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430. SAMUEL CUTLERS SamueP Samuel * SamueP Henry^^
Henry ,^ lived in Riga, N. Y.; dead. He m. Eleanor Winans, of
Lima, N. Y. Address, in 1875 : iNTewark, N. Y.

863. Samuel, d. unm., of sunstroke, in Stockton, Cal.

864. Susan, m. Dr. McLaughlin, of Leroy, N. Y. ; he d. as Surgeon in the
army; no ch. ; and she lives, 1875, in California, wdth Dexter.

865. William d. in Dunkirk, N. Y. , about 1868, leaving a widow and two ch.

866. Francis O., in 1875, living in Louisville, Ky.

867. Edward S. , 1875, unm. , in Toledo ; in the hotel business.

868. Warner, in the lumber business, at Watervliet, Mich. , and unm.

869. Mary, unm. ; in Streator, 111. , in 1875.

870. Ellen, m. Dr. Carpenter, a dentist, in Streator, 111.

871. Eugene, unm. ; in St. Louis, in 1875.

872. Cllaunce3^ 1875, in Onargo, 111. ; in the drug and telegraph business.

873. Anna, m. James Cook.

431. DEXTER '^ Samuel ^ Samuel ' Samuel ^ Henry ^ Henry ,^ b.
in Riga, N. Y.; settled m Brockport, N. Y.; then removed, a few
years ago, to Marysville, Cal.; said to be a very successful jeweler.
He m. Lois.



Henry, of Wohurn, 3Iassaclni$etfs. CG5

874. Jane.

87o. Lucy.

876. Eplii-iiim.

877. Elida (dan.)

All married, and in California.

433. LORIN*^ Samnel'' Samuel * SamiieP Henry^ Henry ,^ living
1875, in Riga, N". Y.; m. 1^*- Chamberlain ; and m. 2"'^' Chris-
tiana .

881. Franklin, m.

8814. Henrietta, m. James Little.

883. Frances, m. Wilcox, of Ecrgeu, N. Y.

All bv his 1^*^ wife. Bv his 2"^i wife :

883. Aiirelia.

884. Danghter.

All, in 1875, in Riga but Franklin.

437. HARVEY « Jonas C.^ Samuel* Samuel ^ Henry ^ Henry ^>
of Baldwinsvillc, N. Y. I abridge the following notice from the
^'Memoirs of Distino-uished Americans." New York: 1853.

His father, Jonas C, was educated at Williams College, and
studied medicine. Dr. Baldwin m. Eliza Warner, dau. Deacon
Warner, of Cummington, Mass., a lady of great personal beauty,
intellectual endowments, and eminent piety. He was a man of
indomitable: energy, liberal views, elegant, courteous, social, refined,
intellectual, and enjoying in a high degree the confidence of the
community. Harvey, his second son, was b. at Ovid, Onondaga
county, iT. Y.; he was intending to study law, but prior to the
war of 1812, he entered a class in Military Science, and shortly
afterward was elected an officer of militia ; a few days subsequent,
his regiment was called to the defence of Oswego. His father and
eldest brother had already gone in command of a flotilla of boats,
just completed; and at the solicitation of his mother, he consented
to remain at home; but the noise of cannonading was too much,
and he caught up with his company. He was soon promoted to
the captaincy. He afterward studied law, and practiced with
ability and success, removing to Syracuse in 1826. His father
had a very large property, but was embarrassed from difficulties
growing mainly out of the war, and he and his brother under-
took the care of it. This led him into the purchase and sale of real

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666 Baldwin Genealogy.

estate. He acquired much wealth, and it is said his business in
real estate was at one time greater than that of any other individual
in Central New York. He was one of the originators of the Com-
mon School System, and of the State Agricultural Society. He
wrote and spoke untiringly in favor of the acquisition of Texas,
and as early as September, 1840, wrote an earnest letter to Presi-
dent Van Buren advocating the acquisition of California, as
furnishing the best territory and best harbors upon the Pacific.
He was the first Mayor of Syracuse, and a very popular one ; while
Mayor, he was nominated for Congress by the Democrat-, but
defeated. He was a man of nervous, untiring energy, unbending
integrity, of power as an orator, and of .very high standing as a
gentleman of wealth, taste, hospitality and ability. His oratory
w^as mainly exerted for projects of public improvement; though
gifted with graces of the imagination, his purposes were eminently
practical towards the public good.

