Robert Peel Wakeman.

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a. Helen.

b. Esther.

E. Kittie Wakeman, b. Feb. 11, 1877; d. Oct.

31, 1877.
II. Fred J., 8 b. Sept. 18, 1833; d. July 26,


III. Salmon A., 8 b. Feb. 2, 1835; d. Oct. 6,


IV. Samuel S., 8 b. July 12, 1837.

J9J. Isaac Wakeman, 7 of Wilton and Northfield,
Conn., m. Mary Taylor (b. July 27, 18 19), dau. of Moses
Taylor and Polly Grumman, and begat,

I. Elizabeth A., 8 b. Aug. 27, 1842. She
m. Oct. 6, 1868, Walter E. Cadwell
(b. Jan. 22, 1837; d. April 29, 1869,
and served in the Civil War, in Co. E.,
20th Regt, Conn. Vols). They begat,
A. Walter, b. Sept. 4, 1867.

II. Augusta M., 8 b. April 10, 1843.
338. III. Daniel Perry, 8 b. Aug. 17, 1845.


IV. Martha C., 1 b. July 6, 1847, m. Lewis
Samuel Chipman, of Cornwall Hollow,
Conn., April, 1866, and begat,

A. Walter Harlan, b. Sept. 20, 1867.

B. Louisa Isabella, b. Aug. 20, 1869.

C. George Lewis, b. Dec. 8, 1870.

D. Ida Birtha, b. Aug. 31, 1873.

E. Anna May, b. Sept. 9, 1881.
339- V. Walker S., 8 b. Sept. 6, 1849.

VI. Julia H., 8 b. Oct. 24, 1850; d. Feb. 6,
VII. Ellen J., 8 b. April 19, 1852; m. John F.
Woodruff, of Connecticut.
VIII. Edward J., 8 b. April 22, 1852.

IX. EmmaG., 8 b. April n, 1854; d. Feb.

7, 1862.
X. Clarissa A., 8 b. Feb. 23, 1857; d. March
2i, 1883.
340. XI. Ernest C., 8 b. April 21, 1859.

XII. Isabelle, 8 b. Aug. 27, 1861; d. Sept. 29,


J 92. John Alexis Wakeman, 7 of Balston Spa, N. Y.,

m. there Sept. 16, 1847, Harriet Ann Hatch (b. Dec.

1, 1826; d. April 15, i860), dau. of James Hatch and

Lucinda Ann Finney, and begat,

I. Frank, 8 b. June 10, 1849; d. Sept. 5,
II. Ellen Augusta, 8 b. Aug. 8, 185 1; d.
Sept. 3, 1853.

III. John Finlay, 8 b. July 17, 1854.

IV. Kate, 8 b. June 29, 1858; d. Jan. 24,


Mr. Wakeman m. second, at Burnt Hills, N. Y. ,

Feb. 25, 1863, Marion Post (b. May 20, 1836),

dau. of William K. and Esther Post, of Burnt


J 93. Joel Wakeman, D.D., 7 of Rhinebeck and

Campbell, N. Y., m. first, Abigail Judson, March 27,


1838, dau. of David Judson. He m. second, Irene Cole-
man, May 20, 1 89 1, dau. of Joseph Coleman. He d. at
Campbell, May 24, 1898. He was born at Rhinebeck,
and at the age of twelve moved with his father to Hec-
tor, N. Y. In 1832 he came to Prattsburg, N. Y.,
where he worked at the trade of wagon making. In
the great revival which prevailed there from 1828 to
1832 he was converted, and united with the Presbyterian
Church with seventy-two others, several of whom en-
tered the ministry. He studied at Prattsburg Academy
and at Auburn Seminary from 1841 to 1844. After
supplying the church at Dansville a few months, he ac-
cepted a call to Almond, where he preached for twenty-
one years, building up a strong church. He preached
in Painted Post, from 1865 to 1868; Campbell 1868 to
1872; at Almond again, 1872 to 1874; and at Milburn,
1874 to 1879. He then retired, living in Painted Post
until four years ago, when he moved to Campbell to
spend his remaining years with an adopted daughter.
He was very active in the temperance and anti-slavery
movements, and a very popular speaker. He was also
much sought after in revival work. He wrote two vol-
umes on temperance, viz.: "The Satanic License,"
which was widely circulated, and " The Golden Horn."
He received the degree of D.D. from Alfred Univer-
sity. In 1862 he recruited a company in the i32d Reg-
iment, of which he became captain. After his discharge
from disability he served on the Christian Commission.
He preserved his faculties to the last in a ripe,
useful, and cheerful old age.

