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A REAL SON OF THE REVOLUTION Havelock Ma??'s
Father Fought in the Revolutionary War. Nelson Moore's Parent
a Gunner in the Continental Artillery.
1
SON OF REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER VISITS WAYNE
Incidents in the Pioneer Life of Nelson Moore. Among the Last
of Sons of Revolutionary Soldiers.
1
List of Subscribers.
2
ERRATA.
3
Preface.
4
Andrew Moore and his Descendants.
5
Parents Second Generation,
7
Parents Third Generation,
15
Parents Fourth Generation, Children Fifth.
31
Parents Fifth Generation,
62
PIONEER NEBRASKAN PASSES.
a
Parents Sixth Generation,
109
Parents Seventh Generation,
193
Parents Eighth Generation,
254
Parents Ninth Generation,
272
Parents Tenth Generation.
275
Index
277



ANDREW MOORE
OF
POQUONOCK AND WINDSOR, CONN.,
AND
HIS DESCENDANTS
BY
HON. HORACE L. MOORE,
LAWRENCE, KANSAS.

A REAL SON OF

THE REVOLUTION

Havelock Ma??'s Father Fought

in the Revolutionary

War.

Nelson Moore's Parent a Gunner

in the Continental

Artillery.

The only known real Son of the American Revolution in the west, and one out
of a very small number in the United States. has just been discovered in the
person of Nelson Moore, of 1320 P Street, Havelock, Neb. Mr. Moore will
be made an honorary member of the Lincoln chapter of the Sons of the
American Revolution, and will be honored with a banquet in the near future.

When the Lincoln chapter of the S. A. R. was organized about one year ago,
Mr. Moore sent in his application, without however, stating that his own father
was a veteran of the revolutionary war. He postponed filling out the application
blank sent him and therefore it was only this week that C. S. Paine, president
of the local S. A. R. discovered that he is a direct descendant of a
revolutionary veteran, therefore a man to be highly distinguished in historical
societies.

Mr. Moore has his father's pension papers proving that he served for three
years in the revolution. His name was King Moore, and he was the only
person by that name who served in the revolutionary war. He was born 152
years ago in 1762. His only living son, Nelson Moore, was born in April 12,
1830. King Moore's birthplace was in Connecticut. He enlisted at West Point,
N. Y., in 1779, and served three years and seven months as a private and
gunner in the third continental artillery under Captain Henry Burbeck and Col.
John Crane. He was granted a pension April 14, 1818, at which time he gave
his age as 56, and his place of residence as Moreland, N. Y. He died in
Fredonia, N. Y., in 1836.

But Six Years Old.
Nelson Moore was but six years old at the time of his father's death, but he
recalls vividly that day and the appearance of his soldier father. Nelson Moore
came to Nebraska in 1855, and spent six years freighting across the plains. He
settled in Coleridge, Cedar county, Neb., in April of the year 1888, and
engaged in stock raising and farming. He married Miss Cynthia Sophia
Gardner of Strawberry Point, Ia., in 1860. They have four children.

Mr. Moore has lived in Havelock but about a year. He is a fine looking
specimen of the sturdy stock of Nebraska pioneers and does not show his 85
years.

Mr. Paine says that Mr. Moore is the only real son of a veteran of the
revolution known of in the west. Nebraska boasted a real daughter of the
American revolution, living in Hastings, until a few years ago, when she died.

SON OF REVOLUTIONARY

SOLDIER VISITS WAYNE

Incidents in the Pioneer Life of Nelson

Moore. Among the Last of Sons

of Revolutionary Soldiers.

Nelson Moore of Hordville, Nebraska, visited at Wayne Sunday, a guest at
the home of his cousin, E. O. Gardner and family, and it was an opportunity to
refresh memory as to some of his varied life history, which may be of interest,
for he is one of the very few, if not the last one now living who is the son of a
soldier of the Revolutionary war. One hundred and fifty years is a long period
of time to be covered by two generations only.

King Moore, father of Nelson Moore, enlisted in the American army in
November, 1779, and was then but sixteen or seventeen years of age, and
served three years and seven months private and gunner, serving under Capt.
Henry Burbeck and Col. John Crane. The records do not tell in what battles
he took part, and he did not state in his application for pension which he was
granted in 1818. He enlisted from West Point, New York, and from the family
history we learn that he served as a drummer boy before that date, though
probably not enlisted, as there is no record in war department of such service.
He died at the age of 75 years in Chautauqua county, New York, leaving a
wife and several children, of whom Mr. Moore is now sole survivor.

Nelson Moore was born in Chautauqua county, New York, April 12, 1830,
when that country was an almost unbroken forest. At six years of age he was
left fatherless, with two children in the family yet younger than he, and several
older, but none old enough to help the mother much in the battle for a living.
He says that he stayed a part of the time among relatives, and at an early age
began to make his own way. His first work as freighter was hauling stone from
the quarry to places where they were to be used in the construction of the first
railroad in western New York, the old Erie road. Later he hauled the rails for
use on that road, from the lake where they were shipped by water.

Railroad building was not then the science that it is today, and instead of
hauling their own iron rails to the place where they were to be used, by their
own power over the new track they had the work done by teams, hauling as
far as 40 miles and stringing them out by the grade where the track was to be
built. Then a gang of track layers were put out here and there to lay the new
road. The grading was done by men with shovels, wagons or carts and by men
and wheelbarrows for very short hauls.

At the age of 25 he left his native state, and journeyed by boat, rail and team
to southern Minnesota, where he entered a piece of land, and later relinquished
and went further west in the state, where he contracted for a fine farm and paid
all he had--about $1,000 on the place. From here he went to Clayton county,
Iowa, to visit a brother, and was there when the Pike's Peak gold fever broke
out.

He married in March, 1860, to Sophia Gardner, who with five childern, is yet
living. He with others fitted out and started for the land of gold. He spent seven
years of the time between 1860 and `70 freighting on the plains and in the
mountains, no venture in his line too hazardous to undertake.

He hauled wood and supplies for the government, at one time being engaged
with a train of about forty wagons and more than 300 oxen for the motive
power. The freight rate in those days for mountain hauling was $1.70 per 100
pounds per 100 miles, and he made trips where the gross pay or the freight
amounted to $14,000 or over. He told of one little contract which he had with
he government hauling wood across the Platte river during very cold weather.
The stream was frozen partly over, but the channel was open in the middle. Six
or eight yoke of oxen were strung out to each wagon so that some of them
would be on good footing all of the time and with the drivers clinging to the
ox-bows when they were going through the open water, the wood was
moved.

Here he demonstrated to his satisfaction that whiskey was of no real benefit to
a man, and he never used it in all the hardships he went through. But for this
work he had to furnish it to those who worked, and they kept fires on either
bank of the stream and both coffee and whiskey for the men, and those who
used the coffee stood the work more hours a day than those who drank liquor.

In 1868 he sold part of his oufit, and with the other part returned to
northeastern Iowa, buying a farm in Deleware county the following year which
he settled down to improve, and remained here until sometime in the late '80's
when he moved to Coleridge, which place was their home until they moved to
Lincoln about three years ago, and are now planning or return to Lincoln or
Coleridge for the remainder of their days.

At the age of 82 Mr. Moore is well and spry, and no one guesses within ten or
fifteen years of his age, having always enjoyed almost perfect health, his only
sickness being blood-poisoning resulting from an accident which cost him part
of his left hand. As a result he went to a hospital and had the arm amputated
near the shoulder and rallied to his usual good health, although upward of 75
years of age when the arm was lost.

Once only, and that after an absence of 38 years did he visit his native state,
and then those whom he found of his boyhood days none were in a physical
condition that compared with his, and when asked about it would tell that no
one grows old in the west, and we think the saying is in a measure true.

Inured to hardship from his youth, he spent a large part of his life on the
frontier amid privations that only the rugged could withstand, he is today
apparently in perfect health, and one of the few people now living who can tell
from personal knowledge of the men who fought for national independence
from British rule.

In politics he has always been a republican, and is yet, but says that if he lives
until November he will vote for Woodrow Wilson, for he does not think the
candidates named by the other parties represent republicanism.

While at Wayne he contracted for a modest tombstone to be placed on the
family lot in the in the cemetery at Coleridge so that it will be there to mark the
last resting place of himself and worthy wife when they shall have closed their
eyes to earthly scenes. So it is that after a life of wandering Coleridge is
selected as the place that to them seems the most like home, and there they
want to be taken when the end comes.


LAWRENCE, KANSAS.
JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY.
1903.

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List of Subscribers.


COPY
Dr. H. H. Moore, Chautauqua, N. Y.,
2
Frank H. Moore, Albuquerque, N. M.,
1
Mrs. Cleland N. Offley, Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.,
1
P. P. Moore, Charlotte, Michigan,
1
Mary Virginia Agnew, Alexandria, Virginia,
1
M. D. Moore, Fond du Lac, Wis.,
1
Edward J. Moore, 216 Front St., New York,
1
V. A. Moore, Ithaca, N. Y.,
2
J. B. Moore, Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
1
Dr. William Frederick Holcombe, 78 Lexington Ave., New York,
1
Mrs. Lorenzo Burrows, Albion, N. Y.,
1
Mrs. D. S. Crossette, Constantine, Michigan,
4
David P. Hart, Akron, Ohio,
1
Joel W. Howey, Canandaigua, N. Y.,
1
Hon. James S. Moore, West Stockbridge, Mass.,
1
Cornelia Nelson Irvin, Jamestown, N. Y.,
1
Clifford O. Moore, Hartford, Conn.,
1
Judge Pliny W. Bartholomew, Indianapolis, Indiana,
1
William A. Moore, Hartford, Conn.,
2
Martin H. Smith, Suffield, Conn.,
1
Mrs. Marcia Gaylord Fowler, Berkeley, California,
1
Edgar Norwood Smith, Suffield, Conn.,
1
Mrs. Wm. F. Risley, Vernon, Tolland Co., Conn.,
1
Hon. Park Agnew, Alexandria, Va.,
1
Mrs. F. J. King, Montague, Calif.,
1
Thomas Nelson, Stone House, Nev.,
1
A. Dibble, Westfield, Mass.,
1
C. J. Moore, Mantua, Ohio,
1
Dr. E. C. Hebbard, Boston, Mass.,
1
Sarah J. Moore, Springfield, Mass.,
1
Schuyler S. Moore, 20 Broad Street, New York,
1
Melvin B. Smith, Lowell, Mass.,
1
Julia E. M. Tower, Rochester, N. Y.,
1
Reuben Moore, Chatham, N. Y.,
1
W. W. Moore, Mantua, Ohio,
1
Hon. F. A. Derthick, Mantua, Ohio,
1
Rev. G. H. Fairbanks, Cleveland, Ohio,
1
Norfolk Library, Norfolk, Conn.
1
Mrs. M. H. Sanford, Tarriffville, Conn.,
1
Lucy S. Ruggles, Monkland, Oregon,
1
Com. Jno. W. Moore, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1
Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, Conn.,
1
New York Historical Society, Second Ave., New York,
1
State Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin,
1
Alexander Whiteside, Boston, Mass.,
1
Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minn.,
1
Syracuse Public Library, Syracuse, N. Y.,
1
A. C. Van Cott, Colorado Springs, Col.,
1
Edwin M. Moore, Fond du Lac, Wis.,
1
F. M. Moore, Fond du Lac, Wis.,
1
D. C. Moore, Grafton, N. Dakota,
1
Miss F. A. Moore, Talcottville, Conn.,
1
Jennie E. Heath, Ann Arbor, Mich.,
1
Silas Bronson Library, Waterbury, Conn.,
1
H. Warren Phelps, Columbus, Ohio,
2
Delia E. Slocum, Colorado Springs, Col.,
1
Orland Earl Moore, Westfield, Mass.,
1
Mary L. Heilman, Philadelphia, Pa.,
1
Mrs. Gertrude Hart Larkins, East Liverpool, Ohio,
1
J. J. Moore, Oshkosh. Wisconsin,
1
Elbert A. Chapman, Montgomery, Mass.,
1
Robb Combs, Kansas City, Mo.,
1
Mrs. O. A. Moore, Westfield, Mass.,
1
Wilbert T. Moore, Huntington, Mass,,
1
Mrs. Mary Dobson, Litchfield, Mich.,
1
H. E. Moore, Westfield, Mass.,
1
Mrs. Z. C. Ford, Northville, N. Y.,
1
Lucien O. Moore, Montgomery, Mass.,
1
Mrs. Duane N. Griffin, New Haven, Conn.,
1
Oliver A. Moore, Montgomery, Mass.,
1
Henry Nelson, Chico, California,
1
C. L. Moore, Westfield, Mass.,
1
Lyman B. Moore, Holyoke, Mass.,
2
M. E. Moore, Westfield, Mass.,
1
Mrs. C. M. Dibble, Riley, Oregon,
1
Arthur E. Hunt, Westfield, Mass.
1
Edward A. Allen, New York City,
1
Miss R. M. Moore, Mantua, Ohio,
1
Sylvanus Moore, Oxford, N. Y.,
3
Mrs. M. W. Smith, Aurora, Ill.,
1
Charles E. Hewitt, Chicago, Ill.,
1
Yale University Library, New Haven, Conn.,
1
John Fowler, Westfield, Mass.,
2

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M. D. Moore, Fond du Lac, Wis.,
1
Mrs. M. B. Du Bois, Madison Ave., New York,
1
Delia M. Thompson, Stewartsville, N. J.
1
DeWitt Moore, Indianapolis, Ind.,
1
Burt L. Shepard, Chicago, Ill.,
1
Joseph M. Moore, M. D., West Rupert, Vermont,
1
G. W. Moore, Akron, Ohio,
1
Samuel A. Moore, Atchison, Kansas,
1
L. D. Harvey, Harvey, Michigan,
1
Mrs. Samuel W. Moore, Kansas City, Mo.,
1
Dr. W. F. Fairbanks, Kansas City, Kansas,
1
Mrs. Charlotte L. Coles, Wellsborough, Pa.,
1
Frederic L. Nettleton, Hartford, Conn.,
1
G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York,
1
V. D. Allen, Cleveland, Ohio,
1
New-England Historic Geneological Society, Boston, Mass.,
1
Mrs. Myra C. Lewis, Alma, Mich.,
1
Hon. Daniel B. Child, E. 73d St., New York,
1
Dana S. Moore, Westfield, Mass.,
1
Harry E. Moore, Westfield, Mass.,
3
William A. Childs, Englewood, N. J.,
1
Demmie P. Cooke, Columbus, Ohio,
1
Charles E. Moore, Santa Clara, Calif.,
1
Mrs. Ottie Smith Moore, Evansville, Ind.,
1
Long Island Historical Society, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1
L. B. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1
Mrs. Belle Lee Case, Barkhamsted, Conn.,
1


The correspondence, family records, etc., will be deposited with the Kansas
State Historical Society for the use of the future genealogist of the family.

ERRATA.

The following numbers should have been preceded by a star (*): 32, 1672,
2348, 3055, 3056.

A. D. Rogers, p. 41, should be Ada Rogers.

Irwin Levi Gunnison, No. 2660, p. 250, should be Irvin.

Edna I. Belden's name, p. 168, is omitted from the index.

In family 2077, Wilbert Clement should read Wilbert Clement Reed.


Names preceded by a star (*) re-appear as the head of a family.

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Preface.

In 1900, I printed a pamphlet giving the record of three generations of the
descendants of Andrew Moore of Poquonock, Conn. In that publication I
promised to print the records of his descendants if it proved possible to obtain
them. This book is published in fulfillment of that promise.

I have not accomplished all that I hoped, but I comfort myself with the
reflection that the fault is not all mine. Of some of the families it was impossible
to get a trace. In some members of the family it was not possible to awake
sufficient interest in the work to induce them to furnish their records.

It is very probable that mistakes will be found, but the records of the later
generations are in writing furnished by the several families and ought to be
accurate.

It is hoped that those who are interested will save all new matter which they
are able to obtain, that some later genealogist will be able to make a complete
record of the family.

It remains to express my obligations, which are infinite, to the people who have
assisted in procuring the records for this work, together with some of the
Genealogies drawn upon. Stiles' Ancient Windsor, Connecticut, has been
indispensable. The Goodwins of Hartford, Conn.; George Hayes of Windsor
and His Descendants, and The Higleys and Their Ancestry, are here credited
with much valuable matter. The Leonard and Cushman Genealogies have
furnished the records of those families.

Mrs. O. A. Moore, of Westfield, Mass., and Comodore John W. Moore, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., have been indefatigable in their search for records. V. D.
Allen, of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. H. O. Moore, of Rutland, Vt., Wm. A.
Moore, of Hartford, Conn., and many others, should be remembered by the
family for the work they have done in preserving its records. Miss Mary L.
Whitman, genealogist, of Hartford, Conn., is painstaking and reliable in all that
she does.

"So! now 'tis ended, like an old wife's story."
I hope the family will take as much pleasure in completing the records as I
have in gathering those contained in this book.

H. L. MOORE.
Lawrence, Kan., July 23, 1903.



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Andrew Moore and his Descendants.

1. The first mention, yet discovered, of ANDREW MOORE, of Poquonnock,
Conn., is the record of his marriage, which is as follows: "ANDREW MOORE
& fara Phelpes yt was Dafter of famuell Phelpes ware married by capten
Newberry, february. 15. 1671."1 Samuel Phelps was the son of William, the
immigrant, who came to Dorchester, Mass., in 1630, and thence to Windsor,
Conn., in 1636. He married Sarah (dau. of Edward) Griswold Nov. 10, 1650,
and "Sarah Phelps was born in March, the latter end of 1653." (Windsor
Town Record.) The Phelps family came from Tewkesbury, England, on the
ship Mary and John. Sarah Griswold, b. Kenilworth, England, in 1628, came
to America with her father in 1639. They settled in Windsor, Conn.

In 1673, 34 members of the church of Windsor, called the new church, signed
a paper which Gov. Winthrop endorsed, "Windsor men of the new church,
complaint in Winter, 1673." (See Stiles' Ancient Windsor, Vol. I, p. 206.) In
1675 Matthew Grant paid Andrew Moore œ1, 17s., on "warr account." This
must have been for services during the destruction of Simsbury by the Indians.
Jan. 23, 1674, the town, by Matthew Grant, paid Andrew Moore, Nathaniel
Pinney and Joseph Griswold for making a new ferry boat. They were paid œ3,
6s., 8d., in barter, and it seems, too, that the tax levy was assigned before
collection in the payment of debts, "In the good old colony times." Here is
Andrew's share in payment of the ferry boat account:


2 bushels wheat,
œ0--8--0
2 bushels of Indan
5--0
Danels Haydns rate
10--0
Abram Randel and
Abram Phelps rate
9--7
Job Drakes rate
9--7
(???) rate
6--2
(???)
2--5
Set off with Jeremy
Jillets that he owed him
œ0--7--0
Had of Math.
Grant 2 boshel of Indan
5--0
and 2lb 3 of flax
2--9
and benaja Holcoms rate
1--2
œ3--6--8.


August 24, 1678, Andrew Moore and 34 others were sued by James Cornish
for a school bill of œ0--5--2. His oldest child,
1NOTE.--Savage says "married Sarah Phelps, perhaps dau. of William," and
he
married Sarah the dau. of Samuel to John Mansfield. Stiles had discovered
the record
of Andrew's marriage to Sarah the dau. of Samuel, and then deliberately
assassinated
Andrew in 1680, and married his widow to John Mansfield in 1683. We
object;--still
John Mansfield married Sarah Phelps It is suggested that the Sarah he
married was
Sarah dau. of Humphrey and Mary (Hull) Pinney, born, Windsor, Conn.,
Nov. 19, and
baptized Dec. 3, 1648, who married William Phelps Dec. 20, 1676. He died
Feb. 17, 1681,
leaving his widow Sarah Phelps, then 33 years of age. Here is a Sarah
Phelps who perhaps
married John Mansfield in 1683, The record of the marriage is as follows:
"John
Mansfield and Sarah Phelps were marired Dec, 13th --." The date preceding
this entry is
Apr. 14, 1668, and the first date following is April 5, 1678. (Windsor
Records, Vols. I and II.)

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Sarah, was then but 6 years of age. It would seem that Andrew was a little
slack in educational matters. Dec. 20, 1680, he was paid by the town for labor
on the church. He had a grant of land at Salmon Brook, now Granby, Conn.,
in 1680, in which he is called "Andrew Moore the carpenter, of Windsor,
Conn."

Major John Talcott, who had agreed to extinguish the Indian title to Simsbury
for 300 acres of land, gives a gloomy account of this, at that time, western
country. He says that he "can find no place where any thing considerable can
be taken up, the most of that which some call meadow is full of small brush
and vines through which is no passing, or full of trees great and small, and in ye
place where the best land of that sort is, there is no accomodation of upland to
it saving only mighty tall mountaynes and Rockes and the way bad to it, and a
great way to all of it, and will be dismally obscure and solitary to any that shall
live upon it, and very hard coming at the market, not only because of the
remoteness but badness of the passage, and the society of the neighborhood
will be very thin, all which will be discouraging."

At a later date Andrew bought land of John Gozard on the "east side of the
mountains bounded easterly by Simsbury easterly bounds, southerly by John
Pettybone, his lot, (allias Jonathan Moore, his lot) the bredth of s'd lot westerly
by the commons is fifty rods." March 29, 1715, Andrew Moore of Windsor,
deeded to his son Benjamin Moore "for divers good causes and considerations
me thereunto moving, but especially in consideration of my fatherly love and
affection I have to my son Benjamin Moore," fifty acres of land in Turkey Hills,
now East Granby. In the description of this land Andrew mentions his son
William.

Andrew Moore lived in Windsor, where the birth of all his children is recorded
except that of William, and died Nov. 29, 1719. The inventory of his estate
was made on the 17th of December following, amounting to œ320, and his
widow, Sarah, was appointed administratrix. He had 15 acres of land in
Windsor with house and barn, carpenter's tools, with farming implements, a
cider mill, loom, spinning wheel, sword and belt and a library "prised at 8
shillings," besides two pieces of land in Simsbury. The distribution of the estate
took place April 5, 1720, and each of his nine children took his share of the
property after the widow's portion had been set off to her.

Children:

2. I. * SARAH MOORE, b. Dec. 6, 1672
3. II. * ANDREW MOORE, b. Feb. 15, 1674.
4. III. * DEBORAH MOORE, b. May 31, 1677.
5. IV. * JONATHAN MOORE, b. Feb. 26, 1679-80.
6. V. * ABIGAIL MOORE, b. Sept. 12, 1682.
7. VI. * WILLIAM MOORE, b. (???) (???) 1684.
8. VII. * RACHEL MOORE, b. Feb. 6, 1690-1.
9. VIII. * BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Dec. 5, 1693.
10. IX. * AMOS MOORE, b. Oct. 19, 1698.

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Parents Second Generation,

Children Third.

2. SARAH MOORE, b. December 6, 1672, married Thomas Winchell April 26, 1690, at
Windsor. He was the grandson of Robert Winchell the immigrant, and died in August 1697.
His widow was appointed administratrix of the estate. July 18, 1700, Benjamin Winchell of
Suffield, Conn., married Widow Sarah Winchell. It is probable that this was the widow of
Thomas. The will of Nathaniel Winchell, father of Thomas, says Thomas left four children,
and the distribution of Nathaniel's estate, July 12, 1701, gives to the children of Thomas,
land, and "an oald sword," value œ7, 8s., 7d. February 6, 1724, Sarah Winchell "of the
town of Hanover and county of Huntington and Colony of New York," sold her share in her
father's estate to her brother Benjamin Moore.

Sarah (Moore) Winchell had ten children.

Children by first marriage:

11. I. SAMUEL WINCHELL, b. Jan. 5, 1690.
12. II. HANNAH WINCHELL, b. May 18, 1693; m. Ebenezer Hurlbut May 11,
1710. (Windsor Town Record.)
13. III. SARAH WINCHELL, b. -- -- 1695.
14. IV. Infant, b. -- --.

Children by second marriage:

15. V. BENJAMIN WINCHELL, b. Feb. 23, 1701.
16. VI. THOMAS WINCHELL, b. Windsor, Dec. 16, 1702.
17. VII. SAMUEL WINCHELL, b. Nov. 20, 1704.
18. VIII. ISAAC WINCHELL, b. Suffield, Conn., Dec. 22, 1706.
19. IX. AZARIAH WINCHELL, b. Suffield, Conn., April 5, 1710.
20. X. JONAH WINCHELL, b. Suffield, Conn., March 12, 1713; d. May 20, 1718.

3. ANDREW MOORE, b. Feb. 15, 1674, m. Mary, the dau. of George Sanders, (Ens.)
the immigrant. George Sanders was married three times. The name of the first wife is not
known. He m. 2d Mehitable, dau. of John Bartlett of Windsor, and 3d Abigail, dau. of Dea.
John Moore and widow of Thomas Bissell. It is probable that Mary was the dau. of the first
wife. May 20, 1736, Andrew and Mary Moore sold to George Cradock of Boston, for
œ12, 10 s., all their land at Copper Hill, "especially that right that descended to us from our
father, George Sanders, long since deceased." He d. Dec. 5, 1697.

Andrew Moore was made freeman of Simsbury Feb. 7, 1703. Vol. 4, p. 162, Simsbury
Land Records, has the following entry: "23d day of Dec., 1720, Whereas Andrew Moore
of Simsbury,

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since Sept. 10, 1717, hath entered and well improved two Intire parcels of
Town Common in Simsbury on the east side of the river * * * by virtue of a
town Grant, therefore we, Lieut. John petty: bone, Joseph Case Sen. and
Samuel Humphries being comitte have for euer Quitt claimed the title the town
had to these lands to the said Andrew." Jan. 17, 1720, he sold land to Jonathan
Moore.

Andrew Moore made his will May 7, 1752, died May 18, 1752, in
Wintonbury, at the home of his dau. Lois, and the property was distributed
Aug. 28, 1752. In his will he speaks of himself as of Simsbury, residing now in
Wintonbury, and of "having arrived at a great age." The appraisers say he has
"In proclamation money as followith," œ5, 16s. He had a house and barn,
orchard, one piece of land in the Marsh of 20 acres and one on the Hill of 5
acres besides household goods, clothing, etc. The estate amounted to about
œ120, and was given to his dau. Lois Hoskins, dau. Sarah and the heirs of his
son Sanders of whom he mentions Sanders and Andrew. He had 6 children, b.
Simsbury, Conn.

21. I. * LOIS MOORE, b. Nov. 16, 1704.
22. II. MARY MOORE, b. Sept. 30, 1707; d. Jan. 9, 1713.
23. III. * SANDERS MOORE, bap. Nov. 17, 1709.
24. IV. SARAH MOORE, b -- --. Unmarried. Her estate was settled Jan.
1759.
25. V. MARY MOORE 4th dau., b. Nov. 20, 1713.
26. VI. ABIAH MOORE, 5th dau., b. Aug. 5, 1717.
Mary and Abiah had probably died without issue as they are not
mentioned in their father's will.

4. DEBORAH MOORE, b. May 31, 1677, d. Aug. 27, 1734, m. Samuel
Forward, b. Windsor, Conn., July 23, 1671; d. May 3, 1738. He was son of
Samuel and Jane Forward who d. Sept. 16, 1684, and his widow d. June 22,
1685. July 15, 1735, Samuel Forward signed a pre-nuptial contract with
widow Martha Winchell of Windsor, giving her certain property in case they
should marry.

Extract from will of "Samuel Forward of Simsbury," signed April 10, 1738.

"Unto my loving wife Martha, one roome in my Dwelling house, ye use and ye
liberty to Live in it during ye time she shall continue my widow, and ye use of
my well and seller, which roome in my house is ye outter north fier roome, (a
room with fire-place) but only a liberty for my eldest son samuel forward to
have ye liberty to live there with her in said roome--and bequeath unto her
likewise ye use of my little bed roome in ye northwest part of my house to own
use; and likewise I bequeath & ordain that she shall have ye use of one acree
and quarter of plowing land and one acree and quarter of (???) land, and I will
and ordain that whereas there was a joynter (jointure) made with my said wife
Martha and myself before our marriage wherein I was obliged to let her have ye
use of one roome in my house and ye use of one acree of grass land and one
acre of plowing land, ye liberty pasturing for one Cow, and ye use of my sellar
and well and ye apels to fill Two barrills of cyder and apels for her own use all
she shall have occasion for during the full Terme of Two years after my
deceese; and like in said Joynter I was to give her Twenty pounds money to be
hers for Ever as her own property, I therefore ordain that whether she lives my
widow or not, she shall have ye use of one roome in my house, and ye use of
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apels to eate winter, and summer aples, and so many apels to fill Two barrels for ye
full term of Two years after my decess--which is included in said Joynter made before
marriage, and as according to said Joynter I was to give her ye said twenty pounds to
be her own property forever, I hereby confirm it to her and ordain she shall have said
Twenty pounds money with this addition viz: Three of my sheep forever to her own
Dispose after my decess."

This widow was Martha, dau. of John and Mary (Dibble) Eno, b. April 6, 1685, who
m. John, son of Robert Winchell, Jan. 3, 1705. Samuel Forward gave his property to
sons, Samuel, Joseph, Abel, John and dau. Rachel Hawley.

There were 6 children, all b. in Simsbury.

27. I. * SAMUEL FORWARD, b. Aug. 20, 1703.
28. II. * JOSEPH FORWARD, b. Nov. 10, 1709.
29. III. * ABEL FORWARD, b. Nov. 4, 1710; d. 1798, aged 88.
30. IV. DEBORAH FORWARD, b. April 6, 1713; m. Martin Winchell; d. Aug.
2, 1730.
31. V. RACHEL FORWARD, b. April 3, 1715; m. -- Hawley.
32. VI. * JOHN FORWARD, b. Aug. 29, 1717.

5. JONATHAN MOORE, b. Feb. 26, 1679-80, m. "Widow Hanah larg of
Saybrook, January the 9th, 1705-6," in Simsbury, Conn. (Simsbury Rec.) Hannah
Large was the dau. of Thomas and Sarah (Wilcox) Long, and m. Simon Large Jan.
24, 1699-1700. They had child Hannah, b. Jan. 6, 1700-1, who m. Joseph Pettibone
May 11, 1726, in Simsbury. Sarah was dau. of John, son of John and Mary Wilcox.
John Wilcox, Jr., m. Sarah Wadsworth, dau. of William, Sept. 17, 1646, and Sarah
was b. Oct. 3, 1648.

At a town meeting held in Simsbury Dec. 15, 1705, it was suggested that "there was
a mine of either silver or copper found in the town" and a committee composed of
Dea. Holcomb and John Pettibone was appointed to search for the mine. It seems
that the mine was discovered, for May 6, 1707, it was agreed that all might mine for
copper by paying the town 10 shillings per ton royalty on the ore mined. Jonathan
Moore subscribed to this agreement. Some mining was done but finally the shafts and
drifts were turned into a Colonial prison named Newgate.

It seems taxation was a matter requiring some attention 200 years ago. Sept. 16,
1702, "The following named inhabitants of the noreath part of the town of Simsbury
ask to be freed from the rates for the following reasons: Firstly, the difficulties that
attend a new place. 2ly. It being out exposed to many difficulties as enemies. 2ly,
remote from meeting and mail. 3ly, the controversies attending the place about the fee
simple of the land &c."

"(Signed) Stephen Winchell,
Jonathan Moore,
Timothy Phelps,
William Moore and
Barnard Bartlett."
March 7, 1715-16, the surveyor of the town reported he had laid off lots in Turkey
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Lot 8, 53 rods. 12 feet and 4 inches. To Jonathan Moore Lot 9, 43 rods and 2
inches. It is probable that these were the three brothers whom tradition has
brought down as having come from England and engaged in mining at Copper
Hill. On Jan. 2, 1723, grants of land were made to Andrew and Jonathan Moore
in Simsbury, and in 1727 Jonathan signed a protest against the distribution of the
common land of the town. He died in Salisbury, Conn., Sept. 8, 1770.

The following from the Colonial Records of Connecticut. (Vol. XI, p. 147,)
proves that if Ashbel died in 1718 another son born subsequent to that date was
given the same name:

"Petition of Gideon and Ashbel Moore, late of Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.,
now of Nine Partners in the Province of New York, representing that their father,
Jonathan Moore, of said Simsbury, tranciently residing at Salisbury, Litchfield
Co., who now and for a long time has been under the care of the select men of
said Simsbury, together with his estate brought his action against the petitioners
and their brother Simon Moore of Simsbury," etc. The petition was acted on by
the Assembly in 1758 and a judgment of œ100, obtained by Jonathan Moore
against his sons Gideon and Ashbel was set aside.

It is probable that Gideon, Simon and Ashbel had given a bond in someway
connected with their father's estate and that Simon "set up a job" on the two
brothers who were in New York. He likely got his father to sue on the bond and
he accepted service so that the first notice his brothers had of the suit was the
execution levied on their land in Simsbury. It is the impression that Simon would
bear watching.

The estate of Zebulon Moore was settled in 1746 by Jonathan Moore,
administrator. The parentage of Zebulon is unknown.

Children: It is probable that all were born in Simsbury, Conn.

33. I. * JONATHAN MOORE, b. Nov. 11, 1706.
34. II. * TEMPERANCE MOORE, b. July 19, 1708.
35. III. * GIDEON MOORE, b. -- --.
36. IV. * SIMON MOORE, b. -- --.
37. V. * ROGER MOORE, b. -- --.
38. VI. JEDEJAH MOORE, 5th son, b. June 21, 1716. He was in Salisbury
1757.
39. VII. ASHBEL MOORE, 6th son, b. July 14, 1718; d. July 21, 1718.
40. VIII. MARY MOORE, 2d dau., b. Aug. 21, 1719.
41. IX. * ASHBEL MOORE, b. -- --.
42. X. ZEBULON MOORE, b. -- --. Conjectural. He d. N. Y. "in ye
Jerseys," 1746.

6. ABIGAIL MOORE, b. Sept. 12, 1682, m. William Stratton Jan. 17, 1705-6,
at Windsor, Conn. He was one of the unfortunate command that set out to invade
Canada in May, 1709, during the old French war. The Connecticut troops got as
far as Wood Creek, near Albany, where they lay till fall, suffering great mortality.
The town records of Windsor have the following entry: "October, 1709, William
Stratton died aboard the vessell, coming from Albany."


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The widow, Abigail Stratton, was appointed administratrix of the estate Dec. 5,
1709. She was still Abigail Stratton when her father's estate was settled in 1720.

They had 2 children.

43. I. * SERAJAH STRATTON, b. Windsor, Conn., March 7, 1706-7.
44. II. WILLIAM STRATTON, b. Windsor, Conn., Sept. 25, 1708.

7. WILLIAM MOORE, b. in 1684, d. in Granby, Conn., May 9, 1780. His
headstone calls him "Mr. Wm. Moor," and says he died in his 97th year. He m. 1st,
Elizabeth Case who d. in Granby (then Simsbury) Sept. 29, 1739. Her headstone
says she was 49 years old. No record of this marriage has been found, but William
Moore mentioned in his will a "piece of land he bought of his brother William Case."
If by brother he means brother-in-law, then Elizabeth, dau. of William and Elizabeth
(Holcomb) Case, b. Sept. 1689, was his wife. William Case was the son of John
Windsor and Sarah (Spencer) Case of Hartford. Elizabeth had a brother William
Case, b. March 22, 1691. William Moore m. 2d, Jan. 20, 1740, Damaris, dau. of
Josiah Phelps, who m. Sarah, (dau. of Nathaniel and Sarah Porter) Winchell. Josiah
was the son of Samuel, son of William Phelps the immigrant.

"The aged William Moore" made his will Nov. 7, 1773, and the distribution of the
estate occurred Oct. 30, 1781. The inventory amounted to œ750. To "my beloved
wife Damaris" he gave 1/2 the dwelling house, 1/4 the cellar and well, 1/4 of the barn
and 1/4 of all his lands and movable estate as long as she remained his widow. As
Damaris was 81 years old at the time of Williams death, it is not likely that she lost
her property by another sacrifice on the altar of cupid.

Children by first marriage:

45. I. WILLIAM MOORE, b. July 19, 1712; d. "East Jersey," (N. J.) Jan. 29,
1739.
46. II. * DAVID MOORE, b. Sept. 18, 1713.
47. III. TIMOTHY MOORE, b. -- --; d. Jan, 20, 1730-31.
48. IV. * JAMES MOORE, b. June 6, 1715.
49. V. * SHADRACK MOORE, b. Sept. 19, 1717.
50. VI. * MERCY (or MARY) MOORE, b. Nov. 25, 1719.
51. VII. * EBENEZER MOORE, b. April 20, 1722.
52. VIII. * ANDREW MOORE, b. -- --.
53. IX. * ISAAC MOORE, b. --, 1727; d. Granby, Nov. 1, 1817, aged 90.

By second marriage:

54. X. * NAOMI (or AME) MOORE, b. -- --.

8. RACHEL MOORE, b. Feb. 6, 1690-1, m. Timothy Phelps Dec. 10, 1707. He
was the son of Joseph and Hannah (Newton) Phelps, who was son of William the
immigrant, and was b. Simsbury, Conn., May 18, 1671. In 1703 he lived in
Poquonnock and in 1713 in Simsbury. In 1709 Capt. Matthew Allen, writing from
the camp on Wood Creek, says: "Tim Phelps, Obadiah Owen,
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Nat Taylor and Bartlett are sick, Taylor the worst." It is probable that this was
"Our Tim."

Children born, Simsbury, Conn.

55. I. RACHEL PHELPS, b. March 18, 1708-9.
56. II. * MARY PHELPS, b. July 7, 1711.
57. III. TIMOTHY PHELPS, b. c, 1713; d. May 27, 1737.
58. IV. * CHARLES PHELPS, b. c. 1718.
59. V. * SARAH PHELPS, b. Nov. 4, 1721.
60. VI. * RUTH PHELPS, b. April 5, 1728.
Mrs. M. G. Fowler, 1845 University Ave., Berkley, Cal., sends the following
Bible record of the birth and death of the children of Timothy and Rachel
(Moore) Phelps with date of death of the parents:

TIMOTHY PHELPS, b. 1681; d. Jan. 6, 1751. She d. -- 16, 1745.
I. RACHEL PHELPS, b. Nov. 18, 1709; d. May 11, 1741.
II. MARY PHELPS, b. July 7, 1712; died Dec. 16, 1739.
III. SARAH PHELPS, b. Nov. 4, 1722, or '23.
IV. RUTH PHELPS, b. April 5, 1728.
V. TIMOTHY PHELPS, b. Oct. 24, 1733; d. May 13, 1737.

9. BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Dec. 5, 1693, m. Eunice Owen. No record of
this marriage has been found, but Reuben Moore, the grandson of Benjamin,
left a record in his account book, dated March 3, 1784, in which he said:
"Noadiah Moore was b. in Simsbury, Conn., Nov. 5, 1730. Noadiah was the
son of Benjamin by Eunice Owen, his wife." This record has been preserved at
Champlain, N. Y., by the descendants of Noadiah. Another copy of the entry
is still a matter of record in a family Bible in Chatham, N. Y.

Aug. 7, 1718, Benjamin Moore sold Ebenezer Holebat (Hurlbut) fifty acres of
land in Turkey Hills, 25 rods wide and a mile long, bounded north on land of
William Moore and South on land of Jonathan and West on the mountain.

Feb. 24, 1724, he bought of Thomas Griswold, Jr., 26 acres of land bounded
East on land of Joseph Younglove, South on land of Nathaniel Phelps, "from
ye east runs towards ye mountains, 280 rods."

March 14, 1732, Ebenezer Hayden sold Benjamin Moore, for œ70, a half
interest in 100 acres of land in Turkey Hills.

March 9, 1734, James Eno of Simsbury sold to Benjamin and Zebulon Moore
"One certain Island lying in the Rivulet in Simsbury, called Eno's Island, lying
against Scotland." (In the Simsbury map of 1730 this is called Holcomb's
Island.)

May 19, 1737, Benjamin and Zebulon Moore sold this Island to Joseph
Adams.

Feb. 28, 1737-8, the same parties sold to Elijah Adams of Windsor 22 and
3/4 acres of land lying against Scotland.

March 17, 1729, Benjamin Moore bought of Roger Griswold 46 acres and
107 rods of land at "Salisbury Plains, so called," in Simsbury.

Eunice Owen was b. at Windsor, Conn., Aug. 8, 1696, the dau.

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of Obadiah and Christian (Winchell) Owen. (They m. Sept. 21, 1693.) He
was son of John Owen of Wales, who was b. Dec. 25, 1624, and m. Rebecca
Wade Oct. 3, 1650. (Rebecca d. Dec. 3, 1711, and John Feb. 1, 1698-9.)
Christian Winchell was b. March 9, 1672, was dau. of David and Elizabeth
(Filley) Winchell (m. Nov. 17, 1669). David, b. Oct. 22, 1643, was son of
Robert Winchell, the immigrant, who came to Dorchester from Wales 1634.
Elizabeth Filley, b. March 4, 1650, was dau. of William and Margaret -- Filley
(m. Sept. 2, 1642).

Eunice (Owen) Moore d. Feb. 23, 1732-3, aged 37 years, and was buried in
the old cemetery at Poquonnock. Her headstone, now broken in pieces only
shows the first figure 3 indicating her age at the time of her death.

It is easy, in imagination, to restore the group that attended the funeral of this
woman. The brothers of Benjamin and the parental home of Eunice were
located only a few miles from Poquonnock on the road to Suffield. There was
double mourning in the house of Amos, for his wife, Martha, was the sister of
Eunice. The eldest of the orphaned children was 16 and the youngest a babe
of less than two months. Eunice and Tabitha, daughters of 15 and 11, tried to
hide their own grief and still the sobs of their brothers and sisters while they
stood around the open grave that seemed so deep and cheerless in the
accumulated snows of a Connecticut winter.

What a burden had descended upon the shoulders of these two girls. How
they managed to bear that load of care we shall never know,--that they did it
well we have proof in the fact that these children grew up to be honored and
respected men and women.

Next to the last record we have of Benjamin is the record of the sale of land in
1738. The last is the record of his death in the British Army (Conn. contingent)
at Cape Breton Island, Jan. 19, 1745-6. He belonged to the 11th Company of
the Conn. troops. (See roll in Library of Connecticut Historical Society.)

A recent writer says of Cape Breton Island, "The fortifications enclosed an
area of one hundred and twenty acres, more or less. The burying ground on
the point of land to the eastward where hundreds of bodies are buried is still
shown. Louisburg forms today the grandest ruins in this part of the continent."
Probably this is all true but to the hundreds who were buried there and to their
families it is likely the compensation is a trifle inadequate.

It is probable that all the children except the last were born in Simsbury. There
were 9.

61. I. * BENJAMIN MOORE, b. July 2, 1717.
62. II. * EUNICE MOORE, b. Dec. 3, 1718.
63. III. * JOSEPH MOORE, b. July 21, 1720.
64. IV. * TABITHA MOORE, b. Aug. 16, 1722.
65. V. * AGNES MOORE, b. -- --.
66. VI. * JEMIMA MOORE, b. -- --.
67. VII. * REUBEN MOORE, b. -- --.
68. VIII. * NOADIAH MOORE, b. Nov. 5, 1730.
69. IX. * SIMEON MOORE, b. Windsor, Conn., Jan. 6, 1732-3.

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10. AMOS MOORE, b. Oct. 19, 1698, m. Martha, dau. of Obadiah (and Christian
Winchell) Owen, May 21, 1720. She was a sister of Eunice, the wife of Benjamin,
and was b. Aug. 16, 1698, and died May 20, 1780. Both are buried in Turkey Hills,
or East Granby, Conn., where their headstones still record the dates of their birth
and death. He d. Feb. 20, 1785.

Amos Moore made his will Sept. 4, 1782, and the inventory of the estate was made
March 21, 1785. He had land, furniture, farming implements and clothing. He had "I
great Bible, 15s; 3 bee hives, 2 sheep, sheep shears, and an hour glass." He dressed
in brown. There were "An old beaver hat, 6s; old streight body'd brown Broad
Cloth coat, 11s; old home-made brown do., 6s; old brown breeches, 1s." The
dwelling house was appraised œ65; barn, œ20; old log house, œ6; 21 1/2 acres of
land, œ205; 32 acres in the great lot on the west side of the road, œ160; 10 acres
mountain, œ40. March 7, 1737 8, he sold for œ226 two pieces of land in
Simsbury,--one in the corner marsh and the other in the great marsh.

He had 10 children, b. Simsbury, Conn.

70. I. AMOS MOORE, b. Jan. 21, 1721. Nov. 19, 1751, his address was
Little Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., N. Y.
71. II. * MARTHA MOORE, b. April 5, 1722.
72. III. "SIBBEL MOORE ye secnd fon of Amos moore was borne october ye
16th, 1724." This child died Dec. 23, 1725.
73. IV. * OBADIAH MOORE, b. Nov. 7, 1726.
74. V. * RACHEL MOORE, b. -- --, 1731.
75. VI. * JONAH MOORE, b. March 25, 1735.
76. VII. * MICAH MOORE, b. Nov. 3, 1736.
77. VIII. * NAHUM MOORE, b. Nov. 19, 1738.
78. IX. * SIBYL MOORE, b. -- --, 1741.
79. X. * JOEL MOORE, b. Sept. 25, 1744.

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Parents Third Generation,

Children Fourth.

21. LOUIS (or LOIS) MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Nov. 16, 1704, m.
Zebulon Hoskins August 1, 1727. "Zebulon, son of Anthony Hoskins, Jr., was
born May 6, 1696." (Windsor Town Records.) She died Oct. 31, 1754, "aged
50 years less 16 days." The Simsbury Land Records, June 25, 1770, record a
deed from Zebulon Hoskins and wife Martha. She was the daughter of Jonathan
Buttolph.

There were 4 children by 1st marriage:

80. I. * ZEBULON HOSKINS, b. March 5, 1727-8.
81. II. ELIJAH HOSKINS, b. July 22, 1730.
82. III. LOIS HOSKINS, b. May 22, 1732.
83. IV. * ABEL HOSKINS, b. June 28, 1734.

23. SANDERS MOORE, bp. Simsbury, Conn., Nov. 17, 1709, married Mabel
(dau. of Thomas) Kelsey, Aug. 2, 1731. She was b. Simsbury, Conn., June 12,
1712. He made his will Sept. 14, 1750, and a month later the witnesses
appeared in court and swore they had witnessed the signing of the will. He gave
his son Sanders œ30, dau. Mary œ110, Mabel œ80. He directed that enough be
kept to bring up his dau. Hannah Kelsey till she was of lawful age when she
should be paid œ80. What was left he divided between his sons "according to
inventory appraisement." Dec. 4, 1750, guardians were appointed for all his
children except Mary.

There were 7, all b. in Simsbury:

84. I. MARY MOORE, b. Oct. 31, 1732.
85. II. * SANDERS MOORE, b. July 14, 1735.
86. III. * JOB MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1738.
87. IV. MABEL MOORE, b. Oct. 2, 1740.
88. V. HANNAH KELSEY MOORE, b. July 17, 1743; d. Oct. 6, 1754.
89. VI. * ANDREW MOORE, b. July 17, 1743.
90. VII. MARTIN MOORE, b. March 31, 1746.

27. SAMUEL FORWARD, b. Aug. 20, 1703; d. July 29, 1762. Stiles says
"Unmarried--Bible Rec." Samuel Forward made his will July 8, 1762. He gave
his "beloved wife Deborah" all his movable estate "except turning and coopers
tools." His widow and brother Abel were appointed to execute the will. He gave

"To Ann Eno my beloved daughter-in-law œ45."

"To my beloved sister Rachel Hawley œ50."
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"To my cousin Joseph Forward œ50."

"To my beloved daughter-in-law Sarah Eno œ5."

"To my cousin Samuel Forward" he gave his tools, land and building.

Who were these cousins, Samuel and Joseph? Were not Ann and Sarah Eno his
step-daughters?

28. JOSEPH FORWARD, b. Nov. 10, 1709, m. Marcy Lourton March 27,
1729, at Simsbury. Stiles says he was a "Tanner, Saddler and farmer." His will was
probated Dec. 11, 1759. He left his property to the widow, Justus and Joseph,
with a liberal share to his dau. Mercy, the wife of Bildad Easton. Justus and Joseph
executors. The widow d. Suffield, Conn., April 11, 1786, aged 81. (Chart.)

There were 8 children, born in Simsbury:

91. I. JUSTUS FORWARD, b. Suffield, Conn., May 11, 1730, Clergyman.
m. Violet Dickerson, b. Nov. 15, 1738. He d. Belchertown,
Mass., March 8, 1814, in 59th year of his ministry; 11 children.
92. II. JOSEPH FORWARD, b. Jan. 9, 1732; d. Aug. 4, 1732.
93. III. * JOSEPH FORWARD, b. Dec. 16, 1733.
94. IV. DAN FORWARD, b. June 9, 1736; d Aug. 6, 1748.
95. V. * MERCY FORWARD, b. Feb. 10, 1739.
96. VI. CHARITY FORWARD, b. April 15, 1741.
97. VII. RACHEL FORWARD, b. April 4, 1743; d. July 30, 1748.
98. VIII. SAMUEL FORWARD, b. Feb. 23, 1745; d. Aug. 14, 1748.

29. ABEL FORWARD, b. Nov. 4, 1710; m. Hannah, dau. of Sergt. Joseph and
Rebecca (North) Phelps, April 28, 1736. She was b. June 7, 1717; d. April 13,
1790. He d. Granby, Conn., in 1798, aged 88 years. His 2d marriage is recorded
in the Westfield, Mass., records as follows: "Capt. Abel Forward & Mrs. Tabitha
Moore were married Sept. 25, 1791." She was b. Aug. 16, 1722, the dau. of
Benjamin and Eunice (Owen) Moore. At the time of her marriage the groom was
past 80 and she was 69 "going on 70." When this woman was 11 years old her
mother died, leaving a family of 9 children. Tabitha's sister Eunice was 4 years
older, but she married 3 years later, and at the age of 14 Tabitha was left with the
care of the family, the youngest being but 3 years old. Who can tell of the heroic
efforts of this girl to keep the family together and care for them? Her father,
undoubtedly, provided for the family while he lived (he d. 1745) but she filled the
office of mother to these young children. After they were all married and she was
left alone she took upon herself, by this marriage, the care of the old soldier, Capt.
Forward.

The descendants of Benjamin Moore ought to find the grave of this woman and
erect over it a monument that will perpetuate her memory

"To the last syllable of recorded time."
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Children of Abel and Hannah (Phelps) Forward:

99. I. ABEL FORWARD, b. Jan. 10, 1737; d. Nov. 22, 1745.
100. II. DEBORAH FORWARD, b. Sept. 1, 1738; m. -- Rowe.
101. III. JOHN FORWARD, b. Dec. 7, 1740; d. Oct. 18, 1760; unmarried.
102. IV. HANNAH FORWARD, b. May 28, 1744; m. Mathew Griffin, settled in
N. Y. State.
103. V. LYDIA FORWARD, b. Oct. 23, 1746; m. Benjamin Holcomb.
104. VI. ABEL FORWARD, b. April 17, 1748; m. -- Stiles; graduate of Yale;
clergyman, settled in Southwick, Mass.
105. VII. RACHEL FORWARD, b. Jan. 22, 1751; m.
106. VIII. * SAMUEL FORWARD, b. April 21, 1752; m. Susannah Holcomb.
107. IX. SABRINA FORWARD, b. Oct. 9, 1745; married Pelatiah Adams.
108. X. JESSE FORWARD, b. May 3, 1758; m. Widow Winchell.

33. JONATHAN MOORE, b. Nov. 11, 1706. His marriage was recorded in Simsbury
as follows: "Jonathan moor Jun. and Abigaill Enno ware Joyned togeather in mariage
february the Tenth 1731-2." He removed to Salisbury, Conn., before 1747. Was
administrator of Zebulon Moore's estate in 1746. He was appointed Ensign March 14,
1777.

There were 5 children.

109. I. * JONATHAN MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Aug. 7, 1733.
110. II. * ABIGAIL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Feb. 14, 1735-6.
111. III. CHARITY MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., March 14, 1738.
112. IV. JEHIAL MOORE, b. Salisbury, Conn., May 19, 1747; d. June 15, 1750.
113. V. ELIJAH MOORE, b. Salisbury, Conn., April 13, 1751; d. April 24, 1752.

34. TEMPERANCE MOORE, b. in Simsbury, July 19, 1708; m. Benajah Loomis at
Windsor, Conn., Jan. 17, 1728-9. He b. Simsbury, Conn., Jan. 28, 1710-11. The family
removed to Ancram, Columbia Co., N. Y. (Stiles.)

They had 6 children, b. Windsor, Conn.

114. I. ELANTHAN LOOMIS, b. Jan. 28, 1729; d. Feb. 24, 1729.
115. II. ELANTHAN LOOMIS, b. Jan. 25, 1730; d. March 18, 1730
116. III. TEMPERANCE LOOMIS, b. Feb. 19, 1731-2.
117. IV. TRYPHENA LOOMIS, b. April 13, 1734.
118. V. MARK LOOMIS, bp. (in extremis) Nov. 18, 1738.
119. VI. SARAH LOOMIS, bp. (on wife's account) July 6, 1740.

35. GIDEON MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., c. 1710; m. Anna, dau. of Francis and
Abigail (Colton) Griswold at Windsor, Conn., April 23, 1735. She b. Windsor, July 29,
1716. Abigail Colton b. Jan. 4, 1685-6; m. Dec. 8, 1703, Francis Griswold of
Poquonnock. She was dau. of John Colton of Springfield, Mass., b. 1659, and Abigail
Parsons of Northampton, b. 1666; m. 1684. She was dau. of Cornet Joseph and Mary
(Bliss) Parsons, m. 1646. She was dau. of Thomas and Margaret Bliss. John Colton was
son of George and Deborah (Gardner) Colton. He came to Springfield in 1644.

After 1738 the family removed to Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., N. Y.
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Children:

120. I. * ANNA MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., May 5, 1736.
121. II. * GIDEON MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., April 14, 1738.
122. III. * TRYPHENA MOORE, b. c. 1739.
123 IV. * CHARLES MOORE, b. c. 1741.
124. V. REUBEN MOORE, b. -- --; assessed Stillwater, N. Y., 1789.
125. VI. ALPHEUS MOORE, b. -- --; res. in Stillwater, N. Y. 1790.
126. VII. PHINEAS MOORE, b. -- --; res. Stillwater, N. Y., 1790.
127. VIII. WILLIAM MOORE, b. -- --; conjectural.
128. IX. HOSEA MOORE, b. -- --; conjectural. All these men were in the
American Army at the battle of Bemus Heights.

36. SIMON MOORE was b. Simsbury, c. 1712. He was one of the ill-fated
expedition to Louisburg, Cape Breton Island, in 1745-6, and was one of the few
who returned. He married and had 8 children, the last two being recorded as of his
wife Abigail. He d. before 1770, when Justus had a guardian appointed. (Hartford
Prob. Rec.)

129. I. HANNAH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Feb. 1, 1738-9.
130. II. TEMPERANCE MOORE, b. Simsbury, Feb. 14, 1740-1.
131. III. * SIMON MOORE, b. Aug. 29, 1743.
132. IV. SYLVANUS MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Aug. 9, 1745.
133. V. ZEBULON MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Aug. 21, 1747.
134. VI. LUCINA MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Dec. 31, 1749.
135. VII. JUSTUS MOORE, b. Oblong, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Dec. 22, 1754.
136. VIII. LEVINA MOORE, b. Salisbury, Conn., Feb. 23, 1758, of Simsbury,
unmarried on Oct. 30, 1789. (Granby Land Records, see deed
of Simon & Lavinna to Ashbel Holcomb.)

37. ROGER MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., c. 1714. It is not known when he
removed to Salisbury, Conn. He was with Ethan Allen when he surrendered his
command near Montreal, Sept. 25, 1775, and was confined with others in the jail at
Halifax. Roger Moore was 1st Lieut. of a company of volunteers raised at Salisbury
Dec. 20, 1776. He was in Eno's state regiment in 1777 with the rank of 1st Lieut.
He married Miriam (???) and had two children, b. in Salisbury.

137. I. SUSANNAH MOORE, b. Dec. 20, 1763.
138. II. ROGER MOORE, b. Sept. 24, 1765.

The History of Chautauqua County, N. Y. gives a sketch of Jehial Moore, a son of
Capt. Roger Moore, a revolutionary soldier. It is said that Jehial was born in
Connecticut, lived with his father in Butternuts, Otsego County, and then moved to
Chautauqua Co., where he built a sawmill at Forestville. He was Captain of a
company in the war of '12. He died in Hamilton Co., Ohio, in 1817. Four of his
children settled in Cayuga County, N. Y. He was probably a son of this family.

41. ASHBEL MOORE. If the Ashbel Moore b. July 14, 1718, died on the 21st,
another child must have been born subsequent to that date who received the same
name. He was of Stillwater, N. Y. His will is dated Jan. 29, 1790, and was proved

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on the 12th of March following. He gave to his nephew, Reuben Moore, all his real
and personal estate except "land which I own in Simsbury." He gave his Simsbury land
to his nephews, Alpheus and Phineas. These were probably all sons of Gideon, the
brother of Ashbel.

43. SERAJAH STRATTON, b. Windsor, Conn., March 7, 1706-7; m. Eunice, dau.
of Samuel Case, Dec. 12, 1728. On 31 March, 1736, Serajah and Eunice Stratton,
of Suffield, sold land in Simsbury. (See Simsbury Land Record.) The inventory of
Serajah was exhibited in court May 1, 1759, by Eunice Stratton, administratrix. He
was a farmer, had farm, live stock, carpenter's tools, clothing, household furniture. He
had a "Beak horn,"1 bread trough, an old Bible, a hymn book, small play book and a
book The Pleasant Companion.

They had 3 children, b. in Simsbury.

139. I. * MARTIN STRATTON, b. Jan. 13, 1730.
140. II. * EUNICE STRATTON, July 27, 1733.
141. III. SERAJAH STRATTON, b. July 7, 1740.

46. DAVID MOORE, b. Simsbury, Sept. 18, 1713; m. Sept. 15, 1737, Hannah,
dau. of John and Martha (Eno) Winchell. She was b. Windsor, Feb. 13, 1715. An
inventory of his estate was made May 2, 1760. The widow, Rachel Moore, and son,
Timothy, were made administrators. March 6, 1753, "Rachel Pettibone, alias Moore,
and her husband, David Moore, executors to the last will and testiment of Stephen
Petibone, Jr.," exhibited an account of debts against the estate which they had paid.
Stephen Pettibone, Jr., m. Rachel Segar June 5, 1744, and died Dec. 11, 1750. This
wife must have been the mother of David's 3 younger children. Rachel Segar was b.
Oct. 16, 1724. The North Granby records have the following: "Widow of David
Moore died 1825, aged 74." Mary Adams, the wife of David Moore, Jr., was b. Jan.
15, 1754. She was not a widow in 1825, as David, Jr., lived till 1841. It is evident
that somebody has blundered.

The estate of David Moore amounted to œ430, and included 100 acres of land with
house and farming tools, clothing, etc. He had two Bibles, a sermon and hymn book.
The invoice includes "Puter, one large mothers platter, œ0, 3, 6d; fether bed,
Mother's, œ0, 15s, 6d." Perhaps this was the "setting out" of Elizabeth Case when she
married William Moore.

There were 6 children, b. Simsbury, Conn.

142. I. * TIMOTHY MOORE, b. Nov. 6, 1737.
143. II. ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Oct. 4, 1739. She had probably died without
issue, as she is not mentioned in her grandfather's will, Nov. 4, 1773.
144. III. MARTHA MOORE, b. Oct. 14, 1741.
By second marriage:
145. IV. * DAVID MOORE, b. Aug 22, 1753.
146. V. * ARAUNAH MOORE, b. -- -- 1756.
147. VI. EBER MOORE, b. -- --.


1What was that?
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48. JAMES MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., June 6, 1716; m. Rachel, dau. of
Matthew and Hannah (Chapman) Grant, in Simsbury, May 25, 1737. She was b.
Windsor, April 17, 1704. (?) Matthew was son of Samuel and Mary (Porter)
Grant. He was son of Matthew Grant who came to Dorchester in 1630. Sarah
Chapman was dau. of Edward and Elizabeth (Fox) Chapman, b. May 3, 1671.
Mary was dau. of John Porter, the immigrant, who came in 1639.

James Moore d. March 5, 1788, and is buried in East Granby, Conn. He made his
will Dec. 19, 1782, disposing of land in Mooretown (a neighborhood now in
Southwick, Mass.) and land in Turkey Hills, now Granby. He remembered his
widow as follows: "To my beloved wife Rachel, the use of one half my brick house
and home lot containing about 44 acres to use as long as she shall continue my
widow and to have ye liberty of ye use of my well and to get Wood on my
Mountain Lots during her Widowhood, and 1/3 part of my movable estate after
debts and funeral charges are paid out of my movable estate (not my legacies) to be
her property forever." The following shows he was opposed to trumped up
accounts: "If any one or more of my s'd children shall bring in any Debts or Charges
whatever against my Estate after my decease unless it is Legacies or by Note or
Obligation under my hand well executed, he or she or they are to have No other
Portion out of my Estate Only what is Recovered By Virtue of S'd Debt or Charge
and not to take Any advantage of my Legacy made to them in this will."

The beloved Rachel was 84 (?) years old when she acquired the use of this
property.

They had 7 children, of whom no birth record has been found.

148. I. * JAMES MOORE, b. -- --.
149. II. * WILLIAM MOORE, b. -- --.
150. III. * JOEL MOORE, b. -- --.
151. IV. * ASA MOORE, b. -- --.
152. V. * ROSWELL MOORE, b. -- --, 1755.
153. VI. RACHEL MOORE, b. -- --; m. Giles Moore, Turkey Hills, Feb. 12,
1765.
154. VII. * CHARITY MOORE, b. -- --.

