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some three hundred acres. This farm lay upon the Quinipiac
river, largely bottom, and considerable of it is now occupied by
the large pond of the Meridan Cutlery Company. It was by far
the best farm in the town of Meriden. His original dwelling was
burned by accident, but the new dwelling still stands on the road
to Hanover. He was an early Methodist, when to be one was
very unfashionable; for people of seven ty-tive years ago had their
fashions in all things, as well as now. He was converted, perhaps,,
under the preaching of Jesse Lee, that early itinerant who preached
occasionally in the vicinity of his early life; and records his affec-
tion for this and the other early preacher, Freeborn Garretson,
in the name of one of his children. He died in Meriden (town

* Thomas Hine had a home-lot in Milford, 28 Jan'j", 1646. The name is spelled Hind, Hine, and some-
times Hinde. He was an early proprietor at Derby, but it is doubtful if he lived there. He Ijought the
right at "Pogasuck," of John Bunvell. He died in Milford, and by will, dated 1694, remembered, among
several thildren, Stephen, b. 25 Oct., 1663. He had ten children at least. In Lamberfs History of New
Haven Colony is a tradition of his having relieved an Indian, exposed on the marsh b}- the Mohawks. For
this he was held in high regard by the neighboring Indians, who said that when Hine or his descendants
died, the Great Spirit took them at once to his big wigwam.

Stephen, (2) b. 1663, was a shoemaker. In 1741, he deeded to his son Ambrose (3) lands in Hogg Meadow.

Ambrose m., 6 Feb'j', 1717, in Boston, Sarah , of that pl^ce. He lived in Milford, and his will was

dated 6 Dec, 1749; proved Dec, 1750. His son Stephen (4) was born about 1721. Stephen (4) died in Wood-
bridge, 11 Sept., 1791, aged 70; he m., 26 .Jan'v, 1744, Elizabeth Carrington, dau. .John, of Amity; she d. 20
May, 1755. He m. 2nd, Patience, who d. 24 Dec, 1769, aged 41. He ni. 3rd, Susannah Smith, of Bethany,
Conn. Snsannah was mother of Susannah, who m. Charles Baldwin. The mother survived her husband,
and m., 17 April, 1794, Deacon Phinehas Peck, of Woodbridge, survived him, and d. in Meriden, Conn., 22
Xov., ISIO, aged 74.



118 Baldwin Genealogy.

organized 1806), 17 July, 1818. His widow died in Masonville,
Delaware county, i^. Y., 12 May, 1853. By liis will, he left a tract
of land in Meriden to build a Methodist church, but the land was
sold and money lost without eifecting its purpose; and the first
Methodist church was built there not many years since. If the
meeting-house was not built, the land was to be disposed of by
the Quarterly Conference, Durham Circuit, or agent that the
Conference may appoint, by sale or otherwise; and if sold, the
interest of the avails was to be given to the traveling preachers of
the Rhiubeck District, at the discretion of the Presiding Elder.

371. Charles Wyllis, 4 Nov., 1792.+

372. Lucius. -f

373. Vincent, 11 March, 1796; d. 3 Sept., 1818, unm.

374. Susana, 30 Marcli, 1798; d. unm.

375. Elias, 23 May, 1799. +

376. Mary Ann, 20 Feb'y, 1801; m. Eliplialet Bailey.+

377. Jesse Garretson, 17 Marcli, 1804.+

378. Seymour Wesley, 29 June, 1807. +

163. HEZEKIAH^ Sylvanus^ Barnabas,-^ b. in Milford, Society
of Amity, 24 Aug., 1756. He m. 1 Jan'y, or June, as says Fam.
Rec, 1782, Elizabeth Hine, dau. of Stephen, of Milford (Society
of Amity), half-sister of w. of Charles. She was b. about 1754,
dying 2 April, 1839, in her eighty-sixth year. He d. 6 ISTov., 1831,
and as usual records difler; Ch. Rec. and tombstone putting his
age at 75, Fam. Rec. at 85. He bought out his brother Charles'
interest in their joint lands, save such as both sold to others, and
lived and died on the old homstead ; his wife survived.

