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9745. ELLA" ABBOTT {same descent as 9743) b. Nov. 14,
1851, Barker, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 15, 1870, Jay Baker. Res., Barker,
N. Y.

They had two children, bom in Barker, N. Y.

13767. + Guyi'i Baker, b. May 16, 1S78; m. Frances Morse.

13768. Grace Baker, b. Aug. 31, 1880; m. Apr. 18, 1901, Eugene Brewer.

No children.

9746. EDITH" ABBOTT {same descent as 9743) b. May 5,
1855, Barker, N. Y. ; m. July 3, 1873, James Pixley. Res., Triangle,
N. Y.

They had eight children.

13769. Charles Pi.-dey, b. Apr. 10, 1875; m. Dee. 25, 1906, Frances

Totten. Mr.Pixley is a farmer in Barker, N. Y.

13770. + Carrie PLdey. b. Jan. 22, 1877; m. Charles Shenvood.
I3771.+Addie Piiley, b. Mar. 19, 1880; m. Ford Eggleston.

13772. Frank Pixley, b. Feb. 12, 1882; m. May 15, 1904, Cora Totten. He
is a farmer in Barker, N. Y.


13773. + James Pixley, Jr., b. Jan. 15, 1884; m. Nora Beardsley.
13774. + Jennie PLsley, b. Nov. 30, 1886; m. Gerald Shaw.

13775. Louis Pixley, b. Dee. 21, 1893.

13776. Lenny Pixley, b. Mar. 21, 1895.

9747. MINNIE' ABBOTT (same descent as 9743) b. Jan.
7, 1866, Barker, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 7, 1886, Dr. Marcus S. Brown, b.
July 4,1863, Cannonsville, N. T. ; d. Dee. 20, 1892, Walton, N. Y :
Res., Walton, N. Y.

They had two children, bom in Afton, N. Y.

13777. Leta A.i" Brown, b. Dec. 4, 1889.

13778. Nelson R. Brown, b. May 27, 1891.

9748. HENRY" SWEETLAND {Elizabeth 5021. Elizabeth

2168, Joseph 943, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) b. July 21. 1843, Triangle, N. Y. ; m. Adelaide Gorton,
b. in Corning, N. Y. Res., Corning, N. Y.

They had two children.

13779. Bellaio Sweetland. b. 1867, Greene, N. Y. ; m. Wilbur Osborne. Four


13780. Raymond Sweetland, b. 1883, Corning, N. Y. Res., Corning, N. Y.

9750. CLARENCE" SWEETLAND {same descent as 9748)
b. July 18, 1849, Triangle, N. Y. : m. (1) Nov. 1, 1871, Rose Terwil-
liger, d. July 26, 1883, Corning, N. Y. : m. (2) Nov. 2, 1893, Emma
Stevens, d. Aug. 20, 1903, Rochester, N. Y.

He had two children by first and three by second marriage.

13781. Hattie Winifred><> Sweetland, b. June 7, 1874. Whitney's Point, X. Y. ;

d. July 8, 1896, Coming, N. Y.

13782. Waity L. Sweetland, b. Nov. 21, 1877, Whitney's Point, N. Y.

13783. Gladys Sweetland, b. Sept. 12, 1894, Corning, N. Y.

13784. Francis Sweetland, b. July 16, 1897, Coming, N. Y.

13785. Theodore Sweetland, b. Sept. 21, 1902, Hartford, N. Y.

9753. JOSEPH CLARK" JOHNSON {Rhoda 5023, Clarice,

2169, Joseph 943, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) b. July 31, 1841. Castile, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 6. 1879,
Nebraska; m. Dee. 5, 1868. Dora Smith of Chicago, 111.

They had one child.

13786. Frankio Johnson, d. at two years of age.


9756. 1L\RY' JOHNSON (same descent as 9753) b. Sept.
13, 1847, Castile. N. Y. ; d. Apr. 27. 1874, Castile, N. Y. ; m. Jan.
2. 1873, John Keeton. b. July 27, 1836, England.

They had one child.
13787. Frederickio Keeton. b. Mar. 20, 1873; m. Oct. 26, 1895, Addie Cockron,
b. Feb. 27, 1S80, Luna, O.

