862, by Rev. J. H. McCarty, Methodist Episcopal, to Lourane Caroline 
Creenough, dau. of Joseph Clough and Sarah (Hook) Green. nigh, and 
widow of Benjamin Clough. She was born at North Chichester, N. H., 
19 Aug. 1841. They were living at 816 Market Street, Philadelphia, in 
Ap. 1S76. 



143- High th Generation. 

9740 VI. Amos Bangs Sieel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., i; Ap. 1840; died 
at Fort Dodge, Kansas, 10 Dec. 187 2, and was buried there. 

9741 VII. Eliza Oliver Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 31 Jan. 1S42; was 
living with her sister, Mrs. Cone, at Cincinnati, Ohio, in Ap. 1876, un- 
married. 

9742 VIII. Harper Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 23 Ap. 1843; died 
■ there, 2 Ma)- 1844, and was buried in the Friends' Cemetery, at the corner 

of 1 6th and Race Streets. Philadelphia. 

9743 IX. Ferdinand Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 19 Aug. 1844; a 
: dealer in furniture and upholster)", married at Philadelphia, 3 Jan. 1S71, 
! by Rev. George A. Peltz, Baptist, to Catharine Augusta Brainerd, born at 
; Hamden, N. Y., 9 June 1844, dan. of Amasa George and Mary (Bogart) 
j Brainerd. They were living at the north-east corner of Broad and Spruce 

Streets, Philadelphia, in Ap. 1S76, without children. 

9744 X. Eugene Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 17 Sept. 1845; died there, 

j 31 March 1S46, and was buried in the Friends' Cemetery, at the corner of 
1 6th and Race Streets, Philadelphia. 

9745 XI. Clara Josephine Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 1 March 1847; 
died there, 19 Aug. 1847, an d was buried in the Friends' Cemetery, at the 
corner of 1 6th and Race Streets, Philadelphia. 

9746 XII. Mary Ann Beaky Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 30 March 
1848; married there, 10 Dec. 186S, by Rev. G. A. Durborrow, Protestant 

j Episcopal, to Albert Callatin Fisher, a coal-shipper, son of Albert Gallatin 
', and Mary Emily (Thompson) Fisher, of Philadelphia, where he was born 
15 Aug. 1 841. The)- were living in North 7th Street, Philadelphia, in Ap. 
[ 1876, without children. 

9747 XIII. Louis Bangs Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 9 Oct. 1849; 
died at Camden, X. J., 13 Jan. 1850, and was buried in the Friends' Cem- 
etery, at the corner of 1 6th and Race Streets, Philadelphia. 

974S XIV. Walter Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 21 Nov. 185 1; died 

j there, 28 Feb. 1852, and was buried in the Friends' Cemetery, at the 
: corner of 16th and Race Streets, Philadelphia. 



9749 



XV. William Bangs Steel, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 2 March 1S53; 
died there, 19 June 1853, and was buried in the Friends' Cemetery, Fairhill, 
Philadelphia. 



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1433 



Chil. of Joseph Ambrose and Mary Ann (Bangs) Beaky. 

9750 , I. Martha Adela Beaky, b. at Emmittsburgh, Mi, 1 June 1841; 
1 married at St. Louis, Mo., 25 Dec. [862, David Davis Walker, a merchant, 

! son of George and (Davis) Walker, and nephew of Judge David 

i Davis, of the U. S. Supreme Court. They settled at St. Louis, and were 
j living there in May 1S76. He was then of the firm of Crow, Hargadine & 
: Co., wholesale dealers in dry goods, of St. Louis. 



0751 II. Emma Catharine Beaky, b. at Emmittsburgh, MA, 31 Jan. 

j 1843 ; married at St. Louis, Mo., 25 Dec. 1859, James M. Hawken, son of 

! Samuel and Mary Hawken ; and settled at St. Louis, where they were still 
J living in May 1876. 

i 
9752 | III. Louis Bangs Beaky, b. at Emmittsburgh, MA, 2S Nov. 1844; 
was a soldier in the Confederate army, and was killed at Vicksburgh, Miss., 
25 June 1863, and buried there. 



9753 ' IV. Mary Ciaudtice Beaky, b. at Emmittsburgh, MA, 15 Sept. 
j 1846; died at St. Louis, Mo., 6 Oct. 1849, and was buried there, in 

Calvary Cemetery-. 

9754 : V. Joseph Beaky, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 28 Aug. 1848; died there, 
1 6 Sept. 1849. and was buried in Calvary Cemetery. 

9755 ! VI. Joseph Ambrose Beaky, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 8 June 1849; 
! died there, 10 Nov. 1S50, and was buried in Calvary Cemetery. 



9756 VII. Ellen Esther Beaky, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 28 Aug. 1850 
9757 



9758 



9759 



VIII. Clement William Coote Beaky, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 24 
Oct. 1852; and was living there in May 1S76. 

IX. William Beaky, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 6 Dec. 1S54; died 7 Dec. 
1854, and was buried in Calvary Cemetery. 

X. Joseph Ambrose Beaky, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 4 Feb. 1856; and 
was living there in May 1S76. 



9760 ! XI. Francis Brooks Beaky, b. at St. Louis. Mo., 15 May 1858; died 
; there, 15 Sept. 1S59, and was buried in Calvary Cemetery. 



1434 



High th Generation. 



9767 



976s 



Chil. of Elijah Keolor and Elmina Melissa (Robinson) Bangs. 355 

97G1 I. Mary Jane Bangs, b. 1 1 June 1S28. 

9762 : II. Alfred Walstein Bangs, b. 26 July 1S30. 

9763 III. Frances Duese Bangs, b. 2 Nov. 1832. 
97G4 IV. Viola Antoinette Bangs, b. 2 July 1S35. 
9765 \ V. Loretia Matilda Bangs, b. 6 June 1S38. 
97O6 VI. Florence Gertrude Bangs, b. 23 Oct. 1S4: 



Chil. of Isaac Daniel and Nancy Ann (Bangs) Carhart. 



I. Marv Lavinia Carhart, b. at Gilboa, N. X 
at Fox Lake. Wis.. 16 " 



.., .9 Aug. 1 831; married 
ar rox i,c kc, wis., mjune 1858, by Rev. J. Whitney, Methodist Episcopal, 
to Thomas Hesmith Manly, a merchant, born at Essex, N.Y., 30 Jan. 1S20, 
: son of Rev. Ira and Annis (Wallace) Manly. The)- dwelt at Fox Lake till 
, Ap. 1867; then moved to Parkersburgh, Iowa, and were living there in 
Feb. 1S76. 

II. Lewis Henry Carhart, b. at Gilboa, N. Y., 24 Sept. 1833; a 
minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church; married at Hamilton, Minn., 

I n Ap. 1858, by Rev. Boyd Phelps, Methodist Episcopal, to Mary Frances 
Tomlinson, dau. of William and Amy (Brisco) Tomlinson. She died at 

'Cascade, Iowa, 21 Jan. 1870, aged 41 years. He was married (2d), 5 Oct. 
1 87 1, at Davenport, Iowa, by Rev. John McEwen, pastor of the Presby- 
terian Church of Pembroke, C.W., to Clara Hannah Sully, dau. of James 

1 and Laura Maria (Playter) Sully, of Davenport. He enlisted at Fox Lake, 



Wis., 15 Aug. 1862, as a private in Co. E, 29th Reg., Wis. Vol. Infantry; 



jwas promoted, 18 May 1863, to be first-lieut. of Co. B, 2d Reg., Ark. 
I Colored Vol. Infantry; was appointed captain of Co. I, same regiment, in 

1864; was placed on detached service, in the Freedmen's Bureau, in July 
■ 1865, and stationed at Camden, Ark.; and was mustered out of service, 14 

Sept. 1866, at Little Rock, Ark. 

He studied at Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, Ind., till Sept. 1868, 

when he was admitted, on trial, in Upper Iowa Conference; was in full 

connection, 1870; and was ordained deacon in 1870, and elder in 1S72. 



35^1 



IV hi tu ex Family 



1435 



I He was appointed to Cascade, Iowa, 1868, 1869; Manchester, Iowa, 1870; 

Charles City, Iowa, 1871, 1S72; and McGregor, Iowa, 1873. After two 
i months in the last charge, he was transferred to Knoxvillc, Term.; but the 
' prejudice against his northern origin was so strong, that, in Ap. 1874, he 
I resigned, and sought a new field of labor at Dallas, Texas, where he has 

gathered a large congregation, and built a church costing $] 0,000. 



9769 i III. Delia Elizabeth Bangs Carhait, b. at Coeymans, N.Y., 28 

; March 183G; married at St. Paul, Minn., 31 July 1858, by Rev. Boyd 
1 Phelps, Methodist Episcopal, to Leander Ccorgo Huntley, son of George 
', and Zoada (Barber) Huntley, of Fox Lake, Wis. He was born at Butter- 
nuts, N. Y., 10 Dec. 1834. They were living at Trempealeau, Wis., in Feb. 
1S76. He enlisted at Fox Lake in 1SO2, as a private, in Co. E, 29th 
Reg., Wis. Volunteers; and was discharged at Shreveport, La., 22 July 
; 1865. He served most of the time under special orders, as clerk in the 
\ office of the adjutant-general at headquarters. 



7137 



IV. John FvlcKendree Carhart, b. at Coeymans, N. Y., 22 Ap. 
183S; unmarried; enlisted, in May 1861, as corporal in Co. A, 2d Reg., 
I Wis. Volunteers; was killed 21 July i86i,in the battle of Bull Run, Va., 
and was buried on the field of battle. 



9771 ; V. Andrew Rickey Carhart, b. at Middleburgh, N. Y., 13 Dec. 
1S41; a farmer; married at Trempealeau, Wis., 20 Dec. 1864, by Rev. 
i George L. Tucker, Congregational, to Jenny Hope Cillis, dau of John and 
j Euphemia (Thompson) Gillis, of Trempealeau. She was born at Mere- 
dith, N. Y., 22 Feb. 1841. The)- were living at Trempealeau in Feb. 
1876. 



17140 



9772 VI. Isaac Whitfield Carhart, b. at Middleburgh, N. Y, 5 Sept. 
; 1843; a merchant; married at Camden, Ark, 29 Dec. 1S68, by Rev. 
\ Horace Jewell, Methodist Episcopal, to Julia Stone Scott, dau. of Hon. 

Christopher and Elizabeth (Smith) Scott, of Camden (where she was born 
', 23 Dec. 1S48), and g. dau. of Judge Daniel Smith, of Harrisonburgh, Va. 

They settled at Hot Springs, Ark., and were living there in Ap. 1876. He 
! was then in the dry goods trade, and proprietor of the Hot Springs Hotel. 
I He enlisted at Trempealeau, Wis., in Dec. 1S63, as a private in Co. C, 
I 30th Reg., Wis. Volunteers ; served on the frontier, on the Missouri and 
'Yellowstone Rivers in 1864, and in Kentucky, 1865; and was discharged. 
j at Madison, Wis., in Sept 18G5. 



[7142 



9773 VII. EEmma Francis Carhart, b. at Middleburgh, N. Y., 3 Aug. 
1S46; married at Trempealeau, Wis., 3 Nov. 1S68, by Rev. H. Gilli- 
land, Methodist Episcopal, president of Galesville University, to William 



m>6 



Eighth Generation. 



97 7 i 



97 t 6 



9777 



Alexander Allen, a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, born at 
Belmont, Ohio, in 1S41. son of John and Polly Williams (Blouden) Allen, 
afterward of Summerfield, Ohio. Pie was admitted, Pittsburgh Conference, 
on trial, 1S65 ; full connection, 1865 ; ordained deacon, 1S65 ; elder, [S67 ; 
appointed to Salem, 1863, Morgan, 1864, Cumberland, 1S65, 1866; super- 
numerary, 1867, 1S6S, during which he studied in Garrett Biblical Institute, 
Evanston, Ind. He then appears in Upper Iowa Conference, without 
record of transfer; and was appointed to Wyoming, 1869, 1870; Osage, 
1871, 1872; Waverly, 1873, 1874; Fayette, 1875; ar >d was living at 
the latter place in Ap. 1876. He enlisted in June 1S61, as second ser- 
geant in 25th Reg., Ohio Vol. Infantry; was wounded in the left shoulder, 
in the battle of Bull Pasture, Md., or McDonell, Va., by a fragment of 
shell, in consequence of which he was discharged in Aug. 1S62, at Fort 
McHenry, Md. He reenlisted in 1864, as captain of Co. C, 16th Reg., 
Ohio Vol. Infantry. He took part in the battles of Greenbriar, Cross Keys, 
Cheat Mountain Gap, and Harper's Ferry. 

VIII. Nathan Hervey Smith Carhart, b. at Middleburgh, N. V., 

20 Nov. 1848 ; a farmer; was living at Trempealeau, Wis., in Feb. 1876, 
unmarried. 

IX. Lottie Ophelia Carhart, b. at Middleburgh, N. Y., 12 March 
1 851; married at Trempealeau, Wis., 15 May 1872, by Rev. William A. 
Allyn, Methodist Episcopal, to Benjamin Horton White, a lawyer, son of 
Isaac Vail and Man- (Horton) White, of Binghamton, N. Y. He was 

i born at North Salem, N. V, 18 Aug. 1S38. They dwelt at Wyoming, 
Iowa, till [Jan. 1875; then settled at Anamosa, Iowa, and were living 

! there in Ap. 1876. He served, as first-lieut, in Co. H, 5th Reg., Iowa 
Cavalry, from 17 Aug. 1 S64 till 13 Sept. 1865; and was imprisoned at 
Andersonville for two months. 

X. Clara Josepha Carhart, b. at Fox Lake, Wis., 31 Jan. 1855; was 
a student in Fayette College, Fayette, Iowa, in Feb. 1876. 



Chil. of Andrew Judson and Mary Ann (Metcalf) Bangs. 



I. Edward Dunbar Bangs, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 13 Ap. 1839. 



9778 II. Rachel Anna Bangs, b. at Kortright, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1841. 





// hitney Family. 


H37 


9779 


III. Sarah Elizabeth Bangs, b. at Davenport, X. Y., 12 Jan. 1843. 




9780 


IV. Mary Arethusa Bangs, b. at Harpersfield, N. V., 7 Aug. 1846. 




9781 


V. Jerusha Piatt Bangs, b. at Maryland, N. Y., 11 Aug. 1S49. 




97 S 2 


VI. Dwight Bangs, b. at Alta, Wis., 12 Ap. 1S51. 




97S3 


VII. James Wesley Bangs, b. at Chester, Wis., 5 Ap. 1853. 




9784 


VIII. Andrew Judson Bangs, b. at Trenton, Wis., 6 Doc. 1855; 
died 1 Jan. 1856. 




9785 


IX. Harriet Eudora Bangs, b. in Minnesota Territory, 12 June 
1857. 




97 86 


X. Lydia Maria Bangs, b. at Garden City, Minn., 26 Sept. 1S64. 






Chil. of Nathan Harvey and Lucy Jane (Pinney) Bangs. 


3 5 86 


9787 


1. John Harvey Eangs, b. at Bethel, X. Y., 9 Jan. 1S53; died 12 
Jan. 1853, and was buried at Bethel. 




9788 


II. Harvey Pinney Bangs, b. at Stone Ridge, N. Y., 29 July 1S54; 
died at Livingston, X. Y., 4 Dec. 1875, and was buried there. 




9/89 


III. Margaret Alice Bangs, b. at Phillipsport, X. Y., 27 March 
1856. 




9790 


IV. Arthur Eleazer Bangs, b. at Olive, X. Y., 9 June 1857. 




9791 


V. John Abner Bangs, b. at Sugar Loaf, X. Y., 10 June 1S61. 




9792 


VI. Mary Etta Bangs, b. at West Hurley, N.Y., 21 June 1862 ; died 
at West Hurley, 24 Aug. 1862, and was buried there. 




9793 


VII. Arietta Bangs, b. at Greenfield, X. Y., 28 Aug. 1S64; died 
there, 10 March 1865, and was buried at West Hurley, N. Y. 




9794 


VIII. Grace Eliza Bangs, b. at Highland, X. Y., 13 May 1S67. 





1438 



Eighth Generation. 



\ 

9795 
I 979'5 
: 9797 
979S 
9799 
9800 
9S01 
1802 



9S03 



9805 

9806 
9S07 
9S08 
9S09 
9810 



Chil. of Ephraim and Ellen (Lines) Decker 

I. Lovina Decker. 

II. Sarah Decker. 

III. Lucretia Decker. 

IV. Philip Decker. 

V. David Decker. 

VI. Mary Decker. 

VII. Rhoda Decker. 

VIII. Julia Decker. 



Child of Adam and Sarah (Lines) Kniskern. 

I. Edward Monroe Kniskern, b. at North Blenheim, N.Y., 13 Au< 
1854 ; and was living there in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of David and Rhoda (Lines) Hendry. 

I. Mary Hendry. 

II. Anna Hendry. 

III. Sarah Hendry. 

IV. Emilissa Hendry. 

V. Susan Hendry. 
VI David Hendry. 



3594 



Chil. of Could Sellick and Lucretia Elizabeth (Lines) Silliman. 

I. Mary Jane Silliman, b. at Moresville, N. Y., 15 March 1845- and 
was living with her mother, at Toddsville, N.Y., in March 1S76, unmarried. 



559$ 



98 1 2 II. Frances Iphigenia Silliman, b. at Portlandville, N. Y., 5 March 1-14 

• 1847; married at Fly Creek, N.Y., 13 Nov. 1867, by Rev. J. W. Rawlinson, 



Whitney Family 



1439 



Methodist, to Ira Delos Butts, a farmer, son of Elisha Hopkins and Mary 
Angelina (Payne) Butts, of Toddsville, N. Y. He was born at Morris, 
N. Y., 25 Dec. 1843. They settled at Toddsville, and were living there in 
March 1876. 



3 I III. Sarah Melissa Silliman, b. at Portlandville, N.Y., 2 Aug. 1S49; 
and was living with her mother, at Toddsville, X. Y., in March 1876, 
unmarried. 



Si4 I IV. Irwin Could Silliman, b. at Portlandville, N. Y., 20 Sept. 1852 ; 
died at Toddsville, X. Y., 12 An. 1867. and was buried in Pinegrove Cem- 
etery, Portlandville. 



,SiS 



0816 



9817 


98 1 8 


',819 


9820 


,821 


9822 



Y. Loren Could Silliman, b. at Portlandville, X. Y., 9 Oct. 1S54; 
a farmer; married at Fly Creek, X. Y., 15 Dec. 1874, by Rev. H. A. 
Blanchard, Methodist Episcopal, to Eva Melissa Shaul, dan. of Sylvester 
and Elizabeth (Gage) Shaul, of Columbia, X. Y., where she was born 15 
Nov. 1856. They settled at Columbia, and were living there in March 
1876. 



Chil. of David and Frances (l.ines) Cronk. 

I. Emma Janet Cronk, b. at Moresville, now Grand Gorge, X. Y., 
17 Aug. 1S52 ; married at Prattsville, X. Y, 25 Oct. 1 87 1, by Rev. William 
H. Carr, Presbyterian, to James Griffin, a farmer, son of John and Mary 
(Bhimberg) Griffin, of Halcott, N. Y., where he was born 11 Dec. 1S4S. 
They settled at Halcott, and were living there in Dec. 1S75. 



II. John Jay Cronk, b. at Moresville, X. Y., 
was living there in Dec. 1875, unmarried; a farmer. 



March 1854 ; and 



III. Willis Cronk, b. at Moresville, X.Y., 4 May 1S55 ; and was living 
there in Dec. 1875. 

IV. Romiette Cronk, b. at Moresville, X. Y., 6 July 1S58; died at 
Moresville, 22 Sept. i860, and was buried there. 

V. Addison Cronk, b. at Moresville, X. Y., 10 Nov. 1S59. 

VI. David Cronk, b. at Prattsville, X. Y., 6 Oct. 1S62. 

VII. Ella Cronk, b. at Prattsville, N.Y., 10 Nov. 1S64; died at Pratts- 
ville, 23 May 1865, and was buried at Moresville, X. Y. 



50 



3600 
17151 



1440 



Eighth Generation. 



9823 VIII. Ella Cronk, b. at P 



ille, N.Y., 1 S June iS6 7 



1824 IX. Romietto Cronk, b. at Prattsville, N. V., 13 Sept. 1S68. 

. 9825 X. Frank Cronk, b. at Moresville, N. V., iS May 1,873. 



Chil. of Wi 



lllam Hezekiah Nathan and Mary (Bangs) Magruder. 

I. Benjamin Drake Magruder, b. at Magnolia Springs Miss -7 
Sept. 1S3S ; grad at Vale College in 1S56, and at the Law School of New 
Orleans, La.; a lawyer; married in Oct. 1864, at Springfield, 111 Julia 

■ L , at , ar ?- , Thc >' uere Hvill S at Chicago, 111., in Jan. 1S76; he beino then 

I clerk of the Court of Chancer)-. 

9827 I II John Burruss Magruder, b. on his father's plantation, in Warren 
I Co Miss twenty-five miles east of Vicksburgh, 6 Dec. 1840; a teacher; 
studied at Centenary College, Jackson, La., and at a Medical College in 
I Philadelphia, Penn.; married in the parish of East Baton Rou«e La -»o 
I Nov. 1866, by Rev. William E. M. Linfield, Methodist Episcopal; t'o Hester 
Ann Kleinpeter dau. of Paul and Sarah (Haraldsoii) Kleinpeter, of East 
Eaton Rouge, where she was born 9 Aug. 1S41, ten miles from the city 
I He served during the war, in the Confederate Artillery; took part in the 
I fights around Columbus, ky.; was captured at Island No. 10, and impris- 
oned at Camp Douglas; and, after exchange, was at Vicksburgh till 
captured, and released on parole. They have resided at East Baton 

^'Y'r'n at - L I lbert >"> AIiss ; and were living at Bailey's Station. 
Shelby Co., lenn., 111 Jan. 1876. 

9828 , III. Sarah Burritt Magruder, b. at Centenary College, Miss seven 

I miles east of Brandon, 1 Sept. 1842 ; died at the same place, 17 July 1S44. 
and was buried there. J } 44 ' 



9829 



9830 



IV. Neman Bangs Magruder, b. at Centenary College, seven miles 
east of Brandon, Miss., 2 7 Sept. 1844; a lawyer; was a student in 
Southern University, Greensborough. Ala., when the war of 1861 began, 
entered the Confederate army, served in the Signal Corps till the war 
ceased, then returned to the University, continued his studies and -rad- 
uated ini86;. He was living at New Orleans, La., 54 Camp Street, in 
Jan. 1876, unmarried. 

V. James Truman Magruder, b. at Jackson, La., 10 Nov. I 8 4 6; 
j died at Baton Rouge. La., 3 . July 1857, and was buried there. 



/ / li itn ey Fa m ily . 



1 441 



9831 
9832 

9833 
9S34 

9835 
9836 



VI. Leonard Covington Magruder, b. at Jackson, La., 27 June 
1849; died at Baton Rouge, La., 12 Oct. 1S67, and was buried there. 

VII. Nathaniel Hawkins Magruder, b. at Jackson, La., 25 Sept. 
1851; and was living with his parents, at Baton Rouge, La., in Jan. 1S76, 
unmarried. 

VIII. Elizabeth Ann Magruder, b. at Jackson, La., 20 Aug. 1853; 
died at Baton Rouge, La., 20 Oct. 1S67, and was buried there. 

IX. William Howard Magruder, b. at Baton Rouge, La., 29 Aug. 
1856; was a student in Randolph Macon College, Ashland, \'a., in Jan. 
1876. 

X. Aaron Burritt Magruder, b. at Baton Rouge, La., 13 Sept. 1S58; 
died at Port Gibson, Miss., S Aug. 1859, and was buried at Baton Rouge. 

XI Albert Sidney Johnston Magruder, b. at Baton Rouge, La., 
6 Maj' 1S62 ; and was living there in Jan. 1876. 

XII. Stephen Alexander Magruder, b. at Clinton, La., 4 June 
1864; died at Baton Rouge, La., 1 Nov. 1 S66, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Benjamin and Rachel Ann Wisner (Bangs) Jones. 

9838 j I. Stephen Bangs Jones, b. at Natchez, Miss., 8 Dec. 1845; a 
planter; married at Baton Rouge, La., 22 Dec. 1S75, Margaret Rivers 
Kent, dau. of Frederick Overton and Margaret (Irwin) Kent, of Baton 
I Rouge, where she was born 15 Sept. 1850. They settled at Baton Rouge, 
and were living there in Jan. 1876. He served in the Confederate army, 
during the war of 1861, for about three years, as a private in the cavalry. 



9839 



II. Clara Elizabeth Jones, b. at Jackson, La., 12 Feb 1S49; died at 
Jackson, 5 July 1849, an d was buried there. 



9840 ! III. Mathaniel Magruder Jones, b. at Jackson, La., 8 Aug. 1S50; 

a lawyer; grad. at Southern University, Greensborough, Alabama, in 
868 ; was living at Chicago, 111., in Dec. 1873. 

9841 IV. Anna Clinton Jones, b. at Jackson, La., 21 Nov. 1852; died 29 
Oct. 1S54, on a steam-boat, below St. Louis, Mo., while returning from 

j Connecticut, with her mother and aunt, who had been there to visit their 
1 parents. She was buried at Jackson. 



3607 



442 



Eighth Generation. 



9842 V. Henry Mandeville Jones, b. at Jackson, La., 14 Aug. 1S55 

died at Jackson, 16 Sept. 1856, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Thomas Henry and Betsey Maria (Catchell) Bridgman. 3612 

9843 I. Almenia Elizabeth Bridgman, b. at Smithville, U. C, 13 Nov. 

1833 ; died at Smithville, 19 Ap. 1835, and was buried there. 

9844 II. Jonathan Wesley Bridgman, b. at Smithville, U. C, 18 Ap. 1716 
1836; a book-keeper; married at Lockport, N. Y., 8 Ap. 1S61, Henrietta 
Maria Humphrey, of the same place. She was born at Lewiston, N. Y., 

26 June 1S40; died at Buffalo, N. Y., 8 Dec. 1865, and was buried there, 
in Forest Lawn Cemetery. He married (2d), 23 Oct. 1S72, at Buffalo, 
Anna Maria Lamcine, born at Medina, Ohio, 6 Jan. 1S51, dau. of John 
Carlos and Charlotte (Baldwin) Lamoine. They settled at Buffalo, and 
were living there in June 1876. 

9845 III. Mary Cecilia Bridgman, b. at Lockport, NY., 10 Nov. 183S; 
died at Lockport, 9 June 1851, and was buried there. 

9846 IV. Joseph Henry Bridgman, b. at Lockport. N. Y., 27 Jan. 1S49; 
died at Buffalo, N. Y., 1 1 Feb. 1S61, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Nathan Bangs and Mary Jane (Utman) Catchell. 

9847 I. Frances Emily Catchell, b. at Lockport, N. Y., 8 Jan. 1S49; 
! married at Lancaster, N. Y., 5 Sept. 1865, Lewis Harrison Bullis, a civil 

engineer, son of Lewis Mead and Phebe (Griffin) Bullis, of Alma, N. Y. 
1 He was born at East Hamburgh, N. Y. They settled at Lancaster, and 
were living there in May 1S76. 

9848 II. Charles Abram Catchell, b. at Lockport, N. Y., 14 Nov. 1851; 
a civil engineer; married at Brantford, Ont, 29 Ap. 1873, Sarah Elliott, 
dau. of John and Sarah (Elliott) Elliott, of Brantford, where she was born 
in 1855. They settled at Lancaster, N. Y., and were living there in May 
1876. 

9S49 III. Ruth Rocenia Catchell, b. at Lockport, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1853 ; 

married at Lancaster, N. Y., 14 Oct. 1875, Milton Brown, a cashier, son of 
Frank and Nancy (Knox) Brown, of Buffalo, N. Y., where he was born 12 
June 1850. They were living at Lancaster in May 1876. 



! — 



Whitney Family. ' 1443 

Chil. of William McKendree and Sarah Jane (Wilcox) Catchell. 36 1 8 

9850 I. William Bangs Catchell, b. at Napierville, 111., 23 Feb. 1857. 



9851 



985: 



II. Mary Florence Catchell, b. at New Orleans, La., 23 Dec. 1861. 



Chil. of Daniel Kellogg and Sally (Raymond) Nash. 



I. Sarah Ann Kash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 21 Ap. 1821; 
married there, 4 May 1842, at her father's house, William Cannon Sammis, 
a merchant, son of John Seymour and Nancy Williams (Seymour) Sammis, 
of Norwalk, where he was born 26 Now 18 18. They settled at Five Mile 
River, in Norwalk, near Darien post-office, and were living there in Nov. 
1875. 



9853 II. Minerva Elizabeth Wash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 8 Nov. 
1S22 ; married there, 31 Aug. 1843, in the Congregational Church, William 
Asa Raymond, a merchant, of Detroit, Mich., son of Francis and Nancy 
(Hatch) Raymond, of New York, where he was born 25 March 1S19. lie 
died at Detroit, 5 Oct. 1853, and was buried there, in Elmwood Cemetery. 

J She then dwelt at South Norwalk, with her father, till his death in Oct. 
1864, when she returned to Detroit; and, in the Autumn of 1S67, moved 
to Ann Arbor, Mich., remaining there till 1S73. She then returned to 
Detroit, and was living, with her two children, at 635 Second Street, in 

I Nov. 1 87 5. 

9S54 III. Francis Hawley SOash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 27 May 
1825; married at New York City, 2 June 185 1, Sarah Mather Hallock, 
dan. of Dr. Lewis and Susan (Mack) Hallock, of New York, where she- 
was born 5 Sept. 1829. They were living, in Nov. 1S75, at South 
I Norwalk, where he was senior partner in the firm of Nash Brothers, en- 
gaged in the manufacture and sale of stoves, heaters, and tinware. 

I I 

9855 , IV. George Hart Nash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 12 Sept. 1827; 

died there, 5 Oct. 182S, and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery. 

9856 V. Theodore Clark Ptlash, twin, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 26 
j July 1829; died there, 13 May 1844, and was buried in Pine Island 
' Cemetery. 

9857 ' VI. Theodorus Burr fsSash, twin, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 26 

July 1829; married there, at her mother's house, 9 Sept. 1869, Emma 
Elizabeth Palmer, born at North Salem, N.Y., 13 Nov. 1S48, dau. of Walter 



3619 
17 167 



I 7174 



179 



1 444 



9S58 



9S59 



Eighth Generation. 



and Mary (Raymond) Palmer. The 
without children, in Nov. 1875; he be 
Brothers. 



■ere living at South Norwalk, 
a partner in the firm of Nash 



9S61 



9S62 
9863 
9864 



VII. Mary Hallock Nash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 29 Feb. 
1832; married there, 4 Aug. 1S53, at the house of her brother Francis, 
Samuel Henry Orton, of New York City, a physician. They were living, 
without children, at 29 East Twenty-first Street, New York in Nov' 
1875. 



VIII. Clarence Wash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 20 Sept. 1834; 
married in her mother's house at Lambertville, N. J., 28 Ap. 1862, Annie 
Durand, born at Lumberville, I'enn., 9 Aug. 1S41, dau. of Hiram and 
Lydia (Hoffman) Durand, and adopted dau. of Horace Gardiner and Mary 
Elizabeth (Durand) Hyatt. See her record. They settled at South Nor- 
walk, and were living there in Nov. 187;. 



Chil. of Amott Alfred and Deborah (Comstock) Nash. 

9860 I. Stephen Comstock Nash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 23 Sept. 

1832 ; died there, 30 Aug. 1S38 ; and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery. 



II. Frances Catharine Nash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 25 Sept 
1S30; married there, 28 .May 1S52, by Rev. D. R. Austin, Congregational, 
to James Nail, a dealer in dry goods, born at Huddersfield, Eng, son of 
Rev. James and Ann (Winfield) Nail. They settled at 421 Jefferson 
Avenue, Detroit; where she died, 30 Aug. 1S56, and was buried in Elm- 
wood Cemetery. He married (2d) Isabella Beard, of South Norwalk; 
and was living at Detroit in Dec. 1S75. His father moved from Bakewell, 
Eng., in 1S32, to Canada; and thence, in 184S, to Detroit. 



Chil. of Charles and Polly (Nash) Bouton. I 362 

I. Adeline Bouton, married Alexander Archer, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

II. Sylvester Bouton, died young. 
HI. Bouton, died young. 



Whitney Family. 



H4. 



9865 IV. Amanda Bouton, married 

Chicago, 111. 



JrinkerhofT, and settled at 



9566 : V. George Bouton, settled at Chicago, 111. 
i 

9567 ; VI. Charles Bcuton, settled at Omaha, Neb. 



9S6S 



9S69 



9S71 



Chi!, of Burr and Abbie Jane (Morgan) Nash. 

I. Melissa Jane Wash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 14 March 1832; 
married there, 8 Dec. 1855, at her father's house, Douglass Fowler, of 
Norwalk, born about 1826. She died at South Norwalk, 14 Sept. 1855, and 
was buried in Pine Island Cemetery. He was mustered, 14 July 1862, at 
Norwalk, Conn., as captain of Co. A, 17th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; was 
promoted to be Heut.-col. of the same regiment ; and was killed in battle 
at Gettysburgh, Penn., in July 18G3. His body was not recovered by his 
friends, and they suppose that he was buried on the field. 

_ II. Neman Bangs fiash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 7 Sept. 1S34; 
died there, 9 Jan. 1835, and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery. 

III. Sarah Augusta rJash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 8 June 1836; 
married there, 18 (Jet. 1S55. at her father's house, Andrew Thompson] 
They were living at South Norwalk in Nov. 1875; and he was then 
cashier of the Fifth National Bank of New York City. 



IV. Minerva Helen Wash, 

1838; and was living there, with 



at South Nc 
father, in No' 



•walk, 



Conn., 23 Nov. 
unmarried. 



9S72 V. Zeruiah Mash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 1 March 1841; married 
I there, 30 Sept. 1S63, at her father's house, Ebenczer Henry Wing, a 

minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, born about 1S39, son of 
J Ebenezer Henry Wing. He was admitted, on trial, by the Iowa Annual 

Conference, in Sept. 1873, and stationed as pastor' of the church at 
i Birmingham, Iowa. They were living at Fairfield, Iowa, in Nov. 1875. 
] He enlisted at Norwalk, Conn., 3 Sept. 1862, as a private in Co. C, 27th 
! Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry, and lost two fingers in battle. 

9873 , VI. Wilbur ft»ash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 7 June 1845; a clerk; 
j enlisted at Norwalk, Conn., 8 Sept. 1SG2, in Co. C, 27th Reg., Conn. Vol! 
I Infantry; fell in battle at Fredericksburgh, Va., 13 Dec. 1862, and was 
' buried there. 



3624 
17190 



1446 

9874 



Eighth Generation. 



VII. Charles Morgan Nash, b. at South Norvvalk, Conn., 9 March 
1S49; died there, I Jan. [868, and was buried in Pine Island Cemetery. 



Child of Burr and Mary (Wood) Nash. 3624 

VIII. Albert Burr Nash, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 29 Jan. 1855; 
and was living there, with his father, in Nov. 1875. 



Chil. of Philip Hilbert and Amanda Malvina (Nash) Brown. 



3625 



9876 I. Charles Henry Brown, b. at New York City, 19 Aug. 1835; an 

I accountant; married at Washington, D. C, 24 Oct. 1867, by Rev. Samuel 
I D. Finckel, D.D., Lutheran, to Catharine Elizabeth Jaeger, born at 
Orwigsburgh, Penn., 21 Oct. 1848, dau. of Rev. Nathan and Mary Matilda 
{ (Miller) Jaeger. They were living at 1340 Rhode Island Avenue, Wash- 
ington, in Now 1875; he being then Assistant Chief of Division of 
j Currency, Secretary's office, Treasury Department. He enlisted at 
[Stamford, Conn., 12 Aug. 1862; was appointed, 1 Sept. 1862, first-lieut. 
of Co. A, 28th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; was promoted, 18 Oct. 1862, to 
! be adjutant of the same regiment; 20 Feb. 1863, captain of Co. A; 13 
March 1S65, brevet-major of Volunteers, for services rendered 14 June 
! 1863, at Port Hudson, La.; and afterward lieut.-col. by brevet, commission 
dating from 13 March 1865, for services at Port Hudson. 



9877 



9878 



II. Anna Elizabeth Brown, b. at New York City, 20 July 1837; 17194 
married at Stamford, Conn., 7 Oct. 1858, George Lansing Warren, a book- 
keeper, son of Ephraim Chauncey and Louisa (Taylor) Warren, of Stam- 
ford. He was born at Bridgeport, Conn., 30 Dec. 1834. They dwelt at 
Stamford till 1 S64 ; then moved to Washington, D. C, where he was 
employed in the Division of Loans, Secretary's office, U. S. Treasury 
Department; and were living at 1 103 G Street, N. W, in Dec. 1S75. 



III. Mary Frances Brown, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 18 Sept. 

1S39 ; married at Toledo, Ohio, I I Now 1864, Israel Prior, a physician and 
, surgeon, son of Israel and Helena (Lake) Prior, of Staten Island, N. Y., 

where he was born 9 Dec. 1841. The)' settled at Danville, 111., in Nov. 

1864; went, in the Spring of 1868, to Catlin, 111.; and thence, after one 

year, moved to North Stamford, Conn., where they were living in Nov. 

1875. He studied medicine with Dr. James Wood, of New York City, 
land graduated at Bellevue Hospital Medical College. 



"..>: 



Whitney Family. 



447 



Chil. of Edwin and Coletty (Adams) Bouton. 

9879 I. Smith Bouton, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 9 Ap. 1S37; d 'ed at 
South Salem, Aug. 1849, ami was buried there, in the new cemetery. 

9880 II. Mary Cornelia Bouton, b. at South Salem, N. V., 13 June 183S; 
■ unmarried. 

9S81 III. Samuel Hawiey Bouton, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 13 Aug. 
1 1848; died at South Salem, 2 Feb. 1865, and was buried there, in the new 
cemeterv. 



3630 



Chil. of Linus and Laura (Pardee) Bouton. 

9SS2 I. Sarah Elizabeth Bouton, b. at South Salem, N.Y., 10 Sept. 1838; 
married there, 11 Jan. 1S59, by Rev. Aaron L. Lindsley, Presbyterian, to 
Linus Mead, a founder, son of Richard and Hannah (Keeler) Mead, of 
South Salem, where he was born 20 Sept. 1835. See his record. 

9883 II. Mary Esther Bouton, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 10 Oct. 1S41; 
died there, unmarried, 23 Sept. 1 862, and was buried in the South Salem 

i cemetery. 

9884 III. Laura Virginia Bouton, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 21 Aug. 
1844 ; married at Bedford, X. Y., 19 Oct. 1864, by Rev. William Patterson, 
pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Poundridge, X.Y., to Richard Nelson 
Bennett, a blacksmith, son of Dyson Harrison and Mary Ann (Quick) 
Bennett, of Bedford. He was born at Branchport, X. Y., 7 June 1837. 
They were living at Pulteney, X Y., in March 1875, without children. 
He enlisted 7 Aug. 1 861, as bugler of Co. B, 7th Reg., U. S. Sharpshooters 
(Col. Berdan's), and was discharged 21 Nov. 1S62, for disability caused by 
sun-stroke. 



3631 

Ij637 
5536 



Chil. of Ambrose Waterbury and Catharine Ann (Hoyt) Coodsell. 3^33 

9885 I. Harriet Coodsell, married John Coodsell, a farmer, of Westport, 17201 

Conn. 



9886 I II. Sarah Frances Coodsell, was living with her parents in 1873. 
98S7 ! III. Theodosia Coodsell, was living with her parents in 1873. 






1443; 



Eighth Generation . 



Child of Rufus and Sarah (Hoyt) Fillow. 



988S I. Ebenezer Fillow, a carpenter, married Sarah Adams ; and lived 

at Norwalk, Conn., in 1873, without children. 



/ 



Chil. of David Keeler and Elizabeth Ann (Andrews) Hoyt. 



9S90 
9891 



9892 



9S93 



I. Ebenezer Andrews Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 24 Sept. 1S46; 
a farmer; was living with his parents, at Ridgefield, in July 1873, un- 
married. 

II. Charles Franklin Koyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 6 Oct. 1S50; 
and was living there, with his parents, in July 1S73, unmarried. 

III. Edwin Keeler Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 4 Oct. 1S52; and 
was living there, with his parents, in July 1S73, unmarried. 



Chil. of Edwin Smith and Mary Gilbert (Keeler) Hoyt. 

I. Elizabeth Keeler Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield. Conn., 9 Dec. 1S54; a 
teacher; married at Ridgefield, 28 Feb. 1S77, by Rev. U. W. Teller, 

! Congregational, to Lewis Nash Thomas, son of Albert Nash and Alice 
\ Permelia (Northrop) Thomas, and g. son of Elijah Lyon and Sarah (Nash) 
I Thomas, of Ridgefield, where he was born 12 Ap. 1S54. 

II. Mary Eliza Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 10 Oct. 1856; and was 
I living there, in Whipstick District, with her father, in July I S73. 



3^3' 



9S94 



9S95 



Child of Edwin Smith and Frances Jane (Fanton) Hoyt. 

III. William Fanton Hoyt, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 3 July 1S61; 
and was living there, in Whipstick District, with his parents, in July 1873. 



Chil. of Isaac Hull and Almira (Hoyt) Pardee. 
I. Ebenezer Keeler Pardee, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 31 July 1S60; 3037 



died there, 



: 861 , and was buried in South Salem cemetery. 



Whitney Family. *449 



9896 II. Anna Theodosia Pardee, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 25 Jan. 
1863; and was living there, with her parents, in Nov. 1874. 



Chil. of John and Ruth (Sherwood) Keeler. 363S 

9597 I. Edward Smith Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 30 June 1835; an 17204 
underwriter; married at Stamford, Conn., iS May 1859, Sarah Elizabeth 
Lockwood, who was born at Stamford, 22 Dec. 1S36, dau. of Capt. Edmund 

and Anna (Gay) Lockwood, and g. dau. of Augustus and Elizabeth (Peck) 
Lockwood, of Stamford. She died at New York City, 7 Sept. 1862, and 
J was buried on Strawberry Hill, Stamford. He was married (2d), 18 Jan. 
1873, by Rev. Dr. Gallaudet, to Belle Craham Kolcombe, of Westfield, 
Mass. They were living at 45 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Penn., in 
Nov. 1S74. 

9598 II. Theodore Keeler, b. at Carmel, N. V., 27 Sept. 1837; an account- 17206 
ant; married Mary Adams. They were living at 209 East 112th Street, 

j New York, in Nov. 1874; he being then secretary of Howard Fire 
Insurance Co., 66 Wall Street. Pie served for three months in the war of 
1S61, in 22d Reg., N. G. S. N. Y. 

9899 IIP Harriet Augusta Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 30 June 1840; 172 13 
married at St. Mark's (Episcopal) Church, New Canaan, Conn., 30 May 

1865, by the rector, Rev. W. A. DesBrisay, to Justus Fitch Hoyt, a miller, 
son of Justus and Sarah (Rett-) Hoyt, of New Canaan, where he was born 
22 Nov. 1S25. 1 They settled at New Canaan, and were living there in 
Oct. iS74- 

9900 IY. Sarah Adela Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.. 27 May 1S42 ; was 
living in West Avenue, corner of Merwin Street, Norwalk, Conn., in Oct. 
1S74; unmarried. 

9901 V. Elizabeth Philippina Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 4 July 
- 1844; a teacher; was living at New Canaan, Conn., unmarried, in Oct. 

1874; and was then teaching a school at Weston, Conn. 

9902 VI. John Warner Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 20 Ap. 1847; a 
printer; was living at 209 East 112th Street, New York, in Oct. 1S74; 
unmarried. 

990^ VII. Caroline Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Aug. 1S50; was 
living at New Canaan, Conn., in Oct. 1874; unmarried. 

■ Sec the Hoyt Genealogy, p. 504. 



i45o 



Eighth Generation. 



9904 VIII. Charles Rowland Kecler, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 27 March 
1S54; died there, 4 Au s '. 1S57, and was buried in New Canaan Cemetery. 

9905 IX. William Irving Keeler, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 4 May 1S57; 
was a clerk in New York Fire Insurance Co., 72 Wall Street, in Oct. 1874; 
and was then living with his brothers, at 209 East 112th Street. 



Chil. of Benjamin Keeler and Catharine (Keeler) Northrop. 

9906 I. Rebecca Matilda Horthrop, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Aug. 

1 848; graduated at the State Normal School of Conn., at New Britain, in 
Juh' 1871; was a teacher in the Centre School of Norwalk, Conn., in 
1873-74; unmarried. 



3639 



9907 II. Charles Addison Northrop, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 March 
1850; graduated at Vale College in 1872; and was soon elected principal 

I of the classical department of the University Grammar School, at 1 
Winthrop Place, New York, which position he still occupied in Sept. 1873. 
He was studying theology, in Nov. 1877, at Union Theological Seminary, 
New York, in the class of 187S. 

9908 III. Orville Howard Northrop, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Feb. 
J 1859; and was living there, with his parents, in July 1873. 



Chil. of Charles and Annie Force (Shotwell) Keeler. 



5640 



9909 I. Annie Florence Keeler, b. at 14 Liberty Street, New Brunswick, 
N. J., 22 Jan. 1S54: and was living with her parents, at Paterson, N. J., in 
July 1877. 

9910 II. Edgar Augustine Keeler, b. at 49 Green Street, New Haven. 
Conn., 12 Aug. 1S55; and was studying medicine in the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, New York City, in July 1S77. 

99" HI. Lillie Irene Keeler, b. in Smith Street, Paterson, N. J., 12 July 

1S57; died at the same place, 6 May 1858, and was buried in the cemetery 
of the First Presbyterian Church. 



9912 



IV. Frederick Alonzo Keeler, b. in Smith Street, Paterson, N. J., 

3 March 1S59. 



Wlii tn ex Family 



i45i 



9913 , V. Lilian May Keeler, b. at 136 Van Houten Street, Paterson, X. J., 

12 Aug. 1 861. 

9914 j VI. Nelly Agnes Keeler, b. at 136 Van Houten Street, Paterson, 

N. J., 20 Jan. 1S64. 

9915 VII. Minnie Belle Keeler, b. at [36 Van Houten Street, Paterson, 
N. J., S Nov. 1S66. 

9916 ! VIII. Edith Keeler, b. at 136 Van Houten Street, Paterson, N. J., 24 
March 1872; died at 280 Broadway, Paterson. 21 Jan. 1S77, and was 
buried in the cemetery of the First Presbyterian Church. 



Chil. of Henry Burr and Elizabeth (Keeler) Jennings. 

9917 ; I. Alphonso Peristrello Jennings, b. at Compo, Conn., 25 Aug. 
j 1S52; a salesman; married at Southport, Conn., 10 Nov. 1S75, by Rev. 
: Larmon W. Abbott, Methodist Episcopal, to Florence Abbott. 

991 S '. II. Leslie Hill Jennings, b. at Green's Farms, in Weston, Conn., 21 
1 Aug. 1856; and was living there, with his parents, in July 1S73. 



99 1 9 



Chil. of Ceorge and Sarah Emily (Ells) Keeler. 
I. George Willis Keeler, b. at Cheshire, Conn., 6 Ap. 1861. 



9920 ' II. Edwin Jeremiah Keeler, b. at Cheshire, Conn., 14 Oct. 1S65. 

9921 III. Theodore Ells Keeler, b. at Cheshire, Conn., 8 Feb. 1S71; and 
died on the same da)-. 



Chil. of Lewis Burr and Mary (Keeler) Jennings. 

9922 , I. Sylvester Penfield Jennings, b. at Westport, Conn., 5 Dec. 

1856; died there, 26 Aug. 1S59, and was buried at Fairfield, Conn" 

9923 II. Emma Frances Jennings, b. at Westport, Conn., 9 Sept. 1S61. 

I 



3641 



3642 



3643 



1452 Eighth Generation. 



9924 III. Alice May Jennings, b. at Wcstport, Conn., 50 Oct 1865; died 
there, 7 Dec. lS6S, and was buried at Fairfield, Conn. 

9925 IV. Cstella Keeler Jennings, b. at Westport, G nn . [9 June 1S72. 



Chil. of Sylvester and Elizabeth (Austin) Keeler. 3644 

9926 I. Charles David Henry Keeler, b. at 150 Crosby Street, New York, 
2 Nov. 1865; died at the same house, 15 Ap. 1864, and was buried in 
Green\v< od Cemetery. 

9927 II. Elizabeth Ann Keeler, b at 34 East Houston Street, New York, 

24 Jan. 1S66; and was living with, her mother in Aug. 1S77. 

992S HI- Hannah Ada Keeler, b. at London, Eng., 2 Feb. 1868; died at 

New York City, 13 Oct. 1S6S, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 



Chil. of Silas Perkins and Sarah Delia (Judd) Keeler. 3646 

9929 I. Irving Phelps Keeler, b. in Centre Street, Wallingford, Conn., 18 
July 1 866. 

9930 II. Louisa Smith Keeler, h. in Main. Street, Wallingford, Conn.. 22 
May 1869; died at Wallingford, 5 Aug. 1874, and was buried there. 

9931 III. Bertha Judd Keeler, b. in Main Street, Wallingford, Conn., 2S 
Oct. 1872. 

9931a IY. Ralph Henry Keeler, b. in Main Street. Wallingford, Conn., 12 

March 1874. 



Chil. of Philip Elijah and Eliza Newell (Watson) Keeler. V ;" 

I. George Philip Keeler, b. at Burlington, Yt.. 4 Feb. 1841 ; 17217 
married at Fort Slocum, D. C, 24 July 1863, Sarah Mead, of Irasburgh, 
Yt.; and was living at Canton, Dakota, in Jan 1S76. lie served in Co. F, 
11th Reg., Vt. Vol. Infantry, during the war o\ 1861. 



Whitney Family. 



H53 



9933 ' II. Eliza Jano Keeler, b. at Burlington, \'t., 23 March 1S43; mar- 
i ried, 14 Feb. 1865, Eli Nelson Peck, son of Moses Peck, of Jericho, 

Vt, and probably g. son of Eli and Amanda (Bartlett) Peck,' of the same 
place; and was living at Burlington in Jan. 1S76. 

9934 j III. Samuel Watson Keeler, b. at Burlington, Vt, 3 March 1845; 

died at Whitehall, N. V., 6 Aug. 1S47, and was buried there. 

: 9935 I IV. Martha Ann Keeler, b. at Whitehall, N. Y., 28 Ap. 1847; was 
a student at State Normal School, Oswego, N. Y., in Jan. 1S75. 



, 9936 ! V. Samuel Watson Keeler, b. at Champlain, N. Y., 12 March 1850; 
and was living at Providence, R. I., in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 



9937 



9938 

9939 
9941 



9942 



9943 



994-1 



Child of Horace and Mary Jane (Keeler) Fairfield. 

I. P</iary Isabel Fairfield, b. at Essex Centre, Vt, 7 Nov. 1853 ; and 
I was living there in Jan. 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of Joseph Keeler. 
I. Edwin Keeler, was living at Red Creek, N. Y., in July 1S75. 
II to IV. Names not reported. All have died. 



Child of David Keeler. 



I. Gertrude Keeler. 



Chil. of Robert and Grace (Keeler) Holland. 

I. Ellen Holland, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2S July 1843; died un- 
married, 24 Oct. 1867, at Cortland, 111., and was buried there. 

II. Thomas Holland, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 28 Ap. 1845; a farmer; 
married at her father's house, II Oct. 1870, Fanny Augusta Hopkins, dau. 

■ See The Descendants of Joseph Peek, p. 323. 



365' 



3653 



3656 



3658 



■219 



1454 



Eighth Generation. 



9945 
994(5 
9947 



994S 
9949 
9950 

995i 
9952 



of Cyrus Bigelow and Fanny (Larkin) Hopkins, of Cortland, 111., where 
she was born. They were living at Cortland in Jan. 1S76. 

I 

III. George Holland, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.. 31 May 1S48 ; and was 
living with his parents, unmarried, at Cortland, 111., in Jan. 187G. 

IV. Nathan Gilbert Holland, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., S Aug. 1S52; 
?:,d was living with his parents, unmarried, at Cortland, III, in Jan. 1876. 

V. Jane Elizabeth Holland, b. at Kaneville, 111., 22 Ap. 1S59; and 
was living with her parents, at Cortland, 111., in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of Charles and Julia (Buxton) Keeler. 

I. George Keeler, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., in Jan. 1S5S; and was 
living with his parents, at Kaneville, 111., in July 1873. 

II. Frank Keeler, b. at Kaneville, 111.; and was living there, with his 
parents, in July I 873. 

III. Lena Keeler, b. at Kaneville, 111.; and was living there, with her 
: parents, in July 1873. 

IV. Herbert Keeler, b. at Kaneville, 111.; and was living there, with 
j his parents, in July 1873. 

V. Emma Keeler, b. at Kaneville, III; and was living there, with her 
j parents, in July 1873. 



3659 



Child of Nelson and Jane (Keeler) Fancher. 3661 

9953 i I. Charles Henry Fancher, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 3 Feb. 1856; 
and was living there, with his parents, in July 1S73. 



Chil. of Ceorse Stephen and Elizabeth (Keeler) Trowbridge. 

9954 ; I. Charles Keeler Trowbridge, b. at Grassy Plain, in Bethel, Conn., 
I IO Oct. 1S52 ; a hatter; married, 14 Oct. 1873, Dora McDole. They were 
! living at Bethel in Dec. 1875. 



3 ,,o; 



Whitney Family. 



'45 



9955 II. Frank Creen Trowbridge, b. at Bethel, Conn., 15 March 1S55; 
a joiner; was living at Naugatuck, Conn., in Dec. 1S75. 

9956 III. Leroy Gilbert Trowbridge, b at Bethel, Conn., 11 June 1S64; 
died at Bethel, 2 June 1874, and was buried there. 



Chil. of William Wesley and Emily (Keeler) Peck. 

9957 I. Grace rVJay Peck, b. at Cortland, 111., 29 Sept. 1869. 

9958 II. Charles Vespasian Peck, b. at Sycamore, 111., 22 Aug. 187; 



3663 



Chil. of Jeremiah 1 and Elizabeth (Bentley) Bass. 



3664 



9959 I. Hannah Bass, b. at Northampton. N. V., 3 Ap. 1792; married, 16 17221 
Oct. 1 8 14, Ezra Lyon, a deacon of the Baptist Church in Northampton. 

She died 1 3 Feb. 1 S43, and was buried in Ridge Road Cemetery. 

9960 II. Samuel Bass, b. at Northampton, N. Y., 31 July 1793; married 
at her father's house, 19 July 1S1S, Charlotte Kagadorn, dau. of Jonathan 
Hagadorn, of Providence, N. Y. He was married (2d), 20 March 1S36, 
in the Baptist Church at Northville, N. Y., by Elder Aaron Simmons, to 
Louisa Lewis. He died 12 Feb. 1843, and was buried in Northville Cem- 
etery. 



9961 III. William Bentley Bass, b. at Northampton, N.Y., 26 July 1795: 
married at her father's house in Northampton, N. Y., 29 Jan. 1S18, Irena 
Lyon; died "on Lake "Ontario," 20 Oct. 1869, and was buried at Sacket's 
Harbor, N. Y. His wife also was buried in Sacket's Harbor Cemetery. 



1 Reports received since page 606 was printed, 
show that Jeri mi \h Bass, No. 3664, was born 
in Conn., 6 July 1 70S: a farmer, and a success- 
ful trapper and hunter; married a' 'Out 1 791, and 
settled in the wilderness of Cau .rhnawaga. after- 
ward Broadalbin, and now Northampton, N. Y., 
one mile north-east from the village of North- 
ville, where he cleared up his farm, . >n which his 
twelve children u ere born, and on which he and 
his wife died — he, 13 Tune 1832; she. 17 Au^. 
183S. They were buried in Northville Ceme- 



tery. She was dau. of William Bentley, and was 
born in Ma-,., 13 July 1772. 

His brother, /. (dok B iss, No. 3665, settled 
three miles fu.:her north, in the present town of 
H-pe, N. Y., where he reared a large family of 
children, fie was buried in Stony Creek Falls 
Cemetery. 

His brother, Zebui in B ISS, No. 3666, settled 
:ie Island, in the River St. Lawrence, 
and died of cholera. He had a large family. 



1456 Eighth Generation. 



9962 IV. Jeremiah Bass, b. at Northampton, X. Y., 3 March 1797; 
died at his father's house, 27 July 1819, and was buried in Northville 
Cemetery. 

9963 V. Elizabeth Bass, b. at Northampton, N.Y.,25 Nov. 1798; married 
at her father's house, 26 Nov. 18 1 8, Caleb Slocum, a deacon of the Baptist 
Church in Northampton. She died there 26 July 1866, and was buried in 
Ridge Road Cemetery. 

9964 VI. Catalina Bass, b. at Northampton, N. Y., 1 Jan. 1S01; died at 
her father's house, 5 Sept. 1822, and was buried in Northville Cemetery. 

9965 VII. Clarinda Bass, b. at Northampton, N. Y., 6 July 1802; married 
there, 29 June 1826, Edward Birch Lyon, a farmer, son of Abel and Esther 
Lyon, of Northampton, formerly of Edinburgh, N. Y., where he was born 
25 Nov. 1798. They dwelt in Jefferson Co., N. Y., for five years; then 
settled at Dundee, Mich., where he died in Jan. 1865, and was buried. 
She afterward moved to Petersburgh, Mich., and was living there in Aug 
1877. 

9966 VIII. Abraham Van Arnam Bass, twin, b. at Northampton, N. Y., 

13 Jan. 1805; a physician and teacher; died at Hamburgh, N. Y., 31 Dec' 
1834, and was buried in Northville Cemetery. 

9967 Ix - Isaac Turner Bass, twin, b. at Northampton, N. Y., 13 Jan. 
j 1805; married at her father's house in Edinburgh, N. Y., 26 Nov. 1826, 

Wealthy Ann Robinson. He died at Hamburgh, N. Y., 19 June or July 
1840, and was buried in Northville Cemetery. 

996S X. Jacob Bass, b. at Northampton, N. Y., 26 July 1S07; died at 

Middletown, N. Y., 2 Oct. 1S26, and was buried in Northville Cemetery. 

9969 XL Solomon Bentley Bass, b. at Northville, N. Y., 10 June 1810; 
a farmer; married at Edinburgh, N. Y., 5 June 1836, Harriet Brundige| 
dau. of Nathan and Sabra (Harrington) Brundige, of Edinburgh, where 
she was born 5 June 1S16. They settled on his father's homestead, one 
mile north-east of Northville; where she died, 29 Sept. 1S50, and was 

i buried in Northville Cemetery. He left Northville, iS Dec. 1SG8; settled 
five miles from Toulon, III., and was living there in Aug. 1S77. 

9970 XII. Elisha Bentley Bass, b. at Northville, N. Y., 30 Aug. 1S12; a 
farmer; married at her father's house, two miles south of Northville, '26 
Jan. 1840, by Rev. Joseph F. Spiers, Methodist Episcopal, to Eunice 
Ferguson. The)- were living at Toulon, 111., in Aug. 1S77. 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Zadok Bass. 

9971 I. Nathaniel C, Bass, a teacher and farmer; settled at Hope, N. Y, 

on a farm adjoining that of his father. 

997 ia II. Joseph Bass, was living at Hope Falls, N. V., in Aug. 1877. 

9971b III. George Bass, was living at Hope Falls. N. Y., in Aug. 1877. 

There were several others in this household. 



[ 457 
366; 



Chil. of Zebulon Bass. 
9971.- I. William Bass, was living at Clayton, N. Y., in 1866. 
997 io II. John Bass, was living at Clayton, N. V., in 1866. 



997- 



Chil. of Scth and Elizabeth (Whitney) Downs. 

I. Sarah Downs, b. at Elizabethtown, U. C, 3 Nov. 1S00; married 
Ephraim Webster; and settled at Brockviile, C. W., where he was col- 
lector of Customs. He died at Brockviile; and she was living there in 
Oct. 1S76. 



3666 



366S 
1/239 



9973 II. Laranah Downs, b. at Leeds, U. C, 21 June 1S03; married at 17243 
Lewiston, N. Y., I Sept. 1825, John William Kemmis, a machinist, son of 
William Kemmis, of Cambridge. X. Y., where he was born 19 July 1799. 

They were living at Schenectady, X. Y., in July 1865. 

9974 III. John Whitney Downs, b. at Elizabethtown, U. C, 21 March 17250 
1806; married at Ridgeway, X. Y., 9 May 1834, Maria Louisa Wilkins, 

born at Montpelier, Yt., 1 Feb. 18 16, dau. of Richard and Maria (Emerson) 
Wilkins. They dwelt at Hamilton, U. C, for six years; then settled at 
I Brantford, U. C, and were living there in Oct. 1876. He dwelt at Gains- 
borough, U. C, for seven years before marriage. 

9975 IY. Laura Downs, b. at Elizabethtown, U. C, 8 Oct. 1809; married 
Hill, of Pelham, U. C. ; and died in 1835. 



H58 



Eighth Gene i-a t ion . 



Chil. of Squire and Mabel (Downs) Obanks. 1 

j * 

9976 I. Moses Banks, b. at Weston, Conn.; a merchant-tailor; married 
Marietto Lyon, of Xorwuik, Conn.; and settled at New York City. 

9977 II. ft/label Banks, b. at Weston, Conn. 

9978 ' III. Ransford Banks, b. at Weston, Conn.; married Elizabeth Wise- 

man ; and died. 

9979 W- Hannah Whitney Banks, b. at Weston, Conn.; married Nathan 
Wilcox, of Norwalk, Conn.; and died. 



3670 



9981 



9982 



Chil. of Morris and Sarah (Davis) Downs. 

3o j I. William Ward Downs, b. at Danbury, Conn., 6 JuneiSiS; a 
farmer; married in 1838, at Danbury, Mary Ann Kellogg; married (2d), 
in 1848, at Fishkill, N. V., Angelina Smith ; and was living at Danbury in 
1874. He enlisted at Danbury, 22 Aug. 1862, in Co. B, 23d Reg., Conn. 
Vol. Infantry; and served for one year. 

II. Paulina Downs, b. at Danbury, Conn., 8 Oct. 1S22; married 
there, 17 May 1843, b )' Rev - R - K - Webb, Baptist, to Samuel Clark Baxter, 

I a shoemaker, son of Thomas and Sarah (Stoeker) Baxter, of Miry Brook, 
in Danbury, where he was born 4 June 1S22. They dwelt at Mill Plain, 

' Danbury, till 1 Nov. 1845; at Middle River, Danbury. till 1 Oct. 1S4S; 
at Branchport, in Jerusalem, N. Y., till 1 Ap. 1859; at Kinney's Corners, 
in Jerusalem, till 1 Oct. 1861; and then settled at Benton Centre, X. Y., 

i where they were still living in Ap. 1874. They were constituted mem- 
bers of the Universalist Church of Branchport, in 1850; and he was the 
Sunday-school superintendent till they left the place. 

III. Samuel Ftforris Downs, b. at Danbury, Conn., 20 Oct. 1S26; 
and was living there in 1S73, a farmer. He enlisted at Danbury, 6 Aug. 
1S62, in Co. C, 17th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; and served for three years. 

IV. Beulah Ann Downs, b. at Danbury, Conn., 3 July 182S; mar- 
ried there, 31 May 1853, by Rev. William I.. Clapp, pastor of the Second 
Baptist Church, to Clark Hickock, a hatter, son of Clark and Jane Ann 
(Furman) Hickock. of Danbury, where he was born 16 Sept. 182S. They 
were living at Danbury in 1S74. 



36/1 



// liitney Family 



99S4 



V. Seth Andrews Downs, b at Danbury, Conn., 27 Sept. 1830; a 
hatter; married at Starr's Plain, in Danbury, 13 Oct. 1852, by Rev. Joshua 
Hudson, Methodist, to Mary Eveline Osborn, dau. of Richard and Ann 
(Bronson) Osborn, of Starr's Plain, where she was born 27 Sept. 1830. 
They dwelt at Brooklyn, X. Y., till 1S57; and then returned to Starr's 
Plain, where she died. 2 May 1857, and was buried. Pie was married (2d), 
2 Feb. 1850, at Newtown, Conn., by Rev. X. E. Marble, Episcopal, to 
Sylvia Taylor, dau. of William Baruch and Lucy (Shepard) Taylor, of 
Newtown, where she was born 29 Jan. 1837. They were living at Danbury 
in 1S74. 



Chil. of Daniel and Mariana (Downs) Andrews. 

99 s 5 I. Mabel Andrews, b. at Weston, Conn., 21 March 1.S26; lived with, 
her aunt, Mabel Andrews, at Reading, Conn.; and there died, 31 Aug. 
i 1843, and was buried. 

99 g 6 II. Lydia Ann Andrews, b. at Reading, Conn., 7 March 1S28; died 
at Danbury, Conn., 26 Feb. 1S50, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. 



Child of Hezekiah and Sarah (Downsj Parsons. 

99S7 I. Caroline E. Parsons, b. at Danbury, Conn., ujum 
lived there, unmarried, with her father, in 1 87 V 



[S44; and 



H59 



3672 



3673 



Chil. of Kiram and Melinda (Downs) Wood. 

9988 I. Mary Elizabeth Wood, b. at Danbury, Conn., 22 Nov. 1825; 
married at Brookfield, Conn., 29 Ap. 1846, Allen Rogers, of Bridgeport, 
Conn., a millwright, born near Poughkeepsie, X. Y., son of Thomas and 
Mary (Lutten) Rogers. 1 They lived at Bridgeport four months; at 
Southville, Conn., six years; at Xewtown, Conn., one year; and, since 
I S53, at Brookfield. 

99S9 II. Emily Catharine Wood, b. at East Hartford, Conn., 8 May 1827; 
died at Hartford, Conn., 29 Ap. 1S37. 

9990 : HI. Ann Maria Wood, b. at East Hartford, Conn., 8 Ap. 1S29; and 
' died there, 19 Aug. 1S30. 

1 Thomas Rogers lived at Bridgeport when his son was married: and he died there, 17 \r> 
1S50. His widow died 17 Jan. 1S60. " t 



3674 
17273 



1460 



Eighth Generation. 



9991 



IV. Samuel Merwin Wood, b. at Hartford, Conn., 25 Jan. 1831; a 
hatter; married at 63 New Street, Newark, N. J., 23 July 1853, by Rev. 
Samuel Vanzant, Methodist Episcopal, to Emily Van Houten, dau. of Ralph 
Swackhammer and Elizabeth (King) Van Houten, of Harrison, N. J., and 
g. dau. of Jasper and l'hebe (Budd) King. She was born at Newark, 6 Oct. 
1835. He dwelt at Orange, N. J., for two years; at Harrison, two years; 
and, in 1855, settled at Newark, where his widow was living in 1S74; ad- 

I dress, 1 14 Banks Street. He enlisted in Ap. 1861, in a three months N. J. 

'regiment, and, in the same year, in Co. D, 8th Reg., N. J. Volunteers, in 
which he became orderly sergeant ; and was wounded in the hand, in front of 
Fredericksburg, which led to his discharge. In May 1863, he enlisted in 
Co. I, 35th Reg., N. J. Volunteers; was captured at the battle of Atlanta, 
22 July 1864; was confined, for three months, in the prison at Anderson- 

I ville, where he contracted pulmonary consumption, which ended in death, 

,4 May 1870, at St. Michael's Hospital, corner of High Street and Central 
Avenue, Newark. He was buried in the Soldiers' lot, Fairmount Cemetery. 

9992 V. William Henry Wood, b. at Hartford, Conn., 23 June 1833 ; and 
i died there, 28 July 1834. 

9993 VI. Isaac Sperry Wood, b. at Hartford, Conn., 16 Jan. 1S3S; and 
died there, 21 Jan. 183S. 

9994 VII. George Calvin Wood, b. at Hartford, Conn, 4 Oct. 1839; and 
/as living at Danbury, Cuiin., in 1874. 



9998 



Chil. of Eli and Matilda Bradley (Downs) Hickock. 

9995 I. Henry Hickock, lived at Danbury, Conn., in 1874. 

9996 II. George Hickock, lived at New York City in 1874. 

9997 III. Eliza Hickock, was reported as dead in 1874. 



Chil. of Orris Baldwin and Emoline (Downs) Barber. 

I. George Washington Barber, b. at Cornwall, Conn., 12 May 

1834; a carpenter; married at Warren, Conn., 6 June 1859, Mary Eliza 

Ryder, dau. of Richard and Emily (Bailey) Ryder, of Bantam Falls, Conn., 

j formerly of Canaan, Conn., where she was born 14 March 1839. They 

dwelt at Cornwall till March 1861 ; at Patterson, N. Y., till 1 Ap. 1867; 



075 



3676 

7285 



9'J'J'J 



Whitney Family 



and then settled at Danbury, Conn., where they were still living in 
1S74. 

II. Matthew L. Barber, b. at Cornwall, Conn., 16 Oct. 1S3G; married 
at Danbury, Conn., 20 Nov. 1872, Rosina W. Osborn. 



I 46 I 



Chil. of Daniel and Catharine (Downs) Andrews. 

IOOOO I. Polly Andrews, b. at New Britain, Conn., iS Feb. 1831; died at 
[Bethel, Conn., 10 Ap. 1849, and was buried there, in the Congregational 
I Church-yard. 



3077 



1 000 1 II. Daniel Morris Andrews, b. at Reading, Conn., 5 Dec. 1S33 ; a 
i carpenter; married in Deer Hill Street, Danbury, Conn., 31 Dec. 1854, by 
Rev. Enoch S. Huntington, Congregational, to Julia Ann Coley, dau. of 
Zalmon and Laura (Seeley) Coley, of Trumbull, Conn., where she was 
born 12 Dee. 1S31. They settled at Danbury, and were still living there- 
in 1S74. He enlisted, 11 Feb. 1862, in Co. B, 1st Reg., Conn. Vol. 
Artillery, for three years; reenlisted 12 Feb. 1864, served to the end of 
the war, and was honorably discharged, 1 Sept. 1865. 

10002, III. Elizabeth Andrews, b. at Newtown, Conn., 22 June 1S36; 
married by Rev. James Harris, Methodist, at Westfield, N. J., 16 Aug. 
1855, to Alanson Piatt Arnold, an express-agent, born at Danbury, Conn., 
22 May 1S33, son of Peleg and Sabrina (Hickock) Arnold. He died of 
typhoid fever, 13 Sept. 1S62, at Westfield; and was buried there. She 
dwelt at Weston, Conn., for several years after his death ; and was living 
at Danbury in 1874. 



17299 



Chi 



of Orry and Polly (Downs) Cuiles. 



10003 I- John Henry Guiles, b. at Newtown, Conn., 14 Feb. 1S42; married 
i there, 29 March 18G2, by Rev. Mr. Bood, Episcopal, to Juliet Tongue. 
He was a soldier in the war of 1S61. 



3G/8 



7302 



10004. H- George Whitney Guiles, b. at Newtown, Conn., 17 Sept. 1S44; 
J died at Weston, Conn., 12 Aug. 1S64, and was buried in Reading Ridge 
Cemetery. 



10005 



III. Orry Edgar Guiles, b. at Reading, Conn., 12 July 1846; married 17304 
at North Salem, N. Y., Dec. 1864, Mary Betsey Nichols. 




Eighth Generation. 



is 



3, b. at Reading, Conn., S Ap. 1848; 17307 : 
Rev. William Town, Methodist, to Ceorge 



IV. Frances Janet Guiles, 

married there, 24 Dee. 1.SG7, by Rev. w 1111am town, lUetnouist, to ceorge 
Sherman, a button-maker, sen of Ebenezer and Eunice (Fainveather) 
Sherman, of Weston, Conn. He was a soldier in the war of 1861; and 
lived at Reading in 1 874. 



V. Emily Catharine Guiles, b. at Readi 
ind lived there in 1S74. 



Conn., 1 1 Dec. 1850; 



Chil. of Samuel and Jane (Scholefield) Whitney. 



36S3 



1000S , I. Hannah Retta Whitney, b. at Upper Highlands, Philipstown, 

N. V., 27 Aug. 1838; married at her grandmother's house, in Philipstown, 
20 June 1866, by Rev. E. Sherman Bishop, Methodist, to John Broas 
Cargill, a farmer, son of James 1 and Phebe (Broas) Cargill, of Philipstown, 
where he was born 11 Jan. 1831. They were living in Nov. 1874, within 
I a quarter of a mile of the Dutchess Count}' line. 



II. Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 8 Dec. 1839; mar- j 
ried at Rushford, X. V., 20 June 1858, Myron Morgan, a farmer, son of 
; Samuel and Clarion (Holt) Morgan, of Genesee Falls, N. V. He was 
born at Portage, X. V., 7 Sept. 1837. They dwelt at Allen, N. Y., till 
1S59; at Genesee Falls, two years; at Eagle, X. Y., two years; at Pike, 
X. Y., five years; then settled at Rushford, and were living there in 1874. 



III. Harriet Whitney, b. at Philipstown, N. Y 
iving at Galesburgh, 111., in 1S74, unmarried. 



?S Feb. 1S41 ; was 



7316 



IV. Sereno Banks Whitney, b. at Fishkill, X. Y., 1 May 1842; a 
farmer; married at Centreville, X. V., 1 1 March 1863, Rhoda Rebecca 
Crowell, dau. of David and Phebe (Shotwell) Crowell, of Centreville, 
! formerly of Cohocton, X. Y., where she was born iS Feb. 1S38. She died 
at Ulster, Iowa, 29 Aug. 1870, and was buried in Ulsterville Cemetery. 
He married (2d), 1 Sept. 1872, at Ulster, his first wife's cousin, Esther 
Crowell, dau. of Edward and Caroline (Persons) Crowell, of Ulster, form- 
erly of Bloomfield, Wis., where she was born 8 June 1S52. He dwelt at 
Pike, X. V., in 1863 ; at Hume, X. Y, in 1864; at Pike again, in 1865-66; 
at Castile, N. Y., in 1S67; then settled at Ulster, and was living there in 
1874- 



7319 



V. Isaac Scolefield Whitney, b. at Fishkill, N. Y.. 2 Ian. 1S44; 
enlisted at Pike, X. Y., in Co. C, 104th Reg., X. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; was 



*■ James Cargill, born at Stamford, Conn 
OcL 1792, was son of Henry Cargill, an 



•ho was horn at New Y< 
Island, 14 May 1757. 



k City, or on 



Whitney Familv 



H63 



, wounded in the battle of Antietam, Md., 17 Sept. 1S62, died the next 
morning, and was buried in grave 21S, lot B, section 25, of the National 
Cemetery at Antietam. 

10013 VI. Abram Purely Whitney, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 7 March 1S46; 

I enlisted in Co. A, 140th Reg., X. V. Volunteers; was killed in the battle 
of The Wilderness, 6 May 1 864, and was buried on the battle-ground. 

10014 VII. James Levi Whitney, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 26 June 1S4S; 
a farmer; lived at Rushford, X. Y., in 1S74, unmarried. 

10015 ■ VIII. Marana Whitney, b. at Philipstown, N. Y., 3 July 1S50; mar- 

ried at Rushford, N. Y. 2 Dec. 1S73, James F. Russell. 



1 00 1 6 



IX. Ceorge Hutchinson Whitney, b. at Pike, X. Y., 7 June 1853: 
a farmer; lived at Rushford, X. Y., in 1S74, unmarried. 



Chil. of Joseph and Esther (Whitney) Soule. 



36S9 



10017 I. Sapho Elvira Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 14 Oct. 1S09; married 
there, in her father's house, by Rev. Benjamin Wooster, Congregational, 4 
May 1 S3 1, to Hiram Barlow, a farmer, born at Fairfield, 6 July 1809, son 
of Ebenezer 1 and Orissa (Wilmarth) Barlow. They have resided at Fair- 
field Center, Vt., since their marriage; and lived near the Congregational 
Church in 1873. 

II. Albert Gallatin Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt.; a trader and farmer; 
married Elizabeth Pierce Putnam, of Boston, Mass.; married (2d) Adeliza 
Fairchild, of Fairfield, who was born 13 Feb. 1S34. He was living at 
Fairfield in 1S73 ; and was then town-clerk. 



III. Harrison Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt., 30 March 1S13; and died 
there, unmarried, 3 Dec. 1S36. 



IV. La Fayette Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt. 
Fairfield, and died there, 16 x-\p. 1S63. 



May 1 Si 5 



:d at 



V. Joseph Douglass Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt., 16 March 1817; an 
iron-manufacturer; married Mary Elizabeth Barnes; and lived at St. 
Alban's, Vt., one mile east of the Weldon House, in 1873. 

J Ebenezer Barlow died at Troy, X. V., 14 Sept. 1S14. 



•329 



1464 



Eighth Generation. 



10023 
10024 



VI. Clarissa Whitney Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt., 1 Feb. 1S19; mar- 
ried there, 2 1 Feb. 1843, Rensselaer Read Sherman, M. D., who was born 
at Fairfield, 23 Dec. 1S18, son of Elijah and Sarah (Larkin) Sherman, and 
grad. at Albany Medical College, Albany, N. V., 2^, Jan. 1S49. They 
resided at Fairfield till May 1854; and then removed to St. Alban's, Vt, 
where he practised his profession, and was deputy-collector of Customs, in 
1873. 

VII. Orissa Barlow Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt., S May 1821. 

VIII. Lucia Esther Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 13 Sept. 1822 ; mar- 
ried Alonzo Allen Farrand ; and had no children. 



10025 



IX. Samuel Hungerford Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 3 Sept. 1824; 
married, 24 Nov. 1S59, Sarah Emily Merrill, who was born 15 Nov. 1835. 



X. Hiram Barlow Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 13 Jan. 1827; married 17338 
Louisa Q. Curtis; and lived at St. Alban's, Vt, in 1S73. 



XI. Augusta Eugenie Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt., 23 Sept. 1829: 
died 20 Jul\- 1872, unmarried. 



Chil. of Salmon and Harriet (Whitney) Soule. 



30')2 



10028 I. Emily Hamilton Soule, b. at Fairfield, Yt, iS Aug. 1821; mar- 17344 
ried Ceorge W. Ball ; and lived at St. Alban's, Vt, in 1873. 

10029 II. Edwin Carlos Soule, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 13 Feb. 1823 ; a justice 1735 I 
of the peace; married at Fletcher, Vt, I May 1849, Jane C. Wheeler, 

dan. of Ira and Eunice (Bradley) Wheeler, of Fletcher, formerly of Fair- 
field, where she was burn 20 Jan. 1S26. 

10030 III. Helen Mar Soule, b. at Fairfield, Yt., 14 Ap. 1824; married 17355 
Edward J. Hicks, an iron-founder, of St. Alban's, Yt. ; and died at Troy, 

N. V., in Sept. 1S69. 



IV. Mariette Soule, b. in West Street, Fairfield, Vt, 18 May 1826; 
married there, by Justice Joab Smith, at her father's house in West Street, 
13 May 1S49, t0 John Wight Nye, a farmer, son of Benjamin and Mary 
(Wight) Nye, of Fairfield, formerly of Marlborough, N. H., where he was 
born 12 Ap. 1821. The}- settled at Fairfield; where she died 7 Sept. 1852, 
and was buried in South Cemetery. He was living about one mile west of 
the centre of Fairfield in 1873. 



1 - 



Whitney Family. 



10032 V. Sarah Soulc, b. at Fairfield, Vt., in May 1 S 3 5 ; married there, 
Richard Peters, a farmer and large land-holder ; and lived at Rich Valley, 
or Rosembnt, Minn., in 1872. 



Chil. of Anson and Eunice (Whitney) Buck. 

I. Elizabeth Murray Buck, b. at Fairfield, Vt., 13 Dec. 1818; mar- 
ried at Cambridge, Vt., 22 May 1 844, Harman Morse, a farmer, son of 

: Daniel and Delia (Northrop) Morse, of Fairfield, where he was born iS 
Nov. 1 Si 5. She died 21 Aug. 1852, after many years of suffering, which 

I she bore with exemplary patience and hopefulness. He married a second 
wife, and lived at East Cambridge, Vt., in 1S73. 



'7353 



3693 
17363 



10034 II. Abigail W. Buck, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 10 Aug. 1820; died at 
J Fairfield, 3 Sept. 1834, and was buried there. 

10035 HI- Wiiiiam Whitney Buck, b. at Fairfield, Vt, 1 Dec. 1S25; a 
farmer; married at Cambridge, Vt., 5 Dec. 1848, Harriet Laura Read, dau. 
of Rensselaer and Harriet (Buck) Read, of Fairfield, where she was born 
13 Nov. 1826. He was killed by lightning, while going from Cambridge 
to Burlington, Vt., 26 July 1S51; and was buried at Cambridge. 



> See the Hyde Gene 



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17366 



Chil. of Charles and Elizabeth (Beers) Bulkley. 3695 

10036 I. Mary Elizabeth Bulkley, b. at Southport, Conn., 10 July 1832 ; \736j 
. married there, 9 Oct. 1855, by Rev. Mr. Purdy, Episcopal, to Isaac 

Jennings, a ship-master, son of Abraham Gould and Anna (Burr) Jennings, 
i of Fairfield, Conn., where he was born 3 Ap. 1823. They were at sea for 

two years; dwelt at Brooklyn, N. V., from 1858 to 1S60; and then settled 
I at Fairfield, where they were living in 1S74. Since leaving the sea, he 
! has been engaged in the manufacture of Japanese paper-ware. 

10037 II- Elizabeth Whitney Bulkley, b. at Southport, Conn., 18 Aug. 17369 
1834; married there, 20 Uct. 18/O, Frederick Swartz Hyde, a clergyman, 

' who was born at Brooklyn, N. Y., son of Simeon and Catharine Abiah 
: (Cleveland) Hyde. 1 They settled at New Haven, Conn.; and moved 
! thence to Lockport, N. Y., where they were living in Sept. 1874. 

10038 III. Charles Eleazar Bulkley, b. at Southport, Conn., 1 Sept. 1S36; 
died there in 18 37, and was buried in Oakland Cemeterv. 



1466 Eighth Generation 



10039 IV. Georgiana Bulkley, b. at Southport, Conn., 23 Ap. 183S; \7170 
married there, 20 Oct. 1^57, William B. Nichols, son of Samuel and Susan 
(Warner) Nichols. They lived at 16 East 74th Street, New York, in 1S74. 

10040 V. Catharine Bulkley, b. at Southport, Conn., 10 Nov. 1840; and 
lived there in 1S74. 

10041 VI. Charles Henry Bulkley, b. at Southport, Conn., 22 March 1S44; 17375 
married at Portland, Conn., 4 Sept. 1S66, by Rev. S. M. Emery, D.D., 
Episcopal, to Emily Churchill Brainerd, born at Portland, 13 Nov. I S46, 

dau. of Erastus and Emily Hall (Churchill) Brainerd. He was an importer 
and dealer in foreign and domestic paper-stock, at 1 2J Reade Street, New- 
York, in 1874, and lived at S3 Park Avenue. 



Chil. of Jonathan and Mary Frances (Nichols) Beers. 3696 



10042 1. Mary Holberton Beers, b. at Black Rock, Fairfield, Conn., 2 Feb. 
1849; married at her father's house, 16 Gallatin Place, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
by Rev. John A. Paddock, D.D., 29 Jan. 1874, to Eben Joseph Knowlton, 
of Upton, Mass., born at West Upton, 2^, June 1844, son of William and 
Charlotte (Taft) Knowlton. They resided at 16 Gallatin Place, Brooklyn, 
in 1874. He is a manufacturer of straw goods. 

10043 II. William Hanford Beers, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 3 May 1856; 
and lived with his father, at 16 Gallatin Piace, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1874. 



Chil. of William and Jane Eliza (Booth) Beers. 3^99 



10044 I. Caroline Whitney Beers, b. at Boston, Mass., iS June 1S51 ; died 
at Boston, 29 Sept. 185S, and was buried at Fairfield, Conn. 

10045 II. Charles William Beers, b. at Boston, Mass., 29 Ap. 1S55. 

10046 III. Willard Humphrey Beers, b. at Boston, Mass., 4 Oct. 1S60; 
died there, 13 Oct. 1S62, and was buried at Fairfield, Conn. 

Child of William and Caraphelia Gallatin (Howard) Beers. 3^99 

10047 IV- Albert Howard Beers, b. at Baltimore, Md., 2 March 1S70. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Curtis Russell and Elizabeth (Merritt) Whitney. 

1004S I. Silas Augustus Whitney, b. at Patterson. N.V., 14 Feb. 1S27; 

farmer; married at Superior, Washtenaw Co., Mich., Lydia Ann Robinson, 
I of Green Oak, Mich.; married (2d) in Monroe Co., Mich., Jane Wheeler, 
dau. of Jonas Wheeler. They were living at Laingsburgh, in Sciota, Mich., 
in 1874. 

10049 II. Curtis Russell Whitney, b. at Patterson, N. V., 2S Jul}- 182S ; a 
grocer; married at Superior, Mich., 17 Oct. IN50, Orilia Taylor Clark, who 
was born at Lyndon, X. Y., iS Oct. 183 1, dau. of James and Mary (Corey) 
Clark. They settled at Maple Rapids, Mich., and were living there in Feb. 
1874. 

10050 III. Bradley Thomas Whitney, b at Patterson, X. V., 16 June 
1831; a farmer ; married in Clinton Co., Mich., Emily Creen. They were 
living at Bath, Mich., in March 1S74. Me was a soldier in the war of 1S61. 

1005 1 IV. George Washington Whitney, b. at Patterson, X. Y., 21 May 
1833; a carpenter; married at Philipstown, X. Y., 13 Aug. 1857, Hester 
Ann Croft, who was born at Philipstown, 1 Dec. 1837, dau. °f Stephen and 
1 Betsey (Selleck) Croft. He was a policeman at Brooklyn, X. Y., from 
1866 to 186S ; a trader there, 1868 to 1869; and, in Nov. 1873, was living 
at Peekskill, X. Y., engaged in the study of law. 

10052 V. Mary Jane Whitney, b. at Superior, Mich., 17 June 1835 {var., 26 
'July 1840); married there, in 1853, Lyman Butler, a farmer, of Monroe 
Co., Mich., where he died about 1S67. She was married (2d), 25 Dec. 
1S65, at Maple Rapids, Mich., by Rev. E. T. Branch, Baptist, to Uriah 
Cronenvhet, a farmer, who was born at Toronto, C. \Y., 9 March 1840, son 
of Michael and Phebe (Diver) Cronem het. They settled at St. Charles, 
] Mich., and were living there in March 1S74, without children. He enlisted 
at Monroe City, Mich., 24 Aug. 1861, in Co. I, nth Reg., Mich. Vol. 
Infantry; and was discharged at Detroit, Mich., 22 June 1S63, for disability, 
caused by spinal affection. He took part in the battles of Fort Donelson, 
28-30 Nov. 1861; Crab Orchard, Ky., 2-6 June 1S62 ; Frankfort, Ky., 26 
June 1862, when he was wounded, and lay four days on the field, without 
care; Fulaski, Tenn., 17 Oct. 1862, where he was wounded in his left leg 
bv a buck-shot, which he still carries ; and of Stone River, 29-3 1 Dec. 

: 1862. 



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3700 
17378 



73S: 



VI. Hiram Tooker Whitney, b. at Superior, Mich., 21 March 1857; 
a carpenter and joiner; married at Bengal, Mich., 24 July 1858, by Levi 
Jones, Fsq., to Marian Lucretia Hayes, born at Bengal, 17 Oct. 1S42 ; and 
was divorced from her in 1865. He was married (2d), 22 Sept. 1867, at 



I4 68 Eighth Generation. 



10053.. 



[0055 



10056 



the village of St. Charles, Mich., by George A. Wallace, Esq., to Mary 
Elizabeth Miller, whose parents then lived at Chesaning, Mich. She was 
born in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, 21 March 1848, dau. of John and Sarah 
(Davis) Miller. They dwelt at St. Charles till 1 Feb. 1S6S; at Victor, 
Mich., till 20 Sept. 1869; at Oakley, Mich., till 19 Feb. 1S70; and then 
moved to Maple Rapids, Mich., where they were living in Feb. 1S74. 

VII. Elvira Whitney, b. at Superior, Mich., about 1839; died aged 
6 months. 

VIII James Voiney Whitney, b. at Superior, Mich., in 1841; a 1738; 

trader; married Frances They were living at DeWitt, Mich., in 

lMarch'1874 

Child of Bradley Francis and Ann (Birch) Whitney. 3/C-2 

I Hannah Whitney, b. at Carmel, N. V.; died at Hennepin, 111., 
when seven or eight years old, " a year or two before the death of her 
father." 



Child of Peter Radcliff and Eliza (Baker) Whitney. 

I. Josiah Baker Whitney, b. at Patterson, X. Y., 26 July 1826; 
died there, 26 June 1S27, and was buried in the cemetery near the Baptist 
Church, at Towner's, in Patterson. 



Chil. of Thomas Aaron and Naomi Jane (Dykeman) Whitney. 3705 

10057 I. Mary Missouri Whitney, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 4 March 1S40; 

died there, unmarried, 29 Jan. 1S62, and was buried in Cortlandt Cemetery. 

1005S II. Josephine Dykeman Whitney, b. at Peekskill, X Y., 12 May 

1S42; married there, 24 Sept. 1S67. by Rev. Polhemus Van Wyck, to 
Warren Reynolds, a farmer, born at Cortlandt, X. Y., son of Isaac and 
(Post) Reynolds; died at Peekskill, 22 Feb. 1868, without chil- 
dren, and was buried in the Ref. Dutch Church-yard, three miles south of 
Peekskill, in the town of Cortlandt. He married (2d) her sister, Jane 
Adelaide Whitney. 

10059 III. Adelaide Augusta Whitney, b. at Peekskill, X. Y., 22 Ap. 
1844; died there, 13 Sept. 1S45, and was buried in Cortlandt Cemetery. 



IVhitney Family 



10060 IV. Jane Adelaide Whitney, b. at Peekskill, N. V., 21 Jan. 1S46; 
married there, 23 Nov. 1 870. by Rev. Charles P. Page, to Warren Reynolds, 
whose first w ife was her sister Josephine. They lived at White Plains, 
N. Y., in Nov. 1873, without children. 



I469 



10061 V. Augusta Justina Whitney, b. at Peekskill, N. Y 
and lived there, with her father, unmarried, in Nov. 1873. 



10 M; 



:S 4 9; 



10062 VI. Maria Louisa Whitney, b. at S3 Eighth Avenue, New York, 13 
Aug. 1854; and lived with her father, at Peekskill, N. Y., unmarried, in 
Nov. 1874. 

10063 VII. Thomas Joseph Whitney, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1S56; 
a drug-clerk; lived with his father, at Peekskill, in Nov. 1873. 

10064 VIII. Jessie Mary Whitney, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 13 June i860; 
and lived there, with her father, in Nov. 1873. 



Chil. of Washington Silas and Nancy Maria (Korton) Whitney. 



10065 I- Thomas Horton Whitney, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., about 1S37 ; a 
physician ; lived at New York City, unmarried ; and died there, 3 Sept. J 
186S, aged 30 years, according to the monument in Cortlandt Cemetery, 
two miles north of Peekskill, where he is buried. 



3706 



10066 II. Silas Russell Whitney, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 10 May 1839; died 
2S June 1S39, and was buried in Cortlandt Cemetery, two miles north of 
Peekskill. 

10067 HI- Silas Russell Whitney, b. at Peekskill, X. Y, about 1841; 17388 
grad. at the University of New York; went to England, and there married 

Carpenter, a dau. of " Gen. Carpenter; " and lived with his wife's 

mother in England, in 1S73. 



Chil. of Levi and T4ancy Ann (Whitney) Owen. 

10068 I. Silas Jasper Owen, b. at Philipstown, now Putnam Valley, N. Y., 
2 Dec. 183 1; educated at State Normal School, Albany, N. Y.; admitted 
to the Bar, at New York City, in Nov. 1S63; and was practising his pro- 
fession at Peekskill, N. Y., in Nov. 1S73; unmarried. 



3/07 



10069' II- Thomas Whitney Owen, b. at Philipstown, now Putnam Valley, 



i 4 7o 



High th Generation . 



N.Y., 5 Ap. [833; a moulder; married at Philipstown, 25 March 1857, 
Susan Adelia Croft, who was born there, 28 Jan. 1838, dan. of Henry and 
I Mary (Nelson) Croft. They resided in Main Street, Peekskill, N. Y., in 

Nov. 1873. 

III. Washington Silas Owen, b. at Philipstown, now Putnam 
Valley, N.Y., 1 June 1 N 3 5 : was a clerk in the stove and hardware store of 
his uncle, Washington Silas Whitney, 1 09 and 11 1 Beekman Street, New 
York; and was last seen by his friends at Hoboken, N. J., 17 March 1S54, 
since which they have heard nothing from him, and suppose that he was 
murdered. 

IV. ftancy Maria Owen, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 7 Ap. 183S; 17391 
married there, 7 Oct. 1 8G8, by Rev. Harvey Alley, Baptist, to Andrew 
Jackson Dean, a farmer, son of Jonathan and Permelia (Price) Dean, of 
Carmcl, N. Y., where he was born 12 March 1S34. They lived at Mahopac 
Falls, in Carmel, in Nov. 1873. 



10072 V. Jane Fayette Owen, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 11 June 1 84 1 ; 

married there, 8 Ap. 1858, James Barnum Lickley, a farmer, born at 
1 Putnam Valley, son of John and Mary (Cole) Lickley. She procured a 
divorce from him, 10 Feb. 1865; and married (2d), at Putnam Valley, 28 
Feb. 1865, Sarlls Drew, a farmer and dealer in live stock, son of Gilbert 
and Betsey (Clawson) Drew, of Kent, N. Y., where he was born 29 Ap. 
1824. He was living at Kent in Nov. 1873, having been a member of the 
Legislature of New York, in 1S71, and supervisor of the town of Kent for 
seven years. 



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10073 VI. Phebe Adeline Owen, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 3 Jan. 1843; 17398 

1 married there, 14 Sept. 18G6, John Lester, a trader and machinist, son of 
Jacob and Electa (Ferris) Lester. They lived at 1 Maple Street, Pough- 
keepsic, N. Y., in Nov. 1873. 



10074 



VII. Sarah Augusta Owen, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 29 Jan. 
1846; married there, 11 Oct. 1871, by Rev. Jabez Marshall, Baptist, to 
James Robert Wright, a carpenter and joiner, born at Lake Mahopac, 
Carmel, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1S50, son of James and Mary Ann (Wixon) Wright. 
He resided with her mother, at Oscawana Corners, Putnam Valley, in Nov. 
1873. 



Chil. of Ira and Lydia (Bolt) Whitney. 



I 7402 



3708 



10075 - I- Eliza Whitney, b. at Patterson, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1823; married at 17403 
Ludingtonville, N. V., 4 June 1844, by Allen Light, Esq., to Nathaniel 



Whitney Family. 



147 i 



Kirk, a mason, sun of John and Man (Wixon) Kirk, of Kent, N. V., where 
he was born 15 March 1813. They dwelt at Ludingtonville till 1 Ap. 
1847 ; at East Fishkill, N. Y., till 1 Ap. 1848 ; at Farmer's Mills, in Kent, 
till 1 Ap. 1S49; at Ludingtonville again, till 1 Ap. 1857; at Carmel, X. V., 
till 1 Ap. 1S58; then returned to Ludingtonville, and were living there in 
1S74. They are members of the Baptist Church. 

[O076 II. Russell Whitney, b. at Kent, N. Y., 24 Nov. 1824; died 11 Nov. 
1S48, unmarried, and was buried at Kent. 

10077 HI. Sarah Whitney, b. at Kent, X. Y., 7 Ap. 1826; died at Kent, 10 
Feb. 18^1, and was buried there. 



IV. Ephraim Whitney, b. 

Ap. 1845, Susan Brewer, born 
lived at Lake Mahopac, Carmel, 



at Kent, X. Y., 4 Aug. 
in Putnam Co., X. Y., 2: 
X. Y., in 1S74. 



S27 ; married, 6 
Feb. 1 82 7 ; and 



17416 



10079 ^ ■ Orrin Whitney, b. at Kent, X.Y., 6 Oct. [828; a farmer; married 
at Ludingtonville, Kent, 2 1 Aug. 1S47, Sarah Maria Sprague, born at 
Kent, 6 March 1846, dan. of Horace and Esther (Cronk) Sprague. He 
settled at Kent; and, about 1853, left his family and went to Joliet, 111. 
His friends have not heard from him since iS6r; and suppose that he vol- 
unteered as a soldier, and died during the war. 



17418 



100S0 VI. Levi Russell Whitney, b. at Kent, X. Y., 20 Sept. 1830; a 

miller; married at Patterson, X. Y., 3 July 1S52, by Rev. Epenetus Piatt 
Benedict, Presbyterian, to Phila Jane Ballard, dau. of Darius and Caroline 
(Eastwood) Ballard, of Patterson, formerly of Lexington, X. Y., where she 
was born 20 Jan. 1S36. The} - dwelt at Patterson for one year; at Luding- 
tonville, N. Y., twelve years; at Southeast, X. Y., one year; at Sherman, 
Conn., one year; at Pawling, X. Y., three years; and, in 1S74, had lived 
at Beekmanville, X. Y., for two years. 

10081 VII. Emily Whitney, b. at Kent, X. Y., 2 May 1S32; married, 2j 
Ap. 1807, Lewis A. Brown, a blacksmith, s<>n of Thomas and Phebe 
(Angevine) Brown, of Westchester Co., X. Y., where he was burn 19 Aug. 
1S24. They were living at 238 East 40th Street, Xew York, without 
children, in 1S74. 

100S2 VIII. Ira Whitney, b. at Kent, X. Y., 14 June 1833 ; and died there, 
17 March 1S34. 



10083 IX. Daniel D. Whitney, b. at Farmer's Mills, in Kent, X. Y., 1 Nov. 
1834; a carriage-smith; married at Poughkeepsie, X. Y., 1 Sept. 185S, by- 
Rev. George S. Hare, Methodist, to Mary Ann Tompkins, dau. of George 



i 4 72 



Rio- I i th ( i en ci -a Hon . 



Washington and Emeline (Crane) Tompkins, of Poughkeepsie, where she 
was born 18 July 1833. He left his father's house in 1850; dwelt at 
Beekman, N. Y., for three years; at Poughkeepsie seven years; at Dover, 
N. Y., two years; then settled at Amenia, N. Y., and lived there in 1874. 

[00S4 X. William Harrison Whitney, b. at Kent. N. Y., 9 July 1S36; 
died young. 



10085 



10087 



10089 



XI. Cornelia Whitney, b. at Kent, N.Y., 26 May 1838 ; died young. 

XII. Lydia Whitney, b. at Kent, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1S39; died young. 

XIII. Philincia Whitney, b. at Farmer's Mills, Kent, X. Y., 23 Sept. 
1843; married at Beekman, X. Y., 4 Aug. i860, by Rev. DeWitt C. Yan 
Gaasbeck, Methodist Episcopal, to William Watson Donaldson, a farmer, 
born in Xew York City, 6 July 1S37, son of John and Mary (McCormick) 
Donaldson ; and settled at Beekmanville, X. Y., where they were still 
living in [874. lie enlisted, 1 1 Oct. 1862, in Co. G, 150th Reg., X. Y. S. 
Vols.; took part in the battles of Gettysburgh, Penn., Resaca, Ga., Dallas, 
Ga., Atlanta, Ga., Savannah, Ga., Averysborough, N. C, and Burtonsville, 
N. C; and was mustered out S June 1S65. 

XIV. Levina Whitney, b. at Farmer's Mills, Kent, N. Y., 16 Nov. 
1S44; married at Patterson, X. Y., 12 Aug. 1S66, Elijah Ballard, a black- 
smith, born in Delaware Co., X. Y., S Sept. 1837, son of Darius and Caro- 
line (Eastwood) Ballard. They lived at Ludingtonville, N. Y., in 1874. 
He served for three years in the war of 1861, enlisting 4 Sept. 1S62, in the 
I72d Reg., or Anthony Wayne Guard; was transferred to Co. L, 6th Reg., 
N. Y. Heavy Artillery; and was discharged, as a corporal, 20 July 1S65, 
"having been in the battles of Williamsport, Manassas Gap, Bristow Station, 
eleven days in the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, ' Allison's farms, Bethesda 
Church, North Anna River, Cold Harbor, Pefersburgh, Cedar Creek, 
Shenandoah Vallev, and Bermuda Front." 



Chil. of James and Levina (Whitney) Mills. 

I. Mary Mills, b. at Patterson, X. Y., 7 March 1822; married there, 
24 Jan. 1841, at her father's house, by Rev. John Warren, Baptist, to 
DeRuyter Cay, 1 a farmer, born at Southeast, N. Y., 28 March 1819, son of 
Daniel and Phebe (Shaw) Gay. They settled at Patterson, near Towner's 
Station ; and were living there in Feb. 1 874, on her father's homestead. 

■His brother, Daniel Gay, married his wife's aunt, Mary Whitney, No. 3714. 



7424 



742f 



Whitney Family 



10090 II. Ephrairn Mills, b. at Pattersc 
Southeast, N. Y., 21 Sept. 1826. 



X. Y., }o Nov. 182^ 



Chil. of Cershom Turnoy and Sarah (Davis) Whitney. 

10091 I. Cershom Turney Whitney, b. at Pawling, X. V.; died at Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y., aged five or six years. 



1473 



37 1 3 



10092 
10093 
10094 
10095 
10096 



II. Jane Whitney, died aged about eight or ten years. 

III. Albert Whitney. 

IV. George Whitney. 

V. William Whitney. 

VI. Joseph Whitney. 



Chil. of Daniel and Mary (Whitney) Cay. 

10097 I- Isaac Washington Gay, b. at Patterson, N. Y., 22 July 1837; a 
teacher and physician; grad. at the Eclectic Medical College of Philadelphia, 
Penn., in 1870; was living with his parents, at Candor, N. Y., in Dec. 
1874, unmarried. 

10098 II. William Henry Harrison Cay, b. at Patterson, X. Y., 13 Feb. 
1841; a telegrapher; served under the Sanitary Commission, in Virginia, 
during the war of 1861; married at Bound Brook, X. J., 13 Feb. 1867, 
Philena Catharine Cole. They were living at Syracuse, N. Y., in Feb. 

1874. He was then superintendent of the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 
from Cleveland, Ohio, to Xew York City. 

10099 III- Martha Maria Gay, b. at Patterson, N. Y., 4 May 1843; died 
near Dykeman's Station, in Southeast, N.Y., 6 July 1848 ; and was buried 
in the cemetery east of the Baptist Church, in Carmel, X. V. 

10100 IV. Mary Etta Gay, b. near Dykeman's Station, in Southeast, X. Y., 
2 Jan. 1848 ; and was living with her parents, unmarried, at Candor, N.V., 
in Feb. 1S74. 



10101 V. Lilian Gay, adopted 5 May 1! 
13 Sept. 1S68. 



She was born at Owego, N. Y., 



3714 



1474 Eighth Generation. 

Child of Joshua and Catharine (Bell) Whitney. 

10102 I. Isaac James Whitney, b. at Patterson, N. Y., 9 Oct. 1859; was 

living with his parents, near Dykeman's post-office, in Southeast, N. Y., in 
Nov. 1873. 



Chil. of William J. and Ruth (Benson) Vermilya. 371/ 

10103 I. Frances ArviSIa Vermilya, b. at Ulysses, N. Y., 19 Ap. 1830; 17434 
married at Ruggles, Ohio, 25 Ap. 1850, by Rev. Seth G. Clark, Presby- 
terian, to Isaac Fuller Camp, a farmer, born at Kent, Conn., II Feb. 1823, 

son of Samuel and Myra (Hopkins) Camp, of Kent, and later of New 
York, Ohio, and Michigan. From their marriage to June 1853, they lived 
at Ruggles; and then removed to Algansee, Mich., where they still lived 
in 1S74. 

10104 II. Emily Benson Vermilya, b. at Sugar Hill, in Jersey, X. Y., 6 17441 
Dec. 1831 ; married at Sullivan, Ohio, 3 Sept. 1853, by Rev. H.L. Parrish, 
Methodist, to William Henry Myers, a farmer and dairyman, son of John 
Corbly and Elizabeth (Eakleberry) Myers, of Clear Creek, Ohio, where he 

j was born 24 May 1832. They were living at Homerville, Ohio, in 1874. 

10105 III. Phila Albina Vermilya, b. at Sugar Hill, in Jersey, N. Y., ^o 17448 
Oct. 1833; married at Ruggles, Ohio, 7 Sept. 1854, by Rev. W. F. Milli- 

kan, to Hiram Milton King, a farmer, born at Pompey, N. Y., I I Feb. 
1833, son of Paul and Sarah (Carr) King, of Jackson, Ohio. They have 
dwelt at Hillsdale, Mich.; Steuben, Ind.; and New London, Ohio, where 
they were still living in 1874. 

10106 IV. Sidney Smith Vermilya, b. at Farmington, N.Y., 27 Oct. 1835; >74 ; - 
a farmer; married at Ashland, Ohio, 6 Oct. 1863, by Rev. Charles Hartley, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Amanda Fluke, dau. of Henry and Margaret 
(Switzer) Fluke, of Orange, Ohio, where she was born 30 May 1842. 

They dwelt at New London, Ohio, for seven years; at Clear Creek, Ohio, 
two years; and settled, 18 Dec. 1S72, at North Fairfield, Ohio, where 
they were still living in 1874. 

10107 V. Elkanah Benson Vermilya, b. at Ruggles, Ohio, 9 Sept 1S37; 
died 31 May 1S38. 

1010S : VI. Commodore Chauncey Vermilya, b. at Ruggles, Ohio, 25 
March 1839; enlisted in Sept. 1861, at Ashland, Ohio, in Battery D, First 
Reg., Ohio Volunteers; and died from sicknes>, 16 June 1862, at the 
; Sawyer House Hospital, near Cornith, Miss, and was buried there. 



J 



Whitney Familv 



H7S 



10109 VII. Eliza Prudence Verrnilya, b. at Ruggles, Ohio, 4 Ap. 1S42; 
grad. at Hillsboro' Female College, in Highland Co., Ohio, iniS66; a 
teacher; married at her father's house at Savannah, in Clear Creek town- 
ship, Ohio, 31 Jan. 1 Sj I, James Tytler Johnson, a teacher, son of John and : 
Elizabeth (Tytler) Johnson, of Butler, Ohio, formerly of Brownhill, in the 
parish of Tough, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, where he was born iS Oct. 
1S40. He grad. at Washington and Jefferson College, Cannonsburgh, j 
1 Penn., in 1869. They dwelt at Rome City, Ind., till 15 March 1871; at 
: Stryker, ( >hio, till 5 Ap. [872; and then settled at Kcndallville, Ind., where 
they were still living in 1 S74, engaged in teaching. 



7456 



10110 VIII. John Benson Verrnilya, b. at Ruggles, Ohio, 26 May 1S44; 
a farmer; married at Savannah, Ohio, 2 Jan. 1868, Mary Elizabeth Frizzle, 
dan. of Lovelace and Sarah (Smith) Frizzle, of Savannah, where she was 
born 21 Oct. 1S47. They settled at Ruggles, 9 Ap. 1868; and were living 
there, without children, in 1874. 



IX. Albert Gallatin Verrnilya, b. at Ruggles. Ohio, 15 Sept. 1846; 17458 
a farmer; married at her father's house, 6 Oct. 1S70, by Rev. George 
McKillips, Methodist Episcopal, to Semantha Sophia Crawford, dan. of 
Greenberry and Margaret (Elkey) Crawford, of Clear Creek, Ohio, form- 
; erly of Salem, Ohio, where she was born 10 July 1848. They were living 
at Savannah, Ohio, on his father's homestead, in 1 874. 



Chil. of Charles and Mary (Verrnilya) Warner. 

I. Delia Warner, b. at Canandaigua, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1S54; married 
there, 18 March 1852, Edward Power, a farmer, son of William Payne and 
Dorcas (Arnold) Power, of Farmington, X. Y., where he was born 30 
March 1831. They lived at Canandaigua till 1 Ap. 1S67; then moved to 
West Farmington, X. Y., and were living there in 1874. 



3713 
17460 



II. Julia Warner, twin, b. at Canandaigua, X. Y., 28 Feb. 1S37; died 
at Canandaigua, 1 1 Jul}- 1S6G, and was buried there. 

III. Ella Warner, twin, b. at Canandaigua, X. Y., 28 Feb. 1837; died 
at Canandaigua, 8 Feb. 1869, and was buried in the same grave with her 
twin sister. 



IV. Phila Arvilla Warner, b. at Canandaigua, X. Y., 16 July 1S39; 17461 

i house, by Rev. J. Alabaster, 
born at Galen, X. Y., 5 July 



married there, ic 



[867, at h 



fath 



Methodist, to James Kenry Jones, a far 



i 4 ?6 



Eighth Generation. 



1837, son of Richard and Ann (Vanluven) Jones. They settled at Parma, 
where his parents then resided; and were living there in 1874. 



Child of William Wallace and Arvilla (Vermilya) Macard. 

10116 I. Edward Franklin Macard, b. at Rushville, in Gorham, N. Y., 3 

Jan. 1847; a local preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and, in 
1874, a student in Garret Biblical Institute, at Evanston, 111. He joined 
Co. G, 15th Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry, in Dec. 1861, as fifer; and served 
with it through the war, and till discharged at Detroit, Mich., 5 Sept. 1865. 
He was in the battle of Shiloh, 6 and 7 Ap. 1S62 ; the siege of Corinth; 
the battle of Corinth, 3 and 4 Oct. 1862; the siege of Vicksburgh, June 
1863; and the battle of Jackson, Miss., July 1863. After a furlough of two 
months, his regiment started for Atlanta, under Gen. Sherman; proceeding 
thence to Savannah, Ga., and from there by Beaufort and Columbia, S. C, 
Cheraw, Fayetteville and Goldsboro, N. C, to Washington, D. C, and 
thence to Little Rock, Arkansas, where they staid till August 1S65. 



Chil. of David and Hannah (Earlow) 1 Smith. 



37^ 



I. Josiah Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 3 March 1814; married at 17463 
Southeast, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1837, Matilda Cage, dau. of Selah and Esther 
(Lockwood) Gage, of Southeast. They settled at Ridgefield ; where he 
died 13 Jan. 1834, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. She was living at 
Ridgefield in Aug. 1S77. 



II. Lorana Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 16 Jan. 1816; married 
there, 3 Sept. 1837, Selah Cage, a shoemaker, son of Selah and Esther 
(Lockwood) Gage, of Southeast, X. Y. They settled at Ridgefield, where 
she was still living in Aug. 1S77. He enlisted there, 6 Sept. 1862, in Co. 
K, 23d Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; and died of disease, in Louisana, 2 July 
1863. 



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10119 III. John Barlow Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 31 Aug. 1820; a 

harness-maker; married at Ridgefield, 26 Feb. 1843, by Rev. Warner 



1 The following dates were received after pages 
! 676 and 677 were printed : 

Amy Barlow, No. 3727, was born 24 May 1790. 
! Phebf. Barlow, No. 3727a, was born in 
March 1792. 

Goi-ld Barlow, No. 3727c, was born in 
Dec. . 



Samuel Whitney Barlow, of Clinton, N. V., 
mentioned in note to No. 4512. was, without 
doubt, the same whose birth is given at No. 
1129a; but the records of his family have not 

been obtained. 



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Hoyt, rector of St. Stephen's (Episcopal) Church, to Elizabeth Smith, dau. 
of Gamaliel and Polly (Northrop) Smith, of Ridgefield, where she was born 
17 June 1821. They settled at Carmel, N. Y. He died there, 15 Ap. 
1S74, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery, at Ridgefield. She returned 
to Ridgefield in Sept. 1874, and was living there in Aug. 1877. 



Chil. of David Scott' and Elizabeth (Abbott) Barlow. 

I. John Henry Barlow, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 7 Nov. 1S32 ; mar- 
i ried at Newtown, Conn., 13 May 1861, Emeline Cilbert, dau. of George 
and Julia Ann Gilbert. She died 25 Oct. 1S75. fie married (2d), 29 May 
1 1877, Lina Ells, dau. of Edwin and Mary Ann Ells, of Ansonia, Conn. 
I They were living at Birmingham, Conn., in Aug. 1877. 



101 191 : II. David Edson Barlow, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 1 Dec. 1834; died 
at Sing Sing, N. Y., unmarried, 20 Feb. 1864, and was buried at Birming- 
ham, Conn. 



3728, 
17468 



101 191 



III. Mary Elizabeth Barlow, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 30 Sept. 1837; 
died at Birmingham, Conn., unmarried, 13 Aug. 1869, and was buried 
there. 

IV. rVlorris Keeler Barlow, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 1 March 1S43; 
i died at Birmingham, Conn., 6 June 1S52, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Walter and Phebe Ann (Sweeney) Whitney. 



37?9 



I. Whitney, married Julius Wechselberg ; and was living at 

216 Fourteenth Street, Milwaukee, Wis., in Ap. 1875. 



II. Walter Robert Whitney, served in Co. B, 1st Reg., Wis. Volun- 
teers, and in Co. L, 1st Wis. Artillery; and was living at Milwaukee, Wis., 
in 1875. 

■ David Scon BARLOW, 3728a, b. at Ridge- born at Fairfield, Conn., though his birth was 

field, Conn., 19 Mav 1809; a blacksmith; dwelt recorded at Ridgefield. lie was a blacksmith, 

at Ridgefield till Oct. 1S.19, then settled at Bir- and died at Ridgefield 14 Oct. 1S4S. 
mingham, Conn., where he died 6 Nov. 1862, His .grandfather, |mix B\ri.i>w, who married 

and was buried in Birmingham Cemetery. His Sarah Whitnev, Xo. 2S0. may have been the same 

widow was living at Birmingham in Aug'. 1877. who was born at Fairfield, Conn., 21 Feb. 1746- 

His father, John Barlow, No. 112S, was 1747, son of Jabez and Elizabeth (Hunt) Barlow. 



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UlHIl lO ULl. IOJ1. 1 lie_) 

873; and then moved to 
in July 1 875. 



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10125 



Chil. of William Milton and Rebecca Anna (Whitney) Northrop. 

I. Eliza Adams Northrop, b. at 66 South Pearl Street, Albany, 
N. Y., 3 Sept. 1834; married at Watertown, Wis., 17 Dec. 1S56, Ceorge 
Huntley Cordon Copland, a land-purveyor, son of Alexander and Anna 
(Anderson) Copland, of Huntington, Canada East, after Oct. 1834, and 
formerly of Aberdeen, Scotland, where he was born iS Oct. 1831. They 
dwelt chiefly at Milwaukee, Wis., till D 

j Grayson, Cal., where they were liv 

II. Mary Treat Northrop, b. at 66 South Pearl Street, Albany, N.Y., 

7 Ian. 1836; married at Whitewater, Wis., I Jan. 1859, Edward Woodbridge 
Tuttle, a brickmaker, son of Lyman' and Martha (Tuttle) Tuttle, of Mart- 
ford, Conn., where he was born 16 June 1830. They moved, in Sept. 
1859, to Middletown, Conn.; in 1862, to Hartford, Conn.; 24 Aug. 1863, 
to Farmington, Wis.; 20 Aug. 1864, to Middletown again; 16 Jan. 1865, 
to Erie, III; 1 March 1S67, to Middletown once more; 1 March 1S6S, to 
I North Haven, Conn.; 8 Nov. 1872, to Thomaston, Conn.; and 16 Dec. 
1873, returned to Erie, 111 , where they were living in June 1875. 

