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Republic. He has given every possible advantage to his children and they are
all in most prosperous circumstances.

CHILDREN :t

i. Cora Letoretta, b. May 10, 1861 ; m. Dec. 26, 1880, John Wesley Ganfield
and resides in Leeds, N. D.
819a. 11. William Sherwood, b. Mar. 17, 1864.

• 1 born in Leavenworth, Kan. ; ii-iii in Bloomfield, Ark. : iv-v in Galveston, Tex. ; vi In
Parsons, Kan.

t i born in Wakeman. Ohio ; ii-iii in Saratoga. Minn. ; iv in Worthin^ton, Minn. ; v in
Grand Prairie, Minn.




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iii. RosETTA Adella, b. Oct. 21, 1SG7 ; m. Dec. 23, 1893, Samuel Howery and

resides in Delta, Colo,
iv. Fbances .Tosephi.ne, b. Apr. 21, 1S7G ; m. Dec. 5, 1S97, Joseph Darling and

resides in Duuseith, N. D.
V. Asenath Almeda, b. Apr. 8, 18S2.

496a. Aaeon Eeastus Trowbridge (Richard'-'^'', Aaron^'^^, James^'^, Daniel^^",
James'-'"', William^'"', Thomas'-), born January 20, 1825, in Alloway, N. T.; died

April 20, 1818, in Alloway; married , 1847, in , Elizabeth

Maxited.

Aaron E. Trowbridge is supposed to Lave been a mechanic in liis native
village.

CHILD BORN IN ALI.0\V.4.Y, N. Y. :

i. LouANiA, b. , 181S.

497. Gilbert Trowbridge (Adonis^°^, John^<'^, Ja-mes'^-^, Daniel''", James'"'-',
William'-'"', Thomas'), born July 10, 1818, in Adams, N. Y.; died July 10, 1904,
in Watertown, N. Y. ; married July 25, 1857, in Maysville, Mo., Hannah
Catherine (Truex) Mellott, widow of Jacob Mellott of Macon, 111., and daughter
of Benjamin and Eleanor (Cramer) Truex, born June 25, 1826, in Licking
county, Ohio. She married, third, September 30, 1904, in Battle Creek, Mich.,
Samuel Wilson and resides in Battle Creek.

Gilbert Trowbridge when a young man went on a three years' whaling voyage
around the Horn and up to Behring Sea. He went West, and after his marriage
engaged in farming near Maysville, De Kalb county. Mo. In the summer of
1858 he removed to Buchanan county, where he was farming until the summer of
1869. He then took up a homestead right in AVashington, Kan., arriving there
on September 9, about three hours before the death of his infant daughter. He
lived there until about 1884, when he returned to his old home in Tully, IST. Y.
He died at the hospital in the city of Watertown.

CHILDREN BOEN IN BUCHANAN COUNTY, MO. :*

i. Sakah Viola, b. June 3, 1858 ; m.. 1st, Jlar. 13, 1878, William Henry Harri-
son Humphrey ; m., 2d, , 1SS9, John Willoughby and resides in Fort

Dodge, Kan.

ii. Sylvester Bukuett, b. Sept. 7, 1859 ; worked on a farm during most of his
youth and early manhood. In 1885 he went into railroad work, and was
employed in the construction of the Wahoo and Schuyler branch of the Bur-
lington and Missouri River railroad and the Loup City branch in Nebraska.
He was on a railroad contract in Reno, Neb., and was then engaged iu
farming and working on the Union Pacific railroad. He then engaged in
freighting by wagon from different railroad points to Gering, Neb. He
enlisted in the Spanish-American War at Cheyenne, Wyo., in April, 1898,
in Company G, 1st Wyoming Infantry. He left for the Philiijpines with
General Merritfs expedition, June 29, and participated in the first battle,
August 6, resulting in the capitulation of Manila. He was invalided home
to San Francisco hospital, reaching there July 24, 1899. Since being dis-
charged he has been engaged in farming, (ir.st in West Berkeley, Cal., and at
present in Richmond, Cal. He is unmarried.

iii. Mary ANiiELETT, b. Sept. 10, 18G1 ; d. Nov. 10, 1861.

iv. Margaret Ann, b. Feb. 15. 1863 ; m., 1st. Alexander McNeal ; m., 2d, ,

18S7, Sylvester S. Wells and resides in-Fairbury, Neb.

