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4 John M. b Dec 7 1801 at tendon, KM*.

d Mar 19 1862

m Feb 21 1828 to Philomelia 3toddard

5 Priscilla b Apr 9 1804 at Bennington, Vt.

d June 1 1849
m

6 Janes H. b ay 4 1806 at Bennington, Vt.

d L'ar 20 1860

m to Martha Gott

7 "'ill lam P. b June 27 1808 at Bennington, ;t.

d .ay 12 1864

m Uar 1838 to Laurilla ..illiams, &> 2d. Lucinda White

8 Elizabeth Thurston b Dec 20 1811 at Bennington, Vt.

d Feb 19 1862

m June 1833 to Ldward 3. Hawes

9 Moses Thurston b Feb 9 1814 at Bennington, Vt.

d

■ 1840 to .lary Ann rrinmer

10 Bernard D. b Aug 22 1815 at Colrain, Mass.

d

m Dec 23 1843 to Sophia I'arvey

11 Abigail b Oct 2 1816 at Colrain, ^ass.

d 1895

m Jan 1 1838 to lewis S. Thomas



Children of James Searle & Abigail Thuraton

(1)
Children of MART ANN SEARL i let husband Stephen Martin
Julia Ann

by 2d husband William Dennison
Henry
Edward
Eunice
John
iiary

Children of LUCIA SEARLE (2) 4 Rufus Parks
Ann
Eliza
Abby

Children of FARHI SEARLE (3) &, Calvin Clark
Henry
Delia
Abby
Ruth
George
William

Children of Rev. John H. Searle (4)
Louis P. b 1831

John a. Jr. b 1834 died when a child
Frances b 1837 died 1876

Children of illiam T. Searle (7) & 1st wife Laurilla '.Villiaras
Abby
Alden

k 2d wife Lucinda v hite
Ellen
Fanny
Charles
Ida

George
Edward

Children of ELIZABETH SEARLE (8) & Edward B. Hawes
Lucia
H. Clay

9
Children of MOSES THURSTON SEARLE & Mary Ann Printer
William T.

Children of ABIGAIL SEARLE(ll) & Lewis N. Thomas
Sandford 3.
*. H. S. Thomas



James H. Searles ( James, Constant, Kathaniel, Solomon, Kdward, Sdward )
( James Searle



son of



( Abigail Thurston



b dey 4 1806 - Bennington, Vt.
d ar 30 1860 -





to


Martha Gott of










dau. of i

Nov 28 1810 -
Jan 12 1885 -










b
d


Rome,


K.Y.




Children:-

1 Ja^aes ' . b

2 Robert R. b

3 Martha S. b

4 J. Milton b

5 Calvin Clark b

6 Mary E. b


Aug 6

Kov 25
Apr 23
Sept 14
June 1
Kov 15


1832

1834
1837
1839
1841
1845


m (1) Prances B. 3<
(2) Sloiae Kathai
died *lay 2 1894

died 3ept 24 1839
died May 19 1845
died Apr 6 1873


7

8

9

10


Pr isci 11a I
Silliam T.

Jessie G.
Delia 0.


:. b
b
b
b


July 1
June 15
Jan 10
Dec 13


1848
1850
1853
1856


died
died
died
died


June 1 1849
Dec 16 1896
>ar 2 1854
Jan 24 1680



1872



/icCheeney



Grene 1 1



JAMES H. SEARIE ( James H., James, Constant, Nathaniel, Solomon, Edward,
7~T „ o , Edward )

son of ( Jamee H * Searle3
( Martha Gott

b Aug 6 1832 -
d

(1) m June 19 1859 - Mansfield, Ohio by Rev. John Pulton

to Frances 3. Webster of

dau. of |

b

d Aug 17 1869 -

(2) a Apr 18 1872 -

to Zloise Katharine Rumney of

dau. of )

b
d



Children:-

1 Jenny Prances b Apr 29 1860 at Kalamazoo, iich. d.Oct 12 1880

2 Jamee H. W. b Dec 3 1862 at Bellville, N.Y.

3 Mary Katharine b Dec 5 1864 at " "



4 John Rumney b Apr 27 1873 at

5 Martha Sloise b Feb 4 1879 died Jan 23 1880

6 Charles Noble b May 4 1882

7 Elizabeth Porter b Apr 11 1884



SA..IUEL SNARLS
A Revolutionary soldier

Born in Cummington, alass. about 1739, was the son of James Jr. who was
grandson of Solomon, who was the grandson of Edward.

