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in Cooperstown, in 1860. They had two children : Mary
Metcalf Curtis, b. 20 Aug., 1831, d. 14 Sept., 1835; and
Harriet Eliza, b. 26 Oct., 1833, d. 27 Nov., 1855, unm.

5. Lucicn Tracy, b. 26 March, 1811, at Otsego. He m. 14
June, 1840, Lydia Hebbard Abel, b. 1815, at Lebanon,
Conn., daughter of Eliphalet Abel of Lebanon, by his first
wife, Philena McCall {see No. 6739). They were living at
Cooperstown in 1860, and had two children : Erastus Curtis,
b. 20 Sept., 1844. d. Aug., 1845; and Mary Emeline, b. 8
July, 1846; d. 1853.

6764. Hannah, b. 27 April. 1760, at Lebanon. She m. 1780, An-
drew Hackley, b. 1755, at Lebanon, son of John Hackley and
Catherine Lathrop of Lebanon, He was a farmer, and they
settled at New Lebanon, N. Y., where all their children were
born. They removed to Plainfield, N. Y., where she d. 1826,
and he d. 1836 at Bridgewater. They had seven children :



1060 ^YI^^ GENEALOGY.

1. Hannah^ b. 1781, m. 1815, at New Lebanon, Samuel
Howe, and d. in 1824, at Moscow, N. Y.

2. LijcUa, b. 1782, and d. 1800, unra.

3. Lucy^ b. 1789, m. Asa K. Palmer, a physician of Indi-
ana, and d. 1827. He was living at Oberlin, 0., in 1860.
They had one son : Charles, who graduated at Wabash col-
lege Indiana, and was a clergyman at 31iddleport, 111., in
18G0.

4. &o;pliia, b. 1791, and d. 1814, at Plainfield, N. Y.,unm.

5. 'Caroline., b. 1793, m. in 1811, at Plainfield, Grurdon
Turner, b. 1780, at Mansfield, Conn. He was a farmer, and
they settled at Plainfield, and removed to Bridgewater, N. Y.,
where he d. in 18.59, and where she was living in 1860.
They had seven children, all born at Plainfield : Julia Anne,
b. 1812, d. 1822. Laura, b. 1815, d. 1849, unm. Sophia C,
b. 1817, m. in 1839, L. E. Marsh, b. 1810, at Paris, N. Y.,
son of Deacon James Marsh, who was from Hartford, Conn-
They had two children : Albert S. b. 22 Dec, 1845, d. 2
Jan., 1857, at Galesburgh, HI. ; and William C, b. 11 Dec.j
1848. Jane, b. 1819, unm. in 1860. John E., b. 1822, d.

1822. Julia E., b. 1824, unm. in 1860. And Hannah, b,
1826, d. 1849, unm.

6. Nancy, b. 1795, m. in 1844, Jonathan McFarland of
Plainfield.

7. EUzahetli, b. 1797, m. in 1817 Jared Clark, and d.

1823, at Columbus, N. Y.

6765. Lydia, b. 6 Sept., 1762, at Lebanon. She m. 23 Sept., 1784,
Noah Davenport, b. 11 Aug., 1758. They settled at Spen-
certown, N. Y., and in 1812 removed to Harpersfield, N. Y.,
where he was a merchant. He d. 10 Aug., 1840, at Stam-
ford, N. Y., and she d. 21 March, 1852. They had nine
children :

1. Fanwj, b. 24 April, 1785, m. 11 Nov., 1804, Leonard
Adsit of Spencertown, who d. 10 Sept., 1817, at Sherburne,
N. Y., and had by him six children : Albert, who m. and

• removed to Chautauque county, N. Y., and had eight child-
ren ; Arunah Metcalf, who went to Urbana; James, living
at Chicago in 1860 ; Martin, married and was living at Hor-
nellsville, N. Y., in 1860 ; Alma Malvina, who m- Harley
Tuttle of Columbus, N. Y. ; and Charles, who died in child-
hood. She (Fanny Davenport) then m. 28 Feb., 1819, Or-
lando Davis of Sherburne, N. Y., and had by him three
children : John M., who was living at Hammondsport, N. Y.,
in 1860 ; Charles, who married and was living at Milo, N. Y.,
in 1860 ; and George, who died in childhood.