V. John Gilbert, b. May 13, 1865 ; is a mining stationary engineer ; resides in
Gracemont, Okla. ; unm.

vi. Charles Virgil, b. .Tune 9, 1S6G ; is farming in Maysville, Kan. ; unm.

vii. Philomela Jane, b. Dec. 5, 1868; d. Sept. 9, 18G9.

498. John Trowbridge (Adonis'^^^, John'^', Jam.es'^^, BanieP'", James'"",
William'-"", Thomas'), born June 28, 1822, in Adams, N. Y.; died June 26, 1862,

* Except i, who was born In DeKalb county, Mo.



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in Farmington, Miss. ; married January 4, 1854, in Adams Centre, N. T.,

Aurelia Fanny Burdick, daughter of Perry Burdick, who died , 1879,

near Saginaw, Mich.

John Trowbridge after his marriage emigrated to Michigan and settled on a
farm about eight miles from Saginaw. He enlisted in the Civil War in Company
E, 14th Michigan Infantry. He was discharged on account of illness and died
on his way home, at Farmington, Miss. He was buried in the United States
National cemetery at Shiloh.*

NO CHILDREN.



499. Gould Trowbridge (Adonis-''^, John^'^'-\ James^'^, Daniel^^", James^"^,
William^'"', Thomas^), bom Aug-ust 16, 1824, in Adams, N. Y. ; died July 11,
1903, in Adams; married October 18, 1849, in Pinekney, N. Y., Mary Alzina
Corey, daughter of Parley and Polly (Babbitt) Corey, born August 7, 1831, in
Pinekney. She resides in Adams.

Gould Trowbridge remained on his father's large homestead farm in Adams,
N. Y., which ho inherited at the letter's death. He was a member of the Seventh
Day Baptist church in Adams Centre and was one of its deacons from 1877
until his death.

CHILDKEN BORN IN ADAMS, N. Y. :

i. Madora jU)elaii)E. b. July 21, 1850; ra. Feb. — , 1874, Albert Merrills Crandell

of Lorraine, N. Y.
ii. Clarissa Lunett, b. Jan. 28, 1852 ; d. Apr. 7. 1863.
820. iii. Frank Adoni.s, b. Sept. 21, 1855.

iv. Eva Fanny, b. Sept. 10. 1857 ; m. Nov. 20, 1898, Herbert Herman Eastman

and resides in Rodman, N. Y.



500. DwiGHT Trowbridge (Adonis-^^, Johii^'^^, James'^-^, Daniel"'^, James^°^,
WillMm^o", Thomas^}, bom June 10, 1828, in Adams, N. Y.; died May 30, 1870,
in Odell, HI. ; married November 11, 1848, in Pinekney, N. Y., Rosanna Nichols,
daughter of George and Serena (Colvin) Nichols, bom April 30, 1833, in
Bennington, Vt. She married, second, December 20, 1885, in Odell, Nicholas
Hayest of Odell, where she resides.

Dwight Trowbridge after hi.s marriage settled in Verona, N. Y. He was a
nuison by trade, but had considerable talent as a musician and also taught music.
He was a soldier in the Civil War and enlisted at Rodman, N. Y.. October 20,
1862, for three years as a musician in Company F, 94th New York Infantry. He
was a fifer and held the nominal rank of fife major. The regiment was stationed
at Sackett's Harbor and from there went to Alexandria, ne^r Washington.
While carrying building material there, he met with injuries from which he never
entirely recovered. He was later taken prisoner, but was paroled six days later
and, being then unfit for duty, was sent to the hospital at Columbus, Ohio, where
he was discharged for disability and sent home, having been in the service about
one year. A year later he was drafted and sent back to his old regiment, which
was then near Fredericksburg. He was with the regiment only a short time,
during which he performed twenty-four hours picket duty, when he was sent to
a hospital in Washington, where he remained until the close of the war. After
leaving the army he went to Odell, 111., where he lived the rest of his life.

children born in VERONA, N. Y. :

821. i. Philander Addison, b. Mar. 15, 1852.

