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and was living at 71 Emmet Street, Newark, N. J., in Sept. 1875, unmar-
ried, his business being at 470 Broome Street, New York.

V. Frederick Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 5 Dec. 1858; and was
living at 71 Emmet Street, Newark, N. J., in Sept. 1875.



Chil. of Charles Henry and Fanny (Gregory) Shepard.

I. Leroy Ferry Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 6 Feb. 1844; married
at Utica, N. Y., 26 Jan. 1869, by Rev. P. H. Fowler, D.D., Congregational,
to Marian Augusta Barber, dau. of Amasiah Dutton and Jane (Farmelee)
Barber, of Utica. They were living at 125 Genesee Street, Utica, in Sept.
1875.



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II. Starr Gregory Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 10 Sept. 1849; and
was living at 125 Genesee Street, Utica, N. Y., in Sept. 1875, unmarried.

III. Martha Jane Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 6 Sept. 1854; and
was living there in Sept. 1875, unmarried.

IV. Oliver Shepard, b. at Bethel, Conn., 11 Jan. 1864.



Chil. of Andrew Comstock and Martha (Ramsay) Shepard.

I. Anson George Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 7 Ap. 185 1; was

living at Leavenworth, Kansas, unmarried, in Aug. 1875.

II. Charles Arthur Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 27 June 1853;
was living at Warrensburgh, Mo., unmarried, in Aug. 1875.

Chil. of Andrew Comstock and Hattie Clarissa (Wildman) Shepard.

III. Susan Waller Shepard, b. at Pleasant Hill, Mo., 29 Ap. 1866.

IV. Horace Wildman Shepard, b. at Pleasant Hill, Mo., 23 Ap.
1872.



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Chil. of George Irving and Susanna (Loper) Shepard.

I. Sarah Loper Shepard, b. at Guilford, Conn., 23 Sept. 1845 ; died
at Warsaw, Mo., 11 Nov. 1846, and was buried there.

II. Sarah Loper Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 28 Oct, 1847; mar-
ried at Pleasant Hill, Mo., 15 Feb. 1871, by Rev. D'Estaing Jennings,
Protestant Episcopal, to George Doty Little. They were living at 2707
Thomas Street, St. Louis, Mo., in Aug. 1875.

III. Anna Loper Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 22 Aug. 1852; died
at Guilford, Conn., 3 Jan. 1858, and was buried there.

Chil. of George Irving and Clara Trowbridge (Parsons) Shepard.

IV. George Parsons Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., i Oct. 1856;
died at Warsaw, 9 Dec. 1857, ^"^^ was buried there.



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V. Martha Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 24 Nov. 1857; died at
Warsaw, 29 Ap. 1861, and was buried there.

VI. Laura Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 10 Ap. 1859.

VII. William Parsons Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 28 Jan. 1862;
died at Bethel, Conn., 3 March 1 864, and was buried there.

VIII. Clara Trowbridge Shepard, b. at Warsaw, Mo., 5 May 1863.



Chil. of Philo Camp and Julia Ann (Shepard) Merwin.

I. Florida Shepard Merwin, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 14 May 185 1;
and was living there in Sept. 1875, unmarried.

II. Julia Belle Merwin, b. at Brookfield, Conn., 26 Feb. 1856; and
was living there in Sept. 1875, unmarried.



Chil. of Ellas Bristol and Sally (Lockwood) Sanford.