2. WdUam, b. 7 ^Jan., 1789, m. 21 May, 1812, Lovena
Davis of Chatham, N. Y., and settled at Spencertown, where
he was living in 1860. They had two children : George,
who married and was living in Steuben county, N. Y., in



HYDE GENEALOGY. ^061

1860, and Liicinda, who ni, John Oltnstead of Yonkcrs
N. Y., and died in 1851, and had five children.

3. Lijdia, b. 14 Feb., 1791, m. lU Feb., 1818, Joseph
Hotchkiss of Harpersfield, N. Y., who d. 26 Sept., 1831. They
had six children : Jane, b. 28 Nov., 1813, and in 1839 went
to India as a missionary, returned in 1849 and went to Iowa
under the care of the Home Missionary Society ; Lydia, b. 9
Aug., 1816, m. Oscar Harper of Harpersfield, and moved to
Beltsville, Md., and had five children ) Miriam, b. 12 Aug.,

1818, m. George Reynolds of Harpersfield,- editor of the
Binghamton Standard in 1860, and had nine children ; Isa-
bella, b. 16 Jan., 1821, m. David Penfield of Harpersfield,-

^and in 1860 had five children ; John, b. 16 July, 1823, m.
Catherine Mcllwaine of Harpersfield, removed to Michigan,
and in 1860 had three children ; and Ira Davenport, b. 16*
Oct., 1825, married, and in 1860 had two children.

4. Erastus, b. 11 July, 1793, m. 6 March, 1817, Pamelia
Dayton, b. 8 Oct., 1795, at Watertown, Conn. They settled
at Harpersfield, where he d. 27 Oct., 1856. They had eleven
children : Noah W., b. 27 Dec, 1818, was a physician, and
settled in Ohio in 1846, and in 1860 was unm. ; Maria Anne,
b. 30 Sept., 1820, m. 17 Nov., 1845, Alfred Grant, and had
three children; William, b. 2 Sept., 1822, m. 16 May, 1847,
Margaret Phillips, in Illinois, and in 1859, had six children ;
Samuel, b. 2 June, 1825, and was in Washington Territory in
1859 ; Chauncey, b. 4 Aug., 1827, m. 26 April, 1849, Mary
Elizabeth Wood of Delhi, N. Y., and d. 8 Dec, 1851, in
California, and had one child, Mary Pamelia, b. 1 July,-
1850; Dwight, b. 15 June, 1829, m. 31 Jan., 1855, Marga-
ret Hickman of Angelica, N. Y., and had one child, Charles
T., b. Dec, 1858; Harper Boice, b. 4 May, 1831, m. Aug.,
1858, Mary Ellen Hoagland of Flarpersfield, and removed to
Illinois; Joseph H., b. 28 March, 1833, unm. in 1860; Am-
elia E., b. 30 May, 1835, m. 24 May, 1859, Richard Phil-
lips of Illinois; Henrietta, b. 11 July, 1837, unm. in 1860 j
and Mary Emely, b. 19 Nov., 1839, unm. in 1860.

5. Ira, b. 29 Sept., 1795, m. 29 Oct., 1816, the widow
Amelia H. Walker of Hornellsville, N. Y., who d. 22 Feb.,

1819, s, 2). He then m. 28 Feb., 1824, Lydia Cameron of
Bath, N. Y., and had by her six children : Cameron, who
went to Cuba for his health, and died there ; Eliza, who m.
Joshua Waterman, a lawyer of Detroit ; Christiana, who m.
Sherman S. Rogers, a lawyer of Bufi'alo ; Frances, unm. in
1860 ; John, a graduate of Amherst college, unm. in 1860 ;
and Ira, unm. in 1860.

