Tammy Mclntyre, b. Worcester Co., Mass., 26 Feb., 1819,
d. 17 Aug., 1881; he d. Le Roy, N. Y., 11 Feb., 1899.
+ 1566. i. Edg.-\rM.\rcellus, b. 13 Apr. 1844.
+ 1567. ii. Henry Champion, " 8 Nov. 1853.
JACOB BUELL GARDNER, Jr.s, (Augusta 7, Dyar^,
Joseph'', Jonathan^, Samuel^, Obadiah-, Thomas ^) s. of
Jacob B. Gardner, Sen., and /Augusta M. Emmons; b. ,
1826; m. 1850, Sarah Ouinn. He was supposed to have
been lost in a gale off the Nantucket Shoals in 1852.
NELSON EMMONS, Sen.s, (Aaron E.", Dyar^,
Joseph^, Jonathan*, Samuel'^, Obadiah^, Thomas ^) Chief
of Probate; s. of Aaron E. Emmons and Mary N. Kellogg;
b. Colchester, Conn., 13 April, 1843; m. 3 Nov., 1869,
Jeannetta Bigelow Chamberlain, b. Boston, Mass., 29 May,
1848; res. Dayton, Ohio.
Mr. Emmons' mother died when he was eight years of
age, and he went to reside with an aunt in Columbia, Conn.,
remaining two years; when his father having remarried, he
returned to his home, and remained until he was eighteen.
202 THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT
He then enlisted in the army as a private in Co. A. 13th
Regt. Inf. Vols., of Conn.; served nearly two years, and
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
was discharged for disability July 1863. After regaining
his health, he took a short course in a commercial business
college, at Hartford, Conn., and engaged himself as an
employee of a wholesale shoe house, Boston, Mass., where
he served until his removal to Dayton, Ohio, in 1875.
Here he engaged as a partner and traveling salesman in the
shoe business until 1898.
He was appointed Secretary of the Board of Health of
Dayton, in 1899, and served until 1904, when he was made
the Chief Probation Officer of Montgomery county, Ohio, a
position which he still occupies.
1568. i. Elva Jeannetta, b. 3 Sept. 1S70; d. IS Apr. 1901 ;unm.
+ 1.569. ii. Susie Chamberlain" 22 Feb. 1872.
+ 1570. iii. Nelson, Jr., " 7 Feb. 1873.
+ 1571. iv. William Henry, " 31 Aug. 1877.
1572. V. Ruth Colburn, " 26 Dec. 1881; teacher, Dayton, O.
MARSHALL EMMONS «, (Octavious", Dyar^, Joseph s,
Jonathan"*, Samuel'^, Obadiah-, Thomas i.) merchant; s. of
Octavious Emmons and Elizabeth A. Marshall; b. West-
chester, Conn., 18 Feb., 1855; m. 7 May, 1878, Hattie
Esther, dau. of Chester Anible Champlain and Sarah Ann
Clark; b. Mansfield, Ohio, 16 March, 1857; res. East Had-
Mr. Emmons removed with his parents to East Haddam
in 1860, where his life has been passed. He attended the
common school of the village, and on August 30th, 1869,
began an apprenticeship in the mercantile business under
the late Wm. H. Goodspeed, and has remained with his
successors to the present time. He was appointed Post-
master by President Harrison in 1889 and served four years;
was again appointed by President McKinley in 1898, and
reappointed by President Roosevelt in 1902. He is Senior
Warden of St. Stephens Episcopal Church; a Past Master
THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT 203
of Columbia Lodge No. 26 F. & A. M., and Past Grand of
Middlesex Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. F., all of East Haddam.
GEORGE EDWARD, (bro. of Marshall) electrician;
b. Westchester, Conn., 9 Sept., 1857; m. 14 Oct., 1885,
Helen G. Lewis, b. Farmington, Conn., 12 Sept., 1856; res.
Schenectady, N. Y.