9757. :^IARY ELIZA' JOHNSON {same descent as 9733) b.
Sept. 9, 1853, Castile, N. Y. : d. in Castile, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 3, 1877,
John Keeton. her brother-in-law. Res., Perry, N. Y.

They had one child.

13788.+Charlesio Keeton, b. Aug. 17, 1879; m. Evelyn Tuck.

9758. HENRY CLARK" SANFORD {Henry 5024, Clarke
2169, Joseph 943, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) b. Aug. 9, 1843, Atlas, Mich.; m. Dec. 31, 1872, Helen
Sweet, b. Nov. 29, 1848, Burton, Mich. Res., Atlas, Mich.

They had four children, all bom in Atlas, Mich.
137S9.+Ernest^ b. Jan. 1, 1875; m. Anna Clark.
13790. -f Fred A., b. July 20, 1877; m. Katberine Dufhin.

13791. Henry C, b. July 24, 1884.

13792. Lester, b. Aug. 11, 1890.

9761. WILLIAM B.» SANFORD {same descent as 9758) b.
July 1, 1850, Atlas, Mich.: m. (1) Apr. 6, 1875, Belle Brosier. b.
Mar. 8, 1856, Williamsville, N. Y. ; d. June 8, 1897, Atlas, ilich.;
m. (2) July 4, 1900. ilaud Archer, b. July 18, 1878. in Kansas.
Res., Atlas, Mich.

He had three children by first and two by second marriage,
all except Nellie bom in Atlas, Mich.

13793. Clarenceio, b. May, 1876; unm. Res., San Francisco, Cal.
13794.-1- Elmore, b, Aug., 1880; m. Eathol Maloney.

13795. -I-Cora. b. Mar 7, 1886; m. Henry Long.

13796. Nellie, b. May, 1901, Holley, Mich.

13797. Charles C. b. June 27, 19U6.

9763. JAMES MUNROE" SANFORD {same descent as
9758) b. Sept. 16, 1854, Atlas, Mich. ; m. Nov. 31. 1879, Ella Hor-
ton, b. July 7, 1855, Ortonville, Mich.; d. Jan. 10, 1904, Holley.
Mich. Family residence, Holley, Mich.

They had two children, born in Ortonville, ilieh.

13798. George S.i". b. July 19, 1882; d. Apr. 2, 1901, Holley, Mich.

13799. Earl D., b. Oct. 15, 1883.


9764. FRANCIS J.' SAXFORD {same descent as 9758) b.
Feb. 12, 1860, Atlas, Mich.; m. (1) Dec. 1, 1880, Susie Laselle, b.
Feb., 1860, Atlas, Mich.; m. (2) Sept., 1901, Nell Pailthrope of
Detroit, Mich.

They had four children, all bom in Atlas, Mich.

13800. Etheli", b. Apr. .30, 1882; d. May, 1900, Atlas, Mich.

13801. Emmet, b. Mar. 31, 1886. Res., Flint, Mich.

13802. Edith, b. Oct. 15, 1889. Res., Flint, Mich.

13803. Eva, b. June 6, 1894. Res., FUnt, Mich.

9765. JUNIUS T.» SANFORD {James 5025, Clarke 2169,
Joseph 943, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) b. Aug. 1, 1848, Atlas, Mich.; m. Feb. 26, 1873, Matilda
Hamilton, b. Sept. 26, 1846, Goodrich, Mich.; d. Jan. 30, 1902,
Mayville, Mich. Res., ilaj-ville, Mich.

They had three children.

13804.+Hattie, b. Mar. 23, 1874; m. E. B. Spencer.
I3805.+Floyd J., b. Sept. 11, 1880; m. Daisy Foltz.
13806. + Anua E., b. Aug. 20, 1884; m. Irving Thayer.

9767. WILLIAM SiLlLLWOOD° SANFORD {same descent
as 9765) b. Aug. 19, 1865, Castile, N. Y.; m. Mar. 7, 1888, Marion
T. Knight, b. Jan. 15, 1866, Greece, N. Y.

Mr. Sanford was born on the old homestead in the town of
Castile, N. Y., where his grandfather, Clark Sanford, settled in
about 1816, and which he occupies and owns. He was educated
at the High School in Perry, N. Y., and while his life has been
largely devoted to farming, in which he has been quite successful,
he has kept himself well advised and posted in all current events.
Though not a politician he has ever striven for cleaner methods
and honest administration of public affairs.