49. SHADRACH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Sept. 19, 1717; d. Southwick,
Mass., Oct. 21, 1798. He m. Miriam, dau. of Thomas and Miriam (Buel) Stevens,
b. Simsbury, Conn., June 14, 1729; d. Oct. 3, 1813. Miriam Buel was the dau. of
Peter by his third wife, Widow Mary (Gillett) Bissell, b. Oct. 21, 1667; m. Peter
Buel June 30, 1698. She was dau. of Jonathan Gillett, who m. Mary Kelsey of
Hartford, Conn., April 23, 1661. He was son of Jonathan Gillett, the immigrant.
Peter Buel was the son of William, the immigrant.

Miriam (Buel) Stevens made her will July 10, 1787, and it was probated June 21,
1790. She speaks of herself as "old, bowed down with age, and infirm in body,"
which was probably true

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enough as she was baptized at Simsbury, by Rev. Dudley Woodbridge, March
12, 1698-9. She gave to her son, Rufus, the "Great Bible." Her string of gold
beads to dau. Miriam Moore. The balance of her estate she divided between her
sons and her daughters, Mary, wife of Joseph Moore, Honorah, wife of Isaac
Gillett, and Miriam, wife of Shadrach Moore. The date of her death is recorded in
Joseph Moore's Bible: "The Wd. Miriam Stevens died May 24, 1790 in the 92d.
year of her age."

Shadrach Moore made his will Nov. 24, 1796, and the inventory was received
March 18, 1799. He had 120 acres of land, a house and barn, sheep, hogs,
farming tools, 2 tons English hay, 2 tons meadow hay, brass kettle $3, 8 pewter
plates $2, furniture and clothing, loom $8.34, 2 great wheels $2, quilling wheel,
swifts, 2 Dutch wheels and "Great Bible," all valued at $2350.81. He says of the
widow: "Unto my beloved wife Miriam (I give) one third of my dwelling house
and barn * * * I give to her after my decease for her own use as long as she shall
live, one half my home lot taking in all the orchard, mowing etc. and one third of
all my lands east and west the highway and one good cow and six good sheep
and a side saddle which I now have, and the Great Bible and the whole of the
household movables as long as she shall live, and my desire and will is that my son
Shadrach Moore Jr. shall provide her with a horse to ride to Meeting and to see
her children, and other places which it is necessary when she shall want, and that
he shall provide her with wood and cut it fit for the fire when she shall want for
herself and use, and I also give unto my beloved wife all my Bees at my decease
for her use and benefit."

They had 7 children, all but the first 2 born in Westfield, Mass.

155. I. * MIRIAM MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 4, 1755.
156. II. * SHADRACH MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., May 10, 1757.
157. III. * HANNAH MOORE, b. May 21, 1759.
158. IV. * ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Dec. 24, 1761,
159. V. * REBECCA MOORE, b. April 21, 1764.
160. VI. JEFFERSON MOORE, b. Dec. 16, 1766, d, Nov. 9, 1777.
161. VII. * ABIAH MOORE, b. Feb. 21, 1769,

50. MERCY MOORE, b. Nov. 25, 1719; m. Samuel Phelps, June 11, 1738. He
was son of Samuel and Rachel (Owen) Phelps, b. Dec. 30, 1716. He m. 2d,
Ruth Granger.

Mr. Phelps removed with his father to Hartland, Conn. He was living in 1806. He
appears to have been confirmed in the Episcopal Church in Simsbury, Nov. 24,
1763 (Phelps Family).

Children by first wife, b. Hartland, Conn.:

162. I. ORPHIA PHELPS, b. c. 1740, m. Phebe Terrill.
163. II. REUBEN PHELPS, b. -- --, 1742, m Phebe Moore (No. 183.) He
d. Granby, Nov. 20, 1821, without issue.
164. III. SAMUEL PHELPS, b. -- --; settled Scipio, N. Y.
165. IV. (???) PHELPS, b. -- --.
166. V. JERUSHA PHELPS, b. -- --; m. Crosby.
167. VI. A daughter who m. William Thrall.


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51. EBENEZER MOORE, b. April 20, 1722; m. Tabitha, dau. of Lieut. Samuel
and Abigail (Eno) Phelps, Nov. 21, 1739. She d. before 1749 probably without
issue, as she is not mentioned in her mother's will of that date. Three of Ebenezer
Moore's children by a second marriage were baptized at Turkey Hills.

168. I. ZUBAH MOORE, bp. Oct. 7, 1763.
169. II. VIOLET MOORE, bp. Oct. 7, 1763.
170. III. LAVINA MOORE, bp. July 21, 1765; d. 1813, Feb. 9 (Turkey Hills
Church Rec.)

52. ANDREW MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., c. 1724; m. Ruth, dau. of Rane
Cossett, b. July 26, 1724. Andrew d. May 6, 1777, without a will. Inventory May
5, 1778, œ29. 9. 8.; debts, œ16. 17. o.; for distribution, œ12. 12. 8. Sept. 15,
1783, Ruth Moore, Jr., and Lydia Moore sold for œ26 two pieces of land in Turkey
Hills which they inherited from their grandfather, William Moore. The first piece
being 1/4 part of 10 acres held in partnership "with ye rest of ye heirs of Andrew
Moore late of Simsbury deceased." All the children signed a deed to 8 2/3 acres of
land, Nov. 4, 1783. (Windsor Rec. Vol. 16.)

Children of Andrew and Ruth (Cossett) Moore:

171. I. ISAAC MOORE, b. -- --.
172. II. OZIAS MOORE, b. -- --.
173. III. * DAN MOORE, b. July 21, 1749.
174. IV. LYDIA MOORE, b. -- --.
175. V. DEBORAH MOORE, b. -- --; m. John Carter. Res. 1783 Blanford,
Mass.
176. VI. MARCY MOORE, b. -- --; m. Seth Carpenter. Res. 1783 Becket,
Mass.
177. VII. ANNA MOORE, bp. Salmon Brook, Sept, 2, 1764.
178. VIII. RUTH MOORE, b. -- --.

53. ISAAC MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., 1727; m. Sybil(???) and had 7 children.
He d. Granby, Conn., Nov. 1, 1817, aged 90 years.

179. I. HULDAH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Aug. 5, 1745; d. May 6, 1770. Her
estate amounting to œ9. 12. 1. was willed to her brothers and
sister Phebe. It is likely that Sybil died before Huldah. She
had "a yellow flowered ribbon, 1s. 1od, a new calico gown,
œ1. 10."
180. II. DANIEL MOORE, b. 1750; d. "1815 Nov. 17, Daniel Moore 65"
(North Granby Church Rec.) Granby records say his estate was
settled Dec. 2, 1815, with widow Hannah and Thomas Spring
administrators.
181. III. ISAAC MOORE, b. -- --; d. in Capt. Joseph Forward's Company,
Sept. 26 1776. Feb. 7, 1777, Lemuel Bates presented inventory
of the estate. Isaac held note against Joel Moore œ7. 5. He had
"Leather breeches 4s., old surtot 5s., sleave strings 3d., feathers
œ16., saddles and saddle bags 17s., 11 quarts grass seed, 2 horses,
cow bell and wooden bottle."
182. IV. ABNER MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Nov. 26, 1755.
183. V. PHEBE MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Sept. 17, 1758; m. Reuben
Phelps. (See 163,)
184. VI. JACOB HOLCOMB MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Sept. 10, 1761.
185. VII. SYBIL MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Dec. 2. 1765; d. before 1770.

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54. NAOMI (or AME) MOORE. No record of her birth has been found. She was
m. to Uriah Pease at William Moore's in Turkey Hills, March 11, 1766, by Rev.
Roger Viets. William Moore left her a full share of his property and mentioned her
dau. Rebecca. There is no doubt but she was the dau. of William and Damaris
(Phelps) Moore. Uriah Pease was in the Lexington Alarm. The East Granby Records
contain the following: "1778. This year was killed at Mead Fort in ys Con (Country
or Conn.?) service, Uriah Pease." It seems there were a good many vacant places
around the hearth stones of New England about this time. "1800 Mar. 3 Died the
Widow Peas." (Turkey Hills Church Record.) "Naomi Pease late of Granby, her
inventory made Apr 4, 1800 by Samuel Clark and Ebenezer Hiccox ($32.51,)"
Simsbury Mss. Records.

Four children b. in Simsbury:

186. I. URIAH PEASE, b. June 29, 1768.
187. II. REBECCA PEASE, b. -- --, 1770.
188. III. CHARITY PEASE, b. Aug. 11, 1773.
189. IV. SARAH PEASE, b. Jan. 31, 1776.

56. MARY PHELPS, b. July 7, 1711; m. Samuel Brown, July 15, 1730. She d.
Dec. 13, 1739. (Bible Rec.) He was b. Simsbury, Aug. 28, 1705, and d. June 18,
1785.

They had 6 children, b. Simsbury, Conn. See (Phelps Family.)

190. I. MARY BROWN, b. July 3, 1731; d. young.
191. II. SAMUEL BROWN, b. May 2, 1734.
192. III. MARY BROWN, b. April 23, 1737.
193. IV. LUCY BROWN, b. Oct. 1, 1739.
The last two must have been by a second marriage.
194. V. PETER BROWN, bp. May 2, 1742.
195. VI. CHARITY BROWN, b. Aug. 3, 1746.

58. CHARLES PHELPS, b. c. 1718; d. May 21, 1803; m. Hannah Cook, May 12,
1748. She was dau. of Richard and Martha (Evans) Cook, bp. June 29, 1726. He
d. Wintonbury, May 21, 1803. The Bible Rec. of Timothy Phelps gives no son
Charles.

They had 8 children, b. Simsbury, Conn. See (Phelps Family.)

196. I. HANNAH PHELPS, b. Sept. 2, 1748.
197. II. LUCY PHELPS, b. June 18, 1750; m. James Eno, Dec. 5, 1784.
198. III. CHARLES PHELPS, b. July 21, 1752; m. Anna Cook.
199. IV. RHODA PHELPS, b. April 9, 1755; m. Isaac Thrall.
200. V. OLIVER PHELPS, b. Aug. 11, 1758; m. Eunice (???).
201. VI. ABNER PHELPS, b. Oct. 15, 1761; m. Lovica Holcomb.
202. VII. JOAB PHELPS, b. June 10, 1765. m. 1st, Keziah Barnard; 2d, Sarah
Olcott.
203. VIII. ANNA PHELPS, b. April 10, 1767.

59. SARAH PHELPS, b. Simsbury, Nov. 4, 1721; m. Pelatiah Adams, March 24,
1737-8.

They had 6 children b. Simsbury, Conn.

204. I. SARAH ADAMS, b. June 14, 1739; d. Jan. 3, 1740-1.
205. II. TIMOTHY PHELPS ADAMS, b. April 1, 1741; d. Dec. 5, 1741.
206. III. RACHEL ADAMS, b. Aug. 24, 1744.
207. IV. SARAH ADAMS, b. Aug. 3, 1746.
208. V. PELATIAH ADAMS, b. Dec. 28, 1750.
209. VI. TITUS ADAMS, b. Jan. 23, 1753.


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60. RUTH PHELPS, b. Simsbury, Conn., April 5, 1728; m. Dec. 15, 1743,
Zaccheus, the son of Isaac and Elizabeth (Griswold) Gillett. He was b. Dec. 29,
1724; d. Jan. 7, 1793. Ruth d. about 1773 and Capt. Zaccheus m. 2d, Widow Sarah
((???)) Dean. Zaccheus was a great grandson of Nathan Gillett the immigrant.

Children of Zaccheus and Ruth (Phelps) Gillett, b. Simsbury,
Conn.:

210. I. ZACCHEUS GILLETT, b. Nov. 11, 1745.
211. II. ARA GILLETT (son), b. Oct. 4, 1747.
212. III. * ALEXANDER GILLETT, b. Aug. 14, 1749.
213. IV. RUTH GILLETT, b. Sept. 29, 1751; m. Capt. Abner Pinney; moved
to Ohio 1804.
214. V. * MARY GILLETT, b. Aug. 4, 1753.
215 VI. * NATHAN GILLETT, b. Sept. 29, 1755.
216. VII. ELIZABETH GILLETT, b. March 30, 1758; m. July 26, 1781, Elkana
Smith of Wolcott.
217. VIII. * BENONI GILLETT, b. July 23, 1760.
218. IX. ANNE GILLETT, b. Jan. 3, 1763; m. George Cornish and d. May
13, 1793.
219. X. * RACHEL GILLETT, b. Nov. 28, 1765,
220. XI. TIMOTHY GILLETT, b. July 21, 1771; d. April 22, 1780.

61. BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 2, 1717. His nephew Reuben
Moore (see No. 9) said he went to Baltimore in early life and no communication was
had with him afterwards.

62. EUNICE MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Dec. 3, 1718; m. John Spencer of
Suffield, Conn., August 5, 1736. He was b. Feb. 21, 1710-11, and d. Oct. 22,
1777. Ancestry: William, m. Mehitable Mascraft, Roxbury, Mass., April 18, 1704.
Thomas, Jr., m. Esther Andrews of Hartford, Conn. Her father was the first
schoolmaster in Hartford. Thomas, Sr., bp. March, 1607; d. Sept., 1687. Jared, bp.
May, 1576; m. Alice (???). Michael Spencer m. Elizabeth (???).

Children of John and Eunice (Moore) Spencer. (See No. 110.)

221. I. * EUNICE SPENCER, b. May 19, 1738.
222. II. REUBEN SPENCER, b. June 14. 1741.
223. III. AGNES SPENCER, b. Dec. 9, 1743; d. Oct. 17, 1751.
224. IV. SIMEON SPENCER, b. Feb. 18, 1746; d. Aug. 29, 1748.
225. V. TABITHA SPENCER, b. July 26, 1748; d. Sept. 23, 1751.
226. VI. CHRISTIAN SPENCER, b. Oct. 30, 1750.
227. VII. DEBORAH SPENCER, b. Sept. 13, 1752.
228. VIII. SIMEON SPENCER, b. Sept. 24, 1756.
229. IX. * JOHN SPENCER, b. July 12, 1758.
230. X. AGNES SPENCER, b. Dec. 6, 1761.

63. JOSEPH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 21, 1720; m. Mary, dau. of
Thomas and Miriam (Buel) Stevens. Mary was b. May 3, 1720. Miriam Buel was bp.
Simsbury, March 12, 1698-9. The record of her marriage is as follows: "Thomas
Stevens of Great Britin and meriam Buell of Simsbury waf marid the thirtieth day of
march 1719." He died March 25, 1752. Miriam was the first child of Peter and
Widow Mary (Gillett, Bissell) Buel, m.

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June 30, 1698. The Simsbury records say this marriage occurred June 30,
1699, and "thereby hangs a tale."

Nov. 10, 1697, Rev. Dudley Woodbridge organized the church at Simsbury
with Peter Buel and Widow Mary Bissell, with 23 others signing the covenant.
Peter, son of William Buel, the immigrant, was b. at Windsor, Conn., Aug. 19,
1644, and m. Martha Coggens in 1670. She d. in 1686, leaving 9 children.
Peter m. Mary Strong in 1687, who d. May 4, 1688, aged 22 years, without
issue. It will be noticed that in 1697 Peter was 53 years old and was already
something of a matrimonial repeater.

Widow Mary (Gillett) Bissell, b. Oct. 21, 1667, was dau. of Jonathan and
Mary (Kelsey) Gillett, Jr., and grand-daughter of Jonathan, the immigrant. She
m. Jacob Bissell and had one child, Jacob, b. June 8, 1694. In the Fall of
1697 the widow Mary was 30 and Peter some 23 years older; still the Winter
and Spring seem to have been passed very pleasantly by them, for on the 28th
day of June, 1698, a deed was put on record in Simsbury, from which the
following is copied:

"To all Christian people to whom these presents may come, Greeting. Know
ye that I Peter Buel being now to be speedily married (Gods Providence
permitting) to my well beloved and espoused Mary Bissell * * * * I do
therefore by virtue of these presents give, grant, enfeoff, set off and pass over,
ratify and confirm unto the said Mary Bissell" property as follows: He gave her
his house and lot at Hop Meadow and half his meadow lot during her life.
Peter acknowledged this deed before John Higley J. P. on the 28th of June.
This was on Tuesday. Apparently the 29th was passed in further negotiation,
as this widow appears to have had an eye to business as well as matrimony,
for on the 30th of June an addition was made to the gift of two days before of
œ60 in movable estate. This contract reads: "in case we enter into marriage
bond and covenant as is now intended by us." In this last agreement Peter
expressed some doubt as to whether they would ever be married at all, while
in the first he said he expected to be married "speedily." The first contract was
made on the 28th and the second on the 30th of June, 1698, when "they were
married and lived happily ever afterwards," the Simsbury records to the
contrary notwithstanding. Peter Buel died Jan. 8, 1729, aged 84 years. His
widow died Aug. 19, 1734, aged 66.

Joseph Moore and Micah Miller presented a memorial in 1773 to the
Connecticut Assembly, showing that they were settled on land lying North of
Simsbury, South of Westfield, Mass., and West of Suffield, Conn. They were
in a sort of "no man's land" and asked to be annexed to Conn. The Assembly
annexed the land in question, making it a part of the town of Simsbury and of
the Society of Salmon Brook. After a long contest this land finally went to
Massachusetts and is now represented by the notch taken out of the State of
Connecticut where the boundary line of Massachusetts

"Comes me cranking in and cuts a monstrous cantle out."

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Joseph Moore was appointed Lieut. of a train band in Simsbury, March 2, 1775. He
belonged to Capt Jonathan Buttolph's Company, 18th Regt. Conn. Militia,
commanded by Col. Jonathan Pettibone. The regiment marched to the defense of
New York in August, 1776, where Lieut. Moore was taken prisoner and died on the
3d of November following. A pay abstract of his company preserved in the War
Department at Washington reports him "taken prisoner" and sets down the amount of
pay due him at œ7. 4. The record in his Bible reads: "Joseph Moore, Husband of
Mary Moore -- Who left His Family the 14th of August 1776 -- He was taken at the
Giving up of New York -- the 15th of September following, being in prison Seven
Weeks. He Died the 3d Day of November -- following Being Fifty Six Years and
four Months old."

He was probably one of the eleven thousand who died on the Jersey and whose
bones bleached on the sands of the Wallabout.

The inventory of his estate amounted to œ788. 12. 6. The widow Mary Moore and
son Benjamin were appointed administrators March 4, 1777. Benjamin d. on the 15th
of Sept. following, when Roger Moore was appointed to administer on Benjamin's
estate. It would be interesting to know what fatality carried off both Benjamin and his
sister Eunice on the same day.

Among Joseph Moore's books were: One great Bible, Book of Bunyan's, Religious
Life, The Contempt of the world, Spelling Book, Very pleasing to Christ, Common
Prayer Book and Psalm Book. In the settlement of the estate in March, 1777, the
widow petitioned to have some things set off to her that she might keep house.
Among other things she got:


"36 Runs Woolen yarn
œ2. 14.
8 Run of Tow Yarn
6. 8.
8 pound of coarse Wool
12.
Great Bible
12.
6 Run 1/2 Linen yarn
6s. 6d.
20 pound Tow. No charge.
A cow hide
15.
Warming Pan
12.


The "Great Bible" is all gone now except the family record, but even that is worth
more than she paid for the whole book. This is the record of her death: "Wid. Mary
Moore died August 21st, 1811 aged Ninty two Years and three Months."

Children of Joseph and Mary (Stevens) Moore. (Bible Rec.)

231. I. JOSEPH MOORE was born Sept. the 3d, A. D. 1739. He Died being
Three years one Month and Thirteen Days Old.
232. II. ELI MOORE Was Born Dec. the 25th, A. D. 1741. He Died being
Seventeen years ten Months and Seven Days Old.
233. III. * JOSEPH MOORE Was Born May the 9th, A D. 1744.
234 IV. BENJAMIN MOORE Was Born Nov. the 12th, A. D. 1746. He Died
being 30 years 10 Mos 5 Days Old. Sept. 15, 1777.
235. V. * MARY MOORE Was Born May the 8th, A. D. 1749.
236. VI. * ROGER MOORE Was Born Sept. the 25th A. D. 1751.
237. VII. * REUBEN MOORE Was Born Jan. 16th, A. D. 1755.
238. VIII. EUNICE MOORE Was Born May the 23d, A. D. 1757. She died
being 20 Years Three Months and twenty three Days Old. Sept.
15, 1777.
239. IX. * ELI MOORE was Born June the 6th, A. D. 1759.
240. X. The Boy that Died Was Born Jan. the 25th, 1762. He died being
10 Days Old.
241. XI. * SAMUEL MOORE Was Born May the 24th, A. D. 1764.

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64. TABITHA MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Aug. 16, 1722. She m. Capt. Abel
Forward, Sept. 25, 1791. (See No. 29.)

65. AGNES MOORE, b. -- --; m. Henry Gains at Windsor, Conn., July 12, 1744.
Henry Gains was a member of the 9th Company of the Connecticut Command
furnished for the British Army in 1745 in the French War. This regiment sailed from
New London, Conn. for Cape Breton, July 11, 1745. Henry Gains died there, March
1, 1746, and the widow Agnes was appointed administratrix of the estate June 3, 1746.
He was a blacksmith. His inventory shows that he had: a Bible, Assembly's Catechism,
Looking to Christ, Parent's Gift, The Lord's Supper.

Child:
242. I. * JEMIMA GAINS, b. Windsor, Dec. 30, 1744.

66. JEMIMA MOORE, b. (???) (???); m. Enoch Palmer. They moved from
Farmington to Winchester, Conn., 1767. She d. May 28, 1790. He d. in Winsted,
1795.

Children:

243. I. LAZARUS PALMER, b. -- --; m. Dec. 27, 1783, Rachel, dau. of Joseph
and Eunice (Coe) Hoskins.
244. II. * SOLOMON PALMER, b. -- --; m. Hannah DeWolf, Oct. 14, 1787.
245. III. REUBEN PALMER, b. 1760; d. Norfolk, Conn., April 25, 1841. Wife
Abigail Morse, m. April, 1788; d. March 22, 1841, age 75.
246. IV. MARY PALMER, b. -- --; m. Reuben Sweet.
247. V. * RHODA PALMER, b. -- --; m. Levi Norton.
248. VI. BENJAMIN PALMER, b. -- --. Conjectural.

67. REUBEN MOORE, b. -- --. Reuben Moore, the son of Noadiah, says this uncle
"was a schoolmaster and a great penman and German text writer, married late in life,
had a family and went to the West Indies."

68. NOADIAH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Nov. 5, 1730. He d. Kinderhook, N.
Y., July 21, 1786, and is buried in Spencertown Church Yard. He m. Anna Loomis,
dau. of Samuel and Catharine (Saxton) Loomis, Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 3, 1758. She b.
Westfield, Mass., Jan. 17, 1738, and d. July 4, 1814; buried at Spencertown. Noadiah
lived at Sheffield, Mass., Great Barrington, Mass., and Kinderhook and Spencertown,
N. Y.

Children of Noadiah and Anna (Loomis) Moore:

249. I. * PLINY MOORE, b. Sheffield, Mass., April 14, 1759.
250. II. * ANNIS MOORE, b. Sheffield, Mass., Nov. 29, 1761.
251. III. OLIVE MOORE, b. Great Barrington, Mass., March 3, 1764; m.
Elnathan Rogers.
252. IV. * REUBEN MOORE, b. Great Barrington, Mass., Feb. 8, 1768.
253. V. * SALLY MOORE, b. Spencertown, N. Y., May 23, 1770.
254. VI. * BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Spencertown, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1772.
255. VII. * EUNICE MOORE, b. Spencertown, N. Y., Aug. 18. 1778.

69. SIMEON MOORE, b. Windsor, Conn., Jan. 6, 1732-3. He m. there Nov. 22,
1753, Hannah, dau. of Benjamin and Hannah
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(Lewis) Barber. Between the years 1754 and 1756 he moved to Torrington, Conn.;
was a farmer and owned land in Windsor, Torrington and Winchester. He d. Windsor,
between April 10th and Aug. 4th, 1789. The will of his widow was dated Jan. 2,
1801, and probated March 1, 1802. Benjamin Barber was the son of Samuel, who m.
Mary Coggins, Dec. 1, 1670. He was son of Thomas Barber, who came to Windsor
in 1635 with the Saltonstall party when he was 21. He m. Jane (???), Oct. 7, 1640,
and was in the Pequot fight in 1648. She d. the 10th and he the 11th of Sept., 1662.
(Hon. Virgil D. Allen, Columbus, O., has compiled the record of the family of Simeon
Moore.)

Children:

256. I. * HANNAH MOORE, b. Windsor, Conn., May 28, 1754.
257. II. BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., March 1, 1756; unmarried;
went to Ohio with his brother Simeon, June 7, 1807; d.
Westerville, Ohio, and buried in Jamison graveyard. He was a
soldier in the Revolutionary War.
258. III. * CHLOE MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., Aug. 17, 1758.
259. IV. * PHILANDER MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., Feb. 18, 1759.
260. V. * SIMEON MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., March 20, 1760.
261. VI. * ELDAD BARBER MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., Oct. 10, 1762.
262. VII. * AZUBAH MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., Feb. 13, 1765.
263. VIII. LUCINDA MOORE, b, Torrington, Conn., Oct. 16, 1768; m. Dr.
Timothy Mather. No issue.

71. MARTHA MOORE, b. April 5, 1722; m. Benoni Viets at Simsbury, Conn., June
20, 1745. March 24, 1737-8, Benoni Viets sold to William and Azariah Willcoxon
land in Simsbury which he had inherited from his mother, Margaret Willcoxon.
(Farmington Land Records.) March 10, 1787, the selectmen of Granby appointed
Asahel Holcomb, Esq., overseer of the estate of Benoni Viets.

The birth of two children is recorded in Simsbury:
264. I. * MARTHA VIETS, b. Feb. 27, 1746.
265. II. MARY VIETS, b. June 27, 1751.

73. OBADIAH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Nov. 7, 1726; m. Abigail (???) and died after
Sept. 4, 1782. His wife d. March 1, 1826, aged 93 years, and is buried in Southwick,
Mass.

There were 8 children, born in Simsbury:
266. I. FREE LOVE MOORE, b. May 7, 1752.
267. II. HIRAM MOORE, b. March 24, 1754; m. Deborah Phelps, April, 1782.
268. III. NAOMI MOORE, b. Jan. 30 1756; m. Matthew Griswold, April 3,
1780.
269. IV. ABIGAIL MOORE, b. Nov. 15, 1757; m. Giles Case, Nov. 20, 1780.
270. V. ELECTA MOORE, b. Oct. 23, 1759; m. George Case, Nov. 2, 1783.
He b. March 4, 1759.
271. VI. CHARLOTTE MOORE, b. Nov. 9, 1761.
272. VII. OBADIAH MOORE, b. Jan. 4, 1765; was in Blandford, Mass.,
Jan. 23, 1786.
273. VIII. * HORACE MOORE, b. -- --, 1766.
The marriages are given on authority of the Turkey Hills Ch. Rec.

74. RACHEL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., -- -- 1731; m. David Clark in May,
1750. "They lived together 64 years and 5

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months. She d. Oct. 9, 1814, aged 83 years. He d. Oct. 26, 1819, aged 94
years. Their descendants are 20 children, 117 grandchildren, 111 great grand
children, and 12 great, great grandchildren; 260 in all." (East Granby Records.)

274. I. RACHEL CLARK, b. Simsbury, Dec. 1, 1750.
275. II. ANNE CLARK, b. Simsbury, Feb. 29, 1752.
276. III. ROSEANNEE CLARK, b. Simsbury, May 14, 1753.
277. IV. DAVID CLARK, b. Simsbury, Aug. 6, 1754.
278. V. MARY CLARK, b. Simsbury, Sept, 15, 1756.
279. VI. JESSE CLARK, b. Simsbury, May 1, 1758.
280. VII. JOSEPH CLARK, b. Simsbury, Sept. 17, 1760.
281. VIII. LEVI CLARK, b. Simsbury, Sept. 26, 1762.
282. IX. SOPHRONIA CLARK, b. Simsbury, July 26, 1763.
283. X. CEPHAS CLARK, b. Simsbury, Nov. 6, 1764.
284. XI. ELI CLARK, bp. Turkey Hills, March 26, 1766.
285. XII. CEPHAS CLARK, bp. do. April 12, 1767.
286. XIII. PHILANDER CLARK, bp. Feb. 16, 1772.
287. XIV. RUSSELL CLARK, bp. do. July 16, 1775.
288. XV. ABIEL CLARK, bp. do. July 16, 1775.
289. XVI. ANNIS CLARK, bp. July 16, 1775.
290. XVII. HULDAH CLARK, bp. July 16, 1775.
291. XVIII.|
292. XIX.| These three got away.
293. XX.|

75. JONAH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., March 25, 1735; m. Mary, the dau.
of William and Mary (Gibbs) Ridout (m. May 22, 1728, Boston). Mary Gibbs
was dau. of John and Mary Gibbs, tobacconist of Boston. Jonah Moore was a
Revolutionary soldier, d. Nov. 28, 1813. His wife d. Dec. 1, 1807, aged 74
years. April 2, 1787, he sold to Capt. Samuel Marsh and Capt. Daniel
Goodwine 7 acres from his home lot in "Tirkey Hills" bounded north on land of
Nahum Moore. July 9, 1787, he sold Giles Ellsworth of Windsor 7 acres in
Turkey Hills and May 5, 1790, he sold the same party another piece of 7 acres
in "Tirkey Hills."

Seven children. All but the first and last were bp. Simsbury.

294. I. * ELIZABETH MOORE, b. -- --, 1763.
295. II. * JONAH MOORE, bp. May 25, 1764.
296. III. * RIDOUT MOORE, bp. May 25, 1766.
297. IV. * OLIVER MOORE. bp. Aug. 14, 1768.
298. V. * SYLVANUS MOORE, b. May 14, 1771.
299. VI. WILLIAM MOORE, (bp. Billy) June 26, 1774; d. April 1, 1801.
Inventory of his (Billy Moore's) estate was received April 28,
1801. Partly carpenter's tools.
300. VII. MARY MOORE, b. -- --; m. Ebenezer Cook; d. Nov. 15, 1817.

76. MICAH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Nov. 3, 1736; d. E. Granby,
Conn., May 12, 1812. "Micah Moor and Mary Phelps wd whofe Maid name
was Mary Clark was Joined in Marriage the 22d. of January 1769." (Simsbury
Records.) She d. Dec. 12, 1812, aged 73 years. She was probably the widow
of Joseph Phelps, b. Granby, Conn., June 11, 1742, who died Jan. 28, 1767.
Phelps Family says she m. 2d, Judge Samuel Woodruff of Hartford, Ct.

Granby Land Records, Vol. VI.-- May 1, 1805, Oliver Moore, son of Micah,
bought of Micah Moore a dwelling house the use of
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which was given to Mary, mother of Joseph Phelps, deceased. This Joseph was
probably Mary's son b. July 2, 1762. Granby Land Records, Vol. I.-- Dec. 22,
1790, Micah Moore with his wife Mary leased for four years another piece of land,
the use of both pieces having lately accrued to him, and the latter to them by the will
of Joseph Phelps of Granby. Mary (Clark) Phelps had by her first marriage 3
children, b. Granby, Conn.:

I. JOSEPH PHELPS, b. July 2, 1762. "Probably died young."
II. ROSWELL PHELPS, b. Feb. 14, 1764; m. Chloe Holcomb.
III. DEBORAH PHELPS, b. Sept. 14, 1765; m. Fitz John Allen.

Children by second marriage:

301. IV. MARY MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., March 22, 1770.
302. V. MICAH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., June 22, 1771; "d. Feb. 22,
1860, aged 80, Consumption." (Granby Town Rec.) He was 89.
It seems consumption is not as bad as has been represented.
303. VI. * OLIVER MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Sept. 21, 1773.

77. NAHUM MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Nov. 19, 1738; d. East Granby,
Conn., Oct. 4, 1813. He m. Catharine White, Feb. 22, 1764, who d. E. Granby,
Oct. 4, 1803, aged 57. Oct. 17, 1787, he sold land in Granby to Giles Ellsworth of
Windsor.

There were 9 children, b. Windsor, Conn., except the first:

304. I. * GRACE MOORE, b. Jan. 15, 1765.
305. II. * GLORIANA MOORE, b. Feb. 25, 1767 (bp. April 12).
306. III. * NAHUM MOORE, b. Sept. 12, 1770.
307. IV. POLLY MOORE, bp. Feb. 24, 1773; d. young.
308. V. POLLY MOORE, bp. July 16, 1775.
309. VI. * CLARISSA MOORE, b. -- --.
310. VII. * ELIAS MOORE, b. -- --, 1780.
311. VIII. BENJAMIN MOORE, b. -- --, 1782; d. unmarried, April 23, 1845.
312. IX. * NABBY C. MOORE, b. March 5, 1785.

78. SIBYL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., 1741; m. Zebulon Moses, he b. May 21,
1721, and had 4 children:

313. I. REUBEN MOSES, bp. E. Granby, Conn., May 30, 1764. (Turkey
Hills Ch. Rec.)
314. II. CHARLES MOSES, bp. E. Granby, Conn., April 12, 1767.
315. III. ABIAH MOSES, bp. E. Granby, Conn., July 16, 1775.
316. IV. SIBYL MOSES, bp. E. Granby, Conn., July 16, 1775.

79. JOEL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Sept. 25, 1744; m. Martha Spring, Sept.
30, 1765, and moved to Montgomery, Mass., in 1794. He d. there in July, 1820.
Martha was b. Aug. 25, 1747, and d. in Montgomery, Mass., June 30, 1838.

They had 9 children, all b. in Simsbury, Conn.

317. I. * JOEL MOORE, b. May 25, 1767.
318. II. * NATHANIEL MOORE, b. June 20, 1769.
319. III. * ORRIN MOORE, b. Dec. 11, 1771.
320. IV. JOHN MOORE, b. May 22, 1774. Unmarried; killed by accident at
Lowville, N. Y., July 4, 1811.
321. V. * PLINY MOORE, b. Aug. 29, 1776.
322. VI. SAMUEL MOORE, b. Dec. 5, 1779; m. Thankful Wheeler. No issue.
323. VII. * MARTHA MOORE, b. March 17, 1783.
324. VIII. ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Dec. 2, 1785; m. Sylvester Wright.
325. IX. * FLAVIUS MOORE, b. Nov. 18, 1789.
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Parents Fourth Generation,

Children Fifth.

80. ZEBULON HOSKINS, b. March 5, 1727-28, m. Mary (???) and had 3 children
whose birth record has been found.

326. I. INCREASE HOSKINS, bp. April 6, 1755. (Windsor Church Records.)
327. II. ZEBULON HOSKINS, b. Oct. 17, 1758.
328. III. ALSON HOSKINS, b. 1761.

83. ABEL HOSKINS, b. June 28, 1734; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Daniel and Elizabeth
(Loomis) Eggleston of Bloomfield, March 22, 1759. They had 9 children, b.
Bloomfield, Conn. (Stiles.)

329. I. ASA HOSKINS, b. May 16, 1760. Owned the covenant, Simsbury
Church, April 27, 1783. d. "1844, March 26, wife of Asa
Hoskins, 80." (Simsbury Church Records.)
330. II. PURE HOSKINS, b. Dec. 4, 1761; d. Mareh 13, 1781.
331. III. NATHAN HOSKINS, b. March 13, 1764.
332. IV. ABEL HOSKINS, b. Jan. 12, 1766.
333. V. ELIZABETH HOSKINS, b. Feb. 20, 1768.
334. VI. ANNA HOSKINS, b. April 9, 1770.
335. VII. ABIAH HOSKINS, b. Sept. 21, 1772; d. June 30, 1775. (Windsor
Town Records.)
336. VIII. HENRY HOSKINS, b. March 13, 1775; d. Aug. 22, 1796.
337. IX. ABIAH HOSKINS, bp. Nov. 23, 1777.

85. SANDERS MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 14, 1735; m. Damaris, dau. of
James and Jemima (Segar) Tuller of "Scotland" in Simsbury, August 27, 1755. She
was b. January 1, 1735-6.

Connecticut Men in the Revolution, p. 21, reports Sanders Moore, Corporal in Amos
Wilcox's Co. from Simsbury, in the roll of men who marched from Connecticut towns
for the relief of Boston in the Lexington Alarm, April, 1775. The roll of this company is
still preserved in Simsbury, the name of Sanders Moore heading the list.

He belonged to Capt. John Brown's Co., 18th Reg. Conn. Militia, that marched to the
defense of New York in August, 1776. Sanders made his will Sept. 12, 1787, and the
inventory of the property is dated Nov. 19, 1787. He gave the widow, Damaris, "1/3
of the Well, the use of 2 roes of apple trees on the south side of the orchard (16 in all),
the north west room in the dwelling house and the chamber over it," and some land
besides. He had a "blue straight bodied coat 10s, 1 blue jacot 5s, pairs of leather,
linen and woolen breeches, a lite coullered coat 2s, and a pair of pale blue stockings
3s."

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There were 7 children, all b. in Simsbury.

338. I. JEMIMA MOORE, b. Feb, 13, 1756; m. Richard Case 4th.
339. II. * JEHIAL MOORE, b. May 20, 1759; m. Anna (???).
340. III. * AZUBA MOORE, b. Oct. 6, 1761; m. Jehial Wilcox April 1779.
341. IV. ABRAHAM MOORE, b. Dec. 16, 1763.
342. V. CHLOE MOORE, b. June 5, 1766.
343. VI. BENJAMIN MOORE, b. (???), 1770. Abraham appointed his guardian
Nov. 1, 1778.
344. VII. SANDERS MOORE, b. (???), 1773; d. Dec. 11. 1822. (Simsbury
Church Rec.)

86. JOB MOORE, b. Simsbury, Aug. 25, 1738; m. Mehitable (???). He was a
member of Capt. Holcomb's Co. that marched to the defense of New York, August,
1776. His will was made June 27, 1799, and the distribution of the property occurred
Oct. 19, 1803. This man's family set an example in the way of "cheap funerals" that is
very striking. Among the debts paid is the following:


To coffin
$1.00
To digging grave
.50
To 6 qts. Rum at funeral
1.50
$3.00


By cutting the price of the coffin a half dollar they might have laid in a couple of quarts
more rum.

There were 6 children.

345. I. * ROSALINDA MOORE, b. Norfolk, Conn., bp. St. Andrew's Ch., Nov.
20, 1763.
346. II. JOB MOORE, b. Norfolk, Conn., bp. Nov. 10, 1765.
347. III. * ORIGEN MOORE, b. 1767.
348. IV. JOB MOORE, b. Simsbury, Jan. 12, 1769. March 20, 1807, his
address was Burtus, Rensselaer Co., N. Y.
349. V. * MEHITABLE MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 6, 1770; bp. Hop
Meadow, May 21, 1771.
350. VI. AMASA MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 5, 1772; bp. Turkey
Hills, Sept. 20, 1772; m. Mercy Holcomb, 1796. He d. Dec. 2,
1814. "His death was occasioned by drinking cider brandy by
the pint." (Granby Rec.) This man must have had charge of
his father's funeral.

89. ANDREW MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 17, 1743; m. Thankful Phelps, at
Norfolk, August 5, 1762. She was dau. of John and Thankful (Wilcox) Phelps, b. Dec.
11, 1742. The town meeting of Norfolk passed the following resolution May 26, 1774:
"Voted that the town have right to order & direct in respect to the singing in Public
worship. Samuels Cowls, Jur., Andrew Moor, Eliphalet Hatch, John Phelps & Joseph
Mills, Jur., were chosen corristers." Feb. 25, 1776: "Capt. Timothy Gaylord and Rubin
Munger were chosen Comtee of In Spection in the room of Capt. Titus Watson and
Lieut. Andr Moor, they being going into the Wars to Quebeck." Lieut. Moore d. June
9, 1776. In 1774 articles were passed by the Continental Congress,

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convened at Philadelphia, of which the following is an abstract: Not to import articles
from Great Britain or its colonies, or to export to them, and not to sell such articles. Not
to purchase any imported slave, but wholly discountenance the slave trade. Not to
purchase any tea subject to duty. To improve the breed of sheep and increase their
number. To encourage economy, frugality and industry. To promote agriculture, arts,
and manufactures, especially wool. To discourage extravagance,--for mourning, men
should wear a piece of crape or ribbon on the arm; and the ladies wear a black ribbon
or necklace. To sell manufactures at a reasonable price. Andrew Moore was one of a
committee of five to enforce the observance of these regulations.

The wars of this period were attended with great mortality, as those who took part in
them seemed to be fully aware. Obadiah Owen of Farmington made his will May 24,
1762, beginning, "I, Obadiah Owen of Farmington, being now going into his Majesties'
service in the intended expedition." He gave his property to his wife Mary and the estate
was settled Oct. 8, 1763.

Children of Andrew and Thankful (Phelps) Moore, b. Norfolk, Conn.

351. I. * THANKS PHELPS MOORE, b. Jan. 7, 1763.
352. II. DARIUS MOORE, b. Oct. 24, 1764; d. Dec. 4, 1767.
353. III. RHODA MOORE, b. July 28, 1767; d. Oct. 3, 1772.
354. IV. * ANDREW MOORE, b. May 27, 1769.
355. V. * CHAUNCEY MOORE, b. June 29, 1771.
356. VI. * RHODA MOORE, b. Oct. 29, 1773.
357. VII. JOHN MOORE, b. Oct. 21, 1775; d. May, 1778.
The widow of Andrew Moore m. 2d, Matthew Phelps in 1778-9 and had 3 children.
She d. in New Haven, Vt., Feb. 17, 1823.

93. JOSEPH FORWARD, b. Dec. 16, 1733; m. Ruth Morton, April 5, 1755. He d.
Granby, Conn., in 1810. He went South but of his 11 children 7 were b. in Simsbury.

358. I. DAN FORWARD, b. Feb. 26, 1756.
359. II. RUTH FORWARD, b. June 27, 1757.
360. III. * JOSEPH FORWARD, b. Feb. 11, 1759.
361. IV. RUTH FORWARD, b. Feb. 24. 1761.
362. V. REUBEN FORWARD, b. March 22, 1763.
363. VI. JOSHUA FORWARD, b. June 3, 1765; d. June 27, 1766.
364. VII. RACHEL FORWARD, b. Oct. 3, 1767.

95. MERCY FORWARD, b. Feb. 10, 1739; m. Bildad Easton, Jan. 24, 1759. They
had 5 children, b. Simsbury, Conn.

365. I. BILDAD EASTON, b. May 3, 1760.
366. II. CHARITY EASTON, b. Jan. 13, 1762.
367. III. RACHEL EASTON, b. Feb. 12, 1764; m. Ridout Moore June 14, 1784.
(See No. 296.)
368. IV. DEIDAMIA EASTON, b. Jan. 30, 1769. 2d wife of Abel Griswold.
369. V. MARY EASTON, b. June 2, 1771.

106. SAMUEL FORWARD, b. Simsbury. Conn., April 21, 1752; m. Susannah, the
dau. of Hezekiah and Susannah (Alderman)

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Holcomb. She b. Simsbury, May 8, 1753. They had 10 children, b. Granby, Conn. He
moved to Aurora, Ohio, in 1803.

370. I. * SAMUEL FORWARD, b. Nov. 1776; m. Abigail Higley.
371. II. SUSANNAH FORWARD, b. June, 1779; m. Isaac Phelps.
372. III. OLIVER OWEN FORWARD, b. Dec. 1, 1781; m. Sally Granger, Buffalo,
N. Y.
373. IV. WALTER FORWARD, b. Jan. 24, 1783; m. Henrietta Barkley, (Secretary
of the Treasury, 1844. See No. 392.)
374. V. HANNAH FORWARD, b. April 4, 1785; m. Horace Clark 1802.
375. VI. BETSEY FORWARD, b. May 11, 1787; m. Josiah Wilcox 1803,
376. VII. JULIA FORWARD, b. July, 1790; m. Samuel Ferguson.
377. VIII. CHAUNCEY FORWARD, b. Feb. 4, 1793; m. He was a Disciple
minister. Had 10 children.
378. IX. RENSSELAER FORWARD, b. Sept. 3, 1795; m., d. in 4 weeks.
379. X. DRYDEN FORWARD, b. March, 1798; d. in St. Louis 1822.

109. JONATHAN MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Aug. 7, 1733; removed to Salisbury,
Conn., with his father before 1747, where he m. Anna Westover of Sheffield, Mass.,
April 6, 1758. He was appointed Ensign March 14, 1777.

They had 8 children, b. Salisbury, Conn.

380. I. JONATHAN MOORE, b. Sept. 26, 1758; d. Aug. 26, 1759.
381. II. JONATHAN MOORE, b. Nov. 6, 1759; d. Jan. 21, 1761.
382. III. RODERICK MOORE, b. Feb. 9, 1761.
383. IV. MARY MOORE, b. June 3, 1762.
384. V. RUTH MOORE, b. Oct. 3, 1764.
385. VI. ALANSON MOORE, b. Sept. 22, 1766.
386. VII. CYNTHIA MOORE, b. April 24, 1768.
387. VIII. AUNSON MOORE, b. Sept. 13, 1769.

110. ABIGAIL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Feb. 14, 1735; m. Phillip Spencer at
Salisbury, Conn., Sept. 25, 1751. She d. at Northeast, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Dec. 18,
1787. Phillip Spencer was b. at Bolton, April 30, 1724, the son of Samuel, b. 1668, who
m. Hepzeibah Church, the dau. of Edward, who was son of Richard, of Hartford. Samuel
Spencer was the son of Samuel who m. Sarah (???). He was the son of William, bro. of
Thomas and Jared who were at Cambridge in 1631. (See No. 62.)

They had 6 children, all but the last b. at Salisbury, Conn.

388. I. ABIGAIL SPENCER, b. May 8, 1752.
389. II. TRYPHENIA SPENCER, b. May 1, 1755.
390. III. DIADEMIA SPENCER, b. Juue 27, 1759.
391. IV. PHILLIP SPENCER, b. Sept. 2, 1763.
392. V. AMBROSE SPENCER, b. Dec. 13, 1765. His son, John Canfield
Spencer was Secretary of War in President Tyler's cabinet,
1844. It would be interesting to know if Andrew Moore took an
interest in the meetings of this cabinet. (See No. 373.)
393. VI. ALEXANDER SPENCER, b. Northeast, New York, June 16, 1769.

120. ANNA MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., May 5, 1736; moved with her father to
Salisbury, Conn., thence to Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., N. Y., from which place she m.
Ephraim Woodworth of Salisbury, Aug. 15, 1754. They removed to Stillwater,

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N. Y., about 1760-1, with two children, her brother Gideon and Ephraim's brother Amos
and probably others, and she d. there Aug. 14, 1814.

Capt. Ephraim Woodworth was in the Revolutionary Army and took part in the capture of
Burgoyne. He was captain of the 4th Co., 13th Regt. of Saratoga at the battle of Bemus'
(Bemis) Heights. His house, near there, was at one time the headquarters of Gen. Gates and
his weaving shop an American hospital.

He was b. Lebanon, Conn., Sept. 22, 1732, and d. at Stillwater, N. Y., July 30, 1825. He
was son of Caleb Woodworth, b. Lebanon about 1704, who m. Jane Munger. He moved
to Salisbury in 1738. Caleb was the son of Benjamin, b. Scituate, Mass., about 1640.
Benjamin came to Lebanon, 1703, son of Walter who came from Kent, England, and
settled in Scituate, Mass.

Daniel B. Childs, 3 Broad Street, New York, compiled the record of this family.

Children of Ephraim and Anna (Moore) Woodworth:
394. I. ANNA WOODWORTH, b. Salisbury, Conn., March 30, 1755; d. April
12, 1755.
395. II. EPHRAIM WOODWORTH, b. Salisbury, Conn., March 2, 1756; d.
March 5, 1838; he was a Revolutionary soldier; m. Delight
Rowley; b. 1758; d. 1831; m. 2d ANNA CLUTE, b. 1779; d. 1837.
396. III. JERUSHA WOODWORTH, b. Salisbury, Conn., April 17, 1758; m.
Thomas Hunt and d, April 7, 1849.
397. IV. REUBEN WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., July 8, 1761; Revolutionary
soldier; Major 44th Regiment, 1810-12.
398. V. ESTHER WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1763.
399. VI. CHARITY WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., May 29, 1766; m.
David Ropes and d. Feb. 13, 1792.
400. VII. JOHN WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1768; m. Eleanor
Smith, b. 1774, d. 1859. He d. April 14, 1822.
401. VIII. JAMES WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., May 11, 1771.
402. IX. * ANNA WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1774.
403. X. CHARLOTTE WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1776; m.
Samuel C. Adams.
404. XI. ROXANA WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., 3, 1778; m. -- Ackerman
d. July 10, --.
405. XII. * MARY WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1781.

121. GIDEON MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., April 14, 1738; m. Esther (???) and d. in
Stillwater, N. Y., June 14, 1821, in his 84th year. His wife d. Sept. 22, 1816, in her 78th
year.

No record of children has been found.

122. TRYPHENA MOORE, b. 1739; m. Jotham Bemus; b. about 1738 and d. about
1787, aged 48. Gen. Burgoyne had his headquarters at the Bemus House at the battle of
Bemus' Heights. Jotham and three of his sons were engaged in this battle while Tryphena
had at least 5 brothers in the fight to say nothing of her nephews. It would not be strictly
historical to say the Moore family captured Burgoyne, but it cannot be denied that the family
was well represented in the battle that settled the fate of the Republic.

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Jotham and Tryphena (Moore) Bemus had 4 children.

406. I. * JOTHAM BEMUS, b. --. He was Corporal in Jeremiah Olney's Reg.
Enlisted in Col. Van. Schaick's for 1 year in '76; served 6 years,
1 mo. and 10 days. Discharged by Washington Jan. 15, '83.
407. II. * WILLIAM BEMUS, b. Bemus' Heights, Feb. 25, 1762.
408. III. JOHN BEMUS, b. Bemus' Heights, 1763; m. and d. without issue.
409. IV. * SALLY BEMUS, b. Bemus' Heights, May 6, 1768.

123. CHARLES MOORE, b. 1741; d. Northumberland, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1827, aged
86. He m. 1770, Esther Bidwell, b. Canaan, Conn., May 6, 1750; d. about 1806. She
was dau. of Capt. Daniel and Esther (Lawrence) Bidwell. They lived at Nine Partners
and Stillwater, N. Y. Mr. Moore was elected deacon of the Presbyterian Church,
Stillwater; Feb. 13, 1794. He was buried in Stickney Cemetery in Northumberland.
Mrs. Moore was buried in a graveyard near the farm at Bemus' Heights.

There were 6 children.

410. I. ESTHER MOORE, b. --; drowned; unmarried.
411. II. * ELIZABETH MOORE, b. July 16, 1774.
412. III. DAVID MOORE, b. 1778; m. Rachel Vanderberg; d. 1829; 6 children.
413. IV. * GIDEON MOORE, b. Stillwater, Dec. 21, 1781.
414. V. * CHARLES MOORE, b. 1783; d. 1846; m. Ursula Rice, b. Clarkson,
Monroe Co., N. Y.; res. Northumberland, N. Y.
415. VI. TRYPHENA MOORE, b. --; m. Ransom Baldwin; res. Windsor, Conn.

131. SIMON MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Aug. 29, 1743; m. May 31, 1766,
Jemima Wells of Farmington, Conn., dau. of John and Hannah (Baker) Wells. Jemima
Wells b. Nov. 22, 1747. (West Hartford Ch. Rec.) Both owned the covenant Oct. 26,
1766. He d. West Hartford, Conn., Nov. 26, 1803.

Children:
416. I. JEMIMA MOORE, bp. Nov. 30. 1766.
417. II. SIMON MOORE, bp. May 8, 1768.
418. III. ALMERIA MOORE, bp. March 18, 1780. (dau.)
419. IV. |
420. V. |These three bp. Aug. 30, 1791.
421. VI. |

139. MARTIN STRATTON, b. Simsbury, Conn., Jan. 13, 1730-1; m. Hannah Griffin
Oct. 1, 1767.

They had 5 children, b. Simsbury.

422. I. MARTIN STRATTON, b. March 13, 1768.
423. II. CEPHAS STRATTON, b. May 3, 1769.
424. III. TIMOTHY STRATTON, b. Nov. 4, 1772.
425. IV. CALVIN STRATTON, b. May 31, 1777.
426. V. SERAJAH STRATTON, b. June 22, 1779.

140. EUNICE STRATTON, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 27, 1733; m. Dudley Higley. He
was son of Nathaniel and Abigail (Filer) Higley; and d. 1771. Eunice appointed
administratrix. They had 2 children, b. in Simsbury. She m. afterwards Nathaniel
Messenger.

427. I. * LOIS HIGLEY, b. Jan. 28, 1756. "Entered by order of the Child's
Grand Father, Serajah Stratton."
428. II. HANNAH HIGLEY, b. April 27, 1758; m. David Messenger 1780 or '81.

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142. TIMOTHY MOORE, b. Nov. 6, 1737. (Baptisms in Turkey Hills.)

429. I. TIMOTHY MOORE, bp. May 25, 1777. "Son of Timothy Moore and
wife Betty."
430. II. ABIGAIL MOORE, bp. May 25, 1777. "Dau. of Timothy Moore and wife
Betty."
431. III. Son, bp. Dec. 10, 1778, "Son of Timothy Moore and wife Betty."
432. IV. Son, bp. May 24, 1781, "Son of Timothy Moore and wife Betty."

145. DAVID MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Aug. 22, 1753; m. Mary, dau. of Samuel
and Mary (Case) Adams, Feb. 10, 1774. He was a Revolutionary soldier and d. Licking
Co., O., in 1841. She b. Simsbury, Jan. 15, 1754. "The widow of David Moore d. April
13, 1825, age 74." (Granby Records.) Mistake here somewhere.

Children:

433. I. * FREDERICK MOORE, b. --; m. Chloe Case, 1808.
434. II. RACHEL MOORE, b. --; m. Martin Case, She d. Delaware Co., O.,
1864.
435. III. DAVID MOORE, b. --. He d. unmarried, Delaware Co., O.. 1855.
436. IV. * CYRUS KING MOORE, b. Barkhamsted, Conn., July 22, 1786.
437. V. MARY MOORE, b. Barkhamsted, Conn., Oct. 5, 1788.
438. VI. SAVILLE MOORE, b. --.
439. VII. ENOCH MOORE, b. --.

146. ARAUNAH MOORE, b. 1756. He d. Feb. 28, 1827, aged 71, and is recorded
among the burials at Simsbury. He served in Capt. Harmon's Company and was Ensign
in the company of Capt. Sedgwick. The Phelps Family, p. 342, gives the record of
"Araboh" Moore, who was undoubtedly the same man. Much of the Colonial spelling
was affected with delirium tremens. He m. Rosamond, dau. of Shubael and Hannah
(Grimes) Hoskins, b. Canaan, Conn., 1762. She d. there Jan. 4, 1821, in her 59th year.
The widow of Araunah Moore d. May 13, 1836, aged 57. (Simsbury Church Record.)
Second wife (?).

There were 6 children, b. Canaan, Conn.

440. I. TREADWELL MOORE, b. --; m. Bella Tuller.
441. II. SOPHIA MOORE, b. --; d. unmarried.
442. III. LAURA MOORE, b. 1793; d. May 23, 1817. (Simsbury Church Rec.)
443. IV. * JARVIS MOORE, b. 1800.
444. V. LAVINIA MOORE, b. --; m. Pinney Case, March 30, 1826.
445. VI. * CHESTER NORRIS MOORE, b. Feb. 16, 1807.

148. JAMES MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., and d. Rupert, Vermont, May 1, 1800. He
was killed by the falling of a tree. His headstone records his age as 65 years, which is
probably a mistake for 63. He m. Mary Norton, b. Feb. 22, 1736, and d. Sept. 13,
1826. He moved from Connecticut or Massachusetts to Vermont in 1782. He was a
Revolutionary soldier.

They had 13 children whose birth record is taken from the family Bible.

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446. I. * MARY MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 11, 1756; m. Levi Gillett.
447. II. * LOUISA MOORE, b. June 12, 1757.
448. III. JAMES MOORE, b. Feb. 15, 1759. Tradition says he m. in Connecticut
and moved to Steuben Co., N. Y.
449. IV. * GROVE MOORE, b. March 1, 1761.
450. V. * URANIA MOORE, b. Feb. 7, 1763.
451. VI. * LOIS MOORE, b. Feb. 2, 1765.
452. VII. JABISH MOORE, b. April 22, 1767; m. Eunice Crane, Aug. 28, 1788.
In 1825, Henry Moore and Jerusha Maxwell, legal representatives
of Jabish Moore, made a deed of real estate. At that time they
lived in Adams, Jefferson Co., N. Y.
453. VIII. SETH MOORE b. April 4, 1769; d. Oct. 18, 1777.
454. IX. OLIVER MOORE, b. June 6, 1771; d. Oct 3, 1777.
455. X. * ZOPHER MOORE, b. Nov. 13, 1773.
456. XI. A dau., b. March 1, 1777; d. March 5, 1777.
457. XII. * SETH MOORE, b. April 5, 1779.
458. XIII. OLIVER MOORE, b. April 22. 1781; m. Mary Dewey; d. July 7, 1826.
No issue.

149. WILLIAM MOORE, b. probably in Simsbury, about 1740. He was at Bunker Hill
under Capt. Thomas Knowlton and served three subsequent enlistments. His final
discharge is dated May 5, 1780, from the 3d Regt. Conn. line, Col. Samuel Wyllis. (See
Connecticut Men in the Revolution.) He m. Sarah (???) and had 6 children, b. Westfield,
Mass. In 1825, Sarah Moore of Sand Lake, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., deeded a piece of
land in Simsbury which she inherited from her father, Hoskins. This might have been the
widow of William.

459. I. SARAH MOORE, b. May 3, 1757.
460. II. EVE MOORE, b. May 14, 1760.
461. III. * KING MOORE, b. May 18, 1762.
462. IV. * WILLIAM MOORE, b. Aug. 13, 1764.
463. V. CHARITY MOORE, b. Aug. 19, 1766.
464. VI. * THEODOSIA MOORE, b. April 23, 1769. Charles Moore, of Annapolis,
Md., (son of King) says two of these daughters married and
lived near Euclid, Ohio. One m. Ransom and the other Rockwell.

150. JOEL MOORE, b. --. He m. 1st (???). He m. 2d Phebe Trumble, in Westfield,
Mass., July 29, 1768. He d. after Sept 4, 1782. A record of the baptism of 6 children has
been found. They were all baptized by Rev. Viets, in Turkey Hills, except the last.

465. I. JOEL FURBISH MOORE, bp. Oct, 7, 1763. Did he m. Rosanna
Phelps, b. Sept. 24, 1757?
466. II. MINDWELL MOORE, bp. July 8, 1764.
467. III. MATILDA MOORE, bp. Sept. 15, 1765.

Children by second marriage:

468. IV. DORUS MOORE, bp. Nov. 16, 1769.
469. V. * JOEL MOORE, bp. Feb. 17, 1771.
470. VI. * GUY MOORE, bp. Salmon Brook, Conn., Sept. 15, 1773.

151. ASA MOORE, b. about r753; m. Abigail (???) and had 8 children, all b. in
Westfield, Mass. He was a Revolutionary soldier. (See Connecticut Men in the
Revolution.)
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471. I. ABIGAIL MOORE, b. Jan. 30, 1772; m. Eli Rogers -- 17, 1790.
472. II. SOPHRONIA MOORE, b. Aug. 30, 1775.
473. III. * KETURAH MOORE, b. Feb. 16, 1778.
474. IV. BULAH MOORE, b. Oct. 18, 1779.
475. V. ASA MOORE, b. Oct. 26, 1781; m. Clymena Sackett, Nov. 1, 1804,
Westfield.
476. VI. JABEZ MOORE, b. Nov. 16, 1783; m. Clarissa Tinker, May 27, 1804,
Westfield.
477. VII. CHARITY MOORE, b. March 18, 1786; m. Joseph Wheeler, Jr., July
27, 1804.
478. VIII. JAMES MOORE, b. Nov. 10, 1788.

152. ROSWELL MOORE, b. 1755, m. Sarah (???) and d. E. Granby, Conn., April
13, 1822, aged 67. He was a Revolutionary soldier. His wife was b. 1756 and d. Sept.
20, 1822. The birth of 2 children is recorded in Westfield, Mass.

479. I. SARAH MOORE, b. Nov. 6, 1780; d. unmarried May 12, 1854.
480. II. ROSWELL MOORE, b. Nov. 6, 1790.
481. III. CARLETON MOORE, b. --.

154. CHARITY MOORE, b. 1749. She m. Job Phelps, son of Job and Lucy (Lewis)
Phelps, b. Westfield, Mass., Sept. 28, 1752; d. Granby, Conn., Oct. 2, 1820. She d.
East Granby, Conn., 1827, aged 78.

Four children b. East Granby, Conn.

482. I. JOB PHELPS, b. 1772; settled near Utica, N. Y., where he died.
483. II. WALTER PHELPS, b. 1779, East Granby.
484. III. ELI PHELPS, b. East Granby, 1782; m. (???).
485. IV. GUY PHELPS, b. Feb. 14, 1786; m. Elizabeth (???).

155. MIRIAM MOORE, b. July 4, 1755, and was the 1st wife of John Cornish. She
died before 1813, and her share of her mother's property went to her heirs. He was
son of Joseph and Zerviah (Moses) Cornish, b. Sept. 10, 1748. Was a Revolutionary
soldier. He m. 2d Mrs. Adams.