Mr. Emmons' education was received in the common
school. At the age of fourteen, he entered the employ of
Wm. H. Goodspeed, who conducted a general country store
at East Haddam, Conn. ; remained in his employ until 1880;
then entered the employ of T. R. Pickering Co., Portland,
Conn., manufacturers of governors for traction engines, as a
book-keeper; remained one year, and entered the employ
of the American Electric Co., New Britain, Conn., the pro-
genitor of the Thomson-Houston Electric Co., one of the
allied companies forming the General Electric Co. ; remained
only a short time, when he accepted a position with North
& Judd Mfg. Co., New Britain, manufacturers of saddlery
hardware; remained in employ of this company until 1886,
when he entered employ of Thomson-Houston Electric Co.,
Lynn, Mass. ; served the above company in various capaci-
ties, and in 1893, after the consolidation with the Edison
General Electric Co., to form the General Electric Co., was
placed in charge of their Lynn plant.
In 1895 he was transferred to the Schenectady plant,
of wdiich he was made Assistant Manager. In 1896 was
promoted to Manager, which position he now holds.
L573. i. George Lewis, b. 18 Dec. 1886; Lynn, Mass.
1574. ii. Edward Marshall, " 1 Oct. 1888; d. 16 Mar. 1S9.5.
1575. iii. Lawrence Barton, " 3 May 1896; Saratoga, N. Y.
HATTIE OCTAVIA, (sis. of George E.) b. East Had-
dam, Conn., 20 July, 1861; m. 14 Nov., 1894, Frank A.
Hefflon, b. Deep River, Conn., 6 Nov., 1857.
204 The EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT
Mrs. Hefflon graduated at the State Normal, and pre-
vious to her marriage, was a teacher for several years,
teaching in East Haddam, Waterbury, and six years in
Deep River. Her husband is the present Postmaster at
Deep River, where they now reside.
HARRIET ELY EMMONS «, (Edward 7, Dyar6, Jos-
seph^, Jonathan^, Samuel^, Obadiah-, Thomas ^) dau. of
Edward G. Emmons and Harriet Gates Chapman; b. ,
1846; m. 25 Dec, 1872, Captain Keziah B. Strickland.
1576. i. Lulu, b.
JOHN LESLIE, (bro. of Harriet E.) b. , 1849;
m. , Agnes .
 EDGAR MARCELLUS CROCKER^ (J. L.
Crocker*, Susannah^, Noadiah^, Ebenezer^, Samuel^, Sam-
uel^, Obadiah^, Thomas ^) farmer; s. of Jonathan L.
Crocker and Tammy Mclntyre, gr-s. of Isaac Crocker and
Susannah Emmons; b. Pavilion, N. Y., 13 April, 1844; m.
11 June, 1867, Martha Shepard, b. Gates, N. Y., 12 March,
1845, d. 12 Sept., 1873; m. 2d, 25 Nov., 1879, Jennie Camp-
bell, b. Pavilion, 2 Jan., 1860, d. 22 June, 1882; m. 3d, 4
Feb., 1890, Alice Bernice Russell, b. Pavilion, 11 June, 1862;
res. Le Roy, N. Y.
Children: by 1st wife.
+ 1577. i. Helen Edith, b. 11 May 1869.
+ 1578. ii. LvmanMcIntyre, " 2 Oct. 1870.
The EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT 205
Children: by 2d wife.
1579. iii. Charles H., b. 27 Sept. ISSO; d. 4 Feb. 1881.
by 3d wife
1580. iv. Frank B.,
1581. V. Herbert E.,
1582. vi. Stanley M.,
1583. vii. Ruth E.,
1584. viii. Dwight J.,
1585. ix. Clarence B.,
8 July 1890; Pavilion, N.Y.
3 Apr. 1892; Pavilion, N. Y.
9 Jan. 1895; Le Roy, N.Y.
17 Jan. 1896; Le Roy, N. Y.
22 Jan. 1900; Le Roy, N. Y.
10 May 1901 ; Le Roy, N. Y.
 HENRY CHAMPION, (bro. of Edgar M.)
book-keeper; b. Pavilion, N. Y., 8 Nov., 1853; m. 9 Sept.,
1874, Emma Barber; d. 22 April, 1881, without issue.