In the fall of 1899. he was elected Sheriff of Wyoming County
by a large majority, which position he held with credit for three
years from January 1, 1900. He is a trustee of the First Methodist
Episcopal Church of Perry and was one of the building committee
in the erection of its .$40,000 church, which was dedicated Sept. 1,
1907. Res. Perry, N. Y.

They had two children.

13807. Theodora Isabellaio, b. Mar. 11, 1900, Warsaw, N. Y.

13808. William Seymour, b. Feb. 12, 1904, Castile, N. Y.


as 9765) b. Jan. 8, 1871, Castile, N. Y. ; d. July 22, 1907, Flint,
Mieh. ; m. Aug. 18, 1893, D. Edward Foskette, b. in Warsaw, N. Y.
Res. Chicago, 111.

I\rrs. Foskette was a daughter of James S. and Harriet San-
ford and was born at the old Sanford homestead in the town of

After attending the district school she studied at Perry High
School and was graduated with the class of 1899. She then went
to Chicago and entered one of the city schools, from which she
was graduated about two years later. She accepted a position as
teacher in one of the schools of Chicago and held it for a period of
more than ten years, or until her marriage.

When taken ill she was visiting relatives at Flint, Mich., on
her way east for her annual visit at the old homestead.

They had two children, bom in Chicago, 111.

13809. Ruthio Foskette, b. Aug. 26, 1S94.

13810. Abner Winslow Foskette, b. Aug. 25, 1904.

9770. MARIA' SANFORD {Junius 5026, Clarke, 2169,
Joseph 943, Jonah 397, Joseph 136. Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Tho-mas 1) b. 1851, Atlas, Mich.; d. 1895, Lansing, Mich.; m. Wil-
liam O'Connor, b. 1844; d. Mar., 1906.

They had three children.

13811. Lizzieio O 'Conner, b. Bay City, Mich.

13812. Junius 'Conner, b. Bay City, Mich.

13813. Harriet 'Conner, b. Lansing, Mich.

9772. SEYMOLTl' SANFORD {same descent as 9770) b.
1860, Atias, Mieh. ; m. Hattie Qirson, b. 1860. R«s., Omer, Mich.
They had nine children

13814. Pearlio, b. 1887.

13815. Edith, b. 1890.

13816. George, b. 1891.

13817. Samuel, b. 1893.

13818. Marie, b. 1895.

13819. Seymour, b. 1898.

13820. Mildred, b. 1900.

13821. Junius, b. 1903.

13822. Hattie, b. 1905.


9773. ELLA M.» SANFORD {Erwin 5028, Freeman 2170,
Joseph 943, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6.
Thomas 1) b. Jan. 23, 1852 ; d. Jiily 24, 1904, Afton, N. Y. ; m. May
6, 1S75, Asa B. Pixley, b. Mar. 9, 1852. Res., Afton, N. Y.

They had five children, all bom in Afton, N. Y.

13823. Erwin Sanfordio Pixley, b. Mar. 27, 1876. E<?s., Frankfort, N. Y.

13824. Leland Freeman Pixley, b. Feb. 5, 1878. Res., Cedar Rapids. la.

13825. Alba Rea Pixley, b. Feb. 25, 1881; d. Mar. 28, 1884.
13826.+Asa Raymond Pixley, b. July 17, 1885; m. Clara Fisher.

13827. Albert B. Pixley, b. Aug. 9, 1887.

9775. GEORGE H.' SANFORD {same descent as 9773) b.
Sept. 12, 1860, Castile, N. Y. : m. June 21, 1879, Harriet Strouse, b.
Mar. 4, 1862, Dansville, N. Y. Mr. Sanford is keeper of Hotel
Perry at Perry, N. Y.

They had five children

13828. Annaio, b. Oct. 18, 1881, Castile, N. Y.

13829. Bessie, b. .Jan. 27, 1884, Castile, N. Y. ; m. .Tune 14, 1904, Selah

Marten, b. 1883, Moscow, N. Y. Res., N. Y. City.