893. Burnett P.

894. Irving D.

895. Harvey, in 1859, of Syracuse, X. Y. He states liis grandfatlier to liave
been from Connecticut, wliicli may mean that lie was tliere temporarily.

448. JOSEPH DOPvk « Cyrus '^ Samuel ' Samuel ^ Henry ^ Hen-
ry,^ m. Elizabeth F. Hubbard, and settled at Ann Arbor, Mich.;
there in January, 1876.

916. Edward Eugene, in 1876, a lawyer in Bolton, Hinds coimty, Miss., and
has one son.

917. James Clifford, 1876, of Sherman, Grayson county, Texas.

918. Mary Cleveland, m. .Joseph B. Davis, Assistant Professor in the English
Department of the Michigan University, at Ann Arbor. They have a s. Charles.

919. Charles Cutler, in 1876, in Ann Arbor.

449. SAMUEL CUTLERS Cyrus ^ Samuel^ Samuel ^ Henry ^
Henry ,1 m. Lucy Dickinson ; lives at Atlas, now Hadley, Lapeer
count V, Mich.

920. Edwin, dead.

921. Charles Elihu.

922. Susan, dead.

923. Juliana.

924. Edward, dead.

925. Edwin, dead.

470. CHAUXCEY ^ Ephraim ^ Samuel ^ Samuel ^ Henry ^ Hen-
ry ,i settled in AVindsor, Mass., where he was in 1830 ; and after-
ward in Hinsdale (X. Y.?) He m. Clarissa Hall.



Henry, of Wobuni, Massachusetts. 667

926. Seliada, d. infaut.

927. Harvey Warner, livins;, 1875, iu Pentwater, IVIicli.

928. Martha cVngeliuc, m. James Pease, aud d. in Dalton, Mass., Nov., 1871.
939. Henr}' Ward, m. Sarah Lawrence, of Daltou, and lives tliere.

He m. 2"''' Harriet Hume.

930. Cliarles Hume (Rev.), m. Elizabeth Cad_y McMartin. of Johnstown, X.Y.,
and iu 1875, is pastor of Mystic Congregational Church, of Medford, Mass.

931. Celina Sophia, m. Charles K. Brewster, of Worthiugton, Mass.
933. Caroline Moore, in 1875, inim.

933. Cathai-ine Edwards, in 1875, unm.

477. JOHX''' Rufus^ Isaac* John ^ Benjamin ^ Henry/b. June
28, 1778, iu Wyoming Valley, Penn.; taken to Connecticut a few
months after his birth, in a pillow case and on horseback, it is
said. He became a carpenter. He m., ]^ov, 5, 1801, Lucinda Ens-
worth, dan. Jesse and Lotilla (Dyer) Ensworth, of Canterbury,
Conn., where he d. Jan. 28, 1818, at 3 o'clock, a. m.

934. Alniira, b. Nov. 3, 1803, in Canterbury, Conn.; m., April 20, 1820,
Marvin Adams, a farmer, of Canterbury. Children: (1) Dwight Ripley, .June 11,
1823, in Lisbon, Conn.; m., 1849, Sarah Jones Hough, of Canterbury; has ones.,
and is a teacher. (2)Chloe Fitch, July 13, 1826; d. y. (3) George Martin, July 23,
1830; m. Mary Elizabeth, dau. Dr. Thomas Wilbur, of Scituate, Mass. (4) Ellen
Miranda, May 3, 1839; d. y. (5) John Q., March 13, 1844; m., Jan. 1, 1871, Maria
Elizabeth Westcott, at Natick R. I., where he resided, in 1878, as a teacher. She
d. December, 1873.