Children:

486. I. JOHN CORNISH, b. Jan. 7, 1775; m. Abigail Deming of Sandishfield,
Mass.; d. Jan. 5, 1837.
487. II. ZERVIAH CORNISH, b. --; m. Reuben Smith of Bangor, N. Y.

156. SHADRACH MOORE, b. May 10, 1757; m. Lovice, dau. of Stephen and
Deborah (Selden) Nott. She was b. East Hadam, Conn., Feb., 1764, and d.
Southwick, Mass., Aug. 19, 1796. He d. Sept. 11, 1806. Both are buried at
Southwick. He was a Revolutionary soldier. He m. 2d Marilla (???). He was surveyor,
lister, grand juror, and held other town offices in Granby between 1788 and 1802. The
records of this family are pieced together from the records of baptisms in Southwick
and the recollections of a living daughter of Jesse Moore.

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488. I. * JESSE MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., July 29, 1788.
489. II. JULIA MOORE, b. --; m. -- Curtis.
490. III. HARLEY MOORE, bp. Southwick, 1804; m. Anna Hoskins Nov. 30,
1820. (Granby Records.)
491. IV. SELDEN MOORE, bp. Southwick, 1804; m. Philura Holcomb.
492. V. NOTT MOORE, bp. Southwick, July 15, 1804; b. 1796.
493. VI. SALLY MOORE, bp. Methodist Church, Southwick, May 12, 1804.
494. VII. EDA MOORE, bp. Methodist Church, Southwick, May 12, 1804.
495. VIII. LOUISA MOORE, bp. M. E. Church, Southwick, May 12, 1804.
496. IX. CLASHER MOORE, bp. M. E. Church, Southwick, May 12, 1804.
497. X. SHADRACH MOORE, bp. M. E. Church, Southwick, Dec. 22, 1805.
498. XI. PERSIS MOORE, b. --; m. Weight Cannon. (?)

Shadrach Moore, Sr., says in his will, 1796, "It is to be remembered that I have paid my
granddaughter, Persis, married to Weight Cannon, the sum of œ15. which is in full of
what she is to have out of my estate." The dau. of Jesse Moore gives Persis as one of her
aunts. N. Granby Church Records say Wait Cannon m. Persis Miller 1795.

157. HANNAH MOORE, b. May 21, 1759; m. Lemuel Smith and took her share of
her mother's estate in 1813, at the time the property was distributed.

158. ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Dec. 24, 1761; m. -- Durfee, She was still living when
her mother's estate was settled in 1813, and took her share of the property.

159. REBECCA MOORE, b. April 21, 1764; m. Nahum Holcomb, Nov. 26, 1789,
and d. Dec. 23, 1819. He d. Feb. 22, 1861, aged 88 years. They had 8 children.

499. I. MILTON HOLCOMB, b. April 21, 1793.
500. II. * FIDELIA HOLCOMB, b. Aug. 8, 1795.
501. III. AUGUSTINE HOLCOMB, b. Jan. 31, 1797.
502. IV. SUSANNAH HOLCOMB, b. Feb. 22, 1799.
503. V. STARR HOLCOMB, b. Sept. 7, 1801.
504. VI. MILO HOLCOMB, b. May 12, 1803.
505. VII. HELEN HOLCOMB, b. April 29, 1805.
506. VIII. NAHUM HOLCOMB, b. July 4, 1809; d. West Granby, Aug, 27, 1871.
Augustine died May 11, 1837, at Sterling, Mass. He left only
one child, Wm. Frederick Holcomb, b. April 2, 1827. Nahum, Jr.,
left only one son, Samuel Frederick, b. Dec. 15, 1855. The book
from which these records are taken was repaired in 1872 by this
Wm. Frederick Holcomb. (Granby Records.)

161. ABIAH MOORE, b. Feb. 21, 1769; m. Titus Stevens. She d. before 1813, and
her heirs took her share of her mother's estate.

173. DAN MOORE. There is no record of the date of his birth. The following is taken
from the church records of Granville, Mass.:

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DAN. MOORE, July 1, 1749.
MARY MOORE, Dec. 25, 1760.
507. I. DAN MOORE, b. Aug. 23, 1783.
508. II. STERLING MOORE, b. July 3, 1785.
509. III. MARY MOORE, b. Nov. 12, 1787.
510. IV. ANDREW MOORE, b. July 3, 1790.
511. V. ABIGAIL MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1794.
512. VI. RUTH MOORE, b. Aug. 31, 1796,

210. ZACCHEUS GILLETT, b. Nov. 11, 1745; m. Elizabeth Holcomb and had 5
children.

513. I. ZACCHEUS PHELPS GILLETT, bp. Wolcott, Conn., May 8, 1777,
514. II. SARAH THRASHER GILLETT, bp. Wolcott, Conn., Oct. 14, 1781.
515. III. DINAH HOLCOMB GILLETT, bp. Wolcott, Conn., Oct. 3, 1784.
516. IV. SELINA GILLETT, bp. Wolcott, Conn., July 15, 1787.
517. V. RACHEL GILLETT, bp. Wolcott, Conn., Oct. 28, 1790.

212. ALEXANDER GILLETT, b. Aug. 14, 1749; d. Jan. 19, 1826. He graduated
at Yale College 1770; ordained minister at Farmingbury (now Wolcott), Conn.,
Dec. 29, 1773, dismissed Nov., 1791, installed at Torrington, Conn., May, 1792,
where he remained till death. He m. Dec. 3, 1778, A. D. Rogers, b. Sept. 5, 1762;
d. May 10, 1839. She was sister of the first wife of Josiah Atkins.

Six children:

518. I. TIMOTHY PHELPS GILLETT, b, June 15, 1780; d. Nov. 5, 1866;
graduated at Yale College 1804, and was minister at Branford,
Conn., from June 15, 1808, till the time of his death. He m.
Sallie Hodges. No record of children.
519. II. ASAPH GILLETT, b. Oct. 15, 1782; d. Aug. 21, 1846.
520. III. ESTHER GILLETT, b. May 26, 1785; d. Dec. 30, 1854,
521. IV. ADAH GILLETT, b. Oct. 10, 1787, living in 1874.
522. V. ELIAS GILLETT, b. June 11, 1792, d Oct. 26, 1871.
523. VI. MARIANNA GILLETT, b. Jan. 13, 1796; d. Nov. 4, 1815.

214. MARY GILLETT, b. Aug. 4, 1753; m. Nov. 25, 1779, Josiah Atkins, (2d
wife), b. Middletown, Conn., Nov. 4, 1757. He was youngest child of Joseph and
Abigail (Rich) Atkins. Joseph was son of Josiah and Mary (Wheeler) Atkins. Josiah
was son of Josiah and (2d wife) Elizabeth (Wetmore) Atkins, dau. of Theophilus
Wetmore, b. 1615 and arrived at Boston 1635, at Weathersfield 1639-40. He
removed to Hartford, where he married Dec. 11, 1645, Sarah, dau. of John and
Ann (Wilcox) Hall. He was with his father-in-law, John Hall, among the first settlers
of Middletown. Josiah Atkins was son of William Adkins of Hartford. (The name
was so spelled until about 1770.) Josiah Atkins m. 1st wife, Sarah Rogers, in 1777,
who died without issue.

Children of Mary Gillett and Josiah Atkins by 2d marriage:

524. I. * MARIA PAULINE ATKINS, b. Feb. 1, 1781.
525. II. * QUINTUS FLAMINIUS ATKINS, b. May 10, 1782; m. at Morgan,
Ohio, Feb 22, 1804, Sarah Wright, b. Colebrook, Conn., April
16, 1784; d. Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 27, 1883. He d. at Cleveland,
Jan. 23, 1859.
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526. III. LUCINDA ATKINS, b. March 12, 1784; d. Blissfield, Mich., April 26,
1856.
527. IV. PHILINTUS ATKINS, b. Dec. 1, 1785; d. March 19, 1801. Drowned
in Mad River. (See Norindon below.)
528. V. MARY DIANA ATKINS, b. Sept. 28, 1787; d. Blissfield, Mich., m.
Charles McNair. No issue. Adopted Stewart McNair, who m.
and had children.
529. VI. JOSIAH ALEXANDER ATKINS, b. Oct. 16, 1789; d. Oberlin, Ohio,
March 12. He gave his library to Tabor College, Iowa.
530. VII. NARCISSUS ALBERTUS ATKINS, b. March 17, 1792.
531. VIII. NORINDON XENIA ATKINS, changed to PHILINTUS in memory of his
brother who was drowned, b. Jan. 16, 1795.

215. NATHAN GILLETT, b. Sept. 29, 1755; m. April 16, Lucy Harrison, b. March 1,
1762, dau. of Dea. Aaron and Jerusha (Warner) Harrison.

Children:
532. I. NATHAN GILLETT, b. --; m. Abigail, dau. of Guy and Abigail
(Allyn) Wolcott, Oct. 5, 1781, and removed to Tallmadge, Ohio,
in 1822.
533. II. ARA GILLETT, b. --; removed to Ohio in 1802; m. Diantha Wilcox.
534. III. LUCY GILLETT, b. --; m. Guy Humphrey.
535. IV. LYDIA GILLETT, b. --; m. J. B. Battelle.
536. V. ANNA GILLETT, b. --; m. Edmond Strong.
537. VI. JERUSHA GILLETT, b. --; m. Daniel Hall.
There were other daughters.

217. BENONI GILLETT, b. July 23, 1760; m. Oct. 16, 1783, Phebe Dean, dau. of his
father's 2d wife.

Children:
538. I. THEOPHILUS GILLETT, b. --.
539. II. Son, b. --. These men were officers of a ship, and, being in St.
Augustine, Florida, were one day invited to tea in the town and
died the next day, having been poisoned.
540. III. JOHN GILLETT, b. --. He was a merchant in Dublin, Ga.; returned
to Fair Haven, Conn., and was later of the firm of Gillett,
Hotchkiss & Tuttle, who were large investors at Nauvoo, Ill.
541. IV. MERRITT GILLETT, b. --; lived in Georgia.
542. V. MARCUS GILLETT, b. --; lived in Florida; m. and d. there, leaving
children.

219. RACHEL GILLETT, b. Nov. 28, 1765; m. April 22, 1784, Noah Uzza Norton, bp.
July 3, 1764. He was the youngest child of David and 2d wife, Suza (Bishop) Norton.
David was the son of Joseph and Mary (Champion) Norton. Joseph was the son of John
and Hannah (Peck) Norton. John was the son of John and Hannah (Stone) Norton. John
was the son of Theophilus and Grace (Wells) Norton, the immigrants from Surrey,
England, in 1639.

Children:
543. I. ZARA NORTON, b. --. He was a clergyman.
544. II. ISAAC WATTS NORTON, b. --; Deacon in the church.
There were probably other children. Rev. Zara Norton inherited the Timothy Phelps Bible.
He removed with his wife from Wolcott, Conn., to the "Black River Country," N. Y.,
before 1804, and later to northern Ohio, where they died at Clarksfield, Lorain Co., Ohio;
he in 1843; she in 1844.

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221. EUNICE SPENCER, b. Suffield, Conn., May 19, 1738; m. Warham Gibbs,
son of Zebulon, March 4, 1756.

They had 10 children:
545. I. DARIUS GIBBS, b. Litchfield, Conn., Feb. 9, 1759.
546. II. SPENCER GIBBS, b. Litchfield, Conn., Jan. 26, 1762.
547. III. DORCAS GIBBS, b. Litchfield, Conn., July 15, 1763.
548. IV. LUMAN GIBBS, b. Litchfield, Conn., March 17, 1765.
549. V. MIRIAM GIBBS, b. Litchfield, Conn., July 17, 1766.
550. VI. SHELDON GIBBS, b. Litchfield, Conn., March 27. 1768.
551. VII. EUNICE GIBBS, b. Winchester, Conn., Jan. 11, 1772.
552. VIII. ZEBULON GIBBS, b. Winchester, Conn., June 2, 1774.
553. IX. WOODRUFF GIBBS, b. Winchester, Conn., Oct. 15, 1776.
554. X. AZUBAH GIBBS, b. Winchester, Conn., Nov. 1, 1778.

229. JOHN SPENCER, b. Suffield, Conn., July 12, 1758; m. Eunice Phelps, Feb.
24, 1786, and had 6 children, b. Suffield, Conn. John Spencer was buried in a family
burying ground on Manlius Spencer's farm, Mantua, Ohio, about 1830.

555. I. EUNICE SPENCER, b. Dec. 14, 1786.
556. II. JOHN SPENCER, b. Dec. 31, 1789.
557. III. LAVINA SPENCER, b. June 25, 1791.
558. IV. ELAM SPENCER, b. Jan. 30, 1794.
559. V. HIRAM SPENCER, b. Jan. 28, 1797.
560. VI. MANLIUS SPENCER, b. Aug. 5, 1799.

233. JOSEPH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., May 9, 1744; m. Zibea, the dau. of
Isaac and Honorah (Stevens) Gillett. Honorah d. at Becket, Mass., Nov. 5, 1803,
aged 83. Zibea was b. Simsbury, Conn., Feb. 25, 1746-7; m. at Westfield, Mass.,
Oct. 30, 1765; d. Becket, Mass., April 14, 1818. Joseph Moore was a lieutenant in
the Revolutionary Army, regiment of Col. William Prescott, and d. Becket, Mass.,
Aug. 5, 1827, aged 83 years. His will is dated Sept. 29, 1826.

561 I. BENJAMIN G. MOORE, bp. Sept. 7, 1788, Southwick, Mass. Res,
Long Island, N. Y., 1826.
562. II. * ZIBEA MOORE, b. Dec. 15, 1768; bp. Southwick, Mass., April 6,
1769, M. E. Church.
563. III. MIRANDA MOORE, b. --; bp. Southwick, Mass., July 14, 1776, M.
E. Church. She m. -- Randall, Res. 1826, Smithfield, Pa.
564. IV. DWIGHT MOORE, b. --. Will probated in Becket, Oct. 5, 1831.
He m. Thankful Hamblin, and d. Aug. 21, 1831, without issue.
565. V. * CYNTHIA MOORE, b. --, 1781.
566. VI. EUNICE MOORE, b. --; unmarried 1826. Res. Worthington, Mass.
567. VII. RUTH MOORE, b. --; m. Seth Partridge, Res. 1826, Worthington,
Mass.
568. VIII. ROSIE MOORE, b. --.

The last clause in her father's will reads: "To daughter Rosie, twenty dollars, if she
ever comes to claim it." Where was Rosie, and why had she left home? Nobody
knows, but it is clear that at the age of 82 her father's arms were reaching out to
welcome her return.

235. MARY MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., May 8, 1749, and published intentions
of marriage with Martin Reed July 5, 1767,


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at Westfield, Mass. He was bp. at Salmon Brook by Rev. Nathaniel Hooker, Oct.
7, 1742. He was the son of John and Malinda (Hollister) Reed, who was the only
son of Dr. John Reed, the immigrant. Capt. Martin Reed was a Revolutionary
soldier. The following is the inscription on his headstone at Salmon Brook: "Capt.
Martin Reed died Nov. 26, 1815, aged 73. The hoary head is a crown of glory if it
be found in the way of righteousness."

There were 10 children, b. Granby, Conn.

569. I. MARTIN REED, b. Dec. 18, 1768; d. Jan. 18, 1775.
570. II. * MARY REED, b. Aug. 18, 1770.
571. III. TRUMAN REED, b. March 14, 1772; d. Oct. 15, 1777.
572. IV. STARLING REED, b. June 2, 1773, d. Oct. 7, 1777.
573. V. * MARTIN REED, b. April 16, 1775.
574. VI. ALLYN REED, b. Jan. 17, 1777; d. July 2, 1777.
575. VII. EUNICE REED, b. Aug. 18, 1778; m. Calvin Holcomb.
576. VIII. TRUMAN REED, b. Aug. 16, 1780; m. Jane Smith, Oct. 12, 1802;
d, Sept. 13, 1825.
577. IX. * STARLING REED, b. July 13, 1783.
578. X. * ALLEN REED, b. 1785.

236. ROGER MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Sept. 25, 1751; d. June 26, 1838;
m. Rosetta Hayes in Granby, Conn. Dec. 4, 1786. She was the dau. of Silas and
Hannah (Holcomb) Hayes b. Dec. 4, 1768 and d. Southwick, Mass. Nov. 7,
1836. He was a captain in the army during the War of the Revolution. Nov. 15,
1791, he bought for œ800. of Eli Moore, of Granby, and Samuel Moore, of
Suffield, 5 pieces of land in Salmon Brook, 208 acres, all of which belonged to
their father, Joseph Moore, dec'd., lying east of Simsbury Road and 57 acres, all
that their father owned west of that road, with two houses and two barns standing
thereon. Also 130 acres in Granby bought by their brother Benjamin Moore of
Edward Matson and Edward Matson, Jr. Also 23 acres with dwelling house and
barn, "It being all the land which belonged to their brother Benjamin and also all
their right to the land which fell to their brother Benjamin from his father's estate."

February 9, 1810 he bought of Elijah Gillett 50 acres in Salmon Brook. On the
same date, of Josephus Walters, 50 acres. September 12, 1815 he bought of
Zopher Brown 12 acres in Granby. March 25, 1830 he bought of Lewis Holcomb
10 acres in Granby. December 22, 1830 he bought of Eli L. Moore 30 acres in
Granby and Suffield. July 6, 1831 he sold to Daniel and Gaylord Holcomb a half
interest in 190 acres in Salmon Brook.

On the same date he bought of the same parties 160 acres "southerly on Abel
Adams land, west on the Lordship line." After the death of his brother Benjamin,
Roger was appointed administrator of his father's estate and also of his brother
Benjamin's estate. His will was signed April 10, 1833 with John Mills, E. D. Beach
and Harrison Foot, witnesses. His son, Roger S. Moore, was made administrator.
The will was probated September 10, 1838. He divided his land among his heirs
by will.

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In 1796 the "Western Reserve" or "Connecticut Reserve" or "New Connecticut" in
northeastern Ohio was surveyed and opened for settlement. Roger Moore bought of
David, Fidelio and Ebenezer King, Jr. four pieces of land in Portage county. In Lot
No. 16 in Mantua township, 434 acres. This was the Tamarack Swamp where the
boys and girls used to go in the winter, when it was frozen over, to gather tamarack
gum. In Lot No. 23, 105 acres. In Lot No. 37, 176 acres. In Lot No. 18, 109 acres.
It was in a log house on this piece of land that the people of this country had the first
opportunity to make the acquaintance of the writer. This fact is mentioned here in
order to save future generations from interminable wrangles in trying to fix the exact
spot.

"Seven wealthy cities claimed great Homer dead,
Through which the living Homer begged his bread."

The other piece was in Lot No. 39, 120 acres in the township of Aurora.

Roger wrote to his son Homer from Southwick, Mass., April 3, 1811: "I wish you to
view my lands in New Connecticut and rite to me wheather in your Opinion it is better
to Exchange them for land here or to keep them, and likewise what the lands there are
worth per acre." The letter is addressed:

Homer Moore, Esq.
Deerfield, New Connecticut,
State of Ohio.
To be left with Louis Day, Esq. P. Office.
It is marked, Postage paid 25 cents.

He d. Southwick, Mass., June 26, 1838.

There were 8 children.

579. I. HOMER MOORE, b. July 23, 1787; d. Worthington, Ohio, Sept. 1,
1811. He was a graduate of Yale, class of 1806, and a lawyer.
The following is taken from the account book of Edward Phelps,
Franklin Co., O.: "Homer Moore came to my house from
Mass., July 5, 1811, and on August the 8th. he was taken sick
with a fever and on Sept. 1st. he died. He was buried on Sept.
the 3d. in the Episcopal Graveyard at Worthington, Ohio."
580. II. * FANNY MOORE, b. Jan. 15, 1790.
581. III. * HARRIET MOORE, b. July 9, 1792; d. at Granby, June 13, 1839,
(Hayes Family.)
582. IV. ROGER SHERMAN MOORE, b. Aug. 18, 1795; d. Nov. 15, 1800.
583. V. ROSETTA MOORE, b. Jan. 1, 1798; d. Nov. 7, 1800.
584. VI. ROSETTA MARIA MOORE, b. 1804; m. Ammi Filley, d. Southwick,
Aug. 13, 1861. No issue.
585. VII. * ROGER SHERMAN MOORE, b. July 25. 1806.
586. VIII. EMMA E. MOORE, b. 1814; d. April 8, 1831; Hayes Family says
April 7.

237. REUBEN MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Jan. 16, 1755, m. Lydia Town. He
held town offices in Granby most of the time from 1786 to 1802. He d. in Southwick,
Mass., Nov. 14, 1829. His widow d. Oct. 2, 1853, aged 77 years.

They had 6 children, b. Granby, Conn.
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587. I. * MARY MOORE, b. April 14, 1800.
588. II. * AMARET MOORE, b. 1802.
589. III. * LAURA MOORE, b. 1805, Southwick, Mass.
590. IV. CAROLINE MOORE, b. 1811; m. Harry, son of Isaac and Ruth
(Gillett) Dewey. She d. Feb. 8, 1873. He d. April 1, 1853,
aged 37 years. No issue.
591. V. EUNICE E. MOORE, b. --; m. Walter Griffin, Aug. 12, 1840. No
issue.
592. VI. EDWIN MOORE, b. --. He was killed by the caving in of a well.
Martin Reed settled his estate in 1842. Never married.

239. ELI MOORE, b. June 6, 1759, m. Eunice, the dau. of Hosea and Sarah
(Smith whose maiden name was Post) Willcox. She was b. March 15, 1770 and
d. in Southwick, Mass., March 16, 1817. He made his will June 6, 1821, d. June
12, and it was probated October 4, 1821. He gave his property to "Keziah my
dear wife," to his son Eli L. Moore, his dau. Philura and "my young son William
H. Moore when he shall arrive at the age of fourteen, $400." He left a legacy to
Charlotte Loomis, and appointed Eli L. Moore executor. Eli held town offices in
1788, 1798 and 1799 and was grandjuror in 1802. Feb. 3, 1802 he bought 2
pieces of land in Suffield of Samuel Moore, bounded north on land of Roger
Moore. Feb. 19, 1817, he bought with Ferdinand Clemmons of Southwick,
Mass., of Elijah Gaylord and wife of Westfield, Mass., 60 acres of land in
Salmon Brook. In this deed Eli's wife is called Esther Moore. This is probably a
mistake, nor is it apparent why his wife should be mentioned as he was the
purchaser. Both were buried at Southwick. His wife's headstone reads: "Mrs.
Eunice Moore wife of Eli Moore Died March 16, 1817 age 47 years." The
widow Keziah, mentioned in the will, must have been by a second marriage.

There were 3 children.

593. I. * ELI LATHROP MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Oct. 1, 1793.
594. II. * PHILURA MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., April 19, 1796.
595. III. WILLIAM H. MOORE, b. --.

241. SAMUEL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., May 24, 1764; bp. by Rev.
Roger Viets at Mooretown, Mass., Nov. 10, 1765. He m. Eunice, the dau. of
Capt. Isaac and Susannah (Root) Gillett, and d. Mantua, Ohio, Nov. 3, 1816.
She was bp. at Mooretown, Westfield, Mass., by Rev. Viets, Nov. 16, 1769; d.
Mantua, O., Oct. 10, 1850. Capt. Isaac Gillett was the son of Dea. Isaac and
Honorah (Stevens) Gillett; m. Dec. 28, 1742. Dea. Isaac was the son of Isaac
and Elizabeth (Griswold) Gillett; m. Oct. 29, 1719. Isaac was the son of Nathan
and Rebecca (Owen) Gillett; m. June 30, 1692. Nathan was the son of Nathan
Gillett, the immigrant, Dorchester, 1630, Windsor, Conn., 1635. He served in the
Pequot War. His wife d. Simsbury, Conn., Feb. 21, 1670. Susannah was dau. of
Elisha and Mary (Scott) Root; m. April 22, 1730. Elisha was son of John and
Mary (Leonard) Root; m. April 14, 1703. John was son of Thomas and Mary
(Spencer) Root; m. Oct. 17, 1675. Thomas was son of John and Mary

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(Kilbourne) Root. John came from England in the "Increase" and settled in
Farmington in 1640. Mary, his wife, was the dau. of Thomas Kilbourne, b. Wood
Ditton, England, 1578. Honorah, wife of Dea. Isaac, was dau. of Thomas and
Miriam (Buel) Stevens; m. March 30, 1719. Miriam Buel was dau. of Peter and
Mary (Gillett) Buel; m. June 30, 1698. Peter was the son of William Buel, the
immigrant, and his wife was dau. of Jonathan Gillett, the immigrant. Elizabeth
Griswold was dau. of Benjamin and Elizabeth (Cook) Griswold, b. Feb. 5, 1695.
Benjamin was the son of George and Mary (Holcomb) Griswold; m. Oct. 3, 1655.
George was the son of Edward Griswold, the immigrant and his wife was the dau.
of Thomas Holcomb, the immigrant. Rebecca, wife of Nathan Gillett, was the dau.
of John and Rebecca (Wade) Owen; m. Oct. 3, 1650. He was from Wales, b.
Dec. 25, 1624.

Samuel Moore sold his property in Suffield, Conn., and removed to Mantua, Ohio,
in 1806. The means of transportation consisted of a wagon, a yoke of oxen and a
pair of horses. A cow was led behind the wagon. He crossed the Hudson river at
Fishkill, passed through Carlisle and Pittsburg in Pennsylvania and entered Ohio at
Youngstown. He passed through Warren, containing at that time but a single frame
house. He settled on Lot 24 of Mantua township, buying of John and Richard
Redding.

These first setlements on the Western Reserve were as completely isolated from
the outside world as Plymouth, Mass., was in 1620. They had to be equally
self-supporting. Game furnished most of the meat for the family and after a clearing
was made wool and flax furnished the material from which the family was clothed.
Wheat and rye were hacked in among the stumps and girdled timber to furnish the
bread rations. These people did what the settlers from New England have done
everywhere. They dispossessed the Indians, cleared away the primeval forest, built
school houses and churches, and made the wilderness a fit habitation for civilized
man.

Eunice Moore was one of the 14 who organized the first Congregational church in
Mantua, May 31, 1812.

There were 7 children.

596. I. * VIRGIL MOORE, b. Suffield, Conn., Jan. 19, 1789.
597. II. MARK MOORE, b. Suffield, Conn., April 5, 1792. He d. Mantua,
O., Sept. 24, 1812, from exposure in the Detroit campaign, where
he was taken prisoner, War of 1812.
598. III. * SAMUEL MOORE, b. Suffield, Conn., Nov. 24, 1794.
599. IV. * EUNICE KETURAH MOORE, b. Suffield, Conn., April 22, 1796.
600. V. * JASON MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Aug. 31, 1798.
601. VI. * BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Dec. 30, 1800.
602. VII. PERLEA MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, 1806; d. July 22, 1843. She
provided the pillow of feathers used when Jos. Smith was tarred
and feathered in Hiram, O.

242. JEMIMA GAINS, b. Windsor, Conn., Dec. 30, 1744; d. March 22, 1806;
m. Israel, son of George and Abigail ((???)) Granger, of Simsbury, Conn., March
17, 1766.

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There were 6 children, b. Westfield, Mass.

603. I. HENRY GRANGER, b. April 22, 1767.
604. II. ISRAEL GRANGER, b. Sept. 30, 1770; d. Oct. 14, 1775.
605. III. OLIVER GRANGER, b. March 21, 1772.
606. IV. JEMIMA GRANGER, b. June 26, 1774.
607. V. ISRAEL GRANGER, b. July 13, 1776.
608. VI. Son, b. July 19, 1778.

244. SOLOMON PALMER, b. --; m. Hannah De Wolf, Oct. 14, 1787. The birth of
2 children is recorded in Barkhamsted.

609. I. STEPHEN DE WOLF PALMER, b. April 3, 1788.
610. II. LAMENTINE PALMER (dau.), b. Jan. 7, 1791.

247. RHODA PALMER, b. --; m. Levi Norton, 2d, from Norfolk. In 1822 was in
Hartland, Conn.

Five children are mentioned.

611. I. EDEN NORTON, of Benson, Vt., in 1822.
612. II. ISAAC A. NORTON, of Cornwall, in 1821.
613. III. FANNY NORTON, m. Asa Mallory, Dec. 8, 1807; moved to Concord,
Ohio.
614. IV. JEMIMA NORTON, b. --.
615. V. SOLOMON NORTON, b. --.

249. PLINY MOORE, b. Sheffield, Mass., April 14, 1759; m. Martha, dau. of Capt.
John and Abigail (Cabot) Corbin, at Bennington, Vt., Jan. 22, 1787. John was son of
Lieut. John and Martha (Hosmer) Corbin, who was son of Lieut. Jabez and Mary
(Morse) Corbin, son of Clement and Dorcas (Buckminster) Corbin, the immigrant.
Pliny Moore d. Champlain, N. Y., Aug. 18, 1822. She d. Champlain, May 2, 1825.

Judge Pliny Moore's education was more liberal than was usual at the time. In 1775, he
enlisted in the 1st Reg. N. Y. "Line," and was in the expedition to Canada under
Benedict Arnold, which captured the fort at St. Johns and the city of Montreal and
ended in the death of General Montgomery and disaster at Quebec. He was at the
battle of Saratoga and the surrender of Burgoyne, Oct. 17, 1777. He was a Lieut. in
Capt. Job Wright's Co. of Col. Marinus Willett's Regt. of "Levies," and was made
Adjutant of the regiment, serving as such during the remainder of the war.

While the army was in retreat from Canada, early in 1776, the Division to which Mr.
Moore belonged forded the Big Chazy River at a point of great beauty. Mr. Moore
was struck with its many advantages and determined to return there and settle. After
the close of the war, with 17 others, he obtained a grant of 11,600 acres of land on the
Big Chazy River, on the west shore of Lake Champlain, and in March 1785,
accompanied by two friends, located and surveyed the tract which was known as the
Moorefield Grant. In 1787 Lieut. Moore took a party of friends, relatives and
trades people to the Grant and clearing the surroundings of the ford, settled the village
of Champlain. He at once built a dam across the river above the settlement and erected
the first saw, grist, carding and fulling mills in the section.

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In 1774, the British occupied Point-au-Fer on Lake Champlain as a military post and erected a stone fort with a strong stockade and called it "The White House." On the 1st of each month following the settlement of Champlain by Lieut. Moore he was visited by a corporal and file of men sent from Point-au-Fer to notify him that his title to the Grant from the State of New York would not be recognized and warning him "off the soil." Of course no attention was paid to these repeated warnings, which continued until the British formally gave up possession of the Post in 1796.

Selecting a beautiful site overlooking the settlement on the opposite side of the river, Lieut. Moore put up a comfortable log dwelling to which, in 1789, he brought his young wife and in which they lived until Dec. 1801, when they moved to a stately mansion on the hill above, which is still in a good state of preservation. The frame and floors of this house are of oak while
the wainscoting, stairs and front door are of first growth cherry. This finish is now as dark with age as mahogany. The title to the property still remains in the family.

Lieut. Moore was made the first Justice of the Peace in 1788, and the following year was chosen County Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, For 17 years he was the first judge on the bench. In politics he was a Federalist of the Washington school, and in all public matters was an extremely popular leader. He was the first Postmaster in Champlain and also the first merchant.

In 1811 Judge Moore introduced the first piano or harpsicord into Champlain, and the ladies of his family were regarded as among the most fortunate of the land. He was prominent in building a large brick school house which was used for many years as a place of public worship by all sects. In 1816 he was chairman of a meeting called to organize "the Clinton County Bible Society" and was chosen its first President. He often led worship on "Lord's Day" when there was no minister present, and never neglected family worship. He was the owner of three slaves whom he emancipated at an early day. One, Phillis, remained in the family and received an annuity, by will, from the Judge on his death. He left a large estate, consisting of 5,000 acres of land and other valuable pieces of property. He willed the old burying ground to the village, an acre of ground to the Congregational Church and $1,000 to aid in its construction.

He was a man of candor, firmness, honesty and ability; a good husband, father and neighbor. He was a citizen who filled with honor and credit some of the first and highest offices in the town, county and state.

There were 10 children, all but the first born in Champlain, N. Y.

616. I. * NOADIAH MOORE, b. Kinderhook, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1788.
617. II. * ANNA MOORE, b. April 9, 1790.
618. III. * SOPHIA MOORE, b. Sept. 12, 1792.
619. IV. ROYAL MOORE, b. May 20, 1794; d. May 25, 1794.
620. V. * ROYAL CORBIN MOORE, b. June 16, 1795.
621. VI. OLIVE MOORE, b. Feb. 24, 1797; d. May 7, 1797.

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622. VII. PLINY MOORE, b. Jan. 25, 1799; m. Pamelia Savage, Aug. 10, 1831;
d. March 9, 1872; no issue.
623. VIII. * AMASA CORBIN MOORE, b. April 3. 1801.
624. IX. LUCRETIA MATILDA MOORE, b. Dec. 3, 1802; m. 1st Abraham D.
Brinkerhoff, Jan. 14, 1824; 2d Loring Hubbell; d. March 2, 1860;
no issue.
625. X. HENRY MOORE, b. Jan. 31, 1806; d. June 14, 1807.

250. ANNIS MOORE, b. Sheffield, Mass., Nov. 29, 1761; m. Gilbert Van Allen at
Chatham, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1785. She d. at Chatham, Aug. 12, 1826. He was b. April 6,
1758, and d. at Chatham, Sept. 21, 1809.

There were 2 children, b. Chatham Center, N. Y.

626. I. * CATHERINE VAN ALLEN, b. May 4, 1787.
627. II. REUBEN VAN ALLEN, b. Sept. 5, 1792.

252. REUBEN MOORE, b. Great Barrington, Mass., Feb. 8, 1768; d. Chatham, N. Y.,
Dec. 27, 1858. He m. Levina Dean at Stockbridge, Mass.; Feb. 9, 1796, where she was b.
April 1, 1773. She d. Chatham, N. Y., April 18, 1834. Both are buried at Spencertown. He
m. 2d Sarah Stover of Chatham, Jan. 15, 1836; no issue. His grandson, Reuben, says of him:
"He was a well educated man and called a philosopher. He was a good business man and
owned a large farm in Chatham. He was of good judgment and moral character and highly
respected by all. He was Master of Chancery March 17, 1813, one term, and Coroner two
terms, appointed Feb. 28, 1799, and Feb. 11, 1801, in Columbia County. He was of
medium height, would weigh about 160; had blue eyes and brown hair."

There were 10 children, all born in Chatham, N. Y.

628. I. CAROLINE MOORE, b. Nov. 6, 1796; d. Dec., 1800.
629. II. EMILY CRAYTON MOORE, b. Aug. 27, 1798; d. Jan. 14, 1848; unmarried.
630. III. IMLACK MOORE, b. Aug. 8, 1800; d. Jan. 31, 1834; unmarried.
631. IV. * JANE SAVAGE MOORE, b. Jan. 20, 1802; d. July 4, 1826.
632. V. CHARLOTTE TEMPLE MOORE, b. March 29, 1804; d. Feb. 11, 1834;
unmarried.
633. VI. * PLATO BOLIVER MOORE, b. May 10, 1806.
634. VII. JULIA BRIGHT MOORE, b. Feb. 18, 1808; d. Jan., 1838; m. Enos
Ferrin, June 12, 1828; no issue.
635. VIII. MARY ANN MOORE, b. Feb. 8, 1810; d. Jan. 19, 1875; unmarried.
636. IX. * SILAS DEAN MOORE, b. March 4, 1812.
637. X. * WILLIAM REUBEN MOORE, b. May 1, 1814.

253. SALLY or SARAH MOORE, b. Spencertown, N. Y., May 22, 1770. She m. Timothy
Rogers at Chatham, N. Y., and d. there Nov. 8, 1844. He b. Middletown, Conn., March 3,
1766; d. at Chatham, N. Y., June 24, 1850.

They had 6 children, b. at Chatham.

638. I. RALPH ROGERS, b. --; m. Martha Miller of Middletown, Conn.;
no issue.
639. II. * MARIA ROGERS, b. --; m. William Thompson.
640. III. * MARTHA ROGERS, b --; m. Darius Benjamin.
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641. IV. ANNA ROGERS, b. --; m. Timothy Warner.
642. V. * JOHN ROGERS, b. Nov. 19, 1799.
643. VI. GILBERT ROGERS, b. --; d. single at the age of 27.

254. BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Nov. 12, 1772; m. Martha, dau. of Joseph and Mary
(Talmadge) Corbin. Joseph was son of Lieutenant John and Martha (Hosmer) Corbin. John
was son of Lieutenant Jabez and Mary (Morse) Corbin, and he was the son of Clement and
Dorcas (Buckminster) Corbin, the immigrant. Martha was b. Williamstown, Mass., Oct.,
1778.

He studied medicine and was the first physician who settled in Champlain, N. Y. His house
was the first brick dwelling erected in the village. He left a valuable estate.

There were 8 children, all b. Champlain, N. Y.

644. I. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MOORE, b. July 3, 1801; d. March 17, 1809.
645. II. ELIZA CAROLINE MOORE, b. Aug. 6, 1802; d. Dec. 17, 1827; unmarried.
646. III. * CHARLES SAILEE MOORE, b. June 29, 1804.
647. IV. * EDWARD JOSEPH MOORE, b. Dec. 14, 1806.
648. V. NOADIAH MOORE, b. March 6, 1812; d. March 9, 1812.
649. VI. ANN MOORE, b. March 6, 1812; d. Aug. 30, 1813.
650. VII. * MARY MOORE, b. March 6, 1812; m. John Shedden.
651. VIII. JAMES AUGUSTUS MOORE, b. Aug. 17, 1821.

255. EUNICE MOORE, b. Spencertown, N. Y., Aug. 18, 1778; m. Caleb Hill in 1807,
and d. at Chatham, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1841. He was b. in Chatham, 1778, and d. there Dec.
17, 1832. He was a farmer, had a tannery and hotel and was Postmaster.

There were 4 children, b. North Chatham, N. Y.

652. I. HENRY HILL, b. Feb. 12, 1812; m. Pamelia Hunt, Windham, N. Y.,
May 22, 1850; d. Nov. 23, 1894. He m. 2d, Elizabeth Van Salisbury,
Aug. 31, 1868.
653. II. NOADIAH MOORE HILL, b. Feb. 7, 1815; m. Martha Angell Niles
at Spencertown, N. Y., March 24, 1870; d. July 29, 1889, without
issue.
654. III. GILBERT VAN ALLEN HILL, b. April 17, 1817; m. Sylvia Smith,
Chatham, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1844; d. Jan. 18, 1889.
655. IV. SALLY ANN HILL, b. 1809; d. unmarried, Nov. 16, 1879.

256. HANNAH MOORE, b. May 28, 1754, at Windsor, Conn.; m. Timothy, son of
Reuben and Mehitable Cooke, of Windsor, Conn., b. there 1759; bp. July 31, 1763. In
1783 they removed to Winchester, Conn., and built on Wallens Hill, where he lived several
years, when it became the property of his father-in-law, Simeon Moore. He served in the
Revolutionary War.

They had 8 children.

656. I. SELMA COOKE, b. Winchester, Conn. Jan. 13, 1783.
657. II. TIMOTHY COOKE, b. March 22, 1785; d. young.
658. III. TRUMAN COOKE, b. Colebrook, Conn., Nov. 23, 1786.
659. IV. * PLIN COOKE, b. Colebrook, Conn., July 27, 1790.
660. V. * MEDAD COOKE, b. Colebrook, Conn,, March 4, 1793.
661. VI. ZOPHER COOKE, b. Colebrook, Conn., Jan 5, 1795; d. March 10, 1795,
662. VII. MARVIN COOKE, b. Colebrook, Conn,, Sept. 23, 1796; d. Chicago.
buried Lockport, Ill.
663. VIII. * LEWIS COOKE, b. Colebrook, Conn., June 11, 1798.

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258. CHLOE MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., Aug. 17, 1758; d. Windsor, Conn.,
April 2, 1798. She m. Abiel, son of George and Mary (Hayden) Griswold, Oct. 14,
1779. She d. April 2, 1798, and he m. 2d Deidamia (No. 368), dau. of Bildad and
Mercy (Forward) Easton, June 19, 1799. Stiles says she d.1801. There are reasons
(two of them) why this cannot be true.

There were 12 children, b. Windsor, Conn.

664. I. CHLOE GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 21, 1780; d. July 24, 1798.
665. II. ARTHUR GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 30, 1783.
666. III. AVERY GRISWOLD, b. May 28, 1785.
667. IV. LAURA GRISWOLD, b. Feb. 27, 1787.
668. V. ABEL TRUMBULL GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 3, 1789.
669. VI. LIVEA GRISWOLD, b. March 3, 1791; m. Azubah Strong.
670. VII. HOMER GRISWOLD, b. June 3, 1793.
671. VIII. WEALTHE GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 1, 1795.
672. IX. CHARLES GRISWOLD, b. Nov. 11, 1796.

Children by second marriage:

673. X. DEIDAMIA GRISWOLD, b. April 6, 1800.
674. XI. CLARISSA GRISWOLD, b. June 27, 1802.
675. XII. CHLOE GRISWOLD, b. June 27, 1802.

259. PHILANDER MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., Feb. 18, 1759; m. Sarah Theda
Holcomb, Dec. 28, 1791. Dec. 22, 1790, he deeded to his brother Eldad Barber
Moore all his right to his father's estate for œ70. He was placed on the pension roll
Sept. 24, 1818, at $96 per annum. He belonged to the 8th Company, 1st Regiment,
Connecticut Militia. He d. Nov. 24, 1827, and left his estate insolvent. No record of
children has been found.

260. SIMEON MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., March 20, 1760; d. Westerville,
Ohio, June 26, 1825. He m. Jan. 21, 1784, Hannah, dau. of John and Rachel
(Wilson) Cooke, who d. Winchester, Conn., Oct. 22, 1796; m. 2d, Elizabeth
Andrews, May 9, 1797; m. 3d, May 10, 1805, Roxana (Phelps) Meacham, widow
of Paul Meacham. She was b. Granby, Conn., Dec. 1, 1763; d. Westerville, Ohio,
Aug. 10, 1847. He served with the Connecticut troops at the battle of Bunker Hill;
and enlisted in Capt. Ben. Harmon's Co. April 1, 1777, for three years. He was
discharged April 1, 1780. He then served for a year with the privateers. He kept the
old Crocker House at Winchester for several years and moved to Blendon Township,
Franklin Co., Ohio, in 1807, where he settled on a 500 acre tract of land acquired by
purchase. There came with him to Ohio his brother Benjamin and daughter Phebe
with 5 of his wife's children by her first marriage.

He had 9 children, all but the last b. Winchester, Conn.

676. I. POLLY MOORE, b. Nov. 1, 1784; m. 1st -- Wilson; m. 2d -- Rector,
of N. Y. No issue.
677. II. * LOVINA MOORE, b. April 16, 1786; m. Elijah Benedict; d. Nov. 13,
1854.
678. III. WEALTHY MOORE, b. March 24, 1789; d. Dec. 6, 1840; unmarried.
679. IV. * SIMEON MOORE, b. June 8, 1791.
680. V. HANNAH MOORE, b. Jan. 15, 1794; m. -- Sage.
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Children by second marriage:

681. VI. ELHANNAN W. MOORE, b. Dec. 24, 1798; d. Sept. 23, 1802.
682. VII. THOMAS J. MOORE, b. Oct. 2, 1800; d. Nov. 16, 1801.
683. VIII. * PHEBE MOORE, b. Oct. 8, 1802; m. Dr. Luman Sharp.

Child by third marriage:

684. IX. * BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, July 11, 1807; d. March 24,
1854.

Children of the 3d wife by her 1st husband:

I. ROXANA MEACHAM.
II. AMELIA MEACHAM.
III. GAYLORD MEACHAM.
IV. ELIZABETH MEACHAM, m. 1st, Eliakim Benton; 2d, David Longshore.
V. LAURA MEACHAM, b. March 10, 1792; m. Simeon Moore.
VI. ALFRED MEACHAM.
VII. SARAH MEACHAM.
VIII. RILEY MEACHAM.
IX. RILEY MEACHAM.

261. ELDAD BARBER MOORE, b. Torrington, Conn., Oct. 10, 1762; m. Mary
Barnes, June 23, 1800. He d. Becket, Mass., July 5, 1839, aged 77 years (Church
Rec.).

The record of 7 children has been found.

685. I. * ELDAD BARBER MOORE, b.--; d. Sheldon, N. Y. 1843.
686. II. MARIA MOORE, b. 1804; d. Sept. 2, 1858, age 54.
687. III. ELIZA MOORE, b. 1806; d. March 11, 1829, age 23.
688. IV. SOCRATES MOORE, b. 1809; d. Dec. 20, 1865, age 56.
689. V. CELESTIA MOORE, b. 1811; d. Aug. 30, 1849, age 38.
690. VI. HOMER MOORE, b. 1817; d. Jan. 7, 1818.
691. VII. HOMER MOORE, b. 1819; d. age 3 months.

262. AZUBAH MOORE, b. Feb. 13, 1765; d. Nov. 18, 1849, at Westerville, Ohio;
m. May 6, 1789, Edward, the son of Timothy and Margaret (Gillett) Phelps. Edward
b. Aug. 27, 1759, at Windsor, Conn.; d. Westerville, Ohio, Aug. 10, 1840.

Mr. Phelps was one of the pioneers of Ohio. He came with Isaac Griswold in 1805,
stopping first at Granville, Licking Co. They followed the Indian trail from Granville to
Worthington in Franklin Co., where they located. They returned to Connecticut
metaphorically bearing a bunch of grapes swinging from a pole as the spies of the
Israelites returned from the land of Canaan. Mr. Phelps bought of Aaron Ogden, of
Elizabethtown, N. J., 500 acres of land for $787.50. He began the return journey with
his family June 24, and reached Franklin Co., Ohio, Aug. 23, 1806, camping on the
east bank of Alum Creek. Cost of transportation, $169.88. They were the first settlers
in Blendon Township. Their house was the home of many of the settlers who came
from the East and had to be provided for till they could care for themselves.

They had 8 children, all but the last b. Windsor, Conn.


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692. I. EDWARD PHELPS, b. May 10, 1790; m. Elizabeth Jamison, June 26,
1817; d. Feb. 22, 1845.
693. II. ABRAM PHELPS, b. May 16, 1791; m. Lucy Bills; d. Aug. 24, 1834;
no issue.
694. III. AZUBAH PHELPS, b, May 19, 1794; d. April 14, 1860; unmarried.
695. IV. LEWIS PHELPS, b. Jan. 10, 1796; d. June 17, 1796.
696. V. LUCINDA PHELPS, b. Jan. 28, 1797; d. Nov. 23, 1873; m. William
Williams.
697. VI. CHLOE PHELPS, b. May 3, 1799; m. Menzes Gilespie, Nov. 1, 1817.
698. VII. WILLIAM PHELPS, b. Sept. 16, 1802; d. June 2, 1847; m. Jane Watt,
Aug. 21, 1824.
699. VIII. * HOMER MOORE PHELPS, b. Blendon, Ohio, Feb. 9, 1812.

264. MARTHA VIETS, b. Simsbury, Conn., Feb. 27, 1746; m. Benoni Griffin, Jr.,
May 20, 1762. He b. June 26, 1743.

The birth of 3 children is recorded in Simsbury.

700. I. MARTHA GRIFFIN, b. June 26, 1764.
701. II. BENONI GRIFFIN, b. July 11, 1766.
702. III. VIETS GRIFFIN, b. March 16, 1768.

273. HORACE MOORE, b. in 1766. The record of his birth has not been found. He
is buried at Southwick, Mass., with the following record on his headstone: "Died Feb.
28, 1826, aged 60 years." Next to his grave is that of "Abigail, wife of Obadiah
Moore, died March 1, 1826, aged 93." Next are the graves of the two sons of Horace:
Ezra and Parsons. It seems clear that Horace was the son of Obadiah. He m. Sarah
Nate and had 8 children, b. Southwick, Mass.

703. I. * NAOMI MOORE, b. March 13, 1790; m. Simeon Case; d. Feb. 27,
1864.
704. II. * HORACE MOORE, b. April 23, 1792.
705. III. EZRA MOORE, b. Jan. 25, 1795; d. Aug. 11, 1824.
706. IV. MARY MOORE, b. Nov. 27, 1799; m. -- Goddard.
707. V. PARSONS MOORE, b. Feb. 19, 1801; d. Aug. 14, 1817.
708. VI. * CYNTHIA MOORE, b. Sept. 16, 1803; m. Joseph Case.
709. VII. * URSULA MOORE, b. Jan. 24, 1807; m. -- Lee.
710. VIII. * ORRIN MOORE, b. April 16, 1810.

294. ELIZABETH MOORE, b. 1763; m. Phinehas, son of Reuben and Susanna
(Hayes) Holcomb, April 26, 1781 (Turkey Hills Ch. Rec.). He was b. 1759.

They had 9 children.

711. I. PHINEHAS HOLCOMB, b. 1783.
712. II. ELIZABETH HOLCOMB.
713. III. SUSAN HOLCOMB.
714. IV. SCHUYLER HOLCOMB.
715. V. JULIA HOLCOMB.
716. VI. HARRIET HOLCOMB.
717. VII. FRIEND HOLCOMB.
718. VIII. HERMAN HOLCOMB.
719. IX. SOPHRONIA HOLCOMB.

295. JONAH MOORE was bp. at St. Andrew's Church, Simsbury, May 25, 1764.
He m. March 12, 1788, Marcia, dau. of Dr.
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Barnabas Paine of Amenia, Dutchess Co., N. Y., and moved to Chenango Co.
about 1800. He d. in Oxford, N. Y.

There were 10 children, born probably in Dutchess Co., N. Y., though the Dewey
Genealogy says Stoughton was b. Lebanon, Conn. The records of the family are very
defective.

720. I. LYMAN MOORE, b. Oct. 19, 1788; soldier in the war of 1812; d.
soon afterwards.
721. II. * CHESTER MOORE, b. Feb. 24, 1790.
722. III. PHEBE MOORE, b. Sept. 24, 1792; d. young.
723. IV. * STOUGHTON MOORE, b. Lebanon, Conn., Sept. 7, 1794.
724. V. * SYLVANUS MOORE, b. Oct. 4, 1796.
725. VI. BARNEY MOORE, b. Aug. 19, 1798. He lived in Ithaca, N. Y. Left
son William, who lives in Chicago, and James, who lives at 253
Oak St., Binghamton, N. Y. (1898).
726. VII. JAMES MOORE, b. Sept. 6, 1799; d. New York City.
727. VIII. HENRY MOORE, b. Sept. 6, 1799; d. unmarried.
728. IX. ZALMON MOORE, b. Nov. 10, 1801; d. young.
729. X. MARCIA MOORE, b. March 19, 1804; m. -- Hardenburg; d. Ithaca,
N. Y.

296. RIDOUT MOORE, bp. St. Andrew's Church, Simsbury, Conn., May 25,
1766; m. Rachel (No. 367), dau. of Bildad and Mercy (Forward) Easton, at
Simsbury, June 14, 1784. Mercy was the dau. of Joseph, who was the son of
Samuel and Deborah (Moore) Forward. Ridout lived in Hartland, Conn., where his
wife died and he m. 2d, Vashti, dau. of Joshua and Sarah (Smith) Holcomb of
Granby, Conn., July 15, 1821. She d. July 23, 1857, aged 77 years.

On the 2d Tuesday of Nov., 1821, Vashti Holcomb recovered judgment against
Harvey Holcomb for $50.13 and $8.67 costs of suit. The sheriff levied on a piece of
land in Turkey Hills subject to the dower of Sarah Holcomb, wife of Harvey, which
was appraised at $15 per acre, amounting to $66, which Ridout Moore took in
payment of the debt.

Jan. 11, 1728, Ridout and Vashti recovered judgment against Harvey Holcomb for
$32.50 and $6.23 costs of suit, which was settled by a levy on another piece of land.

March 2, 1826, Ridout bought a piece of land in Turkey Hills of Jeptha and Abraham
Griffin, of 30 acres with dwelling house together with another piece of 2 acres. June
18, 1832, Ridout Moore and his wife sold this property to John O. Pettibone.

Children of Ridout and Rachel (Easton) Moore, b. Hartland, Conn.

730. I. WELLS MOORE, b. --; m. Polly Warner, Southwick, Mass., April
13, 1833.
731. II. * DIADAMIA MOORE, b. Jan. 21, 1793.
732. III. RUTH MOORE, b. --; m. -- Cash; m. 2d, -- Hemingway; no issue.
733. IV. * PLINY MOORE, b. Oct. 27, 1778.
734. V. HARVEY MOORE, b. --.
735. VI. MARY MOORE, b. Jan. 12, 1780; d. Becket, Mass., Aug. 31, 1868;
unmarried.
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297. OLIVER MOORE, bp. St. Andrew's Church, Simsbury, Aug. 14, 1768; m.
Mary Hill. He d. Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 12, 1849, and she d. July 4, 1834. Both
are buried in Montgomery.

They had 4 children, b. probably in Montgomery, Mass.

736. I. * OLIVER MOORE, b. Aug. 19, 1788.
737. II. POLLY MOORE, b. --; m. Anson Hatch. Removed to Ohio.
738. III. * ABNER MOORE, b. Nov. 2, 1798.
739. IV. * IDUMEA MOORE, b. July 24, 1800.

298. SYLVANUS MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., May 14, 1771; m. 1st, Betsey,
dau. of Solomon and Sarah (Landers) Curtis, at Oxford, Chenango Co., N. Y., Dec.
20, 1797. She was b. Spencer, Mass., Dec. 29, 1777, and d. McDonough,
Chenango Co., N. Y., July 28, 1822. He m. 2d, Polly Coville, Dec. 19, 1824, at
McDonough. She d. 1882, 93 years of age. The following is the biographical sketch
of Sylvanus Moore, written by his son Lysander, when 93 years of age: "He was one
of the early settlers of Chenango Co., making the first settlement in the town of
McDonough, emigrating from Simsbury, Conn., in 1795. In Oxford he met Henry W.
Ludlow from New York, who had come here for the purpose of promoting the
settlement of a large tract of land owned by his father in the town. From overtures
made by Mr. Ludlow, among them a promise to speedily erect a sawmill upon the
tract, Mr. Moore concluded to look at the land. He penetrated 5 miles an unbroken
wilderness, following a line of blazed trees before he found a suitable location. He
contracted for two hundred acres in the southeast part of the town and immediately
commenced the work of clearing the land where he lived till he was 81 years old, and
where he was finally buried.

"His wealth consisted of his clothes, an axe and a few shillings in money. With the
latter he procured a few days rations in Oxford and started with a stout heart and an
indomitable will to carve the future history of the Moore family in Chenango Co. He
soon succeeded to the agency of the Ludlow lands in the county on account of the
dissipation of the son. This brought him into prominence with the people of the town
where he successively held all the offices in the gift of the people."

There were 12 children, 8 by the first marriage and 4 by the last. All were b. in
McDonough township, Chenango Co., N. Y.

740. I. * ELIZA T. MOORE, b. March 25, 1799.
741. II. * WILLIAM SANFORD MOORE, b. Oct. 18, 1800.
742. III. * NATHANIEL L. MOORE, b. Feb. 9, 1802.
743. IV. JOSHUA B. MOORE, b. Jan. 15, 1804; d. --, 1828.
744. V. * LYSANDER MOORE, b. Sept. 24, 1805.
745. VI. * CYNTHIA H. MOORE, b. June 15, 1809.
746. VII. * SYLVANUS MOORE, b. June 7, 1812.
747. VIII. * ANDREW J. MOORE, b. Nov. 21, 1814.
748. IX. * MARY E. MOORE, b. Oct. 18, 1825.
749. X. SARAH N. MOORE, b. Dec. 25, 1826; d. Feb. --, 1827.
750. XI. THOMAS L. MOORE, b. Feb. 13, 1828; m. Maria Randal, March 7,
1854. She d. Nov. 7, 1861. M. 2d, (???), Jan. 11, 1866. He is
a carpenter, 51 Catharine St., Utica, N. Y. (1898).
751. XII. * GEORGE H. MOORE, b. Sept. 10, 1830.

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303. OLIVER MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Sept. 21, 1773; m. Betsey Pees (Pease),
Sept. 3, 1803; d. March 29, 1829 (E. Granby Records). The birth of 4 children is
recorded in Granville, Mass.

752. I. SIDNEY MOORE, b. Aug 12, 1804.
753. II. OLIVER MOORE, b. Oct. 13, 1810.
754. III. LUTHER MOORE, b. --.
755. IV. JEROME MOORE, b. --.

304. GRACE MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Jan. 15, 1765; m. Grove Winchell and had
7 children.

756. I. GRACE WINCHELL, b. Feb. 24, 1785; m. Dea. Joseph Stanton.
757. II. GROVE WINCHELL, b. Nov. 29, 1787; d. Aug. 10, 1792.
758. III. NORMAN WINCHELL, b. Oct. 29, 1790; d. Nov. 22, 1798.
759. IV. (???), b. May 22, 1793.
760. V. GROVE WINCHELL, b. Nov. 22, 1795.
761. VI. NORMAN WINCHELL, b. Aug. 31, 1802.
762. VII. LAURA WINCHELL, b. Dec. 20, 1803; m. Leartus Porter. Jan. 17,
1838.

305. GLORIANA MOORE, b. Feb. 25, 1767, at Rainbow, (Windsor) Conn., and m.
March 20, 1789, Edmund, the son of Edward Thompson. She d. Dec. 25, 1852. He was
b. March, 1765; d. Feb. 7, 1833. Both are buried at East Granby.

There were 4 children,

763. I. * EDMUND THOMPSON, b. Granby, Conn., Jan. 22, 1788.
764. II. * LOT THOMPSON, b. April 24, 1792.
765. III. * CHARLES THOMPSON, b. --.
766. IV. * GEORGE W. THOMPSON, b. June 6, 1803.

306. NAHUM MOORE, bp. Granby, Conn., Sept. 12, 1770; d. E. Granby, Oct 8,
1823. He m. Jan. 20, 1792, Theodosia, dau. of Melanchthon and Lorana (Loomis)
Foster. She was b. Oct. 13, 1772; d. Sept. 18, 1827.

There were 7 children, b. Windsor, Conn.

767. I. * HARLOW MOORE, b. July 10, 1792.
768. II. ORSON MOORE, b. Jan. 3, 1794; d. unmarried Jan. 2, 1860.
769. III. RILEY MOORE, b. Feb. 19, 1796; d. April 2, 1816.
770. IV. MARTHA MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1798; d. April 20, 1857; unmarried.
771. V. LORANA MOORE, b. Aug. 19, 1801; m. Rodney Cook, Windsor, Conn.,
March 8, 1825. She d. Feb. 18, 1834, in the state of New York.
772. VI. * HENRY BACON MOORE, b. Oct. 29, 1803.
773. VII. KATHERINE MOORE, b. May 28, 1807; d. Feb. 20, 1808.

309. CLARISSA MOORE, b. Windsor, Conn., March 5 (?), 1785 (she was probably
the twin of her sister, Nabby C. Moore); m. 1st, Joseph, b. April 6, 1784, the son of
Joseph and Rebecca (Rising) Smith of East Windsor, Conn., m. Feb. 14, 1770. He was a
farmer, died in Suffield, Conn,, Nov., 1829. She m. 2d, Bela Spencer, Nov. 27, 1832, a
farmer of Suffield, who d. there in 1856. She d. there in Sept. 1863, aged 78 years. The
Congregational Church of Suffield was built over her grave about 10 years after her
interment.

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Henry Smith, son of John Smith of England, was a minister in England, and came to
Plymouth, Mass., in 1636. His son, Samuel, born 1639, had two sons, Samuel and
Ichabod. Ichabod married in 1692 Mary Huxley of Hadley, Mass. His son, Joseph,
born Jan. 1, 1716, married Dec. 23, 1736, Mary Remington, and had a son Joseph,
who married Feb. 14, 1770, Rebecca Rising.

Clarissa (Moore) Smith had 7 children, all by her 1st husband. It is probable they
were all b. in Suffield, Conn.

774. I. JOSEPH WILLIAM SMITH, b. March 26, 1808. He went West when
a young man.
775. II. * CHAUNCEY SMITH, b. April 4, 1810.
776. III. * GEORGE SMITH, d. Dec. 20, 1812.
777. IV. * CATHERINE SMITH, b. June 9, 1815.
778. V. * THOMAS SMITH, b. Oct. 4, 1818.
779. VI. * ALFRED SMITH, b. Aug. 14, 1821.
780. VII. * CHARLES ANSON SMITH, b. Oct. 4, 1824.

310. ELLAS MOORE, b. Rainbow (Windsor), Conn., in 1780; m. Elizabeth
Pomeroy. She b. 1779; d. at Rainbow, Conn., Sept. 9, 1849. He was a farmer, and
d. at Rainbow, Aug. 19, 1845. Both are buried at E. Granby, Conn.

They had 2 children, b. Rainbow, Conn.

781. I. ELIZA ANN MOORE, b. 1811; d. Oct. 27, 1883; unmarried.
782. II. * WILLIAM POMEROY MOORE, b. Dec. 5, 1814.

312. NABBY CASE MOORE, b. Granby, Conn., March 5 1785; m. Roger, son of
Roger and Tryphena (Wolcott) Filer. (Tryphena m. 1st, -- Allyn.) She was b.
Bloomfield, Conn., July 17, bp. Aug. 2, 1767. He m. 1st, Phebe Meacham. She d.
Feb. 28, 1806, aged 34 years. Roger Filer d. Oct. 29, 1846, 79 years. (Turkey Hills
Church Record). The family lived a part of the time at Rainbow and a part at E.
Granby.