13830. Howard, b. Mar. 27, 1888. Perry, N. Y.

13831. Page, b. Mar. 1, 1890, Perry, N Y.

13832. Ella, b. Mar. 24, 1892, Perry, N. Y.

9778. FRANKLIN SAMUEL' HOLLEY {Juliette 5046,
Daniel 2176, Benjamin, 944, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35.
Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Mar. 18, 1^43, Cornwall, Vt. ; m. Nov.
30, 1873, Jennie :\raynard. b. Aug. 11, 1858, North Hudson, N. Y.
Res., Stockton, Cal.

Mr. Holley has invented means and parts whereby the great
harvesting machines which cut the grain, thresh it, clean it and
sack it as the machine passes through the field, may and will adapt
itself to uneven ground and even side hills. Until his invention
they could not work on uneven ground.

His tilling or levelling device is worked automatically by the
power moving the machine. These machines are so enormous that
from eighteen to twenty-four horses are used, six abreast. The cut
or swath of the machine is sixteen feet and a day's work about
twenty-five acres. Four men. including the driver are employed
with the machine.

For an account of ^Ir. Holley "s war record see Ozias Sanford


They had two children.

13833. Stanleyio Holler, b. Feb. 15, 1881, Middlebury, Vt.

13834. Frank Maynard Holley, b. Apr. 9, 1889, Stockton, Cal.

9779. JULIA ELIZA' HOLLEY (same descent as 9778) b.
Jan. 11, 1849, Cornwall, Vt. : d. Nov. 8, 1886 Rutland, Vt. ; m. Oct.
14, 1S73, William F. Lewis, b. Dec. 23, 1S43, Shoreham, Vt. ; d.
Dec. 7, 1906, N. Y. C.

ilr. Lewis served in Co. K, 1st Vermont Cavalry for term of
his enlistment in the Civil War. After the war he was a merchant
at Brandon. Vt. ; Assistant Superintendent of the Howe Scale Co..
at Rutland, then manasrer of the P. E. Chase Mfg. Co., of the same
place, then treasurer of the Howe Scale Co., of N. Y. C, which he
held till his death. He was a 32nd degree Mason, held nearly all
the head positions in the order in his state, was held in the highest
esteem by the Masonic Fraternity and all who knew him for his
genial, manly and noble qualities, both of head and heart.

They had three children.

13835. .\rthur Sanford'O Lewis, b. Mar. 27, 1875, Brandon, Vt. : m. Apr. 16.

1903, Edyth Harris, of Annondale, N. Y. He is an Episcopal
Bector, in Johnstown, Pa.

13836. WiU Holley Lewis, b. Nov. 6, 1876, Brandon, Vt.; m. Oct. 17, 1896,

Mary Hilliard, of Rutland, Vt. Res., Worcester, Mass.

13837. Eleanor Lewis, b. Oct. 20, 1886, Rutland, Vt. Res., Ticonderoga,

N. Y., with her aunt, Mrs. Cora

9780. CORA ANTOINETTE" HOLLEY (same descent as
977S) h. Aug. 3, 1859, Cornwall, Vt. ; m. June 17, 1885, Dr. Edwin
Franklin Preston, b. Mar. 4, 1857, Burlington, Vt. ; d. Apr. 26.
1905, Ticonderoga. N. Y. She resides in Manlius, N. Y.

Mrs. Preston is a genial, bright, apt woman, full of health and
cheer, and excels in her social and entertaining qualities. 'She is
considerable of an artist, to which work both in oil and water
colors she has given a good deal of time and study.

Mr. Preston was two years in Middlebury College, graduated
in medicine from the University of Vermont, practiced two years
at New Haven, Vt., and ten years in Brandon, Vt. : and from 1897
till his death in Ticonderoga. N. Y., where he was Health Officer
for six years. He was also superintendent of Public School in
New Haven and Brandon.

They had one child.

Truman Holleyi" Preston, b. .July 21. ISSS, Brandon, Vt. Is
Junior in Svracuse University.



9782. LETTIE ELIZA^ SANFORD {Benjamin 5047, Daniel
2176, Benjamin 944, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) b. May 11, 1855. Cornwall, Vt. ; m. May 6, 1878, Julius
R. Trouslot, b. July 25, 1853. Mr. Trouslot is treasurer of the
Railroad Loan and Savings Co. Res., Newton, Kan.

They had three children.

13839. + Frank Calvin lo Trouslot, b. July 4, 1879; m. Laura Caveny.

