PHGS Steuben Descendant Charts

Nathaniel Aber | Michael Bacon | Stephen T. Bly | Oliver Campbell | Joseph Colvin | John N. Davis | Francesco Giometti | John Hiltz | James P. Ripley | William Rockwell II | Short |



Descendants of Nathaniel Aber
Generation No. 1

1. NATHANIEL4 ABER (JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1789 in morris county new jersey, and died 08 Apr 1858
in howard steuben ny. He married ANNA WASS 20 Mar 1814 in Sussex new jersey, daughter of ADAM WASS and
ANNA. She was born 1799 in Sussex county new jersey, and died 15 Feb 1850 in Steuben county ny.
Notes for NATHANIEL ABER:
On 13 March 1824 Nathaniel bought 50 acres of land in Big Flats Chemung county N.y. for $300 from David
Reynolds. Being part of the Dolson lot on the northerly bank of the tioga river. it bordered John Emins lot. This
man over 45 in 1820 was liosted next to Nathaniel in the censuses of 1820 , 1825, and 1830, indicating that the
latter purchased land on which he and his family had been living. In the 1825 New York State census Nathaniel
Aber was listed in Big Flats with 4 males and 4 females noone subject to militia duty., one male qualified to
voteand one married female under the age of 45. 3 females were under 16 and unmarried. During the preceding
year no births or deaths had taken place. the family occupied one acre of improved land and had nine neat cattle
, no horses, 10 sheep, 2 hogs, seven yards of full clothed manufactured in the domestic way the familyduring the
preceding year, eight yards of flannel or other woolen cloth not fulled. The 4 males were Nathaniel and his Sons
Jonas W Aber , born March 1, 1816. William W Aber , born February 17, 1819, John E Aber born in 1820.
The Females were Anna the wife and mother . Elizabeth Aber born 1818, Mary Ann Aber born in 1822, and a
yet unidentified daughter born apparently 1823, or 1824.
More About NATHANIEL ABER:
Burial: methodist epis cemetery towlesville howard steuben ny
More About ANNA WASS:
Burial: methodist epis cemetery towlesville howard steuben ny
Children of NATHANIEL ABER and ANNA WASS are:
2. i. JONAS W5 ABER, b. 01 Mar 1816, Big flats NY; d. 27 Mar 1895.
3. ii. ELIZABETH ABER, b. 1818, Elmira chemung; d. 27 Apr 1888.
4. iii. WILLIAM W ABER, b. 17 Feb 1819, Big flats NY; d. 26 Aug 1884, Canisteo Steuben , Co, New York..
5. iv. JOHN E ABER, b. 1820, Elmira chemung; d. Bet. 1850 - 1855.
6. v. MARY ANN ABER, b. 1822, Elmira chemung; d. 12 Mar 1878.
vi. MISS ABER, b. 1824, Elmira chemung county new york; d. Bef. 1896.
7. vii. JANE ABER, b. 1826, Big flats NY; d. 15 Apr 1905.
8. viii. AMANDA ABER, b. 01 Mar 1828, Big flats NY; d. 01 Dec 1903, Chicago illinois.
ix. MARGARET ABER, b. 09 Feb 1830, Big flats NY; d. 06 Jul 1902; m. HARVEY STEWART, 15 Nov 1848; b.
Abt. 1826.
9. x. ABIGAIL ABER, b. 1834, Bath steuben ny; d. Bef. 1896.
xi. FLORENCE ABER, b. 1835, Bath steuben ny.
xii. EMELINE S ABER, b. 16 Jan 1837, Bath steuben ny; d. 16 Dec 1890; m. (1) WARREN ATWOOD, 26 Nov
1855; m. (2) HENRY WHALING, 17 Jun 1862.
xiii. AMELIA ABER, b. 1839, Bath steuben ny.
10. xiv. RACHEL ABER, b. 04 Dec 1840, Bath steuben ny; d. 27 Apr 1915.

Generation No. 2

2. JONAS W5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 01 Mar 1816 in Big flats NY, and died 27 Mar
1895. He married JANE STEWART 06 Nov 1842, daughter of JAMES STEWART and JANE. She was born 27 Mar
1818 in Steuben county, and died 1905.
More About JONAS W ABER:
Burial: Dublin cemetery howard steuben
More About JANE STEWART:
Burial: Dublin cemetery howard steuben
Children of JONAS ABER and JANE STEWART are:
i. ANN S6 ABER, b. 30 Sep 1843.
11. ii. SARAH S ABER, b. 17 Jan 1846.
12. iii. JAMES S ABER, b. 06 Nov 1847.
iv. MARY E ABER, b. 17 Jun 1850; m. UNKNOWN IDE.
v. FRANKLIN P ABER, b. 10 Apr 1855, Steuben county; d. 16 Oct 1887, Steuben county.
More About FRANKLIN P ABER:
Burial: Dublin cemetery howard steuben
3. ELIZABETH5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1818 in Elmira chemung, and died 27 Apr
1888. She married JOHN T TOWLE, son of RICHARD TOWLE and LYDIA. He was born Abt. 1814 in new
hampshire, and died 07 Apr 1885.
Children of ELIZABETH ABER and JOHN TOWLE are:
i. RICHARD D6 TOWLE, b. 1843.
ii. LEROY TOWLE, b. 1844; m. ANNETTE; b. Abt. 1854.
13. iii. WILLIAM A TOWLE, b. Abt. 1845.
iv. GEORGE TOWLE, b. Abt. 1854.
v. LYDIA ADELIA TOWLE, b. Abt. 1856.
vi. EDNA E TOWLE, b. 1858.
4. WILLIAM W5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 17 Feb 1819 in Big flats NY, and died 26
Aug 1884 in Canisteo Steuben , Co, New York.. He married RACHEL CHAMBERS Abt. 1840, daughter of JAMES
CHAMBERS and JANE HUGGINS. She was born Abt. 1823 in ogdensburg, Saint Lawrence , Co, New York., and
died 14 Apr 1900 in friendship allegheny co, New York.
More About WILLIAM W ABER:
Burial: Hillside cemetery canisteo , Steuben , Co, New York.
More About RACHEL CHAMBERS:
Burial: 17 Apr 1900, Hillside cemetery canisteo , Steuben , Co, New York.
Children of WILLIAM ABER and RACHEL CHAMBERS are:
i. WILLIAM ABER6 JR, b. 1842; d. 1874.
14. ii. FRANCIS ABER, b. 1843, towlesville new york; d. 1930, Canisteo NY.
15. iii. LEANDER ABER, b. 1846, towlesville new york; d. 1889.
16. iv. ISODENE ABER, b. 1849, towlesville new york.
17. v. HENRIETTA ABER, b. 1851.
18. vi. CHARLES G ABER, b. 1853, Steuben county; d. 1920.
19. vii. IDA HELEN ABER, b. 15 Dec 1856, Canisteo, Steuben , Co, New York; d. 24 Dec 1943, Rochester Monroe,
Co, New York.
5. JOHN E5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1820 in Elmira chemung, and died Bet. 1850 -
1855. He married MARY ANN STEVENS, daughter of JEDEKIAH H STEVENS. She was born 1824.
Children of JOHN ABER and MARY STEVENS are:
i. EUGENE6 ABER, b. 1842.
ii. JAMES S ABER, b. 1845.
iii. ESTHER ABER, b. 1847.
iv. WILLIAM E ABER, b. 1849.
6. MARY ANN5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1822 in Elmira chemung, and died 12 Mar
1878. She married GEORGE G ABER, son of DANIEL ABER and ELIZABETH SMITH. He was born 1809, and died
15 Aug 1885.
More About GEORGE G ABER:
Burial: Grove cemetery bath new york
Children of MARY ABER and GEORGE ABER are:
i. SUSAN6 ABER, b. 1843.
ii. JANE A ABER, b. 1847.
iii. JAMES ABER, b. 1849.
7. JANE5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1826 in Big flats NY, and died 15 Apr 1905. She
married (1) GEOIRGE BELLUS. He was born 1821. She married (2) DAVID D CHAPIN.
Children of JANE ABER and GEOIRGE BELLUS are:
i. DELIA6 BELLUS, b. 1848.
ii. MARY D BELLUS, b. 1848.
iii. WILLIAM BELLUS, b. 1853.
iv. ALIDA BELLUS, b. 1855.
8. AMANDA5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 01 Mar 1828 in Big flats NY, and died 01 Dec
1903 in Chicago illinois. She married THOMAS JEFFERSON RICHARDSON 14 Jan 1847. He was born 20 Jun 1821
in Bath steuben ny, and died 22 Jan 1892 in michigan.
Children of AMANDA ABER and THOMAS RICHARDSON are:
i. CHARLES M6 RICHARDSON, b. 16 Jan 1848; d. 25 Feb 1927.
ii. GEORGE MERVIN RICHARDSON, b. 16 Jan 1848; d. 14 Jul 1928.
iii. FLORENCE RICHARDSON, b. 04 Jan 1850; d. 29 Aug 1854.
iv. JOHN M RICHARDSON, b. 18 May 1852; d. 18 Mar 1879.
v. CATHERINE RICHARDSON, b. 10 Dec 1856; d. Aft. 1929.
vi. ELIZABETH RICHARDSON, b. 16 Jan 1859; d. 1934.
vii. JAMES HERBERT RICHARDSON, b. 14 Jun 1861; d. 1923.
viii. JENNIE R RICHARDSON, b. 23 Oct 1865; d. 30 Jun 1956.
ix. GEORGIA RICHARDSON, b. 06 Nov 1867, Bath steuben ny; d. 10 Jan 1964, Corte madera california.
x. THOMAS R RICHARDSON, b. 16 Mar 1870; d. 14 Oct 1928.
9. ABIGAIL5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1834 in Bath steuben ny, and died Bef. 1896.
She married DANIEL HAMMOND. He was born 1813.
Child of ABIGAIL ABER and DANIEL HAMMOND is:
i. CHARLES6 HAMMOND, b. 1857.
10. RACHEL5 ABER (NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 04 Dec 1840 in Bath steuben ny, and died 27
Apr 1915. She married EDWARD HARMON PLAISTED 11 May 1857, son of JAMES PLAISTED and MARY SMITH.
He was born 30 Jul 1832 in PORTLAND MAINE, and died 27 Oct 1897.
Children of RACHEL ABER and EDWARD PLAISTED are:
20. i. WALTER SCOTT6 PLAISTED, b. 1858; d. 1891.
ii. CHARLES FREMONT PLAISTED, b. 1859; d. 1940.
iii. DAVID WASS PLAISTED, b. 1861.
iv. WILLIAM EDWARD PLAISTED, b. 1865.
v. ROSE PLAISTED, b. 05 Nov 1866; d. 19 Oct 1899; m. WILLIAM ALAN SCOTT, 27 Jan 1886, West Union
New York.

Generation No. 3

11. SARAH S6 ABER (JONAS W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 17 Jan 1846. She married FRANK
BREWSTER 04 Jun 1868.
Children of SARAH ABER and FRANK BREWSTER are:
i. FRED7 BREWSTER.
ii. MONROE BREWSTER, b. 27 Apr 1872, Steuben county; d. 19 Jun 1955, hammondsport steuben county.
12. JAMES S6 ABER (JONAS W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 06 Nov 1847. He married MARY
SHOEMAKER.
Children of JAMES ABER and MARY SHOEMAKER are:
i. NINA7 ABER, b. 1879, Steuben county; d. 1966; m. JAMES M COCHRANE.
21. ii. BERTHA ABER, b. 16 Jan 1881; d. 16 May 1972.
iii. FLOYD ABER.
22. iv. ARTHUR ABER, d. 1939.
23. v. EDWARD ABER, b. 20 Aug 1887.
13. WILLIAM A6 TOWLE (ELIZABETH5 ABER, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1845. He married
ROSELIE. She was born Abt. 1852.
Children of WILLIAM TOWLE and ROSELIE are:
i. LIZZIE7 TOWLE, b. Abt. 1873.
ii. EDNA TOWLE, b. Abt. 1876.
14. FRANCIS6 ABER (WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1843 in towlesville new york,
and died 1930 in Canisteo NY. He married JANE A MATHER, daughter of JOHN MATHER and JANE MCCOY. She was born 1847 in Canisteo NY, and died 1919 in Canisteo NY.
More About FRANCIS ABER:
Burial: Hillside cemetery canisteo new york
More About JANE A MATHER:
Burial: Hillside cemetery canisteo new york
Children of FRANCIS ABER and JANE MATHER are:
24. i. FRED7 ABER, b. 28 Sep 1875, Canisteo NY; d. 06 Sep 1956, amsterdam new york.
ii. FRANK ABER, b. 1878, Canisteo NY; d. 1930, Canisteo NY.
More About FRANK ABER:
Burial: Hillside cemetery canisteo new york
25. iii. HELENA ABER, b. Dec 1879; d. Abt. 1950, PASSAIC NEW JERSEY.
26. iv. LOUENA ABER, b. 20 Oct 1883.
15. LEANDER6 ABER (WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1846 in towlesville new york,and died 1889. He married ALIDA C WHITENACK. She was born 1848 in nunda new york, and died 1922 in nunda new york.
More About LEANDER ABER:
Burial: hillside cemetery canisteo
Children of LEANDER ABER and ALIDA WHITENACK are:
i. MAUDE7 ABER, b. 1869; m. UNKNOWN JONES.
27. ii. LULU M ABER, b. Bef. 1880; d. 1965.
iii. LEON W ABER, b. Bef. 1885.
28. iv. CARL C ABER, b. Bef. 1885.
16. ISODENE6 ABER (WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1849 in towlesville new york.
She married GEORGE OSBORNE.
Children of ISODENE ABER and GEORGE OSBORNE are:
i. WILL7 OSBORNE.
ii. JOHN OSBORNE.
iii. NELLIE OSBORNE, b. 1879.
iv. KATHERINE OSBORNE.
v. GEORGE OSBORNE.
vi. EVA OSBORNE, b. 01 Jun 1877; d. 01 Apr 1882, Hornellsville New york.
17. HENRIETTA6 ABER (WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1851. She married CEVOR SWEET.
Children of HENRIETTA ABER and CEVOR SWEET are:
i. JENNIE7 SWEET, b. 1872; m. EDWARD BROWN.
ii. MAUDE SWEET, b. 1873.
iii. CHARLES SWEET, b. 1875.
iv. MABEL SWEET, b. 1877.
v. WILL SWEET, b. 1879.
18. CHARLES G6 ABER (WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1853 in Steuben county, and died 1920. He married THEODOCIA CRONE. She was born 1855, and died 1896.
More About CHARLES G ABER:
Burial: Hillside cemetery canisteo new york
More About THEODOCIA CRONE:
Burial: Hillside cemetery canisteo new york
Children of CHARLES ABER and THEODOCIA CRONE are:
i. RAYMOND7 ABER.
ii. GRACE ABER, b. 1878.
iii. MINNIE M ABER, b. 1885; d. 1887.
More About MINNIE M ABER:
Burial: Hillside cemetery canisteo new york
iv. ALVAH K ABER, b. 1891; d. 1892.
More About ALVAH K ABER:
Burial: Hillside cemetery canisteo new york
19. IDA HELEN6 ABER (WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 15 Dec 1856 in Canisteo,
Steuben , Co, New York, and died 24 Dec 1943 in Rochester Monroe, Co, New York. She married SAMUEL S STOKES 11 Dec 1875 in Canisteo New York, son of DANIEL STOKES and MARTHA MEADER. He was born 05 Dec 1845 in freedom, Carroll, Co, New Hampshire, and died 01 Nov 1913 in Rochester Monroe, Co, New York.
More About IDA HELEN ABER:
Burial: 27 Dec 1943, Mt Hope Cemetery Rochester , Monroe, Co, New York
More About SAMUEL S STOKES:
Burial: 04 Nov 1913, Mt Hope Cemetery Rochester , Monroe, Co, New York
Children of IDA ABER and SAMUEL STOKES are:
29. i. ELLA MYRTLE7 STOKES, b. 12 Sep 1877, CAnisteo steuben new york; d. 14 May 1941, rochester ny.
30. ii. FREDERICK STOKES, b. 23 Jun 1879, canisteo , Steuben, Co, New York.; d. 07 Nov 1922, Rochester Monroe, Co, New York.
iii. MATTIE STOKES, b. 25 Jan 1882, Rochester new york; d. 15 Oct 1882, Rochester new york.
iv. MAUDE STOKES, b. 25 Jan 1882, rochester ny; d. 22 Jun 1948, Rochester new york; m. WILLIAM M
NICHOLSON, 11 Nov 1915, rochester new york; b. 1873; d. 29 Sep 1939, Rochester new york.
More About MAUDE STOKES:
Burial: 25 Jun 1948, Mount hope cemetery
More About WILLIAM M NICHOLSON:
Burial: 02 Oct 1939, Mount hope cemetery
31. v. HARRY A STOKES, b. Oct 1886; d. 18 Aug 1945, Rochester new york.
32. vi. MILDRED FLORENCE STOKES, b. 05 Nov 1891, rochester ny; d. 12 Dec 1958, rochester ny.
20. WALTER SCOTT6 PLAISTED (RACHEL5 ABER, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1858, and died 1891. He married MARY AMILIA BAILEY. She was born 1859, and died 1945.
Child of WALTER PLAISTED and MARY BAILEY is:
33. i. EDWARD LEROY7 PLAISTED, b. 1886; d. 1971.

Generation No. 4

21. BERTHA7 ABER (JAMES S6, JONAS W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 16 Jan 1881, and died 16 May 1972. She married (1) ELLIOT SMITH. She married (2) UNKNOWN DAVIS.
Children of BERTHA ABER and ELLIOT SMITH are:
i. LAWRENCE M8 SMITH, b. 1903; m. ELIZABETH E BULL.
34. ii. JAMES E SMITH, b. 1908; d. 1964.
22. ARTHUR7 ABER (JAMES S6, JONAS W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) died 1939. He married AGNES GAY.
Child of ARTHUR ABER and AGNES GAY is:
i. ALTON8 ABER.
23. EDWARD7 ABER (JAMES S6, JONAS W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 20 Aug 1887. He married CATHERINE BROWN. She was born 20 Oct 1888.
Child of EDWARD ABER and CATHERINE BROWN is:
i. ROBERTA8 ABER, m. HARRY LEES.
24. FRED7 ABER (FRANCIS6, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 28 Sep 1875 in Canisteo
NY, and died 06 Sep 1956 in amsterdam new york. He married OLIVE K BRUMAGIM 14 Apr 1904. She was born 11 Nov 1883, and died 31 Aug 1951 in amsterdam new york.
Child of FRED ABER and OLIVE BRUMAGIM is:
i. FREDERICK C8 ABER, b. 13 Jun 1914, amsterdam new york; d. 13 Jun 1989, indian lake new york.
More About FREDERICK C ABER:
Burial: 20 Jul 1989, fairview cemetery amsterdam new york
25. HELENA7 ABER (FRANCIS6, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Dec 1879, and died
Abt. 1950 in PASSAIC NEW JERSEY. She married SPALDING LOUCKS.
Child of HELENA ABER and SPALDING LOUCKS is:
i. FREDERICK8 LOUCKS.
26. LOUENA7 ABER (FRANCIS6, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 20 Oct 1883. She
married KARL TALBOT.
Child of LOUENA ABER and KARL TALBOT is:
35. i. CLARE8 TALBOT, b. 19 Nov 1906; d. 30 Sep 1955, PASSAIC NEW JERSEY.
27. LULU M7 ABER (LEANDER6, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Bef. 1880, and died
1965. She married UNKNOWN LASHER.
Children of LULU ABER and UNKNOWN LASHER are:
i. OLAFF8 LASHER.
ii. LEO LASHER.
28. CARL C7 ABER (LEANDER6, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Bef. 1885. He married
MILDRED OVIATT 1912 in rock city pennsylvania.
Child of CARL ABER and MILDRED OVIATT is:
i. MERLE8 ABER, b. 06 Feb 1916; d. Nov 1970, Eden park new york.
29. ELLA MYRTLE7 STOKES (IDA HELEN6 ABER, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 12
Sep 1877 in Canisteo steuben new york, and died 14 May 1941 in rochester ny. She married JAMES E PHELPS
1896 in rochester new york. He was born 29 Mar 1876 in Rochester new york, and died 02 Oct 1922 in Dallas
Texas.
More About ELLA MYRTLE STOKES:
Burial: 17 May 1941, Mount hope cemetery
Children of ELLA STOKES and JAMES PHELPS are:
36. i. MILDRED8 PHELPS, b. 1899, Cleveland ohio; d. 1962, Phoenix arizona.
ii. ARTHUR PHELPS, b. 1904, rochester ny; d. 1960, houston texas.
30. FREDERICK7 STOKES (IDA HELEN6 ABER, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 23 Jun
1879 in canisteo , Steuben, Co, New York., and died 07 Nov 1922 in Rochester Monroe, Co, New York. He married GERTRUDE LOUISE BRIDLE 20 Jun 1900 in rochester new york, daughter of WILLIAM BRIDLE and HARRIET SMITH. She was born 04 Sep 1880 in Rochester Monroe, Co, New York, and died 22 Aug 1963 in Rochester Monroe, Co, New York.
More About FREDERICK STOKES:
Burial: 10 Nov 1922, Mt Hope Cemetery Rochester , Monroe, Co, New York
More About GERTRUDE LOUISE BRIDLE:
Burial: 26 Aug 1963, Mt Hope Cemetery Rochester , Monroe, Co, New York
Children of FREDERICK STOKES and GERTRUDE BRIDLE are:
37. i. ALICE HELEN8 STOKES, b. 28 May 1901, Rochester, Monroe, New York; d. 12 Jul 1941, Rochester, Monroe, New York.
38. ii. HELEN LOUISE STOKES, b. 06 Oct 1905, rochester ny; d. 23 Jul 1974, rochester ny.
39. iii. THELMA GERTRUDE STOKES, b. 16 Jul 1907, 171 Frost Avenue Rochester Monroe , Co, New York; d. 01 Jul 1984, OWEGO Tioga Co, New York..
40. iv. WILLIAM SAMUEL STOKES, b. 24 Sep 1910, Rochester new york; d. Bef. 1963, Brockport new york.
v. WALTER STOKES, b. 21 Jan 1912, Rochester new york; d. Bet. 1963 - 1974.
31. HARRY A7 STOKES (IDA HELEN6 ABER, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Oct 1886,
and died 18 Aug 1945 in Rochester new york. He married (1) BLANCHE GERSTNER. He married (2) MABEL E CLOSSEN 1909 in rochester new york. She was born 1886.
More About HARRY A STOKES:
Burial: 21 Aug 1945, Mount hope cemetery
Children of HARRY STOKES and MABEL CLOSSEN are:
41. i. HAROLD W8 STOKES, b. 07 May 1911, Rochester new york; d. 31 Mar 1989, Rochester new york.
42. ii. BETTY STOKES, b. 07 Apr 1919, Rochester new york; d. 03 Sep 1982, Rochester new york.
32. MILDRED FLORENCE7 STOKES (IDA HELEN6 ABER, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born
05 Nov 1891 in rochester ny, and died 12 Dec 1958 in rochester ny. She married (1) LOUIS CORNFIELD. He died
in toledo ohio. She married (2) EDWARD BALDWIN KLEM 16 Nov 1911 in rochester new york, son of PETER
KLEM and CAROLINE CONSLER. He was born 16 Jul 1889 in Union Hill webster monroe county new york.
Child of MILDRED STOKES and EDWARD KLEM is:
43. i. ROBERT EDWARD8 KLEM, b. 12 Mar 1915, Union Hill webster monroe county new york; d. 10 Feb 1988,
Saint petersburg florida.
33. EDWARD LEROY7 PLAISTED (WALTER SCOTT6, RACHEL5 ABER, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born
1886, and died 1971. He married ALICE COLEGROVE. She was born 1885, and died 1977.
Child of EDWARD PLAISTED and ALICE COLEGROVE is:
44. i. WALTER DONOVAN8 PLAISTED, b. 1908; d. 1984.

Generation No. 5

34. JAMES E8 SMITH (BERTHA7 ABER, JAMES S6, JONAS W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1908,
and died 1964. He married LOUISE E BERGER.
35. CLARE8 TALBOT (LOUENA7 ABER, FRANCIS6, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 19
Nov 1906, and died 30 Sep 1955 in PASSAIC NEW JERSEY. He married STELLA JOHNSON.
36. MILDRED8 PHELPS (ELLA MYRTLE7 STOKES, IDA HELEN6 ABER, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2,
JOHN1) was born 1899 in Cleveland ohio, and died 1962 in Phoenix arizona. She married TERRY BILLS 1922 in dallas texas.
37. ALICE HELEN8 STOKES (FREDERICK7, IDA HELEN6 ABER, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was
born 28 May 1901 in Rochester, Monroe, New York, and died 12 Jul 1941 in Rochester, Monroe, New York.
She married NORRIS B HAZEN JR 25 Aug 1930 in rochester new york, son of NORRIS SR and ESTHER MOORE.
He was born Bef. 25 Aug 1904 in buffalo New York.
More About ALICE HELEN STOKES:
Burial: 15 Jul 1941, Mt Hope Cemetery Rochester , New York
More About NORRIS B HAZEN JR:
Burial: 07 Sep 1951, Mt Hope Cemetery Rochester, Monroe, New York
38. HELEN LOUISE8 STOKES (FREDERICK7, IDA HELEN6 ABER, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 06 Oct 1905 in rochester ny, and died 23 Jul 1974 in rochester ny. She married MATTHEW P KOLMER Abt. 1926 in rochester new york, son of ELIZABETH. He was born Abt. 1895 in germany, and died 26 Nov 1952 in Rochester new york.
More About HELEN LOUISE STOKES:
Burial: 27 Jul 1974, mt hope cemetery rochester ny
More About MATTHEW P KOLMER:
Burial: 29 Nov 1952, Mt hope cemetery rochester ny.
39. THELMA GERTRUDE8 STOKES (FREDERICK7, IDA HELEN6 ABER, WILLIAM W5, NATHANIEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 16 Jul 1907 in 171 Frost Avenue Rochester Monroe , Co, New York, and died 01 Jul 1984 in OWEGO Tioga Co, New York.. She married PAUL EUGENE MIDDLEMISS 10 Feb 1925 in rochester new york, son of GEORGE MIDDLEMISS and IVA FULTON. He was born 14 Oct 1902 in meriden connecticut, and died 17 Jun 1982 in Sayre house sayre pennsylvania.
More About THELMA GERTRUDE STOKES:
Burial: 05 Jul 1984, Pinelawn Memorial Melville New york long island
More About PAUL EUGENE MIDDLEMISS:
Burial: 20 Jun 1982, Pinelawn Memorial Melville New york long island

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Descendants of Michael Bacon

Generation No. 1

1.  MICHAEL1 BACON was born 1579, and died 1648.  He married ALICE.  She died 1647.

Child of MICHAEL BACON and ALICE is:
2. i. JOHN2 BACON, b. 1630; d. June 17, 1683.

Generation No. 2

2.  JOHN2 BACON (MICHAEL1) was born 1630, and died June 17, 1683.  He married REBECCA HALL February 17, 1650/51.  She died 1694.

Children of JOHN BACON and REBECCA HALL are:
 i. MARY3 BACON, b. 1652; m. NATHANIEL KINSGBURY, October 14, 1673, Dedham.
3. ii. JOHN BACON, b. July 17, 1656, Dedham, Mass.; d. October 27, 1732, Dedham, Mass..
 iii. REBECCA BACON, b. December 10, 1658; m. JOHN GAY, February 13, 1678/79.
4. iv. DANIEL BACON, b. March 10, 1660/61, Dedham, Mass.; d. October 27, 1694.
 v. SARAH BACON, b. March 31, 1663.
5. vi. SAMUEL BACON, b. October 08, 1665, Dedham, Mass.; d. November 26, 1743, Needham.
6. vii. THOMAS BACON, b. August 23, 1667, Dedham, Mass.; d. April 10, 1749, Wrentham.
 viii. SUSANNA BACON, b. January 18, 1667/68; m. JONATHAN DEWING, January 07, 1691/92; b. April 03, 1663.
7. ix. STEPHEN BACON, b. August 21, 1677; d. February 08, 1766.

Generation No. 3

3.  JOHN3 BACON (JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born July 17, 1656 in Dedham, Mass., and died October 27, 1732 in Dedham, Mass..  He married LYDIA DEWING December 15, 1683 in Dedham, Mass, daughter of ANDREW DEWING.  She was born in Dedham, Mass., and died November 17, 1754 in Dedham, Mass..

Children of JOHN BACON and LYDIA DEWING are:
 i. LYDIA4 BACON, b. October 12, 1684.
 ii. REBECCA BACON, b. June 30, 1687.
 iii. RACHEL BACON, b. March 30, 1690.
 iv. PHEBE BACON, b. March 30, 1690.
8. v. JOHN BACON, b. January 31, 1692/93, Dedham, Mass.; d. November 03, 1749.
9. vi. MICHAEL BACON, b. March 21, 1695/96, Dedham, Mass..

4.  DANIEL3 BACON (JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born March 10, 1660/61 in Dedham, Mass., and died October 27, 1694.  He married ELIZABETH MARTIN April 21, 1685 in Dedham.  She died April 21, 1700 in Dedham, Mass..

Children of DANIEL BACON and ELIZABETH MARTIN are:
 i. DANIEL4 BACON, b. May 08, 1686.
 ii. ISAAC BACON, b. March 09, 1688/89, Dedham, Mass.; m. ABIGAIL BROADHURST.
 iii. TIMOTHY BACON, b. March 03, 1689/90.
 iv. WILLIAM BACON, b. October 08, 1694.

5.  SAMUEL3 BACON (JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born October 08, 1665 in Dedham, Mass., and died November 26, 1743 in Needham.  He married (1) ELIZABETH ACKERS July 03, 1705.  She died September 24, 1730 in Needham.  He married (2) REBECCA BOYDEN July 26, 1732. 

Children of SAMUEL BACON and ELIZABETH ACKERS are:
 i. ELIZABETH4 BACON, b. April 02, 1706.
 ii. JOANNA BACON, b. May 26, 1710; m. EBENEZER SKINNER; b. Norton.
 iii. SAMUEL BACON.

6.  THOMAS3 BACON (JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born August 23, 1667 in Dedham, Mass., and died April 10, 1749 in Wrentham.  He married (1) HANNAH FALES January 22, 1690/91.  She was born November 16, 1672 in Dedham, Mass., and died April 20, 1711 in Wrentham.  He married (2) MARY FISHER July 16, 1746 in Wrentham.  She died March 22, 1749/50.

Children of THOMAS BACON and HANNAH FALES are:
 i. THOMAS4 BACON, b. November 26, 1693.
 ii. HANNAH BACON, b. April 25, 1697; d. October 23, 1754; m. ROBERT POND, December 13, 1717, Boston, Mass; d. April 03, 1755.
 iii. JAMES BACON, b. October 28, 1700.
 iv. MARTHA BACON, b. October 08, 1703.
 v. REV. JACOB BACON, b. September 09, 1706.
10. vi. JOHN BACON, b. April 22, 1710; d. 1806.

7.  STEPHEN3 BACON (JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born August 21, 1677, and died February 08, 1766.  He married MARY LOKER January 06, 1703/04 in Sudbury, daughter of JOHN LOKER and SARAH RICE.  She was born August 03, 1680, and died June 18, 1767.

Children of STEPHEN BACON and MARY LOKER are:
 i. SARAH4 BACON, b. September 17, 1704, Sudbury.
 ii. MARY BACON, b. March 20, 1707/08, Dedham, Mass.; m. EBENEZER FELCH; b. Natick.
 iii. STEPHEN BACON, b. April 11, 1713, Needham.
 iv. HENRY BACON, b. Needham.
 v. JOHN BACON, b. May 30, 1721, Needham.

Generation No. 4

8.  JOHN4 BACON (JOHN3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born January 31, 1692/93 in Dedham, Mass., and died November 03, 1749.  He married (1) ELIZABETH FISHER.  She was born April 11, 1696, and died August 27, 1740.  He married (2) ABIGAIL. 

Children of JOHN BACON and ELIZABETH FISHER are:
 i. OLIVER5 BACON, b. October 19, 1724.
 ii. RICHARD BACON, b. March 12, 1726/27.
 iii. JOSEPH BACON.
 iv. REBECCA BACON, b. December 30, 1717; m. HEZEKIAH BROAD.
 v. ELIZABETH BACON, b. January 1719/20; m. HUNTING.
 vi. JOHN BACON, b. April 17, 1722.
 vii. JEREMIAH BACON, b. August 24, 1729.
 viii. HANNAH BACON, b. August 25, 1732; m. NATHAN ELLIS.
 ix. MARY BACON, b. December 11, 1734.
 x. ABIGAIL BACON, b. June 29, 1737.

Child of JOHN BACON and ABIGAIL is:
 xi. JOSEPH5 BACON, b. 1747.

9.  MICHAEL4 BACON (JOHN3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born March 21, 1695/96 in Dedham, Mass..  He married ABIGAIL DAY May 16, 1721 in Boston, Mass, daughter of RALPH DAY and SARAH FULLER.  She was born March 29, 1695 in Dorchester.

Children of MICHAEL BACON and ABIGAIL DAY are:
 i. MICHAEL5 BACON, b. July 25, 1722.
 ii. EPHRAIM BACON, b. November 30, 1724.
 iii. SARAH BACON, b. February 09, 1726/27.
 iv. NEHEMIAH BACON, b. January 04, 1728/29; d. December 17, 1798.
 v. JOSIAH BACON, b. January 06, 1729/30.
 vi. LYDIA BACON, b. December 21, 1734; m. JOSEPH DRAPER,JR., March 01, 1759.
 vii. WILLIAM BACON, b. September 24, 1735.

10.  JOHN4 BACON (THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born April 22, 1710, and died 1806.  He married MARY. 

Children of JOHN BACON and MARY are:
 i. JOHN5 BACON, b. 1732.
 ii. HULAH BACON, b. 1734.
11. iii. ASA BACON, b. 1738.

Generation No. 5

11.  ASA5 BACON (JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1738.  He married RHODA DUNHAM.  She was born 1742.

Children of ASA BACON and RHODA DUNHAM are:
 i. ABIGAIL6 BACON, b. 1761.
12. ii. ISAIAH BACON, b. 1763; d. 1831.

Generation No. 6

12.  ISAIAH6 BACON (ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1763, and died 1831.  He married (1) RUTH CARPENTER.  She was born 1768, and died 1849.  He married (2) EUNICE POWERS. 

Children of ISAIAH BACON and RUTH CARPENTER are:
 i. ISAIAH7 BACON, b. 1793.
 ii. NATHANIEL BACON, b. March 31, 1795.
 iii. SAMUEL BACON, b. Abt. 1797.
13. iv. ASA BACON, b. 1800; d. 1874.
 v. GEORGE BACON, b. Abt. 1804.
14. vi. RHODA BACON, b. Abt. 1806.
 vii. PHOEBE BACON, b. Abt. 1808.
15. viii. DANIEL DOUBLEDAY BACON, b. November 11, 1811; d. 1890.

Generation No. 7

13.  ASA7 BACON (ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1800, and died 1874.  He married (1) CHLOE MORRIS.  She was born 1806.

Children of ASA BACON and CHLOE MORRIS are:
 i. HENRIETTA8 BACON, b. 1823; m. ELIJAH BARNES; b. 1804.
 ii. GARY BACON, b. 1825; m. ELIZABETH.
16. iii. ISAIAH ASA BACON, b. 1827.

14.  RHODA7 BACON (ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born Abt. 1806.  She married SILAS BATES.  He was born Abt. 1790.

Children of RHODA BACON and SILAS BATES are:
17. i. LUCY E.8 BATES, b. 1821; d. 1893.
18. ii. JANE BATES, b. 1828; d. 1895.
 iii. SUSAN BATES, m. NOAH WICKS.
19. iv. SARAH BATES, b. May 25, 1835, Chemung County; d. June 12, 1922, Beaver Dams, Schuyler County.

15.  DANIEL DOUBLEDAY7 BACON (ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born November 11, 1811, and died 1890.  He married (1) SARAH MALLETTE.  She was born 1814, and died 1847.  He married (2) DOROTHY ELLEN WILCOX. 

Children of DANIEL BACON and SARAH MALLETTE are:
 i. DAVID GREENLEAF8 BACON, b. 1840.
 ii. GEORGE BACON, b. 1841; d. 1842.
 iii. CHARLES N. BACON, b. 1843; d. 1864.
20. iv. MARY ELIZABETH BACON, b. 1846; d. 1881.

Child of DANIEL BACON and DOROTHY WILCOX is:
 v. MARGARET ELLEN8 BACON.

Generation No. 8

16.  ISAIAH ASA8 BACON (ASA7, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1827.  He married (1) ANN PEARSON.  She was born 1831.  He married (2) NANCY A. EWER.  She was born 1842.

Children of ISAIAH BACON and ANN PEARSON are:
 i. WILLIAM N.9 BACON, b. 1854; m. ELIZA BIGGS.
 ii. SARAH H. BACON, b. 1856.
 iii. ALMA JANE BACON, b. 1858.
 iv. ELDORA F. BACON, b. 1861.
 v. CLARA EFFIE BACON, b. 1867; m. GEORGE R. COLLINS; b. 1863.
 vi. MARY E. BACON, b. 1871; m. CHARLES B. KEEL.
 

17.  LUCY E.8 BATES (RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1821, and died 1893.  She married LORENTUS SHORT, son of REUBEN SHORT and SYLVIA CARPENTER.  He was born Abt. 1814 in Census records state: Ohio, Virgina, Kentucky, and died September 22, 1892 in Steuben County, Corning, New York.

Children of LUCY BATES and LORENTUS SHORT are:
 i. ELMIRA9 SHORT, b. 1842; m. FULLER.
21. ii. CHARLES B. SHORT, b. 1844, Westfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; d. 1886, Painted Post, Steuben County, New York.
 iii. ELIZABETH ANN SHORT, b. 1845.
22. iv. SILAS SHORT, b. 1848, Town of Barrington; d. June 11, 1917, Cooper Plains, Steuben County, New York.
23. v. CHARLOTTE SHORT, b. 1854, Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York; d. 1890, Hedgeville, Steuben County, New York.
24. vi. CELESTIA SHORT, b. 1857; d. October 10, 1902, Himrod, New York.
25. vii. FRANK LEMUEL SHORT, b. 1864; d. 1928, Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York.

18.  JANE8 BATES (RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1828, and died 1895.  She married NICHOLAS HITCHCOCK.  He was born 1825, and died 1896.

Children of JANE BATES and NICHOLAS HITCHCOCK are:
26. i. ANSEL J.9 HITCHCOCK, b. 1863.
 ii. LOUISE H. HITCHCOCK, b. 1863.

19.  SARAH8 BATES (RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born May 25, 1835 in Chemung County, and died June 12, 1922 in Beaver Dams, Schuyler County.  She married ALBERT HAVENS.  He was born August 12, 1832 in Tompkins County, NY, and died October 17, 1904 in Beaver Dams, Schuyler County.
Schuyler co., NY 

20.  MARY ELIZABETH8 BACON (DANIEL DOUBLEDAY7, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1846, and died 1881.  She married SEVELLON ALDEN STUART.  He was born 1845, and died 1926.

Children of MARY BACON and SEVELLON STUART are:
27. i. OLIN D.9 STUART, b. 1875.
 ii. ROSCOE BYRON STUART, b. 1872; d. 1892.
28. iii. JAY BACON STUART, b. 1879; d. 1964.

Generation No. 9

21.  CHARLES B.9 SHORT (LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1844 in Westfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, and died 1886 in Painted Post, Steuben County, New York.

Notes for CHARLES B. SHORT:
Campbell - Civil War Veterans 
Short, Charles B. 3 NY L Art     Campbell 

Children of CHARLES B. SHORT are:
 i. HARRY10 SHORT, b. 1872; d. 1874.
 ii. GRACE SHORT.
 iii. FRANCELIA SHORT, m. JOELS.

22.  SILAS9 SHORT (LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1848 in Town of Barrington, and died June 11, 1917 in Cooper Plains, Steuben County, New York.  He married MARY J. BREWSTER.  She was born Abt. 1863.

Child of SILAS SHORT and MARY BREWSTER is:
 i. EDWARD J.10 SHORT, b. Abt. 1890.

23.  CHARLOTTE9 SHORT (LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1854 in Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York, and died 1890 in Hedgeville, Steuben County, New York.  She married JOHN ROBINSON.  He was born 1844.
Children of CHARLOTTE SHORT and JOHN ROBINSON are:
 i. MINA10 ROBINSON, b. 1886; d. 1903.
 ii. FRANCIS ROBINSON, b. 1892.
 iii. HAROLD ROBINSON, b. 1896; d. 1897.
 iv. CARRIE ROBINSON.
 v. WILLIS ROBINSON.
 vi. NINA ROBINSON.

24.  CELESTIA9 SHORT (LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1857, and died October 10, 1902 in Himrod, New York.  She married ROBERT STANTON CORNISH, son of ALBERT CORNISH and BETSEY MOORE.  He was born 1856 in Pultney, New York, and died February 13, 1908 in Himrod, New York.

Children of CELESTIA SHORT and ROBERT CORNISH are:
 i. EDITH10 CORNISH, m. M.A. HOLLENBECK.
 ii. EDNA CORNISH.
 iii. FLORIDA CORNISH.
 iv. LELA CORNISH.
 v. ROBERT STANTON CORNISH.
29. vi. ALBERT LORAN CORNISH, b. April 27, 1879; d. January 15, 1932.
30. vii. LUCY ANN CORNISH, b. July 15, 1882; d. August 21, 1932.
 viii. ROBERT CORNISH, b. February 24, 1894, Himrod, New York; d. April 10, 1900, Himrod, New York.
 ix. EARL GLEN CORNISH, b. July 03, 1896, Himrod, New York; d. November 18, 1941, Penn Yann, New York.

25.  FRANK LEMUEL9 SHORT (LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1864, and died 1928 in Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York.  He married MARY EDITH BEMENT 1895 in Steuben County, New York, daughter of IRA BEMENT and MARY ROCKWELL.  She was born 1875 in Roseville, Pennsylvania, and died 1949 in Painted Post, New York.
Children of FRANK SHORT and MARY BEMENT are:
31. i. CHARLOTTE EMMA10 SHORT, b. July 10, 1896, East Campbell, Steuben County, New York; d. 1975, Elmira, New York.
32. ii. FRANCIS IRA SHORT, b. May 14, 1900; d. 1972, Corning, New York.
33. iii. HAROLD WINFRED SHORT, b. 1905; d. 1961.
 iv. CHARLES RAYMOND SHORT, b. October 10, 1907, Galeton, Pennsylvania; d. April 06, 1989, Bath, New York.
34. v. Living
26.  ANSEL J.9 HITCHCOCK (JANE8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1863.  He married LIZZIE. 

Child of ANSEL HITCHCOCK and LIZZIE is:
35. i. NICHOLAS J.10 HITCHCOCK.

27.  OLIN D.9 STUART (MARY ELIZABETH8 BACON, DANIEL DOUBLEDAY7, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1875.  He married MINNIE M. GUYER. 

Children of OLIN STUART and MINNIE GUYER are:
 i. HAROLD10 STUART.
 ii. RALPH STUART.

28.  JAY BACON9 STUART (MARY ELIZABETH8 BACON, DANIEL DOUBLEDAY7, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1879, and died 1964.  He married GRACE SHERMAN.  She was born 1884, and died 1933.

Child of JAY STUART and GRACE SHERMAN is:
36. i. MILDRED ELIZABETH10 STUART, b. 1905; d. 1962.

Generation No. 10

29.  ALBERT LORAN10 CORNISH (CELESTIA9 SHORT, LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born April 27, 1879, and died January 15, 1932.  He married ELIZABETH ELLEN HATCHER. 

Children of ALBERT CORNISH and ELIZABETH HATCHER are:
 i. DONALD11 CORNISH.
 ii. LOREN MILTON CORNISH.
 iii. RAY WILLIAMS CORNISH.
 iv. (LIVING) CORNISH.
 v. (LIVING) CORNISH.
 vi. (LIVING) CORNISH.

30.  LUCY ANN10 CORNISH (CELESTIA9 SHORT, LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born July 15, 1882, and died August 21, 1932.  She married DAVID TRAVIS. 

Children of LUCY CORNISH and DAVID TRAVIS are:
 i. LEON11 TRAVIS, b. November 18, 1901; d. June 16, 1932.
 ii. ARTHUR TRAVIS, b. June 09, 1903; d. August 13, 1937.
 iii. MAUDE TRAVIS, b. July 17, 1906; d. February 25, 1935.

31.  CHARLOTTE EMMA10 SHORT (FRANK LEMUEL9, LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born July 10, 1896 in East Campbell, Steuben County, New York, and died 1975 in Elmira, New York.  She married EDWIN F. WOOD. 
Children of CHARLOTTE SHORT and EDWIN WOOD are:
37. i. Living
38. ii. Living

32.  FRANCIS IRA10 SHORT (FRANK LEMUEL9, LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born May 14, 1900, and died 1972 in Corning, New York.  He married ELLA LOUISE STRAIT.  She was born 1914, and died 1960.
Children of FRANCIS SHORT and ELLA STRAIT are:
 i. Living.
ii.     Living
iii. Living. 
 iv. Living

33.  HAROLD WINFRED10 SHORT (FRANK LEMUEL9, LUCY E.8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1905, and died 1961.  He married WINIFRED SPEARS June 15, 1935. 