SAMUEL married three times, His first wife died in a few months. By his
second wife Jane Chadderdon, he had four sons

John Jonathan Stephen Samuel.

JOHN married Hannah Russell, and they had one son

3amuel J . born May 25 1808 at Broadalbin, Button Co. fc.Y. His
parents died before he was a year old.

SAMUEL J. SEARLE moved to the town of Sales, in 1810. He married Susan
Fay July 4 1830 Their children were;-

Uarvin E. born Apr 2 1832 died Apr lb 1891

Marion E bom Jan 11 1836 died June 25 1864

Silas W. born Jan 8 1841 Resides in St. Paul.

M. B. born Sept 1 1846 an :.D. who resides in 3ast

Aurora, B*I« where he is in active
practice of his noble profession.
Re had a lovely home, a noble wife,
and one daughter, who graduated at
Sells College.



JOHN C. SEARLS ( Robert, John, Solomon, £dward Jr, Cdward )
son of < Robert 3earle



to



dau. of



Children;-
1 Parriet



Orinda a
Elvira m
John F. C. a
Robert ,: . C. ■
Ann Elizabeth



Abraham Zoller
F. P. Baker of Topeka,
Oscar De'A'itt Robinson
Julia Slick
Amelia 3eecher
a "ilder Manchester



illiam Parker died at the age of 2 yrs. 6 aos,
infant son d'ed at the age of 7 weeks.



Mrs. Robert H. 0. Searle told me a few days ago that she had a cousin by the
name of Jane Beecher who had married a man by the name of Searle, and whom
she thought lived in Boston, ^aes."



The grand parents of John 0. Searle.were Robert Searle & Azubah Butterfield



VISITING IK HAWAII



K. R. BAKER VISITS HI3 BIRTHPLACE IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS

The commercial Advert leer of
Honolulu, of ularch 3, contains
the following;-

Among the arrivals on the last steamer from the coast were Mr. and
lire. N. R. Baker of Topeka, Kansas. They have already visited the volcano,
and altogether they are much pleased with the Islands. Mr. and Mrs. Baker
left Topeka in October, 1889, and have been traveling ever since. They
expect to reach home in April.

'Jr. Baker first saw the light of day at Filo, Hawaii, in 1853. His
father Floyd Baker, was at that time the able district attorney of the
Island of Hawaii,

During his visit to the volcano last week, kr. Baker stopped at Hilo,
and met a large number of people who knew his parenta when they resided at
Hilo, and he gathered a great deal of information which will be most inter-
eating to his parents when he returns to the states. Ir Baker enjoyed
himself very much at Hilo, during his brief stay.

He is manager of the Kansas Newspaper union, which supplies 174 news-
papers with news. As Mr. Baker intends to write up his impressions of the
islands for use by the union, it will be seen that he is likely to spread
correct information that ??e ought to appreciate, and that will not do any
harm to the islands.

In looking over the report of Chief Justice William P. Lee to the
legislature of 1854, we find the following reference to ...r. Baker's father;
" From the district attorney of the large and important island of Hawaii,
Floyd Baker, Esq., I have received a valuable and satisfactory report
of the judicial transactions of that district for the years 1853, and one
which I think may be relied upon as correct.

Mr. Baker has visited every district on the island, excest one, at
muchtrouble and expense, and I take pleasure in saying that I have learned
from several quarters that he has proved himself a useful and efficient
officer."



gttgAgj ; ( lliaha 4 , J«te 5 , Jo'r: 2 , Jo'.:, 1 .



dau. Of



( Elisha 9earle

( lebecca Dank9



bp Sent 24 1738 - Northampton

d Nov 2 1796 - '.Veathampton, y.aBs. (CR)

m Sept 9 1763 - Northampton (CR)

to Noah Strong Jr. Lt. of Northampton

son of ^ Noah Strong (Nathaniel, benezer, John)
( Mary 3 he Id on
b July 2 1736 - Northampton, isss. (TR)
d Aug 3 1819 - esthampton, Mass. (CR)

They removed to esthampton ae first settlers 1767.