13840. Winnie Ellen Trouslot, b. May 12, 1881, Newton, Kan.; m. Dec. 17,

1902, Albert Sawyer. Res., Newton, Kan.

13841. Julius C. Trouslot, b. Feb. 4, 1888, Newton, Kan. Is in the regular

army located at Fort Hancock, N. J.

9784. SAEAH ELIZA' SANFORD {Horatio 5048, Daniel
2176, Benjamin 944, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) b. Mar. 29, 1857, Cornwall, Vt. ; m. Dee. 13, 1876, Chas.
H. Lane, b. Jan. 14, 1853, ComwaU, Vt.

Mrs. Lane secured a good education at schools in Burlington
and other places, after which she taught school for some time.
She is now Superintendent of Schools for the town of Cornwall
Mrs. Lane is a bright, genial and most hospitable woman. She is
also a woman of considerable strength of purpose and executive
ability. Res., Cornwall, Vt.

To her the author is indebted for the task of gathering the
data of six of the children of Ben,]'amin Sanford, which he heartily

They had four children, all born in Cornwall, Vt.
13842. +Estelle Danai" Lane, b. Mar. 3, 1878; m. Charles WithereU.

13843. Jessie Antoinette Lane, b. July 21, 1880.

13844. Sanford Henry Lane, b. Sept. 10, 1882; m. Nov. 2, 1910, Mabel

Georgiana, dau. of George Ernest Constantine. Mr. Lane is
with the American Bank Note Co., N. Y. City.

13845. Sarah Marguerite Lane, b. Aug. 6, 1887. Student in Pratt Institute,

Brooklyn, N. Y.

9788. EMMA" HILL {Edmund 5052, Permelia 2177, Benja-
min 944, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1)
m. Sept. 29, 1864, John Lewis. Res., Buffalo, N. Y.

They had five children.

13846. Mary Catherineio Lewis, b. July 8, 1865; d. Jan. 8, 1866.

13847. Grace Elizabeth Lewis, b. Aug. 28, 1867.

1384S. John R. Lewis, b. Nov. 6, 1869; d. Nov. 6, 1869.
13849.+Catherine Eliza Lewis, b Mar. 23, 1872; m. Charles Seabert.
13850. Beulah Fletcher Lewis, b. May 31, 1874. Res., Buffalo, N. Y.


9790. CAPT. HENRY T.» SANPORD {Eennj 5061, Jonah
2178, Benjamin 944 Jonah .397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) b. Apr. 13, 1840, Hopkinton, N. Y. ; d. July 16, 1897,
Albany, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 14, 1867, Louise A. Brewster, b. Apr. 16,'
1841. Her res., Albany, N. Y.

Early in 1861, under the first call for troops, when attending
the old St. Lawrence Academy at Potsdam, N. Y., he enlisted in
Co. F, 16th Regiment, was made Orderly Sergeant, then Second
Lieut, First Lieut, and Captain. He was in the battles of Bull
Run, Fredericksburg, Fairfax Court House, West Point, IMechan-
iesville, Gaines Mills and other minor engagements.

After his two years' service he went to California and to
mining fields by the way of Cape Horn. Not striking a rich vein
in the course of two years or so, he returned in a caravan across
the western plains, of which he was elected Commander.

For a few years after his return he had the management of
the Union Store at Nicholville, N. Y., when he began the study of
law, took his degree from the Albany Law School and settled in
Albany for the practice, which he did till his death.

He was a good speaker, had a strong, rich voice, fine presence
and considerable magnetism. He was over six feet in height, fine
physique, and in later years weighed over two hundred and fifty
pounds, giving him a striking appearance on the street or rostrum.

They had five children.

13851. Carrie, b. Aug. 27, 1868; d. Oct. 17, 1878, Nicholville, N. Y.
13S52. Roscoe Conklin, b. July 10, 1870; m. Maud Graveline of Albany, N. Y.

He is an attorney in Albany, N. Y.
13S53.+Waldo H., b. Sept. 3, 1872; m. Hannah HamUn.
13854.+RoUin B., b. May IS, 1874; m. Harriet Keeler.
13855. Abigail C, b. Aug. 19, 1878; m. Oct. 10, 1907, Wyatt Swift Doremus

of Schaghticoke, N. Y. He has charge of electrical construction

work in Chili, S. A.