6. Henrietta Maria, b. 1 May, 1798, m. 22 Nov., 1818,
Abel Dayton of Harpersfield, where she was living in 1860,
s. p.

7. Charles, b. 5 June, 1800, was living at Angelica, N. Y.,
in 1860, unm.



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8. Lucy, b. 13 Oct., 1802, m. 27 Oct., 1827, Nicliolas
Champliu of Blenheim, N. Y., who d. 1 April, 185(3.

9. FameUa, b. 17 Oct., 1806, d. 1 Nov., 1807.

6766. Lucy, b. 1 Sept., 1774, at Lebanon. She d. 13 Dec, 1818,

at Cooperstown, unm.

After the death of his first wife, Zehulon Metcalf (2437)
married his second cousin, MrSi Mary (Abel) Clark (2412),
b. 24 I^eb., 1736, at Lebanon, Conn., eldest daughter of
Daniel Abel (565) and Sarah Crane of Lebanon, and widow
of Jared Clark. They removed to Otsego, IST. Y., about
1794, and settled at Metcalf Hill, where he was a farmer,
and where he d. 26 April, 1802, without issue by her, and
where she d. about 1814.

VL Abel Metcalf (2438), born at Lebanon, Conn., 13
Jan., 1732, third son of Benjamin Metcalf and Sarah Abel
(573) of Lebanon, was a great grandson of Margaret Post
(15) of the third generation. He m. 12 Aug., 1755, Abi-
gail Throop (or Thorp), and they settled at Lebanon, where
they had ten children recorded to them.

Those children were :

6767. Ebenezer, b. 5 Oct., 1757, at Lebanon. He probably m. 22

Nov., 1781, at Bozrah, Hannah Hackley.

6768. Eliphalet, b. 28 Jan., 1763, at Lebanon. He probably m. 12

Oct., 1788, at Franklin, his father's fourth cousin, Bethia
Ed^erton (1219), fifth daughter of Zebulun Edgerton (2401)
and Elizabeth Tracy (265) of Franklin. (See No. 1219.)

6769. Abel, b. 22 Feb., 1765, at Lebanon. He probably married,

and removed to Otsego, N. Y.

6770. Ira, b. 15 March, 1767, at Lebanon.

6771. Joel, b. 27 April, 1770, at Lebanon, He probably married,

and removed to Cooperstown, N. Y.

6772. Esther, b. 23 Feb., 1756, at Lebanon.

6773. Olive, b. 17 Nov. 1759, at Lebanon.

6774. Sybil, b. 3 Dec, 1761, at Lebanon.

6775. Elizabeth, b. 9 March, 1772, at Lebanon.

6776. Clarissa, b. 29 July, 1777, at Lebanon.

VI. Rebecca Metcalf (2443), born at Lebanon, Conn.,
3 June, 1744, third daughter of Benjamin Metcalf
and Sarah Abel (573), was a great granddaughter of
Margaret Post (15) of the third generation. She m. 29
May, 1766, William Alden, a descendant of John Alden
and Priscilla MuUins of the Mayflower. They settled at
Lebanon, where they had six children recorded to them.



HYDE GENEALOGY. 2063

Those children were :

6777. William Mullins, b. 7 Dec, 1768, at Lebanon.

6778. Jabin, b. 26 Jan., 1771, at Lebanon.

6779. Andrew, b. 25 May, 1785, at Lebanon.

6780. Eunice, b. 19 Jan., 1767, at Lebanon.

6781. Sarab, b. 16 Aug., 1773, at Lebanon.

6782. Lydia, b. 18 Oct., 1776, at Lebanon.

VI. Sarah Edgerton (2452), born at Is'orwicli, Conn.,
28 Aug., 1735, eldest daughter of Hezekiali Edgerton of
Norwich, by his first wife, Anne Abel (577), was a great
granddaughter of Margaret Post (15) of the third genera-
tion. She rn. 24 Sept., 1755, Oliver Buel, b. 24 Jan., 1732,
at Lebanon, son of John Buel and Freedom Strong of
Lebanon. They settled at Lebanon, where they had eight
children recorded to them.

