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Sprague Abram P., p o East Fishkill, lawyer, born in town Aug.
^'m „ ' ''''S.Emma, daughter of Wm.H. Ingraham,
of Troy, married Oct. 8, 1873. Abram P.was educated
»«a o5'^>^ ^"7^1?"?' Hamilton, graduated in 1868,
Li?„S*^"*'.f''.^2*''^^"*'"871, has been associate
editor of the Albany Law Journal, International Re-
view, and other publications, is author of "New Sci-
ence of Law and a law dictionary, is secretary of the
International Code committee ol America, has been
delegate to conferences on law of nations, in Europe,
where he received a prize of $1,000 for the best essay
on international codification, in a contest with twen-

04. i A u *y."™°e writers of Europe and America.

btout Abraham C., p o Johnsville, farmer, 75 acres, born in New
• °^o„o'*y December 9, 1833, settled in Duchess county
in 1838; wife Elizabeth Pierce, of this towc, married
Nov. 27, 1861; children two-Lewis H. and Ettie C.
Parents Jacob B. and Martha (Charlock) Stout.

Seaman Charles, p o Stormville, farmer, 135 acres born in the
town Jan. 1, 1821, has been town auditor; wife Louisa
Ashby, of D«chess county, married in 1847; children
tour— Wm. H., Ann Maria, George M., and Daniel.
Jather, Daniel, was son of Robert Seaman, who came
from Westchester county.

Sedore Ira, p o Hopewell Junction, railroad manager, owns
house and lot, born in Wappinger's Palls Sept. 19,
1851, settled in this town in 1868; wife Catharine Bowns,
born in this town, married in 1868. Parents were
Charles and Sarah M. Sedore.

Sherwood Peter M., p o Adriance, civil engineer, owns 40 acres,
born in Red Hook; wife Isaphine Storm, married Sept.
10, 1879. Parents Joseph and Mary B. Sherwood.

Storm Charles A., p o Adriance, farmer 23 acres, born in East
Fishkill Sept. 18. 1845; wife Elizabeth B. Storm, mar-
ried Jan. 24, 18r2. Father, Charles G. Storm, was sou
of Col. John Storm.

Storm A. Adriance, p o Stormville, farmer. 800 acres, bom in
Wappinger's Palls Nov. 7, 1837, settled in this town in
1847; wife Lavinia Sherwood, born in Fishkill, married
1868; childrun one— Diana A. Father, Alfred, was son
of Isaac, the son of Isaac, the son of Thomas Storm,
from Tarrytown.

Storm Thomas I., p o Stormville, farmer, 350 acres, born on this
farm April 3, 1827, has been town assessor; wife Susan
Arthur, of Orange county; children four living-Adri-
anna, Dorothy, Arthur and Walter. Father, Theo-
doras, who was son of Thomas I , whose father was
one of the first settlers here.

Storm John T., p o Adriance, farmer, 115 acres, born in New
Hamburgh May 6, 1818, settled in this town in 1830;
wife Susan Storm, married in 1841; children five living
—Cornelia D., Isaphine, Zilpha S., Theodora and Cath-
arine L. Father, Abram Storm, was son of Thomas
G., son of G. Storm, one of the first settlers who came
here from Tarrytown.

Storm Wm. J., p o Stormville, farmer, 300 acres, born on same
farm July 9, 1844; wife Isabella M. Harpei, of New
York city, married Oct. 9, 1871; children two— G. Har-
pei and Ethel Margaret. Father, John V. was son of
Abram Storm.

Storm Wm. Pierre, p o Clove Branch, farmer and retired mer-
chant, 190 acres, born in Freedom Plains Oct. 1, 1827;
wife Susan M. Storm, married June 21,i 18B4; children
. six living— Clarence A.. Walter S., Richard B., Wm.
Pierre, Edward and John G. Father, Abraham S., son
of Thomas Storm.