Children of HAROLD SHORT and WINIFRED SPEARS are:
42. i. Living
43. ii. Living.
44. iii. Living.

34.Living 

35.  NICHOLAS J.10 HITCHCOCK (ANSEL J.9, JANE8 BATES, RHODA7 BACON, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1)  He married BESSIE STONE. 

Children of NICHOLAS HITCHCOCK and BESSIE STONE are:
 i. GLADYS11 HITCHCOCK.
 ii. MARJORIE HITCHCOCK.
 

36.  MILDRED ELIZABETH10 STUART (JAY BACON9, MARY ELIZABETH8 BACON, DANIEL DOUBLEDAY7, ISAIAH6, ASA5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, MICHAEL1) was born 1905, and died 1962.  She married THOMAS BURDICK MITCHELL. 

Child of MILDRED STUART and THOMAS MITCHELL is:
 i. JOHN STUART11 MITCHELL, b. 1928; m. PHYLLIS JEAN DUNBAR.

Generation No. 11

37. Living
38. Living 
39  Living
40. Living 
41. Living 
42  Living
43  Living
43. Living 
44. Living
45 Living

 Generations 12 and 13 are private.

If anyone can add to the information gathered please have them contact Linda Short at : lshort@stny.rr.com Thank you


Descendants of Stephen T. BLY


1-Stephen T. BLY, son of Job BLY and Freelove WATSON , was born on 19 Oct 1816 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY, died on 4 Sep 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, at age 83, and was buried in Stewart Cem. (Red School Dist.), Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

General Notes: Record of Deaths, Tioga Co PA Book 1 Page 79 record #7
Age 83 years 10 months, 12 days. Occupation - Soldier. Born Green, Chenango Co. NY. Place of death - Holden St., Osceola Tioga Co PA Paralysis for 5 weeks. Interned Owlville Cemetery Woodhull NY 4 Sept 1900. Father Joseph Bly [wrong father].

Cemetery marker says d. Sept. 2, 1901 at age 83 yrs, 10 mo., 22 days 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Carpenter and Farmer 

• He served in the military in Civil War 86Th Infantry. Letter from the Adjutant General's Office to Helen Bly Plosila:
"The records of this office show that Stephen Bly aged 44 years, born in Green, Chenango County, New York, and by occupation a farmer, was enrolled and mustered into the service to date October 31, 1861, as a Private, Company H, 86th Regiment New York Infantry at Elmira, New York, and was honorably descharged as a wagoner, March 13, 1863, by reason of disability, at Camp Near Falmouth, Virginia." 

Stephen married Elizabeth B. ANDREWS , daughter of Philo ANDREWS and Roxanna MEECHUM or MEACHAM . They had eight children: Leroy F., Ephraim, Wealthy A., Mary Elizabeth, Roxanna, Delos, Lewis Beardsley , and Gideon J.

2-Leroy F. BLY was born on 14 Sep 1837 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY, died on 17 Apr 1913 in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY, at age 75, and was buried in Pioneer/Austinburg Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in 1880 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Farmer 

Leroy married Emily COOK about 1864. They had seven children: Elmer S., Kenyon J., Elizabeth, Abigale, Welthy, Fred F. , and Leroy F.

3-Elmer S. BLY was born about 1864 in NY. 

Elmer married Mary FRENCH . They had two children: Ethel E. and Elmer M.

3-Kenyon J. BLY was born about 1866 in NY, died on 12 Nov 1935 in Brookfield, Tioga Co., PA, about age 69, and was buried in Plank Cemetery, Brookfield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

Kenyon married Anna M. OLIVER on 26 Jun 1895 in Coudersport, Potter Co., PA. 

3-Elizabeth BLY was born about 1868 in PA. 

Elizabeth married Frank BULLOCK on 11 Dec 1898 in Tuscarora, Steuben Co., NY. 

3-Abigale BLY was born about 1870 in NY. 

3-Welthy BLY was born about 1877 in NY. 

Welthy married HENDLEY

3-Fred F. BLY was born on 25 May 1874 in PA, died on 9 Dec 1952 in Bath, Steuben Co., NY, at age 78, and was buried in Brookfield Cem., Brookfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Fred married Nora V. HALL on 18 Jul 1908 in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY. They had one child: Lee

Fred next married Clara Morey SEELEY on 8 May 1923 in Jasper, Steuben Co., NY. They had one child: Lee Irvin

3-Leroy F. BLY was born in 1875 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY. 

Leroy married Olive VOSE , daughter of Charles A. VOSE and Osie B. BENSON , on 30 Aug 1930 in Wellsboro , Tioga Co., PA. 

2-Ephraim BLY was born on 11 Dec 1840 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY, died on 21 Dec 1891 in Coudersport, Potter Co., PA, at age 51, and was buried in Eulalia Cemetery, Coudersport, Potter Co., PA. Another name for Ephraim was Eff. 

General Notes: Unmarried, Suffered from rickets. 

2-Wealthy A. BLY was born on 7 Dec 1842 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY, died on 31 Jul 1910 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 67, and was buried in Stewart Cem. (Red School Dist.), Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

General Notes: 1880 census shows Dan, Wealthy, Charles D., Peter H., Rose A., and Fred together in Woodhull Twp. 1870 census shows Madison Stewart, Weltha, Chas, Adelbert, Lonesa and Minna Bell 78 in Woodhull. 

Wealthy married James Madison STEWART , son of Sylvester STEWART and Mindwell BAXTER , about 1858. They had four children: Charles D., Adelbert E., Frances Lonesa , and Peter Henry

Noted events in his life were:

• He served in the military in Civil War. Pension Certificate #183,892 

3-Charles D. STEWART was born on 15 Feb 1859 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 24 Aug 1941 in Orr Hill, NY, at age 82, and was buried in Addison Rural Cemetery, Addison Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Carpenter, farmer 

Charles married Minnie A. BAXTER , daughter of William BAXTER and Roxeylana Lucretia WEBSTER , on 20 Mar 1882. They had one child: James Matthew

3-Adelbert E. STEWART was born in 1864 in NY, died on 6 Apr 1872, at age 8, and was buried in Stewart Cem. (Red School Dist.), Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

3-Frances Lonesa STEWART was born in 1869 in NY, died on 23 Mar 1872, at age 3, and was buried in Stewart Cem. (Red School Dist.), Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

3-Peter Henry STEWART was born on 27 Feb 1871 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 19 Feb 1937 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 65, and was buried in Stewart Cem. (Red School Dist.), Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Peter married Lillian M. COOK , daughter of Egbert COOK and Clarissa HALLOCK , on 2 Mar 1890 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. They had seven children: Clarissa, Floyd P., Lena, Adelbert, Lillian, Lewis , and Robert

Wealthy next married Daniel C. COLVIN , son of Gaylord Griswold COLVIN and Ruth Hiltz COLVIN , on 7 Sep 1878 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. They had one child: Adelbert John

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Farmer 

• His obituary was published. -D. C. COLVIN-
Addison July 27-D.C. Colvin died at home near Borden, July 23 from injuries sustained on July 19 while standing in the barn watching his sons unload hay. A large stick of timber fell from the beam above him, striking him on the top of his head, knocking him over the brestgirt into the mow. He was unconscious for a little time. He suffered a great deal of pain the few days that he lived.
All was done for his relief that medical aid and good nursing could do. He leaves to mourn his loss, a wife, three sons and one daughter. Besides a number of grandchildren. He also leaves one sister. Mr. Colvin was born in Spring Mills Oct 26, 1835 and was 71 years of age. 
___________ 
Card of Thanks.
Addison, R.F.D.2, July 27,- Delbert(sic)Colvin, wife and mother wish to kindly thank their many friends and neighbors through The Leader, for their sympathy and aid during the illness and death of their father and husband. 

3-Adelbert John COLVIN was born on 20 Nov 1881 in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 25 Jul 1952 in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 70, and was buried in Borden, Elk Creek Cem., Woodhull, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Adelbert was Deb. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Dairy Farmer, Justice of the Peace, Practical Nurse 

• His obituary was published. Headline: Adelbert Colvin Dies Friday at Home in Borden 
WOODHULL - Adelbert J. Colvin, 70, died at his home in Borden, Woodhull Township, yesterday at 10 a. m. 
Mr. Colvin, a well known practical nurse and civic leader throughout the area, was born November 20, 1881 to Daniel and Wealthy Bly Colvin in the same house in which he died. 
Mr. Colvin was very much interested in civic affairs and took an active part when advisable. He had lived in Borden all his life except for a few years when he served as an attendant at the Willard State Hospital. He was a member and past master of the Borden Grange and for 25 years had served as its director in the Patron Fire Relief Association at Steuben and Livingston Counties. He also served as a Justice of the Peace for the town of Woodhull for 25 years. 
His wife, Sarah Alexander Colvin died February 16, 1952. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Louise Bryan, Endicott; Mrs. Gladys Baird, Osceola Pa.; Mrs. Agnes Giometti, Elmira and Mrs. Grace Murray, Addison; one sister, Mrs. Rose Newland, Addison; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. 
The body has been removed from the Smith Funeral Home in Woodhull to the late residence on the Woodhull-Borden road where the funeral will be held Monday at 2 p. m. The Rev. Dr. S. Atwood Allen, pastor of the Woodhull Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in the Borden Cemetery. 

Adelbert married Sarah Estelle ALEXANDER , daughter of James Gibson ALEXANDER and Sarah Lydia PADDOCK , on 1 Apr 1903 in Geneva, NY, Rev.N. B. Remick. They had four children: Louise Helene, Gladys Viola, Agnes Irene , and Grace Roxanna

Noted events in her life were:

• She was employed. Trained Nurse 

2-Mary Elizabeth BLY was born on 28 Nov 1845 and died on 14 Mar 1848 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY, at age 2. 

2-Roxanna BLY was born on 17 Apr 1847 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY, died on 13 Jun 1888, at age 41, and was buried in Borden, Elk Creek Cem., Woodhull, Steuben Co., NY. Other names for Roxanna were Any, and Roxany. 

Roxanna married Dwight COOK . They had one child: Franklin (Cook)

3-Franklin (Cook) HOLLEY was born about 1865 in NY and died about 1932, about age 67. 

General Notes: Frank Cook took on his step father's name: Holley.

In 1870 census with Stephen BLY family: Franklin COOK 5 yrs. 

Roxanna next married John HOLLEY . They had one child: Eliza

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in 1880 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Laborer 

3-Eliza HOLLEY was born on 28 Apr 1871 in Brookfield, Tioga Co., PA, died on 26 Nov 1958 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 87, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Eliza married Adelbert A. BAKER , son of Daniel BAKER and Mariette E. SPENCER , on 25 Jul 1888 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY. They had three children: Rena, John , and Archie

2-Delos BLY was born on 15 May 1849 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY, died on 17 Jan 1878 in Tuscarora, Steuben Co., NY, at age 28, and was buried in Orr Hill Cem., Tuscarora, Steuben Co., NY. 

Delos married Roxeylana BAXTER , daughter of William BAXTER and Roxeylana Lucretia WEBSTER , on 2 Jan 1875. They had one child: Lillian S.

3-Lillian S. BLY was born in 1876, died in 1927 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 51, and was buried in Addison Rural Cemetery, Addison Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Lillian married James Thompson ERWIN on 24 Dec 1894 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY. They had three children: Nina, Nellie , and James T.

2-Lewis Beardsley BLY was born on 4 Jun 1852 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 9 Nov 1905 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, at age 53, and was buried on 11 Nov 1905 in Stewart Cem. (Red School Dist.), Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

General Notes: Death was as a result of being kicked in the head by a horse while staying at Daniel C and Wealthy Colvin's farm in Borden NY.

Elkland Journal Tioga Co. PA 1905 - 16 Nov Death. Bly, Lewis Aged 54 years, a former resident of South Woodhull, NY died Thursday of last week at the home of Horace Mosier in Osceola.

Record of Death Tioga Co. PA Line 33 Lewis Bly Date of death 9 Nov 1905 Male, age 52, Occupation - Laborer, Place of birth -can't find out, Place of death - Holder St. at Horace Mosliers, cause of death - kicked by horse, Duration of last illness - 9 days , Place of Interment - Woodhull, NY Steward Cemetery, Date of Interment - 11 Nov 1905, Name of parents - blank, Date of Record - 21 Dec 1905 

Lewis married Georgeanna "Anna" Thomas BUSH , daughter of Hiram THOMAS and Elmina A. CLOUGH , on 4 Jan 1881 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY. They had six children: Mercy Anna, Delos R., Stephen Thomas, Thoedore Bush, Mable Viola , and Earl Victor

3-Mercy Anna BLY was born on 22 Oct 1883 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY, died on 25 Dec 1948 in Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., OH, at age 65, and was buried in Glenwood Cem., Ashtabula, OH. 

Mercy married Robert S. GETCHEL , son of GUETCHOW and Unknown , on 10 Nov 1914. 

Mercy next married E. H. WILLIAMS on 15 Feb 1903 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

3-Delos R. BLY was born on 25 Mar 1885 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY, died about 1945 in Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., OH, about age 60, and was buried in Glenwood Cem., Ashtabula, OH. 

Delos married Minnie GUETCHOW , daughter of GUETCHOW and Unknown . They had one child: Donald Ralph

3-Stephen Thomas BLY was born on 2 Nov 1887 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 7 Jan 1942 in Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., OH, at age 54, and was buried on 11 Jan 1942 in Glenwood Cem., Ashtabula, OH. 

Stephen married Eva McKNIGHT on 29 Dec 1908 in Jefferson, Ashtabula Co., OH. They had three children: Helen Mary, James Edward , and Robert Delos

Stephen next married Mary Parker SCHEID on 10 Nov 1921. 

3-Thoedore Bush BLY was born on 10 Aug 1894 in Wellsboro , Tioga Co., PA and died in 1961 in Erie, Erie Co., PA, at age 67. 

Thoedore married Helen Winfred TERRILL on 9 Jan 1918 in Westfield, NY. They had one child: Richard Terrill

3-Mable Viola BLY was born on 4 Jul 1898 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died in 1974, at age 76, and was buried in Glenwood Cem., Ashtabula, OH. 

Mable married Roland Joseph STARKEY on 11 Apr 1921 in Ashtabula, OH. 

3-Earl Victor BLY was born on 20 May 1902 in Stueben Co., NY, died on 26 Apr 1961 in Andover, OH, at age 58, and was buried in Maple Grove Cem., Andover, OH. 

Earl married Hazel Isabelle PALMER on 4 Aug 1930. 

2-Gideon J. BLY was born on 31 Jan 1858 in NY, died on 9 Jan 1926 in Wellsboro , Tioga Co., PA, at age 67, and was buried in Wellsboro Cem., Tioga Co., PA. Another name for Gideon was Gid. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Building Contractor, Wellsboro, PA 

Gideon married Helen A. BRIGGS in 1880. They had three children: John Henry, Leona N. , and Hazel M.

3-John Henry BLY was born on 16 Nov 1882 in Wellsboro , Tioga Co., PA, died on 10 Mar 1925 in Hornellsville Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 42, and was buried in Hornellsville Rural Cemetery, Steuben Co., NY. 

John married Lulu Grace BAER , daughter of Irvin BAER and Unknown , on 4 Apr 1906 in Wellsboro , Tioga Co., PA. They had four children: Merle John, Helen G., Robert Lyle , and Richard

3-Leona N. BLY was born on 21 Jul 1886 in Wellsboro , Tioga Co., PA. 

Leona married Thomas Charles WOODS on 22 Nov 1905 in Wellsboro , Tioga Co., PA. They had two children: Thomas Earl and William Bly

3-Hazel M. BLY was born on 16 Mar 1894 in Wellsboro , Tioga Co., PA and died on an unknown date. 

Hazel married Joseph A. SMITH on 25 Jul 1917 in Coudersport, Potter Co., PA. 

Hazel next married Steven GORSKY after 1937. 

Stephen next married Antonetta "Nettie" HOTCHKISS , daughter of John Norris HOTCHKISS and Hannah VAN WIE , on 8 Apr 1894 in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. They had no children. 

Submitted by Paul Giometti email: pgiometti@gmail.com
 



 
 
Descendants of Oliver Campbell

Generation No. 1

1.  OLIVER2 CAMPBELL  (MALE1) was born November 11, 1834 in Canisteo, Steuben Co,  NY  [Shows in 1850-1900 Census of NY], and died March 16, 1909 in City of Hornell, Steuben Co, NY [D.Cert. at Hornell City Clerks office].  He married MARY E. SMITH December 08, 1860 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  (MR) in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY, daughter of DAVID SMITH and ABIGAIL BLY.  She was born December 10, 1846 in Dansville, Livingston Co, NY [according to cemetery list]  1900 Census says born Dec. 1846, and died May 09, 1927 in City of Hornell, Steuben Co, NY [Also in a house on Rt. 36 Canisteo, NY].

Notes for OLIVER CAMPBELL:

Oliver Campbell in the Census of Steuben Co, NY

1850 page 91  Hartsville   Age 15  living with Atwell Cook as a hired man
1855 page 25  Hartsville   Age 21   hired man living with Wm & Eliza Hamilton, states born in CANISTEO
1860 page 19 Canisteo  Age 26  Farming and living with Eason Hart family
1870 page   9 Hartsville  Age 37  Farmer  Farm value $500  with Mary E. and his 4 sons
                    John W., Robert, George, Lawrence
1875 page 77 Hornellsville ward 2
1880               Hornellsville  Railroad laborer   Age 48  b. NY   Parents both born (UNKNOWN)
    Wife Mary E. Campbell   Age 33  Keeping House  Parents both born NY
     Son  John W. Campbell   age 13  at school
     Son Lawrence   age 9  st school
1892 page   9 Hornellsville ward 5
1900   Ward 5, Hornellsville   Age 88  Mary, Lawrence, David Smith and Abigail Bly Smith all in household together.
1905 page 31 Hornell City  ward 5

     Mary E. Campbell   (Mary's parents both born in Michigan 1920 census)
1910  Hornell City  Ward 5   Age 64   Widow   John & Lawrence living with her
1920  Hornell City  Ward 5  Age 77   Widow   John age 52 laborer and Lawrence age 52  with her
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There is a Sally Campbell buried in Hillside Cemetery Canisteo  1817-1893
Another one  Mrs. Sarah Campbell  buried in Gully Cemetery, Jasper  no dates  age 74/10/06

Found this :

John Campell      &   Sarah Reese

   1. Martin
       17 Mar 1822 Warren PA
       17 Mar 1906 Jasper, Steuben Co, NY

Then I found this also

Robert Campbell         &   Sally Hamblin
13 Oct 1809  Warren PA
11 Dec 1897 Kane, McKean, PA

More About OLIVER CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1909, Hope Cemetery, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  lot 623
Census: 1855, Oliver states he was born in Canisteo, NY
Military service: August 16, 1862, Enlisted in Civil War  (Age 29)at Hornellsville, NY
Residence: 1850, Hartsville, Steuben Co, NY, with Atwell Cook family, Atwell (Jesse, Orange, Seth possibly his ancestry)
Source: Steuben County Death Certificate for Oliver.

Notes for MARY E. SMITH:
Oscar used to tell of going to "Grandma" Campbells house when he was very young. He said she had very straight long black hair. She would go into the pantry and get an egg and hide it behind her so the kids wouldn't see what she had.  She would then use it for whatever she was cooking.  This behavior must have been from her Indian background. 

More About MARY E. SMITH:
Burial: 1927, Hope Cemetery, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  lot 623
Census: 1860, Hartsville, Steuben Co, NY  Age 15  (Must be where Oliver met her when he was working in Hartsville in 1850)
Fact 1: Oscar remembered her as looking Indian, said to be an Indian Princess
Fact 2: Oscar said she would get an egg and hide it behind her backso noone would see what she had.
Fact 3: She had very long black(graying) hair in braids

Children of OLIVER CAMPBELL and MARY SMITH are:
 i. GEORGE B.3 CAMPBELL, b. January 27, 1863, Steuben Co, NY; d. August 18, 1872, Steuben Co, NY   Age 9.

More About GEORGE B. CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1872

 ii. FRANK CAMPBELL, b. January 01, 1865, Steuben Co, NY; d. May 30, 1872, Steuben Co, NY   Age 7.

More About FRANK CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1872

2. iii. JOHN W. CAMPBELL, b. March 16, 1867, Hartsville, Steuben Co, NY  1900 Census says b. August 1865; d. January 09, 1942, Village of  Bath, Steuben Co, NY.
 iv. LAWRENCE CAMPBELL, b. October 11, 1869, Hartsville, Twp of Hornellsville, Steuben Co, NY; d. January 11, 1928, City of Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  Age 59.

More About LAWRENCE CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1928, Hope Cemetery, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  lot 623
Census 1: 1880, Hornellsville, Steuben Co, NY  Age 9  at school
Census 2: 1900, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  Age 31  Living with parents  never married

 v. ROBERT CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1872, Hartsville, Steuben Co, NY; d. Abt. 1898, Military, Missing in Action { Spanish-American War?}.

Generation No. 2

2.  JOHN W.3 CAMPBELL (OLIVER2, MALE1) was born March 16, 1867 in Hartsville, Steuben Co, NY  1900 Census says b. August 1865, and died January 09, 1942 in Village of  Bath, Steuben Co, NY.  He married CORA B. HAGADORNE February 28, 1884 in Hornell, Steuben Co, NY, daughter of JAMES HAGADORN and MARTHA MCDADE.  She was born November 09, 1866 in Jamestown, NY, and died December 14, 1933 in City of Hornell, Steuben Co, NY (DR)  [Stone says d. 1934, may be interment date due to weather].

More About JOHN W. CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1942, Steuben County Home Cemetery  Lot #529
Census 1: 1880, Hornellsville, Steuben Co, NY  Age 13  at school
Census 2: 1890, Would maybe have been age 23  at Smith Mills, Cataragus Co, NY  as he was there in 1887
Census 3: 1900, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 34  Tannery worker 
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: Protestant by faith

Notes for CORA B. HAGADORNE:
1920 Cora lists a grand daughter Hattie/Kattie/Kallie  age 3y9m  living with her and the kids in Canisteo.

More About CORA B. HAGADORNE:
Burial: 1933, Hillside Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1900, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 33
Census 2: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 42  Living alone with children
Census 3: 1920, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 53  living alone with children
Religion: Catholic by Faith

Children of JOHN CAMPBELL and CORA HAGADORNE are:
3. i. GEORGE B.4 CAMPBELL, b. April 15, 1885, Steuben Co, NY; d. February 1970, Steuben Co, NY  [SS Death benefit sent to Buffalo, Erie Co, NY].
4. ii. FREDERICK ALBERT CAMPBELL, b. March 08, 1887, Smiths Mills, NY [east of Dunkirk near Cattaragus Indian Reservation]; d. 1947, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY.
 iii. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, b. December 1891, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. Unknown, Possibly changed name to Wm. O'Brien].

More About WILLIAM CAMPBELL:
Census 1: 1900, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 8
Military service: Abt. 1908, Joined the Navy, never came home
Misc: Fred looked for him for years, never found him.

5. iv. EDWARD CHARLES CAMPBELL, b. February 14, 1893, Steuben Co, NY; d. December 04, 1957, Steuben Co, NY.
6. v. MARTHA ELLEN CAMPBELL, b. May 29, 1896, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. December 07, 1918, Flu epidemic, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY.
7. vi. ADELBERT SETH "DELBERT" CAMPBELL, b. August 1898, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. 1970, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY [ from his headstone].
 vii. ALICE CAMPBELL, b. 1903, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY; d. January 20, 1969, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY; m. (1) OLIVER J. SMITH, March 29, 1924, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  (MR); b. 1897, Wellsville, NY; d. 1947, Unknown; m. (2) WILLIAM HARRISON MULLNER, September 04, 1926, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  (MR); b. 1892, Middletown, Orange Co, NY; d. October 24, 1947, Steuben Co, NY.

More About ALICE CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1969, Hope Cemetery, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  lot 1027
Census 1: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 7
Census 2: 1920, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 19  at home

More About OLIVER J. SMITH:
Fact 3: s/o Marvin Smith and Emma White

More About WILLIAM HARRISON MULLNER:
Burial: Buried in Hope Cemetery, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  lot 1027
Obituary: Oscar said he was of Afro-American descent.

 viii. AGNES CAMPBELL, b. 1904, Steuben Co, NY; d. Unknown; m. JOHN A. PRENTICE, November 25, 1925, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY (MR); b. 1898, Possibly Steuben Co, NY; d. Unknown.

More About JOHN A. PRENTICE:
Fact 1: s/o Albert Prentice & Ellen VanOrsdale

8. ix. HARRIETT "AUNT HATTIE" AGNES CAMPBELL, b. September 03, 1905, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. July 18, 1935, City of Hornell, Steuben Co, NY.

Generation No. 3

3.  GEORGE B.4 CAMPBELL (JOHN W.3, OLIVER2, MALE1) was born April 15, 1885 in Steuben Co, NY, and died February 1970 in Steuben Co, NY  [SS Death benefit sent to Buffalo, Erie Co, NY].  He married (1) SUZANNE ROBINSON 1907 in Steuben Co, NY  1910 Census married 3 years.  She was born 1883 in Steuben Co, NY, and died 1938 in Steuben Co, NY.  He married (2) MYRA ESTELLA HULTS March 18, 1964 in Steuben Co, NY.  She was born January 29, 1896 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY, and died August 07, 1981 in Hornell, Steuben Co, NY [SS Death benefit sent to Canisteo,NY].

More About GEORGE B. CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1970, Stephens Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1900, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 15
Census 2: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 25  Laborer

More About SUZANNE ROBINSON:
Burial: 1938, Stephens Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 27

More About MYRA ESTELLA HULTS:
Burial: 1981, Village Cemetery, Jasper, Steuben Co, NY
Obituary: William H. Hults &Minnie Armenty Davis

Children of GEORGE CAMPBELL and SUZANNE ROBINSON are:
 i. CORA5 CAMPBELL, b. May 10, 1909, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. October 20, 2000, St. James Hospital, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY; m. JAMES HALLETT, September 03, 1930, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; b. Abt. 1914, Unknown; d. October 16, 1965, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY.

More About CORA CAMPBELL:
Burial: 2000, Woodlawn Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 11 months
Obituary: October 23, 2000, Corning Leader, Corning, Steuben Co, NY
Occupation: Westinghouse, Bath, Steuben Co, NY---Member A. F. G. W. U.
Religion: Member of Adrian Baptist Church & Independent Faith Baptist Church of Canisteo

More About JAMES HALLETT:
Burial: 1965, Woodlawn Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY

 ii. CHARLES CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1913, Steuben Co, NY; d. Unknown, 1990's; m. EVELYN FLINT, Abt. 1935, Steuben Co, NY; b. Abt. 1915, Steuben Co, NY.
 iii. LAWRENCE O. CAMPBELL, b. 1916, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. 1982, Steuben Co, NY.

More About LAWRENCE O. CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1982, Hillside Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY

 iv. JOHN CAMPBELL, b. 1918, Steuben Co, NY; d. 1956, Steuben Co, NY; m. ALBERTA I. SEELEY, Met in Ateuben Co, NY; b. 1922, Steuben Co, NY; d. 1975, Steuben Co, NY.

More About JOHN CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1956, Woodlawn Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Obituary: Electrocuted in Corning Glass Works, Corning, NY

More About ALBERTA I. SEELEY:
Burial: 1975, Woodlawn Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  (Buried as Alberta I. Campbell)

 v. VIVA CAMPBELL, b. September 03, 1920, New Jersey     of Fremont, Steuben Co, NY; d. October 30, 2003, At home of daughter Elnora McNaughton in Arkport, Steuben Co, NY; m. (1) WILLIAM MACGREGOR, Abt. 1937, Steuben Co, NY; b. 1918, Steuben Co, NY; d. 1959, No SSDI Benefit (either Farmer or Railroad worker); m. (2) WILLIAM WOODWORTH, Aft. 1960, Second marriage for Viva Campbell; b. March 12, 1908, Steuben Co, NY; d. January 1981, Fremont, Steuben Co, NY  SSDI sent to Arkport 14807, NY mailing address for Fremont.

More About VIVA CAMPBELL:
Burial: 2003, Rural Cemetery, Hornellsville, Steuben Co, NY  Obit Oct 31, 2003 Corning Leader
Religion: Member of Haskinsville Wesleyan Methodist
Residence: Moved to Canisteo at age 5

More About WILLIAM MACGREGOR:
Burial: 1959, Rural Cemetery, Hornellsville, Steuben Co, NY

More About WILLIAM WOODWORTH:
Burial: 1981, Maybe Rural Cemetery, Hornellsville, Steuben Co, NY

4.  FREDERICK ALBERT4 CAMPBELL (JOHN W.3, OLIVER2, MALE1) was born March 08, 1887 in Smiths Mills, NY [east of Dunkirk near Cattaragus Indian Reservation], and died 1947 in Hornell, Steuben Co, NY.  He married CARRIE LOUISE MAYNARD June 04, 1908 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY by Rev. Horace A. Crane, daughter of CHARLES MAYNARD and MARY PUTNAM.  She was born February 1887 in Freeman.  Tuscarora Twp,  Steuben Co, NY, and died 1968 in Unknown,  at her daughter Dorothy's home?.

Notes for FREDERICK ALBERT CAMPBELL:
Fred was born in Smiths Mills, NY. This town is near Dunkirk, NY on the edge of the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, near Gowanda, NY.  Oscar always said there was Indian blood in him.  I just don't know.  He also said that there was other Indian blood in the family, Putnam, Cook etc.,  I do not know about that yet either.

More About FREDERICK ALBERT CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1947, Village Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1900, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 13
Census 2: 1910, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY  Farmer  age 23
Census 3: 1920, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY  Farmer  age 33
Occupation: 1908, Tanner

More About CARRIE LOUISE MAYNARD:
Burial: 1968, VIllage Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1900, Tuscarora, Steuben Co, NY  Age 13
Census 2: 1910, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY  age 23 
Census 3: 1920, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY  age 32

Children of FREDERICK CAMPBELL and CARRIE MAYNARD are:
 i. DOROTHY MELISSA5 CAMPBELL, b. June 19, 1909, Howard, Steuben Co, NY; d. December 11, 1998, Rt 414 Corning NY at home of Daughter Barbara McFall; m. (1) GEORGE W. BONHAM, June 22, 1926, Addison, Steuben Co, NY  (MR); b. 1888, Unknown; d. 1952, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY; m. (2) JOHN "JACK" RARRICK, April 02, 1953, Addison, Steuben Co, NY; b. December 14, 1882, Steuben Co, NY; d. December 1968, SS Death benefit sent to Beaver Dams, Steuben Co, NY; m. (3) JOHN BOGART, Abt. 1973, NY State; b. Abt. 1914, Unknown; d. Unknown, Chemung Co, NY ?.

More About DOROTHY MELISSA CAMPBELL:
Burial: December 14, 1998, Village Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Census: 1910, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY  age 10 months
Obituary: Parents lived on a Tenant Farm when she was born.

More About GEORGE W. BONHAM:
Burial: 1952, Village Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Fact 3: Farmer

More About JOHN "JACK" RARRICK:
Obituary: s/o Adam Rarrick & Sarah Miller

 ii. CHARLES E. CAMPBELL, b. 1912, Norway Ridge home, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY; d. December 1952, St. James Hospital, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY.

Notes for CHARLES E. CAMPBELL:
Charles was just 39 years old when he needed hernia surgery. He entered St. James Hospital shortly before Christmas in 1952.  He developed hiccups after surgery and they would not stop so he was kept in the hospital.  Christmas eve, Oscar decided to stay with Charles all night as he was not doing very well. He was not making any verbal sense. The nurses said he could not stay, to go home and they would be watching him.  They were having a floor Christmas party. Charles got out of bed and wandered out of the hospital into the cold in pajamas and bare feet. It was very cold that night. When the nurses finally, 2 hours later discovered him missing, they sent people to look for him and found him with his feet frost bitten and suffering from hypothermia.  He died shortly after that. His mother tried to sue the hospital for wrongful death, but Attorney Knapp said you could not sue a mercy institution and nothing more was done. The laws then were much different than today. 

Charles owned a farm with his mother Carrie on the Woodhull-Borden Road. He had never married or had children.  Oscar and Flora later lived on the same farm.

More About CHARLES E. CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1952, Village Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Cause of Death: Effects of hypothermia.
Census: 1920, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY  age 7
Education: Educated in Country schools of Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Medical Information: Had rupture surgery just before Christmas. Escaped St. James Hospital in nightclothes and froze on the streets of Hornell. Nurses having a Christmas party and not watching patients.
Military service: Bet. 1914 - 1918, Veteran of WW11
Misc: Never married --no children
Obituary: Died shortly after hernia surgery, got out of Hospital, froze to death.
Occupation: Farmer

 iii. OSCAR FREDERICK CAMPBELL, b. August 07, 1914, Freeman, Steuben Co, NY; d. February 17, 1994, IDM Hospital, Bath, Steuben CO, NY; m. (1) EDITH MOYER, October 14, 1936, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY; b. 1919, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY; m. (2) FLORA JANE (NEE) CAMPBELL, 1949, Elkland, PA  at Good News Mission by Rev. Frank Russell, Sr.; b. June 18, 1933, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; m. (3) ANNETTE CELIA MYERS, August 12, 1978, Almond, Allegany Co, NY Union of Churchesby Rev E. Read; b. October 12, 1942, Bethesda Hospital, North Hornell, Steuben Co, NY.

More About OSCAR FREDERICK CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1994, Village Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Census: 1920, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY  age 5
Education: Educated in Country schools of Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Obituary: Interested in gardening, country music.
Occupation: Farmer, Carpenter and Railroad employee.
Retirement: Retired in 1970 from Sterling-Homex of Avon, NY

More About EDITH MOYER:
Obituary: d/o Wilson Moyer & Amelia Baker

More About FLORA JANE (NEE) CAMPBELL:
Fact 3: Employed by Phillips Inc, Bath, NY
Fact 4: Attended Canisteo Academy-quit to get married at age 16.

More About ANNETTE CELIA MYERS:
Education: 1960 Graduate of Campbell Central School
Obituary: Hobby is Family Genealogy, Stamp Collecting
Occupation: Owner & Operator of Shoe Co-op in Campbell, NY 1958-1967
Religion: Member of Church of Nazarene 1965-1967

5.  EDWARD CHARLES4 CAMPBELL (JOHN W.3, OLIVER2, MALE1) was born February 14, 1893 in Steuben Co, NY, and died December 04, 1957 in Steuben Co, NY.  He married JENNIE MAE VAIL August 28, 1912 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY.  She was born October 03, 1889 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY, and died October 1980 in E.Main Street, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY [just a few days after her birthday].

More About EDWARD CHARLES CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1957, Hillside Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1900, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 7
Census 2: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 18

More About JENNIE MAE VAIL:
Burial: 1980, Hillside Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Obituary: d/o George Vail & Martha Dennis(later married a Stewart)

Children of EDWARD CAMPBELL and JENNIE VAIL are:
 i. FORREST EDWARD5 CAMPBELL, b. July 29, 1916, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. November 03, 1968, Longview, WA; m. MARY ELLEN NOLAN, January 02, 1936, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY; b. July 19, 1919, Roulette, Potter Co, PA.

More About MARY ELLEN NOLAN:
Obituary: d/o James Henry Nolan & Chloe Azuba Langs

 ii. ROBERT W. CAMPBELL, b. April 17, 1918, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  [Annette has 1913 according to stone reading]; d. 1967, E.Main Street Home, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY [Lived with his mother]; m. (1) MADELINE UNKNOWN; m. (2) FRANCES JACKSON, November 26, 1934, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  (MR); b. Abt. 1920, Unknown.

More About ROBERT W. CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1967, Hillside Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY

More About FRANCES JACKSON:
Fact 3: d/o Charles Jackson & Minnie Green

 iii. MILTON D. CAMPBELL, b. May 01, 1919, Steuben Co, NY; d. Lived at Harpers Trailer Court, 23 Wayside Dr. Rochester, NY 14523 in 1990; m. FRANCES I. CONE, May 15, 1939, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY (MR); b. 1921.

More About FRANCES I. CONE:
Obituary: d/o Floyd D. Cone & Frances M. Morris

 iv. MARTHA J. CAMPBELL, b. December 16, 1922, Steuben Co, NY  1999 of Florida; d. Photo taken at 1957 Reunion with Howard Reynolds [Lives in Florida in 1999]; m. (1) FLOYD A. GORDON, July 04, 1940, Hornellsville, Steuben Co, NY; b. 1920; m. (2) HOWARD REYNOLDS, Aft. 1942, Probably Rochester, Monroe Co, NY; b. Abt. 1920, of Rochester, Monroe Co, NY.

More About FLOYD A. GORDON:
Obituary: s/o Alfred Gordon & Mena Towers

6.  MARTHA ELLEN4 CAMPBELL (JOHN W.3, OLIVER2, MALE1) was born May 29, 1896 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY, and died December 07, 1918 in Flu epidemic, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY.  She married ARTHUR STEPHEN COOK September 28, 1915 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  (MR) in Canisteo  by Rev. C. S. Roush  witnesses E. C. Campbell & Mrs Jennie Campbell, son of E. COOK and EMMA COLE.  He was born April 27, 1894 in Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  of Canisteo in 1925, and died 1957.

More About MARTHA ELLEN CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1918
Census 1: 1900, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 4
Census 2: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 14

More About ARTHUR STEPHEN COOK:
Burial: 1957, Hillside Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Obituary: s/o Edgar Cook & Estella Cole
Occupation: 1915, Laborer

Child of MARTHA CAMPBELL and ARTHUR COOK is:
 i. ROLAND5 COOK, b. August 18, 1916, Rochester, Monroe Co, NY; d. February 14, 1993, Rochester, Monroe Co, NY; m. FEMALE UNKNOWN, Abt. 1938, Rochester, Monroe Co, NY; b. Abt. 1918, Probably Rochester, Monroe Co, NY.

More About ROLAND COOK:
Burial: 1993

7.  ADELBERT SETH "DELBERT"4 CAMPBELL (JOHN W.3, OLIVER2, MALE1) was born August 1898 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY, and died 1970 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY [ from his headstone].  He married EUPHEMA ROHEMA RICE December 25, 1922 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY according to Flora, (Yvonne says Woodhull, NY.  She was born 1906 in Rexville, Steuben Co, NY, and died Unknown in 1980's Funeral at Browns, Canisteo, NY[ Annette attended but have forgotten exact year].

More About ADELBERT SETH "DELBERT" CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1970, Woodlawn Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1900, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 1 
Census 2: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 11
Census 3: 1920, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 15  should be 21
Medical Information: Victim of Polio-had a crippled leg. Did not walk well.

More About EUPHEMA ROHEMA RICE:
Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Obituary: d/o Male Rice & Female Margeson

Children of ADELBERT CAMPBELL and EUPHEMA RICE are:
 i. RAYMOND L.5 CAMPBELL, b. January 17, 1924, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. November 16, 2002, St. James Mercy Hospital, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY  (Obit-The Leader 18 Nov, 2002); m. (1) MARY F. DAVIS, Abt. 1942; b. Abt. 1918, Steuben Co, NY    Living 2002 in Hornell, NY; m. (2) FEMALE MNU CAMPBELL, Bef. 1985, His second wife  They lived in Florida; b. either divorced or died bef 2002.

Notes for RAYMOND L. CAMPBELL:
Hornell Evening Tribune Obits November 18, 2002

RAYMOND L. CAMPBELL

CANISTEO---Raymond L. Campbell, 78, who resided with his daughter, Zelda Pursley, of 62 Greenwood St., passed away Saturday Nov. 16, 2002 at St. James Hospital.  Born in Canisteo, January 17, 1924, a son of Delbert and Euphemia Rice Campbell, he had resided nearly all his life in Canisteo.  He was a graduate of Canisteo Central School and Alfred University. He had been employed as superintendent of the Water and Sewer Department for the Village of Canisteo for several years prior to assuming the same position for the Town of Owego in 1975.  He had been a heavy equipment operator for several area construction companies and together with the Army Corp of Engineers was instrumental in the construction of the Almond Dam.  Ray had proudly served in the US Army during WW11.  Following retirement, he spent winters in St. Cloud, FL, and recently had enjoyed attendance at the "Mercy-Care Break".  Ray was predeceased by his parents; his brother, James Campbell and grandson, Lonnie Carney.  Surviving are three daughters, Zelda Pursley of Canisteo, Linda (Neil) Carney of Canisteo and Noreen (William] Townsend of Hornell; his former wife Mary F. Campbell of Hornell; two sisters, Helen [Lyle] Rogers of Michigan and Flora Jane Campbell of Hornell; three brothers, Richard and Bernard of Hornell and David of LeRoy; seven grandchildren including Steve Harrison of Canisteo and Tim Harrison of Arkport; eight great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. 
   The family will be present Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-8:30 pm to receive friends at the Brown & Powers Funeral Home, 6 Spruce St., Canisteo, where funeral services will follow calling hours at 8:30 pm, with Rev Brian Diffenbacher officiating. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Canisteo.  Memorials to go to Canisteo Ambulance Corp.

More About RAYMOND L. CAMPBELL:
Burial: 2002, Hillside Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Military service: WW11 Veteran of US Army
Occupation: Supt. of water & sewer for Village of Canisteo and also of the town of Oswego, NY

More About MARY F. DAVIS:
Misc: Became blind, was a piano player.

 ii. DAVID CAMPBELL, b. Unknown, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  of LeRoy, NY in 2002.
 iii. BERNARD CAMPBELL,SR., b. Unknown, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY  of Hornell, NY in 2002; m. SUSAN "GINGER" GRANT, Unknown, Steuben Co, NY; b. Unknown, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY.

More About SUSAN "GINGER" GRANT:
Obituary: d/o George Grant of Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY

 iv. JAMES CAMPBELL, b. 1931, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; d. 1945, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY.

More About JAMES CAMPBELL:
Burial: Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY
Cause of Death: Burns

 v. RICHARD CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1927, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY   of Hornell, NY in 2002; m. ANNA B. MOSHER, Abt. 1948, Steuben Co, NY; b. 1928, Steuben Co, NY; d. December 31, 2002, Schuyler Hospital  (Had been a resident of Bonnell Adult Home in Beaver Dams, NY).

More About ANNA B. MOSHER:
Burial: 2002, Village Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY

 vi. FLORA JANE (NEE) CAMPBELL, b. June 18, 1933, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY; m. (1) OSCAR FREDERICK CAMPBELL, 1949, Elkland, PA  at Good News Mission by Rev. Frank Russell, Sr.; b. August 07, 1914, Freeman, Steuben Co, NY; d. February 17, 1994, IDM Hospital, Bath, Steuben CO, NY;  m. (2) GARY KEDDY, Abt. 1997, Steuben Co, NY ?.

More About FLORA JANE (NEE) CAMPBELL:
Fact 3: Employed by Phillips Inc, Bath, NY
Fact 4: Attended Canisteo Academy-quit to get married at age 16.

More About OSCAR FREDERICK CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1994, Village Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Census: 1920, Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY  age 5
Education: Educated in Country schools of Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY
Obituary: Interested in gardening, country music.
Occupation: Farmer, Carpenter and Railroad employee.
Retirement: Retired in 1970 from Sterling-Homex of Avon, NY

 vii. HELEN CAMPBELL, b. Unknown, Steuben Co, NY   of Florida in 2001   of Michigan in 2002; m. (1) LYLE ROGERS; b. Unknown; m. (2) WARREN SACKETT,SR., Unknown, Steuben Co, NY; b. Unknown, Steuben Co, NY; d. December 1962, Steuben Co, NY.

Notes for WARREN SACKETT,SR.:
Warren T. Sackett   1910-29 Nov 1960  buried in Arkport Cemetery

8.  HARRIETT "AUNT HATTIE" AGNES4 CAMPBELL (JOHN W.3, OLIVER2, MALE1) was born September 03, 1905 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY, and died July 18, 1935 in City of Hornell, Steuben Co, NY.  She married (1) GEORGE D. WHITE October 20, 1921 in Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY (MR).  He was born 1899, and died Unknown in Steuben Co, NY (divorced or died ca. 1925)  WW1?.  She married (2) FRED JOHNSON Abt. 1926 in Steuben Co, NY.  He was born 1902 in Steuben Co, NY, and died April 20, 1967 in Steuben Co, NY.