J 94. Andrew Peck Wakeman, 7 of Fairfield, Conn.,
m. in Fairfield May 15, 1861, Cornelia K. Burr (b. June
14, 1837), dau of Eben Burr and Harriet Albee Osborn,
of Fairfield, and begat,

I. Jennie L., 8 b. June 6, 1862; d. Dec. 14,


341. II. Samuel Burr,* b. Oct. 26, 1863.

III. Andrew Smedley, 8 b. Oct. 5, 1865.
342. IV. Bacon," b. May 10, 1867.

V. Emma Frances, 6 b. Nov. 23, 1868.
VI. Carrie Thomson, 8 b. Oct. 4, 1870; d.

Aug. 22, 1884.
VII. Joseph Howard, 8 b. Feb. 14, 1875.
VIII. Bessie Osborn, 8 b. July 19, 1876; d. Oct.
23, 1882.
IX. Florence Cornelia, 8 b. Oct. 16, 1878.
195. Stephen Wakeman, 7 of Lockport, N. Y., m.
Feb. 17, 1817, Rachel Van Deventer (b. Feb. 27, 1798),
of Seneca County, and begat,

343. I. Isaac Van Deventer, 8 b. Nov. 29, 18 18;

May 23, 1890.
344. II. James Adams, 8 b. March 20, 1821; d.
March 3, 1864.

345. III. Harvey H., 8 b. May 9, 1823.

346. IV. Stephen Clark, 8 b. Aug. 19, 1825.

V. Sarah Maria, 8 b. July 3, 1828 ; d. July 16,
1850. Shem. 1849, Chaun^ey Wolcott,
and begat one dau. who d. in infancy,
VI. Anna Parmela, 8 b. Jan. 3, 1831, d. June
26, 1861.
J 96. Samuel Wakeman, 7 of Lockport, N. Y. , m. Eliza
Cargel (d. Aug., 1886), of Lima, N. Y., and begat,

I. Ida, 8 m. Henry Buell, and begat four
II. EmmaG. 8

III. Nellie E. 8

IV. Hattie. 8

197. Alfred Wakeman, 7 of Bedford, Iowa, m. first at
Lockport, N. Y., Mary Ann Williams (b. Jan. 11, 1817;
d. May, 1872), dau. of John Williams and Catherine
Norton, of Lockport, and begat,


I. John, 8 b. Sept. 18, 1836; d. Feb. 4, 1891.
347. II. Stephen A., 8 b. April 18, 1838.

III. Kate A., 8 b. Sept. 2, 1839. Sne m. in
Lockport, Dec. 11, 1855, Orren Marsh,
of Lockport, N. Y. , and Terrell, Wis.
(b. Jan. 7, 1828), and begat,

A. C. W., b. March 27, 1857; m. Emma Herder,

Nov., 1894.

B. May E., b. Dec. 14. 1S60; m. C. C. Warren,


C. Elmer A., b. March 28, 1864; d. Feb. 23,


D. Florence C, b. Dec. 8, 1865; d. Jan. 8, 1866.

E. F. E., b. June 19, 1869.

F. Lillian I. A., b. Jan. 22, 1871; d. March 17,

1893. She m. O. E. McCue, May 16, 1891.

348. IV. Alfred B., 8 b. March 3, 1843.

V. Cornelia Elizabeth, 8 b. July 25, 1844.
She m. first, in Merton, Wis., March
14, 1868, to Edward C. Palmer, who
d. Dec. 2, 1880. She m. second, in
Bedford, Iowa, 1892, David J. Mc-
VI. Mary Jane, 8 b. May 26, 1846; d. Jan. 18,
VII. Henry M., 8 b. March 28, 1849; d. Sept.

26, 1850.
VIII. Helen M., 8 b. March 28, 1849; d. Sept.
26, 1850.