379. Nathaniel, 13 Feb'y, 1783.+

380. Nancy, 23 Jan'y, 1786; m. Joseph Bradley. +

381. Charity, 37 Oct., 1788; d. 31 Feb'y, 1847, unm.
383. Hezeldah Harvey, 17 Feb'y, 1790. +

383. Raymond, 3 April, 1793.+

384. Marcus, 10 Ap'l, 1794. +

385. Betsey, 10 Ap'l, 1794; m. Joseph Harvey Riggs.+

386. Ester, 3 Jime, 1796; d. unm. 1873.

387. Mary, 19 Aug., 1798; m. Jonathan Treat, Juu'r.+

164. THEOPHILUS ^ Theophilus * Theophilus ^ Theophilus '^
Richard.^ He lived in ITew Milford, Conn., and d. before 1798,
when his father gives his ch. land near Bear Hill, in New Milford.

388. Theophilus. +

389. Hezekiah. d. unm. at home of brother Theophilus.



Richard, of Milford, Connecticut. 119

390. Isaac, weut to La Salle couuly, 111., about 1833; about 1842, to Wisconsin;
about 1858, to Colorado and Utah; about 1803, back to La Salle county. 111., where
he was, in 1874, still living. He is unm. , and I am informed much respected, an
expert hunter and trapper, and almost a counterpart of Cooper's Leather Stocking.

391. David. +
393. Ebenezer.-j-

393. Samuel. +

394. EUany, m. Isaac Clark. +

395. Susan, m. John Rogers. -j-

165. MARY 5 Theophilus ' Tlieophilus,^ ^^j. ist, Asaliel Slier-
wooclj and settled in Potsdam, N". Y.

39G. Wells, and two other sons; all dead, but gr. eh. living. She m. 2"d. Thorpe,
of Washington, Vt. ; no ch., and d. about 1814.

166. EUOTCE5 TLeophilus^ Theopliilus,^ m. l«t. David Lock-
wood, of J^ew Milford.

399. Julia A., m. John Buel, of New Milford; settled at Hume, Chautauqua
county, N. Y., and had two sons and two daughters; she d. Feb'y, 1871.

400. Henrietta, m. Wing; lives (1874) in Franklinvillc, Chautauqua county,
N. Y., and has ch.

401. Matty, m. Bennett Dean, of Bristol, Vt.; d. 1863, no ch.

Eunice m. 2"^' George Sherman, of Charlotte, Vt., by whom she
had no ch. She d. Xov., 1861.

168. MARTHA^ Theophilus^ Theophilus,^^ m. Abel Gunn, of
!N^ew AJilford, Conn.

403. Luud.

403. Anor.

404. Harriet.

405. William, m. Benson, and thought to have ch.

406. Henry, of New Milford, m. Caroline Gilford, and had ch.

407. John, of New 3Iilford, m.

169. ELI ^ Theophilus ' Theophilus,^ b. about 1782, in New Mil-
ford, Conn. He m. Anna Gunn, about 1807, who was living 1873,
in Vermillionville, 111.; he d. in K'ew Milford, 9 Oct., 1822, aged 40.

408. Elvira, 34 Oct., 1808; m. Homer Clark. +

409. George, 13 June, 1810. +

410. Edgar, 39 June, 1815.+

411. Henry Myron. -j-

413. Pdulina, m. AViUiam Way.+

Was militia captain, and as such out in the war of 1812, and
said to be at New London. "Was justice of the peace.



120 Baldwin Genealogy.

174. DANIEL 5 Theopliilus^TheopMlus,=^b. 20 Nov., 1786, iu
Xorthville village, New Milford, Conn. He m., 8 Nov., 1809,
Susan Baldwin, of New Milford ; b. 29 Aug., 1794, and dau. John, '"
of Mount Toms, in New Milford: Israel* Serg't Samuel^ David -
Joseph.^ He was a Baptist minister. He resided in Northville,
New Milford, until April, 1846, when he removed to Farm Eidge,
La Salle county. 111,, where he d., Oct. 7, 1860. His wife d. there,
23 Aug., 1854, says her son — a precious, pious, loving mother.
A large proportion of Eev. Daniel's large family have been or are
in the ministry.