 SUSIE CHAMBERLAIN EMMONS », (Nel-
son^, Aaron", Dyar'^, Joseph^, Jonathan^, Samuel^, Oba-
diah^, Thomas ^) dau. of Nelson Emmons and Jeannette
B. Chamberlain; b. Dorchester, Mass., 22 Feb., 1872; m.
26 Oct., 1899, Howard Hinkley Beck; res. Hamilton, Ohio.
Children: b. Hamilton, O.
1586. i. M.\rv JE.\NNETTE, b. 6 Feb. 1902.
1587. ii. Elva Emily, '• 11 July 1904.
 NELSON, Jr., (bro. of Susie C.) manufacturer;
b. Boston, Mass., 7 Feb., 1873; m. 31 Dec, 1901, Mary
Louise Osborn; res. Dayton, Ohio.
1588. i. Nelson, 3d., b. 15 Oct. 1903; Dayton, O.
 WILLIAM HENRY, (bro. of Nelson, Jr.) R. R.
Adv. Agt.; b. Dayton, Ohio, 31 Aug., 1877; m. 8 June, 1904,
Elma Parker; res. Denver, Colo.
JAMES HENRY EMMONS 9, (Monroe §, Ichabod",
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Noadiah^, Ebenezer^, SamueH, Samuel 3, Obadiah^, Thom-
as ^) railroader; s. of Monroe Emmons and Louisa Wood;
b. Hinsdale, Mass., 10 Aug., 1842.
James Henry has remained single, and occupies the
old homestead in Hinsdale, in which he was born.
DAVID MACK, (bro. of James H.) dealer in real
estate; b. Hinsdale, Mass., 1 May, 1847; m. 3 Feb., 1888,
Martha McQuade, b. Scotland, 1851, d. 25 June, 1890;
m. 2d, 31 July, 1892, Jennie Kathrine Nathurst, b. Nash-
ville, Tenn., 27 Sept., 1857; res. St. Paul, Minn.
For several years Mr. Emmons was a merchant in his
native town of Hinsdale, Mass. ; he removed to Virginia
City, Nev., and engaged in civil engineering and mining;
later he settled in St. Paul, Minn., where he followed the
business of a dealer in real estate, in which he has been
Children: by 2d wife.
15S9. i. Roger Monroe, b. 11 Nov. 1S96; St. Paul, Minn.
1590. ii. Louise Ludlow, " 23 June 1S98; St. Paul, Minn.
HARRIS GEORGE, (bro. of David M.) painter; b.
Hinsdale, Mass., 20 April, 1851; m. 19 Sept., 1894, Jennie
Pease Raymond, b. Dalton, Mass., 1868, d. 8 Jan., 1895;
he res. Hinsdale, Mass.
Mr. Emmons has been a resident of his native town
from his birth, and with his elder brother James Henry, has
always occupied the homestead wherein they were born.
This dwelling familiarly known as "The Emmons
House", was erected by his father Monroe Emmons, about
1840, and is located on Maple street in the village of Hins-
dale, Berkshire county, Mass.
It was probably one of the finest private residences in
the town for those days, and to-day, with its lofty portico
and fluted columns, has a certain stateliness of the olden
The Emmoxs House. Hinsdale, Mass.
THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT 207
time, that our more modern dwellings have not. In this
pleasant and beautiful home, his father lived until his
death in 1865; here his mother died in 1892, and here were
all of his brothers and sisters born.
EMMA HANNAH, (sis. of Harris G.) b. Hinsdale, Mass.,
25 Sept., 1854; m. 5 Oct., 1885, Edwin C. Beverly, farmer;
b. Williamstown, Mass., 6 Aug., 1858; res. Williamstown
L59L i. Louise Mary, b. 26 Jan. LSSS; Williamstown, Mass.