III. Henry Whitney Northrop, b. at Schenectady, N. Y., 3 Oct. 
1838; married in 1862, at Chicago, 111., Sarah O'Connell. They were 
living at Grayson, Cal, in May 1875, without children. He enlisted at 
Chicago, in 1861; and was discharged in 1865. 



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IV. Louisa Chloe Northrop, b. ii 

May 1840; married in 1S58, at Chicago, 
living at Chicago in May 1875. 



Beaver Street, Albany, N. Y 
111., Ceorge P. Leon. They \ 



10126 V. William IViilton Northrop, b. in Beaver Street, Albany, N. Y., | 

i 17 May 1842; died at Vincennes, Ind., 5 Sept. 1S66, and was buried in 
i Vincennes Cemetery. He enlisted, 4 Sept. 1864, in Co. E, 1st Reg., Wis. 
I Heavy Artillery; and was discharged 26 June 1S65. 

10127 ! VI. Anna Northrop, b. in Lodge Street, Albany, N. Y., 1 Ap. 1844; 
Idied 14 Feb. 184;, and was buried in the cemetery on State Street Hill. 



Chil. of Lucien Vernon and Rebecca Anna (Whitney) Zander. 

VII. Lucien Vernon Zander, b. at 68 Fourth Street, Troy, N Y., 
28 Nov. 1847; and was living at Cold Spring, Wis., in May 1875. He 
enlisted, 21 Aug. 1864, in Co. 15, 3d Reg., Wis. Vol. Infantry ; and was 



' Lyman Tuttle was born a 
Conn., 15 June 1790. His wife 
dau. of Jude Tuttle, was born 



North Ha 
Martha Tu 
t Howe, Mi 



vedi 



(ford, Windsor 



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10130 



discharged 9 June 1865, having taken part in the battles of Averysborough 
and Bentonville, in which last he was wounded. 

VIII. James Tacitus Zander, b. at 14 Clinton Street. Milwaukee, 
Wis., 4 Nov. 1849; and was living at Cold Spring, Wis., in May 1S75. He- 
enlisted, 25 March 1865, in Co. E, 37th Reg., Wis. Vol. Infantry; and was 
discharged 27 July 1865. 

IX. Lycurgus Julien Zander, b. at Farmington, Wis., 23 Dec. 1S51; 
and was living at Cold Spring, Wis., in May 1S75. 

X. Frances Belle Zander, b. in Fourth Street, Watertown, Wis., 13 
Dec. 1S55; and was living at Cold Spring, Wis., in May 1875. 

XI. George Edward Zander, b. at Farmington, Wis., 3 July 1S59; 
and was living at Cold Spring, Wis., in May 1875. 



Chil. of John Penbody and Anna Eliza (Whitney) Knight. 3733 

10133 I. Julia Knight, was living in March 1877; residence unknown. 

10134 II. Eben Knight, was living in March 1S77; residence unknown. 



Chil. of Jacob Van Vechten and Mary (Whitney) Platto. 



10135 I. Charles Jacob Platto, b. at Albany, X. Y., 1 1 Ap. 1845 ; died at 
Milwaukee, Wis., 30 Aug. 1854, and was buried there, in Forest Home 
Cemetery. 

10136 II. Mary Eliza PiattO, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 9 July 1S49; died 
there, 21 Aug. 1850, and was buried in Forest Home Cemetery. 

101 37 III. Frances Julia Platto, b. at 143 Eighth Street, Milwaukee, Wis., 
9 Jan. 1 85 1 ; married in the same house, 9 June 1S75, by Rev. George T. 
Ladd, Congregational, to John Chauncey Stacy, a newspaper-advertising 

\ agent, son of Asher Cooley and Clarissa (Manning) Stacy, of Franklin, 
C. E., where he was born 10 May 1844. They settled at 265 Sixteenth 
Street, Milwaukee, 22 Sept. 1876, and were living there in March 1877. 
He grad. at Eastman's National Business College, 20 Ap. 1869; and she, 
at Milwaukee Female College, 29 June 1S71. 



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IV. Edwin Wells Platto, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 17 Aug. 1854; and 
.-as living at 628 Broadway, St. Louis, Mo., in May 1S75. 



10140 



V. Alice Hill Platto, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 12 Aug. 1S60; and was 
living there, with her parents, in Ma)- 1875. 



Chil. of Edward A. and Julia Ann (Whitney) Williams. 

I. Ida Chloe Williams, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 29 June 1S58; and 

was living at 625 West Adams Street, Chicago, 111., in May 1875, unmar- 
ried. 



10141 II. IVSary Eliza Williams, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 9 June 1S63; and 
was living with her aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Anna (Whitney) Zander, at Cold 
Spring, Wis., in May 1875. 

10142 III. Charles Williams, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., in 1865 ; died there, 
and was buried in Forest Home Cemetery. 

10143 IV. Julia Amanda Williams, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 28 March 
1866; died there about July 1871, and was buried in Forest Home Ceme- 
tery. 



Child of William Henry and Julia Elizabeth (Perrin) Whitney. 
10144 I. Henry Perrin Whitney, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 28 June 1863. 



5736 



Chil. of Ceorge and Catharine Eliza (Whitney) Traver. 

10145 I. Charles Henry Traver, b. at Albany, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1829; a 
harness-maker; married at her father's house, at Fort Ann, X. Y., 23 Oct. 
185 1, by Rev. J. Lorimer Douglas, Baptist, to Emeline Rosamond Clark, 

; born at Fort Ann, 21 Nov. 1 S32, dau. of Nathan Mattocks and Cynthia 
: (Sheppard) Clark ; and dwelt at 610 River Street, Lansingburgh, N. Y., in 
'Dec. 1873. 

10146 II. Ellen Jane Traver, b. at Albany, N. Y., 30 June 1830; married 
[at San Francisco, Cal, 25 March 1867, Charles B. Rutherford, a house- 
painter. The)- lived at Oakland, Cal., in Dec. 1873. 



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Chil. of James and Elizabeth Blackett (Adams) Whitney. 

10147 I. Minerva Jane Whitney, b. at Albany, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1836; died 
there, 9 Ap. 1S44, and was buried in Albany Rural Cemetery. 

1014S II. Charles Edward Whitney, b. at Albany, NY., 19 Feb. 1839; 
died there, 2 Ap. 1 84 1, and was buried in Albany Rural Cemetery. 

! 

10149 III. Charles Edward Whitney, b. at Albany, N. Y., 25 Oct. 1S41; 
j a dealer in hardware; lived at 215 Third Avenue, New York, in Dec. 1873. 

10150 IV. John Blackett Whitney, b. at Albany, N. Y., 15 Sept. 1843; a 
dealer in hardware; married in New York City, 8 Oct. 1867, Emily 
Johnson Tracy, of Melrose, N. Y., dau. of Hon. H. Tracy; and dwelt at 
215 Third Avenue, New York, in Dec. 1S73. 



I48l 



573* 



Child of Linus W. and Mary Anna (Whitney) McCabe. 

101 5 1 I. George McCabe, b. at Albany, N. Y.; and died there, aged five 
] or six months. 



Chil. of kclward Robinson Boles and Wealthy Maria (Whipple) Whitney. 3740 

101 52 ; I. Minerva Jane Whitney, b. at Albany, N.Y., in 1 S46 ; died there, 
I 4 Sept. 1S65, "aged 19 years," and was buried in lot 139, section 92, 
1 Albany Rural Cemetery. 

I 

10153 II. Edward Batcheldore Whitney, b. at Albany, N. Y., 3 Sept. 17482 
1848; a shoemaker; married at North Bennington, Vt., 14 Dec. 1870, 
Almia Isabel Viall, dau. of Aston Paron and Laura Ellima (Stephens) 

Viall, of North Bennington, formerly of Oxford, Mass., where she was 
born 24 Jan. 1849. They settled at Shaftsbury, Vt., and were living there 
in Feb. 1S74. 

10154 III. Charles Arthur Whitney, b. at Albany, N. Y., about 1851; an 
inspector of lumber; was living at Albany in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

101 55 ; IV. William Whitney, b. at Albany, N. Y., about 1853; a harness- 
maker; was living at Albany in Nov. 1873, unmarried. 

I 

10156 V. George Whitney, b. at Albany, N. Y., about 1855; and was 
living there in Nov. 1873. 



I 4 S2 



Eighth Generation. 



VI. Anna Whitney, b. at Albany, X. Y, 20 Dec. 1859; died there, 
1 July i860, and was buried in lot 159, section 92, Albany Rural Cemetery. 

VII. Harriet Whitney, b. at Albany, N. V., in May 1S62; and was 
living at Greenbush, N. V., in Nov. 1873. 



Chil. of Hezekiah Wells and Melissa (Tefft) Whitney. 

10159 !■ Charles Albert Whitney, b. in Swan Street, Albany, N. Y., 1 

June 1845 I died a * Argyle, ^- V, 5 Dec. 1846, and was buried in the old 
burial-ground at that place. 



10160 

10161 

10162 

10163 

10164 
10165 



II. James Stillman Whitney, b. at Argyle, N. Y, 20 Feb. 1S4S ; a 
harness-maker; married at Oswego, X. Y., 5 Jan. 1871, by Rev. Mr. 
Lowery, to Ellen Eliza Smith, born at Oswego about 1S50, dau. of lames 
and Eliza Smith. He died at Oswego, 8 Feb. 1872, of consumption'; and 
was buried in Oswego Rural Cemetery. She died at Oswego, of typhoid 
fever, 13 Feb. 1S72, aged 22 years; and, being of the Roman Catholic 
faith, was buried in the old 5th Street Cemetery. They had no children. 

III. William Henry Eugene Whitney, b. at 83 North Pearl Street, 
Albany, N. Y., 20 Feb. 1851 ; a harness-maker; lived with his parents, at 

J Oswego, N. Y., unmarried, in 1874. 

IV Frank Tefft Whitney, b. at Argyle, N. Y., 28 July 1853; a 
moulder; lived with his parents, at Oswego, N. Y., unmarried, in 1S74. 

V. Blanche Louise Whitney, b. at Troy, N.Y., 20 Feb. 1S61 ; lived 
at Oswego, N, Y., in 1874. 



Child of Arthur and Catharine Eliza (Whitney) Harley. 

I. Catharine Harley, a teacher, unmarried ; was living ■ 
mother, in New York City, in 1873. 



Chil. of Reuben and Hannah (Fowler) Seeley. 



3746 



I. John Fowler Seeley, b. at Jefferson, N. Y., 9 March 1S29; a 1 74S - 
carpenter and joiner; married at Unadilla, N. Y, 1 Jan. 1S57, by Rev. 
Lyman Sperry, Methodist Episcopal, to Emily Elida Baldwin, dau. of Lewis 



Whitney Family. 



148. 



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10167 



and Eunice (Patrick) Baldwin, of Sidney Centre, X. V. She was born at 
Morris, X. Y., 23 July 1S36. They dwelt at Sidney Centre till 1S64; and 
then moved to Morris, where they were still living in March 1S75. 

II. Jane Elizabeth Seeley, b. at Franklin, X. Y., S Aug. 1S30; 
married there, I 8 Ap. 1S53, Ceorge Empie Faling, of Franklin, a farmer 
and lumberman, son of Abiram and Mary (Campbell) Faling, of St. Johns- 
ville, X. Y. Me was born at Walton, X. V., 28 Feb. 1829. They dwelt at 
Hancock, X. Y., till 1857; then crossed the river, and settled at Bucking- 
ham, Penn., where they were still living in March 1875. He enlisted, 1 
May 1S61, in 71st Reg., X. V. S. Vol.; and served for three years. 

HI. William Lewis Seeley, b. at Franklin. X. Y., 11 May 1832; a 
manufacturer of boots and shoes; married at Mansfield, Penn., 15 Dec. 
1860, by Rev. X. S. Reynolds, Baptist, to his cousin, Martha Adelia 
Fowler, who was born at Erwin Centre, X. Y., 23 March 1841, dau. of 
Charles and Emily Ann (Ford) Fowler. See her record. They dwelt at 
Tioga, Penn., till 1863; at Savona, in Bath, X. Y., till 1867; at Franklin, 
till 1869; at Corry, Penn., till 1871; and then returned to Savona, where 
they were still living in March 1875. 



•491 



10168 i IV. James Dutler Seeley, b. at Franklin, N. Y., 14 Ap. 1834; mar- 
ried at Portsmouth, Ya., 9 Jan. [866, Mary Eliza Drew, dau. of Daniel and 
Mary Eliza (Davenport) Drew, of Portsmouth, where she was born 13 
July 1S51. They were living at Carbondale, Penn., in March 1875. He 
enlisted, 12 June 1864, at North Xew Berlin, X. Y., in 8th Xew York 
Batter)- ; and was discharged at Portsmouth, Ya., date unknown. 

10169 V. Mile- Wells Seeley, b. at Franklin, X. Y., 8 Ap. 1836; married 
Frances Segar, of Savona, in Bath, X. Y.; and was living at Binghamton, 
N.Y., in Feb. 1S75. 

10170 VI. Charles Stephen Seeley, b. at Franklin, X. Y., 15 Aug. 1S40; 
I a farmer; married at Binghamton. X. Y., 24 Oct. 1864. by Rev. A. M. 

Brown, Baptist, to Helen Elizabeth Barlow, dau. of Walker and Hannah 
(Snook) Barlow, of Conklin, X. Y., where she was born 24 Nov. 1S47. 
They settled at Franklin, and were living there in Ap. 1S75. 

VII. Francis Marion Seeley, b. at Franklin, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1843 ; 
and was living there in Feb. 1875, unmarried. He was educated at the 
New York Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. 



17496 



VIII. Laura Matilda Seeley, b. at Franklin, X. Y , 26 June 1S45; 
married there, 21 Sept. 1S6S, William Henry Tuttle, a farmer, son of Jesse 
and Nancy (Benedict) Tuttle, of Franklin, where he was born 19 Aug. 



i 4 8 4 



/ii'i'li ih Gi 71 era iion . 



• 1844. They settled at Franklin, and were living there, without children, 
in Feb. 1875. He enlisted in Sept. 1862, for three years, in 144th Reg., 
N. Y. S. Volunteers. 

•3 IX. Ella Delilah Seeley, b. at Franklin, N. Y., 10 Aug. 1847; mar - 

ried there, 30 June 1873, at the house of her parents, William Henry 
Barlow, a farmer, sun of Walker and Olive .Manning (Howard) Barlow, of 
Conklin, N. Y., where he was born 24 March 1S52. They settled at 
Conklin, and were living there in March 1875, without children. 



Chll. of Charles and Emily Ann (Ford) Fowler. 



10174 I. Harriot F^ewell Fowler, 1 

; 1839; died in 1844, at Cannonsvill 
there. 



at Law renceville, Penn., 22 March 
in Tompkins, N. Y., and was buried 



10175 II. Martha Adelia Fowler, b. at Erwin Centre, N. Y., 23 March 17491 

1841; married at Mansfield, Penn., 15 Dec. i860, her cousin, William 
Lewis Seeley, son of Reuben and Hannah (Fowler) Seeley. See his roi6/ 
record. 



10176 



III. Sarah Jane Fowler, b. at Franklin, N.Y., 13 Jan. 1843 ; married 
at Meredith, N. Y., 17 Dec. 1S63, William Henry Jamieson, a mason, who 
was born in Smith Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., son of William Ballantine and 
Mar)' Ann (Folk) Jamieson. They settled at Corry, Penn., and were living 
there in Ap. 1875, without children. 



10177 IV. Wallace Eugene Fowler, b. at Franklin, N. Y., 30 Oct. 1846; 

I died at Silver City, Nevada, 24 Feb. 1864, and was buried there. 



Chil. of George Nelson and Polly Anah (Fowler) Ferris. 374^ 

10178 I. George Clark Ferris, b. at Franklin, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1834; a 
farmer; married at her father's house in Spencer, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1S67, 
Nancy Jane Vose, born there 8 Aug. 1837. dau. of Alfred and Sylvina 
(Eveland) Vose. They settled at Spencer, and were living there in March 
1 876. 

10179 II. Mary Augusta Ferris, b. at Tompkins, X. Y., 6 May 1 841 ; mar- 1749! 
ried at her father's house, in Franklin, N. Y., 14 Nov. 1S61, Elijah Cidney 
Hart, a harness-maker, son of Stephen and Martha (Tompkins) Hart, of 



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1485 



Candor, N. V. He was born at Greenburgh, N. V., 29 Feb. 
were living at West Danby, N. Y., in March 1876. 



They 



Chil. of Stephen and Emeline (Fowler) Murray. 



3749 



10150 I. Matilda Esther Murray, b. at Franklin, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1S34; 17499 
married there, 30 March 1862, by Rev. O. P. Daks, Methodist, to Edward 
Cranger, a firmer, son of Henry and Sophia (Grindsley) Granger, of 
Bennington, Vt. He was born at Sidney, N. Y., 21 Nov. 181 8. They 

I settled at Sidney, and were living there in Ap. 1875. 

10151 ' II. Charles Wesley Murray, b. at New Milford, Conn., 3 Oct. 1836; 

[ went, in the Summer of 1854, to Baltimore, Md., where, in the following 
Autumn, he enlisted for five years in the U. S. army. He went with his 
regiment to Utah, and thence to Texas; since which his sisters have heard 

1 nothing from him, and know not whether he is living or dead. 



III. F^artha Almira Murray, b. at New Milford, Conn., 15 Sept. 1840; 
married at Unadilla, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1861, by Wm. J. Thompson, Fsq., to 
Orrin Rose Sherman, a mason, son of Ripley and Miranda (Olds) Sherman, 
of "Arabia, Delaware Co., N. Y.," where he was born 13 May 1842, 
They dwelt at Unadilla for two years; and then moved to Mount Upton, 
in Guilford, N. Y., where she was living in Ap. 1S75. He enlisted, 1 Sept. 
1864, in 1st Engineer Corps, U. S. Vol.; and was discharged in Jul)- 1865. 

IV. Wallace Eugene Murray, b at New Milford, Conn , in Dec. 
1842; died there in March 1843, an d was buried in the Baptist Church- 
yard, about five miles from the village. 



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Chil. of Horace and Martha (Fowler) Baker. 

10184 I. Ophelia Elo'ise Baker, b. at Sidney Centre, N. Y, 4 July 1844; 
married there, March 1S64, at her father's house, by Rev. Mr. Goodman, 
Presbyterian, to Charles Edwin Hathaway, a merchant, son of Jacob and 
Betsey (Gillet) Hathaway, of Cannonsville, in Tompkins, N. Y., where he 

was born 1 Feb. 1838. The)- were living at Sidney Centre in Feb. 1875. 

10185 II. Althea Lelia Baker, b. at Sidney Centre, N. Y, 15 Sept. 1852; 
married there, 10 Sept. 1872, at her father's house, by Rev. Mr. Hough, 

I Congregational, to Charles Worthington Niles, a merchant, son of Samuel 



3750 



i486 



Eighth ( feneration. 



and Susan (Mack) Niles, of Sidney Centre. He was born at Unadilla, 
N. Y., 16 Ap. 1S43. They were living at Sidney Centre in Feb. 1S75. 



Chil. of Albert and Elizabeth Jane (Fowler) Phelps. 



3753 



I. Albert Eugene Phelps, b at Franklin, NY.. 22 May 1846; 
served in the 91st Reg. of N. Y. Yolunteers in the war of 1861; married, 
13 July 1S72, Sarah C. Chism. They were living at j6 First Street, 
Albany, N. Y., in Ap. [875. 



II. Herbert Luzerne Phelps, b. at Franklin, N. Y., 31 Oct. 1S47; 
married at Greenbush, N. Y., 25 June 1873, Mary Elizabeth Burners, dau. 
of Henry Owen and Margaret Lavinia (Coffin) Burhans, of Kingston, 
N. Y., where she was born 10 Oct. 1848. They moved, in Aug 1S74, 
from Albany to Gloversvillc, N. Y., where he became the manager of 
Wheeler and Wilson's sewing-machine office; and were living there in May 
1S75. 



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III. rVSina Elizabeth Phelps, b. at Albany, X. Y., 23 Feb. 1S56 
and was living at Greenbush, X. Y., in Ap. 1S75. 



Child of John and Harriet Newell (Fowler) Andrews. 



3756 



10189 I. Charles Elmer Andrews, b. at Little York, in Walton, X. Y., 16 

Nov. 1865. 



Chil. of David Tompkins and Dorcas (Britton) Matteson. 

10190 I. Dame! Walter Matteson, b. at Sidney Plains, X. Y.. 2 Feb. 1S34; 

a farmer; married at Coloma, Wis., 4 July 1S61, Sarah Jane Semington, 

who was burn 16 June 1S45, died at Richford, Wis., 22 June 1S62, and 
was buried there. He married (2d), 16 May 1863, at Wautoma, Wis., 
Celia Ann Mullin, dau. of Ezra and Martha (Berry) Mullin, of Richford. 

j She was born at Embden, Me., 16 June 1845. He was living at Danville, 

[ Minn., in June 1875. 



3759 
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II. Alyda Maria Matteson, b. at Sidney Plains, N. Y., 27 March 
[838; died at Evansville, Wis., 15 Nov. 1851. 



10192 



III. Julia Ann Matteson, b. at Harmony, X. Y., 11 Aug. 1840; 175 



Whitnex Family 



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married at Coloma, Wis., 1 Jan. 1S5S, by his father, justice of the peace, to 
Alonzo Cane Harris, an engineer, son of Henry Smith and Hannah 
(Collins) Harris, of Panton, Vt., where he was born 23 Sept. 1S32. They 
dwelt at Coloma and Richford, Wis., from 1 Jan. 185S to 20 Sept. 1864; 
lived at Danville, Minn., till 13 Ap. 1S6S; and then settled at Mankato, 
, Minn., where they still resided in May 1875. 

10193 IV. James Matteson, b. at Harmony, N.Y., 3 Feb. 1S43 ; a farmer; 
married at Vivian, Minn , 28 July 1S63, Delphina Muliin, born at Lexing- 
ton, Me., 7 Sept. 1844. dau. of Ezra and Martha Washington (Berry) 
Muliin. He died at Eagle Lake, Minn., 3 Ap. 1S72, and was buried in 

i Eagle Lake Cemetery. She was living at Medo, Minn., in Aug. 1875. 
■He enlisted at Elysian, Minn., 18 Nov. 1864, in Co. A, 2d Reg., Minn. 
Veteran Volunteers; and was discharged 19 July 1863, at St. Paul, Minn., 
; having taken part in the battle of Nashville, Tenn. 

10194 V. Amy Louisa Matteson, b. at Harmony, X. Y.. 11 March 1845; 
married at Oasis. Wis., 10 Nov. 1861, Sanford Elias Terwilliger, a farmer, 
son of James and Harriet (Morgan) Terwilliger, of Cloud, Kansas. He 
was born in Pennsylvania. They settled at Medo, Minn., where he died 
14 May 1873. He was a soldier, for seven months, in Co. H, 4th Reg., 
Minn. Volunteers; and was honorably discharged. She married (2d) 
William Johnson, a farmer, and was living with him at Mankato, Minn., in 
Ap. 1875. 

VI. Cornelia Isabelle Matteson, b. at Harmony, Wis., 16 Ap. 
1S48; married at Wilton, Minn., 4 Jul}- i860, Justus Kelsey Hinman, a 
farmer, who was born at Loch, X. Y., 20 Sept. 1S33. They were living at 
Sauk Centre, Minn., in An. 1S73. 



17518 



1/523 



7528 



10196 VII. Emma Adele Matteson 

I married at Eagle Lake, Minn., 15 Ap. 18 
were living at Eagle Lake in Ap. 1875. 



b. at Evansville, Wis., 12 May 1S30; 
5, Arnold Keebough. They 



IO 197 



VIII. Alice Amelia Matteson, b. at Evansville, Wis., 30 Sept. 1S55: 
and was living with her parents in May 1875. 



Chil. of Walter and Sarah (Hodgeman) Britton. 

10198 I. Wells Britton, b. at Lawrenceville, Penn., 19 Nov. 1836; died at 
Victoria, 111., 27 Sept. 1S53, and was buried there. 



3760 



10199 1 II. Angeline Britton, b. at Copley, Ohio, 19 Jan. 1838 ; married in 



1488 



Eight Ji Generation. 

1855, at Henderson, 111., Marcius Plummer; and was living at Chandler- 
ville, 111., in Ap. 1875. 

III. George Britton, b. at Bath, Ohio, 18 Sept. 1841; died at Hen- 
derson, 111., iS March 1S56, and was buried there. 

IV. Mary Britton, b. at Sharon, Ohio, 18 Oct. 1S44; married in 186S, 
at Abingdon, 111., C. P. Conwell ; and lived at Elmore, 111., in Ap. 1875. 



V. Isabella Britton, b. at Henderson, 
living at Elmore, 111., in Ap. 1875. 



[8 Sept. 1856; and was 



10203 VI. Dwight Britton, b. at Henderson, 111., 30 Dec. i860; died at 

Abingdon, 111., 13 March 1S67, and was buried there. 



10206 



3/-6I 



Chil. of Nicholas and Lucinda (Hodgeman) Britton. 

I. Andrew Jackson Britton, b. at Hinckley Centre, Ohio, 9 June 
183S; a carpenter; married in 1S61, at New York City, Honora Roan, who 
died in 1S62. He married (2d), 19 June 186S, at New York City, Sarah 
Ann Pressnell, dau. of Yinesi Pressnell, of Nevada, Iowa. After her 
death, which occurred 4 July 1870, he married (3d), 8 Aug. 1872, at Fort 
Howard, Wis., Theresa Rives, dau. of Dennis Rives, of Fort Howard, 
where she was born 7 Feb. 1842. They were living at Fort Howard in 
May 1S75. He served, for fourteen months, in 12th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. 
Infantry; and was discharged at New York City. He then served, for 
eight months, on the transport Massachusetts ; and was discharged at the 
hospital in Brooklyn, N. Y. He then joined the gun-boat Sacramento ; 
and took part in a naval engagement at Beaufort, N. C. 

II. William Henry Britton, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 26 Aug. 1S40; a 
worker in tin and sheet-iron; married at Buffalo, 3 Aug. 1865, by Rev. 
John E. Robie, Methodist Episcopal, to Florence Augusta Lovejoy, dau. of 
Joshua Ferris and Mary Alice (Cook) Lovejoy, of Buffalo since 1861, 
formerly of Crockett, Texas, where she was born 1 Jan. 1843. The)- lived 
at Buffalo in June 1S75; ancl ne %vas then a deputy-sheriff of the county. 
He joined the 21st Reg., N. V. S. Volunteers, in the Spring of 1861; and 
was mustered out at Buffalo, at the end of two years' service. In the 
second battle of Bull Run he was struck in the leg by a spent shot. 



III. Elizabeth Britton, b. at Buffalo, N.Y., 31 Dec. 1842; married at 17535 
New York City, 17 Feb. i860, by Rev. William Lawrence, to John Ambrose 
Craham, a clerk, son of John Caulfield and Lydia Ann (Couse) Graham, 



Wliii n ex Family 



1489 



of New York, where he was born 24 June 1S39. They dwelt at New York 
till 1870; then moved to Baltimore, MA, and, after two years, to Wash- 
ington, D. C; and were living in the latter city in June 1S75. 



10207 IV. Charles Francis Britton, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 17 Feb. 1S45; 
enlisted in the 100th Reg., X. Y. S. Yolunteers, in 1S61; and, after two 
and a half years of service, joined the 8th Reg., N.Y. S. Vol. Cavalry, and 
served as first-sergeant, till discharged at Rochester, X. Y., at the close of 
the war. He is an actor, and has been, since 1870, travelling in South 
America, under the stage-name of Charles F. DeYerdie ; and was, in May 
1875, at Santo Paulo, Province of Santo Paulo, Brazil, according to one 
account, while another placed him at Rio de Janeiro. 

V. Isabel Britton, b. at Buffalo, N.Y., 2 March 1847; married there, 

30 July 1866, by Rev. John E. Robie, Methodist Episcopal, to William 
John Marshall, a printer, son of Charles and Harriet (Burton) Marshall, of 
Philadelphia, Penn., where he was born 8 Aug. 1S39. They settled at 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; and were living there in May 1S75, at 142 Willoughby 
Street, corner of Prince. 1 

VI. rVlariette Britton, b. at Buffalo. N. Y., 19 Oct. 1S49; married in 
1868, at 50 Varick Street, New York, by Rev. Morgan Dix, D.D., 
Episcopal, to Samuel Collier, a clerk, son of John and Elizabeth (Mullen) 
Collier, of Staten Island, X. Y., formerly of Baltimore, Md., and Phila- 
delphia, Penn., in the last of which he was born 18 Oct. 1848. They dwelt 
in New York City till 1870; then moved to Brooklyn, N. Y., and were 
living there in May 1875, at 12 Nassau Street. 

VII. George Washington Britton, b at Buffalo, N. Y., 12 Feb. 
1S52 ; died there, 8 June 1865, and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 

Chil. of Nicholas and Caroline (Richardson) Britton. 

VIII. Caroline Britton, b at Buffalo, X. Y., 22 Oct. 1854; and was. 
living there, with her parents, in March 1875, unmarried. 

IX. fVlaria Britton, b. at Buffalo, X. Y., 10 Ap. 1S5S; and was living 
there, with her parents, in March 1 87 5 . 

X. Nicholas Britton, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 7 May i860; died there, 

31 Oct. 1S62, and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery 

XI. David Wells Britton, b. at Buffalo, X. Y., 19 Jan. 1S6: 
10215 XII. Catharine Britton, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1S65. 



376i 



!490 Eighth Generation. 

10216 XIII. John Nicholas Britton, b. at Buffalo, N. V., joOctiSC;; 
died there, 8 Nov. 1868, and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 

10217 XIV. Edward Grant Britton, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 9 Ap. 1870; died 
there, 20 Jan. 1871, and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 



1 02 1 9 



Chtl. of Stephen Decatur and Emeline (Britton) Carpenter. 3764 

10218 I. Cornelia Josephine Carpenter, b. at Ashville, NY., 19 Aug. 17541 

1S42; married at Madison, Wis., 15 June 1S63, by Rev. Mr. Maxwell, to 
Sylvanus Nye Cibbs; and settled at Waukesha, Wis., where he died of 
typhoid fever, 30 Nov. 1867. She was living at Waukesha in May 1875. 

II. Ida Emeline Carpenter, b. at Ashville, N. Y., 18 Ap. 1S44; 17543 
married at Madison, Wis., 14 Oct. 1869, by Rev. H. D. Spaulding, Epis- 
copal, to George Washington Naile, son of Henry and Katharine (Lewis) 
Naile, of Mansfield, Ohio, where he was born 23 Feb. 1840. They dwelt 
at Omaha, Neb., from 28 Oct. 1869 till 21 Oct. 1872 ; then settled at Sioux 
City, Iowa, and were living there in June 1875. He was then local man- 
ager' of the Western Union Telegraph Company. 

III. Albert Wells Carpenter, b. at Girard, Penn., 9 Nov. 1S46; 17544 
grad. at the University of Wisconsin ; an editor and publisher; married at 
Carthage, Mo., 22 Jan. 1S74, by Rev. O. M. Stewart, Methodist Episcopal, 
to Sarah Eliza Durand, dau. of Anson Munson and Caroline Euretta 
(Pritchard) Durand, of Brunswick, Ohio. She was born at Mifflin, Wis., 
17 May 1858. He dwelt, for three years, at Milwaukee, Wis.; two and a 
half years," at Chicago, 111.; one year, at Wenona, 111.; three months, at 
Bloomington, 111.; and was living at Carthage in May 1S75. He was then 
the publisher of the Cart!iagc Patriot. 



10221 



Child of David Wells and Jerusha S. Eritton. 3767 

I. Josephine Selina Britton, b. at Green Bay, Wis , 24 Ap. 1S56; 
died at Wrightstown, Wis., 1 May 1857, and was buried at Green Bay. 

Chil. of David Wells and Laura M. Britton. 3707 

II. Elmer E. E. W. Britton, b. at Green Bay, Wis., 17 May 1861. 



Whitney Family 



491 



53 III. Sarah Josephine Britton, b. at Green Bay, Wis., 7 Dec. 1S63; 
died at Green Bay, 23 Aug. 1865, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Harmon Wells and Mary Ann (Roberts) Whitney. 376S 

10224 I. Eliza Ann Whitney, b. at Cornwall, Canada West, 4 Sept. 1S43; 17545 
married at Lansing, Mich., 4 Oct. 1S69, by Rev. Henry Barnwell, rector of 

St. Paul's (Episcopal) Church, to Lemuel Cornelius Fryant, a machinist, 
who was born at Waterville, Ohio, 15 Jan. 1S46, son of Charles and Sarah 
Catharine (Smith) Fryant. He enlisted at Jackson, Mich., 4 Jan. 1864, in 
Co. E, 3d Reg., Mich. Cavalry; and was discharged at San Antonio, 
Texas, 12 Feb. 1866, having served chiefly in Arkansas, Texas, and the 
west. Thej- were living at Streator, 111., in 1874. 

10225 II. Clarissa Matilda Whitney, b. at Ogdensburgh, N. Y., 10 Jan. 17547 
1S46; married at Lansing, Mich.. 12 Nov. 1867, by Rev. L. B. Potter, 
Baptist, to Adam Henry Clippenger, a baker, who was born at Lima, Ohio, 

30 Ap. 1847, son °f Humphrey and Sarah Ann (De Jacques) Clippenger. 
He enlisted at Lima, 28 March 1S62, in Co. H, 32d Reg.. Ohio Vol. Inf.; 
and was discharged 29 Aug. 1865. having taken a part in Gen. Sherman's 
■ march to the sea. They were living at Albion, Mich., in Sept. 1874. 

10226 III. Ceorge Mewton Whitney, b. at Ogdensburgh, N. Y., 16 Oct. 
1S48; died 28 June 1849, and was buried at Ogdensburgh. 



10227 IV. Sarah Jane Whitney, b. at Ogdensburgh, N. Y., 31 March 

1850; married at Albion, Mich., 18 Ap. 1S71, by Rev. A. VV. Ensign, 

: Baptist, to Ceorge Howard, a dealer in cattle, who was born at Albion, I 

I Jan. 1850, son of James and Martha (Greenfield) Howard. They were 



living at Albion in Sept. 1S74. 



1754S 



Chil. of Walter and Catharine M. (Wilson) Whitney. 



37/0 



10228 I. Edwin John Whitney, b. at Potsdam, N. Y, 13 Jan. 1852; a 
marble-engraver; was living with his parents, at Flint, Mich., in Aug. 
1874. 

10229 II. Clarissa Ruth Whitney, b. at Prescott, C. W., 12 Ap. 1854; and 
was living with her parents, at Flint, Mich., in 1874. 



10230 III. George Walter Whitney, b. at Flint, Mich., 1 Feb. 1855 ; and 
was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 



1492 

1023 I 

I 10232 
10233 
10234 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Newton and Jane Eliza (McFarling) Whitney. 

I. Emma Jane Whitney, b. at Ogdensburgh, X. Y., 20 Sept. 1852; 
and was living at Jackson, Mich., in Sept. 1 S74. 

II. Minnie Henrietta Whitney, b. at Lansing, Mich , 5 Nov. 1S55 ; 
and was living with her parents, at Jackson, Mich., in Sept. 1S74. 

III. Harriet Stilson Whitney, b. at Lansing, Mich., 6 Nov. i860; 
and was living with her parents, at Jackson, Mich., in Sept. 1S74. 

IV. Elizabeth Hestaline Whitney, b. at Lansing, Mich., 23 Aug. 
1864; and was living with her parents, at Jackson, Mich., in Sept. 1874. 

V. George Newton Whitney, b. at Lansing, Mich., 1 Oct. 1866; 
and was living with his parents, at Jackson, Mich., in Sept. 1874. 



i 



3771 



Chil. of Nathan Stilson and Mary Ann (Chaffee) Whitney. 

10236 I. Merrick Stilson Whitney, b. at Free-port, 111., 11 Jan. 1856; and 
was living with his mother, at Bunker Hill, 111., in 1S74. 

10237 II. Phebe Melissa Whitney, b, at Alton, 111., 13 Feb. 1S60; died 
there, 25 Feb. 1S61, and was buried in the Alton Cemetery. 

10238 III. Effle Belle Whitney, b. at Edwardsville, 111., 29 May 1S61; died 
I at Bunker Hill, 111., 17 Sept. 1872, and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, 

at Edwardsville. 

10239 IV. Harriet Martha Ida Whitney, b. at Edwardsville, 111., 21 May 
1865; and was living with her mother, at Bunker Hill, 111., in 1874. 

10240 V. Nathan Clarence Whitney, b. at Edwardsville, 111., 14 Oct. 
1867; and was living with his mother, at Bunker Hill, 111., in Aug. 1874. 



5773 



Chil. of Lyman and Julia Ann (Alward) Whitney. 

I. Edwin Lyman Whitney, b. at Riley, Mich., 19 Oct. 1S63; died 
at Lansing, Mich., 10 March 1865, and was buried in the Lansing Cemetery. 



3774 



Whitucx Family 



10242 II. Lilly May Whitney, b. at Riley, Mich., S Aug. 1S65. 

10243 III. Mary Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Lansing, Mich., 12 May 1867. 



493 



Chil. of Charles Oliver and Sarah (Hill) Bissoll. 



?44 I. Julia Elizabeth Bissell, b. at Fredonia, N. Y.; married 



Bassett, who died 22 Feb. 18 — , at Eureka, Kansas, and was buried there. 

10245 II. Walter Whitney Bissell, b. at Fredonia, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1S48; 
i and was living at Westfield, Wis., in June 1S75. 

10246 III. Charles Kill Bissoll, b. at Fredonia, N. Y., 12 March iS — ; and 
; was living at Austin, Minn., in June 1875. 

10247 IV. Frederick Albert Bissell, b. at Fredonia, N. Y.; and was living 
' at Newbury, Kansas, in June 1 S75. 

1024S Y. Janet Adele Bissell, b. at Harrisville, Wis. 



Chil. of Benajah and Angeline (l.insley) Smith. 

10249 1. Ellison Smith, b. at Northford, Conn., 14 Nov. 1822; a farmer; 
married by Rev. Edwin R. Gilbert, Congregational, at her father's house 
in Wallingford, Conn., 15 Oct. 1S48, to Katharine Bethanie Dowd, who 
j was born at Clinton, Conn., and died at Northford, 4 June 1850. He was 
j married (2d), by Rev. Edwin R. Gilbert, at her father's house in Walling- 
ford, 14 July 1852, to Ellen Augusta Hough, born at Wallingford, I Feb. 
1825, dau. of James and Mary (Tyler) Hough. He lived at Northford in 
1868, on the farm where he was burn, which was occupied by his father 
and grandfather before him ; the house being then one hundred and 
thirteen years old. 



3/35 



3789 
17549 



10250 II. Samuel Linsley Smith, b. at Northford, in Wallingford, Conn., 17551 
! 5 Feb. iS24; a farmer; married by Rev. Cornelius R. Everest, Congrega- 
tional, at Windsor, Conn., 18 Oct. I S49, to Maria Deborah Stark Criswold, 

I born at Windsor, 2S June 1S30, dau. of Origen and Selma Griswold. He 
j lived at Poquonock, Conn., in 186S. 

10251 I III. Angeline Polly Smith, b. at Northford, in Wallingford, Conn., 1 7554 



1494 Eighth Goici-atioii. 

4 Dec. 1826; married at Northford, 6 June 1846, Luther Hezekiah Root; 
died at Meriden, Conn., 22 Sept. 184s, and was buried at Northford. He 
lived at Topeka, Kansas, in 1S68. 

10252 IV. Benajah Eli Smith, b. at Northford, Wallingford, Conn., 28 Oct. 

1836, in the house of his grandfather, Eli Smith; a farmer; married by 
Rev. Ogden Hall, Congregational, at her father's house in Poquonock, 
Conn., 2S March 1S60, to Caroline Maria Hathaway, born at Poquonock, 7 
Ap. 1S43, dau. of George Hathaway. He enlisted at Windsor, Conn., 
2 Aug. 1862, in Co. A, 21st Reg., Conn. Volunteers; and was discharged 
18 June 1865. He lived at Poquonock in 1SG8, and was deacon of the 
Congregational Church there. 



Child of Eli and Maria Ward (Chapin) Smith. 

10253 ^ I. Charles Henry Smith, b. at Beirut, Syria, 14 May 1S42; grad. at 
Yale College in 1S65 ; and in 1868 was a tutor in the same college, residing 
at New Haven, Conn. 

Chil. of Eli and Hetty Simpkins (Butler) Smith. 

10254 II. Mary Elizabeth Smith, b. at B'hemdun, Mt. Lebanon, Syria 6 
Aug. 1S47. 

10255 III. Eli Whitney Smith, b. at B'hemdun, Mt. Lebanon, Svria, 20 
Aug. 1S49; di<-'d at Beirut, Syria, 26 May 1850, and was buried' in the 
Mission Cemetery. 

J 10256 IV. Sarah Butler Smith, b. at Beirut, Syria, 24 Nov. 1851. 

10257 V. Edward Robinson Smith, b. at Beirut, Syria, 3 Jan. 1S54. 

[025S VI. Benjamin Eli Smith, b. at Beirut, Syria, 7 Feb. 1S57. 



Chil. of Lent Serajah and Hannah (Smith) Hough. 

10259 I. Eli Smith Hough, b. at Chaplin, Conn., 10 Aug. 1832 ; married at 

Wallingford, Conn., 2 Oct. 1854, Caroline Augusta Hull; and lived at 
, Poquonock, Conn., in 1 868, where they were members of the Cc 
tional Church. 



-ongrei'a- 



10260 II. Sarah Lanman Smith Hough, b. at Chaplin, Conn., 8 May 1835; 



Whitney Family 



1495 



married at Middletown, Conn., IO Nov. 1859, to Charles Henry Calpin, 
a mechanic; and lived at Southington, Conn., in 18GS, where they were 
members of the Congregational Church. He enlisted at Middletown, 6 
Aug. 1862, then aged 24 years, in Co. B, 14th Reg., Conn. Vol. Inf.; was 

wounded in the left side and shoulder, at Antietam ; was carried senseless 
from the field, and after lying in hospital at Baltimore till he was thought 
to be beyond recovery, was honorably discharged. After returning home 
he so far recovered as to pass muster again, and reenlisted in 1st Conn. 
Cavalry. After the battle of The Wilderness, where he injured himself by 1 
over-exertion, he spent three months in hospital, most of the time as nurse; 
and was then transferred to the Veteran Reserves, and served till the end 
of the war, when he was honorably discharged. 

10261 111. Benjamin Smith Hough, b. at Woodstock, Conn., 16 Ap. 1841; 
and lived at Fort Sanders, Dakota, in 1868. He enlisted from Meriden, 
Conn., in 186 1, in Co. B, 3d Reg., Conn. Volunteers; was in the first battle 
of Bull Run ; was discharged at the end of the term of service, three 
months; reenlisted in the SSth Reg., 111. Volunteers; took part in the 
battle of Perryville; and soon after passing Nashville, Tenn., in pursuit of 

i Bragg, was nearly killed by drinking from a poisoned spring. He never 
rejoined his regiment, but was transferred to the Veteran Reserves, in 

: which he served to the end of the war; and was honorably discharged, with 

; the loss of his rirjht fore-finder. 



IV. Maria Ward Smith Hough, b. at Madison, Conn., 3 Oct. 1844; 
married at Wolcott, Conn., 15 Jan. 1867, Joseph Ely Hall; and lived at 
Colchester, Conn., in 1868, where they were members of the Congrega- 
tional Church. 



17561 



10264 



V. Martha Rebecca Hough, twin, b. at Middletown, Conn., in Feb. 
1847. 

VI. Mary Elizabeth Hough, twin, b. at Middletown, Conn., in Feb. 
1847- 



Chil. of Harvey and Betsey (Sheldon) Frisbie. 



3792 



I. Henry Leonard Frisbie, twin, b. at Branford, Conn., 1 Sept. 1835; 
married at Cornwall, Conn., 3 Oct. 1865, Sarah Frances Hart, dau. of Elias 
Nelson and Caroline (Hitchcock) Hart, 1 of Cornwall, where she was born 
26 Dec. 1839. They settled at Onarga, 111., where she died 8 Sept. 1S71, 

■ See the Hart Genealogy, p. 1 59. 



i49 6 



Eighth Generation. 



aged 32 years. He married (2d), in Jan. 1872, Charlotte Maria Hart, born 
at Cornwall, 31 Aug. 1848, youngest sister of his first wife. They were 
living at Onarga in 1873. He served in the war of 1 861, as a lieutenant in 
the 1 nth Re^. of 111. Volunteers. 



10266 



10267 



10269 



II. Elizabeth Cornelia Frisbie, twin, b. at Rranford, Conn., 1 Sept 
1835; died 28 Sept. 1835. 

III. Caroline Cornelia Frisbie, twin, b. at Pine Orchard, Branford, 
Conn., io Dec. 1S37; married at New Haven, Conn., 22 June i860, by 
Rev. Sylvanus Dryden Phelps, D.D., Baptist, to James Nichols Bates, 

born at 11 Columbia Street, Boston, Mass., 27 March 1837, son of 
Nathaniel Nichols and Susan (Lincoln) Bates. They lived at New Haven 
from iSooto 1861; at Boston, 1861 to 1862; at Onarga, 111., 1862 to 1866; 
at Skowhegan, Ale. (where he was freight-master of the Maine Central 
Railroad), 1866 to Feb. 1873; at Stevens' Plains, Deering, Me. (where he 
was station-agent at Morrill's Corners station, on the Maine Central, and 
Portland and Rochester Railroads), till 1 Ap. 1874; and then settled at 
Gardiner, Me. 

IV. John Rogers Frisbie, b. at Branford, Conn., 30 July 1S42; 
served in the war of 1S61, in the 25th Reg., 111. Vols.; was wounded in 
the battle of Missionary Ridge; and died 25 Oct. 1 864, of chronic diarrhoea, 
contracted in the service. 

V. Sarah Jane Frisbie, b. at Branford, Conn., 26 Aug. 1844; mar- 
ried at Onarga, III., 7 Nov. 1867, John Frith, of the same place, born at 

I Coventry, England, 10 Ap. 1840, son of James and Elizabeth (Newcomb) 
! Frith. The)- lived at Onarga in 1873. 



Child of Lynde and Sarah (Spencer) Frisbie. 

10270 I. Wallace Frisbie, b. at New Haven, Conn., 8 Jan. 1847; died 

there, 2 Feb. 1S4S, and was buried at Branford, Conn. 



Child of Samuel Whitney and Ann Maria (McCowan) Smith. 379; 

1027 1 I. John Reed Smith, b. at Hector, N. V., 15 June 1861. 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Ceorge Lewis and Lucinda Barlow (Williams) Whitney. 

0272 I. William Augustus Whitney, b. at Detroit, Mich., 23 Feb. 1834; 
a printer; has lived at Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, for one year; was in 

' the Union army for three years, in the war of 1861, in the 1st Reg-, of Cal. 
! Volunteers; and lived in Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in July 
1875. 

0273 II. George Williams Whitney, b. at Detroit, Mich., 22 June 1836; 
died 8 Oct. 1S36, and was buried at Detroit. ■ 

0274 III. Ceorge Williams Whitney, b. at Detroit, Mich., 17 Aug. 1S37; 
died at Canandaigua, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1847, anc l was buried there. 

I 

0275 IV. Sarah Adams Whitney, b. at Detroit, Mich, 13 Aug. 1S40; 
and was living at 2T, Douglass Street, Brooklyn, N. V., in 1 S6S. 

:o276 V. Julia Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Canandaigua, N. Y., 6 July 1841; 
died at Canandaigua, 17 Nov. I 84 1, and was buried there. 

10277 : VI. Charles Henry Whitney, b. at Canandaigua, N. Y., 30 Jan. 

< 1843 ; served in the war of 1 86 1, in Co. C, 17th Reg., U. S. Infantry ; was 
i wounded in the battle of Gettysburg; died at Gettysburg, Perm., 16 July 
1863, and was buried in the National Cemetery there, in grave 3i,sec- 
: tion A. 

10278 VII. Grace Williams Whitney, b. at Canandaigua, N. Y., 12 Oct. 
1S45 ; and was living at 23 Douglass Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1868. 



'497 
379s 



10279 VIII. Mary Whitney, b. at Canandaigua, N.Y., 29 March 1847; died 
21 Aug. 1S47, and was buried at Canandaigua. 

10280 IX. Frederick William Whitney, b. at Canandaigua, N. Y., 28 May 
1849; entered the 9th Reg., U. S. Infantry, in May 1S67, and died at 

j Fort Churchill, Nevada, 26 Dec. 1S67, from disease brought on by expo- 
i sure and hardship. 

102S1 X. Mary Whitney, b. at Canandaigua, N. Y., 4 Oct. 1S50; and was 
I living at 23 Douglass Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1868. 

Child of Ceorge Lewis and Anna Roosevelt (Mac Enally) Whitney. 

10282 XI. James Roosevelt Whitney, b. at Canandaigua, N.Y., 14 Aug. 

1863; died in earl}- infancy, and was buried at Canandaigua. 



3798 



1498 



Eighth Generation. 



10283 



10285 



10286 



10287 
10288 



10289 



10290 



Chil. of Monson and Charlotte (Whitney) Lockwood. 

I. Adelaide Elizabeth Lockwood, b. at New York City, 13 July 
1S34; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 19 Ap, 1856, by Rev. Samuel Spear, 
D.D., to Thomas Alexis Painter, son of Alexis and Maria (McMahon) 
Painter. The)- were living at 289 President Street, Brooklyn, in July 1S75. 

II. Henry Monson Lockwood, b. at New York City, 12 June 1S37; 
died at Clinton, Conn., 26 Sept. 1838, and was buried there. 

III. Charlotte Whitney Lockwood, b. at New York City, 7 Dec. 
1838; married at 52 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 4 May 1859, by Rev. 
Henry Ward Beecher, Congregational, to Daniel Hoyt Blake, a minister of 
the Congregational Church, born at Sutton, Vt., 6 Dec. 1828, son of Enoch 
Blake. After dwelling at Fond du Lac, Wis., Princeton, 111., and Spencer- 
port, N. Y., they were living at Stamford, Conn., in July 1875. 

IV. Emma Whitney Lockwood, b. at New York City, 12 March 
1S41; died of consumption, at Bethel, Conn., 22 July 1844, and was buried 



V. Monson Lockwood, b. at Bethel, Conn., 2 June 1843. 

VI. Henrietta Whitney Lockwood, b. at Bethel, Conn., iS June 
1845; married at Brooklyn, NY., 31 Jan. 1S74, by Rev. Henry Ward 
Beecher, Congregational, to Robert Scott Ueatty, of Queenstown, Ireland, 

son of and Catharine (Scott) Beatty. They were living at 125 

West 1 ith Street, New York, in July 1S75. 

VII. Caroline Emma Lockwood, b. at New York City, 14 Sept. 
1847; married at Flatlands, L. I., 1 1 Oct. 1869, by Rev. Henry Ward 
Beecher, Congregational, to Frederick Dunham Somers, of New York City, 
son of — — and Margaret (Dunham) Somers. The}- were living at 



Montclair, N. J., in July 187 

VIII. Julia Lockwood, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Dec. 1849. 



Chil. of Samuel and Abigail Sophia (Arnold) Whitney. 

10291 I. Emma Louisa Whitney. 

10292 II. Willys Arnold Whitney. 



11 liitney Family. 

Child of Honry Martyn and Juliette (Barns) Foote. 

10293 I. Emma Augusta Foote. 



Chil. of John Fawcett and Maria Kapule (Whitney) Pogue. 

10294 I. Samuei Whitney Pogue, b. at Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands, 
24 Ap. 1S49; li ve d with his parents, at Kau, Hawaii, Sandwich Islands, in 
1 368. 

10295 II. Jane Knox Fogue, b. at Kcalakeakua, Hawaii, Sandwich Islands, 
31 Jan. 185 1 ; lived with her parents, at Kau, Hawaii, S. I., in 1S68. 

10296 III. Emily Elizabeth Pogue, b. at Lahainaluna, Maui, Sandwich 
Islands, 1 June 1S53; lived with her parents, at Kau, Hawaii, S. I., in 1 S6S. 

10297 IV. William Fawcett Pogue, b. at Lahainaluna, Maui, Sandwich 
■ Islands, 12 Jan. 1856; lived with his parents, at Kau, Hawaii, S. I., in 1S68. 



10298 
10299 



Chil. of Salmon and Emily Elizabeth (Whitney) McCall. 

I. Caroline Ely IVicCal!, b. at Old Saybrook, Conn., 12 Ap. 1S55. 

II. Heunitta Whitney McCall, b. at Old Saybrook, Conn., 19 Sept. 



[499 

! 
3808 

3814 






Chil. of Oli 



and Laura Ann (Tiffany) Payne. 



I. William Augustus Payne, b at Gibson, Penn., 1 March 1S41; 
married at Binghamton, X. V., 3 Oct. 1S67, Amanda Maria Vinay, dau. of 
John Vinay. They were living at Ithaca, N. V., in Feb. 1S75. He served 
in Co. M, 1st Reg., Mich. Engineers, in the war of 1861. 

II. George Leonard Payne, b. at Gibson, Penn., 16 Dec. 1S42; 
married at Harford, Penn., 13 Sept. 1S70, Loudica May Crinnell, who died 
at Harford, 15 July 1871, and was buried there. He was living at 
Rochester, Minn., in Feb. 1S75. He enlisted, 15 Sept. 1862, in the 17th 
Reg. of Penn. Cavalry, and served till the end of the war. 



381 



17582 



III. Menry Wellington Payne, b. at Gibson, Penn., 23 Ap. 1845; 



i ;oo 



Eighth ( feneration. 

; married at Wavcrly, N. Y., 3 Oct. 1S70, Sarah Bowman. They were 
living at Ithaca, N. Y., in Feb. 1875. 



Child of Hamilton F. and Eunice Avery (Tiffany) Whitney. 38 1 9 

10303 I. Corydon Whitney, b. at Gibson, Penn. 

Child of Elisha W. and Eunice Avery (Tiffany) Forbes. 38 1 9 

10^04 II. William F. Forbes, b. at Susquehanna, Penn. 



Chil. of William Franklin and Marietta (Parmenter) Tiffany. 3820 

10305 I. Herbert Tiffany, b. at Dundee, Mich., 16 Feb. 1853; died at 
, Dundee, 15 Feb. 1S73, and was buried there. 

10306 II. Talcott Tiffany, b. at Dundee, Mich., 22 Dec. 1857; and was 
living there in Jan. 1875. 



Chil. of Edward Wells and Catharine Maria (Tiffany) Rogers. 

10307 : I. Eva Adeliza Rogers, b. at Jackson, Penn., 14 Jan. 1854; died at 
White Haven, Penn., 16 Ap. 1858, and was buried at Gibson, Penn. 

1030S II. William Leonard Rogers, b. at Hyde Park, Penn., 28 Jan. 1857; 

and was living at Bainbridge, N. V., in Jan. 1875. 

10309 ' III. Ellen Augusta Rogers, b. at Providence, Penn., 14 Aug. 1859; 
died at Great Bend, Penn., 13 Dec. i860, and was buried at Gibson, Penn. 



10310 
10311 
10312 
103'3 



Chil. of Charles Gardner and Sarah R. (Criggs) Tiffany. 

I. William E. Tiffany. 

II. Emma C. Tiffany. 

III. Minnie E. Tiffany. 

IV. Olivia Tiffany. 



Whitney Family. 1501 

Chil. cf John and Julia Ann (Whitney) Manzer. 38 2 4 | 

10314! I. Ellen Maria Manzer, b. at Gibson, Perm., $o June 1841; and was 
I living at New Milford, Penn., in March 1877, unmarried. 

103:5} II. Edmund Ethrington Manzer, b. at Gibson, Penn., 29 July 
' 1842; died in hospital at Washington, D. C, of fever, 18 Nov. 1S61, having 
[served his country as a soldier; and was buried at Washington. 

10316 J III. Sarah Kennedy Manzer, b. at Gibson, Penn., 22 Nov. 1844; 
I died at New .Milford, Penn., 18 Sept. 1863, and was buried at Gibson. 



io^i 



IV. William Pembroke Manzer, b. at Gibson, Penn., n July 
1S47; married at Lenox, Penn., 31 Dec. 1S70, by Rev. George R. Hair, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Maria Truesdell. They were living at Carbondale, 
Penn., in March 1S77. 

10318 V. Thirza Adelaide Manzer, b. at Gibson, Penn., 14 Dec. 1S49; 17583 
; married at Homer, N. Y„ 17 Feb. 1869, by Rev. J. D. Barnes, Baptist, to 

Ceorge Henry Share, a farmer, son of William and Catharine (Clute) Share, 
I of Scott, N. Y., where he was bom 29 Nov. 1840. The}- dwelt at Scott 

till 1874 ; and then moved to Homer, where they were still living in March 
; 1S77. 

10319 : VI. Emma Ophelia Manzer, b. at Gibson, Penn., 20 Feb. 1853; 
.married at Preble, N. V., 28 Feb. 1873, by Rev. Mr. Townsend, Methodist 

Episcopal, to James B. Share, son of William and Catharine (Clute) Share, 
'of Scott, N. Y., where he was born in June 1836. They settled at Scott, 
and were living there, without children, in March 1S77. 



10:520 



Chil. of Joseph Edgar and Eliza Ann (Parmenter) Whitney. 

I, Wakeman Irving Whitney, b. in Gibson, Penn., 23 Dec. 184S; a 
teacher; was living there, at Smile}' post-office, in March 1S74, unmarried. 



10321 ' II. Ella Adelia Whitney, b. in Gibson, Penn., 9 March 1S51; a 
' teacher; was living there, at Smiley post-office, in March 1874, unmarried. 

10322 III. William Monroe Whitney, b. in Gibson, Penn., 30 Ap. 1S54; 
I died there, 31 Dec. 1865, and was buried in the First Gibson Cemetery. 

10323! IV. Arietta Whitney, b. in Gibson, Penn., 13 Feb. 1857; and was 
diving there, at Smiley post-office, in March 1874. 



i ;o2 



Eighth Generation. 



J 



10324 V. Myrta May Whitney, b. in Gibson, Perm., 4 Aug. 1S62; and was 
living there, at Smiley post-office, in March 1S74. 

10325 VI. Harley Edgar Whitney, b. in Gibson, Penn., 3 Oct. 1865; and 
was living there, at Smiley post-office, in March 1 S74. 



Chil. of Francis Marion and Julia Ann (Belcher) Whitney. 

10326 I. Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Jackson, Penn., 19 Aug. 1S52; died at 
Jackson, 25 Ap. 1868, and was buried there. 

10327 II. Emily Maria Whitney, b. at Jackson, Penn, 1 Oct. 1 S 5 4 ; and 
was living there, with her parents, in March 1S74. 

1032s III. Frances Etta Whitney, b. at Jackson, Penn., 23 Nov. 1S57; 

and was living there, with her parents, in March 1S74. 

10329 IV. William Thaddeus Whitney, b. at Jackson, Penn., 20 Jan. 1859. 

10330 V. Elbert Irving Whitney, b. at Jackson, Penn., 10 March 1S61. 

10331 VI. Frank Arthur Whitney, b. at Jackson, Penn., 19 Nov. 1 S67. 

10332 VII. George Legrand Whitney, b. at Jackson, Penn., 23 July 1868. 



Chil. of John Sheldon and Harriet Adelaide (Whitney) Tiffany. 

10333 I. Francis Rupert Tiffany, b. at Mount Pleasant, Penn., 2S July 
1848; a carpenter; married at Bethany, Penn., 13 Sept. 1S70, Emma Jane 
Peck, dau. of George Washington and Elsie Jane (Alexander) Peck. 
They settled at Providence, Penn.; and were still living there in March 
1874. 

10334 II. John Winfield Tiffany, b. at Mount Pleasant, Penn., 4 March 
11851; a carpenter; married at Aldenville, Penn., 14 Oct. 1873, Emma 

Clarissa Blanding, dau. of John and Clarissa (Eggleston) Blanding. They 

(settled at Mount Pleasant, and were still living there in March 1874 

10335 III. Judson Emmons Tiffany, b. at Gibson, Penn., 1 Ap. 1853; a 
j carpenter; was living with his parents, at Mount Pleasant, Penn., in March 

1874. 



Whitney Family, 



ich 36 IV. Thadclcus Emory Tiffany, b. at Mount Pleasant, Penn., 21 
Sept. 1855; and was living there, with his parents, in March 1S74. 

10337 ' V. Hiram Burton Tiffany, b. at Mount Pleasant, Penn., 28 Dec. 
1858; and was living there, with his parents, in March 1S74. 

10338. VI. Charles Henry Tiffany, b. at Mount Pleasant, Penn., 4 Nov. 



I503 



10339 VII. a^innie Etta Tiffany, b. at Mount Pleasant, Penn., 3 Jan. 1866. 

10340! VIII. Frederick Anson Tiffany, b. at Mount Pleasant, Penn., 31 
March 1868. 



10341 



IX. Orlena Adelaide Tiffany, b. at Mount Pleasant, Penn., 25 Oct. 



Chil. of Freeman Pembroke and Sarah (Hine) Whitney. 

10342 I. Berta Eliza Whitney, b. at Gibson, Penn , 13 Sept. 1856 ; died at 
I New Milford, Penn., 19 June 1S62, and was buried there. 

10343 I II. Harriet rVJaria Whitney, b. at New Milford, Penn., 8 Nov. 1861. 
10344' III. Mary Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Gibson, Penn., 19 Sept. 1867. 

10345 j IV. Hayden Stuart Whitney, b. at Gibson, Penn., 19 Ap. 1869. 

10346 V. Harvey Thaddeus Whitney, b. at Gibson, Penn., 14 Nov. 1871. 



3830 



10347 
10348 



'0349 
10350 



Chil. of Wilberforce Richmond and Helen Maria (Washburn) 

Whitney. 3§33 

I. Frederick Mortimer Whitney, b. at Gibson, Penn , 31 Dec. 1866. 

II. Harland Eugene Whitney, b. at New Milford, Penn., 7 Sept. 
568. 

III. Edna Luvella Whitney, b. at New Milford, Penn., 21 Nov. 1870. 

IV. Bessie Lilian Whitney, b. at Gibson, Penn., 27 July 1S72. 

I 



1504 



Rip-Ji th ( lCiicra tion . 



10351 



'035^ 



'0353 



Chll. of William and Mary (Tiffany) Pickering. 

I, Sarah Ann Pickering, b. at Gibson, Penn., 20 Oct. 1842; mar- 
ried there, 9 March 1 865. by Rev. Roswell G. Lamb, Baptist, to David 
Michael, a farmer, of Clifford, Penn., who was born at Clifford, Glamor- 
ganshire, Wales, 6 Feb. 1S41, son of John and Margaret (Breese) Michael. 
They settled at Clifford, Penn., and were living there in Aug. 1S74. He 
enlisted, 13 Nov. 1861, in Co. G, 17th Beg., Penn. Vol. Inf., as a private; 
and was discharged as sergeant-major, 7 Dec. 1S64. 

II. Aulden Sheldon Pickering, b at Gibson, Penn., 25 March 
1846; a miller; married at Gibson, iS Nov. 186S, by Rev. George R. 
Hair, Methodist Episcopal, to Ellen Ehrgood, who was born at Sterling, 
Penn., iS Feb. 1S47, dau. of William and Mary (Ink) Ehrgood. They 
settled near Smiley post-office, in Gibson; and were living therein March 
1874. 

Ill William Frederick Pickering, b. at Gibson, Penn., 21 Ap. 
1858; and was living there in March 1S74. 



Chll. of Ceorge Henry and Elvira M. (Payne) Pickering. 

10354 I. Kenry D. Pickering, b. at Gibson, Penn., 17 Dec. 1847; enlisted 
at Binghamton, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1864, in — Reg. of N. Y. Vols., and served till 
22 June 1865, when he was discharged at Washington, D. C. 

10355 H. Elizabeth R. Pickering, b. at Gibson, Penn., 26 March 1S49; 
married, 9 Ma)- 1S66, William W. Pope. 



3835 

7586 



3836 



Chil. of Frederick Lewis and Frances Lunigan (Wellman) 
Pickering. 

10356 I. (da Augusta Pickering, b. at Union, N. Y., 12 May 1S51. 

10357 : II- fsadore Amelia Pickering, twin, b. at Susquehanna Depot, 

Penn., 24 Ap. 1853. 

10358 III. Esabelle Ophelia Pickering, twin, b. at Susquehanna Depot, 
1 Penn., 24 Ap. 1S53. 



3837 



Whitney Family. 

Chil. of James M. and Sarah Jane (Pickering) Craft. 

10359 I- Emma F. Craft, b. at Gibson, Penn., 4 Sept. 1855. 

10360 II. Charles Ellsworth Craft, b. at Gibson, Penn., 9 Nov. 1861 

10361 ; III. Frank Craft, b. at Gibson, Penn., 29 Aug. 1S67. 



I505 

3S4i 



Chil. of Franklin Decatur and Sally Elizabeth (iViarkharn) Case. 

10362 I. Frederick Elroy Case, b. at Great Bend, Penn., 19 Nov. 1858: 
1 and was living with his father, at Binghamton, N. Y., in 1S74. 



Chil. of Alonzo and Rubie S. (Turtle) Whitney. 

10366 I. Ada Rubie Whitney, b. at Marysville, Ohio, 9 Nov. i860; died 
I 29 May 1 86 1, and was buried at Marysville. 

10367; II. Caroline Ada Whitney, b. at Marysville, Ohio, 15 Aug. 1863; 
j died 15 Sept. 1864, and was buried at Marysville. 

10368 ; III. Minnie May Whitney, b. at Marysville, Ohio, 1 May 1S68. 



Chil. of Ceorge William and Amy (Westcott) Howd, 

I 10369 I. William Henry Kowd, b. at Lenox, Penn., 1 July 1S42; died at 
! Farmington, Penn., 20 June 1861, and was buried in the Farmington 
I Cemeterv. 



3844 



10363 ' II. Rosa Emily Case, b. at Great Bend, Penn., 3 May 1861. 

Chil. of Franklin Decatur and Mary Amanda (flfiarkham) Case. 3S44 

10364: III. Anna Catharine Case, b. at Libert)-, Susquehanna Co., Penn., 
15 June 1S70. 

10365 I IV. Frank Leroy Case, b. at Binghamton, N. Y., 16 Nov. 1873. 



3846 



10370' II. Charles Westcott Howd, b. at Windsor, N. Y., 17 Feb. 1S44; 17592 



1506 



Eighth ( reiteration. 



\ married at Madisonville, Penn., 15 Aug. 1863, Emeline Sayer, dau. of 

George Washington and Arzene Waler (Carey) Sayer, of Providence, 
'' Penn., where she was born. He settled at Covington, Penn., and thence 

moved to Daleville, in the same count)'. He served, as a private, in the 
I 45th Reg. of Penn. Vol. Infantry, in the war of 1S61. 

10371 III. Mary Eliza Howd, b. 3 Nov. 1S45; c,ic(:I at Beech Wood, Penn., 
20 May 1S62, and was buried in Farmington Cemetery, at Farmington, 
Penn. 

10372 IV. George Wallace Howd, b. 14 Aug. 1848; died at Gaines, Penn., 
24 July 1865, and was buried in Farmington Cemetery, in the same county. 

i He served, as a private, in the 98th Reg. of Penn. Vol. Infantry, in the 
war of 1 86 1. 



•0373 V. Susan Janet Howd, b. near Carbondale, Penn., 18 Oct. 1850; 

married at Marshfield, Penn., 13 Feb. 1868, by Rev. G. N. Packer, Meth- 
odist Episcopal, tn Lambert Leroy Smith, a farmer, born at Charleston, 
1 Penn., 26 June i84S,son of James Alonzo and Lorinda Minerva (Farnham) 
Smith. They settled at Marshfield ; and thence removed to Holyoke, 
Mass., in 1S73. 



594 



10374 VI. Asahel Levi Howd, b. 28 

N. Y., in 1S73. 



VIS: 



d was living at Windsor, 



10375 VII. Lucius Bentley Howd, b. 10 March 185S; died at Farmington, 

; Penn., 9 Ap. 1861, and was buried in the Farmington Cemetery. 



10376 

10377 

10378 

10379 
10380 
10381 



Chil. of Lewis and Craec Whitney (Landcraft) Shelley. 
I. Josephine Grace Shelley, b. 16 March 1S43; married Edward 



3S63 



. Carpenter; and lived at Helena, Montana, in 1867, without chik 


ren. 




II. Jenny Augusta Shelley, b. 15 Oct. 1845. 






III. Lewis Redfield Shelley, b. 21 Nov. 1S47. 






IV. Frank Shelley, b. 2 Dec. 1849; died aged about 2 years. 






V. Frank Whitney Shelley, b. 2 Dec. 1851; a musician. 






VI. John Edwin Shelley, b. 9 June 1853. 




J 



Whitney Family. 



1507 



10382 VII. William Justin Shelley, b. 22 Nov. 1855 ; died aged about 2 
years. 

10383 VIII. William Cleever Wilkinson Shelley, b 3 March 1S59; died 
17 Jan. 1S64. 



Chil. of John and Sarah Amelia (Landcraft) Bray. 

10384 I. John Bray. 

103S5 II. Frank Hoadley Bray. 

10386 III. Frederick Bray. 

10387 IV. Charles Lee Bray. 



3866 



10388) 
10389s 



Chil. of William Cogswell and Anna Lavina (Fnockridge) Whitney. 
I to III. One son and two daughters; names not reported. 



387: 



Child of Ceorge Henry and Caroline Amanda (Shepard) Whitney. 

10390 I. h-ving Shepard Whitney, b. at Oneida, N. Y., 23 Sept. 1859; 
and was living with his father, at Hackettstown, N. J., in 1S74. 

Chil. of Ceorge Henry and Henrietta (French) Whitney. 

1 039 1 II. Mary Vincent Whitney, b. at Jersey City, N. J., 3 July 1S69. 

10392 HI. Bertha Hurst Whitney, b. at Newark, X. J., 14 Jan. 1871. 



Chil. of Charles Washington and Eliza Priscilla (Beach) Whitney. 

10392.1 I. Florence Vietta Whitney, b. at 64 Plane Street, Newark, N. J., 
7 Ap. 1870; died at East Orange, N. J., 2^ Aug. 1S71, and was buried in 
her grandfather Whitney's lot, Fairmount Cemetery, Newark. 

10392b II. Caroline Beach Whitney, b. at 62 Plane Street, Newark, N. J., 
14 March 1S72. 



387; 



587; 



3878 



1508 



Eighth Generation. 



10392.: III. Frederick Beach Whitney, b. at 62 Plane Street, Newark, 
N. J., 20 Sept. 1S74. 

10392J IV. Louis Cogswell Whitney, b. at 74 Lincoln Avenue, Newark, 
N. J.,20 Dec. 1S7G. 



Child of Edward Alvin and Alice (Hathaway) Whitney. 3S79 

10393 I- Eva Whitney, b. at 27 Pacific Street, Newark, N. J., 10 May 1S73. 



Chil. of James Oscar and Sallie Maria (Moore) Whitney. 

10394 I. Fe^aria Margaret Whitney, b. at Washington, D. C, iS Jan. 1S55; 
and died there, 10 May 1S71. 

10395 H- Sarah Catharine Whitney, b. at Washington, D. C, 2 March 
1858. 



Chil. of Theodore Clay and Mary Elizabeth Amelia (White) 

Hartwell. 3S93 

10396 ' I. Lauretta Hartwell, b. at Mobile, Ala., 13 May 1S69; died there, 

13 June 1S69, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery. 

10397 II. Henry Theodore Hartwell, b at Mobile, Ala., 7 March 1871. 



Chil. of David Ham and Cornelia Jane (Hartwell) Pritchard. 

10398 I. Florine JVlaffitt Pritchard, b. at Mobile, Ala., 2 Jan. 1S69. 

10399 II- May Whitney Pritchard, b. at Mobile, Ala., 29 Dec. 1S71. 

10400 III. Haig Pritchard, b. at Mobile, Ala., 31 Dec. 1873. 



3S94 



Chil. of Ceorge Henry Baldwin. 

10401 I. Charles Baldwin. 

10402 II. Caroline Baldwin. 



3898 





Whitney Family. 


_ 


I5O9 




Chil. of Aaron Francis and Martha (Pond) Baldwin. 




i 
3899 


10403 


I. Josephine Baldwin. 






10404 


II. Arthur Baldwin. 




39M 




Chil. of Poter and Maria (Peck) Grant. 


1 0405 


I. Sarah Grant. 






10406 


II. William Grant. 






10407 


III. Charles Wesley Grant. 






10408 


IV. Peter Grant. 






10409 


V. Thomas Jefferson Grant, went to California. 








Chil. of James Carr and Sarah (Peck) Everett. 




3915 


10410 


I. Catharine Everett, married Gilbert, a jeweller ; and 

in Remsen Street, Brooklyn, N. V. 


settled 




10411 


II. Mary Everett, married Cornelius Moore, of Harlem, N. Y.; 
dead. 


and is 




10412 


III. Gertrude Everett, married Abraham T. Buckhout, a sa 


esman 





10414 



and book-keeper; and settled at Tremont, X. Y. He was living in New 
York City in 1S74. 

IV. Cornelia Everett, married at Brooklyn, X. Y., Cerritt Hoodless ; 

settled at Chicago, 111., and was living there in 1874, with four children, 
whose names have not been reported. 

Y. James Everett, married Louisa Finley, and had one child. He 
served in the war of 1861; was kilied in the battle of The Wilderness; and 
was buried in a vault at Harlem, X. Y., with his mother. 



Chil. of Joseph and Abigail (Wardell) Judson. 

I. Abby Jane Judson, b. at Darien, Conn., 9 May 1826; married at 
Rye, X. Y., 5 July 1847, Warren Smith Sammis, a painter, whose parents 



3920 

17596 



i ; io 



Eighth 



(icneratwii. 



then lived at Stamford, Conn. He was born at Darien, 27 Sept. 1825, 
son of Smith Conklin and Harriet (Clark) Sammis. They settled at Darien, 
and were living there in 1 S74. 

10416 II. Charles Isaac Judson, b. at New Canaan, Conn.; a builder; 17604 
married at Fairfield, Conn., 9 March , Catharine Hayes, who was born 

at Fairfield, dan. of Alfred and Sabra Hayes. He has lived at Fairfield 
and Bridgeport, Conn., and since 1867, at Elkhart, Indiana. 

This intelligent gentleman has discovered that " tharc is Munny for the 
I Whitny and Wardel famuly"; and has very shrewdly refused to give; 
any account of himself, on the ground that it might imperil his right to the 
" Propperty that Belongs to me in Ingland." We trust that we are not 
unduly proud of such relatives. 

10417 III. Julia Ann Judson, b. at Darien, Conn., 6 March 1S33; married 17606 
at Rye, N. V., 13 Sept. 1849, Leonard Sammis, a blacksmith, son of Smith 
Conklin and Harriet (Clark) Sammis, of Stamford, Conn., formerly of 
Darien, where he was born 22 Sept. 182S. They settled at West Darien, 
Conn., and were living there in 1S74. 



Chi I. of John and Mary Catharine (Judson) Wight. 

10418 I. John William Wight, died when about one year old. 

10419 II. John Robert Wight, died when about two years old. 



Chil. of Belding and Rebecca (Scoflelti) Hoyt. 



10421 II. Anson Baldwin Hoyt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 28 Oct 1823; a 

land-agent, doing business in New York City ; married at Yonkers, 14 Sept. 
1853, Harriet Ackerman, born at Riverdale, in Yonkers, 13 Sept. 1S25, 
dau of \\ illiam and Susanna (Garrison) Ackerman. She died at Yonkers, 
18 Sept. 1854, and was buried in Yonkers Cemetery. He married (2d), 
at Yonkers, 4 May 1859, Martha Jane Stillwell, born in New York City, 



3925 



10420 I. William Henry Hoyt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1821; married 17610 

at New York City, 2 Now 1846, Caroline Van Skiver, dau. of Peter and 
Maria (Geacox) Van Skiver, of Closter, N. J., where she was born 1 June 
1827. They settled at Yonkers; where he died, 3 Dec. 1861, and was 
buried in Yonkers Cemetery. He was proprietor of the Yonkers Hotel. 



17614 



1 04? 5 



10426 



Whitney Family. 

24 July 1S35, dau. of John and Martha Jane (Oakley) Stillwell. They 
were living at Yonkers in 1S73. 

III. Adelia Emeline Hoyt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y , 28 Dec. 1S25 ; and 
was living there, with her parents, unmarried, in 1S73. 

IV. Noah Brush Hoyt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y, 5 March 1S29; a 
farmer; married at Yonkers, I March 1 854, Amanda IVialvina Ackerman, 
born at Riverdale, in Yonkers, 30 Ap. 1833, dau. of William and Susanna 
(Garrison) Ackerman. They dwelt at Yonkers in 1873. 

V. rVlary Hoyt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 4 June 1833 ; died at Yonkers, 
28 Aug. 1837, and was buried there. 

VI. George Washington Hoyt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 3 March 1836; 
a farmer; married at Jamaica, L. I., 6 July 1S65, Mary Disbrow, born at 

! East Chester, N. Y., dau. of Joseph Pell and Susan Ann (Ackerman) 
Disbrow. They were living at Jamaica in 1S73. 

VII. Henry Belding Hoyt, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 5 Feb. iS 4 o; died 
there, 6 June 1S60, and was buried in Yonkers Cemetery. 



151 



17615 



[7619 



Chil. of Harvey and Caroline A. (Cogswell) Scofield. 

I. Adeline Scofield, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 15 Jan. 1S25 ; married 

William C. Cumming; died at West Farms, 26 Sept. , and was buried 

in Woodlawn Cemeterv. 



3927 



1042S II. Henry Scofield, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 15 Sept. 1828. 

10429 III. George Scofield, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 8 Dec. 1S30; and 
was living at Mott Haven, New York City, in 1S74. 

10429 IV. Harvey Scofield, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 4 March 1833; died 
at West Farms, 14 Ap. , and was buried there. 

10430, V. IVJary Ann Scofield, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 4 March 1836; 

married Ceorge Hitchcock; died at West Farms, 6 Nov. , and was 

buried in Woodlawn Cemeterv. 



1043 



VI. Eliza Fox Scofield, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 3 July 1S38 ; mar- 
ried C jorge Hitchcock. 



Ijl2 

10432 

10433 
10433 ■ 
10434 



High th Gen era tion . 



VII. Hester Fox Scofield, b. at West Farms, N.Y., 2 Jan. 1840;' 
married John McChristy. 

VIII. William Scofield, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 16 Nov. 1S43; 
died at Harlem, N. Y., 27 Jan. , and was buried at West Farms. 

IX. Caroline Scofield, b. at West Farms, N. Y., 18 Aug. 1845; diccl ' 
at West Farms, 1 Aug. , and was buried there. 



X. Caroline Scofield, b. at West Farm 
John Ryer. 



N.Y., 5 Sept. 1847; married 



Chil. of Henry and Eliza (Titus) Scofield. 

10435 I. Mary Titus Scofield, b. at Cold Spring, Huntington, L. I., 12 Dec. 
1S33; married there, by Rev. John W. Leek, Episcopal, 31 Dec. 1870, to 
Charles Burling Weokes, of Hempstead, L. I., son of George Gilbert and 

I Sarah (Pettit) Weekes. They resided at Cold Spring in 1 874. 

10436 II. Sarah Douglass Scofield, b. at Cold Spring, Huntington, L. I., 
25 July 1835; died there, 25 June 183S, and was buried at Huntington. 

10437 HI. Titus Wardwell Scofield, b. at Cold Spring, Huntington, L. I., 
7 Ap. 183S; served in the war of 1S61, in Co. B, 127th Reg., X. Y. S. 

, Volunteers; and lived in California in 1S74. 

10438 IV. Susan Titus Scofield, b. at Cold Spring, Huntington, L. I ., 19 
June 1841; died there, 19 June 1842, and was buried at Huntington. 



392S 
1 762 1 



Chil. of Lewis and Sarah Ann (Palmer) Scofield. 



39^9 



10439 I- Henry Ellsworth Scofield, b. at Stamford, Conn., 4 March 1S32; 17622 I 
a manufacturer of dye-stuns; married at Stamford, iS March 1855, Lois 

Amelia Holley, dau. of Augustus and Phebe (Seeley) Holley, of Long 
j Ridge, in Stamford, where she was born 29 Oct. 1837. The)- settled at 
Stamford, and were living there in Sept. 1877. 

! 

10440 II. James Theodore Scofield, b. at Stamford, Conn., 4 March 1834; 

a blacksmith; was living at Stamford, with his mother, in Sept. 1877, 
j unmarried. He enlisted, 11 May 1S61, in Co. F, 3d Reg., Conn. Vol. 
Infantry; and was mustered out at Hartford, Conn., 12 Aug. 1861. He 







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1513 




enlisted 
moted t 
Conn., 


24 July 1S62, in Co. P., 17th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry ; 
be corporal, 3 Sept. 1S62 ; and was mustered out at Ne\ 
3 Sept. 1S65. 


was pro- 
i Haven, 





III. Ceorge Albert Scofield, b. at Stamford, Conn., 14 June 1S36; 
a house-painter; married at Stamford, 8 Oct. 1866, Abigail Thompson, 
dau. of Elias and Hannah Maria (Palmer) Thompson, of Stamford, where 
she was born 31 Oct. 1841'). The}- settled at Stamford, and were living 
there in Sept. 1873, and at Darien, Conn., in Sept. 1877. He enlisted, 1 1 
May 1861, in Co. F, 3d Keg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; and was mustered out 
at Hartford, Conn., 12 Aug. 1861. He reenlisted, 24 July 18G2, as ser- 
geant, in Co. B, 17th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; and was mustered out at 
New Haven, Conn., 3 Sept. 1865 ; having been confined by the Confeder- 
ates for eight months in various prisons. He was captured at Welaka, 
Fla., 19 May 1S64; and was paroled 27 Feb. 1865. 



■7623 



IV. Alfred Van Buren Sccfiek!, b. at Stamford, Conn., 21 Feb. 
183S; a firmer; married at Mianus. in Greenwich, Conn., 25 Dec. 1S6G, 
Lucretia Worden, who was born at Greenwich, 26 Feb. I S3 1, dau. of 
Andrew and Amanda (Tenpenny) Worden, and widow of Edward Field, 
of Rye, N. V. They settled at Mianus, and were living there in Sept. 
1S77. He enlisted, 11 Aug. 1S62, in Co. B, 17th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infan- 
try; and was mustered out, as corporal, at New Haven, Conn., 3 Sept. 
1865. He was captured on the same day with his brothers, at Welaka, 
Fla.; and was confined at Andersonvillc, Mellen, Savannah, Florence, and 
Wilmington prisons, till paroled 2j Feb. 1863. 



[7626 



10443 V. Lewis Washington Scofield, b. at Stamford, Conn., 21 June 
1S40; a manufacturer of dye-stuffs; married at Stamford, 22 Feb. 1870, 
Eliza Priscilla Self, dau. of William and Fliza (Easton) Self, of New York 
City, where she was born 22 Feb. 1831. They settled at Stamford, and 

1 were living there, near the Cove Mills, in Sept. 1S77. He enlisted, 28 July 
1862, as corporal, in Co. B, 17th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry ; and was mus- 
tered out at New Haven, Conn., 3 Sept. 1865. He was captured with his 
two brothers, at Welaka, Fla., 19 May 1864, and was paroled 27 Feb. 
1S63. 

10444 VI. Noah Franklin Scofield, b. at Stamford, Conn., 21 March 1843; 
a house-painter; was living at Stamford, with his mother, in Sept. 1S77, 
unmarried. He enlisted, 13 Sept. 1862, in Co. B, 28th Reg., Conn. Vol. 
Infantry; and was mustered out at New Haven, Conn., 28 Aug. 1SG3. 



17629 



10443 VII. Doctor Chauncey Ayers Scofield, b. at Stamford, Conn., 22 
July 1845; a manufacturer of extracts for dyeing; married at Stamford, 
15 Ap. 1 866, Melonee IV!orell, dau. of Robert and Mary Jane (Lockwood) 



17630 



5<4 



Eighth Generation. 



Morell, of Mianus, Conn., where she was born 18 July 1S45. They settled 
at Stamford, and were living there, at the Cove Mills, in Sept. 1877. 

10446 VIII. Charles William Scofield, b. at Stamford, Conn., 23 Aug. 1763: 

1S4S; a carpenter; married at Danen, Conn., 24 Dee. 1869, Caroline 
Matilda Flanigan, dau. of Frederick and Emeline (Waterbury) Flanigan, 
of Darien, where she was burn 26 March 185 1. They settled at New 
Haven, Conn., and were living there in Sept. 1877. 



IX. Edgar Homer Scofield, b. at Stamford, Conn., 
and was living there, with his mother, in Sept. 1873. 



Oct. 1853; 



Chil. of Frederick and Maria (Scofield) Fowler. 

1044S I. Jane Elizabeth Fcwler, b. in New York City, 16 Feb. 1S32; mar- 

ried there, at her father's house, 2S Dec. 1S58, by Rev. Asa Smith, 
Presbyterian, to William Berrian, son of Jacob and Maria (Corsa) Berrian, 
of Fordham, X. V., where he was born 31 Dec. 1836. They settled at 4S9 
i Second Avenue, Xew York, and were still living there in June 1874. 

10449 II. Alonzo Jackson Fowler, b. in Xew York City, 20 March 1S35; 

' died there, 19 May 1841, and was buried in Yonkers, X. Y. 

[0450 III. Frederick Mortimer Fowler, b. in New York City, 12 Jan. 
1837; a book-keeper; was living at 4S9 Second Avenue, Xew York, in 
Sept. 1874, unmarried. 

1045 1 IV. Maria Louisa Fowler, b. in Xew York City, 6 Oct. 1S3S; died 

there, 4 Feb. 1866, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

10452 V. Rufus Henry Fowler, b. in Xew York City, 1 Nov. 1840; a 

salesman; was living at 489 Second Avenue, Xew York, in Sept. 1S74, 
unmarried. 



3930 
D"634 



10453 VI. Charles Theodore Fowler, b. in Xew York City, 14 Jan. 1S43; 
and was living there, at 489 Second Avenue, in Sept. 1 S74, unmarried. 

10454 VII. George Washington Fowler, b. in Xew York City, 4 July 1763 
1S45; a broker; married in New York, 15 June 1S65, by Rev. C. B. Sing, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Mary Francis Finley, born in Xew York, dau. of 
William and Mary Finley. They were living at 4S9 Second Avenue, New 
York, in Sept. I 874. 



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1515 



10455 VIII. Helena Gertrude Fowler, b. in Now York City, 15 Feb. 1849; 
died there, 28 July 1S49, and was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery. 

10456 IX. Olive Estelle Fowler, b. in New York City, 10 Feb. 1S54; and 
was living there, with her parents, at 4S9 Second Avenue, in Sept. 1874. 



10457 

10458 
10459 



Chil. of Edwin and Eliza (Scofield) Bur 



I. Homer Bunnell, was living at 143 Norman Avenue, Green Point, 
N.Y., in Dec. 1874; but refused to give any account of himself or his family. 



II. Lewis Bunnell. 



III. Ida Wildey Bunnell, married Edward Smith; and settled at 
Williamsburgh, L. I. 



10460 
1 046 1 

10462 
10463 
10464 



Chil. of William Henry and Adeline (Scofield) Kirby. 

I. Eliza Matilda Kirby, b. in New York City, 22 May 183S; died 
there, 22 Nov. 1839, and was buried in West Farms, N. Y. 

II. IV?ary Adeline Kirby, b. in New York City, 24 Sept. 1S40; mar- 
ried there, 13 June i860, CuMen Warner Parmelee, son of Rev. Dan 
Steele and Sirena (Scott) Parmelee. They were living at 229 East 26th 
Street, New York, in Jan. 1875. 

III. William Theron Kirby, b. in New York City, 18 Aug. 1S42; 
died there, 1 Aug. 1843, and was buried in West Farms, N. Y. 

IV. William Henry Kirby, b. in New York City, 10 Nov. 1845; and 
was living there, at 229 East 26th Street, in Jan. 1S75. 

V. Ollie Virginia Kirby, b. in New York- City, 2 June 1849; married 
there, 8 June 1S70, ICnox McAfee, son of William and Elizabeth (Cooper) 
McAfee. They were living at 3,2 West 30th Street, New York, in Jan. 
l875. 



393" 



17639 



10465 



Chil. of John and Mary Ann (Scofield) Craft. 

I. Mary Elizabeth Craft, b. in Nepperhan Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y., 

(2 Nov. 1831; married in Washington Avenue, Yonkers, 1 July 1856, by 



17641 



3933 
17643 



1516 



Eighth Generation. 



Rev. V. M. Hulbert, pastor of the Reformed Church, to Isaiah Chadbourne 
Bragdon, born at Durham, Me., 3 July 1829, son of Nathaniel and Mary 
(Cresy) Bragdon. They lived at Yonkers in 1S74; and he was then 
superintendent of a planing-mill. 

10466 II. Daniel James Craft, b. in Mechanic Street, Yonkers, N. Y., 24 
Ap. 1S33; an engineer; married in Oliver Avenue, Yonkers, 28 Feb. 1S53, 
by Rev. D. Henry Milier, Baptist, to Caroline Maria Doty, bom at West- 
chester, N. Y., 27 May 1825, dau. of Elvin and Elizabeth (Valentine) 
Dot)'. He lived at Yonkers in 1874. 

10467 III. John Wesley Craft, b. in Walnut Street, Yonkers, X. Y., 21 

May 1835; a hatter; married in Washington Avenue, Yonkers, 3 June 
1855, by Rev. D. C. Van Norman, Methodist, to Jane Eliza Berran, born 
at Westchester, N. Y., 20 May 1S34, dau. of John Devoe and Sarah Ann 
(Berran) Berran. He resided at Yonkers in 1874. 



10468 IV. Sarah Ward Craft, 

1836; died there, 12 Sept. Ii 
Yonkers. 



n Walnut Street, Yonkers, X. Y., 28 Oct. 
and was buried in St. John's Cemetery, 



10469 V. Emily Frances Craft, b. in Walnut Street, Yonkers, N. Y., 28 
June 1838; married in Ashburton Avenue, Yonkers, 30 June 1S63, by 
Rev. V. M. Huibert, pastor of the Reformed Church, to James Bowler, a 

i carpenter and builder, born at East Chester, N. Y., 25 July 1841, son of 
; George and Mary Ann (Brundage) Bowler. They lived at Yonkers in 
1874, without children. 

10470 VI. rVJoses Aaron Craft, b. in Walnut Street, Yonkers, N. Y., 15 17659 
: March 1840; a mason; married in Ashburton Avenue, Yonkers, 30 June 

1S63, by Rev. V. M. Hulbert, pastor of the Reformed Church, to Catharine 
Amelia Vincent, born in Allen Street, New York Cky, 7 Jan. 1841, dau. of 
James and Phebe Smith (Bedell) Vincent. He lived at Yonkers in 1S74. 



10471 



1047: 



VII. William Henry Craft, b. in Walnut Street, Yonkers, N. Y., 16 
Aug. 1841; died in Elm Street, Yonkers, 19 Aug. 1858, and was buried in 





Scofield. 




Chil. of William and Cornelia (Mead) 


3934 


I. Frances (Vlary Scofield, b. at Greenwich, 


Conn., 17 Nov. 183S ; 


I/663 


married there, 19 Ap. 1S65, Edward Augustus Peck, 


a grocer, son of Arad 




and Eliza (Stevens) Peck, of Greenwich, where he \ 


•as born 22 Oct. 1S34. 




They settled at Greenwich, and were living there in 


Sept. 1 87 3. 





/ Vh itn ey Fam ily 



i 5 i 7 



10473 II. Eliza Jane Scofield, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 16 May 1840; died 
at Greenwich, 25 March 1SG7, unmarried, and was buried there. 

10474 III. Cornelia Ann Scofield, b. at Greenwich, Gmn., 10 Aug. 1841; 
married there, 13 March 1867, Oliver Deliverance Mead, a farmer, son of 
Smith and Huldah (Mead) Mead, of Greenwich, where lie was born. They 
settled at Greenwich, and were living there in Sept. 1877. 

10475 IV - Charles William Scofield, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 5 Feb. 1844; 
a salesman; married at New York City, 22 Dec. 1S66, Grace Sampson. 
They were living at Brooklyn, N. Y., in Sept. 1S73, and his place of busi- 
ness was at 122 Chambers Street, New York. 

10476 V. George Edgar Scofield, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 29 Jan. 1848; 
a druggist; married Isabel Celia Merritt, dau. of Matthew and Isabel 

| Merritt, of Greenwich, where she was born. They settled at Greenwich, 
and were living there in Sept. 1873. 

10477 VI. Edwin Bunnell Scofield, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 14 Feb. 1S55; 
a drugget ; was living at Greenwich in Sept. 1873. 

10478 VII. Joseph Henry Scofield, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 25 Aug. 1857; 
died at Greenwich, 28 Jan. 1858, and was buried there. 

10479 VIII. Leola Matilda Scofield, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 30 Aug. 
1859; died at Greenwich, 2 Sept. 1861, and was buried there. 

10480 IX. Frederick Henry Scofield, b. at Greenwich, Conn., 14 Sept. 
1S61. 



Chil. of William and Mary Elizabeth (Whitney) Alvord 

I. Selleck Whitney Alvord 

ied 
there 



10482 
1048 



I. Selleck Whitney Alvord, b. at Albany, N. Y., 19 Aug. 1S28; 
died at San Francisco, Cal., 12 Jan. i860, unmarried, and was buried 
there. 

II. Charles Edmund Alvord, b. at Albany, N. Y., 21 Sept. 1S30; 
died there, 17 Nov. 1851, unmarried, and was buried at Albany. 

.83 III. William Alvord, b. at Albany, N. Y., 3 Jan. 1833; a banker; 
dwelt at New York City from Jan. 1S50 to Oct. 1S53 ; then went to Cali- 
fornia, reaching San Francisco in Nov. 1833; and was living there in June 



1 7666 



-667 



766S 



3942 



i <; i 



Eighth 



Generation. 



Company, vice-president of the Bank of California, and park-commissioner 
of San Francisco; and had been mayor of the citv in 1S71, 1S72, and 
1873. He has also been president of the San Francisco Art Association. 
A highly laudatory notice of him appeared in the New York Chimney 
Corner, of iS Oct. 1873. 



104S4 IV. Emma Whitney Alvord, 

died at Defreestville, N. V., j 3 July 



b. at Albany, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1S35; 
836, and was buried at Albany. 



10485 V. Henry Benjamin Alvord, b. at Albany, N. Y., 4 Sept. 

hardware-merchant; was living at San Jose, Cal, in June 1S77. 



Chil. of James Wilson and Cath£ 



Ann (Whitney) Creen. 



3943 



10486 I. Sarah Elizabeth Green, b. in Catharine Street, New York, 28 

j Feb. 1833; and was living at $/ Monroe Place, Brooklyn, N. Y., in June 
I 1877, unmarried. 



10487 II. James Frederick Creen, b. in Vandewater Street, New York, 
11 Jan. 1835; a hardware-merchant; married at Northumberland, N. H., 

j 8 Nov. i860, by Rev. Moses Sherman, to Abby Martha Merriam, born at 
Northumberland, 19 Ap. 1S37, dau. of Benjamin and Abby (Blake) 
■ Merriam. They were living at Haverstraw, N.Y., in Feb. 1874/ He died 
j at East Haddam, Conn., 1 May 1876, and was buried there. She was 
living at 543 Henry Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in June 1S77. 

10488 III. Sidney Harper Green, b. in Fifth Street, Richmond, Ind., 26 
July 1S43; married in the Methodist Church at Haverstraw, N.Y.,11 Nov. 
1875, by Rev. Charles Larew, Methodist Episcopal, assisted by Rev. 
Amasa Freeman, Presbyterian, to Annie Hutton Anners, o( Haverstraw, 
born in Jersey City, N. '}., 6 Jan. 1853, dau. of Samuel and Jane (Hutton) 
Anners. They were living at 543 Henrv Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in June 
1S77. 



1 7669 



176/1 



10489 IV. Anna Catharine Green, b. in Cranberry Street, Brooklyn, 
j N. Y., 11 Nov. 1846; and was living with her father, unmarried, at 543 
' Henry Street, Brooklyn, in June 1877. 

10490 V. Kenry Ward Beecher Green, b. in Adams Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 22 July 1849; died at 22 Lamartine Place, New York, 5 Sept. 1849, 



was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, 



Whitney Family. i 5 1 9 



Chil. of James and Sophia (Whitney) Connelly. 3944 

10491 I. Leonard Whitney Connelly, b. at New York City, 11 March 
1849; was adopted, by his uncle and aunt Robinson, and at their request, 
writes his name "James L. Connelly." Me was living at Brooklyn, X. V., 
unmarried, in June 1877; and was then deputy-clerk of the Board of 
Supervisors of Kind's County, having held the position for eleven years. 

10492 II. Emma Connelly, b. at New York City, 17 Nov. 185 1; was 1767: 
adopted soon after the death of her parents, and her name changed to 
Emma Lowe; married at Cypress Hills, N. Y., 27 Dec. 1S6S, John 
Lakeland Hall, a dealer in marble and granite, born at New York, 9 July 

1848, son of James and Mary Ann (Green) Hall. They were living at 
East New York, L. I., in June 1S77. 

10493 HI. Elizabeth Baldwin Connelly, b. at New York City, 5 March 
1854; was adopted soon after the death of her parents, and her name 
changed to Elizabeth Baldwin Joyce; was living at Warren, R. I., in June 
1877, unmarried. 

10494 IY. Annie Sophia Connelly, b. at New York City, 8 Dec. 1S55; 
was adopted soon after the death of her parents, and her name changed to 
Annie Sophia Piatt; was living at 13S Ouincy Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 
June 1S77, unmarried. 

10495 V. Julia Woodworth Connelly, b. at New York City, 18 Aug. 
1857; was adopted soon after the death of her parents, and her name 
changed to Julia Woodworth Reid ; was living at 27S Carroll Street, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., in June 1877, unmarried. 



Chil. of Hamilton Washington and Emma (Whitney) Robinson. 3945 

10496 I. Emma Robinson, b. at Albany, N. Y., 13 Jan. 1839; married at 17675 
New York City, 6 Nov. 1861, Job W. Harris; died at New York, 12 May 

1875, and was buried at Worcester, NY. He was living at New York in 
May 1877; address, 483 Tenth Avenue. 

10497 II. James Whitney Robinson, b. at Jersey City, N. J., 28 July 

1S41 ; a farmer ; was living at Worcester, N. Y., in May 1877, unmarried. 

1049S III. Fanny Robinson, b. at Jersey City, N. J., 8 Jan. 1844; married 17676 
at New York City, 10 Dec. 1S72, by Rev. Dr. Newell, jr., Presbyterian, to 



1 520 



Eighth Generation. 



Napoleon Bonaparte McLaughlcn, a soldier, son of Hiram and Mary 
(Lathan) McLaughlen, of Chelsea, Vt, where he was born S Dec. 1823. 
He entered the U. S. Army, 27 March. 1S61, from New York, as second- 
lieut, of the 1st Reg. of U. S. Cavalry, which was changed to 4th U. S. 
Cavalry, by act of 5 Aug. 1S61. He was promoted to be captain, 17 July 
1862; brevet brig.-general, 13 March 1865; major of the 10th Cavalry, 
17 May 1876; and was stationed at Fort Concho, Texas, in June 1S77. 

IV. Anna Robinson, b. at 61 Columbia Street, Albany, N.Y., 20 March 170; 
1846; married at 345 West 29th Street, New York, 15 Jan. 1S6S, by Rev. 
H.J. Northrop, Presbyterian, to Jonathan Dickinson Wilson, a bank-teller, 

son of Jonathan Dickinson and Ann Clark (Teer) Wilson, of Kingston, 
N. Y., where he was born 13 Jan. 1839. They dwelt at Omaha, Neb., 
from 28 Jan. 1868 till 8 May 1875 ; then settled at Worcester, N. V., and 
were living there in Nov. 1877. 

V. Hamilton Washington Robinson, b. at New York City, 16 
May 1849; and died there, 27 Jan. 1830. 



10501 



VI. William Alvord Robinson, b. at New York City, 23 May 1S56; 
and died there, 22 July 1S59. 



1050: 



10503 
10504 



VII, Henry Alvord Robinson, b at New York City, 8 July 1859; a 
student in Columbia College, New York ; was living with his father, at 5 
East 65th Street, New York, in June 1877. 



Chil. of David and Julia Alvord (Whitney) Woodworth. 394 r ' 

I. Ada Virginia Woodworth, b. at Albany, N. Y., 6 July 1856; died 
in infancv. 

II. Harriet Newell Woodworth, b. at Albany, N. Y., 1 Dec. 1859; 
died in infancv. 



10505 III. Jessie Woodworth, b. at Albany, N. Y., 28 May 18G1; died in 
infancy. 

Child of Robert Maxwell and Julia Alvord (Whitney) Fry. 

10506 IV. Marian Fry, b. at 1126 Jefferson Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., 9 July 
1875. 



3946 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Konry and Polly (Jaycox) Smith. 

10507: I. Catharine E. Smith, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1S24; 
and died there, 17 Aug. 1825. 

10508 II. Charles W. H. Smith, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 20 July 1S26; 
and died there, 7 Sept. 1827. 

10509 III. Abraham A. Smith, b. at Poughkeepsie, N.V., 29 Nov. 1827. 

10510! IV. Sarah Jane Smith, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 20 May 1829; 
died at New York City. 

1051 1 V. Alfred S. Smith, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y, 8 March 1S31. 

10512 VI. Mary E. Smith, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 22 May 1832; and 
died there, 7 Sept. 1832. 

Chil. of Henry and Rebecca (Rogers) Smith. 

VII. Harriet Rebecca Smith. 



Smith, particulars not reported. 
Smith, particulars not reported. 




Chil. of Noah and Mary (De Forest) Smith. 

105 16 I. Jacob Henry Smith, b. at Long Ridge, Stamford, Conn., 18 Oct 
1834; an engineer; married at New Haven, Conn., Anne Ross; and lived , 
' at New York City in 1S72, when last heard from. 

10517 II. fVlary Eliza Smith, b. at Stamford, Conn., 4 Feb. 1S37; married 
James Sanderson, of New Haven, Conn.; and resided at the corner of 
j Orchard and Martin Streets, New Haven, in 1873. 

105 18 III. Harriet Emily Smith, b. at Long Ridge, Stamford, Conn., 1 Dec. 
j 1838; married Theodore Bellwood, of New Canaan, Conn. He was a 
Union soldier in the war of 1861; and died in the army in 1864. She 
went to Utah in 1866; and in 1867, married Jacob Weiler. She died 9 
July 1870, and was buried in Salt Lake City Cemetery. 



1521 

3947 



39-17 



3948 



1 7679 



105 19 IV. Sarah Elizabeth Smith, b. at Long Ridge, Stamford, Cc 



>5 



Eighth Generation. 



10521 



10523 

10524 
10525 

10526 



i Aug. 1S41; died at New Canaan, Conn., 27 Ap. 1842, and was buried in 
the New Canaan Cemetery. 

V. Cornelia Frances Smith, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 13 Feb. 
1S43; married at Salt Lake City, Utah, 14 Feb. 1S63, Harrison ShurtlefT; 
and lived there in 1S72. 

VI. Alice ftflelissa Smith, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 7 March 1S45; 
married at Salt Lake City, Utah, 2 Jan. 1864, by Wilford Woodruff, "one 
of the twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day 
Saints," to John WcCuckin r/lalin, a fanner, son of Elijah and Sarah 
(McGuckin) Malin, of East Nantmeal, Penn. He was born in Chester Co., 
Penn., 16 Aug. 1833. They dwelt at Salt Lake City till 1S68; and then 
settled at Rockport, Utah, where they were still living in 1873. 

VII. Charles Albert Smith, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 2 Dec. 1S46; 
lived at Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1872. 

VIII. George Edward Smith, b. at Stamford, Conn., 30 Sept. 1849; 
died at New Canaan, Conn., 14 Aug. 1S52, and was buried in New Canaan 
Cemetery. 

IX. Ida Louisa Smith, twin, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 2 Ap. 1852; 
died there, 2 June 1852, and was buried in New Canaan Cemetery. 

X. Cora Elizabeth Smith, twin, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 2 Ap. 
1S52 ; died there, 20 Aug. 1852, and was buried in New Canaan Cemetery. 

XI. Ella Ethelena Smith, b. at Long Ridge, Stamford, Conn., 10 
Aug. 1S57; has spent three years in the Sandwich Islands, with her mother 
and step-father, the latter having been sent there as a Mormon missionary. 



Chil. of Selleck and Laura (Smith) Austin. 



3949 



3527 I. Henry Selleck Austin, b. at Poundridge, N. Y., 27 March 1829; 17687 

a shoemaker; married at Stamford, Conn., 25 Feb. 1S51, by Rev. Miles N. 
Olmstead, Methodist, to Eliza Jane Darrah, dau. of Isaac and Catharine 
Darrah, of New York City, where she was born 25 Dec. 1S29. He dwelt 
at North Stamford, Conn., for five years; at New Canaan, Conn., seven 
years; at Daiien, Conn., one year; and, in 1868, had lived at Norwalk, 
Conn., four years. 

10528 II. John William Austin, b. at Poundridge, N. Y., 27 Ap. 1835; U/6S9 



Whitney Family, 



married, 22 June 1S56, Claris 
Stamford, Conn., in 1868. 



Jane Searles. They lived at Long Ridge, 



1523 



10529 
10530 
10531 
10532 



Chil. of Jacob and Eliza (Smith) Biehop. 

I. Charles Kenry Bishop, b. at New York City, 12 Ap. 1828; and 
I died there, 12 Feb. 1830. 

II. John William Bishop, b. at New York City, 13 July 1829; and 
died there, 7 June 1832. 

III. IVJary Eliza Bishop, b. at New York City, 31 July 183 1; and 
died there, 24 May 1832. 



10533 

I 

j 10534 

' 10535 



10536 
1053/ 



IV. Jacob Henry Bishop, b. at New York City, 15 Feb. 1833; a; 
carriage-trimmer; married at Holmesville, Ohio, 5 Ap. 1S6S, Sarah 
Catharine Backum, dau. of William George and Isabel (Brakeville) 
Backum ; and lived near Nimisila post-office, Manchester, Ohio, in 1873. 
He enlisted in the 27th Reg. of N. Y. Vols., 6 May 1861, and took part in 
the first battle of Bull Run and six other battles, during his two years of 
service, being mustered out 30 May 1S63. 

V. Charles Edwin Bishop, b. at New York City, 3 March 1835;. 
and died there, 9 May 1S36. 

VI. George Edward Bishop, b. at Bristol, IncL, 2j March 1S37; 
and died there, 9 Sept. 1838. 

VII. Eveline rViaria Bishop, b. at Bristol, Ind., 20 Sept. 1S39; mar- 
ried by Rev. Hezekiah West, Baptist, at Yates Centre, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1861, 
to George W. Cox, a carriage-maker, born in Half Moon Tavern, Horning, 
Norfolkshire, England, 26 Sept. 1S37, son °f Robert and Mary Ann 
(Prior) Cox, of the village of Horning. After leaving her father's house, 
she lived at Ludlowville, N. Y., for six months, from 185 I to 1852 ; Yates 
Centre, N. Y., from 1S52 to 1866; Ridgeway Corners, N. Y., from 1 S66 to 
to 186S ; and since 1S6S, at Medina, N^ Y. 

VIII. William Edwin Bishop, b. at Bristol, Ind., 6 Jan. 1842 ; and 
died there, 31 Aug. 1846. 



IX. Francis Washburn Bishop, b 

and died there, 26 March 1845. 



it Bristol, Ind., 10 May 1844; 



7692 



17694 



1524: Eighth Generation. 



Child of Isaac Richmond and Harriot (Smith) Kurd. 

10538 I. Harriet Lilian Hurd, b. at Yates Centre, N. Y., 3 Aug. 1S55: died 

there, 26 May 1S60, and was buried in the cemetery near the Baptist 
Church. 



Chil. of Isaac Selleck and Frances Helena (Dann) Smith. 3955 

10539 I. Edward Winfield Smith, b. at Stamford, Conn., 24 June 1S53. 

10540 II. Fanny Elizabeth Smith, b. at Stamford, Conn., 30 Ap. 1S56. 

10541 III. Archibald Livingston Smith, twin, b. at Stamford, Conn., 21 
May 1S5S. 

I ' 

10542 IV. William Richmond Smith, twin, b. at Stamford, Conn., 21 May 
1858. 

10543 \ V. Angeline Smith, b. at Stamford, Conn., 24 Dec. 1S59; died 17 

Feb. 1S60, and was buried at Hunting Ridge, Stamford. 

10544 VI. Elvin Elmer Ellsworth Smith, b. at Somerset, X. Y., 20 May 
1862. 

10545 VII. Minnie Alice Smith, b. at Somerset, N. Y., 13 May 1S64. 



Chil. of James Darling and Maria (Dedrick) Waring. 395; 

10546 ■ I. George E. Waring, died young. 

10547 ' II- F^a rv Waring, married William Waterman. 

! 

10548 III. Whitney Waring. 

10549 IV. Julia Waring. 

10550 V. Louisa Waring. 

1055 1 j VI. Waring, twin. 

10552 VII. Waring, twin. 

10553 VIII. Waring. 





Whitney Family. 




1525 




Chil. of Joseph D. and Hannah Maria (Waring) Ferris. 




395S 


10554 


I. William Edgar Ferris, married Maria Clark. 




17699 


10555 


II. Joseph Orman Ferris. 






10556 


III. Emma Sophia Ferris, died aged 19 years. 






•°557 


IV. IVIary Amelia Ferris, died aged about 5 years. 






10558 


V. Margaret Anna Ferris, married, as Iris second wife, Thomas 


Loud. 




10559 


VI. Susan Elizabeth Ferris, married, as his first wife, Thomas 


Loud. 






Chil. of Stephen H. and Agnes (Reed) Waring. 




3959 


10560 


I. George Washington Waring. 






10561 


II. Theodore {VSortimer Waring, married in New York City. 






10562 
I 


III. Ella Irene Waring, married Frank Pierce, an Englishman 
lived in New York City in 1 S6S. 


; and 


17700 




Chil. of Henry and Rachel Augusta (Bird) Waring. 




3960 


10563 


I. Lavinia B. Waring, married Capt. Sands M. Land. 




17701 


10564 


II. Anna Augusta Waring. 






10565 


III. Andrew Waring. 






| , 10566 


IV. Crenville Waring. 






: 10567 


V. Bruce Waring. 







Chil. of Silas and Susan (Waring) Scofleld. 

10568 I. Elizabeth Holmes Scofleld. 

10569 J II. James Waring Scofleld. 

10570 : III. Mary Wheeler Scofleld. 



396i 



1526 Eighth Generation. 



Child of Lewis Augustus and Ann Millington (Waring) Reed. 39^3 

1057 1 I. Thomas Reed, lived at Ridgefield, Conn., in 1868. 



Chil. of Selleck Whitney and Catharine (Schenck) Waring. 39^4 

10572 I. Selleck Whitney Waring, lived at New Orleans, La., in 1868. 

10573 II. Frederick Hosea Waring, lived at New Orleans, La., in 1868. 



Chil. of Stephen and Evelina Whitney (Reynolds) Curtis. 39<j8 

10574 I. Emilie Abilena Curtis, b. at 48 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass., 
20 July 1848. 

10575 II. Woodbury Secor Curtis, b. at 679 Greenwich Street, corner of 
Christopher, New York, 15 July 1S56. 



Chil. of Albert and Mary Louisa (Reynolds) Johnson. 39/0 

10576 I. Susan Johnson, married Dodd; and lived in Tennessee in 

1868. 

10577 H< Wilford Johnson, lived in New York in 1868, unmarried. 
1057S III. Martha Johnson, lived in New York in 186S, unmarried. 

10579 IV. Anna Johnson, lived in New York in 186S, unmarried. 

10580 V. Henry Johnson, lived in New York in 1S6S, unmarried. 



Child of Thomas Whitney and Hannah (Drake) Waterbury. 397-1 

10581 I. Samuel Waterbury, b. at Belvidere, 111., 1 1 Oct. 1S43; married by 

Rice Dunbar, J. P., in Marion County, Oregon, 2 June 1S67, to Louisa 
Tourinda Cox, bom in Cedar Co., Mo., 4 Ap. 1S51. They lived at Salem, 
Oregon, in 1874. 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Thomas Whitney and Jane (Dawson) Waterbury. 

10582 II. Emma Jane Waterbury, b. at Belvidere, 111, 9 Aug. 1846; 
married by William Howlet, J. 1\, in Clackamas Co., Oregon, 2 Sept. 1S63, 
I to Nathaniel Markwood ; and lived at Salem, Oregon, in 1874. 

105S3 III. Mary Ellen Waterbury, b. in Clackamas Co., Oregon, iS Feb. 
: 185:2; married by George Miller Whitney, " Campbellite preacher," at 

, Oregon, 9 Ap. I 868, to James Fleming Eoff, born at Burlington, 

Iowa, 7 Jan. 184.6. They resided at Salem, Oregon, in 1874. 



1527 

3974 



10584 
10585 
10586 I 

10587 

105S8 



IV. La Fayette Waterbury, b. in Clackamas Co., Oregon, 30 Oct. 
1854. 

V. Francis Warren Waterbury, b. in Clackamas Co., Oregon, 21 
Dee. 1856. 

VI. James Thomas Waterbury, b. in Clackamas Co., Oregon, 3 
Jan. 1S62. 



Chil. of James Selleck and Ann Elizabeth (Scofield) Waterbury. 

I. Ann Elizabeth Waterbury, b. at North Stamford, Conn., 15 July 
1844; died at North Stamford, 3 Aug. 1844, and was buried there. 

II. Mary Ann Waterbury, b. at Stamford village, Conn., 13 July 
1S46; married at Norwalk, Conn , by Rev. S. 15. S. Bissell, Congregational, 
1 1 Oct. 1S65, to Joseph Benjamin Ells, editor and publisher of the Norwalk 
Gazette, who was born at Norwalk, 17 Nov. 1855. He still dwelt there in 

j 1868, having lived at Ansonia, Conn., for two months, and at Waterbury, 
! Conn., fifteen month-. 

