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Margaret Smith; Benjamin, m. Margaret Abram; Ann, m. Samuel Thorne;
Elizabeth, m. Stephen Cornell; George, m. Amy Hicks; John and Joseph.
Should be glad if any of the family could throw any light on this subject.

Getiealogy of tlic Cornell Faviily. 6i

239 Caleb. (Did he marry widow Phebe Hughes,

Hempstead, 21.5, 1743.)

240 Mary.

1770, Edward Cornell (31) will names my son Daniel's
children viz.: John, Caleb, Nelson, Mary. 1761, baptized at
St. George's Church, Hempstead (see 83) Nelson Cornell,
child, also John, Caleb and Mary, children of Daniel and Mary
Cornell. 1824, Nelson Cornwell and wife Mary to Sherwood
52 acres in Hempstead on road from Waters' grist mill to
Lambertson's grist mill.


Hannah,' of Edward* (31), John,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,'
m. Henry Abrams (supposed). Children {Abrauis):

^largaret, m. Benjamin Cornell.
Elizabeth, m. Elijah Cornell.

Henry Abrams' will 1791, mentions wife Hannah and child
Elizabeth, wife of Elijah Cornell and Margaret, wife of Benja-
min Cornell.


Thomas,' of William' (35), Thomas,' Thomas,' Thomas,'
b. Jan. 13, 1725-6; m. Rachel Allen, Oct, 16, 1746, at Middle-
ton. Children:

241 Sarah, b. July 10, 1747.

242 Elizabeth, b. Nov. 21, 1749; in.(?) June 15, 1766,

Alex Briggs, or James Anthony, 1768.


Walter,' of George^ (36), Thomas,^ Thomas,' Thomas,'
b. II. 8, 1729; d. at Portsmouth, 21.3, 1813; m. Sarah Anthony,
daughter of Abraham, April 4, 1753. Children:

243 Thurston, m. (i) Ann Anthony; m. (2) Mary

Perry, Feb. 1782.

244 Elizabeth, m. Robert N. Hix at Tiverton, Aug. 3,

1797. Had one child who died in infancy.

62 (Tivifa/ogy of the Cornell Favtily.


Gideon,' of George "Xid), Thomas/ Thomas,' Thomas/ Thomas,'
b. Dec, 6. 1737; d. May 30, 1801; m. Susannah Brownell; she
d. April 4. 1825, ag'e 82. Children:

245 Edward, b. 1765; d. 1857, at Butternuts, Otsego

Co., N. Y.; m. Elizabeth Hoxie.

246 William, b. Oct. 29, 1766; d. 1864-5; ^^^- (i) Con-

tent Davis; m. (2) Rhoda Tenny, 1839.

247 Millicent, b. Oct. 19, 1768; d. April 19, 1791; in.

Philip Allen.

248 Susannah, b. Dec, 1770; m. Jonathan Mooney or

]\Iowry; d. Sept. 4, 1824, at Union Village,
Washington Co., N. Y.

249 Sarah, b. Sept. 23, 1774; d. May 28, 1802; m. Abra-

ham Briggs.

250 Gideon, b. Oct. 17, 1776; d. Aug. 13, 1834; m.

(i) Hannah Russell; (2) Harriet Sarchet, 1834.

251 Wanton, b. Sept. 23, 1778; d. March 26, 1871, at

Milton, Saratoga Co., N. Y.

252 Latham, b. 1781; d. April 17, 1876.

253 Mary, b. March 2, 1783; d. March 12. 1861; m. (i)

Gideon Gifford, Jr., April 4, 1807; (2) Erastus
Bigelow, D.D., who d. Jan. 15, 1855, age 90.

254 Weaker, b. May 17, 1785; d. April 14, 1877, at

Troy, N. Y.

1783, Gideon removed with his brother Matthew to Wash-
ington Co., N. Y. (Easton). Susannah (248) says his wife was
Susannah Mooney. He emigrated from Rhode Island to
Easton about 1780.


Matthew," of George' (36), Thomas,* Thomas,' Thomas,'
b. Nov. II, 1745; d. March 4, 1807; m. in Newport, Elizabeth
Shrieve, daughter of Daniel and Abigal Shrieve, about 1774;
she was b. at Seconnett (now Little Compton), Nov. 23,
1750; d. April 29, 1829. Children:

255 John, b. June 24, 1780; d. May 5, 1839; m Eunice

Cheesboro, and lived at Glenn's Falls, N. Y.