349. IX. Roderick A., 8 b. March 24, 185 1.

J 98. Edward Adams Wakeman, 7 of Lockport, N. Y.,
m. in Lockport, April 7, 1836, Elizabeth B. Jones (b.
Dec. 17, 1817; d. Jan. 9, 1878), of Easton, N. J., and

I. William H., 8 b. May 21, 1837; d. Aug.
31, 1838.
350. II. Charles Edwin, 8 b. July 3, 1839; d. Dec.
20, 1886.


III. Edward Jones, 8 b. Sept. 21, 1841; m.
Miss Morton.
351. IV. Frank Stephen, 8 b. Mays, 1846.

V. Fred, 8 b. March 10, 1849; m - Mary
J 99. Captain Charles Wakeman, 7 of Greensfarms,
Conn., m. at Greenfield Hill, Conn., April 4, 1824,
Elizabeth Bradley (b. March 18, 1800; d. July 9, 1874),
dau. of Stephen Bradley, of Greenfield. They begat,
I. Charles Austin, 8 b. Sept. 30, 1825; d.
Feb. 24, 1827.
II. Infant, 8 b. July 30, 1826; d. July 30,
Henry T., 8 b. Sept. 22, 1827.
Mary Elizabeth, 8 b. Sept. 20, 1829; d.

July 26, 1830.
Stephen Bradley, 8 b. May 9, 183 1.
Edward Osborn, 8 b. Aug. 12, 1833.
Aritta Mindwell, 8 b. July 25, 1835.
Charles Sereno, 8 b. Dec. 6, 1837.
Frederick, 8 b. Feb. 12, 1842.
Rufus, 8 b. April 2, 1843.
Cornelius, 8 b. Aug. 16, 1846; d. Dec.
19, 1872.
200. Stephen Burritt Wakeman, 7 of Greensfarms,
m. March 8, 1835, Betsey Couch (b. 1813; d. March 27,
185 1), dau. of Wakeman Couch (see No. 28), and be-

358. I. Stephen Banks, 8 b. 1835.

II. Julia M., 8 b. Nov. 9, 1839; d. May 25,
1 87 1. She m. in New Haven, Conn.,
Dec. 2,1862, Edwin Squires, of South-
port and Saugatuck, Conn. (b. Sept.
7, 1839), and begat,

A. Edwin Burritt, b. April 8, 1865.

B. Charles W., b. May 15, 1871.

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359. III. Horace Staples, 8 b. March 18, 1847.
2QJ. Talcott Banks Wakeman,' of Greensfarms, m.
in Fairfield, Conn., Dec. 17, 1838, Abigail H. Coley,
dau. of David Coley, of Greensfarms, and begat,

I. Mary Eleanor, 8 b. May 11, 1840. She
m. in Greensfarms, Sept. 1, 1858, Ar-
thur C. Taylor, of Greensfarms (b. Oct.
17, 1833; d. Nov. 15, 1894), and be-

A. Arthur Wakeman, b. July 23, 1859.

B. Bessie R., b. March 22, 1861.

C. Ida Louise, b. Jan. 14, 1864.

D. Edward Jesup, b. Jan. 2S, 1866.

E. Howard Garnering, b. March 17, 186S.

F. Mary Eleanor, b. Jan. 18, 1871; d. Aug. 25,


G. Frank Wakeman, b. Oct. 31, 1878; d. Aug.

18, 1879.

II. Julia Coley, 8 b. June 2, 185 1.

I cannot do better here than to give the following
sketch of Mr. Talcott B. Wakeman, from the pen of
his friend, the Hon. T. S. Gold, of West Cornwall,

" I am happy to recall my memory of my old time
friend, Talcott B. Wakeman, and give a few lines
as my testimony to those characteristics of the man
as he appeared to me. Mr. Wakeman had a genu-
ine love for his calling — agriculture — and was an
honor to it by its successful prosecution. Though
educated in the old time ways of the early part of
the nineteenth century, he kindly and readily
sought and accepted the teachings of modern
science. His farming was thorough and his execu-
tive ability in conducting his affairs, and managing
his men, rendering labor efficient, excited my ad-
miration. He had no use for the idle or inefficient.
He made short work with any of that class that
sought employment. Skillful and industrious him-
self, he encouraged and developed the same spirit
in others ; everything was kept in order on his prem-



ises. Yet he found time for his public duties as a
citizen and his sterling integrity gave weight to his
counsels. Connecticut agriculture depends more
for its prosperity upon such men as was Mr. Wake-
man, than upon the natural advantages of the state
in soil, climate, or location. Such examples should
ever be remembered and honored as an encourage-
ment to ' keep the boys on the farm ' if they are fit
for the business. Farming is a hard business for
those who have no love for husbandry, who can see
no beauty or pleasure in rural life. I view Mr.
Wakeman as having a heart as large and free as
was his physical frame, who will always live in the
kindly memory of those who knew him."