10589 III. Catharine Maria Waterbury, b. at Stamford village, Conn., 14 
Aug. 1S4S; died 3 March 1861, and was buried in the North Stamford 

\ Cemetery. 

10590 IV. Henry Selleck Waterbury, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 12 Sept. 1855; 
died 12 Sept. 1855, and was buried at Norwalk. 

10591 ; V. James kelson Waterbury, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 17 Aug. 1857; 

died 22 Dec. 1863, and was buried in Norwalk Cemetery. 

10592 ; VI. Charles Thomas Waterbury, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 9 Ap. 

1859; died 7 Ap. 1865, and was buried in Norwalk Cemetery. 



3976 



17704 



I 5 2 

10593 



el 



Eighth Generation. 



VII. 



the same day, unnamed 



Waterbury, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 24 Ap. 18G7; died on 



Child of Isaac Theodore and Mary Esther (Phillips) IVIungar. 

10594 I. Martha Secor Mungar, b. at 13 West Baltic Street, Brooklyn, 

N. Y., 26 Jan. 1865. 



10595 
10596 
10597 
10598 
10599 



10G00 
i 
i 10601 



1 060: 



10603 



Chil. of Charles Piatt and Louisa (Foster) Mungar. 

I. Charles Henry Mungar, b. 26 Jan. 1S63. 

II. William Oscar Mungar, b. 1 Nov. 1S64. 

III. Maria Louisa Mungar, b. 15 Jan. 1S67. 

IV. George Whitney Mungar, b. 15 June 1869. 

V. Ada Florence Mungar, b. 13 Feb. 1S73. 



Chil. of John William and Rachel Matilda (Brooks) Whitney. 

I. John William Whitney, b. at 13 Plain Street, Albany, N. Y., 20 
March 1S32; married at Buffalo, N. Y., Jane Ann Slater. The)- were 
living at East Swan Street, Buffalo, in Dec. 1875 ; and had two children, 
whose names could not be obtained by the writer. 

I 

II. Sarah Elizabeth Whitney, b. in Maiden Lane, Albany, X. Y., 4 
Ma}' 1834; married at Brooklyn, N.Y., John Austin Crolius. They were 
living at New York City in Dec. 1875, with six children, concerning whom 
they were unwilling to furnish particulars. 



! 10604 Hh Frederick Dulliger Whitney, b. at 41 State Street, Albany 



3978 



3979 



Chil. of John Theodore and Evelina Louisa (Secor) Pinckney. 398o 

I. Isabelle Pinckney, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 19 Dec. 1S70. 

II. Clara Louisa Pinckney, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 14 Aug. 1872. 



593: 



Whitney Family 



1529 



N. Y., 15 June 1S36; died at Albany, 16 May 1837, an d was buried in 
\ Albany Rural Cemetery. 

10605 IV. Harriet Cornelia Whitney, b. in Pearl Street, between Whitehall 
and The Battery, New York, 2 June 1839; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 
John M. Richardson; and was living there in Dec. 1875, without children. 

10606 V. Augustus Whitney, b. at 27 Dey Street, New York, 18 March 
1 84 1 ; died 28 March 1S41, and was buried in Albany Rural Cemetery. 

10607 VI. Mary Louica Whitney, b. in Stone Street, New York, 20 March 
1843; married at Brooklyn, N. Y, 5 Feb. 1S61, Joseph Wilmont Cornell, 

! a carpenter, son of Clark and Mary (Spencer) Cornell, of Clinton, Perm., 
j where he was born 7 June 1825. They dwelt at Brooklyn for three years; 
i at Clinton, one year and a half; and, in 1S67, settled at Middletown, N. Y., 
j where the} - were still living in Nov. 1S75. 

10608 VII. Emma Augusta Whitney, b. in Bridge Street, near Whitehall, 
New York, 14 Sept. 1845 ; married at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, N. Y., 
16 Aug. 1862, Edward Wisdom, a merchant, son of William and Mary 
(Warren) Wisdom, who were living at 380 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
in Dec. 1875. He was born at Cleveland, Ohio, 14 Feb. 1841. They 
dwelt at Brooklyn till Oct. 1S63; at Montreal, C. W., till Nov. 1S65; at 
Philadelphia, Penn., till Sept. 1 S68 ; and then moved to Chicago, III., 

(where they were still living in Dec. 1S75, at 151 South Peoria Street, his 
business being at 20 South Canal Street. 

1106091 VIII. James Torbis Whitney, b. in Morris Street, New York, 16 
June 1S47 ; died at New York, 15 Sept. 1S48, and was buried in a vault in 
! Varick Street. 



7706 



I77I3 



10610 IX. Catharine Amanda Whitney, b. in Mulberry Street, New York, 
j 24 Dec. 1849; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., Ceorge W. Bain. The)- were 
I living at 317 Jay Street, Brooklyn, in Nov. 1S75, without children. 

10611 X. Alfred Webster Whitney, b. in Mulberry Street, New York, 23 
Feb. 1852 ; a mariner; was in service on the U. S. Steamship Franklin in 

j 1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of Charles A. and Amelia Ann (Whitney) Van Sise. 

! 10612 I. Ann Elizabeth Van Sise, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 21 
■ Ap. 1839. 



3993 



1530' Eighth Generation. 

10613 II. Alfred Floyd Van Sise, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., iS 

March 1841; married at Cypress Hills, L. I., 3 Ap. 1S67, Annie E. Van 
Slse, dau. of James Van Sise, of Cypress Hills. 

j 10614 III. Edward Clawson Van Sise, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., j 177 

11 March 1843; married at Syosset, Oyster Bay, 31 May 1S63, Mary 
Emma Weekes, dau. of Daniel and Esther Weekes ; and lived at Syosset 
in 1S67, a trader. 

10615 IV. Mary Amelia Van Sise, b, at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 22 
I Ap. 1S45. 

10616 j V. Timothy Augustus Van Sise, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, 

L. I., 26 June 1847; died at Woodbury, 18 Feb. 1851, and was buried 
there, in Fountain Hill Cemetery. 

' 10617 VI. Frances Emma Van Sise, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 

21 Sept. 1S49. 

10618 VII. Frederick Stanley Van Sise, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bav, 
L.I., 23 July I8 5 2. 

10619 VIII. Charles Franklin Van Sise, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, 
L. I., 15 June 1S56. 



Chil. of John Clawson 1 and Catharine (Webb) Whitney. 

10620 I. Emma Jane Whitney, b. at 53 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 31 
Jan. 1847. 

1062 1 II. Melvin Clawson Whitney, b. at 53 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 26 May 1S49; died 16 Dec. 1849, and was buried in Fountain Hill 

: Cemetery, Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I. 

10622 III. John Fletcher Whitney, b. at 107 Prospect Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 26 Feb. 1852; a merchant ; was in business at 20 Fulton Street, 
Brooklyn, in Sept. 1S77, with his uncle and cousin. 

10623 IV. Edwin Dudley Whitney, b. at 32 Pineapple Street, Brooklyn, 
N. V., 17 June 1856. 

■ John Clawson Whitney, No. 3904. died at 7 Willow Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 9 Aug. 1S77, 
and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 



Whitney Family. 1531 

10624 V. Walter Whitney, b. at 7 Willow Street, Brooklyn, N. Y, 30 Jan. 



1 0626 



10627 



Chil. of Daniel Darling and Sarah (Titus) Whitney. 

I. Phebe Anna Whitney, b. at 30 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 8 
July 1S46; died at 10 Poplar Street, Brooklyn, 1 8 Dec. 1862, and was 
buried in Fountain Hill Cemetery, Woodbury, L. I. 

II. Elizabeth Titus Whitney, b. at 34 Henry Street, Brooklyn, 
N. V., 13 Feb. 1S49; married at 10 Poplar Street, Brooklyn, 28 June 1S71, 
Harvey Augustus Eames, son of David Fay and Sarah Taft (Whitney) 
Eames, of Upton, Mass., formerly of Grafton, Mass., where he was born 

, 7 Feb. 1845. He was a grandson of Moses Whitney, who was descended 
from John and Elinor Whitney. 1 

III. Cerald Whitney, b. at 34 Henry Street, Brooklyn, X. Y., iS 
I Nov. 1851; a merchant, at 20 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, in Sept. 1 S 7 7 , with 

his father and cousin. 



IY. Danie! Darling Whitney, 

N. Y., 8 June 1S54. 



b. at 34 Henry Street, Brooklyn, 



3995 



Chil. of Scudder Valentine and Elizabeth (Titus) Whitney. 3996 

10629 I. Phebe Titus Whitney, b. at Woodbury, L. I., 26 Jan. 1852. 

10630 II. Daniel Scudder Whitney, b. at Woodbury, L. I., 4 Nov. 1S55. 
1063 1 III. Henry Clawson Whitney, b. at Woodbury, L. I., 31 May 1867. 



Chil. of William Henry and Sarah Ette (Whitney) Monfort. 

10632 I. Daniel Whitney fVlonfort, b. at West Hills, Huntington, L. I., ; 
Dec. 1846 ; a farmer. 

10633 II. Abram Clinton rVionfort, b. at West Hill-, Huntington, L. I. 
26 Ap. 184S. 

1 St.e note to Xo. 9627. 



1532 



Eighth Generation. 



10634 : III. Henry Alonzo Monfort, b. at West Hills, Huntington, L. I., 3 
Sept. 1852. 



Chll. of Samuel and Sarah (Whitson) Bedell. 3999 

10635 1- Mary Whitson Bedell, b. at Melville, L. I., 25 June 1S32; mar- 
ried there, 3 Sept. 1865, at her father's house, by Rev. Charles M. Oakley, 

I Presbyterian, to Timothy Jackson Terry, a farmer and ship-carpenter, son 
of Ketcham and Mary (Snedecor) Terry, of Patchogue, L. I., where he was 
born 22 March 1S11. They settled at Amityville, L. I., and were living 
there in May 1875, without children. 

10636 II. Alma Jane Bedell, b. at Melville, L. I., 2 Ap. 1S42; married 17718 
there, I Oct. 1862, at her father's hou^e, by Rev. Edward R. Fanning, 

; Methodist, to Elbert Ketcham Terry, son of Timothy Jackson and Amy 
(Seaman) Terry, of Amityville, L. I., where he was born 26 Ap. 1S34. 

1 They settled at Amityville, and were living there in May 1875. Her hus- 
band is a son of her sister's husband, bv a former marriage. 



10637 

10638 
10639 
10640 



Child of Mott and Esther (Whitson) Simonson. 4OOI 

I. Charles Mott Simonson, was living at YVestburv, L. I., in July 

S75. 



Chil. of Henry and Susan Jane (Whitson) Burr. 

I. Preston Henry Burr, b. at Cold Spring, L. I., 20 Nov. 1853 ; was 
living at Oakdale, L. I., in Jul)- 1875, unmarried. 

II. Ruth Adelia Burr, b. at Bedelltown, in Oyster Bay, L. I., 19 Oct. 
1856; and was living at Oakdale, L. I., in July 1S75, unmarried. 

III. George White Burr, b. at Bethphage, L. I., 2 Oct. 1859; and 
was living with his parents, at Oakdale, L. I., in July 1875. 



Chil. of John Cilbert and Sarah Howard (Wiekes) Whitson. 

10641 : I. George Homer Whitson, b. at Half Hollow Hills, in Huntington, 
L. I., 13 Jan. 1852; and was living at Deer Park, L. I., in Nov. 1S75, 
unmarried. 



4004 



IV k itney Fa in ily < . 



l S33 



10642 ! II. Emily Howard Whitson, b. at Half Hollow Hills, L. I., 5 Nov. 
I 1S53; and was living at Deer Park, L. I., in Nov. 1S75, unmarried. 

10643! HI. Marion Whitney Whitson, b. at Half Hollow Hills, L. I., 8 
Jan. 1861; died there, 2 June 1866, and was buried in Babylon Cemetery. 



10644 



10645 



10646 



[0647 



IV. John Whitney Gilbert Whitson, b. at Half Hollow Hills, L. I., 
15 Ap. 1 86y ; died there, 5 Nov. 18CS, and was buried in Babylon Ceme- 
tery. 



Chil. of Darling Erush and Harriet North (Vail) Whitney. 

I. Lloyd Gardiner Whitney, b at Dix Hills, Huntington, L. I., 17 
Ap. 1835 ; died at Huntington, 21 March 1850, and was buried at Wood- 
bury, L. I., in Fountain Hill Cemetery. 

II. Stanton rVSartine Whitney, b. at Dix Hills, Huntington, L. I., 
22 Feb. 1837 i enlisted in 1862, at La Crosse, Wis., where he then lived, in 
the 24th Reg. of Wisconsin Infantry; took part in the battles of Murfrees- 
borough, Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, and Chickamauga ; was with 
Gen. Sherman from Chattanooga to Atlanta ; was in the Division of Gen. 
Thomas, in his retreat from Atlanta, to Nashville ; and at the end of his 
three years' service, was honorably discharged, and returned to Winona, 
Minn., where he still lived in 1868. 

III. Clinton Romeyn Whitney, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 19 
Dec. 1839; died 9 Feb. 1S41, and was buried in Fountain Hill Cemetery, 
Woodbury, L. I. 



4006 



10648 I IV. Edwin Ray Whitney, twin, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 31 
Oct. 1841; enlisted in 1862, in "2d N. Y. Harris' Light Cavalry," and 
served till the surrender of Lee, two years and ten months, when he was 
honorably discharged, and returned to New York City, where he still 
resided in 186S. His list of engagements numbers eighty-nine, and he 
escaped unhurt, while his comrades on either side were instantly killed. 



10649J V. George Emmet Whitney, twin, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 
j 3 1 Oct. 1841; enlisted in 1S61, for three years, in First Reg. of U. S. 
! Sharp-shooters ; served his full time, without sickness or wounds, except 
j a slight contusion of the shoulder by a piece of spent shell, and without 
I being absent from his company for two days at a time. His regiment, 
1 from 20 March 1862 to 16 Sept. 1864, took part in 39 battles. He was 
j honorably discharged, and lived in New York City in 1 80S. 



15 34 



Eighth Generation. 



10650 
1065 1 
10652 

10653 
10654 



VI. Harriet Augusta Whitney, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 2 
Dec. 1S44; and lived with her parents in 186S. 

VII. Sealey Benedict Whitney, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 23 
July 1847; an d lived with his parents in 1868. 

VIII. Sarah Louise Whitney, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 
20 July 185 1 ; and lived with her parents in 186S. 

Chil. of Darling Brush and Letitia Jane (Franklin) Whitney. 

IX. Townsend Franklin Whitney, twin, b. at East Norwich, Oyster 
Bay, L. I., 12 Ap. 1861 ; died there, 18 July 1S61, and was buried in Foun- 
tain Hill Cemetery, Woodbury, L. 1. 

X. John Brush Whitney, twin, b. at East Norwich, Oyster Bay, 
L. I., 12 Ap. 1861; died 12 Ap. 1S61, and was buried in Fountain Hill 
Cemetery, Woodbury, L. I. 



Child of Jacob Carman and Sarah Esther (Whitney) Valentine. 

10655 I. John F. Valentine, was reported a., living at Green Point, L. I., 

in 1S6S. All efforts to learn anything of him or his family have been 
unsuccessful. 



4006 



Chil. of Zebulon Doty and Martha Antoinette (Whitney) Whitman. 4008 

i 10656 ' I. Sarah Augusta Whitman, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, E. I., 
3 June 1844 ; died at Williamsburgh, N. V., 25 Oct. 1S47, and was buried 
at Comae, Huntington, L. I. 

I 

10657 u - Mary Emma Whitman, b. at Williamsburgh, N.Y., 10 Dec. 1846. 

10658 III. Laura Daisy Whitman, b. at Comae, Huntington, L I., 16 
j March 1849; died at Comae, 19 Sept. i860, and was buried there. 

10659 IV. Clara Augusta Whitman, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 27 
-Aug. 1851. 

10660 ' V. Hannah Elizabeth Whitman, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 6 

Jan. 1854. 



Whitney Family. 

VI. John Darling Whitman, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 2 Aug. j 
1856. 

10662 \ VII. George Stanley Whitman, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 7 

Sept. 1859; died at Comae, 30 June 1863, and was buried there. 

10663 VIII. Zebulon Seymour Whitman, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 
I 7 July 1S62 ; died at Comae, 17 .March 1866, and was buried there. 

I 
106641 IX. Martha Lighthall Whitman, b. at Comae, Huntington, L. I., 

14 Ap. 1867. 

I 
I 

Chil. of Richard Udall and Clarissa Harriot (Whitney) Carll. 

I 10665 j I. Hannah Elizabeth Carll, b. at Claypits. L. I., 18 Sept. 1S43. 

■ 10666 II. John Whitney Carll, b. at Claypits, L. I., 24 Nov. 1848. 

III. Richard Clinton Carll, b. at Claypits, L. I., 25 Dec. 1853. 



1535 



10667 
1 0668 



IV. Carlos Carll, b. at Claypits, L. I., 24 July 1855; died 17 March 
1856, and was buried in the cemetery at Comae, Huntington, L. 1. 



Chil. of John Jay and Sarah Louisa Nicoll (Floyd) V/hitney. 

10669 ! I- Clarence Whitney, b. at Melville, Huntington, L. I., 16 Sept. 
j 1853; died on the same day, and was buried in Fountain Hill Cemetery, 
j Woodbury, L. I. 

10670! II. Charles Floyd Whitney, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 26 
Sept. 1S59. 



4010 



10671 



Child of Albertus H. and Margaret Elizabeth (Whitney) Beach. 
I. George Beach, b. at Green Point, Brooklyn, N. Y., 30 July 1854. 



401 1 



Child of Nathaniel Whitman and Mary Eliza (Velsor) Whitnoy. 40: 

I. Israel Rodgers Whitney, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 21 



!- 



1536 



10673 

10674 

10675 
10676 

10677 



10678 
10679 
106S0 

1068 1 



Eighth Generation. 

March 1S48; died there, 25 July 1S4S, and was buried in Fountain Hill 
Cemetery. 

Chil. of Nathaniel Whitman and Sarah Jane (Valentine) Whitney. 

II. Phebe Elizabeth Whitney, b. at East Brooklyn, L. I., 29 May 
185s; died there, iS Dec. 1853, and was buried in Fountain Mill Ceme- 
tery, Woodbury, L. 1. 

III. Seymour Darling Whitney, b. at East Brooklyn, L. I., 4 Feb. 
1855. 

IV. Israel Clavvson Whitney, b. at Setauket, L. I., 19 Jan. 1857. 

V. Joshua Whitney, b. at Eaton's Neck, Huntington, L. I., 15 Feb. 
1859. 

VI. Whitney, a son, b. at East New York, in Ap. i860; died 

at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 20 July i860, and was buried in Fountain 
Hill Cemetery. 



Chil. of Andrew and Mahala Esther (Whitney) Cheshire. 4023 

I. Phebe Emma Cheshire, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., iS 
June 1840. 

II. rviary Ann Cheshire, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 23 Nov. 
1 841 ; died there, 20 Dec. 1843, and was buried at Syosset, in Oyster Bay. 

III. Mary Lavinia Cheshire, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 9 177-1 
Jan. 1845; married by Rev. Mr. Durbar, Methodist, at East Norwich, 
Oyster Bay, 21 Dec. 1865, to Elbert Velsor, of Oyster Bay Cove, L. I. 

IV. Caroline Frances Cheshire, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, 
L. I., 3 fan. 184S; died there, 22 Feb. 1856, and was buried at Syosset, 

! Oyster Bay. 



Chil. of Jesse Clawson and Erneline (Van Sise) Whitney. 

106S2 I. IVIary lantha Whitney, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 9 July 

1848. 

10683 II. Emma Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 



4024 



Whitney Family. 



3 Ap. 1856; died there, 17 May 1858, and was buried in Fountain Hill 
j Cemetery. 



Child of Israel Rodgers and Cynthia Jane (Schenck) Whitney. 

10684 I. Samuel Cornelius Whitney, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 
I 23 July 1S46; died 25 July 1846; and was buried in Fountain Hill Ceme- 
tery. 



I 106S5 



Child of Amos and Phebe Ann (Whitney) Cheshire. 

I. William Edgar Cheshire, b. at Woodbury, Oyster Bay, L. I., 16 

March 1857. 



1537 



4025 



4026 



Chil. of Daniel and Charlotte (Shepard) Barnum. 

106S6 I I. Sarah Barnum, b. at Bethel, Conn., 29 March 1828; married at I 
Philadelphia, Penn., 8 May 1S51, Stephen B. Wickens, son of Obed and 
Sarah Wickens; survived her husband, and was living at Middle-town, 
Conn., in Oct. 1S75, without children. 

10687, H- Joanna Barnum, b. at Bethel, Conn., 20 March 1830; married at 17722 
222 West 25th Street, New York, 4 June iSGS, by her brother, Rev. 
Frederick Shepard Barnum, to John Romer, son of Joseph and Sarah 
(Banks) Romer. They were living at 40 West 50th Street, New York, in 
[ Oct. 1875. 

10688 III. Emily Augusta Barnum, b. at Bethel, Conn., 27 Ap. 1832; 17723 

married in Bedford Street Methodist Episcopal Church, New York, 7 Nov. 

{ i860, by Rev. W. P. Strickland, to John Lawrence fvlcDermot, son of 

Theodore and Esther A. (Lester) McDermot; and was living at 255 

Halsey Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in Oct. 1875, having survived her husband. j 

1 10689 IV - Oliver Shepard Barnum, b. at Bethel, Conn., 22 Aug. 1834; ! 
died unmarried, 31 Dec. 1S61, in New York City, and was buried at 
Bethel. 



110690! V. Frederick Shepard Barnum, b. at Bethel, Conn., 3 Feb. 1837; 17725 
J grad. at Wcsleyan University in 185- ; a minister of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church ; married at Flushing, N. Y., 19 Ap. i860, Esther Lee, dau. j 
j of Ashbel and Isabella (Hill) Lee": He was admitted to the New York 
Conference, on trial, in May 1859; in full connection, May 1S61; ordained; 



'5381 



Eighth Generation. 



10692 



10693 



deacon in May 1 861, elder in May 1S63; assigned to Peekskill, N. Y., 
1S59; Carmel, N. Y., i860; Lake Mahopac, N. Y., 1861; Great Barring- 
ton, Mass., 1862-3 ; Tine Plains, N. Y., 1S64-6; Saugerties, N.Y., 1S67-9; 
Shrub Oak, X.Y.,1870-1; and Central Church, Yonkers, N. Y., [872-3. 
He was preaching for the Presbyterian Church at Thompsonville, Conn., 
in Oct. 1S75. 

10691 VI. Julia Shepard Barnum, b. at Bethel, Conn., 5 July 1839; died 

at Bridgeport, Conn., 8 Jan. 1843, and was buried at Bethel. 



VII. Edmund Btagdon Barnum, b. at Bethel, Conn., 17 Ap. 1844; 
a lawyer, grad. at Columbia Law School, New York City, in 1865 ; married 
at 56 Sixth Avenue, Xew York, 26 Dec. 1S72, Maria Madeline Demarest, 
dau. of Henry and Eliza (Zabriskie) Demarest. He was practising his 
profession, at 133 Nassau Street, New York, in Oct. 1875. He served as 
second-lieut. of Co. 11, 137th Reg., Penn. Vol. Infantry, in the war of 1861. 



-29 



Chil. of William Coley and Emily (Trowbridge) Shepard. 

I. Josephine Emily Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 11 Ap. 1835; 
married there, 14 Jan. 1857, Elijah Cregory, a physician, son of Alfred and 
Amaryllis (Peck) Gregory, of Danbury, Conn., where he was born 9 Oct. 
1833/ He graduated in the Medical School of Yale College, 9 Jan. 1S56; 
settled at North Salem, N Y.; and, in Sept. 1 S60, moved to Bridgeport, 
Conn., where they were still living in Aug. 1875. 



839; a' 17731 



10694 I II. George Anson Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 2 Sept 

comb-maker; married in Ap. 1859, at Bethel, Josephine Sloan, dau. of 
j David and Mary (Lindon) Sloan, of the same place. She was born at 
Providence, R. I., 22 Sept. 1S40. They were living at Bethel in Aug. 1S75. 



10695 



10696 



III. Horace S-Sickok Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 28 Aug. 1844; 
and was living there in Aug. 1873, unmarried, a dealer in books and 
stationery. 



Child of Augustus Comstock and Mary Lucetta (Trowbridge) 
Shepard. 



403 



I. Andrew Trowbridge Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 10 Sept. 17734 
1837; a merchant; settled, in 1859, at Rockland, Mich., where he was 
married in 1865, by Rev. Charles C. Yemans, Methodist Episcopal, to 
Emma Lucetta Koyt, dau. of James Edward and Emily Augusta (Warner) 



Whitney Family. 



Hoyt, of New York City, where she was born I ■ 
Rockland, 21 July 1 S73, and was buried there. 
Rockland at the time of his death. She was lb 
1875. 



Nov. 1842. He died at 

He was supervisor of 

incr at Rockland in Oct. 



Chil. of Frederick and Eliza Hannah (Smith) Shepard. 

10697 I. Florence Augusta Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 23 Dec. 1840; 

married there, 8 Nov. 1865, in her father's house, by Rev. Gustavus L. 
I Foster, Congregational, to William John Hall, a wholesale dealer in hats, 
I son of John and Sarah (Harrison) Hall, of Newark, N. J. He was born at 
I Armagh, Ireland, 10 May 1841. They settled at Newark, and were living 

there, at 71 Emmet Street, in Nov. 1875; his business being at 470 

Broome Street, New York. 



1069S 



II. Julia Barnum Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 2 May 1843; mar- 
cd there, 25 May 1S63, in the Congregational Church, by Rev. Elijah C. 
Baldwin, to Ceorge Harvey Baird, dealer in dry goods, son of Elam and 
Esther (Castle) Baird, of Monroe, Conn., where he was born 31 Aug. 1S40. 
They dwelt at Danbury, Conn., in 1 S64 ; at Bethel, in 1865 ; at Newark, 
N. |., 1 866 to 1869; at Bridgeport, Conn., from Oct. 1869 till Ap. 1S72; 

_^ n...L »:il \„ , O - . . .,.,,-1 ♦ !■,.:,.■, .-..t,,,-,-,.--.,! (.. U,.tli,~.l n-l-i.-i.-. tli^-i.- wprp 



I at Danbury, till Ap. 1874 
still living in Oct. 1875. 



and then returned to Bethel, 



1539 



,0699' III. Pflary Weed Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 11 Aug. 1847; and 
was living there in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

10700' IV. Lucien Wilmot Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 27 Oct. 1849; 
and was living at 71 Emmet Street, Newark, N. J., in Sept. 1S75, unmar- 
ried, his business being at 470 Broome Street, New York. 

10701 V. Frederick Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 5 Dec. 185S; and was 
living at 71 Emmet Street, Newark, N. J., in Sept. 1S75. 



7737 



0-/33 



Chil. of Charles Henry and Fanny (Cregory) Shepard. 4033 

I Leroy Ferry Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 6 Feb. 1844; married 17741 
at Utica, N.Y., 26 Jan. 1869, by Rev. P. H. Fowler, D.D., Congregational, 
to Marian Augusta Barber, dau. of Amasiah Dutton and Jane (Parmelee) 
Barber, of Utica They were living at 125 Genesee Street, Utica, in Sept. 
1875. 



1540 


Eighth Generation. 




10703 


II. Starr Gregory Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 10 Sept. 1849; and 
was living at 125 Genesee Street, Utica, N. Y., in Sept. 1S75, unmarried. 




10704 


III. Martha Jane Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 6 Sept. 1S54; and 
was living there in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 




10705 


IV. Oliver Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 11 Jan. 1864. 






Chil. of Andrew Comstock and Martha (Ramsay) Shepard. 


4034 


10706 


I. Anson George Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 7 Ap. 1S51; was 
living at Leavenworth, Kansas, unmarried, in Aug. 1875. 




10707 


II. Charles Arthur Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 27 June 1S53; 
was living at Warrensburgh, Mo., unmarried, in Aug. 1S75. 






Chil. of Androw Comstock and Hattie Clarissa (Wildman) Shepard. 


4034 


1070S 


III. Susan Waller Shepard, b. at Pleasant Hill, Mo., 29 Ap. 1866. 




10709 


IV. Horace V¥ildman Shepard, b. at Pleasant Hill, Mo., 23 Ap. 
1872. 






Chil. of George Irving and Susanna (Loper) Shepard. 


4035 


10710 


I. Sarah Loper Shepard, b. at Guilford, Conn., 23 Sept. 1S45 ', died 
at Warsaw, Mo., 1 1 Nov. 1S46, and was buried there. 




1 07 1 1 


II. Sarah Loper Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 28 Oct. 1847; mar- 
ried at Pleasant Hill, Mo.. 15 Feb. 1 87 1 , by Rev. D'Estaing Jennings, 
Protestant Episcopal, to Ceorge Doty Little. They were living at 2707 
Thomas Street, St. Louis, Mo., in Aug. 1875. 


17745 



107 1 2 



III. Anna Loper Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 22 Aug. 1S52; died 
at Guilford, Conn., 3 Jan. 1S5X, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Ceorge Irving and Clara Trowbridge (Parsons) Shepard. 

IV. Ceorge Parsons Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 1 Oct. 1856 
died at Warsaw, 9 Dec. 1S57, and was buried there. 



Whitney Family 



154' 



10714 V. Martha Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 24 Nov. 1S57; died at 
I Warsaw, 29 Ap. 1861, and was buried there. 

10715 : VI. Laura Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 10 Ap. 1859. 

10716 VII. William Parsons Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 2S Jan. 1S62; 
died at Bethel, Conn., 3 March 1864, and was buried there. 

107 1 7 VIII. Clara Trowbridge Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 5 May 1863. 



Chil. of Philo Camp and Julia Ann (Shepard) Merwin. 

>7 1 8 I I. Florida Shepard Merwin, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 14 May 1S51; 
and was living there in Sept. 1S75, unmarried. 

>7 19 



II. Julia Belle Merwin, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 26 Feb. 1856; and 
was living there in Sept. 1S75, unmarried. 



Chil. of Elias 



and Sally (Lockwood) Sanford. 



I. Isaac Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 2j Ap. 1S15; a minister of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church; married at Fatchogue, L. I., 5 Dec. 
1 84 1, by Rev. Samuel W. King, Methodist Episcopal, to Lovisa Ann 
Weeks, dan. of Benjamin and Eleanor (Hunt) Weeks, of Patchogue. She 
was born at Westchester, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1S21. He was admitted, on trial, 
to the New York Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church 
in June 1840; was pastor at Stamford, Conn., and Pound Ridge, N. Y., 
till 1841; at Patchogue, L. I., till 1842; ordained deacon, May 1S42; 
pastor at Westbrook and Saybrook, Conn., till 1S44; ordained elder, June 
1844; pastor of Riverhead and Jamesport, L. I., till 1846; at Huntington, 
L. I., till 1847; at Goshen, Conn., till 1S48; at Cornwall and Ellsworth, 
Conn., till 1850; at Brookfield and Southville, Conn., till 1S32; at Bur- 
lington, Conn., till 1834; at Southbury, Conn., till 1836; at Woodbury, 
Conn., till 1838; at Windsor and Windsor Locks, Conn., till i860; at 
Wethersfield, Conn., till 1861; at Berlin, Conn., till 1862; at Ponset and 
Killingworth, Conn., till 1 864 ; when he was given a superannuated relation 
till 1S65 ; pastor at Durham, Conn., till 1S66, when he was again superan- 
nuated. In 1867, 68, and 69, he was classed as supernumerary, and again, 
in 1S70, as superannuated; which relation has since continued. He was 
living at Middlefield, Conn., in Sept. 1875; and at Barkhamsted, Conn., 
in Dec. 1873. 



4036 



i 54- 



Righ tli Genei -at ion . 



10721 II. Lockwood Sanford, b. at Waterbury, Conn., 5 Ap. 1S17; an 

.engraver; was living at 646 West Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn., in 
Aug. 1875. 

Chil. of Elias Bristol and Lucretia (Fayerweather) Sanford. 



4039 



10722 III. Joseph Burrel Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., n Feb. 1821; a 
lumberman and farmer; married at Preston, Perm., IO Sept. 1846, Mary 
Jane Woodmansee, dan. of James and Polly (Underwood) Woodmansee, 

of Preston, where she was born 20 Nov. 1S24. They settled at Preston, 
where he had dwelt since 1S39; ancl were living there in Oct. 1S75, near 
Island Pond post-office. He has held various town offices. 

10723 ' IV. Sarah Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 6 Ap. 1823; married 

Stephen Wiles; died 16 Feb. 1863, and was buried at Mount Pleasant, 
: Penn. 

10724 : V. Francis Asbury Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 9 Jan. 1825; a 

tailor; married at Harford, Penn., 4 Feb. 1846, Harriet Elizabeth Rice, 
born at Hubbardston, Mass., 23 Feb. 1827, dau. of Amos Jones and Sarah 
(Green) Rice. They died at Preston, Penn., (he, 11 Feb. 1S69; she, 6 
March 1874), and were buried there, in Little York Cemetery. 

10725 ; VI. Edson Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 18 Oct. 1826; an engraver; 

j was living at Meriden, Conn., in Sept. 1875. He served for about four 
I years in the war of 1861. 

10726 : VII. Ann Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 11 Ap. 1S29; a milliner; 
i was living at Sandy Hook, in Newtown, Conn., in Sept. 1S75, unmarried. 



10727 



VIII. Luman Wayne Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 11 July 1S32; 
a carpenter; married at Table Rock, Neb, 1 May 1S61, by Rev. George 



10728 



L. Griffing, Methodist, to Sarah Frances Cook, dau. of James K. and 

(Martin) Cook, of Table Rock. She was born in Illinois in 1841. 

They dwelt at Table Rock till 1873, when they moved to Buffalo Co., Neb., 
and settled on a homestead, two and a half miles south of Shelton. He 
enlisted in Aug. 1S62, in the 13th Reg. of Kansas Volunteer Infantry, and 
served in the Army of the Frontier for thirty-five months ; taking part in 
the battles of Cane Hill, Nov. 1862, ami Prairie Grove, 7 Dec. 1S62, and in 
the raid on Van Buren, Ark., 28 Dec. 1862. He was mustered out of the 
U. S. service at Little Rock, Ark., 26 June; and discharged from the army 
at Leavenworth, Kansas, 19 July 1S65. lie was living at Preston, Penn., 
in Feb. 1876. 

IN. Susanna Jane Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 23 March 1835 ; 



/ / 7i tin ey Fa m ily, 



•543 






married at Sandy I look, Conn., 20 Nov. 1856, by Rev. Isaac Sanford, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Joseph Bearce Weed, a carpenter, son of Eleazer 
and Melinda (Fanton) Weed, of Danbury, Conn, where he was born 18 
Sept. 1830. They dwelt at Sandy Hook till March 1857; .it Norwich, 
N. Y., till Aug. 1859; at Sandy Hook till Oct. 1865 ; and then moved to 
Preston, Penn., where they were still living in Jan. 1876, on a farm near 
Lake Como post-office. He enlisted in Sept. iS6l, at Newtown, Conn., 
in Co. I, Sth Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; reenhsted, as a veteran, 5 Jan. 
1864; and was discharged 15 July 1S65, for disability, at U. S. General 
Hospital, Fortress Monroe, Va. He took part in many battles — including 
Roanoke Island, 8 Feb. 1862; Newburn, 14 March 1 S62 ; Fort Macon, JO 
Ap. 1862; South Mountain, 14 Sept. 1862; Antietam, 17 Sept. 1S62; 
Fredericksburgh, 11 Dec. 1862; and West Branch, 19 Ap. iSGj — closing 
at Cold Harbor, 4 June 1S64, where he was color-sergeant, and was 
wounded in the spinal column, so severely as to be permanently disabled. 



>9 ' X. Elias Fayerweather Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 2 Aug. 1837; 
! a teacher and civil engineer ; graduated at the Normal School in New 
: Britain, Conn., 1861 ; married at Salisbury, Conn., 3 July 1867, by Rev. Q. 
I J. Collin, Methodist Episcopal, to Jeannette Everts, dau. of Peter P. and 
! Tryphena (Barnett) Everts, of Salisbury, where she was born 10 May 
: 1S3S. They settled at Ore Hill, in Salisbury, and were living there in 
Oct. 1875. He served, as corporal, in Co. C, 17th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infan- 
try, from 18 Aug. 1S62 till 31 Aug. 1S63. 



Chil. of Samuel Norman and Anna Maria (Shepard) Sanford. 



[O730 I. Jerusha Sanford, b. in Taunton district, Newtown, Conn., in 1S15; 
a teacher for several years; married in Feb. 1S38, in the Methodist Church, 
Newtown, by Rev. Mr. Stebbin-, Methodist, to Zalmon Lyon. They dwelt 

I in Rock House district, Weston, Conn., till 1 Ap. 1839; in Sandy Hook 
district, Newtown, till 1 Ap. 1S40: and then moved to Southbury, Conn., 
where she died in March 1 841. She was buried near her husband's first 

j wife, at Weston. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

1 It is thought that he died and was buried in one of the western States. 



17776 



tl2l 7 

(4040 



10731 II. Anna Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., in 1818; 
' died when nine months old, and was buried in Taunton district, Newtown. 



10732 



III. Laura Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., in Aug. 
1S22; married Willis Lucius Clinton, who died at Columbus, S. C, 15 
Dec. 1873. She died of consumption, 3 Sept. 1S74, at Ansonia, Conn., 



17780 



544 



Eighth Generation. 



and was buried there. The)' were communicants of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church. 

10733 IV. Elizabeth Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., 21 May 
1827; married at Hawleyville, Newtown, 6 May i860, by Rev. Newton 
E. Marble, D.D., rector of Trinity (Episcopal) Church at Newtown, to 
James Turner, a farmer, son of John and Anna (Cole) Tinner, of Brook- 
field, Conn. 1 Ie was born at New Fairfield, Conn., 20 March 1825. They 
settled at Newtown, and were living there, without children, in Aug. 1875, 
communicants of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 

10734 , V. Frances Louisa Sanford, twin, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, 17783 

Conn., 28 May 1S30; married at the house of her parents, in Newtown, 
5 May 1849, by Rev. Benjamin Stone, to Levi Eeers Fairchild, a hatter, 
son of Levi and Anna (Shepard) Fairchild, of Newtown, where he was born 
10 May 1828. They dwelt, for a short time, at Bethel, Conn. ; at Brook- 
field Centre, Conn., till Ap. 1851; at Brookfield Depot, till 1854; at 
Danbury, Conn., till the Autumn of i860; at Brewster's Station, N. V., 
; till the Spring of 1S68; and then returned to Danbury, where they were 
still living in Aug. 1875. 

I °735 VI. Lorenzo Dow Sanford, twin, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, 1778 

Conn., 2S May 1830; a wood-turner; married at Derby, Conn., 23 Ap. 
1855, Aurelia Lucinda Norton, dau. of Rodney F. and Lucinda (Blakeslee) 
J Norton, of Bristol, Conn., where she was born 1 1 Feb. 1836. They settled 
at Derby, and were living there in Sept. 1875. 

10736 VII. Frederick Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., in 177S 

Aug. 1832; married in 1 S 5 5 , at Derby, Conn., Eunice Clark. They were 
living at Birmingham, Conn., in Aug. 1S75. 



Chil. of John and Mary Maria (Wettleton) Sanford. 4°4- 

I. Marietta Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., 11 Sept. 17787 | 
1S42; married at Newtown, 2 May 1866, Henry Wakely, a mechanic, son 
of Henry and Sarah (French) Wakely, of Reading, Conn., where he was 
born 31 Jul}- 1846. He died at Reading, 21 Ap. 1S71, and was buried 
: there. He enlisted at New York City, 2 Oct. 1S61, in Co. F, 66th Reg., 
N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry ; and was dLcharged at Washington, D. C, 2J Oct. 
1864. She was married (2d), 15 Ap. 1S73, at Newtown, by Rev. H. B. 
Smith, Congregational, to Frederick Clark Hungerford, a farmer, son of 
Glover and Harriet (Couch) Hungerford, of Washini>ton, Conn. He was 



/ / 7/ tin e i ' Fa m il\ \ 154- 



born at New Milford, Conn., 1 Feb. 1849. They settled at Washington, 
Conn., and were living there in Nov. 1875. 

10738 II. John Lyman Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., 17 
Aug. 1843; a mechanic; married at South Norwalk, Conn., 1 Jan. 1S71, 
by Rev. Daniel A Good-ell, Methodist Episcopal, to Isabel Judson, dau. 
of John Bennet and Caroline (While) Judson, of Newtown, where she was 
born 31 May 1844. They settled at Sandy Mock, and were living there in 
Oct. 1875, without children. 



Chil. of Luman Andrus and Julia Ann (Carpenter) Sanford. 4043 

10739 I. Mary Jane Sanford, b. at Chazy, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1836; married 
at Rockford, 111., 20 Aug. 1862, by her father, to John Emory Benedict, 
a farmer, son of Rev. Timothy and Mary G. (Chamberlin) Benedict, 1 of 
Belvidere, 111. He was born at Waterford, N. Y., 10 May 1832; enlisted 
at Belvidere, 15 Aug. 1862, in Co. G, 95th Reg., 111. Vol. Infantry; was 
killed in battle before Vicksburgh, Miss., 19 May 1S63, and was buried at 
Vicksburgh. They had no children. She dwelt at Asbury, 111., for one 
year and six months; and in 1871, settled at Conwa, Iowa, where she was 
living in Oct. 1875. 

10740 II. Ellen Maria Sanford, b. at Pittsfield, Mass.. 1 May 1S41; mar- 17790 
ried at Sandwich, 111., 16 Sept. 1869, by her father, to Albert Smith, of the 

same place, a farmer, son of Jehiel and Roxa (White) Smith, of Rock Falls, 
111. He was born in Allegany Co., N. Y., 6 Nov. 1843. They dwelt at 
J Asbury, 111., till March 1871; and then settled at Conwa, Iowa, where 
they were still living in Oct. 1875. He served in the war of 1861. 

10741 III. Elizabeth Aurelia Sanford, b. at North Adams, Mass., 3 Ap. 
1S43 ; died at Granville, N. Y., 24 Dec. 1848, and was buried there. 

10742 IV. Edwin Glapp Sanford, b. at Albany, N. Y., 28 June 18485 a 

book-keeper; was living at Chicago, 111., unmarried, in Aug. 1S73, at the 
corner of State and Washington Streets. 



Chil. of Julius and Mary Elizabeth (Parsons) Sanford. 

10743 I. Ellen Louise Sanford, b. at Newtown. Conn.. 22 Jan. 1850; was 
living with her parents, unmarried, at 416 Chapel Street, New Haven, 
Conn., in Aug. 1875. 

1 See the Benedict Genealogy, p. 12S. 



1546 



Eighth Generation. 



I 10744 ' II. Catharine Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 19 June i860; died 
at Newtown, 1 Sept. i860, and was buried there. 

10745 III. Gertrude Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 2S July 1S66; was 

living with her parents, at 416 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn., in Aug. 
1875. 



Chil. of Henry and Mary Elizabeth (Booth) Sanford. 

10746 I. Annie Elizabeth Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 29 Aug. 1S50; 
and was living there in Jul}- 1875, unmarried. 

10747 II- Sarah Edward Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 5 Aug. 1861. 



Chil. of Ceorge Bennett and Charlotte (Sanford) Wheeler. 

1074S I. Emily Alice Wheeler, b. at Newtown, Conn., 25 May 1S52; mar- 

ried at the house of her parents, in Dyersville, Iowa, 27 Sept. 1S74, by 
■ Rev. Charles H. Seymour, Episcopal, to Ceorge Henry McKee, of the same 
' place, son of Alnion Thompson and Elizabeth (Odes) McKee. He was 
'born at Fond du Lac, Wis., 4 Sept. 1S50. They dwelt at Dyersville in 
I Sept. 1875. 

10749 II. Harriet Maria Wheeler, b. at Newtown, Conn., 9 Dec. 1854; 
married at the house of her parents, in Dyersville, Iowa, 2S Sept. 1S74, by 
[ Rev. Charles H. Seymour, Episcopal, to Walter f.lcKee, of the same place, 
] a harness-maker, son of Almon Thompson and Elizabeth (Odes) McKee. 
I He was born at Clayton, N. Y., 15 fan. 1848. They dwelt at Dyersville in 
! Sept. 1875. 



4057 



Chil. of Ceorge Wood and Mary Josephine (Sanford) Fuller. 



4063 



10750 I. Henry Blake Fuller, b. in Adams Street, near State, Chicago, 111., 

9 Jan. 1S57. 

1075 1 II. Harriet Josephine Fuller, b. at S72 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 

111., 6 Jan. 1859. 

10752 III. Mary Sanford Fuller, b. at 883 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., 

8 June 1869. 



Whitney Family 



j 10753 
! 10754 



IO/55 



Chil. of Thomas and Mary Elizabeth (Schimpf) Sanford. 

I. Henry Thomas Sanford, b. at Chicago, 111., 16 Ap. 1S70. 

II. Harriet B. Sanford, b. at Chicago, 111., 17 Jan. 1873; died there, 
30 Aug. 1S74, and was buried in Oakwoods Cemetery. 

III. Mary Louisa Sanford, b. at 62 Arbor Place, Chicago, 111., 29 
Aug. 1875. 



1547 



4066 



Chil. of Daniel Edwin and Betsey Ann (Griffin) Foote. 



IO756 



10758 

10759 



I. Frances Maria Foote, b 

Oct. 1S4S. 



II. Samuel Griffin Foote, b. at Hobart, N. \ 

was living there in Nov. 1S75, unmarried. 



Hobart, N. Y., 1 June 1846; died 22 
July 1850; and 



Chil. of Daniel Edwin and Sally Adelia (Could) Foote. 

III. William Selleck Foote, b. at La Fayette, Ohio, iS June 1S67. 

IV. Fayette Foote, b. at La Fayette, Ohio, 29 Oct. 1S70. 



J 

Chil. of Henry Bailey and Lucretia (Eells) Foote. 

10760 I. Edwin Bailey Foote, b. at Stamford, N. Y., 6 Feb. 1S57. 

10761 II. Emma Adelia Foote, b. at Stamford, N. Y, 11 March 1863. 

10762 III. Frank Seymour Foote, b. at Stamford, N. Y., 1 May 1866. 



Child of Charles Austin and Jerusha Ann (Buck) Foote. 



407 



4071 



4072 



4073 



10763 I. Orlando Bailey Foote, b. at Harpersfield, N. Y., 26 Feb. 1846; 17791 
married, II June 1873, Ella Eudora Stevens, dau. of Samuel and Alvira 
(Sherman) Stevens. 



i 548 

10764 

10764, 
10764. 

10764- 



Eiph th Gen c rat ion . 



Chil. of Albert and Loanda (Patchin) Foote. 

I. David Foote, 

II. Frances M. Foote. 

III. Harriet Foote. 

IV. Statira Foote. 



4074 



Chil. of James Harvey and Minerva (Foote) Butler. 

10765 I. Horace Creeley Butler. 

10765, II. Harvey V. Butler, was living at Walton. N. Y, in Sept. 1875. 

10765b III Laura Butler. 



4075 



10766 



10767 

1076S 

10769 

10770 
10771 



Child of William B. and Sarah Elizabeth (Swart) Foote. 
I. Bertha Adeline Foote, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1866. 



Chil. of Ira and Sally Ann (Foote) Wager. 

I. Eugene Frederick Wager, b. at Davenport, N. Y.. 15 Feb. 1848; 
was living at Covington, Incl., in Feb. 1876. 

II. Henry Frederick Wager, b. at Davenport, N. Y., 27 Aug. 1850; 
died at Genoa, 111., 24 Feb. 1853. 

III. Charles Delbert Wager, b. at Genoa, 111., 6 Sept. 1S55; died 
■ there, 3 Feb. 1S56. 

I IV. Evelyn Losina Wager, b. at De Kalb, 111., 3 Aug. 1S57. 



4076 



4079 



V. James Wager, b. at De Kalb, 
Dec. 1862. 



10 March 1862 ; died there, 





Whitney Family. 


T 549 




Chil. of Richard and Hannah (Foote) Wilcox. 


4080 


I0J7- 


I. Josephine Wilcox, b. at Davenport, X. Y., 2 Ap. 1849; married 
at Elmira, N. V., 5 fuly 1865, Lcman C. Palmer, a farmer, sou of Lewis 
and Rebecca (West) Palmer. They settled at Centreville, Penn., and were 
living there in Aug. 1876. 


17792 


IQ773 


II. Celestia Wilcox, b. at Davenport, X. Y., 26 Nov. 1S51; died at 
Southport, X. V., 19 Sept. 1S52, and was buried there. 




107 7 A 


III. Imogene Wilcox, b. at Southport, X. V., 25 March 1854; died 
at Southport, 25 Aug. 1854, and was buried there. 




1 077 5 


IV. Calista U. Wilcox, b. at Southport, X. Y., 4 July 1855; married 
at Wellsburgh, X. Y., 22 Dec. 1873, Levi William Redfield, son of Stephen 
and Frances (Garrison) Redfield, 1 of Southport, where he was born 16 June 
1851. 


17793 


10776 


V. Homer R. Wilcox, b. at Southport, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1S57. 




10777 


VI. norval H. Wilcox, b. at Southport, X. Y., 1 1 June 1S60. 




10778 


VII. Cora EioYse Wilcox, b. at Southport, X. Y., 26 Jan. 1S63. 






Chil. of Norman and Frances Emily (Foote) Durham. 


408 1 


10779 


I. Clement Henry Durham, b. at Genoa, 111., 1 June 1851; and died 
there, 20 Oct. 1S31. 




10780 


II. Losina Jane Durham, b. at Genoa, 111., 1 Aug. 1S52; and died 
there, 20 Dec. 1S52. 






Chil. of Dorman and Frances Emily (Foote) Cowles. 


4081 


10781 


III. Frances Emily Cowles, b. at Genoa, 111., 20 March 1855. 




10782 


IV. Orra W. Cowles, b. at Lowell, Mich., 17 Aug. 1858. 






■ See the Redfield Genealogy, p. 12S. 





i 5 so 



Right h Generation. 



10783 
10784 

10785 



10786 



Chil. of Edward Peter and Amanda Melissa (Cleason) Foote. 

I. Frederick Foote, b. at Genoa, 111., 28 Ap. 1866. 

II. Willard Foote, b. at Genoa, 111., 8 July 1868. 

III. Jenny Louisa Foote, b. at Genoa, 111., 26 Jul)- 1871. 



40SJ 



Chil. of Alonzo Edward and Kolen (Foote) Carr. 
I. Cora Eugenie Carr, b. at Sycamore, 111., 26 Aug. 1S61 



40S3 



10787 II. Edward Alonzo Carr, b. at Sycamore, 111., 31 Oct 1866. 



1078S 



III. Helen FvSyra Carr, b. at Gei 



Ap. 1870. 



Child of Alonzo Adams and Fanny (Pitts) V/hitney. 

10789 I. Nelson Whitney, b. at Danby, X. Y., 5 Jan. 1S23; a farmer, and 

! proprietor of a cheese-factor} - ; married at Corning, N. Y., 31 Dec. 1845, 
by Bertine Pew, Esq., to Susan Caroline Parcel, dau. of Samuel and Mary 
(Woodruff) Parcel, of Corning, formerly of Ithaca, X. Y., where she was 
born II March 1S24. They dwelt at Corning till 184S; then settled at 
Whitneyville, Penn., and were living there in June 1876. He served as 
quartermaster, from 21 Ap. till 21 Jul)- 1861, in the 3d Reg., Penn. Yol. 
Infantry. He then raised a company, which was organized iS Sept. 1 861, 
sworn into State service 21 Sept. 1S61, mustered into U. S. service 14 Oct. 
1 861, as Co. G, 45th Reg., Penn. Vol. Infantry, and was mustered out at 
Old Point Comfort, Ya., 3 Jul}- 1802. 



4080 



Chil. of Christopher and Chloe Hatch (Whitney) Deyo. 

I. Philena Deyo, b. at Newfield, X. Y., 14 Feb. 1829; married at 
Andover, N. Y., 27 June 1847, Earl Wesley Fuller, a minister of the Uni- 
versalist Church, son of Earl B. Fuller. She died at Caton, X. Y., 20 
Aug. i860, and was buried there. He was living at Fort Plain, X. Y., in 
Dec. 1S75. 



40S7 
17SO; 



IV h tin e.y Fa m ily. 



1 55 i 



10791 II. William Simeon Deyo, b. at Newfield, N.Y., 

on the same day, and was buried at Newfield. 



Feb. 1832; died 



10792 III. Alonzo Deyo, b. at Newfield, N. V., 30 June 1835; a teacher and 
1 farmer; married at Caton Centre, N. V., 3 (Jet. i860, Charlotte Maria 
Cooper, dau. of Anson and Betsey (Caulkins) Cooper, of Caton. She was 
born at Corning, N. Y., 13 May 1842. They settled at Caton Centre, and 
i were living there in Dec. 1875. He has been justice of the peace, and; 
supervisor of Caton. 



7807 



IV. James Lewis Deyo, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 17 Ap. 1838; a 
teacher; married at Caton, N. Y., 6 July 1862, Luana Davenport, dau. of 
Henry and Lydia Ann (White) Davenport, of Caton. She was born at 
Dryden, N. Y., in Ap. 1842, and died in July 1866. He died without 
children, 12 Aug. 1S63, at Caton, and was buried there. 



10794! V. Eunice Deyo, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 14 July 1840; married at 
j Caton, N. Y., Horace Edwin Gilbert, a physician and surgeon, born at 
! Guilford, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1837, son of William D. Gilbert. She died without 
children, 21 Nov. 1839, at Caton, and was buried there. He dwelt at 
Coney Island, near Fortress Monroe, Ya., and died there, 3 July 1S63. 



10795 
10796 

10797 



10798 



Chil. of Oliver and Elozia Cray (Whitney) Wilkinson. 

I. Philena Wilkinson, b. at Townshend, Vt, 18 March 1829; died 
on the same day. 

II. Clark Reed Wilkinson, b. at Townshend, Vt., 13 March 1830; 
died 14 March 1830. 

III. Vesta Maria Wilkinson, b. at Townshend, Vt, 6 March 1S36; 
married there, 21 Ap. 1861, Ranney Howard, a lawyer, son of Israel and 
Tryphena (Wheeler) Howard, of Jamaica, Vt, where he was born 25 Oct. 
1834. They settled at Manchester, and were living there in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of James Lewis and Lucy Maria (Hall) Whitney. 

I. Edgar Mortimer Whitney, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 20 July 1828 ; 
a minister of the Universalist Church; married, in 1850, Harriett Westcott ; 
married (2d), 16 May 1S59, at W'ellsville, N. Y, Laura Harris, dau. of Eli 
and Mar)- (Mulford) Harris, of Lindleytown, N. Y., where she was born. 



408S 



'811 



4089 
17815 



Eighth Generation. 



He dwelt at Charleston, Perm., from 1852 till 1S56; at Wellsville, X. Y., 
till i860; at South Dansville, X. Y., till 1864; at Pekin, 111., till 1870; at 
Ottawa, 111., till 1874; then moved to Susquehanna Depot, Perm., and was 
living there in Jan. 1876. 

10799 II. Oliver Wilkinson Whitney, b. at Newfield, X. Y., 2 Jan. 1S30; 
a farmer; man ied at Williamsport, Perm., 20 Jan. 1859, Lucy Brill Burdick, 
dau. of Zina and Mary (Shellman) Burdick, of Chatham, Perm. They 
dwelt at Caton, X. Y., till 1875 ; and were living at Chippewa Falls, Wis., 
in Jan. 1876. 

10800 III. Lucy Maria Whitney, b at Danby, X. Y., 6 Feb. 1832; married, 
in 1851, Dyer Powers; died at Lawrenceville, Penn., 19 June 1855, and 
was buried there. He was living at Lawrenceville in Dec. 1875. 

10801 IV. James Lewis Whitney, b. at Danby, N. Y., 28 March 1S34; 
j married, in 1852, Julia Harris; and was living at Fan Claire, Wis., in Dec. 

i 1S75. 

10802 V. Emeline Amanda Whitney, b. at Danby, N. Y., 5 Feb. 1S36; 
i married, in 1854, Joseph Harris; died at Salamanca, X. Y., 19 Ap. 1866, 

i and was buried there. 



Chil. of James Lewis and Maria (Eldred) Whitney. 

10803 VI. Abrarn Johnson Whitney, b. at Caton, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1842; a 

farmer; married at Elmira, X Y., 10 Aug. 1S62, by her father, a Baptist 
minister, to Almira Elizabeth Broakman, dau. of Rev. Samuel Mover and 
Judith Jennings (Inscho) Broakman, of the same place. She was born at 
Tioga, Penn., 12 May 1846. They settled at Caton, and (except one year, 
i 1866, passed at St. Joseph, Mich.) continued to reside there till their report, 
in Jan. 1876. 



40S9 
17820 



10804 



j 

10S05 



10806 



VII. William Cowan Whitney, b. at Caton, X. Y., 17 Sept. 1S53. 
He was adopted by his father's sister, Mrs. Emeline Amanda (Whitney) 
Cowan; his name transposed to William Whitney Cowan; and his record 
will be given with her children, at No. 10807. 



VIII. Dyer Whitney, b. at Caton, X. Y., 7 Dec. 

[7 Jan. 1838, and was buried there. 



died at Caton, 



Chil. of Nelson and Emeline Amanda (Whitney) Cowan. 



4091 



I. Adelia IViaria Cowan, b. at Gibson, X. Y., 3 Feb. 1S42; married 17821 
at Caton, N. Y., 17 Oct. 1839, John Tupper, a dealer in tobacco at whole- 



Whitney Family. 



155 



[0S07 



sale, son of Archelaus and Leah (Strever) Tupper, of Corning, N. Y. He 
was born near Albany, X. Y., in 1S36. They settled at Gibson, and were 
living there in Jan. 1876. 

II. William Whitney Cowan, adopted. He was born at Caton, 
N. Y., 17 Sept. 1S53, son of Mrs. Cowan's brother, James Lewis Whitney, 
by his second wife, Maria Eldred ; married at Painted Post, N. Y., 26 July j 
1870, Priscilla Emeline Mead, born at Caroline, X. Y., in May 1853, dau. | 
of Darwin and Jane (Sawyer) Mead; and settled at Gibson, X. Y., where 
they were still living in Jan. 1876. 



1 oSoy 



1 oS 1 



Chil. of Jonathan and Ruth Ann (Whitney) Mizner. 

I. Zerah Mizner, b. at Hector. X. Y., 1 Feb. 1829; a physician and 
druggist ; married at Greenwood. Mich., 23 Nov. 1S63, Sarah Scott, who 
was born in Canada West, 19 March 1S42, dau. of Adam and Delilah Scott, 
afterwards of Michigan. He settled at Bridgeton, Mich., where he was 
supervisor, for two years, during the war of 1S61; and, after six years' 
residence, moved to Whitehall, Mich., where he was collector of taxes in 
1S74, and had then held that position for seven years. 

II. John Mizner, b. at Black Rock, now Buffalo, N. Y., 3 Nov. 1832; : 
a dealer in lumber and general merchandise ; married at Cascade, Mich., 
4 July I S5S, Alta Jane Birch, dau. of Freeman and Lucy (Walker) Birch, 
of Courtland, Mich., former!)- of Oakland Co., Mich., where she was born 
12 July 1 861. They have lived at Newaygo, Mich., for five years; Cedar 
Springs, Mich., six months; Newaygo again, two years ; Chicago, 111., one 
year; Muskegon, Mich., three years ; Ludington, Mich., one year ; and in 
1S72, removed to Baldwin, Mich., where they were still living in 1S74. 
He has been a justice of the peace for fourteen vears. 

III. Louisa Jane Mizner, b. at Lancaster, N. Y., 15 March 1834; 
married at Grand Rapids, Mich.. 25 June 1852, Andrew Jackson Alvord, 
a farmer; and lived at Muskegon, Mich., in Oct. 1874. 

IV. Peter Dudley fcfiizner, b. at Lancaster, N. Y., 29 Feb. 1836; a 
farmer, lumberman and merchant; married at Peru, Nebraska, 19 Jan. 
i860, by Rev. Martin 1'ritchard, Methodist Episcopal, to Catharine 
Leonora Cowdy, born in Miami Co.. Indiana, dau. of Thomas and Leah 
(Rank) Gowdy. lie served fur three years and three months, in the Union 
army, during the war of 18G1 ; since which his home has been in Michigan. 
He was living at Baldwin, Mich., in 1874. 



■8 26 



4093 
17827 



7S29 



17S32 



15 54 



Risrhth Generation. 



V. Betsey Ann Mizner, b. at Plainfield, Mich., 26 Nov. 1S38; mar- 
ried at Grand Rapids, Mich., 11 Oct. 1863, by Rev. Mr. Drew, to Uzel 
Barker Mclntyre, a farmer, son of Uzel Barker and Martha (Waite) 
Mclntyre, of Hinckley, Ohio, where he was born 9 Dec. 1837. ' He went 
to Michigan in 1859. They dwelt, for eight years, at Ravenna, Mich.; and 
in 1872, returned to Grand Rapid-, where they were still living in Oct. 
1S74. He enlisted, 21 Sept. 1S61, in Co. C, 2d Reg of Michigan Cavalry; 
joined his regiment .it St. Louis, Mo., in October; served as orderly under 
Gen. Granger, in the Western Division; and was discharged for physical 
disability, at Franklin, Tenn., 21 March 1863. 

VI. Susan fVlizner. b. at Plainfield, Mich., 9 Jan. 1841; married, in 
i860. Isaac Rechtenwsld, from Indiana, birth and parentage unknown, 
who enlisted in 1861, in Co. H, 4th Reg. of Mich. Cavalry, and was killed 
IS [an. 1862. She was living at 23 Leonard Street, Grand Rapids, Mich., 
in Feb. 187;. 



1 08 1 4 



VII. Harriet Mizner, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich., 19 Dec. 1842 ; mar- 
id there, in Jan. 1S60, Ceorge Ulmer; married (2d), 3 Sept. 1 868, John 



Hoogstrat ; and was li 



at MuskeK 



Chii. of Peter Isaac and Betsey (Porter) Whitney. 



10815 I. Zerah Peter Whitney, b. at Clarence Hollow, N. V., 21 Sept. 
1836; a farmer; married at Amboy, I!!., 22 Aug. i860, Charlotte Catharine 
McKenney, whose parents then lived at Dixon, 111. She was b>.rn at Char- 
lotteville, Canada West, 9 Nov. 1833, dau. of Jacob and Mary (McCall) 
McKenney. They were living at Lewis, Iowa, in 1874, without children. 

10816 II. James Porter Whitney, b. at Clarence, N. Y., 12 Jan. 1838; a 1783! 
sawyer; married at Wayland, Mich., 9 Oct. 1862, by Rev. James Selkrig, 

an Episcopal missionary to the Indians, to Anna Grumman, dau. of Samuel 
and Pauline (Button) Grumman, of Hopkins, Mich. She was born at 
Solon, Ohio, 16 June 1842. Thev were living at Sand Lake, Mich., in 
1S75. 

10817 III. Phebe Jane Whitney, b. at Williamsville, N. V., 15 Oct. 1839; 
married Matthew Ritchie Adams, who was born in Ross Co., Ohio, 26 
Aug. 1S29. They were living at Rock Falls, 111., in 1874. 



IV William Bevins Whitney, b. at Thornapple, in Ada, Mich., 27 
March 1842; a sawyer; married at Wayland, Mich., 28 Sept. 1862, 



-840 



Whitney Family 



3 d : 



Lovina McBride, born 12 Dec. i 842, chui. of James and Caroline (Fry) 
McBride, of Hopkins, Mich. They lived at Rock Falls, 111., in 1874. 



10S19 V. Edwin Emerson Whitney, b. at Cascade, Mich., 14 Aug. [S43; 
a sawyer; married at Wayland, Mich., 25 Dec. i860, by Rev. James 
j Selkrig, to Harriet Lucina Button, who was born at Coldwater, Mich., I 
March 1S4S, dan. of John Avery and Mary Anna (Lowton) Button. They 
settled at Sand Lake, Mich., and were living there in Aug. 1874. He 
enlisted at Grand Rapids, Mich., 19 Sept. 1862, in Co. B, 6th Reg., 
Mich. Cavalry; and was mustered out at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 
29 Nov. 1865. He was employed, for nine months, as a scout for Gen. 
Sheridan. 



[7S42 



VI. Helen Amelia Whitney, b. at Plainfield, Mich., 14 March 1846; 
married at Sterling, 111., 24 May 1869, by Rev. Mr. Post, Congregational, 
to Pliny Lyon, a paper-maker, son of Samuel and Polly (RabLOck) Lyon, 
of Augusta, Me., where he was born 14 Nov. 1819. They lived at Wor- 
cester, Mass., from 1 June to 14 Aug. 1869; at New Boston, N. II., till 1 
May 1870; and then settled at Greenville, Conn., where the}' were still 
living in Aug. 1874. 

VII. Julius Jerome Whitney, b. at Cascade, Mich., 27 Aug. 1847; 
married, and was living at Rock Falls, 111., in 1874. 

VIII. Horace (VSonson Whitney, b. at Cascade, Mich., 14 June 
1850; died there, 25 I S54, and was buried at Whitneyville, Mich. 

IX. Fanny Mary Lorana Whitney, b. at Cascade, Mich., 21 Aug. 
1852; married Ceorge Canning, who was bom in Mich., 7 Sept 1 845. 
They were living at Rock Falls, 111., in 1S74. 



10824 X. Elizabeth (sadore Whitney, b. at Cascade, Mich., 15 Nov. 1856; 
married at Coloma, 111., 19 Sept. 1872, Frederick Thomas Yeoward, a 
farmer, who was born in Canada, 18 Feb. 1840, son of Thomas and Sarah 
(Martin) Yeoward. They were living at Rock Falls, 111., in 1S74, without 
children. 



XI. IVlay Whitney, b. at Marion, 111., 15 May 1859; and was living 
with her parents, at Rock Falls, 111., in 1874. 



26 XII. Parley Artemas Whitney, b. at Marion, 111 , 15 Ap. 1S62; and 
was living with his parents, at Rock Falls, Ilk, in 1874. 



1556 

10827 

io8 28 
10829 

10830 

10831 

10832 

ioS33 
10834 
ioS35 
10836 
10837 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Oscar F. and Electa A. (Bryant) Whitney. 

I. George Whitney, was living at Austerlitz, Mich., in 1873. 

II. Francis Whitney, was living at Austerlitz, Mich., in 1873. 

III. Emily Jane Whitney, married Ogden; and was living at 

Grand Haven, Mich., in 1873. 

IV. Oscar Wewman Whitney. 



4095 



Chil. of Ezra and Hannah Hedges (Depuy) Whitney. 

I. Jane Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Cascade, Mich., 4 May 1843; mar- 
J ried at Bradley, in Hopkins, Mich., 10 June 1S61, William C. McClintock. 
I They were living at Bradley in 1874. 

; 

II. Charles Edgar Whitney, b. at Cascade, Mich., 27 Jan. 1S45 ; a 
soldier in the war of 1861; married at Muskegon, Mich., 24 Dec. 1869,! 
Klittio De Rowe. They were living at Bradley, Mich., in 1S74. 

III. Alonzo Ethelbert Whitney, b. at Cascade, Mich., 16 Ap. 1847 I 
died there, 13 Aug. 1847, and was buried at Bradley, Mich. 

IV. Elverton Whitney, b. at Bradley, in Hopkins, Mich., 28 Sept. 
; 1855 ; died at Bradley, 4 Oct. 1855, and was buried there. 

V. Frank Whitney, twin, b. at Bradley, in Hopkins, Mich., 23 Dec. 
1857 ; and was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 

VI. Frederick Whitney, twin, b. at Bradley, in Hopkins, Mich., 23 
Dec. 1S57 ; and was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 

VII. Caroline A. Whitney, b. at Bradley, in Hopkins, Mich., 5 Oct. 
1S59; and was living there, with her parents, in 1S74. 



4096 
17844 



Chil. of Chester Coborn and Amanda Malvina (Depuy) Whitney. 

1083S I. Herbert Delos Whitney, b. at Ada, Mich., 15 Aug. 1846; served 

in Co. A, 1 8th Reg., Wis. Vol. Infantry; was captured in the battle of 



4098 



Whitney Family. 



Pittsburg Landing, held a prisoner four months, and then paroled at 
Montgomery, Ala. He was living at Wrightstown, Wis., in 1873. 

! 

10839 II- Oscar Marion Whitney, b. at Ada, Mich., 29 June 1848; and 
was living at " Speier," Minn., in 1873. He served in the First Battery of 
Wis. Light Artillery. 

10S40 III. Edwin Foster Whitney, b. at Mukwonago, Wis., 13 March 
I 1850; and was living with his parents, at Worthington, Minn., in 1873. 

10841 IV. William Wiley Whitney, b. at Taycheedah, Wis., 3 June 1853; 
died at Taycheedah, 22 Sept.. 1853, and was buried there. 



1557 



Chil. of Martin Van Buren and Harriet (White) Whitney. 



i 4099 



10842 ; I. Eva Jane Whitney, b. at Caledonia, Mich., 4 Oct. 1S56; and was 

living there, with her parents, in 1874. 

10843 II. Ida Luella Whitney, b. at Caledonia, Mich., 15 Oct. 1S5S. 

10844 HI. fielly Louisa Whitney, b. at Caledonia, Mich., 11 Nov. 1S61. 
10S45 \ IV. Alice Fllay Whitney, b. at Caledonia, Mich., 24 June 1867. 
10846 V. Orriii Chester Whitney, b. at Caledonia. Mich.. 5 Ap. 1873. 



Chil. of David Lewis and Irena (Beardsiey) Washburn. 4IO4 

10847 I. Sarah Ann Washburn, b. at Oberlin, Ohio, 8 July 1S36; died at 
.Vermillion, Ohio, 8 Feb. 183S, and was buried there. 

10848 II. Alvira Setsey Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 3 Feb. 1S3S; 
married there, 21 Feb. 1858, at her father's house, William Bradley, a 
farmer, son of Leonard and Roxa (Straws) Bradley, of Brownhelm, Ohio. 
They were living at Vermillion, without children, in 1874. 

10849 III. Louisa Malvina Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 30 Oct. 17847 



Eie/i th Gi 11 era tion . 



1839; married at Berlin Heights, Ohio, 13 M; 
ShofT, a hotel-keeper, son of Jacob and Sarah (H 
Ohio, where he was born 3] July 1858. They 
Ohio, and were living there in 1874. 



• 1 86 1, Horatio Nelson 
yes) Shoff, of Florence, 
■j ti ; eJ at Birmingham 



10850 IV. Wheeler Fairchiid Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 19 Dec. 17841 

1S41; a farmer; married at Amherst, Ohio, 25 Dec. 1861, Harriet Seeley, 
dau. of Walter and Calista (Blair) Seeley, of Amherst. She died 2 Feb. 
1871, and was buried at Amherst. Fie married (2d), 19 Ap. 1874, Frances 
Sawyer. They were living at North Amherst, Ohio, in 1874. 

10851 V. Mary £meline Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 29 Sept. [7S5C 

1S44; married there, 9 Dec. i860, by Rev. E. Barber, Presbyterian, to 
Perry Decatur Brush, son of Porter M. and Alice D. (Brainerd) Brush, of 
Vermillion, where he was born 12 Aug. 1842. He is a preacher of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, North-west Iowa Conference, having been 
admitted at the annual meeting, 25-29 Sept. 1S73. They lived at Ver- 
million till 20 Sept. 1 87 1 ; at Newell, Iowa, from 25 Sept. 1871 till 4 Ap. 
1S73; and then moved to Fort Dodge, Iowa, where he was in charge of 
the Fort Dodge Circuit in May 1874. He has been a teacher. 

10852 VI. Watson David Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 19 March 
1849; anc l was living there, with his parents, in 1874. 



10853 



VII. Jessie Fremont Washburn, 

1S56; and was living there, with her pan 



b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 1 July 
Us, in 1S74. 



Chil. of Benajah Roswell and Mariette (Washburn) Butler. 

10854 I- Mary Jane Butler, b. at Florence, Ohio, 18 Jan. 1843; was a 

teacher at the age of fifteen years, and with unusual success; married at 
her father's hou^e, in Orleans, Mich., 28 July 1868, by Rev. Thomas 
Bignell, Methodist Episcopal, to Benjamin Franklin Washburn, a trader, 
who was born at Gorham, N. V., 25 Feb. 1824, son of Benjamin and 
Lovina (YVoodin) Washburn. They settled at Ada, Mich. She died at 
Orleans, 20 Aug. 1S70, and was buried in the cemetery at Cascade, Mich. 
Fie was living at Grand Rapids, Mich., in 1874. 

10S55 II. Helen Lovica Butler, b. at Florence, Ohio, 22 Feb. 1845; mar- 

I ried at her father's house in Orleans, Mich., 26 July 1871, by Rev. D. F. 
j Barnes, Methodist Episcopal, to William Henry Howard, a farmer, who was 
! born at Avon, N. V., 12 Nov. 1841, son of Joseph and Janet (Giles) How- 
ard. They were living at Berlin, Mich., in Sept. 1874. 



4106 



llliitiicv Family 



15 59 



III. Betsey Philena Butler, b. at Florence, Ohio, 24 Ap. 1S47; and 
was living with her parents, at Orleans, Mich., in Sept. I S 7 4 . 



[0S59 



Chil. of Benjamin Summers and Sarah Jane (Brobeck) V/ashburn, 

I. Belle Lavona Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 5 Nov. 1S49; 
and was living there, with her parents, in Sept. 1S74. 

II. Luther Amason Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 1 Dec. 
1851; died at Vermillion, 16 Nov. iS6i,and was buried there. 

III. Lorin Johnson Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 5 Aug. 
1S55; and was living there, with his parents, in Sept. 1874. 

IV Anna Elizabeth Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 13 Jan. 
1856; and was living there, with her parents, in Sept. 1874. 

V. Alice Cornelia Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 6 Jan. 1859; 
and was living there, with her parents, in Sent. 1874. 

VI. Cleora Luella Washburn, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 17 May 1870; 
and was living there, with her parents, in Sept. 1874. 



Chil. of James Sheffield and Betsey Summers (Washburn) Mordoff. 

10863 I. Orlando A. MordorT, b. at Florence, Ohio, 19 Sept. 1853; and was 
living there, with his parents, in 1874. 

10864, II. Edwin Henry MordovY, b. at Florence, Ohio, 10 Dec. 1S54; and 
was living there, with his parents, in 1S74. 

10S65 HI. Annette Marie rViordoff, b. at Florence. Ohio, 20 Oct. i860. 

ioS66 IV. May Belle Mordoff, b. at Florence, Ohio, 29 Nov. 1S63. 



Child of James Whitney and Rosetta (Webster) Washburn. 

I. Homer James Benjamin Washburn, b. at Cascade, Mich., 3 
Sept. 1858 ; and was living there, with his mother, in 1874; a farmer. 



1560' High tli Generation. 

Chil. of Edmund and Harriet (Whitney) Fairchild. 

10S6S I. Lucy Ann Fairchild, b. at Newtown, Conn., 20 Jan. 1837; married 

there, 25 Dec. 1859, by Rev. Newton E. Marble, D.D., rector of Trinity 
Church, to Edgar Allen Northrop, a hatter, born at Newtown, 12 Sept. 
! 1837, son of Andrew and Betsey (Peck) Northrop. They dwelt at Brook- j 
lyn, N. Y., for three years; at Bethel, Conn., three and a half years; at 
Milburn, N. J., one year; and then moved to Orange, N. J. He died at 
Newtown, 23 Oct. l86S, and was buried in Newtown Cemetery. She 
married (2d), 30 Jan. [S73, at her father's house in Newtown, Edward 
Albertus Baldwin, an ornamental plasterer, whose parents, Marshall and 
i Catharine (Sipp) Baldwin, then lived at Caldwell, N. J. She continued to 
■ live at Orange till the early part of 1S74, since which her home has been 
! at Sterling, 111. Mr. Baldwin was a soldier in the war of 1861. 



10869 



II. Julia Augusta Fairchild, b. at Newtown, Conn., 4 May 1840; 
died there, 28 Feb. 1849, and was buried in the Newtown Cemetery. 



Chil. of James Wheeler and Anna Maria (Lewis) Whitney. 



IO870 
10871 

IO872 

10873 



I. Anna Maria Whitney, b. at LcRoy, N. Y., 12 Jan. 184S; married 
at Brooklyn, N. Y., 24 Aug. 1871, Adolph Ludwig King. 

II. Joseph Botsford Whitney, b. at LeRoy, N. Y., 3 Sept. 1849; 
grad. at the Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y. 

III. Isabella Lewis Whitney, b. at LeRoy, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1S52; 
died at Avon, N. Y., 8 Jan. 1 S74, and was buried in the cemetery at LeRoy. 



Chil. of LeCrand and Emily (Whitney) Fairchild. 

I. Joseph Botsford Fairchild, b. at Newtown, Conn., 4 March 
1S44; a carpenter and joiner; married at her father's house in Newtown, 
13 Dec. 1865, by Rev. Newton E. Marble, D.D., rector of Trinity Church, 
to Emma Jane Jennings, who was born at Newtown, 4 May 1S43, dau. of 
William Bennet and Manila (Morgan) Jennings. They settled at New- 
town, and were still living there in Sept. 1874. 



4115 
17858 



10S74 II. Julius Burr Fairchild, b. at Newtown, Conn., 24 Aug. 1847; 

died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 1 May 1S73, and was buried in the cemetery at 
I Newtown, Taunton district. 



Whitney Family 



10875 HI. Emily Aurelia Fairchild, b. at Newtown, Conn., 5 Aug. 1857; 
and was living there, with her parent.-, in 1S74. 



Chil. of Mark Leavenworth and Ruth Ann (Whitney) Hubbell. 

10S76 I. Truman Johnson Hubbell, b. at Hattcrtown, Newtown, Conn., 
20 Feb. 1853; and was living with his parents, at Bethel, Conn., in 1S74. 

; 10877 II. Mary Estella Hubbell, b. at Hattertown, Newtown, Conn., 9 Ap. 
1859; was adopted by her aunt, Mrs. Aurelia (Whitney) Moore, of LeRoy, 
N.Y.; and died at the house of her aunt, Mrs. Emily (Whitney) Fairchild, 
j at Newtown, 19 March 1 871, and was buried at Bethel, Conn. 



10S78 III. Philo Whitney Hubbell, b. at Hattertown, Newtown, Conn., 25 
Oct. 1862 ; and was living with his parents, at Bethel, Conn., in 1874. 



Chil. of Abram Johnson and Marietta (Parmelee) Whitney. 

10879 I. Harriet Aurelia Whitney, b. at Newtown, Conn., 5 Dec. 1S5S; 
j died at Newtown, 8 Jul)' 186S, and was buried in the Newtown Cemetery. 



10SS0 
10SS1 
10882 



II. James Wheeler Whitney, b. at Newtown, Conn., 22 Nov. 18G7. 

III. Frederick Moore Whitney, b. at Bethel, Conn., 14 July 1869. 

IV. Bertha Belle Whitney, b. at Bethel, Conn., 12 May 1872. 



I ^6l 



Chil. of William Henry and Lucretia Frances (Whitney) Brace. 4124 

I. Charles Henry Brace, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., S Feb. 1845; ciicd 
at Caton, N. Y., 6 Ap. 1855, and was buried there. 

108S4 II- James Whitney Brace, b. at Caton, N. Y., iS Jan. 1S53; a 17860 
farmer; married there, I Oct. 1871, Robie Walden, dau. of James and 
\ Sarah (Crum) Walden, of Caton, where she was born 12 June 1S54. They 
settled at Caton, and were living there in Jan. 1876. 

10S85 HI. Augustus Julian Brace, b. at Caton, N.Y., 19 Oct. 1856; a 17S62 
farmer; married at Hornby, N. Y, 6 Sept. 1874, Euella Emory, dau. of 



562 



R ighth Generation. 

George and Lydia (Lewis) Emory, of Hornby, where she was born S Feb. 
1054. ihey were living at Caton in Dec. 1S75. 



Chil. of Philo Lorenzo and Ann Elizabeth (Zeak) Whitney. 

10886 I. Charles Anthony Whitney, b. at Horseheads, X Y -7 Feb 
1857; died at Horseheads, 1 May 1867, and was buried there. ' 

IO,SS7 a- 5 - Pamel , ia Ann Whitney, b. at Horseheads, N. Y., 17 March 1858; 
died at Horseheads 9 Ap. 1865, and was buried there. 

10888 III. Franklin Herbert Whitney, b. at Horseheads, N Y -6 May 
i860. - ' 

10889 IV. William Orlando Whitney, b. at Horseheads, N. V 10 March 
; 1862. 

10890 V. Arminda Jane Whitney, b. at Corning, N. Y., 24 June 1865. 
10S9. vi. Samuel Lorenzo Whitney, b. at Corning, N. Y, 21 Aug. 1868. 
10892 VII. Oscar Grant Whitney, b. at Corning, N. Y., 1 Oct. 1S72. 
10S93 , VIII. Lewis Neville Whitney, b. at Corning, N. Y., 17 May 1875. 



4127 



Chil. of Mindrus Hemrod and He 



ict Adeline (Watson) Whitm 



10894 

1 

j IO895 

I IOS96 



M L , Mar ' Stte Whit "ey, b. at Cannon, Mich., 1 Aug. 1847; married, 26 ' i 7 ^ 5 
March 1866, Benton W Lewis. They settled at Nelson, and their post- 
office was band Lake, Mi 



111 1875 



II. Henry Whitney, b. at Cannon, Mich., 4 May 1S49. 

III. Clara Whitney, b. at Cannon, Mich., 15 May 1858. 



Chil. of Hermon Eastman and Lydia Ann (Moflatt) Whitney. 

10897 I. Clarence Albert Whitney, b. at Cannon, Mich., 3 Feb 1857- and 

was living with his parents, at Mersey, Mich., in Sept. 1874. 



// liitney Family. 

1089S II. Effle Deora Whitney, b. at Cannon, Mich., 29 Sept. 1 S 5 9 ; and 
was living with her parent?, at Hersey, Mich., in Sept. 1874. 



[0S99 



10900 
1 090 1 



Chil. of Charles Roswell and Emelino (Whitney) Hine. 

I. Frederick Benton Hine, b. at Cannon, Mich., 20 Aug. 1S56; a 
student in Olivet College, Olivet, Mich., in 1 873. 

II. Albert Whiting Hine, b. at Plainfield, Mich., 1 1 Oct. i860. 

III. William IVSifton Hine, b. at Lowell, Mich., 13 Ap. 186S. 



1090: 



Chil. of Ruggles Nahum and Jane (Sherman) Whitney. 

I. Lewis Edwin Whitney, b. at Vermillion, Ohio, 3 Sept. 1850; 
died at Florence, Ohio, 3 Oct. 1S51, and was buried at Vermillion, in 
Maple Grove Cemetery. 

10902= II. Evangeline Emily Whitney, b. at Florence, Ohio, 23 Aug. 
1852 ; and was living with her mother, at C13 Greene Avenue, Brooklyn, 
; N. Y., in Sept. 1S74. 



Chil. of Leverett Benedict and Hannah Maria (Whitney) Hill. 

10903 I. Clarence Whitney Hill, b. at Tabor, Iowa, 17 June 1837; and was 
living there, with his parents, in 1S73. 



10904 



II. Leverett Abel Hill, b. at Tabor, Iowa, 16 Aug. 1S5S. 



10903 III. Amelia Esther Hili, b. at Tabor, Iowa, 29 Oct. 1S60; died at 
Tabor, 27 Ap. i860, and was buried there. 

10906 IV. Virgil Benedict Hill, b. at Tabor, Iowa, 20 Ap. 1867. 

10907 V. Charles Hill, b. at Tabor, Iowa, 10 Oct. 1868. 

1090S VI. Elbert Eeecher Hili, b. at Tabor, Iowa, 8 Oct. 1870. 



4135 



4138 



Child of Charles Philo and Cilinda Elizabeth (Ennes) Whitney. 4141 

[0909 I. Eva IVsay Whitney, b. at South Saginaw, Mich., 12 Jan. 1S73. 



i 5 6 4 



Ri^h ih Generation. 



Chil. of Frederick Augustus and Fanny Maria (ShofT) Whitney. 414- 

10910 I. Ina Belle Whitney, b. at Wakeman, Ohio, 6 Dec. 1S61. 

1 09 1 1 II. Charles Philo Whitney, b. at Florence, Ohio, 7 Nov. 1863. 

10912 III. Jenny May Whitney, b. at Florence, Ohio, 14 Ap. 1S66. 



10913 
1 09 1 4 
10915 



Chil. of Theodore Beecher and Mary Elizabeth (Parker) Whitney. 

I. Clayton Parker Whitney, b. at Wakeman, Ohio, 19 Sept. 1S67. 

II. Ruggies fv'ahum Whitney, b. at Wakeman, Ohio, 25 Nov. 1S69. 

III. Oliie May Whitney, b. at Wakeman, Ohio, 30 Aug. 1S72. 



4143 



Child of William Augustine and Jane Amelia (Whitney) Canflelcl. 4144 

10916 I. Calvert Carlon Canfieid, b. at Wakeman, Ohio, 7 July 1S64. 



Child of Asa and Anna (Studley) Everett. 

I. Joshua Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 19 March 1S1 1; a farmer; 
married at Ellsworth, 12 Feb. 1S34, by Rev. Frederick Gridley, Congre- 
gational, to Elmina SkiiT, dau, of Walter and Abigail (Wilson) Skiff, of 
Ellsworth, where she was born 15 Ap. 1S11. They settled at Ellsworth, 
and were living there in Nov. 1876, having dwelt at Kent, Conn., during 
the year 1838. 



Chil. of - 
I. Julia Gillette. 



and Deborah (Everett) Gillette. 



4152 



IO91S 

10919 II- Catharine Gillette, married Webster Chase; and settled at 
Watertown, N. Y. 

10920 III. Betsey Gillette. 



1092 1 



IV. Manchester Gillette, died unmarried. 



Whit j lev Family 



1565 



10922 

10925 
10924 



Chil. of David Washington and Betsey (Everett) Beardsley. 

I. Julia Beardsley, b. at Stockbridge, Mass., in 1808 or 1S09; died 
at Great Barrington, Mass., when five years old. 

II. Elizabeth Beardsley, b. at Great Barrington, Mass., 9 Feb. 1S14; 
and was living there in Nov. 1875, unmarried. 

III. Catharine Beardsley, b. at Great Harrington, Mass., 5 May 
181 5; married at Sharon, Conn., 20 Feb. 1853, by Rev. Elbert Osborn, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Levi Smith Bartram, a farmer, son of Henry Flatt 
and Julia Ann (Smith) Bartram, of Sherman, Conn., where he was born 8 
Dec. 1818. They settled at Sharon, and were living there in Nov. 1S75. 



IV. Susan Beardsley, b. at Great Barrington, Mass., in Sept. 1819: 
and was living there in Nov. 1S75, unmarried. 



10926 



V. Ruth Beardsley, b. at Great Barrington, Mass., 27 Aug. 1822; 
married there, as his second wife, 18 March 1852, by Rev. S. S. N. Greely, 
Congregational, to Abel Clark Woodward, a merchant, born at Sharon, | 
Conn., 23 Sept. 1807, son of Abel and Susanna (Woodruff) Woodward. 
They settled at Sharon, and were living there in Nov. 1875. Me was a 
deacon of the Congregational Church at Ellsworth, Conn., from 1S39 to 
1848; and at Sharon, since Feb. 1874. 



Chil. of Russel and Caroline Ruby (Parsons) Everett. 

10927 I. Enoch Parsons Everett, b. at Copake Flat?, N. V., 31 Aug. 1825; 
a farmer; married at Ellsworth, Conn., 20 Feb. 1850, his cousin, Helen 
Sophronia Everett, dau. of William and Susan Ann (Gordon) Everett, of 
Ellsworth, where she was born 22 Aug. 1829. They settled at Ellsworth, 
where she died 14 Sept. 1S66. He married (2d), 9 Feb. 1867, at Ells- 

1 worth, Emily Coodenough, dau. of Giles Chipman and Alida (Cooper) 
Goodenough, of Jefferson, X. Y., where she was born 3 July 1840. They 
were living at Ellsworth in Nov. 1876. 

10928 II. Richard Floyd Everett, b. at Copake Flats, N. V., 15 Sept. 1831; 
a farmer; married at Sharon, Conn., 26 Nov. 1857, Catharine Henrietta 
St. John, dau. of Henry and Catharine Augusta (Wheeler) St. John, of 

j Northeast, N. Y. . She was born at Sharon, 26 Nov. 1836. They dwelt at 
Sharon for seven years; then settled at Galva, 111., and were living there in 

' Jan. 1877. She was g. d. of Silas and Olive (Barstow) St. John, of Sharon; 
g. g. d. of Silas and Abigail (Royce) St. John, of Sharon; g. g. g. d. of Daniel 



4154 



17S6S 



7871 



4155 
I7S74 



17SS2 



1566 High ill Generation. 



and Mary St. John, of Norwalk, Conn.; g. g. g. g. d. of James and Mary 
(Comstock) St. John, of Norwalk ; g. g. g. g. g. d. of Matthias St. John ; 
and g. g. g. g. g. g. d. of Matthias St. John, of Norwalk. 



Chil. of Roswell Everett. 4 1 56 

10929 I. Ransom Everett. 

[0930 II. Henry Everett. 

There were, besides these, three sons and three or four daughters, names 
I not reported, all of whom were said to live at Lansing, 111., in Oct. 1S76. 



Chil. of Camaliel and Nancy Minerva (Woodward) Everett. 4'57 

1093 i I. Everett, died in infancy. 

10932 II. Isaiah Woodward Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 14 Feb. 1821; 
and was living there, unmarried, in Nov. 1875, with his mother; a farmer. 

10933 HI- Ransom Frederick Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 26 July i;SS6 
1822; a farmer; married at Warren, Conn., 13 March 1851, by Rev. Mr. 
Keep, Congregational, to Ellen Harriet Curtiss, dau. of Erastus and Harriet 
(Tanner) Curtiss, of Warren, where she was born 3 Aug. 1S25. She was 

g. dau. of Kbenezer Tanner, who served as an officer throughout the 
Revolutionary War. They dwelt at Ellsworth till 1S60; then settled at 
Waverly, 111., and were living there in Nov. 1876. 

10934 IV. Susan Elizabeth Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 7 Ap. 1824; 
married there, 13 June 1S50, by Rev. Mr. Baldwin, Congregational, to her 
second cousin, John Chaffee Lovell, son of John Barlow and Clarissa 10059 
(Chaffee) Lovell. See his record. 

!°935 V- Abel Clark Evereti, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 29 Ap. 1827; a farmer i/SS S 

and carpenter; married at Ellsworth, 22 Oct. 1850. by Rev. Mr. Baldwin, 
Congregational, to his second cousin, Clarissa Chaffee, dau. of Joel St. John 10960 ] 
and Betsey Ann (Youngs) Chaffee, of Ellsworth, where she was born 31 
Oct. 1S2S. They dwelt at Ellsworth for several years; then settled at 
Winsted, Conn., and were living there in Nov. 1876. 

10936 VI. Adeline Minerva Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 6 Jan. 1S30; 
and died there, 19 Jul}- 1842. 



Whitney I'amilv 



1567 



10937 VII. PJewton Franklin Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 26 Sept. 17S90 
1S32; a fanner; married at Kent, Conn., 24 Jan. 1S55, by Rev. Porter B. 

Barry, Congregational, to Mary Frances Dutcher, of Kent, dau. of Silas 
and Laura (Booth) Dutcher. They were living at Chenango Bridge, N.Y., 
in Nov. 1S76. 

10938 VIII. Charles Burrett Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 4 Feb. 1 S3 5; 1 7^93 

a farmer; married at Ellsworth, 6 Sept. 1858, by Rev. Robert D. Gardiner, 
Congregational, to his second cousin, Julia Chaffee, dau. of Joel St. John 10963 
and Betsey (Youngs) Chaffee, of Ellsworth, where she was born 13 Ap. 
1837. They settled at Ellsworth, and were living there in Oct. 1876. 



10939 IX. Julia Louisa Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 2 Nov. 183S; 
married there, I Jan. 1861, by Rev. R. D. Gardiner, Congregational, to 
Stiles Miner Eeecher, a farmer, son of Rev. John Willis and Achsah Jane 
(Judson) Beecher, of Vernon Centre, N. Y. He was born at Huron, Ohio, 
18 Feb. 1835. They dwelt at Vernon Centre till Jan. 1864, when he 
[enlisted in the 15th Reg, N. Y. S. Cavalry, and served till Sept. 1865. 
When he was discharged, they settled at Verona, N. V., and were living 
there in Nov. 1876. 



-899 



10940 X. Jerusha Skiff Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 3 Now 1840; 
married there, 30 Dec. 1863, by Rev. R. D. Gardiner, Congregational, to 
George Washington Holcomb, a farmer, son of Perlin 1 and Sarah (Filley) 
J Holcomb, of Windsor Locks, Conn., where he was born 7 Jan. 1837. They 
dwelt at South Windsor, Conn., for one year; at Verona, N. V., six years; 
and then settled at Windsor Locks, where thev were still living in Oct. 
1876. 



Chil. of Alpha and Ruth (Everett) Carrier. 



4159 



10041 I. Elizabeth Everett Carrier, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 21 Oct. 1820; 
married there, 27 Nov. 1844, Joshua King Skinner. She died at Ellicott- 
ville, N. Y., 28 Sept. 1S49, an( J v, ' as buried there. 



10942 II. Susan Carrier, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 29 July 1S22; married 
there, 9 Oct. 1S4S, Stiles Hall, son of Ebenezer Silliman and Eliza (Coley) 
Hall, of Weston, Conn., where he was born in 1820. They settled at 
J Bridgeport, and were living there in Nov. 1S75, without children. 



■I'erlin Holer 
1S12, was li\in<; 



.on. Samuel Andrew Holcomb, 
battle of Mnloh, 6 Ap. 1S62. 



1 56S Eighth Generation. 

Chil. of William and Susan Ann (Cordon) Everett. 4160 

10943 I. Helen Sophronia Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 22 Aug i8-»q- 17874 

married there, 20 Feb. 1S50, her cousin, Enoch Parsons Everett, son of 109- j 
Russel and Caroline Ruby (Parsons) Everett. See his record. She died 
at Ellsworth, 14 Sept. 1866. 

10944 II. Sarah Amelia Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn 18 July 1833- 

died unmarried, 15 June 1872, at Cornwall, Conn., and' was buried at 
Ellsworth. 

10945 HI. Mary Ely Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 1 Oct. 1S36; grad. at 1790s! 
Mt Holyoke Female Seminary in 1856; married at New York City 15 
May 1865, by Rev. William Adams, D.D., pastor of the Madison Avenue 
I resbytenan Church, to Charles Rufus Swift, a farmer, son of Henry and 
Mary (backett) Swift, of Cornwall, Conn., where he was born 5 May 1835 
They dwelt at Cornwall till Ap. 1S73; at Hamden, Conn., till Sept 18-4- 
and then returned to Cornwall, where they were still living in Oct. 1S76. ' 

10946 IV. Martha Lavinia Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 6 June 1841- 
died at Ellsworth, 4 Aug. 1842, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Luther and Mary (Peck) Chaffee. 4161 

10947 I. George Whitefield Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 1 1 July 181^ ■ 1791c 

a merchant and auctioneer; married at Ellsworth, 10 Eeb. 1841, Rhoda Ann 
Skiff, dau. of \\ alter and Abigail (Wilson) Skiff, of Ellsworth, where she 
was born 5 Ap. 18 19. They dwelt at Ellsworth till 1S53; at Elmira N V 
nV 8 I S i an c V h l n f" led at U'averly, X. Y„ where he was still living in 
Oct. 1 876. She died there, 8 Feb. 1 tCS, and was buried in Home Cemetery. 

10948 II. Caroline Maria Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 17 Feb. 1816- 17013 
married there, 21 Aug. 1834, by Rev. Frederick Gridley, Congregational' 

to Carry Stilson Morey, a farmer, son of David and Tamar (Stilson) Morey 
of Ellsworth, where he was born 4 May 18 1 1. They settled at Ellsworth' 
and were living there in Dec. 1876. 

10949 HI. Calvin Peck Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 17 Feb 18-0 • a 1701S 
farmer; married at Sharon, Conn., 4 Sept. 1844, by Rev.' Mr. Brownell 
Congregational, to his cousin, Elizabeth Lovell, born at Sharon, 24 10937 
Oct 1820, dau. of John Barlow and Clarissa (Chaffee) Lovell Thcv 
settled at Ellsworth; where she died. 5 Oct. 1851, and was buried He 

was married (2d), 19 Oct. 1S52, at Sharon, by Rev. A. Cogswell Frissell 



Whitney Family 



1569 



pastor of the Presbyterian Church of South Amenia, N. V., to Clara Cold 
Lovell, half-sister of his first wife, and dau. of John Barlow and Catharine 
Melissa (Gold) Lovell, of Sharon, where she was born 13 March 1S30. 
They dwelt at Ellsworth till March 1S67; at Chicago, 111., till Oct. 1S74; 
and then settled at Eyota, Minn., where he died, 2 March 1875, and was 
buried. She was living at Flint, Mich., in Oct. 1876; a teacher in the 
public school. 



10950 



Child of Abraham and Rachel (Chaffee) Hall. 

I. Rachel Hall, b. at Lee, Mass., 28 March 1812; married at Marathon, 
N. V., 29 Aug. 1873, by Rev. Giles Smith, Congregational, to Northrop 
Salmon Kail, a farmer, son of Salmon and Eliza (Gaston) Hall, of Lenox, 
N. V., where he was born iS March 1S11. The}- settled at Munnsville, 
N.Y., where she had dwelt for fifteen years before her marriage; and were 
living there in Jan. 1S77. He has children by a former wife. 



1 095 1 



1095: 



Chil. of Augustus and Abigail (Chaffee) Everett. 

I. Dorothy Hyde Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 12 Nov. 1S1S; 
married there, 17 Ap. 1843, in the Congregational Church, by the pastor, 
Rev. John Beecher, to Cyrus Winthrop Cray, a merchant, 'son of Silas 
Ashley and Lucretia Collins (Wadhams) Gray, of Sharon. Conn., where he 
was born 1 May 1821. They dwelt at East' Sharon, Conn., till 1857; at 
Falls Village, Conn., till 1S61; at Waverly, X. Y., till 1S67; at Owego, 
N. Y., till 1S71 ; and then settled at Le Raysville, Penn., where he died, 21 
Oct. 1874, and was buried. She was living at Le Raysville in Dec. 1876. 

II. IV!ary Elmore Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Cr 
at Ellsworth, iS Nov. 1S21, and was buried there. 



Ap. 1 82 1 ; died 



4162 



4164 

17920 



10953 HI. Samuel Elmore Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 15 Dec. 1S22; 
a farmer; married at South Britain. Conn., 12 Jan 1854, Ann Eliza Canfield, 
dau. of George and Cornelia Helen (Beecher) Canfield, of South Britain, 
where she was born 16 Dec. 1826. They settled at Ellsworth, and were 
living there in Dec. 1S76. 



10954 IV. Mabel Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 14 July 1825 ; married at 
Sharon, Conn., 2S Dec. 1847, Benjamin Franklin Barlow, a farmer, son of 
Thomas and Lucy (Allerton) Barlow, of Amenia, N. Y., where he was born 
27 July 1S21. They settled at Amenia, and were living there in Dec. 
1S76. 



"9^4 



i57o 



Eighth Generation. 



10955 : v - Mary Lucy Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 2 June 1827; married 17926 

there, 28 Nov. 1852, Ralph Knibloo Woodward, a farmer, son of David 
Woodruff and Eliza (Knibloe) Woodward, of Sharon, Conn., where he was 
born 16 Jan. 1825. They settled at Sharon, and were living there in Dec. 
! 1876. 

10956 VI. Julia Anne Everett, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 3 May 1S33; died 1 
Ap. 1S35. 



Chil. of John Barlow and Clarissa (ChafTee) Lovell. 4^5 

10957 '• Elizabeth Lovell, b. at Sharon, Conn., 24 Oct. 1S20; married 17918 

there, 4 Sept. 1844, by Rev. Mr. Brownell, Congregational, to Calvin Peck 
Chaffee, son of Luther and Mary (Peck) Chaffee. See his record. i 10949 

1095S II. Charles Thomas Lovell, b. at Sharon, Conn., 24 Oct. 1822; a 17930 

farmer; married there, 26 Feb. 1848, by Rev. Mr. Stillwell, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Roana Parnal Woodward, dau. of David Woodruff and Eliza 
: (Knibloe) Woodward, of Sharon, where she was born 29 Sept. 1826. They 
: settled at Sharon; where he died, 21 Jan. 1876. His widow was still living 
there in Sept. 1 S76. 

10959 HI. John Chaffee Lovell, b. at Sharon, Conn., 3 Sept. 1S24; a 17935 
farmer; married at Ellsworth, Conn., 13 June 1850, his second cousin, 
Susan Elizabeth Everett, dau. of Gamaliel and Nancy Minerva (Wood- 10934 

! ward) Everett, of Ellsworth, where she was born 7 Ap. 1824. They left 
Sharon, 1 Sept. 1850, accompanied by his father, to settle in the west; and 
while at Grass Lake, Mich., visiting friends, she suddenly sickened, and 
died 15 Sept. 1S50. She was buried at Grass Lake. He purchased a farm 
■in Sangamon Co., 111., near Waverly; dwelt there for one year; and then 
returned to Sharon. There he was married (2d), 3 Sept. 1855, by Rev. 
A. C. Frissell, Presbyterian, to Emiiy Antoinette Cartwright, dau. of David 
Smith and Nancy (Howard) Cartwright, of Sharon, where she was born 6 
j July 1833. They continued to dwell on the homestead of his father till 
: Ap. 1858; then at Cornwall, Conn., till the Spring of 1861, when he 
] bought, and returned to, the old homestead at Sharon, where they were 
living in Dec. 1875. 

Chil. of Joel St. John and Betsey Ann (Youngs) Chaffee. 4'^9 

10960 1 I. Clarissa Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 31 Oct. 1S2S; married 17888 
; there, 22 Oct. 1850, by Rev. Mr. Baldwin, Congregational, to her second 

i 1 



Whitney Family. 



cousin, Abel Clark Everett, son of Gamaliel and Nancy Minerva (Wood- ; 
\ ward) Everett. See his record. 

10961 II. Eleanor Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 4 March 1831; died at 
Ellsworth, 1 1 Dec. 1 83 5 , and was buried there. 



I 571 



10935 



1096. 



III. Joshua Blgnal Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 27 March 

1834; a farmer; married at her father's house, 23 March 1863, by Rev. 

C. W. Powell, Methodist, to Betsey Ann Whitney, dau. of William and 

Hannah Metcalf (St. John) Whitney, of Ellsworth, where she was born 

24 June 1844. They settled at Ellsworth, and were living there in Sept. 

1876. I 

She was g. dau. of Benjamin and Abigail (Fancher) Whitney, and of 

Squire and Abigail (Abbott) Fancher; g. g. dau. of Samuel Kellogg and 

I Grace (Fairweather) Whitney, and of Joseph and Polly Fairweather, of 

I Norwalk, Conn.; and g. g. g. dau. of Benjamin and Lois (Kellogg) Whit- 

I ney, of Norwalk, of whose descendants the records were gathered and 

' arranged for this work, under the erroneous impression that he was 

; descended from Henry Whitney, while it now seems more likely that he 

was a descendant of John and Elinor Whitney, 1 of Watertown, Mass. 



17937 



10963 IV. Julia Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 13 Ap. 1837; married there, 
6 Sept. 185S, by Rev. Robert D. Gardiner, Congregational, to her second 
'cousin, Charles Burrett Everett, son of Gamaliel and Nancy Minerva 
(Woodward) Everett. See his record. 



Chil. of Levi and Olive (Eaton) Treadwell. 

10964 I. Elvira Treadwell, b. at Perinton, N. Y., 2S Dec. 181 2; married at 
Rush, N. V., 7 Sept. 1837, by Rev. Townsend P. Abel, Universalist, to 
Henry Harrison Olmsted, a farmer, son of Elijah and Polly (Smith) 

1 Olmsted, of LeRoy, N. V., formerly of Middlebury, Vt, where he was 
born 23 Oct. 1813. They dwelt at Pavilion, N.Y., for twenty-eight years; 

1 then settled at LeRoy, and were living there in March 1S77. 



7893 

10938 



4172 
17933 



10965 II. Ransom Treadwell, b. at Perinton, N. Y. 

10966 III. William Cuyler Treadwell, b. at Perinton, N. Y., 
; married there Eliza Van Mess, who died at Hudson, Mich., 

i married (2d), at Hudson, Ann Johnson ; and died there, 27 Dec. 



1 See note to No. 9627, Whittle 
of John and Elinor II kit/ley 



•y of Watertown, Ma. 



\ I8I8; 
1 1850; 
858. 

34S, 349. 



0-1-5- 



i SI 2 Eighth Generation. 



10967 IV. Chauncey Lyon Treadwell, b. at Perinton, X. Y., 22 Nov. 17944 

1 S 1 8 ; a farmer and stock-breeder; married at Wheatland, Mich., 3 Feb. 
1848, Marcia Church, dau. of Lorenzo and Susan (Ilalleck) Church, of 
Ontario, X. Y., where she was born lS May 1824. They were living at 
Wheatland in March 1877. 

10968 V. Clarissa Treadwell, b. at Perinton, X. Y.; is dead. 

10969 VI. Cordelia E. Treadwell, b. at Perinton, X. Y., 9 Feb. 1821; 17946 
married at LeRoy, X. Y., ji Aug. 1843, Albert Bliss Slocum, a farmer, 

son of Smith and Elizabeth (Bliss) Slocum, of Perinton, former!}' of 
Macedon, X. Y., where he was born 19 Ap. 181 S. They dwelt at Perinton 
till 4 Oct. 1S43; and then settled at Wheatland, Mich., where he was still 
living in March 1877. She died at Wheatland, 18 March 1866, and was 
buried there, in the cemetery at Church's Corners. He has been a member 
of the Legislature of Michigan. 



10970 VII. Phebe Treadwell, b. at Perinton, X. Y. 



3971 VIII. Mary Jane Treadwell, b. at Perinton, X. Y.; married at 17948 

Hudson, Mich., 14 Jan. 1852, Andrev L. Hill, a jeweller, son of Oliver 1 
and Cieusa (Wood) Hill, of Lawsville, Penn., where he was born 30 May 
1817. They settled at Hudson, where she died 10 May 1866. He died 
in March 1864, at Nashville, Tenn. They were buried in Maple Grove 
Cemetery, at Hudson. 

By his former wife, Hannah C. Messingcr (born at Wrentham, Mass., 6 
Ap. 1S22; married at Leslie, Mich., in Sept. 1841; died at Ypsilanti, Mich., 
in Ap. 1S48), he had a son, Thomas Messinger Hill, born at Howell, Mich., 
22 Oct. 1S42; and a dau., Ella Frances Hill, born at Howell, 23 Dec. 1844. 

i 10972 IX. David Treadwell, b. at Perinton, X. Y.; is dead. 



Chil. of Joshua Chaffee and Amy (Slocum) Eaton. 4 173 

10973 I- Jane Eliza Eaton, b. at Perinton, X. Y., in 1S20; died at Perinton 
in 1821, and was buried there. 

10974 II. Ortus Custus Eaton, b. at Perinton, N. Y., 3 Aug. 1822; mar- 
ried there, in May 1843, Electa Clark Ely, of Fairport, X T . Y.; married (2d) 
at the same place, in March 1852, Mary Delana Parks; married (3d) at 

■Oliver Hill, a minister of the Presbyterian Dec. 1 844. His wife died in Washtenaw Co., 
Church, was born in Plymouth Co., Mass., 12 Mich., 11 Fell. 1S38. 
Sept. 17S1; and died at Stony Creek, Mich., 23 



Whitney Family 



Rochester, N. V., in July iS6o, Charlotte Landon ; and was living at 
Franklinville, N. V., in Feb. 1877. He served in the war of 1 Sor, for three 



1573 



Chil. of Joshua Chaffee and Mary (Newell) Eaton. 

10975 _ HI. Amy Amelia Eaton, b. at Perinton, N. V., 28 July 1827; mar- 
ried there, 30 Aug. 1852, her cousin, Stephen Alexander Eaton, son of 

Silas and Eliza (Reed) Eaton. See his record. 

10976 IV. Emeline Cornelia Eaton, b. at Perinton, X. V., 20 May 1831; 

married there, 10 Sept. 1850, by Rev. C. A. Skinner. Universalist, to 
DeWitt Clinton Tomlinson, a minister of the Universalist Church, son of 
Vincent and Martha (Squires) Tomlinson, of Gaines, X. Y., where he was 
born 24 Aug. 1824. He was educated at the Theological Institute, 
Clinton, X. Y. They were living at Akron, Ohio, in March 1S77. 



4173 



'7959 
1 0979 



17950 



Chil. of Silas and Eliza (Reed) Eaton. 

10977 I- Thaddeus Constantine Sobieski Eaton, b. at Perinton, X. Y., 
22 Sept. 1820; died at Perinton, 20 Oct. 1822, and was buried there. 

\ 10978 _ II. Harriet Kewel! Eaton, b. at Perinton, X. Y., 9 Aug. 1822 ; mar- 
ried at Hudson, Mich., 22 Feb. 1844, Joseph Marion Johnson, an agent for 
real estate, son of Joseph and Ann (Twidale) Johnson, from Hull, Yorkshire, 
Eng., where he was born 12 May 1S19. They dwelt at Hudson till May 
1876; then settled at Toledo, Ohio, and were still living there in March 
1S77. 

' 10979 HI. Stephen Alexander Eaton, b. at Bane, X. Y., 15 Aug. 1825 ; 
a manufacturer of furniture ; married at Perinton, X. Y., 30 Aug. 1^52, his 
;' cousin, Amy Amelia Eaton, dau. of Joshua Chaffee and Mary (Newell) 10975 
Eaton. They settled at Hudson, Mich., and were living there in Feb. 1 S77. 

10980 IV. Constantine Sobieski Eaton, b. at Barre, N. Y 10 Aug 18-7- 
' died 1 1 Nov. 1 848. 

1 10981 V. Hervey Eusebius Eaton, b. at Barre, X. Y., 11 Ap. 1850- died 
at Barnes' Bar, Cal., jj Ap. 1852, and was buried there. 

10982 VI. Ransom Joshua Eaton, b. at Keene, Mich., 19 Feb. 1859; a 17961 
1 manufacturer of furniture; married at Hudson, Mich., 5 Feb. 1862, Sarah 
Fatoot Conselyea, dau. of Abner and Margaret (Welshman) Conse'lyea, of 



■7954 



'7959 



15 74' Eighth Generation. 



North Caldwell, N. J., where she was born 8 Feb. [843. They were living, 
in May 1877, at Hudson, which had been his home since he was one year 
old. 



Chil. of Samuel Murdock and Wary (Eaton) Hanford. 4175 

10983 I. Lucy Hanford, b. at Perinton, N.Y., 28 Oct. 1823; married Darius 

Boynton; died at Plymouth, Mich., 1 1 May 1S51, and was buried there. 

10954 II. Elmore Hanford, b. at Perinton, N. Y., 1 Jan. 1S26; died at 
Perinton, 5 Jane 1S28, and was buried there. 

10955 III. James Hervey Hanford, b. at Perinton, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1828; 
died at Perinton, 10 Ap. 1842, and was buried there. 

10956 IV. Eliza Ann Hanford, b. at Perinton, N.Y., 6 Ap. 1830; married 17966 
at her mother's house, near Plymouth, Mich., 12 fuly 1851, John Northrop 
Scott, a farmer, who was born at Perinton, 9 Aug. 181 5. He dwelt at 

I Plymouth till 1S64; at Ypsilanti, Mich., till 1SG9; and" then moved to 
I Stony Creek, six miles south of Ypsilanti, where he was living in March 
1877. She died at 16 River Street, Ypsilanti, 9 Dec. 1867. 

10957 V. Joshua Chaffee Eaton Hanford, b. at Caledonia, N. Y, 10 
Sept. 1833; a farmer, and, later in life, a merchant; married 'at Detroit, 

Mich., 26 Dec. 1870, Maria C. Osborne, dau. of Elihu and Sarah A.' 
(Pratt) Osborne, of Newstead, N. Y, where she was born 5 Dec. 1S39. 
They settled at Detroit, and were living there in March 1877- address 

: S73 Cass Avenue. 

10988 VI. rVlary Helen Hanford, b. at Perinton, N. Y., 27 June 1835; died 

I at Plymouth, Mich., 10 Oct. 1S60. 

109S9 VII. Jesse Hanford, b. at Perinton, N. Y, 11 July 1837- died there 

■ 1 Ap. 1S39. 

10990 VIII. Llewellyn Hanford, b. at Perinton, N. Y., 4 Feb. 1842; died 
there, 7 March 1845. 



[796S 



Child of James Hervey and Lucy (Eaton) Hanford. 

I 
10991 : I. Mary Helen Hanford, b. at Perinton, N. V., 12 Dec. 1832 ; died at 
I Perinton, 12 Aug. 1833, and was buried there. 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Hiram and Ruhama (V.'hite) Abel. 

10992 I. Emeline Abe!, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 2 May 1823; married at 
'Sharon, Conn., 25 (Jet. 1S4G, by Rev. William Stilhvell, .Methodist, to 

Robert VVylie, a farmer, son of Arthur and Agnes (Lynn) VVylie, of Mont- 
; gomery, N. Y., where he was born 2S Feb. 1 S20. They dwelt at Gaylord's 

Bridge, in New Milford, Conn., from 1 Jan. 18.5.7 to ' -March 1 84S ; then 
j settled at Shawangunk, N. V., and were living there in Ap. 1S77. ^ e 

served, as a private, in Co. E, 156th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry, from 

Sept. 1S62 till 17 May 1865. 

10993! II. Mary Janet Abel, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 26 March 1S25; was 
I living at South Canaan, Conn., unmarried, in Ap. 1S77. 

10994 HI. Frances Abe!, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 2S Nov. 1S31; married, in 
Ap. 1854, Cibson Gillette. They were living on her father's homestead, at 
Lime Rock, Conn., in Dec. 1876. 

10995 IV. Sarah Abel, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 5 Nov. 1S33; married in 

j Orange Co., N. Y., 13 Nov. 1S52, Elisha Bernam Gillette, a farmer, son of 
i Joseph and Nancy (Harris) Gillette, of South Canaan, Conn., where he was 

born 27 Sept. 1830. They settled at South Canaan, and were living there 

in March 1876. 

10996 I V. Ann Jedidah Abel, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 5 Sept. 1S35; died 

there, 2 Aug. 1836, and was buried in Lime Rock Cemetery. 

10997! VI. David Abel, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 25 Ap. 1S37; died there, 25 
! May 1S37, and was buried in Lime Rock Cemetery. 

10998 VII. George Elijah Abel, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 13 June 1838; died 
there, 5 May 1 841, and was buried in Lime Rock Cemetery. 

10999' VIII. Hiram Abel, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 26 Oct. 1842; died there, 
5 Jan. 1843, and was buried in Lime Rock Cemetery. 