Storm George, p o Clove Branch, farmer, 200 acres, born in this
town Aug. 13, 1839; wife Emma Haight, bom in West-
chester county, married in 1868; children one— Maria
Storm. Father Charles G. Storm, of this town.

Tompkins James A., p o Parmer's Mills, Putnam county.

Underhlll Chas., p o Hopewell Junction, agent of N. D. & C. R.
R. Co., born in New Haokensack July 28, 1853, Father,
Dr. Anthony Underbill, mother, Charlotte Underbill.

Van Vlack Abraham G., p o East Fishkill, farmer, 395 acres,
born on same farm Feb. 24, 1801; wife Susau Anson, of
this town, married in 1826, died Aug. 14, 1844; children
two— George and Mary Elizabeth. Father, George,
was son of Aaron Van vlack.

Van Wyck James, p o J ohnsville, farmer, 414 acres, born on
same farm Sept. 4, 1810; first wife Cornelia Ann
Van Wyck, married Noy. 12, 1834; second wife Eliza-
beth M! Van Brunt, married Oct. 3, 1849; children two
— Abraham and Richard T. Father, Abraham, was
son of Dr. Theodoras Van Wyck, who was a member of
the second and third provincial congresses, and
whose father, Theodorus, was surveyor and original
purchaser of a tract of- 900 acres.

Van Wyck Cornelius S., p o Fishkill Plains, farmer, 118 acres,
born in Fishkill March 9, 1821, has been supervisor and
assessor; wife Phebe Van Wyck, of East Fishkill, born
March 9, 1823, married Oct. 14, 1846: children three-
Robert, M., Stephen C. and Frank. Father, Stephen D.,
was son of Cornelius R. Van Wyck.

Waldo John B., p o Johnsville, fruit grower, 150 acres, born on
same farm June 2, 1846 ; wife Helen Brett, of this town,
married in 1872; children five. Father, Wm. B., was
son of Dr. Charles Waldo. This farm is said to be the
last farm sold by the Indians to the whites.

Warren Aaron, p o East Fishkill, farmer, born in this town
Oct. 21, 1814; wife Cornelia Phillips, of Fishkill,
married in 1869; children two— John and Charles.
Parents Jonathan and Hetty (Stockholm) Warren.



HISTORY OF DUCHESS COUNTY.



Weed George B., p o Patterson, Putnam county, farmer, 865
acres, born in South Kast Jan. IB, 1836, settled in town
in 1856, has been collertor; wife Susan Seaman, mar-
ried Oct. 7, 1856; children three— Anna L., Willie G.,
Ella F. Father, Hendriok Weed.

Wixon Dearborn, p o East Fishkill, farmer, 118>i acres, born in
Putnam county Feb 18, 1844, settled in Duchess county
in 1869, has been U. S. deputy census enumerator; wife
Lovina Horton, of Putnam county, married April 14,
1864; children one living— AUie. Father, Kathaniel
Wixon, was a son of John Wixon,

Wixon Wm. H., p o Bast Fishkill, farmer, 118X acres, born in
Putnam county Sept. 8, 1840, settled in Duchess county
in 1869; wife Susan Horton, of Putnam county, mar-
ried Dec. 14, 1865; children two— Isadore and Addie
May. Father, Nathaniel Wixon.



FISHKILL.