Those children loere :

6783. Isaac, b. 12 Nov., 1756, at Lebanon. He m. 22 Jan., 1784,

Prudy Sprague of Lebanon.

6784. Ilezekiab, b.'l Jan., 1759, at Lebanon.

6785. Oliver, b. 10 Aug., 1761, at Lebanon.

6786. Orange, b. 18 Dec, 1763, at Lebanon.

6787. AbeCb. 24 May, 1766, at Lebanon.

6788. Daniel, b. 16 Jan., 1772, at Lebanon, d. 1 Feb., 1772.

6789. Sarab, b. 20 Jan., 1769, at Lebanon.

6790. Anne, b. 17 July, 1774, at Lebanon, d. 14 April, 1776.

VL Col. Elisha Edgerton (2454), born at ISTorwich,
Conn., 20 Nov., 1753, eldest son of Elisha Edgerton and
Zerviah Abel (578) of Norwich, was a great grandson of
Margaret Post (15) of the third generation. He m. 23
March, 1775, Eunice Peck, probably b. 14 Oct., 1754, at
Norwich, fourth daughter of Capt. Jonathan Peck and
Bethia Bingham. They settled in that part of Norwich
which is now Franklin, where he was a member of the
legislature from Franklin in 1803. They afterwards re-
moved to Coventry, where he was a member of the
constitutional convention of 1818. He was also a colonel
of militia. The dates of their deaths I have not ascer-
tained.

TJieir children were :

6791. Elisba, b. 29 Feb., 1776, at Norwich, d. 3 Aug., 1778.

6792. Bela, b. 2 Jan., 1786, at Norwich, d. 11 Jan., 1787.

6793. Bela 2d, b. 28 Sept., 1787, at Franklin. He graduated at

Middlebury college in 1809, and was a teacher at Platts-=



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HYDE GENEALOGY.



burgli and a lawyer. He m. 24 March, 1811, Phebe Ketch-
um, b. 27 March, 1790, at Red Hook, N. Y., daughter of
Joseph Ketchura and Phebe Moore of Plattsburgh. They
settled at Plattsburgh, where he was a member of the legis-
lature. They subsequently went to live with one of their
sons at Hicksville, 0., where she d. 24 Aug., 1844, and
where he was living in 1861. They had four children born
in Plattsburgh and in its vicinity.

1. ^///•e^i'.,b.llJau., 1813, at Plattsburgh. Hem. 9 Feb.,
1841, Charlotte Dixon, b. 1 June, 1816, at" Portland, Conn.,
daughter of Charles Dixon and Lucy Sage of Bethany, N. Y.
They settled at Hicksville, Ohio, where he was a state
senator, and a member of congress, and where they were
living in 1861, and had eight children: Henry Hicks, b. 1
Jan., 1842, graduated at Lawrence university, unm. in 1861;
Cornelia Augusta, b. 4 Feb., 1843, d. 13 Aug., 1848 ; Fran-
ces DeLord, b. 1 Sept., 1844; Alfred P., b. 12 April, 1846;
Charlotte Elizabeth, b. 1 Oct., 1847; Anne Eliza, b. 4 June,
1849; Arthur, b. 7 Feb., 1852, d. 23 March, 1856; and
Dixon, b. 28 July, 1857.

2. Lycurgus, b. 28 Oct., 1815, at Plattsburgh. He m. 8
April, 1840, Charlotte Whiting Perkins, b. 9 Oct., 1824, at
Norwich, Conn,, daughter of Capt. Jedediah Perkins and
Lucy Ingersoll. He was a merchant, living at New York in
1863, and his family were in Rome, Italy. They had five
children : Charlotte Lucy, b. 25 Dec, 1843 ; Clara Louisa,
b. 12 Jan., 1847 ; Lycurgus, b. Feb., and d. July, 1849 ;
Ida Mary, b. 9 July, 1853; and Lycurgus 2d, b. 3 Nov.,
1857. They had also an adopted daughter, Minnie Constance
Edgerton, b. 28 Jan., 1856, at Toronto, C. W.