1 575 

417s 
17969 



Child of Halsey and Julia (Abel) Tibbals. 



11000! I. James Kalsey Tibbals, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 7 Sept. 1823; 
I married at Lime Rock, Conn., 16 Nov. 1846, Julia Hines Lovorase, dau. of 
! Lee and Aurelia (Swift) Loverage ; and was living, without children, at 
j Brunswick, Ohio, in Dec. 1876, having survived his wife. 



1576 



Eigh l!i (n'li era tio n . 



md Mary (Norton) Herinton. 



I. Mary Herinton, was living at Grand Rapids, Mich., in March 1877. 



4189 



ind Rebecca (Norton) Burr. 



I. Rebecca Burr, was living at Lansing, Mich., in March. 1877. 



Child of Jerome Seymour and Aritta (Stuart) Chaffee. 



4195 



I. James Stuart Chaffee, b. at Sharon, Conn., 3 Oct. 1846; a 179S0 
farmer; married at Kent, Conn., 17 Sept. 1872, Lydia Judd, dau. of 
Edward Matthew and Laura (Cartu right) Judd, of Kent, where she was 
born 16 Dec. 1850. They settled at Wassaic, X. Y., and were living there- 
in Dec. 1876. He was then one of the firm of Tanner & Chaffee, dealers 
l in grain, flour, feed and plaster. 



Chil. of Eben Whitney and Amanda (Fuller) Chaffee. ; 4197 

Nov. 1S45 ; 



1004 I. Alice Rebecca Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn 
died at Ellsworth, 19 Sept. 184S, and was buried there. 

1005 II. Florence Adele Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 4 Feb. 1S49; 
married there, 22 Sept. 1870, John Horace Reed, a farmer, son of Newton 
and Anna (Van Dyke) Reed, 1 and grandson of Ezra and Esther (Edgarton) 

' Reed, of Amenia, N. Y., where he was born 24 Sept. 1S46. They settled 
at Ellsworth, and were living there in Nov. 1876. 



'9S2 



ioo6 



III. Herbert Fuller Chaffee, b. at Ellsworth, Conn., 20 Nov. 186 = 



Chil. of Enoch Slosson and Rachel (Wood) Williams. 4200 

1007 I. Emeline Williams, b. at Tioga, now Newark Valley, N. Y., 22 1 1074 

Feb. 1804; married, 12 Oct. 1 83 1, her father's cousin, Charles Farnharn. 4219 
i See his record. 

■ Sec the h'ecd Genai/ogy, p. 457. 



Whitney Family. 



II. Eliza Ann Williams, b. at Tioga, now Newark Valley, 13 Ap. 

1S06; married, 8 Jan. 1829, William Caylord, a waggon-maker, sun of[ 
Lawrence Gaylord, of Union, X. V. They settled at Binghamton, N. Y., 
about 1840-45 ; and moved to Toledo, Ohio. She was living at Coving- 
ton, Ind., in 1863. 

III. Almerin Williams, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, X. V., 
30 Aug. 180S ; a farmer; married at her father's house, 29 Dec. 1829, by 
Rev. Marcus Ford, pastor of the Congregational Church of Newark Valley, 
to Margaret Van Wormer, dau. of .Michael and Hannah (Sturges) Van 
Wormer, of Newark Valley. She was born at Guilderland, X. Y., 26 July 
1812. They settled at Newark Valley; where he died, 10 Ap. 1863, and 
was buried in Hope Cemetery. She was living at Newark Valley in Dec. 
1S77. They were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. ' 



b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, N. Y., S 
r father's house in Newark Valley, 4 {var. 5) 



IV. Juliet Williams, 

Sept. 1S1 1 ; married at he 

Nov. 1835, by Rev. Marcus Ford, Congregational, to Marshall Hotchkin, 
a farmer, son of Abraham and Parthenia (Bement) Hotchkin, of Newark 
Valley, where he was born 18 May 1806. They settled at Newark Valley; ' 
died there (she, 8 Jan. 1S42; he, 24 May 1874), and were buried in Hope 
Cemetery. His second wife, Mrs. Abigail (Harmon) Branch, dau. of John 
and Jemima (Hovey) Harmon, of Newark Valley, and widow of Levi 
Branch, of the same place, was born 15 Sept. 1806; married 14 Dec. 1843; 
died 17 Aug. 1S51, and was buried in Hope Cemetery. His third wife, 
Mary Edwards Muzzy, dau. of Jonas and Thirza (Moore) Muzzy, of 
Newark Valley, was born 29 July 1812; married 30 Dec. 1853; and was 
living at Newark Valley in Dec. 1877. 



l S77 



7984 



V. Wiliiam Thomas Williams, b. at Berkshire, now Xewark Valley, 
N. Y., 11 Aug. 1814; a farmer; married at Speedsville, N. Y., 16 fan. 
185G, Lucia Ann Legg, dau. of Leonard and Esther Rhuad (Chidsey) 

, Legg, of Speedsville, where she was born 30 Sept. 1S28. They settled at 
Newark Valley; where she died, 21 Dec. 1862, and was buried in Hope 
Cemetery. He was married (2d), 22 Jan. 1873, at Newark Valley, by 
Rev. Jay Clizbe, Congregational, to Salome Catharine Brougham, dau. of 
John G. and Catharine (Van Valkenburgh) Brougham, and widow of Alvin 

j Doney, of Newark Valley. She was born at Owego, N. Y., 15 Ap. 1S31. 
They were living at Xewark Valley in Dec. 1S77. 

VI. Marquis de la Fayette Williams, b. at Berkshire, now Newark 
Valley, X. Y., 14 March 18 17 ; a cabinet-maker; lived at Towanda, Penn., 
from the Autumn of 1837 till 1839; at Mohawk Valley, N. Y., till 1S41; 
and then returned to Newark Valley, where he was married, 14 March 
184.1, by Rev. B. Mason, Methodist, to Almira Allen, dau. of Daniel 

19b 



iSOOO 



1578 



Eighth Generation. 



Lyman and Martha (Bardwell) Allen, of Harford, N. Y. She was born at 
Laurens, X. V., i Ap. 1816. They settled, in the Autumn of 1845, at 
Trumansburgh, X. V.; where she died, 22 May 1S63, and was buried in 
Gmve Cemetery. He married (2d), 27 July 1867, at Trumansburgh, 
Margaret Eugenia Farley, born at Covert, X. Y., 22 Ap. 1S35, dan. of 
Anthony Minard and Sarah Eugenia (Miller) Farley. They were living at 
Trumansburgh in Dec. 1877. 



1013 



VII. Horatio Nelson Williams, b. at Berkshire, now Newark 18007 
Valley, N. Y., S Feb. 1820; a cabinet-maker; married at her father's 
house, 30 June 1841, Emily Brown, dau. of Isaac and Eleanor (Branch) 
Brown, of Berkshire, where she was born 1 Ap. 1 82 1. They settled at 
Painted Post, X. Y.; where she died, 13 Jan. 1862, and was buried. He 
married (2(]) } in the Spring oi~ 1863, at Tainted Post, Anna Naramore. 



I 1014 



Chil. of Enoch Slosson and Betsey (Hull) Williams. 

VIII. Franklin Williams, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, X.Y., 

4 Nov. 1 821; a jeweller; married at Skancateles, X. Y., 14 Aug. 1844, by 
Rev. Amasa Smith, Baptist, to Hannah Douglass, dau. of Archibald and 
Sarah (Stevens) Douglass, of Skancateles, where she was born 4 May 1821. 
He left his father's house in Nov. 1837; dwelt at Palmyra, X. Y., till 1841; 
at Auburn, N. Y., till the Spring of 1 S44 ; and then returned to Palmyra, 
where they were still living in July 1875, at 19 Canandaigua Street. He 
has been, since 1838, a member, and for many years, a ruling elder, of the 
Presbyterian Church. He was president of the Star Paper Co., at Shorts- 
ville, N. Y. 



4200 



11015 IX. Theodore Williams, b. at Newark Valley, N.Y., 1 2 March 1824; 

a carpenter and joiner; married at Maine, N.Y., 13 Sept. 184S, by Rev. 
Mr. Blakeslee, Congregational, to Frances Amelia Curtis, dau. of Asa and 
Roxana (Barnes) Curtis, of Maine, where she was born 21 Oct. 1S26. 
They dwelt at Newark Valley till Ap. 1877; then moved to Carbondale, 
Penn., and were living there in Dec. 1S77. 



8017 



1 1016 X. Elizabeth Rachel Williams, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 23 
Oct. 1S26; married, and was living at Lodi, X. Y., in June 1S75. 



XI. Sarah Jane Williams, b. at Newark Valley, X. Y., 15 Jan. 1829; 
married at Slaterville, X. Y, 15 Jan. 1849, by Rev. Elbert A. Young, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Washington Al'jhonso Noble, a farmer, son of 
William Taylor and Christina (Brower) Xoble, of Newark Valley. He was 
born at Sterling, Penn., 3 March 1S23. They settled at Newark Valley; 
where she died, 28 March 1 857, and was buried in Hope Cemetery. He 
was living at Newark Valley in Dee. 1877. 



// hitnev Family 



1 5 79 



XII. Enoch Slosson Williams, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., i6Jan. 
1S31; a merchant-tailor; left home when fourteen years old, and lived at 
Owego, X. V., for four years; at Binghamton, X. Y., two years; at Berk- 
shire, X. Y., one and a half years; married at Speedsville, N. Y., 15 July 
1S52, Martha Lydia Legg, dau. of Leonard and Esther Rhuad (Chidsey) 
' Legg, of Speedsville, where she was born 10 May 1835. They dwelt at 
Speedsville for three years ; then settled at Candor, X. Y., and were living 
there in Nov. 1875. 



1 1019 XIII. Eunice Augusta Williams, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 3 
Aug. 1835; married there, 13 Sent 1853, at her father's house, Riley 
Tappan Dean, a fanner, son of Stafford Ahel and Abigail (Warren) Dean, 
of Newark Valley, where he was born 22 Jan. 1834. They settled at 
Newark Valley; where she died, 24 March 1S54, and was buried in Hope 
Cemetery. He married (2d) Frances Legg, of Speedsville, X. Y., and 
(3d) Mrs. Alice (Wade) Andrews, of Newark Valley; and was living at 
Maine, X. Y., in June 1875. 



Chil. cf Ezekiel and Caroline (Slosson) Rich. 4201 

I. ftfary Ann Rich, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, N. Y., 14 

Ap. 1813; died unmarried, 26 Dec. 1847, at Richford, N. Y, and was 
buried there, in the Congregational Church-yard. 

II. Ghauncey Leroy Rich, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, 1S022 
N. Y., 29 Jan. 1815; a merchant; married at Richford, N. Y., 4 July 1836, 

by Rev. David S. Morse, Congregational, to Eunice Deming, dan. of 
Abram and Louisa (Harris) Deming, of Richford. She was born at Great 
Barrington, Mass., 28 Sept. 1S13. They settled at Richford; where she 
died, 27 Dec. 1866, and was buried in the Congregational Church-yard. 
He married (2d), 6 June 1868, Jane Morenos, dau. of John and Winifred 
(O'Brien) Morenos, of Richford, where she was born 9 Jan. 185 1. They 
were living at Richford in Dec. 1877. He has been a director and treasurer 
of the Southern Central Railroad Company from its formation. 

III. Angelina Eliza Rich, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, 1SC27 
N. Y., 2^ Nov. 1S16; married at Richford, N. Y., n Oct. 1836, Lewis 
Halsey Kelly, a physician, son of John Kelly, of Genoa, N. Y., where he was 

born about 1809. They dwelt at Speedsville, N. Y.; at Yorkshire, N. Y.; 
at Marathon, N. Y., till 1 S49 ; at Painesville, Ohio, till 1856; then settled 
at Rochester, Minn., where she died 10 Nov. 1857, and was buried in Oak- 
wood Cemetery. He died, of consumption, at Owatonna, Minn., 9 Oct. 
1873, in his 64th year, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Rochester. 



i;8o 



EioJith Generation. 



He was engaged in the publication of various papers at Rochester, Owatonna, 
Northfield, and Faribault, Minn. 

IV. Lucien Densmore Rich, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, 
N. Y., 21 Sept. rSl8; an inn-keeper; married at Trumansburgh, N. V., 30 
March 1843, Margaret Lufanny Crandall, dan. of Simeon Miner and Eliza 
(Belknap) Crandall, of Trumansburgh, where she was born 16 Sept. I 82 I. 
They dwelt at Richford till 1848; and then moved to Woodstock, 111.; 
where she died 13 Nov. 1867, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery. He 
returned to Richford, 12 Jan. 1870, and was living there in Dec. 1877; 
ticket-agent of the Southern Central Railroad. 



1 1025 



V. William Dunham Rich, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, 
N. Y., 25 Dec. 1S20; died at the same place, 3 Jan. 1821, and was buried in 
Hope Cemetery. 

VI. EVJaria Louisa Rich, b. at Richford, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1S2S; married 
there, 29 Sept. 1S50, John More Benjamin, a mason, son of Hiram and 

j Gertrude (Van Hoesen) Benjamin, of Richford. He was born in Delaware 
Co., N.Y., 13 Jan. 1825. They dwelt at Richford till Aug. 1852; then 
I moved to Painesville, Ohio, and were living there in Dec. 1877. He has 
: been sheriff of Lake Co., Ohio, for two terms, 1S64-67. 



1 1027 



11028 



Chil. of Otis and Sarah (Slosson) Lincoln. 



420: 



I. William Slosson Lincoln, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, [804 

N. Y., 13 Aug. 1S13; a merchant; married at her father's house, in Newark 
j Valley, 14 Jan. 1836. by Rev. Marcus Ford, Congregational, to Helen Maria 
Burbank, dau. of Col. Christopher and Lucia (Leonard) Burbank. She 
was born at Chester, Mass., 24 Feb. 18 16. They were living at Washing- 
ton, D. C, in June 1S75. He was elected to Congress in Nov. 1866, from 
the 26th Congressional District of New York ; and has practised law at 
Washington, since the expiration of his term. 

II. Lincoln, a son, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, N. Y., 

24 Feb. 1 816; died 27 Feb. 1S16, and was buried on the farm. 

III. Celia Lincoln, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, N. Y., 14 
June 18 1 7; married at her father's house, in Newark Valley, 3 Sept. 1841, 

: by Rev. Marcus Ford, Congregational, to William Bradford Burbank, a 
merchant, son of Col. Christopher and Lucia (Leonard) Burbank, of New- 
ark Valley. He was born at Feeding Hills, Mass., 30 Oct. 1S17. They 
settled at Chicago, 111. She died, without children, 23 May 1845, at her 



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father's house; and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Newark Valley. He 
married (2d), 11 Sept. 1849, at her father's house, Nancy Johnson 
1 Spaulding, dau. of Moses and Eunice (Johnson) Spaulding, of Newark 
Valley, where she was born 4 May 1820; and was living at Chicago in 
Dec. 1877, without children. 



1029 IV. Caroline Amanda Lincoln, b. at Berkshire, now Newark 
Valley, N. V., I March 1820; married at her father's house, in Newark 
I Valley, 22 Aug. 1S37, by Rev. .Marcus Ford, Congregational, to Charles 
Higbe, 1 a farmer, son of Anson and Ann (Patterson) Higbe, of Newark 
Valley, where he was born 7 Aug. 18 17. The)- settled at Newark Valley, 
on a part of his father's homestead, and were living there in Dec. 1 877. He 
was one of the founders, and one-third owner, of Reed City, Michigan. 



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1 1030 V. Charles Keyes Lincoln, b. at Berkshire, now Newark Valley, 
N. Y., 6 Aug. 1S22; a druggist; married at her father's house, 14 Jan. 

! 1847, Laura Ann Stebbins, dau. of Barnabas Merrick and Roxalana 
(Gleason) Stebbins, of Newark Valley. She was born at New Marlbor- 

lough, Mass., 25 June 1825. They settled at Owego, N. Y., and were 
living there in Dec. 1877. 



1 &045 



VI. Jane Charlotte Lincoln, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 20 Feb. 11456 
[S25; married, 13 Aug. 1845, uer mother's third cousin, William Josiah 
3urr. See his record. 4441 



VII. Julia Etta Lincoln, b. at Newark Valley, N. V., 2 Ap. 1S27; 
married there, 10 Jan. 1849, at her father's house, by Rev. Marcus Ford, 
Congregational, to Barnabas Merrick Stebbins, an agent for insurance, son 
of Barnabas Merrick and Roxalana (Gleason) Stebbins, of Newark Valley. 
He was born at New Marlborough, Mass., 14 Aug. 1822. They settled at 
Owego, N. Y., and were living there in Dec. 1877. 



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1 1033 VIII. George Smmett Lincoln, b. at Newark Valley, N. V., 4 Dec. 
1S29; a farmer and trader; married at Painted Post, N. V., 19 Dec. 1S66, 
by Rev. John Branch, Baptist, to Emma Augusta Sheldon, dau. of Sylvester 
and Sarah (Robbins) Sheldon, of Newark Valley, where she was born 1 
May 1S46. They moved from Newark Valley to Owego, N. Y., and 
thence to Painesville, Ohio, where he died without children, 22 Ap. 1872. 
He was buried in Hope Cemetery, Newark- Valley. She returned to 
Owego, and was living there in Dee. 1877. 

1 1034 IX. Helen rVlaria Lincoln, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 8 June 1832 ; 
married there, 8 June 1853, at her father's house, by Rev. Peter Sanford 



For his ancestry, see i 



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Eioh tli ( nil c 7 -at ion . 



Worden, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Specdsvillc, N. Y., 
to David Williams Patterson, 1 a farmer, of West Winsted, Conn., son of 
Chester and Mary Ann (Elliott) Patterson, of Newark Valley. He was 
born at Union, N.Y., i ; July [824; settled at West Winsted. 24 Dec. 1846; 
returned to Newark Valley, with his family, 5 May 1865; and was living 
there in Dec. [S77. Since 1855, he has been a student of American 
genealogy and local history, and has labored on the Whitney Genealogy, as 
an assistant, for nearly five years, to the very great advantage of the work. 
in respect of fulness and accuracy. 

1 1035 X. Laura Eugenia Lincoln, b. at Newark Valley, NY., 25 July 

1835; died there, 2Q March 1864, and was buried in Hope Cemetery. 

1 1036 XI. Ada Augusta Lincoln, b. at Newark Valley, N.Y., 1 Nov. 1837; 

married there, 16 Now 1864, at the homestead, by Rev. Samuel Frederick- 
Bacon, Congregational, to Clayton Byington, a salesman, son of Lawyer 
and Savilla (Woodford) Byington, of New. ark Valley, where he was born 
3 Jan. 1835. They settled at Big Rapids, Mich.; returned to Newark 
Valley in May 1S67; went to Portage City, Wis., in Sept. 1S67; and re- 
turned, in Ap. !86S, to Newark Valley, where they were living in Dec. 
1877, without children. 



1037 XII. Sarah Isabella Lincoln, b. at Newark Valley, X. Y., 25 June 

1842; married there, 2; Sept 1865, at the homestead, by Rev. Samuel 
Frederick Bacon, Congregational, to Francis Edwin Brockway, an account- 
ant, son of Joseph Byington and Amanda (Winship) Brockway, of Newark 
Valley. He was born at Berkshire, N. Y., 10 Sept 1S44. They settled at 
Owego, N. Y., and were living there in Dec. 1S77. 



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ind Maria (Benjamin) Slosson. 



1 1038 I. George Williams Slosson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 24 June 

1825; an accountant; married there, 8 Sept. 1847, by Rev. Marcus Ford, 
Congregational, to Melinda Jane Williams, dau. of Oliver and Freelove 
(New-ell) Williams, of Newark Valley, where she was born 5 Feb. 1S27. 
They settled at Newark Valley; moved to Big Rapids, Mich., in Jan. 1S65; 
returned, in Sept. 1868, to Newark Valley, and were living there in Dec. 
1S77. Fie was then station-agent of the Southern Central Railroad, 
having held that position from the opening of the road in March 1S70. 

1039 II. Emily Villars Slosson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 13 Jan. 1827; 



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III. Phebe Elizabeth Slosson, b. at Newark Valley, N.Y., 9 March 

1830; married there, 17 Sept. 1S50, at her father's house, by Rev. Marcus 
Ford, Congregational, to Frederick Handel Todd, a trader and lumberman, 
son of Josiah and Elizabeth (Clinton) Todd, of Newark Valley. He was 
born at North Haven, Conn., 26 Feb. 18 19. They settled at Newark 
Valley; and, in 1865, moved to Big Rapids, Mich., where he was drowned 
18 March 1 868. He was buried in Hope Cemetery, Newark Valley. She- 
returned to Newark Valley, and was living there, with her 
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Chil. of Franklin and Nancy (Rich) Slosson. 

1 1041 I. Caroline Augusta Slosson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 13 Feb. 
1833; married at Owego, N. V., 17 Dec. 185 1, by Rev. P. C. Hay, D.D., 
Presbyterian, to Ezra Warren Reeves, a merchant, son of Lorenzo and 
Maria L. (Clark) Reeves, of Owego, where he was born 3 Ap. 1826. They ' 
dwelt on McMaster Street, Owego, till Ap. 1876; and then moved to; 
Ukiah, Cak, where they were still living in Dec. 1877. 



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II. Kancy Rich Slosson, b. 

5 March 1S39. 



Owego, N. Y., 13 March 1839; died 



Chil. of Simeon Rich and Semantha (Slosson) Griffin. 4205 

1043 I. Laura Eugenia Griffin, b. at Richford, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1843; 18070 
married at Dryden, N.Y., 18 Aug. 1S66, Charles Bolby Ellis, a hotel-keeper, 

son of Orrin and Sarah (Bolbv) Fill's, of Bath, N. Y., where he was born 2 
July 1840. They settled at Harford, N. Y.; where lie died 31 July 1873, 
of an injury which he received in the war of 1 861, while carrying orders. 
He was buried in the Harford Cemetery. He was a member of Co. F, 
109th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers. She was living at Harford in Dec. 
1877. 

1044 II. Mary Elizabeth Griffin, b. at Richford, N. Y., 30 Ap. 1847; 18073 
married at Dryden, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1867, Lyman Tanner, a carpenter and 
painter, son of Selma and Almira (Johnson) Tanner, of Harford, N. Y. 
He was born at Virgil, N. Y., 31 Dec. i N43. They were living at Harford 
in Dec. 1877. He served throughout the war of 1861. 



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Chil. of Elijah and Julia Ann Colt (Criffln) Wilson. 

I. Julia Ann Wilson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y.; bap. there, 17 Ap. 
1831; died unmarried, about June 1875. 

! 

II. Elisha Wilson, b. at Newark Valley, N. V.; bap. there, 17 Ap. 
1831; a druggist; lived at Grand Rapids, Mich., in 1876. He was then 
married, and had one child. 



4206 . 



Ill Delphine Wilson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y.; bap. there, 5 

July 1833; married Cutter; and died at Cleveland, Ohio, before 

the death of her parents. 

IV. Walstein Wilson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y.; bap. there, 3 July 
1835. 

V. Adelaide Wilson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y.; bap. there, 5 July 
1844 ; is unmarried. 

I 

VI. Theodore Wilson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y. 

VII. Jane Wilson, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y.; bap. there, 3 July 
1844; married Waldron ; and scttled'at CTrand Rapids, Mich. 

YUI. Isadore Wilson, lived at Detroit, Mich., in 1876. 



Chil. of Chester and Susan Maria (Wilson) Leonard. 420S 

I. IVSary Ann Leonard, b. at Berkshire, N.Y.,i6June 1827; married 
at Newark Valley, N. V., 6 Sept. 184S, by Rev. Marcus Ford, Congrega- 
tional, to Campbell Birdsall Roys, a carpenter and joiner, son uf Edwin and 
Hannah (Underwood) Roys, of Newark Valley. He was born at New 
Marlborough, Mass., 16 June 1826. She died at Newark Valley, without 
children, 27 Sept. 1 850, and was buried in the old cemetery at Berkshire. 
He married (2d), iC Jan. 1861, Charlotte Cordelia Brown, and was living 
at Binghamton, N. Y., in Dec. 1877. 

11054 II. Charles Frederick Leonard, b. at Ketchumville, in Newark 18075 

Valley, N. Y., 2 Ap. 1829; a cigar-manufacturer; married Sarah Maria 
Searlos, and settled at Dansvillc, N. Y., where they were still living in 
1S70. 



1055 III. Louisa Leonard, b. at Ketchumville, in Newark Valley, N. Y., 18079 



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1585! 



14 May 1833; married at Newark Valley, 9 Oct. 1849, in her mother's 
house, Aaron Ogden, a cigar-manufacturer, son of Jonathan and Esther 
(YVoodbridge) Ogden, of Binghamton, X. V., where lie was born 21 Nov. 
1827. They settled at Dansville, X. V., in 1850; returned to Newark- 
Valley; moved to Owego, X. Y., 1 Ap. 1S66, and were living there in June 
1875. 



Chil. of Charles Frederick and Lodema Fr.rnham (Ball) Aikens. 
1056 1 Benjamin Franklin Aikens, residence not known 



110^7 II Ambrose Frederick Aikens, 

was living there in Julv 1875. 



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at Hornellsville, X. Y.; and 



1058 HI Sophia Aikens, married Asa Phillips; and was living at Wash- 
ington, D. C, in Jul_\- 1875. 



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Child of Amasa and Cynthia Winship (Ball) Daily. 

1 1059 I. Amasa Daily, b. at Elkland, Penn., 21 July 1843; enlisted at Bur- 
lington, Iowa, in 1861, in Co. E, 1st Reg., Iowa Cavalry, and was discharged 
in Feb. 1864; reenlisted at Little Rock, Ark., in Feb 1864, in the Veteran 

I Reserve Corps ; became ill, from fever, at Little Rock, and while on his 
I way home, died at the Soldiers' Home in St. Louis, Mo., 10 May 1864, 
unmarried. Me was buried in Aspen Grove Cemetery, at Burlington. 

Child of Ezbon and Cynthia Winship (Ball) Slosson. 

1 1060 II. Edwin Ball Slosson, b. at Lawrenceville, Penn., 6 May 1S51; a 
telegrapher; was living at Council Bluffs, Iowa, in Jul)' 1875, unmarried. 



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Chil. of Sylvester and Patience (Wood) Farnham.' 42 1 5 

1061 I. George Anson Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 9 March 1S22; a 1S082 

1 The date of their marriage was incorrectly married (2d), 29 Jan. 1S68, at Owego, X. V., 

i printed at No. 4215: it should have been 29 Makuarei Josephine Smith, widow of Ezra 

Jan. 1820. PATIENCE Wood was dau. of David Ferguson, of Owego. She was, living at Tioga 

and Sarah (Tinkham) Wood, and w as born at in Oct. 1S77. He d.ed there, 22 Sept. 1873, 

Plymouth, Mass., 9 June 1791. They settled at and was buried with his first wife, in Evergreen 

Tioga, N.Y., where she died 11 Nov. 1 866. He Cemetery, Owego. 



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farmer; married at Owego, N. V., 5 Oct. 1S43, by Rev. Philetus B. Peck, 
Baptist, to Mary Maria Shepardson, dau. of Jonathan and Venina (Foster) 
Shepardson, of Tioga, formerly of Plymouth, N. Y., where she was born iS 
Jan. 1818. They settled at Tioga, where he still continued to reside in 
Oct. 187;. She died there, 27 July 1871, and was buried in Evergreen 
Cemetery, Owego. 

1062 II. Enos Siosson Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 22 Jan. 1S25; a 
farmer; married at Caroline, N. Y., 16 Oct. I S49, Clarissa Venina Dwight, 
dau. of Elijah and Olive (Standish) Dwight, of West Dryden, N. Y., for- 
merly of Pharsalia, X. Y., where she was born 14 July 1S24'.' They settled 
at Tioga, and were living there in Oct. 1 877. 

1063 III. Francis Leroy Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 14 Nov. 1827; a 
hotel-keeper; married, 30 Sept. 1858, Asenath Brownell, dau. of Samuel 
and Eliza (Thomas) Brownell. They were living at Pittston, Penn., in Oct. 
1877, without children. 



1 1064 IV. Sarah Emily Farnham, b. at Tioga, N.Y., 6 Jan. 1S30; married 18089 

there, 12 Feb. 1S50, Albert Sherman, a farmer, son of Albert and 

(Thurston) Sherman ; married (2d) Thurston Dexter, a waggon-maker, son 
of Stephen and Deborah (Thurston) Dexter; and was living at Tioga in 
Oct. 1877. 



1064. 



1065 



V. Andrew Oliver Farnham, b. at Tioga, X. Y., 29 June 1S33; a 
farmer; married at Troy, Penn., 18 Oct. 1855, Jerusha Hancock, who died 
9 Oct. 1S56, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Owego, N. Y.; mar- 
ried (2d), 30 May 1S64, at Binghamton, N.Y., Henrietta Swart, widow of 
Garry Springsteen. They were living at Bristol, X. Y., in Oct. 1877, 
without children. 



Chil. of Stephen Park and Pidelia (Farnham) Jones. 

I. Horatio Jones, b. at Tioga, X. Y., 10 Oct. 1828 ; died there, 9 Feb. 
1831, and was buried in the Presbyterian Church-yard at Owego, N. Y. 

II. Stephen Woodbridge Jones, b. at Tioga, X.Y., 13 Dec. 1831; 
a lumberman; married at her father's house, 20 Sept. 1S54, by Rev. G.' 
H. Blakeslee, Methodist PLpiscopal, to Prudence Anthony, dau. of Samuel 
Lucien and Rachel Cortright (Horton) Anthony, of Tioga, where she was 
born 24 Feb. 1S3S. They settled at Tioga, and were living there in Sept. 
1875. 

'The Dwight Genealogy, p. 69S, makes the year 1S22. 



42 16 



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587 



1067 III. Horace Jones, b. at Tioga, X V., 17 Nov. 1S33; a fanner; 18094 
married at her father's house, 24 Nov. 1857, by Rev. William II. King, 
Baptist, to Rachel Delphino Anthony, dau. of Samuel Lucien and Rachel 
Cortright (Horton) Anthony, of Tioga, where she was born 7 Jan. 1842. 
The)- dwelt at Tioga till 1 Ap. 1S60; at Sheshequin, Penn., till 1 Ap. 1S64; 
and then returned to Tioga, where the) - were still living in Sept. 1875, on 
his father's homestead. 

1106S IV. Charles Edward Jones, b. at Tioga, N.Y., 2 Jan. 1835 ; enlisted 

private in Co. C, 109th Reg., N. V. S. 



at Owego, N. Y., 9 Aus. 

Vol. Infantry; was promoted to be orderly-sergeant, date not known; 
second-lieut, 1 2 March i 8< >3 ; was wounded near Petersburgh, Va., 17 June 
1864; and died at Finley Hospital, Washington, D. C, 1 July 1864, unmar- 
ried. He was buried in the Presbvterian Church-vard at Owego. 



Chil. of Joel and Maria Theresa (Coodale) Farnhar 



1 1069 1. Eliza Matilda Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 30 Jan. 1S30; a 
teacher; married there, 23 Sept. 1.S57. by Rev. John Long, pastor of St. 
Luke's (Episcopal) Church, of Scranton, Penn., to Le Roy Hancock, of 
Scranton, son Jesse and Louisa (Champion) Hancock, of Pike, Penn., 
where he was born 2S March 1S14. They dwelt at Scranton till Ap. 1858 ; 
and then settled in the village of Hyde Park, now a part of Scranton, where 
he died of typhoid fever, 21 Dec. 1861. He was buried in Evergreen 
Cemetery, Owego, X. Y. She moved to Tioga in Nov. 1862; and thence, 
in Sept. 1S65, to Nichols, X. Y., near Hooper's Valley post-office, where 
she was still living in March 1876, engaged in teaching. 



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II. Edwin Pi/iortimer Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 24 June 1832; a 
carpenter; married at Factoryville, Barton, X. V., 2}, Xov. 1856, Melissa 
Johnson, dau. of Ira and Anna (Gardiner) Johnson, of Factoryville. She 
was born at Owego, X. Y., 28 Feb. 183S, They were living at Nichols, 
N. V., in March 1S76. He enlisted, 24 Aug. 1864, in the 50th Reg. of 
N. Y. S. Engineers; and was mustered out of service, 29 June 1865. 

III. Cynthia Malvina Farnham, b. at Tioga, X. Y., 16 March 1S37; 
married there, 15 Feb. 1S60, by Rev. William Delong, Universalist, to 
William Henry Harrison Core, of Towanda, Perm., son of Obadiah and 

Matilda (Shaw) Gore, of Sheshequin, Penn., where he was born 16 Sept. 
1835. They dwelt at Towanda til! Jan. I 87 I, then moved to Sheshequin, 
and were living there in March 1876. He was then a postal clerk on the 
Eastern Division of the Erie Railway. He enlisted 22 Ap. 1861; was 
mustered, as captain of Co. I, 6th Reg., Penn. Reserves, 15 May 1 So 1 ; 
was transferred to U. S. service, 2~ July 1861; was promoted to be major, 



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i 5 88 Eighth Generation. 

I Sept. 1863; and was mustered out, with his regiment, 15 June 1864. Pie 
took part in the battles of Drainesville, jo Dec. 1861; Mechanicsburgh, 27 
June 1862; Rappahannock Station, 23 Any. 1862; Second Bull Run, 29 
to 31 Aug. 1862 ; Chantilly, 2 Sept. 1862 ; South Mountain, 14 Sept. 1862; 
Antietam, 16 to 17 Sept. 1862; Thoroughfare Gap, 28 Oct. 1S62; Fred- 
ericksburgh, 13 Dec. 1S62; Gettysburgh, 1 to 4 July 1863; Williamsport, 
12 July 1863; Ashley Gap, 22 July 1863; Bristoe Station, 13 Oct. 1863; 
Rappahannock, 3 Nov. 1863; New Hope Church, 30 Nov. 1863; Mine 
Run, 3 Dec. 1863; Wilderness, 5 to 7 May 1864; Todd Tavern, 8 May 
1864; Spottsvlvania, 13 May 1 S64 ; North Anna River, 24 and 25 May 
1S64; and Bethesda Church, 30 May 1804. 

1 1072 IV. Oscar Enolia Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1839; a 
wood-turner; married at Nichols, N. V., 15 Feb. 1866, bv Rev. Seymour 
Epaphroditus Walworth, Methodist Episcopal, to Jenny Wilson, born at 
Nichols, 17 July 1838, dau. of Nelson and Harriet (Leonard) Wilson. 
They settled at Nichols, and were living there in March 1876. He enlisted, 
iG Ap. 1 861, for two years, in 3d Reg , N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; was dis- 
charged in May 1S63; enlisted again in Nov. 1S63, for three years, in 5th 
Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Cavalry; and was discharged at Hart's Island in June 
1S65. His first battle was at Big Bethel, 6 May 1861; he also took part 
in the battles of The Wilderness, Cold Harbor, Ashland Station, North 
Anna, the raid on Southside and Weldon Railroad, Oak Grove, Ream's 
Station, Stony Creek, Stanton River, Charlotteville, Dinwiddie Court 

I House, Five Forks, Flat Creek, Muddy Creek, Weldon Railroad and 
1 Appomattox. He was captured, 26 June 1S64; u ' a s imprisoned at Peters- 
burgh for a few days, and at Libby Prison till 26 July; escaped from the 
cars near Mellen. Ga., while being conveyed to the prison at Andersonville; 
and, after thirty-four days of wandering, reached Sherman's lines at 
Atlanta. He then returned to his regiment, and served with Gen. Sheridan, 
; as orderly, till discharged. 

11073 V. Enoch Slosson Farnham, b. at Owego, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1S42; 
died at Tioga, N. Y., 14 Sept. 1848, and was buried at Candor, N. Y. 



Chil. of Charles and Emeline (Williams) Farnham. 

1 1074 1. Juliet Williams Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 11 July 1S32; 

married at Owego, N. Y., 1 Jan. 1852, by Rev. A. H. Burlingham, Baptist, 
to Anson Silas Sheldon, a farmer, son of Oliver and Phebe (Richardson) 
Sheldon, of Burlington, Vt., where he was born iS May 1824. They dwelt 
at Burlington for two years; at Flemingville, N. Y., twelve years'; then 
settled at Centre Lisle, N. Y, and were still living there in July 1876. 



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II. Helen Maria Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 21 Oct. 1S54; a 
milliner; was living in Franklin Street, Owego, N. V., in June 1876, 
unmarried. 

III. Dclphine Augusta Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 22 March 

1840; married there, 2 Ap. 1 868, in her father's house, by Rev. Samuel 
Johnson, Congregational, to Philip Judd Lacy, of Newark Valley, N. Y., a 
farmer, son of Philip and Alary (Kellogg) Lacy, of Richford, N. Y., where 
he was born in [838. They dwelt at Little Meadows, Penn., four years; 
and then settled at Richford, where they were still living in June 1876. Pie 
was a soldier in the war of 1 86 1. 



Chll. of Charles and Mary Darling (Clark) Farnham. 

IV. Catharine Eugenia Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 24 Nov. 

1843; married in New York City, 2j Feb. 1 S 7 5 . by Rev. Frederick Brown, 
pastor of the Cornell Memorial Church, to Oscar Codloy, a commission- 



merchant ; and settled in Nev 
1876, at 271 East 23d Street. 



York, where the)' were still living in June 



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1 1078 V. Charles Frederick Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 28 Sept. 1845; 
a telegrapher ; married at Burlington. Iowa, 25 Oct. 1870, Ada Mitchell. 
The)' were living at Bushnell, 111., in June 1876, without children. He 
enlisted at Owego, N. Y., 10 Feb. [864, for three years, in the 5th Reg. of 
N. Y. Cavalry ; was captured in June 1864, and imprisoned for five months 
at Andersonville ; was then moved to Thomasville, from which he escaped 
25 Dec. 1864, living in the woods till May 1865; and was discharged at 
New York in June 1865. 

11079 VI. fVSary Emeline Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 2S Sept. 1847; a 
telegrapher; married at Owego, N. Y., 1 June 1873, by Rev. Dwight 
Whitney Marsh, Congregational, to Dwight Carleton, an agent for the sale 

of sewing-machines, son of Edward and (Evans) Carleton, of Tioga, 

where he was born in 1S50. They dwelt at Owego till 1 1 Jan. 1S76; then 
settled at New York City, and were living there in June 1S76. 

1 1080 VII. Catharine Elizabeth Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 23 Ap. 
1850; a teacher; was living with her mother, unmarried, in Ross Street, 
Owego, N. Y., in June 1S76. 

11081 VHP Florence Eveline Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 17 June 1854; 
was living with her mother, at Owego, N. Y., in June 1876. 

1 10S2 IX. William l-!enry Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 4 March 1S57. 

1 1083 X. James Adelhert Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 13 May i860. 



159° Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Hiram and Caroline (Farnham 1 ) Cleason. 

1 1084 I. Albert Cleason, b. at Tioga, X. V., 24 Jan. 1834; has been three 

times married; and dwelt at Harrington, 111., in Oct. 1S77. 

110S4. II. Sarah Amanda Gleason, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 5 March 1835; 
married there, 6 July 185 I, Lyman Beach Foote, a farmer and lumberman, 
son of Jared and Sarah Ann (Scott) Foote, 2 of Tioga, formerly of Franklin, 
N. Y., where he was born 24 March 1S22. They settled at Tioga, and 
were still living there in Oct. 1877. 

11084, HI. Edgar Cleason, b. at Tioga, N. V., 27 May 1836; and lived at 
Louisiana, Mo., in Oct. 1S77. 

1 1084- IV. Henry Gleason, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1S3S; married Helen 
; and lived at Winona Junction, Wis., in Oct. 1877. 

11084^ V. Ezbon Slosson Cleason, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1839; and 
lived at Libertyville, 111, in Oct. 1877. 

110S4. VI. Caroline Amelia Gleason, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1841; 
married Wallace Bulkley; and lived at Libertyville, 111., in Oct. 1877. 

11084. VII. Fidelia Gleason, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 11 March 1843; married 
Aaron Shupc ; and lived at Racine, Wis., in Oct. 1877. 

1 1084^ VIII. John Gleason, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1S45; residence 
unknown. 



Chil. of Frederick Augustus and Agnes Louisa (Barclay) Farnham. 4--4 

1 1085 I. Stephen Jones Farnham, b. at Tioga, X. Y., 7 Sept. 1846; died 
24 Sept. 184S. 

11086 II. Joel Sayer Farnham, b. at Tioga, N. Y., 13 July 1848; a farmer; 181 14 
married at Owego, X. Y., 7 Ap. 1874, Catharine E. Somers, of South 
Owego, X. Y. They were living at Tioga in Oct. 1877. 

110S7 III. Alice Farnham, b. at Tioga, N.Y., 19 Sept. 1850; married at her 1S115 

father's house, 17 Nov. 1871, George Henry Day, a painter, son of William 

'Caroline Farnham, Xo. 4220, died at received in time to appear in their proper position, 

j Tioga, N. V., 17 June 1S67; her husband, on page 756. 

I Hiram Gleasox, a builder, was born at Svra- "See the Foote Genealogy, p. i\\. 
cu=e, X. V., 6 Oct. 1S02. These facts were 'not 



/ Vh itn ey I 7 a m ily. 



i59i 



and Jane (Edwards) Da)-, of Athens, X. V., where he was born 22 May 
1843. They settled at Tioga, and were still living there in July 1S76. 

10SS IV. Elisha Wilson Farnham, b. at Tioga, X. V., 3 Ap. 1S52; a 1 
telegraph-operator; married at Baraboo, Wis., 7 Ap. 1873, Emma Jane 
Dykins. Thev were living at 95 Michigan Street, Milwaukee, Wis., in Oct. 
1S77. 

10S9 V. Herbert Augustus Farnham, b. at Tioga, X.V., 15 Nov. 1854. 

1090 VI. Fvlay Edith Farnham, b. at Tioga, X. V., 20 May 1857. 



Si 16 



Chil. of Wi 



and Matilda (Slosson) Dunhar 



4225 



1 1 09 1 I. William Dunham, b. at Richford, N.Y.; a druggist ; was living at 
Xew York City in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

1 1092 II. Orcelia Dunham, b. at Richford, XV. ; married William Crittenton. 
The)' were living at Morrisania, N. V, in Sept. 1875. 

1 1093 III. Robert Dunham, b. at Richford, N. V.; married, and was living 
at New York City in Sept. 1S75. 



Chil. of John Catlin and Julia Ann (Slosson) Stedman. 

11094 I. Susan Rebecca Stedman, b. at Richford, X. Y., 2 March 1S29; 
died at Unadilla, Mich., unmarried, 15 Oct. 1851, and was buried in 
Unadilla Cemetery. 



4226 



11095 II- Sylvia Maria Stedman, b. at Richford, N. Y., 25 Oct. 1830; 
married at Unadilla, Mich., 17 Xov. 1853, A. E. Wood, son of A. B. and 
Lucy (Warren) Wood; and dwelt at Owosso, Mich., in Oct. 1875. 

1 1096 III. Enos Slosson Stedman, b. at Richford, X.Y., 20 March 1S34; 
a lawyer; enlisted at Unadilla, Mich., in the 26th Reg. of Mich. Vol. 
Infantry, as private; was promoted to be first-sergeant; was captured 
at Petersburgh, Ya., 16 Aug. 1S64; died in prison at Salisbury, N. C, 12 
Dec. 1864, unmarried, and was buried there. 

11097 IV. Ulysses Stedman, b. at Richford, X. Y., 11 Ap. 1836; and was 
living at Chattanooga, Term., in Oct. 1875. 



1S117 



159- Eighth Generation. 

1109S V. John Obadiah Stedman, b. at Richford, N. Y., i; Jan. 1S3S 

and was living at Unadilla, Mich., in Oct. 1 87 5. 



Chil. of Charles Frederick and Charlotte (Slosson) Culver. 

1 1099 I. Caroline Augusta Culver, b. at Elkland, Perm., 12 Oct. 1S30; 

married Samuel Ellison; died at Elkland, 25 Oct. 1855, and was buried 
there. 

moo II. Laura Etta Culver, triplet, b. at Elkland, Perm., 1 June 1833 ; 

died at Elkland, 6 Feb. 1834, and was buried there. 

iiioi III. Henrietta Culver, triplet, b. at Elkland, Penn., 1 June 1S33; 

died at Elkland, 1 May 1S34. and was buried there. 

1 1 102 IV. Rosa Etta Culver, triplet, b. at Elkland, Penn., 1 June 1833; 

died at Elkland, 15 Ap. 1834, and was buried there. 

1 1 103 V. Marion Culver, b. at Elkland. Penn., 23 Aug. 1S34; died at 
Elkland, 25 Jan. 1835, and was buried there. 

1 1 104 VI. Leander Culver, b. at Elkland, Penn., 4 Dec. 1S36; married 
Norma Priest, of Ohio. 

1 1105 VII. Joseph Culver, b. at Elkland, Penn., 1 Dec. 183S. 

1 1 106 VIII. Berenice Culver, b. at Elkland, Penn., 1 Feb. 1841; married 
Samuel Ellison. 

11 107 IX. Charles Frederick Culver, b. at Elkland, Penn., 25 Jan. 1S43. 

1 1 108 X. Enos Slosson Culver, b. at Elkland, Penn., 4 May 1S46; married 
Ceorgiana Butler, of Wisconsin. 

11 109 XI. Ezbon Culver, b at Elkland, Penn., 1 1 Oct. 1848. 



Chil. of Clark and Adeline (Ball) Slosson. S4 22 9 

(4213 

10 I. William Henry Slosson, b. at Lawrenceville, Penn., 23 Oct. 1S32; 

a clerk; was living at 7 Sixth Avenue, New York, in Jul)- 1875, un- 
married. 



Whitney Family. 



59. 



II. Cynthia Matilda Slosson, b. at I. 
1S34; was living at New York City in July iS; 



rencevillc, Penn., 1 Ap. 

unmarried. 



III. Cclia Slosson, b. at Lawrenceville, Penn., 11 July 1835; married 
there, 19 Jan. 1869, by Rev. J. P. Turten, Methodist, to William Henry 
Rice, a lumberman, son of Henry and Leavaria (Griffie) Rice, 1 of Burling- 
ton, Iowa, where he was born 3 Feb. 1840. He enlisted at Burlington in 
1864, as a private, in Co. F, 45th Reg., Iowa Volunteers; was promoted 
to be corporal ; ami served till the close of the war. They were living at 
622 Foster Street, West Hill, Burlington, in Julv 1873. 



; 1 1 3 IV. Josephine Slosson, b. at Lawrenceville, Penn., 3 June 1837; 
married there, 28 June 1839, Charles Nelson Crittenton, a druggist, son of 
Harvey and Phebe (Madison) Crittenton, of Henderson, X. V., where he 
was born 20 Feb. 1833. They settled at New York City; and were still 
living there, at 7 Sixth Avenue, in July 1875. 

[I 14 V. Susan Louisa Slosson, b. at Lawrenceville, Perm., 26 Nov. 
1841; married at 4S Bank Street, New York, 7 July 1868, by Rev. Robert 
G. Ouennell, Episcopal, to Thomas Edwin Delano, a book-keeper, son of 
Thomas and Margaret Emily (Sebring) Delano, oi New York, where he 
was born (at 38 Ann Street) 3 July 1835. They dwelt at Hoboken, N.J., 
for two years; and then moved to New York, where they were still living 
in July 1873. 



18128 



Chil. of Hirom Foote and Sally Ann (Hyde) Mather. 

I. Walter Gibbons Mather, b. at Elbridge, N. Y , G Feb, 1822; and 
died there, 6 Aue. 1823. 



1 1 16 II. Sally Ann Mather, b. at Elbridge, N. Y., 19 Oct. 1824; married, 
in Feb. 1S46, William B. Beeson, a merchant, of Niles, Mich., where she 
died 2 May 1S37. 



[8129 



Chil. of Hiram Foote and Mary Parsons (Cole) fvlather. 

III. Joseph Cole Mather, b. at Elbridge, N. Y., 17 May 1833; 
married in 1S36, at Niles, Mich., Clarissa Lewis, who was born at London, 
Eng., and died at Salt Lake City in 1875, a member of the Prot. Epis. 
Church. They dwelt at Chicago, 111., till Ap. 1S64; at Canon City, New, 
till 3 July 1864; at Atchison, Kansas, and Hannibal and St. Joseph, Mo., 

• David Rice was born on Buffalo Creek, near Henry Rice. His wife was born at Wheeling, 
Rice's Fort, Washington Co., Penn., son of Va. They moved to Burlington, Iowa, in 1S3S. 



4239 
I8I31 



1594 



Eighth Generation. 



1119 



till Dec. [868; at Omaha, Neb., till 1871; and then settled at Salt Lake 
City, where he was still living in Oct. 1S75, as agent of the Omaha Smelting 
and Refining Company. 

IV. Laura Hannah Mather, b. at Elbridge, NY., 3 May 1835; 
married in US56, at Niles, Mich., Ceorgo MoClure Welles, a merchant, of 
Niles, where they continued to reside till her death, 5 Feb. 1865. He was 
then a captain in a regiment of Michigan Cavalry. They were members 
of the Presbyterian Church. He was living at Great Bend, Kansas, in Oct. 
1S75. having married a second time. 

V. David Hyde Mather, b. at Elbridge, N. Y., 2 Oct. 1837; grad. at 
Williams College in 1S59; a lawyer; was living in Oct. 1S75, unmarried. 

VI. Ralph Taylor Mather, b. at Elbridge, N. Y., 13 March 1840; _a 
merchant; passed several years in California and Nevada; and settled, in 
Ap. 1 866, at Atchison, Kansas, where he died, unmarried, 23 Aug. 1S68. 
He was buried at Niles, Mich. 



1 1 1 23 



VII. Mary Amanda Mather, b. at Elbridge, N. Y., 25 Jan. 1842; 
: married at Chicago, 111., 17 Sept. 1863, Lewis Hunt, a dealer in leather, son 

of Thomas Merrick and Sarah (Mills) Hunt,' of Auburn, N. Y., where he 
was born 12 Nov. 1S39. They settled at Janesville, Wis.; and were still 
living there in Oct. 1S75, members of the Congregational Church. He 
was then secretary of the Green Bay Hide and Leather Co., of Janesville. 

VIII. Caroline Altie Mather, b. at Elbridge, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1843 ; 
died unmarried, 30 Dec. 1866, at Janesville, Wis., while visiting her sister; 
and was buried at Niles, Mich. 

IX. John Steward Mather, b. at Niles, Mich., 2 Oct. 1S45 ; a mine- 
\ operator ; has travelled extensively in the United States, British North 

America and Alaska, from Jan. 1864 to Oct. 1874; then settled at Verdi, 
Nevada, where he was still living in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 

N. Frances Chioe Mather, b. at Niles, Mich., 3 Oct. 1848; died in 
her uncle's house at Albion, N. Y., 19 March 1869, and was buried at 
Albion. 



125 



Chit, of Dan Hyde and Frances Maria (Elliott) Cole. 

I. Mary Jane Cole, b. at Albion, N. Y., 27 June 1S41 ; and was living 

there in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

■ Sec the Hunt Genealogy, p. 19S. 



Whitnev Family 



1 595 



1126 II. Joseph Cole, b. 

Williams College, and a 
unmarrried. 



X. Y., 9 Jan. 1848; a graduate of 
is living at Albion in Sept. 1875, 



III. Dan Hyde Cole, b. at Albion, X. Y., 2 Feb. 1851; a salesman; 
married at Albion, 13 May 1873, Mary Flintham, of the same place, born 
at St. Louis, Mo., 16 Nov. 1852, dau. of John and Maria Harding (Stevens) 
Flintham. 1 They settled at Albion, and were still living there in Sept. 
I87S. 



18136 



Chil. of Augustus and Cornelia (Hart) Kellogg. 

11 128 I. Louisa Emily KeMogg, b. at Skaneateles, X. V., 27 July 1828; 
died at Skaneateles, 12 Jan. 1830, and was buried there. 

1 1 129 II. Augustus Converse Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, N. V., 2 Nov. 
1830; grad. at Williams College; married Mary L. Wooclworth ; died at 
New York City in March i860, and was buried at Buffalo, X. Y. 



Chil. of Augustus Lawrence and Mary Ann (K< 



;) Converse. 



1 1 130 I. Mary Elizabeth Converse, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 26 Nov. 

1825; died 14 Dec. 1826, and was buried at Syracuse, X. Y. 

11131 II. Catharine Kellogg Converse, b. at Stateburgh, S. C, 3 July 
1827; married there, 2 May 1S44, by the Kt. Rev. Christopher G. Gads- 
den, Protestant Episcopal, to John Napoleon Frierson, a planter, son of 
John James and Julia Finetta (Vaughn) Frierson, of Stateburgh, where he 
was born 21 Feb. 1818. They settled at Stateburgh, and were still living 
there in Aug. 1876. He was a graduate of the College of South Carolina; 
has been a member of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, and 
a Senator of South Carolina; and was persistently opposed to the secession 
and rebellion of the Southern States. Since the war of 1861, he has been 
the conservative candidate for Congress, in the First Congressional District 
of South Carolina, but was defeated. 



■John Flintham, whose father w 
byshire, Knu'.. married Maria Han 
of Knowlesville, N. V. He was 
saddlery-hardware, at St. LouU, M 



4246 



4247 



8137 



596 Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of John and Lucy (Coburn) Kellogg. 4248 

1 1 132 I. Mary Emma Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, X. Y., 5 Sept. 1S3S. 

1 1 133 II. Daniel W. Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, N. V., 12 June 1840; 

married there, 31 Jan. 1862, Mary Talcott Shotwell, dau. of Walter Fox 
and Sarah Elizabeth (Talcott) Shotwell, of Skaneateles, where she was 
born 22 July 1843. She died at Skaneateles, 12 Oct. 1862, and was buried 
there. He was living at Covington, Ky., in Sept. 1875, engaged in the 
American Express business at Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Chil. of John and Paulina (Wood) Kellogg. 4-4^ 



1 1 134 III. Caroline Wood Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 2 June 1849. 

1 1 135 IV. John L. Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles. N. Y., 2 Aug. 1853; was 

living at Davenport, Iowa, in Sept. 1S75, unmarried; and was then general 
freight and ticket agent ot" the Davenport and St. Paul Railroad. 

1 1 136 V. Mary Helen Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, X. Y., 14 Jan. 1856. 

1 1 137 VI. William Wood Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, X. Y., 9 Sept. 185S. 

1 1 138 VII. Jenny Louise Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, X. Y., 19 Sept. 1S64. 

11139 ' VIII. Augustus Kellogg, twin, b at Skaneateles, X. Y., 22 May 
1 1869; died aged three months. 

1 1 140 IX. Joseph Kellogg, twin, b. at Skaneateles, X. Y., 22 May 1S69; 

died aged three months. 



Child of David Augustus and Maria (Kellogg) Comstock. 

1 141 I. Daniel Kellogg Comstock, b. at New York City, 23 May 1S36; 

and was living at Brooklyn, X. Y., in Sept. 1S75. 



Chil. of Ceorge Fleming and Catharine (Kellogg) Leitch. 

: 1 1 142 I. Daniel Kellogg Leitch, b. at Skaneateles, X.Y., 28 Sept. 1834; a 

lawyer; grad. at Union College in 1S5S, and at the Albany Law School in 
1S60; married at Skaneateles, 31 Jan. 1867, by Rev. Marcus V. Preston, 
Presbvterian, to Lavinia Isbell, dau. of Charles Bela and Harriet Belden 



// liitnev Family. 



1 597 



(Woodruff) Isbell. They settled at Skaneateles ; and were living there in 
Sept. 1875. 

143 II. Laura Kellogg Leitch, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1837; 
died at Skaneateles, 24 July 185 1, and was buried there. 

144 III. George Fleming Leitch, b at Skaneateles, N. Y., 25 Ap. 1S43; 
was living at 439 East Tenth Street, New York, in Sept. 1875. 

145 ! IV. Catharine Williams Leitch, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 10 Nov. 

1845; died at Skaneateles, 12 Nov. [S6l, and was buried there. 

146 ' V. David Kellogg Leitch, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1848; 

and was living there in Sept. 1S75, unmarried. He served as first-lieut. of 
Co. K, i92d Reg., N.Y. S. Vol. Infantry, during the war of 1861. 



1 114/ 



VI. Lawrence Leitch, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 8 Nc 
Skaneateles, 17 Feb. 1862, and was buried there. 



1 85 1 ; died at 



Chil. of Daniel and Ellen Maria (Cole) Kellogg. 

11148 I. Laura Maria Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 26 Sept. 1853; 

1 and was living there in Sept. 1875, unmarried. 

i * 

1 1 149; II. Andrew Hyde Keilogg, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 16 Aug. 1855 ; 
and was living there in Sept. 1875. 

1 1 150 III. Thomas Cole Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 8 Ap. 1858. 

1 1 15 1 IV. Walter Hyde Kellogg, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 28 Ap. i860. 



4252 



Chil. of David Hyde and Harriet Kewell (Kellogg) Kellogg. 

I. David Hyde Kellogg, b. 3 Oct. 1853. 

II. Anne Grace Kellogg, b. 1 June 1S56. 



42 53 



Chil. of Norman and Sarah (Stanley) Miles. 

1 1 54 I Sarah Ann Miles, is dead. 

1 1 55 II. Charles Miles, is dead. 



4261 



'5 



Eisrh th Gen ci 'a Hon . 



1 1 156 III. Mary Miles, married 
ville, Wis., in July 1S75. 



Clark; and was living at Aurora- 18 145 



1 1 157 IV. Edwin Miles, a grocer; lived at 56 Sevmour Street, Syracuse, 

N. Y., in July 1S75. 

II15S V. George Miles, lived in California in July 1S75. 



Chil. of Adin and Annice (Miles) Howe. 4262 

1 159 1.. Ferry Miles Howe, b. at Apulia, N. .Y., 4 June 1815; died at 
Apulia, 27 Aug. 1815, and was buried there. 

1 160 II. Annice Maria Howe, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1S16; and was 
living there, unmarried, in July 1875. 

1161 III. Elijah Miles Howe, b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 8 Feb. 1820; a 18149 
farmer; married at.Groton, X. Y., 1 Jan. 1846, by Rev. Spencer M. Rice, 

! Methodist, to Laura Mason Pennoyer, dau. of Joseph and Anah (Mason) 
Pennoyer, of Groton, where she was born 4 Sept. 1823. They dwelt at 

I Fabius, N. Y., for four years; at Locke, N. Y., six years; at Groton, 
eighteen years; and then moved to Cortland Village, N. Y., where they 
were still living in July 1S75. I le was an assessor, in Groton, for nine years. 



1 163 



IV. Lucy Jane Howe, b. at Onondaga, N.Y., 18 July 1823 ; married 
Davis Beamer Lord, a farmer, born at Pompey, N. Y., 16 Feb. 1818; and 
settled at Baldwinsville, X. Y., where they were still living in Jul)- 1875. 



V. Sarah Minerva 

married at Apulia, N.Y., 



b. at Onondaga, N. Y., 10 May 1825; 
[ 848, in the First Congregational Church, 



Howe, 

o Sept. 
by its pastor, Rev. B. F. Bradford, to Addison Pennoyer, a farmer, son of 
Silas and Hadassah (Clapp) Pennoyer, of Fabius, N.Y., where he was born 
21 Sept. 1825. They settled in Fabius, a half-mile south of the village of 
Apulia, to which they moved in March 1S65 ; and were living there in July 
1875, in the house which her grandfather, Elijah Miles, built and occupied. 



Chil. of Stephen and Betsey (Gilbert) Miles. 

1 1 164 I. Gilbert Stephen Miles, b. at Apulia, X.Y.; served in the Mexican 

I war till his death, at Puebla, 1 Aug. 1S47, in the 22d year of his age; un- 
married. 



4263 



Whitney Family 



1 599 



[65 II. Philo Miles, b. at Apulia, N. Y.; married Cornelia Snow, adopted 
dan. of Seneca L. and Arvilla Snow, of Becket, Mass. She died 7 July 
1851, aged 24 years. He was living in California in July 1875. 



Chil. of Richmond and Lucy (Miles) Hackett. 



4265 



I. Miles Burghardt Hackett, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 15 Nov. 1S26; a 
merchant; married at Tully, N.V., I Jan. 185 I, Lucy Mandana Trowbridge, 
dau. of Hiram and Anna Patterson (Cone) Trowbridge, of Preble, N. Y., 
where she was born 11 Feb. 1834. They dwelt at Apulia for twenty-five 
years; and then moved to Newark, N. Y., where they were still living in 
Sept. 1875. He has been a justice of the peace, supervisor, and (in 1SG9) 
a member of the Assembly of the State of New York. 



18163 



167 II. Mary Eleanor Hackett, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 12 Ai 
at Apulia, 5 Aug. 1831, and was buried there. 



1S29; died 



III. Adin Howe Hackett, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 4 Oct. 1S32 ; a book- 
keeper; married at Scat, X. Y., 10 March 1S61, by Rev. J. Bennett Clark, 
Seventh Day Baptist, to Emma Vastine Babcock, dau. of Silas and Mary 
(Vosburgh) Babcock, of Scott, where she was born 26 Jan. 1843. After 
dwelling at Scott, at Sacramento, Cal., at Cortland Village, N. Y., and at 
Orange, N. Y., the)- settled at Warsaw, Mo.; and were still living there in 
Oct. 1875. 



18165 



169 IV. John Giles Hackett, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 21 July 1836; died at 
Apulia, 27 Nov. 1842, and was buried there. 

170 V. Annice Amelia Hackett, twin, b. at Apulia, N.Y., 31 Jan. 1839; 
died at Apulia, 19 Nov. 1839, and was buried there. 

171 VI. Sarah Adelia Hackett, twin, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1839; 
died at Apulia, 15 Feb. 1839, and was buried there. 



VII. Mary Ellen Hackett, b. at Apulia, N.Y., 16 Feb. 1842; married 
at Monterey, in Orange, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1870, by Rev. Charles Chapman, 
Presbyterian, to William Judson Humiston, a merchant, son of Mark B. 
and Sarah (Bassett) Humiston, of Monterey. He was born at North 
Fgremont, Mass., in Feb. 1833. They settled at Monterey; and were still 
living there in Sept. 1875, without children. He has been postmaster at 
Orange since Sept. 1868. 



i6oo 



11173 



jSzf/i th ( icn era Hon . 



Chil. of Edwin and Julia (Powell) Miles. 426G 

I. Cornelia Elizabeth Miles, b. at Skancateles, N. Y., 22 July 1828; 
married at Apulia, N. Y., 12 June 1S50, James Hervey Woodford, a 
merchant, born at Pompey, N. Y., in 1S26, son of Hervey M. and Candace 
(Reach) Woodf.nl. They settled at Canastota, N. Y., and there she died, 
without children, 20 Feb. 1S51. She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, 
Syracuse, N. Y. He was living at Canastota in Aug. 1S75. 



1 1 174 II. Frances Amelia Miles, 

and was living with her mother, 1 
Syracuse, X. Y, in Aug. 1875. 



b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 7 Aug. 1831; 
nmarried, at 147 West Genesee Street, 



75 111. Marcus Milton Miles, b. at Fabius, N. Y., 8 Jan. 1837; a 

lawyer, editor and publisher; married at Homer, N. Y., 18 June 1S62, 
Josephine Ella Shedd, dau. of Oliver and Mary Ann (Mathews) Shedd, of 
Homer. She was born at Truxton, N.Y., 7 Ap. 1839; and was living 
with her mother-in-law, at 147 West Genesee Street, Syracuse, N. Y., in 
Aug. 1875. He studied law at Utica, N. Y.; practised, for a short time, 
at Syracuse; was, for several months, deputy county-clerk of Onondaga 
County; and, 1 Feb. 1S62, entered the establishment of the Syracuse Daily 
Journal, as joint proprietor with J. G. K. Truair and Carroll E. Smith. 
He died at Syracuse, 31 July 1S64; was buried at Homer, N. Y.; and, 
after the burial of his father, was removed to Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse. 

[j6 IV. Edward Elijah Miles, b. at Fabius, N.Y.,i6June 1841; was 

educated at The New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and 
Dumb; and resided with his mother, unmarried, at 147 West Genesee 
Street, Syracuse, N. Y., in July 1875. 



Child of John Perry and Abigail (Gardner) Miles. 



4267 



1 1 177 I. Mary Clarissa Miles, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 3 March 1836 ; died 13 

Jan. 1865, unmarried, and was buried near her parents, in Apulia Cemetery. 
She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, and "a devoted Christian." 



Chil. of Jacob and Sally (Miles) Van Houten. 



4268 



1 178 I. Mary Augusta Van Houten, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1S169 

1832; married in her uncle's house, at St. Clair, Mich., 15 Oct. i860, 
Miles Norman Rouse, a farmer, born at Jamesville, in De Witt, N.Y., 17 



Wliitucx Family 



Ap. 1831, son of Darius Albeit and Deborah Bradley (Merrick) Rouse. 
, They settled, in 1862, at East Saginaw, Mich.; and were still living there 
1 in March 1 S76. 

179 II. Henry Kelson Van Houten, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 1 3 July 
1834; was drowned, while fishing in the River St. Clair, 4 Sept. 1847, and 
was buried at St. Clair, Mich. 



I 60 I 



Chil. of Marcus Hart and Maria Catharine (Partridge) Miles. 



4269 



180 



II182 



I. Edwin Chamberlin Miles, b. at St. Clair, Mich., 31 Aug. 1841; 
entered the army, 19 Ap. 1861, as a corporal in the 5th Reg. of Mich. 
Vol. Infantry; promoted to be second-lieut, 13 Dec. 1 S62 ; first-Iieut. 
in nth Reg. of Mich. Vol. Cavalry, 21 Sept. 1863; captain in the same 
regiment, 3 Aug. 1S63; and was mustered out of service 10 Aug. 1S65. As 
corporal and sergeant of the 5th Infantry, he took part in the battle of 
Pohick Church, the siege of Yorktown, the battles of Williamsburgh, 
Malvern Hill, Chantilly, second Bull Run, Grovetown and Fredericksbnrgh. 
As second lieutenant, in command of a company, he was present at The 
Cedars, Chancellorsville, Gettysburgh, Wapping Heights and Auburn 
Heights. While in the 1 lth Cavalry, he was most of the time attached to 
Stoneman's Cavalry Corps; and, either in command of his company, or 
commanding a battalion, participated in eleven engagements and fifty 
skirmishes, in Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ten- 
nessee and Georgia, and was never wounded. He was living at St. Clair 
in Aug. 1875, unmarried 



II. Ellen Maria Miles, b. at St. Clair, Mic 
. St. Clair, 21 Oct. 1S54, and was buried there. 



,i May 1844; died at 



III. Timothy Partridge P^iiles, b. at St. Clair, Mich., 2S July 184G; 
married at Memphis, Mich., S Dec. 1872, Sarah Louisa Hungerfbrd, who 
was born at Florence, C. \V., 3 Feb. 1S51, dau. of Joseph Burchard 1 and 
Margaret (Echlin) Hungerford. They settled at St. Clair, and were still 
living there in Aug. 1S75. He was mustered into service, 3 Sept. 1863, in 
the 1 1 th Reg. of Mich. Vol. Cavalry; was on detached service, as quarter- 
master's clerk, till 8 June 1S64, despatch-carrier till 10 Aug. 1865, and 
post ordnance-sergeant at Pulaski, Tenn.; and was mustered out at the 
latter place, 25 Sept. 1865, having taken part in eleven battles in Virginia, 

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North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. He was elected, 
in May 1S67, one of the secretaries of the Michigan Constitutional Con- 
vention ; served during the session ; and was appointed cleric and cashier 
in the post-office at St. Clair in 1S69, which position he still held in Aug. 
1875. 



IV. Emma Minerva Miles, b. at St. Clair 
as living there in Aug. 1873, unmarried. 



Mich. 



Chil. of Hendrick and Mary (Rees) Bresee. 



4270 



i i 183 I. Isaac Miles Bresee, b. at Sherburne, N. V., 16 Jan. 1S24; a 

farmer; married at De Ruyter, N. V., 15 Jan. 1865, by Rev. A. G. Clark, 
Universalist, to Esther Almeda Franklin, dau of Aaron and Hannah (Coy) 
Franklin, of Smyrna, N. Y. She was born at Preston, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1842. 
They settled at Sherburne, and were still living there in July 1875. 

1 1 184 II. Mary Lucretia Bresee, b. at Sherburne, N. Y., 27 Sept. 1825; 

married there, 7 Oct. 1 846, by Rev. David Taylor, Baptist, to George 

Kaszard Champlin, a farmer and fruit-grower, son of George Haszard and 

I Amy Sherman (Haszard) Champlin, of Rome, N. Y. He was born at 

i Charlestown, R. I., 22 Feb. 1823. They settled at Rome; where she died, 

19 May 1875, and was buried in Rome Cemetery. He was living at Rome 



III. Martha Ann Bresee, b. at Sherburne, X. Y., 4 Dec. 1S27; 
married there, 23 Dec. 1867, by Rev. Heman S. Jones, Baptist, to George 
William Jaquins, a carpenter, son of William C. and Lois (Parkhurst) 
Jaquins, of Lebanon, X. Y. He was born at Sherburne, 13 March 1830. 
They dwelt at Lebanon till Ap. 1S72 ; at Sherburne till 5 Dec. 1872 ; then 
moved to Smyrna, X. Y., and were still living there in July 1873, without 
children. 

IV. Rachel Melinda Bresee, b. at Sherburne, X. Y., 8 June 1S30; 
married there, 19 Sept. 1835, by Rev. S. C. Ainsworth, Baptist, to Russel 
Wilcox Harrington, a farmer, son of Stephen and Abigail (Sheldon) Har- 
rington, of Sherburne, where he was born 13 Jan. 1822. They settled at 
Sherburne, and were still living tiiere in July 1873, without children. 



1 1 187 



V. Juclson Wade Bresee, b. at Sherburne, X. Y., 2 June 1833; 
died at Sherburne, 10 Dec. 1S47, and was buried there. 



Whitney Family. 1603 

Chil. of Isaac Miles and Lucretia (Cogswell) Rees. 4-7' 

I Mary Ann Rees, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 25 Dee. [822; 18179 
married there, I May 1845, in her father's house, Nnhum Hollis Stowell, a 
merchant and broker, son of Nahum Stowell, of Huntington, Mass. They 
dwelt at Wales, Mass., four years ; at West Stockbridge, six years ; and at 
Albany, N. Y., five years. She died at West Stockbridge, 14 Feb. 1868, 
and was buried there. He was living at New York City in Oct. 1873. 



1 1 189 



II. Charles Elisha Rees, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 19 March 
826; a miller; was living there in Oct. 1875, unmarried. 



[191 

1 194 



III. Catharine rVSeiinda Rees, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 26 
June 1830; died there, 24 Aug. 1845, and was buried in West Stockbridge 
Cemetery. 

IV to VI. Three daughters, b. in 1835 ; all died at birth. 

VII. Lucretia Matilda Rees, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 2y June 

1 841; married there, 18 May 1864, in her father's house, Lawrence Moflfatt, 
of Albany, N. Y., a merchant and miller, born at Lysander, N. Y., 3 Feb. 
1834, son of Charles Austin and Margaret Ackerson (Betts) Moffatt. 
They settled at West Stockbridge, and were still living there in Oct. 1S75. 



Chil. of Nathan and Lucy Minerva (Rees) Shaw. 

I. Harriet Jewell Shaw, b. at West Stockbridge Centre, Mass., 9 
July 1S22; died at West Stockbridge, 20 Dec. 1842, and was buried there. 



[96 



I2 4 



Shaw, a son, b. at West Stockbr 

died on the same day. 



Centre, Mass., in Nov. 



197 j III. Charles Henry Shaw, b. at West Stockbridge Centre, Mass., 1 
Nov. .^25; a merchant and farmer; married at her father's house, 20 Ap. 
: 1847, ' s second cousin, Adeline Arnold, dan. of Samuel and Rachel 
(Boughton) Arnold, and g. dau. of Asa and Catharine (Rees) Boughton 
and of Samuel and Anna (Rice) Arnold, of West Stockbridge, where she 
was born 20 Oct. 1S23. 1 They dwelt in New York City till June 1873; 
and then settled at West Stockbridge, where they were still living in Nov. 
1875, without children. 



Josiah Ar 



East Haddam, Conn., 29 Aug.. 1745. 



4273 



1604 High th Generation. 



198 IV. Nathan IViiies Shaw, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 26 Ap. 18186 

1829; a merchant; married at her father's house, 17 Dec. 1S50, Asenath 
Arnold, born at West Stockbridge, dau. of Samuel and Rachel (Boughton) 
Arnold. They settled at Jersey City-, N. J.; and were still living there in 
Nov. 1875, at 131 Grove Street. His business was at the corner of Green- 
wich and Warren Streets. New York. 

[99 V. John Lewis Shaw, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 25 June 1832; 18187 

a civil engineer; married at Syracuse, N. Y., Maria Louisa Bradley, dau. of 
Joseph Bradley, of Syracuse, where she was born. They were living at 
Grand Rapids, Mich., in Now 1875. He was then executive member of 
the Board of Public Works, of that city. 

>oo VI. Walter Cay Shaw, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 14 July 1S35; 
and died at the same place, 6 Sept. 1835. 



VII. Martha Lucretia Shaw, b. at Washington, Mass., 28 Nov. 
1S36; a teacher; was living with her mother, at West Stockbridge, Mass. 
in Nov. i87v 



Chil. of John and Fidelia (Sackett) F.'ees. 4274 

202 I. Dudley Leavett Rees, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 30 Sept. 

1836; a farmer; married at her father's house, 27 Aug. 1S67, Elizabeth 
Eleonore Shufelt, dau. of John T. and Elizabeth Ann (Schermerhorn) 
Shufelt, of Chatham Four Corners, N. Y., where she was born 22 March 
1S49. They dwelt at Chatham for six years; at New York City one and 
a half years; and, in Ap. 1875, settled at West Stockbridge, where they 
were still living in Oct. 1875, without children. 

?03 II. Aaron Harvey Rees, b. at Canaan, N.Y., 29 Dec. 1838; a farmer; 18188 

married at her father's house, near Chatham Four Corners, N. Y., S June 
1867, Ella Mary Rogers, bum at Chatham, N. Y., 16 Sept. 184S, dau. of 
Addison and Celestia Antoinette (Peters) Rogers. They dwelt at Chatham 
Village till Ap. 1875; then moved to West Stockbridge, Mass., and were 
still living there in Oct. 1875. 

>c>4 III. John Elmore Rees, b. at Canaan, N. Y, 24 July 1S42; a 18192 

railway-conductor; married at Greenpoint, L. I., 25 Oct. r8/l, Lotty 
Augusta Bachman, born at Hudson, N. Y., in March 1852, dau. of Allen 
and Pauline (Heath) Bachman. They were living at Babylon, L. I., in 
Oct. 1 87 5. 

?05 IV. Isaac Sackett Rees, b. at Watervliet, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1850; a 



Whitney hamilv 



1605 



farmer; was living with his parents, at West Stockbridge, Mass., in Oct. 
1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of Darius Andrew and Mary Elizabeth (Stevens) Rees. 

I. Lewis Andrew Rees, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 21 Ap. 
1836; a farmer; was living at La Forte, Ind., in Jul}' 1875, unmarried. 

II. Isaac Charles [?ees, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 7 Dec. 1838; 
a railroad-conductor; married at Joliet, 111., 3 Dec. 1 SG4, Harriet Mosier, 
dau. of Louis and Felicita (Berger) Mosicr, of West Stockbridge. She was 
born at Watertown, N. V., 2 May 1S43. They settled at Joliet, and were 
living there in July 1875. He enlisted at Chicago, 111., 13 Sept. 1861, in 
Co. C, 39th Reg., 111. Volunteers, for three years; and was discharged in 
front of Petersburgh, Ya , 13 Sept. 1864. 

III. Albert IVJiles Rees, b. at West Stockbridge, Mass., 25 Aug. 
1841; died unmarried, 1 1 Oct. 1866, at Joliet, 111., and was buried there, in 
Oakwood Cemetery. 



18194 



IV. F^ary Lucretia Rees, b. at Joli 

living there in Jul}' 1875, unmarried. 



111., 26 July 1854 



Chil. of Darius Andrew and Marah Oliva (Kent) Rees. 

11211 V. Henry Fayette Rees, b. at Joliet, 111., 2 Sept. 1863. 

1 1212 VI. Nettie May Rees, b. at Joliet, 111., 6 Dec. 1864; died at Joliet, 
16 Oct. 1865, and was buried there, in Oakwood Cemetery. 



Chil. of Joseph and Electa (Rees) Benedict. 42S3 

11213 I- Eliza Ann Benedict, b. at Sherburne, N. V , 5 Jul}' 1823 ; married 18198 
at Trinity- Church, Utica, N. V., by the rector. Rev. i'eter Alexis Proal, 
D.D., to Abel Lewis Woodruff, a dealer in wood, son of James and Lucina 
(Gridley) Woodruff, of Pompey, X. Y., where he was born 5 Feb. 1817. 
They dwelt at Chaumont, N. Y., for about three years; then moved to 
Utica, and were still living there, at 10 Hotel Street, in Jul}' 1875. 

112:4 Ik Julia Maria Benedict, b. at Canastota, X. Y., 18 July 1825; 18204 



1606 Eighth Generation. 

married at Utica, N. V., 4 }av.. 1S47, by Rev. Peter Alexis Proal, Pro- 
testant Episcopal, to Truman Kilborn Church, an accountant, son of Joshua 
and Celina (Mallory) Church, of Utica, where he was born. They dwelt at 
Utica till 1S62, and at Alexandria, Va., till 15 Nov.. 1 87 1 ; then settled at 
Washington, D. C, and were still living there in Oct. 1875. Me was 
captain and quartermaster during- the war of l86l, and served for three 
years on the staff of the military governor of Alexandria. 

1 1215 III. Amy Lucretia Benedict, b. at Oneida Lake, in Lenox, N. Y., 

22 June 1827; married at Utica, N. V., 27 Aug. 1S44, by Rev. P. A. 
Proal, D.D., Protestant Episcopal, to George Westcott, a dealer in hats 
and furs, son of George and Asenath (Palmer) Westcott, of Eaton, N. V., 
where he was born 3 Ap. 1S13. They settled at Utica, and were still living 
there in Aug. 1875. 

1 1216 IV. Joseph Benedict, b. at Sherburne, N. Y., 2 March 1835; died 
at Utica, N. Y., 20 Oct. 1838, and was buried there, in Eorest Hill Ceme- 
tery. 

11217 V. Joseph Melville Benedict, b. at Utica, N. Y., 26 Feb. 1842 ; 
grad. at Union College in 1866; studied theology at Berkeley Divinity 
School, Middletown, Conn.; was ordained deacon, 6 June 1869, at Calvary 
Church, Utica, by Bishop Huntington; and was living at Utica in June 
1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of William Hartt a,nd Phebe Louise (Barnes) Reese. 

1 121 8 I. Lodovicus Weld Reese, b. at Fabius, N. Y., 20 May 1830; died 
at Utica, N. Y., 11 Nov. 1866, unmarried, and was buried in Canastota 
Cemetery. 

11219 II. John Elihu Reeso, b. at Truxton, N. Y., 24 Ap. 1832; married, 
I Feb. 1S59, Mary Adelaide Roach; died at Canastota, N. Y., 29 May 
1S69, and was buried there. She was living- at Watkins, N. Y in Tulv ' 
.S 75 . 



III. William F. Reese, b. in Onondaga Co., N. Y., 18 July 1835; 
married near Utica, N. Y., 25 May 1S70, Frances E. Baker. They were 
living at Utica in July 1875. 

! 

IV. Chauncey Barnes Reese, b. at Canastota, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1837 ; 
married at Fortress Monroe, Va., 15 Ap. 1S68, Mary Isabella Courtenay! 



// liitnev Family 



1607 



He died of yellow fever, at Mobile, Ala., 22 Sept. 1S70, and was buried at 
Canastota. She was living at Wilmington, Del., in July 1S75. 
The following order gives some of his history: 

"General Orders, No. 5. 

Headquarters, Corps of 1 
Washington, D. C, Sept. 
It has become the painful duty of the Brigadier Genen 
to announce to the Corps 
Major Chauncey B. 



-.Nt.lNl EKS, 
29, 1S7O. 

Commanding 

)f Engineers the death of a brother officer, 
Reese, Bvt. Brig. Gen. I'. S. Army, who died of 
vellow fever at Mobile, Ala., on the 22A instant Major Reese was grad- 
uated at the Military Academy on the 1st of July 1S59, promoted to be a 
2nd Lieut, of engineers, Feb. 20, 1 861, and advancing through the grades 
of 1st Lieutenant and Captain, was promoted to the rank of Major, March 
7, 1S67. During the late war he was made Major, Lieutenant Colonel, 
and Colonel, by brevet, for gallant and distinguished services during the 
campaign th 



the 1 



jgh Georgia; and was made a Brigadier General, by brevet, 
ith of March 1865, 'for faithful and meritorious services during 



the campaign in Georgia and the Carolinas.' By his death the Corps of 
Engineers has lost an officer distinguished for his intelligence, his conduct, 
and his earnest devotion to duty. As a testimonial of respect for the 
deceased, the officers of the Corps will wear the usual badge of mourning 
for thirty days. By the command of Brig. Gen. Humphrey. 

1. B. WHEELER, Major of Engineers." 



V. Judson Benedict Reese, b at Lenox, N.Y., 
at Canastota, N. V., 16 Ap. 1S57, and was buried there. 



. S40; died 



Child of Uri and Sylvia Mary (Rees) McConegal. 

I. Emily Rees rtfcC^onegal, b. at Fabius, N. V., 27 Ap. 183 1; mar- 
ried at Apulia, X. Y., 5 Sept. 1S49, John Vail, a farmer, son of David and 
Catharine (Potter) Vail, of Tully, X. V. He was born at Syracuse, X. Y., 
27 March 1827. They dwelt at Tully, at Apulia, at Jordan, X. Y., and at 
Denver, Colorado; and settled, in Nov. 1875, at Canastota, X V., which 
was still their home in Jan. 1S76. 



42S5 



Chil. of Augustus and Emily Jerusha (Rees) Judson. 

»4 1. Henry Judson. 
>5 II Fanny Judson. 



4287 



i6oS 



Eighth Generation. 






Chil. of Miles and Eunice (Penfleld) Joy. 

I. John Ogden Joy, b. at Albany, N. V., 17 May iS 

Sept. 1842, and rests in Erie Cemetery, at Erie, Penn 



4288 



1227 II. Frances Joy, b. at Albany, N. Y., 31 July 1840; died there, 16 

Sept. 1S42, and rests in Erie Cemetery, at Erie, Penn 



1 1228 III. Thacldeus rVJiles Joy, b. at Albany, N. Y., 25 Eeb. 1843; an 

accountant ; enlisted at Buffalo, X. \\, 1 1 Sept. 1862, as a private in 27th 
N. V. Independent Battery of Light Artillery, and served till the end of 
the war, with the oth Army Corps in the Army of the Potomac, taking 
part in most of the battles in which that corps was engaged, and holding 
the position of sergeant most of the time ; and was discharged at Fort 
Porter, Buffalo, in July 1865. Me married at Adrian, Mich., 5 Dec. 1873, 

in her mother's house, Sarah Amelia Hutciiins, dan. of and Judith 

(Merrick) Hutchins. They moved to Buffalo in May 1874, and were living 
there, at 70 Delaware Street, in July 1875. 



1 1229 IV. Juiia Webster Joy, b. at Erie, Penn., 8 Feb. 1848; died 3 Feb. 

1850, and was buried in Erie Cemetery. 



Child of Walter and Jane Ellen (RadclifT) Joy. 

1230 I. Lewis Beers Joy, b. at 38 Delaware Street, Buffalo, X. Y, 2S 

Nov. 1833; married at St. Paul's Church, Buffalo, 2 March 1858, by the 
; rector, Rev. Dr. Shelton, to Catharine Palmer, dau. of Alanson and Julia 
\ (Matteson) Palmer, of Buffalo, where she was born 6 Oct. 1S37. She died 
I at 26 Delaware Street, Buffalo, 23 July 1861, and was buried in Forest 
Lawn Cemetery. He was married (2d), iS .March 1863, at 960 Delaware- 
Street, Buffalo, by Rev. Dr. Shelton, to Emma Curtis Stephenson, dau. of 
Thomas and Sinai (Matteson) Stephenson, of Buffalo, where she was born 
1 1 Sept. 1840. She died at 10S0 Delaware Street, Buffalo, 20 March 1869, 
and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery. He was married (3d), 14 Ap. 
1874, at St. Thomas' Church, Bath, N. Y., by the rector, Rev. D. R. 
1 Howard, D. D., to Caroline Dudley Bull, dau. of William Howell and 
Sarah Upton (Whiting) Bull, of Bath, where she was born 24 Sept. 1 S 37. 
JThey were living at 3} Irving Place, Buffalo, in July 1S75. He was then 
an agent of the Empire Railroad Company. 



4289 



Whitney Family. 1609 





Chil. of Ceorge Buol and Hannah (Joy) Webster. 4-9' 

i 1230. I. Thackleus Joy Webster, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1836; died 
28 July 1S37. 

1 [2301 II. Hannah Joy Webster, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 17 March 1838 ; mar- 1S225 
ried there, 8 Sept. 185S, John Curtis Stephenson. 

11230c III. Jane Radcliffe Webster, b. at Buffalo, X. Y., 5 Sept. 1839; 18234 
married there, 10 Oct. 1S61, Edwin Sprague Dann. They lived at Buffalo 
in Dec. 1877. 

11230- IV. Catharine Barker Webster, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 4 Oct. 1S40; 1S239 
married, 10 June 1869, Charles James Armstrong. The}' lived at Buffalo 
in Dec. 1S77. 

1 1230= V. Walter Joy Webster, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1S43 ; died 13 
Jul)- 1844 

1 1230:- VI. Anne Buel Webster, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 23 June 1S45; died 
16 July 1S45. 

11230,; VII. Anne Buel Webster, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1851 ; died 
9 July 1 85 1. 



Chil. of John Davenport and Clarissa (Joy) Shepard. 

>3i I. Anna Shepard, b. at 44 Delaware Street, Buffalo, N. Y., 2 Nov. 
1845 ; died at Buffalo, 1 1 May 1862, and was buried there, in Forest Lawn 
Cemetery. 

532 II. John Shepard, b. at 44 Delaware Street, Buffalo, N. Y., 13 Dec. j 
1846; died at Buffalo, 5 Aug. 1S47, ar >d was buried there, in Forest Lawn 
Cemetery. 

\y 3 III. Charles Gurley Shepard, b. at 38 Delaware Street, Buffalo, 
N. Y., 22 Ap. 1850; a manufacturer of hardware; was living at Buffalo in 
July t8 7 5- 

! 3 4 IV Walter Joy Shepard, b. at 3S Delaware Street, Buffalo, N. Y., 
27 March 1853 ; a clerk; was living at Toledo, Ohio, in July 1875. 

>35 V. Jessie Shepard, b. at 38 Delaware Street, Buffalo, N. Y., 16 Jan. 
1S61 ; and was living at Buffalo in Aug. 1S77, at 56 Allen Street. 



1 6 io 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of Josiah and Eveline (Miles) Sprague. 

I. Sprague, a dau., married Joseph Fairbanks; and was ] 

at Ellington, N. Y., in July 1S75. 



4^94 



1 1238 

1 1 239 



11242 

1 1 243 
■1^44 



Chil. of Edwin and Maria (Taylor) St. John. 

I. William St. John, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 19 Sept. 1S36; died 
unmarried, at Yates, N. Y., iS Sept. 1864, and was buried there. 

II. Elizabeth St. John, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 7 June 1840; died 
unmarried, at Yates, X. Y., 5 Ma}- 1S74, and was buried there. 

III. Orrin St. John, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 22 Ap. 1842; died there, 
17 Aug. 1842, and was buried at Yates, N. Y. 

IV. Cornelia St. John, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 24 May 1844; died 
there, 5 Sept. 1845, aml was buried at Yates, N. Y. 

V. Laura St. John, b. at Yates, N. Y., 11 Sept. 1846; died at Yates, 
10 May 1S47, aiul "' as buried there. 

Chil. of Edwin and Rebecca Williams (Davis) St. John. 4 2 95 

VI. Mane Ella St. John, b. at Yates, N. Y., 19 July 1S51 ; and was 
living there, with her parents, in Jul)- 1875. 

VII. Milton St. John, b. at Yates, N. Y., 11 March 1 S 5 5 ; and was 

living there, with his parents, in July iS/v 

VIII. Erwin St. John, b. at Yates, N.Y., 2 Jan. 1859; and was living 
there, with his parents, in July 1875. 



Chil. of Thomas and Marcia (St. John) Swift. 

I. F^ary Swift, b. at Yates, N.Y., 26 Jan. 182S; married at Muscatine, 
Iowa, 14 March 1847, '« the Congregational Church, by Rev. A. B. Rob- 
bins, to James Weed, a physician and dentist, eldest son of Dr. Benjamin 
and Anna (Seymour) Weed, of North Canton, Conn., where he was born 
26 Dec. 1813. He grad. at the Pittsfield Medical School in 1S35; studied 
dentistry at Hartford, Conn.; practised till 1S43, "'hen he bought a farm 



4296 



Whitney Family 



1 6 1 i 



near Muscatine, and settled on it after marriage. They were living there 
• in Sept. 1875, without children. 

'46 II. William Henry Swift, b. at Yates, N. V., in June 1S30; died 
I there, lS Ap. 1 83 1 , "aged ten months," and was buried in Yates Centre 
Cemetery- 



Child of William and Catharine (Smalley) St. John. 

I. Catharine Cornelia St. John, b. at Bloomington, Iowa, 15 Feb. 
84 1 ; died at Muscatine, Iowa, 17 Sept. 1S41, and was buried there. 



P97 



Chil. of William and Cornelia (Van Kagen) St. John. 4J.7 

11248 II. Edwin St. John, b. in Dubuque Co.. Iowa, 3 Ap. 1S46; married, 18243 
IO Jan. 187-, Barbara Annan, dau. of William and Elizabeth (Murray) 

j Annan. They were living at Morrison, 111., in Jul}- 1875. 

1 1249 III. Marcia Jane St. John, b. in Dubuque Co., Iowa, 1 1 Jan. 1848 ; | 
married at Muscatine, Iowa, 4 July 1871, Solomon Neil Downey. They | 
were living at Wenona, 111., in July 1871, with three children, of whom no 

I report has been made. 
J 

11250 IV. William St. John, b. at Muscatine, Iowa, 3 Oct. 1850; died at 
Muscatine, 17 Oct. 1S50, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Ahimaaz and Mary (St. John) Blanchard. 4 2 9§ 

[11251 I. Henry Blanchard, b. at Yates, N. Y., 7 Nov. 1836; a dealer in 1S244 
I live-stock ; married at Muscatine, Iowa, 13 Oct. 1839, by Rev. Mr. Belden, | 
j Presbyterian, to Mary Virginia Connor, dau. of Oliver Perry and Mary j 
Elizabeth (McNeal) Connor, of Muscatine. She was born at Wallkill, 
N. Y., 5 June 1840. They settled at Muscatine, and were living there in 
■Aug. 1S75. 

1 1252 II. Luther Blanchard, b. at Muscatine Island, Iowa, 22 Nov. 1S40; 
died at Bloomington, now Muscatine, 15 July 1846, and was buried there. 

11253 III. Edward Walter Blanchard, b. at Bloomington, now Muscatine, 
Iowa, 14 Ap. 1842; died at the same place, 20 Oct. 1842, and was buried 
there. 



1 6 1 2 Eighth Generation. 

1 1254 IV. P.fiarcia Blanchard, b. at Bloomington, now Muscatine, Iowa, 24 

Sept. 1844; died at the same place, 15 March 1S46, and was buried there. 

1125s V. Tolford Blanchard, b. at Bloomington, now Muscatine, Iowa, in 



Chil. of Pliny and Adolia (St. John) Fay. 4^99 

11256 I. Fay, a son, b. at Bloomington, now Muscatine, Iowa, 20 

Jan. 1841 ; died on the same day. 

1 1257 II. Hamilton Fay, b. at Muscatine, Iowa, 3 Dec. 1841; a druggist ; 

dwelt at Muscatine till 1872; at Bloomington, 111., two years; at San 
Francisco, Cal., one year; and was living at Santa Cruz, Cal., in Dec. 
1875, unmarried. He enlisted at Muscatine, in Co. D., 35th Reg., Iowa 
Vol. Infantry, which was mustered at Camp Strong, iS Sept. 1862; and 
was discharged 10 Aug. 1865, having taken part in twelve battles and 
t went\ r - two skirmishes. 

11258 III. IViary Fay, b. at Muscatine, Iowa, 29 Jan. 1843; married there, 20 18256 
Nov. 1867, at her father's house, by Rev. Alden B. Robbins, D.D., Con- 
gregational, to John Mitchell Strong, a lawyer, son of Harvey and Janet 
(Gillespie) Strong, of Keosauqua, Iowa. He was born at Geneva, N. Y., 

12 Dec. 1 S3 1. They dwelt at Eddyville and Keosauqua, Iowa, till the 
Autumn of 1869; at Plattemouth, Neb., till 1S71; at Seward, Neb., till 1875; 
and then settled at Tabor, Iowa, where they were still living in Dec. 1875. 

11259 IV. Ellen Fay, b. at Muscatine, Iowa, 24 Ap. 1S45; married there, 20 18259 
Nov. 1867; at the house of her parents, by Rev. Alden B. Robbins, 

D.D., Congregational, to Joshua Metcalf Chamberlain, a minister of the 
Congregational Church, who was bom at West Brookfield, Mass. They 
dwelt at Eddyville. Iowa, where he was pastor, till the Autumn of 1868, 
when he was elected treasurer and financial agent of Iowa College, 

; at Grinnell, Iowa. They were still living there in Dec. 1S75. He kept 
the Ladies' Boarding Hall from 1869 to the Autumn of 1875; and was 

I editor of the Grinnell Weekly Herald. 



Chil. of Hamilton and Susan Clark (Parmeleo) St. John. 

i 1260 I. Ella Louisa St. John, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y , 20 Nov. 1849; was 
living with her parents, at Muscatine, Iowa, in Aug. 1875, unmarried. 



1 1 7/ it n ey Family. 1 6 1 3 



1 1261 II. James Hamilton St. John, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 12 Dec. 

1852; was living at Muscatine, Iowa, in Aug. 1S75, unmarried. 

11262 III. Wiliiam Parmelee St. John, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 13 Feb. 
1856; died at Muscatine, Iowa, 1 Nov. 1859, and was buried there, in the 
Citv Cemeterv. 



Chil. of James and Nancy Maria (Freeman) Pennoyer. 



(4312 

'4349 



11263 I. Lura Clarissa Pennoyer, b. at Flushing, Mich., 25 May 1839; 1S263 
married there, 9 Feb. 1S61, Azariah S. Partridge; and was living at 
Flushing in Oct. 1S75. 

112G4 II. Rufus James Pennoyer, b. at Flushing, Mich., 14 Aug. 1842; 18267 
married there, I Jan. 186S, Emma White, dau. of Nelson and Lucy 
(Glidden) White; and was living at Flushing in Oct. 1875. He served, 
as commissarv-sergeant, in the war of 1861; and has been postmaster 
at Raleigh, N. C. 

1126; III. Kiram Floyd Pennoyer, b. at Flushing, Mich., 1 1 July 1849; 
married there, 27 Oct. 1872, Rose White, dau. of Nelson and Lucy 
, (Glidden) White; and was living at Flushing in Oct. 1S75. 

1 1266 IV. Byron Lewis Pennoyer, b. at Flushing, Mich., 8 March 1853; 
and was living there in Oct. 1873, unmarried. 



Chil. of Samuel Creen and Marietta (Goodrich) Phelps. 43 1 3 

1267 I. Orson James Phelps, b. 21 Feb. 1820; married, 25 Dec. 1843, 18268 
Jane Mead; and lived at Grantham, C. W., in i860. 

1268 II. Ophelia Phelps, b. 28 Feb. 1S22; died 13 March 1S22. 

1269 III. Charlotte Phelps, b. 2 July 1823; married, 19 July 1849, John 18278 
Hara. 

1270 IV. Harriet Phelps, b. 19 July 1825; married, 7 May 1843, Dellon P. 
Myers; and died 13 Aug. 1S43. 

1271 V. Noah Phelps, b. 18 July 1828; married, 9 Sept. 1846, Adeline 182S3 
Loveland. 



1 6 1 4 



Eighth Generation. 



1272 VI. Philander Phelps, b. 17 June 1S32; married, 21 Ap. 1856, Jane 18289 
Bradley. 

1273 VII. Judson Phelps, b. 12 Jan. 1835; married, 10 Sept. 1855, Eliza, 1S291 
Ann Street. 

1274 VIII. Eliza Phelps, b. 24 July 1S38; married, 12 Sept. 1855, John! 1S29: 
Farr. 



11275 IX- Elijah Phelps, b. 3 Nov. 1841. 

1 1276 X. Oliver Seymour Phelps, b. 22 May 1844; cli «l 22 May 1846. 



Chil. of Cornelius and Harriet (Phelps) Van Aiken. 

11277 1- Hassan Van Aiken, lived at Coldwater, Mich., in Jul)- 1S75. 

1 1278 II. George Van Aiken, lived at Coldwater, Mich., in July 1875. 

1 1279 III. Samuel Van Aiken, lived in Indiana in July 1S75 ; a railway- 
station agent. 

112S0 IV. Anthony Van Aiken, lived in Indiana in July 1875; a railway- 

station agent. 

11281 V. Eliza Van Aiken, married Elijah Cage; and lived at Coldwater, 

1 Mich., in July 1875. 



Child of William and Eliza Cadwell (Phelps) VVorthington. 

I. Ann Eliza Worthington, b. at Richford, N. Y., 16 July 1S26; 
died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 5 Feb. 1S29. 



Chil. of Lewis and Cynthia (Phelps) Tooker. 

1283 I. V¥iiliam Kenry Tooker, b. at Ludlowville, N. Y., 28 Dec. 1817; 

died at the same place, 28 May 1S18, and was buried there. 

?84 II. Caroline Tooker, b. at Ludlowville, N. Y., 5 Feb. 18 19; died at 

he same place, 14 Feb. 1 8 1 9, and was buried there. 



43'6 



4319 



>86 



/ Vh it ue y I 1 a in ih • 



1615 



moth 



Child of Orson and Hannah (Cunn) Phelps. 
- Phelps, died at Dunnville, C. W., and was buried with its 

Chil. of Orson and Calista Maria (Kiske) Phelps. 



432: 



H289 



II. Orson Phelps, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 13 July 1847; died there, 20 
Mareh 1852, and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 

III. Maria Louisa Phelps, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 15 Jan. 1S49; died 
there, 10 June 1871, and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 

IV. Calvin Fiske Phelps, b at Buffalo, N. Y., 15 June 1851; and 
was living there in Get. 187G, unmarried. 



Child of Alpha Herbert and Almira (Phelps) Shaw. 

I. William Henry Shaw, b. at Ludlowville, N. Y., 18 Ap. 1829; 
died 25 Jan. 1S32, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery, Upper 
Canada. 



Chil. of Alpheus Spencer and Charlotte (Phelps) St. Johr 



432 5 



I. Almira St. John, b. at Dunnville, C. \Y., 29 Aug. 1831; married, 18293 

8 May 1851, Lucius Dennis Winchester, son of Deacon Lucius and 

(Whiting)" Winchester. 

11291 II. Charlotte St. John, b. at St. Catharine's, C. \Y., 12 Sept. 1S34; 18299 
married, 3 March 18^7, Jerome B. Oille, son of George and Elizabeth 
(Decker) Oille. 

III. Helen St. John, b. at Dunnville, C. \\\, 10 March 1837; died at 
St. Catharine's, C. W., 12 Aug. 1S37, ancl was buried in St. Catharine's 
Cemetery. 

1 

IV. Anna St. John, b. at Dunville, G \Y., 27 March 1838; married. 
10 Ap. 1872, John F. Ewing. They lived at 73 Jackson Street, Chicago, 
111., in Oct. 1876, without children. ' 



294! V. Ambrose Spencer St. John, b. at Dunnville, C. W., 10 June 



; 1616 



Eighth Generation. 



i 1841; died at St. Catharine's, C. W. ( 17 Oct. 1842, and was buried in St. 

Catharine's Cemetery. 

! 

1 1295 VI. Oliver Spencer St. John, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 15 Sept. 
1843; died there, 15 Jul)- 1844, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 

1 1296 VII. Oliver Phelps St. John, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 28 Ap. 
1846; married, 3 March [867, Catharine Mars. 

i 1297 VIII. Alpheus Seymour St. John, 1>. at Olena, Ohio, 21 Dec. 1849; 

married, 4 June 1871, Bessie Phelps, dau. of Thomas Phelps. 

1 1298 IX. Orrin Stone St. John, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 9 June 1S51; 

died there, 13 Jan. 1852, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 



18301 



Chil. of Orrin Stono and Almedn Louisa (Dyer) Phelps. 



4326 



1 1299 I. Maria Louisa Phelps, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 15 Sept. 1833; 

died there, 8 May 1839, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 

11300 II. Harriet Peters Phelps, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 27 Aug. 

i 1835; married Charles Henry Powell, and had one child in i860; married 
i (2d) Cibson; and was living at Jersey City, N. J., in Oct. 1876. 



1301 



1302 



III. Lewis Tooker Phelps, b at St. Catharine's, C.W., 12 Dec. 1836; 
died there, 3 Ap. 1839, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 



11304 



Chil. of William Coach and Lucinda (Phelps) Yale. 

I. William Henry Yale, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 18 June 1834; 
died there, 31 Dec. 1836, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 

il. Lucius Yale, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 12 Dec. 1S36; died 
there, 2 March 1837, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 



Child of Oliver Seymour and Eliza Rebecca (Layton) Phelps. 

I. Frank Orson Phelps, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 1 Dec. 1S60, 
and was living at Portland, Oregon, in Feb. 1877. 



4328 



1 6 1 6 Right h Generation. 

• 1 841; died at St. Catharine's, C. W., 17 Oct. 1842, and was buried in St. 
Catharine's Cemetery. 



1 1295 VI. Oliver Spencer St. John, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 15 Sept. 
1 S43 ; died there, 1 5 July 1 844, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 

1 1296 VII. Oliver Phelps St. John, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 28 Ap. 
1846; married, 3 March 1867, Catharine Mars. 

1 1297 VIII. Alpheus Seymour St. John, b. at Olena, Ohio, 21 Dec. 1S49; 
married, 4 June 1871, Bessie Phelps, dau. of Thomas Phelps. 

1 1298 IX. Orrin Stone St. John, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 9 June 185 1; 
died there, 13 Jan. 1852, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 



18301 



Chil. of Orrin Stone and Almeda Louisa (Dyer) Phelps. 

:299 I. Maria Louisa Phelps, b. at St. Catharine's, C. \V., 15 Sept. 1833; 

died there, 8 May 1839, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 

:300 II. Harriet Peters Phelps, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 27 Aug. 
i 1835; married Charles Henry Powell, and had one child in i860; married 
'■ (2d) Gibson; and was living at Jersey City, N. J., in Oct. 1876. 

[301 III. Lewis Tooker Phelps, b. at St. Catharine's, C.W., 12 Dec. 1S36; 

: died there, 3 Ap. 1839, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 



Chil. of William Coach and Uucinda (Phelps) Yale. 

1 1 302 I, William Henry Yale, b. at St. Catharine's, C. \V., 18 June 1834; 
died there, 31 Dec. 1 836, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 

1 1303 II. Lucius Yale, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 12 Dec. 1836; died 
there, 2 March 1837, and was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 



Child of Oliver Seymour and Eliza Rebecca (Layton) Phelps. 

1304 : I. Frank Orson Phelps, b. at St. Catharine's, C. W., 1 Dec. i860, 
I and was living at Portland, Oregon, in Feb. 1S77. 



4327 



4328 



Whitney Family 



1617 



Chil. of Calvin and Julia Sophia (Beach) Phelps. 

I. Calvin Beach Phelps, b. at St. Catharine's, C. \V., 1 1 July 
died 13 July 1843, ar, d was buried in St. Catharine's Cemetery. 



43-9 



306 



II. 



Phelps, b. at Buffalo, N. V., in Any. 1859; died on the 



same day 



Chil. of William and Mary Ann (Phelps) Morehouse. 

I 

1 1307 I. Helen Phelps Morehouse, b. at Davenport, Iowa, "on the 
bank of the Mississippi River, opposite the Fort on Rock Island," 24 
i Dec. 1856; and was living at Buffalo, X. V., in Nov. 1876, unmarried. 

I 
130S ; II. William Wirt Morehouse, b. at 39 West Eagle Street, Buffalo, 
N. Y., 28 July 1862; and was living at Buffalo in Oct. 1876. 



1309 



Child of Abram Paine and Catharine Lucretia (St. John) Howell. 

I. William Cary Howell, b. at Columbia, Ohio, about 7 July 1847 ! 
and was living at the Mound City Hotel, St. Louis, Mo., in Aug. 1877. 



Chil. of Pembroke and Mary D. (Parkhurel) St. John. 

13101 I. Mary Catharine St. John, b. at Apulia, N, V., 12 Ap. 1S67. 
'311 



1312 



II. Harriet Anna St. John, b. at Apulia, N. Y., iS Jan. 1870. 

III. Flora Maria St. John, b. at Geddes, N. Y., 6 Ap. 1S73. 



Chil. of Cideon Stiles and Mary Philena (St. John) Owen. 

I. Mary Maria Owen, b. at Westfiekl, Ohio, 16 May 1844; married 
at Medina, Ohio, 12 March 186S, by Rev. Mr. Bond, Congregational, to 
Nicholas Van Eps, son of William and Emeline (Smith) Van Eps, of 
Westfield. He was born at Amsterdam, N. Y., 23 Feb. 1844. They were 
living at Green Island light-house, Ohio, in Sept. 1S75 ; and he was in the 
service of the Government. 



1 6 1 8 


Eighth ( feneration. 




11314 


II. Philena Louisa Owen, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 13 July 1846; died 
there, 30 Jan. 1S50, and was buried at Seville, Ohio. 




"315 


III. Myron Gideon Owen, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 6 Oct. 1S48; a 
grape-grower; married at Westfield, 23 Dec. 1869, by Rev. Rufus Free- 
man, Baptist, to Emma Miner, dan. of Nathan and Rosette (Stanford) 
Miner, of Westfield, where she was born 5 March 1852. They settled at 
Catawba Island, Ohio, and were still living there in Aug. 1S75. 


18306 


1 1316 


IV. Julia Philena Owen, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 16 Jan. 1S50; died 
there, 13 Dec. 1853, and was buried at Seville, Ohio. 




11317 


V. George Porter Owen, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 3 Aug. 1853. 




11318 


VI. Orlando Elijah Owen, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 29 Oct. 1S55; died 
there, 30 Oct. 1855, and was buried at Seville, Ohio. 




"319 


VII. Frank Stiles Owen, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 13 Nov. 1S56. 




11320 


VIII. Arthur John Owen, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 17 March 1S59. 




11321 


IX. William Henry Owen, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 11 March 1863. 






Child of Myron Elijah and Sarah (Stiles) St. John. 


4342 


11322 


I. h'erbert Elijah St. John, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 22 Feb. 185 1 ; and 
was living at Seville, Ohio, in Aug. 1875, unmarried. 






Chil. of Ceorge Henry and Celestia Pamela (St. John) Rice. 


4343 


11323 


I. Moah Loveli Rice, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 17 Oct. 1S53. 




1 1324 


11. Lucy Philena Rice, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 4 Nov. 1S56. 




"325 


III. Celestia Louisa Rice, b at Westfield, Ohio, 2 Sept. 185S. 




1.326 


IV. Henry Lincoln Rice, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 25 July 1S61 ; 


; 



Whitney Family. 


I 6 I 9 




died at Salem, Ohio, 21 Feb. 1869, and was buried at Oak Harbor, 
Ohio. 




"327 


V. Mary Ann Rice, b. at Salem, Ohio, 2S Aug. 1863. 




.1328 


VI. Dan Stuart Rice, b. at Salem, Ohio, 8 Aug. 1S67. 




11329 


VII. Julia Maria Woolworth Rice, b. at Salem, Ohio, njJuneiS/i. 




11330 


VIII. George Leonard Rice, b. at Locust Point, Ohio, 24 Ap. 1875. 






Chil. of John Edward and Charlotte Amanda (St. John) Babbitt. 


■ 

4344 


11331 


I. Almena Josephine Babbitt, b. at Sabula, Iowa, 19 Jan. 1857. 




1.332 


II. Wade Edward Babbitt, b. at Sabula, Iowa, 17 Aug. 1S58. 




H333 


III. Philena Babbitt, b. at Sabula, Iowa, 2 Oct. i860; died at 
Westfield, Ohio, 19 Jan. 1 S61 , and was buried at Seville, Ohio. 




1 1334 


IV. Urilla Maria Babbitt, b. at Sabula, Iowa, 18 Sept. 1S62. 




"335 


V. Frank Levi Babbitt, b. at Sabula, Iowa, 22 Oct. 1S64. 






Chil. of Howell Francis and Jane Elizabeth (iVJunn) St. John. 


4345 


"336 


I. Frank Mortimer St. John, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 18 March i860. 




"337 


II. Arvilla Maria St. John, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 1 May 1862; died 
at Salem, Ohio, 18 June 1S63, and was buried in Oak Harbor Cemetery. 




"338 


III. Clarence Myron St. John, b. at Salem, Ohio, 17 May 1S64. 




"339 


IV. Charles Day St. John, b. at Riley, Ohio, 6 Aug. 1867. 




11340 


V. Cenia Dea St. John, b. at Riley, Ohio, 12 Jan. 1871. 






Child of Leonard Harrison and Martha Jane (Shannon) St. John. 


4346 


"341 


I. Jerome George St. John, b. at Locust Point, Ohio, 8 Aug. 1874. 





1620 



High lit ( jl v/ 1 v 'a tion . 



Chil. of Adoniram Judson and Harriet Ann (Lav 



1342 I. Myra Philena St. John, b. at Westfield, Ohio, iS Au 

died there, 15 Nov. 1S72, and was buried in Seville Cemetery. 



ce) St. John. 4: 

S70 ; 



1343 II. Edward Leonard St. John, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 6 March 1872. 



1344 



1 1346 



1 1348 

"349 
"350 
H3SI 



Chil. of Algernon Sidney and Phebe (Cleason) Freeman. 

I. Charles Sidney Freeman, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 24 Aug. 1S45 ; 
a farmer; married at Comva, Iowa, 16 Sept. 1S73, Rebecca Ann Bailey, 
born at Athens, Crawford Co., Perm., 8 Ap. 1853, dau. of John and 
Lorana Lodoiska (Walker) Bailey. He enlisted, 22 July 1S62, in Co. C, 
23d Reg., Midi Vol Infantry; and was discharged 20 July 1865, having 
been wounded at Knoxville, Term., 17 Nov. 1863, in the left arm, so 
severely as to confine him in the Knoxville hospital for six months. He 
took part in "Sherman's march to the sea," in 1864. They were living at 
Flushing. Mich., in Dec. 1876. 

II. Elizabeth Theresa Freeman, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 22 Nov. 
1846; died at Flushing, Mich., 9 May 1S35, and was buried there. 

III. Rufus Rossman Freeman, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 30 Dec. 1S48; 
a farmer; married at Flushing, Mich., 21 Dec. 1870, Lois Arvilla Surrhyne, 
born at Flint, Mich., 14 Nov. 1832, dau. of William aud Phebe (Garthw aite) 
Surrhyne. They were living at Flushing in Dec. 1876. 

IV. Allen Cleason Freeman, b. at Flushing, Mich., 20 March 
1S53; and was living there in Dec. 1876, unmarried. 

V. Frederick Fremont Freeman, b. at Flushing, Mich, 15 Feb. 
1856; and was living there in Dec. 1876. 

VI. Herbert Lincoln Freeman, b. at Flushing, Mich., 25 Nov. 1S5S. 

VII. Lura Harriet Freeman, b. at Flushing, Mich., to March 1861. 

VIII. Milton Arthur Freeman, b. at Flushing, Mich., 21 Sept. 1S63. 



Child of Charles and Elizabeth Mary (Freeman) Cleason. 43 5 1 

1 1352 I. Salem Charles Cleason, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 10 July 1840; 1831 



Whitney Family 



married at Flint, Mich., 26 Jan. 1861, by Rev. H. II. Northrop, Presby- 
terian, to Melissa Ellen Lewis, of Flushing, Mich., born at Shefford, C. E., 
dan. of Hiram m\>\ Louisa (Savage) Lewis. He enlisted in June 1864, in 
Co. C, 23d Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; was soon discharged for sickness; 
reenlisted in the same regiment, 20 Dec. 1864; and died of small-pox, in 
the hospital at Evansville, Ind., 27 March 1865. She was living at Hazle- 
ton, Mich., in Oct. 1876. 



[62 1 



Chil. of Ephraim and Elizabeth Mary (Freeman) Morgan. 

11353 II. Clara Estelle Morgan, b. at Canaan, Ohio, 20 Aug. 1852; mar- 
ried at Flushing, Mich., 20 Aug. 1870, by Rev. Alanson Tilden, Baptist, to 
Aaron Hartshorn, a farmer, son of Ambrose and Harriet (Hubbard) Harts- 
horn. He was born at London, C. W., 29 March 1848. They settled at 
; Hazleton, Mich., and were still living there in Oct. 1876. 



435 > 



U354 

11355 
11356 
1 1357 
II35S 

H359 
1 1360 



III. Freeman Daniel Morgan, b. at Flush 
and was living there in Oct. 1876. 



Mich., 28 Jan. 185S; 



Chil. of Joseph Kenry and Caroline (Wilcox) Freer 



I. James Allen Freeman, b. at Westfield, Ohio, . 

was living at Davenport, Iowa, in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 



II. h'orace Rufus Freeman, b. at Norwaik, Oh 
and was living at Seville, Ohio, in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 



func 1S4S; and 
20 July 1S50 ; 



III. Charles Dwight Freeman, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 8 Jan. 1S53; 
and was living at Seville, Ohio, in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 

IV. Edward Rufus Freeman, b. at Liberty, Iowa, 21 Ap. 1859; I 

died at Liberty, 25 Julv 1863, and was buried there, in Round Grove 
Cemetery. 

V. Clara Eliza Freeman, b. at Liberty, Iowa, 8 Oct. 1864 ; and was 
living with her parents, at Westfield, Ohio, in Jan. 1877. 



Chil. of Samuel Bell and Sarah Matilda (Freeman) Kimmell. 

