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Y., Sep. 21, 1864; s. of John Gregory and Alice Redfern]; res. R.+

Alice Bradner Grant (1106,103,05) b. Dansville, N. Y., Apr. 30,
1871; res. D.

Mary Louise Grant (1106,103,06) b. Dansville, N. Y., June 23, 1874;
res. D.

Cliild of Mary E. Grant {p. 146) and Haaard.

Flora Hazard (1106,104,00) res. Hazardville.*

Child of Miranda Grant {p. 146) and Oliver P. Fuller.

Alice Mary Fuller (1106,105,10) b. Centerville, R. I., Jan. 5, 1861;
m. Plaiston, N. H., Apr. 10, 1878, Thos. Arnold Briggs [b. Compton,
R. I., Jan. 19, 1857; s. of Samuel Albert Briggs and Lucy Ann Rice];
res. Arlington, Mass. (87 Medford St.); inventor of machinery. +
Children of Sarah E. Grant {p. 146) and E lis ha Morgan.

Miles Morgan (1106,105,40) b. Springfield, Mass., Apr. 25, 1864; d.
S., Oct. 31, 1865.



288 THE GRANT FAMILY.

Helen Morgan (1106,105,41) b. Springfield, Mass., May 3, 1866; m.
Dec. 18, 1895, Frank Leroy Worthy [b. W. Springfield, Mass., June
24, 1863; s. of Austin Leroy Worthy and Mary Jane Spooner] ; res.
W. S. ; grain merchant ; Mass. Inst, of Tech.

Roger Morgan (1106,105,42) b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 18, 1867;
res. S. ; employed in envelope factory; Mass. Inst, of Tech.; 2d
Lieut. Co. G. 2d Regt. Mass. Militia 2 yrs. , Capt. Co. K. 3 yrs.. Col.
on Governor's Staff since 1897.

Louise Chapin Morgan (1106,105,43) b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 15,
1869; m. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 24, 1894, Alfred Leeds [b. N. Y.
C, Oct. 20, 1867 ; s. of Charles Henry Leeds and Sarah Perley Lam-
bert]; res. S. ; paper manufacturer ; grad. Yale Univ. 1887. +

Fanny Morgan (1106,105,44) b. Springfield, Mass., July 3, 1870; d.
S., Dec. 4, 1870.

Sally Morgan (1106,105,45) b. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 6, 1875; d.
S., Aug. 12, 1879.

Rachel Morgan (1106,105,46) b. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 9, 1877; d.
S.,July 1878.

Daniel Harris Morgan (1106,105,47) b. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 14,
1879.

Stewart Chase Morgan (1106,105,48) b. Springfield, Mass., Aug. 30,
1880; d. S., May 15, 1887.

Child of Alary A. Grant [p. 1^6) and Edward P. Allen.

Grace Allen (1106,105,60) b. Dansville, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1866; res.
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Children of Mary A. Grant {p. 1^6) and Charles R. Allen.

Roderick Grant Allen (1106,105,61) b. Hartford, May 29, 1871; m.
Nov. II, 1896, Blanche Tryon; res. Brooklyn, N. Y.f

Elsie Allen (1106,105,62) res. Brooklyn, N. Y.f

CJiildren of Sidney A. Grant [p. 1^6) and Louise Corbin.

Lewis Corbin Grant (1106,105,70) b. Rockville, Nov. 27, 1868; m.
Springfield, Mass., Aug. 17, 1893, Hattie Tyler Somer [b. Pittsfield,
Mass., 1870; d. S., Dec. 4, 1895 ; dau. of John Kirke Somer and Jane
Almira Tyler]; res. S. ; manufacturer; now at Dawson City, Alaska. +

Sidney Allen Grant (1106,105,71) b. Cincinnati, O., Aug. 17, 1874;
d. Rockville, Apr. 15, 1881.

Mary Louise Grant (1106,105,72) b. Bondhill, O., Sep. 14, 1878; d.
Rockville, July 18, 1880.

Helen Louise Grant (1106,105,73) b. Springfield, Mass., Apr.29, 1890.
CJiildren of Elizabeth H. Grant {p. 14.J) and Albert T. Wilson.

Katherine Wilson (1106,105,80) b. Manchester, Feb. 6, 1877.

Ruth Wilson (1106,105,81) b. Manchester, Dec. 30, 1879.