1592. ii. Ralph Gardner, " 26 Aug. 1890; Hinsdale, Mass.
1593. iii. Bertha Laura, " 24 Nov. 1892; Hinsdale, Mass.
1594. iv. Monroe Edwin, "17 Dec. 1896; Hinsdale, Mass.
1595. V. Wendell Paul, " 28 June 1898; Hinsdale, Mass.
SOLON E. FRISSELL, of Springfield, Mass., m.
Fannie Estella Boutwell:
1596. iii. Florence Boutwell, b. 15 Sept. 1887; Springfield, Mass.
EMILY HILL EMMONS », (William «, John", Daniel 6,
Ebenezer-^, SamueH, Samuel^, Obadiah-, Thomas ^) dau.
of William Emmons and Lucretia Hill; b. East Haddam,
Conn., 2 Aug., 1847; m. 8 Sept., 1875, George Washington
McClellan, miner; b. Rock Island, 111., 17 June, 1853; res.
Children: b. Georgetown, Colo.
+ 1597. i. Mary Ida, b. 24 Sept. 1877.
1598. ii. George Erskixe, " 11 Dec. 1878; res. Denver, Colo.
WILLIAM F., (half bro. of Emily H.) miner; s. of
2o8 THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT
William Emmons and wife Delia , b. 31 Oct.. 1856,
d. Georgetown, Colo., 20 Feb., 1905.
The following, clipped from a Georgetown paper, is
the only knowledge we have of him:
"William F. Emmons died of pneumonia on Monday after an illness of
four days. He was 48 years of age, and had been a resident of Georgetown
since 1S7S, with the exception of a couple of years spent at Denver and
Sterling. He followed the vocation of mining and milling, for the last two
years, being employed in the Chamberlain-Dillingham sampling works.
He was a musician of considerable ability and has been a member of bands
and orchestras ever since his residence here. He was a man of reserved dis
position, liut was endowed with traits that endeared him to all who became
intimately accjuainted with him, and they speak of him as the most honor-
able of men. His only known relative is Mrs. George McClcllan, who with
Mr. McClellan and their son and daughter, attended the funeral. He was a
prominent member of the order of Red Men, under whose auspices the funeral
took place on Wednesday. "
PAULINE TAPPAN, m. William Judson Brown, of
Providence, R. I.
1599. i. Fr.\ncEs Tapp.\n, b. 12 Feb. 190.5.
THEODORE A. EMMONS, of Antioch. 111., m. Matilda
P. Willett, who d. 5 Dec, 1904.
BENJAMIN EMMONS BRAINARD, of Harpersfield,
Ohio, m. Lillian Nash.
IGOO. i. Harold Avery, b. 10 Sept. 190.3; Harpersfield, O.
CLARENCE B. CULVER, of Albany, Ore., m. Maud
IGOl. ii. Vera, b. 9 Oct. 1904; Albany, Ore.
THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT 209
ESTELLA CHLOE EMMONS, wid. of Franklin C.
Auringer; m. 2d, 24 April, 1SS2, James Depew, soldier; b.
11 March, 1847, d. 1 May, 1885; m. 3d, 27 April, 1895,
Elbert R. Dougherty, farmer; b. 5 Nov., 1833; res. West
Monroe, N. Y.
Mr. Dougherty enlisted in the United States Navy in
1856, and served until April 11th, 1861; enlisted in the 1st
New York Mounted Rifles, April 26th, 1861 ; was discharged
March 26th, 1865. He participated in eighty-two different
engagements while connected with the army, and when
discharged, was acting as Captain of his company.
ELLA CROSS, m. J. Howard Reeve, of Watertown,
1602. iii. Fern, b. 3 May 1903; near Henry, S. Dak.
ESTHER JANE COVERT 9, (Olivet, EU', Jonathans,
Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Obadiah^, Thomas ^)
nurse; dau. of Hon. Lewis M. Covert and Olive Dorliska
Emmons; b. near Pontiac, Mich., 5 March, 1850; m. 29 Dec,
1869, Francis Kimball, farmer; b. Middlebury, Ind., 6 Feb.,
1845; he is holding a claim at Kenmare, N. Dak.; she res.
