Edward Neville Emmons.

The Emmons family genealogy : a record of the emigrant Thomas Emmons of Newport, Rhode Island, with many of his descendants from 1639 to 1905 online

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+ 1010. iii. Mary Rachel, " 7 July 1867.

+ 1011. iv. Minnie Lill, " 13 Apr. 1871.

+ 1012. V. Clara Edith, " 8 Oct. 1873.

1013. vi. Bernice Lenora, " 25 Sept. 1880.



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[574] ORSON LANDON, (bro. of Morton A.) shoe-
maker; b. Caughdenoy, N. Y., 10 June, 1845; m. 25 Dec,
1867, Susan Helen, dau. of George W. Rice and Sarah Jane
Edner; she d. 24 Nov., 1896; he res. Natural Bridge, N. Y.



[576] OSBORN SMEDLEY, (bro. of Orson L.) car-
penter and boat-builder; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 3 Aug., 1850;
m. 15 Nov., 1873, at Kenney, 111., Venus Adelle, dau. of
John Nearing and Helen Jane Relyea; b. Liverpool, N. Y.,
26 Sept., 1853; res Brewerton, N. Y.

Children: b. near Brewerton, N. Y.

1014. i. Pearl Jane, b. 3 Nov. 1874; d. 11 June 1875.

1015. ii. John Orson, " 11 May 1876; " 3 Aug. 1879.

1016. iii. Nearing Landon, " 30 May 1883.

1017. iv. Orson John, " 3 Aug. 1886.

1018. V. H.ARRY Morton, " 13 Nov. 1888.



[577] ULYSSA ASENATH EMMONS 9, (Henry «,
Benjamin'^, Jonathan 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan'*, Samuel 3,
Obadiah^, Thomas ^) dau. of Henry Emmons and Sally
Maria Simmons; b. Alps, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., 29 Nov.,
1843; m. , Ray Orman, carpenter; she d. Brewer-
ton, N. Y., 11 Feb., 1899; he res. Syracuse, N. Y.

Children: b. Brewerton, N. Y.
+ 1019. i. Lena Rebecca, b. 14 Aug. 1876.

+ 1020. ii. RoLLA Gushing, " 4 Oct. 1879.

1021. iii. Roe Robert, " 7 Sept. 1881 ; unm.; res. Syracuse.

[581] GEORGE W. EMMONS^, (Hiram^, Benjamin^
Jonathan 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Obadiah^,
Thomas ^) carpenter; s. of Hiram Emmons and Eucretia

Bellows; b. Caughdenoy, N. Y., 9 April, 1848; m. , 1880,

Celia Dent of Blissfield, Mich., res. Waukegan, 111.



134 THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION

Children :

1022. i. PerlEy D., b. 18 Sept. 1881; Blissfield, Mich.

1023. ii. Florence v., " 28 Jan. 1897; Waukegan, 111.



[582] HELEN G., (sis. of George W.) b. Brewerton,
N. Y., 18 Oct., 1851; m. 25 Nov., 1872, at Pikeville, Wis.,
John K. French, carpenter; she d. Kankekee, 111., 17 Oct.,
1888; he res. Waukegan, 111.

Children :

+ 1024. i. Minnie, b. 11 Oct. 1874.

1025. ii. Addie, " 16 Mar. 1877; Antioch, 111.; res.Waukegan

1026. iii. Helen G., " 27 Jan. 1884; Millburn, 111.



[583] GENEVIEVE S., (sis. of Helen G.) b. Antioch,
111., 3 Feb., 1855; m. 22 Sept., 1883, Miner W. Smith, far-
mer; res. Valley Centre, Kan.

Children :

1027. i. William H., b. 2 May 1886.

1028. ii. James, " 11 Jan. 1890.



*[584] BENJAMIN EMMONS BRAINARD^, (Min-
nie^, Benjamin'^, Jonathan*^, Jonathan^, Jonathan*, Sam-
uel^, Obadiah-, Thomas ^) farmer; s. of John W. Brainard
and Minnie A. M. Emmons; b. 27 June, 1876; m. 28 Feb.,
1898, Lillian Nash, of Unionville, O. ; res. Harpersfield, Ohio.