413. Matty, 6 Sept., 1811; m. Rev. John Higby.+

414. Lorette, 4 July, 1813; m. Moses G. Hariock.+

415. Caroline, 1 Ap'l, 1820; m. Rev. Erasmus K Jenks.-]-

416. Marquis de la Fayette, 18 Aug., 1822.+

417. Normaud B., 23 Aug., 1824. +

418. Jane, 17 Aug.. 1826; m. Elihu Howland.+

419. Diantha B., 28 Marcli, 1829; m. .Murray Kirkpatrick.+

420. Leander R., 2 .July, 1831. +

421. John, 7 June, 1834; d. 16 Oct., 1854, while on a visit, in the same room
where his mother was born.

422. Amelia Maj-ette, 16 Aug., 1838; m. Charles D. Smith.

I am told, by people in New Milford, that Rev. Daniel deserved
that highest praise of being a "very good man." He d. 7 Oct.,
1860; his w. 23 Aug., 1854, at Farm Ridge, Illinois.

179. NATHAN GAYLORD^ Isaac-* Theophilus,^ b. in New Mil-
ford, Conn., 27 April, 1767; m. Chamberlain. Settled in Mouck-
ton, Addison county, Yt.; d. 30 Aug., 1820. In 1790, he seems,
from Davis Narrative, to have had a farm " west," in Freehold.

423. Electa, 13 May. 1794; m. "Judge Work," of Huntmgton, Vt.; d. 25
March, 1859; no ch.

424. Isaac, 19 Maj% 1797; was a lawyer, and d. unm. 11 March, 1823.

425. Roderick, 6 May, 1801.+

426. Emeliue, 3 Feb'y, 1803; m. Rev. John A. Avery. +

183. PRUDENCE ^ Isaac ^ Theophilus, ^ b. in New Milford,
Conn., 3 July, 1773; m. Troop Murdock, of Castleton, Yt. Both
dead, leaving ch. :

427. Henrietta, m. William Clark, and supposed to have living descendants.

428. Sail}', m. William Cook, of Castleton.

It appears, from the narrative of Davis that, in 1795, the twin-
sister Patience went to live with Prudence, at Noosuck, New
York State.



Bichard, of Milford, Connecticut. 121

185. DAVIS ^ Isaac ^ Thcophilus,^ b. in l^ew Milford, Conn.,
8 Aug., 1777; m., 3 Dec, 1809, Ann Richards, of Tyringham, now
Monterey, Berkshire county, Mass., b. 1 July, 1786, and dau.
Roswell" Jedediah ^ Jcdcdiah * Deacon Thomas^ John- Thomas
Richards.^ lie settled there, and removed thence, in May, 1831,
to Great Barrington, Mass.; he died there, 7 March, 1842, in the
village of Van Dusenville. His widow resided there 7 Oct., 1873.
He left quite an interesting narrative, several times quoted herein,
dated Tyringham, 8 Aug., 1811. In the summer of 1782, he went
to school to Miss Mercy Baldwin (before mentioned), at Captain
Gunn's Chamber; in 1783, to Israel, Jun., of whose school he
speaks highly. He went to "hatting" in 1795. He was Town
Clerk of Tyringham, and held several other town oifices.

439. Algernon Sidney, 2 March, 1811, grad. Williams College, 1836, and died
unm. 1839.

440. Irwin Dewitt, 21 Jau'y, 1815.+

441. Edmund, 11 Feb'y, 1817; d. unm. 14 Dec, 1838.

442. Orrin, 15 Nov., 1820; 4 Oct., 1878, unm., and living with his mother and
brother.

186. NOBLES Isaac* Theophilus,3b. in J^ew Milford, 25 Dec,
1779, and lived and d. in the village of Xorthville, in that town.
He m., 17 Sept., 1803, Mary Hinman, of Oxford, Conn., b. 26 Oct.,
1779, dau. Philo,'* b. 6 ITov., 1750, s. Ebenezer,^ of Stratford, b. 16
Aug., 1717, s. Edward,- of Stratford, b. 1672, s. Sergeant Edward, ^
of Stratford. She joined the Baptist Church at Northville, at its
formation in 1814; he, in 1819.