1603. i. Irene Susan, b. 17 Dec. 1870; d. 11 Mar. 1873.
1604. ii. Thomas De Kay, " 1 Oct. 1876; " 31 Oct. 1877.
1605. iii. Stella SpELMAN, " 19 Aug. 1880; teacher, Spencer, la.
1606. iv. Grace Edn.a, " 4 Apr. 1882; d. inf.
MARIETTA ELIZABETH COVERT, (sis. of Esther
J.) b. near Pontiac, Mich., 9 May, 1852; m. Edward Sheldon,
2IO THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT
farmer ; b. 28 Aug. , 1 838 ; she d. 1 890 ; he res. North Newbury,
1607. i. Grace, b. 2 Aug. 1873; d.; she was a teacher.
+ 1608. ii. Norma, " 16 Oct. 1875.
ADA HANNAH OLIVE COVERT, (sis. of Marietta
E.) b. near Pontiac, Mich., 18 Aug., 1855; m. 4 Jan., 1873,
Charles George Hunt; commercial traveler; b. Bloomfield,
Mich., 19 Jan., 1852; res. Battle Creek, Mich.
Children: b. Birmingham, Mich.
+ 1609. i. Lyra Ernestine, b. 19 Jan. 1874.
+ 1610. ii. Harry Ralph, " 12 Apr. 1878.
1611. iii. Lena May, " 19 Jan. 1882; student.
1612. iv. Winnie Pauline, " 21 Mar. 1884.
1613. V. Guy Marion, " 25 Apr. 1886.
1614. vi. Charles Glenn, " 21 Aug. 1888.
DANIEL P. WEBSTER, (half bro. of Ada H.) lawyer;
s. of Parker Webster and Olive D. (Emmons) Covert; b.
China Township, St. Clair Co., Mich., 19 July, 1858; m. 16
Nov., 1886, Franc Baird, b. China Township, 10 Aug., 1869;
res. Marine City, Mich.
Mr. Webster attended the district school until 1874,
when he entered the high school in St. Clair City, Mich.,
graduating in 1877; entered the law office of William Baird
in that city, and was admitted to the bar in 1880; began
practice in St. Clair, continuing until August 19th, 1899,
when he enlisted as 1st Sergt. in Co. M. 47th U. S. Inft.
Vols., to serve in the Philippine Islands; was discharged
for disability Nov. 20th, 1900; was in California two years;
removed Dec. 1st, 1902, to Marine City, Mich., and resumed
the practice of law under the firm name of Baird & Webster,
Attorneys at Law.
1615. i. Parker Harold, b. 6 Oct 1887.
THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT 211
CORNELIA NELSON, of Vernon, N. Y., m. James
1616. viii. Margaret, b. 11 Dec. 1904; Hecla, N. Y.
WILFORD FIELDING DOWN, of Forestport, N. Y.,
m. Bertha Ahce Landers :
1617. ii. WiLFORD Leclaire, b. 21 July 1903.
EDGAR FIELDING DOWN 9, (George A.s, Martha 7,
Jonathan 6, Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Samuel^, Obadiah-,
Thomas ^) teacher; s. of George A. Down and Angelia C.
Merritt; gr-s. of George Down and Martha H. Emmons; b.
Brewerton, N. Y., 31 March, 1879; m. 1 Sept., 1904, Anna
Cordelia, dau. of John Dinsdale and Cordelia Hamblin;
b. Lang, Ontario, Can., 1 April, 18S2; he is the Principal of
the High School, Avoca, N. Y.
MARIAN ADELLE EMMONS 9, (Frank P.s, Wilham
A.'^, Jonathan*', Jonathan^, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Oba-
diah^, Thomas ^) dau. of Frank P. Emmons and Addie
Deetta Johnson; b. Manlius, N. Y., 20 Nov., 1880; m. 23
Aug., 1904, William C. Sulvan, undertaker; res. Syracuse,
FRANK EUGENE JONES, of Independence, Okla.,
m. Efhe L. Hackett:
1618. i. AlthEa Christine, b. 3 Dec. 1903; Independence, Okla.
