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Anna McLaury, dau. of E. McLaury, and begat,

I. Carrie, 11 b. March 18, 1878.
II. George, 11 b. June 17, 1880.

445. Elmer L. Wakeman, 10 of Walton, N. Y. He
m. in Cannonsville, N. Y., March 2, 1887, Edith D.
McLaughlin (b. March 2, 1869), dau. of Charles B. and
Mary A. McLaughlin, of Cannonsville.

446. Gaylord Bacon Wakeman, 10 of Unadilla and
Wellsbridge, N. Y. He m. in Otega, N. Y., June 22,
1892, Jessie May Burnside (b. Dec. 3, 1872), dau. of
William Wilson Burnside and Susan M. Walley, of Ote-
go. He begat,



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY. 369

I. Blaine, 11 b. Aug-. 24, 1893.
II. Iva May, 11 b. March 6, 1895; d - March
19, 1895.
III. Frank Bolles, 11 b. May 15, 1896.

447. Vermilyea H. Wakeman, 10 of Walton, N. Y.
He m. at Beerston, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1884, Rovilla Beers
(b. Sept. 13, 1867), dau. of Ezra Beers and Emily
Buckbee, of Beerston. He begat,

I. Warren B., 11 b. March 24, 189 1 ; d. Sept.
25, 1891.
II. Florence, 11 b. April 25, 1893.
Mr. V. H. Wakeman was a man of excellent stand-
ing and to know him was to respect him. He
was of a cheerful disposition, always ready to
lend a helping hand, and was strictly upright.
He was connected with journalism at the time of
his death.

448. Ezra H. Wakeman, 10 m. June 21, 1874, Mary
E. Barlow.

449. Leander Wakeman, 10 m. in Wurtsboro, N. Y. ,
Oct. 18, 1893, Mary Mclntyre, dau. of William Mcln-
tyre, of Mongaup Valley, N. Y. He begat,

I. Lucy, 11 b. Nov. 9, 1894.

450. John C. Wakeman, 10 of Walton, N. Y., m. Oct.
18, 1S90, Ida Smith (b. April 21, 1859), and begat,

I. Howard, 11 b. March 18, 1893.
II. Carlton, 11 b. Nov. 15, 1895.
45 J. Albert Bradley Wakeman, 10 of Bridgeport,
Conn., m. there June 21, 1893, Lena LaTour (b. Oct.
27, 1868), dau. of Louis LaTour and Elizabeth Minch,
of France.

452. Louis E. Wakeman, 10 of St. Cloud, Minn., m.
there April 13, 1887, Gertrude Powell (b. March 14,
1866), dau. of William Powell and Lucretia A. Marvin,
of St. Cloud. He begat,

I. Annette Elene, 11 b. April 26, 1897.
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37 Marcus Wecman, Martha
Jannatze Kool. \ 'Litz

Marcus Wecman, ) Stephanus, b. March 25; bap.

Jenny Kool. f April 20, 1794; no witnesses.



372 WAKEMAN GENEALOGY.

Marcus Wekman, I „ .. , , T , „ Q

Jannatze Kool. } Gamaliel, b. July 23, 1798.

__-.,___, ) Catarina, b. April 21; bap. June

Hendrick Wakman, f ^ I?86 . Witnesses, Methusa-
Lidia Hert. j lem jj u bois, Catarine Bovier.

Hendrick Wekman, ) „ .. , T _ 00

LidiaHert. [ Sally, b. Jan. 18, 1788.

Hendricus Wecman, I „, . , ,,

Lidia Hert. \ Charles > b - Ma ^ ^ *79°.

Hendric Wecman, } „. . . T ,

Lidia Hart. f Phebe, b. July 31, 1794-

Hendric Wekman, ) „ , _ t ,

Lidia Hert. \ Gertrug, b. Oct. 22, 1796.

Hendrick Werkman, ) TT , „

Lidia Hert. f Henr ^ b ' Se l 3t - 9, i79».

Henry Wakeman, ) _ ,. , , _

Lydia Hart. \ Gamaliel, b. Sept. 27, 1800.

Hendrick Wockman, )„,,,,.,, „ ,

Lidia Hart f R acne l Maria, b. Jan. 18, 1806.