Albert Francis Wilson (1106,105,82) b. in Col., Aug. 20, 1884.

Ralph Grant Wilson (1106,105,83) b. in Col, Apr. 18, 1886.

Edith Wilson (1106,105,84) b. in Col., Apr. 18, 1891.

Children of Eliza A. Shaw [p. 7^7) and fames Huntoo}i.

John Edward Huntoon (1106,140,20) b. Cvittingsville, Vt., Feb. 17,
1842; m. Elizabeth Billings. +



NINTH GENERATION. 289

William Henry Huntoon (1106,140,21) b. Cuttingsville, Vt., May 16,
1844; m. Luella Young. +

Frances Eliza Huntoon (1106,140,22) b. Cuttingsville, Vt., vSep. 4,
1846 ; res. C.

Clara Belle Huntoon (1106,140,23) b. Cuttingsville, Vt., Jan. 27,
1852; m. Jan. 19, 1876, Edward C. Wheeler; res. Dorchester, Mass.f +
Child of Charles L. Shaw {p. 7^7) and Mary C. Barton.

Charles W. Shaw (1106,140,40) res. Springfield, Mass. ; in the office
of the S. Republican, f

Children of Sarah E. Grant (/. i^y) and Edwin T. Evans.

James Carey Evans (1106,210,20) b. Oswego, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1862;
m. July 1895 (June 1894), Margaret Erskine, of Chicago, 111. ; res.
C. ; agent of Anchor Line.f +

Ernest Grant Evans (1106,210,21) b. Apr. 4, 1864; d. Nov. 27, 1869.

Grace EUicott Evans (1106,210,22) b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1866;
m. Lewiston, N. Y., July 24, 1889, Albert Anderson Noye [b. B.,
June 7, 1863; s. of Richard Kirby Noye and Sara Annan]; res. B.
(The Lenox); mechanical engineer; sec'y of John T. Noye Mfg.
Co.; Ph.B. Yale Univ. +

Ellicott Evans (1106,210,23) b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. i, 1869; m. July
20, 1896, Katherine Hamlin, of B. ; res. B. (Elmwood Av.).f

Karl Kellogg Evans (1106,210,24) b. Buffalo, N. Y., July 14, 1873.
Children of Cornelia M. Grant [p. i^y) and Hervey Shriver.

Ethel Grant Shriver (1106,210,30) b. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 23, 1872;
m. Oswego, N. Y., Sep. 23, 1895, Guy Roosevelt Beardslee [b. E.

Creek, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1856; s. of Augustus Beardslee and

Barnard]; res. E. C. ; electrical power; grad. U. S. Mil. Acad. 1879.

Gertrude Ellicott Shriver (1106,210,31) b. Baltimore, Md., Oct. 31,
1874; res. Oswego, N. Y. ; teacher in St. Mary's Hall, Burlington,
N.J.

CJiildren of Joseph Grant {p. /.//) and Florence C. Hastings.

Cornelia Harriet Grant (1106,210,40) b. June 28, 1873; res. Oswego,
N. Y. (131 E. Second St.).t

Josephine Hastings Grant (1106,210,41) b. Sep, 28, 1874; res. Oswe-
go, N. Y. (131 E. Second St.).t

Sarah Ellicott Grant (1106,210,42) b. Apr. i, 1876; res. Oswego, N.
Y. (131 E. Second St.).t

Edith Shriver Grant (1106,210,43) b. Sep. 5, 1877.

Children of Richard B. Treadivay {p. i.f8) and Mary J. Marsh.

Kate L. Treadway (1106,212,20) b. May 5,1855.

Minerva G. Treadway (1106,212,21) b. June 5, 1857; m. Harry Ha-
genbrack, of Dunkirk, N. Y.

James M. Treadway (1106,212,22) b. June 1861; d. Aug. 1897; m.
Julia Hoyt, of Utica, N. Y.
Children of Cornelia P. Treadway {p. 148) and John H. Russell.

Minerva Treadway Russell (1106,212,60) b. June 1866.

Mary McPherson Russell (1106,212,61) b. July 20, 1867.



290 THE GRANT FAMILY.

John Harry Russell (1106,212,62) b. Nov. 24, 1872; in U. S. N.
Cliild of Mary B. Grant {p. 148) and George W. Parkhurst.

George Grant Parkhurst (1106,214,00) b. Oct. 12, 1881.