More About HARRIETT "AUNT HATTIE" AGNES CAMPBELL:
Burial: 1935, Hope Cemetery, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY
Census 1: 1910, Canisteo, Steuben Co, NY    Age 5

More About GEORGE D. WHITE:
Obituary: s/o George White & Blanche Mosher

More About FRED JOHNSON:
Burial: 1967, Arkport Cemetery, Arkport, Steuben Co, NY
Obituary: s/o William Johnson & Marie Kennedy

Children of HARRIETT CAMPBELL and FRED JOHNSON are:
 i. MARTHA5 JOHNSON, b. April 01, 1927, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY; d. March 28, 1993, Hornell, Steuben Co, NY,  Lived on Dennis Ave.; m. WILLIAM F. "KENNY" BROUGHTON, Abt. 1951, Steuben Co, NY; b. Abt. 1925, Unknown.
 ii. WILLIAM JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1929; m. (1) BERYL UNKNOWN, Abt. 1952, Possibly Germany; b. Abt. 1931, Germany; m. (2) FEMALE UNKNOWN, Aft. 1980, Steuben Co, NY.

Submitted by Annette Campbell; email anncamp@directv.net



 

Descendants of Joseph COLVIN


First Generation



1. Joseph COLVIN [109], son of Thomas COLVIN [493] and Frances BRIGGS [494], was born on 18 Sep 1750 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 1 Mar 1832 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 81, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

General Notes: Bought 51 acres in Delmar Twp., Tioga Co. PA from the Strawbridge land grant Feb.27, 1811. 

• He was employed. Farmer 

• He was a Quaker. 

• He served in the military in 1778. Served as private 1778 to 1779 in Capt. Wall's company, Colonel Kasson's Rhode Island regiment. According to Gaylord G. Colvin's record his grandfather Joseph served under Gen. Green as an orderly sergant and a Quartermaster. 

Joseph married Ruth AYLSWORTH [110] [MRIN: 55] in 1771 in RI. Ruth was born on 19 Sep 1748 in RI, died on 18 Oct 1832 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 84, and was buried in Prob. Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. Another name for Ruth was AYLESWORTH. 

• She was religious. Quaker 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 M    i. Joshua COLVIN [107] was born on 23 Aug 1772 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 10 Jan 1847 in Grosse Point (Evanston), Cook Co., IL at age 74, and was buried in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Cook Co., IL. 

+ 3 M    ii. Caleb COLVIN [124] was born on 19 May 1774 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 2 Jun 1831 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 57, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

+ 4 F    iii. Elizabeth COLVIN [125] was born on 20 Nov 1778 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 27 Apr 1859 in Mercer Co., PA at age 80, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

+ 5 M    iv. Christopher COLVIN [114] was born on 22 Feb 1781 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 27 Jan 1829 in Steuben, Oneida Co., NY at age 47, and was buried in North Steuben Cemetery, Oneida Co., NY. 

+ 6 F    v. Wealthy COLVIN [127] was born on 25 Apr 1783 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI and died on 10 Dec 1837 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 54. 

+ 7 F    vi. Lydia COLVIN [129] was born on 1 Mar 1786 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 29 May 1849 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 63, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

+ 8 M    vii. Joseph COLVIN [111] was born on 22 Jun 1788 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI and died on 10 Feb 1858 in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY at age 69. 

+ 9 M    viii. Thomas COLVIN [131] was born on 19 Jan 1792 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 8 May 1874 in Sandy Creek Twp., Mercer Co., PA at age 82, and was buried in Sheakleyville Cemetery, Sandy Creek, Mercer Co., PA. 
 

Second Generation (Children)


2. Joshua COLVIN [107] (Joseph1) was born on 23 Aug 1772 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 10 Jan 1847 in Grosse Point (Evanston), Cook Co., IL at age 74, and was buried in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Cook Co., IL. 

General Notes: Purchased land from John Knox at Academy Corners, Tioga Co. Pa 1808. Owned 200 acres in Delmar Twp., Tioga Co. PA 1812. Went to Herkimer Co., NY in 1813 because of the War of 1812. Sold still to John Knox in 1818.
 

• He was employed in 1815. Saw Mill & Distillery owner, Tioga Co., PA 

• He was a Quaker. 

Joshua married Dorothea CASLER [108] [MRIN: 54], daughter of Melchior KESSLER [13134] and Maria Elisabeth PETRIE [15970]. Dorothea was born on 1 Jan 1782 in German Flats, Herkimer Co., NY, died on 26 Sep 1846 in Grosse Point (Evanston), Cook Co., IL at age 64, and was buried in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Cook Co., IL. Other names for Dorothea were Dolly, Dorothy, CASTLER, and KESSLER. 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 10 F    i. Sarah COLVIN [123] was born on 1 Oct 1798 in Otsego Co., NY and died on 25 Mar 1835 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY at age 36. 

+ 11 M    ii. Gaylord Griswold COLVIN [105] was born on 11 May 1801 in Pittsfield Twp., Otsego Co., NY, died on 8 May 1883 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA at age 81, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

   12 F    iii. Nancy COLVIN [2084] was born in Tilliborough, NY and died on 6 Apr 1815 in German Flats, Herkimer Co., NY. 

+ 13 M    iv. James B. COLVIN [1688] was born on 22 Nov 1805 in Burlington Green, Burlington Twp., Otsego Co., NY, died on 25 Nov 1888 in Weiser City, Washington Co., ID at age 83, and was buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington Co., ID. 

+ 14 M    v. Philo H. COLVIN [1219] was born in Nov 1807 in Herkimer Co., NY and died on 1 Sep 1849 in Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., NY at age 41. 

+ 15 F    vi. Elizabeth COLVIN [1710] was born in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died probably bef 1851 in Grosse Point (Evanston), Cook Co., IL, and was buried in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Cook Co., IL. 

+ 16 F    vii. Ruth COLVIN [1711] was born about 1813 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died about 1850 in Council Bluff, Pottawattamie Co., IA about age 37. 

+ 17 F    viii. Nancy COLVIN [1286] was born on 11 Mar 1816 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 23 Mar 1889 in Lewisville, Ulysses Twp., Potter Co., PA at age 73, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

   18 F    ix. Maryann COLVIN [2008] was born from 1815 to 1820 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died in Probably Laporte, IN. 

+ 19 M    x. Archibald K. COLVIN [1674] was born from 1815 to 1820 in Clarence, Erie Co., NY, died on 29 May 1870 in Eddyville, Ward 2, Wapello Co., IA at age 54, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA. 

+ 20 M    xi. George W. COLVIN [325] was born on 22 Feb 1824 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 29 Mar 1907 at age 83, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

3. Caleb COLVIN [124] (Joseph1) was born on 19 May 1774 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 2 Jun 1831 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 57, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

General Notes: Reader says aged 51y13d on tombstone, making his birth date 19 May 1780. Easy to mistake a seven for a one on an old stone. 

• He was a Quaker. 

Caleb married Lois RICHMOND [139] [MRIN: 64], daughter of Adam RICHMOND [788] and Mary HALL [789], about 1791. Lois was born on 5 Aug 1768 in West Greenwich, Kent Co., RI, died on 24 May 1848 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 79, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   21 F    i. Sarah COLVIN [140] was born about 1791. 

+ 22 F    ii. Charlotte COLVIN [141] was born on 12 May 1796, died on 22 Nov 1872 in Cameron Mills, Steuben Co., NY at age 76, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

+ 23 M    iii. Stephen COLVIN [142] was born in 1799, died on 19 Sep 1873 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 74, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

+ 24 F    iv. Lois COLVIN [145] was born in 1806 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died in 1840 at age 34. 

+ 25 M    v. Christopher COLVIN [143] was born on 8 Jul 1801, died on 8 Sep 1885 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 84, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

+ 26 F    vi. Electa Bird COLVIN [144] was born on 13 Dec 1803, died on 22 Mar 1842 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 38, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

+ 27 F    vii. Lucy Philena COLVIN [146] was born on 29 Mar 1807 in NY, died on 1 Sep 1848 in NY at age 41, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

+ 28 M    viii. Joseph COLVIN [902] was born on 29 Mar 1812 in Probably NY and died on 23 May 1849 in IL at age 37. 

   29 M    ix. Silas COLVIN [147]

General Notes: The only reference to the existance of this son is in: "Historical Gazetteer of Steuben County, New York" by Millard Fillmore Roberts, 1891 
 

   30 F    x. Roxy COLVIN [148]

General Notes: The only reference to the existance of this daughter is in: "Historical Gazetteer of Steuben County, New York" by Millard Fillmore Roberts, 1891 

   31 M    xi. Gaylord COLVIN [149]

General Notes: The only reference to the existance of this son is in: "Historical Gazetteer of Steuben County, New York" by Millard Fillmore Roberts, 1891 

   32 F    xii. Caroline COLVIN [150]

General Notes: The only reference to the existance of this daughter is in: "Historical Gazetteer of Steuben County, New York" by Millard Fillmore Roberts, 1891 

   33 F    xiii. Cynthia COLVIN [16314]

General Notes: The only reference to the existance of this daughter is in: "Historical Gazetteer of Steuben County, New York" by Millard Fillmore Roberts, 1891 

4. Elizabeth COLVIN [125] (Joseph1) was born on 20 Nov 1778 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 27 Apr 1859 in Mercer Co., PA at age 80, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Elizabeth married Daniel CUMMINGS [126] [MRIN: 65], son of Thomas CUMMINGS [3135] and Unknown. Daniel was born in 1783 in VT, died on 10 Nov 1854 at age 71, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

• He was employed. Distillary and Hotel business in Knoxville, PA 

Children from this marriage were:

   34 M    i. Simeon CUMMINGS [6951] was born on 28 Dec 1804 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 11 Jan 1819 at age 14, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

General Notes: Gravestone says "Commings". Has foot stone "SC". 

+ 35 M    ii. Matteson CUMMINGS [3898] was born about 1813 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died after 1880 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

5. Christopher COLVIN [114] (Joseph1) was born on 22 Feb 1781 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 27 Jan 1829 in Steuben, Oneida Co., NY at age 47, and was buried in North Steuben Cemetery, Oneida Co., NY. 

Christopher married Elizabeth HILTZ [112] [MRIN: 58], daughter of Johannes Nicholas HILTZ [113] and Susanna MILLER [1236], on 26 Jun 1803 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY. Elizabeth was born on 29 Sep 1784 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY, was baptized on 13 Oct 1784 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 3 Aug 1863 in Morris, Otsego Co., NY at age 78. 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 36 M    i. George I. COLVIN [117] was born on 27 Jan 1804 in NY, was baptized on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 1 Jul 1886 in Morris, Otsego Co., NY at age 82. 

+ 37 F    ii. Mary Catherine COLVIN [2012] was born on 19 Nov 1805, was baptized on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 25 Jan 1864 in Herkimer Co., NY at age 58. 

+ 38 F    iii. Ruth Hiltz COLVIN [106] was born on 18 Apr 1808 in Herkimer Co., NY, was baptized on 22 Nov 1809 in Reformed Church Of Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY, died on 10 Apr 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA at age 91, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

6. Wealthy COLVIN [127] (Joseph1) was born on 25 Apr 1783 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI and died on 10 Dec 1837 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 54. 

Wealthy married Nehemiah ROBINSON [128] [MRIN: 66], son of Obediah ROBINSON [379] and Sarah SILVESTER [381]. Nehemiah was born on 1 Jan 1770 in Killingly, CT and died on 25 Aug 1852 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 82. 

Children from this marriage were:

   39 F    i. Sally ROBINSON [1388] was born on 17 Mar 1806 in New Lisbon, Otsego Co., NY. 

+ 40 M    ii. Zalmon S. ROBINSON [172] was born on 10 Mar 1808 in New Lisbon, Otsego Co., NY and died on 31 Jan 1876 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 67. 

+ 41 M    iii. Obadiah ROBINSON [173] was born in 1810 in NY. 

+ 42 M    iv. Samuel M. ROBINSON [1387] was born on 5 Sep 1811 in NY, died on 12 Feb 1884 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 72, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

   43 F    v. Nancy ROBINSON [175] was born on 8 Dec 1817 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA. 

Nancy married Benjamin HOWE [176] [MRIN: 91]. 

   44 F    vi. Margaret ROBINSON [1194] was born on 4 Jan 1825 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA and died in 1899 at age 74. 

Margaret married Nathan HILL [1386] [MRIN: 169]. Nathan died in 1847. 

7. Lydia COLVIN [129] (Joseph1) was born on 1 Mar 1786 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 29 May 1849 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 63, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Lydia married Jonathan MATTESON [130] [MRIN: 67], son of David MATTESON [3084] and Mercy (Massey) SWEET [2947]. Jonathan was born on 22 Jun 1780 in RI, died on 30 Oct 1859 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 79, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 45 F    i. Roxanna MATTESON [179] was born in 1802 in Herkimer Co., NY, died in 1872 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 70, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

+ 46 F    ii. Lucinda MATTESON [180] was born on 16 Apr 1810 in RI, died in 1888 at age 78, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

+ 47 M    iii. Cummings MATTESON [182] was born on 31 Mar 1814 in PA, died on 3 Mar 1877 at age 62, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

+ 48 F    iv. Elsie MATTESON [183] was born on 13 Jun 1816 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died in Mar 1897 at age 80. 

+ 49 F    v. Ruth MATTESON [184] was born in May 1819 in Tioga Co., PA. 

+ 50 M    vi. Jefferson MATTESON [185] was born in 1828 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died in Feb 1875 at age 47. 

8. Joseph COLVIN [111] (Joseph1) was born on 22 Jun 1788 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI and died on 10 Feb 1858 in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY at age 69. 

General Notes: In 1814 brought 600 gallons of whiskey from Canajoharie, NY to Tioga Co. PA 

Joseph married Nancy WITHERSTINE [2014] [MRIN: 56] in 1808 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY. Nancy died on 1 Apr 1816 in Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., NY. 

• Organizations. Member #133 of Sachem of Kuyahoora tribe of Red Men of Herkimer 

Children from this marriage were:

   51 M    i. John H. COLVIN [2015] was born on 2 May 1810 in Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., NY and died on 14 Mar 1834 in Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY at age 23. 

+ 52 M    ii. Mayor Harvey Doolittle COLVIN [2016] was born on 18 Dec 1814 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY, was baptized on 2 Jul 1820 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 16 Apr 1892 in Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL at age 77, and was buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, IL, Section M. 

Joseph next married Margretha HILTZ [1239] [MRIN: 1257], daughter of Johannes Nicholas HILTZ [113] and Susanna MILLER [1236], on 7 Apr 1818 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY. Margretha was born on 6 Sep 1793 in NY, was baptized on 15 Sep 1793 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 25 Sep 1851 in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY at age 58. Another name for Margretha was Margaret. 

Children from this marriage were:

   53 F    i. Nancy COLVIN [2017] was born on 3 Dec 1819 in NY, was baptized on 2 Jul 1820 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 16 Oct 1889 at age 69, and was buried in Maplelawn Cemetery, Bolivar, Allegany Co., NY. 

General Notes: In 1870 census in Mercer Co., PA with the William Colvin family.
In 1880 census in Tioga Co., PA with the C. L. Hoyt family.
Baptismal name: Anna. 

Nancy married David COOPER [18686] [MRIN: 7049] on 4 Nov 1885 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. David was born on 13 Nov 1816 in NY, died on 3 Sep 1890 at age 73, and was buried in Maplelawn Cemetery, Bolivar, Allegany Co., NY. 

+ 54 M    ii. William G. COLVIN [2018] was born on 22 Nov 1821 in Herkimer Co., NY and was baptized on 6 Feb 1822 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

9. Thomas COLVIN [131] (Joseph1) was born on 19 Jan 1792 in Coventry, Kent Co., RI, died on 8 May 1874 in Sandy Creek Twp., Mercer Co., PA at age 82, and was buried in Sheakleyville Cemetery, Sandy Creek, Mercer Co., PA. 

General Notes: Census in Potter Co., PA 1830 & 1840 and the census in Mercer Co., PA in 1850,1860 & 1870 

• He was employed. Hotel Keeper, Farmer 

Thomas married Asenath RICHMOND [1390] [MRIN: 476], daughter of Stephen RICHMOND [4778] and Cynthia MATTESON [4780]. Asenath was born on 31 May 1797 in NY, died on 27 Mar 1868 in Sandy Creek Twp., Mercer Co., PA at age 70, and was buried in Sheakleyville Cemetery, Sandy Creek, Mercer Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 55 M    i. Hiram COLVIN [2179] was born on 19 Oct 1814 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 19 Feb 1842 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 27, and was buried in Henry Clark Farm Graveyard, Potter Co., PA. 

+ 56 M    ii. William COLVIN [1606] was born on 17 Jun 1817 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 17 Aug 1900 at age 83, and was buried in Sheakleyville Cemetery, Sandy Creek, Mercer Co., PA. 
 

Third Generation (Grandchildren)


10. Sarah COLVIN [123] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born on 1 Oct 1798 in Otsego Co., NY and died on 25 Mar 1835 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY at age 36. Another name for Sarah was Sally. 
Sarah married William KNOX Jr. [132] [MRIN: 63], son of William KNOX [780] and Margaret COLTON [781], about 1814. William was born on 8 Sep 1791 in Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY, died on 3 Jan 1832 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 40, and was buried in Carpenter Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

• He was employed. Hotel Keeper 

Children from this marriage were:

   57 F    i. Almira KNOX [133] was born on 3 Feb 1815, died on 25 Sep 1887 at age 72, and was buried in Lawrenceville Cem., Tioga Co., PA. 

Almira married Elias HORTON [782] [MRIN: 68]. Elias was born on 21 Jul 1801 in CT, died on 10 Sep 1882 at age 81, and was buried in Lawrenceville Cem., Tioga Co., PA. 

   58 M    ii. John Colton KNOX [134] was born on 18 Feb 1817 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 26 Aug 1880 at age 63, and was buried in Wellsboro Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

• He was employed. Lawyer, PA Attorney General 

John married Adaline KILBOURNE [783] [MRIN: 69]. Adaline was born about 1817 in PA. 

   59 F    iii. Dolly KNOX [135] was born on 10 Dec 1818 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 14 Apr 1875 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 56, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

Dolly married John Erastus WHITE [784] [MRIN: 70] on 16 Sep 1850 in Windham Co., CT. John was born on 26 May 1809 in Windham, Windham Co., CT, died on 31 Jan 1884 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 74, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

   60 F    iv. Emily KNOX [136] was born on 10 Jan 1826 in Acadamy Corners, Tioga Co., PA, died on 8 Apr 1904 at age 78, and was buried in Wellsboro Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Emily married Rev. Lowell L. REYNOLDS [785] [MRIN: 71], son of Lent REYNOLDS [19908] and Unknown, on 14 May 1852. Lowell was born on 28 Jul 1827 in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY, died on 20 Jun 1915 at age 87, and was buried in Wellsboro Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

   61 F    v. Caroline KNOX [137] was born on 10 Dec 1829 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died on 2 Apr 1875 in Lawrenceville, Lawrence Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 45. 

Caroline married Austin LATHROP [786] [MRIN: 72]. Austin was born on 19 Aug 1805 in Otsego Co., NY and died on 28 Aug 1882 in Academy Corners, Tioga Co., PA at age 77. 

   62 M    vi. James Butterworth KNOX [138] was born on 4 Nov 1831 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died on 22 Dec 1884 in Clarion, Clarion Co., PA at age 53. 

• He was employed in 1880 in Clarion, Clarion Co., PA. Attorney 

James married Jane S. STAHLEY [787] [MRIN: 73]. Jane was born about 1836 in PA. 

11. Gaylord Griswold COLVIN [105] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born on 11 May 1801 in Pittsfield Twp., Otsego Co., NY, died on 8 May 1883 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA at age 81, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

General Notes: First teacher in the "Liberty School House" Deerfield Twp., Tioga Co., PA 1821.

Inscription on his gravestone:
"As you are now so once was I.
As I am now you soon must be.
Prepare for death and follow me." 

• He was employed. Teacher, Farmer, Store owner in Potter Co., PA, Associate Judge of Potter Co., PA, Land Agent 

• His obituary was published on 18 May 1883 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA. The Late Gaylord G. Colvin
A BRIEF SKETCH OF HIS LIFE AND CHARACTER
To the Editor of the Agitator

Osceola, May 18, 1883, - Gaylord G. Colvin eldest son of Joshua and Dorothy Colvin was born in Herkimer County, N. Y., May 11th 1801, and died in this borough May 8, 1883. He came from Herkimer county with his father in 1800 and settled in the township of Deerfield on the land now occupied by Academy Corners. He taught the first school in the old “Liberty” school house at that place in 1821.

There were eleven children in his fathers family, four of whom are now living - a brother and sister in Bingham, Potter county, Pa., a sister in Laporte, Ind., and a brother at Weiser City, Idaho.

From Academy Corners Judge Colvin moved back to Herkimer county, where he married Ruth Colvin, who for 58 years has shared with him life’s joys and sorrows. From Herkimer he moved to Oneida county, thence to Spring Mills, Allegany county, thence to Bingham, Pa., and from there to Osceola in 1872, where he died in great peace, loved and mourned by all.

While a resident of New York he was for several years Justice of the Peace, and he was Commissioner of Potter county six years, and upon the expiration of that term he was elected Associate Judge, and served as such ten years. In all these offices he discharged his duties with credit to himself and to the satisfaction of his constituents.

Judge Colvin was early converted under Dr. Sheardown’s preaching and joined the Baptist Church, in which he lived and died. 

He began life poor, but by honest and upright dealing secured the esteem of the community, and gained sufficient means to surround himself and family with a sufficiency of earthly comforts. He was a man of marked qualities - a man of positive convictions. Once convinced that a certain line of conduct was right, he followed it to the end irrespective of consequences. He was a strong temperance man, and the last act of his life - when his hand could no longer hold the pen to write his well-known signature - was to authorize his son to sign his name to remonstrance against license in Osceola.

A worthy citizen, a kind neighbor, an affectionate brother, father, husband, has gone to his reward; and while we bow in submission to the stroke, knowing it is his gain, we will endeavor to profit by his teaching and example. Rev. S. M. Dayton 

• He was a Quaker then a Baptist. 

Gaylord married Ruth Hiltz COLVIN [106] [MRIN: 53], daughter of Christopher COLVIN [114] and Elizabeth HILTZ [112], on 28 Oct 1824 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY. Ruth was born on 18 Apr 1808 in Herkimer Co., NY, was baptized on 22 Nov 1809 in Reformed Church Of Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY, died on 10 Apr 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA at age 91, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

• Her obituary was published on 10 Apr 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA. MRS. Ruth Colvin
__________
Born April 8, 1808 - Died April 10, 1900
Biographical Sketch of One of the Oldest Residents in Tioga Co.

Ruth, third child of Christopher Colvin and Elizabeth Hiltz, was born at Herkimer, N. Y., April 18, 1808. She died at Osceola Pa., April 10, 1900. She therefore lacked eight days of being 92 years old at the time of her decease. 

The Colvin family have been 200 years in America. John Colvin the founder of this family settled at Dartmouth, Mass., about the year 1700. From Dartmouth he removed to Providence, R. I., in 1705. In round numbers the ancesters of Ruth Colvin lived 100 years thereafter in Rhode Island. Not far from the year 1800 her father removed from Rhode Island to the Mohawk valley in N. Y., and for 100 years has resided in New York and Pennsylvania. Ruth Colvin was of the sixth generation in decent from John Colvin, the immigrant ancestor.

Elizabeth Hiltz, mother of Ruth Colvin, was a daughter of John Hiltz, a Palatinate German, whose father settled in the Mohawk Valley in 1722.

Ruth Colvin received such education as the primitive schools of the period of her youth afforded. She was educated in the schools in the common branches of the English language, although in her home she spoke with equal facility both German and English. When she was sixteen years and six months old, she married her cousin, Gaylord Griswold Colvin, and their married life continued over a period of almost fiftynine years. Their marriage took place at Shells Bush, Herkimer county, N. Y., October 28, 1824, where they set up their housekeeping in a very modest way. For eight years they lived in five different places in Herkimer county. In 1832 they came to Allegany county, N. Y., and lived at Independence and Spring Mills in that county until 1848 - a period of sixteen years. In 1848 they removed to Potter county, Pa., and lived on three different farms in Bingham township until 1872 - a period of twenty-four years. During six years of this period her husband was a commissioner, and during ten years he was an associate judge of Potter county Pa. In 1872 they removed to Osceola Pa., where they purchased a residence known as the “Gothic”, just west of the village. In this home, in 1883, her husband died, since which time she made her home with her daughter and with her son, making in all a residence of twenty-eight years in this place.

Mrs. Colvin was the mother of seventeen children. Amoung these children were four pairs of twins. Fourteen of her children died at birth or in infancy, or early youth, thus leaving but three who grew to manhood and womanhood. These survive her, namely: B. F. Colvin of this place, D. C. Colvin of Woodhull, N. Y., and Mary, wife of C. L. Hoyt of Horseheads, N.Y.

Mrs. Colvin became converted to the religion of Jesus Christ under the preaching of the Rev. Thomas Sheardown at Whitesville, N. Y. She was baptized by immersion by the Rev. V. Chase and became a member of the Baptist Church in 1837. She remained in connection with this denomination of Christian believers until about seven years ago, when she united with the Methodist Episcopal Church of Osceola. Her religious experiences were deep and sincere, but she was quiet and undemonstrative in expressing them.

Mrs. Colvin was fond of society, and when health and strength permitted loved to surround herself with company - especially the company of young people. In this social inclination her husband joined, and their home for many years was a neighborhood resort for both young and old. Her disposition was very amiable. She was always inclined to be pleased with whatever was done for her. She was unselfish. Her first thought was for others, not for herself. This frame of mind made her charitable and kind and helpful to those about her. These characteristics inspired love and after this long pilgramage of ninety-two years in this world, her remains were laid to rest with feelings of veneration and chastened sorrow on the part of her kindred and many friends.

The funeral, in charge of her pastor, the Rev. John Segwald, was held at the home of her son B. F. Colvin, where she died, Thursday, April 10th, 1900 at 1 p. m. 

Children from this marriage were:

   63 M    i. Benjamin F. COLVIN [115] was born on 10 Jan 1826 in Steuben, Oneida Co., NY, died on 22 Mar 1901 at age 75, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA, Civil War Marker, Lot #224. Another name for Benjamin was Frank. 

• He was employed. Farmer 

• He served in the military. GAR, Co. K, 111th PA Volunteers, Hon. disch. 31 Jan 1865 after being wounded at Winchester VA 

Benjamin married Maria L. DWIGHT [1113] [MRIN: 718], daughter of George DWIGHT [4508] and Nancy DROP [9403], on 5 Mar 1852 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY. The marriage ended in divorce. Maria was born in 1832 in NY, died in 1898 at age 66, and was buried in Steuben Co. Home Cemetery, Bath, NY. 

Benjamin next married Jemima C. CRISSMAN [580] [MRIN: 59], daughter of Jeremiah CRISSMAN [9566] and Unknown, on 31 Oct 1865 in Blairsville, Indiana Co., PA. Jemima was born on 23 Mar 1829 in Indiana Co., PA, died on 12 May 1899 at age 70, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA, Lot#224. Another name for Jemima was Jennie. 

• Her obituary was published. 17 May 1899, Wellsboro, PA Agitator

Sudden Death at Osceola

Last Friday morning Jemima J., wife of Mr. B. F. Colvin,
of Osceola, died verysuddenly of neuralgia of the heart.
Mrs. Colvin had been around the house as usual, and it 
was only a few moments before her death that she 
complained of feeling badly, and she seemed to regard her 
symptoms as of little consequence until just before she 
expired. A physician was summoned, but she was dead
before he reached her side.
Mrs. Colvin was born at Blairsville, Indiana county, 
March 23, 1829, and her maiden name was Jemima 
Christinan (sic). She married Mr. Colvin in 1865, and in
1871 they moved to Osceola, where they lived on a farm.
Mrs. Colvin was highly esteemed for her intelligence,
charity, geniality and general helpfulness in Church and 
society. She was faithful and true in all the relations of life.
The Funeral was held Last Sunday afternoon. 

   64 M    ii. Christopher COLVIN [118] was born on 21 Nov 1827 in Steuben, Herkimer Co., NY and died on 25 Mar 1830 in Herkimer Co., NY at age 2. 

   65 F    iii. Elizabeth COLVIN [1718] was born on 18 Oct 1833 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY, died on 27 Dec 1835 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY at age 2, and was buried in Whitesville Rural Cemetery, Independence Twp., Allegany Co., NY. 

   66 M    iv. Daniel C. COLVIN [102] was born on 20 Oct 1835 in Spring Mills, Independance, Allegany Co., NY, died on 23 Jul 1907 in Borden, Woodhull, Steuben Co., NY at age 71, and was buried on 25 Jul 1907 in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. Another name for Daniel was Dan. 

General Notes: Gladys Colvin BEARD says Dan and Florence are buried in the Osceola/Fairview Cemetery in the same plot with his father and mother, but there is no record of this and no gravestone. I have attached a plaque to the Gaylord G. Colvin monument commemorating the internment of Daniel C., his second wife Florence A. and his mother Ruth H.
An obituary in the Westfield Free Press ( Weekly paper) Thursday July 25, 1907: Death Osceola Local News: "The Remains of Daniel Colvin, who died at his home in Borden, NY, on Tuesday were brought to this place for burial Thursday afternoon." 

• He was employed. Farmer 

• His obituary was published. -D. C. COLVIN-
Addison July 27-D.C. Colvin died at home near Borden, July 23 from injuries sustained on July 19 while standing in the barn watching his sons unload hay. A large stick of timber fell from the beam above him, striking him on the top of his head, knocking him over the brestgirt into the mow. He was unconscious for a little time. He suffered a great deal of pain the few days that he lived.
All was done for his relief that medical aid and good nursing could do. He leaves to mourn his loss, a wife, three sons and one daughter. Besides a number of grandchildren. He also leaves one sister. Mr. Colvin was born in Spring Mills Oct 26, 1835 and was 71 years of age. 
___________ 
Card of Thanks.
Addison, R.F.D.2, July 27,- Delbert (sic) Colvin, wife and mother wish to kindly thank their many friends and neighbors through The Leader, for their sympathy and aid during the illness and death of their father and husband. 

• His obituary was published in the Westfield Free Press ( Weekly paper) Thursday July 25, 1907. Death Osceola Local News, The Remains of Daniel Colvin, who died at his home in Borden, NY, on Tuesday were brought to this place for burial Thursday afternoon. 

• His obituary was published. Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA-- Wednesday, July 31, 1907
Mr. Daniel C. Colvin, of Woodhull, NY, died last Tuesday from injuries received on the previous Friday. As he was unloading hay, a heavy piece of timber fell from the barn door and struck him on the head. 

Daniel married Annis L. BENNETT [1128] [MRIN: 727], daughter of Lyman BENNETT [1208] and Betsey A. BEMIS [1209], on 24 Jan 1857 in Persia Twp., Cattaraugus Co., NY. Annis was born on 14 May 1840 in Otsego Co., NY, died on 14 Oct 1867 in Persia Twp., Cattaraugus Co., NY at age 27, and was buried in Broadway Rd. Cemetery, Gowanda, Cattaraugus Co., NY. 

Daniel next married Florence A. BENNETT [397] [MRIN: 175], daughter of Aaron Franklin BENNETT [2197] and Ann BARTON [2914], on 30 Jun 1868 in Wellsville, Allegany Co., NY. Florence was born on 23 Nov 1850 in Owego, Tioga Co., NY, died on 4 Jun 1878 in Elk Creek (Borden), Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 27, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. Another name for Florence was Flora. 

Daniel next married Wealthy A. BLY [103] [MRIN: 51], daughter of Stephen T. BLY [581] and Elizabeth B. ANDREWS [582], on 7 Sep 1878 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Wealthy was born on 7 Dec 1842 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY, died on 31 Jul 1910 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 67, and was buried in Stewart Cem. (Red School Dist.), Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Wealthy was Wealtha. 

   67 F    v. Mary Catherine COLVIN [116] was born on 14 Jul 1838 in Spring Mills, Independance, Allegany Co., NY, died in 1917 in Probably Elmira, NY at age 79, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Mary married Charles L. HOYT [425] [MRIN: 60], son of Abel D. HOYT [491] and Esther Eliza HURLBUT [492], on 29 Sep 1858 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA. Charles was born on 3 Feb 1835 in Kingston, Luzerne Co., PA, died on 2 Jul 1904 in Elmira, Chemung Co., NY at age 69, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

• He was employed. Built Sorgum Mill 1882, farmed tobacco, hops and Chinese amber cane on a large scale 

• He was educated. Civil Engineer, Class of 1856, Union Col. 

• He served in the military. Co. K 149th Reg. P. V. and Co. G 53rd Reg. P.V..; First Lt. 

• Biography: History of Tioga Co., PA, 1883. CHARLES HOYT was born in Kingston, Luzerne county, Pa., and resided there until 1835, when he removed to Osceola, where he now lives. September 29th 1858 he married Mary Colvin, of Bingham, Pa., daughter of Hon. G. G. Colvin, of Potter county, Pa. They have three children living. He enlisted August 16th 1861 in Company K 149th Pennsylvania; entered as second lieutenant; was promoted to be first lieutenant; was in the battle of Chancellorsville, and was honorably discharged in 1863; was a justice of the peace three years, and resigned. He is a farmer, raising tobacco, hops and Chinese amber cane in large quantities. 

   68 F    vi. Amelia Ann COLVIN [1717] was born on 19 Oct 1840 in Spring Mills, Independance, Allegany Co., NY, died on 15 Sep 1842 in Spring Mills, Independance, Allegany Co., NY at age 1, and was buried in Whitesville Rural Cemetery, Independence Twp., Allegany Co., NY. 

   69 M    vii. Gaylord Eugene COLVIN [2010] was born in Mar 1849 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

   70 F    viii. Ruth Delphene COLVIN [2011] was born in Mar 1849 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

   71 M    ix. Other Unknown COLVIN [5225]

13. James B. COLVIN [1688] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born on 22 Nov 1805 in Burlington Green, Burlington Twp., Otsego Co., NY, died on 25 Nov 1888 in Weiser City, Washington Co., ID at age 83, and was buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington Co., ID. 

General Notes: Arrived in Evanston, IL in 1836. Land patent issued 10 Mar 1843 for Cook Co., IL property Doc.#7850, 151.72 acres. 

• He was employed in Grosse Point (Evanston), Cook Co., IL. Hotel owner 

• He was elected as the First Supervisor in Evanston, Cook Co., IL. 

James married Catherine GARDNER [1705] [MRIN: 1083], daughter of William Thurston GARDNER [12775] and Mary ACKLEY [12776], in NY. Catherine was born on 20 Mar 1810 in NY, died on 13 Nov 1888 in Weiser City, Washington Co., ID at age 78, and was buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington Co., ID. 

Children from this marriage were:

   72 M    i. Albert COLVIN [1707] was born in 1833 in Tioga Co., PA, died in 1918 at age 85, and was buried in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Cook Co., IL. 

General Notes: Supervisor, Assessor and member of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Lake, Cook Co., IL 

• He was employed. farmer 

Albert married Ann WIGGLESWORTH [1773] [MRIN: 1097], daughter of Abraham WIGGLESWORTH [1774] and Unknown. Ann was born about 1837 in Canada and died on 2 Mar 1899 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL about age 62. 

   73 F    ii. Mary A. COLVIN [1706] was born on 31 Jul 1835 in Potter Co., PA, died on 16 Apr 1928 in Weiser City, Washington Co., ID at age 92, and was buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington Co., ID. 

Mary married Nelson Pulcifer HAVEN [1709] [MRIN: 1096], son of Joctor Greene HAVEN [4875] and Caroline PULCIFER [4876], on 29 Apr 1852 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Nelson was born on 20 Oct 1823 in New York City, died on 3 Mar 1906 in Weiser City, Washington Co., ID at age 82, and was buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington Co., ID. Another name for Nelson was Cap. 

• Biography: The Colvin Tale 

by William Harry Linder

[written abt. 1972]

James and Kathryn Colvin had three children: Mary, Albert and William. James was in business in
Chicago the first we know about him. He had been born in New York State, and there had
married Kathryn Gardner. They moved to Chicago, where he set up a dry goods store. The little
town of Chicago was started in a valley or swale which the Indians named Skunk Hollow, the
Indian name (Chicago). Since the town was near the Lake shore, the children became good
swimmers and skaters. Most of their leisure time was spent on the Lake. James was a proper,
dignified aristocrat, and brought up his children in a strict manner requiring perfect manners and
habits. Uncle Albert came West to visit us, and we were all impressed with his gentlemanly
appearance, and his perfect manners. But we are concerned here mainly with Mary. I knew her
well, for she lived in our home for twenty years, after Grandfather died, and she was always a
perfect lady.

In the little town of Chicago they were all acquainted, and did a lot of visiting. Mary and her
parents knew Abraham Lincoln well. They also knew his wife, and her parents, the Todds. Mary
told this story many times, but always with her hand covering her eyes. It seems Mrs. Todd had
beautiful silverware, and being very proud of it, she had her initials engraved on each piece. Her
full name was Fanny Anne Rachel Todd.

Mary learned early in life that she had prophetic dreams. She was invited to a dinner party at
Marshall Field's home, and the night before the party she dreamed she met a big, tall, handsome
left-handed sailor, fell in love with him and married him. She wasn't at all surprised when Field
introduced his partner in business to her, for she immediately recognized him as the man of her
dream. They were married soon after.

Now we will go back to Nelson Haven, for that is the man she met and married. He was known
now as Captain Haven, later as Cap.

He was a big, husky, six-foot-two adventurer, and brawler. I remember seeing a dent in his
forehead, where someone had hit him with an axe when he was a young man. Although he had a
good business and a family of three girls, Cap became restless in time. He could think of nothing
and talk of nothing but the gold rush to California. His plan was to strike it rich, then come back to
Chicago, or take his family to a new location in the West. Mary consented, and for fear the news
would cause him to change his plans, did not tell him that they had another baby on its way. He
left Chicago in June, 1859. I don't know how he traveled the first part of his trip across the plains,
but the last half across the mountains, was on foot. In crossing the Cascades, probably Donner
Pass, he and eight other men were caught in a snow storm that turned into a blizzard, which
stopped them. They almost starved. They made soup from the raw-hide on their snow shoes,
hoping it would give them enough nourishment to sustain them. When the blizzard stopped, Cap
was the only one strong enough to hunt. He killed two mountain goats. He hid one, and carried
one into camp and cooked it. The men were so hungry, he had to fight them back until the meat
was cooked, then would let them eat only a small amount at a time. When that goat was gone, he
went out and brought the other to camp. By the time this second goat was gone, the men were
strong enough to go on to Sacramento Valley.

By the time he arrived, the gold fields were all filed on and pretty well washed out. Cap started a
packing business, and delivered supplies to the miners by mule pack train. He stayed on here
about three years, and when he heard of a gold strike in Colorado, he pulled out, again seeking
gold. He was luckier there, and made a little fortune, but digging gold was too tame so he and a
partner established a horse ranch.

A word about his partner. His name was Joel McKee. He was a giant of a man, with long, curly
blond hair, of which he was very proud. Each morning before a long ride, he would wrap his curls
in paper to keep dust from getting on them. He was so proud of his hair and of his strength, he
would have two men hand all their weight from his hair, then would get up and walk with them
hanging on. Years later Cap was to learn that Joel McKee was a cousin of Cassey McKee
Linder. In a letter to his cousin, Joel said "Give my regards to my tried and true friend, Cap
Haven."

We might record here an amusing incident which demonstrates how lightly Cap considered
danger. He was away from camp, and about dark was ambushed by Indians. They surrounded
him, and he was caught in their crossfire. Because of their poor marksmanship and the dark, he
was able to fight his way through without a scratch. When he returned to camp and related his
story, the men asked how many Indians he killed. He replied, "I don't know how many, but I do
know I got as many of them as they got of me."

It was while Cap was on his horse ranch that he met his only relative, since he left home. He met
William F. Cody, (Buffalo Bill), and in their conversation they discovered they were cousins. They
became fast friends.

The partners soon built up a large horse herd and were prospering, but at that time Indian trouble
was common. A band of Indians stole some of the partners finest horses, and they immediately
applied to the Governor of Colorado Territory for permission to arm men and go after the horses.
At that time Colorado was handling Indians very carefully so as not to stir them up, and the
Governor refused permission. The partners took things into their own hands, outfitted one hundred
men with rifles, horses and saddles, and went out after their stolen stock. While scouting Cap got
lost, and seeing the fires of a big camp and supposing it was his, rode right into the Indian camp.
Cap, knowing how to handle Indians, rode boldly up to the Chief's teepee, ordered his horse
cared for, food for himself and a bed for the night. He also ordered the return of all his horses.
They did all they could to make him comfortable, and sent a scout with him the next morning to
guide him back to his own camp.

The partners got their horses back, but it didn't do them any good. The Governor immediately
ordered their arrest on a charge of treason, (outfitting and arming an army without consent).

Cap and Joel spent eight months in prison before they were released. By the time they got their
freedom their horses were scattered all over the West. Then word came of a gold strike in the
Boise Basin. Here Cap found gold. He took in a partner named Crawford. They worked their
mine for awhile and found it rich in gold-bearing ore. They cleaned up enough to buy equipment,
and Cap took a wagon and team and drove to The Dalles where he found the supplies and things
they needed. He loaded it on the wagon and drove back to the Basin, only to find his partner had
sold out the mine for a lot of money and skipped out. By that time all the claims had been taken,
but there was word that up near Lewiston, at Florence there were some rich diggings. Cap
decided to go to Florence.

His plan was to go up the Weiser River, over to the Salmon River, and thus to Florence. There
were a few settlers along the lower Weiser River, and Cap stopped at one of these homes to
spend the night. These people had recently come from Illinois, and were receiving a Chicago
paper. Cap read the paper from front to back. He then sat down to do some serious thinking. He
was homesick. He wanted his family. Cap had not written his family for ten years, and of course
had not received any word from them for they had no idea where he was. The paper stated that
an old friend of his, James Beveridge, had been elected Governor of Illinois. Cap stayed on in the
Weiser River Valley, and wrote to Governor Beveridge, asking the Governor to locate his family
for him and tell them he wanted to get in touch with them. In the meantime, after ten years, Mary
had decided Cap was dead, had him declared legally dead and had remarried. She had moved to
Muskegon, Michigan. Governor Beveridge gave Mary Cap's address, and sent Mary's address to
Cap. Letters started going back and forth with the result that Mary, who still loved Cap, got her
second marriage annulled, got on the train and rode to Kelton, Utah, the nearest railway stop to
Weiser Valley. With Mary came three girls, plus one who had been born in October, after Cap
left in June. This last girl was Minnie, who was now eleven years old. Also with Mary came her
Father and Mother, who felt they could not let Mary set out on such a journey without their help.
They had no intention of letting Mary go alone to the wild west to meet that wild adventurous
husband of hers.

In the meantime, Cap was on his way to Kelton. He got a spring wagon and a good team of
horses, and made the journey of over seven hundred miles, met his family and brought them to his
homestead. I don't have any details of the trip home except that it was a tiring but happy journey,
especially for Minnie, who was seeing her father for the first time. I have a picture in my mind of
aristocratic Great Grandfather Colvin, wearing his broadcloth cutaway coat, white shirt, high, stiff
collar and a stove-pipe hat. I doubt that it was a pleasure trip for him. Great grandfather came to
like and respect Cap, and after they saw how things were out here, went back to Chicago, sold
their property, and returned to Weiser to live with Cap and Mary. Great grandmother Kathryn
died November 13, 1888. Great-grandfather James, who was feeling fine and had gone duck
hunting on the morning of her death, lived only nine days after she died. He died November 22,
1888. They died on the Haven Ranch. Cap Haven died March 3, 1906. After his death, Mary
lived with Doc and Minnie until her death. She died April 6, 1928. She was ninety-three years
old. 

   74 M    iii. William Ackley COLVIN [1708] was born on 16 Mar 1844 in IL, died on 27 Oct 1912 in Cook Co., IL at age 68, and was buried on 29 Oct 1912 in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Cook Co., IL. 

• He was employed. gardener 

• He served in the military in Civil War, Corporal, Co. E, 164Th IL Infantry. 

William married Mary J. WHEELER [1714] [MRIN: 1098], daughter of Thomas WHEELER [2898] and Julia L. [16327], on 13 Jun 1867 in Muskegon, MI. Mary was born in 1848 in IL, died on 15 Jun 1933 at age 85, and was buried in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Cook Co., IL. 

14. Philo H. COLVIN [1219] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born in Nov 1807 in Herkimer Co., NY and died on 1 Sep 1849 in Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., NY at age 41. 

General Notes: In Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA census 1830, m<5, 2f<5, f20/30, m20/30. In Gross Point IL in 1847. 

Philo married Mary DARLING [1652] [MRIN: 772]. Mary was born in NH. 

Children from this marriage were:

   75 F    i. Charlotte COLVIN [1651] was born in Nov 1825 in NY, died on 14 May 1883 in Wileyville, West Union, Steuben Co., NY at age 57, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

General Notes: Thurs, May 24, 1883
Whites Corners news: (Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA-jac)
Mrs. Harvey STEBBINS of West Union died very suddenly on the evening of May 14th. She came into the house with a pail of milk and setting it down told her husband that her breath seemed very short. He helped her to her chair and tried to give her some medicine, but she could not take it. She lived but a few minutes. Dr. COTTRELL of Whitesville was summoned and he said she died of a stroke of apoplexy. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her loss. She will be greatly missed in the community in which she lived. She was ever ready to assist the sick and suffering, and we do not think she had an enemy. Her funeral was very largely attended. The funeral serman was preached by Rev. H. CHEESMAN, of Greenwood, N.Y. 