822. ii. James Leander, b. Mar. 11, 1854.

* "U. S. Roll of Honor." vol. 20. pp. 109, 141.
t A brother of tbe first wife of No. 502.



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501. Samuel Farwell TuowBRruGE (Adonis-^^, Jahn}^^, James^-^, Daniel^^",
James^"'-', William^'"', Thomas'^), bom May 3, 1830, in Adams, N. Y.; resides in
Minooka, 111.; married January 6, 1857, in Joliet, 111., Emily Adline McC'loud.

born November 20, 1831, in , Vt. ; died September 14, 1884, in Morris,

111.

Samuel F. Trowbridge was brought up on a largo dairy and stock farm. He
came at the age of seven to the town of Pinckney, N. Y., where he lived until
he was seventeen, when he moved to a farm two miles east of Watertown, N. Y.,
and assisted his father in the management of his large dairy farm. The fall
after he was seventeen ho showed some stock at tlie Jefferson county fair, held at
Watertown, that won him the blue ribbon, which he has ever since kept. At the
age of twenty-two he went to Grundy county. 111., and hired out at farm work for
a year, at twelve dollars a month. He then worked land on shares for four years,
raising big crops for which he obtained big prices. In the spring of 1856 he
bought 80 acres of land in Kendall county. 111., where he settled after his
marriage and lived two years. He then sold this farm and moved into Minooka,
Grundy county. 111., where he was for one year proprietor of an hotel.

In the spring of 1862 he moved to Livingston coiinty. 111., near Odell. He
tliere engaged in farming on his 160 acre farm in Odell township. He also
handled stock on a large scale, having at one time over 1400 head, and boiight
and shipped stock to the Chicago market for a good many years. He sold out
and moved into Odell where he lived about four years, and then moved back to
Minooka. He lived there about two years, during which time he went over to
Paris, France, in 1880, and bought some fine-blooded Norman horses for his
stock farm. He then moved to Morris, the county seat of Grundy county, where
he lived until after the death of his wife.

Mr. Trowbridge has been .residing in Minooka for a number of years past.
For years he has fitted up and shown car loads of horses and cattle at the state
fairs and fat stock shows, from which he has always carried off the blue ribbon;
and, although now over seventy-seven years of age, is still doing business. Mr.
Trowbridge has been elected at different times to nearly all the offices in Minooka
and the other towois where he has resided. At the present time he is filling the
office of justice of the peace and notaiy public for Grundy county. He was made
a Mason in Odell in 18G6 and in 1889 joined the Universalist church in Minooka.

CHILD BORX IK' ODELL. ILL. :

823. i. Charles Adonis, b. Sept. 13. 1867.

502. Jajies Farwell Trowbridge {Adonis-'^^, John^"^, James'^^', Daniel'-'-'',
James^"^, William""', Thomas'-), bom June 26, 1839, in Pinckney, N. Y.; resides
in Argentine, Kan.; married, first, July 5, 1862, in New Albany, Ind., Ellen
Josephine Hayes,* daughter of John and Margaret (Yake) Hayes, bom March
17, 1844, in Milford, Ohio; died January 22, 1883, in Eich Hill, Mo. He
married, second, October 27, 1884, in Sprague, Mo., Emily Augusta (Stoddard)
Gardner, widow of Alvin O. Gardnerf of Adams Centre, N. Y., and daughter of
Samuel P. and Polly (Cary) Stoddard, born October 5, 1846, in Pinckney.

Jaines F. Trowbridge left home at the age of fourteen to make his own way
in life and went to Illinois. He became a soldier in the Civil War, enlisting
August 5, 1862, for three years in Company M, 1st Illinois Artillery, serving
until June 3, 1865, when he was discharged lor disability. He had previously
settled in Odell, 111., where in 1865 he entered the Illinois militia. He served one
j'ear as first lieutenant and was then promoted to captain, and served in that
capacity for four years. He removed to Missouri, and was commissioned captain
of Company H, 7th Pegiment M. N. G., in which he served one year. Some years

• Her brother married the widow of No. 500.

t Son of No. 268. ii.