3. Joseph Ketckum^ b. 16 Feb., 1818, at Vergennes, m. 23
Jan., 1839, Hannah Maria Spies, b. 22 Dec, 1818, at New
York, third daughter of William Spies and Elizabeth Chat-
terton of New York. He was a lawyer, and they removed
to Fort Wayne, la., where they were living in 1864. He
was then a member of congress. They had eioht children :
Frances Elizabeth, b. 27 Jan., 1840; Helen, b.''2 Oct., 1842;
Edward Coke, b. 4 Dec, 1845; Clara, b. 30 July, 1848;
Joseph Ketchum, b. 2 Dec, 1851, d. 9 May, 1852; Clement,
b. 30 Sept., 1854; Grace, b. 21 March, 1858; and Joseph-
ine, b. 23 Feb., 1861.

4. Phele Elizabeth, b. 24 June, 1824, at Chazy. She m.
26 July, 1841, Dr. Melvin A. Barnes, son of Dr. Melvin
Barnes of Grand Isle (see No. 4085). They settled at
Schuyler's Falls, N. Y., where they were living in 1863, and
had five children, born at Schuyler's Falls : Charlotte Maria,
b. 20 July, 1844; Melvin Edgerton, b. 17 May, 1847;
Frances Henrietta, b. 13 Dec, 1849 ; Phebe Elizabeth, b.
21 Oct., 1853 ; and Ethan Allen, b. 2 April, 1862.

0794. Ashur, b. 8 June, 1791, at Franklin.



HYDE GENEALOGY. 2065

6795. Eunice, b. 19 July, 1778, at Norwich. 8he in. 21 Pec,

1797, Col. Septa Fillmore, b. 13 Oct., 1774, at Norwich,
third son of Comfort Fillmore and Zerviah Bosworth (ure
iVo. 1054). They removed to Chazy, N. Y., where he kept
a public house, and was a colonel of militia, and where they
both died. They had eleven children, born at Chazy:

1. Phedc Edgerton, b. 19 June, 1799, m. her mother's fifth
cousin, Jonathan Hyde (4591), third son of Elijah Hyde
(1541) of (jrand Isle, and his first wife, Elizabeth Edgerton
(2568^/). (^S-eeiVo. 4591.)

2. Fanny i?., b. 27 June, 1801, m. 29 Jan., 1825, Caleb
Luther of Plattsburgh. who was the sheriff of Clinton county
for several years.

3. Nancy T'., b. 29 Jan., 1804, m. 1 Sept., 1830, Julius
C. Churchill of Champlain, N. Y.

4. Zerviah B., b. 22 Jan., 180G, m. 13 Jan., 1826, John
North of Chazy.

5. Eliaha Eilgerton, b. 6 July, 1808, and d. 4 Aug., 1809.

6. Harriet, b. 22 Feb., 1810, m. 19 Feb., 1833, Shubael
Burdick of Plattsburgh.

7. Eluha Edgerton 2d, b. 23 May, 1812, m. 10 Aug.,
1836, 3Iargaret Arthur, and was a hardware merchant at
Zanesville, Ohio, in 1857.

* 8. Laura, b. 23 April, 1814, m. 16 April, 1834, George
Bristol of Scottsville, N. Y. •

9. Sahrina, b. 18 July, 1816, m. 3 July, 1839, Curtis H.
Buekman of Chazy, N. Y.
• 10. Eunice, h. 30 Nov., 1818, m. 20 Oct., 1844,. William
H. Chisholm of Chazy.

11. John D. L. F. S., b. 6 Sept., 1820, m. 16 April, 1846,
Sarah Crawford of Wisconsin.

6796. Phebe, b. 24 April, 1781, at Norwich.

6797. Mildred, b. 25 Aug., 1789, at Franklin. She m, her father's

fourth cousin, Simeon Backus Hyde (1727), second son of
Joseph Hyde (418) and Susanna Waterman of Franklin.
{See lYo. 1727.)