[587] MARTHA JANE WALKER ^ (Mary^, Brain-
ard^, Jonathan 6, Jonathan ^ Jonathan*, Samuel 3, Oba-
diah-, Thomas ^) dau. of Isaac Walker and Mary Brainard
Emmons; b. Northville, 111., 18 Aug., 1848; m. 12 Dec, 1867,
WilHam H. Gunsel, farmer, b. Lynn, N. Y., 6 April, 1840;
res. Albuquerque, New Mexico.



THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION 1 35

Children :

+ 1029. i. Maynard, b. 5 Dec. 1869.

1030. ii. MyrTELLE L., '■ 22 June 1872; unm. ; res. Albuquerqne.

1031. iii. Irmine Zenobia, " 12 June 1874 ; unm. ; physician, practicing
*1032. iv. Bernard Willis, " 30 May 1881. [in Chambersburgh, Pa.

[589] AUGUSTA EMMONS 9, (William «, Brainard^,
Jonathan 6, Jonathan -^ Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Obadiah-,
Thomas ^) dau. of William Darius Emmons and Martha
Jane Beckett; b. Canada, April 1847; m. 1st Thomas Thom-
son; 2d, Louis Molander.

Children: by 1st husband.

1033. i. Martha.

by 2d husband.

1034. ii. Florence.

1035. iii. Mabel.

[590] DARIUS, (bro. of Augusta) farmer; b. near
Beckett Hills, Canada, 10 Oct., 1849; m. 24 Dec, 1874,
Emma Spears, b. Shabbona, 111., 8 Jan., 1855; res. Earl-

ville, 111.

Darius was enrolled in Co. F. 141st Regt. 111. Vols.,
June 7, 1864; enlisted in Co. H. 150th Regt., March 2, 1865 ;
was discharged 12 Sept., 1865.

Children: b. Shabbona, 111.
+ 1036. i. Cloe v., b. Jan. 1877.

+ 1037. ii. AcTAH M., " 24 May 1879.

+ 1038. iii. Eva E., " 14 Aug. 1882.

1039. iv. Franklin R., " 3 Apr. 1889.

1040. V. Golden L., " 22 Dec. 1891.

1041. vi. Gladys M., " 26 Aug. 1898; East Paw Paw, 111.

[594] MARTHA JANE POWELL^, (Cynthia C.^,
Brainard", Jonathan 6, Jonathan -^ Jonathan"^, Samuel 3,
Obadiah-, Thomas ^) dau. of John Powell and Cynthia C.
Emmons; b. Wellandport, Can., 19 Jan., 1851; unm.; res.
Sutherland, la.



136 THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION

Miss Powell was engaged as a teacher in the Shaw
University, Raleigh, N. C, for several years, covering the
period from 1876 to 1892. During this time, she assisted
in forming missionary circles among the women of the
colored churches, and through them several colored mis-
sionaries were sent to Africa.

One of her students, Mr. J. O. Hays, went as a mis-
sionary to Liberia, and was supported there by the colored
Baptists of North Carolina. Another was supported by the
colored Methodists. One, a young woman student, was
sent to the Congo Free States, by the Woman's Baptist
Missionary Society (white) of the west.



[595] THEODORE WILSON, (bro. of Martha) far-
mer; b. Niagara District, Can., 11 March, 1854; m. 29 Oct.,
1874, Frances Almeda Kennicutt; res. Sutherland, la.

Children: b. Shabbona, 111.

+ 1042. i. Herman H., b. 30 July 1875.

*1043. ii. Raymond Daniel, " 23 Oct. 1876.

*1044. iii. Everett OuvER, " 25 Dec. 1877.

1045. iv. Theodore D., " 18 Nov. 1880.

1046. V. ZiLLA Eva, " 27 Feb. 1899 ; Sutherland, la.

[596] IDA FRANCES, (sis. of Theodore W.) b. Sand-
wich, 111., 4 May, 1857; m. 7 Feb., 1887, Henry Michael
Hoefling, b. Germany, 1865, d. Seattle, Wash., 28 Oct., 1891;
she res. Sutherland, la.

Mrs. Hoefling has undergone amputation of one of her
limbs just below the knee, resulting from an injury to her
ankle, in the spring of 1898, caused by a nail in a defective
sidewalk.

[597] ETTA MAY, (sis. of Ida F.) b. Shabbona, 111.,
25 May, 1864; m. 30 March, 1882, Herbert T. Leyson, rail-
road engineer, b. Shabbona, d. Eagle Grove, la., 19 June,
1900; she res. Eagle Grove, la.



THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION 1 37

Children :

*1047. i Maud May, b. 13 May 1885; Shabbona, 111.

1048. ii. Theodora Etta, " 18 Sept. 1892; Eagle Grove, la.

1049. iii. Albert, " 23 Feb. 1899; Eagle Grove, la.



[600] VIOLA THOMAS 9, (OrindaS, Brainard^, Jona-
than s, Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Obadiah-, Thom-
as ^) dau. of Amos J. Thomas and Orinda J. Emmons; b.
Sandwich, 111., 4 Sept., 1856; m. 31 Dec, 1878, A. L. Mark-
ley; res. Missoula, Mont.

Children :

1050. i. M.A.UD, b. 28 Sept. 1879; Sandwich, 111.

1051. ii. M.\BEL, " 14 Sept. 1881 ;Shelbina, Mo.

1052. iii. Jessie, " 9 Mar. 1883;Shelbina, Mo.



[602] FRANK, (bro. of Viola) b. Sandwich, 111., 26
Sept., 1867; m. 20 April, 1892, Jennie Murchel; res. Misso-
ula, Mont.



[604] AMOS J. THOMAS 9, (Amanda «, Brainard",
Jonathan 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan-*, Samuel 3, Obadiah 2,
Thomas ^) merchant; s. of James W. Thomas and Amanda
Matilda Emmons; b. Gainesboro, Can., 24 Nov., 1854; m.
6 Oct., 1878, Kate E. Duffy, b. Milwaukee, Wis., 29 April,
1858; res. Chicago, 111.

Children: b. Chicago.

1053. i. James William, b. 13 Apr. 1883; d. 9 July 1886.

1054. ii. Patrice Jesse, " 13 May 1891.



[606] WILLIAM, (bro. of Amos J.) saloon keeper; b.
Sandwich, 111., 19 May, 1860; m. 18 April, 1894, Amaha
Mutsch, b. 18 June, 1874; res. Chicago, 111.



138 THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION

[607] IDA MAY SCOTT 9, (Juliet «, Brainard^, Jona-
than 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan *, Samuel 3, Obadiah^, Thom-
as ^) dau. of Walter Scott and Juliet Emmons; b. Sand-
wich, 111., 7 March, 1862; m. 8 Sept., 1883, Henry Martin
Cone, railroad conductor; b. West Paw Paw, 111., 5 March,
1854; res. Chicago, 111.

Children :

1055. i. Florence Emma, b. 19 July 1884 ; Aurora, 111.

1056. ii. Ned Scott, " 4 Sept. 1894; Aurora, 111.
10.57. Hi. PauunE Harriet, " 1 Oct. 1897; Chicago, 111.

[610] MAGGIE BELLE CULVERS, (Ann^, Brain-
ard'', Jonathan 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Oba-
diah^, Thomas ^) dau. of Cyrus F. Culver and Ann Eliza-
beth Emmons; b. Sandwich, 111., 18 Aug., 1863; m. 6 July,
1882, George Scott, farmer, b. Dunville, Ont., 25 May, 1856;
res. Dallas, Ore.

Children :

1058. i. Walter, b. 19 Aug. 1883; d. 8 June 1890.

1059. ii. Edna Elizabeth, " 2 Apr. 1887 ; Gilby, N. Dak.

1060. iii. Nada Leone, " 26 Apr. 1891 ; Beuna Vista, Ore.

1061. iv. George Earl, " 27 Aug. 1893; Buena Vista, Ore.

1062. V. Raymond Moody, " 16 Oct. 1897; Buena Vista, Ore.

1063. vi. Vera, " 4 Oct. 1899; d. 17 Dec. 1899.

[611] CHARLES BRAINARD, (bro. of Maggie B.)
farmer; b. State Center, la., 11 Feb., 1866; m. 15 Sept., 1891,
LilHe May PoweU, b. Lewisville, Ore., 13 Oct., 1869; res.
Fisher, Ore.

Children :

1064. i. Norman Alin, b. 12 June 1893; Buena Vista, Ore.

1065. ii. Roy Laurance, " 26 Jan. 1897; Buena Vista, Ore.

1066. iii. Edward Emmons, " 23 June 1902; Shelburn, Ore.