9791. ERASMUS JONAH" SANFORD [same descent as
9790) b. May 13, 1842, Hopkinton, N. Y. : m. Apr. 19, 186.5, Sarah
A. Bibbins.

Mr. Sanford enlisted in Co. F, 16th Regiment. June 24, 1861,
and was honorably discharged May 22, 1863. He was wounded at
Gaines Mills Jime 27, 1862, losing third and fourth fingers of left
hand. For some years after the war he followed blacksmithing at
Nicholville, N. Y. He invented a sickle bar for mowing machines
which brought him quite a reward. Since then he has given his


time mostly to real estate dealing, and quite successfully. Res.,
NicholviUe, N. Y.

They had one child.

13856. Ira A.i», b. June 9, 1877, Nieholville, N. T. ; m. Mary Garvey. Res.,
NicholviUe, N. Y.

9792. EDWIN D.» SANFORD (same descent as 9790) b.
Jan. 24, 184.5, HopMnton, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 26, 1866, Lydia A. Pratt,
b. May 28, 1842. He enlisted Aug. 8, 1864, in Co. E, 61st Regiment
N. Y. Vol. Was discharged July 14, 1865. Wounded at Ream's
Station. On his discharge he settled at Nieholville, N. Y., where
he has since conducted a blacksmith business. By sagacity and
business thrift he has prospered and given his sis children a full

They had six children, all born in Nieholville, N. Y.
13857. + Edwin W.i», b. May 4, 1867; m. Eveline Thomas.
13858. Velma Adelphia, b. Nov. 25, 1868; m. June 9, 1908, Norman Eobert

McKinn, of Lawrence, N. Y. Ees., Lawrence, N. Y.
13859. ^Frank B., b. May 12, 1871; m. Mildred Frauton.
13860.+Si]as Judson, b. Sept. 26, 1874; m. Bertha Smith.

13861. Jennie Christia, b. Oct. 5, 1876; m. Oct. 4, 1907, George M. Carter,

of MorrisviUe, Vt. Mrs. Carter is a graduate of the State Normal
School, of Potsdam, N. Y.

13862. Eugene Boardman, b. June 22, 1878 ; m. Apr. 4, 1910, Emma Evelyn,

dau. of Mrs. Margaret Foil, of Albany, N. Y. He is a graduate of
the Potsdara State Normal School. Was a teacher in the Philip-
pines three years. Received the degree of L.L. B. from the Albany
Law School in 1906 and is now practicing attorney in Albany,
N. Y.

9793. DARWIN E.» SANFORD {same descent as 9790) b.
Nov. 17, 1847, HopMnton, N. Y. ; m. Dee. 25, 1873, Julia Lary, b.
June 15, 1849. Mr. Sanford served as Orderly Sergeant in Co. F,
19:3rd Regiment. On receiving his discharge he followed farming
for some years, then conducting creameries, first at Nieholville
and later at Summit, N. Y. Is a bright, genial, social man. Res.,
Coble-skill, N. Y.

They had four children, all born in NicholviUe, N. Y.

13863. Harrison Darwinio, b. Nov. 14, 1877; m. June 20, 1908, Florence

Juanita, dau. of Charles Listman, of Syracuse, N. Y. Is a
graduate of Syracuse University.

13864. Scott W., b. Apr. 13, 1S85.

13865. Jonah, b. Dec. 10, 1887; accidently killed Sept. 9, 1907, at Schenec-

tady, N. Y.

13866. Erwin, b. May 10, 1889.

No. 9790


9795. CALISTA P. C." SANFORD {same descent as 9790)
b. Dec. 10. 1852, Lawrence, N. Y.; d. Nov. 17, 1909, Belleville,
N. J.: m. (1) Jan. 1. 1877, Eugene C. Moses, b. June 3, 1849; d.
Sept. 5, 1877; m. (2) Frank L. Chandler, b. Jan. 19, l>j56. Res.,
Newark, N. J.

She had two children by second marriage.

13S67. Rose Ellaio Chandler, b. June 27, 1885; d. June 10, 1898, Newark
N. J.

13868. Grace C. Chandler, b. Mar. 17, 1889, Newark, N. J.

9796. CHARLES A.» SANFORD {same descent as 9790)
b. Jan. 29, 1855, Lawrence, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 11, 1876, Mattie L.
Goodale, b. Oct. 18, 1852. Mr. Sanford is a farmer. Res., Nichol-
ville, N. Y.