443. Normand, 4 Sept., 1804; joined Baptist Church 1816, and d. 25 .Tan'y,
1825, unm.

444. Ehner, 8 March, 1806.+

445. Albert Noble, 28 Sept., 181 1.+

446. Harriet Eliza, 31 Aug., 1820; m. Frederick G. Bennett.+

188. LOIS •' Isaac* Theophikis,M). in Xew Milford, Conn., 11
March, 1785; m. Charles Churchill, of Salisbury, Conn. They
settled in Utica, N. Y., and are both dead.

447. Elizabeth Pamela, unm.

448. Cornelia M., m. William Barton, English by birth, who died not long
since. Resided in Brooklyn. N. Y. Ch.; Charles Churchill and Lina.



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122 Baldwin Genealogu.

192. PAMELIA^^ Israel* Theopliilus =^ b. in Xgav Milford, 2
July, 1767; m., 14 May, 1787, ReulDeii Gillett, and settled in
Nicholsville, KY.

449. Elizabeth Warner, 11 March. 1789: d. 31 Dec, 1836.

450. Daniel Baldwin, 21 June, 1791.

451. Luthena Hart, 24 Jan., 1794.

452. Rhoda Merrill, 10 Ap'l, 1796.
433. Ursula Clark. 30 May, 1798.

454. Peramah Baldwin, 1 Feb., 1801.

455. Sally Maria, 4 Oct., 1803.

456. Israel Jackson, 5 Feb'y, 1806.

457. Annah Moriuda, 1 Sept.. 1808.

458. Aminta Aunise, 18 Feb'y, 1811.

459. Chidelsa Silva, 1 Aug., 1813.

She m. 2"'^' Joseph Stearns, of Nicholsville, l^.Y., and d. 28

Sept., 1867.

194. AIn'NIS 5 Israel * Theophilus ^ b. in New Milford, 22 April,
1772; m., 24 Nov., 1791, Milton Clark, b. 14 March, 1767; he d.
1 Aug., 1822; she 3 May, 1824. They resided at Bristol, Conn.,
and after at Hinesburgh, Yt.

460. Edmund Baldwin, 9 Oct.. 1793, at Bristol, Conn.; d. 18 Oct., 1852.

461. Orange Baldwin, 29 May, 1796, at Bristol; d. 20 Dec, 1859.

462. Jude, 18 May, 1798, Hinesburgh. Vt. ; resides (1873) in Xicholsville, K Y.

463. Apphia, 2 March, 1802, at Hinesburgh: lives (1873) at ISTicholsville, N. Y.

464. Ralsey, 25 M'ch, 1805, Hinesl)urgh; d. 31 M'ch, 1843, in Nicholsville, N.Y.

465. Aurilla M., 27 July, 1811; d. 1863, in Eggleston, Muskegan county, Mich.

195. EDMUND = Israel ' Theophilus, ^ b. in New Milford, Conn.,
6 July, 1774; 10 Oct., 1788, chooses Abel Q-unn to be his guardian;
m., 10 March, 1795, Susannah Stone, of New Milford. Removed,
in 1797, to Ilinesburg, Yt., was Representative there in 1814, 1815
and 1816. He was Justice, and as such m. seventy-one couples.

466. Laura, 24 Sept., 1795; m. Truman Hall. +

467. Frederick Warner, b. Oct., 1797.+

468. Anny, 12 Dec, 1799; m. Burr D. Gray.+

469. William Stone, 11 M'ch, 1802.+

470. Harley McEwen, 4 Oct., 1804.+

471. Edmond, 17 Feb'y, 1807. +

472. Milton Alonzo, 1 Oct., 1809; d. 12 Nov., 1831.

473. Orlo Judson, 20 Dec, 1811.+

474. Daughter, 16 Aug., 1815; d. 31 Ausr., 1815.



Richard, of 3Iilford, Connecticut. 123

196. ORANGE 5 Israel* Theophilus, 3 b. 15 Nov., 1776, in New
Milford, Conn. ; m. Betsey A. Gorham, of New Milford, b. 7 Nov.,
1776. Removed to Hinesburgh, Vt.

