ust 19, 1899; married June 27, 1850, Joseph Ulysses Rose,
born July 15, 1825, at Wellsburg, W. Va., died November
5, 1892. at Omaha, Neb.
His wife was a twin sister of Mary Brady Power. When
they were children their father even, did not know them
apart, but called each by both names. She had great
strength of character, and drew a large circle of friends
around her. The comfort and happiness of her home were
her constant care. Mr. Rose lived at Wellsburg until 1847,
removd to West Liberty and engaged in the dry goods busi-
ness until 185 1. The old home farm was inherited by the
twins, who induced him to abandon his mercantile life and
settle on their country place. In 1873 ^e took his family
to St. Joseph, Mo., where he secured employment in one
of the largest art stores in the city. In a few years he
opened an establishment in Omaha, Neb., which for twenty-
three years has been known as Rose's art store. With his
two sons the business assumed an enormous capacity, and
since his death and that of his son, it has been conducted
by Joseph U. Rose, his surviving son. The influence for
good exerted by him and his wife was far reaching, and
their memories are lovingly cherished by many friends.
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i. DR. WILLIAM C. ROSE, b. Apr. 18, I80I, d. Oct. 24.
1883; m. June 27, 1878, Nellie Wilson, daughter of
Dr. Wilson, of Creston, Iowa. Educated at Bethany
College, three miles from his Virginia home, he en-
tered the drug business in Washington, D. C, and
later attended a medical college in that city. His
love for medicine was visible when a child, and from
infancy he was called "Dr." After he went west, he
completed his course of study at th« Keokuk Medical
School, began the practice of medicine at Creston,
removed to Omaha, Neb., in 1881, and died there
in the midst of a brilliant career.
To Dr. William C. Rose and Nellie Wilson Rose were
born three children:
i. CLAUDE WILSON ROSE, b. Mar. 14, 1879.
ii. WILLIAM BYRON ROSE, b. Dec. 2, 1880.
iii. NELLIE MAUDE ROSE, b. July 10, 1883, d. May
ii. JOSEPH ULYSSES ROSE, b. Nov. 7, 1852; m. Dec. 24,
1879, Martha Miriam Phillips, b. June 2, 1858, d. Jan.
24, 1900. He became interested with, his father in
the art business in 1880, has occupied one location
in Omaha, Neb., since that time, has enlarged the
esftablishment from one to four floors, and hasi the
most complete art store in the city, enjoying the es-
teem and confidence of patrons and friends.
To Joseph Ulysses Rose and Martha Miriam Phillipe
Rose were born two children:
i. JOSEPH WORTHINGTON ROSE, b. Sept 30,
1880, d. Jan. 31, 1888.
ii. ALBERT PRICE ROSE, b. Oct. 28, 1885, a gradu-
ate of the Culver Military Academy at Culver,
Ind., class of 1904.
iii. ELIZABETH HOOPER ROSE, b. 1854; m, Aug. 3, 1879,
James H. Bulla.
To James H. Bulla and Elizabeth Hooper Rose Bulla
were born three children:
i. CORY J. BULLA, b. July 30, 1880.
ii. HARRY R. BULLA, b. Mar. 3, 1883.
iii. MARY ROSE BULLA, b. Aug. 28, 1888.
iv. SAMUEL BRADY ROSE, b. Jan. 17, 1855, d. Sept. 30,
1890; m. Jan. 10, 1887, Cora Turner, resided at Omaha,
Neb., engaged in the art business.
V. MARY DRUSILLA ROSE, b. Nov. 16, 1857; m. Nov. 7,
'1878, John Huston,
vi. ALBERT PRICE ROSE. b. July 9 1862, d. May 3, 1873.
XXIX. John Brady Piatt^ (Mary Brady Piatt^ John
Brady^, Mary Onigley Brady-, James Ouigley^) was born
March 20, 1812, in the White Deer Valley, Penna., died
May 18, i860; married August 13, 1844, Lydia Wetzell.