Child of Josephine L. Grant [p. 148) and William R. Hosnier.

Mary Louise Hosmer (1106,214,10) b. Apr. 28, 1878; Vassar Coll.
Child of Elizabeth P. Grant {p. 148) and Joseph L. King.

Walter Grant King (1106,214,20) b. N. Y. C, Nov. 12, 1871; res.
Buffalo, N. Y. (31 Norwood Av.); chemical engineer; with Barber
Asphalt Paving Co. ; B.S. Cornell Univ. 1892, M.S. 1894.

Child of Eunice M. Powers {p. 148) and Edzvard Andreivs.

Louis Andrews (1106,461,70) b. Grand Id., Neb., July 9, 1876; m.
Dinuba, Cal., Aug. 8, 1897, Dora A. Parks. +

Children of Eunice M. Powers {p. 148) and Henry Kirkpatrick.

Mary Ellen Kirkpatrick (1106,461,71) b. Newville, Colusa Co., Cal,,
Dec. 16, 1879.

John Henry Kirkpatrick (1106,461,72) b. Dinuba, Cal., May 22, 1890.
CJnld of Helen Bishop [p. 14^) and James Potter.

ValdaW. Potter (iio6,46iA,oo)res. Monmouth, 111. (602 S. 8th St.). f
Children of Orris A. Bishop {p. i4g) and Julia Howard.

Joseph Howard Bishop (iio6,46iA,2o) res. Chicago, 111. (213 Warren
Av.).t

Helen Elizabeth Bishop (11 06,46 1 A, 21) b. Manchester, Iowa, Dec.
10, 1867; m. Wheaton, 111., May 22, 1889, Jas. Scott Evans [b. Lon-
don, Eng., Aug. 25, 1867; d. Chicago, 111., Oct. i, 1896; s. of John
Evans and Fanny Scott]; res. C. (213 Warren Av.).+ •

Walter Herbert Bishop (iio6,46iA, 22) b. Chicago, 111., Dec. 17,
1868; m. C, Sept. 6, 1890, Clara Emily Harrison [b. nr. Norfolk,
Neb., Dec. 2, 1872; dau. of John Jesse Harrison and Diana Fanny
Munson]; res. C. (213 Warren Av.); letter carrier.+

Mabel Emma Bishop (1106,461 A, 23) m. Gregg; res. Chicago,

111. (213 Warren Av.).f

Charles Clinton Bishop (iio6,46iA,24) res. Chicago, 111. (213 Warren
Av.).t

CJiildren of Charlotte M. Grant (/. /^p) and Vincent S. Boggs.

Maud Grant Boggs (1106,462,50) b. Chicago, 111., May 12, 1879.

Edith Olivia Boggs (1106,462,51) b. Oak Park, 111., Sep. 23, 1881.

Oliver Stevenson Boggs (1106,462,52) b. and d. Chicago, 111., Sep. 11,
1884.

Children of Herbert H. Grant {p. 14^).
Oren Vincent Grant (1106,462,60).
Ira Earl Grant (1106,462,61).
Lotta Luella Grant (1106,462,62).
Fay S. Grant (1106,462,63).
Elsie D. Grant (1106,462,64).
Lucille Elinor Grant (1106,462,65).
William Hobert Grant (1106,462,66).



NINTH GENERATION. 291

Child of Mary L. Grant {p. 14Q) and Nichols.

Nelson William Nichols (1106,462,70).

Child of Ida T. Grant {p. i^g) and Thomas Payne.

Payne (1106,466,00) b. andd. Shakopee, Minn., Mch. 21, 187 1.

Children of Orville E. Grant {p. i^g) and Nora Ross.
Nillie Grant (1106,466,10) b. Apr. 15, 1881.
Guy Grant (1106,466,11) b. Nov. 1884.

Children of Melvin C. Grant {p. i^g) and Mary Star ley.
Earl Wellington Grant (1106,466,30) b. Apr. 29, 1892.
Eoy Myron Grant (1106,466,31) b. Nov. 18, 1894.

CJiild of ArcJiie F. Grant {p. i^g) and Laura Darrozv.
Florence Verda Grant (1106,466,80) b. June 20, 1890.

Children of David J. Sinclair {p. 150) and Irene M. Moody.
Malcolm Cheney Sinclair (1106,490, 20) b. Duluth, Minn., June, i, 1886.
Nellie Mary Sinclair (1106,490,21) b. Duluth, Minn., July 21, 1887.