475. Israel. 27 Oct., 1797. +

476. [Daniel G., b. June, 1800; living (1873) in Dallas City, 111.

477. Parmelia, 22 Nov., 1801; m. CliarlesBall ; living (187o) in Owalaska, Wis.

478. Horace, 15 July, 1805. +

479. George, 3 Jan'y, 1810. +

198. SARAH 5 Assel * Theopliilus, ^ b. in New Milford, 10 Jan'y,
1769; m. Cyrenus Stilson, of New Milford; b. 1772; d. 1846; she
d. 1844. They settled in Meredith, in Western New York.

480. Corrine, m., 1810, Medad .Johnson, of Meredith; both d. and left one s
Henr3% of Binghampton, Broome county, N. Y.

481. Clara, m. Horace Jones; both d.; had three ch., of whom one is Cyrenus,
of Coudersport, Potter county, Penu.

483. Sally, 1794; d. 1874; m. George Rowland; lived in Meredith, N. Y. Ch.:
Cynthia, m. Frisbie Beardsly, Delhi, N. Y. ; Urania m. Bushrod Butts, Union, 111.;
Huldah, m. James Smith.; Anna, m. Spencer Waterman; Esther, died; Hiram, of
Oxford, Chanango countv, N. Y. ; Amanda, Albert, Charles, Isaac.

483. Baldwin, of Ridge, Livingston county, N. Y.

484. Lyman, of Jefferson, Greene county, Iowa.

485. Edwin, of Newark, Wayne county, N. Y.

486. Marcus, of Alden, Erie county, N. Y.

487. Phebe, m. Nehemiah Whitney; d. and left ch.

488. Esther, 1807; m., 1831, Henry Graham, of Delhi, Delaware county, N. Y.,
and has five ch,: Elmer, of High Point, Mo.; Edwin, of Delhi; Lyman, of West
Meredith, N. Y.; Rosala, m. Edward Frisbie; Emeline, m. Lucius Grant, of Delhi,
N.Y.

199. ESTHER ' Assel ' Theopliilus, ^ b. in New Milford, 15 Nov.,
1770; m. Garland; d. 6 Oct., 1802, at Dover, N. Y., leaving two
dans. :

489. Daughter, m. Phineas Hunt.

490. Daughter, m. Herman Stone, who left one dau. living on Stilson Hill,
North Franklin, Delaware county, N. Y., m. to Seneca Butts.

200. J0.EL5 Assel ^Theopliilus, =^ b. in New Milford, 22 Aug.,
1772. He m. and settled in Meredith, N. Y., and d. Dec. 28, 1807.

491. Anna, m. Peter Mallory, of Winona, Minn. ; there d. 1875.

492. Hannah, b. 23 March, 1808; m. Almon Beecher.+

493. Laura, m. S. M. Smith, of Havanna, Schuyler county, N. Y.



124 Baldicin Genealogy.

201. PHEBE5 AsseP Theophilus,^ b. in ITew Milford, 11 July,
1774; m. Pelatiah Bailey, perhaps of Sharon.

494. Esthers.

495. . Lucretia A.

496. Betsey P., b. in Sharon, 1808.

497. Joel W., living in 1874 at Merwinsville (now Gaylord's Bridge P. O.), New
Milford, Conn.; m. Laura Marsh, b. in Vermont, 1809. Ch.: Mary W., 1835; James
A., 1837, d. 1841; Andrew E., 1840, served three years in war, d. 1873; Susan M.,
1843; James E., 1843; Emily A., 1847.

498. Tinman G.

499. Edwin H.

202. ASAHEL^ Assel^ Theophilus,^ b. 24 April, 1777, i-n New
Milford, Conn.; m., 24 March, 1803, TryphenaBuck, of that place.