Aldridge Thomas, farmer and brick manufacturer, 307 acres,
born in Orange county in 1818, settled in Duchess
county in 1851. has been assessor; wife Amelia A.
Bndd, married in 1865; children eight.
Andrews James W., p o Matteawan, wool broker, born in Ulster
county in 1823. settled in Duchess county in 1844, died
in 1879; wife Eliza Annan, married in 1847; children
one— James E. Dr. Daniel D. Annan, born in Duchess
county in 1792. died in 1834; wife Margaret Brett.
Benjamin F. R., p o Fishkill. general merchant, born in Duch-
ess county in 18:-l8, owns a store, takes produce in ex-
change for goods; wife Helena Van Nostrand, married
in 1865; children two— Cora and Frank.
Blair Robert, p o Low Point, brick manufacturer and farmer,
100 acres, born in Orange county Feb. 28, 1819, settled
in Duchess county in 1875; wife Harriet Van Wart, of
Rockland county, married in 1843; children six — Phebe,
Hiram, Harriet B., Robert, Abbie and Annie. Robert
Blair commenced the manufacture of brick in 1859 in
Westchester county, anj went to Haverstraw, where
his present yard is si tuated, in 1863, and employs an
average of forty men.
Bogardus Samuel, p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, retired builder,
born in Fishkill Jan. 16, 1806; wife Phebe A. Schonten,
born in 1806, married in 1838; children six living.
Abram M. Bogardus, born in Duchess county in 1771,
died in 1859; wife Deborah Cook, born in 1774, died in
1836; children eight — three now living. Dominie Ever-
ardus Bogardus was born in Holland, married and emi-
grated to New York, and settled in Duchess county
about 1630.
Britt Captain Walter, p o Fishkill Landiog. prop, of Fishkill,
Newburgh & Albany Steamboat Co., born in Fishkill in
1818. was founder and president of the First National
Bank of Fishkill in 1862; wife Caroline A. Wiltsie, mar-
ried in 1810. Peter Britt and James Wiltsie were both
- born in Fishkill.
Brundage C. W., p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, dealer in coal,
cement, lime, hay and feed, born in Fishkill in
1830. John Place, of Brundage & Place, was born in
tijiion Vale in 1838. C. W. Brundage commenced busi-
ness in 1863; present firm was formed in 1868.
Cary Isaac, p o Johnsville, retired farmer, 1400 acres, born in
Duchess county in 1811; wife Eliza J. Washburn, mar-
ried in 1840; children five. John I. Carey, born in
Duchess county in 1784, died in 1844. Joseph Carey,
born in Rhode Island in 1750, served through the revo-
lutionary war; children twenty -one — all of whom grew
to maturity.
Cary Thomas, p o Fishkill, farmer. 275 acres, born in Fish-
kill in 1814; wife Mary J. Morgan, born in 1829,
married in 1848; children nine— William M., John
T., Emetine,. Jane B., Louisen, Mary L., Howard
W., Isaac B.. Bdward W. William Morgan, born in
England in 1779, came to Duchess county m 1826, died
in 1858; wife Kliza Wiley, born in Duchess county in
1801, married in 1887, died in 1857; children three.
Cook J . Hervey, p o Fishkill -on- the-Hudson, attorney and coun-
selor at law, born in New Jersey, settled in Duchess
county in 1867.
Davis David, p o Matteawan, born in Hartsrille, Duchess coun-
ty in 1808; wife Lydia M. Schenck, born in 1811, married
June 15, 1830, died in March 1866; second wife Ann S.
White, married in 1867, died in Oct. 1871 ; third wife
Sarah M. Brett, married in 1874; children one— Cor-
nelia Brett
Dean James E., p o Fishkill, marble manufacturer, born in Fish-
kill in 1830, has been pos'-.-master and justice of the
peace; wife Jerusha P. Hilliker, of Sullivan county,
married in 1854; children four. William G. Dean, born
in Pawling in 1795, died in 1850, was one of the early
settlers. Bphraim Dsan, born in Duchess county in
1760, died iu 1806.
Dibble W. S., p o Matteawan, prop, of Dibble hotel, born in
Litchfield, Conn., in 1848, settled in Duchess county in
1874: hotel was built by him in 1877, is situated on
Main street, and is in every way a first-class house.
Dudfey A. H,, p o Brinkerhoffville, miller, and dealer in flour
and feed, born in Putnam county, mill is one of the
oldest in the county, and was built by the revolution-
ary soldiers.