Children of Roger and Nabby Case (Moore) Filer:
783. I. ANSON PRIEST FILER, b. Dec. 7, 1811; m. Sabra Ann Lord, Dec.
3, 1837. He d. Warehouse Point, Conn., June 20, 1871.
784. II. MARY ANN FILER, b. April 11, 1815; m. Oliver Clark (grandson of
No. 74), at St. Andrew's Church, Dec. 4, 1836. She d. E.
Granby, April 11, 1898.
785. III. CHARLES M. FILER, b. March 17, 1819; d. Newbern, N. C., Sept.
16, 1846, where he went to teach.

317. JOEL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., May 25, 1767; m. Sarah Gillett. b. Nov.,
1768, and moved to Canandaigua, N. Y., about 1800. Sarah Gillett was the dau. of
Joab, b. Nov. 6, 1747, who m. Sarah Adams at Turkey Hills, Conn., July 1, 1766.
Joab was son of Jacob, b. Jan. 27, 1726; m. Lydia Phelps, Dec. 15, 1744. Jacob
was son of Isaac Gillett, b. Aug. 2, 1693; m. Elizabeth Griswold, Oct. 29, 1719.
Isaac was son of Nathan Gillett, b. Aug. 17, 1655; m. Rebecca Owen, June 30,
1692. He was the son of Nathan, the immigrant. Joel Moore's history is that of
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of the West when the New England hive began to swarm. He moved with a wagon
drawn by a pair of oxen. The wagon contained all the property he owned besides a
wife and three children, the eldest but 5 years old. He built a log house, cleared the
land, and in a few years owned a cultivated farm of 300 acres in the best part of the
State of New York and had raised and educated a family of 9 children. He d. on the
2d of July, 1821, and his widow Aug. 12, 1829. Both are buried in Canandaigua, N.
Y.

Children:

786. I. * MARTHA (or PATTY) MOORE, b. Jan. 22, 1795.
787. II. CLARISSA MOORE, b. --, 1796; d. 1806.
788. III. * HARRIET MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 20, 1798.
789. IV. * WILLIAM DELA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., May --, 1800.
790. V. JOHN MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 1802.
791. VI. * CYNTHIA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Oct., 1805.
792. VII. * CLARISSA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., June 27, 1807.
793. VIII. * JOEL MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1809.
794. IX. * SARAH MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1812.

318. NATHANIEL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., June 20, 1769. Nathaniel, with his
brothers Joel, Orrin, John and sisters Martha and Elizabeth, removed to the State of
New York from Montgomery, Mass. Joel settled at Canandaigua, Ontario County,
and the others settled in Turin, Lewis County. Nathaniel m. Irena, dau. of Philemon
and Mary (Rogers) Hoadley, in West Turin, N. Y., April 19, 1798. She was b.
Westfield, Mass., May 12, 1779, and d. at West Turin, June 24, 1821. He m. 2d,
Mary Hoadley, sister of his first wife, Jan. 10, 1825. He d. West Turin, N. Y., Dec. 7,
1849. He was of light complexion, blue eyes and 5 feet, 8 1/2 inches in height.

There were 10 children, all b. in West Turin, Lewis Co., N. Y.

795. I. ORPHA MOORE, b. Dec. 14, 1798; d. Jan. 29, 1858.
796. II. HORATIO MOORE, b. Nov. 14, 1800; d. April 8, 1828.
797. III. * JOHN LANSING MOORE, b. Feb. 17. 1803.
798. IV. LOUISA IRENA MOORE, b. Ang, 18, 1805; d. July 6, 1813.
799. V. JULIA ANN MOORE, b. Jan. 7, 1808; m. Rev. Enos French, Oct. 19,
1835; d. March 28, 1839.
800. VI. NATHANIEL MOORE, b. April 9, 1810; d. May 4, 1810.
801. VII. * NATHANIEL W. MOORE, b. Aug. 10, 1811.
802. VIII. MILTON H. MOORE, b. June 30, 1815; d. April 24, 1831.
803. IX. ELMINA LOUISA MOORE, b. Nov. 16, 1817; d. Dec. 9, 1895.

Child by second marriage:

804. X. MARY AMELIA MOORE, b. April 7, 1828; d. July 5, 1829.

319. ORRIN MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Dec. 11, 1771; m. Polly Wheeler, Nov.
30, 1797. She b. March 24, 1777; d. Feb. 8, 1871. He was one of the first highway
commissioners, the first school commissioner and the first assessor in Martinsburg. He
was a Quaker. He d. in Martinsburg, N. Y., July 28, 1826.

There were 8 children, all b. in Martinsburg, Lewis Co., N. Y.
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of the West when the New England hive began to swarm. He moved with a wagon
drawn by a pair of oxen. The wagon contained all the property he owned besides a
wife and three children, the eldest but 5 years old. He built a log house, cleared the
land, and in a few years owned a cultivated farm of 300 acres in the best part of the
State of New York and had raised and educated a family of 9 children. He d. on the
2d of July, 1821, and his widow Aug. 12, 1829. Both are buried in Canandaigua, N.
Y.

Children:

786. I. * MARTHA (or PATTY) MOORE, b. Jan. 22, 1795.
787. II. CLARISSA MOORE, b. --, 1796; d. 1806.
788. III. * HARRIET MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 20, 1798.
789. IV. * WILLIAM DELA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., May --, 1800.
790. V. JOHN MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 1802.
791. VI. * CYNTHIA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Oct., 1805.
792. VII. * CLARISSA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., June 27, 1807.
793. VIII. * JOEL MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1809.
794. IX. * SARAH MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1812.

318. NATHANIEL MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., June 20, 1769. Nathaniel, with his
brothers Joel, Orrin, John and sisters Martha and Elizabeth, removed to the State of
New York from Montgomery, Mass. Joel settled at Canandaigua, Ontario County,
and the others settled in Turin, Lewis County. Nathaniel m. Irena, dau. of Philemon
and Mary (Rogers) Hoadley, in West Turin, N. Y., April 19, 1798. She was b.
Westfield, Mass., May 12, 1779, and d. at West Turin, June 24, 1821. He m. 2d,
Mary Hoadley, sister of his first wife, Jan. 10, 1825. He d. West Turin, N. Y., Dec. 7,
1849. He was of light complexion, blue eyes and 5 feet, 8 1/2 inches in height.

There were 10 children, all b. in West Turin, Lewis Co., N. Y.

795. I. ORPHA MOORE, b. Dec. 14, 1798; d. Jan. 29, 1858.
796. II. HORATIO MOORE, b. Nov. 14, 1800; d. April 8, 1828.
797. III. * JOHN LANSING MOORE, b. Feb. 17. 1803.
798. IV. LOUISA IRENA MOORE, b. Ang, 18, 1805; d. July 6, 1813.
799. V. JULIA ANN MOORE, b. Jan. 7, 1808; m. Rev. Enos French, Oct. 19,
1835; d. March 28, 1839.
800. VI. NATHANIEL MOORE, b. April 9, 1810; d. May 4, 1810.
801. VII. * NATHANIEL W. MOORE, b. Aug. 10, 1811.
802. VIII. MILTON H. MOORE, b. June 30, 1815; d. April 24, 1831.
803. IX. ELMINA LOUISA MOORE, b. Nov. 16, 1817; d. Dec. 9, 1895.

Child by second marriage:

804. X. MARY AMELIA MOORE, b. April 7, 1828; d. July 5, 1829.

319. ORRIN MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Dec. 11, 1771; m. Polly Wheeler, Nov.
30, 1797. She b. March 24, 1777; d. Feb. 8, 1871. He was one of the first highway
commissioners, the first school commissioner and the first assessor in Martinsburg. He
was a Quaker. He d. in Martinsburg, N. Y., July 28, 1826.

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830. I. SUSAN MARTHA MOORE, b. June 22, 1816; d. Nov. 4, 1895; m.
Lyman Litchfield, Jan. 17, 1838; no issue.
831. II. FLAVIEL DUANDLER MOORE, b. Dec. 30. 1819; m. Catharine E.
Anable, Worthington, Mass., Nov. 28, 1844. Address, Watseka,
Ill. No issue.
832. III. FLAVIUS DUANE MOORE, b. Dec. 30, 1819; d. May 30, 1820.
833. IV. REDEXA SPRING MOORE, b. Jan. 22, 1822; d. March 26, 1889; m.
Horatio W. Lyman, Montgomery, Mass, Sept. 10, 1844, no
issue.
834. V. * CATHARINE CYRENE MOORE, b. Nov. 26 1823.
835. VI. * SARAH ANJANETT MOORE, b. April 6, 1827.

Children by second marriage:

836. VII. * FRANCES HARMONY MOORE, b. Dec. 23, 1828.
837. VIII. * LYMAN BLAIR MOORE, b. Nov. 30, 1837.
838. IX. CELIA ELLEN MOORE, b. Oct. 17, 1839; unmarried.
839. X. EMMA ROSELL MOORE, b. March 23, 1845; d. Sept. 21, 1854.

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Parents Fifth Generation,

Children Sixth.

328. ALSON HOSKINS, b. 1762; m. Eunice Thompson and d. Aug. 16, 1826.
Joel Clark was appointed administrator, Sept. 6, 1826. His wife, Eunice Hoskins, d.
Sept. 1, 1814, aged 46 years. He left widow, Charity Hoskins. Estate distributed
Dec. 12, 1827 (Granby Probate Rec.).

Children:

840. I. ALSON HOSKINS, b. 1789: m. Laurana, who d. April 25, 1816, age
25. He d. Oct. 3, 1817 (Granby Rec.).
841. II. EUNICE HOSKINS, b. Jan., 1789; m. Seth Hayes, Sept. 5, 1811.
842. III. ALEXANDER HOSKINS, b. 1792; d. May 3, 1821.
843. IV. MARY HOSKINS, b. --; m. Elihu Drake; d. Oct. 27, 1820.
844. V. JUSTIN HOSKINS, b. --. His wife, Mary, d. Feb., 1827, aged 24.
845. VI. HENRY HOSKINS, b. --.

339. JEHIAL MOORE, b. May 30, 1759; m. Anne (???), and his estate was
distributed, July 4, 1796. There were notes against Benjamin, Sanders, and
Abraham Moore. His property went to his widow and 2 children. He was of
Hartland, Conn.

846. I. ELI MOORE, b. --.
847. II. MALINDA MOORE, b. --.

340. AZUBAH MOORE, b. Oct. 6, 1761; m. Jehial Willcocks, April --, 1779. The
birth of 4 children is recorded in Barkhamstead, Conn. He subscribed to complete
the meeting house there in 1792. He was pensioned in 1818 for services in the army.
He built and operated a sawmill below East River bridge, and moved to Ohio in
1820, where he died.

Children:

848. I. JEHIAL WILLCOCKS, b. July 16, 1781.
849. II. IRA MOORE WILLCOCKS, b. June 21, 1783.
850. III. HIRA WILLCOCKS, b. April 29, 1785.
851. IV. AZUBAH WILLCOCKS, b. July 9, 1787.

345. ROSALINDA MOORE, so baptized at St. Andrew's Church, Simsbury, Nov.
28, 1763; m. Enoch, son of Brewster and Esther (Holcomb) Higley, Oct. 28, 1783.
Enoch Higley was b. Simsbury, Aug. 25, 1754, and became a member of the North
Granby Church, Oct. 8, 1787, his wife joining in 1798. In a transfer of land made by
Job Moore, June 27, 1799, he mentions the "Heirs of Roselinda Higley," but her
gravestone records her death as follows: "Rosannah Higley, wife of Enoch Higley,
died May 10, 1823, Aged 62."

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The record of 5 children has been found. (See The Higleys and Their
Ancestry.)

852. I. ROSALINDA HIGLEY, b. --; m. John Barnes, March 29, 1804.
853. II. HARRIET HIGLEY, b. Sept. 2, 1798; m. Almon Holcomb.
854. III. LUCY HIGLEY, b. May 29, 1800; m. Samuel Weed.
855. IV. CHLOE HIGLEY, b. June 3, 1804.
856. V. BETSEY HIGLEY, b. Nov. 6, 1808.

347. ORIGEN MOORE, b. --, 1767; m. Helen Bacon. April 5, 1837,
Rensselaer Moore sold 3 pieces of land in Turkey Hills that he inherited from
his father, Origen Moore. Aug. 10, 1832, Morgan Moore sold land inherited
from his father, Origen. On both of these transfers it is mentioned that the
property sold is oneseventh part of the inheritance. The widow died before the
settlement of the estate, Sept. 17, 1819. In the settlement a support was set off
for the maintenance of the widow's mother, who is mentioned as Widow
Bacon.

It is supposed there were 7 children.

857. I. RENSSELAER MOORE, b. --.
858. II. MORGAN MOORE, b. --.
859. III. ALMON MOORE, b. --.
860. IV.
861. V.
862. VI.
863. VII.

349. MEHITABLE MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., July 2, 1770; d. March 15,
1822; m. Dec. 4, 1788, Abraham son of Benoni Griffin, b. Simsbury, Feb. 2,
1765.

The birth of 3 children is recorded in Granby, Conn.

864. I. ABRAHAM GRIFFIN, b. Sept. 13, 1790.
865. II. JEPHTHA GRIFFIN, b. July 30, 1792.
866. III. ERASTUS GRIFFIN, b. Dec. 22, 1797.

351. THANKS PHELPS MOORE, b. Norfolk, Conn., Jan. 7, 1763; m. John,
son of David and Hepzibah (Hotchkiss) Moulthrop, Nov. 21, 1796. He was b.
East Haven, Conn., in 1758; enlisted, Nov. 25, 1775, in Capt. Ebenezer Hill's
Company of Col. Charles Webb's Regiment, Connecticut Regulars. He resided
in Baltimore, Md., April 8, 1828, when he applied for and received a pension.
He d. Carlyle, Ill., June 18, 1822.

One child. It is likely there were others.

867. I. * RHODA MOULTHROP, b. --, Brattleboro, Vt.

354. ANDREW MOORE, b. Norfolk, Conn., May 27, 1769; m. Persia
Miller, Jan. 9, 1790. One tradition says he removed to The Holland Purchase
in Western New York, and another that he settled in Ohio, probably on the
Western Reserve.

868. I. Child of Andrew Moore, b. Jan. 1792 (Norfolk, Conn. Rec.)


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355. CHAUNCEY MOORE, b. Norfolk, Conn., June 29, 1771; m. March 15,
1797, Eleanor Pettibone, b. at Lanesboro, Mass., April 17, 1774, and d. at
Middlebury, Vt., Feb. 8, 1858. He d. New Haven, Vt., July 12, 1837. He was a
physician; his diploma, signed by Leveret Hubbard, President of the Connecticut
Medical Society, is dated Sept. 11, 1794.

There were 5 children, b. New Haven, Vt.

869. I. * MARK MOORE, b. March 28, 1799.
870. II. PAMELIA MOORE, b. April 5, 1803; d. Dec. 23, 1806.
871. III. * PAMELIA MOORE, b. March 1, 1807.
872. IV. * CHAUNCEY MOORE, b. Oct. 11, 1809.
873. V. * MINERVA MOORE, b. Nov. 16, 1812.

356. RHODA MOORE, b. Oct. 29, 1773, Norfolk, Conn.; m. Hiram Rublee, res.
New Haven, Vermont. She d. Dec., 1811. He m. 2d, (???).

There were 8 children.

874. I. * LUMAN RUBLEE, b. Aug. 28, 1793.
875. II. NORMAN RUBLEE, b. --.
876. III. ALVIN RUBLEE, b. --; removed to New York State.
877. IV. FRANCIS RUBLEE, b. --.
878. V. BELDEN RUBLEE, b. --; removed to New York State.
879. VI. ALMIRA RUBLEE, b. --; m. -- Hall.
880. VII. JERUSHA RUBLEE, b. --; m. -- Munson.
881. VIII. LAURA RUBLEE, b. --; m. -- Davis.

360. JOSEPH M. FORWARD, b. Simsbury, Conn., Feb. 11, 1759; m. Mary
Owen. He made his will July 18, 1840, and it was probated June 16, 1841.

There were 8 children.

882. I. POLLY FORWARD, b. Nov. 17, 1783. She m. Col. Thaddeus Foote,
a merchant of Southwick, Mass., and d. May, 1828. He m. 2d,
-- Betts.
883. II. ROBERT FORWARD b. --.
884. III. JOSEPH MORTON FORWARD, b. Jan. 22, 1785 (See No. 580).
885. IV. RUTH FORWARD, b. --, 1787; m. Dea. Uzal Rockwell.
886. V. PERLEY FORWARD, b March 4, 1791, Southwick, Mass.; d. Dec.,
1876; unmarried.
887. VI. * PLINY FORWARD, b. --.
888. VII. CATHARINE FORWARD, b. June 5, 1796 (See No. 593).
889, VIII. GEORGE FORWARD, b. --, 1801; d. Southwick, Mass., Dec. 1858.

370. SAMUEL FORWARD, b. Granby, Conn., Nov. 23, 1776; m. in 1795, Abigail,
the dau. of Jonathan and Rachel (Negus) Higley. She was b. Granby, Conn., April 9,
1772, and bp. Oct. 6, 1777. Mr. Forward moved to Stephentown, N. Y., in 1796,
where he lived 3 years and returned to Granby. They moved to Aurora, Ohio, in
1803. Here Mr. Forward taught the first school in the township in a log house in the
winter of 1803-4. He taught for 6 years in the academy at Warren, Ohio; lived in
Auburn, Geauga Co., Ohio, and d. Bazetta, Ohio, Jan. 4, 1835. She d. Brookfield
Ohio, April 15, 1855.

They had 10 children.

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890. I. * ORSEY FORWARD, b. Granby, Conn. Aug. 29, 1795.
891. II. * SEMYRA M. FORWARD, b. Granby, Conn., Oct. 29, 1798.
892. III. LURA FORWARD, b. Granby, Conn., Nov. 17. 1800; m. Eben P.
Haskell; d. Feb. 2, 1876.
893. IV. SAMUEL FORWARD, b. Granby, Conn., Nov. 8, 1802; m. Fidelia M.
Hubbard, Dec. 24, 1846. They lived at Rock Creek, Ashtabula
Co., Ohio, where he d. Feb. 18, 1888.
894. V. JULIA FORWARD, b. Ohio, Aug. 11, 1804; m. Zardis Frost; d. Sept.
10, 1837.
895. VI. JONATHAN FORWARD, b. Ohio, Dec. 7, 1806; d. March 23, 1863.
896. VII. ORLANDO FORWARD, b. Ohio, 180-; d. young.
897. VIII. ROLLIN FORWARD, b. Ohio, April 13, 1809; m. Rachel (???), Lived
near Cincinnati. Had children--Charles, Mary, Martha and
others.
898. IX. SUSAN FORWARD. b. Ohio, June 5, 1811; m. Martin Hadsell; d.
Nov. 7, 1858.
899. X. CHAUNCEY FORWARD, b. Ohio, Dec. 30, 1813; m.; d. Brookfield,
Ohio, March 5, 1873. His family moved to Kansas. (See The
Higleys and Their Ancestry.)

402. ANNA WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1774; m. Capt. Noadiah
Moody, 41st N. Y. Regt., War of 1812. She d. Fulton, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1863. "He was
killed by lightning in his barn yard."

The record of but one child has been obtained.

900. I. * HENRY CHILDS MOODY, b. Feb. 3, 1812.

405. MARY WOODWORTH, b. Stillwater, Saratoga Co., N. Y., Feb. 2, 1781; m. at
Stillwater, Jan. 1, 1796, Dr. Ephraim, son of Capt. Increase and Olive (Pease) Child, b.
Woodstock, Conn., March 17, 1773. He d. Stillwater, N. Y., June 10, 1830, and she at
Syracuse, N. Y., July 18, 1843. Both are buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse, N. Y.
He was a Mason of high degree, a founder of the Saratoga Medical Society and Surgeon
of the 41st Regiment in the War of 1812.

They had 10 children, all b. Stillwater, N. Y.

901. I. ELIZA ANN BLEEKER CHILD, b. May 18, 1799; m. Zalmon Rice,
who d. Lyons, N. Y., July 6, 1844. She d. Syracuse, N. Y.,
Jan. 31, 1891, aged 92. No issue.
902. II. * EPHRAIM CHILD. b. April 10, 1801,
903. III. * ORVILLE WHITMORE CHILD, b. Dec. 27, 1802.
904. IV. * TERESA PEASE CHILD, b. Jan. 25, 1805.
905. V. * NOADIAH MOODY CHILD, b. Dec. 20, 1806.
906. VI. * HENRY DAVIS CHILD, b. Nov, 16, 1808.
907. VII. * HENRIETTA SCHUYLER CHILD, b. Dec. 22, 1810.
908. VIII. MARY ANN HOLLAND CHILD, b. Oct. 16, 1813; m. 1st, Samuel
McCleary, Supt. Public Works, 1831; m. 2d, Jacob Staats of
Louisville, Ky,, 1844. She d. July 4, 1850, interred at Leavenworth,
Ind. No issue.
909. IX. RENETTE WILLARD CHILD, b. Jan. 19, 1817; m. 1st, George O'Blenis,
Syracuse, N. Y.; m. 2d, John W. Pope, a druggist at New
Orleans. She d. April 2, 1882; buried at Elgin, Ill. No issue.
910. X. CAROLINE CANFIELD CHILD, b. Aug. 13, 1821; m. 1st, Capt. Charles
Barger, who d. 1856. She m. 2d, Prof. George M. Gerrish of
San Francisco, who d. 1882. She d. Syracuse, N Y., July 11,
1897. No issue. (See Child Genealogy, pp. 120-2, and Appleton's
Encyclopoedia of Biography and White's National Cyclopoedia
of American Biography.)
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406. JOTHAM BEMUS, b. --. He was a corporal in Lieutenant Colonel Jeremiah
Olney's Regiment of Rhode Island troops; enlisted in Col. Van Schaick's Regiment for
1 year in 1776. He served 6 years, 1 month and 10 days; was discharged by
Washington, Jan. 15, 1783. In 1805 he bought land in the township of Hamburg, Erie
Co., N. Y. He was one of the first grand jury that met west of the Genesee River, in
1803, at Batavia, N. Y. He was in the War of 1812, and d. from sickness contracted
there. He m. Asenath Andress and had 4 daughters.

911. I. LYDIA BEMUS, b. --.
912. II. TRYPHENA BEMUS, b. --.
913. III. ANNIE BEMUS, b. --; m. and lived in Buffalo.
914. IV. SALLIE BEMUS, b. --.

407. WILLIAM BEMUS, b. Feb. 25, 1762; d. at Bemus Point, Chautauqua Co., N.
Y., Jan. 20, 1830. He m. Mary Prendergast, Jan. 29, 1782. She was b. Pawling,
Dutchess Co., N. Y., March 13, 1760; d, July 11, 1845. The family settled at Bemus
Point in 1806.

He had 7 children.

409. SALLY BEMUS, b. May 6, 1768; m. Daniel Crawford, Saratoga Springs,
March 22, 1789; d. June 8, 1865, at Evansville, Ind. She is buried at Saratoga
Springs, beside her husband. He d. 1839, aged 75 years.

They had 8 children.

411. ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., July 16, 1774; m. John
Montgomery, Jan. 15, 1793. He was b. Stillwater, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1766, and d. there
Oct. 18, 1832. In 1832 she removed with her family to Silver Creek, N. Y. She d.
there Sept. 19, 1858.

They had 12 children.

915. I. CHARLES MONTGOMERY, b. Dec. 30, 1793; d. July 14, 1881.
916. II. MARY MONTGOMERY, b. Aug. 13, 1796; d. --, 1879.
917. III. EZEKIEL MONTGOMERY, b. July 24, 1798; d. March 25, 1867.
918. IV. ESTHER MONTGOMERY, b. Sept. 9, 1800; d. Feb. 14, 1872.
919. V. SEYMOUR MONTGOMERY, b. Feb. 21, 1804; d. --, 188-.
920. VI. * JOHN MONTGOMERY, b. March 26, 1806; d. April 12, 1889.
921. VII. HENRY MONTGOMERY, b. Oct. 30, 1808; d. Jan. 23, 1823.
922. VIII. WARREN MONTGOMERY, b. June 12, 1810; d. May 5, 1895.
923. IX. HARVEY MONTGOMERY, b. May 5, 1812; d. Sept. 3, 1843.
924. X. ELIZA MONTGOMERY, b. April 12, 1814; d. --, 1894.
925. XI. ROBERT MONTGOMERY, b. Feb. 15, 1816; d. April 30, 1898.
926. XII. CAROLINE MONTGOMERY, b. June 28, 1819; d. March 27, 1892.

413. GIDEON MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1781; m. Minerva Soulard, at
Bemus Heights. She was b. Aug. 20, 1785, and d. Stillwater, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1844.
He d. Schenectady, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1858, and was buried at Stillwater. Mr. Moore
lived on the home farm at Stillwater. Mrs. Moore was an orphan and lived at Bemus
Heights with an uncle named Cogswell. She had a brother, Edward Soulard, who was
a wealthy merchant in South Carolina.

They had 7 children, all b. in Stillwater, N. Y.

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927. I. SARAH MINERVA MOORE, b. May 4, 1807; d. May 16, 1889; m. 1845
2d wife of David Benedict; no issue.
928. II. * ANN ELIZA MOORE, b. June 11, 1809; d. Jan. 20, 1892.
929. III. * EDWARD MOORE, b. April 19, 1811; d. Aug. 1, 1883.
930. IV. * CHARLES MOORE, b. Dec. 1, 1813.
931. V. * MARIA LIVINGSTON MOORE, b. May 11, 1817; d. Aug. 18, 1860.
932. VI. * MONTGOMERY MOORE, b. July 6, 1819; d. June --, 1885.
933. VII. * BLATCHFORD MOORE, b. Dec. 1, 1827.

414. CHARLES MOORE, b. 1783; d. Northumberland, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1846. He m.
Ursula Rice, b. Clarkson, Monroe Co., N. Y. She d. Feb. 2, 1855.

Children:

934. I. * HENRY RICE MOORE, b. --; m. Ann Eliza Gardner.
935. II. * RANSOM B. MOORE; b. --; m. (???) Church.
936. III. MARY MOORE, b. --; m. S. D. Brower. She d. --.
937. IV. ELIZA MOORE, b. --; d. unmarried.
938. V. * CATHERINE PAINE MOORE, b. --, Northumberland, N. Y.
939. VI. HARRIET MOORE, b. --; m. Walter M. Brower; res. 304 Madison
Ave., Albany, N. Y.

The record of this family is very unsatisfactory, but it is the best that could be got. It is not
likely that the names of the children are arranged in the order of birth.

427. LOIS HIGLEY, b. Jan. 28, 1756; m. July 16, 1772, David Griswold. Both were
members of the old First Church of Turkey Hills.

They had 7 children.

940. I. DAVID GRISWOLD, b. March 22, 1773.
941. II. LOIS GRISWOLD, b. May 4, 1775.
942. III. IRA GRISWOLD, b. May 31, 1777.
943. IV. OLIVER GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 3, 1780.
944. V. HULDAH GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 8, 1782.
945. VI. PLINY GRISWOLD, b. Dec. 27, 1785.
946. VII. CHAUNCEY GRISWOLD, b. Feb. 11, 1787.
(See The Higleys and Their Ancestry, p. 632.)

433. FREDERICK MOORE, b. --; m. Chloe Case in 1808, of Granby, Conn. He
removed from Granville, Mass., to Granville, Ohio, in 1805.

There were 3 children.

947. I. HOMER MOORE, b. --; m. Sarah Minton.
948. II. HULDA MOORE, b. --; unmarried.
949. III. DIANTHA MOORE, b. --; m. -- Pratt.

436. CYRUS KING MOORE, b. Barkhamsted, Conn., July 22, 1786; m. Sarah
Morgan, dau. of (???) and Elizabeth (Russell) Morgan, at Zanesville, Ohio, Jan. 11, 1816.
She was b. Sept. 30, 1793, and d. Granville, Ohio, Oct. 11, 1868. He d. Granville, Ohio,
Aug. 18, 1869. Was a farmer. He moved from Connecticut to Ohio in 1809.


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They had 4 children.

950. I. * ELIZA M. MOORE, b. Granville, Ohio, Sept. 21, 1817.
951. II. * SAMUEL RUSSELL MOORE, b. Granville, Ohio, June 8, 1819.
952. III. LUCY MELISSA MOORE, b. Granville, Ohio, Nov. 16, 1829; m. David
Partridge at Granville, Sept. 21, 1848; d. Alexandria, Ohio, Nov.
20, 1855.
953. IV. * NIRA ANN MOORE, b. Granville, Ohio, Aug. 24, 1837.

443. JARVIS MOORE, b. Canaan, Conn., (???), 1800. He m. Orra, dau. of Chester
and Harriet (Wilson) Roberts, Feb. 23, 1826. His death, Jan. 17, 1848, aged 48, and
the death of 5 children, is recorded in the Simsbury Records.

954. I. Son, b. 1827; d. 1836, aged 9 years.
955. II. Infant, b. 1828; d. 1828.
956. III. Dau., b. 1829; d. 1836, aged 7 years.
957. IV. Child, b. 1835; d. 1836, aged 1 year.
958. V. Child, b. 1838; d. 1841, aged 3 years.

445. CHESTER NORRIS MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Feb. 16, 1807; m. Nov. 27,
1828, Esther Maria, dau. of Joseph and Esther (Roberts) Goodwin of Bloomfield,
Conn. Joseph Goodwin was b. Dec. 19, 1764; d. Feb. 9, 1844. A farmer and member
of the Legislature of 1813. Esther (Roberts) Goodwin d. Sept. 21, 1818, aged 39.
Esther M. was b. Sept. 5, 1809; d. March 16, 1883. Mr. Moore removed to Delaware
Co., Ohio, about 1836, returning to Connecticut in 1843; d. at Bloomfield, July 30,
1866.

Child.

959. I. * NORRIS COLLINS MOORE, b. Feb. 2, 1830.

446. MARY MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 11, 1756; m. Levi Gillett. The
Probate records of Hampshire County, Mass., show he made his will April 10, 1802,
which was proved July 5, 1809. He was b. 1753; d. May 14, 1809. She d. Southwick,
Mass., Dec. 23, 1836. The property went to the widow Molly, and 5 children.

960. I. LEVI GILLETT, b. --.
961. II. TRUMAN GILLETT, b. --.
962. III. LUCY GILLETT, b. --.
963. IV. POLLY GILLETT,, b. --.
964. V. VINA GILLETT, b. --.

447. LOUISA MOORE, b. June 12, 1757; m. Oliver Gillett. They lived and died in
Poolville, Madison County, N. Y.

They had 6 children.

965. I. * OLIVER GILLETT, b. 1780; d. 1852.
966. II. LYMAN GILLETT, b. 1791; d. 1874.
967. III. SETH GILLETT, b. 1803.
968. IV. HOMER GILLETT, b. --.
969. V. LAURA GILLETT, b. --.
970. VI. LOUISA GILLETT, b. --.

449. GROVE MOORE, b. Granby, Conn., March 2, 1761; m. Polly (Mary) Buel, b.
New Haven, Conn., Feb. 2, 1764; dau. of

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Abel Buel of Killingworth. Mr. Moore was an early settler of East Rupert, Vermont,
and a prominent citizen. He was in the Vermont Legislature for two years, and for
many years Judge of Probate of his county. His wife d. Feb. 16, 1814. He m. 2d,
Ruth Harmon Blackmer, dau. of Reuben and Ruth (Rising) Harmon, widow of Dr.
Jonathan Blackmer of South Dorset, Vt. Judge Moore d. Rupert, Vt., Nov. 9, 1837.

There were 15 children, by the first marriage, all b. Rupert, Vt.

971. I. JOHN BUEL MOORE, b. Feb. 25, 1788; d. April 14, 1789.
972. II. LAURA MOORE, b. Oct. 10, 1789; d. Aug. 1, 1791.
973. III. * HENRY BUEL MOORE, b. Jan. 20, 1791.
974. IV. POLLY MOORE, b. March 9, 1792; d. Aug., 1792.
975. V. * MARIA MOORE, b. May 27, 1793.
976. VI. * DARIUS MOORE, b. Jan. 6, 1795.
977. VII. * JOHN MOORE, b. March 6, 1796;
978. VIII. * GROVE MOORE, b. April 27, 1797.
979. IX. LAURA MOORE, b. Dec. 16, 1798; m. Gordon B. Southworth; d.
June 8, 1882; no issue.
980. X. POLLY MOORE, b. April 3, 1800; m. Stephen Potter, M. D.; d. July
29, 1823.
981. XI. * ASA B. MOORE, b. Dec. 21, 1801.
982. XII. * ABEL BUEL MOORE, b. May 13, 1803.
983. XIII. Infant daughter, b. May 7, 1804; d. same day.
984. XIV. ELIZA MOORE, b. Jan. 30, 1808; m. 1st, I. B. Baker; 2d, Lyman
Sykes, 1870; d. Nov. 26, 1882.
985. XV. * ALBERT MOORE, b. Dec. 22, 1809.

450. URANIA MOORE, b. Feb. 1763; m. Capt. Dan. Dibble of Granby. Both are
buried at Salmon Brook, Conn. Their headstones bear the following inscriptions:

"In Memory of Capt. Dan. Dibble--a soldier of the Revolution--who died Nov. 23,
1834, aged 73 years." "Lurana, wife of Dan. Dibble, died Feb. 27, 1842, aged 79."

It is said that Mr. Dibble enlisted in the army when he was 17, and served to the end
of the War. No birth record of his children has been found.

The following is taken from the North Granby Church Records:
986. I. Dau. of Dan Dibble; d. Nov. 6, 1798, bleeding, age 13.
987. II. Son of Capt. Dan Dibble; d. Nov. 10, 1813, aged 9.
988. III. POLLY DIBBLE; m. Rufus Case, Dec. 17. 1807.
989. IV. PHILURA DIBBLE; m. Moses Tibbets, Jan. 15, 1818; m. 2d, --
Cooley.
990. V. JAMES M. DIBBLE; m. Jerusha Spring, Jan. 9, 1822.
991. VI. RILEY DIBBLE; m. Maria Spring. Nov. 16, 1826.
992. VII. CALVIN DIBBLE; m. (???).

It is possible Calvin was the oldest of these children, and it is probable that the others
are not arranged in the order of their birth.

451. LOIS MOORE, b. Feb. 8, 1765; m. 1st, Aaron Rising and after his death, m.
2d, Reuben Nash at Dorset, Vermont, Feb., 1797. He was son of Capt. Isaac and
Elizabeth (Abbott) Nash, who was mortally wounded at Bennington, and d. Aug. 16,
1777. Mr. Nash d. Hanover, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., July 14, 1846.


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His widow d. there May 17, 1853. By her 2d marriage, Lois became the step-mother of 6
children, the eldest but 7 years old. She was the only mother these children ever knew. Her
granddaughter says of her, "She was of medium size, brown hair and blue eyes--a beautiful
woman. Was a faithful Christian and amiable in all her ways." Lois had no children.

Children of Reuben and Abigail (Woodward) Nash, all b. Benson, Vt.:

I. ELIZABETH NASH, b. July 16, 1790; m. David Watson, Nov. 1, 1807.
II. ABIGAIL NASH, b. July 16, 1790; m. Benoni Ladd, Sept. 6, 1813.
III. REUBEN NASH, b. Nov. 22, 1791; m. Harriet Howard about 1814.
IV. SOPHIA NASH, b. Sept. 28, 1793; m. Henry Bosworth, Oct. 8, 1820.
V. HARRIET NASH, b. Nov. 19, 1794; m. John Kellogg, Sept. 27, 1812.
VI. LEVI NASH, b. July 6, 1796; m. Abigail Howard, Oct. 12, 1820.

455. ZOPHER MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., Nov. 13, 1773; m. Jemima Scott,1 June 12,
1799. She b. May 10, 1777; d. Virgil, Courtland Co., N. Y., Nov. 29, 1850, and he d. at
Homer, same county, Nov. 24, 1853. Both are buried at Virgil. In 1805 Mr. Moore, with
his wife and two children, moved to Virgil. The entire town of 10 miles square contained at
that time but 350 inhabitants. For nearly 30 years he was one of the leading physicians of
the place. In 1808 he was appointed postmaster of the only office in the town, which
continued to be the only one for 17 years. He built and kept the first hotel--The Bunker Hill
House. Later in life he studied law and became an able advocate among the country
lawyers of New York. He finally bought a small farm where he lived for several years, but
at last he disposed of that and went to Homer where he died, while living with his son,
Grove Gillett Moore.

There were 8 children, all but the 1st and 2d b. in Virgil, Courtland Co., N. Y.

993. I. * GEORGE WASHINGTON MOORE, b. May 26, 1801, 5 P. M.
994. II. * MARY AURILLA MOORE, b. Hamilton, Madison Co., N. Y., May
29, 1803, 5 P. M.
995. III. FLORA JEMIMA MOORE, b. March 14, 1807, 10 P. M.; d. May 9, 1823.
996. IV. * SALLY JULIA MOORE, b. July 22, 1809, 8 A. M.
997. V. * LUCY CORNELIA MOORE, b. Nov. 24, 1811, 5 A. M.
998. VI. * GROVE GILLETT MOORE, b. Feb. 18, 1814, 7 A. M.
999. VII. * LURA DULCY MOORE, b. Sept. 5, 1816, 11 A. M.
1000. VIII. * ZOPHER CHARLES MOORE, b. May 26, 1819, 12:30 A. M.

457. SETH MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., April 5, 1779; m. Rhoda Spear at Rupert,
Vermont, Oct. 10, 1799. She was b. in Canada, 1781, and d. at Rupert, Aug. 17, 1868.
He d. at Rupert, Dec. 31, 1858. He held several town offices, was a representative in the
Vermont Legislature, and was captain of a company in the 2d Regiment, 1st Brigade and
2d Division of the Vermont Militia. He was a member of the Congregational Church.


1 Another authority says Follet.


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PIONEER NEBRASKAN PASSES.

Last Saturday afternoon at six o'clock, May 4th 1918, at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Case. in South Omaha, occurred the death of Nelson Moore
at the advanced age of 88 years and 22 days.

Mr. Moore was born in Fredona, Chautauqua county, New York Apr. 12,
1830. From New York he went to Minnesota at the age of 22 years. After
spending three years there he went to Strawberry Point, Clayton county, Iowa.
There he was united in marriage to Cynthia S. Gardner, March 1. 1860. On
April 26, of the same year Mr. and Mrs. Moore started from Iowa to Pikes
Peak, Colo. From that year until 1867 Mr. Moore worked for the government
as a freighter from Omaha to Pikes Peak.

After leaving this work Mr. and Mrs. Moore returned to Iowa and resided
there in Delaware county, until April 21, 1888, when they moved to Coleridge,
Nebr. They resided here until the year of 1909, when they moved to
University Place, Nebr. In 1912 they went to Havelock, Nebr., and remained
there until recently when they went to visit their daughter, Mrs. Case, in
Omaha where he died.

Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Moore, five of whom died in their
infancy, while his wife and five children have survived.

The children now living are Mrs. Flora Starks, of DesMoines, Iowa; Mrs.
Hazen Case of Omaha, Nebr.; Mrs. Pe??cie Lampshire of Hordville Nebr.;
Check C. Moore of Sioux City, Iowa; and Guy G. Moore of Coleridge,
Nebraska.

Besides these children there are ten grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Mr. Moore had enjoyed exceptionally good health until about two years ago
when he suffered a stroke of paralysis after which he never regained his former
health. He had another stroke April 4, which caused his death.

The remains were brought to Coleridge for interment in the Coleridge
cemetery and services were held at the home of G. G. Moore on Tuesday
afternoon, Rev. Cooter of the Presbyterian church, in charge.

In the passing of Nelson Moore came the end to a sterling, rugged and
pronounced character. He was one of the pioneers of the west and saw and
held his own among the rough and ready men of a vigorous period. His father,
King Moore, was a record gunner in the Third Continental artillery, one of the
most honored branches in the con flict with the famous red jackets. So Nels
Moore was one of the very few if not the only living son of a revolutionary war
soldier at the time of his death and was a member of the Sons of the
Revolution at Lincoln. He remembered many interesting stories of the
revolution told him by his father.

The plains life was a dangerous one back in 1859 as there was always danger
from the Indians and little less danger from the elements Mr. Moore was in a
three days' blizzard at Salt Creek, near Lincoln, in April, 1859, where he
survived with difficulty. For seven years he drove a freighter from Omaha to
Pike's Peak, making three trips a year, during which period Mrs. Moore made
her home at Nebraska City.

Always an active man, Mr. Moore had his share of ups and downs, and at
different times in his life was possessed of much wealth. But whether up or
down he was always the same, indifferent and confident in his ability to care
for himself. He was a typical pioneer.

While all knew that he had long passed the period of man's earthly sojourn of
three score years and ten and that the flesh could not much longer hold his
indominable spirit yet it was with distinct regret that the old Coleridge friends
learned that the end had come and that the soul of Nels Moore had started on
another pilgrimage into the unknown west, toward another Pike's Peak of
hope and among "diggings" of such nuggets as buy immortal desires.

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There were 6 children, all b. Rupert, Vt.

1001. I. * MERRITT MOORE, b. Dec. 31, 1800.
1002. II. * CALVIN MOORE, b. Sept. 14, 1803.
1003. III. * SALOME MOORE, b. March 2, 1805.
1004. IV. * BRADLEY MOORE, b. Aug. 16, 1806.
1005. V. * RHODA MOORE, b. Feb. 1, 1808.
1006. VI. * SETH MOORE, b. Sept. 20, 1809.

461. KING MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., May 18, 1762; d. Fredonia, N. Y., in
1837. He m. 1st, Rebecca Mitchell, published West Springfield, Mass., Oct. 19, 1783.
By his first marriage he had 3 children, who lived near Waukegan, Ill. She d. before
1815. He m. 2d, Susan, dau. of Samuel and Abigail (Phelps) Tarbox. Mr. Moore was a
farmer and served in the army of the Revolution.

There were 12 children.

1007. I. LOUISA MOORE, b. --; m. -- Clark. Removed to California.
1008. II. * ELIZABETH (or BETSEY) MOORE, b. --; m. Benjamin Styles.
1009. III. ALFRED MOORE, b. --; lived at Badax, Wis.

Children by second marriage:

1010. IV. JAMES MOORE, b. --; lived at Freeport, Ill.
1011. V. * WILLIAM MOORE, b. --, 1816.
1012. VI. * CHARLES MOORE, b. Oneida Co., N. Y., Nov. 4, 1821.
1013. VII. * REUBEN MOORE, b. Aug. 6, 1825.
1014. VIII. REBECCA MOORE, b. --; m. -- Marshall.
1015. IX. JANE MOORE, b. --; m. Philetus Eaton. She had dau. Flora, who
m. -- Hurlbut and lives at Wauwatosa, Wis.
1016. X. * NELSON MOORE, b. Laona, N. Y., April 12, 1830.
1017. XI. CYNTHIA MOORE, b. --; m. Nathaniel Frank.
1018. XII. * HENRY MOORE, b. June 23, 1836, Arkwright Center, N. Y.

462. WILLIAM MOORE, b. Aug. 13, 1764; m. Sarah (???), b. Dec. 17, 1767.

The birth of 5 children is recorded in Barkhamsted, Conn.

1019. I. CHARLOTTE MOORE, b. July 1, 1785.
1020. II. WILLIAM MOORE, b. Dec. 13, 1787.
1021. III. RUSSELL MOORE, b. April 3, 1790.
1022. IV. SALLY MOORE, b. March 27, 1792.
1023. V. BETSEY MOORE, b. Aug. 30, 1794.

464. THEODOSIA MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., April 23, 1769; m. Hosea Nelson,
who d. Litchfield, N. Y., in 1834. She d. Oct. 14, 1860, and is buried at Busti, N. Y.

There were 7 children, b. in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., N. Y.

1024. I. ROGER SHERMAN NELSON, b. --; m. --; had 11 children.
1025. II. ANSON NELSON, b. --; m. --; had 5 children.
1026. III. * THEODOSIA NELSON, b. --.
1027. IV. * JULIUS C'SAR NELSON, b. 1793.
1028. V. SOPHIA NELSON, b. --.
1029. IV. * NORMANDUS NELSON, b. 1798; m. Prudence Bushnell, 1823; had
10 children.
1030. VII. HORATIO NELSON, b. --, Litchfield, N. Y.; moved to Chautauqua
Co., 1800.

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469. JOEL MOORE, bp. at Turkey Hills, Feb. 17, 1771; m. Charlotte, dau. of Raymond
Bosworth. Both d. at Montgomery, Mass.

They had 7 children.

1031. I. OMER MOORE, b. --.
1032. II. CHARLOTTE M. MOORE, b. --; m. Chester Childon.
1033. III. TRUMBULL E. MOORE, b. --; m. -- Searls.
1034. IV. EUNICE P. MOORE, b. --.
1035. V. * MILTON M. MOORE, b. --, 1795; m. Martha Wood.
1036. VI. FREDERICK MOORE, b. --.
1037. VII. ZADOCK MOORE, b. --.

470. GUY MOORE, bp. at St. Ann's Church, Salmon Brook, Simsbury, Sept. 5, 1773; d.
Montgomery, Mass., Nov. 18, 1840. He m. Hannah, the dau. of Aaron and Zipporah
(Clark) Parks at Montgomery, Nov. 19, 1795. She was b. Westfield, Mass., Sept. 20,
1772, and d. Montgomery, in June, 1858. He was a farmer.

They had 11 children.

1038. I. HANNAH MOORE, b. June 14, 1796; m. John Howard, Jan. 19, 1818.
They lived near Fredonia, N. Y., and had several children.
Afterwards moved to Corry, Pa.
1039. II. HORACE MOORE, b. Oct. 5, 1797; d. Nov. 10, 1812.
1040. III. WARREN MOORE, b. Feb. 4, 1799; m. Polly Shurtliff, Oct. 15, 1818.
1041. IV. * AARON P. MOORE, b. June 8, 1801; m. Phebe Clapp, Jan. 26, 1823.
1042. V. * WARHAM MOORE, b. Nov. 26, 1802.
1043. VI. * APOLLOS MOORE, b. Nov. 1, 1804.
1044. VII. * ZIPPORAH MOORE, b. July 29, 1806; m. Calvin Pomeroy, Jan. 27,
1824.
1045. VIII. * JULIUS MOORE, b. March 20, 1808.
1046. IX. * AMANDA MOORE, b. April 20, 1810; m. William Squire, March 30,
18--.
1047. X. HIRAM MOORE, b. Feb. 12, 1812; m. Emily Tuttle, Nov. 11, 1837.
1048. XI. HORACE MOORE, b. Feb. 26, 1815. He was a dry goods and silverware
pedler. Was never heard of after 1836; supposed to have
been murdered.

473. KETURAH MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Feb. 16, 1778; m. William Churchill in
Litchfield, Conn., Dec. 24, 1800. He d. Sept. 10, 1828. It is not positively known that this
is our Keturah, but it has been decided to chance it.

There were 11 children, b. Litchfield, Conn.

1049. I. SALLY CHURCHILL, b. April 26, 1802.
1050. II. DAVID MOORE CHURCHILL, b. Sept, 26, 1804.
1051. III. ALMIRA CHURCHILL, b. Dec. 3, 1806.
1052. IV. EUNICE CHURCHILL, b. Dec. 27, 1808.
1053. V. KETURAH JULIA CHURCHILL, b. Aug, 18, 1811.
1054. VI. EMELIA CHURCHILL, b. April 22, 1813.
1055. VII. LUCY CHURCHILL, b. Sept. 7, 1816.
1056. VIII. SAMUEL BUEL CHURCHILL, b. Aug. 3, 1818; d. March 2, 1819.
1057. IX, MARIA BUEL CHURCHILL, b. Jan. 5, 1821.
1058. X. ASHBEL WESSELS CHURCHILL, b. Jan. 28, 1823.
1059. XI. CHLOE ELIZABETH CHURCHILL, b. Sept. 21, 1827.

488. JESSE MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., July 29, 1788; d. Dec. 8, 1860; m. Cynthia,
dau. of Luther and Alargere (Huxley)

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Trumbull, Feb. 11, 1809. She was b. Feb. 23, 1789, and d. Richford, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1861.
Both are buried at Caroline, N. Y. He was a farmer.

They had 9 children.

1060. I. * JESSE M. MOORE, b. Feb. 16, 1810.
1061. II. * LEVI T. MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1811.
1062. III. LAURISTON MOORE, b. Dec. 25, 1813; d. Oct. 10, 1865.
1063. IV. * SALLY MOORE, b. Sept. 25, 1816.
1064. V. * RICHARD MOORE, b. Groton, N. Y., Oct. 19, 1818.
1065. VI. * MARIA MOORE, b. Oct. 28, 1819.
1066. VII. LUCY MOORE, b. Dec. 11, 1824: d. Oct. 6, 1825.
1067. VIII. * AMANDA MOORE, b. Nov. 2, 1827.
1068. IX. * CYNTHIA MOORE, b. Aug. 16, 1829.

500. FIDELIA HOLCOMB, b. Granby, Conn., Aug. 8, 1795; m. Chester, son of Obadiah
and Ahinoam (Holcomb) Hayes, b. Granby, Conn., March 12, 1792. He d. at Harwinton,
Conn., Nov. 22, 1876. They were m. in Granby, Oct. 24, 1815, and she d. there Nov. 17,
1843. He m. 2d, Sally Betsey Logan, Oct. 8, 1844, and d. at Harwinton, Conn., Nov. 22,
1876.

There were 9 children, all by 1st marriage and all b. Granby, Conn.

1069. I. * LUCELIA EMILIA HAYES, b. Sept. 25, 1816.
1070. II. * ELMINA FIDELIA HAYES, b. March 11, 1819.
1071. III. * CHESTER ALONZO HAYES, b. May 2, 1821.
1072. IV. HARRIET ELIZABETH HAYES, b. July 5, 1823; d. April 22, 1824.
1073. V. CATHERINE ELIZABETH HAYES, b. July 24, 1827; d. April 16, 1849.
1074. VI. ANN MARIA HAYES, b. June 1, 1829; d. Dec. 29, 1845.
1075. VII. * MARTHA PAULINA HAYES, b. May 23, 1831.
1076. VIII. * SUSAN JANE HAYES, b. Sept. 1, 1834.
1077. IX. MILO EMERSON HAYES, b. June 18, 1841.

524. MARIA PAULINA ATKINS, b. Feb. 1, 1781; m. Dec. 22, 1805, Josiah Alford, Jr.,
b. Nov. 9, 1771; d. Geneva, Ohio, Oct. 1, 1851. He was son of Josiah and Martha (Phelps)
Alford.

Children:
1078. I. LUCIUS JOSIAH ALFORD, b. July 18, 1807; d. Sept. 11, 1839; unmarried.
1079. II. ELIZA MARIA ALFORD, b. Oct. 5, 1809; d. 1875 or '80; unmarried.
1080. III. MARTHA ROXANA ALFORD, b. April 18, 1813; d. Aug. 4, 1856,

525. QUINTUS FLAMINIUS ATKINS, b. May 10, 1782; d. at Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 23,
1859; m. at Morgan, Ohio, Feb. 22, 1804, Sarah (or Sally) Wright, b. Colebrook, Conn.,
April 16, 1784; d. Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 27, 1853. She was dau. of Capt. John and Sarah
(Case) Wright.

Children:
1081. I. EMILY ATKINS, b. 1804 or '05, at Morgan, Ohio; d. Geneva, Ohio,
May 7, 1841; m at Jefferson, Ohio, Col. George Turner, b.
Montville, Conn. Both d. and are buried at Geneva, where their
children--2 sons and 4 daughters--were b. and where 2 daughters
d. in infancy.
1082. II. SARAH LOUISA ATKINS, b. Lower Sandusky, Ohio, Oct. 16, 1806;
d. Cleveland, Ohio, July 21, 1852; m. Hon. Edward Wade, of
Cleveland; no issue.
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1083. III. STELLA MARIA ATKINS, b. Morgan, Ohio, Oct. 12, 1808; d. Saginaw,
Mich., Dec. 8, 1882; m. at Jefferson, Ohio, Harvey Russell
Gaylord; b. Harpersfield, N. Y., July 25, 1805; d. Saginaw,
Mich., Dec. 6, 1883. He was a lineal descendant of William
and Mary (Walter) Gaylord, who came in The Mary and John
in 1630. Harvey Russell and Stella Maria (Atkins) Gaylord had
5 sons and 4 daughters. The eldest dau. was Marcia Ophelia
Gaylord, b. Dec. 31, 1832, at Jefferson, Ohio; m. Feb. 25, 1857,
at Geneva, Ohio, Melvin Nelson Fowler, b. Livingston, N. Y.,
July 18, 1831; 3 children.
1084. IV. OPHELIA ATKINS, b. Morgan, Ohio, May 9, 1810; d. Emmettsburg,
Iowa, March 25, 1888; m. Jefferson, Ohio, May 25, 1837, Manley
Bostwick, M. D., a prominent physician of Toledo, Ohio., who
was b. at Tully, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1810; d. Cleveland, Ohio, April
27, 1849; 1 dau. and 2 sons.
1085. V. HORATIO NELSON ATKINS, b. about 1812-13; d. in infancy.
1086. VI. FLORA ATKINS, b. Jefferson, Ohio, June 4, 1815; d. Portville, N. Y.,
June 3, 1850; m. at Olean, N. Y., Sept. 24, 1839, Wm. F.
Wheeler, b. June 13, 1811, at Hancock, N. Y.; d. Portville,
N. Y., June 6, 1892; 1 dau. and 2 sons, also 2 children d. young.
He m. 2d, Marilla Clark and had 1 dau. by 2d marriage.
1087. VII. HELEN ATKINS, b. Jefferson, Ohio, May 20, 1817; d. Cleveland,
Ohio, Dec. 8, 1839; unmarried.
1088. VIII. MARY ATKINS, b. Jefferson, Ohio, July 7, 1819; d. Benicia, California,
Sept. 14, 1882; m. Cleveland, Ohio, March 8, 1869, Major
John Lynch of New Orleans, La., b. Ireland, Feb. 1, 1825; d.
Berkeley, California, June 14, 1900. Mary Atkins, was his 2d wife.
No children by this marriage. Major Lynch m. 1st at Rochester,
Ohio, Nov, 9, 1850, Mary Almira Conant, b. Becket, Mass., April
5, 1826; d. Cobden, Ill., March 11, 1865.
1089. IX. MARTHA ATKINS, b. Jefferson, Ohio, July 21, 1821; d. Tabor, Iowa,
July 20, 1888; m. at Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1844, Rev. John
Todd, b. Hanover, Pa., Nov. 10, 1818; d. Tabor, Iowa, Jan. 31,
1894. He was son of Capt. James Todd of West Hanover, Pa.
Three sons and 5 daughters.1
1090. X. BERTHA ATKINS, b. Jefferson, Ohio, Nov. 5, 1823; d. Cleveland,
Ohio, Aug. 14, 1900; m. at Olean, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1845, Frederick
Judson, b. Clinton, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1816; d. Bay City, Mich.,
1893. 4 sons and 2 daughters.
1091. XI. QUINTUS CURTIUS ATKINS, b. Jefferson, Ohio, about 1825; d. in
infancy.
1092. XII. ARTHUR ROLLIN HEBER ATKINS, b. Jefferson, Ohio, July 18, 1829;
d. Chicago, Ill., Aug. 12, 1884. Capt. Atkins m. at Chicago,
May 5, 1853, Corinna Fitzgibbon, b Jan. 24, 1831, dau. of
Edmond Fitzgibbon. 4 daughters and 2 sons.

1 Mrs. Martha Atkins Todd copied the family record of Lieut. Timothy and Rachel
(Moore) Phelps from their family Bible as given on page 12. The record was made by
Lieut. Phelps and his daughter Ruth, the wife of Capt. Zaccheus Gillett. In 1847, this
Bible was in the possession of Rev. Zara Norton, Clarksfield, Ohio.


562. ZIBEA MOORE, b. Dec. 15, 1768; bp. M. E. Church, Southwick, Mass., April 6,
1769; d. Southwick, Mass., (?) Jan. 6, 1825; m. Simeon Merritt, the son of Solomon
Cushman, March, 1787. He was b. Oct. 6, 1766; d. Middlefield, Mass., Sept. 19, 1843.
He was a captain in the Militia.

There were 12 children., b. Southwick, Mass.

1093. I. * ABIEL CUSHMAN, b. Oct. 30, 1788.
1094. II. JERUSHA CUSHMAN, b. Oct. 24, 1790; m. 1st, James Merritt of
Barkhamsted and had 2 children; m. 2d, Thomas Frasier, of
Brooklyn, N. Y.; no issue; d. Sept. 5, 1828.


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1095. III. PHILURA CUSHMAN, b. Oct. 15, 1792; m. Nelson French, of Southwick,
Mass., 1812; d. Aug., 1815, without issue.
1096. IV. * SIMEON MERRITT CUSHMAN, b. March 1, 1795.
1097. V. * MILTON CUSHMAN, b. April 14, 1797.
1098. VI. An infant, b. and d. Jan. 22, 1799.
1099. VII. PAMELIA CUSHMAN, b. March 7, 1800; m. Curtis Warner, West
Suffield, Nov. 2, 1824; 3 children.
1100. VIII. SOLOMON CUSHMAN, b. June 22, 1802; d. Oct., 1803.
1101. IX. * SOLOMON CUSHMAN (Rev.), b. July 28, 1804.
1102. X. THANKFUL PHILURA CUSHMAN, b. April 8, 1807; m. Daniel Higgins,
Chester, Mass., Dec. 23, 1825; no issue.
1103. XI. CLARISSA CUSHMAN, b. Dec. 17, 1809; m. Barney Prentice, March
28, 1830, Worthington, Mass. Removed from Goshen to Medina,
Ohio, 1838; 4 children.
1104. XII. EUNICE HARMONY CUSHMAN, b. May 7, 1814; m. Phineas Prentice.
She had 4 children, and d. Nov. 22, 1845.
(See Cushman Genealogy.)

565. CYNTHIA MOORE, b.--, 1781; m. April 1, 1811 (second wife) Simeon, son of
Nathan and Abigail (Herrick) Leonard. He d. Hinsdale, Mass., April 9, 1840, and she in
Granby, Conn., March 6, 1876, aged 95 years.

There were 7 children by the first marriage and 2 by the second.

1105. VIII. * MILTON DUANE LEONARD, b. Dec. 27, 1813.
1106. IX. * LEWIS D. LEONARD, b. Middlefield, Mass., Dec. 23, 1820.
(See Solomon Leonard and His Descendants.)

570. MARY REED, b. Granby, Conn., Aug. 18, 1770; m. Increase, son of Reuben
Holcomb, June 2, 1789. She d. Feb. 10, 1848. He was b. Simsbury, Conn., Jan. 31, 1741,
and d. Granby, Conn., Dec. 4, 1836.

They had 5 children, b. Granby, Conn.

1107. I. HOMER MOORE HOLCOMB, b. Feb. 1, 1791; d. Feb. 17, 1832.
1108. II. * MELISSA HOLCOMB, b. July 25, 1793.
1109. III. CURTIS HOLCOMB, b. March 26, 1795; d. Jan. 15, 1829; m. Betsey
(???), March 1, 1831.
1110. IV. MARYETTE HOLCOMB, b. Jan. 26, 1801; m. Sylvester Noble, June
22, 1821; d. April 8, 1893.
1111. V. CAROLINE HOLCOMB, b. Feb. 27, 1804; m. Levi Buttles, 1843; d
Oct. 14, 1873.

573. MARTIN REED, b. April 16, 1775; d. June 24, 1843. He m. Bernice Kendall,
Granby, Conn., March 23, 1798. She b. Oct. 18, 1778, and d. Oct. 22, 1855.

They had 8 children, b. Granby, Conn.

1112. I. * WILLIS REED, b. Feb. 2, 1800.
1113. II. * POLLY REED, b. March 23, 1805.
1114. III. * WILSON REED, b. Sept. 30, 1806.
1115. IV. EMMA REED, b. Feb. 20, 1809; d. April 7, 1884; m. Stephen Cornell,
Sept. 2, 1832.
1116. V. JANE REED, b. March 27, 1810; d. July 15, 1827.
1117. VI. SUSAN REED, b. June 7, 1813; d. March 13, 1895.
1118. VII. * WILLIAM REED, b. April 21, 1815.
1119. VIII. WILBERT REED, b. Aug. 2, 1818; d. July 27, 1819; drowned in tub
of whey.
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577. STARLING REED, b. Granby, Conn., July 3, 1783; m. Patty Cooley, May 21,
1806.

The record of but 1 child has been found.

1120. I. * DENNIS S. REED, b. Granby, Conn. Oct. 4, 1811.

578. ALLEN REED, b. Granby, Conn., 1785, and m. Sylvia Haynes. Both d. and are
buried at Vernon, Trumbull Co., Ohio. She was the dau. of Asa and Mary (Fuller)
Haynes.

They had 7 children, all b. Granby, Conn.

1121. I. MARY ANN REED, b. Dec. 11, 1811; m. James S. Allen, Vernon,
Ohio, March 13, 1834; d. Jan. 21, 1887.
1122. II. EDMUND REED, b. Oct. 28, 1813; d. Sept. 25, 1819.
1123. III. CHESTER REED, b. Aug. 23, 1815; m. Caroline Chapman; d. April
19, 1893. He was a farmer. Was postmaster in Vernon for 36
years.
1124. IV. HARRIET E. REED, b. April 15, 1818; d. Aug. 3, 1854; m. Judson
J. Barnes, Dec. 28, 1848. She and her sister Mary were school
teachers.
1125. V. * EDMUND A. REED, b. Sept. 27, 1821.
1126. VI. CHARLES A. REED, b. June 11, 1823; m. Emily Bates, Oct. 1851; d.
--. He was a farmer and mechanic, served as township clerk
and trustee several years.
1127. VII. HENRY REED, b. Feb. 19, 1825; d. Nov. 24, 1826.
All these marriages occurred at Vernon, Ohio.