500. Almon, b. 9 Jan'y, 1804.+

501. Elijah, b. 14 Ap'l, 1805. +

503. Luna, b. 14 Dec, 1806; m. Nehemiah Bunnel, of Port Crane, Broome
county, N. Y.-j-

603. Orman (or Norman), b. 33 Dec, 1808. +

504. Lucy Ann; b. 11 Jan'y, 1811; m. William Cooke.+

505. Sylvester, b. 8 Feb'y, 1813; d., aged 33, unm.

506. Joel, b. 10 June, 1816.+

507. Ann, m. Mallory.

204. LUCRETIA ^ Assel ' Theophilus,^ b. 3 June, 1782, in Xew
Milford, Conn.; m. Samuel Goodsell.

508. Uri B., d. 31 Sept.. 1833.

509. Sarah J., 31 Oct., 1833; m. Dickinson, and had three ch.: Francis H. ;
Willie E.; Ella A., lives (1874) in Kewanee. 111.

205. ISAAC •'^ Assel* Theophilus,^ b. 16 June, 1787, in Kew
Milford, Conn.; m., 12 K"ov., 1812, Amanda Drake, b. 25 July,
1796, in :N'ew Milford. He lived in ^w :SIilford, Meredith, K Y.,
and IsTew Preston, Conn. He d. 11 April, 1845.

510. Israel Henry, 27 March, 1813. +

511. Phebe, 19 Ap'l. 1814; m. Austin Humiston.+

513. .loel, 3 July, 1815; d. 1 Sept., 1815.

514. William Harmon, 24Dec, 1816.+

515. Hiram J.. 35 July, 1819.+

516. Infant, 37 July, 1833, in Meredith, N. Y.; d. 15 Aug., 1833.

517. Infant, 10 Nov., 1834, in Meredith, N. Y\; d. 18 Nov.. 1834.

518. Laura Ann, 35 Nov., 1835; m. Henry S. Gillette. -|-

The widow m. 2"'i' Hitchcock, and lives (1874) in New Preston,
Conn.



Richard^ of 3filford, Connecticut. 125

214. JACOBS Zachariah*Zacliariah3Zacliariali2 Richard,^ b.
in Parsippaiiy (Hanover), Morris county, New Jersey, aud d. there,
13 Oct., 1783, aged 50. lie was a physician. His w. Anne d.
June, 1775, aged 36.

519. Job.

520. Jonas.

521. Jene, about 1770; d. 23 March, 1801, aged 31.

522. John.+

523. Zachariah.

52-1. Sarah, m. Borue.

525. Rebecca.

526. Anna.

527. Mary Anne.

These ch. are all named in his will, as well as his brother Job.
It is said by descendants that one of these sons settled in Orange
county, N. Y., and had a son Stephen ; one had a son Jonas, who
settled in Vevay, Ind. ; thence to Rising Sun, Ind., where he d. ;
and a Philander, living at Cincinnati, nephew of John. One dau.
m., it is said, Charles G. Stockton, a connection of Gov. Stockton,
of New Jersey, and who visited John in 1825 or 1826.

215. JOB^ Zachariah* Zachariah, ^ b., lived and d. in Hanover,
Morris county. New Jersey. He d. 1 Dec., 1800, aged 62 yrs., 7
mos. Ilis 1^* w. Phebe, d. 4 June, 1779, aged 89 yrs. ; his 2"*^ w.
Hannah, March, 1828, aged 72 yrs. He is called, upon his tomb-
stone, Elder. He mentions in his will his brother Silas, and



528.


Job, 1781. +


529.


James. +


530.


Moses.


531.


Abraham, b. 1776. +


532.


Stephen, about 1778.


533.


Mary.


534.


Elizabeth.


535.


Abigail.


536.


Sarah.


537.


Hannah.


538.


Ann.


539.


Susannah Morris.


540.


Phebe Roi^ers.