I. Rufus Freeman Kimmell, b. at Canaan, Ohio, 2j June 1S50; 
died at Canaan, 21 July 1S50, and was buried there. 



4356 



Whitney Family 



162 1 



married at Flint, Mich., 26 Jan. [861, by Rev. II. II. Northrop, Presby- 
terian, to Melissa Ellen Lewis, of Flushing, Mich., born at Shefford, C. E., 
dau. of Hiram and Louisa (Savage) Lewis. He enlisted in June 1864, in 
Co. C, 33d Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; was soon discharged for sickness; 
reenlisted in the same regiment, 20 Dec. 1864; and died of small-pox, in 
the hospital at Evansville, Ind., 27 March 1865. She was living at I Iazle- 
: ton, Mich., in Oct. 1876. 



Chil. of Ephraim and Elizabeth Mary (Freeman) Morgan. 

I 

11353 H- Clara Estelle Morgan, b. at Canaan, Ohio, 20 Aug. 1852; mar- 
ried at Flushing, Mich., 20 Aug. 1870, by Rev. Alanson Tilden, Baptist, to 
Aaron Hartshorn, a farmer, son of Ambrose and Harriet (Hubbard) Harts- 

; horn. He was born at London, C. W., 29 March 1848. They settled at 
Hazleton, Mich., and were still living there in Oct. 1876. 

11354 HI. Freeman Daniel Morgan, b. at Flushing, Mich., 28 Jan. 1858; 
and was living there in Oct. 1876. 



Chil. of Joseph Kenry and Caroline (Wilcox) Freeman. 

1 1355 j I. James Allen Freeman, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 22 June 1S4S; and 
I was living at Davenport, Iowa, in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 

11356! II. h'orace Rufus Freeman, b. at Norwalk, Ohio, 20 July 1850 ; 
and was living at Seville, Ohio, in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 



435' 



1 1357 ' III. Charles Dwight Freeman, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 8 Jan. 1S53 ; 
land was living at Seville, Ohio, in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 



1 1358 IV. Edward Rufus Freeman, b. at Liberty, Iowa, 21 Ap. 1859; 
died at Liberty, 25 July 1863, and was buried there, in Round Grove 
Cemetery. 

1 1359 ! V. Clara Eliza Freeman, b. at Liberty, Iowa, 8 Oct. 1864 ; and was 
living with her parents, at Westfield, Ohio, in Jan. 1877. 



560 



Chil. of Samuel Bell and Sarah Matilda (Freeman) Kimmell. 

I. Rufus Freeman Kimmell, b. at Canaan, Ohio, 2j June 1S50: 
died at Canaan, 21 July 1S50, and was buried there. 



4356 



1 622 Eighth Generation. 

i ' " I" 

11361 II. William Edgar Kimmell, b. at Canaan, Ohio, 9 July 1851 ; died 
at Flushing, Mich., 22 Jan. 1S52, and was buried there. 

1 1362 ! III. Welland Edmund Kimmell, b. at Flushing, Mich., 29 Dec. 

' 1853 ; and was living at Sharon, Mich., in Feb. 1877, unmarried.' 

1 1363 IV. Mary Ellen Kimmell, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 16 Nov. 1856; died 
at East Tawas, Mich., 16 Feb. 1872, and was buried at Flushing, Mich 

1 1364 \ • Jenny Myrtilla Kimmell, b. at Westfield, Ohio, 24 March 1861. 

11365 I VI. Susanna Belle Kimmell, b. at Flushing, Mich., 2; June 1867 ; I 

died at South Saginaw, Mich., 18 Feb. 1871, and was buried at Flushing! 



11366 

1 1 367 

11368 
1 1 369 

1 13/0 



Chil. of Milton Rufus and Ruth (Oviatt) Freeman. 

I. Harriet Alida Freeman, b. at West Richfield, Ohio, 15 Ap. 185S. 

II. Emma Frances Freeman, b. at West Richfield, Ohio, 24 An 
1 860. ' 

III. Mary Ella Freeman, b. at West Richfield, Ohio, 25 June 1865. 

IV. Clara Margaret Freeman, b. at West Richfield, Ohio 16 Feb 
1867. 

V. Milton Arthur Freeman, b. at West Richfield, Ohio ?o Dec 
1872. 



Chil. of Elijah Orlando and Maria Eliza (Howell) Wheelock. 

11371 ' I. Edwin Howell Wheelock, b. at Burlington, Wis., 19 Dec. 1842; 

j died at Burlington, 22 Ap. 1S43, and was buried there. 

1372 j II. Julia Maria Wheelock, b. at Burlington, Wis., 29 Nov. 1844; 
I married at Brooklyn, Wis., 21 Feb. 1875, Hiram Etullard ; and was living at 
Evansville, Wis., in Sept. 1875. & 



4357 



43 5 8 



"373 



III. Ellen Althea Wheelock, b. at Burlington, Wis., 16 Am 
unmarried. 



Whitney Family 



1623 



3-4 IV. Eugene Othello Wheelock, b. at Burlington, Wis., 18 Sept. 
185 1 ; unmarried. 

375 V. Caroline Amelia Wheelock, b. at Burlington. Wis., 2 Aug. 
1857; died at Burlington, 19 May 1S5S, and was buried there. 

1 1376 VI. Henry Howell Wheelock, twin, b. at Burlington, Wis., 26 Dec. 
1859. 

, 1 1377 VII. Clarence Wheelock, twin, b. at Burlington, Wis., 26 Dec. 1859; 
died at Burlington, 5 Jan. 18C0, and was buried there. 



Chil. of William Henry Harrison and Fanny Abigail (Wheelock) 
Douglass. 

11378 I. Mary Elizabeth Douglass, b. at her grandfather's house, in 
Bompey, N. Y. 

1 1379 II Florence Cornelia Douglass, b. at Delphi, N. V. 
: 1 1380 III. William Douglass, b. at Janesville, Wis. 

11381 IV. Charles Douglass, b. at Janesville, Wis., and died young. 

11382 V Frank Douglass, b. at Janesville, Wis. 



Child of David Pease and Susan Cornelia (Wheelock) Dean. 

I. Nelly Cornelia Dean, b. at Syracuse, N. Y., 13 May 1853; and 
was living with her father, at Cazenovia, N.Y., in Aug. 1S75, unmarried. 



43 39 



4359- 



Chil. of Edward Allen and Nancy Philena (Wheelock) Noble. 4361 

11384: 1. Arthur Wheelock Noble, b. at Pompey, X. Y., 25 March iS6=;. 
1 1385 I II. Fanny Amelia Noble, b. at Auburn. N Y., 5 Oct. 18G6. 



1624 



Eighth Generation. 



1 1386 III. Anna Elizabeth Noble, b. at Auburn, N.Y., 28 Ap. 1869; died 

7 Oct. 1S75, and was buried in Furl Hill Cemetery, Auburn. 



1387 
1388 



IV. Inez May floblc, b. at Auburn, X. Y., 18 Dec. 1872. 

V. Florence Leora Noble, b. at Auburn, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1875. 



Child of Arthur Tappan and Huldah Jane (Wheclock) Merrill. 

1 1389 J I. Flora Catharine Merrill, b. at Oswego, Ind., 13 Feb. 1861; died 
at Oswego, 21 Sept. 1862, and was buried there. 



1390 



Child of Elijah and Jane Throop (Van Vleck) Hallenbeck. 
I. Miliy Louise Hallenbeck, b. at Geddes, N. Y., 24 Dec. 1859. 



•395 



J 396 



Child of Joshua and Janette Agnes (Hallenbeck) Tuthill. 
I. Helen St. John Tuthill, b. at Saginaw, Mich., 9 Jan. 1874. 



43<J2 



43<J5 



Chil. of Christopher Rotert and Wary (Hallenbeck) Spencer. i 4366 

1391 I. John Jacob Spencer, b. at Tully Valley, N. Y., 16 Dec. 1S60. 

1 1392 II. Frank Sickles Spencer, b. at Tully Valley, N. Y., 2j Oct. 1864. 

1 1393 J III. May Spencer, b. at Tully Valley, X. Y., 30 Jan. 1867; died at 
! East Saginaw, Mich., 29 Oct. 1S72, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, 
i Syracuse, X. Y. 

11394 ! IV. Robert Hallenbeck Spencer, b. at East Saginaw, Mich., 8 
March 1870. 



4369 



Chil. of P. 

I. Mary Havens, w; 

1875. 



and Charlotte (Stanley) Havens. I 4371 

said to be living at Hamilton, X. Y., in Jul)- 



Whitney Familx 



1 1397 II. Charlotte Havens, was said to be living at Hamilton, N. Y., in 
j July 1875. 

1 1398 III. Samuel Havens, was said to be living at Hamilton, N.Y., in July 

iS/v 



11400 



Child of Benjamin and Helen Amelia (St. John) Carvey. 
I. Benjamin St. John Carvey, b. at Nov. York City, 27 Oct. 1S6: 



Chil. of John Jacob and Marietta (St. John) Walrath. 

I. Israel Walrath, b. at Canajoharie, NY., 9 May 1845 ; died 23 
May 1845. 



1 1401 II. Joseph Harvey Walrath, b. at Canajoharie, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1S47; 
! and was living at Hillsdale, Mich., in Ap. 1876. 

1 1402 III. Lewis Enser Walrath, b. at Canajoharie, N. Y., 23 Nov. 1848 ; 
and was living at Hast St. Louis, 111., in Ap. 1S76; unmarried. 

1 1403 ' IV. Charles Leland Walrath, b. at Canajoharie, N.Y., 19 Dec. 1851. 

1404 V. Emma Frances Walrath, b. at Sharon, N. Y., 25 June 1856; 

and was living at Hillsdale, Mich., in Ap. 1876; unmarried. 



11405 

1 1406 

1 1407 



Chil. of Lewis Manlius and Lydia Arabella (Jackson) 
St. John. 

I. Clyde Leland St. John, b. at the north-west corner of Ninth 
Street and Ohio Avenue, East St. Louis, 111., 13 Nov. 1872. 

II. Lewis Sylvester St. John, b. at East St. Louis, 111., 13 Feb. 
1874. 

III. Clara Belle St. John, b. at East St. Louis, III., 17 Sept. 1875 ; 
died at Canajoharie, N. Y., 11 Jan. 1876, and was buried in Canajoharie 
Cemetery. 



1625 



4374 



4377 



4382 



1626 



Rio/ifh Generation. 



Chil. of Hermon and Laura (Mason) Benton. 



43S7 



1408 ; I. William Squire Benton, b. at Canfield, Ohio, 13 Oct. 1S20; a 1S315 
I house-builder and farmer; married at Mecca, Ohio, 15 May 1 S44, Laura 

Cowdery, dan. of Ambrose and Dency (Coe) Cowdery, of Mecca. She 
was born at Otis, Mas^., 25 Jan. 1S26. They settled at Mecca, and were 
still living there in Ap. 1S7G. 

1409 II. Orris Manly Benton, b. at Canfield, Ohio, 28 Aug. 1822; a; 18317 
farmer; married at Mecca, Ohio, 1 Jan. 1847, Eunice Smith, dau. of 
William and Eunice (Palmer) Smith. She was born at Norwich, Conn., 

7 July 1S30. They settled at Mecca, and were still living there in 
A p. 1 876. 



1410 I III. Mary Priscilla Benton, b. at Canfield, Ohio, 16 Nov. 1824; 
married at Mecca, Ohio, 9 Sept. 1S47, as his second wife, William Watson 
Moore, a carriage-maker, born at Simsbury, Conn., in 1810, son of Capt 
! Joseph and Alcinda (Adams) Moore. She died at Mecca, 12 Aug. 1850, 
and was buried there. He died at Troy, Ohio, 12 July 1857, and was 
buried at Mecca. 



IV. Emily Chloe Benton, b. at Canfield, Ohio, 12 June 1S28; died [ 
at- Mecca, Ohio, 1 May 185 1, and was buried there. 



18319 



1413 



Child of Cara and Mary (Benton) Averil 
Robert Averill, b. at Lenox, Mass., in Oct. 1S75. 



1415 



Chil. of Charles and Sylvia Phebe (Brewster) Benton. 

I. Mary Elizabeth Benton, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 20 July 1839 ; 
died at Peru, 111., 20 July 1S51, and was buried there. She was afterward 
moved, with her mother, to Salisbury Cemetery. 



4390 



4393 



11. 



Benton, a son, not named ; died when a few days old. 



Chil. of George Froderick and Minerva N. (Kin u .~) Benton. 
I. Mary Elizabeth Benton, b. at Savannah, Tenn., 12 Feb. 





// T Jiitney Family. 


l62/ 




18 — ; died there, 24 Sept. 18 — , aged 13 years, 7 months, and 12 
days. 




1 14.16 II John Benton. 




11417 III. Jerusha Benton. 




1 1418 IV. George Benton. 




1 1419 V. Laura Benton, died young. 




1 1420 


VI. Benton, died young 






Chil. of Miner Pudd and Abigail (Barnum) Deming. 


4397 


11421 


I. Arthur Deming, has lived at Middle-town, N. V., and at New York 
City. 




1 1422 II. Derning, was a soldier in the war of 1S61, and was killed 

in battle. 




11423 


III. Miner Doming, a minister of the Baptist Church; has lived at 
Boston, Mass., and at Brooklyn, N. Y. 






Chil. of Thomas T. and Sarah (Deming) Seelye. 


4400 


1 1424' I. Seelye, a dau. 




11425 


II. Seelye, a dau. 






Child of Frederick and Catharine (Wheeler) Deming. 


4401 


1 1426 


I. Hiram Deming, died of consumption, at Binghamton, N. Y. 






Child of Edwin A. Harris. 


4405 


1 1427 


I. David W. Harris, was a clerk at 19 North Pearl Street, Albany, 
N.Y., in Feb. 1877. 





i62S 
1 1428 

11429 
1 1430 
11431 

"43- 1 
H433 

1 1434 



Eigh th C nil era tion . 



Chil. of Minard Veneaver and Mary Ann (Taylor) Babcock. 

I. Marsena Babcock, b. at Scott, N. V., 6 May 1S20; has changed 
I his name to John Marsena Babcock; a merchant; married, 16 Ap. 1845, 

Charlotte Mills, who died at Albany, N. Y., 5 June 1862 ; married (2d), 22 
Jan. 1864, Julia A. Colgon ; and was living at Brooklyn, N. Y., in Now 
1874. It is said that he died there, early in 1S75. 

II. Miranda Babcock, b. at Scott, N. Y., 8 June 1822 ; married, 6 
Jan. 1845, Dewitt Clinton Colony. 

III. Abigail Babcock, b. 8 Ian. 1824; amilliner; died at Skancateles, 
N.Y., 8 March 185 1. 

IV. Andrew Burr Babcock, b. 30 Dec. 1825; married, 26 Aug. 
1852, Helen M. Rogers. 

V. Lamott Babcock, b. 4 Aug. 1S2S ; died S July 1S29. 

VI. Alonzo Babcock, b. 16 March iS^o. 



4412 
1S320 



Child of George and Sabrina (Thomas) Taylor. 



4430 



I. Sarah Elizabeth Taylor, b. at Warren, Conn., 2 May 1833; mar- 183 
I ried at Beekman, N. Y., S Aug. 1855, John C. Brundage, a drover, son of 
I Edward and Amy (Angevine) Brundage, of East Fishkill, N. Y., where he 
J was born 13 Jan. 1823. The}- settled at East Fishkill; where he died, 2 

Oct. 1867, and was buried in Hopewell Cemetery. She was living at 

Fishkill in Jan. 1877. 



1435 



Chil. of Ceorge and Roxana (Cogswell) Taylor. 



ried in Oct. 1861, at New Milford, Conn., Isaac Smith, son of Clark and 
j Eliza Smith, of New Milford, where he was born 14 July 182S. They 
: were living at New Preston, Conn., in Feb. 1877. 

[436 III. Sarah Ann Taylor, b. at Warren, Conn., 2j March 1841; mar- 

| ried there, 20 March 1865, Lewis William Creen, son of William and Susan 
j Green, of Kent, Conn., where he was born 1 1 Feb. 1S35. He died at New 
I Preston, Conn., 9 Sept. 1S73; and she was living there, with her father, in 
Jan. 1877. 
I 





/ / 7/ itn ey Fa m ily. 


1629 


1 1437 


IV. George IVJarlin Taylor, b. at Warren, Conn., ij June 1847; a 
farmer; married at New Preston, Conn., 10 May [871, Frances Augusta 
Marvin, dau. of William and Mercy (Sheldon) Marvin, of New Milford, 
Conn., formerly of New Preston, where she was born 1 May 1852. They 
settled at Warren, and were still living there in Jan. 1877. 


18328 




Chil. of Abram and Emily (Taylor) Hill. 


4431 


1 1438 


1. Rachel rv'aria Hill, b. at New Preston, Conn., 12 Oct. 1840; died 
at New Preston, 4 July 1842, and was buried there. 




' '439 


II. Sarah Elizabeth Hill, b. at New Preston, Conn., 13 July 1843; 
died at New Preston, 14 May 1844, and was buried there. 






Child of David and Emily (Taylor) Jacus. 


4431 


1 1440 


III. Henry Edward Jacus, b. at New Preston, Conn., 30 Nov. 1S5 1; 
and was living there in Jan. 1877, with his parents, unmarried. 




. 


Chil. of Kelson Burr and Caroline Elizabeth (Bentley) Taylor. 


4432 


H44I 


I Martha Gilbert Taylor, b. at Beekman, N. V., 17 June 1841; mar- 
ried, 16 June 1859, James C. Wood, who died 19 Ap. 1863; married (2d), 
2 March 1S64, William c. Aumack, who was born zt, Dec. 1835. They 
lived at Bridgeport, Conn., in May 1S74. 




1 1442 


II. Frank Bentley Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn., 6 Dec. 1843; a 
soldier in the war of 18G1; married, iS Now 1869, Fanny C. Miller. They 
were living at Bridgeport, Conn., in May 1874. 




1 1 443 


III. Frederick William Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn., 12 July 
1846; a soldier in the war of 1861; married, 25 March 1869, Sarah L. 
Bray. 




1 1444 


IV. Ellen Gertrude Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn., 27 Dec. 184S; 
married, 12 May 1869, Hector McKenzie. They were living at Bridgeport, 
Conn., in May 1S74. 




11445 


V. Ssabe! Augusta Taylor, b. at Beekman, N. Y., 19 Jan. 1853; 
married, 17 Jan. 1869, Charles A. H. Bright. 





/ / li itn ey Family. 



1629 



1457 IV. George Martin Taylor, b. at Warren, Conn., 17 June 1847; a 183: 

farmer; married at New Preston, Conn., 10 May 1871, Frances Augusta 

Marvin, dau. of William and Mercy (Sheldon) .Marvin, of New Milford, 

Conn., formerly of New Preston, where she was born 1 May 185 2. They 

Settled at Warren, and were still living there in Jan. 1877. 



143^ 



II441 



Chll. of Abr 



id Emily (Taylor) Hill. 



I. Rachel Maria Hill, b. at New Preston, Conn., 12 Oet. 1840; died 
at New Preston, 4 July 1842, and was buried there. 

II. Sarah Elizabeth Hili, b. at New Preston, Conn., 13 July 1843; 
died at New Preston, 14 May 1844, and was buried there. 

Child of David and Emily (Taylor) Jacus. 

III. S-ienry Edward Jacus, b. at New Preston, Conn., 30 Nov. 1S5 1; 
and was living there in Jan. 1877, with his parents, unmarried. 



Chil. of Nelson Burr and Caroline Elizabeth (Bentley) Taylor. 

I Martha Gilbert Taylor, b. at Beekman, N. V., 17 June 1841; mar- 
ried, 16 June 1859, James C. Wood, who died 19 Ap. 1863; married (2d), 
2 March 1864, William C. Aumack, who was born 2^ Dec. 1835. They 
lived at Bridgeport, Conn., in May 1S74. 



[442 II. Frank Bentley Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn., 6 Dec. 1843; a 
soldier in the war of 1861; married, 18 Nov. 1869, Fanny C. Miller. They 
were living at Bridgeport, Conn., in May 1874. 

[443 III. Frederick William Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn., 12 July 
1846; a soldier in the war of 1861; married, 25 March 1869, Sarah L. 
Bray. 

:444 IV. Ellen Gertrude Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn., 2j Dec. 1848; 
married, 12 May 1869, Hector McKenzie. They were living at Bridgeport, 
Conn., in May 1874. 



V. Isabel Augusta Taylor, b. at Beekman, N. Y., 19 Jan. 1853; 
arried, 17 Jan. 1869, Charles A. H. Bright. 



1630 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Elias and Jennette (Cables) Taylor. 



1 1446 I. Andrew Burr Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn., in Dec. 1844; 
J died in Andersonville prison, during the war of 1861, unmarried. 

j 

1 1447 II. Charlotte Elizabeth Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn, in Jan. 
1847. 

1 1448 j IIP Eugene Cautier Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn. 

1 1449 \ IV. Pv'iyron L. Taylor, b. at New Preston, Conn. 

1 1450 V. Charles Taylor, b. at Bridgeport, Conn. 



Chil. of Henry Albert and Alma Annie (Taylor) Warner. 
I. George Edward Warner, b. at New Milford, Conn., 22 Oct. 1S46. 

11452 I II. Charles Henry Warner, b. at Newtown, Conn, 22 Ap. 1849; 
I died 28 July 1851. 

11453 III. Ida May Warner, b. at Newtown, Conn., 11 March 1856. 

1 1454 IV. Emily Taylor Warner, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 13 Jan. 1863. 



4436 



Child of Philo and Esther Eliza (Taylor) Sherman. 
1 1455 I. Irnogene Sherman, b. 22 Jan. 1852. 



4438 



Chil. of William Josiah and Jane Charlotte (Lincoln) Burr. 

I'"" J "! 

1 1456 I. William Henry Burr, b. at Speedsville, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1846; a 
j clerk; was living with his parents at Newark Valley, N. Y., in Dec. 1877; 
I unmarried. 

1 1457 II. Sarah Jane Burr, b. at Speedsville, N.Y., 23 Aug. 184S; married 18330 
i in her father's house at Newark Valley, N.Y., 3 Oct. 1872^}- Rev. Russell 

j H. Spafford, Baptist, to Emil Arthur Becker, a cashier, son of Max Arthur 
j and Johanna (Lohnthal) Becker, of Berlin, Prussia. He was born at Lissa, | 



I J liitney Family. 

Prussia, 1 8 May 1838; came to America in 1863; served in Co. D, 8th 
Reg., Maryland Vol. Infantry, from II June [863 to (Jet. 1864, when he 
was transferred to Co. R, 14th Reg., Veteran Reserve Corps, in conse- 
quence of wounds received in the battle of Spottsylvania, 8 May 1S64; 
and was honorably discharged 18 July 1865. They settled at Buffalo, 
N. Y.; and were still living there, at 74 Franklin Street, in Dec. 1877. 

1458 III. George Lincoln Burr, b. at Oramel, N. Y., 30 Jan. 1857; a 
printer; dwelt at Homer, N. Y., till Sept. 1877, when he entered Cornell 
, University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

[459 IV. JViary Ella Burr, b. at Oramel, X V., 14 Ap. 1S59 ; a student in 
; Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., in Sept. 1877. 



163I 



Chil. of Henry Bradford and Harriet Newell (Creene) Burr. 



I. Mary Amelia Burr, b. at Homer, N. Y., 10 Feb. 1849; married 
her cousin, Andrew Charles Leavens. See his record. 



11467 



,140. 
I 1462 

1 1 464 



II. George Andrew Burr, b. at Homer, N. Y, 13 Sept. 1S50; an 
agent for insurance; married Catharine Sagur; and was living at Albany, 
N.Y., in Ap. 1875. 

III. Francis Henry Burr, b. at Homer, NY., 10 Ap. 1852; a printer; 
was living at Milo Centre, N. Y., in Jan. 1S75, unmarried. 



IV. William Oliver Burr, b. at Homer, N.Y., 
is living at Homer in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 



May 1853 ; a tailor; 



V. Edward Harvey Burr, b. at Homer, N.Y., 26 Ap. 1855; a miller; 
was living at Homer in Ap. 1875. 



VI. Charles Sumner Burr, b. at Homer, N. Y., 17 June 1857; a 

salesman; was living at Scranton, Penn., in Ap. 1S75. 



[466 ' VII. Walter Cecil Burr, b. at Homer, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1859; a student. 



Chil. of Daniel Woods and Mary Louisa (Burr) Leavens. 



1 1467 ; I. Andrew Charles Leavens, b. at Rushford, N.Y., 2 Dec. 1847; a 
druggist; married in the house of her uncle, the officiating clergyman, at 



632 



Righth Generation. 



Adams Centre, N. Y., 29 March 1875, by Rev. A. B. Prentice, Seventh- 
I Day Baptist, to his cousin, Mary Amelia Burr, dau. of Henry Bradford and 1 1460 
Harriet Newell (Greene) Burr, of Homer, N. Y., where she was born 10 
Feb. 1849. They settled at Bay City, Mich., and were still living there in 
Dec. 1S77. 

146S j II. Calvin Walter Leavens, b. at Rushford, N.Y., 29 May 1853; 
I druggist; was living at Decatur, Mich., in Ap. 1875. 



1469 



H4;o 



147 1 



III. Edward Leavens, b. at Oram, 
was living at Decatur, Mich., in Ap 187 



X.Y., 21 Dec. 1856; an artist; 



IV. George Fox Leavens, b at Horseheads, N.Y., 29 Oct. 1865. 



Chil. of Ferdinand and Adeline (Hathaway) Sebold. 

I. Ferdinand Delos Sebold, b. at Mapleton, Iowa, 19 Aiu 
died at Yankton, Dakota, 12 May 1875, and was buried there. 



4446 



1 1472 II. Emma Elizabeth Sebold, b. at Oto, Iowa, 30 Jan. 1S6S. 

1 1473 1 III. Walter Gow Sebold, b. at Oto, Iowa, 6 June 1869. 
IV. Ella IVaay Sebold, b. at Yankton, Dakota, 6 Oct. 1S71. 



11475 

1 1476 

1 1477 
1147S 

11479 



Chil. of John Hesler and Louisa Levantia (Hathaway) Mason. 

I. Emma Louisa Nason, b. at North Pitcher, N. Y., 10 March 1S63; 
died at Smyrna, X. Y., 19 Feb. 1S66, and was buried in Glenwood Ceme- 
tery, Homer, N. Y. 

II. Cora Audrey PSason, b. at Smyrna, N. Y., 13 Dec. 1864. 

III. Jenny Alice f^ason, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 7 Aug. 18G6. 

IV. Charles Hesler fclason, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 14 Ap. 1868; died 
at Apulia, 31 Aug. 1868, and was buried in Glenwood Cemeterv, Homer, 
N.Y. 

V. Mary Agnes ftSason, b. at Apulia, N. Y., 24 Feb. 1870; died at 
Apulia, 13 Ap. 1870, and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Homer, N.Y. 



Whitney Family. 



1633 



14S0 VI. Sabra Levantia Nason, 

iS 76. 



thhcld, Penn., 14 March 



1481 



Chil. of Hiram and Laura (Woodworth) Sutherland. 

I. Charles Henry Sutherland, b. at Pompey, N. V., 22 Sept. 1824; 
married, in Nov. 1853, Betsey Jane Hoyt, dau. of Nelson and Pamelia 

(Sutherland) Hoyt, 1 of Pompey. They settled at Pompey, and were still 
living there in 'Dec 1876. lie enlisted, 1 Dec. 1861, at Syracuse, N. V., 
as leader of the band, in the 12th Reg. of N. Y. S. Volunteers; was fur- 
loughed, on account of sickness, in May 1862; and was discharged 19 
July. 862. 



4455 
18331 



1482 II, Helen Columbia Sutherland, b. 
1829; died at Pompey, 7 Dec. 1829, and wa- 



at Pompey, N. Y 
buried there. 



Oct. 



1483 III. Wallace Elhassen Sutherland, b. at Pompey, N. Y., 27 Dec. 
1832; married, 22 March 1S54, Celia Jane Wilcox, dau. of John and 
Chloe (Henderson) Wilcox. They settled at Pompey, and were still living 
there in Dec. 1876. 



1484 IV. Martha Maria Sutherland, b. at Pompey, N.Y. 
died at Pompey, 1 1 Nov. 1S51, and was buried there. 



Dec, 1835; 



1 1485 V. Hiram Sutherland, twin, b at Pompey, N.Y., 12 July 1S4G; died 
at Pompey, 23 Aug. 1846, and was buried there. 

1 14S6 VI. Laura Sutherland, twin, b. at Pompey, N.Y., 12 Jul)- 1S46; died 
at Pompey, 30 Aug. 1846, and was buried there. 



[487 

1488 



VII. 
VIII. 



Sutherland, twin, not named ; died at birth. 
- Sutherland, twin, not named; died at birth 



Chil. of Charles and Helen Columbia (Woodworth) Campbell. 



4457 



11489 I. Emily fYialvina Campbell, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 18 Ap. 183S; 18335 
married at the Battle Creek Mouse, in Main Street. Battle Creek, Mich., 
5 Aug. 1858, by Rev. Charles Jones, Presbyterian, to Maurice Henry Neale, 

.Seethe //.;,•/(;,•«,*,/.:<,., p. 545. 



1634 



Eighth Generation. 



1 1490 



a merchant, son of Gabriel and Mary (lies) Neale, of \ ate, Gloucester- 
shire En°- where he was horn 28 Feb. 1830. They settled at Battle 
Creek, and were still living there in Dec. 1876; and he was then treasurer 
of the city. 

II Silence Isabelle Campbell, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 29 Ap. 1841 ; 
married at Baldwinsville, X. Y., 1 1 May 1863, by Rev. Mr. Kendall, Pres- 
bvterian to George Wing Freeman, a tobacconist, son of Benjamin and 
Charlotte Foster (Wing) Freeman, of Battle Creek. Mich. He was born 
at Victor X Y 5 March 1S37. They dwelt at Victor till 1865; at Battle 
Creek till 1S70; at Jacksonville, Fla.^ till 1873; then returned to Battle 
Creek, and were living there in Jan. 1S77. He enlisted m Ap. 1S61 in 
1 Co C 2d Reg., Mich. Vol. Infantry; was promoted to be lieut. of the 
company; acted' as aide-de-camp to Gen. Berry, of Maine, and was after- 
ward transferred to the staff of Gen. O. O. Howard, serving in each 
command during all of its active operations; then took part in Gen. 
Sherman's march to the sea ; and served to the end of the war. 

1491 III. Mary Louise Campbell, b. at Battle Creek, Mich.. 21 Aug. 

I 1856; and was living there in Xov. 1S76, unmarried. 



1 1492 



1493 



Chil. of Chester and Ann (Sprague) Morley. 



4459 



Pompey, X. Y., 7 Dec. 1826; a 
1 1846; married at Ira, N.Y., 27 



I. John Sprague Morley, b. 
lawyer; grad. at Hobart Free Colleg 

Jan' 1857, by Rev. Judson Davis, Baptist, to Polly Ann Buck, widow of 
William Fairchild Garlock, of Fulton, X. Y., and dau. of Daniel and 
' Rebecca (Follett) Buck, of Ira. She was born at Hannibal, X. Y., 24 July 
1S23 They settled at Meridian, N. Y., and were still living there in Sept. 
1S76. He has been a trustee of the village of Meridian for fourteen years, 
and, most of that time, its president ; a justice of the peace at Cato, X. Y., 
for ten years ; and a justice of the sessions of the county of Cayuga. 

II Chester Morley, b. at Pompey, X. Y., S March 1S2S; a merchant; 
married at Meridian, X. Y.. 23 Oct. 1850, by Rev. Simon S. Goss, Presby- 

1 terian, to Amelia Clarissa Palmeter, dau. of Obadiah and Miranda (Pox) 
Palmeter, of Cato, X. Y. She was born at La Fayette, X. Y., 1 June 1 83 t. 
;They settled at Meridian, and were still living there in Sept. 1S76; at 
j which time he was postmaster of the village. 

III Lyman Edwin Morley, b. at Cato, X T . Y., 31 March 1834: an 
'artisan; married at Lysander, X. Y.. 23 Feb. 1858, by Rev. Mr. Morse 

i Protestant Reformed, to Ida Adeline Van Liew, dau. ot Frederick and 



Whitney Family 



163 



Agnes (Pumyea) Van Liew, of Lysander, where she was born 23 Aug. 
1835. They settled at Meridian,' N. Y.; and were living there in Sept. 
1876, without children. 

1 1495 IV. Clara Ann f/lorley, b. at Cato, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1S40; and was 
living at Meridian, N. Y., in Sept. 1876, unmarried. 



Chil. of John and Emily (Sprague) Morley. 

1 1496 I. Henry Spencer Morley, b. at Pompey, N. V., 28 Aug. 1830; 
married, 13 Oct. 1856, Helen Maria Mason, dau. of Lyman Hall and 
Betsey (Shepherd) Mason. He died at Jordan, N. Y, 1 8 Aug. 1870, and 
was buried there. She was living at Jordan in Aug. 1876, having married 
second husband named Putnam. 



1497 II. Gideon Morley, b. at Cato, N.Y., 8 Oct. 1835; married at Elb ridge, 
N.Y., 22 Oct. 1858, Ella Sarah Moreland, dau. of Stephen and Catharine 
(Camp) Moreland. The}- were living at Cato in Aug. 1S76. 



4460 



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11498 III. Ellen Theodora Morley, b. at Camillus, X.Y., 26 Ap. 1844; 

and was living at Cato, X. Y, in Aug. 1S7G. 



Chil. of Henry and Belinda (Sprague) Weed. 

1 1499 I. Hiland Augustus Weed, b. at Bouckville, N. V., 28 March 1S34; 
a physician and surgeon; graduated, March 1857, at the Medical School 
of the University of the City of New York; married at Jordan, N. Y., 26 
Oct. 1859, Mary Amanda Paine, dau. of Robert Treat and Cynthia Allen 
1 (Davis) Paine, of Jordan, formerly of Cato, N. Y., where she was born 14 
July 183S. They settled at Jordan, and were still living there in Aug. 
1876. He served as assistant-surgeon of the 17th Reg. of N. Y. S. 
i Volunteers, from May 1861 till 12 Dec. 1 86 1 ; and as surgeon of the 25th 
! Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers, from 12 Dec. 1861 till 13 July 1863. He was 
\ seriously wounded in the knee, at the battle of Hanover Court House, 27 
May 1862, while on duty as acting brigade-surgeon. 



4461 
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1500 II. Ellen Jane Weed, b. at Pompey, N. Y., 13 Sept. 1S30; married 
at Camillus, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1850, by Rev. Dr. Gregory, Protestant Epis- 
copal, to Daniel Warner Marvin, a dealer in flour, son of Norton Francis 
1 and Wealth}' (Warner) Marvin, of Van Buren, N. Y., where he was born 
25 July 1824. They dwelt at Baldwinsville, N. Y., from June 1851 till 



1835: 



i6 3 6 



Eighth Generation. 



1 1502 



503 



March 1S52; at Jordan, N. Y., from Oct. 1S52 till May 1S67; at Forest 
Port, N. Y., till Sept. 1S71; and then settled at Syracuse, N. Y., where 
they were still living in Aug. 1876, at 1 Holland Street. 

III. Theodore Henry Weed, b. at Camillas, N. Y., 9 Nov. 1839; a '8358 

lumberman; married at Baldwinsville, N. Y., 30 Oct. 1872, Aciela Dow, 
born at Westbury, N. Y., 50 Jan. 1 850, dau. of Uriah S. and Maria Louisa 
(Marvin) Dow. They settled at Forest Port, N. Y., and were still living 
there in Oct. 1S7G. lie entered the service, and was commissioned second- 
lieutenant, 2j Sept. 1S61; assisted in raising Co. A, roth Reg., N. Y. 
Cavalry, with which he was mustered into U. S. service, at Elmira, N. Y., 
25 Nov. 1 861; was promoted to be captain, 5 May 1863; major, in the 
same regiment, 12 July 1S63; and was mustered out of service 10 Oct. 
1864. Among the engagements in which he participated were the follow- 
ing: 17 Sept. 1862, Leesburgh, Va. ; 28 Ap. to 9 May 1863, Stoneman's 
raid on Richmond; 12 Oct. 1S63, Sulphur Springs; 14 Oct. 1SG3, Little 
Auburn; — Nov. 1863, Mine Run; 6-8 May 1S64, Spottsylvania ; 11 
May 1S64, Ground Squirrel Creek; 12 May, Richmond; 28 May, Hawe's 
shop; 1 June, Cold Harbor; 2 June, Gaines' Mills; 11 June, Trevilian's 
Station ; 24 June, St. Mary's Church ; 28 June and 16 Aug., Deep Bottom ; 
30 June, Lee's Mills. 

IV. Francis Albert Weed, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1846; a 18359 
i lumberman ; married at Jordan, X. Y., 7 May 1807, Augusta Annette 

De Line, dau. of John and" Harriet 1'. (Marvin) De Line, of Baldwinsville, 
N. Y., where she was born 10 March 1847. They settled at Forest Port, 
N. Y., and were still living there in Oct. 1S76. 



Chil. of Hiram and Wlary (Sprague) Wood. 

I. Hermon Gaylord Wood, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 19 Jan. 1S31; a 

clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church; married at Sacket's 

J Harbor, N. Y., 2 June 1S57, Mary Elizabeth LufT, dau. of Edmund Merritt 

and Eliza (Merritt) Luff, of Sacket's Harbor, where she was born 23 Oct. 

1834. He graduated at Hobart College in 1 8 5 5 ; studied theology under 

Rev. Prof. \V. D. Wilson; was ordained deacon, 25 May 1S56, at Zion 

Church, Rome, N. Y.; and presbyter, 7 June 1857, at Trinity Church, 

j Geneva, N. Y. He took missionary charge of Christ Church, Sacket's 

; Harbor, from 20 July 1856 till 22 Nov. 1858 ; was rector of Grace Church, 

Buffalo, N. Y., from 28 Nov. 1S58 till 5 Nov. 1 863 ; rector of Trinity 

Church, Fayetteville, N. Y., from 17 Jan. 1S64 till 10 Aug. 1864; rector of 

Christ Church, Herkimer, N. Y., from 14 Aug. 1864 till 15 Dec. [S70; 

i rector of Church of The Good Shepherd, Faribault, Minn., from 1 Jan. 1S70 



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till 50 Sept. 1S74; and was living at Sharon, Perm., in Aug 1876, where 
he has been rector of St. John's Church since 1 Nov. 1874. 

II. Aurelia Wood, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 13 March 1833; and was 
living at Fayetteville, N. V., in Jan. 1876. unmarried. 

505 III. Mary Elizabeth Wood, b. at Fayetteville, X. Y. , 1 5 Aug. 1837; '8366 
married there, 2 s Sept. 1 Sou. by her brother, Rev. Hermon Gaylord V\ ood, 
to Henry Holmes Loring, a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 
The Church Almanac, for 1870, calls him rector at Ticonderoga, N. \., 
though he was said to he living at Fayetteville in Jan. 1876, and at Topeka, 
Kansas, in Aug. 1876. 

c 6 IV. Martha Louisa Wood, b. at Camillus, X.Y., 10 Sept 1842; 
married at Fayetteville, X. Y„ 4 June 1873. by Rev. Henry Holmes 
Loring, her brother-in-law. to George Murdoch Andrews; and lived at 
Faribault, Minn., in Jan. 1S76. 

[;0 -' V. Ernma Wood, b at Camillus X. Y., 29 June 1S46; married at 18367 

" ' Fayetteville, N.Y., 27 Jan. i860, by her brother. Rev. Hermon Gaylord 

Wood to Charles Thomas Palmer, a merchant, son of Jen. me Bonaparte 

land Elizabeth Ann (Hibbard) Palmer, of Fayetteville, where he was born 

1 8 Aug. 1845. They settled at Faribault, Minn., and were still living 

1 there in Jan. 1876. 



Chi 



COQ 



of Alonzo and Aurilla (Sprague) Wood. 44^3 

I William Wallace Wood, b. at Elbridge, X. Y., 17 Feb. 1834; a 18360 
book-keeper ; married at Elbridge, 2 May 1855, by Rev. Alonzo \\ heelock, 
Baptist to Sarah Maria Brown, dau. of Caleb and Cynthia Maria (Bennett) 
Brown 'of Elbridge, where she was born 16 Ap. 1835. He dwelt at Stevens 
Point, Wis., till "1857; at Rockford, 111., from i8;y to [869; and then 
returned to Elbridge, where they were still living in March 1876. 

II. Charlotte Clarissa Wood, b. at Elbridge, X. Y., 15 Feb. 1837 ;_ 18371 

1 married there, 3 Oct. 1859, William Curney Stevens, a merchant, son of 

'Thomas and Mary (Dver) Stevens, of Elbridge, where he was born 6 heb. 

1824 They dwelt at Elbridge till 186;.; at Chicago, 111., till 1800; at 

Elbridge till 1S68; at Chicago til! 1S69; and then settled at Dixon, 111., 

where they were still living in Feb. 1876. 

J III. Byron Alonzo Wood, b. at Elbridge, X. Y., 13 Sept. 1838; a 18376 
merchant; married at Jordan, X. Y., 25 Ap. 1865. Anne Eliza Porter, dau 



! i6*8 



Eigh th Genera lion. 



of William and Ellen Jane (Manchester) Porter, of Jordan, where she was 
born. They settled at Elbridge ; where she died iS Feb. 1866, and was 
buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. He married (2d), 25 June 1868, at 
Elbridge, Clementine Melien Merriman, dau. of L)r. Titus and Polly 
(Backer) Merriman, of Elbridge, where she was born 27 Sept. 1841. 
They were living at Elbridge in Jan. 1877. H' s manuscript Genealogy of 
the Wood Family, gathered at much cost ol labor and money, was burned, 
with his store, at Elbridge, in 1875. He was a lieut. in the 145th Reg., 
N. Y. S. Vols., in the war of 1861. 



IV. IViary Letitia Wood, b. at Elbridge, N. Y., 7 May 1841; married 
there, 16 fan. 1S65, Byron Mortimer Callenc'er, son of Ezekiel and Ann 
(Dyer) Callender, of Manlius, N. Y. He was born at Eagle Village, in 
Manlius, 23 Aug. 1828. They settled at Chicago, 111.; and were still living 
there in Jan. 1876, at 351 East Indiana Street, without children. He 
served throughout the war of 1861, as captain in the 1st Reg. of Missouri 
Light Artillery; and was afterward appointed a revenue-officer at Chicago. 



Chil. of Henry Van Schaack and Clarissa (Sprague) 
McMechan. 

11512 I. Clarissa Van Schaack EV'icMechan, b. near Baldwinsville, N. Y., 
21 Now 1849; and was living with her mother in 1S76, unmarried. 

11513 II. Lydia Margaret F.lcMeclian, b. near Baldwinsville, N. Y., 23 
July 1853; and was living with her mother in 1 S76, unmarried. 



4464 



Child of William P. and Charlotte (Sprague) Stewart. 44^5 

1 1514 I. Byron Alonzo Stewart, was living at Northfield, Minn., in 1S76. 



Chil. of Jeremiah and Mary Ann (Sprague) Selkrig. 4466 

11515 I. Addison Gardner Selkrig, b. at Rochester, N.Y.; and was buried 



at Manlius, N. V 



1151G II. Charles Henry Selkrig, b. at Rochester, N. Y.; and was buried 

at Utica, X. Y. 





Whitney Family. 


1639 




Child of Charles Henry and Helen (Scranton) Sprague. 


44/"o 


ii 5 1 7 


I. Arthur A. Sprague, was living at Utica, N. Y., in Sept. 1S76. 






Chil. of Anson Sprague and Ellen (Bisdee) Woodworth. 


447 1 


1 1 5 1 8 


I. William Fletcher Woodworth, b. at Camillus, N.Y., 25 March 

1852; died at Durand, Wis., 22 June 1872, and was buried there. 




11519 


II. Anson Everett Woodworth, b. at Butler, N.Y., 28 May 1854 ; 
and was living at Durand, Wis., in Oet. 1S76, unmarried. 




1 1520 


III. Ella Woodworth, b. at Sodus, N. Y., 11 .May 1857; and wa5 
living at Durand, Wis., in Oct. 1876, unmarried. 




1 1521 


IV. Maude Woodworth, b. at Baldwinsville, N.Y., 16 Sept. 1S62; 
died at Baldwinsville, 28 Jan. 1865, and was buried there. 




"3" 


V. Samuel Bisdee Woodworth, b. at Baldwinsville, N. Y., 15 Aug. 
18G5. 




"S23 


VI. Alfred Claude Woodworth, b. at Durand, Wis., 11 Oct. 1S71. 






Chil. of William Mattie and Fanny (Bisdee) Woodworth. 


4473 


11524 


I. Wilmer Woodworth. 




11525 


II. Charles Woodworth. 




11526 


III. Elmer Woodworth. 




11527 


IV. Jenny L. Woodworth. 




1 1528 


V. Claribel Woodworth. 






Chil. of Lyman and Sarah Augusta (Woodworth) Dwight. 


4474 


11529 


I. Orrin Edgar Dwight, b. at South Butler, N.Y., 30 Oct. 1S54; died 
29 Nov. 1S54. 




11530 


II. Flora Adeline Dwight, b. at Savannah, N Y., 6 Ap. 1856. 





Whitney Family 



1639 



Child of Charles Henry and Helen (Scranton) Sprague. 44/0 

I. Arthur A. Sprague, was living at Utica, X. Y., in Sept. 1876. 



.,, 



Chil. of Anson Sprague and Ellen (Bisdee) Woodworth. 

I. William Fletcher Woodworth, b. at Camillas N.Y., 25 March 

1852 ; died at Durand, Wis., 22 June 1872, and was buried there. 

II. Anson Everett Woodworth, b. at Butler, N.Y., 28 May 1854 ; 
and was living at Durand, Wis., in Oct. 1876, unmarried. 

III. Ella Woodworth, b. at Sodus, N. Y., 11 May 1S57; and was 
living at Durand, Wis., in Oct. 1876, unmarried. 

IV. Maude Woodworth, b. at Baldwinsville, N.Y., 16 Sept. 1S62 ; 
died at Baldwinsville, 28 Jan. 1865, and was buried there. 

V. Samuel Bisdee Woodworth, b. at Baldwinsville, N. Y., 15 Aug. 
1865. 

VI. Alfred Glaude Woodworth, b. at Durand, Wis., 11 Oct. 187 1. 



1524 



Chil. of William Mattie and Fanny (Eisdee) Woodworth. 

I. Wilmer Woodworth. 

II. Charles Woodworth, 

III. Elmer Woodworth. 

IV. Jenny L. Woodworth. 

V. Claribel Woodworth. 



Chil. of Lyman and Sarah Augusta (Woodworth) Dwight. 

I. Orrin Edgar Dwight, b. at South Butler, N.Y., 30 Oct. 1S54; died 
29 Nov. 1854. 



4473 



II. Flora Adeline Dwight, b. at Savannah, N. V., 6 Ap. 1856. 



1640 Eighth Generation. 

11531 III. Frederick Lyman Dwight, b. at East LeRoy, Mich., 5 May 

1S64. 

1 1 532 IV. George Edward Dwight, b. at Battle Creek, Mich., 11 Sept. 
186S ; died 18 Feb. 1S71. 

1 1533 V. Eva Melissa Dwight, b. at Battle Creek, Mich., 7 Feb. 1871. 



Chil. of William and Eliza Jane (Armstrong) Porter. 

I. Jerome Eonaparte Porter, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1S40; 
and was living there in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 

II William Armstrong Porter, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 23 June 
1852 ; and was living there in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 



1537 
IS38 



1 1 540 



1 1 542 



Chil. of Aaron and Julia Ann (Armstrong) Bell. 

I. Electa Lovina Be!!, b. at Camillas, N. Y., 29 May 1835; married 
in March 1S64, at Beloit, Wis., by Rev. C. D. Pillsbury, Methodist Epis- 
copal, to Lyman Seaver, son of Lyman and Sarah (Woodard) Seaver; 
with whom she was living at Allen's Grove, Wis., in Jan. 1877. 

II. Homer Alonzo Eel!, b. at Camillus, N.Y., 22 Oct. 1836. 

III. William Lester Bell, b. at Penfield, X. Y, 20 Nov. 1837; di <-' d 
at Walworth, Wis., 8 Nov. 1853, and was buried there. 

IV. Rowena Bell, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 14 Dec. 183S; married in 
July 1872, at Kankakee, III, John Welch, formerly of Albany, N. Y. 
They were living at Bloomfield, Iowa, in Jan. 1877. 

V. Silence Orselia Bell, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 1 July 1840; married 
at Delavan, Wis., 25 Dec. 1S66, by Rev. Mr. Colley, Congregational, to 
Julius C Wolcott, son of Wyatt and Polly (Woodruff) Wolcott. They 
were living at Leroy, 111., in Jan. 1877. 

VI. Corinthia Jane Bell, b. at Walworth, Wis , 8 March 1844; died 
at Walworth, 18 July 1845, ancl uas buried there. 

VII. Charles Emmett Bell, b. at Walworth, Wis., 5 Nov. 1845; <J' ed 
at Walworth, 18 Ap. 1848, and was buried there. 



4477 



1640 



Eisrhth Generation. 



1 53 1 III- Frederick Lymsn Dwight, b. at East LeRoy, Mich., 5 May 
1S64. 

1532 IV. George Edward Dwight, b. at Battle Creek, Mich., 11 Sept. 
I 868 ; died 18 Feb. 1871. 

1533 V. Eva Melissa Dwight, b. at Battle Creek, Mich., 7 Feb. 1871. 



Chil. of William and Eliza Jane (Armstrong) Porter. 



1 1534 I. Jerome Eonaparte Porter, b. at Ridgeway, N. V., 25 Dec. 1840; 
and was living there in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 

1 1535 II William Armstrong Porter, b. at Ridgeway, N. V., 23 June 
1852 ; and was living there in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 



Chil. of Aaron and Julia Ann (Armstrong) Bell. 



H537 
I153S 



I. Electa Lovina Be!!, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 29 May 1835; married 
in March 1864, at Beloit, Wis., by Rev. C. D. Pillsbury, Methodist Epis- 
copal, to Lyman Seaver, son of Lyman and Sarah (YVoodard) Seaver ; 
with whom she was living at Allen's Grove, Wis., in Jan. 1877. 

II. Homer Alonzo Bel!, b. at Camillus N. Y., 22 Oct. 1836. 

III. William Lester Bell, b. at Penfield, N. Y, 20 Nov. 1S37; died 
at Walworth, Wis., 8 Nov. 1853, and was buried there. 



5379 



1539 IV. Rowena Ecll, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 14 Dec. 183S; married in 
Jul\' 1S72, at Kankakee, 111., John Welch, formerly of Albany, N. Y. 
The>' were living at Bloomfield, Iowa, in Jan. 1877. 

1540 V. Silence Orselia Bell, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 1 July 1S40; married 
at Delavan, Wis., 25 Dec. 1S66, by Rev. Mr. Colley, Congregational, to 
Julius C Wolcott, son of Wyatt and Polly (Woodruff) Wolcott. They 
were living at Leroy, 111., in Jan. 1877. 



VI. Corinthia Jane Bell, b. at Walworth, Wis , S March 1844; died 
at Walworth, 18 July 1845, and was buried there. 



VII. Charles Emmett Bell, b. at Walworth, Wis., 5 Nov. 1845; died 
at Walworth, 18 Ap. 1848, and was buried there. 



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1 64 1 



Chil. of Jeremiah and Louisa Maria (Armstrong) Prescott. 

1 1543 I. Wilbur Fisk Prescott, b. at Knowlesvillc, N.Y., 7 Sept. 1847; and 
was living at 1 8 Fort Street, East Detroit, Mich., in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 

1 1544 II, Helen Louisa Prescott, b. at Knowlesvillc, X. Y., 14 June 1S49; 
and was living at Medina, X. Y., in Jan. 1S77, unmarried. 



Chil. of William James and Phebe (Hiesrodt) Armstrong. 

1545 I. Helen Elizabeth Armstrong, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 26 Aug. 

1842; married at Coldwater, Mich., 22 May 1865, Samuel Ives Treat, a 

! carriage-maker, born at Ovid, Mich., 19 Aug. 1840, son of Samuel Marshall 
and Fanny (Ives) Treat. They settled at Coldwater, Mich., and were still 
living there in Jan. 1877. He- enlisted for three years, at Palos, 111., in Co. 
F, 100th Reg., 111. Volunteers, during the war of 1S61. 

1546 II. Ann Phiiinda Armstrong, b. at Ovid, Mich., 18 May 1845; 
married at Coldwater, Mich., 4 July 1S6S, Charles Wilson, a farmer, son of 

; Levi and Olive (Upton) Wilson, of Ovid. He was born in Oakland Co., 
Mich., 1 1 Aug. 1S56. They settled at Ovid, and were still living there in 
Jan. 1877. He served for three years, in the 1 ith Reg. of Mich. Volunteers, 
during the war of 186 1. 



4479 
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1 1547 III. Ira P/iartin Armstrong, b. at Ovid, Mid 
Ovid, 20 Feb. i860, and was buried there. 



Ap. 1850; died at 



1548 I IV. Orissa Armstrong, twin, b. at Ovid, Mich., 10 May 1854 
at Ovid, 8 Sept. 1S54, and was buried there. 



died 



11549 V. Clarissa Armstrong, twin, b. at Ovid, Mich., 10 May 1S54; died 
at Ovid, 1 1 Sept. 1854, and was buried there. 

11550 VI. William Henry Armstrong, b. at Ovid, Mich., 24 July 1855; 
and was living there in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 



Chil. of John Wood and Eleanor (McArthur) Armstrong. 

1 1551 I. Henry Armstrong, b. at Knowlesville, X. Y., 11 Sept. 1841. He 
enlisted in 1861, in the 2d Reg. of Wis. Cavalry, and served till the end of j 



44S0 



1642 



'553 



554 



Eigh th Gen ci \ 7 tion . 



1 1556 

1 1557 

1 1 558 

1 1559 

1 1 560 



1561 



II. George Armstrong, b. at Knowlcsville, N. Y., 14 Dec. 1843; 
died at Knowlcsville, 1 Sept. 1845, and xva = buried there. 

III. Julia Armstrong, b. at Knowlcsville, N. Y., 3 Sept. 1845; mar- 
ried at Elkhorn, Wis., 6 Feb. 1S63, Mark Lewis, who was accidentally killed 
by the discharge of his gun, while hunting, 3 Oct. 1865. She married 
(id), 6 May 1869, Leman W. Lee. They were living at Washington, Kans., 
in Jan. 1877. 

IV. Philinda Jane Armstrong, b. at Knowlcsville, N. Y., 1 1 May 
[847 ; died at Knowlcsville, 25 June 1847, ancl uas buried there. 

V. Charies Birden Armstrong, b. at Knowlcsville, N. Y., 11 Aug. 
1S48 ; married at Walworth, Wis., 30 Oct. 1869, Lucy Violet Church, who 
was born at Walworth, 25 Oct. 1850. They were living at Deiavan, Wis., 
in Jan. 1877. He served for nine months in Co. K, 46th Reg., Wis. Vol. 

; Infantry, during the war of 1861. 

VI. John Armstrong, b. at Knowlcsville, X. Y., 14 May 1S50. 

VII. David Armstrong, b. at Walworth, Wis., 6 Feb. 1852. 

VIII. Florence Livona Armstrong, b. at Walworth, Wis., 30 Ap. 
1854. 

IX. Eliza Jane Armstrong, b. at Walworth, Wis., 30 June 1856. 

X. Emma Armstrong, b. at Walworth, Wis., 3 Sept. 1S5S. 



Chil. of Edwin and Fanny (Armstrong) Hiesrodt. 



4481 



I. Marcus Floyd Hiesrodt, b. at Ovid, Mich., 30 Jan. 1849; married 18393 
at Coldwater, Mich., 2 Ap. 1S72, by Rev. Mr. Porter, Presbyterian, to Lois 
i Davis, of Coldwater. They settled' at Ovid, and were living there in Jan. 

I 1877. 

11562 II. Ella Philinda Hiesrodt, b. at Ovid, Mich., 17 March 1851; died 
at Ovid, 17 May 1S67, and was buried there, in a family cemetery. 

1 1563 J III. Eugene Wilbur Hiesrodt, b. at Ovid, Mich., 2 Oct. 1853 ; and 

was living there in Jan. 1877, unmarried. 



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Chil. of David and Eunice Caroline (Tanner) Armstrong. j 44S2 

15G4 I. Frank Adelaide Armstrong, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 27 Sept. 
1S47; died at Ovid, .Mich., 13 Jan. 1858, and was buried there. 

1565 II. Mary Arabelle Armstrong, b. at Ridgeway, N. Y., 9 March 
1S50; died at Ridgeway, 3 Sept. 1852, and was buried there. 

1 566 III. Frederick Benjamin Armstrong, b. at Ovid, Mich, 6 Dec. 
1859, and was living with his father, at Medina, N V., in Jan. 1877. 



Chil. of James Dunham and Esther Malvina (Woodworth) Wood. y'" 



■ -\-\. 



567 I. Edson Samuel Wood, b. at Butler, N. Y, 31 Jan. 1844: a 
farmer; married at West Eaton, X. Y.. 25 Dec. 1876, Henrietta Leone 
Darrow, dau. of Franklin and Henrietta Darrow, of West Eaton, where she 
was born 27 Nov. 1S55. She grad. at the State Normal School, Oswego, 
N. Y. ; and was living at South Butler, X. Y., in Jan. 1S77. He has been 
a justice of the peace since 1 874. 

56S II. Charles Woodworth Wood, b. at Savannah, X. Y., 16 Jan. 
1851; a farmer; was living at South Butler, X. Y., in Jan. 1877, un- 
married. 



Chil. of William and Charlotte Ann (Abrams) Wood. (44?6 

(4522 

1 1569 I. Nathan S. Wood, b. at Savannah, X. Y., 27 May 1S52; died in 
Feb. 1853, at Savannah, and was buried there. 

1 1570 II. Frank Eugene Wood, b. at Savannah, N. Y., 27 Ap. 1854; and 
was living at South Butler, N.Y., in Jan. 1S77. 

11571 III. Alice Eidarette V/ood, b. at Savannah, N. Y., 28 March 1S56; 
married, 10 March 1874, Edward James Tyler, son of James and Mary 
(Stephenson) Tyler; and was living at South Butler, X. Y., in Jan. 1S77. 

I 1 1572 IV. Leon Sprague Wood, b. at Savannah, X. Y, 2 Aug. 1S5S. 

573 V. Hiram Cipson Wood, b. at Savannah, X.Y., 19 Sept. 1S65. 



[644 



Eighth ( feneration. 



Chil. of Truman Adams and Ruth Maria (Cillet) Chandler. 



1 1574 I. J^mes Edwin Chandler, b. at Porter, Ohio, 24 Dec. 1S3S; a 1S394 

farmer; married at Sunbury, Ohio, 27 Oct. 1S61, by Elder Grovcr, 

: Christian, to Margaret SchafTer, dan. of Christopher and Catharine 

(Honeywell) Schafier, from Kingston, Penn., where she was born 10 June 

1 83 1. ' The\' were living near Columbus Grove, Ohio, in Feb. 1S77. 



"575 



5/6 



U577 



■578 



II. William Henry Chandler, b. at Porter, Ohio, 17 Dec. 1840; a 18396 
farmer; married at her father's house, 28 Jan. 1869, by Rev. C. B. Steman, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Lydia E.-enneman, dau. of David and Leah (Steman) 

, Brenneman, of Marion, Ohio, formerly of Jackson, Ohio, where she was 
born 14 Ap. 1S50. They were living at Delphos, Ohio, in Feb. 1S77. He 

'enlisted, 2 Sept. 1861, in the 57th Reg. of Ohio Vol. Infantry; and was 
discharged 1 1 Sept. 1864, having taken part in battles at Pittsburgh Land- 
ing, Arkansas Post, Yicksburgh, and Jackson, Miss., besides those of the 
Atlanta campaign. 

III. Oscar Edson Chandler, b. at Leon, N. Y., 11 Oct. 1S42; a 1S398 
farmer; married, 20 June 1864, by Esquire Harris, of Putnam Co., Ohio, 

: to Sarah Clevenger, dau. of Eli and Elizabeth (Vaughn) Clevenger. 
j They were living at Pacific Junction, Iowa, in Feb. 1877. 

IV. Francis Philamon Chandler, b. at Sparta, Ohio, 30 Oct. 
1849; a farmer; married at Jackson, Ohio, 2 Oct. 1S73, by Rev. Enos 
Foster, Methodist Episcopal, to Mary Ann Shindler, dau. of Andrew and 

I Susanna (Thompson) Shindler. The)' were living near Delphos, Ohio, in 
' Feb. 1S77, without children. 

V. rViary Elizabeth Chandler, b. at Sunbury, Ohio, 28 Sept. 1854; 18401 
'married at Jackson, Ohio, 27 Sept. 1874, by Rev. Enos Foster, Methodist 

, Episcopal, to Ceorge Shindler, a farmer. They were living at Kalida, 
' Ohio, in March 1877. 



Chil. of William and Almira Antoinette (Chandler) Titus. 
1579 I I. George Titus, residence unknown. 
15S0 ' II. Horace Titus, was living at Buffalo, N. Y., in Feb. 1S77. 



in Alabama Street, Buffalo, N.Y., in Feb. 
IV. Sarah Hatch Titus, was living at Marilla. N. V., in Feb. 1877. 



115S1 III. Byron Titus, was 

1877. 



1582 



/ / 7/ itn cy Fa m ily. l &45 



Chil. of Nathan Wood and Mary (Colvin) Chandler. 4497 

11583 I. Almond Coivin Chandler, b at Hamburgh, X. Y., 25 Sept. 18402 
1846; married in Oct. 1871. by a .Methodist minister, to Jane Carter, dan. 

of Jacob and Elizabeth (Tupper) Carter. They settled at Spring Vale, 
Wis., and were living there in Feb. 1877. 

1 1 584 II. Hiram Albert Chandler, b. at Hamburgh, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1849; 'S403 
married by her father, a Free Baptist minister, to Emma Whiting, dau. oi 

Rev. Warren and Lorinda (Keith) Whiting. They settled at Waupun, 
Wis., and were living there in Feb. 1877. 

1 1 585 III. Sarah Rowena Chandler, b. at Hamburgh, N. Y., 26 March 
1851. 

Child of Nathan Wood and Lucinda Nims (Skinner) Chandler. 4497 

1 1586 IV. Nathan Worthington Chandler, b. at Hamburgh, N. Y., 3 
June 1S70 



Chil. of William Edson and Sylvia Jane (Harmon) Chandler. 4499 

1587 I. Betsey Jane Chandler, b. at Leon, X. V., 6 Mav 1846; married 18405 
in 1864, at Fond du Lac, Wis., by Rev. J. T. Woodhead, Methodist 
Episcopal, to James Orlando Cummings. He served in the war of I 86 1, 
in Co. K, 3d Reg., Wis. Vols. They were living at Waupun, Wis., in Feb. 
1S77. 

[588 II. Ellen Amanda Chandler, b. at Leon, X. V., 4 July 1S48; mar- 
ried at Waupun, Wis., 4 July 1S67, by Rev. E. X. Wright,' Free Baptist, to 
Lorenzo Dow Wood, son of Oliver Hubbard and Almina (Day) Wood. 
j He served in the war of 1861, in Co. K, 3d Reg., Wis. Volunteers, and was 
! wounded in the leg at Antietam. She died at Waupun, 8 Oct. 1869, an ^ 
' was buried there, in Mound Forest Cemetery. He was living at Freeborn, 
Minn., in Feb. 1S77. 

1589 III. Lovisa Airsteen Chandler, b. at Leon, X. V., 29 Aug. 1850: 
died at Waupun, Wis.. 4 Nov. 1 S 5 5 , and was buried there, in Mound Forest 
Cemetery. 



1 1590 IV. Emma Retta Chandler, b. at Waupun, Wis., 17 Ap. 1S56. 

I 

11591 V. Nelly Delphine Chandler, b. at Waupun. Wis., 15 July 1S60. 



i6 4 6 



Eioh iJi Genera (ion . 



Child of James Darwin and Elvira (Perkins) Chandler. 

11592 I. Ceoree C. Chandler, b. at Aurora, N. Y.; was living with his 

uncle, Nathan Wood Chandler, at Hamburgh, X.Y., in Feb. 1877. 



H593 



1 1 594 



1 1 595 



596 



Chil. of Bleeker Evans and Jane Amanda (Wood) Childs. 

I. Theoclosia Antoinette Childs, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 5 June 
1 841; married at Smithfield, Ind., 19 Feb. 1863, by Rev. Henderson 
Wedney, Protestant Methodist, to Henry A. Twilling, a merchant, born six 
miles north of Utica, N. Y., 27 May 1836, son of Henry and Julia Ann 
(Howald) Twilling. They were living at State Centre, Iowa, in Aug. 
1876. 

II. Marvin Richardson Childs, b at Sennet, N. Y., 30 March 
1843; enlisted, iS Feb. 1864, in Co. C, 28th Reg., Ind. Yol. Infantry; 
marched to Ringgold, Ga., where he was attacked by typhus fever; died in 
Cumberland hospital, Nashville, Tenn., 28 June 1864, and was buried in 
Nashville Cemetery. 

III. Miriam Eliza Childs, b. at South Butler, N. V., 6 Aug. 1844; 
married at Waterloo, Ind., 4 May 1865, by Esquire Long, to Edward 
Hamilton Campbell, a farmer, born at Bath, Ohio, 14 Aug. 1 841, son of 
Abel and Jane (Taylor) Campbell. They settled at Waterloo, and were 
living there in Aug. 1876. 

IV. Martha Jane Childs, b. at South Butler, N.Y., 10 Jan. 1847; 

and was living at State Centre, Iowa, in Aug. 187C, unmarried. 



4502 
[8408 



8410 



1 ' 597 



V. Frances Cornelia Childs, b. at Fairfield, Ind., 13 Ap. 1S50; 
died there, 12 Sent. 1851, and was buried in Fairfield Centre Cemeterv. 



1 1598 VI. Charles Henry Childs, b. at Smithfield, Ind., 23 Dec. 1S52; a 
carpenter; was living at Hudson, Ind., in Aug. 1876. 

11599 VII. Sarah Ann Chiids, b. at Smithfield, Ind., 25 Aug. 1855; a 
teacher of music ; was living at Hudson, Ind., in Aug. 1876. 

1 1600 VIII. Anson Alvin Childs, b. at Smithfield, Ind., 28 Aug. 1S5S; 
died there, 1 Feb. 1859, and was buried at Fairfield Centre, Ind. 



Whitney Family 



164; 



Chil. of Jeremiah Wi 



and Lucinda (Wood) Kasson. 



601 I. Emily Jane Kasson, b. at Camillas, X. Y.. 13 Aug. [838; married 
there, 10 March 1862, Chauncey Earl Hunt, a farmer, son of Jesse and 
Betsey (Britton) Hunt, of Howlet Hill, in Onondaga, N. V., where he 
was born 31 July 1S32. They were living at Camillus in Aug. 1S76. 



1602 II. Edwin Kasson, b. at Camillus, N.Y. 
1S40, and was buried at Camillus. 



14 June 1S40; died 15 June 



1 1603 III. Ftfary Frances Kasson, b. at Camillus, X. Y., 14 May 1S41 ; 
married there, 22 June [865, Alfred Hall, a carriage-maker, son of Ira and 
Emma (Skidmore) Hall, of Jamesville, X. Y. He was born at Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y., 3 .May 1S36. They were living at Camillus in Aug. 1876. He 
enlisted, 2 Sept. 1861, as private in Co. I, 3d Reg., X. Y. S. Vol. Cavalry; 
and was discharged as orderly-sergeant, 8 Sept. 1S64, having taken part in 
the battles of Ball's Bluff, Va., Petersburgh, Va., Drury's Bluff, \*a., Swift 
Creek, Va., Winchester, Va., Trawter's Creek, X. C, and Little Washing- 
ton, N. C. 

11604 IV - William Adolphus Kasson, b. at Camillus, X. Y., 15 May 
1846; a farmer; married at Beachville, Out, 3 Jan. 1S6S, Nelly Vickery, 
dau. of Jonathan and Lucretia Vickery, of Beachville. She was born at 
Youngstown, X. Y., 3 Ma)- 1846. Thev were living at Camillus in Aug. 
1S76. He enlisted in Aug. 1S63, in Co. I, 15th Reg., X. Y. S. Vol. 
Cavalry; and served till Sept. 1S65. 

1 1605 V. Samuel Harvey Kasson, b. at Camillus, N. Y., 21 Dec. 1S4S; a 
farmer; married at Boston, Mass., 19 Oct. 1872, Elizabeth Jane Ritchie, 
dau. of William and Rebecca (Brownell) Ritchie, of Moncton, X. B., 
where she was born 12 March 1S50. They were living at Camillus in 
Aug. 1876. 

1 1606 VI. Ralph Saville Kasson, b. at Camillus, X. Y., 7 July 1S5S; died 
at Camillus, 3 Ap. 1863, and was buried there. 

1 1607 ■ VII. Una Day Kasson, b. at Camillus, X. Y, 12 Oct. 1861. 



Chil. of Chauncey Parks and Emily (Wood) Eurghdufr. 

1160S I. Alice Lind Gertrude Burghduff, married Edward Calloway. 

They were living at Wolcott, X. Y., in Aug. 1S76, with two children, whose 
names have not been ascertained. 



4303 
[S414 



[8416 



1842 



1 648 Eighth Generation. 



1 1609 II. Catharine Melissa Burghduff, married, in 1868, Fidelis Searie; 
and was living at South Butler, X. Y., in Aug. 1S76. After serving 
throughout the war of 1S61, he died from the effect of his wounds, and 
was buried at South Butler. 

11610 III. Frances Josephine Eurghcluff, was living at South Butler, 
N. V., in Aug. 1S76; a student. 

1 161 1 IV. Fanny Elizabeth Burghduff, died 11 Oct. 1855, aged two 
years, and was buried in the same grave with her mother, at Marshall, 
Mich. 



Chil. of William and Mary Antoinette (Wood) Fowler. 

1612 I. George C. Fowler, b. at South Butler, N. Y., 2S Nov. 1S-14; a 
farmer; died suddenly, 5 Oct. 1S72, while visiting friends at Waterloo, 111., 
and was buried at South Butler. 

1613 II. Marcus Stuart Fowler, b. at South Butler, N.Y., 26 Jan. 1S51; 
a teacher and farmer. 

1614 HI. Minnie Cheerful Fowler, b. at South Butler, N. Y., 20 Feb. 
1S64. 



Child of John Livingston and Frances Amerilla (Wood) Clapp. 45°°' 

161 5 I. Cassius Marius Clapp, b. at Butler, N. Y., 10 June 1S49; mar- 
ried at her father's house, 21 Oct. 1S6S, Lora Proceous, dau. of Edward 
B. and Semantha (Pulver) Proceous, of Huron, N. Y., where she was born 
13 Oct. 1847. T lle >' wer '-' living at Sodus Point, N. Y„ in Aug. 1876, 
without children. He served in the war of 1861 for more than three 
years, enlisting before he was fifteen years old. 

Child of Christopher Columbus and Frances Amerilla (Wood) Caywood. 4506 

1616 II. William C. Caywood, b. at Butler, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1863. 



Chil. of Benham Samuel and Silence Theresa (Craw) Wood. 45°7 

1617 I. Edward Alvin Wood, b. at Butler, N. Y, 19 June 1S57; died at 

Butler, 20 March 1872, and was buried there. 



Whitney Family 



1161S ' II. Eva Una Wood, b. at Butler, N. Y., 7 Ap. 1S63. 

1 1619 III. Mary Edith Wood, b. at Butler, N. V., 6 July 1871. 



Chil. of Anson Sprague and Martha Louise (Vickery) Wood. 

1 1620 : I. William Clark Wood, b. at Lyons, N. Y., 22 Oct. 1858. 

1 162 1 II. Robert Alvin Wood, b. at Lyons, N. Y., 1 1 Ap. i860. 

1 1622 ; III. Fanny Loraine Wood, b. at South Butler, N. Y., 14 Nov. 1S67 
'died at Wolcott, N. Y., 13 June 1874, and was buried at South Butler. 

11623 IV. Frederick Gould Wood, b. at Alloway, N. Y., 27 June 1873. 



Chil. of William Schenck and Frances Dunham (Heal) Wood. 

1 1624 I. Alice Irene Wood, b. at Milo, Iowa, 13 Dec. 1859. 

1 1625 II. Mary Qliva Wood, b. at Milo, Iowa, 7 March 1S62. 

1 1626 ' III. Grace Elizabeth Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 14 Sept. 1S64. 

1 1627 \ IV. Edson Wood, b. at Lima, Wis., 1 Dec. 1S68; and died there, 21 
Dec. 186S. 

Chil. of William Schenck and Alice Jane (Belden) Wood. 

162S V. Minnie Mabel Eva Wood, b. at Lima, Wis., 8 Sept. 1S72. 

1 1629 VI. Charier, Edward Wood, b. at Lima, Wis., 8 May 1874. 



Chil. of Robert Bruce and Louisa Susanna (Conway) Wood. 45 ; 

1 1630 I. Margaret Bell Wood, b. at Lima, Wis., 15 Aug. 1874. 

11631 I II. Florence Elizabeth Wood, b. at Lima, Wis,, 25 Oct. 1S76. 



i6;o 



1 163: 



11634 



11635 

11636 



11637 

11638 
11639 

1 1640 

1 1641 

1 1642 

1 1643 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of William Edwards and Ruth Sabrina (Barlow) Wood. 

I. Whitney Lafrance Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 14 Sept. 1855; 
and was living there in Dec. 1876. 



1633 j II. Nathan Duano Wood, b. at Durand, VVi 
was living at Delavan, Wis., in Dec. 1876. 



May 1S62 ; and 



Child of John Abraham and Mary Eliza (Wood) Cilbort. 

I. Nathan Smith Raymond Gilbert, b. at Millville, N. Y., 27 Feb. 
1874. 



Chil. of Nathan Smith and Sarah Eliza Mary Louisa (Paine) Wood. 

I. Harriet Ann Wood, b. at Saginaw, Mich., 9 Aug. 1S71. 

II. Smith Palmer Wood, b. at Saginaw, Mich., 14 Dec. 1S75. 



Chil. of Lorenzo Cidney and Hannah Jane (Smith) Wood. 

I. Ada Marilla Charlotte Wood, b. at Green Lake, Wis, 19 
1850; died at Durand, Wis., 6 Feb. 1866, and was buried in Di 
Cemetery. 

II. Clara Priscilla Wood, b. at Green Lake, Wis., 16 Aug. ; 
1 and was living at Durand, Wis., in Dec. 1S76, unmarried. 



4515 



4516 



451/ 



Aug. 
rand 



III. Frank Smith Wood, b. at Green Lake, Wis., 5 May 1855 
was living at Durand, Wis., in Dec. 1876, unmarried. 



IV. James Kilbourn Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 17 Dec. 1S57. 

V. Lorenzo Cidney Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 27 Sept. 1S59 ; 
there, 7 March 1866, and was buried in Durand Cemetery. 

VI. Warren Edgar Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 12 Oct. 1861. 

VII. Nelly Eva Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 16 Feb. 1864. 





Whitney Family. 


165I 




Chil. of Lorenzo Cidney and Harriet Azubah (Taylor) Wood. 


45 1 7 


1 1644 VIII. Henry Lorenzo Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 24 Jan. 186S. 




11645 


IX. Harriet Bell Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 5 Oct. 1870; died there, 
14 Sept. 1871, and was buried in Durand Cemetery. 






Chil. of Amos and Louisa Maria (Wood) Safford. 


45 18 


1 1646 


I. Phebe Olivia Safford, b. at Camillus, N. V., 20 Aug. 1844; died 
at Walworth, Wis., 25 May 1S46, and was buried there. 




1 1647 


II. James Geddes Safford, b. at Walworth, Wis., 16 Dec. 1846; 
died at Walworth, 6 March 1847, an ^ was buried there. 




1.648 


III. Olivia Jane Safford, b. at Walworth, Wis., 7 Sept. 184S; married 
there, 6 May 1869, Harvey Efner Smith, son of Sylvester and Lydia 
(Earls) Smith. They settled at Sharon, Wis., and were living there in 
Feb. 1877. 


18423 


1 1649 


IV. Ada Marcelia Safford, b. at Walworth, Wis., 20 March 1854; 
died at Walworth, iS Oct. 1854, and was buried there. 






Chil. of Charles James and Helen Jane (Wood) Fox. 


4519 


1 1650 


I. Psfiay Theodora Fox, b. at Durand, Wis., 15 Oct. 1867. 




1 1651 


II. Frederick James Fox, b. at Durand, Wis., 17 Jul)- 1872. 




1,652 


III. Helen Wood Fox, b. at Durand, Wis., 14 Jan. 1876. 






Chil. of Warren Woodworth and Rosetta (Woods) Wood. 


4520 


n653 


I. Walter James Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 25 Dec. 1865. 




11654 


II. Catharine Rosetta Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 6 July 1867. 




1 1655 ; III. Raymond Westhrook Wood, b. at Durand, Wis., 1 1 Feb. 1873. 

1 





16: 



Eighth Generation. 



1 1656 



11657 



11658 



1659 



Child of Gaylord and Mary E. (Willis) Abrams. 45-3 

I. Clarence Lester Abrams, was living at S36 Greenwich Street, 
New York, in Jan. 1877. 



Chil. of Charles and Salome (Hash) Fairchild. 45 2 ^ 

i 

I. Charles Henry Fairchild, b. at Westport, Conn., 2S Feb. 1S27; a 
master-mariner; married at Jersey City, X. J., 26 May 1865, by Rev. 
J. Holmes, Congregational, to Caroline Alice Lehmen, dau. of John and 
Lydia (Coombs) Lehmen, of Cape May, N. J. She was born at Phila- 
delphia, Penn., 5 Dec 1S33. They dwelt at Brooklyn, N. Y., for two 
years ; and then settled at Westport, where they were still living in May 
1876, without children. 

II. Samuel Gilbert Fairchild, b. at Westport, Conn., 22 Oct. 1S2S; 184: 
a master-mariner; married at Keyport, N. J., 12 Ap. 1859, Sarah Ackerson 
HofT, dau. of Joseph D. and Maria (Ackerson) Hoff, of Keyport, where she 

was born 24 May 1838. They settled at Keyport, and were still living 
there in May 1 876. 

III. Ceorge Edward Fairchild, b. at Westport, Conn., 22 Ap. 1S32; 
died at Norwich, Conn., 15 Aug. 1851, and was buried at Green's Farms, 
Conn. 

IV. Sarah Jane Fairchild, b. at Westport, Conn., 15 July 1S37; 1S426 
married there, 20 Jan. 1S5S, Burr Meeker, a farmer, son of Burr and Areta 
(Finch) Meeker, of Cross Highway, two miles from Westport, where he- 
was born 20 March 1S27. They d'welt at Westport till i860; then settled 

at Cross Highway, and were still living there in May 1876. 



V. Martha Ann Fairchild, b. at Westport, Conn., 31 Aug. 1839; 
married there, 20 Jan. 185S, Martin Godfrey, son of Andrew and Areta 
(Meeker) Godfrey, of Weston, Conn.; and settled at Cross Highway, in 
Westport, where they were still living in May 1876. 

VI. Mary Frances Fairchild, b. at Westport, Conn., 8 Sept. 1S44; 
married there, 13 July 1870, Chauncey Edmunds Hanford, a clerk, son of 
Charles Edwin and Maria (Taylor) Hanford, of Wilton, Conn., where he 
was born 7 March 1S44. They were living at Westport in May 1S76, 
without children. 



184: 





II r hitney Family. 


*653 




Chil. of Charles Lewis and Polly Allen (Fairchild) Allen. 


4534 


1 1 66 3 


I. Rhoda Ann Allen, b. at Westport, Conn., 15 Jan. 1S44. 




1 1 664 


II. James Lewis Allen, b. at Westport, Conn., 13 July 1847; a 
locksmith; was living at South Norwalk, Conn., in March 1876. 




11665 


Ill Hezekiah Fairchild Allen, b. at Westport, Conn., 27 July 1849; 
a farmer. 




1 1666 


IV. Francis Gilbert Alien, b. at Westport, Conn., 26 June 1S5;; a 
clerk. 




11667 


V. Jenny Allen, b. at Westport, Conn., 28 July 1859. 






Child of David and Sarah Caroline (Barlow) Pulling. 


m 



166S I. Phebe Caroline Pulling, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 16 Oct. 183 1; 
married there, 24 Sept. 1854. by Rev. W. H. Williams, Episcopal, rector of 
St. Stephen's Church, to Rufus Sherwood, a blacksmith, and afterward a 
farmer, son of Lewis and Lucy (Northrop) Sherwood, of Rklgefield, 
where he was born 28 Feb. 1830. They dwelt at Ridgefield till 1 S6S ; at 
Reading, Conn., till 1872; and then returned to Ridgefield, where they 
were still living in Ap. 1872, without children. 



Child of Silliman Adams and Angeline (Winton) Fairchild. 

11669 I. Mary Banks Fairchild, b. at Westport, Conn., 20 Ap. 1846; 
married there, 7 Dec. 1 870, in the Congregational Church, by Rev. Andrew 
J. Hetrick, to Charles Warren, son of Amasa and Emeline (Stratton) 
Warren. 



Child of Samuel Cilbert and Kappy Hannah (Murray) 
Whitlock. 



4538 
18435 



540 



I 1670 



I. Sarah Frances Whitlock, b. at Westport, Conn., 12 Sept. 1844; 1S437 
married at Norwalk. Conn., 14 July 186S, by Rev. William Cooper Mead, 
D. D., rector of St. Paul's Church, Episcopal, to Charles Thomas Nash, 
a hatter, son of Jonathan and Adeline (Rockwell) Nash, of Norwalk, 
where he was born 2S Dec. 1S46. They settled at Danbury, Conn.; where 



1^54 



Eigh th C n 11 1 in tii m . 



he died, 13 Sept. 1S69, and was buried in Wooster Cemetery. She was 
living at Green's Farms, in Westport, in Dec. 1875. 

1671 II. Oscar Murray Whitlock, b. at Westport, Conn., 16 July 1846; 

died at I'oundridge, N.Y., 3 Sept. 1851, and was buried there. 

[672 HI. Leonora Celeste Whitlcck, b. at Poundridge, N. Y., 6 March 

1849; died at Poundridge, 14 Nov. 1851, and was buried there. 

1673 IV. Ida Caroline Whitlock, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 9 June 1S53; 1S438 

married at South Norwalk, Conn., 25 March 1873, by Rev. William H. 
Thomas, Methodist Episcopal, to William Frederick Saunders, a carpenter 
and wood-turner, son of George and Man- (Nash) Saunders, of Norwalk. 
He was born in Grove Street, Newark, N. J., iS March 1852. They dwelt 
at South Norwalk till 1 Ap. 1875; then moved to Centre Avenue, Nor- 
walk, where they were still living in Jan. 1876. 



Chil. of David Fairchild and Mary Elizabeth (Knapp) Whitlock. 

1674 I. Betsey Maria Whitlock, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 24 Oct. 1S45; 
married at Monroe, Conn., 25 Dec. 1872, Frederick William Hawley, a 
carpenter and joiner, son of William C. and Melicent (Reardsley) Hawley, 
of Cutler's Farms, Monroe, where he was born 16 July 1845. The)' settled 
at Cutler's Farms, and were still living there in Jan. 1876. 

1675 II. Sarah Jane Whitlock, b. at Monroe, Conn., 13 Oct. 1848; mar- 
ried there, 23 May 1867. Thaddeus Cook Beardsley ; and settled at Oxford 
Centre, Conn., where they were still living in Jan. 1876. 



4541 
18440 



1 1676 



III. Charles H. Whitlock, b. at Monroe, Conn., 17 Ap. 1855; died 
at Monroe, 13 May 1855, and was buried there. 



Child of David Fairchild and Ann Eliza (Smith) Whitlock. 

! 
1 1677 IV. Henry Smith Whitlock, b. at Monroe, Conn., 12 Jan. 1S71 ; was 

living with his grandmother, at Norwalk, Conn., in Jan. 1876. 



454' 



Child of David Fairchild and Sarah Catharine (Hanford) Whitlock. 

1 1678 V. Charles Hanford Whitlock, b. at Monroe, Conn., 15 Ap. 1S72 

died at Monroe, 2 Jan. 1873, and was buried there. 



4541 



Whitney Family. 1655 

Chil. of George Francis and Harriet Ann (Booth) Whitlock. 454^ 

1679 I. George Henry Whitlock, b. at Danbury, Conn., 20 Ap. 1873. 
16S0 II. William Francis Whitlock, b. at Danbury, Conn., 22 May 18; 



Chil. of David and Ruth Sherwood (Wetmore) Pickett. 4549 

116S1 I. David Wetmore Pickett, b. at Kingston, N. B., 18 July 1827: a 1S441 
clergyman of the Church of England; married at Liverpool, N. S., 20 Ju'.y 
1852, by Rev. E. B. Nichols, D.D., to Helen Boyle, dau. of Joseph Prescott 
and Eliza (Collins) Boyle, of Liverpool, where she was born 19 Aug. 1828. 
After taking the degree of B. A., in King's College, Windsor, N. S., in 
1847, ne was appointed principal of the Liverpool Academy; took charge, 
in 1848, of the count}- grammar-school in Richibucto, N. B., and. from 

. 1S49 to 1854, of the grammar-school in his native place; was ordained 
deacon in Ap. 1S52, by Bishop Medley, at Christ Church, Fredericton, 
N. B.; was appointed, in 1854, head-master of the collegiate-school at 
Windsor; and, while there, proceeded to the degree of M. A., and was 
ordained priest, at Rawdon, X. S., in 1858, by Bishop Binney. After 
having been engaged for fourteen years in education, he applied, in 1861, 
to the Bishop of Eredericton, and was licensed by him to the Mission of 

i Greenwich and Wickham, N. B., where he was still engaged in Feb. 

. 1S74, residing at Oak Point, Greenwich. 

1 16S2 II. Lewis Pickett, b. at Kingston, X. B., 26 Jan. 1829; a farmer; 18451 
^married at Grand Falls, X. B., 4 March 1S65, by Rev. W. H. Street, 

Episcopal, to Harriet Sophia Beckwith, dau. of Francis Edward and 
! Harriet Norton (Greenwood) Beckwith, of Fredericton, N. B., where she 
1 was born 20 Dec. 1834. They settled at Hillandale, Andover, Victoria 

Co., X. B., and were living there in Feb. 1874. Me was then a justice of 

the peace for that county. 

11683 III. Justus Pickett, b. at Kingston, X. B., 20 March 1831; a farmer; 

married at Lower Xorton, X. B., 29 Sept. 1863, by Rev. F. A. Warneford, 
' Episcopal, to Julia Jane Frost, dau. of William and Ann (Smith) Frost, of 

Fern Hill, Lower Xorton, where she was born 13 Jan. 1831. They dwelt 
; at Glenburnie, an estate adjoining his father's homestead, in Kingston, till 
■ Oct. 1873, when he bought the homestead; and they were living there in 

Feb. 1S74, without children. 

1 1GS4 ; IV. Sarah Jane Pickett, b. at Kingston, N B., 20 Aug. 1833. 



1656 



Eighth Generation. 



16S5 V. William Elias Pickett, b. at Kingston, N. B., 21 July 1S35; a 18456 

farmer; married at Kin-stun, 31 Jan. 1S65, by Rev. William Elias Scovil, 
I to Julia Hannah Appleby, dan. of John Tompkins and Esther (Chaloner) 1 1922 
1 Appleby, of Kingston, where she was born 6 Sept. 1S40. They dwelt at 
j Kingston till 14 Ap. 1868; at Norton, N. B., till 1 May 1S73; then moved 
to Clifton, N. B., and were still living there in Feb. 1874. 



1686 VI. Betsey Ann Whitney Pickett, b. at Kingston, N. B., 6 Aug. 1 

1837. 



[687 



VII. Horatio Pickett, b. at Kingston, N. B., 9 March 1S41; a farmer; 
married at Hampton, N. B., 1 1 Oct. 1870, by Rev. W. W. Walker, to Sarah 
Anne Smith, dan. of Joshua and Charity Eliza Ann (Frost) Smith, of 
Hampton, where she was born. He inherited his father's homestead at 
Kingston, and resided there. He was drowned 3 Ap. 1S71. She was 
living at Hampton in Feb. 1874. 



Chi!, of Joshua Dean and Jane (Wetmore) Cedney. 



[8461 



A?y> 



1 1688 I. Bernard Rapelye Cedney, b. at Kingston, N. R., 27 June 1818;! 18462 

ja farmer; married at Sussex, N. B., 22 Nov. 1849, by Rev. Thomas 
j McGee, Episcopal, to Ann Sharland, dau. of Edmund Dana and Hannah | 
! (Secord) Sharland, of Hampton, N. B., where she was born 5 Oct. 1824. 



1689 



They 



living at Houlton, Me., in Feb. 1876. 



II. Sophia Ruth Cedney, b. at Sussex Vale, N. B., 2 Nov. 1820; 
married at St. John, N. B., 21 Sept. 1854, by Rev. I. W. D. Gray, Epis- 
copal, to Hector Crookshank, an accountant, son of Robert William and 
Jane (McKenzie) Crookshank, of St. John, where he was born 12 Oct. 
1S23. They dwelt at Brantford, C. W., for two years ; at Otterville, C. W., 
for two years, til! Sept. 185S; at St. John, till 1865; at Anaganee, N. B., 
till Sept. 1868 ; and then returned to St. John, where they were living, on 
Paradise Row, in March 1S74. He was employed by the Intercolonial 
Railway Company. 



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1690 III. Elizabeth Wetmore Gedney, b. at Sussex, N. B., 10 Aug. 18534 

i 1822; married in Christ Church, Norton, N. B., 7 Nov. 1S47, by Rev. 
' William Henry Schorrl, Episcopal, to her cousin, Edwin Wetmore Lamo- 
! reaux, son of 'George Taylor and Susanna Craft (Wetmore) Lamoreaux. 11726 
i See his record. 



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IV. Hannah Olive Cedney, b. at Sussex, N. B., 5 May 1825; and 
died there, 7 Aug. 1845. 



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1 1692 V. Martha rVJoore Cedney, b. at Sussex, X. B. 
died there, 22 July 1836. 



Oct. 1827; and 



11693, ^ r I Caroline Dustan Cedney, twin, b. 
\ 1830; and died there, 14 Feb. 1848. 



Sussex, N. B., 7 Oct. 



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1694 j VII. Charlotte Vail Cedney, twin, b. at Sussex, N. B., 7 Oct. 1830; 
j and died there, 4 Ap. 1849. 

1695 j VIII. Arthur Wellesley Cedney, b. at Sussex, N. B., 19 Nov. 1S33; 

I a farmer and stock-breeder; went to California in 1858, and after passing 
four years in that State, removed to Nevada, where he lived at Star City, 
Austin and Ruby Valley; married at Ruby Valley, 28 July 1867, by John 
C. Dougherty, Esq., to Jane Plymire, dau. of Baronet and Eliza Jane 
(Douglas) Plymire, of Cameron, Mo., where she was born 6 Aug. 1S48. 
He still lived at Ruby Valley in March 1874, and had been county- 
commissioner for Elko Count)-. 

1696 i IX. Mary Eliza Cedney, b. at Sussex, X. B., 13 March 1836; mar- 
I ried at St. John, X. B., 5 Nov. 1869, Frederick Langan, a salesman, son 
I of Frederick and Calista (Lakeman) Langan, of St. John, where he was 
I born. They dwelt at St. John in Feb. 1876. 

1697 i X. Allan fyicftab Cedney, b. at Sussex, X.B., 7 Ap. 1S3S; a farmer; 
married at Tehama, Cal., 25 Dec. 1865, Mary Chr.rd, dau. of William j 
George and Maria (Robles) Chard, of Santa Clara Co., Cal., where she 
was born 2 Sept. 1844. They were living at Tehama in March 1876; and 
he had dwelt in Tehama Count}- since 5 Feb. 1858. He was a justice of 
the peace from 4 Sept. 186S till 10 July 1873. 



1698! XI. John Prince Cedney, 

• died there, zj Oct. 1847. 



b. at Sussex, N. B., 26 May 1S40; and 



1699; XII. David Wetmore Cedney, b. at Sussex, X. B., 16 July 1844; a 
j merchant; married at Antelope Valley, Cal., 24 Nov. 1874, Louisa Wears, 
I dau. of Joseph and Eliza Ann (Maxwell) Meais, of Wisconsin, where she 
j was born 7 Aug. 1 85 1. They settled at Red Bluff, Cal., and were living 
there in March 1876. 



Chil. of James and Phebe (Wetmore) Wetmoro. 

11700', I. William Olive Wetmore, b. at Kingston, X. B., 24 June 1S29; 
i died there, 25 June 1829, and was buried near the church. 



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II Justus Sherwood Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 21 
Aug. 1830; a farmer; married at Clifton, 1 May 1S63, by Rev. William 
Elias Scovil, Episcopal, to his cousin, Jane Wetmore, dau. of Bush and 
Bethia (Pierce) Wetmore, of Rye, N. Y., where she was born 7 Nov. 1826. 
They settled at Clifton, and were living there in Feb. 1874. He dwelt in 
New York City from Oct 1S54 till .March 1858. 

III. Elizabeth Rebecca Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 
I 12 Dec. 1832; and was living there in Feb. 1S74, unmarried. 

IV Emma Olivia Miranda Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, 
N. B, 23 Aug. 1834; died at the same place, 25 Jan. 1836, and was buried 
near the church at Gondal's Point, Rothesay, N, B. 

V. Esther Phebe Susanna Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, 
N. B., 19 Jan. 1S36 ; and was living there in Feb. 1S74, unmarried. 

VI. James Henry Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 24 
lAp 183S; a carpenter; married at the Berkeley Mission Hall, 847 

Washington Street, Boston, Mass., 31 Jan. 1866, by Rev. Henry W. 
Dexter, to Elizabeth Ann Cunningham, who was born at South Boston, 
Mass., 10 May 1S45. They dwelt at Boston till July 1S72; then returned 
to Clifton, and were still living there in May 1874. In June 1876, they 
dwelt at Hampton, N. B., near Nauwigewauk Station. 

VII. Erasmus David Brunswick Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kings- 
ton, N. B., 8 Ap. 1840; married at Kingston, 30 June 1875, by Rev. 
William Elias Scovil, to Deborah Catharine Puddington, dau. of George 
and Deborah Catharine (Stuart) Puddington, of Kingston. She was born 
at Clifton, 7 July 1854; and they were living there in June 1876. 

VIII. Eliza Amelia Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 20 
Oct. 1842; died at the same place, 7 Ap. 1S48, and was buried near the 
Kingston Church. 

IX. Sarah Ann Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 1 Dec. 
[844; and was living there in Feb. 1874, unmarried. 



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Chil. of David and Eliza (Whelpley) Wetmore. 



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I George Canning Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 1 18492 
Dec." 1828; a surveyor of lumber; married at Clifton, 28 Feb. 1S55, by 
Rev. William Elias Scovil, Episcopal, to Hannah Eliza Puddington, dau. of 



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David Wetmore and Hannah Elizabeth. (Flewelling) Puddington, of Clifton. 
where she was born 4 July 1855. They dwelt at Clifton till 1873; then 
moved to St. John, X. B., and were still living there in Feb. 1S74. 

11710 II. Charlotte Annabella Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 

2i March 1830; died at Clifton, iS Feb. 1S51. and was buried there. 

1 171 1 III. Caroline Elizabeth Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 5 
March 1S31 ; and was living there in Feb. 1874, unmarried. 

11712 IV. Mary Alrnira Wetmore, b. at Clifton. Kingston, N. B., 16 July 

1832 ; died at Sussex, X. B., 18 Ap. 1S65, and was buried at Kingston. 

11713 Y. Eliza Jane Wetmore, b. at Clifton. Kingston, X. B., 10 Oct. 18497 
1833; married at Clifton, 7 Jan. 1861, James Edmund Puddington, a 
merchant, son of David Wetmore and Hannah Elizabeth (Flewelling) 
Puddington, of Clifton, where he was born 8 March 1S37. They settled at 

St. John, and were still living there in Feb. 1874. 

1 1714 VI. Richard Whelpley Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 18503 
28 Dec. 1834; a house and ship joiner; married at her father's house, 26 

Dec. i860, by Rev. William Elias Scovil, Episcopal, to Charlotte 
Jane Flewelling, dau. of William Henry and Margaret Jane Gedney 
(Puddington) Flewelling, of Kingston, where she was born 10 July 1837. 
They dwelt at Kingston till March 1S64; at Clifton till 26 July 1S71 ; and 
, then settled at Moss Glen, Kingston, where they were still living in Feb. 
1S74. He was then engaged in ship-building. In March 1876, they were 
living at Clifton. 

1 1 7 1 5 VII. David Pickett Wetmore, b. at Clifton. Kingston, X. B., 9 May 18510 
1836; married there, 9 Sept. 1862, by Rev. William Elias Scovil, Episco- 
pal, to Rebecca Araminta Flewelling, dau. of William Puddington and 
Esther Ann (Merritt) Flewelling, of Clifton, where she was born 30 July 

| 1844. They settled at Clifton, and were living there in Feb. 1S74. He 
was then inspector of schools. 

11716 VIII. William Wallace Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 1S516 
20 Maj- 1 S3 7 ; a carpenter; married at Kingston, 14 Sept. 1864, by Rev. 

! William Elias Scovil, Episcopal, to Catharine Elizabeth Whelpley, dau. of 12161 
Titus Brown and Elizabeth Ann (Belyea) Whelpley, of Long Reach. 
Kingston, where she was born 9 Oct. 1844. They dwelt at Clifton till 
Sept. 1S71; then moved to St. John, X. B., and were still living there in 
Feb. 1874. 

! 

11717 IX. Edwin Marshall Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 6 1S522 



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;July 183S; a carpenter and builder; married at Kingston, 26 Jan. 1864, 
by Rev. William Elias Scovil, Episcopal, to Ruth Letitia Ann Flewelling, 
dau. of William Henry and .Margaret Jane Gedney (Puddington) Flewell- 
ing, of Kingston, where she was burn 11 July 1845. They dwelt at 
Clifton till 1 Oct. 1S68; then moved to Rothesay, X. B., and were still 
living there in Feb. 1874. 



X. Charles Hiram VVetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston. X. B., 
1839 ; died at Clifton, 10 Sept. 1 8 5 j ; and was buried at Kingston. 



July 



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XI. Agnes Lavinia Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 25 
Oct. 1840; married there, 7 March i860, by Rev. David I. Wetmore. 
Episcopal, to Edwin Mortimer Flewelling, a farmer, son of John Henry 
and Matilda (Wetmore) Flewelling, of Sussex, X. B., formerly of Kingston, 
where he was born 20 Oct. 1835. They settled at Sussex, and were still 
dwelling there in Feb. 1S74. They were living at the same place in March 
1S76, but in the new parish of Waterford, lately formed from Sussex. 



XII. Howard Douglas Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 4 
Nov. 1841 ; a farmer and carpenter ; married at Kingston, 4 May 1S69, by 
Rev. William Elias Scovil, Episcopal, to Mary Ann Whelpley, dau. of James 
Scovil and Charlotte Anderson Orde (Cookson) Whelpley, of Long Reach, 
Kingston, where she was born 20 Sept. 1845. He dwelt at Fall River, 
Mass., from Sept. 1865 till Feb. 1 866 ; at Springfield, Mass., from May 
1866 till Nov. 1866; at Westfield, Mass., till Dec. 1S72; then returned to 
Clifton, where she died, without children, 8 Dec. 1S74. She was buried 
in the Episcopal cemetery, at the Chapel-of-ease, Long Reach, Kingston. 
He was living at Clifton in March 1S76. 

XIII. James £lias Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 27 
! Nov. 1842 ; and was living there in Feb. 1S74, unmarried. 

XIV. Hannah Olive Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 6 
Jan. 1844; died at Kingston, 6 Jan. 1870, and was buried there. 

XV. Augustus Frederick Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 
7 Ap. 1S45 i cucia there, 12 July 1845, and was buried at Kingston. 

XVI. Celia Augusta Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 1 
1 May 1846; and was living there in Feb. 1874, unmarried. 

XVII. Julian Brunswick Wetmore, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B., 
25 May 1847; a church-organ builder; married at Westfield, Mass., 15 

I May 1S72, Sarah Eliza Walkley, dau. of Lucius Billings and Sarah Charlotte 
I (Young) Walkley, of Westfield, where she was born 28 Sept. I 850. They 
settled at Westfield, and were stiil living there in Feb. 1S74. 



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Chil. of Ceorge Taylor and Susanna Craft (Wctmore) Lamoreaux. 4553 

i 1726 I. Edwin Wetmore Lamoreaux, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. H., 18534 
27 March 1828; a mechanic ; married in Christ Church, Norton 7 Nov. 
1847, by Rev. William Henry SchorrI, Episcopal, to his cousin, Elizabeth 
Wetmore Cedney, dau. of Joshua Dean and Jane (Wctmore) Gedney, of 1 1690 
Sussex, N. B., where she was born 10 Aug. 1822. They Dwelt at Andover, 
N. B., till 1859; at Bridgewater, Me., till 1864; then moved to Florence- 
ville, N. B., where she died }o June 1865, and was buried. He was 
married (2d), 26 Aug. 1866, at Wicklow, N. B., by Rev. William Henry 
Street, Episcopal, to Margaret Stewart, dau. of William and Elizabeth 
: (Lawn) Stewart, of Wicklow. She was born at Greenfield, N. B., 13 Aug. 
1S48. They were living at Florenceville in Feb. 1S74. He lias been 
constable, collector of rates, deputy-sheriff, and secretary of the Victoria 
Count}- Agricultural Society. 

1 1727 II. Sylvanus Whitney Lamoreaux, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 18545 
21 Dec. 1829; a carpenter; married at St. John, N. B., 26 Oct. 1853, Alice 
Fitzgerald, dau. of Michael and Mary (Foy) Fitzgerald, of Portland, St. 

John. They settled at Carleton, St. John, where she died 10 Aug. 1S54. 
He was drowned, 3 March 1855, while trying to escape from the wrecked 
ship, John Bannerman, off Holyhead, Wales. A monument has been 
erected to his memory, in the cemetery at Bloomfield. 

1 1728 III. David Brown Wetmore Lamoreaux, b. at Clifton, Kingston, 18546 
N. B., 29 Oct. 1831 ; a joiner and mason ; married at Perth, N. B , 18 Aug. 

1864, by Rev, William Henry Street, Episcopal, to Margaret McLauchlan, 
born at Perth, 31 Jan. 1845, dau. of Charles and Margaret (McLear) 
McLauchlan; and settled at Perth. She died there, S Nov. 186S, and was 
buried in the church-yard at Andover, N. B. He was married (2d), 22 
Dec. 1872, at Perth, by Rev. George Whitefield Orsor, Free Baptist, to 
Floretta Wiallory, born at Wakefield, X. B., 18 July 1852, dau. of Josiah 
Snow and Phebe (Murphy) Mallory. They were living near Bishop wax- 
office, Perth, in March 1S74. 

1 1729 IV. William Henry Lamoreaux, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 3 18548 
Dec. 1833; a shipwright; married at Lancaster, N. B., 7 July 1858, by 

Rev. Edwin Clay, Baptist, to Dora Makens Wiley, who was born there, 2J 
July 1S40, dau. of Joseph and Margaret (Makens) Wiley. They dwelt at 
1 Lancaster till 20 Jan. 1865 ; at Sand Point, X. B., till 23 May 1S65 ; and 
then returned to Lancaster, where he died of consumption, 16 Jan. 1 868. 
He was buried in the church-yard at Carleton, N. B. She was living one 
mile from Carleton in March 1874. 

730 V. Arthur Wellesley Lamoreaux, b. at Clifton, Kingston, X. B.,16 18553 



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July 1835; a mechanic; married at Simonds, N. R., 26 Aug. iS6i, by 
Rev William Ilenrv Street, Episcopal, to Jane Mackey, dau. of Andrew 
and Elizabeth (Lawn) Mackey, of Wicklow, N. 15., where she was born 29 
March 1844. They settled at Florenceville, Wicklow, and were living 
there in March 1S74. 

VI. George Lewis Lamoreaux, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., iS 

June 1S37; died at King-ton, n Oct 1840, and was buried there, in the 
church-vurd. 



11732 VII. Julia Malvina Pentreath Lamoreaux, b. at Clifton, Kingston, 18559 

N. B., 16 Nov. 1S39; married at Island of Woods, Norton, N. B., 14 Oct. 
• 1857,' by Rev. E. A. Warneford, Episcopal, to John Matthews, a house- 
joiner, son of William and Anna (Glover) Matthews, of Passekeag, Norton, 
where he was born 9 Ap. 1 830. She died of consumption, 7 Nov. 1S60, 
at Norton, and was buried there, in the church-yard. He married (2d) 
her sister, Elizabeth Ann Olive Lamoreaux. j 1 1/34 

H733 VIII. Ceorgiana Maria Lamoreaux, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 

15 March 1841 ; died at Norton, 7 Feb. 1846, and was buried there, in the 
church-yard. 

IX. Elizabeth Ann Olive Lamoreaux, b. at Clifton, Kingston, 1S561 
N. B., 25 Aug. 1S42 ; married at St. John, N. B., 4 Oct. 1862, by Rev. E. 
C. Ca'dy, Baptist, to the husband of her deceased sister, John Matthews, 
! a house-joiner, son of William and Anna (Glover) Matthews, of Passekeag, 
! Norton, N. B., where he was born 9 Ap. 1830. They dwelt at Portland, 
I St. John, from 24 Oct. 1 8(32 till 1 May 1S65; then settled at Island of 
Woods, Norton, and were still living there in March 1874. 

i-3 5 X. Frances Caroline Lamoreaux, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 

' ' 19 July 1844; died at Norton, 15 Feb. 1 S46, and was buried there, in the 
church-vard. 



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XI. Charles Adams Lamoreaux, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 
23 Nov. 1846; died at Island of Woods, Norton, 21 Dec. 1873, and was 
buried in Norton church-yard. 

XII. James Frederick Lamoreaux, b. at Island of Woods, Norton, 
N. B., 19 Jan. 1850; a mariner; was at sea in March 1S74, address not 
known. 



Chil. of Thomas and Clarissa Holmes (Puddington) Wetmore. 4554 

1738 I Esther Elizabeth Wetmore, b. at Kingston, N. B., 25 Aug. 



Whitney Family. 



1830; married in the church at Norton, X. B., 12 July 1866, by the rector, 
Rev. E. A. Warneford, to Isaac Bashford Wetmore, a blacksmith, son of 

William and Sarah (Fickle) Wetmore, of Springfield. X. B., where he was 
born S Oct. 1837. > They settled at Bloomfield, Norton; where she died, 
without children. 6 March 1S67, and was buried in the church-yard at 
Norton. He married (2d) her sister, Mary Eliza Jane Wetmore. 



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1 1739 II. David Brown Wetmore, b. at Kingston, X. B., 12 Feb. 1833; 
married in Christ Church, Norton, X. B., 10 Sept. 1865, by Rev. Richard 
Simonds, to his cousin, Emeline Adele Wetmore, dan. of Henry Sylvanus 
and Elizabeth Ann (Fowler) Wetmore, of Bloomfield, Norton, where she 
■was born 10 May 1843. The}- dwelt at Bloomfield, managing a farm, till 
I I May 1S72 ; then moved to St. John, N. B., and were living there, at 217 
\ Brussels Street, in March 1S74. 



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1174^ III. George Leverett Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, X. B., 
21 Oct. 1S35; died at Bloomfield, 6 March 1S56, and was buried in the 
church-vard at Norton. 



IV. Mary Eliza Jane Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Xorton, N. B., 19 
Dec. 1837; married at St. John, N. B., 25 Jan. 1869, by Rev. George M. 
Armstrong, Episcopal, to the husband of her deceased sister, and the son 
I of her second cousin, Isaac Bashford Wetmore, a blacksmith, son of 
William and Sarah (Fickle) Wetmore, of Springfield, X. B., where he was 

■ AXCFSTRY OF Is\\C BvSHFORD W'KTMORF. 



ike, b. at Middlcfwo, 8 March: 
day 10,2: magistrate, and deputy 
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.achel Stow. b. i ; M:irch it-' t—y. o.ui of Rev. Samuel and 
Hope .Fletcher) "s t „», ,-,f M. .-,„.! g. dan of John and 
Elizabeth (Eigi;*t Stow, and Df William Fletcher. 



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bom 8 Oct. 1837. They dwelt at St. John till Nov. 1869; at Johnston. 
N. B., till Ap. 1 8 7 1 ; then returned to Bloomfield, and were living there in 
March 1874, without children. 

V William Albert Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 16 
June 1840; and was living there in March 1874, unmarried. 

VI Thomas Alonzo Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B 13 
I July 1842 ; died there, I 1 Dec. 187 2, and was buried in the church-yard at 

Norton. 

VII Oscar Avanda Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton N. B. 7 
Nov. 1847; married in the parish-church at Kingston, N. B., 17 feb 18 0. 

! by Rev. William Elias Scovil, to Henrietta Amelia Appleby, dau. of John M9-J 
Tompkins and Esther (Chaloner) Appleby, of Kingston, where she was | 
born 13 Aug. 1848. 



Chil. of Henry Sylvanus and Elizabeth Ann (Fowler) Wetmore. 



1,745 I Mary Elizabeth Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 16 

Ap. 1836; died at Norton, 24 Jan. 1845. and was buried there. 

11746 IT Ruth Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 6 Ap. 1839; 18572 

married at St. John, N. B., 24 May 1S67. Oliver Douglas Barberie, a 

master-mariner, "son of John and Mary Ann (Arnold) Barbene, of Norton, 
where he was born. They were living in Spring Street, Portland, St. John, 
in July 1876. 

1174- III Edwin Vail Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 20 Ap. 18576 

,841- a stair-builder; married in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, 

: Boston Mass., 25 May 1S71, bv Rev. Edward H. Kraus, to Mary Fowler 
Wetmore, dau. of William and Sarah (Pickle) Wetmore, of Springfield, 

I N B where she was born 30 June 1844- He dwelt at Boston from May 
186- till Oct 1873; and then settled at Cambridge-port, Mass., where they 
were living in March 1S74, at 82 Greene Street. In July 1S76, they 
resided at 33 Rock Street, St. John, N. B. 

n 748 ; IV Emeline Adele Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 10 18568 
1 May 1843- married, 10 Sept. 1865, her cousin, David Brown Wetmore, son 1 1739 
of Thomas' and Clarissa Holmes (Puddington) Wetmore. bee his record. 



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Chil. of Henry Sylvanus and Esther Susanna (Flewelling) Wetmore. j 455° 
V. Helen Susanna Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B, 15 , lS 579 



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July 1S48; married at Norton, 3 Feb. 1S75, by Rev. E. A. Warneford, 
! Episcopal, to Silas Raymond, a farmer, son of Jesse and Hannah (Rostwick) 
; Raymond, of Norton, where he was born 10 Ap. 1822. She died at 
I Norton, 5 Dec. 1875. He was living there in March 187G. 

1 1750 VI. Gertrude Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 4 Ap. 1850; j 18580 
< married at Norton, 6 Ap. 1870, by Rev. Edmund A. Warneford, Episcopal, 
I to Thomas Edgar Smith, a farmer, son of John Daniel and Elizabeth 
j (Anderson) Smith, of Passekeag, N. B. They settled at Passekcag, and 
: were living there in Eeb. 1874. 

1 175 1 VII. Thomas Henry Sobieski Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, 
N. B., 17 Oct. 1851; and was living there in Eeb. 1S74, unmarried. 

1 1752 VIII. John Leavitt Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., S 
j Nov. 1S53; and was living there in Eeb. 1874, unmarried. 

1 1753 IN. Herbert Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 18 June 1855; 
died at Norton, 6 Dec. 1S56, and was buried there. 

1 1 754 N. Elsie Adelaide Wetmore, twin, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 
! 15 May 1837; died at Norton, 31 Aug. 1S62, and was buried there. 

11755 NI. Annie Almira Wetmore, twin, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 
I 17 May 1857; died at Norton, 18 Sept. 1S62, and was buried there. 
j 

1 1756: NIL David Brunswick Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 
! 13 Ap. 1859; died at Norton, 4 Sept. 1S62, and was buried there. 

1 1757 ! XIII. James Carnahan Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 
4 July 1861. 
j 
1 1758 XIV. Jane Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 13 Nov. 1S63. 



Chil. of Elias Scovil and Sarah Matilda (Scott) Wetmore. 



1 1759: I. Ada Eliza Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 24 Jan. 1853; 
and was living there in Feb. 1874, unmarried. 

I 1 1760 II. Norman Arthur Leslie Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, 
, N. B., 13 Sept. 1855 ; and was living at Carleton, St. John, N. B., in Feb. 
I 1874, unmarried. 



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III. Edwin Ciayton Scott Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, 
N. B., 7 Jan. 1859; and was living at St. John, N. B., in Feb. 1S74. 

Chil. of Elios Scovil and Charlotte Amelia (Belyea) Wetmore. 

1 1762 IV. Catharine Elizabeth Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, 

! N. B., 30 Ap. 1864. 



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V. William Elias Scovil Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 

12 Nov. 1866. 



Chil. of Norton and Abby Caroline (Morse) Wetmore. 

I. Sarah Elizabeth Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 2 
Jan. 184S; married there, 30 March [869, by Rev. Edmund A. Warneford, 

I Episcopal, of Christ's Church, Norton, to James Hughson, son of Charles 
'and Sarah Craft (Wetmore) Hughson, g. son of William and Mary 
(Fowler) Wetmore, and g. g. son of Abraham and Sarah (Sniffen) 
Wetmore. They settled at Bloomfield, and were living there in Feb. 1874. 

II. Charles Pembroke Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 
22 May 1849; and was living at 181 Clinton Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, in 
Feb. 1874, unmarried. 

III. Frances Caroline Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 
13 Nov. 1850; and was living there in Feb. 1874, unmarried. 

IV. George Stanton Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 1 1 
I Ap. 1852 ; and was living there in Feb. 1874. 

V. Julia IVJaria Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 17 Dec. 

I 1853 ; and was living at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., in P'eb. 1S74, unmarried. 

VI. Emily Jane Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 3 )ulv 
J 1S55- 

VII. Augusta Ruth Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 3 
Ap. 1857. 

VIII. William Edmund Wetmore, b at Bloomfield, Norton, N. B., 
10 July 185S. 

IX. James Morton Wetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, N. 15., 24 
A p. i860. 



4560 
i8;8; 



Whitnev Family, 



1 1 773 X. Frederick Henry VVetmore, b. at Bloomfield, Norton, X. B., 22 
Nov. 1 86 1. 



Child of John and Elizaboth Ann (Hicks) Harvey. 
1 1774 I. Samuel Harvey, b. 19 Feb. 1820. 



Chil. of Samuel Whitney and Ruth (West) Hicks. 

i 

1 1775 I. Mary Ann Hicks, b. at Pereaux. Cornwallis, X. S., n Dec. 1S36; 
married at Lower Horton, X. S., 6 Jan. 185S, by Rev. James G. Henigar, 
Methodist, to Philip Brown, a farmer and postmaster, son of James and 
Sarah Alice (Weaver) Broun, of Lower Pereaux, where he was born 23 
Oct. 1S30. They settled at Lower Pereaux, and were living there in 
March 1876. 