2 12 THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT
LEON AVERY JONES, of Independence, Okla., m.
Mary J. Smith:
Children: b. Independence, Okla.
1619. ii. Leon Avery Jr., b. 19 July 1903.
1()20. iii. Adeline, " 30 Oct. 1904.
WILLIAM HARVEY ACKLES, of Thornhill, N. Y.,
m. Nettie N. Smith:
1(321. ii. Homer Harvey, b. 9 July 1901; Marietta, N. Y.
FRANCIS AUGUSTUS LA PLACE ^ (E. F. Gardner »,
Augusta M.'', Dyar^, Joseph 5, Jonathan^, Samuel 3, Oba-
diah-, Thomas ^) carpenter; s. of Timothy A. La Place and
Emeline F. Gardner; gr-s. of Jacob B. Gardner and Augusta
M. Emmons; b. Essex, Conn., 26 Aug., 1849; m. 5 Nov.,
1879, Mary Emma Burnham, b. Hadlyme, Conn., res.
1622. i. Carroll Burnham, b. 28 Sept. 1881; Essex, Conn.
JONATHAN LORENZO LA PLACE, (bro. of Francis)
farmer; b. Essex, Conn., 23 Sept., 1851; m.
Children: b. Essex, Conn.
1623. i. Leroy,
1624. ii. Bearn,
1625. iii. Beatrice,
1626. iv. Nelson,
1627. V. Mary,
1628. vi. Anne,
3. Oct. 1882
' 22 Oct. 1884
' 22 Oct. 1884
' 8 Nov. 1886
' 17 Aug. 1891
ROBERT HENRY LA PLACE, (bro. of Jonathan)
THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT 213
machinist; b. Essex, Conn., 28 Jan., 1854; m. 3 Jan., 1891,
Ellen Maria Barnard, b. Auburn, Mass., 4 June, 1853; res.
HARRIET MIRANDA LA PLACE, (sis. of Robert)
b. Essex, Conn., 5 Dec, 1857; m. , Joseph Hayden
ELIZABETH EMMOXS^, (Henry «, Aaron 7, Dyar^,
Joseph 5, Jonathan^, Samuel'^, Obadiah-, Thomas ^) dau.
of Henry Emmons and Olive E. Page; b. Cambridge, Mass.,
26 Oct., 1858; m. 26 Jan., 1887, Rev., Jared A. Ellsworth,
d. 4 Nov., 1897; he res. Xaugatuck, Conn.
1629. i. Hexry Emmons, b. 25 Jan. 1888; Hebron, Conn.
1630. ii. J.\RED Phelps, " 28 Apr. 1889; Naugatuck, Conn.
1631. iii. Oliver Edw.\rd, " 31 Aug. 1891; Naugatuck, Conn.
1632. iv. Eli Phelps, " 18 July 1894; Xaugatuck, Conn.
CAROLINE, (sis. of Ehzabeth) b. Cambridge, Mass.,
19 June, 1860; m. 21 Oct., 1890, Paul Fenn, broker; b. New
Haven, Conn., 6 Oct., 1858; res. New York, N. Y.
1633. i. Dorothy, b. 22 July 1891; New York, X. Y.
1634. ii. C.\rolixe Emmoxs, '■ 9 Feb. 1893; XewYork, X.Y.
IRWIN, (bro. of Caroline) merchant; b. Roxbury,
Mass., 18 Aug., 1862; m. 19 Oct., 1893, Mary Florence Aiken
Farrar, b. Montreal, Can., 9 March, 1871; res. Roxbury,
Children: b. Roxbury, Mass.
1635. i. F.a.rr.\r, b. 21 Aug. 1894.
1636. ii. Hexry, " 1 Jan. 1896.