Charlotte married Harvey STEBBINS [1650] [MRIN: 1061], son of Salmon STEBBINS [1903] and Priscilla CHAPMAN [1904], on 18 Mar 1848 in Spring Mills, Independance, Allegany Co., NY. Harvey was born on 13 Apr 1827 in Chautauqua Co., NY, died on 30 Mar 1889 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 61, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

   76 F    ii. Dorothy COLVIN [1125] was born on 18 Mar 1827 in NY, died on 24 Mar 1888 at age 61, and was buried in Old Wells Cemetery, Oswayo, Potter Co., PA. 

Dorothy married Samuel John BEEBE [1127] [MRIN: 738], son of Stephen E. BEEBE Jr. [1186] and Sarah GALLANT [1187], in Sep 1847. Samuel was born on 2 May 1827 in Columbus, Chenango Co., NY, died on 25 Apr 1896 in Oswayo, Potter Co., PA at age 68, and was buried in Old Wells Cemetery, Oswayo, Potter Co., PA. 

• Biography: OSWAYO TOWNSHIP. 
SAMUEL BEEBE, pension agent and notary public, Oswayo, was born in Columbus, Chenango Co., 
N. Y., May 22, 1827, a son of Stephen and Dorcas (Church) Beebe, who settled in Alfred, Allegany Co., N. Y. , in 1839, and lived and died there. >From eight years of age Samuel Beebe was reared in Allegany county, and was educated in the common schools at Spring Mills, Allegany Co., N. Y. He began life as a farmer, and for six years was proprietor of a woolen factory in Independence, N. Y. In 1867 he located at Oswayo, and carried on mercantile business for one year, since which time he has been engaged in his present business. In September, 1847, he married Dorothy, daughter of Philo and Mary (Darling) Colvin, of Independence, N. Y. They have six children: Eber J., Gaylord C., Clara A. (Mrs. William L. Campbell), Prentice W. , Joel H. and John S. Mr. Beebe was justice of the peace in Independence, N. Y., for twenty years, and filled the same position in Oswayo for fifteen years. He was appointed associate judge of Potter county to fill a vacancy, and served one year; was county auditor three years. Politically he was formerly a Whig, and has been a stanch Republican since the organization of the party. 

Philo next married Catherine Maria FONDA [10085] [MRIN: 3637], daughter of John Henry FONDA [10086] and Catherine Ann DOCKSTADER [12483], in Jan 1838. Catherine was born on 15 Feb 1818 in Caughnawaga (Now Fonda), Montgomery Co., NY and died on 6 Jan 1893 at age 74. 

15. Elizabeth COLVIN [1710] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died probably bef 1851 in Grosse Point (Evanston), Cook Co., IL, and was buried in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Cook Co., IL. Another name for Elizabeth was Betsey. 

Elizabeth married Abe HATHAWAY [1712] [MRIN: 1099]. 

The child from this marriage was:

   77 F    i. HATHAWAY [16304]

16. Ruth COLVIN [1711] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born about 1813 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died about 1850 in Council Bluff, Pottawattamie Co., IA about age 37. 

Ruth married Joel C. STEBBINS [1713] [MRIN: 1100]. Joel was born about 1807 in CT and died about 1880 in MN about age 73. Other names for Joel were Joe and Joseph. 

Children from this marriage were:

   78 M    i. William STEBBINS [4895] was born about 1830 in NY. 

   79 F    ii. Rebecca J. STEBBINS [4896] was born about 1831 in NY. 

   80 M    iii. Walter S. STEBBINS [4897] was born about 1832 in NY, died on 10 May 1900 about age 68, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Iowa City, IA. 

Walter married Sarah SPICER [4904] [MRIN: 1780] on 25 Dec 1855 in Johnson Co., IA. Sarah was born in 1831 in PA, died on 28 Apr 1895 at age 64, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Iowa City, IA. 

   81 F    iv. Isabelle STEBBINS [3136] was born on 20 Aug 1833 in NY, died on 27 Jan 1907 in Neola, Pottawattamie Co., IA at age 73, and was buried on 30 Jan 1907 in Omaha, Douglas Co., NE. 

Isabelle married Charles Emerson BUTTERFIELD [3137] [MRIN: 586], son of Francis BUTTERFIELD [4911] and Polly McALLASTER [4912], in 1850. Charles was born on 4 Jul 1828 in Redwood, Jefferson Co., NY and died on 24 May 1884 in Bellvue, Sarpy Co., NE at age 55. 

• Biography: "Charles Emerson Butterfield: Some Ancestors, Descendants, And Biographical
History," contributed by Earl Miller [ssmillers@netzero.net]:

1. Charles Emerson-8 Butterfield [Francis7, Levi6 Benjamin5, Benjamin4,
Benjamin3, Joseph2, Benjamin1] was born July 04, 1828 in Redwood, Jefferson,
New York, and died May 24, 1884 in Bellevue, Sarpy, Nebraska. By 1850 he
had left Jefferson County for Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska, where he
spent the rest of his life as a rancher in the Nebraska Territory, and
afterward the State of Nebraska. Charles married ISABELLA STEBBINS,
daughter of JOEL C. STEBBINS AND RUTH COLVIN. They were united in marriage
in the Presbyterian Church at Bellevue, Nebraska, Presbytery of Nebraska,
Synod of MIssouri, by Reverand William Hamilton. Isabella was born August
20, 1833 in New York and died January 27, 1907 in Neola, Pottawattamie,
Iowa, burial, January 30, 1907, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska. Charles'
Butterfield and McAllaster ancestral lines are extensive in Jefferson
County, New York area, where landmarks today bear the families names.

Children of Charles Emerson Butterfield & Isabella Stebbins:
1. Francisca [Francis] Butterfield b. 17 Dec 1853; m. Jake Monniger

2. Sarah Jane Butterfield b. 17 Apr 1855 Iowa City, IA; d. 12 May 1898 Fort
Crook, NE;married 1874 Orrin Edwards in Pappillion, NE, b. 18 NOv 1845
Mt.Carroll, IL, d. 13 Oct 1920 Omaha, NE, son of Starling and Phebe Edwards.

3. Albert Parsons Butterfield b. 6 June 1859; m.Maggie Ferrill.
4. Carrie Isabelle Butterfield b. 8 Sept 1861; m. Wilfred Willis Wood.
5. Polly Amelia Butterfield b. 13 Feb 1866; m. Henry Craft
6. William Wallace Butterfield b. 1868
7. Charles Adolphus Butterfield b. 1869; m. Sophia Julian.
8. Mary Helen Butterfield b. 1871; m. Matthew Tully.
9. George Butterfield m. Minnie Oslen [sic]
10. Clayton Emerson Butterfield b. 1875 [twin]
11. Clinton Patterson Butterfield b. 1875 [twin]
12. Orilla May Butterfield b. 22 Oct 1877; m. Frank Scanlon.
 

   82 F    v. Dolly STEBBINS [4898] was born about 1837 in IL. 

   83 F    vi. Elizabeth STEBBINS [4899] was born about 1839 in IL. 

Elizabeth married A. B. W. SEYDELL [4910] [MRIN: 1781] on 29 Nov 1857 in Johnson Co., IA. 

   84 M    vii. George W. STEBBINS [4900] was born about 1842 in IL. 

   85 M    viii. Joshua STEBBINS [4901] was born about 1845 in IL. 

   86 F    ix. Ruth STEBBINS [4902] was born about 1847 in IL. 

   87 F    x. Henryetta STEBBINS [4903] was born about 1849 in IL. 

17. Nancy COLVIN [1286] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born on 11 Mar 1816 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 23 Mar 1889 in Lewisville, Ulysses Twp., Potter Co., PA at age 73, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

• Her obituary was published. MRS. NANCY JONES died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Allen, in Lewisville, March 23, 1889, of apoplexy, Mrs. Nancy Jones in 75th year of life. 
Was daughter of Joshua and Dolly Colvin, born at Knoxville, PA, March 11, 1816. Was sister of the late Judge Gaylord Colvin and George W. Colvin, Esq., of Bingham. 
When 12 years of age she removed with her parents to Spring Mills, NY where she resided till her marriage to the late Isaac W. Jones, February 7, 1830. He was an accomplished teacher of many years experience and she was a pupil in the school at Spring Mills where he then was teaching. Though scarcely fifteen years of age she was large in stature, graceful in bearing, and mature in character and intellect. Her precocious womanliness crowned so bewitchingly her youthful years that this educated gentleman, ten years her senior, was smitten with her charms and laid his heart at her feet, the youngest lady of acquaintance. 
They began housekeeping at once on the farm in Bingham Township, now the residence of her son-in-law, C. M. Burt, the husband of her daughter, Kate.
With the exception of a few years spent at Sharon Center, where W. W. Jones had a large lumbering business and a few years spent at Spring Mills to give her children the benefit of the school at that place, she resided on the farm where she began her married life. 
Of her eight children, four still survive. Mrs. A. A. Newton, of Sharon Center; Mrs. C. M. Allen, of Lewisville; Mrs. C. M. Burt, of North Bingham; and Mr. Horace Jones, of Wellsville, NY. Her daughter, Mrs. Mary Ransom, for many years an invalid, died several years ago and her youngest daughter, Delphine, died suddenly just as she was becoming a successful teacher and an accomplished woman. 
The greatest sorrow came to her December 5, 1865 when, she lost her husband after 36 years of happy married life. 
In winter of 1857-58, during a revival at Bingham Center, Mr. and Mrs. Jones experienced religion and joined the Methodist Church. 
Joshua and Dolly Colvin were Quakers. 

Nancy married Isaac W. JONES [1287] [MRIN: 823] on 7 Feb 1830 in Spring Mills, Independance, Allegany Co., NY. Isaac was born in 1807 in VT, died on 5 Dec 1865 at age 58, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

• He was employed. Teacher 

Children from this marriage were:

   88 F    i. Herietta JONES [1290] was born in 1836 in Potter Co., PA. 

   89 F    ii. Mary A. JONES [1293] was born in 1838 in Potter Co., PA and died before 1889. 

Mary married RANSOM [1294] [MRIN: 827]. 

   90 F    iii. Dolly S. JONES [1291] was born on 24 Dec 1831 in PA, died on 8 Feb 1910 at age 78, and was buried in Sharon Center Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

• She was employed. Teacher 

Dolly married Amos Aylsworth NEWTON [1296] [MRIN: 40], son of Marshall NEWTON [1297] and Prudence AYLESWORTH [1298], on 22 May 1850 in Sharon, Potter Co., PA. Amos was born on 16 Apr 1822 in Bainbridge, Chenango Co., NY, died on 15 Apr 1897 at age 74, and was buried in Sharon Center Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

• Biography: AMOS A. NEWTON, farmer, P.O. Sharon Centre, was born in Bainbridge, Chenango Co., N.Y., April 16, 1822, a son of Marshall and Prudence (Aylesworth) Newton. His paternal grandfather was Amasa Newton, a native of Vermont and a pioneer of Chenango county, N.Y., and was a son of Thaddeus Newton, a soldier of the Revolutionary war, also a pioneer of Chenango county. His maternal grandfather was Andrew Aylesworth, of French descent, also a pioneer of Chenango county, N.Y.
Amos A. Newton was reared in his native county and settled in Sharon township, Potter Co., Penn., in 1846; was for many years engaged in the lumber business, and was a member of the firm of Nichols, Stevens & Co., for ten years. He settled on the farm he now occupies, in 1867, most of which he cleared, and has made all improvements in buildings, etc. In 1850 he married Dolly S., daughter of Isaac W. and Nancy (Colvin) Jones, who were among the first settlers of Sharon township. They have five children, viz.: William E., Fred N., Jennie (Mrs. Arthur Cole), Jessie (Mrs. Charles H. Cole) and Kate. Mr. Newton is a prominent farmer of Sharon township, and an enterprising citizen. In politics he is a Republican. 

   91 M    iv. Horace JONES [1292] was born in 1842 in North Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA, died on 27 Nov 1903 at age 61, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

   92 F    v. Catherine M. JONES [1288] was born on 2 May 1845 in North Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA, died on 29 Jun 1927 at age 82, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. Another name for Catherine was Kate. 

Catherine married Charles M. BURT [1289] [MRIN: 824], son of Titus Wright BURT [3252] and Elizabeth LEWIS [3253], in Jun 1867. Charles was born on 4 Sep 1846 in Ulysses, Potter Co., PA, died on 16 Jul 1941 at age 94, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

   93 F    vi. Ruth D. JONES [1628] was born in 1852. 

19. Archibald K. COLVIN [1674] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born from 1815 to 1820 in Clarence, Erie Co., NY, died on 29 May 1870 in Eddyville, Ward 2, Wapello Co., IA at age 54, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA. 

General Notes: Land Patent Certificate #4159 issued to Archibald K. Colvin for 80 acres in Fon du Lac Co., WI on 10 May 1848

US Mortality census of 1870 Iowa 

Archibald married Ann Braton HUNTOON [1675] [MRIN: 1073], daughter of George Washington HUNTOON [1686] and Lucinda BOWLER [1687], about 1845. The marriage ended in divorce on 7 May 1853. Ann was born on 8 Feb 1828 in Champlain, Clinton Co., NY and died on 24 Mar 1910 in Mulliken, Eaton Co., MI at age 82. 

Children from this marriage were:

   94 F    i. Lucinda Melissa COLVIN [1679] was born on 16 Feb 1845 in Cook Co., IL, died on 29 Dec 1919 in Roxland, Eaton Co., MI at age 74, and was buried in Meadowbrook Cemetery, Roxand Twp., Eaton Co., MI. 

Lucinda married Hollis TAYLOR [1682] [MRIN: 1076] on 13 Mar 1866 in Ionia Co., MI. Hollis was born about 1836 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH and died on 11 Jan 1873 in Louisville, KY about age 37. 

   95 M    ii. Charles COLVIN [1680] was born about 1848 in Cook Co., IL and died before 7 May 1853 in Cook Co., IL. 

Death Notes: six mo. old 

Archibald next married H. E. [10091] [MRIN: 3640]. H. was born about 1835 in NY. 

20. George W. COLVIN [325] (Joshua2, Joseph1) was born on 22 Feb 1824 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 29 Mar 1907 at age 83, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

George married Adelia NICHOLS [592] [MRIN: 140], daughter of Samuel NICHOLS [2963] and Abigail "Nabby" CHASE [2964]. Adelia was born on 19 Dec 1830 in NY, died on 20 May 1907 at age 76, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

   96 F    i. Ann E. COLVIN [1123] was born on 27 Jun 1853 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA, died on 4 Jan 1927 in Potter Co., PA at age 73, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

Ann married William Greenleaf RAYMOND [1443] [MRIN: 725]. William was born on 25 May 1847 in PA, died on 13 Apr 1925 in Potter Co., PA at age 77, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

   97 M    ii. Gaylord E. COLVIN [1116] was born on 11 Jan 1855 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA, died on 12 Mar 1917 in Potter Co., PA at age 62, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

• Biography: Potter County, PA
GAYLORD E. COLVIN, farmer, P. O. North Bingham, was born in Bingham township, Potter Co., Penn., January 11, 1854, a son of George W. and Adelia (Nichols) Colvin. His paternal grandparents were Joshua and Dorothea (Castler) Colvin, who settled in Bingham township in 1833, and cleared and improved a farm. They afterward removed to Cook county, Ill., where they died. His maternal grandparents were Samuel and Nabby (Chase) Nichols, pioneers of Eldred, McKean Co., Penn. George W. Colvin was reared in Bingham township from nine years of age. He cleared and improved the farm now occupied by G. E. Colvin, and for a number of years was engaged in lumbering in Sharon township, Potter county. He is now a resident of North Bingham. He held the office of commissioner of Potter county two terms, and is a respected and prominent citizen. His children were Ann (Mrs. William G. Raymond) and Gaylord E. The latter resides on and conducts the old homestead. He married, October 16, 1877, Hattie, daughter of Harmon P. and Jane (Millard) Matson, of Woodhull, Steuben Co., N. Y. Mr. Colvin is a representative young farmer of Bingham township, and in politics he is a Republican. 

Gaylord married Hattie MATSON [1119] [MRIN: 621], daughter of Harmon P. MATSON [1120] and Jane F. MILLARD [1122], on 10 Oct 1877 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Hattie was born on 6 Jan 1856 in NY, died on 10 Sep 1910 at age 54, and was buried in Ulysses Cemetery, Potter Co., PA. 

• Her obituary was published. Mrs. G. E. Colvin of Ulysses died September 10, 1910. Hattie Matson was born January 6, 1856 at Woodhull, N.Y.; married there October 10, 1877 to G. E. Colvin of Bingham. Survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Jane Matson and by an only brother N. P. Matson of Woodhull. Her mother has been with her for two years. 
Ulysses Sentinel Sep 10, 1910 

Gaylord next married Lavinia H. HALLETT [19246] [MRIN: 7282], daughter of Franklin HALLETT [19247] and Elizabeth CROSBY [19248], on 10 Apr 1912 in Jasper, Steuben Co., NY. Lavinia was born in Dec 1859 in Canisteo, Steuben Co., NY, died in 1940 at age 81, and was buried in Jasper Village Cemetery, Steuben Co., NY. 

22. Charlotte COLVIN [141] (Caleb2, Joseph1) was born on 12 May 1796, died on 22 Nov 1872 in Cameron Mills, Steuben Co., NY at age 76, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Charlotte married Joseph TUBBS [151] [MRIN: 74], son of Bethuel TUBBS [5510] and Cynthia RICE [5511], on 28 Dec 1812 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Joseph was born on 27 Apr 1792, died on 15 Aug 1842 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 50, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   98 F    i. Nancy TUBBS [152] was born on 21 Sep 1813. 

   99 F    ii. Cynthia Lurana TUBBS [153] was born on 21 Mar 1815, died on 28 Apr 1890 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 75, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Cynthia married Christopher MARLATT [790] [MRIN: 80], son of Matthias MARLATT [8909] and Phoebe McMINDES [18826], on 16 Feb 1835. Christopher was born on 29 Nov 1811 in Saratoga Co., NY, died on 13 Nov 1897 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 85, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   100 F    iii. Hannah TUBBS [154] was born on 22 Feb 1817. 

   101 M    iv. Silas Granger TUBBS [155] was born on 14 Jan 1819, died on 17 Mar 1894 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 75, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Silas married Julia Ann MATTHEWSON [792] [MRIN: 81]. Julia was born in 1823 in NY, died on 9 Dec 1895 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 72, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   102 F    v. Roxanna Diana TUBBS [156] was born on 1 Jul 1821 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died on 3 Sep 1895 at age 74. 

Roxanna married William TOWSLEY [793] [MRIN: 82], son of Stephen L. TOWSLEY [8958] and Amitta ROWLEY [8957]. William was born on 15 Jun 1822 and died on 27 Jun 1889 at age 67. 

   103 M    vi. Gaylord C. TUBBS [157] was born on 14 May 1823, died on 1 Mar 1844 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 20, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   104 F    vii. Lois Ann TUBBS [158] was born on 12 Feb 1825, died on 11 Feb 1916 at age 90, and was buried in Grove Cemetery, Bath, Steuben Co., NY. 

Lois married John H. READ Md [794] [MRIN: 83], son of James READ [1975] and Hannon HAMMOND [1976]. John died on 14 Aug 1864 and was buried in Grove Cemetery, Bath, Steuben Co., NY. 

   105 M    viii. William Washington TUBBS [159] was born on 27 Dec 1827 in Stueben Co., NY, died on 13 Oct 1899 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 71, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

William married Permelia J. MARLATT [795] [MRIN: 84], daughter of Abraham MARLATT [796] and Elizabeth TUBBS [797], on 19 Oct 1846. Permelia was born on 30 Aug 1823 in Jasper, Steuben Co., NY, died on 21 Sep 1887 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 64, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   106 M    ix. Stephen Harrison TUBBS [160] was born on 12 Jan 1830. 

   107 F    x. Charlotte Maria TUBBS [161] was born on 13 Feb 1834. 

Charlotte married Farland WYLIE Md [798] [MRIN: 85]. Farland was born on 20 Aug 1819 in Coventry, Chenango Co., NY. 

   108 F    xi. Sarah Jane TUBBS [162] was born on 22 Jul 1838 and died on 16 Jan 1918 at age 79. 

Sarah married George CASTERLINE [799] [MRIN: 86]. 

Sarah next married Daniel SHAFFER [800] [MRIN: 322]. 

23. Stephen COLVIN [142] (Caleb2, Joseph1) was born in 1799, died on 19 Sep 1873 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 74, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He was employed. Operated a whiskey distillery untill 1825 and the Colvin Hotel from 1822 until 1851 in Tioga Co., PA 

Stephen married Roxanna MATTESON [179] [MRIN: 93], daughter of Jonathan MATTESON [130] and Lydia COLVIN [129], in 1826. Roxanna was born in 1802 in Herkimer Co., NY, died in 1872 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 70, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   109 F    i. Jane COLVIN [801] was born on 1 Jun 1827, died on 1 Feb 1893 at age 65, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Jane married Henry EVERTS [802] [MRIN: 323]. 

Jane next married George KELLY [803] [MRIN: 324]. 

   110 M    ii. Stephen B. COLVIN [804] was born on 19 Nov 1830 and died on 25 Jun 1880 at age 49. 

Stephen married Mary WARD [805] [MRIN: 325]. Mary was born on 12 Jan 1841 and died on 2 Jul 1866 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 25. Another name for Mary was WARD. 

Stephen next married Catherine A. [2987] [MRIN: 639]. Catherine was born about 1841 in PA and died after 1880. 

   111 M    iii. Caleb COLVIN [806] was born in 1832, died on 8 Feb 1891 at age 59, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Caleb married Emily DATES [807] [MRIN: 326]. Emily was born in 1844. 

   112 F    iv. Lydia COLVIN [808] was born on 19 Sep 1835 and died on 24 Sep 1878 at age 43. 

   113 F    v. Roxy COLVIN [809] was born in 1836 in NY. 

Roxy married Joseph RIAL (ROYAL) [810] [MRIN: 327]. 

   114 F    vi. Lois COLVIN [811] was born on 7 Jan 1837 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 24 Oct 1918 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 81, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Lois married James Henry TUBBS [812] [MRIN: 328], son of Frederick TUBBS [813] and Lucy Philena COLVIN [146], in Oct 1861. James was born on 1 Feb 1836 in Mills, Potter Co., PA, died on 26 Nov 1925 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 89, and was buried on 29 Nov 1925 in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He was employed. Farmer 

   115 M    vii. Clarence Emmett COLVIN [814] was born on 14 Jul 1845 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 2 Feb 1916 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 70, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He was employed. Partner with brother Delancy in E & D Colvin; merchants in live stock & produce, Woodhull, NY 

Clarence married Ladorna J. SPENCER [815] [MRIN: 329], daughter of C. I. SPENCER [16472] and Unknown, on 3 Apr 1872. Ladorna was born in 1855 in Page Brook, Chenango Co., NY, died on 25 Jun 1898 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 43, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Clarence next married Louella M. SQUIRES [816] [MRIN: 330], daughter of George SQUIRES [6453] and Matilda MYNUR [6454], in 1899. Louella was born in May 1876 in PA, died in 1941 at age 65, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Louella was Lulu. 

   116 M    viii. Delancey S. COLVIN [817] was born on 14 Apr 1847 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 13 Dec 1905 at age 58, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He was employed. Parner with brother C. Emmett in E & D Colvin, Woodhull, NY 

Delancey married Mary A. BROOKS [818] [MRIN: 331], daughter of William Rensselaer BROOKS [819] and Jane SIMMONS [820], on 4 Jul 1866. Mary was born on 17 Aug 1850, died in 1921 at age 71, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   117 F    ix. Eugenia E. COLVIN [821] was born on 24 Oct 1848 in NY, died on 23 Jan 1924 at age 75, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Eugenia married Marion H. BROOKS [822] [MRIN: 333], son of William Rensselaer BROOKS [819] and Jane SIMMONS [820], on 30 Dec 1865 in Slaterville Springs, Tompkins Co., NY. Marion was born on 29 Oct 1847 in Dryden, Tompkins Co., NY, died on 13 Jan 1924 at age 76, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He served in the military from 1864 to 1865. Civil War 

24. Lois COLVIN [145] (Caleb2, Joseph1) was born in 1806 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died in 1840 at age 34. 

Lois married Henry W. BROWN [872] [MRIN: 78] in 1824. Henry was born in 1798 and died in 1871 at age 73. 

Children from this marriage were:

   118 M    i. James COLVIN [873] was born in 1832 and died in 1905 at age 73. 

James married Theresa BROWN [874] [MRIN: 357] in 1855. Theresa was born in 1835 and died in 1906 at age 71. 

   119 M    ii. Thomas COLVIN [875] died in 1875. 

Thomas married Phoebe PAGE [876] [MRIN: 358] in 1864. Phoebe was born in 1844. 

25. Christopher COLVIN [143] (Caleb2, Joseph1) was born on 8 Jul 1801, died on 8 Sep 1885 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 84, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Christopher married Elizabeth COOPER [823] [MRIN: 76] on 3 Jan 1832. Elizabeth was born in 1813 in Canada, died on 21 May 1898 in Stueben Co., NY at age 85, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Elizabeth was Betsey. 

Children from this marriage were:

   120 F    i. Calphurnia COLVIN [824] was born on 26 Oct 1832, died on 19 Dec 1853 in Stueben Co., NY at age 21, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Calphurnia married Rev. H. R. TILLOTTSON [825] [MRIN: 334] from 1850 to 1853 in Stueben Co., NY. 

   121 M    ii. Russell C. COLVIN [826] was born on 11 Jun 1834, died on 8 Sep 1838 at age 4, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   122 F    iii. Sarah J. COLVIN [827] was born about 1836 in Stueben Co., NY, died on 2 Aug 1875 in Stueben Co., NY about age 39, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• She was employed. Teacher 

   123 M    iv. Rev. William Wallace COLVIN [828] was born on 27 Apr 1838 in Stueben Co., NY, died on 15 Nov 1867 at age 29, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He was employed. ME minister 

William married Amanda M. REYNOLDS [829] [MRIN: 335], daughter of William W. REYNOLDS [17629] and Maria [17630]. Amanda was born about 1839 in Prob. Independence, Allegany Co., NY. 

   124 M    v. Silas Rufiel COLVIN [830] was born about 1840 in Stueben Co., NY, died on 22 Apr 1863 in Washington, DC about age 23, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington VA. 

   125 M    vi. James C. COLVIN [831] was born on 29 Jan 1843 in Stueben Co., NY, died on 31 Mar 1862 in Camp Good Hope, Washington DC at age 19, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   126 M    vii. George W. COLVIN [832] was born about 1845 in Stueben Co., NY and died on 27 Nov 1863 in Locust Grove about age 18. 

   127 F    viii. Permelia B. COLVIN [833] was born from 25 Feb 1847 to 1848 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 6 Jul 1886 in Liberty, Casey Co., KY at age 39, and was buried in Corry, Erie Co., PA. 

Permelia married Charles Henry BARTLE [834] [MRIN: 336], son of Henry Gorden BARTLE [835] and Urania Viana BARTOO [836], from 11 Feb 1865 to 1866 in Birdsall, Allegany Co., NY. Charles was born on 5 Nov 1845 in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY and died on 29 Dec 1910 in Liberty, Casey Co., KY at age 65. 

   128 M    ix. Andrew J. COLVIN [837] was born on 26 May 1852 in Stueben Co., NY, died on 20 Jun 1854 at age 2, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   129 M    x. Willis A. COLVIN [838] was born in Jan 1858 in Stueben Co., NY, died in 1919 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 61, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Willis married Etta BROWNELL [839] [MRIN: 338]. Etta was born in 1862 in NY. 

Willis next married Margaret BARTLE [840] [MRIN: 339], daughter of Phillip John BARTLE [841] and Catherine WILSON [842], on 6 Nov 1883 in Deposit, Broome Co., NY. Margaret was born in Nov 1858 in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY, died in 1928 in Stueben Co., NY at age 70, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

26. Electa Bird COLVIN [144] (Caleb2, Joseph1) was born on 13 Dec 1803, died on 22 Mar 1842 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 38, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Electa married Levi TUBBS [843] [MRIN: 77], son of Benjamin TUBBS [844] and Lurana SEARLES [845], on 12 Jan 1819 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Levi was born on 22 Aug 1799 in Washington Co., NY, died on 3 Jul 1847 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 47, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   130 M    i. George Franklin TUBBS [846] was born on 22 Feb 1821 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 21 Jan 1889 at age 67, and was buried in Annin Cemetery, Mckean Co., PA. 

George married Polly Maranda HOLMES [847] [MRIN: 342], daughter of William HOLMES [848] and Sarah (Twin) WHEELER [849], on 7 Mar 1841 in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY. Polly was born on 31 Dec 1824 and died on 21 Mar 1853 in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY at age 28. 

George next married Nancy Maria HAYES [850] [MRIN: 344], daughter of Lewis HAYES [7578] and Unknown, on 2 May 1853. Nancy was born on 24 Apr 1827 in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY, died on 14 Mar 1863 in Annin Creek, Mckean Co., PA at age 35, and was buried in Annin Cemetery, Mckean Co., PA. 

George next married Sarah Matilda RODGERS [851] [MRIN: 345] on 12 Jul 1863. Sarah was born on 3 Apr 1825 in Scio, Allegany Co., NY, died on 11 Nov 1906 at age 81, and was buried in Annin Cemetery, Mckean Co., PA. Another name for Sarah was Sally. 

   131 M    ii. William Harrison TUBBS [852] was born on 27 Jan 1823 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died on 2 Nov 1901 in Jackson, Tioga Co., PA at age 78. 

William married Huldah Lurana TUBBS [853] [MRIN: 346], daughter of Zebulon TUBBS [854] and Sarah RICE [855], in Sep 1845 in Stueben Co., NY. Huldah was born about 1827 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

William next married Margaret Amelia LITTLE [856] [MRIN: 348], daughter of Robert LITTLE [860] and Isabella MACFARLAND [861], on 10 May 1864. Margaret was born on 27 Mar 1840 in Cattaraugus Co., NY and died on 24 Jul 1870 in Farmington, Olmstead Co., MN at age 30. 

William next married Catherine CHANDLER [857] [MRIN: 349], daughter of Ezra CHANDLER [858] and Lurinda ROWE [859], on 20 Mar 1872 in PA. Catherine was born on 23 Aug 1847 in Port Allegany, Mckean Co., PA and died on 7 Mar 1923 in Randolph, Cattaraugus Co., NY at age 75. 

   132 M    iii. Frederick Henry TUBBS [862] was born on 25 Apr 1825 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He was employed. minister 

Frederick married Betsey H. HARDER [863] [MRIN: 352], daughter of Henry M. HARDER [12774] and Lucinda BUTLER [17519], on 24 Dec 1845. Betsey was born on 12 Jun 1827 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   133 F    iv. Julia Ann TUBBS [864] was born on 22 Jun 1828 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Julia married Alexander Leon GOODRICH [865] [MRIN: 353], son of Allen GOODRICH [5501] and Elizabeth LORD [5502], on 6 Jul 1845. Alexander was born on 29 Jun 1821 in Sydney, Delaware Co., NY. 

   134 M    v. Christopher Jerome TUBBS [866] was born on 29 Aug 1831 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 9 May 1891 at age 59, and was buried in Wells Cemetery, Oswayo, Potter Co., PA. 

• He was employed. carpenter, joiner 

• Biography: Potter County, PA
CHRISTOPHER J. TUBBS, furniture dealer, Oswayo, was born in Woodhull, Steuben Co., N. Y., August 29, 1831, a son of Levi and Electa B. (Colvin) Tubbs, natives of Cortland and Herkimer counties, N. Y., respectively, and pioneers of Steuben Co., N. Y. The father of Levi was a native of Vermont. The father of Electa B. Tubbs was born in Rhode Island, and her mother in Connecticut. Christopher J. Tubbs was reared in his native county, where he secured a common-school education and learned the carpenter's trade. In 1849 he located in Hector, Potter county, where he worked as a journeyman for four years. He then returned to Steuben county, N. Y., remaining there until August, 1858, when he returned to Ulysses, Potter Co., Penn., and worked on a church until April, 1859, when he went to Conneautville, Crawford Co., Penn., where he worked at his trade until the last of November. He next went to Ceres, McKean county, and worked at his trade until October 17,1861, when he enlisted in Company F, Fifty-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers, and served four years, four months and ten days, and was honorably discharged at Philadelphia February 27, 1866. He then returned to Ceres and worked at his trade one year, then removed to Annin township, McKean county, where he lived three years, thence to Port Allegany, and a year later to Roulette, Potter Co., where he spent seven years. In 1881, he located at Oswayo, where he now resides, and has conducted a furniture store since 1884. He was married, July 4, 1866, to Laura A., daughter of Thomas and Catherine W. H. (Bacon) McDonald, of Sharon, this county, and they have two children: Catherine J. and Lena A. Mr. Tubbs is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church; is a member of the Masonic fraternity and of the G. A. R., and in politics he is a Republican. 

Christopher married Laura Ann McDONALD [867] [MRIN: 354], daughter of Thomas McDONALD [868] and Catherine W. H. BACON [869], on 4 Jul 1866 in Portville, NY. Laura was born on 23 May 1847 in Sharon, Potter Co., PA, died in 1897 at age 50, and was buried in Wells Cemetery, Oswayo, Potter Co., PA. 

   135 F    vi. Hannah Louisa TUBBS [870] was born on 19 Feb 1834 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died on 13 Feb 1881 in Harrison, Potter Co., PA at age 46. 

Hannah married Richard BATES [871] [MRIN: 356], son of Henry BATES [15185] and Sally Louisa BARTOO [15186]. Richard was born on 16 May 1829 in Greene, Chenango Co., NY and died on 3 Oct 1899 at age 70. 

27. Lucy Philena COLVIN [146] (Caleb2, Joseph1) was born on 29 Mar 1807 in NY, died on 1 Sep 1848 in NY at age 41, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Lucy married Frederick TUBBS [813] [MRIN: 79], son of Benjamin TUBBS [844] and Lurana SEARLES [845]. Frederick was born about 1808 and died on 3 May 1886 in Ward, Tioga Co., PA about age 78. 

• His obituary was published. Mr. Frederick Tubbs 
In Ward, Pa., May 3, 1886, of general debility, Mr. Frederick Tubbs, aged 78 years. (Tuesday, May 11, 1886, The Wellsboro Agitator, Wellsboro, Tioga Co, Pa.) 
 

Children from this marriage were:

   136 F    i. Harriet Lodema TUBBS [880]

   137 M    ii. Caleb Colvin TUBBS [877] was born on 15 Apr 1825 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died on 22 Nov 1890 in Sherburn, Mitchell Co., IA at age 65. 

Caleb married Jane Eliza HARRIS [878] [MRIN: 360] in 1846. Jane was born on 22 Jun 1833 in Chemung Co., NY, died on 2 Jul 1902 in Mitchell Co., IA at age 69, and was buried in Oak Grove Cem., Mitchell Co., IA. 

Caleb next married Clarissa SHAFFER [879] [MRIN: 361] on 18 Oct 1886. 

   138 M    iii. Simeon Richmond TUBBS [881] was born on 3 Jun 1828 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and was buried on 30 Dec 1917 in Champlin Cemetery, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Simeon married Harriet CARPENTER [882] [MRIN: 362], daughter of Charles CARPENTER [12627] and Betsey KNOX [1668]. Harriet was born in 1835 in NH, died on 2 Nov 1875 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 40, and was buried in Carpenter Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Simeon next married Mahala (Becraft) LUTHER [883] [MRIN: 363]. 

   139 F    iv. Abi Maranda TUBBS [884] was born about 1831. 

Abi married Dennis CAULKINS [885] [MRIN: 364]. 

   140 F    v. Mary Ann TUBBS [886] was born on 2 Apr 1834 in Steuben Co., NY and died in 1928 in Pipestone Co., MN at age 94. 

Mary married David Curtis BULLARD [887] [MRIN: 365] in 1850 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   141 M    vi. James Henry TUBBS [812] was born on 1 Feb 1836 in Mills, Potter Co., PA, died on 26 Nov 1925 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 89, and was buried on 29 Nov 1925 in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He was employed. Farmer 

James married Lois COLVIN [811] [MRIN: 328], daughter of Stephen COLVIN [142] and Roxanna MATTESON [179], in Oct 1861. Lois was born on 7 Jan 1837 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 24 Oct 1918 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 81, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

   142 F    vii. Martha Malinda TUBBS [888] was born about 1839. 

Martha married Davis CAULKINS [889] [MRIN: 366]. 

   143 F    viii. Betsey Maria TUBBS [890] was born from 3 Apr 1841 to 1842. 

   144 F    ix. Lucy Lurana TUBBS [891] was born on 16 Apr 1845 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died in 1929 at age 84. 

Lucy married John Wesley TAYLOR [892] [MRIN: 367] on 27 Oct 1861. John was born on 18 Jun 1838 in Moravia, Cayuga Co., NY and died on 20 Feb 1906 in Normany, Moore Co., TN at age 67. 

   145 F    x. Emily Jane TUBBS [893] was born on 22 Jan 1847. 

Emily married James Watson MORGAN [894] [MRIN: 368]. 

   146 F    xi. Electa Emogene TUBBS [895] was born on 22 Jan 1847 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Electa married Anthony SMITH [896] [MRIN: 369] on 5 Jul 1863. Anthony died on 9 Jun 1882 in Richmond Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

Electa next married George GREEN [897] [MRIN: 370]. 

28. Joseph COLVIN [902] (Caleb2, Joseph1) was born on 29 Mar 1812 in Probably NY and died on 23 May 1849 in IL at age 37. 

General Notes: “Historical Sketch of the Sheldon Family,” Information on Sheldon, Hurlburt and Matteson Families, authored by Donna Bodily, Vernal, UT, Aug. 1967, Chapt. IX, pg. 412, on the BYU site.
ELSIE MATTESON-6 - b. 6-13-1816, d. March 1897, daughter of Jonathan and Lydia Colvin Matteson, married 1st JOE COLVIN of Tuscarora, NY, b. 3-29-1812, died in Illinois 5-23-1849. Joe was but 18 and Elsie 14 at their marriage but these youngsters went to Illinois and settled fourteen miles from Chicago. Joe had to walk that full 11 miles for provisions and on one trip he brought back an iron flat-iron that Mrs. Frank Carpenter gave Effie White as a souvenir in May 1939 – the 20th to be exact. They raised a family but on May 23d, 1849, Joe died and in just eight days their son William Colvin died. In the same week Elsie’s Mother, Lydia Colvin Matteson, died [5-29-1849] so her father, Jonathan Matteson went out to Illinois and brought Elsie and the family that remained back to Knoxville, Penna. They had six children:
1. Lucretia b. 12-17-1831, d. 5-9-1839
2. Christopher b. 11-13-1835, d. 6-20-1914; marr. Lucretia Matteson
3. Wm. W. b. 3-17-1840, d. 31 May 1849
4. Lucina b. 5-27-1842; m. Harry Mack
5. Jonathan b. 12-31-1845, d. 6-30-1846
6. Lydia b. 1-11-1847; marr. Alonzo Robertson, Morris, Penn. 4 children listed.
Elsie Matteson Colvin married 2d. John Carpenter b. 12-27-1826, d. 1-12, 1885. At the Frank Carpenter home both Elsie Matteson Colvin Carpenter and Lucina Colvin Mack were cared for in their old age. This couple had:
1. Wm. L. Carpenter b. 4-30-1853, d. 8-8-1853
2. Henry Adelbert Carpenter b. 8-31 1854, d. 1-26, 1926
3. Franklin Gaylord Carpenter b. 5-25-1857, d. 1-26, 1926. 

Joseph married Elsie MATTESON [183] [MRIN: 95], daughter of Jonathan MATTESON [130] and Lydia COLVIN [129], in 1830. Elsie was born on 13 Jun 1816 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died in Mar 1897 at age 80. 

Children from this marriage were:

   147 F    i. Lucretia COLVIN [1612] was born on 17 Dec 1831 and died on 9 May 1839 at age 7. 

   148 M    ii. Christopher COLVIN [1615] was born on 13 Nov 1836 in Tioga Co., PA, died on 14 Jun 1914 in North Clarendon, Warren Co., PA at age 77, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Warren Co., PA. 

Christopher married Lucretia MATTISON [3500] [MRIN: 1325], daughter of John MATTISON [181] and Rosilla [7989], on 15 Feb 1859 in Chatham Twp., Toiga Co., PA. Lucretia was born in 1838 in Tioga Co., PA, died on 3 Jun 1898 in North Clarendon, Warren Co., PA at age 60, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Warren Co., PA. 

Christopher next married Mary Elizabeth FARMER [7577] [MRIN: 2745], daughter of Samuel W. FARMER [11531] and Amelia DANE [11534], about 1901. Mary was born in 1860 in PA and died in Jun 1930 at age 70. 

• Her obituary was published on 16 Jun 1930. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Calvin died at her home at 5:45 o'cliock. She is 
survived by a daughter, Mrs. Bessie Farnsworth, Clarendon; brother, Samuel 
Farmer, Clarendon; two half-brothers, Herbert Gill, of Cleveland, and George 
Gill, Long Beach, Calif. The funeral services will be held from the home of 
her brother in Clarendon at a time to be announced later.
 

   149 M    iii. William W. COLVIN [16319] was born on 17 Mar 1840 in PA and died on 31 May 1849 in IL at age 9. 

   150 F    iv. Lucina COLVIN [1616] was born on 27 Mar 1842 in PA and was buried on 17 Aug 1919 in King Or Upper Jemison Cemetery, Chatham, Tioga Co., PA. 

• Her obituary was published. Wellsboro (PA) Agitator, 20 Aug 1919

Mrs. Lucina Mack, aged 76 years,
was buried Sunday afternoon. She
was the widow of Harry Mack and
was a former resident of this vicinity. 

Lucina married Harrison MACK [7602] [MRIN: 2752] on 14 Feb 1861 in Westfield, Tioga Co., PA. Harrison was born on 12 Oct 1819 in NY, died on 2 Nov 1864 in Tioga Co., PA at age 45, and was buried in King Or Upper Jemison Cemetery, Chatham, Tioga Co., PA. 

   151 M    v. Jonathan COLVIN [16320] was born on 31 Dec 1845 in IL and died on 30 Jun 1846 in IL. 

   152 F    vi. Lydia L. COLVIN [1617] was born on 11 Nov 1847 in IL. 

Lydia married Alanson B. ROBERTSON [7579] [MRIN: 2751], son of John R. ROBERTSON [9372] and Sabra [11989]. Alanson was born in 1842 in NY, died on 7 Jul 1909 at age 67, and was buried in Bath National Cemetery, Steuben Co., NY. 

• He served in the military Co D 75th Inf Reg NY Enlisted 17 Sep 1861. 

35. Matteson CUMMINGS [3898] (Elizabeth COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born about 1813 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died after 1880 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

Matteson married Abigail R. [4729] [MRIN: 1438]. Abigail was born about 1806 in NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   153 M    i. Stephen CUMMINGS [4730] was born about 1833 in PA. 

   154 M    ii. Simeon CUMMINGS [4731] was born on 10 Jul 1834 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died on 15 Jan 1887 at age 52. 

Simeon married Armina [6952] [MRIN: 2497] on 21 Dec 1856. Armina was born on 9 Feb 1839 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died on 16 Mar 1917 at age 78. 

   155 M    iii. David CUMMINGS [4732] was born about 1836 in PA. 

   156 F    iv. Ruth CUMMINGS [4733] was born about 1838 in PA and died in 1887 in Sandy Creek Twp., Mercer Co., PA about age 49. 

Ruth married Albert MATTESON [10023] [MRIN: 3614], son of Gardner MATTESON [9768] and Elizabeth Betsey WINEGARDEN [10885]. Albert was born on 8 Sep 1830 in Lewisburg, Luzerne Co., PA, died on 30 Sep 1893 in Cowanesque Valley, Tioga Co., PA at age 63, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

   157 M    v. Alva CUMMINGS [4734] was born about 1839 in PA. 

   158 F    vi. Susan M. CUMMINGS [4735] was born about 1842 in PA. 

   159 M    vii. John CUMMINGS [4736] was born about 1844 in PA. 

   160 F    viii. Betsey C. CUMMINGS [3899] was born on 17 Aug 1846, died on 15 Jul 1847, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

   161 F    ix. Mary CUMMINGS [4737] was born aby 1849 in PA. 

36. George I. COLVIN [117] (Christopher2, Joseph1) was born on 27 Jan 1804 in NY, was baptized on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 1 Jul 1886 in Morris, Otsego Co., NY at age 82. 

General Notes: Baptismal name: Georgius. 

• He was employed. Otsego Co., NY business directory 1872/3: Colvin, Geo. I., (Morris) hop grower, dairyman and farmer 

George married Dorothy SMALL [119] [MRIN: 61], daughter of Melchior SMALL [164] and Dorothy PETRIE [165], on 15 Nov 1825 in Reformed Church Of Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. Dorothy was born on 2 Apr 1806 in Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY and died on 20 Apr 1891 near Demock Hollow, Otsego Co., NY at age 85. Other names for Dorothy were Dolly and Dorethea. 