Robert Hood, m. Martha Wakman, April 12, 1801.
Evert Sluyter, m. Sarah Wakman, July 2, 1801. *
Cornelius Carman, m. Gitty Wackman, May 3, 18 14.
Miller, m. Wackman, April 4, 18 15.

r, , ^ TT , ) Margaret Hasbrook, b. Oct. 4,

S fu w? ' f 1801. Witness, Margaret

Martha Wakmau. J Hasbrook.

Robert Hood, | ^ . , , _ r

Martha Weckman. f Daniel, b. March 18, 1804.

Robert Hood, i

Martha Wackman. \ J ames > b - Feb - IO - l8 ° 8 -



FROM SHAWANGUNK CHURCH RECORDS.

Daniel Wackman, m. Antze Cool, Jan. 11, 1777. In
September, 1786, Daniel Wackman, of New Paltz, a
farmer, is witness of a will for Joshua Decker.

J. Marcus Wakeman, m. Martha Litz, and begat,



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY. 373

2. I. Marcus, b. Nov. 10, 1759; also probably
begat,
3. II. Henry.
4. III. Daniel.

2. Marcus Wakeman, m. Jennie Kool, and begat,

I. John, b. Nov. 16, 1787.
II. Cornelius, bap. 1789.

III. Stephen, b. March 25, 1794.

IV. Gamaliel, b. July 23, 1798.

3. Henry Wakeman, m. Lydia Hart, and begat,

5. I. Jacob, b. March 21, 1783.

6. II. Marcus, b. 1775; d. Nov. 10, 1842.

III. Catherine, b. April 21, 1786.

IV. Sally, b. Jan. 18, 1788.
V. Charles, b. May 30, 1790.

VI. Phoebe, b. July 31, 1794.
VII. Gertrude, b. Oct. 22, 1796.
VIII. Henry, b. Sept. 9, 1798.
IX. Gamaliel, b. Sept. 27, 1800.
X. Rachel Maria, b. Jan. 18, 1806; she m.
John E. Freer. One of these daugh-
ters m. Jacob Low.

4. Daniel Wakeman, m. Antze Cool, Jan. 11. 1777.

5. Jacob Wakeman, m. Annatze Van Nostrand, dau.
of Casparus Van Nostrand and Eva Frelinghuysen, and
begat,

I. Eva, who m. first, Jennings, and

begat five children; she m. second
Henry Maxson, and begat two child-
ren.
II. Thomas.

III. John.

IV. Frederick, who m. Schoonmaker,

and begat three children.

6. Marcus Wakeman, of New Paltz, m. Laura Van
Nostrand (b. Oct. 31, 1787; d. March 19, 1876), dau. of



374 WAKEMAN GENEALOGY.

Casparus Van Nostrand and Eva Frelinghuysen, and
begat,

7. I. Garrett Dubois, b. Sept. 14, 1806; d.
Sept. 10, j88o.

II. Jane, b. 19, 1807; sbe m. Parnur

Morehouse, and begat,

A. Nathan, who m. Abbie Van Etten, and begat,

a. William.

B. Henry.

C. Marcus, who lives at Warwick, N. Y., four

children.

8. III. Henry, b. Feb. 5, 1810.

9. IV. James, b. Dec. 16, 18 12.

10. V. Richard Brinkerhofr", b. Feb. 20, 18 14.
VI. Dinah, b. Feb. 28, 1816. She m. John

Houghtailing, and begat,

A. Amanda, who m. Isaac Warwick.

B. Henry.

C. Stewart.

D. Ann, who m. Stephen Loveland.

E. Charles.

F. Laura, who m. Plasz.

G. William.
H. David.

I. Jonathan.
J. Julia, who m. Scholey.

11. VII. Alexander, b. Feb. 28, 1819; d. Dec. 14,
1863.
VIII. Jacob, d. aged about 14 years.

IX. Sarah Ann, m. John Litz, and begat three

children.
X. Andrew Jackson, d. aged about 18 years.
XI. Charles.
XII. Marcus, d. aged about 12 years.

XIII. John.

XIV. Mary.
XV. Lavinia.



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY. 375

12. XVI. Frelinghuysen, b. Nov. 30, 1826; d June

3, 1868.
13. XVII. Daniel Tears, b. Aug. 27, 1832.
7. Garrett Dubois Wakeman, of Lackawack, Ulster
County, N. Y., m. in Neversink, N. Y. , 1829, Phebe
Gorton (b. Aug. 5, 181 1; d. Dec. 18, 1881), dau. of
William Gorton and Margaret Tombs, of Neversink,
and begat,

I. James R., b. Feb. 5, 1832; d. aged 20

years.
II. James, b. Dec. 6, 1833; d. aged a few
months.

