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His children were born there.

Edmund Newton was a soldier of the Revolution. His name appears on the
Revolutionary rolls, as follows: "Edmund Newton. Southborough. Private in
Captain Josiah Fay's Company of Minute-men, and Militia, which marched on
Alarm April 19, 1775. Service sixteen days."

In the First United States Census, 1790, Edmund Newton of Gerry (later
Phillipston) was the head of a family there, consisting of, besides himself, three
males under sixteen years, and four females.

He died without a will and his estate was administered in Phillipston in 1816.
The number of case in Probate is No. 43,110.

CHILDREN.

5332. i. Anna C. 8 , b. Sept. 24, 1776 ; d. at Templeton, Sept. 25 or 26, 1812. aged 36.

G. S. at Templeton; m. at Phillipston. March 10. 1803. John Greenwood
of Winchenden. He m. (2) in Northborough, Feb. 22, 1814, Hannah
Babcock.

5333. tii. Charles 6 , b. May 24, 1779 ; m. Nabby Bruce.

5334. iii. Nabby 6 , b. Sept. 7, 1781; d. ; m. at Phillipston, Dec. 21, 1806,

Edward Spaulding, son of Phineas, Jr., and Elizabeth (Bailey) Spaulding
of Jaffrey, N. H., where he was born Oct. 19, 1781.

5335. tiv. Thomas , b. Dec. 5, 1783 ; m. Rebecca Turner.

5336. v. Artemas 6 , b. Jan. 19, 1786 ; d. Aug. 13, 1825, aged 39.

5337. vi. Sally 8 , b. April 9, 1788; d. ; m. at Phillipston, June 1, 1807, Suel

Whitcomb of Templeton. They resided in Templeton. Their children born
there, were :

1. Almira Burton" Whitcomb, b. Nov. 11, 1807.

2. SueV IWiitcomb. b. May 18. 1809.

3. Anna Greenwood 7 Whitcomb, b. Dec. 31, 1810.

4. Edmund Newton 1 Whitcomb, b. Jan. 6, 1813.

5. SueV W/nfcomb, b. ; bapt. Sept. 29. 1816. C, R. (who may be the

same as the one above, or another child I .

5338. tvii. Edmund 6 , Jr., b. Sept. 1, 1790; m. Polly Ward.

5339. tviii. Lemuel 6 , b. Feb. 13, 1793 ; m. Susannah Manning.

5340. ix. Jeremiah 6 , b. May 6, 1795; d. Feb. 24, 1824, aged 29. His estate was

administered in 1824 at Phillipston without a will. No. 43231.

5341. tx. William Ward 6 , b. 27, 1797 ; m. Lydia Rich.

4987. WINSLOW NEWTON 5 (Lemuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of

Lemuel and Abigail ( ) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was born there

April 9, 1756.

He married at Hopkinton, Mass., September 3, 1777 [C. R.], Anna Bemis.
I suppose she was daughter of Elisha 4 and Lucy (Ellton) Bemis* of Watertown



•Joseph Bemis 1 (immigrant), b. 1619, was in Watertown as early as 1640; selectman.
1648, 1672. 1675 : and died 1684 ; will proved 1684 ; wf. Sarah administratrix. She d. about
1712. Nine children. The youngest was



BRANCH OF DANIEL 509

and Southborough, whose brother, Elisha Bemis, Jr., married a sister of Winslow
Newton.

Mr. Newton resided in Southborough, Mass. His children were born there.
No death in his family is recorded at Southborough up to 1850, or other men-
tion of his family.

Winslow Newton of Southborough is given in the First United States Census,
1790, as being the head of a family there, consisting of himself and one female.
And he is the only Winslow Newton mentioned in that census, throughout the
United States. Why were the children not numbered? Six of them were born
prior to that year and all were minors.

There is no Probate settlement of his estate in Worcester or Middlesex
counties.

Winslow Newton was a soldier of the Kevolution. The Massachusetts Archives
show his name on the Revolutionary rolls in the following services: "Winslow
Newton of Southborough on A Muster Roll of Capt. Elijah Bellows' Company
in the Colony Service marched on the Alarm April 19, 1775, travelled 48 miles,
served 4 days." [His uncle Samuel, Jr., in same service.]