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later he removed to Argentine, Kan., his present residence. He was there elected
a justice of the peace and conducted a collection agency for some years. At
present he is police judge of the city of Argentine.

CnlLDCEN BOEN IN OriF.LL, ILL. :

By first marriage:
i. Henry Boyd, b. Apr. 1.5, ISG.'^ ; d. Sept. 30, 1S83, in Rich Hill, Mo. ; uum.
ii. Herbert Roxie, b. Jan. 11, 1865 ; is in business in Atlanta, Ga.
iii. Berton Adonis, b. Nov. 16, 1866 ; d. Mar. 14, 1884.
iv. Caspar Alvin, b. Aug. 8, 1868 : was a member of the Houston, Tex., Fire

Department and d. there Aug. 1.5, 1906.
V. Cora Adele, b. .July 10, 1870 ; resides in Fresno, Cal. ; unm. She has been
for ten years deputy-trea.surer of Fresno county.
824. vi. Frederick Orlando, b. Jan. 19, 1875.

CHILDREN BORN IN RICH HILL, MO. :
By second marriage:
vii. Carl Boyd, b. .Ian. 24, 1886 ; is studying mining engineering in Kansas

University,
viii. Nellie Maude, b. Aug. 3, 1887 ; d. Sept. 23, 1887.

ix. James Wycliffe, b. Nov. 6, 1890; is with a wholesale jewelry house in Argen-
tine, Kan. ; unm.

503. George Perkins Teowbkidge (Adonis-"^, John^^^, James^-^, DanieV-'^'',
James^"^, William^'"', Thomas^), bom Jime 25, 1841, in Pinckney, IST. Y. ; resides
in San Francisco, Cal.; married May 7, 1867, in Pontiac, HI., Sarah Jane
Hoover, daughter of Francis Benton and Mary (Mathews) Hoover, born August
13, 1844, in Newry, Pa.

George P. Trowbridge, like his preceding brothers, went as a youth to Hlinois.
He became a soldier in the Civil War. He enlisted at Minooka, 111., for three
years June 13, 1861, and was ap]5ointed corporal of Company F, 20th Illinois
Infantry. He was discharged for disability before the ]ieriod of his service
expired. He later served in Company I, 10th (reorganized) Illinois Cavalry, and
was mustered out November 22, 1865. He settled in Odell, HI., after his
marriage, moving from there to Wilmington, 111., near Joliet. In 1902 he
removed to San Francisco, Cal., where he engaged in the real estate business.
His family are all members of the Roman Catholic Church.

children born in odell, ill. :

i. Francis Benton, b. Feb. 5, 1868; resides in Joliet, III.*

ii. Frances, b. Dec. 8, 1869.

iii. Augusta Anastasia, b. Mar. 22, 1871; m. Sept. 29, 1892, Truman George

Hart and resides in Fresno, Cal.

iv. Joseph Aloysius, b. Apr. 9, 1873 : resides in Terre Haute, Ind.*

v. Chester Lawrence, b. Mar. 20, 1876 ; resides in Milwaukee, Wis.*

vi. Mart Agnes, b. Oct. 26, 1879.

vii. Bertha Cecelia, b. Sept. 14, 1881.

viii. Clare Louise, b. Aug. 27, 1884.

504. James Lorin Trowbridge {Lorin-^", John^^^. James^-^, Daniel^'^",
James^"^. William'^°'>, Thomas'^), born March 17, 1843, in Solon, Ohio; resides
in Washington, 111.; married December 23, 1869, in Washington, Nancy Ann
McCullough, daughter of George and Jane (Hillis) McCullough, born August
9, 1847, in Washington.

James L. Trowbridge came in boyhood with his parents to Washington,
Tazewell county. 111., and was brought up on his father's farm there. He was
a soldier in the Civil War, enlisting in that town August 9, 1862, for three years
in Company G, 86th Illinois Infantry. He lost the sight of his left eye at the
battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 27, 1864, and was mustered out June 6.



* Failed to answer the compiler's letters.