11


Children:-








1


Job


b






2


'iary


b






3


Lemuel.


b


1767, first child bom in eathampton




4


"anna 1 -


b


1769 died unmarried




5


Rebecca


b


1770 an Aaron Clapp Jr. 1798, of Eaathampton




6


father


b


1775 m Aaahel Lyman of Norwich




7


Eunice


b


1777 m Be la Kings ley




8


Dorcas


b


1779 m Gapt. Simeon Ohapin




9


Dorothy


b


1781 m . Goodman




10


-liphaz


b


1786




11


Noah


b


1783



ELISHA 3BARLT: Jr. ( Elisha? John 3 , John 2 , John 1 . )

son of f nli8htt Searle
( Rebecca Danka


b

d

(l)a


abt.
abt
June :
to


. 1743 -
. 1803 -

L0 1770 - Northampton , sAaee. (CR)
Thankful 1 Danks of

dau. of (


(2)m


to


b
d

dau. of /


(3)m


July
to


b

d
6 1791 - Eaethampton, Mass. (CR)
'id? Pairehild of Eaathampton

dau. of :

b
d

She widow of
m

son of S

Fe b
d


Children:- (by 3d wife)
1 Elieha b



2 Samuel b d Jordon.K.Y. 1837

m to Polly Cross of Sharon 3prings
His children are;-

(1) Mary P. Searle, m 1st. Hiram Atwell by whom she had

one son, Charles 54. At well. She m 2d. J.P.RANSIER,
by whom she had 2 daughters, who are still living,
rs. 211a Bell and Mrs.Georgie Taylor.

(2) James I. Searle died

(3) Rev. Dr. Ailliaa Searle b I.ov 10 1828

(4) SalemC. Searle b d

(5) Harriet M. Searle b 1835



lie v. milk., r 1RLE P.P. ( Samuel^ ^lieha 5 , Elisha*, John* 2 1



„^, „♦> ( 3amuel dearie
son of / _ , , „

( Polly Cross

b I.ov 10 1825 or 28 -

d

m 1848

to Catharine Springier of

dau. of /

b ' -

d



Children :-

1 Ella A. b 1849

m 1870 to Edwin A. Voodin, They have

3 Children;-

(1) Walter E. Woodin b 1871; m 1890 to Gussie Bell

of Auburn, N.Y.

(2) Charles M. oodin b 1873, d 1875.

(3) Edna M. Woodin b 1878

2 Theodore J. b 1851

m 1872 to Helen R. Elmar of Fome , I.Y.



Dr. J. G. Holland pronouncee Rev. I. 3earle CD. the best specimen
of self made nan he ever sav?. He had filled many of the first churches
in Central Res York, and for 16 years he was Chaplin of Auburn prison, one
of the largest prisons in America.

I He is the compiler of this part of the dearie genealogy]



DC . :. d 3BARD5 ( Rey.miiftn 7 , 3amuel 6 , fclieha 5 , 4 John 3 2 * )

eon of ( p,ev * ' i] li a: earle D.D.
( Catharine Springier

b 1851 -

d

■ 1872 -

to Helen R BShht of Rome, K.Y.

dau. of /



Ohildren:-






1 William E.


b


1874


2 . Parian


b


1875


3 Rajrnond


b


1877


4 Elmer T.


b


1880



This f«:iily were all living (1896) at Auburn, New York. Fe is a lawyer
in Auburn, N.Y.



HARRIETS. 7 SEARLE ( Samuel 6 , Ellsha 5 4 , John 3 2 !

dau. of J Sa *u*l Searle
( Polly Gross

b 1835 -

d

a 1850 -

to '.. L. iiyers of

eon of *

b

d 1884 -



Children:- (MIERS)

1 Eva J. b 1856

m 1877 to I. J. De'*'itt.

2 Libbie P. b 1858

m 1887 to Edward C. Bride



0ATHARIH5 ° SKARLE ( Elisha 4 , John 3 , John 2 , John 1 )
dau. of ( i.iieha Searle *
( Rebecca Danks

b abt 1735-6 -

d Feb 11 1813 AS 76y -

m 1760 -

to Lieut, r^ilas Brown of

son of ;

b 1736 -

d Aug 4 1804 -
.tones are at their burial lot on £aet St. Last heap ton.