"Winslow Newton of Southborough, Private, on a Pay Roll of Capt. Manassah
Sawyer's Company in Col. Nicholas Dikes Regiment for travel from their
respective towns to Dorchester Heights, by virtue of an Order in Council Septem-
ber 13, 1776. Service from September 1, 1776 to December 1, 1776. Also

"Winslow Newton of Southborough, Private, on A Muster Roll of Capt. Moses
Harrington's Company, in Col. Dikes' regiment, dated December, 1776 — Feb.

1777. Dec. 1, ." [No service given for him; but for his uncle, Samuel,

Jr., is given, "enlisted Dec. 24, 1776 to serve until March 1, 1777"; his father
also in this service.] "Also,

"Winslow Newton 'of Framingham,' Private, on 'A true and exact Muster
Roll of Capt. Staples Chamberlain's Company in Col. Dean's regiment of Militia,
Holliston company, that marched to Tiverton, Rhode Island, by order of his
Excellency John Hancock, Esq., March 7, 1781, served eleven days, travel home,
60 miles.' "

CHILDREN.

Jeduthan 8 , b. Dec. 2, 1778.
Sarah", b. May 26, 1781.
Windsor", b. June 11,. 1783.
Ivah 8 , b. Aug. 19, 1784; m. Sarab Rugg.
Phineas 6 , b. July 29, 1786.
Hollis 6 , b. April 20, 1788.
vii. Anna 6 , b. May 9, 1790.

John- Bemis 2 , b. Aug. 1659 ; d. 1732 ; res. Watertown ; m. three times ; first wife was
Mary Harrington (dau. of Robert 1 ), b. 1664; d. 1716, and had fourteen children. The fourth
child was

John Bemis 3 , Jr., b. Oct. 6, 1686 ; d. before 1769 (when his wid. m. .losiah Smith) ; m.
(1) 1710, Hannah Warren (dau. of Daniel 3 , Jr.), b. 1691; d. before 1713, when he m. (2)
Anna Livermore (dau. Samuel). One child by first wife; eleven by second wife, of whom
the seventh was

Elisha Bemis 4 , Sr.. b. March 20, 1726, at Watertown ; d. Oct. 28, 1807, aged 80', at
Southborough ; m. (1) at Waltham, Feb. 15, 1749, Lucy Ellton, whose parentage is not
known. She was adopted by John Cutler of Lexington, and was born April 15. 1731 and

bapt. Sept. 29, 1734. " . wf. of Elisha" died at Southborough, Oct. 31, 1791. C. R.

One of their children was Elisha 6 , Jr., b. 1754, who m. Anna Xcicton, Dec. 2, 1777, in Hop-
kinton ; and I suppose another was Anna s , who m. at Hopkinton, Sept. 3, 1777. ~\Yinslow
Xew1on.

Elisha Bemis 4 , Sr., m. (2) at Southborough, Nov. 14, 1793, Susannah Buck, who sur-
vived him and d. in Southborough, his wid., June 11, 1830, aged 84. C. R.

Elijah Bemis 8 (s. Elisha, Jr. 6 ) m. at Southborough, 1805, Sally Wilson, and had Eli-
jah 7 , Jr., b. there 1815, who m. (1) Susan Este Newton 7 (dau. of Benj. 8 , Josiah 6 , Gid.*).
She d. 1845, and he m. (2) Julia Ann Newton 8 (dau. Lincoln 7 , Caleb 8 , Ezra 8 ).



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570 NEWTON GENEALOGY

5011. ASAHEL NEWTON 5 (Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of
Samuel, Jr., and Mary (Morse) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was born there
June 15, 1749, and died — .

He married at Southborough, March 29, 1770, Mary Morse, daughter of Obe-
diah and Mercy (Walker) Morse* of Sherborn, Mass., where she was born
August 31, 1747.

Mr. Newton resided in Warwick, Mass.

Asahel Newton was a soldier of the Revolution. He joined a company of
minutemen at Warwick, as private in Capt. Eldad Wright's Company, Col. Sam-
uel Williams' regiment The Company marched April 20, 1775, from North-
field and Warwick to Cambridge, served fourteen days. Also, Capt. Abner
Cranson's Company, Col. Whitcomb's regiment, camp at Prospect Hill; also
served enlistments in several other companies and regiments, the last discharge
was when serving in Col. William Williams' regiment in the Northern Army,
October 18, 1777 (148 miles), travel home. Also.