Children from this marriage were:

   162 M    i. John COLVIN [166] was born on 1 Apr 1825, was baptized on 4 Jun 1826 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 24 May 1910 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY at age 85. 

• He was employed. Otsego Co. NY Business Directory: Colvin, John, (Morris) (with D. Bourne) cheese factory, dairyman and farmer 

John married Margaret E. [167] [MRIN: 88]. Margaret was born in Oct 1828 and died on 17 Feb 1911 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY at age 82. 

   163 F    ii. Mary Ann COLVIN [168] was born on 7 Feb 1828 in NY and was baptized on 23 Oct 1831 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

   164 F    iii. Elizabeth COLVIN [1249] was born on 8 Jan 1830, was baptized on 23 Oct 1831 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 3 Jun 1834 at age 4, and was buried in Nellis Cem., Herkimer Co., NY. 

   165 M    iv. Christopher COLVIN [169] was born about 1834 in NY and died on 22 Apr 1900 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY about age 66. 

• He was employed. Otsego Co. Business Directory 1872/3: Colvin, Christopher, (Morris) wooden ware manuf. and farmer 

Christopher married Harriet E. [5185] [MRIN: 1869]. Harriet was born in May 1837 in NY and died on 31 Dec 1913 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY at age 76. 

   166 M    v. George Melchior COLVIN [170] was born in Dec 1845 in NY, was baptized on 14 Jul 1847 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 5 Apr 1903 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY at age 57. 

George married Mary [15997] [MRIN: 5914]. Mary was born in 1846 in NY and died before 1880. 

George next married Jennie MARSH [171] [MRIN: 89], daughter of Solomon S. MARSH [898] and Marcia M. PORTER [899], about 1880. Jennie was born in Jan 1852 in NY and died after Jun 1908. 

   167 F    vi. Nellis COLVIN [1250] was buried in Snells Bush Cem., Herkimer Co., NY. 

General Notes: d. age 1yr 26da 

37. Mary Catherine COLVIN [2012] (Christopher2, Joseph1) was born on 19 Nov 1805, was baptized on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 25 Jan 1864 in Herkimer Co., NY at age 58. 

General Notes: Baptismal name: Maria Catharina. 

Mary married Melchior WITHERSTINE [2013] [MRIN: 1259], son of Johann Henrich WIEDERSTEIN [5375] and Margaretha CASLER [5376], on 5 Feb 1822 in Reformed Church Of Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. Melchior was born on 6 Oct 1801 in Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   168 M    i. George WITHERSTINE [4917] was born on 5 Aug 1822 in NY and was baptized on 29 Sep 1822 in Reformed Church Of Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. 

   169 M    ii. Gaylord H. WITHERSTINE [4915] was born on 31 Jul 1824 in NY, was baptized on 12 Jan 1825 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 3 Jan 1864 in New York City at age 39. 

• He worked as a Piano Maker 1850 Census in New York City. 

Gaylord married Claunda A. [5480] [MRIN: 1970]. Claunda was born about 1826 in NY. 

   170 M    iii. Joseph Abraham WITHERSTINE [4919] was born on 18 Aug 1826 in NY, was baptized on 4 Sep 1828 in Herkimer Co., NY, died in 1908 at age 82, and was buried in Mohawk Cemetery, Herkimer Co., NY. 

Joseph married Corindia [13047] [MRIN: 4805]. Corindia was born about 1830 in NY. 

   171 M    iv. Christopher C. WITHERSTINE [2098] was born on 13 Apr 1832 in Steuben, Oneida Co., NY and died on 30 Mar 1899 at age 66. 

Christopher married Evelina PETRIE [4833] [MRIN: 1766], daughter of Daniel PETRIE [4837] and Deborah YOUNG [4838]. Evelina was born on 6 Jan 1828 in NY and died in 1900 at age 72. 

38. Ruth Hiltz COLVIN [106] (Christopher2, Joseph1) was born on 18 Apr 1808 in Herkimer Co., NY, was baptized on 22 Nov 1809 in Reformed Church Of Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY, died on 10 Apr 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA at age 91, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

General Notes: Of the 17 children there were four sets of twins. Only Benjamin, Daniel and Mary made it to adulthood. 

• Her obituary was published on 10 Apr 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA. MRS. Ruth Colvin
__________
Born April 8, 1808 - Died April 10, 1900
Biographical Sketch of One of the Oldest Residents in Tioga Co.

Ruth, third child of Christopher Colvin and Elizabeth Hiltz, was born at Herkimer, N. Y., April 18, 1808. She died at Osceola Pa., April 10, 1900. She therefore lacked eight days of being 92 years old at the time of her decease. 

The Colvin family have been 200 years in America. John Colvin the founder of this family settled at Dartmouth, Mass., about the year 1700. From Dartmouth he removed to Providence, R. I., in 1705. In round numbers the ancesters of Ruth Colvin lived 100 years thereafter in Rhode Island. Not far from the year 1800 her father removed from Rhode Island to the Mohawk valley in N. Y., and for 100 years has resided in New York and Pennsylvania. Ruth Colvin was of the sixth generation in decent from John Colvin, the immigrant ancestor.

Elizabeth Hiltz, mother of Ruth Colvin, was a daughter of John Hiltz, a Palatinate German, whose father settled in the Mohawk Valley in 1722.

Ruth Colvin received such education as the primitive schools of the period of her youth afforded. She was educated in the schools in the common branches of the English language, although in her home she spoke with equal facility both German and English. When she was sixteen years and six months old, she married her cousin, Gaylord Griswold Colvin, and their married life continued over a period of almost fiftynine years. Their marriage took place at Shells Bush, Herkimer county, N. Y., October 28, 1824, where they set up their housekeeping in a very modest way. For eight years they lived in five different places in Herkimer county. In 1832 they came to Allegany county, N. Y., and lived at Independence and Spring Mills in that county until 1848 - a period of sixteen years. In 1848 they removed to Potter county, Pa., and lived on three different farms in Bingham township until 1872 - a period of twenty-four years. During six years of this period her husband was a commissioner, and during ten years he was an associate judge of Potter county Pa. In 1872 they removed to Osceola Pa., where they purchased a residence known as the “Gothic”, just west of the village. In this home, in 1883, her husband died, since which time she made her home with her daughter and with her son, making in all a residence of twenty-eight years in this place.

Mrs. Colvin was the mother of seventeen children. Amoung these children were four pairs of twins. Fourteen of her children died at birth or in infancy, or early youth, thus leaving but three who grew to manhood and womanhood. These survive her, namely: B. F. Colvin of this place, D. C. Colvin of Woodhull, N. Y., and Mary, wife of C. L. Hoyt of Horseheads, N.Y.

Mrs. Colvin became converted to the religion of Jesus Christ under the preaching of the Rev. Thomas Sheardown at Whitesville, N. Y. She was baptized by immersion by the Rev. V. Chase and became a member of the Baptist Church in 1837. She remained in connection with this denomination of Christian believers until about seven years ago, when she united with the Methodist Episcopal Church of Osceola. Her religious experiences were deep and sincere, but she was quiet and undemonstrative in expressing them.

Mrs. Colvin was fond of society, and when health and strength permitted loved to surround herself with company - especially the company of young people. In this social inclination her husband joined, and their home for many years was a neighborhood resort for both young and old. Her disposition was very amiable. She was always inclined to be pleased with whatever was done for her. She was unselfish. Her first thought was for others, not for herself. This frame of mind made her charitable and kind and helpful to those about her. These characteristics inspired love and after this long pilgramage of ninety-two years in this world, her remains were laid to rest with feelings of veneration and chastened sorrow on the part of her kindred and many friends.

The funeral, in charge of her pastor, the Rev. John Segwald, was held at the home of her son B. F. Colvin, where she died, Thursday, April 10th, 1900 at 1 p. m. 

Ruth married Gaylord Griswold COLVIN [105] [MRIN: 53], son of Joshua COLVIN [107] and Dorothea CASLER [108], on 28 Oct 1824 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY. Gaylord was born on 11 May 1801 in Pittsfield Twp., Otsego Co., NY, died on 8 May 1883 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA at age 81, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

• He was employed. Teacher, Farmer, Store owner in Potter Co., PA, Associate Judge of Potter Co., PA, Land Agent 

• His obituary was published on 18 May 1883 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA. The Late Gaylord G. Colvin
A BRIEF SKETCH OF HIS LIFE AND CHARACTER
To the Editor of the Agitator

Osceola, May 18, 1883, - Gaylord G. Colvin eldest son of Joshua and Dorothy Colvin was born in Herkimer County, N. Y., May 11th 1801, and died in this borough May 8, 1883. He came from Herkimer county with his father in 1800 and settled in the township of Deerfield on the land now occupied by Academy Corners. He taught the first school in the old “Liberty” school house at that place in 1821.

There were eleven children in his fathers family, four of whom are now living - a brother and sister in Bingham, Potter county, Pa., a sister in Laporte, Ind., and a brother at Weiser City, Idaho.

From Academy Corners Judge Colvin moved back to Herkimer county, where he married Ruth Colvin, who for 58 years has shared with him life’s joys and sorrows. From Herkimer he moved to Oneida county, thence to Spring Mills, Allegany county, thence to Bingham, Pa., and from there to Osceola in 1872, where he died in great peace, loved and mourned by all.

While a resident of New York he was for several years Justice of the Peace, and he was Commissioner of Potter county six years, and upon the expiration of that term he was elected Associate Judge, and served as such ten years. In all these offices he discharged his duties with credit to himself and to the satisfaction of his constituents.

Judge Colvin was early converted under Dr. Sheardown’s preaching and joined the Baptist Church, in which he lived and died. 

He began life poor, but by honest and upright dealing secured the esteem of the community, and gained sufficient means to surround himself and family with a sufficiency of earthly comforts. He was a man of marked qualities - a man of positive convictions. Once convinced that a certain line of conduct was right, he followed it to the end irrespective of consequences. He was a strong temperance man, and the last act of his life - when his hand could no longer hold the pen to write his well-known signature - was to authorize his son to sign his name to remonstrance against license in Osceola.

A worthy citizen, a kind neighbor, an affectionate brother, father, husband, has gone to his reward; and while we bow in submission to the stroke, knowing it is his gain, we will endeavor to profit by his teaching and example. Rev. S. M. Dayton 

• He was a Quaker then a Baptist. 

(Duplicate Line. See Person 11

40. Zalmon S. ROBINSON [172] (Wealthy COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born on 10 Mar 1808 in New Lisbon, Otsego Co., NY and died on 31 Jan 1876 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 67. 

Zalmon married Susan AVERY [1391] [MRIN: 489] on 24 Feb 1839 in Gaines, Tioga Co., PA. Susan was born in Oct 1810 in NY and died in Truxton, Cortland Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   172 M    i. Aaron ROBINSON [1392] was born on 19 Feb 1841 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA, died on 6 Sep 1913 in Coudersport, Potter Co., PA at age 72, and was buried in Eulalia Cemetery, Coudersport, Potter Co., PA. 

Aaron married Sarah L. COLE [1411] [MRIN: 884] on 21 May 1871 in Hebron, Potter Co., PA. Sarah was born on 24 Feb 1836, died on 24 Jan 1879 at age 42, and was buried in Eulalia Cemetery, Coudersport, Potter Co., PA. 

   173 F    ii. Harriet ROBINSON [1393] was born on 3 May 1842 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA. 

Harriet married Phineas WHITAKER [1397] [MRIN: 885]. 

   174 F    iii. Lorinda S. ROBINSON [1394] was born on 11 Oct 1845 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA. 

Lorinda married Nehemiah Russell PACKARD [1398] [MRIN: 886] on 19 Nov 1871. Nehemiah was born on 24 May 1829 in Sullivan Township, Tioga Co., PA and died on 20 Apr 1904 in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY at age 74. 

   175 F    iv. Mary Ann ROBINSON [1399] was born in 1843 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA, died in 1910 at age 67, and was buried in Mills Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

Mary married Jason HASKINS [1414] [MRIN: 889], son of Elias HASKINS [1415] and Betsey HUNT [1416], on 8 May 1878. Jason was born on 17 Mar 1823 in Highgates, Franklin Co., VT, died on 10 Jan 1907 in Fox Hill, Potter Co., PA at age 83, and was buried in Mills Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

   176 F    v. Susan ROBINSON [1395] was born in Oct 1852 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA. 

Susan married Adelbert PIERCE [1400] [MRIN: 887] on 6 Sep 1879 in Lisle, Broome Co., NY. 

   177 F    vi. Betty ROBINSON [1396] was born on 9 Nov 1858 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA and died on 13 Dec 1936 at age 78. 

Betty married Norris COLLIER [1401] [MRIN: 888] in Oct 1884. Norris was born on 25 Mar 1860 and died on 13 Apr 1939 at age 79. 

41. Obadiah ROBINSON [173] (Wealthy COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born in 1810 in NY. 

Obadiah married Lydia HOWE [174] [MRIN: 90]. Lydia was born about 1814 in NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   178 M    i. Salmon ROBINSON [16777] was born about 1834 in PA. 

   179 F    ii. Asenath ROBINSON [16778] was born about 1837 in PA. 

Asenath married Andrew Jackson COLE [16782] [MRIN: 6242], son of Eleazer S. COLE [17978] and Cynthia [17979]. Andrew was born on 16 Nov 1831 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   180 F    iii. Hannah ROBINSON [16779] was born about 1842 in PA. 

   181 F    iv. Frances ROBINSON [16780] was born about 1844 in PA. 

   182 F    v. Mariett ROBINSON [16781] was born about 1847 in PA. 

42. Samuel M. ROBINSON [1387] (Wealthy COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born on 5 Sep 1811 in NY, died on 12 Feb 1884 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 72, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

Samuel married Olive J. PLANK [1402] [MRIN: 881], daughter of Deacon Lovell P. PLANK [1403] and Mehitable METCALF [1404]. Olive was born on 30 Jun 1813 in Paris Hill, Oneida Co., NY, died on 19 Jan 1855 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 41, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

   183 F    i. Rosella ROBINSON [1405] was born in 1836 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA, died in 1874 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 38, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

Rosella married Lyman DIBBLE [1422] [MRIN: 891], son of Eber DIBBLE [1423] and Mariam DENNIS [1424]. Lyman was born in 1834 in Chenango Co., NY, died on 9 Oct 1874 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 40, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

   184 M    ii. Burr ROBINSON [1406] was born on 20 Jan 1839 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA, died on 24 May 1919 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 80, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

General Notes: Civil War Vet. 

• Biography: BURR ROBINSON, farmer, P.O. Harrison Valley, was born in Harrison township, Potter Co., Penn., January 20, 1839, a son of Samuel M. and Olive J. (Plank) Robinson. His maternal grandfather was Lovell P. Plank, a native of Scotland, and among the pioneers of Brookfield, Tioga Co., Penn. Samuel M. Robinson came to Harrison township in 1825, and in 1833 settled on a farm in the northern part of the township, which he cleared and improved, and which is now owned by his son Burr. He was a resident of the township until his death, which occurred when he was aged seventy-two years, five months and seven days. His children were Rosetta (Mrs. Lyman Dibble), Burr, Josephine (Mrs. William H. Tompkins), Waldo and Lovell. Burr Robinson was reared in his native township, where he has always resided. He was in the Rebellion, enlisting in October, 1864, in Company I, One Hundred and Twelfth New York Volunteers, and participated in battles of Chapin' s farm, Fort Fisher and Wilmington. He was mustered out of the service at Raleigh, N.C., June 14, 1865, and honorably discharged July 2, 1865. Since the war he has been engaged in farming, and has occupied the farm where he now resides since December, 1859. He was married July 3, 1857, to Harriet O., daughter of Danford and Amy (Dibble) Lincoln, of Harrison township, and they have five children: Olive (Mrs. W. J. Erway), Samuel M., Clara (Mrs. James Stevens), Dora and Lovell (the last named being deceased). Mr. Robinson is a well known and prominent farmer of Harrison township. In politics he is a Republican. 

Burr married Harriet O. LINCOLN [1429] [MRIN: 892], daughter of Danford LINCOLN [1430] and Amy DIBBLE [1431], on 3 Jul 1857 in Potter Co., PA. Harriet was born on 27 Apr 1839 in Butternut, Chenango Co., NY, died on 28 Apr 1914 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 75, and was buried in White's Corners Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

Burr next married Nancy HILL [1432] [MRIN: 908] on 4 Jan 1915. Nancy was born in 1836 in NY. 

   185 F    iii. Josephine ROBINSON [1407] was born in 1843 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA. 

Josephine married William T. TOMPKINS [1440] [MRIN: 893]. 

   186 M    iv. Waldo ROBINSON [1408] was born on 29 Aug 1846 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA, died on 3 Aug 1915 in Fox Hill, Potter Co., PA at age 68, and was buried in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY. 

Waldo married Sarah [1409] [MRIN: 894] in 1870. Sarah was born in Oct 1843 in NY. 

   187 M    v. Lovell ROBINSON [1410]

45. Roxanna MATTESON [179] (Lydia COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born in 1802 in Herkimer Co., NY, died in 1872 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 70, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Roxanna married Stephen COLVIN [142] [MRIN: 93], son of Caleb COLVIN [124] and Lois RICHMOND [139], in 1826. Stephen was born in 1799, died on 19 Sep 1873 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY at age 74, and was buried in Woodhull Village Cemetery, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• He was employed. Operated a whiskey distillery untill 1825 and the Colvin Hotel from 1822 until 1851 in Tioga Co., PA 

(Duplicate Line. See Person 23

46. Lucinda MATTESON [180] (Lydia COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born on 16 Apr 1810 in RI, died in 1888 at age 78, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Lucinda married John MATTISON [181] [MRIN: 75]. John was born on 17 Apr 1801 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 26 Aug 1870 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 69, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

   188 F    i. Mary M. MATTISON [7988] was born in Jul 1850 in Tioga Co., PA, died in 1918 at age 68, and was buried in Addison Rural Cemetery, Addison Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Mary married Samuel Harvey BAKER [8012] [MRIN: 2893], son of Chauncey BAKER [8645] and Abigale MARSHALL [9044]. Samuel was born in Apr 1849 in Bainbridge, Chenango Co., NY, died in Apr 1910 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY at age 61, and was buried in Addison Rural Cemetery, Addison Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

• His obituary was published. Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA -- Wednesday, April 6, 1910
Harvey Baker died at his home in Addison, NY recently, aged 61 years. He formerly resided in Knoxville. Besides his wife, he is survived by one son and two daughters -- Samuel, and Mrs John McStay of Addison and Mrs Roy Colegrove of Woodhull. He is also survived by seven brothers -- Henry of Windsor, NY; Erastus of Smithville Flats, NY; George of Bainbridge, NY; Jonathan of North Clarendon, PA; Charles of Ansonia, PA; Alfred of Laurens, NY and Augustus of Knoxville, and three sisters -- Mrs Edward Reese of Azelta, PA; Mrs E. B. Bradley of Marshcreek, PA and Mrs Chester Schoonover of Ansonia, PA. The funeral was held in Addison, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock; Interment in the Addison Rural Cemetery. 

   189 F    ii. Helen MATTISON [7990]

47. Cummings MATTESON [182] (Lydia COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born on 31 Mar 1814 in PA, died on 3 Mar 1877 at age 62, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Cummings married Delilah SCHOONOVER [900] [MRIN: 94]. Delilah was born in 1815 in PA, died in 1883 at age 68, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

   190 F    i. Saviah MATTESON [1626] was born on 20 May 1833, died on 7 Aug 1834 at age 1, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

   191 M    ii. Luther MATTESON [10008] was born in 1837 in PA, died in 1898 at age 61, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Luther married Sarah L. [10009] [MRIN: 3608]. Sarah was born in 1847 in PA, died in 1898 at age 51, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

   192 M    iii. Lucius O. MATTESON [5201] was born on 8 May 1840 in PA, died on 6 Sep 1924 at age 84, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Lucius married Viola A. SUNDERLIN [5573] [MRIN: 2006], daughter of Joseph SUNDERLIN Jr. [15006] and Elizabeth RUSHMORE [15007]. Viola was born on 11 May 1851 in PA, died on 16 May 1922 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA at age 71, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

   193 M    iv. Lucian A. MATTESON [5202] was born in 1842, died in 1914 at age 72, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

Lucian married Mary J. DANIELS [5204] [MRIN: 1875], daughter of Henry F. DANIELS [5205] and Ester CLOOS [5206]. Mary was born in 1846, died on 9 Feb 1927 at age 81, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Deerefield, Tioga Co., PA. 

   194 M    v. Lewis MATTESON [1627] was born on 24 Feb 1848, died on 15 Dec 1866 at age 18, and was buried in Free Church Cem., Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA. 

   195 F    vi. Irene MATTESON [5203] was born about 1850. 

Cummings next married RICE [901] [MRIN: 372]. 

48. Elsie MATTESON [183] (Lydia COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born on 13 Jun 1816 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died in Mar 1897 at age 80. 

Elsie married Joseph COLVIN [902] [MRIN: 95], son of Caleb COLVIN [124] and Lois RICHMOND [139], in 1830. Joseph was born on 29 Mar 1812 in Probably NY and died on 23 May 1849 in IL at age 37. 

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Elsie next married John CARPENTER [903] [MRIN: 373], son of Samuel CARPENTER [7422] and Electa PARKER [7423]. John was born about 1820 in Tioga Co., PA and died on 12 Jan 1885 about age 65. 

Children from this marriage were:

   196 M    i. William L. CARPENTER [16321] was born on 30 Apr 1853 and died on 8 Aug 1853. 

   197 M    ii. Henry Adelbert CARPENTER [904] was born in Aug 1854 in Tioga Co., PA, died in 1926 at age 72, and was buried in Addison Hill Cemetery, Town Of Tuscarora, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Henry was Delbert. 

Henry married Kate CHAMPLIN [7575] [MRIN: 2743] about 1879. Kate was born in Sep 1859 in NY, died in 1913 at age 54, and was buried in Addison Hill Cemetery, Town Of Tuscarora, Steuben Co., NY. 

   198 M    iii. Franklin Gaylord CARPENTER [7364] was born in May 1857 in PA, died in 1930 at age 73, and was buried in Borden, Elk Creek Cem., Woodhull, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Franklin was Frank. 

Franklin married Nettie GOODWIN [7576] [MRIN: 2744], daughter of James GOODWIN [18537] and Jane WRIGHT [18538], in 1898. Nettie was born in May 1875 in NY, died in 1945 at age 70, and was buried in Borden, Elk Creek Cem., Woodhull, Steuben Co., NY. 

49. Ruth MATTESON [184] (Lydia COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born in May 1819 in Tioga Co., PA. 

Ruth married Dewitt ROCKWELL [1610] [MRIN: 96]. Dewitt was born in 1820 in Jamestown, Chautauqua Co., NY and died probably before 1870 census at age 50. 

• He was employed. Wagon Maker 

Children from this marriage were:

   199 M    i. George W. ROCKWELL [1607] was born in 1840 in PA. 

George married Eldora O. [10194] [MRIN: 3685]. Eldora was born about 1842 in PA. 

   200 M    ii. Ralph ROCKWELL [1608] was born in 1842. 

   201 M    iii. William ROCKWELL [1609] was born in 1844. 

50. Jefferson MATTESON [185] (Lydia COLVIN2, Joseph1) was born in 1828 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA and died in Feb 1875 at age 47. 

Jefferson married Delilah CARPENTER [905] [MRIN: 97], daughter of Samuel CARPENTER [7422] and Electa PARKER [7423]. Delilah was born in 1830 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

   202 M    i. John W. MATTESON [1613] was born in 1848 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. 

   203 M    ii. Willis MATTESON [1614] was born on 14 Jan 1850 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 20 Aug 1935 at age 85, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

• His obituary was published. Wellsboro Gazette, Tioga, PA-- Thursday, August 29, 1935
Tioga -- Willis Mattison, 85, a local farmer for 40 years, died Tuesday at his home in Middlebury township. He was born January 14, 1850, in Knoxville, son of Jefferson and Delilah Carpenter Mattison. He is survived by his widow and 2 children, Mrs Alfred Whitney of Farmington Township, and Silas Mattison of Elmira. He was a member of the Grange. The funeral was held Friday afternoon August 23rd at 2 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs Alfred Whitney. The Rev. Orey E. Crippen officiated. Interment was in the Evergreen Cemetery at Tioga. 

Willis married Lucinda M. FINCH [1819] [MRIN: 4631]. Lucinda was born in Aug 1851 in PA. 

   204 F    iii. Ellen MATTESON [8971] was born about 1850 in PA. 

   205 M    iv. Jonathan MATTESON [8972] was born about 1853 in PA, died on 25 Mar 1931 in Pleasant Valley, Farmington, Tioga Co., PA about age 78, and was buried in Nelson Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

• His obituary was published. Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA - Wed., April 1, 1931, Pg 10
Johnathan Sweet Mattison died at his home at Pleasant Valley, Wednesday night [3/25/1931]. The funeral was held in the Methodist Church at Nelson, Friday afternoon, Rev. Paul Huyett officiating; burial in the Nelson Cemetery. Mr Mattison leaves five sons and two daughters.
 

Jonathan married Florence C. SHORT [20195] [MRIN: 7673], daughter of Caleb SHORT [20196] and Dolly BLISS [20197], on 27 Nov 1876 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA. Florence was born in 1853 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died in 1938 at age 85, and was buried in Nelson Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

   206 M    v. Horace MATTESON [8973] was born about 1855 in PA. 

Horace married Elsie [9564] [MRIN: 3458]. Elsie was born about 1861 in PA. 

   207 F    vi. Ruth MATTESON [8845] was born on 10 May 1858 in Knoxville, Deerfeield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 16 Nov 1918 in Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA at age 60, and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. 

• Her obituary was published. Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA - Wed., November 27, 1918, Pg 2
Mrs Ruth Mattison Fenton, wife of W. E. Fenton died at her home near Austinburg Nov. 16th. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery at Austinburg. She was 60 years of age. Besides her husband she is survived by two sons, Ernest of Hornell and Lewis of Penn Yan, besides several grandchildren.
 
 

Ruth married William E. FENTON [8844] [MRIN: 3193], son of Eleazor FENTON [8842] and Lovina CARD [8843], about 1878. William was born in Jun 1859 in NY and died in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY. 

52. Mayor Harvey Doolittle COLVIN [2016] (Joseph2, Joseph1) was born on 18 Dec 1814 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY, was baptized on 2 Jul 1820 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 16 Apr 1892 in Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL at age 77, and was buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, IL, Section M. 

• He was elected as 22nd Mayor from 1873 to 1876 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL. 

• He was employed in Chicago, Cook Co., IL. American and U. S. Express Agent 

• Biography: Source: Biographical Dictionary of American Mayors, 1820-1980 – Big City Mayors, edited by Melvin G. Holli and Peter d’A. Jones. 1981. Westport, CT. Greenwood Press, pp. 74-75.
COLVIN, HARVEY DOOLITTLE [1815-92], Mayor of Chicago [1873-76]. Populist mayor of Chicago, and a transplanted Yankee. Colvin was born on 18 December 1815 in rural Herkimer County, New York, the son of Presbyterian parents, apparently of British origin. Colvin’s father may have been a farmer, but almost nothing is known of the future mayor’s early life except that he was educated in the local district schools.
Some time before 1854, Colvin married Nancy Churchill of Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York. He operated a boot factory in that town and held a number of local offices, including that of town supervisor. Colvin and his wife had five known children: John [a Chicago alderman, 1879-87]; George P. [an auditor for the American Express Company]; Horatio; Libby; and Helen ]DeLong].
Colvin came to Chicago in 1854 as resident agent of the U. S. Express Company [later known as American Express] – a position which he held, except for the years of his mayoral term, until 1885. A “Douglas” Democrat, Colvin supported the North in the Civil War and became a Republican in 1864; by 1873 he had returned to the Democratic fold.
Chicago in 1873 had a mayor-council form of government and a population of approximately 380,000. The city’s political life was much disturbed during that year, by the attempts of the Joseph E. Medill [q.v.] administration to close saloons on Sundays, and by charges of misuse of the police power and opposition to the introduction of civil service. Unrest, fueled by the national depression, was centered in the city’s immigrant community, especially among German Americans.
The Democratic party seized the opportunity and, in 1873, joined forces with the People’s Party to support Colvin [who had publically opposed Sunday closing]. This alliance included allegedly corrupt politicians and was compared with New York City’s Tweed Ring. Such varied support helped Colvin defeat Republican Lester L. Bond [interim mayor from the time of the resignation of Joseph Medill] by a vote of 28,701 to 18,540 on 4 November 1873.
Colvin’s term was beset by controversy. The mayor ended attempts to enforce Sunday closing but five weeks after his election, the city treasurer – a carryover from the two previous administrations – defaulted and threw Chicago’s finances into chaos. Colvin opposed a new city charter, presented for referendum in 1875, which centralized the police and fire departments and removed them further from public control, but the charter narrowly passed. When the state passed a law altering the terms of local officials, Colvin claimed, on a technicality, that his term should run through April 1877. A public furor followed, and conservative elements called a special election, without council authorization, for 18 April 1876. Thomas Hoyne, a prominent real estate man, ran without organized opposition and received 33,064 of 33,814 votes cast. Colvin denied Hoyne’s right to office and for nearly two months, the city had two mayors and two sets of officials. After the courts declared Hoyne’s election illegal, Colvin resumed the mayoral office on 5 June 1876 and retained it until a legal special election on 7 July 1876, in which he did not run.
Colvin retired from political life after the election of 187, but he did serve as a Democratic elector in 1884. He died on 16 April 1892 in Jacksonville, Florida.
SOURCES:
1. Fremont O. Bennett, Politics and Politicians of Chicago, Cook County and Illinois [Chicago, 1886]
2. Chicago Daily News, 18 April 1892
3. Chicago Tribune, 19 April 1892.
4. Francis A. Eastman, Chicago City Manual [Chicago, 1911]
5. Frederick Rex, The Mayors of the City of Chicago from March 4, 1839 to April 13, 1933 [typeset dated 1933, held by the Municipal Reference Library of Chicago]
6. Paul Barrett [no explanation for this source] 

Harvey married Nancy CHURCHHILL [2020] [MRIN: 1256] in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY. Nancy was born about 1822 in NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   208 F    i. Helen M. COLVIN [2022] was born in 1838 in NY. 

Helen married DELONG [2023] [MRIN: 1254]. DELONG [2023] was born in NY. 

   209 M    ii. John Henry COLVIN [2021] was born on 25 Oct 1839 in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY, died on 15 Sep 1909 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL at age 69, and was buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, IL, Section M. 

• He served in the military. Capt. of Colvin's Battery Illinois Light Artillery 

• Death Notice: "Chicago Daily Tribune" [Chicago, Cook Co., IL], 17 Sep 1909:

COLVIN -- John H. Colvin entered into rest Sept. 15, in his seventieth year; 
beloved husband of Annie Colvin. Services under the auspices of Lincoln Park 
lodge, No. 611, A. F. and A. M., Saturday, Sept. 18, 2 p. m., at North End 
Masonic temple/ 617 [old No.] N. Clark st. Interment at Rosehill cemetery.
 

John married Anna WICKLIFFE [2028] [MRIN: 1252], daughter of William N. WICKLIFFE [2029] and Anne HERTZOG [2030], on 7 Mar 1872 in New York City. Anna was born in 1841 in KY and died on 27 May 1927 in Arkansas City, KS at age 86. They had no children. 

   210 F    iii. Jeanette COLVIN [2032] was born in 1843 in NY. 

   211 M    iv. George P. COLVIN [2025] was born in 1844 in NY. 

George married Ella M. WOODWARD [2026] [MRIN: 1253] on 8 Aug 1872 in Cook Co., IL. Ella was born in 1851 in PA. 

   212 M    v. Horatio J. COLVIN [2024] was born in 1846 in NY. 

   213 F    vi. Elizabeth F. COLVIN [2027] was born in 1848 in NY. Another name for Elizabeth was Libby. 

54. William G. COLVIN [2018] (Joseph2, Joseph1) was born on 22 Nov 1821 in Herkimer Co., NY and was baptized on 6 Feb 1822 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

William married Eliza [6799] [MRIN: 2460]. Eliza was born about 1830 in NY. 

The child from this marriage was:

   214 F    i. Jennie E. COLVIN [6800] was born in Apr 1864. 

55. Hiram COLVIN [2179] (Thomas2, Joseph1) was born on 19 Oct 1814 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 19 Feb 1842 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co. PA at age 27, and was buried in Henry Clark Farm Graveyard, Potter Co., PA. 

Hiram married Julia Ann PAUL [2180] [MRIN: 1173], daughter of Joseph PAUL [2188] and Betsey SMALL [2191], on 12 Nov 1835. Julia was born on 5 Feb 1812 in Fairfield, Herkimer Co., NY. 

The child from this marriage was:

   215 F    i. Mary Adaline COLVIN [2182] was born on 8 Mar 1838 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY. 

Mary married THOMPSON [2183] [MRIN: 1171] in 1886. 

56. William COLVIN [1606] (Thomas2, Joseph1) was born on 17 Jun 1817 in Deerefield Twp., Tioga Co., PA, died on 17 Aug 1900 at age 83, and was buried in Sheakleyville Cemetery, Sandy Creek, Mercer Co., PA. 

William married Elizabeth ERWAY [1618] [MRIN: 1024], daughter of Johannes J. ERWAY [3223] and Christiana M. ARTER [3224]. The marriage ended in divorce. Elizabeth was born in 1808 in NY, died on 29 Oct 1882 at age 74, and was buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, New Vernon, Mercer Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

   216 M    i. George B. COLVIN [1619] was born on 22 Sep 1832 in PA, died on 2 Feb 1850 at age 17, and was buried in Sheakleyville Cemetery, Sandy Creek, Mercer Co., PA. 

   217 F    ii. Elizabeth Anne COLVIN [1620] was born on 22 Nov 1841 in PA and died on 22 Dec 1922 in Knox Co., TN at age 81. Another name for Elizabeth was Libby. 

Elizabeth married Lorenzo James GILL [10256] [MRIN: 3708] on 2 Jul 1860. Lorenzo was born in 1835 in NY and died in 1921 at age 86. 

William next married Mary Helen DYGERT [4459] [MRIN: 1671], daughter of Moses DYGERT [18728] and Eliza PAUL [19109]. Mary was born on 9 Sep 1835 in NY, died on 21 May 1922 at age 86, and was buried in Sheakleyville Cemetery, Sandy Creek, Mercer Co., PA. 

Children from this marriage were:

   218 F    i. Emmie Ardell COLVIN [1623] was born about 1857 in PA. 

   219 M    ii. George Wellington COLVIN [1622] was born about 1860 in PA. 

   220 F    iii. Fannie E. COLVIN [1624] was born about 1870 in PA. 

Submitted by Paul Giometti email: pgiometti@gmail.com
 



 
 

Descendants of John N. DAVIS


First Generation



1. John N. DAVIS was born in 1792 in Albany Co., NY, to John DAVIS 1765-1846 and Mabel MUDGE 1775-1850, died on 8 Nov 1882, at age 90, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning NY, No Gravestone. 

General Notes: 1820 in Albany, NY with 2 females under 10.
1830 in Town of Elmira, Tioga Co., NY
1840 in Town of Elmira, Chemung Co., NY
1850 in Town of Corning, Steuben Co., NY and stayed there.
1880 census says his father and mother were born in PA. 

John married Amanda SIMMONS

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F    i. Lydia Ann DAVIS was born in 1817 in Albany Co., NY, died on 21 Sep 1899 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 82, and was buried on 22 Sep 1899 in Hope Cemetery, Corning NY, No Gravestone. 

   3 F    ii. Sarah DAVIS was born in 1823 in Chemung Co., NY, died on 9 May 1892 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 69, and was buried on 17 May 1892 in Hope Cemetery, Corning NY, No Gravestone, lot# 599. Another name for Sarah was Sally. 

+ 4 F    iii. Harriet DAVIS was born on 2 Sep 1825 in NY, died on 29 May 1853, at age 27, and was buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY. 

+ 5 F    iv. Jane DAVIS was born in 1828 in Chemung Co., NY and died in Nov 1894 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 66. 

+ 6 F    v. Marinda DAVIS was born on 30 Jan 1831 in Chemung Co., NY, died on 29 Aug 1895 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 64, and was buried in High St. Cemetery, Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY. 

+ 7 M    vi. Darius Mahlon DAVIS was born in Nov 1832 in Chemung Co., NY and died on 18 Nov 1906 in Dundee, Yates Co., NY, at age 74. 

   8 M    vii. Thomas S. DAVIS was born in 1837 in Chemung Co., NY, died on 19 Oct 1889, at age 52, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

Thomas married Della .

Second Generation (Children)


2. Lydia Ann DAVIS (John N.1) was born in 1817 in Albany Co., NY, died on 21 Sep 1899 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 82, and was buried on 22 Sep 1899 in Hope Cemetery, Corning NY, No Gravestone. 

General Notes: The Hope Cemetery has Lydia on record as being buried in lot 315e with Judson, Frances and James P. Ripley. 

Noted events in her life were:

• Her obituary was published on 23 Sep 1899 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. Corning Journal
Sat., 23 September 1899
MRS. LYDIA A. RIPLEY, widow of James P. Ripley, of Quackenbush Hill, Corning, died in the Fifth Ward, Corning at 7 pm, Sept. 21, at the home of her son, Judson Ripley, Baker Street, aged eighty-two years. The burial was in Hope Cemetery this afternoon. She leaves the following children; Mrs. Henry Smith, of Gang Mills, Erwin; Alvin Ferris, of Painted Post; Mrs. Charles Ripley, of Sly Avenue, Fifth Ward; and Judson Ripley, where she had made her home since the death of her husband twelve years ago. The deceased was much respected by all who knew her. 

Lydia married Joseph ROBERTS

Children from this marriage were:

   9 F    i. Sophronia ROBERTS was born in 1846 in Chemung Co., NY, died in 1920, at age 74, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Sophronia married Alvin FERRIS , son of Joel FERRIS and Clarissa BARBER

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in 1880 in Clinton, Venango Co., PA. "Pumping Oil" 

   10 F    ii. Julia M. ROBERTS was born in 1848 in Chemung Co., NY, died in 1931, at age 83, and was buried in Townsend Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Julia married Henry A. SMITH

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in 1880 in Erwin, Steuben Co., NY. Farmer 

• He served in the military Co A 24th NY Cav, Civil War. 

   11 F    iii. Elmina M. ROBERTS was born on 30 Mar 1850 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 5 Jul 1928 in Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY, at age 78, and was buried on 7 Jul 1928 in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Elmina was Mina. 

Elmina married Charles Carpenter RIPLEY , son of James Portis RIPLEY and Nancy TALLMAN , in 1878. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He served in the military bef 1855 to bef 1870. Seaman on the USS Sabine, a 44 to 50 gun frigate, commissioned 1858. 

• He was employed in 1900 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. mason 

Lydia next married James Portis RIPLEY , son of James RIPLEY and Sarah , in 1850-1853. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Farmer 

Children from this marriage were:

   12 F    i. Sarah A. RIPLEY was born in 1853 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 1 Jan 1882, at age 29, and was buried in Pipestone Cemetery, Pipestone, MN. 

Birth Notes: 1855 & 1860 Census 

Sarah married Albert N. FERRIS

   13 F    ii. Nancy RIPLEY was born in 1856 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY and died before 1870. 

Birth Notes: 1860 Census 

Death Notes: not in 1870 census 

   14 F    iii. Falian RIPLEY was born in 1859 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY and died before 1870. 

Birth Notes: 1860 Census 

Death Notes: not in 1870 census 

   15 M    iv. Judson RIPLEY was born in Jun 1862 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 18 Mar 1939, at age 76, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Judson was Judd. 

General Notes: His gravestone says he was born in 1869. If this is true, Lydia would have been 51 when Judson was born. The 1870 census has him at 8 years old and the 1880 census at 18, making his birth date 1862 and Lydia 44 at his birth. 

Judson married Maud E. ROSE , daughter of David ROSE and Hannah , in Miller Cemetery, Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY. 

Judson next married Frances FERRIS , daughter of Alvin FERRIS and Sophronia ROBERTS , in 1894. 

4. Harriet DAVIS (John N.1) was born on 2 Sep 1825 in NY, died on 29 May 1853, at age 27, and was buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY. 

Harriet married Robert R. HAMMOND , son of David HAMMOND and Polly BLANDIN , in 1848. 

Children from this marriage were:

   16 M    i. David J. HAMMOND was born in Aug 1849 in NY, died in 1917, at age 68, and was buried in Beaver Dams Cemetery, Schuyler Co., NY. 

David married Leticia WHITE about 1875. 

   17 M    ii. Joseph Lambert HAMMOND was born in 1851. 

5. Jane DAVIS (John N.1) was born in 1828 in Chemung Co., NY and died in Nov 1894 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 66. 

Jane married Alfred ALLEN , son of John M. ALLEN and Amanda QUACKENBUSH

Children from this marriage were:

   18 F    i. Amanda E. ALLEN was born in 1847 in Steuben Co., NY. 

Amanda married Albert HOLLIS

   19 M    ii. John ALLEN was born in May 1850 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   20 M    iii. Miles ALLEN was born in 1854 in Steuben Co., NY. 

Miles married Emma Amelia OVIATT on 2 Jul 1878 in Smethport, Mckean Co., PA. 

   21 M    iv. Truman ALLEN was born in 1857 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   22 F    v. Luella ALLEN was born in May 1863 in NY. 

Luella married William RANDALL

6. Marinda DAVIS (John N.1) was born on 30 Jan 1831 in Chemung Co., NY, died on 29 Aug 1895 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 64, and was buried in High St. Cemetery, Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY. 

Marinda married Jonas James CLARK

Children from this marriage were:

   23 F    i. Emeline CLARK was born about 1852 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   24 F    ii. Jane CLARK was born about 1853 in NY. 

   25 M    iii. Sylvanus Wells CLARK was born on 27 Jan 1854 in Steuben Co., NY, died on 12 Apr 1923 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 69, and was buried in High St. Cemetery, Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY. 

Sylvanus married Mary Josephine STERMER , daughter of John STERMER and Anna , on 25 Apr 1881 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in her life were:

• Her obituary was published. Mrs. Sylvanus W. Clark. Funeral services for Mrs. Mary J. Clark of Johns St., widow of Sylvanus Wells Clark were held Monday at 2:30 PM in the Phillips Funeral Home. the Rev. Leo Engler of Grace Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in High St. Cem., Painted Post. Bearers were Melvin Dates, William Stermer, George Stermer, Lyman Clark, Arvid Anderson and Charles Giometti, all of the vininity. In Saturday's obituary, the name of a grandson, Pvt. Edwin Batchelder of Fort Ord, CA was inadvertently ommitted. 

   26 F    iv. Josephine CLARK was born about 1855 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   27 F    v. Harriet CLARK was born about 1858 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   28 F    vi. Melissa CLARK was born about 1862 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   29 M    vii. Samuel CLARK was born about 1865 in NY. 

   30 F    viii. Ellan CLARK was born in May 1866 in NY and died aft 1900 census. 

   31 F    ix. Henrietta CLARK was born in 1866 in NY, died in 1890, at age 24, and was buried in High St. Cemetery, Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Henrietta was Hattie. 

   32 M    x. Frank CLARK was born in 1867 in NY. 

   33 M    xi. Jonah S. CLARK was born on 19 Aug 1869 in NY, died on 31 May 1957, at age 87, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Jonah married Mary P. CONLON , daughter of John CONLON and Mary DARNSTEADT

7. Darius Mahlon DAVIS (John N.1) was born in Nov 1832 in Chemung Co., NY and died on 18 Nov 1906 in Dundee, Yates Co., NY, at age 74. 

Darius married Sarah CLARK about 1858. 

Children from this marriage were:

   34 M    i. Chester Monroe DAVIS was born on 24 Sep 1860 in Steuben Co., NY, died on 20 Sep 1918 in Urbana Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 57, and was buried in Beaver Dams Cemetery, Schuyler Co., NY. 

Chester married Dimmis Ada WOODWARD , daughter of Hiram WOODWARD and Sally

Chester next married Olive WHEELER , daughter of Oliver Howard WHEELER and Mary REED , on 31 Oct 1905 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. 

   35 M    ii. Jonas D. DAVIS was born in Mar 1862 in Steuben Co., NY and died in 1881 in Crosby, NY, at age 19. Another name for Jonas was Jonas. 

   36 M    iii. Stephen W. DAVIS was born in Mar 1864 in Steuben Co., NY. 

   37 F    iv. Rosetta DAVIS was born on 23 Jun 1866 in Steuben Co., NY, died on 28 Aug 1960 in Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY, at age 94, and was buried in Beaver Dams Cemetery, Schuyler Co., NY. Another name for Rosetta was Rosa. 

Rosetta married Nathan WOODWARD , son of Hiram WOODWARD and Sally , on 12 Dec 1883. 