He died in the White Deer Valley, after which his family
moved to Watsontbwn, Penna., where they have since re-
WILLIAM BRADY PIATT, b. May 21, 1846, d. Apr. 27,
1895; m. Nov. 26, 1884, Zelia Diffenbach. Born in the
White Deer Valley, he left home after the death of
his father, began work with an engineering corps of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, leaving it
to connect his interests with the Reading
Railroad Company. He furnished large quanti-
ties of timber supplies, and on account of
his business superiority, he was given immense con-
tracts to fill for the company. He was a Democrat.
and the Northumberland county Democrats gave him
an unsolicited nomination for state senator, but he
declined the honor. In..l881 he was elected chief bur-
gess of Watsontown and in 1892 served out the term
of the unexpired time of Burgess McClure. He was
the largest stockholder in the National Bank and
owned a vast amount of property in and around the
town. He belonged to the Masonic fraternity. His
commanding presence, jovial manner, remakable
memory, and helping hand v/ill long be remembered
by hosts of friends.
ii. SUSAN W. PIATT.
iii. KATHARINE W. PIATT, d. Apr. 8, 1901.
iv. MARY J. PIATT.
V. ROBERT M. PIATT.
vi. FRANCIS A. PIATT.
vii. NANCY BRADY PIATT.
:XX. William McKinney Piatt^ (Mary Brady Piatt^
John Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady-, James Quigley^) was
born July. 8, 1814, at a place near the present site of Allen-
wood, Northumberland Co., Penna., died June 20, 1889,
at Tunkhannock, Penna.; married November 18, 1845, Re-
becca Heston McClintock, born April 11, 18 18, at Jersey
Shore, Penna., died July 8, 1888, at Tunkhannock, daughter
of Thomas McClintock, an Irish Presbyterian, born in Don-
egal, Ireland, and Mercy Heston McClintock, a Quakeress.
William McKinney Piatt was born on a farm, and his
early education was secured by the light of pine knots on
the kitchen floor. His first hundred dollars was earned as
a boy of nineteen years boating stone for the Muncy dam
on the Susquehanna river. This money was kept for him
by his mother, and afterwards used in paying his expenses
at Lewisburg Academy, where he did chores for his board,
and received a diploma at the end of his course.
He followed the profession of his father, and studied civil
engineering, and secured a position in the prothonotary's
office at Williamsport, Penna. Later he surveyed for the
state canal, Stephen D. Foster, who wrote "The Suwanee
River", being on the same corps with him at Athens, Penna.
He read law under Judge William Elwell, and when Wyom-
ing county was set off from Luzerne county in 1842, he as-
sisted in opening the books of the new county. He was
admitted to the bar and located at Tunkhannock, Penna.
Three years later he was married. He formed a law part-
nership with John Brisbin. In 1852 he had a disastrous fire,
which made him virtually begin life anew. In 1854 he was
chosen as a state Senator, and in 1856 was elected speaker
of the state Senate. He was a democrat and made the first
war speech in his county. He practiced law for nearly fifty
years. He was puljic spirited, held the oftices of school di-
rector for almost twenty-five years, burgess, councilman,
county chairman of the Democratic committee, delegate
many times to the state conventions, and several times to
the national convention. He was the owner of valuable
property, and was noted for his benevolence and liberality.
They were members of the Presbyterian church.
On his birthday, July 8, 1888, he met with the loss of
his wife, and in the June following, he was thrown from a
conveyance, and sustained such injuries that he died on the
20th. Few men are followed to the grave by as many sin-
cere mourners, and few are missed as much as he was. He
was a staunch friend, an ardent defender, and an unpreju-
diced advocate. He spent a long and useful life at Tunk-
hannock, with the companionship of a highly cultured and
accomplished wife and four sons, who are distinguished
ROBERT McCLINTOCK PIATT, b. Sept. 19, 1846; m.