"Asahel Newton. Southborough. Private in Capt. Josiah Fay's Company,
Col. Jonathan Ward's regiment (the 32d), enlisted April 24, 1775, mustered
August 1, 1775, company return dated Dorchester October 7, 1775.

"Asahel Newton, and others of Capt. Josiah Fay's Company, Col. Ward's
regiment ; order for advance pay, dated June 13, 1775."

When you remember that the "Minutemen" were not soldiers — were not
enlisted men, but only local companies, there will seem no discrepancies in the
above dates of service. / think the service is by the same man — which may not
be the fact, however.

CHILDREN.

5349. i. Levinaii 6 , b. June 14, 1772.

5350. ii. Elisiia", b. Nov. 25, 177G.

5351. iii. Jeduthan , b. Jan. 22, 1779.

5352. iv. Asahel , b. Aug. 29, 1780.

5353. v. Mary , b. Aug. 2G, 1783.



5032. HENRY NEWTON 5 (Richard 4 , Nathaniel 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son
of Richard and Martha (Pike) Newton of Marlborough-Southborough, Mass.,
was born at Southborough, May 7, 1755.

He married Rhoda .

Henry Newton was a soldier of the Revolution. Abstract of service: "Henry
Newton. Southborough. Private in Capt. Joseph Fay's company of Minute-men
and Militia, marched on Alarm April 19, 1775, service sixteen days. Also,

"Henry Newton in Capt. Asa Rice's Company, Col. Job Cushing's regiment,
marched July 27, 1777, discharged, August 29, 1777, Company ordered to Man-
chester on Alarm and was discharged at Bennington, roll dated at Shrewsbury.
Also,

"Henry Newton in Capt. Ephraim Lyons' Company, twenty-one days service in
1778 at Rhode Island."

Henry Newton and wife "Rodah" had one son born in Southborough. No
Henry Newton is enumerated as head of a family in New England in the
United States Census, 1790.

CHILD.

5354. i. Teter , b. Sept. 7, 1781.

• Obediah Mousk 5 (son of Daniel 4 and Susannah (Holbrook) Morse), b. Sherborn, 1704;
d. there 1753; res. there; m. 1728, in Sudbury, Mercy, dau. of Wm. and Sarah (Goodnow)
Walker. They had ten children. Mary, the youngest, m. Asahel Newton. The fifth, Bena-
jah Morse, m. a granddaughter of Ruth Newton, who m. Henry Eames.

Daniel Morse 4 , son of Daniel 3 (Daniel 2 , Samuel 1 ), of Sherborn.

See note to Samuel Newton 4 , Jr., for several more Morse-Newton marriages.



BRANCH OF DANIEL 571



SIXTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN

5070. HAVEN NEWTON 6 (Ezekiel 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Sr., Daniel 3 , Daniel 2 , Rich-
ard 1 ), son of Ezekiel and Tabitha ( ) Newton of Marlborough, Southbor-

ough, Northborough, and Bolton, Mass., was born at Marlborough, December
29, 1773. He died at Bolton, April 24, 1847 [P. R], 1846 T. R., aged 73. Heart
disease. Burial at Bolton.

He married at Bolton, December 22, 1799, Betsey Longley, daughter of Nathan-
iel and Keziah (Fairbanks) Longley* of Bolton, where she was born June 18,
1792. She died at Bolton, "July 18, 1840, aged 58." G. S.

Haven Newton was a tailor in Bolton, Mass., where he lived continuously after
his marriage, where all of his children were born, and where he carried on his
business. His estate was administered at Bolton in 1851. There was no will.



CHILDREN.

5355. i. Eliza 7 , b. March 31, 1801 ; d. March 11, 1804, aged 3 yrs.

5356. ii. Mary Ann 7 , b.. Sept. 27, 1802; d. ; m. at Bolton, Jan. 19, 1826,

Jarvis Whitcomb. They had two daughters :

5364. 1. Ann Elizabeth 8 Whitcomb, b. Oct. 8, 1826, at Bolton ; m. Moses Brickett

of Saratoga, N. Y. They had a daughter with whom Mrs. Brickett, a
widow, was living, in Oakland, Calif., at last report of her. Child :

5366. 1. Julia 9 Brickett, b. ; m. Bacon, and had children.