Genealogy of the Cornell Faviily. 63

256 Walter, b. Aug. 24, 1782; d. March 4, 1833, at

Albany, N. Y., while a member of the State
Legislature; m. Eunice Hart.

257 Matthew, Jr., b. March 27, 1787; d. Jan. 29, 1854.

258 Amy, b. Dec. 11, 1774; m. Anthony Lee; d. Sept.

14, 1814.

259 Hannah, b. Sept. 10, 17S4; d. Aug. 15, 1821; m.

Gideon Durfee.

260 Elizabeth, b. Feb. 19, 17SS; m. "Wilbur Dennis,

merchant, Scipio, X. Y., Jiily 6, 1806.

261 Millicent, b. June 18, 1792; m. Gideon Gifford; d.

July 20, 1866.

262 George, b. Sept. 3, 1790; d. young.

He made his home in Ponegansett, Bristol Co., Mass., and
engaged in whale fishery previous to the Revolution, and in
July, 1776, he sold his ship and cargo in the Dutch West Indies
to avoid capture by the British ship-of-war Potnona, cruising in
those waters. He was subsequently captured by a British
cruiser, and confined in one of the British ships in the harbor
of New York. After suffering in those British hulks, he was
released in 1778 or 1779, and returned to Ponegansett. Thence
he emigrated to Easton, Washington Co., N. Y., with his
wife and one or two children about 1780. He resided there
about nine years, then removed to Cambridge, same county,
and settled on a farm near Buskirk's Bridge. Here he
acquired considerable property, reared a family of seven chil-
dren, and died in his sixty-third year.

He is described as robust and strong in form, with a dignified
presence, and the manners of a gentleman of the old school.
He was kind in his family relations, esteemed as a neighbor
and friend, diligent and prosperous in business affairs, but
owing to some losses arising from certain purchases of land,
he became disheartened and subject to settled melancholy,
which finally resulted in suicide. He and his wife joined the
Quakers and were for many years members of that society.

Matthew Cornell and his wife, Elizabeth, were buried in
the Quaker burying ground, Easton, Washington Co., X. Y.


Rebecca,' of Gideon' (37), Thomas,' Thomas,' Thomas,'
Thomas '

64 Genealogy of the Cornell Faviily.

b. Feb. 17, 1755; m. Col. Clement' Biddle (John,' William,*
William'), 1774, a prominent Philadelphia family. Children

Thomas, m. Christiana Williams.

James, m. Elizabeth Kepling.

John, m. Mary Widdle.

Jacob, d. iinmarried.

Clement, m. Mary Barkley.

Mary, m. Gen. George Cadwallader.

Rebecca, m. Dr. Matthew Chapon.

Nancy, m. Thomas Dunlop.

Sally, d. unmarried.

She, or her mother Rebecca, married for her second husband,
Joseph Rotch of Dartmouth, Mass., 12.29, 1768. This Joseph
was largely interested in whale oil, probably then the princi-
pal business in Dartmouth. He bought land of Joseph
Russell, whose daughter Mary Russell married Peleg Cornell,

113, 1739-

Her first husband, Clement Biddle, was a colonel in the
Revolutionary army. After sixty years absence from her
Newport home, she returned for a visit there, and in a letter
to a friend gives a description of her old home. As this letter,
dated 1824, and furnished the writer by one of her descendants,
throws some light on the history of the family and their
prosperity in those times, I have thought best to insert it
here, though there are perhaps some errors in it:

"After an absence of sixty years I found the Mansion house (near New-
port, R. I.), in precisely the same state that I left it. It is situated on the
east side of the Island, six miles from the town of Newport. The farm
connected with it contained 120 acres, besides two other farms, containing
180 acres each, which were owned by my father's brothers, William Cornell
and George Cornell. We also visited another farm belonging to my father
on the west side of the Island, containing the same number of acres. 1
went to see my father's town residence in Newport, a very good house in
Thames street, opposite the Liberty Tree, and another dwelling house
which he leased and resided in many years, opposite the Parade Grounds
near the State house. At the early age of fifteen years my father, Gideon
Cornell, at the time of his father's death (Thomas Cornell who died at the
age of 55), came into the possession of a considerable landed estate, the
farms and house above mentioned, and 15,000 Spanish milled dollars in
cash, besides a very considerable estate in the Island of Jamaica. Thomas
Cornell died in the year 1726, and his son, my father, in the year 1766, at
the same age, viz.: 55, at Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica, where he had