   38 M    v. Henry W. DAVIS was born on 24 Feb 1868 in Steuben Co., NY, died on 12 Sep 1946 in Corning Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 78, and was buried in Coopers Plains Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Henry married Julia GROVER in 1890. 

   39 M    vi. Lester Ulyses DAVIS was born on 7 Mar 1870 in MI, died on 21 Feb 1951 in Bradford, Steuben Co., NY, at age 80, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Lester married Julia Grace BROOKS , daughter of Silas BROOKS and Unknown , on 29 Dec 1902. 

Darius next married Sarah Jane SOUTHARD , daughter of Benjamin SOUTHARD and Betsey STEVENS , on 5 Feb 1871 in Beaver Dams, Schuyler Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   40 M    i. Mahlon Darius DAVIS Sr. was born on 11 Nov 1871 in Steuben Co., NY, died on 24 Jan 1938 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 66, and was buried in Coopers Plains Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Mahlon married Estella J. MORSE , daughter of Enos MORSE and Margaret KELLY , in 1893. 

   41 F    ii. Betsy Ann DAVIS was born in Jun 1875 in Steuben Co., NY, died on 16 Sep 1938 in Steuben Co., NY, at age 63, and was buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Town Of Urbana, NY. 

Betsy married George Franklin MARGESON on 21 Nov 1891. 

   42 F    iii. Norma DAVIS was born in 1877 in NY and died in 1877. 

   43 F    iv. Grace A. DAVIS was born on 6 Apr 1879 in Dundee, Yates Co., NY and died on 21 Oct 1965, at age 86. 

Grace married Frederick FINCH , son of Myron FINCH and Emily PECK , in 1898. 

   44 F    v. Henrietta DAVIS was born on 13 May 1881 and died on 21 Apr 1941, at age 59. Another name for Henrietta was Etta. 

Henrietta married Hezekiah WIXON , son of Samuel WIXON and Lady Rebecca SCHOFIELD , on 2 Dec 1897 in Yates Co., NY. 

   45 F    vi. Jenny DAVIS was born in Sep 1884 in NY. 

Jenny married Ed HEBBARD

Jenny next married TOBIAS .
 
 

Submitted by Paul Giometti email: pgiometti@gmail.com
 


Descendants of Francesco GIOMETTI


First Generation



1. Francesco GIOMETTI was born in 1826 in Tuscany, Italy, died on 7 Dec 1892 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 66, and was buried on 9 Dec 1892 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Francesco was Frank, Francis. 

General Notes: Grave stone says 1826 to 1893, but death cert. says d. 7 Dec 1892 at 56 years old. Mary Mattie remembers that one of the Corbacio family members said the Giometti's were from Livorno. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. 1880 Utica, NY census: "Keeps Fruit Stand"; Louise Giometti Smith says he was a bridge builder. 

• He served in the military. Was an Officer in an Italian Army. Had discharge sheep skin. 

• He immigrated. Did not immigrate with Caterina. Caterina Rossini and Cheribino Rossini in 1873. 

Francesco married Caterina ROSSINI , daughter of Unknown1 ROSSINI and Jeannie CHEISA

Noted events in her life were:

• She immigrated On Steam Ship Assyria on 17 Sep 1873 from Italy To New York. Caterina Rossini with son Cheribino Rossini 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F    i. Anna GIOMETTI was born in Jan 1868 in France, died on 21 Jul 1936, at age 68, and was buried on 24 Jul 1936 in Assumption Cem., Syracuse, NY, Lot 13, Sect. N, Grave #34. 

   3 M    ii. Cheribino J. GIOMETTI was born in Apr 1871 in Italy, died on 26 Aug 1935 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 64, and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Cheribino was Carbino, Carbine, Carl. 

General Notes: Death record: DOB about 1870, 10 years old in 1880 census, but grave stone says DOB 1866. 1900 census says he immigrated in 1874 and was born in April of 1871.

Rossini was Cheribino's surname at immigration in 1873. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Partner in "Giometti Bros. Rich Cut Glass" with brother L. Clarence. 

• He immigrated On Steam Ship Assyria on 17 Sep 1873 to Italy To New York. with his mother 

He never married. 

+ 4 F    iii. Louisa GIOMETTI was born on 19 Mar 1876 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, died on 15 Nov 1918 in Bath, Steuben Co., NY, at age 42, and was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Bath, NY. 

+ 5 M    iv. Lazare Clarence GIOMETTI was born on 3 May 1879 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, died on 10 Dec 1942 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 63, and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

+ 6 F    v. Rose Josephine GIOMETTI was born on 12 Oct 1882 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died in 1944 in Hammondsport, Urbana, Steuben Co., NY, at age 62, and was buried on 20 Oct 1944 in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Town Of Urbana, NY. 
 

Second Generation (Children)


2. Anna GIOMETTI (Francesco1) was born in Jan 1868 in France, died on 21 Jul 1936, at age 68, and was buried on 24 Jul 1936 in Assumption Cem., Syracuse, NY, Lot 13, Sect. N, Grave #34. 

General Notes: Anna is not in the family in the census of 1880 in Utica, NY, but is in the 1900 census in Corning, 32 years old, with her kids, but w/o husband. 

Noted events in her life were:

• She was employed. Confectionary 1899 in Corning, Owned Bar & Grill in Syracuse, Interpreter for Syracuse courts in French & Italian 

Anna married George LANDINI in 1884. 

Noted events in his life were:

• Applied for Naturalization: 1888, Bath, Steuben Co., NY. 

• He worked as an Operates Fruit and Confectionery Store in 1891 in Liberty St., Bath, Steuben Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   7 M    i. Guy LANDIN was born in Oct 1884 in NY, died on 25 Oct 1961, at age 77, and was buried in Coopers Plains Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. 1899 Millhand Corning, NY 

Guy married Nevada M. WATTS , daughter of John W. WATTS and Elizabeth

Guy next married Elsie Irene FABER

   8 F    ii. Rose LANDIN was born in Oct 1887 in Bath, Steuben Co., NY and died in 1938, at age 51. 

Rose married TAMMERO

   9 F    iii. Anna R. LANDIN was born in Jan 1890 in Bath, Steuben Co., NY, was christened in Holy Cross Church, Bath, NY, and died in 1987 in Buffalo, NY, at age 97. 

Anna married James Dewitt DAVIS

   10 M    iv. George Francis LANDIN was born on 29 Aug 1894 in Joliet, IL. 

   11 M    v. Francis George LANDIN was born on 11 Jan 1896 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died in 1960 in VA Hosp., Syracuse, NY, at age 64, and was buried on 7 Dec 1960 in Assumption Cem., Syracuse, NY. Another name for Francis was Frankie. 

General Notes: Veteren WW I. 

Francis married Mary about 1921. 

Anna next married Vincenzo CORBACIO in 1903-1910. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Bartender 

Children from this marriage were:

   12 M    i. Joseph CORBACIO was born on 29 Jul 1911 and died on 1 Nov 1994 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, at age 83. 

Joseph married Antionette GINALDI

4. Louisa GIOMETTI (Francesco1) was born on 19 Mar 1876 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, died on 15 Nov 1918 in Bath, Steuben Co., NY, at age 42, and was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Bath, NY. Another name for Louisa was Louise. 

Louisa married Girolamo VENUTO , son of Vincenzo VENUTO and Caterina GUADAGNO

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Opperated an olive oil importing business. 

Children from this marriage were:

   13 M    i. Thomas VENUTO was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

General Notes: Twin of Joseph, Died at birth 

   14 M    ii. Joseph VENUTO was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

General Notes: Twin of Thomas, Died at birth 

   15 F    iii. Mary Catherine VENUTO was born on 13 Sep 1893 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 6 Sep 1967 in Hornell, Steuben Co., NY, at age 73, and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Fremont Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Mary married Ignatius J. MATTIE , son of Dominic MATTIE and Rose CIANCIOSI , on 24 Oct 1923 in Bath, Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Coca-Cola distributor in Hornell, NY 

   16 F    iv. Louise Veronica VENUTO was born on 29 Aug 1895 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 27 Nov 1962 in Rochester, Monroe Co., NY, at age 67, and was buried in Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Rochester, NY. 

Louise married Michael Joseph GRIMALDI , son of Unknown GRIMALDI and Camelia , on 26 Jan 1921 in Soldiers Home Chapel, Bath, NY. 

5. Lazare Clarence GIOMETTI (Francesco1) was born on 3 May 1879 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, died on 10 Dec 1942 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 63, and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Lazare was Clarence. 

General Notes: Lazzero or Lazerus was changed to Lazzare, but he was known as Clarence. Partner with his brother Carbino J. (Carl) in Giometti Brothers Rich Cut Glass Co., 205 Water St., Corning, NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in 1902-1933 in Steuben Co., NY. Operated "Giometti Brothers Rich Cut Glass Co." with brother Carl. 

• He was employed. Glass Cutter, Copper Wheel Engraver 

• His obituary was published on 10 Dec 1942 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. Newspaper source of clipping unknown but dated Dec 10, 1942 by hand. 
Lazare C. Giometti, 63 of the Coopers Road, died at 1:30 a. m. today at Corning Hospital where he was admitted for treatment Wednesday morning. He had been ill for about two weeks. 
A native of Utica, he came to Corning as a young child with his parents, Francis (Francesco) and Catherine Rossini Giometti. On October 3, 1903, he married Maude Ripley in a ceremony performed at St. Patrick's Church. He was a glass cutter by trade and operated his own shop for about 30 years. On March 30 of this year, he began working for Corning Glass Works. Mr. Giometti who was 63 years old on May 3, was a member of St. Vincent De Paul's Church. 
He is survived by: his wife, two sons, Clarence, of Elmira and Charles, of Painted Post R D 2; three (really two) grandchildren in Elmira; a granddaughter, Nancy Smith, and a grandson, Charles Giometti Jr. both of Painted Post R D 2; a sister, Mrs. John R. (Rose) Grimaldi of Hammondsport; several nieces and nephews. 
The body was removed to the Sarsfield-Beilby Funeral Home where services will be held Saturday at 8:30 a. m. A mass will be read at St. Vincent's Church at 9 o'clock and burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Freinds may call at the Funeral Home from 7 to 10 p. m. today, from 1 to 5 p. m. Friday and Friday evening, also from 7 to 10 p. m. 

Lazare married Maude Eleanor RIPLEY , daughter of Charles Carpenter RIPLEY and Elmina M. ROBERTS , on 3 Oct 1903 in St. Patricks, Corning, NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   17 M    i. Clarence Joseph GIOMETTI was born on 23 Aug 1905 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, was christened on 17 Sep 1905 in St. Mary's Church, Corning, NY, died on 24 Jul 1985 in Lehigh Acres, FL, at age 79, and was buried in Lee Memorial Park, Lee Co., FL. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Accountant 

• He was baptized Baptized L. Clarence Jr. on 17 Sep 1905 in St. Mary's Church, Corning, NY. The middle name of Joseph was his confirmation name. 

Clarence married Agnes Irene COLVIN , daughter of Adelbert John COLVIN and Sarah Estelle ALEXANDER , on 14 Apr 1934 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in her life were:

• She was employed. Regestered Nurse 

• She was educated. Nurse Training at Corning Hospital 

   18 F    ii. Louise Elizabeth GIOMETTI was born on 8 Jun 1908 in Watkins Glen, Schuyler Co., NY, died on 29 Dec 1998 in Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, at age 90, and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in her life were:

• She was employed. Business Manager 

Louise married James Merrill SMITH , son of Charles Benjamin SMITH and Phoebe Marion STONE , on 23 Jul 1928 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Meat Cutter, Owned retail butcher businesses 

• He served in the military in Ww2, Pacific. Chief, Commisary Steward, Navy CBs 

   19 M    iii. Charles J. GIOMETTI was born on 15 Nov 1910 in Steuben Co., NY, died on 22 Jul 1989 in Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY, at age 78, and was buried in Coopers Plains Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Charles was Chuck. 

Charles married Evelyn Mary ANDERSON , daughter of Anthony ANDERSON and Lelia Gertrude CLARK

Noted events in her life were:

• Her obituary was published. Evelyn M. Giometti of Painted Post. Evelyn M. Giometti, 69, of 220 Pioneer Rd, died Saturday, Sept. 17, 1983 at her home. She was born in Corning August 25, 1914, the daughter of Andrew and Lela Clark Anderson. She was married to Charles Giometti, who survives. Surviving besides her husband are two sons, Charles Jr., of Walnut Creek, CA and Richard, of Painted Post, and 10 grandchildren. There will be no calling hours. Services today were private at Phillips Funeral Home, Painted Post. Burial was in Coopers Plains Cem. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Arthritis Foundation. 

6. Rose Josephine GIOMETTI (Francesco1) was born on 12 Oct 1882 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died in 1944 in Hammondsport, Urbana, Steuben Co., NY, at age 62, and was buried on 20 Oct 1944 in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Town Of Urbana, NY. 

Rose married John Raymond GRIMALDI , son of GRIMALDI and Caroline RAIMONDO , on 3 Jun 1903 in St. Mary's Church, Corning, NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Operated ice cream parlor in Hammondsport, NY 1907-1946. 

• He immigrated in 1891. 

Children from this marriage were:

   20 M    i. Francis Michael GRIMALDI was born on 11 Aug 1904 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY and died on 18 Oct 1978 in Melbourne, FL, at age 74. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed 1930 census in Hammondsport, Urbana, Steuben Co., NY. Manages gasoline station 

Francis married Hazel Genevieve WARD , daughter of George Keller WARD and Hazel May STREETER , on 5 Nov 1927 in Hammondsport, Urbana, Steuben Co., NY. 

   21 M    ii. John Jerome GRIMALDI was born on 11 Nov 1911, died on 28 Sep 1989 in Melbourne, FL, at age 77, and was buried on 11 Nov 1989 in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Town Of Urbana, NY. 

John married Evelyn WEAVER


Submitted by Paul Giometti email: pgiometti@gmail.com


 

Descendants of Johannes Nicholas HILTZ


First Generation



1. Johannes Nicholas HILTZ , son of Johann Nicholas HILTZ and Elizabeth FOX , was born on 27 Jan 1764 in Stone Arabia, Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 30 Jan 1764 in Reformed Church, Stone Arabia, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 3 May 1813, at age 49. Another name for Johannes was John HILTS, HILLS. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He served in the military. Pension abstract from "Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families," by
Maryly B. Penrose, C.G., A.S.I., Vol.1, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.,
Baltimore, 1990, pg. 379:

HILTZ, JOHN, son of Nicholas Hiltz [brother; George Hiltz]; marr. Susannah
Miller, 26 Feb 1784 by Rev. Abraham Rosencrantz at Fall Hill, NY; died 3 May
1813. [Susanna Hiltz bc 1763, d. 18 Aug 1843, Herkimer, NY]. Children:
Margaret (m. [?] Colvin), George J., Elizabeth (m. [?] Colvin), Anna
(m. [?] Cook), John N., Godfrey, Jacob. John [Hiltz] served under Capt.
Marcus Demuth in Col. Frederick Bellinger's 4th Reg't, Tryon Co. Militia; he
was the only drummer at Fort Dayton and frequently "beat the drum" for
leaving & returning soldiers; he was selected to carry letters from Fort
Dayton to Fort Stanwix and traveled about sixty miles a day; "that he was
very springy on foot, being able to outrun any person in the vicinity, that
he used to run foot races with the Indians and beat the Indians, which was
the cause of his being selected for that duty." [Rev. War, PA Pension
#W24434] 

Johannes married Susanna MILLER , daughter of Frederick MÜLLER and Maria Margaret WOHLEBEN , on 26 Feb 1784 in Fall Hill, NY. 

Marriage Notes: by Rev. Abraham Rosencrantz 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F    i. Elizabeth HILTZ was born on 29 Sep 1784 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 13 Oct 1784 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 3 Aug 1863 in Morris, Otsego Co., NY, at age 78. 

+ 3 F    ii. Anna Eva HILTZ was born on 3 Nov 1785 in German Flats, Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 29 Nov 1785 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, died on 16 May 1852 in Sullivan, Madison Co., NY, at age 66, and was buried in Smith's Ridge Cemetery, Madison Co., NY. 

+ 4 M    iii. George I. HILTZ was born on 14 Jan 1787 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 13 Jun 1863 in Herkimer Co., NY, at age 76, and was buried in Old Village Of Herkimer Cemetery, Herkimer, NY. 

   5 M    iv. Godfried HILTZ was born on 16 Dec 1789 in German Flats, Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 25 Dec 1789 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died after 1813. Another name for Godfried was Godfrey. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He served in the military War of 1812. 

Godfried married Wilhelmina FALK , daughter of Balthasar FALK and Maria SHMITT , on 18 Mar 1810 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

+ 6 M    v. John N. HILTS was born on 27 Oct 1791 in Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 30 Oct 1791 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 5 Feb 1855 in Herkimer Co., NY, at age 63. 

+ 7 F    vi. Margretha HILTZ was born on 6 Sep 1793 in NY, was christened on 15 Sep 1793 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 25 Sep 1851 in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY, at age 58. 

   8 M    vii. Jacob HILTZ was born on 27 Dec 1797 in Stone Arabia, Herkimer Co., NY and was christened on 1 Jan 1798 in Stone Arabia, Herkimer Co., NY. 

   9 F    viii. Catharina HILTZ was born on 27 Jul 1803, was christened on 28 Aug 1803 in Reformed Church Of Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY, and died before 18 Aug 1843.
 

Second Generation (Children)


2. Elizabeth HILTZ (Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 29 Sep 1784 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 13 Oct 1784 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 3 Aug 1863 in Morris, Otsego Co., NY, at age 78. 

Elizabeth married Christopher COLVIN , son of Joseph COLVIN and Ruth AYL(E)SWORTH , on 26 Jun 1803 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 10 M    i. George I. COLVIN was born on 27 Jan 1804, was christened on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 1 Jul 1886 in Morris, Otsego Co., NY, at age 82. 

+ 11 F    ii. Mary Catherine COLVIN was born on 19 Nov 1805, was christened on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 25 Jan 1864 in Herkimer Co., NY, at age 58. 

+ 12 F    iii. Ruth Hiltz COLVIN was born on 18 Apr 1808 in Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 10 Apr 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, at age 91, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

3. Anna Eva HILTZ (Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 3 Nov 1785 in German Flats, Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 29 Nov 1785 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, died on 16 May 1852 in Sullivan, Madison Co., NY, at age 66, and was buried in Smith's Ridge Cemetery, Madison Co., NY. 

Anna married Isreal COOK , son of John COOK and Thankful TRIPP , on 3 Jul 1803 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   13 M    i. Johannes COOK was born on 11 Nov 1803 in NY. 

   14 F    ii. Sally COOK was born on 6 May 1806. 

   15 F    iii. Susan COOK was born on 23 Nov 1816 in NY. 

+ 16 F    iv. Permelia COOK was born on 24 May 1821 in Sacket's Harbor, Jefferson Co., NY and died on 6 Jan 1900 in Plainfield Waushara Co., WI, at age 78. 

4. George I. HILTZ (Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 14 Jan 1787 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 13 Jun 1863 in Herkimer Co., NY, at age 76, and was buried in Old Village Of Herkimer Cemetery, Herkimer, NY. 

George married Maria CLAPSADDLE on 22 May 1809. 

Children from this marriage were:

   17 F    i. Margaret HILTZ

Margaret married Jacob M. HARTER

   18 F    ii. Diana HILTZ

Diana married Adam HARTER

   19 F    iii. Catherine HILTZ

+ 20 M    iv. William HILTZ

+ 21 M    v. Christopher HILTZ

6. John N. HILTS (Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 27 Oct 1791 in Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 30 Oct 1791 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 5 Feb 1855 in Herkimer Co., NY, at age 63. 

John married Delia

Children from this marriage were:

   22 F    i. Mary HILTS

7. Margretha HILTZ (Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 6 Sep 1793 in NY, was christened on 15 Sep 1793 in German Flats Reformed Church, Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 25 Sep 1851 in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY, at age 58. Another name for Margretha was Margaret. 

Margretha married Joseph COLVIN , son of Joseph COLVIN and Ruth AYL(E)SWORTH , on 7 Apr 1818 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   23 F    i. Nancy COLVIN was born on 3 Dec 1819 in NY, was christened on 2 Jul 1820 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died after The 1880 Census. 

General Notes: In 1870 census in Mercer Co., PA with the William Colvin family.
In 1880 census in Tioga Co., PA with the C. L. Hoyt family.
Baptismal name: Anna. 

+ 24 M    ii. William G. COLVIN was born on 22 Nov 1821 in Herkimer Co., NY and was christened on 6 Feb 1822 in Herkimer Co., NY.
 

Third Generation (Grandchildren)


10. George I. COLVIN (Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 27 Jan 1804, was christened on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 1 Jul 1886 in Morris, Otsego Co., NY, at age 82. 

General Notes: Baptismal name: Georgius. 

George married Dorothy SMALL , daughter of Melchior SMALL and Dorothy PETRIE

Children from this marriage were:

+ 25 M    i. John COLVIN was born on 1 Apr 1825, was christened on 4 Jun 1826 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 24 May 1910 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY, at age 85. 

   26 F    ii. Mary Ann COLVIN was born on 7 Feb 1828 in NY and was christened on 23 Oct 1831 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

+ 27 M    iii. Christopher COLVIN was born about 1834 in NY and died on 22 Apr 1900 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY, about age 66. 

   28 M    iv. George Melchior COLVIN was born in Dec 1845 in NY, was christened on 14 Jul 1847 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 5 Apr 1903 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY, at age 57. 

George married Jennie DREW , daughter of ? DREW and Marcia M.

   29 F    v. Elizabeth COLVIN was born on 8 Jan 1830, was christened on 23 Oct 1831 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 3 Jun 1834, at age 4, and was buried in Nellis Cem., Herkimer Co., NY. 

   30 F    vi. Nellis COLVIN was buried in Snells Bush Cem., Herkimer Co., NY. 

General Notes: d. age 1yr 26da 

11. Mary Catherine COLVIN (Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 19 Nov 1805, was christened on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 25 Jan 1864 in Herkimer Co., NY, at age 58. 

General Notes: Baptismal name: Maria Catharina. 

Mary married Melchert Or Melchior WITHERSTINE

Children from this marriage were:

   31 M    i. George WITHERSTINE was born on 5 Aug and was christened on 29 Sep 1822 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

+ 32 M    ii. Gaylord H. WITHERSTINE was born on 31 Jul 1824 and was christened on 12 Jan 1825 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

   33 M    iii. Joseph Abraham WITHERSTINE was born on 18 Aug 1826 and was christened on 4 Sep 1828 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

+ 34 M    iv. Christopher C. WITHERSTINE was born on 13 Apr 1831 in Herkimer Co., NY and died on 30 Mar 1899, at age 67. 

12. Ruth Hiltz COLVIN (Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 18 Apr 1808 in Herkimer Co., NY, was christened on 22 Nov 1809 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 10 Apr 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, at age 91, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

General Notes: Of the 17 children there were four sets of twins. Only Benjamin, Daniel and Mary made it to adulthood. 

Noted events in her life were:

• Her obituary was published on 10 Apr 1900 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA. MRS. Ruth Colvin 

Ruth married Gaylord Griswold COLVIN , son of Joshua COLVIN and Dorothy CASTLER , on 28 Oct 1824 in Snells Bush, Herkimer Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Teacher, Farmer, Associate Judge of Potter Co., PA, Land Agent 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 35 M    i. Benjamin F. COLVIN was born on 10 Jan 1826 in Steuben, Oneida Co., NY, died on 22 Mar 1901, at age 75, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA, Civil War Marker, Lot #224. 

   36 M    ii. Christopher COLVIN was born on 21 Nov 1827 in Steuben, Herkimer Co., NY and died on 25 Mar 1830 in Herkimer Co., NY, at age 2. 

   37 F    iii. Elizabeth COLVIN was born on 18 Oct 1833 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY, died on 27 Dec 1835 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY, at age 2, and was buried in Whitesville Rural Cemetery, Independence Twp., Allegany Co., NY. 

+ 38 M    iv. Daniel C. COLVIN was born on 20 Oct 1835 in Spring Mills, Allegany Co., NY, died on 23 Jul 1907 in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 71, and was buried on 25 Jul 1907 in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

+ 39 F    v. Mary Catherine COLVIN was born on 14 Jul 1838 in Spring Mills, Allegany Co., NY, died in 1917 in Probably Elmira, NY, at age 79, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

   40 F    vi. Amelia Ann COLVIN was born on 19 Oct 1840 in Spring Mills, Allegany Co., NY, died on 15 Sep 1842 in Spring Mills, Allegany Co., NY, at age 1, and was buried in Whitesville Rural Cemetery, Independence Twp., Allegany Co., NY. 

   41 M    vii. Gaylord Eugene COLVIN was born in Mar 1849 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

   42 F    viii. Ruth Delphene COLVIN was born in Mar 1849 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA. 

   43 M    ix. Nine Other Unknown COLVIN

16. Permelia COOK (Anna Eva HILTZ3, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 24 May 1821 in Sacket's Harbor, Jefferson Co., NY and died on 6 Jan 1900 in Plainfield Waushara Co., WI, at age 78. 

Permelia married Abraham BENDER on 24 Jul 1841 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

+ 44 M    i. George Isreal BENDER

20. William HILTZ (George I.4, Johannes Nicholas1). 

William married (name unknown). 

Children from this marriage were:

   45 M    i. George HILTZ

   46 M    ii. William HILTZ

   47 F    iii. Lucy HILTZ

   48 F    iv. Libby HILTZ

   49 F    v. Julia HILTZ

21. Christopher HILTZ (George I.4, Johannes Nicholas1). 

Christopher married (name unknown). 

Children from this marriage were:

   50 F    i. Clarrissee HILTZ

   51 M    ii. Philo HILTZ

   52 M    iii. Schuyler HILTZ

   53 M    iv. Charles HILTZ

24. William G. COLVIN (Margretha HILTZ7, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 22 Nov 1821 in Herkimer Co., NY and was christened on 6 Feb 1822 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

William married Eliza

Children from this marriage were:

   54 F    i. Jennie E. COLVIN was born in Apr 1864.
 

Fourth Generation (Great Grandchildren)


25. John COLVIN (George I. COLVIN10, Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 1 Apr 1825, was christened on 4 Jun 1826 in Herkimer Co., NY, and died on 24 May 1910 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY, at age 85. 

John married Margaret E.

Children from this marriage were:

   55 M    i. Melchert Small COLVIN was born in Apr 1850 and died on 17 Jul 1895 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY, at age 45. 

Melchert married Carrie L. BAILEY

27. Christopher COLVIN (George I. COLVIN10, Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born about 1834 in NY and died on 22 Apr 1900 in Morris Twp., Otsego Co., NY, about age 66. 

Christopher married Harriet E.

Children from this marriage were:

   56 F    i. Alida Or Unice COLVIN was born about 1858 in NY. 

   57 M    ii. Leroy S. COLVIN was born in Aug 1859 in NY. 

Leroy married Bertha A. in 1896. 

32. Gaylord H. WITHERSTINE (Mary Catherine COLVIN11, Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 31 Jul 1824 and was christened on 12 Jan 1825 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He worked as a Piano Maker 1850 Census in New York City. 

Gaylord married Claunda A.

Children from this marriage were:

   58 M    i. George A. WITHERSTINE was born in Aug 1849 in NY. 

34. Christopher C. WITHERSTINE (Mary Catherine COLVIN11, Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 13 Apr 1831 in Herkimer Co., NY and died on 30 Mar 1899, at age 67. 

Christopher married Evelina PETRIE , daughter of Daniel PETRIE and Deborah YOUNG

Children from this marriage were:

   59 F    i. Louisa WITHERSTINE was born about 1852 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

   60 M    ii. Horatio P. WITHERSTINE was born on 31 Oct 1854 in Herkimer Co., NY and died on 24 Mar 1920, at age 65. 

   61 M    iii. Howard WITHERSTINE was born about 1856 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

   62 F    iv. Clara WITHERSTINE was born about 1858 in Herkimer Co., NY. 

35. Benjamin F. COLVIN (Ruth Hiltz COLVIN12, Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 10 Jan 1826 in Steuben, Oneida Co., NY, died on 22 Mar 1901, at age 75, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA, Civil War Marker, Lot #224. Another name for Benjamin was Frank. 

General Notes: 31 Jan 1862 111th PA vol., wounded at Winchester VA. Quite often referred to as Frank. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Farmer 

• He served in the military. GAR, Co. K, 111th PA Volunteers, Hon. disch. 31 Jan 1865 

Benjamin married Maria L. DWIGHT , daughter of George DWIGHT and Unknown , on 5 Mar 1852 in Independence, Allegany Co., NY. The marriage ended in divorce. 

Children from this marriage were:

   63 M    i. Charles P. COLVIN was born on 25 Apr 1853 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA and died after 1930 Osceola census. 

Charles married Phebe A.

   64 F    ii. Ida L. COLVIN was born on 12 Jan 1856 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA, died on 14 Apr 1898 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 42, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Ida married William Rathbun McCASLIN , son of Clemson William McCASLIN and Eliza Ann NEWMAN , on 3 Feb 1873. 

Benjamin next married Jennie C. CRISSMAN in Oct 1865 in Blairsville, Indiana Co., PA. 

38. Daniel C. COLVIN (Ruth Hiltz COLVIN12, Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 20 Oct 1835 in Spring Mills, Allegany Co., NY, died on 23 Jul 1907 in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 71, and was buried on 25 Jul 1907 in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. Another name for Daniel was Dan. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Farmer 

Daniel married Annis L. BENNETT , daughter of Lyman BENNETT and Betsey A. BEMIS , on 24 Jan 1857 in Persia Twp., Cattaraugus Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   65 F    i. Julia E. COLVIN was born on 23 Nov 1858 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA and died before 1907. 

General Notes: The last letter to Julia in Dan's diary is Feb. 8, 1887. 

   66 M    ii. James L. COLVIN was born on 24 Oct 1859 in Persia Twp., Cattaraugus Co., NY, died in 1898, at age 39, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Cherry Creek, Chautauqua Co., NY. 

James married S. Elizabeth

Daniel next married Florence A. BENNETT , daughter of Aaron Franklin BENNETT and Anna BARTON , on 30 Jun 1868 in Wellsville, Allegany Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   67 M    i. Albert COLVIN was born on 28 May 1869 in Persia Twp., Cattaraugus Co., NY and died on 30 May 1869. 

   68 M    ii. Bert COLVIN was born on 10 Dec 1870 in Persia Twp., Cattaraugus Co., NY and died on 17 Feb 1873, at age 2. 

   69 F    iii. Rose Anne COLVIN was born on 24 Jan 1871 in Persia Twp., Cattaraugus Co., NY, died on 1 Sep 1963 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, at age 92, and was buried in Borden, Elk Creek Cem., Woodhull, Steuben Co., NY. 

Rose married George Henry NEWLAND , son of James Young NEWLANDS and Elizabeth AIKEN , on 12 Mar 1887 in Addison, Steuben Co., NY. 

   70 M    iv. Fred COLVIN was born on 28 Apr 1873 in Elmira, Chemung Co., NY, died on 2 Dec 1930 in Tree Fell On Him In Borden, NY, at age 57, and was buried on 5 Dec 1930 in Osceola/Fairview Cem. Tioga Co., PA Lot#228. 

General Notes: A record of his burial exists at the Woodhull Village Cemetery, however, a stone is placed at the Osceola Fairview Cemetery. 

Noted events in his life were:

He never married. 

   71 F    v. Cora M. COLVIN was born on 24 Sep 1875 in Elmira, Chemung Co., NY, died on 18 Oct 1875 in Town Of Southport, Chemung Co., NY, and was buried in Orphans Home Cemetery (Fulton St. Cemetery), Elmira, NY. 

   72 M    vi. Franklin G. COLVIN was born on 21 Apr 1877 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died after 1918. Another name for Franklin was Frank. 

General Notes: Franklin G. was taken in by his uncle Charles and aunt Mary Hoyt after his mother's death and was adopted. For more data see Frank HOYT. 

Daniel next married Wealthy A. BLY , daughter of Stephen T. BLY and Elizabeth B. ANDREWS , on 7 Sep 1878 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Children from this marriage were:

   73 M    i. Adelbert John COLVIN was born on 20 Nov 1881 in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 25 Jul 1952 in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY, at age 70, and was buried in Borden, Elk Creek Cem., Woodhull, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Adelbert was Deb. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in Borden, Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY. Dairy Farmer, Justice of the Peace, Practical Nurse 

Adelbert married Sarah Estelle ALEXANDER , daughter of James Gibson ALEXANDER and Sarah Lydia PADDOCK , on 1 Apr 1903 in Geneva, NY, Rev.N. B. Remick. 

Noted events in her life were:

• She was employed. Trained Nurse 

39. Mary Catherine COLVIN (Ruth Hiltz COLVIN12, Elizabeth HILTZ2, Johannes Nicholas1) was born on 14 Jul 1838 in Spring Mills, Allegany Co., NY, died in 1917 in Probably Elmira, NY, at age 79, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

Mary married Charles L. HOYT , son of Abel D. HOYT and Ester Eliza HURLBURT , on 29 Sep 1858 in Spring Mills, Allegany Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Built Sorgum Mill 1882, farmed tobacco, hops and Chinese amber cane on a large scale 

• He was educated. Civil Engineer, Class of 1856, Union Col. 

• He served in the military. Co. K 149th Reg. P. V. and Co. G 53rd Reg. P .V.;First Lt. 

Children from this marriage were:

   74 F    i. Fannie Rose HOYT was born on 16 Nov 1861 in Bingham Twp., Potter Co., PA, died on 4 Jul 1873 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, at age 11, and was buried in Osceola/Fairview Cemetery, Tioga Co., PA. 

General Notes: Grave stone information nearly gone. 11y 19d 

   75 F    ii. Effa L. HOYT was born in May 1864 in NY, died in 1935, at age 71, and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, Chemung Co., NY. 

General Notes: Listed as adopted in 1880 census. 

Noted events in her life were:

• She was adopted. 

Effa married Francis BUTLER about 1884. 

   76 M    iii. Frank Benjamin HOYT was born on 21 Apr 1877 in Woodhull Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died after 12 Sep 1918. 

General Notes: This is Franklin G. Colvin son of Daniel C. and Florence A. Bennett Colvin who was adopted by the Hoyts after the death of his mother.

In 1900 census next door to Charles L. HOYT family in Horseheads but says he was born April 1877 in PA. The DC Colvin family bible says 26 April 1978 in Woodhull.

A Frank B. Hoyt 1878-1940 is buried in the Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads, NY in sect. L near Broad St. at east end.

Frank Benjamin Hoyt b. 21 Apr, 1877 brother of Gaylord A. Hoyt regestered for the WW1 draft.
 

Frank married Ida about 1898. 

   77 M    iv. Gaylord A. HOYT was born on 20 May 1880 in PA and died on 18 Feb 1962 in Los Angeles, CA, at age 81. 

General Notes: There is a Gaylord HOYT stone in the Fairview Cemetery in Osceola with a death date of 1962. Francis d. 1935 and Marjorie d. 19?? on same stone. 

44. George Isreal BENDER (Permelia COOK16, Anna Eva HILTZ3, Johannes Nicholas1). 

George married Albina Roseltha DUNLAP

Children from this marriage were:

   78 M    i. Clarence W. BENDER

Clarence married Edith May SCHENCK

Submitted by Paul Giometti email: pgiometti@gmail.com


Descendants of James Portis RIPLEY



 

1-James P. RIPLEY, son of James RIPLEY b. NY and Meriam ROOT was born 10 May 1807 in the Town of Washington, NY, died on 3 Apr 1886 in Town Of Corning, Steuben Co., NY, at age 79, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

General Notes: Grave stone is broken so that the piece that has his age is missing. The DOD on the stone and the death record is 3 Apr 1886. His age on the death certificate is 79. Death notice in the "Corning Journal" Thursday, April 8, 1886: "Mr. James Ripley an old resident on Quackenbush Hill, died on the 3d inst. aged 79 years." The Hope Cemetery record does not show James P. Ripley; since no records were kept before 1890.
 
 

From "Our County and its People"
"A History of the Valley and County of Chemung"
By Ausburn Towner
1892

RIPLEY, James, born Unadilla, N.Y., died at Utica at an advanced age, having served in the war of the Revolution. His wife, Sarah, died at the same place, aged 80 years, and his only son, James P. Ripley, who was born at Unadilla, died in Corning in 1885, at the age of 82 years. He married Nancy, daughter of John Tallman, of Utica, and their children were George N., Frances, Charles C., Dewitt C., Jediah, and Martha. He married second, Lydia, daughter of John N. Davis, by whom he had a son Judson Ripley. Dewitt C. Ripley was born at Big Flats, July 14, 1843, and April 3, 1870, he married Lucy, daughter of Daniel Woodruff. She died in 1881, aged 32 years, leaving these children: William W. And Lena M. He married second Sophronia Burd, June 1, 1883. She was the daughter of Austin Reeder. They now reside in Big Flats. Mrs. Ripley's first husband was William Burd, who died March 29, 1881, at the age of fifty-one years. Their children were Amy A. and Austin R.

In the 1855 Hornby census, the RIPLEYs had lived there for 8yrs. On 16 Nov 1855 the Hornby town line moved putting the RIPLEY property in the Town of Corning.

In the census of 1860, James P. was indicated as being born at Oneida Co., NY. The 1855 & 1875 state census indicates Washington Co and his death certificate indicates Bridgewater, NY. Bridgewater is in Oneida Co. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Farmer 

James married Nancy TALLMAN , daughter of Jedediah TALLMAN and Mary Margaret WOOLLEY . They had six children: Frances, George N., Charles Carpenter, Dewitt C., Jediah , and Martha J.

2-Frances RIPLEY was born in 1825-1830. 

General Notes: 10 to 15 years old in 1840 census
 

2-George N. RIPLEY was born on 31 Oct 1832 in NY, died on 10 May 1903, at age 70, and was buried in Montezuma Rural Cem., Cayuga Co., NY. 

George married Harriet E. GARDNER , daughter of George E. GARDNER and Mary Ann , on 25 Feb 1857 in Town Of Corning, Steuben Co., NY. They had four children: Mary, William G., Emma E. , and George N.

3-Mary RIPLEY was born about 1857 in Steuben Co., NY. 
 

3-William G. RIPLEY was born on 17 Jun 1864 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 6 Feb 1932 in Montezuma Twp., Cayuga Co., NY, at age 67, and was buried in Montezuma Rural Cem., Cayuga Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in New York City. Tug boat Captain for New York Central. 

William married Emma E. ELDRIDGE , daughter of George C. ELDRIDGE and Alice E. , about 1888. They had one child: William E.

3-Emma E. RIPLEY was born on 24 Apr 1867, died on 20 Feb 1881, at age 13, and was buried in Montezuma Rural Cem., Cayuga Co., NY. 
 

3-George N. RIPLEY Jr. was born on 25 Jun 1872, died on 11 Mar 1881, at age 8, and was buried in Montezuma Rural Cem., Cayuga Co., NY. 
 

2-Charles Carpenter RIPLEY was born in May 1837 in NY, died on 30 Jan 1907 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 69, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in his life were:

• He served in the military bef 1855 to bef 1870. Seaman on the USS Sabine, a 44 to 50 gun frigate, commissioned 1858. 

• He was employed in 1900 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. mason 

Charles married Elmina M. ROBERTS , daughter of Joseph ROBERTS and Lydia Ann DAVIS , in 1878. They had five children: Guy, Maude Eleanor, Sarah A., Mable , and Mary Ann

3-Guy RIPLEY was born in 1880 in NY and died in 1880 in Infant Death, Cholera. 
 

3-Maude Eleanor RIPLEY was born on 20 Jul 1882 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died in Mar 1975 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 92, and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

Maude married Lazare Clarence GIOMETTI , son of Francesco GIOMETTI and Caterina ROSSINI , on 3 Oct 1903 in St. Patricks, Corning, NY. They had three children: Clarence Joseph, Louise Elizabeth , and Charles J.

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in 1902-1933 in Steuben Co., NY. Operated "Giometti Brothers Rich Cut Glass Co." with brother Carl. 

• He was employed. Glass Cutter, Copper Wheel Engraver 

• His obituary was published on 10 Dec 1942 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. Newspaper source of clipping unknown but dated Dec 10, 1942 by hand. 
Lazare C. Giometti, 63 of the Coopers Road, died at 1:30 a. m. today at Corning Hospital where he was admitted for treatment Wednesday morning. He had been ill for about two weeks. 
A native of Utica, he came to Corning as a young child with his parents, Francis (Francesco) and Catherine Rossini Giometti. On October 3, 1903, he married Maude Ripley in a ceremony performed at St. Patrick's Church. He was a glass cutter by trade and operated his own shop for about 30 years. On March 30 of this year, he began working for Corning Glass Works. Mr. Giometti who was 63 years old on May 3, was a member of St. Vincent De Paul's Church. 
He is survived by: his wife, two sons, Clarence, of Elmira and Charles, of Painted Post R D 2; three (really two) grandchildren in Elmira; a granddaughter, Nancy Smith, and a grandson, Charles Giometti Jr. both of Painted Post R D 2; a sister, Mrs. John R. (Rose) Grimaldi of Hammondsport; several nieces and nephews. 
The body was removed to the Sarsfield-Beilby Funeral Home where services will be held Saturday at 8:30 a. m. A mass will be read at St. Vincent's Church at 9 o'clock and burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Freinds may call at the Funeral Home from 7 to 10 p. m. today, from 1 to 5 p. m. Friday and Friday evening, also from 7 to 10 p. m. 

3-Sarah A. RIPLEY was born on 25 Sep 1885 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 6 Apr 1931 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 45, and was buried on 8 Apr 1931 in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Town Of Urbana, NY. Another name for Sarah was Sate. 

Sarah married George T. GRISWOLD , son of Samuel GRISWOLD and Clarica C. TOWNER , on 11 Jan 1904 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. They had one child: Thomas J.

3-Mable RIPLEY was born in Apr 1888 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY and died before 1965. 

General Notes: Lived in California 

Mable married Harry PUGH ??

3-Mary Ann RIPLEY was born in 1890 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 9 Jan 1965 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 75, and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Mary was Mate. 

Mary married James J. MORAN , son of Francis MORAN and Unknown , in 1907 in St. Mary's Church, Corning, NY. They had three children: Mary Jane, James J. , and Helen P.

2-Dewitt C. RIPLEY was born on 14 Jul 1841 in Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY, died in Elmira Heights, Chemung Co., NY, and was buried on 6 Jan 1910 in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, Chemung Co., NY. 

Dewitt married Lucy D. WOODRUFF , daughter of Daniel WOODRUFF and Abigail , on 3 Apr 1870. They had two children: William Wallace and Lena M.

3-William Wallace RIPLEY was born on 5 Nov 1870 in NY and died on 6 Nov 1903 in Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY, at age 33. 

General Notes: Telephone Operator in 1900 census Corning, NY 

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed 1900 census in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. Telephone Operator 

3-Lena M. RIPLEY was born on 20 Jul 1875 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 18 Nov 1906 in Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY, at age 31, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Erwin Twp., Steuben Co., NY. 

Noted events in her life were:

• She was employed. Tobacco factory worker 

Lena married George Washington YOUNG , son of Thomas Jefferson YOUNG and Susan SMITH , on 7 Feb 1897. They had five children: Lucy Susan, Blanche Marie, Edwin Sylvanus, Doris Genieve , and Gladys Janette

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed. Worked on the Trolley Line between Corning and Waverly 

Dewitt next married Sophronia M. REEDER , daughter of Austin S. REEDER and Maria , on 1 Jun 1883. 

2-Jediah RIPLEY was born in 1844 in Chemung Co., NY and died after 1886. 

General Notes: Jed was in Nebraska at the time of his father's will probate in 1886.
 

2-Martha J. RIPLEY was born in 1846 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 1 May 1870 in Gibson, Steuben Co., NY, at age 24, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

Martha married Andrew Warren VAN ETTEN , son of Robert H. VAN ETTEN and Lavina BAKER , on 1 Jan 1867 in Hornby Twp., Steuben Co., NY. They had two children: Archie Dewitt Clinton and Ella B.

3-Archie Dewitt Clinton VAN ETTEN was born on 23 Sep 1867 in Gibson, Steuben Co., NY, died on 14 Oct 1934 in Gibson, Steuben Co., NY, at age 67, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

Archie married Anna E. ELLISON , daughter of William ELLISON and Almira Flint HOFFMAN , on 2 Dec 1892. They had one child: Carl Arthur

3-Ella B. VAN ETTEN was born on 10 Oct 1869 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 6 Jul 1921 in Gibson, Steuben Co., NY, at age 51, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. 