Children:- (BROWS)

1 3 lias b 1762 d Apr 1826 ae 62

2 Irene b 1767 r& 1789 to Gideon Poaeroy

d Sept 9 1847 ae 80

3 Silence b m 1790 to ^eac. Justice Poaeroy



* The Indian Captive



' liathaniel 4 , liathaniel 3 , Join 2 , John 1 )





-I


Nathaniel dearie


son


;>lary Pomeroy


b




1741 -


d




1819 ae 78 -


m




1770 -




to


Elizabeth Glapp of




b
d


dau of ( Anna Munn




1824 ae 81 -



He ocoupied hia father's Farn house where Henry Searlo has lately repaired
one (1888)



Children;-
1 Paul


b


t


Rufus


b


3


fucinda


b


4


Anna


b


5


Elizabeth





6
7


Silence
Philena


fa
b


8


Jemima


h



1771


d




1824


ae 53




a




1806


Polly Bliss of ft. Springfield


1772


d


June


12 1844


ae 71









1799


ftaney Searle


1775


d


fov


10 1849


ae 74









1797


Cap* '.'illiaa Dady


1777


d




1804


ae 27









1798


Cap 1 Stephen Strong


1780


d















i&zq


Luther Clapp
fto children.


1782








(unknown}


1782


1




1864


ae 84




a




1806


ApollaB tie tea If




one son


Joseph


tfetcalf .


1785


d










m




1823


Hophni Strong of i.orwich.



7 vIARLS ( Rufua 6 , Abijah 5 , Nathaniel 4 3 , John 2 ! )

dau. of f J 8 *^ ^ ear J e
( /ancy earle

b Feb 1 1809 -

d

m 1828 -

to JaaeB A Thorp of

son of J Jame8 Thor P
( Lucy Andrus
b
d Feb 6 1882 ae 75 -



1


Ellen Frances


b Dec


22.


1829


m


2


Mary Augusta


b Apr


2^


1831





.3


Charles Lewis


b Jan


19


1834





4


Zdward Richard


b Mar


u


1836





5


James Andrews


b Apr


20


1838





6


Susan Almena


b June


tt


1840





7


(leorge Lawton


b Mar


9


1842





8


r4aria Jane


b June


24


1844





9


Asuuorett Pamelia


b Sept


u


1846


m


tc


Adelaide Laura


b Feb


28


1849


m


11


William Searl


b Oct


5


1851






1853 Hiram Bates of Curaaington
1851 Gardner Fowles
she d Sept 11 1870 ae 39

Mary Vitherel of Chesterfield

Fancy A. Crosby of Hartford, Ct.

'■•'ranee lia Lacella of Granby.Ct.
1863 Joseph H.Sbepard of Hatfield

Angie Hastings of lYilliamsburg
1884 Harrison Howe of Munson

Gilbert Thomee of "illiamsburg
1871 Daniel derrick of 3pringfield
:^ar 27 1873 Carrie V. ait
of Holyoke.



LSVI 5 3EARLS ( Nathaniel 4 , ..athaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 )



son of E Kathaniel ' 3earle
( lary Pomeroy



b 1743 -

d 1822 ae 79 -

a abt 1770 -

to Ruth 'Williams froa Cape Cod



dau. of



1317 ae 70



He was a farmer and lived in Bedlam 3treet



Children;-
1 Levi



i Lurena

3 Mary

4 a child

5 Irene



b a Servia Ford

They had 6 children ;-

1 Levi b died ae 17 or 18

2 Jdward Fowles b m Electa

who died in 1833, He died at Owego, Owego Co.L.I,
where he lived many years.

3 lehitable

4 Mary
5 Levina

6 Fanny
b 1772 d Tune 7 1844 ae 65

m 1806 Aaron Strong 2d.
b 1774
b 1779
b 1781



LUCIKDA 6 SEARL5 ( Abijah 5 , Kathaniel 4 3 ,
dau. of ( Abijah Searle

( Elizabeth Clapp



John 2 1 )



b 1775 -

d Kov 10 1849 ae 74 -

m 1797 -

to Cap 1 . William Dady Of

son of J J 1111 ** J**
( Jerusha Burt

b

d Kov 27 1837 -



Children;- (DADY)



1


William


b




1801


d

3


Kov 14 1886 ae 85

&■ removed to S. Onondaga, K.Y


2


Liberty


b


July


13 1805


tn














lived and died in Chesterfield, Mass.