I. Isaac Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 27 Ap. 181 5; a minister of
the Methodist Episcopal Church ; married at Patchogue, L. I., 5 Dec.
1 841, by Rev. Samuel W. King, Methodist Episcopal, to Lovisa Ann
Weeks, dau. of Benjamin and Eleanor (Hunt) Weeks, of Patchogue. She
was born at Westchester, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1821. He was admitted, on trial,
to the New York Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church
in June 1840; was pastor at Stamford, Conn., and Pound Ridge, N. Y.,
till 1841; at Patchogue, L. I., till 1842; ordained deacon, May 1842;
pastor at Westbrook and Saybrook, Conn., till 1844; ordained elder, June
1844; pastor of Riverhead and Jamesport, L. I., till 1846; at Huntington,
L. I., till 1847; ^t Goshen, Conn., till 1848; at Cornwall and Ellsworth,
Conn., till 1850; at Brookfield and Southville, Conn., till 1852; at Bur-
lington, Conn., till 1854; at Southbury, Conn., till 1856; at Woodbury,
Conn., till 1858; at Windsor and Windsor Locks, Conn., till i860; at
Wethersfield, Conn., till 1861; at Berlin, Conn., till 1862; at Ponset and
Killingworth, Conn., till 1864; when he was given a superannuated relation
till 1865 ; pastor at Durham, Conn., till 1866, when he was again superan-
nuated. In 1867, 68, and 69, he was classed as supernumerary, and again,
in 1870, as superannuated; which relation has since continued. He was
living at Middlefield, Conn., in Sept. 1875; and at Barkhamsted, Conn.,
in Dec. 1875.



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II. Lockwood Sanford, b. at Waterbury, Conn., 5 Ap. 1817; an
engraver ; was living at 646 West Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn., in
Aug. 1875.

Chil. of Elias Bristol and Lucretia (Fayerweather) Sanford.

III. Joseph Burrel Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 11 Feb. 1821; a
lumberman and farmer; married at Preston, Penn., 10 Sept. 1846, Mary
Jane Woodmansee, dau. of James and Polly (Underwood) Woodmansee,
of Preston, where she was born 20 Nov. 1824. They settled at Preston,
where he had dwelt since 1839; ^^^^ were living there in Oct. 1875, near
Island Pond post-office. He has held various town offices.

IV. Sarah Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 6 Ap. 1823; married
Stephen Niles; died 16 Feb. 1863, and was buried at Mount Pleasant,
Penn.

V. Francis Asbury Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 9 Jan. 1825; a
tailor; married at Harford, Penn., 4 Feb. 1846, Harriet Elizabeth Rice,
born at Hubbardston, Mass., 23 Feb. 1827, dau. of Amos Jones and Sarah
(Green) Rice. They died at Preston, Penn., (he, 11 Feb. 1869; she, 6
March 1874), and were buried there, in Little York Cemetery.

VI. Edson Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 18 Oct. 1826; an engraver;
was living at Meriden, Conn., in Sept. 1875. He served for about four
years in the war of 1861.

VII. Ann Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 11 Ap. 1829; a milliner;
was living at Sandy Hook, in Newtown, Conn., in Sept. 1875, unmarried.

VIII. Luman Wayne Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 11 July 1832;
a carpenter; married at Table Rock, Neb., i May 1861, by Rev. George
L. Griffing, Methodist, to Sarah Frances Cook, dau. of James K. and

(Martin) Cook, of Table Rock. She was born in Illinois in 184 1.

They dwelt at Table Rock till 1873, when they moved to Buffalo Co., Neb.,
and settled on a homestead, two and a half miles south of Shelton. He
enlisted in Aug. 1862, in the 13th Reg. of Kansas Volunteer Infantry, and
served in the Army of the Frontier for thirty-five months ; taking part in
the battles of Cane Hill, Nov. 1862, and Prairie Grove, 7 Dec. 1862, and in
the raid on Van Buren, Ark., 28 Dec. 1862. He was mustered out of the
U. S. service at Little Rock, Ark., 26 June; and discharged from the army
at Leavenworth, Kansas, 19 July 1865. He was living at Preston, Penn.,
in Feb. 1876.