They had one chid.

13869. C. Ralphio, b. May 27, 1893, NicholviUe, N. Y.

9797. ANNA C.» SANFORD {same descent as 9790) b. Nov.
11, 1857, Lawrence, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 1, 1877, Azro M. Giles, b. Aug.
23, 1850. Res., Dickinson, N. Y.

They had two children, bom in Dickinson, N Y.

13870. Melbourne Giles, b. July 25, 1879.

13S71. Livonia E. Giles, b. Apr. 22, 1885; m. Sept. 15, 1910, Clyde Augus-
tus McEweu of Lawrence, N. T.

9802. ABBIE S.» BROOKS {Permelia 5062, Jonah 2178,
Benjamin 944, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) b. July 19, 1850, Parishville, N. Y.; d. Apr. 21, 1906,
Somerville, Mass.; m. Oct. .30, 1877, William S. Landers, b. Jan.
8, 1849 ; d. Oct. 14, 1881. Her residence was Potsdam, N. Y.

Mrs. Landers was a woman of medium height but very stocky
in her later years. She was an exceedingly bright person, most
genial and hospitable, ready and quick at repartee, ambitious and
confident, with almost marvelous powers of conversation. She
sang well in early and middle life, in churches and on public
occasions. She was the life and spirit of every party or gathering
into which she entered. She practically gave her life to sociability,
hospitality and entertainment. Her home was a great center.
Her love for, loyalty and devotion to, her daughter equaled any-
thing in life or fiction. Its intensity was supreme, constant and
surely beautiful. Her death came quite suddenly while on a visit
to her cousin, Mrs. Alice C. Shepard, in Somerville, Mass.


They had two children.

13872. Sonio, b. Oct. 25, 1879, Potsdam, N. Y. ; d. in two days.

13873. + Margaret B. Landers, b. June 16, 1881; m. Dr. Hugh Grant.

9808. HERBERT JONAH' SANFORD {Jonah 5063, Jonah
217S. Benjamin 914, Janah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35, Ephraim
6. Thomas 1) b. Apr. 1, 1861, Hopkinton, N. Y. ; m. June 28, 1882,
Bertha Olivia, dau. of Variek A. and Charlotte (Risdon) Chitten-
den, b. Mar. 21, 1862, Hopkinton, N. T. She is a very industrious
woman, a good house and home-keeper, and both loyal and devoted
to her home and "family.

Mr. Sanford lived in Parishville, N. Y. up to 1903, as mer-
chant, then went to Potsdam, N. Y. In his youth he attended
district school and Lawrenceville Academy. On becoming of age,
he carried on his father's farm for a year. In November, 1883,
he became a member of the firm of Clark, Sanford and Co., at
Parishville, N. Y., where he had charge of the mercantile part of
their business for three years, when the firm was dissolved, he
retaining the mercantile part, which he sucessfully conducted till
the fall of 1905, when he sold out. In 1903, he removed to Pots-
dam, where he soon went into the feed and coal business, which
he is still most successfully conducting. He is a Director in the
People's Bank, Trustee of the Village, Director in The Potsdam
Mfg. and Clothing Co., President of the Business Men's Associa-
tion, member of the Presbyterian Church, and a highly respected
and successful citizen.

They had four children, all born in Parishville. N. Y.. who are
Sanfords on both sides (see 991).

13874. Sonio, b. July 15, 1884; d. Sept. 6, 1884, Parishville. N. Y.

13875. Alice E., b. Dec. 23, 1887.

13876. Floyd H., h. Jan. 5, 1891; d. Oct. 6, 1891, Parishville, N. Y.
i:';S77. Variek Eisdon, b. Feb. 2, 1898.

9810. PERMELIA CLARINDA' PRIEST {Celestia 5067,
Jonah 2178. Benjamin 944, Jonah 397, Joseph 136, Samuel 35,
Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Aug. 10, 1859, Taylorville, 111.: m. Aug.
15, 1880, Clarence M. Goodell. Res., Utica. Montana.

They had five children.

13878. Homer Thomasio Goodell, b. Nov. 18, 1882.

13879. Ruby Alice Goodell. b. Apr. 26, 1885.

13880. Garnet A. Goodell, b. Aug. 12, 1892.

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