TROWBRIDGE GENEALOGY 319

1S65. After leaving the army lie engaged in fanning again in "Washington and
was thus occupied until about twenty years ago, when he retired from active
business.

CniLDREX CORN IN WASHINGTON, ILL. :

825. i. LOBIN, b. Sept. 14. 1870.

826. ii. Geobge Washington, b. Sept. 23. 1872.

827. iii. Robert Wilson, b. July 20. 1875.
iv. Elsie JIarie, b. Dec. 23, 18S0.

V. Prudence Lagora, b. Sept. 10, 1891.

505. Charles Eiley Trowbridge (Loriii-'''^, J oh n'^ "'■'■, James^-^, Daniel"",
James^"^, William'""', Thomas''-), born July 28, 1853, in Washington, 111.; resides
in Washington; married, first, February 28, 1872, in Washington, Eva Andrews.
He married, second, December 30, 1887, in Walla Walla, Wash., Tillie Eobbins.*

Charles E. Trowbridge is a farmer in his native place, Washington, 111.

CHILDREN I50KN IN WASHINGTON, ILL. :

By first marriage:
i. William, b. May IC, 1875 : d. July 3, 1875.
ii. Annie Mat, b. May 17, 1876.

By second marriage:
iii. Rot Lee, b. Dec. 7, 1889.
iv. James Lorin, b. June 4, 1891.
v. Edith LeVerne. b. Dec. 22, 1897.
vi. Bessie Viola, b. July 29, 1899.
vii. A daughter, b. Feb. 5, 1901.

506. John Eiley Trowbridge (Orrin A.-''°, John^^', James^^'-, DanieV^''-'',
James^"", William^'"', TJiomas^). born February 18, 1844, in Adams Centre,
N. T. ; resides in Adams, N. T. ; married March 19, 1804, in Adams Centre,
Adelaide Loomis. daughter of Sylvester and Louisa (Greene) Loomis, bom
October 29, 1845, in Albion, N. T. ; died February 1, 1882, in Dexter, N. T.

John E. Trowbridge is a farmer in Adams, Jefferson county, N. T.

CHILDREN :t

i. Emma Elizabeth, b. Jan. ?,. 1865 ; m. Dec. 15, 1886, William Henry Archer

and resides in Lowville. N. T.
ii. Nettie Adele, b. Nov. 14. 1867 ; m. David Jones and resides in Adams Centre,

N. T.
iii. Mary Cindeiixa, b. Nov. 5, 1870 ; d. Sept. 18. 1897, in Dexter, N. T. ; unm.
iv. Anna Louisa, b. Apr. 12, 1873 ; m. Sidney Zufelt and reside.s in Watertown,

N. T.
V. Viola Esther, b. May 13, 1875 ; m. Menzo Fillmore and resides in Woodville,

N. Y.
vi. Esther Alice, b. Dec. 24, 1878 ; m. Feb. 1, 1897, Alden McLean and resides

in Dexter, N. Y.
vii. John Rilet, b. Mar. 1, 1881 ; d. July 5, 1885, in Watertown.

507. William Eandall Trowbridge (Orrin A.-''^, John^^^, James^-^, Daniel''-'^'',
James^"^, William^'"', Thomas^), born December 26, 1847, in Adams Centre,
N. T. ; resides in Adams Centre; married January 15, 1872, in Adams Centre,
Vandelia Adell Greene, daughter of Franklin Joseph and Cordelia Ann (Sweet)
Greene, born June 28, 1853, in Adams Centre.

William E. Trowbridge settled in his native place, Adams Centre, N. T., where
he engaged in the business of buying and shipping stock. In March, 1888, he
removed with his family to Hinsdale, 111., and took charge of E. M. Borton's

• He failed to complete his family register.

t i-v born In Adams, N. Y. ; vi-vii in Hounsfleld. N. Y.



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large stock farm. In February, 1894, he returned to Adams Centre and
re-engaged in his former business there, in which his son is associated with him
at the present time.

CHILI) BEN BOBN" IN ADAMS CENTRE, N. T. :

828. i. Sherman Randall, b. Apr. 18, 187-1.
ii. Cordelia Ann, b. May 21, 1879.



