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									Archer Family notes:
Vincent Archer
1880 U.S. census: Dublin and Kildare, Swift, Minnesota; Vincent Archer age 48 born Ohio, Laborer, father born Virginia, wife
Margaret age 47 born Ireland, son John age 16 born Ohio, laborer, son Charles age 12 born Ohio, dg. Margaret age 10 born
Ohio, dg. Adeline age 8 born Ohio, son Vincent age 5 born Ohio and grandson Arthur Coconout age 5 born Ohio




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Dedicated to my grandfather, Harold S. Badgley


                                    THE FIRST OF OUR BADGLEY FAMILY
                          George Badgley br ca 1616 Bakewell, Derbyshire & Alice Turner
                             Anthony Badgley br 1660 Bakewell, Derbyshire, England
                                                  Taken from
                                                 LDS RECORDS

                                       Descendants of Benjamin V. Badgley -
                                  Family Reunion: August 12, 1989, Flushing Park:


 Attended by: Shirley & Carl Atkins; Louise & Carroll Owen; Ena Fay Van Kirk; Marian Badgley; JoElla Johnson;
 Gerald Nelson; Mary Kay Badgley: Cindy Scott; Jennifer Scott; Dan Badgley, Karen, Kristina, Kevin; William &
  Kathleen Badgley with Kyle and Jason; (?) David Matt; Susie & Jerry Hatrick, with Vivian and Scott; Pat & Bill
Wright; Cleo Badgley; Len & Wilma Morris; Michael Wright & Nancy Bentley; Patrick & Karen Wright with Kelly &
                                              Cassie; Donna Long;
  Joel & Lynne LaFriniere with Joel, David, Stephen; Janet & Chuck Harrold; Russell & Betty Thiel; Leonard &
Raelynn Thiel with Angel & Adam; Keith & Joni Morris; Shirley & Richard Derengowski; Bill & Helen Badgley; Dick
 & Janice Badgley; Ann & Terry Derengowski, with Ryan, Nathan, Jeffrey, & Timmy; Lisa & Douglas Tipton with
  Christopher & Stephanie; Jeffrey, Virginia & Matthew Derengowski; Bob, Cheri, Trisha, Melissa Derengowski;
 Denise, Liam, Christina, Shawn Dillon; Jim & Carol Ritchie; Bill, Annette, Darren & Brad Davis & Barb Kelchner;
                                  Tim, Dawn Courtamanche and Tony & Brian.




ALEN BADGLEY: (Simon)
LDS, IGI, Batch 7206730: Alen Badgley, father Simon Badgley, taken from 1861 census record.

ALICE BADGLEY:
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library: Alice Badgley married Jan 4, 1870 William Young.

ALICE BADGLEY:
Alice Badgley age 18 of Chesaning, born MI. married Alfred Coleman age 26 farmer, in Chesaning, Born MI.; on 24 Nov.
1878 at Maple Grove, H.A. Garret, minister, wit. John Northwood of Maple Grove and Joseph B. White of Flushing.

ALLEN BADGLEY:
LDS, IGI; Allen Badgley married Abbie Ann Jones, 12 Oct. 1875, Hastings Co. Stoco, batch #7710913.

ALTA BADGLEY:
“Shiawasse Steppin Stones” Dec 1983, Wildwood Cemetery, Chesaning twp., old Emery sec. #118, Alta Badgley, also
Eugene Badgley.

ALZINA BADGLEY: (Jacob)
1861 Census; Belleville page 9, Alzina Badgley, young lady, C.W., Methodist, former resident of Thurlow age 15.
Hastings Co. Marriage Index: Dorland Ross age 27, Tyendinaga, CA. son of Marvel and Hester, married on 14 Nov 1867,
Alzina Badgley age 22 of Thurlow daughter of Jacob and Serena Badgley.

AHIRA BADGLEY: (Richard)


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Hastings County Marriage Index: Archibald Latta, age 24, of Thurlow, CA. son of Samuel and Catherine, married 2 Dec.
1868, Ahira Badgley age 17 of Thurlow, Can. Daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Badgley.

AMELIA JANE BADGLEY:
Ontario Archives Reel 8-420; Parks Cemetery & Church: Hungerford Twp, Hastings Co. Methodist Episcopal Church Hwy
37. (White SBT) “In Memory of Amelia Jane wife of Simeon Badgley died 3 Sept 1880 aged 58 years 20 days”.

AMMON ANN BADGLEY: (Simon)
LDS; IGI batch #7206730, Ammon Ann Badgley age 7, father Simon Badgley, 1861 Hastings Co. Hungerford.

AMMANDA BADGLEY: (William, Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Amanda Badgley born 1837, died December 20, 1903. Her marriage took place in 1857 to William Allen Knowles Sr. born
1836, died 1938.
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library; Amada Badgley married 1868 Jan 23, William Knowles, both of Hungerford,
Hastings Co.

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1. AMANDA ANN BADGLEY (WILLIAM , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source:
William C. Knowles, "Electronic.") was born 23 Jul 1841 in Lot 17, Conc. 9, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1)
Family Bible, Date written by Amanda., (2) William C. Knowles, "Electronic."), and died 20 Dec 1903 in Tweed, Ont. (Source:
(1) "Obituary for Amanda (Badgley) Knowles.", (2) Funeral card, Karen (Lusk) Robinson.). She married WILLIAM ALLEN
KNOWLES, JR. (Source: William C. Knowles, "Electronic.") 23 Jan 1868 in Belleville, Ont. (Source: Marriage Certificate,
Karen (Lusk) Robinson.), son of WILLIAM KNOWLES and 'MRS. ANNICE. He was born 16 Mar 1835 in Richmond Twp.,
near Nappanee, Ont. (Source: (1) Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather., (2) Obituary for William Allen Knowles.), and died 19
Apr 1927 in Lynnville, Ont. (Source: Funeral card.).

ANDREW BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib.; Andrew Badgley, Co. C. 39 Ohio, 14 July 1861 for 3 years age 23.
Re-enlisted Battery C MI. Light Artillery 27 Dec. 1863, Re-enlisted 1 Jan 1865, Corporal Feb 8, 1864, mustered out at Detroit
MI. 22 June 1865.

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ANN BADGLEY: (Benjamin, VAN WINCHELL , ANTHONY , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) )
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869; Prince Edward Co., Canada, Bowerman, Stephen 22, of Hillier, Hillier son of
Jonathan and Susanna married 22 March 1858 Ann Badgley age 15, Hillier, Athol, daughter of Benjamin and Jane Badgley.
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1. ANNA BADGLEY (BENJAMIN VAN WINCHELL , ANTHONY , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,".) was born Jan 1843 in Athol Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,".), and died Unknown. She married STEPHEN BOWERMAN (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic,".) 22 Mar 1858 in By Rev. C. Fish (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 7, 1983-1984,
"Electronic," 43.), son of JONATHAN BOWERMAN and 'MRS. SUSANNA. He was born Abt. 1836 in Hillier Twp., Prince
Edward Co., Ont. (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 7, 1983-1984, "Electronic," 43.), and died
Unknown.
ANNA B. BADGLEY:
1880 MI. Soundex: Vol 3 ED 5 sheet 20 line 18; Anna B. Badgley, age 4 living with grandfather Jerry Chittendon,
Buchanan, Berrien co., MI.
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ANNABEL BADGLEY: (William, Samuel, SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) )
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Annabel Badgley born 1852.
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1. ANNABLE BADGLEY (WILLIAM , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn
Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,".) was born Abt. 1855 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,".), and died Aft. 1871 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).
Notes for ANNABLE BADGLEY:
After1871 census no further record. Her sister Amanda's obituary states that one sister, Mrs. Phillips, lived in Michigan. Was
that Annabel?

ANTHONY BADGLEY:
“Ancestor and Descendant of Matthias Badgley” Anthony Badgley came first to Long Island circa 1690.

ANTHONY BADGLEY:
“American Deaths and Marriages 1784-1829: Albany Gazette, 7 Aug 1829; Anthony Badgley age 76 a Rev. Soldier died,
Albany, New York.

ANTHONY GEORG BADGLEY:
Early New York Sate Census Records 1663-1772: AN EXACT LIST page 99; Badgley, Antnody Elizabeth his wife Anthony
Georg- Phebe: 1 Negro.

ARVILLA BADGLEY:
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library: Arvilla Badgley married Feb. 16, 1864 Michael Palmer, both of Thurlow, Hastings
Co.
Hasting Co. Marriages: Michael Palmer age 27 of Thurlow, Born Thurlow son of John and Mary, married 15 Feb. 1864
Arvilla Badgley age 26 of Thurlow, born Thurlow, daughter of Amon and Jane.
BENJAMIN BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib.; Benjamin Badgley, Shiawasse Co. enlisted Co. E 14 Inf. 2 Dec. 1861 at
Havana, for 3 years age 40, mustered 7 Jan. 1862, discharged Louisville, Ky. 1 Nov. 1862. Resides in Chesaning, MI.
1860 MI Census, Saginaw Co., Chesaning Twp.; dwelling #241, Family #232, Benjamin Badgley age 39, farming, real
estate worth $400. Personal worth $20., born New Jersey, wife Eleanor (Ellen H,.) age 33 born New Jersey, daughter
Phoebe age 14 born New Jersey, son Denis age 12 born New Jersey, daughter Henrietta age 5 born MI., son Henry E. age
3 born MI., daughter Eliza J. age 4/12.
Chesaning Wildwood Cemetery: Benjamin Badgley born 7 Feb 1821 died 17 Sept 1905; Ellen H. born 1 May 1827 died 27
Feb. 1910; Phoebe born -?- died -?-; Mary Badgley 1857-1928; Dean Badgley 1848-1932; Jake Badgley 1864-1907; Mary
L. 1866-1911.

E-mail from Nancy Yother: My gg grandfather was Benjamin S. Badgley married to Ellen or Helen E. Brown, they had 7
children, lived, Phebe, Dean, Henrietta Effie, Eugene, Alice Jacob, and my g. grandmother Gertrude. Benjamin was born in
New Jersey 07 Feb. 1821, died 17 Sept 1905, MI. His father was Henry Badgley and his mother was Phoebe Sturges.
Benjamin and his wife lived in Chesaning, MI. Buried in Wildwood Cemetery, in Chesaning, MI. Saginaw Co.
E-mail from Linda Swaney Sabin; The Michigan Ben Badgley, purchased land and is in the land records. His property was
just over the border of Ohio and might have been in the contested section. I keep running into him since he was a vet and
named Ben. But I think he could read and write and purchased more land, whereas my Ben was a well digger and stayed
put in Preble Co., New Lexington, OH.

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BENJAMIN BADGLEY: (William,SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
Badgley, Benjamin age 25 (or 35) bachelor, of Hungerford twp., farmer, son of Wm. & Abigail Badgley - to May Erving, 24,
spinster of Hungerford twp, daughter of John & Jane Erving, by Rev. Samuel Bennett at St. Paul‟s Church, Roslin, Ont, 18
Oct 1886

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BADGLEY: (Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Benjamin Franklin Badgley born 3/5/1887 Freeland, Saginaw Co. MI., died 2/10/1950,
parents Benjamin V. Badgley and Alice Donahue, military WWI, occupation Barber, Married Eunice M. Sargent, she died
1943, buried Fairview Cemetery Linden, Michigan.
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BENJAMIN V. BADGLEY:
The Badgley Family group sheets, by Miss Joan Parks of Belleville, Ont. (handwritten and mailed in 1998): Benjamin
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Badgley - Born on January 1, 1835 at West Half of Lot 24 of the 5 Concession of Hungerford Twp. Stoco, Ontario, on the
Marlbank Road, Hastings County, Died on July 23red 1916 in Tittabawasse Twp, MI. U.S.A. His parents were William
Badgley and wife Abigail Garrison. His marriage was on June 10, 1860 to Eunice Matilda Snyder, born on February 15, 1840
Ontario, CA., died on March 20, 1880 at Midland, Midland Co., MI. U.S.A. Her parents were Christopher Snyder and
Katherine Badgley.
AVW: Joan has the wrong parents. William and Abigail only had the one Benjamin born 1861. This Benjamin was most likely
the son of Samuel and Elizabeth Vaurres.
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1. BENJAMIN BASIL BARTLETT BADGLEY (WILLIAM , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 27 Feb 1861 (Source: Jean
Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died Aft. 1925 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). He married (1) MAY JANE
ERVING (Source: Hungerford Township Marriage Register.) 18 Apr 1886 in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Roslin, Hungerford
Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Hungerford Township Marriage Register.), daughter of JOHN ERVING and 'MRS. JANE.
She was born 1863 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Joan Edith Parks), and died Aft. 1901 (Source: Jean
Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). He married (2) 'MRS. BENJAMIN BADGLEY' ALICE M. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) Bef. 1910 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
Import: May 8, 1999.). She was born Abt. 1861 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
1999.), and died Aft. 1925 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).

Notes for BENJAMIN BASIL BARTLETT BADGLEY:
History: Benjamin was a bachelor and a farmer in Hungerford when he and Mary Jane were married in St. Paul's Anglican
Church, Roslin by Rev. Samuel Bennett. Grandson Grant Badgley remembers his grandparents as a young boy. Benjamin
was deeded the west ½ of lot 24 con 6 Hungerford. in 1886, the year of his marriage and took partial responsibility for the
care of his mother and siblings. He may have gone to U.S. for a time after his sisters died. In 1901 the family was listed as
Roman Catholic Note: There is a Benjamin Badgley b.1862 in Canada, living in Saginaw, Mich. in 1910, with wife Alice M.
and children, Bert b.1888 and Florence b.1898. There are also grandchildren, Russell b. 1907 and Morris- no date. It has not
been proven that this is the same family. Three dates and 2 names are close enough to be correct, but the grandchildren
would have to belong to Alice.

Flint Gen. Quarterly Vol. 24, page 97; Badgley - Snider: 10 June 1860 Benjamin W. Badgley, age 27, Flint (Gen.Co.) Mich,
and Eunice M. Snider, age 20, Davison ( Genesee Co.) Mich, at Davison by Henry Ball, J.P. Wit: Elizabeth Calser and
Thomas Drumond Vol. 2. Pg 211.
Midland Genealogy society: Census 1850-1894; White, Male, farmer, born Canada, father Canadian, Mother Canadian,
wife Eunice Matilda Snyder, Children William H., Stephen, & Ella, Resident of Midland County, Michigan
Granddaughter, Wilma Morris: Benjamin was a large man. She remember there was a Badgley St. in Freeland, Mi.
1870 Census: Badgley, Benjamin age 40, male, white, farmer, born Canada, Father & Mother Canadian, Eligible to vote.
Living in Davison, on Davison Road. Genesee Co. Mi., Wife Eunice age 30, female, white, keeping house, born Canada,
father and mother born in Canada, son William age 5,born Mi., son Emory age 2, born MI.
1880 Census: Midland City, Midland co., MI. Benjamin Badgley age 47 White, Male, Married and Widowed, framer born
Canada, son Wm. H, age 16, lath worker, school, born MI., Stephen age 13, school, born MI., daughter Ella age 9 school,
born MI., One housekeeper
1900 Census: Williams Twp, Bay Co. MI. Benjamin Badgley, Head of House, born 1833, age 67, born Canada E., year of
immigration 1860, in U.S. 40 years, Naturalization NA 11-00-16, Farmer, 0 months not employed, can read, write, & speak
English. Home owned free, Farmer, Dwelling #228 Family #228, Wife Alice born Sept 1862 age 37, married 20 years, 8
children, 7 living, born Canada, parents born Canada, Alice wife, white female born Sept 1862 age 37 married 20 years,
mother of 8 children with 7 living, born Canada E. , immigrated 1863, in U.S. 37 years, reads, writers, & speaks English, son
Daniel born Nov. 1881 age 18 single, Br. MI. Machinist, daughter Grace born Feb. 1885 age 15 single br. MI., Son Benjamin,
born May 1887 age 13 single br. MI. in school, son Bert E. born Nov. 1888 age 11 attending school; Florence daughter born
Nov. 1897 age 2.


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1910 Census: Tittabawasse twp. Saginaw Co. MI. Benjamin Badgley age 78, head of house, married twice, born Canada
(E.) Farmer, wife Alice age 47 married once, 30 years, 8 children 7 living, Alice born Canada, son Bert age 22, married once
for three years, carpenter, Vet., daughter Florence age 12 single, Grandson Russell age 3, grandson Morris age 1 yr 6 mths.
Benjamin general farming, working on own account, owns farm, free #143.
The Saginaw Courier - Herald: Thursday July 23, 1916; page 7, Mortuary Record - Benjamin V. Badgley, an old resident of
Tittabawasse twp., died suddenly at his home in Freeland Sunday, at 8:00 death being due to hear disease & old age.
Benjamin Badgley was born in Sterling, Canada January 1, 1833 where he resided until at the age of twenty two years he
removed to Wayne Co. Mich., where he remained a number of years when he went to Genesee Co., where he married
Eunice M. Snyder, June 10, 1860. They resided in Genesee Co 15 years, when he removed to Wayne co. where they lived
a number of years. They then went to Midland, Mich. Where Mrs. Badgley died March 20, 1880. One son and one
daughter survived by this marriage, Mrs. Ella Goodrich of Saginaw and Steven Badgley of Flint, Mi. On November 9,
1880 he married to Miss Ella Douglas of Midland, Mi. They purchased a farm in Tittabawasse twp. Where they lived until
4 years ago when they sold the farm and came to Freeland, Mich., where they have resided since. Seven children were
born by the second marriage, four daughters, Mrs. James Lewis of Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Edward Yancer of Saginaw, Mrs.
Harry Sergeant of Flint & Miss Flossie Badgley of Detroit & 3 sons Daniel Badgley of Flint, Benjamin of Detroit and Burt of
Freeland, Mi. Five sisters residing in different parts of Canada: 18 grandchildren & 21 great grand children. The funeral
will take place Wednesday at 1:30 from the home. Rev. Robt. Traynor, Pine Grove Cemetery
Saginaw County MI, Death Record page 364 Book F; Benjamin Badgley, M. W. married, age 83 years 6 months 22 days
died in Tittabawasse, cause Cerebral Apoplexy, born Canada, farming, father Simon Badgley of Canada, mother unknown.
(A.B.: Most likely the informant gave misinformation regarding the parents names).
Timbertown Log: Saginaw, MI., Spring 1987 pg 78, Pinegrove Cemetery; Badgley - B.V. b. Jan 1 1833 d. July 22, 1917,
Alice M. b. Sept 5, 1862 d. Oct. 1, 1924, Addie S. 1879-1896 daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Badgley wife of Isaac Austin.
A Brandes family group sheet: Benjamin V. Badgley born 1 Jan 1833 Stirling, Hastings Co. Ontario, Canada, settled in
Wayne Co., MI in 1855, died 23/7/1916 Freeland, Saginaw Co. MI, buried Pine Grove Cemetery Freeland, MI., married
Eunice Matilda Snyder born 15/2/1840 Hastings Co. Ontario died 20/3/1880 Midland Co., MI., daughter of Christopher
Snyder and Catherine Badgley. Marriage took place on 10/06/1860 in Davison, Genesee Co. MI. by Henry Ball J.P.
Children; William H. born 22/3/1865 Davison, Genesee Co. MI., died 28/8/1905 Salem Cemetery, Calera, Ala.; Stephen
Emery born 20/05/1868 Davison, MI. died 14/12/1936 Genesee Co., MI., married Roena Thiel 25 March 1899, Solon,
Leelanau Co. MI.,; Ella Beatrice born 9/10/1871 MI., died 5/3/1944 Saginaw County MI., married George Goodrich.
Benjamin married a second time to Alice Donahue, 9/11/1880, Midland, MI., Children were Daniel Samuel born 15/11/1881
died 7/1955, married Bessie M. Bell, Maggie Mage born 16/4/1883, died 23/4/1946, married Edward W. Yancer 9/3/1899
Saginaw /Co., MI.; Grace E. born 25/2/1885 Freeland, Saginaw Co. MI. died Indianapolis, Indiana, Married (1) Wilbur R.
Davis (2) James Lewis: Benjamin Franklin born 3/5/1887 Freeland, Saginaw Co., MI. died 2/10/1950, married Eunice M.
Sargent 1917; Bert Ellsworth born 1 Nov. 1888, died 2/4/1948 Bay City, MI., married Cora (Cella) Robar; Myrtle Manelva
born 8/7/1895, died 8/6/1953 (Beecher Tornado), Flint, MI., married (1) Harry Sargent, (20 Arthur Oaks; Florence M. born
18/11/1897, died Indianapolis, Indiana, married Charles Emery

BETTY JANE MORRIS: (Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet written by Betty Thiel: Betty Jane Morris born 16/12/1930 Flint, MI. daughter of Leonard A.
Morris and Wilma A. Badgley. Married 5/06/1948 in Mt. Morris to Russell Vernon Thiel, occupation Layout Inspection, born
24/9/1923 Flint, MI. son of Anthony Thiel and Grace Audrey Ives. Children; Pamela Louise born 29/03/1949 Flint, MI.
married 3/1/1977 Russell Radke; Deborah Kay born 10 11/1950, married 14/02/1977 Michael Silvchak, Jill Lynne born
22/05/1957, married 27/06/1975 unknown, Leonard Vernon born 2/11/1960, married 4/11/1978 Raelynn Luscumb.

BERT BADGLEY; ((Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Bert Elsworth Badgley born 1/11/1888 parents Benjamin V. Badgley and Alice Donahue,
died 2/4/1948 Bay City, MI. Military, World War I (lost both legs in war), married Cora (Cella) Robar, children Russell born
1907 MI., Morris born 1908 MI.


BERTHA BADGLEY: (Stephen, Benjamin V.)


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Genesee Co. MI. Marriage Records; 1920-1925: 6 Aug. 1923 James Rubel age 19, white, married Bertha Badgley age 18,
white. James was born in Lapeer. He is a resident of Flint. Bertha is a resident of Flint, born in Michigan. He is a factory
worker, parents William Rubel and Hannah Dick. Bertha‟s parents are Stephen Badgley and Roena Thiel./
Genesee Co Death Records: Vol 7, page 211; Bertha May Rubel, female, white, age 17 years 10 months 15 days died in the
township of Genesee of Pulmonary Tuberculosis.

BEVERLY IRENE BADGLEY: (Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet written by Annette: Beverly Irene Badgley born 3/31/1926 Mt. Morris, MI, daughter of Harold
S. Badgley and Cleo Irene Ferguson, married Leo Dorton Worgess 14/2/1944 Mt. Morris, Mi., son of Charles E. Worgess
and Clarissa Bauder; children, Annette Irene born 23/11/1946 Flint, MI. married 15/01/1965 Flint, MI. William G. Davis (son
of Geo. Davis and Anne Holicki), divorced 13/07/1998, married second Daniel J. Brandes (son of Stanley Brandes and
LaVada Cobbs born 15 Jan 1946 Flint, MI.), 12/2/2000 Las Vegas, NV., he is the son of Stanley Brandes and LaVada
Cobbs; Susan Mae born 19/03/1949 Flint, MI., married (1) Larry L. Turnbow, divorced, married 20 March 1984 (2) Gerald
James Hatrick; Dawn Marie born 27/5/1954 Flint, MI, married Timothy Courtemanche, divorced, married (2) Tom Keith;
Barbara Lynn born 27/3/1957 Flint, MI.; Carol Ann born 21/2/1960 Flint, MI. married (1)David D Smith Leadville, Colo.,
married (2)on 9 Nov. 1985 James Michael Ritchie divorced on 9/11/1985, married (3) Ronald D. Mills.

BYRON K BADGLEY; (Eugene)
Flint Journal; Badgley, Byron Kenneth - of Montrose, age 73, died Friday, July 17, 1987 at the VA Medical Facility, Saginaw.
Funeral services will be held 1 PM. Monday, July 20, 1987 at the Cole Funeral Home, Pastor Richard Phillips officiating.
Burial in Montrose Twp. Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home, Sunday from 2-4. Mr. Badgley was born in
Chesaning, Michigan, June 14, 1914, the son of Eugene and Alta (Boucher) Badgley. He had resided in Montrose most of
his life. He was employed as a Truck Driver for several years. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving overseas
during World War II. Surviving are: 2 2 sisters, Mrs. Ruth and husband Donald Persons of Montrose, Mrs. Hazel and
husband Miner of Owosso, several nieces and nephews.

CATHERINE BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869; Ketcheson, John A., 30 Hastings co, Huntingdon, son of James & Lucy, married 14
Sept. 1868, Catherine Badgley, 17, of Thurlow, Huntingdon, daughter of Samuel and Anna.
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1. CATHERINE BADGLEY (SAMUEL JAMES , LAWRENCE , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
(Source: (1) Jim Ketcheson, "Electronic.", (2) Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was
born Bet. 1850 - 1851 (Source: 1861 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..), and died Unknown in Probably Kent
County, Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). She married JOHN A. KETCHESON (Source: (1) Jim
Ketcheson, "Electronic.", (2) Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) 14 Sep 1868 in
Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), son of JAMES KETCHESON and
PRUDENCE DEMOREST. He was born 10 May 1834 in Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jim Ketcheson,
"Electronic."), and died Unknown.
Notes for CATHERINE BADGLEY:
History : Catherine was 17 yrs. and a resident of Huntingdon when she mar. in 1868. She and John must have gone
immediately to Kent Co., possibly accompanied by some of her family.

CATHERINE BADGLEY:
Hasting County Marriages: Catherine Badgley married Finley Osborn.

CELLA BADGLEY: (wife of Bert Badgley)
1910 MNI. Soundex: Zella Badgley age 22, Wayne Co. River Rouge, sons Russell age 2 & Morris age 1

CHARLES BADGLEY:
Marriages Frontenac County and Kingston City: 1858-1869: Charles Badgley, 32, Kingston, b. England, son of Isaac and
Theodosia, married Dec. 14, 1868 Catherine J. McNight, age 22 Kingston, Born Kingston, daughter of Edward and
Catherine.
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CHAUNCEY BADGLEY: (William)
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“Trees, Trails & Triumphs of Mundy Twp.” page 83, Chauncey Badgley, born New York 1836, 6 of 13 children of William
and Lovina (Green) Badgley, who came to Grand Blanc Twp in 1849. Chauncey came to Mundy Twp in 1863. At age 15
he went to Flint to learn the Moulder‟s trade. In 1858 he joined a party going to California which broke up in St. Louis. He
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then joined the U.S. Army, and served in Utah, New Mexico, & the Battle of Bull Run, exchanged to 5 Corp of Army. He
returned and married Anna Doty in 1863 Rouse Point, N.Y.. They had six children.

CHRISTINE BADGLEY (Robert, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V)
Christine Ann Badgley born 1953 daughter of Robert Badgley and Helen Braton, sister of Greg, Mark, Tim and Janice.
Flint Journal: Christine Ann Badgley, 18 of 5109 Lennon Road, Flint Twp., was killed Sunday in a car crash on I-75. State
troopers said she was driving north when her car left the road and crashed into the center pier of the W. Mt. Morris overpass.
Christine was a June graduate of Swartz Creek high school.

CLAYTON CLIFFORD BADGLEY: (Burt, Benjamin V.))
Saginaw County, MI. Death Records: Book F, pg 52; Badgley, Clayton Clifford, male, white 7 months old, Tittabawasse twp.
MI., burned in house, born Michigan, father Bert Badgley, mother Cella Robar.

CLIFTON BADGLEY: (Daniel, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet, compiled by Mary Kay Badgley: Clifton Badgley born 12 Oct 1922 MI. married in Ohio in
1947 Mary Kathryn (she was born 20/01/1927 Defiance, Ohio), children are David Duane born 7 Mar 1948 Flint married
Veronika Moore., Thomas Joseph born 8 Oct 1949 Flint, married Laura Ann Shelton., Dale Lewis born 28 Dec 1951 Flint,
married Miss Stafford., Daniel Victor born 8 Sept 1954 Flint, married 6 June 1981 Karen Kelush., (?) William C.,. John C.
born 08/01/1959 Flint, MI., Kathryn Ann born 31/5/1963 Flint, married 12/06/1981 Joseph Pastor.

CONELIUS BADGLEY:
1861 Canada census, twp of Thurlow, Hastings Co. pg 50 line 44; Cornelius Badgley, yeoman, born UC, religion E.M., age
75, married; Sarah his wife, born UC, age 65; Cornelius Badgley, Farmer, born UC, age 22 married; Sarah his wife, born UC
age 20‟ Emma age 2 and Elizabeth age 1.

CONELIUS BADGLEY:
Ontario marriage registers 1858-1869, Hastings Co.; Cornelius Badgley, age 20 of Tyendinaga, born Sophiasburgh, father
Cornelius, married 4 Feb. 1858, (?) L.A. Emmons age 21 of Tyendinaga, born Sophiasburgh.

CONELIUS BADGLEY:
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library: Cornelius Badgley sent to ? Jail and hard labor for robbing.

DALE LEWIS BADGLEY: (Clifton, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
A. Brandes Family Group sheet written by Dale Badgley Dale Lewis Badgley, plumber, born 12/28/1951 Flint, MI., son of
Clifton Lewis Badgley and Ms. Shriner, Roman Catholic, married 17/05/1947 in DeFiance, Ohio to Ms. Stafford, born
9/2/1950 Flint, MI., daughter of Wade Stafford and Marjorie Landrum. One child Melanie Ann born 30/10/1983 Flint, MI.

DANIEL BADGLEY: (Benjamin V.)
A. Brandes Family Group Sheet: Daniel Samuel Badgley born 15 Nov.1881 died July 1955 buried Freeland Cemetery,
Freeland, MI., son of Benjamin V. and Alice Donahue. Married Bessie M. Bell, children Emmerson born 17 Dec. 1908 MI.;
Enafay born 30 May 1913 Vassar MI., Harry born 19/4/1910; Clifford born 12/10/1922; Clifton born 12/10/1922; Lyle born
1928.
1910 Mi. Soundex: B324, Daniel Badgley, white, age 27, br. MI., wife Bessie age 25 br. MI. son Emmerson.
1912 Polk Directory page 181: Daniel listed as machinist, residence at 752 Baker St., Flint, Mi. 1913 Polk /directory 750
McCellan St., Dan & Bessie, Stephen & Roena (Roena‟s niece) Viola and (Roena‟s brothers) Tony and William.

DANIEL VICTOR BADGLEY: (Clifton, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
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A.Brandes Family Group sheet, written by Dan Badgley; Daniel Victor Badgley born 8/9/1954 Flint, MI., son of Clifton Lewis
Badgley and Mary Schriner, St. Daniels Roman Catholic Church, Clarkston, MI., married on 6/6/1981 to Karen Kelush in
Flint, MI.. She was born 6/8/1954 Flint, MI., children Kristina Lynn born 7/12/1985 Wayne Co. MI., Kevin Daniel born
28/1/1989 Wayne Co., MI. Siani Hospital.

DAVID BADGLEY:
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1859 Hastings Co. Madoc Twp. Directory, page 231: David Badgley, Yeoman, 3 concession, part lot 32.

DAVID BADGLEY:
Ontario Marriage Register 1858-1869 Hastings Co. David Badgley age 32 of Hungerford twp., born Camden, son of Thomas
and Sarah Ann (Grant) married 13 May 1863 Elizabeth Youmans, age 20 of Hungerford, born Camden, parents Eleazer and
Magdalena (Labeck).

DAVID DUANE BADGLEY: (Clifton, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet, written by Dave Badgley: David Duane Badgley born 7/3/1948 Flint, MI., son of Clifton
Badgley and Mary Schriner, Plumber, Army 1967-1970 (Viet Nam), Cath., Other info “Good Looking”. Married to Veronika
Moore born 11/03/1949 Germany, children Angelic born 1/11/1971 Fayetteville, N.C., Jerome born 13/4/1972 Flint, MI..

DEAN BADGLEY:
“Shiawasse Steppin Stones” Dec 1983, page 38,39, Wildwood Cemetery; Dean Badgley 1848 - 1932, also Mary Badgley
1857 - 1928.

DEBORAH BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Family Registry Index; Badgley, Deborah, br. 1797 Canada, Died 1874 Ontario, Canada, Father Samuel Badgley, Mother
Lady Polly Lawrence, spouse, Samuel Ross
AVW:
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1. DEBORAH BADGLEY (SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
"Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 1797 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth
(Meyers) Stather.), and died 1874 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean (Mrs. H. T.) Stather). She married
SAMUEL ROSS (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) Abt. 1816 (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He was born 1791 in U. S. A. (Source: Jean (Mrs.
H. T.) Stather), and died Abt. Jun 1873 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).

Notes for DEBORAH BADGLEY:
History : Deborah was the last child of Sam and Polly Badgley, born on lot 15 con 4 Thurlow, when her mother was 44-5
years, and her eldest brother, Stephen was about 26 yrs. She and her husband may have lived with his parents for a time.
On 21 Feb.1837 they bought from Fraser Liddell, the west 100 acres of lot 15 con 3 Thurlow. Fraser's wife, Catherine
Badgley was a d/o Lawrence who was Deborah's brother. On 17 Nov.1837 Sam received the remaining 100 acres of lot 15
from the Crown plus another 70 acres of an unnamed lot. Samuel deeded the original 100 acres, W 1/2 to son Abraham on
5 Feb.1861. This would indicate that eldest son William was settled elsewhere. The 1851 Thurlow census shows: Sam 58,
Deb 52, Ann 14 and Henry 12. The parents' ages are 2 years over their known ages, but the children may be correct. Are
Ann and Catherine the same person, born 1838 and Henry would be born 1839-40? The numbering will be left as is, until
proven otherwise. From Land Reg. - On 22 Mar.1842 Crown to Sam Ross -100 acres, north ½ lot 4 con 6 Tyendinaga, which
they granted to Mr. Farnsworth on 15 Mar.1856. Note: Sam and Deb were still in Thurlow at the 1851 census. Did they claim
the Tyendinaga. lot for son William who would be 24 years old and possibly recently married? -On 27 Sept 1845 Crown to
Sam Ross -77 acres, lot 12 con 9 Tyendinaga. This was sold on 19 May 1846 to James Elmy, but it was 16 June 1873 when
widow Deborah Ross signed the 'Release of Dower'. Reg.10 July 1873.
Much of the research on these children was done by Joan Parks of Belleville and Thomas Hawkins of Midland, Ont. No
sources given.
More About DEBORAH BADGLEY:
Burial: Reed Burying Ground, PL 26, Con. 3. Thurlow Twp., Corbyville, Hastings Co., Ont (Source: Joan Edith Parks)


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DEBORAH BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Deborah Badgley born 1840.
AVW: Looks like the daughter of William and Abigail who was born 08 Apr 1840

DORCAS BADGLEY:
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Ontario Archives: b-35: Badgley = Heart shaped suspended on iron; Dorcas, daughter of W. & S. Badgley, the 12 Line
Cemetery, Con 12, Lot 19, Rawdon Twp. Hastings Co.

DORIS BADGLEY: (Harry, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
Letter from Doris to A.Brandes: July 17, 1989, Dear Annette, Thank you for the invitation to the “Badgley” Family reunion.
I am very disappointed that my husband and I and neither of our two sons are able to attend. We have previous plans for
that weekend for out of state guests at our cottage on Clear Lake. Aunt Ena Faye Badgley Van Kirk has told me a bit about
your work in the study of Badgley family history. I would be interested in purchasing anything you may have printed in the
future. My father was “Harry” - son of Dan Badgley. We are at our cottage for the summer and will be back home in
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Davison after Nov. 1 . I will give you both addresses for the future. Thank you again. Sincerely, Doris & Dale Barrett,
1007 Oda St. Davison, Mich. 48423

DOROTHY BADGLEY:
Flint Journal Obit: Badgley, Dorothy L. of Flint, age 78, died Saturday, Nov. 16,1991 at the residence. Funeral services will
be held 10 AM Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1991 at Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 W. Hill Rd. Rev. Dale Pattee, foliating. Burial at
Wildwood Cemetery in Chesaning. Mrs. Badgley was born in Chesaning, MI. Feb. 18, 1913 and had been a resident of
Flint for 60 years, coming from Chesaning. She married Leslie E. Badgley on Aug. 22, 1931 in Flint; he preceded her in
death on March 31, 1979. She was employed at Hamady Brothers for 16 years, retiring from Store No. 24 in the Meat
Department. Surviving are: son, Lyle and wife Joy of Flint; 2 daughters Leila and husband Dick Maczej of Thousand Oaks,
CA., Rita and husband E.J. Hall of Burton; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was also preceded in death
by her 2 brothers.

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EDWIN BADGLEY: (MATTHIAS , CORNELIUS , GEORGE , ANTHONY )
Ontario Marriage Bonds: Badgley, Edwin & Harriet Day, both of Kingston Two. 30 Oct. 1833.
AVW:
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1. WILLIAM EDWIN BADGLEY (MATTHIAS , CORNELIUS , GEORGE , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 15 Aug 1811 in Kingston, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 16 Jul 1892 in St. Catherine‟s, Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth
(Meyers) Stather.). He married (1) HARRIET R. DAY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import:
May 8, 1999.) 30 Oct 1833 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). She was born 22 Feb 1813 in Kingston, Ont.
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 10 Dec 1845 in Kingston, Ont.
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He married (2) NANCY ROSE (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) 28 Dec 1847 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), daughter of SAMUEL ROSE and SARAH CATON. She was born Abt.
1823 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 09 Feb 1855 in N. Cayuga,
Canada West (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He married (3)
CAROLINE RILEY, MRS. (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 7, 1983-1984, "Electronic," 216.) 10 Nov
1858 in At Canfield Station by Rev. John Shaw (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 7, 1983-1984,
"Electronic," 216.). She was born Abt. 1825 in Canada (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import:
May 8, 1999.), and died 04 Feb 1911 in Corinth, Bayham Twp., Elgin Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
"Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

Notes for WILLIAM EDWIN BADGLEY:
History : William was a farmer in Ernestown, Lennox Cty.. until after the 1851 census, which showed children M.J. -11, S. -2,
C.-1. (Catherine, Matthias and Lewis are missing) I.G.I. lists the birthplace of Harriett's children in Port Weller, Lincoln as
well as in Frontenac, which seems to be correct. Harriett died in Kingston and William remarried there. The family was in
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Port Weller (St. Catherine‟s area) before Feb.1855, when Nancy died. William remarried nearly 4 years later, after Mary
Jane had died, but there were still 6 children at home. In 1858 he lived at North Cayuga. In 1871 William was in Grantham
Twp, Lincoln Co., was a farmer and a Wesleyan Methodist. He died in St. Catherines. (VS) VS # 010009/92 calls him William
G.

More About WILLIAM EDWIN BADGLEY:
Residence: 1833, Kingston Twp., Frontenac Co., Ont. (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, Marriage Bonds of Ontario, 1803-1834,
(Hunterdon House, Lambertville, NJ), 255.)

EI BADGLEY:
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library: EI Badgley appointed clergyman of Albert College Jan. 27, 1879.

ELEANOR BADGLEY: ((Gilbert, Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Eleanor Badgley born 1846.
AVW:
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1. ELEANOR 'ELLEN' BADGLEY (GILBERT , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source:
Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.) was born 08 Nov 1848 in Hungerford Twp.,
Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died Unknown in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
(Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). She married GEORGE WAY (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County
(Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.) 01 Jan 1873 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), son of SIDNEY WAY and ELIZABETH FAIRMAN. He was born 20 Apr
1848 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Linda Corupe, UE, Wesleyan Methodist Baptism Registers of
Hastings County, Ontario 1840-1902, (April 1999).), and died 21 Jun 1924 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).

Notes for ELEANOR 'ELLEN' BADGLEY:
Children: WAY from Way Genealogy
History : Ellen and George married and lived in Tweed. Both buried in Victoria and St. James Cem. Stoco, Hungerford. No
date on stone

ELIZABETH BADGLEY:
Thomas Line age 18 of Rawdon twp. Born Stirling son of Thomas and Susan (Horton) married 2 March 1861 Elizabeth
Badgley age 20 of Rawdon, born Picton daughter of Joseph and Emily (Sager).

ELIZABETH BADGLEY:
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library; Elizabeth Badgley married Sept 22, 1857 Edward McDonald, both of Thurlow,
Hastings Co.

ELLA BEATRICE BADGLEY: (Benjamin V.)
A. Brandes Family Group sheet: Ella Beatrice Badgley born 9/10/1871 Davison MI., died 5 March 1944 Saginaw MI.,
daughter of Benjamin V. Badgley and Eunice M. Snyder. One daughter Julia.

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ELLEN BADGLEY (Reuben STEPHEN , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869; Sprague, John age 21, Sophiasburgh, son of Howet & Mary married 15 June 1864,
Ellen Badgley age 17 of Sophiasburghs, Thurlow, daughter of Reuben & Maria.
AVW:
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1. ELLEN AUGUSTA BADGLEY (REUBEN , STEPHEN , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 01 Mar 1847 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings
Co., Ont. (Source: Linda Corupe, UE, Wesleyan Methodist Baptism Registers of Hastings County, Ontario 1840-1902,
(April 1999).), and died 25 Jan 1927 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).
She married JOHN ALLISON SPRAGUE (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.) 16 Jun 1864 in Hastings Co., Ont.
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), son of HALLET SPRAGUE and MARY
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ALLISON. He was born Abt. 1844 in Sophisaburg, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import:
May 8, 1999.), and died 14 Sep 1907 in Ont., Canada (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import:
May 8, 1999.).

Notes for ELLEN AUGUSTA BADGLEY:
History :Ellen was baptized 20 Jul 1860 Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Cty., Ont. by Thos Cullen. Ellen and John
married in Hastings Co. (possibly in Belleville) Both are buried in Glenwood Cemetery in Picton.

More About ELLEN AUGUSTA BADGLEY:
Baptism: 20 Jul 1860, Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. by Thos Cullen (Source: Linda Corupe, UE, Wesleyan
Methodist Baptism Registers of Hastings County, Ontario 1840-1902, (April 1999).)
Burial: Glenwood Cemetery, Picton, Ont. (Source: Joan Edith Parks)

Notes for JOHN ALLISON SPRAGUE:
John was a Wesleyan Methodist and lived on Big Island, Sohiasburgh.

ELLEN BADGLEY:
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library; Ellen Badgley married Jan 1, 1873 George Way, both of Hungerford.

ELLEN H. BADGLEY:
Saginaw County, MI. Death Records: Book F, pg 24,; Feb. 27, 1910, Badgley, Ellen H. female, white, age 82 years, 9
months 26 days of Township of Chesaning, cause of death Asterio, born New Jersey, Wife. Father Mathew Brown, Mother
Catherine Emmons.

ELSIE BADGLEY (Horace)
16 Feb 1891 age 17 of Leelanau Co., born Huron Co. MI., daughter of Horace Badgley and Jessie Van Slyck, married Oscar
Chancer age 24, born Westfield Ind., farmer, witnesses Fred H. Badgley of Maple City, MI.

EMERSON BADGLEY: (Daniel, Benjamin V)
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Flint Journal 6/30/1979, Mr. & Mrs. Emerson D. Badgley of Sault Ste. Marie, formerly of Atlas, will celebrate their 50
wedding anniversary today at an open house given at their home. Mr. Badgley married Marion I. Burton June 29, 1929 in
Davison. He worked for Chevrolet for 14 years. They owned and operated Cozy Corner Restaurant in Barbeau and the
For-Al Motel in Sault Ste. Marie for 27 years. They have three children, Mrs. Stanley (
Gladys) Liddell of Traverse City, Mrs. Carroll (Louise) Owen of Otisville, and Mrs. Carl (Shirley) Atkins of Barbeau. There
are 16 grandchildren and six great grandchildren.


EMMA BADGLEY:
1861 Census; Belleville, pg 63, Emma Badgley born C.W., age 12, non member of Howard family.
AVW: Not enough information to identify. I have one that married Peter Nelson and another that married Adelbert West

EMMA JANE BADGLEY:
Ontario Archive (microfilm): Thomasburg: #317; Badgley, Emma Jane wife of Robert Harry Kennedy, stone upright Red:
Robert Harry Kennedy 1879 - 1961, His wife Emma Jane Badgley 1885 - 1975.


ENA FAYE BADGLEY: (Daniel, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet written by Ena Faye; Ena Faye Badgley born 5/30/1913 Vassar, Tuscola Co., MI. daughter
of Daniel Badgley and Bessie Bell, married Lloyd Cummings born 10/17/1910 Goodrich MI., son of Lewis Cummings and
Lillie Miller, divorced, children Gwen Laurie Cummings born 10/03/1935 Goodrich, married Richard Currie 10/7/1953; Jo
Ella Cummings born 5/4/1941 married 10/24/12959 Vern Johnson, had children Anthony Vernon born 8/26/1960 Flint MI.,


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married 4/1983 Cathy; Todd Earl born 7/71962 Flint MI. married 9/15/1983; Corey David born 6/8/1967 Flint, MI. married
Jeanne.. Ena Faye married a second time to Charles VanKirk, and also divorced.
Flint Journal Obit: Van Kirk, Ena Faye (Badgley) of Burton, age 78 died Tuesday, Jan 28, 1992 at St. Joseph Hospital, Flint.
Funeral services will be held 1PM Friday, Jan. 31, 1992 at Hudson Funeral Home, Otisville, Rev. Gary L. Sanderson
officiating. Burial in Smith Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Van Kirk was born in Birch Run, MI May 30, 1913, the daughter of Daniel and
Bessie Badgley. She was employed by Goodrich Area Schools, first as Cafeteria Director. In 1956 she went back to
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school and got her teaching degree and taught 1 grade for 20 years, retiring in 1976. Surviving are: 2 daughters, Gwen
Lorie and husband Richard Currie of Orlando, FL., Jo Ella Johnson of Burton and special friend Jerry Nelson of Swartz
Creek; 7 grandchildren, Steven and Annette Currie of Brooklyn, NY, Laurie Currie of Brooklyn, NY, Stacy and Carla Currie of
Ocoee, FL., Matthew Currie of Orlando, Fl., Tony and Kathy Johnson of North Richland Hills, TX., Todd and Barbara
Johnson of Hurst, TX, Corey and Jeanne Johnson of Ft. Jackson, SC; 6 great grandchildren, Matthew, Jeffrey Kyle, Daniel,
Katie and Zachary Johnson; special niece and nephew, Gladys and Stan Liddell of Traverse City; many other special nieces
and nephews and grand nieces and nephews; 4 sisters-in-law, Mary Kay, Virginia, Marion and Ann Badgley. She was
preceded in death by her 5 brothers; Emerson, Harry, Clifford, Clifton and Lyle Badgley.

ETTIE BADGLEY:
Ettie Badgley age of Maple Grove, born Michigan married Duane Fall age 22, homemaker, of Maple Grove, born New York,
married 13 Sept 1873 at Maple Grove by John Northwood J.P., witnesses Curtis Fall and Delia Fall

ERNESTINE H. BADGLEY:
Lapeer Co. Press Sept 25, 1991: Ernestine H. Badgley, 71, of Columbiaville died Sept 23, 1991 at the Riverbend Nursing
Home in Grand Blanc. She was born Oct. 8, 1919 in Scottsville to Delos and Ruby (Sanders) Archer. Mrs. Badgley is
survived by her husband, William; one son, Richard (and wife, Janice) Badgley of Columbiaville; five grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren. Baird-Newton Funeral Home.

EUGENE BADGLEY:
“Shiawasse Steppin Stones” Dec. 1983, Wildwood Cemetery, Eugene Badgley, in the old Emery section #118, also Alta
Badgley.

EUNICE MATILDA SNYDER: (Katherine Snyder, Samuel Badgley)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Married June 10, 1860 to Benjamin Badgley, She was born February 15, 1840 Ontario, Canada, died March 20, 1880
Midland, Midland Co. MI.
See information under Benjamin V. Badgley, also information under Katherine Badgley daughter of Samuel.
Aug 5, 1988 Midland Co courthouse, clerk found no death record for Eunice dated March 1880.

GARRETTE BADGLEY: (William, Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Garrette Badgley born 1850

GEORGE BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib.: George Badgley, Battery I 1 Light Artillery, 22 Aug 1862 at Hudson, 3 yrs age
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18, mustered 3 Sept 1862 discharged for disability at Detroit 3 Nov 1862, re-enlisted Co. G 18 Inf. 29 Dec 1863 at Hudson
for 3 yrs. Nashville 25 Jan 1864 transferred Co. I 9the Inf. 25 June 1865 Mustered out, Nashville 15 Sept 1865.

GILBERT BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Ontario Land Grant Index: Badgley, Gilbert, Hungerford twp, lot W ½ -10 Conn. 4, id code5, date of issue 1846/11/04,
transaction S., type of lease C1.
Parks Cemetery, Hungerford twp, Hastings Co., Ont. Methodist Episcopal Church (Hwy 37, Con 6, lot 13) Gilbert Badgley
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(2 row, R. to L. 7. White SBT) died 23 Feb. 1874 age 58.
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997


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Gilbert Badgley born 1816, died Feb. 23 1874 age 58 years. His marriage took place in 18328 to Frances (known as
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Fanny) born 1818. Both were buried at Parks Cemetery (formerly known as Mount Zion Cemetery), Lot 13 of the 6
Concession of Hungerford twp, Marlbank Rd., Stoco, Ontario, Hastings Co., County Road 13, Canada. Their children were
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born at South Half of Lot 12 of the 6 Concession of Hungerford twp. Stoco, Ontario.
1861 Census; Hungerford Twp., Gilbert Badgley, farmer, born Canada, Methodist, age 44, wife Fanny age 40, Julian age
18, Harriet age 16, ? Panzy age 14, ? Esther age 12, Sidmore age 10, ? Brockseny age 7. Samuel age 4.
AVW: Son of Samuel Badgley and Nancy Garrison.

GOLDIE IRENE BADGLEY: (Stephen, Benjamin V.,)
Goldie died of meningitis, buried in Cedar, MI. with Badgley Family, information per Enafay (Badgley) VanKirk..

GRACE BADGLEY:
1902 Grace Badgley married Wilbur R. Davis

HAROLD STEPHEN BADGLEY; (Stephen, Benjamin,)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Harold Stephen Badgley born 08/02/0900 Cedar, Leelanaw Co., MI. son of Stephen E.
Badgley and Roena Thiel, died 16/07/1979 Flint, MI., buried Flint Memorial Cemetery, located on Dort Hwy. Flint, MI.,
married 11/01/1923 Cleo Irene Ferguson born 3/8/1903, Port Huron, St. Clair Co., MI., daughter of Frederick L. Ferguson
and Estella Irene Swain. Children; Virginia Maxine born 16/12/1924, married John Pringnitz 19/07/1944 Mt. Morris MI.;
Beverly Irene born 31/03/1926 Flint MI. married Leo Dorton Worgess 17/02/1945 Mt. Morris, MI.; Patricia Ann married
William Wright; Robert Frederick born 31/07/19--, married 8/10/19-- Helen Braton; Shirley Mage born 13/9/19--, married
Richard Derengowski.
Genesee Co. Death Records: Vol. D - 222 page 546,born 2/8/1900 died 7/16/1979, age 79, Born Michigan, married Cleo I.
Ferguson, SS.# 368-07-5986, retried Buick Motors Supervisor, residence; 2469 Elmwood, Flint, Mi; Tucson, Arizona, Elms
Road, Swartz Creek, MI, Spruce St, Mt. Morris, MI., Cause of death: Acute Myocardial Infarction, Coronary Artery Disease,
Died at Keith Haven Nursing Home, Buried, Flint Memorial Park, Mt. Morris, Funeral Home; Miles Martin, Mt. Morris.

HARRY WILSON BADGLEY: (Daniel, Benjamin V.)
Genesee County MI. Birth Records; PAGE 74, Harry Wilson Badgley born 19 April 1910, male, white, Legit. Born Flint,
parents Daniel S. and Bessie M. (Bell) Badgley, 752 Baker St. Flints, parents born Michigan, father contractor builder.
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Harry Badgley born 19 Apr 1910, son of Daniel Badgley and Bessie Bell; Children Doris,
Janes, Patrick and another daughter (no name).

HARRIOT BADGLEY: (Gilbert, Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Harriett Badgley born 1842.
AVW: I have her born Oct 1845.

HENRY MORTIMER BADGLEY:
LDS IGI BATCH a471953; “Eastern Ontario” Henry M. Badgeley born 1817 Lennox and Addington, Ernestown; married
Alvina Amy born 1817 daughter of Peter born 1787 and Mary Baker born 1791.

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HENRY WILSON BADGLEY: (William, Samuel, SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) )
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Henry Badgley born 1856. His marriage took place on Feb. 10, 1876 by Rev. M. Metherell to Elizabeth Purvis, born 1856 in
Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co, Canada. Her parents were Robert and Margaret Purvis.

AVW: Some corrections!!
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1. HENRY WILSON BADGLEY (WILLIAM , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Vital
Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 016383/13.) was born 06 Sep 1862 in Lot 24, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co.,
Canada West (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.), and died 26 Jan 1913 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co.,
Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 016383/13.). He married MARGARET 'ELIZABETH' PURVIS
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(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) 10 Feb 1890 in Hungerford Twp., by Rev
M. Metherell (Source: Hungerford Township Marriage Register.), daughter of ROBERT PURVIS and 'MRS. MARGARET.
She was born 15 Feb 1869 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died
1955 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).

Notes for HENRY WILSON BADGLEY:
History: Henry and Elizabeth were married by Rev. M. Metherell. Henry farmed the E½ of lot 24 con 6 Hungerford., deeded
to him on 25 Sept.1886 on condition that he care for his 3 unmarried siblings. He was granted a Certificate of Dispensation
for the care of his siblings, called lunatics, from brother Ben and a co-owner on 8 Sept.1899, 4 months after his mother died.
This resulted in the sale of a portion of Ben's lot in 1901 and a mortgage being taken out by Ben. Henry died of acute Brights
disease at age 50. From Land Reg.: On 2 Oct.1885 an Agreement was made between bothers Benjamin and Henry
regarding the care of the 3 mentally disabled siblings. On 25 Sept.1886 (Reg.18 Jan.1888), after his father William died.
Death record VS # 016383

More About HENRY WILSON BADGLEY:
Burial: Victoria Lawn Cemetery (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.)
Cause of Death: Acute Brights disease, 2-4 months (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.)
Occupation: Farmer (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.)
Residence: Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.)


IRA BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Ira Badgley born 1822, died 1826 age 4 yrs.

ISAIAH BADGELEY;
Marriage Notices of Ontario; (Reid) Palladium, Toronto, 14 Feb. 1838, Isaiah Badleley to Theresa Howard, both of
Sophiasburgh, Rev. T. Demorest. Ibid. Also William Thompson to Nancy Badgeley, both of Sohiasburgh.
1861 Canada census, Thurlow twp, Hastings co. pg 50 line 9: Isaiah, farmer born J.C. age 47, Theresa br U.C. age ?5, Ira
age 22, Eraom age 17, Phillip age 15, Emily age 12, Albert age 10, Thomas age 9, Wesley age 5. Living in a frame log house
1 & ½ stories, 1 family.
AVW: More
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1. ISAIAH A BADGLEY (CORNELIUS , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Vital Statistics of
Ontario Microfilm Record # 004616/77.) was born 20 Jul 1814 in Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. (Source:
Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died 30 Sep 1877 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of
Ontario Microfilm Record # 004616/77.). He married THERESA EMILY HOWARD (Source: Pioneer Life on the Bay of
Quinte, 1904.) 17 Jan 1838 in By Rev. Thomas Demorest, Wesleyan Methodist (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario
Register, Vol 7, 1983-1984, "Electronic," 189.), daughter of ERATUS HOWARD and CATHARINE DEMOREST. She was
born 19 Mar 1816 in Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Bible Record., (2) 1901 census of Thurlow
Twp., Hastings Co., Ont., pt4, p2.), and died 04 May 1906 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

Notes for ISAIAH A BADGLEY:
age 63
Children: BADGLEY from Family Bible of Helen Badgley Jarvis of Guelph, Ont.
History : Isaiah and Theressa were married in Sophiasburg by publication of Banns, witnessed by her brother Rev. Nathan
Howard and Ruben C. Farnam, and performed by Nathan. Other recs. show a married date of 17 Jan.1838, and another of
14 Feb.1838. They lived on lot 46 or 47 on Big Island, Sophiasburg, until March 1853 when they moved to lot 22 con. 3
Thurlow. Isaiah was converted to Methodism in 1830 at Adolphustown. In the Bible, owned by Helen Jarvis are 2
membership cards to the Methodist Episcopal Church, belonging to Theressa, both dated in the 1850's. At the time of
moving to Thurlow there were 7 living children and another expected. On 10 Nov.1865, they held a mortgage on 30 acres for
Ann Sophia Badgley, who has not been identified. This mortgage was discharged on 16 Nov.1868 by Ann Sophia Ridley. In
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the 1876 Thurlow assessment Isaiah had 5 cows, 13 sheep, 3 hogs, and 2 horses. He owned 1/5 ac., pt. lot 4 con.2 (in
Belleville) where Albert College was then situated (now College St.). A brick home was built at an unknown time on lot 22.
It's design dates it to about 1860 and it is still in use, with some exterior alterations, and in a very presentable condition.
Isaiah died of consumption of the bowels at his home. His obit. States: "He is survived by his wife and 7 children, preceded
in death by 5 children. One son is a professor at Albert College and 2 others are attending there. He served as a Steward at
Albert College for nearly 4 years". Isaiah and Theressa are buried in the family plot in Elmwood Cemetery (formerly the
Reed Burying Ground), PL 26, Con. 3 Thurlow Twp., with several of their children and grandchildren. Note : The death date
on his stone is Sept. 31. Spouse: Theressa continued to live with her unmarried sons on lot 22. A year after Isaiah died, she
made her will, bequeathing this 100 acres to her youngest son Cornelius "Wesley",and appointing sons Ira Colborne and
Eratus Irvin, and son-in-law Abraham Ketchepaw, executors. Wesley brought his bride to lot 22 in Jan.1893 and 5 children
were born there by June 1901.
VS # 04616/77 states that Isaiah Badgley died 30 Sep 1877 in Thurlow of Consumption at age 63, born in PE Cty. (AVW)

More About ISAIAH A BADGLEY:
Burial: Elmwood Cemetery (formerly the Reed Burying Ground), PL 26, Con. 3 Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source:
Joan Edith Parks)
Cause of Death: consumption (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record #004616/77)
Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1871 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Religion: Methodist (Source: 1871 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Residence: 1871, Lot 22, Con. 3, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1871 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co.,
Ont..)

ISAIAH BADGLEY:
Marriage Notices of Ontario, by Reid: Palladium, Toronto, Ont. CA. 14 Feb 1838; Isaiah Badgeley, married to Theresa
Howard, both of Sophiasburgh by the Rev. T. Demorest.
1861 CA census Twp of Thurlow, Hastings Co. pg 50 line 9; Isaiah Badgley, farmer born UC age 47 married, Theressa
Badgley, wife born UC age 24, Ira Badgley age 22 single, ? Erain age 17 single, Phillip age 15 single, Emily age 12 single,
Albert age 10, Thomas age 9, Wesley age 5; Frame log house 1 & ½ stories, one family.

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ISRAGEL BADGLY (THOMAS JOSEPH , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
Huron Co census 1871; Badgley, Israel, 55, born Que. Religion C.E., origin English, Farmer, Dist. 0265, sub J Div. 1 page
54.also listed as Dist (Lincoln) 021 sub A Div 2 pg 53.

AVW: Probably this one.
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1. ISRageL LAWRENCE BADGLEY (THOMAS JOSEPH , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source:
Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.) was born Abt. 1820 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died Abt. 1881 in
Probably in St. Thomas, Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). He married ELIZABETH (ELIZA) TAYLOR
(Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.) 09 May 1842 in By Rev. John Reynolds in
Victoria District (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 7, 1983-1984, "Electronic," 85.), daughter of
RICHARD TAYLOR and BETSY CURBIN. She was born Abt. 1821 in England (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay,
"Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.), and died 01 Feb 1890 in Port Austin, Michigan (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash)
Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.).

Notes for ISRageL LAWRENCE BADGLEY:
Children: contributed by M. Harris and others
History : Isragel spent his early years in Hastings and Lennox & Addington Cos. He married in Hastings (Victoria Dist.) as
Isragel Badgley, no middle name. Witnesses were William G. Reynolds, Mary Ann Shebly. The next record is in 1850 in
Grey Twp., Huron Co. when daughter Mary was born. On 10 Oct. 1851 he applied for 200 acres in Usborne Twp., Huron
Co., lot 4, con.8, but the land rec. states this was leased and not their home. Their daughter Sarah was born in Usborne in
1856, and the remaining 4 children were born in Grey Twp. When their eldest son Sylvanus was born , and when he died, his
father was named Lawrence. From this I have assumed that Isragel's middle name was Lawrence. In the 1871 Index for
Grey Twp, there is an Isragel Badgley, age 55, born in Que., Religion C. of E., farmer. There is also Sylvanus, age 28 in
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another area. Isragel and Eliza moved to Elgin Co. at an unknown time. Daughter Mary was of Grey Twp. when she married
in July 1869, but Louisa was of Yarmouth, Elgin Co. when she married in Oct. of the same year. (1869 Ont. married recs.)
Three of their children settled in or near St. Thomas, Elgin Co. and an Eliza Badgley, widow, was living there when she
remarried in 1883. Thus, I believe that Isragel probably died there. There is a record of Badgley children being baptized in
Grey Twp, Huron Co. on 3 July 1869. These were probably son Sylvanus

More About ISRageL LAWRENCE BADGLEY:
Addenda: Age in 1871: 55 (Source: (1) Brøderbund Family Archive #116, Ed. 1, Census Index: Ontario, Canada, 1871, Date
of Import: Mar 10, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.116.1.448.0, (2) Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar,
1999.)
Occupation: Farmer (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.)
Religion: Church of England, Anglican (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.)
Residence: Grey Twp., Huron N. Co., Ont. (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.)

JACOB BADGLEY:
1851 census, C.W., Hastings Co., Thurlow twp, part 1 page 10; Jacob Badgley farmer born CA. Rel. EpM. Age 42, Lorane
his wife born CA. age 38, (?)Ryab H. (all children born CA.) age 12, Miranda age 10, Alovina age 9, Deborah age 5,
Alexander age 2, Mauter H, (?) age 1. Frame house 1 & ½ story, one family.
Agricultural census Conn. 3, lot 14, 75a., 50 in cultivation, 26 in crops in 1851,. 22 pasture, 2 orchard, 25 wild wood, wheat
10 a. 30 bus. Oats 5 a. bus., Indian corn 1 a.-20 bus., 3 tons hay, 2 oxen, 2 cows, 2 calves, 3 sheep, 4 pigs, 200 lbs butter,
5 barrels pork.
1861 census, CA Hastings co., Thurlow twp line 2: Jacob Badgley, farmer age 50 married born UC., Lorinda wife age 46
married born UC., Royal, son age 21 single, Sarah daughter age 19, Alzina daughter age 17, Debby A. daughter age 13,
Alexander son age 11, & James A. son age 9.


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JAMES BADGLEY (LAWRENCE , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
1851 Canada, Hastings, Thurlow Twp. Page 11; James Badgley farmer, born Canada age 35, Ann age 30, Hannah age9,
Ira age7, John age5. Lawrence age 3, and Catherine age 1. Also: Ayson, farmer born Canada age31, wife Jane age 31,
Arvilla age 19, Ann age 16, Phillip age11, Cynthia age 6, Alvinia age 3, Sarah age 1; Frame house 1 & ½ stories, one
family.

AVW: Descendants of Samuel James Badgley
                                                      Generation No. 1

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1. SAMUEL JAMES BADGLEY (LAWRENCE , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born Bet. 1815 - Jan 1816 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co.,
Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died Aft. 1868 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). He
married CATHERINE ANN GRAHAM (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) Bef.
1843 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.. She was born 1821 (Source: 1861 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co.,
Ont..), and died Unknown.

Notes for SAMUEL JAMES BADGLEY:
History : Samuel's birth was derived from the fact that, when his father prayed for land in Feb. 1816, he stated that he had 7
children. Even with the 'assumed' son born in 1801, only 6 can be accounted for, unless Samuel was born before that date.
Note: J.S. If another child can be found, Samuel's birth date will be later. On the 1851 Thurlow census he is called James
and is on the W½ of his father's lot 13 con.4. This land had been deeded to his younger brother Thomas on 19 April 1850,
but Thomas was not yet married, and was living with his parents, so Samuel and his family lived there. All but his last child
were born on this lot. On 16 Mar. 1853, for " their love and 5 pounds" Lawrence and Arvilla deeded him the west 75 acres of
lot 14 con.3, where his brother Anson had been living at the 1851 census. Samuel and family were still on that lot at the 1861
census, and one more child had been born there, at that time he was shown as a Wes. Meth. Samuel mortgaged 30 ac. to
David Roblin on 10 may 1862, two months after his father died, then sold the 75 ac. on 11 Feb.1864 to Mr. Loucks.
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Presumably the family moved to Huntingdon, Hastings, since daughter Catherine was of Huntingdon when she married at
age 17 in 1868. Samuel does not appear as head of a family in the 1871 Hastings census, or in any other recorded census,
so may have been living with a married daughter or died in Hungerford. A will was written by a Samuel Badgley in
Huntingdon in 1875. Daughter Catherine settled in Kent Co., Ont. Son Lawrence died in Kent Co., and son Rufus may have
gone there first, before continuing on to Illinois. The others are not accounted for.

More About SAMUEL JAMES BADGLEY:
Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1861 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Religion: Wes. Meth (Source: 1861 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Residence: Lot 14, Cons. 3, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1861 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)

Children of SAMUEL BADGLEY and CATHERINE GRAHAM are:
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         I. HANNAH M. BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
             Abt. 1843 (Source: 1861 census for Thurlow Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.); d. Unknown.

            Notes for HANNAH M. BADGLEY:
            No data. May have married and stayed in Thurlow when family went to Huntingdon.

         ii. IRA BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b. 1845
             (Source: 1861 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..); d. Unknown.
2.      iii. JOHN S. BADGLEY, b. Bet. 1846 - 1847, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.; d. Unknown.
        iv. LAWRENCE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
             Bet. 1849 - 1850 (Source: 1861 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..); d. 05 Sep 1917, Dover Twp.,
             Kent Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

            Notes for LAWRENCE BADGLEY:
            His Obit. states; Died age 67yrs. buried at the House of Refuge, Dover Twp., single, parents unknown, died of
            cancer of the jaw. Notes J.S. - N.C.has a picture of a large group of Badgleys, no date. One elderly man has a
            white cloth covering the lower part of his face--Is this Lawrence, hiding his cancerous jaw?
            Death record VS # 016803/17

3.      v. CATHERINE BADGLEY, b. Bet. 1850 - 1851; d. Unknown, Probably Kent County, Ont..
        vi. RHUPHUS BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
            1856 (Source: 1861 census for Thurlow Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.); d. Unknown.

            Notes for RHUPHUS BADGLEY:
            Rufus born about 1856 (TAVW: I don’t know this one. Turlow census) or July 1959 (Chicago census) From the
            1900 census of Chicago, Cook Co.., Illinois: Rufus Badgley born July 1859 in Canada, with wife Mary, born
            September 1867 in Ireland. Note: On 1861Thurlow census Rufus was 5 and sister Catherine 9 (b.a.1851) If the
            census was done in early Jan. 1860 and Rufus was 5 months rather than years , it would be correct. There is no
            proof that this is the same Rufus.

JAMES BADGLEY:
1851 Canada census, Hastings Co., Thurlow twp. James Badgley, yeoman, born U.S. religion Church of England, age 71,
widowed, frame house, one story.

JAMES BADGLEY:
1851 Can. Census, Hastings Co, Thurlow Twp: part 2, page 28, James Badgley farmer born U.S., Baptist age 62, wife Betsy
born Canada, age 63, James, laborer age 19.

JAMES BADGLEY:


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Ontario Marriage Registers: 1858-1869 Hastings; James Badgley age 23 of Madoc, born Thurlow, son of James & Elizabeth
married 15 April 1862 Mary A. Garey age 23 of Huntingdon, born Huntingdon, daughter of William and Elizabeth.

JAMES R. BADGLEY: (Harry, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
Flint Journal; James R. Badgley, Flint Twp. Died June 9, 1985, funeral services were held Wednesday for 50 year old James
Badgley who died Sunday at Hurley Medical Center. Pastor Edward W. Trost officiated at Plumb-Smith Funeral Home with
burial in Sunset Hills Cemetery. Mr. Badgley is survived by: his wife, Patsy A Yirkey (Badgley); son, Steven James and
daughter-in-law David; grand children, Misti and Jennifer Badgley, Paul Gunnels: sister, Doris Barrett: sister-in-law, Sharon
Van Tine: several nieces and nephews; and many aunts and cousins.

JANE BADGLEY:
Early Churches in the Niagara Peninsula: Marriages; Theophilus Brundage of Grantham twp to Jane Badgley of Thorold
twp, by license from R. Grand.

JANE BADGLEY: (James)
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869 Hart, Lyman, age 22 of Hillier, Hillier, son of Henry & Mary, married 11 March 1858
Jane Badgley age 19 of Hillier, Thurlow, daughter of James and Margaret,
AVW: .
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1. LYMAN HART (HENRY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born
15 Jun 1833 in Hillier Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. (Source: Cannifton Abandoned Cemetery, "Electronic."), and died 04
Jun 1889 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He married MARGARET
JANE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) 11 Mar 1858 in Prince
Edward Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), daughter of JAMES
BADGLEY and MARGARET RATTAN. She was born 15 Dec 1835 in Hillier Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. (Source:
Cannifton Abandoned Cemetery, "Electronic."), and died 20 Feb 1918 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source:
Cannifton Abandoned Cemetery, "Electronic.").
Notes for LYMAN HART:
Spouse: Lyman was a laborer and the s/o Henry Hart and Mary Ann Hunter of Hillier (Married Records). His sister Jane
married Royal Badgley s/o Jacob. Lyman is bur. with his wife in Cannifton and the above dates are on the stone.

More About LYMAN HART:
Burial: Cannifton Abandoned Cemetery, Lot 6, Con 3, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Cannifton Abandoned
Cemetery, "Electronic.")

Notes for MARGARET JANE BADGLEY:
Children: HART from Thurlow census of 1871 and 1881
History : There is a 4 yr. age discrepancy in census, marriage and gravestone dates. In the married rec. Jane Badgley is the
d/o James and Margaret of Hillier Twp. and she lived in Thurlow. Jane is called Margaret Jane on her gravestone in the
abandoned Cemetery in Cannifton, Thurlow. They were Methodists.

More About MARGARET JANE BADGLEY:
Burial: Cannifton Abandoned Cemetery, Lot 6, Con 3, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Cannifton Abandoned
Cemetery, "Electronic.")

JOHN BADGLEY:
1851 Canada, Hastings Co. Thurlow Twp.: part 2 page 26; John Badgley farmer born U.S. Baptist age 73,Zehia born United
States, age 56, John A. laborer age 24, Margaret age 23, Samantha age 4, Samuel B. age 2. Living in a frame house of 1
& ½ stories.
1861 Canada census, Hastings Co., Thurlow Twp.: Jno. Badgley yeoman born United States, Baptist age 78, wife Zephora
born United States, Baptist age 61. Frame house, one story, two families.
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Will of John A. Badgley, 1862, township of Thurlow, 1 bequeath, all just and lawful debts to be paid, 2 to my well beloved
wife Zippy Badgley all my real estate and property, and personal belonging to be disposed by Zippy to my four daughters
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equally. After the decease of my wife, real estate and landed property to go to my son John Augene Badgley. Son John to
pay to my daughters, Aurilla Parks, Caroline Collen, and (?) Ionia Huffman the sums and portions I give and bequeath to
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them. 4 I give the same three daughters $300. -----money divided between daughters, 5 to my daughter Almina
Jamson, the home she has now in her possession.

JOHN BADGLEY:
Ontario Marriage registers 1858-1869 Hastings: John Badgley age 20 of Hallowell, born Hallowell, son of Joseph and Betsy,
married 2 Jan 1858 Margaret Hawley age 24 of Hallowell born Hallowell.

JOSEPH BADGLEY:
Kingston U. Canada, bap. 30 Sept 1804, married Catherine Emery.

JOSEPHUS H. BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib.; Josephus H. Badgley, Hudson Co A 18 Inf., as Musician 23 July 1862, 3
years, age 21, mustered 26 Aug 1862 Mustered out 26 June 1865 at Nashville, Tenn.

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JULIA BADGLEY: (Gilbert, Samuel, SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Julia A. Badgley born 1840, marriage took place on May 27, 1866 to William Trump our - born 1844, Hungerford twp,
Hastings Co., CA. His parents were William and Jane Trumpour.
AVW: .
                                            Descendants of Julia Ann Badgley
                                                      Generation No. 1
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1. JULIA ANN BADGLEY (GILBERT , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn
Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born Abt. 1843 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont
(Source: Marriage Registers of Ontario, Vol 5, (Hastings County)., (Generation Press, Agincourt, Ont.), 92.), and died
Unknown in Poss. in Mich. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). She married WILLIAM ALFRED TRUMPOUR
(Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.) 27 Mar 1866 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: County Marriage
Registers of Ontario, Canada 1858-1969, Vol 5, Hastings County, (Generation Press, Agincourt, Ont.), 92.), son of
WILLIAM TRUMPOUR and MATILDA WAY. He was born 10 Jan 1840 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont.
(Source: Linda Corupe, UE, Wesleyan Methodist Baptism Registers of Hastings County, Ontario 1840-1902, (April
1999).), and died Unknown.

Notes for JULIA ANN BADGLEY:
History : Also known as July An Badgley. 'Ann' and William married in Michigan. (Way Gen.) and may have remained.

KATHERINE BADGLEY: (William)
Katherine Badgley born 6 Oct 1805 Hungerford, Hasting Co. Canada, married Christopher Snyder 1826, died 19 May 1900
Davison, MI.
A.Brandes family group sheet: (Katie) born 1806 Canada, Parent Wm. & Abigail Badgley, died 19/05/1900 Davison twp,
Genesee Co. Michigan, death due to heart failure, Evergreen Cemetery record book. Flint Public Library, page 150 , 94
years 7 months 13 days. married Christopher Adam Snyder, born 1806 died 23/7/1885 Davison Twp.
Genesee Co., MI. death due to Lung Cancer, son of Abram Snyder. Children were Abram born 1/1/1826 Ont. Canada, died
14 Nov.. 1914, buried Pine Grove Cem., married Jane Forshe (Margaret) born 23/5/1828 d. 19/12/1903; Jane B. /born
21/1/1830 Canada died 19/7/1918, buried Evergreen Cem. Genesee Co. MI, married Thomas Sines; Eleanor born 1835
married 1/1/1853 Robert Wilks; Christopher Jr. born 1835 Canada died ? 27 Feb 1887/88 buried Flint City Cem. Genesee
Co. MI., married Betsey Forshee; Eunice Matilda born 15 Feb 1840 Canada died 20 March ? 1880/72 married Benjamin
Badgley; Joseph S. born 2/ Dec. 1846 Canada, died 13 /7/1894, Buried Evergreen Cem. Genesee Co. MI., married Sophia
Blackmore.

KATHERINE ANN BADGLEY: (Clifton, Benjamin V.)


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Genesee County MI Marriages 1982: Katherine Ann Badgley born 31 May 1963, Flint, father Clifton mother Mary Schriver,
married 12 June 1982 Joseph Pastor, son of A. Pastor and Delores Ann Bader.

KEITH LEONARD MORRIS: (Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet, written by Joanne Morris: Keith Leonard Morris, occupation Carpenter, born 19/06/1936 Mt.
Morris, MI., son of Leonard A. Morris and Wilma A. Badgley. Married 4/06/1955 Flint, MI., to Margaret Joanne Rawlings
born 23/01/1936 Flint, MI. daughter of Fay Rawlings and Doris P. Wilson, Children; Lynne Marie born 10/07/1956 Flint, MI.
married 01/1973 Joel M. LaFreniere, Donna Jane born 21/12/1957 married 09/1977 Jack Long; Janet Ann born 7/08/1959
married 12/1984 Charles Harrold, Martin Leonard born 25/10/1962, & Michael Keith born 29/04/1964.
The Flint Journal, Obit: Morris Keith Leonard, of Mr. Morris, age 54 died Saturday September 8, 1990 at his residence.
Funeral services will be held 11AM Tuesday September 11, 1990 from Miles Martin Funeral Home, Mt. Morris. Burial in
Flint Memorial Park. Mr. Morris was born in Mt. Morris June 19, 1936, the son of Leonard and Wilma (Badgley) Morris and
had resided in the Mt Morris area his entire life. He married Joanne Rawlings June 4, 1955 in Flint and was employed by
Chevrolet Metal Fab. Surviving are; wife, Joanne; daughters, Mrs.(Joel) Lynn E. LaFreniere of Clio, Mrs. (Jack) Donna
Long of Mt Morris, Mrs. (Chuck) Janet Harrold of Flint; sons, Mark Morris, Michael Morris, both of Mt. Morris; 3 grandsons,
Joel, David and Stephen: sister, Mrs. (Russell) Betty Thiel; brother, Steven (Donna) Morris; parents, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard
Morris.

LAWRENCE BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Ontario Land Grant index: Lawrence of Madoc, lot 18, Con. 5 ID code 8, date of issue 1797/11/13, transaction F.G.
1851 Canada, Hasting Co., Thurlow Twp, pg 5 line 10; Badgley, Lawrence, farmer, born U.C. Wesleyan Methodist, age 77,
Wife Arvilla born U.S. age 67, son Thomas laborer, born Thurlow age 28, Robert age 20, Elizabeth age 19, James Dage age
13, Elzina age 8.
1861 Census, Canada, West, Hastings co. Thurlow twp: Lawrence Badgley Farmer born U.S. Wesleyan Methodist, age
77, Arvilla M. born U.S. age 67, Thomas, laborer, born Thurlow age 28, Robert age 20, Elizabeth age 19, James age 13,
Elzina age 8.
“Belden‟s Historical Atlas. 1878” Thurlow, Among these last arrivals who settled some distance back from the front, we find
the names of Stephen and Laurence Badgley.
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library: Lawrence Badgley died March 26, 1862 age 92 years.

AVW: This was Lawrence’s third wife.
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1. MRS. ARVILLA HOARD, MRS. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic.") was born Abt. 1786 (Source: Jean
Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died Bet. 1862 - 1871 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). She married LAWRENCE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic.") Aft. 1851, son of SAMUEL BADGLEY and POLLY LAWRENCE. He was born Jan 1776 in Dutchess
Co., New York (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died 26 Mar 1862 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

Notes for MRS. ARVILLA HOARD, MRS.:
Mrs. Arvilla Hoard -no data re her maiden name , or children by Mr. Hoard. Arvilla probably died in late 1866 or in January
1867, since her step-son Robert sold the 'homestead' at that time and she had a Life Lease.

Notes for LAWRENCE BADGLEY:
age 92
W.E.B. lists children: Jacob, Rachel, Catherine, Samuel, William, Anson, Margaret, Thomas Petrie, Adeline, Robert and
Elizabeth. The spouses of all were named except for the first name of Rachel's husband and an error in Adeline's husband's
surname.
History: Lawrence's birth year is in question. It has generally been written as 1772, however, military records and land
petitions indicate 1776 (before 5 Feb.) The Belleville Weekly Intelligencer of 4 Apr. 1862 states he died at age 92, and was
therefore born in 1770. The only explanation I can see, is that his birth year of 1776 was mistaken for 1770 and he was
actually 86 years at death. Thus he had just turned 13 by the spring of 1789. He must have been an adventurous healthy lad
to have pioneered at 13 years of age. He was 21 when he made his first land petition and took the oath in Sept. 1797.
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From this petition he was granted 200 acres in Madoc Twp. On 13 Nov.1797. He may have gone to look at it in the spring of
1798, but apparently did not stay to work on it, since it was never proven. He went instead, to N.Y. to visit his grandfather and
other family members in Columbia Co. near Chatham. By 30 June 1799 he had married Hannah Deyo of Ghent, Columbia
Co., which is just 4 or 5 miles from Chatham. His grandfather died early in 1800 while Lawrence and Hannah were living
there. Lawrence brought his new family to Thurlow sometime before 1805. The number of children born in US. is unknown.
During the War of 1812-14 he was a Private in the Flank Company, 1st Regiment, Hastings Militia, serving in Oct 1813
(Index for Land claims).
  He was in the 1st Hastings Militia on 23 Apr.1825, age 48, under Capt. Archibald Chisholm, and again in 1825 under Capt.
Liddell (Hastings Co. Recs) He was a farmer and an Episcopal Methodist.
On 5 Feb. 1816 he petitioned for 200 acres, indicating that he was 40 yrs., had been in the province 27 yrs., had a wife and
7 children and had an order for a grant of 200 acres issued in 1797 (this was Madoc) which he desired to use to locate on lot
32 . con.3 Sidney Twp., owned by Soloman Paddock. This was denied through default.
On 28 Sept. 1818 he signed a 21 year lease on 100 acres of lot 38 con. 8 Sidney This was Protestant Clergy land. His rent
was set out in 7-yr. periods, being either cash or mercantable, clean wheat. There is no indication that he lived there.
On 17 Apr. 1820 he applied for a military grant of 50 acres of lot 14 con.3 Thurlow (Hastings Co. recs). This land was
received in 1831.
On 28 Feb.1823 he bought a 20 ft. wide strip across the east and west ½'s of lot 12 con. 4 from Stephen Halstead and Daniel
Lawrence respectively.
On 12 Mar.1823 he bought a 20 ft. strip across the rear portion of lot 11 con. 4 from Wm. Cook and the same , through the
west 1/2 of lot 13 con. 4 from John Fredericks. This gave him a laneway from his rented lot (east ½ lot 13) to the west ½ of
lot 11. thus it is logical to believe he rented both lots. Was lot 11 for an unknown son, who had recently married? (Was this
John, entered as child 2?) Hastings militia recs show him on lot 15 con. 4 (the original homestead) on 23 Apr. 1825. Is this
an error, or was he staying with his ill mother until she died? On 2 Jan. 1831 he rec'd his military grant of 50 acres of lot 14,
con.3, the NE¼ On 20 Apr. 1831 he bought 200 acres - lot 13 con.4 Thurlow from John Fredericks - this became his 'home'
farm, where he remained for the rest of his life. He had probably been renting this land since 1823. The west ½ eventually
went to son Thomas , the east ½ to Robert .
On 14 Mar.1835 he bought the remaining 150 acres of lot 14, con.3. This lot was divided among sons Robert, Jacob and
Anson. Annson's portion went to Samuel after Anson's death. On 2 Aug.1836 he bought 200 acres, lot 2 con.7 in
Tyendinaga. This lot was not patent until 25 June 1853, when it was registered as 'Crown to Lawrence Badgley and wife'. He
sold it on 11 Feb, 1857 to Thomas Lloyd. Was this lot bought originally for son William who married the d/o a Thomas Lloyd?
It appears that Lawrence always bought land with his sons in mind. His first purchases in 1823 were only for a laneway,
linking 2 rented lots, but possibly for the use of an unknown son, (before he had enough money to purchase a lot for him?)
There is wispy evidence that there was a son, John born a. 1800 and mar c.1820. This is the reasoning for adding him to the
Badgley family. (J.S.)
On 19 Apr.1850 he granted to son Thomas, the west ½ of his 'home' lot, 13, con.4.
On 16 Mar. 1853 he deeded 75 acres of lot 14 con.3 to son Jacob and another 75 acres to son Samuel, the remaining 50 ac.
went to son Robert. Anson had probably died since he had been living on Samuel's portion.
Note: This was the same month that Reuben went to Big Island and Cornelius and Isaiah came to Thurlow.
Last Will and Testament of Lawrence Badgley A memorial to be registered pursuant to the statute in such case made and
provided of an instrument purporting to the last will and testament of Lawrence Badgley, late of the township of Thurlow, in
the county of Hastings and province of Canada, yeoman, declare in the following words and figures, that is to say--"-I
Lawrence Badgley of the - --, being weak in body but sound of mind and memory, do make and publish this my last will and
testament, and first I direct that my body be decently interred and as to our worldly estate, as it hath pleased God to intend
one with, I dispose of the same as follows. To my son Robert I devise and bequeath the east half of lot number thirteen in the
fourth concession----, together with all hereditaines and appurtenances thereto belonging. -----. Subject to the dissolution
that he (or heirs) shall provide my dearly beloved wife Arvilla a comfortable home in the homestead and with good lodging,
fuel, raiment, medicines and medical attendance and all other necessaries available to her age-"--She was to give up her
dower rights. Robert was to reap the crops and was to get all horses, cattle, sheep, swine, flock, farming implements and the
goods and chattels remaining after payments of all just debts. Robert was to pay eight hundred dollars of lawful money to
certain heirs in the manner following: -To daughters Catherine, Rachel, Adeline and Elizabeth one hundred dollars each (at
staggered times) --- -To grandson Lawrence Canniff 50 dollars and to granddaughter Lavina Canniff- 50 dollars--- -To
granddaughter Almira Badgley 100 dollars, not cash but goods i.e.-1 cow not over 6 yrs., 1 heifer 2 yrs. or under, 1 good
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feather bed with 2 pillows, 1 good coverlet, 4 good blankets, 4 good sheets and 2 young ewes (Arvilla was to fulfill this
bequest)--- -To granddaughter Jane Badgley 50 dollars--- -To granddaughter Cynthia - 50 dollars These last 3 bequests
were to paid when the girls married or came of age . Cynthia received another 100 dollars (see note at end of will). He had
already given Thomas the W½ of lot 13 and his fortune. To Arvilla he gave 5 shillings . Lastly he made son Robert and Jacob
Mott his executors. The will was dated 20th of March AD 1862-- Lawrence signed with an "X" Witnessed by Joseph
Abraham and Royal H. Badgley (son of Jacob) It was registered on 3 April 1862 by Robert Badgley and signed by him.
Conclusions drawn :
-Hopefully his daughters are named in chronological order.
-Daughter Lavina had died- her son and unmarried daughter received bequests
-Son Anson had died- his 3 underage unmarried daughters received bequests
-Sons Jacob, William (?), Samuel and Thomas (stated) had received land
-Margaret and John (if he existed) had died.
-Robert, as executor, and care-giver to his mother received the bulk of the estate. Re Cynthia - Did she get more than the
others because she was a favorite? Or had her mother died, as well as her father, and she had taken on the responsibility of
her younger sisters?

More About LAWRENCE BADGLEY:
Land Petition: wife & 7 Children, petition to use grant of 1797 Lot 32, Cons. 3, Sidney Twp. (Source: National Archives
microfilm C1623 B10/140)
Military service: 23 Apr 1825, in Capt. Archibald Chisholm's company of 1st Hastings Militia (Source: Early Militia Lists of
Hastings County.)
Property: 08 Oct 1825, Lot 13 Con 4, Thurlow Twp, Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Early Militia Lists of Hastings County.)
Religion: Episcopal Methodist (Source: 1861 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Residence: 17 Apr 1820, Lot 14, Con 3, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Hastings County Record OA000792.)
Residence 1: 23 Apr 1825, age 48, Res. Lot 15 Con 4, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont (Source: Early Militia Lists of
Hastings County.)

LEMUEL BADGLEY:
Ontario Archives; (microfilm) Thomas burg #152; Badgley, Lemuel wife Minnie J. Lenox “Husband, In Memory of Lemuel
Badgley died 7 Nov. 1888 age 40 years 11 months, maker is square gray spire.

LESLIE EARL BADGLEY:
Flint Journal; Badgley, Leslie Earl, 4312 S. Grand Traverse, age 70 died Sunday April 1, 1979 at Hurley Medical Center.
Interment in Wildwood Cemetery. Mr. Badgley was Born in Chesaning, April 12, 1908, and had lived in Flint since 1927.
He was employed by Chevrolet Manufacturing, retiring in 1969. Surviving are: wife, Dorothy; 4 children, Lyle of Flint, Leila
Macej of California, Wayne and Rita, both of Flint; 8 grandchildren; brother, Ken Badgley of Montrose; 2 sisters, Ruth
Persons of Montrose and Hazel Miner of Owosso. Brown Funeral Home.

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LEWIS E. BADGLEY: (WILLIAM EDWIN , MATTHIAS , CORNELIUS , GEORGE , ANTHONY )
1871 Census of Ontario: Lewis E. Badgley age 30, br. Ontario, Religion N.M., speaks English, Farmer, Lincoln District,
Grantham Div.2,
AVW: Descendants of Lewis Edwin Badgley
                                                        Generation No. 1
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1. LEWIS EDWIN BADGLEY (WILLIAM EDWIN , MATTHIAS , CORNELIUS , GEORGE , ANTHONY ) (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 22 Dec 1840 in Kingston, Ont. (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 14 Dec 1885 (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He married MARTHA JANE NEWTON, MRS. (Source: Jean
Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.) Bef. 1867 in Port Weller. She was born Abt. 1844 in England (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died Unknown.

Notes for LEWIS EDWIN BADGLEY:


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History : Lewis, a twin of Mary Jane went with his parents from Kingston to Port Weller after the 1851 census. Following his
marriage he lived in Ann Arbor for a short time, coming to Canfield for the birth of their 2nd child. In 1871 he was living with
or near his father in Grantham Twp, Lincoln Co., was a farmer and a Wesleyan Methodist of English origin. Mary's birth was
in Vital Stats.

LEWIS BADGLEY:
HHL Badgley, Lewis (Handwritten November 15, 1907) LEWIS BADGLEY RESTS FROM A LONG LIFE OF ACTIVE TOIL.
DIED SATURDAY EARLY SETTLER IN BERLIN CLEARED UP AND POSSESSED LARGE FARM. LIFE AN ACTIVE ONE
One of Lake Odessa's Business Men. Characterized by Industry, Thorough-going and Good Will Funeral Tuesday
Conducted by Knights Templars Lewis Badgley was born at Seneca Falls, N.Y., Feb. 27, 1831 and died at his home in Lake
Odessa last Saturday forenoon about 10:30 making him thus in his seventy-seventh year. He was the oldest in a family of
five children. His people moved to Jackson county, this state when he was about twelve or thirteen years of age and some
four or five years later they moved to Orange township, this county where his father took up an eighty acre farm from the
government, he a young man of about eighteen working out by the month at $3 per month for a railway company, breaking
route, to help pay for the farm. At the age of twenty-one, Mr. Badgley was married to Miss Lucinda Christopher of Jackson.
Soon afterwards they came and located in Berlin township where the Badgley farm now is, he having just previously
purchased 160 acres from the government. Here in the dense wilderness in the most simple and primitive way they made a
start for themselves incident to early pioneer life. The first crop was one of buckwheat, the seed for which was brought on
back afoot all the way from Jackson. To them were born two children one of whom, Mrs. Katie Nixon of Jackson survives, the
mother dying in 1859. Six years later, Mr. Badgley was married to Miss Emma Wilkes of Hillsdale county, she coming with
her husband back to his home farm in Berlin where they purchased another 160 acres and where they continued the
struggle of Mr. Badgley's former years in clearing up the forest, in rearing a family of six children and in making for
themselves a good substantial home, now one of the best farms in Berlin. Here they lived for 25 years or until 1890 when
they moved off the farm to Lake Odessa, Mr. Badley (sic) engaging at first with Mr. John Gilson in the implement business
for about two years and then next with O.A. Lapo for about two years. Shortly after this his son, Ray, was taken in with him
in the business. In 1896 their store building was burned whereupon they erected the Badgley block with the handsome
brown stone front. Here they continued in business until 1901 when Mr. Badgley retired from the business. Mr. Badgley's
health has not been the best for several years back due largely to kidney trouble and brights disease with incident heart
trouble, he being quite poorly the past year, and a more rapid decline coming on during the past six months until the final
summons came last Saturday. The remains upon being nicely cared for by Undertaker Weed, attired ------ with the Knights
Templars' uniform on and placed in a beautiful couch casket amidst a profusion of floral offerings of chrysanthemums, roses,
carnations and other cut flowers, also potted ferns and other plants was the best preparation and arrangement of anything of
the kind we have ever seen. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon from the Methodist church conducted by the Knights
Templars from Ionia with the members of the local F. & A.M. lodge acting as escorts. Rev. Skentelbury of Watervliet was
called upon to preach the funeral sermon, which consisted of an exposition of the 23rd Psalm. The interment was in the
family lot at Lakeside cemetery. Mr. Badgley was a man of more than ordinary ability and sterling worth, always more
inclined to overlook a fault in his fellowman than to criticize, ever ready to lend a helping hand and always of a kind,
benevolent spirit. All who knew him thought of him as being strictly honest to the very cent and it was through his industry,
economy and good sense that he was able to accumulate as nice a property as he did. Along with his wife and the daughter
mentioned above he leaves four children, Mrs. Lenna Randall, Wm. J., Ray L. and Edgar E. Badgley all of this place, William
being on the old home farm, and other relatives and a large circle of old friends and acquaintances to mourn his loss. The
funeral was very largely attended both by people from town here and from the surrounding country.

LILLIAN BADGLEY:
Hamilton Cemetery Section U: Lillian A. Badgley wife of John Dale 1874 -1904 and Olga Sale 1901 - 1902.

LOUISE RUTH BADGLEY: (Emerson, Daniel Benjamin V.)
Family Group sheet written by Louise: Louise Ruth Badgley born 29/5/1931 Atlas MI. to Emerson Daniel Badgley and
Marion Ida Burton; Married Carroll c. Owen (born 20/05/1928 Lapeer, MI. to Carroll C. Owen and Lela Davis )on 11/06/1949
Atlas, MI. Children Terry Wm. Owen born 26/7/1950 Sault Ste. Marie MI., married 14/4/1973 Otisville, MI. Vickie Renee
Buckley; Michael Dale Owen born 26/7/1951 Flint, MI. married 31/10/1980 Flagstaff, Ariz. Carla Denise Kleinschmidt;
Timothy Carroll Owen born 27/7/1955 Flint, MI., married 20/9/1986 in Florence, Ore., Margaret Beller: Cathryn Louise Owen
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born 4/9/1958 Flint, MI., married 24/11/1984 Otisville, MI. to Randy Lee Whitehead; Christine Marion Owen born
31/10/1961 Flint, MI., married 22/7/1984 Denver Color. To William Andrew Carron.

LORENZO BADGLEY:
“Early They Came” by Peck: page 267; Leoni Twp, Jackson Co. MI.: Lorenzo Badgley and brother and 3 sisters and
widowed mother came in 1837 from Seneca Falls, Seneca Co. N.Y. In 1851 he married Almira Burkhart.

LYAH (?) BADGLEY: (Thomas)
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869, Hastings; Lyah Badgley age 21 of Elzevir, born Hungerford, son of Thomas and
Sarah Ann (Grant) married 9 May 1866 Eleanor Park age 21 of Elzevir, born Hungerford daughter of Nicholas and Orilla
(Badgley).

LYLE EDWARD BADGLEY: (Leslie)
Flint Journal: Marguerite Beverly Martin married Lyle Edward Badgley at Lincoln Park Methodist, performed by Rev. Eli D.
Richard. She is the daughter of Mrs. Viola M. Martin, Bradley Ave., and he is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Leslie E. Badgley,
Deming Rd. The American Legion Hall was the setting for a later reception. Rita and Leila Badgley, sisters of the
bridegroom, were junior attendants. Wayne Badgley usher. The newlyweds will reside at 2512 S. Saginaw St. on return
from their trip.

MAGGIE MAY BADGLEY: (Benjamin V.)
Saginaw Co Marriage lic #8593: Maggie Mae Badgley age 17 of Midland Co and Edward W. Yancer age 25 of Saginaw,
were married 9 March 1899.
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Maggie May Badgley born 16/04/1885, died 23/04/1946, daughter of Benjamin V. Badgley
and Alice Donahue, married Edward W. Yancer.

MARION IDA BADGLEY:
Mlive.com - death notices: Badgley, Marion Ida - age 93 of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, passed away Thursday evening July
7, 2005 at her home. Marion was born to David and Avis Burton on May 5, 1912 in Davison, MI., and lived in Atlas, MI
before moving to Barbeau, MI. in 1947. Surviving Marion are: her daughters, Gladys (Stan) Liddell of Rudyard, Louise
(Carroll) Own of Otisville, MI and grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; 10 great-great-grandchildren; 8 step-grandchildren;
and 9 step great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Emerson; son-in-law, Carl; 3
brothers; and 1 sister. Funeral services were held at C.S. Mulder Funeral Home. Interment will be at Oaklawn Chapel
Gardens.

MARTHA BADGLEY:
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869 Hastings, B.B. Bartlett age 29 of Tyendinaga born Augusta, married 29 Dec. 1858
Mary Badgley age 29 of Tyendinaga, born Thurlow.

MARY ELIZABETH BADGLEY: (Simion)
Hungerford twp. Marriages 1776-1926: Reuben Willard Lancing of Hungerford twp., farmer, son of Richard and Eleanor,
married Mary Elizabeth Badgley, age 18, spinster, of Hungerford twp., daughter of Simion and Emelia, by Rev. D. Brill in
Hungerford twp. March 1, 1882.

MARY ESTELLA BADGLEY: (Edwin)
Microfilm batch #T000150; Mary Estella born 6 Nov. 1871 to Lewis Edwin Badgley and Martha, Haldimand co., Canfield.

MARY L BADGLEY:
Saginaw Co Death Records: Mary L. Badgley, female, white, widow, age 46 years 4 months 17 days died in the Village of
Cheasaning, cancer of the womb, born New York, housewife, father Clarence Launsten of Cheasaning, mother Martha
Howard. Book F. page 94.

MATILDA BADGLEY: (Samuel)
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Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869 Elijah Sarles, age 26 of Rawdon, born Sidney son of Daniel And Sibyl married 9 Oct.
1861 Matilda Badgley age 20 of Rawdon, born Prince Edward daughter of Samuel and Sarah.

MELISSA ANN BADGLEY: (Thomas)
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869, Hastings: Daniel Freen age 21 of Tudor born England son of William and Mildred
Ann, married 23 May 1859 Melissa Ann Badgley age 18 of Madoc born Canada daughter of Thomas and Sarah Ann.

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MAHAL BADGLEY: (Samuel, SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) )
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Mahal Badgley born 1812
AVW:
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1. MAHALA BADGLEY (SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: 1871 Census of
Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..) was born Bet. 1815 - 1822 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont., and died 27 May
1889 (Source: Vital Statistics Of Ontario Microfilm Record # 006652/89.). She married (1) DAVID SIMPKINS (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) Abt. 1837 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers)
Stather.). He was born Abt. 1821 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), and died Aft. 1847 (Source: Jean Elizabeth
(Meyers) Stather.). She married (2) NELSON ARCHIBALD PARKS (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,"
Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) Unknown, son of ARCHIBALD PARKS and NELLIE BRUNK. He was born Bet. 1825 - 1830,
and died Unknown.
Notes for MAHALA BADGLEY:
If Mahala Badgley is the spouse of both David Simpkins and Nelson Parks, then she must have been divorced from David
Simpkins before she married Nelson Parks and the child went with David, or David died and the children did not go with her.
It is assumed that Amy and Mahala, the spouses of Nelson Parks in the 1861, age 42, 1871, age 49 and 1881, age 66
census are the same person. In these censuses, Nelson is shown as 36, 42 and 50. (AVW)

MARK BADGLEY: (Robert, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
Post card written to A.Brandes by Mark: Dear Annette, We hope all is well with you and your family. I just arrived back in
Wisconsin from Oregon. My two homes & then there‟s Michigan which I dearly miss as well as my family. I am working
on some special project right now involving some inventions & buying another farm and cannot make it over to see you, all
of you. But I have a keen clear memory and hold every one close to my heart. My apologies, Love Mark S. Badgley &
Family Levi, Robin, Chris, & Cheryl.

MARTHA BADGLEY:
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library: Martha Badgley married Jan 20, 1873 Ezra Bonher. He was from Ameliasbury,
Pr.Edward County.

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MARY ELIZABETH BADGLEY: (William, Samuel, SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Mary Elizabeth Badgley born 1852.

AVW:
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1. MARY ELIZABETH BADGLEY (WILLIAM , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born Abt. 1857 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings
Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died Aft. 1881 (Source:
Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). She married EDGERTON RYERSON (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
"Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) 19 Dec 1881 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He was born Abt. 1851 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co.,
Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died Unknown.

MARY ELIZABETH BADGLEY: (Simion)



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Marriages: Hungerford Township 1776-1926: Reuben Willard Lancing, of Hungerford Township, farmer, son of Richard and
Eleanor, married Mary Elizabeth Badgley age 15, spinster, of Hungerford Township, daughter of Simion and Emelia, by
Rev. D. Brill in Hungerford Township, March 1, 1882.

MARY L. BADGLEY:
Saginaw County, MI. Death Records: book F page 94, Badgley, Mary L. female, white, widow, age 46 years 4 months 17
days of Village of Chesaning, Cancer of the womb, born N.Y., housewife, father Clarence Launsten of Chesaning, Mother
Martha Howard.

NANCY BADGLEY:
                                        th
Marriage Notices of Ontario, by Reid: 30 ult. William Thompson married Nancy Badgley, both of Sophiasburgh.

NANCY BADGLEY: (Gilbert, Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Nancy Badgley born 1844.

AVW:
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1. NANCY BADGLEY (GILBERT , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Linda
Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.) was born Abt. 1847 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings
Co., Ont. (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.), and died Unknown. She
married CHARLES DAWE (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.) 05 Jul
1875 in Tweed, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages -
1869-1875 Vol 1.), son of WILLIAM DAW and SARAH HOWE. He was born Abt. 1853 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
(Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.), and died 30 Sep 1883 (Source:
Linda Godfrey, "Electronic.").

Notes for CHARLES DAWE:
Charles was the s/o William and Sarah Dawe of Hungerford. The father, William is buried in Parks Cem. Died 29 Dec 1896,
age 81. Yrs. 1861 Hungerford census: Wm. 46, Wes. Meth, born Eng. ; Sarah 40 b. England ; Charles M. 8 yrs.

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ORLANDO BADGLEY:(SYLVANUS , ISRAEL, LAWRENCE , THOMAS JOSEPH , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY ,
            1
ANTHONY )
Fairview Cemetery, Otsego Co. Gaylord, MI.; Orlando Badgley, born 1875 died 1943; Phoebe Badgley born 1886 died
1936; Raymond E, Badgley born 1901 died 1973, Reva H, Badgley, died 19 Feb. 1935; Ira Fails Badgley born 1887 died
1960; Hazel F. Badgley born 1904; Ida F, Badgley died 27 May 1926
AVW:
                                               Descendants of Orlando Badgley
                                                       Generation No. 1
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1. ORLANDO BADGLEY (SYLVANUS , ISRAEL, LAWRENCE , THOMAS JOSEPH , SAMUEL , STEPHEN ,
            2            1
ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Toni Newsome Plain, "Electronic.") was born Bet. Mar 1877 - Mar 1878 in Michigan
(Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.), and died Unknown. He married (1)
PHOEBE BURNS (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.) Abt. 1898 in Michigan
(Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic."). She was born Jul 1882 in Michigan (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay,
"Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.), and died Bef. Sep 1937. He married (2) LAURA SLOGEL (Source: Lin Marie
(Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.) 08 Sep 1937 in Vanderbilt, Otesego, Michigan (Source: Lin Marie
(Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic."), daughter of JOSEPH SLOGEL and ETTA LONG. She was born 1887 in Vanderbilt, Otesego,
Michigan (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.), and died Unknown.

Notes for ORLANDO BADGLEY:
Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay called him Orlando Badgley

More About ORLANDO BADGLEY:
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Residence: 1940, Gaylord, Mich. (Source: Toni Newsome Plain, "Electronic.")

Child of ORLANDO BADGLEY and PHOEBE BURNS is:
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2.        I. RAYMOND BADGLEY, b. 21 May 1901, Vanderbilt, Otsego, Michigan; d. Feb 1973, Vanderbilt, Otsego,
             Michigan.

PATRICIA ANNE BADGLEY: (Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet prepared by Patrician Wright: William Wright born 1928 Sullivan, Indiana son of John and
Ruth Wright, married 9/12/1944 Flint MI. Patricia Anne Badgley, who was born 7/08/1928 Flint, MI, daughter of Harold
Badgley and Cleo Ferguson. Children are: Michael born 02/07/1945 Flint, MI: Cynthia born 06/01/1950 Flint, MI, married
David Scott; Paulette Wright born 08/01/1952 Flint, MI married Bill Hill; Patrick Wright born 3/03/53 Flint, MI. married Karen

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PERCY J BADGLEY: (JAMES 'ALLEN' , JACOB MILLER , LAWRENCE , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY ,
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ANTHONY )
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Springbrook, Ont.; Percy J. Badgley 1903 - 1974, his wife Ethel M. Andrews 1910 - , their son, Clinton
Allan Badgley 1930 - , Ethel 0 - 1 w.
AVW: More info.
                                         Descendants of Percy James Badgley
                                                       Generation No. 1
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1. PERCY JAMES BADGLEY (JAMES 'ALLEN' , JACOB MILLER , LAWRENCE , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY ,
            1
ANTHONY ) (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.) was born 1903 in Dresden, Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers)
Stather.), and died 16 Jun 1974 in Belleville, Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). He married ETHEL
ANDREWS (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.) Bef. 1930 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). She was
born Unknown in Of Springbrook, Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).

Notes for PERCY JAMES BADGLEY:
History: Obit. Intell: June 1974: Percy was living at 122 Bridge St. E. Funeral service conducted by Rev Hubert Andrews
(rel.of his wife?) assisted by Rev. Stephen Tilley- Interment in Mount Nebo Cem., Springbrook, Rawdon, in his 71st year
after a lengthy illness, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Allen Badgley, born in Dresden, Ont, lived in Belleville for the past 65
years, survived by his wife, the former Ethel Andrews, son, Clinton of Belleville and 2 grandchildren. Bearers were Bill Kemp,
Bill Easton, Frank Mayze (all cousins), Jack and Doug Andrews (wife's rels.?) and Gwilyn Post.
Note: The gravestone in Mount Nebo names Percy, Ethel and Clinton Percy may have lived with his cousin Clara Mayze
Kemp in Belleville after he left school. An acquaintance states (in 1999) that Percy was a painter , and a good fellow when
sober, which wasn't often. He and son Clinton spent a part of each year spearing pickerel to sell. Spearing is illegal, except
for Native Indians , and they were arrested on a regular basis. He had come to Tyendinaga about 1909 at 6 years.

More About PERCY JAMES BADGLEY:
Burial: Mount Nebo Cemetery, Lot 13. Con.10, Rawdon Twp., Springbrook, Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Joan Parks)

PHOEBE A BADGLEY: (Stephen)
William Stanley Joice age 28, of Rawdon born Ireland son of James and Elizabeth married 6 Aug 1866 Phoebe Jane
Badgley age 17 of Rawdon born Thurlow daughter of Stephen and

Phoebe A. Badgley:
Marriage Records Saginaw Co. MI: Jacob G. Mayhofer age 25, laborer, Chesaning, born Germany married Phoebe A.
Badgley age 23 of Chesaning, born N.U. married on 4 July 1869, A. B. Clough Minister, witnesses A. Shelden and H. J.
Bentley.

PHILIP BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
                                                                                               rd
Philip Badgley born 1814, married 1838 to Sarah born 1818. They settled at Part Lot 11 of the 3 Concession of
Tyendinaga two., Melrose, Ontario, Hastings Co. Ca. Their children settled in Hastings Co. Canada.
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Tyendinaga directory 1859, page 307; Philip Badgley, yeoman, 3 Concession, part lot 11.

RAY BADGLEY:
Michigana (Western MI. Gen. Soc.) Vol 19 Fall 1974 pg 61, “Old Belding Newspapers” Belding Methodist Church, marriage,
27 Aug 1896, Ray L. Badgley age 21 of Lake Odessa & Etta Wright age 21 of Vermontville.

REUBEN BADGLEY:
Hastings Co. directory, Shannonville village page 259: Reuben Badgley, yeoman, south side Queen Street.

RICHARD BADGLEY: (Samuel)
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Richard Badgley born 1820. His marriage was to Sarah born 1829. They settled at Lot 23 of the 7 Concession of
Thurlow Twp. (formerly known as Latta Mills or Wilsonville), Latta, Ontario, Hastings Co. Canada.

RICHARD PHILLIP BADGLEY: (William, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Richard Philip Badgley born 15 Nov. 1939 Flint, MI. son of William Badgley and Helen
Archer, married 14 Oct 1961 Selma, Ala. Divorced 1972, children Richard Craig born 3 May 1967 Lapeer, MI. died 26 April
                                                                                      nd
1969 Lapeer, MI., Melissa Paige; Kimberly Helen born 31 May 1972 Lapeer, MI. Married 2 Janice Marie Matheson born 24
July 1945 Gainsville, Fl. Daughter of Guy Matheson and Edna E. Lamphier.

ROBERT FREDERICK BADGLEY: (Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V)
Born 31 July 19 , son of Harold Badgley and Cleo Ferguson. Married Helen Braton, children Gregory, Christine, Mark,
Timothy, and Janice.

ROBERT BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Robert Badgley born 1811 died on February 27, 1870, in Wolford twp. Leeds & Grenville Co. Canada. He married on Dec.
25, 1832 to Sarah - born 1812 died June 18, 1897. They took up residence in Wolford Twp. Leeds and Grenville Co.
Canada.

ROBERT BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib.; Robert Badgley, St. Joseph, Co. L. 3 Cal. Blacksmith, 18 Sept 1961, 3 yrs
age 23, mustered 12 Oct. 1861, died of disease at New Madrid, MO. 25 March 1862. Buried at National Cemetery,
Memphis, Tenn.

ROBERT BADGLEY:
Ontario marriage register 1858-1869: Robert Badgley age 26 of Thurlow, born Thurlow married 27 Feb. 1859 to Jane
Warren age 26 of Thurlow, born Thurlow.

ROSETTA BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
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Rosetta (known as Rose) born September 10, 1818, died September 17, 1891 at Lost 25/26 of the 6 Concession of
Thurlow twp, Plainfield, Ontario, Hastings Co. Canada. Her occupation - School teacher at Blessington School, Ontario,
Tyendinaga twp., Hastings Co. Canada. Her marriage took place on May 26, 1840 by Rev. Leonard to Archibald Parks Jr.
                                              th
born on August 19, 1817 at lots 25/26 of the 6 Concession of Thurlow Twp. Plainfield Ontario, Hastings Co. Canada, where
he died also, on April 20, 1878. Both were buried at Victoria Cemetery

ROYAL BADGLEY: (Jacob)
Ontario marriage registers 1858-1869, Hastings: Royal Badgley age 22 of Thurlow, born Thurlow, son of Jacob and (?)
Sorgeus, married 5 Oct. 1862 Jane Hart age 20 of Thurlow, born Hillier daughter of Henry and Mary Ann.

SAMUEL BADGLEY:


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Prince Edward District Marriages 1833-1847: Samuel Badgley, of Hallowell, and Sarah McDonald, of Marysburg,
Witnessed by Benjamin V. Badgley, & Francis Weyms. Rev. John G. Manley, Wesleyan Minister.
Prince Edward District Marriages 1833-1847: Benjamin Badgley married Jane Huff born of Athol on 19 May 1842, witnessed
by Samuel Badgley & Mary Badgley.