Genealogy of the Cornell Family. 65

gone to receive a large sum of money awarded to him by the British
government. I was his only child, and at the time of his death he was the
King's Lieut.-Governor, and Chief Justice of the colony of Rhode Island
(his commissions as such are in the possession of Chapman Biddle, his

I, Rebecca Biddle, was born in the year 1755, at my father's farm on the
east side of the Island of Rhode Island, in Middletown township, six miles
from the town of Newport. My father, Gideon Cornell, in the year 1732, at
the age of 21, married Rebecca \'aughan. I had a brother who died an infant
at the age of nine months. My mother's father, Captain Daniel Vaughan,
was master of a vessel then under his command on Ocracoke Bar on the coast
of North Carolma. I will relate to you the following circumstances connected
with his loss. In the year 1717, an old woman in Newport reported to be a
witch and known by the name of Mother Carey, came to the house of my aunt
Cadman (where my grandfather Capt. Vaughan then resided), where was a
quantity of fresh butter put up for the intended voyage. Mother Carey told
the captain that she must have one of these kegs of butter, which, however
he would not give her, when she observed to him that he would repent of it,
which the captain did not regard, although his friends (such was the super-
stition of the day) urged him to give the old woman the butter. Shortly
after this time the vessel he commanded sailed from Newport bound to
North Carolina, and on Christmas Day, 1717, arrived and came to anchor off
Ocracoke Bar on the coast of North Carolina. Several of Captain Vaughan's
friends saw the brig come to anchor, went down to the shore to meet him and
distinctly observed a boat putting off for the shore from the brig. It being
a very bitter cold day, they remarked that they would go to the only house
on the beach and warm themselves before the captain and his people came
on shore. After remaining in the house some time, they became anxious
about the boat, and accordingly went out to look for her; they could
perceive no sign of the boat or of the appearance of any persons being on
the brig. They then all went out to the brig, and upon getting on board
found the kettle boiling in the caboose, the sails furled and every thing in
order, but no living thing on board except a little dog."

From this letter it appears that Mrs. Rebecca Biddle was
her father Gideon's only heir, and as he seems to have gotten
the lion's share of his father's property, that the inheritance of
the family went to the Biddies of Philadelphia.


George," of Walter' (40), George,' Thomas,' Thomas,* Thomas,'
b. 21.5, 1729; m. Rebecca Preston, Jime 29, 1753, at Ports-
mouth. Children:

263 Millicent, b. June iS, 1792; d. Jan. 20, 1S26; m.
Gideon Gifford, May 26, 1810.


66 (lenealogy of tJtc Cornell J-'avilly.

264 Ruth Nicholls, b. Oct. i, 1753.

265 Mary, b. Dec. 31, 1757; ni. Josiah Schofield, Green-

field, Saratoga Co., N. Y.

266 Joseph, b. Oct. 2, 1759; d. at Portsmouth.

267 Phebe, b. Aug. 20, 1762; m. Benjamin Wood,


268 Nicholas, b. April 14, 1765, in Portsmouth; d.

Sept. 4, 1829; m. Hannah Sisson.

269 Gideon, b. Oct. 16, 1767; m. Ann Cornell (27S).


Joxai'han" of Walter,' (40), George,* Thomas,^ Thomas,'^
b- 5-6, 1736; d. 1809; m. Phebe Brownell, Oct. 23, 1760, both
of Portsmouth; she d. May 13, 1880, in the 95 year of her age;
buried in the Cornell Homestead burial ground. Children:

270 Mary, b. June 31, 1761; d. young.

271 Walter, b. April 7, 1764; m. Ruth A. Earle, Dec.

S, 1791.

272 Hannah Brownell, b. March 10, 1767; m. (i) Oliver

Cornell (120); m. (2) Thomas Townsend, of
Newport, March 31, 181 1.