Her husband died Feb 13 1884 ae 78


3


Harvey


b




1802


d


July 22 1861

1834 Phoebe 3. Hannua
She d Oct 6 1854.


4


Lucinda


b




1810


tn


1836 Elijah B. Emerson


5


Samue 1


b




1812





Laura B

She d Apr 30 1894


6


Rachel


b




1813


m


1837 Royal Burt Jr.


7


Anna


b




1815


m


1842 William White


8


Stephen


b




1817







married and removed to East Onondaga, K.Y.



lurbsa



SEARL3 ( Levi", ]
( Levi Searle



4 3



John



2 1



dau. of ( j^^ . illiama



b 1781

d June 7 1846 ae 65 (G3) -

m 1806 -

to Aaron Strong of

_ ( Aeahel Strong
9 ° n of ( Mary Searle
b 1781 -
d May 7 1837 ae 55 (G3) -



Children;- (ST


ROKG )












1 Cheater b


Sept


24 1807


d




1807




2 Rervey b


Oct


18 1809


d




1862




3 Chester b


Mar


18 1811


d


ar


1 1863
1844


at Palmer, Mass

Lucia £. Cook


4 Aeahel b


Mar


11 1814


d




1824


ae 10


5 Levi b


Aug


13 1816


d




1838


ae 22



3 Cheater Strong (b in Southampton iiar 16 1811, d in Palmer Feb 28
1863 ae 52, gravestone in Palmer cemetery)

He married Lucia E. Cook of Aest Springfield in 1844 May 22 She was the
(daughter of &lizur and Margia Cook, b in Vest Springfield in 1822, d in
Palmer May 7 1888 ae 66, Palmer cemetery gravestone;
They removed from Southampton to Palmer, Haas.

They had a son HOMER CHESTER STRONG born Sept. 5 1850, died Aug 15 1900
and buried in the Palmer cemetery; married Jan 10 1883 to Lizzie M.Wileon
dau. of Cornelius 'Haon, (agent of the Thorndike Mills at Palmer,) a dau.
Grace C. Strong born Jan 26 1684.



2 Hervey Strong ( b in Southampton Oct 8 1808; d in Palmer May 14 1862
ae 53 unmarried, gravestone in the Palmer cemetery)



( Chester strong, aon of ( Aaron Strong
eon of ( Lucia Cook ( Lurena 6 Searle

A lawyer at Palmer, iass. was descended fron both Levi 3earle and Mary Searle
children of Nathaniel Searle Jr. the line being as follows;-

John Searle married Sarah Baldwin who afterwards as his widow married

Alexander Edwards one of the first settlers of i\orthaapton,-Lass. Their son
John Searle married Ruth Janes daughter of William Janes. for his second wife

John Searle married Mary North daughter of John Korth. Their 6th child,
Ksthaniel Searle married for his first wife Priscilla ebb. Their child
Kathaniel Searle Jr. married Mary Poaeroy daughter of Samuel romeroy and

Johannah Root about 1740. They had a homestead of 100 acres in Bedlam

Street known as the Johnson place. Their second child,
Levi Searle was born in 1743 and married about 1771 Ruth ?/illiams from Cape

Cod. Levi died in 1823 aged 80. They lived in Bedlam Street and had

five children. Their second child,
Lurena Searle married Aaron Strong 2nd and was the grandmother of Homer C.

Strong.

Mary Searle the 4th child of Nathaniel Searle Jr. and Mary Pomeroy and the
sister of Levi Searle was born 1746 and married 1779 Asahel Strong son
of Aaron Strong and lived in the southerly aide road leading by the
Lyman saw mill and to Bedlam Street then known as r'rary street, Bedlau,
in the house now (1897) occupied by Justus Frary in f'o.3 school diet.
Mary Searle died at Southampton 1822 aged 76.