Jan. 1867, Mary Caroline Jacques, b. Oct. 28, 1847, at
Center Morland, Wyoming Co., Penna. He was a
graduate of the Eastman Business College, at Pough-
keepsie, N. Y., In the class of 1864. He partakes
largely of the shrewd, tactful, judicious man of
affairs, who moulds the minds of those with whom he
is associated. His ability and eminent attainments
are recognized and admired. He is a dealer in real
estate, a Democrat in politics, in faith a Methodist,
and resides at Tunkhannock, Penna.
To Robert McClintock Piatt and Mary Caroline Jacques
Piatt was born one child:
i. JENNIE REBECCA PIATT, b. Feb. 20, 1873. d.
June 4, 1893.
FRANK HAMMOND PIATT, b. Nov. 25, 1848; m. I>ec.
16, 1878, Mary A. Dana, b. Aug. 8, 1850, in Baton
township, Wyoming Co., Penna. He was a graduate
of Lafayette College in 1870 C. E., served his county
as superintendent, and was postmaster for five years.
In Dolitics he is a Democrat, and was a member of the
Legislature during the term of 1892-1893. He was a
polished speaker and held the affection and esteem
of his friends in the halls of legislation. He and his
wife are members of the Presbyterian church. He is
retired from active business, and resides at Tunkhan-
iii. JAMES WILSON PIATT, b. Feb. 9, 1850; m. Mar. 4,
1875, Frances Cecelia Overfield, b. Aug. 11, 1846; In
Washington township, Wyoming Co., Penna., daughter
of William Bush Overfield and Matilda Townsend
Overfield. She was the organizer of and appointed
first regent of Tunkhannock Chapter Daughters
American Revolution and re-elected every year since.
Mr. Piatt entered Lafayette College at the age of
sixteen, graduated 1870, degree A. M. 1873, admitted
as a lawyer at the age of twenty-one, was elected dis-
trict attorney and served 1875-1878, admitted to the
Supreme and Superior courts of Pennsylvania and Cir-
cuit and DiS'trict court of the U. S., has assisted in
the trial of nearly every important case in Wyoming
Co., Penna., for the past twenty-five years, was the
choice of his party for judge in his county and after a
prolonged deadlock in the district, agreed upon the
nomination of a third candidate, director and attorney
for Wyoming National Bank many years, has been bur-
gess, councilman, school director, chairman of the
Democratic county committee several years, delegate
to state and national convention of that party, promi-
nent in masonry, was past master of his lodge 1878
and again in 1890, is District Deputy Grand Master
16th District of Penna., is a Past High Priest of his
chapter and Past Eminent Commander of his Com-
mandery, was Grand Standard Bearer of the Grand
Commandery of Penna., 1901, has been trustee of the
Methodist church for many years, resides at Tunk-
To James Wilson Piatt and Frances Cecelia Overfield
Piatt was born one daughter:
i. EULALIE MAE PIATT, b. Sept. 28, 1878; ^as
graduated from Wyoming Seminary 1897, Wel-
lesley College in 1901, is now a law student in
her father's ofiice.
iv. JOSEPH WOOD PIATT, b. July 6, 1854; m. Sept. 12,
1877, Carrie Althea Peck, b. Feb. 28, 1858, daughter
of Rev. J. K. Peck, A. M., at Oxford, N. Y. He pre-
pared for college but did not continue his proposed
course; entered the law office of his father at Tunk-
hannock, Penna., was admitted to the bar in 1876,
Supreme Court in 1881, has been in constant practice
of his profession for twenty-eight years. He has held
an influential position at the bar, has been identified
with many important cases, employed as counsel on
one side or the other; has been connected with the
news paper business for more than thirty years, has ed-
ited the "Worker," "New Age," "Standard and Postal
Review," etc.; has been prominent in good school ad-
vancement, elected five times as director, the last
two times unopposed. In politics he is a Democrat,
by church aflBliation a Methodist, resides at Tunkhan-
To Joseph Wood Piatt and Carrie Althea Peck Piatt
were born three children:
i. MARY SEARLE PIATT, b. Oct. 10, 1878, d. Oct.
ii. WILLIAM McKINNEY PIATT, b. Oct. 13, 1879;
m. July 3, 1902, Marion Shepphard. He was
graduated from the Tunkhannock High School
at fifteen years of age, as valedictorian of bis
class; entered Lafayette College the same
year; was graduated and designated as an
honor man in the class of 1899; received a mas-
ter's degree in 1902. Since the year of his
graduation he has resided at Winston Salem,
N. C, where he was married, and is an elec-
trical and civil engineer. His talents and
achievements are pronounced and great.