1 1776 II. Sarah Jane Hicks, b. at Pereaux, Cornwallis, X. S., 26 Feb. 
183S; died at Horton, X. S., 1 Julv 1842, and was buried at Hantsport. 
N. S. 

1 1777 III. Wiiliam Hicks, b. at Horton Bluff, X. S., 9 Nov. 1839; a house- 
carpenter ; married at Pereaux, Cornwallis, X. S., 25 Dec. 1S62, Inez 
Newcomb, dau. of Guy Morton and Rebecca (Eaton) Xewcomb, of 
Pereaux. She was born at Medford, Cornwallis, 27 March 1845. They 
dwelt at Pereaux for eight years; at Lower Horton, X. S., one year and 
six months ; at Union Square, West Cornwallis, two years and four 
months ; and then settled at Berwick Centre, West Cornwallis, where they 
were still living in Feb. 1876. 

I177S IV. Esther Hicks, b. at Horton Bluff, X. S., 15 Nov. 1841; married 
at Medford, Cornwallis, X. S., 14 March 1S65, James Henry Palmeter, a 
shipwright, son of David and Margaret (Rand) Palmeter, of Medford, 
where he was born 31 Oct. 1839. She died at Medford, 1 Nov. 1S67, and 
was buried at Habitant, Cornwallis, N. S. He was living at Kingport, 
Cornwallis, in March 1S76. 

1779 V. Louisa Jane Hicks, b. at Horton Bluff, X. S., 25 March 1844; 
married at Canning, Cornwallis, X. S., 9 June 1S65, by Rev. David Free- 
man, Baptist, to Stephen Zebina Harris, a house-joiner, son of Stephen 
and Sarah (Ells) Harris, of Sheffield Mills, Cornwallis, where he was born 
8 Nov. 1S43. They settled at Sheffield Mills, and were living there in 
Feb. 1876. 



1667 



4562 



4563 
18585 



1S593 



18599 



1 S600 



i668 



1 1780 



Eirh th Genera tion . 



VI. Samuel Whitney Hicks, b. at Fox River, Parrsborough, N. S., 

1 1 May 1S45; a "d was living at Canning, Cornwallis, N. S., in May 1874, 
unmarried. 



1 1781 

1 1782 

"783 
11784 



1785 



787 



VII. Julia Hicks, b. at Lower Horton, N. S., 19 June 1848; died at 
Pereaux, Cornwallis, N. S., 23 Ap. 1S70, and was buried at Habitant, 

j Cornwallis. 

VIII. Deborah Kicks, b. at Lower Horton, N. S., 8 July 1S49; died 
! there, 26 July 1853, and was buried at Hantsport, N. S. 

IX. Harriet Hicks, b. at Lower Horton, N. S., 8 July 1S52 ; and was 
I living at Canning, Cornwallis, X. S., in May 1874, unmarried. 

X. Martha Elizabeth Hicks, b. at Lower Horton, N. S., 6 Sept. 
j 1S55; and was living at Canning, Cornwallis, N. S., in May 1S74, unmar- 
ried. 



786 



Chil. of James and Mary (Hicks) Kierstead. 



4564 



I. Mary Ann Kierstead, b. at Hampton, N. B., 3 Aug. 1821; married 18604 

there, in 1 837, Jasper Kierstead, a farmer, son of Isaiah and 

(Lester) Kierstead, of Studholme, N. B. He died in March 1876, at Elgin, 
N. B., and was buried there. She was living at Elgin in June 1876. 



II. Thomas Woodbury Kierstead, b. at Hampton, N. B., 10 Feb. 

1824; a farmer; married at Norton, N. B., 23 Dec. 1 851, by Rev. E. A. 
I Warneford, Episcopal, to Deborah Ann Wetmore, dau. of David and 
'Deborah (Saunders) Wetmore, of Norton, where she was born 19 Aug. 

1S26. She was g. dau. of John and Anna (Van Cott) Wetmore, and g. g. 

dau. of James and Elizabeth (Abrahams) Wetmore, of Rye, X. Y., and 

Hampton, N, B. They settled at Rothesay, N. B., and were living there 
' in June 1876. 

III. James Shaw Kierstead, b. at Hampton, N. B., 18 Feb. 1826; 
a blacksmith; married at St. John, N. B., 2J Sept. 1 848, Arminella Long- 
maid, dau. of John and Jane (Shellabier) Longmaid, of St. John, formerly 

> of Cornwall, Eng., where she was born 4 Oct. 1826. She died at Hampton, 
j 17 Jan. 1851, and was buried in the Protestant Episcopal Cemetery at St. 
John. He married (2d), 17 Nov. 1S53, at Hampton, his cousin, r.'iary Ann 
Saunders, dau. of Thomas and Louisa (Hicks) Saunders, of Hampton, 
where she was born 2 July 1 83 1 . They settled at Hampton, now Rothesay, 
N. B., and were living there in June 1S76. 



1S615 



Whitney Family 



1788 IV. Hannah Kierstead, b. at Hampton, X. B., 20 Oct. 1827; died at 
Hampton, lS Jan. 1828, and was buried there. 

17S9 V. Samuel Kenry Kierstead, b. at Hampton, N. B., 30 May 1829; 
a farmer; married in Dec. 1856, at Hampton, Lavinia Mutch, dau. of 
Alexander and Mary (Cromwell) Mutch, of Hampton. She was born at 
Mirimichi, N. B., 4 Sept. 1S31. They settled at Hampton, now Rothesay; 
died there (she, 23 Ap, 1864; he, 15 Ap. 1872), and were buried in the 
' Baptist cemetery at Rothesay. 



1669 



VI. Isaiah Kierstead, b. at Hamptor 
Ap. 1831. 



X. B 



March 1831; died 



VII. Lavinia Jane Kierstead, b. at Hampton, N. B., S Oct. 1832; 
married there, 2S March 1858, Cilberx Odell Vincent, a farmer, son of 
Lester and Betsey (Odell) Vincent, of Hampton. He was born at Upham, 
N. B., 4 Aug. 1832. The>- settled at Hampton, now Rothesay, and were 
living there in June 1876. 



18633 



VIII. Peter Kierstead, b 
infancy. 



at Hampton, X. B., 27 May 1834; died in 



11793 IX. Sophia Catharine Kierstead, b. at Hampton, X. B., 4 Dec. 
! 1836; married there, 28 March 1858, Burling DeForest Vincent, a farmer, 
i son of Charles and Sarah (DeForest) Vincent, of Hampton, now Rothesay, 
where he was born 3 May 1S34. They settled at Buctouche, X. B.; 
; where he died, 13 June i860, and was buried. She married (2d), 26 Aug. 
1 86 1, at Moncton, N. B., Lewis Trites, a farmer, son of Christian and 
Sarah (Boyd) Trites, of Hampton, now Rothesay. He was born at 
Moncton, 22 Dec. 1833. The}' settled at Hampton, now Rothesay, and 
were living there in Julv 1S76. 



[8640 J 



"94 X. Peter Kierstead, b. at Hampton, now Rothesay, X. B., 30 May 
1S40; a farmer; married at Springfield, X. B., II Jan. 1862, Ruth Ann 
Kierstead, dau. of Barzillai and Julia Ann (Erbs) Kierstead, of Springfield, 
where she was born in 1846. She died 11 Ap. 1868, and was buried at 
Springfield. He married (2d), 3 June 1869, at Springfield, Charlotte Jane 
Cray, dau. of Thomas and Jane (Drew) Gray, of Springfield, where she was 
born in 1 84 1. She died at Hampton, now Rothesay, 1 Ap. 1S70, and was 
buried there, in the Baptist cemetery. He married (3d), 3 May 1S72, at 
Greenwich, N. B., Jerusha Deborah Price, dau. of Aaron and Rhoda 
(Kierstead) Price, of Greenwich, where she was born in 1840. She died at 

: Rothesay 25 March 1873, and was buried there, in the Baptist cemetery. 
He married (4th), 6 Ap. 1874, at St. John, X. B., Alice Ballard Emory, 

I dau. of James and Jane (Bartlett) Emory, of St. John, where she was born 



[8644 



1670 



795 



Eighth Generation. 

6 Ap. 1S34. He dwelt at Springfield for eighteen months; then settled 
at Hampton, now Rothesay, and was living there in Aug. 1876. 

XI. William Kierstead, b. at Hampton, N. B., 30 Nov. 1841; a 
farmer; married at St. John, X. B., 16 Oct. 18C4, by Rev. Canon Deveber, 
Episcopal, to Sarah Abigail Wetmore, widow of Samuel Whitney Saunders, 
and dau. of David and Deborah (Saunders) Wetmore, of Norton, N. B., 

where she was born 24 .March 1834. They settled at Springfield, N. B., 10 
March 1866, and were living there in June 1876. 



864S 



4565 



-(/> 



Chil. of Thomas and Louisa (Hicks) Saunders. 

I. Thomas Woodbury Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 28 Nov. 
1825 ; married Mary Letitia Smith, dau. of Anderson and Alida (Monger) 
\ Smith, of Hampton, where she was born. They settled at Rothesay, N. B., 
and were living there in Ap. 1S74. 

1 1797 ' II. Samuel Whitney Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. P.., 17 Feb. 
I 1S27 ; married at Norton, N. B., 25 March 1855, Sarah Abigail Wetmore, 
dau. of David and Deborah (Saunders) Wetmore, of Norton, N. B., where | 
. she was born 24 March 1834. They settled at Hampton, where he died 
in Aug. 1S63. She married (2d), 16 Oct. 1S64, William Kierstead. j 1 1795 

I 
1179S III. William E-5enry Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., in 182S; 

! died in infancy. 

11799 ' IV. John Lloyd Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 18 June 1829 ; a 1S656 

merchant; married at Rothesay, N. B., 5 Aug. 1858, by Rev. W. W. 
I Walker, rector of Hampton, to his cousin, Ann Judson Pettingell, eldest 1 1 809 
I child of Thomas Hanford and Ann (Hicks) Pettingell, of Rothesay, where 

she was born 25 Jan. 1832. They dwelt at Rothesay till 24 May i860; 

and then settled at Florenceville, N. B., where they were still living in 
'Feb. 1874. 

1 1800 V. rVIary Ann Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 2 July 1831; mar- ' 1S619 
I ried, 17 Now 1853, her cousin, James Shaw Kierstead, son of James and I 1787 
1 Mary (Hicks) Kierstead. See his record. 



1 1 801 1 VI. Elizabeth Jane Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 1 Jan. 1S33; 
married, 19 Oct. 1855, Hugh Veacles Parlee, son of Henry and Ruth 
! (Teacles) Parlee, of Studholme, N. B. They settled in Carleton Co., N. B., 
; and were living there in Feb. 1S74. 



Whitney Family. 



1671 



11802 VII, Louisa Emily Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 12 Nov. 1835. 

11803 VIII. William Edmund Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 16 Feb. 
1S37; niarried, 5 Aug. 1858, Nancy Boyer, dau. of John and Naomi 
(Wheeler) Boyer," of Florenceville, N. B. They settled" at Florenceville, 
where he died 18 May 1S62. 

1 1804 IX. Ruth Eliza Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 18 May 1839; 
married, in June 1862, Andrew Beyea, son of James and Mary (Smith) 
Beyea. They settled at Hampton, where she died 1; Feb. 1865. 

11S05! X. Isaac James Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 21 Aug. 1841; 
married, in June 1869, Agnes Keziah Parlee, dau. of Henry and Ruth 
(Teacles) Parlee, of Sfudholme, N. B. They settled at Rothesay, N. B., 
and were living there in Feb. 1874. 

11806 XI. Lydia Susanna Saunders, b. at Hampton, X. B., 4 Oct. 1S43; 
■married, 11 Jan. 1866, Joseph Edmund Beyea, son of James and Mary 

(Smith) Beyea. 

1 1807 XII. Margaret Matilda Saunders, b. at Hampton, N. B., 17 June 
I 1845; niarried, 23 Feb. 1872, Wellesley Parlee, son of Henry and Ruth 
I (Teacles) Parlee, of Studholme, N. B. 



Child of William and Phebe (McCrath) Hicks. 
11808 I. William Hicks, b. at St. Andrew, N. B., 16 Ap. 1874. 



Chil. of Thomas Hanford and Ann (Hicks) PeUingell. 



[8659 



1866) 



4566 



4567 



11809 I- Ann Judson Pettingell, b. at Hampton, now Rothesay, N. B., 1S656 
I 25 Jan. 1832; married, 5 Aug. 1858, John Lloyd Saunders, son of Thomas 1 1799 
, and Louisa (Hicks) Saunders. See his record. 

1 1810 II. Thomas Pettingell, b. at Hampton, now Rothesay, N. B., 5 
May 1833; and was living there in Feb. 1S74, unmarried. 

1 181 1 III. James Pettingell, b. at Hampton, now Rothesay, N. B., 29 Jan. 18662 
1835, a former; married at St. John, X. B., 17 Dec. 1S72, Ann Adeliza 
Wetmore, dau. of Caleb and Ann (Whelpley) Wetmore, of St. John, where 12 141 



1672 



Eighth Generation. 



11814 



11S16 



11816a 

118161, 
11816c 

Ii8i6d 

11816c 
n8i6f 



she was born 3 Jan. 1843. They settled at Rothesay, and were living 
there in May 1874. 

IV. Mary Elizabeth Pettingell, b. at Hampton, now Rothesay, 
N. B., 7 Jan. 1838; married, in May 1805, John Thompson. They were 
living at Middle Simonds, X. B., in -March 1S74. 

V. Julia Maria Pettingell, b. at Hampton, now Rothesay, X. B., 21 
Dec. 1S39; married, in July 1864, Albert Parlee, son of Henry and Ruth 
(Teacles) Parlee, of Studholme, N. 15. They were living at Middle Simonds, 
X. B., in March 1874. 

VI. Margaret Jane Pettingell, b. at Hampton, now Rothesay, X. B., 

2 Sept. 1842. 

_ VII. Ceorge Stanton Pettingell, b. at Hampton, now Rothesay, 
X. B., iS March 1847; an( ^ uas living there in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 



[S667 



Child of Joseph and Lydia (Hicks) Lamb. 

I. Samuel Whitney Lamb, b. at Kingston, X. B., 27 Jan. 1839; 

married, 24 Dec. 1S6S, Charlotte Lavinia Saunders, dau. of John ]. and 
Mary (Thompson) Saunders, of Kingston, where she was born 15 June 
1S44. She died 21 Feb. 1872. He married (2d), 24 Dec. 1S73, at Kings- 
ton, Deborah Mabee, dau. of Abraham D. Mabee. They were living at 
Portland, St. John, X. B., in May 1874. 



4368 
1 8670 



Chil. of Benjamin Cale and Susanna (Carpenter) Hicks. 

I. Lemuel Hicks, b. at Carleton, St. John, N. B., 29 Sept. 1S55; died 
at Carleton, 5 March 1837, and was buried there. 

II. Anna Hicks, b. at Carleton, X. B., 17 Feb. 1S57. 

III. William Hicks, b. at Carleton, X. B., 19 June 1858. 

IV. Louisa Hicks, b. at Carleton, X. B., 24 May 1S63. 

V. Ceorge Hicks, b. at Carleton, N. B., 28 Feb. 1867. 

VI. Isabella Hicks, b. at Rothesay, X. B., 30 March 1869. 



4569 



Whitney Family 



Child of Charles and Almira (Leavitt) Adams. 
Adams, a dau. 



Child of Charles and Mary Sawyer (Chipman) Adams. 
11818 II. Adams, a dau. 



Chil. of Ceorge Smith and Eliza (Shaw) Adams. 
11819 I. Emily Jane Adams, b. at Golden Grove, St. John, N. B., 16 Oct. 



1 1S20 II. William Henry Adams, b. at Golden Grove, X. B., 20 Feb. 1S58. 

1 1821 III. Elizabeth Adams, b. at Golden Grove, N. B, 22 Ap. 1S60. 

1 1822 IV. Susan iVIaria Adams, b. at Golden Grove, N. B., 23 May 1861. 

11823 V. Ellen Mary Adams, b. at Golden Grove, X. B., 25 Aug. 1S62. 

1 1824 VI. Albert Adams, b. at Golden Grove, N. B., 10 Feb. 1864. 



[826 



11 



birth, unnamed. 



Huggins, b. at St. John, X. B.; died a few hours after 



Child of John Augustus and Cecilia (Rainsford) Adams. 

1 1827 I. Fanny Jane Adams, b. at St. John, X. B., 7 Aug. 1S63; died at 
Montreal, C. E., 29 Aug. 1S71, and was buried at Fredericton, X. B. 



1673 

4571 



4574 



Chil. of Edward Henry Horatio and Sarah (Adams) Huggins. 4575 

1825 : I. Sarah Huggins, b. at St. John, X. B.; died when two months old. 



4578 



Child of Ceorge Walter and Margaret Ann (James) Whitney. 4581 

[S28 I. Elizabeth Whitney, b. at St. John, X. B., 14 Oct. 1S59. 



[674 

1 1 829 

1 1830 

1 1 83 1 

1 1832 
"833 

1 1834 

1 1835 



1836 
11837 

1 1838 

11839 



Eight Ji Generation. 



Chil. of James Augustus and Eliza (Crear) Whitney. 

I. Walter Hamilton Whitney, b. in Orange Street, St. John. N. B., 
20 Dec. 1857 ; died at St. John, 4 Feb. 1S58, and was buried in St. John 
Rural Cemetery. 

II. Frank Butler Whitney, b. in Princess Street, St. John, N. B., 9 
Jan. 1859. 

III. Mary Whitney, b. in Princess Street, St. John, N. P., 9 Feb. 
1862; died there, 22 Sept. 1862, and was buried in St. John Rural Ceme- 
tery. 

IV. Annie Maria Whitney, b. in Princess Street, St. John, N. P., 30 
June 1863. 

V. George Walter Seely Whitney, b. in Princess Street, St. John, 
N. B., 23 Feb. 1S65. 

VI. Margaret Whitney, b. in Princess Street, St. John, N. B., 1 June 
1867. 

VII. John Ghaloner Whitney, b. at 426 Hamilton Street, Cleveland, 
Ohio, 30 March 1870; died in the same house, 9 Sept. 1870, and was 
buried in the Rural Cemetery at St. John, N. B. 



4582 



Chil. of William Henry and friary (Wilson) Olive. 

I. William Henry Ward Olive, b. in Front Row, Carleton, St. John, 
N. B., 23 March 1S56. 

II. Edgar Havelock Olive, b. in Duke Street, Carleton, N. B., 25 
March 1858. 

III. John Charles Buckle Olive, b. in Duke Street, Carleton, X. B., 
10 Sept. 1862. 

Chil. of Isaac and Loranah Forest (Lee) Olive. 



4584 



4586 



I. William Henry Olive, b. in King Street, Carleton, St. John, N. B., 1S67 
5 Aug. 1837; married by Rev. J. F. Bill, Baptist, 21 Nov. i860, to Jane 
Sime, born 4 July 183S, dau. of Alexander and Jane (Coates) Sime. 



Whitney Family 



1675 ; 



j They settled at St. John, and were living there in Feb. 1874. He was 
then agent for the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company. 

' J ! 

1 1840 1 II. George Frederick Olive, b. in King Street, Carleton, St. John, 

N. B., 2 1 Jan. 1839; died at Carleton, I July 1S39, and was buried there, 
1 in the old cemetery. 

1 1841 ' III. Isaac James Olive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. John, N. B., 

22 Ap. 1S41; a ship-builder; married by Rev. Maurice Swabey, Episcopal, 
1 7 March 1S72, to Louise Augusta Littlehole, dau. of John Craft and Han- 
j nah (Ketchum) Littlehole. and widow of Reatteay. She was born 

15 Aug. 1S32. They settled at St. John, and were living there in Jan. 
; 1874, without children. 

1 1842 IV. John Lee Olive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. John, N. B., 3 18675 
j Aug. 1845; married at Portland, N. B., I Jan. 1872, by Rev. William II. 

I Devebor, Episcopal, to Jenny Andrews, dau. of Joseph and Jane (Armour) 
I Andrews, of Portland, where she was born 1 Sept. 1S47. They settled at 
St. John, and were living there in Jan. 1S74. 



1 1843 

1 1S44 



1845 



1S46 



II347 



V. Chipman Ingersol! Olive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. John, 
N. B., 5 Feb. 1S48; and was living at St. John in Jan. 1S74, unmarried. 

VI. Alfred Ernest Olive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. John, 
N. P., 2S March 1S50; married at Carleton, 22 July 1873, by Rev. Mr. 
Hickson, Baptist, to Amelia Clark Lamoreaux, dau. of David Brown 
Wetmore and Elizabeth Bond (Toole) Lamoreaux, of Carleton, where she 
was born 9 March 1S52. They settled at St. John, and were living there 
in Jan. 1874. 



VII. George Melbourne Olive, b. 

John, N. B., 9 Ap. 1852; a druggist; was 
in Jan. 1S74, unmarried. 



Prince Street, Carleton, St. 
ing at Cambridgeport, Mass 



VIII. Frederick Clare Olive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. )ohn, 
N. B., 12 Ap. 1854; and was living at St. John in Jan. 1S74. 

IX. Frank Herbert Olive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. John, 
N. B„ 28 July 1856. 



X. Eugene Percy Olive, 

N. B., 24 Feb. 1S60. 



b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. John, 



1676 



1 849 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Sylvanus Whitney and Elizabeth Susanna (Dunham) Olive. 

I. George Wood Olive, b. in King Street, Carleton, St. John, N. B. 
17 Dec. 1837; was drowned in Acapulco Bay, Mexico, 1 March 1863. 



1850 \ II. Hannah Eliza Olive, b. in King Street, Carleton, St. John, X. B., 18676 

4 June 1839; married in Prince Street, Carleton, 4 Sept. 1S59, by Rev. E. 
I Bottereli, Wesleyan, to Jacob Brothers Drake, son of Peter and Elizabeth 
! Ann (Brothers) Drake, then deceased, of Carleton. They were living at 

Carleton in March 1874. 

1851 j III. Sylvanus Whitney Olive, b. in King Street, Carleton, St. John, 

N. B., 11 June 1841; died at Carleton, 14 Nov. 1 S46, and was buried 
there. 



[8682 



[852 : IV. Charles Olive, b. in King Street, Carleton, St. John, N. B., 13 
July 1843; married in her father's house, 21 Dec. 1865, by Rev. Maurice 
I Swabey, Episcopal, to Amyet Lavinia Beatteay, dau. of Joseph and Mary 
(Coram) Beatteay, of Ludlow Street, Carleton. They settled at Carleton, 
and were living there in March 1874. 

1S53 V. Mary Helen Olive, b. in King Street, Carleton, St. John, N. B., 186S6 

30 Jan. 1S47, married at Carleton, 18 Dec. 1867, by Rev. John Perkins, 

Wesleyan, to Alfred Henry Craft, son of William and Sarah (Lord) Craft, 

then deceased, of Carleton. They settled at Carleton, and were living 

there in March 1874. 

VI. Susan Elizabeth Oiive, b. in King Street, Carleton, St. John, 1S687 
IN. B., 4 Ap. 1S51; married at Carleton, 12 Ap. 1868, by Rev. David 
I Crandall, Baptist, to Frederick Brittain, son of William Craft and Sarah 
! (Sheall) Brittain, of Ludlow Street, Carleton. They settled at Carleton, 
and were living there in March 1874. 

1 1855 ' VII. Eveline Olive, b. in King Street, Carleton. St. John, N. B., 4 
I Ap. 1S5 1 ; died at the same place, 29 Aug. 185 1, and was buried in Carle - 
I ton Cemetery. 

1 1856 j VIII. David IVJillar Olive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. John, 1S690 
' N. B., 4 June 1853; married at Carleton, 20 May 1872, by Rev. T. 

Burgess, Presbyterian, to Mary Ann Davis, dau. of Matthew Henry and 
Helen Jane (Mclnness) Davis, then deceased. They settled at Carleton, 
and were living there in March 1874. 



11857 



IX. Arthur Seville Wetmore Oiive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, 
St. John, X. B., 3 May 1S56; and was living at Carleton in March 1S74. 



Whitney Family. l ^77 



1185S X. Richard William Olive, b. in Prince Street, Carleton, St. John, 
N. B., 29 March 1859. 



Chil. of James and Mary Craham (Clark) Olive. 45SS 

11S59 I. Ebenezer Olive, b. at Carleton, St. John, N. B., 21 Oct. 1838; a 1S691 
druggist; married at Carleton, 19 Oct. 1866, Sophia Mayes, dau. of Samuel 
and Elizabeth (Berry) Mayes. They settled at Moncton, X. B., and were 
living there in March 1874. 

11SC0 II. Brunswick Augustus Olive, b. at Carleton, St. John, N. B., 7 
Dec. 1840; died at Carleton, 14 May 1 841, and was buried there. 

11861 III. William Qiive, b. at Carleton, St. John, N. B., 23 March 1842; 18694 
a surveyor of lumber; married in 1862, at Carleton, by Rev. Samuel 
Robinson, pastor of the Brussels Street Baptist Church, t" Ceorgina 
Thompson Hanson, dau. o{ Robert Varden and Priscilla (Knight) Hanson, 

of Carleton, where she was born 20 July 1S42. They settled at Carleton, 
and were living there in March 1S74. 

1 1862 IV. Frederick Olive, b. at Carleton, St. John, X. B., 14 June 1844; 
died at Carleton, 21 Sept. 1 S46, and was buried there. 

11563 V. James Weldon Olive, b. at Carleton, St. John, X. B., 19 Nov. 1S700 
, 1846; a surveyor of lumber; married in 1S69, at Boston, Mass., Jane Eills, 

dau. of William and Margaret (McMa-ter) Eills. They settled at Yar- 
mouth, N. S., and were living there in March 1S74. 

11564 VI. Charles Frederick Olive, b. at Carleton, St. John, N. B., 21 1S702 
Dec. 184S; a clerk of Customs ; married at St. John, 4 Jan. 1871, Henrietta 
Damond Estey, dau. of William and Margaret (Estey) Estey, then deceased, 

of St. John, where she was born 1 1 Aug. 1853. They settled at St. John, 
and were living there in March 1874. 

11865 VII. Douglas Oiiye, b. at Carleton, St. John, X. B., 2 Feb. 1851. 

1 1866 VIII. fVlary Graham Olive, b. at Carleton, St. John, X. B., 4 [une 
1S53- 

11 867 IX. Lemuel Allen Wilmot Olive, b. at Carleton, St. John, N. B., 
2 Aug. 1 S3 5; died at Carleton, 9 Sept. 1856, and was buried there. 

1 1868 X. Hannah Olive, b at Carleton, St. John, X. B., 29 Aug. 1S57. 



,167s 



Eighth Generation. 



1 1 869 XI. John Clark Olive, b. at Carleton, St. John, N. B, 21 Sept. 1S59; 

died at Carleton, 23 Ap. 1S61, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Sylvanus and Elmira (Parker) Whitney. : 459° 

11870 I. William Frederick Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, 

N. S., 29 Oct. 1S36; died there, 9 Sept. 1844, and was buried in the Baptist 
Cemetery at Bill Town, Cornwallis. 



1871 



1 1 873 

11874 
11875 

1 1876 

1 1877 

11878 
1 1879 



II Sarah Ann Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, N. S., 6 18703 
Nov 1S38; married there, 24 March 1857.JarT.es Frederick Cox, a master- 
mariner son of Edward Manning and Mary (Pinneo) Cox, of Canning, 
Cornwallis, where he was born in 1834. They have lived at New York 
City, St. John, N. B., and Cornwallis, N. S.; and were dwelling at Dimlm, 
Ireland, in Feb. 1S74. 

III. Mary Eliza Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, N.S., 18 
May 1 841; died there, 9 Sept. I S44 and was buried in the Baptist Ceme- 
tery at Bill Town, Cornwallis. 

IV. Sophronia Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, N. S., 25 
Ap. 1843 ; died at St. John, N. B., 20 May 1854. and was buried there, in 
the Eastern Cemetery. 



V. Augusta Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, N. S., 11 Oct. 
1845- 

VI. James Frederick Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, 
N. S., 11 Oct. 1848. 

VII. Ceorge Washington Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Corn- 
wallis, N. S., 4 June 1S52. 

Chil. of Sylvanus and Alico Jane (Bowles) Whitney. 

VIII. Elmira Jane Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, N. S., 
, 5 Dec. 1856. 

IX. Ella Maude Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, N. S., 18 
' May 1859. 

X. Laura May Whitney, b. at Hall's Harbor, Cornwallis, N. S., \\ 
Dec. i860; died there, 7 June 1863, and was buried in the Free Baptist 

i Cemetery. 



4590 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Ceorgo Fitch and Caroline Cowles (Weed) James. 

1 1 880! I. Stephen James, b. in July 1S23; was reported to be living at Big 
I Grove, Iowa, in Ap. 1 877. 

11881 II. William Sears James. 

11882; III. George Fitch James, b. at Brownhelm, Ohio, 15 July 1834; 
died at Council Bluffs, Iowa, in Dec. 185;. 

1 1 8S3 IV. Caroline Cowles James, b. in 1837; tUlC ' m tne Summer of 
866. 



i6_ 7 l 



1 1884 



V. Frederick L. James, b. in 1S44; died at Helena, Montana, 15 
Jan. 1S67 



Chil. of Eiekiel Landon and Hannah (James) Goodrich. 

I. Charles Goodrich, b. at Brownhelm, Ohio, 14 Oct. 1824; a mer- 
chant ; married at the Mercer Street Church, in New York City, 3 Dec. 
1856, by Rev. George L. Prentiss, Presbyterian, to Amelia Murray Mason, 
dau. of John Lefferts and Amelia (Murray) Mason, of 232 Fourth Street, 
New York, where site was born 30 Ap. 1835. They were living, in Ap. 
1877, at Stockbridge, Mass., where he settled in 1839. 

18861 II. John Goodrich, b. at Brownhelm, Ohio, 18 Jan. 1826; amerchant; 
married there, 27 Sept. 1S60, Mary Crace Betts, dau. of Rev. Alfred 
Handfcrd and Sarah (Harris) Betts. of Brownhelm, where she was born 9 
July 1835. They settled at Brownhelm, where she died 3 May 1876. He 
was living there in Ap. 1877. 



1 1887 



III. George Homer Goodrich, b. at Brownhelm, Ohio, 14 Nov. 
1835; died at Helena, Montana, in the Autumn of 1S67. 



Chil. of Edward and Cordelia (James) Parkhurst. 

I. Cordelia Parkhurst, b. at Brownhelm, Ohio, 29 Oct. 1831; and 
was living there, with her mother, in Ap. 1877; unmarried. 

II. Caroline Eiiza Parkhurst, b. at Brownhelm, Ohio, 22 July 1S34; 
and was living there, with her mother, in Ap. 1877; unmarried. 



4591c 

18706 



[8719 



459i 



i68o 



Eighth Generation. 



1 1890 III. Emily Louisa Parkhurst, b. at Brownhelm, Ohio, 19 Dec. 1838; 

died at Brownhelm, 20 July 1839, and was buried there. 

I1S91 IV. Emma Louisa Parkhutst, b. at Brownhelm, Ohio, 5 June 1S47; lS/21 

married there, 25 Ap. 1868, Nehemiah Daniel Minkler, son of Daniel and 
Lucy (Smith) Minkler, of Vermillion, Ohio, where he was born in May. 
1846. They were living at Fremont, Ohio, in Ma)- 1877. 



[S92 



Chil. of Charles James. 



I. Susan James, married Bragdon ; and was 

South Russell Street, Boston, Mass., in Feb. 1S74. 



4597 



1893 II. Victoria James, married Scoboria: 

Myrtle Street, Boston, Mass., in Feb. 1874. 

And several others. 



and was 



ing at 34 
ing at 66 



11894 

11895 

1 1 896 

1 1 897 

1 1 898 

1 1899 

1 1900 



Chil. of Ceorge Whittiker and Jane (Peacock) James. 

I. Robert James, b. in Montgomery Street, New Vork, 8 Nov. 1833; 
, died at New York, 1 Dec. 1833, anci was buried in the Second Street 

Cemetery. 

II. Emilia James, b. at Philadelphia. I'enn., 9 March 1S35; married 
: at New York City, 12 March 1862, Reuben Hopkins Plass. 

III. Ceorge Alexander James, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 30 Dec. 
I 1837; and died there, 20 March 1S38. 

IV. Charlotte Sweeney James, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 8 Aug. ! 
1839; married in 1861, at New York City, Stephen Shepard. 

V. Isabella James, b. at Philadelphia, Penn., 4 Oct. 1841; married, 
at New York City, Ceorge Quackenbush. 



4599 



VI. Clorana Lewis James, b. at Philadelphi 

1843; married, in New York City, James Marshall. 



Penn., 2^ Nov. 



Chil. of Ceorge Whittiker and Ellon (Smith) James. | 4599 

VII. Stephen James, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., iS Ap. 1850; died 
there, 31 May 1852, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 



190 1 

1 1 1902 
1 1903 
11904 



Whitney Family. 



1681 



VIII. Sarah Emma James, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 28 Oct. 1851; 
died there, 3 Sept. 1 S 5 2 , and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 

IX. George Willet James, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1S53. 

X. Mary Anna James, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 29 Sept. 1855. 

XL Emma Esteile James, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 2 July 1857 ; died 
there, iS Oct. 1858, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 



1 1905 XII. Ella Frances James, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y., 7 Ap. 1859; died 
there, 29 June 1861, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 

1 1906 XIII. Charles Ellsworth James, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 25 July 

1S61 ; died there, 27 July 1S71, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 

1 1907 XIV. Josephine Victoria James, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y., 24 May 
1863; died there, 1 Aug. 1864, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 

1 1 90S XV. Frederick James, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y., 26 July 1S65; died 
there, 25 Jul)- 1 86(3, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 



1909 



XVI. William Francis James, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y., 19 Nov. 1866. 



1910 XVII. Stefjhen Robert James, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y., 2 Nov. 1S69. 

191 1 I XVIII. Caroline rViay James, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 19 Aug. 1S73. 



1 1912 
11913 



1 1 9 1 4 
11915 



Chil. of Samuel and Mary (Appleby) Peers. 

I. Robert Trenholm Peers, b. at Kingston, X. B., 13 Jan. 1820; 
died 1 Ap. 1 8/1 , unmarried. 

II. William Henry Peers, b. at King-ton, N. B.. 23 May 1821; a 

farmer; married at Kingston, 26 March 1S44, Esther Amelia Oldham, dau. 
of John and Esther (Dickson) Oldham, of Kingston, where she was born 
29 Ap. 181 1. The}- settled at Kingston, and were living there in Ap. 1S74. 

III. Charles James Peers, b. at Kingston, X. B., 21 Feb. 1S23 ; and 
was living there in Ap. 1874. 



IV. Hannah Peers, 

March 1826. 



at Kingston, X. B., 7 Feb. 1825; died 25 



4606 



:S 7 2 4 



1 682 

1 191G 

11917 

11918 

1 1918a 
11918b 

11918c 

1 191 8d 

119l8e 



Eighth Generation. 



V. Mary Jane Peers, b. at Kingston, X. 15., 30 March 1S27; died 25 
Aug. 1827. 

VI. John Appleby Peers, b. at Kingston, N. B., 11 Sept. 1S2S; died 
28 March 1829. 



Chil. of Charles Simcoe and Letitia (Burpee) Appleby. 

I. Stephen Burpee Appleby, b. at Florenceville, N. B.; married 
there, in 1864, Harriet Elizabeth Estey, born at Wickiow, N. B., in 1S45, 
dau. of John Holton and Mary Ann (Raymond) Estey. He was living at 
Woodstock, X. B., in March 1874; a barrister, and a member of the 
Dominion Parliament. 

II. Charles Appleby, b. at Florenceville, X. B.; and died there, un- 
married. 

III. James W. Appleby, married Catharine Elder, in 1874; and was 
living at Florenceville, N. B., in Sept. 1877. 

IV. Isaac Watts Appleby, b. at Florenceville, N. B.; and died there, 
unmarried. 

V. Ebenezer Appleby, b. at Florenceville, N. B.; and died there, 
unmarried. 

VI. Caroline Esther Appleby, b. at Florenceville, N. B., 1 1 July 
1S47; married there, 6 Nov. 1871, William Samuel Peters, a farmer, son 
of James and Eliza Peters, of Kingston, X. B., where he was born 28 May 
1840. They were living at Florenceville in Dec. 1S77. 



4608 



iSjjC 



Chil. of John Tompkins and Esther (Chaloner) Appleby. 
I. Mary Anne Appleby, b. at Kingston, X. B., 30 June 1835. 



4609 



[920 i II. William James Appleby, b. at Kingston, X. B, 15 Ap. [S37; 18727 
I married Sarah Eliza Worthrop, dau. of James S. and Susan (Cox) Northrop; 
\ and settled at Gagetown, X. B., where she died 21 Jan. 1873. He was 
I living there in Ap. 1S74. 



Whitney Family. 



11921 III. Samuel Peers Appleby, b. at Kingston, N. B., 27 June 1839; 
died at Kingston, 2S Sept. 1852, and was buried there. 

11922 IV. Julia Hannah Appleby, b. at Kingston, N. 11, 6 Sept. 1840; 
; married there, 31 Jan. 1865, William Elias Pickett, son of David and Ruth 

Sherwood (Wetmore) l'ickett. See his record. 

1 1923 V. Chcrles Tompkins Appleby, b. at Kingston, N. B., 7 July 1S43; 
died at Kingston, 20 Ap. 1852, and was buried there. 

1 1924 ' VI. Letitia Elizabeth Appleby, b. at Kingston, N. P., 19 Nov. 1845; 

married there, 28 Sept. 1870, by Rev. William Elias Scovil, Episcopal, to 
James Albert Williams, a farmer, son of James Dorset and Mary (Parker) 
\ Williams, of Kingston. They settled at Long Reach, Kingston, and were 
living there in Ma)' 1874. 

11925! VII. Henrietta Amelia Appleby, b. at Kingston, X. P., 13 Aug. 
i 1848; married, 17 Feb. 1876, Oscar Avanda Wetmore. See his record. 

11926 VIII. John Chaloner Appleby, b. at Kingston, N. P., 16 Ap. 1851; 
died at Kingston, 20 Ma)- 1851, and was buried there. 

1 1927 ; IX. Esther Annabel Appleby, b. at Kingston, X. P., 12 Sept. 1852. 



1683 



18456 
1 1685 



11928 
1 1929 



Chil. of Samuel and Susan (Finch) Ritchie. 

I. Martha Ann Ritchie, b. at Belfast, Me., 1 July 1S24; was living 
at St. John, X. P., in March 1S74. 

II. Henry Finch Ritchie, b. at St. John, X. P., in Jan. 1S26; died at 
Boston, Mass., 31 Aug. 1S50. 



1 1930 ' III. George Ritchie, b at St. John, X. P.; a clergyman ; was living 
at Pig Rock, Iowa, in May 1874, but gave no answer to the queries sent to 



11931 
11932 

1 1933 



IV. James Ritchie, b. at St. John, X. P.; died there, aged 6 years. 

V. Mary Esther Ritchie, b. in Duke Street, St. John, X. P., 16 July 
1S34; and was living at St. John in March 1S74. 

VI. Isabella Ritchie, b. at St. John, X. P.; and died there, when one 
year and a half old. 



i68 4 



Kip' J i fit Gen era tio n . 



Chil. of Watts and Lydia Lockwood (Stickney) Bowkcr. 



4G18 



1934 : I. Sarah Ann Bowker, b. at Machias, Me., 23 Aug. 1S16; married 1S732 
there, 7 Sept. 1837, James Andrew Cetchel, a farmer, born at Machias, 28 
| Ap. 1814, son of Marshall and Mary (Holmes) Getchel." She was living ( 
at Machias in March 1876. 

[935 j II. Margaret Bowker, b. at Machias, Me., 8 Aug. 1818; married at 
East Machias, 13 March 185 I, Jacob Foster, a farmer, who was born there 
6 Dec. 1 S 1 S. She was living at East Machias in March 1876, without 
children. 



1 1936 j III. Elizabeth Stickney Bowker, b. at Machias, Mt 

married, in 1850, James Farish, a merchant, of Calais, M 
I at Calais, where she died 3 Ap. 1854. He died at Nursery J 
Sept. 1 869. 



9 May 1822; ; iS;^6 
They settled 



1937 i IV. Winslow Bowker, b. at Machias, Me., 27 June 1S24; a house- iS/t,j 
joiner; married there, 16 Dec. 1850, Hannah Boynton, born at Machias, 12 
June 1832, dan. of Stephen and Almira (Brown) Boynton. They settled 
! at Machias, and were living there in Ap. 1876. 



1938 



V. William Clark Bowker, b. at Machias, Me., iS Aug. 1830; a 

house-joiner; married at Machias, 6 Ap. 1863, Ruth Hall Watts, dau. of 
Samuel and Esther (Whitney) Watts, of Jonesborough, Me., where she was { 
born 22 Ap. 1839. They settled at Machias, and were living there in 
March 1S76. He enlisted, as a private, in the first company formed in 
Calais; was enrolled, 5 July 1861, as a member of the band, in the 6th 
Reg. of Maine Volunteers ; and took part in the siege of Yorktown, the 
battle of Williamsburgh, and the seven davs' fight before Richmond. 



■40 



1939 I VI. Watts Henry Bowker, b. at Machias, Me., 29 Dec. 1S36; mar- 
ried, 3 June 1857, Julia Maria Lyon. They were living at Brookline, 
Mass., in March 1S76. His military service was the same as that of his 
brother, William Clark Bowker. 



1 1 940 
11941 
1 1942 



Chil. of Samuel and Hannah (Stickney) Burpee. 

I. Jeremiah Burpee, b. in Nov. 1823; died in 1831. 

II. Sylvester Burpee, b. in Sept. 1S28; died 29 June 1867. 

III. Samuel Burpee, b. in Nov. 1S29. 

The Stickney Genealogy, p. 4S5, adds an 1. 



[ 8744 



4619 





/ / 7 h itn ey Fa m ily. 


1685 




' 1943 


IV. Isabella Burpee, b. 4 Nov. 1833; married Thomas Cobum ; and 
died 30 Sept. 1857. 


4G20 


Chil. of Joseph Bonney and Mary (Stickney) Cilley. 


1 1 944 


I. Samuel Cilley, was living at Machias, Me., in Ap. 1S76. 




1 1945 


II. Sarah Cilley, married Abel Hadiey. 




(1 946 


Ill Elizabeth Cilley. 




1 1947 


IV. George Cilley. 




11948 


V Lockvvood Cilley. 




H949 


VI. Frances Cilley, married Simeon Bowker. 




1 1950 


VII. Joseph Watts Cilley. 




H95' 


VIII Jeremiah Cilley, is dead. 






Chil. of Samuel Lockwood and Mary Ann (Connolly) Stickney. 


4621 


11952 


I. Margaret Stickney, b. at Sheffield, N. B., 16 Aug. 1830; died 14 
July 1S56. 




H953 


II. Mary Ann Stickney, b. at Sheffield, N. B., 21 Ap. 1S33; died 9 
Aug. 1S45. 




1 1954 


III. Sarah Elizabeth Stickney, b. at Sheffield, N. B., 22 Sept. 1836; 
married, 21 Oct. 1858, Cideon Knight Hanson, sun of Robert Varden and 
Priscilla (Knight) Hanson. They settled at St. John, N.B., and were living 
there in 1 S69. 


18750 


H955 


IV. Harvey Emery Stickney, b. at Sheffield, N. B., S Jan. 1S41; was 
living at St. John, N. B., in 1869, unmarried. 






Chil. of James and Elizabeth (Stickney) Burpee. 


4622 


11956 


I. William C. Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, N. B., 13 Sept. 
1S29; married, 20 July 1852, Elizabeth Cowperthwaite. 





1 686 


Eighth Generation. 


' 


"957 


II. Ebenezer Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, N. B., 6 March 
I S3 I ; married Julia Cowperthwaite. 




1195S 


III. Charles J. Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, X. 13., 29 Oct. 
1833; married, 18 Jan. 1861, Letitia Barker. 




11959 


IV. Elizabeth Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, N. B., 10 Aug. 
1834; married, IO June 1S61, Thomas Coburn. 




1 1960 


V. Thomas N. Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, N. B., 3 May 
1836; married, 22 Now 1 860, Jane Foster. 




1 1 96 1 


VI. Mary P. Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, N. B., 3 March 
1838; died 15 Oct. 1842. 




1 1962 


VII. Hannah Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, X. B., iS Feb. 
1840; married, 15 Feb. 1864, James Edward Simmons. They were living 
at Lakeville Corner, X. B., in March 1874. 




1 1963 


VIII. Lockwood Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, N. B., 11 
Jan. 1S42: was killed, 13 Nov. 1863, by an explosion on the steamer 
Sunbury. 




1 1 964 


IX. David Cowperthwaite Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, 
X. B., 26 Oct. 1843; married Rachel Vandine. 




1 1965 


X. Annie Burpee, b. at French Lake, Sheffield, X. B., 27 Oct. 1S46; 
married Albert Ferguson, of Lakeville Corner, X. B. 






Chil. of George and Isabella (Stickney) Clark. 


4625 


1 1 966 


I. Henrietta Clark, b. at Nackawick, X. B.; married John Clark. 




1 196; 


II. Anna Clark, b. at Xackawick, X. B. 






Chil. of Archibald and Anna (Stickney) Plummer. 


4626 


1 1 968 


I. James Plummer. 




1 1969 


II. Mary Plummer, married Frederick Miles. 







// liitney Fa7iiily. 


1687 


11970 


III. Louisa Plummer, married John Miles. 




!i 9 ;i 


IV. Anna Plummer, married Joshua Coiweii. 




I 19/2 


V. Henrietta Plummer, married James Walters. 




1 1973 


VI. Julia Plummer, twin. 




! i 1974 

1 


VII. Helen Plummer, twin; died young. 




"975 


VIII. Ella Plummer. 




1 1976 


IX. Frederick Plummer, died young. 






Chil. of Jeremiah Burpee and Grace (Robertson) Stickney. 


4627 


"977 


I. Wilhclmina Stickney, b. at Sheffield, N. B., 27 March 1842; 
married, 7 Dec. 1 861, Henry A. Palmer, who died 26 May 1863. 




1 1978 


II. Henry Constantine Stickney, b. at Sheffield, N. B., 1 Sept. 
1S44; and was iiving there in 1869, unmarried. 






Chil. of James Henry and Hannah (Finch) Clark. 


(4628 
(4617 


"979 


I. Henry Finch Clark, b. at Maquapit Lake, Canning, N. R., 19 Jan. 
1S47- 




1 1980 


II. Esther Elizabeth Clark, b. at Maquapit Lake, Canning, N. B., 
6 Ap. 1850. 




1 19S1 


III. James William Mehemiah Dow Clark, b. at French Lake, 
Sheffield, N. B , 3 Feb. 1S55. 






Child of James Lawrence and Charlotte (Hitchcock) Slason. 


4634 


1 1982 


I. Mary Elizabeth Slason, b. at Pittsfield, Vt., 5 May 1842; mar- 
ried Thomas Jefferson Ketchum, a physician, son of Thomas and Betsey 
Ketchum ; and settled at Pittsford, where the)' were still living in March 
1876. 


18754 



6S8 



Eigh fh Generation . 



1 1933 

11984 

11984^ 



1 19S6 



198; 



1988 



Chil. of James Lawrence and Abigail (Whitcomb) Slason. 

II. Francis Chapman Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt, 11 Nov. 1852; a 
clerk; married at Ticonderoga, N. Y., 4 July 1875, Fanny Porter, dau. of 
Franklin and Phebe (Brown) Porter, of Ticonderoga, where she was born 
16 Jan. 1S53. They were living at Ticonderoga in .March 1 S76. 

III. George William Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt, 21 March 1856; 
and was living at Whiting, Vt, 21 March 1S7G. 

IV. Cordelia Maria Siason, b. at Granville, N. Y., 21 Oct. 1857; 
died at Eastern, X. Y., 2~ July 1861, and was buried at Greenwich, N. Y. 



f<534 



Chil. of Augustus Monfort and Ann Maria (Slason) Thompson. 

1985 I. Helen rV5aria Thompson, b. at Perrysburgh, Ohio, 10 Dec. 1S37; 

! died at Perrysburgh, 14 March 1843, and was buried there. 



II. Francis Henry Thompson, b. at West Rutland, Vt., 28 July 
1S39; a farmer; married at Perrysburgh, Ohio, 23 Dec. 1867, Amanda 
IWarilia Baird, widow of Lieut. Asa Spofford (of the 21st Reg., Ohio Vol- 
unteers, who died in prison at Charleston, S. C.), and dau. of George 
Washington and Almira (Hinc) Baird. She was born at Miltonville, Ohio, 
18 Sept. 1838. They were living at Perrysburgh in Ap. 1876. 

III. Mary Arrietta Thompson, b. at Perrysburgh, Ohio, 14 Feb. 
1841; married, 3 May 1861, Edward Livingston Baird, a deputy-auditor, 
born at Miltonville, Ohio, 31 July 1833, son of George Washington and 
Almira (Hine) Baird. He was lieutenant, afterward adjutant, in the 21st 
Reg. of Ohio Volunteers ; served through the whole war, coming home 
much weakened by exposure; and died of typhoid pneumonia, 7 March 
1867, at Perrysburgh, where also he was buried. She married (2d), 25 
Jan. 1873, at Toledo, Ohio, Charles Dustin, a dealer in hardware at whole- 
sale, born at Perrysburgh, 24 June 1843, son of Dr. Nathaniel and Hannah 
(Smith) Dustin. They were living at Toledo in Ap. 1S76. 



4C"'35 



[8756 



IV. Charles Augustus Thompson, b. at Perrysburgh, Ohio, 16 18761 
March 1843; a grocer; married at West Rutland, Vt., 12 May 1869, Helen 
Tuttle, of that place. He was a student in Kalamazoo College, Mich., and 
there enlisted in Co. C, 17th Reg. of Mich. Volunteers; was captured at 
Fredericksburg, Va , while bearing the State colors; and was imprisoned 
as Andersonville for eight months, until, being verv ill and reduced almost 

I 



IV I i it u ey Fa m il\ » . 



j to a skeleton, he was exchanged and sent home. They were living at West 
' Rutland in Ap. 1S76. 

[9S9] V. James William Thompson, b. at Perrysburgh, Ohio, 19 May 
1 1S46; a farmer; married at Perrysburgh, 25 May 1869, Sarah Lawrence, 
dau. of Henry Clark and Elizabeth (Debolt) Lawrence, of Perrysburgh. 

She was born at Springfield, Ohio, 9 Dec. 1S43. They settled at Lime 
! City, Chin, and were living there in Ap. 1876. 

1990! VI. Emeline Louise Thompson, b. at Perrysburgh, Ohio, 16 Feb. 
1848; married at Vienna, Mich., 15 March 186S, William Sprague Weed, 
son of Gideon Waterbury and Rebecca (Clarke) Weed, from New York 
City. He was born at Toledo, Ohio, 5 Aug. 1S46. They were living at 
j Peoria, 111., in Ap. 1876. 

VII. John Peter Thompson, b. at Perrysburgh, Ohio, 5 May 1851; 
married there, 31 Aug. 1875, Adeline Enola La Farree, born at Stony 
Ridge, Ohio, 2 May 1S53, dau. of Augustus Singleton and Amanda 
Malvina (Howland) La Farree. They were living at Perrysburgh in Ap. 
1876. He was then a student in the Cincinnati Dental College. 



1689 



18763 



Chil. of William Wallace and Annette Louisa (Gookin) Slason. 

1 1992 I. (Vlary Eleanor Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt, 27 Ap. 1843; was living 
I at Brattleborough, Vt, in Ap. 1876, unmarried. 

1 1993 ! II. Adelaide Louisa Slason, b. in Ohio in Dec. 1846; married at 
Centre Rutland, Vt., I 8 Aug. 1870, William A. Douglas. They were living 
at Rutland in Ap. 1876. 

III. Hiram Slason, b. at Perrysburgh, Ohio, in Feb. 1S50; died in 
Aug. 1855, at Rutland, Vt., and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery. 

Chil. of William Wallace and Sophia Ursula (Lacy) Slason. 

I 1 1995 ' IV. Annette Lacy Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt, 7 Jan. 1858; and was 
living at Fast Jaflrey, N. H., in Ap. 1876. 

1 1996' V. Celia Frances Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt., 12 Ap. iS6o; and was 
living at Fast Jaffrey, X. II., in Ap. 1876. 

I ' '997 ! VI. William (VJellville Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt, 18 Oct. 1861; died 
there, 23 Dec. 1864, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery. 



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4636 



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Kisrhth Generation. 



VII. Ann Maria Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt, 25 Sept. 1862; died 8 
Oct. 1862, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery. 

VIII. Charles Hiram Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt, 27 Sept. 1863; 
died there, [8 Sept. 1864. and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery. 

IX. Minnie Sophia Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt., 23 Oct. 1S64; died 
there, 15 Dec. 1864, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery. 

X. James Lacy Slason, b. at Rutland, Vt, 27 Dec. 1S65; died at 
Jaffrcy, N. II., 8 Nov. 1866, and was buried there, in Conant Cemetery. 



Chil. of Charles Harmon and Harriet Louise (Tilden) Slason. 4637 

I. Francis Charles Slason, b. at Jicaltepec, Vera Cruz, Mexico, 9 



Dec. 1866. 
12003 ■ II. William Tilden Slason, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 18 Ap. 1S70. 



III. Harriet Elsie Slason, b. at Nashua, N. IE, 1 Ap. 1872. 



Chil. of Lewis Le Grand and Hannah Amelia (Hoyt) Hyatt. 4643 

12005 !• Edgar Smith Hyatt, b. at New York City, 27 Ap. 1846; a manu- 18766- 
< facturer of rubber goods; married at New Brunswick, N. J., 3 June 1874, 

Annie Fisher Young, born at Brooklyn, N.Y., 2J June 1S53, dau. of Edwin 
and Cornelia (De Graw) Young. They were living at New Brunswick in 

! March 1876. 

j 

12006 II. Emma Foster Hyatt, b. at Milltown, N. J., 1 Ap. 1850; married [8767 
at New Brunswick, N. J., 27 Ap. 1S71, John Cockburn, a wine-merchant, 

son of James and Janet (Kerr) Cockburn, of Edinburgh, Scotland, and g. 
son of George and Jane (Duncan) Kerr. lie was born at Ratho, County 
of Edinburgh, 19 Ap. 1826. They settled at Edinburgh, and were living 
there in March 1876, at 2 Kilgraston Road. 

III. James Freeman Hyatt, b. at New York City, 16 Eeb. 1S55; 
died at Paris, France, 5 Jan. 1S56, and was buried in the Cemetery of Pere- 
Lachaise. 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Daniel Smith and Mary Almira (Dunbar) Mapos. 

[20o8 I I. Lester Dunbar Mapes, b. at 143 East 27th Street, New York, 14 
I Jan. 1866. 

12009 II. Florence Adeline Mapes, b. at 54 Eldridge Street, New York, 
18 Dec. 1S69. 



169I 

4646 



III. Emma Louise fVJapes, b. at 
Dec. 1 87 1. 



Henry Street, New York, 10 



Chil. of Frederick Augustus and Emeline (Smith) Hoyt. I 4649 

i 

I. Anna Seely Hoyt, b. at Philadelphia, Perm., 17 Sept. 1S47; mar " | 18770 
ried, 20 March 1S69, Frances W. Slaughter, of St. Louis, Mo. 

II. Maurice Albert Hoyt, b. at Philadelphia, Perm., 1 Aug. 1S49; 
married, 9 Oct. 1873, Emma Allen, of Philadelphia. 



Chil. of Albert Maurice and Erminda Oldfield (Hoyt) Hoyt. 

I. Ferdinand Vanderver Hoyt, b. at Warwick, N. Y., 1 Oct. 1847;] 
I a book-keeper ; married at Germantown, Penn., 6 Nov. 1S73, by Rev. Mr. ! 

Alberts, Lutheran, to Annie Taylor Roberts, dau. of Spencer and Elizabeth 
1 (Taylor) Roberts, of Germantown, where she was born 19 Aug. 1850. 

They settled at Philadelphia, Penn., and were living there in March 1S76, 
I without children. 

2014! II. Amelia Hoyt, b. at Warwick, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1849; died at 
Warwick, 6 May 1S63, and was buried there. 



Chil. of James Henry Teller and Ellen Chatham (Burr) Hoyt. 

12015 I. Fanny T. Hoyt, b. 23 July 1854. 

12016 II. Marinus Pike Hoyt, b. 27 Feb. 1S56. 

1 2017 , III. Charles Traquair Hoyt, b. in Oct. 1S60. 



4650 



4652 



169: 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of William A. and Maria Louisa (Weed) Conant. 

I. William Louis Conant, b. at New York City, 30 May 1S41; a 
lieutenant in the war of 1861; married, in Oct. 1870, Henrietta Downs. 



4654 



12019 II. Frederick Herbert Conant, b. at New York City, 1 Jan. 1S47; ^77^ 
married, 24 Oct. 1866, Mary Ella Croiier. 

12020 III. Florence Cornelia Conant, b. at New York City, 7 Ap. 1849. 



Chil. of Henry Mortimer and Caroline Amelia (Weed) Piatt. 465: 

I. Ella Louise Piatt, b. at New York City, 10 May 1844. 

II. Charles Slason Piatt, b. at New York City, 7 Dec. 1846; grad. 
1 in the School of Mines, Columbia College, New York, in 1868. 



2023 ' III. Grace Amelia Piatt, b. at New York City, 18 June 1850; mar- 18780 
[ried, 22 Oct. 1S72, Frederick Stallknecht, son of Frederick S. and Mary 
G. (Dawes) Stallknecht. 



12024 



12026 



IV. Frank Henry Piatt, b. at New York City, 15 Ap. 185: 



Chil. of Charles Ambrose and Ann Eliza (Slason) Bates. 

I. Frederick Piatt Bates, b. at Darien, Conn., 17 Ap. 1S61; died at 
Darien, 29 Aug. 1861, and was buried there. 

II. Ceorgiana Bates, b. at Darien, Conn., 17 June 1S67. 



4659 



?027 I III. Charles Francis Bates, b. at Darien, Conn., 25 Feb. 1S69. 

IV. Harriet Eliza Bates, b. at Darien, Conn., iS Ap. 1S71; died at 
Darien, 2 Sept. 1872, and was buried there. 

V. Martha Eugenia Bates, b. at Darien, Conn., 23 July 1873. 



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1 203 1 

I20J2 
12033 



:2036 



Chil. of Eugone Pulaski and Margaret Ellen (Smith) Slason. 

I. Cornelia Frances Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 27 Sept. 1861. 

1 

II. Edward Nelson Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 27 Aug. 1863. 

III. Charles Bentzlee Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 14 Feb. 
1865. 

IV. Margaret Eleanor Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., iS Sept. 
1 866. 

V. Eugene Pulaski Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 3 Aug. 1868. 

VI. Jessie Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 22 Feb. 1870; died at 
Bridgeport, 25 Feb. 1873, and was buried there, in Mountain Grove 
Cemetery. 

VII. r^ary Eliza Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 20 Nov. 1871. 

VIII. Harriet Louisa Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 29 Oct. 1873. 

IX. Jesse Weed Slason, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 4 Sept. 1875. 



1693 

4660 



12039 



12040 



Child of Francis and Harriet Francos (Nichols) Slason. 

I. Slason, a dan., b. at Bridgeport. Conn., 10 June 1872 ; died 

at Bridgeport, 17 June 1872, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Henry Piatt and Hannah Maria (Brown) Whitney. 

I. Florence Estelle Whitney, b. at Darien, Conn., 22 Aug. 1854; 
died 11 June 1865, "aged 10 years and 10 months." 



2041 I II. Ann Abaria Whitney, b. at Darien, Conn., 21 Nov. 1856. 



Conn., in Aug. 1864. 
12043 IV. Arthur Whitney, b. at Darien, Conn., 20 Aug. 1870. 



2042 ; III. Sarah L. Brown Whitney, b. at D< 



4661 



4663 



1 694 


Eigh th Gen t -ration . 


f" ~~ 1 




Chil. of Charles Milton and Francos Mary (Mills) Mather. 


4665 


12044 


I. Alice feather, b. at 187 Henry Street, New York, 19 March 1S61. 




1 2045 


II. Anna Mather, b. at 249 East Thirteenth Street, New York, 5 
June 1S65. • 




12046 


III. William Arnot Mather, b. at 249 East Thirteenth Street, New- 
York, 16 Ap. 1874. 






Child of Moses Sclleck and Mary Ellen (Stevens) Mather. 


4666 


12047 


I. Emily Caroline Mather, b. at Darien, Conn., 3 Feb. 1861. 






Chil. of George Messenger and Sarah Elizabeth (Clowes) Mather. 


4667 


1204S 


I. Lewis Frederick Mather, b. at 94 First Street, New York, 7 Ap. 
1S60. 




12049 


II. Maude Louise Mather, b. at 421 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 10 June 1S72. 






Chil. of Albert Hoyt and Sarah Uouisa (Mather) Scofield. 


4670 


12050 


I. -Edith Mary Scofield, b. at Darien, Conn., 2 Aug. 1871. 


I 


1 205 1 


II. Helen Louise Scofield, b. at Darien, Conn., 29 July 1873. 






Chil. of John Cotton and Mary Calista (Fredericks) Mather. 


4671 


12052 


I. Eva Mather, b. at Darien, Conn., 27 June 1869. 




12053 


II. Jessie Mather, b. at Darien, Conn., 19 Sept. 1S70. 




12054 


III. Mabel Mather, b. at Darien, Conn., 28 Nov. 1871. 




12055 

1 


IV. Luella May Mather, b. at Darien, Conn , 13 Dec. 1873. 





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169 



Child of John Orlando and Julia Ann (Whitney) Miner. 4674 

12056 I. Walter Whitney Miner, b. at Darien, Conn., 2 Sept.1860; and 

was living there, with his mother, in July 1874. 



Chil. of Benjamin Warren and Caroline Amelia (Whitney) Card. 4^75 

12057 I. Charles Whitney Card, b. at Stamford, Conn., 9 March 1866. 
1205S II. Frank Lathrop Card, b. at Darien, Conn., 3 May 1S67. 

12059 III. Emma Jane Card, b. at Stamford, Conn., 15 Aug. 186S. 

12060 IV. Jose|?h Hoyt Card, b. at Stamford, Conn., 4 Sept. 1869; died at 
Stamford, 27 Oct. 1869, and was buried there, in Woodland Cemetery. 



Child of Orlando and Mary Stickney (Couch) Whitney. 
1 206 1 I. Herbert Clyde Whitney, b. at Darien, Conn., 16 Nov. 1S67. 



Chil. of Ceorge Albert and Elizabeth Antoinette (Ferris) Whitney. 

12062 I. Helen Gertrude Whitney, b. at Darien, Conn., 7 Aug. 1869. 

12063 II. Charles Hanford Whitney, b. at Darien, Conn., 25 Nov. 1S70. 

12064 III. Jenny Whitney, b. at Tarentum, Penn., 31 May 1873; died 
there, 31 Jul)' 1873, and was buried in Tarentum Cemetery. 

12065" IV. Leroy Ferris Whitney, b. at Tarentum, Penn., 30 Oct. 1S74. 



Chil. of Walter R. and Susan Parks (Whitney) Holmes. 



12066 I. Frank Whitney Holmes, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 24 Feb. 1843 ; ? 
trader; has lived at Xegaunee, Mich.; and, in 1874, dwelt at Salisbury 
unmarried. 



4676 



46S- 



4685 



12067 II- Kate Bills Holmes, b. at Salisbury, Cor 



May 1846, and was 18781 



1696 



Eighth Generation. 



12068 
12069 
12070 
12071 



12073 

1 2074 
12075 



first named Kate Fowler Holmes; married at Omaha, Nebraska, 6 Oet. 
i 1869, William Fayette Boardman, of Oakland, Cal, horn at Sheffield, 
1 Mass., 1 14 Sept. 1S24, son of William and Abigail (North) Boardman. 

They lived at Oakland in 1874. His first wife was her mother's sister, 
i Frances Bills Whitney. 

III. Susan Holmes, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 5 March 1851; died at 
Salisbury, 19 Aug. 1851, and was buried there. 

IV. John Myron Holmes, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 28 Ap. 1854; died 
at Salisbury, 10 Sept. 1859, and was buried there. 

V. Fanny Grace Holmes, b. at Salisbury, Conn., 14 Jan. 1S60; died 
at Salisbury, 18 Ap. 1864, and was buried there. 

VI. John M. Holmes, b at Salisbury, Conn., 27 Feb. 1862; died at 
Salisbury, 1 1 Ap. 1864, and was buried there. 



Chil. of William Fayette and Frances Bills (Whitney) Eoardman. 

I. Frank Whitney Boardman, b. at Sheffield, Mass., 29 Dec. 1S4S; 
and was living at Oakland, Cal., in 1874. 

II. Charles Towne Eoardman, b. at San Francisco, Cal., 10 Jan. 
1856; and was living at Oakland, Cal., in 1S74. 

III. William Boardman, b. at San Francisco, Cal., 25 Ap. 1859. 

IV. Lincoln Edgar Boardman, b. at Oakland, Cal., 26 Oct. 1S60. 



Child of Henry Whitney Burnhar 
2076 ' I. Nancy Burnham, b. at Whitehall, N Y. 



Chil. of Ransom Noble and Adeline Cray (Burnham) Karner. 



46S9 



12077 I- Warren Goodsell Karner, b. at South Egremont, Mass., 1 Nov. 1878: 

. 1840; a farmer; married at Hillsdale, N. Y., II Nov. 1S68, Catharine 

Coon, born at Taghkanick, N. Y., 14 Aug. 1844, dau. of Levi and Mary 

'Not Salisbury, Conn., as printed at No. 46S6. 



// liituey Family. 



1697 



(House) G>on; and lived with his mother, at South Egremont, in 1874. 
He served in the war of 1S61. 

2078 II. Edward Ransom Karner, b. at South Egremont, Mass., 6 Oct. 
1846; a grocer; lived at Pittsfield, Mass., in 1874, unmarried. 

2079 III. Julia Adeline Karner, b. at South Egremont, Mass., 3 Eeb. 
: 1848 ; died there, 3 Sept. 1854, and was buried in South Egremont Ceme- 
; tery. 





12083 
12084 
120S5 



Chil. of John Vincent and Cordelia (Burnham) Cottrell. 

I. Imogene Myrtilla Cottrell, b. at Otis, Mass., iS July 1S48; died 
at Princeton, 111., 25 Dec. i860, and was buried there, in Oakland Cemetery. 

II. Sarah Cordelia Cottrell, b. at Otis, Mass., 3 Oct. 1852; died at 
Worthington, Mass., 18 Ap. 1853, and was buried there. 

III. Julia Isabel Cottrell, b. at Princeton, 111., 5 Ap. 1857; died 
there, 26 Ap. 1S59, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery. 

IV. Frank Lincoln Cottrell, b. at Princeton, 111., 26 Aug. 1858. 

V. Netty Dell Cottrell, b. at Princeton, 111., 10 Oct. 1861. 

VI. Mary Adeline Cottrell, b. at Princeton, 111., n Dec. 1863. 



Chil. of Alfred Smith and Helen iVJaria (Burnham) Foote. 

12086. I- Flora Estelle Foote, b. at Chester, Mass., 29 Nov. 1 854; ateacher; 
J lived at Chester Centre, Mass., in 1S74. 

120S7 : II. Frank Monroe Foote, b. at Chester, Mass., 1 Nov. 1857. 

208S HI. Helen Burnham Foote, b. at Chester, Mass., 10 Sept. 1859. 



Chil. of Henry Augustus and Elizabeth Ann (Whitney) Hale. 

2089 ; I. Elizabeth Salome Kale, b. at 2S8 Fourth Avenue, New York, 3 
Feb. 185S. 



4692 



4694 



4696 



1698 



Eighth ( feneration. 



12090 II. Catharine Louise Hale, b. in 1 1 6th Street, betwe. 
' and Avenue A, New York, 12 Oct. 1865. 



een First Avenue 



Child of 



and Eliza Amelia (Whitney) Sherr 



12091 

12092 
12093 
12094 

12095 
12096 
12097 

12098 



12099 
I 2 IOO 



I. Frank Sherm. 



Chil. of Charles Bingley and Emma Celia (Whitney) Armstrong. 

I. Charles Henry Armstrong, b. at Rochester, N.Y.; died of scarlet 
fever, 9 Jan. i860, and was buried in Mount Hope Cemetery. 

II. Emma Adelaide Armstrong, b. at Rochester N. Y.; died of 
scarlet fever, 1 Jan. i860, and was buried in Mount Hope Cemetery. 

III. Edward Wallace Armstrong, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 19 July 
1S62. 

IV. Emma Jane Armstrong, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 9 Nov. 1864. 

V. Jenny Irene Armstrong, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 21 July 1867. 

VI. Charles Bingley Armstrong, b. at Rochester, N.Y.; and died 
there, 7 Oct. 1871. 

Child of Benjamin' Marshall and Sarah Ann (Whitney) Huntington. 

I. George Marshall Huntington, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 27 Nov. 
1S62. 



4697 



4707 



4/09 



Chil. of Adelbert and Caroline (Bangs) Whitney. 47 10 

I. Charles Edward Whitney, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 23 May 1S68. 

II. Bertha Whitney, b. at Mount Morris, N.Y., 16 May 1S71; died 
22 May 1 87 1, and was buried at Mount Morris. 

III. John Randolph Whitney, b. at Mount Morris, N. Y., 30 Ap. 
1872; died 1 May 1872, and was buried at Mount Morns. 

1 His first name was omitted at No. 4709. 



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1699 



12102 IV. Frederick Adelbert Whitney, b. at Mount Morris, N. Y., 16 
May 1S73. 



Child of James Henry and Josephine (Eales) Whitney. 
2103 I. Bertha Amelia Whitney, b. at Rochester, N. V., 16 June 1872. 



Chil. of Jacob and Charlotte (Peatman) Holder. 

:2i04 I. Daniel Peatman Holder, b. at St. John, N. B., 7 March 1S30; a 
I carpenter; married at Cincinnati, Ohio, 24 Ap. 1S67, Eleanora Baldwin, 
dau. of Moses and Elizabeth (Waggoner) Baldwin, of Cincinnati, where 
she was born 1 May 1833. He dwelt at Brantford, C. W., from 185 1 till 
1863; and then settled at Cincinnati, where they were still living in May 
1S74, at 290 y'. Wade Street. 

12105 II. Charlotte Amelia Elizabeth Holder, b. at St. John, N. B., 31 
j March 1S35; married at Paris, Ont, 2S July 1S70, William Mark Topping, 

an accountant, formerly a teacher and journalist, son of George and 
Elizabeth (Laing) Topping, of Fochabers, Morayshire, Scotland, where he 
was born 13 Oct. 1835. They settled at Gait, Out., and were living there 
in May 1S74. 



Chil. of Charles Asa and Isabella (Haviland) Peatman. 

I. Louisa Adeline Peatman, b. at Greenwich, N. B., 12 March 
1839; unmarried in Ap. 1874. 

1 2 107 \ II. Amelia Harriet Peatman, b. at Greenwich, N. B., 22 Oct. 1842; 
unmarried in Ap. 1874. 

1210S : III. IVlary Elizabeth Peatman, b. at Greenwich, N. B., 19 Ap. 1S46; 
unmarried in Ap. 1874. 



Chil. of John and Mary Ann (Peatman) Belyea. 

1 2 1 09 i I. Charles Peatman Belyea, b. at Westfield, N. B., 30 Ap. 1825; 
j died at Westfield, 19 Oct. 1829, and was buried there. 



4720 
18784 



18785 



I 700 



Eighth Generation. 

II. Daniel Wellington Belyea, b. at Westfield, N. B., 8 Dec. 1S26; 
died at Westfield, 26 Sept. 1829, and was buried there. 

III. Samuel Jacob Belyea, b. at Westfield, N. B., 2S Aug. 1828; 
died at Westfield, 10 Oct. 1829, and was buried there. 

IV. John William Belyea, b. at Westfield, N. B., 2 Nov. 1830; a 
grocer; married at Indiantown, Portland. X. B., 15 March 1871, by Rev. 
Howard Sprague, Weslcyan Methodist, to Mary Louisa Joyce, dau. of 
James and Ann (Johnson) Joyce, of Main Street, Indiantown. They 
settled at Carleton, St. John, N. B., and were living there in Ap. 1874, 
without children. 



V. ftlary Ann Belyea, b. at Westfield, N. B., 14 Feb. 1833; married 187S7 
in her father's house, at the corner of Prince and Ludlow Streets, Carleton, 
St. John, X. B., 27 Jan. 1857, by Rev. Mr. Coster, rector of St. George's 
Church, to Andrew Buist, son of Andrew and Helen (Tennant) Buist, of 
Carleton. The) - settled at Carleton, and were living there in Ap. 1874. 



121 14 , VI. Beverley Belyea, b. at Westfield, N. B., 19 Feb. 1S35 ; a house- 
joiner; married at St. John, X. B., 22 Feb. 1870, by Rev. G. M. W. Carv, 
Baptist, to Ceorgiana Ellen Harrington, dau. of John and Maria (Marshall) 
Harrington, of St. John. They settled at Carleton, St. John, and were 
living there in Ap. 1874. 



>7*9 



Chil. of Kenry and Fanny Susanna (Flewelling) Peatman. 



I. Charles Wilmot Peatman, b. at Greenwich, N. B., 17 Ap. 1834; 
died at Brantford, C. W., 4 Sept. 1834, and was buried there. 

II. Norris Townsend Peatman, b. near the village of Mt. Clemens, 
Mich., 23 Oct. 1836; a dealer in stoves and tin-ware; married at Brantford, 
Out, 16 Oct. 1 87 1, by Rev. J. C. Usher, Episcopal, rector of Grace Church, 
to Alice Taylor, dau. of Frederick and Sarah (Rolph) Taylor. She was 
born in Orange Street, Red Lion Square, London, Eng., 28 Nov. 1843. 
They settled in Colborne Street, Brantford, and were living there in Ap. 
1S74. Before his marriage, he dwelt at Cincinnati, Ohio, for 11 months; 
at Hamilton, Ohio, 9 months; was in the Union army for 3 years and 
7 months, passing through all grades from private to major, and resigning 
in 1864; lived at Cincinnati, 18 months; at Oxford, Ohio, 6 months; 
Hamilton again, 3 months; Cincinnati, 6 months; Cynthiana, Ky., S 
months; and Cincinnati, 6 months. 



Whitney Family. 1701 



j 

121 17 III. Harriet Caroline Peatman, b. at Malahide, Elgin Co., C. W., 
19 Jan. 1839; married in Echo Place, Brantford, C. \V., 11 March 1S5S, 
Edward Evans Orr, son of James and Elizabeth (Evans) Orr, of LaChine, 
C. E., where he was born 28 May 1834. They settled at Brantford, where 
he died 11 Jan. i860. She moved, in 1S61, to Hamilton, Ont., and there 
married (2d), 4 Feb. 1S74, Donald Mcintosh, son of Thomas and Christina 
(Frazer) Mcintosh, of Tain, Ro^s-shire, Scotland. He was born at Inver- 
ness, Scotland, 7 May 1843. The}- were living at Hamilton in Ap. 1874. 
She had no children. 

12118 IV. Mary Ann Peatman, b. at Mount Pleasant village, Brant Co., 18793 
C. \Y., 22 Oct. 1S40; married at Brantford, Out., 21 Nov. 1869, by Rev. 
James C. Usher, Episcopal, to Francis James Crenny, a post-office clerk, 
son of Abram and Margaret (Pickle) Grenny, of Brantford, where he was 
born 1 3 Oct. 1 840. They were living at Brantford in Ap. 1 874. 

121 19 V. George Wynett Peatman, b. at Onondaga, in Brantford, C. \Y., 
4 Jan. 1843; a tinner; was living at Brantford, Ont., in Ap. 1S74, un- 
married. 



Chil. of George and Chloe Lyon (Cook) Peatman. 47^4 

I. Sarah Nanette Peatman, b. at Brantford, C. W., 29 Dec. 1841; 18795 
married at Belmont House, Brantford, 8 June 1865, by Rev. Johnstone 
Vicars, rector of St. James' Church, Ingersol, C. W., to Ceorge William 

Wye, a clergyman of the Church of England, son of John and Mary Elizabeth 
(Joseph) Wye, of Canada, formerly of London, Eng., where he was born 
20 Dec. 1S40. They settled at Wardsville, Ont., and were living there in 
Ap. 187+ 

II. Alfred Henry Peatman, b. at Brantford, C. \Y., 3 June 1848; 1S797 
a manufacturer; married at her father's house, 25 Nov. 1869, Elsie 
McWilliams, dau. of Aaron and Xancy (Blair) McWilliams, of Burford, 

Ont., where she was born 17 March 1843. They settled at Brantford, and 
were living there in Ap. 1874. 



Chil. of Wi 



iam Charles and Sarah Elizabeth (Peatman) Smith. 4725 



I. Harriet Eiiza Smith, b. at Greenwich. X. B., 14 July 1839; mar- 
ried, 15 Dec. 1864, James Arnold Lockwood. They were living at Corn- 
wallis, N. S., in Ap. 1S74. 



I 70: 



Eighth Generation, 



1 S79S 



12123 II. Mary Ann Smith, b. at Greenwich, N. B., 8 Feb. 1841; married 
in Brussels Street, St. John, N. B., 9 March i86l,by Rev. E. S. Robinson, 

'Free Baptist, to James Arnold Stuart, a carpenter, son of John B. and 

Rhoua Wellington (Arnold) Stuart, of North Natick, Mass., formerly of 

'Boston, Mass., where he was born in 1833. They dwelt at Grantville, 

Mass., from 20 March 1861 till Dec. 1861; at Westfield, N. B., till Ap. 

1862; and at Portland, Me., tili Aug. 1863, when he enlisted at Boston, 

Mass., in Co. H, nth Reg., Mass. Vol. Infantry. He was captured, con- 

; fined in Belle Isle Prison, Richmond, Va., and died there 9 June 1864. 

She was married (2d) at Westfield, N. B., 20 Dec. 1870, bv Rev. E. S. 

1 Woodman, Episcopal, to Daniel Parks Hatfield, a mariner, son of Cyrus 

! William and Eunice (Hillman) Hatfield, of Holton, N. B. He was born at 

' St. John, 3 Ap. 1S44. They were living at Westfield in Ap. 1874. 

12124 III. Charles Thomas Smith, b. at Greenwich, N. B, 24 July 1842; iSSoi 
married, 3 Dec. 1868, Mary Jane Dykeman, dau. of James and Philena 

! (Vail) Dykeman. They dwelt at Westfield, N. B., in Ap. 1874. 

12125 IV. Emily Jane Smith, b. at Kingston, N. B., 31 May 1844; rnar- 

i ried at Westfield, N. B., 22 Jan. 1S73, by Rev. E. S. Woodman, Church of 
I England, to John Caleb Lyon, a car-builder, son of David Alanson and 
' Betsey Elizabeth (Flewelling) Lyon, of Kingston, where he was born 2 
.March 1S43. They dwelt at Fairville, N. B., till 24 May 1873; then 

settled at Fredericton, St. Mary's, N. B., and were living there in Ap. 

1874, without children. 



V. Catharine Erittain Smith, b. at Westfield, N. B., 2 Sept. 1845; 
married in the Westfield church, 3 Nov. 1870, John Somerville Smith, a 
master- mariner, son of Stephen and Margaret (French) Smith, of Kingston, 
N. B., where he was born 3 Sept. 1842. They dwelt at St. John, N. B., 
for one year; and then settled at Westfield, where they were still living in 
Ap. 1S74. 



VI. Sarah Caroline Smith, b. at Westfield, N. B. 
died at Westfield, 15 May 1S55, and was buried there. 



Dec. 1 S47 ; 



[SS04 



Chil. of William and Harriet Caroline (Peatman) Harrison. 47-6 

I. Catharine Harrison, b. at Jerusalem, N. R, 12 March 1845; un- 
: married in Ap. 1S74. 

29 II. James Isaac Harrison, b. at Jerusalem, N. B., 18 July 1847; ' 

unmarried in Ap. 1874. 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Norris Townsend and Rachel Jane (Flewelling) Peatman. 

12130 I. Alfred LeBaron Peatman, b. at Greenwich, N. B., 23 Sept. 1844; 
married at Fredericton, X. B., 25 Aug. [869, by Rev. David Wetmore 
Pickett, Episcopal, to Matilda Coombs, dau. of Robert Vail and Ann 
(Hewitt) Coombs, of Fredericton. They were living- at Greenwich in Ap. 

1 iS/4- 

12131 ! II. Helen Chloe Maria Peatman, b. at Greenwich, N. B., 22 Oct. 
I 1846; married there, 2 Feb. 1869, by Rev. David Wetmore Pickett, 
i Episcopal, to Albert rVieCleery, a farmer, son of Hugh Watson and Hannah 
J (Gorum 1 ) McCleery, of Kingston, X. B. They were living at Kingston in 
jAp. 1874. 

1 21 32 III. Elizabeth Milner Peatman, b. at Greenwich, X. B., 1 Ap. 1S49; 
married there, 14 Feb. 1 87 1, by Rev. David Wetmore Pickett, Episcopal, 

I to James Nutter, son of William and Ann (Hogan) Nutter, of Greenwich. 
They were living at Greenwich in Ap. 1874. 

1 21 33 IV. Agnes Cecilia Peatman, b. at Greenwich, X. B., 21 May 1851; 
and was living there in Ap. 1S74, unmarried. 



I703 

4727 



Chil. of Caleb and Ann (Whelpley) Wetmore. 

12134 I. Augusta Sophia Wetmore, b. in New Brunswick, 7 Aug. 1S32; 
died 13 Ap. 1854. 

1 2 135 II. Charles Frederick Wetmore, b. in New Brunswick, 26 June 
j 1833; was living at New York City in 1S61. 

12136 III. William Walker Wetmore, b. in New Brunswick, SJune 1834; 
died 1 Aug. 1854. 

12 1 37 ; IV Caleb Newton Wetmore, b. in New Brunswick, 16 June 1S35; 

a merchant; was living at St. John, X. B., in Feb. 1874, a partner in the 
I firm of Wetmore Brothers, 67 King Street. 

1213S V. Charlotte Deborah Wetmore s b. in New Brunswick, 8 Aug. 
1S36; died 1 8 Aug. 1837. 



18S09 



'Hannah Gorum, says a correspondent, was (BostwiclO Goran 
'a daughter of Joseph Nathaniel and Sarah (Gorum) Peatman 



-.rdf-sUter of Mrs. Ann 



4730 



1704 



Hig-h th ( feneration . 



1 2 139 VI. Richard Barton Wetmore, b. in New Brunswick, 9 Feb. 183S; 
died 18 Oct. 1838. 

12140 VII. Emma Caroline Wetmore, b. at St. John, N. B., 19 July 1S39; 
and was living there in Feb. 1S74, unmarried. 

12141 VIII. Ann Adeliza Wetmore, b. at St. John, N. B., 3 Jan. 1S43; 1S662 
married there, 17 Dec. 1872, James Pettingell, son of Thomas Hanford Il8ll 

; and Ann (Hicks) Pettingell. See his record. 



12142 



IX. George Edwin Wetmore, b. at St. John, N. B., 13 July 1844; 
died 13 Sept. 1S44. 

X. Alfred Brunswick Wetmore, b at St. John, X. B., 10 March 
1S46; a merchant; was living at St. John in Feb. 1874, a partner in the 
firm of Wetmore Brothers, 6j King Street. 



Frederick and Sarah Ann (Brittain) Whelpley. 



[2144 



I 2 I46 



II. William Walker Whelpley, b. at Kingston, N. B., 6 March 
1836; was living at Portsmouth, Fug., in Ap. 1874. 

III. Charles Edwin Whelpley, b. at Kingston, X. B., 1 July 1S38; 
^married in March 1866, at Brooklyn, X. Y., Emma Pearson; died at 
J Brooklyn, 4 Sept. 1868, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 



473' 



I. Charlotte Amanda Whelpley, b. at Kingston, X. B., 10 Ap. 18810 
1S34; married in the chapel-of-ease, Long Reach, Kingston, 23 Jan. 1S61, 
Nathaniel Elijah Corham, a joiner, son of Samuel and Fanny Disbrow 
(Perkins) Gorham, of Kingston, where he was born 23 March 1834. They 
have always lived in some part of the parish of Kingston, their residence 
being at Clifton, Kingston, in Ap. 1874. 



:214s 



IV. Fanny Susanna Whelpley, b at Kingston, X. B., 11 Sept. 
1S40; died there, 12 Aug. 1862, and was buried in Long Reach church- 
yard. 

V. George Frederick Whelpley, b. at Kingston, X. B., 3 July 1843; 
married, I May 1S70, Elizabeth Ann Belyea, dau. of Solomon and Mary 
Whitney (Whelpley) Belvea. They were living at St. Croix, Me., in Ap. 
1874. 



11643 



Yl. Richard Thomas Whelpley, b. at Kingston, X. B, 2 Ap. 



Whitney Family 



170: 



1S47; was living at 24 South Canal Street, Chicago, 
unmarried. 



Ap. 1S74, 



Chil. of Benjamin Wallace and Martha Sarah (Whelpley) 
Crawford. 



12150 I. Harriet Crawford, b. at Kingston, N. B., 7 Feb. 1832; married in 
her father's house at North Oxford, C. W\, 11 March 1852, by Rev. Mr. 
Revel, Episcopal, to Edwin Haviland, a merchant, son of Sy'lvanus and 

j Maria Sophia (Nase) Haviland, of Nerepis, Kings Co., N. B., where he 
was born 14 Nov. 1822. They settled at Ingersoll, Out., and were living 

; there in Ap. 1S74, on Thames Street. 



121 5 1 II. Richard Thomas Crawford, b. at Kingston, N. B., ^o fuly 

1S33; married there, 25 June 1856, by Rev. William Elias Scovil, Epis- 
copal, to Susanna Elizabeth Crawford. They were living at Oxford, Ont, 
in A p. 1874. 



12152 III. Charlotte Jane Crawford, b. at West Oxford, C. W., 9 Sept. 
1S35; married in her father's hou-.e at North Oxford, C. W., 29 Feb. 
1864, by Rev. Donald McKenzie, Presbyterian, to James Barclay, a 

J farmer, son of John and Marian (McLeodj Barclay, of West Zora, C. W., 
j where he was born 22 Aug. 1S35. He died 10 Aug. 1864, and was buried 
at Embro, West Zora. She returned to her father's house, and was living 
j there, without children, in Ap. 1874. 

12153 IV. Augustus Adino Crawford, b. at Oxford, C. W., 24 July 1837; 
was living near Ingersoll, Ont., in Ap. 1S74, unmarried. 

12154 V. Clarissa Caroline Crawford, b at North Oxford, C. W., iS 
.June 1839; died there, 25 Feb. 1841, and was buried in the old St. James' 

Church-yard at Ingersoll, C. W. 

:215s VI. Sarah Ann Crawford, b. at North Oxford, C. W., 5 Jan. 1S41; 
married at Ingersoll, C. W., 17 Jan. 1S66, by Rev. A. Cross, Presbyterian, 
; to Robert Henderson, a farmer and dealer in furniture, son of William and 
; Ann (Stoop) Henderson, of Ingersoll, formerly near Newry, County Down, 
1 Ireland, where he was born 16 Oct. 183S. They dwelt at'West Zo'ra, Ont., 
j till 1872; at North Oxford till 15 Ap. 1S74; and then moved to Paisley, 
1 Ont. 



56 V 
1 8 4 t 



James Albert Crawford, 

was living at Molesv.orth, Ont 



b. at North Oxford, C. W. 
, in Ap. [874, unmarried. 



19 Jan. 



4733 



[S821 



I 706 



Eighth Generation. 



12157 VIII. Martha Matilda Crawford, b. at North Oxford, C.W., 10 Ap. 
! 1844; and was living there (near Ingersoll, Out.) in Ap. 1874, unmarried. 

12158 IX. Benjamin Benedict Crawford, b. at North Oxford, C. W., 

16 Nov. 1S45; died there, 13 Dec. 1S70, from a wound caused by the 
accidental discharge of a gun, and was buried in Ingersoll Cemetery. 



Chil. of Titus Brown and Elizabeth Anti (Belyea) Whelpley. 

59 ! I. Charlotte Whitney Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, 
j N. B., 12 Oct. 1859; married there, 2 Jan. 1861, Ormond Elting Flewelling, 
'eldest son of William Puddington and Esther Ann (Merritt) Flewelling, of 
Clifton, N. B. They were living at Pleasant Grays, Salisbury, Westmore- 
land Co., N. P>., in March 1874. 



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18S27 



[2160 II. Hannah Augusta Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, 
N. B., 15 Jan. 1S42; married there, 16 Sept. 1863, Cabriel Hudson 
Flewelling, a ship-builder, second son of William Puddington and Esther 
Ann (Merritt) Flewelling, of Clifton, N. B. They settled at Clifton, and 
were living there in March 1S74. He was a partner with his father, in the 
business of ship-building; a magistrate for Kings Co.; a captain in the 

1 Reserve Militia; and a past-master of the Midian Lodge of Free and 

! Accepted Masons. 



18830 



III. Catharine Elizabeth Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, 18516 
N. B., 9 Oct. 1844; married there, 14 Sept. 1S64, William Wallace 
Wetmore, a carpenter, son of David and Eliza (Whelpley) Wetmore. See 1 1716 
] his record. 



Chil. of Nathaniel Corum and Maria Jane (Starkins) Whelpley. 

12162 I. Fanny Amanda Whelpley, b. in Fifth Street, New York, 1 Feb. 
.855. 

1 2 163 II. Catharine Adelaide Breanss Wheipley, b. in Sixth Street, 
I New York, 1 Ap. 1857. 



Chil. of Solomon and Mary Whitney (Whelpley) Belyea. 



12164 I. Stephen Collins Belyea, was living at Kingston, N. B., in Ap. 
1874. 



Whitney Family. 



1707 



2164.. II. Elizabeth Ann Belyea, married Ceorge Frederick Whelpley, son 

of George Frederick and Sarah Ann (Brittain) Whelpley. See his record. 1214s 



12165 



166 



167 



I 2 169 



I2I7I 

I2I72 

12173 
I 



Chll. of James Scovil and Charlotte Anderson Orde (Cookson) 
Whelpley. 

I. Mary Ann Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, X. B., 20 
Sept. 1 S45 ; married at Kingston parish-church, 4 May I S69, Howard 
Douglas Wetmore, a farmer and carpenter, son of David and Eliza 
(Whelpley) Wetmore. See his record. They were living at Clifton, X. B., 
in Ap. 1874, without children. 

II. Charlotte Jane Whelpley, b. at Long Reach. Kingston, X. B., 
5 Ap. 1S47; married at Portland, St. John, X. B., 28 Dec. 1S70, by Rev. 
Canon Harrison, Episcopal, to Henry V/iley, a shipwright, son of Robert 
and Mary Ann (Jacobs) Wiley, of Carleton, St. John, ^here he was born 
15 Ap. 1842. They dwelt at Clifton, X. B., till Oct. 1872; and then 
moved to Rothesay, X. B., where they were still living in Ap. 1S74. 

Chil. of James Scovil and Cornelia Ogden (Flewelling) Whelpley. 

III. Arthur Scovil Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, X. B., 
18 Oct. 1855; and was living at Clifton, X. B., in Ap. 1874. 

IV. Julia fVlaria Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, X. B., 21 
Dec. 1856; died 21 Dec. 1856, and was buried at Long. Reach. 

V. Alice Maud Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, X. B., 14 
Oct. 1857. 

VI. Wilbur Wetmore Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, 
N. B., 25 Ap. 1S59; died 21 May 1859, and was buried at Long Reach. 

VII. Frank Herbert Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, N. B., 
1 1 Ap. 1 860. 

VIII. Helen Maria Whelpley, b at Long Reach, Kingston, X. B., 
13 Jan. 1S62. 

IX. Frederick Robert Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, 
N. B., 2 Sept. 1863. 



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4738 



iyoS 



E igh th Gen t v -a Hon . 



12 1 74 | X. Wilbur Whclpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, N. B., 6 Ap. 
i 1865; died 12 Ap. 1S65, and was buried at Long Reach. 

12175 XI, Albert Edward Ernest Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, 
K. B., 27 March 1S66. 



12176 XII. Cornelia Eveline Louisa Whelpley, b. at Long Reach, 
, Kingston, N. B., 2; Nov. 1867. 

12 177 ' XIII. James Whitney Wheiplcy, b. at Long Reach, Kingston, 
N. B., 29 March 187 I. 



Chil. of Richard Thomas and Jane Sophia (Cough) Whelpley. 

12178 I. Richard Ormond Whelpley, b. at Phoenix Mills, Fredericton, 
IN. B., 26 July 1S55. 

12179 J II. Charlotte Mabel Whelpley, b. at Phcenix Mills, Fredericton, 

N. B., 9 Nov. 1856. 



121S0 



III. Florence Whelpley, b. at Phcenix Mills, Fredericton, N. B., 9 
Ap. 1 S 5 S ; died at York Hotel, Fredericton, 25 July 185S, and was buried 
at Fredericton. 

IV. Ada Jane Whelpley, b. at York Hotel, Fredericton, N.B., 2 July 
1859; died 28 July 1859, and was buried at Fredericton. 

V. Marian Ida Whelpley, b. at York Hotel, Fredericton, N. R, 17 
Dec. 18C0. 



Chil. of Enos Henry and Hannah (Whelpley) Flewolling. 



4740 



12183 
12184 



2185 



I. Edith Pauline Flewelling, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 6 May 
1856; and was living there in Ap. 1874. 

II. John Raymond Flewelling, b. at Clifton, Kingston, N. B., 25 
Nov. 1857 ; and was living there in Ap. 1874. 



Chil. of Chancy Wright and Phebe Ann (Leach) Whitney. 

I. Chancy Leach Whitney, b. at Allen's Hill, Richmond! N. Y., 26 1883, 
July 1S36; married in her father's house at Marshall, Mich., 25 July 1S66, 



Whitney Family 



by Rev. Rufus Bush, rector of St. John's Church, Battle Creek, Mich., to 
Adeline Sibyl Coucher. They dwelt at Muskegon, Mich., in I .S74. 

:2iS6 II. Ambrose Worthington Whitney, b. at Allen's Hill, Richmond, 

[N.Y., IS July 1838; moved, with his father, to Utica, Mich., where he 
enlisted in Co. H, First Reg. of Mich. Cavalry. He was accidentally shot, 
while on duty at Charlestown, Va., 6 March 1S62, died the next day, and 
was buried near Charlestown. 

2187 III. Gurdon Clark Whitney, b. at Allen's Hill, Richmond, N. V., 4 
Oct. 1839; a farmer; married at her father's house, 1 1 Jan. 1S65, by Rev. 
William Piatt, Congregational, to Abigail St. John, dau. of George and 
i Permelia (Taft) St. John, of Shelby, Mich., where she was born 7 Jan. 1844. 
They dwelt at Shelby till 2S Ap. 1867; and then settled at Deerfield, Mich., 
where they were still living in 1S74. 

218S IV. James Henderson Whitney, b. at Allen's Hill, Richmond, 
N. Y., 22 July 1S42; a farmer and horticulturist; married at her father's 
; house, 16 Nov. 1869, by Rev. William Piatt, Congregational, to Mora 
Henrietta Hall, dau. of Isaac and Betsey (Daily) Hall, of Macomb, Mich., 
where she was born 11 Feb. 1S45. They settled at Black Lake, Mich., 10 
Sept. 1S71, and were .-till living there in 1S74, without children. 

2189 V. rVSinerva Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Royalton Centre, X. V., 26 
Nov. 1845; married in her mother's house at Shelby, Mich., 14 Nov. 
1 87 1, by Rev. William Piatt, Congregational, to James Henry Trowbridge, a 
' manufacturer of lumber and shingles, son of Amariah Castaline and Rhoda 
j More (Postle) Trowbridge, of Troy, Mich., where he was born 10 Jan. 
1S43. They were living at Evan, Mich., in 1874; and he was then pro- 
prietor of the Fvart House. 



12190 VI. Emily Joanna Whitney, b. at Royalton Centre, X. V., 
184S; was living at Evart, Mich., in 1S74, with her sister. 



Sept. 



I7O9 



18S36 



12191 VII. Adeline Ellen Whitney, b. at Shelby, Mich., 21 Aug. iS; 

1 2 192 VIII. Charles Edwin Whitney, b. at Shelby, Mich., 14 Aug. 

12193 IX - Luna Henderson Whitney, b. at Shelby, Mich., 27 Nov. 1 
died there, 23 Aug. 1863, and was buried in Utica Cemetery, Shelby. 



12194 



Chil. of Daniel Mason and Janet (Whitney) Hale. 

I. Henry Daniel Hale, twin, b. at West Bloomfield, N. V., 17 Nov. 
1839- 



4742 



I/IO 

12195 

! 

1 2 1 96 

12197 
12 198 

12199 



Eighth Generation. 



II. Helen Janet Hale, twin, b at West Bloomfield, N. Y., 17 Nov.; 18838 
1839; married there, 10 July i860, by Rev. Walter Ayrault, Episcopal, 

to Dudley Warren Case, son of Sebra Law ton and Cornelia Melissa (Gates) 
Case, of West Bloomfield, formerly of Bristol, N. Y., where he was born 
16 Feb- 1839. They dwelt at West Bloomfield in 1S74. 

III. Charles Whitney Hale, b. at West Bloomfield, N. Y., 14 July 
1 84 1 ; died at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 23 Jan. 1866, and was buried at Rich- 
mond, N. Y. 

I\'. Jenny Luther Hale, b. at Brooklyn, Conn., 31 Oct. 1S46; lived 
with her parents at West Bloomfield, N. Y., in 1S74. 

V. Altia Henderson Hale, b. at Brooklyn, Conn., iS Sept. 1S49; 
died at West Bloomfield, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1865, and was buried at Rich- 
mond, N. Y. 



VI. rVIary Elizabeth Hale, b. at Brooklyn, Conn., 24 July 1S52 ; died 
at Brooklyn, 25 Feb. 1S53, and was buried there. 



Child, of Augustus Lee and Minerva (Whitney) Whedon. 



2200 1. Jenny Leonora Whedon, b. at Pekin, X. Y., 8 Nov. 1841; grad. 
at St. Louis (Mo.) Normal School in Jan. 1870; a teacher; resided at St. 
I Louis in 1874. 



Chil. of Beachgood and Betsey Elizabeth (Bennett) Whitney. 

2201 ! I. Jane Barbara Whitney, b. at Royalton, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1S43 

married at Armada, Mich., 29 Sept. 1864, by Rev. Robert G. Baird, Con- 
gregational, to Byron Hopkins, a farmer, son of Leonard and Clarissa ] 
(Gay) Hopkins, of Waterford, Mich., formerly of Bruce, Mich., where he j 

: was born 28 Nov. 1841. They dwelt at Oakland, Mich., for one year; at 
Argentine, Mich., five years ; at Deerfield, Mich., one year ; and then 

(settled at Linden, Mich., where they were still living in 1874, without 

I children. 

2202 ' II. Henry Eleazar Whitney, b. at Pavilion, N. Y., 21 Oct. 1844; a 
j farmer; married at Vernon, Mich., 7 Feb. 1871, by Rev. Andrew Jackson 

i Richards, Methodist Episcopal, to Abigail Josephine Cummins, dan. of 
, William and Mary Maria (Middlesworth) Cummins, of Argentine, Mich., 
I where she was born 12 Nov. 1850. They dwelt at Byron, Mich., in 1874. 



4745 



Whitney Family 



1711 



12206 



1 2207 



2209 



III. Minerva Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Pavilion, N. V., 22 July 
1S46; died at Conesus, X. V., 24 March [847, and was buried there. 

IV. Charles Dennis Whitney, b. at Armada, Mich., 27 March 
184S; a farmer; married at Argentine, Mich., 20 Aug. 1873, by Rev. 
Orlando Sanborn, Methodist Episcopal, to Sarah Ann Roberts, dan. of 
David Nelson and Louisa Maria (Head) Roberts, of Argentine. She was 
born at Deerfield, Mich., 25 Sept. 1855. They dwelt at Linden, Mich., 
in 1874. 

V. Edgar William Whitney, b. at Armada, Mich., 22 May 1S51 ; a 
farmer; married at Holley, Mich., 2 Oct. 1873, by Rev. Orlando Sanborn, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Sarah Ellen Cooley, dau. of Elhanan and Barbara 
(Wyley) Cooley, of Deerfield, Mich., where she was born 7 July 1850. 
They were living with his father, at Linden, Mich., in 1874. 

VI. Sarah Adeline Whitney, b. at Armada, Mich., 21 May 1854; 
and was living with her father, at Linden, Mich., in 1874. 

VII. Eilen Catharine Whitney, b. at Armada, Mich., 25 Oct. 1856; 
and was living with her father, at Linden, Mich., in 1874. 

VIII. Mary Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Armada, Mich., 11 Jan. 1S59; 
and was living with her father, at Linden, Mich., in 1874. 

IX. Adah Sophia Whitney, b. at Armada, Mich., 15 May 1S61; died 
at Argentine, Mich., 11 March 1SG8, and was buried there. 



Chil. of James Bowcioin and Altio (Whitney) South\ 



2210 I. Sarah Elizabeth Southworth, b at Lockport, N. Y., 27 Feb. 

1849; died at Coldwater, Mich., 24 March 185 1, and was buried there. 



1221 1 II. Alice Gertrude Southworth, b. at Coldwater, Micl 
j 1852; and lived there in 1874. 



Nov. 



12212 III. Mark Hadley Southworth, b at Coldwater, Mich., 17 Aug. 
1857; and lived there in 1S74. 

1221s' IV. Floyd Edwin Southworth, b. at Coldwater, Mich., 25 Aug. 
1 i860. 



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IJ12 



Eighth Generatit 



Chil. of Edwin Henderson and Jennie (Dodge) Whitney. 

I. Edwin Dodge Whitney, b. at Ypsilanti, Mich., , 9 Marc], .86 

II. Jennie Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Lansing, Mich., 2 Jan. lS £ 

III. Louis Dennis Whitney, b. at Lansing, Mich., 15 Ap. ,S 7 2. 



1 22 1 7 
12218 



12219 



Chil. of Edwin and Ellen Mehetabel (Whitney) Mosher. 

I. James Dennis Mosher, b. at Coldwater, Mich., 8 Feb. 186,. 

II. Rita Leonora Mosher, b. at Coldwater, Mich., 25 March 1864. 



Child of William and Catharine (Reasoner) Whitney. 
I. Nettie Whitney, b. at Charleston, Mich., 3 Sept. 1857. 



Chil. of Coorge Washington and Matilda Ann (Wright) Whitney. 

12220 ,859 JUHa E "' Zabeth VVhit " e y> b - at Royalton Centre, N. Y„ 7 Sept 

I 
1222, j II. Ellen Whitney, twin, b. at Royalton Centre, N. Y., 5 Aug. ,S62. 

12222 ! J£ r d r?," Wh, ?°* ^, b. at Royalton Centre, N. Y, 5 A,, 
186.; died there, 12 Sept. ,S6 5 , and was buried in Mountain RioVe Ccrn- 
I etery, Koyalton. & 

223 IV. Melissa Whitney, b. at Royalton Centre, N. Y, 22 Dec. ,864. 



,2224 



Chil. of Joseph Warford and Julia Elizabeth (Whitney) Rich. 

V 5" , Ma 5 r E " 2a £eth Rich > b. at Marcellus, N. Y., 22 July .844; mar- 
ried by Rev. C. D Burlinghame (Methodist Episcopal) in her father, 
.house at Royalton N. Y., 14 March i860, to James William Burlington, 

I a farmer, born in the parish of Upton Noble, Somersetshire England 



a 



Whitney Family. 



i 7 i 3 



12225 
12226 



! Aug. i S39, son of John and Mary Ann (Hodnctt) Burlington. 1 They 
! lived at Marcellus till Dec. 1S67 ; at the village of Law ton, Mich., till Oct. 
S 1868; and subsequently in Porter township (Lawton P. 0.), Mich., where 
j he lias been township-clerk, and secretary of Porter Grange, since Ap. 
I 1873. He enlisted, 2S Aug. 1862, in Co. F, I22d Reg, N. Y. S. Volun- 
teers, as corporal; joined the Army o{ the Potomac, 5 Sept. 1S62, and 
took part in all of its engagements till wounded at G>ld Harbor, 1 June 
1 1864; was promoted to be sergeant, 16 March 1864; and was discharged 
! 18 March 1865, on account of wounds received at Cold Harbor. 

IL Ann Electa Rich, b. at Marcellus, N. Y., y Nov. 1845; died at 
' Marcellus, 30 May 1 846, and was buried there. 

III. George Whitney Rich, b. at Marcellus, X. Y., zj Sept. 1848; 
; died at Royalton, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1S49, and was buried there, in Mountain 
Ridge Cemetery. 



IV. Charlie Davis Rich, b. at Royalton, N. Y. 

at Leroy, Mich., in 1S74. 



[O Sept. 1S50; lived 



12228 
12229 



Chil. of Walter Wolcott and Julia Elizabeth (Whitney) Robbing. 

V. Frank Walter Robbins, b. at Gaines, N, Y., 1 July 1857. 

VI. Caroline Sexton Robbins, b. at Royalton, N. Y., 13 July 1859. 



Chil. of Davis and Mary Ann (Whitney) Hurd. 

12230: I. Edna Hurd, b. at Royalton, N. Y., 6 Sept. 1851; lived at Wright's 
Corners, N. Y., in 1874, unmarried. 

12231 II. Grace Hurd, b. at Royalton, N. Y., 27 March 1S56; lived at 
Wrights's Corners, X. Y., in 1874, unmarried. 



12232: 
12233 
'2234 



Chil. of James Adolphus and Elizabeth Wauton (Baker) Sibley. 

I. John Baker Sibley, b. at Kankakee, 111., 2 Oct. 1859. 

II. George Murdock Sibley, b. at Fulton, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1861. 

III. Mary Elizabeth Sibley, b. at Fulton, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1S66. 

■They came from England, .ind settled at Marcellus. X. V., in July 1S50. 



4753 



1714 



Eighth ( feneration. 



Chil. of Dennis Eliakim and Sarah Martha (Eldridge) Sibloy. .; • 

12235 I. Margaret Eldridge Sibley, b. at Chicago, 111., 10 March 1809. 

12236 II. Sarah Eliza Sibley, b. at Chicago, 111., 2 March 1870; died 29 
Sept. 1870. 

12237 III. James Whitney Sibley, b. at Chicago, 111., 4 Aug. 1S72. 



Chil. of Lewis and IVlp.ry Ann (Hart) Purdy. 

12238 I. Obadiah Wenman Purdy, b. at 17 Renwick Street, New York, 
4 Jul} - 1830; went to California in 1S51; and was drowned in San Fran- 

' cisco Bay, 22 Jan. 1S53, unmarried. 

12239 II- Elizabeth Hannah Purdy, b. at 17 Renwick Street, New York, 
29 March 1832; married in her lather's house at Shrub Oak, N. Y., 23 
March 1853, by Rev. Loyal B. Andrus, Methodist Episcopal, to Daniel 
Kennard, of West Somers, N. Y., who was born 29 July 1S28, son of 
Richard and Elizabeth (Fields) Kennard. 

III. Charlotte Rachel Purdy, b. at Shrub Oak, in Yorktown, N. Y., 
17 Jan. 1S35; married at Brewster's Station, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1857, by Rev. 
Matthew Van Deusen, Methodist Episcopal, to Levi Ellis, of New York 
City, who was born 21 July 1831, son of Richard and Jane (Bailey) Ellis. 

12241 : IV. James Hart Purdy, b. at Shrub Oak, in Yorktown, N. Y., 2 Feb. 
1838; a school-teacher in New York City, for several years, and later 
junior-principal of the Virginia Military Institute, at Portsmouth, Va.; was 
a student in the Medical Department of the University of the City of New 
York, at the commencement of the war of 1 861; enlisted at New York- 
City, 20 Ap. 1 86 1, as private, in Co. I, 71st Reg., N. Y. State Militia, and 
served till 30 July 1 861; was commissioned, 16 Aug. 1S61, second-lieut. in 
Co. F, 59th Reg., N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; promoted to be first-lieut, 12 
Oct. 1 861; captain, 19 Sept. 1862; and major, 8 Jan. 1S63. He took part 
in the first battle of Bull Run, 21 July 1861; Malvern Hill, July 1S62; 
Chantilly, or Second Bull Run, 1 Sept. 1S62; and Antietam, 17 Sept. 1862, 
where he was so seriously wounded in the left elbow, as to compel his 
resignation, 13 June 1863. He volunteered, 13 Aug. 1863, as aide-de- 
camp on the staff of Brig. Gen. James L. Kiernan ; went with him to 
Vicksburgh, Miss.; was captured, 12 Oct. 1863, in Madison parish, La.; 
was taken to Shreveport, La., and held a prisoner till I Jan. 1864. After 
the close of the war he studied law, was admitted to the bar, and settled 



// liitnev Family 



1715 



i at St. Louis, Mo. He married there, at 11 13 Chestnut Street, 29 July 
1S75, Alphonse Marie Louise Josephine Deprez, dau. of Isidore Joseph 

[ and Francoise Catharine Eustache (Janssens) Deprez, of St. Louis. She 

1 was born at Paris, France, 1 Ap. 1S48. They were living at 15 17 Olive 
Street, St. Louis, in May 1876. He is the author of Purdy s Laze and 

1 Business Chart for the United States, 1875, an epitome of the laws of the 
several States. 

V. Anna Margaret Purdy, b. at Shrub Oak, in Yorktown, X. Y., 15 
June 1839; married in Princess Anne Co., Va., 13 May 1S62, by Rev. Mr. 
! Chandler, Baptist, to Bartholomew Smith, a seedier in the Confederate 
army, who was born 23 Nov. 1 S39, son of Bartholomew and Margaret 
! (Burgess) Smith. lie died at Richmond, Va., 12 March 1S65. She was 
I married (2d), 6 Ap. 1869, at Shrub Oak, by Rev. James \V. Smith, Meth- 
odist Episcopal, to Ferdinand Hayes, who was born at South Xorwalk. 
Conn., 29 Oct. 1S39, son of Stephen and Man- (Keeler) Hayes. See his 
record. 



Chil. of Edmund and Harriet (Van Wart) Purdy. 



>43 | I. Abram Purdy, b. at 52 Van Dam Street, New York, 12 May 1833; 
died at New Vork in Nov. 1844, and was buried in the cemetery near the 
old Dutch Church at Tarrvtown, N. Y. 



4760 



12244 



II. Sarah Ann Purdy, b. at 52 Van Dam Street, New York, 3 March 
1835 ; married at Fox Lake, Wis., 9 Jan. 1S53, by Rev. Mr. Case, Baptist, 
to Carlos CrifTin, a druggist, son of Nathan and Sarah Barber (Gallup) 
Griffin, of Courtland, Wis. He was bom at East Haddam, Conn., 13 June 
1827. The}- settled at Fox Lake, where she was still- living in March 
1S73. He died there, 24 May 1S61, and was buried in Fox Lake Ceme- 
tery': 



18S63 



12245 111. William Fowler Purdy, b. at Sparta, in Ossining, N. Y., 1 Jan. 
i 1837 ; enlisted in Co. C, 19th Reg. of 111. Vol. Inf., 17 June 1861 ; was dis- 
i charged at Huntsville, Aia., 30 Jul)- 1S62, for disability; died at Fox 
Lake, Wis., 28 May 1864, unmarried, and was buried in Fox Lake Ceme- 
tery. 



12246 IV. Harriet Louisa Purdy, b. at Sparta, in Ossining, N. Y., 27 March 
1839; married at Fox Lake, Wis, 23 March 1S59, by Rev. Mr. Tucker, 
I Congregational, to Ceorge Henry Stevens, a grocer, born in New York 
City, 3 Dec. 1S31, son of John and Lucy (Bancroft) Stevens, who were 
; originallv from Mass. Thev settled at Fox Lake. He entered the armv, 
I 



1SS65 



iy\6 



Eighth Generation. 



12247 



to be major, 30 Aug. 1S62; Iieut. -colonel, 26 Jan. 1863; was wounded in 
the battle of Gettysburg^ Penn., 1 July 1863, and died 5 July 1N63 H e 
was buried in grave 10, section D, Gettysburgh National Cemeterv 1 
Love's Wisconsin in the War says: "Soon after the Astor Place riot 'he- 
joined the celebrated Seventh Regiment (National Guard) with which' la- 
was connected several years. In 1S56, he moved to Milwaukee, cn-M-vd 
in business, and soon became connected with the Milwaukee Li.'ht Guard 
1 as orderly sergeant of Co. B, afterward a part of the Citizens' Corns I n 
that position he received a silver medal, awarded for being the best drilled 
man in the company. In 1858 he entered on business at Fox Lake and 
there organized the Citizens' Guard, which, on the fall of Sumter, became 
Co. A of the Second Infantry. He was every where efficient as 'a soldier 
and officer, and cool and collected, yet brave and daring in battle " She- 
was married (2d) 4 Aug. 1867, at Columbus, Wis., bv Rev. Myron Reed 
Congregational, to James Arthur McMahon. They were livmo- at Mil' 
waukee, Wis., in March 1875. 

V. Catharine Purely, b. at Greenburgh, X. Y., 16 Feb. 1S41; married 
j at Fox Lake, Wis., 28 Oct. 1869, by Rev. Oliver Brown, Congregational 
to John T. Smith, a physician, son of Alexander and Sarah (Grant) Smith' 
of Oakland Co., Mich., and g. son of Nathaniel Grant. He was born in 
! Scotland, 13 Jan. 1823, and graduated at the Medical College of Cleveland 
Ohio, in 1S48. They were living at Fox Lake in March 1875 without 
i children. 



12248 



12249 



2250 



VI. Hannah Jane Purdy, b. at Sparta, in Ossining, N. Y., in Dec 

; iS43; died in Carmine Street, New York, March 1S45, and was buried in 
the cemetery near the old Dutch Church at Tarrytown, N. Y. 

VII. Edmund Smith Purdy, b. at New York City, 6 Sept. 1845; a 
, druggist; dwelt at Ripon, Wis., for one year, 1865; at Fox Lake, Wis one 
iyear, 1866; then settled at Portage City, Wis., where he was married, 13 

Sept. 1S71, by Rev. Samuel Pulford, Episcopal, to Helen Henderson 
Merrill, dau. of Henry and Elizabeth Missouri (Low) Merrill, of Fort 
Winnebago, Wis., where she was born 1 July 1S50. Thev were living at 
Portage City in May 1875; and he was then an alderman 'of the city. ° 

VIII. Mary Josephine Purdy, b. at Fox Lake, Wis., 1 June 1S4S; 
married there, 8 Jan. 1S73, by Rev. John P. Haire, Congregational, to 
Thomas Taylor Miner, a farmer and carpenter, born at Madison, N. Y., 4 
March 1823, youngest son of Rev. Jesse and Amanda (Head) Miner. 2 



' See Roll of /A mo 
'Rev. Jesse Mi 



l6 - P- '44- Church, was sent, as a missionary, to the St. 

if the Presbyterian bridge Indians, at Green B.iv, U'i-,., in i.S;S. 