273 Stephen Brownell, b. Nov. 22, 1773; d. Jan. 17,

1840; m. Catherine Sherman, widow of Eben-
ezer: no children. He was member of the
Rhode Island Legislature; preserved records
for the Friends. He was born in the old Home-
stead at Portsmouth, lived there and is buried
in the burial plot on the place, also his wife.

1764, Deputy from Portsmouth. 1780, Jonathan to son
Stephen, deed 57 acres in southwest corner of my farm, boimded
northwest by Job Cornell. 1809, Jonathan conveys to Stephen
B., part of farm; will devises to Walter and Stephen B. 1840,
Stephen B., will devises Cornell farm to Stephen Cornell, son
of his sister Hannah B. Townsend and to Albert Cornell (550).


Walter," of Walter ^ (40), George,' Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,'
b. April 3, 1742; d. before 1805; m. Elizabeth Mott, daughter

Genealogy of the Cornell Family. Gi

of John and Elizabeth, 13.10, 1770, at Friends' Meeting House.

274 John, b. July 15, 1771; he followed the sea.

275 Robert, b. 6.5. 1773; d., 1777.

276 Benjamin, b. 18.5, 1775.

277 Walter, b. 15.9, 1777; d. about 1805, at Newport.

175S, Deputy for Portsmouth.


Robert," of George' (42), George,' Thomas' Thomas.' Thomas,'
b. April 5, 1745; d. Oct. 29, 1799; m. ( i ) Hannah Weaver, Dec.
8, 1768;* m. (2) Ruth Browne, Dec. 8, 1778. Children:

By first wife:

278 Ann, b. March 6, 1771; m. Gideon Cornell, son of

George (269), of Portsmouth, Oct. 13, 1793.

279 Hannah, b. Aug. i, 1773.

280 Rebecca, b. Jan, 23, 1775; ^"i^- David Sisson, Nov.

14, 1799-
By second wife:

281 Sarah, b. Sept. 28, 1780.

282 George, b, July 9, 1783.

I'ii Elizabeth, b. Nov. 23, 1784; m. Nov. 14, 1805,
George Peckham, son of Benjamin and Mary
(Hazard) Peckham; d. Sept. 5, 1840.

284 Robert, b. Aug. 14, 1793; d. Sept. 19, 1818.

His father devised to him his dwelling house in Middletown.


Benjamin,* of George' (supposed) (42), George.' Thomas,'
Thomas,' Thomas,'
b. Sept. 5, 1 751; d. 1837; m. Martha Elizabeth Wilbur,
daughter of William Wilbur, Esq., of Little Compton; she
d. age 97, buried in Friends' burial gi'ound, Newport.

* Married by John Barker, J. P., in Middletown, and they were both of

68 (jraea/ogy of the Cornell Family.

255 Martha, m. Benjamin (or Anthony) Taylor, of

Newport; had James, First Lieutenant in war
of Rebellion, and Mary, both d. young and

256 Harriet, b. 1770; m. Feb. 1816, Capt. John Ryder

Stanhope; he d. 1S73, had nine children of whom
Lieut. -Col. Philip W. Stanhope, born at New-
port, June 4, 1829, was one.

257 Ruth, m. about 1780, John, eldest son of John and

Elizabeth (Bull) Miller. Children, Elizabeth,
Mary, James, Desire Bull, John and William, all
of whom but Mary and Desire, d. young; she
was left a widow in 1799, and in 18 10, left Rhode
Island, with her daughter Desire (who m. Aaron
Chase Dennis), and resided in Troy and other
places; she d. in Johnsonville, Rensselaer Co.,
N. Y., April 5, 1836, age 78 years. She is
described as an educated, accomplished and
very handsome woman.


Samuel,^ of George' (42), George,* Thomas,^ Thomas,'" Thomas,'
b. Feb. 24, 1754; d. May 15, 1834; m. Ruth Stoddard.* Chil-

288 Lydia, d. June 24, 1861, age 69; m. Joseph Cogge-

shall, June 12, 1814. They are buried in the
Cogge shall burial ground.

289 Rebecca, m. Henry B. Clark, March 31, 1742, of

North Kingston.

290 Hicks, b. April 7, 1793; d. June. 27, 1880, age 87

years; m. Elizabeth Coggeshall, Jan. 28, 1819.

291 Susan, m. Thomas Coggeshall; d. 1886, age 98

years, 3 months; survived her husband 26 years.