*[614] CLARENCE B., (bro. of Charles B.) mechanic;



THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION 1 39

b. Remington, Ind., 21 April, 1876; m. 15 Aug., 1900, Maud
Hardwick, b. Umatilla, Ore., 14 Feb., 1884; res. Albany, Ore.
Children :

1067. i. Hazel, b. 4 Aug. 1901 ; Albany, Ore.

[615] EDNA P., (sis. of Clarence B.) b. Hudson, Wis.,
3 March, 1880; m. 9 Sept., 1899, Preston W. Walton, pipe
layer; res. Corvallis, Ore.

[617] ROB ROY EMMONS 9, (Elmer s, Brainard^,
Jonathan 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Obadiah^,
Thomas ^) s. of Elmer E. Emmons and Mary Wagner; b.
Sandwich, 111., 10 Oct., 1877; m. 12 May, 1902, Mary
Emma Davison; res. Buena Vista, Ore.

Children :

1068. i. Vivian LEE, b. 29 Aug. 1903; Buena Vista, Ore.

[624] MARION V. WICKS 9, (Lucinda^, Isaac', Jona-
than^, Jonathan 5, Jonathan 4, Samuel^, Obadiah-, Thom-
as ^) dau. of David Wicks and Lucinda Emmons; b. iVntioch,
111., 27 March, 1846; m. 25 Feb., 1863, Francis A. Bigelow,
stationary engineer, b. Adrian, Mich., 24 Nov., 1841; res.
Toledo, O.

Children:

-M069. i. Ada Marion, b. 10 Jan. 1864.

4-1070. ii. Cora O., " 23 Jan. 1868.

[635] HENRIETTA LEACH^, (SophroniaS, Isaacs
Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Obadiah 2,
Thomas ^) dau. of Hiram Leach and Sophronia Emmons;

b. Brewerton, N. Y., 1 Jan., 1840; m. 1866, McCann;

she d. 1870.

Children :

1071. i. Adella, b. Wilkinson, Mich.



140 THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION

[627] ROSALTHA A. LEACH, (sis. of Henrietta) b.
Antioch, 111., 15 March, 1849; m. Charles E. Brown; she
d. 15 July, 1871.

Children :

1072. i. William, b. Muskegon, Mich. ; res. Chicago, 111.



[628] IvEROY ALBERT EMMONS 9, (Chauncey^,
Isaac '^, Jonathan^, Jonathan 5, Jonathan'*, Samuel 3, Oba-
diah^, Thomas ^) laborer; s. of Chauncey B. Emmons and
Chloe R. Wood; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 6 March, 1842; m. 31
Jan., 1867, Mary E. Landers, who d. 25 Feb., 1868; m. 2d,
10 April, 1869, Madora A. Foster, b. 28 June, 1847, d. 16
Dec, 1888; he res. Brewerton, N. Y.

Mr. Emmons enlisted at Brewerton, Sept. 3, 1862, in
Co. H., 149th Regt. N. Y. S. Inf. Vols., Robert E. Hopkins,
Captain, and H. A. Barnum, Colonel. He was with his
regiment in nearly all of its engagements with the enemy,
and in its march under Gen. Sherman, from Chattanooga to
Savannah. At the battle of Chancellorville, a bullet clipped
a piece from his left ear, missing the jugular vein by an
eight of an inch. He was promoted a corporal, and was
color bearer on the return march from Savannah to Raleigh,
N. C. He was present at the final muster June 22nd, 1865.

Children: by 2d wife.



+ 1073.




Albert Leroy, b. 12 Oct.


1870.




+ 1074.


ii.


Mary Arvilla,


' 10 June


1872.




+ 1075.


iii.


Claretta Adell, '


' 16 June


1874.




+ 1076.


iv.


Myrtle May,


' 8 Aug.


1875.




1077.


V.


LiNFORD Charles, '


' 16 Aug.


1877;


Hastings, N. Y. ; unm.


+ 1078.


vi.


Rosa Belle,


' 16 Oct.


1878.




1079.


vii.


Warren, '


' 30 June


1881


West Monroe, N. Y.


+ 1080.


viii.


Madora Sophia, '


' 28 May


1883.




1081.


ix.


Nathan B.,


' 17 Apr.


1885;


Clare, Mich.



[629] WARREN CHAUNCEY, (bro. of Leroy A.) b.
Brewerton, N. Y., 27 Oct., 1844; enlisted Sept. 9th, 1864, in



THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION I4I

the 184th Regt. N. Y. S. Inf. Vols., at the age of 19; was
promoted corporal; and while doing garrison duty on the
James River, was attacked with typhoid fever and died in
the field hospital at Harrison's Landing, Va., 30 Jan., 1865.