Asahel Strong was born 1746 and died 1822 aged 76 at Southampton.
Aaron Strong 2nd the second child of Asahel Strong and Mary Hearle was born
1782, married 18C6 Lurena Searle daughter of Levi Searle and Ruth
illiams and died May 7 1837 aged 55 years. "is wife Lurena (Searle)
Strong was born 1781 and died at Southampton June 7 1846 aged 65
Aaron Strong t Lurena Searle Strong had 5 children viz;-

Chester Strong 1st born Sept 24 1807, died 1807.

"ervey Strong born Oct 18 1809, died at Palmer, Mass. Way 1862

Chester Strong 2nd born at Southampton ..iar 18 1811, died at
Palmer, Maes. Iter 1 1863 aged nearly 52.

Asahel Strong born Mar 11 1814, died May 29 1824 aged 10.

Levi Strong born Aug 13 1816, died June 17 1838 aged 21.
Aaron A. Lurena and three of their sons, Chester 1st, Levi, & Asahel
rest in the Southampton cemetery. Their graves marked by stones
inscribed, are located on the southerly side of the avenue dividing
the old from the new part about 25 feet S. Easterly from new monument
on lot of Fophni Coleman.

Chester Strong 2nd, Hervey Strong and Lucia Elizabeth (Cook) Strong
rest on Easterly side of the central avenue of the Palmer, Mass.
cemetery, their resting place marked by an inscribed monument and also
headstones .

Aaron Strong 2nd lived in the house of his father Asp-hel now
(1897) occupied by Justus Frary in Rrary street. He was prominent
as a citizen and died a large land owner and a man of substantial
wealth.

Hervey Strong, who never married, and Chester Strong 2nd went to
Palmer, Mass. and durinjr 1848-52 built two brick blocks, the
Nassowanno House, a brick hotel of 40 rooms , and a substantial
residence.



They were educated at Sheldon academy, Southampton, and Oheater
was 2nd agent of the 'eetern R.R.; postmaster under the first Harrison;
was deputy Sheriff ; engaged in mercantile & insurance business and
was prominent both in the business and social affairs of Palmer <fc vicinity.

Chester Hroag married 1844 Lucia S. Cook daughter of i lezur Cook £e§. of

est Springfield, Mass. She was prominent in the social and educational
affairs of the town, a lady of magnetic presence and greatly loved by the
poor ( Reference is here made to the History of the town of Palmer )
She died at Palmer May 8 1888.
Cheater 3trom=r and Lucia L;iizabeth(Cookptrong had a child,

HOMER CHESTER 3TRQKG bcm Sept 5 1850. After leaving the public schools

he was fitted for college at .Aonson and V.esleyan Academies and was
graduated from the latter in 1869 and from Amherst Cellege in 1875, having
in 1870 taught school ir Palmer. In 1875-6 was acting principal of the

Brooks School , ''.eat Bedford. He studied law one year with Ton.G.L.
Gardner of Palmer and two years at the law school of Harvard University.
He has resided and practised law with offices and residence both at
Springfield and Palmer; has contributed to various periodicals and
engaged as a political speaker in different political campaigns; has
generally been a delegate to the state and other political conventions,
but has never accepted nomination to any office. He was a member of

the school board at Palmer 1880-83.

He was married at Thorndike, Palmer Jan 10 1883, by President
Julius Seelye of Amherst College to Lizzie viaria Vilaon, born at
Biddeford, 1*. Jan. 1860, and daughter of Cornelius r.ilson, agent of
the ThomStike Kills, and 3arah( Emery j Wilson.

They have one child, Grace Cook 3trong born at Springfield, Mass.
Jan 26 1884.
;.:r. Strong is also connected through his mother and maternal grandmother
Garcia Ely Jennison Cook with the Kathaniel Sly branch of the Ely family
and is a descendant of Elder John Strong of 1 ortharapton.

In 1883 with ^rs. Lucia E. Strong, Xr« Strong built Strong's Block
on uiain street, Palmer, and is now (1897) the second largest real estate



owner of the town .