292 Ruth, d. Jan. 3,* age 24.

293 William.

* Samuel and wife Ruth and daughter Ruth, buried in the farm owned
by F. J. Coggeshall which was given to Samuel Cornell by his father George,
bought by him of James Phillips.

Genealogy of the Cornell Family. 69


Oliver,' of George" (42), George,' George,' Thomas,'' Thomas,'
b. March 29, 1760; d. June 10, 1797; m. Hannah Brownell
Cornell (272), Feb. 17, 1793, by William Bliss (Elder). Chil-
dren :

294 Oliver, b. Oct. 11, 1794; d. in Calcutta, 1824.

295 Stephen, b. Sept. 1797; d. Oct. 31, 1869; m. Harriet

Charlotte Earle, Sept. 28. 1823.

1797, May iS, will, proved Aug. 7, 1797 (wife Hannah, sisters
Ruth Bull, Deliverence Littlefield. Patience Wilcox, son Oliver,
child unborn), buried in the Cornell Homestead grave-yard.


Joseph," of Richard' (44), George,' Thomas,^ Thomas,* Thomas,'
b. April 16, 1737; d. before 181 2; m. (i) Sarah Potter, Dec.
27, 1765; m. (2) Ruth Baker of Novia Scotia. Children:

296 Benjamin, b. Aug. 21, 1778.

297 William, b. May, 10, 1780.

298 George, b. Nov. 17, 1781.

299 Richard, b. June 26, 1783, Warwick; d. East

Greenwich, 1845.

300 Mar}^ Jane, b. June 21, 1785; m. (supposed) Daniel

Briggs, March 25, 1803.

301 Deborah, b. Sept. 17, 1786.

302 Jeremiah, b. June 7, 1788; m. Nancy Card (of

Joseph), April 4, 181 2, by James Miller, J. P.,
East Greenwich.

303 Clark Baker, b. May 23, 1791.

Ensign in Col. Green Battalion Continental Line, June, 1777.


George T ,' of Clark' (48), George,^ Thomas,' Thomas,'^
b. Sept. 26, 1734; d. Nov. 29 or Dec. 3, 1799, at Newport;
m. (supposed) Elizabeth Cranston of Jameston, Aug. ro, 1756;
she was b. 1735: d. April 29. 1799. Children:


70 Genealogy of the Cornell Family.

304 Sarah, b. July 5, 1759; d. April 16, 1S29; 111. Moses

Xorman, ]\Iarch 5, 1785.

305 George, b. July 2, 1764; d. June, 1841.

300 Elizabeth, b. Nov. 15, 1767; d. 1841; m. (i)

Sherwood; m. (2) Benjamin Spencer, Esq., Aug.
4, 17S6.

307 Richard, b. Aug. 11, 1769; d. 1801.

308 Job, b. Dec. i, 1777, at Newport; d. Dec. 12, 1851.

1759, Ensign, Second Lieutenant, then First Lieutenant in
Col. Batend's Company.


GiDEOX," of Caleb' (57), William,'' Stephen,^ Thomas,''' Thomas,'
m. Elizabeth Tucker; she d. Nov. 12, 1809, age 65. Children:

309 Godfrey, b. Nov. 5, 1771.

310 Cory, b. May 18, 1773.

311 Pardon, b. Sept. 17, 1774; d. Jan. 3, 1859.

312 Jerathmel, m. (supposed) Sarah Brightman.

313 Else, m. Adam Case (see 146).

181 7 Gideon of Dartmouth, will mentions son Pardon,
also deeds.


Zebulon,' of Daniel ' (60), William,' Stephen,^ Thomas,'* Thomas,'
b. Nov. 25, 1751; d. 3.31, 1834; m. Ruth Allen, Oct. 10, 1771.

314 Daniel, b. June 2, 1772.

315 Rachel, b. Dec. 25, 1773; was a mute, unmarried.
3:6 Ruth, mute, unmarried.

317 Joseph, m. Matilda Allen.

318 John, m. Allen.

319 Weston, m. Lucy Parker.

320 William.

321 Allen.

Was called Zebedee and Zeb.; lived at White Creek, Wash-
ington Co., N. Y., was seven feet high; a Quaker, farmer,
lawyer, Justice of the Peace, and a great Freemason.