III. Bathenia Maria, b. Dec. 6, 1833; m.

in Briggs St., Ulster County, N. Y.,
July 3, 1851, Simon Peter Bunting (b.
July 28, 1825), of Lackawack, and be-
gat,
A. Minnie E., b. June 2, 1867, m. July 6, 1887,

Romaine Bennett (b. Dec. 23, 1S66), and

begat,

a. Georgiana, b. May 21, 1888.

b. Mary Ethel, b. June 15, 1890.

c. James Walter, b. Sept. 1, 1892.

d. Eugene, b. Sept. 22. 1895.

e. Alice, b. May 23, 1898.

IV. Charles H., b. Nov. 30, 1838.

V. Edwin, b. April 6, 1842; d. Dec. 11,

i873-
VI. Lucy Ellen, b. Oct. 23, 1847. She m.
in Lackawack, Jan 17, 1867, Peter
Deyo Turner (b. Oct. 3, 1839), of Port
Hixon, and Lackawack, N. Y., and
begat,
A. Preston E., b. Aug. 18, 1869; d. May 10, 1897.
He m. Ida J. Smith, July 24, 1889, and
begat,

a. Pearl May, b. Nov. 1, 1889.

14. VII. William, b. March 7, 1853.



376 WAKEMAN GENEALOGY.

8. Henry Wakeman, of Sidney, Ohio, m. Oct. 26,
1833, Rachel Van Wagenen (b. Jan. 17, 1813; d. Nov.
5, 1887), and begat,

I. Angeline, b. Oct. 7, 1834 ; d. Jan. 8, 1836.
II. Sarah T., b. Nov. 2, 1836. She m. Wil-
liam M. Baker, of Shelby County,
Ohio.
III. Catherine, b. Oct. 8, 1838; d. May 10,
1842.

15. IV. Benjamin, b. Oct. 27, 1848

V. Anna Mariah, b. May 8, 1845. She m - '
William H. Corey, of Kansas City,
Kansas.

16. VI. Alexander, b. Jan. 23, 185 1.

VII. Mary Elizabeth, b. July 20, 1854. She
m. Feb. 22, 1872, Harrison M. Potts
(b. Feb. 27, 1847), of Sidney, Ohio,
and begat,

A. Elmer H., b. March 8, 1873.

B. William, b. Aug. 27, 1874.

9. James Wakeman, of Sodus Bay, N. Y., m.

and begat,

I. Charlotte, who m. Knight.

II. Wilbur.
JO. Richard Brinkerhoff Wakeman, m. Leah G. Gar-
rabrant (b. Feb. 17, 18 13), and begat,
I. Abraham S.
II. Mary Frances, b April 14, 1836.

III. Sarah E.

IV. Maggie A., m. Charles Rogers, of Sodus

Bay, and begat,

A. George.

B. Walter.

V. Jane L.
VI. Jane Amanda; m. Frederick W. Shrump,
and begat seven children.



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY. 377

VII. Laura Augusta, b. Sept 7, 1S55; m.
John V. Wakeman.
JJ. Alexander Wakeman, m. Dec. 31, 1846, Chris-
tina Ennist (b. Dec 22, 1825). They begat,
I. Dubois, b. April 9, 1848.
II. Margaret Ann, b. Nov. 28, 185 1. She
m. 1871, Calvin Schoonmaker, and
begat,

A. Carrie, who m. O. Odell.

B. Hattie, who m. Geo. Jarvis.

III. Sarah Catherine, b. Nov. 28, 1851; d.

December, 185 1.

IV. Carrie B., b. April 28, 1858; d. March

9, 1863.
Mrs. Wakeman m. second, Mr. Dupuy, and
lives at New Paltz.
12. Frelinghuysen Wakeman, m. June 12, 1852,
Caroline Quick (b. April 30, 1832), living at Momabuc,
N. Y. They begat,

17. I. John V., b. Oct. 12, 1853.

J3. Daniel Tears Wakeman, of Newburg, N. Y., m.
in Newburg, Oct. 17, 1863, Rosanna Girvin (b. Aug.
29, 1839), ^au. °f William Girvin, and begat,