580. FANNY MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Jan. 15, 1790; d. Jan. 8, 1876. She m.
General Joseph M. Forward (See No. 884), who was b. in Granby, Conn., Jan. 22,
1785; d. Southwick, Dec. 21, 1860.

They had 6 children, b. Southwick, Mass.

1128. I. HOMER FORWARD, b. Oct. 2. 1816; d. March 15, 1859,
1129. II. MARIA LOUISA FORWARD, b. Sept. 28, 1818; d. Dec, 12, 1858.
1130. III. JOSEPH MORTON FORWARD, b. Jan. 6, 1821.
1131. IV. MARY ROSETTA FORWARD, b. Jan. 10, 1823; d. March 11, 1859.
1132. V. ANDREW JACKSON FORWARD, b. Aug. 9, 1825.
1133. VI. FANNY ELIZA FORWARD, b. Jan. 11, 1828; d. Aug. 3, 1895.

581. HARRIET MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., July 9, 1792. She m. Dr. Daniel
Benjamin of Granby, and d. June 13, 1839. Dr. Benjamin was the son of Samuel and
Rachel (Holcomb) Benjamin, who was the son of Samuel. The elder Benjamin was one
of the first settlers of Hartland, Conn., and probably came there from Lyme or Haddam.
It is said of Dr. Benjamin, "He was kind of heart, but brusque and willful. People trusted
his judgment in his profession, but he irritated pious people by his open disregard of the
prevailing religious sentiments."

They had 3 children.

1134. I. * MARTHA S. BENJAMIN, b. Granby, Conn., Dec. 24, 1824.
1135. II. EMERETTE RHODA BENJAMIN, b. --; d. July 28, 1894; unmarried.
1136. III. GOLDEN BENJAMIN, b. --; d. young.

585. ROGER SHERMAN MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., July 25, 1806. He m.
Sarah Ann, dau. of Joel and Clarissa (Ensign)
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Root at Granville, Mass., Oct. 6, 1841. She d. Springfield, Mass., Sept. 30, 1875; b.
May 16, 1812, and he d. at Springfield, Dec. 31, 1893. He was a graduate of Yale
College in the class of 1827. The class numbered 80 and included, among others,
Horace Bushnell and N. P. Willis. Mr. Moore graduated in law in Troy, N. Y., and was
admitted to the bar but never practiced.

He settled in Springfield in 1849, but held no public office except that of alderman. He
was long a director of the John Hancock National Bank of Springfield, and afterwards
became its president, which office he held for 27 years. He had a large library and spent
much of his time in reading. History was his favorite study. He read Hebrew, Greek and
Latin to the end of his life. Considering his studious habits, he was fond of society and
was so courteous in manner as to be often referred to, as "a gentleman of the old
school."

He kept up a correspondence with Nelson Beardsley, Auburn, N. Y., a classmate, until
both men were past 80 years of age. The two men died within a few days of each other.
Mr. Moore was an attendant, though not a member, of Christ Church, the first
Episcopal Church of Springfield.

They had 1 child.

1137. I. SARAH JANE MOORE, b. Springfield, Mass., July 29, 1842.

587. MARY MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., April 14, 1800; m. Chandler, son of
Reuben and Lucy (Cossett) Dibble, and d. Jan. 27, 1873. He was b. Southwick,
March 15, 1797, and d. there, April 26, 1876.

They had 6 children, all b. Southwick, Mass.

1138. I. OSCAR DIBBLE, b. Dec. 12, 1826; d. Sept. 15, 1849.
1139. II. LYDIA A. DIBBLE, b. Sept. 1, 1828; m. John H. Gilmore, Oct, 6,
1847. She d. Oct. 5, 1855; no issue.
1140. III. LUCY MARY DIBBLE, b. Aug. 25, 1831; d. Oct. 25, 1845.
1141. IV. CHANDLER DIBBLE, b. Oct. 22, 1833; d. July 15, 1835.
1142. V. * ALFRED DIBBLE, b. Oct. 25, 1837.
1143. VI. EDWIN LENSERN DIBBLE, b.Sept. 15, 1843; d. Dec. 24, 1883. He
m. Arabell Gillett, March 10, 1870.

588. AMARET MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., --, 1802; m. Willis Reed, May 2,
1822 (See 1112). She d. Feb. 27, 1849. He was b. Feb. 2, 1800, and d. Oct. 25,
1864. He m. 2d, Eliza Rice, of Granby, May 4, 1850; m. 3d, Sophronia Fairchild, of
Westfield, Mass., April 10, 1863. Willis and Amaret Reed are buried in Granby.

There were 2 children, both by 1st marriage.

1144. I. * JANE CECELIA REED, b. Granby, March 25, 1825.
1145. II. * WILBERT REED, b. Granby, Conn., Dec. 21, 1826.

589. LAURA MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., --, 1805; m. Brackley Rose, Sept. 13,
1827, and d. at Windsor Locks, Jan. 22, 1854, aged 49.

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Children:
1146. I. CHARLES ROSE, b. --; d. unmarried; buried at Windsor Locks.
1147. II. THEODORE ROSE, b. --; m. and d--. buried at Windsor Locks.
1148. III. JULIA ROSE, b--, 1850; d. Feb. 7. 1851. Perhaps she was the dau.
of Theodore.

593. ELI LATHROP MOORE, b. Granby, Conn., Oct. 1, 1793; m. Catherine Forward
(See No. 888), at Southwick, Mass,, Sept. 16, 1824. She was b. Southwick, June 5,
1796; d. Apr. 25, 1886; he d. Jan. 29, 1871. Both are buried at Southwick. He was a
farmer.

They had 3 children, b. Southwick, Mass.

1149. I. * FRANCIS BURDETT MOORE, b, Feb. 2, 1826.
1150. II. * MARCUS AURELIUS MOORE, b. March 29, 1830.
1151. III. * ARTHUR DUANE MOORE, b. Jan. 4, 1836.

594. PHILURA W. MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., April 19, 1796; m. Harvey, son of
Caleb Merriman at Southwick, Oct. 27, 1825. He was b. Granby, Conn., 1787, and d.
Hartford, Ohio, Nov. 3, 1861. She d. in Hartford, June 23, 1858. He was a teacher of
vocal music.

They had 3 children.

1152. I. * PHILURA MERRIMAN, b. Granby, Conn., Jan. 11, 1827.
1153. II. HARVEY MERRIMAN, b. Charleston, Portage Co., Ohio, Nov. 27,
1828; d. Dec. 27, 1828.
1154. III. AMARET MERRIMAN, b. Charleston, Ohio, Feb. 18, 1832; d. Aug. 25,
1852.

596. VIRGIL MOORE, b. Suffield, Conn., Jan. 19, 1789; d. in Mantua, Ohio, Feb. 7,
1838. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Bazil Windsor, in 1810, and had 6 children.

1155. I. EZRA MOORE, b. 1811; m. 1st, Ruby Sizer. They had 1 child, d.
young; m. 2d, Orpha Hawkins, March 25, 1842.
1156. II. MARY ANN MOORE, b. 1813; d. unmarried.
1157. III. HULDAH MOORE, b. --; m. James Hoskins, Sept. 15, 1838.
1158. IV. EUNICE MOORE, b. --; m. George Wright, Feb. 4, 1840.
1159. V. FANNY MOORE, b. --; m. -- Bryant.
1160. VI. * NAPOLEON B. MOORE, b. Feb. 2, 1827.

598. SAMUEL MOORE, b. Suffield, Conn., Nov. 24, 1794; m. Elizabeth Keyes, at
Auburn, Ohio, Dec. 25, 1817. He d. Mantua, Ohio, Jan. 23, 1868. Elizabeth was the
dau. of Amaziah and Nancy (Crafts) Keyes, b. Middlesex, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1796; d.
Mantua, Ohio, Dec. 19, 1851. Amaziah Keyes, b. Sept. 17, 1746, was the son of
Abijah, who m. Jane Aldrich, at Mendon, Mass., June 8, 1769. He was the son of Oliver,
b. --; m. Rebecca Patterson, at Shrewsbury, Mass., Nov. 13, 1727. Oliver was the son
of Thomas, b. Feb. 8, 1674; m. Elizabeth Howe, Jan. 22, 1696. Thomas was the son of
Elias, b. May 11, 1643; m. Sarah Blandford, Sept. 11, 1665. Elias was the son of Robert
Keyes, who, with his wife, Sarah, was at Watertown, Mass., in 1633. Nancy Crafts was
the dau. of Major Edward Crafts, for whose descent see The Crafts Family.
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Amaziah Keyes moved from Middlesex, Yates Co., N. Y., to Auburn, Ohio,
in 1816 or '17. Elizabeth (Keyes) Moore became a member of the Baptist
Church when she was 16, and was always very zealous in the performance of
her religious duties. She joined that church at Garrettsville, Ohio, after her
marriage. This church disbanded in 1838, when she joined the M. E. Church in
Mantua.

Mr. Moore moved from Connecticut to Ohio with his father's family in 1806.
In 1813, he bought of his uncle, Roger Moore, 109 acres of land in lot 18, in
the township of Mantua. Four years later he had cleared a part of the land,
built a house and married. As this house was a fair sample of the style of
architecture adopted by the early settlers of the Western Reserve, it has been
thought best to give a description of it. Judge Elias Harmon has left the
following entries in his diary:

"July 1, 1799, began to cut logs for our house.

"July 2, put up and moved into our house,

"July 3, got timber for floor. July 4, laid the floor."

Mr. Moore did better than this. The following was furnished by Dr. H. H.
Moore, D. D., who was born in this house and lived in it till he was 16 years of
age:

"The house in which 8 of us were born was built of hewed logs, 12 to 14
inches in diameter, about 20x24, had 3 rooms below, two of which were bed
rooms. The fire place was on the north and built of stone. The chimney, which
extended about a foot above the roof, was stone and better than usual in those
times. A good well of water was about 10 feet from the north end of the
house. There were windows in the front, east side, and south end. For many
years Mother baked all the bread in a kettle which had an iron cover. Coals
were piled on this cover to bake the top of the loaf. After some years the fire
place was provided with a crane and pot-hooks. In '28 or '29 an oven was
built outside the house and then the boys were required to keep on hand a
supply of ovenwood. In 1830 an addition was made to the house. It was of
split whitewood logs, two feet in diameter and extended the length of the house
on the east side and was about 15 feet wide. A chimney was in the south end
of this addition and in the northeast corner was a cheese room. It contained
two beds. Its primary design was about the same as barracks for the
tumultuous boys. It was our workshop, sleeping room and place of
banishment, especially when father came in tired from a hunt. The chamber of
the old house was all one sleeping room. Bedsteads were made with an axe
and auger, and broad strips of basswood bark served for bed cords. Mother's
bed was never without its trundle bed. The house had an unwalled cellar and a
trap door from the kitchen, dining room, parlor, etc., led into it. The wood pile
was in the road in front of the house. The roof of the house was of shakes, four
feet long, held in place by poles laid on them, reaching from one end of the
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In the winter of 1835-6, the new house was completed and the old log house
abandoned to its fate.

Life among the pioneers was one of unremitting toil, both indoors and out. The forest
was the one implacable enemy. Nothing could be done till that was cleared away. The
trees were cut down, the timber piled in log heaps and burned, and this let in the sunlight.
The stumps still remained which rendered it impossible to plow the land. Rye and wheat
were hacked in among the roots, a little corn was planted and these furnished bread for
the family.

Every home had its wheels--little and big, reel, quill wheel, swifts and loom. Here the
flax and wool were made into clothing by the women of the family.

The first drag or harrow was always the top of some bushy tree, like a thorn bush, and
this was the best, for there were no teeth to catch the roots and stumps. The old plows
were provided with a wooden mould board. The woods were full of game, and venison
steaks were every day occurrences among the first settlers. Mr. Moore was heard to
say that his rifle had often saved his father's family from a scant dinner. He used to tell
how he had killed his first deer on the 4th day of July, 1806. In 1845, he killed the last
wild deer ever seen in Mantua.

These Ohio pioneers are all gone:

"Each in his narrow cell forever laid,
The rude forefathers of the hamlet sleep."

"Nor you, ye proud, impute to these the fault,
If memory o'er their tomb no trophies raise."

No hatchment or rusted mail hangs over the last resting place of these pioneers, but their
trophies are greater than these. Their sons have girdled the land with railroads and
flecked the sea with ships. They have led great armies to battle and to victory. The
pulpits and court rooms are resonant with the voices of boys born in the log cabins of
the West, and in the halls of congress the sons of the pioneers are shaping the destiny of
the nation.

Samuel and Elizabeth (Keyes) Moore had 10 children, all b. Mantua, Ohio.

1161. I. * MARK MILTON MOORE, b. Sept. 29, 1818.
1162. II. * HOMER H. MOORE, b. March 10, 1820.
1163. III. * AMAZIAH MOORE, b. April 14, 1822.
1164. IV. SAMUEL MOORE, b. Jan. 15, 1824; d. Feb. 17, 1846. He attended
school at Chagrin Falls, where he fitted for teaching. In 1844,
he went to Kentucky where he was very successful as a teacher.
When 20 years of age he became a member of the M. E. Church
"and was thoroughly pronounced and active in all church duties.
For one of his years and experience I have never know his superior
in exhortation."--H. H. Moore.
1165. V. HALSEY GILLETT MOORE, b. July 21, 1825; d. Dec. 25, 1846.
1166. VI. * ELIZABETH MOORE, b. April 9, 1827.
1167. VII. FRANCIS OLIVER MOORE, b. June 9, 1830; d. Huron, Kansas, July
27, 1858. He taught school most of the time from his majority
to the time of his death, which occurred a month after he left
Ohio for Kansas.
1168. VIII. * MORTIMER GEORGE MOORE, b. Nov. 9, 1833.
1169. IX. * HORACE LADD MOORE, b. Feb. 25, 1837.
1170. X. * WALTER WATSON MOORE, b. June 27, 1840.

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599. EUNICE MOORE, b. Suffield, Conn., April 22, 1796; moved with her father to
Mantua, Ohio, in 1806; m. Horace, the son of David and Betsey (Rogers) Ladd, at
Mantua, Feb. 23, 1815; d. Mantua, March 12, 1854. Mr. Ladd, b. Vernon, Conn.,
Oct. 1, 1789; d. July 30, 1849. "His neighbors had such confidence in the honesty and
fairness of Mr. Ladd that they would submit their differences to him and cheerfully abide
by his decision." He was a devoted Presbyterian and reared his family with strict
religious discipline. He was a soldier of the War of 1812, was a farmer and for years a
justice of the peace.

There were 7 children, all b. Mantua, Portage Co., Ohio.

1171. I. * CALISTE ROGERS LADD, b. Jan. 18, 1816.
1172. II. EUNICE SOPHRONIA LADD, b. Nov. 3, 1817; d., May 24, 1898; m.
Chauncey Wood, who d. Garrettsville, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1892. No
issue.
1173. III. * LUCY GILLETT LADD, b. March 11, 1820.
1174. IV. * HORACE LADD, b. Feb. 22, 1822.
1175. V. HARRIET LADD, b. Feb. 17, 1824; d. Sept. 28, 1832.
1176. VI. * PERLEA MOORE LADD, b. April 13, 1828.
1177. VII. * RODOLPHUS LADD, b. July 27, 1830.

600. JASON MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Aug. 31, 1798; moved with his father to
Mantua, Ohio, in 1806; m. Christiana, dau. of Zadock and Polly (Nooney) Ingell, at
Mantua, Nov. 20, 1833. She was b. Chester, Hamden Co., Mass., March 27, 1808;
d. Mantua, Ohio, Feb. 18, 1901. She was a member of the M. E. Church. He d.
March 23, 1887. Both are buried at Mantua Center. Mr. Moore acquired sufficient
education to enable him to teach school for several years, when he studied medicine
with Dr. DeWolf of Ravenna, Ohio, and practiced his profession with great success till
the infirmities of advancing years forced him to withdraw from the practice. He was a
member of the M. E. Church, and a much respected citizen.

There were 5 children, b. Mantua, Ohio.

1178. I. CHRISTIANA MOORE, b. Oct. 17, 1834; m. William Brown, March
31, 1852; d. Coldwater, Mich., Aug. 5, 1864.
1179. II. AMARET MOORE, b. April 13, 1837; m. Henry Lee, Nov. 4, 1858;
d. Oct. 2, 1859.
1180. III. * CHENEY JASON MOORE, b. April 11, 1839.
1181. IV. MARILLA MOORE, b. April 30, 1841; unmarried.
1182. V. * MARTHA MOORE, b. July 15, 1845.

601. BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Dec. 30, 1800; moved to Mantua,
Ohio, with his father in 1806. He m. Fanny M., dau. of Stephen and Fanny (Noyes)
Sargent at Chagrin Falls, Ohio, March 5, 1843. She was b. at Bath, N. H., Aug. 4,
1811. He d. June 30, 1853. She d. Sept. 25, 1900. Mr. Moore was a farmer and lived
and died on the farm that his father bought and settled upon when he moved to the
Western Reserve in 1806. He was a highly respected citizen.

There was 1 child.

1183. I. * PERLEA MOORE, b. June 30, 1845.

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616. NOADIAH MOORE, b. Kinderhook, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1788; m. at Middlebury, Vt.,
Caroline Maria, dau. of Samuel and Lucy (Smith) Mattocks, Jan. 30, 1814. She was b. --, at
Middlebury, Vt.; d. at Champlain, N. Y. He d. at Champlain, Feb. 9, 1859, and both are
buried there. He was a farmer, lumberman and manufacturer.

They had 7 children, all b. Champlain, N. Y.

1184. I. * ELIZA MARIA MOORE, b. May 28, 1815; m. Rev. Ovid Minor, Feb.
13, 1834.
1185. II. * MATILDA MOORE, b. --; m. --, Bartlett Nye.
1186. III. WILLIAM MOORE, b. --; d. --.
1187. IV. * LAURA MARIA MOORE, b. March 17, 1825; m. --, Bartlett Nye.
1188. V. PLINY NOADIAH MOORE, b. --; m. --, Sarah Kelsey; d. Nov. 20,
1860.
1189. VI. * SAMUEL MATTOCKS MOORE, b. --; m. --, Angelina Bigelow.
1190. VII. CAROLINE MOORE, b. --.

617. ANNA MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., April 9, 1790; m. Julius C'sar, son of Wolcott
and Mary (Curtis) Hubbell, at Champlain, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1812. He was b. at Lanesboro,
Mass., March 17, 1788, and d. June 9, 1880. She d. May 14, 1861, and both are buried at
Champlain, N. Y. He was a lawyer.

They had 3 children, all b. at Chazy, N. Y.

1191. I. * MARTHA ANN HUBBELL, b. June 24, 1816; m. Frederick T. Mygatt,
at Chazy, Oct. 10, 1839.
1192. II. * SUSAN KATHARINE HUBBELL, b. April 19, 1823; m. Henry E. Seymour,
at Chazy, Sept. 13, 1853; d. St. Albans, Vt., Dec. 6, 1883.
1193. III. * JOHN WOLCOTT HUBBELL, b. April 28, 1830; m. Margaret L. Beckwith,
Plattsburg, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1856.

618. SOPHIA MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1792; m. Thomas John, son of
John and Margaret (Robertson) Whiteside, at Champlain, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1815. He was b.
Cambridge, N. Y., May 9, 1783, and d. at Champlain, April 9. 1860. She d. April 10, 1831,
and both are buried at Champlain. He was a merchant.

They had 4 children, all b. Champlain, N. Y.

1194. I. * JOHN HENRY WHITESIDE, b. Feb. 17, 1816, m. Catharine Welmore,
at Fishkill, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1846; he d. at Champlain, Nov., 1895.
1195. II. * MARTHA CORBIN WHITESIDE, b. Sept. 12, 1817; m. Rev. Lucerne
Rae, at Champlain, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1839; d. Aug. 7, 1852.
1196. III. * MARGARET ROBERTSON WHITESIDE, b. April 10, 1822; m. Samuel
Wilbor, Champlain, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1848; d. Feb. 9, 1890.
1197. IV. * ALEXANDER WHITESIDE, b. Nov. 14, 1825; m. Eleanor Shattuck,
Boston, Mass., Aug. 3, 1871.

620. ROYAL CORBIN MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., June 16, 1795; m. Laura, dau. of
Phineas and Abigail (Hunt) Whiteside, at Cambridge, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1825. She was b. at
Cambridge, N. Y., March 9. 1804, and d. at Champlain. He d. Sept. 15, 1867, and both are
buried at Champlain.

They had 8 children, all b. at Champlain.
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1198. I. * SOPHIA WHITESIDE MOORE, b. Feb. 15, 1826; m. Hon. Timothy
Hoyle, at Champlain, Feb. 27, 1845. She d. May 30, 1900.
1199. II. * ALEXANDER MOORE, b. Oct. 24, 1829; m. Josephine Prunier, West
Chazy, N. Y., July 24, 1852; d. at Champlain. July 23, 1895.
1200. III. HELEN MARGARET MOORE, b. Dec. 5, 1832; m. George Hoyle, at
Champlain, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1866.
1201. IV. JULIUS HUBBELL MOORE; b. Jan. 10, 1834; m. Sophia M. Doolittle,
at Champlain, Dec. 20, 1860. He d. July 1, 1873.
1202. V. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Jan. 28, 1837; d. May 1, 1858.
1203. VI. * CAROLINE MARIA MOORE, b. Dec. 5, 1838; m. Edward W. Coit, at
Champlain, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1860.
1204. VII. ALICE MOORE, b. Aug. 17, 1841; m. Benjamin C. Moore, at Champlain,
N. Y., Sept. 9, 1875.
1205. VIII. MATILDA BRINKERHOFF, MOORE, b. Dec. 14, 1844; m. Dr. William
N. Coit, at Champlain, Aug. 5, 1869; d. June 27, 1870.

623. COL. AMASA CORBIN MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., April 3, 1801; m.
Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of Major General Benjamin and Hannah (Platt) Mooers, at
Plattsburg, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1826. He d. at Plattsburg, Jan 20, 1865. She was b. at
Plattsburg, March 16, 1806; d. March 4, 1875, and both are buried at Plattsburg. He was
a lawyer, dealer in real estate and manufacturer. "He was physically and mentally strong,
hearty, healthy, active, energetic and of a genial disposition; full of humor and anecdotes; a
ready speaker and an excellent presiding officer at public meetings. He was a graduate of
Middlebury, Vt., College. He studied law with Hon. Julius C. Hubbel, and practiced first in
his native place, Champlain, N. Y., where he was selected to settle the large estate of his
father, Judge Pliny Moore. About 1826 he removed to Plattsburg, N. Y., where he
followed his profession and managed the landed portion of the estate of his father-in-law,
Gen. Benjamin Mooers. He gradually worked into the real estate business, particularly wild
land, in which both the Judge and General had invested extensively. He purchased large
tracts in Clinton and Franklin counties and in selling to actual settlers accumulated a
considerable fortune. He was an honest, upright, highly esteemed citizen; generous and
most hospitable; an influential leader in politics, religion and business enterprises; owning
grist and lumber mills and an iron forge; was a projector, director, large stockholder and
very heavy loser in both the Plattsburg and Montreal and the Ogdensburg and Lake
Champlain railroads. He was Judge Advocate with rank of colonel on the staff of Maj.
Gen. St. John B. L. Skinner, N. Y. S. M.; a Whig in politics and deacon and elder in the
Presbyterian Church."

They had 10 children, all but the first b. in Plattsburg, N. Y.

1206. I. * THOMAS WHITESIDE MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., March 1, 1827;
m. Frances Nichols, at Plattsburg, N. Y., June 5, 1850. He d.
Brooklyn, N. Y. April 15, 1898.
1207. II. JULIA MATILDA MOORE, b. Nov. 22, 1828; d. Plattsburg, Aug. 6,
1829.
1208. III. BENJAMIN MOOERS MOORE, b. May 31, 1830; d. Plattsburg, Sept.
6, 1851.
1209. IV. * JOHN W. MOORE, b. May 24, 1832; m. Emily Sawyer, at New York
City, Nov. 19, 1863.

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1210. V. PLINY MOORE, b. Aug. 15, 1834; m. Alice B. Chapman, Grinnell,
Iowa, July 7, 1870; d. Nov. 3, 1881.
1211. VI. * AMASA RICHARD MOORE, b. May 20, 1837; m. Libbie W. Peck,
Troy, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1865.
1212. VII. * CHARLOTTE MARIA MOORE, b. Dec. 16, 1840; m. Hon. Christopher
F. Norton, at Plattsburg, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1870.
1213. VIII. CHARLES FREDERICK MOORE, b. Aug. 31, 1843; d. Troy, N. Y.,
Nov. 28, 1877.
1214. IX. SARAH WOOL MOORE, b. May 31, 1846; unmarried.
1215. X. ARTHUR MOORE, b. Jan. 1, 1850; d. Dec. 3, 1856.

626. CATHERINE VAN ALLEN, b. Chatham, N. Y., May 4, 1787; m. John Jay Van
Valkenburg, at Chatham, June 17, 1810. She d. there, April 20, 1874. He was b. in
Chatham in 1782, and d. there, Jan. 24, 1879. He was an auctioneer and a farmer. "He
was a kind husband and honored citizen".

There were 4 children b. Chatham, N. Y.

1216. I. GILBERT JAMES VAN VALKENBERG, b. May 17, 1811; d. Sept. 10,
1811.
1217. II. PAMELIA ANNIS VAN VALKENBERG, b. Nov. 10, 1812; d. same day.
1218. III. ELSIE MARIA VAN VALKENBERG, b. Feb. 14, 1816; d. June 3, 1844.
She m. Samuel Wilbor, June 7, 1836.
1219. IV. * JAMES GILBERT VAN VALKENBERG, b. June 26, 1819.

631. JANE SAVAGE MOORE, b. Chatham, N., Y. Jan. 20, 1802; m. Philip Folland, at
Chatham, N. Y., June 11, 1820; d. at Chatham, and buried at Spencertown, N. Y., July 4,
1826. He was a farmer, coroner and master of chancery.

They had 3 children, b. Chatham, N. Y.

1220. I. FRANCES FOLLAND, b. July 6, 1822; m. Jacob Simmons, lived in
New Haven, Conn.
1221. II. HENRY FOLLAND, b. Dec. 28, 1823; m. in California.
1222. III. JANE ALBERTINE FOLLAND, b. Feb. 28, 1826; d. Feb. 10, 1827.

633. PLATO BOLIVER MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., May 10, 1806; m. Sarah Lucinda
Davis, Nov. 26, 1829; at Chatham, and d. there June 30, 1898. She was b. at Chatham,
July 17, 1810, and d. Dec. 16, 1847. Both are buried at Spencertown. He m. 2d, Elizabeth
Brown, of Austerlitz, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1849; she b. Nov. 9, 1813;

Mr. Moore was a carpenter and wheelright. He lived for ten years at Marcellus Falls, N.
Y., the owner of a paper mill. He sold the mill and removed to his farm in Chatham, which
was a part of the old homestead of his grandfather, Noadiah Moore. He was a most
industrious and temperate man. His height was 5 feet, 8 inches, dark hair, and brown eyes,
and weighed about 150 pounds.

He had 8 children, all b. at Chatham, N. Y., of the first marriage.

1223. I. WILLIAM WALLACE MOORE, b. Nov. 17, 1830; d. Nov. 8, 1888.
He m. and had one child, Charles Eugene Moore, of Chicago, Ill.
1224. II. * JOHN BYRON MOORE, b. Aug. 22, 1832.
1225. III. EDWARD ASHTON MOORE, b. July 18, 1834, d. Aug. 21, 1889; m--.
and had one child, Hattie Moore, of Lee, Mass.

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1226. IV. SARAH LEVINA MOORE, b. Feb. 1. 1837; d. Jan. 20, 1838.
1227. V. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH MOORE, b. May 22, 1839; d. Feb. 22, 1841.
1228. VI. URIAH DAVIS MOORE, b. Aug. 18, 1841; d. in Andersonville Prison.
1229. VII. MARY ELLEN MOORE, b. Feb. 22, 1844; d. Oct. 9, 1896; m.--Bostwick
and lived at Hoyt, Kansas.
1230. VIII. * LUCINDA DAVIS MOORE, b. June 4, 1846.

636. SILAS DEAN MOORE, b., Chatham, N. Y., March 4, 1812; d. Jan. 14, 1886. He
m. Harriet Howard, at New Lebanon, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1841. She b. New York City, in
1824; d. Chatham, N. Y., March 4, 1861, Both are buried at Spencertown, N. Y. He was
an industrious and prosperous farmer. He had black hair and eyes, weighed 150 pounds,
and was 5 feet, 10 inches, in height.

They had 8 children, all b. Chatham, N. Y.

1231. I. * BETHENIA MOORE, b. Jan. 24, 1843; m. Edward P. Johnson.
1232. II. * AMASA PLINY MOORE, b. May 24, 1846; m. Lizzie Sharp.
1233. III. * ELIZA R. MOORE, b. July 22, 1848.
1234. IV. * RENSSELAER H. MOORE, b. July 10, 1850; m. Ellen Brady.
1235. V. SAMUEL C. MOORE, b. Aug. 23, 1852.
1236. VI. * SILAS DEAN MOORE, b. Dec. 30, 1856; m. Annis Brady.
1237. VII. HARRIET LEVINA MOORE, b. Aug. 5, 1859; d. May 17, 1886.
1238. VIII. JOHN R. MOORE, b. Feb. 25, 1858; unmarried.

637. WILLIAM REUBEN MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., May 1, 1814; d. Oct. 11, 1844.
He m. Jane P., the dau. of Emanuel and Sarah (Benjamin) Traver at Ghent, N. Y., May 8,
1839. She d. Dec. 6, 1841. He m. 2d, Eliza Helena Howard at New Lebanon, Oct. 6,
1842. She d. at Chatham, N. Y., March 19, 1894. Both are buried at Spencertown. Mr.
Moore was a farmer and a faithful member and officer in the Presbyterian Church. "During
his closing days a song of praise was murmured on his lips. His faithful wife was a true
helpmeet." He was nearly six feet tall, had dark hair and eyes and weighed 165 pounds.

There were 3 children, b. Chatham, N. Y.

By first marriage:
1238a. I. SARAH JANE MOORE, b. Dec. 3, 1841; d. Dec. 22, 1855.

By second marriage:
1239. II. REUBEN MOORE, b. Sept. 14, 1843. He m. Mary Isabelle, the dau. of
John Alexander and Carrie (Colby) Brown at Painesville, Ohio,
Oct. 31, 1893. She b. at Painesville, June 7, 1871. Mr Moore
was left at 15, with 60 acres of land, devised to him by his
grandfather. From this small beginning he became a most
successful and wealthy farmer and fruit grower. He is also
a dealer in real estate. He is a prolific writer for the newspapers
and magazines, and has taken great interest in procuring
records for this family history. No issue.
1240. III. WILLIAM REUBEN MOORE, b. Jan. 17, 1845; d. Aug. 6, 1856.

639. MARIA ROGERS, b. Chatham, N. Y., --; m. William Thompson. He was b. Oct. 23,
1790, and d. May 2, 1871.

They had 4 children.

1241. I. * RALPH ROGERS THOMPSON, b. Chatham, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1818.
1242. II. LOUISA THOMPSON, b. --; m. at Chatham Center, N. Y.
1243. III. BENAJAH THOMPSON, b. --.
1244. IV. JOHN THOMPSON, b. --; living at Belchertown, Mass.

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640. MARTHA ROGERS, b. Chatham, N. Y.; m. Darius Benjamin, July 5, 1817; d.
Benjaminville, McLean Co., Ill., Nov. 20, 1884. He was b. Chatham, N. Y., Feb. 15,
1781; d. there, April 24, 1850. He was a farmer.

They had 6 children.

1245. I. EDWARD D. BENJAMIN, b. June 29, 1818; d. Nov. 10, 1890, at
Benjaminville, Ill. He m. Christiana Gray, June 6, 1848.
1246. II. DE WITT CLINTON BENJAMIN, b. May 28, 1820; d. Hudson, Ill.,
Oct. 7, 1871. He. m. Sarah Swartz, Oct. 23, 1849.
1247. III. TIMOTHY R. BENJAMIN, b. May 17, 1823; d. Chatham, Feb. 20,
1895; m. Harriet E. Bullis, Feb. 27, 1854.
1248. IV. JOHN R. BENJAMIN, b. Oct 17, 1824; d. Benjaminville, Ill., Oct.
18, 1899. He m. Sarah M. Beaver, Feb. 14, 1849.
1249. V. GILBERT R. BENJAMIN, b. Oct. 6, 1830; d. Feb. 11, 1839.
1250. VI. REUBEN MOORE BENJAMIN, b. June 29, 1833; m. Laura Woodin,
Sept. 15, 1856. Her father, David J. Woodin, was superintendent
of schools, Columbia Co., N. Y., for many years.

642. JOHN ROGERS, b. Chatham, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1799; m. at Valatie, N. Y., Eliza
Shipman, Dec. 31, 1835. He d. there, July 4, 1889. She was b. Kinderhook, N. Y., Feb.
8, 1810; d. Valatie, Dec. 4, 1891, where both are buried. He was a farmer and financier.

Children:

1251. I. CAROLINE C. ROGERS, b. May 3, 1837; d. Feb. 13, 1843.
1252. II. WALTER S. ROGERS, b. April 4, 1841; living near Bloomington, Ill.
1253. III. MARTHA ROGERS, b. Sept. 29, 1844; m. -- Best; res. Valatie, N. Y.

646. CHARLES LEWIS SAILLY MOORE, b, Champlain, N. Y., June 29, 1804; m.
Maria, dau. of Elias and Louisa (Hamilton) Dewey at Champlain, Sept. 26, 1832. He d.
Yreka, California, Nov. 1, 1882. She b. Champlain, N. Y., April 27, 1812; d. there,
May 9, 1854.

The following biography is from the Moore Family, by Edward J. Moore: "He owned a
hotel and a farm, was engaged with the Northern Transportation Co. at Rouse's Point;
removed with his family to Yreka, Cal.; died a few years ago, and on the day of the
funeral the stores of the town were closed as a mark of respect to his memory."

There were 8 children.

1254. I. GEORGE B. MOORE, b. La Cole, Canada, Aug. 10, 1833; d. Dec.
23, 1833.
1255. II. * MARTHA L. MOORE, b. Oct. 3, 1834, Champlain, N. Y.
1256. III. SILAS D. MOORE, b. Champlain, Feb, 17, 1836; d. Aug. 16, 1838.
1257. IV. ELIZABETH E. MOORE, b. Champlain, June 7, 1838; d. Oct. 21, 1839.
1258. V. * CARRIE E. MOORE, b. Champlain, Feb. 28, 1840.
1259. VI. CATHARINE E. MOORE, b. Champlain, June 27, 1843; m. James
Spurs, California, 1868.
1260. VII. EMILY B. MOORE, b. Sherington Mills, Canada, March 12, 1845;
m. J. W. Thompson, Yreka, Cal.; d. San Francisco, Aug. 18, 1872.
1261. VIII. * CHARLES S. MOORE, b. Champlain, May 2, 1854.

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647. EDWARD JOSEPH MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1806; m. Mary
Lovell Nichols. She was b. Essex, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1810; d Champlain, May 4, 1875.
He d. at Champlain, Dec. 17, 1851. He was a physician of large practice in Champlain
and surgeon of one of the militia regiments of the state of New York.

There were 7 children, b. Champlain, N. Y.

1262. I. BENJAMIN CORBIN MOORE, b. May 9, 1834; m. Alice Moore (See
No. 1204), Sept. 9, 1875; druggist.
1263. II. THOMAS SCOTT MOORE, b. June 7, 1836; d. Nov. 5, 1880, Globe
City, Arizona. He was a surveyor and mining engineer.
1264. III. * ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Sept. 16, 1838.
1265. IV. * JULIA MOORE, b. Sept. 30, 1841; m., William A. Henry; res.
Watertown, N. Y.
1266. V. SOPHIA ALICE MOORE, b. Sept. 28, 1845; d. Sept. 28, 1867. She
was organist of the Presbyterian Church, Champlain (?).
1267. VI. * EDWARD J. MOORE, b. Sept. 10, 1846.
1268. VII. CHARLES MOORE, b. July 17, 1850; d. Oct. 27, 1851.

650. MARY MOORE, b. March 6, 1812; m. John Shedden. He was a lawyer of
Mooers, Champlain Co., N. Y. She d. 1860.

They had 6 children, b. Mooers, N. Y.

1269. I. * ELIZA C. SHEDDEN, b. April 8, 1839.
1270. II. EMELINE SHEDDEN, b. June 26, 1843; (1900) lived Wabasha, Minn.;
unmarried.
1271. III. MARY JANE SHEDDEN, b. Nov. 5, 1845; d. Jan. 4, 1846.
1272. IV. JOHN YOUNG SHEDDEN, b. Oct. 18, 1846.
1273. V. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SHEDDEN, b. Nov. 18, 1849.
1274. VI. DANIEL WEBSTER SHEDDEN, b. May 25, 1853.

659. PLIN COOKE, b. July 27, 1790; m. and had 10 children. He d. July 18, 1862.
He was living at Windsor, Conn., 1853, and erected a headstone to the memory of his
aunt, Lucinda Mather, who d. that year.

Children:

1275. I. WILLIAM COOKE, b. May 12, 1811; d. July 14, 1870.
1276. II. CANDIS COOKE, b. June 4, 1812; d. June 14, 1812.
1277. III. HENRY COOKE, b. Aug. 23, 1814.
1278. IV. GILBERT COOKE, b. June 6, 1819; d. Jan. 28, 1891.
1279. V. SELINA COOKE, b. Nov. 16, 1822; d. Sept. 8, 1848.
1280. VI. HORACE F. COOKE, b. Jan. 5, 1827; d. Sept. 18, 1861.
1281. VII. MEYAN (?) COOKE, b. Feb. 1, 1829; d. Feb. 9, 1831.
1282. VIII. HIRAM COOKE, b. April 16, 1831.
1283. IX, CHARLES COOKE, b. Oct. 29, 1833; d. Feb. 16, 1857.
1284. X. MARY E. COOKE, b. Jan. 6, 1839; d. Jan. 3, 1859.

660. MEDAD COOKE, b. March 4, 1793; m. 1st,(???); m. 2d, Roxana Stockweather,
of Cleveland, Ohio.

Children:

1285. I. * MEDAD MOORE COOKE, b. Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1831.
1286. II. AUGUST COOKE, b. --.
1287. III. JAMES COOKE, b. --.

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663. LEWIS COOKE, b. Colebrook, Conn., June 11, 1798; d. Chicago, Ill., July 9,
1852; m. Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., 1830, Mary P., dau. of Gideon and Lucinda (Wright)
Hartwick. She b. Hamilton, N. Y., March 4, 1810; d. Lockport, Ill., Jan. 3, 1891.

They had 8 children.

1288. I. HANNAH MOORE COOKE, b. Sacketts Harbor, Aug. 20, 1831; d.
March 12, 1832.
1289. II. * GEORGIANA COOKE, b. Sacketts Harbor, May 5, 1833; d. July 26,
1867.
1290. III. * WILLIAM L. COOKE, b. Sacketts Harbor, March 31, 1835.
1291. IV. GEORGE BRAYTON COOKE, b. Sacketts Harbor, July 13, 1837; d.
June 6, 1897.
1292. V. * LEWIS BYRON COOKE, b. Sacketts Harbor, June 8, 1840.
1293. VI. JAMES HENRY COOKE, b. London, Canada, June 29, 1844.
1294. VII. AUGUSTA H. COOKE, b. London, Canada, July 29, 1847; d. May 12,
1873.
1295. VIII. CHARLES ERFORD COOKE, b. Chicago, Ill., June 2, 1852; d. Dec. 25,
1862.

677. LOVINA or LAVINIA MOORE, b. April 16, 1786, Winchester, Conn.; m. as 2d
wife, Rev. Elijah, son of Gershom and Abigail (Picket) Benedict, Feb. 24, 1815. She was
then of Winsted, Conn. He m. 1st in 1799, Lois, the dau. of Nicholas Holt. She d. 1812.
He d. Pavilion, Genesee Co., N. Y., Aug. 5, 1868, aged 94 years. She d. Nov. 13, 1854.
He was a local preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

There were 11 children. See the Benedict Genealogy.

I. KETURAH BENEDICT, b. Feb. 24, 1801; m. John P. Hall, Armada,
Mich.
II. HEPZIBAH BENEDICT, b. July 4, 1803; m. Samuel Heath.
III. GERSHOM BENEDICT (Rev.), b. July 15, 1805; m. Eliza Kendall.
IV. EUNICE BENEDICT, b. Dec. 16, 1807; d. May 28, 1825.
V. ABEL BENEDICT, b. Jan. 7, 1810; d. Aug. 7, 1810.

By second marriage:

1296. VI. * HIRAM BENEDICT, b. Dec. 24, 1815.
1297. VII. MARY BENEDICT, b. March 27, 1818; m. July 4, 1838, Rev. Fuller
Atchison; d. March 17, 1841.
1298. VIII. LAURA BENEDICT, b. July 8, 1820; d. Oct. 8, 1873.
1299. IX. HARRIET BENEDICT, b. May 20, 1823; d. May 23, 1854.
1300. X. * NELSON BENEDICT, b. Dec. 23, 1827; m. Myra Whitney, June 1,
1852.
1301. XI. JAMES HARVEY BENEDICT, b. April 3, 1834; d. June 30, 1839.

679. SIMEON MOORE, b. Manchester, Conn., June 8, 1791; m. at Blendon, Ohio, Feb.
2, 1812, Laura, dau. of Paul and Roxana (Phelps) Meacham. She was b. Springfield,
Mass., Oct. 5, 1792; d. April 14, 1829. He m. 2d, Laura Patterson, June 24, 1832, and
d. Aug. 2, 1853. He was a farmer in Blendon, Ohio, where he settled in 1807.

There were 10 children, all b. Blendon, Ohio.

1302. I. EMERITT MOORE, b. July 30, 1812.
1303. II. * VIRGIL DOUGLASS MOORE, b. Dec. 3, 1814.
1304. III. HORACE MOORE, b. March 25, 1817; d. Feb., 1843.
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1305. IV. * HARRIETT MOORE, b. Feb. 25, 1817.
1306. V. * ALFRED MOORE, b. Dec. 28, 1819.
1307. VI. * SIMEON MOORE, b. March 23, 1823.
1308. VII. ROXANA MOORE, b. March 23, 1823; m. Dr. Helmick, South Bloomfield,
Ohio. She d. Harrisburg, Ohio, Sept. 12, 1842; buried
River Side Cemetery, Franklin Co., Ohio; no issue.
1309. VIII. * LAURA ANN MOORE, b. Oct. 1, 1825.

Children by second marriage:
1310. IX. CORDELIA MOORE, b. Jan. 11, 1834; m 1856. Joseph M., the son of
John Clark. He was a major in the 133d Regiment Ohio Vol.
Inf. in the War of 1861, and d. in the service. He was b.
Gahanna, Ohio.
1311. X. * WALLACE HETMAN MOORE, b. Feb. 4, 1841.

683. PHOEBE MOORE, b. Winchester, Conn., Oct. 8, 1802; d. St. Louis Co., Mo.,
1844; m. Dr. Luman, son of Cornelius Sharp, at Gahanna, Ohio, May 14, 1825. He b.
Champlain, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1805; d. Peoria, Ill., 1839. He was a physician and surgeon.

Children:
1312. I. DEAN C. SHARP, b. --, Gahanna, Ohio.
1313. II. DELFORD SHARP, b. Oct. 9, --; Gahanna, Ohio.
1314. III. * MARY ANN ABIGAIL SHARP, b. Hamilton Township, Ohio, Nov. 22,
1829.
1315. IV. DANFORD SHARP, b. Owen Station, Mo., 1836; d. 1838.

684. BENJAMIN MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, July 11, 1807; m. Feb. 18, 1830, Hannah
E., dau. of Jonathan Stoddard and Hannah (Williams) Wightman. Hannah Williams m. 1st,
Dr. John Hart. Mr. Moore d. at Blendon, March 24, 1854. His wife was b. Jan. 21, 1812,
and d. May 22, 1847. He was the first white child b. in Blendon township. He was a farmer.

They had 7 children, all b. in Blendon.

1316. I. ELBRIDGE S. MOORE, b. Oct. 28, 1830; d. 1862.
1317. II. * HANNAH W. MOORE, b. Feb. 6, 1833.
1318. III. * GEORGE ALVIN MOORE, b. Aug. 19, 1835.
1319. IV. * PRESTON A. MOORE, b. May 15, 1837.
1320. V. * AMANDA M. MOORE, b. Jan. 3, 1840.
1321. VI. * MARY A. MOORE, b. May 26, 1842.
1322. VII. HOMER ALONZO MOORE, b. 1847, d. young.

685. ELDAD BARBER MOORE, b. --; d. Sheldon, N. Y., 1843; m. Thankful Snow, dau.
of Austin and Lettice (Snow) Davis, in Becket, Mass., Jan. 31, 1838. She was b. Becket,
Mass., July 10, 1817; d. Gainesville, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1853. He and his father were on the
taxlist in Becket, in 1826.

There were 3 children.

1323. I. * LUCIEN BARBER MOORE, b. Sheldon, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1838.
1324. II. * ELDAD MOORE, b. Sheldon, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1841.
1325. III. * MARCUS TRUMAN MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Nov. 6, 1843.

699. HOMER MOORE PHELPS, b. Blendon, Ohio, Feb. 9, 1812; d. there June 1, 1883.
He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Edward and Mary (Graham) Connelly in Franklin Co., Ohio, Jan.
14, 1835.

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She was b. Lancaster, Pa., Dec. 8, 1811. Mr. Phelps lived on the old homestead and
held the office of justice of the peace. He finally resigned as he did not consider the
honor sufficient compensation for the annoyance.

There were 3 children, b. Blendon, Ohio.

1326. I. FREDONIA C. PHELPS, b. Nov. 14, 1835.
1327. II. * H. WARREN PHELPS, b. May 5, 1839.
1328. III. EDWARD CLINTON PHELPS, b. March 14, 1844; m. Ella Stanley.

703. NAOMI MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., March 13, 1790; m. Simeon Case, a
farmer and an itinerant repairer of clocks. They were married probably in Barkhamsted,
and in about 1845 moved to 144 Trumbull St., Hartford, Conn., where she d. Feb. 28,
1864, and is buried in the North Cemetery. (The records of this family were furnished
by a gentleman sojourning temporarily in a retreat for the insane in Hartford, who is
regarded as "a little off." It is to be hoped he will not be taken for the author of the whole
book.)

Children of Simeon and Naomi (Moore) Case:

1329. I. * ORVILLE PARSONS CASE, b. Barkhamsted, Conn., Nov. 9, 1814; d.
May 19, 1888.
1330. II. * SARAH ANN CASE, b. --.
1331. III. * AURELIA CASE, b. --.
1332. IV. * EZRA M. CASE b. --.

704. HORACE MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., April 23, 1792; m. Polly Reed (see
No. 1113), Jan. 4, 1826, in Granby, Conn. He d. Granby, April 2, 1867. She was b.
March 23, 1805; d. July 21, 1876. Mr. Moore was a farmer.

They had 5 children, all b. Granby, Conn.

1333. I. EZRA MOORE, b. Oct. 13, 1830; d. Aug. 13, 1833.
1334. II. MARY MOORE, b. June 15, 1834; d. April 1, 1839.
1335. III. * MARTHA MOORE, b. March 25, 1836.
1336. IV. HENRY WILSON MOORE, b. May 19, 1840; d. Nov. 20, 1858.
1337. V. MARY ISABELLA MOORE, b. Jan. 9, 1845; d. March 16, 1855.

708. CYNTHIA MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Sept. 16, 1803; m. Joseph, the son
of Eliphalet Case, Feb. 14, 1824, and d. North Canton, Conn, March 2, 1869. He was
b. Barkhamsted, Conn., May 25, 1799; d. North Canton, Nov. 29, 1877. He was a
farmer.

They had 4 children, all b. North Canton.

1338. I. * WILLIAM PARSONS CASE, b. June 3, 1825.
1339. II. EVELINE URSULA CASE, b. Aug. 17, 1827; m. Samuel Allen, May 5,
1846; d. Jan. 12, 1898; no issue.
1340. III. WILBERT JOSEPH CASE, b. Aug. 5, 1833; m. Lucelia S. Wilcox,
Nov. 6, 1859; no issue.
1341. IV. MELISSA RACHEL CASE, b. March 7, 1836; m. Warner Freitaugh,
April 27, 1879. They had 2 children.

709. URSULA MOORE, b. Jan. 24, 1807, Southwick, Mass.; m. Milo, son of Samuel
and Rachael ((???)) Lee, Sept. 20, 1830.
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He was b. Westfield, Mass., July 14, 1807, d. North Canton, Conn., Feb. 1, 1872.
He was a farmer and wheelwright. She d. Barkhamstead, Jan. 18, 1892, and was
buried in North Canton.

They had 5 children, all b. North Canton, Conn.

1342. I. ELLEN URSULA LEE, b. Nov. 7, 1834.
1343. II. LUTHER MILO LEE, b. May 2, 1839; m. Laura May Shirk, Lancaster,
Pa., April 25, 1897.
1344. III. LEWIS HARRISON LEE, b. Jan. 16, 1841.
1345. IV. SHERMAN SAMUEL LEE, b. Feb. 23, 1846.
1346. V. ADAH BELLE LEE, b. Sept, 29, 1852.

710. ORRIN MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., April 16, 1810; m. Harriet Hayes,
March 30, 1830, and d. Dec. 27, 1896.

They had 5 children, all b. Southwick, Mass.

1347. I. HOMER P. MOORE, b. Jan. 27, 1831; m. Jennie S. Ridley, Oct. 16,
1860; address, Riverside, Cal., in 1898.
1348. II. BENTLEY O. MOORE, b. June 8, 1834; d. May 10, 1861.
1349. III. JANE E. MOORE, b. Nov. 28, 1835; d. Oct. 12, 1838.
1350. IV. JANE E. MOORE, b. April 9, 1839; m. Chas. W. Clark, Oct. 1, 1862.
They had 2 children--Hattie E. and Nettie E. Hattie m.; is
dead, leaving one child. Address (1898), 13 Washington St.,
Hartford, Conn.
1351. V. BIRNEY J. MOORE, b. Jan. 2, 1843; m. Julia K. de Clerq, June 3,
1873; no issue. Address (1898), 1734 Asbury Ave., Evanston, Ill.

721. CHESTER MOORE, b. Feb. 24, 1790; m. 1811, Martha, the dau. of Benjamin
and Sarah (Stratton) Cleveland; she b. Claremont, Sullivan Co., N. Y., July 7, 1787.
He d. McDonough, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1874. She d. there April 15, 1876. Benjamin
Cleveland served 7 years in the Revolutionary Army, and Chester Moore served 2
years in the war of 1812.

They had 8 children, b. McDonough, N. Y.

1352. I. * STOUGHTON MOORE, b. Oct. 15, 1812.
1353. II. OLIVER MOORE, b. Sept. 5, 1814; m. Catherine Williams; d.
Addison, Steuben Co., N. Y.
1354. III. BETSEY MOORE, b. June 11, 1816; d. Oct. 15, 1836.
1355. IV. LYMAN MOORE, b. June 15, 1818; d. in Iowa, in 1896.
1356. V. MARCIA MOORE, b. June 26, 1820; d. Oct. 9, 1869; unmarried,
1357. VI. CHESTER MOORE, b, Sept. 5, 1822; lost on The Central America
returning from California in 1859.
1358. VII. ZALMON MOORE, b. Sept. 18, 1824; d. Sept. 22, 1829.
1359. VIII. * SARAH CLEVELAND MOORE, b. May 12, 1829.

723. STOUGHTON MOORE, b. Lebanon, Conn., Sept. 7, 1794; d. Ontario,
Canada, May 16, 1838; m, Jan. 27, 1817, Maria, dau. of John Woodward and
Abigail (Rudd) Dewey. She was b. Lebanon, Conn., Sept. 10, 1794. Mr. Dewey was
a revolutionary soldier and d. on a visit to his dau., Mrs. Moore.

There were 9 children.

1360. I. JANE MOORE, b. Nov. 30, 1817; m. -- Clement.
1361. II. WILLIAM PITT MOORE, b. Jan. 21, 1820; lived in Hamilton, Ont.
1362. III. DE WITT CLINTON MOORE, b. Dec. 9, 1821; d. June 20, 1827.
1363. IV. DANIEL DEWEY MOORE, b. Oct. 25, 1823; m. Sophia King; res.
St. Catharine, Ont.
1364. V. STOUGHTON MOORE, b. Feb. 12, 1826; d. Aug. 23, 1832.
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1365. VI. LYMAN MOORE, b. Jan. 17, 1829; res. Hamilton, Ont.
1366. VII. HEZEKIAH RUDD MOORE, b. Nov. 11, 1830; d. Sept. 29, 1832.
1367. VIII. CELIA MOORE, b. July 7, 1833; m. Rev. H. Floyd, a Baptist minister
of Whitby, Ont.
1368. IX. CALVIN MOORE, b. July 7, 1835. (See Dewey Genealogy.)

724. SYLVANUS MOORE, b. Oct. 4, 1796; m. Nancy, dau. of Oliver and Martha (Paine)
Pettibone, Jan. 15, 1815. Martha and Marcia Paine, who m. Jonah Moore, were sisters, the
daughters of Dr. Barnabus Paine, of Amenia, Dutchess Co., N. Y. Sylvanus ran away from
home and went to his uncle, Oliver Pettibone at Kingston, now Dorranceton, Pa. He was in the
War of 1812. He married his cousin, then moved to Ohio, thence to Illinois. He left Illinois
April 9, 1845, and arrived at The Dalles, Oregon, Oct. 4, 1845.

Sylvanus and Nancy (Paine) Moore had 9 children.

1369. I. ESTHER MOORE, b. June 25, 1816; d. Aug. 4, 1818.
1370. II. * OLIVER MOORE, b. July 22, 1819.
1371. III. GEORGE H. MOORE, b. Aug. 22, 1821; d. April 21, 1824.
1372. IV. LOUISA MOORE, b. May 22, 1823; d. Aug. 20, 1830.
1373. V. MARTHA MOORE, b. Jan. 8, 1825; d. Jan. 5, 1837.
1374. VI. SYLVANUS MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1826; d., Oct. 22, 1845.
1375. VII. NANCY MOORE, b. March 28, 1828; d. Jan. 7, 1837.
1376. VIII. * MARCIA MOORE, b. March 29, 1824. (?)
1377. IX. * HENRY P. MOORE, b. April 9, 1836.

731. DIADAMIA MOORE, b. Jan. 21, 1793; m. Jan. 1, 1814; Adoniram Webb. He b.
March 22, 1794; d. Jan. 20, 1824. A "few years" after the death of Mr. Webb she m. A.
Murrey in Ohio, without issue.

There were 4 children by 1st marriage.

1378. I. ADALINE WEBB, b. June 30, 1815; d. March 13. 1816.
1379. II. * ADALINE L. WEBB, b. Feb. 6, 1817.
1380. III. LAURETTA MAY WEBB, b. March 27, 1819; d. Nov. 26, 1833.
1381. IV. REUBEN A. WEBB, b. May 12, 1822; d. Jan. 13, 1847; unmarried.

733. PLINY MOORE, b. Oct. 27, 1778; m. March 5, 1806, Sally, the dau. of Edward and
Polly (Chaffee) Davis. He d. Becket, Mass., Dec. 19, 1841; she d. Sept. 1, 1837.

There were 12 children.

1382. I. * ALMIRA MOORE, b. Hartland, Conn., Nov. 15, 1806.
1383. II. NEWBURY MOORE, b. March 12, 1808; d. March 22, 1808.
1384. III. ORPHA MOORE, b. March 25, 1809; d. Sept. 24, 1810.
1385. IV. * EDWARD MOORE, b. New Marlborough, Mass., Feb. 27, 1812.
1386. V. SARAH JANE MOORE, b. Jan. 19, 1814; m. Henry S. Rockwell; d.
April 21, 1837, without issue.
1387. VI. * AUSTIN DAVIS MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 22, 1816.
1388. VII. * ASA MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., May 5, 1819.
1389. VIII. ADALINE ADELIA MOORE, b. June 22, 1821; d. July 13, 1868; unmarried.
1390. IX. * ANGELINE AMELIA MOORE, b. June 22, 1821.
1391. X. MARIETTA MOORE, b. July 19, 1823; m. Isaiah Thomas, Becket,
Mass,, Nov. 24, 1841; d. May 19, 1842, without issue.
1392. XI. * JULIA MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Sept. 2, 1825.
1393. XII. LUTHER MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 28, 1831; d. April 4, 1832.

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1365. VI. LYMAN MOORE, b. Jan. 17, 1829; res. Hamilton, Ont.
1366. VII. HEZEKIAH RUDD MOORE, b. Nov. 11, 1830; d. Sept. 29, 1832.
1367. VIII. CELIA MOORE, b. July 7, 1833; m. Rev. H. Floyd, a Baptist minister
of Whitby, Ont.
1368. IX. CALVIN MOORE, b. July 7, 1835. (See Dewey Genealogy.)

724. SYLVANUS MOORE, b. Oct. 4, 1796; m. Nancy, dau. of Oliver and Martha (Paine)
Pettibone, Jan. 15, 1815. Martha and Marcia Paine, who m. Jonah Moore, were sisters, the
daughters of Dr. Barnabus Paine, of Amenia, Dutchess Co., N. Y. Sylvanus ran away from
home and went to his uncle, Oliver Pettibone at Kingston, now Dorranceton, Pa. He was in the
War of 1812. He married his cousin, then moved to Ohio, thence to Illinois. He left Illinois
April 9, 1845, and arrived at The Dalles, Oregon, Oct. 4, 1845.

Sylvanus and Nancy (Paine) Moore had 9 children.

1369. I. ESTHER MOORE, b. June 25, 1816; d. Aug. 4, 1818.
1370. II. * OLIVER MOORE, b. July 22, 1819.
1371. III. GEORGE H. MOORE, b. Aug. 22, 1821; d. April 21, 1824.
1372. IV. LOUISA MOORE, b. May 22, 1823; d. Aug. 20, 1830.
1373. V. MARTHA MOORE, b. Jan. 8, 1825; d. Jan. 5, 1837.
1374. VI. SYLVANUS MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1826; d., Oct. 22, 1845.
1375. VII. NANCY MOORE, b. March 28, 1828; d. Jan. 7, 1837.
1376. VIII. * MARCIA MOORE, b. March 29, 1824. (?)
1377. IX. * HENRY P. MOORE, b. April 9, 1836.

731. DIADAMIA MOORE, b. Jan. 21, 1793; m. Jan. 1, 1814; Adoniram Webb. He b.
March 22, 1794; d. Jan. 20, 1824. A "few years" after the death of Mr. Webb she m. A.
Murrey in Ohio, without issue.

There were 4 children by 1st marriage.

1378. I. ADALINE WEBB, b. June 30, 1815; d. March 13. 1816.
1379. II. * ADALINE L. WEBB, b. Feb. 6, 1817.
1380. III. LAURETTA MAY WEBB, b. March 27, 1819; d. Nov. 26, 1833.
1381. IV. REUBEN A. WEBB, b. May 12, 1822; d. Jan. 13, 1847; unmarried.

733. PLINY MOORE, b. Oct. 27, 1778; m. March 5, 1806, Sally, the dau. of Edward and
Polly (Chaffee) Davis. He d. Becket, Mass., Dec. 19, 1841; she d. Sept. 1, 1837.

There were 12 children.

1382. I. * ALMIRA MOORE, b. Hartland, Conn., Nov. 15, 1806.
1383. II. NEWBURY MOORE, b. March 12, 1808; d. March 22, 1808.
1384. III. ORPHA MOORE, b. March 25, 1809; d. Sept. 24, 1810.
1385. IV. * EDWARD MOORE, b. New Marlborough, Mass., Feb. 27, 1812.
1386. V. SARAH JANE MOORE, b. Jan. 19, 1814; m. Henry S. Rockwell; d.
April 21, 1837, without issue.
1387. VI. * AUSTIN DAVIS MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 22, 1816.
1388. VII. * ASA MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., May 5, 1819.
1389. VIII. ADALINE ADELIA MOORE, b. June 22, 1821; d. July 13, 1868; unmarried.
1390. IX. * ANGELINE AMELIA MOORE, b. June 22, 1821.
1391. X. MARIETTA MOORE, b. July 19, 1823; m. Isaiah Thomas, Becket,
Mass,, Nov. 24, 1841; d. May 19, 1842, without issue.
1392. XI. * JULIA MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Sept. 2, 1825.
1393. XII. LUTHER MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 28, 1831; d. April 4, 1832.
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736. OLIVER MOORE, b. Granby, Conn., Aug. 19, 1788; removed with his father to
Montgomery, Mass., in 1795, and m. Statira, the dau. of Eliphalet and Lucy (Bascom)
Hatch, in Montgomery, May 29, 1811. He was a very successful farmer and highly
respected citizen. He was instantly killed, Sept. 29, 1858, by the falling of a bridge while
crossing with his cattle on his way to a fair. His height was 5 feet, 10 inches, weight 165
pounds; eyes and hair dark. She was b. Southampton, Mass., Nov. 26, 1789, and d.
May 24, 1876. Both are buried in Montgomery.