To William McKinney Piatt and Marion Shepp-
hard Piatt was born one child:
i. JOSEPHINE ALTHEA PIATT, b. on
Dewey Day, May 1, 1903, at the home
of her grandparents at Tunkhannock,
iii. RUTH PECK PIATT, b. Jan. 2, 1882, a graduate
of the Unversity at Syracuse, N. Y., in 1905;
a member of the D. A. R. Society under five
XXXI. Nancy M. Piatt^ (Mary Brady PiattS John
Brady^ Mary Quigley Brady-, James Quigley^) was born
May 13, 1824, died August 23, 1864; married Robert H.
Issue: „,_ , . __
i. BRADY PIATT McCORMIC'K, b. Feb. 1, 1847, d. Apr. 15,
ii HANNAH McCORMICK, b. Nov .30, 1848, d. Feb. 4, 1891.
iii. WILLIAM E. McCORMICK, b. Nov. 10, 1850, d. Sept. 8,
iv. MARY P. McCORMICK, b. Mar. 15, 1853, d. Mar. 26,
V.JOSEPH H .McCORMICK, b. May 10, 1855.
vi. MAHGARET McCORMICK, b .Mar. 11, 1857, d. Nov. 25,
vii. ROBERT W. McCORMICK, b. Aug. 4, 1859, d. Apr. 28,
viii. FRANCES J. H. McCORMICK, b. Sept. 10, 1861.
XXXII. Samuel Brady^ (William Perry BradyS John
Brady^ Mary Quigley Brady-, James Quigley^) was bom
August 31, 181 5, at Aaronsburg, Centre Co., Penna., died
November 8, 1863 at Hamburg, Clinton Co., Penna.; mar-
ried 1838, in the White Deer Valley, Peniia., Margaret
Kerr Russell, born December 4, 1812, died October 28, 1902.
He was a farmer and skilled railroad contractor, capable
and reliable in business life, and congenial and pleasing in
society. He and his family attended the Presbyterian
church, and he is buried beside his wife at Lock Haven,
L WILLIAM PERRY BRADY, b. Apr. 22, 1840, d. Nov. 14,
1302; m. and had one son, William Perry, who lived
at Chicago, 111., and d. there,
ii. BARBARA BRADY, b. Feb. 26, 1842; m. June 19, 1881,
Judge J. W. Clark, who presided over the courts ol:
Clinton county, and resides at Lock Haven, Penna.
He was Associate Judge from .January, 1891, to Jan-
uary, 1896, and Register and Recorder and Clerk of
the Orphans' Court from 1876-1879.
iii. RACHEL A. BRADY, b. Mar. 17, 1844, d. Sept. 20, 1868.
iv. MARY BRADY, b. May 21, 1846; m. Apr. 3, 1878, H. T.
Jarrett, b. Sept. 2, 1842, at Allentown, Penna., d. Jan.
29, 1903, at Lock Haven, Penna., son of Col. Phaon
Jarrett. He served as deputy prothonotary of
Clinton county, and was deputy register and recorder
during the term of Judge J. W. Clark. He was in-
terested with the company that erected the Milton
water works and the Bloomsburg gas works at Re-
nova. He had the contract for the water pipe exten-
sion at Lock Haven. In 1892 he was appointed
deputy register, and in 1897 was elected to the office
of register and recorder, and at the time of his death
■was serving the last year of his second consecutive
term. He was an efficient official, and his pleasing
and courteous manner made him popular and his
death lamented. He was a trustee of the Normal
School, elected in 1890, also a member of the Ma-
sonic fraternity. His widow resides at Lock Haven.