Child of William H. Sinclair {p. /50) and Nellie Harter.
RoUin Hugh Sinclair (1106,490,30) b. June 9, 1898.
Children of Edzvard D. Sinclair {p. 1^0) and Mary M. Rackliff.
Edna Irene Sinclair (1106,490,60) b. Livermore, Iowa, June 12, 1891.
Sernice Florence Sinclair (1106,490,61) b. Livermore, Iowa, June 30,
1893.

Gladya Lucille Sinclair (1106,490,62) b. Livermore, Iowa, May 16,
1897.

Children of Mary E. Sinclair {p. 1^0) and Frank Fenn.
Vesta EUen Fenn (1106,490,70) b. Rodman, Iowa, June 30, 1894.
Frank Howard Fenn (1106,490,71) b. Rodman, Iowa, Apr. 5, 1896.

Child of Fred H. Miller {p. 1^0) and Blanche Phare.
Blanche Helen Miller (1106,494,50) d. inf.

■Child of Jennie L. Grant {p. i^i) and Eugene Harris.
Jennie Grant Harris (1106,670,00) b. Coventry, July 14, 1879; res.
Hartford (234 Barbour St.).

Children of Charles L. Grant {p. i^i) and Clara J. Brown.
Lizzie Mabel Grant (1106,673,00) b. Rockville, May 29, 1879.
Charles Earle Grant (1106,673,01) b. Hartford, June 3, 1890.
Child of Lowell C. Grant [p. i^i) and Nellie F. Ladd.

Grant (1106,673,10) (s.), d. at birth.

Child of John T. Williams {p. i^i) and June Moor.
Paul Williams (1106,681,10) b. Feb. 15, 1894.

Children of Augusta J. Clark {p. iji) and Richard Relf.
Henry Clark Relf (1106,682,10) b. Superior, Wis., Apr. 12, 1863; m.
Denver, Col., Mch. 11, 1891, Elnora Weaver [b. Alma, Mich., June
17, 1866; dau. of Henry Weaver and Elnora Ann Beebe] ; res. Ta-
coma, Wash.; civil engineer; with N. P. R. R. and U. P. R. R.
since 1880; Univ, of Minn. 1877-9. +



292 THE GRANT FAMILY.

Richard Howard Relf (1106,682,11) b. Superior, Wis., Oct. 6, 1864;
m. St. Paul, Minn., July 12, 1891, Mary Ellen Howes [b. Ports-
mouth, N. H., July 8, 1869; dau. of Jas. Samuel Howes and Ellen
Attwood; res. S. P. ; with N. P. R. R. since 1879.+

Hermine Relf (1106,682,12) b. Superior, Wis., Mch. 8, 1867; res. St.
Paul, Minn. (76 Park PI.).

Nelson Relf (1106,682,13) b. Superior, Wis., Apr. 29, 1869; d. S.,
Dec. 18, 1872.

Herbert Kemper Relf (1106,682,14) b. Superior, Wis., June 26, 1871 ;
res. St. Paul, Minn. ; clerk with N, P. R. R. ; form, civil engineer,
bank cashier, and real estate and insurance broker; 2d Lieut. Co. G.
ist. Regt. N. G. W. 1890-1; warden of St. John's Ch.

Frank Williams Relf (1106,682,15) b. Superior, Wis., Apr. 17, 1874;
res. St. Paul, Minn. (76 Park PL); clerk with G. N. R. R. ; form,
bookkeeper, cashier, collector, and stenographer; choirmaster and
organist.

Frances Helen Relf (1106,682,16) b. Superior, Wis., Apr. 17, 1874;
res. St. Paul, Minn. (76 Park PI.).

Cliild of Helen Clark [p. i^i) and Alonzo Palmer.

Lester Clark Palmer (1106,682,30) b. Torch Lake, Mich., July i, 1868;
d. on Lake Huron, Oct. 15, 1871.

Children of Richard B. Moore {p. 1^2) and Helen AI. Stern.

Gwendolyn Emily Moore (1106,684,20) b. Denver, Col., Oct. 8, 1893.

Robert Stern Moore (1106,684,21) b. Denver, Col., Sep. 16, 1897; d.
D., Sep. 22, 1897.

CLAN D.

Child of David D. Grant {_p. ij2 ) and Mary E. Caswall.