/ 1 7/ itney Family 



[71 



They dwelt at Fond du Lac, Wis., till I Aug. 1874; then moved to Brother- 
town, Wis., where they were living in Ap. 1875, without children. He 
served for three years in the war of 1S61, as musician, in the 2 1st Reg. 
of Wis. Vols., and took partin seventeen battles. 

1251 i IX. Alice Alban Purdy, b. at Fox Lake, Wis., 10 March 1S51; was 
living at Portage City, Wis., in March 1875, unmarried. 



Chil. of Alsop and Kannah Elizabeth (Thorp) Purdy. 



1252 I. Benjamin Thorp Purdy, b. at 13 Carmine Street, New York, 28 
I Feb. 1S37; "ran away from home, when a boy, and changed his name to 

Charles B. Brady, which he still retains"; enlisted in the 2d Reg., U. S. 
J Cavalry, and served as a sergeant at Fort Bridger, Wyoming, and in New : 
I Mexico. In 1S61, he was ordered to Washington; entered the War 

Department as clerk; was appointed 2d lieut. in the regular army; was 
i promoted to be captain and, later, brevet-major of the 5th U. S. Cavalry; 

resigned in 1869; and was living at St. Louis, Mo., in 1875. He married, 

in July 1861, Annie Catharine Ericker, but would communicate no partic- ■ 

ulars to the writer. 



12253 II. Hannah Elizabeth Purdy, b. at 

j 20 Sept. 183S; was living at Chicago, 111., in 18 

12254 III. Louisa Augusta Purdy, b. in 6th A\ 

New York, 24 June 1841; died 20 Dec. 1842. 



Carmine Street, New York, 

1874, unmarried. 

ir Carmine Street, 
5 May 1844; 



12255 IV. Margaret Thorp Purdy, b. at Middletown, N. V 
was living at Chicago, 111., in 1874, unmarried. 

12256 V. Mary Ann Purdy, b. in 12th Street, New York, 3 Nov. 1S47; 
married by Rev. Jonathan Kelsey Burr, Methodist Episcopal, 26 Ap. 1865, 
to Theodore Olmstead, a painter, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who was born at 
New York City, 2j June 1S42, son of John and Melissa (Sague) Olmstead. 
She died at Brooklyn, E. D., 28 Oct. 1872, and was buried in New York- 
Bay Cemetery, New Jersey. He was living at Brooklyn, E. D., in Nov. 
1874. 

12257 ' VI. Emma Purdy, b. at Hudson City, N. J., 14 May 1852; and was 

living with her father, unmarried, at 537 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
in 1874. 



476. 
18S69 



(8874 



I7i8 



Eighth, Generation. 



>2 5 S 



VII. George Washington Purdy, b. at Hudson City, X. J., 12 Doc. 



Child of Alsop and Sarah Pierson (Gardit 



Purdy. 



12259 VIII. Louisa Gardiner Purdy, b. at Hudson City, N. J., 28 [an. 

1859; and was living with her parents, at 537 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn 
N. V., in 1874. 



Chil. of Joseph Fowler and Emeline Pamelia (Leake) Wright. 

2260 I. James Hewlett Wright, b. at New York City, 27 June 1830; a 

j merchant-tailor; married in Feb. 1849, at Sing Sing, N. Y., Susan Darrow; 
married (2d) in Feb. I S74, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Sarah Pamela 
Rogers ; and was living with her at Saratoga Springs (of which village he 
I has been mayor for several years) in Aug. 1S74. 



12263 



II. Josephine I. Wright, married 



Jaldwin; and was livinc 



at South Pass City, Wyoming, when last heard from. 



Chil. of James and Zillah (Hart) Wright. 

I. Samuel Hart Wright, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 18 Feb. 1825; a 
physician, botanist, and astronomical computer of almanacs; M.D., Hobart 
Free College, 24 Jan. 1865; A. M., Williams College, July 1865 ; Ph. D., 
Hamilton College, 2 July 1874; married at Starkey, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1845, 
by Rev. Manly Tooker, Methodist Episcopal, to Joanna McLean, c\,a\ of 
William and Elizabeth (De Groot) McLean, of New York City, where she 
was born 22 July 1S1 8. They settled, in 1850, at Dundee, in Starkey; 
where she died, 26 May 1855, and was buried in the cemetery of the Old 
Baptist Church. He was married (2d) at Jerusalem, N. Y., 14 Nov. 1S55, 
by Rev. Samuel M. Bainbridge, Baptist, to Mary Jane Burtch, who was 
born at Jerusalem, II March 1836, dau. of Jeremiah Sabin and Deborah 
(Luther) Burtch. They moved to the vicinity of Penn Yan, N. Y., in 1866, 
and were still living there in 1874. 

II. Sarah Ann Wright, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 8 May 1834; married 
at Dundee, in Starkey, X. Y., S Sept. 1S55, by Rev. Theodore M'Elhenny, 
Methodist Episcopal, to Ceorge Allen Smith, son of David and Nancy 
(Plummer) Smith. She died at Starkey, 2 Nov. 1857, and was buried at 
Dundee, in the cemetery of the old Baptist Church. He was living at 
Barrington, N. Y., in 1874. 



]\ 7 hitncv Family 



Chil. of James and Mary Ann (McKune) Comfort. 



264 I. George Comfort, b. at Harmon\ r , Perm., 28 Ap. 1 S 3 1 ; a minister 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church; married at Harmony, 26 Nov. 1851, 
by Rev. Calvin V. Arnold, Methodist Episcopal, to Helen Wicks, born at 
Bainbridge, now Afton, N. V., 31 Jan. 1830, dau. of James and Mary 
(Wicks) Wicks. He joined the Wyoming Conference, on trial, 1862; in 
full connection, 1864; was ordained deacon in 1864, and elder in 1866; was 
appointed to Osborne Hollow, N. Y., in 1862; Hawleyton and Brackney- 
I ville, Penn., 1863-5; Lisle and Whitney's Point, X. Y., 1866-7; Virginia 
Citv, Montana, 186S; missionary to Montana, 1869-70; Marathon, N. Y., 
1871; Nichols N.Y., 1872-3; Newark Valley, N. Y., 1874-6; Brooklyn, 
Penn., in 1S77; and was living in the latter village in Dec. 1S77. 



*7>9 

4769 
isssi 



?6s II. Oliver Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn., 17 Sept. 
24 May 1847, and was buried at Lanesborough, Penn. 



died there. 



12266 III. Esther Lyons Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn., 15 Feb. 1834; 1SS82 
married there, 8 Oct. 1836, in her father's house, by Rev. Reuben Nelson, 

D.D., of Kingston, Penn., president of the Wyoming Conference Seminary, 
to Horace Agard Shoemaker, a civil engineer, son of Daniel McDowell 
and Maria (Thurston) Shoemaker, of Nichols. X. Y., where he was born 
22 Feb. 1 S3 1. They dwelt at Cascade, in Harmony, for two years; at j 
i Owego, N. Y., two years; near Binghamton, N. Y., three years ; and then 
settled at Nichols, where they were still living in Jul} - 1S76. 

i 

12267 IV. Phebe Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn., 2 Feb. 1836; married 18885 
there, ! Jan. 1857, by Rev. John A. Wood, Methodist Episcopal, to Martin 

Jones Taylor, a farmer and lumberman, son of Jacob and Hannah (New- 
man) Taylor, of Lanesborough, Penn., where he was born. They settled 
at Lanesborough, and were living there in 1876. He was then station-agent 
of the Jefferson Railroad. 



12268 V. Sarah Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn., 14 May 1S37; married 18893 
there, 24 Dec. 1864, by Rev. Xelson Rounds, D.D., Methodist Episcopal, 
to John Whitham Cano, a farmer, soil of Jesse and Mary (Whitham) Gano, 
of Osborne Hollow, X. Y., where he was born. They settled at Osborne 
Hollow, and were living there in July 1S76. 



12269 VI. Fxlelson Rounds Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn., 12 Dec. 1839; 
a farmer; married at Harmony, 15 Sept. 185S, by Rev. S. Gregory 
I Stevens, Methodist Episcopal, to Fanny E. Martin, dau. of Richard and 
! Susan Martin, of Harmon}-. They dwelt at Windsor, X. Y., in Jul}- 1S76. 



;SS96 



1720 



Eighth. Generation. 



12272 

12273 

12274 
12275 
12276 



VII. Elizabeth Comfort, b. at Harmony, Perm., 1 Dec 1841- m-ir 
ned at Windsor, N. V., 2S Dec. 1865, by the pastor of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, to Noel D. Warner, a farmer. They dwelt at Port Cr me 
N. V., m July 1876. ' ' 

VIII. John Robert Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn, 2 Ap 1844- a 
farmer; married at Binghamton, N. Y., 25 Sept. iS66, Frances Watrous, 
dau. of John Watrous, of Windsor, N. Y., where she was born They 

| dwelt at Windsor till Ap. 1875; then returned to his father's homestead it 
1 Harmony, and were living there in July 1876. 

IX. Jane Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn., 10 Feb. 1848; died ther- 
16 March 1S73, unmarried, and was buried at Lanesborough, Penn. 

X. Flora Ruth Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn., 18 July 1850- mar 
ned at Thompson, Penn., 2 Jan. 1S68, by Rev. Jonas Underwood, Methodist 
Episcopal, to Cilbert Emerson MctCune, a farmer, son of Silas Fowler and 
Charlotte (Hatch) McKune, of Lanesborough, Penn., where he was born 
Iney dwelt at Lanesborough in July 1876. 

XI - Comfort, a son, b. at Harmony, Penn., iS Dec 1S51 ■ died 

there in infancy, and was buried at Lanesborough, Penn. 

XII. Silas Gildersleeve Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn 18 Mav 
1854; died there, 15 Dec. 1853, and was buried at Lanesborough', Penn. ' 

XIII. Helen May Comfort, b. at Harmony, Penn., 16 July 1856- a 

teacher; was living at Harmony in July 1S76, unmarried. 



Chil. of Seth Augustus and Esther (McKune) Lyons. 

122; I. Francis Alvin Lyons, b. at Lanesborough, Penn., 30 March 1834- 

a merchant; married at Oxford, X. Y., 25 June 1S62, Harriet McNeil, dau. 
of Charles A. and Philura (Main) McNeil, of Oxford. They settled at 
Lanesborough, and were living there in Jul}- 1876. 

2278 II. Julius Lyons, twin, b. at Lanesborough, Penn., 29 March 1840; 

j died at Lanesborough, iS Ap. 1S49, and was buried there. 

'■279 III. Lucius Lyons, twin, b. at Lanesborough, Penn., 2 9 March 1S40; 

I died at Lanesborough, 10 June 1847, and was buried there. 



Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Joseph Fowler and Betsey Abigail (Curtis) McKune. 

12280 I. James Fowler McKune, b. at Windsor, X. V., 15 Oct. 1847; a 
farmer; married at Windsor, 31 March 1874, Dora Rosepha Watrous, dau. 
I of William Wallace and Delia Ann (Comstock) Watrous, of Windsor, where 
j she was born 15 Aug. 1852. They were living at Lanesborough, Penn., in 
May 1S76. 

>Si j II. Ida McKune, b. at Windsor, N. Y., 5 Feb. 1S50; married there, 

j 27 Dec. 1870, Isaac Munger, a house-builder, son of Benjamin and Rebecca 

j (Brownell) Munger, of Tompkins, N. Y. He was born at Hobart, N. Y., 

17 Ap. 1839. They were living at Lanesborough, Penn., in May 1S76, 

' without children. 

>82> III. May Elizabeth McKune, b. at Windsor, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1 S 5 3 ; 
j and was living there in Ma}- 1S76, unmarried. 



1721 

477' 
18910 



Chil. of Jacob Lounsbury and Hannah (Clements) Rider. 

I. William James Ifider, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 20 Oct. 1836; died 
I there, 9 March 1838, and was buried near the Baptist Church. 

2284! II. Henry Clements Rider, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 27 June 1843; 
died there, 10 July 1843, and was buried near the Baptist Church. 



2285 



III. Sarah Elizabeth Rider, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 9 March 1846;; 18911 
married, 22 Feb. 1S65, John Fletcher Kail. 



Chil. of Joel Whitney and Mary Elizabeth (Chase) Fowler. 

1 2286 j I. Ella Pamelia Fowler, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 12 July 1864. 

12287 I *!• Caroline Rebecca Fowler, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 7 May 1S67. 



Chil. of Silas Alfred and Adeline (Rich) Fowler. 
1228S j I. Charles Irving Fowler, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 16 Nov. 1S65. 



47/6 



I 722 



Eighth Generation. 



289 II. Chauncey Depew Fowler, b. at Yorktown, X. V., 30 Dec. 1S67 

290 III. William Henry Fowler, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1S71. 
IV. Albert Smith Fowler, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 24 Dec. 1S73. 



12292 

12293 

12294 
12295 

12296 
12297 
12298 



12299 
12300 



Chil. of Daniel and Sarah Jane (Lafurjah) Ogden. 

I. Amanda Jane Cgden, b. 5 Dec. 1S47; married 26 Ap 1S76 
name of husband withheld. 

II. Joseph Clements Ogden, b. 6 Sept. 1S49; died 21 June 1850, 
and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemeterv. 

III. Martha B. Ogden, twin, b. 25 Feb. 1S52. 

IV. Sarah E. Ogden, twin, b. 25 Feb. 1S52. 

Chil. of John and Sarah Jane (Lafurjah) Hart. 

V. John F. Hart, b. 8 Nov. 1862. 

VI. Elizabeth B. Hart, twin, b. 28 July 1S6S. 

VII. Matilda B. Hart, twin, b. 28 July 1S68; died 30 Aug. 1S6S, 
and was buried at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Chil. of Joseph and Anna (Fowler) Lafurjah. 

I. Isaac Lafurjah, b. at Cortlandt, N. Y., 21 June 1S53. 

II. Mary Eliza Lafurjah, b. at Cortlandt, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1859. 



Chil. of David Tompkins and Nancy A. (Reed) Fowler. 

I. Margaret Jane Fowler, b. at Skaneateles, N.Y., 1 May 1S41; died 
21 Feb. 1856. 

II. Ann Eliza Fowler, b. at Skaneateles, N.Y., 24 Jan. 1S49. 



// liitney Family. 


I 7 2 3 : 




Chil. of John Schurman and Antha Elms (Abbott) Fowler. 


47 s 2 


12303 


I. Laura Maria Fowler, b. at Skaneateles, N. V., 26 March 1851. 




12304 


II. Alice Idelle Fowler, b. at Skaneateles, N. Y., 6 May 1S53 ; died 
28 Oct. 1S54. 


1 


12305 


III. Mary Jane Fowler, b. at Auburn, N. V., 6 Nov. 1S59; and was 
living there, with her parents, in Sept. 1874. 






Chil. of William and Ann Eliza (Fowler) Atwater. 


4/83 


12306 


I. Harriet Amanda Atwater, b. at Sempronius, X. V., 10 July 1843. 




12307 


II. Mansel Fowler Atwater, b. at Sempronius, X. Y., 10 Jan. 1845; 
died 10 Jul\' 1847. 


47 8 5 


Chil. of Joseph and Sarah (Bouton) Benedict. 


12308 


I. Martha Jane Benedict, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 16 June 1S55. 




12309 


II. Marietta Benedict, b. at South Salem, X Y., 2 Nov. 1S57. 




12310 


III. Sarah Grovenia Benedict, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 8 May 
1863. 


47 86 


Chil. of John Fowler and Sarah Ann (Reynolds) Bouton. 


1 23 1 1 


I. Arthur Whitney Bouton, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 22 June 1853. 




12312 


II. Anna Louisa Bouton, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 17 Ap. 1855; 
died at South Salem, 31 Aug. 1S58, and was buried there, in the Presby- 
terian church-yard. 




12313 


III. Clara Minerva Bouton, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 28 Jan. 1S59. 




12314 

1 


IY. George Lincoln Bouton, b. at South Salem, X. Y., 14 Julv 
1861. 




I 


Chil. of John Fowler and Clarissa Trowbridge (Keeler) Bouton. 


47 S6 


1 23 1 5 V. Ida Julia Bouton, b. at South Salem, X. V., 18 June 1S66. 





1724 

i2 3 .6 

'23i7 
•23iS 



h igh th Gen 1 7 -a Hon , 



VI. Walter Ja red Bouton, b. at South Salem. N V 10 -\p iSGS- 
died at South Salem, i Oct. [S6S, and was buried there, in the Presbv' 
terian church-yard. 

VII. Henry Trowbridge Bouton, b. at South Salem, N. Y., 4 Sept. 

VIII. Frederick Fowler Bouton, b. at South Salem, N. V., 13 Jan. 



12319 
12320 

1 232 1 
12322 

12323 



12324 



Chil. of Richard and Sarah Ann (Pullin) Wildey. 

I. Orlando Wildey, a police-officer; lived at New York City in 1873. 

II. Julia Frances Wildey, married Henry c. Haiieck, of Gome, 
; Street, Yorktown, N. Y. 

III. Mary Louisa Wildey. 

IV. Richard Wyman Wildey. 

V. Jacob Thomas Wildey. 



12325 



12326 



Child of Jacob and Emelino (Pullin) Wildey. 

I. Mary Wildey, b. at Yorktown, N. Y.; married Ammi Voorhis, a 
banker, who lived near the corner of Morton and Hudson Streets, New 
York, in 1873; and had three sons, names not known. His name 'is not 
found in the New York City Directory for 1877-8 



47' '" 



Child of Levi and Euphemia (Pullin) Denike. 4790 

- Carpenter, son of Daniel and Eliz- 



I. Julia Denike, married 
abeth (Hyatt) Carpenter. 



Chil. of Lewis and Martha (Austin) Banker. 

I. Elizabeth Ann Banker, b. at Putnam, Valley, N. Y., iS Aug 

I41; married Isaac Rundle ; and died at Putnam Valley, 2 Dec. 1S72. 



I 

12327 



Whitney Family. 



I/25 



II. Orlando Banker, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., in Dec. 1843; and 
ived there, unmarried, in 1873. 



123281 III. Peter Banker, b. at Newark, N. J., 30 Aug. 1845; and lived at 
Putnam Valley, N. V., with his grandfather, unmarried, in 1873. 

IV. Edward Banker, b. at Newark, N. J., in 1847; and » ved at 
Putnam Valley, N. V., unmarried, in 1S73. 



12330 



12331 



1233- 



■2333 
12334 



12335 
12336 



12337 
■2338 
'2339 



Child of Could Dorsey and Amanda (Banker) Tompkins. 
I. Theodore Tompkins. 



Chil. of John Ferguson and Mary Ann (Levy) Danker. 

I. Henrietta Banker, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 18 Ap. 1855; lived 
with her parents, at Peekskill, N. Y., unmarried, in 1 S73. 

II. Alice Banker, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 22 Dec. 1856; died 
there, 11 Ap. 1857, and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemetery, Yorktown, 
N.Y. 

III. Frederick Banker, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 19 May 1858. 

IV. Josephine Banker, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 30 March 1861; 
died there, 25 March 1862, and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemetery, 
Yorktown, N. Y. 

V. Caroline Banker, b. at Jefferson Valley, Yorktown, N. Y., 18 
Nov. 1863. 

VI. Edith Banker, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1869. 



Chil. of Harrison and Mary Ann (Knapp) Banker. 

I. Stephen Knapp Banker, b. at Putnam Valley, N.Y., 12 March i860. 

II. Andrus Banker, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 14 March 1863. 

III. Irene Banker, b. at Putnam Valley, N. Y., 1 1 Ap. 1S66. 



4795 



1726 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Cilbert Whitney and Phebo Eliza (Wright) Banker. 

12340 , I. William Banker, b. at New York City, 1 1 May 1863. 

12341 II. George Banker, b. at Yonkers, N. Y., 26 May 186;. 



4796 



Chil. of Lorem 



Dow and Amelia Ann (Wildey) Curry. 



4793 
1 8913 



12342 ' _ I. Phebe Ophelia Curry, b. at Peekskill, N.Y., 31. Oct. [845; mar- 

ried there, 31 Oct. 1865, John Millet Luke Pentreath, born at Penzance, 
Cornwall, England, 7 March 1S43, son of John and Julia (Luke) Pentreath. 
! They settled at Peekskill, where he was superintendent of a plough-factory; 
arid in Now 1873, removed to Newark, N. J., where he is superintendent 
of the New York Plough Company. 

12343 \ II- Lewis Henry Curry, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 4 Feb. 1848; a car- 

penter; lived with his parents, at Peekskill, unmarried, in 1873. 

12344 HI. Alonzo Thomas Curry, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1849; 
died there, 28 Sept. 185 1, and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemetery, York- 
town, N. Y. 

12345 _ IV. Eugene Curry, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 26 Nov. 1851; a carpenter; 
lived with his parents, at Peekskill, unmarried, in 1873. 

12346 ; V. Mary Louise Curry, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 23 July 1853; lived 

with her parents, at Peekskill, unmarried, in 1873. 

12347 VI. Emma Jane Curry, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1855; died 
I there, iS Dec. 1S57, and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemetery, Yorktown 

N. Y. 



Chil. of William and Sarah (Wildey) Boyce. 4799 

1234S I. Mary Jane Eoyce, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 2 Feb. 1S49; married at 

I Coldspring, N. Y., 23 Aug. 1873, Oscar Irving Stormes, of Peekskill, a 
tinner, born at Tarn-town, N.Y., 16 June 1839, son of William and Adeline 
; (Rcqua) Stormes; and lived with her mother in 1S73. 

12349 II. William Edgar Eoyce, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 5 May 1S50; a 18914 

j tinner; married at Peekskill, iS Aug. 1870, Elizabeth Williams, who was 



Whitnev Family 



172; 



born there, 10 Sept. 1853, dan. of William and Elizabeth (Pink) Williams. 
j He lived at Peekskill in 1873. 

12350 j III. Ida Boyce, b. at Peekskill, N.Y., 5 Oct. 1862 ; lived at Yorktown, 
N. Y., with her aunt, Mrs. Julia Frances (Wildey) Lee, in 1873. 



12351 



12352 



12354 



Chil. of William Henry and Mary Ann (Chambers) Wildey. 

I. Martha Jane Wildey, b. at the S. E. corner of Fleet and Wil- 
loughby Streets, Brooklyn, X. Y., 15 Dec. 1852; died at 200 Van Dam 
Street, New York, 21 March 1853, and was buried in Greenwood Ceme- 
tery. 

II. George Washington Wildey, b. at qj Charles Street, New 
York, 31 Dec. 1S54; died at 2' ] West 18th Street, New York, 23 July 
1856, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

III. John Erastus Wildey, b. at 212 West iSth Street, New York, J 
7 May 1856; and was living with his mother, at 457 Fifth Avenue, South. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1874. 

IV. Charles Edward Wildey, b. at 20 Jane Street, New York, 21 
Dec. 185S; died at 234 West 17th Street, New York, 13 Ap. 1S62, and 
was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

V. William Henry Wildey, b. at 234 West 17th Street, New York,! 
2 Aug. i860; and was living with his uncle, George Chambers, at High- 
field House, Rathgar, Dublin, Ireland, in 1874; a student. 



Chil. of Harrison Teller and Mary Jane (Wildey) Lounsbury. 

12356 j I. Emma Lounsbury, b. at New York City, 8 March 1854; died 
: there, 30 Dec. 1854, and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemetery, Yorktown, 

N.Y. 

12357 i II- James Ullman Lounsbury, b. at New York City, 18 Sept. 1855; 
and lived there, with his father, in 1873. 



1235S 



III. Wildey Augustus Lounsbury, b. at New York City, 25 Sept. 
1857; died there, 14 Feb. 1862, and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemetery,; 
Yorktown, N.Y. 



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4801 



1728 



Eighth Generation. 



\ 12359 IV. Mary Emma Lounsbury, b. at New York City, 25 July 1859; 

died there, 26 Jan. 1862, and was buried in Shrub Oak Cemetery, at 
Yorktown, N.Y. 



Chil. of Enos and Julia Frances (Wiidey) Lee. 

12360 I. Albert Lee, b. at New York City, 9 Dec. 1852; lived with his par- 
ents, at Yorktown, N. Y., in 1S73. 

1 236 1 II. Phebe Jane Lee, b. at New York City, 20 Sept. 1S54; lived with 
her parents, at Yorktown, N. Y., in 1873. 

12362 III, Hannah Lee, b. at Crompond, Yorktown, N. Y., 19 Dec. 1855 ; 
lived with her parents, at Yorktown, in 1S73. 



4S03 



Chil. of Jerome Washington and Elizabeth (Brown) Wiidey. 

2363 I. Cora Wiidey, b. at Peekskill, N. Y.; died there, aged about three 

years, and was buried in Cortlandt Cemetery. 



4805 



2364 



2365 



2\CA 



II. Ellsworth Wiidey, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., about 1861; died there 
in 1S62, aged 1 year, and was buried in Cortlandt Cemetery. 



Chil. of John and Elizabeth (Whitney) Williams. 4807 

I. Lydia Ann Williams, b. at Kensico, in North Castle, N. Y., 17 
March 1849; died at White Plains, N. Y., 10 July 1S68, and was buried at 
Armonk, in North Castle. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Williams, b. at Armonk, in North Castle, N.Y., 
13 Nov. 185 1. 



12367 III. John Vermilya Williams, b. at Armonk, in North Castle, N.Y., 

1 Nov. 1853; died at Armonk, 27 Sept. 1S54, and was buried there. 

1236S IV. Josephine Williams, b. at Armonk, in North Castle, N. Y., 3 

Sept. 1855. 

12369 V. Cerald Williams, b. at Armonk, in North Castle, N. Y., 11 Ap. 

[857. 





Whitney Family. 


I729 


12370 


VI. Caroline Jane Williams, b. at Armonk, in North Castle, N.Y., 
31 Jan. i860. 




12371 


VII. George Williams, b. at Kensico, in North Castle, N. V., 3 Dec. 
1862. 




Chil. of Benjamin and Martha (Whitney) Odell. 


480S 


123/2 


I. Mary Jane Odell, b. at Kensico, in North Castle, N. V., 20 June 
1S54. 




1^373 


II. John Odell, b. at Kensico, in North Castle, N. Y., iS March 1S56. 




12374 


III. David Whitney Odell, b. at Kensico, in North Castle, N. Y., 11 
Oct. 1 861. 




12375 


IV. Robert Odell, b. at Kensico, in North Castle, N. Y., 31 Aug. 
1S63; died at Sing Sing, N. Y., 4 March 1865, and was buried at White 
Plains, N. Y. 




12376 


V. Julia Odell, b. at Sing Sing, N. Y., 4 Nov. 1865; died at Pleasant- 
ville, in Mount Pleasant, N. Y., 18 Feb. 1S70, and was buried at White 
Plains, N. Y. 




Child of Jesse and Jane (Whitney) Williams. 


4S10 


12377 


I. Ella Williams, b. at Armonk, in North Castle, N. Y., iG March 
1861; died at Armonk, 26 July 1SG1, and was buried there. 






Chil. of John and Harriet (Whitney) Shaughnessy. 


4811 


12378 


I. Solomon Shaughnessy, b. at Kensico, N. Y., 17 May 1S64. 




12379 


II. Charles Shaughnessy, b. at Kensico, N. Y., 23 March 1S66. 






Chil. of William Henry and Mary (Montross) Churchill. 


4813 


12380 


I. Sarah Elizabeth Churchill, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 1 Sept 1S39; 
resided with her parents, at Yonkers, N. Y., in 1873, unmarried. 





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Eighth Generation. 



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12383 



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:2385a 

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12386a 
12387 
12388 



II. Montross Churchill, b. at New York City, 22 Nov. 1S41; was 

commissioned second-lieut. of Co. K, iSth Reg., N. G. S. N. Y., 1 May 
1863 ; was promoted to be captain of the same company, 2^, June 1S65 ; 
and served with his company for thirty days from 8 July 1863, and again 
at Fort Richmond, for the same period, in 1S64. He married at Yorktown, 
N. Y., 7 Sept. 1865, Catharine Denison Johnson, who was born there 30 
June 1843, dau. of Simeon Brown and Helena Bartow (Wight) Johnson. 
He was a fanner in 1873, and lived with his grandfather, Gen. Karnardus 
Montross, on the old homestead at Yorktown. 

III. John Light Churchill, b. at New York City, 13 March 1S44; 
died at Yorktown, N. Y., 7 Aug. 1S56, and was buried in Crompond East 
graveyard. 

IV. Nathaniel Churchill, b. at New York City, 14 March 1S46; 
died there, 17 Ap. I S46, and was buried in Crompond East graveyard. 

V. Emma Louisa Churchill, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 23 June 1S49; 
resided with her parents, at Yonkers, N.Y., in 1S73, unmarried. 



[8916 



Chil. of Constant and Maria Louisa (Montross) White. 

I. Henry Belcher White, b. at Crompond, Yorktown, N. Y., 7 May 
1 85 7. 

II. Sarah Eloise White, b. at Crompond, Yorktown, N. Y., 21 Oct. 
1S59. 

III. Laura Raymond White, b. at Crompond, Yorktown, N. Y., 23 
Ap. 1862. 



4815 



Chit, of Seth Whitney and Mary Elizabeth (Brewer) Kipp. | 4820 

I. Abigail Kipp. 

II. Joshua Putney Kipp. 

III. Ftlargaret Kipp. 

IV. Kinsey Kipp. 



Child of Isaac Dean and Ann Elizabeth (Whitney) Cregory. 4S29 

I. Silas Dean Gregory, b. at Lewisboro', N. Y., 1 Oct. 1859. 



// liifney Family 



i 73 1 



12390 



12391 



12392 



12393 



Child of Olivor Cornell and Phebe Haight (Whitney) Flewwellin. 

I. Mary Cornell Flewwellin, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., in the south 
part of the town, S May 1 864. 



2396 



Child of Seth Whitney and Sarah Elizabeth (Quimby) Blakeney. 

I. Benjamin Franklin Blakeney, b. at Mountain View, N. J., 29 
Jan. 1S73. 

Chil. of Benjamin and Drusilla (Whitney) Runyan. 

I. Mead Runyan, b. at Milo, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1827; married Mary 
McKenney in 1 851; and "moved to the west several years ago." His 
sister has lost all trace of them. 

II. Benjamin Runyan, b. at Jerusalem, N. Y., about 1S29; died 
there, when three months old, and was buried at Pcnn Yan, N. Y. 

III. Bostwick Trimin Runyan, b. at Jerusalem, N. Y., 24 May 
1830; a farmer; was living at Machias, N. Y., in Aug. 1875, unmarried. 

IV. Phebe Jane Runyan, b. at Jerusalem, N. Y., 24 Aug. 1S32; 
married at Yorkshire Corners, N. Y., 8 May 1S55, by Elder Bliss, Baptist, 
to Spicer Luman Perkins, a hotel-keeper, son of Zenas and Sarah (Whaley) 
Perkins, of Boston, N. Y. They settled at East Buffalo, N. Y., and were 
living there in Aug. 1S75. 

V. Laura Lucolia Runyan, b. at Jerusalem, N. Y., 23 Sept. 1S34; 
married at Springville, N. Y., 21 May 1861, by Rev. Henry Butlin, Meth- 
odist Episcopal, to Charles Wesley Sherman, a minister of the M. E. 
Church, son of Charles and Mary 1 (Whitney) Sherman, of Ashford, N. Y., 

j Ancestry of Mary (Whitney; Sherman. 

Hesry Whitney, died in 1781 . perhaps No. 211 of Bond's IVatcrtmvn, p 649. = . . . 



m. 20 May 1835. at . 



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4S38 



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12 397 



12398 



12399 



Eigh /// ( it '71 1 v 77 tion . 



where he was born 21 May 1S38. They dwelt at Ashford till 5 Nov. 
1S70; then moved to McKenstry Hollow, in Yorkshire, N. Y., where she 
died 26 Ap. 1S71. She was buried at Sardinia, N. Y, He was married 
(2d) 1 Jan. 1S73, at the corner of Congress and Normal Streets, Ypsilanti, 
Mich., by Rev. G. P. Tindall, Presbyterian, to Eveline Johanna Hadley. 
He enlisted at Springville, N. Y., 9 Aug. 1S62, as a private in Co. F, 1 1 6th 
Reg.-of N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; took part in two engagements, in which he 
was thrice wounded; and was discharged, on account of his wounds, at 
New Orleans, La., 29 July 1863. lie was admitted, on trial, to the Central 
Illinois Conference in Sept. 1872; was pastor at Cleveland, 111., till 1873, 
and at Coal Valley, 111., till 1874; and was living at Bailey Harbor, Wis., 
in Sept. 1S75. 

VI. Charles Oliver Runyan, b. at Benton, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1836; a 
mason; married at Monmouth, Iowa, 11 June 18G5, by D. Waterman, 
Esq., to Maria Prior, dau. of Elijah and Rebecca (Cline) Prior, of Canton, 
Iowa. She was born in Washington Co., Ohio, 30 Nov. 1847. They 
settled at Maquoketa, Iowa, and were living there in Sept. 1876. He 
served in the 24th Reg. of Iowa Vol. Infantry, for eight months, in 
1862. 



VII. Marcia Sophia Runyan 5 

was living at Machias, N. Y., in Aug. 



N. Y. 
unmarried. 



b. at Seneca 

'875 



19 Nov. 1S40 ; 



VIII. Hannah Elizabeth Runyan, b. at Sardinia, N. Y., 31 Dec. 
1841; married at Aurora, X. Y., 20 Dec. 1S65, by Rev. James McClelland, 
Methodist Episcopal, to John Leland Billington, a farmer, son of John 
Stickney and Sarah (Ford) Billington, of Aurora, where he was born 20 
May 1835. They dwelt at Elma, N.Y., till 1872; and then moved to 
Aurora, where they were still living in Aug. 1S75. 



IX. Elbert Jackson Kenyan, b. at Sardinia, N. Y., 7 Sept. 1S43; a 
farmer; married at Machias, N. Y, 4 July 1869, by Rev. Thomas F. 
Parker, Methodist Episcopal, to Ella Louisa White, dau. of Isaac and Anna 
(Smith) White, of Springville, N. Y. She was born at South Yorkshire, 
N. Y., 11 Aug. 1852. They settled at South Yorkshire, and were living 
there in Aug. 1S75. He enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1862, as 
private in Co. F, 1 1 6th Reg. of N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; and served for 
three years. He took part in the engagements at Plain Store, La., 24 May 
1863; siege of Port Hudson, La., 27 Ma)- to 8 July 1S63; Cox's Planta- 
tion, La., 13 Julv 1863; Sabine Cross Roads, La., 8 Ap. 1864; Pleasant 
Hill, La., 9 Ap. 1S64; Winchester, Va., 19 Sept. 1864; Fisher's Hill, Va., 
22 Sept. 1864; and Cedar Creek, Va., 19 Oct. 1864. 



5924 



8926 



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Whitney Fa mi I v. 



Chil. of Silas Jeremiah and Issabinda (Bootes) Whitney. 



1 2403 
12404 
12405 



I. Mary Ellen Whitney, b. at Sardinia, N. Y., 12 Jan. 1840; married 
at Yorkshire, X. Y., 10 Oct. 1S67, by Rev. Jay Huntington, Baptist, to 
William Elijah Dresser, a farmer, son of Lewis and Ada (W'ickes) Dresser, 

j of Sardinia. He was born at Freedom, N. Y., 8 Nov. 1S39. They were 
- living at East Ashford, N. Y., in Ma)- 1875. 

II. Jehie! Delos Whitney, b. at Yorkshire, N. Y., 23 Sept. 1S41; a 
blacksmith; married at Concord, N. Y., 14 Sept. 1864, by Rev. Frank 
Peabody, of the Disciples' Church, to Elvira Jane Beebe, dan. of Lothrop 
and Sarah (Bemis) Bcebe, of East Concord. She was born at Ashford, 
N. Y., 17 Jan. 1840; and they were living at East Ashford in May 1S75. 

III. Martha Loraine Whitney, b. at Yorkshire, N. Y., 24 Sept. 
1S43 ; a teacher; was living at West Yorkshire in Ma)- 1875, unmarried. 

IV. Marion Eugene Whitney, b. at Yorkshire, N. Y., 21 Sept. 
1845 ; a farmer; was living at West Yorkshire in May 1875, unmarried. 

V. Frank Silas Whitney, b. at Yorkshire, N. Y., 12 Dec. 1857; was 

living- at West Yorkshire in May iS7v 



Chil. of Ceorge Harmon and Joanna (MoLatie) Whitney. 

12406 I. Betsey Lincoln Whitney, b. at Prattsbuigh, X. Y., 2 Feb. 1840; 
j married in the parsonage at Waterford, Penn., 6 Nov. 1856, David Stow, a 

j farmer, son of and Mary (Xorris) Stow; died at'Lebceuf, Penn., 

i 1 June 1859, ar >d was buried at Waterford. His residence was unknown 
j in July 1S75. 

12407; II. Phebe Jane Whitney, b. at Pultney, N. Y., 5 Oct. 1S41; mar- 
ried, 3 Feb. 1S58, Henry Martin, son of Jeremiah and Susan (Lunger) 
; Martin; and settled at Waterford, Penn., where she died, S Jul) 1862, and 
\ was buried in Waterford Cemetery. He was living at Concord, Penn., in 
I July 1875. He served in the I nth Reg. of Penn. Vol. Infantry during the 
war of 1 86 1. 

12408: III. Mary Ann Whitney, b. at Pultney, N. Y., 21 July 1843; mar- 
ried in her father's house at Waterford, Penn, I Jan. 1863, Charles 
Thompson, a farmer, son of Archibald and Sarah (Clemens) Thompson, of 
i Waterford, where he was born. They settled at Waterford ; where she- 
died, 26 Aug. 1872, and was buried in Waterford Cemetery. He married 



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4840 
1 8929 



:S 9 30 



1892 



1S93: 



■8933 



1734 Eight Ji Generation. 



(2d) in Jul> 1875, at Wattsburgh, Penn., Caroline Smiley, and was living 
at Waterford in Sept. 1875. 

12409 IV. Charles Lewis Whitney, b. at Pultney, N. Y., n March 1846; 
a farmer; married in her father's house, 1 Jan. 1868, Rachel Boyd, dau. of 
James and Margaret (Burges) Boyd, of Lebceuf, Penn., where she was born. 
He settled at Waterford, Penn., and was living there in Oct. 1S75. 

1 24 10 V. Eliza Lamphere Whitney, b. at Waterford, Penn., 10 Feb. 184S; 
died at Waterford, 23 Sept. 1 S49, and was buried there. 

12411 VI. Sarah Adeline Whitney, b. at Waterford, Penn., iS June 1851; 
married at " Counetee," Erie Co., Penn., 7 Jan. 1 S09, by Rev. Mr. Sweet! 
of the Disciples' Church, to Thomas Ceer, a farmer, son of Joseph and Laura 
(Wagerdy) Geer, of Lebceuf, Penn. They settled at Lebceuf, and were 
living there in Oct. 1875. 

12412 VII. William Lenox Whitney, b. at Waterford, Penn., 31 Aug. 
1S53; a farmer; married in the house of her brother, Henry Martin, at 

J Concord Station, Penn., 31 Jan. 1875, by Rev. Mr. Truesdell, Methodist, 
to Mary Etta Martin, dau. of Jeremiah and Susan (Lunger) Martin, of 

I Concord Station. She was born at Beaver Dam, Penn., 16 Nov. 1853. 
They were living at Waterford in July 1S75. 



Chil. of Joseph Mead and Arabella Howe (Warner) Whitney. 4S4:; 

12413 I. Charles Edwin Whitney, b. at Sardinia, X. Y., S Feb. 184;; a 1S941 

farmer; married at Great Valley, N. Y., 20 June 1871, by Rev. William 
H. Plarrison, Baptist, to Sarah Elizabeth Haggerty, dau. of Charles William 
and Fanny Elizabeth (Guthrie) Haggerty, of Humphrey, X. Y., where 
she was born 16 July 1849. They settled at Creswell, Kansas; where he 
was postmaster and a justice of the peace in May 1S75. He enlisted at 
Great Valley, 23 Aug. 1862, in Co. I, 154th Reg. of X. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; 
and was discharged at Elmira, X. Y., 23 June 1S65. He was severely 
wounded in the thigh, and was captured, in the battle of Chancellorsville, 
Ya., 2 May 1863; was again captured, S May 1S64, in the battle of Rocky 
^ Faced Ridge; and, after spending more than six months in the prisons at 
1 Andersonville, Savannah, and Millen, Ga., was paroled near Fort Pulaski, 
Ga., 19 Nov, 1S64. 



2414 II. Eliza Frances Whitney, b. at Ashford, X. Y., 10 Tune 1S46; and 
was living at Humphrey, X. Y., in May 1875, unmarried. 



Whitney Family 



12415 III. Joseph Warner Whitney, b. at Otto, N. V., 18 May 1848; a 
fanner and teacher; married at Peabody, Kansas. 14 Dec. 1872, by Rev. 
A. H. Lackey, Presbyterian, to Arvilla Statira Fuller, dau. of Lafayette 
Titus and Olivia Ann (Kellogg) Fuller, of Bowling Green, Va. She was 
born at Carrollton, X. V., 3 Ap. 1853. They settled at Creswell, Kansas, 
and were living there in May 1S75. 

12416 IV. Sarah Garcia Whitney, b. at Ashford, X. Y., 9 Nov. 1849; 
and was living at Humphrey, X. V., in May 1875, unmarried. 

12417 V. Julia Whitney, b. at Ashford, X. V., 28 Aug. 1851; married at 
i Yorkshire, X. Y., 14 March 1875, by Rev. X. F. Langmade, Baptist, to 

John Alexander Parker, a farmer, son of Alexander and Eliza (Kenyon) 
i Parker, of Humphrey, X. Y. He was born at Xew Lisbon, X. Y., 1 1 Oct. 



1550. 



Tiu 



ing at Humphrey in May 1S75. 



12418 
] -4i9 

12420 
12421 



YI. Spencer Lambert Whitney, b. at Great Yalley, X. Y., S Sept. 
1853; and was living at East Ashford, N. Y., in May 1S75, unmarried. 

VII. Frederick Munroe Whitney, b. at Great Yallev, X. Y., 9 Jan. 
1856. 

VIII. Frank Bradley Whitney, b. at Great Valley, X. Y., 11 Tune 

1S57. 

IX. George Whitney, b. at Great Valley, X. Y., 5 Nov. 1S59; died 
at Great Yalley, 17 May 1S60, and was buried' there. 



1/3. 



Chil. of Lewis Asa and Almira Jane (Whitney) Freeman. 

12422 I. Edwin Philander Freeman, b. at Sardinia, X. Y., 20 Jan. 1852; 
was accidentally wounded by a falling tree, 16 March 1S72, which fractured 
his skull, causing his death at Big Rapids, Mich., iS March 1S72. He was 
buried at Springville, X. Y., 26 March 1S72. He is said to have been "a 
remarkablv truthful and self-denving youth." 



12423, II. Edith Grace Freeman, b. at Springville, X. Y.,11 Nov. 1S60; 
and was living at Colden, X". Y., in May 1875. 



12424 



III. Byron Healy Freeman, b. at Glenwood, Erie Co., X. Y., 4 Feb. 
1S64; died there, 4 Oct. 1864, and was buried at Springville, X Y. 



1S94: 



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Eigh 111 Gen ci v? Hon . 



Chil. of Henry an 



d Phebe Rachel (Whitney) LeDioyt. 



I 4S46 



I. Frank Jay LeDioyt, b. at Sardinia, X. Y., 13 June 1853; was living 
at Monticello, Iowa, in Aug. 1S75, unmarried. 



Ella May LeDioyt, b. at Maquoketa, Iowa, 17 Jan. 1S56; and was 
Maquoketa, Iowa, 29 Dec. 1S67; 



12426 II 

living there in Aug. 1S7 



2427 1 III. Sarah Eloise LeDioyt, b. at 

i and was living there in Aug. 1S75. 



1242b 
12429 

12430 
12431 



12432 
12433 
12434 
12435 



Chil. of Benjamin Franklin and Lurinda Adeline (Haggerty) Whitney. 

I. William B. Whitney, b. at Sardinia, N. Y., 1 Sept. 1857. 

II Charles Elbert Whitney, b. at Yorkshire, N. Y., 23 Ap. 1863; 
died at Yorkshire, 18 May 1864, and was buried there. 

III. Albert Allen Whitney, b. at Yorkshire, N. Y., 14 June 1S67. 

IV. Anna Mary Whitney, b. at Machias, N.Y., 5 Sept. 1874. 



4847 



4S48 



2436 



Chil. of Andrew Martin and Issabinda Louise (Whitney) Keller. 

I. Mary Lucia Keller, b. at Maquoketa, Iowa, 22 June 1855. 

II. Owen Joseph Keller, b. at Van Buren, Iowa, 23 July 1856. 

III. Caroline Augusta Keller, b. at Maquoketa, Iowa, 22 Jan. 1858. 

IV. Marcia Louise Keller, b. at Maquoketa, Iowa, 1 June 1867. 

Chil. of William Lewis and Adeline (Ives) Whitney. 

I Benajah Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 29 Sept 1843; died 
there, 25 June 1845, and was buried in Griffin's Cemetery, Keeneyville, 
Penn' 

II. Ceorge Dallas Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 20 Dec. 1S44; i894i 



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12443 
12444 
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12447 



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[2449 



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married at Farmington, Penn., 3 July 186S, by Ames Peebe, Esq., to 
Delphine Dickinson, dau. of George Dickinson. The} - settled at Middle- j 
bury, and were living there in Oct. 1S76. 

III. Minerva Jane Whitney, b. at Middlcbury, Penn., 13 Feb. 1845; 
died there, 12 Sept. 1857, and was buried in Griffin's Cemetery, Keenev- 
ville, Penn. 

IV. John W. Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 10 Dec. 1847. 

V. Caroline Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 4 July 1849; mar- 
ried, 4 July 1867, William Barney Cee, son of John and Mary Gee; and 
settled at Middlebury, where they were stiil living in Oct. 1876. 

VI. William Wallace Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 26 March 

1 85 1 ; died there, unmarried, 19 Dec. 1874, and was buried in Griffin's 
Cemetery, Keeneyville, Penn. 

VII. James Oliver Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 9 March 1853. 

VIII. ira Levernon Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 13 Ap. 1855. 

IX. Adeline Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 31 Dec. 1857. 

X. Lilian Anne Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 31 Dec. 1S59. 

XI. Jeremiah Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 17 July 1S61. 

XII. Lester Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 13 Ap. 1867. 



Chil. of Jeremiah and Sarah (Goodwin) Whitney. 

I. Alfred Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 16 March 1845; a soldier | 
in the war of 1861; was captured, and died in Salisbury prison, in 1S64. 

II. Charles Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 4 June 1847; married 
by Thomas Keeney, Esq., 3 May 1S6S, to Josephine Dickinson, dau. of 
George and Rebecca (Smith) Dickinson, of Tioga, Penn.; and settled at 
Middlebury. 

III. Jeremiah Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 28 Feb. 1849; died 
at Middlebury, 6 March 1853, and was buried there. 



[ 8947 



4S5: 



[8949 



2451 J IV. Ellis Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 13 May 185 1. 



1733 



Eighth Generation. 



12452 V. Judson Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 5 Oct. 1853; married 
at Wellsborough, Penn., 23 Dec. 1S73, by Rev. Charles W. Turelle, to 
Ella Westbrook, dau. of William and Mary (Kulles) Westbrook, of Middle- 
bur)-. 

12453 VI. Vernon Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 27 March 1S56. 

12454 ! VII. Cora Whitney, b. at Middlebury, Penn., 17 March 1S65. 



Chil. of Elias and Laurette (Short) Whitney. 



12457 



12458 



4S5: 



12455 I. Floyd Whitney, b. at Chatham, Penn., 2S Nov. 1S53; a farmer; 1S95 
married at Troupsburgh Centre, N.Y., 17 Aug. 1S74, Ida Vandora Cheese- 
man, dau. of Edward and Emeline Luella (Church) Cheeseman, of Jasper, 
N.Y., where she was born 5 Nov. 1853. They dwelt at Middlebury, Penn., 

till 1 Dec. 1S75; and then settled at Chatham, where they were still living 
in Aug. 1S76. 

12456 <l II. Victor Whitney, b. at Chatham, Penn., 12 Oct. 1S56; married at 
Chatham Valley, Penn., 25 July 1S75, by John W. French, Esq., to Lenna 
West. They were living at Little Marsh, Penn., in Aug. 1876. 



Chil. of Charles and Susan (Whitney) Sweet. 

I. Abner Sweet, b. at Keeneyville, Penn., 12 Dec. 1847; married 
Elsie Hazlett, dau. of Archibald and Cynthia (Hammond) Hazlett; and 
settled at Niles Valley, Penn., where they were still living in Nov. 1S76. 

II. Jude Sweet, b. at Bingham, Penn., S Feb. 1S49; married Mary 
Adams, dau. of Lyman and Caroline (Manter) Adams; and settled at 
Niles Vallcv, Penn., where they were still living in Nov. 1S76. 



4S56 



12459 ! III. Charles Edgar Sweet, b. at Chatham, Penn., 15 March 1851; 

died there, 7 Jan. 1856, and was buried at Middlebury, Penn. 

12460 '; IV. Sunilda Sweet, b. at Chatham, Penn., 27 Oct. 1S52; married 

Austin Marvin, son of Rice and Eliza M. (Dailey) Marvin; and settled at 
i Niles Valley, Penn., where they were still living in Nov. 1876. 



I J V? itn ey Fa m ih ' 



1739 



j 12461 V. Laverne Sweet, b. at Chatham, Penn., 14 July 1S56; and was 
living at Niles Valley, Penn., in Xov. 1S76, unmarried. 

2462 VI. Henry Sweet, b. at Niles Valley, Penn., 26 Sept. 1861. 



Chil. of Riley and Mary Lizotte (Short) Whitney. 

12463 I. Ruth Dorcas Whitney, b. at Chatham, Penn., 7 Xov. 1S57; died 
at Chatham, 13 Ap. 1S75, and was buried there, in the Shortsville Ceme- 
tery. 

12464 II. Laura Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Chatham, Penn., 14 Oct. 1861; 
died at Chatham, 4 Sept. I063, and was buried there, in the Shortsville 
Cemetery. 



Chil. of Francis and Delilah (Whitney) Short. 

i 
12465 I. Asa D. Short, b. at Chatham, Tenn., 19 Dec. 1855; and was living 
at Little Marsh, Penn., in Aug. 1876. 

12466, II. Francis Short, b. at Chatham, Penn., 31 Jan. 1S59. 

12467 III. Viola Short, b. at Chatham, Penn., 9 Oct. 1S60; died at Chatham, 
12 Aug. 1864, and was buried there, in the Shortsville Cemetery. 

1246S; IV. Floretta Short, b. at Chatham, Penn., iS July 1S65; died at 
Chatham, 20 Sept. 1868, and was buried there, in the Shortsville Cemetery. 



Chil. of John DeWitt and Patty Ann (Newton) Yost. 

2469 I. Nicholas Emmet Yost, b. at Starkey, N. Y., 16 Ap. 182S; a 
carpenter; married at Thurston, N.Y., 9 Sept. 1S49, Ann Maria Rutherford, 
dau. of P.dward and Alice (Armstrong) Rutherford, of Thurston. She 
was born at Bath, X. Y., 15 Dec. 1830. They were living at Corn-, Penn., 
in May 1S75. 



2470! II. Ada Ann Yost, b. at Starkey,N.Y 

30 Sept. 1832, and was buried there. 



-\ug. 1S29; died at Starkey. 
12471 III George Washington Newton Yost, b. at Starke}-, N. Y., 15 



4S61 



4S62 



4S66 
1S952 



189! 



1740 



R igh t/i Gen a -at ion . 



2472 



Ap. 1831; an inventor and manufacturer; married at New Castle, Perm., 
' 2S Jan. 185S, Sophia Church Haycien, born 14 Ap. 1832, dau. of William 
and Eunice (Jacobs) Hayden, of Allegany Co., X. Y. He has lived at 
'Cincinnati, Ohio; at New York City; and, for about ten years, at Corry, 
' Penn., "where he built a church, and, at his own cost, employed a clergy- 
man to supply the puipit." He has spent about twenty-five years in 
i devising and introducing new machinery; is the inventor of the Climax 
Reaper and Mower, and of the Acme Mower; and was, in June 1875, one 
■ of the firm of Densmore, Yost & Co., at 707 Broadway, New York, 
genera! agents for The Type Writer, a machine designed to take the place 
of the pen. 



IV. John Edwin Yost, b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y. 
]$5; died at Cameron, 27 Oct. iSss, and was buried there. 



29 June 



[2473 ■ V. Ann Eliza Yost, b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y., 18 July 

1835 ; married at Thurston, 30 Jan. 1859, Ornon Hall, of Pultney, N. Y., 

a farmer, born at Urbana, X. Y., 25 March 1S31, son of Reuben and 

j Nancy (Oilman) Hall ; and was living at Thurston in May 1S75. He died 

1 there, 25 March 1S74, and was buried at Cameron. 



18960 



12474 i VI. Denison Smith Yost, b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y., 1 
March 1837; a farmer; married at Thurston, I Ap. 1856, Martha Jayne, 
j dau. of Harvey and Lois (Palmer) Jayne, of Alfred Centre, N. Y.; died at 
j Bath, N. Y., 4 Nov. 1S66, and was buried at Cameron. She was living at 
i Risingville, N. Y., in May 1875, with her second husband, James Dennis. 



1 896 1 



12475 , VII. William Newton Yost, b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y., 

1 28 March 1839; died at Cameron, 3 Aug. 1839, and was buried there. 

12476 : VIII. Sarah Amanda Yost> b. at Cameron, now Thurston, N. Y., 30 
! Dec. 1S40; married at Thurston, 8 June 1864, Elij-.h Ransom Monroe, a 
'farmer; died at Cameron, 6 Nov. 1869, and was buried there. He was 
i living at Cameron in May 1875. 

12477 I X ' Chester Kinney Yost, b. at Thurston, N. Y., 19 Feb. 1S43; a 
blacksmith; married in church at Cameron, N. Y., 1 1 Oct. 1867, Alice 
Amelia Yost, dau. of John and Yeleta (Shephard) Yost, of Rathbone, N.Y. 

She was born at Cameron, 25 Aug. 1850. They were living at St. Peters- 
burgh, Penn., in May 1S75. 



12478 ! X. Anson Erastus Yost, b. at Thurston, N. Y., 7 May 1845; a 1S966 
j farmer and mill-owner; married at Thurston, S June 1864, Celina Yost, 
dau. of Nicholas and Mary Ann (Carpenter) Yost, of Cameron, N. Y., 



Whitney Family. 



1741 



where she was born 10 Ap. 1S49. He was living at Bath, N. Y., in May 
1875. 

12479 XI. Hester Alzaida Yost, twin, b. at Thurston, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1849; 
married there, 25 Nov. 1869, in her father's house, Charles Henry Van 
Patten, son of Frederick, and Betsey (Brady) Van Patten, of Hannibal, Mo. 
He was born at Syracuse, X. Y., 1 5 March 1 848. They were living in First 

, Street, Painted Post, N. Y., in June 1875 ; he being agent for the sale of 
The Type Writer, for the counties of Chemung, Schuyler and Steuben, ' 
N. Y. 

12480 XII. Harriet Alzaida Yost, twin, b. at Thurston, X. Y., 4 Sept. 
1849; died on tne same day, and was buried at Thurston. 



1 248 1 



:24s: 



Chil. of Peter and Sophia Maria (Tamey) Covert. 

I. Emeline Covert, b. at Milo, X.Y., 18 May 1S3G; married at Reed, 
Ohio, 2 Ap. 1S55, Daniel Beales, a carpenter and joiner, son of Chester 
and Harriet (Bradley) Beales. of Friendship, X. Y., where he was born 31 
May 1830. They dwelt at Reed for five years; at Berrien Springs, Mich., 
three and a half years ; at Chester, Mich., seven years ; at Big Rapids, 
Mich., five years ; and then moved to Ashland, Mich., where they were 
still living in June 1875. r * e served, for eight months, in the Mexican 
war; and, from 1 1 Feb. 1865 to 13 Aug. 1S65, in Co. D, 3d Reg. of Mich. 
Vol. Infantry, in the war of I 861. 

II. Wiliiam Covert, b. at Tyrone, X. Y., 15 Oct. 1S37; a carpenter 
and joiner; married at .-Etna, Mich., 10 May 1863, by Lemuel Chipman, 
justice of the peace, to Annette Chipman, dau. of Lemuel and Eliza Ann 
(Sutherland) Chipman, of Sheldon, X. Y., where she was born 5 Aug. 
1S33. They settled at /Etna, where he was elected a justice of the peace, 
in 1867, for four years ; and in 1S70, moved to Big Rapids, Mich., where 
they were living in July 1875. He enlisted at Grand Rapids, Mich.; and 

| took part in battles at Decatur, Ala., 27 and 2S Oct. 1 S64, and at Stone 
River, Term., 7 Dec. 1864. 

2483 . III. Joseph Adley Covert, b. at Reed, Ohio, 22 Jan. 1S40; and was 
living at Lainesburffh, Mich., in Tune 1S7;. 

I 124S4 IV. Charity Covert, b. at Reed, Ohio, 10 Dec. 1841; married there, 
IO Dec. 1859, by Rev. A. C. Harris, Baptist, to Lyman Boyd Pennock, a 
farmer, son of Porter and Maria (Wyllys) Pennock, of Palmyra, Ohio, 
where he was born 24 Oct. 1835. After dwelling at several places in Ohio 



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4867 

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[ S974 



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1742 



Eigh th Gt m i " rat ion . 



12435 

124S6 
12487 

1248s 

124S9 

1 2490 

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12492 
12493 



and Michigan, they settled at Providence, Ohio, near White House post- 
office ; and were living there in Sept. 1875. 

V. Mary Covert, b. at Reed, Ohio, 7 May 1845; married in 1S69, at 
Ashland, Mich., Nathan Harrison Crecn, a farmer, son of Clark Dodge 
and Amy Sherwood (Mitchell) Green, of /Etna, Mich. He was born at 
Groton, N. Y., 30 July 1843. They settled at /Etna, near Morley post- 
office ; and were living there in Sept. 1S75. He served in the war of 1861. 

VI. Francis Marion Covert, b. at Reed, Ohio, 19 Dec. 1847; a 
fanner; was living at Bailey, Mich., in June 1875, unmarried. 

VII. Sarah Covert, b. at Reed, Ohio, 11 June 1S54; died n June 
1854, and was buried at Reed. 



Child of John Gatfleld. 
I. John Catfield, settled in New York City. 



.39S. 



4870 



Chil. of Alfred Arthur Moneypenny and Eliza Ann (Crooks) 

Catfield. 4^7 ' 

I. Alexander Stewart Catfield, b. at Grimsby, C. W., 7 Sept 1S34; 
a painter and musician; married at Beamsville, C. W., 8 July 1S57, Alice 
Augusta Cilmore, dau. of Nathan and Catharine (Culp) Gilmore, of Beams- 
ville, where she was born. He died without children, 7 Dec. 1867,^ at 
Ingersol, Ont, and was buried at Grimsby. She married (2d) 15 Feb. 
1870, Thomas Reid, and was living at Grantham, Ont., in March 1S75. 

II. John Edmond Catfield, b. at Grimsby, C.W., iS Aug. 1S37; a ; 189s; 
blacksmith and farmer; married at Beamsville, C. W., 19 Aug. 1858, Lydia 
Rice, dau. of John and Mary (Beam) Rice, of Beamsville. She was born at 
Bertie, C.W., 28 May 1844.' They were living at Beamsville in Feb. 1S75. 

III. Martha Mary Gatfleld, b. at Grimsby, C. W., 10 Sept. 1840; 
died at Grimsby, 9 Feb. 1847, and was buried there. 

IV. Alfred William Catfield, b. at Grimsby, C. W., 1 Jan. 1842; 
died at Grimsby, 12 March 1858, and was buried there. 

V. Margaret Jane Catfield, b. at Grimsby, C W., 23 Jan. 1S44. 



II liitncy Family. 



VI. James Alfred Catfield, b. at Grimsby, C. W., 21 Jan. 1848; a 
moulder and musician; married at St. Catharine's, Ont, 10 Dec. i86S, 
Regina McMullen, l\m. of James and Man- Ann (Lambert) McMullen, of 
St. Catharine's, where she was born 6 Dec. 1851. They were living at 
Welland, Out., in Feb. 1S75. 



1743 



[2496 



Chile! of Edmund Stewart. 

I. Alexander Stewart, joined the Confederate army, was wounded in 
the leg, suffered amputation, and died of the wound. 



Child of James Lewis Stewart. 

I. James Lewis Stewart. 



Chil. of George Washington and Maria Louisa (Whitney) Bungay. 

2497 I. Lewis Francis Bungay, b. at Hamilton, C. W.; a dealer in dairy 
! goods and hardware; married at Stratford, C. W., 27 Dec. 1S58, Mary 
: Amanda Ewitzer, of Norwich, C. W., clau of Amos and Dinah (Switzer) 

Switzer. She was born at Peterborough, C. \V., 27 March 1S41. They 

settled at Norwich, and were living there in 1S74. 

12498! II. George Washington Bungay, b. at Buffalo, N. V., 26 July 
I 1840; a harness-maker; married at New York City, 16 Nov. 1S65, by 
Rev. Father Ouin, Catholic, to Margaret Graham, who was born at New 
York, 1 June 1S46, dau. of John and Alice Graham. She died at the 
corner of Norman and Messerole Avenues, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
I 20 June 1S66, and was buried in Calvary Cemetery. Fie was married (2d) 
30juneiS67, in the Greene Street Methodist Episcopal Church, New 
York, by the pastor, Rev. J. S. Inskip, to Annie Erugman, dau. of John 
and Annie Brugman. She was born in North German}-, 17 Feb. 1S48, and 
emigrated to New York in 1853, with her parents. The)- were living at 
i 359/4 Prospect Avenue, South Brooklyn, N. Y., in Feb. 1874. 

! 

12499 III. Sarah Louisa Bungay, b. at Scotland, C. W., 21 May 1842; 
I married there, 28 Nov. 1SG1, Thomas Mcrrlrt, a founder, son of Caleb and 
[Hannah (Undcrhill) Merritt, of Norwich, C.W. He was born in King's 

Co., N. B., 24 Oct. 1833. They settled at Norwich, and were living there 

in 1874. 



1S9S7 



4876 



4878 



4879 
18989 



[8991 



i/44 



Eighth Generation. 



12502 



12503 



12500 IV. Martha Ellen Bungay, b. 3 May 1844; resided at Norwich, 

: Ont, in 1874. 



V. Charles Henry Bungay, b. at Scotland, C. W., 29 Sept. 1S46; a 
dealer in hardware and agricultural implements; married at Strawberry 
Point, Iowa, 21 Ap. 1872, Alice Field, of the same place, born in Illinois, 
7 An- 1S53, dau. of Willard Bennet and Julia Ann (Hill) Field; and st 
lived at Strawberry Point in 1874. 



899-: 



Chil. of Nelson Arnold and Martha Eliza (Whitney) Tiffany. 

I. Byron Lafayette Tiffany, b. at Grimsby, C. W., 17 May 1S3S; 
married at Elwood, Kansas, 17 Oct. [868, Frances Elizabeth Sayward, 
dau. of Abiel Hall and Man- Elizabeth (Lewis) Sayward. He enlisted in 
the 1 16th Reg. of N. V. S. Vol. Infantry; reenlisted in the 1 2th Reg. of 
N. Y. S. Vol. Cavalry; and passed through the grades of sergeant, first- 
lieut, and second-licut. He lived at 64 Baker Street, Detroit, Mich., in 
IS 74 

II. Oscar FitzAllen Tiffany, b. at Clinton, C. \Y., 22 Feb. 1840; 
enlisted, as a private, in the 11 6th Reg. of N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry; was 
promoted to be sergeant, second-lieutenant, and captain ; and was dis- 
charged after two years of service. He has lived at Jamestown, N. Y., for . 
one year; at Buffalo, X. Y; at Newbern, X. C; in Pennsylvania, two 
years; at Jamestown again, two years ; at St. Louis, Mo., four years ; at 
Xew Orleans, La., two years; at Shreveport, La., one year; in Michigan, j 
one year; and at Buffalo again, in 1874, where he was of the firm of 
Tiffany Brothers, general advertising agents, 265 Washington Street. He : 
afterward went to Detroit, Mich. 



4SS0 



12504 HI. kelson Otis Tiffany, b. at Lancaster, X. Y., 1 Feb. 1842; an 
advertising agent, of the firm of Tiffany Brothers, 265 Washington Street, ! 

j Buffalo, N. Y.; lived at Scotland, C. \\\, from 1847 till the Autumn of 
1861; at Lancaster, N.Y., till 1862; again at Scotland, till Feb. 1864; at 
Baltimore, Md., till Sept. 1S65 ; since which his home has been at Buffalo. 
He was married there, 23 Jan. 1868, by Rev. D. H. Muller, Methodist, 

\ to Julia Charlotte Chase, born at Buffalo, 28 Sept. 1844, dau. of Wesley 
and Dorothy Ann (Bush) Chase; and lived at 177 Eleventh Street, Buffalo, 
in 1874. 

I I 

12505 IV. William Oakley Tiffany, b. at Town Line, in Lancaster. X. Y., 
» 20 Aug. 1843 ; died at Lancaster, 8 Ap. 1844, and was buried there. 



18097 



Whitney Family 



'745 



12506 V. Martha Emily Tiffany, b. at Town Line, in Lancaster, X. V., 19 
June 1845 ; died at Lancaster, 14 Sept. 1S45, and was buried there. 

i j 

12507 VI. Martha Eliza Tiffany, b. at Windham, C. W., 17 Aug. 1S46; 
j was adopted, after her mother's death, by Matthew and Hannah (Kelley) 

Lowrey, of Windham; was married at Windham, 5 Jan. 1869, by Rev. 
William Williams, Methodist, to John Allen Bartholomew, a farmer, who 
was born at Maple Leaf Farm, in Windham, 29 Dec. 1846, son of John 
and Anna (Smith) Bartholomew, the latter among the first settlers of that 
town. They settled at Rosehill Farm, in Windham, and were living there 
in June 1S74. 



Chil. of Paul and Ellen Stewart (Whitney) Moore. 

1250S' I. Cyrus Moore, b. at Burford, C. W., 21 June 1S40; married at 
' Baltimore, Md., 1 1 Nov. 1S62, Caroline Commages; and lived at Grimsby, 
Ont, in 1S74. 

12509 I II. Sarah Jane Moore, b. at Burford, C. W., 1 1 Jan. 1S42; married at 
[Scotland, C. W., 10 March i860, Thomas Ontario Prouse. They resided 
! at Scotland in 1874. 

12510' HI. Martha Eliza Moore, b. at Burford, C. W., 8 Jan. 1844; and 
j died there, 22 Nov. 1846. 

12511 I IV. William Henry Moore, b. at Burford, C. W., 4 Nov. 1847. 

12512 V. Esther Josephine Moore, b. at Burford, C. W., 22 Aug. 1849; 
married there, 5 Oct. 1S66, Frederick Southmaid Haight, of Montreal, 
C. F., who was, when last heard from, in 1874, principal of an academic 
school for boys, in that city. 

1 25 1 3 VI. John Whitney Moore, b. at Burford, C. W., 30 June 1854; and 
j lived there in 1874. 

12514' VII. Martha Ellen Moore, b. at Burford, C. W., 17 July 1856; and 

i died there, 12 Nov. 1858. 



VIII. 



Moore, died y 



1S999 



Chil. of William Alexander and Emily (Malcolm) Whitney. 48S2 

J12516 I. Mary Emily Whitney, b. at Scotland, C. W., 15 Sept. 1846; 19004 



1746 



Eieh th Genera tion . 



12517 



125 is 



12520 

12521 

12522 
12523 

12524 



married at West Union, Iowa, 17 Feb. 1 S69, Edwin Gilbert. They lived 
at Webster City, Iowa, in 1S74. 

II. Lewis rVlalcolm Whitney, b. at Scotland, C. W., 24 Ap. 1S50; 19006 
married at West Union, Iowa, where her parents then lived, Emily Jeannette 
Tiffany, born at Lancaster, N. Y , 5 July 1S50, dau. of Nelson Arnold and 
Caroline Adele (Davenport) Tiffany. 

III. Sarah Eliza Whitney, b. at Scotland, C. W., 22 Nov. 1S51; and 
died there, 21 Oct. 1S52. 



IV. Maria Louise Whitney, b. at Scotland, C. W., 5 Jan. 1854: 
married at West Union, Iowa, 9 Jan. 1S72, Joseph Ferdinand Raphael. 

V. Alfred Eliakim Whitney, b. at Scotland, C. W., 13 Sept. 1S56; 
lived with his parents, at West Union, Iowa, in 1S74. 

VI. Ellen Semantha Whitney, b. at Scotland, C. W., 16 July 185S. 

VII. fiflartha Esther Whitney, b. at Scotland, C. W., 25 Jan. 1S60. 

VIII. William Edmund Whitney, b. at West Union, Iowa, 27 Oct. 
1865; died at West Union, 14 Sept. 1S66, and was buried there. 

IX. Gertrude Emma Whitney, b. at West Union, Iowa, 10 March 
1868. 



1 9009 



Chil. of John Paul and Sarah Esther (Whitney) Smith. 

12525 I. Ellen Smith, b. 1 Jan. 1842. 

12526 ' II. Eliza Smith, b. 4 June 1844; died in 1S47. 

12527 III. Emma Smith, b. 10 Aug. 1846; died in 1847. 

12528 IV. Emily Smith, b. 10 Oct. 1S4S. 



488: 



Chil. of Hartley Stewart and Dinah (Switzer) Whitney. 



4884 



12529 I. Sarah Amanda Whitney, b. at Norwichville, C. W., 3 March 19010 
1S50; married at Elkader, Iowa, 1 Jan. 1870, by Rev. D. M. Sterns, 



Whitney Family 



1747 



12530] 

12531 

12532 
12533 



Methodist, to Charles Heywood Sterns, a nephew of the officiating clergy- 
man, born at Gerry, N. V., about a mile north of the present village of j 
Vermont, 24 Oct. 1S38, son of Phinehas and Lovisa Melissa (Fisher)' 
Sterns. They settled at Strawberry Point, Iowa, in July 1870; and, in 
Nov. 1873, moved to Elkader, where they lived in 1874. He enlisted in 
Aug. 1 86 1, at Burlington, Iowa, in the First Iowa Battery, and served for 
more than a year; when he was discharged at St. Louis, Mo., for physical 
disability. 

II. Rosalie Jane Whitney, b. at Nonvichville, C. \V., n Oct. 1852. 

III. Bartiey Stewart Whitney, b. at Geneva, Wis., 2j March 1854; 
died at Elkader, Iowa, 1 July 1863, and was buried there. 

IV. Henry Switzer Whitney, b. at Geneva, Wis., 1 1 May 1S56. 

V. Frank Greeley Whitney, b. at Elkader, Iowa, 20 Sept. 1869. 



Chil. of Edmund and Frances Arm (Mortimer) Whitney. 

>534 I. William Edmund Whitney, b. at Brantford, C. W., 4 Nov. 1854; 
resided with his mother, at Seaforth, Ont., in 1874. 



12535 
12536 
12537 



2539 



II. Charles Mortimer Whitney, b. at Scotland, C.W., 24 March 1S56. 

III. George Lewis Whitney, b. at Geneva, Wis., 23 May 185S. 

IV. James Murray Whitney, b. at Seaforth, Ont., 13 Nov. 1S68. 



Chil. of John and Alba Cinda (Abbott) Stevens. 

1540 I. William Francis Stevens, b. at Herkimer, N. V., 24 Jan. 1S32; 
I married Lucretia Albro, 25 May 1859; and was living at St. Charles, 
j Minn., in Aug. 1875. He served in the U. S. Navy in the war of 1861. 



4S86 



Chil. of Charles and Elizabeth (Malcolm) Whitney. 4889 

I. Emma Frederika Whitney, b. at Scotland, Ont., 24 Ap. 1S63. 

II. Lilian Whitney, b. at Scotland, Ont., 7 Aug. 1869. 



1748 



1254' 



Eighth Generation. 



II. Adelia Stevens, b. at Busti, X. V., 5 Oct. 1833; married there, 1901 
16 Sept. i860, Horace Frank, a farmer, sun of Michael and Betsey (Stawart) i 
Frank, of Busti, where he was born 19 Nov. 1S19. They settled at Busti, 
and were living there in Oct. 1875. 



12542 



12543 



12544 



12545 



12546 



12547 



III. Walter Byron Stevens, twin, b. at Busti, N. Y., 13 Ap. 1837; 
a blacksmith ; married at Busti, 7 Feb. 1865, by Rev. A. J. Marsh, to Jane 

' Babcock, dau. of George and Sarah (Millard) Babcock, of Busti, where she 
was born 31 March 1S42. They settled at Busti, and were living there in 
Sept. 1S75. 

IV. Warren Henry Stevens, twin, b. at Busti, N. Y., 13 Ap. 1S37; 
a farmer; married at Warren, Penn., 8 March 1 S60, by William Hinton, 
Esq., to Jane Maria Hinton, dau. of William and Margaret (Crawford) 
Hinton, of Warren. She was born at New York City, 23 June 1836. 
They dwelt at Warren till 1 May 1863; at Vitoria, C. W., till June 1S66; 

: at Simcoe, C. W., till 21 Jan. 1S67 ; at Ancaster, Out, till May 1871 ; and 
j then returned to Warren, where they were still living in Sept. 1875. 

V. Electa rVSelissa Stevens, b at Busti, N.Y.,12 March 1839; mar- 
'. ried F. IVS. Canfield, 13 Ap. 1S65. They were living at Tidioute, Penn., in 
: Aug. 1875. 

VI. Dency Lodema Stevens, b. at Busti, N. Y., 16 May 1842 ; died 
i at Busti, 7 July 1843, and was buried there. 

VII. Alba Arvilla Stevens, b. at Busti, N. Y., 25 May 1S45; married 
there, 12 Sept. 1S64, by Rev. A. J. Marsh, Methodist Episcopal, to Thomas 
Lomas, a farmer, born at Heap, Lancashire, England, 31 July 1830, son 
of James and Betty (Lomax) Lomas, afterward of Oldham, Lancashire. 

j They dwelt at Busti till 23 May 1868; and then moved to Sugar Grove, j 
j Penn., where the)- were still living in Sept. 1875. 

VIII. Dency Elizabeth Delinda Stevens, b. at Busti, N. Y., 29 
Dec. 1850; married at Gerry, N. Y., 22 Oct. 1869, by Rev. Seneca Short, 

' Methodist, to Joseph Ethan Bumpas, a farmer, son of Allen and Esther 
(Perkins) Bumpas, of Ellington, N. Y., where he was born 20 Nov. 1833. 
They were living at Ross Mills, N. Y., in Aug. 1S75. 



12 548 



Chil. of John and Sarah Elizabeth (Henick) Abbott. 



[9016. 



[9018 



1902: 



19027 



4892 



I. Sarah Emeline Abbott, b. at Busti, N.Y., 20 Nov. 1S48; married 19028 
at Darien, Wis., 2 Ap. 1S6S, Lyman James, son of Rowland and Clarissa 



// 7/ itney Family. 



749 



1 (Acker) James; and settled at Harmony, N. V., where they were still living 
. in Aug. 1S75. 

12549 ' II. Francis Xavier Abbott, b. at Sugar Grove, Perm., 4 May 1S51 ; 
and was living at Geneva, Wis., in Aug. 1875, unmarried. 

12550 III. Marietta Lovisa Abbott, b. at Sugar Grove, Penn., 23 Ap. 
I 1855; and was living at Geneva, Wis., in Aug. 1875, unmarried. 

1255 1 \ IV. Martha Jane Abbott, b. at Busti, N. V., iS Sept. 1859; and was 
living at Geneva, Wis., in Aug. 1S75. 



12552 



12553 



Chil. of Ezra and Mary (Bush) Abbott. 

I. Martha Abbott, b. at Jamestown, N. V., 17 May 1839; died at 
Jamestown, 24 March 1S41, and was buried there. 

II. Margaret Abbott, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 12 Jan. 1841; married 
at Randolph, X. Y., 31 May 1S65, by Rev. C. M. Cole, Congregational, to 
James Anciel WlcCall, a Methodist minister, son of John and Mary 
(Williams) McCall, of Walton, N. Y., where he was born 12 July 1826. 
They settled at Busti, N. Y., 25 Aug. 1S65; moved, 29 Dec. 1869, to 
Jamestown, N. Y.; and in June 1870, to Falconer, N. Y., where they were 
living in June 1875. Her brother, Theodore Abbott, married her hus- 
band's daughter. 



12554 III. William Abbott, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., iS May 1842; died at 
, Jamestown, 29 Aug. 1843, and was buried there. 

12555 IV. Amelia Abbott, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1844; married 
at Farmington, Penn., 9 July 1S63, by Rev. William Sharp, Baptist, to 
Franklin Doctor Porter, a mechanic, born 24 Dec. I 84 I, son of Joseph and 
Martha (Shew) Porter, of Falconer, X. Y. They settled at Centreville, 
Penn., 10 July 1S63; and moved, about 1 Sept. 1863, to Falconer. He 
enlisted in Oct. 1S63, for three years, in Co. I, 97th Reg. of X. Y. S. 
Volunteers; was wounded in the battle of The Wilderness, the first 
engagement in which he participated, S May 1864; was in Lane Hospital, j 

J Washington, D. C, till 6 June, when he was taken to his father's home at 
i Falconer, and died there on the 27th of the same month. She was living , 
' with her father, at Falconer, in June 1875, without children. 

12556; V. Theodore Abbott, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 22 Sept. 1847; a 
machinist; married there, 4 Feb. 1SG9, by Rev. Emery Jones, Wesleyan 



4S93 



'9035 



75° 



12557 



12558 

12559 
12560 



1256! 

12562 

12563 
12564 
12565 



Eighth Generation. 



Methodist, to Estelle Martha McCall, duu. of James Ancicl and Catharine 
(Ray) McCall, of Jamestown. She was born at Walton, N.Y., 7 Ap. 1852. 
They settled at Jamestown, and were living there in June 1S75. 

VI. Mary Abbott, b. at Jamestown, X. Y., 26 Dec. 1849; married 
there 5 May 1868, bv Rev. Emerson Mills, Baptist, to Mortimer Almond 
Roso,' a lumberman, 'son of David and Mary Ann (Babcock) Rose, of 
Poland. N. Y., where he was born 1 Oct. 1847. They settled at Poland. 16 
Nov. 1868; moved to Gerry, N.Y., 1 Ap. 1869; to Poland again, in Dec. 
1869; thence, 17 May 1873, to Falconer, X. Y., where they were living in 
June 1 87 5, without children. 

VII. Sarah Louise Abbott, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 12 Dec. 1S51; 
died at Falconer, X. Y, 7 Nov. i860, and was buried at Jamestown. 

VIII. Clarence Abbott, b. at Ellicott, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1S5S. 

IX. Elliott Abbott, b. at Ellicott, N. Y., 1 Ap. i860. 



Chil. of Giles Theodore and Anna Elizabeth (Abbott) Gill. 



4S94 



I. Harrison Decatur Gil!, b. at Busti, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1S39; a 19037 
machinist and engineer; married at Toulon, III, n Dec. 1864, by Rev. 

! E. P. Barker, Baptist, to Sarah Naomi Britton, dau. of John Heman and 
! Ann' (Irvin) 'Britton, of Sabina, Ohio, where she was born 23 Sept. 1844. 

After living at Toulon for eight years, they moved to Arkansaw, Y\ is.; 

and were living there in Oct. 1875. 

II. Bertrand Van Ness Gill, b. at Busti, N.Y., 29 Aug 1841; mar- 19040 
I ried at Blandinsville, 111.. 30 March 1872, Jenny Hodges. They were living 

at Jamestown, X. Y, in July 1S75. 

III. Margaret Elizabeth Gill, b. at Busti, X. Y., 6 Aug. 1843; died 
at Busti, 30 Oct. 1S45, and was buried there. 

IV. Willis Dana Gill, b. at Busti, X. Y, 8 Dec. 1845 ; a farmer; was 
j living at Busti in July 1875, unmarried. 

1 
V Ellen Ann Gill, b. at Sugar Grove, Penn., 28 Ap. 1S49; married 19041 
at Toulon, 111., 3 Jan. 1869, by Rev. W. A. Welsher, Baptist, to Albert 
Conrad Bowers, a "joiner, son of Abram and Caroline (Strickler) Bowers, of 
Tyrone, Penn., where he was born 24 Ap. 1S47. They settled at Toulon, 
and were living there in Sept. 1S76. 



Whitney Family. 



1 75 1 



12566 
12567 

12568 
12569 
12570 



12571 
12572 



VI. Elliot Forester Gill, b. at Sugar Grove, Perm., 22 Sept. 1S53; 
was living at Toulon, 111., in July 1S75, unmarried. 

VII. Florence Ada Gill, b. at Busti, N. Y., 18 May 1858; was living 
at Toulon, 111., in July 1875. 



'573 



Chil. of Jeremiah Whitney and Mary Eleanor (Lopies) Abbott. 

I. Elsie Abbott, b. at Busti, N.Y., in Nov. 1845; died at Battle Creek, 
Mich., 30 Aug. 1864, and was buried there. 

II. Ezra Abbott, b. at Busti, N.Y., S Ap. 1847; died at Busti, in Aug. 
1848, and was buried there. 

III. Rosella Abbott, b. at Pittsfield, Penn., in 1849; married in 1867, 
at Battle Creek, Mich., Rollin Shopard. 

Chil. of Jeremiah Whitney and Martha (Southvvick) Abbott. 

IV. Isa Abbott. 

V. Sumner Abbott. 



2575 



2576 



Chil. of Charles F. and Melissa (Abbott) Temple. 

I. Ada Tempie, b. at Sugar Grove, Penn.; grad. at the Normal School 
in Edinburgh, Penn. 

II. Deforest Charles Temple, b. at Sugar Grove, Penn.; grad. at 
the Normal School in Edinburgh, Penn. 



Child of Francis and Emily Eerintha (Abbott) Herrick. 
I. Sophronia Herrick, b. at Pine Grove, Penn., 27 Nov. 1859. 



4895 



19042 



S95 



4896 



4S97 



Chil. of William Rilander and Martha (Shields) Chase. 

I. Julia Ann Chase, b. at Providence, N. Y., 22 May 1S44; married 19043 
at Glenville, N. Y, 14 Feb. 1S61, by Rev. Dr. Seeley, of the Reformed 



175 



Eighth Generation. 



12577 

12578 
12579 



l2S 8i 



12584 



Church, to John C. Van Benthuysen, a carpenter, son of John anil Maria 
(Clute) Van Benthuysen, of Watervliet, N.Y., where he was born 19 Oct. 
1836. They dwelt at Watervliet for four years; lived at Glenville four 
years; and then settled at Schenectady, N. Y., which was still their home 
in Sept. 1875. 

II Susan Maria Chase, b. at Providence, N. Y., 3 Nov. 1845; was' 
living at Janesville, Iowa, in Jul)- 1875, unmarried. 

III. Emily Sophronia Chase, b. at Providence, N. Y., 3 May 1847; 
was living at Janesville, Iowa, in Jul}' 1S75, unmarried. 

IV. Clark Benedict Chase, b. at 'Providence, N. Y., 10 Jan. 185 1; 

was living at Janesville, Iowa, in July 1S75, unmarried. 



Child of Benjamin Sherman and Sabrina (Allen) Stanton. 

2580 I I. Martha Helen Stanton, b. at Chautauqua, N. Y., 5 Ap. 1856; 
and was living with her parents, near Mayville, N. Y., in May 1S75, un - 
married. 



Chil. of Mason Hicks and Arvilla Isabel (Harrison) Allen. 
I. Emma Isabel Allen, b. at Ellicottville, N. Y., 22 Nov. i860. 



[25S2 II. William Clarke Allen, b. at Ellicottville, N. Y., 2S Ap. 1866. 

12583 ; III. Frances Josephine Allen, b. at Jaynesville, Iowa, 4 July 187 1. 



Chil. of Samuel Rogers and Pamelia (Shew) Finch. 



4903 



4904 



4905 



I. Elizabeth Ann Finch, b. at Saratoga, N. Y., 2S Dec. 1843; 19045 
married at Northampton, N. Y., 14 Sept. 1865, by Rev. Isaac Devoe, 
Presbyterian, to John Wesley Gardner, an engineer, son of Sylvester and 
Mary Ann (Perry) Gardner, of Athens, N. Y., where he was born 30 Jan. 
1838. The_\- dwelt at Philadelphia, Penn., in 1865-66; and then settled at 
Athens, where they were still living in June 1875. He was appointed 3d 
assistant-engineer in the U. S. Navy, 21 Ap. 1863, 2d assistant-engineer, 



!2 5 8 5 



Whitney Family 



'7 



12586 



28 Sept. 1864, and passed-assistant, 30 Dec. 1S72; served on the blockade 
of Wilmington, N. C., in 1S63; was on the James River, near Richmond, 
in 1SG4; took part in both attacks on Fort Fisher, and the capture of 
Wilmington, N. C; was present at the final attack and capture of Rich- 
mond, Va., with the volunteers from Porter's fleet, serving on shore; was 
on iron-clad duty at Philadelphia, 1S65 and 1866; West India squadron,. 
1867; Pacific squadron, U. S. S. Kearsage, 1868-70; waiting orders, 1871 ; 
U. S. S. Powhatan, 1872; special duty at New York, 1873; and U. S. S. 
Swatara, transit of Venus expedition, 1S74 and 1S75. 

II. William Wilcox Finch, b. at Saratoga, N. V., 2 Ap. 1S46; a 
tradesman; married at Broadalbin, N. Y., 5 Dec. 1S70, by Rev. A. C. Rose, 
Methodist, to Caroline Lee, dau. of Thomas and Adeline (Guinan) Lee, of 
Broadalbin. She was born at Troy, N. Y., 1 Jan. 1845. They were living 
at Broadalbin in June 1875. He enlisted at Saratoga Springs, 4 Nov. 

I 1861, in Co. D, 77th Reg. of N. Y. S. Volunteers; was promoted to be 
corporal, 14 Dec. 1863, and sergeant, 17 Oct. 1S64; was discharged 13 Dec. 
1864; reenlisted, in Hancock's Veteran Corps, 10 Ap. 1865, for one year; 
and was discharged 9 Ap. 1866, having taken part in twenty-three 
engagements during his first term of service alone. 

III. Susan Emily Finch, b. at Perth, N. Y., 26 Sept. 1848; married 
at Broadalbin, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1S74, by Rev. Joseph H. Wilson, to Addison 
Cardner, a farmer, son of Sylvester and Man' Ann (Perry) Gardner, both 
then deceased, of Athens, N. Y., where he was born 10 Oct. 1S44. They 
were living at Broadalbin in June 1875. He enlisted at Albany, N. Y., 17 
Nov. 1 861, in Co. D, 93d Reg. of N. Y. S. Volunteers; was discharged, 
and reenlisted as a veteran, for three years, at Brandy Station, Va., in Dec. 
1863; was with the Army of the Potomac, from its organization, in March 
1862, till the end of the war; was slightly wounded at White House, Va., 
in July 1S62, and severely (in two places) in the battle of The Wilderness, 
5 May 1S64, resulting in amputation of the leg; and was discharged in 
June 1865. He has been postmaster at Athens for five years; and was 
engaged in farming in 1S75. 



12587 



IV. Charles Henry Finch, b. at Providence, N. Y., 16 July 
died there, 17 Aug. 1854, and was buried at Saratoga, N. Y. 



1854 



12588, V. Henry Clement Finch, b. at Providence, N. Y., 27 Ap. 185S; 
j and was living at Broadalbin, N. Y., in June 1875. 

12589! VI. Alice Chamberlin Finch, b. at Providence, N. Y., 26 Ap. 1862; 
i and was living at Broadalbin, N. Y., in June 1S75. 



19048 



i/54 

12590 
I2S9I 



1259- 
12593 



1^594 



12595 



!596 



[2597 



1259S 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Putman and Cornelia Elflida (Wescot) Shew. 

I. Nathaniel Wescot Shew, b. at Providence, N. Y., 17 May 1S44; 
died there, 5 Sept. 1S44, and was buried at Northampton, N. V. 



4906 



II. Frank Clement Shew, b. at Broadalbin, N. Y., 18 Sept. 1847; 19050 
an engineer; married at Broadalbin, 50 Dec. iS6S, Gertrude Snedikcr, 

dau. of Christopher and Minerva (Alvord) Snedikcr, of Northampton, 
N. Y. She was b>>rn at Edinburgh, N. Y., 8 Jan. 1S4S. They were living 
at Lincoln, Del., in May 187;. 



JI1. Jenny Lind Shew, b. at Northampton, N. Y., 10 July i860. 



IV. Jay Marvin Shew, b. at Northampton, N. Y., 29 May 1S62. 

Chil. of Putman and Adelaide (Snediker) Shew. 

V. George Snediker Shew, b. at Broadalbin, N. Y., 16 Oct. 186S. 



Chil. of John Kennelly and Catharine (Shew) Anderson. 



4906 



490; 



I. Abby Pamelia Anderson, b. at Edinburgh, N. Y., 27 Aug. 1846; 1905 1 
I married at Amsterdam, N. Y., 12 Sept. 1866, by Rev. M. S. Goodale, [ 

Presbyterian, to Thomas Morrell Billington, an agent, son of Henry and 
Minerva (Morrell) Billington, of Fonda, N. Y., where he was born 19 Oct. 
1845. They settled at Amsterdam, and were living there in June 1875. 

II. IVIary Matilda Anderson, b. at Edinburgh, N. Y., 25 Nov. 1847; 19054 
, married at 17 Wall Street, Amsterdam, N. Y., 7 Oct. 1S67, by Rev. M. S. 

' Goodale, Presbyterian, to Deodauis Wright Sturtevant, a dealer in tea, son 
'• of John Augustus and Mar)- (Paddelford) Sturtevant, of Amsterdam, 
I where he was born 22 Nov. 1835. They settled at Amsterdam, and were 
'living there in June 1875, at Jj Division Street, his business being at 175 
Main Street. 

III. Clara Louisa Anderson, b. at Edinburgh, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1S51; 
! a student in music, at Cottage Hill Seminars-, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in June 

1875. 

IV. Catharine Kirkwood Anderson, b. at Edinburgh, N.Y., 2 Ap. 
1855 ; a student in music, at Cottage Hill Seminary, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
in June 1875. 



Whitney Family 



12599 V. Stephen Putman Anderson, b. at Amsterdam, N. V., 23 Nov. 

i860. 

12600 VI. George Baker Anderson, b. at Amsterdam, X. V., 2 Ap. 1866. 



Chil. of Josias La Mont and Hannah (Shew) Masten. 
1 2601 I I. Lilly rYIasten, b. at Providence, N. Y., 12 Dec. 1861. 



7 5 5 



490s 



12602 II. Rosanna La Mont Masten, b. at Providence, N. Y., 16 July 
1864. 



Chil. of John and Philena (Cady) Shew. 

12603 !■ Mary Jane Shew, b. at Providence, N. Y., 23 Jan. 1852; married 
at Ellendale, Del., 11 Oct. 1S71, by Rev. Richard Mallory, Presbyterian, 
to William Eleazer Trevett, a manufacturer, son of Henry Tillison and 
Abigail (Chapman) Trevett, of Providence, where he was born 25 Feb. 
1843. The}' settled at Northampton, N.Y., and were living there in June 
1875. 

12604: II. Isabel Shew, b. at Providence, N.Y., 26 March 1S54; married in 
the parsonage at Milford, Del., 15 Ap. 1874, by Rev. A. A. Dinsmore, 
Presbyterian, to Custavus Adolphus Arnold, of Ellendale, Del., a teacher, 
born at Dansville, N. V., 31 Jan. 1S48, son of Erastus and Catharine 
Louisa (Goodwin) Arnold. They settled at Lincoln, Del., and were living 
there in June 1S7 ;. 

12605 III. ilia Philena Shew, b. at Providence, N. Y., 20 Nov. 1855 ; died 
there, 1 1 June 1S62, and was buried at Northampton, N. Y. 

12606 IV. Cornelia Elflida Shew, b. at Providence, N.Y., 7 March 1S64. 



19056 



Chil. of William and Arietta (Lee) Van Ness. 491 2 

[2607 I. Roderick Van Kess, b. at Howard, Mich., 4 Aug. 1S45; and was 
living there in Oct. 1875. 

[260S II. Mary Elizabeth Van Ness, b. at Howard, Mich., 10 Ap. 1847; 19057 
married in Cass Co., Mich., 18 March 1874, by Rev. William Prouty, to 



■756 


Eighth Generation. 






Robert Carlisle, a farmer, son of James Houston and Rachel (Argo) 
Carlisle, of the same count}-. He was born in Sussex Co., Del., 22 May 
1S49. They were living near Elkhart, Ind., in May 1876. 




I 2609 


III. Llewellyn Van r v iess, b. at Howard, Mich., 30 Oct. 1S49; died 
there, 29 Aug. 185 1, and was buried in Pleasant Lake Cemetery. 




I26IO 


IV. Wiliiam Van f-'ess, twin, b. at Howard, Mich., 20 Oct. 1S55. 




I 261 I 


V. Etta Van Mess, twin, b. at Howard, Mich., 20 Oct. 1S55; died 
there, 17 March 1856, and was buried in Pleasant Lake Cemetery. 




12612 


VI. Caroline Leland Van Wess, b. at Howard, Mich., 6 Dec. 1S57. 






Chil. of John and Caroline (Van Ness) Potter. 


49i3 


.X., 


I. Charles Henry Potter. 




12614 


II. Alonzo Potter. 






Chil. of Warren Clark and Maria (Easlyn) Van Ness. 


4914 


I26I5 


I. SVIary Van F^ess, was living at Penn Van, N.Y., in Ap. 1S76. 




1 26l6 


II. George Van f^ess, was living at Penn Van, N. V., in Ap. 1S76. 






Child of Joel and Ann (Butterworth) Van Ness. 


49 '5 


12617 


I. Joe! Van Ness, was living at Trumansburgh, N. V., in Ap. 1S76. 






Chil. of Andrew Oliver and Lucy (Stone) Van Ness. 


49 '7 


I26lS 


I. Harriet Amelia Van Mess, b. at Jerusalem, N. V., 15 Aug. 1S52; 
a teacher; was living at Benton Centre, N. Y., in Oct. 1S75, unmarried. 




12619 


II. Elizabeth Philena Van Mess, b. at Benton, X. V., 15 Oct. 1S5S. 





iGio 



2621 



12622 
12623 
12624 



/ Vh it 11 ey Fa in i/\ • . 



Child of Edwin Stanley and Elizabeth (Van Ness) Norton. 

I. Lena Margaret Morton, b. at Victor, N. Y., 6 July 1859; and w; 
/ing there in Ap. 1S76, unmarried. 



1/57 



49>S 



Child of Sanford White and Martha Susanna (Van Ness) 
Beaujean. 

I. Lueiia Ann Beaujean, b. at Mayville, N. V., 4 June 1859; and 

was living there in May 1S75. 



12626 
12627 

t2628 

12629 
12630 
1 263 1 

12632 



Chil. of Lewis Leonard and Emily (Trimble) Way. 

I. James T. Way. 

II. Lewis T. Way. 

III. Emily Hannah Way. 

Chil. of Lewis Leonard and Julia C. (Farreli) Way. 

IV. Tvlartha Jane Way. 

V. Annie Way. 

VI. Ida Frances Way. 



49?5 



4943 



4943 



Chil. of Andrew and Sarah Elizabeth (Way) Broas. 

I. Mary A. Broas. 

II. Sarah F. Broas. 

III. Charies E. Broas. 

IV. Catharine C. Broas. 

V. rVIartha Broas. 

There were four others in this household, whose names could not be 
; procured. 



1758 


Eighth Generation. 




Chil. of James Henry and Julia C. (Travers) Way. 


! 

4949 


12633 


I. Minnie Way. 




12634 


II. Emma Way. 




12635 


III. Harriet Way. 


4951 


Chil. of John Peter and Cynthia (Fitchett) Way. 


12636 


I. Oscar T. Way. 




'2637 


II. Henry L. Way. 




12638 


III. Etheiind Way. 


4952 


Child of James Knox Polk and Martha Ann (Way) Brant. 


12639 


I. Frederick W. Brant, b. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 23 Feb. 1866; 
died 27 Sept. 1S6S. 


4953 


Chil. of Elias James and Mary Helen (Van Voast) Whitney. 


12640 


I. Francis Eiias Whitney, b. at 28 Cumberland Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 18 Aug. 1848 ; died of consumption, at Minneapolis, Minn., 3 Sept. 
186S, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn. 


1 


1 204 1 


II. Albert Joceiyn Whitney, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 31 Jan. 1856. 




12642 


III. Ida Helen Whitney, b. at 21S Adelphi Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
13 Jan. 1863. 


■ 


12643 


IV. Lilly W. Whitney, adopted, b. 31 May 1850; died 13 Dec. 1862, 
and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 






Chil. of Levi and Judith Lenchy (Whitney) Selleck. 


<r954 


12644 


I. Juliette Louisa Selleck, b. at Geneva, N. Y., 30 June 1851; died 
at Chicago, 111., 7 Dec. 1855, and was buried in Chicago Cemetery. 




12645 


II. Mary Louisa Selleck, b. near Preston, Minn., 9 Jan. 1S57. 





Whitney Family. 



759 



12646 III. Charles Llewellyn Selleck, b. at Auburn, N. V., 1 i May i860; 
died at Deerfield, Mo., 21 Sept. 1874, and was buried in Deerfield Ceme- 
tery. 



Chil. of Daniel and Mary Jano (Whitney) Van Voast. 

12647 I. Eva Ann Van Voast, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

12648 ; II. ryjary Eliza Van Voast, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y 
2649 III. Albert Van Voast, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y. 



12650 



1265: 



12652 

12653 
12654 



Child of Isaac Francis and Minnie Etta (Lunger) Whitney. 
I. [VSinnie Etta Whitney, b. at Fort Scott, Kansas, 21 Feb. 1871. 



Child of Theodore and Phcebe Ann (Whitney) Magnus. 
I. Eugene Magnus, lived with his father in 186S. 



4957 



Child of John Henry Ellsworth and Emily Louisa (Calhoun) 

Whitney. I 495S 



I. Ulysses John Whitney, b. at Newark, N. J., 2 Oct. 1865 ; died at 
218 Adelphi Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., iS July 1866, and was buried at 
Ocean Hill, Greenwood Cemetery. 



Chil. of Francis Rowland and Sophronia Arnold (Terrel) Whitney. 

I. George Washington Francis Whitney, b. at 48 Charlton 
Street, Richmond Hill, New York City, 15 May 1864. 

II. John Thomas Whitney, b. at 42 Watts Street, New York City, 
27 Jan. 186S. 



4961 



4962 



1760 

12655 
12656 
12657 
1265S 

12659 
12660 



1 266 1 
12662 
12663 

12664 

12665 
12666 
12667 

12668 



Eigh th ( n it c v?7 tion . 



Chil. of Elias Isaac and Elizabeth (Odekirk) Whitney. 

I. Edwin Demetrius Whitney, b. at Eden, Wis., 6 Sept. 1S57. 

II. Helen Louisa Whitney, b. at Eden, Wis., 15 Aug. 1S59. 

III. Fremont Leroy Whitney, b. at Eden, Wis., 12 Sept. 1861. 

IV. Eiias Isaac Whitney, b. at Eden, Wis., 5 Sept. 1S63; died at 
Eden, 20 Aug. 1864, and was buried there. 

V. Caroline Belle Whitney, b. at Eden, Wis., iS Aug. 1866. 

VI. Peter Berry Whitney, b. at Big Rapids, Mich., 20 March 1S69; 
died there, 20 Nov. 1 S69, and was buried at Big Rapids Cemetery. 



49C3 



Chil. of John and Martha Ann (Whitney) Henderson. 

I. Byron Whitney Henderson, b. in Gray Street, London, C. W., 8 
Feb. 185S. 

II. Winifred Frances Henderson, b. in Gray Street, London, 
C.W., 21 Oct. 1862. 

III. Belle Henderson, b. at 187 Forest Street, Cleveland, Ohio, 19 
Feb. 1S69. 



4964 



Chil. of Daniel and Helen Mar (Whitney) Buck. 

I. Edward D. Buck, b. at Onondaga Hill, X. Y., 10 July 1S55; and 
was living there in June 1 S75 ; a painter. 

II. Charles Easton Buck, b. at Onondaga Mill, N. Y., iS Oct. 1858. 

III. Daniel Buck, b. at Onondaga Hill, N. Y., 1 Jan. i860. 

IV. Ernest Buck, b. at Onondaga Hill, N. Y., 30 Aug. 1864. 



4966 



Child of Charles Adrian Valk and Winifred Frances (Whitney) 

Boardman. I 497 

I. Corey Berry Boardman> b. at 74 Lodi Street, Syracuse, N. Y., 12 
Dec. 1869. 



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i 761 



Chil. of Charles Henry and Maria Louisa (Whitney) Briggs. 

2669 I. Fanny Leoline Briggs, b. at New York City, 24 May 1862. 

2670 II. Amos Whitney Briggs, b. at Haverstraw, N. Y., 2S May 1S67; 
died at Haverstraw, 15 Jan. 1870, and was buried there. 

[2671 III. Catharine Louise Briggs, b. at Haverstraw, N. Y., 17 March 
1871. 



Chil. of Gilbert and Abbie Jane (Rogers) Travis. 

12672 : I. Ambrose Kingsland Travis, b. at New York City, 26 Nov. 1856; 
! was living with his parents, at 269 Leonard Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 

Jan. 1875. 

12673 II. Charles William Travis, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 2 Nov. i860. 

12674 III. Jeannie Rogers Travis, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 11 June 1864. 

12675 ! IV - Ac,a Clara High Travis, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 26 March 1867. 

12676 : V. Henry Rogers Travis, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 26 July 1S69. 



Chil. of Isaac and Harriet (Dowdell) Travis. 

12677! I. Gilbert De Witt Travis, b. at Sing Sing, N. Y., 21 Aug. 1S51; a 
'printer; was living with his mother, at 131 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, 
i N. Y., in Feb. 1875; unmarried. 

; 

12678 ; II. Sarah Travis, b. at New York City, 26 Ap. 1S53 ; died at Peeks- 
kill, N.Y., 30 Jan. 1855, and was buried at Yorktown, N. Y., in the Baptist 
Cemetery. 

12679' HI. Erastus Brooks Travis, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 16 Jan. 1S57 ; ' 
j died then.-, 7 June 1857, and was buried at Yorktown, N. Y., in the Baptist 
I Cemetery. 

12680 IV. Anna Nassau Wells Travis, b. at Peekskill, N. Y., 7 Aug. 
1859; and was living with her mother, at 131 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, 
N.Y., in Feb. 1875. 



4975 



499S 



I 762 



EigJiili Generation. 



Chil. of William James and Agnes (Travis) McCord. 



5000 



12681 I. Hannah Ann McCord, b. at Yorktown, N. V., 31 March 1852; 

j died at Yorktown, 29 Dec. lS6l, and was buried there. 

12652 ! II. John Briggs McCord, b. at Peekskill, N. Y, 7 June 1S53; a 
1 salesman; was living with his parents, at 1377 Pacific Street, Brooklvn, 

N. Y, in Jan. 1875. 

12653 III. Abby Jane McCord, b. at Yorktown, N. Y, 3 Dec. 1S57; died 
! at Bedford, N. Y., 14 Ap. 1863, and was buried at Yorktown. 

12684 IV. Catharine Todd McCord, b. at Bedford, N. Y., 21 Aug. 1863; 
died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 2 Feb. 1872, and was buried at Yorktown, N. Y. 



12685 



126S6 



12687 

12688 

! 

12689 

12690 
1 2691 



Chil. of Edward D. and Eliza Ann (Clements) Wicks. 

I. Catharine Ann Wicks, b. at Liberty, N. Y, 28 July 1850; died 
at Valparaiso, Ind., 4 Jan. 1858, and was buried there. 

II. Franklin Pierce Wicks, b. at Liberty, N. Y, 2 Sept. 1853 ; died 
at Valparaiso, Ind., 15 Feb. 1855, and was buried there. 

III. James Buchanan Wicks, b. at Valparaiso, Ind., 3 Oct. 1856. 

IV. Lilian Wicks, b. at Valparaiso, Ind., 25 May 1S60. 

V. Ella Wicks, b. at Liberty, N. Y., 19 May 1S63. 

Chil. of James and Eliza Ann (Clements) Horton. 

VI. Edward l-3orton, b. at Liberty, N. Y., 21 Sept. 1867. 

VII. Laura Horton, b. at Ridgeway, Perm., 12 May 1S70. 



5007 



Chil. of Gilbert Travis and Martha (Lamoreux) Clements. 

12692 I I. Milton Lamoreux Clements, b. at Middletown, Orange Co., 
- N. Y., 4 Nov. 1S60. 

^2693 ' II. Frederick Clements, b. at Liberty, N. Y., 24 July 1863; died 
I there, 7 March 1S64, and was buried in the old cemetery. 



5010 



Whitney F amily. 


1763 




Chil. of Joseph and Amanda Jane (Clements) Grant. 


501 1 


12694 


I. Arthur Grant, b. at Liberty, N. V., 26 Sept. 1S61. 




12695 


II. Ida Grant, b. at Liberty, N. Y., 8 May 1864. 




12696 


III. Eva Grant, b. at Libert}-, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1866. 




12697 


IV. Susan Grant, b. at Liberty, N.Y., 9 Sept. 1S69; died at Liberty, 
2 March 1S73, and was buried there. 






Child of John Davis and Julia Frances (Corke) Clements. 


5013 


12698 


I. Catharine Clements, b. at Rhinebeck, N. Y., 28 Nov. 1S72. 






Chil. of Ira Travis and Adeline Minerva (Cole) Horton. 


5014 


12699 


I. Ruhama Etta Horton, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 1 Ap. 1S58. 




12700 


II. Elizabeth Horton, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 15 Aug. 1S59. 




12701 


III. Spencer Cole Horton, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1861. 




12702 


IV. Caroline Amanda Horton, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 2 May 1863. 




12703 


V. Elias Ytf'hitney Horton, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 21 June 1865. 




12704 


VI. Samuel Hart Horton, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 16 March 1867. 




12705 


VII. Arthur Horton, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 19 July 1874. 






Chil. of Elisha C. and Agnes Ann (Horton) Agor. 


5015 


12706 


I. Millard Fillmore Agor, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 10 Jan. 1S5S. 




12707 


II. Coleman Townsend Agor, b. at Carmel, N.Y., iS March 1S59. 




1270s 


III. Sarah Cecilia Agor, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 28 July 1S61. 


_ 



1764 


Right h Generation. 




1 2709 


IV. Minnie Ophelia Agor, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 2 Aug. 1S63. 




12710 


V. Adah May Agor, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1S68. 


< 1 

j 




Chil. of John Whitney and Mary Emma (Cornell) Travis. 


5022 


1 27 1 1 


I. Mary Emma Travis, b. at Ossining, N. Y., about i860; was living 
at Bedford, N. Y., with her grandfather, James Cornell, in Dec. 1S74. 




12712 


II. Elias Whitney Travis, b. at Yorktown, N.Y., in Dec. 1S63 ; was 
living at Peekskill, N. Y., in Dec. 1S74, with his grandfather. 




12713 


III. John Solomon Travis, b. at New York City, in Feb. 1S67. 




12714 


IV. William James Travis, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., about 1871; 
died at Brooklyn, when "three days less than one year old," and was 
buried near the Baptist Church at Yorktown, N. Y. 




12715 


V. Eliza Janet Travis, b. "just before Christmas," 1S73. 


i 




Child of William Jay and Isabella (Sterling) Travis. 


5023 


12716 


I. William James Travis, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1872. 






Child of Moses Haviland and Marietta (Travis) Dean. 




12717 


I. Augustus Solomon Dean, b. at Yorktown, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1869. 






Chil. of Phelps Ezekiel and Marilla Emeline (Whitney) Alderman. 


5027 


12718 


I. Ezekiel Alderman, b. at Granville, Mass., 7 Feb. 1856; died at 
Granville, 13 Aug. 1856, and was buried there. 


i 


12719 

__ 


II. Julia Estelle Alderman, b. at Russell, Mass., 19 March 1S58; 
died at Granville, Mass., 19 Aug. 1852, and was buried there. 





1272 1 

12722 



Whitney Family 



Chil. of Jamos Wallace and Francos Ann (Whitney) Johnson. 

I. Maria Francos Johnson, b. at West Granville, Mass., S Jan. 
1858; died at West Granville, 12 Jan. 1S58, and was buried there.' 

II. Wallace Clyde Johnson, b. at Tolland, Mass., 21 May 1S59. 

III. Flora Maria Johnson, b. at West Granville, Mass., 31 July 
1865 ; died at West Granville, 27 Jan. 1S66, and was buried there. 

IV. Jenny Deborah Johnson, b. at West Granville, Mass., 20 Oct. 
1S6S. 



I765 



Chil. of John Wesley and Ruth Bangs (Johnson) Steer. 

12724; I. John Scott Steer, b. at Tariffville, Conn., 5 Dec. 1847; a church- 
organ builder; lived at Westfield, Mass., in 1874, unmarried. 

II. Frank Johnson Steer, b. at Westfield, Mass., 9 Nov. 1853; a' 
church-organ builder; married Mary King, dau. of Charles and Sarah 
King ; and lived at Westfield in 1 874. 



726 



[2728 
[2729 

2730 



III. Charles Rockwell Steer, b. at Westfield, Mass., 7 Sept 1859; 
died at Westfield, 24 Feb. 1S61, and was buried there. 

IV. Eliza Allen Steer, b. at West Springfield, Mass., 12 Nov. 1867. 



Chil. of Samuel Elihu and Amanda Elizabeth (Allen) Whitney. 

I. Charles Alphonso Whitney, b. at Garrettsville, Ohio, 15 May 
[854; a printer; lived at Pittsburgh, Penn., in Dec. 1873. 

II. Fanny Edith Whitney, b. at Garrettsville, Ohio, 12 May 1865. 



Child of William Lewis and Sarah (Stoughton) Whitney. 

I. William Lewis Whitney, b. at Windsor, Ohio, 7 May 1S54; and 
lived there, a teacher, in 1874. 



5029 



1766 



Eighth Generation. 



Chll. of Edward and Emeline Maria (Whitney) Bailey. 

I. Philo Whitney Bailey, b. at Goshen, Conn., 1 1 Jan. 1S53; died at 
Montville, Ohio, 20 June 1870, and was buried there. 

II. Edwin Bailey, b. at Montville, Ohio, iS Aug. 1855; died at Mont- 
ville, 23 July I 87 1, and was buried there. 

12733 III. Mariette Bailey, b. at .Montville, Ohio, 1 Sept. 1S61. 

12734 ; IV. Eudora Bailey, b. at Montville, Ohio, 15 Nov. 1863. 

12735 V. Edwinie Bailey, b. at Montville, Ohio, 26 Oct. 1S71; died at 
Montville, 2 Dec. 1873, and was buried there. 



12736 

12737 

12738 
12739 
12740 
1 2741 
12742 
12743 
12744 
12745 



Chll. of Daniel and Julia Manila (Whitney) Tucker. 

I. Watson Whitney Tucker, b. at Montville, Ohio, 12 Oct. 1S5S; 
died at Bloomfield, Ohio, 18 May 1867, and was buried at Montville Centre.' 

II. William Miles Tucker, b. at Montville, Ohio, 13 Jan. 1S61 ; died 
at Bloomfield, Ohio, 28 July 1S61, and was buried at Montville Centre 

III. Catharine Tucker, b. at Bloomfield, Ohio, 23 June 1862. 

IV. John Russell Tucker, b. at Bloomfield, Ohio, 18 March 1864. 

V. Martha Cornelia Tucker, b. at Bloomfield, Ohio, 30 Dec. 1865. 

VI. Jonathan Silas Tucker, b. at Bloomfield, Ohio, iS May 1S67. 

VII. Elbridge Lloyd Tucker, b. at Montville, Ohio, 14 Aug. 1S68. 

VIII. Lillia Maria Tucker, b. at Montville, Ohio, 19 Oct. 1869. 

IX. Edwin Watson Tucker, b. at Montville, Ohio, iS Sept. 187 1. 

X. Effle Marilla Tucker, b. at Montville, Ohio, 15 Jan. 1S73. 



5036 



Chil. of Watson Clock and Martha Jane (Rogers) Whitney. 

12746 I. Anna May Whitney, b. at 94 East Walnut Street, New Lisbon, 

I Ohio, 2 Sept. 1S68. 



5033 



1 


/7 liitncy Family. 


1 

! 


.767 


12747 


II. Lena Jane Whitney, b. in Grant Street, Portland, Mich., i 
1870. 


1 Nov. 


5040 


Chil. of Almon Veits and Clara Elvira (Coo) Whitney. 



12748 ! I. Ray Albert Whitney, b. at Reading, 111., 6 June 1869. 

12749 II. Blanche Maud Whitney, b. at Sheridan, 111., 16 March 1873. 

Child of Jonathan Miles and Amelia (Quiggle) Whitney. 5041 

12749:/ I. Clayton IVL Whitney, b. at Hampden, Ohio, 9 July 1866. 



Chil. of James Lyman and Lurena Frederika (Whitney) 

Batchelder. I 5044 

! 

12750 I. Minetta Elnora Batchelder, b. at Montville, Ohio, 24 Oct. 1S69. J 

I 
2751 II. Leona Lovcma Batchelder, b. at Montville, Ohio, 9 June 1872. 



Child of Dennis and Sarah Antoinette (Cillett) Holcomb. 

12752 J I. Arthur Holcomb, b. at Westfield, Mass., 14 Oct. 1S56; died ther 
[4 March 1S57, and was buried in Westfield Cemetery. 



12753 



Chil. of Julius Cervase and Mary Pamelia (Cillett) Veits. 
I. Henry Cervase Veits, b. at Westfield, Mass., 3 Jul)- 1S55. 



\o.y> 



5047 



2754! II. tieWy Agnes Veits, b. at Granby, Conn., 30 Sept. 1858; died at 
J East Granby, 4 Nov. i860, and was buried in Copper Hill Cemetery. 

^755 : III. Mary Florence Veits, b. at East Granby, Conn., iS Feb. 1868. 



1768 High th Gen o -a tio n . 



Chil. of William Nelson and Elizabeth Caroline (Rowley) Cillett. 504S 

12756 I. Frederick William Cillett, b. at West Sufficld, Conn., 20 Sept 
1S59. 

12757 II- Arthur Rowley Cillett, b. at West Sufficld, Conn., 16 Sept. 1861; 
died at West Suffield, 28 Jan. 1S63, and was buried there. 