5365. 2. Charlotte 8 Whitcomb, b. ; d. at Worcester; m. Charles Follansbee

of Peterboro, N. H. They had a son :

5367. 1. Fred 9 Follansbee, b. ; in 1907 of Lancaster, Mass., conductor

on the Worcester & Nashua branch of the Boston & Maine R. R.

5357. iii. Adeline Eliza 7 , b. April 23, 1804 ; d. Oct. .29, 1858, aged 54 ; m. at Bolton,

March 25, 1824, Samuel S. Leonard. He was a hatter in Bolton. Later
he went to Keene, N. H., and thence to Worcester, Mass., where he
remained and engaged in the express business between Worcester and
Boston, the "Leonard's Express," afterwards bought out by the Adams
Express Co. He was blind during his last years. Children were :

5368. 1. Samuel H. 8 Leonard, b. , at Bolton ; d. at West Newton, Mass. He

was in the express business with his father, until the Civil War, when
he joined the army and served three years. He was colonel of the
Thirteenth Massachusetts Regiment. He married and had sons :

5371. 1. John 9 Leonard, b. ; was in Boston in 1907.

5372. 2. Samuel 9 Leonard, b. ; was in the U. S. Navy, 1907.

5369. 2. Fred 8 Leonard, b. ; m. ; was in the express business with

his father ; later was living in the vicinity of Boston and had children.

5370. 3. Augusta 8 Leonard, b. ; was living in 1907 ; m. Rev.

Humphreys of New York. They had two daughters. One is Mrs. Kate*
Jacobs, living (1907) at No. 1 Harvard Place, Worcester, Mass.

5358. tiv. Orion Henry 7 , b. Feb. 12, 1806; m. (1) Hannah A. Haven; m. (2) Cath-

erine B. Brigham.

5359. tv. Horatio Franklin 7 , b. Nov. 9, 1807 ; m. Rebecca Barrett.

5360. vi. Eusebia Cyrene 7 , b. May 7, 1811 ; d. May 4, 1865, aged 54 ; m. at Bolton.

Dec. 13, 1832, Gilman Brickett. They lived in Bolton, Boston and other
places. Children were :

5373. 1. Etta 8 Brickett, b. ; living in New York (1907).

5374. 2. Mary 8 Brickett, b. ; d. before 1907.

5375. 3. Charles 8 Brickett, b. ; d. before 1907.

5376. 4. John 8 Brickett, b. ; d. before 1907.



♦Nathaniel Longley, Jr. (s. Nathaniel), b. Oct. 17, 1756, at Bolton; d. there Nov. 11,
1842, aged 86 ; m. there March 5, 1781, Keziah Fairbanks, "both of Harvard, Mass."
She died at Bolton, "wife of Nathaniel, Jr.," in 1812. He m. (2) int. at Bolton, Jan. 23,
1814, Mrs. Abigail Fairbanks of Berlin. One of his children was Betsey, b. June 18. 1792 ;
m. Haven Newton.

Nathaniel Longley, Sr., b. about 1731, d. at Bolton, Nov. 8, 1816, aged 85. He was
Deacon of the church there. He m. at Bolton, May 14, 1755, Beulah Fairbank :, who d.
his widow in 1821. They had Nathaniel, Jr., 1756; Sarah, 1759; Lucretia, 1762; Deborah,
1764.



572 NEWTON GENEALOGY

5361. fvii. Nathaniel Ayeky 7 . b. April 17, 1814; in. Julia Moore.

5362. viii. Sarah 7 , b. Dec. 23, 1816; d. Jan. 8 or 9, 1891, aged 75; unm. ; resided in

New Ipswich, N. H.
ix. Infant 7 , b. , 1819; d. Nov. 15, 1819 [1820, T. R.].

5363. x. Abigail Jane 7 , b. Feb. 9, 1823 ; d. at New Ipswich, N. H. ; m. George

Campbell of New Ipswich, N. II. No children.



5076. EZEKIEL NEWTON 6 (Ezekiel 5 , Ezekiel*, Sr., Daniel 3 , Daniel 2 , Rich-
ard 1 ), son of Ezekiel and Tabitha ( ) Newton of Marlborough, Northbor-

ough and Bolton, Mass., was born at Northborough, April 12, 1788, and died
at Groton, N. Y., February 11, 1852, aged nearly 64 years. P. R

He married at Bolton, Mass., April 16, 1810, at which time he was "of No.
Concord, N. H.," by Rev. Isaac Allen, Rebecca Moore, daughter of Capt. Jona-
than, Jr., and Desiah (Bailey) Moore"" of Bolton, where she was born January
9, 1787, twin with her sister Hannah. She died at Groton, N. Y., June 9, 1871,
aged 84 years. Besides the town records, the above data has been preserved in an
old family Bible in possession of Mr. George H. Newton of Groton, N. Y. He
also states : "Her grandmother married an Indian Chief, one of the Six
Nations." "One of her brothers was killed in the Revolutionary War." "She
was brought up by Squire Eastman, of Bolton."