216. SILAS ^ Zachariah* Zachariah,^ b., lived and d. in Hanover,
Morris county. New Jersey. He d. 14 Sept., 1811, aged 62 yrs.;



126 Baldwin Genealogy.

Abigail bis w., 3 Aug., 1807, aged 53 yrs., 2 mos.; sbe was proba-
bly bis 2"^ w., as bis will names bis w. Pbebe. He was Deacon,
and bis will is dated 1795.

541. Ephraim.

542. Ebenezer.

543. Silas. (Mr. Cougar's book says Stiles, but his Mss. says Silas. )

544. Rachel.

545. Mary.

546. Elenor.

547. Nancy.

548. Phebe.

217. ELIAS^ Jacob*Zacbariab,3 b. 1739, in Stratford, Conn.;
d. 23 Marcb, 1829, in a fit, in tbat part of Stratford now Hunt-
ington.

549. Jacob, d. unm.

550. Sarah, m. Walter Lake.-f-

551. Elias.+

553. Hannah, d. num.

553. Deborah, 1788; d. 9 Dec, 1789, aged 1 yr.

554. .Iohn.+

555. Deborah, 39 Sept., 1790; m. James RichnK nd.-j-

556. Huldah, 24 Ap'l, 1796; in 1876, unin., in Huntington, Conn.

223. DAVID ^ Israel* Zacbariab, 3 b. 27 May, 1787, in \yolcott,
Conn. He m., in Killingwortb, Conn., Cyntbia Snow; and, in
1874, is still living in Cbester, Conn. Tbey bad cb. :

557. Cynthia, b. 15 Sept., 1808.

558. Mary Ann, b. 18 Sept., 1810; d. 4 Sept., 1851.
.5.59. William Snow, b. 8 June, 1812; d. 28 May, 1822.

560. Heman. b. 27 Sept., 1814.

561. Emily, b. 19 March, 1817; d. 30 April, 1822.

562. Augustus, b. 18 Dec, 1819; d. 2 April, 1822.

563. Lucretia (twin), b. 25, Jan'y, 1822.

564. Lucinda, b. 25 .Jan'y, 1822.

565. William Augustus, b. 23 Feb'y, 1824. In Aug., 1878, he is a lawj-er in
Chicago. There lie before me some very pleasing lines, addressed by him to his
father on his ninety-first birthday, and which are sent me from a Nct^ England paper.

566. Emily, b. 8 Oct., 1827.

567. David Judson, b. 19 .June, 1830.

568. Henry Austin, b. 19 July, 1832.

One of tbe daus. m, Hon. Moses Culver, of Middletown, Conn.,
lawyer and Judge of Probate, and bas several cb., one of wbom
(M. Eugene) graduated at Wesleyan University, in 1875.



Richard, of 3Iilford, Connecticut. 127

•231. EBENEZER^^ Simeon'^ Ebeuezer^ Zacliariah- Richard, ^ b.
21 Feb'y, 1755, in New Milford; m., 18 April, 177(), Abiah Chap-
man, who was b. 30 Sept., 1752.

569. Charles, 2 April, 1775, in New Milford; d. y.

570. Nathaniel, 3 Feb'y, 1779, in New Milford. +

He then removed to Poiighkeepsie, X. Y., and d. there; where
his w. also d., 1 Aug., 1804.

571. .John B., 27 Dec, 1780: drowned 6 Aug., 1801.

572. Sally, 23 Dec, 1782; d. 10 Oct., 1832.

573. Charlotte, 8 Jan'y, 1785; d. unni.

574. Araminta, 6 April, 1787; m. Gilbert Ketcham, a prominent man in
Dutchess county, Colonel in the war of 1812, and many years Sheriflf; no ch.

575. Henry Charles, 27 April, 1790.+

576. Fredericks., 18 Dec. 1792.+

577. Clarrisa, 8 Oct., 179-; m. William Kirby.-f-

He was in the Revolution, as a Regimental Quarter Master.

233. LOIS^ Simeon* Ebenezer,3 b. in N'ew Milford, Conn., 11
July (her descendants say June 1**), 1758; m. Philo Porter, of that
town, and d. there, 15 June, 1849.