Duchess Hat Works, p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson.
DuBois Peter C, p o Fishkill-onthe Hudson, farmer, born in
Fishkill in 1783, died iu 1869, held several promment
town and county offices; wife Ann Simonton, of Fish-
kill, born in 1785, married in 1807, died in 1868; children
seven— three living. Father, Peter Du Eois, born in
Duchess county, whose family was among the first set-
tlers of Fishkill.

Ha'ght William H., p o Fishkill, farmer. 78 acres, born in Duch-
ess county in 1837; wife Caroline Kinney, married in
1873; children one— Laura B.

Haight Jacob, p o Fishkill, farmer and fruit grower, 130 acres,
born in Duchess county in 1807; wife Sarah Hustis, of
Putnam county, married in 1832; children four -Wil-
liam H., Susan A., James L., and Charles G. James
Haight, born in Duchess county in 1775, died in 1850,
was a farmer. John Haight, born on same farm in
1741, died in 1836, was captain in the revolutionary
army.

Haver Jane E., p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, owns bakery and ice
cream saloon, was formerly Jane B. Yeiverton, of
Duchess county, bom in 1829, married in 1849; children
four— Alvaretta, Frances F., Dora, and James H.

Hustis H. H., p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, attorney and coun-
selor, born in Putnam county, settled in Duchess
county in 1853, was justice of the peace from 1859 to
1868, and supervisor in 1874.

Hustis Theodore, p ,o Fishkill, farmer, born in Putnam county
Jan. 16, 1805, died Nov. 5, 1853; wife Mary A. Brincker-
hofl, born in Fishkill in 180.% married in 1837; children
two -Elizabeth and May L. Derrick L BrincKerhoff,
born in Duchess county, died in 1818. John Brincker-
hoft, born in Duchess county, was among the first set
tiers in Hopewell, and a farmer.

Judson & Hancock, p o Matteawan.

Judson Roswell S., p o Matteawan, liveryman, born in Connecti-
cut, settled in Duchess county in 1861. Judson & Han-
cock, proprietors oC livery and sale stables. Cyrus J.
Hancock was born in Massachusetts, and came to
Duchess county in 1856.

Kittredge C. M., p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, physician and sur-
geon, born in New Hampshire, settled in Duchess
county in 1870.

Enapp Du Bois, p o Fishkill, born in Duchess county in 1844, died
in 1876, owned six acres in homestead; wife Mima Hop-
kins, married in 1866: children four.

Enapp James H., p o Fishkill, farmer and fruitgrower, 140 acres,
born in Duchess county in 1^22; wife Jane E. Shaw,
born in Duchess county in 1838, married in 1843; chil-
dren eight— H. Du Bois, Emily A., Ueorge B., William
A., David I., Jennie A., Howard C, and Herbert C.
Beverly Knapp, born in Duchess county in 1781, died
in 1858; first wife Mary Nelson; second wife Elizabeth
Van Schaick, born in 1799, married in 1820; children
six. John Knapp, born in Connecticut, settled in
Duchess county, and was engaged in the revolution.

Luyster Bdnaond, p o Fishkill. retired farmer, 350 acres, born in
Fishkill in 1820; wife Catharine Storm, born in 1828,
married in 1860; children two— Maggie and John S.
John P. Luyster, born in Duchess county in 1794, died
in 1872; wife Margaret Myers, born iu Duchess county
in 1792, married in 1814, died in 1871; children eight —
three now living. Peter I. Luyster, born in Duchess
county. Father emigrated from New Town, Long
Island.

Mackin James, p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson.

McLaughlin David S., p o Fishkill-on-tbe-Hudson, dealer in
cigars and tobacco, born in Orange county in 1833. set-
tled in Duchess county in 1854, was appointed post-
master in 1869, commenced business in 1858; wife Jane
Hunt, of Duchess county, married in 1857; children
four— Marvin J , Frank, Augusta, and Walter.