935. Miranda, b. Feb. 13, 1806; m., as his 2nd wife. Deacon Walter Williams,
of Canterbury, and d. there, May 1, 1867.

936. Lucinda, b. June 21, 1807; m.. May 1, 1837, Charles Adams, of Canter-
bury. She had two sons, Charles Henry aud Eddy, both dead.

937. John. 1). June 35, 1811. +

479. JAMES ^ Rufus^ Isaac * John ^ Benjamin - Henry ,i b. April
20, 1784; m. Mehitable Allen, of New York ; d. June 16, 1855.

947. Emily, m. David Herrou.

948. William A. , m. Emily Sly.

949. Hannah, m. Griswold Gillett.

950. Lucas, m. Sarah Lockesly.

951. Eliza, m. Edward Wescott.
953. Frances, m. Elisha Murray.

953. Ann, m. George Taggart.

954. Mary, m. David Phillips.

955. Julia, never m.

956. Su.san, m. A. Kinney.

957. Rufus, d. y.

480. JONATHAX^ Rufus '^ Isaac* John^ Benjamin-^ Henry i'
b. in Canterbury, Conn., March 9, 1786; settled at Salina, N. Y.,



668 Baldwin Genealogy.

and d. there, Aug. 12, 1822; m. Mary Carpenter, dau. Joseph and
Elizabeth, of Lancaster, IST. Y, ■

958. Augustus C, Dec. 24, 1817. +

959. Pamelia B., m. John Farnliam, her cousin, and is dead.

960. Mary B., d. unm.

482. WILLIA.M'5 Rufas^ Isaac ^ John ^ Benjamin ^ Henry,i b.
Oct. 17, 1790; m. Hope Low. His name was Bela, he adopting
that of William ; he d. in Lasalle county, 111., May, 1848 or 1849.

966. Hercules H.

484. EUFUS6 Rufus ^ Isaac ^ John ^ Benjamin ^ Henry,i b. May
17, 1795, in Canterbury, Conn.; d. at Addison, N. Y., Jan. 10,
1753; m. Pamelia Wombough, of Dutch descent, of Addison, N.Y.

972. Sarah, m. 'Rufus N. Weatherby in 1849, and had twoch. : Olive, 1851, m.,
1877, L. M. Manley; and Rufus, b. 1856; d. 1864.

973. AVilliam W., b.''1828; d. 1852.

974. Walter H., b. 1830; d. 1854.

975. Henry, b. 1831; m. Bella Bliss, in 1856; she d. 1863, leaving no ch. He
lives in Addison, N. Y. I am much indebted to him for an extended and clear
account of this branch of the family. He enlisted at the beginning of the war in
Company E, of the 34th New York Regiment, and w^as in many battles; he was
wounded at Fair Oaks. He was, in 1873, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors
of Steuben county, and is at present, 1875, Colonel of the 106th Regiment New
York.

976. James, b. 1833; m., 1855, Eunice C. Cowley. Children: Rufus, 1857,
m., 1878, Lettie Smith.

977. Rufus H., b. 1838; d. 1845.

978. Pamelia, b. 1840; m., 1860, Byron G. Stout, of Pontiac, Mich. ; had a s. in
1863, d. in 1878.

979. Hascle H., b. 1845; d. 1847.

486. ISAAC 6 Rufus ^ Isaac ^ John^ Benjamin ^ Henry ,2 b. March
22, 1799, in Canterbury, Conn.; m. Philene Campbell. He was a
carpenter and farmer; he d. Feb. 28, 1839.

981. Rufus, m. Maria Oliver.

983. Sarah F., m. Oliu.

983. Stanton, m. A. Morry.

984. .Jenkins.