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SAMUEL BADGLEY:(SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Born 12 Nov. 1785, Adolphustown, Frederickburgh Twp, died 20 Feb. 1863 Lennox, Addington Co. Ontario, Canada. Buried
Parks Cemetery, Hungerford twp., Stoco, Hastings Co. Canada., married Nancy Garrison 1805. She was born 24 May
1785 Prince Edward Co. and died 12 March 1876 Canada. Children: KATHERINE br 6 Oct 1805 Hungerford, Hasting Co.
Can. UNKNOWN BR 1808, Thomas br 1810, Robert br 1811, Mahal br. 1812, Philip br 1814, WILLIAM br 1815, Gilbert br.
1816, Rosetta br 10 Sept 1818, Richard br. 1820 & Ira br. 1826.
AVW:
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1. SAMUEL BADGLEY (SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
"Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 12 Nov 1785 in Dutchess Co., New York (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 20 Feb 1863 in Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He married NANCY GARRISON
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) Abt. 1814 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). She was born 24 May 1795 in Prince Edward, Canada (Source: Marilyn
Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 12 Mar 1876 in Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co.,
Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics Of Ontario Microfilm Record # 004775/76.).

Notes for SAMUEL BADGLEY:
1887 W.E.B. names children : William, Gilbert, Rosetta, Mahala, Philip, Simeon and James
History : Samuel was about 3 years when the family came to Thurlow. Beldon Atlas states he had settled in Hungerford by
1814. If this was so, he must have been a squatter there for a few years, then returned to Thurlow by 1822. Sam is on lot 15
con. 4 on the military list of 8 Oct.1825, age 40, in Capt. Liddell's Company of the Hastings militia. There was a Samuel
Badgley in Capt. Archibald Chisholm's Company, 1st. Hastings, on 25 Apr.1825, age 34 (born 1791). Error? -or was there
another Samuel? He was also a Private in the Flank Co.-1st.Hastings Regiment from July 2-14 under Capt. Jacob Meyers
(Index of land claims, War of 1812-1814). All these militia Companies are in Thurlow. His brother Stephen deeded him the
E½ of lot 15, con.4, Thurlow, 'the homestead' on 13 Dec.1830, just a few weeks after he himself had received title. Had Sam
been living there all his life, or only after returning from Hungerford? Sam sold this lot in Feb.1838 to David Clapp, who had
bought the W½ from Stephen the year before. At this time Samuel bought lot 11 con.6 Tyendinaga, where he and his sons
farmed 200 acres. On 9 Oct.1847 he bought 200 acres, lot 24 con.6 Hungerford., and presumably sons William and Gilbert
farmed there. Land Registry does not record an earlier purchase or grant for Samuel. The Crown Patent for this lot was
granted to John Park on 3 Feb. 1830, and Samuel was the 4th owner. He must have been in failing health by January 1862,
since on the 29th he deeded the east 100 acres of the Hungerford lot to son William and the west 100 acres to Simeon. On
the same day he deeded the east 100 acres of the Tyendinaga lot to son James and the west 100 acres to Philip. Son Gilbert
had settled on lot 10 con 3 Hungerford. The Tyendinaga lot is in the Melrose district and was still in the family over 100 years
later. Samuel and Nancy both died in Tyendinaga but were buried in Parks Cem., formerly Mount Zion, part lot 13, con.6. in
Hungerford. There is no stone for Nancy.

More About SAMUEL BADGLEY:
Addenda: 23 Apr 1825, in Capt. Archibald Chisholm's company of 1st Hastings Militia . age 34 (Source: Hastings Militia List)
Military service: 08 Oct 1825, in Capt. Liddell's company of 1st Hastings Militia age 40 (Source: Hastings Militia List)
Occupation: a Private in the 1st Hastings Militia Flank Company in the War of 1812 (Source: William Gray, Soldiers of the
King, The Upper Canadian Militia 1812-1815.)
Residence: 08 Oct 1825, Lot 15 Cons 4, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Early Militia Lists of Hastings County.)
Residence 1: 26 Oct 1830, Occupied Lot 25 Cons 5. Thurlow Twp., with Stephen Badgley and Samuel Ross (Source:
Hastings County Records, OA001088.)
Residence 2: 29 Jan 1862, granted E½ Lot 11 Con 3 Tyendinaga To., Ont. to James Badgley and W½ to Philip (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic.")
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Notes for NANCY GARRISON:
80 years, 9 months, 7 days, reported by James Badgley
Nancy died of heart disease. Her place of birth has been quoted as Prince Edward Co., Fredericksburg, Tyendinaga and
Dutchess Co. NY On 7 Oct.1875, five months before she died, Nancy released the 'home' lots, belonging to sons James and
Philip in Tyendinaga and granted her dower to James, with whom she was living.
VS # 004775/76 states that Nancy Badgley died at Tyendinaga 12 Mar 1876 of Heart Disease at age 80 Yr., 9 Mo., 7 Dy,
born at Fredericksburgh, reported by James Badgley (AVW)

More About NANCY GARRISON:
Addenda: 07 Dec 1875, granted her dower to James (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris.)
Cause of Death: Heart Disease (Source: Vital Statistics Of Ontario Microfilm # 004775/76)
Property: 07 Oct 1875, widow of Samuel releases to James ½ of Lot 11 Con 3 Tyendinaga Twp. (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris.)
Residence: 1871, a widow at Lot 11. Con. 3. Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., O (Source: 1871 census of Tyendinaga Twp.,
Hastings Co., Ont..)

Children of SAMUEL BADGLEY and NANCY GARRISON are:
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          i. WILLIAM BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b. 16
             May 1815, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN
             1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS)., (2) Vital Statistics of Ontario, Index.); d. 18 Dec 1886,
             Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x,
             (Quinte Branch of the OGS)., (2) Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 006222/86.); m. ABIGAIL
             GARRISON (Source: Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS).),
             Abt. 1840, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
             Import: May 8, 1999.); b. 28 Feb 1818, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
             Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. 02 Jun 1899, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
             (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 011317/99.).
             Notes for WILLIAM BADGLEY:
             aged 71 years, 2 months and 2 days
             History : William was 23 years when the family moved to Tyendinaga It is possible that he went directly from
             Thurlow to Hungerford in1838 where he took up farming and fruit-growing on rented property, possibly lot 24
             con.6. in Stoco. He undoubtedly farmed that lot from Oct.1847 and became the owner on 29 Jan,1862. He was
             a Methodist, died aged 71 years, 2 months and 2 days and is buried in Parks Cem., Stoco. He built a fine brick
             home, which in 1999 is a 'Bed and Breakfast'. His gravestone is still in excellent condition. On 2 Oct.1885 there
             was an 'Agreement' with sons Benjamin and Henry regarding the care of his three mentally disabled children
             Deborah, Jane and Samuel. The other 2 sons, William and Garrett had left Hungerford. His will, written on 25
             Sept.1886 and Reg. on 18 Jan.1888 gave Benjamin B. the west 1/2 of the farm subject to a Life Lease for his
             widow Abigail, and the support and maintenance, during their lifetime of Samuel B., Deborah and Jane
             Badgley. Henry W. was willed the E½, subject to a share of the above conditions. Death record is VS #
             006222/87 (AVW)
             More About WILLIAM BADGLEY:
             Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Parks Cemetery, PL13,
             Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. - ISBN 1-55114-719-x)
             Occupation: a farmer and a fruit grower (Source: Joan Edith Parks)
             Religion: Meth (Source: 1881 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
             Residence: 1871, Lot 24, Con. 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford
             Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)

             Notes for ABIGAIL GARRISON:
             aged 81 years and 3 months


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    Abigail was the niece of Wm.'s mother, Nancy. Thus they were cousins. She was baptized 27 July 1823 with
    several family members (Early Meth. recs.). After Wm. died she lived with sons Benjamin or Henry Wilson on
    lot 24 con 6 (1891 census) and died there at 81 yrs and was buried in Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6,
    Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. On 25 Feb.1889 she and Benjamin sold all of the timber on the
    north-west woodlot to the Rathbun Co. ($250.00 to Ben and $110.00 to Abigail) Note: Three of the children
    from this 'marriage of cousins' were termed lunatics, Deborah, Jane and Samuel, who were cared for by
    brothers Benjamin and Henry.
    Death record VS # 011317/99 Abagail Badgley
    More About ABIGAIL GARRISON:
    Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Parks Cemetery, PL13,
    Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. - ISBN 1-55114-719-x)

ii. MAHALA BADGLEY (Source: 1871 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..), b. Bet. 1815 - 1822,
    Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.; d. 27 May 1889 (Source: Vital Statistics Of Ontario Microfilm Record #
    006652/89.); m. (1) DAVID SIMPKINS (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May
    8, 1999.), Abt. 1837 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); b. Abt. 1821 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers)
    Stather.); d. Aft. 1847 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); m. (2) NELSON ARCHIBALD PARKS
    (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), Unknown; b. Bet. 1825 -
    1830; d. Unknown.
    Notes for MAHALA BADGLEY:
    If Mahala Badgley is the spouse of both David Simpkins and Nelson Parks, then she must have been divorced
    from David Simpkins before she married Nelson Parks and the child went with David, or David died and the
    children did not go with her. It is assumed that Amy and Mahala, the spouses of Nelson Parks in the 1861,
    age 42, 1871, age 49 and 1881, age 66 census are the same person. In these censuses, Nelson is shown as
    36, 42 and 50. (AVW)

    Notes for DAVID SIMPKINS:
    Children: WEB. does not mention Mahala's children
    History: Mahala and David Simpkins lived for several years in Prince Edward Co. At least 2 children were born
    there before they went to Hungerford.

    Notes for NELSON ARCHIBALD PARKS:
    Nelson was a farmer and a Methodist. He moved from Thurlow to Lot 13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings
    Cty., Ont.
    More About NELSON ARCHIBALD PARKS:
    Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
    Religion: Methodist (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
    Residence: Lot 13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co, Ont. (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford Twp.,
    Hastings Cty., Ont.)

iii. GILBERT BADGLEY (Source: 1871 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..), b. Feb 1816, Thurlow or
     Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 23 Feb 1874, Hungerford
     Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of
     the OGS).); m. FRANCES "FANNY" PARKS (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record #
     007654/98.), Jun 1841 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); b. Abt. 1822 (Source: 1871 census for
     Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.); d. 30 Sep 1898, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital
     Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 007654/98.).
     Notes for GILBERT BADGLEY:
     Children: From 1861 and 1871 Hungerford. census
     History : Gilbert's birth has been figured from his headstone, which gives date of death and age 58--? Note:
     This is just 9 months after William's birth. In the 1871 census they were living on lot 10 con.3. Gilbert died at 77
     yrs. and was survived by his widow, 4 brothers and 3 sisters. He and Fanny are bur. in Parks Cem. Source: His
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    Obit. in The Christian Advocate. He was a farmer and an Episcopal Methodist. Note: Sisters Rosetta, Mahala
    and Catherine have been found to be alive at this time, thus Mary Pauline must have died before 1874.
    More About GILBERT BADGLEY:
    Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Parks Cemetery, PL13,
    Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. - ISBN 1-55114-719-x)
    Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
    Religion: Episcopal Methodist (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
    Residence: 1871, Lot 10, Con. 3. Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford
    Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)

    Notes for FRANCES "FANNY" PARKS:
    Death Record VS # 007654/98 Fannie Badgley died 30 Sep 1898 in Hungerford
    More About FRANCES "FANNY" PARKS:
    Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Joan Edith Parks)

iv. ROSETTA BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b. 10
    Sep 1818, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
    Import: May 8, 1999.); d. 17 Sep 1891, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
    Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); m. ARCHIBALD PARKS, JR. (Source: Marilyn Kay
    (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), 26 May 1840, By Rev. Joseph H. Leonard
    (Source: (1) Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 6, 1982, "Electronic," 255., (2) Donald A. McKenzie
    1997, Obituaries from the Canada Christian Advocate 1873-1884.); b. 19 Aug 1817, Thurlow Twp., Hastings
    Co., Ont. (Source: Donald A. McKenzie 1997, Obituaries from the Canada Christian Advocate 1873-1884.); d.
    20 Apr 1878 (Source: (1) Recorded Aug 1983 by Timothy Moreau, Victoria Cemetery., (2) Donald A. McKenzie
    1997, Obituaries from the Canada Christian Advocate 1873-1884.).

    Notes for ROSETTA BADGLEY:
    History : Rosetta 'Rose' was nearly 20 when they moved from Thurlow to Tyendinaga. She taught school there
    at Blessington, before marrying Archibald in Plainfield. Note: Ont. Marriage Reg. quotes both Jan. and May as
    her married dates. They settled on the E½ of lot 26 con. 6 Thurlow and remained there.
    More About ROSETTA BADGLEY:
    Burial: Victoria Cemetery, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
    Occupation: school teacher at Blessington School, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.;

    Notes for ARCHIBALD PARKS, JR.:
    Age 60 yr, 8 mo
    He was a farmer and a 'bee and honey' merchant, as well as a Methodist Episcopal preacher for many years on
    the Tyendinaga Circuit. In March 1863, this became the Cannifton Circuit. Archibald was a member of the
    Town Council from 4 Jan.1836. His GS gives birth date 20 Aug. He died at Age 60 yr, 8 mo and both are buried
    in Victoria Cemetery, Lot 26, Cons 6, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.
    Children: From Joan Parks with additional research by others.
    More About ARCHIBALD PARKS, JR.:
    Burial: Victoria Cemetery, Lot 26, Cons 6, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Victoria Cemetery - ISBN
    1-55114-764-5)
    Cause of Death: Apoplexy (Source: Donald A. McKenzie 1997, Obituaries from the Canada Christian Advocate
    1873-1884.)
    Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1861 Census for Thurlow Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
    Religion: Episcopal Methodist (Source: 1861 Census for Thurlow Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)

v. THOMAS BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b. Abt.
   1822 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Unknown.
   Notes for THOMAS BADGLEY:
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     died unknown, possibly young. WEB notes that 2 of Samuel's children were dead. Thomas may be one of
     them.

vi. JAMES GARRISON BADGLEY (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 013211/06.), b. 22 Jul
    1823, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 14 Apr 1906,
    Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 013211/06.); m.
    ADELIA HARRIS (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), Abt. 1848
    (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); b. 20 Nov 1829, Thurlow
    Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.,
    (2) Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 006944/94.); d. 22 Apr 1894, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co.,
    Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 006944/94.).

     Notes for JAMES GARRISON BADGLEY:
     History : James was 15 years old when the family went to Tyendinaga from Thurlow. His father deeded him the
     E½ of lot 11 con.3 on 29 Jan 1862, and he remained there for the rest of his life. He was a farmer and an
     Episcopal Methodist. On 28 Dec.1894 he granted his lot to his son Wilbur and lived with him. His mother,
     Nancy spent her last years with James. He was bur on 14 Apr.1906 in Belleville Cem. (computer rec. at Cem.)
     Death record VS # 013211/06
     More About JAMES GARRISON BADGLEY:
     Burial: 14 Apr 1906, Belleville Cemetery
     Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1881 census for Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
     Property: 28 Dec 1894, granted E½ Lot 11 Con 3 Tyendinaga Twp., to Wilbur (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
     Harris, "Electronic.")
     Religion: Episcopal Methodist (Source: 1881 census for Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
     Residence: 1871, Lot 11. Con. 3. Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont., with his mother Nancy (Source: 1871
     census of Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)

     Notes for ADELIA HARRIS:
     Adelia was born in Thurlow and died in Tyendinaga. She was bur.24 Apr.1894 in Belleville Cem. Death record
     is VS # 006944/94. She died of Apoplexy
     More About ADELIA HARRIS:
     Burial: 24 Apr 1894, Belleville Cemetery (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.)
     Cause of Death: Apoplexy (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 006944/94.)
     Medical Information: Illness lasted 25 minutes (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record #
     006944/94.)

vii. PHILIP H. BADGLEY (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 013882/09.), b. 06 Oct 1829,
     Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
     1999.); d. 10 Nov 1909, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm
     Record # 013882/09.); m. SARAH ELIZA ROBINSON (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record #
     016369/16.), Abt. 1858 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); b.
     18 Mar 1840, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 23 Nov
     1916, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 016369/16.).
     Notes for PHILIP H. BADGLEY:
     Children: BADGLEY from Bible of Tom Hinchey of Shannonville, Ont.
     History : Philip was over 8 years when the family came to Tyendinaga. He was deeded the W½ of lot 11 con.3
     by his father in 1862 and resided there for the rest of his life. He died at home at 80 years. This lot was granted
     to son Eugene in his wife Sarah's will. Their religion was Episcopal Methodist. Bur. Melrose Cem. with wife.
     Death record VS # 013882/09
     More About PHILIP H. BADGLEY:



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     Burial: Melrose Cemetery, Lot 11, Con 2, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Lawrence R. Nicoll,
     Cemeteries of Tyendinaga Township, Hastings County - Melrose Cemetery, (LRN Enterprises, Millway PO
     Box 67044, 3200 Erin Mills Pkwy., Mississauga, ON, L5L 5W9).)
     Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1881 census of Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
     Religion: Episcopal Methodist (Source: 1881 census of Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
     Residence: 1871, Lot 11. Con. 3, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1871 census of Tyendinaga
     Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
     Residence 2: 1885, Melrose, Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Record)
     Will: 30 Apr 1898, his will granted W½ Lot 11 Con 3 Tyendinaga Twp., to his son Eugene Miller Badgley
     (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic.")

     Notes for SARAH ELIZA ROBINSON:
     She had been willed lot 2 con.3. Tyendinaga., which was sold in 1899. She died of senile decay.
     Death record VS # 016369/16 Sarah E. Badgley
     More About SARAH ELIZA ROBINSON:
     Burial: Melrose Cemetery, Lot 11, Con 2, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Lawrence R. Nicoll,
     Cemeteries of Tyendinaga Township, Hastings County - Melrose Cemetery, (LRN Enterprises, Millway PO
     Box 67044, 3200 Erin Mills Pkwy., Mississauga, ON, L5L 5W9).)

viii. MARY PAULINE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.),
      b. Abt. 1831 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. Bet. 1861 - 1874 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers)
      Stather.); m. BENJAMIN BUELL BARTLETT (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
      Import: May 8, 1999.), 29 Dec 1858, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: County Marriage Registers of
      Ontario, Canada 1858-1969, Vol 5, Hastings County, (Generation Press, Agincourt, Ont.).); b. Abt. 1831,
      Augusta Twp., Glengarry Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
      1999.); d. Unknown.
      Notes for MARY PAULINE BADGLEY:
      History: Their ages in Ont. Marriage Recs. of 1858 have been transcribed as 29 yrs. This must be an error,
      since they were still 29 on 1861 census. No records have been found after 1869 land transaction. When her
      brother Gilbert died in 1874 he was survived by 4 brothers and 3 sisters. It is now known that Rosetta, Mahala
      and Catherine were living in 1874 (found 3 Aug.1999). Mary's death was not found in VS so they may have left
      Ontario and she was just omitted from the obit.

     Notes for BENJAMIN BUELL BARTLETT:
     He was living in Tyendinaga. before his marriage and later owned the S½ of the North Range, lot 5 con.1
     Tyendinaga in1867. He sold it in 1869, possibly just before leaving Tyendinaga? Was this when Polly died? He
     had bought land from Cornelius Badgley Jr. in 1862 and 63 and owned lot 14 con.1. in 1866 They were not on
     1871 Ontario census. Almira Bartlett age 22 was with them in 1861, (probably his sister), when he was listed as
     a Gentleman and was a member of the Church of England.

 ix. REBECCA BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
     Abt. 1833 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Unknown.
     Notes for REBECCA BADGLEY:
     Possibly died young. WEB notes that 2 of Samuel's children were dead. Rebecca may be one of them.

 x. CATHERINE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
    Bet. 1836 - 1837, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. Bet.
    1880 - 1887 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); m. FINLEY OSBORNE (Source: Marilyn Kay
    (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), 03 Feb 1858 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
    Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); b. 1840, Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source:
    Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 24 Jul 1902 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).
    Notes for CATHERINE BADGLEY:
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    History: Catherine and Finley were married in Tyendinaga., and a witness was Lot Badgley (not identified-
    mis-transcription ?). When her brother Gilbert died in Feb. 1874, he was survived by 3 sisters. This would mean
    that either Pauline or Catherine had died. Note: VS give 2 Catherine Osbornes dying in Tyendinaga. see
    above. Spouse: Finley was the s/o Robert Osborne and Frances Clapp of Tyendinaga. He and Katie were both
    34 in the 1871 census. He farmed the south ½ of lot 32 con 6 which he had received from his father on 10
    Oct.1863. Finley and wife granted it to Mr. Winters on 15 Nov.1870. His obit. (Intell)-Died very suddenly in
    Wellington, Hillier Twp.. He was of Belleville, was visiting relatives, 2 marriages, survived by his wife whose
    father was I. Roblin, and daughter, Mrs. George Taylor of Tyendinaga. Died age 62 (?)of a heart attack.

    Notes for FINLEY OSBORNE:
    Finley parents lived in Tyendinaga. He and Katie were both 34 in the 1871 census. He farmed the S½ of lot 32
    con 6 which he had received from his father on 10 Oct.1863. Finley and wife granted it to Mr. Winters on 15
    Nov.1870. His obit. (Intell)-Died very suddenly in Wellington, Hillier Twp.. He was of Belleville, was visiting
    relatives, 2 marriages, survived by his wife whose father was I. Roblin, and daughter, Mrs. George Taylor of
    Tyendinaga. Died age 62 (?)of a heart attack.

xi. SIMEON BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b. 18
    Oct 1837, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN
    1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS)., (2) Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 07 Dec 1912,
    Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x,
    (Quinte Branch of the OGS)., (2) Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 015297/12.); m. (1) PERMELIA
    JANE MANES (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, Victoria District Marriage Register, The Ontario Register, Vol 8,
    1990, 212.), 23 Jun 1848, By Rev. Henry Lane in Victoria District (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, Victoria District
    Marriage Register, The Ontario Register, Vol 8, 1990, 212.); b. 10 Sep 1827, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co.,
    Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 30 Sep 1885, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
    (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 006419/85.); m. (2) MARY ANNE ROSS THRASHER
    (Source: Linda Corupe, UE, Wesleyan Methodist Baptism Registers of Hastings County, Ontario 1840-1902,
    (April 1999).), 22 Feb 1888, Thomasburg, Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
    "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); b. 11 Jun 1843, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Foxboro
    Cemetery, "Electronic."); d. 18 Apr 1904, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Foxboro Cemetery,
    "Electronic."); m. (3) BETSY ANN MARTIN MARCHEN (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,"
    Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), 21 Sep 1904, Cambellford, Northumberland Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay
    (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); b. Abt. 1850 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
    Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Aft. 1912 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).
    Notes for SIMEON BADGLEY:
    Children: from Bible of Earl Badgley of Melrose, Tyendinaga. Many dates are from the Belleville Intell.
    History: Simeon lived with his parents in Tyendinaga. from age 10. Then settled in Hungerford., so may have
    been there helping brothers William and Gilbert, when he met Amelia. They married in Hungerford. (Vic. Dist
    marriage records- 12 June also recorded). On 4 June 1855 he bought the S½ of lot 12 con 6, Hungerford., from
    Allen Canniff (whose daughter Julia married Mahala's son David Parks). This was the year their son Allen was
    born and the rest of the children were born on that lot. On 29 Jan 1862 his father willed him the W½ of lot 24,
    but he apparently never lived there. Amelia died when the youngest was 22 yrs. Simeon was remarried in the
    parsonage at Thomasburgh, by Rev. James C. Seymour. He took 5 years off his age when registering. Mary
    Ann died after 16 years and he married again in 5 months, this time taking 12 years off his age. The 3rd
    marriage was in Campbellford, Northumberland Co. He and his family were members of the Bridgewater
    Circuit congregation in Hungerford.- Methodist. His name appears as a widower in church recs. in 1887.
    Simeon was a farmer and died at home on lot 12 at 85 yrs, of heart failure- bur. Parks Cem. Sons Wellington
    and Allen settled in Hungerford., while Ryerson settled in Tyendinaga. Allen and Ryerson were executors of his
    will, probated 29 Jan.1913 and reg. 27 Mar.1913. Death record VS # 015297/12.
    More About SIMEON BADGLEY:
    Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Parks Cemetery, PL13,
    Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. - ISBN 1-55114-719-x)
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            Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1881 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
            Religion: Methodist (Source: 1881 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
            Residence: 1871, Lot 12. Con. 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1871 Census of Hungerford
            Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)

            Notes for PERMELIA JANE MANES:
            aged 58 Yr.
            Amelia was born in Hungerford. and was often referred to as Permelia. She was a Canadian Methodist and
            died of consumption after 2 years. Bur. in Parks Cem. VS # 006419/85 states that Amelia Jane Badgley died
            30 Sep 1885 in Hungerford of consumption at age 58. AVW. Witnesses to the wedding were James Badgley
            and Julia Manes.
            More About PERMELIA JANE MANES:
            Cause of Death: consumption (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record #006419/85)

            Notes for MARY ANNE ROSS THRASHER:
            Mary Anne was 42, a spinster and a Methodist , living in Huntingdon Twp. with her parents when she married.
            She died of heart trouble at age 60, at their home on lot 12 Hungerford. and is bur. in Foxboro Cem. Thurlow
            with her parents and brother Sydmer.
            Death Record VS # 012391/04, M. Ann Badgley
            Wesleyan Methodist Baptism Registers of Hastings County, Ontario 1840-1902 by Linda Corupe has birth date
            as 27 Aug 1843 and baptism 17 Jan 1844
            More About MARY ANNE ROSS THRASHER:
            Baptism: 17 Jan 1844, Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. by W. Jeffers (Source: Linda Corupe, UE,
            Wesleyan Methodist Baptism Registers of Hastings County, Ontario 1840-1902, (April 1999).)
            Burial: Foxboro Cemetery, Lot 2, Con 5, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Foxboro Cemetery,
            "Electronic.")

            Marriage Notes for SIMEON BADGLEY and MARY THRASHER:
            Rev James C. Seymour

            Notes for BETSY ANN MARTIN MARCHEN:
            Betsy Ann's parents were possibly of Northumberland Co. since the marriage took place there, and was the
            widow of a Mr. Marchen, born in Tyendinaga. She was 54 yrs when she married Simeon , who was 77 but
            stated 65 yrs. Note: The marriage rec. states his mother was Nancy Ross- an error. Betsy Ann owned part of lot
            8 con 6 Hungerford. and may have been living there with other members of the Marchen family when she met
            Simeon. She sold this property on 24 Feb.1906, after marrying Simeon.

Records of Nancy Reid: Samuel Badgley b. Nov. 12, 1785, died Feb 20, 1863 married Nancy Garrison. Children Simeon B.
Oct. 15, 1827 died Dec. 7, 1912 (Nancy‟s gggrandfather), married Amelia Jane Mayes, born 1827 died Sept 30, 1885;
Mahala, born abt. 1820, died May 27, 1889, married David Simpkins; Thomas born about 1822; Gilbert born about 1816,
died Feb. 23 1873, married Frances (Fanny) Parks who was born 1821; Rosetta born Sept 18, 1818 died Sept 17, 1881,
married Archibald Parks, Born 1817; William born May 16, 1815, died Dec. 18, 1886 married Abigail Garrison, born Feb 8,m
1818 died May 30, 1899. Samuel married second Amelia Jane: children; Unnamed girl born abt. 1850 died 1850;
Wellington born June 10, 1853, died April 27, 1941, married Mary Jane McCamon born 1862 died April 3, 1838; Allen born
Jan,. 2, 1855, died Nov. 23 1938(Nancy‟s g.grandfather), married Abbie Ann Jones born 1854 died 1935; Emily Ann born
Jan 16, 1857, died May 16, 1950 married Richard Phillips, born 1864 died 1891; Ryerson born March 10, 1859 died Sept
12, 1941 married Louisa Lansing, 1863 died Nov. 19, 1928; Mary Elizabeth born June 4, 1863, died Mar. 20, 1942 married
Reuben Lansing 1850


                                          Descendants of Samuel Badgley


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1 [6] Samuel Badgley b: 21 Jul 1803 in Athol Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. d: 13 Nov 1889 in Ameliasburgh Twp., Prince
Edward Co., Ont. Burial: at Albury Cemetery, Albury, Ameliasburg Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont.
.. +Jane Snider b: Bef. 1808 d: c. 1830 in Athol Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. m: c. 1824
......... 2 Cynthia Badgley b: 09 Nov 1824 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. d 1: 18 Nov 1909 in St. Ola, Limerick
Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d 2: 03 Nov 1909 in St. Ola, Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. Burial: Old St. Ola United Church
Cemetery, Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
............. +Peter Wright b: 25 Dec 1830 d: 1920 Burial: Old St. Ola United Church Cemetery, Limerick Twp., Hastings Co.,
Ont. m: 08 Feb 1851 in Victoria District by Rev. Ezra Orser, wit. Benjamin Badgley, John Huff
.................... 3 Elora Wright b: Bet. 1852 - 1853 d: Unknown
.................... 3 [1] Jane Eliza Wright b 1: Bet. 1853 - 1854 b 2: 1858 d: 23 Mar 1893 Burial: Fox Cemetery, Eldorado, Madoc
Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
........................ +John Lawrence b: Bet. 1846 - 1847 d: Unknown m: 30 Mar 1870
.................... *2nd Husband of [1] Jane Eliza Wright:
........................ +George E. White b: 02 Jun 1857 d: 30 Sep 1927 Burial: Fox Cemetery, Madoc Twp., Hastings Co. m:
Unknown
............................... 4 John White b: 05 Apr 1883 d: Unknown
.................... 3 Annis Wright b: 12 Aug 1854 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d: 06 Jun 1905 in St. Ola, Ont Burial: St. Ola
Cemetery, St. Ola, Ont., reburied at Little Lake Cemetery, Peterborough
........................ +Gilbert Solmes b: 18 Jan 1844 in West Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d 1: 08 Mar 1939 in his home
Peterborough, Ont d 2: 06 Jun 1905 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. Burial: St. Ola Cemetery, St. Ola, Ont., reburied at
Little Lake Cemetery, Peterborough m: 02 Jan 1872 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. Father: Timothy Solmes Mother:
Hannah Jane Keller
............................... 4 Harriett Melinda Solmes b 1: 27 Apr 1873 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont b 2: 27 Mar 1874 d: 28
Mar 1947 in Peterborough, Ont. Burial: Little Lake Cemetery, Peterborough, Ont
................................... +George R. Quackenbush b: 11 Mar 1862 in Warkworth, Ont. d: Unknown m: 08 Sep 1897 in
Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. Father: Jacob Quackenbush Mother: 'Mrs. Jacob Quackenbush' Sarah
........................................... 5 Pearl Quackenbush b: 27 Jun 1893 d: Unknown
........................................... 5 Edna Quackenbush b: 28 Jul 1900 d: Unknown
........................................... 5 Muriel Quackenbush b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Harry Quackenbush b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Vera Quackenbush b: Unknown
............................... 4 Cynthia Adelia Solmes b: 06 Jun 1875 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: 01 Jul 1887 in St. Ola,
Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont Burial: St. Ola Cemetery, St. Ola, Ont.
............................... 4 Libey Ann Solmes b 1: 06 May 1877 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. b 2: c. 1877 in St. Ola,
Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. b 3: 1877 in St. Ola, Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d: Unknown
................................... +Wellesley Greer b: Unknown d: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 [2] Gladys Victoria Greer b: 24 May 1899 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: 10 Jan 1989
in Belleville General Hospital, Belleville, Ont.
............................................... +Russell Pethick b: Unknown d: Unknown m: Bef. 1921
...................................................... 6 Herbert Clayton Pethick b: Jan 1921 in Toronto, Ont. d: 26 Aug 1998
.......................................................... +Patricia Atkinson b: Bef. 1923 in Dundas, Ont. d: 09 Sep 1999 in Hastings Centennial
Manor, Bancroft, Ont. m: 05 Jul 1941 in Baptist Church, Montrose Ave., Toronto, Ont. Father: Richard Atkinson Mother:
'Mrs. Richard Atkinson' Kathleen
................................................................. 7 Ronald Pethick b: 30 Jul 1942
..................................................................... +'Mrs. Ronald Pethick' Dorothy b: Unknown m: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Edgar Dean Pethick b: 08 Sep 1930 d: 19 Mar 1972 Burial: Pinegrove Cemetery,
Havelock, Ont.
...................................................... 6 Ramona Pethick b: Unknown
.......................................................... +Gerry LaFreniere b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... *2nd Husband of [2] Gladys Victoria Greer:
............................................... +William John Longmuir b: 1892 d: 14 May 1981 in Belleville General Hospital, Belleville, Ont.
Burial: Pinegrove Cemetery, Havelock, Ont. m: Aft. 1930 Father: John Longmuir Mother: Delphine Elizabeth Charland
                                                                                                                                             38
........................................... 5 Herbert Greer b: 16 Feb 1900 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: 19 Jul 1906 Burial: Fox
Cemetery, Eldorado, Madoc Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
........................................... 5 Cecil P. Greer b: 13 Oct 1903 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: 16 Apr 1968 Burial: Fox
Cemetery, Eldorado, Madoc Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
...................................................... 6 June Greer b: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Barry Greer b: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Carl Greer b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Catherine Greer b: Bef. 1917 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
............................................... +G. A. Bendall b: Bef. 1915 m: Aft. 1925
........................................... 5 Edgar Greer b: Unknown in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont
............................... 4 Effie Blanche Solmes b: 08 Mar 1880 in St. Ola, Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d: Unknown
................................... +Walter Jarvis b: Unknown d: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Helen Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Bill Kells b: Unknown in Of Hamilton, Ont. m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Kenneth Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Florence Galble b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Peter Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Dorothy Pendleberry b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Garnet Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Lena Roberts b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Jack Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Margaret Forbes b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Archie Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Mary Vilneff b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Hilda Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Harry Doughty b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Gwendolyn Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Charles Garside b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Elizabeth Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Grover Deek b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Keith Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Janette Manuetle b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Ford Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Doris O'Neill b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Geraldine Jarvis b: Unknown
............................................... +Thomas Herron b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Myrtle Jarvis b: Unknown d: Deceased
............................... 4 Stephen E. H. Solmes b: 1882 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d: 25 Jul 1887 in St. Ola, Limerick
Twp., Hastings Co., Ont Burial: St. Ola Cemetery, St. Ola, Ont.
............................... 4 Peter Benjamin Solmes b 1: 24 Apr 1882 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. b 2: 24 Apr 1884 in
Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d: Unknown
............................... 4 Cora Cecelia Solmes b: 09 Mar 1889 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d: Aft. 1962
................................... +Ervin E. Moore b: Unknown d: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Donald Moore b: Unknown
............................................... +Marion Kylie b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Verna Moore b: Unknown
............................................... +Jack Smith b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Irene Moore b: Unknown
............................................... +Rowland Hood b: Unknown m: Unknown
............................... 4 Aletha Mildred Solmes b: 18 Sep 1892 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont d: 06 Oct 1964 in North
Bay, Ont. Burial: Little Lake Cemetery, Peterborough, Ont


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................................... +William Albert McEwen b: 1885 d: 21 Jan 1939 in 22 Manning Ave., Peterborough, Ont Burial: Little
Lake Cemetery, Peterborough, Ont m: Unknown Father: James B. McEwen Mother: Mary Rowe
........................................... 5 Jack McEwen b 1: 13 Oct 1915 b 2: 1915 d: 11 Oct 1929 Burial: Little Lake Cemetery,
Peterborough, Ont
........................................... 5 Marion McEwen b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Grace McEwen b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Donald McEwen b: Unknown
........................................... 5 William McEwen b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Reginald McEwen b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Ronald McEwen b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Ted McEwen b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Edward McEwen b: Unknown
............................... 4 Lena Solmes b: 13 Oct 1895 d: Aft. 1962
................................... +Russell Henry b: Unknown d: Unknown m: Unknown
............................... 4 Florence 'Myrtle' Solmes b: 22 Aug 1898 in Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: 28 Oct 1974 in 588
Bolivar St., Peterborough, Ont. Burial: Grave 2. Lot 17, Range 35. Section E, Little Lake Cemetery, Peterborough, Ont
................................... +Leonard F. Adlam b: Bef. 1896 d: Unknown m: Aft. 1916
........................................... 5 Roy Adlam b: Aft. 1916
........................................... 5 Leonard Adlam b: Aft. 1918
........................................... 5 Betty Adlam b: Aft. 1919
........................................... 5 Norma Adlam b: Bef. 1928
............................................... +John Dundas b: Bef. 1926 m: Bef. 1946
...................................................... 6 Douglas Dundas b: 1946
...................................................... 6 Susan Dundas b: 1947
.......................................................... +James Haylock b: Unknown m: Unknown
............................... 4 [5] Howard Lionel Solmes b 1: 01 Sep 1887 in Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont b 2: 01 Sep 1888 in
Limerick Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: 05 May 1962 in Peterborough, Ont. Burial: 07 May 1962 Little Lake Cemetery,
Peterborough, Ont
................................... +Margaret Leon b: Unknown d: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 [3] Vera Solmes b: Unknown d: Unknown
............................................... +Allen Robinson b: Unknown m: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Ardelle Robinson b: Unknown
.......................................................... +Alexander McColl b: Unknown m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Karol McColl b: Unknown
..................................................................... +Robert Minicola b: Unknown m: Unknown
............................................................................ 8 John Minicola b: Unknown
............................................................................ 8 Christopher Minicola b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Karen McColl b: Unknown
..................................................................... +Charles Miller b: Unknown m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Darlene McColl b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Steven McColl b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Shelly McColl b: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Donald Robinson b: Unknown
.......................................................... +Shirley Connelley b: Unknown m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Wayne Robinson b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Patsy Robinson b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Lori Robinson b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Linda Robinson b: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Edward Robinson b: Unknown
.......................................................... +May Weaver b: Unknown m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Edward Robinson b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Julie Robinson b: Unknown
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................................................................. 7 Douglas Robinson b: Unknown
........................................... *2nd Husband of [3] Vera Solmes:
............................................... +Allen Robertson b: Unknown d: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 [4] Gerald Solmes b: Unknown
............................................... +Beatrice Pomerleau b: Unknown m: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Edward Solmes b: Unknown
.......................................................... +Marley McKay b: Unknown m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Brett Solmes b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Stacy Solmes b: Unknown
........................................... *2nd Wife of [4] Gerald Solmes:
............................................... +Mrs. Gerald Solmes Marion b: Unknown m: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Judy Solmes b: Unknown
.......................................................... +David Somerville b: Unknown m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Three Girls Daughters Of David Somerville b: Unknown
............................... *2nd Wife of [5] Howard Lionel Solmes:
................................... +Agness Edna Morton b: 16 Dec 1888 in Limerick Twp, Hastings Co., Ont. d: Unknown m: Unknown
Father: William Morton Mother: Mary Elizabeth Robinson
........................................... 5 Morton Solmes b: Unknown d: 27 Sep 1944 in Belgium Burial: SCHOONSELHOF
CEMETERY
............................................... +Lillian Zaharia b: Unknown m: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Shirley Solmes b: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Terry Solmes b: Unknown
........................................... 5 Lionel Solmes b: Unknown
.................... 3 Alma Wright b: c. 1859 d: Unknown
.................... 3 Alzina Wright b: c. 1861 d: Unknown
........................ +'Husband Of Alzina Wright' Eastman b: Unknown d: Unknown m: Unknown
.................... 3 Murchison T. Wright b 1: 12 Jul 1861 b 2: 1861 d: 1937 Burial: Fox Cemetery, Madoc Twp., Hastings Co.
........................ +Margaret Ann Shaw b 1: 19 Mar 1861 b 2: 1861 d: 1927 m: Unknown Father: Henry Shaw Mother: Amelia
"Permelia" Badgley
............................... 4 Edith Wright b: 02 Mar 1884 d: Unknown
............................... 4 Frederick E. Wright b: 14 May 1886
............................... 4 Annes Wright b: 28 Jun 1888 d: Unknown
............................... 4 Alberta Wright b: 03 Nov 1890 d: Unknown
............................... 4 William Henry Wright b: 10 Mar 1898 d: 23 Jul 1900 Burial: Fox Cemetery, Madoc Twp., Hastings Co.
.................... 3 Dora Ann Wright b: 28 Jun 1865 d: 12 Sep 1946 Burial: Fox Cemetery, Eldorado, Madoc Twp., Hastings Co.,
Ont.
........................ +Fred Vandervoort b: 02 Apr 1864 d: 21 Oct 1909 Burial: Fox Cemetery, Eldorado, Madoc Twp., Hastings
Co., Ont. m: Unknown
............................... 4 Merton Vandervoort b: 21 Aug 1888 d: Unknown
............................... 4 Harry Vandervoort b: 23 Apr 1893 d: Unknown
............................... 4 Elgin Claude Vandervoort b: 27 Feb 1901 d: 25 Feb 1975 Burial: Fox Cemetery, Eldorado, Madoc
Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
................................... +J. Marjorie Rose b: 19 Dec 1905 d: 08 May 1973 Burial: Fox Cemetery, Eldorado, Madoc Twp.,
Hastings Co., Ont. m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Eileen Vandervoort b: Unknown
............................................... +W. J. Ford b: Unknown m: Unknown
*2nd Wife of [6] Samuel Badgley:
.. +Elizabeth Vaurres b: Unknown d: Bet. 1838 - 1839 m: c. 1831
......... 2 Benjamin Badgley b: 02 Jan 1832 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. d: Unknown in Probably in Michigan
.................... 3 William H. Badgley b: c. 1864 d: Unknown
.................... 3 Stephen A. Badgley b: c. 1867 d: Unknown
.................... 3 Ella Badgley b: c. 1871 d: Unknown
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......... 2 Stephen Badgley b: 17 Dec 1835 in East Lake, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada d: 04 Feb 1914 in Stirling, Ont.
Burial: Bethel United Church Cemetery, Lot 12, Con. 4, Rawdon Twp., Sine, Hastings Co., Ont.
............. +Abby Ann Baragar b: 09 Nov 1840 d: 09 Nov 1927 Burial: Bethel United Church Cemetery, Lot 12, Con. 4,
Rawdon Twp., Sine, Hastings Co., Ont. m: c. 1864 Father: Charles Baragar Mother: Jane Ward
.................... 3 Thomas H. Badgley b: c. 1864 d: Unknown
.................... 3 William 'Ward' Badgley b: 06 Oct 1866 in Foxboro, Ont. d: 18 Sep 1929
........................ +Sara Stiles b: 07 Feb 1865 in Of Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: 28 Mar 1958 in Matsqui, BC m: 22
Jan 1890 in St. Mark's Anglican Church, Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. by Rev. Charles M. Harris Father: John Stiles
Mother: Elizabeth Cabel
............................... 4 Dorcas Badgley b: 24 Apr 1891 d 1: 26 Apr 1891 d 2: 23 Apr 1891 in Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
............................... 4 John Oscar Badgley b: 23 Sep 1892 in Elton, Man. d: Apr 1960 in Portland, Ore.
............................... 4 Alberta Badgley b: 08 Sep 1894 in Oakland, Man. d: 08 Dec 1983 in Vulcan, Alta.
................................... +Norris Hanna b: Unknown d: 1959 m: 25 Jun 1918 Father: Hugh Hanna Mother: Ellen Taggart
........................................... 5 Raalte Stiles Hanna b: 24 Jun 1919 d: c. 1996 in Chili
............................................... +Charles William "Bill" Sparling b: Unknown m: c. 1946 in Calgary, Alta.
...................................................... 6 Terilee Ann Sparling b: 28 Mar 1947
.......................................................... +Henry Schnell b: Unknown m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Pamela Schnell b: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Robert Schnell b: Unknown
...................................................... 6 Alice Sparling b: 25 Feb 1949
.......................................................... +William Newman b: Unknown m: Unknown
........................................... 5 Ethel Joyce Hanna b: 30 May 1921
............................................... +Bille Douglas Bolduc b: 04 Apr 1917 in Barhill, Alta. m: 23 Oct 1948 Father: Medus Bolduc
Mother: 'Mrs. Medus Bolduc' Katie
...................................................... 6 Marie Joyce Bolduc b: 01 Aug 1949
.......................................................... +Glenn Logan b: Unknown m: Sep 1970
................................................................. 7 Douglas Charles Logan b: 17 Nov 1973
..................................................................... +'Mrs. Douglas Charles Logan' Heather b: Unknown m: Oct 1995
............................................................................ 8 Hannah Logan b: Nov 1999
................................................................. 7 Tamara Joy Logan b: 18 Jul 1976
...................................................... 6 Douglas Hugh Bolduc b: 19 Oct 1950
.......................................................... +'Mrs. Douglas Hugh Bolduc' Wendy b: c. 1950 m: 01 Oct 1971
................................................................. 7 Tegre Bolduc b: 29 Jun 1972
................................................................. 7 Jillian Bolduc b: 1974 d: c. 1993
............................... 4 Florence Badgley b: 01 Sep 1896 in Boissevan, Man. d: 15 Oct 1990 in Didsbury, Alta.
................................... +Ashley Hanna b: 1885 in Halfway River, Cumberland Co., NS d: Jul 1958 in Letrhbridge m: 11 Mar
1919 in Entrance, Alta Father: Hugh Hanna Mother: Ellen Taggart
........................................... 5 Roland Norris Hanna b: 28 Oct 1929 in Grace Hospital, Calgary, Alta. d: 13 Oct 1999 in
Nanaimo, BC
............................................... +Phyllis Taylor b: 07 Oct 1926 in From North Wales. m: 01 Jun 1957
...................................................... 6 Pamela Jane Hanna b: 07 May 1958 in Vulcan Hospital, Vulcan, Alta.
.......................................................... +Ken Woollard b: Unknown m: Unknown
...................................................... 6 MichaelEdward Hanna b: 09 Dec 1959 in Vulcan, Alta.
.......................................................... +Judy Reed b: Unknown m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Tara Hanna b: 1995
...................................................... 6 John Ashley Hanna b: 25 Feb 1962 in Lethbridge, Alta.
.......................................................... +Deloyce Gray b: Unknown m: Apr 1988
................................................................. 7 Nicholas Donald Hanna b: 22 Jun 1988
................................................................. 7 Andrew John Hanna b: 15 Sep 1989
................................................................. 7 Alexander Roland Hanna b: 19 Dec 1993
...................................................... 6 Carol Hanna b: 30 Jul 1965 in Calgary, Alta.
...................................................... 6 Brian Hanna b: 24 Sep 1967
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.......................................................... +'Mrs. Brian Hanna' Cathy b: 06 Dec m: Unknown
................................................................. 7 Victoria Rose Hanna b: 02 Feb 1993
................................................................. 7 Julia Marie Hanna b: 30 Sep 1997
........................................... 5 Edna Hanna b: 29 Jun 1940 in Vulcan Hospital, Vulcan, Alta.
............................................... +Gordon LeRoy Miller b: 10 Jul 1932 in Olds, Alta. d: 31 Dec 1999 m: 04 Aug 1959 in
Lethbridge, Alta.
...................................................... 6 Melanie Alberta Miller b: 30 Dec 1962 in Didsbury, Alta
.......................................................... +James David Cattanach b: 03 Sep 1962 in Hanna, Alta m: 15 May 1982 in Carstairs,
Alta. United Church
................................................................. 7 Dave Gordon Cattanach b: 30 Oct 1982 in Drumheller, Alta.
................................................................. 7 Sarah Marie Cattanach b: 08 Mar 1985
...................................................... 6 Edward Ashley Miller b: 24 Dec 1964
.......................................................... +Christine "Kristi" Michelle b: 15 Dec 1972 in Calgary, Alta. m: 19 Aug 1995 in Calgary,
Alta. United Church
...................................................... 6 Jeremy Carl Miller b: 28 Nov 1972 in Vernon, BC
...................................................... 6 Jeffery Earl Miller b: 14 Jan 1975 in Kelowna, BC
........................................... 5 Ward Hanna b: Unknown
............................... 4 Edna Badgley b: 01 Feb 1898 in Boissevan, Man. d: Unknown in M.S.A. Hospital, Mt. Lehman, BC
................................... +Earl Francis Woodley b: Unknown d: Unknown m: 16 Nov 1921 in Victoria, B. C.
........................................... 5 Gordon Woodley b: Unknown
.................... 3 Nana Jane Badgley b: 13 Aug 1881 in Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: Bef. 1891
......... 2 Oscar Badgley b: c. 1838 in Prince Edward County, Ont. d: Unknown
*3rd Wife of [6] Samuel Badgley:
.. +Sarah McDonnell b: 29 Oct 1810 in S. Marysburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. d: 02 Mar 1888 in Ameliasburgh Twp.,
Prince Edward C., Ont. Burial: at Albury Cemetery, Albury, Ameliasburg Twp., Prince Edward Co, Ont. m: 03 Mar 1840 in By
Rev. John G. Manley, Wesleyan Minister, on Prince Edward County
......... 2 Matilda Jane Badgley b: 08 Dec 1840 in Athol Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. d: Unknown in Probably Rawdon Twp.,
Hastings Co., Ont.
............. +Elijah Sarles b: c. 1835 in Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. d: Unknown m: 09 Oct 1861 in Rawdon Twp., Hastings
Co., Ont. Father: Daniel Sarles Mother: Sybil Sine
.................... 3 Maretta Sarles b: Bet. 1862 - 1863 d: Unknown
.................... 3 Henry Sarles b: Bet. 1864 - 1865 d: Unknown
......... 2 Maretta Eliza Badgley b: 13 Sep 1845 in Athol Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. d: 1920 in Aubury, Ameliasburgh
Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont.
............. +Ezra R. Bonter b: 1840 in Ameliasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ont. d: 1912 in Aubury, Ameliasburgh Twp.,
Prince Edward Co., Ont. m: 20 Jan 1875 in Belleville, Ont., Canada Father: Jacob Bonter Mother: 'Mrs. Jacob Bonter'
Margaret
.................... 3 Matilda E. Bonter b: c. 1876 d: Unknown
.................... 3 E. B. M. Bonter b: c. 1880 d: Unknown
......... 2 Emma Badgley b: 1850 d: Unknown Burial: Glenwood Cemetery, Picton, Ont.
............. +Peter Nelson b: Unknown d: Unknown Burial: Glenwood Cemetery, Picton, Ont. m: Aft. 1868
......... 2 Georganna Badgley b: 1858 d: 23 Jul 1902
......... 2 Emma I. Badgley b: 1864 d: 1935 Burial: Wellington Village Cemetery, Wellington, Prince Edward Co., Ont.


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SAMUEL BADGLEY: (William, Samuel,SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
Samuel Badgley born September 18, 1846, died April 27, 1928 age 82 yrs 7 mths 9 days. He had been buried at the Parks
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Cemetery (formerly known as Mount Zion Cemetery) lot 13, of the 6 concession of Hungerford twp, Hastings Co., near
Stoco, Ontario, Hastings Co. Canada.
Ontario Archives: Reel 8-420; Parks Cemetery & Church; Hungerford Twp, Hasting Co., Methodist Episcopal Church, Hwy
37, Con. 6, ;pt 13; Badgley, Samuel (no Stone) bachelor, son of William Badgley and Abigail Garrison.


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1851 Canada Census, Hastings co. Thurlow twp.: Samuel Badgley farmer born Canada E.Methodist age 35, wife Ann born
Canada age 30, Hannah age 9, Ira age 7, John age 5, Lawrence age 3, Catherine age1, Catherine age 31, Anson farmer
age 31, Jane age 19, Arvilla age 19, Ann age 16Philip age 11, Cynthia age 6, Alvena age 3, Sarah age 1; living in frame
house of 1 and ½ stories, two families
1861 Canada census Hasting Co. Thurlow twp.; Samuel Badgley, farmer age 42 born UC married, Ann his wife age 38 born
UC, Hannah M age 18. Ira age 16, John S. age 14, Lawrence age 12, Catherine age 9, Rhuphus age 5.
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1. SAMUEL BADGLEY (WILLIAM , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 18 Sep 1848 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
(Source: Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS).), and died 27 Apr 1928 in
Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of
the OGS).).
Notes for SAMUEL BADGLEY:
79 years, 7 months and 9 days
Died on lot 24 con 6 Hungerford. unmarried
History : Samuel farmed and lived with his brother Henry. He died at 79 yrs., 7 mo., and 9 days, and is buried in Parks Cem.
Hungerford. He also was labeled a lunatic.
More About SAMUEL BADGLEY:
Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, -
ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS).)
Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)

SANFORD BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib. Sanford Badgley, Co. C 23 Inf. 13 Aug 1862 at Mundy twp. 3 yrs age 19,
killed in action at Burnt Hickory, GA. 27 May 1864.

SAPHRONIA BADGLEY:
Marriages: Lennox and Addington Township, 1858-1869 Sophronia Badgley to Samuel Sager…no dates.

SARAH BADGLEY:
1851 Canada West census; Hastings Co. Thurlow; Sarah spinster born United States E.Methodist, age 71, Reuben farmer
born Canada age 28, Muriel his wife born Canada age 27, Ians age 9, Heather Ann age 6, Ellen age 4, Lucinda age 3, Sarah
age 2 ; Log house, 1 and ½ stories, one family. One male died in last year of scarletina.

SARAH JANE BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Sarah Jane born 1842.

SARAH M BADGLEY: (Jacob)
Ontario Marriages,; Samuel C. Mayes age 21 of Huntingdon, born Huntingdon son of Charles and Elizabeth, married 11
Feb. 1862 Sarah M. Badgley age 19 of Thurlow, born Thurlow daughter of Jacob and Cynthia.


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SIDMORE BADGLEY: (Gilbert, Samuel, SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) )
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Sidmore Badgley born 1848

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1. SIDMORE BADGLEY (GILBERT , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn
Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 01 May 1850 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co.,
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Ont. (Source: Bethel Cemetery, "Electronic."), and died 28 Oct 1919 in Toronto, York Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999., (2) Bethel Cemetery, "Electronic.").
Notes for SIDMORE BADGLEY:
unmarried
History : Sidmer was a farmer and a Methodist. In 1901 he had living with him a nephew Wilbert and a niece, Idie, children of
Roxcina. He died at 68 yrs. at York, Division of Toronto, and is buried in Bethel Cem. Stone 175.
Death record VS # 006099/19 Sidner Badgley
More About SIDMORE BADGLEY:
Burial: Bethel United Cemetery, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Bethel Cemetery, "Electronic.")
Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1881 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Religion: Methodist (Source: 1881 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)

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SIMEON BADGLEY: (Samuel, SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) )
Hungerford Twp. Marriages: Badgley, Simeon, age 55, widower, of Hungerford twp, farmer, son of Samuel & Nancy
Badgley, married to Mary Ann Thrasher, 42, spinster of Huntingdon twp. Daughter of Zadoc & Abigail Thrasher, by Rev.
James C. Seymour at the parsonage, Thomas burg, Ont. 22 Feb. 1888.
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
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Simeon Badgley, born Oct. 22, 1827, died Dec. 7, 1914, age 85 yrs. He was married first on June 23 1848 to Pamela
Jane Maines and second on Feb. 23, 1888 by Rev. James C. Seymour at Thomasburg Parsonage, Thomasbury, Ontario,
Hungerford twp., Hastings co., Canada, to Mary Anne Thrasher - born 1846, Hungerford twp, Hastings Co. Canada. Her
parents were Zadoc and Abigail Thrasher.
1861 Hungerford Twp Census: Simeon Badgley, farmer, br. Can., E. Methodist, age 33, wife Mary Emelia br. Can. age 32,
son Wellington age 9, son Allen age 7, daughter Ammen (or Emily) Ann age 5, daughter Elizer (or Rieson) age 3,
L.D.S. Badgley: Hastings Co, Hungerford, Ont. CA. list children of Simon; Alen (m) age 8/Allan age 7, Ammon Ann (f) age 5,
Elizer (f) age 3, Emelyan (f) age 6, Rieson (m) age 3, Wellington (m) age 9
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1. SIMEON BADGLEY (SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 18 Oct 1837 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1)
Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS)., (2) Jean Elizabeth (Meyers)
Stather.), and died 07 Dec 1912 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, -
ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS)., (2) Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 015297/12.). He
married (1) PERMELIA JANE MANES (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, Victoria District Marriage Register, The Ontario
Register, Vol 8, 1990, 212.) 23 Jun 1848 in By Rev. Henry Lane in Victoria District (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, Victoria
District Marriage Register, The Ontario Register, Vol 8, 1990, 212.), daughter of THOMAS MAYNES and PRISCELLA
RYCKMAN. She was born 10 Sep 1827 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers)
Stather.), and died 30 Sep 1885 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record
# 006419/85.). He married (2) MARY ANNE ROSS THRASHER (Source: Linda Corupe, UE, Wesleyan Methodist Baptism
Registers of Hastings County, Ontario 1840-1902, (April 1999).) 22 Feb 1888 in Thomasburg, Hastings Co., Ont. (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), daughter of ZADOCK THRASHER and ABIGAIL
DEMOREST. She was born 11 Jun 1843 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Foxboro Cemetery, "Electronic."),
and died 18 Apr 1904 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Foxboro Cemetery, "Electronic."). He married (3)
BETSY ANN MARTIN MARCHEN (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) 21 Sep
1904 in Cambellford, Northumberland Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
1999.), daughter of ICHABOD MARTIN and SUSAN TRIPP. She was born Abt. 1850 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died Aft. 1912 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).

Notes for SIMEON BADGLEY:
Children: from Bible of Earl Badgley of Melrose, Tyendinaga. Many dates are from the Belleville Intell.
History: Simeon lived with his parents in Tyendinaga. from age 10. Then settled in Hungerford., so may have been there
helping brothers William and Gilbert, when he met Amelia. They married in Hungerford. (Vic. Dist marriage records- 12 June
also recorded). On 4 June 1855 he bought the S½ of lot 12 con 6, Hungerford., from Allen Canniff (whose daughter Julia
married Mahala's son David Parks). This was the year their son Allen was born and the rest of the children were born on that
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lot. On 29 Jan 1862 his father willed him the W½ of lot 24, but he apparently never lived there. Amelia died when the
youngest was 22 yrs. Simeon was remarried in the parsonage at Thomasburgh, by Rev. James C. Seymour. He took 5
years off his age when registering. Mary Ann died after 16 years and he married again in 5 months, this time taking 12 years
off his age. The 3rd marriage was in Campbellford, Northumberland Co. He and his family were members of the Bridgewater
Circuit congregation in Hungerford.- Methodist. His name appears as a widower in church recs. in 1887. Simeon was a
farmer and died at home on lot 12 at 85 yrs, of heart failure- bur. Parks Cem. Sons Wellington and Allen settled in
Hungerford., while Ryerson settled in Tyendinaga. Allen and Ryerson were executors of his will, probated 29 Jan.1913 and
reg. 27 Mar.1913. Death record VS # 015297/12.

More About SIMEON BADGLEY:
Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6,
Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. - ISBN 1-55114-719-x)
Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1881 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Religion: Methodist (Source: 1881 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Residence: 1871, Lot 12. Con. 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1871 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings
Co., Ont..)

SHIRLEY MAE BADGLEY: (Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Richard Derengowski born 2 March 1930 Chicago Ill. Son of Mr. Derengowski and Eva
Wenclawski, married 1 Oct 1949 in Ohio Shirley Mae Badgley born 13 Sept 1932 Flint MI., daughter of Harold Badgley and
Cleo Ferguson: Children Richard born 9 July 1950 Flint; Terry born 1 Aug 1952 Flint, Denise born 1 June 1954 married
William Dillon born New York; Robert born 20 July 1959 Flint, Lisa born 7 Oct 1962 married Douglas Tipton; and Jeffrey.

SLYVANUS BADGLEY:
Per Carol Mazzola: Carol‟s mother was the daughter of Stephen Badgley, son of Sylvanus Badgley. They were from Huron
Co. MI., where there is a “Badgley Corners”.

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STEPHEN G. BADGLEY: (SAMUEL , ANTHONY , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
Tree Talks; Vol 28-3 Sept 1988; Letters of Administration, Book 1 1815-1829; Surrogate‟s office: Badgley, Stephen G., late
of Town of Halfmoon, Letters to Ann Badgley of same, 2 Feb. 1828.
Bethel United Church Cemetery: Rawdon Twp, Hastings Co. Ont., Canada Con 4 lot 12; I.M.O.; Stephen Badgley born Dec
17, 1835, died March 4, 1914 and Abby Ann, w/o, born 9 Nov. 1839 died 9 Nov 1927.

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                                             Descendants of Stephen Badgley
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1. STEPHEN BADGLEY (SAMUEL , ANTHONY , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 17 Dec 1835 in East Lake, Prince Edward Co., Upper
Canada (Source: (1) Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 3, 1980, "Electronic," 143., (2) 1901 census of Thurlow
Twp., Hastings Co., Ont., pt2, p5.), and died 04 Feb 1914 in Stirling, Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm
Record # 015509/14.). He married ABBY ANN BARAGAR (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
Import: May 8, 1999.) Abt. 1864, daughter of CHARLES BARAGAR and JANE WARD. She was born 09 Nov 1840
(Source: 1901 census of Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont., pt3, p5.), and died 09 Nov 1927 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

Notes for STEPHEN BADGLEY:
age 78 years, 3 months
History : Stephen was baptized on 25 May 1836 in Picton by Rev. R. Jones. He was 14½ yrs when the family moved to
Rawdon. His father had deeded him the W½ of the farm by 6 June 1875. The 1878 Beldon Atlas shows S. Badgley owning
400 acres in Rawdon. On 1 May 1890 Stephen deeded land to his son William Ward , then moved into the village of
Frankford where they were on the 1891 census. Land Reg. shows that Stephen bought back 50 acres of the farm on 26
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Oct,1892. A land record States: " On 5 July 1897, Mary Elizabeth Sager bought part of lot 19, con 1. By Deed, on 1 Feb.
1898, as a widow, she passed it to Abby Ann and Steven Badgley. Stephen and Abby sold it to William Bennett for $2400.00
on 22 Feb.1904. Note: JS: Could Mrs. Sager be Stephen's aunt, Elizabeth Badgley, born 1806? It is logical to think Stephen
would not sell it until after her death. Lot 19, con 1 Rawdon is not the land named (checked Land Reg. JS- correct lot not
found) His death notice states 78 yrs 3 mo. (should be 2 mo.). He died in Stirling, was the s/o Samuel Badgley and Elizabeth
Vaurres (Kaurres). He had been crippled for 20 years and was buried in Bethel United Church Cem., lot 12 con 4, Rawdon.
Death record VS # 015509/14

More About STEPHEN BADGLEY:
Baptism: 25 May 1836, at Picton Methodist Church, Picton, Upper Canada, by Rev. R. Jones (Source: Ontario Register Vol
3)
Burial: Bethel United Church Cemetery, Lot 12, Con. 4, Rawdon Twp., Sine, Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Joan Edith Parks)
Medical Information: Stephen had been crippled for 20 years. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic.")
Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1871 census of RawdonTwp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Residence: Lot 7 Con 7. Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1871 census of RawdonTwp., Hastings Co., Ont..)
Notes for ABBY ANN BARAGAR:
Abby Ann was the eldest child of Charles Barragar 1815-1889 and Jane Ward 1820-1905. A poem of hers was published in
the Intell in 1863. She is buried with her husband and her parents.
More About ABBY ANN BARAGAR:
Burial: Bethel United Church Cemetery, Lot 12, Con. 4, Rawdon Twp., Sine, Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Joan Edith Parks)


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SOPHRONIA BADGLEY: (STEPHEN , JAMES , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY )
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869; Vol. 13 Lennox & Addington Co., Badgley, Sophronia married Samuel Sager.

AVW: More info.
                                            Descendants of Sophelle Badgley
                                                      Generation No. 1
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1. SOPHELLE BADGLEY (STEPHEN , JAMES , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn
Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born Abt. 1851 in Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co.,
Canada West (Source: 1861 census for Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.), and died Unknown. She married SAMUEL
SAGER (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) 09 Dec 1868 in Lennox &
Addington Co., Canada West (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), son of
GARRETT SAGER and 'MRS. JANE. He was born Abt. 1843 in Canada West (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
"Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died Unknown.
Notes for SOPHELLE BADGLEY:
She was called Sophelle on 1861 Tyendinaga. census and her Marriage record calls her mother Elizabeth

Notes for SAMUEL SAGER:
Samuel was the s/o Garrett and Jane Sager .

STEPHEN BADGLEY:
Thurlow Township:; The ninth town on the Bay of Quinte was surveyed in 1787 by Louis Kotte, and was named after Baron
Edward A Thurlow, an outstanding British statesman and supporter of George III. Before the survey was finished, some of
the early Loyalist settlers took up land along the Moira River. During the year of 1789, Thurlow received a group of some
fifty Loyalists who came from Prince Edward County. Among these arrivals, who settled some distance back from the front
in the area of Foxboro, were John Taylor, William Reed, Solomon Hazelton, Archibald McKenzie, Zadock Thrasher, Richard
Smith, John and Conrad Frederick and Stephen and Laurence Badgley.
AVW: I wonder where this came from? AB - A book regarding the townships in Hastings County.

STEPHEN ARTHUR MORRIS: (Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)


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A.Brandes Family Group Sheet written by Steve Morris: Stephen Arthur Morris, occupation Die Maker, born 14/10/1946
Flint, MI., son of Leonard Arthur Morris and Wilma Alice Badgley. Married 5/06/1964 Donna Jean Coon born 7/1/1946 Flint,
MI., daughter of Kenneth Harland Coon and Betty Sue Watkins, son Kenneth Michael Morris born 2/05/1967
Flint, MI.




STEPHEN EMORY BADGLEY: (Benjamin V.)
A. Brandes Family Group Sheet: Stephen Badgley born May 20, 1868,Davison, MI. died 13/12/1936 age 68 Flint, MI., buried
Solon Cemetery, Cedar, MI. Occupation; Carpenter, Farmer, born Davison, MI, Davison Road, Father, Benjamin V., Mother
Eunice Matilda Snyder. Married Roena A. Thiel 25/3/1899, Solon Twp. Daughter of Anton Thiel and Caroline Umlor., Grand
Traverse Co. MI. by J. Amtsbucle J.P., witnessed by Frank Thiel and Essie Shear. Children: Harold Stephen born 8/2/1900
Cedar, MI., died 16/7/1979, Flint, MI., married Cleo Irene Ferguson: Gracie Caroline born 27/9/1901 Solon, MI. died
9/1/1921; Bertha May born 13/3/1906 died 28/1/1924 Genesee Twp., Genesee Co., MI, married James Rubel 6/8/1923
Flint, MI.: Goldie Irene born 5/01/1909, William Thiel born 16/8/1913, married Helen; Wilma Alice born 16/8/1913 married
Leonard Morris.
1900 Soundex: listed as living in Leelanaw Co., Solon twp with wife Rowena A. (Thiel) and son Harold S.
Stephen‟s daughter, my Great Aunt, Wilma Morris described him as about six feet tall and at one time a heavy man.
Family Register written by Grace Badgley: Stephen Badgley & Roena A. Thiel, Births Harold S Badgley born Feb. 8, 1900,
Grace C. Badgley born Sept. 27, 1901, Bertha M. Badgley born March 13, 1906, Goldie I Badgley born Jan. 5, 1909, William
T. Badgley and Wilma E. Badgley born Aug. 16, 1913. Deaths; Goldie I Badgley died Sept 2, 1910, Bertha May Badgley
(Rubel) died Jan 28, 1924, Grace Caroline Badgley died 9 Jan 1921, Stephen E. Badgley died 13 Dec. 1936
Address hand written in Registry: Mr. & Mrs. Basil Thiel: 8933 Ohio, Detroit 4, MI.; (also for Basil 18461 Hayden, Redford:
and 7568 J. St. Detroit, MI.): Mr. & Mrs. Bob (Vi) White: Cedar, MI. R#2 B#86: Mr. & Mrs. Bert & Cora Badgley; 405 Sophia
St., Bay City, MI. and 605 W. Jenny, Bay City, MI.: Mr. & Mrs. Ben Badgley 3520 Marvin St. Flint, MI: Mr. & Mrs. O. Kellogg:
Northport, MI: Tony Thiel 6480 Maple Ave. Grand Blanc, MI: Dora Thiel 9151 Martindale, Detroit, MI: Mr. & Mrs. John
Pringnitz, 1850 Marlott Rd. Port Huron, MI: Mr. & Mrs. Worgess 1450 DeCamp, Flint, MI: Mr. & Mrs. Wright 1021 Thompson,
Mr. Morris.
Aunt Wilma Morris: (his daughter) described Stephen as about six feet tall and at one time a heavy man.

STEPHEN BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI. room Flint Public Lib. Stephen Badgley, Co. F 26 MI. Inf. Died, buried Lakeview Cemetery, Antrim,
MI.
AVW. Is this Stephen above? AB - No

STEPHEN BADGLEY:
Newspaper Indexes in Belleville Library; Stephen Badgley charged with infringing fishing act. July 9, 1879.

STEPHEN BADGLEY:
Tree Talks vol 28-3, Sept 1988: Letters of Administration, Book 1 1815-1829, Surrogate‟s Office; Badgley, Stephen G.
Badgley late of the Town of Halfmoon. Letter to Ann Badgley of same, 2 Feb. 1828.

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SYLVANUS BADGLY/BADGLEY: (ISRageL LAWRENCE , THOMAS JOSEPH , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY ,
           1
ANTHONY )
Huron co. Mi. census 1871; Badgley, Sylvanus, age 28 born Ontario, W. Methodist, Irish, Farmer, Dist. 026, sub J Div 1 pg
54
Ontario Marriage Register; 1858-1869; Vol. 17 Badgley, Sylvanus, 22, br. Grey, Ireland, son of Isaac & Eliza, married 3 July
1865 Mary Ann Preston age 16, of Wallace, Canada, daughter of Peter & Eliza.
Marriages: Perth County 1858-1869: Sylvanus Badgley, age 22 , born Grey, Ireland, son of Martin and Katherine, married
Apr 13, 1868 Katherine Preston, age 16, born Wallace, Canada, daughter of Peter and Eliza Preston.


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AVW:
                                              Descendants of Sylvanus Badgley
                                                         Generation No. 1
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1. SYLVANUS BADGLEY (ISRageL LAWRENCE , THOMAS JOSEPH , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY ,
             1
ANTHONY ) (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.) was born 1844 in Canada West
(Source: Lori Wright, "Electronic."), and died 22 May 1895 in Port Austin, Michigan (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay,
"Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.). He married (1) MARY ANN PRESTON (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay,
"Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.) 03 Jul 1865 in Canada (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic."),
daughter of PETER PRESTON and ELIZA HALSTEAD. She was born 11 Oct 1849 in Hastings Co., Canada West
(Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.), and died 31 Oct 1884 in Port Austin,
Michigan (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.). He married (2) SECOND MRS.
SYLVANUS BADGLEY 1885 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). She was born Abt. 1842, and died Bet. 1885 -
1886 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). He married (3) ELIZA GILESPY (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay,
"Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.) 18 Sep 1886 (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay, "Electronic."), daughter of
JAMES GILESPY and 'MRS. CLARISSA. She was born 02 Sep 1870 in Canada (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay,
"Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.), and died 02 Dec 1894 in Michigan (Source: Lin Marie (Ignash) Gilay,
"Electronic," Date of Import: 26 Mar, 1999.).
Notes for SYLVANUS BADGLEY:
Children: Researched by Lin Gilay of Great Lakes, Illinois
  Elizabeth b. 1870 d. 1894 bur. in Port Austin Original Cem. Note: Found by Lin Gilay, then deleted.
History : Sylvanus's place of birth is unknown, but was Hastings Co. or Huron. He grew up in Huron and married in Perth Co.
(next to Huron) when Mary Ann was 15 yrs,9 mo. It seems that her family had recently moved to Huron from Wallaceburg,
Lambton Co. and the two families had been acquainted in Tyendinaga, Hastings. He and Mary Ann lived in Grey Twp.,
Huron Co. until shortly after the 1871 census, when he was a farmer age 28 yrs. They were in Michigan by 1872, and
Sylvanus became known as Sulvenes, and was called Vean. The family was in the Dwight, Huron, Mich. census in 1880 with
their 6 children, as named above, (not Elizabeth) but ages do not hold true. Mary Ann died after Florence was born and Vean
remarried quickly, had a son, and was widowed again (?). This wife was thought to be about his own age, 41, and she may
have died in childbirth. His 3rd wife was 16 yrs. and died at 24 years, in 1894, after 2 children. Vean's mother may have been
living with them during this marriage. Vean was on his way to Detroit on 22 May 1895 to pick up his 4th wife, a mail-order
bride, just 6 months after Eliza died. Two of his sons were to escort him to Kinde but he never arrived and was not found until
the next year, drowned in an old well. People had seen buzzards circling the well which was in a field. The family thought for
years that he had fallen in, but further investigation said it was suicide. Note: His recorded death date is 22 May 1896, a year
after the fact. His parents were named as Lawrence and Eliza Badgley, and he was a 52 yr. old widower.
Brøderbund Family Archive #116, Ed. 1, Census Index: Ontario, Canada, 1871, Date of Import: Mar 10, 1998, Internal Ref.
#1.116.1.448.1 had him born Bet. 1842 & 1843
More About SYLVANUS BADGLEY:
Addenda: Age in 1871: 28 (Source: Brøderbund Family Archive #116, Ed. 1, Census Index: Ontario, Canada, 1871, Date of
Import: Mar 10, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.116.1.448.1, "Electronic.")
Occupation: Farmer (Source: Brøderbund Family Archive #116, Ed. 1, Census Index: Ontario, Canada, 1871, Date of
Import: Mar 10, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.116.1.448.1, "Electronic.")
Religion: Wesleyan Methodist (Source: Brøderbund Family Archive #116, Ed. 1, Census Index: Ontario, Canada, 1871,
Date of Import: Mar 10, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.116.1.448.1, "Electronic.")
Residence: Grey Twp., Huron N. Co., Ont. (Source: Brøderbund Family Archive #116, Ed. 1, Census Index: Ontario,
Canada, 1871, Date of Import: Mar 10, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.116.1.448.1, "Electronic.")

THEODORE BADGLEY:
Hamilton Cemetery, Section U; Sarah J. Melick, wife of Theodore Badgley, 1849-1916, also Lillian A. Badgley wife of John
Dale 1874-1904, and Olga Dale 1901-1902.

THOMAS BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Ontario Marriage Registers 1858-1869; Vol 8 Huron County; Badgley, Thomas of Paisley, son of Sam, married Catherine
Campbell 1860, ref. #9.
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AVW: I don’t know about this one. I wonder which Samuel was supposed to be his father.

THOMAS BADGLEY: (Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
Thomas Badgley born 1810 married Catherine Moffat born 1812. Thomas died 6 Jan 1852 Wolford Twp, Grenville, Co.,
Canada. They settled in Wolford twp, Leeds and Grenville Co, Canada. Their grandchildren went to the Shawville, Quebec
area of Canada.
AVW: I have this one as unidentified. I wonder which Samuel was supposed to be his father.

Thomas Joseph Badgley: (Clifton, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
The Flint Journal 13/6/1992: Badgley-Tinnen: Glenda Sue Tinnin and Thomas Joseph Badgley were married April 11 in
Glen Gables Wedding Chapel. The reception was at Bosley‟s. Attendants were Valorie Tinnin and David Badgley. The
bride is the daughter of Maxine Stone of Senath Mr. And Alfred Arrant of Senath. The bridegroom is the son of Mary
Badgley of Flint and the late Clifton Badgley. The couple is born 16/7/1976; Megan Rachael born 27/02/1978.The couple is
employed by Michigan Bell in Flint. They took a Caribbean Cruise honeymoon. They live in Davison.
A.Brandes Family Group sheet written by Tom Badgley: Thomas Joseph Badgley born 8/10/1947 Flint, MI., son of Clifton
Badgley and Mary Schriner, U.S. Army 9/7/1969 to 8/7/1971, Catholic, Married Laura Ann Shelton born 26/10/1954 Flint,
MI. daughter of James Shelton and Theresa Fesor, Divorced April 24, 1985, children Rachael Ann born 25/11/1974 died
29/5/1975; Nicholas Charles

VIRGINA MAXINE BADGLEY Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V)
Virginia Maxine Badgley born 16 Dec 1924, daughter of Harold Badgley and Cleo Ferguson, married 19 July 1944 Mt.
Morris, MI. to John Pringnitz son of Alvin Pringnitz and Hattie Van Horn. Children are ______ born Nov 1946 died Nov
1946, Larry Allen and Michelle.

VIRGINA BADGLEY:
Letter written to A.Brandes from Virgina: Dear Annette, We are so sorry we can‟t attend the reunion. We very much
appreciate all of the work you have undertaken to get this going. I am Virginia, married to Lyle. I will be out of town visiting
my daughter Kay Frahm in Bettendorf, Iowa who is expecting a new baby any day. My son Bob who lives in Clarkston
already had plans for Florida for a family party for his wife‟s‟ family. My daughter Diane Tatrow of Mt. Morris also has
vacation plans. Have a great time and we will be thinking of the party. Virginia, letter sent from 475 S. State Road,
Otisville, MI.

WILLIAM BADGLEY:
Encyc. Of Canada pg 142; Badgley, Wm. 1801-1888) attorney general of Lower Canada ( 1847-48) born Montreal 2 May
1801 son of Francis Badgley (member of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada 1801-1805)_ died in Montreal 24 Dec
1888. Married 22 April 1834 Elizabeth Wallace eldest daughter of Col. J. W. Taylor of the East India Co. They had four
sons and two daughters.
AVW: This is from a Badgley branch which came to Canada from England.

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WILLIAM BADGLEY: (Samuel,SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) )
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
William Badgley born 1815, died 8 Dec. 1886, father Samuel Badgley, mother Nancy Garrison, married 1835 Abigail
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Garrison born 1818, died 30 May 1899, Children born west half of lot 24 of the 6 concession of Hungerford twp, Stoco, Ont.,
Hasting So. CA.: Benjamin br. 1 Jan 1835, died 23 June 1916 Tittabawasse twp., MI, married (1) Eunice Snyder, (2) Alice;
Amanda br 1837 died 20 Dec 1903; Deborah born 1840; Sarah Jane born 1842; William Nelson born 1844; Samuel born 18
Sept 1846 died 27 April 1928; Garrett born 1850, Annabel born 1852, Mary Elizabeth born 1854, Henry born 1856 married
Elizabeth Purvis 10 Feb. 1876
AVW:
AB: This William does have a son Benjamin, but he was not born 1/1/1833 as was Benjamin V..
Ontario Archives Reel 8-420: {Parks Cemetery & Church; Hungerford Twp, Hastings Co, Methodist Episcopal Church Hwy
37, Con 6 lot 13; William Badgley & wife Abigail Garrison (upright salmon colored marker) Badgley: In memory of Wm.
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Badgley died 18 Dec 1886 age 71 years 7 months 2 days, Abigail his wife died 30 May 1899 age 81 years 3 months “There
is no parting in Heaven”.
1861 Census: Hungerford twp., Page 72, William Badgley, farmer born U.C., E. Methodist. age 45, wife Abigail age 40,
Mandy age 20, Debby age ?18, Sara Jane age 16, William age 14, Samuel; age 12, Garrett aw 10, Annabelle (?) age 6,.
Mary age 4, and ?? Benjamin age 1.

                                               Descendants of William Badgley
                                                       Generation No. 1
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1. WILLIAM BADGLEY (SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 16 May 1815 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source:
(1) Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS)., (2) Vital Statistics of Ontario,
Index.), and died 18 Dec 1886 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN
1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS)., (2) Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 006222/86.). He married
ABIGAIL GARRISON (Source: Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS).) Abt.
1840 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
1999.), daughter of GARRETT GARRISON and 'MRS. DEBORAH. She was born 28 Feb 1818 in Thurlow Twp., Hastings
Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 02 Jun 1899 in
Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 011317/99.).
Notes for WILLIAM BADGLEY:
aged 71 years, 2 months and 2 days
History : William was 23 years when the family moved to Tyendinaga It is possible that he went directly from Thurlow to
Hungerford in1838 where he took up farming and fruit-growing on rented property, possibly lot 24 con.6. in Stoco. He
undoubtedly farmed that lot from Oct.1847 and became the owner on 29 Jan,1862. He was a Methodist, died aged 71 years,
2 months and 2 days and is buried in Parks Cem., Stoco. He built a fine brick home, which in 1999 is a 'Bed and Breakfast'.
His gravestone is still in excellent condition. On 2 Oct.1885 there was an 'Agreement' with sons Benjamin and Henry
regarding the care of his three mentally disabled children Deborah, Jane and Samuel. The other 2 sons, William and Garrett
had left Hungerford. His will, written on 25 Sept.1886 and Reg. on 18 Jan.1888 gave Benjamin B. the west 1/2 of the farm
subject to a Life Lease for his widow Abigail, and the support and maintenance, during their lifetime of Samuel B., Deborah
and Jane Badgley. Henry W. was willed the E½, subject to a share of the above conditions. Death record is VS # 006222/87
(AVW)

More About WILLIAM BADGLEY:
Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6,
Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. - ISBN 1-55114-719-x)
Occupation: a farmer and a fruit grower (Source: Joan Edith Parks)
Religion: Meth (Source: 1881 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)
Residence: 1871, Lot 24, Con. 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings
Cty., Ont.)

Notes for ABIGAIL GARRISON:
aged 81 years and 3 months
Abigail was the niece of Wm.'s mother, Nancy. Thus they were cousins. She was baptized 27 July 1823 with several family
members (Early Meth. recs.). After Wm. died she lived with sons Benjamin or Henry Wilson on lot 24 con 6 (1891 census)
and died there at 81 yrs and was buried in Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. On 25
Feb.1889 she and Benjamin sold all of the timber on the north-west woodlot to the Rathbun Co. ($250.00 to Ben and
$110.00 to Abigail) Note: Three of the children from this 'marriage of cousins' were termed lunatics, Deborah, Jane and
Samuel, who were cared for by brothers Benjamin and Henry.
Death record VS # 011317/99 Abagail Badgley
More About ABIGAIL GARRISON:
Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6,
Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. - ISBN 1-55114-719-x)


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Children of WILLIAM BADGLEY and ABIGAIL GARRISON are:
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          i. DEBORAH 'DEBBIE' BADGLEY (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 12819/06.), b. 08 Apr
             1840, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 13 Apr 1906,
             Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 12819/06.).

            Notes for DEBORAH 'DEBBIE' BADGLEY:
            History : Deborah's age on 1871 and 91 census indicates a birth year of 1843-4. Her obit claims 1840 (which is
            correct, per 1901 census). She and her mother and 2 unmarried siblings lived with her brother Henry Wilson
            Badgley after William died. Her obit states she died on lot 24 con 6, of apoplexy for 3 weeks at age 66. She was
            called 'weak-minded and idiotic' by her doctor. She was a Methodist. Brother Henry gave the information re her
            death.
            Death record VS # 012819/06

        ii. AMANDA ANN BADGLEY (Source: William C. Knowles, "Electronic."), b. 23 Jul 1841, Lot 17, Conc. 9,
            Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) Family Bible, Date written by Amanda., (2) William C.
            Knowles, "Electronic."); d. 20 Dec 1903, Tweed, Ont. (Source: (1) "Obituary for Amanda (Badgley) Knowles.",
            (2) Funeral card, Karen (Lusk) Robinson.); m. WILLIAM ALLEN KNOWLES, JR. (Source: William C. Knowles,
            "Electronic."), 23 Jan 1868, Belleville, Ont. (Source: Marriage Certificate, Karen (Lusk) Robinson.); b. 16 Mar
            1835, Richmond Twp., near Napanee, Ont. (Source: (1) Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather., (2) Obituary for
            William Allen Knowles.); d. 19 Apr 1927, Lynnville, Ont. (Source: Funeral card.).

            Notes for AMANDA ANN BADGLEY:
            62 yrs, 4 mos, 20 days
            Children: KNOWLES some dates from 1901 Hungerford. census order unknown Some information on this
            family supplied by William C. Knowles to Arnold Weirmeir of Apsley, Ont. and more was supplied by Sherry
            Sponseller of Mt. Pleasant, Mich.
            History: Amanda and William were married by Rev. Samuel Bennett at St. Paul's Anglican Church in Roslin,
            Hungerford. They lived at first in Bogart, just north and east of Tweed, lot 17 con.7, Hungerford, where the
            children were all born, and where William farmed. They moved into Tweed later where Amanda died of cancer
            at age 62 yrs, 4 mos, 20 days. Both are bur. in Victoria Cem. Tweed. Stone 511. Her obituary does not mention
            the two sisters and brother Samuel at home.
            More About AMANDA ANN BADGLEY:
            Burial: Victoria Cemetery, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: William C. Knowles)

            Notes for WILLIAM ALLEN KNOWLES, JR.:
            William was the s/o William A. Sr. and Annice Knowles who settled on the farm at Bogart in 1841 that son
            Wm.Jr. later farmed, Lot 17, Conc 7, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont. He was a Methodist. William Jr.'s
            first wife was Margaret C. Rogers, by whom he had a son William A. the 3rd, who married Mary Slush. (From a
            query in the Quinte Branch 'Searchlight' by a Knowles descendant in Michigan. She named William Jr.'s
            children in the following order: William A., Annice, George, Jane, Clara and Ruby Florence. If this is the correct
            order, the above numbering is correct). Wm.'s 1st wife was born in 1833, died 28 Apr.1867 and is buried in
            Bethel Cem. Hungerford.
            More About WILLIAM ALLEN KNOWLES, JR.:
            Burial: Victoria Cemetery, Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: William C. Knowles, "Electronic.")
            Occupation: Farmer (Source: William C. Knowles, "Electronic.")
            Religion: Methodist (Source: William C. Knowles, "Electronic.")
            Residence: Lot 17, Conc 7, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: William C. Knowles, "Electronic.")

        iii. SARAH JANE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
             24 Feb 1842, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
             Import: May 8, 1999.); d. 20 Aug 1909, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario
             Microfilm Record # 013422/09.).
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    Notes for SARAH JANE BADGLEY:
    History : Also known as Sarah Ann Badgley. Sarah died at the home of her brother Henry, of a cerebral
    hemorrhage at age 67 yrs. 6 mo. The 1871 census indicates a birth year of 1845-6 but the obit claims 1842,
    which is the date stated in Vital Stats. She was called a lunatic.
    Death record VS # 013422/09

iv. WILLIAM BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b. Abt.
    1845 (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.); d. Unknown; m.
    ELIZABETH PRESLEY (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol
    1.), 15 Sep 1869, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario)
    Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.); b. Abt. 1847 (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages
    - 1869-1875 Vol 1.); d. Unknown.
    Notes for WILLIAM BADGLEY:
    He was 14 yrs. in 1861 Hungerford census. No other record has been found. ‡ Note 1: The 1871 census of
    Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co. shows: William Badgley age 26 (born a. 1845) with wife Elizabeth age 24 (born a.
    1847) no children. Note 2: The 1910 census of Isabella Co., Michigan shows William Badgley, born in Canada
    in 1846, with wife Elizabeth born in Canada in 1848. Their children were born in Michigan ( the first one or two
    could have been born in Canada- JS) If these 3 Williams are the same person, then his genealogy would be:
    William b. 1846 in Hungerford. d. after 1910 possibly in Isabella Co. Mich. married a.1870 in Canada to
    Elizabeth Unknown b. 1848 possibly in Rawdon
    History : William had married and settled in Rawdon before 1871, and had gone to Isabella Co. Michigan by
    1875. In 1903, when his sister Amanda died, he was living at Clare, Mich.

v. SAMUEL BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b. 18
   Sep 1848, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN
   1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS).); d. 27 Apr 1928, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source:
   Alan D. Piper, Parks Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS).).
   Notes for SAMUEL BADGLEY:
   79 years, 7 months and 9 days
   Died on lot 24 con 6 Hungerford. unmarried
   History : Samuel farmed and lived with his brother Henry. He died at 79 yrs., 7 mo., and 9 days, and is buried in
   Parks Cem. Hungerford. He also was labeled a lunatic.
   More About SAMUEL BADGLEY:
   Burial: Parks Cemetery, PL13, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Alan D. Piper, Parks
   Cemetery, - ISBN 1-55114-719-x, (Quinte Branch of the OGS).)
   Occupation: Farmer (Source: 1871 census for Hungerford Twp., Hastings Cty., Ont.)

vi. GARRETT HARRISON BADGLEY (Source: Death Registration - 1923-024410.), b. Abt. 1854, Hungerford
    Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: (1) 1871 Census of Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.., (2) Death
    Registration - 1923-024410.); d. 08 Jun 1923, St. James, Man. (Source: Death Registration - 1923-024410.);
    m. CYNTHIA HELMER (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), 15
    Sep 1875, Weston, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); b.
    Abt. 1854, Rawdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
    Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Unknown.
    Notes for GARRETT HARRISON BADGLEY:
    History : Garrett was a farmer and had been a resident of Rawdon when he married in Weston Methodist
    Episcopal Church. Note: Weston is north-west of Toronto. Did they settle there? It appears that Garrett
    followed his brother William to Rawdon sometime after the 1871 census, and met Cynthia there. In 1903, when
    his sister Amanda died, he was living at Winnipeg, Man.

    Notes for CYNTHIA HELMER:
    A record from Joan Parks states Garrett married Annetta. Was this Cynthia's middle name?
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vii. ANNABLE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
     Abt. 1855, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
     Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Aft. 1871 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).
     Notes for ANNABLE BADGLEY:
     After1871 census no further record. Her sister Amanda's obituary states that one sister, Mrs. Phillips, lived in
     Michigan. Was that Annable?

viii. MARY ELIZABETH BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
      1999.), b. Abt. 1857, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,"
      Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Aft. 1881 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); m. EDGERTON
      RYERSON (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), 19 Dec 1881,
      Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May
      8, 1999.); b. Abt. 1851, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
      "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Unknown.

 ix. BENJAMIN BASIL BARTLETT BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import:
     May 8, 1999.), b. 27 Feb 1861 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. Aft. 1925 (Source: Jean Elizabeth
     (Meyers) Stather.); m. (1) MAY JANE ERVING (Source: Hungerford Township Marriage Register.), 18 Apr
     1886, St. Paul's Anglican Church, Roslin, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Hungerford Township
     Marriage Register.); b. 1863, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Joan Edith Parks); d. Aft. 1901
     (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); m. (2) 'MRS. BENJAMIN BADGLEY' ALICE M. (Source: Marilyn
     Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), Bef. 1910 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
     Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); b. Abt. 1861 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
     "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Aft. 1925 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).
     Notes for BENJAMIN BASIL BARTLETT BADGLEY:
     History: Benjamin was a bachelor and a farmer in Hungerford when he and Mary Jane were married in St.
     Paul's Anglican Church, Roslin by Rev. Samuel Bennett. Grandson Grant Badgley remembers his
     grandparents as a young boy. Benjamin was deeded the west ½ of lot 24 con 6 Hungerford. in 1886, the year
     of his marriage and took partial responsibility for the care of his mother and siblings. He may have gone to U.S.
     for a time after his sisters died. In 1901 the family was listed as Roman Catholic Note: There is a Benjamin
     Badgley b.1862 in Canada, living in Saginaw, Mich. in 1910, with wife Alice M. and children, Bert b.1888 and
     Florence b.1898. There are also grandchildren, Russell b. 1907 and Morris- no date. It has not been proven
     that this is the same family. Three dates and 2 names are close enough to be correct, but the grandchildren
     would have to belong to Alice.

     Benjamin Badgley found in:
     Ontario, 1869-1886 Marriage Index Volume 2; Spouse: Ewing, Mary; Date of Marriage: Apr 18, 1886;
     Marriage Place: Roslin; Source Code: 004384; Microfilm Reel Number: 53

     Notes for MAY JANE ERVING:
     Mary Jane's parents lived in Hungerford. Note: There was a Henry Irvin with wife Jane in Bridgewater Circuit
     Church records in 1888.

 x. HENRY WILSON BADGLEY (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm Record # 016383/13.), b. 06 Sep
    1862, Lot 24, Con 6, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Canada West (Source: Hungerford Township Register of
    Deaths.); d. 26 Jan 1913, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Vital Statistics of Ontario Microfilm
    Record # 016383/13.); m. MARGARET 'ELIZABETH' PURVIS (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
    "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), 10 Feb 1890, Hungerford Twp., by Rev M. Metherell (Source:
    Hungerford Township Marriage Register.); b. 15 Feb 1869, Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Jean
    Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 1955 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).
    Notes for HENRY WILSON BADGLEY:
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             History: Henry and Elizabeth were married by Rev. M. Metherell. Henry farmed the E½ of lot 24 con 6
             Hungerford., deeded to him on 25 Sept.1886 on condition that he care for his 3 unmarried siblings. He was
             granted a Certificate of Dispensation for the care of his siblings, called lunatics, from brother Ben and a
             co-owner on 8 Sept.1899, 4 months after his mother died. This resulted in the sale of a portion of Ben's lot in
             1901 and a mortgage being taken out by Ben. Henry died of acute Brights disease at age 50. From Land Reg.:
             On 2 Oct.1885 an Agreement was made between bothers Benjamin and Henry regarding the care of the 3
             mentally disabled siblings. On 25 Sept.1886 (Reg.18 Jan.1888), after his father William died.
             Death record VS # 016383
             More About HENRY WILSON BADGLEY:
             Burial: Victoria Lawn Cemetery (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.)
             Cause of Death: Acute Brights disease, 2-4 months (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.)
             Occupation: Farmer (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.)
             Residence: Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont. (Source: Hungerford Township Register of Deaths.)

             Notes for MARGARET 'ELIZABETH' PURVIS:
             Elizabeth was the d/o Robert and Margaret Purvis, who had come from England. She was the last surviving
             member of Henry's executors when she sold lot 24 on 3 Jan.1838. Her first Government pension was issued on
             29 Mar.1938. If 70 years was the Pension age, she was born in 1868. Elizabeth died on 25 Feb.1955 (Intell).
             Marriage Notes for HENRY BADGLEY and MARGARET PURVIS:
             Mother's name given as Sarah [Hungerford Township Marriage Register]

E-mail Information sent from Nancy Reid: Children of William and Abigail: Mandy born about 1841, Debby born about 1843;
Sarah born about 1845; William born about 1847; Samuel born about 1849; Garrett born about 1851; Annabel born about
1855; March born about 1857; Benjamin born about 1861, married May Erving born 1862, died April 18, 1886; Henry born
about 1864 married Elizabeth Purvis, born 1867 died Feb. 10, 1890.

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WILLIAM BADGLEY: (William, Samuel, SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) )
NOTE: This William is the brother to Catherine Badgley who married Christopher Snyder, who were the parents of the
Eunice Snyder that married Benjamin Badgley.
Past & Present of Isabella Co. MI.: page 664 William Badgley: Among the men of influence of Isabella Co., who have the
interest of their locality at heart and who led consistent lives, thereby gaining definite success along their chosen lines, is
William Badgley, a successful farmer of Wise township, having there a valuable and highly productive landed estate, which
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he manages with the care and discretion that stamps him as a 20 century ?agrunturist of the highest order. Mr. Badgley
was born 29 Oct 1845, in Hasting Co. Ont., Can., the son of William & Abigail ( Garrison ) Badgley, both natives of that place
and there he passed his boyhood and attended school a short time. He remained on the farm which he worked until he was
thirty two years of age. He was married to Elizabeth Presley of his own community in Ontario, born in 1847. At the age
mentioned above Mr. Badgley came to Saginaw, MI. where he remained 3 months, then came to Clare City, Clare County &
lived there 2 years, working on the sections of a railroad, also in the woods. He then moved to section 8, Wise township
and bought 60 acres of timbered land, through which and around there were no roads - in fact, Mr. Badgley was one of the
first settlers in that township coming when the great forests were inhabited by Indians and wild beast, but he set to work with
a will and in due course of time had a comfortable home and well cultivated farm. In 1910 he purchased an additional 40
acres, making his farm now 100 acres, which ranks with the best and most attractive in the township. He has as intimated,
a neat and well arranged dwelling which he remolded in 1888 and in 1910 he erected a good barn 36 x 82 feet. His place
is well fenced with wire and is well drained He has 84 acres under a high state of cultivation and is carrying on general
farming in a manner that brings abundant success. He is also very successful as a stock raiser, paying special attention to
full blood shorthorn cattle and he has other good stock. This year (1911) he has 10 acres in beets, 7 in beans, besides
wheat, oats, & barley, and has 1 acre of fine fruit. He uses the latest models in farming machinery. He is a stockholder &
member of the Farmers Mutual Ins. Society of Mt. Pleasant. Mr. Badgley is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church
and he is a trustee of the same, having held this office for the past two years. His family also belongs to this church and all
are very faithful in their attendance. Mr. Badgley has also been a steward of this church for several years. Politically, he is
a Republican, but never sought public office.


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The following children have been born to Mr. & Mrs. Badgley: Frank, who married Miss Goodenough, lives in Flint, Mi. where
he is employed as a bookkeeper: Anna who married a Mr. Smith, lives with his father on the home farm: John Leroy is
married and is engaged in railroad work in North Dakota. No family in Isabella Co. is respected more highly than the
Badgleys and they are influential in their community.

AVW:
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1. WILLIAM BADGLEY (WILLIAM , SAMUEL , SAMUEL , STEPHEN , ANTHONY , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay
(Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born Abt. 1845 (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings
County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.), and died Unknown. He married ELIZABETH PRESLEY (Source: Linda
Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.) 15 Sep 1869 in Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., Ont.
(Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages - 1869-1875 Vol 1.), daughter of AARAN PRESLEY and
'MRS. ELEANOR. She was born Abt. 1847 (Source: Linda Corupe, U.E., Hastings County (Ontario) Marriages -
1869-1875 Vol 1.), and died Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM BADGLEY:
He was 14 yrs. in 1861 Hungerford census. No other record has been found. ‡ Note 1: The 1871 census of Rawdon Twp.,
Hastings Co. shows: William Badgley age 26 (born a. 1845) with wife Elizabeth age 24 (born a. 1847) no children. Note 2:
The 1910 census of Isabella Co., Michigan shows William Badgley, born in Canada in 1846, with wife Elizabeth born in
Canada in 1848. Their children were born in Michigan ( the first one or two could have been born in Canada- JS) If these 3
Williams are the same person, then his genealogy would be: William b. 1846 in Hungerford. d. after 1910 possibly in Isabella
Co. Mich. married a.1870 in Canada to Elizabeth Unknown b. 1848 possibly in Rawdon
History : William had married and settled in Rawdon before 1871, and had gone to Isabella Co. Michigan by 1875. In 1903,
when his sister Amanda died, he was living at Clare, Mich.

Child of WILLIAM BADGLEY and ELIZABETH PRESLEY is:
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          i. ARTHUR BADGLEY (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), b. 1884, Mich (Source: Jean Elizabeth
             (Meyers) Stather.); d. Unknown; m. 'MRS. ARTHUR BADGLEY' LUELLA S. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers)
             Stather.), Unknown; b. 1888, Mich (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. Unknown.

             Notes for ARTHUR BADGLEY:
             There was an Arthur Badgley born 14 Aug 1877 and died Mar 1968 in Wayne, Mich. according to the SS Death
             Index. This could be the same Arthur.

WILLIAM A BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib.; William A. Badgley, Co. D 11 Cal. 5 Sept 1863 at Hydsib, 3 yrs, age 18,
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mustered 23 Sept 1863, transferred to Co. M 8 Cal. 20 July 1865 Mustered out at Nashville 22 Sept 1865.

WILLIAM CLIFFORD BADGLEY: (Clifton, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet, compiled by Kathleen Badgley: William Clifford Badgley born 28/4/1958 Flint, MI.,
occupation Service Tech. Church Lutheran, Military Nay 1977-1980 Residence 1989 7901 Fostoria Rd. Mayville, MI 48744:
married Kathleen Elaine Stimson on 20/09/1980. She was born 30/8/1957 Flint MI. to Max E. & Juanita Stimson,
Occupation Welder. Children Erin Juanita born 26/10/1981 died 26/03/1982; Kyle Cliffton born 1/3/1983 Flint, MI.; Jason
Kelvin born 24/2/1985.

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WILLIAM E BADGLEY: (MATTHIAS , CORNELIUS , GEORGE , ANTHONY )
Wm. E. Badgley, born 1811 married Harriett R. Day born 1813 daughter of Lewis born 1772, married 1795, died 1859 and
Mary Hill Day born 1781.
1871 Census of Ontario: William E. Badgley age 59 br. Ontario, Re. Wesleyan Methodist, English, farmer (pg. 53) Lincoln,
(Dist.021) Grantham (sub-dist.) Div.2, page1.
AVW:
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1. WILLIAM EDWIN BADGLEY (MATTHIAS , CORNELIUS , GEORGE , ANTHONY ) (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) was born 15 Aug 1811 in Kingston, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
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Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 16 Jul 1892 in St. Catherine‟s, Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth
(Meyers) Stather.). He married (1) HARRIET R. DAY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import:
May 8, 1999.) 30 Oct 1833 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.). She was born 22 Feb 1813 in Kingston, Ont.
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 10 Dec 1845 in Kingston, Ont.
(Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He married (2) NANCY ROSE (Source:
Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.) 28 Dec 1847 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), daughter of SAMUEL ROSE and SARAH CATON. She was born Abt.
1823 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), and died 09 Feb 1855 in N. Cayuga,
Canada West (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.). He married (3)
CAROLINE RILEY, MRS. (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 7, 1983-1984, "Electronic," 216.) 10 Nov
1858 in At Canfield Station by Rev. John Shaw (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, The Ontario Register, Vol 7, 1983-1984,
"Electronic," 216.). She was born Abt. 1825 in Canada (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import:
May 8, 1999.), and died 04 Feb 1911 in Corinth, Bayham Twp., Elgin Co., Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
"Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

Notes for WILLIAM EDWIN BADGLEY:
History : William was a farmer in Ernestown, Lennox Cty.. until after the 1851 census, which showed children M.J. -11, S. -2,
C.-1. (Catherine, Matthias and Lewis are missing) I.G.I. lists the birthplace of Harriett's children in Port Weller, Lincoln as
well as in Frontenac, which seems to be correct. Harriett died in Kingston and William remarried there. The family was in
Port Weller (St. Catherine‟s area) before Feb.1855, when Nancy died. William remarried nearly 4 years later, after Mary
Jane had died, but there were still 6 children at home. In 1858 he lived at North Cayuga. In 1871 William was in Grantham
Twp, Lincoln Co., was a farmer and a Wesleyan Methodist. He died in St. Catherine‟s. (VS) VS # 010009/92 calls him
William G.

More About WILLIAM EDWIN BADGLEY:
Residence: 1833, Kingston Twp., Frontenac Co., Ont. (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, Marriage Bonds of Ontario, 1803-1834,
(Hunterdon House, Lambertville, NJ), 255.)

More About HARRIET R. DAY:
Residence: 1833, Kingston Twp., Frontenac Co., Ont. (Source: Thomas B. Wilson, Marriage Bonds of Ontario, 1803-1834,
(Hunterdon House, Lambertville, NJ), 255.)

Notes for NANCY ROSE:
Nancy was born on the 5th of Sidney, Hastings Co., the d/o Samuel Rose and Sarah Caton. Source: Pioneer Life, which
states she went to St. Catherine‟s and married Lewis Badgley (an error, she had a step-son Lewis). P.L. also states she had
children Sidney, Charles and a daughter (error).

Notes for CAROLINE RILEY, MRS.:
Caroline was probably born in the St. Catherine‟s area. She died at Corinth in Elgin Co., Ont. In 1858 she lived at Hamilton,
Ont.
Death record VS # 011138/11 shows Margaret Badgley

Children of WILLIAM BADGLEY and HARRIET DAY are:
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          i. UNNAMED BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
             25 Nov 1834 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. 29 Dec 1834
             (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).
         ii. CATHERINE ASENATH BADGLEY (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), b. 23 Feb 1836 (Source:
             Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Unknown, Probably in Canfield
             (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); m. ALFRED CANFIELD (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
             "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), Unknown; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

             Notes for CATHERINE ASENATH BADGLEY:
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            No issue.

        iii. MATTHIAS TOWNLEY BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
             1999.), b. 24 Feb 1838, Kingston, Upper Canada (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 07 Jul 1908,
             Toronto, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); m. SOPHIA
             GRUSHAW (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), 08 May 1861,
             Canfield, Haldimand Co, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
             1999.); b. Abt. 1841, Cayuga, Canada West (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
             Import: May 8, 1999.); d. 06 Dec 1907, Roanoke, Illinois, United States (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
             "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

            Notes for MATTHIAS TOWNLEY BADGLEY:
            History : Submitted by M. Harris. Matthias and Sophia married in Canfield and lived there possibly until about
            1880, when they were found on the census of Roanoke Twp, Woodford Co. Illinois. This date is about the time
            son Frederick is quoted as arriving in US. However they may have come years earlier. Matthias was listed as a
            gentleman and a Methodist. He died at 70 years of heart disease and is probably buried with Sophia in Toronto,
            but may not have died there.
            Death record VS # 003481 shows Matthias Badgley died at Toronto

            Notes for SOPHIA GRUSHAW:
            Spouse: Sophia was born in Garnet (Gernay), North Cayuga, Haldimand Co., the d/o Frederick Grushaw and
            Sophia Trimm. She died in Roanoke, Ill., and is buried in Mount Pleasant Cem. Toronto

        iv. LEWIS EDWIN BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.),
            b. 22 Dec 1840, Kingston, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
            1999.); d. 14 Dec 1885 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); m.
            MARTHA JANE NEWTON, MRS. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), Bef. 1867, Port Weller; b. Abt.
            1844, England (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. Unknown.

            Notes for LEWIS EDWIN BADGLEY:
            History : Lewis, a twin of Mary Jane went with his parents from Kingston to Port Weller after the 1851 census.
            Following his marriage he lived in Ann Arbor for a short time, coming to Canfield for the birth of their 2nd child.
            In 1871 he was living with or near his father in Grantham Twp, Lincoln Co., was a farmer and a Wesleyan
            Methodist of English origin. Mary's birth was in Vital Stats.

            Notes for MARTHA JANE NEWTON, MRS.:
            Martha, a widow, was born in England, maiden name unknown.

        v. MARY JANE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), b.
           22 Dec 1840, Kingston, Frontonac Co., Upper Canada (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,"
           Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. 30 Apr 1857 (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
           Import: May 8, 1999.).

            Notes for MARY JANE BADGLEY:
            A twin to Lewis Edwin. Died at 16 yrs 4 months Probably died in Port Weller, Lincoln Co., Ont.


Children of WILLIAM BADGLEY and NANCY ROSE are:
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        vi. SIDNEY ROSE BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.),
             b. 28 May 1850, Kingston, Ont. (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 28 Apr 1917, Wyckliffe, Ohio,
             United States (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); m. (1)
             ALVINA ADELIA CLARK (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), 25 Dec 1872 (Source: Jean Elizabeth
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             (Meyers) Stather.); b. Abt. 1851 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); d. 13 Dec 1874 (Source: Jean
             Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); m. (2) CHARLOTTE JANE GILLELAND (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
             "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), Abt. 1875 (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.); b. Unknown,
             Cleveland, Ohio, United States (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
             1999.); d. 07 May 1917, Wyckliffe, Ohio, United States (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic,"
             Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

             Notes for SIDNEY ROSE BADGLEY:
             History : Submitted by M. Harris: Sidney left for Ohio in 1875 or later, after living in St. Catherine‟s. He became
             a prominent church architect in Cleveland, Ohio and lived in Wickliffe (now a suburb of Cleveland). In the 1900
             census Sidney and Charlotte had living with them Minnie E. Badgley born Nov.1870, and Charles Badgley born
             Feb.1873. Note: Sidney had a nephew named Charles Badgley who married Minnie E. Unstead but these
             dates do not correspond with his records (possibly errors in transcription

             Notes for ALVINA ADELIA CLARK:
             Alvina was born in Ernestown, the 3rd d/o John Murray Clark. She died in St. Catherine‟s of heart / lung disease
             at age 23. (Christian Guardian obits 1873-1880). She appeared as Alma in VS.

        vii. CHARLES CLARK BADGLEY (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8,
             1999.), b. 13 Sep 1851, Kingston, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May
             8, 1999.); d. 26 Dec 1887, St. Catherines, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of
             Import: May 8, 1999.); m. JANE AMELIA BALL MCINTYRE (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris,
             "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.), 23 May 1877, St. Catherines, Ont. (Source: Marilyn Kay (Badgley)
             Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); b. Abt. 1853, St. Catherines, Canada West (Source: Marilyn
             Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. 08 Dec 1946, St. Catherines, Ont. (Source:
             Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.).

             Notes for CHARLES CLARK BADGLEY:
             Children all born in St. Catherines, Ont.
             History : Charles' brother Sidney was a witness at his marriage in St. Catherines. In 1877 Charles was a
             Methodist, and a builder in St. Catherines. In 1883 he was a manufacturer, and at the time of his death, in 1887,
             he was a furniture dealer and merchant. He died at age 36 after suffering for 2 years with emphysema. Death
             record is VS # 009777/87 (AVW)

             Notes for JANE AMELIA BALL MCINTYRE:
             Jane was born in St. Catherines, the 11th child of Thomas McIntyre and Helen Kerr, who was the first white
             child born to a permanent settler in the Niagara Peninsula. Helen's mother was a Ball, said to be related to the
             mother of George Washington. Jane was widowed at 48 and remarried on 10 Dec.1901 to Thomas Alen Stuart,
             a widower.

       viii. ALFRED HENRY FAIRFIELD BADGLEY (Source: Jean Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.), b. 10 Sep 1853 (Source:
             Marilyn Kay (Badgley) Harris, "Electronic," Date of Import: May 8, 1999.); d. 15 Apr 1867 (Source: Jean
             Elizabeth (Meyers) Stather.).

             Notes for ALFRED HENRY FAIRFIELD BADGLEY:
             Died at 13 yrs 7 mo. He was probably born in St. Catherines


WILLIAM H BADGLEY: (Benjamin V.)
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib.; William H. Badgley, Genesee Co. , enlisted Co. I 10 Inf. 2 Jan 1862 at Flint, 3
years, age 45, mustered 6 Feb. 1862, discharged at Flint 19 Apr 1862.


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SEN, Aug 28, 1905 pgae7: William H. Badgley former resident of Saginaw County, MI., died of Cholera in Alabama, buried
Salem Cemetery

WILLIAM H BADGLEY:
1910 MI. Soundex; William H. Badgley, Berrien Count, Benton Harbor, married to Grace age 29 born Indiana, living with 9
non-relatives.

WILLIAM M BADGLEY:
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War service index, MI room, Flint Public Lib.; William M. Badgley, I. Co. 137 New York Inf., died 1912 Davison, MI.

WILLIAM NELSON BADGLEY: (William, Samuel)
Information compiled by Joan Parks of Belleville, Ontario; 1997
William Nelson Badgley born 1844
AVW: Could be the same as William above married to Elizabeth Presley

WILLIAM THIEL BADGLEY: (Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: William Thiel Badgley born 16/08/1913, son of Stephen Badgley and Roena Thiel, married
1939 in Flint, MI. Helen born 8 Oct. 1919 Mason Co., son Richard Philip born 15/11/1939, Flint, MI..