IX. Susanna Jane Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 23 March 1835;



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married at Sandy Hook, Conn., 20 Nov. 1856, by Rev. Isaac Sanford,
Methodist Episcopal, to Joseph Bearce Weed, a carpenter, son of Eleazer
and Melinda (Fanton) Weed, of Danbury, Conn, where he was born 18
Sept. 1830. They dwelt at Sandy Hook till March 1857; ^t Norwich,
N, Y., till Aug. 1859; at Sandy Hook till Oct. 1865 ; and then moved to
Preston, Penn., where they were still living in Jan. 1876, on a farm near
Lake Como post-office. He enlisted in Sept. 1861, at Newtown, Conn.,
in Co. I, 8th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infantry; reenlisted, as a veteran, 5 Jan.
1864; and was discharged 15 July 1865, for disability, at U. S. General
Hospital, Fortress Monroe, Va. He took part in many battles — including
Roanoke Island, 8 Feb. 1862 ; Newburn, 14 March 1862 ; Fort Macon, 26
Ap. 1862; South Mountain, 14 Sept. 1862; Antietam, 17 Sept. 1862;
Fredericksburgh, 11 Dec. 1862; and West Branch, 19 Ap. 1863 — closing
at Cold Harbor, 4 June 1864, where he was color-sergeant, and was
wounded in the spinal column, so severely as to be permanently disabled.

X. Elias Fayerweather Sanford, b. at Monroe, Conn., 2 Aug. 1837;
a teacher and civil engineer; graduated at the Normal School in New
Britain, Conn., 1861; married at Salisbury, Conn., 3 July 1867, by Rev. Q.
J. Collin, Methodist Episcopal, to Jeannette Everts, dau. of Peter P. and
Tryphena (Barnett) Everts, of Salisbury, where she was born 10 May
1838. They settled at Ore Hill, in Salisbury, and were living there in
Oct. 1875. He served, as corporal, in Co. C, 17th Reg., Conn. Vol. Infan-
try, from 18 Aug. 1862 till 31 Aug. 1863.



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Chil. of Samuel Norman and Anna Maria (Shepard) Sanford.

I. Jerusha Sanford, b. in Taunton district, Newtown, Conn., in 181 5;
a teacher for several years; married in Feb. 1838, in the Methodist Church,
Newtown, by Rev. Mr. Stebbins, Methodist, to Zaimon Lyon. They dwelt
in Rock House district, Weston, Conn., till i Ap. 1839; in Sandy Hook
district, Newtown, till i Ap. 1840; and then moved to Southbury, Conn.,
where she died in March 1 841. She was buried near her husband's first
wife, at Weston. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
It is thought that he died and was buried in one of the western States.

II. Anna Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., in i8i8;j
died when nine months old, and was buried in Taunton district, Newtown, i

i

III. Laura Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., in Aug.
1822; married Willis Lucius Clinton, who died at Columbus, S. C, 15
Dec. 1873. She died of consumption, 3 Sept. 1874, at Ansonia, Conn.,



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and was buried there. They were communicants of the Protestant Epis-
copal Church.

IV. Elizabeth Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., 21 May
1827; married at Hawleyville, Newtown, 6 May 1866, by Rev. Newton
E. Marble, D.D., rector of Trinity (Episcopal) Church at Newtown, to
James Turner, a farmer, son of John and Anna (Cole) Turner, of Brook-
field, Conn. He was born at New Fairfield, Conn., 20 March 1825. They
settled at Newtown, and were living there, without children, in Aug. 1875,
communicants of the Protestant Episcopal Church.

V. Frances Louisa Sanford, twin, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown,
Conn., 28 May 1830; married at the house of her parents, in Newtown,
5 May 1849, by Rev. Benjamin Stone, to Levi Beers Fairchild, a hatter,
son of Levi and Anna (Shepard) Fairchild, of Newtown, where he was born
10 May 1828. They dwelt, for a short time, at Bethel, Conn. ; at Brook-
field Centre, Conn., till Ap. 185 1; at Brookfield Depot, till 1854; at
Danbury, Conn., till the Autumn of i860; at Brewster's Station, N. Y.,
till the Spring of 1 868 ; and then returned to Danbury, where they were
still living in Aug. 1875.