Gene ilogy of the Cornell Family. 71


James," of Daniel' (60), William,'' Stephen,' Thomas,' Thomas,'
b. March 13, 1753; ct. April 8, 182S; m. (i) Thankful Briggs,
Oct. 19, 1775, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Delano) Briggs;
she was b. Oct. 2, 175 1; d. Feb. 12, 1799; m. (2) Mehitabel
Austin; m. (3) Elizabeth . Children:

o- -

Allen, b. 1776; m. Susan Dennis. No children.

323 Stephen, b. Feb. 3, 1778; d. April 27, 1855; m.

Deborah Pease about 1799.

324 Gideon, b. Feb. 25, 17S0.

325 Susannah, b. Oct. 28, 17S2; d. June 7, 1851; m.

Phineas K. Wells, June 25, 1S16.

326 Hannah, b. May 28, 1784; m. Ezekiel Ensign.

327 Elizabeth, b. Dec. 9, 17S7; m. John Dennis.

328 Daniel, b. Feb. 14, 1793.

329 ^lercy, m. (i) Daniel or James Van Buren; m. (2)

Constant Sisson.

330 Abraham, b. Nov. 2, 1783; m. Mary Dennis, March

II, iSio; d. Aug. 20, 1817.

He was a Quaker; moved to Washington Co., N. Y. 1804,
deed James, Thomas and wife Mary (Briggs) of Cambridge,
to Anthony; see also deeds of James of Swansea, Mass.; some
of the children were born in Easton.


C.-^PT. Paul,' of Daniel' (60), William/ Stephen/ Thomas,'


b- 9-17) 1759. ^t Darthmouth, Mass.; m. (i) Betsey Soule,

July 5, 1 781, of Dutchess Co., who d. April, 1805; m. (2)

Abigal Rowley, Rahleigh or Willis, Nov. 30, 1805. Children:

By first wife:

331 Esther, b. April 16, 1785.

332 Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 24, 1787; m. John H.

Osborn, Jan. 21, 1811; had a daughter m. Isaac
Hiller, and lived at Warren, Pa. Osborn was a
merchant at Watkins on Seneca Lake, built the
first canal-boat to load with wheat and go

7 r (Tivicaiog-y of tJie Cornell Fa nily.

through the canal to New York, where he
received a public dinner, silver pitcher, etc.; he
d. Sept. 9, 1 841; she m. (2) J. Hiller and d. Jan.
26. 1S6S; was a Quaker but turned Spiritualist.

333 Hannah, b. Dec. 17, 1791; m. (i) John Stephens;

lived at Belgium, Onondaga Co.; m. (2) .

334 Alvin, b. Feb. 25, 1793.

335 Hiram, b. Aug. 15, 1796; m. Elizabeth Hopkins.

336 Cynthia, b. July 13, 1799; m. Michael F. Palmer.
By second wife:

337 Elizabeth, b. Jan. 9, 1807; m. Michael F. Palmer.

338 Maria, m. Daniel Niles Cornell (221).

339 Walter Raleigh, b. July 3, 181 2, at White Creek,

Washington Co., N. Y.

340 McDonough, b. Feb. 24, 1815.

341 McDonough, b. Jiily 18, 181 7.

342 Mason, b. 1810.

343 Lawrence, b. Dec. 13, 1819.

Settled at White Creek, Washington Co., N. Y., 1783.


Thomas,' of Daniel '(60), William,^ Stephen,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,'
b. March 13, 1761; d. 10.3, 1828; m. Mary Briggs, daughter of
Daniel and Mary (sister of No. 151); she d. Sept. 18, 1852, age
89.9.13. Children:

344 Eliakim, b. July 15, 1781; d. Dec. 30, 1852.

345 Uriel or Royal, b. 14.4, 1784, m. Thankful Willis;

d. Jan. 24, 1847. No children.

346 Mercy, b. Jan. 15, 1786; d. Dec. 2, 1818; m. Dr.

Timothy Barnum; no children.

347 Anna, b. Nov. 18, 1788; d. May 5, 1865; m. Abner

Ripley, Feb. 27, 1806.

348 Susannah, b. April 6, 1792; m. Ira Gifford, April 16,


349 Mary, b. 4. 11, 1795; ^- June 20, 1830; m. Aaron

Barker, Jan. i, 1812.