Ezekiel Newton, in his youth, was apprenticed to learn the shoemaker's trade.
He served a seven-years' apprenticeship. One of his uncles was a shoedealer in
Baltimore, Md.

At date of his marriage he was living in North Concord, N. H. It appears
that he returned there with his wife, where they continued to reside for about
three years, during which time their first two children were born. The family
removed to Groton, N. Y., about 1813, or the beginning of 1814, and there they
made their home ; the rest of their children were born there ; and there they died.

CHILDREN.

5377. ti. Charles 7 , b. April 23, 1811 ; m. Mary Woolsey.

5378. t ii. Elihu Reid 7 , b. Sept. 18, 1812 ; m. Rebecca Ann Wilcox.

5379. tiii. Ezekiel A. 7 , b. Oct. 25, 1814 ; m. Lydia Campbell.

5380. iv. Orissa 7 , b. April 4, 1816, at Groton, N. Y. ; d. at Hinsdale, Cattaraugus

County, N. Y., July 3, 1905; m. at Groton, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1834, Chauncey
Allen, b. Aug. 5, 1812; d. at Hinsdale, N. Y., April 14, 1890. They
resided at Hinsdale, N. Y. Their children, born there, were :

5387. 1. Timothy A. 8 Allen, b. Dec. 15. 1836; d. at Corry, Erie County, N. Y.,

Feb. 24, 1899 ; m. and had three children.

5388. 2. Caroline A* Allen, b. Dec. 31, 1839.

5389. 3. Edward D. 8 Allen, b. Aug. 19, 1842; d. Sept. 17, 1897.

5390. 4. James B. 8 Allen, b. Jan. 19, 184!).

5391. 5. George F 8 Allen, b. June 6, 1855 ; d. Dec. 20, 1907. He in. Aurilla J.

, who was living (1908) at Hinsdale, N. Y., where she had a son:

5392. 1. Dana 9 Allen, b. .



♦Capt. Jonathan Moore (s. Abraham), b. Bolton. Mass., March 7, 1743-4; d. about 1812;

m. in Bolton, July 28, 1768, Desiah Bailey, dau. of Benjamin and Sibbel ( ) Bailey of

Bolton, where she was b. May 5, 1751. Thev had fourteen children born in Bolton : Flavel,
1769; Ebenezer, 1770; Peter, 1772; Arathusa, 1774; Abraham, 1775; Jonadab, 1777;
Silence, 1779; Thomas, 1784; Luther, 1785; Bccca and Hannah (twins), Jan. 9, 1787; Ben-
jamin, 1789; Cephas. 1791; Otis, 1792.

Abraham Moore (father of Jonathan) [b. Nov. 28, 1716] ; d. at Bolton, Nov. 10, 1773,

aged 50 yrs., 11 mos., 12 dys. ; m. Silence , who d. his wid., May 8, 1794, in 75th

year. G. S. They had eleven children born at Bolton : Jonadab, 1741, d. y. ; David, 1742 ;
Jonathan, b. March 7, 1743-44. He is called "Capt." and "Jr." ; Thomas, 1746 ; Abraham
(Dr.), 1748; Sarah, 1750; Rebecca, 1751; Hannah, 1754; William, 1755; Silence, 1758;
Aaron, 1761.

The Moores are numerous in Sudbury, where the immigrant, John Moore 1 , and wife, Eliza-
beth, settled, had children and he died Jan. 6, 1673. The above are prob. his descendants.
His son Jacob 2 m. Elizabeth Loker. See note to Richard Newton 1 .



BRANCH OF DANIEL 573

5381. tv. Albert 7 , b. July 10, 1817; m. (1) Caroline Huldah Bramwall ; m. (2)

Elvira Persis Gillette.