WILMA BADGLEY: (Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet written by Wilma Morris: Wilma Alice Badgley born 16/08/1913 Flint, MI., daughter of
Stephen E. Badgley and Roena A. Thiel, married 30/11/1929 Otisville, MI., Leonard Arthur Morris born 1908 Mt. Morris MI.
son of Arthur Samuel Morris and Lillian Jane Amos. Children Betty Jane born 16/12/1930 Flint, MI married 6/4/1948 Russell
Thiel; Keith L. born 19/6/1936 Mt. Morris, MI., married 4/6/1955 Margaret Rawlings; Stephen A. born 14/10/1946 Mt. Morris,
MI., married 5/6/1965 Donna Jean Coon
Aunt Wilma‟s Little Black book (once belonging to her father Stephen)
FAMILY DATA: Benjamin V. Badgley born 1, --- 1833 (father); Eunice M. Snyder born Feb 15, 1840 (mother); William H E
Badgley born March 22 1865 (brother); Stephen E. Badgley born May 20 1868 died Dec 14, 1936; Ella Beatrice Badgley
born Oct 9,. 1871 Died March 5 1944 (sister); Addie Badgley born Oct 15, 1879 (sister); Daniel S. Badgley born Nov 15,
1881 Died July 1955; Maggie May Badgley born April 16, 1883; Grace E. Badgley born Feb 25, 1885; Ben Franklin Badgley
born May 3, 1887; Bert Elsworth Badgley born Nov 1, 1888; Myrtle Manelva Badgley born July 8, 1893 died June 8, 1953;
Florence M. Badgley born Nov 18 -1897; Bert Elsworth Badgley Died April 2, 1948; Maggie May Badgley died April 23, 1946;
Eunice M. Badgley died March 20, 1880; William Badgley died Aug 24 - 1905; Benjamin V. Badgley died July 23 - 1916;
Stephen E. Badgley died Dec. 14 -1936; Ella B. Badgley died March 5 -1944
Harold Stephen Badgley born February 8 -1900; Gracie Caroline Badgley born September 27 - 1901; Bertha May Badgley
born March 13 -1906; Goldie Irene Badgley Born January 5, 1909 Died Sept 2 - 1910;
William Thiel Badgley and Wilma Alice Badgley born August 16, 1913; Gracie Caroline Badgley Died Jan 9, 1921; Bertha
May Badgley Died Jan 28, 1924; Stephen E. Badgley died Dec. 13, 1936
ADDRESSES: Mr. & Mrs. Basil Thiel (cousin) 8933 Ohio, Detroit 4, MI & 18461 Hayden, Redford, & 7568 J. Detroit. Mr. &
Mrs. Earl Goodrich 1429 Sheridan Ave. Saginaw, MI., Mr. & Mrs. Bob (Vi) White Cedar, MI. R#2 B #86, Mr. & Mrs. Bert &
Cora Badgley 405 Sophia St. Bay City MI. & 605 W. Jenny Bay City, MI., Mr. & Mrs. Ben Badgley 3520 Marvin St. Flint, MI.,
Mr. & Mrs. O. Kellogg (a Badgley daughter) Northport, MI., Tony Thiel 6480 Maple Ave. Grand Blanc, Dora Thiel 9151
Martindale, Detroit, MI., Mr. & Mrs. John Pringnitz 1850 Marlott Rd. Port Huron, Mr. & Mrs. Worgess 1450 DeCamp, Flint,
Mr. & Mrs. Wright 1021 Thompson, Mt. Morris, MI., Mrs. Charles Emery 1425 N. Grant Ave. Indianapolis, Ind. (Stephen‟s
sister Flossie); Tony Thiel 6480 Maple Ave. Grand Blanc, MI.
BIRTHDAY LIST: Lewis Austin: April 27; Vivian Kennedy Oct: Jim Kennedy Mar 17; James & Erwin Kennedy Oct 16: Aunt
Sue June 7; Aunt Lottie Sept 17; Flora Nugent Sept 9; Stephan Arthur Morris Oct 14; Sandra Ruby Sept 7/8; Buster Oakley
Mar 27, Salley Oakey Jan 7: Bonnie Bacus Nov 12; Stub Bacus Dec. 29; Elsie Bentley April 23; Leonard A. Morris Sept27;
Betty Jane Morris Dec. 16; Keith L Morris June 19; Wilma A. Morris Aug. 16; Harold S. Badgley Feb 8; Cleo I. Badgley Aug
3; Virginia M. Badgley Dec. 16; Beverly I Badgley March 31; Patricia A. Badgley Aug 7;



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HIKING TRIP: Sept 24-31; Sept. Chicago Bound; taken by Edie Len & Me; Left Lew at 8 o‟clock walked 1 mile then we got
a ride in a Ford than walked about ½ mile and got a ride in a Buick in to Owosso arrived there at 9:24, walked ½ mile and got
a ride in a Hudson left the Hudson at 9:50 and were still going strong.
9:51 were now riding in a Ford truck and Oh! How the wind whistles - were dropped off 1 mile east of Ovid. We walked 1
mile and were picked up in a Plymouth and were dropped 6 miles south of Ionia the time 11:05 and were walking.
Walked 3 miles and rode 2 into Ionia in a Buick and its 12:20 and were sitting on a curb eating out lunch. Here we are 1:15
sitting on a curb in Ionia about 2 miles further.
Here we are in a Ford its 2:45 we rode 2 miles west of Lowell and the guy give us a swell watermelon before we start out
again.
Have walked 1 mile and found a dandy straw stack so we laid down and to a snooze than we got up and walked into Lowell
2 miles further for something to eat. Got a bottle of catsup, hot dogs and buns and went to a Grandstand to eat and took
another snooze and at 9:30 we found our way back to the strawstack for the night. Woke up next morning with frost all
around us. We sat up and ate half frozen hot dogs for breakfast. Sun 25 -1931 Have decided to turn around and head
for home.
Walked 1 mile and got picked up in a Ford Coupe - kinda crowed but don‟t mind at all. Rode for 8 miles and dropped again.
Walked 10 miles in to Ionia and were sitting on a Church steps and Len has gone to see a bus to go home on. Left the
church steps and walked up to the (?) nunnery and sat under the trees and played cribbage.
Here we are on a bus homewards bound.
Have lift the bus now in Flint and have about 2 miles to walk yet. But what‟s 2 miles.
Mlive.com, death notices: Morris, Wilma A. - Of Mt. Morris, Michigan, age 91, died Saturday July 16, 2005 at home with her
loving family. Funeral service will be held 11 AM Wednesday, July 20, 2005 at Miles Martin Funeral Home in Mt. Morris,
Rev. Michael Gibson officiating. Burial in Flint Memorial Park. Survived by: daughter, Betty Thiel (Russell); son, Stephen
Morris (Donna); and daughter-in-law, Joni Morris; 10 grandchildren: 20 great-grandchildren and 13
great-great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard and son,
Keith. A special thank you to Genesis Hospice for their kind caring assistance.



Brandes Family Notes:

Henry Brandes:
Maker‟s of Fire – A Collection of Historical Sketch”      Henry Brandes came to America at the age of 17 years settling at
Strator, Illinois. His boat passage was paid by friends for whom he worked to repay the fare while attending school. He
married Magdalene Mille in 1875.        In the spring of 1877, he came to Iowa with his wife and infant son living in a covered
wagon until a house was built on 160 acres Henry had purchased in Pottawattamie County, Iowa, a vast wild prairie land.
Henry while plowing a field, with walking plow,m spotted a small wolrf pack. They paced the border of the field following
him eqach round – he at length – unhitched his team and rode one of the horses home.           Eight children were born to
Henry and Magdalene. Five sons acquired farmland in Hancock area of Pottawattamie County. Only survivor of the
family is Mrs. Hattie chapman of Huntington Beach, Calif.       Henry Brqandes was a staunch Republican; County Supervior
from 1896 to 1906 and State Representative 1906-1910. To attend a Republican Rally in Council Bluffs, he and his two
oldest sons, George and Walter, drove from Hancock to Council Bluffs with a team and buggy. They stayed overnight in
Council Bluffs. Early Sunday morning they drove back as far as Neola to attend church services (Presbyterian). To
combat winter time cold, the two boys would leave the buggy and run along beside it to keep warm.        Walter Brandes, born
1877, died 1975. He married Martha Busse who came to America at age 7. Marth‟s father, Carl Busse, was manager of a
brickyard in Magdeburg, Germany. He immigrated to America to jo9n the Busse families already here. He had hoped to
continue his work in an industrial field but the language barrier prevented. He came to Pottawattamie County to start
farming. It was many years before the standard of living enjoyed by his family in Germany was regained.            Walter
Brandes purchased a 120 acre farm in 1904. He was a born famer – loved the soil. He was very fond of black horses. At
one time he owned eleven black horses for field work and a driving team. He earned money and gained quite a reputation
for harness breaking young horses as a young man.

Courtemanche Family Notes;

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Victor Courtemanche:
The Flint Journal: Swartz Creek, MI., Victor Courtemanche age 66, died Saturday, Oct. 5, 1991 at Flint Osteopathic Hospital.
Funeral at Swartz Funeral Home, Burial at Sunset Hills cemetery. He was born in Standish, Mich. On March 6, 1925 and
had been a resident of Swartz Creek and Flint since 1927. Mr. Courtemanche served in the U.S. Navy during WWII, was a
member of Skilled Trades Local. He was employed at Fisher Body Coldwater for 35 years as an Electrician, retiring in
1980. Surviving are: wife Verna; brother Robert and wife Noreen of Grand Blanc, 2 sisters, Dorothy and husband Floyd
Lamphier of Flint, Gatra and Gino Molinari of Millington.

JOELLA CUMMINGS: (Enafay, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet complied by JoElla: Bern Johnson married on 24 Oct 1959 Joella Cummins born 5 Apr
1941 Goodrich, MI. to Lloyd Cummings and Enafay Badgley. Children are Anthony Vernon Johnson born 26 Aug 1960 Flint,
MI; married Apr 1983 Cathy; Todd Earl Johnson born 7 July 1962 Flint, MI, married 15 Sept 1983 Barbara; Corey David
Johnson born 6 Aug. 1967 Flint, MI. married Jeanne.

GWEN LAURIE CUMMINGS: (Enafay, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet compiled by JoElla: Richard Curried born 22/08/1934 son of Peter Currie and Dorothy Case
married Gwen Laurie Cummings born 10 March 1935 Goodrich MI. to Lloyd Cummings and Enafay Badgley: Children
Steven Ray born 01 Sept. 1954 Flint, MI. married Annette, Laurie Lee born 14 Feb 1958 Flint, MI., Stacey Leon born 21 May
1959 Flint, MI., Matthew Craig born 13 Oct. 1962 Flint, MI.

DENISE DERENGOWSKI: (Shirley, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet compile by Denise: Denise Derengowski born 1 June 1954 Flint to Richard Derengowski and
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Shirley Mae Badgley married William Dillon; Children William Francis 4 born 9 Sept 1979 Fling, Christina Marie born 27
Nov 1979 Flint, MI. Shawn Richard born 18 Feb. 1983 Flint.

JEFFREY DERENGOWSKI: (Shirley, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet compile by Jeff: Jeffery son of Richard Derengowski and Shirley Mae Badgley born 23 April
1963 Flint, MI.: son Matthew Ryan born 2 May 1989 Flint, MI.

LISA DERENGOWSKI: (Shirley, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet compile by Lisa: Douglas Tipton born 8 Oct 1961 Flint son of Hillard Tipton and Pauline
Barnes married 29 Nov 1980 Lisa Derengowski daughter of Richard Derengowski and Shirley Mae Badgley; children
Christopher born 26 November 1983 Flint, Stephanie born 16 April 1986 Flint, MI.

RICHARD DERENGOWSKI: (Shirley, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Richard son of Richard Derengowski and Shirley Mae Badgley; daughter Danielle (mother
Cheryl).

ROBERT DERENGOWSKI: (Shirley, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet, compiled by Robert: Robert, son of Richard Derengowski and Shirley Mae Badgley born 20
July 1959 Flint, children Trisha Ann Henry (mother - Leigh Ann Henry born 27/9/1991) born 6 Sept 1974 Flint; Melissa Rene
Thompson (mother Cherilyn Thompson born 22 Sept 1959, Flint) born 20 May 1986 Flint, MI.

TERRY DERENGOWSKI: (Shirley, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Terry Derengowski son of Richard Derengowski and Shirley Mae Badgley was born 1 Aug.
1952 Flint, MI. and married 24 July 1980 Flint, Ann Slattery born 26 Jan 1957 daughter of William Slattery and Jean Talbert.
Children Ryan Matthew born 25 Aug 1977 Flint; Nathan born 7 Sept 1979 Flint; Jeffrey born 24 Feb 1981 Flint; Timothy born
7 March 1983 Flint.

ALICE DONAHUE:
Second wife of Benjamin V. Badgley


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CLEO IRENE FERGUSON:
Cleo Irene Ferguson born 3 August1903, Port Huron, St. Clair Co. MI., daughter of Frederick L. Ferguson and Estella Irene
Swain. Wife of Harold Badgley. Died Traverse County MI. March 1990.

ANTHONY VERNON JOHNSON: (Joella Cummings, Enafay, Daniel, Benjamin V.) A.Brandes Family Group sheet
complied by JoElla: Anthony Vernon Johnson born 26 Aug 1960 Flint, MI. son of Vern Johnson and Joella Cummings,
married Cathy, son Matthew Anthony Johnson born 16/01/1988 Ft. Worth, Texas.

COREY DAVID JOHNSON: Joella Cummings, Enafay, Daniel, Benjamin V.) A.Brandes Family Group sheet complied by
JoElla: Corey David Johnson born 6 Aug 1967 Flint, MI. to Vern Johnson and Joella Cummings, married Jeanne born 01
Nov 1966, children Katie Elizabeth born 16 Aug. 1987 Flint, MI and Zachary Michael born 12 Apr 1989 Lawton, Okla.

TODD EARL JOHNSON: (Joella, Enafay, Daniel, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet complied by JoElla: Todd Earl Johnson born 7 July 1962 Flint, MI. son of Vern Johnson and
Joella Cummings married 15 Sept 1983, son Kyle Vernon born 02/11/1984 Ft. Worth, Texas.

DONNA JANE MORRIS: (Keith, Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Jack Long born 7 June 1955 Flint, MI., son of Edward B. Long and Mary L. Bonna, married
17 Sept 1977 Donna Jane Morris born 21 Dec 1957 Flint, MI. daughter of Keith Morris and Joanie Rawlings.

JANET ANN MORRIS: Keith Morris, Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Charles Harrold born 23 July 1953 Hawaii (Oahu) son of Charles Harrold and Nancy
Tamaka married 15 Dec 1981 in Las Vegas, NV. Janet Ann Morris born 7 Aug 1959 Flint MI., daughter of Keith Morris and
Joanie Rawlings.

LYNNE MARIE MORRIS: (Keith Morris, Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Joel M. LaFreniere born 11 June 1954 Flint, MI. son of Rene‟ P. LaFreniere and Eileen
Burbank married 10 20 Jan 1973 Lynne Marie Morris born 10 July 1956 Flint, MI., daughter of Keith Morris and Joannie
Rawlings; children Joel Michael LaFreniere II, born 11 June 1973; David Lee LaFreniere born 11 Feb 1977; Stephen James
LaFreniere born 19 Oct. 1983.

STEPHEN ARTHUR MORRIS: Keith Morris, Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Stephen Arthur Morris born 14 Oct. 1946 Mt. Morris MI., son of Leonard Arthur Morris and
Wilma Alice Badgley married Donna Jean Coon born 7 Jan 1946 Flint, MI.; son Kenneth Michael Morris born 2 May 1967
married Toni Piccard.

DEBORRAH KAY THIEL:(Betty, Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Michael Sinchak born 6 Jan 1947 Regansburg, Germany son of Samuel Sinchak and
Yvonne Baldwin married Deborah Kay Thiel born 10 Nov 1950 Flint, MI. daughter of Russell Thiel and Betty Morris; children
Erika Lynn born 11 March 1979 Caro, MI. & Nikki Danielle born 10 Oct. 1982 Caro, MI.

JILL LYNNE THIEL: (Betty Morris,Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet compiled by Jill: Dale Wayne Hascall born 9 June 1954 Saginaw MI. to Wayne Hascall and
Joanne Bremer married Jill Lynne Thiel born 22 May 1957 Flint, MI. daughter of Russell Vernon Thiel and Betty Jane Morris:
children: Robert Wayne born 15 July 1986 Cass City, MI.; Jared Michael born 6 Sept 1978 Lapeer, MI.,; Rebecca Jane born
18 Dec. 1982 Cass City, MI.

LEONARD VERNON THIEL: (Betty Morris, Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Leonard Vernon Thiel born 2 Nov 1960 Flint, MI. son of Russell Thiel and Betty Morris
married Raelynn Luscomb born 6 Sept 1960 Mt. Clemens MI., mother Marion Garner; children Angela Marie born 2 Sept
1984 Rochester, MI., Adam Michael born 14 Feb 1987 Pontiac, MI.


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PAMELA LOUISE THIEL: (Betty Jane Morris, Wilma, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Pamela Louise Thiel born 29 March 1949 Flint, MI., daughter of Russell Vernon Thiel and
Betty Jane Morris, married 3 Jan 1977 Russell Radke; children Tamra Ann born 19 Aug 1969 Delaware; Rachel Alice born
31 Aug 1972 Flint, MI.; Russell Edward born 24 Dec. 1976 Saginaw, MI.

MICHAEL ALLEN WRIGHT:(Patricia, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet compile by Mike: Michael Allen born 2 July 1945 Flint, MI. son of William Wright and Patricia
Ann Badgley, married Patty Jo; children Michael born 20 May 1965 Flint, MI., Matthew born 23 June 1969 Phoenix, Az.

PATRICK WILLIAM WRIGHT(Patricia, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: Patrick William Wright son of William Wright and Patricia Badgley was born 3 March 1953
Flint, married (1) Shirlene Alexander (daughter of Glen Alexander and Shirley Oliver), son Mark born 8 May 1973 Flint, MI.;
married (2) Karen Sue Meyer (daughter of Dean and Joyce Woods) on 9 August 1980 Davison, MI., children: Kelly born 25
March 1982 Fling, and Cassie born 18 May 1984.

CYNTHIA WRIGHT: (Patricia, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet: David Scott born 23 Aug 1948 Flint, MI. son of Vernon Scott and Ina Proper married Cynthia
Wright born 6 Jan 1972 daughter of William Wright and Patricia Badgley, children: Jennifer born 14 Sept 1972 Phoenix,
Arizona, Bryan born 2 June 1977 Traverse City, MI., Rebecca born 13 Oct 1983 Traverse City, MI.

ANNETTE IRENE WORGESS (Beverly, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V)
Annette Irene Worgess born 23 Nov. 1946 Flint MI. daughter of Leo Worgess and Beverly Badgley. Married Wm. G. Davis,
son of Geo. Davis and Anne Holicki 15 Jan 1965 Flint, MI. Children, Darren Wm. Born 23 Sept 1965 Flint, MI., Bradley Scott
born 11 Feb. 1969 Flint, MI.. Divorced July 13, 1998. Married second, 12 Feb 2000, Daniel James Brandes born 15 Jan
1946, son of Stanley Brandes and LaVada Cobbs of Swartz Creek, MI.

BARBARA LYNN WORGESS (Beverly, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V)
Barbara Lynn Worgess born 27 March 1956 daughter of Leo Worgess and Beverly Badgley. Graduated from Central
Michigan University.

DAWN MARIE WORGESS (Beverly, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet compiled by Dawn: Dawn Marie born 27 May 1954, Flint, MI., daughter of Leo Dorton
Worgess and Beverly Irene Badgley, married (1) Timothy Courtemanche son of Robert Courtemanche and Noreen, on 27
Feb 1953 Flint; children Anthony Michael Courtemanche born 11 Apr 1974 Flint, MI., Brian William Courtemanche born 2
Dec 1977 Flint. Dawn married (2) Thomas Keith of Byron, MI.

SUSAN MAY WORGESS: (Beverly, Harold, Stephen, Benjamin V.)
A.Brandes Family Group sheet compiled by Susan: Susan May born 19 March 1951 Flint, MI to Leo Dorton Worgess and
Beverly Irene Badgley, married (1) Larry Turnbow, children Scott Douglas Turnbow born 18 May 1974 Flint, MI., Joann Irene
Turnbow born 18 May 1974 Flint, MI.. Married (2) Gerald Hatrick born 1 May 1944 Kalamazoo, MI., son of John Hatrak and
Vivian Miller, children Vivian Elizabeth Hatrick born 4 Nov. 1984 Flint, MI.




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Barton Facts Sheet:


Leah Leota Barton: Br.1878 (Charles F., Robert, Taylor, John Taylor,)
MARRIAGE LICENSE: OGEMAW CO. MI. Henry Anton Brandes Married Leah Barton, on 3 Nov. 1900. Leah, age 22,
born Illinois, is the daughter of C.F. Barton and Lizzie Muntz.
Leah Leota Brandes died 14 March 1976 Flint, Michigan, buried 17 March 1976 Old Calvary Cem. Flint, Michigan.

Charles Franklin Barton: Br. 1858 (Robert, Taylor, John Taylor,)
ANCESTRY 1880 FED. CENSUS RECORD: Frank Barton, Bruce twp. LaSalle Co., Ill., age 22 born abt 1858 in Indiana,
father Robert br. Indiana, mother Ann br. IN., Coal Miner. Also listed are: Robert Barton age 55, Ann age 45, Alfred age 17,
Elizabeth age 14, Henry age 12.
IGI INDIVIDUAL RECORD: Charles F. Barton, born Wells, Indiana, father Robt. Barton, mother Nancy E., marriage Lillie E.
Muntz on 19 Dec 1880 Streator, LaSalle, Illinois.
STRETOR CITY DIRECTORY: H. rear s. s. Twelfth 2 w of Bloomington: Charles L. Barton, miner, Frank (Lillian) Barton
miner, & Nettie M. Barton,.
1910 CENSUS: MICHIGAN, OGEMAW CO. WEST BRANCH: Barton, Charles F. age 52, married 29 years, br. Indiana
father & mother born Kentucky, wife Lillie age 46 br. Ill., dg. Leah age 21, dg. Ruth age 18, son Ralph age 16, son Walter age
14, all br. Illinois.
*Note: There may have been an older son per Family Group Record: Charles F. Barton born Streator, Illinois married
Jeannie Jamieson on 24 Dec 1903 LaSalle, Illinois and the grooms parents are listed as Chas F. Barton and Lillie Munce.
IGI RECORD: Charles F. Barton, born Wells, Indiana, father Robert Barton, mother Nancy E. married Lillie E. Muntz on 19
Dec. 1880 Streator, La Salle, Illinois.

Robert Barton: Br.1825 (Taylor, John Taylor)
1850 CENSUS, Indiana, Randolph Co. Indiana: Taylor Barton, age 45, Blacksmith, br. KY., wife Elizabeth age 40 br. KY,
son James age 19 br. KY., son John age 18 br. KY, dg. Elizabeth age 11 br. KY, dg. Emily age 9 br. KY, dg. Luvena age 5
br. KY., dg. Ann A. age 3 br. KY, son Robert age 25 farmer br. KY.

1860 CENSUS, Indiana, Wells co. , Harrison twp.: Dwelling #190: Taylor Barton age 55, farmer br. Kentucky, wife
Elizabeth age 48, br. Kentucky, dg. Cynthia age 15 br. KY., dg. Ann A. age 12 br. KY, son George N. age 9 br, IN.
Previous Household: Dwelling #189: James W. Barton age 29 br. KY, wife Hannah age 25 br. Ohio, son Taylor W. age 2 br.
IN., dg. Lucinda E. age 8/12 br. IN.
Household following Taylor Barton: #191 is; John Barton age 23 br. KY. wife Sarah A age 19(?), John W. age 8, Elizabeth A.
11/12.
Next Dwelling #192 ROBERT BARTON age 35, farmer, br. KY, wife Nancy A. age 25 br. Ohio, dg. Melinda age 8 br. IN., son
Charles F. age 2 br. IN.
Next Dwelling: #193; Washington Barton age 24 br. KY, wife Elizabeth E age 20 br. KY, dgs. Cynthia A. age 3 br. IN., and
Emily I. 4/12 br. IN.

The Robert Barton above seems not to follow in the parental line, as I had placed him. Looks like he may be the
brother of the following Taylor Barton, and son of John Taylor Barton.
Taylor Barton: Br. 1805 (John Taylor)
1830 CENSUS, KY., Pendleton Co.: Barton, Taylor, 1 male under 5 yrs - (possibly Robert) 1 male between 20 & 29 yrs
(should be Taylor), 1 male between 60 & 69, 1 female under 5 yrs., 2 females age 10 to 14, 1 female age 15 to 19,1 female
age 40 to 49.
1860 CENSUS, Indiana, Wells co. , Harrison twp.: Dwelling #190:Taylor Barton age 55, farmer br. Kentucky, wife
Elizabeth age 48, br. Kentucky, dg. Cynthia age 15 br. KY., dg. Ann A. age 12 br. KY, son George N. age 9 br, IN.
Note: info copied from Robert Barton

John Taylor Barton: Br. 1771 Pendleton Co. KY.


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ROOTS WEB; Mary Robert: John Taylor Barton br. 1771 Pendleton Co., KY, died 10 Feb 1831 Kenton, Pendleton Co.
KY, married Agatha Agnes Lake born 2 June 1775 Fauquier Co. married 6 Mar 1792 Fauquier Co. VA. (as listed on roots
web. Com/Va/Fauquier/vitals/marriages).: Children; George 1801, James 1798, Elizabeth 1800, ROSWELL 1806,
TAYLOR 1805, WILLIAM 1807, Thomas 1808, Mary 1811, Nelson 1811, Susan 1818.
Note: Roswell, Taylor and William all settle in in Pendleton Co… Listed on Delinquent Tax List are : 1802 James Barton -
removed to Mason Co. 1810 Taylor Barton removed to Campbell Co. and 1810 Roswell Barton removed to the State of
Ohio.
1800 Pendleton Co Heads of Household also list James Barton, and Roswell Barton.

John Taylor Barton: Br. 1770 Culpepper Co. VA. (James)
ROOTSWEB.COM Terry Olson: Taylor Barton br. 1770 Culpepper Co. VA., died 10 Feb 1831 Kenton Co. KY. Buried
Shortcreek, Pendleton Co. KY., father James Barton br. Abt. 1792 Pendleton KY, mother Juriah Clements br. Abt. 1796
Pendleton KY.,. Taylor Barton married three times: The following is the names listed in T. Olson‟s research from the Family
History Library:

       st                         nd                                rd
  (1 ) Mary Brownfield         (2 ) Sally Ackman, 1818            (3 ) Polly Barkshear, 1821
          1811
   Nancy b: 1822/1824
   Amanda b. 1823/24
    Robert b. 1825/27
     Eleanor b. 1828
 John (Rish) b. abt. 1831




ROOTSWEB.COM: diadems.@yahoo.com: Taylor Barton b. 1770 Culpepper VA., died 10 Feb 1831 Livingston KY., buried
Cold Springs, Kenton, KY.
Married (1) Agnes “Betsy” Leake (2) Sally Ackman (3) Polly Brownfield Barks
Eleven children listed:
1)      James Barton           b. 1798
2)      George Barton b. 1801
3)      Taylor Barton          b. 1805         KY.
4)      William Barton         b. abt 1807
5)      Thomas Barton b. abt 1809
6)      Polly Barton           b. abt 1811
7)      Sarah Barton           b. unknown
8)      Nelson B. Barton       b. 1811         OH.
9)      Roswell Barton b. unknown
10)     Betsy Barton           b. abt. 1800
11)     Susan Barton           b. unknown

BARTON DATABASE: #I1366: John Taylor Barton 1770 - 1846, br. Culpepper, VA. Died 1831/1846 Kenton, KY, buried
Short Creek, Pendleton, KY Married

  st
(1 ) Betsy Lake
James Barton      b. 1798
Roswell Barton b. 1803
Taylor Barton b 1805
Nelson B. Barton b 1812

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Sarah Barton
Thomas Barton
Polly Mary Barton
William Barton
George Barton
Betsy Barton
Susan Barton

ROOTWEB.COM; Mary Downing Mahan:
John Taylor Barton born, 1773, Fauquier, VA., died 10 Feb. 1831 Livingston, KY,
James Barton br. 1750 New Britain, Bucks, PA.
Thomas Barton b. 1710 PA, M. 6 Nov 1737 Bucks, PA,, Died 16 Nov 1784 Bucks, PA.
Joseph Barton b. 1680, PA Died Nov 1711 Philadelphia, Pa.

James Barton:
ROOTSWEB.COM Lisa Jackson- Jimenez: James Barton born bef. 1755 Bucks Co. VA., died bet. 1831 and 1846
Pendelton Co. KY.
ROOTSWEB.COM: Donald Maxwell; John Taylor Barton br. Abt 1773 d. 10 Feb 1831, father James Barton br. 1750 died aft
1799 married to Juriah Clements,. James „ father - Thomas Barton, mother Mary Kimber. Thomas parents were
Thomas Barton and Mary Willoughby.

Lineage not conclusive from James to Thomas:

Thomas Barton: (Joseph)
ROOTSWEB.COM, Melissa Cryer: “Tuttle & Cryer families” Thomas Barton, born 1710 Cecil Maryland, died 16 Nov 1784,
father Joseph Barton b. 1672 England, mother Elizabeth Griffith, married Mary Kimber 6 Nov. 1737 Bucks Co. PA., Children
                Levi Barton
                Eli Barton
                Elizabeth Barton
                Deborah Barton
                Bethany Barton
                Joseph Barton b. 1740 Bucks Co. PA.
                John Barton b. 1742 Bucks Co. PA.
                Sarah Barton b. 1745 Bucks Co. PA.
                James Barton b 1746 Bucks Co. Virginia
                Kimber Barton b 26 Nov 1746 Bucks Co. PA


Joseph Barton:
ROOTSWEB.COM, Melissa Cryer: “Tuttle & Cryer families” Joseph Barton born 1672 England, died abt. 1700 Moreland
twp PA., married Elizabeth Griffith 1688-1699; Children: Joe Barton
                Benjamin Barton
                Hannah Barton
                Mary Barton
                Susannah Barton
                Ann Barton
                Amy Barton
                Thomas Barton, born 1710 Cecil, Maryland.
Alfred Barton:
Source Unknown: Barton, Alfred married Ella Gudgell on 8 March 1884, LaSalle Co. ILL.

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Robert Barton:
1880 U.S. Census: Bruce, LaSalle, Illinois; Robert Barton age 55 born IN., Teamster parents born Indiana, wife Ann Barton
age 45 born IN., (died 18 June 1922, LaSalle). Son Frank age 22 born IN., coal miner, son Alfred age 17 born IN., coal
miner, dg. Elizabeth Barton age 14 born IL. And son Henry age 12 born IL.
Illinois Death Index, 1916 – 1950: Barton, Robert, male white, died 4/19/1924 LaSalle, Ill.

Ruth Barton:
Source unknown: Barton, Ruth K. died 30 June 1947, Cook Col., ILL.

EXTRA NOTES:
1860 Census, Kentucky, Casey Co. District #1; Dwelling 806; Sarah Sharp age 38, son John age 20, son James age 18, and
father John Barton age 89.
Next dwelling $807 Walker M. Barton age 30 wife Polly age 28 and sons John age 6 James age 4.

1920 Census Indiana, Montgomery Co., Coal Creek twp. Irvin, Fannie C. age 54 born Indiana, head of house, son Hubert
age 20 br. Indiana, and her father Robert T. Barton, age 90 born Kentucky.

The First 200 Years of Pendleton Co. by Mildred Bowen Belew. Barton‟s settled in Unity or Jag. Flour Creek settled by
Taylor‟s, and Barton‟s.

Pendleton Co Tax List 1807:Barton, Roswell - no acreage; Barton, James - no acreage, Barton, John - no acreage, Barton,
Taylor - 42 ½ acres, Grassy Creek.

Pendleton Co. Delinquent Tax 1820; Barton, John remarks - to Indiana.

Pendleton County Bad Boys: March Term 1808: Taylor Barton, for assault and battery.




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BAUDER FAMILY Notes:


Bauder family researcher‟s information included herein:
Joan Clark 4600 Britton, Perry, MI. 48872:
Dolores E. Bauder 1351 Almond St. Orange City, Fl. 32763

Aaron Bauder:
1900 MI. Soundex: Aaron Bauder born New York Sept 1868 age 30 lives in Kalamazoo, on Lincoln Ave., with wife Fannie
born Oct. 1874 age 25 born Tennessee, mother Sybil born Dec. 1836 age 63 born in New York.

Abigail Bauder:
The Clare Sentinel: 4/20/1900; Mrs. Abigail Bauder, aged eighty seven years, died at the home of her son; Robert, near
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Leaton on the 16 inst. She was the mother of Wm. And David Bauder of this place. The funeral sermon was preached at
the MN.E. church in Leaton and the remains were interred in the cemetery southwest of Rosebush.

Alice Bauder:
Flint Journal Obit: Bauder, Alice P. age 83, died Monday, Sept. 8, 1986 At Flint Osteopathic Hospital. Funeral Mass Wed.
at St John Catholic Church, Small Chapel, Rev. Fr. David Harvey, Celebrant. Burial at St. Augustine Cemetery, Deerfield
Twp. Mrs. Bauder was born in Deerfield Twp. MI. July 15, 1903 the daughter of Thomas McKeon and Carrie Bennett. She
had resided in the Fenton area for many years. She married Ross K. Bauder, Dec. 26, 1936. She was a member of St.
John Catholic Church and St. John Catholic Guild. She was a graduate of Central Michigan University and had taught at
the Lake Fenton Schools System and the Detroit Schools System. Surviving are: husband Ross; son, Stuart and wife
Debra Bauder; grand daughter, Lauren Elizabeth Bauder. Bowles Funeral Home.

Allen Emery Bauder:
Clare Co. Death Index: 2/9/1985 Allen Emery Bauder #28

Allen Eric Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1969 Bk. #15Allen Eric Bauder to Sharon Lee Larson

Beatrice M. Bauder:
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Flint Journal: Beatrice M. Bauder of Flint was honored at a surprise party to celebrate her 90 birthday. The former
Beatrice Huntley was born March 17, 1904 in Mt. Morris. She married Donald R. Gray in 1922. He died in 1965. She
married William Bauder a self-employed carpenter in 1972. He died in 1979. She was employed by Marvel Carburetor.
Bauder enjoys baseball and playing cards. She has tow children, Dr. Donald Gray of Kalamazoo and Marilyn D. Chaulk of
Flint. There are 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren
Flint Journal Obit: Bauder, Beatrice M. (Gray) Of Flint, age 91 died Thursday, April 27, 1995 at McLaren Hospital. Burial in
Flint Memorial Park.

Bettie E. Bauder:
1900 MI Soundex; Bettie E. Bauder, white, born April 1834 age 66, born in New York, living in Osceola Co., Osceola twp.
Evert, with William R. Mopes - relationship sister-in-law.

Bertha A. Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Freeman, George S. 1884 - 1931, Bertha A. Bauder his wife, 1885 - 1965, Mabel G. Freeman, 1913 - 1937

Bertha Nola Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1956 Bk. #43, 3-96; Bertha Nola Bauder to Robert Kennedy.

Blanche Bauder:
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1900 MI. Soundex: Blanche Bauder, white, born April 1877/78 age 22, born Canada, living in Saginaw, MI. on Jefferson St.,
working as a domestic for Justine Whittier.

Bonnie Rae Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1969 Bk #107, Bonnie Rae Bauder to James P. Walter.

Callie Bauder:
1910 MI. Soundex: Callie Bauder, Ottawa Co., Grand Haven           0156 0017,

Cecil Newton Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, Cecil Newton, 1907 - 1974, Ella May Goodberry, his wife, 1919

Clarence Bader:
1910 MI. Soundex: Clarence Bader, Clare Co 0032 0105, Head o house, white, age 35, born MI., Lota, wife age 35 born
MI, Burt, son age 4, Wilson age 1, and Fred Bader, brother age 31 born MI.

Clarissa Bauder:
Michigan Certificate of Death: County of Saginaw, Village of Merrill; Clarissa Bauder (residing in Alma for 10 years), female,
white, widow, husband William J. Bauder, her date of birth Aug 11, 1850, age at death 83 years 5 months 22 days,
Housewife, born Canada, father James Cooper born England, and mother Jane Emory born Canada. Informant Mrs. C. E.
Trahan of Merrill, burial Cherry Grove , Clare, 2/5/1934. Date of death 2/3/1934, cause Coronary Thrombosis. Certified
copy of death from the state of MI. list her name as Clarissa Beander.
Newspaper Obit: The remains of Mrs. Wm. Bauder were laid to rest in Cherry Grove, Monday afternoon, the body being
brought here from Merrill, where services were held prior to leaving the home. Rev. Hastey, of Merrill, officiating. Six
nephews from this community acted as pallbearers. Mrs. Bauder was born in Queensbury, Canada in 1850 and was
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married to Wm. Bauder August 7 1866, and they came to Michigan in 1880. She was a resident of Clare for many years
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and for the past fourteen years has lived with her daughter, Mrs. C.E. Trahan, of Merrill. Mr. Bauder passed away June 19
1924. Six children survive, namely, Mrs. C.E. Trahan of Merrill: Mrs. Fred Alfreds, of Middlefield, Ohio; Mrs. Walter
Presley, Clare; John Bauder, Midland; Howard, of Alma; and Elzie of Grand Rapids.

David J. Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, David J. 1882 - 1955, Grace M. Wheeler, his wife 1-80 - 19--.

Delores Bauder:
Letter received from Delores Bauder 9 Feb 1989: My husband, Tom, is the son of Joseph Otto Bauder. Joe‟s grandfather,
William John Bauder, and Russell Bauder‟s (of Freeland, MI) grandfather were brothers, both sons of John Bauder. Tom‟s
parents, Joe and Doris Bauder, winter in Ocala and were here last Monday. He copied your name and address and is
planning on writing to you and wants you to come to Freeland to see him when they get home this Spring. He is very
interested in the family history and has been a great help to me. He was very surprised that Nathan Edson Bauder had any
children. John and Abigail Bauder of Elzevir Township, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada were very special people.
Abigail‟s g.grandfather, David Embury was one of four brothers who came to New York circa 1760. Their father, Andreas
Imberger was a German refugee from the Palatinate. He was in London circa 1709, when the group he was with were sent
to Ireland where they lived in a German community among the Irish. It was while in Ireland that the four brothers and
possibly a sister and definitely a female cousin, were converted and received Jesus Christ as personal savior under the
preaching of John Wesley. When the family (along with several other people from the German-Irish community) emigrated
to New York, one of the brothers, Philip, became the first Methodist preacher in America. The four brothers then worked
together to build the John Street Methodist Church in New York City - which is still in operation, although there have been
several building programs since that time and the original building has long since disappeared. They later took out land
grants upstate near the Vermont border and when the Revolutionary War broke out, most of the family that were still living
(Philip had died by then) remained loyal to the Crown and went to Canada where they were given land in the Hay Bay area
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near Kingston. I assume this is where Abigail was born, however have not been able to produce a birth record or marriage
record for her as yet. I do have a copy of Embury Family History and Partial Genealogy by Edith Berry Embury, of
Farmington, MI. written in 1963. On page 67 she lists Abbie Embury, daughter of Philip Embury, and married to John Border.
Their children that she lists are: David, Robert, Allen and Seymour Border. The author evidently had a Bauder contact that
gave her this information or else an Embury that vaguely tried to recollect the information. I have not been able to produce
any information on Seymour at all, but have found the others in various public and private records. John Bauder/Border
was the first song leader in the Methodist Church in Queensborough, Elzevir Twp, Hastings, Ont. Can.. This is our John.
We have been to Queensborough twice and have found the Border Pond where John evidently had a mill at one time. And
the name was pronounced Border even though it was spelled Bauder. Talk about confusion. John and Abbie‟s oldest
son was named Philip Henry - everyone kept telling me it was Philip Harold because Joe has a brother named that - but lo
and behold, I found a deed showing his complete name and it was Philip Henry! This is significant and is very important
circumstantial evidence to tie John to the German Bauder - he disappears completely from records so assume he died
leaving a widow and two or three young children. We did find a grave of a child of his in Cooperstown, northwest of
Queensborough. His name is important because I personally believe he was named for both of his grandfathers. Abigail‟s
father was Philip Embury and I am sure that John‟s father was Henry. Henry is listed in Peg Neilson‟s book as being
married to Dorothea Appel/Appley. His known children are also listed and John is missing from the list. However, from
comparing census records of New York State, I found one that could very possibly be Henry in Lewis County with two extra
children listed, a male and a female, that would fit into a gap in the list in Peg‟s book. Henry did have at least one child born
in Lewis Co., New York, per the death record of that child in the possession of his descendents. The later census records
All indicate that John was born in New York State around 1806 - fits perfectly with my findings. The, lastly, John and
Abbie‟s youngest daughter was named Dorothea - just a coincidence or was she named after her paternal grandmother? I
just recently found that Henry had another wife and family that show up on later census records near Kingston, Ontario.
This Henry‟s birth date matches perfectly the birth date Peg lists in her book for Henry, and she states frankly that this
branch of the family disappeared and she could not find a trace of them. So I surmise that Dorothea died, either in New
York or in Canada, Henry remarried and had two more sons (by the way, I also have discovered the marriage record of
Henry‟s son, Henry, in Kingson). If indeed my assumptions can be proven and I am certain that eventually I will come up
with the proof, the story about John being a twin and born on board ship coming over from Germany is just that - a story!
Meantime, I keep digging. It takes a lot of time and a lot of money and I have been at it for about five years on the Bauder
line, but every once in awhile I hit pay dirt and find some new information.         We have located Abigail‟s‟ grave - in the
Rosebush cemetery in Isabella County. Her stone says Border but she is buried in the Bauder plot. She died in 1900,
before cemetery records and plats were recorded, but we have a sneaking suspicion that John may also be buried there.
John probably died between 1889 and 1905. Abigail was living with her son in Leaton, Isabella Co., when she died, so
probably he pre-deceased her. I can‟t imagine why there‟s no stone for him, too. We did find the base of a broken stone,
similar to Abbie‟s in the same plot and wonder if it could be his.       Clarissa Cooper Bauder died in Saginaw Co., and I had
a terrible time finding her death record. I knew the date of her death because Joe remembered it and was at the funeral. I
finally went to the Clerk‟s office myself one time when we were in Michigan and insisted that it had to be recorded there. Of
course they would not let me look at the books but when I didn‟t give up they finally read a name to me of a person by the
name of Clarissa Beander that died the same day, same place! I have tried to get the records changed, but had to have
three pieces of evidence, which could be the cemetery record, obituary notice and undertaker‟s record. We went to the
cemetery and Joe took us right to the grave, but the only markers was one that said Bauder and one with Nathan Edson
Bauder. The sexton said his plat map didn‟t show who or how many were buried there and the City Clerk‟s office said
records had been destroyed in a fire! Went back to the cemetery and the sexton “probed” the gravesites - actually “witched”
them and discovered there were two bodies buried there - William John Bauder and Clarissa Cooper Bauder. Since that
time several of the family descendents pooled their resources and purchased gravestones for William and Clarissa. We
also found the required newspaper obituary and I did come into possession of a “working” copy of the death certificate which
the state sent to Clare with the information that Clarissa Beander was buried in Cherry Grove Cemetery. Eventually when
I get the extra $20 or so needed, I will have the state record changed to Bauder so future genealogy “nuts” won‟t have the
hassle I had!       Personal info: We have five children - Kevin, a Baptist minister in Iowa; Martha in medical college in
Milwaukee; Ruth a Baptist minister‟s wife and nurse in Springfield, Mass. (she does my New England research for me - and
has discovered that I am descended from three different Mayflower passengers through my mother‟s ancestors); Steve, an
Educational TV broadcast engineer for the state of Wisconsin; and Beth, married to an Airman and in the Philippines
currently.
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Edith Bauders:
Flint Journal, Obit: Bauders, Edith - age 71, died Feb. 5, 1988 at Flint Osteopathic Hospital. Mrs. Bauders was born in
Calumet, MI. April 2, 1916, daughter of John and Edith Langdon. Mrs. Bauders lived in Flint most of her life. She married
Joseph Bauders in Flint, August 5, 1939. She is a member of the Teamsters Retiree Club Local No. 322 Chapter #7, Flint.
Surviving are: 4 daughters and son-in-laws: Linda and Ron Johnson of flint, Joann and Ken Carpenter of Flushing, Phyllis
and Mel Hammond of Lowe4ll, Peggy and Jim McGee of Clio, 14 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren; 5 brothers; John
Langdon of Flint, Henry Landon of Flint, Douglas Langdon of Farwell, Stanley Langdon of Clio, Charles Langdon of Clio; 1
sister; Dorothy White of Beaverton. Very dear friend Charlie Hatch. Several nieces, Nephews and many friends. She
preceded in death by husband Joseph in 1978. Brown Funeral Home

Esther Beatrice Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; Bk. #11, 2-130; 1912 Esther Beatrice Bauder to Walter Eugene Presley.
26 March 1912 Esther Beatrice Bauder age 20 born Clare MI., father William James Bauder, mother Clarissa J. Cooper,
married Walter Eugene Presley age 27, father Joel P., mother Julia Martha Hudson.

Ethel Bauders:
Marriage, Genesee Co, MI.: 5 Jan 1923; Bauders, Ethel of Flint, MI., father William Bauder, mother Minnie Shirley. Married
by a Presbyterian minister.

Eugene John Oscar Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Eugene John Oscar Bauder; Aug 29, 1952

Frank Bauder:
1900 MI. Soundex: Frank Bauder, white, born Sept 1858 in Germany age 41 living in Jackson MI. on S. Pleasant with wife ?
Amilia, born July 1861 in MI., age 38, daughter Lizzie born March 1881 age 19, born MI., son Franklin born May 1888 age
12.

Frank Bauder:
1900 MI. Soundex: Frank Bauder, white born 1862 age 38 born ion New York, living in Osceola Co. Hersey twp. With
Charles Sawleth as a gardener.

Frederick Bauder:
1900 MI. Soundex: Frederick Bauder, white, born Canada May 1878 age 22, speaks English, living in Kalkaska twp. 25
north range 6-West, with Douglas George partner.

George Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, George, 1853 - 1917, Ada 1878 - 1894

Hazel Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI;Bk#36, 3-10 Hazel Bauder to Howard Barlow.

Henry Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers; Henry Bauder born 29 March 1771, died 6 Nov 1849, married Mary (maiden name unknown) who was
born 1773 and died 10 Oct 1868. Two sons born to this marriage, Jno. Nelson Bauder and Ira Bauder. Jno. Nelson
Bauder, born circa 1824, died 9 Dec. 1909, married Lottie Burley Peters, born 1824 died 1910. Their children were George,
John, Samuel, Richard and one unnamed but “worked at Abrams Hotel”. John had a son, Max. Samuel, married Etta,
daughter of Ben ? Davy and a son Wilfred. Notes on Richard are illegible. Ira Bauder born 8 Nov 1817, married (1)
Dianna Smithe and (2) Mrs. Catharine Ashman. Ira and Dianna had the following children: Jno. Nelson, Graham, Ida and
unnamed daughter who married Bert Page. Rest of notes illegible. All the notes were written 3 May 1950 and at the
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bottom of the section, H.C, Burleigh has written “I have a note that the Bauders lived in Kingston Twp, near Minvale, before
going to Portland Twp.
From same hand-written notes; Directory, 1904:
        Portland Twp., Frontenac co.
        Bauder, George       Verona      t         Con 13 Lot 2
        Bauder, Graham           “       f         Con 10 Lot 10
        Bauder, Henry “          f       Con 13 Lot 3
        Bauder, Ira              “       f         Con 10 Lot 10
        Bauder, John             “       t         Con 11 Lot 9
        Bauder, Nelson “         f       Con 13 Lot 4
The Incorp. Synod of the Diocese of Ontario (Archive Assistant): Henry Bauder married Wealthy Long, July 30, 1821, in
2-K-3, which is St.Georg‟s Cathedral.

Howard Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1911 Bk#47 2-128; Howard Bauder to Edna Mae Smith.
6 Oct. 1911, Clare MI. Howard Bauder age 21, white, of Clare, MI., born Clare Co. MI., laborer, father Wm. Bauder, mother
Clarissa Cooper, first marriage, to Edna age 20, white, born Capac, MI., father William Smith, mother Etta Cooley.

Ira N. Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, Ira N., Aug. 25, 1869 - March 22, 1932, Bertha E. Martin, his wife, Sept. 29, 1876 - Nov 20, 1918.

Ira Wesley Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, Ira Wesley, 1850 - 1929, Lavina Adelia Gowdy, his wife, 1855 - 1924, Ada M. (Backus) Hofford, daughter, 1885 -
1950.

John Bauder:
1851 Hastings Co., Huntingdon Twp.: John Bauder, Miller, born U.S. E. Meth., age 44, male, married, Log house, (all born
Canada) wife Abigail age 40, son P.H. age 19, William J. age 16, David E. age 10, Matilda age 7, Nancy E. age 6, and
Robert C. age 2.
Delores Bauder Family Group Sheet: John Bauder born Circa 1806/08 New York, wife Abigail Embury born 4 Oct 1812
Ontario, Canada, died 16 April 1900 Isabella Co., MI. buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Rosebush, Isabella, Co., MI., father
Philip Embury, mother Martha VanTassel, children all born Elzevir, Hastings Co, Ontario, Canada; Margaret born 1832;
Philip Henry born 1835/36; William John born 15 Sept 1840 married Clarissa Cooper. He died 14 June 1924, she died 3 Feb
1934; David E. born 11 March 1844, married Eliza Ann Wilson 19 Jan 1870; Matilda A. born 1845 ; Nancy Eleanor born
1846; Robert E. born 31 Jan 1850 married 14 Jan 1874 Sarah Sager; Emily born 1853 ; Dorothea born 8 Aug 1855;
Dorothea M. (Note: was last of 12 children according to her newspaper obit, I.e. John & Abbie must have had 3 children that
didn‟t show up on any of the census records - apparently died young. Could one have been Seymour?)

John Bader:
1910 MI. Soundex: John Bader, Isabella Co. 0089 0073, Head of house, white, age 62, born New York, wife Mary white
age 45, born Germany; Thomas T. age 14 born MI. & Josephine age 12 born MI.

John F. Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1907 Bk#$41, 2-102 John F. Bauder to Meda Johnson
3 July 1907 John F. Bauder, age 22, white living in Clare, born in Ontario, laborer, father William J. Bauder, mother Clarissa
Cooper, married Meda E. Johnson, age 20, white, living in Clare, MI., born Potsdam, New York, father Byron M. Johnson,
mother Axie Perkins. First marriage.

John N. Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
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Bauder, John N., died Dec. 9, 1909 aged 85 years, Charlotte Burley, his wife, died Jan. 18, 1910 age 81 years.

John N. Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, John N., died Feb. 16, 1920 aged 72 years 7 mths, Eliza L. Davy, his wife, died Jan. 7, 1923 age 56 years 11 mths.,
Albert 1900 - 1950.

Joseph Bader
1910 MI. Soundex: Joseph Bader, Isabella Co. 0103 0218, Head of house, white, age 41 born MI., wife Ida K. white age 38
born Canada, son John age 2 born MI., and Elsa J. Shore S.D. age 16 born MI.

Kenneth Arden Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1954 Bk#40, 3-103 Kenneth Arden Bauder to Phyllis Alma Goodenow

Mary Bauder: (Mary Dean Miller, widow of Nathan Bauder)
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1905 Bk#46 2-92, Mary Bauder to Asher Wood; 31 July 1905, Asher Wood age 27, white, living
in Clare, Mi., born Steuben Co. New York, fireman, father Charles Wood mother Eunice Jackson married 1 before, married
Mary Bauder age 34, white, living in Clare, MI. born Alma, Ont. Can., domestic, father W. Miller, mother Eliza Cunningham,
married 1 before. Witnesses, Bertha Smith and John Lomo, Minister (M.E.) G. W. Maxwell.
(Note for Miller file - William Robert Miller vital record Clare, MI 12/08/1908 1-123.)

Mary Bauder:
1900 MI. Soundex: Mary Bauder born Feb. 1857 age 43 born in MI. living in Battle Creek with S. Atwood, mother-in-law.

Maxwell N. Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, Maxwell N. 1884 - 1928, Doris L. Albertson, his wife, 1886 - 1937

Nathan E. Bauder: (William, John)
Newspaper obit: Nathan E. Bauder, At the age of thirty -seven, N.E. Bauder died in the second ward Saturday of
consumption. The funeral occurred Tuesday from the M.E. church in charge of Rev. G. W. Maxwell with the interment at
Cherry Grove. Deceased was born in Hastings County, Ont., and moved with his parents, Mr. And Mrs. W. J. Bauder, to
Clare in 1886. Subsequently he was a sailor for six years. Nine years ago he married Miss May Miller of Saginaw where
they resided till a month ago when after eleven months illness he came to his father north of the city and moved to Clare two
weeks before his death. A daughter seven survives. Deceased was a member of a I.O.O.F. lodge of Saginaw wherein he
was insured for $1,000. A delegation of Clare Foresters escorted the body to its last resting place. The following from a
distance were present at the funeral: Mrs. Blanche Trahan, deceased‟s sister, of Saginaw, Chas. W. Bauder, a brother, with
his wife, of Saginaw, Mrs. Maud Alford, a sister, of Middlefield, Ohio; Mrs. H. D. Hunt, a sister, with her husband of Gladwin.
Clare Co. Death Index: 12/24/1904 Nathan E. Bauder #1-103: Nathan E. Bauder died 24 Dec., 1904, male, married, age 37
years 6 months 15 days. Died in City of Clare, cause Pulmonary Tuberculosis, born in Canada, Painter, father William
Bauder, mother Clarrisa Cooper both from Canada.

Nelson Bauder:
1851 Census, Loughborough Twp., Lennox Co. Ontario: Nelson Bauder age 27 born Canada, Charlotte age 23, Mary
Bauder age 75 born U.S., E. Methodist.

Oscar E. Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, Oscar E., 1892 - 1959, Myrtle C. Hicks, his wife, 1895 - 1918, Mabel Martin, his wife, 1903 - 1978

Phillip H. Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1957 Bk#10 3-10B Phillip; H. Bauder to Thelma Loucks
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Richard Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, Richard 1862 - 1946
Robert Bauder:
Hastings Co., Ontario 1874; Robert Bauder (Bander?) age 24, farmer, resident of Elziver, son of John and Abigail,
married Rebecca Sager, age 18 of Napanee, Madoc, daughter of Charles and Ellen, witn: William J. and Emily Bauder of
Elziver, 14 Jan 1874 at Elziver.

Ross Bauder: (George)
Flint Journal Obit: Bauder, Ross K. age 84, died Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1987 at Winchester Hospital, Winchester, Mass. Burial in
St. Augustine Cemetery, Deerfield Twp. Mr. Bauder was born in New York, July 27, 1903, the son of George Bauder and
Elizabeth Allen. He married Alice P. McKeon, Dec. 26, 1936, she preceded him in death, Dec. 8, 1986. Surviving are: son
Stuart Bauder and wife Debra C. Miesfeldt of Reading, Mass., granddaughter, Lauren E. Bauder of Redding, Mass.
Bowles Funeral Home, Linden, MI.

Russell Wm. Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1952 Bk#8, 3-10B Russell Wm. Bauder to Nellie Marie Amble.

Sandra Kay Bauder:
Marriages: Clare County MI; 1969 Bk.#87 Sandra Kay Bauder to Francis Byron Wright.

Thomas A. Bauder:
H.C. Burleigh Papers: Verona Cemetery, Kingston Branch, Ont. Gene. Soc. 1979:
Bauder, Thomas A., 1882 - 1924

William John Bauder: (John)
Declaration of Intention: William John Bauder - Citizen of the United States renounces allegiance to Queen Victoria of Great
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Britain and Empress of India, on 23 of April 1892
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Who‟s Who in the 19 Century Clare County: Bauder, William - 1890 laborer for F. & P.M. (Flint & Pere Marquette Railroad)
Inquiries on his railroad affiliation might be obtained from; The Railroad Retirement Board, 844 Rush St., Chicago, Ill.
60611 with a S.A.S.E and pension file number if available Or The National Association of Retired and Veteran Railroad
Employees, Box 875 - 87 Parson‟s Plaza Room, Parsons, Kansas 67357.
1900 MI. Soundex; District 23 sheet 7 line 72; 1900 Census Grant twp, Clare Co; William Bauder White Male born Sept 1840
age 59 married for 35 years to Clarissa, born Aug. 1850 age 49, 12 children (11 living) Elsie daughter age 17. Williams
father was born New York mother Canada. He became a U.S. Citizen in 1886. Occupation - farmer.
Delores Bauder Family Group Sheet: Bauder, William John born 15 Sept 1840 Sidney Twp. Hastings Co., Ont. Can.,
married 7 Aug 1866 Madoc, Hastings Co. Ont. Ca., died 19 June 1924 Alma, Gratiot Co., MI., buried cherry Grove
Cemetery, Clare, Mi., father John Bauder, mother Abigail Embury; wife Clarissa Marie Cooper born 11 Aug 1850 or 11 Sept
1851, Elzevir Twp. Hastings Co. Ont. Can., died 3 Feb. 1934 Saginaw Co. MI., father James Cooper mother Elizabeth;
children: Nathan Edson born 9 June 1867 Elzevir, Hastings, Ont. Can. Married 1893 Mar (Mary) Miller, died 24 Dec. 1904;
Ida Burdillus born 1869 Elzevir, Hastings, Ont. Can. Married 4 April 1894 Henry Hunt died 13 Apr 1929; Carrie M. born 1876
Elzevir, Hastings, Ont. Can. Married 5 July 1894 Fred Kerpatrick, died 13 April 1929; Allen Garret born 17 Sept 1871
Queens borough, Elzevir, Ont. Can. Died 7 Sept 1812;William born circa 1873 married Maude; Maude Alice born Aug 1880,
married 28 June 1899 Fred Alfords, died 11 May 1934; Blanche born 1878 married Clarence Trahan, Elgie born 1883;
Arthur; John Franklin born 1 March 1885 married 17 July 1907 Meda Johnson, died 27 July 1947, Meda died 6 Jan 1950;
Howard James married 6 Oct 1911 Edna May Smith; Esther Beatrice born 1892 married 26 March 1912 Walter Presley.

Clare Co. Cemetery deeds, book 2, page 151: sold to William Bauder of City of Clare; Lot 10, block 22, purchased 9/16/1916
for $25.00. Book shows only 1 burial - Grave #5 1904 Nathan E. Bauder.



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Certificate of Death: William J Bauder, male, white, married to Clara Bauder, born Sept 15, 1840, age 83 years 9 months 4
days, occupation Carpenter, born Ontario, father John Bauder born Canada, mother Abigail Emery born Canada. Died June
14, 1924, City of Alma, MI., cause (?) Cardiac Endocarditic

Wanda Jean Bauder
Clare Co. Death Index: 3/14/54 Wanda Jean Bauder #12566

William Bader:
Genesee Co., MI. Death Record William Bader Vol 6 page 18, 1920; 12 Sept 1920 male, white, widowed, age 72 years 10
months 17 days, died City of Flint, Nephritis, born Ohio, Janitor, father Wm. Bader born Ohio, mother Nancy Riedner born
Ohio.

William M. Bauder
Clare Co. Death Index: 8/12/85 William M. Bauder #137

William M. Bauder
1910 MI. Soundex; Wm. M. Bauder, Ottawa, Grand Haven 0156 0017 son-in-law age 25 born Nebraska - see Callie above.




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Beaman Family notes:                                                      2005

BEAMAN:
“Beaman”; page 6, Mr. Thomas Beaman born 1848 (born south of Staffordshire) father Joseph Beaman - “ancestors lived
in Staffordshire Co., & previously in Shropshire Co. He remembers hearing talk in his childhood of family moving to
American about 1635. He is sure the Beamans are not from France and he never heard that they were descended from
Beaumonts.

ABRAHAM BEAMAN:
History of Lancaster, Mass. Abraham Beaman married Mary White of Marlborough 16 March 1725

EUNICE BEAMAN: (Gamaliel, John, Gamaliel)
Wilder Family Genealogy by Moses Wilder: Jonas Wilder (John, John, Thomas the Immigrant) born Lancaster, Mass. Nov.
16, 1699. Died Hartland, Conn. 1797 at age of 98 years. A farmer. He was married twice, to women of the same name,
relationship if any unknown. With the first he lived seven years, to her death. With the second, over sixty years, to his
death. He lived in Lancaster until about date of his second marriage, then moved to Lyme, Conn. And lived there until 1760
when he moved to Hartland, Conn. And remained there for the rest of his life. He had bought land in Hartland Nov. 22,
1759-60 and built a log house, traces of which could still be seen in 1919. He continued buying land and built a house (east
of the log house) where he lived and died. He gave his son, John, a life lease in 1777. Was Deacon of the Congregational
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Church in Hartland from its organization in 1767 until his death. Married 1 in Lancaster, Mass. May 20/29 1724 EUNICE
BEAMAN, who died there June 15, 1731, five weeks after her last confinement. Children - the first four born in Lancaster,
Mass.: Joseph Wilder born 14/1/1725; Hannah Wilder born 15/2/1727; Priscilla Wilder born 7/4/1729; Jonas born 9/5/1731
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(name listed 1756 Regiment of Colonel J. Bagley). Married 2 in 1733 another (relationship to first, if any, unknown)
EUNICE BEAMAN: children Elisha Wilder; John Wilder; Gamaliel Wilder born 21/08/1742; Ephraim Wilder born 1744;
Jonathan Wilder; Sarah Wilder; Betsey Wilder; Eunice Wilder; Tamar Wilder

EUNICE BEAMAN:
History of Lancaster, Mass. page 273 Eunice (Baptisms) 1708 child of John Beaman
 Eunice married Jonas Wilder in 1733 (his second wife named Eunice Beaman). They moved to Lyme, Conn., then to
Hartland Conn., where he died at age 96. They had 9 children, one named Gamaliel Beaman Wilder.

GAMALIEL BEAMAN:
The Chronicles of the Bement Family by Leach: There were three other early New England settlers who bore surnames so
analogues to Beamond, Beamont, , as to suggest a common origin of Beaumont to common kinship:
Gamaliel Beaman, whose name was in 1635 booked on the sailing list of the Elizabeth & Ann, Roger Cooper Captain, as
“Gamaliel Beamont, aged 12 years”, and at the London Custom House as “Bement” settled first at Dorchester, Mass., but
removed to Lancaster, in the same Colony, where he died 25 March 1678. His descendants, who have been numerous are
known as Beamon. A genealogy of this family is being prepared by Emily Wooden of Rochester, New York.
“Book of Remembrance Bealman, Beaman” “Beaman Family Record” 1635; Gamaliel Beamont age 12 embarked 8 May
1635, in the Elizabeth & Ann. There were no others of that name aboard. It is assumed he came to join his brothers who
may be Thomas, age 29 settled in Virginia, William 27, and John 23. William settled in Conn., John in Rhode Island.
The Beaman name is very common in England - found only in Shropshire and Staffordshire. If the Beamans are in fact
Beaumonts they were not Huguenots. They were landed proprietors in England, nobles and gentry at least 100 years
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before Reformation Harry DeBeaumont came from France during the reign of Edward 1 and served with the king, against
the Scotch. He received extensive estates and was made King of the Isle of Man for life. He took his name from the city of
Beaumont in Normandy France and was a grandson of John King of Jerusalem and Sicily, who was a younger brother of
King Louis the ninth of France. He married Alice, daughter and heir of the Scottish Earl of Bucham. The Beamans are
probably a branch from the Beaumonts of Yorkshire - of Saxon Blood. The Normans who conquered the French King gave
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them the northern coast (Normandy). Normans - Northmen Henry DeBeaumont came to England in the 13 century..
Beaman Family: Gamaliel Beaman, settled in Dorchester, Mass.. Married Sarah Clark, daughter of William Clark, moved in
1659, 33 miles northwest of Boston to Nashway Plantation (Nashua). The famous “Beaman Oak” stands today near where
he built his first log cabin. The tree is 30‟ in circumference, and 80‟ tall. In 1652 the town was known as Prescott, a year
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later changed to Lancaster. The Family of Gamaliel: 6 children born in Dorchester, 3 in Lancaster: 1. Infant, born dead. 2.
John born 1649 or 1650. 3. Joseph born 1651 4. Gamaliel Jr. born 1653 5. Thomas born 1654 6. Mary born 1656 7.
Sarah born 19/01/1658 8. Noah born 03/04/1660 9. Thankful born 16/4/1663 10. Mehitable born 526/5/1667. In the
Dorchester Church records dated 14 June 1657 four Beaman children were baptized.
Gamaliel & Sarah arrived in Lancaster 23 May 1659. On May 31 he signed a covenant as one of the 56 original proprietors
of the town. He brought with him 210 pounds in money, assigned lot 38 & 22 - he owned 266 acres of choice land. The
lives of the settlers of Lancaster was made a hell on earth by the French & Indians. They fled to Dorchester and to
(?)Mather. No food or possessions - Indians destroyed Lancaster, completely. Four years later they returned on the east
slope of Bolton Hill, near a place called Cold Spring. Here Gamaliel lived until his death in 1707, age 84 years. Sarah was
living in 1701 when she and Gamaliel conveyed the lands to there son John. Gamaliel was a free thinker (he tangled with
the church and lost). Gamaliel probably knew as much of Indian terror as any man of poverty which resulted, as few people
did. He had intestinal fortitude. He was lucky.

History of Lancaster, Mass.: page 259, Gamaliel Beaman from England in the Elizabeth & Ann 1635 AD, settled in
Dorchester. In 1659 being 36 years old came to Lancaster. Died in Dorchester March 23, 1678. Tax rate records set
down as (poor “Desperate Debts” Children of Gamaliel and Sarah Clark Beaman: John 1649 2. Joseph 1651 3. Gamaliel
1653 4. Thomas 1654 5. Mary 1656 6. Sarah 1658 7. Noah 1661 8. Thankful 1663 9. Mehitable 1667 John died
Lancaster 1740 age 90, his son Gamaliel born 1684, first settler of Woonksechocksett, now Sterling. Thankful married
Nathan Wilson

History of Lancaster, Mass. Gamaliel Beaman, Sen. Died at Dorchester 23 Jan. 1678

GAMALIEL BEAMAN:
Gamaliel Thornton Beaman born Lancaster, Worchester Co. Mass. 29 Feb. 1684 to John & Priscilla Beaman. He was the
first settler in the town of Sterling. He was called “irrepressible” for his persistence in calling for a church in that part of the
town. He married Mary daughter of Jonas Houghton & Mary Berbeane of Lancaster, and grand daughter of John
Houghton, who came from England in the Abigail in 1635 “being then a mere boy”. John Houghton‟s first wife was Beatrix.
Gamaliel died 26 Oct 1745, the first person buried at Sterling Center. Children were (1) Mary married 11 Dec. 1729 to
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Nathaniel Wilder (2) Eunice Houghton Beaman married 1733 Jonas Wilder (his 2 marriage) (3) Elizabeth married 21
June 1739 David Jewitt, she died a year or two later (4) Phineas married 1740 JoAnna (daughter of Josiah White) (5)
Zerviah (6) Lois married 10 Oct. 1745 Gideon Brockway (7) Dinah married 26 Dec. 1757 John (?)Bewney.

HANNAH BEAMAN:
History of Lancaster, Mass.: In 1835 Hannah Beaman died age 99 years 8 months, cause of death - a fall (born 1736).

JOHN BEAMAN:
The Beaman & Clark Genealogy by Emily Beaman Wooden, A,M, 1909; John Clark Beaman married 1674 Priscilla,
daughter of Robert Thornton, born Boston 1656. Priscilla‟s father came alone from London in the Elizabeth - spring of 1653
age 11 years. He settled in Taunton, Mass. Later to Boston. Robert Thornton was a carpenter but he owned more than
200 acres in Taunton. Four daughters; Mary wife of Josiah Fay, Sara wife of Samuel Barrett, Abil Lawrence and Priscilla
wife of John Beaman.
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Source Unknown: Grave Stone “Here lies the body of Mr. John Beaman who departed this life Jan. 15, 1739-40 in Ye 90
year of his age. Also “Here lies the body of Mrs. Priscilla Beaman, Wife to Mr. John Beaman, who died Aug. 6, 1729 in ye
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73 year of age”. Children (1) Mary born circa 1675, died Dorchester May 3, 1676 (2) John Jr. born Feb. 21, 1677 (3)
Zippora born March 4, 1679, married 20 July 1705 Isaac Amsden died 9 Nov. 1716 (4) Sarah born Jan 25, 1682, married
Joseph Sawyer died 7 March 1718 (5) Gamaliel born Feb. 29, 1684 or 85 (6) Ebenezer born circa 1690 (7) Jonathan born
circa 1697 (8) Priscilla married Ebenezer Polley of Lancaster (9) Judith married 23 May 1733 Benjamin Corey of
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Lunenburg (10) Eunice married 29 May 1724 (1 wife) Jonas Wilder son of John & Sarah Sawyer Wilder), died 15 June
1731 (Children: Joseph, Hannah, Priscilla, Jonas) (11) Jabez born 1704

JOHN THORNTON BEAMAN: (John)


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History of Lancaster, Mass. John Thornton Beaman (called John Jr. in the History of Lancaster) was born 21 Feb. 1677,
during the abandonment of Lancaster. In Lovewells War with the Indians he served four weeks and five days under
Sergeant Thomas Buckminster, July and August 1722. He married about 1703 Abigail and joined the Church 5 April 1730.
Abigail joined 31 August 1735. She died 9 May 1750, and John married 22 May 1751, the widow Sarah Page who died
1756. John Jr. died 3 May 1763

MARY BEAMAN:
The Beaman & Clark Genealogy by Emily Beaman Wooden, A,M, 1909; Mary Clark Beaman married 23/01/1690 Henry
Cookery.

NOAH BEAMAN:
The Beaman & Clark Genealogy by Emily Beaman Wooden, A,M, 1909; Noah Clark Beaman married 1 Jan 1685 Patience,
daughter of Wm. Trescote, died 29/05/1714.


PHINEHASS BEAMAN:
History of Lancaster, Mass. Phinehass Beaman married Joannnah White 16 July 1740

SARAH BEAMAN:
The Beaman & Clark Genealogy by Emily Beaman Wooden, A,M, 1909; Sarah Clark Beaman married 28/12/1680 Nathaniel
Wilson

SUSANNA BEAMAN:
History of Lancaster, Mass. Susanna Beaman wife of John Beaman Jr. communion 27 Jan 1733




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BRANDES FAMLEY Notes:

Catharina Brandes Bischof: 1880 US Census, Ray, Franklin Co., Indiana; Catharina Bischof age 58 born Prussia son
Anthony Brandes age 23 born IN., son Henry Brandes age 21 born IN.

Stanley Elwood Brandes: Social Security Death Index: Stanley Brandes born 1 Feb. 1914, died 7 June 2000 in Barryton,
Mecosta Co., MI.


BURR FAMLEY Notes:




ASA BURR:
Landmarks of Monroe Co. N.Y.: page 292; In 1809 Asa Burr - among the first settlers in the town of Henrietta - 13 families in
the town.
Monroe Co. NY Epitaphs: River View Burial Ground, Henrietta, Monroe Co. NY., Burr, Asa, died 11/18/1838 age 52, also
Polly wife of Asa died 3/7/1873 age 82.

Harriet Burr: (Asa)
Monroe Co. NY Epitaphs: River View Burial Ground, Henrietta, Monroe Co. NY., Burr, Harriet C. daughter of Asa & Polly
died 3/11/1833 age 22.

MELINDA BURR:
Census of Pensioners 1840, June 1; New York, Monroe Co., Henrietta: Melinda Burr age 72 residing with W. Burr.

Rebecca Burr:
Notes from Belle Radford: David Snider was a farmer. He married Rebecca Burr. Both were born in Canada. Rebecca
died when she was 94. Belle thinks she was about 10 or 12 years old when Rebecca died so she was born approx. 1810.
The Burr family along with the Wesley family started up the Methodist Church.
Burr aunts and uncles: Ella - never married, Sylvia married John Kemmich, Miranda married William McDonald, Eliza
married David Hearns, Hiram married Eliza Ann Gulter, Annie married George McDonald.

Susan BURR:
Source unknown: Tranton, Oneida Co. NYSusan Burr daughter of John Burr married Horace J. Hulbert on March 7,
1827.

Sweezy BURR:
Early Rochester N.Y. Family Records: Sweezy Burr age 16 married Hannah Van Nothsland age 15 in Feb. 1830


WILLIAM BURR:
1871 Hasting Co. Ontario Dist 59, Sub-district A Div. 1 pg 35; Burr, William M. age 63, born U.S. origin German, farmer,
married, wife Sophia age 54, born Ontario, origin German, Ch---sty J. age 35 single.

ZERAH BURR:
History of Monroe co. N.Y: page 222 (Perrington) Richard Treadwell bought a farm in 1808 near the Centre, and later sold
to Jacob Howe. Mr. Burr bought it in 1818 and in 1826 Zerah Burr, his son, came into possession and occupied it for nearly
fifty years. He was the pioneer nurseryman and conducted the business of growing trees, fruit, and flowers for 60 years.
Page 317; Burr, Zerah, farmer, born Fairfield Co., Conn. Settled 1811.



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Bursley, Dimmock, Hull Family Notes:

John Bursley:
“Gustin & Carlisle Genealogy” page 1033; Mr. Bursley lived in Barnstable, when he married Joanna Hull on Nov. 28, 1639,
the daughter of the Rev. Joseph Hull of Barnstable. The wedding was solemnized in Sandwich, as no one in Barnstable
was then authorized to officiate. He resided in Barnstable at his father-in-law‟s house until 1650, and then moved to the
Bursley farm at West Barnstable. He died in 1660. At the time of his marriage he was probably about 40 years old while
his wife was till in her teens. They had children: a child died suddenly in the night and was buried Jan . 25, 1640/41; Mary
bpt. July 29, 1643; John bpt. Sept. 22, 1644, buried Sept 27, 1644; Joanna bpt. Mar. 1, 1645/46 married Deacon Shubel
Dimmock in Apr. 1662. She died in Mansfield, Conn. May 8, 1727 at the age of 83 years.; Elizabeth bpt. Mar. 25, 1649;
John bpt. Apr. 11, 1652; Elizabeth born Oct. 1674 died Oct. 1675; Mercy born Oct 1675 died Apr 1676; John born Mar.
1677-78 died Barnstable in 1748; Mary born May 23, 1679; Jabez born Aug. 21, 1681 died 1732; Joanna born Nov. 29,
1684; Joseph born Jan. 29, 1686-87; Abigail born Aug. 27, 1690; Elizabeth born Aug 5, 1692; Temperance, born Jan. 3,
1698 died Sept 20, 1734.

Edward Dimmock:
“Gustin & Carlisle Genealogy” page 1025, The name Dimmock, originally Dymock, has undergone various changes in.
spelling such as Dyumock, Dimick, Dimmuch and Dimmick. In this country it is usually written Dymocke, Dimmock,
Dimock, Dimack, Dimicku, and Dimick. Regarding its origin, the Rev. Dr. Miller writes, “The Dymocks came down from the
Tudor Prince and Chief of the Welsh Marches to David ap Madoc, some five hundred years, they being known in Wales as
Dai (from Dy) Madoc (the diminutive of David in Welsh is Dai). The successors of David became Daimoc and Dir William
Dymock, the sixth in descent from him, fixed the spelling in that form.” The English Dymocks have been the hereditary
champions of England from an early period in English history, the office having been acquired by the marriage of Sir John
Dymock in the reign of Edward III to the sole heirship of the Marmions in whose family the position had previously been held.
The office was abolished in the reign of George IV.
Edward Dimmock, of Barnstable, England. Edward had a son: Thomas Dimmock

Thomas Dimmock: (Edward)
“Gustin & Carlisle Genealogy” Thomas Dimmock, who was the first settler of that name in this country and the common
ancestor of all of the name in New England. He was of Dorchester, Mass. In 1635 when he was selectman for that year.
He was made freeman May 25, 1636. In 1638 he moved to Hingham, the year following to Situate and, in 1640, to
Barnstable, although Swift, in his Notes of Barnstable Families, states that Thomas Dimmock and the Rev. Thomas Hull are
named in the grant make in 1639, of the lands of the town of Barnstable and, in March of that year, Dimmock was appointed
by the Colony Court to exercise the Barnstable men in their Arms.
Originally Barnstable was called Mattakeeset but was changed to Barnstable June 4, 1639 or June 14. Thomas Dimmock
was the leading man in the new town and was connected with all the important acts of its first settlers. A list of the
inhabitants dated Jan. 1643-44 contains his name as well as that of many others mentioned in this genealogy. It is
recorded “a grant of a great lot to Mr. Dimmock with meadow adjoining, at Little Running Brook at ye East End of the
plantation, toward Yarmouth, which lands are in the present possession of George Lewis, Sr., let and farmed out to him for
some certain years by said Mr. Dimmock.” This lot was owned, ion 1689 by his son Ensign Shubael Dimmock. After
Barnstable was incorporated in 1639 as a town, the lands therein were granted to Dimmock and Hull as the land-committee
of the townsmen and of such as should thereafter be regularly admitted. They performed their duties well as no appeal
from their decisions was ever made to the Colony Court. Thomas Dimmock was first deputy to the Plymouth Court,
1640-42 and deputy again, 1648-50. He was admitted freeman of the Colony, Dec. 3, 1639, on June 2, 1640, was
appointed magistrate to the Supreme Court of the County held at Yarmouth and re-appointed June 5, 1644. He was made
one of the council of war, Sept. 22, 1642; elected lieutenant of the company of militia in Barnstable Oct. 10, 1642 and
re-elected in July 1646. In 1650 he was one of the commissioners of the Plymouth Colony to confer with a similar
commission of the Massachusetts Colony and decide respecting title of the lands at Shawwamet and Patuxet. Aug. 7,
1650, he was ordained Elder of the church of Barnstable, of which church he had been a member since its organization.
After 1650, he does not appear to have held any public office. In 1654 he had leased his farm, although he continued to live
in Barnstable where he died, 1658 or 1659. During his later years he seems to have been in feeble health. Thomas


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Dimmock probably married before his removal to Barnstable, but his wife‟s name is unknown. She was living in 1683, but
probably died before 1686.
Thomas had children: (1) Timothy, bpt. Jan 12, 1639-40, d. June 17, 1640, the first of the English to die at Barnstable. (2)
Mehitable, bpt. Apr. 18, 1642, married Richard Child of Watertown.. (3) Shubel (

Shubael Dimmock (Edward, Thomas)
“Gustin & Carlisle Genealogy” page 1027; Shubel Dimmock, the only son of Thomas who lived to maturity, was bpt. Sept.
15, 1644. He married, in April 1662, Joanna Bursley. He was living in Yarmouth in 1669, but did not remain there long.
He was selectman in Barnstable in 1685-86, deputy to the Colony Court the same year and again in 1689, after the
expulsion of Sir Edmund Andros. He was also ensign of the militia company. About 1693 he removed to Mansfield,
Conn., then part of Windham. He is first mentioned in the Windham records Feb. 22, 1697 when he was chosen first on a
committee to aid selectmen in setting town boundaries. He was admitted to inhabitation in the town Dec. 22, 1699 and
chosen selectman the same day. A member of the Windham church, he afterwards became a member of the Mansfield
church which was organized Oct. 18, 1710 and was made deacon. His wife, Joanna died in Mansfield May 8, 1727, at the
age of 83 years and he died there Sunday, Oct. 29, 1732 at the age of 91 years. They had been married for sixty-four
years. Their Children: Thomas born April 1664 killed in battle at Canso (Damariscotta on Sept 9, 1697; John born Jan
1666; Timothy born March 1668; Shubael born Feb. 1672 died July 24, 1727; Joseph born Sept 1675; Mehitable born 1677;
Benjamin born March 1680; Joanna born March 1682; Thankful born in Nov. 1684.

Thankful Dimmock: (Edward, Thomas, Shubael)
”Gustin & Carlisle Genealogy“: page 1030 Thankful, born in Nov. 1684, married June 28, 1706, Deacon Edward Waldo of
Windham, Conn.

Joseph Hull:
”Gustin & Carlisle Genealogy“: page 1035, Joseph Hull, was a minister in England. On May 5, 1635, a group of
twenty-one families from England settled at Wessaguscus, now Weymouth, with hull as their minister. On July 8, 1636,
lands were granted to them by the Massachusetts Colony. Joseph Hull was made freeman in September 1635, and was
deputy to the General Court in Sept. 1638 and in March 1639. Sept. 6, 1638 he was elected magistrate for the town of
Hingham to end small causes. In 1636 a house-lot was granted him in that town, “on the Lower Plain.“ In the spring of
1639, during May, several families of Weymouth and Hingham decided to move to Barnstable. Hull preached his farewell
service in Hingham on May 5, 1639 and accompanied them. Barnstable probably received its name as a mark of respect
for Mr. Hull as he was from Barnstable in Devonshire. On May 1, 1641 in Barnstable, he was excommunicated for his
“willful breaking of communication with us and joining himself a member with a company at Yarmouth to be their pastor,
contrary to the advice and counsel of our church.” “Mr. Hull in the acknowledging of his sin, ands renewing his covenant
was received again into fellowship with us Aug. 10, 1643.” Daughter Joanna had married, in 1639 John Bursley who traded
with the Eastern Indians at Dover, H.H. and vicinity. On his return, Hull, with his family, removed to Oyster River until 1646
when he removed to the Isle of Shoals, or Smith‟s Isles, where he preached. He died Nov. 19, 1665. His widow, Agnes,
showed in her inventory of the estate the sum of 20 pounds, which “The Isle owed him for his ministry.” He had a daughter
Joanna, born in England, who married here, first, John Bursley of Barnstable and second, Dolar Davis.




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Chamberlain Family Notes: (Perkins, Porter)




Abihana Chamberlain:
Kent Vital Records; Vol 2, Page 203: Chamberlin, Abihana, daughter Celina Cotton, 17 May 17481

Anna Chamberlain:
Source Unknown: Chamberlain, Anna; daughter of William and Joanna born 13 June 1782, Winchester Vital Records Vol
2 page 70

Electa Chamberlain:
Macomb Co. Vol 19 Fall 1955 page 24astern N.Y. 1777-18347; 17 Feb 1830 Rev. Wm. T. Snow to Electa Chamberlain,
Washington Twp.

Ezubia Chamberlain:
National Archives; Letter of Inquiry 1902 by great granddaughter : Moses Porter married Ezubia Chamberlain Perkins in
1815. Both had been married before. Their children were Louisa born 1 March 1816, married Edmund Simmons, Permilla
born 4 Feb. 1818 died 1850; Moses Green (named for General Green) born 7 Dec. 1819 died 30 Nov. 1884; Sophronia
Ezubia born 14 Dec. 1822 died 26 Jan 1881; Marilla Eunice born 25 Jan 1825 died 2 June 1906, married Stillman Robbins
More on 23 Feb 1847 - (Grand parents to person making inquiry)
Petition for Pension: Moses Porter (formerly of Hartford, Conn. Residing in State of New York) on 12 April 1818. Court
action to prove he fought in the Revolutionary War - Conn. Reg., Capt. Williams Co., discharged 1783. Living with wife
Ezuby, aged 36 (weakly) daughter Sally aged 14 years (sickly) son Enose 12 years, son Harry 9 years, daughter ? Pubia
S.C./or Julia age 4, Eliza P. age 2, son Moses G. 8 months. Moses is worth $60.93. Petition for $8.00 a month.
Application for Pension Transfer; 24 May 1838, to Michigan, witnessed by Ephraim Perkins (his attorney) P.O. Box Royal
Oak, Oakland Co. Michigan. Moses Porter son of David Porter and Margaret Olmstead born 10/14 July 1759.

Hannah Chamberlin:
Conn. Nutmegger: Vol 16, Headstones, South Yard Cem. Tolland, Conn. Page 35: Hannah wife of Josel, 18 March 1766
age 19 years.

J. Chamberlin: (Justin)
Michigan Death Record: 13 March 1882, J. Chamberlin, male, white, married, age 89 years 6 months, 20 days, cause, Old
Age, born New York, Farmer, father Justin Chamberlin of Franklin N.Y..

John Chamberlain:
Early Conn. Marriages (Prior to 1800); page 75 Wallingford New Haven Co., Conn.
 John Chamberlain of Armenia Precinct married Abigain Abbott on 2 Feb. 1775

Joseph Chamberlin:
Early Conn. Marriages (Prior to 1800); page 75 Wallingford New Haven Co., Conn.
Chamberlin, Joseph son of Capt. James & Abigail died 12 June 1739 age 2 years.
Chamberlin, Joseph son of Capt. James & Abigail died 3 June 1766.

Oliver Perkins:
Calendar of Wills; 26/ Jan - 2 June 1782: page 305 (Flint Public Library) d Perkins, Oliver of Little Hoesock, Albany Co.
N.Y., wife _____, sons Rufus, Moses, Silas, Oliver, and Phineas, daughter Charity, Hannah, Susannah, Elisabeth,
Prudence, & Eunice (Real & Personal estate).

Moses Porter:


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1830 Census, New York, Ontario Co page 230; Moses Porter, 1 male age 10-15, 1 male age 20-30, 1 male age 78-80, 1
female age 0-5, 2 females age 20-30, 1 female age 40-50.

Samuel Chamberlain:
Conn. Cemetery Records 1943 DAR Lib. Vol 13: Colebrook River Cemetery; Colebrook, Conn.; Chamberlain, Samuel C.
D. 30 Nov 1835 age 70. Chamberlain, Anna wife of Samuel D 8 Feb 1835 age 73.

Sarah Chamberlain:
Early Conn. Marriages (Prior to 1800); page 58 Wallingford New Haven Co., Conn. Ambrose Ward of New Haven married
Sarah Chamberlain on 27 Nov. 1760.

Albert Porter:
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1890 MI Census of Civil War Veterans; Albert porter, Private Co. B, 23 MI. Inf. Enlisted 3 Aug 1862, discharged 8 Sept
1865, serviced 2 years 1 month 3 days, Metamora, Mi.




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COOPER FAMILY NOTES:

Ada Cooper:
Hasting County, Madoc Twp., Allen Settlement, Cemetery: Ada Cooper daughter of H. & M Cooper died 12 Sept 1868 age
1 year 6 months.

Ann Cooper:
Hasting County, Madoc Twp., Allen Settlement, Cemetery: Ann Cooper wife of Robert Cooper died 8 Feb. 1884 age 84
years 5 months 17 days

Archibald Cooper:
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1852 Hasting Co., twp. assessment rolls: Archibald Cooper age 23, 8 Concession Lot 21
Hasting County, Madoc Twp., Allen Settlement, Cemetery: Archibald Cooper son of Elizabeth and H. Cooper died 21 May
1863 age 33 years. “I Leave this World without a Tear/save further friends I hold so dear.

Caroline Cooper: (Hugh)
Madoc twp, Presbyterian Church Records: Caroline Cooper daughter of Hugh and Isabella married on November 21, 1860
to William Campbell son of William Campbell and Barbara.

Clarissa Cooper: (James)
Hastings Marriage Book: Clarissa Cooper age 16, daughter of James and Elizabeth married August 7, 1866 to William
John Bordor age 24 son of John Border and Abigail Embury.
Michigan Certificate of Death: County of Saginaw, Village of Merrill; Clarissa Bauder (residing in Alma for 10 years), female,
white, widow, husband William J. Bauder, her date of birth Aug 11, 1850, age at death 83 years 5 months 22 days,
Housewife, born Canada, father James Cooper born England, and mother Jane Emory born Canada. Informant Mrs. C. E.
Trahan of Merrill, burial Cherry Grove , Clare, 2/5/1934. Date of death 2/3/1934, cause Coronary Thrombosis. Certified
copy of death from the state of MI. list her name as Clarissa Beander.
Newspaper Obit: The remains of Mrs. Wm. Bauder were laid to rest in Cherry Grove, Monday afternoon, the body being
brought here from Merrill, where services were held prior to leaving the home. Rev. Hastey, of Merrill, officiating. Six
nephews from this community acted as pallbearers. Mrs. Bauder was born in Queensbury, Canada in 1850 and was
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married to Wm. Bauder August 7 1866, and they came to Michigan in 1880. She was a resident of Clare for many years
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and for the past fourteen years has lived with her daughter, Mrs. C.E. Trahan, of Merrill. Mr. Bauder passed away June 19
1924. Six children survive, namely, Mrs. C.E. Trahan of Merrill: Mrs. Fred Alfreds, of Middlefield, Ohio; Mrs. Walter
Presley, Clare; John Bauder, Midland; Howard, of Alma; and Elzie of Grand Rapids.

Elizabeth Cooper:
Elzevir Township School Teachers: 1851, 1858, & 1872 Elizabeth Cooper (for more information on the school and its
teacher registry, try Hastings County Board of Education, Belleville, Ont.)

Emma Jane Cooper:
Hasting County, Madoc Twp., Allen Settlement, Cemetery Daughter of Mary & R. Cooper died 8 Oct 1866 age 1 year 2
months. “This lovely bud so young and fair/ Called hence by early doom/Just came to show how sweet a flower/In paradise
would bloom”.

Hugh Cooper
Family Group Sheet:/Dolores Bauder: Hugh Cooper born 1802, Married (1) Isabella ; children (1) Robert born 1828 married
Jan 15, 1863 Mary Ann Allen, (2) Caroline born 1828 married Nov. 21, 1860 William Campbell; (3) Archibald born 1831
died May 21, 1863 (4) Hugh born 1833/37 married J. Waddington, (5) Sarah born 1835 (6) Nancy born 1837, died 1904,
married William Wiggins, (7) Elizabeth born 1839, (8) Thomas born 1841, (9) Margaret born 1846.



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1851 Canadian Census Madoc Twp.: Hugh Cooper age 49, Elizabeth Cooper age 46, Caroline Cooper age 23, Robert
Cooper age 23, Archibald Cooper age 20, Hugh Cooper age 18, Sarah Cooper age 16, Nancy Cooper age 14, Elizabeth
Cooper age 12, Thomas Cooper age 10, & Margaret Cooper age 5.
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1852 Hasting Co., twp. assessment rolls: Hugh Cooper age 50, 8 Concession Lot 19.

Hugh Cooper: (Hugh)
Hasting Co. Marriage Book: Hugh Cooper, age 28, son of Hugh Cooper and Eliza (?) married March 07, 1865 to J.
Warrington, daughter of William and Jane Warrington.

Hugh Cooper: (Robert)
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1852 Township assessment rolls: Hugh Cooper age 32, 9 Concession Lot 21.
Hastings County Marriage Book: Hugh Cooper, age 40 born Armagh, Ireland to Robert Cooper and Margaret Montgomery
married March 20, 1862 to Mary Best, age 26 daughter of James and Esther Best. Born 1822
Hasting County, Madoc Twp., Allen Settlement, Cemetery: “In Memory of Hugh Cooper died 28 Oct. 1890, age 72 years.
His wife Mary Feb. 15, 1885 age 48 years 0 months 13 days.
A.B. Hugh above is not the father of this Hugh, since Hugh 1802 has a son Hugh born 1833, and this Hugh born 1822, gives
Robert Cooper as his father. Hugh 1802 could be a brother to Robert.

James Cooper: (Richard)
Family Group Sheet:/Delores E. Bauder:: James Cooper, born circa 1801 England, wife Elizabeth born circa 1821,
children: (1) Clarissa Jane born circa 1848 Canada, married William John Bauder, (2) Amandy, born circa 1852, (3) Emma
born circa 1854, (4) Charles born circa 1856.
1871 Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada: James Cooper age 65 born England, Farmer, District 028, Sub-district D, page 11.born
1806

James G Cooper:
1871 Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada: James Cooper age 31 born England, Dept. Treasurer, District 027, Sub-district H, page
82.

Jane Cooper:
1851 Hastings Co., Huntingdon Twp. Jane Cooper age 15, resident of Sidney in home of William Rogers Jr. age 32 and
Sarah age 23.

John Cooper:
1871 Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada: John Cooper age 40 Laborer, District 027, Sub-district D, page 66

Joseph Cooper:
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1852 Township Assessment rolls: Joseph Cooper age 28, 9 Concession Lot20.

Mary Cooper:
Hasting County, Madoc Twp., Allen Settlement, Cemetery:    Wife of Hugh Cooper died 15 Feb. 1885 age 48 years 13 days.

Miranda J. Snider:
Hastings Co. Marriages: Wm. A. McDonald age 24 of Sidney, Sidney, son of Archy & Ann married on 24 Apr. 1864, Miranda
J. Snider, of Sidney, Prince Edward, daughter of David & Elizabeth.

Nancy Cooper:
Elzevir Township School Teachers: 1852 - 1858 Nancy Cooper

Nancy Cooper: (James)
Hastings Marriage Book: Nancy Cooper age 19, daughter of James and Elizabeth Cooper married Dec. 9, 1858 to William
Wiggins son of Thomas and Elizabeth.
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Greenwood Cemetery - Queensborough: William Wiggins 1832-1898, Nancy Cooper 1836-1904 & William E. Wiggins
1863-1905

Neil Cooper:
1871 Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada: Neil Cooper age 49 born Ontario, Farmer, District 028, Sub-district D, page 32.

R. Cooper:
1871 Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada: R. Cooper age 33 born England, Minister, District 028, Sub-district E, page 21.

Richard Cooper:
Pedigree Chart from Family Search Ancestral File: Richard Cooper born 1798 Birmingham, Warwick, England, Died 21 Dec.
1875, Willenhall, Staffs, England, Married in 1820 Willenhall, Staff, England, Phebe Wright, daughter of John Wright and
Ann Perry. Phebe was born 25 Dec. 1805 Willenhall, Staff., Eng., and died before 1901.
Note: Parents of John Wright above where John Wright born circa 1753 Willenhall and Mary born circa 1754 of Willenhall.

Robert Cooper: (Hugh)
Hastings Marriage Book: Robert Cooper, age 33, son of Hugh Cooper and Isabella married January 15, 1863 to Mary Ann
Allen, daughter of John Allen and Jane Adams. (? Isabella may also be Elizabeth)
1871 Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada: Robert Cooper age 44 born Ontario, C.P. Farmer, District 028, Sub-district A, page 51.

Robert Cooper:
1851 Canadian Census Madoc Twp.: Robert Cooper age 60, Ann Cooper age 53, Hugh Cooper age 32, Joseph Cooper age
27, Margaret Cooper age 22, Ester Cooper age 19, Sarah Ann Cooper age 12, John Cooper age 45
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1852 Township assessment rolls: Robert Cooper age 61, 9 concession Lot 21.
Madoc Review - November 1863: Robert Cooper, died November 24, 1863. He was an elder of the Presbyterian Church
in the Allen Settlement. He contributed to the erection of the church. He came to the township around 1830.

Robert Cooper:
Woodlawn, Wellington co.: Block O Lot 380,81,82; grave 2, 7 Dec 18-2 #382 Robert : Cooper age 75 years: 14 March 1879:
14 March 1879 #382 Sarah Cooper age 80 years born England and lived in Toronto.

Sarah Cooper”: (Hugh)
Elzevir Township School Teachers: 1863, 1866, & 1872 Sarah Cooper

Shirley Cooper:
E-mail correspondence: I live in a small town in Southern Alberta, Canada, I have been researching the Cooper line for
some time now and recently made contact with Muriel Robstad who forwarded me your e-mail outlining some information to
the Bauder family. Clarissa Cooper, dau of James/Elizabeth married William John Bauder and his brother Philip Henry
married Margaret Ann Cooper, dau. Of Hugh Cooper / Elizabeth Griese who are our direct ancestors. I was hoping that
Clarissa and Margaret Ann might be related (Cooper‟s) but James/Elizabeth come from England and Hugh/Elizabeth come
from Ireland. I‟m not surprised as the Cooper surname is very common coming from all over the world.

William Cooper:
1851 Census, Sidney Twp, Hastings Co. Ontario: Cooper, William occ. CO, born ??, religion CE, age 26, Elizabeth born US,
age 25, Flora born MU, age 3, Rich Malcolm born SI age 2.

William James Cooper: (Hugh)
Hasting County, Madoc Twp., Allen Settlement, Cemetery: son of Hugh and Martha Cooper died 26 Dec. 1875, age 5 years
6 months 14 days. “Too good for earth/God called Him Home.




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Dorton Davy:
Newspaper Obit: Dorton J. Davy 138 E Belvidere, age 67, died Saturfay, June 23, 1956 at Gladwin, Mich. Burieal in Flint
Memorial Cemetery. Death was sudden due to complications. He was born in Marion, Ohio April 7, 1889, son of Ezra and
Florence Davy, and has lived in Flint the last 41 years, coming to Flint from Evart, Mich. Mr. Davy married Gladys Worgess
at Lapeer, Mich. June 247, 1917. He was a member of United Commercial Travelers. Mr. Davy was employed at Buick
Motor Co. the last 13 years as a plant protection officer. Surviving are wife, Gladys: 1 daughter Mre Evelyn Sutton of Flint;
2 sons Kendail W. and Dorton M. both of Flint: 7 grandchildren; 1 sister Mrs. Charlotte O. Proehl of Philadelphia, PA. 1
brother, Orley J. Davy of Flint: several nieces and nephews.




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DAVIS FAMILY Notes:


Davis Researchers: Barbara Stafford, 4150 Lake George Road, Oxford, MI. 48051.

Agnes & Alice Davis: (John)
Lapeer co. Birth Records: Alice and Agnes Davis born Marathon Twp., Lapeer Co to John and Rachael Davis.

Albert Davis: (John)
Lapeer Co Death Records: Albert E. Davis died 18 Jan 1891, male, white, single, born Lapeer city, cause consumption, died
in Attica, father John Davis.

Alice Davis: (Philander, Calvin, James)
County History Book: Davis, Alice, E. born 10 Aug 1852 Oakland Co., MI., died 13 Sept 1920 Oakland Co. MI, parents
Philander Davis and Sarah Lambertson, spouse Cornelius Stafford.
Oakland Co. Death Rec.: Alice E. (Davis) Stafford, parents Philander Davis and May Lambertson (possibly Sarah), both
from New York, born 1852 MI. died 13 Sept 1920 age 68 years 1 month 2 days, Leonard, MI.

Almont Davis: (Dan)
Lapeer Co Death Records: 25 March 1899, Almont H. Davis, male, white, single, age 1 month 4 days, died in Attica twp.,
cause LaGripe, parents Dan Davis & Ella Sumner.

Alonzo Davis: (Jehiel)
Lapeer Co Death Records: 3 April 1902 Alonzo Davis male, white, widower, age 90 years 9 months 7 days born NY, died in
Lapeer, general dropsy, farmer, father Jehiel Davis mother Lidia Tubs both of New York.

Asher Davis:
1850 Census, MI., Oakland Co. Addison twp: Nelson Chamberlain age 40, Farmer worth $3,000, born. Mass, wife Nancy
age 39 born NY, 8 children and Asher Davis age 23, farmer born New York.
Methodist Church Circuit Records, Oakland Co. Baptisms, Davis, Asher 27 April 1866 also Ellace, Elija.
County History Book: Davis, Asher, married Eliza M. ____, died 1902. Children: Freddie L., 1841 - 1871; Lucy A., 1850 -
1851.
Oakland Co. Addison Twp. Lakeville Cemetery: Asher Davis father 1827 - 1897, daughter Lucy A. Davis 1850 - 1851,
Fredie :L. Davis son of Lucy A. Davis 1868 - 1871, also Asher‟s wife Eliza M. Davis.

Betsey Davis:
Lapeer Co Death Records: Richard Place, male, white, married, age 66 years 3 months 7 days died Lapeer City, cause
Dropsy, born MI., father Thomas Place mother Betsey Davis.

Benjamin F. Davis: (Joheal)
1860 Census MI., Attica Twp.: Benjamin Davis age 30, male, farmer worth $1200. And $300. Born New York, wife
Margaret.
Lapeer Co Death Records: Benjamin F. Davis male, white, married age 68 years, died in Attica, cause Brights disease, born
New York, farmer, father Joheal Davis.

Brazillia I. Davis: (William)
Lapeer Co Death Records: 16 Aug. 1902, Brazillia I. Davis, male, white, married age 78 years 11 months 5 days, died in
Dryden twp, softening of the brain, born New Jersey, tailor, father William Davis mother Mary Erwin.

Calvin Davis: (James)



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First Settlers of Macomb Co.: Calvin Davis born 1793 ?Mass. Came to Macomb Co in 1824 in Shelby Twp. Then in 1832
to Macomb twp., where he died in 1870. He held many offices of public trust, was a man well known in eastern Michigan
and was highly respected.
Macomb Co History: Shelby twp. 1823, July 4, Calvin Davis selected the west ½ of NW ¼ os section 8.
1830 Census, Macomb Co, MI.: Shelby twp., Calvin Davis 211001/111001
Barbara Stafford papers: Children: Philander Davis 1818-1901; Leonard Davis 1813-1891, Asher Davis 1827-1897, James
Davis 1827-1865, Francis L. Davis 1836-1851, Jennette Davis 1831-1851, Mary E. Davis.
Surname Index, N. Oakland Gene. Soc.: Davis, Calvin, born 1787? Married 5 Feb. 1810 Leroy, NY, died 15 March 1871
Oakland Co. MI. parents James Davis and Betsey, spouse Lucy Graves.
County History Book: Davis, Calvin, son of James & Betsy Davis, born 1787, Conn., died 1871; married Lucy Graves,
daughter of Libeus and Lucy Graves of New York, born 1792 died 1880. Children: Philander; Leonard; Asher, 1827 - 1897;
James; Francis L., single, 1836 - 1851; Jennette, 1831 - 1851; Mary E.
1850 Census, MI. Oakland Co. Addison Twp: Calvin Davies age 49, Leonard age 28, Askin (Asher) age 21, Marie H. age 21,
Jene age 15, :Laura age 12.
Oakland Co. Death Records: Calvin Davis son of James Davis and Betsey, of Genesee Co NY, born 1787 in Connecticut,
died 15 March 1871, at age 84 years 15 days in Addison twp, Oakland Co. MI cause Palsey., wife Lucy Graves.
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Declaration of A Widow for Pension; War of 1812: Statement that Lucy Graves was married to Calvin Graves on the 5 of
Feb. 1810 performed by Amasa Haskell a Justice at Leroy, Genesee Co., NY. She stated that her husband died at
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Lakeville, MI. on 15 of March 1871

Calvin Davis Jr. (Calvin, James)
Macomb Co History: Calvin Davis Jr. died 30 April 1895 age 63 years born 27 July 1832 on the homestead where he died.
His father came to MI. in 1824. At the time of his death he was secretary of the Macomb Co Pioneer & Historical Society. A
useful and honored citizen.

Calvin M. Davis: (Calvin)
Macomb Co Death Record: 7 May 1901, Calvin M. Davis, male, white, age 1 month 17 days died in Mr. Clemens, cause
Exhaustion, born MI, parents Calvin Davis and Julia Kenderick.

Catherina Davis Ney: (Isaac)
Lapeer Co Death Records: 17 Feb. 1898, Catherina Ney, female, white, widow, age 97 years 1 month 4 days died in Oregon
twp, senility, born New York, house keeper, father Isaac Davis of New York.

Daniel Davis:
1900 MI Soundex: Daniel Davis born April 1876 in MI., living in Lapeer Co, Attica, MI, with wife Ella B. born Nov. 1877 in
MI., age 22.


Donnie Davis:
Lapeer Co Death Record: 18 Nov. 1880 Donnie Davis, male, white, age 6 months died in Attica twp, cause inflammation of
the Lungs, born Michigan, parents, A.A. & Eliza Davis of Attica.

Eliza G. Davis:
Oakland Co. Death Record: Eliza G. Davis died 2 March 1903, female, wife, widow, age 98 years 1 month 11 days, died in
Addison twp. Of old age, born NJ, housewife, parents Jabez Gwinnup and Hannah Wood.

Elizabeth Davis:
MI. Death Record: 25 Dec. 1883, Elizabeth Davis, female, white, married age 100 years, 5 months, 20 days, cause Old age,
born MI., Parents Dead, from Holland.

Emaline Davis: (Calvin, James)


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Records of Barbara Stafford: Emaline Davis born New York, died 1901 Oxford MI, age 80 years 8 months 4 days, cause
heart failure. Married to Columbus Edgerley. Daughter Laura married Millard L. Frink son of Harry Frink.

Erastus Davis:
Oakland Co. Death Records: Erastus Davis died 5 May 1877, male, white, married, age 81 years 1 month 22 days, died in
Orion twp., cause Apoplexy, born NY., Laborer.

Frank Davis: (James)
Lapeer Co Marriages: Frank Davis age 34 father James Davis mother Isabelle Carr married 24 Jan 1912 Leah Walker age
30.
1900 MI. Soundex: Frank Davis white, born July 1877 in MI., living in Lap. Co Dryden twp with R. Marshall as a boarder.
Clippings: Oxford, Leonard, Orion, & Pontiac: 2-10-1951; Davis, Frank: Lake Orion, age 66, died Friday in the home of a
----on in Lapeer Co., He was born in Armada Apr 1884, and was a retired janitor of Lake Orion public schools. Surviving
are 2 sons, Merle & Kenneth of Lapeer county, two daughters Mrs. Leo Miller of Commerce and Mrs. Fred Hilber of Los
Angeles, 5 grandchildren, 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Services will be at 11 am. Allen Funeral home, burial at Evergreen.

Franklin & Frederick Davis: (James)
Lapeer co. Birth Records: Franklin and Frederick Davis born 13 July 1877, Mayfield Twp, parents James Davis born New
York, and Isabelle Carr.

Fredrick Davis:
1900 MI. Soundex: Fredrick Davis, age 22, white, born July 1877 in MI., living in Metamora twp. Lap. Co. MI, Servant to
Carson Wilder.

George Davis: (James)
Oakland Co. Addison Twp. Lakeville Cemetery: George W. Davis 1847 - 1849, buried beside his mother Elizabeth
Lambertson Davis 1827 - 1865.

George Davis:
Lapeer Co. Birth Records: George Davis, male, parent Benjamin F & Margaret M. Davis, both Born New York, father farmer.

Henry Davis:
Lapeer Co Death Records: 14 Oct 1819, Henry Davis male, white widower, age 77 years, died in Lapeer of Paralysis, born
New York, farmer, parents unknown, of NY.

Isabelle Davis:
Court request Regarding the Estate of Leonard Davis: I wish to ask you a question in regards to a parcel of land in Addison
twp., 5 acres willed to my husband , of the Leonard Davis estate. The will wasn‟t recorded until one month after his death.
There is 6 children all married, but one. They (sign off to me) all willing to except 2. I have one son p0rovides for me
everything I want for my comfort. I am sick not able to do my kind of work. I wish to ask you if I can deed my share to this
one son. And __ much My there would be. He has paid all administrators charges and taxes, three years. He only has
his wages making out. Answer this at your leisure. Respectfully Yours, Mrs. James Davis, Imlay City, MI.
Lapeer Co. Death Records: #10854, 28 June 1906, Isabelle Davis , female, white, married, age 66 years 10 months, died
in Attica twp, cause Pulmonary Tuberculosis, born NY., parents Samuel Carr & Sarah Beckwith born New York.

James Davis:
Census of Pensioners 184-, June1: New York, Ontario Co, Phelps; James Davis age 75 living with James Davis Jr..

James Davis:
Declaration for Pension: Aug. 7, 1832, James Davis a resident of Hami--inton, Co. of Litchfield, Conn. Being 79 years old,
Statement: I was born in Farmington, Co., Feb. 25, 1753, my age is recorded in Farmington Town records and in my


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Family Bible. I reside in Goshen Conn. When I entered the service of the United States at the time herein after specified.
Since the Revolutionary War I have resided in Harwinton, Conn, where I still live.
Early in May 1775 I enlisted for seven months into the company of Cape. John Sedgwick, Col Hinman‟s Regt. Of Provincial
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troops and in the course of that month marched to the northward. Our Lt. Was James Thompson. I2 do Gibbs, Ensign,
Patterson, We marched to Fort George and then ___ water over Lake George to Ticonderoga. Our Regt was among the
first which arrived at the place after it was captured; other Regt. Chiefly from New York soon joined us and under the
command of Gen‟ls Scugler and Montgomery we came engaged in making preparations to carry the war into Canada. In
September or October this preparations were complete and we were embarked on Lake Champlain, and the American
troops were collected at Isle Aux Noix. I was engaged in the siege of St. Johns. I recollect the difficulties we encountered
from marshy ground over which the cannon had to be driven. The grounds were so swampy that the teams could not be
used and the soldiers were themselves ____ ___ ___ to draw the artillery. After the capitulation of St. John‟s We remained
at threat place and did not accompany the army to Montreal and the north. I was discharged at St. Johns when my seven
months expired but I cannot state the precise day. It was however after Montreal had been ?sunendered to our troops. I
think I received a written discharge but if I did it is now lost.
I have no documentary evidence of this service but ____ herewith the affidavits of M. Tim Rurll and John Hall to
substantiate my statement.
I was dur ing the war two years in the service of the United State, as a teamster, but I make no special statement
concerning it, supposing that it will not entitle me to a pension, if a pension can be obtained for it I will send particulars and
proof.
In 1777 about the first of September I was drafted to go the North River. The draft was for six weeks according to the best
of my recollection. The company had been much reduced by draft of men who had gone to oppose Burgoyne most of those
who remained and among them myself marched to Fishkill under the command of our Capt. Tim Stanley and Mike Morten
either Leuit or Ensign. Both of said Goshen. We marched to Fishkill and were there put together with other companies into
some kind of order but we were shifted around to places where our services were needed as occasion required Y I cannot at
this distance of time recal the names of our field officer, only I will remember that we were under the general command of
Gen‟; Putnam. We followed the British fleet as it sailed up the river. The fleet made a stop near Red Hook and that place
we also lay until after the surrender of Burgoyne when the fleet dropped down the River and we again followed it down after
the six week, for which the draft was made, had expired, many solicitor obtained discharges, but We were all strongly urged
to remain, as the British fleet still lay in the River. I did with our Capt of some others remain, according to the best of my
recollection of belief two weeks, after said six weeks expired, making two months services in the whole at this town.


James Davis: (Calvin, James)
Surname Index; N. Oakland Gene. Soc.; Davis, James resident of Genesee Co. New York.
First Land Owners of Oakland Co. James Davis of Oakland Co. MI., Sec 5 40 acres and Sec. 10 40 acres on 5/4/1837.
Oakland Co Marriages: James Davis age 22 married Elizabeth Lambertson age 16 on April 27, 1843. Both from Addison
Twp. Oakland Co, performed by Rev. Wm. T. Shaw
Early Addison Twp.: Davis, James, son of Calvin and Lucy Davis . Married Elizabeth Lambertson born 1827 died 1865,
Children Mary A. (married Scott Wilder) and George W. 1847-1849.
1850 MI. census, Addison twp. Oakland Co. . James Davis age 32, male, carpenter born NY & wife Elizabeth age 23 born
New York., also Mary Ann age 7 born Michigan. Also, Lucy Davis age 34, female, worth $100., born NY
Lapeer Co. MI Vital Rec.: James Davis married Isabelle Carr in Attica, MI. Isabelle was the daughter of Samuel Carr and
Sarah Beckwith.
1880 Census, MI. Lapeer Twp.: Davis, James age 60, male, white, common laborer born NY., wife Isabelle age 40, female,
white, keeping house born NY., Lucy M age 11 attending school born MI., Sarah age 8 attending school born MI., Ida age 6
attending school born MI., Daniel P. age 5, Franklin age 2 and Frederick age 2 (twins).
1884 MI. State Census: James Davis age 63, male, white, laborer, can read and write, born NY, father born Vermont,
mother born unknown, residing in MI for 55 years. Wife Isabell white, female, age 43 keeping house, can read & write, born
NY, parents born NY, residing in MI. 26 years. Children, Sarah age 13 in school, Ida B. age 11 in school, Daniel age 10 in
school, Franklin & Frederick age 5.