They had one child who d. in infancy.
ARLETTA BRADY, b. July 14, 1851; m. Dec. 27, 1871,
Willis Taylor, b. Oct. 13, 1845, a well known conduc-
tor with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for
eighteen years, and with the N. Y. Central Railroad
Company for twenty years, reside at Williamsport,
To Willis Taylor and Arietta Brady Taylor were born
i. BRADY SWARTZ TAYLOR, b. Oct. 24, 1872, d.
July 27, 1889.
ii. FLORA BRADY TAYLOR, b. Feb .26. 1874; m.
Oct. 3, 1894, Carroll D. Smith, of New York
To Carroll D. Smith and Flora Brady Taylor
Smith were born three children:
i. MARGARET BRADY SiMITH. b. July 18,
ii. MILDRED FRANKLIN SMITH, b. Aug. 4,
iii. Infant d. July 4, 1903
XXXIII. Lyons Mussina Brady^ (William Perry Brady*,
John Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady", James QuigleyM was
born May g, 1821. at Mackeyville, Clinton Co., Penna.. died
.A.ugust 9, 1853, ^^ Mackeyville; married December 6, 1842,
Sarah Thompson McKibben, born October 25, 1823, died
January 30, 1897, at Clearfield, Penna., at the home of her
son. He was a farmer, a member of the Presbyterian
church, am exemplary character, benevolent and kind, just in
his dealings with his fellow men, and spent his life in useful
endea\'ors. 4e and his wife are buried near Salone. Clinton
i. LIBERTY DEWART BRADY, b. Nov. 1, 1843; m. Wil-
liam Anson Hanna, b. Sept. 12, 1836, reside near Lock
To Wiilliam Anson Hanna and Liberty Dewart Brady
Hanna were born three children:
i. JAMES MITCHEiLL HANNA, b. July 6, 1865;
m. Oct. 19, 1888, Maggie Carpenter.
To James Mitchell Hanna and Maggie Carpenter
Hanna were born three children:
i. CARRIE HANNA, b. Sept. 24, 1889.
ii. DELLA HANNA, b. Sept. 26, 1892.
iii. BRADY HANNA, b. Feb. 6, 1894.
ii. WILLIAM FOSTER HANNA, b. Nov. 12, 1869.
iii. JOSEPH BRADY HANNA, b. .Ian. 13, 1884.
Ii. JENNIE M. BRADY, b. Mar. 22, 1845, d. Mar. 3, 1874.
iii. HELENA KATE BRADY, b. Apr. 21, 1847; m. June 26,
1873. Joseph Allison, b. Aug. 2, 1839, at Cedar Springs.
Penna., was in the War of the Rebellion, reside at
To Joseph Alison and Helena Kate Brady Allison were
born two children:
i. LITOETTA S. ALLISON, b. July 24, 1874; m.
.lune 24, 1894, Huston H. McKibben, reside at
ii. D. ARTHUR ALLISON, b. Feb. 6, 1877; m.
.lune 3, 1898, Edna D. Shirey, reside at Par-
iv. RACHEL BELLE BRADY, b. Apr. 8, 1850; m. Dec. 25,
1872. Prof. W. F. Beck, b. Oct. 14, 1846, at Hublers-
burg. Centre Co., Penna. He is a professor of music,
find an efficient piano tuner at Lock Haven, Penna.
Until 1878 they lived at Miackeysville, Penna., then re-
moved to Bellefonte, Penna., where they resided for
five years. Since that time they iiave made Lock
Haven their home, where Prof. Beck is at the head of
his profession and held in high esteem hy all with
whom he is associated.
To Prof. W. F. Deck and Rachel Belle Brady Beck were
bom three sons:
i. BRADY F. BECK, b. Nov. 24, 1874; m. Aug. 4,
1897, Lizie J. Limbert, reside at Lock Haven,
ii. W. MALC'OM BECK, b. July 14, 1878; m. Dec.