David Caswall Grant (1108,212,20) b. Franklin, Pa., Oct. 12, 1869;
m. Toledo, O., Oct. 12, 1889, Clara Beatrice Hopkins [b. New Or-
leans, La., July 21, 1865; dau. of Rev. Wm. Cyprian Hopkins and
Cornelia Stevens]; res. Toledo, O. ; operator for Associated Press;
editor and operator with United Press Asso. , Chicago, 111., 7 yrs. ;
drummer Co. F. i6th Regt. N. G. Pa. 1 880-6. +

Children of Joseph W. Grant [p. 1J2) and Myra B. Fay.

Kate Denison Grant (1108,212,30) b. Franklin, Pa., Apr. 18, 1877;
res. F.

Edwin Joseph Grant (1108,212,31) b. Franklin, Pa., Jan. 14, 1879;
Yale Univ.

Henry Fay Grant (1108,212,32) b. Franklin, Pa., July 16, 1882.

Josephine Grant (1108,212,33) b. Franklin, Pa., July 16, 1882.

Denison Wadsworth Grant (1108,212,34) b. Franklin, Pa., Aug. 21,
1890.
Children of Gertrude H. Washburn {p. IJ2) and Henry F. Norton.

Ellen Grant Norton (1108,213,20) b. Berlin, Apr. 12, 1865; res. E.
Helena, Mont. ; stenographer.

Wadsworth "Washburn Norton (1108,213,21) b. Berlin, Apr. 21, 1867;
res. Great Falls, Mont. ; supt. of smelter; Cornell Univ. 1886-8.



NINTH GENERATION, 293

Lena Goodrich Norton (1108,213,22) b. Berlin, Jan, 19, 1869; res.
N. Y. C. ; teacher.*

Alfred Buckley Norton (1108,213,23) b. Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1873;
m. E. Helena, Mont., Mch, 24, 1897, Carrie Burns [b. E. H., 1875;
dau. of Alex. F.Burns]; res. E. H.; electrician; Cornell Univ. 1891-2.

Gertrude Parmelee Norton (1108,213,24) b. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 22,
1875; res. E. Helena, Mont.; teacher.

CLAN E.
Children of Nellie Grant [p. ijj) and Arthur M. Powers.
Ralph Lee Powers (1109,363,00) b. Apr. 11, 1888.
Roy Glenn Powers (1109,363,01) b. Apr. 5, 1889.

Child of George S. Biindy {p. ijj) and Dora L. Mills.
Earl Sydney Bundy (1109,363,20) b. Erie, Kan., Nov. 12, 1894.

CI^AN F.
Child of Edzvard Grant {p. i^j) and Amanda Hayes.
Lucy Grant (1120,201,10) m. (i) Aurelius Barber, who d. ; m. (2)
Morton, who d.; res. Windsorville ; Mr. B. was a wagon-



maker. f-

Cliildren of Elvira Grant {p. i^j) and Henry C. StougJiton.

Josephine Maria Stoughton (1120,201,20) b. Wapping, Dec. 28, 1840;
m. Chas. T. Lyman; res. W.f +

Gertrude Elvira Stoughton (1120,201,21) b. Wapping, Apr. 5, 1843;
m. (i) W., Jan. i, 1862, Franklin A. Sadd [(perhaps b. Oct. 20, 1837);
d. W. ; s. of Wm. Sadd and Maronet Allen]; m. (2) W., Orrin G.
Hollister, who was b. W. ; res. Manchester; Mr. S. gave the fund
that started the high school; Mr. H. is a contractor and builder.f

Anna Hephzibah Stoughton (1120,201,22) b. Wapping; d. W., May
29, 1862, ae 17 yrs.

John Calvin Stoughton (1120,201,23) b. Wapping, June 9, 1847; m.
S. Windsor, May 5, 1874, Elizabeth Ann Pitkin [b. S. W., Aug. 13,
1854; dau. of Evelyn Riley Pitkin and Esther Jeannette Stiles]; res.
W. ; merchant and postmaster since 1872 ; form, farmer; school com-
mitteeman, rep. ; lecturer of W. Grange. +

Charles E. Stoughton (1120,201,24) b. Wapping, Aug. 1850; d. W.,
Apr. 10 (20), 1S63.

Chauncey E. Stoughton (1120,201,25) b. Wapping, Aug. 1850; d. W. ,
Sep. 16, 1851.