214 'I'HE; EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT
ALFRED PAGE, (bro. of Irwin) railroader; b. Rox-
bury, Mass., 19 Jan., 1867; m. 28 Oct., 1897, Helen Curtis
Bradlee, b. Roxbury, 3 Aug., 1875; res. Brookline, Mass.
JOHN NEWTON PHELPS^, (Olivet, Aaron^, Dyar^,
Joseph^, Jonathan^, Samuel^, Obadiah-, Thomas ^) far-
mer; s. of William Phelps and Olive E. Emmons; b. Marl-
borough, Conn., 18 Nov., 1851; m. 23 Nov., 1878, Mary
Ellen Haskins, b. New London, Conn., 30 March, 1857; res.
1637. i. Mary Elizabeth, b.
1638. ii. Eunice Gertrude, "
1639. iii. William Newton, "
1640. iv. John Nelson,
1641. V. Lucy Emmons,
DAVID PHELPS, (bro. of John N.) clerk; b. Marl-
borough, Conn., 17 July, 1853; m. , Lena Lee, of
Moodus, Conn. res. Meriden, Conn.
GEORGE HENRY ROGERS^, (Almira^, Octavious^
Dyar^, Joseph^, Jonathan'*, Samuel^, Obadiah^, Thomas ^)
s. of Sherman B. Rogers and Almira M. Emmons; b. 27
May, 1852; m. 24 April, 1879, Helen Goodale; he d. 3 Oct.,
1885; without issue.
JANE ELLEN ROGERS, (sis. of George N.) b. 20
July, 1853; m. 16 April, 1871, Leverett Brainard.
THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT 215
1645. i. WiLUAM S., b. 30 June 1884.
ELIZABETH ALMIRA ROGERS, (sis. of Jane E.)
b. 21 Jan., 1859; m. 23 May, 1883, Henry Valentine.
1646. i. Helen, b. 22 Mar. 1884; d. 9 Sept. 1884.
1647. ii. George, " 17 Apr. 1885; " 7 June 1885.
1648. iii. Wallace, " 9 June 1888.
1649. iv. Vera, " 22 Oct. 1895.
ROSCOE CORNELIUS DOANE^, (Charlotte », Nancy ^
Dyar*', Joseph^, Jonathan^, Samuel^, Obadiah-, Thomas^)
farmer; s. of Cornelius D. Doane and Charlotte M. Northam,
gr-s. of Robert C. Northam and Nancy Emmons; b. Essex,
Conn., 19 Sept., 1857; m. 3 April, 1884, Mary E. Brock-
way, b. Essex, Conn., 30 Nov., 1866; res. Essex, Conn.
Children: b. Essex, Conn.
1650. i. Louise Northam, b. 31 July 1885.
1651. ii. Charles Northam " 9 Mar. 1888.
1652. iii. Mary Charlotte, " 22 July 1899.
ROBERT CHAUNCEY DOANE, (bro. of Roscoe C.)
farmer; b. Essex, Conn., 2 Nov., 1859; m. 22 April, 1884,
Madeline M. Miner, b. Lyme, Conn., 10 Dec, 1865; res.
1653. i. Iva J., b. 30 Jan. 1887.
1654. ii. Errol C, " 17 July 1890.
1655. iii. Fenn, " 17 Oct. 1900; d. 16 Nov. 1901.
ANN ELIZABETH DOANE, (sis. of Robert C.) b.
Essex, Conn., 7 Dec, 1861; m. 26 April, 1887, George Henry
Meigs, merchant; res. New Haven, Conn.
2l6 THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT
CARRIE LOUISE GRANGERS, (Nancy h.^ Nancy",
Dyar^, Joseph^, Jonathan 4, Samuel 3, Obadiah-, Thomas ^)
dau. of Henry J. Granger and Nancy L. Northam, gr-dau.
of Robert C. Northam and Nancy Emmons; b. Westches-
ter, Conn., 11 Aug., 1864; m. IS Nov., 1885, Frank Edward
Campbell, farmer; b. Agawam, Mass., 13 June, 1865; res.