*[631] ESTELLA CHLOE, (sis. of Warren C.) b.
Brewerton, N. Y., 27 April, 1849; m. 1 June, 1869, Frank
C. Auringer, laborer, b. near Brewerton, 26 Oct., 1846;
committed suicide 8 April, 1874. She has remarried, and
res. Central Square, N. Y.

[633] FRANK THEODORE, (bro. of Esteha C.)
dealer in wholesale fruits; b. Antioch, 111., 2 Dec, 1854; m.
1 Jan., 1877, Susie Carter, who d. 14 June, 1885; m. 2d, 24
Jan., 1894, Emma May, dau. of Walter and Lovina Sim-
mons; b. Granby, N. Y., 26 Nov., 1871; res. Syracuse, N. Y.

Children: by 1st wife.

+ 1082. i. GuRNON Z.WAN, b. 14 July 1880.

[634] ARABELIv OPHELIA, (sis. of Frank T.) b.
Brewerton, N. Y., 20 Sept., 1860; m. 21 Sept., 1881, John
Wesley Orman, laborer, b. Brewerton, 30 March, 1860; res.
Central Square, N. Y.

Children :

+ 1083. i. Arvill.a. Chloe, b. IS June 1882.

1084. ii. Arthur Thom.\s, " 30 Nov. 1884; Brewerton, N. Y.

1085. iii. Earl Robert, " 8 Dec. 1887; Brewerton, N. Y.

1086. iv. Lizzie F. Blanche, " 23 Sept. 1892; Brewerton, N. Y.

1087. V. Floyd John, " 11 Apr. 1900; Central Square, N. Y.

[635] ISAAC BRAINARD, (bro. of Arabell O.) far-
mer; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 27 July, 1861; m. 1 Jan., 1885,
Carrie Irene Kinne, b. Brewerton, 13 Oct., 1862; she pro-
cured a divorce, 2 Nov., 1901, and has remarried.



142 THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION

[640] GURDON H. ADAMS s, (OrindaS, Lydia^,
Jonathan 6, Jonathan s, Jonathan 4, Samuel 2, Obadiah^,
Thomas ^) merchant; s. of Gideon Adams and Orinda
Hoskins; gr-s. of Gurdon and Lydia (Emmons) Hoskins;
b. Verona, N. Y., 4 Sept., 1855; m. 17 May, 1885, Orma L.
Croswhite, b. Missouri, 18 April, 1860; res. Kalispell, Mont.

[645] MARVIN B. HOSKINS^, (Cyrenus^, Lydia^,
Jonathan 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan 4, Samuel 3, Obadiah^,
Thomas ^) s. of Cyrenus P. Hoskins and Sophia I. Bortle;
gr-s. of Gurdon and Lydia (Emmons) Hoskins; b. Brewerton,
N. Y., 1 Jan., 1847; m. 19 July, 1865, Ella A. Sherman, b.
Illinois, 7 Feb., 1852, d. 17 June, 1902.

Marvin served three years in the Civil war. In the
spring of 1881 he deserted his wife and three children, and
has not been heard from since.

Children :

+ 1088. i. Fannie G., b. 4 Nov. 1866.

1089. ii. Arthur W., " 16 Sept. 1869; res. Princeton, Minn.

1090. iii. Charlotte, " 3 Oct. 1872; d. 22 July 1879.

1091. iv. Maude, " 20 Aug. 1880; " 5 Sept 1881.

[646] MILLARD F. HOSKINS, (bro. of Marvin B.)
farmer; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 26 May, 1848; m. 27 March,
1870, Martha A. Wilkinson, b. Jefferson Co., N. Y., res.
Grandmarsh, Wis.

Children: b. Adams Co., Wis.

1092. i. Edgar A., b. 24 Feb. 1871; d. 12 Mar. 1871.
+ 1093. ii. Lillian E., " 28 Feb. 1872.

+ 1094. iii. Frederick E., " 7 June 1875.

[648] ESTHER LYDIA HOSKINS, (sis. of Millard
F.) b. Adams Co., Wis., 26 Dec, 1854; m. 25 April, 1878,
Andrew Hansen Ebsen, farmer, b. Denmark, 21 Dec, 1852;
she d. 9 July, 1894; he res. Grandmarsh, Wis.



THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION 1 43

Children: b. Grandmarsh, Wis.

1095. i. SoPHi.\, b. 13 Xov. ISSl.

1096. ii. MiLO Cyrexus, " 4 Feb. 1885.

1097. iii. H.\RRY Andrew, " 24 Sept. 1891.



[649] HOMER A. HOSKINS, (bro. of Esther L.) far-
mer; b. Adams Co., Wis., 14 May, 1857; m. 3 Nov., 1884,
Katie Davenport, b. Ionia Co., Mich., 25 Aug., 1864; res.
Long Beach, Cal.

Children :

1098. i. Leox U., b. 26 Sept. 1887; Saginaw Co., Mich.

[6o0] ARTHUR MOXROE JEXXIXOS^, (Lydia C. »,
Lydia", Jonathan*^, Jonathan 5, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Oba-
diah-, Thomas ^) harness maker; s. of Eumenes Jennings
and Lydia C. Hoskins; gr-s. of Gurdon and Lydia (Em-
mons) Hoskins; b. Brewerton, X^. Y., 8 Dec, 1843; m.

Oct., 1868, Mary McBroom, b. Dubuque, la., d. 12 Jan.,
1870; m. 2d, 8 Aug., 1877, Sarah Robinson, b. Apple River,

Wis., 4 Jan., 1853. d. Feb., 1896; m. 3d, 18 Aug., 1899,

Mrs. Susan J. Chandler, b. Vermont, 3 July, 1843; res.
Fitzgerald, Ga.

Mr. Jennings enHsted Oct., 11th, 1861, in Co. C. 3d
Regt. Minn. Inf. \^ols. The regiment was captured at
Murfreesboro, Tenn., July 13, 1862, by the Confederate
General Forest. They were paroled, and sent to Benton
Barracks, St. Louis, Mo. While there, the Indian out-
break in Minnesota occured, and the regiment was sent
against them. About the time the Indians were quieted
the regiment was exchanged, and ordered to the front,
where they took part in the siege of Vicksburg. After its
surrender they were sent up the river to Helena, Ark., from
whence they marched to Little Rock, then held by the
Rebel General Price. After he was driven out they re-
mained in Arkansas until Arthur was discharged. He re-
enlisted Aug. 15, 1864, and was discharged Sept. 2, 1865.



144 'fHE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION

A pension of $10.00 was granted him in 1898 for general
disability.

Children: by 2d wife.

1099. i. Arthur T., b. 25 Sept. 1878; d. Aug. 1879.

+ 1100. ii. Roy, " 25 Nov. 1879.

1101. iii. Myra, " 9 Mar. 1882; " 28 Sept. 1896.

1102. iv. Florence, " 9 May 1884; St. Edwards, Neb.

1103. V. George, " 1 June 1886; Columbus, Neb.

1104. vi. Edith, " 21 Oct. 1889; d. 19 Sept. 1896.

1105. vii. May, " 14 Feb. 1896; " 25 Sept. 1896.

[651] EDGAR O. JENNINGS, (bro. of Arthur M.)

farmer; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 8 June, 1849; m. , 1879,

Mary G. Wadsworth; he d. 1889; she res. Albert Lea, Minn.

Children :

1106. i. Guy, b. 15 Nov. 1877; Albert Lea, Minn.

1107. ii. Nellie, " 24 Aug. 1881, Tyler, Minn.

1108. iii. Elizabeth, " 21 July 1886; Tyler, Minn.

[652] DEALTON N. JENNINGS, (bro. of Edgar O.)
farmer; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 5 June, 1851 ; m. 18 June, 1896,
Jennie Augusta Land, b. Warners, N. Y., 10 Sept., 1864;
res. St. Edwards, Neb.

Children :

1109. i. Clarence Earl, b. 21 Mar. 1900; St. Edwards, Neb.

[653] MARY JENNINGS, (sis. of Dealton N.) b.

Brewerton, N. Y., 3 Jan., 1854; m. , 1879, Luther

Locke; res. Tacoma, Wash.

Children :

1110. i. Edith, b. 1881; Armstrong, Minn.

1111. ii. Walter, " 1885; Redfield, Dak.

1112. iii. Hazel, " 1893; Tacoma, Wash.