VI. Capt. Thomas Abel (2465), born at NTorwich, Conn.,
9 Oct., 1749, third son of Simon Abel (582) and Parnal
Willes, was a great grandson of Margaret Post (15) of the
third generation. He m. 1771, Eunice Griswold (6712),
b. 20 "April, 1752, at llTorwich, eldest daughter of his
second cousin, Ebenezer Griswold (2397) and Hannah
Merrill of Norwich, and afterwards of Bennington, Yt.
He was a farmer, and they settled at Norwich, and re-
moved to Bennington, Yt., and from there to Fredonia,
N. Y., where he d. 10 Oct., 1814, aged 64, and she d. 21
Feb., 1841, in the 89th year of her age.
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1066 ^^^^^ GENEALOGY.

TJieir children were :

6798. Levi, b. 1774, at Bennington, died in cLildliood.

6799. Henry, b. 8 Feb., 1777, at Bennino-ton. He m. 1795, Mary

Aboi, b. 8 July, 1773, at Norwich. They settled at Ben-
nington, and removed to Maysville, N. Y., and he d. 9 Oct.,
1845, at Roscoe, 111. Thay had five children :

1. Almira, b. 18 Jan., 179G, at Bennington, m. 2 July,
1815, Stephen Prendergast of Portland, N. Y. He was a far-
mer, and d. 31 Jan., 1852, at Eipley, N. Y., and the}'' had
four sons who were living at Bipley in 1858.

2. Laura, b. 18 May, 1804, at Orwell, m. 18 Sept., 1822,
Asa Farnsworth of Westfield, N. Y., where they were living
in 1858. They had two sons : Abel Farnsworth and Henry
Farnsworth, b. at Westfield, who were bankers at Buffalo in
1858.

8. Franklin, b. 1 Sept., 1806, at Bennington. He was a
farmer, and married and removed to Petaluma, Cal., where he
was living in 1858, and had a family.

4. Sidney/, b. 10' March, 1809, at Bennington. He was a
lawyer, and married, and was living at Petaluma, Cal., in
1858, and had two children.

5. Ralph, b. 11 July, 1811, at Mayville, was a merchant,
and was married and living at Chicago in 1858, and had a
daughter.

6800. Mosely W., b. 24 Feb., 1781, at Bennington. He m. 6 July,

1806, Ruth Baldwin, b. 15 June, 1787, at Dorset, Vt.
They lived at Dorset, Crown Point, Buffalo, Fredonia and
Dunkirk, N. Y. She d. 6 Aug., 1851, at Dunkirk, where
he d. 24 Sept., 1858. They had eleven children, the seven
last born at Fredonia :

1. Minerva Pomcroy, b. 19 July, 1807, at Dorset, m. Col.
Walter Smith of Dunkirk, where she d. 25 Feb., 1855, and
where he was living in 1858. They had five children :
Mary Abel, m. her mother's fourth cousin, John Maret Bar-
bour (4262), second son of Oliver Barbour and Rosamond
Butler Walworth (1343) ; Catherine E. M., b. 1829; Walter
Chester, b. Dec, 1832; Sarah Dwight, b. May, 1838; and
Cornelia Tryon, b. Feb., 1842.

2. Benjamin, b. 14 May, 1809, at Crown Point, and died
in his infancy.

3. Lucina Bell, b. 24 May, 1810, at Crown Point, m.
March, 1835, Norval Bishop, and settled at Jamestown, N.
Y., where she d. 19 Nov., 1847. They had six children, all
of whom died in infancy except Francis G. M., b. 25 Sept.,
1842.