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1894 MI. State Census: James Davis age 74, male, white, married, born NY, father born Conn., mother born NY, Farm
laborer, residing in MI. for 66 years, wife Isabel age 48 born NY, parents born NY, 8 children, residing in MI for 40 years,
Deaf.
1990 MI. Soundex: James Davis white, born Aug 1818 New York, residing in Lapeer Twp, with wife (error) Elizabeth, white
born Aug 1839 NY, age 60.
Lapeer Co. Death Records: James Davis died 6 Feb. 1903, male, white, married, age 84 years, died Lapeer, cause
LaGrippe, farmer, father ?James Davis mother unknown, both parents born NY. (Born Aug. 21, 1819)


Kathlane Davis:
Oakland Co. Death Records: 2 Feb. 1873, Kathlane Davis, female, white, widow, age 90 years, cause Consumptions of the
lungs, born NY.

Leonard Davis (Calvin)
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County History Book: Davis, Leonard, son of Calvin & Lucy Davis, 1813 - 1891; married 1841 Prisiah Smith; married 2
1855 Eliza (Gwinnup) Angle, born January 20 1812 at Belvidere. 1812 - 1903, daughter of Dr. Jabes Gwinnup born Apr. 22,
1773 Morristown, N.J.
Marriage Certificate: Leonard Davis of Addison, MI and Eliza Angle of Addison, 26 April 1855, witnesses Lois C. Swain and
Jabez Angle, Rev. John Gray.
Handwritten documentation of Bond Appointment: Leonard Davis, Chosen as Constable in the township of Addison and
County of Oakland and State of Michigan and Earnest Mann and Philander Davis as his Suretess do hereby jointly and
severally agree to pay to each and every person who may be entitled their to all such sums of money said constable may
become liable to pay on event of any neglect or defiant of said Constable in services or return of any ___fs that may be
delivered to him. For servis or collection in witness where of the said Constable and Sureties have hereunto set there land
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and seal this 8 day of April;; A.D./ 1872. Signed Leonard Davis, Earnest Mann, Philander Davis
Lakeville Cemetery: Leonard Davis 1811 - 1891 and Eliza Gwinnup, wife of Leonard Davis 1812 - 1903. Small stone at the
foot of Leonard‟s grave. Possibly a child‟s stone or a foot marker for Leonard.
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Handwritten Family Records: Leonard Davis died January the 28 1896, Eliza Davis died March the 2 1903, At the age of
91 years old.
Petition of Heirs: Leonard Davis deceased, petition brought by Cornelius Stafford for: Eliza Davis widow, Lucius Davis
nephew, Philander Davis brother, James Davis brother, Minnie E. Angle legates, Asher Davis brother, Alice Stafford niece,
Jabez Angle legates, Lucius C. Davis legates, Emaline legates, Lucy Ann Connor legates.
Last Will & Testament: Bequest to Lucius C. Davis - 40 acres, Philander Davis - 20 acres, James Davis - 10 acres, Minnie
E. Angle (dg. Of my stepson) 10 acres, Asher Davis 2 acres,
Mrs. Alice Stafford 8 acres, Jabez G. Angle (stepson) 10 acres, Eliza Davis (wife) $50., and Eliza to have full estate until her
death, where upon the will to be executed.. Codicil changes the parcels of land of twenty acres.; to 5 acres to brother
James Davis, 5 acres to Minnie E. Angle, 5 acres to sister Lucy Ann Conner, and 5 acres to sister Emeline Edgerley. Also
to George W. Dernberger (only son of my deceased sister, Maryette) $1.00, Children of my deceased sister Adeline
Lambertson: Helen Benjamin of Romeo $1.00, Elizabeth Miller of Detroit $1.00 (eldest daughter of brother James Davis),
Annette Townsend of Gladwin, $1.00, Henry Morrison of Churchill, MI. $1.00, and Will J. Lambertson of Lakeville #1.00

Lucius Davis (Philander, Calvin)

Oakland Co. Addison Twp. Lakeville Cemetery: Lucius C. Davis son of Philander and Sarah 1843 - 1910. Nettie Johnston
wife of Lucius Davis 1869 - 1954.

Lucy Davis
Family Group Sheet; Wayne McMeans: Lucius Davis born 1843 parents Philander Davis and Sarah Lambertson, married
Nettie Johnston born 1869 died 1954; children Calvin Davis and Sarah Davis.
1850 MI. census, Addison twp. Oakland Co. Lucy Davis age 54, female, worth $100., born NY. Living with James Davis age
32, male carpenter born NY & wife Elizabeth age 23 born New York., also Mary Ann age 7 born Michigan.


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Lucy Davis:
1884 MI. State Census; Davis, Lucy, white, female, age 15 van read and write, born MI., parents born NY., servant in
household numbers just previous to the home of James and Isabell Davis.

Lucy Davis: (Philander, Calvin)
Oakland Co. Addison Twp. Lakeville Cemetery: Lucy M. Davis daughter of Philander and Sarah Davis.

Mary Ann Davis
Oakland Co. Marriage Records: Mary A. Davis age 22 of Addison married Scott Wilder age 24 of Metamora on March 2,
1866.
Lapeer Co. Death Cert. #167069: Mary Ann Wilder age 78 died in North Branch, MI., born in MI., Lakeville twp. Oakland Co.
on 1/3/1844. Father James Davis mother Elizabeth Lambertson, Methodist, buried in Metamora Cemetery, Funeral
performed by Rev. A.B. Fockler of Columbiaville. Children, Glen Wilder of North Branch, John Wilder of Saginaw, Lizzie
Miller of Flint.

Nancy Davis:
Macomb Co Death Records: 20 Sept. 1871, Nancy Davis, female, married age 48 years, died in Washington twp, cause
Consumption, born MI., parents Elon and Nancy Andrus.

Philander Davis (Calvin, James)
Surname Index; N.Oakland Gene. Soc.: Davis, Philander, born 1817? NY., married 11 Nov. 1842 Oakland Co. MI. died 28
Apr. 1901 Oakland Co. parents Calvin Davis and Lucy Graves, spouse (1) Sarah Lambertson (2) Theresa Johnston
Williams.
1850 MI. Census, Addison twp, Oakland Co.: Philander Davis age 33, male, cooper, worth $100., born NY, wife Sarah age
25 born New Jersey, son Lucas C. age 4 born MI, daughter Lucy age 4.
Also: Philander L. Davis age 32 listed in the home of Ernst & Margaret Mann.
Lapeer Co. Marriages: Book 2, page 247, Philander Davis of Addison age 41 married Theresa Williams age 40 of Dryden on
28 July 1867, witnesses, Elijah & Eliza Gray, Minister John Gray.
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County History book: Davis, Philander, son of Calvin & Lucy Davis, 1818 - 1901: married 1 Sarah Lambertson, daughter of
Abram & Mary (Cassidy) Lambertson, 1825, died prior to 1867. Children: Lucius Calvin, 1843 - 1910 (married Nettie
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Johnston); Alice, 1852 - 1920 (married Cornelius Stafford); Lucy M., drowned in Lakeville millstream. Philander married 2
Teresa Johnston Williams in 1867, living 1824 - 1901. No children.
War Service Index, MI. room, Flint Public Lib.: Philander O. Davis, F 100 Ohio Inf. Died 3/14/1907 Clare Co. Surrey Twp.
Oakland Co. Addison Twp. Lakeville Cemetery: Philander Davis son of Calvin & Lucy M. Davis 1818 - 1901, and wife Sarah
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Lambertson 1825 - 18--. Also Theresa Johnston 2 wife of Philander Davis, 1824 - 1901.
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Philander Davis born 1818 Married 16 Nov. 1842 Sarah Lambertson born 1825 daughter
of Abram Lambertson and Mary Cassidy. Children: Lucius Davis born 1843 died 1910, married Nettie Johnson (2 children):
Lucy born after 1843 drowned young: Alice Louise born 1852 died 1920, married Cornelius Stafford (1 child).

Ray Davis
Lapeer Co. Vital Records: 17 Feb. 1879, Ray Davis born to James & Isabelle Davis.

Robert Davis (George)
Lapeer Co. Vital Records: 26 Dec. 1899, Robert L. Davis, male, white, widower, age 89 years 8 months 1 day died Lapeer
City, of Old age, born Vermont, father George Davis, Vermont.

Sarah Davis
Lapeer Co. Death Records: June 11, 1892, Sarah A. Davis, Female, white, married, age 66 years 4 months, died in Lapeer,
cause Dropsy of heart, born MI., farmer.

Willis Davis


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Lapeer Co. Death Records: 21 Nov. 1880, Willis A. Davis, male, white, single, born Pontiac, died from Congestion of the
Lungs, born Detroit, parents James N. & Mary J. Davis




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EMBURY FAMILY Notes:

Abbie Embury:
“Andrew Embury‟s Family”: Abbie Embury m. John Border; David Border, Robert Border, Allen Border, Seymour Border.

Andrew Embury Sr.
www.sfredheritage.onoca/deathsovitsEF : Embury, Andrew Sr., nephew of the late Philip Embury, founder of the Methodist
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Church in NY state, died March 26, 1844 in his 87 year, in Fredericksburg Twp., where he had lived for nearly 60 years;
survived by his wife and children, a sister and a 94 year old brother. May 15, 1844, Death Notice Christian Guardian.

Catherine Embury:
Hastings Co., Madoc Twp, Allen Settlement: Catherine Embury; Brown; John Alton Brown 1901 -1971, his beloved wife
Catherine “Lena” Embury 1889 - 1971.

David Embury:
“To Their Heirs Forever” by Eula Capp: This book is dedicated to the descendants of the following Loyalists of the American
Revolution, whose story this is. These men, and/or their sons, left their homes in Camden Valley, Charlotte County, New
York Province, to join the British in 1776. Over the decades since 1784, when they settled in Upper Canada on crown
grants, our country has profited from the character and citizenship of several thousands of descendants of these families
who were among the first to contribute to the building of Upper Canada, later Ontario: The original settlers from Camden
Valley were: David Embury and wife Margaret Sleet and Philip Embury and wife Margaret Switzer.
Table Seven; Passengers on the Pery; David Embury and wife, Margaret Switzer Embury, David Embury and wife, Margaret
Sleet Embury, with sons Andrew and John, Peter Embury and wife Agnes Dunphey Embury, with daughter Catharine; John
Embury.
Table Eight: The Colony in Camden Balley 1770-1776; David Embury (Canada 1783) 1724- circa 1810, Margaret Sleet
wife, Edward Baptized 1750; John circa 1756-1849, Andrew 1757; David; Margaret.


Phillip Embury:
Dolores Bauder family group sheet: Philip Embury, Member of Hastings Militia - 1812, born circa 1787, married 28 Oct 1807,
Canada, Ontario, Hastings, Madoc, by Presbyterian Minister Rev. Robert McDowell (see “McDowell Register”) to Martha
Van Tassel born circa 1793 Canada. Phillip died circa 1845, father Andrew Embury, mother Jane Bell,. Children, Andres
born circa 1810 Ontario Canada, married Hetty; Abigail born 4 Oct 1812 Ont. CA. married John Bauder, died 16 Apr 1900;
John VanTassel born 22 Sept 1818 Ont., CA., married 5 Feb 1840 Phoebe Wright. He died 8 March 1896 and she died 5
Apr 1920; William Bell II born 1821, married Katherine Lloyd 1843. He died 5 Sept 1895, she died 13 Sept 1865; David Sleet
born 10 March 1823, married 17 Jan 1856 Elizabeth Lorraine Wannamaker. David died 10 Feb 1910; Samuel born circa
1823 married Almeda Harris; Florrie married Haskell Sweet; Peggy married John Houser, Jan married James Kelley; Sophia
married John Kuhn; Betsey married Isaac Lennor; Lettie Ann born circa 1826+ married on 2 Sept 1846 Cornelius Lennox.
“To Their Heirs Forever” by Eula Capp: see David Embury.




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Ferguson Family Notes:

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Descendants of King Fergus, the 1 King of Scotland.
Ferguson = feargachus = wrathful, or of a fiery disposition. Ferguson in Gaelic signifies anger or wrath.

A. Ferguson:
Marriage Register. Of Hastings Co., Ont. Can. 1858 - 1869: Snider, Andrew age 50, Huntingdon, Sidney, son of A. & M.
(Smith) Snider, married 6 Sept 1860 A. Ferguson age 48 of Huntingdon, daughter of J. Colter and R. Clark.

A. Ferguson:
Charlotte Cemetery: Six miles north of the City of Rochester N.Y., Ferguson, Rev. A. died 12/20/1856 age 39, Ferguson,
Sarah daughter of Rev. A. & M.A. died 1854. Cemetery at W. Webster, Monroe Co. N.Y.

Alice Belle Ferguson: (George, Charles)
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: Alice Belle Ferguson born April 8, 1893 at Berville, married Charles Radford who
died February 23, 1949; children (1) John David born February 22, 1925 and Howard Charles born June 19, 1928.
Comments: John married (1) Donna Ida & Eleanor Isler. He and Donna had 5 children - Gordon Charles, Sharlene Kay,
Dianne Sue, Sandra Lea & Debbie Belle. John is a cattle dealer. Howard married Jean and they have 3 children - Ruth,
Clay, & Gwendolyn. Howard is a farmer & cattle breeder.

Aurinda Ferguson:
1861 Canada Hastings Co, Victoria Ward twp., agricultural census: line 20, Aurinda Ferguson, Concessions of Range 2,
total land held by person - 1, under cultivation 1, under crops ½, under orchards ½, cash value of farm $20.00, cash value of
farm implements $2.00.

Catharine Ferguson: (Charles)
Ferguson Family compiled by Belle Radford 1968: Catharine married Lon Wandall and had no children. She preformed for
the Metropolitan Opera .

Charles Ferguson: (John)
1851 Census, Canada, Ontario, Hastings Co., Huntington Twp. page 27, line 16; Charles Ferguson, yeoman, born Canada
West, Episcopal Methodist, age 28, wife Orinda Ferguson born Canada West age 26, daughter Christiann age 6, son
George age 4, son David age 3, son John W. age 1. Wood frame house.
Rootsweb.com/~onhastin/Census/1851; Charles Ferguson and family is listed as 1
316-21. Number 40 on the same page is John Ferguson TA-tailor, born New York age 70, widowed.
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: (Note: Belle‟s records list the grandfather as John Ferguson, all death records of
the children give the first name of Charles, as does the marriage record for Aurinda Redmond) Charles Ferguson married
Aurinda Redmond in early 183‟s. They had six children. (1) David married Sarah - 2 children, Mina Lais, and a son; (2)
Catherine married Lon Wandall (no children); (3) John married ?? (no children); (4) Martha married Isaac Vanness (5
children) Edith Paton (lived in Almont), Myrtle Fox, Roy, Clarence, & Frank; (5) Mary married Frank Wilson (3 children)
Chester, Gertrude, and Mable; (6) George married Susan Snider (8 children) Mary Elizabeth (Mayte), Frederick Lee, Maude
Hattie, Frank George, Marvin Carl, Nettie Zoe, Earle Leroy, Alice Belle.

Charles Ferguson: (John)
Hastings County Marriages: Ferguson, Charles, age 20, of Hastings Co., Canada, son of Jno & Eliza, married 26 Sept 1865
Margaret Wilson, age 17, of Hungerford, daughter of Edward and Jane.

Charles Ferguson:
History of Lapeer County, MI.: page 41 The firm of C. Ferguson & Son, bankers, consists of Charles Ferguson and his son
Charles R. Ferguson. The succeeded Dec. 2, 1872, the firm of Currier & Townsend who established the bank in March
1870. The senior member of the firm, Charles Ferguson was born in Scotland 22 Feb. 1822. Came to New York in 1842,
was engaged there in farming. In the fall of 1848 when he went into general merchandising in which he continued until
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1872 since which time he has been engaged in banking. He was married in 1846 at Rust, N.Y. (could possible be Rush
N.Y.) to Charlotte McHardy, a native of Aberdeen, Scotland and has 3 sons and 1 daughter.
Almont, The way It Was by Bowman: Lapeer Co. Library: page 20 1876 Town Supervisor, Charles Ferguson. Page 24
1858-1862 Charles Ferguson owned Steam grist & sawmill. Page 59, Charles Ferguson, sons were successors of
Townsend & Currier banking firm circa 1870.

Clarabelle Ferguson: (Frederick, George, Charles, John)
St. Clair Co. MI. Birth Records: #9755 Clarabelle Ferguson, female, white, parents Fred & Stella Ferguson, born City of Port
Huron, father is Engineer.
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Cleo Irene Ferguson: (Frederick, George, Charles, John)
Cleo Irene Ferguson
St. Clair Co. MI. Birth Records: Clio (Cleo) Ferguson born 3 Aug 1903, female, white, parents Fred & Stella Ferguson,
father‟s occupation - fireman.
Flint Journal Obit: Lake Leelanau-Flint; Badgley, Cleo Irene, age 86, died Wednesday March 28, 1990, at Munson Medical
Center in Traverse City. She was currently living in Lake Leelanau and a former resident of Mt. Morris and Flint. Mrs.
Badgley was a member of the Second Church of Christ Scientist in Flint and a member of the Eastern Stars. She was born
in Almont August 3, 1903 to Fred and Estella (Swain) Ferguson. She was married January 11, 1921 in Flint to Harold
Stephen Badgley, he preceded her in death in 1979. Surviving are: 3 daughters Mrs. John (Virginia) Pringnitz of Arizona,
Mrs. William (Patricia) Wright of Lake Leelanau, Mrs. Richard (Shirley) Derengowski of Mt Morris: son Robert (Helen)
Badgley of Lake Leelanau: sister, Maxine Lewis of Grand Blanc: 21 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren. Graveside
funeral services will be held at Flint Memorial Park.
Oversight: Cleo was predeceased by her daughter Beverly (Leo) Worgess,

David Ferguson: (Charles, John)
Leith Wright, Hilton N.Y. Village Historian: David Ferguson born Canada married 1873 Sarah C. Jordan born 14 March
1853 Bloomfield New York and died 29 July 1943 Hilton, N.Y. David died 5 July 1931 Hilton, N.Y.; son Ervey Ferguson
born circa 1874 Parma New York, died 8 Feb 1959 or 81; married 3 July 1894 Catherine Wright born circa 1876 Parma, died
1970.
Ferguson Family compiled by Belle Radford 1968: David married Sarah, children Mina Lais and a son
Register of Death: Hilton, Monroe Co. N.Y. David Ferguson residence 24 Lake Ave., Male, white, married wife Sarah
Jordon, David born Aug. 12, 1848, age 82 years 10 months 23 days, retired farmer - farmed 65 years to April 1931. =born
Canada, father Charles Ferguson born Canada, mother Lucinda Phillips born Canada, date of death July 5, 1931, cause
Cancer of Prostate, contributory Arteriole Sclerosis, buried Parma Union Cemetery July 8, 1931.
Family Group sheet, Compiler unknown: Ferguson, David born 12 August 1848 Canada, died 5 July 1931 Hilton, N.Y.,
buried Parma Center Cemetery, N.Y., Father; Charles Ferguson, Mother Lucinda Phillips, wife Sarah C. Jordon born 14
March 1853 Bloomfield N.Y. died 29 July 1943 Hilton, N.Y. buried Parma Union Cemetery, father Isaac Jordon, mother
Susan Priestley; Children, Irving A. born. Circa 1875 N.Y. died Rochester N.Y. 8 Feb 1957, married 3 July 1874 Emma
Wright, Roy W. born circa 1887, died Hilton, N.Y. on 15 Oct 1912, Mina born 26 May 1889, died Hilton N.Y. 16 Aug 1952,
married William Lais.

Earl Leroy Ferguson: (George, Charles)
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: Earle Leroy Ferguson born January 25, 1891 at Berville, died at Goodells,
married Ethyl Weir and they had 2 children born at Northstreet. (1) Leroy Wesley born October 5, 1917; (2) Esther Ruth born
July 26, 1921. Comments: Leroy married Kathryn Post & they had 1 daughter. He worked with air conditioning &
refrigeration., Esther married Felix Laskie and they had 2 daughter & 1 son - Phillip. Esther was an auto shop worker.

Frank George Ferguson: (George, Charles)
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: Frank George Ferguson born Sept 30, 1882 at Berville, died August 30, 1948 at
Berville, married November 8, 1904 at Armada Church, Ida E. Gilbert born Sept. 6, 1884 died August 29, 1968; children (1)
Eldon Gilbert born August 15, 1906 at Berville, resided in Redford, MI.; (2) Eldred Frank born August 27, 1907 at Berville,
died July 9, 1970 at Jonesville, MI. (3) Wendell Taft born November 4, 1908 at Berville, resided in Mesa, Ariz. & Prudenville,
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MI.: (4) Wayne Eugene born December 9, 1910 at Berville, died July 23, 1979; (5) Neil Gerald born July 25, 1913 at Berville,
died January 9, 1966; (6) Clyde Grant born November 17, 1914 at Berville, resided in Mancelona, MI.. Comments: Eldon
married (1) Bernice Bodine, (2) Isabelle, (3) Leona, (4)Evelyn. He had 3 children by Bernice - Donald Amos, Joyce Marie,
Gilbert Lee. Eldon was a Dairy truck driver. Eldred married Leatha Henderson. They had 1 child - Gerald. He, too, was
a dairy truck driver. Wendell married Eileen Kipp. They had no children. He was a manufacturer & shop owner. Wayne
never married. He was a farmer and he worked for Ford Motor Co. Neil married Georgena Adeline Storey. They had 2
children - Geraldine & Kim Eugene. Neil was a barber & Georgena was a nurse. Clyde married Lucille Worden. They
had 2 children - Kenneth Owen & Phyllis Ann. Clyde was a school bus driver & farmer , & dairy truck driver.

Frederick Lee Ferguson: (George, Charles)
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: Frederick Lee Ferguson born Sept. 7, 1877 at Riley Center, died May 5, 1952 at
Dryden, MI., married (1) Stella I. Swain born 1879 and died 1924 (Mother of 4), children Nina Mae died as a child, buried at
Allenton, Cleo Irene born August 3, 1903 Almont, MI., married Harold Badgley: Clara Belle born August 19, 1905 at
Almont, Maxine Alice born Sept. 9, 1907 at Berville, married William Lewis.. Fred married (2) Clara E. McMullen born
1881 and died 1964.
1900 MI. Census, Lapeer Co. Almont:; #89, 90 Ferguson, Fred L. head of house, white, male, born Sept 1876 MI., age 23,
married two years father born New York, mother born Canada, can speak English, Paper hanger, employed six months in
the years, can read write and speak English, renting home. Wife Estella I., white, born Oct. 1879 in MI., age 20, married
two years, mother of one child, number of children living - 0. Father born New York, Mother born MI., can read write and
speak English.

Elizabeth Ferguson:
Monroe County, N.Y. Epitaphs: Old Burial Ground, Pittsford, just south of the village; Ferguson, Elizabeth wife of John died
1/26/1837 age 57.

Elizabeth Ferguson:
Hastings County Marriages: Ferguson, Elizabeth H. married Peter Colt.

Elza Ferguson:
1850 MI. census, Lapeer Co. Metamora: Elza Ferguson age 58 wagon make born N Y.

Emma C. Ferguson:
Monroe Co. N.Y. Genealogy Site: Mendon Cemetery, Mendon, N.Y.; Ferguson, Emma c. (lot 88) died Dec. 22 1891 age 49
years, also Mrs. Marinda Clark, wife of Rev. Nelson, mother (lot 88) died Apr 5, 1872 age 65, Rev. Nelson, father (lot 88 died
Dec. 2, 1881 age 77.

Ervey B. Ferguson: (David, Charles, John)
Leith Wright, Hilton N.Y. Village Historian; Ervey B. Ferguson 1875 - 1957 married (Catherine) Emma Wright 1875 - 1970
and George W. Ferguson 1899 - 1920 Lot C 123 Parma Union Center. They had a daughter Violet Ferguson born 22 Sept
1896 Parma, who married Jay Wright.

George Nelson Ferguson: (Charles, John)
Letter from Ruth Radford: George Nelson Ferguson born April 14, 1850, died 30 May 1917, married Susan Gerusha
Snider born 22 Oct. 1852 died 13 Dec 1917, married at Frankford, Ontario, 9 Feb. 1868. Children (1) Mary Elizabeth
(Mayte) married Tom McInnis, (2) Frederick Leroy married Stella Swain (3) Maude Hattie married Roy Robinson (4) Franklin
George married Ida Gilbert (5) Carl Marvin married Pearl Crouch (6) Janet Zoe (Nettie) married Guy Sischo (7)Earle Leroy
married Ethyl Weir (8) Belle Alice married Charley Radford, Parents of George Ferguson were (?) John Ferguson from
Scotland & Aurinda Redin, who was 89 when she died. Both died in Rochester, New York. Children: (1) David married
Sarah (2) Catherine (Kitty married Lon Wandall (3) John, (4) Martha married Isaac VAnNess (5) Mary married Frank Wilson
(6) George married Susan Snider.
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: Susan G. Snider was born in 1852 at Frankford, Ontario, Canada & George
Nelson Ferguson who was born April 14 or 19, 1850 at Rochester, New York were married at Frankford, Ontario February 9,
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1868. George left school at the age of nine to work for a neighbor for $1.00 a week; he split wood for the cook stove at the
noon hour to pay for board; He gave his mother his wages. At age 17, (8 years later), he had saved $100.00. He bought
a team & plow, rented a farm at Frankford, Canada, married there one year later and came to Michigan in 1870, He worked
in lumber woods where Grayling is now for three years, bought 40 acres at Riley Center (where Fred & Maude were born),
then 100 acres Northwest of Berville, cleared off enough land to build a log house and barn; had 2 cows, 2 horses, 12
chickens. Gradually he cleared most of the farm. In 1894 he rented “Hallock” farm at Almont for 4 years (children received
High School education at this time). He came back to Berville in 1898. In 1904, he bought “Bailey” farm at North Street,
lived there till 1914, moved 1 mile east to North Road. Susan died there December 13, 1917. George died at Earl‟s farm
on May 30, 1929 of acute indigestion. (travesties and buttermilk). Susan had yellow jaundice. Last resting at Kinney
Cemetery on Vincent Road in Clyde Township, St. Clair County, Michigan, religion - Methodist.
Ferguson Family compiled by Belle Radford 1968: George married Susan Snider, children Mayte, Maude, Nettie, and Belle,
Fred, Frank, Carl and Earle, resided in St. Clair Co. MI.

George W. Ferguson:
Leith Wright, Hilton N.Y. Village Historian: George W. Ferguson 1899 - 1920.

Gordon Robinson:
Hand written letter from Gordon to Annette: Dear Annette, Enclosed find all I have on the Ferguson‟s. It is very good to
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hear from you and the fact that Cleo is still with us. She and Harold used to attend the Reunion the 2 Sunday of August at
Marysville Park. She always spoke of her 23 grandchildren. How about Maxine. I know Clara passed on. Uncle Fred
and Aunt Clara McMullen always stopped by when I was young and we were to Dryden several times. Fred and my father
were good friends, in fact they went to Montana circa 1900. Dad was working for Northern Pacific railroad as Station agent
at Silver Bow Junction, Fred never liked scheduled work house and he was busing Broncos for the U.S. Calvary. Queerly,
my father had a cousin at Almont with your same name. His uncle was Mordach Davis M.D., there was also a son, Harvey
who was a fireman for N.P.R.R. in Montana. We have five children, three of which live within 10 miles of us. Our
daughter is at Wheaten, Ill. And one son at Traverse City. I hope we can see you sometime, we‟re ½ miles from the
Veterans Hospital if you should know where that is. Keep in touch. Gordon. P.S. We went to Frankford, Ont. Several
years ago. Beautiful country up the Trent River. There were a few Hearn‟s there then, Garry and Florence. I had heard
that Grandpa Ferguson had received notice of an inheritance in Scotland, value not disclosed, so he did not go there to
claim it.

Hiram Ferguson: (William)
Hastings County Marriages: Ferguson, Hiram age 24 of Rawdon, son of William & Deborah, married 21 Feb. 1865, Ann
Seeley age 17 of Rawdon, daughter of Margin & Irena.

Israel Ferguson:
Historic Hastings by Gerald E. Boyce 1867-1967: With his brother-in-law, Lieutenant Israel Ferguson, Captain George
Singleton opened a trading post on the east side of Moira River, possibly on the lot reserved for the Mississaugas. Both
Singleton and Ferguson are believed to have died in 1789.

Jacob Ferguson:
Source Unknown: Jacob Ferguson - son David Ferguson married Elizabeth Smith.

James F. Ferguson: (Charles {of Almont, MI})
History of Lapeer County, MI.: page 49; James F. Ferguson was born at East Rush, Monroe Co. New York, May 7, 1848, the
same year his parents moved to Almont

James Ferguson: (Samuel)
Hastings County Marriages: Ferguson, James S., age 22 of Thurlow, Huntingdon, son of Samuel & Eliza married 21 Oct
1862 Mary A. Woodcock, age 19 of Huntingdon, Hungerford, daughter of Cornelius & Ann.

James Ferguson: (Matthew)
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Hastings County Marriages: Ferguson, James age 23 of Elzevir, born Ireland son of Matthew & Elizabeth married 13 Feb.
1860 Ellen Jane Baley age 22 of Madoc born CW, daughter of Claudia & Ellen.

Jeremiah Ferguson: (Israel)
Hastings County Marriages: Ferguson, Jeremiah age 24 of Prince Edward, Canada, son of Israel & Rebecca married 1 Jan
1863 Mary Jane Huston age 19 of Elzevir, br. Canada, daughter of Thomas & Drussilla.

John Ferguson:
1850 New York Census, Monroe Co.: Town of Gates page 257; John M. Ferguson age 32 male Butcher worth $1700. Born
New York, wife Alvira age 28 female born New York, son Nelson M. age 10 born NY attending school, daughter Minerva A.
age 8 attending school, daughter Mary E. age 5 born New York, attending school, daughter Frances age 2 born New York,
son George W. age 6/12 born New York, also John McCamery age 24 male laborer born Ireland.

John Ferguson:
1830 New York Census, Ontario Co.: page 19, John Ferguson; 1 male age 10-15, 1 male age 20-30, 1 male age 60-70, 1
female age 60-70
1840 New York Census, Ontario, Gorham: page 139, John Ferguson: 1 male age 20-30, 1 male age 60-70, 1 female age
10-15, 1 female age 60-70.
1850 New York Census Ontario County: John Ferguson, 248 Gorham; (1841 census also Gorham, 139

John Ferguson:
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Canadian Immigrant Records: John Ferguson, Emigrant Office, Kingston, 28 December 1840, Capital held 140 ? Pounds.

John Ferguson:
1851 Census, Canada, Ontario, Hastings Co., Huntington Twp; page 27 line 40 John Ferguson, born New York, Episcopal,
age 70

John Ferguson:
Historic Hastings by Gerald E. Boyce 1867-1967: page 32, To the early white settlers William Bell sold such articles as
farm implements, garden seeds, and tobacco, which were supplied him by Kingston merchant John Ferguson, who in turn
had contacts with Montreal merchants.
A Call To Arms, Chp. 7, page 36reparations for the eventuality of was had begun as early as 1798 when John Ferguson of
Kingston was named Lieutenant of a proposed Hastings County militia.
More Early District Court Records: The M.P.P.‟s At That Time: John Ferguson was a resident of Kingston, and was at one
time in trade in Thurlow, near Belleville, where probably, the first store in Hastings County was established.

John Ferguson:
1850 MI. census, Lapeer Co., Dryden: John Ferguson age 27, farmer, real estate worth $100., born New York, wife Cordelia
age 23 born Penn., children; Sarah age 3 born MI., Waren age 1 born MI.

John Ferguson: (Charles)
Leith Wright, Hilton N.Y. Village Historian: Ferguson, John 1854 - 1922, buried on Ezekiel Jewell lot, Ardella Jewell wife of
John Ferguson 1857 - 1941 lot D-29. Parma Union Center.
Ferguson Family compiled by Belle Radford 1968: John Ferguson married, name unknown, no children.
Source Unknown: John Ferguson born in Canada 18 Feb. 1854 died 22 June 1922, worked New York Central Railroad,
buried Parma Center.
Certificate of Death: John Ferguson, male, white, married, born Feb. 18, 1854, age 68 years 5 months 4 days, Occupation
Railway Flagman for New York Central, born Canada, father Charles Ferguson born Canada, mother Reddin born Canada,
Informant Geo. H. Lee of Hilton N.Y., Date of death June 22, 1922 cause of death Streptococcus infection in which
Erysipelas developed, duration of illness 14 days, Buried Parma Center on June 24, 1922, undertaker George Lee.

John Ferguson: (Henry)
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IGI: John Ferguson, born to Henry Ferguson and Sarah Armstrong, 21 July 1804 Schenectady (Duanesbury) New York.

John Ferguson: (John)
Ontario, Canada Marriages: Ferguson, John age 34 widower, of Oil City, merchant, son of John & Sarah Ferguson married
to Anna C. Allen age 27, spinster, of Marlbank, Ont. Daughter of W.G. D. A. Allen by Rev. E.A. Sanderson at Marlbank,
Ontario on 14 Dec. 1885.

John H. Ferguson:
www.qschooner.com: John H. Ferguson, event O.C. 28 Oct. 1835, residence, Hallowell, father Rozel Ferguson.

John M. Furgeson:
1850: John M. Ferguson age 32, male, white, butcher, born N.Y., wife Alvira ate 28 born N.Y., son Nelson age 10 born
N.Y., Minerva A. age 8 born N.Y., Mary E. age 5 born N.Y. and George W. age 6/12 born New York, also John McCamery
age 24 laborer, born Ireland
1855 Monroe Co. New York State Census: Gates, Dwelling #78, frame house valued at $800. Family #84; John Furgeson
age 40, male, born Vermont, married 1, resided in Gates 3 years, butcher, voter, owner of land, wife Elvira age 32 born
Rensseler, son Nelson age 15 born Monroe Co., daughter Minerva age 12, son Francis age 11, son George age 5, son John
age 3, son Charles age 1, and 2 domestics.
(Research needs to be done to see if he might be a brother to Charles born circa 1820. Both have daughters named Mary,
and John names his sons Nelson & George, while Charles names one son George Nelson)

John Ferguson:
Monroe Co. N.Y. Genealogy site: Ferguson, John 1855 - 1934 and Lucy M. Ferguson 1861 - 1942.

John Ferguson:
Scottish Settlers in North America: page 62; John Ferguson age 27, Weaver, Paisley, from Greenock to New York, May
1774 on the George, A. Bog.

Martha Ferguson: (Charles)
Lapeer Co., MI. Death Records: Book B, page 103; died 26 July 1899 _____Veness, male, white, born Almont, cause - lack
of development of hears; parents Isaac Veness and Martha Ferguson of Almont.
Lapeer Co., MI. Death Records: Book B, page 251, #11352; died 31 Aug 1907, Martha Veness, female, white, married, age
46 years 11 months 4 days, died Almont twp. Cause - carcinoma of right breast, born New York, Housewife, parents,
Charles Ferguson mother Aurinda Redman.
Ferguson Family compiled by Belle Radford 1968: Martha married Isaac Vannese, children Myrtle Fox, Roy & Clarence,
Frank & Roy, resided in Almont, MI.

Martha Ferguson:
Monroe Co. N.Y. Genealogy site: West Webster Cemetery, Webster, N.Y.; 28 years 11 months 20 days Martha Ferguson,
wife of Peter W. died June 23, 1888 age 86 years (error in documentation)

Martha Ferguson:
Hastings County Marriages: Ferguson, Martha married Hiram Rush

Marvin Carl Ferguson: (George, Charles)
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: Marvin Carl Ferguson born April 22, 1885 at Berville, died June 30, 1961 at
Gardendale, married (1) Anna Lewis (2 ) Pearl Crouch: Children (1) Dorothy Anna born February 22, 1908 at Berville, died
April, 1927: (2) George Nelson born January 4, 1913, (Frederick Carl born May 5, 1914, resides in Gardendale, MI..
Comments: Dorothy died in an auto accident on the way home from Port Huron High School after attending a senior class
program. George married Charlene. They had 1 child - Patricia. Fred married Bernetta Berden. He worked for
Prestolite & Mueller Brass in Port Huron.


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Mary Ferguson; (Charles)
Ferguson Family compiled by Belle Radford 1968: Mary Ferguson married Frank Wilson, children, Chester, Gertrude, &
Mable.

Mary Elizabeth Ferguson: (George, Charles)
Paternal Grandparent of Belle Ferguson Radford: Mary Elizabeth Ferguson (AKA Mayte) born April 18, 1873 at Detroit,
died August 31, 1965 at Port Huron, married (1) Edson Dulmage. He died about 1 year after marriage of pneumonia after
sawing ice and falling into lake. Married (2) Thomas R. McInnis who died December 21, 1961, Children; (1) George
Thomas McInnis born April 20, 1900 at Mt. Clemens, MI., died Sept 1950. (2) Mildred Maureen born February 24, 1903 at
Almont; (3) Hugh Garfield born February 10 1909 at Lansing died ? 1928. Comments: Mayte was very Victorian and carried
an allegiance to the British Crown. Tom was a very likeable white haired man. Son George was crippled (hunchback)
lawyer & judge. Hugh was killed about age 18, accordantly. He had a summer job as a boat hand at Toledo or Cleveland.
George married Edith Belcher & had two children - Bruce & Keith. Mildred married (1) Kenneth Mills, (2) Andres, (3)
Solomon Mischner. She had 3 children - Ross, Barbara & Robert. She was a social worker for the state.

Maude Hattie Ferguson: (George, Charles)
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: Maude Hattie Ferguson born December 9, 1878 at Riley Center, died Sept 23,
1951 at Detroit, MI., married Roy Harry Robinson, born July 12, 1878 at Armada, died June 22, 1949 at Detroit. They were
married May 15, 1901 at Berville. Children (1) Eyla Belle born January 26, 1902 at Almont, died Jan. 11, 1967: (2) Clair
Leroy born March 25, 1904 at Almont, died Sept. 1959; (3) Evelyn Irene born March 13, 1906 at Detroit, died June 30, 1971,
(4) Gordon Thomas born August 11, 1916 at Detroit. Comments: Roy worked and retired from Dept. of Streets & Railways
in Detroit. Eyla married William Bryant Miller. They had no children. She was crippled. Clair married Helen Mullen
(Nell). They had six children - Jack Leroy, Eyla Jean, Harold, Helen, Gerald & Roy who died in infancy. Clair was an
Engineer for Ford Motor Co. Eyla died of cancer at 19. Evelyn married (1) Carl L. Baum & (2) Clyde D. Tyndall. She had
2 children - Rodney Lee Baum & Sharon Tyndall. Evelyn worked for Campbell-Ewald Co. as a steno. Gordon married
Eva Marie Frank, February 1, 1936. They had 5 children - Thomas Owen, Dennis Neil, Gary Ross, Janice Marie, & Neil
Gordon. Gordon was a retail milkman and accountant for Great Lakes Steel.

Maxine Alice Ferguson: (Frederick, George, Charles, John)

Nettie Zoe Ferguson: (George, Charles, John)
Family Notes of Belle Ferguson Radford: Nettie Zoe Ferguson born Sept 12, 1888 at Berville, died Nov. 26, 1968 at
NorthStreet, married Guy Bernard Sischo. They had 3 children - Theodore Wesley, Marian, Roy Bernard, all born at
Northstreet, Comments: Theodore married Isabelle Cowan and they had 2 children - Stephen & David. Theo was a
farmer, property developer and realtor. Marian married Archie Cowan & they had 4 children - Robert, Margaret Jeanette,
John A. & Rodney G.. Marian was a post office clerk & Archie was a meat inspector for St. Clair County. Robert sunk in
the Bermuda Triangle. Margaret is a school teacher. Roy is a dairy farmer and never married.

Nina M. Ferguson: (Frederick, George, Charles, John)
St. Clair Co. Mi. Birth Records: Nina M. Ferguson, born Oct. 19, 1902 daughter of Floyd & Sadie Ferguson #7498. (Official
record is in error, as the parents first names are Fred and Estella).

Oliver Ferguson:
1851 Census, Sidney Twp., Hastings Co. Ont.: Ferguson, Oliver, Occ.-MW, born US, age 35, married

Peter Ferguson:
1851 Census, Canada, Ontario, Hastings Co., town of Trenton: page 16 line 44, Peter Ferguson, farmer, born Canada
West, Episcopal Methodist age 31 wife Jane age 23, son William Ferguson age 1.

Peter Ferguson:
History of Lapeer County, MI.: page 43; Peter Ferguson was born in Perthshire, Scotland, Oct 26, 1824. Worked his
father‟s farm in his boyhood, and at the age of 15 took charge of the farm, on account of ill health of his father. In 1845 he
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came to this country, and to Rochester, New York where he remained a few months, then came to Almont to visit and see
the country. He bought the place known as the Williams farm in section 23. After a short stay in Genesee Co. New York
he returned in the fall of 1846 to Almont. In 1847 he bought 100 acres in section 15 and 200 in section 14. In the fall of
1848 he made Almont his home and engaged in farming and buying and selling lands and village property. Has 15 houses
and seven stores in the village of Almont and 500 acres of land in the town. He drove the first drove of cattle that was taken
from the county.

Roy W. Furgeson: (David, Charles)
Record of Death: Village of Hilton, county of Monroe, state of New York, Register #117, Date of death Oct 15,1912, Roy W.
Furgeson age 25 years 11 months 7 da7s, single, white, Stockeeper, born Parma,, father David Furgeson born Canada,
mother Sarah Jordan born N.Y., place of death, Hilton, N.Y., cause Typhoid Pneum., indirect cause -Meningitis, duration of
disease 1 year 7 months, death reported by Mina Furgeson, buried Parma Center Oct 17, 1912.

Sarah Ferguson:
Newspaper Obit Mrs. Sarah C. Jordon Ferguson, widow of the late David Ferguson, entered into rest at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. William c. Lais, after an illness of seven months, Thursday evening, July 29, aged 90 years. Mrs. Ferguson
was born March 14, 1853, at Bloomfield, and came to Walker with her parents as a young girl. In 1879, she married David
Ferguson, a native of Canada. Besides her daughter she leaves one son, Ervy B. Ferguson: three grandchildren, Mrs. Jay
Wright of Syracuse, Mrs. Harold Fogarty of Rochester and Mrs. Harry Dilger of Hilton. Funeral services were held at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. William C. Lais, on Sunday afternoon. Interment in Parma Union Cemetery with Rev. I. Vincent
Lloyd officiating.

Sarah Ferguson:
Hastings County Marriages: Ferguson, Sarah married Ira A Vandervoort.

Stephen Ferguson:
1840 N. Y. census, Ontario Co. Gorham: page 139, (line following John Ferguson): Stephen Ferguson; 1 male age 0-5; 1
male age 10-15, 1 male age 30-40, 1 female age 0-5; 1 female age 10-15, 1 female age 20-30.

William Ferguson:
1850 MI. Census Lapeer Co., Almont: William Ferguson age 37, farmer, born Scotland, wife Jane, children; James age 12,
William age 8 born New York, Robert age 1 born MI., also Peter Ferguson, farmer age 32 born Scotland.

William Thomas Lewis VI:
Flint Journal Obit: Age 84, passed on Friday, December 17, 1993 at his residence in Grand Blanc. A private memorial
service was held for the family on Sunday. Mr. Lewis was born in Detroit, MI on August 8, 1909 and lived in Port Huron and
Flint. He married Maxine Alice Ferguson on February 23, 1929 in Bowling Green, Ohio. He was a member of the Port
Huron Chapter of the Elks, former owner of Lewis Hardware & Gift Shop in Flint and past member of Trinity Methodist
Church. He retired from Precision Tool & Die in 1980. His gentle strength will be greatly missed by his beloved wife,
Maxine, son, William T., VII and wife Mary of Indiantown, FL., daughter Mary Jean Borowski, son Jon E. and wife Margaret,
daughter, Linda and husband Guy Moxam,: brother, Albert R. Bender and wife Mary, eleven grandchildren and sixteen
great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Hill Funeral Home.

Furgeson, Yates:
Michigan census, year unknown: Dryden, Lapeer Co., page 25 (482), line 7 #173, 177; Furgeson, Yate age 47 male, white
married, born Michigan, parents born New York, farmer, in Michigan 47 years, wife Bell age 36 born Maine, parents born
Maine, 6 children - 5 living, daughter Caddie age 17 born MI., Son Fred age 14, daughter Jennie 11, daughter ? Eshel age
8, and Jessie age 6.




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GORHAM FAMILY Notes:

Anthony Gorham:
Landholders of Northeastern New York: 4/11/1797 & 6/29/1798 mor Gorham, Anthony: Champlain, CLI.

Polly Gorham:
1905 NY State Census, St. Lawrence co., Canton, Gorham, Polly M. Head of House, age 83, born U.S. & daughter Emily
age 55.




GRAVES Family Notes:

GRAVES:
My Slayton of New York & Mass, BY Joseph Hupp, Ancestry.com:
I) Henry Graves b: 1536 d: July 1590 & wife Margaret d: 1590.
II) John Graves d: before 15 Dec. 1637, wife Sarah Malter b: abt. 1575 d: abt 1605.
III) Thomas Graves b: 6 June 1605 d: 31 July 1653, wife Katherine Gray b: 30 June 1605 d: 21 Feb 1681/82.
IV) Joseph Graves b: 13 Apr. 1645 d: 18 July 1727 wife Elizabeth Maynard b: 26 May 1649 d: 18 July 1727.
V) Richard Graves b: 7 Apr 1672, wife Joanna b: abt 1679 d: 18 July 1727.
VI) Jonathan Graves b: 5 Apr 1701 d: 18 May 1743, wife Judith b: abt 1707 d: 10 Dec 1738.
VII) William Graves b: 12 May 1737.
VIII)Lebbeus Graves born 1768, wife Lucy May b: 1772.
IX) Lucy M Graves b: 17 Feb 1792 died 17 Feb 1871, husband Calvin Davis born 28 Feb. 1787 d: 15 March 1871.


A. C. Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: A. C. Graves married Sarah W. James at Le Roy on Sept. 4, 1855.

Adam Clarke Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: Adam Clarke Graves married Sarah W. James (both of Le Roy) at Le Roy on Sept. 4, 1855

Ann Eliza Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: Ann Eliza Graves died in Le Roy in July of 1858 at age 21.

Betsey Graves (Amos, Lebbeus, William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
Oakland Co. MI. Vital Records: Graves, Betsey married Snover, Daniel C. on 21 Oct. 1841, in Rochester, MI., both of
Washington Twp. Macomb Co. MI.
Oakland Co. MI. Vital Records: Snover, Betsey died 29 Dec. 1898, age 74 years 3 months 14 days widow, died Oxford, MI.
born NY, parents Graves, Amos and Martin, Betsey, wife of Daniel C. Snover.

Betsey Graves: (Lebbeus, William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
Oakland Co. MI. Vital Records: Miller, Betsey died 13 Sept 1871 age 83 years died at Addison twp. Born NY, cause Dropsy,
parents Libius Graves, mother Lucy M. both of Ohio.

Clara B. Graves: (Gilbert)
Macomb Co. Births: 15 April 1868, Clara B. Graves, female, born Washington twp. Parents, Gilbert O. and Hannah Graves,
born Michigan.

Clarinda Graves: (Lebbeus, William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
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Source Unknown: Clarinda Graves born 8 March 1797 Granville, NY Washington Co, father Libbeus born 1768 same place,
mother was Lucy May (surname) born same place about 1772. Sister of wife of Calvin Davis.

Dempsey Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: Mrs. Dempsey Graves died in Le Roy on Aug. 14, 1855 age 64 years.

Densey Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: Densey, wife of Joseph Graves died Aug. 13, 1855 age 66 years, buried in Myrtle St. Cemetery, in
Le Roy.

Ephraim Graves: (William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
Macomb Co, Mi. History 1874-1912: page 551, Ephraim Graves from Vermont, buyer in N.E. Romeo in 1827, one of the first
settlers.
1840 Census Index: Washington twp., Macomb Co. MI.; Ephraim Graves 2,0,2,1,0,0,1 & 0,1,0,1,2,0,1.

Henry Graves:
RootsWeb/ Slayton: Henry Graves born 1536 died 8 July 1590 married Margaret died 1590; Children (1) John died before
15 Dec. 1637; (2) Thomas born abt 1560 died 20 June 1603 married Joan Gibbs; (3) Hester born abt 1572, married Cooke:
(4) Robert born abt 1574 married Susanna May; (5) Mary born abt 1576 died before 1603, married Lane: (6) Joane born 17
July 1581; (7) Margaret born 2 May 1582; (8) William born 14 Apr. 1583.

Jeanette Graves: (Gilman E.)
Macomb Co. Births: 25 Nov. 1867 Jeanette Graves, female, legitimate, born Washington twp., parents, Gilman E. & Hannah
E. Graves both born New Jersey

Jennett Graves: (Libbeus)
Notes from Arthur Burris: Jennett daughter of Libbeus Graves died in Batavia April 22, 1833 age 2.

Jerome B. Graves:
Macomb Co. Marriages: Perkins, Hannah S. married Graves, Jerome B. on 20 Dec. 1847.

John Graves:
RootsWeb/ Slayton: John Graves died before 15 Dec. 1637, married Sarah Maler born about 1575, died about 1605;
Children (1) William born 1 Feb. 1598 (2) John born 10 Aug 1600 (3) Sarah born 13 Aug 1600: (4)Thomas born 6 June 1605,
died 31 July 1653, married Katherine Gray, born 30 June 1605, died 21 Feb. 1681; (5) Rebecca born 13 Dec 1607 married
George Margate; (6) Matthew born 5 March 1607/1608; (7) William born 18 March 1608/1609, died 3 March 1667, married
Elizabeth Diggins; (8) Henry born 15 March 1610/1611: (9) Anne born 11 April 1613, married John Shawe: (10) Susanna
born 16 June 1614; (11) Samuel born 9 Oct 1645: (12) Abraham born 13 Jan. 1616/1617, died abt 1689; (13) Nathaniel born
1 June 1618; (14) Robert born about 1620; married Susan Hoxton; (15) Joseph born abt 1625; married Mary Raymond; (16)
John died about 1665; {(17) Mary.

John C. Graves: (Amos, Lebbeus, William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
History of Macomb Co.: John C. Graves was born Aug. 22, 1828 in Leroy, Genesee Co., NY; is the son of Amos and Betsey
(Martin) Graves, natives of New York; his parents came to MI. in 1832 and settled in Washington: his father located on 240
acres on Section 7, on which he lived four years, when he sold 160 acres and went to Mt. Clemens, where he engaged in
keeping hotel and sold liquor three months; he then established a temperance house and continued its management to the
end of the year, when he went to Oakland, Co and engaged in farming, which he followed the remainder of his life; he died
Jan. 2, 1837; his wife died in May 1880 in Richmond, Macomb Co. Mr. Graves of this sketch was married Nov. 12, 1850
to Ann Eliza, daughter of William and Fanny Park of Washington, Macomb Co; she was born March 6, 1832 in Onondaga
Co. NY.; her parents settled on Section 7 in Washington in 1836, and engaged in farming; in May., 1877 they moved to the
village of Romeo where they now reside. Mr. and Mrs. Graves have four children, born as follows: Frances E. born August
23, 1852; Alice M. born October 24, 1853; Park C., born April 10, 1856; Carrie L. born February 15, 1860. Park was
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married, March 13, 1877 to Cora A. Thorington of Washington, and resides with his parents; Carrie is the wife of J. C.
Albertson, of Oxford, Oakland Co., Mr. and Mrs. Graves are member of the M.E. Church. Mr. Graves is a Republican in
politics; he has been all his life a farmer, and owns 205 acres of first-class land, with good dwelling and convenient
substantial outbuildings.

Jonathan Graves:
RootsWeb/ Slayton: Jonathan Graves born 5 April 1701 married Judith born about 1707, died 10 Dec. 1738: Children (1)
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Jonathan born 13 July 1729, married Ester Perry born 1729; (2) Thaddeus born 9 May 1731, married 1 Elizabeth Orton
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born about 1732, 2 Elizabeth Olds: (3) Samuel born 1733, married Phebe; (4) Martha born 18 Aug 1735, married Isaac
Pierce born 11 Oct 1731; (5) William born 12 May 1737:

Joseph Graves:
RootsWeb/ Slayton: Joseph Graves born 13 April 1645, died 18 July 1727, married Elizabeth Maynard born 26 May 1649,
died 5 June ?; Children (1) Samuel born 14 Feb. 1667 died 175?, married Anna; (2) Richard Graves born 7 Apr 1672,
married Joanna born abt 1679, died 18 July 1727; (3) John born 10 May 1674, died 9 April 1762, married Sarah Loker, died
12 June 1749; (5) Deliverance born 10 May 1674, married Mary Ross born 25 May 1656; (Mary born 23 May 1680; (6)
Ebenezer born 28 Feb 1682, died 6 Feb. 1---; (7) Hester born 3 April 1689.

Joseph Graves:
Macomb Co, Mi. History 1874-1912: page 550, Joseph Graves, buyer in N.E. Romeo in 1835
1840 Census Index: Washington twp., Macomb Co., MI. Joseph Graves 0,0,0,0,1 & 0,0,0,0,1

Lebbeus Graves:
Inhabitants of Killingly, Conn.: Graves, Lebbeus and father Richard, formerly residing in Sudbury, Mass.

Lebbeus Graves : (William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
1810 Census, New York, Genesee Co. Caledonia twp.: page 118, Graves, Labious, 2 males under 10; 1 male 10-16, 1
male 26-45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10-16, 2 females 16-26, 1 female 26-45, 1 female 45 & older.
1820 Census New York, LeRoy Twp. : Graves, Lebbious, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 16-18, 1 male 16-25, 1 male 26-44, 2
males 45 and older, 1 female 45 and older.
Family Group Sheet, L. Nielsen, Ashland, Oreg.: Lebeus Graves born about 1768,?Granville, Washington Co., NY, married
Lucy May born about 1772, Granville, Washington, NY. Daughter Clarinda born 8 March 1797 Granville, Washington Co,
NY married Daniel Stanton born 28 May 1795 Marcellus, Onondaga. NY, Died 9 Oct 1872 Panacea, Nevada.
RootsWeb/ Slayton: Lebbeus Graves born 1768, married Lucy May, daughter of Ephriam May, born 1772; Children; (1)
Mary Polly born 9 Jan 1785; married Stephen St. John (2) Lebbeus born 23 May 1787, died 28 March 1868, married
Lucena Graham died 12 August 1870, (3) Betsey born 6 Sept 1788, died 13 Sept 1871 married a Miller, (4) Lucy M., born 17
Feb. 1792 died 17 Feb. 1871, married Calvin Davis, born 28 Feb. 1787 died 15 March 1871(5) Clarinda born 8 March 1797
died 16 July 1886, married Daniel Stanton born 28 May 1795 died 9 Oct 1872, (6) William born 1799, (7) Amos born 21 Oct
1800 died 17 Jan 1837, married Betsy Martin born 14 Dec 1799 died 30 May 1880.
Early History of Washington Two., Macomb Co.: The buyers of government land in section 6 and section 7, were, Amos
Graves and Lebbeus Graves in 1832 and 1834.
Contingent Expense Award: War of 1812, Lebeus Graves, application made Sept 1857 at age 70. Capt. Daniel Buel‟s Co.
Major P. Adams‟ Batt‟n Volunteer Militia. Company Muster Roll Dec. 20, 1813 to Jan 5, 1814. Appointment Dec. 20, 1813
to Jan 5, 1814. Served 17 days, pay amount $4.38.
Macomb Co, Mi. History 1874-1912: page 549, Buyers of the North East Romeo Sec. 1, Amos Graves and Lebbeus Graves
in 1832, also Lebbeus Graves Jr. in 1834.

Libbeus Graves Jr.: (Libbeus, William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
1810 Census, New York, Genesee Co. Caledonia twp.: page 118, Labious Graves Jr.: 1 male under 10, 1 male under
16-26, 2 females under 10, 1 female 16-26.
Kent Co. MI., Death Records: Graves, Libeaus Male, married, age 80 years 10 months 5 days, ?born Grand Rapids, died 28
March 1868 at Grand Rapids, cause, Killed by an accident pat---.
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Louisa Phelps Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: Louisa Phelps wife of William O. Graves died in Le Roy on August 27, 1853 age 21.

Lucinda Graves:
Early Macomb Co Marriages; Vol 19 fall 1955 page 24: 6 Aug 1835, Samuel B. Spencer married Lucinda Graves, both of
Washington Twp.

Lucy Graves: (Lebbeus, William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
My Slayton‟s of New York and Massachusetts: Joseph Hupp: Lucy M. Graves was born 17 Feb. 1792 in New York, and
died 17 Feb. 1871 in Addison twp., Oakland, MI. She married Calvin Davis 5 Feb. 1810 in Leroy, Genesee, NY. He was
born 28 Feb. 1787 in Connecticut, and died 15 March 1871 in Oakland Co. Michigan: Children (1) Leonard, (2) Philander,
(3) Emaline, (4) James, (5) Asher, (6) Mary (7) Jeannette L. (8) Francis L. (9) Adeline (10) Lucy May.
RootsWeb/ Slayton: Lucy M. Graves married Calvin Davis; Children; (1) Leonard Davis, (2) Philander Davis, (3)Emaline
Davis, (4)James Davis, (5)Asher Davis, (6) Mary E. Davis, (7) Jeannette L. Davis, (8) Francis L. Davis, (9) Adeline Davis
(10) Lucy May Davis.
Declaration of a Widow for Pension: War of 1812at age 76 Lucy Davis applied for Military pension through her deceased
husband Calvin Davis who served in the Military enrolled in Captain Buels NY Militia at Leroy, NY. In May 1813. Petition
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states Lucy Graves married Calvin Davis on the 5 day of Feb. 1810 in Leroy, Genesee Co. NY and said husband died at
                   th
Addison, on the 15 of March 1871
Oakland Co. MI. Vital Records: Davis, Lucy, died in Addison twp. Oakland co., widow, 17 Feb. 1880, age 88 years born
1792 parents Libeus & Lucy M. Graves

Mary Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: Mary E. Graves died July 9, 1858, age 21 years, buried in Myrtle St. Cemetery, in Le Roy.

Mathias Graves:
Early Macomb Co Marriages; Vol 19 fall 1955 page 24: 2 June 1831, Mathias Graves to Rosilla Rulglost, of Shelby Twp. By
Able Warren, M.E. church.


Philander Graves:
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Bee Rd. Cemetery, Town of Granville, NY: Philander Graves died July 4, 1887 age 59, Co. G. 123 NY Infantry.

Polly Graves: (Lebbeus, William, Jonathan, Richard, Joseph, Thomas, John, Henry)
Macomb Co, Mi. History 1874-1912: page 550, Polly Graves and Samuel Thompson, buyer in N.E. Romeo in 1836. Page
551, Polly Graves - one of 7 women purchasing land from the government.

Richard Graves
RootsWeb/ Slayton: Richard Graves born 7 Apr 1672, married Joanna born abt 1679, died 18 July 1727: Children (1)
Jonathan born 5 April 1701, married Judith; (2) Keturah born 30 April 1703, married Josiah Pratt (3) Lebbeus born 22 June
1705, married Amity Whitney born 6 Oct 1712; (4) Joanna born 22 Nov 1707, married Nathaniel Childs: (5) Richard born 9
Sept 1709, married Patience Grout: (6) Abigail born 22 Apr 1714, married Josiah Wright; (7) Josiah born 7 Feb. 1717,
married Beulah Treadway; (8) Mary Graves born 2 April 1719.

Thelma Graves:
Baird Newton Funeral Home Obit:, Graves, Thelma O., age 87, of Harrison, died Sunday, December 27, 1987 at the Fisher
Convalescent Home of Mayville. Burial in the Mt. Hope Cemetery. Mrs. Graves was born in Michigan on March 17, 1900.
She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving are: 4 nephews: Michael, Marshall, Ronald and Myron
Angle: 2 Nieces: Thelma Judd, Janice Sparks; sister-in-law: Bessie Watmuss. She was preceded in death by her husband
Paul in 1970.


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Thomas Graves:
RootsWeb/ Slayton: Thomas Graves born 6 June 1605, died 31 July 1653, married Katherine Gray, born 30 June 1605, died
21 Feb. 1681; Children (1) Rebecca born abt. 1631, died 8 Oct. 1664, married Samuel Adams; (2) John Graves born abt
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1633, married Sarah; (3) William born abt 1636; (4) Thomas born about 1638, died 30 May 1697, married 1 Elizabeth
             nd
Hagburne, 2 Sarah Stedman; (5) Nathaniel born 5 Nov. 1639, died 12 Feb 1679, married Elizabeth Russell; (6) Susanna
born 8 July 1643 died 23 July 1681, married Zachariah Symmes; (7) Joseph born 13 April 1645, died 18 July 1727, married
Elizabeth Maynard, born 26 May 1649, died 5 June ?.

Samuel Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: Samuel Graves born 1777, died in Le Roy in August 1853 at age 76.

Samuel Graves:
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Deaths from Monroe County N.Y. Newspaper 1823 – 1830: Died in Wheatland on the 31 ult., Mrs. Betsey Graves, wife o
Mr. Samuel B. Graves aged 44 years. Mrs Graves was a professor of the religion of Jesus. (Sept. 11, 1827 – Monroe
Republican and Rochester Mercury).

Sophia Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: Sophia wife of William Graves died Dec. 11, 1833, age 29, buried in Myrtle St. Cemetery in Le Roy.

William Graves:
1790 Census, New York: Columbia Co. Hudson twp., William Graves 2/6/4
1800 Census, New York, Onondaga Co., Marcellus twp., 2/1/1
1810 Census, New York, Genesee Co. Caledonia twp.: page 118, Graves, Wm. 1 male under 10; 1 male 26-45, 2 females
under 10, 1 female 16-26
1820 Census, New York: Genesee Co. LeRoy.
RootsWeb/ Slayton: William Graves born 12 May 1737, wife unknown: Children (1) Asahel; (2) Ephraim (3) daughter,
married Hosea Day; (4) daughter married Ephraim Dennison; (5) Lebbeus born 1768, married Lucy May born 1772; (6)
William born 6 July 1769, married Lucy North born 22 Feb 1774

William Graves:
Bee Rd. Cemetery, Town of Granville, NY: William Graves born 1820 died 1876, and wife Mary A Chapins born 1829 died
1903

William Graves:
Notes from Arthur Burris: William Graves formerly of Le Roy died in California in Feb. 1850.




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Keith/Keeth Family Notes:

Albert Keeth:
1850 Clarkson NY census: Albert Keeth living with Silas Walbridge ( who had a tavern) age 20, Physician born N.Y.

Asa Keith:
Commerce Cemetery, Commerce Twp., Oakland Co. MI.: Asa Keith died April 15, 1883 age 83, Amy Keith died July 19,
1855, also Julia and Riley.

Charles Keith: (William)
Blossom Cemetery: Charles Keeth - son of Wm. & Ester Keeth, died 27 Aug. 1847 age 13, buried next to his mother.

Edward B. Keith:
Commerce Cemetery, Commerce Twp., Oakland Co. MI.: Lot 20, Keith Estate, Keith monument; Edward B Keith 1875 -
1957 Husband, Lillian A. his wife 1882 - 10/10/1962, and Irene E. 3/26/1909 - 1/10/1910 daughter of Edward and Lillian.

Elcey M. Keith: (William)
Lapeer Co. Death Records: page 70, 5 Oct. 1897, Elcey M. Sutphen, female, white, widow, age 79 years 5 months 16
days, died in Almont, cause Paralysis, born New York, father William Keeth, mother Esther Murray, resident of Almont, MI.

Emma (Keith) Norton: (Simmons)
Lapeer Co. Death Records: page 325, #12975; 7 Nov. 1911 Emma Norton age 68 died Lapeer city, Heart failure, born New
York, parents Simmons Keeth , mother Synthia Lewis of New York.

Esther A. Keeth: (Mr. Murray)
Cemetery Records, Hamlin, Monroe Co. NY. Esther A. Keeth wife of William Keeth died Sept. 25, 1865 age 74 years.
Buried in Blossom Cemetery, next to her son Charles who died Aug. 27, 1847 at the age of 13 years.

Harriet Keith: (Horace)
Commerce Cemetery, Commerce Twp., Oakland Co. MI.: Lot 16; Keith, Harriet, 18 Sept 1867, age 3 years 1 month 6 days,
West Bloomfield, daughter of Horace M. & Mary.

Hattie Keith: (Horace)
Commerce Cemetery, Commerce Twp., Oakland Co. MI.: Lot 16, Keith, Hattie, 1870 - 1883 daughter of H. & M. Keith.

Horace Keith:
Commerce Cemetery, Commerce Twp., Oakland Co. MI.: Lot 87; Horace M. Keith 1826 - 1903, Mary, his wife 1833 - 1911;
James H. 1860 - 1929, and Frances Keith Ledyard 1858 - 1932

Isaac Keith:
Connecticut Nutmegger, Marriages, Town of Ashford: Isaac of Boston, Mass, Married Abigail Dean of Ashford 8 Feb. 1829.

James Keith:
1850 New York, Monroe Co., Town of Clarkston, page 143, Clarkston; laborer on Phil Allen Farm - James Keith age 28.

John Keith:
Connecticut Nutmegger, Marriages, Town of Ashford: John married Mrs. Lucinda Brown, both of Eastford Conn. 16 Mar.
1840.

John Keeth:
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1880 U.S. census: Michigan, Lapeer co., Lapeer City, John D. Keeth age 64 born New York, Blacksmith parents born Conn.,
wife Sarah J. age 55 born NY, son Carson L. age 22 born NY, Farmer.

John Keith:
1894 Census, Lapeer Twp. Lapeer, Co., MI: page 3, dwelling #12, family #13; Keith, John; white, male, age 40, married,
farmer, born NY parents born NY 18 yrs in MI., wife Livonia M. age 39 born in MI. 7 children, Essie age 16, Ella age 15, Lucy
age 12, Blanche age 11, Ida age 8, ? Rafe H. age 6, Myrta B. age 3/12, and John D. age 78 retired farmer born NY, parents
born Conn. In MI 18 Years.

John D. Keeth: (William)
1850 Clarkson NY. Census; John Keeth age 34, blacksmith, born NY, wife Sarah age 26 born, NY, Wm. H. age 7 student
born NY, Esther age 4 born NY., Mary age 6 months born NY.
1865 Census: Hamlin, NY: William Keeth age 75 born Conn. Married 1 time, and Esther Keeth age 74 born Conn. Married 1
time, residing in $600 wood dwelling, parent, land owner., separated from: John Keeth age 49 male, born Jefferson
married 1 time, Blacksmith, wife Sarah J. age 41 female, born Monroe Co., married 1 time, daughter Mary J. age 16, born
Monroe Co, single, son John D. age 12, born Monroe Co., son Thomas L. (C.) 8 months, born Orleans Co. (On Schedule of
Industry section of census, John Keeth has $200 capital invested; Raw materials; Iron and coal -- value $200. Annual
product: $500 value.
1880 Census, MI., Lapeer Co. Hadley twp.; page 379, dwelling #195, family #200; Keeth, John age 68 married farmer born
N.Y., parents born Conn. In MI. 9 yrs, wife Sarah J. age 60 born NY, son Carson age 26 born NY.
Lapeer Co Death Records: John D. Keeth, book 2 page 50 #6461, 3 Aug 1895, male, white, widower, age 78 years 4
months 18 days, died in Almont, cause ??Curfo ing Paralysis, born N.Y., Blacksmith, parents - Keeth.

John Keith:
1875 Hamlin Census: John Keeth age 59 born Oneida Co. NY, married, Blacksmith residing in $300 frame dwelling, Mary
Jane age 51 born Monroe Co., son John age 21 born Monroe Co, wagon maker, and son Carson age 17 born Orleans Co.

Leon Keith:
Commerce Cemetery, Commerce Twp., Oakland Co. MI.: Lot 85; Leon Keith - 1925. (paid for on 12/25/1929 by A. Tripp)

Lovina Keith:
1880 Census, MI., Lapeer Co. Hadley twp.; page 149, Dwelling 195, family #109; Dexter, Albert C. age 36, Farmer born
N.Y., age 36, Ellen age 35 wife born N.Y., Lovina Keith age 52 mother-in-law born in N.Y. in Mi. 6 months.

Mary Jane Keeth:
Marriage records, Hamlin, NY. Nov 11, 1866 by Rev. Wm. Putnam: Mr. Zebulon Goodrich married Miss Mary Jane Keeth,
both of Hamlin.

Matilda Keith:
Early Conn. Marriages: Thompson, Windham Co.; Asa Dresser and Matilda Keith married 1 Jan 1789.

Merrill A. Keith:
Connecticut Nutmegger, Marriages, Town of Ashford: Merrill A. married Mary W. Olney, both of Ashford 30 Sept. 1831.

Myrtle Keeth:
Lapeer Legacy: Vol 16 #2: Birth Records, Keeth Myrtle female, born Lapeer, 11 Feb. 1894, mother Livoma born MI, father
John born New York.

Riley Keith:
Commerce Cemetery, Commerce Twp., Oakland Co. MI.: Lot 85: Riley W. Keith born 1/29/1851 - died 12/12/1924, his wife
Viola C. Tripp 6/7/1852 - 6/12/1929, Blanche S. 189 - , Leon H. 1890 -


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Royal Keith:
Connecticut Nutmegger, Marriages, Town of Ashford: Royal of Douglass, Mass - married Martha Butler of Ashford 2 May
1837.

Ruth Keith:
Early Conn. Marriages: Thompson, Windham Co.; John Read Watson and Ruth Keith married on 15 March 1787

Simmons Keeth:
Lapeer Co. MI. Death Records: page 325, #12975, 7 Nov. 1911, Emma H. Norton age 68 years died Lapeer City, Heart
Failure, born New York, parents Simmons Keeth and Synthia Lewis, New York.

Wilber Keith: (Ripley)
MI. Death Record: 15 Sept. 1883, Wilbur Keith, male, white, single, age 1 month, cause Cholera, born MI. died in Milford, MI.
parents, Ripley & Ella Keith.

William Keith:
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Service books: William Keith, Detroit, Co. F., 5 Cal. 2 Liet., age 30, resides at Bay City, MI.

William Keith:
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Roster of Soldiers in Civil War: (from Penfield NY) William Keith, Blacksmith, Co. A. 8 Cav., Enlisted 31 Aug. 1862.

William Henry Keith:
Family Group Sheet of Mrs. Ralph H. (Keeth) Miller: William Henry Keeth born Conn. 1790, died after 1875, married Esther
A. born Conn. 1791, died Sept 25, 1865, buried Blossom Cemetery Hamlin NY.; son James W. Keeth born 1822 -23,
Clarkson, New York, married Salome Wood Patterson born June 26, 1824 Bristol, NY.. Child of James and Salome Keeth
was William Henry Keeth born Oct 10, 1847 Clarkson, N. Y., who moved to Holly Twp. Michigan before 1850.
1830 Census, Clarkson, NY. William Keeth: males 1 under (Charles born 1834, 1 between 5 & 10 ( James W. born 1822), 1
between 10 & 15 (John D. born 1816, 1 between 40 & 50 ( William born 1790); females 1 between 10 & 15 (Elsie born 1818),
1 between 15 & 20 ??) and 1 between 50 & 60 (Esther )
1840 Census, Clarkson, NY.: William Keeth; males 1 between 5 & 10 (Charles), 1 between 5 & 10 (James), 1 between 50
& 60 (William); 1 female between 40 & 50 (Esther).
1850 New York, Monroe Co., Town of Clarkston, page 143, line 41, #71, #73: William Keeth, age 60, blacksmith, worth
$100, born Conn., wife Esther age 59 born Conn.
1855 New York State census, Town of Hamlin (Union); Dwelling #35, Frame house, worth $250., family #35: William Keith
age 63 born Conn., married, residing in county for 25 years, Blacksmith, voter, owner of land, wife Esther Keith age 62 living
in county for 25 years.
1865 Census: Hamlin, NY: William Keeth age 75 born Conn. Married 1 time, and Esther Keeth age 74 born Conn. Married 1
time, residing in $600 wood dwelling, parent, land owner., separated from: John Keeth age 49 male, born Jefferson
married 1 time, Blacksmith, wife Sarah J. age 41 female, born Monroe Co., married 1 time, daughter Mary J. age 16, born
Monroe Co, single, son John D. age 12, born Monroe Co., son Thomas L. (C.) 8 months, born Orleans Co. (On Schedule of
Industry section of census, John Keeth has $200 capital invested; Raw materials; Iron and coal -- value $200. Annual
product: $500 value.
1870 Michigan census, Lapeer Co. Dryden twp. #348, 353: residing with son-in-law & daughter William & Elsie Sutphen -
William Keith age 80, male, white, retired farmer, born Conn.
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LAMBERTSON FAMILY Notes:

Researchers of MI. Lambertson‟s:
                              Barbara Stafford of Oxford, MI.
                                     Wayne McMeans, deceased         1987

Find George B. Lambertson married to Mary Ann Van Sykle - do they have a daughter in the 1840 census between 0-5?
This might be my Elizabeth. Elizabeth has two children, George and Mary Ann. Her parents are never identified.
Another possibility would be Abram and Mary Lambertson, parents of Sarah who marries Philander Davis, brother of James
Davis.
James Davis age 22 married Elizabeth Lambertson age 16 on 4/27/1843. They had two children , George and Mary Ann.
Their daughter Mary A. Davis age 22 of Addison married Scott Wilder age 24 of Metamora on 3/2/1866.

Lambertson Given Names, Repetition and known Parents:
LAWRENCE:
      Lawrence, Sr. Died 11 Dec 1810
      Lawrence, Br. 27 Sept 1817 D. 27 Aug 1861 - Andrew Lomason & Christian Smith
      Lawrence, Br. 10 Jan. 1827 D. 28 June 1912 - David Lambertson
      Lawrence, Br. circa 1860 - Charles & Lillian Lambertson
JOHN:
      John, Prv‟t in Rev. War, Sussex Co. NJ.
      John, Br. 23 July 1800, D. 25 Dec. 1856 - parents unknown
      John, Br. 14 Sept 1808, D. 25 Dec. 1868 - Christopher & Mary Lambertson
ANDREW:
      Andrew, Br. 18 Nov. 1781, D. 28 Aug. 1827, - Lawrence & Bridget Lambertson
      Andrew, Br. Aug. 1800, D. 1 July 1876, - Thomas & Hannah Lambertson
      Andrew, Br. 7 June 1822-24, D. 5 Feb. 1900 - Edward & Mary Lambertson
      Andrew, Br. 11 Dec. 1827, D. 15 Apr. 1846 - Andrew & Christian Lambertson
      Andrew, Br. 1828, D. 2 June 1875 - Abraham & Mary Lambertson.
      Andrew, Br. 20 Oct. 1834, D. 28 Dec. 1869, - Andrew & Jane Lambertson
GEORGE:
      George, Br. Circa 1790 - Peter & Mary (Lambertson) Jacoby
      George, Br. 1795, D. 1883, - parents unknown
      George, Br. 1822, D. 5 Feb. 1900, - Christopher & Mary Lambertson
      George, Br. 7 June 1822/24, D. 5 Feb. 1900, - Edward & Mary Lambertson
      George Br. 15 Oct., 1823/24, D. 16 June 1903 - Abraham & Mary Lambertson
      George, Br. 8 Aug 1829, D. 5 Dec. 1901, - Peter Lambertson
      George, Br. 6 Sept. 1838, D. 22 July 1889 - John L. & Mary Lambertson
      George, Br. 1848, D. 1849 - James & Elizabeth (Lambertson) Davis
      George, Br. 1854, - Abraham & Elizabeth Lambertson
      George, Br. 1862 - Joseph Lomason
      George, Br. 1864, - Lawrence W. & Corinda Lambertson
ELIZABETH:
      Elizabeth, Br. 1791, D. 3/8/1868, - Abraham Lambertson
      Elizabeth, Br. 1801, D. 28 May 1881, - Christopher & Mary Lambertson
      Elizabeth, Br. 1827, D. 1865, - parents unknown
      Elizabeth, Br. 9 June 1841, D. 5 March 1899, - John & Catherine Lambertson

CHRISTOPHER LAMBERTSON AND HIS DESCENDANTS 1779-1858: written by Wayne McMeans
Christopher & Mary and probably all of their children came to Michigan between 1840 and 1850. Undoubtedly all of their
children were born in New Jersey. Most of them were married before coming to Michigan. This family came from Oxford
Twp., Warren Co., New Jersey.
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The William Lambertson family lived on the West died of Rochester Road and about 15 rods north of Romeo Rd. when
Mackey was born in 1854. Later they lived on Letts Rd. in Oakland Twp.
In December, 1871, William Lambertson bought the 40 acres on the northwest corner of Ray Rd. and Hosner Rd. Mackey,
and I assume his brothers and sisters, attended the Arnold School, then called The Little Red School. As they moved to
Ray Rd. after Mackey started „working out‟, he must have attended the Little Red School winters only. Elizabeth sold the
farm to Walter Porter in 1892. My mother often told of visiting her grandmother in the log cabin on this farm. Her
grandmother would go all winter without the expenditure of cash = if she must have something from a store, she traded dried
apples for it. Andrew Althouse can remember the cabin, but it was unoccupied in his time. The Lambertsons were likely
the last ones to use it.
Mackey started working out when he was 16, but he was home and helped care for one, possibly both, of his sisters in her
final illness. Eva born 1860 died 1873 Anna born 1862 died 1874.
Mackey was working a farm near Whigville and his sister, Hannah, kept house for him when he met my grandmother.
During their married life they lived near Whigville, near Washington, and on the corner of Oakwood Rd. and Gardner Rd.
before buying the Hundred on Noble Rd. Their only son, Millard, eight years older than I, died of influenza November 10,
1918.
Mackey Lambertson, my grandfather, was almost totally bald; as am I. My grandmother once said that she never saw her
husband with hair on the top of his head. I do not have proof but it appears that baldness was hereditary and dominate in
the Raub family.
Mackey‟s brother, Charles, lived in Oxford for many years. In my memory he lived in a house on what is now the village
park. He sold the property to the village. His wife, Julia, was the Spiritualist and, I believe, the two younger daughter also
were. On my first day in high school, I was most embarrassed by ripping my pants. I went down and got Aunt Julia to sew
them.
Elizabeth Lambertson, my great-grandmother, lived for several years prior to her death, in a house on Mechanic Street,
Oxford, where the Social Brethren Church now stands. I think she moved there when she sold the farm on Ray Road. I
always enjoyed the times when she came to our home to stay - usually about a week. She once told us about going for the
cows when she was a little girl and seeing some bears go up a tree. She also had some memory of Indians around
Lakeville. I was a pallbearer at my great-grandmother‟s funeral.
Some of the pleasantest memories of my boyhood are of times with my grandfather. Quite often I would walk down the
road to Grandma‟s house to stay all night. I always slept in the kitchen bedroom and would get up when I smelled
breakfast. Breakfast was nearly always buckwheat pancakes and fried pork. Grandpa raised his own buckwheat and had
it ground. I still like buckwheat pancakes!
I recall one summer that Grandpa and I both read a serial story that ran in a country magazine to which he subscribed. I am
sure we both enjoyed the story twice as much through talking it over together. The story concerned frontier days - nothing
classical.
For weeks after the death of my Uncle Millard, I spent the most of my time at my grandparents. My own grief was pushed
aside by their greater need. I can still picture my grandfather as I saw him - sitting on the barn floor crying. My own sense
of loss seemed to catch up with me all at once - but it was months after my uncles‟ death.
The album which I have prepared to accompany these records has some good pictures of my grandparents and especially
of my Grandpa & me.          Signed - Wayne McMeans, October 1976


THE LAMBERTSON - Wayne McMeans:
In completing the research on the Lambertsons I have had considerable help from research done by Mrs. William (Barbara)
Stafford of Leonard. Her husband is descended from the Lambertsons. Of course, research of this kind is never
complete. There are a few points which I hope to clear up within the next few months.
There are a few places where available evidence is not quite conclusive. In such cases I have charted descent as seemed
most likely. In the case of Christopher and Mary and their descendants, I am reasonably certain of the correctness of my
entries with the following exceptions:
1. Birth date of their daughter, Elizabeth: Several different dates emerge at different times in her life. As she got old, she
seems to have given her age as older than she actually was..



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2. Their son, George: That Christopher and Mary had a son, George, is quite certain. As to which George was their son,
the picture is not so clear. If he is the one that married Rebecca Mann, sister to John‟s wife, then he was born in 1822 and
died 1900.
3. Christian Lambertson: There is some reason for thinking that Christian and Christopher (the elder) were one and the
same. There are one or two references that seem to indicate that they were different persons but contemporaries.
Note that there are four „lines‟ of Lambertson descent -- possibly more:
         Christopher & Mary
         Edward & Mary
         Abram & Mary Cassidy
         George B. & Mary
We - all descendants of Mackey, Charles, Hannah Lambertson Allen, Lottie Ryman Griffin, Burt Layton, MD Lambertson,
and others are descended from Christopher & Mary. Vern, Lucius, Jay, Arthur, and Edward (Eddie) are descended from
Christopher & Mary on their mother‟s side but from Edward & Mary on their father‟s side. The children of Thomas & Eliza
Ribble Lambertson were descended from Christopher and Mary on their father‟s side but from Edward & Mary on their
mother‟s side.
Sarah Davis of Lakeville and William Stafford of Leonard are descended from Abram & Mary Cassidy Lambertson.
The question arises: Were Christopher, Edward, Abram, and George related? Their dates of birth were such that they
could have been brothers or cousins. They all came to Michigan from Warren Co. N.J. They seem to have come mostly
from Oxford and Paquaharry twps.,
Following are some miscellaneous notes that, as yet, do not seem to fit in. I put them here to preserve them in the hope that
they will be helpful as further research is done.
I. Oakland Co. Death Records:
         Hannah Lambertson, d. 1882, age 73 years., b. N.J., widow, parents John & Hannah. Probably her maiden name
was not Lambertson. Who was her husband? He would be the Lambertson.
II. Rupp‟s Immigration List page 201, Philadelphia; 15 Sept. 1749; Christopher Lambertson passenger on ship
Edinborough, master - James Russell. This man was probably at least 16 years old at that time because male passengers
16 and over had to sign the captain‟s list. I wonder where this ship sailed from?
III. Oakland Co. Marriage Records: James Davis age 22 married Elizabeth Lambertson, age 16 on 29 April 1843 (It
seems that Elizabeth should fit into one of the four lines mentioned above.)
IV. From Barbara Stafford‟s notes:
         Josephine Lambertson married > Boice; Children, May, Hazel, & Mabel. Mary married ? Jones (Gerls Smith
tells me that this was Ben Jones who worked for Parke, Davis, for years.)
Mary raised Mary Jane and Bill Boice. Hazel raised Harry Boice. The three were siblings. (I wonder if Josephine had a
son, father of these three?)
(Josephine, too, should fit into one of the four family „lines‟.)
V. In notes left by MD Lambertson there is a reference to John Lambertson in 1632. I haven‟t seen the item and I do not
know in what respect he is referred to. But it sounds interesting. I assume these notes are in the possession of Harold
Lambertson or his mother Zilphia.
                  Signed: Wayne McMeans September, 1976
Abraham (Edward) Lambertson:
1830 N.J. Census: Pahaquarry twp., Warren Co. N.J., Abram Lambertson age between 40 and 50, 1 male age 5 to 10, 1
female below age 5, 3 females between age 5 and 10, 1 female between age 20 and 30.
Family Group Sheet; W. M.: Abram Lambertson born 1793 NJ., died 8 March 1868 Metamora, Lapeer Co., MI., married
Mary Cassidy born 1802 New York, died Metamora. Children 1. George W. born 15 Sept. 1824 NJ. Died 16 June 1903,
Married Lydia Adeline (2 or 3 children); 2. Sarah born 1827 died 22 June 1875, married Philander Davis; 3. Andrew J. born
1830 died 22 June 1875, married Elizabeth Lambertson.
1830 Census: Pahaquarry twp., Warren Co., N.J. Abram Lambertson; 40 not yet 50 years old, 1 male age 5 not yet 10
(George W.), 1 female under 5, (probably Sarah), 3 females 5 not yet 10 (possibly Elizabeth, and two more), and 1 female 20
not yet 30 ( wife Mary)
1840 MI. Census; Oakland Co. Oakland Twp.: Abraham Lambertson: 1 male under 5 years, 1 male 5 - 10 years, 1 males
15 - 20 years, 1 male 20 - 30 years, 1 male 40 - 50 years (Abraham): 1 female 5 - 10 years 1 female 10 - 15 years, 1 female
15 - 20 years, 1 female 20 - 30 years, 1 female 40 - 50 years (Mary). Note: Names of seven of the eight children might be:
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William born 1811, Elizabeth born 1822, Geo. W. born 1814 or 1823, Sarah born 1825 Andrew born 1829, Nancy Ann born
1832, and Luvine.
MI. Hist. Comm., Tax Rolls 1844: ? Christian (most likely Christopher) Lambertson SW¼ of the SW14 of Sect. 35 - 40
acres, value - $80.00 Addison twp., also Se¼ of the SE¼ of Sect. 34 - 40 acres, value $50. Note: listed under this listing is
Abram Lamberson, who paid only a personal tax, not a property tax, then William Lambertson, paid only a personal tax, and
then Philander Davis.
1850 Census, MI. Oakland Co.: Edward Lamberson age 55, Mary age 48, George M. age 36, and Andrew J. age 20, Nancy
Robell age 18 and Mathew D. Robell age 23.
Family Group Record, by W.M.: Edward Lambertson born 1795 NJ, died MI., wife Mary born 1802 NJ, died 8 March 1868
MI., children: George M. Lambertson born 1814 or 1824 NJ, died 1900, married Rebecca Mann (4 children): Andrew J. born
1829 NJ, married Elizabeth Lambertson (5 children): Nancy Ann born 1832 NJ., married Matthew D. Ribble (3 children).
Note; this family came to Michigan in 1837. Edward is listed in the 1850 census, Addison twp., shoemaker. The family
consisted of Edward, Mary, George A., Andrew J., M.D. Ribble, and Nancy Ribble. This is one definite statement that
Andrew J. (probably Jackson) was a son of Edward. It seems rather likely that George was 26 rather than 36. M.D. Ribble
had come from New Jersey the year before - 1849. He and Nancy were married but were still with her parents. Their
daughter, Eliza, is to become the wife of Thomas Lambertson.
Local History: Lambertson, Edward, b. N.J., 1795; m. Mary ___, b. N.J., 1802. Ch: George M., b. 1824: Andrew J., b.
1829; Nancy d. 1877 ( m. Matthew Ribble).
Oakland Co Land Records: Abraham Lambertson to William R. Lambertson, Received and Recorded -- Nov. 4, 1867.
Oakland Co Land Records: Between Abraham Lambertson and wife Mary of Oakland, Oakland Co., and State of Mich. Of
the first part, and Wm. R. Lambertson of Metamora, Lapeer Co. and State aforesaid.: Land in Sec. 1 in T4NR11E. Also;
Land in Sect. 1 in T4NR11E Received and Recorded on Nov. 21, 1867
Liber 1 of Gov. Entries, March 4, 1834 Conveys NW¼ of SE¼ of Sect. 27, T5NR11E to Chas. W. Chamberlin, Containing 40
acres..
Oakland Co Land Records: Abraham Lambertson and wife Mary sold a piece of land to Andrew J. Lambertson -- Received
and Recorded, Nov. 21, 1867, for $225. Piece of land from off the NW corner of the W½ of the NW¼ of Sect. 1 in Oakland
Twp. Commencing at the NW corner of Sect. 1, thence S. 6 rods, thence E 15 rods thence N 6 rods thence W 15 rods to
place of beginning, the lines to run parallel with sect. Lines containing once half acre of land and 10 rods more or less. Mary
made her mark - Jacob Bowers was Justice of the Peace, Abraham could write his name.
Note: He is the father of Sarah who marries Philander Davis. Is he the father of my Elizabeth? Elizabeth and her young
son George are buried with this family.
Abram/Abraham Lambertson and his descendants written by Wayne McMeans: Lapeer Co. death records uses name
Abraham. I first found Abram in the Oakland Twp. Census for 1860, occupation “cordwainer‟. He was from Pahaquarry
twp., Warren Co., NJ. He later owned land at Thornville and died at Metamora, both in Lapeer Co. George W. -
occupation „carpenter‟ - is listed in the censuses for 1860, 1870, and 1880. Oakland Co. death record gives his
occupation as „sailor‟. George apparently lived in Lakeville for at least the last thirty year of his life. William Lambertson,
laborer, 26 years old, and Luvine Lambertson, servant, 17 years old, were listed with the Thomas Lambertson family in the
Addison twp., census for 1880. William is called „brother‟. Thomas had no brother William so it probably refers to a
relationship to Luvine. Dates coincide well enough to make it reasonable to think that William is „Willie‟, son of George W.
in 1860 and 1870 censuses. Death of William J. Lambertson, 40, is recorded in 1897. Probably “Willie”. Charley was still
home (George‟s home) in 1880. His occupation was „politician‟.            I am inclined to believe that Abram and the elder
Christopher were brothers. This would mean that John L. Lambertson and George W. were first cousins and Willie and
Luvine were second cousins to Thomas. What more natural than to get the cousins to help - Willie on the farm and Luvine
in the kitchen? The baby was under a year old and grandpa (M.D. Ribble) was living with Thomas and Eliza.
Lapeer Co. MI. Death Record: Abraham L. Lambertson died March 8, 1868, age 77. Married. Cause - old age, died at
Metamora.
Lakeville Cemetery: Abram Lambertson and wife Mary Lot 64 (4 grave lot). Lot #71 is a 7 or 8 grave lot belonging to Davis
and G. W. Lambertson.
Clipping from Ernest Mann‟s Bible: On a handwritten note in the Bible: “Uncle Abe died the year of March the 5 of ____ and
was buried the 7, Uncle John was dead the 25 of December and was buried the 27. Tim was married the 25 of November”.

Amy Lambertson: (Charles)
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Family Group Record, by W. M: Fred Nichols married Amy Lambertson born 1 Nov. 1880, daughter of Charles W.
Lambertson and Julia Shults, died 22 Feb. 1959. Children Judson born ca 1909: Fredand: Bethel married Schendel.

Andrew Lomason:
From the Michael Shoemaker Book: Andrew Lomason, born in Aug. 1800, died July 1, 1876, who was married to Jane
Frome, born Oct. 4, 1804, died Aug. 1, 1870. Some of the children of Andrew and Jane (Vrome) Lomason were: 1.
Hannah, married to Edward, born March 8, 1822, died Dec. 2, 1901, son of Peter Shoemaker, Jr. 2. Thomas, born March
16, 1826, died March 28, 1833; 3. Andrew, Jr., born Oct. 20, 1834, died Dec. 28, 1869, married to Elizabeth; 4. Sarah, born
July 16, 1840, died Sept. 7, 1863, married to Philip Miller: 5. Marshal W., born Aug. 1843, died May 15, 1868.

Andrew Lambertson:
From the Michael Shoemaker Book: Andrew, son of Lawrence and Bridget (Van Natta) Lomason, was married to Christian
Smith, and two of their children were: 1. Lawrence, born Sept. 27, 1817, died Aug. 27, 1861, married to Mary Ann, born Dec.
27, 1818, died Nov. 15, 1865, (Belvidere, N.J., Cemetery); 2. Andrew J., born Dec. 11, 1827, died April 15, 1846, (Belvidere,
N.J., Cemetery).

Andrew J. Lambertson: (Abram )
Local History: Lambertson, Andrew Jackson, son of Edward & Mary Lambertson, 1829 - 1875: m. Elizabeth Lambertson
(cousin), 1841 - 1899. Ch: Lucius, 1862 - 1945 (m. Bell ____, 1870 - 1935): Verne, 1868 - 1940, single; Jay, (m. _____
Maybe, - ch. Medie, Irene Lee): Arthur, 1870 - 1948 (m. Margaret Casey, 1876 - 1934 - ch: Wyonna Ruth, 1903 - 1917
and Helen, 1905 - 1956who m. O‟Connell); and last son, Edward (m. Emily Lee - ch: Edith (m. Harold Weaver - ch: Wesley).
Family Group Record, by W. M.” Andrew Jackson Lambertson born 1829 or 1830 parents Edward and Mary Lambertson,
married Elizabeth Lambertson born 9 June 1841, parents John Lambertson and Catherine Mann, died 5 March 1899:
Children Vern born 1868 died 1940 never married: Lucius born 1862 died 1945, married Bell who was born 1870 died 1935;
no children: Jay born 31 Aug 1864 died 9 Jan. 1940, married Blanche Maybee (3 children): Arthur H. born 1870 died 1949
married Margaret Carpenter (2 children): Edward L. born 19 Aug 1866 Oakland, MI. died 28 May 1932, married Emily A. Lee
(1 daughter)
Note: This FGR is correct with the possible exception of Husband‟s Father. The death record of Andrew J. Lambertson
gives parents as Abram & Mary. One record indicates that he was born 1827 or 28 and died 1877. Were there two
persons named Andrew Jackson Lambertson? We know that Andrew Jackson Lambertson married Elizabeth Lambertson.
I think this is the son of Edward and was born 1829 and died 1875. I am putting an explanation similar to this in the Abram
Lambertson section also. W.M.
Oakland Co Death Records: Andrew J. Lambertson died June 2, 1875 age 47, in Oakland co, born New Jersey, cause
Consumption, Farmer parents Abram Lambertson and Mary.
Notes of Barb Stafford: Andrew Lambertson was a brother to Sarah Lambertson Davis. He was 3 years younger than she.
He died June 23, 1877 at age 47 years. Their parents were from New Jersey, (Oakland Co. Records).
Lakeville Cemetery Markers: A.J. Lambertson 1829 - 1875, his wife Elizabeth Lambertson 1841 - 1899, also Vern
Lambertson, 1868 - 1940 and Lucius Lambertson 1862 - 1945 with his wife, Bell, 1870 - 1935.

Ann Lambertson:
1884 MI. State Census: Lapeer Co., Metamora, Dwelling 84; Lambertson, Ann, white, female, age 55, mother, married,
homemaker, cannot read or write, born MI, parents born New York, also son James white, male, age 19, single,
Occupation - Dry Goods, can read & write, born MI., father born N.J. mother born MI..
Lapeer Co. MI., Death Record: Ann Lambertson: died Jan. 15, 1916, age 84 years 4 months 12 days, born New York, died
Mayfield Twp., Parents Harry Van Wagner and Catherine, both b. New York.

Arthur Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Arthur H. Lambertson born 20 August 1870 parents Andrew Jackson and Elizabeth
Lambertson, died 2 April 1948, married Nov. 1900 Margaret Carpenter born 11 Nov. 1876 parents Adelbert Carpenter and
Mary Casey, died 17 July 1934. Children: Wyonna Ruth born 28 Nov. 1903, died 13 March 1917: Helen M. born 14 Feb.
1905, died 24 August 1956, marred ? O‟Connell. Note: Lakeville Cemetery marker.
Oxford Leader: Nov. 1900, Arthur Lambertson and Maggie Casey married in Pontiac.
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Lakeville Cemetery Markers: A. H. Lambertson Aug 20, 1870 to April 2, 1948, also Margaret, his wife, Nov. 11, 1876 to July
17 1934; daughters Wyonna Ruth Nov. 28, 1903 to March 13, 1917 and Helen M. O‟Connell Feb. 14, 1905 to Aug 24, 1956.

Bridget Lambertson:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: page 280: Thomas Van Atta, was a son of III, Benjamin Van Natta, born May 19, 1726,
son of H. Emanuel Van Natta, born Dec. 27, 16891, married, May 10, 1702 to Antje de Hooges, son of I, Jacob Jause Van
Etten, of Kingston, NY., married Jan. 11, 1668, to Mrs. Aaet Pieterman Tack. Thomas Van Atta lived in Oxford, Twp.,
Sussex Co., NJ. When his will was made. It was probated Jan. 3, 1796, and names his wife, Altje, and the following
children: 1. Benjamin; 2. Hannah, married to John Dongin: 3. Ann: 4. Bridget, married to Lawrence Lambertson; 5. Lydia
W., married to Benjamin Decker.

Byron Lomason:
From the Michael Shoemaker Book: Byron, son of Joseph Fox and Lydia (Ransford) Lomason, was born in Oakland Co.,
MI., Jan. 11, 1855, and was married, March 25, 1880, to Eva, daughter of Calvin and Melinda (King) Moore. She was born
in Macomb Co., MI., April 12, 1857. Their home is at Whittemore, Mich., and their children are: 1. Julia, born March 4,
1881; 2. Joseph, born May 10, 1887; 3. Ella, born Oct. 18, 1886: 4. Grover, born Aug. 11, 1889

Catherine Lambertson:
Lapeer Co. Death Register: 12 April 1894, Catherine Lambertson, female, white, widow, age 87 years, 10 months 12 days,
died in Oakland, cause old age, born New Jersey, parents Ernest and Catherine Mann of New Jersey.

Carrie Lamberton:
1880 MI. Soundex: Macomb Co., Bruce twp.; Home of Eugene Sutphen; two nieces Carrie Lamberton age 2 and Cathern
Lamberton age 7.

Charles W. Lambertson:
Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield Twp, Lapeer Co. MI.: Irma H. Lambertson 1898 - 1924; Lillian 1863 - 1959; Charles J. 1866 -
1936; Lucinda F. 1895 - 1975; Myra H. 1906 - 1926; Fredrick A. 1903 - 1918; Lawrence W. Michigan Pvt. Co. M. 338 Inf.
WWI, Feb 8, 1896 - Nov. 29, 1959

Charles W. Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M: Charles W. Lambertson born 1857, son of William Lambertson and Elizabeth Raub, died
1942 Lake Orion, MI. ?, buried Oxford Cem. Married Julia Shults born 1862, died August 1924 , buried Oxford Cem.
Children: Amy born 1880 died 22 Feb 1959, married Fred Nichols (3 children): Roy born 1884 died 25 Nov 1918, married
Grace Carroll: Mabel born 1888, died 1918, married ? Lortz, married second Frank Cooper: Pearl born 1890 died 1926,
married Frank Ludwig (1 child), married second Herbert Teeples.

Christopher Lambertson:
Historical Collections,, Wisher House, Pontiac, MI. Christopher Lambertson, b. Warren Co. N.J. April 17, 1812, First
residence in Michigan Orion Twp., Oakland Co., 1843. Died April 27, 1888, age 76, at Orion.
Family Group Record, by W.M.: Christopher Lambertson born 1779 NJ., died 1858 Addison Twp. Oakland Co. MI. buried
Lakeville Cem., wife Mary born 1778 NJ.: Children: 1. Christopher Jr. born 17 Apr 1812 Warren Co. NJ. died 27 Apr. 1888,:
2. Elizabeth born probably 1813, died 1881 never married: 3. William born 1811 or 1816 died 1886, married Elizabeth Raub
(7 children): 4. John L. born 1798 or 1808 died 1868, married Catherine Mann (6 children):5. Sarah Twining 6.George: 7.
Jane married Mr. Campbell: 8. Catherine married ? Slack: 9. Margaret born 1815 died 1871, married John Layton on March
9, 1844 : 10. Mary married a Campbell.
Sources: Censuses of 1860 & 1870, Addison twp: Probate Court records researched by Barbara Stafford. Information
from Sarah Davis. Oakland Co. death records gives Elizabeth Lambertson‟s age at death as 80 years.
Local History: Lambertson, Christopher, 1779 - 1858: m. Mary b. 1778, Ch: Christopher Jr., 1811 - 1888; William, 1816 -
1886 (m. Elizabeth Raub, dau. Of Wm. & Hannah Raub, 1835 - 1918) Elizabeth, 1810 - 1881; John, 1798 - 1868; Sarah
(m. ___Twonning); George; Jane (m. ____ Campbell); Catherine (m. ___ Slack); Margaret, 1815 - 1871 (M. John
Layton); Mary (m. Campbell).
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1830 N.J. Census: Oxford twp, Warren County New Jersey, Christopher Lambertson between 50 and 60 Years old.
Tract Index, Oakland Co. Court House: Addison Twp. Tuttle (Oliver and wife Almira to Christian Lambertson SE¼ of SE¼ -
40 acres Sect. 34 dated 10/30/1843 and 1/18/1844. Also SW¼ of SW¼ of Sect. 35 same dates.
MI. Hist. Comm., Tax Rolls 1844: ? Christian Lambertson SW¼ of the SW14 of Sect. 35 - 40 acres, value - $80.00 Addison
twp., also Se¼ of the SE¼ of Sect. 34 - 40 acres, value $50.
Note: listed under this listing is Abram Lamberson, then William Lambertson, and then Philander Davis.
1850 Census MI., Addison twp, Oakland co.: Christopher Lambertson age 71 male, farmer worth $1500. Wife Mary age 72,
son Christopher J. age 32 male, farming, William age 22 male farming, Elizabeth age 21 & Mary Crapsy (?Cassidy) age 30
female.
Oakland Co Probate Court Records: Christian Lambertson - On Feb. 4, 1858, he was about 80 yrs old. His son-in-law,
John Layton, petitioned to have Christian declared incompetent because he said that he was unable to handle his money
and had lost a great deal of it, etc. John Layton asked to be made his guardian.
Christopher Lambertson - will dated April 24, 1858. His heirs were listed as follows: His sons: Christopher Jr., George,
William, John, and daughters: Catherine Slack, of N.J., Sarah Twining, Jane Campbell, Margaret Layton, Mary Campbell,
and Elizabeth Lambertson. It was signed by John Lambertson.

Christian Lambertson:
Oakland Co. Deeds: 1844, Lambertson, Christian purchased land from Oliver Tuttle, book 25 - page 567.
Christopher Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W.M.: Christopher Lambertson born 17 April 1812 NJ., son of Christopher and Mary Lambertson,
died 27 April 1888, Oakland Co. MI., married Rebecca, son George died 5 Feb. 1900.
Lakeville Cemetery: Christopher Lambertson Jr., Lot 63, also Peggy Fox.

Damaris Lambertson:
Rochester Cemetery Markers: Damaris, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Lambertson; April 30, 1900, d. July 11, 1900

Edith Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Harold Weaver married Edith Lambertson daughter of Edward L. Lambertson and Emily
Lee: Children Wesley Weaver I.
Note: Wesley Weaver I, had a son Wesley Weaver II who now (1976) lives in Rochester. W.M.

Edward Lambertson: See Abraham Lambertson
1850 Census, MI. Oakland Co.: Edward Lamberson age 55, Mary age 48, George M. age 36.
Family Group Record, by W.M.: Edward Lambertson born 1795 NJ, died MI., wife Mary born 1802 NJ, died 8 March 1868
MI., children: George M. Lambertson born 1814 or 1824 NJ, died 1900, married Rebecca Mann (4 children): Andrew J. born
1829 NJ, married Elizabeth Lambertson (5 children): Nancy Ann born 1832 NJ., married Matthew D. Ribble (3 children).
Note; this family came to Michigan in 1837. Edward is listed in the 1850 census, Addison twp., shoemaker. The family
consisted of Edward, Mary, George A., Andrew J., M.D. Ribble, and Nancy Ribble. This is one definite statement that
Andrew J. (probably Jackson) was a son of Edward. It seems rather likely that George was 26 rather than 36. M.D. Ribble
had come from New Jersey the year before - 1849. He and Nancy were married but were still with her parents. Their
daughter, Eliza, is to become the wife of Thomas Lambertson.
Local History: Lambertson, Edward, b. N.J., 1795; m. Mary ___, b. N.J., 1802. Ch: George M., b. 1824: Andrew J., b.
1829; Nancy d. 1877 ( m. Matthew Ribble).

Edward L. Lambertson: (Andrew J.)
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Edward L. Lambertson (Eddie) born 19 August 1866, parents Andrew Jackson
Lambertson and Elizabeth Lambertson, died 28 May 1932. Married Emily A. Lee born 15 August 1873 MI., parents Alonzo
Lee and Viola Jersey. Children: Edith Lambertson married Harold Weaver.
Clippings; Ernest Mann‟s Bible: Eddie Lambertson, b. Aug. 19, 1866, Oakland Co., MI., died May 28, 1932 at Rochester,
MI., buried Lakeville Cemetery.

Effie Lambertson: (Mackey)
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Family Group Record, by W.M.: R. A. (Lon) Smith born 6 Sept 1881 , married 8 Feb. 1905 Effie Lambertson born 7 Jan.
1887 daughter of Mackey Lambertson and Ida M. Allen. Children Gerls born 28 Oct 1906, married 18 May 1927 Clara
                             nd
Moran (2 children), married 2 Hildred Smith.: Shirley born 1 Jan. 1919, in Rochester, married 2 April 1937 Otto Bittner (4
children)

Eliza Lambertson:
Oakland Co Death Register: 14 July 1895, Eliza Lambertson, female, white, married, age 44 years 8 months 10 days, died
in Addison twp of consumption, born in MI., parents Mathew and Nancy Ann Ribble of Addison, MI.

Eliza A. Lomason Butts:
Rochester Cemetery Markers: Eliza A. Lomason Butts; 1840 - 1902. Chapman W. Butts 1838 - 1861.

Elizabeth Lambertson: (Possibly daughter of Abraham)
Oakland Co. Marriages: Elizabeth Lambertson married James Davis on 27 April 1843 Addison twp.
Note: B. Stafford‟s records: James Davis married Elizabeth Lambertson April 29, 1843. He was 22 and she was 21.
S.D. Brown Funeral Records: Elizabeth Davis died 6 June 1865.
Tombstone : Elizabeth Davis is buried in the Lakeville Cemetery next to her son George. The plot belonging to the
Abraham Lambertson family.
Note: In the 1830 census, there are 3 females indicated to be between 5 and 10 years old, Elizabeth would fall into this
category. She is not mentions in Abraham‟s will, as she died a couple years prior to his death.

Elizabeth Lambertson:
Lapeer Co. MI. Death Register: 3/8/1868, Elizabeth Lambertson, daughter of Abraham Lambertson died of old age (77),
died in Metamora, Lapeer Co. MI.

Elizabeth Lambertson: (John)
Oakland Co. MI. Death Register: 5 March 189_, female, widow age 59 years, died in Oakland Co., cause - old age, born MI.,
parents John Lambertson and Caroline Warne.

Elizabeth Lambertson:
Lapeer Co. MI. Death Register: died 28 May 1881, Elizabeth Lambertson, female, white, singe, age 80 years, died in
Addison, born in New Jersey, parents Christopher and Mary Lambertson.

Elizabeth Shoemaker Lomason:
From; Michael Shoemaker Book: Elizabeth Shoemaker Lomason; daughter of Peter and Elizabeth (Maur) Schumacher,
was born in Bethlehem Twp., Northampton Co., Oxford, Sussex Co., N.J. She was married about 1801, to Lawrence Jr.,
son of Lawrence and Bridget (Van Netta) Lomason. He died in the Army in the War of 1812. She married second to
William Schooley, born March 3, 1776, died Feb. 21, 1860. The only child of Lawrence and Elizabeth Lomason was their
son, Peter, born Dec. 23, 1802. About 1847 William and Elizabeth Lomason - Schooley removed from Sussex Co., N.J.,
and settled near Rochester, Mich. They had no children and are buried in the Rochester Cemetery. She died June 23,
1852.

Elmer J. Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Elmer J. Lambertson born 1861 son of John V. Lambertson and Mary Pixley, married in
1887 Grace Matteson: Children Mary Lorena and Damaris born 30 April 1900 died 11 July 1900. Note: Damaris is buried
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on Lot 29, the George Lambertson lot in the 1 Addition of Mt. Avon. Cem. Rochester, MI, I have, as yet, found no record
of Mary Lorena. W.M.
Biographical Record of Oakland Co. MI.; E. J. Lambertson born Rochester, MI. 1861, parents: John V. and Mary Pixley
Lambertson. History of family dates back to early colonial times in America, established in New England.
E. J. Lambertson married Grace A. Mattison of Pontiac, MI, in 1887, 1 daughter, Mary Lorena Lambertson , 1 daughter,
Deamiaris, died in infancy.


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John V. Lambertson and E. J. Lambertson were members of the Masons and the Knights of the Maccabees. He was the
grandson of George Lambertson. He, George B. Lambertson, was born in 1795. E. J. Lambertson had a mercantile store
in Rochester which was considered to be one of the best stores.

Emily A. Lambertson:
MI. Death Certificate: Co. Oakland, Twp., Addison; Emily A. Lambertson, female, white, married, died Aug. 16, 1873, age 51
years 11 months 29 days, Housewife, born Washington twp, Macomb Co, father Alonzo Lee born Ohio, mother Viola Jersey,
informant, Eddie Lambertson of Lakeville, MI., date of death Aug. 14, 1925; cause apoplexy, buried Lakeville, MI.

Ernest Lambertson:
Oakland Co. Death Record: March 3, 1901, Ernest Lambertson, male, white, single, age 64 years died Oakland Co. born
N.J., Farmer, father Geo. Lambertson mother Catline Lambertson both born N.J., cause of death Heart.

Frankie R. Lambertson:
Lapeer Co. MI. Birth Record: 23 Feb. 1889, Lambertson, Frankie, female, born Hadley, mother Nannie born MI., father
Theordore, born MI. ? hn.
Lapeer Co Marriage Record: John J. Conway (Minister) of Malta, Mont., born Chicago, son of Geo. L. Conway and Elta T.
Selleck married May 21, 1909 Frankie R. Lambertson of Hadley, daughter of Theodore Lambertson and Nannie Hulton,
born Michigan.

George Davis:
Oakland Co. Addison Twp. Lakeville Cemetery: George W. Davis 1847 - 1849, buried beside his mother Elizabeth
Lambertson Davis 18-7 - 1865.