Martin Charles B., p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson. born in Duchess
county in 1843; partner in business, W. A. Baxter, born
in Duchess county in 1848; commenced business in
1860. Charles B. Martin entered the firm in 1871; gen-
. eral dealers in dry goods, groceries, clothing, boots
and shoes, store situated earner of Main and Ferry
streets.

Mead James V., p o Fishkill on-the-Hudson, farmer and brick
manufacturer, 97 acres, born in Orange county in 1831,
settled in Duchess county in 1870: wife Mary A. Clark,
born in Orange county in 1889, married in 1858; chil-
dren six — Henrietta, Alvaretta, James A., Harry,
Thomas A., and Sebastian. Commenced the manufac-
ture of brick in 1866, at Duchess Junction, established
at Low Point in 1870, and employs an average of twen-
ty-five men. «

Redman John, p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, general plumber and
gas-ntter, born in England in 1839, settled in Duchess
county in 1864; wife Susan Taylor, born in Yorkshire,
Eng. in 1838, married in 1865; children one— Rhoda.

Robinson Lyman. Matteawan, born in Greene county in 1833,
settled in Duchess county in 1861; wife Catharine
McArthur, of Scotland, married in 1861 -children three
Partner in firm of Falconer, Carroll & Co., of Mattea-
wan National Felt Works. Stephen Van Rensselaer
Robinson, born in Duchess county in 1794, died in 1848:
wife Julia Hinman, of Greene county, married in 1816:
children twelve— five now living. Jasper Robinson,
born in Massachusetts, settled in Duchess county
about 1776, and died in Greene county.



PERSONAL STATISTICS.



XI



Rogers Charlea C p o Fishkill, farmer, born in Fishkill in 1829;
wife Hattie L. Cook, of Oneida county, married in 1863 ;
children one— Charles D. Absalom Bogers, born in
Putnam county in 1784, oame to Duchess ia 1800, and
died in 1860. He was a farmer.

Rosa H. B., p o Fishkill, dealer in furniture, and undertaker,
bornluDuchessoounty in 1839; wife Sarah B. Sonth-
eral. of Duchess county, married in 1853; children
three. John H. Rosa, born in Ulster county in 1803,
came to Duchess couaty in 18'27, died Sept. 10, 1860,
commenced business in 1837.

Bothery John and William, p o Matteawan, manufacturers of
flies, John was born in France in 1821, and settled in
Duchess county in 1827. William, born in Matteawan
in 1834, commenced business in 1858. John Bothery,
born in ShetBeld, Bug., in 1799, oame to Duchess
county in 1837. died in 1858; wife Mary Ashorth, of
ShefBeld, England, married m 1830 ; children seven
—six now living. John commenced business in 1835,
giving employment to about forty-flve persons, and
■was original founder of the file company.

Rozell Harvey, p o Fishkill, farmer and grapery, 93 acres, born
in Fishkill in 1883, has been commissioner of highway<i;
■wife Jeanette Hunter, born in Duchess county in 1829,
married in 1849; children six. Robert Rozel), born in
Duchess county Aug. 16, 1794, died Nov. 10, 1875; wife
Phebe Way, of Duchess county, born Jan. 85, 1796,
married Oct. 9, 1817, died Jan. 33, 1879; children four.
Jeremiah Rozell emigrated from Germany, served un-
der Washington in the Bevolution, and settled in
Duchess county.

Sargent Henry W., p o Bishkill-on-the Hudson, retired, born in
Boston, Mass.. in 1810, settled in Duchess county in
1840; wife Caroline Olmstead. of New York city, mar-
ried in 1839; children one— Winthrop, born in 1840.

Schouten Stephen, p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, dealer in under-
taking and furnishing goods, born in Duchess county
in 1811, commenced' business in 1857; wife Hattie J.
Barhyte, of Duchess county, married in 1832.