202. Henry Burr Wakeman, 7 of Greensfarms, was a
well known agriculturist and fruit raiser, a man of in-
tegrity and high standing in his community. He m. in
Greensfarms, Jan. i, 1844, Esther Jennings (b. Dec. 7,
1823), and begat,

360. I. Maurice B., 8 b. Feb. 21, 1845.
361. II. Lewis Penfield, 8 b. June 11, 1847.

III. William Henry, 8 b. Dec. 27, 1851; d.
Jan. 24, 1853.

362. IV. William James, 8 b. Dec. 30, 1854.

V. Ella Maria, 8 b. May 20, 1862; d. Jan. 3,

363. VI. Alfred John, 8 b. Feb. 8, 1865.

203. Captain William Webb Wakeman, 7 of South-
port, Conn. , and New York city. He m. in Southport,
Conn., Oct. 29, 1833, Mary Catherine Hull (b. Aug. 20,
1813), dau. of Lyman Hull and Amelia Bulkley, of
Southport, and begat,

I. Eliza Hull, 8 b. Jan. 9, 1835; d. Nov. 14,
1889. She m. in Southport, Oct. 8,
1874, Charles M. Taintor, of Buffalo,
N. Y., and New York city. They
A. Charles M., b. July 17, 1S77.


II. Delia Maria, 8 b. Sept. 28, 1837; d. April
21, 1880. She m. in New York city,
May 2, 1866, Dwight Baker, of Sack-
etts Harbor, N. Y., and Scranton, Pa.
(b. July 3, 1834; d. July 3, 1880).
III. Cornelia Crapo, 8 b. Jan. 2, 1840. She
m. in Southport, Conn., June 15,
1870, Charles Blagge Tompkins, of
Middletown, Conn., and New York
city (b. July 17, 1831; d. Sept. 16,
1892, in Litchfield, Conn). They be-
A. William Wakeman, b. Nov. 27, 1871; d. July
17, 1872.

364. IV. William Webb, 8 b. Aug. 23, 1842; d.

Feb. 25, 1881.
V. Mary Catherine, 8 b. Aug. 23, 1842; d.
May 14, 1853.

365. VI. Jesup, 8 b. May 4, 1844.

VII. Susan Amelia, 8 b. April 3, 1848; d. Dec.
28, 1882.

Captain William Webb Wakeman, when a young
man, was engaged in business with his father at
Mill River, now Southport, Conn., where his early
life was spent. He branched out for himself after
a short period, and became master of his own ves-
sel, which was employed in the coasting trade be-
tween New York, Boston, and Salem, Mass.

During this period of his business life his vessel was
wrecked near Holmes Hole, Mass., and in this
emergency his characteristic coolness and deter-
mination were strongly manifested ; for every man
on board was sent ashore in safety before he con-
sented to leave his vessel.

He was next engaged in the coasting trade between
New York and Georgetown, D. C, and at a later
period extended the business to Savannah, Ga.,
and Galveston, Texas, where regular lines were
established under the name of the Star line. Mr.


Wakeman was at the same time extensively en-
gaged in the East India and China trade under the
firm name of Wakeman, Dimon & Co., which he
organized. This firm was one of the first to send
vessels to California after its annexation to the
United States.

At the outbreak of the war of the Rebellion, in i860,
steamships were added to the prosperous lines of
sailing vessels, which were employed by the gov-
ernment as United States transports.

About this time the firm name was changed to that
of Wakeman, Gookin & Dickinson, but subse-
quently to W. W. Wakeman & Co.

After the close of the war a line of steamships was
established between New York and Savannah, Ga.,
under the old name of the Star line, which was
maintained for several years. In addition to their
heavy shipping interests, this house became largely
interested in gold and silver mines in California
and Nevada, and at one time acted as New York
agents for various mines.

Mr. Wakeman was by nature a man of marked
energy and force of character, and thus made his
influence felt, and often paramount, in whatever he
undertook. These qualities not only gave him suc-
cess in business, but made him a valuable acquisi-
tion to any cause which he espoused.