18. I. William Howard, b. May 13, 1864.
19. II. Marcus M., b. Sept. 6, 1867.

20. III. Daniel A , b. Nov. 8, 1868.

IV. Laura, b. Dec. 12, 1869; d. Aug. 29, 1870.

V. Henry, b. Jan. 27, 1871.
VI. Peter J., b. March 27, 1872.
VII. Charles A., b. May 3, 1873.
VIII. Dora J., b. July 12, 1874; d. Aug. 19,
1894.
IX. John P., b. Nov. 26, 1875.
X. Frank E., b. April 1, 1876; d. Oct. 14,
1881.
XL Mary Josephine, b. May 22, 1880. She



378 WAKEMAN GENEALOGY.

m. William Williams, April 9, 1896,
and begat,
A. Daniel T., b. Sept. 18, 1896.
J4» William Wakeman, of Lackawack, m. there
Jan. 28, 1885, Mary Hoff (b. Aug. 1, 1863), dau. of
John Hoff and Rosa Ernhurst, of Lackawack. They
begat,

I. Phebe Rosanna, b. Dec. 4, 1885.
J5. Benjamin Wakeman, of Shelby County, O., m.
Annie E. Close.

J6» Alexander Wakeman, of Sidney, O., m. Sept.
13, 18S2, Minnie English (b. June 6, 1861), and begat,
I. J. Warren, b. July 22, 1883; d. June 17,
1887.
II. Henry Grover, b. Sept. 19, 1886.

III. Edna Myrtle, b. Aug. 10, 1892.

IV. Jennie Marie, b. Dec. 27, 1893. t
J7. John V. Wakeman, of Glen Ridge, N. J., m.

April 8, 1880, Laura Augusta, dau. of No. 10 above,
and begat,

I. John Frelinghuysen, b. July 28, 188 — ;
d. Jan. 2, 1888.
II. Richard B., b. March 19, 1884.
J8. William Howard Wakeman, of Newburgh, m.
there May 19, 1891, Annie McTrustry (b. July 28,
1870), dau. of William, and begat,

I. Frank Allen, b. Jan. 22, 1892.
II. William 0., b. April 23, 1894.

III. Annie Rose, b. July 29, 1897.

IV. Edith, b. Sept. 9, 1895; d. July 23,

1896.
V. Hugh William, b. April 9, 1S93.
J9. Marcus M. Wakeman, of Newburgh, m. May 22,
1890, Carrie Elizabeth Bignell (b. July 29, 1874; d. Oct.
15, 1894), and begat,



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY. 379

I. Rosa A , b. Aug. 5, 1891; d. Oct. 15,
1893.
II. Carrie E.,b. Oct. 14, 1893.
20. Daniel A. Wakeman, m. Nov. 26, 1893, Nellie
Gray (b. July 18, 1861), dau. of John Gray, of New
York city, and begat,

I. Lillie, b. Dec. 26, 1895.
II. A boy, b. Oct. 9, 1897.

Here follows the lineage of Henry Wakeman, of
Bloomingburgh, N. Y., and believed to have been the
the son of 3, Henry, above, and b. Sept. 9, 1798.

J, Henry Wakeman, of Bloomingburgh, m. and

begat,

3. I. David D., b. Oct. 17, 1825; d. March

21, 1876.

II. Eliza.

III. Mary Ann.

2. Malvern Wakeman, of Milwaukee, probably a
brother of Henry, of Bloomingburg, m. and begat,

I. Daniel.

II. Philip.

III. Henry.

3. David D. Wakeman, of Newburgh, m. in Bloom-
ingburgh, Nov. 25, 1852, Rachel Norris (b. 1832), and

begat,

I. Eva, b. Dec. 2, 1858; d. Aug. 29, 1865.

The following line is supposed to have descended
from a son of Stephen Wakeman, of Greenfield Hill,
Conn., who died in 1760 or 1761. See No. n, on
page 169.

j. Wakeman, m. Sarah Nichols (b. May 11,

1774; d. May 30, 1840), and begat,

2. I. Daniel, b. Dec. 16, 1795; d. September,
1868.
Mrs. Sarah (Nichols) Wakeman m.



380 WAKEMAN GENEALOGY.

Ichabod Jennings, Nov. n, 1805, an( ^
begat,

A. Levi.

B. Andrew.

2. Daniel Wakeman, of Danbury, Conn., m. Nov.
23, 18 — , Lois Crofut (d. May 1, 1872). dau. of Levi
and Susan Crofut, of Bethel, Conn., and begat,