5382. vi. Nancy E. 7 , b. April 14, 1820; d. at Spencer, N. Y., Nov. — , 1868; m. at

Groton, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1834, Henry Ferris, a teacher. They had four
sons and one daughter, and were living in Waverly, N. Y. ; the children
were all small, their funds were not ample, when the father died. Mrs.
Ferris was a tailoress, and worked hard. She had poor health to con-
tend with, while she brought up her children. She was a devoted
Christian woman. Sometimes she preached, her niece tells me. The
niece also states, in 1908: "A son of Nancy E. lives about twelve miles
from Cortland, N. Y. ; probably the only one now living." Children :

5393. 1. Henry* Ferris, b. .

5394. 2. Jay* Ferris, b. .

5395. 3. Ellis 9 Ferris, b. .

5396. 4. Lcnora* Ferris, b.



5383. vii. Adelia Campbell 7 , b. Aug. 13, 1822, at Groton, N. Y. ; d. at Cortland, N. Y.,
March 10, 1897; m. at Groton, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1845, Dr. Hiram Green
Ingalls, a dentist, son of Benjamin and Esther (Gillett) Ingalls of Sum-
mer Hill, Cayuga County, N. Y., b. at Virgil, Cortland County, N. Y.,
Dec. 1, 1820, and d. there Feb. 6, 1889. Seven children were born to
them at Summer Hill. N. Y., where the family resided. "Aunt Adelia
was a short, good looking woman." Her children were :

5397. 1. Cassias Eugene 8 Ingalls, b. June 7, 1846; resides (1908) at Cortland,

N. Y. ; m. at Groton, N. Y., March 26, 1867, Georgianna Smith, dau.
of Chauncey R. and Eliza (Mosier) Smith. Their children were:

5404. 1. Esther Estelle 9 Ingalls, b. April 28, 1868, at Summer Hill, N. Y. ; m. at

Cortland, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1891, Eugene M. Eastman, son of Rollin and
Hannah (Fay) Eastman. They reside (1908) at Cortland, N. Y.,
and have one child :

5405. 1. Martha Ingalls 10 Eastman, b. May 28, 1895, at Cortland, N. Y.

5406. 2. Lloyd Starr 9 Ingalls, b. Dec. 4, 1872. at Cortland, N. Y. ; resides there.

5398. 2. Byron Carlton* Ingalls, b. Dec. 30, 1848 ; d. Dec. 26, 1864.

5399. 3. David Hiram* Ingalls, b. July 10, 1851; is living at Cortland, N. Y.

(1908) ; m. at Summer Hill, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1870, Matilda Story,
daughter of Daniel and Martha (Story) Story, who were from England.
They had two sons born at Summer Hill, N. Y., and one, the youngest,
born in Kansas.

5407. 1. Hiram Benjamin 9 Ingalls, b. April 21, 1875; living in Cortland, N. Y.

(1908) ; m. there Dec. 28, 1895, Julia Nichols, dau. of Morris J. and
Jennette Arabella (Cole) Nichols.

5408. 2. Charles Roy 9 Ingalls. b. March 8, 1881; living at Sharon. Pa. (1908) ;

m. there Sept. 1, 1905, Jessie Mason Stoop, dau. of William Stoop
[Scotch-Irish] and his wife Mary Margaret Snyder [Pennsylvania-
Dutch].

5409. 3. Byron Carlton 9 Ingalls, b. May 12, 1885; living at Sharon, Pa. (1908).

5400. 4. Caroline Susan* Ingalls, b. March 9, 1855; resides (1908) at 1058 Bergen

St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. at Cortland, N. Y., June 23, 1880, Charles
Eugene Selover, son of William [Pennsylvania-Dutch] and Elizabeth
(Welty) Selover. He resides in Brooklyn, but works in New York
City. Children :

Charles Eugene 9 Selover, Jr., b. Sept. 1, 1885, at Cortland, N. Y.
Kate Miller 9 Selover, b. May 27, 1891, at Cortland, N. Y.
William Ingalls 9 Selover, b. Aug. 17, 1893, at Passaic, N. J.
Newton Post 9 Selover, b. Aug. 19, 1898. at Auburn, N. Y.
Philomela* Ingalls. b. Sept. 4, 1856; m. at Cortland, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1882.
Francis Cyrus Straat, son of Cyrus Griffin [Dutch from Holland] and
Helen Adelia (Eggleston) Straat. They reside (1908) at 247 West
104th St., New York City. Their four children reside in Brooklyn, but
work in New York City. Children are :

5414. 1. Helen Louise 9 Straat, b. Feb. 27, 1884, at Cortland. N. Y. ; m. in

New York City, June 6, 1907, Marshall English Johns. Jr., son of
Marshall English Johns [from England] anil his wife, Mary Elizabeth
Gomlev [who was French-Irish].