508. LoREN Jones Trowbridge (Onin A.-'", John^'^^, James'^^^, Daniel'-'^'',
James^"^, William^'"', Thomas'^), bom March 30, 1849, in Adams Centre, N". Y.;
resides in Chicago, 111. ; married, first, November 16, 1873, in Wood River, Neb.,
Anastasia McCormick, daughter of Peter and Margaret (Murphy) McCormick,
born December 25, 1851, in Durell. Pa. ; died April 29, 1884, in Chicago, 111. He
married, second. May 6, 1885, in Chicago, Johannah Griffin, daughter of John
and Mary (O'Brien) Griifin, bom Januaiy 22, 1852. in Towanda, Pa.

Loren J. Trowbridge as a young man followed the trade of a carpenter and
later that of a millwright. He has lived in Chicago. 111., since soon after his
first marriage, except for a few years when he kept a general store in Spring
Valley, 111. He is at present in the ice business in Chicago.

children born in CHICAGO, ILL. :

By first marriage:

i. A son. ( twins, d. Mar. 30, 1875.

ii. A daughter, f b. Mar. 29, 1875 ; d. Mar. 30, 1875.

iii. Thom.\s, b. Mar. 16, 1876 ; is a macliiiiist in Chicago ; unm.

iv. Margaret, b. Nov. 16, 1877 : d. June 15, 1901. in Chicago ; unm.

V. Anastasia, b. Nov. 27, 1879; d. May 30, 1007, in Chicago; unm.

vi. Charles Richard, b. Sept. 12. 1881 ; is a teaming contractor in Chicago ; unm.

829. vii. Loren Frank, b. Apr. 24, 1884.



viu.



By second marriage:
William Edward, b. Sept. 4, 1SS6 ; is a machinist in Chicago ; unm.



ix. John Eustasia, b. May 7, 1895.



509. Eli Seeley Trowbridge (Orrin A.-"°, Johii^^^, James^"^, DanieV-'^",
Jamcs^"^, William^'"', Thomas^), bom August 10, 1854, in Adams Centre, N. Y.;
resides in San Jose, Cal. ; married Febi-uary 22, 1876, in Jackson, CaL, Sarah
Helen Leventon, daughter of Jolui Josiah and Sarah Elizabeth (Weldon)
Leventon, born October 7, 1858, in Plymouth, Cal.

Eli S. Trowbridge left his father's farm in May, 1871, for the West. After
being variously employed in Oswego, N. Y., and Cleveland and Cincinnati, Ohio,
he came to Brookfield, Mo., where he was employed as a carpenter. In the spring
of 1873 he got the gold fever and went to Austin, Nev. He continued to work at
the carpenter's trade, however, as it paid better than gold mining. In the fall
of 1874 he went to lone, Amador county, Cal.. where he was stoclcman for Doctor
Moss in the winter and kept a hotel in the mountains in the summer. He then
went to Plymouth, where he worked for the Phoenix Gold Mining Company for
about three years, and then tried placer mining on his own account for one year.
He then moved with his family to Sacramento, where he followed the carpenter's
trade for about two years. In July, 1883, he came to Lookout, Modoc county,
Cal., and bought a general merchandise store. He was thus engaged until
recently, when he sold out and removed to San Jose, Cal., where he is carrying
on a general merchandise business.

CHILD BORN IN PLTMOUTH, CAL. :

830. i. Orrin Alonzo, b. Oct. 23, 1877.



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510. Charles James Trowbridge (Orrin A.-'°, John^"^, James'^-^, Daniel^^",
James^"^, William}"", Thomas^), bom October 20, 185(5, in Adams Centre, N. T. ;
resides in Chicago, 111.; married September 17, 1883, in Adams Centre, Emily
Stoodley, daughter of Amos and Harriet (White) Stoodley, born October 24,
1865, in Brideville Farm, Devon, England.

Charles J. Trowbridge is a carpenter in Chicago, 111.

CHILIlIiEN :

i. Lloyd Stoodley, b. Mar. 17. 1S92, in Lorraine. X. X.
ii. LuLA Makian, b. Oct. 11, 1805, in Chicago, 111.