In all public movements that promised moral and
material improvement to those among whom he
lived he was ever ready, by personal effort and
generous contributions, to render efficient aid.

He strongly advocated and was one of the committee
to erect a suitable building for a graded public
school in Southport during the years 1851 and 1852.
He was one of the original trustees of the South-
port Savings Bank when it was organized in 1854,
and at a later period a director of the Shoe and
Leather Bank in New York city. He was an in-
corporator and original trustee of the Oak Lawn
Cemetery Association of Southport, Conn., and
was ever deeply interested in its development and
success. He became a member of the Southport
Congregational Church in the year 1847, and a
deacon in 1849.


His church life, like his daily life, was earnest and
faithful wherever duty called, allowing no ordinary
obstacle to hinder or defeat its conscientious per-
formance. True to his convictions, prompt in his
engagements, and with open-handed bounty to the
poor and needy, he was always found a staunch
friend on the side of right and justice, and an out-
spoken foe to whatever he esteemed to be wrong.
His works live after him, not only in his wholesome
example and consistent religious life, but in his
testamentary benefactions to the church and to the
leading benevolent institutions of the day, bearing
testimony to his interest in those objects which in
later years lay very near his heart.
He passed from mortal life to the immortal at his
home in New York city, April 19, 1869, to which he
returned smitten with a fatal malady from Cali-
fornia, where important business had summoned
him a few months previous, and when realizing his
critical condition, with heroic resolution, com-
menced immediate preparation for the long sea
voyage home from San Francisco to New York,
which he patiently endured, and with deep grati-
tude and satisfaction reached the haven which he
earnestly longed to gain ere life should end. The
desire was granted, and, surrounded by his family,
his last hours were passed in the home which was
ever the nucleus of his keenest happiness.
204. Maurice Wakeman, 7 of Southport, Conn. He
was in the flour business in Boston, in the early '30's,
and later became interested in realty in Brooklyn. He
went to Chicago in 1836, on horseback, and became
largely interested in real estate in Oswego, Buffalo,
Cleveland and Chicago, mostly at the latter place, and
in some adjacent towns. In 1837 the panic caused his
failure for a large amount. He recovered some of the
land by his father's aid, and settled in Southport, Conn.,
in 1846. Thereafter he followed his scholarly tastes
and love of literature and English poetry, having his
library stocked with the standard works. He also took
much interest in the political affairs of the world and



carried on a correspondence with prominent statesmen
in this country and abroad. He was a man of kindly
and charitable disposition, and of nobility of character.
He was a member of the Congregational church in
Southport, and was its clerk for a number of years. He
m. in Southport, Oct. 15, 1845, Mary C. Thorp (b. Feb.
4, 1824), dau. of Capt. Walter Thorp and Elizabeth
Sherwood, of Westport, Conn., and Southport, and be-

366. I. Robert Peel, s b. Oct. 2, 1849.

II. Florence Dimon, 8 b. Aug. 15, 1855; d.

June 7, 1873.
III. Virginia Dimon, 8 b. Aug. 15, 1855. She
m. June 1, 1892, at Southport, William
B. Van Wagenen, of Newark, N, J.

205. Zalmon Bradley Wakeman, 7 of Southport, was
a man of prominence and possessed good business qual-
ifications, leaving a large property. He was a man of
principle and interested in church work. He m. in
Fairfield, Conn., March 3, 1829, Sarah Ann Fowler
(b. July 22, 1806; d. July 30, 1873), dau. of Stephen
Fowler and Mary Strong, of Guilford, Conn., and be-

I. Mary Fowler. 8
II. Frances. 8
III. Sarah White, 8 b. 1843; d. 1844.

206. Jesup Banks Wakeman, 7 of Southport, m. in
New York city, Dec. 30, 1830, Amelia A. Jarvis (b.
May 22, 1806; d. Aug. 29, 1892), dau. of James Jarvis
and Elizabeth Smith, of New York, and begat,

I. James Jarvis, 8 b. Feb. 13, 1832; d. Feb.
22, 1832.
II. Henry, 8 b r Nov. 21, 1836; d. Dec. 15,

III. Julia Frances, 8 b. Oct. 7, 1833; d. June
7, 1862. Shem. Lewis Dimon Bulkley,


of Southport, and begat two child-
ren; both d. s. p.