George B. Lambertson: (Christopher)
Macomb Co. Marriage Record: George Lambertson age 24 of Oakland Twp., married on Dec. 31, 1846 Rebecca Mann age
25 of Washington twp.
Local History: Lambertson, George B., 1822-1900; m 1846, Rebecca Mann, dau. Of Ernest, Sr. & Catherine Mann,
1817-1900. Ch: Sarah, 1853 - 1888 (m. George Dernberger ch: Arthur, Lovine d. in infancy); Theodore, 1858 - 1893;
Lucinda, 1848 - 1924 (m. Marshall Shoup).
Oakland Co. MI. Death Register: 5 Feb 1900, George Lambertson, male, white, married, age unknown, died In Oakland Co.,
cause Cystitis, born MI., farmer, parents Christofer and Rebecca Lambertson.
Lakeville Cemetery Markers: George B. Lambertson: B. June 7, 1822, D. Feb. 5, 1900, and Rebecca Mann, his wife, March
9, 1817 to July 1, 1900, also Theodore Lambertson Aug. 8, 1858 to Feb. 25, 1893

George (A or B) Lambertson : (Edward)
Oakland Co. Deeds: George Lambertson purchased property from Calvin Chapell, book 28 - 104.
Early Marriages of Macomb Co. MI. 31 Dec. 1846, George Lambertson age 24 of Oakland Twp., Oakland Co. married
Rebecca Mann age 25 of Washington. Witnesses; Isaac Stone of Ray twp. And Elisha Rice of Washington Twp, preformed
by Sylvenus Taft, M.G.
1850 Census, White Lake twp., Oakland Co. MI. George Lambertson age 26, male, white, farmer real estate worth $700.,
born NJ., wife Rebecca age 27 born N.J., Lucinda age 3 born Michigan.
Methodist Church Circuit Records, Oakland Co.: Baptisms, Lambertson, George on 27 April 1866, also Lydia Lambertson.
Family Group Record, by W. M: George A. or B. Lambertson born 7 June 1822, married 1846 Rebecca Mann. Geo. Died 5
Feb. 1900, father ? Edward Lambertson.
Rebecca was born 9 March 1817 Warren Co., NJ and died 1 July 1900. Her parents were Ernest Mann Sr. and Catherine
C___. Children; Lucinda born 1848 died 1924, married Marshall Shoupe (3 children); James born 1850 MI., died 10 July
1926: Sarah E. born 2 Aug. 1853 MI., died 24 July 1888, married George W. Dernberger (2 children): Theodore born 8
Aug. 1858 MI., died 25 Feb. 1893, never married
Info written by Wayne McMeans: George B. Lambertson and his descendants 1795 - 1883: This line of Lambertsons
seems to have been in or around Rochester from the time they came to Michigan until at least as late as 1900. They
probably came to Michigan before 1850.     In the 1860 census for Avon Township George B. Lambertson is listed as -
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occupation „bartender‟. Hiram is listed as „innkeeper‟; John V. as „cordwainer‟.    I have a Dr. McLean‟s Family Almanac
issued in 1877. It carries the advertisement of Lambertson Bros., cor. Main and Fourth Sts., Rochester, Mich. Dealers in
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, READY-MADE
CLOTHING, DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, IOLS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &, &. (I wonder if Lambertson Bros.
Were John V. and Hiram. It seems likely.)      I also have an AYER‟S AMERICAN ALMANAC issued in 1882 and presented
with the compliments of J. V. Lambertson, Rochester, Mich. Dealer in DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, FANCY
AND TOILET ARTICLES, SPONGES, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, &. CHOICE TOBACCO AND CIGARS.                               In R. L.
Polk‟s Michigan Gazetteer, 1887, under Rochester, Mich., we find: - LAMBERTSON, ELMER j. general store , also:
LAMBERTSON HOUSE, George W. Owen, Propr. I have not yet found evidence that Hiram Lambertson had any family.
I may yet learn more through possible descendants of Mary Lorena or the Mattsons.        Signed: Wayne Mc Means,
September, 1976. I find that John V. and Hiram built the first brick building in Rochester.

George B. Lambertson:
1830 N.J. Census: George Lambertson age between 30 and 40 years, 1 female between 20 and 30 years, 2 males, 1
female.
1840 MI. Census: Oakland Co.: Geo. Lambertson, 1 male age 5 - 10; 1 males age 10 - 15; 1 male age 40 - 50, 1 female age
0 - 5; 1 female age 30 - 40.
1850 MI. Census: Oakland Co.: #14, George Lamberton, age 55, Mary Ann age 45, Hiram age 24, Mary age 18, and George
age 21.
Family Group Record, by W. M.: George B. Lamberton born 1795 NJ, died 1883 MI, buried Mt. Avon Cem. Rochester, wife
Mary born 1804 NJ, died 1867 MI, Lapeer Co. buried Mt. Avon, Cem.: Children; Mary born 5 Oct 1824 died 5 Sept 1910,
John V. born 1826 Belvidere NJ. Married Mary Pixley (4 children died 1894: Hiram born 1828 married Sophia Jane White.
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Info from Avon twp census, 1860, Oakland Co Marriage Records, Tombstones on Lot 29, 1 addition, Mt. Avon Cem.,
Rochester
Biographical Record of Oakland Co., MI.: George Lambertson - grandfather of E.J. Lambertson, b. 1795 settled in
Rochester, MI. died 1883. His home was the second house on Main St., north of fifth St., He married Ann Vansickle of N.J..
Three children: Hiram - in mercantile business d. 1894 at Caro, MI.; John V. - father of E.J. Lambertson; Mary Anderson
(Birdsell) who lived in Texas most of her life. Ann Vansickle Lambertson died 1867 at age 63.
Rochester Cemetery Markers: George B. Lambertson; 1795 - 1883, and Mary, his wife, 1804 - 1867.

George Lambertson:
George B. Lambertson family burial plot: 1. Lovine Dernberger, dg. Of Geo. & Sarah D. 1877 - ?; 2. Sarah E. Dernberger
(Lambertson) wife of Geo. 1853 - 1888. 3. Arthur Dernberger (mason) 1880 - 1960. 4. 5. Monument 6. Theodore
Lambertson brother of Sarah 1858 - 1893 7. George B. Lambertson father 1822 - 1900 8. Rebecca Mann, mother, wife of
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George B. Lambertson 1817 - 1900. Plot #82 Sarah Lambertson, 1 wife of Philander Davis 1825 - 18__; Plot #140
ELIZABETH LAMBERTSON (1827/29 - 1865); A. J. Lambertson 1829 - 1875: Elizabeth Lambertson wife of A. J. 1841 -
1899: Vern Lambertson, son of A. J. and Eliz. 1868 - 1940; Lucius Lambertson son of A. J. & Eliz. 1862 - 1945, Bell
Lambertson wife of Lucius 1870 - 1975 ?. .

George Green Lamberson (Lomason)
The Michael Shoemaker Book: page 282, George Green Lomason, son of Peter and Sarah Ann (Fox) Lomason, born in
Sussex, now Warren Co. NJ. Aug 8, 1829, removed to Oakland Co., MI., in 1847. He was a shoemaker by trade and for
some time after his removal to Oakland Co. MI. worked at his trade. He was, later, and for many years the proprietor of the
St. James Hotel at Rochester, MI., and retired in 1882. He was married to Dorothy Crawford, born Sept 23, 1829, died July
2, 1898. George Green Lomason died Dec. 5, 1901. They are buried at Rochester, MI. Their children are: 1. Sarah born
July 1, 1856, died Aug. 21, 1863; 2. Son, born and died 1858; 3. Ella, born April 9, 1860.
Rochester Cemetery Markers: Lomason group east of Lambertson family plot, Eveline, Linwood, Wm. S., wife Nancy,
George G. Lambertson, wife - Dorothy, Ella, & Frank

George L. Lambertsen:
IGI Family Group Record: George L. Lambertsen born 1795 NJ., married about 1825 New Jersey to Wife Mary Ana Van
Sickle born 1804 NJ. Died 1867 MI. Children John Voorhees Lambertson born 20 Sept 1826 Belvedere, Oxford, Warren,
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NJ, died 1900 MI.: Second child information unavailable: Hiram Lamberton born 1826 NJ, died 1894 : J.V. Lamberton born
1828 NJ: George Lamberton born 1829 NJ.
Lambertson Family Genealogy Forum: Shirley B. Alexander: George L. Lambertson buried in Mt. Avon Cemetery,
Rochester, MI. is my gr-gr grandfather. He was married to Mary Ann Van Syckle of Warren Co, NJ. I am descended thru
their daughter Mary Anderson Lambertson who married Gilbert Birdsall and moved to Fannin Co. TX. In the late 1870‟s. As
far as I know, George L. & Mary Ann had three children: John Voorheis Lambertson, Hiram Lambertson and Mary Ann. I do
think there is a relationship to your family because both John V. and Mary Anderson Lambertson named their first sons
Elmer *Jackson*
Cemetery: Avon Twp.; Rochester Cemetery - 25 Mile Rd. near Utica; George Lambertson 1795 -1883, and his wife Mary
1804 - 1867.

George V.. Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: George V. Lambertson born 1837 died 1889, son of John Lambertson and Catherine Mann,
married Dell ?. Children Elmer: Katie A.: Carrie.
Lakeville Cemetery Markers: George V. Lambertson, his wife, Dell, son Elmer, and Katie A. and Carrie (no dates given)

George W. Lambertson: (Abraham)
Family Group Record, by W.M.: George W. Lambertson born 15 Oct. 1823 NJ., son of Abram Lambertson and Mary
Cassidy, died 16 June 1903, Addison twp. Oakland co. MI., married Lydia Adaline born circa 1828. Children: 1. William
Lambertson born circa 1854 died 1897. 2. Charles W. born circa 1857. 3. Unknown. 4. Luvine born circa 1863
Oakland Co. Death Record: 16 June 1903 George W. Lambertson, male, white, windowed, age 79 years, 9 months 1 day,
died in Addison twp, cause Hypertrophy of Heart, born New Jersey, Sailor, father Abram Lambertson.
Lakeville Cemetery: Lot 71, G. W. Lambertson, also _. Davis (Probably Elizabeth Davis)
Oakland Co. Probate Court: George W. Lambertson - will dated June 23, 1903. A grandson was listed but his name and
location were unknown to the petitioners.

George W. Lambertson:
Lapeer Co. MI. Marriage Register: George W. Lambertson, son of L.W. Lambertson and Corinda Durling, age 35 of Oregon
Twp., born MI., married March 20, 1899, Clara R. Vilas, daughter of Edward Vilas and Mary Pritchard, age 30 of Elba Twp.,
Born Michigan
Note per Barbara Stafford: Therefore; Theodore Lambertson and George W. Lambertson were brothers and the children of
Lawrence W. Lambertson and Chlorinda Durling.

Grace Lambertson:
Oakland Co. Marriage Index: Grace Lambertson married Stanley R. Baker on 31 July 1919, book 5 page 211.

Hannah Lambertson:
Oakland Co. Death Register: 15 Oct. 1882, Hannah Lambertson, female, with, widow, age 73 years, 2 months 4 days, died
at Orien, cause old age, born New Jersey, parents John and Hannah Lambertson of Orien, MI.

Hiram Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Hiram Lambertson born 1828, parents George B. and Mary Lambertson, died 1894 MI.,
buried Mt. Avon Cem., Rochester. Married 22 Jan 1857 Sophia Jane White. (A blank stone of Lot 29 Mt. Avon, is
probably grave of Sophia.
Rochester Cemetery Markers: Hiram Lambertson; 1828 - 1894, buried with parents and other Lambertson family
members. Avon Twp. Rochester Cemetery, 25 Mile Rd. near Utica.

Ida M. Lambertson:
Newspaper obit: Mrs. Ida M. Lambertson died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roden of Pontiac. She was born in
Dryden July 10, 1866 the daughter of Seth and Emma Allen. She was married to MacKay Lambertson, 60 years ago.
Mrs. Lambertson was a member of the Methodist church and lived in Oxford until 1929. Since that time she has lived in


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Pontiac. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Roden of Pontiac, and Mrs. Ina McMeans of Dryden; 3 brothers, 1 sister,
9 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Burial in Oxford cemetery.

Ina Lambertson: (Mackey)
Lapeer Co. MI. Birth Record: Lambertson, Ina E., female, born Dryden, 19 Nov. 1883, parents Ida May Allen born MI., and
Mackey, born MI., farmer.
Family Group Record, by W.M.: William R. McMeans born 18 March 1873 Addison twp., son of William McMeans and
Matilda Joynt, died 26 January 1944 Pontiac MI., married 18 December 1901 in Addison twp to Ina E. Lambertson born 19
November 1883 Dryden twp., daughter of Mackey Lambertson and Ida M. Allen, died 27 September 1963 Oxford, MI.:
Children Wayne McMeans born 13 Oct 1902 Addison twp., married Gladys E. Curd 20 Sept 1924 (5 children): Mamie born
17 July 1906 Brandon twp., married on 17 July 1924 George Ellsworth (3 children): Thelma born 28 Sept 1908 Brandon
twp., married 24 Dec. 1932 (1) Nicholas Gruber (1 son), (2) Allen Scott: Hazel born 4 Aug 1910 Addison twp, married 9 Apr
1932 Alger E. Colden (3 children): Ida Mae born 10 Oct 1913, married 31 August 1935 Donald LeRoy Williams (2 children):
Mabel born 24 Aug 1918 Addison twp, married George Griffin (4 children) married (2) Matthew LaPorte (2 children).

Isaac Shoemaker Lomason:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: Isaac S., son of Peter and Sarah A. (Fox) born in Warren Co., N.J., was married to Charlotte
Hankinson, who was born Nov. 30, 1832, and died Feb. 9, 1899. Isaac S. Lomason removed to the vicinity of Rochester,
Oakland Co., Mich., about 1847. He was a shoemaker by trade and was, for a number of years, in partnership with his
brother, George G., in that business in Rochester, Mich. Later he became a farmer in that vicinity. He was married in
Oakland Co., MI. He now lives (1915) in good health, with his daughter, Mrs. Nellie (Lomason) Leitch at Cincinatus,
Cortland Co., N.Y. The children of Isaac S. and Charlotte were: 1. Linwood, born June 28, 1856, died April 12, 1859; 2.
Eveline, born May 2, 1860, died Oct. 7, 1862; 3. Nellie.

Jackson Lambertson:
Lakeville Cemetery: Lot 99, Jackson Lambertson.

Jay Lambertson:
Source unknown: Olds family record, Belle Olds married Jay Lambertson and Hiram Olds married          ? Lambertson.

James Lamberson:
MI. Death Certificate: Oakland Co., Addison twp; James Lamberson, male, white, single, born Oct 11, 1850, age 75 years 9
months 29 days, Farmer, born MI, father G.B. Lamberson born N.J., mother Rebecca Man born N.J., informant; Homer
Shoup of Leonard, MI., died July 10, 1926, cause Fractured spine caused by automobile accident, buried Lakeville
Cemetery.
Clippings from Ernest Mann‟s Bible: James Lambertson d. July 10, 1926 age 75 years old, was instantly killed about 1
o‟clock this afternoon when his car turned over in a ditch three quarters of a mile south of Leonard. His two nephews,
Kenneth and Frederick Willard, escaped with cuts and bruises. Lambertson was driving to Leonard on the Rochester road
when Louis Burt of Pontiac attempted to pass him, going in the same direction. The fenders of the two cars scraped, and
Lambertson‟s car overturned in the ditch. He was the uncle of Homer Shoupe and also had nephews Kenneth and
Roderick Wollard. He was killed in a automobile accident s. of Leonard. He lived with Homer Shoupe a mile south and ½
mile west of Leonard.

James K. Lamberson:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: page 283; James K., son of Peter and Sarah Ann (Fox) Lomason, born in Warren Co.,
NJ., May 31, 1833 removed with his parents, to Oakland Co., MI. about 1847, and was married there to Sophia Miller. He
died May 29, 1879. The family burial plot is in the Rochester, MI., Cemetery. The children of James K. and Sophia (Miller)
Lomason are: William J. and Harry.

Jay Lambertson:
B. Stafford Records: Jay Lambertson lived on Brewer Road. He was a brother to Lucius and Vern.


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John Lambertson:
New Jersey Colonial Documents: page 190: 1743, Sept 16, Lamberson, John of Freehold, Monmouth Co.: Freeman:; will of.
Wife, Maycy. Children---(all called “Johnson”) John, Joseph, Rulef, James, Abraham, Anne, Else and Mary. Real and
personal estate. Executors--the wife Maycy Lamberson, son John Johnson, Tunis van der Beer and Garret Wyckoff.
Witnesses J. Sutfin, Hendrych Voorhees and Richard Pittenger. Proved May 1760.

John Lambertson:
1850 Census MI., Addison twp, Oakland co: Peter C. Snover age 46 wife Ellen age 40 7 children and, also John
Lambertson age 14, born N. J..

John H. Lomerson:
Source Unknown: John H. Lomerson born 7/23/1800, died 1856, married Hannah Buchner, daughter of Frederick Buchner
and Mercy Doty.

John L. Lambertson:
Oakland Co Deeds: Lamberson, John, purchased land from Earnest Mann, Book 21 - 243. 1844, John S. Lambertson
purchased property from Rebecca Mann,book 27 - 474.
1840 Census, MI. Oakland Co.: J. Lambertson, 3 males 0 - 5 years, 2 males 5 - 10 years, 2 males 10 - 15 years, 1 male 30
- 40 years, 1 female 0 - 5 years, 1 female 5 - 10 years 1 female 10 - 15 years, 1 female 30 - 40 years.
1850 Census, White Lake Twp. Oakland Co. MI. John Lambertson age 42, male, white, farmer, born NJ, wife Catherine age
45, female, white, born NJ.; Ernest age 14 born NJ., George age 12 born MI., Elizabeth age 10 born MI., Mary age 7 born MI,
and William Lambertson age 30 born New Jersey.
Family Group Record, by W. M.: John L. Lambertson born 1808 NJ, son of Christopher and Mary Lambertson, died 1868
Oakland Co. (death records gives age of death as 70 years). Married Catherine Mann who was born 31 May 1806 NJ,
daughter of Ernest Mann, St. & Catherine, (came to MI. along with her parents in ?1844). She died 1895 (death records
gives her age at death as 84 years). Children: Sarah Jane born 22 Oct 1834: Ernest born 24 July 1836 NJ., died March
1901, never married: George V. born 6 Sept 1838 NJ., died 1889, married Dell: Elizabeth born 9 June 1841 MI., died 5
March 1899, married Andres J. Lambertson (5 children): Mary born 26 July 1843, died 1918, married Harrison Ryman (3
children); Thomas born 1 Dec. 1850, died 2 June 1915, married Eliza Ribble (4 children).
Note: Sarah must have died before 1860. She is not mentions in her father‟s will - others are each willed a one-fifth share.
Sarah is also not mentioned in any Oakland twp census for 1860.
Source Unknown: Lambertson-John; b. 1808 d. 1868, married Catherine Mann, daughter of Ernest Mann Sr. and Catherine
C.. She was born May 31, 1806, died April 12, 1894: Children 1. Sarah Jane b. Oct 22, 1834, 2. Ernest Lambertson b. July
24, 1836, D. March 3, 1901 3. George b. Sept. 6, 1838 4. Elizabeth b. June 9, 1841, d. March 5, 1899 5. Mary Lambertson
b. July 26, 1843, d. 1918, Married Harrison Ryman in 1860 children a) John b. Aug. 2, 1863 d. Aug 27, 1942 M. Ella Rayment
who was b. Jan 12, 1874 d. Dec 9 1952 b) Abram Ryman b. April 18, 1874, d. March 4, 1883 c) Erzella Ryman b. June 14,
1865, d. March 2, 1945 m. George Shoemaker. 6, Thomas Lambertson b. Dec. 1, 1850, d. June 2, 1915, married Eliza
Ribble on March 4, 1879 who was b. 1851 d. 1895, daughter of Mathew D. Ribble and Nancy Ann Lambertson
Oakland Co. Death Register: John L. Lambertson died 25 Dec. 1868, male, white, married, age 60 years 3 months 10 days,
died in Oakland Co. from Dropsy, born New Jersey, farmer, son of Christopher and Mary Lambertson of Oakland.
Oakland Co, Probated Will: John Lambertson; willed his land in one fifth portions to George B., Ernest M., Mary , Elizabeth,
and Thomas., pending the death of his wife Catharine.

John V. Lambertson:
1850 MI. Census: Oakland Co. #13, J. V. Lambertson age 22, Mary age 25, Georgia A. age1.
Family Group Record, by W. M.: John V. Lambertson born 1826, died 1900 Caro, MI. buried Mt. Avon Cem. Rochester,
MI.. Married 28 Oct 1849 Mary E. Pixley born 1824 NY, parents Jonathan Pixley and Polly Wilder, died 9 May 1910.
Children: Georgia born 26 Oct 1850 died 30 July 1857: Argus born 19 Dec. 1854 died 7 July 1857: Lewis G. born 1856 died
25 July 1857: Elmer J. born 1861 married 1887 Grace Matteson (2 children).
A Lively Town, 150 Years in Rochester: page 13; In 1847 John V. Lambertson built the Lamberton House on the southwest
corner of Main and Fifth Streets. After 1861 George G. Loimason occupied it. James W. Smith came to Rochester and
bought the house, unboarded the windows, changed its name to the St. James Hotel, and opened it in 1890. Smith
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installed sanitary facilities, hot and cold running water, and electric lights. The building was still used as a hotel until World
War II, and contained small businesses until it was razed a few years ago.
Biographical Record of Oakland Co., MI. John V. Lambertson - born in Belvidere N.J. He was 8 years old when he came
with his parents to Rochester in 1834. He was in business with his brother, Hiram, built the first brick bldg. In Rochester in
1868. He went to Caro in 1887 and died in 1900 at age 74 years.
John V. and Mary were the parents of 4 children: Georgia born 1850, Argus born 1854, Louis born 1856, These three all died
in 1857 within 10 days of each other of scarlet fever.
Rochester Cemetery Markers: John V. Lambertson; 1828 - 1900, buried with parents and other Lambertson family
members. Avon Twp; Rochester Cemetery - 25 Mile Rd. near Utica.

Joseph Lomason:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: Joseph, son of Byron and Eva (Moore) Lomason, born at Whittemore, MI., May 10, 1884,
was married Aug. 9, 1911 to Netty, daughter of John and Angelina (Umphrey) Clark. He is a framer and their daughter,
Helen Veryl, was born July 9, 1912. Their home is at Whttemore, MI.

Joseph Fox Lambertson:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: page 281; Joseph Fox, son of Peter and Sarah A. (Fox) Lomason, born in Sussex Co., NJ.
March 26, 1826, removed tin 1847 to Oakland Co., MI. He was married Jan. 12, 1852 to Lydia born Nov. 4, 1833, died Oct
26, 1899, daughter of Norman, born 1804 died Jan 16, 1850, and Sarah (Postle) Ransford. He died May 4, 1886 and with
his wife, Lydia, is buried in the Rochester, MI., Cemetery. Their children are: Peter, born Oct. 6, 1853; 2. Norman, born
March 4, 1857; 3. Byron, born Jan. 11, 1855; 4. George, born Dec. 25, 1862; 5. Ella, born March 14, 1876.

Lewis Lambertson:
1850 Census, MI., Oakland Co. Addison Calvin Crawford age 32 Farmer, born NY, wife Clarisa age 28, 2 children and Lewis
Lambertson age 21 born NJ, also Lewis Davis age 16.

Lawrence Lomison:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: Lawrence Lomason, Sr., the founder of this family, was a resident and a Federal
Taxpayer in Mount Bethel twp., Northampton Co., PA., in 1772, and in 1786 owned 230 acres of land there. In 1790 he had
in family living at home, himself, three males under 16, and two females.
Elizabeth, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth (Maur) Schumacher, was born in Bethlehem, Twp. Northampton Co., Pa., Jan.
16, 1781, and removed with her parent, prior to 1790 to Oxford, Sussex Co., NJ. She was married about 1801, to
Lawrence, Jr., son of Lawrence and Bridget (Van Netta) Lomason. He died in the Army in the War of 1812. Mrs. Elizabeth
(Shoemaker) Lomason was married (2) to William Schooley, born March 3, 1776, died Feb. 21, 1860. The only child of
Lawrence and Elizabeth was their son, Peter, born Dec. 23, 1802. About 1847 William & Elizabeth removed from Sussex
Co., NK., and settled near Rochester, Mich. They had no children and are buried in the Rochester Cemetery. She died
June 23, 1852.

Lawrence Lomison:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: The Lomason Family (Lamberson); Lawrence Lomason, who served as a Second
Lieutenant in Captain Mackey‟s Company of the First Sussex Co., N.J., Militia in the War of the American Revolution, on the
   th
27 of May, 1795, bought Derrick and Rebecca Low, 229 acres of land in Lower Mount Bethel twp., Northampton Co., Pa.
He died before Dec. 11, 1810, when his widow Bridget Lomason, and other heirs executed a release pertaining to these
lands to Andrew Lomason and his brother, Lawrence Lomason Jr.. Lawrence Lomason Sr., is said to have been married to
Bridget Van Natta. His heirs named in the release of Dec. 11, ? 1910, are his widow, Bridget, and the following named
children; 1, Thomas, 2. Jane, married to Michael Nie (Ney, Neigh) of Lower Mount Bethel Twp., Northampton Co., Pa.; 3.
Charity, married to Simon Butler, also of Lower Mount Bethel; 4. Andrew; 5. Lawrence, Jr. married to Elizabeth Shoemaker.
page 156;
The Statement that Lawrence Lomison is the father of Mary is based upon the following cats derived from printed and county
records. The return of Mt. Bethel Twp. For Co. Tax, Jan. 1775, indicated that “Low Lomerson” possesses 200 A of land, 60
A of cleared land, 40 A as sowed, 3 horse, 3 horned cattle, and 13 sheep. The tax lists of this twp. For 1772, 1785, 1786
and of Lower Mt. Bethel Twp in 1788 , also show that Lawrence Lomison is the only tax payer in the county by such a
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surname. His surname is spelled differently for each year. Andrew Lomison born 18 Nov. 1781, died 28 Aug 1827, and
buried in the same cemetery as Peter and Mary Jacoby, was selected y Peter‟s nephews Henry and Robert Simonton as
their guardian after they were 14 years old. His land was located next to that of Solomon Fry, who bought the farm of
Peter‟s father Henry in Lower Mr. Bethel. The County Orphan‟s Court record states that Andrew left nine children all
needing guardians. His widow‟s name was Christina. In 1785 John Lomison was in the same Company of Militia as Peter
Jacoby and his brother John. The U.S. Census, 1790 located “Lawrence Lamerson” in Lower Mr. Bethel, and having a
family of 1 male over 16, 3 males under 16, and 2 females. The only other heads of families of any surname resembling this
in the state of Penna., are Cornelius, Jacob, and Lawrence Lameson in Northumberland Co. The Census of 1810 for
Lower Mr. Bethel Twp. Names Abraham Lomerson, Lani, (or Law.) Lammerson, and Daniel Lomeson. These heads of
families were all between 26 and 45 years old. The second of these had a wife between 16 and 26 years. And one male
child less than 10 years. Old. This would indicate that he belonged to the next generation after the one enumerated in
1790. It is probably that Andrew, John, Abraham, Lawrence Jr., and Daniel were all sons of Lawrence (Sr.).
The surname is found to be variously spelled in the records as follows: Lomison, Lomeson, Lommeson, Lommason,
Lommasson, Lomasswon, Lameson, Lammason. Lamasson, Lamisson, Lamerson, Lammerson, Lomerson, Lommerson.
It is said to have been Lambertson originally, and of Dutch origin. Many families bearing some of these surnames are
referred to in Early Germans of New Jersey, by Rev. Theo Frelinghuysen, 1895. It is stated that “Lawrence Lomerson
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appears on the records at Flemington as early as 1753; was 2 Lieut. Of Capt. Mackay‟s Company, 1 Regt. Of Sussex Co.
in the Revolutionary War. He bought land near Mt. Bethel, in Pennsylvania; his descendants live in the vicinity of Belvidere
(NJ): married: had children: 1 Thomas, m. Hanna Ney, 2. Andrew, m. Christian Smith: 3 Lourence m. Betsey Fox; 4. Jane m.
Michael Ney; 5. Charity, m. ___ Butler. There was also a brother or son of Lawrence whose name is unknown who resided
near Belvidere, and had children: 1 John 2, Jacob. 3. James 4. Lawrence, b. 1770 d, 1864, M. Elizabeth Caswkey (dau. Of
Robert and Jane Todd). It is likely that the list of children is not complete nor arranged in chronological order. The U.S.
Census, 1850, of Franklin Two. Warren co. NJ. Contains the family of Lawrence Lomason, 80; May, 62; Lawrence Jr. 24, all
born in NJ. In 1860 in Phillipsburg Twp., Warren Co., is given the family of Abraham Lomison, 48, postmaster B. in Pa.;
Elizabeth, 35, b. in NJ.; Emaline, 10: James, 8: George, 6: all born in NJ. In the cemetery at Belvedere were found
inscriptions with the surnames of Lommason, Lommasson, and Lomasson.

Lawrence Lambertson:
1870 Census Index, Lapeer Co., MI.: Lambertson, Lawrence, Elba twp.
Lapeer Co. Elba Twp, Registered Voter Lambertson, Lawrence W. 2 April 1870
1884 MI. State Census: Lapeer Co., Oregon twp., dwelling #9, Lambertson, Lawrence, white, male, age 54, Head of
house, married, farmer, can read and write, born New York, parents born New Jersey, in MI. 30 years, wife Corrinda white
female age 40 Keeping house, can read and write, born N.J. parents born N.J. in MI. 30 years, children: (1)son George age
20, single, can read & write, born MI., (2) son Charles age 17, (3) daughter Mary age 16.
Lapeer Co. Death Record: Lawrence Lambertson died June 28, 1912, widowed, age 85 years 5 months 18 days, born New
York, died Elba Twp. Lapeer Co., Michigan, father David Lamberson.

Loveine Dernberger:
Lakeville Cemetery Markers: Loveine Dernberger - daughter of Geo. And Sarah E. Dernberger, D. Aug 24, 1877, age 12
days.

Lucinda Lambertson: (George)
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Marshall A. Shoup(e), born 1843 died 1924, married Lucinda Lambertson born 1848,
parents George (A. or B.) Lambertson and Rebecca Mann. Children Homer Shoup born 1873 died 1945, married Anna:
Mina born 1872 died 1956 married Herman Eschanburg: daughter married William Braze.
Clippings from Ernest Mann‟s Bible: Lucinda Shoup died at Rochester at age 76. She was the sister of James Lambertson
and the aunt of Arthur Dernberger. She was survived by 3 children, Mrs. Nina Eschenburg, Mrs. William Braze, and one
son Homer Shoupe… Burial - Lakeville.
Lakeville Cemetery Markers: Lucinda Shoup - 1848 to 1924, M.A. Shoup 1846 to 1923, Mina Eschenburg 1872 - 1956 and
Herman Eschenburg 1881 - 1956, also James Lambertson 1850 to 1926. Homer Shoup 1873 - 1945 his wife Anna 1879 -
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Lucius Lambertson:
B. Stafford Records: Lucius Lambertson born 12/6/1861 at Lakeville. Died 12/22/1945, age 84 years, parents Jackson
Lambertson and Elizabeth, buried at Lakeville. Lucius and Bell Lambertson had no children.

M.D. Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: MD Lambertson born 29 March 1890, son of Thomas Lambertson and Eliza Ribble, died
Dec. 1973. Married Zilphia Hempstead: Vivian born MI., married Ronald Douglas; Leslie: Luella married Paul Spranger:
Juanita married Clayton Byers: Joyce married D. Hadd: Harold:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage License: M. D. Lambertson age 23, white, of Oxford Macomb Co. MI. son of Thomas Lambertson
and Eliza Ribble married Ziepha Hempstead age 18, white, of Oxford MI. born Brandon Twp., MI, father Hustine
Hempstead, mother Effa Harding, performed by Myron DeBorst Clergyman.
Newspaper Obit: .M.D. Lambertson: Funeral services were held Monday December 24, 1977 at Oxford Cemetery for M.D.
Lambertson, a long-time Oxford resident who came here from Romeo. Mr. Lambertson who lived at 167 S. Washington
Street, Oxford, died at home after an illness of six months. He was 83 years old. E was born in Romeo in 1890, son of
Thomas Lambertson and Eliza Ribble Lambertson. In 1913 he married Zilphia Hempstead. He attended Macomb Public
School and had worked for Koenig Fuel and Supply Co. in Oxford and the village of Oxford. He is survived by his wife,
Zilphia, his children Mrs. Vivian Douglas of Oxford; Lelis A. Lambertson of Oxford; Mrs. Luella Prange of Rochester; Mrs.
Juanita Byers of Ortonville; Harold Lambertson of Lake Orion and Mrs. Joyce Hadd of Oxford. Also surviving are 14
grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

Mabel Lambertson:
Lapeer Co. MI. Birth Record: 15 March 1888, Lambertson, Mabel E., female, born A.A., mother Julia A. born MI. and father
Charles W. born MI., farmer.
Oakland Co. Marriage Index: Mable Lambertson married William E. Lawrence 18 Nov. 1903, book 4 page 22.
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Mabel Lambertson born 1888, daughter of Charles W. Lambertson and Julia Shults,
died 1918 buried Oxford Cemetery, married (1) Lortz, (2) Cooper., Children: (all Lortz) Bertha born 1908; Charles: Archie:
Bernice: Edward.

Mackey Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W.M.: Mackey Lambertson born 26 Nov. 1854, Addison twp., Oakland Co., MI. parents William
Lambertson and Elizabeth Raub, died 13 Aug. 1929 Addison Twp. Oakland Co. MI. Married 23 May 1881 Dryden twp.
Lapeer Co., MI., to Ida M. Allen born 10 July 1865 Dryden twp. Daughter of Seth Newman Allen and Emmah Clack, died 4
July 1942 Pontiac, MI., Children: Ina E. Lambertson born 19 Nov. 1883 Dryden twp. Lapeer Co. died 27 Sept 1963,married
William R. McMeans 18 Dec. 1901 (6 children): Effie M. born 7 Jan. 1887 Dryden twp, married R. A. Smith (2 children)
          nd
married 2 Ismal J. Roden: Millard N. born 13 Sept 1894 Dryden twp., died 10 Nov. 1918, married Edith Oddy.
Local History: Lambertson, Mackey, son of William Lambertson, 1854 - 1929: m. Ida M. Allen, 1882, dau. Of Seth & Emma
Allen of Dryden, 1865 - 1942. Ch: Effie; Ina (m. Wm. McMeans); Millard N.
MI. Death Certificate: Co. Oakland, twp., Addison; Mackey Lambertson, male, white, married, born Nov. 18, 1854, age 74
years 8 months 18 days; Farmer, born MI., father William Lambertson born MI., mother Elizabeth Raub born MI., informant,
Mrs. Hannah Allen of Oxford, MI. Died Aug 13, 1929, cause ? Metril Insufficiency, contributory Arterial Sclerosis and
Prostitutes, buried Oxford Cemetery

Margaret Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: John Layton age 25 of Addison (born 1819, died 1871), married on 9 Mach 1844 Margaret
Lambertson age 23 of Addison, daughter of Christopher Lambertson and Mary, died 1871. Children: Mariet born 1842
died 1891, married ? Terry: Lydia A.. born 1844, died 1870, married ? Sutphin: William born 1845 died 1924, married
Laura Snyder: Christopher L. died 1892
Note: John & Margaret had a grandson, Burt Layton and another, Freddie Sutphin.
Oakland Co. Death Record: 5May 1871, Margarett Layton, female, white, married age 51 years, died in Addison twp.
Cause consumption, born Warren Co. NJ., parents Christopher & Mary Lambertson.
Letter by Mrs. Albert Rohrabacher: John Layton, husband of Margaret Lambertson, was born about 1816. They had a
grandson, Freddy Sutphin. Margaret Lambertson Layton‟s parents were Christopher and Mary Lambertson. One of the
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sons of John Layton and Margaret Lambertson married Emma House (she thinks) the daughter of Lorenzo House and
Minerva Strong. Another son, she thinks married Laura Snyder, daughter of Abram Snyder and Mary Ann Gulick. Their
daughter, Maryette Layton, married a Perry. One of the sons had a son, Burt Layton.

Margaret A. Lambertson:
Oakland Co. Marriage Index: Lambertson, Margaret A. married Jonathan Foot 15 March 1840, book C page 67.

Margaret A. Lambertson:
Oakland Co. Death Record: died March 29, 1874, Margaret A. Lambertson, female, white, single, age 11 or 22, born Oxford,
MI, father Wm Lambertson, mother Elizabeth Lambertson both of Addison twp., cause of death, Consumption of Lungs
.
Mary Lambertson:
Rochester Cemetery Markers: Mary Lambertson; Oct 5, 1824 - Sept. 5, 1910.

Mary Lambertson:
Oakland Co. Marriage Index: Mary Lambertson married Charles H. Ryman on 1 Jan 1863, book F page 247.

Mary Hannah Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: James D. Allen born 13 Nov. 1860, son of Seth Newman Allen and Emmah Clack, died 11
May 1944, buried Oxford Twp Cemetery, married Mary Hannah Lambertson on 24 Dec. 1882,(name given as Hannah M. on
her tombstone), . She was born 15 Nov 1858 daughter of William Lambertson and Elizabeth Raub, died 5 Dec. 1950,
buried Oxford Twp. Cem., son Erva Allen born 13 Apr 1885, died 14 Apr. 1951, married Addie Sherwood 14 Oct 1914 (3
children).,

Mary (Pixley) Lambertson:
Biographical Record of Oakland Co. MI: Mary (Pixley) Lambertson born in Monroe Co., N.,Y., parents Jonathan and Polly
Pixley. Jonathan was born 1799 died 1876, Polly born 1803 died 1890.

Millard N. Lambertson: (Mackey)
Family Group Record, by W. M Millard N. Lambertson born 13 Sept 1894, son of Mackey Lambertson and Ida M. Allen,
died 10 Nov. 1918 Detroit, MI.: Married 1 Oct 1914 Oxford, MI, Edith Oddy born 12 June 1895 daughter of Will Oddy and ___
Lockwood. Daughter Bernice born 5 Feb 1917 Royal Oak, MI., married 5 Feb 1936 Steve Yeager (no children). Bernice and
                               nd
Steve divorced, she married 2 Joseph Butkowski, one adopted son, Richard.
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Oxford Leader: Millard N. Lambertson, Oxford Township, Nov. 13 ---, Millard N. Lambertson, aged 24 years, son of Mr. And
Mrs. Mack Lambertson of Addison twp., died Sunday at the home of relatives in Detroit, where he had gone for a visit, after
a brief illness of pneumonia, preceded by influenza. He was survived by his parents and two sisters, Mrs. William
McMeans of Addison and Mrs. R. a. Smith of Rochester, and a wide circle of friends. Burial in Oxford Cemetery.

Nancy Ann Lambertson:
1830 Census: Pahaquarry twp., Warren Co., N.J., Mathew David Ribble and wife Nancy A. Lamberson: 3 children, Eliza A.
Ribble m. Thomas Lambertson, Mary J. Isaac Ribble
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Matthew D. Ribble born 1827 NJ, parents George B. Ribble died 1830 and Susan Bird
died 1830. Married Nancy Ann Lambertson born, parents Edward (Abraham) & Mary Lambertson. Children; Eliza born
1851 MI., married 4 March 1879 Thomas Lambertson died 1895 1832 NJ, died 3 July 1877: Mary J.: Isaac.
Notes: The father of George B. Ribble was George Ribble. The father of this George Ribble was Anthony Ribble. Anthony
was a native of Germany. M.D. Ribble came to Michigan and Oakland co. in 1849. Matthew & Nancy are shown as
married but living with her parents in the 1850 census, Addison twp. W.M.

Norman Lamberson:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: page 281; Norman, son of Joseph Fox and Lydia (Ransford) Lomason, born in Oakland
Co., MI., March 4, 1857, was married to Myrtie Crow. He died at their home in Washington, Macomb Co., Mi., Feb. 11,
1902. They had two children: 1 Jessie; 2 Jerry.
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Pearl L Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Albert Ludwig born 5 Apr. 1880 died 18 Sept 1910 buried Oxford Cemetery, married Pearl
L. Lambertson born 1890 daughter of Charles W. Lambertson and Julia Shults, died 1926, buried Oxford Cemetery,
                               nd
daughter Iola Ludwig. Married 2 Herbert Teeples.

Peter Lamberson:
1850 Census, MI., Oakland co, Avon Twp.: Peter Lamberson age 48, male, Farmer, worth $4,500, born NJ., wife Sarah age
48 born Penn., Joseph age 24, male, born NJ, Isaac age 19 male, born NJ., James age 17 born NJ., Phillip age 14 born NJ.,
Eliza age 10 born NJ.
The Michael Shoemaker Book: Peter, son of Lawrence and Elizabeth (Shoemaker), Lomason, was born in Sussex Co.,
NJ. Dec. 23, 1802, and was married to Sarah A., born April 28, 1802, died Sep0t 5, 1868, daughter of Joseph and Christian
Fox, of Lower Mount Bethel Twp., Northampton Co., Pa. About 1847 they removed to the vicinity of Rochester, Mich., and
settled on a farm. They are buried in the Rochester Cemetery. Their children were; 1. William Schooley, born Sept 25,
1824; 2. Joseph Fox, born March 24, 1826; 3. George Green, born Aug. 8, 1829; 4. Isaac Shoemaker; 5. James
Kethledge, born May 31, 1833; 6. Phillip Shoemaker, born Feb. 1, 1836; 7. Eliza Ann, born 1840. The will of Peter
Lomason was made June 19, 1860, and names his children as above mentions. He died Aug. 26, 1860.
1850 Census, MI., Oakland co.: Peter Lamberson age 48, wife Sara age 48, Joseph age 24, Isaac age 19, James age17,
Philip age14, Eliza age10.

Peter Lamberson:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: page 281; Peter, son of Joseph F. and Lydia (Ransford) Lomason, born in Oakland Co.,
Mich., Oct. 6, 1853, has been for many years a traveling salesman. He was married to Hattie, born June 9, 1860, daughter
of Orville George and Anna Elizabeth (Kirby) Cook. Their home is in Bad Axe, Huron Co., Mich., and their children are: 1.
Dexter Ferris, born Nov. 6, 1891, a traveling salesman, and 2. Kyle C., born Sept. 15, 1893, a student in 1915.

Peter Lomason:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: Peter, son of Lawrence and Elizabeth (Shoemaker) Lomason, was born in Sussex Co.,
N.J., Dec. 23, 1802, and was married to Sarah A., born April 28, 1802, died Sept. 5, 1868, daughter of Joseph and Christian
Fox, of Lower Mount Bethel Twp., Northampton
Co., PA. About 1847 they removed to the vicinity of Rochester, Mich., and settled on a farm. They are buried in the
Rochester Cemetery. Their children were: 1. William Schooley, born Sept. 25, 1824; 2. Joseph Fox, born March: 24, 1826
3. George Green, born Aug. 8, 1829: 4. Isaac Shoemaker; 5. James Kethledge, born May 31, 1833; 6. Phillip Shoemaker,
born Feb. 1, 1836; 7. Eliza Ann, born 1840. The will of Peter Lomason was made June 19, 1860, and names his children as
above mentioned. He died Aug. 26, 1860.

Philip Shoemaker Lomason:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: Phillip S., son of Peter and Sarah Ann (Fox) Lomason, born in what is now Warren Co., N.U.,
Feb. 10, 1836, removed with his parent to Oakland Co. MI. in 1847. He was married Nov. 1, 1860, to Sarah Jane, born
Dec. 4, 1841, daughter of Thomas and Margaret (Fox) Ross. Philip Shoemaker Lomason has been engaged in the cattle
and sheep business practically all of his life. In his earlier years he sold Michigan Stock in the vicinity of Belvidere, N.J. He
was then a drover. He has been a resident of Rochester, Mich., for more that fifty years. In 1915, then 79 years of age, he
was still actively engaged in the buying and shipping of cattle and was one of the best known men, in his line of business, in
Oakland Co. MI. He has no children.

Rebecca Lambertson;
Oxford Leader:: July 1900, Rebecca Mann born Warren Co. N.J. March 9, 1817. Came to Michigan with her parents in
1844, married George B. Lambertson in 1846. Two sons and two daughter were born to them. Two survive: Mrs. Marshall
Shoup and James Lambertson. She died at her old home where she lived at the age of 83 years.
Oakland Co. Death Record: July 1900, Rebeckea Lambertson, White, Widow age 83 years, died in Oakland Co. born N.J.,
house wife, father Ernest Waner mother Rebecca Man, both born N.J., cause of death Edema of the Lungs.
Lakeville Cemetery markers: Rebeca Mann, wife of George B. Lambertson, B. March 9, 1817, D. July 1, 1900
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Roy Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Roy Lambertson born 25 Dec. 1882 (1884 is on his tombstone), son of Charles W.
Lambertson and Julia Shults, died 25 Nov. 1918 Oxford, MI. buried Oxford Cemetery. Wife Grace Carroll born 1890, father
Albert Carroll, second marriage to Meto C. Apostol 1896 - 1965.

Sarah Lambertson: (Abraham)
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Philander Davis born 1818 Married at age 24, on16 Nov. 1842 Sarah Lambertson age 17,
born 1825 daughter of Abram Lambertson and Mary Cassidy. Children: Lucius Davis born 1843 died 1910, married Nettie
Johnson 1869 - 1954 (2 children, Calvin Davis and Sarah M. Davis): Lucy born after 1843 drowned at the big wheel at the
mill in Lakeville when still a small child. Alice Louise born Aug. 10, 1852 died 1920, married Cornelius Stafford (born 1846
in Canada, died 1829 Port Huron area) in 1877 (1 child, Davis Able Stafford, who had a son Lee. Lee is the father of
William Stafford).
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County History book: Davis, Philander, son of Calvin & Lucy Davis, 1818 - 1901: married 1 Sarah Lambertson, daughter of
Abram & Mary (Cassidy) Lambertson, 1825, died prior to 1867. Children: Lucius Calvin, 1843 - 1910 (married Nettie
                                                                                                                           nd
Johnston); Alice, 1852 - 1920 (married Cornelius Stafford); Lucy M., drowned in Lakeville millstream. Philander married 2
Teresa Johnston Williams in 1867, living 1824 - 1901. No children.

Sarah E. Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: George W. Dernberger born 1824 died 1903, married Sarah E. Lambertson born 24
August 1853, parents George (A. or B.) Lambertson and Rebecca Mann. Children: Loveine born 12 Aug. 1877 died 24
Aug. 1877: and Arthur. Note; Lakeville Cemetery marker.
Lakeville Cemetery Markers: Sarah E. Lambertson - wife of George Dernberger; B. Aug. 24, 1853, D. July 24, 1888 and
Loveine Dernberger, daughter of Geo. And Sarah Lambertson Dernberger, died Aug. 24, 1877 12 days old.
Clippings, Ernest Mann‟s Bible: Sarah Dernberger - wife of George W. Dernberger, d. at her home in Lakeville, July 24,
1888, age 32 yrs. 11 m. Left her son Arthur and husband. Was the sister of Mr. Or Mrs. Marshall Shoupe.

Theodore Lambertson:
Lapeer Co. MI. Death Register: 24 Feb. 1893, Theodore Lambertson, male, white, single, age 34 years 5 months died in
Oakland, cause consumption of the Liver, born MI., farmer, parents George B. and Rebekah Lambertson of Oakland.
Lakeville Cemetery Markers: Theodore Lambertson, B. Aug. 8, 1858, D. Feb. 25, 1893.

Theodore E. Lambertson:
MI. State Census 1884: Lapeer Co., Hadley, Dwelling 317; Lambertson, Theodore, white, male, age 21 boarder, single,
harness maker, can read and write, born MI., parents born N.J.
Lapeer Co. MI. Marriage Register: Theodore E. Lambertson son of L. W. Lambertson and Chlorinda Durling, age 25 of
Hadley, b. MI. married Jan. 25, 1888, to Nannie R. Hulton, daughter of Robert S. Hulton and Clymena Palmesler, age 27 of
Hadley, MI., born Pontiac MI.
Lapeer Co. Birth Record: Lambertson, female, born Hadley, on 28 Jan 1871, mother Nannie born MI., father Theo born MI..
Lapeer Co. Death Record: Lambertson; 28 Jan. 1891, female, died in Hadley, parents Theo and Nannie.

Thomas Lambertson:
From the Michael Shoemaker Book: Thomas, born 1772, died Oct. 31, 1864, son of Lawrence and Bridget (Ban Natta)
Lomason, was married to Hannah Ney, born 1778, died Oct. 18, 1855. They are buried in the Hazen Warren Co., N.J.
Presbyterian Yard. They had a son.

Thomas Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W. M.: Thomas Lambertson born 1850 MI. son of John Lambertson and Catherine Mann, died
1915. Married Eliza Ribble born 1851 MI., daughter of Matthew D. Ribble and Nancy Ann Lambertson, died 1895.
Children 1. Nancy Ann born 18 March 1880, died 5 June 1956, married Andrew C. Inwood (2 children): 2. Meda born 5 Oct
1881 MI., died Dec. 1964, married Lou Lawrence: (3 children). 3. Josephine born 29 June 1883 married Lester Schooley: 4.
MD born 29 March 1890 died Dec. 1973, married Zilphia Hempstead.
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Source Unknown: Lambertson-Thomas; son of John Lambertson and Catherine Mann: b. 1851 d. June 2, 1915 m. Eliza
Ribble on March 4, 1879, she was the daughter of Mathew D. Ribble and Nancy Ann Lambertson; she was born 1851 and d.
1895: Children: 1) Nancy Ann Lambertson b. March 18, 1880, d. June 5, 1956, m. Andrew C. Inwood children, a) Bernice B.
Inwood, b) William Inwood. 2) Meda Lambertson b. Oct. 5, 18_1, d. Dec. 1864, married Lou Lawrence, children a) Helen b)
Albin c) Thomas d. 1967. 3) Josephine born June 29, 1883 m. Lester Schooley. 4) M.D. Lambertson b. June 29, 1883, m.
Zilphia Hempstead; children a) Vivian m. Ronald Douglas b) Leslie c) Luella m. Paul Spranger d) Wanita m. Clayton Byers e)
Joyce m. D. Hadd f) Harold
Oakland Co Marriage License: Thomas Lambertson age 28, of Addison twp, MI., married Eliza Ribble age 28 of Addison
twp., performed by Lester Clark clergyman.
Macomb Co Death Record: Thomas Lambertson died June 3, 1915, male, white, widower, age 64 years 6 months died in
Washington twp, MI. retired farmer, cause of death Malignant disease of throat And mouth, father John Lambertson.

Twinans, Lambertson:
Clippings from Ernest Mann‟s Bible: A young man by the name of Lambertson, Twinans from the vicinity of Oxford, Mich.,
died near Columbia last Friday after a couple days sickness -- he was buried on Saturday, at Hainesbury.

Vern Lambertson:
Oxford Leader: Vern Lambertson, died Dec. 1940 at the Pontiac Infirmary. He had lived at Lakeville most of his life until
the past 2 years, which he spent at Rochester with a niece, Mrs. Harold Weaver. He had been in the hospital 2 months.
He was a farmer and never married. 2 brothers survive: Lucius, of Rochester, and Arthur of Lakeville, Burial in Lakeville.
B. Stafford Records: Vern Lambertson born 3/23/1868, died 12/27/1940, parents Jackson Lambertson and Elizabeth.
Buried in Lakeville Cemetery. According to Jesse M. Brewer (age 91 in 1975); Vern Lambertson was raised in a log cabin
on the NE corner of Townsend and E. Romeo Roads, across from Ribble house.

Wayne R. McMeans:
Newspaper Obit: McMeans, Wayne R.; age 82, of Oxford; March 11, 1985; dear husband of Gladys; beloved father of Mrs.
Elma Rubright of Washington State, Robert McMeans of Oxford, Mrs. Edward (Ina) Donnelly of Lake Orion and Allen
McMeans of Attica and the late David McMeans: 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; brother of Mrs. George (Mamie)
Ellsworth and Mrs. Roy (Ida Mae) Williams, both of Lapeer and Mrs. Matthew (Mabel) LaPorte of Almont. Mr. McMeans
was a school teacher in Waterford School System, retired 1968 also taught in Metamora and Lake Orion. He was a
member of the Immanuel Congregational Church of Oxford, had served on the Oxford School Board, was a member of the
Historical Society of Michigan, Oakland Pioneer and Historical Society, the Northeast Oakland Historical Society and the
Sons of the American Revolution. Funeral services will be Wednesday, March 13, 1985 at the Bossardet Funeral Home,
Rev. Arthur Habermehl officiating. Interment Oxford Cemetery.

William J. Lambertson:
Oakland Co Death Register: 18 Aug 1897, William J. Lambertson, male, white, married age 40 years, died in Eastern MI.
Asylum, cause of death Hypostatic Pneumonia, parents unknown.

William R. Lambertson:
Family Group Record, by W.M.: William Lambertson born 1816 NJ., parents Christopher and Mary Lambertson, died 1886
Addison twp., Oakland Co. MI., married Elizabeth A. Raub born 1835 or 1837 NJ (Tombstone gives 1835 - census of 1850
gives her as 37 years), parents William Raub and Hannah Heinlein (Hineline), died 20 August 1918 Oxford, MI., buried
Lakeville Cemetery. Children: 1.Mackey born 26 Nov. 1854 Addison twp., died 13 Aug. 1929, married Ida M. Allen dau.
Of Seth and Emma Allen of Dryden (3 children): 2. Mary Hannah born 15 Nov. 1859 married James Allen (1 child):3. Charles
Wm. Born 1857 died 1873, married Julia Shutls (4 children): 4. Eva born 1860 died 1873: Margaret Anna born 1862/63
Addison twp. Died 1874: 6. Sarah born 1870 married Alfred Allen (no children):5. Clara Louise born 1865 married Ernest
Swanson (no children):
Notes: All of the above children were born in either Addison or Oakland twps. The family lived in Oakland twp. In 1860.
Alfred Allen is no relation to James and Ida Allen who are brother & sister.
1870 Census Index, Lapeer Co. MI: Lambertson, W. R., residing in Metamora.


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Oakland Co. Probate Court: William Lambertson - will dated July 20, 1892; Elizabeth Lambertson was administrator and
guardian of Clara Louise Lambertson, a minor. Heirs: Elizabeth - widow, Oxford; Mackey Lambertson - son, Lapeer;
Charley W. Lambertson - son, Oxford; Sarah A. Lambertson - Addison; Mary H. Allen - daughter - Dryden; Clara
Lambertson.
Lapeer Co. MI., Death Record: 15 April 1881, Lambertson, Wm. R. married, age 66 years, died Metamora, born New Jersey.
Oakland Co. Death Record: Wm. Lambertson, page 301, Wm. Lambertson, male, white, married, age 70 died in Addison,
Heart Diseas4e, born New Jersey, farmer, parents Chris & Mary Lambertson.
Lakeville Cemetery Markers: William Lambertson 1816 - 1886, his wife, Elizabeth 1835 to 1918, their daughters: Eva 1850
- 1873 and Anna 1862 - 1874.

William R. Lambertson:
1850 MI. Soundex: Lapeer Co. MI., William Lambertson, Metamora, family #652.
Land Records; Lapeer Co. MI. Jas. Bryan, Metamora, Warrantee Deed on May 5, 1859, to William R. Lambertson and wife,
Ann of Metamora for $1,000.00.
Note per Barb Stafford: I believe that her name was Ann Van Wagoner because of other information I have. Also, I believe
that they had a son, James Lambertson and that he (Wm.) is related to and possibly the son of Abraham and Mary
Lambertson.
1860 Census MI., William R. Lambertson, Lapeer Co. age 49 born New Jersey, wife Ann age 30 born MI.
1880 Census, MI. Metamora: Lambertson, William age 63, male, white, Dry Good & Grocer, born NJ., wife Ann age 51
female, white, keeping house born MI., son James R. age 15, attending school, born Michigan.
Lapeer Co. Death Records: 15 April 1881 William R. Lambertson, male, white, married, age 66, died Metamora, cause
auraloid liver, born New Jersey, merchant, parents dead.
Lapeer Co Probate: Wm. R. Lambertson D. 1881, Probate #1312, named in will: Ann Lambertson his wife, and James B.
Lambertson, his son, age 16 residing in Thornville July 7, 1881

William S. Lambertson:
The Michael Shoemaker Book: William Schooley, son of Peter and Sarah A. ()Fox) Lomason, born in Warren Co., NJ.,
then Sussex Co., Sept 25, 1824, was married to Nancy Stone, born May 5, 1824, died March 2, 1903. In 1847 he removed
to Oakland co., Mich. He died, childless, March 11, 1883, and is buried beside his wife at Rochester, Mich.

Zilphia H. Lambertson:
Newspaper Obit: Lambertson, Zilphia, H. of Oxford: February 27, 1984; age 88, beloved widow of the late MD Lambertson;
dear mother of Mrs. Vivian Douglas of Lake Orion, Leslie A. Lambertson, Harold J. Lambertson, and Mrs. Derold (Joyce)
Hadd all of Oxford. Mrs. Luella Prange of Rochester, Mrs. Clayton (Juanita) Byers of Ortonville; 14 grandchildren; 22
great-grandchildren; 3 great great grandchildren; dear sister of Mrs. Ralph (Grace) VanWagner of Oxford and Harland
Hempstead of Royal Oak. Mrs. Lambertson was a member of the Oxford Mon‟s Club. Funeral services 2:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 1 at the Huntoon Funeral Home, Oxford, with the Rev. David Russell officiating. Interment Oxford
cemetery.




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Merchen family notes:

William Merchen:
1880 U.S. census: Butler, Franklin Co., Indiana; William Mercher age 50 born Prussia, Shoemaker, wife Theresia age 37
born Indiana, parents born Bavaria, dg. Katherina age 15 born IN., Eliza age 13 born IN., son John age 10 br. IN., dg. Ellen
age 8 born IN., son Charles age 6 br. IN., dg. Theresia age 4 br. IN., dg. Anna, age 1 br. IN.




Miller & Cunningham Family Notes:

Ann Miller (Isaac, Nicholas, Casper)
Ontario Marriage, Wellington: Miller, Ann of Peel, daughter of Isaac married Elias Rumble 1868.

Anna Miller (William, Isaac, Nicholas, Casper)
Source unknown: Anna Miller married a Warren and they had five children. She married second Mr. Mitchell.

Archibald Miller:
1871 census, Wellington Co., Ont. Can. Miller, Archibald, male, age 42, born Ontario, Church of England, origin Germany,
farmer, married, wife Sarah age 30 born Ont. Origin Irish; children George age 8 and Hazel age 3.

Casper Miller:
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Source Unknown: Casper Miller, wife Elizabeth, children; 1. Michael married (1 ) Anna Detwiller (2 ) Anna Abram Reeser,
                                                                     st             nd
2. Nicholas, 3. Joshua born 1 Jan. 1775 died 11 Nov 1851 married (1 ) Eliz Darrer (2 ) Rachael Shannon Lundy 4. John
born 1784 died 7 March 1851 married Elizabeth. 5. Jacob born 26 Feb 1786 died 1 Oct 1869 married Phebe Gould. 6.
Euphemia. 7. Peter married 30 Aug 1809 Susanna Gilbert. 8. Elizabeth married Ezeria Lunday.

Elizabeth Miller: (Isaac, Nicholas, Casper)
Ontario Marriages; Wellington: Millar, Elizabeth, of Peel, father Isaac, married Roger Douslin 1858.

Henry Miller: (Isaac, Nicholas, Casper)
Ontario Marriages; Wellington: Miller/Millar, Henry of Peel, father Isaac, married Mary Ann McCrea 1862.

Henry Miller:
Will Index: Miller, Henry, Wellington County 1857.

Isaac Miller: (Nicholas, Casper)
1861 Canada, Wellington co., page 101: Isaac Miller, farmer, born Canada, religion U.P. age 59 male, married, Margaret
born New Brunswick age 55 female, married          ?? William born U. Can. age 30 male, married, ?? Mary born U. Can. Age
21 single, Dune age19 female, single, Isaac age 17 male single, Margaret age 15 female, single.
(Miller home is next to Peter Cunningham farm).
1871 census, Wellington Co. Ont. Canada, Peel twp. Isaac Miller, male, age 68, born Ontario, C. Presby. Origin Germany,
farmer, also Isaac Miller age 29 br. Ont., and Margaret Miller age 25.

John M. Bauder:
Cemetery Records of 15 Co. of MI. Bly Cemetery; War of 1812, Bauder, John M. died 3/7/1884 age 90 years 1 month 2
days.
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Mary Miller: (Isaac, Nicholas, Casper)
Ontario Marriages, Wellington; Miller, Mary of Peel, father Isaac, married David Archbald 1862.

Mary Dean Miller: (William, Isaac, Nicholas, Casper)
Clare co. MI, Marriage Cert. #46: 31 July 1905, Ascher Wood and Mary Bauder, Ascher age 27, white, of Clare MI., born
Steuben Co., New York, Fireman, father Charles Wood, mother Eunice Jackson, married once before. Mary Bauder age
34, white,. Resident of Clare, MI., born Alma, Ontario, Canada, domestic, father William Miller, mother Eliza Cunningham,
married once before, witnesses Bertha Smith and John Lono, Minister (M.E.) G.W. Maxwell.
Marriages Vol 10, page 588: 30 Dec. 1922 James L. Goodrich age 71 married Mary D. Wood age 52, married. Both are
residence of Flint. He was born in Genesee Co. MI., she was born in Canada. He was a factory watchman, she was a
nurse. He is the son of Almond Goodrich and Mary Howe, married one time before. Her parents were William Miller and
Eliza Cunningham. She was married twice before. Married by a Baptist minister.
Genesee Co. MI. Death records: Mary Dean Miller born 6 Feb. 1871, died 22 April 1953, white, female, widowed, age at
death 82 years, housewife, born Elora, Canada, citizen of the U.S., father William Miller, mother Eliza Cunningham.
Husbands: Nathan Edson Bauder, Ascher Wood, James Goodrich, Wm Chatters. Informant; Mrs. Charles Worgess 1149
Kurtz, Flint, MI. (her daughter). Cause of death; Coronary Thrombosis, sudden death due to Arteriosclerosis, also cirrhosis
of the liver, autopsy, M.B. Conover M.D., buried 24 Apr. 1953, Cherry Grove Cemetery, Clare, MI., Groves & Co Funeral
Home,
The Flint Journal: April 23, 1953: Chatters, Mary D., 1149 W. Kurtz, age 82 died Wednesday April 22, 1953 at Hurley
Hospital. Funeral services will be held Friday, Apr. 24, 1953, from Groves & Co. Memorial Chapel. Rev. Daniel O.
Robbins officiating. Burial in Cherry Grove Cemetery, Clare, MI.. Death was due to complications following a past illness
of several years. She was born in Elora Ontario, Canada, Feb. 6, 1871 daughter of William & Eliza Miller, lived in Flint for
the last 60 years, coming from Canada. Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Charles Worgess of Flint, 9 grandchildren, 20 great
grandchildren, 1 great great grand child; sister Mrs. Anna Mitchell of Flint, Michigan, several nieces and nephews.

Matilda Miller: (William )
Ontario Marriages, Wellington: Miller, Matilda of Peel, daughter of William, married James Malott 1867.

Peter Cunningham:
1861 census, Canada; Cunningham, Peter, male, age 68 born Ireland, Church of England, origin Irish, farmer, married, wife
Ann Cunningham age 67, also James age 23 and Peter Plakeley age 16 and Margaret Plakeley age 12.

Nicholas Miller: (Casper)
History of Marcum, Ontario: Nicolas, son of Casper H. Miller and Elizabeth Tylor, wife Sarah (Sally) Chapman born Penn.
                                        nd
Died 1849 Marcum, Ont., (she married 2 David Leek Sr. 1813). Sarah was the daughter of Nathan & Hannah Chapman:
Children 1. Nancy born 1795 married 1813 Jacob Munshaw. 2. Henry born 1797 married Mary Kennedy died 1884. 3.
Nathan born 1800. 4. Isaac born 1802 married Margaret Wright born 2 Apr 1826. 5. Michael born 1804. 6 John born
1806. 7 Abram born 1809 die in Galiana.

William Miller: (Isaac, Nicholas, Casper)
Miller's    William and wife Eliza Cunningham
Ontario Marriages, Wellington; Miller, William of Peel, father Isaac married Eliza Cunningham 1863.
Info on Eliza: 1861 Wellington Co. Personal Census #19, Eliz. Cunningham born U.C. Rel. F. Presby., age 17.5 single.
Source Wm. Britnall, Mississanga, Ont.: Wellington Co., page 78, William Miller
resident of Peel, father Isaac, wife Eliza Cunningham 1863.
1871 census, Wellington Co., Ont. Canada: William Miller, male age 40 born Ontario, church of England, origin ? Germany,
laborer, married, wife Eliza age 26 born Ontario, origin Irish, married: children Margaret, female age 8, born Ont. Going to
school. 2. Alexander M. age 6 born Ont. In school. 3. Haslp female age 6, in school, Mary female age 2
1881 census, Clifford, Wellington North, Ontario: William Miller age 50 Laborer, wife Eliza age 36, dg. Margaret age 17, son
Alx age 15, dg. Ann age 13, dg. Mary age 11, son William age 9, son Bert age 6, dg. May age 2. All born in Ontario and
belong to the Church of England
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William Miller:
Will Index: Miller, William, Wellington County 1849.




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MURRAY FAMILY Notes:




Murray:
10,000 Vital Record of Western New York 1809-1850: page 159, Murray, ___,___,___, 3 children of Mrs. William Murray
died in Gorham March 8/9/1815

Charles Murray:
1870 New York, Monroe Co, Brighton: Murray, Charles age 58, male, white, Carpenter, worth $3,000 & $200, born Penn.
Wife Mary age 57 born Conn., Julia age 17 female, with born New York, and Balentine, Maggie age 33, school teacher born
New York.


Esther Murray:
Litchfield Vital Records. Vol. 2 page 85; Murray, Esther daughter of Hezekiah & Eunice born 8 May 1797.
History of Monroe Co N.Y.: The Baptist church at Parma Corners was organized 10 Jan 1832 by the Rev. C. Hartshorn, in
the school house at that place with the following members: J. C. Murray, L. Murray.

James Murray:
1894 Census, MI. Lapeer Co. Mayfield Twp. page 200, dwelling 257, family #265; Murray, James white, male, age 72,
widowed, farmer, born New York, father born New York, in MI. 10 years

James Murray:
1870 New York, Monroe Co. Murray, James age 50 male, white, tailor, worth $1,600 & $180. Born Ireland, wife Elizabeth
age 48, son Charles age 22 born New York, daughter Elizabeth age 17 born N.Y., daughter Margaret age 14 born NY and
Edward McLottlin age 13.

James Murray:
Early Conn. Marriages: James Murray married Katherine Scovert (?) 28 May 1777, New Haven, Conn.

John Murray:
Early Conn. Marriages: John Murray married Desire Sawyer 8 Nov 1759 ? New London, Conn.

John Murray:
Landmarks of Monroe Co. N.Y.; Town of Ogden - 27 Jan 1817 the town of Parma was divided the southern portion - new
town of Ogden - so called in allusion to Wm. Ogden son-in-law of John Murray - an original proprietor of the lands.

Martha Murry:
1855 Monroe Co. NY State Census; Clarkson NY. Murry, Martha head of household, female, age 47, widow, born
Renseleor, farming, Children; Alexander, male age 21 born Monroe, Laborer, David male age 18 born Monroe Laborer,
Eliza female age 10 born Monroe, Frank male, age 6 born Monroe, Andrew male age 3 born Monroe.

Rachel Murry:
Early Conn. Marriages: Henry Calvin Akins married Rachel Murry on 9 May 1794, Montville, Conn.

Sarah Murry:


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1870 N.Y. Monroe Co, N.Y. Brighton, Murray, Sarah age 35, farm laborer, born New York, also, Ella age 15, Margaret age
14, Caroline age 12, Tuda age 6, Kalay age 5, and Henry age 2.




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Perkins - Porter Family Notes:

Perkins:
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Mr. Perkins married Euzebia Chamberlain. She was born 1781, and died 1847 Metamora,
Lapeer Co. MI. and is buried in the Metamora Cemetery. Her second husband was Moses Porter. The Perkins children
were Hannah born 12 Sept 1800, married Joel Wilder in Bristol, New York, died 12 March 1887 Attica, Lapeer Co. MI.; Sally
born 25 March 1806 married Eber Barrows, died 23 July 1880 Metamora, MI.; Harry F. born 12 Dec. 1809 or 1 Nov 1810
New York, married 10 Oct 1840 Pauline Banker in Metamora, he died 10/09/1889 Metamora: also (?) Julia born 1814,
Bristol N. Y.

Perkins:
Early Conn. Marriages: page 77, 78; Hartland, Conn.: Joseph Perkins married Lois Couch 25 Nov. 1771; Eliphas Perkins
married Mary Daniels 11 Jan. 1776; Elisha Giddings married Susanna Perkins 22 April 1776; Phineas Perkins Jr. married
Phebe Hall 4 May 1779; Gideon Perkins married Sarah Harger 14 Oct. 1783; Ozias Holcomb Jr. of Granby married Ruth
Perkins 1 Jan. 1788; Amose Perkins married Olive Adams of Grandy, 9 Sept 1794.

Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 4, #4 Index to 1860 Federal Population Census of Lapeer Co., MI. Benjamin - Attica-64; Samuel -
Attica-27; Benjamin L. - Metamora-184; Harry T. - Metamora,-185; Benjamin F. Lapeer-19; Daniel W. Lapeer-19; Hiram -
Lapeer-31; John - Lapeer-35; Calvin - Lapeer-38; Charles - Lapeer-37; Elijah - Lapeer-61 Charles. W. - Imlay-84; Cyrus -
Dryden-160; Franklin - Dryden-160; Timothy - Dryden-160.
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 9 #2 U 1870 Census Index: C.W. Perkins - L2 (Lapeer)-02; George - Metamora-09; Hiram - L2-11;
Hiram - Oregon-12: H..F. - Metmora-10: James - Metamora-12; John - Mayfiled-06; Lucius - Attica-27; Mary A. - Mayfield -
14; Timothy - Dryden - 14; Walter - Lapeer-01; Walter - Mayfield-16; Wm. F. - Lapeet-14.

Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 5, #1 Index to 1860 Fed. Census of Lapeer Co. MI.; Porter, Allen J. - Hadley-236; Alvin - Metamora-191;
Andrew R. - Almont-89; John H. - Dryden-139; Mason C. - Metamora-191; Noah H. - Metamora-00.
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 9, #2 Index to 1870 Fed. Census of Lapeer Co. MI.; Porter, A. - Lapeer-05; Allen - Hadley-28; Alvin -
Metamora-24; Andrew - Goodland-01;Belona - Almont-04 &29; Henry H. - Attica-26; James - Metamora-24; Mason -
Metamora-24; Sarah I. - Attica-05.

Porter:
Lapeer co. Death Records #571, 16 Dec. 1871, Porter, white, female, married, age 56 years 6 months, died in Metamora.
Note: calculations with tombstone, gives this to be Mrs. Alvin Porter (Mary Ann Pomroy)

Ada F. Porter (Henry)
Lapeer Legacy: Births; Vol 4, #3; 7 August 1870 Porter, Ada F., parents Henry born MI. and Elizabeth born NY; farmer.

Albert Porter:
1880 MI. census, Lapeer Co. Metamora Reel #589, page 10; Porter, Albert age 48 male white Farmer born N.Y., wife Ann
age 47 female, white, house, born New York, son Dewayne age 21 male white Farm Laborer born MI., also Samantha
Lemon daughter age 25 female, white, born MI. and Ira A. Lemon, Grandson, age 2, male, white born MI.

Alice Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2: Deaths; Owen Harold died 19 Dec 1900, male, single, age 10 years 4 months 7 days died
Lapeer, born MI, mother Alice Perkins, father H.C. Owen.

Alma Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2: Marriages, William Fletcher age 43 of Dryden & Mrs. Alma Perkins age 51 of Dryden by Seth Hall,
JP on 2 June 1845, Wit: Amasa Cook & Phineas Hall.
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Alvin Porter: (Moses)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Alvin Porter, Farmer, born 30 Apr. 1808 New York, died 25 May 1882 Metamora, Lap. Co.
MI. father Moses Porter mother Mercy, married Mary A. born 1815 New York died 1871; Children: Eliza born 1837 MI.,
Mason born 1841 MI., James born 1842 MI., Adelaide born 1844 Mi., Phildena of Rodema born 1845 Mi., Alvin born 1847
Mi., Phebe born 1848 Mi., possible others are Julius A. born 1859 MI, died 8 Feb 1907 (SD Brown Funeral Home Book 4
page 153) John Stewart born 1846 Canada.
Lapeer Legacy: Deaths; Vol 8, #3 June 1882, Porter, Alvin, white, age 76 died Metamora, born NY, parents unknown.

Andrew Porter: (John)
Portrait and Biographical Record: page 491, Andrew Porter, was born in the State of New York, July 13, 1830, and is a son
of John Porter, who came west when his son was only six years old. The family located one mile north of Utica, Macomb
Co., and here Andrew Porter grew to manhood and upon arriving at his majority undertook work for himself, apprenticing
himself to the blacksmith trades. He afterward went to work at the fanning mill business, which he followed for six years
and subsequently learned the trade of a carpenter and joiner at which he worked for about three years and later spent one
year in farming. He bought out a livery stable in Almont which he carried on successfully for eight years, after which he
returned permanently to farming. His wife Sophia Sanborn and is a native of Michigan, being a daughter of Elijah
?Sanborn. She was united in marriage with Andrew Porter in 1856, and as we have said became the mother of two
children. The father, like the son is a Democrat in his political opinions.
Andrew a native of New York and Sophia (Sanborn, born in Canada) Porter, have two children, William and Emma who
became the wife of Morris Morton.

Ann E. Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: Labanah W. Cardwell age 26 married Ann E. Perkins age 20 of Metamora on 3 Sept 1861, by John
Gray Minister.

Anna E. Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy: Vol 12, #1: Graduates of Lapeer High School: Class 1883 Anna E. Perkins; married Mr. Lockwood.

Anna Maud Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 13#3 Anna Maud Porter; born 27 July, Goodland, mother Mary born NY, father William born MI,
farmer.

Arch. Perkins:
1800 New York, Population Sch. Pittsfield, Arch Perkins, 3 males 0-10, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 26-45, 2 females 0-10, 2
females 10-16, 1 female 26-45.

Benjamin Perkins:
History of Lapeer Co.: page 19; Benjamin Perkins located on section 15, near Thornville. He afterwards removed to
Portsmouth, Bay Co. where he died.

Benjamin Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: Benjamin Perkins age 27 married Mary Smith age 17, on 27 Sept 1849,.by M. Buel Eldridge.

Benjamin Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy: Births; Vol 8, #2; 14 Aug 1872, Perkins, No name, male, parents Ben, merchant born MI, & Jemina born
PA.

Benjamin F. Perkins: (Benjamin L.)
Lapeer Co. Marriages: page 342 Benjamin F. Perkins age 26 married Clarrisa B. Hough age 27 on 2 Nov. 1861.
Portrait and Biographical Record of Macomb Co. MI.: page 348; Benjamin F. Perkins. A man who for a long series of years
has served the people --- in the township of Ray, Macomb Co. MI. Feb. 10, 1835. He is the son of Benjamin L. and
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Catherine P. (Boyden) Perkins. The mother of our subject was a New Yorker by birth and the father was born in
Pennsylvania near the New York line and was a farmer before coming to Michigan. He came to Troy, Oakland Co. in 1833
and entered land in Ray Twp. Macomb Co. the following year. He sold and moved to Metamora Twp. Lapeer Co, where he
purchased and cleared a farm of one hundred and forty acres on which he lived until 1862. At the age of 16 he began
clerking in the general dry-goods store. Mr. H. Griswold, staying with that gentleman for eleven years but being a part of
that time in Metamora. After severing his connection with Mr. Griswold, he went to Thornville and entered a lease in a
flouring mill of which he became proprietor. Two years later he sold out and then went to Bay City and engaged in the
mercantile business. He had been married in Lapeer to Clarissa Hough. The lady was born in Conn. Apr. 13, 1835. She
is a daughter of Walter Hough. Our subject was in the mercantile business in Bay City six years during which he was twice
burnt out, once in July 1863 afterward in 1869. After the last disaster he engaged for two years in the life insurance
business, and then moved to Lapeer in 1872. It was in 1878 that Mr. Perkins was elected Justice of the Peace. *****in
1866 married Stephen A. Lockwood, a dry-goods merchant of Lapeer: Harry Perkins, whose nativity was in Bay City, Jan.
20, 1868 has found employment in his native home as a book-keeper; and Albert H., born In Lapeer, April 23, 1873, is a clerk
in Bay City.

Bert Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol.15 #1 Dryden High School Graduates: Class of 1885 - Bert Porter.

Bessie Porter: (Julius A.)
Lapeer Legacy Vol 14 #3&4, Birth Records: 24 Jan 1887, Porter, Bessie May female born Dryden, mother Ann E.. born MI,
father Julius A. born MI., farmer.
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #1: Graduates of Lapeer High. Class 1902, Bessie Porter, married McArthur.

Blanche Porter: (Munson)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol.10, #1 3 Apr. 1875, Porter, Blanche, female, born Metamora, mother Jane E. born MI, father Munson
born MI, farmer.

Calvin. Perkins:
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Lapeer Legacy; Vol 5 #4, Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield twp. Perkins, Calvin, Co. C 1 MI. E&M, Sarah, wife of Calvin, died
Feb. 10, 1866, age 54 years 4 months 14 days.

Caroline S. Perkins: (James)
Lapeer Co. Death Records: Caroline S. Perkins died 2 Nov. 1893, female, white, single, age 24 years 1 month, Metamora
twp. Consumption, born MI. parents James O. & Caroline Perkins.

Catherine Porter:
Lapeer Legacy: Deaths Vol. 8 #3: 26 July 1883, Porter, Catharine, widowed, age 74 years, 3 months 2 days, Elba twp, born
Jew Jersey, parents unknown.

Charles W. . Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 5 #4, Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield twp. Perkins, Charles W. 1833 - 1908.
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 11 #2: Births; Perkins, female, born Lapeer on 5 July 1877, mother Mary, born MI, father Charles W.
born Can. Real estate.

Charlotte Perkins:
Lapeer Genealogical Quarterly. Vol2 Jan 1984: Married: In Brandon, Oakland county, on Dec. 30, 1849, by Rev. Mr. Eaton,
George Farrer of Hadley to Miss Charlotte Perkins of Brandon.

Charlotte Perkins:
Lapeer Genealogical Quarterly. Vol2 Jan 1984: Lapeer Co Death Records: 26 Nov. 1875; Perkins, Charlotte; married, 20
years 4 months 21 days, died Imlay City, Born Canada, daughter of Josiah & Charlotte Helmka of Imlay.


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Clate Perkins: (Freemont)
Lapeer Legacy Vol 15 #2 Births: 13 June 1889, Perkins, Clate, male born Lapeer, mother Caroline Isolama born MI, father
Freemont born MI, occupation “ms”.

Cynthia Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2: Marriages, Asa Hammond age 23 Orion, Oakland co, and Cynthia Perkins age 16 of Lapeer, at
Charles Perkins‟s by Noah H. Hart JP on 28 Apr 1845, Wit: Orlen T. Dewey & Charles Perkins.


Cyrus Perkins:
Lapeer Co Marriages: Cyrus Perkins age 24 married Hannah Bernathy age 19 of Dryden, wit. David Smith and Benjamin
Perkins.
Lapeer Co. Probate Records: Name & Other Information; Record #00077, Date 1848, Perkins, Cyrus et al - Guardianship;
Cyrus Perkins, Phebe Perkins, Lucas Perkins minor children ? Over 14 of Lucke Perkins late of LRC; William Fletcher,
guardian.

Dan Perkins:
1800 New York Populations Sch. Pittsfield; Dan Perkins 2 males 0-10, 1 male 26-45, 2 females 0-10, 1 female 16-26.

Dorcas Perkins:
Lapeer Co. MI. Death Records: 19 Feb. 1889, Dorcas Perkins, female, white, widow, age 84 years, Oregon twp., Paralysis,
born Pennsylvania, parents John & Sarah McClary of London, Canada.

Francis L. Perkins:
Flint Genealogical Quarterly: Vol 33 #1: 22 Sept 1865, Amos B. Lobdell, age 35 married Francis L. Perkins age 25, at
Linden, Mich. By Wm. White, minister. Wit: Thomas J. Lobdell and Delos A. Perkins.

Frank R. Perkins: (George T.)
Lapeer Legacy: Lapeer Co Births Vol. 14, #3&4: Perkins, Frank R. male, born Imlay on 27 Dec. 1886, mother Minnie born
MI, father George T. born MI., fiddler.

Franklin S. Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 7, #1 Maple Grove Cemetery, North Branch Twp.; Porter, Franklin S. born Feb. 4, 1831 died July 28,
1907, wife Mary E. born Oct 15, 1831 died March 7, 1905

Fred Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol 15#1; Dryden High School Graduates: Class of 1905, Fred Porter.

Edna Elsie Porter:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #1: Graduates of Lapeer High. Class of 1915 Edna ELSIE Porter.

Effie Porter:
Lapeer Co. MI Deaths: 1903 Charles M. Blackmer age 6 days, died Metamora, cause Valvular heart, parents Dee Blacker
& Effie Porter.

Electa Perkins:
Oakland Co., MI. Marriages: page 37 Burgess, David F. of Novi married to Electa Perkins of Novi;, Jacob B. Covert 20 Dec.
1836

Elijah Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: page 282 Elijah Perkins age 24 married Eliza Brooks age 17 on 28 March 1858, John Sutton JP.


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Elisha Perkins:
1800 Census; Ontario Co. N.Y.: Elisha Perkins, five in household. Also in the same area are household for Joseph Perkins,
Phineas Perkins and Moses Porter.

Eliza Porter:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #1: Graduates of Lapeer High. Class of 1913; Eliza Porter, married a Pinkerton.

Ellen Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy Vol 3 #4;West Deerfield Cemetery; Perkins, Ellen F., March 20, 1866 - May 2, 1928.

Ellen Perkins:
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Portrait and Biographical Record; of Lapeer Co.: Andrew McGregor married April 18, 1885 (2 wife) Ellen Perkins, a
daughter of Calvin Perkins, an old settler in Lapeer Township. Mrs. McGregor is a native of this township and was born in
1848. She is well reared and educated, and is an estimat-woman. They are the parents of one child, a son, whose name
is Roy.

Emily Porter:
Lapeer Legacy: Vol. 12 #2 Marriages: Hosea Campbell age 38 from Oxford Oakland Co., and Emily Porter age 20 of
Metamora, married at the home of Noah A Porter, by Price B Webster, JP, witness Robert McKay & Joseph Porter on 19 Oct
1841.

Emma Porter: (William)
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #4: Births: Porter, Emma, female, born Goodland twp., 12 Dec. 1881, mother Mary A. born N.Y.,
father William born MI., farmer.

Enoch Perkins:
Ontario Co., NY Grantor Index of Deeds 1795 -1845: 1796 Enoch Perkins grantor - Nathan Elliott - grantee: 1797 1800 &
1801 Enoch Perkins grantor - J. Wadsworth, grantee: 1801 Enoch Perkins grantor - Oliver Phelps grantee: 1811 Enoch
Perkins grantor - Ebenezer Bardnard grantee. 1800 Enoch Perkins grantee - Augustus Porter grantor, 1802 Enoch Perkins
grantee - Nathan Elliot & Augustus Porter grantor.
McGowan-Hartzell (Roots Web) author: Mary Alice Ervin: Enoch Perkins born Hartland, CT., father Phineas Perkins born 4
Sept 1750 New Haven CT., mother Phebe Hall born 1748. Enoch married Clarissa Barnes 8 June 1781 in Rupert, VT. ,
married again 8 June 1808 in Trumbull, Ohio., son Hiram H. Perkins born Jan 1813 in Fowler Twp., Trumbell Co., OH.
History of Hartford: page 422/23 Picture of Henry A. Perkins born 1801, son of Enoch Perkins. (note, this may be another
Enoch Perkins, other than the Ontario Co. NY.)

Esther Perkins: (Luke)
Source unidentified publication: Starmer, Samuel Milson 1807-1905 married Esther Perkins 1817-1850 daughter of Luke &
Alma (Spencer) Perkins; children: Edward born 1835 married Louise Huggins; John born 1836 married Matie Isbell: Samuel
born 1837 died in Civil War unmarried; Maria born 1838 married Linas Fisher; Matilda born 1840 married 1863 John Best;
Sarah born 1842 married Benjamin Young; Mary born 1844 married Sidney Walton, Elizabeth born 1848 married Labon
Hoag: Esther & Martha.
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2 Deaths: Fisher, Mariah died 7 Dec. 1898, female, married age 60 years 8 months 17 days, died
Dryden, born MI. mother Esther Perkins, father Samuel Stanone HK.

Eulelia Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol 3, #4: West Deerfield Cemetery; Perkins, Eulelia, March 8, 1897 - July 3, 1915; Richard Nov. 23 1857 -
April 9, 1932.

Eunice May Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 5 #4, Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield twp. Perkins, Eunice May born 1871 - died 1976.


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Euzebia Perkins Porter: (Chamberlain)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Mr. Perkins married Euzebia Chamberlain. She was born 1781 and died 1847 Metamora,
Lapeer Co., MI. Children (1) Hannah born 12 Sept 1800 married Joel Wilder in Bristol, New York, and died 12 March 1887
Attica Lap. Co. MI; (2) Sally born 25 March 1806 married Eber Barrows, died 23 July 1880 Metamora, MI.(3) Harry F. born
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12/12/1809 or 1/11/1810 New York, married 10 Oct 1840 to Pauline Banker (2 wife), died 10/9/1889 Metamora, Lapeer
Co. MI.
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Moses Porter born 10 or 14 July 1759 ? Hartford Conn., died 1840 Metamora, Lapeer Co.,
MI., buried Metamora Cemetery, father David Porter, mother Margaret Olmstead, Military - Rev. War Conn. Regt. S. Co.
Capt. Wm. Co. discharged 1783; wife (1) Mercy, died 13 Aug. 1811 age 46, son Enos Alvin born 30 April 1807 married Mary
                                                      nd
A. (1817 - 1871) died 25 May 1882. Moses married 2 1815 in Bristol, New York, Euzebia (Chamberlain) Perkins, children
Louisa born 1 March 1816 married Edmund Simmons, Eliza Permilla born 4 Feb. 1818, died 13 Nov 1850/51, Moses Green
born 7 Dec 1819 New York, died 30 Nov 1884, Novi, Oakland Co., MI., Sophronia Euzebia born 14 Dec 1822 married 9 Dec
1841 in Metamora, G. W. Pitcher, died 26 Jan 1881 Metamora, Lap. Co. MI., Marilla Eunice born 25 Jan 1825 married 23
Feb 1847 Stillman Robbins Morse, died 2 June 1906.
National Archives: “Application for Pension Transfer”: 24 May 1838 transfer to Michigan for Moses Porter, witnessed by his
Attorney Ephraim Perkins. P.O. Royal Oak, Oakland Co. MI. $8.00 per month.

George L. Perkins: (James)
Lapeer Co Birth Records; 31 Jan. 1884, George L. Perkins, male, white, Oregon twp., parents James L. & Maggie Perkins,
father born New York.

George P.. Perkins:
Flint Genealogical Quarterly Vol 31 #4: Burleson, John, of Gaines Twp. Born 11 Apr. 1845, died 18 Feb 1929, served with 23
MI Inf Co E; enlisted 26 Sept 1864, age 18, substitute for George P. Perkins.

George Perkins:
Macomb Co Death Record: George Perkins died 20 Aug 1870, male, white, widower, age 76 years 10 months 20 days, died
Richmond twp, born Mass, Farmer, parents unknown.

George W. Perkins:
Flint Genealogical Quarterly Vol 30 #4: Perkins - Perry: 26 July 1865, George W. Perkins, age 25 and Jennie Perry, age 15
both of Fenton, Mich., by Joseph Skank, minister. Wit: Amos B. Lobdell and Frances L. Perkins.

Gilbert Porter: (Henry)
Lapeer Co. Genealogical Vol1 @1: 8/21/1867, Porter, Gilbert W., son of Henry & Elizabeth, Dryden, mother born MI, father
born NY, farmer.


Gladys Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 13#1 Gladys Porter; class of 1907; North Branch High School Graduates 1890-1925.

Grace Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 13#2 Grace Porter; class of 1914 North Branch High School Graduates 1890-1925.

Gram Perkins:
1880 MI Census, Lapeer Co., Metamora: (Dwelling listed prior to H.F. Perkins) Gram Perkins age 26 and wife Florence age
27, Mabel A. age 2 and Harry F. age 1.
Per Arzelma (Thompson) Fricke: Gramville married Florence Baker.

Grover Andrew Porter: (William A.)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 14 #3&4 Birth Records: 17 July 1888, Porter, Grover Andrew, male, born Goodland Twp., mother Mary
born PA, father Wm. A. born MI. farmer.
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Guy L. Perkins: (James)
Lapeer Co. Deaths: 5 May 1884, Guy L. Perkins age 3 years 5 months, Oregon twp., Dropsy on brain, born MI., parent
James L. & Maggie Perkins.

H. Y. Perkins:
History of Lapeer Co. In 1838 H.Y. Perkins located in Sec. 11 & 15 (Hadley) coming from Southfield MI.. Mr. & Mrs. Moses
Porter, step father & mother of H.Y. Perkins came with them.

Hallis R. Porter: (Julius A.)
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 11 #4, Births: Porter, Hallis, female, born Dryden on 15 Feb. 1878, mother Elizabeth born MI, father
Julius A. born MI, farmer.

Hannah Perkins:
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Joel Wilder born 16 Aug 1794/96 Ontario Co. NY, died 8 June 1867 Metamora, MI. son of
David Wilder and Rice, married Hannah Perkins born 12 Sept 1800, died 12 March 1887 Attica, Lapeer Co. MI., buried
Metamora Cemetery, mother Euzebia Chamberlain; Children (1)Benjamin Franklin born 11 April 1824 Ontario Co, NY.
Married 1858 Maria Shippey died 13 March 1892, (2) William Wallace born 8 March 1827 married 1852 Alice Ann Carr, died
27 June 1862 Savage Station, Virginia, (3) Helen Lucretia born 1833 N.Y. married Henry Knapp, (4) Henry Rice born 1837,
(5) Harvey born 1837 MI., (6) Windfield Scott born 23 Dec. 1841 White Lake twp., MI. married March 1864 Mary Ann Davis,
died 16 Dec. 1884 North Branch, MI. (7) Robert born 1842 MI. & (8) Sarah, married Mr. Cartwright.

At this point there seems to be errors that need to be cleared between H.F., H. Y., Harry, Henry F. and Harvey Perkins.
Seems to be confusion with the name. Might possible be all the same person.

Hannah Perkins:
Macomb Co. Marriages: Perkins, Hannah S. married Graves, Jerome B. on 20 Dec. 1847.

Harry Perkins:
1850 Census, MI., Oakland Co., Addison twp. line 38, page 129; Harry Perkins age 36 farmer worth $400. Born New York,
Phebe age 28 born N.Y., children Mary Ann age 4, Charles age 3, Sarah Ann age 1.
1860 Census, MI.; Harry Perkins, age 49, born New York, wife saline/Pauline age 47, children Ann age 18, James age 16,
Adaline age 14, Jana age 11, Gramble age 6.
1870 Census, MI., Lapeer Co., Thornville, H.F. Perkins, age 59, born NY, Pauline age 59 born NY. Orville J. age 20 born
MI., Harry G. age 15 born MI.
1880 Census, MI, Lapeer Co. Metamora: Harry Perkins age 70, farmer. Wife Pauline age 70 and Nora A. granddaughter age
12.
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: H.F. Perkins (Harry F.), Farmer, born 1/11/1810 New York, died 10/9/1889 Metamora,
                                                                  st                             nd
Lapeer Co. MI., parents Perkins & Euzebia Chamberlain, married 1 Mary Ann Pomeroy, married 2 on 11 Oct 1840 in
                                 ,
Metamora by Ezra Tripp Minister, Pauline Banker who was born 14/5/1801 New York, died 23/3/1889 Thornville, MI.,
daughter of Rev. James Banker: Children; Ann 1842, James 1846, Adaline, Jana 1849, Gramble 1854 Orville J. born 1850,
Harry G. born 1855
Lapeer Legacy, Vol.15 #2 Lapeer Co Probate Records: Rec.#0099 date 1851: Harris, Alanson of Metamora, Estate & Will,
Harrison Harris, Contents: JS Comstock: Gutches James M.; Henry Groff, JP, E. Barrows, Joseph A Church; HARRY F.
PERKINS; John M Lamb; Eber Barrows: Jeremiah P Comstock: Phebe Ann Dewey: DW Churchill; Amy Edgerton.
Lapeer Legacy, Vol.15 #3 Record 00130 Date 1853-1854,Terry, George W. Metamora 5 Aug 1854, Estate, listed among the
names are Ephraim Barrows, Elihu T Rice, HARRY F PERKINS, Samuel H. Chamberlin.
Lapeer Co. Deaths: 10 Sept. 1889, Harry F. Perkins, male, white, widower, age 79 years 10 months 14 days, died in
Metamora of Gangrene, born New York, Farmer., buried in Metamora Cemetery.

Harvey Perkins:


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A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Harvey Perkins born 1815 married 6 March 1845 Phebe Willis born 1822, married in Orion
Twp. Oakland Co. MI. by Rev. John Gray.

Harvey Perkins:
1850 MI., Lapeer Co., Metamora Census: Harvey Perkins age 39 male, worth $1,300,
born New York, wife Pauline age 39 born New York, children Eugene age 16 laborer, born Upper Canada attending school,
Joshua age 15 born New York, Eliza age 8 born Michigan, James age 6, Adaline age 5, Orvil age 1.

Harvey Perkins:
Oakland Co. Marriages: Perkins, Harvey married Lousa Isham 14 March 1837.

Hattie Porter:
Lapeer Legacy Vol 15 #1: Dryden High School Graduates, Class of 1882, Hattie Porter.

Henry F. Perkins:
History of Lapeer Co. MI. H.R. Page & Co. 1884, page 122, 1841 Metamora town treasurer, Henry F. Perkins.
History of Lapeer Co. MI, page 125 H.F. Perkins was born in Genesee Co. N.Y. in 1810 and at 3 years of age moved with his
parents to Ontario Co. where he resided until 1837. He then came to Lapeer Co. MI., taking up land from the government
on section 12 in Metamora, where he now resides. Of his early residence in the township, Mr. Perkins can recite many
interesting pioneer experiences, few more interesting than, he. often had to go to Birmingham, Oakland Co., on foot for
plow prints. He has served the township as treasurer, highway commissioner and in other minor offices. In 1834 he was
married to Miss Mary Ann Pomroy, of Bristol, Ontario Co., N.Y., who died in 1835, leaving one child. He was again married
to Miss Paulina Banker of Metamora, by whom he has five children.

Henry H. Porter: (John)
Lapeer Co. Death records: Book B, page 180, 30 Dec. 1903, Henry H. Porter, male, white, widower, age 58 years 30 days,
died Imlay City, cause Cardiac Asthma, born New York, surgeon, father John H. Porter.

Hiram Perkins:
Macomb Co, MI. Marriages 1819-1849: Hiram Perkins to Sarah Ann Meek 28 May 1833

Hiram Perkins:
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Hiram Perkins born 1805 Vermont or England, died (?) 11/6/1904. Funeral S. D. Brown
Funeral Home info Book 9 page 16. Married Dorcas McClary born 1805/07 Pennsylvania, died 19 Feb. 1889 Oregon Twp
Lapeer Co. MI at age 82, daughter of John McClary and Sarah (of London Canada). Children Oliver born 1838 Canada,
Charles born 1840 MI., Rosanna born 1843 MI., Nelson born 1846 Hiram born 1852 MI. and (?) Elijah.
1860 Census Lap. City, page 31, line 5 list wife Dorcas as insane.
Lapeer Co Death Record page 235 #5308, Hiram Perkins, cause of death Paralysis, widowed.
Lapeer Co Death Records: 3 Sept. 1899, Lydia Mead, female, white, married age 64 years, 2 months 4 days, of Mayfield
twp, died of cancer, born Canada, father Hiram Perkins, mother Dorcas McClare born Vermont.

Ira Porter:
Oakland Co. Marriage Records: Ira Porter age 23 of Metamora, Lapeer Co. married Ellen Reynolds age 19 of Southfield on
8 Nov. 1851 at Southfield, Arthur Davis, J.P.

James Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: page 391 James Perkins age 18 of Armada, married Phoebe Allen age 18 on 3 July 1863, A. D.
Williams Minister.

James L. Perkins: (Richard)
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet; James L. Perkins born New York, occupation - Baker, died 28 June 1912, Deerfield twp,
Lapeer Co., MI., father Richard, mother Clara Welch, wife Maggie, children George L. born 31 Jan. 1884 Oregon twp.
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Lapeer Co., Guy L. born Nov. 1880 died 5 May 1884 Oregon Twp. Lap Co Death #1213, Dropsy on Brain., (?) Mary M. born
31 July 1874 Armada Twp, McComb Co. died 24 Oct 1896 Armada Twp. Macomb Co. MI.
Lapeer Co. MI. Death records: book B, page 347l; 28 June 1912, James L. Perkins, male, white, age 72 years 9 months 12
days, died Deerfield twp., born New York, father Richard Perkins, mother Clara Welch.

James O. Perkins (Harry F.)
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Per Almina Jarvis: James O. Perkins 2 wife Louisa Hoard, parents of Bessie Perkins (1880-1955). James‟ 1 wife was
Caroline Thomas. The had three c children - Nora, William L. and Caroline.
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A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: James O. Perkins son of Harry F. Perkins and Pauline Banker married (1 ) Caroline
            nd                 rd                                st
Thomas (2 ) Louisa Hoard (3 ) Lavina. Children from the 1 marriage seem to be Nora, who married Geo. Cunningham,
                                                                                                                     nd
William L. , married Laura in Kankakee, Ill. (he was a Train butler & porter) Caroline died young of Consumption, (2 ) Bessie
                                                                    rd
born 1880 married William Thompson, died 1955 Metamora, (3 ) Dorothy. James died in Detroit. His body was found in
                                                                                                  rd
a gutter, and returned from Detroit to Metamora. Funeral was held at Louisa‟s house. His 3 wife showed up days later
with a baby named Dorothy. Lavina was divorced a few years prior from James.

Jesse A. Perkins: (Zeblos)
Genesee County Death Records: Book 2 page 216; Jesse A. Perkins died 20 Dec. 1894, male, white, married, age 71 years
8 months, Gaines twp., cause - pain, breaking down, and nervous, born New York, occupation - Dentist, parent Zeblos and
Harriet Perkins, Born circa 4 Apr. 1823.

John Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 13#2 Elba Twp. Registered Voters; Porter, John S. 20 March 1872.

John Perkins: (Calvin)
Lapeer Co. Marriages Vol 2 #164, 12 May 1866, John Perkins married in Almont age 31 to Ellen Robinson age 19.
Witnesses were Mrs. A. Heagaclone of Almont and Mrs. C. Chamberlain of Detroit.
Lapeer Co Deaths: John Perkins, son of Calvin P. and Emma Tuttle, died 15 July 1910 in Lapeer County. Born in Ontario
and was 75 when he died.
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 5 #4, Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield twp. John, and wife Ellen J. April 15, 1848 - March 28, 1908.

John Porter: (Charles)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol.9, #2 Births: 7 Oct. 1873, Perkins, John, son of Charles W. born Canada, real estate dealer and Julia A.
born GE.

John Porter: (Abram)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 4, #4 Death Records: Porter, John H., married; age 80 years 10 months 12 days, died in Dryden, born
NY, farmer parents Abram & Eleanor Porter, NY.

Jonathan Porter: (Thomas)
Lapeer Legacy: Vol. 12 #1: Deaths, Porter, Jonathan died 18 Aug. 1897, male, married, age 71 years Lapeer, born Ireland
mother Rachel, father Thomas born Ireland farmer.

Joseph Perkins:
Ontario Co., NY Grantee Index: 1811 Joseph Perkins Grantee to Joel Howe. 1801 Joseph Perkins Grantor - Joseph
Morehouse grantee; 1824 Joseph Perkins grantor to Darius J. Lewis and John Grinold; 1827 Joseph Perkins grantor to
Jabez Felt grantee: 1828 Joseph Perkins grantor - Asahel Boughton grantee: 1829 Joseph Perkins grantor - Israel M. Blood
grantee: 1832 Joseph Perkins grantor - Nelson Chatterdon grantee: 1839 & 1840 Joseph Perkins to Ansel Perkins; 1843
Joseph Perkins grantor to William Perkins grantee
Ontario Co. N.Y. Death records: South Bristol, Joseph Perkins age 78 born Mass. Died Jan. 1850.

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Lapeer Legacy, Vol 11 #1: Marriage Records of Macomb Co.: 1 Jan 1850, Joseph A. Porter age 30 of Lapeer Co. and Jane
Scramblin age 28 of Macomb Twp. Wit: William B & Louisa Sutton, Calvin Davis JP.

Joshua Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: page 258, Joshua Perkins age 22 married Rachael Austin age 24 of Metamora on 13 Nov. 1856;
Abel Warren Minister.

Julia A. Perkins:
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Julia S. born 1814 Bristol, New York, daughter of Mr. Perkins and wife Euzebia
Chamberlain. Julia is listed in the home of Moses Porter in 1818. Moses was the second husband of Euzebia, who‟s first
wife died in 1811, and he married Euzebia in 1815.

Julia A. Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 5 #4, Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield twp. Perkins, Julia A. 1841 - 1915.

Julius A. Porter: (Alvin)
Lapeer Co., MI. Death Records: book B page 253 #11396; 8 Dec. 1907, Julius A. Porter, male, white,. Married, age 68 years
2 months 7 days, Chronic heart disease, born MI., retired merchant, father Alvin Porter from New York.

L. Estella Perkins: (John)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol 4#1: County Births; 8 Oct 1869, Perkins, L. Estella: John & Janette, Mayfield twp., father born MI,
mother born CN; farmer.

Laura Perkins:
Wood Library, Canadaigua N.Y., Marriages: 11/20/1810 Anan Andrews married Laura Perkins.

Lebious Perkins:
1810 Census, Bushville/Bergen, Genesee Co. N.Y.: Household contains 2 males between the ages of 0-9, 2 females
between the ages of 0-9, 2 males between the ages of 26-44, 1 female between the ages of 26-44.

Lena Perkins: (Charles)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 6 #1 Births: 4 Oct. 1871, Perkins, Lena: born Lapeer city, parents Charles born Canada, farmer,
mother Julia born MI.

Leola E. Perkins:
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 5 #4, Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield twp. Perkins, Leola E. (Sec. B) 1880 - 1887.

Lilla Bell Perkins: (George)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol.9, #3 Births: 22 Sept 1874; Perkins, Lillie Mabel died Inlay City; parent George born MI, farmer&
Charlotte born Canada.
Lapeer Legacy: Death Records, Vol. 4 #4: 20 March 1878, Perkins, Lilla Bell: 3 years 6 months, died Imlay City, born
Michigan parents, George & Charlotte of Imlay.

Loren Perkins: (Peter)
Genesee County Death Records: Book 1 page 24, Loren Perkins died 23 Nov. 1869, male, married, Clayton twp. MI., cause
inflammation of the lungs, born New York, farmer.

Lorena Perkins:
Lapeer Co., MI. Portrait & Bio. Records: page 985, George Niles, a farmer of Burlington twp., born London, Canada
11/6/1833, son of Benjamin and Lorena Niles Perkins. Benjamin was born in Maine about 1790. The family moved to
Michigan when George was six and located in what is now called Mayfield.


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Lorenzo Perkins:
1850 Mi. Census, Lapeer, Metamora, Lorenzo Perkins, age 34, farmer worth $4000., born New York, wife Lucy age 31 born
New York, children Louisa age 7 born New York, also in household is Louisa Wilderly age 18 female born New York.

Louise Perkins:
J.S.D. Brown Funeral Home, Lapeer, MI. Hoard, Louise “Perkins” died 01/26/1906 age 63 (Book 4 page 83)

Lucia Ann Perkins: (Freeman)
Lapeer Legacy Vol 15 #3 Births, Perkins Lucia Ann, female, born Goodland, 12 Apr 1890, mother Eunice R, born MI., father
Freeman A., born MI.

Lucinda Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: James J. Howard age 22 of Dryden married Lucinda Perkins age 20, of Dryden on 18 July 1847,
witnesses Benjamin Perkins and Wm. Fletcher, Wm. Young J.P.

Lucinda Perkins: (Peter)
Flint Genealogical Quarterly: Vol 34 #4: Ball, Lucinda, married age 65 years, died 10 July 1880, Clayton two., liver
complaint, born New York to Peter and Mary Perkins of Michigan.

Lucinda Perkins: (William)
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 7 #2, Death Records: 17 March 1881, Perkins, Lucinda: age 2 years 6 months 22 days died in D.D. twp.,
born MI., parents Wm & Kerlista Perkins.

Luke Perkins:
Source, unknown : Luke and Alma Perkins family - Esther, John, Polly, Benjamin, Tim, Lucinda, Cyrus, Phebe and Lucas of
Dryden, MI. are all from Canada.
Perkins, Luke 1786-1844 married Alma Spencer 1794-1884, daughter of Daniel and Maria Spencer: children; Esther born
1815 married Samuel Milson Starmer, John born 1816 married Maria Howard, Polly born 1819 married Marcus Billings,
Benjamin born 1822, married Mary Smith, Timothy born 1824 married Marcella Murphy, Lucinda born 1826 married James
Howard Jr., Cyrus born 1829 married Hannah Abernethy, Phebe born 1831 married Isaac Smith, Lucas born 1834 married
in 1873 Anna Groat.
Ancestor Chart: Mrs. Wm. North Brown City MI. 1984: Luke Perkins born 12 March 1782, married 31 Dec 1810, died 14 Aug
1844, married Alma Spencer born 20 March 1792, died 8 April 1844.
Lapeer Co. Probate Records: Record 00071, Date 1848; Perkins Luke Dr., 14 Aug. 1849 in DR. Estate - Names & Other
Information: Seth Hall, Adm., Benjamin Perkins; Cyrus Perkins: Phebe Perkins: Lucus Perkins: Hester Damera: John
Perkins: Timothy Perkins; Lucinda Howard (sp); Alma Billings: Rosanna Billings: Jay (sp) N Atkinson: William Fletcher,
guardian of children: William Williams, blacksmith; Caleb Carpenter; N Buel Edredge; Harvey Eldredge, NP; Holden Tripp;
John F. Bray, publisher Pontiac Jacksonian; William North; William G. McKay; A S Baly (sp); Morrus Billings (sp); John M
Lamb JP; James M Gutchus (sp); James Spencer; D C Walker, NP/MCC; James Goodenough; Alma Fletcher; Samuel
Melson Starmer; Esther Starmer; James Howard; Marcus Billings, parent and guardian to heirs/Polly Billings, dec; Cyrus
Spencer; William Fletcher owned the house built by Luke Perkins.

Lucy Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 13#1 Lucy Porter; class of 1904 North Branch High School Graduates 1890-1925.

Lydia Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: Washington Bunker age 28 married Lydia Perkins age 19 of Dryden.

Mabel Perkins: (Granville)
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 11 #2 Births: Perkins, Mabel A. female, born Metamora, 28 Nov. 1877, mother Florence O., born Can.,
father Granville, born MI, farmer.


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Mary Perkins:
Genesee County Death Records: Book 1 page 53, Mary Perkins, died 26 April 1871, female, married age 76 years 2 months
25 days, died in Clayton twp., cause inflammation of the bowels, born in Vermont. Approx. date of birth 1 Feb. 1795.

Mary Porter: (Henry)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol 10 #3: Porter, Mary E. female, born Imlay City on 26 Sept 1876, father Henry born MI, farmer, mother
unknown born New York.
Lapeer Legacy, Vol 13 #1: North Branch High School Graduates 1890-1925: Mary Estelle Porter - class of 1894.

Mary Porter:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2: Marriages, Isaac Parker age 21 & Mary Porter age 19 by SS Lord, JP, Wit: Price B Webster &
Noah A Porter on 6 Nov 1842,

Mary Electa Perkins: (Wm. F.)
Lapeer Legacy Vol. 4 #1, Births: 15 Sept 1869, Perkins, Mary Electa born in Mayfield twp.; father Wm. F. Born MI, mother
Calista born CN; farmer (also listed as mason).

Mina Perkins: (William F.)
Lapeer Co. Genealogical Vol2 #4: 6 Sept 1876 Perkins, Mina B. age 2 years 5 months died Lapeer City, born MI., daughter
of Wm. F. & Calista K.

Monroe Porter:
Lapeer Legacy, Vol 3 #4; Death Records; 7 June 1877, Porter, Maud 6 months 23 days, died in Attica, daughter of Monroe
& Phoebe.

Moses Porter:
History of MI. by Dunbar: ; Porter arrived in Detroit by boat. Detroit at the time was Fort Leirnoult.
History of Oakland Co.” By the treaty of peace of 1783 between U.S. and Great Britain, Michigan became part of the U.S.,
but was not actually evacuated by the British troops until July 12, 1796, at which time Captain Moses Porter, with a company
of sixty five men marched in and took possession of Detroit under the provisions of Jay‟s treaty.
Canadaigua Historical Museum: Deaths 1803-1880, 13 Aug. 1811, Mrs. Moses (Mercy) Porter age 46, died Canadaigua,
N.Y.
Lapeer Co. Land Records: Moses Porter purchased land from Harry F. Perkins and wife Pauline for $200., 40 acres on 30
April 1841 at 1:00 p.m.
History of Lapeer Co. Moses Porter, a Revolutionary soldier came from Southfield, MI., with H.Y. Perkins. Moses Porter
died May 8, 1840 at age 81. Mrs. Euzubia Porter died 12 July 1848; Her children included Mrs. Wilder, & H.F. Perkins of
Thornville, Mrs. Eber Barrows & Mrs. G. W. Pitcher of Metamora.
On Hotel Fort Shelby in Detroit Captain Moses Porter raised the first U.S. flag in Detroit.
History of Lapeer Co. The first house of worship in Dryden township was built by the Baptists at Thornville about 1843. The
deed for the land was given by Benjamin Thorne of Dryden twp, to James Hall, Moses Porter, Isaac Dirstine, Ben Thorne &
John Caulking - trustees of the Thornville Baptist Church and Society, for the sum of five cents.
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Moses Porter born 10 or 14 July 1759 ? Hartford Conn., died 1840 Metamora, Lapeer Co.,
MI., buried Metamora Cemetery, father David Porter, mother Margaret Olmstead, Military - Rev. War Conn. Regt. S. Co.
Capt. Wm. Co. discharged 1783; wife (1) Mercy, died 13 Aug. 1811 age 46, son Enos Alvin born 30 April 1807 married Mary
                                                        nd
A. (1817 - 1871) died 25 May 1882. Moses married 2 1815 in Bristol, New York, Euzebia (Chamberlain) Perkins, children
Louisa born 1 March 1816 married Edmund Simmons, Eliza Permilla born 4 Feb. 1818, died 13 Nov 1850/51, Moses Green
born 7 Dec 1819 New York, died 30 Nov 1884, Novi, Oakland Co., MI., Sophronia Euzebia born 14 Dec 1822 married 9 Dec
1841 in Metamora, G. W. Pitcher, died 26 Jan 1881 Metamora, Lap. Co. MI., Marilla Eunice born 25 Jan 1825 married 23
Feb 1847 Stillman Robbins Morse, died 2 June 1906.