4. Mary Ann Edwards, b. 24 Nov., 1812, at Buffalo, m. 7
Aug., 1832, Rev. Timothy Stillman, D. D., b. 21 March,
1802, at Wether.«field, Conn., son of Capt. George Stillman
and Martha Deming of Wethersfield. He graduated at
Yale 1822, and was a Presbyterian clergyman, and received



HYDE GENEALOGY. 1067

the degree of doctor of divinity at tlie Iowa college in 1857.
They were living at Dunkirk in 1858 and had six children :
Mosely Abel, b. 13 June, 1833, m. 19 Dec., 1855, Helena M.
Gould, daughter of Daniel Gould, M. D., and had in 1858
two children : Timothy, b. 10 June, 1835, d. 6 June, 1836;
Timothy 2d, b. 5 March, 1837; Anne Mary, b. 22 June,
1839; George b. 27 July, 1841; and Kuth Baldwin, b. 6
June, 1852, d. 8 Jan., 1854.

5. Thomas Bakhoin, b. 1 Sept., 1815, at Fredonia, ni. Sept.,
1846, Eliza Wells of Vermillion, 0. She d. Sept., 1849, and
he had by her two children, who died in infancy. He then m.
4 July, 1858, Addie Williams of Marietta, Iowa, where they
were then living.

6. Albert Henry, b. 15 Feb., 1818, at Fredonia, m. 1843
Sophronia G. Bronson, of Friendship, N. Y. They were liv-
ing at Dunkirk in 1858; and had four children : Walter, b.
Nov., 1845 ; Florence, b. April, 1847; Charles, b. 1849, died
in infancy; and Charles 2d, b. July, 1853.

7. George Mosely, b. 1 Sept., 1820, at Fredonia, m. 25
Dec, 1845. Fanny Alston, and in 1858 had three children :
Clara, b. 27 Nov., 1848, d. 21 July, 1853 ; George M., b.
Jan., 1852, d. 14 March, 1854; and Harriet, b. March,
1855.

8. Francis K., b. 25 Dec, 1822, at Fredonia, d. 4 July,
1823.

9. Frances L., b. Nov., 1824; at Fredonia, m. March,
1854, James B. Stearns. They were living at Lasalle, 111.,
in 1858, and had one child : Frank J., b. 1 Dec, 1857.

10. Casper K., b. 27 Nov., 1827, at Fredonia, m. 23
Dec, 1850, Jane Williams of Jamestown. They were liv-
ing at Dunkirk in 1858 and had three children, one of whom
died in infancy.

11. Clara K., b. 27 Nov., 1827, at Fredonia (twin), m.
Sept., 1851, Thomas W. Frame, M. D., who d. 5 Feb., 1855,
at Jacksonville, Fa., and had by him one child that died in
infancy. She then m. 26 Aug., 1857, Marvin Blanchard, a
lawyer of Lasalle, 111., where they were living in 1858.

6801. Thomas Griswold, b. 15 April, 1791, at Bennington. He m.
14 Oct., 1812. Rhoda Hawks, b. at Bennington, eldest daugh-
ter of William Hawks of Bennington. They settled at Fre-
donia, N. Y., in 1814, where they lived until 1852, when
they removed to Buffalo, where he d. 18 May, 1857, and
was buried at Fredonia. She was living at Buffalo in 1859.
They had five children, the first born at Bennington, and
the others at Fredonia :

1. William Hawks, h. 20 Jan., 1814, m. 22 Oct., 1846,
Eliza Lee, b. 25 Nov., 1820, daughter of Oliver Lee and
Eliza Downer of Buff^ilo, and granddaughter of Solomon
Lee and Anne Brewster of Lebanon, Conn. They were liv-
ing at Buffalo in 1859, and had three children : William



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Oliver, b. 16 March, 1848 ; Harriet Eliza, b. 2 July, 1860 ;
and Charles Lee, b. 4 Oct., 1856.

2. Eunice Eliza^ b. 9 Sept., 1815, was living at Buffalo in
1859, and was unm.

3. Harriet Maria, b. 8 March, 1818, and was unm. in
1859.

4. Catherine Jennett, b. 24 Aug., 1820, m. 28 Dec, 1841,
David S. Forbes of Fredonia, son of John Forbes. They
settled at Fredonia, where they were living in 1859, and had
three children : Thomas Abel, b. 3 July, 1845 ; Catherine
L., b. 18 Sept., 1847 ; and Zelia, b. 2 March, 1852.