Scofleld Miles, p o Fishkill, farmer and fruit grower, 103 acres,
born m Fishkill in 1887, has been assessor; wife Mary
Vale, of Duchess county, born in I860; children one —
Mary L., born in 1865. Ephraim M. Scofield, born in
Duchess county in 1797, died in 1878. Miles Scofield,
born in Connecticut in 1770, came to Duchess county
about 1780.

Scofleld E E . p o Fishkill, farmer and dairyman, 150 acres, born
in Fiflikill Nov. 87, 1836; wife Eliza (J. Baxter, born in
Ne^w York city in 1839, married in 1867: children two —
Arthur B , born in 1869, and Almira B., born in 1873.
E. M. Scofleld, born in Putnam county in 1796, died in
1878; wife Catharine Phillip, of Duchess county, born
in 1808, married in 1827; children four.

Seaman George A., p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson.

Smith Everett A., p o Matteawan, retired, born in Matteawan in
1843; wife Katy Mondar, of Orange county, married in
1862, died in 1877; children three; second' wife Violet
Gorden, of Scotland, born in 1844, married Oct, 11,
1877. Abraham Smith, born in Duchess county in 1806,
died in 1858; wife Ruth J. Robinson, born in Duchess
county April 15, 1810, married Dec. 8, 1880. Gabriel
Smith, born in Duchess county in 1740, died in 1838;
children ten— four now living— the oldest about 90
years of age. „ „,^ , ,

Storm John V., p o Fishkill, retired farmer, 341 acres, born in
Duchess county in 1800, has been assessor, supervisor
and justice of the peace; ■wife Jeannette E. Wooley, of
Pleasant Valley, married in 1839; children seven.
Abraham Storm, born in Duchess county in 1771, died
in 1850. Isaac Storm born in Tarrytown.

Spaight J. W., p o Fishkill.

Talbot Thomas, p o Fishkill-ori-the-Hudson, dealer in flsh and
oysters, born in England in 1844; wife Mary E. Parm-
lee of Oneida county, married in 1868; children three
Thomas, Walter and Susie.

Talbot B. M., dealer in general fancy groceries, ■wines, fine
brands of liquors, imported and domestic cigars, and
tobacco, commenced business in 1866, and in 1876
erected a fine two-story house; born in England in
1837, settled in Duchess county in 1866; wife Elizabeth
Bates, of England, married in 1868; children three—
—Frederick, James and Willie.

Tompkins Solomon, p o Matteawan, retired farmer, born in
Duchess county in 1810: wife Betsey Randall, of Dela-
ware county, borninl'814, married in 1834; children
ten— Le^wis. Charles W., Emory L., William S., Hen-
ry B. Frank O., Edward, Arsinoe, Jennie, and Rebec-
ca Solomon Tompkins, born in Putnam county in
1777, died in 1861 ; wife Elizabeth Hyatt, born in 1776,
married in 1800, died in 1853; children nine— three now
living.

Teller James, p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson.

Underbill Samuel, p o Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, dealer in grocer-
ies and provisions, born in Ulster county in 1820, set-
tled in Duchess county in 1841; wife RuthC. Williams,
married in 1858; children two.

Van Amburgh Walter, p o Fishkill-on-tho-Hudson, farmer, 60
acres, born in Duchess county in 1830; wife Mary L.
Vail, born in 1840, married in 1861; children one— Er-
mina Robert Van Amburgh, born in Duchess county
in 1774, died in 1850; wife Freelove DuBois, born in
1774, died in 1870; children eleven— six now living.



Van Buren Lorenzo, p o Fishkill, farmer and brick manufactur-
er, owns homestead, born in Otsego county in 1811 •
settled in Duchess county in 1861; wife Charlotte
Compton, born in New Jersey in 1814, married in 1838;
children five— Willis, Squire, Lucy, Lorenzo Q , and
Mary D.

Van Voorhis William H., p o Fishkill on-the-Hudson, farmer,
born in Duchess county in 1818; wife Ann E. Lester,
bom in 1814, married in 1845. John Van Voorhis, born
in Duchess county in 1783, died in 1862, was son of
Henry Van Voorhis.