Oscar Harvey Stoughton (1120,201,26) b. Wapping, Jan. 23, 1853; m.
Lena H. Geer (1211,132,05); res. W. ; farmer; served 3 yrs. on the
" Hartford. "f +

Children of Zelotes C. Grant {p. 154) and Bethia Morse.

Edward Clinton Grant (1120,202,00) d. Mch. 20, 1843, ae 21 mos.

Charles Arthur Grant (1120,202,01) b. June 30, 1845 \ d. (prob. unm.),
Fairfax, Va., Jan. 1874; res. N. Y. C. ; a very handsome and bright
man.



294 THE GRANT FAMILY.

Child of Trnmbull H. Grant {p. 75^) and Ann .

Henry Trumbull Grant (1120,202,20) b. E. Windsor, a. 1830; d. s. p.
Newark, N. J., June 10, 1885, ae 55; m. Windsor, Sep. 8, 1853, Sarah
J. Phelan, of Windsor Locks, who was b, Lee, Mass., a. 1834; res.
W. and N. ; wid. rem. to L. I. City, N. Y. ; machinist.

Child of Emily M. Grant (/. i^f) and Edivin Matthews.

Adeline C. Matthews (1120,202,30) d. Lafayette, Ind., July i or 2,
1852, ae 17 yrs.

Children of Alfred S. Grant (/. isf) and Julia Woodruff.

Emily Cornelia Grant (1120,202,50) b. Bristol, Nov, 3, 1841 ; m. New
Haven, Jan. 21, 1873, ^eo. W. Andrews [b. Meriden, Feb, 12, 1848;
s. of Amos Andrews and Fanny Woodruff]; res, N. H. {t,i Norton
St,) ; travelling- salesman. $+

Martha Christina Grant (1120,202,51) b. Bristol, Nov. 27, 1843; d.
B., Dec, 20, 1843,

Charles Alfred Grant (1120,202,52) b. New Haven, July 6, 1850; m.
N. H., Dec. 8, 1874, May Jane Strickland [b, Springfield, Mass.,
Feb. 18, 1854; dau. of Edwin Fayette Strickland and Sophronia
Barnes] ; res. Manitou, Col, ; dealer in books, stationery, and tourists'
goods ; pres. of school board, recorder of M. ; senior warden and treas.
of St. Andrews P. E. Ch.$+

Adeline Julia Grant (1120,202,53) b. New Haven, Apr. 3, 1853; d,
Worcester, Mass., Nov. 19, 1873; m. N. H., Sep, 9, 1872, Allston
Ezra Parmenter, of W. [b. Southboro, Mass., Apr. 24, 1851; d, Los
Angeles, Cal., May 1879; s. of Warren Parmenter and Priscilla Steel];
res. W. ; organ and piano tuner. +

Children of Frederic L. Gleason {p. i^f) and Martha Willard.

Frederic Grant Gleason (1120,205,00) b. Middletown, Dec. 18, 1848;
m. Chicago, 111., Oct. 19, 1887, Mabel Blanche Kennicott [b. C, Aug.
16, 1858; dau. of Dr, Jonathan Asa Kennicott and Marie Antoinette
Fiske] ; res, C. (74 Auditorium) ; composer and teacher of music;
Leipzig Conservatory 1869; organist of Asylum Hill Cong. Ch. of
Hartford, and First Cong. Ch. of New Britain; music editor on C.
Tribune, managing editor of Musical Review; director of theoretical
dept. of C. Conservatory; hon. vice-pres. of N. Y. Manuscript Soc,
pres. of C. Manuscript Soc, ; pres. of American Patriotic Musical
League; director, examiner and fellow of American College of
Musicians; received a gold medal from the Asso. die Benemeriti
Italiana ; among his compositions are the operas ' * Otho Visconti " and
" Montezuma," " The Culprit Fay," and " Edris,"
Annie Kate Gleason (1120,205,01) d. Norwich, 1865, ae 13 yrs,
Thomas Williams Gleason (1120,205,02) b. Hartford, Sep. 4, 1859;
m. H., Oct. 19, 1887, Nellie Watkinson Stone [b. Columbus, O., Oct,
2, 1859; dau. of Collins Stone and Ellen Jane Gill]; res. Lewiston, N.
Y.; with Conn. Mutual Life Ins. Co. 1879-88; farmer at Holden,
Mass., and Rutland, Mass., 1888-92; with Adrian City, Mich., Mills
1892-5; manager of Great Granite Gold Mining and Development