Ella married Orrin W. ROSE , son of Orrin ROSE and Electra KNAPP , on 8 Apr 1887. They had five children: Ethel Louise, Leona, Edith Ardell, Doris I. , and Thelma Audrey

James next married Lydia Ann DAVIS , daughter of John N Or M DAVIS and Amanda SIMMONS , in 1850-1853. They had four children: Sarah A., Nancy, Falian , and Judson

Noted events in her life were:

• Her obituary was published on 23 Sep 1899 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY. Corning Journal
Sat., 23 September 1899
MRS. LYDIA A. RIPLEY, widow of James P. Ripley, of Quackenbush Hill, Corning, died in the Fifth Ward, Corning at 7 pm, Sept. 21, at the home of her son, Judson Ripley, Baker Street, aged eighty-two years. The burial was in Hope Cemetery this afternoon. She leaves the following children; Mrs. Henry Smith, of Gang Mills, Erwin; Alvin Ferris, of Painted Post; Mrs. Charles Ripley, of Sly Avenue, Fifth Ward; and Judson Ripley, where she had made her home since the death of her husband twelve years ago. The deceased was much respected by all who knew her. 

2-Sarah A. RIPLEY was born in 1853 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 1 Jan 1882, at age 29, and was buried in Pipestone Cemetery, Pipestone, MN. 

Sarah married Albert N. FERRIS . They had two children: Edith A. and Nettie F.

3-Edith A. FERRIS was born in 1874 in NY. 
 

3-Nettie F. FERRIS was born in 1877 in MN. 
 

2-Nancy RIPLEY was born in 1856 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY and died before 1870. 
 

2-Falian RIPLEY was born in 1859 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY and died before 1870. 
 

2-Judson RIPLEY was born in Jun 1862 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, died on 18 Mar 1939, at age 76, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning, Steuben Co., NY. Another name for Judson was Judd. 

General Notes: His gravestone says he was born in 1869. If this is true, Lydia would have been 51 when Judson was born. The 1870 census has him at 8 years old and the 1880 census at 18, making his birth date 1862 and Lydia 44 at his birth. 

Judson married Maud E. ROSE , daughter of David ROSE and Hannah A. COLLINS , in Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY. They had one child: Claude B.

3-Claude B. RIPLEY was born on 29 Feb 1888 in Hornby Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died on 31 Jul 1928 in Corning City, Steuben Co., NY, at age 40. 

General Notes: Killed at a railroad crossing in the Corning, NY area. 

Claude married Elizabeth Grace WHITE, daughter of James H. WHITE and Clara PELTON on 11 Dec 1909. They had six children: Clara, James J., Mary L., Doris E., Allen J. , and Thelma C.

Judson next married Frances FERRIS , daughter of Alvin FERRIS and Sophronia ROBERTS , in 1894. They had four children: Madge F., James Royce, Mildred E. , and Theodore A.

3-Madge F. RIPLEY was born in May 1896 in Hornby Twp., Steuben Co., NY, died on 6 Sep 1913 in Risingville, Steuben Co., NY, at age 17, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning NY, No Gravestone. 

General Notes: Died in a house fire in Risingville, NY. No gravestone, but in the cemetery record..
 

3-James Royce RIPLEY was born on 26 Nov 1897 in Hornby Twp., Steuben Co., NY and died in Feb 1974 in Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY, at age 76. 

General Notes: Went by his middle name Royce. 

James married Ann MACDOWELL , daughter of Frank B. MACDOWELL and Delia PARKER . The marriage ended in divorce. They had no children. 

James next married Eva Rose HOFFMAN , daughter of HOFFMAN and Unknown , about 1926. The marriage ended in divorce. They had no children. 

3-Mildred E. RIPLEY was born on 15 Jun 1903 in NY, died on 21 Jan 1990, at age 86, and was buried in Tavares, FL [Creamated]. 

Mildred married George REYNOLDS , son of Ralph N. REYNOLDS and Auguste Caroline Christiane SCHMIDT , on 21 May 1926. They had no children. 

3-Theodore A. RIPLEY was born in 1908 in NY, died on 6 Sep 1913 in Risingville, Steuben Co., NY, at age 5, and was buried in Hope Cemetery, Corning NY, No Gravestone. 

General Notes: Died in a house fire in Risingville, NY. No gravestone, but in the cemetery record. 

Submitted by Paul Giometti email: pgiometti@gmail.com
 



 
 
Descendants of William II Rockwell

Generation No. 1

1.  WILLIAM II1 ROCKWELL was born 1543 in Fitzhead, Sommerset, England, and died 1577 in Fitzhead, Sommerset, England.  He married MARY MARION WYKE 1562 in Fitzhead, Sommerset, England. 

Notes for WILLIAM II ROCKWELL:
Notes for William I Rockwell:
     This family is said to trace it's origin to Sir Ralph De Rocheville, one of the Norman Knights accompanying the Empress Maude to England when she laid claim to that Kingdom, and who finally joined Henry II, and received three knights and land in the County York.  The family has since resided in York, their seat being at Rockwell Hall near Borough Bridge in that county.  Sir John Rockwell of this family is mentioned in English History as the rescuer of the Earl of Northumberland, and Lord Percy from the Earl Douglas's party at the Battle of Halidon Hill, in the reign of Henry IV.

Richard (d. 1637) 
John (baptized. 5 July 1588) 
William (baptized. 6 Feb. 1590) 
Roger (baptized. 31 May 1594) 
Jane (baptized. 6 Feb. 1596) 
John Rockwell, the father, was buried at Fitzhead on 23 Feb. 1636, and his widow, Honor, was buried there on 21 Aug. 1637. But she left behind a remarkable will, penned at Dorchester, co. Dorset, and dated 19 July 1637, in which she leaves 12 pence apiece to "...all my grandchildren in New England, both sons and daughters of Richard Rockwell, William Rockwell, and John Rockwell." 

Children of WILLIAM ROCKWELL and MARY WYKE are:
2. i. I JOHN2 ROCKWELL, b. 1563, Fitzhead, England; d. February 1635/36, Fitzhead, Somerset, England.
 ii. THOMAS ROCKWELL.
 iii. RICHARD ROCKWELL, d. 1621; m. THOMAZINE LITTLEJOHN.
 iv. SYMAN ROCKWELL, m. AGNES.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  I JOHN2 ROCKWELL (WILLIAM II1) was born 1563 in Fitzhead, England, and died February 1635/36 in Fitzhead, Somerset, England.  He married HONOR NEWTON July 19, 1585 in Fitzhead, England. 

Richard (d. 1637) 
John (baptized. 5 July 1588) 
William (baptized. 6 Feb. 1590) 
Roger (baptized. 31 May 1594) 
Jane (baptized. 6 Feb. 1596) 

John Rockwell, the father, was buried at Fitzhead on 23 Feb. 1636, and his widow, Honor, was buried there on 21 Aug. 1637. But she left behind a remarkable will, penned at Dorchester, co. Dorset, and dated 19 July 1637, in which she leaves 12 pence apiece to "...all my grandchildren in New England, both sons and daughters of Richard Rockwell, William Rockwell, and John Rockwell." 

Children of JOHN ROCKWELL and HONOR NEWTON are:
3. i. JOHN3 ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1588, Shipstead, England; d. 1662, Windsor,  Hartford, Conn..
 ii. RICHARD ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1586, Fitzhead, Somerset, England; d. 1637.
 

Children of JOHN ROCKWELL and WILMOT CADE are:
5. i. JR. JOHN4 ROCKWELL, b. July 22, 1621, Fitzhead, Somerset, England; d. 1673, Rye, Westchester County, New York.
 ii. MARY ROCKWELL, b. February 21, 1623/24.
 iii. ANNA ROCKWELL, b. December 09, 1627.
 iv. SIMON ROCKWELL, b. November 07, 1630.
 

4.  WILLIAM3 ROCKWELL (JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1590 in Fitzhead, England, and died May 15, 1640 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.  He married SUSANNA CAPEN April 14, 1624 in Holy Trinity Church, Dorchester, England.  She died November 14, 1666 in Windsor,  Hartford, Conn..
Children of WILLIAM ROCKWELL and SUSANNA CAPEN are:
 i. JOAN4 ROCKWELL, b. April 25, 1625; m. JEFFREY BAKER, 1642.
 ii. JOHN ROCKWELL, b. July 18, 1627.
6. iii. SAMUEL ROCKWELL, b. March 28, 1631, Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts; d. 1711, Windsor, Hartford Connecticut.
 iv. RUTH ROCKWELL, b. August 1633, Dorchester; m. CHRISTOPHER HUNTINGTON.
7. v. SARAH ROCKWELL, b. July 21, 1638; d. August 07, 1683.
 vi. MARY ROCKWELL, b. 1639.
 

Generation No. 4

5.  JR. JOHN4 ROCKWELL (JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born July 22, 1621 in Fitzhead, Somerset, England, and died 1673 in Rye, Westchester County, New York.  He married ELIZABETH WEED Abt. 1658 in Stamford, Connecticut, daughter of JONAS WEED and MARY HOYT.  She was born in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, and died 1676 in Rye, Westchester County, New York.

Children of JOHN ROCKWELL and ELIZABETH WEED are:
 i. MEHITABLE I5 ROCKWELL, b. 1656; d. September 14, 1656, Stamford, Connecticut.

Notes for MEHITABLE I ROCKWELL:
Source: Barbour Index for Stamford Families (1641-1853)

ROCKWELL
John, his child, d. 5th mo. 31, 1658
Mehitable, d. Sept. 14, 1656
 

8. ii. JONATHAN ROCKWELL, b. 1658, Stamford, Connecticut; d. 1731, Ridgefield, Connecticut.
 iii. JOHN ROCKWELL, b. 1658, Stamford, Connecticut; d. May 31, 1658, Stamford, Connecticut.

Notes for JOHN ROCKWELL:
Source: Barbour Index:

ROCKWELL
John, his child, d. 5th mo. 31, 1658
Mehitable, d. Sept. 14, 1656
 

 iv. HANNAH ROCKWELL, b. 1660; d. Rye, New York (Westchester County); m. JOHN MARSHALL; b. Of Greenwich, Ct..
9. v. SARAH ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1661.
10. vi. THOMAS ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1667; d. June 15, 1712, Ridgefield, Connecticut.
 vii. JOSEPH ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1670; d. 1714; m. MARY, 1706.
 viii. MEHITABLE II ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1671; d. 1738, Norwalk, Connecticut; m. ZERUBBABEL HOYT, May 29, 1720, Norwalk, Connecticut; b. Abt. 1652, Windsor, Hartford Connecticut; d. January 25, 1737/38, Norwalk, Connecticut.

Notes for MEHITABLE II ROCKWELL:
Source:

Generation No. 3
10.  MEHITABLE ROCKWELL (ELIZABETH2 WEED, JONAS1) was born Abt. 1661.  She married (1) JOHN KEELER June 18, 1679 in Norwalk, CT.  He was born Abt. 1656, and died 1720 in Norwalk, CT.  She married (2) ZERUBBABEL HOYT Abt. May 1720 in Norwalk, CT, son of WALTER HOYT and RHODA TINKER.  He was born Abt. 1652 in probably Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, and died January 25, 1738/39 in Norwalk, CT.

Children of MEHITABLE ROCKWELL and JOHN KEELER are:
         i.    ELIZABETH KEELER, b. March 19, 1677/78, Norwalk, CT.
        ii.    JOHN KEELER, b. December 26, 1682, Norwalk, CT.
        iii.    DAVID KEELER, b. Abt. 1684.
        iv.    DANIEL KEELER, b. Abt. 1686.
31.    v.    MEHITABLE KEELER, b. Abt. 1688; d. March 21, 1755, Norwalk, CT.
        vi.    HANNAH KEELER, b. Abt. 1690.
 
 
 
 
 

6.  SAMUEL4 ROCKWELL (WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born March 28, 1631 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, and died 1711 in Windsor, Hartford Connecticut.  He married MARY NORTON April 09, 1658 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, daughter of THOMAS NORTON and GRACE WELLS. 

Notes for SAMUEL ROCKWELL:
Family genealogy of Bliss as researched by Sheare Anne Bliss   ; Source
 

Children of SAMUEL ROCKWELL and MARY NORTON are:
 i. SAMUEL5 ROCKWELL, b. October 10, 1667; d. May 13, 1725; m. ELIZABET GAYLORD, January 10, 1691/92.
 ii. JOSEPH ROCKWELL, b. May 23, 1670, Dorchester, Mass.; d. June 26, 1733; m. ELIZABETH DRAKE, January 23, 1692/93; b. November 02, 1675, Windsor, Conn..
 iii. JOHN ROCKWELL, b. May 31, 1675; d. September 30, 1741; m. AIMEE SKINNER, March 1697/98; b. 1679, Windsor, Hartford, Conn.; d. April 01, 1756.
 iv. ABIGAIL ROCKWELL, b. April 11, 1676; d. October 12, 1741; m. JOHN SMITH; b. December 08, 1674; d. July 08, 1689.
 

7.  SARAH4 ROCKWELL (WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born July 21, 1638, and died August 07, 1683.  She married WALTER GAYLORD. 

Child of SARAH ROCKWELL and WALTER GAYLORD is:
 i. SARAH5 GAYLORD, b. April 13, 1665; d. November 10, 1668.
 

Generation No. 5

8.  JONATHAN5 ROCKWELL (JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1658 in Stamford, Connecticut, and died 1731 in Ridgefield, Connecticut.  He married ABAGAIL CANFIELD 1703 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, daughter of SAMUEL CANFIELD and ELIZABETH MERWIN.  She was born Abt. 1682, and died June 11, 1710 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Children of JONATHAN ROCKWELL and ABAGAIL CANFIELD are:
11. i. ENSIGN JOHN6 ROCKWELL, b. April 01, 1706, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. July 04, 1773, Ridge bury, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
 ii. BENJAMIN ROCKWELL, b. July 06, 1704.
 iii. DAVID ROCKWELL, b. October 08, 1708, Norwalk, Connecticut.
 iv. JONATHAN ROCKWELL, b. March 31, 1711.
 

9.  SARAH5 ROCKWELL (JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born Abt. 1661.  She married JOHN CRAMPTON October 08, 1676 in Norwalk, Connecticut. 

Children of SARAH ROCKWELL and JOHN CRAMPTON are:
 i. SARAH6 CRAMPTON, b. September 10, 1679.
 ii. ABIGAIL CRAMPTON, b. 1681.
 iii. JOHN CRAMPTON, b. January 01, 1681/82.
 

10.  THOMAS5 ROCKWELL (JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born Abt. 1667, and died June 15, 1712 in Ridgefield, Connecticut.  He married SARAH RESCO December 09, 1703, daughter of JOHN RESCO. 
Children of THOMAS ROCKWELL and SARAH RESCO are:
 i. SARAH6 ROCKWELL, b. October 21, 1704.
 ii. THOMAS ROCKWELL, b. December 13, 1708.
 iii. JOHN ROCKWELL, b. Abt. January 09, 1708/09.
Notes for JOHN ROCKWELL:
John Rockwell married Abigail Belden, daughter of William Belden, of Norwalk, August 17, 1733.
John Rockwell, born Sept. 3, 1734.
Thomas Rockwell, born August 27, 1736.
The above named John Rockwell departed this life, on the Island of Statia on May 25, 1737.
Abigail Rockwell, widow and relict of said John Rockwell, departed this life May 7, 1739.
 iv. JABEZ ROCKWELL, b. March 18, 1711/12.
 

Generation No. 6

11.  ENSIGN JOHN6 ROCKWELL (JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born April 01, 1706 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, and died July 04, 1773 in Ridgebury, Fairfield County, Connecticut.  He married ELIZABETH KEELER September 03, 1731, daughter of JOSEPH KEELER and ELIZABETH WHITNEY.  She was born November 18, 1708.

     He married second at Ridgefield, Nov. 22 1769, Esther HOLLEBERT, and lived and died at Ridgebury, where his farm lay adjoining the colony line; he died July 4, 1773. She survived him, and after his death disposed of her dowery to his sons John and Elijah of Lanesborough, Mass., and David and Abraham ROCKWELL, both of Ridgebury, June 31, 1774.
     In speaking of Ensign John ROCKWELL, says he was born in Norwalk Oct. 8. 1708, and was the son of Jonathan and Abagail Canfield ROCKWELL, of Norwalk and Ridgefield, and grandson of John ROCKWELL, Jr., and great grandson of John Rockwell, Sr., one of the early settlers of Stamford.
Children of ENSIGN ROCKWELL and ELIZABETH KEELER are:
12. i. JR. JOHN7 ROCKWELL, b. May 12, 1734, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. September 06, 1825, Cornwall, Addison County, Vermont.
13. ii. ELIZABETH ROCKWELL, b. July 25, 1732, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. Aft. 1798.
 iii. DANIEL ROCKWELL, b. February 27, 1735/36, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. June 13, 1795, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; m. ABIGAIL SMITH, December 18, 1759; b. Abt. 1738.
 iv. MEHITABEL ROCKWELL, b. April 11, 1738, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; m. THOMAS NORTHROP, January 01, 1760, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Conn.; b. Abt. 1732.
14. v. RACHEL ROCKWELL, b. April 09, 1740, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. July 05, 1825, Miry Brook.
 vi. SILAS ROCKWELL, b. September 25, 1742, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. November 20, 1760, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn..
 vii. ELIJAH ROCKWELL, b. March 30, 1745, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. Aft. 1820; m. EUNICE GRAY, November 18, 1767, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Conn.; b. Abt. 1749; d. June 02, 1769.
 viii. SARAH ROCKWELL, b. July 24, 1747, Ridgebury, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. January 08, 1832, Ridgebury, Fairfield County, Connecticut; m. WILLIAM FORRESTER, December 08, 1768; b. Abt. 1745, Colerain, North Ireland; d. January 29, 1809, Ridgebury, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
 ix. ABRAHAM ROCKWELL, b. October 05, 1749, Ridge bury, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. August 07, 1818, Ridge bury, Fairfield County, Connecticut; m. ESTHER RIGGS, November 29, 1769, Ridgebury, Fairfield, Conn. by Samuel Camp, Pastor of the Congregational Church; b. November 1752, Ridgebury, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. May 07, 1816, Ridgebury, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
 x. ELEANOR ROCKWELL, b. July 13, 1752, Ridgebury, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. September 22, 1811, Ridgebury, Fairfield County, Connecticut; m. NEHEMIAH KEELER, June 01, 1772, Ridgebury, Fairfield, Conn.; b. July 24, 1753, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. October 28, 1838, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn..
 

Generation No. 7

12.  JR. JOHN7 ROCKWELL (ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born May 12, 1734 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut, and died September 06, 1825 in Cornwall, Addison County, Vermont.  He married (1) SALLY RICE.  She was born Abt. 1745 in Virginia.  He married (2) HANNAH SCOTT April 16, 1754 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Conn..  She was born October 03, 1731 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn., and died May 08, 1778 in Lanesborough, Bershire County, Mass..

Children of JOHN ROCKWELL and SALLY RICE are:
 i. ELEANOR8 ROCKWELL, b. June 18, 1780, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. December 22, 1822, Sandgate, Vermont.
 ii. LUCINDA ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1782; d. Cornwall, Addison County, VT..
 iii. EARL ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1784.

Notes for EARL ROCKWELL:
See p. 59 of Boughton's Rockwell Genealogy. History is unknown; is
supposed to have died in Jericho, VT, unmarried.
Children of JOHN ROCKWELL and HANNAH SCOTT are:
 iv. JOHN8 ROCKWELL III, b. April 07, 1755, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. September 02, 1825, Cornwall, Addison County, VT.; m. REBECCA IVES, July 22, 1777, Rutland, Vermont; b. Abt. 1757; d. October 01, 1837.
15. v. JEREMIAH ROCKWELL, b. July 19, 1756, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. August 28, 1852, Brandon, Franklin County, New York.
 vi. JAMES ROCKWELL, b. April 12, 1758, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. Abt. 1833, Cornwall,  Addison County, VT..
 vii. TIMOTHY ROCKWELL, b. December 20, 1760, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. 1825, Stanbridge, Quebec, Canada.
 viii. RACHEL ROCKWELL, b. 1762, Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn.; d. 1795, Caswell County, North Carolina.
16. ix. SAMUEL ROCKWELL, b. October 28, 1764, Ridgefield, Connecticut; d. July 24, 1849, Canton, Pennsylvania.
 x. HANNAH ROCKWELL, b. August 05, 1766, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. April 17, 1844, Canton, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
 xi. BETTY BETSEY ROCKWELL, b. October 14, 1768, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. October 14, 1848, Cornwall,  Addison County, VT..
 xii. SALLY ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1770, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass..
 xiii. REUBEN ROCKWELL, b. January 03, 1773, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. November 16, 1807, Jericho, Addison County, Vermont.
 xiv. MEHETABEL ROCKWELL, b. February 13, 1775; d. April 21, 1846, Stanbridge, Quebec, Canada.
 

13.  ELIZABETH7 ROCKWELL (ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born July 25, 1732 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn., and died Aft. 1798.  She married DANIEL WILDMAN October 28, 1762 in Danbury, Fairfield County, Conn..  He was born Abt. 1730.

Children of ELIZABETH ROCKWELL and DANIEL WILDMAN are:
 i. DANIEL8 WILDMAN, b. December 10, 1763, Danbury, Fairfield County, Conn.; d. Lebanon, Conn..
 ii. MARY WILDMAN, b. February 28, 1767, Danbury, Fairfield County, Conn..
 iii. NATHAN WILDMAN, b. October 25, 1769.
 iv. BETTY WILDMAN, b. September 19, 1795, Danbury, Fairfield County, Conn..
 

14.  RACHEL7 ROCKWELL (ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born April 09, 1740 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn., and died July 05, 1825 in Miry Brook.  She married (1) COMFORT WILDMAN July 12, 1764 in Danbury, Fairfield County, Conn..  He was born Abt. 1732, and died April 02, 1782 in Miry Brook.  She married (2) BENJAMIN KNAPP January 04, 1787.  He was born 1736.

Child of RACHEL ROCKWELL and COMFORT WILDMAN is:
 i. HIRAM8 WILDMAN, b. 1771; d. 1860.
 

Generation No. 8

15.  JEREMIAH8 ROCKWELL (JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born July 19, 1756 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County Conn., and died August 28, 1852 in Brandon, Franklin County, New York.  He married ANNA STEARNS 1778 in Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.. 

Children of JEREMIAH ROCKWELL and ANNA STEARNS are:
 i. SILAS9 ROCKWELL, b. September 02, 1779, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. July 10, 1818, Troy Township, Pennsylvania.
17. ii. JEREMIAH ROCKWELL, b. November 23, 1781, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. June 03, 1859, Berlin, Ohio.
 iii. ANNA ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1783, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. August 12, 1801, Cornwall,  Addison County, VT..
 iv. CHESTER ROCKWELL, b. November 10, 1785, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. April 30, 1870, Parishville, New York.
 v. DANIEL ROCKWELL, b. June 11, 1787, Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass.; d. October 28, 1847, Arlinton Heights, Cook County, Illinois.
 vi. NANCY ROCKWELL, b. August 08, 1790, Cornwall, Addison County, VT.; d. June 06, 1872, Hopkinton, New York.
 vii. HARVEY ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1792, Cornwall,  Addison County, VT..
 viii. CALVIN ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1793, Cornwall, Addison County, VT.; d. Abt. 1864, Parishville, New York.
 ix. CYNTHIA ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1794, Cornwall, Addison County, VT..

16.  SAMUEL8 ROCKWELL (JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born October 28, 1764 in Ridgefield, Connecticut, and died July 24, 1849 in Canton, Pennsylvania.  He married (1) HANNAH LASELLE 1785 in Lanes borough.  She was born 1767 in Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass., and died January 17, 1819 in Canton, Pennsylvania.  He married (2) WIDOW BOTHWELL 
Children of SAMUEL ROCKWELL and HANNAH LASALLE are:
18. i. JOHANNA9 ROCKWELL, b. January 03, 1787.
19. ii. ELIAS ROCKWELL, b. August 16, 1788, Vermont.
 iii. SAMUEL JAMES ROCKWELL, b. 1789.
20. iv. JOHN CALVIN ROCKWELL, b. Bet. 1790 - 1794, Cornwall, VT..
21. v. LUTHER MARTIN ROCKWELL, b. Bet. 1790 - 1794, Burlinton, VT.; d. 1856, Troy Township.
22. vi. LABAN ROCKWELL, b. 1799, VT.
 vii. JAMES ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1800.
23. viii. RUFUS M. ROCKWELL, b. June 02, 1801; d. December 21, 1873.
24. ix. MYRON ROCKWELL, b. September 20, 1804, Canton, Pennsylvania; d. June 22, 1885, Roseville, Pennsylvania.
 x. HIRAM ROCKWELL, b. 1806.
 

Generation No. 9

17.  JEREMIAH9 ROCKWELL (JEREMIAH8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born November 23, 1781 in Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass., and died June 03, 1859 in Berlin, Ohio.  He married (1) CATHARINE MCCOY.  She was born August 05, 1783.  He married (2) ANNA COBURN January 18, 1803 in Jericho, Addison County, Vermont.  She was born June 01, 1777 in Jericho, Addison County, Vermont.

Children of JEREMIAH ROCKWELL and ANNA COBURN are:
 i. ALEXANDER COBURN10 ROCKWELL, b. November 14, 1803.
 ii. PARRISH VILLARE ROCKWELL, b. July 30, 1806.
 

18.  JOHANNA9 ROCKWELL (SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born January 03, 1787.  She married ELI PARSONS.  He was born in Mass..
Children of JOHANNA ROCKWELL and ELI PARSONS are:
25. i. ALLEN S.10 PARSONS, b. 1810, Columbia Township.
 ii. ALMIRA PARSONS, m. LORENZO JONES.
 iii. OLIVE PARSONS, m. WILLIAM H. PIERCE.
 iv. MINERVA PARSONS, m. THOMAS J. STRAIT.
 v. CYNTHIA PARSONS, m. WILLIAM SHERMAN.
 

19.  ELIAS9 ROCKWELL (SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born August 16, 1788 in Vermont.  He married MARY.  She was born 1786 in New York.

Child of ELIAS ROCKWELL and MARY is:
26. i. WILLIAM H.10 ROCKWELL, b. 1814.
 

20.  JOHN CALVIN9 ROCKWELL (SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born Bet. 1790 - 1794 in Cornwall, VT..  He married HARRIET ANDRUS. 

Children of JOHN ROCKWELL and HARRIET ANDRUS are:
27. i. SAMUEL A.10 ROCKWELL, b. August 22, 1825, Troy Borough,.
 ii. SYLVIA ROCKWELL, m. ORATOR HOLCOMB.
 iii. EMILY ROCKWELL, m. JOHN P. BUSH.
 iv. JAMES B. ROCKWELL.
 v. ELIZA B. ROCKWELL, m. HIRAM STONE.
 

21.  LUTHER MARTIN9 ROCKWELL (SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born Bet. 1790 - 1794 in Burlington, VT. and died 1856 in Troy Township.  He married JOHANNA MARVIN, daughter of JESSE MARVIN. 

Children of LUTHER ROCKWELL and JOHANNA MARVIN are:
28. i. ALVORD P10 ROCKWELL, b. October 24, 1821; d. June 12, 1910.
29. ii. HIRAM ROCKWELL, b. December 13, 1831, Troy Township.
 iii. DELOS ROCKWELL, b. August 28, 1837; m. ELIZA B. SMITH, June 1864.
30. iv. BINGHAM L. ROCKWELL, b. 1817.
 v. JESSE M. ROCKWELL, d. 1889.
 vi. MARTIN L. ROCKWELL.
 vii. ELVIRA ROCKWELL, m. D. W. C. HERRICK.
 viii. J. CALVIN ROCKWELL.
 ix. ORLANDO W. ROCKWELL.
 x. AZOR S. ROCKWELL.
 

22.  LABAN9 ROCKWELL (SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1799 in VT.  He married NANCY.  She was born 1810 in New York.

Children of LABAN ROCKWELL and NANCY are:
 i. PHILANDER10 ROCKWELL, b. 1823.
 ii. CLARINDA ROCKWELL, b. 1826.
 iii. MARY ROCKWELL, b. 1837.
 iv. SARAH ROCKWELL, b. 1839.
 v. NANCY ROCKWELL, b. 1843.
 vi. REBECCA ROCKWELL, b. 1845.
 vii. ALETTY ROCKWELL, b. 1847.
 viii. ALMIRA ROCKWELL, b. 1849.
 

23.  RUFUS M.9 ROCKWELL (SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born June 02, 1801, and died December 21, 1873.  He married MARY A. ALVORD September 26, 1822 in Troy, Pennsylvania by Rev. Benjamin Oriatt.  She was born September 10, 1802, and died August 02, 1860 in Troy, Pennsylvania.
 

Children of RUFUS ROCKWELL and MARY ALVORD are:
 i. SAMUEL ALVORD10 ROCKWELL, b. February 15, 1825; d. February 18, 1825.
 ii. ELIJAH A. ROCKWELL, b. April 04, 1826; d. November 15, 1877, Sacramento, California.
 iii. DR. R. CLARENCE ROCKWELL, b. November 03, 1828; d. August 07, 1869, Troy, Pennsylvania; m. WREXVILLE E. LONG, December 22, 1857, Tioga Pennsylvania by Rev. Mills.
31. iv. MARY R. ROCKWELL, b. March 28, 1830; d. April 26, 1905.
 v. M.D. JOHN E. ROCKWELL, b. June 05, 1831; m. MARCIA A. BLISS, March 26, 1874, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
 vi. EDWARD C. ROCKWELL, b. August 18, 1833; m. MARY A. BUCKHOUT, March 15, 1855, Tioga Pennsylvania by Rev. W. H. Knapp.
 vii. S. NORTON ROCKWELL, b. January 04, 1835; m. MARY E. WELLS, April 24, 1856, Troy, Pennsylvania by Rev. T. Mitchell.
 viii. JOHN ELIAS ROCKWELL, b. March 01, 1837; d. August 05, 1876, Troy, Pennsylvania.
 ix. LYDIA L. ROCKWELL, b. October 02, 1838; m. S. H. HAZELTON, December 22, 1859, Lansing, Iowa by Rev. F. H. Miller.
 x. L. CALPHURNIA ROCKWELL, b. June 27, 1840; m. C. W. THOMAS, March 01, 1859, Tioga Pennsylvania by Rev. Mitchell.
32. xi. L. HILA A. R. ROCKWELL, b. May 12, 1842, Troy, Pennsylvania.
 xii. GLYCON ALLEN ROCKWELL, b. March 12, 1844; m. EMMA ALBERTS, Lansing, Iowa.
 xiii. EMMA AUGUSTA ROCKWELL, b. June 03, 1846; m. E. D. PURDY, April 07, 1868, Tioga Pennsylvania by Rev. T. Mitchell.
 

24.  MYRON9 ROCKWELL (SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born September 20, 1804 in Canton, Pennsylvania, and died June 22, 1885 in Roseville, Pennsylvania.  He married MARY ANN LILLEBRIDGE, daughter of WARREN LILLEBRIDGE.  She was born 1809 in Rhode Island, and died in Roseville, Pennsylvania.
Children of MYRON ROCKWELL and MARY LILLEBRIDGE are:
 i. NANCY J.10 ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1830; m. JOEL WEBSTER.
33. ii. MYRON A. ROCKWELL, b. April 14, 1829; d. August 03, 1893.
 iii. WARREN A. ROCKWELL, b. 1832.
34. iv. HORACE W. ROCKWELL, b. April 30, 1834, Troy Borough,; d. December 16, 1901.
35. v. MARY E. ROCKWELL, b. 1836, Roseville, Pennsylvania; d. 1911, Galeton, Pennsylvania.
 vi. EMMA P. ROCKWELL, b. 1839; m. FRANK L. MILLER.
 vii. OSCAR H. ROCKWELL, b. November 23, 1844.
 viii. ELLA E. ROCKWELL, b. August 22, 1853, Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; d. November 25, 1926, Florida; m. MARK JAMES LEFLER; b. June 09, 1849, Daggett, Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; d. January 25, 1916, Mansfield Borough, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.

Notes for MARK JAMES LEFLER:
Name was also noted as Marchael Llefler.
 

Generation No. 10

25.  ALLEN S.10 PARSONS (JOHANNA9 ROCKWELL, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1810 in Columbia Township.  He married (1) ELIZA HARKNESS.    He married (2) MANDANA TAYLOR. 

Children of ALLEN PARSONS and ELIZA HARKNESS are:
 i. ELI C.11 PARSONS.
36. ii. WILLIAM A. PARSONS.
 iii. EMMA PARSONS, m. ISAAC FOGLE.
 iv. NEWTON PARSONS.
 

Children of ALLEN PARSONS and MANDANA TAYLOR are:
 v. MARY11 PARSONS, m. JOHN A. PATTERSON.
 vi. MAHLON PARSONS.
 

26.  WILLIAM H.10 ROCKWELL (ELIAS9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1814.  He married SARAH.  She was born 1815.

Children of WILLIAM ROCKWELL and SARAH are:
 i. MARTHA11 ROCKWELL, b. 1840.
 ii. MARY ROCKWELL, b. 1844.
 

27.  SAMUEL A.10 ROCKWELL (JOHN CALVIN9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born August 22, 1825 in Troy Borough,.  He married HANNAH BAILEY October 11, 1849, daughter of ELI HOLCOMB and HARRIET HOLCOMB.  She was born in LeRoy Township.
Children of SAMUEL ROCKWELL and HANNAH BAILEY are:
 i. LAVINIA11 ROCKWELL, m. T.H. BAILEY.
 ii. ELLA E. ROCKWELL, m. FRANKLIN SAXTON.
 iii. E. ADELLE ROCKWELL, m. ISAAC BLISH.
 iv. J.C. ROCKWELL, m. JOSIE MORSE; b. LeRoy Township, PA.
 v. PHOEBE ROCKWELL, m. FRANK WILSON.
 

28.  ALVORD P10 ROCKWELL (LUTHER MARTIN9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born October 24, 1821, and died June 12, 1910.  He married AACHSA HARRISON.  She died February 17, 1859.

Child of ALVORD ROCKWELL and AACHSA HARRISON is:
37. i. WILLIS N.11 ROCKWELL, b. April 13, 1853.
 

29.  HIRAM10 ROCKWELL (LUTHER MARTIN9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born December 13, 1831 in Troy Township.  He married (1) JULIET MCKEAN, daughter of JEHEL MCKEAN and MARYETTE NORMAN.  She was born in Burlington Township,.  He married (2) MARY MCKEAN. 

Child of HIRAM ROCKWELL and JULIET MCKEAN is:
38. i. METTA11 ROCKWELL.
 

30.  BINGHAM L.10 ROCKWELL (LUTHER MARTIN9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1817.  He married ABBY.  She was born 1821.
Children of BINGHAM ROCKWELL and ABBY are:
 i. JOSEPH11 ROCKWELL, b. 1843.
 ii. BURTON ROCKWELL, b. 1847.
 

31.  MARY R.10 ROCKWELL (RUFUS M.9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born March 28, 1830, and died April 26, 1905.  She married HIRAM H. WILSON October 29, 1850 in Troy, Pennsylvania by Rev. W. H. H. Dwyre, son of JAMES WILSON and ELISABETH PREDMORE.  He was born June 14, 1826, and died March 25, 1910.

Children of MARY ROCKWELL and HIRAM WILSON are:
 i. FLORENCE VIRGINIA11 WILSON, b. December 20, 1851; m. CHARLES BILLINGS, September 04, 1872, Austinville, Pennsylvania.
 ii. MARY E. WILSON, b. January 19, 1857.
 iii. R. ROCKWELL WILSON, b. October 26, 1858; d. April 07, 1860, Lansing, Iowa.
 iv. RUFUS R. WILSON, b. March 15, 1865.
 

32.  L. HILA A. R.10 ROCKWELL (RUFUS M.9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born May 12, 1842 in Troy, Pennsylvania.  She married S. H. STANTON August 1862 in Tioga Pennsylvania by Rev. Myron Rockwell.  He was born August 07, 1835 in Owego, New York.

Children of L. ROCKWELL and S. STANTON are:
39. i. NORTON R.11 STANTON, b. August 08, 1862, Burlington, Pennsylvania; d. October 21, 1916.
40. ii. EDWARD L. STANTON, b. October 05, 1865, Burlington, Pennsylvania; d. June 01, 1925.
41. iii. CHARLES E. STANTON, b. March 25, 1868, Burlington, Pennsylvania; d. May 29, 1930.
 iv. LURENA STANTON, b. June 25, 1873, Burlington, Pennsylvania; d. June 27, 1873, Burlington, Pennsylvania.
 

33.  MYRON A.10 ROCKWELL (MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born April 14, 1829, and died August 03, 1893.  He married ISABELL.  She was born March 30, 1843, and died March 22, 1925.

Child of MYRON ROCKWELL and ISABELL is:
 i. JOHN11 ROCKWELL.
 

34.  HORACE W.10 ROCKWELL (MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1)1 was born April 30, 1834 in Troy Borough,, and died December 16, 1901.  He married HATTIE EMILY HINMAN 1865, daughter of J.B.M. HINMAN and FRANCIS DUDLEY. 

Children of HORACE ROCKWELL and HATTIE HINMAN are:
 i. FRANCIS L.11 ROCKWELL, m. COLY J. BEACH.
 ii. MARY E. ROCKWELL.
 iii. HARRY H. ROCKWELL.
 iv. VERNE L. ROCKWELL.
 v. INEZ M. ROCKWELL.
 

35.  MARY E.10 ROCKWELL (MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1836 in Roseville, Pennsylvania, and died 1911 in Galeton, Pennsylvania.  She married IRA BEMENT January 01, 1868 in Jackson, Tioga Pennsylvania, son of JAMES BEMENT and PHILANIA TANNER.  He was born May 06, 1830 in Hector, Tompkins County, N.Y., and died November 18, 1917 in Galeton, Potter County, PA.
Children of MARY ROCKWELL and IRA BEMENT are:
42. i. ADRIEL JAMES11 BEMENT, b. July 04, 1869, Millerton, Tioga County PA; d. 1930, Painted Post, Steuben County.
43. ii. MARY EDITH BEMENT, b. 1875, Roseville, Pennsylvania; d. 1949, Painted Post, New York.
 

Generation No. 11

36.  WILLIAM A.11 PARSONS (ALLEN S.10, JOHANNA9 ROCKWELL, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1)  He married HARRIETT WHALEY. 

Children of WILLIAM PARSONS and HARRIETT WHALEY are:
 i. JESSE12 PARSONS, b. September 11, 1861.
 ii. FRED PARSONS.
 iii. FRANK PARSONS.
 iv. NEWTON PARSONS.
 v. GRACE PARSONS, m. EVERT ANDREWS.
 

37.  WILLIS N.11 ROCKWELL (ALVORD P10, LUTHER MARTIN9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born April 13, 1853.  He married EMMA J. PHILLIPS, daughter of JOHN PHILLIPS and SARAH PETSCH.  She was born February 27, 1852 in Charleston, South Carolina.
Children of WILLIS ROCKWELL and EMMA PHILLIPS are:
 i. ACHSA12 ROCKWELL, b. February 28, 1883.
 ii. JENNIE ROCKWELL, b. November 19, 1887.
 

38.  METTA11 ROCKWELL (HIRAM10, LUTHER MARTIN9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) She married SAMUEL BENNETT. 

Child of METTA ROCKWELL and SAMUEL BENNETT is:
 i. HIRA12 BENNETT.
 

39.  NORTON R.11 STANTON (L. HILA A. R.10 ROCKWELL, RUFUS M.9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born August 08, 1862 in Burlington, Pennsylvania, and died October 21, 1916.  He married JENNIE ROCKWELL September 30, 1884. 

Children of NORTON STANTON and JENNIE ROCKWELL are:
 i. WALTER H.12 STANTON, b. October 10, 1886.
 ii. HENRIETTA HILA STANTON, b. March 29, 1889.
 iii. ELIZA L. STANTON, b. January 20, 1896.
 

40.  EDWARD L.11 STANTON (L. HILA A. R.10 ROCKWELL, RUFUS M.9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born October 05, 1865 in Burlington, Pennsylvania, and died June 01, 1925.  He married LUCRETIA LEWIS February 16, 1886. 

Children of EDWARD STANTON and LUCRETIA LEWIS are:
 i. EDITH L.12 STANTON, b. November 16, 1886.
 ii. MARY R. STANTON, b. January 01, 1891.
 iii. EDWARD C. STANTON, b. September 07, 1894.
 iv. HARRY STANTON, b. May 30, 1902.
 v. JOSEPH A. STANTON, b. June 22, 1904.
 

41.  CHARLES E.11 STANTON (L. HILA A. R.10 ROCKWELL, RUFUS M.9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born March 25, 1868 in Burlington, Pennsylvania, and died May 29, 1930.  He married BLANCHE ROCKWELL December 03, 1892. 

Children of CHARLES STANTON and BLANCHE ROCKWELL are:
 i. SIMON EUGENE12 STANTON, b. May 14, 1895.
 ii. ELLA STANTON, b. February 08, 1897.
 iii. CHARLES E. STANTON, b. April 24, 1900.
 iv. EDITH MARIE STANTON, b. August 29, 1903.
 v. EDMUND S. STANTON, b. September 24, 1904.
 

42.  ADRIEL JAMES11 BEMENT (MARY E.10 ROCKWELL, MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born July 04, 1869 in Millerton, Tioga County PA, and died 1930 in Painted Post, Steuben County.  He married ELIZABETH H. CARPENTER April 1888, daughter of ALBERT CARPENTER and HARRIET DEMONSTROY.  She was born 1871, and died 1939 in Painted Post, Steuben County.

Notes for ELIZABETH H. CARPENTER:
Elizabeth was known as Lizze.

Child of ADRIEL BEMENT and ELIZABETH CARPENTER is:
44. i. HARRY ALBERT12 BEMENT, b. 1893; d. 1949.
 

43.  MARY EDITH11 BEMENT (MARY E.10 ROCKWELL, MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1875 in Roseville, Pennsylvania, and died 1949 in Painted Post, New York.  She married FRANK LEMUEL SHORT 1895 in Steuben County, New York, son of LORENTUS SHORT and LUCY BATES.  He was born 1864, and died 1928 in Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York.

Children of MARY BEMENT and FRANK SHORT are:
45. i. CHARLOTTE EMMA12 SHORT, b. July 10, 1896, East Campbell, Steuben County, New York; d. 1975, Elmira, New York.
46. ii. FRANCIS IRA SHORT, b. May 14, 1900; d. 1972, Corning, New York.
47. iii. HAROLD WINFRED SHORT, b. 1905; d. 1961.
 iv. CHARLES RAYMOND SHORT, b. October 10, 1907, Galeton, Pennsylvania; d. April 06, 1989, Bath, New York.

48. v. Living -Private.
 

Generation No. 12

44.  HARRY ALBERT12 BEMENT (ADRIEL JAMES11, MARY E.10 ROCKWELL, MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1893, and died 1949.  He married FANNIE A. ANTHONY 1919. She was born August 30, 1898, and died January 1979 in Painted Post, Steuben County.

Child of HARRY BEMENT and FANNIE ANTHONY is:
 i. JAMES13 BEMENT, b. Painted Post, Steuben County.
 

45.  CHARLOTTE EMMA12 SHORT (MARY EDITH11 BEMENT, MARY E.10 ROCKWELL, MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born July 10, 1896 in East Campbell, Steuben County, New York, and died 1975 in Elmira, New York.  She married EDWIN F. WOOD. 
Children of CHARLOTTE SHORT and EDWIN WOOD are:
 i. Living.
 ii. Living
46.  FRANCIS IRA12 SHORT (MARY EDITH11 BEMENT, MARY E.10 ROCKWELL, MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born May 14, 1900, and died 1972 in Corning, New York.  He married ELLA LOUISE STRAIT.  She was born 1914, and died 1960.
Spouse: Strait, Ella Louise (1914 - 1960) 
Children of FRANCIS SHORT and ELLA STRAIT are:
i. Living
ii. Living
iii. Living
iv. Living

47.  HAROLD WINFRED12 SHORT (MARY EDITH11 BEMENT, MARY E.10 ROCKWELL, MYRON9, SAMUEL8, JOHN7, ENSIGN JOHN6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM II1) was born 1905, and died 1961.  He married WINIFRED SPEARS June 15, 1935. 

Children of HAROLD SHORT and WINIFRED SPEARS are:
i. Living 
ii. Living
iii. Living 
 

48.  Living
 Generations numbered 13, 14, and 15 are living and the information is private

If anyone can add to the information gathered please have them contact me at : lshort@stny.rr.com Thank you
 


Descendants of Short

Generation No. 1

 1.  Short1

Children of Short are:
+ 2 i. Henry2 Short, born 1601 in England; died May 05, 1673 in Newberry, Essex, Mass..
 3 ii. Anthony Short, born 1605.
 4 iii. Elizabeth Short, born 1606.
 

Generation No. 2

 2.  Henry2 Short (Short1) was born 1601 in England, and died May 05, 1673 in Newberry, Essex, Mass..  He married Sarah Glover October 09, 1648.

More About Henry Short and Sarah Glover:
Marriage: October 09, 1648

Child of Henry Short and Sarah Glover is:
+ 5 i. Henry3 Short, born August 15, 1651 in "Newbury,countie of essex,province of ye Masachuwets,Newingland"; died October 25, 1706 in "Newbury,countie of essex,province of ye Masachuwets,Newingland".
 

Generation No. 3

 5.  Henry3 Short (Henry2, Short1) was born August 15, 1651 in "Newbury,countie of Essex,province of ye Masachuwets,Newingland", and died October 25, 1706 in "Newbury,countie of Essex,province of ye Masachuwets,Newingland".  He married Anne Sewell Longfellow. 