207. Han ford Wakeman, 8 of Tompkins, N. Y., m. in
Walton, March 1817, Anna Gould (b. April 25, 1799; d.
Oct. 24, 1862), dau. of Luther Gould, of Walton, and

I. Harvey, 9 m. Sally Durfee, and begat
one daughter.
II. Sabrah. 9
III. Amanda, 9 m. Daniel Avery, of Sidney,
N. Y.
367. IV. William H., 9 b. July 30, 1832.

208. William Wakeman, 8 of Hamden, N. Y. He
m. Demilah Beers, dau. of Ephraim Beers, of Rock
Rift, N. Y., and begat,

I. Gabriel, 9 of Deposit, N. Y.
II. Julia, 9 m. Theodore Galloway, of Sus-
quehanna, N. Y.

III. Cordelia, 9 m. George Foote, of Hones-

dale, Pa.

IV. Jane, 9 m. Mr. Woodburn, of Addison,

N, Y.
V. William. 9
VI. Gilbert. 9

209. Moses Wakeman, 8 of Sidney, N. Y. Hem. in
Windsor, N. Y. , Mary Ann Alexander (b. Aug. 29,
1810), dau. of Jedediah Alexander, of Windsor, and

I. LydiaJ., 9 b. Feb. 29, 1840.
II. Sabrah M., 9 b. Jan. 2, 1842.
III. Judson A., 9 b. Aug. 5, 1843.
2 JO. Stephen Wakeman, 6 of Walton and Vestal, N.
Y., m. Mary Ann Ossincup, and begat,
I. Catharine, 9
II. Lucy Peabody. 9
III. Moses. 9


211. James Wakeman, 8 of Walton and Sidney, N.
Y. , m. in Stamford, N. Y. , 1818, Sarah Polly, dau. of John
Polly, of Stamford, N. Y., and begat,

I. Lucy Ann, 9 b. Oct. 17, 1820, m.
John F. Grant, of Hobart, N. Y., and
begat two children.
II. Catharine," b. March 10, 1822; d. June
11, 1895.
III. Sarah, 9 b. May 22, 1824; d. Aug. 21,
1886. She m. in Sidney, N. Y., May
7, 1850, Sherman D. Mitchell, of
Meredith, N. Y., and begat,

A. Frederick James, b. Feb. 26, 1851.

B. Frances, b. Oct. 5, 1857.
368. IV. James, 9 b Dec. 29, 1826.

369. V. Sanford B., 9 b. Jan. 21, 1830.

212. Benjamin Wakeman, 8 of Walton and Pike, N.
Y., m. in Walton, Nov. 12, 1878, Rachel Nichols, dau.
of Daniel Nichols, of Walton, and begat,

I. Truman, 9 b. April 10, 1820; d. July 10,
II. Juliette, 9 b. Aug. 18, 1827; d. July 10,
1865. She m. Horton Clute.

III. Mariette, 9 b. Oct. 25, 1829. She m. in

Pike, N. Y., June 23, 1829, Smith G.
Clute, of Earlsville and Pike, N. Y.
(b. Oct. 31, 1827), and begat,

A. Olive, b. Sept. 13, i860.

B. John A., b. Oct. 10, 1862.

C. Warren W., b. Nov. 21, 1864.

D. Minnie E., b. Aug. 3, 1868.

IV. Rosetta, 9 b. June 1, 1833.

V. Warren, 9 b. Sept. 27, 1822; d. Oct. 3,

213. John Wakeman, 8 of Walton, N. Y. Hem. in
Meredith, N. Y., March 1, 1821, Lydia Pease, dau. of
Gad Pease, of Meredith, and begat,


370. I. Clark, 9 b. April 6, 1822; d. Jan. 2, 1888.
371. II. Smith, 9 b. June 10, 1824; d. June 20,

III. Mariette, 9 b. Aug. 31, 1826; d. May 24,

372. IV. Warren, 9 b. Oct. 16, 1828; d. June 15,

373. V. Vermilye, 9 b. Dec. 25, 1830; d. Feb. 11,

VI. Harriet, 9 b. March 31, 1833; d. Feb. 18,
2*4. Abel Wakernan, 8 of Walton, N. Y., m. in Wal-
ton, June 20, 1827, Marilda Beers, dau. of Ephraim
Beers, of Walton, and begat,