VI. Lorenzo Dow Sanford, twin, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown,
Conn., 28 May 1830; a wood-turner; married at Derby, Conn., 23 Ap.
1855, Aurelia Lucinda Norton, dau. of Rodney F. and Lucinda (Blakeslee)
Norton, of Bristol, Conn., where she was born 1 1 Feb. 1836. They settled
at Derby, and were living there in Sept. 1875.

VII. Fredericic Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn,, in
Aug. 1832 ; married in 1855, at Derby, Conn., Eunice Clark. They were
living at Birmingham, Conn., in Aug. 1875.



Chil. of John and Mary Maria (Nettleton) Sanford.

I. Marietta Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., 11 Sept.
1842; married at Newtown, 2 May 1866, Henry Wakely, a mechanic, son
of Henry and Sarah (French) Wakely, of Reading, Conn., where he was
born 31 July 1846. He died at Reading, 21 Ap. 1871, and was buried
there. He enlisted at New York City, 2 Oct. 1861, in Co. F, 66th Reg.,
N. Y. S. Vol. Infantry ; and was discharged at Washington, D. C, 27 Oct.
1864. She was married (2d), 15 Ap. 1873, at Newtown, by Rev. H. B.
Smith, Congregational, to Frederick Clark Hungerford, a farmer, son of
Glover and Harriet (Couch) Hungerford, of Washington, Conn. He was



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born at New Milford, Conn., i Feb. 1849. They settled at Washington,
Conn., and were living there in Nov. 1875.

II. John Lyman Sanford, b. at Sandy Hook, Newtown, Conn., 17
Aug. 1843; a mechanic; married at South Norwalk, Conn., i Jan. 1871,
by Rev. Daniel A. Goodsell, Methodist Episcopal, to Isabel Judson, dau.
of John Bennet and Caroline (White) Judson, of Newtown, where she was
born 3 1 May 1 844. They settled at Sandy Hook, and were living there in
Oct. 1875, without children.



Chil. of Luman Andrus and Julia Ann (Carpenter) Sanford.

I. Mary Jane Sanford, b. at Chazy, N. Y., 31 Aug. 1836; married
at Rockford, 111., 20 Aug. 1862, by her father, to John Emory Benedict,
a farmer, son of Rev. Timothy and Mary G. (Chamberlin) Benedict, ^ of
Belvidere, 111. He was born at Waterford, N. Y., 10 May 1832; enlisted
at Belvidere, 15 Aug. 1862, in Co. G, 95th Reg., 111. Vol. Infantry; was
killed in battle before Vicksburgh, Miss., 19 May 1863, and was buried at
Vicksburgh. They had no children. She dwelt at Asbury, III., for one
year and six months; and in 1871, settled at Conwa, Iowa, where she was
living in Oct. 1875.

II. Ellen Maria Sanford, b. at Pittsfield, Mass., i May 1841; mar-
ried at Sandwich, III, 16 Sept. 1869, by her father, to Albert Smith, of the
same place, a farmer, son of Jehiel and Roxa (White) Smith, of Rock Falls,
111. He was born in Allegany Co., N. Y., 6 Nov. 1843. They dwelt at
Asbury, III, till March 1871; and then settled at Conwa, Iowa, where
they were still living in Oct. 1875. He served in the war of 1861.

III. Elizabeth Aurelia Sanford, b. at North Adams, Mass., 3 Ap.
1843 ; died at Granville, N. Y., 24 Dec. 1848, and was buried there.

IV. Edwin Clapp Sanford, b. at Albany, N. Y., 28 June 1848; a
book-keeper; was living at Chicago, 111., unmarried, in Aug. 1875, at the
corner of State and Washington Streets.



Chil. of Julius and Mary Elizabeth (Parsons) Sanford.

I. Ellen Louise Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 22 Jan. 1850; was
living with her parents, unmarried, at 416 Chapel Street, New Haven,
Conn., in Aug. 1875.