NINTH GENERATION. 296

Co. since 1897; private in Co. K. ist Regt. Conn. N. G. 1880, signal
officer 1885-6; dea. of Holden Cong. Ch. +

Mary Willard Gleason (1120,205,03) b. Hartford, Oct. 29, 1861; m.
H., Oct. 28, 1890, Henry Seely White [b. Cazenovia, N. Y., May 20,
1861 ; s. of Aaron White and Isadore Maria Haight] ; res. Evanston,
111. ; A.B. Wesleyan Univ. 1882, Ph.D. Univ. of Gottingen 1891; in-
structor in Hackettstown, N. J., Sem. 1883-4, tutor of mathematics
in Wesleyan Univ. 1884-7, asst. in mathematics in Clark Univ.
1890-2, prof, of mathematics in Northwestern Univ. since 1892;
among her rnusical compositions are "To Woo," "Two Brown
Owls," "A Rose Song," " The Ballad of the Brook. "+

Children of Oliver G. Terry {p. 75^) and Sophia Jones.

Algernon Sidney Terry (1120,230,00) b. Hartford, Mch. 25, 1832; d.
H., Aug. 4, 1833.

Henry Jones Terry (1120,230,01) b. Hartford, Feb. 15, 1834; d. H.,
Mch. 5, 1834.

Helen Sophia Terry (1120,230,02) b. Hartford, Aug. 28, 1836; d. H.,
July 13, 1839.

George Terry (1120,230,03) b. Hartford, Dec. 22, 1842; d. H., Aug.
3, 1844.

Maria Francis Terry (1120,230,04) b. Albany, N. Y., May 3, 1845;
d. Hartford, Sep. 20, 1864.

Child of Oliver G. Terry {p. ij^) and Amelia Smith.

Mary Amelia Terry (1120,230,05) b. Hartford, Oct. 19, 1863; res. H.
CJiildren of Mary J. Grant {p. 755) and Henry Wright.

Wright (1120,232,00) d. y.

William Henry Wright (1120,232,01) b. a. 1849; m. Lyle H. Crocker,
dau. of Griswold Crocker; res. Deepriver.f +

Children of William B. Grant [p. 755) and Sarah E. Johnson.

Emerett L. Grant (1120,232,30) b. (New Haven?), June 19, 1851; d.
s. p. Hadlyme, a. i yr. after she m. Wm. Ryan, of E. Lyme, who
m. (2) .

Florence B. Grant (1120,232,31) b. New Haven, Feb. 26, 1854; m.
Henry W. Maynard [b. S. Lyme; s. of Anson Maynard]; res. Col-
chester; farmer. +

Edna P. Grant (1120,232,32) d. May 14, 1862, a; 2 yrs.

Annie Shurman Grant (1120,232,33) b. Lyme, June 24, 1866; m.
Norwich, Apr. 16, 1884, Moses Augustus Baker [b. Montville, Apr.
10, 1854; s. of Henry G. Baker and Emma Fielding]; res. N. (123
Maple St.); truckman. $+

Child of Nancy G. Bliss {p. 755) and Proctor Pearce.

Pearce (1120,234,00) stillborn Nov. 18, 1854.

Children of Caroline C. Culver {p. 755) and Lorenzo D. Ely.

Oliver Culver Ely (1120,241,20) b. Brighton, N. Y., 1842; d. inf. B.

Alice Elizabeth Ely (1120,241,21) b. Brighton, N. Y., Mch. 6, 1844;
m. Rochester, N. Y., July 20, 1870, Geo. Candee Buell [b. Geneseo,
N. Y., Oct. 12, 1822; d. R., Jan. 24, 1898; s. of Eben Norton Buell



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and Rebecca Root; m. (i) 1845, Julia Gilkinson, who d. 1846; m.
(2) 1850, Elizabeth House Bloss (d. Mch. 3, 1865; dau. of Wm. C.
Bloss)]; res. R. (9 Livingston Park); wholesale grocer; director and
vice-pres. of Traders' National Bank many yrs. ; director of N. Y. C.
and H. R. R. R. 1886-98; trustee of Auburn Theol. Sem., Univ. of
R., R. Orphan Asylum, and the Industrial School; alternate delegate
at large to Rep. national conv. 1888; elder of First Pres. Ch. 20 yrs.,
S. S. Supt. 13 yrs. ; pres. of Y. M. C. A. ; a masterful man, well in-
formed, honorable, prudent and generous. $+

Caroline Ely (1120,241,22) b. Brighton, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1848; d. B.,
Aug. 1849.