Moses Porter: ?(Jr.) (Moses, David)


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1850 MI., Lapeer Co., Metamora Census: Moses Porter age 37 male worth $600, ? born New York, wife Mariah age 32
born New York, John Porter age 2 born MI, Samuel Porter age 6/12 born MI., also Mary Higgins age 10 born New York ,
attending school, also ?Pormetia (could be Eliza Permilla) Porter age 32 female born New York , blind.
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 6, #1 Canvass of Lapeer co. MI. 1876 Voters, Post office Metamora, M. Porter.
MI. Death Record: Moses G. Porter, male, white, married age 64 years 10 months 23 days died in Novi, MI., cause Accident,
born N.Y., Farmer, parents Moses & Zubia Porter born NY.

Nancy Porter:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: Book 1 page 70, Mr. Isaac Parker to Miss Nancy Porter 6 Nov. 1842, witnesses Price B. Webster &
Noah A Porter, Metamora, MI. S.S. Louis J.P.

Nathan Perkins:
Memorial History of Hartford: page 422, 423, mentions a Rev. Dr. Nathan Perkins, teacher of Noah Webster.

Nobie Perkins;
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2:Deaths: Elizabeth A. Holcomb, died 20 Dec. 1898, female, Widow, age 65 years, died Lapeer,
born Canada, mother Nobie Perkins father David Niles from ME.
O. J. Perkins:
Per Arzelma (Thompson) Fricke: Dr. O. J. Perkins visited Arzelma in Detroit. He was the son of Harry Frances Perkins. His
wife was Yolanda, and they had two children, Gary and Susan.

Olive Perkins:
Lapeer Co. MI. Death Records: Olive Perkins, died 3 June 1901 female, white, widow age 93 years 2 months 12 days, died
Metamora twp., Lagrippe, born New York, farmer

Oliver Perkins:
Calendar of Wills 26 Jan - 2 June 1782: Flint Public Library, page 305, Perkins, Oliver, of Little Hoesock, Albany Co. wife
_______, sons, Rufus, Moses, Silas, Oliver, & Phineas, daughters, Charity, Hannah, Susannah, Elisabeth, Prudence, &
Eunice.

Oscar Perkins: (Wm. F.)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol 4 #2 Death Records: 25 May 1878, Perkins, Oscar: 1 year 11 months died Lapeer city; son of William F
& Calista.

Permelia Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Legacy: 6 Oct 1876 Perkins, Permelia: born New York, died 6 Oct 1876, age 67 years 3 months 4 days, died in
Lapeer City, born New York, daughter of Fredrick Boyden.

Peter Perkins:
History of Genesee Co. MI.: Peter Perkins, born Vermont, 1786; married in Vermont to Mary Preston. He died in 1876. 10
children, Lewis, Lyman, George, Loran, Lucinda, Louisa, Rebecca, Roxie Ann, Alzina, & Elmira. Peter came to Clayton
Twp., MI. in 1837. He was a veteran of the War of 1812, serving one year.
Service Records Book,: MI. Room, Flint Public Library, Peter Perkins, War of 1812, died 3/23/1881 Clayton Twp. Genesee
Co. MI., born circa 1791 Vermont.
The Genesee Democrat: Vol 33 #39, Swartz Creek: Mr. Perkins, father of Mrs. Wm. Rall & Mr. Geo. Perkins, died on
Wed. night at the advanced age of 90 years.
Vol. #33 & 40 Swartz Creek: Peter Perkins was born in Hessia, Vermont May 27, 1791. After he married he came to New
York and settled in Rush, Monroe Co. and in 1838 removed to Michigan and settled in the Twp. Of Clayton, on the farm now
occupied by Mr. Charles Crasper. He was a soldier in the War of 1812 and has been drawing a pension for a number of
years. His wife died about ten years ago. He had been an active old man and did not appear to be over 70 years old, and
was confined to his bed but a short time before his death.


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Info Provided by Stan Perkins of Swartz Creek, MI.; Perkins, Peter & Mary came from New York state circa 1837. Peter
died 3/23/1881 at 89 years 9 months 26 days. Mary E. died 4/24/1879 at 70 years. Children; Loren Perkins died young, age
4 years 8 months 7 days on 11/23/1870, Jane died 1/22/1894 (? 63 years 7 months); George . Born 6/5/1832 died 3/3/1913
(his wife Catherine L. Runo born 8/19/1834 died 4/25/1910). Peter & Mary buried three daughters up town Swartz Creek.
All died of infectious disease. They were buried the first day after death. Stan thought they died almost within a week of
each other. They had four boys, all lived (1) William S., Fred, Delbert, and Preston. Sons of Wm. S. were Fenton and
Elmer. Elmer‟s son is Billy Perkins, who graduated from Swartz Creek High School in 1964 (with me, A. Brandes).
Fenton‟s children were Stan (the informant) and June. Stan‟s daughter is Marilyn (who also graduated with me). Most
Perkins were buried at Whigville, Genesee Co.

Phebe Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: Isaac Smith age 18 married Phebe Perkins age 22 of Dryden, wit. By Benjamin & Timothy Perkins on
10 Apr. 1853

Phineas Perkins: (Israel)
Source Unknown: Phineas Perkins born 8 Oct. 1750 Hartford, Conn. to Israel & Dorcas Perkins.
History of Ontario Co N.Y. page 476, Burbee Hollow, the first settler from the corners north was Phineas Perkins, who
moved in during 1796 and settled on the farm now owned and occupied by Isaiah F. King. After residing here many years
when quite old, he sold out and found a home elsewhere.
Ontario Co. NY Grantor Index of Deeds 1795-1845: 1829 & 1834 Phineas Perkins grantor - Amos Miner Jr. grantee:
Grantee Index 1797 Phinehas Perkins, grantee - Gamaliel Wilder grantor, 1823 Phineas Perkins grantee - Richard Bishop
grantor.
Miscellaneous notes: Phineas Perkins, Dec. 8, 1823 Bristol, New York.
Source Unknown: Phineas Perkins, War of 1812 S. Regt‟ (Belcher‟s) Conn Militia.
McGowan - Hartzell Pedigree chart (Roots Web): Phineas Perkins born 4 Sept 1750, New Haven, CT, son of Phineas
Perkins born 7 Feb 1719/20 New Haven Ct., died 5 Sept 1793 Hartland, Ct., mother Susanna Bradley born 21 Jan 1722/23
New Haven CT.

Polly Perkins
                                                                                    st
Pioneers of Dryden Twp. Lap. Co. MI.: Billings, Marcus born 1812 died 1867 married 1 Polly Perkins; children Alma
married George Bennet, Rosanna 1843-1861, & Polly 1848-1848.

Polly Perkins
1850 MI. census, Lapeer co. Metamora: Polly Perkins age 47 female born New York, Blind, living with Andrew and Sophia
?Johnson.
Note: See Andrew Perkins, as Polly is apparently related to Andrew. The Johnson name above may be in error.

Rachel Perkins:
Lapeer Co. Death Records: Wesley Farruer, male, white, married, age 68 years 8 days, died in North Branch, cause
Organic Heat disease, born Canada, farmer, father Jonathan Ferrier, mother Rachel Perkins born New York.

Richard Perkins:
Flint Genealogical Quarterly, Vol 28 #3: Death Record: Perkins, Richard married, age 72 years 2 months 19 days, died 19
Nov. 1875, Forest Twp., Genesee Co. MI., ulceration of bowels, farmer, born NY, parents unknown.

Sally Perkins:
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: Eber Barrows, Hotel Keeper, born 1797/1806 Vermont, died 1890 married Sally Perkins
born 25 March 1806 died 23 July 1880 Metamora, MI., mother Euzebia Chamberlain. Children (1)(?) David A. born 1827 NY.
(2)Hortensia born 1840 MI., (3) Ellen A. born 1846 MI., (4) Ephraim born 1828 NY. (5) Louisa born 1832 NY (6) Hannah born
1835 NY, (7) Mary born 1839 MI.
Sally is buried in Metamora Cemetery with Mary & Alvin Jr. 1847-1852, also James 1842 -1881 & Mary D. (no dates).


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The Clarion (Lapeer) Feb. 19, 1890: Eber Barrows, father of E. P. Barrows, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
Josiah Sleeper in Goodland, last week & his funeral was largely attended at the Congregational Church, Metamora, on
Thursday. Rev. Snyder preached the sermon. He was 93 & had spent the most of his life in this locality, beginning by
sailing our lake in 1816.

Samuel Perkins:
History of Lapeer Co. by Ellis: Samuel Perkins of Wayne Co. MI., purchased land in Sec. 8 in 1836, and became Highway
Comm.
Lapeer Co. Death Records: Mary Willett, female, white, widow, age 42 years 5 months 24 days died Goodland Twp,
Rheumatic fever, born MI., housekeeper, parents Samuel & June Perkins of Lapeer Co.

Samuel B. Perkins:
Flint Genealogical Quarterly Vol 30 #2; Grand Blanc Township; The first township organized in Genesee County was Grand
Blanc, which was established on March 9, 1833. The first land purchases in the township were filed June 17, 1824, by
Charles Little, Samuel B. Perkins and William Thompson.

Samuel Porter:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2: Marriages, Samuel Perkins of Lapeer & Marianna Thrasher of Lapeer by SD McKeen JP on 18
April 1842 Wit. Elijah & Beulah Noble.

Sanford Porter:
Lapeer Co. Genealogical Vol.1 #$4; Names of Electors of the Township of Bristol (Almont) Nov. 1844; Sanford Porter.

Sanford Porter:
Lapeer Legacy; Vol 5 #4, Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield twp. Perkins, Sanford (Sec. E), son of G. & S. died May 16, 1866 age 21
years 4 months 21 days

Sophronia Porter: (Moses, David)
History of Genesee & Lapeer Co.: page 434 Sophronia Porter married George Pitcher.
1850 Lapeer Co. MI. Metamora George Pitcher age 32, male, Farmer, worth $100., born New York, wife Sophronia age 27,
female, born New York,. Children Enos age 7 born MI. attending school, Emma age 5, Anna age 3, Lewis age 1/12.
A.Brandes Family Group Sheet: George W. Pitcher, Farmer, born 1818 New York, died 23/3/1908 , age 88 (S.D. Brown
Funeral Home Book 4 page 89) Metamora, MI., buried Metamora Cemetery, father James P. Pitcher, mother Anna, other
wives Julia Russell (Greenville, MI.), married 9 Dec 1841 Sophronia Euzebia Porter in the home of Moses G. Porter,
performed by Price G. Webster, J.P. She died 26 Jan 1881and is buried in Metamora Cemetery age 58 years 1 month 12
days, father Moses Porter, mother Euzebia Chamberlain: Children Enos J. born 27 Sept. 1842 Metamora, died June 1933,
married (1) Olive Shippey (2) Adella Ried 28 Dec 1882: Emma L. born 1845 MI. married Mr. Daniels: Anna born 1848 MI.
married John French died 1924: Frank M. born 1850 MI.

Sinthy Porter:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: John Bruce age 20 & Sinthy Porter age 18, both of Lapeer County; home of James Pitcher
Metamora; witnesses Harry Inman & Francis S. Pitcher 3 April 1844 by Lloyd S. Osborn, minister.

Thomas Porter:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #1: Graduates of Lapeer High. Class of 1913; Thomas Porter

Timothy Perkins
Lapeer Co. Marriages: Timothy Perkins age 24 of Dryden and Mercella C. Merfy/Murphy age 24 of Almont, married in the
home of Wm. Fletcher, witnesses Benjamin Perkins and Mary Smith; Wm Youngs J.P.

Walter Porter: (Monroe)


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Lapeer Legacy; Vol 11 #4 Births: Porter, Walter A., male, born Attica 3 May 1878, mother Phebe, born MI, father Monroe
born Ohio, physician.,
Lapeer Legacy: Vol 4 #3 Death Records: 27 June 1878 Porter, Walter A; 1 month 24 days, died in Attica. Son of Monroe &
Phebe of Attica.

William Perkins: (William F.)
Lapeer Legacy, Vol. 15 #2 Births: 01 Feb. 1889, Perkins, William, male born North Branch, mother R. K., born Canada,
father Wm. F. born MI. occupation “rv”.

William Porter: (Andrew)
Portrait and Biographical Record: page 490, William Porter makes his home in Goodland Township. He was born in Almont
Twp. Dec. 14, 1860 son of Andrew and Sophia (Sanborn) Porter. Mr. Porter has spent the greater part of his life in his
native county working in the -----. His wife was born Dec. 26, 1867. They have four children: Gertrude, born Dec. 12,
1879, Emma, Dec. 6, 1882; Anna born July 25, 1885 and Grover born July 17, 1888. Mr. Porter has general charge of his
father‟s farm which is an extensive one, comprising eighty acres on section 33, and an equal extent on section 32. Here he
carries on general farming and stock raising, paying especial attention to horses. He is a member of the Knights of the
Maccabees and politically is a Democrat.

William F. Perkins:
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Lapeer Legacy; Vol 5 #4, Stiles Cemetery, Mayfield twp. Perkins, William F., Co. F, 9 Michigan Cal., also Mary A. (section
C) wife of Charles Perkins, died July 25, 1879 age 61 years., and Lecty M. daughter of WE &KK, Sept 15, 1869 - Aug. 10,
1870.

Winthy Porter:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2: Marriages, John Bruce age 20 of Metamora & Winthy Porter age 18 of Metamora by George S.
Osborn, MG, Wit: Harry Inman & Francis S. Pitcher on 3 Apr 1844.


Zuby Porter:
Lapeer Legacy. Vol 12 #2: Marriages, George W. Pitcher age 23 Metamora, & Zuby Porter age 19 Metamora, by Price B.
Webster, JP, Wit. William Crafford, Jr. & Moses G. Porter. 9 Dec. 1841.




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Plantz, Planty, Plants, Plantee family notes:

PLANTZ FAMILY of New York. Early History, posted by Bruce Barnett - Genealogy.com: The Plantz Family: A wealthy
family by the name of Plantz lived in the Duchy of Baden, Germany, near the Black Forest and early into the eighteenth
century one son so displeased his father by marrying against his wishes that the parent tore the page containing the
marriage record from the church register. A son of this union eventually came to America but the ship upon which he had
embarked was wrecked and the young man suffered so for lack of food and drink that he never had the courage to return to
his native country to claim his share of an estate upon which the city of Baden-Baden now stands.
One obstacle to be overcome later was the proving of that hated marriage, and although Emperor William I acknowledged
the claim to the estate to be a just one, the American descendants could accomplish very little because of the missing
marriage record.
Young Plantz brought with him to American a grant of land from King George II, and stamped in gold on the sheepskin deed
was the insignia of Holland. The property was located north of the Mohawk river and, as Johannes Plantz and his wife
Maria Margarietta, already settled in Albany Bush, the claim was probably to their farm located in the Hanson Patenet.
There Johannes and Margarietta reared a large and fine family and the name Plantz has always been identified with the best
interests of their church and community. Johannes was a member of Col. Klock‟s Second Regiment of Tryon County‟s
Militia and later enrolled with the “Associated Exempts”. In this organization were such men as Jacob Bosart, Jacob
Coughnet, Jelles Fonda, Sampson Sammons, and other patriots whose age limited their military service.

Note from Bruce Barnett: What Made the above interesting to me was that my Grandmother (b. 1887) recounted how her
grandmother had always assumed that the family would be receiving a great inheritance one day. She told her family to
remember the name Dorothy Plantz, as that was the connection to the inheritance. It seems to me that she was referring to
this long long suit in Germany which the American family finally lost. By the time they failed, though, ties with the Canadian
branch, which left New York sometime in the 1820‟s were cut and my GGGrandmother never heard the end of the story.
For those who are interested, Dorothy Plantz (D. of Johannes Plantz and Maria Margarietta) was married to Jacob Rema,
both of NY. Their daughter Catherine (b. 1789) married Archibald Armstrong (b. 1794, son of Adam Armstrong and Sarah
Sarje).

PLANTZ:
“Passenger & Immigration Index”: page 1660, Plantz, Christoff, George, Jacob, Johan Matthias, Leonhardt, all arrived in
Philadelphia, Pa. 1749. Reference can be found in “Strassburger, Penn. German Pioneers Original List of Arrivals in the
Port of Philadelphia 1727-1808.

PLANTZ CENSUS Information:
1790: Montgomery Co. N.Y., Town of Caughnawaga:
John Plants; 1 male over 16, 1 female over 16, no slaves
John Plants Jr.; 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 1 female over 16, no slaves
Adam Plank; 3 males over 16, 5 males under 16, 3 females over 16, slaves
John Plank: 1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 1 female over 16, slaves
Peter Plants; 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 1 female over 16, no slaves
1800 Montgomery Co. NY:
Cornelius Plank 26:4, ----- Plank 72:4 , Henry Plank 13:4 , Jacob Plank 75:4, John Plank 71:4, William Plant49:4, Peter
Plants 69:4. Ryn..a.. Plank 72, Phelip Plank 53
1810 Montgomery Co. NY. (numbers represent male/female)
John Plance #088, 0,0,1,0,0-0,0: Peter Plance #010, 4,1,2,0,1-2,1: Rynart Plance #010, 2,2,0,1,0-3,1: Adam Plank #008,
0,0,0,0,1-0,0: Christian Plank #005, 2.0.0.1.0-2.1: Cornelius Plank #058, 0,0,0,0,1-0,2:Frederick Plank #008, 1,0,0,1,0-0,0:
Henry Plank #063, 0,1,0,1,0-1,0: Jacob Plank #005, 0,1,0,1,0-0,0: John Plank #047, 1,0,1,1,0-2,0: John A Plank #064,
2,1,0,1,0-1,0: John Planse #093, 3,2,0,0,1-1,2: Adam Plant Jr. #008, 1,0,0,1,0-1,0:
1820 Montgomery Co. & Herkimer Co. N.Y.:
Frederick Planck, Johnstown #$373: James Plance, Oppenhei #442: John Place, Johnstown #372: John Plant-er,
Amsterdam #287: Adam Planter, Johnstown #372: Michael Plantz Johnstown, #373.
1830 New York:, Montgomery Co.
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Adam A. Plank, Johnstown #215: Christian Plank Johnstown #215, Frederick Plank, Johnstown #216: Anne (wid.) Planck,
Johnstown #218: David Plant, Canajotea #021: Jacob Planter Johnstown #203: Peter Plantes Johnstown #228: Christian
Plantz, Canajoharie #041: Michael Plantz, Johnstown #229: Michael Plantz, Johnstown #228: Peter Plantz, Johnstown
#231: Peter Plantz Jr. Johnstown #228: Peter Plantz Jr. Johnstown #229: Rychart Plants, Minden #010
1840 New York:
Adam C. Plank, Fulton Co. #290 Johnstown: Christian Plank, Fulton Co. #336 Mayfield: Frederick Plank, Fulton Co. #313
Johnstown: Jacob Plank, Fulton Co. #411 Canajoha: John Plank, Montgomery Co. #353 Palatine: John Plant, St.
Lawrence Co. #093 Rossie: A. Planty, St. Lawrence Co. #068 Oswegatc: R. Planty, St. Lawrence Co. #063 Oswegatc:
George Plantz, Oneida Co. #425 Verona: Michael Plantz, Oneida Co. #196 Camden: Michael Plantz, Montgomery Co. #315
Mohawk: Peter Plantz, Montgomery Co, #315 Mohawk.
1850 New York:
Plank, Jacob, Montgomery Co. #240 Minden: John Plank, Montgomery Co. #240 Minden: John Plank, Montgomery Co.
#344 Brighton: John Plank Jr., Montgomery Co. #237 Minden: Josiah Plank, Montgomery Co, #220 Minden: John Planke,
Montgomery Co. #294 Palatine: Ebenezer Plant, St. Lawrence Co #356 Massena: John Plant, St. Lawrence Co #010
Hammond: John Planta, St. Lawrence Co. #399 Brasher: Simeon Plantz, Jefferson Co. #428 Wilna: Rebecca Plantz, Fulton
Co. #062 Johnstown: Peter Plantz, Montgomery Co. #377 Mohawk: Nathaniel Plantz, Fulton Co., #023 Mayfield: Michael
Plantz, Montgomery Co. #377 Mohawk: Michael Plantz, Oneida Co. #249 Camden: Jacob Plantz, Fulton Co. #089
Johnstown: George Plantz, Oneida Co. #142 Verona: Christian Plantz, Fulton Co. #022 Mayfield.

Abram Henry Plantz
LDS Baptismal Entry: Abram Henry Plantz, male, white, born 22 Aug 1827 Montgomery Co. NY., wife Maria Veeder, parents
Michael Plantz and Elizabeth Hough.

Adam Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Adam Plantz, male, white, born Montgomery Co. NY. 9 Aug. 1794, wife Dasha Roberts, died after
1825, parents Peter Plantz and Charlotte Stoller. .

Adam Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: born Montgomery Co. N.Y. 22 Dec 1819, father Michael Plantz died circa 1 Dec. 1903, mother
Elizabeth Hough.

Amelia Planty
New York, St. Lawrence Co. Vital Records: Planty, Miss Amelia, born 25 Sept 1867, Parishville NY, parents Nicholas & Rilla
Denny Planty, {Morris, Mrs. Amelia Planty}

Anna Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plantz, Anna daughter of Peter & Elizabeth Plantz christened 4 May 1821, Fulton, Johnstown Saint
John Episcopal Church.

Antoine Plantee:
New York, St. Lawrence Co. Vital Records: Plantee, Antoine (Antoine) died Gouv., NY., 3/9/1847 age 52, married, laborer,
foreigner, cause convulsions (fits).

Bernard Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Bernard Plantz age 26, born 29 Aug 1860 Johnstown, Fulton Co. NY. father Adam Plantz mother
Maria Veeder, wife Elizabeth Stewart, her parents were John Stewart, who married Elizabeth Stewart.

Bryce A. Planty:
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New York, St. Lawrence Co. Register of Births in the Town of Hammond: 9 July 1886, Bryce A. Planty, male, 1 child,
mother Allura Beach age 26 born Ontario Canada, father Simeon Planty, carpenter age 63 born Montgomery Co., delivered
by H.K. Kerr M.D.


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Catrina Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Catrina Plantz, father Johannes Plantz mother Maria Margrietta Plantz, married Johanne Heagle 11
June 1786, son of Johanne Heagle mother Catrina Plantz.

Charlotte Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plantz, Charlotte, daughter of Adam & Thurzy Plantz, christened 02 Aug., 1820, Fulton, Johnstown,
Saint John Episcopal Church

Charlotte Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Charlotte Plantz, female, with born 10 April 1818 Montgomery Co. NY, parents Michael Plantz died 2
June 1819, mother Elizabeth Hough.

Christefoal Plantz:
Genealogy.com, posted by Ronald Wright: Early Plantz Family: Pennsylvania German Pioneers: Sept 3, 1742 on the ship
Loyal Judith from Potterdam, Christefoal Plantz, also Lorrance ? Place.


Christian Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Christian Plantz, male, white, born 6 April 1805, father Peter Plantz died circa June 1889, mother
Charlotte Stoller.

Christina Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Christina Plantz, female, white, born 4 March 1816 Montgomery Co. NY, parents Michael Plantz who
died 15 March 1863, mother Elizabeth Hough.

Delia Planty:
New York: St. Lawrence Co: Index of Wills; Planty, Delia # 8093, died 1921, Jan 8, Probate 21 Feb. 1921.

Dorite Plants:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plants, Dorite, daughter of Peter Plantz and Charlot Staller christened 1807, Montgomery, Fonda,
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Cauganawaga. Married William Hansen 25 Nov. 1824.

Dorothy Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Dorothy Plantz, female, white, born 28 July 1807 daughter of Peter Plantz and Charlotte Stoller.

E.F. Plantz;
“History OF Detroit & Wayne Co. & Early Michigan Farmers; page 166 E. F. Plantz, City & Ward Tax Collector 1854
Wards 5,6,7,8, &9, 1855 Ward 6.

Earl Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Earl Plantz, male, white, from Johnstown, Fulton NY 10 Aug 1853, father Adam Plantz, Maria Veeder.
Married Ann Stoller 24 Nov. 1880 Fulton, Johnstown.

Ebenezer Plantz:
St. Lawrence Land & Property Mortgage Index: Ebenezer Plantz - mortgagee: Francis Manore mortgagor Book 22B page
217 5 June 1856 location = Masse.

Eli Plantz:
Land Records: Plantz, Eli mortgagor, Norman Harvey mortgagee, Book 77B page 580 26 May 1878, Wick.
Land Records: Plantz, Eli mortgagor, Martin Lester mortgagor, Book 75 A page 310, 31 Oct. 1878 , Wick.

Elwood Planty:
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New York, St. Lawrence Co., Vital Records: Doreen Shantel of Canton N.Y. married 31 Oct 1945 Elwood Planty son of
Herbert Planty..

Elizabet Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plantz, Elisabet married George Dreber, white, male, 30 May 1813, Montgomery, Palatine, Lutheran
Trinity Church of Stone Arabia.

Elizabeth Plantz:
Letter from Jean Plantz:    There is an Elizabeth Plantz born to Peter Plantz and Elizabeth Van Meter on May 25, 1823.


Elizabeth Plantz:
Salt Lake Archive Record:
Lafayette Swain, son of Charles Swain and Nancy Waldo born about 1826 Morristown NY., married Elizabeth Planty.
1850 Census NY, St. Lawrence Co., Morristown, Page 49, Dwelling #359;
Lafayette Swain age 28 laborer born NY., wife Elizabeth age 24 born N.Y., son James age 7 br. N.Y., son Sebastian age 5
born N.Y., son Alonzo, age 2 born New York
1860 Census N.Y., Hammond, St. Lawrence Co. Page 35 Dwelling #245, family #240;
Lafayette Swain age 39 laborer born N.Y., wife Elizabeth age 35 born N.Y., James age 16 born N.Y attending school, farm
laborer, Sebastian age 14 attending school, Alonzo age 13 attending school, Tyler age 12 attending school, Henrietta age 7,
Lafayette age 5, Charles age 3, Marshall age 2/12 all children born New York
1900 Michigan Census Lapeer Co. Dryden Twp. #150, 151 (Vol.. 43 Ed 28 Sheet 6 Line 50); Swain, Lafayette, head of
house, white, male, born Dec. 1822 age 77, married 56 years, born New York, parents born New York, day laborer
employed for five months this year, can read write and speak English, home owned free, lives in house, wife Elizabeth,
white, born July 1829 age 70 married 56 years, 9 children, 8 living, parents born New York, can read, write, and speak
English.
Family Group Sheet: Bob Eggleston: Lafayette Swain married Elizabeth Plantz daughter of Rhinard Plantz and Mary E.
Children James lived in Almont, MI. (1 son 2 daughters): Sebastian married ? Elinwood Ranson (1 son): Tylar lived in
Niles, MI. (1 son 1 daughter); Fayette lived in MI, died ? 9 Apr 1930 (5 sons); Henrietta lived in Talcville (3 children); Marshall
born circa 1860 married a Gaines, lived in Detroit/Trenton, MI. Motorman-DUR-Inter Urban Line, (daughter Edna born 1887,
son Merle born May 1905); Charley lived in Fulton, Oswego NY (3 children); Lucy died early: Alonzo born ? 9 March 1848
Married 31 Dec. 1871 ? Luoretta Smith (she died 17 July 1885), (2 children) lived in Hammond, NY.
Letter from Marshall Swain to Simeon Plantz;
Trenton, April, 18, 1911
Dear uncle I am writing you a letter for the first time in my life. Perhaps you don‟t remember me at all But this is Elizabeth‟s
youngest Son Marshall. Dear uncle I have a little business to transact with you.
I have some trace of the Plantz Estate and I realy think if you and I go after it we can locate it they tell me it don‟t require no
money now if you will give me the names of your forfathers as far Back as you can I will write you again and give you the full
Particulars and we will go after it. I understand that you and Mother had lawyers working on it when you write tell me what
Progess you had ad=nd the lawyers Names and when located they Say they will collect Same at ten Percent I will write you
in regard to myself and family later on hoaping to heare from you soon Dearest.
                                                                      M.S. Swain Trenton
                                                                      Wayne Co. Michigan
Letter of Marshall Swain to Lena Plantz:
Trenton, Mich.,
Apr. 15, 1912
Dear Cousin:
    Will now answer your most welcome, but of long-standing letter and know you will pardon my delay when I explain.
    In regards to the Plantz Estate, have three layers working on the case and they more than keep me busy in endeavoring
to get more evidence. Hence, my reason for bothering you once more.
    Now, dear cousin, I have learned thru John Gaines (Elizabeth Plantz Swain‟s son-in-law) that you have in your
possession some letters of hers which were written by her nephew, Adam Plantz of Amsterday, N.Y. These letters, could
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we but get them, would certainly contain valuable information, so I do hoipe you will kindly forward them to me at once with
all other evidence that you can possibly obtain. Remember, please, if I am fortunate enough to satisfy the German Gov‟t.,
that that you will be benefited as much as anyone else so it is, of course, to your own interest to help me in this particular
manner.
    Do you know who was the secretary for the Plantz family at the time they were holding their meetings?
    Do you know anything about Jacob Plantz (your father‟s half brother)? His family, if he had any, and also his financial
condition?
    Will now tell you something of my family: I am the youngest boy of Elizabeth Swain‟s and am 52 years of age. Have
been motorman for the D.U.R. for nearly six years, on the inter=urban line between Detroit and Trenton, a distance of 16
miles on the river frount. My wife, age 50 years is a sister of John Gaines. I have two children: a daughter Edna, 25 years
and a son Merle who will be seven next month.
    Must close now for this time hoping to receive a very early reply, also the letters, at your very earliest convenience.
                                          Yours very respectfully,
                                                  M.S. Swain
                                          Box 152          Trenton, Mich.
P.S. My daughter does all my correspondence for me now.

Elizabeth Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Elizabeth Plantz, female, white, born 7 Aug 1797, parents Peter Plantz & Charlotte Stoller.

Emma M. Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co. Index of Wills: Planty, Emma M. #11763, died 22 Aug 1928, probate 25 Aug 1928 #28, page
180.

Eva Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co. Vital Records, Planty, Eva, Madrid, Potsdam, died 8 Jan 1975 born Moira 8 Aug 1901, daughter
of Moses & Daisey (Russell) LaValley, married Walter Planty 3 Nov. 1920, in Massena. He died 1964. Six sons; Kenneth of
Lake Placed, Ralph of Potsdam, Lyle of Paris New York, Brice of Lisbon, Leon of Madrid, Neil U.S.M.F. Miss.; two daughters
Mrs. Geraldine Jenner & Mrs. Joyce Martin of Madrid, 39 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren, burial Madrid
Cemetery..

Ezra Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co., Planty, Ezra; age 19 years, single, enlisted 12/14/1863, 7the N.Y. Art., Private, discharged 17
March 1865, Surgeon‟s Certificate of disability, died 22 April 1865, Parishville.

Ezra Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co., Planty, Ezra died circa Nov. 1951, buried W. Potsdam

George Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: George Plantz, male, white, born 19 Dec 1809 Montgomery Co. NY, parents Michael Plantz and
Elizabeth Hough.

George Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co. Index of Wills: Planty, George #17359, died 6 Sept 1940, probate 2 Oct. 1940, book 37 page
20.

George Plants (Plantz):
St. Lawrence Co Historical Assoc., Card File, George Plantz born 12/9/1849 Morristown, son of Wm. & Christiana.
New York, St. Lawrence Co. Vital Records: Plant (Plantz), George, born Morristown, 12/9/1849, son of Wm. & Christiana.

George Henry Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: George Henry Plantz, male, white born Johnstown, Fulton Co.
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N.Y., 14 July 1842, father Adam Plantz died circa 3 Feb. 1905, mother Maria Veeder, married Lizzie B. Kline 8 Nov. 1888
Montgomery.

Geraldine Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co. : Planty, Miss Geraldine, father Walter Planty of Madrid, formerly of Stockholm N.Y., married
Melvin Raften.

Giles H. Plantz:
History of Montgomery Co., Family Sketches, page 1054, Plantz, Giles H., Amsterdam, Fort Johnson P.O., was born in
Perth, June 19, 1845 & is a son of Michael & Charlotte (Plantz) Plantz. As far back as our subject can trace, the ancestors
were natives of this country. Peter Plantz, grandfather on the mother‟s side, was born about 1790 & died in 1875. He was
the father of 10 children; Charlotte being one of the number. Michael Plantz (the grandfather on the father‟s side) was born
circa 1785 and died in 1870. He was the father of five children, of which Michael, the father of our subject was next to the
oldest. He married Charlotte Plantz, and they were parents of six children, four now living: David of Perth, Elizabeth, now
Mrs. John H. Putman of Johnstown; Melissa now Mrs. Geo. Joslyn of Perth; and Giles out subject. He was educated in the
common schools of Amsterdam & always lived there until his marriage on 28 Dec. 1870 to Etta Hough of the town of
Mohawk & they had one child, Lottie E. born Aug. 20, 1875. Mrs. Plantz died the same day. On Feb. 20 1878 he married
Etta Putman.

Hilda Alice Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co. : Planty, Miss Hilda Alice, father Herbert Planty of Canton, N.Y. married Mr. Marquardt.

Irving Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry; Plantz, Irving son of Jacob & Ellen, christened 30 Jan 1856 Fulton, Johnstown, Saint John Episcopal
Church, married Nancy Ecker 3 July 1828 Montgomery, Fonda, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Caugmnawaga.

Jacob Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Jacob Plantz, male, white, born Montgomery Co. NY 3 Feb 1810, son of Peter Plantz and Charlotte
Stoller.

Johannes Plantz:
Family Group: Bob Eggleston: Johannes Plantz born 1700, resided Germany & Holland: Children Johannes born 1725
Germany married Maria Marnarietta; Eva married Michael Heagle. (Note) Johannes Plantz from Baden Baden,
Germany in Blackforest region, born into nobility, family large landowners. Married girl against his fathers wishes, was
disinherited. Left Germany & raised his family in Holland.

Johannes Matthias Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Johannas Plantz, male, white, born Baden Germany circa 1725, died circa 1785.
Genealogy.com, posted by Ronald Wright: Early Plantz Family: Pennsylvania German Pioneers: Sept. 21, 1742 on the ship
Francis & Elizabeth from Rotterdam, Johann Matthias Plantz,
Family Group: Bob Eggleston: Johannes Plantz born 1725, Germany, resided - Germany & Holland, wife Maria
Marnarietta: children; Peter born 10 Feb. 1765 Albany Bush, Montgomery Co. NY, married 22 Nov. 1787, died 28 Sept
                                                         nd
1834: Rynhart born 1764, married 1796, Maria Heagle (2 wife) Mary E. died 10 Oct 1850 age 86, buried Chippewa, NY:
Johannis (John) born 1756 married Margaret Walter: Jacob born 1770, had sons Jacob, Oliver, Nicholas, Michael:
Anna Eva born 4/10/1754married Johannas Casselman (may be a sister & not a daughter): Catrina born 1768 married
Johannes Haegle: Nicholas .

Johannis Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plants, Johannis son of Rynhart Plants and Maria Hegle born 15 May 1797 Montgomery, Fonda

John Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: John Plantz born Montgomery Co. N.Y., on 4 Dec. 1791, father
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Peter Plantz died 7 Dec. 1791, mother Charlotte Stoller, married Hannah Vail 12 April 1810 Tompkins, Newfield.

John Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: John Plantz, male, white, born 28 Dec 1811 Montgomery Co. NY. Parents Michael Plantz and
Elizabeth Hough.

John Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plantz, John son of Peter Plantz and Elizabeth Van Mater married Angelina Beck 28 June 1826
Westchester, Rye, Christ‟s Church.. Married 4 July 1846 Fanny Birdsel, Albany, Colony, Boght=Becker Dutch Reformed
church.

John Veeder Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plantz, John Veeder son of Adam Plantz and Maria Veeder, male, born 7 July 1844 Fulton,
Johnstown.

Julius Planty:
1865 New York Census, St. Lawrence Co., Mapina (Massina), page 18, Julius Planty age 29, male, in Lockwood household,
born St. Lawrence. Co. NY. Married once, laborer, wife Mary born Canada.

Laurie A. Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co. 1965 - 1974 (Wooden Cross) Old Catholic Cemetery, Madrid, N.Y.

Lena Mae Plantz:
Family Group Sheet; Bob Eggleston: Ernest Ward Adam born 11 April 1888 Hannibal, Oswego Co. NY. Married 14 Aug
1912 Syracuse Onondaga NY Lena May Plantz, daughter of Simeon James Plantz and Allura Beach. Lena was born 17
Jan 1889 Hammond, St. Lawrence Co. NY, and died Aug, 1969 Cooperstown, Otsego Co. NY.; Both are buried in Hannibal
Cemetery, Hannibal, NY. Children; Ernest Ward Adam born 1914 and died 1914 Syracuse; NY: Donald Ward born 1916
and died 1916 Syracuse NY: Kathryn Allura born 2 June 1918 died 11 June 1929 Syracuse, NY: Elizabeth Jean born 23
Aug. 1923 Syracuse NY married Osborn Eggleston 14 Aug 1947 Hannibal Oswego co. NY.
Children of Osborn and Elizabeth are Kathryn Allura born 21 Aug 1949 Cooperstown, married Calvin William Chase: Jeffrey
Ward born 8 Aug. 1950 Cooperstown; Sandra Louise born 30 Sept 1952 Cooperstown married 27 July 1974 Mark Allen
Andrews; Janet Elizabeth born 27 Feb 1955 Cooperstown married 4 May 1974 George Blatsos: Robert Osborn born 5
Sept 1956 Cooperstown, married 1 July 1978 Diane Louise Tewinkle: Ralph Norman born 9 March 1959 Cooperstown,
married 11 Nov. 1989 Laura Ann Foley: Philip Bryce born 15 Sept 1963 Cooperstown, married 7 July 1988 Cyong Hwa
Chong.
Children of Robert Osborn Eggleston and Diane Louise Tewinkle are Jennifer Erin born 14 May 1980 Auburn, Cayuga Co.
NY and James Robert born 28 Dec. 1982.
Lenah Plants:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plants, Lenah daughter of Peter Plants and Charlotte Staller christened 1800, Montgomery, Fonda,
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Caugmnawaga. A second listing gives the parents of Johannis Plants and Margaret
Walter.

Leonhardt Plantz:
Genealogy.com, posted by Ronald Wright: Early Plantz Family: Pennsylvania German Pioneers: Oct. 17, 1749 on the ship
Fane from Rotterdam: Leonhardt Plantz, Jacob Plantz & George Jacob Plantz.
Leonhardt, Jacob and Georg were brothers, this is from a article from the history of Marshall Co. West Virginia. Leonhardt
settled in Mifflin Co., Pa., and supposedly his brothers went to New York state.

Lucy Plantz:
Letter from: Greg Reynolds: Lucy (Plantz) Lowery, born Brier Hill, NY 16 Nov. 1856 to Simon & Eliza Plantz, married
                         th
Thomas Lowery on her 25 birthday, died at age 75 on Oct 20. Children: Nina (Daniels, Irma (Shields), & Byron. All living
or lived in Brier Hill.
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St. Lawrence Co Historical Assoc. Card File, Lucy Ann Plantz born 1857 Brier Hill, N.Y. daughter of Simeon Plantz and Eliza
Hall, married at age 25, on, 16 Nov 1881 Thomas Lowery (born In England. Age 28
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plantz, Lucy daughter of Simon Plantz & Elisah born 16 Nov. 1856 St. Lawrence Co., Brier Hill., NY.

Magdalene Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Magdalene Plantz, female, white, born 19 May 1800 parents Peter Plantz and Charlotte Stoller.

Mark Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co., Adoption: Planty, Mark, 1939

Margaret E. Plantz;
Morristown, Chippewa Street Cemetery: Plantz, Margaret E. (Dake) Born 1899 D. ?

Maria Proal Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plantz, Maria Proal daughter of Adam & Thirza Plantz born 9 June 1822 Fulton, Johnstown, Saint
John Episcopal Church.

Martha Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co., Adoption: Planty, Martha, 1944.

Mary Plantz:
Waddinton: Old St. Mary‟s Cemetery: Plantz, Mary wife of Philip Plantz died 31 Jan 1896 age 99 years.
.
Michael Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Michael Plantz, male, white born 6 Oct. 1788 Montgomery Co. NY, father Peter Plantz, mother
Charlotte Stoller, married Elizabeth Hough 24 Jan 1808.

Michael Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plants, Michael son of Rinehart Plants, and Maria Hegel born 19 Jan 1800 Montgomery, Fonda,
married Ruth Nettleton 28 April 1825, Fulton, Johnstown, Saint John Episcopal Church.
Family Group Chart: Bob Eggleston: Michael Plantz, born 19 Jan 1800 Fonda NY, married Ruth Nettleton, parents,
Rhinard Plantz and Maria Heagle; Children, Timothy born NY married Cathern, residing 1907 in Woodland, Yolo Co. Ca.:
Mary died June 1862; William born 23 June 1830, married Oct 1862, residing in Billingham, WA., as of 1907 (children,
Frank, Marjory, Fred, Charlie): Catherine married a Gibson, residing in Oregon, Ogle County Ill. In 1906; Jane died 1878;
Jacob died at the age of 3 years; Emily married a Traner, living in Ashton, Lee Co. ILL. In 1906; Almeda married a
Shepherd, living in Meridian, Sutter Co., CA. in 1906.

Michael Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Michael Plantz, male, white, born 10 Feb 1814 Montgomery Co,. NY. age 20 father Michael Plantz,
mother Elizabeth Hough, wife Charlotte Plantz age 17, her father Peter Plantz, mother Elizabeth VanMeter.

Nicholas Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Nicholas Plantz, born 12 Aug. 1815, son of Peter Plantz and Charlotte Stoller.

Peter Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Peter Plantz, male, white, born 10 Feb 1765 Albany, Montgomery Co. NY, parents Johannes Plantz
died circa 28 Sept 1835, mother Maria Margarietta.

Peter Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Peter Plantz, Male, White, born Montgomery Co. N.Y., 27 Jan. 1793, father Peter Plantz mother
Charlotte Stoller.


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Peter Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Peter Plantz, male, white, born 10 Dec 1808 Montgomery Co. NY, father Michael Plantz died 26 June
1809, mother Elizabeth Hough.

Phillip Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Phillip Plantz, male, white, born Montgomery Co. NY, 15 Apr, 1803, father Peter Plantz, mother
Charlotte Stoller. Married Mary Nettleton 25 Dec. 1823.

Rhinard R. Plantz:
Family Group: Bob Eggleston: Rhinard (Rynhart) Plantz born 1764, married 1796 Maria Heagle ., father Johannes Plantz,
mother Maria Marnarietta; Children John Franklin born 15 May 1777, married 5 Sept 1820, Holland NY Catherine Whittaker:
Michael born 19 Jan 1800 Fonda NY, married Ruth Nettleton, died 30 Sept 1883: Jacob born 2 Nov 1802 died circa 1906;
Lana (Lena) died circa 1906; Peter born 1805 married Margaret, died ? 1898, moved to Il. & IA.
                   nd
Rhinard married (2 ) Mary E.. He died 10 Oct 1850 at age 86. Children of Rhinard & Mary: Susan married Mr. Winnie:
Marion married Mr. Sparks: Catherine married Mr. Bellgraves; Elizabeth married Lafayette Swain: Simeon James born 5
Jan 1827 Menden or Fort Plain NY, married Elizabeth Hall & Allura Beach, died 26 Nov. 1910 Hammond, St. Lawrence NY,
buried Ingram Cemetery., Chippewa, NY.
Morristown, Chippewa St. Cemetery: Plantz, Rhinerd R. died 10 Oct. 1850 age 86 years.

Sally Maria Planty:
New York, St. Lawrence Co.: Planty, Miss Sally Maria born 19 July 1944, parents Mason & Helen Davis Planty died at age
20 Massena N.Y., grandfather Herbert Planty.

Sarah Maria Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Sarah Plantz, parents Peter Plantz and Elizabeth Van Mater, 1819 Christening Montgomery, Fonda,
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Caugnawaga.

Sarah Malvina Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Sarah Malvina Plantz, female, white, born Johnstown, Fulton Co. NY, 11 June 1850, father Adam
Plantz, mother Maria Veeder. Married James N. Clark 29 Sept 1875 Fulton, Johnstown.

Sidney Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: Sidney Plantz, male, white, born Johnstown, Fulton Co. NY 3 March 1845, father Adam Plantz, died
circa 2 Sept 1853, mother Maria Veeder.

Simeon Plantz: (Rhinard, Johannes, Johannes)
LDS Baptismal Entry; Plantz, Simon, son of Reinhardt Plantz and Elizabeth christened 25 Feb. 1828, Minden, Montgomery
Co. NY., Lutheran Saint Paul‟s Church.
St. Lawrence Co. Historical Association: Simeon Plantz Evert‟s History: enlisted 29 Aug. 1862 at Hammond New York, fifth
corporal.
Land Records: Plantz, Eliz A. & Simeon, mortgagor, John Panter mortgagee, Book 76 A page 330 16 Nov. 1878,
Morristown.
Return of Marriage: Brockville, Co. of Leeds, 1885, Simeon James Plantz 61 years old of Hammond, NY, born Hammond
NY, Widower, Carpenter, son of Ryinard Plantz and Mary E., Religion, Universalist; wife Laura Beach age 24 years, of
Hammond, born Farmerville, spinster, father William Beach, mother Elizabeth, Methodist, Witnesses James & Ida Johnston.
New York State Certificate of Birth: St. Lawrence Co., Hammond, male, legitimate, born Jan 10, 1897, father Simeon Plantz
of Hammond, white, born Fort Plain, NY, Carpenter, mother Alura Beach of Hammond, white age 36, born Canada,
Housewife (number of children born and living - 3), physician H.K. Kerr.
New York State Certificate of Birth: St. Lawrence Co., Hammond, Male, Legitimate, born Oct. 21, 1900, father Simeon
Plantz of Hammond, white age 70, born Fort Plain NY, carpenter, mother Alura Beach of Hammond, white age 40, born
Canada, Housekeeper, (children born & living - 4) Physician H.K. Kerr.


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Bureau of Pensions: Dept. of Interior: Jan. 15, 1898: & Nov. 12 1898: verifying wife‟s name Alura Beach, married the
seventh day Sept 1885 by R. Garden BDDS officiating Minister of Brockville, Ontario. Children Bryce Plantz born July 9,
1886, Lena Plantz born Jan. 17, 1889, Charley William Plantz born Jan. 10, 1897. First wife died Sept 1875.
1905 New York State Census, St. Lawrence Co., Hammond, line 38, Plantz, Simeon, white, male, age 78 born U.S., (Hostler
Hotel), and Laura Plantz white, female, age 44 born English Canada, in U.S. for 20 years. Housekeeper, Lena Mae
Plantz age 16, servant, Charles Plantz age 8 in school, Frank Plantz age 4 at home.
Declaration for Pension: New York, St. Lawrence Co., 20 March 1907; Simeon Plantz age 80 of Hammond, enrolled at
Ogdensburg on 29 Aug. 1862, Private Co. E. 142 Reg. Infantry, NY. Civil War, discharged Raleigh, N.C. 7 June 1865.
Complexion, fair, eyes - blue, hair - light, occupation carpenter, born Minden NY Jan 27 1827. Residences since discharged
- Morristown and Hammond New York. Witnesses E. Gallagher & W.R. Wilson.
New York Death Certificate: Simeon Plantz born Jan 5 1827 age 84 years 11 months 9 days, Carpenter, born NY, died Nov.
26, 1910, cause Paralysis caused by Cerebral Hemorrhage, Dr. Thomas Lewis MD.
Morristown, Chippewa Street Cemetery: Plantz, Simeon (Co. E. 142 NY Reg.) Volunteer, Died 26 Nov 1910.
Declaration for Widow‟s Pension: 12 Dec. 1910, widow of Simeon Plantz, Sgt. At Folly Island, South Carolina, in Co E. 142
Reg. Of Infantry. New York. Vol., discharged June 7, 1865. Married soldier at Brockville, Leeds, Ont. Y Sept 1885,. Soldier‟s
first wife Eliza Planty, died Sept. 28 1873 Morristown NY, Soldier died Nov. 26, 1910 Hammond, N.Y. Children under the age
of 16 = Charles born Jan 10, 1897 Hammond & Frankie born Oct 21, 1900 Hammond. Witnesses Festus & Catharine
Franklin
Ancestor Chart of Bob Eggleston, (Plantz Family Researcher): Simeon Plantz born 1827, died 1910 Hammond, NY, married
   nd
(2 )1885 Allura Beach born 1861 died 1936 Hammond NY, daughter Lena May Plantz born Jan 17, 1889 died 14 Aug.
1969, Cooperstown, NY., married 14 Aug 1912 Ernest Ward Adamy born April 11, 1888 Hannibal, NY, died 4 Jan 1972
Cooperstown, NY.. Ernest & Lena had a daughter Elizabeth Jean Adamy born 23 Aug 1923 Syracuse, NY, married Osborn
Eggleston 14 Aug 1947. Osborn was born 6 Dec. 1921 Cooperstown NY. They had a son Robert Osborn Eggleston born 5
Sept 1956 Cooperstown, NY, married 1 July 1978 Diane Louise Tewinkle, daughter Jennifer Erin Eggleston born 14 May
1980 Auburn, NY.
Ancestor Chart of Bob Eggleston, (Plantz Family Researcher): Simeon Plantz born 5 Jan. 1827, Mendon or Fort Plain, NY,
died 26 Nov. 1910 Hammond, NY, married 7 Sept 1885 Allura Beach born 23 Sept 1861 Farmersville, Ont. Canada died 29
Apr 1936 Hannibal, NY. Simeon James Plantz was the son of Mary E. and Rhinard (Rynhard) Plantz born 1764 or 1775, and
died 10 Oct 1850. Rhinard was the son of Johannes Plantz born 1725 Germany, died Albany, Johnstown, NY.. Johannes
father‟s name was also Johannes Plantz born 1700 Baden, Germany.
Family Group Sheet, Bob Eggleston: Simeon James Plantz born 5 Jan 1827 Menden, NY, married 1855 Brier Hill NY,
Elizabeth Hall born Natural Bridge NY. & died 28 Sept 1873 Morristown NY : Children; James H. born 1847/8 died 27 March
1865; Myron Eugene born 1849, married Charlotte Louisa Patterson, & Emily: Clarrissa S. born 1851 Morristown, married
23 Sept 1871 John Rickard; Emery S. (Eugene) born 1855; Lucy Ann born 16 Nov 1856 Morristown, St. Lawrence Co.
NY, married 18 Nov 1881 Thomas Lowry Jr., died 20 Oct 1932; Gordon E. born 1859.
Simeon James Plantz married second Allura Beach 7 Sept 1885 Brockerville, Leeds, Ont. : children; Bryce Augustus born 9
July 1886 Hammond, married Lottie Deland, died 22 Dec. 1966, buried White Chapel Men. Gardens, Dewitt, NY.; Lena
May Plantz born 17 Jan 1889 Hammond, married 14 Aug 1912 Syracuse NY, to Ernest Ward Adamy, died 14 Aug 1969
Cooperstown, Otsego, NY.; Charles William born 10 Jan. 1897 Hammond, married 3 May 1923 Syracuse, to Marian
Emma Stanley, died 11 Nov 1975 Syracuse, buried Pine Plains Cemetery. Clay, NY.: Frank Plantz born 21 Oct 1900
Hammond, married 11 Nov 1922 Catherine McCloud, died 26 July 1970, buried Maple Grove Cem. Jordan, NY.


Stephen D Planty:
New York: St. Lawrence Co. Index of Wills: Planty, Stephen D. #1500 Died 19 Feb. 1935, probate 30 Mar. 1935.

Timothy Parker Plantz:
LDS Baptismal Entry: Plantz, Timothy Parker, parents Philip & Mary Plantz, 05 Dec 1824, Fulton, Johnstown Saint John
Episcopal Church.
Letter of Timothy Plantz to Elizabeth Plantz Swain: April 26, 1906
Dear Aunt and Children,


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      I received your welcome letter last night and I will answer today. We all most was over joyed to get a letter from our
dear Aunt. We are well except for myself. I have had the rumatism so bad that it has stiffened my joints in my knees that
I am very lame. The rest of the family is quite well now. We hope when you get this letter it will find yours all well. Now I
will answer your question. What we know about it that grand father‟s name was John Plantz. He was a shoemaker, he
had red sandy hair. Now I want to know who it is that is a working at it to get it. We hope he will get it all rite. We would
be glad to get our share of it. Our place will make us a living without us a working enney our selves but it would do our
children some good. We are getting so old it mite not do us much good. We have had our number eight. We have two
dead, we have five great grand children a living and one dead. Is that Uncle Simeon and wife that is a working in that
hotell. Let us know in your next letter. We won‟t go back on old york state, our native state. Now we want to know what
your age is. I think as near as I know you must be my age or older. Do the folks make maple shgar there yet. Now I will
tell you when we make our garden in the fall, the first rain that come to wet the fround anuf, we can raise peas, onions, calich,
seetlice, radishes, strap leaf, turnips. San Fransisco had an earth quake and the fire destroyed the most of that large place
and there was three thousan people killed. That is the estamate. We felt it made our house crack but it didn‟t do us enney
damage. I wish you could a see Cathern‟s roseys. They are fine and so is her other flower‟s. We had a mess of peas last
Sunday of our own raisen. I have wrote all I can think of this time. Write us again as soon as you get my letter. It takes so
long before gets through. We our best regards to you and children from your nephew Timothy and Cathern Plantz.
      Send you letters to Woodland Yolo County, California then it will come to our house F.F.D. No.2 Box Sixty Seven.

Walter H. Plantz;
Morristown, Chippewa Street Cemetery, Plantz, Walter H. born 1874 died 1949.

William Plantz;
LDS Baptismal Entry: William Plantz, male, white, born 13 April 1822 Montgomery Co. NY, father Michael Plantz, mother
Elizabeth Hough.

William Planty:
St. Lawrence Co. N.Y. 1850, Census Morristown, #83, William Planty, age 36, Christine age 36, James H. age 15, John E.
age 12, Mary age 10, Thadius age 8, Sarah age 6, Frances age 3, George age 1, all born in New York.

William A Plantz:
Letters of William A Plantz to Elizabeth Plantz Swain:
Billingham Washington;
March 13, 1906:
My Dear Auntie
     I was very hapily Surprised to get a Letter from you. I did not know your address, So I Sent the Paper to Morristown,
hoping that the Post Master there Might know where to Send the Paper So that it might Reach you and you can only imagine
how Surprised I was to get a letter from you this Morning and will answer it by return mail.
     It will be 66 years Next May Since we last met each other and I have thought many times of the good times that we had
when Children and now that we have Each others address we will corespond and keep each other Posted the little while that
is left us to Live on Earth Now in regards to My Health. I am Troubled with Rheumatism quite a good deal, So that I a m
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quite lame, I Contracted it when a Soudier int the Army, During our Civil Ware, I was a Lieutenant in Company E, 46
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Regiment Illinois Volunteers I was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh on Sunday Morning the 6 day of April 1862 but the
wound does not trouble but little now, otherwise my Health is good
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     I am the Same as your Self Alone, My Wife Died 4 years ago the 12 Day of next month (April) and I am now making my
Home with my Eldest Son Frankie we had 2 Children both Boys, My youngest Boy is an old Bach, He is living near this City,
so I can see them both every Day if I want to, But as I am nearly 76 years old I begin to feel a little lazy & do not go out to see
him only about once a week. He lives a little over one mile away His Name is Charlie, My Eldest Son is Married & has 2
children a Son & Daughter I will send you their Pictures. The Daught Marjory is the oldest 10 years old The Boy is 7 Past
his name is Fred. I will now tell you about my Fathers Family. You Remember my Brother Timothy He was the Oldest of
our Family He is yet living His Address is Woodland Yolo County California, R.F.D.No.2, Sister Mary was Next She Died
June 1862. You Remember Her and the Next was Myself. I have already Written about Myself. So Will Say no more
Next was Sister Catherine Gibson Her address is Cyle County Illinois RDF No? Care of Will Ling her Son inlaw She is a
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Widow Next is Sister Jane She Died in October 1878 Next was Brother Jacob He Died When only 3 years old Next is
Sister Emily Traner, Her adress is Ashton Lee County Illinois FRD No 2 Next & last of our Family is sister Almeda
Shepard Meridian Sutter County California. My Father Died September 30 1883 Mother Died 1895 you know more
about uncle John Plantz that I do he lives or did live in Canada Uncle Jacob is Dead I do not know Just what year He
died, the last time I visited him was the year 1870 and Uncle Peter Plantz is also Dead. I think that He Died in the year
1898 Fathers Sister Aunt Lana is Dead I do not know in what year She Died Aunt Susan Winne you know all about Her
Death I supose I would like to know what became of Her Family Aunt Marion Sparks She is also Dead. I do not know how
long She has been Dead Aunt Catherine Bellgraves is also Dead I visited Her the Summer of 1870 I do not know just
how long She has been Dead So you see that you & Uncle Simeon is all that is left of your Fathers Family. Please write
me all about your Family & Uncle Winnies, I can Remember Mary Winnie & one Boy, I would like to take a Drink of water
out of the old Bark Spring below the Ledge of Raoks & Walk Dower the Steps to the Spring once more But I think that I will
never have that Pleasure again. I have not herd anything about that Property in Germany for quite a good many years, at
one time I has Some hopes of getting it. But is Seemed that we could not quite Prove our claim to it So we have not done
any thing more for a long time I will be very glad to have you Past me all about what you have learned about our claim there
we are intitled to it there in not the least doubt about it, have you any one working at it I will be glad to know & will assist all
that I can we live on the Bank of Bellingham Bay, I can throw a stone in the Bay from our yard, Give My Regards to Uncle
Simeon & write me about his Family. Please give my Regards to you Family & Save a good Share for yourself. Write
Soon to you Nephew.
                  W. W. Plantz

April 22th 1906
Dear Auntie
     Your Letter was not Dated So I can not Say of what Date it was written But it was missent to Washingt6on, D.C. and
came from there to me, I got the Letter all right, But it was 3 or 4 Days longer in getting here. I was sorry that you had the
Grip but Very glad that you are well agan and able to write. I think when Warm & Settled Weather comes we will both of us
fell better
     I will be glad to hear more about your Family you Say that you have had Nine Children 2 Girls & 7 Boys, 6 of the Boys live
in Michigan are the Boys all married & have Families of their own One of the Girls was married & had 3 Children 2 Girls &
one Boy before She Died, you Say 2 are married, Do you mean 2 of your daughters Children is married or 2 of you Boys are
married, You do not Say whether your other Daughter is married or Single or whare She is Staying. You Say that you
have a letter from Timothy have you a Boy by that Name or Did you get a letter from my Brother Timothy that lives in
California you did not Say any thing about Aunt Susan Winnies or her Family they Bought My Fathers Farm Near your Home
or I Supose it is near your Home I Remember one of Her Daughters by the Name of Mary & one Boy I think his Name was
William. I will be Very glad to know what has become of them and their Post Office Address if you know what it is, and
also Uncle Simeons is he Married & have a Family of Children.
     I am very glad that you will take a good Drink of Water from the Bark Spring for me, I think that it will taste good
     If you have any thing in Regard to that Legazy that belongs to the airs of one of the Brothers that came to this Country
from Jermany Many years ago, I will Read it & See what might be Done about it, I will than let you know whether I think
there can be anything Done with it, for it has been So long Since we were trying to Prove our Claim to it that I have forgotten
all the Peticulars about it & will return it to you.
     The weather here is Very Nice and everything indicates that Spring time has come and everything is putting on its Spring
Dress of Flowers & Green Leaves that make them look Nice Please answer Soon and ablige your Nephew
                                                                                                               W. A. Plantz

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July 5 1906
Dear Auntie
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    Your Letter of June 19 came to hand all right and I was Very glad to hear from you and would be Very glad if we could
only Prove our Claim to that German Estate which I think Rightfuly belongs to us. I have Since Receiving your letter tried to
bring to mind what was done when we ware trying to Prove our Claim to the Estate in 1949??(1849) When I was in
Amsterdam New York. I do not know who has the Evidence that was found at that time in regard to the Estate I was quite
fermilier with all that had been Done up to that time, but it is So long ago that I can not call to mind Scarcely any think that
was done at that time, and there has Since that time So many of the Heirs have Died that I do not now where we would have
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to begin now to get that Evidence unless we can find the Party that has that Evidence, and I see by those letters of Mr. Prince
that he must have Positive Evidence before he would be willing to undertake to collect the money for a Percentage, Now
Dear Auntie if you know the Partie that has all of the Evidence that was collected when Uncle Jacob and others ware trying
to Prove our Right to the Estate it Might be Some Encouragement to make another Trial to get the Money, But if that
Evidence can not be found where are we to commence to get it agan, If I Recolect right we could not find any Record of
Great Grand Fathers Marriage & if he was Married Who he Married & Where He was Married, and if my Memory Serves me
right that was all that we lacked to Prove our Claim to the Estate. And now Auntie to make Sure that there is Such an Estate
in Germany to the Name of Johann Plaitz I will be one of Five to make up Fifteen Dollars to Pay Mr. Prince to find out
Positively that there is such an Estate to the Cridid of Johann Plantz, If there is such Estate sure than we would have some
more Encouragement to work for it. Now if Mr. Prince will undertake to find out Positively that there is such an Estate and
the Amount of it for Fifteen Dollars you can Put me down as one of Five to Raise that amount at any time I will return you
those Letters of Mr. Prince in this letter as I promised to do Please tell me all about Uncle Winnies Family & oblige your Neff
as Ever.
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A. Plantz
Letter of Wm. A. Plantz to Simeon Plantz:
Billingham Washington
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July 7 1907
Dear Uncle
    I have thought many times that I would write a few lines to you But have like I have Many times before Put it off from time
to time thinking that I would do so in a few Day.
      I Spent the winter & spring in California. Was there about 8 Mounths Started for Billingham from Yolo in Yolo County
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on the 21 of June and arrived in Billingham on June 23 Birthday I l3eft the Folfs at Yolo quite well as usual.
      I will remain here for at least one year from next fall, then if Brother Timothy is yet among the living I May Visit him & I
might add that if I am yet living Brother Timothy as well as myself are at that age. So that we are classed with those that are
called old men and may Drop away at any time My Health is good Except Rhuematism that I contracted while in the Army 44
years ago & have been quite a criple since. I was a Lieutenant in Company E Forty Sixth Illinois Volunteers. I Enlisted
September 1861.
      I was Very sory to here of Aunt Elizabeth Death, Was always Very glad to get a letter from her. She always Seemed
quite Cheerful when Writing to me. Which made her letter Read Nicely. She did not write me at any time How many your
Family Numbered. Would be Very glad to have you inform me & also the Names of Uncle Winnies Family that are alive &
their addresss. I would Write to them if I had ther Names & address
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      I was Married in October 1862 we had 2 Children both Boys My Wife Died April 12 1902 and I am making My home
in Billingham With My Eldest Son Frank He is Married & has two Children Girl & a Boy Charlie My other Boy is not
Married. Write me Soon & oblige your Nephew
                                             W A Plantz       adress me 2507
                                             Eldredge Ave. Billingham
                                             Washington
PS if you have any thing New in regard to that Dowery Business Please advise me & oblige




See also letters by Timothy Plantz and Marshall Swain (listed under Elizabeth Plantz):




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REDMOND FAMILY Notes:


Names of Early Residents www.rootsweb.com/~onhasting/BMD/names.htm; Redmond, Mrs. Of Hilton, born in Cramahe
Township 1809.

Charles Redmond:
Family group Record, family search.org: Charles Redman born 1773 Ireland, died 9 July 1815, married 1804, Me Territory,
father “Irish Lord” Redmond, wife Susannah Marr, born 20 June 1777 Northampton Pa., died 1 Aug 1854, father David Marr,
mother Sarah: Children (1) David born about 1799 Me Territory, (2) David Marr Redman born 1806 Norfolk, Ontario,
Canada, died 12 Feb. 1889 King City, Gentry, MO. (3) George R. Redman born 2 Dec. 1808 Canada.

David A. Redmond: (John)
1830 Monroe Co., New York, Clarkson, Redmond, David page 267.
Family Group Record - family search.org: David A. Redman born 1800 Genesee Co. NY, died 28 March 1873, Genesee.,
wife Martha born 1810 Genesee, NY, died 1 May 1869, Genesee Co. NY., Children: all born in and died in Genesee Co.
NY.(1) Emma M. born 1837, died 2 July 1867 (2) Sophia born 1829 died 11 Oct. 1857 (3) Emma M. born 1829 died 11 Oct
1867 (4) Louisa E. born 1850 died 24 Dec. 1852

David M. Redman:
Redmond Genealogy, by Lois Hodge: David M. Redman born 1806, Norfolk, Ontario, died King City, Gentry, MO. Father
Charles Redman..

George W. Redmond:
Directory of the Province of Ontario 1857: George W. Redmond of Trenton, Hastings Co. Ontario - lumber merchant.

J. Redmond:
1850 Monroe Co NY Census: J. Redmond age 30 male, shoe maker born England.

John Redmond:
Monroe Co Wills: Book A page 649, John Redmond II of Clarkson, dated 13 Jan 1829, probated March 28 1829, Mentions
wife Polly, children , Perry, Michael, Hiram, Abram, Elsy, Ann Childs, Susan, Randolph, Julian, David. Executor - wife,
Witnesses; William James, Samuel Mead, Philo Higby.

John Redmond:
Marriage‟s: Marriages by Wm. Smart, Minister; Presbyterian Congregation, Brockville, Elizabethtown, U. Canada: 4 Oct
1831, John Redmond married Susan Davis, both of Elizabethtown, wit. Richard Osborne and Isaac Evott.

Hannah Redmond:
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1850 Monroe Co NY Census: 3 Ward Rochester City, page 107, Hannah Redmond, age 14 born England, living in house
of Daniel Whitmath age 25 shoemaker born England & wife Harriet age 27 born England.

Hiram Redmond: (John)
1870 NY Clarkson Census: Redman, Hiram age 56 male, white, farmer, worth $13,000 & $3,000, born N.Y., wife Agnes age
55 keeping house, children, Wallace age 22 worth $200 born NY, Mary age 18 born NY, Lida age 12 born NY.

Perry Redman: (John)
1855 NY Monroe Co State Census: Brighton NY; Redman, Perry head of house, male, age 44 born Onondaga Co. NY.
Laborer: wife ? Dubian age 43, born Hardwick; Children, Manerva, female, age 16 born ? Mosh, Isabel, female age 13 born
Mosh, Henry male, age 9 born Monroe, Viola female age 4 born Monroe.


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Wesley Redmond:
Quinte Kin:: Redmond: Wesley, Gordon, Beatrice (1850), Daniel, Dorothy., Edward, Elizabeth, George W. (*1863), James
or Jane (1836).

William Redmond:
Marriage‟s: Marriages by Wm. Smart, Minister; Presbyterian Congregation, Brockville, Elizabethtown, U. Canada: 5 March
1832, William Redmond married Mahala Whooley, both of Younge, banns, wit. Ninnon Bates and William Faulknew.

William Redmond:
1851 Canada Census: William Redmond Lennox Addington Co., also Isabela Redmond of same.




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RICE FAMILY Notes:

Aaron Rice:
Yale Genealogy: Noah Yale of Wallingford Conn. Married Anna Ives 2 Aug 1744, settled in Meridan, Farmer, Noah died
1803 age 80, Anna died 8 Sept 1807 age 84, daughter Anna born 12 Jan 1752 married Aaron Rice, they removed to
Brighton, New York.
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Note: Anna was the fourth child born the 5 & 7 children born were named Joel.
Pedigree Chart-by Beatrice Adams: Aaron Rice, Sr. born 1749 Wallingford, Conn. Married 1170 Anna Yale, died Dec. 20,
1832 buried Greene, Ohio. Wife Anna Yale born Jan. 12, 1752 daughter of Noah Yale born June 2, 1723, married Aug 2
1744 Anna Ives, died Feb. 27, 1803. Noah Yale was the son of Thomas Yale and Mary Benham. Anna Ives was born
?1724 died Sept 8, 1809.
Aaron Rice and Anna Yale were the parents of Aaron Rice, Jr. born Oct. 6, 1781 died 1865 Green Ohio, married Submit
Jones who was born Oct. 20, 1786 and died Dec 15, 1835, she was the daughter of Isaac Jones born 1764 and died 1830,
mother Abigail Brockway. Isaac Jones was the son of Israel Jones born March 18, 1716 Enfield, Conn. Married 1744
Jemima Clark. Israel died Dec 28, 1798 Barkhamsted, Conn.

Aaron Rice:
1790 Census: Aaron Rice, Ontario Co., Canandaigua - 4 males.
1810 Census: Aaron Rice, Ontario Co, #156, 01-001-01
1810 Census: Aaron Rice, Ontario Co, #205, 31110-111
“History of Ontario Co.: Aaron Rice who settled on a part of lot #9, now known as the Hemingway farm, was the only farrier
then in the country. He was a good citizen and well liked in the neighborhood.
Page 478: Aaron Rice, one of the Wilder party,
Page 241; Aaron Rice, school commissioner.
History of South Bristol, NY: In 1789 the pioneer settlement of the town began, the first honor in connection therewith
naturally falling to Gamaliel Wilder, although he was accompanied by quite a colony of pioneer Yankees. Besides Wilder
were his sons, Daniel, Jonas, Joseph and Asa, Theophilus Allen and wife, Jonathan, John and Nathan Allen, Jeremiah
Spicer, Aaron Rice, Jared Tuttle, Elisha Parish, and a few others whose names have not been preserved, as members of
the colony. These families located in various sections of the families located in various sections of the town and at once set
about clearing and improving their lands and building houses and other necessary buildings. In 1791 Gamaliel Wilder built
a grist-mill, and a sawmill was about the same time put in operation by the worthy pioneer. Associated with the grist-mill
was also the indispensable distillery.
“Gen Amos Hall Census of 1790”: page 435 Aaron Rice (other than the early settlers at Avon, as the author concludes), is
named as the head of a family in South Bristol. He removed to Genesee Co & from thence to the west in early years. His
daughters became the wives of David Wilder, Simeon Crosby & Randall Chapman.

Simeon Crosby came from New York and settled in the west half of Section 34, but died in 1839, three years after his
arrival. A daughter, Sarah Crosby, was one of the first married in the township, then a part of Eden, being married to John
Hubbard, September 12, 1836, by Rev. James Latta
(Son of Simeon 1794 - 1839 Ohio, this is not the same as Simeon who died in Bristol NY.)

Aaron Rice:
“Book of the Wilders” Mary Rose Wilder Turner: Aaron Rice born 31 Jan. 1724-25 married Freedom French at Deerfield 5
Nov. 1754. She was born 22 April 1730 the daughter of Thomas and Joanna French (he was a Corp. in Burke Co. 1758).
Aaron died 1808 at the age of 84. Freedom died Sept. 1809 at the age of 80, son Aaron was born the sixth of ten children
on 23 March 1765, and married Lona Thompson born 4 Jan. 1771 Breckville (of Charlemont) Cuyago Co. Ohio. He was
there in 1854 at age 90.
“Rice Family” Page 93; Aaron Rice married Freedom French at Deerfield 5 Nov 1754. She was born 22 April 1730 daughter
of Thomas & Joanna French, & were ad. To Deerfield Ch, Sept 1756; He was corporal in Burke‟s Co., 1758; removed to
Charlemont; was Deacon of the church there, & a member of the State of Convention, 1779; to frame a Constitution for the
Commonwealth of Mass; He died 1808 age 84. His widow Freedom died Sep0t 1809 age 80. Children: Sarah born 16
Aug 1756 died 7 Dec 1758: John born 2 Feb 1758 married Ruth Rice: Sarah born 14 Nov 1759 died 16 Apr 1783: Anna
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born 10 July 1761 died 9 Dec 1783: Eunice born 24 July 1763 died 6 Dec. 1782: Aaron born 23 March 1765 married Lona
Thompson: Joseph born 8 Dec. 1767 married Emblem Comstock: Luke born 27 Nov. 1769 married Lydia Rice: Silas
born 16 Oct 1771: ? Freedom.

Aaron Rice:
1820 Ohio Census Index: Aaron Rice page 052, Co., Cuyahoga, Twp of Bre,
1830 Ohio Census Index: Aaron Rice page 134, Co., Cuyahoga, Twp of Bre,

Aaron Rice Jr. (Aaron)
1820 Ohio Census Index: Aaron Rice page 016A, Co., Ashtabula, Twp of Way.
1830 Ohio Census Index: Aaron Rice page 134, Co., Trumbull, Twp of Gre.
“Rice Family” page 164; Aaron Rice of Charlemont married Lona Thompson (born 4 Jan. 1771) of Charlemont, on 16 Apr
1789, & removed to Breckville, Cayuga Co. Ohio and was living there in 1854, at the age of 90 years, enjoying health Y
strength. Children: Eunice born 23 Apr. 1790 married Ebenezer Rice: Hepzibath born 3 May 1792: Aaron born 13 Nov.
1793 married Jemima Dunsha: Seth born 20 Feb 1795 married Candace Edgerton: William born 4 March 1797 married
Ruth Edgerton: Moses born 25 Aug 1799: Peter born 8 June 1803: Deantha born 9 Feb 1807: Myron born 1 Aug 1809:
Jane born 23 Sept 1811 married H. H. Bagley: Hiram born 12 July 1814 died 6 Nov 1814.

Aaron Rice:
1800 New York Population Sch.: Otsego Co. N.Y., Cherry Valley: Aaron Rice: 1 male 16 to 26 years, 1 male 45 & older, 1
female 16-26 years, 1 female 45 & older.
Prior entry to Rice is Rial (?) Crosby; 1 male 10-16, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-45.
Note: This Crosby could be married to David Wilder’s widow.
Note: Elijah Crosby 1820 Ohio Census Index: page 035 Co. Cuyahoga.

Aaron Rice:
New York: Index to Bible & Family Reg. Page 85; Marriages: Aaron Rice married Esther Bailey at Watertown NY, in Oct
1822
New York: Index to Bible & Family Reg.:Births: Aaron B. Rice Born 13 June 1798.
His wife Esther Bailey was born 21 June 1804. Son of Aaron - George W. Rice born 14 Nov. 1832. Deaths: Aaron B. Rice
died 6 Oct 1870

Adam Rice:
1830 Ontario Co. NY Census: Adam Rice; 1 male age 40-50, 1 female age 40-50.

Almon S. Rice:
Hollow Cemetery, Barkhamsted. Conn. Almon S. Rice, son of Chauncey & Almira Rice died 31 March 1850 age 12

Amos Rice:
Wallingford, Conn. Cemeteries : Rice, Amos (Center St.) died 23 July 1794 age 68.

David Rice:
1830 Ohio Census Index: David Rice page 155, Co., Trumbull, Twp of Gre,

Elisha Rice:
New York: Index to Bible & Family Reg. Elisha Rice born 12 Dec. 1679 died 1761 married Elizabeth Wheeler of Concord,
Mass. 10 Feb. 1708. She was born 7 Feb. 1685, a descendant of Resolved White of the Mayflower. They had: Zebulon
Rice born Jan 1725 married 7 Dec. 1749 Susanna Allen, who was born 1732 and died 3 Dec 1823. He died 26 Dec 1799.
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Issue: David Rice (15 child) born 29 Nov 1772 died at Hartland ? Vt. 1814. He married in 1795 Elizabeth Bacon (born 27
March 1780 daughter of Timothy & Sybil Parker Bacon), She died Lowville, NY. On 27 April 1872.: Issue : Calvin Rice born
23 Aug. 1796, Aaron born 13 June 1798, Harvey born 10 March 1800, Betsey Rice (Patton) born 1806, Almira Rice (Houk)
born 1804.
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Elisha Rice was the son of Thomas, son of Deacon Edmund Rice, who came to Sudbury Mass 1638.

Henry Rice:
Rush Co., Ind. Cemetery Records: page 166, Posey Twp., Nelson Graveyard: Rice, Henry died 2 March 1868 age 37 years
5 months 7 days.

Joseph Rice:
Memorial History of Hartford:   Joseph Rice of Marlbora married widow Sarah Prescott Wheeler on 22 Dec. 1677.

Joseph Rice:
Wallingford, Conn. Cemeteries : Joseph Rice, died 14 Aug 1803 age 57 (Center St.).

Keziah Rice:
“Book of the Wilders” Jedediah Busnell Jr. married Keziah Rice of Hartland 2/17/1798.

Laura Rice:
Hollow Cemetery, Barkhamsted, Conn. Laura Rice, wife of Wait Rice died 19 June 1836 age 22.

Mary Rice:
Memorial History of Hartford:   Josiah White married Mary Rice of Marlborough on 28 Sept. 1678.

Moses Rice:
Early Conn. Marriages: page 64, Capt, Moses Rice married widow Kezia Lewis on 17 Nov. 1785

Roswell Rice:
Source unknown: Roswell Rice born 1787, father Samuel, brothers: Samuel, Aaron, Allen, Warren & Gilbert.

Samuel Rice:
Soldiers of the Revolutionary War: Center Cemetery; Soldier‟s Monument; Samuel Rice. Private in Captain John Couch‟s
Company, L.A.; also private in Captain John Couch‟s Company, State troops, at battle of Long Island and defense of New
York. Moved to Barkhamsted about 1782, pensioned as private 1818.

Seth Rice:
1820 Ohio Census Index: Seth Rice page 052, Co., Cuyahoga, Twp of Bre,

Silas Rice:
Memorial History of Hartford: Silas Rice of Westborough married Copia Broton on 10 March 1744

Timothy Rice:
1830 Monroe Co. N.Y. Clarkson: Rice, Timothy page 275.

Wait Rice:
Soldiers of the Revolutionary War: Rice, Wait -- No records of his Regiment found, but it is known he was in battle of Long
Island and defense of New York, 1776; was taken prisoner, and had about the same experience as his cousin Samuel:
came to Barkhamsted about 1782; lived on the Ratlam road, above the David Barber place; pensioned as private, 1818.
Died about 1831; buried at Hollow; no stone. These men came from Wallingford. The name originally was Royce.

Zeba Rice:
1830 Oakland Co. MI. Census: Zeba Rice 100001/20001.




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Snider - Snyder Family Notes:


Abram Snyder: (Christopher)
1880 Mi. Census, Genesee Co. Davison Twp. Abram Snyder, white, male, age 53 married, Farmer, born Canada, parents
born Canada, cannot read or write English, living in Genesee Co., Davison Twp., wife Jane age 49 keeping house, born
Canada, parents born Canada, son Charles age 12 born Canada attending school, daughter Henrietta age 14 born
Michigan; daughter Hannah Farrser age 24 divorced, day home worker, cannot read or write English, ? Born MI. parents
born Canada, Jennie age 5 grand daughter born MI., parents born MI., Catherine Pangburn age 28 daughter, widow,
Carrie age 10 grand daughter attending school born MI., parents born MI., Lilly age 6 grand daughter born California parents
born MI>, & George grandson born California parents born MI.
Flint Directory 1885: Abram Snyder, section 24, 120 acres, 750, Davison.
Flint Directory 1888/89: Abram Snyder, farmer, 25, 120, $750., Davison, Davison Station.
Genesee Co. Death Records: Snyder, Abram died 14 Nov. 1919, male, white, married age 94 years 10 months 13 days,
Davison, MI., cause - general breaking down, born Canada, father Chris Snyder born N.Y., mother born Canada, name
unknown.

Abraham Snider:
Sons & Daughters of American Loyalists: Snider, Abraham of Ernestown married Rachel daughter of Jonas Amey, U.E.
Those listed under his name are: (1) John of Ernestown, OC 16 Feb 1811. (2) Rachel, married John Abrahams of
Ernestown, OC 26 March 1817. (3) Jonas of Ernestown, OC 16Dec 1818. (4) Eve, OC 22 March 1820. (5) Mary married
Nicholas Amey of Ernestown, OC 19 Sept 1839. (6) Martin of Ernestown, OC 30 May 1835. (7) Hannah born 10 March 1810
married Edward Hagerman of Thurlow, OC 24 March 1835. (8) Clarissa OC 10 Jan 1833. (9) Rebecca born 8 Jan 1813;
married ___ Stover of Ernestown, OC 3 Jan 1833. (10) Sarah, married ____Asselstine of Ernestown, OC 28 April 1832.
(11) Abraham of Ernestown, OC 14 Nov. 1831. (12) Simon of Ernestown OC 7 April 1824. ? (12) Susannah born 24 March
1808.
OC, or OIC is an Order of Council regarding Land Grants.

Abraham Snider:
1851 Canada Census: Hastings Co., Hungerford Twp.: Abraham Snider: Farmer, born Canada West, Methodist, age 30
wife Jane age 30, daughters; Esther age 11, Catherine age 9, Hannah age 7, Eunice age 5, Mary age 2.
Flint Directory 1892/93: Abraham Snyder, farmer, 25, 80 acres, $475., Davison, Davison Station.

Adam Snyder:
Genforum.genealogy.com/snider: Adam Snyder (1739-1826) Ann Freas (1740-1807): In the latter part of August, 1793,
Adam and his wife Ann Freas with their family of eight left for Canada. They were six weeks on the road covering about five
hundred miles through the wilderness. The “roads” were only Indian trails between settlements. The women and children
rode the horses and on wagons. The men walked, and drove the cattle and sheep. Upon their arrival in Canada, the
family settled in the northern part of Gainesborough township, Lincoln County, lot 23 in the sixth concession on The Twenty,
or Jordan Creek. In 1794, he built a saw mill and a grist mill on the Twenty mile creek, and the community became known
as Snyder‟s Mills. Shortly thereafter, the name of the settlement was changed to St. Ann‟s. Family legend states that Ann
befriended the Indians who came to her door, and was so good to them that they looked upon her as a saint and named the
Snyder place “St. Ann‟s.”      Their children established homes to the east of the homestead, lot after lot. Ann died 1807,
followed by Adam in 1826. Both are buried in St. Ann‟s churchyard. Their eight children were (1) Mary Snyder 1768-1830
married William Mingle (2) William Snyder 1768-1850, married Elizabeth Linda berry (3) Elizabeth Snyder 1771-1845 (4)
John Snyder 1776-1846 married Christina Dills (5) Henry Snyder 1778-1850 married Mary Dean (6) Joseph Snyder
1780-1866 married Elizabeth Dean (7) Peter Snyder 1783-1868, married Ann Book (8) Abigail Snyder.
family search.org: Donald Singer: Adam Snyder born 1740 Sussex Co., N.J., died Gainsborough, Lincoln Co., ON. Canada,
parents Christian and Madeline Snyder, married Anne Freas about 1740 Sussex Co., NJ.

Alva F. Snyder: (Joseph, Christopher, Abram)
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Evergreen Cemetery: Snyder, Alva F., April 29, 1872 - Nov. 5, 1874, son of Joseph & Sophia Snyder.

Andrew Snider:
1851 Census, Sidney twp., Hastings Co., Ontario: Snider, Andrew, farmer, born Ameliasburg, Pr. Ed. Co., Bapt., age 32
Married, Elizabeth born AM. age 23, son Henry B. age 4 born AM.
1861 Census, Hastings Co. Thurlow Twp. Andrew Snider, Hotel keeper born Can.W., Baptist, age 39, Elizabeth his wife age
39, Henry age 13, William J. age 9, E. Jane age 14, Deborah age 18.
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Sidney Directory: 1868-1869:Snider, Andrew, yeoman, Front Sidney & 1 con. Part lot 25.

Catherine Snyder:
The Genesee Democrat: May 26, 1900, page 1, Mrs. Snyder, a pioneer of Davison and mother of the late Joseph Snyder,
of that town, died at an advanced age last Saturday.
Death Certificate; Genesee Co. Mi.: Catherine Snyder died May 19, 1900, female, white, widow age 94 years 7 months 13
days, died in the Township of Davison, cause Heart failure, born Canada, farmer, Parents - Badgley.
Evergreen Cemetery: Snyder, Katherine (Katie Badgley) S. family record. Died Davison, Genesee Co. May 19, 1900 aged
94 years 7 months 13 days, Church records - Widow of Christopher Snyder, family records Children - Abram m. Jane
Forshee (Pine Grove Cem.); Christopher m. Betsey Forshee (City Cem., Flint); Joseph m. Sophia Black more (Evergreen
Cem.) Eunice married Benj. Badgley, left Gen. Co.; Jane married Thos. Sines (Evergreen Cem.)

Charles Snyder:
Davison Newspaper Obit: Charles Snyder age 66, died Nov. 30, 1933, Davison, burial in Pine Grove Cemetery, Davison,
MI.. Also Mrs. Charles Snyder (Nellie May Burr) age 50, Born 12 July 1877 Davison, died 16 July 1927 Flint


Christopher Snyder:
1851 Canada Census: Hastings Co., Hungerford Twp.: Christopher Snyder, farmer, born Canada West age 29, wife
Elizabeth age 29, Joseph age 6, Esther D. age 3, Peter age 1.
1880 MI. Census Genesee Co. Flint City, Mill St.: Christopher Snyder age 45, Laborer, born Canada, parents born
Canada, wife Elizabeth age 44 keeping house, born Canada parents born Canada, son Joseph age 25 laborer born
Canada, son Peter age 20 born Canada at home with Consumption, daughter Olive age 14 attending school, born
Michigan, son Jefferson age 16 at home born Michigan, son Christopher age 11 attending school born Michigan, daughter
Amanda age 7 born Michigan.

Christopher Snyder: (Abram)
1880 MI. Census: Genesee Co. Davison Twp.: Snyder, Christopher, white, male, age 73, married, Farmer, born Canada,
father born Canada, mother born unknown, wife Catherine age 73 Keeping House, born Canada, parents born unknown.
Flint Directory 1885: Christopher Snyder, section 29, 40 acres, 1200, Davison
Genesee Co. MI. Death Certificate: Christopher Snyder, died 23 July 1885, male, married, age unknown, cause Cancer of
hip, (?) born MI., Farmer, father Abram Snyder deceased, mother ____ Snyder. Died in Davison, MI.
Flint Genealogical Quarterly: Snyder, Christopher, of Davison, age 73 years. Will dated 16 Oct. 1879. Estate to go to his
wife, Catherine Snyder. After her death, estate to go to sons and daughters: Abram Snyder, Christopher Snyder Jr.,
Eunice M. Badgley & Jane B. Sines, share & share alike. Land is to go to his son, Joseph S., who stayed at home and
cared for his father. This son to be, Executor. Witnesses: Oscar Adams & Charles A. Durand, both of Flint. Presented to
probate 5 Aug. 1885. Final record 25 Aug. 1885. (Will Book 1, page 208). (Ed.note: No Tss have been located for
Christopher Snyder, farmer age 73, born Canada, as was also his father; Catharine, wife age 73 years born Canada. At
dwelling 243 were Joseph Snyder, farmer, 24 years old, born Canada, father born N.Y., mother born Canada: Wife Sophia
age 31 years born Ireland, father born England, and 3 children. Abram and his wife Jane, both born Upper Canada
{Ontario} {are listed in Davison Twp. Census as farmers: 1870 as “Schneider” and 1880 as “Snyder.} TSs Pine Grove
Cemetery, Davison Twp.: Abram Snyder born 1 Jan 1826, no death inscription; Jane born 23 May 1828, died 19 Dec.
1903. Flint Directory of 1903 lists Jane Sines, widow of Thomas, living at 10241 Lyon, residence of James O. & Matilda M.
Rising. 1870 Census of Davison list Benjamin Badgley age 40, farmer, and wife Eunice age 30 both born Canada with
t6wo children.
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Wolverine Citizens: Probate order 1 Aug. 1885; Christopher Snyder, 20 July 1885, Estate Value $200. Plus real estate of
$2,000. Petitioners: Catharine Snyder widow age about 78 of Davison, MI., Abram son age about 50, Jane Sines, daughter
age about 48, Christopher Snyder, son age about 47 of Flint, Eunice M. Badgley daughter age about 46 of Flint, Joseph
Snyder son age 39 of Davison, Wm. Henry Badgley Grandson age 19 of Freeland, Stephen Badgley Grandson age 15 of
Freeland, Elva Badgley age 12 of Freeland.
Received Statements: Jane Snyder $12.14, William Badgley of Caster, MI. $12.40 on 8 Apr 1886, Joseph Snyder $37.14,
Abraham Snyder $23.00, and $24.25 (as guardian for grandchildren) Benjamin V. Badgley 12 March 1886.
Statement: Catharine relinquished all claim to Christopher‟s estate and had the will carried out as if she were already
deceased. Filed 22 Sept 1885.
Flint Gene. Quarterly Vol 1.11 page 8: Probate order from the Wolverine Citizen; 15 Aug 1885, Chris Snyder $3.05, paid
8/29/1885.
Evergreen Cemetery: Snyder, Christopher (Possibly Christopher Adam S.) family records. From Canada: died before
1900, family record - Husband of Katherine (Badgley) Snyder.

Christopher Snyder: (Abram, Christopher)
Flint Polk Directory: 1876-1877, Christopher Snyder, laborer, residing E.S. Woodbridge near Mill.
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Flint Polk Directory: 1881-1882; Christopher Snyder,, laborer, residing McCreery between Railroad & River, 2 ward.
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Flint Polk Directory: 1885; Christopher Snyder,, laborer, residing, Avon between Railroad & River, 2 ward.
Genesee Co. Death Record: Snyder, Christopher died 16 Oct 1913, male, white, widowed, age 83 years, 7 months 6 days,
died City of Flint, MI. cause Chronic Bronchitis, born Canada, Laborer, father Abram Snyder, mother unknown.

David Snider:
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Sidney Directory 1868-1869: Snider, David yeoman, 6 con. Part lot 3, Frankford.

Surrogate Court Index on Ontario Can.: Snider, David of Sidney #1620, 1893.

David Snider:
Maternal Grandparents of Belle Ferguson Radford: David Snider married Rebecca Burr in late 1820‟s . 8 Children: Ella,
never married, Rebecca married John McNary (2 children) Wilfred & David: Sylvia married John Kemmich (3 children) Hugh,
Libby Carter & Ida Flewelling: Miranda married William McDonald (5 children) Marshall, William Jr., Jennie Bonisteel &
Nettie Thurtle; Eliza married David Hearns (3 children) Jesse & Gorrey Hearns & Minnie; Hiram married Eliza Ann Crulter (2
children) Jesse & William: Annie married George McDonald (4 children) Fred, Malcolm, Edith, Ferrise: Susan Gerusha
married George Nelson Ferguson (8 children).
Will of David Snider: My estate I give to my daughter Ella my homestead farm. My wife Elizabeth to remain on the farm
with all needs attended., to my daughter Silva the sum of $50.and another $50 in three years., to Hiram Executor
.
David Snider:
Sons and Daughters of American Loyalists: Snyder, William Jr., married Anne Bigford. List Elizabeth, married ____ Ault.
OC 1 Dec. 1831, David, bapt. 12 March 1792

David Snider:
1881 Census, Individual Record: family search.org: David Snider, born 1831, Ontario, age 50, farmer, married, Ethnic -
German, Head of Household, Methodist, Census Trafalgar, Halton, Ontario.

David Luther Snider: (Ernest)
Prince Edward Co. Ontario, Marriages: Snider, David Luther, 21 , Marysburgh, Marysburgh, son of Ernest & Jerusha
married 4 Jan 1860 Eliza Ann Hughes, 19, Marysburgh, daughter of James & Mary Ann.

Eleanor Snyder:
Genesee Co. Mi. Marriages: Robert Wilks age 29 - Eleanor Snyder age 18, both of Flint, Michigan, married 1 Jan 1853,
by R. W. Tenny J.P. , witnesses Abraham & Christopher Snyder of Flint.


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Ernest Snider:
Ernest Snider Prince Edward Co Ont. Posted by j jevne: Ernest Snider born July 13, 1788 to Tobias & Christine Snider of
Marysburgh Prince Edward Co. Ont., Married Derchney Ramous (Jerusha Raines) in Marysburgh July 15, 1815. Known
child Phoebe Snider born June 22, 1818. Possible other siblings Mary Ann and David Luther.

Ernest B. Snyder: (Joseph, Christopher, Abram)
Genesee Co. Mi. Death Record: 27 May 1902, Ernest B. Snyder, male, white, married, age 27 years 10 months 7 days, died
in Davison Twp, cause Tuberculosis of Larynx, born Michigan, Farmer, father Joseph Snyder mother Sophia Blackmore of
Davison
Evergreen Cemetery: Snyder, Ernest B., Father, July 20, 1874 - May 27, 1902. Son of Jos. & Sophia (Blackmore) Snyder.
(1) Husband of Edith Phelps, who married (2) George Pangborn. 1 daughter.

Florence M. Hearns: (Jesse, David)
Per Roy Robinson: Cemetery in Frankford, east of the river: look for Hearns and Snider burials, Frankford, Ontario, Canada.
In 1970 Miss Florence M. Hears (father was Gory Hears) Rural Rt. #3,. Frankford Ont. Canada. Eliza Snider was her
grandmother. Mary Hearn, widow of Jesse is still living in Bellville, Ontario. (Circa 1985)

Hannah Snider:
Ontario Marriage Bonds by Wilson: page 156, Hagerman, Edward & Hannah Snider, both of Ernestown; bondsmen
Abraham Snider & Hugh Milligan, both of Ernestown, 29 Dec. 1830 at Kingston

Henry Snyder:
Genforum.genealogy.com/snider: Henry Snyder (1778 - 1850), Mary Dean (1782 - 1864) Henry Snyder homesteaded
Lot 18 Concession VI in Gainsborough Township, close to his parents. Henry and Mary had eleven children, all born in St.
Ann‟s. (1) John Snyder married Lydia Triumphant (2) Margaret Snyder 1815 - 1896 married Ephraim Singer (3) Andrew
Snyder married Emily Triumphant (4) Jacob Snyder married Mary Zimmerman (5) Eli Snyder married Matilda Hemstreet (6)
Rachel Snyder married John Wardell (7) Leah Snyder married Jacob Rott (8) Barbara Snyder married Isaac Book (9)
Mary Snyder married Samuel Comfort (10) Elizabeth Snyder married William Martin.
Evergreen Cemetery: Snyder, Henry, died Feb. 20, 1875, aged 65 years 10 months 13 days, married (1) Julia A. --- (2) Mrs.
Martha J. Snyder of Clayton Twp.

Henry Snyder
Monroe Co. NY Epitaphs: Cemetery at Parma Center: Snyder, Henry died 5/14/1892 age 81, his wife Alvira C. died
11/21/1854 age 38.

Herman Snyder:
Index of Will Books: Book C 1881-1892: Snider, Herman to Sabra A. #352.

Jacob Snyder:
Indexes of Will Books: Book A 1847-1867: Snider, Jacob #75.

Jane Snyder:
1880 Mi. Soundex: Thomas Sines, white, male, age 76 born NY, residing Genesee Co., Grand Blanc Twp. Whigville, wife
Jane age 50 born Canada, son Lewis age 18 born Mi., daughter Lillie age 14 born Michigan, daughter Phebe age 10 born
Michigan.
Evergreen Cemetery: Sines, Jane (Snyder) No gravestone. Died Genesee Twp. July 19, 1918 aged 88 years 5 months 29
days. Born in Canada. Church rec., Daughter of Christopher & Katie (Badgley) Snyder: Children; Matilda married James
O. Rising; Louis married May Greenlee; Edgar married Amelia Davis; Amelia (buried in Mt. Morris) married (1) Squire
Wolcott (Evergreen cem.) (2) Joshua Harrington; Eliza married Ezra Thomas, buried Ludington; (2) Ambrose Thomas
buried Evergreen, his (2) wife; (3) Wm. Billsbrough; her (3) husband & his (2) wife, both buried in Evergreen: Phoebe,
alive 1934, married Herbert Hill, buried at Mt. Morris: Wm married Abbie Howard.


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Jefferson Snyder (Christopher of Flint, MI.)
Flint Polk Directory: 1881-1882; Jefferson Snyder, laborer, boarding with C. Snyder.
Flint Polk Directory: 1885; Jefferson Snyder, laborer, boarding with C. Snyder.

John Snider:
Sons and Daughters of American Loyalists: Snider, John of Ernestown (Schneider) See OC 9 April 1831, OC 7 July
1831, married Elizabeth, daughter of Nicholas Amey, U.E. . Under the name of John Snider are the following: Isaac of
Ernestown (lunatic) OC 22 Feb 1810. Nicholas of Ernestown married Susannah Fryrmouth, 28 April 1817 OC 25
Feb1812. Abraham of Ernestown OC 26 March 1817. Simon of Ernestown OC 27 Feb 1818. Sarah married Zebe
Babcock of Ernestown, 18 Oct 1818, OC 27 Feb. 1818; OC 4 Sept 1834. John of Ernestown OC 5 Feb 1823. Edward of
Ernestown OC 25 Aug 1838. George of Ernestown OC 16 April 1840, OC 21 March 1833. William of Ernestown, OC 11
Feb 1836. Peter of Ernestown. OC 11 July 1833. Susannah born 24 March 1808 married David Hartman of Ernestown,
OC 25 Jan 1834. Mary married Daniel Wood of Loughborough OC 30 May 1834. Rebecca born 6 August 1810 married
George Hartman of Camden East, OC 5 Feb. 1835.

Jonathan A, Snyder
Monroe Co. NY Epitaphs: Cemetery at Parma Center: Snyder, Jonathan A. died 7/15/1865 age 60, his wife Nancy died
9/28/1844 age 44.Henry died 5/14/1892 age 81, his wife Alvira C. died 11/21/1854 age 38.

Joseph Snyder: (Christopher, Abram)
1880 MI. Census, Genesee Co., Davison Twp.: Joseph S. Snyder age 34 Farmer, born Canada, father born New York,
mother born Canada, wife Sophia F. age 31 keeping house, born Ireland, father born England mother born unknown,
daughter Mary A. age 9 born MI. attending school, son Ernest age 6 born MI., daughter Flora age 3 born MI.
Flint Polk Directory: 1881-1882; Joseph Snyder, laborer, boarding with C. Snyder.
Flint Directory 1885: Joseph Snyder, section 30, 21 acres, 550, Davison
Flint Directory 1888/89: Joseph Snyder, farmer, 29, 61, #2750, Davison
Flint Directory 1892/93: Joseph Snyder, farmer, 29, 34, 100 acres, $2870., Davison, Davison Station.
Genesee Co. MI. Deaths: Joseph Snyder died 13 July 1894, male, with, married, age
51 years 6 months 16 days. Died Davison, MI. cause Appendicitis, born Canada, father Christopher Snyder, mother
Catherine (Badgley) Snyder.
Evergreen Cemetery: Snyder, Joseph, Father. Dec. 27, 1845 - July 13, 1897. (Born in Canada: Died in Davison,
Genesee Co.; aged 51 years 6 months 16 days; Church record son of Christopher & Katherine Snyder (possibly Christopher
Adam Snyder) (Katie Badgley Snyder), Husband of Sophia Blackmore Snyder. (Daughter of Walter & Mary N. Blackmore).

Mary Ann Snyder: (Abraham)
Newspaper Obit: Stewart, Mary Ann 6024 State Rd., Goodrich, age 86, died Monday, Feb. 26, 1945, at the home of
daughter, Mrs. Effie Class. Goodrich Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 1, 1945 from the Community Church,
Goodrich, Rec. C. H. Woods, Davison, officiating. Burial in Goodrich Cemetery. She was born in Belleville, Ont., August
8, 1858, the daughter of Abraham and Jane Snyder, and came to the United States at the age of 5 years. Surviving are: 2
daughters, Mrs. Effie Class and Sarah Withey of Goodrich: 2 sons, Alex Rayner of Flint and Glenn Rayner of Davison; 27
grandchildren; 51 great-grandchildren; 4 great great grandchildren.
Newspaper Obit: Charles Rayner, Goodrich, Michigan age 57 died Sunday May 30, 1943, at the Goodrich General
Hospital. Burial in Goodrich Cemetery. Surviving are: wife, Harriett; 2 sons, Freeman and Ross of Goodrich; daughter,
Mrs. George King of Beaverton, mother, Mrs. Mary Stewart of Goodrich: 5 grandchildren; 2 brothers, Alex of Flint, and Glen
of Richfield: sisters, Mrs. Effie Class and Mrs. Sarah Withey both of Goodrich.

Mary Ann Snyder:
Genforum.genealogy.com/snider: Posting: William is my Mary Ann‟s brother. Mary Ann born 1816, married Robert
William Wright 1834, daughter Jerusha from which we descend. By Carole Mitchell

Mattie Snyder: (Joseph, Christopher, Abram)
Evergreen Cemetery: Snyder, Mattie A., Aug. 19, 1870 - Jan. 28, 1884, Daughter of Jos. & Sophia Snyder.
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Michael Snider:
Any Snider descendants in Canada posted by Barry Snider: Michael Snider and Catherine Ann Russel, who came to
Canada from the USA about 1800. Their known children were David Snider, John Snyder, Frederick George Snyder,
Catherine Snider, Elizabeth Snider, and Savilla Snider. Connected lines are Marlatt, Hunter, and Shaw in the first
generation.

Miranda J. Snider: (David)
Hasting Co. Ontario Marriages: McDonald, Wm. A. age 24, Sidney, Sidney, son of Archy and Ann married on 24 Apr. 1864
Miranda J. Snider, Sidney, Prince Edward, daughter of David and Elizabeth Snider.

Paul Snyder:
Clarkson, Monroe Co. NY Cemetery at Garland & Ridge Rd.: Snyder, Paul died 8/2/1870 age 68. Susan his wife died
1/31/1874 age 64.

Rebecca Snyder: (David)
Hastings Co. Ontario, Marriages: McNeary, James age 22 of Murray, Schora Co. N.Y. son of Seely and Caroline married on
21 Aug. 1864 Rebecca Snider age 28 of Sidney, Ameliasburgh daughter of David and Elizabeth.

Richard Snyder:
1851 Census Hastings Co. Thurlow Twp. Richard Snider, Shoemaker, Wes. Meth. Born Can. Age 46, wife Lucretia age 46,
Jermina age 22, Smith age 21, Jane age 19, Vincent age 17, Austin age 15, Elizabeth age 11, live in a frame house of 1 ½
stories.
1861 Census Hastings Co. Thurlow Twp. Richard Snider, farmer, br. Can.W., Methodist age 55, ? Lutetua wife, age 55,
Minerva, young woman age 28, James V, laborer, age 27, Austin laborer age 24, Elizabeth, young woman age 20.
Source unknown: Richard Snider died 27 July 1881 age 85.
Indexes of Will Books: Book D 1892-1898: Snider, Richard to Austin #771, to Ann Defoe #781, to Jane McMullen #781, to
Ella Elizabeth #804.

Smith Snyder:
1861 Census Hastings Co. Thurlow Twp. Smith Snider, laborer, br. Can.W., Methodist age 30, wife Jane born Canada
W. age 28, George age 5, Edgar age 2.

Sophia Snyder:
Genesee Co. Death Records: 28 April 1899, Snyder, Sophia Emily, age 51 years 18 days, Cancer of the throat born
England, farmer, father Wally Blackmore of England mother unknown.
Evergreen Cemetery: Snyder, Sophia (Blackmore) Mother. April 11, 1848 - April 28, 1899. Daughter of Walter & (1 wife)
Mary N. Blackmore. „His Wife‟ (Jos. Snyder). Children; Alva & Mattie A. died young; Florence E. married Red H. Thomas;
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Ernest B. married Edith Phelps, who married (2 ) George Pangborn.

Susan Gerusha Snider: (David)
Compiled by Ruth Radford: Susan Snider married George Ferguson, at Frankford, Ont. Canada on 9 Feb. 1868. She was
born 22 Oct. 1851 or 1852 and died 1918 or 1917, buried at G.Rl. Kinney Cemetery on 13 Dec. 1917. Eight children: Mary
Elizabeth (Mayte, Mrs. Tom McInners). Frederick Lee, Maude Hattie (Mrs. Roy Robinson)?. Franklin George, Carl Marvin,
Janes Zoe, (Nettie, Mrs. Guy Sischo) Earl LeRoy, Belle Alice (Mrs. Charley Radford). Parents, David Snider and Rebecca
Burr. Sisters Ella (never married), Sylvia (Mrs. John Kernmich), Miranda ( Mrs. Wm. McDonald), Eliza (Mrs. Davis Hears)
Hiram, Anne (Mrs. Geo. McDonald).
Maternal Grandparents of Belle Ferguson Radford: Susan G. Snider was born in 1852 at Frankford, Ontario, Canada &
George Nelson Ferguson who was born April 14, 1850 at Rochester, New York were married at Frankford, Ontario February
9, 1868. Susan died at North Road, St. Clair Co. MI., December 13, 1917. She had yellow jaundice. Last resting at Kinney
Cemetery on Vincent Road in Clyde Township, St. Clair County, MI.


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                              SUTPHEN FAMILY Notes (including some Schanck family)

The search in my Sutphen genealogy is halted without any sold proof that William Sutphen and Ann Johnson or
William Sutphen and Ann Bodine are the parents of my William. Ellen Sutphen Schanck and Elva Hosner are
sisters to William and they are the daughters of a William and Anne Sutphen. Here again there is no written
proof of the sibling relation.


                                        From New Jersey to New York to Michigan:
                                  Taken from “The Sutphen Family” by Van Tassel Sutphen.
         Two sons of Derick Sutfin [Dirck, Guisbert], born circa 1750-1760 were William and Derick. William is listed in
Argyle township, Washington Co. NY in 1790 census, having four persons in his family. His brother Derick also listed there
in 1790, having nine persons in his family.
         John Sutphen (Sutfin) [Dirck, Guisbert, Guisbert] of Cherry Valley, Otsego Co., N.Y. born Aug. 18, 1752,was
hotelkeeper at the Larger Cross Roads during the Revolutionary War. John had a son William Phoenix Sutphen who
resided in New York State. He is probably the same William mentioned in Guisbert‟s Will, mentioning a bond he holds
“against William Sutphen, of the State of New York.” John Sutphen [Dirck, Guisbert, Guisbert] of Cherry Valley, Otsego Co.
N.Y., b. Aug 18, 1752; m. Sept 16, 1770, Sara Phoenix, (dau. Of John Phoenix).
         A David Sutphen [Dirck, Jacob, Derick] married Elizabeth R. ____. In 1782 they joined the Tennent Church and in
1831 they removed to Phelps, NY (which is about eight miles south of Lyons, NY).
         Miss Mary J. Voorhees, grand-daughter of Joseph [Dirck, Jacob, Jacob, John], stated in a letter of Feb., 1811, that
“one brother of Joseph was sent to New York State to settle some property belonging to them and was never again heard
from.” About 1910 an old lady of over 80 years old said when she was a girl of twelve, her parents lived in Hancock Co.,
N.Y., and had a neighboring family of John Sutphin. This John she thought, might have been the missing son of Joseph
Sutphen.
         Peter [Dirck, Guisbert, Peter] born Dec. 19, 1770. His parents were dec‟d and he was raised with his sister Eleanor,
by his maternal grandmother, Rebecca Van Der Veer. In 1795, Peter removed from Somerset Co., N.Y to Cherry Valley NY.,
where his mother preceded him there. In 1806 he removed to Springfield NY. There he united with the Scotch
Presbyterian Church.. He lived in Springfield, N.Y. Peter died July 9, 1851. He had married Sept. 5, 1790 Catherine Ten
Eyck.
         Peter; [Dirck, Guisbert, Peter, Peter, Peter], of Sweden N.Y. born at North Branch, N. J., Apr. 20, 1791; died at
Sweden, N.Y., Nov. 1, 1865. He married, Nov. 30, 1814, Martha MacKinnon, who was born in New York City, Dec. 14,
1789 and died Nov. 11, 1865. He served in the War of 1812 at Sackett‟s Harbor in 1813. In 1817 he removed from his
father‟s home in Springfield, N.Y. For many years, until his death, he was an elder of the Sweden Center Presbyterian
Church.
         Jacob [Dirck, Guisbert, Peter, Peter, Peter], of Sweden N.Y. born June 2, 1801; died Jan 10, 1883. He married
Fanny Ferguson.
         Eleanor Sutphen [Dirck, Abraham, Derick, Abraham], married William (or John) Nevisen. They lived near
Rochester, N.Y.
         Dirck Sutphen [Dirck, Jacob, Derick, John] of near Cranbury, NJ. Bap. March 22, 1796; died 1880. He married
Margaret Morris. In 1825 the family went to Ontario, N.Y.
         Joseph [Dirck, Guisbert, Peter, Peter, Peter], of Sweden, N.Y., born Nov. 9, 1802; died May 6, 1883. He married
Elizabeth Showdler.
         James Garretson [ Dirck, Guisbert, John, John, Ralph Terhune], of Holland, Michigan, Professor in Hope College,
born 1854. He married July 29, 1896, Martha Watson.
         Ten Eyck Sutphen, [Dirck, Guisbert, Peter, Peter, Peter, Peter], of Brooklyn, N.Y., born at Springfield N.Y. June 30,
1816; died Feb. 1900. He married Dec. 16, 1840, Harriet White, who was born at Madison N.Y.. Mr. Sutphen removed
from Sweden N.Y. to New York City and engaged in mercantile business, being at different times senior partner of several
important firms.


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Aaron Sutphen 1830      Lewis Co.      Leyden
Arthur Sutfin           1820 Ontario Co.       Milo
Arthur Sutphin 1830     Yates Co.      Milo
Benjamin Sutphin        1830 Queens Co, Jamaica
Corionce Sutphin        1810 Queens Co.
Cyroner Sutphen         1820 Queens Co.        ND twp L.
David Sutphen 1830      Tioga. Co.     Newark
Derrick Sutfin Jr.      1830 Ontario Co.       Gorham
Dick Sutfin             1810 Saratoga Co.
Eugene Sutphin 1830     Queens Co.     Jamaica
G. Sutphin              1810 Queens Co.
Gilbert Sutphin 1800    Otsego Co.
Gilbert Sutfin          1820 Ontario Co.       Jerusalem
Gilbert Sutfin          1830 Yates Co.         Jerusalem
J. P. Sutphen 1810      Otsego Co.
J. P. Sutfin            1830 Erie Co.          Erie
Jacob Sutfin            1810 Saratoga
Jacob Sutphen 1810      Schoharie
James Sutfin            1820 Ontario Co.       Milo
James Sutfin Jr. 1820   Ontario Co.    Milo
James Sutphin 1830      Yates Co.      Benton
John Sutfin             1810 Montgomery Co.
John Sutphin            1830 Queens Co. Jamaica
John Sutfin             1800 Washington Co.
John Sutphen 1810       Washington Co.
John Sutfin             1820 Ontario Co.       Milo
John Sutfin             1830 Ontario Co.       Gorham
John Sutfin             1820 Ontario Co.       Lyons
                                                  nd
John Sutphen 1830       New. Co.       N.Y. City 2 ward
John L. Sutphen         1830 Cayuga. Co.       Semproni
John Sutphin            1800 Otsego Co.
John Sutphen 1820       Otsego Co.     Cherry Valley
John P. Sutphin 1830    Otsego Co      Cherry Valley
Lewis D. Sutphen        1830 Cayuga. Co.       Scipo.
Matthew Sutphen         1820 Otsego Co.        Cherry Valley
Peter Sutphin 1800      Otsego Co.
Peter Sutpher 1810      Seneca Co.
Richard Sutfin 1820     Ontario Co.    Milo
Richard Sutfin 1830     Wayne Co.      Ontario
Richard Sutfin 1820     Tompkins Co. Hector
William Sutfin 1830     Clinton Co.    Plattsburg
William Sutfire 1830    Wayne Co.      Arcadia
William Sutfin 1810     Saratoga Co
William D. Sutfin       1820 Saratoga Co. Northumb


Aaron Sutphen:
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files; NJ line, S1117, soldier was born in 1761 in Monmouth Co. NJ & always lived there &
he applied there 31 July 1832.