511. Thomas Philander Trowbridge (Orrin A.-'", Jolin^'^^, James^-^,
Vaniel"", James^"^, William''"", Thomas^), bom April 17, 1859, in Adams Centre,
N. Y. ; resides in Adams Centre; married March 2, 1898, in Adams, Nellie
Washbume, daughter of George and Jane (iloulton) Washburne, bom June 20,
1869, in Dowagiac, ilich.

Thomas P. Trowbridge is engaged in fanning in his native place, Adams
Centre, N. Y.

CHILDREN BORN IN ADAMS CENTRE, N. T. :

i. George Eli, b. Apr. 27, 1902.

ii. Charles Orrin, b. Nov. 1, 1903 ; d. July 30, 1907.

512. Fraxk Trowbridge {Orrin A.-'", Jolin^'^^, James^-'\ Daniel^'^", James^"^,
William^"". Thomas^), born April 1, 1864, in Adams Centre, N. Y.; died
January 22, 1899, in Adams Centre; married February 17, 1886, in Adams
Centre, Dora Jane Chase, daughter of Henry Stephen and Laura Ursula
(Masson) Chase, bom August 26, 1869, in Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. She resides
in Adams Centre.

Frank Trowbridge was engaged in farming all his life in Adams Centre, N. Y.,
his native place.

children born in ADAMS CENTRE, N. Y. :

i. Laura Esther, b. Oct. 3, 1880.

ii. Arthur Maxson, b. June 3, 1888.

iii. Helen Electa, b. Apr. 29, 1890.

iv. Harold, b. Apr. 23, 1892.

v. Elsie, b. Jan. 23, 1800.

vi. John Henry, b. Mar. 27, 1898 : d. Mar. 12, 1899.

513. Setii Samuel Trowbridge (Orrin A.-~", John}^^, James^-^, Daniel"",
James^"^, William^"", Thomas'^), bom January 9, 1800. in Adams Centre, N. Y.;
resides in Adams Centre; maiTied September 5, 1888, in Adams, Minnie Eomelia
Thomas, daughter of Charles Warren and Cornelia (Oatman) Thomas, born
October 10, 1872, in Adams.

Seth S. Trowbridge has always bc-<?n engaged in farming in his native place,
Adams Centre, N". Y.

child born in adams centre, n. y. :
i. Edna Cornelia, b. July 24, 1894.

514. MiLO Daniel Trowbridge (Aaron S.-''-, Daniel'^'''^, James^-^. Daniel"",
James^"^, William'^"", Thomas^), born jSTovember 7, 1822, in Canandaigua, N. Y. ;
died April 3, 1895, in Syi-aciise, N. Y. ; married September 19, 1847, in Syracu.se,
Minerva Wilcox Morey, daughter of Alanson and Sarah (Ryder) Moray, born
July 7, 1820, in Exeter, N. Y. She resides in Syracuse.

Milo D. Trowln-idge was brought up on a farm near Eichfield Springs, K". Y.
He then leamed the blacksmith's trade, at which he worked in Syracuse and
Phoenix, N. Y. After being thus employed for about ten years he became a
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fireman on the Syracuse and Binghamton railroad, then in the course of con-
struction. Afterwards he was given a position as engineer, continuing as such
in the employ of this railroad company forty years and until eleven months
prior to his death.

CHILDREN :*

831. i. George Alexander, b. Mav 22, 1840.

832. ii. LORIN Lee, b. July IS, 1851.

iii. Otis Adeleert, b. Aug. 25, 1855 ; is a locomotive engineer ; resides in Syra-
cuse, N. Y. ; unm.

iv. Flora Adelia, b. Jan. 11, 1858; d. Aug. 0, 1858.

V. Ellen Minerva, b. Aug. IS, I860; reside.s in Syracuse; unm. Slie assisted
tiie compiler by gatliering data of lier branch o£ the family.

vi. Miles Lucius, b. Sept. 20, 1808. He and his twin brother were pharmacists
in Syracuse, N. 1'., from 1885 through 1894. He then entered the University