I See the Benedict Genealogy, p. 128.
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II. Catharine Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 19 June i860; died
at Newtown, i Sept. i860, and was buried there.

III. Gertrude Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 28 July 1866; was
living with her parents, at 416 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn., in Aug.
1875.



Chil. of Henry and Mary Elizabeth (Booth) Sanford.

I. Annie Elizabeth Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 29 Aug. 1850;
and was living there in July 1875, unmarried.

II. Sarah Edward Sanford, b. at Newtown, Conn., 5 Aug. 1861.



Chil. of George Bennett and Charlotte (Sanford) Wheeler.

I. Emily Alice Wheeler, b. at Newtown, Conn., 25 May 1852; mar-
ried at the house of her parents, in Dyersville, Iowa, 27 Sept. 1874, by
Rev. Charles H. Seymour, Episcopal, to George Henry McKee, of the same
place, son of Almon Thompson and Elizabeth (Odes) McKee. He was
born at Fond du Lac, Wis., 4 Sept. 1850. They dwelt at Dyersville in
Sept. 1875.

II. Harriet Maria Wheeler, b. at Newtown, Conn., 9 Dec. 1854;
married at the house of her parents, in Dyersville, Iowa, 28 Sept. 1874, by
Rev. Charles H. Seymour, Episcopal, to Walter McKee, of the same place,
a harness- maker, son of Almon Thompson and Elizabeth (Odes) McKee.
He was born at Clayton, N. Y., 1 5 Jan. 1 848. They dwelt at Dyersville in
Sept. 1875.



Chil. of George Wood and Mary Josephine (Sanford) Fuller.

I. Henry Blake Fuller, b. in Adams Street, near State, Chicago, 111.,
9 Jan. 1857.

II. Harriet Josephine Fuller, b. at 872 Michigan Avenue, Chicago,
111., 6 Jan. 1859.

III. Mary Sanford Fuller, b. at 883 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111.,
8 June 1869.



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Chil. of Thomas and Mary Elizabeth (Schimpf) Sanford.

I. Henry Thomas Sanford, b. at Chicago, 111., 16 Ap. 1870.

II. Harriet B. Sanford, b. at Chicago, III., 17 Jan. 1873; died there,
30 Aug. 1874, and was buried in Oakwoods Cemetery.

III. Mary Louisa Sanford, b. at 62 Arbor Place, Chicago, III., 29
Aug. 1875.



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Chil. of Daniel Edwin and Betsey Ann (Criffin) Foote.

I. Frances Maria Foote, b. at Hobart, N, Y., i June 1846; died 22
Oct. 1848.

II. Samuel Griffin Foote, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 17 July 1850; and
was living there in Nov. 1875, unmarried.

Chil. of Daniel Edwin and Sally Adelia (Could) Foote.

III. William Selleck Foote, b. at La Fayette, Ohio, 18 June 1867.

IV. Fayette Foote, b. at La Fayette, Ohio, 29 Oct. 1870.



Chil. of Henry Bailey and Lucretia (Eells) Foote.

I. Edwin Bailey Foote, b. at Stamford, N. Y., 6 Feb. 1857.

II. Emma Adelia Foote, b. at Stamford, N. Y., 1 1 March 1863.

III. Franic Seymour Foote, b. at Stamford, N. Y., i May 1866.



Child of Charles Austin and Jerusha Ann (Buck) Foote.

I. Orlando Bailey Foote, b. at Harpersfield, N. Y., 26 Feb. 1846;
married, ii June 1873, Ella Eudora Stevens, dau. of Samuel and Alvira
(Sherman) Stevens.



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Chil. of Albert and Loanda (Patchin) Foote.

I. David Foote.

II. Frances M. Foote.

III. Harriet Foote.

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Chil. of James Harvey and Minerva (Foote) Butler.