They had 11 children, all b. Montgomery, Mass.

1394. I. OLIVER ATWATER MOORE, b. March 12, 1812; d. March 22, 1818.
1395. II. * STATIRA BASCOM MOORE, b. Jan. 24, 1814.
1396. III. CARMI CHARODON MOORE, b. Oct. 27, 1815; d. Oct. 1, 1818.
1397. IV. * DOLLY ANN MOORE, b. March 10, 1818.
1398. V. * SAMIRA WEALTHY MOORE, b. Sept. 10, 1820.
1399. VI. * OLIVER ATWATER MOORE, b. June 9, 1822.
1400. VII. * OCHTERLONY ANDER MOORE, b. Feb. 18, 1824.
1401. VIII. * MOSES EARL MOORE, b. June 3, 1826.
1402. IX. * HORACE FRANKLIN MOORE, b. Jan. 26, 1830.
1403. X. EMILY ELIZABETH MOORE, b. July 19, 1832. She m. Chelsea Upson
in 1853, and had son, Samuel Augustus Upson. b. July 20, 1856;
d. Aug. 29, 1895. She d. March 29, 1864. He was b. March 18.
1830; d. June 12, 1895.
1404. XI. * ORANGE SCOTT MOORE, b. June 18, 1834.

738. ABNER MOORE, b. Granby, Conn., Nov. 2, 1798; d. Montgomery, Mass., Sept.
27, 1864. He m. Lora, the dau. of Gamaliel and Priscilla (Bosworth) King, Nov. 9, 1820.
She was b. Montgomery, Mass., June 8, 1800; d. there, Aug. 26, 1872. Mr. Moore was
a farmer and a highly respected citizen.

There were 3 children, all b. Montgomery, Mass.

1405. I. LORA ANN MOORE, b. Nov. 18, 1821; m. Wm. Herrick Avery, Jan.
27, 1842; d. March 17, 1855, without issue.
1406. II. * LAURA ALMINA MOORE, b. June 10. 1826.
1407. III. * ABNER AUGUSTUS MOORE, b. Nov. 16, 1829.

739. IDUMEA MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass,, July 24, 1800; m. Avery, the son of
Elisha and Mercy (Avery) Chapman, at Montgomery, Nov. 30, 1820. He was b. in
Montgomery, Dec. 12, 1800, and d. Sept. 27, 1880. Was a farmer. She d. March 3,
1857. Both are buried at Montgomery, where their 11 children were born.

1408. I. NANCY CHAPMAN, b. Sept. 9, 1821; m. Joseph Loomis, Chicopee,
Mass, and d. without issue, Oct. 29, 1840,
1409. II. SOPHIA CHAPMAN, b. June 8, 1824; m. Joseph Avery, and had one
son, Gilson, who d. soon after his return from the war.
1410. III. * TIBERIAS CHAPMAN, b. Dec. 10, 1825.
1411. IV. * MARY R. CHAPMAN, b. March 5, 1828.
1412. V. MERCY ANN CHAPMAN, b. March 29, 1830; d. unmarried, March 4,
1863.
1413. VI. RHUMA CHAPMAN, b. Jan 21, 1832; m. Joseph Sheldon; d. March
14, 1857. They had son, Frank, now living with his father, at
Huntington, Mass.
1414 VII. * DELINA CHAPMAN, b. June 12, 1834.
1415. VIII. MARILLA CHAPMAN, b. Aug 20, 1837; d. unmarried, Nov. 10, 1857.
1416. IX. * ANNIS STATIRA CHAPMAN, b. June 12, 1839 (See No. 1401).
1417. X. * NANCY CHAPMAN, b. Jan. 11, 1842.
1418. XI. ERSELINE E. CHAPMAN, b. Feb. 11, 1844; d. March 2, 1857.
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740. ELIZA TRACY MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., March 25, 1799; m. Daniel, the
son of John and Abigail (Burrows) Smith, in 1823, and d. Oct. 3, 1880. He was b. in
Guilford, N. Y., in 1797, and d. in McDonough in 1877.

They had 10 children, all but two were b. in McDonough, N. Y.

1419. I. GEORGE HENRY SMITH, b. 1824; d. 1852. He m. Ann Eliza Sweetland
in 1846.
1420. II. ROXANA SMITH, b. April, 1826; m. Philetus Blackman; res. 1898,
Norwich, N. Y.
1421. III. CHARLES AMBROSE SMITH, b. April 4, 1827; m. Anna Elwood, 1846;
res. 1898, at Centralia, Lewis Co, Washington.
1422. IV. ALFRED SMITH, b Nov. 5, 1828; m. Cornelia Elwood, 1850; res.
1898, Mount Roderick, N. Y.
1423. V. CHAUNCEY SMITH, b. Smithville, Dec. 15, 1829; m. Polly Kenyon;
res. 1898, at Sycamore, De Kalb Co., Ill.
1424. VI. MYRON P. SMITH, b. Smithville, Nov. 1830; d. 1852, unmarried.
1425. VII. ELIZA SMITH, b. 1832; m. 1st, William Perry; 2d, Milo Webb, 1853;
res. 1898, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.
1426. VIII. ELIZABETH SMITH, b. 1834; m. Hiram Wright. 1853; d. 1862.
1427. IX. SARAH JANE SMITH, b. 1837; m. Samuel Fox, 1863; d. 1875.
1428. X. CYNTHIA H. SMITH, b. 1840; m. Henry Knickerbocker; res. 1898,
Ellisville, Fulton Co., Ill.
Charles and Chauncey served in the war in an Illinois regiment.

741. WILLIAM SANFORD MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1800; d. at Mt.
Upton, N. Y., May 1, 1882. He m. Mercy, the dau. of Ira and Margaret (Terry) Hayes, at
Latham's Corners, July 4, 1830. She d. at Mt. Upton, March 19, 1870. Both are buried at
White Store, Chenango Co., N. Y.

They had 1 child, b. Mt. Upton.

1429. I. * WILLIAM SANFORD MOORE, b. May 19, 1836.

742. NATHANIEL LOCK MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1802; d. Jan. 9,
1897. He m. Mary, the dau. of Ira S. and -- (Bilby) Palmer, at Perrington, N. Y., Feb. 8,
1827. She b. at Perrington, June 16, 1804; d. McDonough, Sept. 15, 1877. He was a
farmer.

They had 7 children, all b. McDonough, N. Y.

1430. I. IRA S. MOORE, b. Nov. 18, 1827; m. Lydia Darling, Jan, 20, 1850;
d. June 18. 1869.
1431. II. ANDREW JACKSON MOORE, b. Jan. 29, 1830; m. Charlotte Meeker,
Dec. 27, 1855.
1432. III. MARY JANE MOORE, b. Dec. 26, 1834; m. Julions Meeker, Sept. 20,
1854.
1433. IV. BURKE ELY MOORE, b. Aug. 6, 1838; m. Harriet Thompson, Feb.
15, 1860.
1434. V. SALLY F. MOORE, b. Sept. 4. 1841; m Isaac Simpson, Oct. 27, 1856.
1435. VI. HARRIET MOORE, b. Aug. 28, 1844; d. March 9, 1849.
1436. VII. ORCELIA E. MOORE, b. July 9, 1848; m. Charles Drake, March 1,
1871; d. Feb. 5 1873.

744. LYSANDER MOORE, b. McDonough, Chenango Co., N Y., Sept. 24, 1805; m.
Esther, dau. of Job and Ruth (Terry)
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Wilcox, at Oxford, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1827; d. Nov. 27, 1898, at Oxford, N. Y. She
was b. Norwich, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1806; d. Jan. 7, 1892.

Mr. Moore was a farmer and lumberman. He was born when Chenango county,
New York, was covered with the primeval forest. As he grew to manhood he
began the clearing for his farm of over three hundred acres where he lived till about
seventeen years before the date of his death. He had always enjoyed the best of
health, never but once having called a physician for himself until about two years
before his death, when he began to feel the infirmities of advancing years. About
two weeks before his death he sustained a paralytic shock and from that time on
he gradually failed till the end.

"He was an old line Whig, but after the formation of the Republican party he voted
its ticket, and has never missed but one election since, and then was absent from
home in the West."

He took great interest in the preservation of the records of the family, and
contributed materially to the search for the records of the descendants of his
grandfather, Jonah Moore. Feb. 25, 1898, Mr. Moore sent the following records
to the writer. He said: "I have an old book in my possession, that was my father's,
which was printed in London in 1748 and has these death records: `William Gibbs
departed this life March 22, 1777. Elizabeth Gibbs died Nov. 4, 1789, aged 81
years. Mary Moore died Dec. 1, 1807, age 74 years. Jonah Moore d. Nov. 28,
1813, age 78 years.'" He adds: "William and Elizabeth Gibbs were my father's
grandparents; Jonah and Mary Moore were my father's parents." The mistake in
this record is material. In 1740, the Episcopal parish of St. Andrews in Simsbury,
Conn., was organized. In 1744, Rev. William Gibbs was sent to the mission by a
missionary society of London. After 10 years he was rendered incapable of
performing the duties of his office by the savage treatment of the authorities for
refusing to pay a tax for the support of the Congregational Church. He died March
22, 1777, "in the 63d year of his age, and the 33d of his mission, and 23d of his
illness." Elizabeth Gibbs, who died in 1789, at the age of 81 was his sister and
kept house for him for 30 years. These two people were brother and sister, neither
of them ever married, and still they have gone into the records as the ancestors of
numerous descendants. The mistake occurred in this way:

1. JOHN GIBBS of Boston, a tobacconist, m. Mary and had 4 children.
I. JOHN GIBBS, m.(???); was a painter in Boston.
II. MARY GIBBS, m. William Ridout, May 22, 1728.
III. ELIZABETH GIBBS, b. 1708; d. Nov. 4, 1789; unmarried.
IV. WILLIAM GIBBS, b 1714; rector St. Andrews; d. 1777; unmarried.
2. MARY GIBBS, who m. William Ridout, had 3 children, and d. before 1735.

They were:

I. SARAH RIDOUT, b. --; m. -- Holcomb.
II. WILLIAM RIDOUT, b. --; d. before 1800.
III. MARY RIDOUT, b. 1733; m. Jonah Moore; d. Dec. 1, 1807, age 74.

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When Rev. William Gibbs d. in 1777, his sister, Elizabeth, was appointed
administratrix and Jonah Moore went on her bond. When the property of Elizabeth
was distributed in 1800, it went to widow, Sarah Holcomb, and to Mary Moore,
the wife of Jonah Moore.

Here is a letter from William Ridout to Mrs. Mary Gibbs, his mother-in-law.
Scrawled on this letter, evidently by another hand and at a subsequent time are
"Mary" and "Ridout."

BARBADOES, March ye 3d, 1734-5.
HONORED MADAM:

I congratulate you on your sons safe arrival After twenty-five days passage. I hope
these lines will find you and my dear children as well as it leaves me and your son
William. (He speaks of his satisfaction in having) "2 of ye 3 lovely children--left me
by my dear Wife in their early years in the care of her loving mother--She was not
only good to you but was a loving Tender Chaste, industrious obedient &
Charmingly pleasant Wife to me. Pray give my love to my children, to Brother
Gibbs (the painter), To Sister Elizabeth Gibbs.

Your son and servant,
WILLIAM RIDOUT.

It seems that the youngest, Mary, went to live with her uncle and aunt, William and
Elizabeth Gibbs, took their name and was finally, by her grandchildren, supposed to
be their daughter.

Lysander and Esther (Wilcox) Moore had 7 children, all b. McDonough, N. Y.

1437. I. * JOSHUA B. MOORE, b. July 16, 1829.
1438. II. * JULIAN B. MOORE, b. June 24, 1831.
1439. III. * RUTH I. MOORE, b. March 9, 1834.
1440. IV. SARAH M. MOORE, b. Nov. 17, 1836. Unmarried. She has cared
for her father.
1441. V. * PHILLIP K. MOORE, b. March 15, 1839.
1442. VI. * SYLVANUS MOORE, b. July 24, 1841.
1443. VII. * ERWIN G. MOORE, b. May 31, 1845.

745. CYNTHIA MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., June 15, 1809; m. at Smithville,
N. Y., Feb., 1827, Vincent, the son of Edward and Polly (Smith) Loomis, as his
second wife. She d. Aug. 8, 1839, and he m. for his 3d wife Mrs. Lucy Hamilton.
His first wife was Polly Williams. He was born Dec. 4, 1799, and d. Nov. 27,
1864. Both are buried at Tyner, N. Y. He was a farmer.

Vincent and Cynthia (Moore) Loomis had 4 children, b. Smithville, N. Y.

1444. I. POLLY LOOMIS, b. 1829; m. Hiram Norris.
1445. II. BETSEY LOOMIS, b. 1830; m. William Adams.
1446. III. JANE LOOMIS, b. 1831; d. 1832.
1447. IV. * HENRY LOOMIS, b. June 18, 1832.

746. SYLVANUS MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., June 7, 1812; d. in
Outagamie Co., Wis., March 8, 1895, and is buried in Leeman Cemetery. He m.
Mary Dean, dau. of Simon and Phoebe (Cartwright) Willcox, at Preston, N. Y.,
Jan. 12, 1834. She was

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b. at Preston, Sept. 5, 1809, and d. at Olmsville, Pa., July 21, 1878, and is buried in
West Branch Cemetery.

Mr. Moore settled first in McDonough and engaged in the lumber business. In 1854
he removed to Wellsborough, Pa., where he engaged in farming, and in 1864 removed
to Wisconsin, where he died.

They had 5 children, b. East McDonough, N. Y.

1448. I. * CHARLOTTE LUCRETIA MOORE, b. Sept. 20, 1834.
1449. II. * WILLIAM SANFORD MOORE, b. April 18, 1838,
1450. III. * LOUISA AUGUSTA MOORE, b. April 22, 1840.
1451. IV. * CHARLES ADELBERT MOORE, b. Oct. 14, 1843.
1452. V. HERMON SYLVANUS MOORE, b. June 9, 1850. He m. Mary Jane
Carr, March 31, 1885, at Elmer, Pa. She b. Hammondsport,
N. Y.; no issue.

747. ANDREW JACKSON MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1814; d.
Dec. 14, 1852. He m. Lucinda, the dau. of Gideon and Polly (Dodge) Lawton, who
was b. at Cincinnatus, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1815.

They had 5 children, b. McDonough, N. Y.

1453. I. * FRANCES ADELINE MOORE, b. Aug. 29, 1836.
1454. II. BETSEY MARIA MOORE, b. Sept. 10, 1838; m. Ray D. Dwight,
March 8, 1858; d. Aug. 15, 1872.
1455. III. CYNTHIA HONEWELL MOORE, b. April 22, 1841; m. Richard S.
Davenport, Nov. 8, 1864.
1456. IV. MINERVA LOVINA MOORE, b. Nov. 24, 1844; d. Aug. 2, 1848.
1457. V. HENRY BILLINGS MOORE, b. Aug. 19, 1847; d. Oct. 1, 1864. He
belonged to Co. "L," 20th N. Y. Cavalry; d. Portsmouth, Va.

748. MARY ELIZABETH MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1825; d.
Washington, D. C., March 7, 1895. She m. Edmond, the son of Seth and Joanna
(Fitts) Curtis, at McDonough, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1851. Mr. Curtis learned the carpenter's
trade at the age of 18, at which he worked in the summer and taught school in the
winter. He was clerk in the U. S. Treasury from 1861 to 1877, when he was Dep. 2d
Comptroller. He was out of office for 4 years, but since 1882 has been in the P. O.
Department. He was b. in McDonough, March 9, 1826.

There are 2 children, b. McDonough, N. Y.

1458. I. * FRANK B. CURTIS, b. Jan. 18, 1853.
1459. II. * CLARENCE E. CURTIS, b. Dec. 24, 1855.

751. GEORGE H. MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1830; m. Lauretta E.,
dau. of Ely and Marilla (Curtis) Widger, 1852.

They had 1 child.

1460. I. GEORGE E. MOORE, b. Barton, Wis., 1863; m. Harriet Worden,
March 10, 1890; address, Scott, Sheboygan Co., Wis.

763. EDMUND THOMPSON, b. Granby, Conn., Jan. 22, 1788; m. Sept. 14,
1809, Sophia Pinney. She b. Simsbury, Conn., July

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27, 1792; d. East Granby, Dec. 6, 1863. He d. April 22, 1862. Both are buried East
Granby. He was a carriage manufacturer and farmer.

There were 3 children, b. East Granby.

1461. I. * DELIA ANN THOMPSON, b Aug. 1, 1811.
1462. II. * EDWARD PINNEY THOMPSON, b. Aug. 25, 1819.
1463. III. WILLIAM NORWOOD THOMPSON, b. June 8, 1823; d. Feb. 14, 1848.

764. LOTT THOMPSON, b. April 24, 1792; m. at Bloomfield, Conn., April 27, 1820,
Abigail, dau. of Rev. Ashbel and Acsah (Francis) Gillett. She d. April 5, 1859, at
Willoughby, Ohio. He was a member of the Baptist Church, and a carriage manufacturer in
East Granby, Conn. In 1824 he removed to Penfield, N. Y., and in the summer of 1836 to
Willoughby, Ohio. In 1859 he went to Ypsilanti, Mich., where he d. Nov. 30, 1867.

They had 7 children.

1464. I. * LUCIUS GILLETT THOMPSON, b. E. Granby, Oct. 8, 1821.
1465. II. * LOUISA FRANCES THOMPSON, b. E Granby, Aug. 22, 1823.
1466. III. * CORWIN CUSHMAN THOMPSON, b. Penfield, N. Y., March 26, 1826.
1467. IV, * CHARLES FRANK THOMPSON, b. Penfield, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1828.
1468. V. * JAMES BURT THOMPSON, b. Penfield, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1831.
1469. VI. * HELEN MARIA THOMPSON, b. Penfield, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1834.
1470. VII. ABIGAIL AMELIA THOMPSON, b. Willoughby, Ohio, April 10, 1837.
She d. unmarried, Sept. 8, 1901, and is interred at Lacon, Ill.
"She made her home with her sister Helen, was an invalid but a
patient woman, always helpful to all with whom she became
acquainted."

765. CHARLES THOMPSON, son of Edmund and Gloriana (Moore) Thompson, was b.
(???), "in the neighborhood of East Granby. He m. March 22, 1820, Helen Maria, dau. of
Jonathan Palmer, of Bloomfield. Conn. Charles Thompson was an ardent worker in all
moral and religious movements and was one of the founders of the Bloomfield Methodist
Church." Charles and Helen Maria (Palmer) Thompson d. early and are buried at
Bloomfield, Conn.

They had 3 children, b. there.

1471. I. * CHARLES RODNEY THOMPSON, b. Jan. 28, 1821.
1472. II. HELEN MARIA PALMER THOMPSON, b. Dec. 22, 1823; d. young, and
is buried in Bloomfield.
1473. III. * JONATHAN PALMER THOMPSON, b. July 25, 1826.

766. GEORGE W. THOMPSON, b. June 6, 1803; m. Emma, dau. of Orator Pinney, Esq.,
of Simsbury, Conn., Sept. 20, 1827. He d. March 4, 1882. She b. Jan. 1, 1806; d. April 2,
1881.

They had 1 child.

1474. I. * EMMA GLORIANA THOMPSON, b. Feb. 1, 1827.

767. HARLOW MOORE, b. July 10, 1792; m. May 2, 1825, at Windsor, Conn.,
Dulcena, the dau. of Benoni, Jr., and Chloe (Barnard) Case, of Rainbow (Windsor). He d.
Jan. 21, 1858. She d.
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Aug. 20, 1868, aged 71. He was a large land owner and kept the hotel in Rainbow.

There were 4 children. It is said they d. of scarlet fever.

1475. I. EDGAR MOORE, b. July 2, 1826; d. Feb. 24, 1839.
1476. II. ALBERT MOORE, b. May 19, 1829; d. Feb. 7, 1834.
1477. III. CATHERINE D. MOORE, b. Sept. 2, 1833; d. Feb. 22, 1839.
1478. IV. ALBERT C. MOORE. b. Aug. 29, 1836; d. Dec. 25, 1838.

772. HENRY BACON MOORE, b. Oct. 29, 1803; m. Susan A., dau. of Samuel
and Kesiah (Thrall) Barnard, b. Aug. 14, 1817, m. Aug. 29, 1838. He d. July 8,
1869, and she Feb. 6, 1901.

They had 2 children.

1479. I. * HENRY BARNARD MOORE, b. May 25. 1839.
1480. II. * MARTHA SUSAN MOORE, May 27, 1841.

775. CHAUNCEY SMITH, b. April 4, 1810; d. Jan. 21, 1872; m. 1839, Emily,
dau. of Warren and Petty ((???)) Smith, b. 1818, at Suffield, Conn. She d. there
about 1854. He m. 2d, Clara Williams March 31, 1858. After his death she m. 2d,
William A. Jamison, April 9, 1873, and resides at Niagara Falls, N. Y. Mr. Smith
was a contractor and builder. Height, 6 feet; hair, black; eyes, gray.

Children of Chauncey and Emily (Smith) Smith, b. Suffield,
Conn.:

1481. I. * WILLIAM HARRISON SMITH, b. --, 1840.
1482. II. OSCAR LEANDER SMITH, b. --, 1842; unmarried He enlisted Aug.
12, 1862, in Co. "I," 7th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, and
was killed, July 11, 1863, at Fort Wagner, S. C.

776. GEORGE SMITH, b. Dec. 20, 1812; m. at Hartford, Conn,, Jan. 21, 1840,
Almira, dau. of Julius and Marcia (Jacobs) Dunham. Julius Dunham was a farmer,
residing at Mansfield, Conn. Almira (Dunham) Smith was b. Jan. 22, 1821, at
Mansfield, Conn.. George Smith was a farmer at Suffield, Conn., where he d. Dec.
17, 1845. He is buried at Suffield. "He was a good, kind-hearted man, a great
worker. His health was poor the last year of his life, he mourned so much for the loss
of his boy."

They had 1 child:

I. WINFIELD SMITH, b. Jan. 9, 1841; d. July 12, 1844.

777. CATHERINE SMITH, b. June 9, 1815; m. John, son of Roswell Adams. He
was b. Oct. 12, 1811, and d. at West Suffield, Conn., Oct. 12, 1857. He was a
carpenter. Catherine (Smith) Adams d. at West Suffield, Conn., April 28, 1864.

They had 3 children, b. at Suffield, Conn.

1483. I. * MARY JANE ADAMS, b. Aug. 14, 1841.
1484. II. * ELLEN MARIA ADAMS, b. Nov. 9, 1843.
1485. III. * GEORGIANA ADAMS, b. Aug. 27, 1847.

778. THOMAS SMITH, b. Suffield, Conn., Oct. 4, 1818; m. at Granby, Conn.,
May 25, 1843, Abby Henrietta, dau. of Erastus
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Pinney, of E. Granby. She d. New York City, June 23, 1864. He d. June 11, 1868, and
both are buried at White Plains, N. Y. He was a member of the firm of Albro & Smith of
New York City.

They had 3 children.

1486. I. HELEN ABBY SMITH, b. Granby, Dec. 3, 1844. She m. in New
York, June 28, 1870, Malvin Augustus, son of George Washington
and Rebecca Munroe (Hill) Gladding. No issue.
1487. II. * THOMAS ALBRO SMITH, b. Granby, Oct. 1, 1853.
1488. III. * HERBERT PINNEY SMITH, b. New York City, Dec. 6, 1858.

779. ALFRED SMITH, b. Suffield, Conn., Aug. 14, 1821; m. at Worcester, Mass.,
Dec. 27, 1851, Ann Maria, dau. of Anson and Anna (Patch) Braman. She b.
Worcester, Mass., June 27, 1829, and d. there July 14, 1859. He d. at Lowell, Mass.,
Aug. 21, 1891. Both are buried at Worcester. He was a car-builder by trade.

There were 3 children, b. Worcester, Mass.

1489. I. * MELVIN BRAMAN SMITH, b. Feb. 13, 1853.
1490. II. ANN MAUD SMITH, b. May 15, 1854; m. Addison Merrill, Dec. 6,
1883. She d. April 30, 1886; 2 children--Jennie Maud, b. Sept.
13, 1884; Arthur Smith, b. Dec. 25, 1885.
1491. III. ANN MARIA SMITH, b. July 13, 1859; d. Oct. 2, 1859.

780. CHARLES ANSON SMITH, b. Oct. 4, 1824; m. at Suffield, Conn., Jan. 1,
1849, Ellen Jane, dau. of Seymour and Maria (Olds) Viets. She was b. Becket, Mass.,
Nov. 23, 1831. He was a carpenter and farmer, residing in Suffield, Conn. He moved to
Ohio and Minnesota in 1856, but returned to Connecticut in 1860, where he resided till
the date of his death, Oct. 18, 1895. He served in the War of the Rebellion in Co. "G,"
22d Regiment (Connecticut Volunteers (?).

There were 5 children, all but one b. Suffield. Conn.

1492. I. EDGAR NORWOOD SMITH, b. July 2, 1850; unmarried. He has
conducted a grocery business in Windsor. Conn., and in Springfield,
Mass. He traveled for the Derby Silver Co., Birmingham,
Conn., for 5 years.
1493. II. CHARLES ORVILLE SMITH, b. Sept. 24, 1853; m. at Windsor, Conn.,
May 15, 1889, Grace, dau. of William and Rhoda Ann (Griswold)
Harvey. She was b. Windsor, Conn., May 26, 1864. He is a
harness manufacturer at Suffield.
1494. III. * FREDERICK ARTHUR SMITH, b. June 25, 1855.
1495. IV. * GEORGE LETTS SMITH, b. New Lexington, Ohio, Oct. 22, 1858.
1496. V. * MINNIE ISABELLE SMITH, b. Nov. 20, 1860.

782. WILLIAM POMEROY MOORE, b. Dec. 5, 1814; m. Jan. 18, 1842, Florilla
Maria, dau. of Elijah and Florilla (Hubbard) Talcott. Florilla (Hubbard) Talcott was b.
June 6, 1797, and d. Jan. 13, 1888. She was a great-great-great-granddaughther of
Capt. Elizur and Mary (Pynchon) Holyoke. Florilla Maria (Talcott) Moore was b.
Manchester, Conn., March 6, 1819, and d. in
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Rainbow, Conn., Aug. 25, 1865. He was a farmer and d. in Rainbow, March 12, 1883.

There were 7 children, b. Rainbow, Conn.

1497. I. * EMERSON WILLIAM MOORE, b. Aug. 9, 1844.
1498. II. FLORILLA ELIZABETH MOORE, b. June 26, 1846; d. Dec. 24, 1861.
1499. III. TALCOTT ELIAS MOORE, b. June 5, 1848; d. Nov. 18, 1849.
1500. IV. * ELLEN MARIA MOORE, b. April 3, 1850.
1501. V. ELIZA ANN MOORE, b. Feb. 16, 1852; d. July 12, 1853.
1502. VI. * CHARLES DENISON MOORE, b. Feb. 12, 1858.
1503. VII. GEORGE TALCOTT MOORE, b. March 31, 1860; d. Aug. 25, 1860.

786. MARTHA MOORE, b. Westfield (?), Mass., Jan. 22, 1795; m. Aaron, the son of
Aaron and Mindwell L. (Phelps) Spencer, at Canandaigua, N. Y., in 1813. She d. at
Moscow, Mich., in 1855. Aaron Spencer, Sen., was b. at sea, and the subject of this
sketch at Canandaigua, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1792. He was a soldier in the War of 1812 and
the Black Hawk War. He was at the battle of Lundy's Lane and at the capture of Fort
Erie; spiked the guns of the fort when it was abandoned. In 1833 he purchased a large
tract of land in Michigan and moved to Moscow in that state. In 1851 he went to
California by the overland route. He d. Dayton, California, in Sept. 1873.

They had 11 children, all but the last b. Canandaigua, N. Y.

1504. I. MARCIA SPENCER, b. 1815; m. Peter Atwell, 1833; d. Aug. 9, 1846.
1505. II. * JULIA B SPENCER, b. Jan. 8, 1817.
1506. III. * JOEL AARON SPENCER, b. Jan. 22, 1819.
1507. IV. * MINDWELL L. SPENCER, b. Jan. 26, 1821.
1508. V. CYNTHIA MOORE SPENCER, b. July 8, 1823; m. Dickson Roberts,
1854; d. 1898; m. 2d, Nathan Williams, 1864; m. 3d, Wm. Luton,
1876; no issue.
1509. VI. BRADLEY SPENCER, b. 1825; d. 1895; m. Jane Brown, 1848.
1510. VII. JOHN SPENCER, b 1826; d. 1833.
1511. VIII. SARAH A. SPENCER, b. 1828; m. Elijah Nichols, 1846; d. California,
1873.
1512. IX. * CLARISSA MOORE SPENCER, b. Jan. 13, 1832.
1513. X. JOHN TAYLOR SPENCER, b. 1834; m. Betsey Lucinda Richards; no
issue.
1514. XI. AMASA B. SPENCER, b. Aug. 4, 1838; m. Frances Carpenter, Aug.
25, 1863.

788. HARRIET MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 20, 1798; m. John Howey, at
Canandaigua, N. Y., March 5, 1818. He was b. in Canada, Sept. 10, 1795, and d.
Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1863. He was a farmer. She d. Sept. 13, 1848. Both are
buried in Root Cemetery, Canandaigua.

There were 7 children, all b. Canandaigua, N. Y.

1515. I. * JOEL MOORE HOWEY, b. Jan. 30, 1819.
1516. II. SARAH L. HOWEY, b. April 2, 1821; m. Edward Brunson, 1876: d.
1881; no issue.
1517. III. LUCRETIA E. HOWEY, b. June 3, 1823; m. Lorenzo H. Tillotson; d.
Aug. 7, 1880, without issue.
1518. IV. THOMAS HOWEY, b. --; d. young.
1519. V. WILLIAM HOWEY, b. --; d. young.
1520. VI. * HARRIET A. HOWEY, b. Oct. 24, 1832.
1521. VII. JANE E. HOWEY, b. Oct. 26, 1834; m. Oscar Tillotson; d. Aug. 8,
1882.
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789. WILLIAM DELA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., May 1800; d. Placerville, Cal.,
May 16, 1851. He was a smith and wheelwright, and at the time of death was engaged in
mining. He m. Edna, the dau. of Dyer and Margaret (Jones) Castle, at Canandaigua, N. Y.
She was b. there March 30, 1804, and d. Menominee, Wis., March 26, 1877, and buried
at Lodi, Columbia Co., Wis.

They had 14 children.

1522. I. MARY MOORE, b. --, Rochester, N. Y.; m. Alonzo Sharp; d. Hillsdale,
Mich. She left son, Herbert, and dau. Fanny.
1523. II. MARGARET MOORE, b. --; m. Sylvester Niblack; d. Canandaigua.
She left children, William and Edna, deceased.
1524. III. EDNA ADELIA MOORE, b. --; m. Israel Barnard; d. at Lodi, Wis.
1525. IV. JANE MOORE, b. --; d. Adams, Hillsdale Co., Mich.
1526. V. * FRANCES MELISSA MOORE, b. Granger, Medina Co., Ohio, April 21,
1834.
1527. VI. * HARRIET MOORE, b. Granger, Ohio, June 23, 1836.
1528. VII. CAROLINE DIANTHA MOORE, b. --; d. Adams, Mich.
1529. VIII. * CHARLES WILLIAM MOORE, b. Hillsdale, Mich, Nov. 3, 1842.
1530. IX. DYER CASTLE MOORE, b. --; d. Adams, Mich.
1531. X. Son, d. infancy,|twins.
1532. XI. Son, d. infancy,|
1533. XII. |
1534. XIII. |Three daughters, d. at birth, triplets.
1535. XIV. |

791. CYNTHIA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 1805; d. Scipio, Mich., Oct., 1842.
She m. Horace Case, who was b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 1801; d. Scipio, Mich., 1862. He
was a farmer. He m. 2d, Mrs. Edwards, in 1844, and 3d, Priscilla Pierce, in Penn Yan, N.
Y.

There were 8 children, by the first marriage.

1536. I. * WILLIAM CASE, b. Franklin, Mich., July, 1829.
1537. II. * WILLIS CASE, b. Franklin, Mich., July, 1829.
1538. III. CANDACE CASE, b. Franklin, Mich, July, 1831; d. July 29, 1891;
unmarried. "One of the best of women."
1539. IV. * SARAH CASE, b. Franklin, Mich., April 22, 1834.
1540. V. HELEN M. CASE, b. Scipio, Mich., Aug. 4, 1836; d. Dec. 8, 1840.
1541. VI. MARY E. CASE, b. Scipio, Mich., Aug. 20, 1838; d. April 15, 1841.
1542. VII. * EDNA C. CASE, b. Scipio. Oct. 5, 1840.
1543. VIII. * DANIEL H. CASE, b. Oct. 2, 1842.

792. CLARISSA MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., June 27, 1807; d. Litchfield, Mich.,
Dec. 14, 1888. She m. Lambert Allen, at Franklin, Mich., 1835. He was b. Egremont,
Mass., Feb. 11, 1803, the son of Elijah and Eleanor ((???)) Allen. Both were devoted
Christians, and she was one of 7 who organized the first religious society in Litchfield. He
d. June 14, 1890.

They had 2 children, b. Litchfield, Mich.

1544. I. HARRIET FRANCES ALLEN, b. --; d. young.
1545. II. MARY J. ALLEN, b. Feb. 9, 1840; m. George W. Dobson, Feb. 15,
1872. He was b. Stainton, England, Sept. 12, 1842. He enlisted
in the army when 19 years of age and served for 3 years
and 2 months. His service was mostly in the army of the
Potomac, being engaged in 48 battles during his term of service.
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793. JOEL MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1809; m. Hannah N., dau. of
Thomas Tower. She d. Moscow, Mich., March 19, 1853. He d. Moscow, Mich., Jan.
7, 1877. Both are buried at Hanover, Mich. He m. 2d, Margaret McKercher, Sept.
30, 1853, who d. July 4, 1886. He was a farmer, "Republican in politics and orthodox
in religion;" 5 feet, 9 inches, in height; gray eyes, and black hair.

They had 4 children, b. Moscow, Mich.

1546. I. * EDWIN R. MOORE, b. March 17, 1843.
1547. II. * DIANTHA R. MOORE, b. Aug. 28, 1846.
1548. III. * WILSON W. MOORE, b. March 2, 1852,
1549. IV. * WILLIAM W. MOORE, b. March 2, 1852.

794. SARAH MOORE, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1812; m. Alfred David, son
of Thomas and Lucy (Wilkins) Nelson, at Litchfield, Mich., May 1, 1836. She d.
Oakland, Cal., Aug. 10, 1880. He was b. in New York State, April 20, 1812; d.
Nelson, Butte Co., Cal., Dec. 31, 1878. Both are buried at Chico, Cal. He was a
farmer.

There were 8 children.

1550. I. * CYNTHIA CASE NELSON, b. Saginaw, Mich., April 8, 1838.
1551. II. * THOMAS NELSON, b. Saginaw, Mich., Dec. 25, 1839.
1552. III. JOEL MOORE NELSON, b. Litchfield, Mich., Feb. 26, 1842; m.
Maria T. Forbes, Aug., 1870. "He is a farmer of 7,000 acres
of Land. Has 3,500 acres of wheat sown for the harvest of 1901.
Is always the friend of the unfortunate. No man in trouble ever
applied to him in vain." He is 6 feet in height, eyes gray, hair
light, No issue.
1553. IV. HENRY NELSON, b. Litchfield, Mich., July 29, 1844; m. Eva, dau.
of Isaac and Elizabeth (Sopris) Snook, at Chico, Cal., Sept. 25,
1898. He is a lawyer, graduated from Michigan University in
class of 1872. He has been prosecuting attorney of his county
twice and circuit court commissioner twice. Is 5 feet, 9 inches,
dark eyes and black hair, weight 180. No issue.
1554. V. * CHARLES A. NELSON, b. Litchfield, Mich., Sept. 19, 1846.
1555. VI. HORACE CASE NELSON, b. Scipio, Mich., Oct. 14, 1848; d. July 2,
1852. He was killed by falling into a well.
1556. VII. * OSCAR WILLIAM NELSON, b. Scipio, Mich., Oct. 15, 1850.
1557. VIII. * SARAH LUCY NELSON, b. Pulaski, Mich., Jan. 23, 1857,

797. JOHN LANSING MOORE, b. West Turin, Lewis Co., N. Y., Feb. 17, 1803;
d. Silver Lake, Shawnee Co., Kansas, Jan. 23, 1878. He m. Nancy Green, whose
mother's maiden name was Chapman, b. Herkimer Co., N. Y., Aug. 10, 1800. She d.
Springfield, Ohio, Nov. 29, 1857. He m. 2d, Harriet, the dau. of Thomas Van Horn,
and widow of Rev. Enos French, whose 1st wife had been Julia Ann, the sister of John
Lansing Moore. The 2d wife d. at Manhattan, Kansas, 1884. Rev. John Lansing
Moore, D. D., was a member of the 1st class of the Hamilton Theological Institute, now
Madison University, Hamilton, N. Y. He went to Ohio under the auspices of the
American Baptist Home Missionary Society, of which he was a pioneer mover. For
many years he was a foremost man in the denomination in Ohio. He was 5 feet,
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8 inches high, with brown hair and blue eyes. "He was an earnest and eloquent preacher
and an evangelist of great power." He moved to Shawnee Co., Kansas, in 1870.

There were 3 children, all by 1st marriage.

1558. I. MILTON GREEN MOORE, b. Piqua, Ohio, July 11, 1835; m. Mary
C. Galligher, Springfield, Ohio, March 2, 1870; no issue. He
served from Dec. 10, 1861, to Dec. 10, 1864, as private Co. "I,"
4th Infantry, California Volunteers.
1559. II. * JOHN HOWARD MOORE, b. Troy, Ohio, Feb. 21, 1837.
1560. III. * ALPHEUS S. MOORE, b. Dayton, Ohio, March 22, 1839.

801. NATHANIEL W. MOORE, b. West Turin, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1811; d. Westville,
New Haven Co., Conn., March 10, 1892. He m. Amanda, dau. of Aaron and Dorothy
(Clark) Dewey, at Turin, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1837. She b. Lisle, Broom Co., N. Y., Feb. 2,
1815; d. Westville, Conn., Jan. 7, 1899. He was educated at the Lowville, N. Y.,
Academy, and taught school for several years. He was a prominent member of the
Baptist Church. Was 5 feet, 8 1/2 inches in height, complexion light, brown hair and blue
eyes, weight 150.

There were 3 children, b. West Turin, Lewis Co., N. Y.

1561. I. MARY AMANDA MOORE, b. May 22, 1838.
1562. II. JANE IRENE MOORE, b. Feb. 23, 1847; m. Henry Hiram Taylor,
in New Haven, Conn., April 29, 1874, her present address. No
issue.
1563. III. DWIGHT NATHANIEL MOORE, b. Sept. 5, 1848; m. Westville, Conn.,
Feb. 21, 1901, Helen Whiting, dau. of Eleazar and Helen (Whiting)
Fitch. She b. March 27, 1873, at Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

809. SAMUEL MOORE b. Martinsburg, Lewis Co., N. Y., June 14, 1808; d. Detroit,
Mich., March 20, 1844; m. at Martinsburg, Dec. 1, 1829, Lucia Shaler, dau. of David
and Esther (Bush) Hazen, b. Martinsburg, April 5, 1807; d. Shiawassee, Mich., Dec. 10,
1871. He was a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Martinsburg, N. Y.

1564. I. * OSCAR CARLOS MOORE, b. Sept. 27, 1830.
1565. II. * HELEN NANCY MOORE, b. April 20, 1832.
1566. III. * WILLIAM WALLACE MOORE, b. April 10, 1833.

812. JAMES DUANE MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., April 30, 1816; d. Lowville, N.
Y., Aug. 29, 1892. He m. Emily, the dau. of Bradford and Rheuma (Ela) Arthur, at
Martinsburg, Jan. 8, 1839. She was b. at Martinsburg, March 31, 1818, and d. there,
April 23, 1892. Mr. Moore was but 10 years of age when his father died. His brothers
married soon after and he was left in the care of the farm where he always lived. He cared
for his aged mother who lived to her 94th year.

There were 9 children, all b. Martinsburg, N. Y.

1567. I. EMILY MARIA MOORE, b. Jan. 8, 1840; d. unmarried, Feb. 26, 1875.
1568. II. * MARY AUGUSTA MOORE, b. Dec. 8, 1842.
1569. III. * CHARLES DUANE MOORE, b. Nov. 28, 1844.
1570. IV. * ORRIN BRADFORD MOORE, b. Jan. 22, 1847.
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1571. V. * FRANCES LOUISE MOORE, b. Jan. 13, 1849.
1572. VI. * DEWITT CLINTON MOORE, b. June 9, 1851.
1573. VII. * CLARENCE JAY MOORE, b. June 5, 1853.
1574. VIII. * SAMUEL ELA MOORE, b. Aug. 15, 1855.
1575. IX. WILLIAM WALLACE MOORE, b. Aug. 28, 1858; unmarried.

814. BETSEY MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., May 22, 1808; d. there, Sept. 3, 1846.
She m. Harris, the son of Harris and Irene (Parks) Bartholomew, at Montgomery, Mass.,
April 16, 1834. He was b. Montgomery, Mass., Sept. 11, 1813, and d. Indianapolis, Ind.,
March 21, 1887. He was a merchant; was 5 feet, 11 inches in height, brown hair and light
complexion; was a member of the Massachusetts legislature, 1850-'51; trustee and school
committeeman in Herman, N. Y. He m. 2d, Deborah Spaulding Colman, Dec. 14, 1847.

There were 13 children, all but the 3d, 12th and 13th b. in Easthampton, Mass.

1576. I. A daughter, b. Feb. 7, 1835; d. same day.
1577. II. JANE BARTHOLOMEW, b. --; d. 1865.
1578. III. * PLINY WEBSTER BARTHOLOMEW, b. Cabotsville, Mass., Aug. 4, 1840.
1579. IV. ELBERTINE LORINDA BARTHOLOMEW, b. March 8, 1843; d. next day.
1580. V. HARRIS MOORE BARTHOLOMEW, b. June 1, 1846; m. Stella M.
Crapo, Jan. 31, 1880.
By second marriage:
VI. ANNA ELBERTINE BARTHOLOMEW, b. Nov. 19, 1848; m. Edwin
Thacher, at Indianapolis, Ind., April 22, 1872.
VII. MYRA ISADORE BARTHOLOMEW, b. Oct. 31, 1850; d. Feb. 21, 1863.
VIII. MARY LAVINIA BARTHOLOMEW, b. March 8, 1853; d. Feb. 14, 1863.
IX. FRANCES ELIZABETH BARTHOLOMEW, b. Jan. 20, 1856; m. 1st,
Charles B. Sherwood; 2d, William S. Lyon, at Westfield, Mass.,
March, 1895.
X. IDA LEORA BARTHOLOMEW, b. March 6, 1859; d. Jan. 10, 1863.
XI. ALICE MABEL BARTHOLOMEW, b. June 15, 1861; m. Wells Noble,
Westfield, Mass., May 25, 1892.
XII. LEILA IRENE BARTHOLOMEW, b. Herman, N. Y., March 15, 1864.
XIII. VIOLET LINELLA BARTHOLOMEW, b. Herman, N. Y., April 19, 1868.

815. NATHANIEL S. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., 1811, d. Canton, N. Y., May 25,
1863. He m. Elizabeth L., the dau. of Samuel and Zerviah (Graves) Searl, at Greenbush,
Mass., Sept. 18, 1842. She was b. Southampton, Mass., Oct. 3, 1824.

There were 2 children.

1581. I. MARIA E. MOORE, b. Southampton, Mass., March 16, 1844; d.,
June 25, 1883.
1582. II. CLARENCE A. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., May 8, 1852; d. Dec.
21, 1898.

816. HARTING ALLEN MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Dec. 23, 1813; d. Feb. 11,
1862, at Milwaukee, Wis.; a private in Co. "M," 2d Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers. He m.
Dorcas Pomeroy, the dau. of Lenas and Keziah (Pomeroy) Frary, at Southampton, Mass.,
June 21, 1843. She was b. Southampton, Feb. 12, 1819. She was living, Janesville, Wis., in
1898.


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They had 3 children, all b. Montgomery, Mass.

1583. I. AMELIA MOORE, b. July 11, 1844; m. Mayhew London, Sept. 1,
1881, at Janesville, Wis.
1584. II. ORPHIA ANN MOORE, b. July 22, 1846; m. Horace R. Bliss, Nov.
27, 1867, Janesville, Wis.
1585. III. KATIE ROSELL MOORE, b. Oct. 21, 1850; m. James C. Moore, Sept.
10, 1880, Janesville, Wis.

818. JOEL ARTHUR, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1806; d. there, May 12, 1861.
He m. Mary, b. Dec. 15, 1816, the dau. of Joseph and Lydia (Durfee) Webb, at New
Breman, N. Y. He was a farmer.

They had 5 children, all b. Lowville, N. Y.

1586. I. * WILLIAM WALLACE ARTHUR, b. Dec. 14, 1835.
1587. II. * MARTHA ARTHUR, b. Aug. 12. 1839.
1588. III. * JAY ARTHUR, b. March 13, 1842.
1589. IV. * HARRIET LOUISA ARTHUR, b. May 25, 1846.
1590. V. * DWIGHT W. ARTHUR, b. Dec. 8, 1848.

823. FLAVIUS MOORE ARTHUR, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1815; d.
Lowville, N. Y., June 23, 1898. He m. Elvira, dau. of Jonas and Eliza (Hamilton) Henry,
at West Martinsburg, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1843. She was b. there Nov. 24, 1822, and d.
Lowville, N. Y. Both are buried there. He was a farmer.

They had 2 children, b. Lowville, N. Y.

1591. I. * ELVIRA E. ARTHUR, b. Sept. 18, 1847.
1592. II. * EMMA M. ARTHUR, b. April 6, 1852.

828. JOHN F. ARTHUR, b. Martinsburg; N. Y., May 20, 1824; m. Roxana Johnson,
and d. Nov. 25, 1891.

They had 1 child.

1593. I. * FRANK W. ARTHUR, b. Lowville, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1849.

834. CATHERINE CYRENE MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Nov. 26, 1823; m.
Jairus Joy, the son of John Burt and Ruth (Strong) Lyman, at Springfield, Mass., June
29, 1847. He was b. Huntington, Mass., Aug. 24, 1823; d. East Brookfield, Mass.,
Dec. 24, 1881. He was a farmer.

They had 5 children, all b. Huntington, Mass.

1594. I. ROSELLA CYRENE LYMAN, b. March 18, 1848; d. Sept. 8, 1892,
unmarried.
1595. II. RUTH STRONG LYMAN, b. Oct. 1, 1851; m. Willard A. Taylor,
Dec. 6, 1877; d. Granby, Mass., Aug. 19, 1884; no issue.
1596. III. * EMMA RILLA LYMAN, b. Nov. 17, 1854.
1597. IV. * SUSAN ARABEL LYMAN, b. Feb. 1, 1857.
1598. V. * JOHN WILSON LYMAN, b. Aug. 26, 1864.

835. SARAH ANJANETT MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., April 6, 1827; m.
Ochterlony Ander Moore6, Oliver5, Oliver4, Jonah3, Amos2, Andrew1, (See No.
1400), at Montgomery, Mass.,
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April 1, 1847. Mrs. Moore has been indefatigable in her search for the records of the
family and it is to her the writer is indebted for most of the records of the descendants
of Amos Moore, the son of Andrew. Height, 5 feet, 4 inches; weight 120 pounds; hair
and eyes black.

Mr. Moore was b. in Montgomery, Mass., Feb. 18, 1824, and for years took an
active part in town affairs, serving for many terms as selectman and overseer of the
poor. He was interested in Moore's Mountain House, conducted by Atwater Moore,
and was also engaged in the manufacture of whiplashes and leather belts for sewing
machines, etc. About 20 years ago he moved to Hadley, Mass., and was a successful
farmer and tobacco grower. In 1899 he exchanged his Hadley farm for property in
Westfield, and retired from active business. He had always enjoyed excellent health
up to within four years of the date of his death, which occurred at 72 Orange St.,
Westfield, Mass., Feb. 22, 1900. He was laid to rest in the cemetery at Montgomery,
Mass. He was 5 feet, 11 inches, in height; light hair and eyes, and, in health, weighed
220 pounds.

There were 3 children, all b. Montgomery, Mass.

1599. I. * LUCIEN OCHTERLONY MOORE, b. Dec. 23, 1849.
1600. II. ELMER SCOTT MOORE, b. Feb. 12, 1852; m. at Montgomery, May
19, 1880, Carrie Idella, dau. of Joseph and Carrie Allyn, b. Jan.
3, 1857. Height, 5 feet, 2 inches; weight 130 pounds, hair and
eyes light. He is 5 feet, 9 inches in height, with black eyes
and hair. He was educated at the Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham,
Mass., and is in business at Holyoke.
1601. III. ISABEL ANJANETT MOORE, b. July 29, 1855; d. Dec. 30, 1861.

836. FRANCES HARMONY MOORE, b., Montgomery, Mass., Dec. 23, 1828;
m. Abner Augustus Moore, at Springfield, Mass., May 10, 1848. (See No. 1407.)
Mr. Moore was b. in Montgomery, Nov. 16, 1829, and lived there for many years.
For a number of years he was assessor of the town and was also clerk and treasurer.
He was greatly interested in the genealogy of the family, and his last attempt to work
was to drive to Montgomery in search of family records and to copy tombstone
inscriptions. He died at Weiben, Mass., Sept. 29, 1898.

There were 3 children, all b. Montgomery, Mass.

1602. I. * ALICE FRANCES MOORE, b. Dec. 13, 1850.
1603. II. * HATTIE ADELLE MOORE, b. March 4, 1859.
1604. III. * CLIFTON AUGUSTUS MOORE, b. Nov. 1861.

837. LYMAN BLAIR MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Nov. 30, 1837, m. Keren
Happuch, the dau. of Bela and Laura (King) Bates, at Westfield, Mass., March 31,
1863. She was b. at Westfield, July 3, 1838. Height 5 feet, 7 inches; weight 180
pounds; hair and eyes brown. Mr. Moore received his early education at Huntington,
Mass., and later attended school at Sonthampton, and Williston Seminary at
Easthampton. He went to Kansas in

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1858, where he engaged in business till 1861, when he returned to Gouverneur, N.
Y., where he, together with his brother, Duandler F. Moore, and brother-in-law,
Lyman Litchfield, conducted a foundry and machine shop for 5 years. He then moved
to Holyoke, Mass., where he has been engaged in business since. Height 6 feet,
weight 145 pounds; hair dark brown, eyes blue.

There were 3 children, all but the first b. at Holyoke, Mass.

1605. I. * LOUIS LYMAN MOORE, b. Gouverneur, N. Y. Feb. 28, 1866.
1606. II. HARLAN FLAVIUS MOORE, b. Sept. 27, 1870; d. April 28, 1895.
Height 5 feet, 8 1/2 inches; weight 160 pounds; hair brown, eyes
blue; educated at Cornell, Ithaca, N. Y.
1607. III. MABEL LAURA MOORE, b. March 5, 1877. Height 5 feet, 5 inches;
weight 140 pounds, hair and eyes brown.
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Parents Sixth Generation,

Children Seventh.

867. RHODA MOULTHROP, b. Brattleboro, Vt., (???); m. Obadiah, son of
David Seeley, at Trenton, N. J., May 6, 1799. Mr. Seeley was b. Oct. 9, 1777;
one authority says at New Haven, Conn., and another at Biddeford, Maine.
Rhoda Moulthrop Seeley d. Aug. 13, 1802. It is likely that Mr. Seeley d. soon
after the birth of the children, as they were brought up by their mother's parents.

Children:
1608. I. JOHN SEELEY, b. --; went to Illinois.
1609. II. JOHN MOORE SEELEY, b. --.
1610. III. * MATILDA LOUISE SEELEY, b. Vergennes, Vt., Aug. 11, 1801.

869. MARK MOORE, b. March 28, 1799; m. March 26, 1818, Susan Gage.
He d. July 24, 1832, and is buried at Bristol, Vt.

They had 4 children.

1611. I. BUEL MOORE, b. --; d. Bristol, Vt. Has a daughter in Montpelier,
Vt.
1612. II. OTTO MOORE, b. --; d. in Niles, Mich. Had sons.
1613. III. OMER MOORE, b. --; d. Niles, Mich.
1614. IV. ABRAM MOORE, b. --; d. Atchison, Kansas. Left a dau., Rosa
Ives of Chicago.

871. PAMELIA MOORE, b. March 1, 1807; m. Feb. 2, 1825, Dr. Orrin Smith.
She d. March 27, 1836, and is buried at Bristol, Vt.

They had 2 children.

1615. I. HENRY SMITH, b. --.
1616. II. CHAUNCEY SMITH, b. --.

872. CHAUNCEY MOORE, b. Oct. 11, 1809; m. at Monkton, Vt., May 14,
1843, Delia Ann, dau. of Milo William and Sally (Pierce) Kinsley. Delia Ann
Moore was b. Oct. 24, 1824, at Monkton, Vt. Chauncey Moore d. Sept. 29,
1870, at Middlebury, and is buried at Bristol, Vt. He was a farmer. His widow m.
2d, Gaska Rich, June 19, 1876. She resides at Middlebury, Vt.

They had 4 children, all except one b. Bristol, Vt.

1617. I. * EMMA MINERVA MOORE, b. Oct. 14, 1845, New Haven, Vt.
1618. II. * WILLIAM CHAUNCEY MOORE, b. Oct. 30, 1847.
1619. III. * OTTO PHELPS MOORE, b. Jan. 31, 1850.
1620. IV. * MILO KINSLEY MOORE, b. Nov. 26, 1852.

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873. MINERVA MOORE, b. Nov. 16, 1812; m. Jan. 1, 1838, Royal Wheeler. She d.
Oct. 3, 1843, and is buried at Bristol, Vt.

They had 3 children.

1621. I. Daughter, d. young.
1622. II. DELIA WHEELER, b. --.| These were twins.
1623. III. JULIA WHEELER, b. --.|

874. LUMAN RUBLEE, b. Aug. 28, 1793; m. at Montpelier, Vt., March 1, 1821, Bertie,
dau. of Silas and Bertie or Bathsheba (Edgerly) Burbank. Silas was b. at Sutton, Mass.,
Sept. 10, 1769, and d. Berlin, Vt., April 20, 1847. Bertie Edgerly Burbank was b. at New
Bedford, Mass., April 15, 1767; d. at Montpelier, Vt., June 6, 1825. Bertie Burbank
Rublee d. Montpelier, Vt., Nov. 8, 1825, and is buried there. He m. 2d, Aug. 19, 1826,
Sarah Smith, who d. June 27, 1851. He d. at Montpelier, Vt., May 12, 1879, and is buried
there. He was a hatter and manufacturer of buckskin gloves.

There were 4 children, b. Montpelier, Vt.

1624. I. * CHAUNCEY MOORE RUBLEE, b. Nov. 25, 1821.
1625. II. ELIZA BURBANK RUBLEE, b. Aug. 28, 1823; unmarried; res. Montpelier.
By second marriage:
1626. III. OTIS SMITH RUBLEE, b. Aug. 7, 1827.
1627. IV. MARTHA MARIA RUBLEE, b. Jan. 10, 1829.

887. PLINY FORWARD, b. --; m. Fanny, dau. of Gideon and Eunice (Whitney) Root, at
Southwick, Mass., Sept. 2, 1812. She was b. July 15, 1793. He d. March 3, 1830.

They had 5 children, all b. in Southwick. (See Root Genealogy.)

1628. I. FRANCES KETURAH FORWARD, b. May 5, 1815.
1629. II. PLINY MARCELLUS FORWARD, b. Aug. 18, 1817; m. Widow Mary
(Fowler) Benjamin, May 28, 1863; no issue.
1630. III. MARY CECELIA FORWARD, b. Oct. 31, 1819.
1631. IV. EUNICE LOVINIA FORWARD, b. June 23, 1822; m. Silas Bartholomew,
son of Ira and Sophia (Clapp) Norton, Oct. 31, 1846. She d.
Oct. 7, 1849; no issue.
1632. V. RHODA CELESTIA FORWARD, b. Nov. 5, 1827; d. April 13, 1828.

890. ORSEY FORWARD, b. Granby, Conn., Aug. 29, 1795; m. Henry, the son of
Samuel and Hannah (Northrup) Baldwin, at Warren, Ohio. She d. March 28, 1850, and he
m. 2d, Widow Bertha (Holcomb) Mason. He d. Niles, Ohio, June 24, 1875.

Children:
1633. I. * ORSEY BALDWIN, b. Aurora, Ohio, April 14, 1819.
By second marriage:
1634. II. HENRY BALDWIN, b. --; d. June 25, 1875, at Niles, Ohio.

891. SEMYRA FORWARD, b. Granby, Conn., Oct. 29, 1798; m. James Frost, Jan. 8,
1818; d. Mantua, Ohio, Jan. 22, 1888. He was b. Feb. 8, 1791; d. Sept. 18, 1877. "They
led honored and useful lives."

1635. I. CHARLES FROST, b. Sept. 9, 1819; d. Sept. 10, 1840--drowned in
the straits of Mackinaw, Mich.
1636. II. FRANK FROST, b. March 9, 1821; m. Rhoda C., dau. of Philip
Bump. She d. Oct., 1865. He m. 2d, Marcia A. Mitchell, Aug.
26, 1868, He d. at Mantua, Ohio, April 24, 1892; no issue.
1637. III. JOHN FROST, b. March 21, 1823; d. Feb. 22, 1884; unmarried.
1638. IV. ELMER FROST, b. Oct. 22, 1826; m. Rhoda A., dau. of Lyman and
Rhoda (Clark) Reed, Nov. 8, 1848. He d. Feb. 14, 1884. She
d. Feb. 17, 1884. They had 2 chlldren--James Burdett and
Adel.
1639. V. MADISON FROST, b. May 6, 1829; m. Maria Powell, May 26, 1858;
4 children.
1640. VI. MARY S. FROST, b. Feb. 8, 1834; m. Nelson Blair. They have 2
daughters.
1641. VII. GEORGE FROST, b. Sept. 19, 1836; d. March 4, 1837.
1642. VIII. BENTON FROST, b. July 6, 1840; m. Pearl E. Gallia, Nov. 7, 1870.
They have 2 children--Francis and Charles. See The Higleys
and Their Ancestors.

900. HENRY CHILDS MOODY, b. Stillwater, N. Y., 1812; d. Chittenango, N. Y.,
April 18, 1878. He m. Memory, dau. of Jonathan and Betsey (Ferguson) Case (b. Sept.
7, 1816), at Fulton, N. Y., June 1, 1835. She d. Sept. 29, 1857, and he m. 2d, Laura
Boardman Walter, June 20, 1860. She b. April 9, 1812; d. May 8, 1892. Mr. Moody
had light hair and blue eyes, was a man of strong opinions and characteristics. He was an
active abolitionist and "Underground Railway" man.

There were 5 children, all by 1st marriage, b. Fulton, N. Y.

1643. I. ANN CORNELIA MOODY, b. Aug. 9, 1836; d. Aug. 26, 1836.
1644. II. ANDREW LAY MOODY, b. May 4, 1838; d. July 21, 1838.
1645. III. * ANN ELIZABETH MOODY, b. Jan. 11, 1841.
1646. IV. GEORGE MOODY, b. June 23, 1843; m. Louisa Falley, Oct. 18, 1865.
1647. V. FREDERICK HENRY MOODY, b. Oct. 6, 1848; d. March 25, 1850.

902. EPHRAIM CHILD, b. Stillwater, N. Y., April 10, 1801; m. Elizabeth Curd, of
Redford, N. Y., in 1825. She d. 1847, and he d. Weedsport, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1881.

There were 4 children.

1648. I. * ORVILLE C. CHILD, b. Troy, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1827.
1649. II. MARTHA RENETTE CHILD, b. June, 1832; m. Floyd Johnson. She d.
June 24, 1887, Napa, Cal.; no issue.
1650. III. * ELIZA ANN CHILD, b. April 23, 1836; m. 1853, Samuel Everhart.
1651. IV. * GEORGE W. CHILD, b. Dec. 1, 1839.

903. ORVILLE WHITMORE CHILDS, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1802; m. Mary
Griswold Eno, 1830 or '31. She b. Sept. 14, 1808; d. Feb. 6, 1876. Late in life they
removed from Syracuse, N. Y., to Philadelphia, Pa., where he d. Sept. 6, 1870. Both
are buried at Syracuse. He was an eminent engineer on the Erie canal, many leading
railroads, harbor defences of New York City and on the Nicaragua canal. (See Child
Genealogy and Appleton's Encyclopedia of Biography, and White's National
Cyclopedia of American Biography.)
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They had 2 children, b. Syracuse, N. Y.

1652. I. CAROLINE MARY CHILDS, b. July 26, 1833; m. 1st, Win T. Shear, at
Albany, N. Y. She m. 2d, John W. Nye, at Auburn, N. Y.
She m. 3d, M. B. Weaver, and 4th, James B. Smith. She d.
Syracuse, Aug. 27, 1900. She had 2 children by her 1st marriage.
1653. II. * JOHN HINMAN CHILDS, b. Sept. 20, 1839.

904. TERESA PEASE CHILD, b. Jan. 25, 1805, Stillwater, N. Y.; m. Col. John Fitz
Gerald, 144th Regt. N. Y. Militia, in 1829. He d. Nov. 15, 1859; she d. April 12,
1897, both at Syracuse, N. Y.

They had 3 children.