578. Nancj', m. John McGraw, of Roxbury, Conn.; both d. Ch. : .Tohu, d. ;
Charles, in 1874, in De Ruyter, Madison county, N. Y.; Nancy, in Williamslmrgh,
N.Y.; Mary, m. ,Iohn Barge, of New Haven, Conn.; Rebecca, m. George Hopkins,
New Fairfield, Conn.; she is d., he not, and one ch., Aminta, m. Isaac Roe, of
Harwinton.

579. Marcia, m. David Fitch, of Boardman, Ohio, and had ch. : William, d,
leaving family; Edward, has family in Williamsburgh, N. Y.; Lois Ann, m. Howell
Smith, of Williamsburgh; and Sophia, Marcia, Maria Porter, Albert, David and
Halsey all m., and last four thought to be in Williamsburgh, N. Y.

580. Mar}', m. Hutchinson, and lived in Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Ch.: Ferdinand, Frederick and Francis, of whom the last is .said to live in Ohio-
and has been .Judge.

581. Clarissa, m. Jame.s Ragvm, of Youngstown. Ohio; both d., but ch. living.

582. Betsey Ann, b. 1800; 5 Dec, 1823, m. Minor Morehouse, of New Milford,
Conn., b. 11 Aug., 1792; she d. 10 June, 1852. Ch.: Mortimer Bruce, 28 Sept.,
1824, d. unm. 5 May, 1849; Edward Fitch. 23 April, 1828; Amanda Jane (my
informant), 6 May, 1832. Edward Filch m., 5 June, 1854, Bessie Ann Sherwood,
b. 28 Oct., 1832, and has ch.: Cliarles Edward, 9 Aug., 1855; Lida Amanda, b. 11
Feb'y, 1857.

.583. Menander. m. Clara Sanford, sister of Joel, of Bridgewater; both are d.
Ch. : Legrand. m.; Alphonso, d., leaving one ch.; Semantha, m. Stephen Saxton,
of Westport, Conn., and has one child, William Henry: P. O. address Saugatuck.

.584. Amanda, d. unm. in Boardman, Ohio.

There is a tradition in I^ew Milford that in the Revolution, Lois
was a teacher in Pawling, 'N.Y., and that friends coming to visit



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her from New Milforcl, they all visited the meeting-house and
found tories secreted in the belfry, who being discovered, robbed
by force, among others, her brother-in-law, husband of Mary, who
kept store there.

236. AMOS "■ Simeon * Ebenezer,^ b. in Xew Milford, Conn., 31
Dec, 1764; m., 24 Feb'y, 1789, Sally Hicks, gr. dau., it is said, of
Benjamin Wing, who had a charter of the town of Queensborough,
N. Y. : she was dau. Jacob llicks, the Quaker preacher, by w.
Constant Wing, of Quaker Farms, in Queensborough; she d. in
Boardman, Ohio, 23 Dec, 1850. He settled in Boardman, Ohio,
not far from 1800. He served apprenticeship with his brother
Ebenezer, at shoemaking, but was a large farmer. When a boy,
was with his brother Jonah for a few weeks, in the army, as a
Avaiter. He afterward established a shop for the manufacture of
shoes for the army.

585. Minerva, 5 Dec. 1789; m. Alida Rausom.-f-

586. Jacob Hicks. 13 Oct., 1792.+

587. .John Murray, 3 March, 1795. +
5^8. Asa, 20 Jan'y, 1798.+

589. Garry. +

590. Eli.+ I

591. Amanda C, ra. Ira Wood.-|-

592. Ozro.+

593. Amander.-|-

238. ASA 5 Simeon* Ebenezer, =^ b. in N'ew Milford, 21 April,
1769; m. there, 8 July, 1798, Betsey Lewis. He went to Board-
man, and m. 2'"^'' widow Turril; he d. thereabout 1837. He left no
ch. ; his 2"*^ w. had two by a former husband. He was in IN'ew
Milford a cooper, in Boardman a farmer.

239. ELI 5 Simeon * Ebenezer, ^ b. in K'ew Milford, 22 May, 1777.



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