985. Edmund.

489. ISAACS Thomas 5 Isaac * John ^ Benjamin'^ Henry,^ m. a
sister of the Hon. James Dunn ; in 1875, living in Elmira, N.Y.



Henry, of Wobarn, JIassachasdts. 669

994. John Davis +

995. Alexaiuk'r H.. in 1876, unni.

996. Susan C, dead; m. James Skidniore Baldwin, of New York City. 4-

997. Mary R.. m. Scott Rathbuu, and had an infant, d. y.

998. Dewitt C, dead.

999. Thomas D. +

1000. Charles, dead.

1001. William J., m. a lady of Elmira.

1002. Frances E., in 1876, living unni.

1003. Gordon W. +

490. VIXE** Thomas'^ Isaac ^ John ^ Benjamin ^ lien ry,^ was a
prominent citizen of Chemung, Chemung county, X. Y.

1004. Thomas, in 1875, of Troy, Penn.

1005. Vine, in 1875, of "Wellsborough, Penn.

1006. Robert C, in 1875, of Chemung, N. Y.

1007. Miles C, in 1875, of Chemung, and the Elmira daily paper, so often
referred to, says: "As well known a man as there is in the county."

1008. Daughter, m. the late Gen. Kress.

1009. Daughter, m. D. F. Pickering, of Elmira, N. Y\, formerly Sheriflf of
Ciiemung county, and Postmaster of Elmira.

1010. Morgan, d. in Michigan.

491. THOMAS 6 Thomas^ Isaac* John ^ Benjamin ^ Henry ,i d.
in the early part of this century.

1011. Thomas m. his cousin, da\i. Isaac, and removed to Ohio, where he still
has descendants, it is said.

492. GEORGE '' Thomas ^ Isaac * John ^ Benjamin ^ Henry ,i m.
a daughter of Jacob Beialeman, one of the earliest settlers of
Chemung, Chemung county, I^. Y.

1012. . Several of his sons and one m. dau. live at Ridgeburj', Brad-
ford county, Penn.

1013. Mark, lives, 1875, in Chemung, Chemung county, X. Y^.

493. MORGAN « Thomas s Isaac* John 3 Benjamin-^ Henry ,i m.
a daughter of John Sly, of Southport, N. Y. The Elmira paper
so often referred to, says he possessed some of the characteristics
of his uncle Waterman, having removed early to Michigan, where
he lived for a long time with only Indians for neighbors. He was
of great use to the Government and the early white settlers of
that region, acting frequently as interpreter and in a friendly way
to both. He lives, 1875, on the property originally settled, near
Flint, Mich., and at an advanced age, possesses excellent health
and strength. Only child at the East.

1014. John Sly, formerly of Elmira, N. Y. ; in 1875, of Washington, D. C.



670 Baldwin Genealogy.

494. MYRA^ Thomas -"^ Isaac* John =^ Benjamin- Henry ,i m.
Robert Covell, lately deceased.

1015. Robert, in 1875, merchant in Elmira, N. Y.

1016. Edward, in 1875, mereliant in Eimira, N. Y.

1017. Daughter, m. Hon. Hiram Gray, the eminent jurist.

She has other daughters living in the vicinity of Elmira.

495. EUNICE 6 Thomas 5 Isaac* John ^ Benjamin ^ Henry ,i m.
Elijah Depui, of Elmira; they removed to Tioga county, Penn.,
where they had a large property. She had four daughters.

1018. Jerusha, m. Tliomas L. Baldwin 6 Eleazer 5 Rufus 4 John 3 Tliomas 2
John Baldwin,! of Norwich. Thomas L. is a leading business man at Tioga, Penn.

1019. Myra C, m. Judge Maynard, of Williamsport, N. Y.

1020. Mary, m. Judge Henry Wisner, of Elmira, N. Y.

1030i. Eunice A., m. E. B. Campbell, of William.sport, Penn., general agent
for Phelps, Dodge & Co. , of New York.