5415. 2. Francis Cyrus" Straat. Jr., b. Dec. 18, 1885, at Cortland, X. Y. : m.

June 5, 1909, Grace Gertrude Twiss.

5416. 3. Florence Adelia 9 Straat. b. Jan. 1, 1889, at Cortland. X. Y. ; d. there

April 23, 1890.

5417. 4. Ruth Winnifred 9 Straat. b. Oct. 9. 1893, at Cortland, N. Y.



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5402. 0. Mason Boynton" Ingalls, b. Nov. 30, 1858; resides (1908) at Cortland,

N. Y. ; m. at Homer, Cortland County, N. Y., March 16, 1881, Helen
Conine, dan. of Philip and Jane Louise (Keeling) Conine. They have
one child :

5418. 1. Mason Boynton 9 Ingalls. Jr.. b. Jan. 23, 1882.

5403. 7. Arthur Burdctte 8 Ingalls, b. June 4, 1866; resides (1908) in Honolulu,

Hawaii; m. (1) at Whitman. Mass., July 20, 1896, Lilla Cords, who d.
in April, 1901. She was dau. of Henry A. Cords, D.D., and his wife,
Mary Louise (Sanderson) Cords. He m. (2) at Auburn, Wash., Sept.
14, 1905, Ida Emogene Barber, dau. of Andrew S. and Mary Adaline
(Rowell) Barber.

5384. viii. Caroline Melissa 7 , b. June 13, 1824 ; d. at Beaver Dam, Erie County, Pa.,

Sept. 27, 1896, aged 72 yrs.. 3 mos. She m. at Groton, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1847,
Henry Bentley. She married (2) at Beaver Dam, Pa., April 6, 1854, Dr.
Robert John Osborne,? son of Robert and Elizabeth (Woods) Osborne of
Sewickley township, Beaver County, Pa., where he was born Jan. 24,
1825. He died at Beaver Dam, Pa., June 17, 1891, aged 66 yrs. A
physician, practicing at Beaver Dam, Pa., where their children were born,
viz. :

5419. 1. AUie E. 8 Osborne, b. Jan. — , 1856; m. in Wayne Township, Erie

County, Pa. , 1875, James H. Lockwood, who was living in 1908

at Rugby, N. Dak., where she died in 1900. They had a daughter :
5423. 1. Ferdia Lockwood, b. .

5420. 2. George "Newton* Osborne, b. , 1857; d. in Wayne township, Erie

County, Pa., Nov. — , 1865.

5421. 3. George Newton 8 Osborne, 2d. b. June 5, 1865, in Wayne township, Erie

County, Pa. ; m. at Breckenridge, Minn., Aug. 13, 1888, Lizzie Mary
Cleeland, dau. of William Morrison and Eliza Ann (Evens) Cleeland
of Breckenridge, Minn. She was born at Elk River, Minn., July 31,
1869. They resided (1908) at Basin, Mont., where he was railway
station agent. He had then been in the employ of the Great Northern
Railroad Company for nearly twenty years. He is a member of the
Sons of the American Revolution, Minnesota Society, No. 3,351, his
eligibility coming through his great-grandfather, James Osborne, who
was of the Pennsylvania Troop. Children are :

5224. 1. Robert John Cleeland 9 Osborne, b. Oct. 28, 1889, at Petersburg. N. Dak.

5125. 2. George Newton 9 Osborne, Jr., b. July 19, 1894, at Michigan City,

N. Dak.

5426. 3. Clarence Morrison Theodore 9 Osborne, b. Nov. 13, 1899, at Teton,

Choteau County, Mont.

5427. 4. Nathan Judson 9 , b. March 8. 1904, at Basin Jefferson Co., Mont.

5422. 4. Robert John 8 Osborne, b. June 14, 1870; m. at Corry, Pa., 1895, Miss

Auer. They reside at Corry. Pa.

5385. iix. George Hamilton 7 , b. Aug. 28, 1S26 ; m. Lucy Berry.



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