I. Horace Greeley Butler.

II. Harvey V. Butler, was living at Walton, N. Y., in Sept. 1875.

III. Laura Butler.



Child of William B. and Sarah Elizabeth (Swart) Foote.
I. Bertha Adeline Foote, b. at Hobart, N. Y., 9 Dec. 1866.



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Chil. of Ira and Sally Ann (Foote) Wager.

10767 I. Eugene Frederick Wager, b. at Davenport, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1848;
was living at Covington, Ind., in Feb. 1876.

10768 II. Henry Frederick Wager, b. at Davenport, N. Y., 27 Aug. 1850;
died at Genoa, 111., 24 Feb. 1853.

10769 III. Charles Delbert Wager, b. at Genoa, 111., 6 Sept. 1855; died
there, 3 Feb. 1856.

10770 IV. Evelyn Losina Wager, b. at De Kalb, 111., 3 Aug. 1857.

1077 1 V. James Wager, b. at De Kalb, III, 10 March 1862 ; died there, 11
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Chil. of Richard and Hannah (Foote) Wilcox.

I. Josephine Wilcox, b. at Davenport, N. Y., 2 Ap. 1849; married
at Elmira, N. Y., 3 July 1865, Leman C. Palmer, a farmer, son of Lewis
and Rebecca (West) Palmer. They settled at Centreville, Penn., and were
living there in Aug. 1 876.

II. Celestia Wilcox, b. at Davenport, N. Y., 26 Nov. 1851; died at
Southport, N. Y., 19 Sept. 1852, and was buried there.

III. Imogene Wilcox, b. at Southport, N. Y., 25 March 1854; died
at Southport, 25 Aug. 1854, ^^d was buried there.

IV. Callsta L. Wilcox, b. at Southport, N. Y., 4 July 1855; married
at Wellsburgh, N. Y., 22 Dec. 1873, Levi William Redfleld, son of Stephen
and Frances (Garrison) Redfield, i of Southport, where he was born 16 June
1851.

V. Homer R. Wilcox, b. at Southport, N. Y., 17 Sept. 1857.

VI. Nerval H. Wilcox, b. at Southport, N. Y., 11 June i860.

VII. Cora EloVse Wilcox, b. at Southport, N. Y, 26 Jan. 1863.



Chil. of Norman and Frances Emily (Foote) Durham.

I. Clement Henry Durham, b. at Genoa, 111., i June 1851; and died
there, 20 Oct. 185 1.

II. Losina Jane Durham, b. at Genoa, III, i Aug. 1852; and died
there, 20 Dec, 1852.

Chil. of Dorman and Frances Emily (Foote) Cowles.

III. Frances Emily Cowles, b. at Genoa, 111., 20 March 1855.

IV. Orra W. Cowles, b. at Lowell, Mich., 17 Aug. 1858.

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Chil. of Edward Peter and Amanda Melissa (Cleason) Foote.

I. Frederick Foote, b. at Genoa, 111., 28 Ap. 1866.

II. Willard Foote, b. at Genoa, 111., 8 July 1868.

III. Jenny Louisa Foote, b. at Genoa, 111., 26 July 1871.



Chil. of Aionzo Edward and Helen (Foote) Carr.

I. Cora Eugenie Carr, b. at Sycamore, 111., 26 Aug. 1861.

II. Edward Aionzo Carr, b. at Sycamore, 111., 31 Oct. 1866.

III. Helen Myra Carr, b. at Genoa, 111., 11 Ap. 1870.



Child of Aionzo Adams and Fanny (Pltts) Whitney.