1021. Eliza, m. J. S. Bush, of Tioga, Penn.

1021^. Anna R., m. Waldo W. Willard, of Williamsport, Penn.

505. LATIIROB^ Isaac -^ Isaac* John=^ Benjamin ^ Henry ,i b.
June 14, 1794; m. Sally Griswold.

1022. Isaac, b. Oct. 29, 1818; d. Aug. 31, 1849.

1022^. Alcinoe A., b. Aug. 24, 1823; m. William Matthews.

1023. Elmira, b. Sept. 27, 1825; m. William B. Knapp.

1023+. Lathrop, b. May 1, 1829; m. Ellen Tillotsou. He was Lieutenant Colonel
in the 107th Regiment New York Volunteers, and killed July 20, 1864, at the battle
of Peach Tree Creek, Ga. His widow and a dan. Belle are living October, 1879.
The Elmira Advertiser praises his devotedness, earnestness, patriotism and self-sac-
rificing spirit.

1024. Francis D , b. Feb. 17, 1831; m. D. L. Tillotson.

1025. Elisha G., b. Sept. 8, 1833; m. Elizabeth Curtiss, "and is living, October,
1879, in Elmira, N. Y. I am indebted to him for considerable information. He
has two daus. : Alice C. and Jane A.

1026. Sally, b. June 28, 1836; m. Alfred Leavitt.

507. GRANT 6 William 5 Isaac* John ^ Benjamin ^ Hen ry,i re-
sided in Elmira, and became Judge. The Elmira Advertiser says
he was one of the most prominent men in that part of the State,
a genial, happy, whole-souled gentleman, as popular as the day
was long, and that no record of the Vallej" was complete that does
not give a full account of him. His dwelling in Elmira stood on
"Water street, where now stands one of the Wyckoff' business
blocks. He is deceased.



Henry ^ of Woburn, 31assachasctts. 671

Wil. Janios. il. ill C'aliforiii;!.

1028. Josiali, (1. in Calit'oruia.

1029. Matt, lives iu the vicinity of Ilorselieads, Elmira, N. Y.

1030. Julia, m. Dr. Hepburn, who went from Elmira to California thirty years
ago; she, in the journey, ridinu' one thousand five hundred miles on a mule.

1031. Susan, m. J. Russell Thompson of Elmira.

1032. Azubah, m. a gentleman of New York City.

525. CYXTHIA^ Benjamin ^ Benjamin f Benjamin ^ Benjamin ^
Henry ,M^. in Bradford, A"t., Dec. 3, 1797; m. Giles Peckett, a
blacksmith, of Bradford.

1033. Cynthia, m. Lewis Brown, of St. Johusbur}', Vt.

1034. Mary, m. Thomas Brickett, of Boston, Mass.

1035. Frank, was a sea captain. He was on board the Glasgow, lost on her
voyage from Liverpool to Philadelphia, with not one person saved to tell l)y what
sad disaster.

1036. Ellen, m. Charles Browning, of Boston, Mass.

1037. 3Iaria. m. Edwin Plymptou, of Boston, Mass.

1038. Edwin, m. Mary Ann Worthen, of Bradford, and settled in Boston, Mass.

1039. James, m. and settled in Boston, Mass.

1040. John AYesley, m. and in business in Brooklyn, N. Y.

1041. Louisa, m. Dana Patten, a teacher in Winchester, Mass. ; in 1874, of
Portland, Me.

529. GEORGE PETERS ^ Benjamin P.^ Benjamin * Benjamin^-
b. Jan. 22, 1808, in Bradford, Vt. In early life, he was a whaler;
the vessel on which he sailed, on one Pacilic cruise, took fifty-
three sperm wliales, giving two thousand two hundred barrels of
oil. He was six years thus engaged, arriving at the position of
mate. Satisfied, he returned to Bradford. He m. Miss Lydia
Strickland. He was Town Clerk from 1846 to 1855, inclusive ;
Kepresentative in 1843, 1844 and 1847; State Senator in 1851 and
1852 ; Assistant Judge of Orange County Court in 1847 and 1848 ;
and County Commissioner in 1860 to 1862, inclusive. He retired
from business to Concord, Mass., but returned to Bradford, where
he was living in 1875.