19, 1900, Elizabeth Lewis, reside at Lock Hav-
iii. WARD E. BECK, b. Aug. 25, 1880, resides at
Lock Haven, Penna.
V. REV. LYONS' MUSSINA BRADY, b. Jan. 9, 1853; m.
May 16, 1888, Sallie V. Gwynn, daughter of the late
Rev. William Gwynn of the Methodist church, and
born in Maryland. He was born at Mackeysville, Clin-
ton Co., Penna., educated in the public schools and
at Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Penna. En-
tered the ministry of the Methodist Eipiscopal church
in 1885, and has served charges at Loyalsock two
years, Penfield five years, Williamsburg one year,
Coalport one year, Clearfield Seicond church five years,
Mt. Union five years, and at present is ministering to
the congregation at Hughesvile, Penna., where he
has been for two years. To him was given the honor
of unveiling the monument at Muncy, October 15,
1879, erected to the memory of Captain John Brady.
To Rev. Lyons Mussina Brady and Sallie V. G-wynn
Brady was born one daughter:
1. MiAUD St BRADY, b. Nov. 1, 1889.
XXXIV. Jane McCall Brady^ (William Perry Brady*,
John. Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady^, James Quigley^) was
bom July 20, 1823, at Mackeyville, Clinton Co., Penna.,
died October 10, 1854, near Flemington, Qinton
Co.. Penna.; married April 19, 1849, Henry Bridgens,
born July 16, 181 5 near Sugar Run, above Lock Haven,
Penna., died Aug-ust 15, 1855 near Flemington. He
was by occupation a farmer, owning and living on his beau-
tiful farm a few miles from Flemington. He and his family
were members of the Presbyterian church, and were staunch
defenders of the faith, resrular in attendance at service.
WILLIAM R. BRIDGENS. b. Jan. 16, 1860, near
Flemington, Penna.; m. June 20, 1871, Rachel A. Moz-
ley, of Muncy, Penna., b. May 20, 1852, at Lairdsvillc,
Penna. Before marriage he held a position at Muncy,
and soon after removed to Northumberland, Penna.,
at which place he now resides. He is a telegraph oper-
ator and has been in the employ of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, in the Master Meclianic's office,
Sunbury, Pemnau, and MUlton, Penna.* since 1^78. He is
a member of the Presbyterian church, and votes the
Prohibition ticiiet, a great Bible student, has com-
mitted to memory more than two thousand verses of
scripture. His Bible tallis at Y. M. C. A. and other
religious meetings are most intellectual and helpful.
He is a man of honor, enjoying the respect of his fel-
To William R. Bridgens and Rachel A. Mozley Bridgens
were born four children:
i. CHARLES H. T. BRIDGENS, b. Apr. 15, 1872.
ii. MARY REBECCA BRIDGENS', b. Apr. 22, 1875.
iii. JOSEPH WILLARD BRIDGENS, b. Jan. 12, 1877.
iv. RALPH FISKE BRIDGENS, b. Nov. 9, 1890.
ii. THOMAS WELLS BRIDGENS, b. May 2, 1852, near
Flemington, Penna., d. Apr. 17, 1876, at Lock Haven,
XXXV. James Dunlop Brady^ (Jasper Ewing BradyS
John B^ady^ Mary Quigley Brady^, James Quigley^) was
born January 20, 1830, at Chambersburg, Penna., died April
15, 1904, at Cincinnati, Ohio; married January 19, 1854,
Eliza Hannah Beares, born July 8, 1 831. at Allegheny,
Penna., died June 27, 1896. at Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter of
Henry Beares and Eliza Andress Beares, and is buried be-
side her husband at Philadelphia, Penna.
i. LIDA ANDRESS BRADY, b. Jan. 17, 1855, d. June 11.
1902; m. Sept. 23, 1875, James Albert Woodwell, of
To James Albert Woodwell and Lida Andress Brady
Wood well was born one child:
i. JOSEPH WOODWELL, b. Jan. 4, 1877; m. June
4, 1901, Dorothy Corinne Myers, daughter of
Henry Myers, reside at Cincinnati, Ohio.