[654] GEORGE JENNINGS, (bro. of Mary) farmer;



THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION 1 45

b. Brewerton, N. Y., 3 Oct., 1856; m. 12 Feb., 1889, Neallie
Baker, b. Palatine, 111., 16 May, 1867; res. Albert Lea, Minn.
Children: b. Armstrong, Minn.

1113. i. WiLLARD, b. 29 Oct. 1892.

1114. ii. WiLUS, " 29 Oct. 1892.

1115. iii. Gladys, " 2 June 1895.

1116. iv. Dewey, " 6 July 1898.



[655] ELLA JENNINGS, (sis. of George) b. Antioch,
111., 25 Nov., 1858; m. 18 Sept., 1881, Samuel Judge, d. 25
Aug., 1886; m. 2d, 18 Aug., 1889, Albert Braga; res. Albert
Lea, Minn.

Children: by 1st husband.

1117. i. Bessie, b. 28 Feb. 1885; Albert Lea, Minn.

by 2d husband.

1118. ii. Clyde, " 13 Dec. 1893; Albert Lea, Minn.



[661] HANNAH ELIZABETH AURINGER^, (Cyn-
thia*, Samuel^, Jonathan 6, Jonathan -5, Jonathan^, Samuel 3,
Obadiah^, Thomas ^) dau. of Abner Foster Auringer and
Cynthia Maria Emmons; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 4 July, 1841;
m. 1 Oct., 1865, William R. Nichols; m. 2d, 30 June, 1874,
John A. Benedict, res. Constantia, N. Y.

Children: by 1st husband.

+ 1119. i. Rosa Almina, b. 27 June 1866.

by 2d husband.

1120. ii. Lewis Burton, " 22 Apr. 1877; West Monroe, N.Y.; unni.
+ 1121. iii. Achsah Llla. " 14 Nov. 1879.



[662] MARIA JANE AURINGER, (sis. of Hannah
E.) b. Brewerton, N. Y., 17 July, 1844; m. 16 Aug., 1863,
Eli Stillman Reed, farmer, b. 14 April, 1842, d. 16 Jan., 1889;
she res. Plainville, N. Y.



146 THE EMMONS FAMILY



NINTH GENERATION



Children :

+ 1122. i. Clara AdellE,

+ 1123. ii. Cora Belle,

+ 1124. Hi. John Alvin,

+ 1125. iv. Mary Ann,

1126. V. ViNNiE ArmEnta,

+ 1127. vi. Lulu Almada,

1128. vii. Earl Ambrose,

+ 1129.viii. Armina R.,

1130. ix. George Emery,



b. 1 Jan. 1866

" 26 May 1868

" 6 Feb. 1871

" 9 July 1873

" 20 Dec. 1876

" 1 Mar. 1878

" 25 Jan. 1880

" 27 Mar. 1882

" 1 Aug. 1885



d. 28 May 1888.



[663] FRANKLIN C. AURINGER, (bro. of Maria J.)
farmer; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 26 Oct., 1846; m. 1 June, 1869,
Estella Chloe, dau. of C. B. Emmons and Chloe R. Wood;
b. Brewerton, 27 April, 1849; he committed suicide by
hanging, 8 April, 1874; she remarried.

[664] ADELINE L. AURINGER, (sis. of FrankHn C.)
b. Brewerton (?),N.Y., 4 Oct., 1849; m. 4 Oct., 1868, William
Bisbo.

Children :

+ 1131. 1. Lily, b. 2 Oct. 1869.



[665] GEORGE HENRY AURINGER, (bro. of Ade-
line ly.) farmer; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 24 June, 1856; m. 14
Oct., 1877, Minnie Amelia Shaw; res. Hilbert, Wis.

Children :

+ 1132. i. LiLLiE Lucretia, b. 30 July 1878.

+ 1133. ii. Daisy BellE, " 6 Apr. 1883.

1134. iii. Edith Cynthia, " 28 Sept. 1886; Lamson, Minn.

1135. iv. Alden Foster, " 9 May 1891; Lamson, Minn.



[666] FRANCES CALKINS^, (Almeda*, SamueF,
Jonathan*^, Jonathan 5, Jonathan^, Samuel"^, Obadiah^,



THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION 1 47

Thomas 1.) dau. of Benjamin Calkins and Almeda Emmons;
b. English Prairie, 111., 2 May, 1848; m. 3 May, 1866, Augus-
tus M. White, farmer, b. Stoneville, O., 10 April, 1846; d.
Stockbridge, Wis., 1 June, 1882; she res. Stockbridge.