1051. Lucy Emeline, b. July 24, 1840; m.. Sept. 5, 1861, Edward V. R. Evans,
lawyer, then of Piermont, N. H. ; afterward of Chelsea, ]Mass.

1052. Lydia Angeline, b. Sept. 30, 1841; m. Thomas Stanton Brownell, of
Colchester, Yt. ; a farmer.

1053. Benjamin George, b. Feb. 17, 1847. +

1054. Julia Isabelle, b. June 11. 1848: m., Aug. 22, 1869, Amos H. Brown,
and in 1873, lives in Fitchburg, Mass.

Two sons and two daughters d. in infancy.



672 Baldwin Genealogy.

530. JAMES WHITELAW« Benjamin P.^ Benjamin* Benja-
min, ^ b. in Bradford, Vt., Sept. 12, 1810; he m., Kov. 18, 1835,
Miss Hannah C. Bean, of Piermont, N. H. He has been long and
successfully engaged in business in Boston, Mass.; he resides in
Xorth Cambridge. He was an original Director of the Bank of
Commerce, and for several years President of the Faneuil Hall
Bank of Boston.

1055. Heleu Maria, b. Nov. 18, 1837; m. .J. Heiining Nason, of Cambridge,
and d. aged 33.

1056. Benjamin Gordon, b. Feb. 29, 1840; in 1873, he was engaged in mining
in Colorado.

1057. Annie Warren, b. Oct. 16, 1846; m. Henry W. K. Cutter, of Cambridge;
in 1876, of Cliicago. Tlieir dau. Helen Baldwin was b. April 26, 1875.

1058. Edward Everett, b. Aug. 7, 1848. +

1059. Eugene, b. Dec. 2, 1850; in 1873, a clerk in Boston.

1060. James W., b. Aug. 1, 1853.

1061. Hatlie Parks, b. .Jan. 4, 1856.

531. CHARLES COTESWORTH PINKNEY« Benjamin P.^
Benjamin* Benjamin,^ b. Dec. 28, 1812; he m., Dec. 31, 1835^
Miss Sarah Ann Woodward, of Haverhill, I^. H. They resided in
Bradford, where she d. Jan. 8, 1867. He was High Sheriff" of
Orange county from 1845 to 1861 ; U. S. Marshal for the District
of Vermont from 1861 to 1865 ; and Collector of Revenue in 1865.
He resigned this ofhce to settle in Iowa. In the fall of 1867, he
removed to Jessup, Iowa, where he resided in 1876. He m. 2"^'-
Jan. 20, 1869, Laura Kendrick. His letter, of July 30, 1876, is
postmarked Chatham, Buchanan county, Iowa.

1062. Sarah Mehitable, b. July 8, 1837; in 1873, she is living with her .sister
Helen.

1063. Lucy Adelaide, b. Sept. 1, 1839; iul876, .she is teaching in Freehold, N. J.

1064. Mary Elizabeth, b. Sept. 11, 1841; m. Theodore White, of Spencer, Iowa.
Their dau. Jennie May was b. Dec. 19, 1875.

1065. Jane Hitta, b. March 31, 1844; in 1873, teaching in Iowa.

1066. Charles H., b. March 31, 1844; d. Feb. 19, 1850.

1067. Helen Caroline, b. May 17, 1846; m., Jan. 21, 1870, Willis H. Gates, of
Sibley, Iowa. Children: Minnie W., March 15, 1873.

1068. James Whitelaw, b. April 3, 1850. +

1069. Susan, a teacher; m., Feb. 20, 1873, Barsilla Hovey; in 1876, Uviug at
• Jessup.

1070. Charles, b. Oct. 24, 1857; resides, 1876, in Chatham, Iowa.

The two younger children, in 1873, were living with their father.