The above was written in ink
between the typewritten lines,



* Dorchester Everett School, Boston, and principal of the



NATHANIEL 5 SBARLB ( Nathaniel 4 , fcathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 )





of


( Kathaniel Searle


80T


( i.'.ary Pomeroy


b




1748 -


d




1812 ae 64 -


(1) ■




1775 -




to


id. Experience (Warner) loorais of
dau. of ^








b


-




d


-




id


. of




m


T e eon of (
(
b
d


fathaniel ft Experience were known as Uncle i\et and Aunt Spid


(2)m




1800 -




to


id. Anna (Burt ) Poneroy of
dau. of /








b


-




d


1801 ae 48 -
Sid. of

B

He eon of (
(
b
d


(3) m




1802 -




to


Experience Bartlett of
dau. of /








b


-




d


1836 ae 85 -



They lived in Bedlam itreet. The homestead ie the one owned by Henry Searle.

Children:-

1 3ilaa Varner b 1776 in Pamelia Bliss of jpringfield

2 Acheah b Oct 22 1778 d July 23 1863 ae 84 unm.

3 Thaddeus b Oct 1782 m 1811 lydia Howe of est Springfield

4 KathanielBurt b I-ov 11 1801 d July 31 1878 ae 76 at ^.Onondaga, N.Y.

m Amelia Pomeroy Oct 10 1826

1 Silas Varner Searle married 1804 Pamelia Bliss of Springfield.
He learned the trade of boot and shoe making with Paul Chapman, and removed
to Springfield where he married and died. He had 8 children;-
1- Pamelia 2- Henry 3- Caroline 4- Harriet 5- iary 6- Ann
7- Sarah 8- . l iliiaa 9- Silas Warner.



HENRY 7 3EARLS ( 311aa I,



Nathaniel



5 4 3



John 2 l )



_ ( Silas r.arner 3earle
BOn of ( Pamelia Bliss



(2)



1808 -



(1) a Dec 31 1852 - St. Albans, Vt.
to Lodorah K. Robinson of



dau. of



d 1846 ae 31 - Rochester, s.Y.
1847 - Rochester, N.Y.

to Anna Pindal of



dau. of



Re was an architect of good repute. Is in the government eaploy in



caahington D.C.



Address- 204, let r H. S.



Washington, D.C.



Children:-

by 1st wife
1 Helen L. b



2 Henry R.

3 Edward P.

4 Harriet

5 William £



d
Also



1876 in Dusseldorph Prussia to

J. William Patterson, also an artist.

They have lived in Chicago, 111.

Oct 22 1882 ae 46 in New York.

An artistjlike the whole tribe.



by 2d wife

6 Allen Reynolds b 1855

7 Charles Pobinson b 1859



SILAS 7 WARNBR 3EARIE ( Silas I. , Nathaniel <r 3 , John 2 )



son of



( Silas Varner Searle

( Pamelia bliss



b - Springfield, Mass.

d

m Jan 14 1850 - fcew Raven, Ct . by Rev. De Loss Love
to Sarah Lucretia lewton of

dau. of \
b



Children;-

1 Sarah Paraelia b Oct 6 1851

2 ~imma Josephine b iAay 22 1860 a Oct 15 1884 at . ew Haven, Ot.

to Frank G.3heldon of Southampton
by Thomas R. Bacon
Children ;-

(1) Gelia Sheldon b June 14 1885 - Southampton

(2) Sadie Lenora Sheldon b R«v 23 1686 in KM Haven, Ot.



3 Charles i.ewton b Aug 27 1862



THADDEU3 - SEARUS


5 4 3
( Nathaniel


, John 2 \ )


of ( Nathaniel Searle






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Experience ('.'-arner) Loomis


b Oct 1782


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d Mar 31 1859


M 77 -








m 1811


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to Lydia Howe
dau. of f


of 1


iolyoke.


Mass.












b




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d Mar 12


1857


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Children;-












1 Phoebe b


Dec


7


1812 d




Oct


22 1885 ae 73

Abel Phillips


2 Theodore b






1814 d


Aug


22 1861 ae 47


3 lydia Earner b


May


19


1819 d




1820


4 lydia A. b


Jan


3


1822






5 Mary Earner b


Dec


19


1824 d


Jan


20 1840 ae 15


6 Thaddeus . b


Mar


29


1837 d


Dec


31


7 Henry Thaddeua b


Aug


25


1830 d






1856 Helen J. Avery


8 Ichabod Howe b


Dec


22


1831 d


Apr


20 1893


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