To Joseph Woodwell and Dorothy Corinne Myers Wood-
well was born one child:
i. JOSEPH WOODWELL, b. Mar. 18. 1902.
ii. ALICE BRADY, b. Sept. 21, 1856; m. Feb. 24, 1881,
Homer Clark Stewart, b. Jan. 16, 1856, son of John
Henderson Stewart and Emily Clark Stewart, reside
at Pittsburg, Penna.
To Homer Clark Stewart and Alice Brady Stewart were
born four children:
i. BRADY STEWART, b. Mar. 15, 1882.
ii. CLARK PLUMER STEWART, b. Nov. 5, 1883,
d. June 11, 1905, at State College, Penna.
iii. HELEN BRADY STEWART, b. Nov. 4, 1888.
iv. HOMER KUHN STEWART, b. Nov. 6, 1896.
iii, CHARLES OSCAR BRADY, b. Nov. 27, 1858, d. Oct.
iv. HADDASSAH BRADY, b. July 24, 1860, d. Apr. 30, 1865.
V. GEORGE MORTON BRADY, b. Sept. 7, 1862; m. Oct.
7,1897, Lida Webb, b. 1866, daughter of John Webb,
reside at Cincinnati, Ohio.
vi. MARGARET MORTON BRADY, b. Feo. 28, 1865; m.
Sept. 19, ISSS, Edward Hall Breed, b. Sept. 19, 1863,
son of Judson Wdllard Breed and Sara Washborn
Breed, of Jamestown, N. Y., reside at Cincinnati, Ohio.
To Edward Rail Breed and Margaret Morton Brady
Breed were born two children:
i. OLIVE VIRGINIA BREED,b. July 20, 1889.
ii. MARGARET MORTON BREED, b. Oct. 20,, 1894.
vii. JAMBS DUNLOP BRADY, b. Aug. 15, 1867, d. Dec. 19,
viii. CAROLINE BRADY, b. Aug. 2, 1869, d. Dec. 23, 1869.
ix. HELEN McINTOSH BRADY, b. Oct. 25, 1870, d. Apr. 2,
X. RUTH BRADY, b. June 9, 1872, d. Jan. 22, 1873.
XXXVI. Joseph Pritts Brad}^^ (Jasper Ewing Brady^,
John Brady^, Mary Ouigley Brady-, James Quigley^) was
born May g, 1833, at Chambersburg, Penna. ; married No-
vember 24, 1859, Mary Ehzabeth Murray, born July 21,
1833, at Pittsburg, Penna., daughter of John Murray and
Harriett Beltzhoover Murray, reside at Chicago, 111.
i. Son, d. in infancy, Aug. 4, 1860.
ii. HENRY CLAY BRADY, b. Oct. 17, 1861, d. Apr. 5, 1862.
iii. MURRAY JACKSON BRADY, b. Sept. 28, 1863; m. Nov.
30, 1888, Julia Arensburg, reside at Chicago, 111.
iv. ROBERT FREEBORN BRADY, b. Nov. 30, 1867, resides
at Chicago, 111.
XXXVII. Jane Brady^ (Jasper Ewing Brady"*, John
Brady^, Mary Ouigley Brady-, James Ouigley^) was born
June 29, 1835, at Chambersburg, Penna.; married at Pitts-
burg, Penna., February 7, 1856, Robert Peel Duxbury, son
of Caleb Duxbury and Ruth Duxbury, natives of England.
He served through the Civil War, and died in 1869 from a
disease contracted during his stay in the army. The family
resided for a number of years at Pittsburg.
i. CHARLES HILLBORN DUXBURY, b. Oct. 29, 1856,
d. Nov. 24, 1899.
ii. JASPER BRADY DUXBURY, b. Mar. 7, 1857; m. Sept.
24, 1885, Ella Tisdale, b. Nov. 17, 1864, at Rome, N. Y.,