Children: b. Agawam, Mass.
1656. i. Arthur Edward, b. 9 Mar. 1888; d. 26 Oct. 1888.
1657. ii. Bertha Louise, " 30 Dec. 1889.
ROBERT CHAUNCEY NORTHAM, 3d 9, (Robert
C.^, Nancy'', Dyar^, Joseph^, Jonathan^, Samuel^, Oba-
diah^, Thomas ^) merchant; s. of Robert C. Northam, 2d,
and Estelle F. Havens, gr-s. of Robert C. Northam and
Nancy Emmons; b Hartford, Conn., 15 Dec, 1873; m. 7
Oct., 1896, Elsie E. Dibble, b. South Windsor, Conn., 8
Nov., 1872; res. Mystic, Conn.
1658. i. Robert Chauncey, 4th., b. 13 Nov. 1897; Hartford, Conn.
1659. ii. Ruth Theresa, " 27 Jan. 1904; Stonington, Conn.
NATHANIEL HENRY EMMONS, 2d, of Ocotlan,
Mex., m. Marion Shackford:
1660. iv. Nathaniel Henry, 3d., b. 22 Jan. 1905; Mexico City, Mex.
 HELEN EDITH CROCKER ^o, (E. M.
Crocker^, J. L. Crocker^, Susannah'^, Noadiah^, Ebenezer^,
Samuel"*, Samuel^, Obadiah^, Thomas ^) dau. of Edgar
The EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT 217
M. Crocker and Martha Shepard, gr-gr-dau. of Isaac Crocker
and Susannah Emmons; b. Le Roy, N. Y., 11 May, 1869;
m. 27 March, 1891, Duncan Daniel McEwen, farmer; b.
U Roy, N. Y., 4 Dec, 1864; res. Le Roy, N. Y.
166L i. Florence Louise, b. 23 Sept. 189 L
1662. ii. Daniel John, " 4 Apr. 1893.
1663. iii. Herbert Sloan, " 29 Sept. 1896.
1664. iv. Peter Duncan, " 16 Jan. 1900.
 LYMAN McINTYRE CROCKER, (bro. of
Helen E.) b. Le Roy, N. Y., 2 Oct., 1870; m. 14 Nov., 1896,
Kate McLaughlin, b. Le Roy, N. Y., 25 July, 1870; res.
Le Roy, N. Y.
Children: b. Pavihon, N. Y.
1665. i. Martha Elizabeth b. 10 June 1896; d. 15 Sept. 1896.
1666. ii. Lyman George, " 30 May 1898.
1667. iii. Allan Daniel, " 1900.
1668. iv. John, " Dec. 1903.
 MARY IDA McCLELLAN^o, (Emily H.9,
William 8, John^, Daniel*^, Ebenezer^, Samuel 4, Samuel 3,
Obadiah^, Thomas ^) dau. of George W. McClellan and
Emily H. Emmons; b. Georgetown, Colo., 24 Sept., 1877;
m. 24 Dec, 1896, Sylvester Augustus Snyder, miner; b.
Cleveland, Ohio, 1 Sept., 1869; res. Denver, Colo.
 NORMA SHELDON lo, (M. E. Covert^,
Olive ^, Eli", Jonathan*^, Jonathan^, Jonathan"*, Samuel 3,
Obadiah^, Thomas ^) dau. of Edward Sheldon and Marietta
E. Covert, gr-dau. of Lewis M. Covert and OHve D. Em-
mons; b. 16 Oct., 1875; m. 1 Feb., 1903, R. D. Malloy; res.
1669. i. Madeline Frances b. 21 Nov. 1903; Pueblo, Colo.
2l8 THE EMMONS FAMILY SUPPLEMENT
 LYRA ERNESTINE HUNTio, (A. Covert 9,
Olive ^, Eli", Jonathan'^, Jonathan^, Jonathan"*, Samuel 3,
Obadiah^, Thomas ^) dau. of Charles G. Hunt and Ada