Van Wyck John C, p o Fishkill, born in Duehess county in 1793,
died June 2, 1867; wife Delia Griffen, born in Duchess
county Aug. 20, 1797, married April 7, 1814; children
seven — four now living. Cornelius C. Van Wyck, born in
Duchess county April 28, 1763; wife Letitia Adritiance,
bom in Duchess county in 1766, married May 3, 1786.
Jacob Griffen, bom in Duchess county Sept. 17, 1764,
died Dec. 28, 1799; wife Catharine DuBois, bom in
Duchess county May 8, 1771, married in 1790, died May
7, 1847; children three.

Verplanck William S., p o Fishkill-on the-Hudson, farmer, bom
in New York oity in 1818; wife Hannah B. Newland,
married in 18.37; children seven.

Verplanck Samuel, p o Fishkiil-oc-the-Hudson, farmer, 800 acres,
born in Fishkill in 1840; wife Anna Rogers, of New
York city, married in 1879, James D. Ver Plank, born
in Duchess county in 1805; wife Julia A. Caverly, of
Duchess county, married in 1835; children three.

White Charles D., p o Fishkill, farmer 470 acres, born in Greene
county in 1837, settled in Duchess county in 1844; wife
Mary A. Haynes, born in Rensselaer county in 18.39,
married in 1869; children five- George C, Milo J., An-
nie, Charles H., and Albert. George C. White, born in
Duchess county in 180:^, died in 1859; wife Annis Yeo-
mans, of Greene county, born in I8O1'; children one —
Charles D.

Wood 1. C, p o Fishkill, nurseryman and florist, born in Fish-
kill in 1840: wife Emma Moran, born in Ontario coun-
ty in 1840, married in 1875. Joseph J. Wood, born in
Fishkill in 1828; wife Rebecca Vernol, of Duchess
county.

Wooley Susan S., p o Fishkill.



HYDE PARK.

Blauvelt Rev. Cornelius B,. p o Hyde Park, pastor of Reformed
church, born in New York city May 6, 1843, settled in
this county in Sept. 1880, and is editor of the *^Christian
Intelligencer;'^ wife Aurelia Sage, born Nov. 10, 1844,

' married April 16. 1868: children two— Addie Aurelia,

born Feb. 28, 1869, and Mary Sage, born Sept. 24, 1873.
Father, -David T. Blauvelt, wife Adeliza Williams.

Bodenstein Henry, p o Staatsburgh, manufacturer of Ice tools,
born in Germany In 1858, settled in Duchess county in
1863; wife Antoinette Podrabsky, married in June,
1878: children one- Clarence H. Father John H. Bod-
enstein.

Bodenstein J. G.. p Staatsburgh, manufacturer of ice tools,
born in Germany in 1850, settled in Duchess county in
1863; wife Louisa Hess, born in New York city, married
in Nov., 1873; childrtn one— Frederick. Father. John
H. Bodenstein.

Burnett Henry K., p o Poughkeepsie, farmer, 80 acres, born in
Clinton Sept. 84, 1837; wife Helen A. Losee, bom in
Washington. Father, John Burnett, born in LaGrange,
son of John Burnett, whose father, John Burnett, set-
tled in LaGrange about 1730.

Cady Bev. Philander Z., p Hyde Part, rector of St. James
parish, born in Cincinnati, O., Oct. 8.3, 1826, settled in
Duchess county in Sept. 18B6, and took charge of
Christ church in Poughkeepsie, where he continued
rector nine years, was graduated from Woodward
college, Cincinnati, and from the theological seminary
of the Protestant Episcopal church of New York city,
was ordained m July, 1880, received degree from
Columbia college, has been rector of Grace church.
West TroyN. Y., Newark. N. J., and others; wife
Helen S. Hamilton, married June 11, 1863; children



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