5. Ajiphia Louisa, b. 8 July, 1822, and d. 11 July, 1824,
at Fredonia.

6. Rhoda Louisa, b. 11 July, 1824, living at Bufi'alo in
. 1859, and was unm.

6802. Parnal, b. 5 July, 1772, at Norwich. She m. Jason King-

sley, and had ten children.

6803. Eunice, b. 1775, at Bennington, died in childhood.

6804. Lydia, b. 4 Jan., 1779, at Bennington. She m. Ralph Pome-

roy. They settled at Troy, N. Y., and removed to Buffalo,
where he died, and where she was living in 1860. They
had two children :

1. Thomas Abel, who was lost at sea, and died unm.

2. Minerva Lydia, m. Capt. Stephen Champlin, b. 17
Nov., 1789, at South Kingston, R. I., son of Stephen Cham-
plin and Elizabeth Perry. He was a post captain in the
United States navy. At the battle on Lake Erie, 10 Oct.,
1813, he commanded the Scorpion, and for his gallant con-
duct in that action, in which the British fleet was captured,
he was presented with a sword, under a resolution of con-
gress. They resided at Buffalo, where she died about 1859,
and where he was living in 1860, being then on the reserved
list of naval officers. They had six children.

6805. Dice, b. 3 Oct., 1783, at Bennington. She m. about 1802,

Dr. Jacob Kingsley, b. 19 Dec, 1775, at Windham, Conn.
They settled at Addison, and removed to Schaghticoke, N. Y.,
and from there to Dunkirk, where he d. 19 July, 1854. She
d. 23 Aug., 1857j at Rome, N. Y., and they are both buried
in the cemetery at Fredonia. They had four children, the
first born at Addison, and the others at Schaghticoke :

1. Edward Burnai), b. 21 May, 1805, m. Charlotte Daniels.
They were living at Waukegan, 111., in 1858, and had three
children: one who died in infancy; Edward Wells, who died
at the age of 19 years; and Henry, b. 1822. who m. Clarissa
Sherman, and was living with his father in 1858.

2. Caroline Eunice, b. 31 Dec, 1807, m. 22 Oct., 1830,
Henry B. Van Buren, a merchant of Dunkirk, son of Peter
Van Buren of Hudson, and afterwards of Syracuse. They
were living at Dunkirk in 1858, and had six children : James
Henry, b. 2 Feb., 1831, m. 6 Jan., 1857, Lydia Coleman of



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JDunkirk, and was a merchant at Milwaukee in 1858 ; Helen
Clark, b. 6 Sept., 1832, m. 17 May, 1855, Lucius A. Wheeler,
a merchant of Brockport, N. Y., were living at Milwaukee
in 1858, and had a son, Harry, b. 5 Jan., 1858; Elvira L.,
b. 3 Feb., 1834, d. 27 Feb., 1835 ; Edward Theodore, b. 26
June, 1837, d. 17 April, 1842 ; Charles Ed^ar, b. 10 Sept.,
1843, d. 7 Jan., 1844; and Catherine Ida, b. 16 Sept.,
1845.

3. Clarissa Ahd,h. 26 Dec, 1813, m. 2 Oct., 1834, Ralph
L. Howell, a merchant of Dunkirk, where she d. 29 Jan.,
1851, and was buried by the side of her parents at Fredonia.
She had two children : Mary Elizabeth, b. 1835, living at
Rome, N. Y., in 1858, unm.; and Elvira, b. June, 1839, d.
22 July, 1854.

4. Elvira C'.,b. 23 Nov., 1815, m. 8 July, 1839, Dr. Jabez
Vaughan Cobb, b. 13 April. 1811, at Carver, Mass., son of
Nehemiah Cobb and Lois Vaughan. He was a physician,
and they settled at Rome, N. Y''., where they were living in



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