3. I. Andrew, b. September, 1818; d. Jan.
14, 1882.

3. Andrew Wakeman, of Bethel, Conn., m. there
Sarah E. Hawley (d. March, 1866), dau. of Charles and
Anna Hawley, of Newtown, Conn., and begat,

I. E. Beers.
II. Susan Lois.
III. Cornelia.
4. IV. Edward Beach, b. Feb. 18, 1866.

4. Edward Beach Wakeman, of Oxford, Conn., m.
in South East Center, N. Y., Nov. 19. 1881, Mary J.
Drapeau (b. 1867), dau. of Benjamin and Lucy Dra-
peau, of Canada.

ENGLISH LINE OF WAKEMANS NOW LIVING IN THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA.

J. John Wakeman, of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire,
England, was. b. , m. and d. there. His wife's name
was Phebe. They begat,
I. George.
II. James.

III. Mary, who m. Mr. Amos.

IV. William.
V. John.

VI. Adam.
VII. Emma.
VIII. Thomas, a soldier in the 59th Regt.
IX. Henry W., bap. June 24, 1838.
2. Henry W. Wakeman, of St. Louis, Mo., m. there
May 27, 1876, Louisa Pfaff, who d. Nov. 13, 1893.



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY. 381



APPENDIX.



ADDITIONAL ENGLISH DATA.



HP HE following data was procured by Mr. Emory
* McClintock, by personal research in the British
Museum, in the Spring of 1900. It shows, as he says
in a personal letter, that "It would appear that our
uncle John was Prior when the Abbacy became vacant,
and hurried to London to see about it; that Cromwell
held up the ' temporalities ' until he could secure a sat-
isfactory man for Abbot ; that John agreed to be satis-
factory ; that Cromwell sent inspectors to threaten the
election of a stranger unless the monks allowed the
King to choose among themselves; and that after six
days' caucusing the monks gave up their right to elect
on a compromise by which the King should not choose
a stranger. "

" The letter of John to Kingston the moment it was
over shows that the whole thing was cut and dried."



LETTERS OF ABBOT WAKEMAN IN GAIRDNER'S LETTERS
AND PAPERS, HENRY VIII. (POLITICS OF THE PERIOD.)

Vol. VII., 189: 11 April, 1534. John Wyche, prior
of Tewkesbury, to Sir Will Kingston: "I thank you
for your great diligence in my behalf at my last being
in London for the election. On Tuesday, 7 April, Dr.
Tregonwell and Dr. Bagard delivered to me and the



382 WAKEMAN GENEALOGY.

convent the King's letters. When I had read the same
before my brethren, we returned the King hearty
thanks, and on the morrow, observing that we were re-
ferred to their credence, I was informed by them that
we should take the form of a compromise in our elec-
tion, referring the matter to the King's pleasure, which
we did, four only excepted."

Vol. VI.: 1533 [error for 1534], n April, Tewkes-
bury. John Tregonwell and Thos. Bagard to Crom-
well: "We have this instant obtained the election of
the abbot of Tewkesbury by compromise. As it was
noised among the brethren that great labor and suit
were made for a stranger to be abbot, we could not by
all our policy during these six days obtain more, unless
we had promised that one of their own convent should
be abbot. We were the more ready to consent, because
you told me, John Tregonwell, at my departure, that
the King did not intend to prefer a stranger, and that
such a compromise would not be unacceptable. We
beg you will move the King to respect our promise. "

Petition of Convent, 6 May, 1534: royal assent at
Greenwich May 15: ratified "with restitution of tem-
poralities" 10 June, 1534. (It would seem that his
majesty held up the " temporalities " till he was suited
with the election.)

Vol. IX., 229: 24 Oct., 1535. John, Abbot of Tewkes-
bury, to Cromwell: "I thank you for your goodness
at my preferment, and for your loving commendations
to the King when he was at Tewkesbury, as yet unde-
served of me." Says he sends Cromwell a horse and
^20 to buy a saddle.

King Henry signed a patent from the Monastery at
Tewkesbury on 29 July, 1535.



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY. 383

HOW THE WAKEMANS MAY HAVE GOT THEIR LANDS IN
GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

Dugdale's Monasticon, II., 84, 85, mentions among
lands belonging to Tewkesbury abbey the following
places: Sonthwike, Muyth, Forthampton, and Didcot,
the latter in parish of Beckford.