Mr. White was a private in Co. B. r2th Regt. Wis.
U. S. Inf., during the civil war.

Children :
+ 1136 i. Gl.^dys a., b. 3 Mar. 1867.

1137. ii. Flora A., " 6 July 1S6S; d. 30 June 1S71.

+ 1138. iii. May Belle, " 5 Apr. 1872.

1139. iv. Adelbert R., "27 Sept. 1873; " 1 Nov. 1873.

+ 1140. V. Lewis B., " 13 Nov. 1874.

1141. vi. Gilbert E.. " 11 Dec. 1881; - 7 Mar. 1885.

[668] ALFRED A. SHAW 9, (Lucretia^, Samuel",
Jonathan 6, Jonathan 5, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Obadiah-',
Thomas 1.) farmer; s. of Alvina A. Shaw and Lucretia
Emmons; b. Antioch, DL, 14 July, 1846; m. 22 Feb., 1865,
Emma A., dau. of James M. Hawkins; b. Waupun, Wis.,
12 May, 1847; res. Verndale, Minn.

When seventeen years of age, Mr. Shaw enlisted in Co.
A. 21st Regt. Wis. Inf.; was with his regiment in aU of its
engagements while on its march from Chattanooga to the
sea; was transferred to the 3d Wis. Vet. Vols., where he re-
mained until the close of the war. He is a Notary and
Collector in \'erndale.

Children :

+ 1142. i. Cora E., b. 28 Oct. 1866.

+ 1143. ii. James A.. ' 14 Feb. 1871.

+ 1144. iii. Nettie E., " 20 May 1876.

1145. iv. Myrtle M., " 13 May 1884.

[669] MIXXIE AMELIA SHAW, (sis. of Alfred A.)
b. Rising Sun, Wis., 25 April. 1852; m. 14 Oct., 1877,
George Henry Auringer. farmer, b. Brew-erton, X. V., 24
June, 1856; res. Dassel, Minn.

Children : See [665]



148 THE EMMONS FAMILY NINTH GENERATION

[671] MARY JANE EMMONS 9, (Franklin », Samuel 7,
Jonathan 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan*, Samuel 3, Obadiah^,
Thomas ^) b. Brewerton, N. Y., 10 June, 1855; m. 8 May,
1879, James Bennett Gould, b. Jamesville, N. Y., 25 Aug.,
1855, d. Washington, D. C, 9 Dec, 1885; m. 2d, 9 Jan., 1893,
George W. Marvin, farmer, b. Warners, N. Y., 17 Nov., 1843;
res. upon the farm on which he was born.

James B. Gould went from Jamesville to Syracuse,
when he was fourteen years old; when eighteen, he entered
the Sheriff's office as a book-keeper, where he remained
several years; was appointed January 1st, 1883, to a clerk-
ship in the Department of the Navy at Washington, where
he served until his death in 1885.



[674] MARY AMELIA TERPENNY,^ (Hannah »,
Samuel '', Jonathan s, Jonathan ^ Jonathan *, Samuel 3, Oba-
diah^, Thomas ^) dau. of George Terpenny and Hannah C.
Emmons; b. Cicero, N. Y., 13 April, 1853; m. 13 Oct., 1869,
Calvin McNeal, carpenter, b. Cicero, N. Y., 16 Nov., 1848;
res. Oneida, N. Y.

Children :

1146. i. Eddie Lewis, b. 11 June 1871; d. 4 June 1882.

1147. ii. Clara Adeua, " 12 Oct. 1876; " 12 June 1882.

1148. iii. Minnie Adell, " 9 Nov. 1879; Cicero, N. Y.

1149. iv. George Ernest, " 7 Mar. 1884; Dewitt, N. Y.

[675] CLARA ADELIA TERPENNY, (sis. of Mary
A.) b. Cicero, N. Y., 5 Nov., 1857; m. 14 March, 1877, Win-
field Scott Crownhart, b. Ashford, Wis., 9 Feb., 1850; pro-
prietor of the Ericsson House, Betterton, Md.

Children :

11.50. i. LiluE M.\y, b. 19 Jan. 1878; Bridgeport, N. Y.

11.51. ii. Floyd Albert, " 16 Oct. 1879; Bridgeport, N. Y.

1152. iii. Miner Scott, " 7 Dec. 1886; Travers City, Mich.


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