More About Henry Short:
Burial: 1706

Children of Henry Short and Anne Longfellow are:
+ 6 i. Samuel4 Short, died 1759 in Gloucester R. I. Providence Co..
 7 ii. Henry Short.
 8 iii. John Short.
 9 iv. Annah Short.
 10 v. Mathew Short.
 11 vi. Jane Short.
 12 vii. Mehitebell Short.
 13 viii. Joseph Short.
 

Generation No. 4

 6.  Samuel4 Short (Henry3, Henry2, Short1) died 1759 in Glocester R. I. Providence Co..

Children of Samuel Short are:
+ 14 i. John5 Short, born 1720 in Gloucester Providence, RI.
 15 ii. Samuel Short.
 

Generation No. 5

 14.  John5 Short (Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1720 in Gloucester Providence, RI.  He married (1) Zerviah Utter September 27, 1748 in Congregational Church, Thompson CT, daughter of Samuel Utter and Johannah Preston.  She was born July 06, 1729 in Killingly CT, Windham Co., and died 1762.  He married (2) Hannah Curtis January 15, 1763 in Richard Smith , Justice.  She died October 15, 1964 in Gloucester Providence, RI.  He married (3) Sarah Curtis October 18, 1764 in Gloucester R.I., by Jonathan Harris, Justice. 

More About John Short and Zerviah Utter:
Marriage: September 27, 1748, Congregational Church, Thompson CT

More About John Short and Hannah Curtis:
Marriage: January 15, 1763, Richard Smith , Justice

More About John Short and Sarah Curtis:
Marriage: October 18, 1764, Gloucester R.I., by Jonathan Harris, Justice

Children of John Short and Zerviah Utter are:
+ 16 i. John6 Short, born September 29, 1751 in Gloucester RI; died 1813 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
+ 17 ii. Asa Short, born February 20, 1754 in Gloucester Providence, RI; died 1824 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
 

Generation No. 6

 16.  John6 Short (John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born September 29, 1751 in Gloucester RI, and died 1813 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.  He married Unknown. 

Notes for John Short:

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Tioga County, PA, Wellsboro Courthouse No. 3 
Feb. 21st 1813 

Intestate John Short 

Administrators David Short and Newberry Cloos 

Be it Remembered that I have granted Letters of Administration to David Short and Newberry Cloos the son and son in law of the deceased John Short who were sworn to do the Duties of Administration according to the Conditions of the following Bond--- Know all then by these Presents that we David Short, Newberry Cloos, Stephen Cheney, and Israel Greenleaf of the County of Tioga in the State of Pennsylvania are held and firmly bound unto John Norris Register of the County of Tioga and to his Successor in Office in the sum of five hundred Dollars, current Money of Pennsylvania to be paid to the said John Norris or to his Successor for the use of the Commonwealth, to the which payment well and truly to be made and done, we and each of us jointly and separately to bind ourselves, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators firmly by the Presents sealed with our Seals and dated the twenty first day of Feb. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight Hundred and thirteen-- 

The Condition of the above Obligation is such that if the within bounden David Short and Newberry Cloos Administrators of all the Goods & Chattels Credits &cc of John Short deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all the goods, Chattels and Credits of the Deceased which have or shall come to the possession or knowledge of them the said David Short and Newberry Cloos, or into the Hands or possession of any other person or persons for them, and the same so made do exhibit or cause to be exhibited, into the Registers Office of the County of Tioga, on or before the twenty first day of March next ending the date hereof, and the same goods Chattels and Credits and all other goods Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of his Death which at any time afterwards shall come into the Hands or possession of the said David Short and Newberry Cloos or into the Hands or possession of any other Person or Persons for them, do well and truly administer according to Law, and further do make or cause to be made, a true and just account of their administration at or before the twenty first day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, and all the rest and residue of the said goods, Chattels and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account unto such Person or Persons respectively as the said Orphans Court by their decree or sentence pursuant to the true intent and meaning of the Acts of Assembly made and provided shall limit and appoint; and if it shall hereafter appear that any last will and Testament was made by the said deceased; and the Executor or Executors therein named do exhibit the same into the said Registers Office; making request to have it allowed and and approved accordingly, if the said David Short and Newberry Cloos, within bounden being thereunto required to render and deliver the said Letters of Administration (approbation of such Testament being first had and made) into the said Registers Office then this Obligation to be void and of none effect an or else to remain in full force and virtue. --Sealed and delivered in presence of David Short [seal] Newberry Cloos [seal] 

March 10th 1813 Appraisement filed Ap’l 2st 1813 vendue etc & filed J. Norris, Reg’r 
 

The following was taken from the war of 1812 -History of Steuben County 
 It is popularly told, that on this day Ensign Kennedy was engaged in personal combat with a British officer, and being unacquainted with the polite learning of his newly adopted profession, was speedily disarmed; that he immediately closed with his confounded antagonist, knocked him down with his fist, and made him prisoner. The hero of the story, however, is said to have denied it. He was present at other engagements, and gained the reputation of a cool and resolute officer. At the sortie of Fort Erie he served with distinction. It was here that, under a close and heavy fire, he paced to and fro by the heads of his men, who had been ordered to lie flat on the ground to avoid the balls--not for a vain exposure of his person, but “being an officer,” he thought “it wouldn’t do.” In the second year of the war two companies were drafted from the Steuben County militia, and sent to the Niagara frontier, under the command of Captain James Read, of Urbana, and Jonathan Rowley, of Dansville, faithful and reliable officers. Captain Read refused to go as a drafted officer, but reported himself to General of the division, at the commencement of the war, as ready to march at the head of a company, as a volunteer, whenever he should be called upon. Both the companies were principally levied from the Northern part of the county. Of Capt. Rowley’s company, John Short and John E. Mulholland were lieutenants, and George Knouse and Timothy Goodrich, ensigns. Of Capt. Read’s company, George Teeples and Anthony Swarthout were lieutenants, and Jabez Hopkins and O. Cook, ensigns. From muster to discharge these companies served about four months. All of the officers and most of the men volunteered to cross the boundaries of the republic, and were stationed at Fort George. 

We have not succeeded in learning anything about the draft for the last year of the war, if any was made, not concerning the militia of this county who were engaged at Fort Erie. 
 
 

More About John Short:
Burial: 1813, Tioga County, Pennsylvania

Children of John Short and Unknown are:
+ 18 i. Reuben7 Short, born 1781.
+ 19 ii. David Short, born December 12, 1773; died November 25, 1842 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
 20 iii. Esther Short, born July 24, 1776; died May 07, 1829 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.  She married Newbury Cloos; born August 27, 1773; died May 07, 1853 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.

More About Esther Short:
Burial: 1829, Carpenter Cem. Academy Corners

More About Newbury Cloos:
Burial: 1853, Carpenter Cem. Academy Corners

 21 iv. Abel Short.
 

 17.  Asa6 Short (John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born February 20, 1754 in Gloucester Providence, RI, and died 1824 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.  He married Olive Burrell September 05, 1776 in New London, Conn..  She was born in Dudley Mass., and died April 15, 1841.

More About Asa Short:
Burial: 1824, Short Family Cemetery - Shortsville, Pennsylvania

More About Olive Burrell:
Burial: 1841, Short Family Cemetery - Shortsville, Pennsylvania

More About Asa Short and Olive Burrell:
Marriage: September 05, 1776, New London, Conn.

Children of Asa Short and Olive Burrell are:
 22 i. Samuel7 Short.
 23 ii. Olive Short.
 24 iii. Basheba Short.
 25 iv. Anna Short.
 26 v. Asa Short.
 27 vi. John Short, born July 07, 1790.
 28 vii. Mercy Short.
 29 viii. Lovell Short.
 30 ix. Benoni Short.
 

Generation No. 7

 18.  Reuben7 Short (John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1781.  He married Sylvia Carpenter, daughter of Charles Carpenter and Lucy Darling.  She was born January 21, 1790 in Vermont, and died July 04, 1856.

Notes for Reuben Short:
     David Short, a preacher, with his father and brothers; Reuben and Abel, came from Rhode Island to Cooperstown, New York,   thence to Wappusening, in Windham, about 1807, and located where the widow Doan now resides.  They did not remain, moving to Tioga County before 1810. From: HISTORY OF BRADFORD COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. By Bradford Argus, Oct. 12, 1871
     Deerfield township was formed from Delmar, in 1814, with an area originally of about 150 square miles.  It's territory has undergone many changes. Out of it was formed the townships of: Westfield, Brookfield (1821), Chatham (1828), Knoxville borough (1851), Clymer (1851) and part of Osceola (1878).  When Deerfield township was set off from Delmar in 1814, it was reported that there were 63 taxable inhabitants.  The first settlers who came to stay were William Knox sen. and Ebenezer Seelye from Massachusetts and Connecticut respectively.  They had temporarily resided in Painted Post, N.Y. for some years.  By 1799, these families had settled in Deerfield.  The next pioneer families began settling in 1803 (John Howland), and in 1807 it is recorded that John Short, Reuben Short, and David Short acquired land and settled in the Deerfield area- at that time a part of  Delmar.  The first recorded record found listing Reuben is the Tax tables of Delmar dated 1812.  The Tax table shows Reuben as owning 2 horses and 2 cows with a total value of $ 60.00.  There is no record of acres owned.  The Tax table also noted David Short; owning 73 acres, 2 horses and 1 cow for a total of $133.00.  John Short is listed as owning 60 acres, 1 horse and 1 cow for a value of $ 95.00. Benoni Short owned 100 acres and 1 cow valued at 112 dollars. Asa Short owned 100 acres and 2 cows for a value of 122.50 dollars.

WINDHAM TOWNSHIP By H. C. Bradsby [1891]

Windham township was formed in 1813.  It is bounded on the north by Tioga county, New York, on the east by the township of Warren, on the south by Orwell and Rome, and west by Litchfield.  The principal streams in the township are the Wysox creek, which flows in a southwest direction and discharges its waters in the Susquehanna river, at Wysox, in Bradford county, and the Wappasenning, which flows in a northwest direction and discharges its waters in the east branch of the Susquehanna, in Tioga county, New York.  The surface of the township is broken and uneven, but generally well adapted to grazing and the dairy.  Some very fine farms are to be found in the township.  There are four postoffices in the township, and several small villages. 

The early settlers were:  Philo Brainard, Darius Brainard, Jeptha Brainard, Henry Brainard, Jeptha Brainard, Jr., Daniel Doane, Seth Doane, Joseph Doane, Stephen Smith, Joseph Webster, Gerald Smith, Rensselaer Moon, Jonah Fox, Thomas Fox, Russell Fox, Rev. David Short, Reuben Short, Lyman Winchester, Nathan Spalding, Augustus Hughling, Jonathan Pease, Edmund Russell, Parley Johnson, Amos Verbeck, Benjamin Shoemaker, Caleb Wright, James Mapes. 

Daniel Doan moved into Windham in the fall of 1800. He lived in Windham Centre. His son, Seth, narrates that Thomas and John Fox were the only men there when his father came, they having come the preceding spring. The children of Daniel were Seth, Daniel, Jr., Joseph, Nathan, Reuben, Charles, Sally and Phoebe. Daniel Doan, Jr., married Sylvia, daughter of James Bostwick, of New York. Joseph Doan lived about three-fourths of a mile from the Centre, on the place now occupied by his youngest son, Joseph. He lived and died there. 

Among the earliest settlers was Stephen Smith, who came about 1805, and settled where the widow Doan lives; he remained until 1817, when he sold to Joseph Webster. he was an old man, bad been a captain in the Revolutionary War, and was the first settler on the place. 

Gerard Smith, brother of Rensselaer and grandson of Capt. Stephen Smith, came in 1805 and settled on the Webster place, purchasing of Rensselaer Moon. He built two sawmills on the Wappasening, at Madden's, the first in the township. There was also a gristmill at the same location, contemporaneous with the mills above mentioned. Gerard Smith sold to Joseph Webster. Rensselaer Smith, born in 1801, came in 1812. The Foxes, from Connecticut, had preceded him, and were among the first settlers. Jonah Fox lived at the Johnsons' location, and his son, Thomas, Lived where Jacob Reed formerly kept tavern. Russell, another son, lived nearly opposite his father's place. The sons of Thomas Fox were Harry, Silas and George. They lived near the State line. David Short, a preacher, with his father and brothers, Reuben and Abel, came about I807, and located where the widow Doan resided. 

Other early settlers were Lyman Winchester, who lived a little above Brainerd's, and was a great hunter; Nathan Spalding, from Rhode Island, who sold his possession to Daniel Doan, Sr., and moved into Warren ; Augustus Hulon, who lived where the creek crosses the road below Windham Centre. and who was connected with- and always followed Capt. Smith in his migrations; and Jonathan Pease, who took out a patent for a large tract of land, in behalf of the, settlers, and then deeded OLT their respective lots to them. He died August 2, 1836, aged sixty-nine years. His wife died March 16, 1845, in her eightieth year. 

Joseph Webster, in 1813, came from Connecticut and Settled on the place occupied by George Smith, purchasing of Capt. Smith, Gerard Smith and Augustus Hulon. he died in 1830. At the time of his coming Edmund Russell was justice of the peace ; Mr. Webster succeeded him, and continued in office until his death. Edmund Russell and Parley Johnson (brothers-in-law of Mr. Webster), settled in Windham a year or two before him. and gave such a flattering description of the county as to induce Mr. Webster to locate there. "His business was largely lumbering. Nathan Doan married his widow, who still survives. 

Painted Post Census for 1810 does show a Reuben Short age 16-26, Wife, and a female child from 0-10 Page  417. 

More About Reuben Short:
Residence: 1807, Rhode Island

Notes for Sylvia Carpenter:
  The 1830 Census shows a Parnell Robinson married with 4 males ( 1 - 5 to 10 yrs, 1- 10 to 15 yrs, 1-15 to 20 years and 1- 45 to 50)
                                    5 females( 2 under age 5, 1- 5 to 10 yrs, 1- 15 to 20 and 1-45 to 50 years).

More About Sylvia Carpenter:
Burial: Carpenter Cem. Academy Corners, Deerfield, Pennsylvania

Children of Reuben Short and Sylvia Carpenter are:
 31 i. Almira8 Short.
 32 ii. Lovina Short.
 33 iii. Reuben Short, born 1807.
 34 iv. Lucinda Short, born 1811.  She married Blackburn.
+ 35 v. Lorana Short, born June 25, 1813 in Kentucky; died August 15, 1880 in Far West, Weber, Utah.
+ 36 vi. Lorentus Short, born Abt. 1814 in Census records state: Ohio, Virgina, Kentucky; died September 22, 1892 in Steuben County, Corning, New York.
 

 19.  David7 Short (John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born December 12, 1773, and died November 25, 1842 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.  He married Sarah "Sally" Smith.  She was born May 24, 1780 in New York, and died December 21, 1851 in The home of Caleb and Dolly.

Notes for David Short:
From: The History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania:

  Rev. David Short settled in Deerfield in 1806, and preached the gospel in dwelling houses, barns and school-houses as long as he lived.  He was a Baptist in belief.  He came from Rhode Island. He preached all the funeral seeeermons in the township for many years.

Hunting Stories:

 Rev. David Short settled in 1806 upon a farm now owned by the heirs of Ar Hoyt Bacon, and lived there until 1813.  His home was upon the bank of the river [Cowanesque] and his pig pen near the door.  One morning just at the break of day he heard his pig making a furious outcry.  He went out and found a bear trying to carry it away.  He seized his rife and shot the bear from his door.

Cemeteries:

 "The rude forefathers of the hamlet" are buried in the cemetery located at Loren Carpenters' farm, about a half mile east of Academy Corners.  It is at present in an overgrown and neglected condition.  The earliest known interment at this place is said to be the body of a man belonging to a surveying party.  Found in this cemetery are the graves of David and his wife Sally.  David died November 25th, 1851 at the age of 71 years, 11 months and 13 days.  His wife Sally died December 21st, 1851 at the age of 71 years, 6 months and 28 days.

Tioga Eagle Newspaper 1842-1844: 

 April 19, 1843:  Notice is hereby given that letters of testimony have been granted to Sally Short & Caleb Short, Exec. of the Estate of David Short dec'd in Deerfield.
 
 
 
 
 

Will of David Short - 1842
 

This is a transcription of the "Will and Testament of David Short" of Deerfield (now Chatham)  Township, Tioga County, PA Helen Heyart 

No. 93 Register Office Dec’r 20th 1842 ( Tioga Co., PA, Wellsboro Courthouse) Pg 153 
Last Will & Testament of David Short 

Sally Short Executrix 

Caleb Short & Allen Fraser Jr Executors 

The last Will and testament of David Short 

of Deerfield Township in Tioga County and State of Pennsylvania. 

I David Short Considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of Sound mind and memory (blessed be Almighty God for the Same) do make and publish this my Last Will and testament in manner and form following Viz. I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Sally all my household furniture of whatsoever name or nature. I Will and bequeath unto the heirs of my eldest Son David Short deceased the Sum of Twenty-five dollars. I Will and bequeath unto my Daughter Sally Currin the Sum of fifteen dollars. I will and bequeath unto my son Reuben Short the Sum of seventy five dollars- I Will and bequeath unto my grandaughter Larany and Larany heirs of my daughter Jane each a good new dress- I further Will bequeath and devise unto my beloved wife Sally Short and my Son Caleb Short all that messuage or tenement or farm on which I reside situate lying and being in Deerfield Township and county aforesaid- together with all my free hold estate whatsoever to hold to them the Said Sally Short and the Said Caleb meaning that after the death of my wife Sally Short and my Son Caleb Short my free hold estate shall pass into the hands of the heirs of my said Son Caleb Short if he shall have heirs- Except a Strip or piece of land on each Side of the Several roads or Highways passing through the said farm ten Rods in width which I will and bequeath Solely and only to my wife Sally Short and my Son Caleb Short to be by them Sold and conveyed if they shall think proper or if need require in Village lots but in case my son Caleb Short Shall die without heirs then it is my Will and Meaning that my said Real Estate Should (Except always the said Strip or piece of Land on each Side of the Said Several roads or highways, ten perches wide) be equally divided among my other heirs- 

I further will and bequeath unto my Son Caleb Short all my horses cattle and farming utensils of whatsoever name or nature and all my personal property except my household furniture on condition that he pay my honest debts, and the several legacies of this Will to the Several Legatees aforesaid. And I hereby appoint my beloved Wife Sally Short to be executrix and my Son Caleb Short and Allen Fraser Jr. to be executors of this my last Will and testament hereby revoking all former Will by me made-

In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal the fifth day of March in the 

year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty- 

David Short [Seal] 

Pg 154 

Signed, Sealed, Published and declared by the above named David Short to be his last will and testament in the presence of us, who at his request and in his presence have Subscribed our names as Witnesses

thereunto. Allen Fraser Jr Eldridge Rathbone Allen Fraser 

Tioga County ss December 20th 1842 Before me Luman Wilson Register for the probate of Will & granting letters of administration in and for the County of Tioga personally came Eldridge Rathbone & Allen Fraser two of the Subscribing Witnesses to the within Will & being Sworn according to law, did depose and Say that they were present & saw and heard David Short the testator Sign Seal publish pronounce and declare the within instrument of writing as and for his testament and last Will and at the time of So doing he was of perfect and Sound mind memory and understanding to the best our knowledge observation & belief- Eldridge Rathbone Allen Fraser 

Sworn & Subscribed before)

me the day & year above ) 

Luman Wilson Register ) 

And now to wit- March 11th 1843 Letters testamentary were this day issued to Sally Short and Caleb Short. Executors named in the foregoing will, on the estate of David Short deceased. Allen Fraser Jr having declined his right as executor to administer upon the said estate- The said Sally Short & Caleb Short having taken the oath prescribed by law- Inventory Filed March 31st 1843 

Bradford County PA Chemung County NY Tioga County PA 

More About David Short:
Burial: 1842, Carpenter Cem. Academy Corners
Property: 1806, Deerfield Township-Delmar purchased land
Religion: 1806, Baptist Preacher, Deerfield Pennsylvania
Residence: 1812, Delmar Township Taxpayers

More About Sarah "Sally" Smith:
Burial: December 1851, Carpenter Cem. Academy Corners

Children of David Short and Sarah Smith are:
+ 37 i. Reuben Smith8 Short, born November 10, 1815 in Steuben County, Corning, New York; died June 14, 1878 in Far West, Weber, Utah.
+ 38 ii. David Short, died January 01, 1841.
+ 39 iii. Caleb Short, born 1818; died August 31, 1885.
 40 iv. Jane Short.
 41 v. Sally Short, born May 06, 1807; died November 02, 1890.  She married (1) Parker.  She married (2) Henry Curan; born March 10, 1807; died October 06, 1855.

Notes for Sally Short:
From the Notes in the Short Family File from Tioga County, New York : Sally had 10 children- names are not listed. 
 

Generation No. 8

 35.  Lorana8 Short (Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born June 25, 1813 in Kentucky, and died August 15, 1880 in Far West, Weber, Utah.  She married Reuben Smith Short October 1836 in Tioga Pennsylvania, son of David Short and Sarah Smith.  He was born November 10, 1815 in Steuben County, Corning, New York, and died June 14, 1878 in Far West, Weber, Utah.

More About Lorana Short:
Burial: Far West, Weber, Utah

More About Reuben Smith Short:
Burial: Weber, Utah

More About Reuben Short and Lorana Short:
Marriage: October 1836, Tioga Pennsylvania

Children of Lorana Short and Reuben Short are:
 42 i. Augustus9 Short, born March 15, 1839 in Knoxville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died April 10, 1911.  He married Evelyn Mathews July 14, 1883.

More About Augustus Short and Evelyn Mathews:
Marriage: July 14, 1883

 43 ii. Temple Short, born July 25, 1841 in Chatham, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died November 29, 1932 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah.  He married Margaret Fisher January 10, 1866 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah.

More About Temple Short and Margaret Fisher:
Marriage: January 10, 1866, North Ogden, Weber, Utah

 44 iii. Lucinda Short, born October 19, 1843 in Knoxville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died July 09, 1927.  She married Andrew Patrick.
 45 iv. Sylvia Short, born April 10, 1846 in Port Allegheny, McKean County, Pennsylvania; died January 10, 1874 in IL.  She married Usiah Harmon Morris.
 46 v. Lettia Celestia Short, born October 09, 1849 in Knoxville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died June 22, 1902.  She married William Harry Haven.
 47 vi. Celestia Short, born August 20, 1850 in Chatham, Port Allgheny, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died June 22, 1901.  She married William Harry Havens.
 48 vii. Oscar Fritzallen Short, born January 10, 1851 in Knoxville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died November 15, 1891 in Willow Creek, Bringham, Idaho.  He married (1) Harriet Louisa Strong.  He married (2) Louise Pall October 06, 1871.

More About Oscar Short and Louise Pall:
Marriage: October 06, 1871

 49 viii. Lorentus Short, born February 12, 1854 in Knoxville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died July 25, 1856 in Knoxville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
 50 ix. Mary Elizabeth Short, born September 25, 1857 in Port Allegheny, McKean County, Pennsylvania; died September 19, 1949.  She married George Washington Walker January 06, 1878.

More About George Walker and Mary Short:
Marriage: January 06, 1878

 51 x. Jesse Franklin Short, born October 21, 1860 in Port Allegheny, McKean County, Pennsylvania; died March 13, 1947 in St. George, Washington, Utah.  He married Agnes Eudora Davenport January 01, 1884 in Beaver Canyon, Clark, Idaho.

More About Jesse Short and Agnes Davenport:
Marriage: January 01, 1884, Beaver Canyon, Clark, Idaho
 

 36.  Lorentus8 Short (Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born Abt. 1814 in Census records state: Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, and died September 22, 1892 in Steuben County, Corning, New York.  He married Lucy E. Bates, daughter of Silas Bates and Rhoda Bacon.  She was born 1821, and died 1893.

Notes for Lorentus Short:
Lorentus Short was engaged in farming and the lumber business on Meads Creek Road. He and his wife, Lucy, had thirteen children. They are buried in the cemetery at Coopers Plain, Pennsylvania. (Source: Mrs. James M. Short, October 1997) 
spouse: Bates, Lucy E. (1823 - 1893) 

The following was found in the Campbell Directory dated 1891

Frank Short---r. 27 farmer (P.O. East Campbell)
Lorentas Short---r. 27 farmer (P.O. East Campbell)
 

More About Lorentus Short:
Census 1: 1892, Steuben County, Corning, New York
Census 2: 1850, Town of Dix, Chemung County (Source: Chemung County Census, Listed under the Town of Dix.)
Census 3: June 26, 1855, Town of Campbell (Source: Town of Campbell,  Steuben County Census`,                                                      Lorenus  Short,   Age 40  Occupation:  Farmer  Born - Ohio, Virginia in later years Lucy Bates Short     38                                             - Massachusetts,  Charles B. Short - 12 - Pennsylvania, Elizabeth A. – 10- Chemung Co. NY, Silas - 07                                            - Chemung Co. NY.)
Census 4: 1860, Steuben County, Corning, New York (Source: Steuben County Census, Page 5,    Lorentus  is age 50, Lucy E. is 43, Charles   is 22,  Elizabeth  is 20, Silas  is 17, Charlotte  is 09, Celestia M. is 05, Frank L. D.   is  09 Months.)
Census 5: 1865, Steuben County, Corning, New York
Census 6: 1875, Steuben County, Corning, New York
Property: 1891, Campbell Directory- Rte 27, P.O. East Campbell

More About Lucy E. Bates:
Burial: Coopers Plains Cemetery

Children of Lorentus Short and Lucy Bates are:
 52 i. Elmira9 Short, born 1842.  She married Fuller.

More About Elmira Short:
Residence: 1892, Williamsport, Pennsylvania (Source: Abstract of Wills and Administration for Lorentus Short, 178, Case Number: 10265 Book 25.)

+ 53 ii. Charles B. Short, born 1844 in Westfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died 1886 in Painted Post, Steuben County, New York.
 54 iii. Elizabeth Ann Short, born 1845.
+ 55 iv. Silas Short, born 1848 in Town of Barrington; died June 11, 1917 in Cooper Plains, Steuben County, New York.
+ 56 v. Charlotte Short, born 1854 in Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York; died 1890 in Hedgeville, Steuben County, New York.
+ 57 vi. Celestia Short, born 1857; died October 10, 1902 in Himrod, New York.
+ 58 vii. Frank Lemuel Short, born 1864; died 1928 in Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York.
 

 37.  Reuben Smith8 Short (David7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born November 10, 1815 in Steuben County, Corning, New York, and died June 14, 1878 in Far West, Weber, Utah.  He married Lorana Short October 1836 in Tioga Pennsylvania, daughter of Reuben Short and Sylvia Carpenter.  She was born June 25, 1813 in Kentucky, and died August 15, 1880 in Far West, Weber, Utah.

More About Reuben Smith Short:
Burial: Weber, Utah

More About Lorana Short:
Burial: Far West, Weber, Utah

More About Reuben Short and Lorana Short:
Marriage: October 1836, Tioga Pennsylvania

Children are listed above under (35) Lorana Short.

 38.  David8 Short (David7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) died January 01, 1841.  He married Phoebe. 

Children of David Short and Phoebe are:
 59 i. Robert9 Short.
 60 ii. Malviny Short.
 61 iii. Mirandy Short.
 62 iv. Nancy Short.
 

 39.  Caleb8 Short (David7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1818, and died August 31, 1885.  He married Dolly. 

Children of Caleb Short and Dolly are:
 63 i. Marcus9 Short, born October 1851.
 64 ii. Florance Short, born 1854.
 65 iii. Darius Short, born February 21, 1856.
 66 iv. Alice Short.
 67 v. James Short, born August 18, 1864; died September 03, 1865.
 68 vi. Sally Short, born April 19, 1862 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania; died May 16, 1862 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
 

Generation No. 9

 53.  Charles B.9 Short (Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1844 in Westfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, and died 1886 in Painted Post, Steuben County, New York.

Notes for Charles B. Short:
Campbell - Civil War Veterans 
Short, Charles B. 3 NY L Art     Campbell 

More About Charles B. Short:
Burial: 1886, West Hill Street Cemetery, Painted Post, New York
Military service: Bet. 1863 - 1865, 3 rd Reg. Light Art. Union Army - Civil

Children of Charles B. Short are:
 69 i. Harry10 Short, born 1872; died 1874.
 70 ii. Grace Short.
 71 iii. Francelia Short.  She married Joels.
 

 55.  Silas9 Short (Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1848 in Town of Barrington, and died June 11, 1917 in Cooper Plains, Steuben County, New York.  He married Mary J. Brewster.  She was born Abt. 1863.

More About Silas Short:
Burial: June 14, 1917, High Street Cemetery, Painted Post, Steuben County, New York

Child of Silas Short and Mary Brewster is:
 72 i. Edward J.10 Short, born Abt. 1890.
 

 56.  Charlotte9 Short (Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1854 in Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York, and died 1890 in Hedgeville, Steuben County, New York.  She married John Robinson.  He was born 1844.

More About Charlotte Short:
Burial: 1890, Hedgesville Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben County, New York

Notes for John Robinson:
Hedgesville Cemetery

Woodhull, Steuben Co, NY 
 

 Charlotte Robinson 1857-1890 

 Wife of John Robinson 

 Eli Robinson 1861-1919 

 Frances Robinson 1892-1893 

 Gordon Robinson 1891-1892 

 Harold Robinson 1896-1897 

 John Robinson b. 1844 d. ?? 

 Mina Robinson 1886-1903 

 Daughter of John & Charlotte "Lottie" Robinson 

  The above family member were located on 09/29/2004.  The exert from the Gazeteer is below:

      HISTORICAL GAZETTEER 

      Steuben County, New York

      FIRST PART 

     Compiled by: Millard F. Roberts

     John Single Paper Company, Ltd., Syracuse, N.Y., 1891 
     This was typed and contributed by Gloria Banks Kirkwood
 WOODHULL - page 576 

 "Is a central town upon the south border of the county, bounded north by Cameron and Rathbone, east by Tuscarora, south by the Pennsylvania line, and west by Troupsburgh and Jasper. It was formed from the towns of Troupsburgh and Addison, February 18, 1828. A portion of Rathbone was taken off in 1856. 
The surface is hilly upland; the soil a clayey and gravelly loam. The principal stream is Tuscarora creek, which flows north of the centre of the town in an easterly direction." 
Wayland Director dated 1891:
  Robinson John, prop. portable mill, steam thresher, etc., bds Wayland.

More About John Robinson:
Burial: Bef. 1944, Hedgesville Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben County, New York

Children of Charlotte Short and John Robinson are:
 73 i. Mina10 Robinson, born 1886; died 1903.

More About Mina Robinson:
Burial: 1903, Hedgesville Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben County, New York

 74 ii. Francis Robinson, born 1892.
 75 iii. Harold Robinson, born 1896; died 1897.

More About Harold Robinson:
Burial: 1897, Hedgesville Cemetery, Woodhull, Steuben County, New York

 76 iv. Carrie Robinson.
 77 v. Willis Robinson.
 78 vi. Nina Robinson.

Notes for Nina Robinson:
Nina S. Robinson 1905-1974 

Mitchellsville Cemetery listing
 

 57.  Celestia9 Short (Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1857, and died October 10, 1902 in Himrod, New York.  She married Robert Stanton Cornish, son of Albert Cornish and Betsey Moore.  He was born 1856 in Pultney, New York, and died February 13, 1908 in Himrod, New York.

More About Celestia Short:
Burial: Grove Mount Cemetery

More About Robert Stanton Cornish:
Burial: Grove Mount Cemetery

Children of Celestia Short and Robert Cornish are:
 79 i. Edith10 Cornish.  She married M.A. Hollenbeck.
 80 ii. Edna Cornish.
 81 iii. Florida Cornish.
 82 iv. Lela Cornish.
 83 v. Robert Stanton Cornish.
+ 84 vi. Albert Loran Cornish, born April 27, 1879; died January 15, 1932.
+ 85 vii. Lucy Ann Cornish, born July 15, 1882; died August 21, 1932.
 86 viii. Robert Cornish, born February 24, 1894 in Himrod, New York; died April 10, 1900 in Himrod, New York.

More About Robert Cornish:
Cause of Death: Gastric Fever and Whooping Cough
Medical Information: "Died at the age of 6 years, 1 month, 16 days"

 87 ix. Earl Glen Cornish, born July 03, 1896 in Himrod, New York; died November 18, 1941 in Penn Yann, New York.

More About Earl Glen Cornish:
Burial: Grove Mount Cemetery
 

 58.  Frank Lemuel9 Short (Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1864, and died 1928 in Town of Campbell, Steuben County, New York.  He married Mary Edith Bement 1895 in Steuben County, New York, daughter of Ira Bement and Mary Rockwell.  She was born 1875 in Roseville, Pennsylvania, and died 1949 in Painted Post, New York.

Notes for Frank Lemuel Short:
THE TIMES
Canisteo, Steuben County, New York, 
September 7, 1910 - Front Page (center) 
EVIDENCE WAS TAKEN 
-----------------
THE SAUNDERS SETTLEMENT AT WEST UNION AGAIN IN THE LIMELIGHT. 
---------------------- 

A Preliminary Hearing Before Justice C.C. Burrell of This Place at
Which Several witnesses were sworn. -- Seeking Evidence to Lay Before 
the Grand Jury. 

The Saunders settlement in the town of West Union again stepped into the spot light when preliminary hearing was had before justice Charles C. Burrell August 25, at his chambers in this place. David Saunders a well known resident of West Union and brother of Mrs. Adelbert Allen, who is now in the county jail on the charge of murdering her husband and son, was present at the hearing. Neither he nor his wife were sworn. 

A number of witnesses were present and were sworn. the subpoenas served on them read as follows: 
" Having reason to suppose an offence has been committed, and for the purpose of investigating whether it has been committed, you are commanded to appear." 

The witnesses were James Lampman, Mrs. Flora Loper, Frank Short and Miss Wilkinson of Young Hickory. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis of Saunders. Mrs. Harvey Cornell and Mrs. Betsy Cummings of Troupsburg. James Lampman, Mrs. Flora Loper and Mrs. David Saunders are brother and sisters of Pearl Lampman who died last January. 

The matter has been under investigation for some time. The evidence is being taken for the purpose of being laid before the Steuben county grand jury at some future date. The Saunders section is again excited from head to foot and startling developments are possible. 
Thank-you Marion (3/11) 
 

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More About Frank Lemuel Short:
Burial: 1928, Fairview Cemetery, Town of Erwin, Steuben County, New York
Property: 1891, Campbell Directory- Rte 27, P.O. East Campbell

Notes for Mary Edith Bement:
Mary Edith Bement lived in the Roseville, Pennsylvania area as a child. She went to Mansfield Normal School and then got a job teaching in a one-room schoolhouse on Meads Creek Road. He husband, Frank Short, was in the farming and lumber business on Meads Creek Road as was his father. They met there and were married in 1895. 
They moved to Galeton, Pennsylvania around 1900 to 1905. The house that the Short Family lived in Galeton was large one with a barn in back. An addition was added after it was sold in 1917 for $500. It sold cheaply as the lumber business folded up and there was no demand for housing. The house was viewed in October 1984 and appeared to be in exceptionally good shape and repair. 

Frank worked for a hardwood flooring company in charge of the boiler and machinery. The lumbering business had pretty well stripped the hills of trees in that area and the company made a move to Lake Placid about 1917. He wanted to go with the company, but Edith resisted because of a lack of good schools in the Adirondack area. About that time, Frank came to Coopers Plains, New York to attend his brother's funeral. He heard that Ingersoll-Rand was hiring, so he applied and got a job. The family moved on the Galeton, Knoxville + Addison Railroad. The furniture had to be moved by horse and buggy from Addison, New York to Painted Post, New York, having been transported on the same train on which they traveled. 

Frank started at Ingersoll-Rand and later transferred to Corning Glass in the millwright shop and then transferred to the tin shop. He left the Glass Works in 1926 and did custom tinsmith work, such as eaves, troughs, etc. He had a workshop for a while on the second floor of a building housing Ingalls Hardware in Painted Post. His son, Jim, was particularly fond of a metal airplane that his father made him. Frank then had a workshop in the garage in back of the family home which had originally been a dairy. 

Edith started a Larkin Store about 1925 in the living room of the house in Painted Post. This was later moved into a large two story addition built on the back of the house by Frank. This was constructed about 1925-26. The business was discontinued about 1943. The store was torn down and the house sold in 1946.

Source: James Roland Short {Jan, 1998} 

More About Mary Edith Bement:
Burial: 1949, Fairview Cemetery, Town of Erwin, Steuben County, New York

More About Frank Short and Mary Bement:
Marriage: 1895, Steuben County, New York

Children of Frank Short and Mary Bement are:
+ 88 i. Charlotte Emma10 Short, born July 10, 1896 in East Campbell, Steuben County, New York; died 1975 in Elmira, New York.
+ 89 ii. Francis Ira Short, born May 14, 1900; died 1972 in Corning, New York.
+ 90 iii. Harold Winfred Short, born 1905; died 1961.
 91 iv. Charles Raymond Short, born October 10, 1907 in Galeton, Pennsylvania; died April 06, 1989 in Bath, New York.

Notes for Charles Raymond Short:
Charles Raymond Short went to school in Painted Post, New York and at Alfred Tech. He worked in the dairy, and later ran a grocery store in Coopers Plains, New York. He went to work for Corning Glass in 1936 and retired from there in 1972. He never married. (Source: James Roland Short {Jan, 1998}) 
 

More About Charles Raymond Short:
Burial: 1989, West Hill Street Cemetery, Painted Post, New York
Degree: Alfred University; Business 
Military service: US Army -During WWII-Medical Corp
Occupation: Employee of Corning Glass Corp.
Religion: Baptist
Retirement: Painted Post, Steuben County, New York

+ 92 v. James Roland Short, born December 29, 1918 in Painted Post, Steuben County, New York.
 

Generation No. 10

 84.  Albert Loran10 Cornish (Celestia9 Short, Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born April 27, 1879, and died January 15, 1932.  He married Elizabeth Ellen Hatcher. 

Children of Albert Cornish and Elizabeth Hatcher are:
 93 i. Donald11 Cornish.
 94 ii. Loren Milton Cornish.
 95 iii. Ray Williams Cornish.
 96 iv. (Living) Cornish.
 97 v. (Living) Cornish.
 98 vi. (Living) Cornish.
 

 85.  Lucy Ann10 Cornish (Celestia9 Short, Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born July 15, 1882, and died August 21, 1932.  She married David Travis. 

Children of Lucy Cornish and David Travis are:
 99 i. Leon11 Travis, born November 18, 1901; died June 16, 1932.
 100 ii. Arthur Travis, born June 09, 1903; died August 13, 1937.
 101 iii. Maude Travis, born July 17, 1906; died February 25, 1935.
 

 88.  Charlotte Emma10 Short (Frank Lemuel9, Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born July 10, 1896 in East Campbell, Steuben County, New York, and died 1975 in Elmira, New York.  She married Edwin F. Wood. 

Notes for Charlotte Emma Short:
Charlotte Emma Short was born on the farm located on Meads Creek Road, north of Coopers Plains, New York. Attended School in Galeton, Pennsylvania, and later worked in a glove factory located in Galeton. Her family relocated to Painted Post, New York, Charlotte went to work for Ingersol-Rand. Living across the street from the residence of Charlotte and her family was Edwin F. Wood's cousin. 
Edwin at that time was the Operating Superintendent for the Elmira-Hornell Division of New York State Electric and Gas Corp. The area of this section of divisional operations covered the territory from Perry, New York [west end] to Waverly, New York [East end] and from the New York-Pennsylvania border [South end] to and including the Penn Yan [North end]. Steam generation stations in Elmira, Hornell and Corning N.Y. were also included. At one time they lived in Hornell, but were transferred back to Elmira about the time Edwin Jr. was in high School and Pat in grade school. 

More can be found at: Family Tree Maker Genealogy Site: The BeMent Family Home Page, "Supplement to the Bement Chronicles in America" 

Source: James Roland Short
 
 

More About Edwin F. Wood:
Cause of Death: Myocardial Infarction

Children of Charlotte Short and Edwin Wood are:
+ 102 i. Edwin F.11 Wood, born July 19, 1926 in Hornell, New York.
+ 103 ii. Patricia Ann Wood, born January 30, 1931.
 

 89.  Francis Ira10 Short (Frank Lemuel9, Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born May 14, 1900, and died 1972 in Corning, New York.  He married Ella Louise Strait.  She was born 1914, and died 1960.

Notes for Francis Ira Short:
Francis Ira Short was born in the Burdette area, went to school in Galeton, Pennsylvania, and worked in the railroad machine shop in Galeton. After coming to Painted Post, New York he and his brother, Harold, in about 1925, started a dairy business in a two-car garage type building constructed at the rear of the property at 539 West High Street in Painted Post, New York. 
Francis principally trucked the milk in from farmers in the Meads Creek, Monterey and Coopers Plains area. It was processed, bottled and delivered house to house each morning primarily by Harold. Some hired help was used. The dairy was named "Radio Dairy" after Harold's interest in radios at that time. There was also, at one time, a large ice house on the property, the ice being used to cool the milk. Ice was harvested from various ponds in the area each winter. A tall fence was constructed along the driveway to prevent sawdust from blowing on the neighbor's property. The boys were encouraged to go into the dairy business by their Uncle Harry Bement. The business was later sold to Dann's Dairy, and the building converted to garage. He then went to work for the Steuben County Highway Department and retired from that position. (Source: James Roland Short[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 17, Ed. 1, Tree #1908, Date of Import: 17 Mar 1998]) 

About 1925, Francis Ira and Harold Winfred started a dairy business out of a two car garage type building at the rear of the property located at 539 West High Street. He trucked milk in from farmers in the Meads Creek, Monterey and Coopers Plains area. It was processed, bottled and delivered to houses each morning principally by Harold. The dairy was named the "Radio Dairy" after Harold's interest in radios. There was also an ice house on the property. It was a large house. The ice was used to cool the milk. Ice was harvested from various ponds in the area each winter . A tall fence was constructed along the driveway to prevent saw dust from blowing into the neighbor's property. 

The boys were encouraged to go into the dairy business by Harry Bement. [ their cousin-the son of Mary E. Bement Short's brother] The business was later sold to Dann's Dairy. The original dairy building was designed as a garage to be converted if the dairy was discontinued. To date-1997-the dairy-garage and house can be found at 539 West High Street, Painted Post. 

spouse: Strait, Ella Louise (1914 - 1960) 
 
 

More About Francis Ira Short:
Burial: 1972, Fairview Cemetery, Town of Erwin, Steuben County, New York

Notes for Ella Louise Strait:
Part 3 - Fairview Cemetery - Erwin, Steuben Co., NY 

Harold M. Short 1905 1961 . . 
Ella E. Short 1914 1960 . . 
Frank L. Short 1864 1928 . . 
Edith Short 1875 1949 . . 
 

More About Ella Louise Strait:
Burial: 1960, Fairview Cemetery, Town of Erwin, Steuben County, New York

Children of Francis Short and Ella Strait are:
 104 i. Edith E.11 Short, born 1930.
+ 105 ii. Living
+ 106 iii. Living 
+ 107            iv     .Living 

 90.  Harold Winfred10 Short (Frank Lemuel9, Lorentus8, Reuben7, John6, John5, Samuel4, Henry3, Henry2, Short1) was born 1905, and died 1961.  He married Winifred Spears June 15, 1935.

Notes for Harold Winfred Short:
Harold Winifred Short went to school in Galeton, Pennsylvania and Painted Post, New York. He worked in partnership with his brother, Francis, in the dairy business. Harold was very interested in the radio as a young man, took several correspondence courses, and had one of the very early Atwater-Kent radios hooked to a huge metal speaker, like a megaphone, which was protruding from the front attic window of the house in Painted Post. The neighbors would gather on the front lawn and porch to listen to it. It was from this interest that the name "Radio Dairy" came from. As a note of interest, the dairy was started with a 1923 Chevy truck. Harold then worked for a number of years at Ingersol-Rand in Painted Post. At the same time, and for a number of years he ran a movie theatre in the Masonic Temple building in Painted Post in partnership with Hobart A. Look. The building is no longer there. It was very near the entrance to Painted Post from the traffic circle. In later years Harold worked for Mercury Aircraft in Hammondsport, Pennsylvania. 
Source: James Roland Short (March, 1998) 

Found the following grave sites in the Fairfield Cemetery, Town of Erwin, Steuben County, New York.

Harold M. Short 1905 1961 . . 
Ella E. Short 1914 1960 . . 
Frank L. Short 1864 1928 . . 
Edith Short 1875 1949 . . 
 

More About Harold Winfred Short:
Burial: 1961, Fairview Cemetery, Town of Erwin, Steuben County, New York

More About Harold Short and Winifred Spears:
Marriage: June 15, 1935

Children of Harold Short and Winifred Spears are:
+ 108 i. Living
+ 109 ii. Living
+ 110 iii. Living 

Generation No. 11, 12 and 13 …Private

 If anyone can add to the information gathered please have them contact Linda Short at : lshort@stny.rr.com Thank you
 


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