1654. I. * EPHRAIM FITZ GERALD, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1830.
1655. II. * CYRENIUS C. FITZ GERALD, b. March 19, 1833.
1656. III. * FRANKLIN A. FITZ GERALD, b. Syracuse, N. Y., May 28, 1834.

905. NOADIAH MOODY CHILDS, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1806; m. 1st,
Martha, dau. of Simeon and Eunice (Macy) Brewer, of Providence, R. I., Oct. 16,
1839. She was b. April 23, 1821, and d. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1863. He m. 2d,
Sarah Elizabeth Dawes, Jan 26, 1865, and d. Nov. 20, 1896, at Syracuse, age 90. He
was an engineer, merchant, President Syracuse Salt Co., President Board of Education,
and one of the oldest residents of Syracuse, N. Y.

There were 5 children, all by the first marriage and b. at Syracuse, N. Y.

1657. I. * ELIZABETH BELL CHILDS, b. Oct. 20, 1840.
1658. II. * DANIEL BREWER CHILDS, b. May 5, 1843.
1659. III. * WILLIAM AUGUSTUS CHILDS, b. March 9, 1846.
1660. IV. * FKANKLIN EARLL CHILDS, b. Oct. 16, 1848.
1661. V. ANNA LOUISE CHILDS, b. Sept. 3, 1855; m. Henry D. Dillaye, Esq.,
lawyer, Syracuse, N. Y. He d. April 15, 1885; no issue.

906. HENRY DAVIS CHILD, b. Stillwater, Nov. 16, 1808; m. Julia Ann Perkins, in
1832. He d. at Willmington, Ill., 1868, and she d. in 1878.

They had 2 children, b. in Wilmington, Ill.

1662. I. CELIA ANN CHILD, b. Nov. 24, 1834.
1663. II. HELEN CHILD, b. May 20, 1841.

907. HENRIETTA SCHUYLER CHILD, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1810; m. Luke
Alvord, architect and contractor, in 1834. She d. Vallejo, Cal., April 16, 1883.

There were 2 children, b. Syracuse, N. Y.

1664. I. CASS. L. ALVORD, b. Sept. 13, 1836.
1665. II. HELEN B. ALVORD, b. Aug. 30, 1845.

920. JOHN MONTGOMERY, b. March 26, 1806; d. Silver Creek, N. Y., April 12,
1889. He m. Mary Ellen Spencer, Nov. 12, 1840, who was b. Buffalo, N. Y., and d. at
Silver Creek, Nov. 19, 1844. He m. 2d, Pauline Wright, at Stockton, N. Y., Sept. 1,
1847, who d. Sept. 28, 1868.

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There were 6 children, all by second marriage.

1666. I ELLA MONTGOMERY, b. Aug. 19, 1848; d. Oct. 19, 1851.
1667. II. URETTA MONTGOMERY, b. Nov. 15, 1850; d. Oct. 28, 1851.
1668. III. * HENRY J. MONTGOMERY, b. Aug. 17, 1852.
1669. IV. * MARY ELLA MONTGOMERY, b. Jan. 10, 1855.
1670. V. * AGNES AMELIA MONTGOMERY, b. Dec. 5, 1857.
1671. VI. ETTA ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY, b. Nov. 4, 1862. She is a teacher
of vocal and instrumental music.

928. ANN ELIZA MOORE, b. June 11, 1809; d. Coldwater, Mich., Jan. 20, 1892. She
m. James Foster, b. Feb. 21, 1807; d. at Coldwater, Oct. 1859. They were m. about
1834, and resided near Bemus Heights. In 1853 they removed to Waukegan, Ill., thence
to Coldwater, Mich. "She was a devoted Christian mother, faithful and unsparing of her
time and means in behalf of her children."

There were 7 children, all but the first b. Malta, N. Y.

1672. I. * SARAH MARIA FOSTER, b. Galway, N. Y., May 12, 1838.
1673. II. CHARLES BYRON FOSTER, b. --; m. Frances White.
1674. III. FRANCES ELIZABETH FOSTER, b. --.
1675. IV. HELEN MINERVA FOSTER, b. --.
1676. V. HARIET DEBORAH FOSTER, b. --; m. Frank Nicholson, Grand
Rapids, Mich.
1677. VI. JAMES HENRY, b. --.
1678. VII. GEORGE EDWARD FOSTER, b. --; m. Flora J. Parsons, Coldwater,
Mich.

929. EDWARD MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., April 19, 1811; d. Schenectady, N. Y.,
Aug. 1, 1883. He m. Adaline Rees in 1835. She was b. Scotia, N. Y., the dau. of David
Rees. Mr. Moore was a farmer in Stillwater, removing to Scotia and then to Schnectady,
N. Y.,

A partial record of 4 children has been obtained.

1679. I. RITA MOORE, b. --; m. William (???) of Cayuga Co. She d. --;
no issue.
1680. II. A daughter, b. --; m. --; had 2 children; resides a widow with
her mother in Schnectady, N. Y.
1681. III. BLATCHFORD MOORE, b. --; unmarried. Has been a switchman in
Schnectady for 20 years.
1682. IV. DAVID MOORE, b. --; m. -- Brown; no issue; is a traveling jeweler.

930. CHARLES MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1813; m. Margaret Ann, dau. of
Thomas and Ellen (Shepherd) Schuyler, in 1845. She was b. Minaville, N. Y., in 1824,
and d. 1860. He m. 2d, Oct. 1862, Aurelia, dau. of Jesse and Mary Toms, who d. 1882.
He removed to Troy, N. Y., in 1841, to Malta 1847, to Ketchum's Corners, 1849,
thence to Stillwater, thence to Troy, returning to Stillwater after the death of his second
wife, and now lives in Troy.

Children by 1st marriage:
1683 I. * SCHUYLER SOLARD MOORE, b. Malta, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1849.
1684. II. * ELLA LOUISA MOORE, b. Stillwater, Aug. 31, 1856.
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Children by 2d wife:
1685. III. MINNIE M. MOORE, b. Troy, N. Y., 1865; m. John E. Anthony,
Troy, N. Y.
1686. IV. LILLIE MOORE, b. Mechanicsville, 1867; m. Thomas R. Kerr; res.
Northville, Fulton Co., N. Y.

931. MARIA LIVINGSTON MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., May 11, 1817; d.
Chatham, N. Y., Aug. 18, 1860. She m. Rev. Sanford Mead, a clergyman of the
Reform Church. They lived 10 years in Herkimer and 11 years in Chatham.

Children:
1687. I. SANFORD MEAD, b. --; res. in Pennsylvania.
1688. II. A son, b. --; res. in Chatham.
1689. III. HELEN MEAD, b. --; res. Washington, D. C.

932. MONTGOMERY MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., July 6, 1819; d. there, June,
1885. He m. Merilla, the dau. of George and Thirza (Shibley) Rogers, at Malta, N. Y.,
Dec. 24, 1857. She was b. Malta, N. Y., and lived in Stillwater. He was a farmer and
engaged in business in Malta.

They had 6 children.

1690. I. GEORGE LIVINGSTON MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1858;
m. Nellie I. Johnson, Dec. 17, 1885; res. Lowell, Mass.
1691. II. EMMA MOORE, b. Stillwater, Feb. 12, 1861; m. Rev. Chas. W.
Kinney, May 26, 1887, res. Hobart, N. Y.
1692. III. NETTIE MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1862.
1693. IV. HATTIE MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., May 5, 1866; m. Henry K.
Ackert, Dec. 22, 1886; res. New Brunswick, N. J.
1694. V. SAIDEE ALICE MOORE, b. Malta, N. Y., July 27, 1870; m. Samuel
E. Pemble, June 27, 1900; res. Stillwater, N Y.
1695. VI. FRANK T. MOORE, b. Malta, N. Y., July 4, 1873; res. Stillwater.

933. BLATCHFORD MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1827; m. Frances A.
Toms, 1852. She b. Aug. 26, 1834; d. Sept. 5, 1889. He is a farmer.

They had 5 children.

1696. I. * SEYMOUR J. MOORE, b. Oct. 3, 1853.
1697. II. ANNCELLETTA MOORE, b. Aug. 6, 1856; d. May 6, 1857.
1698. III. EDWARD S. MOORE, b. July 23, 1858; m. Mary Thayer, June 18,
1888; no issue.
1699. IV. * LOUISE F. MOORE, b. Nov. 13, 1862.
1700. V. CHARLIE BLATCHFORD MOORE, b. Nov. 10, 1869.

934. HENRY RICE MOORE, b. --; m. Ann Eliza Gardner, The name of but one child
has been discovered.

1701. I. HELEN L. MOORE, b. --; m. General Thomas H. Ruger; res.
Greenwich, Conn.

935. RANSOM B. MOORE, b. --; m. (???). He was a bookseller in Troy, N. Y., and
of the firm of Moore & Nims.

The names of 4 children have been found.
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1702. I. ANNA MOORE, b. --; m. Church.
1703. II. ALICE MOORE, b. --.
1704. III. HELEN MOORE, b. --; m. H. M. Green; res. Amsterdam, N. Y.
1705. IV. MINNIE MOORE, b. --; m. Craig Marsh; res. Plainfield, N. J.

938. CATHERINE PAINE MOORE, b. Northumberland, N. Y.; m. John Manning
Barrows, at Northumberland, Aug. 13, 1838. She d. at Lansing, Mich., and was buried at
Olivet. Mr. Barrows was the son of John and Sarah (Butler) Barrows, and was b. Troy,
N. Y., Oct. 17, 1807; d. Olivet, Mich., April 16, 1892.

Mr. Moore was educated in the Troy Polytechnic Institute and became a teacher there of
botany and chemistry. He taught for a time in Georgia, and then went to Oberlin, Ohio,
where he graduated from the Theological Department in 1838. After spending several
years as a home misssionary, preaching in Ohio and in Franklin, Woodstock and Medina,
Mich., he established, in conjunction with his wife, a private academy in Medina. In 1856
he moved to West Unity, Ohio, and was at the head of the public schools for four years.
Then he removed to Olivet, Mich., where he was professor of botany and chemistry from
1861 to 1868. After spending a few years in Kansas he returned to Olivet, where he died.
He was a very earnest and powerful preacher and a loving student of nature. He took
constant interest in public affairs and belonged to the anti-slavery school of reformers,
represented by Sumner and Beecher.

There were 5 children.

1706. I. MARY ELIZA BARROWS, b. Fort Ann, N. Y., April 23, 1839; m.
Albertus Green.
1707. II. JOHN CHARLES BARROWS, b. --; d. young.
1708. III. WALTER MANNING BARROWS, b. Franklin, Mich., April 12, 1846;
m. Mary Dewey Jones.
1709. IV. * JOHN HENRY BARROWS, b. Medina, Mich., July 11, 1847; d. June
3, 1902.
1710. V. RANSOM MOORE BARROWS, b. Woodstock, Mich., Oct. 4, 1849; m.
Carrie Dixon.

950. ELIZA M. MOORE, b. Licking Co., Ohio, Sept. 21, 1817; d. Cadiz, Ohio, May 9.
1887. She m. Elijah, the son of Jonathan and Jane (Love) Laizure, at Cadiz, Ohio, Jan. 31,
1836. Mr. Laizure was b. Bloodyrun, Pa., July 19, 1811; d. Cadiz, Ohio, Feb. 9, 1883.
He was a blacksmith till 1861, and grocer from 1860 till the date of his death. Jonathan
Laizure was b. in Scotland, was a soldier in the War of the Revolution, and m. in 1800.
Jane Love was the dau. of Robert, who was b. in Ireland and came to America in time to
serve several years in the Army of the Revolution.

There were 9 children, all b. Cadiz, Ohio.

1711. I. ISABEL LAIZURE, b. Jan. 3, 1837; d. young.
1712. II. JAMES A. LAIZURE, b. Jan. 23, 1839; d. in the army 1861, Parkersburg,
Va.
1713. III. * SARAH JANE LAIZURE, b. April 10, 1842.

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1714. IV. JACOB LAIZURE, b. Aug. 2, 1845; d. June 1846.
1715. V. WILLIAM C. LAIZURE, b. July 15, 1847; m. Mary V. McKeever,
Barnsville, Ohio, May 5, 1875.
1716. VI. * AMANDA WOOD LAIZURE, b. Sept. 23, 1849.
1717. VII. CHARLES HOLMES LAIZURE, b. Jan. 9, 1852; m. Maggie C. Miller,
at Springdale, Pa., May 5, 1881. He is a lawyer, Fargo, North
Dakota.
1718. VIII. MARY STEWART LAIZURE, b. Feb. 4, 1854; m. Michael Conway;
res. Scio, Ohio.
1719. IX. LIZZIE T. LAIZURE, b. Aug. 29, 1856; m. J. Ernest Scott.

951. SAMUEL RUSSELL MOORE, b. Granville, Ohio, June 8, 1819; d. there, May
14, 1895. He m. Sarah Rosalthe, the dau. of Ziba and Harriet (Smith) Woods, at
Granville, Oct. 20, 1846. She was b. Westford, Vt., May 2, 1826; d. at Granville, Aug.
27, 1861. Mr. Moore m. 2d, Mary C. Brown, at Battle Creek, Mich. Sept. 16, 1862.
She now resides, Washington, D. C. (1900).

There were 5 children, all b. Granville, Ohio.

1720. I. * ELLA ROSALTHE MOORE, b. July 24, 1848.
1721. II. RUSSELL WOODS MOORE, b. Aug. 23, 1850; m. Eda Blanchard.
1722. III. CHARLES HEMAN MOORE, b. May 10, 1857; m. Etta Kidd.
1723. IV. LUCY ALLEN MOORE, b. April 13, 1859; m. Herbert Saxton, of
Canton, Ohio.
By second marriage:
1724. V. MARY CAROLINE MOORE. b. Jan. 2, 1865; m. Thomas Corwin
Stewart.

953. NIRA A. MOORE, b. Granville, Ohio, Aug. 24, 1837; d. at Des Moines, Iowa.
She m. Thomas George, at Granville, Sept. 24; 1857.

There were 4 children.

1725. I. HARRY GEORGE, b. Cadiz, Ohio, Feb. 28, 1859; d. June 8, 1862.
1726. II. * RUSSELL GEORGE, b. Cadiz, Ohio, Oct. 14, 1863.
1727. III. * EMMA GEORGE, b. Eddyville, Iowa, Sept. 19, 1865.
1728. IV. OSCAR MOORE GEORGE, b. Des Moines, Iowa, Aug. 7, 1875.

959. NORRIS COLLINS MOORE, b. Feb. 2, 1830; m. Windsor, Conn., Dec. 25,
1850, Sarah Caroline, dau. of Leman and Anna (Bancroft) Barnes, of Poquonnock.
Leman Barnes d. Sept. 22, 1865, aged 79. Anna Bancroft Barnes d. March 29, 1856,
aged 62. Mr. Moore d. at Bloomfield, Conn., Dec. 23, 1891. She b. at Poquonnock,
Conn., Sept. 11, 1831; now (1901) resides at Bloomfield.

There were 3 children, b. Bloomfield, Conn.

1729. I. * ROSELLA CAROLINE MOORE, b. Dec. 6, 1853.
1730. II. * CAROLINE SARAH MOORE, b. June 6, 1855.
1731. III. * LEWIS COLLINS MOORE, b. Jan. 25, 1860.

965. OLIVER GILLETT, b. Poolville, N. Y., 1780, where he d. 1852; m. Rhoda
Comstock, in Poolville. She b. 1789; d. 1852.
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They had 5 children, all b. Poolville.

1732. I. * REUBEN GILLETT, b. Aug. 9, 1807.
1733. II. DIANA GILLETT, b. March 17, 1809; d. March 20, 1896; unmarried.
1734. III. CAROLINE M. GILLETT, b Dec. 13, 1814; d. 1879; unmarried.
1735. IV. SETH GILLETT, b. April 28, 1817; d. 1831.
1736. V. ELIZA L. GILLETT, b. Jan. 16, 1833, d. 1834.

973. HENRY BUEL MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Jan. 20, 1791; d. Coldwater, Mich., Dec. 23,
1868. He m. 1st, Nancy Kidder, the dau. of Elihu and Mary (Kidder) Ewers, at Hannibal, N.
Y., Nov. 16, 1817. She was b. at Wendell, Mass., Oct. 22, 1798, and d. Manlius, N. Y., Jan.
27, 1824. He m. 2d, Aug, 14, 1825, Louisa Maria, dau. of Zenas and Rhoda (Cleveland)
Phinney, at Pompey, N. Y. She was b. Williamstown, Mass., Sept. 4, 1802; d. Freeport, Ill.,
Jan. 13, 1860. She is buried with her husband at Coldwater, Mich. Mr. Moore was a
physician and surgeon. He studied medicine in Middletown, Vt., graduated in 1815, and in
1818 removed to Manlius, N. Y., where he built up an extensive practice and became
identified with the town in its growth and interests. For more than thirty years he was
connected with Trinity Presbyterian Church of Manlius, of which he was for years an elder,
and upon whose service he was a devoted attendant. He was a member of the Medical
Association of Onondaga County and maintained a prominent position among its members. In
1857 he removed to Freeport, Ill. Two years before his death he visited his friends in Manlius
and then returned to Coldwater, Mich., where he died.

There were 10 children, all b. Manlius, N. Y.

1737. I. * CHARLES HENRY MOORE, b. Sept. 5, 1818.
1738. II. JULIA HENRIETTA MOORE, b. April 2, 1820; m. Devereaux S. Harrington,
April 19, 1848, and d. Manlius, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1894,
without issue.
1739. III. * NANCY KIDDER MOORE, b. Jan. 20, 1824.
Children by second marriage:

1740. IV. RHODA LOUISE MOORE, b. Feb. 14, 1830. She m Francis L Dakin,
Syracuse, N. Y. April 29, 1853; d. April 22, 1854, leaving 1
child--Louisa Moore Dakin, now Mrs. Frank Campbell, Cherry
Valley, N. Y.
1741. V. HENRY BUEL MOORE, b. March 31, 1829; d. April 3, 1829.
1742. VI. WILLIAM HENRY MOORE, b. Nov. 27, 1831; d. Jan. 20, 1860; unmarried.
1743. VII. * MARY ANN EMELIE MOORE, b. Aug. 6, 1833; m. Randall W.
Smith, Freeport, Ill., Sept. 26, 1860.
1744. VIII. FRANCES ADELLE MOORE, b. Jan. 9, 1841; m. John S. Younge,
Coldwater, Mich., Aug. 22, 1871; no issue.
1745. IX. ANDALUCIA GARDNER MOORE, b. Aug. 16, 1845; m. Henry C. Clark,
Coldwater, Michigan, Aug. 29, 1866; d. Feb. 12, 1898; no issue.
1746. X. ALBERT MOORE, b. May --, 1843; d. Nov. 21, 1843.

975. MARIA MOORE b. Rupert, Vt., May 27, 1793; d. there, June 10, 1843. She m. John,
the son of Silas and Elizabeth (Loggen) Harwood, at Rupert. He was b. Rupert, Sept. 15,
1793;
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d. Pawlet, Vt., Oct. 18, 1868. He was a farmer. He m. 2d, Mrs. Sophia Reed.

There were 4 children, all b. Rupert, Vt.

1747. I. * MARY HARWOOD, b. Dec. 30, 1820.
1748. II. GROVE M. HARWOOD, b. Nov. 26, 1822.
1749. III. ROLLIN HARWOOD, b. Jan. 26, 1827; m. Sarah Reed.
1750. IV. SILAS HARWOOD, b. --; m. Mary Lewis.

976. DARIUS MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Jan. 6, 1795; d. Northville, N. Y., Jan.
31, 1884. He m. Elizabeth. the dau. of Jonathan and Ruth (Harmon) Blackmer, at
Rupert, May 4, 1817. She was b. Dorset, Vt., April 2, 1798; d. Northville, N.
Y., Nov. 4, 1873. Mr. Moore m. 2d, Julia Elma Newton, at Brooklyn, N. Y.,
June 6, 1876. She d. at Ballston, N. Y. Hon. Darius Moore for some years held
the office of Associate Judge of Bennington Co., Vt. In 1840 he removed to
Piseco, residing there a year, when he moved to Northville. He represented
Fulton and Hamilton counties in the New York legislature in 1844-5. Mr. Moore
was an active and efficient member of the Presbyterian Church and held the office
of elder for many years in which office he continued to the time of his death.
Height 5 feet, 9 1/2 inches, weight 138 pounds, complexion fair, eyes gray, brown
hair,

There were 4 children, all b. Rupert, Vt.

1751. I. WILLIAM HENRY MOORE, b. July 19, 1818; d. Aug. 15, 1818.
1752. II. ELIZABETH JANE MOORE, b. July 19, 1818: d. Nov. 14, 1838.
1753. III. * JULIA FRANCES MOORE, b. Jan. 4, 1824.
1754. IV. * DELIA ELIZA MOORE, b. Oct. 20, 1825.

977. JOHN MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., March 6, 1796; d. there, May 21, 1875.
He m. 1st, Aurilla, the dau. of Silas and Elizabeth (Loggen) Harwood, at Rupert,
Vt. She was b. there, Oct. 28, 1796. He m. 2d, Mary, the dau. of Seth P.
Sheldon, in 1848. She d. Albion, N. Y., 1866. He was a farmer and carpenter
and justice of the peace for many years.

There were 6 children.

1755. I. * SILAS HARWOOD MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., July 28, 1821.
1756. II. ASA B. MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Feb. 22, 1823.
1757. III. * MARY ANN MOORE, b. Pawlet, Vt., July 11, 1825.
1758. IV. FAYETTE MOORE, b. 1828; d. La Crosse, Wis., July, 1855.
Children by 2d marriage:
1759. V. LOUISA MOORE, b. --; d. young.
1760. VI. * RHODA MARIA MOORE, b. Dorset, Vt., Oct. 24. 1854.

978. GROVE MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., April 27, 1797; d. Oshkosh, Wis.,
March 18, 1875. He m. Sally B. Underhill, at Dorset, Vt., Jan. 4, 1821. She was
born there, Jan. 1, 1800; d. Oshkosh, Wis., Nov. 24, 1875. Mr. Moore was a
farmer and merchant.

There were 2 children, b. Dorset, Vt.

1761. I. * JOHN J. MOORE, b. Feb. 1, 1822.
1762. II. * JULIETTE A. MOORE, b. March 19, 1824.
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981. ASA B. MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Dec. 21, 1801, d. Dorset, March 18, 1870. He
m. Keziah, the dau. of Bloomer Dunton, at Dorset, Vt., in 1825. She was b. at Dorset,
about 1802; d. Derby Center, Vt., May 9, 1843. He m. 2d, Lovice Cummings, who d.
at New Port, Vt., 1865. He m. 3d, Mrs. Mary (Underhill) Stevens, who d. at Upper
Red Hook, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1875; b. Dorset, Vt., March 17, 1803. Mr. Moore was a
contractor and builder.

There were 2 children, b. Coventry, Vt.

1763. I. SIDNEY LORENZO MOORE, b. Dec. 4, 1827; not married; d. Aug. 27,
1865.
1764. II. * MARY E. MOORE, b. Jan. 4, 1830.

982. ABEL BUEL MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., May 13, 1803; d. Rhinebeck, N. Y., May
22, 1879. He m. Eliza Bradt, at Albany, N. Y., in 1837. She was b. there and d.
Rhinebeck, N. Y., March 24, 1893. Mr. Moore was a celebrated portrait painter. (See
The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Biography, New York.)

There were 5 children.

1765. I. HARRIET BRADT MOORE, b. Albany, N. Y., 1839; m. William R.
Cross, Troy, N. Y., 1860. She d. 1878, at Rhinebeck, N. Y.,
leaving dau., Helen M. Cross, b. Troy, N. Y., April 30, 1861.
1766. II. HELEN MOORE, b. --; m. Joseph Young.
1767. III. JOHN MOORE, b. --; d. young.
1768. IV. FRANCIS MOORE, b. --; d. young.
1769. V. FRANCES MOORE, b. --; d. young.

985. ALBERT MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Dec. 22, 1809, d. Northville, N. Y., March
20, 1884. He m. Mary Electa, dau. of Andrew and Electa (Wood) Blake, at Hope, N.
Y., Jan. 16, 1843. She was b. Greenwich, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1822; d. Northville, N. Y.,
Nov. 13, 1888. Mr. Moore was an architect and millwright.

There were 5 children.

1770. I. * JOHN BUEL MOORE, b. Dorset, Vt., Sept. 30, 1844.
1771. II. * GROVE HARWOOD MOORE, b. Dorset, Vt., April 3, 1846.
1772. III. * LAURA MARIA MOORE, b. Hope, N. Y, Oct. 17, 1848.
1773. IV. FAYETTE B. MOORE, b. Northville, N. Y., May 10, 1857; d. Sept. 8,
1883.
1774. V. JAMES BLAKE MOORE, b. Northville, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1859.

993. GEORGE WASHINGTON MOORE, b. May 26, 1801, d. in the U. S. A.
hospital at New York or Washington, D. C., Sept. 14, 1862. He was a member of Co.
"E," 76th Reg. N. Y. Infantry. He m. Wealthy, the dau. of Philo Perry, Dec. 11, 1820.
She was b. Rochester, N. Y., April 12. 1803; d. Virgil, N. Y., July, 1850. Mr. Moore
was a clerk, school teacher and farmer.

There were 13 children, b. at Virgil, Courtland Co., N. Y., except the last two.

1775. I. * PHILO PERRY MOORE, b. Nov. 9, 1821.
1776. II. * FLORA JEMIMA MOORE, b. April 8, 1823.
1777. III. CHARLES GROVE MOORE, b. Oct. 26, 1824.
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1778. IV. SALLY JULIA MOORE, b. Jan. 6, 1827; d. Dec. 9, 1846.
1779. V. HIRAM MOORE, b. Oct. 1, 1828; d. Jan. 12, 1853.
1780. VI. LAURA MOORE, b. March 31, 1830; d. March 29, 1847.
1781. VII. LURA DULCY MOORE, b. Feb. 13, 1832; d. March 15, 1857.
1782. VIII. LUCY CORNELIA MOORE, b. Feb. 2, 1834; m. James D. Husted; no
issue.
1783. IX. * LYDIA JANE MOORE, b. March 27, 1836.
1784. X. EMMA ROSINA MOORE, b. Oct. 2, 1838.
1785. XI. * GEORGE WASHINGTON MOORE, b. May 22, 1840.
1786. XII. WILLIAM MOORE, b. --, 1843, Ithaca, N. Y.; d. May 26, 1856.
1787. XIII. HENRY MOORE, b. Ithaca, N. Y., June 16, 1845.

994. MARY ARVILLA MOORE, b. Hamilton, N. Y., May 29, 1803; m. 1st, David
Keech, Dec. 2, 1821. He was a farmer. After his death she m. Ephraim Clark. She d.
Cortland, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1879.

They had 2 children.

1788. I. WILLIAM ORLANDO KEECH, b. July 22, 1822.
1789. II. * JEMIMA S. CLARK, b. --; m. Thomas D. Davenport.

996. SALLY JULIA MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., July 22, 1809; m. Conrad, the son of
Conrad House, at Mohawk, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1824. He was b. Mohawk River, N. Y.,
May 16, 1796; d. Virgil, Jan. 10, 1885. She d. Virgil, Aug. 19, 1872. He was a
shoemaker and farmer.

They had 9 children, b. Virgil, N. Y.

1790 I. * BRADLEY MOORE HOUSE, b. Nov. 27, 1826.
1791. II. GERRIT ZOPHER HOUSE, b. April 15, 1831; m. Kate Corcoran, March
2, 1862; no issue.
1792. III. ORSON A. HOUSE, b. June 15, 1833; m. Lydia A. Younger, May 20,
1860, at New York City; d. June 30, 1876.
1793. IV. * JOHN CONRAD HOUSE, b. April 20, 1836.
1794. V. * LURA DULCEY HOUSE, May 8, 1839.
1795. VI. LUCY MARIA HOUSE, b. Jan. 14, 1842; d. March 29, 1843.
1796. VII. LUCY AME HOUSE, b. April 7, 1844; d. April 7, 1871.
1797. VIII. * JULIA LORETTA HOUSE, b. June 23, 1847.
1798. IX. * SARAH LUCETTA HOUSE, b. March 6, 1851.

997. LUCY CORNELIA MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1811; d. Ludlowville, N.
Y., Jan. 16, 1882. She m. John, the son of John Owen and Chloe (Bishop) Golden, at
Virgil, May, 1832. He was b. Jan. 22, 1812; d. Ludlowville, March 18, 1884. He was a
cooper and shoemaker.

They had 9 children, b. Virgil, N. Y.

1799. I. A daughter, b. April 22, 1834.
1800. II. WILLIAM ORLANDO GOLDEN, b. May 22, 1835.
1801. III. ZOPHER DELA GOLDEN, b. Jan. 4, 1838.
1802. IV. * BENJAMIN HARLOW GOLDEN, b. Sept. 15, 1840.
1803. V. PRENTIS ELIOT GOLDEN, b. Jan. 20, 1842; m. Maria Williams.
1804. VI. * SOPHRONIA JANE GOLDEN, b. May 11, 1845.
1805. VII. OWEN JAVAN GOLDEN, b. Sept. 4, 1847; m. Jennie Brink.
1806. VIII. AUGUSTUS HAVILAND GOLDEN. b. Feb. 22, 1850; m. Alice Snyder.
1807. IX. MARY CASTELLA GOLDEN, b. Sept. 5, 1852; m. Samuel Hudson.
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998. GROVE GILLETT MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1814; d. Dryden, N. Y.,
Nov. 22, 1892. He m. Sarah Ann, the dau. of Hezekiah D. and Nellie (Babcock)
Davenport, at Spafford, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1838. She was b. Pittstown, N. Y., July 22,
1823, d. Dryden, March 10, 1896. Mr. Moore began his business life by buying an interest
in a marble or gravestone cutting business. He was employed much of his life in farming and
in conducting the Dryden Center House. In all his business enterprises he was very
successful. His last home was at a small hamlet called Willow Glen.

There were 4 children, b. Dryden, N. Y.

1808. I. * WILLIAM HAMILTON MOORE, b. April 26, 1840.
1809. II. * JULIA ETTE MOORE, b. Sept. 26, 1843.
1810. III. * GEORGE WASHINGTON MOORE, b. July 16, 1846.
1811. IV. MYRA MEDORA MOORE, b. Nov. 10, 1850; m. Wm. C. Tripp, Dec.
31, 1874.

999. LURA DULCINA MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., Sept, 5, 1816; d. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Dec. 3, 1894. She m. Daniel Wright Haviland, at Virgil, Nov. 23, 1838. He was b.
Peekskill, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1800, the son of Gilbert and Phebe (Wright) Haviland, and d.
Brooklyn, N. Y., March 23, 1877.

Children:

1812. I. SARAH DISBROW HAVILAND, b. Virgil, Feb. 6, 1840; m. Alpheus S.
Baldwin, Sept. 15, 1863.
1813. II. ALMIRA SERENA HAVILAND, b. Virgil, April 4, 1841; m. Charles E.
Baldwin.
1814. III. PHEBE JEMIMA HAVILAND, b. Virgil, April 3, 1843; d. March 9,
1851.
1815. IV. * MARIA MELISSA HAVILAND, b. Jan. 1, 1845.
DANIEL AUGUSTUS HAVILAND, b. Virgil, Nov. 26, 1846; d. Aug. 31,
1816. V. 1849.
1817. VI. SAMUEL JULIUS HAVILAND, b. Virgil, Dec. 24, 1848; d. March 4,
1867.
1818. VII. * AUGUSTUS HAVILAND, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1851.
1819. VIII. CHARLES ADOLPHUS HAVILAND, b. Brooklyn, May 4, 1853; d. July
15, 1855.
1820. IX. * PHEBE A. HAVILAND, b. Brooklyn, Nov. 24, 1855

1000. ZOPHER CHARLES MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., May 26, 1819; d. Mechanicsville,
Saratoga Co., N. Y., March 18, 1854. He m. Lucy Amelia, dau. of Charles and Mary
(Hemstraught) Childs, at Virgil, Sept. 18, 1841. She was b. Elmira, N. Y.; July 23, 1825.
Mr. Moore was raised on a farm, with a common school education, and after his marriage
engaged in the marble business, in which he was very successful.

There were 5 children, all b. in Virgil, except the last.

1821. I. * MARY MALVINA MOORE, b. June 24, 1842.
1822. II. MATILDA MEDORA MOORE, b. Dec. 18, 1844; d. Nov. 16, 1849.
1823. III. CHARLES DELOS MOORE, b. June 14, 1847; d. May 10, 1850.
1824. IV. * GROVE GILLETT MOORE, b. Jan. 8, 1850.
1825. V. CHARLES EUGENE MOORE, b. Saratoga Springs, N. Y., April 2,
1852; d. Feb. 20, 1857.
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1001. MERRITT MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Dec. 31, 1800; d. Churchville, N. Y.,
Sept. 5, 1876. He m. 1st, Julia Ann, the dau. of Daniel and Nellie ((???)) Buel, at
Saratoga, N. Y. She b. Saratoga, 1805; d. Churchville, Aug. 20, 1832. He m.
2d, Mary, the dau. of John and Margaret (McDarmid) McNaughton, at
Wheatland, N. Y., May 20, 1835. She b. Wheatland, April 15, 1808; d.
Churchville, Aug. 26, 1880. Mr. Moore taught school in Hebron, Vt., 1823-4,
Salem, Vt., 1826, and at Rupert in 1828. He was a member of the 4th Co., 2d
Regt., 1st Brigade, 2d Div., of the Vermont Militia, from 1821 to 1827, when he
was discharged with the rank of captain. He was a merchant at Menden, N. Y.,
and then at Churchville. He was a fine singer, a Presbyterian and a Democrat. He
was a justice of the peace for several years and post master through the
administration of Buchanan.

There were 3 children, b. Churchville, N. Y.

1826. I. DANIEL BUEL MOORE, b. -- 1828; d. Oct. 2. 1830.
1827. II. * JULIA ANN MOORE, b. July 30, 1832.

Child by second marriage:
1828. III. Son, b.--; d. June 21, 1836.

1002. CALVIN MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Sept. 14, 1803; d. there, May 17,
1878. He m. Ruby, the dau. of Oliver and Ruby (Blackmer) Harwood, at Rupert,
May 6, 1824. She was b there, Jan. 3, 1803, and d. April 19, 1890. Mr. Moore
was a farmer.

They had 3 children, b. Rupert, Vt.

1829. I. LOUISA MOORE, b. Aug. 29, 1825; m. Sherman Weed, Feb. 17,
1848; d. Dec. 1, 1866.
1830. II. * HENRY O. MOORE, b. Feb. 23, 1831.
1831. III. GEORGE ALBERT MOORE, b. May 5, 1841; d. July 17, 1857.

1003. SALOME MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., March 2, 1805; d. Holland, N. Y.,
Aug. 28, 1887; m. Leonard Cooper, at Elma, N. Y., May 24, 1835. He was the
son of Joseph and Dolly (Page) Cooper, b. in New Hampshire, March 27 1793;
d. Holland, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1866. Leonard was a farmer. He served in the War
of 1812, was a deacon in the Baptist Church at Holland for many years. His wife
is mentioned as a "Loving Christian mother."

They had 5 children, b. Holland, N. Y.

1832. I. * SETH MOORE COOPER, b. May 29, 1837.
1833. II. * HARRY B. COOPER, July 25, 1838.
1834. III. JAMES C. COOPER, b. Oct. 12, 1840.
1835. IV. * ARTHUR C. COOPER, b. Aug. 21, 1844.
1836. V. * CHARLES C. COOPER, b. June 15, 1848.

1004. BRADLEY MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Aug. 16, 1806; d. Marilla, N. Y.,
Nov. 29, 1896; m. Sarah, the dau. of Oliver and Ruby (Blackmer) Harwood, at
Rupert, Dec. 10, 1826. She b. at Rupert, Jan 29, 1806; d. Marilla, N. Y., Dec.
27, 1871. Mr. Moore was a farmer. He taught school 18 terms while he was
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a young man; was a justice of the peace in Marilla for 14 years. Weight 130 pounds,
eyes blue, hair black.

There were 8 children, all except two b. Lancaster, N. Y.

1837. I. * FAYETTE S. MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Oct. 21, 1827.
1838. II. * ADELINE CORNELIA MOORE, b. July 11, 1829.
1839. III. SETH MOORE, b. July 22, 1831; d. Jan. 14, 1832.
1840. IV. * JULIA HARWOOD MOORE, b. Nov. 12, 1832.
1841. V. * HARLAN PAGE MOORE, b. Franklinville, N. Y., July 3, 1837.
1842. VI. CALVIN MINOR MOORE, b. Aug. 21, 1839; unmarried.
1843. VII. * GEORGE MOORE, b. June 14, 1841.
1844. VIII. SARAH JANE MOORE, b. Oct. 2, 1845; unmarried.

1005. RHODA MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Feb. 1, 1808; d. there, March 5, 1863, on
visit to her mother. She m. Norman Harvey, at Rupert, in 1828. He was the son of
Ephraim and Pamelia (Harwood) Harvey, b. Rupert, Vt., June 23, 1807; d.
Constantine, Mich., April 17, 1866. Both are buried at Constantine. Mr. Harvey was a
farmer, manufacturer, and banker. Height 6 feet, weight 200 pounds, eyes blue. Mrs.
Harvey's height 5 feet, 3 inches, hair dark, eyes blue.

There were 12 children, the first three b. Rupert, Vt., the others Constantine, Mich.

1845. I. CHARLES MERRIT HARVEY, b. June 4, 1829; d. Oct. 3, 1850.
1846. II. SETH MOORE HARVEY, b. Nov. 27, 1830; d. Sept. --, 1832.
1847. III. LYMAN REED HARVEY, b. July 26, 1832; d. Jan. 1, 1849.
1848. IV. DELIA SALOME HARVEY, b. May 3, 1835; m. 1st. Millard Filmore
Thayer, April 7, 1853. He was b. Bennington, Vt., June 30,
1830; son of Simeon, and Philena (Laurance) Thayer. Simeon's
mother was Phila Filmore, sister to Millard Filmore, the president's
father. Millard F. Thayer's occupation was clerking,
teaching and lastly hardware merchant with his father-in-law,
Norman Harvey. One child, Simeon Harvey Thayer, b. March
9, 1854, d. Aug. 27, 1854. Millard F. Thayer, d. of cholera,
Sept. 17, 1854. Delia Harvey Thayer m. 2d, George Isaac
Crossett, Nov. 13, 1856, son of Deacon Isaac and Samantha
Pratt Crossett. He was b. in Bennington, Jan. 5, 1823, by occupation,
at one time an extensive manufacturer, one of the largest
stockholders of the 1st National Bank of Constantine, Michigan.
He was director from the first and president of this bank over
20 years. He was a man of strong personality and of much
influence in the town of Constantine. They had no children of
their own, but two by adoption, one d. in infancy, the other, Mrs.
John J. Proudfit, of Constantine, Mich, has three children,
George, named after his grandpa, Mary and Delia, named after
Grandma Crossett. Mrs. Delia Harvey Thayer Crossett has
unusual business qualifications, very unassuming and domestic in
her tastes in her younger years, her time now, is largely given to
her business interests. She has been a stockholder and director
of the First State Bank of Constantine, Mich., 3 years. She is
president of the First State Bank at the present time, 1902.
George Isaac Crossett d. of heart failure, Dec. 17, 1894. (See
Harwood Record.)
1849. V. WILLIAM SHELDON HARVEY, b. Nov. 19, 1836; d. Dec. 5, 1837.
1850. VI. * NORMAN HENRY HARVEY, b. Sept. 27, 1838.
1851. VII. RHODA PERMELIA HARVEY, b. May 20, 1840; d. 1860.
1852. VIII. * DAN MARTIN HARVEY, b. Feb. 18, 1842.
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1853. IX. SETH MOORE HARVEY, b. Aug. 9, 1843; d. Aug. 22, 1850.
1854. X. * JAMES MARK HARVEY, b. June 16, 1845.
1855. XI. * WILLIAM WALLACE HARVEY, June 6, 1848.
1856. XII. CEPHAS HARVEY, b. March 25, 1854; d. April 14, 1856.

1006. SETH MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Sept. 20, 1809; d. there, Nov. 9, 1880. He m.
Ruba Lavina, the dau. of Joseph and Vesta (Blackmer) Harwood, at Rupert, Dec. 4,
1834. She was b. Bennington, Vt., May 20, 1814; d. Rupert, Jan. 6, 1856. He m. 2d,
at Granville, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1858, Sarah Ann Hibbard, who d. Rupert, Vt., Sept. 2,
1898, aged 75 years, 6 months and 26 days. Mr. Moore was a farmer.

There were 8 children, b. Rupert, Vt., and all by first marriage.

1857. I. * JOSEPH MERRITT MOORE, b. June 29, 1836.
1858. II. RHODA ANN MOORE b. April 12, 1838; unmarried.
1859. III. * WEBSTER OLIVER MOORE, b. June 24, 1840.
1860. IV. FRANKLIN HARWOOD MOORE, b. Aug. 29, 1842; m. Sarah Jane
Carter, Brewerton, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1871; no issue.
1861. V. * SETH MORRISON MOORE, b. June 9, 1844.
1862. VI. NORMAN HARVEY MOORE, b. May 26, 1846; d. March 21, 1875.
1863. VII. * CORNELIA VESTA MOORE, b. May 13, 1848.
1864. VIII. JUDSON CORTEZ MOORE, b. April 17, 1850; d. Oct. 1, 1851.

1008. ELIZABETH or BETSEY MOORE, b. --; m. Benjamin Styles. He was a farmer
and was aftewards engaged in mining.

The following are the names of 7 of their children. It is not likely that they are arranged
in the order of birth.

1865. I. DELOS STYLES, b. --.
1866. II. MARY STYLES, b. --; m. Alex. Derace.
1867. III. JERRY STYLES, b. --.
1868. IV. SIDNEY STYLES, b. --.
1869. V. ROSA STYLES, b. --.
1870. VI. CLEANTHUS STYLES, b. --.
1871. VII. JAMES STYLES, b. --.

1011. WILLIAM MOORE, b. Arkwright, N. Y., 1816; d. Laona, N. Y., 1882; m.
Philura, the adopted dau. of Joseph and Lois Rood, b. Connecticut, 1815; d. Fredonia,
N. Y., 1891. Mr. Moore was a farmer.

They had 4 children, b. Fredonia, N. Y.

1872. I. ELLEN D. MOORE, b. Nov. 20, 1846; unmarried.
1873. II. HATTIE P. MOORE, b. Dec. 29, 1848; m. Robt. L. Newton, Laona,
N. Y., Dec. 19, 1867.
1874. III. GEORGE R. MOORE, b. June 27, 1852; m. 1st, Eunice Goldthwait;
m. 2d, Helen Ewell, at Silver Creek, N. Y., 1884.
1875. IV. FRANK MOORE, b. Dec. 25, 1856; d. young.

1012. CHARLES MOORE, b. Oneida Co., N. Y., Nov. 4, 1821. He m. Carrol, N.
Y., June, 1845, Luthera M., dau. of Pattin and Marinda (Marsh) Davis. She was b.
Carroll, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1827; d. Delaware, Iowa, April, 1869. He m. 2d, Cynthia A.
May, Denver, Col., Jan. 17, 1892. She was b. Clark Co., Virginia. Mr. Moore was a
blacksmith. Res. Annapolis, Md.
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There were 3 children, b. Laona, N. Y.

1876. I. * MARIAN EMOGENE MOORE, b. April 23, 1847.
1877. II. * LINDA A. MOORE, b. Dec. 19, 1852.
1878. III. * CLARA BELLE MOORE, b. March 31, 1856.

1013. REUBEN MOORE, b. Palmford (?), N. Y., Aug. 6, 1825; d. Brush Creek, Iowa,
Aug. 13, 1892. He m. Malvina, the dau. of Benjamin and Hannah (Morrill) Harlow, at
Haynesville(?), Ill., Jan. 28, 1853. She b. Plymouth Corners, Mich., Sept. 26, 1836. Mr.
Moore was a blacksmith.

They had 8 children.

1879. I. MILLIN MOORE, b. Haynesville, Ill., Nov. 19, 1854; unmarried.
1880. II. LELAH MOORE, b. Laona, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1857; d. June 22, 1857.
1881. III. * LEANDER MOORE, b. Haynesville, Ill., Nov. 6, 1860.
1882. IV. * IRA L. MOORE, b. May 1, 1864.
1883. V. * CLARENCE E. MOORE, b. Nov. 11, 1867.
1884. VI. * EFFIE MOORE, b. Brush Creek, Iowa, Dec. 12, 1870.
1885. VII. WILLIAM MOORE, b. Brush Creek, Iowa, Dec. 7, 1873; unmarried.
1886. VIII. * ESTELLA MOORE, b. Brush Creek, Iowa, March 28, 1877.

1016. NELSON MOORE, b. Laona, N. Y., April 12, 1830; m. Cynthia Sophia, the dau.
of Eleazar Lindsley and Flavia Cornelia (Tremain) Gardner, at Strawberry Point, Iowa,
March 1, 1860. She b. Forestville, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1843. Mr. Moore is a stock dealer
and hotel keeper.

They have 5 children.

1887. I. * FLORA ISORA MOORE, b. Black Hawk, Col., Jan. 6, 1863.
1888. II. * CHECK CLAYTON MOORE, b. Strawberry Point, Iowa, June 17, 1867.
1889. III. * GUY GARDNER MOORE, b. Delaware, Iowa, Aug. 24, 1871.
1890. IV. PERCIE PEARL MOORE, b. Delaware, Iowa, April 21, 1879. She m.
George E. King, Climax Springs, Mo., Sept. 13, 1896. He b.
Pike Co., Ill., March 25, 1875.
1891. V. HAZEL INEZ MOORE, b. Delaware, Iowa, July 8, 1886; unmarried.

1018. HENRY MOORE, b. Arkwright Center, N. Y., June 23, 1836; m. Cynthia
Renwick, Prairie du Chien, Wis., March 25, 1864. She was b. Elgin, Ill., June 4, 1847.
Mr. Moore is a liveryman, residing at Alta, Buena Vista Co., Iowa.

They had 2 children, b. Strawberry Point, Iowa.

1892. I. FRED A. MOORE, b. July 12, 1866; m. Mary Toohey, Sac City,
Iowa, Sept. 1890.
1893. II. MAUDE A. MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1871; d. Sept. 8, 1889.

1026. THEODOSIA NELSON, b. --; m. Nathaniel Foster, at Litchfield, Herkimer Co.,
N. Y. She m. 2d, James McDonald.

They had 9 children.

1894. I. * FRANKLIN FOSTER, b. --; m. Marie Segar.
1895. II. * JULIUS FOSTER, b. --; m. 1st, Ruth Hart; 2d, Sarah Sheror,
1896. III. * ORSON FOSTER, b. --; m. Delina Smith.
1897. IV. EMILY FOSTER, b. --.
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Children by 2d marriage:
1898. V. * MARIA MCDONALD, b. --; m. Marcus Bumpus.
1899. VI. * ELLEN MCDONALD, b. --; m. Franklin Vets.
1900. VII. JANE MCDONALD, b. --; m. Seymour Howard.
1901. VIII. * SOPHIA MCDONALD, b. --; m. Albert H. Pattison.
1902. IX. CORNELIA MCDONALD, b. --; m. Alvin Tyler.

1027. JULIUS C'SAR NELSON, was b. in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., N. Y., 1793; d.
Kingsville, Ohio, April 12, 1882. He m. Betsy Wheelock, at Litchfield. She was b. at
Litchfield, 1790; d. at Sheridan, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., March 20, 1845. Both are
buried at Silver Creek, N. Y.

They had 5 children, all b. at Litchfield, N. Y.

1903. I. HOSEA MILLER NELSON, b. Oct., 1818; d. Dec. 26, 1893; m. Laura
Patterson.
1904. II. DE ETTE NELSON, b. Feb. 9, 1820; d. March 9, 1860; m. Timothy
C. Eaton.
1905. III. OLIVE NELSON, b. Dec. 23, 1826; d. Dec. 23, 1847; m. William
Colville; no issue.
1906. IV. RUBY NELSON, b. 1828; d. April 20, 1863; m. Philander Warren.
1907. V. * MICHAEL HOFFMAN NELSON, b. June 20, 1830.

1029. NORMANDUS NELSON, b. Litchfield, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1798; d. Busti, N. Y.,
Aug. 31, 1862. He m. Prudence, the dau. of Amasa and (???) (Holcomb) Bushnell, at
Litchfield. She was b. Litchfield, N. Y., May 19, 1803; d. Busti, Oct. 2, 1881. He was a
farmer.

They had 7 children, b. Busti, N. Y.

1908. I. * NORMANDUS NELSON, b. March 26, 1824.
1909. II. * DIANA E. NELSON, b. April 25, 1826.
1910. III. SOPHIA NELSON, b. Jan. 18, 1829; m. Edwin Babcock, Busti, N. Y.,
May 2, 1849. She d. July 27, 1862. Went down with the
Golden Gate, six days out from San Francisco.
1911. IV. WEALTHA NELSON, b. Aug. 11, 1830; m. Oscar Babcock, at Moore's
Flats, California, June 15, 1860; d. Oct. 25, 1861. She left a
dau., b. Oct. 24, 1861, who went down with her Aunt Sophia on
the Golden Gate.
1912. V. THANKFUL NELSON, b. Dec. 14, 1831; d. Nov. 29, 1847.
1913. VI. * WILSON H. NELSON, b. Jan. 9, 1834.
1914. VII. CLARKE EATON NELSON, b. Aug. 31, 1841; d. April 23, 1842.

1035. MILTON M. MOORE, b. Simsbury, Conn., 1795; d. at Montgomery, Mass. He
m. Martha A., dau. of James Wood, at Alstead, N. H., where she was born.

They had 5 children.

1915. I. * LUMAN M. MOORE, b. Russell, Conn., Dec. 10, 1818.
1916. II. EMERY J. MOORE, b. --.
1917. III. ALDEN T. MOORE, b. --.
1918. IV. JEROME D. MOORE, b. --.
1919. V. * JULIA A. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Oct. 24, 1835.

1041. AARON P. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 8, 1801; m. Phoebe Clapp, at
Southampton, Mass., Jan. 26, 1823, the place of her birth.
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There were 3 children.

1920. I. DEXTER MOORE, b. --; m. Emma Bell.
1921. II. MARY MOORE, b. --; m. -- Bradley.
1922. III. * JULIA AMARETT MOORE, b. Oct. 20, 1827.

1042. WARHAM MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Nov. 26, 1802; d. there, Aug. 28,
1869. He m. at Montgomery, Aug. 10, 1822, Lucretia, the dau. of Zedoc and Lucretia
(Moore) Bosworth. She was b. Montgomery, Mass., Nov. 15, 1802; d. there, Jan. 13,
1832. He m. 2d, Achsah Russell, in 1835.

They had 8 children, b. Montgomery, Mass.

1923. I. * WARHAM D. MOORE, b. July 24, 1824.
1924. II. * MARQUIS D. MOORE, b. July 15, 1825.
1925. III. HENRY O. MOORE, b. --, 1828; d. Jan. 21, 1851.
1926. IV. LUCIUS MOORE, b. --, 1830; d. March, 1856.

Children by second marriage:
1927. V. * GEORGE L. MOORE, b. Feb. 1, 1837.
1928. VI. DANIEL A. MOORE, b. April 8, 1842; d. May 8, 1867. He served
as sergeant of Company "K," 46th Reg. of Mass. Vols., in the
War of the Rebellion.
1929. VII. * OCEINUS E. MOORE, b. April 17, 1846.
1930. VIII. * DWIGHT E. MOORE, b. Dec. 25, 1848.

1043. APOLLOS MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Nov. 1, 1804; d. Westfield,
Mass., June, 1885; m. Russell, Mass., Oct. 14, 1833, Effie Delina, dau. of Abel and
Hannah (Gowdy ?) Tuttle. She was b. Russell, Mass., April 12, 1810; d. Montgomery,
Feb. 5, 1898.

There were 4 children.

1931. I. HORACE VAN BUREN MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., 1834; d. June
1, 1844.
1932. II. EMILY CLARA MOORE, b. Chicopee, Mass., May 19, 1840; d. Nov.
24, 1841.
1933. III. * ALICE EMILY MOORE, b. Chicopee, Mass., Nov. 12, 1843.
1934. IV. * LILIAN GERTRUDE MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., April 8, 1853 (see
No. 1599.).

1044. ZIPPORAH MOORE, b. July 29, 1806; m. Calvin Pomeroy, at Montgomery,
Jan. 27, 1824.

They had 6 children.

1935. I. HIRAM D. POMEROY, b. Montgomery, Mass., April 20, 1825; m.
Electa Watt; no issue.
1936. II. CALVIN C. POMEROY, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 21, 1826; m.
Justina Ober; no issue.
1937. III. * EDWIN O. POMEROY, b. Jan. 25, 1828, Chautauqua Co., N. Y.
1938. IV. * WILLIAM W. POMEROY, b. Southampton, Mass., Aug. 30, 1831.
1939. V. * ELIZABETH M. POMEROY, b. July 28, 1833, Montgomery, Mass.
1940. VI. THERON POMEROY, b. Aug. 23, 1835.

1045. JULIUS MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., March 20, 1808; d. West
Stockbridge, Mass., Dec. 6, 1891; m. Hannah
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Crane Spencer, Canaan, N. Y., July 14, 1834. She b. West Stockbridge, May 4, 1815.
Mr. Moore kept a hotel for several years, and at one time was on the road as a peddler
with Jas. Fisk of New York.

They had 3 children, b. at West Stockbridge.

1941. I. SPENCER GUY MOORE, b. Aug. 30, 1835; d. July 1, 1841; drowned.
1942. II. * JAMES SPENCER MOORE, b. May 31, 1842.
1943. III. ALBERT MOORE, b. Jan. 26, 1845. He m. Widow Luanna (Cadwell)
Thorp, 1870. She d. without issue in 1874. He is now
(1899) station agent at State Line, Mass. He d. April 3, 1902.
"He was a student of the world's events and a man of information,
and his ability and attainments would have put him to the
front in railroad work if he had been ambitious, but he never
sought promotion. He was noted for his ready wit, and perhaps
had more friends than almost any other man in town."--Springfield
Republican, April 4, 1902.

1046. AMANDA MOORE, b. April 20, 1810; d. Montgomery, Mass., April 7, 1883;
m. William, son of Lathrop and Betsey (Leffingwell) Squire, at Montgomery, March 30,
1833. He was b. Montgomery, 1809; d. there, July 14, 1880. Mr. Squire was a farmer.

They had 2 children, b. Montgomery, Mass.

1944. I. SCOTT SQUIRE, b. April 29, 1834; m. Susan Clark; d. March 15,
1897; no issue.
1945. II. MARTHA SQUIRE, b. July 18, 1840; m. Milton Hoag; d. March 15,
1877. One child--Martha Amanda Hoag, b. March 1, 1877; d.
March 22, 1877.

1060. JESSE MARVIN MOORE, b. Suffield, Conn., Feb. 16, 1810; d. Hampden,
Geauga Co., Ohio, March 15, 1888. He m. Esther Pierce, at Hector, N. Y., April 3,
1832. She b. April 8, 1811; d. Hampden, Ohio, Feb. 26, 1888. Both were members of
the M. E. Church and both are buried at Hampden. Mr. Moore was a farmer.

There were 10 children.

1946. I. CAROLINE E. MOORE, b. Richford, N. Y., June 20, 1833; m. Benjamin
Quick, Allegheny, Pa., Dec. 9, 1849; d. Feb. 14, 1867.
1947. II. LEVI MOORE, b. Richford, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1834; m. Sarah Morrison,
Salamanca, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1860. He enlisted in the army, 1862,
serving nearly 3 years.
1948. III. NANCY MOORE, b. Richford, N. Y., May 20. 1836; m. Calvin
Williams, Belmont, N. Y., 1856; d. Dec. 23, 1893.
1949. IV. HENRIETTA MOORE, b. Allegheny, Pa., Feb. 12, 1839; m. Thomas
Dingman, Amity, N. Y., April 1, 1859.
1950. V. CYNTHIA MOORE, b. Allegheny, Pa., May 5, 1841; m. Henry Rhodes,
Amity, N. Y., April 1, 1859.
1951. VI. FRANCIS M. MOORE, b. Allegheny, Pa., July 21, 1843. He enlisted
in the army 1861; d. at Andersonville, about 1863. He is among
the unknown dead.
1952. VII. SHADRACH W. MOORE, b. Independence, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1846; d.
Oct. 1, 1864. He d. while at home on a furlough from the army.
1953. VIII. CHARLES H. MOORE, b. Allegheny, Pa , Sept. 15, 1849; d. Dec. 25,
1849.
1954. IX. LUTHER H. MOORE, b. Allegheny, Pa., June 5, 1851. m. Josephine
Holton, Scio, N. Y., March 7, 1878; justice of the peace and
local preacher of the M. E. Church.
1955. X. DELLA A. MOORE, b. Allegheny, Pa., Sept. 23, 1854; d. Aug. 5,
1856.
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1061. LEVI T. MOORE, b. London (?), Conn., Aug. 25, 1811; d. Raymond, Pa.,
Feb. 8, 1891. He m. Lorina, the dau. of Hastings and Nancy Maria (Hunt) Morley, at
Raymond, Pa., Nov. 3, 1840. She b. Brutus, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1822. Mr. Moore was a
farmer.

There were 5 children, b. Raymond, Pa.

1956. I. JAMES MARVIN MOORE, b. April 6, 1842; d. Dec. 1, 1863.
1957. II. * ELIZABETH MOORE, b. July 30, 1843.
1958. III. LEWIS JASPER MOORE, b. July 7, 1845; m. Sarah Wilcox, Raymond,
Pa., Jan. 13, 1867; d. Sept. 28, 1871.
1959. IV. * HORACE LAURISTON MOORE, b. Jan. 4, 1848.
1960. V. * LEROY LEVI MOORE, b. Aug. 1, 1853.

1063. SALLY MOORE, b. Sept. 25, 1816; d. Batavia, Ill., April 4, 1849; m. Joseph,
the son of John and Phoebe (Davis) Hammond, at Richford, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1842. He
was a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. at Geneva, Ill.

1961. I. * NANCY MARIA HAMMOND, b. April 20, 1845.
1962. II. LYDIA A. HAMMOND, April, 1846, d. June 1846.
1963. III. Infant, b. April, 1848; d. Aug., 1848.

1064. RICHARD MOORE, b. Groton, N. Y., Oct. 19, 1818; d. Caroline, N. Y.,
Aug. 8, 1893; m. Experience, the dau. of Abiather and Huldah (Coombs) Briggs, at
Virgil, N. Y., July 3, 1844. She b. Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y., Nov. 9, 1816; d.
Caroline, N. Y., April 21, 1887. Mr. Moore was a farmer.

There were 6 children, b. Richford, N. Y.

1964. I. * CHARLES HENRY MOORE, b. Dec. 24, 1845.
1965. II. GEORGE BRIGGS MOORE, b. Sept. 7, 1847; m. Carrie E. Legg, Dec.
26, 1888; no issue. He m. 2d, Mrs. Mary E. Rounsevill, Feb.,
1893.
1966. III. ALBERT JUDSON MOORE, b. Sept. 2, 1850; d. Aug. 18, 1865.
1967. IV. * OSCAR MOORE, b. Aug. 13, 1852.
1968. V. MARY E. MOORE, b. March 8, 1855. Her res. 19 E. Mill St., Ithaca,
N. Y. She has been of great help in securing the records of the
descendants of Jesse Moore.
1969. VI. CYNTHIA MOORE, b. April 6, 1858.

1065. MARIAH MOORE, b. Oct. 28, 1819; d. Richford, N. Y., March 23, 1860.
She m. July 4, 1844, John S. Fitch, at Richford. He d. there, Feb. 12, 1861. He was
the son of David and Sally (Surdam) Fitch.

There were 6 children, b. Richford, N. Y.

1970. I. * ELIZABETH S. FITCH, b. March 12, 1846.
1971. II. ORSON D. FITCH, b. Sept. 8, 1847; m. Delia Clark; res. in Kansas.
1972. III. * CYNTHIA M. FITCH, b. Oct, 6, 1849.
1973. IV. ANN E. FITCH, b. Oct. 28, 1851; m. Smith Wilcox, Speedsville,
May, 1867.
1974. V. HUBERT J. FITCH, b. Oct. 31, 1853; unmarried; res. in Kansas.
1975. VI. DELLA M. FITCH, b. July 29, 1856; m. Charles H. Buck, Newark
Valley, 1879; d. Nov. 3, 1883.
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1067. AMANDA L. MOORE, b. Groton, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1827, m. Calvin J., the son
of Zelotes and Abigail (Sawyer) Robinson, at Richford, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1845. He was b.
Berkshire, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1818; d. Richford, March 12, 1899.

They had 12 children, b. Richford, N. Y.

1976. I. HELEN M. ROBINSON, b. Jan. 2, 1847; d. Jan. 27, 1847.
1977. II. WILLIAM EDGAR ROBINSON, b. April 30, 1848.
1978. III. HARRIET ROBINSON, b. Nov. 18, 1850; d. March 1, 1851.
1979. IV. HORACE E. ROBINSON, b. Dec. 18, 1851; d. Aug. 2, 1868.
1980. V. * MARY A. ROBINSON, b. Dec. 17, 1854.
1981. VI. * EUGENE ROBINSON, b. March 14, 1856.
1982. VII. FRANK ROBINSON, b. March 7, 1858; d. March 7, 1865.
1983. VIII. * FRED J. ROBINSON, b. Feb. 22, 1860.
1984. IX. HUBERT ROBINSON, b. March 22, 1862; d. March 22, 1863.
1985. X. * HILAND B. ROBINSON, b. Sept. 16, 1865.
1986. XI. JAMES H. ROBINSON, b. Jan. 16. 1868; m. Amanda Marilla Green,
Havana, N. Y., March 26, 1893.
1987, XII. Son, b. May 28, 1871; d. Jan. 9, 1872.