536. JOII-N ^ Theophilus^ Benjamin* Benjamin,^ b. in Bradford,
Vt., and settled in IloUand, N. Y., where (information of C. C. P.



Henry, of Wobarn, Massachusetts. 6^3

B.) he m. a Root, aud settled in Palestine, 111.; he was living thet4\
in 1876.

1073. Son, living with liis father.

1074. Son, (1. in the ;irmy.

1075. Son, living, 1870, in PiTry, Iowa.

1076. Son, living, 1876, in Barclay, Iowa.

1077. Daughter.

547. GEORGE <5 Abs^alom^ Benjamin* Benjamin,^ b. in Brad-
ford, Vt., Nov. 24, 1817. He resided on the homestead ; a farmer,
and extensively engaged in cattle, which he sold in Boston. He
m., Dec. 25, 1840, Miss Planuah Merrill, of Bradford, b. Feb. 13,
1822.

1078. Abbie Wright, b. May 24, 1844.

1079. .Jesse Absalom, b. June 24, 1847.

1080. George Washington, b. June 25, 1852.

1081. Ida H., or Hannah Ida, 1). .Jan. 25, 1855.

In 1874, all living in Bradford.

556. EBENEZER6 Ebenezer^ Ebenezer * Benjamin,^ b. in Han-
over, Vt., April 12, 1792; m., Dec. 15, 1811, Rachel Chatfee, b. in
Westminster, Vt. He came to Ohio in 1812 ; stayed five years at
Salem, then in Geauga county, whence, in 1831, he came with his
father to Sandusky county, and settled in Woodville, where there
were then only five families. He d. of cholera, Aug. 6, 1834; his
widow is livino; in 1874. Thev had seven sons and three daugh-
ters, of whom, in 1874, only three sons and one daughter were
living. I know only

1082. Eleazer, b. 1813. +

1083. William. +

1084. Nelson T., b. in Cortland, N. Y., July 18, 1820. +

1085. Ebenezer, d. about 1849, unm.

1086. John, said to be living near Toledo, and m. three times or more.

570. ALPHEUS L." Eleazer ^ Ebenezer* Benjamin,M). in Or-
ford, N. H., April 18, 1808 ; in 1875, residing at Barton, Vt.

1089. Perces.

1090. Porter J.

1091. Permelia.

1092. Sarah.

1093. Emily.

575. ELEAZER B.," Eleazer^ Ebenezer* Beniamin,^ b. in Straf-
ford, Vt., April 30, 1818. In 1875, he resides in Sharon, Vt.; and I



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' n indebted to him for an account of his branch of the family from
the emigration from Hebron, Conn. He m., Jan. 31. 1842, Lucia
H. Brown, b. Feb. 18, 1821, at Straftbrd, Vt. His children were
all b. in Sharon, Vt.

1103. Willard II., b. May 14, 1843: m. Lucinda Martyn.

1104. Marcella L., b. Aug. 81, 1844.

1105. Francelia E., b. Dec. 24, 1845.

1106. George W., b. Aug. 31, 1847.

1107. Eleazer, b. June 26, 1849.

1108. Eurico H., b. March 31, 1851.

1109. Adella L., b. April 18, 1853.

1110. Emma, b. Marcli 1, 1855; m. Edward L. "Wells.

1111. Deo Datus, b. Feb. 16, 1857.

1112. William A., b. Oct. 16, 1858.

1113. Rufus C, b. March 22, 1862.

589. ALBERT 6 John ^EbenezerM^. March 9 or 10, 1810, in
Fairlee, Vt., he m., 1836, in Illinois, Miss Henrietta Shoemaker 5
living, 1876, in Clay Centre, Clay county, Kan.

