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barbilynn



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Location: PA

PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 10:41 am    Post subject: Jennings family Reply with quote

Hi everyone! I am a new member here, but have visited over the last few years. My grandmother, Madeline Jennings Bump was from Ulysses and had married William H. Bump Sr. She had died when my Dad, William H. Bump Jr. was very young from tuberculosis. Her father was Edgar Jennings, grandfather was James Jennings. I know Edgar was a carpenter and help build some churches/schools in Ulysses? I have visited Ulysses cemetary several times and have found their graves, but would like more information on the family. I can't seem to find out James Jennings family, mom and dad. They might have been from NY too.
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gazelle



Joined: 29 Aug 2006
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Location: Potter Co., PA

PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 6:23 pm    Post subject: JENNINGS, Edgar L., James H., Joseph Reply with quote

I believe that you will find James H. Jennings (wife Mary Abbott) parents were Joseph Jennings, shoemaker, b MA and Orilla Jennings b NY. This is on the 1850 federal census for Covington Twp., Tioga Co.,PA. His siblings were: Olive M. b c 1831; T. Y. (male) b c 1833; Joseph b c 1838 (listed as deaf and dumb); and Washington b c 1840. All children were born in New York State which would indicate they came into Tioga Co., sometime between 1840 and 1850.

Madeline Jennings was born to Edgar L. and Mary Doud who died between the birth of Madeline and 1900 when the federal census was taken; he is shown a widower at that time. Around 1901 he married Lena M. Larrison and had three more children: Gretchen, Margaret and Carroll.

Kay Brownell Reed, VP & Genealogist
Potter Co. Historical Society
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barbilynn



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 7:39 pm    Post subject: Thank you Gazelle Reply with quote

[b][i]That is information I did not know. I know Madeline had a brother too, Hobert. I think he had the same mother as Madeline (Mary Doud).
Edgar was also married to a Mastin, Grace I believe. He is buried with the Mastin family. I thought that is who he had the children that you mentioned, with her. I didn't realize Edgar was married to a Larrison.
Thank you again :) [/i][/b]
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gazelle



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 21, 2008 8:14 am    Post subject: JENNINGS Reply with quote

She had a brother, Hobart Jame Jennings who was born 1 Sep 1897 and died 13 Oct 1970 in Florida. Hobart married Lena Larrison (sorry, I think I told you that for Edgar; he married Anna M. Larrison. Her parents (Lena) were: Howard Larrison and Estella. In 1920 they lived in the same household Hobart, Lena M. and Madeline L, their daughter in Groton, Tompkins Co., NY. In 1930 they lived in Preston Village, Tompkins Co., NY. By then Hobart and Lena had the folowing children: Madeline, age 10 and Barbara, age 8. Hope this helps.
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