I. Matilda, 9 b. July 24, 1828; d. May 24,
1872. She m. Ezra Piatt. He d.
March 5, 1876, leaving one child.

374. II. Ephraim, 9 b. March 5, 1830.
375. III. Charles, 9 b. June 8, 1848.

215. Alfred Wakernan," of Grattan, Mich. He m
in Franklin, N. Y. , first, Dec. 16, 1841, Mary Ann Ed-
monds (b. June 25, 1818; d. Aug. 12, 1864). Hem.
second, Nov. 26, 1866, Eliza Hanford, dau. of Stephen
Hanford, of Walton, N. Y. , and begat,
376. I. Clark, 9 b. Dec. 11, 1843.
377. II. Theodore, 9 b. Nov. 16, 1846.
2J6. Jabez Jennings Wakernan/ of Towanda, Pa.,
m. in Walton, N. Y., Polly Butler, dau. of John
Butler, of Walton, and begat,

I. Hiram G., 9 m. Asenath Scott; d. about
II. Elizabeth G, 9 m. Hiram Teed, of
Delhi, N. Y.
378. III. Asahel, 9 b. July 1, 1830.

IV. Chester F., 9 of Bolivar, N. Y.
379. V. David C., 9 b. May 18, 1837.


VI. Sarah, 9 m. James Patterson.
VII. Martha B. 9
VIII. Bayard. 9
217. David Wakeman, 8 of Walton, N. Y., m. first
(not known). He married second, Emeline Cable, of
Walton, and begat,

I. Sarah, 9 of Binghamton.
II. Stephen, 9 of Kansas.

III. Celestia, 9 m. Mr. Mayhew.

IV. Nettie. 9

2!8. Jessup Wakeman, 8 of Walton, N. Y. He m.
in 1819, Julia Nichols (b. 1802), dau. of Daniel Nichols,
of Walton, and begat,

I. Sylvia, 9 b. 1820; d. 1857, m. in 1846
Ezra Beers, and begat,
A. Charles, b. Aug. 3, 1850.
II. Laura A., 9 b. 1826, m. Israel Silk-
worth in 1864.

III. Abigail, 9 b. 1829, m. Allen Beers in

1850, and begat,

A. Sylvia A., b. June 29, 1859.

B. William, b. May 2, 1874.

IV. Ann Eliza, 9 b. 1834: d. 1859.

V. Mary, 9 b. 1837, m. in i860, George
W. Beers, and begat,

A. William J., b. June 3, 1861.

B. Winifred, b. May 27, 1864.

C. Neenah G„ b. April 5, 1867.

VI. Emma C., 9 b. 1842, m. Sherman
Beers in 1869.
VII. Ellen A., 9 b. 1842, m. Philo W.
Thayer in 1869.
2J9. George Wakeman, 8 m. Meribah Durfee, dau.
of Thomas Durfee, of Tompkins, N. Y. They begat,
I. Charles, 9 d. aged 3 years.

II. Eliza, 9 m. James Ostrom.

There were three more, names were not furnished.


220. Aaron Banks Wakeman, 8 of Walton, N. Y, and
Willow Creek, Colo. He m. in Walton. Jan. 15, 1827,
Sarah Bennett (b. Nov. 30, 1808; d. Feb. 28, 1890),
dau. of Joseph Bennett and Elizabeth Morehouse, of
Connecticut. They begat,

380. I. Joseph Bennett, b. Feb. 12, 1828.
381. II. Abijah Seeley, 9 b. Dec. 22, 1829.

III. Mary Jane, 9 b. Nov. 5, 1832; d. July 20,
1863. She m. in Hamden, N. Y.,
June 20, 1850, James Miller, of Wal-
ton (b. 1828; d. Nov. 1891). They

A. Julius, b. 1853.

B. Alice, b. 1854; d. Nov., 1893; m. Irwin Buck-


C. Elthea, b. 1856, m. George Smith.

D. Horace, b. 1857.

E. Marshall, b. 1S58.

F. Ida Bell, b. i860, m. S. Hoyt.

382. IV. Washington Lafayette, 9 b. Nov. 26, 1834.
383. V. Peter Smith, 9 b. Sept, 28, 1836; d. Dec.
25, 1894.
384. VI. Alonzo Walker, 9 b. Oct. 26, 1838; d. Jan.

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