I. Nelson Whitney, b. at Danby, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1823; a farmer, and
proprietor of a cheese-factory; married at Corning, N. Y., 31 Dec. 1845,
by Bertine Pew, Esq., to Susan Caroline Parcel, dau. of Samuel and Mary
(Woodruff) Parcel, of Corning, formerly of Ithaca, N. Y., where she was
born II March 1824. They dwelt at Corning till 1848; then settled at
Whitneyville, Penn., and were living there in June 1876. He served as
quartermaster, from 21 Ap. till 21 July 1861, in the 3d Reg., Penn. Vol.
Infantry. He then raised a company, which was organized 18 Sept. 1 861,
sworn into State service 21 Sept. 1861, mustered into U. S. service 14 Oct.
1 86 1, as Co, G, 45th Reg., Penn. Vol. Infantry, and was mustered out at
Old Point Comfort, Va., 3 July 1862.



Chil. of Christopher and Chloe Hatch (Whitney) Deyo.

I. Philena Deyo, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 14 Feb. 1829; married at
Andover, N. Y., 27 June 1847, Earl Wesley Fuller, a minister of the Uni-
versalist Church, son of Earl B, Fuller. She died at Caton, N. Y., 20
Aug. 1 860, and was buried there. He was living at Fort Plain, N. Y., in
Dec. 1875.



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II. William Simeon Deyo, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1832; died
on the same day, and was buried at Newfield.

III. Alonzo Deyo, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 30 June 1835; a teacher and
farmer; married at Caton Centre, N. Y., 3 Oct. i860, Charlotte Maria
Cooper, dau. of Anson and Betsey (Caulkins) Cooper, of Caton. She was
born at Corning, N. Y., 13 May 1842. They settled at Caton Centre, and
were living there in Dec. 1875. He has been justice of the peace, and
supervisor of Caton.

IV. James Lewis Deyo, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 17 Ap. 1838; a
teacher; married at Caton, N. Y., 6 July 1862, Luana Davenport, dau. of
Henry and Lydia Ann (White) Davenport, of Caton. She was born at
Dryden, N. Y., in Ap. 1842, and died in July 1866. He died without
children, 12 Aug. 1863, at Caton, and was buried there.

V. Eunice Deyo, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 14 July 1840; married at
Caton, N. Y., Horace Edwin Gilbert, a physician and surgeon, born at
Guilford, N. Y., 2 Sept. 1837, son of William D. Gilbert. She died without
children, 21 Nov. 1859, at Caton, and was buried there. He dwelt at
Coney Island, near Fortress Monroe, Va., and died there, 3 July 1863.



Chii. of Oliver and Elozia Cray (Whitney) Wilkinson.

I. Philena Wilkinson, b. at Townshend, Vt, 18 March 1829; died
on the same day.

II. Clark Reed Wilkinson, b. at Townshend, Vt, 13 March 1830;
died 14 March 1830.

III. Vesta Maria Wilkinson, b. at Townshend, Vt, 6 March 1836;
married there, 21 Ap. 1861, Ranney Howard, a lawyer, son of Israel and
Tryphena (Wheeler) Howard, of Jamaica, Vt., where he was born 25 Oct.
1834. They settled at Manchester, and were living there in Jan. 1876.



Chil. of James Lewis and Lucy Maria (Hall) Whitney.

I. Edgar Mortimer Whitney, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 20 July 1828;
a minister of the Universalist Church; married, in 1850, Harriett Westcott ;
married (2d), 16 May 1859, at Wellsville, N. Y, Laura Harris, dau. of Eli
and Mary (Mulford) Harris, of Lindleytown, N. Y., where she was born.



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He dwelt at Charleston, Penn., from 1852 till 1856; at Wellsville, N. Y.,
till i860; at South Dansville, N. Y., till 1864; at Pekin, 111., till 1870; at
Ottawa, 111., till 1874; then moved to Susquehanna Depot, Penn., and was
living there in Jan. 1876.

II. Oliver Wilkinson Whitney, b. at Newfield, N. Y., 2 Jan. 1830;
a farmer; married at Williamsport, Penn., 20 Jan. 1859, Lucy Brill Burdick,
dau. of Zina and Mary (Shellman) Burdick, of Chatham, Penn. They



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