Chil. of William Harrison and Sarah Celectia (Clark) Whitney. 

1275S I. Bina Annis Whitney, b. at Westfield, Mass., 28 May 1867. 

12759 ' II. Grace Eliza Whitney, b. at Westfield, Mass., 5 June 1S69. 



Chil. of James Sylvester and Annette Susan (Whitney) Sexton. 50^4 

. 12760 I. Julia Edith Sexton, twin, b. in Kellogg Street, Westfield Mass ' 

7 July 1870. 

\ 1 2761 II. Eva Sexton, twin, b. in Kellogg Street, Westfield, Mass., 7 July 

1S70; died 26 Aug. 1870, and was buried in Pine Hill Cemetery 
Westfield. 

12762 : III. Robert Whitney Sexton, b. in Kellogg Street, Westfield, Mass., J 
' 29 Feb. 1876; died at Westfield, S July 1876, and was buried there, in 
I Pine Hill Cemetery. 



Chil. of Sherman Enon and Mary Elvira (Whitney) Spencer. 5058 

12763 ' I. Mary Adelaide Spencer, b. at South Thompson, Ohio, 26 May 
:i8 5 S. 

j 12764 I II. Efifle Sophia Spencer, b. at South Thompson, Ohio, 5 Feb. 1S60; 
died there, 8 Ap. 1 868, and was buried at Thompson, Ohio. 

12765 III. Fremont Mathaniel Spencer, b. at South Thompson, Ohio, 19 

Dec. 1861; died there, 27 Sept. 1863, and was buried at Thompson, Ohio. 

; 12766 IV. Charles Sherman Spencer, b. at South Thompson, Ohio, 6 

Oct. 1863 ; died there, 12 Nov. 1S66, and was buried at Thompson, Ohio, j 



Whitney Family. 



1769 



12767 V. Emma Elvira Spencer, b. at South Thompson, Ohio, 21 Oct. 
1865. 

1276S VI. Milford Sherman Spencer, b. at South Thompson, Ohio, 26 
Nov. 1S67. 

12769. VII. Homer Miletus Spencer, b. at South Thompson, Ohio, 19 
June 1 S70. 

12770 VIII. Henry Korman Spencer, b. at South Thompson, Ohio, 19 
March 1872; died there, 24 Aug. 1S72, and was buried at Thompson, 
Ohio. 



Chil. of Hiram and Sophia Jane (Whitney) Turtle. 

12771 I. Ella Emeroy Tuttle, twin, b. at Chardon, Ohio, 17 June 1S60. 

12772 II. Emma Sophia Tuttle, twin, b. at Chardon, Ohio, 17 June 1S60; 
died at Chardon, 7 Aug. i860, and was buried there. 

! 

12773 : HI. Ida Tuttle, b. at Montville, Ohio, 14 March 1863. 

12774 i IV. Henry Tuttle, b. at Chardon, Ohio, 10 March 1S65. 

12775 I V. Minnie Tuttle, b. at Wauseca, Minn., 1 Aug. 1867. 

12776 J VI. Mary Tuttie, b. at Wauseca, Minn., 1 1 May 1S70. 
I 

12777 VII. Lilian Viola Tuttle, b. at Wauseca, Minn., 1 June 1872. 



12778 



Chil. of Justin Warriner and Emeroy Margaret (Whitney) Brewer. 
I. Frederick Benajah Brewer, b. at Hampden, Ohio, 2 Oct. 1S67 



[2779! II. Edith Elnora Brewer, b. at Hampden, Ohio, 24 Oct. 1869. 



12780 
1 278 1 



Chil. of VeitF iveritt and Florence Eliada (Broughton) Whitney. 

I. Martha Lurena Whitney, b. at Montville, Ohio, 26 July 1869. 

II. Lloyd Everitt Whitney, b. at Montville, Ohio, 16 Oct. 1S70. 



5060 



5065 



1770 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Anderson and Susan Maria (Rhodes) Basquin. 

; 12782 I. Ward Basquin, b. at Thompson, Ohio, 8 Julv 1S70. 

I 
127S3 , II. Frederick Basquin, b. at Thompson, Ohio, 13 Sept. 1S73. 



J07G 



12784 



Child of Herbert and Ada Lazotte (Rhodes) Skinner. 
I. Blanche Skinner, b. at Montville, Ohio, 3 Feb. 1872. 



Chil. of Charles Snow and Martha (Eaird) Crandall. 

12785 I. Charles Wheeler Crandall, b. at Schroeppel, N. Y., 4 Aug 

1841; died at Watertown, Wis., 2S Feb. 1849, and was buried in the old 
Watertown Cemetery. 
I 

12786 II. Lucie Catharine Crandall, b. at Elyria, Ohio, 30 Aug. 1S44. 

12787 ' III. Emma Margaret Crandall, b. at Watertown, Wis., 29 May 
1S46; died there, 23 Feb. 1S49, and was buried in the old Watertown 

j Cemetery. 

2788 IV. Clarence Charles Crandall, b. at Emmett, Wis., 4 Jan. 1S55. 



5077 



50S3 



127; 



12790 



Chil. of Erastus Washington and Julia (Baird) Foster 



5084 



I. Nancy Miranda Foster, b. 

dead in 1S74. 



20 Nov. 183S; was supposed to be 



II. Erastus Washington Foster, b. 11 March 1841; enlisted under 
the name of Henry Foster, in the 75th Reg. of N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry 
was taken prisoner at Port Hudson, marched to Richmond, and after great 
suffering in Southern prisons, was paroled. He was at Bermuda Hundred, 
27 Jul}- 1S64, and was afterward with Gen. Sheridan in his battles before 
Richmond, and was in the retreat when Gen. Sheridan made his memora- 
ble ride. In this campaign, he was again captured, and was detained in 
Southern prisons, until released at Savannah, Georgia, when Gen. Sherman 
reached that city. He was reported dead in 1874. 

12791 III. Lucie Foster, b. 9 June 1843 I was supposed to be dead in 1S74. 






Whitney Family. 



Chil. of Joseph B. and Caroline Irena (Buttles) Coleman. 

12792 I. Leroy Coleman, b. at Pike, Penn., 29 Sept. 1S4S; a dealer in hard- 
ware; married at Le Raysville, Penn., by Rev. Stephen Ehvell, Methodist 
Episcopal, 2$ Jul)- 1872, to Hulda Reynolds; and lived at Le Raysville in 
1S73. 

12793 II. William Worth Coleman, b. at Pike, Penn., 25 Ap. 1S50; died 
there, 16 Ap. 1S70, and was buried at East Herrick, Penn. 

12794 III. Violetta Estella Coleman, b. at Pike, Penn., 2 June 1852; died 
there, 1 Oct. 1S54, and was buried at East Herrick, Penn. 

12795 IV. Mary Avilda Coleman, b. at Pike, Penn., 6 Ap. 1S54. 

12796 V. Joseph Madison Coleman, b. at Pike, Penn., 10 May 1S56. 

12797 VI. Myrtle Irena Coleman, b. at Pike, Penn., 2S March 1S62. 



[7 7 I 

5093 



12799 

12800 
12S01 

12802 

12803 
! 12804 



Chil. of Myron Perry and Betsey Adeliza (Buttles) Meracle. 

I. Erastus Everett Meracle, b. at Herrick, Penn., 12 Jan. 1S52; 
married at Muncy, Penn., 30 Oct. 1S73. in the Methodist Episcopal par 
sonage, by Rev. Mr. Mifiier, to Mary Ann Barto, of Clarksville, Penn., who 
was born at Muncy, 11 Dec. 1S59, d.m. of John and Catharine (Conrad) 
Barto. They dwelt at Huntersville, Penn., in 1S74. 

II. Eunice Lucetta Meracle, b. at Herrick, Penn., 1 March 1S53; 
died at Terrytown, Penn., 12 Oct. 1S54. 

III. Leonie Antoinette Meracle, b. at Durell, Penn., 6 Nov. 1838. 

IV. Myron Perry Meracle, b. at Terry, Penn., 1 March 1S60; died 
12 March 1S60, and was buried at New Era, Penn. 

V. Elnora Ellen Meracle, b. at Terry, Penn., 6 Jan. 1S64; died 
there, S Aug. 1871, and was buried at Xew Era, Penn. 

VI. Joseph Meracle, b. at Terry, Penn., 7 Sept. 1865. 

VII. Effie Irena Meracle, b. at Terry, Penn., 22 June 1866. 



5094 



1772 






Eighth ( feneration. 



12805 J VIII. Caroline Meracle, b. at Terry, Perm., 1 Jan. 1S69; died there, 
14 July 1S69, and was buried at New Era, Penn. 



12806 
1 2807 



t28o8 



12809 

12810 

12811 



12812 



12813 



12814 

12S15 



IX. Jonathan Buttles Meracle, b. at Terry, Penn., 6 Nov. 1S70. 

X. Mary Avilda Meracle, b. at Shrewsbury, Penn., 22 March 1S72. 



Child of Thomas Madison and Mary Jane (Waring) Buttles. 
I. Myrtle Avilda Buttles, b. at New Era, Penn., 1 1 June 1S66. 

Chil. of Salmon and Mercy Ann (Waring) Buttles. 

I. Caroline Louisa Buttles, b. at New Era, Penn., 8 Dec. 1864; 
died at New Era, 20 March 1866, and was buried there. 

II. Bertha Angeline Buttles, b. at New Era, Penn., 18 Feb. 1SG7. 

III. Emma Achsah Buttles, b. at New Era, Penn., 21 Sept. 1870; 
died at New Era, 19 July 1S71, and was buried there. 



509S 



Child of John C. and Mary Angeline (Buttles) Dyer. 
I. Albert Leroy Dyer, b. at New Era, Penn., 13 Feb. 1SG8. 

Child of Marvin Stephen and Dorothea (Dugro) Buttles. 

I. Marvin Dugro Buttles, b. at 41 St. Mark's Place, New York, 
Sept. 1870. 



Chil. of Lewis and Lucy Jano (Buttles) Hunt. 

I. Lilian Mary Hunt, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 16 June 1S66. 

II. Alice Cynthia Hunt, b. at Newark Valley, N. Y., 9 Oct. 1S67. 



510: 



// liitney Family. 



T 7 



Child of William Riley and Francos Theresa (Webster) Buttles. 
12S16 I. Dorothea Argall Butties, b. at Nichols, N. V., 29 Dec. 1S69. 



1 28 1 7 



2S19 



Chil. of Henderson Ward and Alice Mary (Webster) Buttles. 

I. Gertrude Middleton Buttles, b. at Nichols, N. Y., 12 Ap. 1S65; 
died at 41 St. Mark's Place, New York, 2 Jan. 1S6S, and was buried in lot 
65, Hope Cemetery, Newark Valley, N. Y. 

Buttles, a son, b. at 41 St. Mark's Place, New York, 14 



5104 



Sept. 1870; died on the same day, aged four hours, and was buried near 
his sister. 



III. 



Buttles, a son, b. at 41 St. Mark's Place, New York, in 



Oct. 1875 ; died soon after birth, and was buried near his sister, 12 Oct. 
1S75. 



Child of Jonathan and Lucy Ann (Buttles) Hess. 

I. Frederick Hess, b. at Halsey Valley, N. Y., 12 March 1S64. 

Child of Johnson and Lucy Ann (Buttles) Rumsey. 

II. Jonathan Rumsey, b. at Halsey Valley, N.Y., 16 Sept. 1869. 



5105 



Chil. of Freeman Wesley and Sarah Jane (Buttles) Van Marter. 

12522 I. Freeman Wesley Van Marter, twin, b. at Barton, N. Y., 21 
March 1866; died at Barton, 4 Ap. 1871, and was buried there, in the 

j Halsey Valley Cemetery. 

12523 II. Frederick Willis Van barter, twin, b. at Barton, N. Y., 21 

! March 1866; died 25 March 1 SG6, and was buried at Barton, in the Halsey 
j Valley Cemetery. 

12824 III. Amy Annie Van barter, b. at Barton, N. Y., 1 July 1871. 



1774 



Eighth Generation. 



Child of Robert and Margaret Ann (Hauver) Snell. 

[2S25 I. Samuel Bonce Sedgwick Snell, b. at Owego, X. Y., 25 Doc. 

1865. 



Chil. of Charles Wesley and Martha C (Smith) Hauver. 

12526 I. Clara Belle Hauver, b. at Owego, X. Y., 5 March 1S69. 

12527 II. John Kenry Hauver, b. at Owego, X. Y., iS July 1871. 
12S2S III. Frank Hauver, b. at Owego, X. Y., 21 Dec. 1S73. 



Chil. of Nelson and Emma Jane (Hauver) Cotiner. 
12829 I I. Charles Nelson Ccdner, b. at Owego, N. Y., 24 Jan. 1867. 
:283c- ; II. John Albert Codner, b. at Owego, X. Y., 16 Sept. 1868. 
2S31 III. Edgar L. Codner, b. at Owego, X. Y., 30 Oct. 1S70. 

12832 IV. Alice Elnora Codner, b. at Owego, X. Y., 20 Feb. 1873. 



Chil. of Charles Vinton and Lucie Elvira (Hauver) Prince. 

12S33 ; I. Edna Glencora Prince, b. at Windham, Penn., 24 Aug. 1S6S; 
died on the same day, and was buried at Tyrrel Hill, in Windham. 

12834 II. Charles Vernon Vinton Prince, b. at Tyrrel Hill, Windham, 
Penn., 13 July 1S69. 



5H3 



5114 



Chil. of Gamaliel and Polly (Northrop) Smith. 



SIl8 



12835 ; I- Marietta Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2S July 1S14; married 19059 
I there, 10 Oct. 1S32, by Rev. Charles Grandison Selleck, Congregational, 
to Lewis Stebbins Seymour, a shoemaker and farmer, who was born at 
Wilton, Conn., 28 Aug. 1S10, son of Samuel and Hiiletje ' (Stebbins) 

■ "Abigail and Heligee Daugh. of Xeh. Stebins" were bap. at South Salem, N". V.. 14 May 1S00. 



Whitney Family 






1775 



Seymour. They settled at North Wilton, where she died 14 July 1841. 
She was buried in the Old Cemetery at Wilton. He married (2d) 20 Feb. 
1842, Sarah Ann Gray, who was born at Ridgefield, iS Ap. iSl2, dau. of 
Lockwood and Polly (Rigg?) Gray, and widow, successively, of Hiram and 
Levi Roberts, brothers. They were living at North Wilton in Jan. 1S75. 
I She had no children by her first two husbands. 

!836 II. Sarah Clark Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2 Sept. 1S16; married 
there, 19 March 1837, by Rev. Jaeob Lyman Clark, Episcopal, to Walter 
Chichester Quintard, a dealer in hardware, who was born at South 
'; Norwalk, Conn., 14 Jan. 1816, son of James and Sarah (Chichester)' 
: Quintard. They lived, for about two years, at New Canaan, Conn.; then 
settled at South Norwalk, and were living there in Nov. 1S73. 

>S37 HI. Laura Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2S March 1819. 



19064 



:283s 



IV. Elizabeth Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 17 June 1821; married 
there, 26 Feb. 1843, by Rev. Warner Hoyt, Episcopal, to John Barlow 
Smith, a harness-maker, son of David and Hannah (Barlow) Smith, of 
Ridgefield, where he was born 31 Aug. 1S20. They settled at Carmel, 
N.Y.; where he died, 15 Ap. 1S74, and was buried. She returned, in Sept. 
1S74, to Ridgefield, and was living there in June 1S77. 



V. Harriet Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 



May 182 



i 12840; VI. Daniel Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 July 1S26. 

12841 ■ VII. John Eetts Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 2 Ap. 1829; a shoe- 

maker; married at Ridgefield, 23 Nov. 1S59. by Rev. William Henry 
Williams, rector of St. Stephen's Church, to Elizabeth Olmstaad, whose 
' parents, David Whitney and Emily (Grumman) Olmstead, then lived at 
West Lane, Ridgefield, where she was born 21 Feb. 1833. They settled 
at West Lane, and were living there in June 1S77. 

12842 VIII. Emily Augusta Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 1 Ap. 1833; 
married there, 12 Nov. 1S56. by Rev. William Henry Williams, Episcopal, 
to Jared Nash, a shoemaker and farmer, son of Charles and Roxa (Keeler) 

I Nash, of Ridgefield, where he was born 17 Feb. 1S25. They settled at 
\ Ridgefield, where she still lived in June 1S77, he having died there 7 Aug. 
1870. 



i2S 4 3 



17466 
101 19 



19066 
2172 



19067 



Chil. of Henry and Anna (Rockwell) Smith. (2417 

I. Lucy Ann Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 15 Dec. 1S19; married 19069 



1776 



Eighth Generation. 



there, 7 Oct. 183S, by Rev. Mr. Wheeler, Episcopal, to Jacob Thomas 
Haviland.a teacher, surveyor and builder, son of Jacob 1 and Sarah (Reed) 
Ilaviland, of Ridgefield, where he was born 29 June 1 S 1 1. They dwelt at 

I Ridgefield till 1855 ; at New York City till 1S55 ; and settled, 4 July 1855, 

"at Bristol, Ind., where they were still living in Ap. 1S77. 

2S44 II. Sarah Esther Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 20 Nov. 1821; 660:) 

married there, 26 Sent. 1S41, Charles Olmstcad, son of Henry and Eleanor 21 03 
(Burr) Olmstcad. See his record. 



12845 



12846 



III. William Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 Aug. 1S23; a boot- 
maker; married Elizabeth Miller, who was born at Poundridge, N. Y.; 
and settled at New Rochelle, N. Y., where she died. He married (2d) 
Hannah Fields Lawrence, who was born at New York City ; and was 
' living at Brooklyn, N. Y., in March 1877, having been, for several years, 
engaged in the tobacco trade. 



[ 907 



IY. Gamaliel Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 24 July 1S25 ; a car- 
penter ; married Martha Hayes, and, after her death, her sister, Jane 
Hayes; settled at Fairfield, Conn., and was living there in Ap. 1877. 



1907 



12847 V. Henry Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 3 Oct. 1827; a hatter; 
married at Newtown, Conn., 13 Oct. 1S51, Ann Jennett Crofut, dau. of 
Russell and Ann (Peck) Crofut, of Newtown, where she was born 7 Nov. 
1S32. After dwelling at Danbury, Bethel, Newtown, and Norwalk, Conn., 

j they returned to Ridgefield, where they lived for seven years ; then set- 
| tied, 28 Feb. 1863, at Orange, N. J., and still resided there in Ap. 1S77. 
I 

12848 YI. Samuel Andross Smith, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 12 May 
1S30; a farmer; married at Southeast, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1854, Mary Augusta 
Bailey, dau. of Samuel and Mercy (Birdsall) Bailey, of Coldspring, N. Y. 
She was born at Southeast, 16 July 1S33. He dwelt at Brewster's Station, 
N. Y., from 27 March 1S52 till 23 Ap. 1S63; then settled at Mount 

j Pleasant, N. Y., and was living there in May 1877. 

12849 ' VII. George Gatiin Smith, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 30 Oct. 1S32 ; 
; a carriage-maker; lived at Danbury, Conn.; enlisted in Co. A, 5th Reg. of 

Conn. Yol. Infantry; served for two years, until discharged for disability ; 
died at Bristol, Indiana, 25 Dec. 1872, from disease contracted in the army! 
and was buried there in the Episcopal Cemetery. He did not marry. 
! 

12850 VIII. Daniel Smith, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 27 Feb. 1835; lived 
j at Ridgefield, Conn., with his father, in May 1877. 



lie w.„ lorn at 1\ 



hi, wile at sali-l.urv, Conn. 



I9086 



Whitney Family 



1777 



12851 IX. Phebe Elmina Smith, b. at Ridgeficld, Conn., 29 June 1839; 
lived at Cross River, N. V., unmarried, in May 1877. 



Chil. of Samuel and Lucy (Smith) Clark. 

12852 I. Sarah Smith Ciark, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 4 Ap. 1815; died 
there, 31 July 1 S 16, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

12S53 II. Jane Ann Clark, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 29 Aug. 1817; married 
there, 30 Oct. 1844, by Rev. Warner Hoyt, Episcopal, to William Webb, a 
farmer, who was born at Wilton, Conn., 8 Oct. 1809, son of Jared and 
Hannah (Scofield) Webb, of Wilton. They settled at Upper Nod, North 
i Wilton, and were living there in July 1873. His first wife was Mary Ann 
: Fitch, of the seventh generation; his children, therefore, belong in two 
generations See her record. 

12854 HI. Gideon Foster Clark, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 4 March 1S19; a 
'mariner; married at Philadelphia, Penn., Elizabeth Wardell; died at Jersey 
Citv, N. J., 1 March 1867, without children, and was buried in the Smith 
family-cemetery, at Ridgefield. His widow went to California. He 
enlisted in the U. S. Navy about 1S59, and served till the end of the war 
of 1 861. 



9088 



1856 



2855 



IV. Charles Augustus Clark, b. at New York City, 10 Ap. 1821; 
a carpenter; married at Wilton, Conn., 8 Dec. 1843, Am y Dauchy, who was 
born at Ridgefield, Conn., in 1825, dau. of Calvin Dauchy. They lived at 
Ridgefield, Reading, Westport and Wilton, in Conn.; and removed to 
Spring Dale, Wis., and Kosendale, Wis., in 1865. She died at Spring 
Dale, 31 Aug. 1S69. He returned to Norwalk, Conn,, in the Spring of 
1870, and married (2d) at Wilton, 25 July 1870, Harriet Lucretia Webb, 
who was born at North Wilton, 19 Jan. 1836, only child of William and 
Mary Ann (Fitch) Webb, of North Wilton. They were living at Norwalk 
in Nov. 1874. 



19091 



Chil. of Samuel and Henrietta (Hurlbutt) Smith. 5122 

12S56 I. Phebe Ann Smith, b. at Great Harrington, Mass., 4 Feb. 1S21; 
and was living with her brother, Edward Hurlbutt Smith, at Ridgefield, 
Conn., in July 1873, unmarried. 

12857! II. Charlotte Smith, b. at Westport, Conn., 30 Aug. 1S22; married 19094 



1778 



Eighth Generation. 



at Wilton, Conn., iS Jan. 1846, John Edward Comstock, a farmer and 
shoemaker, who was born at Wilton in 1822, son of William and Sarah 
(Keeler) Comstock. They settled at Wilton, where she died 22 Feb. 
, 1S56. 

5858 III. Samuel Clark Smith, b. at Westport, Conn., 27 July 1824; a 

commercial traveller; married at Bedford, X. V., 21 Nov. 1S47, Hannah 
Webb, of Ridgefield, born in 1827, dau. of Epenetus and Charlotte Webb. 
She died at Bridgeport, Conn., 10 Ap. 1863, and was buried in the Smith 
family-cemetery at Ridgefield. He married (2d) at Greenwich, Conn., in 
Aug. 1S63, Sarah Davis, who was born a*, Milford, Conn., dau. of Andrew 
Jackson and Harriet Elizabeth (Ford) Davis, and widow of Miles Clark. 
They resided at 134 East 12th Street, New York; and removed, 1 Aug. 
1S73, to 6S Howe Street, Xew Haven, Conn. 



2859 IV. James Smith, b. 

port, 20 Ap. iXjG, and wa. 



it Westport, Conn., 5 Ap. 1826; died at West- 
buried there. 



V. Edward Hurlbutt Smith, b. at Westport, Conn., 27 Dec. 1827; 
a manufacturer of shirts; married at Wilton, Conn., 12 Dec. 1849, Delia 
Jane Gregory, dau. of Lewis Partrick and Maria (Dikeman) Gregory, of 
Wilton, where she was born 1 1 Ap. 1828. He has lived for three years at 
Mobile, Ala.; six years at Xew York City; ten years at Wilton; and then 
moved to Ridgefield, Conn., where they were still living in Dec. 1S74. He 
represented the town of Ridgefield in the Legislature of Conn., in [S59 
and 1S73; and has been, for several years, a vestry-man of St. Stephen's 
parish, in Ridgefield. 



19099 



Chil. of Benjamin and Eliza (Smith) Seymour. 5123 

I. Daniel Smith Seymour, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 23 Feb. 1S20; 19102 
j a carpenter; married at Ridgefield, 29 Nov. 1843, Harriet Elizabeth Bouton, 
who was born there, 2 July 1822, dau. of James and Pamelia (Montgomery) 
j Bouton. After a short residence at Ridgefield and Wilton, they settled at 
: New Canaan, Conn.; and were living there in July 1873. 

1862 j II. William Henry Seymour, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 20 Feb. 19106 
1823; a farmer and shoemaker; married at Wilton, 6 July 1843, Mary 
Benedict, born at Ridgefield, Conn., 12 May 1S24, ' dau. of Ezra and Maria 
1 (Dreamer) Benedict. They settled at Wilton, and were living there in 
Oct. 1873. 

'The Benedict Genealogy, p. 191, says 15 May 1S25. 



Whitney Family 



l 779 



12863 III. Jane Elizabeth Seymour, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 7 March 
182;; married at her father's house in Nod district, North Wilton, 6 Oct. 
1852, Ceorge Jackson Jennings, a shoemaker and farmer, born at Ridge- 
field, Conn., 2 Oct. 1S31, son of Orrin Sanders and Mary Ann (Partrick) 
Jennings. They settled at North Wilton, and were living there in Oct. 
1S73. Me served for nine months in the war of 1S61. 

12864 IV. [ra C. Seymour, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 9 Feb. 1830; a 
i carpenter and builder; married at Port Chester, N. Y., 22 Dec. 1S52. by 

Rev. D. Wilson, Baptist, to Harriet Jane Knapp, born at Stamford, Conn., 
3 Oct. 1833, dau. of William Henry and Delia Ann (Bell) Knapp. They 
settled at Stamford. He died at Wilton, 28 Jan. 1S58, and was buried 
there. She married (2d) 31 Oct. i860, Charles Conley, and was living at 
Stamford in Oct. 1873. 



Chil. of Orman and Phebe (Smith) Broadway. 

12S65 I. Phebe Ann Broadway, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 6 March 1824; 
J married at Stamford, Conn., 4 Oct. 1841, Charles Peck, a banker, son of 
Thomas and Mary (Mosier) Peck, of Greenwich, Conn., where he was born 
in 181 8. They settled at New York City, and were living there in Nov. 
1S73, without children. He has been president of the Mechanics and 
Traders Bank, corner of the Bowery and Houston Street, New York. 

;S66 II. William Henry Broadway, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 14 Nov. 1S25; | 
I a grocer; married at Stamford, Conn., 29 Oct. 1856, Caroline Rosena 

Leeds, dau. of Charles Thorp and Hannah (Hoyt) Leeds, of Stamford, 
! where she was born iS Jan. 1829. They were living at Stamford in Nov. 

1S73, without children. 



[2S67 



III. Smith Broadway, b. at New York City, 27 Sept. 1827; a carpenter 
and farmer; married in the Bethesda Bapti-t Church, Stamford, Conn., 4 
Nov. 1S50, by the pastor, Rev. H. H. Rou^e, to Sarah Elizabeth Knapp, 
who was born at Stamford, 25 Aug. 1S31, dau. of William Henry and 
Delia (Bell) Knapp. They moved, about 1856, to Bluftton, Iowa; and, 
after three or four years, returned to Stamford, and settled at Long Ridge, 
where they were still living in Nov. 1S73. 



>868 IV. Sarah Broadway, b. at New York City, 8 Sept. 1829; died there, 
in Spring Street, 12 June 1830, and was buried "between Second and 
I Stanton Streets, in the second block east of the Bowerv." 



5124 



I9H4 



[780 Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Matthias and Sarah Whitney (Smith) Comstock. 5 I 26 

12869 I. Charles Austin Comstock, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 14 Nov. 191 23 
I 1 S30 ; married at North Wilton, Conn., 25 Jan. 1852, Petsey Tuttle 

Seymour, who was born at Wilton, 10 June [833, dau. of Lewis Stebbins 19059 
and Marietta (Smith) Seymour. Sec her record. lie died at North 
j Wilton, 15 Oct. 1853, and was buried in the Smith Cemetery, at Ridge- 
field. She married (2d) at North Wilton, 29 May 1855, Stephen Benedict 
Birchard. 

12870 II. Ann Lois Comstock, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 21 Jan. 1835 ; 19124 
married at Wilton. Conn., 7 Feb. 1855, Henry Scofleld, a minister of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, son of Ezra and Elizabeth (Clock) Scofleld, 

of Darien, Conn., where he was born 1 Feb. 1824. He was admitted on 
trial in the New York East Conference, in May 1855, and stationed at 
I East Bridgeport, Conn.: removed to Westbrook, Conn., June 1856; was 
\ received in full connection, and ordained deacon, in Ap. 1857 ; removed to 
Killingworth, Conn., Ap. 1S5S ; ordained elder, Ap. 1859; removed to East 
; Granby, Conn., Ap. i860; to West Granby, Conn., Ap. 1862 ; to Heasant 
Valley, Conn., Ap. 1864 ; to Poundridge, N. Y., Ap. 1867; to City Island, 
N. Y., Ap. 1S70; and, in Ap. 1873, to Nichols' Farms, in Trumbull, Conn., 
where they were still living in Jan. 1S74. 

12871 111. Gatharino Jane Comstock, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 27 191 27 
May 1836; married there, 13 June 1859, by Rev. Henry Scofield, Metho- 
dist Episcopal, to David Farman Cole, a carpenter, son of Eben Squire and 
Fanny (Patchen) Cole, of Weston, Conn., where he was born 29 Aug. 

1S39. They settled at Weston ; removed to Norwalk, Conn., in Ap. 1S68 ; 
and, in Ap. 1872, returned to Weston, where they were living in Jan. 
1874. 

12872 IV. Moses Comstock, b. at North Wilton, Conn., G Oct. 1S37; a 
farmer; was living on the farm where he was born, in Jan. 1874, unmarried. 
He enlisted at Wilton, 29 Aug. 1862, in Co. 1-:, 23d Reg. of Conn. Volun- 

j teers, and served fourteen months. 

12873 V. Richard Watson Comstock, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 2 Jan. 19130 
1839; a farmer; married at the residence of his brother-in-law, Rev. 
Henry Scofield, the officiating clergyman, 8 Feb. 1861, to Hannah 
Augusta St. John, born at Weston, Conn., 20 Jan. 1840, dau. of Jonathan 

1 Camp and Laura (Lockwood) St. John. They lived for a year with her 
father; then went west, arriving at Sharon, Mich., 8 May 1862; and were 
' living there in Jan. 1874. 

12S74 VI. Marietta Comstock, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 29 Ap. 1842; 19133 



/ 



Whitney Family 



married there, in Ap. 1871, Jchn Lounsbury Codfroy, a wire-weaver, born 
at Wilton, 30 Aug. 1841, son of Elias Pillow and Matilda (Godfrey) 
Godfrey. He enlisted at Wilton, 29 Aug. 1862, in Co. E, 23d Reg. of 
Conn. Vol. Infantry, and served for fourteen months. 

12875 VII. Samuel Matthias Comstock, b. at North Wilton, Conn., 24 
Jan. 1845; and was still a resident of Wilton in Jan. 1874, having been for 
several years employed as a teacher at Weston, Conn. lie has served, for 
two years, as one of the school-visitors of Wilton; and represented that 
1 town in the legislature of Connecticut in 1872. 



Child of Daniel and Catharine (Smith) Sholes. 

12876: I. Daniel Smith Sholes, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 27 Nov. 1839; a 
I manufacturer of shirts; lived at Bridgeport, Conn., from 1S60 to 1865, and 
\ then returned to Ridgefield; married at New Canaan, Conn., 14 Oct. 1S74, 

Elizabeth Talmadge, of New Canaan. They were living at Ridgefield in 

Nov. 1S74. 



12877 
12878 
12879 
12S80 
1 288 1 



12882 
12883 
12884 
12S85 
1 2886 



Chil. of Charles and Roxa (Lewis) Smith. 

I. Samuel Andrews Smith. 

II. Sarah Smith. 

III. John Smith. 

IV. Smith. 

V. Smith. 



I 78 I 



Chil. of David and Mary (Jones) Smith. 

I. alary Smith. 

II. David Smith. 

III. William Smith, died of small-pox, at New York City, unmarried. 

IV. Sarah Smith. 

V. Catharine Smith, married in Texas. 



5127 



5128 



5I30 



1782 


Eighth Generation. 






Chil. of Charles and Polly (Smith) Marvin. 


513' 


12887 


I. John Marvin, b. at Tarn town, N. Y.; lived at Athens, N. Y.; died 
at Albany, N. V. 




I28S8 


II. Smith Marvin, b. at Tarrytown, N. Y.; and lived in Ohio, with 
his grandfather. 




1 2S89 


III. Amanda fVSarvin, b. at Tarrytown, N. Y., 1 1 May 1820; married 
at Athens, N. Y., 13 Oct. 1835, Ceorge Baker, a farmer, son of Josiah 
Baker, of Cairo, N. Y., where he was born in 1810. They dwelt at Cairo 
for seventeen years, and in 1852 moved to Durham, N. Y., where they 
were living in Oct. 1874. 


[9134 




Child of John and Sarah (Smith) Julia. 


5.3. 


12S90 


I. Sarah Julia, died in infancy, before the death of her mother. 






Chil. of Hezekiah and Betsey (Smith) Pearsall. 


5.33 


12891 


I Fanny Pearsall. 




12892 


II. Wiiliam Pearsall. 




12893 


Ill Charles Pearsall. 


5134 


Chil. of James and Abigail (Smith) Gregory. 


12894 


I. Charles Gregory, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 27 Nov. 1S19; a carpenter; 
died of consumption, 19 Oct. 1858, in the house of his brother, Edwin 
Gregory, at Bedford, N. Y., and was buried at Bedford. He married and 
had children, but their records have not been obtained. 




12S95 


II. Eliza Ann Gregory, b. at Carmel, N. Y, S Nov. 1S21 ; married at 
Patterson, N. Y., I Nov. 1843, William Nickerson, a stone-layer, son of 
Scth and Jane (J.aycox) Nickerson, of Patterson, where he was born 10 Oct. 
1824. They settled at Patterson, and were living there in Nov. 1873. 


19142 


12896 


IIP Francis Gregory, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1S23; a painter; 
served in Co. P, 38th Reg. of N. Y. S. Vols., in the war of 1S61; and died, 
from disease, while in the service. 





Whitney Family 



■78. 



2897 IV. Edwin Gregory, b. at Carmel, N. Y , 18 Feb. 1828; a carpenter; 19147 
married Augusta Squires; married (2d) Eliza Williams, who was born 15 
June 1835, and died 20 Feb. 1 863 ; married (3d), 6 Sept. 1863, Ann 
Augusta Zarr, who was born 15 June 1842, and died at Bedford, N. Y., 4 
Ap. 1875. He died at Bedford, three miles south-east of Bedford Station, 
11 Ap. 1S73. 



12898 



12899 



V. James Gregory, b. at Carmel, N. V., 29 Dec. 1829; a miller, and 
a minister of the Baptist Church; married at Southeast, N. Y., 10 May 
1851, Susan Kniffen, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Lockwood) Kniffen, of 
Somers, N. Y., where she was born 31 March 1836. They dwelt first at 
Carmel; went, in 1853, to Union Valley, in the same town; removed, in 
1856, to East Fishkill, X. Y.; and, in 1S73, settled at Clove Branch Junc- 
tion, in the same town, where they were still living in March 1875. He 
enlisted at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 4 Jan. 1864, in Co. A, 1 6th Keg., X. Y. S. 
Heavy Artillery; and was discharged 23 June [865, having taken part in 
the battles of Bermuda, Dutch Gap, Petersburgh, Chapin's Farm, from 
Fort Fisher to Wilmington, before Richmond, and Laurel Hill. He was 
appointed chaplain, and served for four months in the hospitals at Wil- 
mington and Smithville; was afterward appointed a member of the U. S. 
Christian Commission, and returned to Wilmington and Smithville, where 
he remained in the hospital service, for two months longer. He was 
ordained in the Baptist Church at Blue Point, Long Island, X. Y., 14 
Feb. 1 87 1. 

VI. Alvin Gregory, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 1 July 1S31; a shoemaker, 
teacher and trader; married at Croton Falls, X. Y., Mary Mekeel ; and 
settled at Croton Falls. He was a soldier in the war of 1 861, and died in 
the service. His widow lived at Xorwalk, Conn., in Nov. 1873, 



9' 54 



Child of Jacob and Fanny (Smith) Courcey. 



2900 I. James Courcey, died at Athens, X. Y., soon after his mother': 
death. 



Child of Alba and Abigail (Scott) Cilbert. 

I. John Scott Gilbert, b. at Wilton, Conn., 28 Ap. 1S17; an attorney 
[and counsellor at law; grad. at Union College, X. Y., in 1836, and at Dane 
! Law School, Cambridge, Mass., in 1839; settled, in 1840, at Shreveport, 
. La., where he gained a lucrative practice, and was twice (2 June [846, and 
; 10 Feb. 1848) appointed District Attorney for the 17th Judicial District of 



[9160 



5135 



19161 



1 784 



Eighth Generation. 



12902 



12903 



Louisiana. He was married, 3 March 1 841, at New York City, by Rev. 
James Milnor, D.D., rector of St. George's Church, to Lucy Augusta Pond, 
who was born at Addison, Vt, 22 Juno 1821, dau. of Sylvester and Almira 
(Wright) Pond. They dwelt at Shreveport till 1S54. ' He died at Green- 
wood, La., 25 Oct 1854; was buried in Shreveport Cemetery; and, in 
1S55, was removed to the Tarry town Cemetery, N. Y. "He was an 
accomplished gentleman, and a singularly honest lawyer, always declining 
to undertake any case, except to right a wrong, defend the innocent, or 
expose and punish the guilt}-." He was, in 1846, elected to the Legislature 
of Louisiana; was authorized by Gen. Gaines, 16 May 1S46, to raise a 
regiment, or a battalion, of men for service in the Mexican war; was com- 
missioned aide-de-camp, with rank of colonel, 1 June 1846, and served till 
the close of the war: received a commission as brigadier-general of the 
Fifth Brigade, Louisiana Militia, 24 March 1S48, to serve for five years; 
and was appointed by the Governor of Louisiana, 23 June 1853, a delegate- 
at-large, to represent the State at the New York Exhibition of the Industry 
of all Nations. His widow was living at Glen's Fails, N. Y., in Feb. 1S75, 
with her daughter, Mrs. Lucy Pond (Gilbert) Olin, 



Child of Samuel and Hannah (Kanford) Scott. 



I. Hanford Scott, b. at Wilton, Conn., 2 March 1S22; a farmer; 
married at Wilton, 18 Sept. 1844, Ann Elizabeth Olmstead, who was 
born at New York City, 9 March 1S23, dau. of John S. and F.lizabeth 
(Clark) Olmstead. She died at Wilton, 15 May 1871, and was buried in 
Titicus Cemetery, Ridgefield, Conn. He married (2d) at Port Chester, 
N. Y., 3 Jan. 1S72, Harriet Elizabeth Partrick, who was born at Norvvalk, 
Conn., 29 July 1839, dau - of Henry and Betsey (Follett) Partrick. He 
was living on the homestead of his father, at North Wilton, in July 1873; 
■ having formerly been a wholesale dealer in tobacco and liquors at New 
York City. 



5139 

19165 



Chil. of Asher and Betsey (Scott) Gilbert. 

I. Herman Smith Gilbert, b. at Carmel, N. Y., 27 July 1827; died 
there, 17 Dec. I 830, according to the Scott family-record, while his grave- 
1 stone in Titicus Cemetery, Ridgefield, Conn., says 16 Dec. 1830. 



5140 



12904 II. Joseph Kenry Gilbert, b. at Carmel, N.Y., 2S Ap. 1830; a 19166 

jeweller; married at Norwalk, Conn., 20 Sept. 1S52, Martha Piatt, who 
Was born at Norwalk, 11 Jan. 1836, dau. of Alfred Merrill and Harriet 



Whitney Family 



(Smith) Piatt, of the Norwalk part of Silver Mine District. They were 
living at Port Chester, N. Y., in Dec. 1873. 



Chil. of Elias and Hannah (Smith) Palmer. 

1 1 2904.1 ■ I. Edmund Brown Palmer, b. at Ridgebury, Conn.. 13 Nov. 183 1 ; 
J died at New York City, iS Any. 1S35, and was buried at Ridgebury. 

129041, II. William Smith Palmer, b. at Ridgebury, Conn., 6 Feb. 1834; 
, died at New York City, 14 Feb. 1845, anc l was buried at Ridgebury. 

12904c III. Francis Henry Palmer, b. at New York City, 25 March 1S37; 
died there, 15 Sept. 1S55, and was buried at Ridgebury, Conn. 

12904a' IV. Harriet Elizabeth Palmer, b. at New York City, 15 Dec. 1S41. 

12904/ V. William Edmund Palmer, b. at New York City, 25 Sept. 1S44; 
married at Ridgebury, Conn., 29 Now 1S76, Estella Todd, dau. of Charles 
and Mary Ann (Knapp) Todd. They were living at Ridgebury in Sept. 
1877. 



I785 



(2905 



12906! 



Child of John and Polly (Deforest) Conley. 
I. Seth Coniey, lived, it is said, at Greenwich. Conn. 



12908 



Chil. of John E. and Betsey (Gregory) Studwell. 

I. Richard Studwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; married Emily Brown; 

and settled at New York City, where they were still living in 1873. He- 
was then employed in the freight-department of the New York and New 
Haven Railroad Co., lived in Allen Street, and had one child, who has 
since died. 

II. Sarah Studwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; died there, and was 
buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

III. Mary Jane Studwell, b. at Ridgefield, Conn.; was living with 
her brother, at New York City, in 1S73. 



5 '43 



5'49 



515S 



1786 



Eighth Generation. 



Chil. of Ceorgo Nelson and Elizabeth (Jahne) Mead. 



5160 



12909 ! I. Charles Henry Mead, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 21 Nov. 1S34; died 
i there, 27 Oct. 1840, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

12910 ' II. George Lewis Mead, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 17 Jan. 1837; died 

there, 29 Dec. 1S37, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

1291 1 III. George Lewis Mead, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 24 Aug. 183S; an 
! officer in the U. S. Navy; married at Acra, in Cairo, N. Y., 26 Aug. 1863, 

Fidelia Elizabeth White, dau. of James and Cornelia (Wooster) White, of 
Acra, where she was born 19 March 1844- He died, without children, at 
Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 26 Nov. 1872; was first buried in Lone 
Mountain Cemetery, and in the Spring of 1873, was removed to Brooklyn, 
and buried in Greenwood Cemetery. She was living with his father, at 
170 Amity Street, Brooklyn, in Feb. 1875. The following is the official 
account of his service from his entering the navy to his decease: 

"Entering in August 1861, he was appointed paymaster's clerk on the 
supply-steamer Connecticut, serving on the coast from New York to Texas. 
Received a commission as acting assistant-paymaster, 11 Sept. 1862, and 
was ordered to the Mississippi River for duty on the store-ship Sovereign. 
Was detached in the Summer of 1S63 to settle accounts, and Oct. 9th of 
the same year was ordered to the U. S. gunboat Itasca, for duty in the 
Gulf Squadron. In the Summer of 1 S64, was detached, and ordered home 
to settle accounts; then ordered for duty on board U. S. receiving-ship 
Vermont, Brooklyn Navy Yard. In June 1S65, was ordered for duty on 
board the supply-steamer South Carolina, until she went out of commission. 
Was then transferred to the supply-steamer Memphis, on the same duty, 
from New York to Key West, Pensacola, &c. In the Summer of 1S66, he 
was ordered to report at Philadelphia; was surveyed, examined, and trans- 
ferred from volunteer to regular service; and received a commission as 
past assistant-paymaster Jul}' 23rd of the same year. Remained on the 
Memphis until the ship went out of commission in 1867, when he was 
ordered to Key West as paymaster in charge of stores. In the Autumn 
of 1869, was ordered to Philadelphia, to be examined for promotion; 
received his commission as paymaster, Jan. 25th, 1870; was then detached 
and ordered to settle accounts, and in March was ordered to report for 
duty on board the U. S. monitor Dictator, then lying at Key West. He 
remained on duty until the ship went out of commission at New York, in 
June 1S71. In the following Sept., he was appointed judge-advocate and 
ordered on court-martial at the Brooklyn Navy Yard; and, in October, 
was ordered to report at Mare Island Navy Yard, Cal, as inspector of 
provisions and clothing. He continued on this duty until the 20th day of 1 
November 1S72, and on the 26th inst. he died, as paymaster in the U. S. 
Navy, with the commission and rank of lieut. -commander." 



I29I2 



Whitney Family. 



IV. William Harrison Mead, b. in Dean Street, near Hoyt, Brook- 
lyn, X. Y., 14 May 1840; a salesman of dry goods; married at her father's 
house, 53 East 34th Street, New York, 9 March 1S70, by Rev. Dr. 
Montgomery, to Adele Secor, who was born at New York, 18 May 1S4S, 
dati. of Zeno and Mary (Little) Secor. They were living at 53 East 34th 
Street in March 1874. He went to Baltimore in May 1861, with Co. G, 
13th Reg., N. G. S. N. Y, and remained about three months, till the 
regiment was ordered home: then joined the navy, as acting master's 
mate, and served till the last of the year 1864, when he was honorably 
discharged, and returned to his former place of business. 



I787 



19169 



Chil. of William Albert and Ellen (Worthington) Mead. 

1 29 1 3 I. Mary Mead. 

12914 II. Sarah Mead. 



5161 



Chil. of Charles Livingston and Eleanor Jane (Holmes) Mead. 5162 

1 29 1 5 I. George Vaughn Mead, b. in Ludlow Street, New York, 5 March 191 70 
1 841; a collector; entered the U. S. Navy in 1862, serving under Rear- 
Admiral David D. Porter, on the Mississippi River; was appointed Acting 
Ensign, 26 Oct. 1863, and served till the close of the war. He married, 23 
June 1868, at 68 East 128th Street, New York, Mary Louise Birdsall, who 
was born in Renwick Street, New York, 23 June 1840, dau. of Reuben and 
Sarah (Birdsall) Birdsall. They settled at New York, and were living at 58 
East 129th Street in Feb. 1874. 

12916 II. Emily Anna Mead, b. in Grand Street, New York, 16 Ap. 1843; 19172 
married in The Wainwright Memorial Church, Hammond Street, New- 
York, J June 1864, John Caruthers Acheson, a physician, who was born 

in Division Street, New York, 17 Oct. 1832, son of William and Mary 
(Stuart) Ache>on. They settled at New York, and were living at 84 
Orchard Street in Feb. 1S74. 

12917 III. Mary Seymour Mead, b. in Bedford Street, New York, 25 Sept. 19173 
1S45; married in her father's house, in 128th Street, New York, 10 Ap. 

1867, Alfred Marks Barney, who was born in Reade Street, New York, 16 
Aug. 1846, s<>n of Daniel Jones and Margaretta (Ward) Barnev. They 
settled at 455 West 24th Street, New York, and were living there in Feb. 
1874. 



1788 



Eighth Generation. 



?9iS 



1-919 



IV. Ida Eleanor Mead, b. at New York City, 12 Feb. 1S48; married 
there, 9 Oct. 186;, James Snaith King, who was born in Jamaica, West 
Indies, 24 fan. 185;, son of William James and Mary Ann (Snaith) King. 
He came to the United States in 1838; volunteered with the 7th Reg.. 
N. G. S. N.Y., 19 Ap. 1S61 ; returned with the regiment in June 1 861, and 
accepted a commission as second-lieut. in the 65th Reg. ot N. Y.Yols. ; was 
promoted, Jan. 1862, to be first-lieut.; served in McClellan's campaign 
against Richmond, Va., was wounded at Malvern Hill, and resigned at 
Harrison's Landing, Va., 7 July 1802. He received a commission as 
captain in the i62d Reg. of X. Y. Volunteers; served under Gen. Banks, 
in Louisiana, until Aug. 1863; and resigned on account of ill health. In 
Oct. 1864, he accepted a commission as first-lieut. in the 79th Reg. of 
N. Y. Vols.; was appointed assistant provost marshal on Gen. Parke's 
staff, on which he served until the close of the war; was promoted to be 
captain, July 1865 ; was mustered out in Aug. 1865, and brevetted major 
by the Governor of New York. He was appointed second-lieut., 13th 
U. S. Infantry, 11 May 1866; and promoted to be first-lieut. in the 12th 
U. S. Infantry, 7 Feb. 1870. Since his appointment in the regular army, 
he has served in Dakota; at St. Paul, Minn.; Fort Whipple, Arizona; 
Fort Hall, Idaho; and at Angel Island, Cak, where he was stationed in 
Feb. 1874. 

V. Nathaniel Summers Mead, b. at New York City; is dead. 



12920 VI. Julia Amelia Mead, b. at New York City; is dead. 

12921 VII. Charles Henry Mead, b. at New York City, in 1857. 

12922 VIII. Agnes Acheson Mead, b. at New York City, in 1863. 



Chil. of Rufus and Lucretia (Mead) Northrop. 



5166 



12923 I. Margaret Northrop, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., about 1833; and 19175 
married there, in 1852, Morris Canfield. She died about 1S63, at New- 
town, Conn., and was buried in Titicus Cemetery, at Ridgefield. 

12924 II. Louisa Northrop, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., in 1835; and married 8089 
there, 25 June 1862, Timothy Hunt Foster, son of Jonah and Sally (Hunt) 2831 
Foster. See his record. 



2925 III. John Burr Northrop, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 6 Oct. 1839; 

a carpenter; married at Ridgebury, Conn., 29 Jan. 1S6S, Flora Maria 
Rundle, dau. of Allen and Betsey (Bailey) Rundle, of Ridgebury, formerly 



Whitnev Family. 



I of North Salem, N.Y., where she was born. She died at Danbury, Conn. 
J8 Sept. 1S73, and was buried in VVooster Cemetery. He was living a 
1 Danbury in Aug. 1877. 

2926 : IV. Warner Hoyt Northrop, b. at Ridgefield, Conn, 8 Oct. 1S42 
married about 1864, at Bethel, Conn., Emily Wheeler. They were living 
at Danbury, Conn., in Aue. 1S77. 



I789 



Chil. of Enos Clauson and Sarah (Northrop) Miller. 

12927 ; I. Paulina Miller, b. at South Salem, X. V., 23 Nov. 1840; married 
; at Ridgefield, Conn., 16 June 1864, by Rev. Curti- T. Woodruff, Episcopal, 
i to Frederick Oliver Smith. She died at Danbury, Conn., 7 June 1 866, 

and was buried in Titicus Cemetery, Ridgefield. He was living at Ridge- 
field in June 1S73. 

12928 II. George Clauson Miller, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 11 July 1S42; 
! was living at Newark, X. J., in June 1873, of the firm of Miller & We'ster- 
; velt, 76J Broad Street. 

12929 III. Rebecca Northrop Miller, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 4 March 
i 1845 ; married there, 24 Aug. 1864, by Rev. Curtis T. Woodruff, Episco- 
pal, to Albert Louis Butler. Then- were living at Evanston, 111., in June 

1873- 

12930 IV. Mary Frances Miller, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 15 Aug. 1846; 
; married there, 29 Sept. 186S, by Rev. Samuel Farmar Jarvis, Episcopal, 

to Edwin Targett, a carpenter, born at Hindon, Wiltshire, England, 10 
[ March 1848, son of Charles and Elizabeth (Marchmont) Targett. They 
[dwelt at Danbury, Conn., for three years ; and then moved to Newark, 

N. J., where they were still living in Nov. 1S73. 

12931 V. Sarah Elizabeth Miller, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 21 Feb. 1848; 
married by Rev. David D. Bishop, 20 Feb. 1877, to Chester William 
Briggs, of Durhamville, N. V. 



5167 



191 76 



191 80 



Chil. of James Edson and Semantha (Northrop) Mead. 

12932 I. Jeremiah Olmstead Mead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 20 Ap. 1834; 
a manufacturer of shoes; married at Ridgefield, 25 Dec. 1855, by Rev. 
William H. Williams, Episcopal, to Sarah Ann Bouton, dau. of William 



5168 



I [ 79° 

| 

"2953 
12934 

12935 



Eighth Genera (ion. 



and Polly Ann (Hoyt) Bouton. He enlisted at Ridgefield, 13 Aug. 1862, 
as corporal in Co. G, 17th Reg. of Conn. Vol. Infantry. They dwelt at 
48 Hawley Street, Binghamton, N. Y., in March 1S75. ' 

II. Seth Mead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 6 Ap. 1S36; died there, 15 
Ap. 183S, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 

III. Rufus Northrop Mead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 7 Ap. 1838; 
married at New York City, 25 Dec. 1858, Mary Knapp. He enlisted at 
Ridgefield, 11 Aug. 1S62, as private in Co. G. 17th Reg. of Conn. Vol. 
Infantry. They dwelt at YVaterville, N. Y., in March 1S75. 

IV. Erastus Brownell Mead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 22 June 1S40; 
a shoemaker; dwelt at Chester, N. Y., from 20 Ap. to 2S July 1863, and 
then went to Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio, where he was living in Jan. 
187S. He married at Cincinnati, 4 Jan. 1866, Ellen Amelia Sawbridge, 
who was born at Plymouth, Eng., 7 June 18 — . 

12936 V. Clarissa Olmstead Mead, b. at Patterson, N. Y., 29 Dec. 1S45; 
married at Ridgefield, Conn., 2 Nov. 1865, by Rev. Curtis T.Woodruff, 
Episcopal, to Coorge Randolph Wilson, a shoemaker, born at Maiden, 
Mass., 30 March 1830. The)- were living at 17 South Chapin Street, 
Binghamton, N. Y., in Ap. 1875. 

12937 VI. James Walstein Mead, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 13 May 1849; 
was living at Binghamton, N. V., in June 1875, unmarried. 

1293S VII. Elvira Medora Mead, b at Ridgefield, Conn., 1 Feb. 1852; 

lived at Danbury, Conn., from Oct. 1867 till Sept. 1869, at Binghamton' 
N. Y., till Oct. 1870, and then returned to Danbury, where she was married, 
27 Aug. 1S72, by Rev. O. C. Kirkham, to Horace Ailing RofT, a salesman,' 
son of George Marsh and Abby Matilda (Ball) Roff, of Danbury since 
1854, formerly of Newark, N. J., where he was born 12 July 1849.' They 
lived at Danbury in Ap. 1875, without children. 



19182 



Chil. of Amos and Eliza Ann (Betts) Northrop. 



169 



12939 I- Charles Betts Northrop, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 10 Jan. 1839; a 191S4 

builder; married at Vineland, X. J., 1 Aug. 1S65, Lucy Annie Smith, of 

the same place, who was born at Dover, Ohio, 9 Oct. 1 S44, dau. of 
Alexander and Harriet Humphrey (Gray) Smith. They dwelt for a short 
time at Vineland, and then settled at Ridgefield, where they were still 
j living in Nov. 1873. 



Whitney Family. ! i 7 c> i 



12940 II. James Eli Northrop, b. at Ridgcfield, Conn., m Nov. 1S40; died 
there, 19 July 1861, and was buried in Titicus Cemetery. 



Child of Harvey Keeler and Mary (rjorthrojj) Smith. 5'7 : 

1 2941 I. Lucy Northrop Smith, b. at Ridgefield, Conn., 27 Dec. 1861 ; and 
was living there, with her parents, in May 1873. 



Chil. of Egbert and Emily (Northrop) Mead. 

12942 I. Esther Anna Mead, b. at Ridgcfield, Conn., 5 Oct. 1838; was 
living with her parents, at Stamford, Conn., in Dec. 1873, unmarried. 

12943 II. Alice Cornelia Mead, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 29 Nov. 1842; 
was living with her parents, at Stamford, Conn., in Dec. 1S73, unmarried. 

12944 III. Hannah Emily Mead, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 9 Feb. 1846; 
died at Stamford, Conn., 2^ Oct. 1861, and was buried at New Canaan. 

12945 IV. Hiram Mead, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 20 Ap. 1848, died at 
New Canaan, 31 March 1S51, and was buried there. 

12946 V. Harriet Frances Mead, b. at New Canaan, Conn., 30 June 1S50; 
was living with her parents, at Stamford, Conn., in Dec. 1873, unmarried. 

12947 VI. Mary Eliza Mead, b. at Stamford, Conn., 13 Feb. 1853; and was 
living there, with her parents, in Dec. 1S73. 

1294S VII. Grace Abigail Mead, b. at Stamford, Conn., 5 Oct. 1856; and 
was living there, with her parents, in Dec. 1S73. 



Chil. of Albert M. and Charlotte (Abbott) Mead. 5 1 76 

2949 I. Caroline Alberta Mead, b. at Ridgcfield, Conn., 17 Nov. 1S63. 
;2950 II. Robert Burns Mead, b. at Forest Grove, N. J., 2 Oct. 1S66. 



792 



Eighth Genera /ion. 



1 295 1 III. Henry McDonald Mead, b. at South Norwalk, Conn., 20 Am 
1 868. 

12952 IV. Albert Morehouse Mead, b.at Philadelphia, Pcnn., 25 Dec. 1 87 



12055 



1 12956 



Chil. of John and Caroline Deforest (Mead) Bouton. 

I. Edward Frederick Bouton, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 13 Aug. 1853; 
and was living there, with his parents, in Jan. 1874. 

II. Richard Mead Bouton, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 19 Aug. 1S55; 
and was living there, with his parents, in Jan. 1874. 

III. Caroline Albertine Bouton, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 21 Dec. 
185S; died at Ridgefield, Conn., iS July i860, and was buried in Titicus 
Cemetery. 

IV. Winfield Scott Bouton, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 8 Oct. 1S62. 

V. Emma Louise Bouton, b. at Norwalk, Conn., 16 Jan. 1865. 



5 1 7?, 



12958 
12959 



Chi!, of John Edward and Elizabeth (PJevve'l) Mead. 

I. Conrad Olmstead Mead, b. in Washington Street, South Nor- 
walk, Conn., 24 Nov. 1S67. 

II. Byron Clothier Mead, b. in Vansant Avenue, South Norwalk, 
Conn., S Oct. 1S72. 



51S2 



Chil. of Henry and Matilda (King) Keeler. 

12960 I. Charlotte Elizabeth Keeler, b. at Churchville, N. Y., 24 June 
184S; married at Plaimvell, Mich., 16 Dec. 1S69, by Rev. John Fletcher, 
Baptist, to orville Milford Dunham, a painter, born at Eaton Rapids, Mich., 
IO May 1847, son of Calvin Hurlburt and Mary Eveline (Mulholland) 
Dunham. They dwelt at Holland, Mich., from 1 March to 17 Dec. 1S72; 

land then moved to Plainwell, where they still lived in Jan. 1S74, without 

I children. 

I 

1 2961 < II. Sarah Matilda Keeler, b. at Penfield, Mich., 15 Oct. 1850; mar- 

ried in the Baptist Church at Plainwell, Mich., 14 Dee. 1870, by Rev. John I 



5183 



Whitney Family 



793 



Fletcher, to Warren Wirt Crittenden, a farmer, who was born at Phelps, 
N. V., 10 Feb. 1835, son of Osee and Pentha (Glover) Crittenden. They 
settled at Phelps, and were living there in Jan. 1874, without children. 

12962 III. Charles Henry Keeler, b. at Penfield, Mich., 8 May 1853; and 
was living with his parents, at Plainwell, Mich., in Jan. 1S74. 

12963 IV. George Edward Keeler, b. at Penfield, Mich., 21 Jan. 1S55; 
and was living at Phelps, N. Y., in Jan. 1874. 

12964 V. Eunice Catharine Keeler, b. at Battle Creek, Mich., 5 July 
1857 ; and was living at Phelps, X. Y.. in Jan. 1874. 

12965 VI. May Adeiia Keeler, b. at Battle Creek, Mich., 16 May 1S60. 

12966 VII. Frederick Thomas Keeler, b. at Plainwell, Mich., 28 June 
J 1863. 

12967 VIII. Arthur Leigh Keeler, b. at Plainwell, Mich., 2S Sept. 1S67. 



Chil. of Edward William and Juliet Lavinia (Kellogg) Canning. 

I 1296S I. Theodora Elizabeth Canning, b. at New York City; unmarried 
in 1867. 

12969 II. Edward Lowe Canning, b. at Stratford-on-Avon, England; 
j died in July 1845, at Oyster Bay, L. I., and was buried there. 

i 12970 \ III. John Warrin Canning, b. at New York City; served for ninety 
days, in the 22d Reg., N. G. S. N. Y., in 1863, and afterward joined the 
U. S. army; was assigned to Co. G, 13th Reg. of Infantry, and sent to 
Fort Shaw, Montana, where he was serving as captain's clerk in Sept. 
1S67. 



Chil. of Henry Augustus and Harriette Elizabeth (Kellogg) 

Wilmerding. 5 194 

I. Lucius Kellogg Wilmerding, b. at Moscow, N. Y., 19 March 
184S; a merchant, of the firm of Wilmerding, Biddle and Besset, whole- 
sale dealers in linens, at 52 Leonard Street, New York ; married in Trinity 
Chapel, New York, 6 Dec. 1S76, by Rev. B. M. Yarrington, to Caroline 
Maria Murray, dau. of Bronson and Anne Eliza (Peyton) Murray, of 238 



1794 



EioJi t/i ( In m a -a tio n . 



1 West 5 2d Street, New York, and g. d.iu. of James Boylcs and Mari.; 
(Bronson 1 ) Murray. He has carefully studied the genealogy of the 
Wilmerding family. 



1^973 



12974 



II. Harriet Whitney Wilmerding, b. at Moscow, N. Y., 11 Feb. 
1850; married in Christ Church, New York, 21 Nov. 1871, Edward 
Robert Eiddlo, a merchant, son of Edward and Catharine (Leadbeater) 
Biddle, and g. son of Edward Robert and Eliza Terry (Davis) Biddle, all of 
Philadelphia, Perm. He was born at Mount Hope, N. J., 14 Jan. 1S50. 
They were living with her mother, at 5 West 31st Street, New York, in 
Sept. 1S74; and he was then a partner with her brother, in the firm of 
Wilmerding, Biddle and Besset. 

III. John Currie Wilmerding, b. at New York City, 22 Nov. 1 S 5 1 ; 
a commission-merchant; married at Philadelphia, 1'enn., 11 June 1874, 
Mary Beck Elbert, dau. of William Tighlman and Janet (Goddard) Elbert, 
of Philadelphia, where she was born 6 Jan. 1852. The)- were living at 
5 West 31st Street, New York, in Sept. 1874. 



9186 



IV. IVtary IMowlen Wilmerding, b. at New York City, 15 June 
1S53; and was living there, with her mother, at 5 West 31st Street, in 
I Sept. 1S74, unmarried. 



12975 
12976 



12977 



V. Louise Canning Wilmerding, b. at New York City, 31 Jan. 
1855 ; and was living there, with her mother, in Sept. 1874, unmarried. 

VI. Helen Augusta Wilmerding, b. at New York City, 23 Sept. 
1856; and was living there, with her mother, in Sept. 1874, unmarried. 



Chil. of Henry William and Susan Meeker (Kippen) Chatfleld. 

I. Henry Whitney Ghatfleid, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 2 Aug. 1843; 
a bank-clerk; enlisted at Bridgeport, 12 .Vug. 1862, as a private in Co. G, 
17th Reg. of Conn. Vol. Infantry; was promoted to be sergeant-major, 14 
May 1863; and was killed at Volusa, Fla., 5 Feb. 1865, having reached the 
rank of lieutenant, and the position of adjutant of the brigade. His body 
was recovered, and buried at Mountain Grove Cemetery, Bridgeport, with 
military and masonic honors. 

The following is taken from 77^' Military and Civil History of Con- ; 
neciicut during the war of 1861-65, PP- 733 _ 34 : 

"The Colonel was wounded and taken prisoner. The Adjutant, Lieut 



For her ancestry, see 



No. 131 



5196 



// liihicy Family. 



H. Whitney Chatfield, was instantly killed in a hand-to-hand encounter 
with the enemy; and Capts. Wilson French, and Frederick C. Betts, were 
taken prisoners. The brave young Chatfield fell, shot through and 

1 through the bod)-. He was in the act of cutting his way through the 
rebels when he received his mortal wound. He died as he had lived, a 
courageous soldier, and an honor to the State and our country. 

"Adjutant Henry Whitney Chatfield went out as a private in the 
Seventeenth, at the age of eighteen. Being a young man of education, 
he was detached for sen-ice under Adjutant Wilcoxson, and afterwards at 
the headquarters of Adjutant-Gen. Weisenburg, where he was a great 
favorite. He was promoted to be Adjutant for his distinguished gallantry 
at Chancellorsville. At Gettysburgh, Licut.-Col. Fowler was shot by his 
side; Chatfield's horse was killed, his haversack torn in pieces, and a 
Revolutionary sword at his side broken into fragments; yet he was 

| unharmed. While at Morris Island, he volunteered witff the officers of 
the brigade to storm Fort Sumter when its defenders were bewildered by 
the first crash of Gilmore's batteries. In Florida, he was Adjutant of the 
brigade. Gen. Noble writes of him, 'The loss of young Chatfield was 
sadly felt by a large circle of friends, in and out of the army. He was a 
true man and a brave soldier, who served from conviction of duty and 
patriotic devotion. With a heart true as steel, and brave as the bravest, 
there was a charm of genial gentleness which attracted all and made him 
friends wherever he went.'" 



1795 



:97s II. William Kippen Chatfield, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 20 Oct. 
1846; died there, 8 Aug. 1849, and was buried in Mountain Grove 
Cemetery. 



12979 III. Charles Nichols Chatfield, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 16 May 
1S49; married in the house of her uncle, ex-mayor Samuel Booth, of 
'Brooklyn, N. V., 3 Dec. 1873, Harriet Rebecca Taylor; and settled at 434 
Van Buren Street, Brooklyn, where they were still living in Sept. 1877. 



[9187 



Chil. of Henry William and Elizabeth Laura (Brooks) Chatfield. 

12980 IV. Arthur Brooks Chatfield, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 22 Aug. 
1S53; died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 20 Jan. 1873, and was buried in Mountain 
Grove Cemetery, Bridgeport. 



5196 



J12981 V. Elizabeth Brooks Chatfield, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 12 Jan. 
i860. 

129S2 VI. Florence Brooks Chatfield, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 1 1 Ap. 1S62. 

12983 VII. Adrian Brooks Chatfield, b. at Brooklyn, N.Y., 16 Aug. 1867; 



l 7 c/> 



Eighth Generation. 



died there, 21 Aug. 1867, and was buried in Mountain Grove Cemetery, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 



12986 



2987 



12988 



Chll. of Charles Baldwin and Sarah Elizabeth (Chatfield) Nichols. 5199 

I. Frederick Clark Kichols, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 30 June 1844; 19188 
j married there, I June 1868, Mary Ellen Umberfield, born at New Haven, 

Conn., 19 Aug. 183S, dau. of Sidney and Sarah (Lindsley) Umberfield] 
Her parents dying when she was young, she lived from her tenth year in 
the family of David Perkins Baldwin, of Watertown, Conn., and was known 
by the name of Baldwin. He was, in 1874, dealer in hats, with his step- 
father, composing the firm of Clark & Nichols, 230 Alain Street, Bridge- 
port. He enlisted in Co. C, 22d Reg. of Conn. Volunteers, 18 Sept. 1862; 
and was mustered out, with the regiment, in July 1863. 

II. Henry Chatfield Michols, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 22 Feb. 184S; 
died at Oxford, Conn., 12 May 1852, and was buried in Mountain Grove 

j Cemetery, Bridgeport. 

Chil. of Henry Lawrence and Sarah Elizabeth (Chatfield) Clark. 5199 

III. Edward Whitney Clark, b. at Oxford, Conn., 5 May 1S54; a 
travelling salesman, for Blair & Dudley Brothers, 44 White Street, New- 
York, in 1S74. 

IV. P,flary Louise Clark, b. at Oxford, Conn., 12 Sept. 1S60. 



2990 



Chil. of Edward Kellogg and Margaret (Smith) Whitney. 



5208 



I. Elizabeth Sarah Whitney, b. at Paterson, N, ]., 27 Aug. 1850; 
j died there, 25 Sept. 1831, and was buried in Sandy Hill Cemetery 

I 
12991 II. Robert Henry Whitney, b. at Paterson, N. ]., 8 Feb. 1852; a 

carpenter; was living at Orange, X. J., in June 1875, unmarried. 



1 2 99 J 



Chil. of Mark William Henry and Eleanor Antoinette (Harrison) 

Whitney. 5-09 

I. Sarah Melissa Whitney, b. at Orange, N. J., 14 July 1856; and 
j was living there in May 1875, unmarried. 



Whitney Family. 



1797 



12993 II. John Walter Whitney, b. at Orange, N. J , 19 Dec. 1861; died 
, there, 2 July 1S64, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery. 

12994 I III. Jenny Clifton Whitney, b. at Orange, X. J., 20 July 1863 ; and 
I was living there in May 1 87 5 



Chil. of Charles Dennis and Emma Jane (McCall) Whitney. 

^995 I. Charles William Henry Whitney, b. at Ridgewood, N. J., 1 Sept. 
1S60. 



5210 



12996! II. Sarah May Whitney, b. at Jersey City, X. J., 5 Jan. 1862. 
12997 i HI. Maud Carey Whitney, b. at Paterson, X. J., 9 Nov. 1870. 



1 2998 



Chil. of Theodore Edward Dliss and Catharine (Harney) Whitney. S 2I 4 

I. Sarah Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Susquehanna Depot, Penn., 25 
May 1869. 



12999 1 II- Charles Dennis Whitney, b. at Susquehanna Depot, Penn., 27 
j Sept. 1 87 1. 



13000 



III. John Samuel Whitney, b. at Susquehanna Depot, Penn., 27 
Sept. 1874. 



Child of Wallace Montgomery and Cornelia Keyer (Whitney) 

Soverel. 5 2I 5 

! 13001 I. Frederick Wallace Soverel, b. at Newark, N. J., 13 Jan. 1867; 
died there, 8 July 1867, and was buried near his mother, in Rosedale: 
Cemetery, Orange, X. J. 



Chil. of Frederick Wells and Lucelia Ann (Remer) Parrott. 



13002 ; I. Henry Remer Parrott, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 4 June 1829; a 19190 
manufacturer of varnish, in company with his father; married at Great 
Falls, N. H., 17 Oct. 1854, Anna Jane Garland, who was born at Boston, 



/ 1 7i itney Fa m ily. 



' 1797 



12993 II. John Walter Whitney, b. at Orange, X. J , 19 Dec. 1S61; died 
there, 2 Jul)' 1864, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery. 

12994 III. Jenny Clifton Whitney, b. at Orange, X. J., 20 July 1863 ; and 
was living there in -Ma}- 1 87 5 



Chil. of Charles Dennis and Emma Jane (McCall) Whitney. 

I. Charles William Henry Whitney, b. at Ridgewood, X. J., 1 Sept. 
;S6o. 



12996, II. Sarah rV3ay Whitney, b. at Jersey City, X. J., 5 Jan. 1862. 
12997 ! HI. Maud Carey Whitney, b. at Pater-on, X. J., 9 Nov. 1870. 



1299S 



13000 



Chil. of Theodore Edward Bliss and Catharine (Harney) Whitney. 

I. Sarah Elizabeth Whitney, b. at Susquehanna Depot. Penn., 25 
May 1869. 

II. Charles Dennis Whitney, b. at Susquehanna Depot, Penn., 27 
Sept. 1 87 1. 

III. John Samuel Whitney, b. at Susquehanna Depot, Penn., 27 
Sept. 1874. 



Child of Wallace Montgomery and Cornelia Keyer (Whitney) 
Soverel. 

13001 I. Frederick Wallace Sovere!, b. at Xewark, X. J., 13 Jan. 1867; 
died there, 8 July 1867, and was buried near his mother, in Rosedale 
Cemetery, Orange, X. J. 



Chil. of Frederick Wells and Lucelia Ann (Remer) Parrott. 

.3002 I. Henry Remer Parrott, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 4 June 1829; a 
manufacturer of varnish, in company with his father; married at Great 
Falls, N. H., 17 Oct. 1S54, Anna Jane Carland, who was born at Boston, 



5215 



5217 

19 1 90 



L ! 



i 79 8 



13003 



13004 
13005 



Eigh th G en ci -a tio n . 



Mass., 27 Dec. 1836, dau. of Daniel and Mary Ann (Lee) Garland. They 
were living at 1 10 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, in Sept. 1S75. 

II Mary Frances Parrott, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 31 Jan. 1832; 
married there 17 Oct. 1 866, her grandmother's cousin, John Doro Whitney, 
who was born' at Derby, Conn., 25 May 1827, son of Archibald and Nancy 
(Brower) Whitney. They dwelt with her parents, at Bridgeport, in Sept. 
1875; and he was then associated with her father in manufacturing varnish. 
See his record. 

III Frederick Giles Parrott, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 16 Ap. 1834; 
I died there, 1 1 July 1S35, and was buried in Mountain Grove Cemetery. 

IV. Rebecca Parrott, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 20 March 1836; died 
there, 1 1 Nov. 1846, and was buried in Mountain Grove Cemetery. 



5298 

1605 



13006 



13007 



Chil. of Beach and Henrietta Alar (Remer) Downs. 5 21 9 

I. Henry Remer Downs, b. at White Hills, Huntington, Conn., 21 19194 
Feb. 1 831; a commission-merchant; married at New Haven, Conn., 25 
Nov. 1S56', Mary Ann Brockett, dau. of John and Lucy (Barnes) Brockett, 
of the same place. She was born at Bristol, Conn., 18 Nov. 1S32; and 
died at Peoria, 111., 21 Aug. 1867, their residence being then at Memphis, 
Tenn She was buried in Mountain Grove Cemetery, Bridgeport, Conn. 
He married (2d) at Brooklyn. N. Y., 25 Jan. 1870, Minerva Ceorgia 
Du Bois, dau. of Nevingson Greenard and Hannah (Handlen) Du Bois, of 
Brooklvn, and widow of John Robert Boyd. She was born at 201 Wash- 
' ington Street, Brooklvn, \=, Dec. 1846; and they were living in the same 
' city, at 59 Stanhope Street, in Nov. 1S73. He was then in business as a 
transfer agent, with his office at 152 South Street, New York. 

II. Theodore Waldron Downs, b. at Huntington, Conn., 16 Nov. 19196' 
iSS4' a lawyer; married at Bridgeport, Conn., 18 Sept. 1S62, Harriet Ann 
Houston, dau. of Adam Peter and Harriet (Sheys) Houston, of Bridgeport. 
She was born at Savannah, Ga., 5 Jan. 1840. They were living at 64 
Courtland Street, Golden Hill, Bridgeport, in May 1875. He was admitted 
j to the bar at Iowa City, Iowa, in 1859; practised there for two years, and 
! at Memphis, Tenn., for one year; has been a broker in Wall Street, New 
York, for two years, treasurer of the city and town of Bridgeport, and a 
member of the Fairfield County Bar; and was appointed clerk of the Court 
of Common Pleas, for Fairfield County, Conn., I Sept. 1875. 

[300S III. Frederick Beach Downs, b. at White Hills, Huntington, Conn., 



Whitney Family. 



1799 



5 Oct. 1837; a locomotive-engineer; was instantly killed, 4 Jan. 1861, at 
Love's Station, Miss., on the Miss, and Tenn. Railroad, by the explosion of 
a locomotive boiler; and was buried at Memphis, Tenn. His body was 
afterward moved to Mountain Grove Cemetery, Bridgeport, Conn. 



Chil. of Abram Gregory and Jennett (Remor) Waldron. 

I. Frederick Hemingway Waldron, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 14 March 
1S40; a joiner and pattern-maker; married at New Haven, Conn., 20 
Sept. 1871, Alice Bottomley, dau. of Thomas and Mary (Piatt) Bottomley, 
who were from Delph, Yorkshire, England. She was born at Bridgeport, 
Conn., 9 March 1S47, and was baptized there in Sept. 1847, by Rev. 
Thomas W. Coit, D.D., at St. John's (Episcopal) Church. They were 
living at New Haven in Dec. 1875, without children. He enlisted 23 May 
1 86 1, in Co. F, 4th Reg. of Conn. Vol. Infantry, afterward changed to 1st 
Reg. of Conn. Artillery ; served for three years, and was discharged near 
Richmond, Va., 30 May 1864, having taken part in eleven battles. 
Among these were the siege of Yorktown, Hanover Court House, Gaines' 
Mills, Chickahominy, Golden Farms, Malvern Hill, and Butler's campaign 
before Richmond. In July 1870, he was elected clerk to the City Inspec- 
tor, and Board of Road Commissioners, of New Haven, and has been 
reelected for another term of three years. 

II. Henry Oscar Waldron, b. at Buffalo, N. V., 11 June 1842; a 
commercial traveller ; married Sarah Raymond; and distinguished himself 
by refusing any information to the writer. They were living at Norwalk, 
Conn., in Dec. 1873, without children. He enlisted in the 14th Reg. of 
U. S. Infantry, and served till discharged on account of his wounds. He 
enlisted in Co. E, 27th Reg. of Conn. Vol. Infantry, 2 Sept. 1862. 

III. William Isaac Waldron, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 31 May 1S44; 
died at Bridgeport, Conn., 9 June 1847, and was buried in. the Division 
Street Cemetery. In Oct. 1873, his body was removed to Evergreen 
Cemetery, New Haven, Conn. 

IV. Samuel Clark Waldron, b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 2 A p. 1846; was 
living at Stonington, Conn., in Oct. 1873, unmarried; and was then clerk 
of the steamboat Rhode Island, running from New Work to Stonington. 
He enlisted at New Haven, Conn., 6 Sept. 1S62, as musician, in Co. A, 
27th Reg. of Conn. Vol. Infantry; and served the full term of enlistment, 
nine months. 

V. Frances Henrietta Waldron, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 17 March 



5221 



1 800 



Eighth Generation. 



\ 1848; married Henry Prior, son of Dr. Prior, of Oyster Bay, L. I. They 
! were living at Taunton, Mass., in 1872, without children; when he left 
! home without notice, and in May 1875, she knew not whether he was 

living or dead. She then lived at Stonington, Conn, and was keeping the 

house of her brother, Samuel Clark Waldron. 



1 30I5 



13016 



13017 

: 1 301 8 

13019 

13020 
, 1 302 1 



Chll. of Stephen Henry and Adeline (Tibballs) Remer 



52: 



I. Isabella Remer, b. at Montezuma, N. V., 27 Feb. 1844; married 191 
at Elkhorn, Wis , 9 May 1864, John Christie Mack Kehlor, a maltster, son 

of Duncan Mack and Elizabeth (Brodie) Kehlor, of Glasgow, Scotland, j 
formerly of Paisley, Scotland, where he was born 20 Jan. 1839. They [ 
dwelt at Elkhorn till Aug. 1873; at St. Louis, Mo., till Aug. 1S74; and' 
then settled at Kenosha, Wis., where they were living in Jan. 1878. 

II. Clarence Eugene Remer, b. at Montezuma, N.Y., 26 Jan.1850; a 

commission-merchant; was living at Elkhorn, Wis., in Jan. 1S78, unmarried. 



Chil. of William Josiah and Elizabeth (Peate) Remer. 

I. Lucelia Ann Remer, b. at Montezuma, N. Y., 17 Aug. 1S45; 
married at Tidioute, Penn., 17 Aug. 1862, William Henry Chilson, a 

I jeweller, son of Milo and Esther (Thompson) Chilson, of Addison, X. V. 
He was born at Batavia, N. Y., 13 Jan. 1838. They settled at Pleasantville, 
Penn., where he was a partner with her father. She died of a heart- 
1 disease, 7 Aug. 1S71, at Pleasantville ; and was buried there. He was living 
j at Oil City, Penn., in June 1S75; engaged, with her father, in buying and 
selling petroleum. 

II. Emma Jane Remer, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 23 July 1847; died 
j at Buffalo, N. Y., 22 Aug. 1849, and was buried there. 

III. Henrietta Elizabeth Remer, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 17 Dec. 

11850; married at Pleasantville, Penn., 25 Nov. 1868, Curtis Dorwin 
Burdick, son of Rinyon and Eliza (Coon) Burdick. They settled at 
j Georgetown, N. Y., and were living there in May 1875. 

IV. Mary Jane Remer, b. at Warren, Penn., 29 July 1S55. 

V. John James Remer, b, at Warren, P^un., 26 Feb. 1S57. 

VI. Flora Isabel Remer, b. at Tidioute, Penn., 5 March 1S63. 



Whitney Fa mi I v. 



Chil. of Samuel Whitney and Piiobe Baldwin (Wing) Remer. 

13022 I. Catharine Wing Remer, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 4 July 1S52; 
died there, 12 Feb. 1855, and was buried in the Division Street cemetery. 
Her bod>- has been removed to Mountain Grove Cemetery. 

13023 II. Elizabeth Amelia Nichols Remer, b at New Haven, Conn., 
22 Dec. 1855. 

13024 III. Samuel Wing Remer, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 30 Nov. 1857. 

13025 IV. Gurdon Coit Remer, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 8 March 1867. 



l8oi 



Chil. of Richard and Sarah Adeline (Remer) Springsted. 5226 

13026 I. Frank Springsted, was living at Titusville, Penn., in Aug. 1873; 
a printer. 

13027 H. Samuel Springsted, married about 1871; and was living at St. 19205 
t Petersburgh, Penn., in Aug. 1S73 ; a printer. 



Chil. of Abram Lysander and Mary (Long) Remer. 

I. Catharine Remer, married Edwin Smith, a teacher, of Nonvalk, 
, Conn.; and was living at Green's Farms, Conn., in Aug. 1873. 

13029: II. Janet Remer, b. about 1S56. 

13030 III. Henrietta Remer. 

13031 IV. Hannah Remer. 

13032 V. John Remer, died at Elkhorn,YVis., "when about three years old." 

13033 VI. Emerson Remer. 



5227 

19206 



13034 VII. Elizabeth Remer, b. at Montezuma, N.Y., about 1S72. 



1802 Eighth Generation. 



Chll. of William Henry and Julia Ann (Remsr) Craft. 

13035 I. Charles Remer Craft, b. at Montezuma, N. Y., 2 Jan. 1849; a 
fanner; was living at Downey Station, Iowa, in Nov. 1S73, unmarried. 

13036 II. Henrietta Downs Craft, b. at Montezuma, N. Y., 10 Sept. 1S50; 
died at Xew York City, 11 Nov. 1S58, and was buried in Greenwood 
Cemetery, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

] 3°57 HI- Emma Jane Craft, b. at Bridgeport. Conn., 6 July 1S52; died at 

New York City, 17 Oct. 1854, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

13038 IV. Samuel Jennings Craft, b. at New York City, 20 June 1854; 

died there, 15 Sept. 1S55, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

'3°39 V. Cornelius Jennings Craft, b. at New York City, 24 June 1S56; 
a salesman; was living with his parents, at 372^ Bowery, in Nov. 1S73. 

13040 VI. Hannah Antoinette Craft, b. at New York City, 2T, Nov. 185S; 
a teacher of music; was living with her parents in Nov. 1S73. 

13041 VII. William Bradford Craft, b. at Xew York City, 21 July i860. 

13042 VIII. Edwin Whitney Craft, b. at New York City, 22 Jan. 1862; 
died there, 15 Jan. 1868, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

13043 IX. George Henry Craft, b. at Xew York City, 27 July 1S64. 



Chil. of Elijah Fitch and Mary Jane (Finley) Smith. 5229 

13044 I. George Finley Smith, b. in Jan. 1 831 ; a farmer; married Elizabeth 19207 
Downs, of Woodbury, Conn., and was living there in 1874. 

13045 II. William Henry Smith, b. at Derby, Conn.; a merchant-tailor; 
married Sarah Beals; and was living at 108 East loth Street, New York, 
in 1874. 

13046 III. Ann Smith, b. at Derby, Conn., in Oct. 1S36; married Charles Hine, 



Whitney Family. 1803 



a carriage-trimmer; married (2d) in June 1S73, Hitchcock; and 

settled at Fair Haven, Conn. 



Chil. of John Hall and Sarah Crcen (Willson) Finley. 5-jO 

13047 I. Francis French Finley, b. at New York City, 20 Feb. 1S39; died 
there, 10 Jan. [841, and was buried at Glenville, Conn. 

13048 II. James Willson Finley, b. at New York City, 18 Jan. 184 1; a 19209 
salesman; married in King Street, Port Chester, N. Y., 24 Ap. 1S67, Abby 

Bent, dau. of Thomas and Abigail (Shaw) Bent, of Carver, Mass. She 
was born in New York, 9 Ap. 1 S46. They settled at Port Chester, where 
he was still living in Now 1876. She died there, 9 June 1876, and was 
buried in the Greenwood Union Cemetery at Rye, N. Y. 

I 

13049 III. Frances Page Finley, b. at New York City, 4 Feb. 1843; mar- 
ried at Tort Chester, N. Y., 25 Now 1S63, Jotham Wilson Wakeman. 
They were living at Jersey City Heights, N. J., in Nov. 1876. 



13050 IV. Josephine Finley, b at Port Chester, N. Y., 2S May 1845 i <-\\ed 
31 Ma)- 1S45, al >d was buried at Glemille, Conn. 

13051 V. Alphonso Delgado Finley, b. at Port Chester, N. Y., 28 June 
1847; married, 2 Feb. 1871, Dorcas S. Brundage. He survived her, and 

1 was living at Port Chester in Aug. 1S75. 



Chil. of Abel Holbrook and Elizabeth (Finley) Smith. 5233 

13052 I. Joseph Finley Smith, b. at Derby, Conn., 28 Feb. 1S37 ; a manu- 19210 
facturer of brushes; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 21 Now i860, Margaret 

Morrison, dau. of and (Lockwood) Morrison, of New York 

City. They were living at }}} West 128th Street, New York, in May 
1875 ; his place of business being at 1 18 Chambers Street. 

[3053 II. Alfred Holbrook Smith, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 5 March 1S42; 
a brush-maker; married at Brooklyn, 30 Ap. 1868, Imogene Sabina 
Watrous, born at New York City, dau. of Timothy C. and Matilda (Smith) 
Watrous. She died at Trcmont, N. Y., 18 Ap. 1873, and was buried in 
Woodlawn Cemetery. He married (2d) at New York, 15 Oct. 1S74, Susan 
Dennis, dau. of Thomas Dennis of the same city; and was living at 144 
Rodney Street, Brooklyn, in May 1S75, without children. 



iSo4 



Eighth Generation. 



13054 



13056 
13057 
13058 
13059 
13060 
1 306 1 
13062 



Chil. of Horatio Nelson and Cornelia Heyer (Finley) Howard. 52 

I. Emma Howard, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1845; died there, 
" when about a year old," and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

II. William Finley Howard, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 14 Aug. 1846; a 19: 
grocer; settled at Rahway, N. J., in Oct. 1869, and married there, 29 May 
1872, Nanny Merrick, dau. of David Palmer and Hannah (Moore) Merrick, 

of Rahway, where she was born 6 Jan. 1S48. They were living at Rahway 
in Jan. iS;S. He enlisted, 27 Sept. 1864, in Co". I, 59th Reg. of N. j. 
Volunteers; and was discharged near Alexandria, Va., 17 June 1865, 
having taken part in the battle of Hatcher's Run, 26 Oct. 1S64, the raid 
on the Weldon Railroad, io Dec. 1S64, the capture of Petersburgh, Va., 2 
Ap. 1865, and the capitulation of Lee at Appomattox Court House, Va., 
9 Ap. 1865. 

III. Horatio Nelson Howard, twin, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 6 Sept. 
1848; a grocer; was living at Rahway, N. J., in Jan. 1878, unmarried. 



[V. 



Howard, a dau., twin, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 6 Sept. 1 848; 



S died on the same day. 

V. Ella Frances Howard, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 3 Aug. 1850; and 
• was living at Plainfield, X. J., in Jan. 187S, unmarried. 



VI. Charles Howard, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y., 

j living at Plainfield, X. J., in Jan. 187S, unmarried. 



[uh 1S52; and was 



VII. Albert Howard, b. at Washington Valley, near Plainfield, X. J., 
• 20 March 1S54; and was living at Xewton, Iowa, in Jan. 1S78, unmarried. 

VIII. George Howard, b. at Washington Valley, X. J., 31 May 1856; 
i and was living there in Jan. 1878, unmarried. 

IX. Annie Maria Howard, b. at Washington Valley, X. J., 26 July 
1858; and was living there in Jan. 1S7S, unmarried. 



Chil. of Henry Chaffee and Susan Whitney (Finley) Franklin. 



3063 I. Edward Augustus Franklin, b. at Holmdel, X. J., 20 May 1849; 

died at Buskirk's Bridge, X. Y., 19 Jan. 185 I, and was buried there. 



Whitney Family. ! i8ck 



13064] II. Ceorge Finley Franklin, b. at Buskirk's Bridge, N. Y., 5 March 
1 851; a professional singer. 

13065 III. Frederick Tolman Franklin, b. at 104 Duffield Street, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1855; died at Brooklyn, 5 Nov. 1857, and was buried 
in Greenwood Cemetery. 

13066 J IV. William Cutwater Franklin, b. at 104 Duffield Street, Brook- 
I lyn, N. Y., 19 A p. 1S57; an artist. 

13067 V. Charles Tuttle Franklin, b. at 56 Schermerhorn Street, Brook- 
: lyn, N. Y., 9 Aug. i860; died at Brooklyn, 7 Feb. 1862, and was buried in 

Greenwood Cemetery. 

I 



Chll. of George Henry and Sarah Olivia (Finley) Moseman. 

13068 1 I. Henry Sanford Moseman, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 15 Aug. 1S52; 
a salesman ; lived with his mother, at 49 Wilson Street, Brooklyn, E. D., 
i in Nov. 1873. 

13069] II. Mary Helena Moseman, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 31 May 1S54; 
1 died there, 2 July 1854, and was buried in the old Presbyterian Cemetery 
I at Derby, Conn. 

J3070 III. George Francis Moseman, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 23 Sept. 
I 1855 ; a broker's clerk; lived with his mother in Nov. 1873. 

! 

j 1 307 1 ; IV. Edward Brooks Moseman, b. at Brooklyn, N.Y., 17 Ap. 1857; 
1 lived with his mother in 1873. 

j 13072 i V. Arthur Cermaine Moseman, b. at Brooklyn, X. Y., 17 Jan. 
1859; lived with his mother in 1873. 

''3073 VI. Ida Louise Moseman, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 22 Feb. i860; 

! lived with her grandmother, Mrs. Willett Moseman, at Port Chester, N. Y., 
in Nov. 1873. 



Chit, of William Henry and Cornelia Elizabeth (Peck) Whitney. 

3074 I. Villeroy Eugene Whitney, b. at Forest Lake, Penn., 15 March 
, 1854; was living at Patterson, N. Y., in Ma)- 1S75, unmarried. 



i8o6 



Eighth 



Generation. 



II. Walter Harmon Whitney, b. at Woodbury, Conn., 25 Feb. 
1S5S ; was living at Oakville, Conn., with his mother, in May 1875. 



Child of Horace and Hannah Maria (Whitney) Brown. 

13076 I. William Henry Brown, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 10 Nov. 1S36; 

died there, 20 Aug. 1 837, and was buried in the old cemetery at Weston, 
Conn. 



Chil. of Eliphalet Thorp and Hannah Maria (Whitney) Craft. 5-4- 

13077 II. William Henry Craft, b. at Westport, Conn., 31 Dec. 1S40; a 19213 

book-finisher; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 20 Dec. 1863, by Rev. Henry 
J. Van Dyke, Presbyterian, to Joanna Jane Thornton, youngest dau. of 

I John and Hannah (Corkendale) Thornton, of Brooklyn, where she was born 
27 March 1843. They were living at S5 Cumberland Street, Brooklyn, in 
March 1874. He enlisted, 14 June 1861, as a private in Co. C, 2d Reg. of 
N. Y. S. Militia, afterward known, as the 82d Reg. of N.Y. S. Volunteers. 
He participated in the battles of Bull Run, 21 July 1S61; Ball's Bluff, 21 
Oct. 1861 ; the siege of Yorktown, 1 S62 ; the battle of Fair Oaks, 31 May 
and 1 June 1862; and the retreat which began on Saturday, 28 June 1S62, 
taking his share in the terrible fighting and marching of 29 and 30 June, 

i including the battles of Savage's Station and Frazier's Farm, until utter 
exhaustion compelled him to drop by the wayside, where he was soon a 
prisoner. He remained in Libby and Belle Isle prisons till paroled, 16 
Sept. 1863 ; but did not recover, so as to rejoin his regiment, till 24 Dec. 
1863. He then took part, under Gen. Grant, in all the battles from The 
Wilderness to Petersburgh, Va., where he was mustered out, as corporal, 
14 June 1864, at the end of his term. 

1307S III. Emily Frances Craft, b. at Catskill, N. Y., 6 Aug. 1S42; mar- 192 16 

ricd at Brooklyn, X. V., 27 March 1864, by Rev. J. D. Wells, Presbyterian, 
to John Philip Milledoler Thornton, a salesman, son of John and Hannah j 
(Corkendale) Thornton, of Brooklyn, where he was born 27 March 1S43, 
twin brother of Joanna Jane Thornton, who married William Henry Craft. 13077 
They were living at 85 Cumberland Street, Brooklyn, in March 1874. 

13079 IV. Morrison Bradford Craft, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 14 July 19219 
1S44; a druggist; married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1S66, by Rev. J. 
D. Wells, to Ella Maria Laughlin, born in the same city, only dau. of 
John and Catharine (Gordon) Laughlin. She died at 1 17 Carleton 
I Avenue, Brooklyn, 29 Feb. 1872, and was buried in Greenwood Ceme- 
tery. He was living at Omaha, Nebraska, in Nov. 1873. He enlisted, 21 



Whitney Family 



1807 



Ap. 1861, in Co. C, First Scott Life Guards; took part in the battle of 
Big Bethel, 10 June 1861; and was discharged at Fortress Monroe, Va., for 
sickness, 3 Jul)- 1 86 1. After his recovery, he enlisted in Co. C, 82d Reg. 
of N. V. S. Volunteers, 15 Jan. 1S62; and served till 28 Jan. 1S63, when 
he was again discharged for disability arising from wounds in both legs, 
received in the battle of Antietam, 17 Sept. 1862. He enlisted, the third 
time, 5 Nov. 1863, in Co. H, 57th Reg. of N. V. S. Volunteers; and went 
to Hilton Head, S. C, where he served as hospital-steward till he received 
his third honorable discharge, 8 June 1865. 

13080 V. Charles l¥si!lard Craft, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 22 Oct. 1848; 
died at Bridgeport, 27 Nov. 1854, and was buried there, in Mountain 
Grove Cemetery. 

[3081 J VI. Eliphalet Thorp Craft, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 6 Sept. 185 1; 
a printer; was living in Hall Street, Brooklyn, N.V., in Nov. 1S73. 






Chil. of Lewis and Huldah Ann (Whitney) Ryan. 

130S2 I. Francis Theodore Ryan, b. at Talbotton, Ga., 18 July 1838; a! 
machinist; married in Hernando Street, Memphis, Tenn., S May 1872, by 
Rev. Mr. Stubbs, Methodist, to Elizabeth Caroline Fisher, born at Sardis, 

J Miss., 8 Sept. 1849, dau. of Frederick and Elizabeth Caroline (Horton) 

! Fisher. They settled at Atlanta, Ga., where he has been clerk of the city- 
market for three years, tax-receiver and collector for one year, and was, in 
May 1S74, serving his second term as city-clerk. He moved with his 

, mother and step-father, in Feb. 1859, to Des Arc, Ark., where he enlisted 

1 in the Des Arc Guards, which company was afterward attached to Col. 

! Pat. Cleburne's Regiment of Arkansas State Infantry, with which he served 
till July 1 861, when ill health compelled him to leave the army. In Nov. 
1861, he joined a company of the 1st Reg. of Ark. Mounted Rifles; and 
was captured at Pea Ridge, Ark., 7 or 8 March 1862, by the Union 
forces. Having escaped from captivity, he took part in battles at Farm- 

1 ington, Miss.; Richmond, Ky., 31 Aug. 1862; Murfreesboro', Tenn., 31 
Dec. 1862 and 2 Jan. 1S63; Jackson, Miss., July 1S63, and Chickamauga, 
Tenn., 19 and 20 Sept. 1S63. At the latter place, on the second day of 
the battle, he was wounded in the left leg, by a gun-shot, which made 
amputation above the knee necessary. He was living at 143 Jones Street, 

! Atlanta, in Ap. 1S75. 

[30S3 II. William Henry Ryan, b. at Monticello, Ga., 18 July 1S40; died 
at Monticello, 12 July 1841, and was buried there. 



1 808 ' Eighth Generation. 



3084 III. Charles Roscoe Ryan, b. at Monticcllo, Ga., 31 Jan. 1845; a 
grocer; married at Memphis, Term., 12 Jan. 1871, Mary Catharine Logan, 
of Memphis, born in Panola Co., Miss., 24 Sept. 1852, dau. of Pinckney 
and Susan Rebecca (Horton) Logan. They were living at 354 Main 
Street, Memphis, in Ap. 1875; he having been there since 1 Jan. 1867. 
lie entered the Confederate army in 1861, at Des Arc, Ark.; was captured 
at Port Hudson, and held a prisoner for several months; went to Georgia, 
when released, and was a clerk in the transportation-department of the 
Confederate Army of Tennessee; and was again captured by the Union 
forces at Fort Tyler, West Point, on the line of Georgia and Alabama. 

Chil. of William Newton and Kuldah Ann (Whitney) Kirkpatrick. 

3085 IV. Hugh Legare Kirkpatrick, b. at Des Arc, Ark., 13 July 1859; 
died at Des Arc, 2 Oct. 1S61, and was buried there. 



Chil. of Charles Burr and Abby Grace (Whitney) Hawley. 5244 

130S6 I. Charles Burr Hawley, b. at 24 Pequonnock Street, Golden Hill, 

Bridgeport, Conn., 4 Sept. 1849; a manufacturer of brooms; married at 
Newtown, Conn., iS March 1872, Emeline Charity Peck, dau. of John and 
Caroline (Seeley) Peck, of Newtown, where she was born 24 Ap. 1S54. 
They settled at Long Hill, in Trumbull, Conn., and were living there in 
May 1875, without children. 

1^087 II. Walter Sterling Hawley, b. at 21 Second Street, New York, 18 

Dec. 1S54; a carpenter; was living with his parents, at Long Hill, in 
Trumbull, Conn., in May 1S75. 



Chil. of Henry and Mary Ann (Whitney) Judson. 5245 

1 13088 I. Susan Frances Judson, married ; and lived at Boston, Mass., in 

Nov. 1873. 

130S9 II. Mary Matilda Judson, was living at Port Chester, N. Y., in Nov. 

1S73, with her husband, Edward Cetney, a painter, whom she married in 
1864. 

Child of Albert W. and Mary Ann (Whitney) Stacey. 5245 

13090 III. George William Stacey, b. in Sept. 1S5S; was living in the 
Connecticut Home for Soldiers' Orphans in Nov. 1873. 





Whitney Family. 


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Chil. of Villeroy Clover and Maria (Murphy) Whitney. 


5=4*3 



1 309 1 I. Ccorge William Whitney, b. in Canal Street, New York. 

1 3092 II. Abby Grace Whitney, b. in Canal Street, New York. 

13093 III. Stephen Merrit Whitney, b. in Canal Street, New York. 

13094 IV. Vincent Whitney, b. in Allen Street, New York. 



Chil. of Newton Whitney and Celinda Ann (Stearns) Stone. 

13095 I. Aurelia Anna Stone, b. at Hinesburgh, Vt., 4 Aug. 1838; mar- 
ried at Stanstead, P. 0., Canada, 23 May 1868, David Knox Patrick, a 
mechanic, son of Rufus and Arabelle (Knox) Patrick, of Hinesburgh, 
where he was born 14 July 1S41. She was baptized, and joined the Con- 
gregational Church at Hinesburgh, 4 May 1856; and they were living 

; there in May 1874. 

13096 II. Charles Benedict Stone, b. at Hinesburgh, Vt., 3 Dec. 1844; 
and was living there in Ma}' 1S74, unmarried. 

13097 III. George Whitney Stone, b. at Hinesburgh, Vt., 8 July 1S47; 
and died there, 9 Oct. 1866. 

1309S IV. Frances Bateman Stone, b. at Hinesburgh, Vt., 23 Nov. 1859; 
; and was living there in May 1S74. 



Chil. of Arnold and Mary Cornelia (Stone) Kingsbury. 

i 13099 I. Richard Watson Kingsbury, b. at Westmoreland, N. H., 22 Jan. 
1S38; died at Hinesburgh, Vt, 2 Aug. 1847, and was buried there. 

13 100 II. Ella Ann Judson Kingsbury, b. at Bristol, Vt, 27 Ap. 1S41; 
married at Fredonia, N. Y., 17 Nov. 1858, Adoniram Judson Wright, a 
dentist, son of Abram and Amanda (Slocum) Wright, of Elbridge, N. Y. 
He was born at Cambridge. N. Y., 28 Feb. 1833; grad. at the Baltimore 
College of Dental Surgery, in 1855 ; died at their residence in Fredonia, 
4 Aug. 1865, and was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery. She married (2d) 



5249 
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Eighth Generation. 


I3IOI 


at Fredonia, 4 Jan. iS/O, Samuel Shepard Crissey, a gardener and fruit- 
grower, son of Harlow and Anna (Shepard) Crissey, of Stockton, N. V., 
where he was born 13 Aug. 1833. They were living at Fredonia in Ap. 
1875. 

III. Mary Kingsbury, b. at Pittsfield, Mass., 21 July 1845; and was 
living at Fredonia, N. Y '., in Ap. 1875, unmarried. 



IV. William Seward Kingsbury, b. at Adrian, Mich 
1857; and was living at Fredonia, N. Y., in Ap. 1S75. 



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1 3 1 03 



Chil. of Ebenezer Cay and Sarah Lewis (Whitney) Woodward. 

I. Charlotte Lewis Woodward, b. at 20 Gambier Street, Mount 
Vernon, Ohio, 12 Aug. 1859. 

II. Ebenezer Cay Woodward, b. at 20 Gambier Street, Mount 
Vernon, Ohio, 9 Jan. 1862. 



13105 



1 3 106 
13107 
13108 



13109 
131 10 



Child of Leonard and Mary Eliza (Doherty) Whitney. 

I. James Doherty Whitney. 



5^55 



Chil. of Thomas Thompson and Emeline Dore (Whitney) Eckert. 

I. James Clendenin Eckert, b. at Wooster, Ohio, 1 July 1853. 

II. Thomas Thompson Eckert, b. at Mansfield, Ohio, 3 Sept. 1856. 

III. Elwood Dore Eckert, b. at Forest Home, Montgomery Co., 
N. C, 8 Feb. 1861; died at Washington, D. C, 1 May 1S73. 



525C 



Chil. of Thomas Francis and Ellen Stone (Whitney) Stewart. 

I. Leonard Whitney Stewart, b. at Omaha, Neb., 1 March i860. 

II. Mary Whitney Stewart, b. at Holiday's Cove, W. Va , 18 Aug. 
1863. 



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Whitney Family 



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III. Frances Elicn Stewart, b. at Steubenville, Ohio, 10 March 
1S67. 

IV. William Whitney Stewart, b. at Pittsburgh, Perm., 9 Ap. 1872; 
died 17 May 1 872, and was buried in Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh. 

V. Gertrude Whitney Stewart, b. at Pittsburgh, Penn., 31 May 

1873- 



Chil. of Reginald Heber and Mary Eliza (Whitney) Brown. 

I. Leonard Whitney Brown, b. at 613 North Fifth Street, Steuben- 
ville, Ohio, 19 Oct. 1865. 

II. Ellen Howard Brown, b. at Steubenville, Ohio, 23 Oct. 1S68. 

III. P^artha Grown, b. at Steubenville, Ohio, 31 Oct. 1S73; and died 
there, 9 May 1874. 



5259 



Chil. of Ceorgo Henry and Mary Caroline (Phcenix) Warren. 
I. EVfary Ida Warren, b. at Ida Cottage, Ida Hill, Troy, N. V., 2 July 



5267 



13118 
13119 
1 3 1 20 



II. Harriet Louise Warren, b. at 35 Third Street, Troy, N. Y., 23 
Feb. 1S54. 

[I. George Henry Warren, b. at Ida Cottage, Troy, N.Y., 17 Oct. 



13123 



1855. 

IV. Emeline Whitney Dore Warren, b. at Ida Cottage, Troy, N. V 
20 Dec. 1857. 

V. Whitney Phcenix Warren, b, at Ida Cottage, Troy, N. V., 19 
Jan. iSGo; died at 129 (now 145) Madison Avenue, New York, 22 March 
1863, and was buried in the Warren mortuary chapel, Oakwood Cemetery, 
Troy. 

VI. Edmund Warren, b. at 129 (now 145) Madison Avenue, New 
York, 2 Dec. 1 86 1. 

VII. Whitney Warren, twin, b. at 145 Madison Avenue, New York, 
29 Jan. 1864. 



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Eighth Generation. 



13 124 ' VIII. Anna Phoenix Warren, twin, b. at 145 Madison Avenue, New 
York, 29 Jan. 1S64; died at Ida Cottage, Troy, N. V., 9 Aug. 1865, and 
j was buried in the Warren mortuary chapel, Oakwood Cemetery, Troy. 



!S j IX. Edith Caroline Warren, b. at 145 Madison Avenue, NewYfirk, 
1 15 A p. 1S66. 






3126 

13128 

3129 



X. Lloyd Elliot Warren, b. at 27 Avenue d'Antin, Paris, France, 10 
Nov. 1 SOS. 



Chil. of Charles Henry and Harriet (Whitney) Berryman. 5 2 /4 

Caroline Suydam Berryman, b. at New Haven, Conn., 28 Dec. 



II. Henry Whitney Berryman, b. at 6 East 36th Street, New York, 
16 Dec. 1S63. 

III. Ceorgiana Louisa Berryman, b. at 6 East 36th Street, New 
York, 28 June 1S66. 



Chil. of John Corard and Cornelia Lawrence (Whitney) 
Heckscher. 

131 30 I. Ceorgiana Louisa Heckscher, b. at New Haven, Conn., 5 Aug. 

S63. 

13 13 1 II. Hannah Eugenia Lawrence Heckscher, b. at Islip, L. I., 12 

Sept. 1864; died 1 Oct. 1864, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

[3132 III. Cornelia Lawrence Heckscher, b. at New York City, 17 Nov. 

1865; died at 143 Madison Avenue, New York, 17 Nov. 1S75, and was 
j buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 

13133 ' IV. Emeline Dore Heckscher, b. at Newport, R. I., 2 June 1S67. 



Chil. of Stephen and Margaret Lawrance (Johnson) Whitney. 

13134 I. Louisa Lawrence Whitney, b. at New Haven, Conn., 16 June 

I 1867. 



Whitney Family. i 1S13 

13135 II. Hannah Eugenia Lawrence Whitney, b. at New Haven, 
Conn., 29 Ap. 1 871. 

131 36 III. Henry Whitney, b. at New Haven, Conn., 1 Dec. 1872. 

13137 IV. Lawrence Whitney, b. at New Haven, Conn., 21 Oct. 1S74. 



Chil. of Robert Cambridge and Maria (Whitney) Livingston. 527S 

131 38 I. Robert Cambridge Livingston, 1 b. at New York City, 1 March 
1871. 

13139 II. John Criswold Livingston, b. at New York City, 26 Sept. 1872. 

13140 HI. Henry Whitney Livingston, b. at New York City, 2S Feb. 1S74. 

13141 IV. Maud Maria Livingston, b. at Milford, Conn., 10 Aug. 1S75. 
13141.- V. Johnston Livingston, b. at New York City, 19 Dec. 1S76. 

'For his ancestry, in the line of his paternal time the offices of President, Judge of the Court 

grandmother, Maria Bronson (Murray) Living- of Common Pleas, Treasurer of the County, a 

ston, see the pcriigiee opposite. His progenitors, Trustee of the Loan Office, and Clerk of the 

on the Livingston -Me. are enumerated in the Orphans" Court. He was also Colonel of the 

pedigree facing p. 913. To the names and Sussex regiment of militia. During the last 

facts there given, we now add the following, forty years of his life, there was not in the three 

which have reached us since the former pedigree lower counties a more prominent or morcinfluen- 

was printed. tial man. He died at Lewes, 7 Feb. 1772. in his 

Magdai.k.n Kollock was born about 1724; Soth year. His first wife was Al.ICE PHiLLirs, 

married (1) at Philadelphia, 10 Oct. 1745, Jasper of a Boston family. He married ,'2^ at Phila- 

McCall, elde-t son of George McCall, the first of deli. Ma. 4 Nov. 1730. Margaret Ellis, dau. of 

the name in Phil.; married (2) by Rev. Richard Robert Lllis, an intimate friend and correspon- 

Peters, then Secretary of the Province of Penn- dent of Gen. Oglethorpe, who seems also to have 

sylvania, and afterwards rector of Christ Church, acted a.- Oglethorpe's agent in Philadelphia in 

I Phil., 27 May 1747, to J'iUN Swift, collector of connection with the colonization of Georgia. 

1 the Port of' Phil., 1702 to 1 771 ; and died at She survived her husband many years, and died 

"Croyden Lodge." Bucks Co.. Pa., 27 March at Lewes. Her will was proven S Feb. 1790. 

1790, aged 07' years. Her daughter, Alice Jacob Kollock was the second son of 

Swift, was born at Philadelphia. 20 Feb. 1750- J\o>i. K<>i mcK, wiio first appears in Su-sex 

I ; was baptized in Christ Church, 20 Ap. 1752; County (now in the Slate of Delaware) at the 

and married R. iMF.kt Camkrii»',f Livingston March term of the County Court (16S9) as an 

I in the Winter of 1779-S0. Magdalen Kollock applicant Mr a grant of land. In 1093 he was a 

was the younger daughter (by I i i '". it « ife of Grand Juror. From 169S to 1720 his name fre- 

| Jacob Kollock, a man of go< 1 education and quently occurs as a purchaser of land in Sussex 

a very successful merchant. He wa I ■::...'. at County, ai.d occasionally during the same period 

1693; was commissi .-ned, in 1 727. a Justice of in Philadelphia also. He appears as a grantor 

the Peace, and Register of Wills for Sussex of properly in the neighborhood of Lewes in 

! County; was soon after chosen Representative deeds dated 1692-5-6, 1 704-15-19-20. and is 

from Lewes in the Assembly of the Three Lower generally styled "of Lewes. Cooper,'" but some- 

j Counties; and was annually re-elected to that times "'Merchant." His will, dated 30 Dec. 

; office until his death, a period of forty years, 1720, and proved at Georgetown, 14 March 

1 during five of which (1760-5) he occupied the 1720-1, mentions his wife M \RY and seven chil- 

: Speaker's chair. In addition to his seat in the dren. See The AM.' MM Genealogical and 

Assembly, he held for nearly the same length of Biographical Record, VIII, 1S4-5. 



i< s i4 Eighth Generation. 



i 

Chil. of Stephen Suytiam and Josephine (Thomson) Whitney. 52S: 

13 142 I. Stephen Whitney, b. at Morristown, N. J., 8 March 1S6S. 

13 145 II. Mary Stuart Whitney, b. at Morristown, N. J., 3 July 1S69. 

1 3 144 III. Arthur Whitney, b. at Morristown, N. J., 5 July 1S71. 

13145 IV. Agnes Mabel Whitney, b. at Morristown, N. J., 11 June 1874. 



Chil. of Joseph Frederic and Mary Stuart (Whitney) 
Kernochan. 

13146 I. Eweretta Kernochan, b. at New York, 14 March 1S70. 

i3'47 II- Wiliiam Kernochan, b. at Newport, R. I., 16 June 1873; died 

at Morristown, N. J., 19 Aug. 1S75, and was buried in Greenwood Ceme- 
tery. 

13148 HI. Frederic Kernochan, b. at Newport, R. I., 12 Aug. 1S76. 



5283 



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Child of Henry Archibald and Mary Ella (Bassett) Whitney. 528c 

3150 I- Nina Mann Whitney, b. 13 July 1S70. 



Chil. of William Mount and Ann Eliza (Phelps) Lewis. 529 

I. Wiiliam Phelps Lewis, b. at New Albany, Ind., 27 Nev. 1859; 
and was living there in Oct. 1S74. 



13 1 52 II. Edward Donaldson Lewis, b. at New Albany, Ind., 12 May 

1 86 1 ; died at New Albany, 3 June 1S61, and was buried there. 

13 1 53 III. Mary Bangs Lewis, b. at New Albany, Ind., 28 July 1S62; and 

was living there in Oct. 1874. 

13154 IV. Catharine Whitney Lewis, b. at New Albany, Ind., 12 Aug. 
1S65; died at New Albany, 6 Nov. 1865, an d was buried'there. 



MURRAY. 



living with v>:i jj" 1 '.^' : '' * ' *' ab If; ' 5. r.raii 
Haiti urd, 1640, p.r. ;igrd m..n. '-^-'f 1.1 :■ >. . d .March 1683. 

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John Uro.vso.v, of Hartford. [.!■■. '■"', ; '' u '-""^sr:cldandHadIcj 

1637: rem. to Kirn, m l ■ •. ' , L - '- '• Ipsvuch, 1634: freem., 

;ib. 1641, and »n one ,.1 I'.j.ir',', : . ■'• ''■'■ ' 3'— - 3, '61-73; rei 

found ofch., ,3 O... ,•-,,; !-,:!.' I: ■■' ■ •: common,;™ 

dep. 10 Gen Court. M,v t.r.t. ! , ~ . d. Dec. l6£ 

1651, and aftcrv,.; u.nJa- ft, i-',' 1 . •"' , 1: ' t-UZADETH , v. ho 

ble: frecm., 1669; d. jj Au ' 



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lurtfird. 7 He.:. rnj3. a oirenl .,1 ,- ? ■',' V ' 5i - ■ m. (zd), 31 

it' I of Vuterbury, r'-, 7 . , . !, " '■ H.'iitord. ' Thomas 'Gi 
5 N)ay ifit'4, cor r ., ruio: -er. ..-, ' :> - V J (3d), ,3 I 

cputy, 1697, 1701; d. about 1719.' •=•<■ 1 bamuc! Mar 

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Bronson, of Farmit 



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in Hut- — Marga 



first settl. of Middlebury; dep., J, a " tlhir ^ ■ I d., Colchest; 
l3junei 7S i. aged 95. 

Isaac B K otJ fartrord ' Corn - == Sarah Foote; n| 

John MURRAY, of Wells, En K ,; b. riiwTT^ % " d ? f -' osi; <h Brocket. 
Arch, de Moravia, who, .296, su '"' sfurJ ' C ™- shc <*• • Aug. ,5,0' 



John Eoyles Murrw, of.W.v Yo-? I Y l ;',\ Mlidleb -' C .°. nn ' IO Mar =h 1 
1784, Alex., Va , ,;S 5 : ret. to Nj '' h,i seat > '» Mav ,8 39- 



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