1118. Jason, b. Nov. 7, 1837: d. in the army, Aug, 23, 1863, at Helena, Ark.

1119 Daughter, b. Nov. 7, 1837.

1120. Eugene, b. Oct. 21; 1839; killed, Feb. 4, 1864, by a shell, in the army,
at .Jackson, Tenn.

1121. Elizabeth, b. .June 30, 1842.

1122. Albert, b. .Jan. 10, 1845; d. Sept. 9, 1849.

1123. Henrietta, b. May 15, 1847.

1124. .John (twin), b. April 3. 1849.

1125. Daughter (twin), b. April 3, 1849.

1126. Almira A., b. .April 3, 1851.

1127. Alonzo, b. April 12, 1852; d. -July 28. 1854.

1128. Lillis, b. .July 10, 1855.

1129. Ella, b. April 17, 1857.

1130. Alice, b. June 2, 1860.

1131. Addie May, b. July 14, 1862; d. Aug. 13, 1864.

590. LUCINDA« John'- Ebenezer,MD. in Fairlee, Vt., Sept. 9,
1813; m. David Felton in Sharon, Vt., August, 1840. They set-
tled, the next year, in Millersburg, Mercer county, 111., where she
lives, July, 1876. He d. March 3, 1849.

1182. Herschel, b. Aug. 14, 1841; living, 1876, in Millersburg; wounded at the
battle of Prairie Grove, Ark., Dec. 8, 1862, in the late war in the Union armj\ and
discharged on that account.

1133. John B., b. Dec. 5, 1842; living, 1876, in Mercer county, 111.; wounded
in the Union army, but served through the war.

1134. Hiram H., b. April 10, 1845; d. Feb. 5, 1875.

1135. David A., b. Aug. 16, 1847; contracted disease in the late war, in the
Union army, and d. at home, April 6, 1864.



Henry, of Woburn, 31assachiisetts. 675

591. ELIJAIF' Elijalv^DanicPr>aniel,MD. Sept. 23, 1782; lived
iu Dover, but now, 1876, iu Wardsborou.o-h, Vt.; m. Polly Evans.

1136. Iliraiii. h. in 1807. +

1137. Florimla.

1138. Masou.+

1139. Mary.

592. ASENATH« Elijah ' Daniel* Daniel,^ b. 1785 ; ra. Jones ;
settled in Homer, iST. Y., and had ten ch., of whom the youngest is

1139i. Calista, m. Sliubael R. Baldwin T Shubacic Shubacl.s

She d. March 13, 1876.

598. RUFUS ^ Elijah ^ Daniel,* b. Dec. 22, 1798 ; removed about
1825, to Lenox, Madison county, N". Y. He m. Lucy Ufford, and
d. not far from 1845.

1140. Charles.

1141. Frederick, thought to be killed in battle in the late war.

1142. Otis Ira.

1143. Elvira.

1144. Franklin, d. aged 32, In a Southern hospital.

1145. Eliza, m. iu 1850, .John Porter; and in 1877, living in Knoxborough,
N. Y. She has ch. : Ada, m. Henry Stanford, of Knoxborough; and Minnie, m.
Clayton Lewin, of Vernon, N. Y, ; and four other ch.

1146. Sidney.

1147. Allen."

1148. Rowena.

1149. Edward.

1150. Alfred, d. aged 18, iu a Southern hospital.

599. ASHER '' Elijah ^ Daniel * Danie^^* b. in Vermont, Nov. 3,
1802 or 1801 ; m., Oct. 2, 1828, Wealthy Ferry, b. Feb. 12, 1812, at
Rome, X. Y. He d. March 11, 1872.

1151. .James A., Ij. Oct. 8, 1829, at Rome, K Y. ; d. .July, 1830.

1152. Elijah, b. May 12, 1831; d. Nov. 22, 1831.

1153. Lydia E., b. Dec. 1, 1832; m. W. R. Freeman.

1154. A.sher, b. May 15, 1836, at Chittenango, N. Y. +

1155. Sylvester C, b. May 17, 1839. + •



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