Tanner's Notitia Monastica, article "Tewkesbury,"
says that the Abbey had "lands in Becford" — not the
Beckford Priory lands.

Fosbrooke's Gloucestershire, II., 280: "The demesne
of the manor of Tewkesbury in this place [Mythe] .
was granted to Daniel and Alexander Perte, who had
license (Pat. 7 Edw. VI.) to alienate to Will Thorneby
and Rich. Wakeman." This seems to have been sepa-
rate from the Abbey lands in the Mythe, which seem
to have been in Richard's possession earlier. A patent
of 1 Edw. VI., refers to lands in the Mythe which had
been "in the tenure of Rich. Tyndall and Rich. Wake-
man."

List of "Pentions," 12 Jan., 31 Henry VIII., in Dug-
dale II., 83: "J. Wakeman, late abbot, to have the
house of Forthampton with the demaynes belonging to
the same and the tithes of the tenants of Forthampton
aforesaid and Swynle in ferme for the yerely rent of
^8:13 :i," and pension per annum of ^266 113:8.

Atkyns' Gloucestershire indicates that Richard of
Beckford bought much of his land from Coningsby, who
married heiress of Sir R. Lee. This purchase seems to
have been late in the sixteenth century. Perhaps he
began with some small holdings, favored by the Bishop.



3»4



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY.



INDEX OF NAMES.



Abel, Elizabeth, 271.
Adams, Ann, 188.
Adams, Augusta, 284.
Adams, Charles, 284.
Adams, Davis, 153.
Adams, Emma J., 353.
Adams, Eunice B., 283.
Adams, Geo. 353.
Adams, Joseph, 351.
Adams, Joshua, 292.
Adams, Mary, 176, 203, 284.
Adams, Mary E., 292.
Adams, Nathaniel. 188, 196,

203.
Adams, Phoebe A., 345.
Adams, Rebecca, 196.
Adams, Ruth, 268.
Adams, Sarah J., 351.
Adams, Squire, 201.
Adams, Stephen, 176.
Adams, Thomas, 283.
Adams, W. H., 284.
Agney, Francenah, 335.
Agney, Irving, 335.
Ainsworth, Alonzo, 335.
Ainsworth, Helen E., 335.
Alderman, Adeline A., 266.
Alderman, Almeda P., 266.
Alderman, Arza S., 266.
Alderman, Caroline, 266.
Alderman, Charlotte, 266.
Alderman, D. S., 266.
Alderman, E. S., 266.
Alderman, Finetta, 266.
Alderman, Flewella W., 266.
Alderman, Francis, 266.
Alderman, Franklin G., 266.
Alderman, Ida B., 266.
Alderman, James W., 266.
Alderman, Jane M., 266.
Alderman, Marietta, 266.
Alderman, Ransom R., 266.



Alderman, Ruhamah F., 266.
Alderman, Viana D., 266.
Aldrich, C. L., 298.
Aldrich, Georgia A., 298.
Aldrich, Joseph W., 298.
Aldrich, Jules, 298.
Aldrich, Roy, 298.
Alexander, Jedediah, 314.
Alexander, Mary A., 314.
Allen, Abigail, 171.
Allen, C. E., 295.
Allen, Charlotte, 352.
Allen, Cora E., 371.
Allen, David, 200.
Allen, Gershom, 352.
Allen, Gideon, 148, 171.
Alien, Hannah, 200.
Allen, James, 371.
Allen, Mr., 74, 126.
Allin, Gideon, 126, 148.
Ailing, Chas., 324.
Ailing, Roger, 69, 74.
Ailing, Ruhamah, 324.
Allyn, John, 118
Alsupp, Joseph, 63, 64.
Alvord, Catherine, 320.
Alvord, David, 169.
Alvord, John, 169.
Alvord, Melzar, 320.
Alvord, Sarah, 169.
Aly, Elizabeth, 29.
Aly, Theophilus, 29.
Anderson, Annette, 286.
Anderson, Carl, 332.
Anderson, Geo. F., 332.
Anderson, Hattie B., 332.
Anderson, Henry, 287.
Anderson, Herbert, 332.
Anderson, Julia, 287.
Anderson, Mary A., 287.
Andrews, Abraham, 175.
Andrews, Amanda, 279.



WAKEMAN GENEALOGY.