Lived at Easton, Washington Co., N. Y.; member of
Assembly, 1808; was a Quaker. 1804, deed Thomas and wife
Mary of Cambridge, Washington Co., N. Y., to Anthony.

Genealogy of the Cornell Family . 73


Benjamin,' of DanieP (60), William/ Stephen,' Thomas,'
b. June 27, 1770; m. Phebe Kenyon. Children:

350 Daniel, m. Anna Smith.

351 Sarah, m. ]SIead.

352 ^lary, m. Joseph Hoxie.

353 Lydia, m. .

354 Benjamin.

355 , and others.

The family removed to Holland Purchase.


Amos,° of Israel' (63), Stephen,' Stephen,' Thomas,^ Thomas,'
d. 1S05; m. Chloe Chase, daughter of Ezekiel and Rebecca
(Chase) Chase, April 22, 1762. Children:

356 Benjamin, b. Oct. 17, i762;(?) m. Seabury Tripp,

May 10, 181 2; d. at Painted Post, N. Y.

357 John, b. Dec. 17, 1767; m. Cloe HoUis.

358 Robe or Rhoda, b. Nov. 4, 1769; m. (i) James

Baker, July 17, 1788, at Rehoboth; m. (2)

Horton, (see will).

359 Amos, b. April 29, 1772.

360 Israel, b. April 8, 1774; d. Sept. 1S07.

361 William, b. Nov. 17, 1779.

362 Philip A., b. March 31, 1782, at Greenbush, N. Y.;

d. Sept. 14, 1819.

1805, Dec. 3, will proved, dated Nov. 3, 1804, of Dartmouth,
to wife Chloe, use of all so long as she remain a widow, except
40 acres north side of my homestead which I give to son
William; to son Benjamin, S40; John, $70; Amos and his heirs,
$70; Israel, $40; to daughter Robe Horton, $20; residue to Philip.


William,' of Israel ' (63), Stephen,' Stephen,' Thomas,' Thomas,'
d. 1813; m. Else Grinnell, Aug. 15, 1770. Children:

363 Betty or Betsy, b. June 27, 1773; m. Paul Pratt.

364 Ruth, m. William Fisher.

74 (it-^/rtr/oi^y of the Cor}icll l^'amily.

365 Abij^'ul, m. Jonathan Sherman.
360 Lillis, m. Amos Alason; d. May 9, 1S61, age 78
years, 3 months, 25 days.

367 Susannah, m. William Hiscock.

368 Alice, b. North Adams, Mass., Oct. 8, 1779; d. July

8, 1854; m. Isaac Mason.

369 Joseph, m. Mary Brundage; no children.

370 Amos, m. Rhoda Pierce; three children, Amos,

Alice and Laura.

371 Jehemiah, m. (i) Eunice Downing; m. (2) her

sister Polly; m. (3) ; lived in Susquehan-

nah Co., Pa.; children, Samuel, Israel, Thomas,
William, George.

372 William, m. Annie Downing; children, Joseph,

Moses, James, Fitch, Susannah, Julia, Hannah;
he lived and d. in Syracuse, N. Y.

373 Remington, b. May 17, 1799; d. April 26, 1884; m.

Eliza Gillette Holcomb, June 22, 181 7. He
moved from the old Homestead, Rupert, Vt.,
1819, to Hope, Hamilton Co., N. Y., then to
Northville, Fulton Co., N. Y., and d. there; had
six children, William, Albert, Eliza Jane, Abigal,
Mahala, Eugenio Kinkaid.


Rev. Joseph," of Elisha' (64), Stephen,' Stephen,' Thomas,*
b. Feb. 10, 1747; d. July 26, 1826; m. Mary Mason, Oct. 8, 1769,
daughter of Nathan and Lillian (Hale) Mason; she was b.
July 30, 1748, at Swansea, and d. Oct. 17, 1834. Children:

374 Nathan, b. at Swansea, March 11, 1771; d. at

Syracuse, N. Y., 1858.

375 Elisha, b. at Cheshire, Mass., Aug. 15, 1773; d. at

Manchester, Vt., Dec. 29, 1808.

376 Mary, b. at Cheshire, Mass., Feb. 22, 1776; m.

Cyrus Fay of Northampton, Saratoga Co., N. Y.,
Oct., II, 1797; d. Feb. 16, 1807, at Providence,

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