Lorenzo Douglas Ely (1120,241,23) b. Brighton, N. Y., June 24, 1850;
res. Rochester, N, Y. (359 East Av.); farmer and dealer in thorough-
bred stock. $

Cornelia Culver Ely (1120,241,24) b. Brighton, N. Y., Jan. i, 1859;
m. Rochester, N. Y,, Nov. 11, 1895, Howard Augustus Smith [b.
N. Y. C. ; s. of Augustus F. Smith and Lucy Elliot]; res. R. (450
East Av.).

Children of Julia A. Culver (/. 1^6) and J ol in T. Barnuni.

Nathaniel Culver Barnum (1120,244,60) b. Walworth, N. Y., Feb. 26,
1855; m. Apr. 30, 1895; res. Buffalo, N. Y. ; sewer pipe manufac-
turer, f

John Thompson Barnuni (1120,244,61) b. Walworth, N. Y., Mch. 5,
1857 ; m. June 9, 1881 ; res. Minneapolis, Minn. ; trunk manufacturer;
Rensselaer Poly. Inst.f

Children of James B. Cooke {p. 1^6) and Lucretia P. Caulkins.

Mary Elizabeth Cooke (1120,261,10) b. Orwell, Vt., June 28, 1844;
m. O., Nov. 19, 1867, Edson Jas. Higgins [b. Benson, Vt., June 10,
1843; d. St. Clair Co., Mo., Sep. 27, 1882]; res. Chalklevel, Mo.;
teacher and stock raiser; member of Home Guard at B. ; elder in C.
P. ch., Henry Co., Mo.+

Emma Lucretia Cooke (1120,261,11) b. Orwell, Vt., Nov. 7, 1845; d.
Shoreham, Vt., July 26, 1876; m. O., Mch. 25, 1867, Dr. Chas.
Franklin Branch; major. +

Julia Mason Cooke (1120,261,12) b. Orwell, Vt., Sep. 27, 1849; d.
unm. O., Jan. 2 (5), 1883; teacher.

Sarah Allien Cooke (1120,261,13) b. Orwell, Vt., Oct. 13, 1852; m.
O. , May 12, 1869, Chas. Baker Goodrich [b. Benson, Vt. , May ir,
1836; s. of Elizur Goodrich and Maria Baker]; res. B. ; farmer; ist
selectman, J. P. 20 yrs., other offices; 3 yrs. in ist Vt. Cav. +

Eliza Ada Cooke (1120,261,14) b. Orwell, Vt., July 7, 1856; d. unm,
Sep. 25 (30), 1880.

Jessie Blanche Cooke (1120,261,15) b. Orwell, Vt., Jan. i, 1858; d.
O., Jan. 3 (2), 1881; m. O., Sep. 26, 1877, Jas. Hull Thomas [b. O.,
Sep. 25, 1855; s. of Julius Clark Thomas and Mary Ann Hull]; res.
O. ; farmer. +

Ida Bella Cooke (1120,261,16) b. Orwell, Vt., Nov. 18, i860; d. Aug
31 (June 3), 1879; ^ poet of promise.



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Children of Samuel R. Cooke {p. i^6) and Tirzah MeacJiam.

Winifred Emogene Cooke (1120,261,40) b. May 31, 1870; m. Sep. 16,
1890, Stephen Webster Jones, of Brandon, Vt. ; res. B. ; town clerk, f

Frank Plum Cooke (1120,261,41) b. Apr. 9, 1872 ; res. Burlington, Vt.*

Fred Mason Cooke (1120,261,42) b. Apr. 9, 1872; res. Hartford (278
Windsor Av.) ; in clothing business, f

Children of Eliza A. Cooke {p. 1^6) and William E. Royce.

"William Edson Royce (1120,261,60) b. Orwell, Vt., May 17, i86i ; d.
O., May 22, 1 86 1.

Howard Archibald Royce (1120,261,61) b. Orwell, Vt. , May 18, 1863;
m. O., July 10, 1888, Philena Helen Abbey [b. O., Feb. 3, 1867; dau.



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