385



Andrews, Carlie, 279.
Andrews, Catherine, 175.
Andrews, Charles, 279.
Andrews, D., 193.
Andrews, Daniel, 193.
Andrews, E., 193.
Andrews, Eunice, 295.
Andrews, Francis, 295.
Andrews, Hannah, 175.
Andrews, H. L., 279.
Andrews, Keziah, 193.
Andrews, R. P., 279.
Andrews, Samuel, 175.
Andrews, S. P., 193.
Andrews, Will, 49.
Archibald, Bessie, 245.
Archibald, Florence O., 245.
Archibald, Thomas, 245.
Arnold, Dorothy, 158.
Arnold, Elisa, 158.
Arnold, Elizabeth, 44, 159, 338.
Arnold, Emmons, 159.
Arnold, Enoch, 158.
Arnold, Frederick Kellogg,

159.
Arnold, John, 158.
Arnold, Jonathan, 158, 159.
Arnold, Joseph, 44, 158.
Arnold, Lucy, 158.
Arnold, Maria, 159.
Arnold, Mary N., 159.
Arnold, Nathaniel, 338.
Arnold, Ruth J., 159.
Arnold, Samuel, 158.
Arnold, Susanna, 158, 159.
Arnold, Sylvia, 287.
Arnold, Win., 287.
Attwater, Joshua, 47.
Atwater, Bro. 47, 50, 56.
Atwood, James, 215.
Augur, Mr., 66.
Austin, Augusta, 367.
Austin, Edgar D., 367.
Avaria, Jane, 328.
Avery, A. F., 297.
Avery, Amanda, 314.
Avery, Amos, 296.
Avery, B. L., 296.
Avery, Carrie A., 297.
Avery, C. E., 296.
Avery, Daniel, 314.
Avery, G. E., 297.
Avery, Maria, 296.

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Avery, Mary L., 297.
Avery, W. S., 297.
Ayre, Joan, 37.



Bacon, Charles W., 279.
Bacon, Debby M., 279.
Bacon, Nelson, 279.
Bacon, Sarah, 279.
Badger, George, 36.
Badger, John, 38.
Bagget, Frauncis, 30.
Bailey, Charles, 249.
Bailey, Frances, 40.
Bailey, Hattie, 249.
Bailey, Lucy, 40.
Bailey, Mr., 40.
Baird, Miss, 238.
Baker, Delia M., 310.
Baker, Dwight, 310.
Baker, Eliza, 250.
Baker, Jarvis S., 291.
Baker, Mary Ann, 250.
Baker, Mr., 250.
Baker, Polly, 250.
Baker, Sarah, 263.
Baker, Sarah T., 376.
Baker, Virginia M., 291.
Baker. W. M., 376.
Baldwin, Ellen L., 243.
Baldwin, Geo. R., 216.
Baldwin, Jonathan, 160.
Baldwin, Nathaniel Stow, 243.
Baldwin, Sarah E., 216.
Baldwin, Susanna, 160.
Baldwin, Widow, 54.
Banks, Aaron, 217, 258.
Banks, Abigail, 217, 258, 335.
Banks, Abram, 185.
Banks, Albert, 186.
Banks, Amelia, 204.
Banks, Ann Augusta, 217.
Banks, Anna, 214, 217, 227.
Banks, Benjamin, 177, 202, 203.
Banks, Benjamin, Mrs., 202.
Banks, Caroline, 335.
Banks, Catherine, 217.
Banks, Charity, 178.
Banks, Charles, 186.
Banks, Clarissa, 238.
Banks, Cynthia, 178.
Banks, David, 177.
Banks, Deborah, 178.



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Banks, Ebenezer, 186, 227.

Banks, Elizabeth, 185.

Banks, Emily, 186.

Banks, Emma, 217.

Banks, Georgia, 217.

Banks, Harriet, 186.

Banks, Hester, 204.

Banks, Hyot, 186.

Banks, Jonathan, 185, 217.

Banks, Joseph, 335.

Banks, Manila, 271.

Banks, Mary, 184, 185.

Banks, Mary Josephine, 217.

Banks, Milly, 186.

Banks, Molly, 185.



Online LibraryRobert Peel WakemanWakeman genealogy, 1630-1899 : being a history of the descendants of Samuel Wakeman, of Hartford, Conn., and of John Wakeman, treasurer of New Haven colony, with a few collaterals included → online text (page 27 of 32)