Aaron Sutphen:
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Tree Talks: Vol 7; 2 June 1967; Lewis Co NY, 1830 Leydon Census, Sutphen, Aaron.
1855 Census Lewis Co. Leyden, N.Y. #188, frame house worth $1,000.00, Aaron Sutphin age 56 born Oneida Co., NY, wife
Lydia age 49 born Lewis Co, son Isaac age 29, farmer, Clestia age 18.

Aaron Sutvan:
Index of 1830 Census, Monroe Co. NY; Town of Clarkson: Sutvan, Aaron, page 271.
Note: Nearby households: David Schank & William Sutphen.

Aaron B. Sutfin: (John)
Jackson Co. MI.: page 956; Aaron B. Sutfin was born in Yates Co. NY in 1823 and was a son of John & Polly (Baird) Sutfin,
the former a native of Penns. & the latter of N.J., They were the parents of 12 children, who were remarkable for their large
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size and great strength. They came to this state in 1834, where Mrs. Polly Sutfin died at age 93. Aaron B. was 1 married
in 18--, to Sarah E. Lewis daughter of John & Phoebe Lewis of this county, who died in 1850. Their children were Christina
& Agnes, both deceased. In 18-- Mr. Sutfin married Adeline Lewis a sister of his former wife & they had 1 child, Phoebe,
now Mrs. Charles Price. Mrs. Sutfin died in 1854 & in 1862 Mr. Sutfin married his present wife, Mrs. M. A. Sutfin, daughter
of Ariel & Mary Ann (Rathbon) Cornwell, the former a native of Cayuga Co. NY & the latter of Preston (Iowa. Mr. Cornwell
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came to this state in 1836 & voted the 1 Abolition ticket. Mrs. Sutfin born 30 August 1837. She had considerable literary
talent & contributed many poems & sketches to the local papers, which have been favorably received.        Her two
daughters, Belle B. & Mattie A. received their education at the Union school at Hanover under the instruction of Prof. Perry
& Haskins. The eldest daughter was graduated at that school in June 1881. Guy C. is Mrs. Sutfin‟s only son. Mr. Sutfin
now owns 252 acres of land, 160 of which is in this county.
1850 Census, MI., Jackson Co. Liberty twp. Aaron Sutphen age 26, male, Farmer, worth $700, born New York, wife Sarah
age 25, daughter Agnes age 2 born MI., and Melvin Shaw age 8 born NY.
1860 Soundex, Jackson MI., Aaron Sutfin age 56, wife Marritta 42, daughter Belle 17, Mary A. 15, Gary 8/ Liberty Twp.
Jackson Co. MI. Death Record; Aaron B. Sutfin, died 10 Jan. 1890, male, white, married, age 66 years 6 months 22 days,
died in Liberty twp., born New York, Farmer.

Abraham Sutphin: (Derick)
Roots Web: The Chandler/Case Family Tree: Abraham Sutphin, born 1745 Monmouth Co., NJ., died 1827 Freehold,
Monmouth Co., NJ. Baptism, 9 June 1745 Freehold - Middletown Dutch Church: Honor Roll Military Veteran: Abraham
Sutphen (1745 - 1827) son of Derick Sutphen (1719 - 1794) and Maria Longstreet born abt. 1722. U.S. Army,
Revolutionary War. Married (1) Deborah Nichols about 1745, married (2) unknown.
Children all born in Monmouth Co., NJ. (1) Elizabeth born 1 Oct 1781; (2) Archibald born 11 May 1788 (3) John born 28 Sept
1794 (4) Sarah born 17 Aug 1796 (5) William born abt. 1790 (6) Aaron born abt. 1790 (7) Catherine born abt. 1790; (8)
Eleanor born abt. 1790 (9) Lydia born abt. 1790; (10) Hanna born abt 1790 (11) Mary born abt. 1790 (12) Joseph born abt.
1790.
Monmouth Co. NJ. Wills Abraham Sutphen list sons: Archibald, Aaron, William, Joseph and John; Daughters: Elizabeth
Antonidas, Mary Johnson, Catherine Conover, Lydia Heaveland, Hannah Van Doren, Eleanor Niveson, and Sarah Potter.
Abraham Sutphen Inventory: March 30, 1838: Monmouth, Freehold, Book M of Inventories: Wearing apparel $1.00, 1 Loom
quill and t__ples $1.00, 1 doz spools $.12, 1 war_ing bars $.50, 2 desks $2.00; note Archibald Sutphen $1100., note to
Aaron Sutphen & Wm. R. Trotter $8.50, sealed bill, Jacob Autonides $41.64, note William Sutphen $40.00. Total $1194.76.

Adaline Sutphen:
Macomb Co Death Records: Adaline Sutphen died 10 April 1895, female, white, married, age 72 years 1 month 28 days,
died in Addison twp, cause Kidney trouble, born NY, parents Thomas & Elizabeth Baker.

Adelia H. Sutphen:
Death Record: 25 Dec. 1914, Adelia H. Sutphen , female, white, single, age 65 years, died in Oxford, MI., cause General
psoriasis, born MI. parents John Sutphen & Adaline Cusis.

Agnes E. Sutfin: (Aaron)


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Jackson Co. MI. Death Records: Agnes E. Sutfin died 18 Nov/ 1872, female, white, single, age 23 years 6 months 9 days,
died Liberty twp., Spinal Complaint, born MI., parents Aaron & Sarah E. Sutphen of Liberty, MI.

Albert Sutphen:
1860 Index Census, Lapeer Co. MI. Sutphen, Albert: Dryden, Lapeer Co. MI. #165
1870 Census, MI. Lapeer Co., Almont twp: Albert Sutphen age 21, laborer, born MI., living with Simon Horenshelts.

Amanda Sutfin:
Jackson Co. MI. Death Records: Amanda Sutfin died 18 April 1889, female, white, married age 30 years, 11 months 18
days, Liberty two. Cause child birth fever, born Maryland.

Amos E Sutphin:
1850 Census, Hillsdale Co., Adams twp.; Amos E. Sutphin, age 27, Farmer, worth $250, born New York, wife Margaret.

Arza Sutphen: (Joseph)
Lapeer Co., MI. Marriage Records: 7 Dec. 1904 Goodland twp. Arza Sutphen age 34 of Burnside twp, born Michigan,
farmer, father Joseph Sutphen, mother Sarah Davis, Arza married once before, witnesses J. E. Sutphen, married ? Elndeer
Taylor age 26 of Goodland, father Geo. Taylor mother Sophia Neff.

Augusta Sutfin:
1860 Census, MI., Hillsdale Co.: Sutfin, Augusta age 14, Somerset twp, residing with Polly Sutfin age 70.

Aurelia Sutphin:
IGI, New York: Aurelia Sutphin, female, christened 7 July 1805, Saratoga Schuylerville Saratoga Reformed Dutch
Protestant Church, parents William Sutphin and Ann Wickham.

B.B. Sutphin:
Source Unknown: N. Y. State Veteran; 1 May 1886, B.B. Sutphin, 22 Cal. A Company, Allegan Co.

Barbara Jean Sutphin:
The Flint Journal Obit: Lapeer; Sutphin, Barbara Jean age 54, died Saturday July 3, 1993 at Flint Osteopathic Hospital.
She was born on December 11, 1938. Funeral Services for Mrs. Sutphin will be at the Baird-Newton Funeral Home in
Lapeer, burial in Dawn Memorial Cemetery in Elba.

Benjamin B. Sutphin: (Peter, John, William, Jacob, Dirck)
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: ) Benjamin B. born circa 1839; removed to MI. and settled in Allegan Co., died
1920 and buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Allegan MI., He was a veteran of the Civil War having served in the Union Army.
He married (1) 13 Oct. 1869 Lois E. Askins, (2) Charlotte ___. Allegan records show that Benjamin served as a fireman with
the Hook and Ladder Co. In 1880, the U.S. Census records his occupation as “produce buyer”.

Carrie Sutfin:
Lenawee Co, MI. Atlas: 1892 Land Owners; Sutfin, Carrie, P.O. Munson, Section 4 FR. Acres - 40, Medina.

Charles Sutfin:
Jackson Co. MI. Death Record: Charles Sutfin, died 9 March 1889, male, white, married, age 66 years 3 months 10 days,
Jackson, MI., born New York, parents John Sutphen & Polly Beardsley.

Chelsea Sutphen:
Oak Hill Cemetery, Holly Twp., MI.: Sutphen, Chelsea H. age 3 years 1 day, died 26 Aug. 1862, daughter of J.W. & S. A.
Sutphen.

Clara A. Sutphin: (William)
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A.Brandes Records: Clara A. Sutphin (1) Swain, (2)Blychert, (3) Brundage, died in Lapeer circa 1950. Grandma Badgley
said she was a well dressed, very healthy and very proud lady and in the presence of gentlemen friends did not preferred to
be referred to as Grandma.

Cornelia S. Sutphen: (Peter)
History of Monroe County, New York: page 164; Chauncey S. White was married in Sweden NY on October 5, 1837, to a
daughter of Elder Peter Sutphen. Cornelia S. Sutphen was an estimable lady of the most exalted Christian character, she
has long been a zealous member of the Presbyterian church, and an aid and counsel to her husband in every good work.
Blessed with large means, and without children, they have had greater opportunities for aiding their fellow-beings, in helping
those in need, in acts of charity and advancing the interests of their church, which have been performed in no stinted
manner.

David Sutfin
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files: Sutfin, David, NJ Line, S4519, sol was born in 1760 in Monmouth Co. NJ & lived there
at enlistment & he lived there until 1831 then moved to Ontario Co NY where he applied 5 July 1832 & on 24 Oct 1834
soldier had returned to Monmouth Co NJ.

David Vanderveer Schanck: (Husband of Ellen Sutphen)
Index of 1830 Census, Monroe Co. NY; Town of Clarkson: Schenck, David page 271.
Third household listed above David is William Sutvan, and the household following David is Aaron Sutvan.
Old Family Record dated Sept. 6, 1860: David V. Schanck born Dec. 1, 1798, NJ Died Jan 21, 1866, Married Ellen Sutphen
May 12, 1824 at Lyons, Wayne Co. N.Y. Ellen was born Oct. 6, 1807 N.J. and died Nov. 17, 1876. Children: Jane born
Feb. 14, 1826 Wayne Co. N.Y., married Feb. 5, 1845 at Rochester, Mich.: Mary born March 30, 1828, Monroe Co., N.Y.,
died Oct. 10, 1829 Monroe Co, N.Y., John born Jan. 9, 1830 Monroe Co. N.Y., died March 10, 1899 Lapeer Co. Mich.;
Martha born Sept 6, 1831 Monroe Co., NY., married Macomb Co., Mich.,; Elisabeth born June 17, 1833 Monroe Co., NY.;
William H. born June 2, 1835 Washtenaw Co., Mich.; George Schanck born Feb. 10, 1838 Washtenaw Co., Mich.; Ally
Marie born March 3, 1839 Washtenaw Co., Mich.; Sarah A. born Sept 14, 1847 Washtenaw Co., Mich.; Charles born
August 7, 1843 Macomb Co., Mich.; Lydia D. born May 22, 1845 Macomb Co., Mich.
Pioneer Families & History of Lapeer Co., MI.: page 84; David V. Schanck married Ellen Sutphen, formerly of NJ, the date
unknown. They came in 1834 to Manchester twp, Washtenaw Co, MI., then in 1842 to Bruce twp. Macomb Co, eventually
to Dryden twp and the Whigville area.
Schenck Heraldry, August 1916. David Schanck, the great great grandfather of A. J. Schanck, came from New Jersey to
Michigan between 1833 and 1835. For some unknown reason the name in Michigan has always been spelled wrong,
S-c-h-a-n-c-k instead of S-c-e-n-c-k. The latter way is correct. As time passed by, the going home at Christmas time,
started a reunion among the ten children, which continued on that date from 1874 to 1901, with only one exception, that of
Christmas, 1881, on account of inclement weather and bad roads, no reunion was held. In 1902 the family had outgrown
the average size home and it was decided to hold the reunions in August. In 1904, no reunion was held on account of a
recent death in the family whose turn it was to entertain. August, 1906, was the last meeting held among the brothers and
sisters, on account of so few of them left and their advanced ages. In 1907, the next generation took up the custom and
met with Eliza Groves Haines, Leonard, MI. 1908 with Arthur Schanck, South West Dryden, Mich.; 1909 with George
Schanck, Hadley, Mich.; 1910 with Effie Groves Kendrick, Flint, Mich.: 1911 no reunion was held, 1912 with Roscoe Groves,
Davison, Mich.; 1913 with Retta Hosner Kintz, Sout West Dryden, Mich.; 1914 with Ada Groves Hawley, Richfield, Mich. :
1915 with Edd Groves Hawley, Richfield, Mich.; 1916 with Cora Schank Gaunt, Vassar, Mich.
Only three of the ten brothers and sisters are left. Evidently the family did not believe in race suicide, however there is only
one male child in the last generation bearing the Schanck name and only one in the previous one, a possible chance of the
name becoming extinct in this branch of the family. At present date the family number 107.
DAR Cemetery Listing: David Schanck 1799-1867 Bruce Church Cemetery on Fisher Road.
From Schanck Reunion Book: belonging to Gail Schanck; Jane born 1826 married Allen Hosner: John born 1830 married
Kathryn Wilbur: Martha born 1831 married Archibald Groves: Elizabeth born 1833 married Walter Barrows: Henry born 1835
married Euphama Cheney: George born 1838 married Abbie Sutherland: Mariah born 1839 married Daniel Curtis: Sarah
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born 1841 married John J. Castle: Lydia born 1845 married 1 Hiram Wood 2 Richard Smith.


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Deberough Sutphon:
1850 Census, MI., Macomb Co, Bruce twp. Deberough Sutphon age 18, female, born unknown.

Dirck Jansen Van Sutphen:
Source unknown: Dirck Jansen Van Sutphen was the emigrant ancestor, coming to New Netherlands. In 1680 he married
Elizabeth Van Nuys, daughter of Aucke Jansen Van Nuys. Children: Hendrickje, bapt. 18 Dec. 1681 at New Utrecht Long
Island, married (1) Peter Tiercke (son of Thomas, from Holland 1652), married (2) Benj. Van Cleef, moved to Monmouth
County, New Jersey.
Somerset Co. Quarterlies: Vol 6, page 40, Sutphen, Dirck Janse (VanZutphen) came from Holland in 1651 to New
Amsterdam, settling later at Flatbush and New Utrecht Long Island, died 1707, married Elizabeth Jacobsen. Sons were,
Jacobus, Jan, Dirck, Guiesbert, Abraham, & Isaac, who settled in Monmouth Co. New Jersey. Most of the Somerset
Sutphens descend from Guisbert, while the Sutphen of Hunterdon and Warren descend from Jacob.

Douglas Sutfin:
1850 Census Index: Thompkins Co. Dryden; Douglass Sutfin age 32 Laborer, Aldela age 28, Lydia J. age 7, George age 5,
John age 2, and Alice 1/12.
1860 Census Index: Thompkins Co. NY.; Sutfin, Douglas #684. Also, James Sutfin #630, and Mary #660.

Edna Sutphen:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Records; Edna Sutphen & Earl Wilton on 29 July 1930.

Elcey M. Sutphen:
Lapeer Co. MI. Death Records: 5 Oct 1897, Elcey M. Sutphen, female, white, widow, age 79 years 5 months 16 days, died
in Almont, cause Paralysis, born New York, father William Keeth, mother Esther Murray.
Whigville Cemetery, Sec. 29, Dryden Twp. Lapeer Co., MI.: Sutphen, Elcey M. 1818-1897.

Electra Sutphin-Foote:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin- Foote, Electra age 24 died 7/19/1861 (B.R.I., 69).

Eleanor Sutfin:
IGI, New York: Eleanor Sutfin, female, father John Sutfin, Christened on 30 Aug 1799 Saratoga.

Eleanore Sutphin:
1850 Census, MI. Lenawee Co, Tecumseh: Eleanore Sutphin age 14, female, Laborer, born New Jersey, living in home of
Isaiah Benton and wife Martha and 3 children. Isaiah is Congregational Clergyman worth $2,200.

Elia Sutvan:
Mary Smith Hamlin NY Historian: Hugh Hosner son of Hugh and Hannah Hosner, married Elia Sutvan. Hugh had a brother
Orville Burroughs Hosner born 4 July 1835/36. Hugh Sr. died circa 1835/40, Nicholas died 1820/30. They may be buried in
W. Sweden Road Cemetery, north of the town. Of W. Sweden.
Album of Midland co. MI.: Orville B. Hosner born July 4, 1836 Monroe Co. NY, son of Hugh & Eliz (Sutfan) Hosner. Hugh
died in Thornville Jan 29, 1881. Came to Oakland Co. in 1839 for 10 years, and lived 4 ½ miles west of Romeo, then
moved 2 ½ miles north of Romeo

Elias Sutphin:
1850 Census, MI. Washtenaw Co., Manchester: Eli__ Sutphen age 47 born New Jersey, living with Elias Derby, male age
50 born NY, Helen age 14 born NY, Elizabeth age 12 Theodore age 10. (unknown if children are Sutphen or Derby)

Elias Sutfin:
1850 Census, MI., Macomb Co Lenox twp. Elias Sutfin age 51, farmer, worth $1000. Born New Jersey wife Margaret age 48
born New York, James age 22 Carpenter worth $200 born New York, Sarah A. Briggs age 20 female born New York, Mary


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J. Sutphin age 16 born New York, Harriet Sutphin age 10 born MI., Spencer Briggs age 22 Farmer born New York, Elijah
Sutfin age 8 born MI., and Elias Sutfin age 7 born MI.
William Sutfin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: Elias Sutphin born Middlesex Co. N.J. 4 March 1798: died Lenox, Macomb Co. MI.
on 6 June 1874. He went to New York state with his parents and later married Margaret Lemmon. Between 1834 and
1840 he moved to MI. and settled near New Haven in Lenox twp. Macomb Co. Elias was a farmer and in 1850 his land was
valued at $1000. During the years 1851 and 1855, he served two terms as a Justice of the Peace in Lenox Twp.; Children
(1) James born Sept 1827 (2) Sarah Ann born Lyons, NY circa 1830 married Spencer Briggs. They later moved to Kent
Co. MI. (3) Mary Jane born Lyons, NY circa 1834, moved with parents to MI. and married Calvin Pease (4) Harriet born circa
1840 married Richard Trevidick. Moved to Saginaw, MI. (5) Elijah born circa 1841, died 1866 Macomb Co MI. married 20
Dec. 1865 Mary J. Gibson (6) Elias born 1843 (7) Elizabeth born probably in Macomb Co. MI.
Macomb Co. Death Record: Elias Sutphin, died 6 June 1874, male, white, widower, age 76 years 3 months 2 days, died in
Lenox, cause Old Age, born NJ., Farmer, father John Sutphin of New Jersey.

Elijah Sutphen:
Macomb Co. Cemetery Records: Sutphin, Elijah, born 1841, died 1866.

Elijah Sutfin:
Past & Present of Macomb Co.: page 660 Town Clerks, Lenox twp. Elijah Sutfin 1866.

Eliza J. Sutphen:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Records: Eliza J. Sutphen & Thomas N. Trumper, 27 Dec. 1857

Elizabeth Sutphen:
Family History Capers: Vol 8 #3 page 62: State of MI. 1845 census, for Bridgewater Twp., Washtenaw Co., Sutphen,
Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Sutphin:
Gerry Sutphin Harris: Elizabeth Sutphin married Samuel C. Farr on November 10, 1858.

Elizabeth (Shoulder) Sutphin:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, Elizabeth age 88 died 1/24/1890 (B.R.I.,95) wife of Joseph.

Ella Sutphen:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriages: 8 Dec. 1903, Frank S. Brooks age 22 married Ella M. Sutphen age 23 of Ortonville, born
Dryden, at home of parents Oscar & Ella Sutphen, Franklin Bradley pastor, witnesses T. S. & Marie Brooks of Branden.

Ella Sutphen: (William)
Oakland Co. Marriage Index; Ella M. Sutphen married Oscar A. Sutphen on 15 Sept. 1877, book 1 page 208.
1880 census MI., Lapeer co., Dryden: Sutfin, Oscar, white, male, age 33, farm laborer, born MI., wife Ella age 21, keeping
house, born MI., son Jessie.
Whigville Cemetery: Davison Lake Rd., Sutphen, Oscar A., father 1845 - 1931, Ellen M. mother 1859 - , Jesse W. son 1878
- 1933, Hugh C. son 1882 - 1902.

Ella M. Sutphen:
Oakland Co. Marriage Index; Ella M. Sutphen married Frank S. Brooks 9 Nov 1903, Book 4 page 24.

Ellen Sutphen: And Schanck Children:
1830 Census, NY. Monroe Co., Clarkson twp.: page 271, David Schanck: Males 1 under age 5, two between ages 20-30,
females 1 under age 5, 1 between 20-30.
Source Unknown: David & Ellen (Sutphen) Schanck married in Lyons NY on 19 May 1824; some children born in
Washtenaw Co. MI, son born in Lyons and adjacent county in New York.


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Portrait and Biographical Record: page 504: John Schanck, was a prominent and successful farmer, whose property is
situated on section 29, Dryden Twp. Lapeer Co., was born in Clarkson Twp. Monroe, Co. N.YU. Jan. 9, 1830. His father,
David Schanck, was a native of New Jersey, where he followed farming, and was married to Ellen Sutphen, a native of same
State as himself. Shortly after their marriage, they removed to New York, and sometime in the „20‟s located on a farm in
Clarkson Twp., where they remained until they came to Michigan in 1834. Here they took up land in Washtenaw Co., and
with his father-in-law, Mr. Schanck, built a log house, which became their home until they removed to Macomb Co., where
he died at the age of sixty-seven years, and his wife also passed away at the same age. They were the parents of six
daughters and four sons, all of whom are now living in their own homes within a day‟s journey of each other.
Lapeer Co Vital Records: John Schanck died 10/03/1899, male, white, married, age 69 years 2 months 2 days, died in
Metamora, cause Pleurisy, born N.Y., farmer, father David Schanck, mother Ellen Sutphen born N.Y.
Whigville Cemetery: Schanck, John, b. 9 Jan 1830, d. 10 Mar 1899; Alydia C., his wife, b 23 Dec. 1829, /d, 13 Aug 1915.
Dryden obit: John Schanck died March 10, 1899. Born at Clarkston, Monroe Co NY Jan. 9, 1830. Parents were David and
Ellen (Sutphen) Schanck, formerly of New Jersey. He came with parents 1834 to Washtenaw Co. In 1842 came to Bruce
Twp, Macomb Co. In 1856 he and bro Henry bought farm in Dryden Twp. John was 1 of family of 10, all survive.
Youngest, now 54, named Henry Schanck; others Mrs. Allen Hosner, Mrs. Richard Smith of Dryden; Geo. S. of Hadley;
Charles of Bruce Twp; Mrs. Walter Barrows and Mrs. Archibald Groves of Davison; Mrs. John Castle and Mrs. Daniel Curtis
of Linden. John married Jan 24, 1877 Alydia E. Wilbur. of Dryden who had 4 sons and 1 dau who became his step-children.
They are J.U. and Ira E. Wilbur, Mrs. Eugene Haines of Dryden; Hiatt of Columbia S.D.; and A.O. of Metamora. Deceased
buried Whigville Cem., Dryden Twp.
Portrait and Biographical Record: Page 454: Jane Schenck, the eldest daughter of David and Ella (Sutphen) Schanck,
became the wife of Allen Hosner on Feb. 5, 1845. She was born Feb. 14, 1826, and had her birth in New York where she
remained until she was seven years old. Jane‟s husband Allen was born in Clarkston twp., Monroe Co NY Sept 5, 1824 and
died at Dryden MI., April 4, 1910, married Feb. 5 1845 Jane Schanck (died 1908) daughter of David and Ellen (Sutphen)
Schanck, they had children Orin, Eva, and Retta.
Page 440: Henry Schanck is the son of David V. Schanck who was born in the Empire State in about 1800. The family has
been in Michigan since the early part of the „30‟s and did genuine work throughout this section. The mother of our subject
was known in her maidenhood as Ellen Sutphen; she was the daughter of William Sutphen and was born in New Jersey.
Both her parents are now deceased. The first schooling of our subject was received in his native home in Washtenaw Co.,
and he had reached the age of eight years when he removed to Macomb co., where he completed his education. He
remained with his parents until he attained his majo0rity, when he decided to start out for himself and began working for
neighboring farmers during the first summer and soon purchased the farm where he now resides. Here he and his brother
John erected a shanty and made their home for some time, their sister keeping house for them.
History of Macomb County: Charles A. Schanck, P.O. Romeo, was born August 7, 1843 in Bruce, Macomb Co., he is the son
of David and Ellen (Sutphen) Schanck; his parents were born in Monmouth Co. N.J., respectively Dec. 1, 1798 and
October 6, 1807; they died in Bruce, Jan. 21, 1867, and Nov. 17, 1876. William and Anna Sutphen, Mr. Schanck‟s
grandparents, were natives of New Jersey; the latter was born about 1783, in Monmouth Co., and died in Wayne Co., MI.
November 24, 1853; the former died September 7, 1847, in Macomb Co., MI. David Schanck went from New Jersey to
Wayne Co. and Monroe Co, in New York, where he spent several years, and about 1834, came to Michigan and settled in
Washtenaw County; eight years later, he located in Bruce, Macomb Co. He and his wife were married in Wayne Co. N.Y.
and had eleven children, ten of whom are now living, born as follows: Jane, Feb. 26, 1826; Mary, March 30, 1828, died Oct.
10, 1829; John Jan 9, 1830; Martha A., Sept. 6, 1831; Elizabeth June 17, 1833; William H. June 2, 1835; George, Feb.10,
1838;‟ Ally M., March 3, 1839; Sarah A., Sept 14, 1841; Charles A. August 7, 1843; Lydia D. May 22, 1845. When David
Schanck settled in Bruce he bought eighty acres of land on Section 30, and afterward purchased sixty-five acres across the
road on Section 19, where the dwelling stands in which he died. The homestead is now owned by Mr. Schanck of this
sketch
Lapeer Co. Vital Records: 20 Feb. 1905 George Schanck, male, white, married, age 65 years 10 days died in Hadley, cause
inflammation of the lungs, born MI., farmer, parents David Schanck and Ellen Sutphin.
Hadley obit: George Schank, died Feb 20, 1903 at home SW of Hadley, age 65y 10d. Left wife; 2 children, George at home
and Mrs. Howard Gaunt of Gilford. Also 5 sis and 2 bros: Mrs. Allen Hosner of Whigville: Mrs. A. Groves and Mrs. Walter
Barrows of Davison: Mrs. John Castle of Linden; Mrs. R. T. Smith of Almont; Henry of Whigville; Charles of Romeo. Burial
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Dryden obit: Schanck, Henry; died in Dryden Twp. Feb. 12, 1908. Born in Washtenaw Co, MI., June 2, 1835. At age 7
family moved to Bruce Twp., Macomb Co. and when 21, he came to Dryden and located on farm where family since lived.
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Married 1860 Miss Euphama Cheney. 3 children, 1 died infancy. He was 5 of family of 10 children, only 4 remain. Left
wife, son and dau. Also 4 grandchildren. Buried Southwest Dryden cemetery.
Certificate of Death: Macomb Co, Bruce, Registered # 2115, Ellen Schanck, Female, white, Widow, age 69 years 1 month
11 days; Farmer‟s Wife, Father Aaron Sutphen born New Jersey, Mother Ann Sutphen born New Jersey, died October 17,
1875, Cause, Inflammation of Bowels,
Note: The informant for the parental information, seems to have been in error giving the name of Aaron as the father.
Ellen‟s father was William.
Greenwood Cemetery: Hadley, MI. Green Corners & Pratt Road; Schanck: mother Abbie N. 15 Apr. 1843-16 Aug 1921;
Ethel G. 1884-1954, son George S. 1873-1947, father George 10 Feb. 1838 - 20 Feb 1903, twins, Howard & Harold 8 April
1913.

Ellen E. Sutphen:
Monroe Co. NY cemetery records: died 1851 age 32, Ellen E. Sutphen, wife of William W. Sutphen.

Ellen M. Sutphen:
Whigville Cemetery, Sec. 29, Dryden Twp. Lapeer Co., MI.: Sutphen, Ellen M. 1859 - .

Elmer Sutphen: (Eugene)
Macomb Co MI., Birth Records: Dec. 1, 1874, Sutphen, Elmer, male, born Bruce twp, father Eugene A. Sutphen born MI.,
farmer mother Catherine born New Jersey, laborer.

Elva Sutphen:
Pioneer Families & History of Lapeer Co. MI.: Hugh Hosner married Ely Sutphen and had children , Orville, Oliver, Parmelia,
Mary, Sarah, Lucinda and Helen.
N. Oakland Gene. Soc. Surname Index: Sutphen, Ely (Elva) born 1815 died 1890 Lapeer Co. MI., husband Hugh Hosner,
children: Orville, Olive, Pamela, Mary, Sarah, Lucinda, Helen
Lapeer Co. Vital Records: 10 July 1890 Elva Hosner, female, white, widow, age 76 years, died in Bruce , cause cancer, born
New Jersey, parents William and Anna Sutvan.

Emma Sutphen:
1880 Census Index, Macomb Co: Sutphen, Emma; white, female age 17, servant, single, born MI., father born New York,
mother born Michigan.

Emma Sutphen:
Lakeview Cemetery, Sweden, New York, Sutphen, Emma age 72 died 26 Jan 1909.

Emma Sutphen:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Records: Emma T. Sutphen & William E. Neal on 2 April 1884.

Ethel Sutfin:
Obituary, Flint Journal: Sutfin, Ethel K. age 91, died Wednesday, October 5, 1988 at Grand Blanc Convalescent Center.
Private services have been held at the Sunset Hills Cemetery. Funeral arrangements made by Reigle Funeral Homes.

Eugene Sutphen:
1880 MI. Soundex, Macomb Co., Sutphen, Eugene, Bruce twp., male, white, age 35, married, Farmer, born MI., father
born New Jersey mother born New York, wife Catherine age 34 keeping house born New Jersey, son Jefferson age 11 in
school, son Marshall age 9 in school, Elmer age 5, Frederick age 7/12; also Lambertson, Clarissa age 28 sister, servant &
nieces Catherine age 7 and Carrie age 2.
1890 Census; Civil War Veterans: Eugene Sutphen, Pvt. U.S. Ship Constitution, 1 Aug 1863 to 1 July 1865, serviced 2 years
11 months, P.O. Lapeer, MI.
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Fanny Sutphin:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, Fanny age 81 died 1/10/1883 (B.R.I., 69), wife of Jacob

Frank Sutfin:
Owosso, MI. A-Z: Frank E. Sutfin was born on March 24, 1868 in Ann Arbor, MI. He spent his childhood in St. Johns, MI.
In the 1894 Directory, Frank was listed as a foreman at the Estey Co. in Owosso, living at 502 E. Mason St. In 1898 he
established a carriage works at the southeast corner of Exchange & Water Streets. In 1900 he moved his business to E.
Main St.

Fred Sutphen: (Oliver)
Owosso, MI. A-Z: Fred Sutphen was born in April of 1865 in Antrim Twp., Shia. Co. MI. to Mr. & Mrs. Oliver Sutphen. He
was a teamster. Fred‟s wife Jenett, called Nettie, was born in June of 1866 in MI. They had a good - sized family:
Walter E., born Sept 1887; Henry P. born Sept 1890; Earl H. born August 1892; Mabel born March 1894 and married
Russell Sutton; Ethel born March 1896 and became Mrs. Walter Schultz; Opal who married Sam Voight; and Ray.           Son
Earl received several honors, including a listing in the Cowboy Hall of Fame. He spelled his name Sutton. Later Fred lived
on E. Main St.

Fred Sutphin:
Oakland Co., MI. Marriage Record: Fred Sutphin married Vera L. Phelps on 18 Nov. 1929.

Freddie Sutphin: (Oscar)
Lapeer Co. Death Record: 25 Aug. 1879, Freddie Sutphin, male, white, single, age 11 years, died in Addison twp, cause
Diphtheria, born MI., parents Oscar & Lydia Sutphen.

George Sutphen:
1860 Census, New York Cayuga C., Niles; George Sutphen age 26, male, farm laborer, worth $700, & $150., born New
York, also Maria Sutphen age 55 born NY, David age 19, Anna Vanderbuck age 78 born NJ, and Peter Sutphen age 23
male, school teacher born New York.

George J. Sutphen:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Record: George J. Sutphen married Donna Coffron on 16 May 1925.

Gilbert Sutphin:
1800 Census Index: Sutphin, Gilbert, residing in Cherry Valley, Otsego Co. NY. 0,0,0,1,0 0.0.1.0.0.
NY. Genealogy & Bio Records: Town of Dryden, Willow Glen Cemetery: Gilbert Sutphen born 1769, died 1841, wife Jane
born 1771, died 1825.

Glenn F. Sutphin:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Record: Glenn F. Sutphin married Ada L. Galligan on 8 Aug 1925.

Hannah Sutphen:
Macomb Co. Marriages: Sutphen, Hannah married Carl, Eben on 1 Nov. 1851.

Hattie Sutphen:
Macomb co Death Record: Hattie Sutphen, female, white, married age 27 years 3 days, died in Bruce twp, cause premature
anemia, born MI, Domestic, Parents Daniel Churchill and Cleantha Clark of MI.

Helena Sutphen:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Records; Helena Sutphen & Wm. H. Williams on 11 July 1924.

Hew Sutphen: (Oscar)
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Macomb Co Death Record: Hew Sutphen died 3 Sept 1902, male, white, single, age 18 years 7 months 3 days, died in
Ortonville, cause Convulsions, born Michigan parents Oscar & Ella Sutphen.

Horace W, Sutphin: (William)
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War Service Records, MI. Room, Flint Public Library: Horace W. Sutphin (Vet.) Co. F, 10 MI. Inf. 1 Dec. 1862 at
Washtenaw Co., Prisoner at Dalton, GA. 25 Feb. 1864, Died Charlestown South Carolina 20 Sept 1864, buried National
Cemetery Andersonville, GA. #9100.
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National Archives War Record: Horace W. Sutphen, Co. F. 10 MI. Inf., Private, age 20, roll dated Bridgeport, Ala. 1 Oct
1863, joined 28 Feb. 1862 Flint, MI. Engineer, born Washtenaw Co. MI. occupation farmer, f‟ 10”, eyes gray, hair black,
complexion dark, transferred to engineer cor., Missing 25 Feb. 1864, in action died at Charlestown about 20 Sept 1864 while
a prisoner of war (diarrhea).

Ida Sutphen:
Lapeer Co. Marriages: Dec 5, 1882, Imlay City, Wm. A. Ridley married Ida Sutphen, born Macomb Co., both from Riley, MI.

Isaac Suthphen:
History of Lapeer Co. MI., Ellis: page 210; Oregon Twp. Section 31, Isaac Suthphen (LW): dated March 26, 1852
Pioneer Families and History of Lapeer Co. MI: Isaac Suthphen purchased property in Oregon twp, Lapeer Co., on March
26, 1852.

Isaac Sutphen:
Index to Awards - Soldiers of the War of 1812 - New York: #8,964, Sutphen, Isaac, requested by widow, from Lyons, NY,
$80.00

Jacob Sutphin: (Dirck)
Roots Web. Com: Jacob Sutphen born circa 1684 Flatbush, Long Island NY, died Freehold twp., Monmouth NJ, parents
Dirck Van Sutphen & Elizabeth Van Rheenen, married circa 1716Antje Bennett born New Utrecht, NY: Children Jan “John
born circa 1711; Derick born circa 1712; Abraham born circa 1715; Jacob born circa 1720; William born circa 1720; Adrian
born circa 1724; Leah born 11 Feb 1725; Isaac born circa 1730; David born circa 1732.

Jacob Sutphin:
Otsego Co. NY, Marriages 1795 - 1840: April 2, 1827 at Springfield NY, Jacob Sutphen married Frances Ferguson.
History of Monroe Co., NY: The Presbyterian Church of Brockport was first organized Aug. 1827, as the first Congregation
Soc. At the old brick school house. In 1834 the first elders were chosen, - including Jacob Sutphin.
1855 State Census, NY, Monroe Co. Sweden: #222, Frame house, worth $800. Family #232, Jacob Sutphen age 56 born
Otsego Co. married, in County for 27 years, Farmer, Owner of Land, Wife Hanna age 56 born Otsego Co, daughter
Catharine age 24 born Monroe Co., John age 19, Electa H. age 18, and Jane age 15.
Sweden, Monroe Co., NY, Burial: Sutphin, Jacob, died Jan. 10, 1883 age 81.

James Sutfin:
1850 Census Index: New York, Thompkins Co. Dryden, Sutfin, James age 55 Farmer worth $1500., Amy age 52, George
age 28, Chloe age 24.

James Sutphen:
Montgomery Co. NY Church Records: The Rev. James Dempster‟s Records of Marriages & Baptisms; Tryson 1778-1803,
James Sutphen & Catherine VanDeVear, Marlettsbush, Jan 1791.
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files; NJ line, Catharine, W25170, soldier was born in 1758 in NJ, he applied in Feb. 1834 in
Oneida Co., NY, sons James & Jacob Sutphen signed P.O.A. 18 Sept 1852 in Oneida Co NY as heirs of dec‟d sol & wid, sol
died 22 Dec. 1840 in Oneida Co NY leaving a widow, Catharine and five children: Jacob, James & Aaron Sutphen, Ann
Grantin & Olive Allen, it appeared sol. & wid were married 30 Jan. 1791 or 1791.

James Sutphen:
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Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, James, age under 1, died 6/3/1833 (B.R.I., 69)

James Sutphin:
Information from Mildred Dean Blett of Grand Rapids, MI. My James Sutphin was born 1756 Somerset Co., NJ. Married
Elizabeth Voorhees. They went to Yates Co. NY. He died there in 1837. They had 3 sons . John Voorhees, Arthur and
James, and 6 daughters John V. married Mary Baird and they lived in Lenawee Co., MI. They had 13 children. The
second was William Baird born 1809 who married Almira Bennett. I do not know about Arthur or James. My connection
is their daughter Mary.
Julie Sutfin of Michigan SCOL: My line: James B. 1794 (son of James and Elizabeth) in PA.: Daniel born abt. 1822 in NY:
Charles b. 1865 in MI.: Urbin b. 1885 in MI.”: Jack b. 1914 in MI.: All deceased. My line has been in Michigan since about
1850 written Sept 12, 2007

James Sutphin:
1850 Census, MI., Jackson Co., Liberty twp.; household of Nazle & Charity Coate; James Sutphen age 31, male, farmer,
worth %100, born New York, wife Betsey age 23 born Vermont (as were the homeowners), Augusta age 4, female, born
Michigan and ? Petir age 1 month born MI.

James Sutphen:
Belding Newspaper; Ionia Co. MI; Sutphen, James: Pioneer - age 79, 8/15/1907.

James Nelson Sutphin: (John, John, William, Jacob, Dirck))
Alice Serrell Collection: Orion Twp. Library: Sutphin, James Nelson born Springfield 8/8/1848 died Kent co. MI. 6/14/1884;
married Liddie A. Burrus, children Edward. B., and Wm..
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: John Nelson Sutphin born Springfield twp, Oakland Co MI., 8 Nov. 1848; died
Solon twp. Kent Co. MI, 14 June 1884; married Liddie (Dilla) A. Burris. When his father died in 1854, James Nelson
Sutphin went to live with his uncle, James Stout in White Lake twp. Oakland Co. Two years later, on 12 Dec. 1856, James
Stout died, and on 12 Oct. 1857 the following year, the Probate Court of Oakland Co. appointed Sebring Voorhees, a friend
of the family, as the legal guardian of James Sutphin and of his tow younger sisters, Lovina and Clarissa Jane. James lived
in White Lake twp. As late as 22 July 1871. He later removed to Solon twp. Kent Co., MI. where he was a farmer. Children
of James Nelson and Liddie (1) Edward B. born 21 Dec. 1875; Died 27 Sept 1883 Kent Co. (2) William born circa 1881;
married Frieda Ellis of Cedar Springs, Kent Co. MI. William later moved to a western state.

James Nelson Sutphin: (Peter, John, William, Jacob, Dirck)
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: James Nelson Sutphin born 8 Oct 1845, Wayne Co., NY; removed to Macomb
Co., MI; died Lenox, Macomb Co. MI 19 Aug 1906; married Elizabeth Ann Lemmon; both buried in the New Haven
Cemetery. Son Bennie B. died Lenox Macomb Co MI 17 May 1883 at 8 years of age. Buried with his parents.
Macomb Co. Death Record: 19 Aug. 1906, James Nelson Sutphen, male, white, married age 60 years 10 months 11 days,
died in Lenox, cause apoplexy, born NY., farmer, parents Peter Sutphin and Sally M. Bloomer.

James O. Sutphen:
Imlay City, MI. Cemetery: Sutphen, James O. 1905 - 1964, and Nora O. Sutphen 1917 -

James W. Sutphen:
18*0 Census Lenox Twp. Macomb, Co. MI., Sutphen, James W. Sutfin, James W., white, male, age 34 years, married,
farmer, born NY, parents born NJ, wife Elizabeth age 32, son Benjamin age 5.

Jane Sutphin:
“Some Cemeteries of the Between the Lakes Country”; West Lodi Cemetery: Sutfin, Jane, wife of James, died April 10,
1849, age 21 years.

Jane Sutfin: (John V., James)


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Clinton Co. MI. bio.; Jane Sutfin daughter John Vorhus Sutfin (1784,83 - 1852) mother Mary Baird (1784 - 1877), Jane was
born 1814, died 1883, buried Clinton, MI., married Alexander Ellis. Her siblings were; James; William; Charles; Clara; Peter
B. (1817-1882) Mary (Van de Bogart) (1821 - 1891); Elizabeth (Rich); John V.; Lois (Patch)

Jane Sutphin:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, Jane age 4, died 6/13/1832 (B.R.I., 69)

Jane Ann Sutfin:
Macomb Co. Marriages: Sutfin, Jane Ann married Carl, Jeremiah on 22 Sept 1852.

Jennie Sutphin:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, Jennie age 82 died 12/25/1881 (B.R.I., 69)

Jennie Sutphin: (William H.)
Macomb Co Birth Records: 18 March 1868, female, legitimate, Jennie & Jessie Sutphin, born Lenox twp., parents William H.
Sutphin, merchant, born New York and Eliza J. Sutphin born Michigan

Jessie Sutphin: (William H.)
Macomb Co Birth Records: 18 March 1868, female, legitimate, Jennie & Jessie Sutphin, born Lenox twp., parents William H.
Sutphin, merchant, born New York and Eliza J. Sutphin born Michigan

Jesse C. Sutphin:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Record: Jesse C. Sutphin married Addie M. Douglas on 6 July 1908.

Jesse W. Sutphin:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Record: 6 July 1908, Jesse W. Sutphen age 29 of Oxford, married Mary M. Hall age 22 of Port
Huron (he is a grocer), his parent Oscar and Ella Sutphen, Witnesses, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Brooks

Job Sutphen:
NY. Genealogy & Bio Records: Tompkins Co Gravestones, Town of Newfield, Enfield Falls Cemetery; Job Sutphen born 2
July 1808, died 20 Aug. 1867, buried with wife Elizabeth born 16 Nov. 1815, died 1 July 1892.

John Sutphen:
New York Genealogical & Bio. Records: Vol 117: Family Records of the Spader Family: Ann (Vanderbilt) Spader married
John Sutphen 7 April 1811, performed by the Rev. Peter Lowe.

John Sutfin:
Register of Lands, Twp of Tecumseh, Lenawee Co. MI. 1824-1836: Sec. 2 80 acres, 22 May 1833, John Sutfin, resident of
Lenawee Co. Mi. Territory. Sec. 3, 36 acres, 29 May 1835, John Sutfin, Lenawee Co. . Sec. 11, 40 acres 29 May 1834,
John Sutfin, Lenawee Co. MI.
Lenawee Co, MI. Atlas: 1892 Land Owners; Tecumseh - no. Sutfin on Mill St. across and east of H.E. Stout (East of the
Smith Pond).

John Sutphen: (William, Jacob, Dirck)
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files; NJ Line & Privateer Service, S29489, soldier was born 31 March 1759 in Middlesex
Co. & he lived there at enlistment and later moved to Sempronius NY, then moved to Lyons, NY. Soldier married Miss
Anna Snedecar 8 June 1786 and she was born 9 June 1769. Soldier applied 26 Sept 1832 at Lyons in Wayne Co. NY and
soldier died there 3 Oct 1832 & his widow died there 15 May 1842, children were; William Henry born 10 Nov. 1786, Sarah
born 5 Dec. 1788, Isaac born 8 March 1792, Wyntie born 22 June 1794, Elias born 4 March 1798, twins John & Anna born
20 June 1803, & twins Peter & Rebecca born 17 April 1805, on 30 May 1844 the son Peter Sutphin applied at Lyons NY, in
1844 surviving children were; William Sutfin & Sarah “Sally” wife of Elijah Lemmon all of Lyons NY, Elias & John Sutfin &
Rebecca wife of James Stout all of the state of MI., soldier‟s brother Peter Sutphin was dec‟d in 1845, also shown was;
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Nicholas Hall born in March 1782 & in 1845 was living at Mount Morris, NY & he also gave names of soldier‟s & widow‟s
children but he gave the name Lovina instead of Wyntie.
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: John, Sutphin born S. Amboy, Middlesex Co., NJ 31 March 1759; bapt. Harlingen
Dutch Reformed Church, Somerset Co. NJ 6 May 1759; witnesses were Pieter and Wyntje Rimer. John died in testate, 3
October 1832 at Lyons, Wayne Co., NY. John married Anna Snedeker 8 June 1786. John was the progenitor of the
western branch of the family, and during his life time became a soldier, privateer, pioneer and farmer. In 1776 John Sutphin
at 17 years of age, enlisted in the New Jersey Militia. Between 1798 and 1803, John and Anna Sutphin removed with their
family to Sempronius, NY to a part of the military land tract set aside by Congress for soldiers of the Revolution.
Sempronius was located in Onondaga Co. (now Cayuga) in the northwestern part of the state. They later settled in Lyons,
Wayne County, NY. . Children (1) William Henry born 10 Nov 1786 NJ. (2) Sarah “Sally” born 5 Dec 1788 NJ, married
Nicholas Hall. (3) Isaac born 8 March 1792 NJ (4) Wyntie born 22 June 1794 NJ, married Peter Hall. (5) Elias born 4
March 1798 NJ (6) John (twin) born 20 June 1803 NY (7) Anna (twin) born 20 June 1803 died 14 July 1900, married Elijah
Lemmon (8) Peter (twin) born 17 April 1805 (9) Rebecca (twin) born 17 April 1805 NY died Oakland Co. MI. 4 Sept 1863,
Married James Stout.

John V. Sutphen: (James)
1800 Census Index: Sutphin, John residing in Cherry Valley, Otsego Co. NY. 1,1,1,0,1 1,1,1,0,1.
Clinton Co. MI. Bio.: (Under Jane Sutfin) John Vorhus Sutfin (1784/83 - 1852) married Mary Baird (1784 - 1877), John V.
was the son of James Sutfin born 1756 and Elizabeth born 2/4/1761. John‟s siblings were: Elleanor born 2/27/1779 died
10/6/1783; Jane born 7/8/1781; Eleanor born 4/18/1786; Mary born 7/8/1789; Arthur born 3/29/1792; James born
3/23/1794; Elizabeth born 4/5/1798, died 6/26/1807; John V. married Mary Baird 9/9/1806; they took up land in Clinton twp.
In 1833, W ½ of SE ¼ of section 2, & in 1835 took up SE ¼ of NW ¼ of section 3 and NE ¼ of NW ¼ 0f section 11. Eleanor
married John Erevin, both buried in Clinton, MI. and James married Juliann died 3/30/1843, had a son, Ellis.
Otsego Co. NY; Abst. Of Wills 1794 - 1824; John Sutphen of Cherry Valley, dated 21 Feb. 1810, Probated 12 March 1810.
Mentions wife Sarah, sons John P., Matthew L., Gilbert, daughters Polly Henry, Elizabeth Dixon, and her son Dewitt, Jane
Sutphen, Margarita Sutphen, Exec. - wife, sons John & Mathew.

John Sutphen:
1850 Census, MI., Jackson Co., Liberty twp.#1194, 1219; John Sutphen age 66, male, farmer, worth $500, born New York,
wife Polly age 66 born New Jersey, son Peter B. age 33, farmer born New York.

John Sutphin: (John)
Oakland Co. Marriage Record: Sutphen, John married Clarrissa Sumner on 21 May 1841
Oakland Co 1845, Springfield: John Sutphin; males 1,0,1,0,0 females 1,0,1.
1850 Census MI. Oakland Co., Springfield twp.: John Sutphen, age 47, male, Farmer, worth $2000, born New York, wife
Clarrissa age 35 born New York, son William age 7 born Michigan, daughter Ruth A. age 5 born MI., Lola M. age 4 born MI.,
James age 2 born MI., and Mary A. 2/12 years, born MI. also Asahel Baker age 12 born MI.
Alice Serrell Collection & Ancestry (Kristin Robinson): Orion Twp. Library:: Sutphin, John born 6/20/1803 Lyons, New York,
parents John Sutphen (born 31 March 1759 S. Amboy, Middlesex Co. NJ) and Anna Snedeker (born 9 June 1769 S.
Brunswick, Middlesex Co. NJ ) died 07/11/1854 White Lake, Oakland co. MI., married Clarissa Sumner of White Lake,
(born 21 May 1841 White Lake, Oakland co. MI.) died 3/1/1853, children Wm. Harvey/Henry born 22 Dec. 1842,in
Springfield, Oakland Co. MI: Ruth Ann born 1845 in Springfield Oakland Co., MI.: Sarah Maria born 1 Jan.1847
Springfield, MI. married Albert G. Rose: James Nelson born 1848, Springfield, MI.: Mary A. born 1850, Lavina born
1851 married Martin Corwin, Clarissa Jane born 1852/53, married (1) Mr. Tower, (2) Lacounty
William Sutphen, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: John Sutphin, twin, was born New York state, 20 June 1803. He married
Clarissa Sumner at White Lake, Oakland Co., MI. 21 May 1841, by Justice Ferguson, witnesses James Stout, his
brother-in-law, and Seymour Covell. Clarissa died 1 March 1853 and John married Julia. John died Oakland Co., MI. 7
Nov 1854. He had moved to MI. by 1839. At the time of his death his estate was valued at $4500. Children of John and
Clarissa (1) William Harvey born 22 Dec 1842 (2) Ruth Ann born 1845 married Albert Rose. (3) Sarah Maria born 1 Jan
1847 (4) James Nelson born circa 1848 (5) Mary A. born 1850, died in infancy (6) Lavina born 1851 married Martin
Corwin (7) Clarissa Jane born 1852/53.


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Oakland Co. Wills: page 16, #1180; John Sutphen, In testate filed 18 Nov. 1854, died 8 Nov. 1854.Heirs, Julia - widow,
children: William, Ruthann, Sally, Maria, James Nelson, Lovina, Clarissa Jane Sutphen. Administrator, James Stout,
Sebring Voorheis. The family lived in Springfield twp. Page 16; #1246; Sutphin, William; Guardianship filed 30/6/1855.
Parents dec‟d. Children - William, Ruth Ann, Sally Maria, Lovina, Clarissa J. & James N., the eldest of age 12 years. Page
49 #1468: Sutphin, James J. & others - Guardianship, filed 12 Oct. 1857, Children of John Sutphen, dec‟d. Mother also is
dec‟d. James in 10 years, Lovina age 7, Jane age 4, Guardians, Sebring Voorheis and William Sutphen uncle.
Oakland Co. White Lake Cemetery: Sutphen, John died Nov 7, 1854 age 51 years 4 months and wife Clarissa died Nov. 7,
1853 age 38 years 4 months 9 days.

John Sutphen:
History of Monroe Co., New York: Town of Sweden, Jno, Sutphen, farmer, born Monroe Co. NY s. 1834.

John Sutphen:
Index to Awards - Soldiers of the War of 1812 - New York: #4,030, Sutphen, John, of Starkey, Yates Co., NY. $54.00.

John Sutphen:
“Entries on Account book of Teunis Van Vechten 1753-1782: (Store) 1770 John Sutphin of Beregot, a Wheelwright --this
was in Albany co NY, later Greene co..

John Sutphen:
Lakeview Cemetery, Sweden, New York, Sutphen, John age 92 died 1927.

John Sutphen:
Miscellaneous Notes: John Sutphin born 25 March 1818, died 14 Feb. 1897, Macomb Co., Bruce twp., married Adeline R.
Cusis Feb. 12, 1824 died April 8, 1885, son Oscar born 1846 Michigan.
1850 Census, MI., Macomb Co, Bruce twp. John Sutphon age 31, Laborer, born New Jersey, wife Adeline age 25 born New
York, son Eugene age 6 born MI., son Oscar A. age 4 born MI., daughter Mary A. age 3 born MI., and Theressa age 1 born
MI.

John Sutphen:
Macomb Co. MI. Cemetery Records: Sutphin, John born 1823, died 1860.

John Sutphen:
Bossardet Funeral Home: Oxford, MI: Sutphen, John (age 82 years) 14 July 1936.

John D. Sutphen:
Lenawee Co. Land Records: J.V.D. Sutphen and wife Mary DeWitt of the village of Bertrand, Berrien Co., MI., sold property
to John D. Sutphen; 80 acres for $300.
Lenawee Co. Death Record: 1 March 1895, John Sutfin, male, white, married age 64, resided in Tecumseh, cause Cancer,
born New York, merchant, parents William Sutfin and E. Bennett.
West Highland Cemetery, Oakland Co. MI.: Sutphen, died 22 May 1867, age 67 years 7 months 13 days.

John Isaac Sutphen: (Nelson, Isaac, John, William, Jacob, Dirck))
Alice Serrell Collection: Orion Twp. Library: Sutphin, John Isaac (son of Nelson) born Springfield on 5/3/1859 died 1/16/1943
married Clara Jennings born Welland, Ont. On 9/29/1859 died 12/27/1947
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: John Isaac Sutphin born Springfield twp., Oakland Co., MI. 3 May 1859; died
Whatcom Co., Washington, 16 Jan. 1943; married in White Lake, Oakland Co., MI. 21 Dec. 1881, Clara E. Jennings,

John P. Sutphen:
Index to Awards - Soldiers of the War of 1812 - New York: #12,374 Sutphen, John P., of Roseboom, Otsego Co., NY,
$35.00. Also #7,153 same info, for $38.00.


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John V. Sutphen:
1850 Census MI., Jackson Co. Liberty twp. John V. Sutphen age 23, Farmer, worth $1000, born NY wife Jane age 20 born
Vermont, daughter Ann age 1 born Michigan.

Joseph Sutphen
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files: Joseph Sutphen, NJ Line, Rhoda, W6607, Soldier was born 28 May 1754 & he married
Rhoda Clizbe 28 May 1780 & she was born 29 Sept 1762 & their children were: Samuel Clizbe Sutfin born 5 March 1782, a
child (name & date too dim to read), Salley born 25 Dec 1788; Jane C. born 30 Jan. 1791; William Tennant Sutfin born 18
Aug. 1794; Joseph Holsey Sutfin born 28 Aug. 1796; George Washington Sutfin born 8 Oct. 1804 in Monmouth Co. NJ &
stated his brothers Joseph and John both serviced in the Rev. Army, soldier as born in Monmouth Co NJ, widow applied in
1836 Monmouth Co NJ, soldier died 27 Jan 1824, the son George Washington Sutfin made affd‟t in 1836 in Monmouth Co
NJ

Joseph. Sutphen:
History of Monroe Co., NY: Sweden: Jos. Sutphen , retired farmer, born Monroe Co NY., s. 1833.
1855 State Census, NY, Monroe Co, Sweden: Dwelling #388, Frame house worth $1600., Family #477, Joseph Sutphen,
age 52 male, born Otsego Co., Married, residing in County for 3 years, farmer, wife E. Sutphon age 53 born Washington Co.,
residing in county 3 years, also F. Baker age 10, niece, born Orleans, residing in county 1 year, also William Wright age 12
border, born in England, in county 1 year, and Emma Shoudler age 39, wife‟s sister, born Washington Co., in Monroe county
3 years.
1870 Census, MI. Lapeer Co. Dryden: Joseph Sutphen age 68, male, white, day labor, born New Jersey, wife Fanny age 56,
white female, keeping house, born New Jersey, son John F. age 15, born Illinois..
.
Joseph Sutphen:
Lapeer Co Vital Records: 10 Jan. 1909 Joseph Sutphen, male, white, widower, age 79 years died at Burnside of old age,
born New York, parents Carson and Elizabeth Sutphen.

Joseph Sutphen:
1880 Census Macomb Co. MI., Sutphen, Joseph, white, male age 50, married, Farmer, born New York, parents born New
Jersey, wife Sarah age 48 keeping house born New York, daughter Ida age 15, born MI. Arza age 10 attending school, Ira
age 8, attending school, Eddie age 5 attending school.

Joseph Sutphen:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphen, Rev. Joseph age 27 died 10/9/1852 (B.R.I., 95)

Joseph Sutphin:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, Joseph age 81 died 5/6/1883 (B.R.I., 95)
History of Monroe Co. NY: page 310 Jos. Sutphen, retired farmer, born Otsego Co. NY, settled in Monroe Co in 1833. Jno
Sutphen, farmer born Monroe Co. NY settled in 1834.

Joseph Sutphen:
Index to Awards - Soldiers of the War of 1812 - New York: #3,997 Sutphen, Joseph; of Canajoharie, NY., $55.00.

Julia Sutphen:
Oakland Co Deeds: 1855, Julia Sutphen sold property to heirs of John Sutphen, book 56 - 126.

Juliet Sutphin:
Lapeer Co., MI. Vital Records: 5 July 1874, Charles Henry Butler married Juliet Sutphin, both of Dryden, both born Addison
twp., Farmer, married by Rodney Gaye, witnesses Mrs. S. N. Gaye and Lillie Dryden.
1880 Census, MI. Lapeer Co., Dryden: Butler, Charles, white, male, age 26, farmer, born MI., wife Juliette age 26 keeping
house, born MI., daughter Elsa age 5, daughter Anna B. age 3.


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L. Mae Sutphen:
West Highland Cemetery, Oakland Co. MI, Sutphen,, L. Mae born 1878, died 1917.

Lizzie Sutfin:
Jackson Co. MI. Death Records: Lizzie Sutfin died 20 Aug. 1888, female, white, single, age 6 months 9 days, Hanover twp.,
cause Cholera Infantum, born Michigan, parents; Clinton & Agnes Sutfin.

Louisa Sutfin:
Source Unknown: Benjamin Patch died 9 April 1890 at home in Liberty twp., born Bennington Co., Vermont 1827, parents
moved to Oswego Co NY (age 2), then to Niagara Co (age 9) , coming to Liberty twp, MI., (age 13) with uncle Joseph Patch,
married in 1849 Miss Louisa Sutfin, children, one daughter Mrs. Polly Palmer of Liberty, four sons, Anthony & Stephen of
Jackson, George of Somerset and Gifford at home

Lovina Sutphen:
1870 Census, MI., Genesee Co., Davison Twp. Lovina Sutphen age 20, female, white, housekeeper for Martin Millard, born
Michigan.

Lucinda Sutphen:
Oakland Co. MII. Death Record: 25 June 1915, Lucinda Sutphin, female, white, widow, age 77 years 1 month, 7 days, died
in Springfield twp. Cause, Apoplexy, born NJ, parents John Parrish and Susan Wyckoff of NY.

Lucy Cheney:
Monroe Co. NY Epitaphs Parma, Monroe Co., Small forsaken burial north of Hilton: Cheney, John died 1/11/1837 age 72,
wife Lucy died 8/11/1811 age 45.

Mae Sutphen:
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Records Mae Sutphen & Merle Howell on 25 Dec. 1923

Margaret Jane Sutphin:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, Margaret Jane age 87 died 1926 (B.R.I., 69)

Martha (McKinnon) Sutphin:
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, Martha born 1788 New York City, age 78 died 5/13/1866
B.R.I.,95), wife of Peter.

Martin Sutphen:
1850 Census MI., Jackson Co.; Martin Sutphin age 42 male, farmer, worth $400, born New York, wife Mary age 30 born
Mass., son Ralph age 4 born MI., Derrick age 10/12, Jacob age 55, Farmer born New Jersey, Blind, Catherine age 76 born
New Jersey, and Sarah age 33 born New Jersey.
Whigville Cemetery, Dryden twp. Lapeer Co. MI. Martin Sutphen son of William and E.M. Sutphen died 18 Dec. 1865 age
29.

Martin Sutphen:
1860 Census, Lapeer Co. MI. Sutphen, Martin: Dryden, Lap.Co. MI. living in the home of Hiram and Sirona Swain, with
children Maria 18, Lucy 17, Mary 14, Harriet 11, Orville Edward 4, Wyatt 1.

Mary Sutphen: (Eugene)
Macomb Co Births: Mary Sutfin, female, born Bruce twp., parents Eugene Sutphen born MI, laborer and Katherine born New
Jersey, 1 Nov. 1872.

Melville W. Sutfin: (Anthony)


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MI. Death Record: 28 Aug 1922, Melville W. Sutfin, male, white, widowed, age 52 years 3 months 14 days died in the Village
of Tecumseh, cause Cerebral Hemorrhage, born NY, Painter, parents Anthony Sutfin born NY, and Augusta Ward born MI.

Miles A. Swain:
Oakland co. MI. Deaths: Miles A. Swain died 20 May 1903, age 2 months 7 days, born MI., parents Robert Swain & Mabel
Mulkice.

Milo Sutfin:
Jackson Co. MI. Death Records: ____ Sutfin, died 12 Aug. 1889, female, white, age 9 days, Liberty twp. Cause unknown,
born MI. parents Milo B. & Amanda Sutfin.

Nelson Sutphen:
Oakland Co. Deeds: 1858, Nelson Sutphin sold property to William J. Pepper, book 65 - 233.
Death Record: 13 June 1910, Nelson Sutphen, male, white, married age 83 years 1 month 6 days, died Springfield twp,
cause Chronic intestine, born NY, parents, Isaac Sutphen & Abyne Elget of NY.
Oakland Co., White Lake Cemetery:: Sutphen, Nelson, wife Lucinda, daughter Emma.

Nelson Sutphin: (William N.)
Rose Center Cemetery; Holly, MI.; Sutphin, Nelson June 10 1903 - 1978 Lot 154, Sec 25 & 27 Rose Twp. , also William N.
Sutphin, father 1875 - 1912 Lot 154.

Orrelin Sutphen:
Miscellaneous notes of Roger Swain: Sutphen, Orrelin born, Morristown NY 4/14/1847, parents William H. and Nancy.

Orren Sutphen:
Macomb Co. MI., Cemetery Records: Sutphen, Orren born March 25,1852 died May 11,1859. Buried Bruce Cemetery.

Orson Sutphen:
Alice Serrell Collection: Orion Twp. Library: Orson Sutphen, born Addison, MI on 10/23/1839 died 3/28/1917 married Lucy
Bates, daughter of Stillman Bates, children 1 daughter.

Oscar A. Sutphen : (John)
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Record: Sutphen, Oscar A., married Lydia Layton on 25 Dec. 1867.
Oakland Co. MI. Marriage Record: 15 Sept 1877, Oxford, MI., Oscar A. Sutphen of Addison age 28, born Addison, farmer,
married Ella M. Sutphen of Dryden, Lapeer Co., age 19, born Dryden, witnesses George and Mary Lorry.
Bossardet Funeral Home: Oxford, MI: Sutphen, Oscar A. (86-8-28) born 1845 died 17 Nov. 1931.
Whigville Cemetery, Davison Lake Rd. Lap. Co., Sec. 29, Dryden Twp. Lapeer Co., MI.: Sutphen, Oscar A. 1845 - 1931.
Also Ellen M. born 1859 - , Jesse W. 1878 - 1933 and Hugh C. 1882 - 1902
Whigville Cemetery: Sutphen, Oscar A., father, 1845-1931; Ellen M., mother, 1859 -; Jesse W., son, 1878-1933; Hugh C.,
son, 1882-1902.


Peter Sutphin:
1800 Census Index: Semphronius, Cayuga Co. NY, Sutfin, Peter: 2,0,0,1,0 1,0,0,1,0.
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: Peter Sutphin, twin, born New York state, 17 April 1805; died Wayne Co., NY., 2
Dec. 1863; married Sally M. Bloomer; died Wayne Co., N.Y. 10 Oct. 1889, buried South Sodus Cemetery, Wayne Co., NY.
Peter lived near Lyons, New York and was a farmer. He and Sally were Member of the First Presbyterian Church of Lyons,
recorded 14 May 1843. Children all born near Lyons, Wayne Co., N.Y.: (1) Susan A. 1832 - 1904, married in Oakland Co.
MI. 16 Dec. 1854, Charles Briggs. They settled in Solon twp., Kent Co. MI. Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Kent Co. one child
Schyler Briggs born at Cedar Springs, Kent Co MI. 3 Aug 1870 (2) Sarah born circa 1834 married ___ Sherman; buried
Rochester, New York. (3)John born 17 Oct 1836; died 10 Nov. 1898; buried S. Sodus Cem. Wayne Co., NY (4) Benjamin
B. born circa 1839; removed to MI. and settled in Allegan Co., died 1920 and buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Allegan MI., He
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was a veteran of the Civil War having served in the Union Army. He married (1) 13 Oct. 1869 Lois E. Askins, (2) Charlotte
___. Allegan records show that Benjamin served as a fireman with the Hook and Ladder Co. (5) William H. born 1841;
died 1910; married Martha Osborne. They lived in Rose, NY until 1874, and removed to Allegan Co. MI. to 1893, returning
to Rose, NY, where both died in 1910 (6) Peter born 1843. (7) James Nelson born 8 Oct 1845. (8) Charles P. born 18
Feb. 1851; died 8 Nov. 1864

Peter Sutphin:
1800 Census Index: Sutphin, Peter residing in Cherry Valley, Otsego Co. NY. 1,0,0,1,0         1,0,0,1,0   0,1.

Peter Sutphen:
Phelps Gorham‟s purchase (LDS#234604) Sutven, Peter #565.
1820 NY census Index: Sutvan, Peter; Genesee Co. Sweden.
1855 NY State Census, Monroe Co. Sweden: Dwelling #243, Brick house worth $1400, Family #253 of Sweden, Peter
Sutphen age 64 born NJ, married, in county 38 years, farmer, wife Martha age 67, born NY City, also, William W. Carr age
37 born NJ (widower) in county 17 years, farmer.
Index to Awards - Soldiers of the War of 1812 - New York: #14,469; Sutphen, Peter, of Monroe Co., NY. $38.00.
History of Monroe Co. NY: Peter Sutphen was born of pious Dutch parents April 20, 1791, at North Branch, New Jersey, who
removed with their infant son to Otsego county, New York, where he spent his childhood. On November 30, 1815, he
married Martha McKinnan, a lady of Scotch parentage, born in New York, with whom he lived nearly fifty one years. In
1816 he purchased a farm in Sweden, and in the year following he removed to it with his family. Here he has been held in
the highest estimation, not only as a devoted Christian, but as the noblest and purest of men. As has been said of him
“Ever industrious in his habits, few men of his class read more, or understand better what they read, than he; and with a mind
well stored, and with conversational powers of no ordinary degree. He was ever a welcome guest in social circles as well as
the grave assembly; and who that ever knew Peter Sutphen, with his warm generous confiding heart, did forget in a lifetime,
his manner of greeting a friend, grasping the hand extended to him with both his own and pressing it with an affection that
made one find there was a heart in the salutation.‟ He became converted and made public profession of faith on July 13,
1834 and on March 1, 1835 he was ordained a ruling elder in the Presbyterian church of Sweden, which he filled till his
death, which occurred on November 1, 1865. He was attached with apoplexy, while attending the semi-annual meeting of
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his presbytery at North Berger, on the 13 of June previous. He raised four children, two of whom survived him; Mrs.
(Chauncey) White and Ten Eyck, the latter now living in New Brunswick, New Jersey. His son Rev. Joseph W. Sutphen,
died on heathen grounds, while engaged in the work of foreign missions.
Beach Ridge Cemetery, Sweden, Monroe Co., NY: Sutphin, Peter born April 20, 1791 New Jersey, age 74 died
11/1/1865 (B.R.I.,95)

Peter Sutphen: (William, Jacob, Dirck)
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files; NJ Line, S1119, soldier was born 11 Feb. 1761 in Somerset Co. NJ & always lived
there & he applied there 13 Aug. 1832.
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: Peter bapt. Six Mile Run Church, Somerset Co., NJ 1 March 1761. He may
have been the Peter who married Martha ___, and who had two children bapt. at the Six Mile Run Church: Margaret, bapt.
20 Nov. 1796 and Abraham, bapt. 23 June 1799. Peter served in the American Revolution.

Peter B. Sutfin: (William)
Lenawee County Bio. Peter B. Sutfin is a native-born citizen of Clinton Twp., this county, his birth occurring here Sept. 18,
1845. Here the years of his boyhood were passed, and here, since he grew to manhood, he has followed the vocation of a
farmer, and has by diligence, energy and shrewd management, prosecuted it to a successful issue. His farm of 172 acres
is in fine condition, yielding abundant harvests, and is supplied with first-class buildings. The father of the subject of this
sketch, William Sutfin, was born and reared in the State of New York, and there married Almira Bennett, also a native of that
State. They came to Michigan about the year 1832, and located in an unsettled part of this county, where there were no
roads but the trails of Indians. Mr. Sutfin, with the aid of his good wife, accomplished the hard task of improving a farm in
the wilderness. They were good, in the hearts of the early pioneers, whom they were ever ready to help in time of trouble.
The mother died in this township, and the father in California.     Our subject is the youngest but two of the nine children
born to his parents, three of whom are yet living. He was reared in the pioneer home of his parents, receiving from them the
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thorough training in the labors of the farm which has since made him successful in life. In 1872 he established a home for
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himself, after his marriage to Miss Mary Service on the 23 of June. His wife is, like himself, a native of Clinton Twp., where
she was born Aug. 20, 1852. She is the youngest child of David and Margaret (Gamble) Service, natives of Groveland
Twp., Livingston Co., N.Y., where they were reared and married. Mrs. Sutfin was trained to habits of industry and economy
by her good parents, and is a woman of much force of character and capability. She is a wise manager, and looks well to
the ways of her household, and to her valuable assistance Mr. Sutfin is greatly indebted in his efforts to establish a pleasant
and comfortable home: she owns ninety-two acres of land in her own right. Since their marriage Mr. And Mrs. Sutfin
have lived on the farm which they now occupy and have become the parent of three children - Bertha M., Ina M. and Iva M.
Mr. Sutfin is a leading Democrat of this p0lace, and takes a great interest in public and political affairs.
Lenawee Co Land Records: John Sutfin sold to Peeture B. Sutfin, and signed by Lizia , wife of the afour. Dated 15 Aug.
1837.
Lenawee Co, MI. Atlas: Land Owners: Peter B. Sutfin: Clinton Twp. Section 11 - 40 acres, Section 2 - 120 acres, section 12
- 80 acres; section 1 - 12? acres. Value of buildings $3000. Value of land per acre $50., value of land & improvements
$12,600. Improved land acres 244 - timber land 8 acres, 5 orchard acres. General farming, P.O. Clinton, MI.
Death Record: Peter B. Sutfin, 9 July 1916, male, white, widowed, age 71 years 9 months 21 days, died in Clinton Village,
cause alveolar heart disease, born Michigan, retired farmer, parents William Sutfin & Almira Bennett.

Peter Sutphin: (Peter, John, William, Jacob, Dirck)
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: Peter Sutphin born near Lyons, Wayne Co. NY., in 1843; died Kent Co. MI. 1924,
married Celeste (Clestia) M. Briggs 1840 - 1911. Both buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Kent Co. MI. Peter was a carpenter
and laborer. 1880 one child listed, Maude L. born 1876 MI.

Peter Sutfin: (John V., James)
Jackson Co. MI. Death Records: Peter Sutfin died 29 May 1882, White, male, single, age 66 years 8 months, died Liberty
twp., cause Congestion of lungs, born NY, Farmer.

Peter Sutphen:
“Some Cemeteries of the Between the Lakes Country”; “Old Burdette Cem.” Route 227 between Watkins & Trumansburg
at Burdett: Sutphen, Peter Feb. 22, 1849 age 64 years 5 months 16 days: wife Rebecca March 28, 1876 age 87 years 9
months 11 days; John Nov. 4, 1820 - April 22, 1858, and Dora daughter of P. & J. Oct 16, 1866, age 19 years.

Peter O. Sutphen:
“Some Cemeteries of the Between the Lakes Country”; Hector Union Cemetery; Sutphen, Peter O. Sept 22, 1829 - Jan 29,
1905: Jane Jaqish, his wife, July 18, 1829 - May 8, 1906: Minnie May 17, 1869 - Dec. 4, 1909.

Porter Sutphen:
West Highland Cemetery, Oakland Co.; Sutphen, Porter, died 22 May 1861, age 29 years 8 months 12 days.

Rachael Sutphen:
Oakland Co. Death Records: 17 Dec 1873, Rachael Sutphen, female, widow, age 73 years 9 months 10 days died
Highland twp., cause dropsy of the heart, born NJ., housekeeper, parents Thomas and Eliz. Heusk.

Rebecca Sutphin:
History of Oakland Co.: Rebecca (Sutphin) Stout was born at Lyons, NY, April 17, 1805, the daughter of John Sutphin who
was born March 31, 1759 at South Amboy, NJ, and Anna Snedecar born June 9, 1769 in New Jersey. Mr. Sutphin enlisted
in the Revolutionary War in 1776 and served to the close of the war. He died at Lyons, N.Y. Oct. 3, 1832. Rebecca
married on May 23, 1826 to James Stout, who was born at Lyons, NY, April 12, 1799. They came to Michigan in 1837, and
settled in the township of Springfield, where he was a farmer until his death on Dec. 12, 1856 They had a daughter
Henrietta E. Stout, who married a Mr. King.

Reuben Sutphin:


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Michigan Heritage: Deaths in Lenawee Co. MI. during year ending 1 June 1850, Sutphin, Reuben age 3/12, male, born MI.
Oct 1849, Tecumseh.

Richard Sutphen:
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files; NJ Line, S922, soldier was born 4 Dec 1755 in Middlesex Co NJ & he lived there at
enlistment & he applied there in 1832.

Richard Sutphen:
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files; NJ Line, S15234, soldier lived in Monmouth Co NJ at enlistment, applied 4 Oct. 1832
Schoharie Co NY aged 75 .

Sarah Sutphen:
Otsego Co. NY Marriages 1795 - 1840; 19 June 1838, Cherry Valley, Lyman Dickinson of Indiana married Sarah Sutphen.

Sarah Sutphen:
1860 Census, New York, Cayuga Co., Niles: Sarah Sutphin age 62, female, worth $1500 & $1200, born NJ., also Lenora
Sutphen age 29 born NY, Emeline age 23 born NY; Daniel Dean age 41, farmer worth $350.

Sarah Ann Sutphin:
1880 Census Index: Macomb Co., MI., Sutphen, Sarah white, female, age 46, single, servant in home of E. Carl. She was
born in New York, father born New Jersey mother born Penns.
Macomb Co Death Record: Sarah Ann Sutphin, female, white, married age 70 years 4 months 28 days, died in Armada twp.,
cause Carcinoma of the Neck, born NY, housewife, parents Charles Davis of Rhode Island and Cholias H. Dodge of New
York

Sarah Ann Sutphin:
Early Marriages of Macomb Co. MI. 6 Dec 1849, Spencer Briggs age 21 of Chesterfield married Sarah Ann Sutfin age 19
of Lenox, Witnesses James P. Light and James Sutfin, performed by Justus R. Crandall J.P.
Early Marriages of Macomb Co. MI. 17 Dec 1847 Josiah Phelps age 32 married Jennette Bates age 22 both of Lenox
Twp., Witnesses Henry Bates and Sarah Ann Sutphen both of Lenox.

Sarah R. Sutphen: (John)
“10,000 Vital Records of Eastern N.Y. 1777-1834: Ketcham, Isaac S., formerly of Poughkeepsie married on May 28, 1820,
Sarah R. Sutphen daughter of John D. Sutphen, Esq. Of New Brunswick, N.J., performed by Rev. John Van Devoort.

Spencer Sutphin: (Wm. Nelson)
Alice Serrell Collection: Orion Twp. Library: born 1864, married Emma Banister, daughter of Jacob & Louisa (Voorheis)
Van Dorn Banister.

Susan A. Sutphen:
Oakland Co. Marriage Index; Susan A. Sutphen married Charles M. Briggs on 16 Dec 1854, book E page 16/

Susan Lynn Sutphin:
Newspaper announcement Sutphin - Osborne: B.W. and Dorothy Sutphin of Clarkston announce the engagement of
their daughter, Susan Lynn, to Gary Wayne Osborne of Grand Blanc. He is the son of Jim and Charlotte Osborne of S.
Belsay Road, Burton (circa 1990).

William Sutphin: (Isaac)
Marriages of Monmouth Co. NJ & Descendants of Wolphert Van Kouwenhoven: William Sutphin born March 15, 1767,son
of Isaac Sutphen and Janeka Barkalow, married Ann Johnson on 1/13/1799



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Notes of Joan (Schanck) Snyder: David Schanck was born in Monmouth Co. Dec. 1798, per my grandmother‟s handwritten
genealogy done in 1916. The reason for this being mentioned is David became the husband of Ellen Sutphen. And a
William Sutphen and Ann Johnson
were married Jan 13, 1799 in what sounds to me to be the same church.

William Sutfin:
New Jersey Military Index: : William Sutfin, Invalid, #14628, residing in Plattsbury, Clinton Co., NY in 1832, died 2 Aug.
1832.

William Sutfin:
1850 Census Index: Sutfin, Wm. Age 57 farmer, worth $4500, born NJ, Polly age 52 born NJ, Aurilla age 23, William Jr. age
21 Farmer, and James age 12.

William Sutfin: (William, Jacob, Dirck)
1800 Census Index: Sutfin, William, residing in Sempharonius, Cayuga Co., NY., 1,0,0,1,0, 2,0,1,1,0. Note: Also in this
area are a Peter Sutfin and a Jacob Schenck.
Sutphin by Gerry Sutphin Harris: William, bapt. Six Mile Run Church, Somerset Co., N.J., 20 May 1766. Additional info in
Corrections: Sutphin, William: Abstracts of Wills from Cayuga Co. NY, Surrogate‟s Office, Vol. 1, page 49: “William
Sutphen of Sempronius. Will dated 27 April 1821. Probated 12 June 1821; wife Elizabeth; sons---John, William, Lewis,
Albert, David, and daughter--Mary, Eliza, Anne - (wife of Samuel Davis). Execs.: wife Elizabeth and son John. Witnesses:
James B. Van Norshall, Moses Blakesly, George M. Brinkerhoff.” [Note: John Sutphin lived in Sempronius before moving
to Lyons, NY).

William Sutphin:
IGI, New York: William Sutfin, parents William Sutfin and Anna Wickham, male, christened 15 June 1806 in Saratoga.

William Sutphen:
Familysearch.org; IGI: William Sutphin born 1785 New Jersey, Children (1) Jane born 1832 N.J. (2) Elizabeth born 1836
N.Y., (3) William H. born 1839 Mount Morris, Livingston Co., NY, died 5 March 1908

William Sutphen: (John, William, Jacob, Dirck)
Miscellaneous Notes: William Sutphin born circa 1787 New Jersey son of John & Anna (Snedeker) Sutphin, residing in
Manchester, Washtenaw Co. MI. in 1832 with wife Anna.
DAR Macomb Co cemeteries: William Sutphin, 1787 - 1867 in Hart Cemetery in Chesterfield Twp., Macomb Co. MI.
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: William Henry Sutphin born Middlesex Co. NJ 1786, died Chesterfield Twp.,
Macomb Co. MI. 14 Feb. 1867, buried in Hart Cemetery, Deerfield, MI. He married Anna Bodine. In 1844 William and
Anna were living in Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., NY, but in 1850 they removed with their family of seven children, to Michigan
and settled in Chesterfield twp. Macomb Co. He was a farmer and owned a farm in Chesterfield. Children (1) John born 1
Oct 1822, died 25 Apr 1860, buried Hart Cemetery. (2) Eleanor born Livingston Co. NY 9 July 1827 died Macomb Co 18
Feb 1907, married Isaac Devinney. (3) Marinda (Hannah Marinda born Livingston Co. NY in 1829 died 1907 Macomb Co,
MI. married Eben Carl. (4) Jane Ann born NY 1831, died Macomb Co. 1895, married Jeremiah Carl. (5) Sarah born 1834
(6) Elizabeth born 1837, married Samuel C. Farr (7) William Henry born 12 July 1839

William Sutfin:
Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files: William Sutfin; S14628, applied 14 July 1832 Clinton Co., NY. Soldier was born 22
Nov. 1753 at Bedminster in Somerset Co NJ. & he lived there at enlistment & lived there until 1783 then moved to Saratoga
NY, then moved to Greenwich (state not given) then returned to Saratoga, then returned to NJ for 5 years, then moved to
Plattsburg NY, soldier died 2 Aug 1832 leaving no widow but left children: William & Daniel Sutfin, Lydia Montgomery, Aurilla
Dory & Henrietta Smith.

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Index of 1830 Census, Monroe Co. NY; Town of Clarkson: Sulvan, William page 271. Note: also in Clarkson twp., Monroe
Co., NY are Aaron Sutvan and David Schenck husband of Ellen Sutphen.
1834 MI. State Census: Washtenaw Co., York twp. William Sutphen; Males 0,0,1,1,0,0,2, Females 0,0,1,0,0,0,1
Note: The next household in David Skank, Males, 1,2,2,2,2,1 Females 2,1,0,0,1..

William Sutphen:
1840 Census, MI. Washtenaw Co., Freedom Twp.: page 152 William Sutphen; Males 2 ages 0-5, 1 age 20-30, female 1
age 20-30.
Note; on page 154 David Schank. Also on page 41 Wm. & A.W. Sutvan.
1850 Census, MI., Oakland Co. Addison Twp.: #997 William Sutphen (age given as 25, should be 33), wife Eliza (error Elsie)
(age given as 33, should be 30), son Martin age 14, son Albert age 8, son Horace age 8, daughter Esther age 3.
Land Records, Lapeer Co. MI. (1) John Phipps to Wm. Sutphen, 16 Sept 1858, John & Hannah Phipps of Dryden twp. And
Wm. Sutphen of same for $300.00.
(2) Lydia Jackman of Dryden, 19 Dec. 1864 & William Sutphen of same for $800.00 - east ½ of NW ½ section 33 in
township 6, 80 acres. US Revenue - one dollar, L.A.J. Dec 20, 1864
1860 Census, Lapeer Co. MI. Sutphen, Wm.: Dryden, Lap.Co., MI. #168, age 53, male, white, , Farmer, worth $2400.- real
est. worth, $600.- personal worth. Born New York, wife Elsie age 50 keeping house born Connecticut, daughters Juliet age
15, Ella age 10, Clara age 8 all attending school, all born Michigan, also Wm. Keith age 80 born Conn. Retired farmer.
Lapeer Co. Land Records: Book1, page 597; William Sutphen bought from Lydia Jackman on 19 Dec. 1864 for $800., 80
acres in the township of Dryden.
Flint Gen. Quarterly Vol 25: Rec‟d of R.P. Aitkin the Town Bond of town of Flint, Genesee Co. of one hundred dollars to
which we, or our assignees are entitled as Volunteer credited to said town on call of President dated 1864 for 300,000 men
- each of us having in addition, rc‟d a Genesee Co. Bond for $100 on ap of same enlistment.: Horace W. Sutphen, & Wm.
Sutphen, Thornville, Lapeer Co., Mich.
National Archives, Hand written letter: Dryden, Jan 21, 1865: Sir, will you do me the favor to ascertain and send me a
certificate of credit where my son, Horice W. Sutphen was credited. He belonged to Co. F. 10 Mich Infantry and enlisted
last February. Please to direct to Thornville Mich and always yours, Wm. Sutphen.
1870 MI. Census, Lapeer Co. Dryden Twp. Wm. Sutphen age 56 worth $2,400 & $600, born New York, Farmer, wife Elsie
age 50 Homemaker, born Connecticut, daughter: Juliet age 15, Ella age 10 Clara age 8 all attending school. Also Wm
Keith age 80 Retired Farmer born Connecticut.

Dryden Twp. Upper left is Robert Swain, next is Henry Schanck, below is John Schanck, lower right is Wm. Sutphen.

1880 MI Census, Lapeer Co. Dryden Twp. Sutfan, Wm. White, male born New Jersey, 1816, age 62, farmer, wife Elcey
age 50 born New York, keeping house, also Swain James white, male age 21 farmer, and Clara age 19 his wife keeping
house., and baby Stella age 8/12 years.
Lapeer Co. MI. Land Records: William & Elcey M. Sutphen sold to Lyman W. Cooley on 26 Sept 1884 for $100., property.
The Lapeer Clarion: Died at his home in this village, Wednesday, Feb. 12, William Sutphen, aged seventy-six years. He
leaves a wife and three married daughters. The deceased had been a great sufferer from rheumatism for a number of
years.
Whigville Cem. Sec.29, Dryden Twp. Lapeer Co, MI: Sutphen, William, d. 12 Feb. 1890, age 73 yrs 10 mo 4 day, wife Elcey
M. Sutphen, b 23 Mar. 1818, d. 5 Oct 1897, also, Martin, son of Wm & E.M. Sutphen, d 18 Dec 1865, age 29, and William
Keith, d 2 May 1873, age 82 Ye 28 day. In the same family plot Swain, Jas. J., Co. B 106 NY Inf, Clara Swain - mother
                                         nd
1862-1955, Blycherl, Andres, husband (2 husband of Clara Sutphen Swain).
Miscellaneous Notes: Wm. Sutphin born 8 April 1817 NJ, died 12 Feb. 1890 Lapeer Co. MI., son Albert born in Michigan in
1839.

William G. Sutphin:
Old Oakland co. Families: page 87, Anneke Boyardus born Oct 1734 married 1760 William G. Sutphin; Children William
born 20 Dec 1761; Jacob born 2 Feb 1763; Isaiah born 9 July 1765; Degornia born 12 May 1769; and Nelly born 11 Nov
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William H.. Sutphen:
Macomb Co. MI. birth records: (Twins) 18 March 1868, females, legitimate, Jennie & Jessie Sutphin, born Lenox twp.,
parents William H. Sutphin, merchant, born New York, and Eliza J. Sutphin born Michigan.
1880 census, MI., Macomb Co. Sutphen, William W., white, male age 40, married, agent for musical instruments, born New
York, father born New Jersey, mother born - unknown, wife Eliza white age 40 keeping house, born MI., father born New
York daughter Ella A. age 17, born MI., son Arthur E. age 14 attending school, daughters Jessie and Jennie age 12
attending school.
1890 Census, Civil War Veterans: William H. Sutphin, Pvt., F. Co. 22 nd. MI. Inf. Aug. 1862 to Aug. 1865, 3 years, P.O. New
Haven, Macomb Co. MI.

William Harvey Sutphen: (John, John, William, Jacob, Dirck)
Alice Serrell Collection: Orion Twp. Library: Wm. Harvey Sutphin born Springfield on 12/22/1842 died 12/12/1924 married
                                             nd                       rd                                      nd
(1) Josephine Carl on 2/25/1874, married 2 Mary Mason, married 3 ___ Stout. Wm. Harvey served in the 22 Michigan
Regt., Children Bessie Eliza born New Haven.
Past & Present of Macomb Co.: page 660 Town Clerks, Lenox twp. William H. Sutfin 1868-69.
1880 Census Macomb Co, MI.: Sutphen, William H. Lenox twp., white, male age 36 farmer, born MI, wife Josephine age
29.
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: William Harvey Sutphin, born 22 Dec. 1842 Springfield, Oakland Co. MI., died
Oakland Co. MI. on 12 Dec. 1924. Married 25 Feb 1874 Josephine Carl who died 8 March 1893. William married (2) 25
March 1902 Mary Mason William was buried in the New Haven Cemetery. New Haven, MI. As a young boy he lived with
his parents on an 160 acre farm located near Big Lake in rugged, thickly wooded section of Oakland Co. At the age of 12
he became an orphan when his father died 7 Nov. 1854. His mother had died two years previously in March 1853. William
and his brothers and sisters went to live with their uncle, James Stout, who was named guardian 30 June 1855. Around
1857, probably after the death of his guardian, James Stout, William was living in New Haven, Macomb Co. MI. with the
William Green Carl family. Josephine Carl, who later became William‟s wife, was also living in the same household with her
uncle, William Carl. William served in the Civil War. Child of William Harvey and Josephine was Bessie Eliza born New
Haven, MI. 10 Nov. 1890, married at New Haven, MI 15 June 1912, Gerry Griffin Harris.

William Henry Sutphen: (John, William, Jacob, Dirck)
Familysearch.org: William Henry Sutphin born about 1795 New York, married about 1815 New York Anna Bodine.
1880 Census Index, Macomb Co, MI.: Sutphen, William H. Rr501 A.

William N. Sutphen:
Oakland Co. Marriage Record: Sutphen, William N. married Lillian Lake on Nov. 27, 1895
Oakland Co. Marriage Record: Sutphen, William N. married Fannie Sutton on 28 Jan. 1902.
Source Unknown: Will and Fannie Sutphin House: The two-story farmhouse located at 9080 Milford Road was build by
Fannie and Will Sutphin in 1838. Fannie Sutphin was the daughter of Nathan and Amelia Sutton and she had two children,
Nelson and May, from her marriage to Will Sutphin. After the death of her husband, she married John Clark and there were
no children form this marriage. The house is constructed in the “prairie” design with gable roof, wood siding and a stone
foundation. The original portion of the house was two-story with eight plastered rooms and simple pine trim.
Oakland Co. Death Record: 30 July 1912, William N. Sutphen, male, white, married, age 36 years, 8 months 21 days, death
from T.B., born MI., farmer, parents Melvin Sutphen & Lucinda Parish.

William Nelson Sutphen: (Nelson, Isaac, John, William, Jacob, Dirck)
Oakland Co. Marriage Record: Sutphen, William N., age 20, born Springfield, farmer, Father, Nelson Sutphin of White Lake,
married Lucinda Parrish of White Lake, on 5 Aug. 1856, Minister L.C. Lawrence, witnesses Nancy and Lawrence.
Alice Serrell Collection: Orion Twp. Library: William Nelson Sutphen, born Lyons, Wayne Co., N.Y. July 1827, married
8/5/1856 Lucinda Parrish born 1838, died 6/25/1915 (buried White Lake Cemetery Sec. 29 & 32, Springfield Twp). Children;
John Isaac born 5/3/1859, Emma Jane born 5/11/1861 died 8/21/1887, Spencer born 1864,
William Sutphin, by Gerry Sutphin Harris: William Nelson Sutphin born Springfield twp., Oakland Co. MI. 9 Nov. 1875; died
Rose twp. Oakland Co. Michigan 30 July 1812; married (1) at White Lake, MI. 27 Nov. 1895 Lillian Lake, married (2) at
Davisburg, Michigan 28 Jan. 1902, Fannie May Sutton, daughter of Nathan and Amelia (Johnson) Sutton. Like his father,
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William was a farmer. Between 1903 and 1905, William and Fannie removed to Pontiac, Michigan and later to Rose
Township. Children born Oakland Co., (1) Nelson born White Lake twp., later resided at Rose Center. (2) May Lucinda
born Pontiac, MI.; married ___ Tessems, resided Detroit. MI.

William Nelson Sutphen: (William, Nelson)
Oakland Co. Marriage Record: 28 Jan 1902, William N. Sutphen age 26 of Springfield son of Nelson and Lucinda, married
Fannie Sutten age 20 of Rose. Married in Davisburg.
Rose Center Cemetery, Holly, MI.: Sutphin, William N., father 1875 - 1912, Lot 154, also Nelson Sutphin 1903 - 1978 Lot
154.




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  Dedicated to Roger Swain, in memory of his everlasting enthusiasm regarding the research of this exceptional
                                                    family.


                               SWAIN ANCESTRY OF ANNETTE I.(WORGESS) BRANDES

                     1)      and wife Elizabeth
                     2)      and wife Mary Wier
                     3)    John Swain Jr. and wife Experience Folger
                     4)    . and wife Jemima Coffin
                     5)      and wife Lydia Gorham
                     6)      and wife Lurana     Folger
                     7)      and wife Nancy      Waldo
                     8)      and wife Elizabeth
                     9)      and wife Clara
                     10)     and husband
                     11)     and husband Harold Badgley
                     12)     and husband Leo Worgess

SWAIN;
"Quigg - Swain Ancestry" Page 63; The name Swain or Swayne, according to the Genealogical and Biographical History
of New Hampshire, is partly descriptive and part an old Scandinavian personal name - Sweyn, meaning a young lad.

"Swain and Allied Families" William. C. Swain;
Tradition says, that the Swain family descends from King , the Dane, who first invaded England in the year 994; again in
1003, and finally conquered it in 1013.

"History of Nantucket" Page 813;
Of the name, Patronymic Britannica says "It is a Scandinavian personal name of great antiquity, introduced here under the
Danish rule. Doomsday shows us several persons (tenants in chief and otherwise) called Svain, Suain, Suanus, Suuen,
Swen or Sueno, some of whom are specifically stated to have held lands under the Confessor Suain of Essex, supposed
by Morant to have been of Danish origin, was ancestor of the famous Henry de Essex, temp Henry II".

The Coat of Arms of several branches of the family appear to be similar. The following is the description of that of William
Swain. of London, Gent., who had his arms confirmed in 1612, on producing a grant to his ancestor, William Swain, bearing
date June 19, 1444: As. a chef. between. three pheons, or, on a chief __ as many maiden's heads couped ppr. craned of the
second d. Crest - A maiden's head couped ppr. craned or.

Of those Swains who settled in New England there were: (1) William, mentioned by Savage as "William Swain, Gentleman,"
born in 1585, came to Watertown, Mass., in 1635; was afterwards one of a commission sent to govern the colony of
Connecticut. (2) , born in 1600; came in 1635, settled first at Hampton, NH., and afterwards at Nantucket, Mass., where
there are still many of his descendants. (3) Jeremiah, at Charleston, Mass., in 1638, and one of the first settlers of Reading,
Mass. Have been unable to ascertain the connection, if any, between these three, each of whom has left numerous
descendants. The fact of same names being given to some of the children of all three families, and more especially of
Richard and, it seems to this author., kinship may be indicated.


Genealogical Records, Bible Records, Genealogical Data, Vital Statistics of Minnesota, Vol. 1 page 43-86 fiche 2
#60541211 LDS.

“The Swains or Swaynes and their Names”


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The name of Swain or Swayne is said to have been of ancient Danish origin and to mean “son of Swain” (from the
Scandinavian baptismal name of Swayn or Swain) or “a young lad”. It is to be found on the ancient records in England and
early Colonial records in the various forms of Swayne, Swayn, Swani, Svain, Swein, Sweyn, Sweyen, Sweyne, Swaine,
Swain, and Swayne, of which the last two are those most generally accepted today.

Families of this name were to be found at early dates in the various counties of York, Lancaster, Lincoln, Suffolk, Oxford,
Essex, Dorst, Somerset, and London, and were, for the most part, of the landed gentry and yeomanry of Great Britain.

Among the earliest records of the family bearing this name in England are these of Adam Filius Suani of Lincolnshire in the
year 1273, William Swain of the County of Suffolk about the same time, John and Robert le Swein of Oxfordshire in 1273,
Yorkshire in the latter part of the 14th century and William Swein of Somerset. Geoffrey le Sweyn of Norfolk County about
the end of the thirteenth century, Robert Swayne of Yorkshire in 1379 and Thomas Swayne of Somersetshire in 1444, who
was the ancestor of William Swayne of Swain of London in 1612.
It is not definitely known from which of the many illustrious lines of the family in England the first immigrants of the name to
America were descended, but it is generally believed that all of the families bearing the name were of common ancestry at a
remote period.
Probably the first of the name to emigrate to New England was William Swain or Swayne, who came to Watertown, Mass.,
in the ship “Elizabeth and Ann” from London in 1638. He soon removed to Wetherfield, Conn., and thence to Brandford
about 1644. He is said to have brought with him his children, Samuel, Mary, Daniel and another daughter whose name is
not known, but his wife is said to have died in England prior to the emigration of the family to America.
Samuel, eldest son of the emigrant William, settled at Newark, N.J., and is said to have been the father of Elizabeth, Mary
(died young), Phebe, Mary, Christin, Samuel and others.
Daniel, second and probably youngest son of the emigrant William resided at Branford, Conn., and was married about 1651
to Doeas Rose, by whom he had issue of nine children; Deborah, Samuel, Doreas, John, Joshua, Daniel, Rachel, David,
and Hannah.
One Richard Swain or Swayne is said to have came from England to Rowley, Mass., in the ship “Truelove” in 1635, being
preceded by his wife Elizabeth and his children, John, William, Francis, and Elizabeth, in another ship. It is possible that his
first wife gave him other children in England (New), an about 1658 he married the widow Jane Bunker, by whom he was the
father of Richard and possibly Dorothy.

John, probably son of the emigrant Richard, made his home at Nantucket and is said to have been the father by his first wife,
Mary Wyer of John, Stephen, Sarah, Joseph, Elizabeth, Benjamin and Hannah.

William, the son of the emigrant Richard, had issue by his wife Prudence, of William, Prudence, Hannah, Bethis, and
Hezekiah, as well as possibly others.
Francis, son of the emigrant Richard, removed to Middleburg, Long Island and is said to have had a wife named Martha, but
no children.

Richard, probably the youngest son of eh emigrant Richard, is believed to have been the father of among others, Abigail and
Jonathan.

Another early emigrant of this family to America was Jeremy of Jeremiah Swain or Swayne, who settled at Charlestown,
Mass., about 1636 and was later among the first settlers of Reading in t he same colony. By his wife Mary or Mercy, he is
said to have had Jeremy of Jeremiah, John, Mary, Elizabeth, Sarah and probably others, including a son named Henry.
Jeremy of Jeremiah, eldest son of the last mentioned emigrant was married about 1664 to Mary Smith and was the father of
Jeremiah John (d. young) John (d. young), Benjamin, Hephzibah, Sarah and Elizabeth.

John, son of the emigrant Jeremy or Jerimiah, is said to have had at least one son named John and possibly other children
as well.

Henry, possibly the youngest son of the emigrant Jeremy of Jeremiah, is said to have been married in 1679 to Hannah
Lothrop and possibly had issue by her, although no names are given.
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Others of the family who emigrated to America at later times, Nicholas Swain of Hampton in 1643, whose records are most
incomplete. Francis Swayne of Pennsylvania about 1710 who is said to have had issue by his wife Elizabeth Milton, of
William, Elizabeth, Ann, Francis, Jane, Sarah, and Edward; and Abner Swayne of Virginia, in the latter part of the eighteenth
century, who married Ann Nutt and had, Abner, William, Isaac, Joseph, Wesley, Sarah Ann, Rachel and Mary
The descendants of these various branches of the family in America have spread to practically every State in the Union, and
have aided as much in the growth of the country as their ancestors aided in the founding of the nation. They have been
noted for their energy, ambition, industry, integrity, piety, power of will, moral and physical strength, perseverance, fortitude,
courage and resourcefulness.

Among those who fought as Officers in the War of the Revolution was Ensign Ebenezer Swain or Swayne (Name found in
both forms on the Revolutionary records) of Pennsylvania. There were also many others in the ranks of the various New
England and Southern colonies.

William, Robert, Thomas, Samuel, Daniel, John, Richard, Jeremy or Jeremiah, Francis, Joseph, Benjamin and Ebenezer
are some of the names most highly favored by the family for its male members.
A few of the many members of the family who have distinguished themselves in America in more recent times are:
                 Noah H. Swayne of Virginia;      Jurist 1804-1884
                 Joseph Swain of Indiana          ,       Educator, 1857-1927
                 George Fillmore Swain of California, Civil Engineer, born 1857
One of the most ancient and frequently recurrent of the many coats-of-arms of the family is described as follows;
         ARMS, “azure, a chevrons between three pheone or, on a chief gules as many maiden‟s heads couped proper,
ori-zed of the neeond.”
         CREST, “A maiden‟s head couped proper, crined or.”
         source; Burke‟s “General Armory” 1884
Bibliography: The above data has been compiled chiefly form the following sources.
                 Bardsley       “English and Welch Surnames” 1901
                 Swain          “Pedigree of the Swain Family” 1895
                 Savage         “Genealogical Dictionary of New England” 1860
                 W.C. Swain     “Swain and allied families” 1895
                 Hettman        “Officers of the Continental Army” 1914
                                “The Americans: 1934
                 Burke          “General Armory” 1884
Taken from among the paper of Miss Sara Sabrina Sain
Presented by Mrs. Earl Farnam Thru, Graysolen du Lhut Chapter D.A.R.

SWAIN;
Within this compilation, is a expansive amount of information dealing with Isaac Newton Swain, Swain and Rev. Calvin
Harlow Swain. These will be the three original Swains ancestors to pioneer the Michigan frontier. Isaac and Aaron are
sons of Richard New York. Calvin is the son of Swain of NY. There does seems to be a family relationship for these
three men, perhaps they were cousins.

Calvin and Aaron both purchased land on June 16, 1832, in section 19, Jackson Co., Mi., from their county of residence;
Washington Co., NY.

SWAIN;
The oldest children of Abner Swain, of NY, pioneering to Lapeer Co. Mi. - are as follows;
                 1. born 1785 NY (Commissioner of Highways, Morristown ca 1821).
                 2. . born 1787 St. Lawrence Co., NY
                 3. , born 1794 NY.
                 4. , born 1800 St. Lawrence Co. NY.
                 5. , born 1801 NY.
                 6. , born 1803 St. Lawrence Co. NY.
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                 7. , born 1814 St. Lawrence Co. NY (son of William)
                 8. ., born 1818 St. Lawrence Co. NY (son of Charles).

SWAIN;
S.D.Brown Funeral Home Index (Lapeer, MI): Swain, ____ 04-17-06 age 6 arranged by Mrs. Swain, Book 4 Page 93.

SWAIN;
"A Lively Town, 152 in Rochester" (Michigan) Page 48; "The Most Fashionable Ladies" 1897 #10 Miss Swain.

SWAIN;
1916 Lenawee County, MI.; Plat Atlas, Page 38, Hudson, Hudson Twp., mid-way on north side of Lincoln St. ______ Swain.

SWAIN;
Cemetery Book; Park City Cemetery, Marquette, MI. book 3 page 18;
Swain, Baby, burial 10 Sept. 1914, Lot C4, 92.

A SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name: First Name:          Death:       Birth:      RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
419-14-3380 Swain             A.                     05/00/1987 08/06/1920 01 40211 40211 S500

ADA SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name: First Name:          Death:           Birth:        RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
423-22-9925 Swain             Ada                  01/00/1979      05/15/1892 01    36201


A I SWAIN;
"Michigan Pioneer & Historical Collection" Vol.. 2, Page 223, Calhoun Co. Pinckney (now Clarence) (regarding town notes
on elections) "Received fifteen dollars, it being avails of the sale of a Pony taken up as a stray by, A. I. Swain which was sold
on the 17th day of Dec. 1840".

A. J. SWAIN:
Coldwater, MI. newspaper Index; A.. Swain CR Aug 11, 1893 (grand-niece of General Sullivan

AARON SWAIN; (Richard)
1830 Michigan Census; Washtenaw Co. Saline Twp.; Aaron Swain Females; 0-2-0-0-0-1 / Males; 2-1-0-0-0-1.
"Landsmen of Jackson Co." Mi.,
Aaron Swain residing in Washington County NY., purchased in Jackson County Mi.,
(1) section 19, 40 acres, on 16 June 1832
(2) resident of Jackson Co., section 33, 40 acres, on 1 Aug. 1834
(3) section 11, 40 acres, on 1 Aug. 1834
(4) section 11, 22.88 acres, on 15 Apr. 1835

IGI Records: Swain, Aaron, married Louisa Morgan 8 Jan. 1834, Washtenaw Co. MI.

"History of Jackson Co." Page 487; 1837 Nov. elections - returns signed by - Aaron Swain.

1840 Michigan Census index; Swain #199 Jackson Twp. Jackson County, MI.
1850 Michigan Census Index; Aaron Swain Jackson Co., Tompkins Twp. #307



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1860 Michigan Census, Berrian Co. Watervliet, Page, 10 #83, #76, Line 17,; Aaron Swain age 62 Farmer worth $800.
personal property, $2,000 real estate. Born NY, wife Louisa age 49 born NY, son age 24, carpenter born Michigan,
daughter, , age 19 teacher born Mi., son Ira M ., age 14 born Michigan.

1860 Directory of Cass, Van Buren and Berrian Co.; Watervliet, section 35, A. Swain - 40 acres.
1871 Watervliet City Directory (Berrian Co. MI.); Aaron Swain, land owner, SE sec 35.

"History of Jackson County" Page 128, Joel Swain (son of Aaron and Claramond ); Aaron Swain of Royalton, Niagara Co.
NY., married         _______. He a native of New York, and she of Vermont. They left the State of New York, and came to
Michigan in October, 1828, and settled in Lodi, Washtenaw Co.; after living there about two years they moved to Pittsfield in
the same county, where Mrs. Swain died in 1833. Mr. Swain married the second time in 1834, Miss Louisa Morgan, and the
same year the family moved to Summit, this county, where Mr. Swain bought 160 acres of Government land; after improving
and living there till 1840, he moved to the township and settled on section 18. In 1853 he moved to Berrien County, where
he died in 1874

Washtenaw Co. Marriages; Swain to Louisa Morgan, 8 Jan. 1834, at town of Salina, by Smith Lapham JP. (LDS film
#014,830. 1835-1870 Washtenaw Co. marriage)

Berrian Co. Death records; (Page 128 #13) Aaron Swain died 19 March 1874, male, married age 76 years 4 months 12
days, died at Watervleit, born NY, Farmer, parents Richard and Swain of Royalton NY. Buried in Watervliet Cemetery.

"Michigan Heritage" #13 1971-72: Aaron Swain of Swain, Olney & Co. died 3-19-1874. Sawmill owner, Watervliet, Mi.
Buried in Watervliet.

The Pastfinder (Genealogy Association of South West Michigan) Vol.. 14, #1 Page 26 Watervliet city and Twp. cemetery;
       Swain, Aaron died, 19 Mar. 1874, age 76 years 4 month 12 days.
       Swain, Ira M. son of, A. & L.M.. died 10 June 1863.
       Swain, Laura . daughter of A. & L.M.. died 2 July 1861 age 20 years 7 months 2 days.

Swain, Aaron; History of Jackson Co. page 340, by C.V. DeLand - book located at Jackson, MI. Public Library and Library of
Congress.

AARON SWAIN;
"Michigana" Vol.. 14 #1 Page 11 Feb. 1969;
There also came in the spring of 1833 to the county, Hosea Baker and his son, Ambrose Baker. They purchased the land
944, 1848, Section 13, Township 6, Range 3, S pt of E 1/2 of NE 1/4 comprising the present site of Newburg. The father
returned to Pennsylvania for the family, and Ambrose remained and built a house under the hill, near a cold spring of
excellent water, and in August the father returned with his family, consisting of his estimable wife and several daughters,
some of whom were young ladies, who make the woods and river valleys fairly ring with their merry voices, and gave the first
vocal songs and religious melody these old hills and valleys ever hears. Some of them are still living, respected as they
deserve to be, by those who have had the pleasure of their acquaintance. Ambrose was a good hearted, cleaver fellow -
too good to become wealthy - and was recently called to the land of the Pa-ne-mor. Of his may kind acts to early settlers
there are now living witnesses. The family of Mr. Baker was considered the most valuable acquisition our settlement had
received. Mr. SWAIN and his wife (the latter a daughter of Mr. Baker) also came at the same time and settled half a mile
above Newburg. Mrs. Swain's first born, a daughter named Julia was the first white child born in the county. Mr. Swain
and wife were social, friendly, intelligent people, universally respected and esteemed. Baker's family had with them a boy
named Alexander Stevens now a resident of Bennington, I believe. (written by B. O. Williams and published in the Owosso
Weekly Press in May 1872).

1840 Michigan Census Index; #187 Shiawassee Co., Shiawassee Twp.
1850 Michigan Census Index; Aaron Swain Newaygo County, Page 4.


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Shiawassee Co. MI Land Records:
        Swain, & A (grantors) Betsey Miller (grantee) Lib. F, Page 318, 1842, Section 23, Township 6, Section 3, 112 rods
        of E 1/2 NE1/4
        Swain, Aaron (grantee) Wm. Black & Others (grantor) Lib G Page 458, 1844, Section 24, Township 6, Range 3, N
        1/2 W frac.
        Swain, Betsey & Aaron (grantors) Hiram Haight (grantee) Lib. H. Page 352, 1845, Section 23 Township 6 N,
        Range 3, Lot 18 rods by 12, at NW corner.
        Swain, Betsey A. (grantor) ? Nimon Clark (grantee) Lib H. Page 510, 1845, Section 23, township 6 N, Range 3, 15
        37/100 acres on E 1/2, N E 1/4.
        Swain, Betsey A. & Aaron (grantors) David Bush Jr. (grantee) Lib. J. page 473, 1845,    Section           23,
township 6, Range 3 E, 1 acre near north east corner.
        Swain, Betsey A. (grantee) Hosea Baker (grantor) Lib A., Page 2, 1836, Section 23,      Township 6, Range 3,
E., Description 6 1/2 N E 1/4.
        Swain, Aaron (grantor) N.P. Harder (grantee) Lib L Page 574,     Shiawassee Co.

"Exchange Bank of Shiawassee" officer Aaron Swain.

1850, Section 23 township 6 Range 3, 45 acres of Spt. of E 1/2 of NE  "Michigan Pioneer & Historical Collection" Vol.. 2,
Page 480; 1/4. Shiawassee county; Swain, Aaron, (grantee) Co. of Shiawassee. (grantor) Libre E., Page 362, 1841, Lot 3,
Blk 16, Corunna.

AARON SWAIN; (Mark, Roger, Roy, Wm.H, Gorham, Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Son of Mark and (Cain) Swain born 1 Apr. 1984.

ABEL
St. Lawrence Co. Index of Wills #4924;
Swain, , date of probate 1866, May 24, Book 10 Page 40. (A.B. the index book list an Abel Swain, but when I ordered the will,
the name was Abel Swan)

ABIGAIL ; (Richard)
"Births, Deaths, in Nantucket";
Abigail ye Daughter of Richard Swaine was born February ye 7, 1683.

ABNER ; (Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Nantucket Births:
Abner, husband of (daughter of Folger and {per A.B., error was made here in the spelling of her name, all other records
refer to }), Abner son of and (Pollard) (Gardner) (second Wife.) (per A. D., the mother being listed is also an error, Abner's
mother was Gorham) PR. 38 Private record, from the William C. Folger genealogical recorded in the possession of the
Nantucket Historical Association.

Quaker Records from Saratoga Monthly Meeting:
Marriage of Folger to Coffin on 21 Feb. 1782 was witnessed by Lurana Folger, Abner Swain and others.

Abner Swain and Lurana Folger were not married as of Nov. 1783, but they were married before June 14, 1784. Census
records for New York in 1850 suggest that William Swain (or a daughter possibly named Elizabeth) was the first born of
Abner and Lurana. Census records for Easton, New York in 1790 suggest that Wm. Swain and Mary Pollard had a
daughter living with them as well as Abner, Lurana, , and ? Elizabeth.

Children of Abner and Lurana were William br. ca. 1788, Iva br. ca. 1789, Charles br. ca. 1794, Robert br. ca. 1800,
Alexander br. ca. 1801, John br. ca. 1803, Nathan F. br. ca. 1806, James H. br. ca. 1811, possibly daughter Elizabeth born
bet. 1784 and 1790.


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Genealogy Record - Eliza Starbuck Barney, page 175, Abner Swain last child of Wm. Swain Jr. and Lydia Gorham, married
Lucinda Folger.

1800 Census, New York, Otsego Co., Springfield Twp, Page 57A:
3 males under age 10, 2 males ages 10-16, 1 male age 26-45, 1 female age 10-16, 1 age female 26-24 (also see Calvin
Swain)

Letters in the Post Office (Otsego Herald) 7-4-1805; 7-11-1805; 7-18-1805;
Richfield; Abner Swain/Swain from John Russell, P.M. July 1, 1805; 36:39.

1810 census, New York, Otsego Co., Springfield Twp., Page 220;
Swain, Free white males 2 ages under 10, 2 age 10-16, 1 age 16-26, 1 age 45 & older, free white females, 2 ages under 10,
1 age 16-26, 1 age 26-45.

In the same area of Otsego Co., in 1810 is a Swain between age 16-26 and female age between 16-26.

1820 Census New York, St. Lawrence Co., Morristown (town called Hague in 1820) Page 111, Abner Swain, free white
males, 2 age under 10, 1 age 26-45, 1 age 45 and over, free white females, 1 age under 10, 1 age 16-25 and 1 age 45 and
over, 6 persons engaged in agriculture. (see also Charles and William)

1830 Census NY., St. Lawrence Co., Gouveneur, Page 221 Abner Swain free white males 1 age 5-10, 1 age 40-50, free
white females, 1 under age 5, 1 age 30-40.

Approximate year of birth for Abner will fall between 1760 and 1765; researched through the following; (A.B.)         Abner:
1800 Census; age 26-45 poss. born 1774-1755
                             "     1810          "       " 45-up "          "    before 1765
                             "     1820          "       "   " "       "       "      "     1775
                             "     1840          "       " 70-80      "       "    1770-1760
The 1830 Census gives his age as between 40 & 50 which is not consistent with the other censuses.

The name ABNER SWAIN is listed (Page 295 "History of Nantucket") on a petition to the government of Mass. dealing with
the shipment of Corn and verifying the respectability of the Captain and owners of the vessel. Other Swain names included
were Robert Swain Jr, Swain, Swain, Swain, Rueben , Valentine Swain, Swain, and Swain.

The siblings of Abner Swain were, , , , , and a half sister.

"History of St. Lawrence County": Page 652;
The War of 1812 affected the town only slightly, there beings so very few dwellers at that time. The gang of pirates or horse
thieves mentioned in the history of Rossie and Morristown during the War of 1812, was very conspicuous in this town also.
We are under obligation to A. S. Partridge of Depeyster, who obtained the following incidents last summer from N.F. Swain,
his neighbor. Mr. Swain is now upwards of ninety years old, and his memory of what transpired in his younger days is
especially good, and the incidents, together with the dates, places and names were so impressed on his mind that they may
be relied upon as authentic. Mr. Swain's father, Abner , kept a tavern at the time on the windfall that grew up to briers, and
for this reason when the village started it was named "Brier Hill," now in Morristown. This was on the route of an Indian trail
and was frequented by people from Ogdensburg, Morristown, Hammond, and Rossie, many of whom were members of the
gang alluded to. Young Swain, then a bright boy of some ten or more years had a good opportunity to become familiar with
the names and operations of the band of thieves. The names of the principal ones of the gang that operated in the vicinity
of Chippewa Bay were James Pattersonthe leader; his brother, Ned John HagemanDaruis Carpenterand his son, John and
Zach Livingston. They had a spy, one "Binette," a Frenchmen, who was some way related to the Patterson, and worked
on the outside. The gang was well rigged out with scows, bateaux and small boats. They had several places on the island
in front of Chippewa Bay to secrete their plunder. One island near the Canadian shore could not be reached only by a
circuitous route and an obscure inlet, and there they kept most of their horses, as they could not be seen or heard when
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passing by on the water or from the shore. They had also several places up Chippewa Creek to secrete their plunder.
Their plan of operation was to send Binette out through the Canadian settlements on a pending tour. He being familiar with
the English as well as the French language could easily learn where the finest horses, cattle or merchandise were kept and
that knowledge was cautiously communicated to headquarters and at the proper time a raid was made on the settlement
thus spied out. Their plan was to start out well armed, with several boats and a scow, and leave them in the bushes at
different points near the place of operation. So in case they were hard pressed and their retreat cut off at one point, they
could go to another and find a boat. Their plundering expeditions became successful and the band was a terror to the
Canadians. The British had a garrison of reserves stationed in Kingston, commanded by one Major Carley, and the
soldiers were paid every month in specie, which was sent up in two or three divisions, by land and water, so in case of an
accident to one the other might be safe. Binette, through some of his French allies, learned that a bateau manned by three
Frenchman and an English officer would leave Montreal for Kingston with the specie, and would pass the Islands on such an
evening following. This news was communicated to the Patterson gang, who went prepared and laid in wait until the supply
boot came along, when they made a bold dash, overpowered the crew and took possession of the bateau and landed their
prisoners on an island. With the bateau and contents they made directly, under cover of darkness, for the American shore,
and thence up Chippewa Creek where the boat and specie were secreted for the time being. When this act became known
at Kingston, Major Carley selected a squad of men and rowed down to these island with the fierce intent of exterminating the
gang. They soon discovered their rendezvous and every man was prepared to fire at a moment's notice. Suddenly they
came upon the pirates who were in their boats, as they were passing around an island, and each soldier, taking deliberate
aim, fired. Four of the six pirates were killed outright, and James Patterson was mortally wounded. Zach Livingston, who
was in the same boat with Patterson, was unharmed, and rowed around the island and escaped. Patterson died soon after
reaching the American shore. Mr. Swain states that on that night, which was late in the summer of 1814, his father had a
beautiful mare, valued at $150, stolen and he believed that Livingston stole her. His father also had eleven head of fine
cattle stolen that summer.

ABNER (Simeon, Daniel, Peter, Joseph, John, Richard)
IGI; Mass. Abner Swain son of Simeon Swain and Susan born 07 May 1776 Nantucket, Nantucket Twp.

Nantucket Births:
Abner husband of Maria ("An English Woman, no children") Abner son of Simeon and Susan Coffin; born 7th, 5th month.
1776, PR38.

Nantucket Vital Records:
Death; Maria "An Englishwomen," w. Abner, burnt, Mar, 27, 1824.

Nantucket Vital Records:
Death; Abner, husband of Maria (An Englishwomen) Abner son of Simeon and Susan (Coffin) July 26, 1843. P. R. 38

ABNER C ; (Iva, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
St. Lawrence Historical Association Card File;
Abner Swain, Born 15 Aug., 1849 Morristown,, son of Iva C . and Lovina .

LDS Film #556598 Vitals 1869-1902 St. Lawrence Co. NY.
Male - August 15 1849, parents Iva C. and Lovina Swain.

Abner C. Swain born 15 Aug. 1849 married 1st Francis E mma ______ children Francis born ca 1879 and William R .
born March 1881 died Aug. 14, 1881. Married 2nd ?, married 3rd Almeda Kile who had been married to Abner's brother
Horace , until Horace's death in 1910. Abner died in Mexico.

1880 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 14 ED 159 Sheet 11 Line 13);
Swain, Abner, white, male, age 29 born NY., living Lapeer County, Arcadia Twp., with wife Emma F age 20 born Michigan,
and daughter Francis E. age 9/12 born Michigan.


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ADA SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:     423-22-9925
Last Name:       First Name:    Death:        Birth:                     RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
Swain               Ada            01/00/1979        05/15/1892            01   36201

ADA M SWAIN; (Alson)
Jackson Co., MI. Births;
. Swain born Oct. 10, 1875, female, white, born Brooklyn, MI. to . and Lizzie of Concord, Mi., father born Mi., harness maker,
mother born NY.

ADAM SWAIN;
St. Lawrence Co. NY, Index of Wills #1750
Adam death 11 Aug. 1897, probate 14 Feb. 1898, book 30 Page 519.

ADDIE ;
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 9 Ed 81 Sheet 7 Line 15)
Swain, Addie; white, born Michigan Nov. 1884, age 15, living in Watervliet Twp., Berrien Co., Mi., sister-in-law to Fowler.

ALBERT SWAIN:
Coldwater Michigan newspaper index: Albert Swain CR Jan 18, 1878 Se 1‟93 (d.) page 3

ADELBERT SWAIN; (John Alexander, Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co. Birth Records; Swain Vol.. 2, page 14, #5690, 30 Nov. 1878, born Attica, parents and Swain.
1894 Michigan State Census, Lapeer Co.; Swain residing in household. Delbert age 15 born Michigan, father born NY,
mother born Michigan, farm laborer.

Oakland Co. Michigan Marriages Records: Book 4 Page 135
Delbert Swain married Marguerite Strubble 27 July 1908, Oakland Co. MI.
1910 Michigan Soundex, Oakland Co. Clarkston (070 0127 0029);
Delbert Swain age 31 born Michigan, wife age 29 born Michigan, son George D .

Oakland Co. Death Records; Book 4, Page 22, #1942;
21 Aug. 1914, Delbert Swain, male, white, married, age 36 years 8 months 9 days, Waterford, Michigan. Death by own
hands, born Michigan, laborer, parents Alex Swain and Wood.

Cemetery Book; Delbert Swain died 8-21-1914 age 36 years 8 months 9 days, buried Sashabaw Plains, MI, father Alex
Swain, mother Susan Wood, both of Michigan.

AGNES SWAIN;
Wayne County, Ohio: Marriage Records, Vol.. 4A, Page 295;
I hereby certify that Jacob Hook and Swain were legally joined in Matrimony on the 15th day of January 1840 by me. J. H.
Jones _______ of the Gospel.

AGNES SWAIN; (Wife of James Swain born Lancashire, England)
Flint Journal: 17 Oct. 1952;
The bodies of two Flint women killed in the Oct. 8 train wreck in England arrived by airplane in Detroit today and are being
brought to Flint.   The women were Mrs. Agnes Swain, 61 of 2206 Torrance St. and Mrs. Mary Burton. A third Flint women
Mrs. James Robinson, 1722 Maplewood Ave. died Wed. She was the sister of Mrs. Swain.             Services for Mrs. Swain will
be at 1 PM Mon. at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, burial will be in Flint Memorial Park. The body will be at Brown Funeral
Home until 11 AM Monday. Mrs. Swain was born at Wigan, England. She married SWAIN 8 Oct. 1909. He died 26


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Nov. 1949. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ronald Smith and Mrs. Donald Meints, Flint, a son Arthur, Flint; three sisters
and two brothers, all of Wigan, England; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

AL SWAIN;
Flint Journal, Jan. 26, 1998;
Quality of life? Al Swain, who works for the Capital Area Center for Independent Living, told lawmakers at a hearing last
week that they should ban assisted suicide. Legalizing it would pressure people like him to kill themselves so they wouldn‟t
be perceived as a burden.
Swain is legally blind, has multiple sclerosis and uses a wheelchair. He said people often have the wrong idea of what it‟s
like to live with disabilities. He is married, travels and enjoys his job. “I‟m having a damn good time, and I don‟t want that
to stop,” he said.

ALAN D SWAIN;
Kent Co., Mi. Marriage Index;
Swain, ., married Minnie , Book 15, Page 19.

ALAN D SWAIN;
Manistee County, Michigan Death Index: Lib 3, Page 162.

ALBERT SWAIN;
1860 Michigan Census Index: Swain, Branch Co. MI. 975.

IGI Record;
        Albert Swain married Sharp 7 Mar 1872 Branch Co. MI.
        Albert Swain married . Clay 22 Feb. 1877 Branch Co. MI.
        Albert Swain married Packard 3 Apr. 1880 Branch Co. MI.

1880 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 3 ED 38 Sheet 44 Line 27);
Swain, Albert; white, male, age 32 born Michigan, living Branch County, Union Twp. with wife Ida age 25 born Michigan, and
son age 2 born Michigan.

1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 48 Ed 27 Sheet 4 Line 1);
Swain, Albert; white, born Michigan March 1848 age 52, living Bear Lake Twp., Manistee Co. Mi., with wife Ida M., ? son
born Michigan March 1865, son Leo C. born Michigan April 1878, son . born Michigan Nov. 1883, son . born, Mi. Feb. 1899.

Manistee Co., MI. Death Index; Swain, Albert, Book 3, Page 162.
Branch Co. burial records: Swain, Albert, 1848 - 1922.

ALBERT SWAIN;(?John)
"Cemetery Inscriptions & Records 1881 - 1986 Branch Co., MI." Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Mi.;
Swain, Albert; born Niagara Co., NY, died Coldwater 30 Aug. 1893, age 57, male, married, farmer, parents born MA., lot
182, sec C, Vol.. OB - 129.

ALBERT SWAIN;
1860 Census Index, Michigan, Wayne Co. (Page 74 Line 26)
Albert Swain, living in Hamtramck Twp., Albert age 29, farm hand, Personal Property worth $40.00 born Ohio, wife . age 24
housewife, born Ohio, daughter . age 10 attending school born Ohio, son . age 7 attending school, daughter . age 3 born
Michigan.

"History of Detroit and Michigan" by Farmer (The Newspaper Graveyard) Page 680
"The Popular Era" - a weekly news at $1.00 devoted to the interest of colored people, was first issued by Albert Swain on 31
May 1879 & was discontinued in November.
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ALBERT SWAIN;
Branch Co. MI. Burials: Swain, Albert born 1848, died 1922

ALBERT THOMAS SWAIN;
Branch Co. MI Cemetery Inscriptions - died 1867, Fry-Dutch School, Noble Twp. son of J. & H. Swain age 8 months and 26
days.

ALBERT W SWAIN;
"Polk Directory City of Detroit"
        1910 - Swain, . extrac maker, boards 769 Franklin.
        1912 - Swain, Albert machinist, boards 758 Franklin.

ALBERTUS SWAIN; ??(David, Richard, Joseph, John, Richard)
First Census of the U.S. 1790 New York; Page 66,
Swain, , Columbia Co., Hudson, NY, 1 male age over 16, 3 males age under 16, 5 females.

ALDRIDGE B SWAIN; (Charles, Joseph)
1894 MI. State Census: T. L. Keeler household, Delbert Swain age 15, hired man, born MI., father born NY, mother born MI.
Living at this home for 6 months.
1910 Michigan Soundex; 011 0022 0059;
Swain, , white, age 32, born MI, residing with wife , white age 34 born MI.
Coldwater Michigan newspaper index: Aldridge B. C. Oct 28,.1903 (m. to Hattie M. Kline)
Berrien Co. MI. Burials: Swain Aldridge B., born 1877 died 1954.

ALEXANDER SWAIN; (Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Oakland Co. Addison Twp., Lakeville Cemetery, plot #111;
Owner Swain. 1st plot Alexander wife of Alexander 1827 -1857, ? 3rd plot Alexander Swain 1801 -1886. 5th plot dg. of
A. & A. Swain. 6th plot Lydia A wife of Dudley 1829 - 1851. #133 . Dernberger 4. Homer J. Dernberger 1859 - 1949 6. .
Swain 1869 - 1926 &. . Swain 1833 - 1903.

Possibly had earlier child, Robert Alexander married to Rachel 1827 - 1857.

1850 Federal Census Lapeer Co. Mi. Page 58;
Swain, Alexander, Dryden Twp. Dwelling #464 Family # 468 Page 351R; Alexander Swain age 49 Male, Farmer, Real
estate value $800, born NY, wife age 44 born Nova Scotia, son age 17 born NY, attending school, daughter Lois
Swainage 16 born NY attending school, daughter age 13 born NY, attending school, daughter age 7 born NY attending
school.

Lapeer Co. Land Records:
       1. Book K, Page 206; Alexander Swain, 21 July 1845, 8:30 a.m. bought from . Ross & wife of Mintz, Cayuga Co.
           NY, for $400.00, East half of N.W. fraction at quarter of section 30 in township 6 (Almont) north of range 11 east
           in district of Land subject to sale at Detroit, MI. 81 4/100 acres. (Alexander of town, county & state aforesaid)
       2. Book P, Page 466; Alexander Swain on 10 Sept. 1853 bought from Howe of Metamora 120 acres for $800.00,
           signed & sealed in the presence of Barrows and . Swain.
       3. Vol.. P., Page 466; 10 Sept. 1853, Ebenezer Howe and , his wife of Metamora, MI., and Alexander Swain of
           same place for $800., land in Twp. 6 (Almont) 120 acres, signed in the presence of Eber Barrows and M.S.
           Swain.
       4. Vol.. Q, Page 593; 18 Feb. 1854, Alexander Swain and his wife Abigail of township of Dryden, sold to . Swain of
           aforesaid for $700. 80 acres in township 6, witnesses Newton JP. and Swain.

Lapeer Co. Deeds (LDS film #0974369) 1855, Alexander Swain and wife deeded land to Hagermann.
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1860 Michigan Census Index: Swain, Alexander, Oakland Co., Mi. #600

1880 Michigan Soundex (Vol.. 21 ED 247 Sheet 22 Line 22);
Swain, Alexander, white, male, age 79 born NY., living Oakland County, Addison Twp., with wife Julia A. age 48 born NY.,
daughter Mary age 9 born Michigan and Lois age 1 born Michigan.

Oakland Co. Death Record: Page 301;
Alex Swain died 4 April 1886 male, white, married, age 85, cause Old Age, born New York, Farmer, father SWAIN, mother
SWAIN.

ALEXANDER SWAIN; (Ira, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
1870 Michigan Census Lapeer Co., Dryden Twp. Line 12;
Alexander Swain, age 21, male, white, farm laborer, net worth $350., born New York, residing in home of Ethan Squire.

1894 Michigan State Census, Lapeer Co., Arcadia Twp., #155,159;
Swane, Elick (Alex) age 42, male white, married, born NY parents born NY., farmer, residing in Michigan 40 years, wife
Fannie age 20 (1 child) born MI., parents born Canada, son Martin age 17, daughter Phebe age 16, son Delbert E. age 14,
Robert age 12, daughter Loais L. age 9, son Edwin age 7 and daughter Minnie C. age 2.

1900 Michigan Soundex (Vol.. 43 ED 29 Sheet 3 Line 99);
Swain, Alexander, White, male, born July 1849 age 50 born NY., living Lapeer Co., Arcadia Twp., with wife Fannie born Oct.
1872 age 27 born Michigan, son Robert born Aug. 1881, Michigan, age 18, son Eddie born Sept. 1887 Michigan, age 12,
daughter Almeda born Jan. 1897 Michigan age 3, son Joseph born Feb. 1899 Michigan, age 1.

Lapeer Co. Death Records;
Minnie Swain, female, white age 4 years 9 months 5 days, died in Arcadia, cause Typhoid Fever, born Mi. to Alexander and
Fannie Swain of Arcadia.

Lapeer Co. Death Records; (Book B, Page 228, #10850);
6 June 1906, Alexander Swain, male, white, married, age 56 years 10 months 26 days died in Arcadia of Pulmonary
Tuberculosis, born New York, farmer, parents Ira Swain & Lovina Wescott.

ALEXANDER SWAIN;
1850 New Jersey, Lower Twp. page 63, #695, 773, page 63, Alexander Swain age 35 farmer worth $2,000., Louisa age 27,
John age 1.

ALEXANDER SWAIN;
Oakland Co. Death Records: Sept 187-, Eva & Ida Swain age 24 days, parents Alexander & Julia Swain.

ALEXANDER SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name: First Name:          Death:       Birth:      RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
422-01-9627 Swain             Alexander           03/00/1982 08/10/1914 14  60649 -0-


ALFRED SWAIN;
1910 Michigan Soundex;(013 0051 0195);
Swain, Alfred; head of house, white, age 41, born England, living with wife Lena age 41 born Ill., son Walter age 17 born Ill.,
son Edward age 15 born Mi., son Alfred Jr. age 11 born MI, daughter Louise age 8 born MI.

ALFRED SWAIN;
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"Polk Directory City of Detroit"
        1910 - Swain, Alfred clerk Am. Lady Corset Co. boards 777 Howard
        1911 - Swain, Alfred rubber worker, rooms 416 Concord.

ALFRED C SWAIN; (Fred A)
Branch Co., MI. Birth Index; Swain, Alfred, Page 22, #309;
Born Nov. 11, 1897, male, white, born Union Twp., father Fred Swain born Missouri, farmer, mother Mary born NY.

Branch Co. MI., Burials: Swain, Alfred C. born 1897, died 1957.

ALFRED T SWAIN;
Branch Co., MI. Burials, Swain, Alfred T. born 10 Sept 1921, died 20 Nov. 1967. WWII

ALGIE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:         Death:             Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
424-14-5095 Swain                Algie                  08/00/1966       01/15/1888     01   35054 -0-

ALICE SWAIN;
“Roots” May-June 1995 PAGE 265
Swain, Alice born 1854 Fairfield Ohio ; Ref. #50726, Ann Hoffman, PO Box 152, Waldport, OR 97394.


ALICE M SWAIN;
Branch Co. MI. Burials: Swain, Alice M., born 1910

ALICE U SWAIN; (Tyler, Lafayette, Charles, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Cemetery Records of Niles Twp Berrien., MI., Old Silverbrook Cemetery, born 1891

ALLEN D SWAIN;
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 39 ED 55 Sheet 17 Line 26) ;
Allen Swain; white, born Mi. Oct. 1869 living at 112 Holister St. Grand Rapids, Kent Co. Mi., with wife Mildred born Mi. July
1875, son Allen D. Jr. age 6/12 born Nov. 1899.

ALMA SWAIN;
1860 Michigan Census Index: Swain, Alma, Jackson Co. MI. 267.
See Elna Swain.




ALMEDA SWAIN;
Lapeer Co. MI Marriages: Book 5, page 92, #1257;
License Nov. 20, 1912, A.C. Swain age 61, white, resident of Medina, Mexico, born NY, Farmer, son of Iva C Swain and
Lavina Wescott, married twice before. Almeda Swain (Almeda Kile) age 51, white, resident of Arcadia, born Attica,
Housekeeper, daughter of Ephraim Kile and Cordelia Shafer, married once before. Married Nov. 25, 1912 at Lum, B.G.
Halliday, Clergyman. Witnesses: Frank and Lillia Bentley, residents of Arcadia.

ALMEDA SWAIN; ( John Alexander, Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co. Birth Record; book page 201 #9225;
10 Feb. 1897 Almeda Swain born Arcadia to Alex & Fannie Swain.

1910 Michigan Soundex, Lapeer Co. (053 0031 0091);
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Leah, Joseph and Almeda Swain in home of stepfather, Addison Grovebeck.

ALMEDA SWAIN;
Standard Atlas of Lapeer Co. Mi. (1921) Arcadia section Meda Swain 80 acres.
"The Brewster Family" Almeda Kile married Horace Swain. She was a descendant of William Brewster of the Mayflower,
as follows: Almeda born to Ephriam Kile and Cordelia Schaffer, Ephriam born to William Kile and Caroline Brewster,
Caroline 1st child of Ezra Brewster, Ezra 3rd child of Eliphez Brewster, Eliphez 2nd child of Charles Brewster, Charles 2nd
child of Ebenezer Brewster, Ebenezer 4th child of William Brewster, William 5th child of Benjamin Brewster, Benjamin 6th
child of Jonathan Brewster, Jonathan 1st son of Elder William Brewster from Nottinghamshire, England, William Brewster
(4th) Elder of the Pilgrims who came on the Mayflower .

Lum Cemetery, Arcadia Twp. Lapeer Co. MI.;
Almeda Swain born 1860 died 1922, plot 2 row D line 5, lot 182.

ALMIRA SWAIN;
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 54 Ed 117 Sheet 8 Line 53);
Almira Swain, white born New York April 1863, living in Jasper Twp., Midland Co. Mi. daughters; Bertha born Mi. Jan. 1885
age 15, Mable born Dec. 1888 age 11, Laura L. born Aug. 1890 age 9 and Estelle born Nov. 1893 age 6.

ALPHA SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:      Death:                Birth:         RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
418-90-4466     Swain          Alpha          03/00/1978          04/22/1891 01     36323 -0-

ALSON SWAIN;
1880 Michigan Soundex,(Vol.. 11 ED 121 Sheet 25 Line 39);
Swain, A.L., white, male, age 37 born NY., residing in Jackson Co. Jackson City, 117 Washington St. with wife Lizzie, age 32
born NY., daughter Ella Spencer age 14 born Michigan and daughter Addie age 5 born Michigan, also three boarders.

1900 Michigan Soundex (Vol.. 34 ED 8 Sheet 8 Line 84);
Swain, Alson, white, born Michigan Dec. 1843 age 56, living at 314 W. Pearl St. Jackson, Jackson Co. Mi. with wife Lizzie
born New York May 1848.

ALSON M SWAIN;
Lenawee County Michigan Marriage Index: 5/14/1873, Alson M. Swain Book C, page 177.

ALONZO SWAIN; (Lafayette, Charles, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
"Family Surname File" by C.W. & M. Smallman, Hermon, NY LDS file # 1276156;
Alonzo Swaine age 57, Carpenter, Lette his daughter. Hammond Dist 1, Page 12

1860 NY Census Index:
Swain, Alonzo R., Wyoming Co. NY #551, Middlebury.

LDS film St. Lawrence NY., Sheldon to Weston #1276186;
Alonzo Swain born Morristown 3-Sept.-1848, son of Lafayette and Elizabeth (Return of town clerk Marshall Pages, Jan. 27,
1847 for year ending Dec. 31, 1848)

St. Lawrence Co. Index of Wills #13059;
Swain, Alonzo; Died 23 Apr. 1931 Probate 29 May 1931 Book 71 Page 365, Letters Book 41 Page 409, and Book 29 Page
246. Inventory filed 2 July 1931, date of settlement 1 Feb. 1957 decrees Book 35, 315; Jan. 29, 1951 Book 32, 631, Jan. 30
1933 Book 23, 44. Minutes & orders; Book 60 Page 276, Book 56 Page 554, Book 63 Page 198, Book 62 Page 143, Book 59
Page 132, Book 61 Page 248.
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"Last Will and Testament";
I, Alonzo W. Swain, of the Town of Hammond, in the Co. of St. Lawrence and State of New York, being of sound mind and
memory, do make, publish and declare this my last Will and Testament, in manner following, that is to say;
1st: - I direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid.
2nd: - I direct that Two Hundred ($200.00) Dollars be given The Pleasant Valley Cemetery Association as an endowment
         for the Alonzo W. Swain lot and the income there from be used each and every year for the care and upkeep of said
         lot.
3rd:     I direct that a certain mortgage or mortgage I hold on the house and lot of John Kellet at Alexandria Bay, said
         mortgages totaling app. $1800.00 be canceled at my death.
4th: - I direct that all the income from the remainder of my estate to be given my daughter Mable Kellet or be given her
         Committeeman for her use and at her death the principle be divided share and share alike between Elizabeth
         O'Connor, Fred            Burns and Ada Pitcher.
Last: I hereby appoint John Kellet executor of this, my last will and testament, 3, July 1928. Witnessed by Edalene I.
         Forrester residing at Hammond, NY and Lee R. Smith residing at Hammond, NY.

Pleasant Valley Cemetery, St. Lawrence Co. NY., Gravestone;
Swain, Alonzo W. 1848-1931; wife Lucretia L . Smith 1856-1885, son Osborne . 1872-1873.

ALONZO SWAIN;
Muskegon Co. Footprints; Vol.. 5, April 1986, page 46
Alonzo Swain, Zanesville Telephone & Telegraph Co. 1902 Directory.


ALVIN SWAIN; (John F.)
Michigan Census Index 1850;
Alvin/Elvin Swain, Shiawassee. Co. Vernon Twp. Page 47 .

1850 Michigan Census, Shiawassee Co., Vernon Twp.;
Family of Levi Bronson and wife Wealthy, age 39; Alvin Swain age 11 born Mi. (Idiotic) Jane age 8 born Mi. in school, and
Perry age 6 in school.

1860 Michigan Census Index; Swain, Alvin, Shiawassee Co. MI. 751.

ALVY SWAIN;
18-- Michigan Soundex;
Alvy Swain age 29 born Indiana, wife Jennie age 27 born Ohio, sons Clarence age 6 born Michigan, Secill age 1 born
Michigan, daughter Lephee age 5 born Michigan, & Ladell age 3 born Michigan (Vol.. 7 Ed 101 Sheet 12 Line 8).

ALZINA SWAIN;
IGI Records;
Alzina L. Swain married John Fimsey 16 Apr. 1882, Branch Co. MI.

AMELIA SWAINE;
IGI Records; Amelia Swaine married Henry Laport 19 Oct. 1879 Lake Co. Mi.

ANDREW SWAIN;
Berrien Co. Death Records; (Libra B Page 214 #83);
Andrew Swain died 28 Feb. 1897, male, widower, age 62 years 8 months 9 days, died at Buchanan Mi., cause LaGrippe,
born New Hampshire, parents unknown. Superintendent of Schools.

ANGELINE SWAIN; (Charles, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
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Mormon Archive Record;
Angeline Swain daughter of Charles Swain and Nancy Waldo born 5 Dec. 1829 Morristown, NY. married Robert McWilliams
20 Dec. 1849. She died 5 Apr. 1923.

LDS FILM#1310660 records of births, deaths, marriages Hermon, NY., St. Lawrence Co. - item 1 Rec. 240 Dec. 20, 1893
- Charles D. McWilliams (groom) of Hammond NY age 31 farmer, born Hammond NY, father Robert McWilliams, mother
Angeline Swain, 1st marriage, Bertha E. Pauter (bride) of Morristown NY age 20 born Morristown, father John Pauter,
mother Elizabeth Cornell, Rev. Charles E. Green, registered Jan 15, 1894.

ANIS W. SWAIN:
Coldwater Michigan newspaper Index: Anis W. S(Mrs.) CR Dec 30, 1884 (burial)

ANN SWAIN;
Michigan Census Index 1850; Ann Swain, Hillsdale Co., Adams Twp #471.

1850 Michigan Census Hillsdale Co. Adams Twp. Page 471 Line 1. Ann Swain, age 25, born NY, living in house of Elizabeth
Post age 59 worth $500. born NH, and her 5 children ages 27 - 14.

Burial, Hillsdale Co. MI., W. Reading Cemetery: Annie Swain his Wf., (George E. Smith) Nov. 17, 1826 - Sept. 19, 1901.

ANNALISA SWAIN; (Gorham, Iva, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co. MI Marriages: (Book 4, page 210 #2285);
24 Jan. 1900 William Benhnke age 22, resident of Imlay, born Germany, Farmer, father William Benhnke mother Rena
Fealdon, married Anna Swain age 21, white, Housekeeper, father Gorman Swain mother Hannah Carr; Clergyman O. M.
Thompson, witnesses Iveton Jackson and Hannah Swain, residents of Lapeer..

(Per notes of Roger Swain);
Anna born 1879, married 1. William Behnicke 24 Jan 1900 2. Anthony Roney 19 Apr. 1905 died 1939.

The Clarion, Friday, Jan., 26, 1900, column 1;
Married Wednesday by Rev. C. M. Thomson, at the parsonage, Wm. Behnke of Imlay City to Miss Anna Swain of Lapeer.

ANNA SWAIN;
S.D. Brown Index; Lapeer, Michigan;
Swain, Anna 9-9-1880, burial arranged by Gorham Swain, Lapeer, Book 1, Page 62. Wf. of Gorham.

Lapeer Clarion, September 16, 1880;
Died In Lapeer, Sept. 9, Anna, wife of Gorham Swain, aged 30 years.

ANNA SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:               Last Name:      First Name:       Death:            Birth:               RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
418-32-2799 Swain                Annie                05/17/1988      06/16/1905      -0-     35160 -0-

ANNA SWAIN;
"Cemetery Inscriptions & Records 1881 - 1986 Branch Co. Mi." Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Mi.;
Swain, Anna Saxton, born Coldwater, died Coldwater 26 Aug. 1935, age 68 years, 10 days,, female, widowed, (Lee
Saxton), Lot 76, Sec 2, Vol.. 2 - 116.

ANNA SWAIN;
"Polks Ionia City & County Directory 1911";
Swain, Anna (widow of Henry) residing at Lake Odessa.
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ANNA MAE SWAIN:
See Ira Swain.
Cemetery in Ionia Co. MI., Higbee Cemetery, Orleans Twp.; Swain Anna Mae. died 1-17-1964

ANNA W SWAIN;
"Cemetery Inscriptions & Records 1881 - 1986 Branch Co. Mi." Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Mi.;
Swain, Annas W.; born Nantucket, MA, died Coldwater 21 Aug. 1884, age 74, married, parents born MA., Lot 763, sec OP,
Vol.. OB - 77.
(Possibly wife of John H. Swain)
“The Courier” Coldwater, MI., 30 Aug. 1884; A Card - The family of the late Mrs. John H. Swain desire to express their
gratitude to the kind friends who rendered such efficient aid and sympathy during her illness and at the time of her death.
Thanks are also due to those who contributed floral offerings and to those who so kindly rendered the service of song at the
funeral service.
“The Courier” Coldwater, MI., Last week we briefly mentioned the death of Mrs. John H. Swain at her residence on W.
Chicago St. in this city on Thursday, August 21, 1884 aged 74 years. Mrs. Swain was born in Nantucket, Mass. where she
spent the earlier years of her life. Since then she has resided at different times in the States of New York, Indiana, and
Michigan, - the last few months of her life being spent in Coldwater. Posed of an amiable and quite disposition and always
desirous of rendering those around her happy. As a parent she was ever solicitous for the welfare of her children, and
through her whole life never ceased her efforts for their best interests. Her aged husband ,with five sons and three
daughters are left to mourn her loss, together with a large circle of sympathizing friends. Her last illness, though severe in
character was brief in duration and after a few days of suffering patiently endured she passed quietly away to the land of rest
and peace.

ANNIE SWAIN;
Burials; Hillsdale Co., MI.; Allen Twp.; Swain, Annie, Nov. 17, 1826 - Sept. 19, 1901.

ANNIE SWAIN;
Genealogical Helper Jan-Feb 1995 “Roots”
Swain, Annie, born 1843 Platte MO.; contact # 49899; Jack A. Baumgartner, 16450 Havenhurst Dr. Houston, TX.

ANNIE E SWAIN;
Berrien Co. Marriage Records; Annie E. Swain to John Willis Quackenbush.

ANNIE PATON SWAIN;
"Almont - The Way It Was" Page 61
Amelia Dickerson by Annie Paton Swain.
Many memories come back to me when I remembered about Miss Dickerson. Her home was a small weather-beaten
house on E. St. Clair Street just west of that was the Ike Beach residence, but which has been the Hamilton home for may
years. The yard sloped up to the steps and was covered with myrtle which was in bloom most of the time.
The family consisted of frail mother, a sister, who was injured in a fall when just a child and could never walk, and a brother
Jess, who was tubercular and unable to work. Amelia was their sole support. Another sister, Mrs. Frank Johnson, lived
in Lowell, Michigan where her husband was editor of the local paper. She and her daughter Ola, used to come home for a
visit each summer, and to the rest of us youngsters, we thought of them as coming from a foreign land.
In my mind‟s eye I can still see her standing, pointer in hand, before a chart, teaching the beginners their ABC‟s. Starting
with my oldest brother she brought all of our family safely into third grade, with the same chart, same songs, and same on
materials. In those days nearly all the children brought their lunches and played together through the noon hour, but Miss
Dickerson was not there. No matter what the weather--hot, cold, rain, or snow--she went home every noon to see that all
was well. We would watch for her coming back and meet her down by the Methodist Church, (corner of Church and School
St.) just before the last bell rang. Weather or not she had time to eat lunch was more than we know, but she was never
late.


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During the 1890‟s her dear ones slipped away one by one, and in 1900, she gave up her life work, sold her house and went
to live with a cousin in New York.
Recently in looking over some old papers I found a note from my father, John H. Paton, saying he was having a service that
day for the funeral of my first teacher, Amelia Dickerson. That was in March of 1910.
Many are still living who remember her, and I am sure honor her for her loyalty,       ars of labor and devotion to duty.
There must be many stars in her crown.
Almont (Hough) Cemetery;
Annie Paton Swain b. 12 May 1883 died 7 Feb. 1969.

ANNIE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:        Death:            Birth:       RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
416-88-0787 Swain                Annie                07/00/1983       05/08/1909 01   36351 -0-

ARCHIE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:        Death:            Birth:       RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
416-24-5033 Swain                Archie               02/00/1966      06/07/1911 01   35014 -0-

ARCULA SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:        Death:            Birth:      RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
420-28-7737 Swain                Arcula               05/00/1984     06/05/1913 01   35216 -0-

ARNOLD SWAIN; (Harry, Wm., Gorham, Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Son of Harry Arthur and Illa (McMullen) Swain.

ARTELIA SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:        First Name:      Death:           Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
419-32-0988 Swain             Artelia        04/00/1983    11/00/1908        01      35044    -0-


ARTEMISSA SWAIN;
Lapeer Co. Marriages;
Francis L. Newton age 19 and Artemissa Swain age 15 of Dryden married 9 Sept. 1855, witnesses Isaac Newton and
Benjamin. C. More, John W. Day J.P.

Centennial Supplement of the " Romeo Observer"; the Romeo Branch of the University of Michigan;
female student Artemesia Swain.

History of Lapeer Co. MI., H R Page & Co., Chicago, 1884, page 111;
Francis Newton, born Macomb Co. MI. 1835, came to Dryden with his parents in 1840; constable 5 years; married 1857
Miss A Swain of Dryden, 2 children; there is also a biographical sketch of Isaac Newton, father of Francis.

ARTHUR SWAIN;
See Paul Swain

ARTHUR SWAIN;
"Polk Directory City of Detroit"
        1910 - Swain, Arthur polisher, boards 2511 Jefferson Ave.


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ARTHUR SWAIN; (Sebastian, Lafayette, Charles, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co. Birth Records; Arthur Swain, Vol.. 1, page 132 #1965;
23 Nov. 1871, male, white, born Dryden, Mi. parents Sebastian & Harriet Swain born NY.

ARTHUR SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:      Death:                 Birth:           RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
419-18-8915 Swain              Arthur         02/19/1988           10/14/1914            35211 -0-

ARTHUR SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:      Death:                 Birth:           RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
420-05-3187 Swain              Arthur         07/00/1973          01/17/1893 01        35020 -0-

ARTHUR SWAIN;
1910 Michigan Soundex, Lapeer Co. Lapeer (053 0045 0152 );
Arthur Swain, age 9, nephew of Minnie Swain.

ARTHUR J SWAIN;
"Shiawasee Co. Deaths" by Ruth Owen 1893-1899;
The regular meeting of the school board was not held last evening on account of the absence of the president, Hon. Wm.
Kilpatrick, who is in Bay City, and also that the members of the board wished to help to receive the remains of Prof. A. J.
Swain of Buchanan, that arrived on the 7:15 p.m. Michigan Central train March 3, 1897.

The remains of Prof. A. J. Swain of Buchanan, arrived last evening on the 7:15 Michigan Central train. They were taken in
charge by Funeral Director North, and placed in the vault in Oak Hill Cemetery. The remains were accompanied by W.F.
Runner, E.W. Saunders, and C.B. Treat, school trustees of Buchanan.
       "Oak Hill Cemetery Shiawasee Co., Mi." Page 110
               Swain, Edward N. Brother 1874-1906
               Swain, Esther L. Dau. of A.J. & E.C. Swain 1879-1898
               Swain, Susie N. Dau. of A.J. & E.C. Swain 1869-1888
               Swain, Esther C. Mother 1839-1884
               Swain, Arthur J. Father 1836-1897

Buchanan Record (newspaper) March 4, 1897;
AT REST; Professor A.J. Swain; Our community was saddened on Sunday, as the word came that Prof. A.J. Swain, our
efficient and worthy Superintendent of our schools, had passed away. Sunday morning, at about 5 o'clock. The Professor
had not been feeling very well for a number of days, having been quite busy at the schools, as several of the teachers were
ill at their homes, thus developing additional duties upon him. He was taken down on Friday, Feb. 19, with symptoms of la
grippe and, for a week, gradually sank, his entire physical system seeming to give way. His attending physician, Dr. H.M.
Brodrick suggested holding a consultation over his case, but the professor expressed himself as perfectly satisfied with the
treatment of his case by his physician and did not consider a consultation necessary. He said if anything happened to him,
it was all right; he was prepared for it and was ready to go; he had been expecting this for ten years, and thought that his end
was near and, if so, it was all right; would have liked to live to see his daughter, Miss Esther, through this school, but it was
all right. It seemed to those in attendance upon the professor that, from the very first, he had a premonition of the result of
his illness. His relatives were summoned, his daughter, Miss Mary, arriving on Saturday and his two sons, Messrs. Edward
and Arthur from Detroit early Sunday morning, just a few hours before their father passed away. His two sisters, Miss
Mary Swain of Rochester, Mich., and Miss Mattie Swain were present; also Miss Bartem of Albion, a former pupil of Prof.
Swain.
In the loss of Mr. Swain, Buchanan loses an estimable citizen, one whose influence for good has been felt during his entire
residence in Buchanan, his close contact with the pupils in the public schools, exerting an influence for good that will be felt
for years to come.
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Arthur J. Swain was born in New Hampton, N.H. June 9, 1836. His father, grandfather and great-grandfather were all
Baptist ministers and very early in life he became a Christian and joined the Baptist church. He received the degree of A.M.
from Madison University at Hamilton NY Beginning his career as a teacher at the age of seventeen, he taught in his native
state and New York. He was a professor of Greek in Syracuse University. Coming to Michigan, where his father was one
of the early Baptist Missionaries, he taught in Port Austin, Stanton, and Owosso. In Owosso he was Superintendent of the
schools for three years. There, seven years ago, he buried his wife (Esther E. Warren, whom he married at Exeter N.H.)
and his eldest daughter. He came to Buchanan, in 1889. Since that time he has conducted the schools as Superintendent
with intelligent ability, and won for himself the confidence and admiration of teachers and pupils, and men and women in all
the walks of life.
Seven children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Swain, four of whom are living, two sons and two daughters, Messrs. Arthur W.
and Edward M. of Detroit and Misses Mary C. and Esther L. of Buchanan.
(Note; it seems probable that Arthur was the son of Aurora Swain, a Baptist Minister, buried in Huron Co., MI. [Port Austin, is
the county seat of Huron Co.] The Rev. Aurora Swain was the son of the Rev. Calvin Swain, who was the son-in-law of the
Rev. Gamaliel Barnes, all Baptist ministers)

ARTHUR W SWAIN; (Martin)
Manistee Co. death records; Libre 1, Page 114, #141; April 6, 1886;
Arthur W. Swain, male, age 20 years, 9 months, 23 days, resided in Bear Lake, death caused by accident (run over by train
cars) born Michigan, occupation, Brakeman, parents Martin D. & Lydia A. Swain of Bear Lake Village.
Branch Co. MI., Burials: Swain, Arthur W., born 1865 died 1886.

ARTHUR W SWAIN;
Detroit City Directory;
         1896 - Swain, Arthur W., postal clerk, house, 466 Buchanan.
         1898-98 - Swain, Arthur W., postal clerk, house, 1385 24th St.
         1907 - Swain, Arthur W., clerk Ry MS, house 874 Humboldt Ave.
         1909 - Swain, Arthur W., clerk Ry MS, house 874 Humboldt Ave.
         1910 - Swain, Arthur W., same as above.
         1911 - Swain, Arthur W., same as above.
         1912 - Swain, Arthur W., same as above.
         1913 - Swain, Arthur W., clerk Ry MS, house 66 Seeboldt Ave.
         1914 - Swain, Arthur W., same as above.
         1915 - Swain, Arthur W., same as above

1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 83 ED 141 Sheet 17 Line 94);
Swain, Arthur; white born New York, Oct. 1866, age 33, living at 1032 Merrick St., Detroit, Wayne Co., Mi., with wife Mattie
A., born New Hampshire, Feb. 1866, age 34, daughter Esther M., born Mi., Sept. 1892, age 7, also Kate A. Fry age 37 born
New Hampshire, sister-in-law, and Mary Simmons sister born New York Jan. 1850 age 60.

1910 Michigan Soundex, Wayne Co., Detroit (103 0156 0107);
Arthur W. Swain, age 43, born NY, wife Sara P., age 43, daughter Esther M. age 17 born Michigan.

ARTHUR W SWAIN;
"Ionia Co. Cemeteries"; Saranac Cemetery, Boston Twp. David Hwy.;
Swain, Arthur W. aged 81 years, died 07-13-1948 lot #632, also Swain, Sara aged 93 years, died 07-19-1960, lot #637-0.

AUGUSTA SWAIN; (Wm., Charles, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Berrien Co. Marriages 1831-1856;
Swain, Augusta E. married to Mathews, John R. both of Bertrand, 5 March 1865, at Buchanan, by Enoc A. Roe J.P.,
witnesses Jessie and Mrs. Wood.

AVERY SWAIN;
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Michigan Census Index 1850, Avery Swain, Oakland Co., Bloomfield Twp. # 28 R.

BARRON A SWAIN; (Theo., Wm., Charles, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Berrian Co. Death Records (Libre B Page 192 #2);
Barron A. Swain died, 5 Sept. 1896, male, age 3 years 6 months, died at Niles township, Due to inflammation of the bowels,
born Michigan, parents Theodore D. and Lydia Swain.

BARBARA MARLENE SWAIN; (Roy, Wm., Gorham, Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Records of Roger Swain:
Born 24 Dec. 1937, married 24 June 1955 John Dobson Edmonds, born 21 Feb. 1935, children 1. Kevin John Edmonds
born 1 Oct. 1956 married 10 Sept. 1988 Beth Lynn Harwood born 28 Sept. 1967. 2. Dawn Michelle born 15 Dec. 1957
married 14 Oct. 1978 Michael Stewart Foster born 16 Sept. 1950; (children, Aleah Joy Foster born 6 Oct. 1981, Malachi
Michael Foster born 31 Aug. 1984, Jordon Ira Foster born 21 June 1986). 3. Clayton Eric Edmonds born 26 March 1960
married 21 Aug. 1982 Michelle Ann Northey born 3 Dec. 1962,(children, Ian Joseph Edmonds born 11 Sept. 1984, Ivy Rose
Edmonds born 6 May 1986, and Olivia Edmonds born 5 June 1987 died 6 June 1987). 4. Darren James Edmonds born 8
June 1962 married 7 Nov. 1983 to Sharon Day Melchart born 8 Nov. 1963,(children, Justin James Edmonds born 4 Dec.
1983, and Heather Lynnea Edmonds born 9 Sept. 1987). 5. Shelynn Caprice Edmonds born 7 Dec. 1962 married 6 July
1985 Mark Alan Dahlberg born 25 Jan 1959, (children, Erik Mark Dahlberg born 25 Jan 1984, Sarah Caprice Dahlberg born
22 Feb. 1986, Daniel Keith Dahlberg born 25 May 1987 and Jaron Reis Dahlberg born 24 Nov. 1988). 6. Julie Jeanine
Edmonds born 3 Dec. 1964 married 3 Jan 1986 Ronald Harold Eakin born 27 March 1959,(child Amanda Joy Eakin born 25
Feb. 1988).

BARBARA MARLENE SWAIN;
Flint Journal, Flint MI. 18 Aug 1997: Swain, Barbara M. of Davison age 65, died Saturday August 16, 1997 at home
suddenly. Funeral services will be held at 11 am, Wednesday, August 20, 1997 at the Allen Funeral Home, Dr. Wm. Noblitt
Sr. officiating. Burial will take place in Crestwood Cemetery. Mrs. Swain had been a resident of Davison since 1970 and
had spent the last several years in Florida during the winter months. Barbara married Robert Swain on May 17, 1952 in
Superior, Wisconsin. Mrs. Swain was a homemaker and spent much of her time with her grandchildren. Barbara is
survived by; husband Robert, son, Tom and Lauri, daughter, Marianne and Glenn Smith; daughter, Nancy and Mike
Frawley, son Jim and Dawn; grandchildren, Marc, Andrea, Lindsey, John, Amanda: mother Elimina James: sister, Nancy
Kontos, Gerry Anderson and Margaret Falk; may nieces and nephews. Barbara was preceded in death by a sister, Colleen
Renoos in 1983.

BEATRICE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:       Death:             Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
416-05-3187 Swain              Beatrice            11/00/1984      01/09/1899 23      48053 -0-
BEATRICE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:       Death:             Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
422-48-6183 Swain              Beatrice            06/00/1974      02/10/1910 01      35044 -0-

BELLE SWAIN;
"Cemetery Inscriptions & Records 1881 - 1986 Branch Co. Mi." Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Mi.;
Swain, Belle; born Chicago, IL., died Coldwater 16 April 1930, age 65 years, 2 months 16 days, female, married, (Hosea
Conant), Lot 86, Sec 2, Vol.. 2 - 102.
Coldwater, MI. newspaper index: Belle Corant (Mrs. Orville Sw CR Je 7, 1892ain)

BENJAMIN SWAINE;
First Census of the U.S. 1790 New York, Richmond Co. Westfield, page 159.

BENJAMIN SWAIN;
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Flint Genealogy Society, Surname Index;
Benjamin Swain born 5 July 1679, married 10 May 1705, died 18 July 1757 in Nantucket, Mass. Chart #634-23

BENJAMIN SWAIN;
"Charlestown, Mass., Vital Records";
Mr. Benjamin Swain of S. Reading and Mrs. Experience Holt of Charlestown, entered into marriage on 28 March 1833.

BENJAMIN SWAIN (ELDER);
"Berrian Co. Mi. Cemetery Records" (Fort Wayne library); Three Oaks Cemetery. Three Oaks Twp.;
Swain, Elder Benjamin, b. 1778 d. 1859; Judson Swain b. 1816 - d. 1903; Mariela Swain b. 1815 - d. 1856, Mrs. Sabre Swain
(wife of Elder Ben) b. 1775 - d. 1845.

BENJAMIN SWAIN;
"Shiawassee Steppin Stones" Dec. 1983, Page. 211; Shiawassee County Sheriff, Benjamin Swain 1873-1874.

BENJAMIN SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:         Death:            Birth:           RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
420-12-7643 Swain              Benjamin            02/00/1983      03/07/1890 01        35014 35160

BENJAMIN SWAIN;
"War of 1813; Index of Award & Claims"; #17,044;
 Swain, Benjamin, received by widow in Castleton NY., $56.00.

BENNY SWAIN;
"A History of Dryden" by Clytie Manwaring Foot;(5th paragraph);
The first church was built in 1856 and the first minister was Abel Warre, Methodist. In the construction of the church, Benny
Swain was killed; he was painting the steeple and fell, landing on the roof.




BERNICE SWAIN;
"Cemetery Inscriptions & Records 1881 - 1986, Branch Co., Mi." Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Mi.;
Born Coldwater, died Beaver Dam, WI. 11 March 1936, age 38 years 1 month 12 days, female, married, (Charles E. Swain),
lot 204 1/2, sec OP, Vol.. 2-118.

BERRY SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:      Death:               Birth:           RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
423-16-8382 Swain              Berry          03/00/1969        03/25/1914 -0-       -0-     -0-

BERTHA SWAIN; (Harvey)
Jackson Co. MI Birth Records; Bertha Swain born 29 Jan. 1885, female, white, born Tompkins, father Harvey born
Tompkins, Farmer, mother Almira born Lyons NY.

BERTHA MAE SWAIN;
Van Buren Co. MI., Lawrence Twp. Lawrence Hill Cemetery Tow 3-90- #7, Swain, Bertha Mae, born 19 Oct, 1889 Died 11
Feb 1957.

BESSIE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:         Death:             Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
                                                                                                                         231
420-52-3782     Swain            Bessie               11/00/1985       07/25/1895 01      35044     -0-

.
BETSEY SWAIN;
Whigville Cemetery, Dryden Twp. Lapeer Co. Mi., Hough Rd;
Betsey, wife of James H. Swain died May 22, 1867 age 50 years 6 months 15 days, also buried is a, S.C. Swain 1845 -1926.

BETSEY A SWAIN;
Shiawassee County, MI. Land Records;
Swain, Betsey A. (grantee) Hosea Baker (grantor) liber A, page 2, 1836, section 23, township 6, range 3, E, description 6 1/2
N E 1/4.

BETSEY SWAIN;
Jackson Co. MI. Marriages, page 354;
Elisha F.H. Stoddard age 35 of Tompkins married Martha Swain, age 18, of same 31 March 1847, by A. S. Wills V.D.M.,
Witnesses Joel, Betsey and George Swain all of Tompkins.

BETTY SWAIN;
Lenawee Co. Mi. Marriage Index; 10/6/1943, Betty Swain Book J. Page 175.


BEULAH SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:         Death:             Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
417-32-2390 Swain              Beulah               12/00/1966       06/01/1900 36       44870   -0-

BEULAH L SWAIN;
Cemetery of LeRoy twp. Ingham Co. MI: Alchin Cemetery Section IV; Swain, Beulah L. 1892 - , Cephus J. 18885 - 1935
(D.R.D.) March 5, 1933 Leroy, age 49y 5 months 22 days, born Sept 13, 1885 Jonesville N.C., s/o Cephus Swain and Jane
Adams.

BLANCHE SWAIN;
Kent Co., MI. Marriage Records;
Swain, Blanche, married Frank J. Albright, Book 20, Page 264.

BLANCHE SWAIN;
Buried Arcadia/Lum cemetery, b. 1894 d. 1941, plot 4, row D, line 12, lot 132;
Wife of Glenn M. Swain.

BLANCHE SWAIN;
"Polk Directory City of Detroit":
        1911 - Swain, Blanche house 561 4th Ave.
        1912 - Swain, Blanche clerk Thorne-Maidment, boards 403 3rd Ave.
        1914 - Swain, Blanche clerk L. Black Co. rooms 12 Lincoln Ave.
        1915 - Swain, Blanche same as above.

BLANCHE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:         Death:             Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
423-50-8179 Swain              Blanche              07/00/1984       04/10/1911 01       36203 36203

BOB SWAIN;
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Flint Journal, Flint, MI, 21 June 1995
Laryngectomies bring Concern;
“We are becoming increasingly concerned about the public and what they perceive about us, said Bob Swain, a retired
Citizens Bank branch manager who had surgery (laryngecotomy) in February 1995.
People with laryngectomies want understanding - not pity, said Swain, who has learned to speak without the use of a
mechanical device. We‟ve got an advantage he joked. I always stop and think twice before I speak.”


BOLEN SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:      Death:                 Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
421-56-0339 Swain              Bolen          10/00/1983          10/14/1940 36       43607   -0-

BOZE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:      Death:                 Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
417-12-1561 Swain              Boze           02/00/1982          02/28/1914 01       35160   -0-

BRAD SWAIN;
"The Flint Journal" May 15, 1991, page 1; Photograph;
"Brad Swain supports the recall at his residence on State Road." Small picture of Mr. Swain seated in a chair with his feet
resting in another chair, at the road side, holding a sign "Fire Frank", this in connection with the recall efforts of Richfield
Township supervisor Frank Kolinski.


BROOKSIE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:          Death:              Birth:       RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
423-32-0544 Swain              Brooksie                  08/00/1978       01/01/1907 01    35160 -0-


BURL SWAIN;
1990 St. Joseph, Michigan telephone directory; Burl Swain residing at 4708 Beechnut, St. Joseph.

BURLEY SWAIN;
Scrap Book by Dryden Ladies Library Association; Nov. 5, 1908;
Burley Swain of Pontiac & gentleman friend who were in town (Dryden) on Friday last were driving to Almont, when only
about 1/2 mile east of town they collided with another, throwing Swain out and injuring his hip. He was obliged to return to
the Hotel Lankin and later to his home in Pontiac.

C SWAIN;
1860 Michigan Census Index: Swain, C. Ingham Co. MI. #179.

C E SWAIN;
1880 Michigan Soundex, Branch Co.;
C.E. Swain age 41 born NY, wife Harriet born Michigan, sons, Frank born Missouri, Orville born Michigan, Warner, Aldrick,
daughter Mary, and sister-in-law Nora Billings age 21 born Michigan. (Vol.. 3, Ed 37 Sheet 32 Line 1)

C S SWAIN;
1840 Michigan Census Index; C.S. Swain #129 Nap. Twp, Jackson Co.

C S SWAIN;
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"History of Oakland Co. Mi." Page 157, Harness - C.S. Swain.

C. EDWIN SWAIN:
Coldwater, MI. newspaper index: C. Edwain Swain CR Apr. 10, 1891 (t. clerk) + Ap 9‟92, p.4; Oct 6, „94 p. 5 (obit)

CALVIN H SWAIN; (Rev. Calvin, Jonathan, John, John, Daniel, William {Gent'l})
1860 Michigan Census Index; Swain, Calvin H., Genesee Co., Mi. #482.

CALVIN HARLOW SWAIN, REV.; (Jonathan, John, John, Daniel, William {Gent'l})
Michigan Pioneer Index, Michigan State Library;
Rev. Calvin Swain 1778-1856 married 1800 Lois Barnes, children Lois Ann, Gamaliel Barnes, Consider S., Aurora Marvin,
Cynthia, Paulina C., Alanson, Alsina, Louisa M., Eusebia C., Calvin H, Ora D, Ellen C.

"Landsmen of Jackson County";
Calvin H. Swain resident of Washington Co. NY. purchased (1) in section 19, 71.53 acres on 16 June 1832; (2) resident of
Jackson Co., in section 36, 80 acres, on 25 Dec. 1835; (3) in section 30, 80 acres, on 14 April 1836.
"Michigan History" Vol.. 33, 1949, "Reflections in the River Raisin" by Marion Palmer Greene; Page 49;
In the spring of 1832 Calvin H. Swain decided that New York state was too crowded. By way of the Erie Canal he came to
Detroit, bringing with him Chancy Hawley, Calvin H. Swain Jr., A.M. Swain, Lewis Case, and Israel Love. They started from
Detroit on foot, providing themselves with maps and plots of government land, and in 12 days arrived at Napoleon. After
several days of exploration Calvin H. and A.M. Swain left for Detroit to make the land purchases, leaving Calvin Swain Jr. to
erect the log cabin and a saw mill. Meantime Calvin and A.M. Swain went from Detroit back to Washington Co. NY to bring
back their families. The saw mill was in running order by January 1833. In the spring a cabin one and a half stories high and
sixteen by twenty-four feet was built for the 12 members of the Swain family. The Swain family and several hired men
formed the new settlement called Swainsville.

1840 Michigan Census Index; Calvin H. Swain #130 Nap. Twp. Jackson Co.

1984 Michigan Surname Index;
Swain, Calvin Harlow (Rev) born 1778 NY died 1856 Michigan, Married 1800 NY to Lois Barnes. For information contact;
Geneva Swain, 6478 Reuter, Dearborn, Mi. 48126 (Key #S1DB)

"Some Reminiscences of Early Times in Brooklyn, Jackson Co., Mi." by Joseph M. Griswald:
And now let us turn to the men who bore the burden of this infant settlement. The first is the Rev. C. H. Swain, the earliest
settler with his family. He was postmaster in 1836 and I ought to think well of him, because on occasions he would slip into
my hand about half the value it required to carry a letter to our friends and tell me to mount his little gray pony with the mail
bag and hurry to Springville and exchange its contents. He was a stern, inflexible man, of much intellectual power and
energy, but not very successful in his worldly undertakings.

"Michigan Pioneer Historical Collection" Vol.. 4 Page 277 Jackson County;
The township of Columbia (Prepared for the Jackson Co. Pioneer Society by Hon. A. H. DeLamater) The first settlement in
this town was made by the Rev. Calvin H. Swain, who in 1832 located 40 acres on the west side of section 19, T. 4, S. of R.
2 E. and in connection with his son Consider H. Swain, immediately commenced improvements. Mr. Swain made the
location to improve the water power, therefore he brought with him all the iron gearings necessary for a saw-mill and a store
of solid provisions and groceries, which with venison and fish, enabled him to sustain his large force comfortably.
Immediately after building a shanty on the north side of the river, he commenced building a saw mill ( now known as the
Brooklyn water power) with the grit of a true pioneer. To produce flour Mr. Swain dispatched an ox team to Lodi Plains,
where wheat was raised and taken to Ypsilanti or Ann Arbor to grind, making a trip in 4 or 5 days. About 6 acres were
cultivated in the fall of 1833 by Mr. Swain. During the summer he commenced building a 2 story house on the premises
where the Episcopal church of Brooklyn now stands, into which he moved in 1834. Gamaliel B. Swain also built a dwelling
on the lot now occupied by W. B. Sherman's store. A post office was established in 1834, called Swainsville and C. H.


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Swain was appointed postmaster. The mail was carried on horseback once a week to and from Springville where it met the
mail stage from Detroit to Chicago via Clinton and Tecumseh.

Through a miscalculation of his lot Mr. Swain built his mill on government land which he purchased by other parties, and the
purchase of the same by Mr. Swain at a time when they had expanded so much on improvements crippled them in
resources which materially interfered with their success. Mr. Swain established here the First Baptist church, of which he
was pastor. Mr. Swain was a man of brain, strong will, untiring energy, and uncommon resources, which well qualified him
to battle in a wilderness for a home and the extending of civilization.

(Vol.. 4 Page 272)
Although the village of Brooklyn never incorporated until last winter (?) it is one of the oldest places in the county, its
settlement dating back to 1833, Calvin Swain, who came from Washington county New York, locating here with his family
during that year and being the first settlers.

"The Pioneer Swains of Swainsville and Brooklyn, Michigan"
They "Sowed the First Wheat - Prayed the First Prayer" By Mrs. Reginald Angus - Brooklyn, Michigan; (condensed
version)
The summer tourist visiting Brooklyn (formerly Swainsville, Mi., is located in the SE part of Jackson Co.) Michigan, will find in
the public square a new Historical Commission marker commemorating the founder of the village, the Reverend Calvin
Swain. Elder Calvin Swain filed the first land claim in this part of Jackson Co., on June 16, 1832. He brought his entire
family with him from Adamsville, NY to begin a new settlement, with himself as postmaster, owner of a sawmill. and pastor of
two young Baptist churches in Napoleon and Swainsville.

The Rev. Calvin Swain was born in New Lebanon, Columbia Co. NY. in 1778, descendant of William Swain who was born
in England in 1585, and died in Branford, Conn. in 1664, as follows: (Calvin H. -6; Jonathan -5; John -4; John -3; Daniel -2;
William -1). His father Jonathan Swain is said to have been a Revolutionary soldier who was born in Sharon, Conn. Feb.
20, 1730/31, and was probably that Jonathan Swain who, according to Adamsville church records, died there in Apr. 1814.
Adamsville is in Kingsbury Twp. Washington Co., NY. Swain family tradition states that Calvin's father was both a
shoemaker and a farmer by trade. In the 1790 census, Jonathan Swain was head of a household in Stephentown, Albany
Co. NY (now Rensselaer Co.). The family consisted of two free white males 16 and upward, one free white male under 16
(probably Calvin), and three white females (Hannah and Thankful - sisters, and Ann Marvin - his mother). Tradition, as
recorded in the quaint funeral sermon printed by Rev. Aurora Swain in 1856, states that Calvin's family was in Adamsville in
1786, but since Stephentown is less than twenty miles from New Lebanon, Columbia Co. where Calvin was born, it is more
than likely that this date is incorrect.

Further facts on the New York state background of Calvin Swain are meager. We do know that in Apr. of 1800 he was
married to Lois Barnes, eldest daughter of Rev. Gamaliel Barnes, a Revolutionary soldier of the 17th Albany Militia, who died
in Mexico, NY. where he was a pioneer and Baptist pastor. Elder Calvin Swain (he preferred the term Elder to Reverend)
was pastor in Adamsville NY for a period of twenty-six years, a number of revivals are recorded by the same county history,
the most remarkable of which occurred in the years 1816, 1817, and 1831. Calvin Swain's funeral sermon states that
during these years he served seven churches in Washington Co. and baptized more that 1000 converts. " In the
persecution of his ministry there was this peculiarity, in the selection of a field of labor, he sought the most destitute and
needy places and never for an hour entered into another man's labors made ready unto his hand. He labored where no one
else had labored, gathered a church, holding on with unusual tenacity until the little band was able to sustain a pastor. and
after aiding them in the settlement, sought for himself another and more needy field." Rev. Aurora Swain in his eulogy of
his father. The Rev. Swain never received a stated salary for his services, but only free will offerings of his parishioners.

Rev. Swain was self-educated. His son Aurora states that he received less than twelve weeks of formal education but this
deficiency was in part remedied by his mother who encouraged him to read. He possessed a voice of remarkable
sweetness, compass and power, and always opened the services by singing.



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In 1810 Rev. Swain was appointed Chaplain of the 121st Washington Co. NY Regiment, under the command of Lieutenant
Col. Stewart.

In March 1832 Rev. Swain obtained a leave of absence from his church duties, and together with his sons, Aurora and
Consider, set out for Michigan. The Swains walked overland, following the River Raisin. An Abram Swain with the group
was related. Perhaps he was a son of Aaron Swain of Saline. His land claim is listed with Calvin's, but nothing more is
ever heard of him in the Brooklyn area. Calvin took out papers for a forty acre plot of land that includes the present Main St.
In 1833, in a deed acknowledged before a Washington Co. Commissioner of Deeds, and later recorded in Jackson Co.,
Rev. Aurora Swain and his wife sold their holdings in the present area of Brooklyn to Calvin Swain for $100. That same year
Consider Swain acquired what is now the east side of the business district on Main St. by purchase from Samuel Quigley for
$100.

On Friday May 24, 1833, Swain's venture became Swain's settlement for the day marked the coming of permanent settlers
to our community. Elder Swain and his family had been granted letters of recommendation by the Adamsville church. The
group mentioned in church records, as well as in historic account given by Consider Swain, were: Gamaliel Swain, Calvin's
son, and his wife, Alma R. Halliday Swain, and there three year old son, Sardeus, Paulina Swain; Louisa Swain: Thomas
and ____ey Love; Calvin's children: Ella, Ira, Harlow, Jr., Eusebia; his wife Lois Barnes Swain; and several hired men.

Gamaliel Swain's wife, in later years, related a few details of the early days, "Father Swain was a very devout man. The
daily prayers were as regular as the daily meals, and on Sundays the household and all strangers who happened to be with
us were expected to unite in extra services."

We hear less of Elder Swain as Brooklyn's early history begins. He remained postmaster until 1841. He spent most of his
time with the Napoleon Baptist Church.

We have a few fragments of Swain history from this period. Louisa (died in 1868) was Napoleon's first school teacher.
Paulina married Aaron Austin of Norvell (then Napoleon Twp). Consider Swain moved to Flushing, Michigan where he
became one of the first settlers. Cynthia Swain Carpenter, after the death of her ________, moved to Worcester Co. Mass.
where she taught school. Calvin Harlow Jr., moved with his brother Ira to Joliet,, Illinois, after the formers wife died in 1859.
The body was returned to Brooklyn for burial. Years later, when the old Baptist cemetery which dated from Swainsville
days was removed to other cemeteries, the editor of the ____nent, on Dec. 17, 1925, featured a story of the unearthing of a
casket which was found beneath the headstone bearing the inscription of Elizabeth M. Swain / wife of / C. H. Swain, Jr. /
Died March 8, 1859. A face plate of iron was removed revealing a plate through which could be seen the features of a
Madonna of another day, in a woolen dress trimmed with lace, cradling with her a small wrapped baby. The iron casket was
reburied in the Swain plot of Brooklin modern cemetery - Highland. Elizabeth Swain had been Elizabeth Webber, daughter
of Elijah Webber of Swainsville.

Of all the sons of Calvin, only Gamaliel Swain remained in Brooklyn where he died in 1851. His son, Sardeus Barnes
Swain served in the Civil Was with the Sixth Michigan Cavalry.

At his older age, Calvin was forced to live with his children. He spent some time in Shirley and Leominster, Mass. with his
daughter Cynthia. A few years were spent with Aurora Swain in Brentwood, New Hampshire. After his wife died in Aug. of
1855, he returned to Napoleon where he lived with Chauncey Hawley, his son-in-law. According to his eulogy Elder Swain
suffered eight weeks before he died of "dry mortification.: Calvin Swain died on January 30, 1856 and is buried by the side
of his wife, on the Baptist Minister's plot in the Napoleon Cemetery.

After Calvin's death, Aurora Swain came to Michigan and became the pastor of the Baptist church in Huron Beach, and is
buried in that town's cemetery. During the Civil Was, Calvins' son Ira, served as a lieutenant in Co. F, 13th Illinois Cavalry,
until 1863, when he was discharged due to a was injury. After the was he moved from Joliet, Ill. to Rochester, Minn.
where he died in March of 1907. In addition to his grandson Sardeus serving in the war, the son of Aurora, Harlow, and the
son of Chauncey Hawley and Lois Ann Hawley, G. Myron Hawley also served. The G.A.R. Post in napoleon was named for
this G. Myron Hawley of Company E, 17th Michigan Infantry who died at South Mountain in September of 1862.
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Anson Delamater, the surveyor of Brooklyn describes Elder Swain "as a man of brain, strong will, untiring energy, and
uncommon resources which well qualified him to battle in the wilderness for a home.

If any chronicler were to pick an epitaph for Rev. Calvin Swain and his life it would surely be in the words of Catherine Gate
Coblentz, for Calvin's wheat field is today occupied by the Brooklyn schools, and where Elder Swain had his sawmill, today
stand a modern Ford Motor plant.

                 "Sowed the first wheat, prayed the first prayer.
                  Though the paper is faded, these words stand fair,
                  Clear as an epitaph aptly given
                  To a darer of wilderness, one who's river
                  Out of the barren hills his heaven.
                  Built his cabin beside a wood,
                  Fashioned a field where trees had stood,
                  Planted his hopes and knew them good.
                  None can a greater achievement share,
                  Sowed the first wheat, prayed the first prayer."
                                   Quoted from; The Clinton Story by Genevieve Rully.

"Columbia Township"; Page 776
The first settlement in this town was made by Rev. Calvin H. Swain, who in June, 1832, located 40 acres on the west side of
section 19, T. 4S., of R. 2 E., and in connection with his son, Consider P. Swain, immediately commenced improvements.
At that time the general Government held title to all the land in the town except four lots which were located on speculation.
Soon afterward said land was brought into market by John Gilbert, it being the Jefferson water power on the west branch of
Rive river. Mr. Swain made the location to improve the water power; therefore he brought with him all the iron gearing
necessary for a saw mill, and a large store of solid provisions and groceries; that, with venison and fish, easily obtained at
the time, enabled him to sustain his large force in the wilderness comfortably. Immediately after building a shanty on the
north side of the river, he commenced building a saw mill (now known as the Brooklyn water power) with the gift of a true
pioneer. The erection of the mill and dam occupied the time to Jan. 29, 1833, when the flutter wheel splashed its first
notes of civilization to the surrounding forest. They had employed as foreman a Mr. Wood, assisted by Samuel Quigley, a
millwright, who built several mills afterward in the adjacent country.

Mr. Swain foresaw the first want of settlers in a new country was a saw mill along the Detroit & Chicago road, which had
been made passable by the Government. As settlement had been made both north and south, and at the village of
Napoleon, they gave sufficient business for said mill. The principal timber was oak, with a sprinkling of white wood, black
walnut and white ash.

To procure flour, Mr. Swain dispatched an ox team to Lodi Plains, where wheat was raised, and took it to Ypsilanti or Ann
Arbor to grind, making a trip in four to five days. The first wheat raised in this town was on the N. E. 1/4 of the S. E. 1/2
section 24, about six acres, cultivated in the fall of 1833 by Mr. Swain.

"Columbia Township"; Page 368;            The coming of Rev. Calvin H. Swain, and son Consider P. Swain, is to be considered
the entry of the first white settlers in the township. The year and date of their appearance was June 1832, and the location
was section 19 of town 4 South of Range 2 East. This is the site of the village that we know today as Brooklyn, Michigan.

Rev. Swain and son come to Michigan Territory with the objective of commencing a settlement, built around a dam and a
saw mill. They brought several men to construct the dam and mill. They also brought all of the necessary gears and iron
parts for the mill. The idea that the mill would take all of their time prompted them to bring all of the supplies that would be
needed to sustain them through the winter of 1832-33. The first order of business, of course, was to erect some sort of
shelter for all of the party.


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CALVIN SWAIN; (Rev. Calvin H., Jonathan, John, John, Daniel, William {Gent})
1860 Fed. Census Michigan, Genesee Co. Index;
Calvin Swain living in Mt. Morris Twp. age 26.

CALVIN SWAIN;
1800 Census, New York, Otsego Co., Springfield Twp, Page 14 B
1 male age 16-26 and 1 female age 16-26.

CARL SWAIN; (Silas)
Branch County MI., Birth Records:
Swain, Carl H., Pg. 201 #211 born Aug. 21, 1891, male, City of Coldwater, father Silas, born NY., farmer, mother Mary born
Ohio.

"Cemetery Inscriptions & Records 1881 -1 1986, Branch Co., Mi." Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Mi.;
Swain, Carl, born Girard Twp., died Coldwater 4 Aug. 1893, age 1 years 11 months, male, father born NY, mother born OH.,
lot 850, sec OP, Vol... OB - 129.

CARL SWAIN;
Coldwater, MI. newspaper index: Carl Swain, C Aug 9, 1909 p.4, (M. to Gladys Hagleshaw)

CARL J SWAIN;
Branch Co. Cemetery Inscriptions; Swain, Carl J. 1886- 1930, Sherwood.

CARRIE SWAIN; (William, Charles, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
IGI Records; Carrie Matilda Swain born 19 Sept. 1862 Bertrand, Berrien Co. MI. to William P. Swain and Clarissa
Hutchinson.

CARRIE SWAINE;
Berrian Co. Death Records, Carrie Swaine (Page 145 #344) died 15 Nov. 1874, female, Widow, age 40 yrs 10 mths 5 days,
died Benton Twp. cause typhoid fever, born Sweden, Laundress, parents unknown.

CARRIE SWAIN;
"Polk Directory City of Detroit"
        1912 - Swain, Carrie Mrs. waiter, rooms 26 High E.
        1914 - Swain, Carrie (widow of Mot.) machine operator, rooms 500 Brush.

CARRIE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:      Death:             Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
417-68-5726 Swain              Carrie         03/00/1976      09/02/1894 01       35211 -0-

CARRIE SWAIN;
Social Security Death Index: SNDX - S500
SSN:              Last Name:      First Name:      Death:             Birth:          RC: R-Zip: P-Zip:
423-22-2918 Swain              Carrie         03/00/1976      09/02/1894 01       35211 -0-

CARRIE B SWAIN; (Horace, Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co. Birth Records; Book 2, page 269 #1169;
24 Aug. 1881, Carrie B. Swain, Born Arcadia, parents Horace & Almeda Swain.

Lapeer Co. MI Marriages; (Book 4, page 172, #1720);


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Oct. 25, 1897, Frank Stottard, age 22 white, resident of Arcadia, born MI, Farmer son of Richard Stottard & ______, no
previous marriage, and Carrie Swain age 17, white, resident of Arcadia, born MI, Housekeeper, daughter of Horace Swain
and Almeda Kyle, no previous marriage. Married Oct. 25, 1897 at Lapeer, C. R. Kellerman, Clergyman, Witnesses: Mrs.
Wm. Blair & Mrs. Geo Tibbets, Residents of Lapeer.

CATHERINE SWAIN;
Genealogical Helper, July - Aug 1995, page 117
Eagan, Tom, 10204 Magid N.W. Albuquerque, NM 87114; Seek dec of Catherine Eagan Swain B. June 1857 St. Louis.
Relatives of Eagan Swain born 1899 St. Louis.

CATHERINA SWAIN;
American Vital Records from the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868;
Swain, Catherina, born 1788 wife of William Swain, mother of P.W. Swain, Devonport, died Auburn NY 13 Jan 1853.

CELESTIA L SWAIN;
Pleasant Valley, St. Lawrence Co. NY., Cemetery;
Celestia L. Swain wife of Rev. F.O. Scurrah 1874 - 1919 "Lettie"

CELLA SWAINE;
1900 Michigan Soundex (Vol.. 34 ED 3 Sheet 10 Line 19)
Swaine, Cella, white, born Apr. 1862 age 38 Michigan, living Jackson Co., Concord Twp., sister to Elmer E. Saxton.

CHARLES SWAIN; (Abner, William, William, John, John, Richard)
Mormon Archive Record: Dr. J. Earl Salter of Los Angles Cal. ca 1958.
CHARLES SWAIN born about 1791 Brierhill, St. Lawrence, NY, died Buchanan, Mi., father Abner Swain, mother Susanna
Gorham (A.B., I believe the mother‟s name is incorrect, as the only wife of Abner Swain was Lorania Folger). Charles
married Nancy Waldo born about 1796 Rossie, St. Lawrence, NY. She died 30 April 1840. Her father was Jaram Waldo,
mother Lois Kinney. Children of Charles and Nancy; 1. William P. Swain born 23 Feb. 1817 Morristown St. Lawrence NY,
married 4 July 1840 Clarissa Hutchinson. 2. Lois Swain born 15 Oct. 1818 Morristown, NY. died 23 Oct. 1873 married 9 Dec.
1840 Isaac B. Smith. 3. Phebe Swain born about. 1819 Morristown NY. 4. Nathan Swain born about 1820 Morristown. 5.
Lucretia Swain born about 1822 Morristown married Augustus Dake. 6. Olive Swain born about 1824 Morristown, married
30 Dec. 1858 William G. McWilliams. 7. Lafayette Swain born about 1826 Morristown NY. 8. Pamela Sophia Swain born 24
Feb. 1828 Morristown NY died 3 Nov. 1873 married 3 July 1852 Henry Heart Beardsley. 9. Angeline Swain born 5 Dec. 1829
Morristown NY died 5 April 1923, married 20 Dec. 1849 Robert McWilliams. 10. Harriet Swain born 6 July 1831 Morristown
NY, died 9 June 1856, married 8 Mar 1853 James Madison Burhaus. 11. Nancy Swain born about 1833 Morristown. Record
taken from the "Genealogy of the Waldo Family" Vol.. 1. Page 472 by

1820 Census, N.Y., St. Law. Co., Morristown (Hague) Page 111;
Charles Swain; free white males 2 under 10, 1 age 16-25, 2 age 26-45, free white females 1 under 10, 1 age 16-25, 3
persons engaged in agriculture.

1830 Census N.Y., St. Lawrence Co., Gouveneur, Page 222;
Swain, Charles; free white males 1 under age 5, 2 age 15-20, 1 age 30-40, free white females 2 under age 5, 1 age 5-10, 1
age 10-15, 1 age 20-30, 1 age 30-40

1840 Census NY, St. Lawrence Co., De Peyst, Page 23;
Males: 2 age 15-20, 2 age 20-30, 1 age 40-50, females: 2 age under 5, 2 age 5-10, 2 age 10-15, 1 age 15-20, 1 age 20-30,
1 age 40-50.

1860 New York Census: Morristown, Page 51;
Charles Swain, age 67 male worth $600 real property, $191 personal property, born NY: wife Nancy, age 63, female, born
NY, daughter Nancy, age 20, female, born New York.
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1865 St. Lawrence County Agricultural Census; 13 June 1865, Names of owner, agent or managers of farm;
Charles Swain, 15 acres, cash value $600.00 of stock $120.00

1865 New York State Census, St. Lawrence Co. Morristown, Page 23 line 18 family #173; Dwelling "Log" value $40.00,
CHARLES SWAIN, age 72 male, white, born Montgomery Co. NY, married once, now widowed, farmer, can vote, owner of
land. also in house Olive McWilliam age 25, child of Charles, born St. Lawrence Co., mother of 3 children, married once.
Also Nancy Simons age 22 female white, child of Charles born St. Lawrence Co., married once, also son-in-laws; William G.
McWilliams age 30 born St. Lawrence Co. Laborer, and Charles S. Simons age 23 born St. Lawrence Co., Laborer.

1870 Census Michigan, Lapeer Co.;
Charles Swain age 76 retired farmer, born NY living with William McWilliams and wife Olive and children (all born NY)

Berrian Co. Death Records; (Liber A. Page 146, #372);
Charles Swain died 30 July 1882, male, widower, age 81 years 4 months 15 days, died in Buchanan MI. born NY. parents
Abner and ?Eliza Swain.

CHARLES SWAIN;
"Michigan Civil War";
Charles Swain, Co. G. 7th Inf., enlisted 5 Sept. 1864, at Pontiac, for 1 year, age 26, mustered 5 Sept. 1864, discharged
Munson Hill, Va. 1 June 1865.

CHARLES SWAIN; (Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
1880 Michigan Soundex, Lapeer Co., Michigan;
Charles Swain age 37 born NY, wife Maria, sons George, Ivy, Charles, Hiram, Jenness (Vol.. 14 Ed 161 Sheet 16 Line 46
and Sheet 26 Line 1&2)
1900 Michigan Soundex; Charles born Sept. 1835 NY, and wife Maria born 1841 Canada living with son George Swain in
Lapeer City, Lapeer Co. Mi. (See George Swain 1900 Mi. Soundex)

1910 Michigan Soundex, Lapeer Co., Lapeer (053 0045 0008);
Charles Swain age 70 born NY, boarding with Charley Loree.

S.D.. Brown Funeral Index;
Swain, Charles 12-21-1912 age 72 arranged by Lapeer Co. sold fund to M.P. church, Book 5, Page 189. Burial Aug. 26,
1912, arraigned by Lapeer Co., cost $20.00.

(Notes of Roger Swain);
Charles Swain born Sept. 1835, died 21 Dec. 1912, married Maria Branty,( A.B. I believe Maria‟s maiden name may have
been Beardsley and from Brantly, Ontario) born Oct. 1841 died 29 Sept. 1904, both buried Lot 7 Blk F, Mt. Hope Cemetery,
Lapeer, Mi.. Children; 1. George W. born 28 May 1867, married 14 Sept. 1894 Delilah Morey, born June 1880, he died
1937 buried Mt. Hope cemetery. 2. Iva born ca. 15 Aug. 1864, died 17 Jan 1933 (Lapeer Co. Death Record Vol.. C Page
388) buried Mr. Hope cemetery, married 22 Jan 1882 Maggie Stack. 3. Charles Jr. born Mar 1871, died 22 Aug. 1902
(Lapeer Death Record #9273 Page 156) buried Mr. Hope Cemetery, married 21 Dec. 1891 Ida Morey. 4. Hiram born ca.
1873, 5. Jenness born ca 1875 died 1934 (Lapeer Co. Death Record Vol.. E Page 283) buried Mt. Hope cemetery.

CHARLES SWAIN;(?Rev. Calvin H., Jonathan, John, John, Daniel, William)
Michigan Census Index 1850,
Charles Swain, Genesee Co., Flushing #237, age 45, Cabinet Maker, worth $1,000. born New York, wife Mary, age 34, born
NY, daughter Harriet, age 13, born Michigan attending school, Belinda, age 11, born Michigan, attending school, Mary age
5, born Michigan, attending school, and Ellen age 2 born Michigan.

CHARLES SWAIN;
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Genealogical Helper; Nov-Dec 1995 pg. 55; Thomas Eagan, 10204 Magid N.W., Albuquerque, NM 87114.
Seek info on John Eagan of St. Louis, daughter, Catherine, born June 1859 married Charles Swain, Children; John born
April 1876, James born Jan. 1884, Eugene born Oct 1886, Frank born Feb 1891, Florence born Feb. 1893, Clarence born
Feb 1896, Bette born Sept 1896, Eagan born Dec 1899.

CHARLES SWAIN;
1860 NY Census Index: Swain, Charles, Cayuga Co. #771 Mintz.

CHARLES SWAIN; (Abner, Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co., Birth Records; Book 2 #619;
11 Feb. 1880, Charles Swain, male, white, born Arcadia, parents Abner and E.F. Swain.

CHARLES SWAIN; (Charles, Ivie, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co. MI Marriages: (Book 4, page 73, #240)
License Dec. 21, 1891 Charles Swaine, age 20, white, resident of Lapeer, born MI., Laborer, son of Charles Swaine Sr. and
Maria Mumetha, no previous marriage, Ida Morey, age 17, white, resident of Lapeer, born MI., Housekeeper, daughter of
Edward Morey and Emily Gordon, no previous marriage. Married Dec. 21, 1891 at Lapeer, Oscar A Williams, Justice of the
Peace. Witnesses; Jesse and Malinda Huntsberger, residents of Lapeer.

1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 62 Ed 144 Sheet 10 Line 87);
Swain, Charles; white, born Michigan, March 1874, age 26, living in Livingston Twp. Otsego Co. Michigan, with wife Ida,
born Michigan, March 1875, also brothers Iva, born Michigan, Aug. 1876, age 24, and Hiram born Michigan, April 1882, age
18.

Lapeer Co. Death Record, (Book B, Page 156, Record #9272);
22 Aug. 1902 Charles Swain, male, white, married, age 30 years 4 months died Lapeer City, cancer of the face, born Mi.,
laborer, father Charles Swain from NY

S.D. Brown Funeral Home Index;
Swain, Charles 08-24-1902 arranged by Lapeer Co. Bk. 3 Page 151

CHARLES SWAIN;
1900 Michigan Soundex (Vol.. 1 ED 2 Sheet 2 Line 98)
Swain, Charles; white, born April 1883 age 17 Michigan, living Alger Co., Mathias Twp., boarder of John Nichols.

CHARLES SWAIN;
"Superior Heartland, A Backwoods History" by Rydholm, Marquette, Michigan: Building the (Henry) Ford Cabin;
It was early in the spring when they started to construct the foundations of the Ford Cabin at Huron Mountain. The weather
was unbearably hot that year, and the early-season black flies tormented the workmen. At the end of their ten-hour
workdays, the men went swimming naked in Pine Lake. This raised a chorus of objections from Club members, and Ford's
people were told they could no longer be housed on the property and would have to commute from Marquette. This was a
harsh judgment at the time, considering the Model T transportation and 45 miles of curving gravel road. In compensation,
the men were paid a staggering wage. In a time when $1 to $3 a day was the going rate of pay, Ford was paying the cabin
workmen $9 a day. When they were told that they had to drive back and forth to Marquette, their work day was reduced to
9 hours and their pay increased to $11. The men pooled their rides and couldn't believe their good fortune. There were 30
to 40 employees working on the Ford cabin all that summer and fall.

The stonemasons who put up the huge sandstone fireplace were Ernie Riopelle, Tom Devonshire and Charlie Swain. They
had all worked at Granot Loma. There were some other men splitting stone for them. When the fireplace was about five
feet above the mantel, Mr. Kahn, the architect, told them that the rock work was too perfect. He wanted it rough and
rugged looking. He said any mason could build a smooth-looking fireplace but it took experts and artist to make it rugged
looking. He told the men to tear it down and start over. They were furious, but did as they were told.
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CHARLES E SWAIN; (Joseph)
Coldwater, MI. newspaper index: Charles E. Swain; CR March 1, 1873 (m. Harriet Billings); May 31, 1873
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 10 ED 20 Sheet 13 Line 45);
Swain, Charles; white, born New York, Dec. 1838, age 61, living in Sherwood, Sherwood Twp., Branch Co. Michigan, with
wife Harriet, born Michigan, Jan. 1844 age 56, and son Aldridge born Michigan, July 1877, age 22.

1910 Michigan Soundex, Branch Co., Sherwood (011 0022 0053);
Charles E. Swain, age 71, born NY, and wife Harriet J. age 66 born, Michigan.

"The Kalamazoo Valley Family News Letter" Vol.. 3#2, winter 1972 Calhoun Co. Sherwood Twp., Page 47;
Supervisor - Charles E. Swain 1875 - 77, Clerk 1873.

Branch Co. Sherwood, Sherwood Cemetery; row 3;
Swain, Charles 1838-1913; Swain, Helen 1838-1871; Harriet 1844-1912; Swain, Edwin 1863-1894.

Swain, Charles; page 440 - 1838 Branch Co. 20th Century History; book located at Burton Library, Detroit; Library of
Congress, Mi. Historical Collection at Ann Arbor, Mi. State Library Lansing, MI.

CHARLES EDWIN SWAIN;
IGI Records;
Charles Edwin Swain married Ella Jane Saxton 31 Jan 1884 Branch Co. MI.

CHARLES F SWAIN;
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 36 Ed 118 Sheet 11 Line 34);
Swain, Charles F., white, born Mass. 1832, resident of Michigan Asylum for the Insane, Patient.

CHARLES F SWAIN;
Ionia Co. Marriage Index; Charles F. Swain married Josephine Minier.

CHARLES FISHER SWAIN; (David, David)
IGI Records; Charles Fisher Swain born 11 Feb. 1872 to David Swain and Rebecca, Ionia Co. MI.

Ionia Co. Births 1867 - 1880;
Swain, Charles Fisher page 210, #3135, Feb. 11, 1872, male born Ronald Twp, parents David Swain born Penn. and
Rebecca Swain born Ohio, father works as harness maker.

CHARLES H SWAIN;
Charles Swain married Mary Emmons, daughter of William & Martha E. (Davis) Emmons.

Lapeer Co. Land Records:
       1. Book ? Y Page 189 Charles H. and Mary Swain sold to Franklin Goodrich, on 25 July 1865, for $150.00, 1/4
           acre in Dryden.
       2. Vol.. X Page 188; Nancy Robinson of Dryden, on 19 June 1865, sold to Charles Swain for $150. 1/4 acre in
           Dryden.

CHARLES J SWAINE;
IGI Records; Charles J Swaine married Delia McDuffie 25 Nov. 1882 Allegan Co. MI.

CHARLES L SWAINE;
Lapeer Co. MI Birth Records; Charles L Swaine born in 1923.


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CHARLES R SWAIN;
"History of Kent Co." Page 270, The Junior Old Settlers' Association of the Grand River Valley; Charles Swain born at
Oswego NY 28 May 1843. Page 362, Michigan 5th Inf. Civil War: Swain, Charles R. Swain.

1860 Michigan Census Index: Swain, Charles Kent Co., MI. #516

CHARLES R SWAIN;
Lenawee County MI. Marriage Index;
Charles R. Swain 4/16/1969 Book 11, page 213.

CHARLES S SWAIN;
Oakland Co. Marriage Record: Charles S. Swan married Adella L. Wood on 3 Sept 1872

CHARLES S SWAIN;
Polk Directory City of Detroit
        1896 - Swain, Charles S., Cigarmaker, house, 138 Magnolia.
        1898-99 - Swain, Charles S. Cigarmaker, house, 111 Butternut.
        1907 - Swain, Charles S. Cigarmaker, boards 352 3rd Ave.

1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 80 ED 83 Sheet 4 Line 95);
Swain, Charles S. white, born New York, June 1844, age 56, living at 244 National Ave. Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan, with
daughter Blanche A. Swain, born Michigan, Sept. 1873, age 26, and daughter Mable A., born Michigan, June 1875, age 25.

CHARLES V SWAIN;
Polk Directory City of Detroit
        1912 - Swain, Charles V. machinist, boards 133 E. Grand Blvd.

CHARLOTTE SWAIN;
1894 Washtenaw Co. Census Index;
Swain, Charlotte, Mary Ann, Mary Jane, Neva M, and Samuel J. in York Twp. #517.

CHARLOTTE A SWAIN;
Jackson Co. Death Index; Book B, Page 63, #242;
Died 9 March 1889, Charlotte A. Swain; female, white, married, age 37 years, died in Topeka, Kansas. cause Paralysis,
born Michigan, housewife, parents John D. Kelly and Martha Haskin of Jackson, MI.

CARSON SWAIN;
1850 Census New Jersey, Lower Twp. page 73, #867, 867, Carson Swain age 41 upholsterer worth $900., Annie 42,
Nicholas age 12, Elizabeth age 10, George age 7, and Joseph age 6.

CHRISTIAN SWAIN;
1880 Michigan Soundex, Wayne Co. Detroit, 586 Marquette St.;
Christian Swain age 33, born Germany, wife Dorthea age 53 born Germany, sons, John age 6 born Germany, Henry age 4
born Germany, Frank age 1 born Michigan. (Vol.. 30 ED 310 Sheet 18 Line 10). (Immigrated between 1876 and 1880).

CHRISTIAN SWAIN;
"Folger Family",
Christian Swain, daughter of John Swain married April 23, 1731, Peter Folger, born 24 April 1708.

CINDY LEE SWAIN:
Cemetery Records, Oakland Co. MI.: Swain, Cindy Lee 1953 - 1954, Square Lake Cemetery (also Known as Cole
Cemetery)
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CLAIR ELLIS SWAIN; (Elias)
Branch Co., MI. Birth Records;
Swain, Clair Ellis, Page 226 #408, born Dec. 19, 1905, male, white, Bethel Twp., father Elias born Ohio, farmer, mother
Gertie born Michigan.

CLARA A SWAIN;
Certified Record of Marriage: Wayne Co. Mi., #113235;
Bridegroom, Torsten Blychert, never married, residing, Detroit, Michigan age 31, white, born Sweden, toolmaker, father's
name August, mother's name, Mary; full name of bride, Clara Swain, married one time, maiden name, Sutphen, resident of
Flint, Michigan age 51, white, born Michigan, father's name, William, mother's maiden name, Elsie Keith; married at Detroit,
Michigan 24th day of Dec. 1914, witnesses, Louis P. Moffat of Detroit and William Teagan of Detroit. Signed by Fred. E.
DeGaw, Justice of the Peace.

Information given by Ingvar Blychert: in an e-mail to Sandy Dennis: Clara A. married in 1914, my uncle Torsten Andreas
Blychert, born in Bjorkang, Sweden on Dec. 6, 1883. Here is an extract of his Birth Act from the Swedish Church Book:;
born Dec 6, 1883 , the third child of his parents Auugust Blychert in Toreboda “School Teacher” and Maria Johansson age
23 years.

Certificate of Death: St. Clair, St. Clair Co., Michigan, Torsten Blychert, male, white, married, born Dec. 6, 1882, age 34
years, 6 months, 3 days, Machinist, Motor Produce Co., born Sweden, Parents names unknown, informant Clara Blychart,
Detroit, Mi., died June 9, 1917, cause of death, both legs crushed, died in 6 hours, Hemorrhage, burial Dryden, Mi., June 13,
1917.

Declaration for Remarried Widow's Pension: State of Michigan county of Genesee; on this 4th day of October 1917, Clara A.
Blychert, formerly Swain, age 54 years, and 17 days at the date, states that she was born September 17, 1863, at Dryden
Twp. Co. of Lapeer, State of Michigan.

That she was formerly the widow of James J. Swain, who enlisted Aug. 22, 1862 at Morristown, NY, under the name James
J. Swain, as Privet Co. B, 106th Reg't NY Vol.. Infantry, and was Honorably Discharged, June 22nd, 1865, having served
there in during the late Civil War.
That said soldier was not employed in the military or naval service of the U.S. otherwise.
That she was married to said soldier Dec. 23rd, 1877, under the name of Clara A. Sutphen, at Dryden, Lapeer Co., MI., by
the Reverend John Gray; that she had not been previously married; that the said soldier had not been previously married.
That the said soldier died November 28, 1909, at township of Burton, Genesee county, Michigan; that she was never
divorced from him, nor he from her.
That she was formerly pensioned as the widow of said soldier, the number of her pension certificate being 696.807, and the
number of her claim was 934.594; that her pension or right to pension terminated because of her marriage Dec. 24, 1914 to
Torsten A. Blychert, at Detroit, Mi., that he died June 9, 1917, near Port Huron, St. Clair Co. MI; that she never divorced from
him; that he did not serve in the U.S. service.
That she did not marry again after the death of the soldier, except to Torsten A. Blychert, named above.
That she makes this declaration for the purpose of being placed on the pension roll of the U.S., as a remarried widow, under
the SECOND SECTION of the ACT OF CONGRESS approved September 8, 1916.

General Affidavit: 24 Dec. 1917, Genesee Co., Mi.; In the matter of Clara A. Blychert, formerly widow of James J. Swain, Co.
B 106 Reg't New York Vol.. Infantry, late civil war. Claim No. 696.807. Roy J. Swain age 32, resident of 3231/2 S. Saginaw
St. Flint, Mi. That he is a son of Clara A. Blychert, formerly Swain, the claimant, and is the issue of the claimant's marriage to
James J. Swain, the soldier, and has been conversant with the claimant's personal affairs to this date, from the days of his
boyhood and youth, and is knowing of the fact, that the claimant was never married other than to Torsten A. Blychert since
the death of James J. Swain, the said soldier; that the claimant was never divorced from Torsten A. Blychert, nor he form
her, and that the claimant and Torsten A. Blychert lived together as husband and wife up to the date of his death, and has not


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remarried since his death. He further declares that he has no interest in the prosecution of this claim.      Signed Roy J
Swain

General Affidavit; 28 Dec. 1917; Genesee Co. Mi.; In the matter of Clara A. Blychert, formerly Swain, widow of James J.
Swain Co. B 106 Reg't NY Vol.. Inf'ty. claim # 696.807; Effie A. Kendrick (of the Schank family) age 62 a resident of 313 East
5th St. Flint, Mi.; That she has known and been personally acquainted with Clara A. Swain the claimant for more than 50
years, and has been more or less conversant with her personal affairs, and is knowing of the fact, that the claimant was
never married other than to James J. Swain, and Torsten A. Blychert; that the affiliate was personally acquainted with the
claimant before her marriage to James J. Swain, the soldier. That the claimant has not remarried since the death of
Torsten A. Blychert and the Claimant's maiden name was Sutphen.

Declaration for Remarried Widow's Pension - Civil War; State of Michigan, County of Genesee, Oct., 1932; Clara A.
Brundage states she is 71 years of age, that she was born on September 17, 1861 at Whigville, Lapeer County, Michigan.
That she was formerly the widow of James J. Swain, Co. B. 106th Regiment, New York Infantry. She was married to said
soldier under the name of Clara A. Sutphen by Elder Gray, at Dryden, Michigan and that she had not been previously
married, that he had not been previously married. She was not divorced from the soldier; that after his death she remarried
to Andrew Blychert at Detroit, Michigan who died in June, 1917, at St. Clair, Michigan and he did not serve in the service.
That she did not marry again after the death of the soldier, except as herein stated. Remarried to Almeron Brundage at
Flint, Michigan who died September 3, 1932 at Flint, Michigan. Witnessed by Howard Cline and Francis J. George. Address
of Clara A. Brundage % Roy J. Swain, 116 W. Union St. Flint, Michigan

Death Record of Almeron Brundage: Hurley Hospital, Flint Michigan; residence - 318 Wood St. Flint, Male, white, married to
Clara Brundage, born Apr. 17, 1872, age 60 years 4 months 16 days, born Canada, parents names unknown, burial C Hills
Cemetery 9/6/32, undertaker, Groves & Co. Flint, Michigan C.J. Scavarda, M.D., date of death Sept. 3, 1932, time 1:45 PM,
cause of death, Fracture of Skull, Fracture 2nd and 3rd cervical vertebrae, railroad & auto accident, deceased was driver of
car.

CLARA E SWAIN; (John)
Lenawee Co., MI. Marriage Index;
Swain, Clara E. 12/23/1882, Book D, Page 105.

CLARA M SWAIN;
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 8 ED 9 Sheet 3 Line 10);
Swain, Clara M., white, born Canada, June 1882 age 18, living in Thompsonville, Weldon Twp. Benzie Co. Mi., adopted
daughter of Christian Swarup?.

CLARE SWAIN;
1910 Michigan Soundex, Genesee Co. Flint (018 0018 0063);
Clare Swain, age 28, born Michigan, roomer with William Boland.

CLARE A SWAIN;
1910 Michigan Soundex, Genesee Co., Flint (017 0006 0088);
Clare A. Swain age 48, born Michigan, living alone.

CLARE E SWAIN;
Polk Directory City of Detroit
        1914 - Swain, Clare E. (Wray, Swain & Allen) house 229 Montgomery
        1915 - Swain, Clare E. accountant 618-19 Free Press Bldg. house 229 Montgomery Ave.

Burton Library, Michigan & Detroit Bio. Index;
Clare E. Swain (Detroit News Obit, 7 Mar, 1949). Services will be held for Clare E. Swain, retired deputy clerk of the
Recorder's Court at 2 p.m. Tues. at the Dehn Funeral Homes. Burial at Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. Swain, 66 died Saturday
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at home following a long illness. Born in Harbor Beach, Michigan he came to Detroit in 1912 and became active in Masonic
work. He founded Waverly Lodge 527 and assisted in the formation of the 1st DeMolay Chapter. He also was a member
of Palestine Chapter #159 R.A.M., Monroe Council #1, R.S.M.; Detroit. Commanders #1, Knights Temple, Wayne Co.
Memorial Lodge, and the Masonic Relief Board of Wayne Co. His wife Clare W. and two sisters, Mrs. Valley Pacey of
Detroit and Mrs. Omar Anderson, of Grants Pass, Ore. survive,

CLARENCE E SWAIN;
Polk Directory City of Detroit;
        1913 Swain, Clarence E. clerk, house 10 Montieth

CLAUD SWAIN;
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 80 ED 29 Sheet 16 Line 38);
Swain, Claud; white, born Michigan, July 1868, age 32, living at 247 Latrose, Detroit, Wayne Co. Mi., with wife Verona, born
July 1866, age 34, daughter (?) Lulu, born June 1892, age 8, and Charles Graling, age 27 born Michigan May 1873.

CLAUDE E SWAIN; (John)
Early Marriages of Shiawassee Co., Michigan, 1887-1901;
Swain, Claude E., married Froney Serr, #462, year 1889, Index # 462.

Shiawassee County Land Records;
Swain, Claude E., & wife (grantors) Sarah L. Bacon (grantee) Libre 71, Page 357, 1890, Section 6, Township 6, Range 4, Pt.
Sec.

"Polk Directory, City of Detroit 1900"
Swain, Claude E. clerk for Union Track Co. house at 247 Labrosse.

CLINTON D. SWAIN; (Wm. P., Charles, Abner, Wm,. Wm,. John, John, Richard)
Born 1843 Morristown NY.

CLINTON S SWAIN; (Theodore, Wm. P., Charles, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Berrian Co. Death Records (Liber B. Page 100 #499);
Clinton S. Swain, died 8 Oct. 1890, male, white, single, age 6 months 28 days, died at Niles Twp. due to Whooping Cough,
born Michigan to Theodore D. and Lydia Swain. Theodore from Bertrand, Lydia from Niles.

CLYDE E SWAIN;
Polk Directory City of Detroit;
        1914 - Swain, Clyde E. manager Peninsular Garage house 82 Elmhurst Ave.
        1915 - Swain, Clyde accountant same as above, house 44 Midland.

“The Quill” 1922 Almont; Swain, Clyde, 1903 Alumni; 1994 Buena Vista, W., Detroit, Mi. died 1949.

CLYDE S SWAIN;
1900 Michigan Soundex (Vol.. 38 ED 32 Sheet 9 Line 45);
Swain, Clyde S., white, born Oct. 1882 age 17 Michigan, living Kent Co., Ada Twp., laborer of John McMillan.

CLYDE E SWAIN; (Orville, Hiram, William, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co. MI Marriages; (Book 5 page 13 #77);
License June 10, 1907 Clyde S Swain age 24, white, resident of Almont, born MI., Dentist, son of Orville W Swain and Ida
Bates, no previous marriages. Annie E. Paton age 24, white, resident of Almont, born MI., Housekeeper, daughter of John
H. Paton and Sarah E Wilson, no previous marriage. Married June 12, 1907 at Almont. John H Paton, Minister of the
Gospel. Witnesses; Parker G and Christina E Pennington, Residents of Detroit.


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“Almont” Page 137 Lapeer co Library;
Annie (daughter of Rev. John Paton) married Clyde Swain in 1907. Their children were Lucile, Wilber, and Ida. The family
lived in Brown City then moved to the Detroit area.

Lapeer Co. Cemeteries; Almont/Hough Cemetery; Block #9;
Swain, Clyde Elmo, born 10 May (or 4 Oct.) 1882, died 22 May 1949, buried with Annie Paton and Lawrence P. Swain.

CONSIDER S SWAIN; (Calvin S., Jonathan, John, John, Daniel, William)
"History of Jackson County", Page 151;
C.S. Swain, born at Kingsbury, NY., March 23, 1805, and was the first settler in Brooklyn Township, Oct., 1832.

Flushing 1856/7 "Overseer of the Poor" Consider S. Swain.

Flushing Cemetery; (Flushing, MI)
Swain, child of C.S. (Consider S.) and M.E. (Mary E.) died 19 Jan 1852

1860 Federal Census, Michigan, Genesee Co., Flushing Village;
Consider Swain, age 55, worth; real estate $4,000, personal $500., born New York, wife Perlina age 21 keeping house, born
Michigan, daughter Mary age 15 born Michigan., daughter Ellen age 12 born Michigan, also Eunice Butler age 40
seamstress born New York and William age 7 born Mass.

Perry Archives, Flint, Michigan, Merle Perry Collection:
C.S. Swain, born ca. 24 Mar 1805, died 9 Dec. 1886, Headstone - 81 years 8 months 16 days, buried Flushing Cemetery,
Genesee Co. Michigan.; married Mary E. born ca. 6 Aug. 1815, died 25 Jan 1852, headstone "36 years 5 months 19 days"
buried Flushing Cemetery; child Janet Swain born 30 Apr. 1843 died 3 Aug. 1843, headstone "3 months 3 days", buried
Flushing Cemetery (parents lot), ____ Swain b. ---- Headstone "Baby son of C.S. and M.E. Swain" died 19 Jan. 1852
buried Flushing Cemetery, (parents lot)

Consider came to Flushing Village by 1852, in 1858 operated Flouring Michigan Mill,-1873 not listed.

CORA SWAIN; (Wife of Merle Swain)
"Metamora among the Hills, a History" Page 70;
Cora (Plumley) Swain, played piano for the school children.

CORA SWAIN; (Silas)
Branch Co. Michigan Birth Records:
Swain, Cora L. Page 123 #1821 born Jan 11, 1870, female, born Gilead Twp., father Silas P. Swain of Gilead Twp, born NY,
farmer, mother, Ruth A. Swain, born NY.

CORA SWAIN; (Richard, Aaron, Richard)
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol.. 9 ED 81 Sheet 7 lone 16);
Swain, Cora; white, born Michigan July 187? age 26, living in Watervliet, Watervliet Twp. Berrian Co., Michigan, sister-in-law
to Frank Fowler.

Berrian Co. Death Records;
Cora L Swain died 8 Aug. 1904, female, single, age 24 years 1 month 1 day, died at Watervleit, born Michigan, parents
Richard Swain and Anna M. Haines.

CORA BELLE SWAIN
St. Lawrence County History Association, card file;
Cora Belle Swain, died 6 September 1889 at 14 years 1 month 20 day.


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LDS film #556598 Births, Deaths, Marriages 1864-1902 Gouveneur Herald.
1889 - Died: Swain - In Gouveneur, Sept 6th, of typhoid fever, Cora Belle, age 14 years, 10 months, and 20 days.

CORNELIUS A SWAIN; (Wm., Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Birth Records Morristown, St. Lawrence Co.;
9 Aug. 1848, Samuel Purdy Swain born to Cornelius and Sarah Swain.

1850 Census NY, St. Lawrence county, Morristown, Page 49, Dwelling 362;
Cornelius A. Swain, age 31, farmer, born N.Y., wife Sarah, age 30 born NY., son Samuel Purdy, age 2, born NY., also
WILLIAM SWAIN age 65 born NY.

Lapeer Co. Michigan., Land Records; Vol.. Q, Page 593;
18 Feb. 1854, Alexander Swain and his wife Abigail of Twp. of Dryden sold to Cornelius A. Swain of aforesaid for $700.00
80 acres in township 6, witnesses Isaac Newton J.P. and Mercy Swain.

Lapeer Co. Land Records, Book L, Page 261;
Cornelius A. Swain of Lapeer Co. Michigan., on 13 Jan 1855 bought from Stephen and Diantha Grunnell of Macomb Co.
Michigan., N.W.. 1/4 of S.E. 1/4 and W. & N part of S.W. 1/4 of S.E. 1/4 of S.W. 32 township 6 (Almont) N. of range 11 east,
for $350.00, 60 acres.

1860 Michigan Census Index: Swain, Cornelius A. Ionia Co. MI. #778

"History & Directory of Ionia Co. MI" 1872;
Swain, Cornelius A., farmer, age ? 32, Otisco, Smyrna, Ionia Co.

1870 MI Census, Ionia Co., Township of Otisco, Dwelling #282;
Cornelius Swain age 52, farmer, real estate $2,500, personal estate worth $2,500, born NY, wife Sarah age 50, keeping
house, born Canada, son Samuel age 21 born NY, daughter Levina age 18, born Canada, son Morris age 17 born Michigan
and daughter Amelia age 13 born Michigan.

CORDELIA SWAIN; (Horace, Iva, Abner, Wm., Wm., John, John, Richard)
Lapeer Co. Births; #4259;
4 May 1886 Cordelia Swain, female, white, Arcadia, parents Horace & Almedia Swain.

Lapeer Co. MI. Marriages; (Book 4 Page 280 #3334);
License Dec. 28, 1903, Richard Welch age 23, white, resident of Arcadia, born MI., Farmer, son of Thomas Welch and Lydia
Yager, no previous marriage, Cordelia Swain, age 18, white, resident of Arcadia, born MI., daughter of Horace Swain and
Almeda Kile, no previous marriage, Married Dec. 30, 1903 at Arcadia, R.C. Crossman, Minister, Witnesses: Elmer and Rose
Young, residents of Arcadia.

Cordelia Swain buried Arcadia/Lum Cemetery, b. 1886 d. 1973, plot 2, row D, Line 5, lot 182.

CYNTHIA SWAIN;
1900 Michigan Soundex, (Vol... 30 Ed 59 Sheet 9 Line 77);
Swain, Cynthia, white, born New York, Aug. 1830, age 69, living in White Oak Twp., Ingham Co., Michigan, aunt to William
Morgan.

CYNTHIA SWAIN; (Joel, Aaron, Richard)
Jackson Co. MI. Births;
Cynthia Swain born April 20, 1869, female, white, born Tompkins Twp, parents Joel and Deborah Swain of Tompkins, both
born N.Y., farmer.


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