1068. CYNTHIA MOORE, b. Richford, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1829; m. Artemus, the son of
Consider and Rebecca (Briggs) Howland, at Richford, Oct. 24, 1848. He was b. Lisle,
N. Y., Nov. 2, 1822; d. Newark Valley, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1875. He was a farmer.

They had 4 children, all but the last b. Lisle, N. Y.

1988. I. JAMES G. HOWLAND, b. Dec. 24, 1849; d. March 7, 1852.
1989. II. * HENRY H. HOWLAND, b. Oct. 4, 1852.
1990. III. * SARAH E. HOWLAND, b. June 26, 1855.
1991. IV. * JESSIE A. HOWLAND, b. Caroline, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1863.

1069. LUCELIA EMILIA HAYES, b. Granby, Conn., Sept. 25, 1816, d. July 15, 1855;
m. Josiah Harvey Hatch, of Granville, Mass., in 1835. He was a farmer; b. March 17,
1808.

There were 7 children, the first 2, b. Granville, Mass., the others at Penn, Ill.

1992. I. CAROLINE ELIZABETH HATCH, b. June 13, 1837.
1993. II. JANE FIDELIA HATCH, b. June 8, 1839.
1994. III. CHARLES DENSLOW HATCH, b. Nov. 5, 1841; d. in the army March
27, 1862.
1995. IV. ELEANOR CATHARINE HATCH, b June 26, 1843,
1996. V. JOHN JOSIAH HATCH, b. Sept. 25, 1846.
1997. VI. EDWARD HARVEY HATCH, b. Feb. 8, 1850.
1998. VII. MARTHA AMELIA HATCH, b. Feb. 12, 1854.

1070. ELMINA FIDELIA HAYES, b. March 11, 1819; d. Dec. 18, 1850; m. Aug. 31,
1836, Charles Wellington Denslow, b. Granby, Aug. 21, 1815; cashier of Bank of
Mendocino, Cal.

There were 5 children, b. Windsor, Conn.

1999. I. CHARLES ALMANZOR DENSLOW, b. May 11, 1838; d. Cal., Jan. 16.
1878.
2000. II. JOHN CHESTER DENSLOW, b. March 31, 1840; d. Sept. 13, 1842.
2001. III. MARY EMILY DENSLOW, b. Sept. 4, 1841; d. Mendocino, Cal., Feb.
8, 1880.
2002. IV. ELIPHALET BUCK DENSLOW, b. Aug. 24, 1844; d. April 9 1860.
2003. V. A son, b. April 30, d. Sept. 12, 1848.
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1071. CHESTER ALONZO HAYES, b. May 2, 1821; m. Washington, Conn., Sarah
Catharine Woodruff, Oct. 9, 1844.

There were 8 children, b. Harwinton, Conn.

2004. I. CHESTER WOODRUFF HAYES, b. July 24, 1847; d. June 10, 1863.
2005. II. CHARLES HOLCOMB HAYES, b. April 12, 1849.
2006. III. MARY ELIZABETH HAYES, b. May 10, 1851.
2007. IV. SARAH FIDELIA HAYES, b. Feb. 24, 1854; d. April 26, 1857.
2008. V. EDWARD AUGUSTINE HAYES, b. May 1, 1858.
2009. VI. ELLEN MARIA HAYES, b. May 29, 1861.
2010. VII. JOHN JEROME HAYES, b. Aug. 10, 1863.
2011. VIII. HARRIET ELIZA HAYES, b. Aug. 16, 1866.

1075. MARTHA PAULINA HAYES, b. May 23, 1831; m. Jerome Bursey Ford,
Windsor, Conn., May 3, 1854. He was b. Grand Isle, Vt., Jan. 29, 1821. Res.
Oakland, Cal.

They had 6 children, b. Mendocino, Cal.

2012. I. JEROME CHESTER FORD, b. Feb. 14, 1856.
2013. II. CATHARINE PAULINE FORD, b. April 4, 1857; m. Rev. John Rea,
Oakland, Cal.
2014. III. CHARLES DENSLOW FORD, b. Aug. 9, 1858; m. Nellie Lincoln,
Oakland, Cal.
2015. IV. ELLA JANE FORD, b. March 20, 1860.
2016. V. SUSAN FIDELIA FORD, b. San Francisco, May 14, 1864.
2017. VI. PERSIS AMANDA FORD, b. May 5, 1866; d. Aug. 15, 1867.

1076. SUSAN JANE HAYES, b. Sept. 1, 1834; m. 1861, John E. Chalfant, b. New
London, Pa., April 12, 1825; res. Cloverdale, Cal.

They had 2 children, b. Mendocino, Cal.

2018. I. MATTIE F. CHALFANT, b. April 18, 1863.
2019. II. NELLIE L. CHALFANT, b. June 8, 1865.
(See Geo. Hayes of Windsor, pp. 35, 88, 119, 159.)

1093. ABIAL CUSHMAN, b. Oct. 30, 1788; m. Elizabeth Edwards of Suffield, Conn.,
Oct. 30, 1809. She b. Feb. 16, 1786; d. Jan. 15, 1849. He was a farmer in Southwick,
where he d. April 11, 1834.

They had 3 children.

2020. I. * ALANSON CUSHMAN, b. Oct. 24, 1810.
2021. II. * WILLIAM CUSHMAN, b. Dec. --, 1814.
2022. III. WATSON CUSHMAN, b. April --, 1823; d. Nov. 12, 1844.

1096. SIMEON MERRITT CUSHMAN, b. March 1, 1795; m. Amelia Rice of
Granby, Conn., May 28, 1821. He was a farmer in Worthington, Mass. She b. 1798.

They had 4 children.

2023. I. NANCY CUSHMAN, b. Jan. 23, 1822; m. Henry Park, Blandford,
Mass.; no issue.
2024. II. NORMAN CUSHMAN, b. Oct. 15, 1826; m. Lucy Weed, Conway,
Mass., July 1, 1852.
2025. III. MARY P. CUSHMAN, b. Dec. 16, 1831; m. Henry Tilson, Cummington,
Mass., Oct. 15, 1850.
2026. IV. OSCAR RICE CUSHMAN, b. May 6, 1835.
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1097. MILTON CUSHMAN, b. April 14, 1797; m. Clarissa Rice of Granby, Conn.,
May 29, 1821. She b. Oct. 27, 1799. He was a farmer and had 6 children.

2027. I. * JOHN RICE CUSHMAN, b. May 25, 1822.
2028. II. MARCUS CUSHMAN, b. April 6, 1826; m. Mary Jane Dibble, b. Nov.
26, 1829.
2029. III. ELIZUR CUSHMAN, b. Aug. 3, 1828.
2030. IV. FRANKLIN ABIEL CUSHMAN, b. July 29, 1833.
2031. V. JANE ELIZA CUSHMAN, b. June 19, 1839.
2032. VI. EVILINA AMELIA CUSHMAN, b. Au9. 13, 1842.

1101. SOLOMON CUSHMAN, b. July 21, 1804; m. Betsey Williams, dau. of
William Prentice of Worthington, Mass., Nov. 1, 1824. She b. Oct. 17, 1805. He was
ordained a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1838 and continued in the
ministry to the date of his death, Oct. 8, 1853, in Gill, Mass.

There were 2 children.

2033. I. * WILLIAM PRENTICE CUSHMAN, b. Oct. 20, 1825.
2034. II. PHILURA JENNETTE CUSHMAN, b. July 13, 1831.

1105. MILTON DUANE LEONARD, b. Dec. 27, 1813, Worthington, Mass.; m.
Emeline, dau. of Justus Olds, April 2, 1839. She b. Middlefield, Mass., July 31, 1816;
resided Granby, Conn.,

They had 3 children.

2035. I. * FRANCES LEONARD, b. Aug. 25, 1842.
2036. II. GEORGE H. LEONARD, b. March 29, 1844.
2037. III. MERRICK DWIGHT LEONARD, b. Dec. 2, 1849; m. May 30, 1872,
Julia A., dau, of Goodman and Charlotte (Gladden) Moore,
Granville, Mass. He d. Dec. 13, 1873.

1106. LEWIS D. LEONARD, b. Dec. 23, 1820; m. 1st, Mary M. Griswold of
Bloomfield, Nov. 22, 1846; she b. Feb. 21, 1829; d. Chicopee, Mass., Oct. 30, 1876.
He m. 2d, June 5, 1877, at Chicopee, Elizabeth L. Waite, where he d. Nov. 21, 1882.
She d. there, June 23, 1883.

There were 3 children by 1st marriage.

2038. I. CYNTHIA M. LEONARD, b. Sept. 14, 1847; m. Edwin Phelps, July 7,
1879; res. Holyoke, Mass.
2039. II. ALICE A. LEONARD, b. Sept. 16, 1850; m. George Drury.
2040. III. LEWIS W. LEONARD, b. May 16, 1859; d. Aug. 29, 1876.

1108. MELISSA HOLCOMB, b. Granby, Conn., July 25, 1793, d. Granby, July 26,
1853; m. Bildad, the son of Isaac and Lurannah (Pettibone) Ensign, at Granby, Jan. 22,
1818.

There were 6 children, b. Simsbury, Conn.

2041. I. MELISSA EUNICE ENSIGN, b. Dec. 25, 1818; m. Joseph Barber
Barnes, Jan. 14, 1847.
2042. II. MARY EVELINE ENSIGN, b. Aug. 25, 1819; d. Oct. 25, 1821.
2043. III. HENRY WATTS ENSIGN, b. Feb. 16, 1821; m. Rebecca Jane Curtis,
March 18, 1847.
2044. IV. MARY EVELINE ENSIGN, b. Oct. 17, 1823; d. Sept. 1, 1826.
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2045. V. CAROLINE ELIZABETH ENSIGN, b. March 27, 1830; m. William
Sherman Gardner, Hartford, Conn., Jan. 2, 1859.
2046. VI. MARY LURANNAH ENSIGN, b. Sept. 29, 1834; m. Elijah Ford Young,
March 19, 1857, at Cleveland, Ohio.

1112. WILLIS REED (See No. 588).

1113. POLLY REED (See No. 704).

1114. WILSON REED, b. Granby, Conn., Sept. 30, 1806; d. Spencer, Ind., Jan. 9,
1836; m. Almira, the dau. of Capt. William and Vestah (Clark) Marvin, at Granville,
Mass., Aug. 15, 1832. He was a dealer in clocks, and had several men traveling in his
employ.

There were 2 children.

2047. I. JANE OPHELIA REED, b. Spencer, Ill., May 15, 1834. She m. Wells S.
Gillett, at Granby, Conn., Jan. 8, 1852; no issue. She preserved
the Bible Record of the family of Joseph Moore, No. 63, and
contributed that to the history of the family.
2048. II. Infant, b. Granville, Mass., April, 1836; d. same day.

1118. WILLIAM REED, b. Granby, Conn., April 21, 1815; d. Tariffville, Conn., Jan. 26,
1879; m. Harriet Maria, the dau. of Richard and Ruth Olcott, Oct. 7, 1741. He was a
hotel keeper. His wife was b. about 1818; d. Tariffville, Conn., March 5, 1888.

There were 5 children.

2049. I. GEORGE WILLIAM MARTIN REED, b. Oct. 1, 1842; m. Widow
Caroline Woolworth Allen, New Haven, Conn., Feb. 24, 1869;
no issue.
2050. II. HENRIETTA MARI REED, b. Jan. 1, 1845; d. April 8, 1863
2051. III. DANIEL OLCOTT REED, b. Oct. 1, 1847; m. Sarah A. Cowen, Danbury,
Conn., April 30, 1873; no issue.
2052. IV. * CHARLES WILSON REED, b. Feb. 26, 1850.
2053. V. RICHARD HENRY REED, b. July 10, 1863; m. Nellie Kate Ranney,
Dec. 29, 1892, in New York; no issue.

1120. DENNIS S. REED, b. Granby, Conn., Oct. 4, 1811; d. Hartford, Conn., Jan. 9,
1849. He m. Mary B., the dau. of Stephen and Abigail (Stanley) Cornwell, at Portsmouth,
N. H., Oct. 13, 1835. She b. at Sag Harbor, L. I., Aug. 1, 1813; d. Granby, Jan. 17,
1878. Both are buried at Salmon Brook. He was a merchant.

They had 3 children.

2054. I. WILSON DENNIS REED, b. Granby, Conn., July 20, 1836; d. June
16, 1853.
2055. II. * LOYAL WILCOX REED, b. Chillicothe, Ohio, Dec. 14, 1843.
2056. III. STARLING D. REED, b. Chillicothe, Ohio, June 27, 1845; d. Dec. 21,
1893.

1125. EDMUND A. REED, b. Sept. 17, 1821; m. Eliza M., the dau. of Havilah and
Hannah B. (Clark) Smith, at Vernon,
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Ohio, Dec. 27, 1848. She b. Vernon, Ohio, July 27, 1827. Mr. Reed was a farmer;
was justice of the peace 21 years consecutively; was 4 years in the Ohio House of
Representatives; he was 2 years state senator, and was Trumbull Co., Ohio,
commissioner for 6 years.

There were 3 children, b. Vernon, Ohio.

2057. I. HARRIET E. REED, b. March 6, 1850; m. Atchison T. Gilmore,
March 22, 1871.
2058. II. ALLEN S. REED, b. Jan. 2, 1852; d. Sept. 25, 1873.
2059. III. CHARLES E. REED, b. Aug. 9, 1855; m. Martha Pritchard, March 1,
1880.

1134. MARTHA S. BENJAMIN, b. Granby, Conn., Dec. 24, 1824; d.
Bernardston, Mass., July 28, 1854; m. William Wallace Hebbard, at Granby, Jan 30,
1845. He was the son of Timothy Hebbard, and was b. Lisbon, Maine, March 9,
1823; d. Nashua, N. H., Dec. 9, 1889. He m. 2d, Mary T. Fogg of Rockland,
Maine, March 9, 1858. He m. 3d, Miss Fannie White of Bangor, Maine, Jan. 28,
1874.

Robert Hebbard, the immigrant of this family, came to Salem, Mass., in 1637, at the
request of Gov. Winthrop, to show the settlers how to make brick. (?) He came from
Salisbury, England, where he was b. about 1611. He had the promise of a square
mile of land but never secured a title to it.

Dr. Hebbard was the son of Timothy, lumberman with a large family, so that the
young man was forced to a life of hard labor from the time he was 6 years old. His
environment was exactly such as is most likely to produce great men. It was by his
own efforts that he secured sufficient money to get some primary schooling. He then
taught school. At 18 he studied for the ministry, and was soon after recognized as a
minister. After his marriage, the father-in-law suggested that the ministry was not a
bread-winning business and that it would be better to study medicine. The young
minister took this advice and attended several courses of lectures at Harvard.

After his graduation he practiced his profession at Fall River, Mass., and then at
Waltham till 1854. The doctor was celebrated as a platform speaker, and being an
anti-slavery man, was active in the Fremont campaign of 1856. At the close of the
campaign he gave up the active practice of his profession and traveled through New
England and as far west as the Mississippi river, giving his great lecture on physiology
and health. He treated patients in connection with his lectures and his books show
that more than 200,000 people sought his professional skill. These lectures were
endorsed by Judge Russell of Boston, Hon. J. Z. Goodrich of Boston, and the Poet
Longfellow said: "They are spirited and vigorous." Wendell Phillips said: "They cannot
fail to thrill cold Saxon blood into enthusiasm. Warrant the strongest endorsement."
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There was 1 child.

2060. I. * ELLERY COLA HEBBARD, b. Adrian, Mich., March 20, 1847.

1142. ALFRED DIBBLE, b. Southwick, Mass., Oct. 25, 1837; m. Philenia, the dau. of
Aretas and Nancy (Allen) Fowler, at Southwick, Mass., Nov. 24, 1857. She b. at
Southwick. Aug. 22, 1837; d. Westfield, Mass., June 6, 1868. He m. 2d, Elizabeth, the
dau. of Erastus and Elizabeth Dickinson, Nov. 25, 1868. She b. Malone, N. Y., Aug. 23,
1838. He is a farmer and manufacturer of whips. Alfred Dibble was mustered into the
United States service as private in the 34th Mass. (?) Vol. Infantry, Aug. 31, 1862, and
mustered out as 2d Lieut. June 16, 1865.

There were 5 children, all but the first b. at Westfield, Mass.

2061. I. MARTIN ALFRED DIBBLE, b. Southwick, Oct. 30, 1858; m. Lidia
Leanard, at Westfield, Nov. 2, 1879.
2062. II. BURTON EDWIN DIBBLE, b. Oct. 6, 1862; m. Mattie Bridge, Newton,
Mass., Oct. 20, 1886.

Children by 2d marriage:

2063. III. OSCAR WILLIAM DIBBLE, b. Nov. 15, 1869; m. Sarah Ann Power,
Westfield, Aug. 7, 1896.
2064. IV. GERTRUDE CLARK DIBBLE, b. April 27, 1874.
2065. V. MARY ELIZABETH DIBBLE, b. Sept. 14, 1877.

1144. JANE CECELIA REED, b. Granby, Conn., March 25, 1825; d. Southwick,
Mass., March 1, 1894; m. Ward, the son of Samuel Truman and Mary (Steer) Vining, at
Granby, July 10, 1845. He was b. Southwick, Mass., Dec. 31, 1826.

There were 9 children, all b. in Southwick.

2066. I. GERTRUDE AMARET VINING, b. Jan. 23, 1846; m. Hinman Abram
Dibble, Granby, March 7, 1866.
2067. II. JASPER WARD VINING, b. May 18, 1848; m. Ella Brown, Springfield,
Mass., April 4, 1881.
2068. III. MORTIMER JAY VINING, b. Oct. 22, 1849; m. Mary Thompson, Oct.,
1872.
2069. IV. * LESTER REED VINING, b. Nov. 27, 1852.
2070. V. MORTON MOORE VINING, b. June 23, 1856; m. Ida Luella Skinner,
Oct. 6, 1881.
2071. VI. JENNIE SARAH VINING, b. Jan. 24, 1858; m. Edward Gillett, Oct. 10,
1882.
2072. VII. ETTE CECELIA VINING, b. Dec. 4, 1859; m. Edward Hanlon Knott,
Sept. 7, 1882.
2073. VIII. FOSTER VINING, b. April 6, 1862; m. Ida Eliza Allen, March 28,
1888.
2074. IX. HATTIE MAY VINING, b. Sept. 23, 1865.

1145. WILBERT REED, b. Granby, Conn., Dec. 21, 1826; m. Henrietta, the dau. of
Lyman and Hannah (Francis) Humphrey, at Bloomfield, Conn., Nov. 27, 1845; she b.
there, Nov. 19, 1828. Mr. Reed has held several offices of trust in the town of Granby.
Height 6 feet, weight 140 pounds, hair brown, eyes blue.
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There were 5 children, all b. Granby, Conn.

2075. I. * ELLA JANE REED, b. Jan. 24, 1850.
2076. II. GEORGIANNA AMARET REED, b. Nov. 10, 1852; d. March 6, 1853.
2077. III. * CARRIE AMARET REED, b. June 7, 1854.
2078. IV. KAITE ELIZA REED, b. Nov. 9, 1856; d. Oct. 20, 1861.
2079. V. * KATIE HENRIETTA REED, b. May 2, 1861.

1149. FRANCIS BURDETT MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Feb. 2, 1826; m. July 3,
1866, Mrs. Mary J. Gibbons, whose family name was Brown. She was b. Sept. 11,
1837. Mr. Moore is a very successful farmer in Southwick.

There are 3 children, all b. Southwick, Mass.

2080. I. FRANCIS A. MOORE, b. Aug. 18, 1870; m. Minnie L. Degraff, Oct.
9, 1895.
2081. II. CHARLES B. MOORE, b. Jan. 20, 1874.
2082. III. RALPH L. MOORE, b. May 24, 1877.

1150. MARCUS AURELIUS MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., March 29, 1830; m.
Frances Amelia, the dau. of Lewis Doolittle and Mary (Horton) Fowler, at Southwick,
Oct. 9, 1855. She was b. Southwick, Jan. 4, 1830. Mr. Moore was a farmer.

They had 1 child.

2083. I. CATIE PERLEY MOORE, b. May 24, 1859; m. Fred Scott Warner,
Oct. 9, 1884.

1151. ARTHUR DUANE MOORE, b. Southwick, Mass., Jan. 4, 1836; m. Lavina
Sarah, dau. of Wingate and Julia (Bill) Bush, at Weathersfield, Conn., June 11, 1860.
She b. Southwick, Aug. 22, 1842. Mr. Moore is a merchant in Albany, N. Y., where
their 3 children were born.

2084. I. ARTHUR DUANE MOORE, b. April 11, 1861.
2085. II. MARTHA ADA MOORE, b. Aug. 22, 1868.
2086. III. STELLA CATHARINE MOORE, b. Dec. 14, 1877.

1152. PHILURA C. MERRIMAN, b. Granby, Conn., Jan. 11. 1827; d. Hartford,
Ohio, Feb. 9, 1886; m. Norman G. Fisk, at Hartford, Ohio, Sept. 16, 1857. He was b.
Wayne Co., N. Y., Jan. 9, 1822; d. Hartford, Trumbull Co., Ohio, Oct. 25, 1894. He
was a farmer.

They had 3 children, b. Hartford, Ohio.

2087. I. OTIS FISK, b. Feb. 15, 1860; d. April 4, 1860.
2088. II. AMARET M. FISK, b. Aug. 13, 1861; d. Sept. 25, 1861.
2089. III. WILLARD E. FISK, b. Feb. 22, 1863; m. Jennie T. Eich, Fowler,
Ohio, April 29, 1885.

1160. NAPOLEON B. MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Feb. 2, 1827; d. Mantua, Oct. 10,
1881. He m. Emma A., the dau. of Albin and Martha (McNett) Wright, July 29, 1848.
She b. May 3, 1826; d. Garrettsville, Ohio, Feb. 28, 1854. He m. 2d, Caroline F., the
dau. of Andrew M. and Sally (Smith) Pope, May 26, 1856. She was b. Oxford, New
Haven Co., Conn., Nov. 17, 1836. Mr Moore was a painter.
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There were 2 children.

2090. I. * CHARLES A. MOORE, b. Garrettsville, Ohio, May 3, 1852.
By second marriage:
2091. II. * HENRY C. MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, April 22, 1858.

1161. MARK MILTON MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Sept. 29, 1818; m. Mantua, Ohio,
Nov. 29, 1842, Mary Louisa, dau. of Simeon and Eunice (Harmon) Sheldon. Eunice was
the dau. of Judge Elias Harmon and the first white child b. in Mantua. Mrs. Moore was b.
Mantua, Aug. 17, 1822; d. Auburn, Ohio, Aug. 10, 1847. He m. 2d, Aug. 3, 1848,
Mary Elizabeth Bassett, b. Oxford, New Haven Co., Conn., July 31, 1825; d.
Wesleyville, Pa., May 26, 1864. He m. 3d, Jan. 31, 1866, Julia Ann Wood, b. April 2,
1829; d. Wesleyville, Pa., Nov. 19, 1883, She b. Bethel, Windsor Co., Vt. He m. 4th,
Sept. 17, 1890, L. A. Rathbun Burnham, b. Hartford, Trumbull Co., Ohio, July 22,
1844. Mr. Moore is a physician in Wesleyville, Pa. On March 27, 1837, he began to
work with George Sheldon, carpenter and builder, as an apprentice, continuing during the
summers of 1837, '38 and '39, until he was 21 years old. In the autumn of 1839 he built
the school house in district No. 3, Mantua, Portage Co., Ohio, for which he hewed the
timbers and that winter attended school in Meadville, Pa. During the next 10 years he
built a great many barns and dwelling houses in Mantua, Troy and Auburn, besides
several churches and the court house at Jefferson, Ohio. In 1840 he was ordained
minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Having studied medicine for many years, he began the practice in 1852 and has given
most of his time to that profession.

As physician and minister he has officiated at the three most important events in the lives
of his friends for three generations.

His diversified interests as house-builder, clergyman and physician have brought him into
close touch with the people, and his presence at public meetings has been in demand for
50 years.

There were 4 children.

2092. I. * SHELDON MILTON MOORE, b. Hiram, Ohio, Jan. 5, 1845.
2093. II. MARY ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Aug. 2. 1849; m. John
C. Chambers, at Wesleyville, Pa., Dec. 25, 1874; d. Oct. 2, 1891;
buried in Wesleyville; no issue.
2094. III. LUCRETIA ADELPHIUS MOORE, b. Colebrook, Ohio, May 10, 1852;
d. Jan. 9, 1860.
2095. IV. EMERY HARVEY MOORE, b. Vienna, Ohio, July 2, 1854; m. Mary
Ross, at Wesleyville, Pa., March 15, 1875.

1162. HOMER H. MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, March 10, 1820; m. Philena, the dau. of
Judge Joel and Electa (King) Burnell, at Charlotte, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., Feb. 22,
1850. She b. Charlotte, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1823. Mr. Moore was named after his father's
cousin (see No. 579). He worked on the farm till the fall before he was 21 when he went
to Shalersville, Ohio, to attend a select school, doing chores morning and evening for his
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board. That winter he taught school in Shalersville at $14 per month. In 1841
he entered an academy in Chagrin Falls, where he remained two years
studying mathematics and Latin and Greek composition. In 1843 he went to
Kentucky and engaged in teaching for two years, when he returned and
became a member of the Erie Annual Conference and was appointed to the
Windom charge.

Actuated by an intense desire to see Kansas made a free state, in 1857 he
transferred to the Kansas Conference, and in 1861 entered the army as
chaplain of the 3d Kansas Regiment. In 1863, went to South Carolina to assist
Col. Montgomery and others in the organization of colored regiments. In 1864
he was appointed superintendent of education for the state of Florida, and
co-operated with the Freedman's Bureau and certain Northern Aid Societies.
He resigned in May, 1865, and returned North. At the next session of the Erie
Conference he entered the work of the itinerary again.

Seeing that Chautauqua Lake was likely to become a summer resort, in 1869
he, at his own expense and on his own motion, attended a camp-meeting at
Round Lake, N. Y., to study the situation as an aid to the formation of a
judgment in regard to establishing a permanent camp ground at Chautauqua
Lake. The following week he attended a camp-meeting at Dayton, Cataraugus
Co., N. Y., and explained to the preachers and principal laymen the superior
facilities Chautauqua Lake afforded for a permanent camp-meeting ground,
when a committee was appointed to survey the lake and select a site. This was
soon done, "Fair Point" selected and 50 acres bought for $10,000. After a
number of camp-meetings had been held Lewis Miller and Dr. J. H. Vincent,
in 1873, requested the privilege of holding a Sunday School Assembly there
the following year. This was granted, the assembly was a great success, and in
1877 Rev. E. J. L. Baker, Dr. W. W. Wythe and Dr. H. H. Moore were
appointed a committee by the Erie Conference to transfer the camp ground to
the chartered Chautauqua Assembly. Mr. Moore, who was vice president of
the Camp-meeting Association, was made a trustee of the Chautauqua
Assembly and remains such at the present time.

Dr. Moore has at different times occupied the Chautauqua platform as
lecturer, questions of speculative philosophy or theology always engaging his
attention. He was one of the editors of the Chautauqua Daily Herald during the
first 15 years of its existence.

Besides many contributions to church papers and the Methodist Review he is
the author of 5 volumes--"Ida Norton, or Life at Chautauqua," "Matter, Life
and Mind," "Sickness as a Profession," "The Anatomy of Atheism," and "The
Republic to Methodism, Debtor."

In 1887 Allegheny College conferred upon Mr. Moore the degree of Doctor
of Divinity. He was a member of the general conference in 1880, '84 and '92,
and for a term of 4 years was a member
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of the book committee which has the management of the publishing interests of the
church.

There were 3 children.

2096. I. HELEN IMOGENE MOORE, b. Wesleyville, Pa., March 28, 1852; d.
Dec. 8, 1855.
2097. II. EUGENIA ELECTA MOORE, b. Franklin, Pa., Sept. 4, 1856; d. March
10, 1858.
2098. III. HOMER MOORE, b. April 29, 1863. "At 12 he began a preparatory
course for college. but music like a haunting spirit intruded itself
into all his pursuits, and before he had taken a lesson in singing
he was chosen, at the age of 17, to lead the choir in the First M.
E. Church in Erie, Pennsylvania." He, after some months,
resigned this position and entered the Conservatory of Music in
Boston and continued there for two years, then commenced
teaching. In 1891, he went to Germany and studied a year in
Munich, and since then has spent his time in lecturing, teaching
and writing music. Res. (1903) St. Louis, Mo.

1163. AMAZIAH MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, April 14, 1822; d. Cleveland, Ohio,
Oct. 7, 1897. He m. Mary Eva Boothe, at Vienna, Ohio, in Feb., 1854. He m. 2d, May
Cornelia Bartholomew, at Vienna, Feb. 14, 1856; she b. there, Aug. 20, 1838. She d.
Cleveland, Ohio, April 13, 1897.

When Mr. Moore was 21 years of age he went to Kentucky and then to Alabama,
where he taught school 2 years. On his return he studied medicine with Dr. T. J. Trask
of Hiram, Ohio, and attended lectures at the Cleveland Medical College, where he
acquired the degree of doctor of medicine. He practiced his profession at Washington,
Pa., and at Vienna, Ohio, removing to Huron, Atchison Co., Kansas, in 1857. In the fall
of 1861 he assisted in raising a company of volunteers for the war and was mustered in
as 1st Lieut. Co. "D," Second Kansas Cavalry, Nov. 20, 1861. He resigned and was
mustered out of the service on account of disability, Aug. 12, 1863. It was this disability
contracted in the army that finally caused his death.

His service in the army was extremely arduous, for the Second Kansas Cavalry opened
every battle of the army of the frontier and was the last in pursuit of the enemy after the
battle was won. It happened he was in Lawrence with his family at the tine the city was
burned and the inhabitants massacred by the guerrillas of Quantrell, where his life was
saved by the presence of mind of his wife. She destroyed his captain's uniform and by
persistently addressing him as Doctor succeeded in deceiving the enemy as to his being
in the army. The night following the raid a rumor was circulated through the town to the
effect that the raiders were returning. Captain Moore secured a horse and picketed the
road leading east from the city during the whole night, determined to warn the town in
case the rumor proved to be well founded.

Dr. Moore's health was so broken by his army service that ten years after his resignation
he was obliged to give up his medical practice. In 1881, he moved to Cleveland, Ohio,
and from that time on his leisure was spent in writing, for which he had a decided
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taste. A great many fugitive pieces of verse and prose from his pen were printed from
time to time in the Cleveland papers. A single one is reproduced here. It is the last he ever
wrote, and was written when the hand of death was on him.

TO BE A BOY AGAIN.

I would I were a boy at play,
To roam the woods and fields;
I would forego the brightest day,
Successful fortune yields;
I would ignore the wise and great,
And all the rich rewards of state,
That bold ambition wields,
To be a boy this bright June day,
And roam the flow'ry fields at play.

Along the glades where spring brooks run,
Are groves of maple trees,
Whose vistas echo songs of fun
And life on every breeze;
'Tis not these scenes for which I crave,
But for my youth, so strong and brave;
And with the world at ease
I'd give earth's treasures all away,
To roam once more a boy at play.

Bright pencilings of sunlight's shaft,
O'er life a diamond hue,
Are mirrored in the changeless past,
I ever keep in view.
I feel perforce the rayful flame,
That lights the way by which I came,
And turns the false to true;
All these, and worlds, I'd give to-day
To roam again a boy at play.

O youth! divinest power of earth!
The joys of life were planned
By thee, and from thy welcomed birth
Were scattered by thy hand.
When spring awakes the vital air,
And hope and joy are everywhere,
I feel my soul expand;
All these I'd give, and more, to-day
To roam the fields a boy at play,
--Amaziah Moore, M. D.

There were 6 children.

2099. I. ELISHA BOOTHE MOORE, b. Vienna, Ohio, Dec. 7, 1854; d. Jan. 24,
1855.
2100. II. FLORENCE MAY MOORE, b. Jan. 9, 1860, Huron, Kansas; d. Sept.
20, 1892. She was a beautiful girl, an excellent singer, and a
prolific writer for the magazines.
2101. III. WILLIAM ALBERT MOORE, b. Huron, Kansas, Sept. 3, 1861; d. Sept.
6, 1861.
2102. IV. LIZZIE CORNELIA MOORE, b. Lawrence, Kansas, May 6, 1864; d.
Nov. 7, 1864.
2103. V. ALICE CELIA MOORE, b. Lawrence, Kansas, May 6, 1864; d. same
date.
2104. VI. * FRANCES KATE MOORE, b. June 28, 1868, Hiram, Ohio.
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1166. ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, April 9, 1827; m. George H., the
son of James and Margery (Potter) Fairbanks, June 1, 1854. Mr. Fairbanks, b.
Adams, N. Y., April 26, 1833, was a farmer in Troy, Geauga Co., Ohio, and
Congregational minister. He moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where he now resides, on
Lockwood Avenue. He still preaches and is engaged in real estate business. He has
been very successful as a farmer and is a preacher of great earnestness and power. He
has always taken much interest in politics; is a prohibitionist, and for several years has
voted with the opposition to the Republican party. Mrs. Fairbanks was prominent in
the order of Patrons of Husbandry. She was president of the Geauga Co., Ohio, W.
C. T. U. for 3 years, and was president of the Troy Soldiers Aid Society, during the
war.

There are 2 children.

2105. I. * ERNEST EUGENE FAIRBANKS, b. Troy, Ohio, Aug. 16, 1855.
2106. II. WILLIAM FRANCIS FAIRBANKS, b. Oct. 18, 1860; unmarried. He
is a practicing physician in Kansas City, Kansas. He is a graduate
of Hiram College, Ohio, and of the Cleveland Medical
College.

1168. MORTIMER GEORGE MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Nov. 9, 1833; d. there,
Aug. 24, 1896. He m. Eliza Cordelia, dau. of James and Margery (Potter) Fairbanks,
at Troy, Geauga Co., Ohio, April 27, 1854. She was b. Adams, Jefferson Co., N. Y.,
May 11, 1830, is living at 136 Putnam St., Cleveland, Ohio, 1903. Dr. Moore's youth
was spent on a farm and his education acquired at the public schools of his native
place. At the age of 17 he began teaching school in Stark Co., Ohio, and after his
marriage a few years were spent in farming. He soon abandoned his farm (this family
was never celebrated for possessing great talent in that line) and began the study of
medicine. He graduated at the Medical College in Cleveland, Ohio, and began the
practice of his profession in Green, Trumbull Co., but soon after removed to
Cleveland. Here he continued to practice to the time of his death.

He was an ardent Republican and enthusiastic in the temperance cause. He lectured on
temperance in most of the cities of western Pennsylvania at the solicitation of the
various temperance societies. At the time of his death he was a member of Scoville
Avenue Methodist Church of Cleveland. Not long before this time the presiding elder
of the church and the bishop made an effort to sell this church property and
appropriate the funds to the payment of the debts of another M. E. Church in the city.
Dr. Moore took the case into the courts and finally succeeded in saving the Scoville
Avenue Church property to its rightful owners. Dr. Moore was stricken with apoplexy
while in the country and breathed his last in the old home where he was born. His
remains have been removed to the East Cleveland Cemetery. The following obituary
was printed in the Cleveland Leader:
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"The death and burial in the family burying ground in Mantua, of Dr. M. G.
Moore, of No. 136 Putnam Street, Cleveland, deserves more than a brief record
of the event. It is an event of public interest to a large circle of friends in Geauga
and Portage counties, and to numerous friends in this city.

"Dr. Moore's material interests were all centered in Cleveland, where he received
his medical education, and where he had practiced his profession nearly a quarter
of a century. If ambition, or the desire for fame and renown were moving forces in
his character, his conscience sometimes stood in the way of preferment, as was
said to be the case when he was offered a professorship in a Cleveland medical
college. Modest, unassuming, distrustful of his own abilities, he put forth no effort
to obtain the larger rewards of a successful politician, or of a platform orator, for
which he was eminently qualified by abilities of a high order. The writer heard him
deliver an extempore address in Erie county, Pennsylvania, several years ago,
which was a masterpiece of oratory. Few public speakers in this State could so
arouse an audience.

"To say that Dr. M. G. Moore was an honest, honorable Christian gentleman is
high praise, but the fact is unimpeachable and unquestioned by all who knew him.

"He had not an enemy in the world, so far as the writer knows; but he had friends
whose love will survive all life's changes, time and death.

"When trouble came to Scoville Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, and
despair filled the hearts of the people, a brave man whose indignant soul could not
brook a wrong, entered the lists as the sagacious defender of the legal rights of the
church. To the tireless energy, to the wise and skillful management of Dr. Moore,
is the membership of the Scoville church indebted to-day for a place of their own
to worship God on the Sabbath day.

"His skill as a physician was widely known, and he was often called to desperate
cases in the country where other help failed. The sympathetic pressure of his
warm hand, inspired by his warmer heart, has often given courage and comfort to
friends, and hope to the dying. Thoroughly acquainted with the fundamental
principles of his profession, he knew well how to apply his therapeutic knowledge
to the relief of human suffering, and the saving of life. But the light of that strong
intellect, that came as a benediction to many troubled homes, is extinguished, it
has gone out forever.

"The only son, Samuel Moore, is an eminent young lawyer of the Kansas City bar.
Since he left home the doctor and his amiable wife have occupied their home on
Putnam street. Their house has been a veritable Mecca to friends and
acquaintances from the country when visiting Cleveland. People in trouble found
him a wise counselor and a sympathetic friend. The generous, genial soul of
hospitality presided at his fireside and table, and long will friends remember that
they were always met with a smile and words of welcome. When the message
was borne to this city that he had been stricken with paralysis, the most sincere
sympathy and anxiety were manifest in the large circle in which he moved; and
when word came that he was dead, the shock sent a thrill of dismay and
discouragement to many whose lives had been closely bound with his. W.

Cleveland, August 31.

There were 2 children.

2107. I. HATTIE M. MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Dec. 27, 1855; d. Dec. 8,
1860.
2108. II. * SAMUEL WALLACE MOORE, b. Troy, Jan. 24, 1862.

1169. HORACE LADD MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Feb. 25, 1837; m. Esther
Amelia, dau. of Capt. Samuel and Jane (Deming) Harmon, at Ravenna, Ohio,
Sept. 16, 1864. She b. Mantua, Sept. 4, 1836. Samuel Harmon, b. Suffield,
Conn., July 30, 1808, was the son of Alexander, b. Sept. 11, 1779; who m.
Mary Hanchett. He was the son of Samuel, b. May 9, 1736; m. Abiel Sheldon.
He was the son of Samuel, b. Aug. 19, 1699;
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m. Deborah Winchell. He was the son of Nathaniel, b. March 13, 1654; m. Mary
Skinner. He was the son of John and Sarah Harmon, who came to Springfield, Mass.,
1644. Mr. Moore got his education at the district school and at Hiram, Ohio. He taught
his first school at Yankeebush, near Warren, Pa., when he was 17 years old. In 1858 he
removed to Kansas with his brother Francis, who d. a month after their arrival in Atchison
county. He taught a six months' term of school in Barry, Clay Co., Mo., in the winter of
1859 and '60, where he became a mason. He studied law in the office of Christian &
Lane in 1860 and '61, till he enlisted in a three months regiment, the 2d Kansas Infantry,
on the 14th of May, 1861, as a private.

In the organization of his company, "D," he was made a corporal and served till the 31st
of October, participating in all the battles of the regiment. He re-enlisted on the 31st of
October and was made 2d Lieutenant on the re-organization of "D" Co., 2d Kansas
Cavalry, Dec. 11, 1861; promoted 1st Lieutenant, May 1, 1862. He was promoted
Captain of his company in 1863, but never mustered, as he was commissioned Lieutenant
Colonel of the 4th Arkansas Cavalry by the Secretary of War and mustered into that
regiment, Feb. 18, 1864, which he commanded to date of its muster out, June 30, 1865.
(See Adjutant General's Report Kansas and Arkansas.)

In 1867, he commanded a Battalion of Cavalry, called the 18th Kansas, with the rank of
Major, in service on the Plains against the hostile Indians. During the winter of 1868 and
'69 he commanded, with the rank of Colonel, the 19th Kansas Cavalry, a 12 company
regiment, in a campaign conducted by General Sheridan, that resulted in forcing the
hostile Indians onto their reservations. (See Kansas Historical Collections, Vol. VI.)

After the close of the war, Mr. Moore conducted a grocery business in Lawrence, in
Trinidad, Col., and Las Vegas and Albuquerque, N. M., under the firm name of Moore,
Bennett & Co. He sold his business in 1882 and returned to Lawrence. Subsequent to
this he was treasurer of Douglas Co., Kansas, for two years, and later a member of the
53d Congress, elected as a Democrat from the 2d district of the state.

He now resides in Lawrence, Kansas, and for the last 7 years has been engaged in
compiling the records of the Moore family. Is now (1903) Vice-President of the
Lawrence National Bank.

There were 4 children.

2109. I. ROBERT HARMON MOORE, b. Lawrence, Ks., May 25, 1866; d. Oct.
30, 1866.
2110. II. JENNIE ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Lawrence, Ks., Jan. 15, 1868; d.
Sept. 7, 1869.
2111. III. SAMUEL ADAMS MOORE, b. Lawrence, Ks, Oct. 1, 1870; m. Julia,
dau. of Alexander and Frances E. (Hayes) Shaw, April 25, 1900.
She b. Lawrence, Aug. 8, 1875. Mr. Moore is now in business
in Atchison, Ks.
2112. IV. * FRANK HORACE MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Sept. 1, 1872.
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1170. WALTER WATSON MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, June 27, 1840; m. Celia, the
dau. of Joseph and Emily (Terhune) Conet, Ellington, N. Y., March 16, 1869, where
she was born. Mr. Moore is a farmer on the old homestead that his father cleared, 85
years ago. The fact that he was the youngest of the family rendered it imperative that he
should remain at the old home and take up the burden where his father laid it down. He
is now (1901) master of the Mantua Grange.

There are 4 children, b. Mantua, Ohio.

2113. I. EMMA ELIZABETH MOORE, b. April 3, 1870; m. Amos Lester Colby,
Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 1, 1900.
2114. II. ERDINE PHOEBE MOORE b. Sept. 29, 1872.
2115. III. MABEL GERTRUDE MOORE, b. Feb. 3, 1883.
2116. IV. MINNIE ESTHER MOORE, b. Oct. 24, 1887.

1171. CALISTE ROGERS LADD, b. Mantua, Ohio, Jan. 18, 1816; d. April 8, 1899;
m. Henry, the son of Samuel and Lucinda (Pardee) Hart, at Mantua, May 5, 1840. He
was b. Southampton, Conn., July 18, 1815; d. Akron, Ohio, May 1, 1891. He was a
carriage maker. Mr. Hart was a man of sterling integrity who loved justice for justice's
sake. He believed that character was of greater value than wealth, and it was this lesson
that his whole life impressed upon his family and associates.

There were 3 children, b. Atwater, Portage Co., Ohio.

2117. I. * HIEL BENJAMIN HART, b. April 30, 1842.
2118. II. HENRY LADD HART, b. Nov. 14, 1847. He d. at Arlington Heights,
a member of the 164th Ohio Infantry, May 25, 1864.
2119. III. * DAVID PRESTON HART, b. March 18, 1852.

1173. LUCY GILLETT LADD, b. Mantua, Ohio, March 11, 1820; d. Mantua, Oct.
28, 1849; m. Horace, the son of Horace and Ruby (Nooney) Sizer, at Mantua, Oct. 5,
1843. He was a salesman, b. Chester, Mass., in 1820.

There were 2 children, b. Mantua, Ohio.

2120. I. DALLAS SIZER, b. Oct. 17, 1844; d. March 4, 1862.
2121. II. * LUCY ELLEN SIZER, b. Aug. 8, 1846.

1174. HORACE LADD, b. Mantua, Ohio, Feb. 22, 1822; d. Mantua, July 12, 1897.
He was a farmer and justice of the peace for many years. He m. Abigail C. Griffin, the
dau. of Deacon Lorenzo and Maria (Kent) Chapin, at Mantua, Jan. 9, 1853.

There were 6 children, all b. Mantua, Ohio.

2122. I. LILLY LADD, b. April 28, 1856; d. same day.
2123. II. WILL HORACE LADD, b. Jan. 15, 1858.
2124. III. GEORGE CHAPIN LADD, b. Aug. 29, 1861; m. Charlotte Jones,
Bourbon, Ind., Feb. 22, 1881.
2125. IV. HARRIET ESTELLE LADD, b. May 13, 1863; m. Andrew Jackson
McLain, Hiram, Ohio, Oct. 8, 1894.
2126. V. HENRY KENT LADD, b. Jan. 4, 1866; m. Elizabeth Ritter, Hiram,
Ohio, Oct. 2, 1887.
2127. VI. * EVA JOSEPHINE LADD, b. May 6, 1868.
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1170. WALTER WATSON MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, June 27, 1840; m. Celia, the
dau. of Joseph and Emily (Terhune) Conet, Ellington, N. Y., March 16, 1869, where
she was born. Mr. Moore is a farmer on the old homestead that his father cleared, 85
years ago. The fact that he was the youngest of the family rendered it imperative that he
should remain at the old home and take up the burden where his father laid it down. He
is now (1901) master of the Mantua Grange.

There are 4 children, b. Mantua, Ohio.

2113. I. EMMA ELIZABETH MOORE, b. April 3, 1870; m. Amos Lester Colby,
Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 1, 1900.
2114. II. ERDINE PHOEBE MOORE b. Sept. 29, 1872.
2115. III. MABEL GERTRUDE MOORE, b. Feb. 3, 1883.
2116. IV. MINNIE ESTHER MOORE, b. Oct. 24, 1887.

1171. CALISTE ROGERS LADD, b. Mantua, Ohio, Jan. 18, 1816; d. April 8, 1899;
m. Henry, the son of Samuel and Lucinda (Pardee) Hart, at Mantua, May 5, 1840. He
was b. Southampton, Conn., July 18, 1815; d. Akron, Ohio, May 1, 1891. He was a
carriage maker. Mr. Hart was a man of sterling integrity who loved justice for justice's
sake. He believed that character was of greater value than wealth, and it was this lesson
that his whole life impressed upon his family and associates.

There were 3 children, b. Atwater, Portage Co., Ohio.

2117. I. * HIEL BENJAMIN HART, b. April 30, 1842.
2118. II. HENRY LADD HART, b. Nov. 14, 1847. He d. at Arlington Heights,
a member of the 164th Ohio Infantry, May 25, 1864.
2119. III. * DAVID PRESTON HART, b. March 18, 1852.

1173. LUCY GILLETT LADD, b. Mantua, Ohio, March 11, 1820; d. Mantua, Oct.
28, 1849; m. Horace, the son of Horace and Ruby (Nooney) Sizer, at Mantua, Oct. 5,
1843. He was a salesman, b. Chester, Mass., in 1820.

There were 2 children, b. Mantua, Ohio.

2120. I. DALLAS SIZER, b. Oct. 17, 1844; d. March 4, 1862.
2121. II. * LUCY ELLEN SIZER, b. Aug. 8, 1846.

1174. HORACE LADD, b. Mantua, Ohio, Feb. 22, 1822; d. Mantua, July 12, 1897.
He was a farmer and justice of the peace for many years. He m. Abigail C. Griffin, the
dau. of Deacon Lorenzo and Maria (Kent) Chapin, at Mantua, Jan. 9, 1853.

There were 6 children, all b. Mantua, Ohio.

2122. I. LILLY LADD, b. April 28, 1856; d. same day.
2123. II. WILL HORACE LADD, b. Jan. 15, 1858.
2124. III. GEORGE CHAPIN LADD, b. Aug. 29, 1861; m. Charlotte Jones,
Bourbon, Ind., Feb. 22, 1881.
2125. IV. HARRIET ESTELLE LADD, b. May 13, 1863; m. Andrew Jackson
McLain, Hiram, Ohio, Oct. 8, 1894.
2126. V. HENRY KENT LADD, b. Jan. 4, 1866; m. Elizabeth Ritter, Hiram,
Ohio, Oct. 2, 1887.
2127. VI. * EVA JOSEPHINE LADD, b. May 6, 1868.
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1176. PERLEA MOORE LADD, b. Mantua, Ohio, April 13, 1828; m. Ashbel
Wellington Seymour, Garrettsville, Ohio, July 26, 1860. He b. Hartford, Conn., July
22, 1811; d. Rootstown, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1892. He was a farmer and traveling
salesman.

There was 1 child.

2128. I. FRANK LADD SEYMOUR, b. May 1, 1861.

1177. RODOLPHUS LADD, b. Mantua, Ohio, July 27, 1830; m. Harriet Eliza, dau.
of Deacon Lorenzo and Mariah (Kent) Chapin, at Mantua, Jan 25, 1854. He was a
farmer and carpenter.

There were 3 children, b. Mantua.

2129. I. EMMA ELIZA LADD, b. Jan. 6, 1855; m. Lafayette L. Bliss, Sept.
19, 1876.
2130. II. CHARLES GRANT LADD, b. Sept. 2, 1863; d. Aug. 9, 1873.
2131. III. FRANK CHAPIN LADD, b. Oct. 4, 1866.

1180. CHENEY JASON MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, April 11, 1839; m. Andelucia,
the dau. of Alva and Betsey (Hawkins) Ferguson, in Mantua, Ohio, Nov. 25, 1862;
she b. in Mantua, Oct. 30, 1841. He is a farmer.

There are 3 children, b. Mantua, Ohio.

2132. I. HENRY LEE MOORE, b. Oct. 9, 1863.
2133. II. * FRANK CLYDE MOORE, b. Oct. 7, 1866.
2134. III. * AMMIE ALETTA MOORE, b. Jan. 19, 1875.

1182. MARTHA MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, July 15, 1845, m. Charles Miller, the
son of Samuel and Susan (Hyde) Lee, at Ravenna, Aug. 16, 1866. He is a merchant in
Cleveland, Ohio.

There are 3 children.

2135. I. FRANK CHARLES LEE, b. Middlefield, Ohio, Nov. 14, 1867; m. Ella
J. Millgate, Dec. 1, 1894, at Cleveland, Ohio.
2136. II. DAISY ELIZABETH LEE, b. Mantua, July 7, 1875; m. Walter Houser,
Oct. 12, 1898.
2137. III. BLANCH RILLA LEE, b. June 24, 1884; m. Henry Dean Sheehan,
May 16, 1901.

1183. PERLEA MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, June 30, 1845; m. Frank A., the son of
Ananias and Samantha (Squire) Derthick, at Cleveland, Ohio, March 8, 1866. He
was b. Copley, Summit Co., Ohio. In 1901, Mr. Derthick has been a farmer in
Mantua for 34 years, was State Food Commissioner with Gov. Foraker and is active
in grange circles at present. He is a member of the Grand Army of the Republic.

They have 5 children, all b. Mantua, Ohio.

2138. I. * FANNY M. DERTHICK, b. Feb. 5, 1867.
2139. II. MARY W. DERTHICK, b. Sept. 7, 1869.
2140. III. * BENJAMIN M. DERTHICK, b. June 27, 1872.
2141. IV. FRANK A. DERTHICK, b. Sept. 29, 1874.
2142. V. * PERLEA S. DERTHICK, b. March 1, 1879.

1184. ELIZA MARIA MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., May 28, 1815; m. Rev. Ovid,
son of Joel and Lucretia (Allen) Miner, at

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Champlain, Feb. 13, 1834. He was b. Middletown, Vt., July, 1803, and d. at Syracuse,
N. Y. She d. at Champlain, N. Y. He was a clergyman.

There were 3 children.

2143. I. BRINKERHOFF NOADIAH MINER, b. Peru, N. Y., 1836; d. Jan. 16,
1871. He m. Ella Bates, at Syracuse, N. Y., Nov., 1864.
2144. II. CAROLINE LUCRETIA MINER, b. Penn Yan, N. Y., 1837; d. Nov.
1848.
2145. III. HARRIET STEWART MINER, b. 1840; m. David Von Benthysen,
Hoyletown, Ill

1185. MATILDA MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., May 28, 1815; m. Bartlett, son of
Silas and Elizabeth Margaret (Bartlett) Nye, at Champlain, Sept. 25, 1839. She d.
there, April 4, 1841, leaving one child.

1187. LAURA MARIA MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., March 17, 1825. She m. the
husband of her deceased sister at Penn Yan, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1842. He was b.
Plymouth, Mass., Jan. 8, 1799; d. Champlain, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1858. He was a
merchant.

There were 8 children, b. Champlain, N. Y.

By first marriage:

2146. I. * ELIZABETH MATILDA NYE, b. Nov. 8, 1840.

By second marriage:

2147. II. CAROLINA MARIA NYE, b. Dec. 1, 1843; d. Jan. 13, 1846.
2148. III. * MARGARET BARNES NYE, b. Jan. 1, 1846.
2149. IV. ELLEN ROSE NYE, b. Nov. 9, 1847.
2150. V. CHARLES FREEMAN NYE, b. Oct. 3, 1849.
2151. VI. GRACE CORNELIA NYE, b. Nov. 21, 1851; d. March 6, 1871.
2152. VII. * MARY LAURA NYE, b. March 16, 1854.
2153. VIII. BARTLETT NYE, b. March 23, 1856; m. Julia Day, July 11, 1883,
Catskill, N. Y.

1189. SAMUEL MATTOCKS MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., July 9, 1831; m.
Angelina, dau. of John and Ruby (Drake) Bigelow, at Champlain, N. Y., Nov. 23,
1855. She b. Hemmingford, Quebec, April 8, 1833; d. at Champlain, in 1900.

There were 5 children, b. at Champlain, N. Y.

2154. I. WILLIAM J. MOORE, b. Nov. 2, 1856.
2155. II. JOHN NOADIAH MOORE, b. Aug. 5, 1859; m. Maggie Braden, Oct.
16, 1889.
2156. III. CAROLINE M. MOORE, b. March 23, 1861; m. Louis Wilbur Moore,
May 25, 1881, at Springfield, Mass.
2157. IV. ERNEST S. MOORE, b. Nov. 6, 1869.
2158. V. FREDERICK MOORE, b. May 19. 1872; m. Anna Thompson, Feb. 6,
1901.

1191. MARTHA ANN HUBBELL, b. Chazy, N. Y., June 24, 1816; m. Frederick
Thomas, son of Miles Boughton and Anna (Thomas) Mygatt, at Chazy, N. Y., Oct. 10,
1839. He b. Danbury, Conn., April 27, 1811; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1853.
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He was buried at Orange, N. J. He was a merchant in New York. The widow resides at
Chazy, N. Y., Dec. 1901.

There were 5 children.

2159. I. * ANNA HUBBELL MYGATT, b. Newark, N. J., Nov. 29, 1841.
2160. II. ISABELLA CARRINGTON MYGATT, b. Chazy, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1843;
resides with her mother in Chazy, N. Y. (1901).
2161. III. EDWARD SOULLARD MYGATT, b. BROOKLYN, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1845;
d. Nov. 9, 1846.
2162. IV. * LEMUEL CARRINGTON MYGATT, b. Chazy, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1849.
2163. V. MARY JESSIE MYGATT, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1851; d. Feb.
18, 1853.

1192. SUSAN KATHARINE HUBBELL, b. Chazy, N. Y., April 19, 1823; d. St. Albans,
Vt., Dec. 3, 1883. She m. Henry Edmund Seymour, at Chazy, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1853. He
was the son of Henry and Elizabeth (Fuller) Seymour, and was b. St. Albans, Vt., April 29,
1816; d. there Sept. 27, 1887. Both are buried at St. Albans.

Mr. Seymour graduated from the University of Vermont in 1835. He studied law and with
Orlando Stevens formed one of the most successful law firms in the state of Vermont. He was
for many years vice president, and leading representative from Vermont of the U. S.
Horticultural Society. He was a most successful lawyer and took a high rank in his profession.

There were 4 children, b. St. Albans, Vt.

2164. I. * JULIUS HUBBELL SEYMOUR, b. Oct. 30, 1855.
2165. II. * EDMUND HENRY SEYMOUR, b. Oct. 3, 1858.
2166. III. WILLIAM WOLCOTT SEYMOUR, b. July 20, 1861.
2167. IV. CHARLES FREDERICK SEYMOUR, b. Feb. 22, 1863; d. April 19, 1867.

1193. JOHN WOLCOTT HUBBELL, b. Chazy, N. Y., April 28, 1830; m. at Plattsburg, N.
Y., Sept. 16, 1856, Margaret Louisa, dau. of George Mather and Hannah Elizabeth
(Mooers) Beckwith. He is a farmer; res. Chazy, N. Y.

They had 11 children, b. at Chazy, N. Y.

2168. I. * ANNA MOORE HUBBELL, b. Dec. 5, 1857.
2169. II. ELIZABETH BECKWITH HUBBELL, b. Aug. 31, 1859; m. Ex-Gov.
Nelson W. Fisk of Vermont, Feb. 25, 1880; no issue.
2170. III. * MARY CAROLINE HUBBELL, b. May 28, 1861.
2171. IV. * JULIUS C'SAR HUBBELL, b. June 4, 1863.
2172. V. * GEORGE LORING HUBBELL, b. Oct. 18, 1865.
2173. VI. * MARGARET SUSAN HUBBELL, b. Jan. 18, 1868.
2174. VII. MARTHA ANN HUBBELL, b. March 11, 1871; m. John S. Stetson, M.
D., July 15, 1896.
2175. VIII. LUCY SOWLES HUBBELL, b. Sept. 17, 1873.
2176. IX. JOHN STEWART HUBBELL, b. Feb. 1, 1876.
2177. X. JENNIE CHRISTMAS HUBBELL, b. Dec. 25, 1877; d. Aug. 29, 1879.
2178. XI. RICHARD WOLCOTT HUBBELL, b. May 30, 1880.

1194. JOHN HENRY WHITESIDE, b. Feb. 17, 1816, at Champlain, N. Y.; d. there, Oct.
27, 1895. He m. Catharine, dau. of William H. and Sarah (Brinkerhoff) Wetmore, at Fishkill,
N. Y.,

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Aug. 26, 1846. She b. New York City, Aug. 26, 1823; d. Champlain, Oct. 5, 1900.
Both are buried there. He was a merchant and manufacturer.

There were 6 children, all but one b. Champlain, N. Y.

2179. I. * SARAH WETMORE WHITESIDE, b. Fishkill, N. Y., May 26, 1847.
2180. II. THOMAS WHITESIDE, b. May 12, 1849; d. Dec. 29, 1861.
2181. III. WILLIAM HENRY WHITESIDE, b. Nov. 21, 1850; d. April 12, 1866.
2182. IV. FRANK WHITESIDE, b. Aug. 26, 1853.
2183. V. MARY LIZZIE WHITESIDE, b. Oct. 12, 1857.
2184. VI. * JOHN ROBERTSON WHITESIDE, b. Oct. 28, 1859.

1195. MARTHA CORBIN WHITESIDE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1817; d.
there, Aug. 7, 1852. She m. Rev. Lucerne Rae, at Champlain, Sept. 12, 1839. He b.
North Haven, Conn., Dec. 22, 1811; d. Hartford, Conn., Sept. 16, 1854.

There were 3 children, b. Hartford, Conn.

2185. I. * THOMAS WHITESIDE RAE, b. Oct. 28, 1841; d. May 27, 1893.
2186. II. * HELEN MARGARET RAE, b. Jan. 1845.
2187. III. CHARLES WHITESIDE RAE, b. June 30, 1847; m. Rebecca Gilman
Dodge, Washington, D. C., Jan., 1890; no issue.

1196. MARGARET ROBERTSON WHITESIDE, b. Champlain, N. Y., April 10, 1822;
d. Chatham, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1890. She m. Samuel, son of Samuel and Hannah (Fitch)
Wilbor, at Champlain, Oct. 11, 1848. He is a farmer; res. Old Chatham, N. Y. (1901).

There were 4 children, b. Old Chatham, N. Y.

2188. I. SOPHIA WHITESIDE WILBOR, b. Aug. 30, 1849.
2189. II. * THOMAS WHITESIDE WILBOR, b. Feb. 11, 1852.
2190. III. MARGARET ROSE WILBOR, b. Nov. 14, 1855.
2191. IV. GRACE WILBOR, b. Nov. 9, 1861.

1197. ALEXANDER WHITESIDE, b. Nov. 14, 1825; m. Eleanor Anne, dau. of
George Cheever and Anna Henrietta (Brune) Shattuck, at Boston, Mass., Aug. 3, 1871.
She b. in Boston, Mass., April 9, 1842. He is a merchant.

There are 4 children, all but one b. Champlain, N. Y.

2192. I. * GEORGE SHATTUCK WHITESIDE, b. March 14, 1873, Boston, Mass.
2193. II. ALEXANDER WHITESIDE, b. July 2, 1874.
2194. III. HELEN ELIZABETH WHITESIDE, b. July 16, 1876.
2195. IV. ANNE HENRIETTA WHITESIDE, b. Sept. 8, 1879.

1198. SOPHIA WHITESIDE MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1826; d. there
May 30, 1900. She m. Timothy, son of Henry and Sarah Vischer (Schuyler) Hoyle, at
Champlain, Feb. 27, 1845. He was b. Troy, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1822; d. Champlain, Nov. 8,
1886. He was a farmer, banker and politician.

There were 2 children, b. Champlain, N. Y.

2196. I. * HENRY HOYLE, b. June 5, 1846.
2197. II. * LAURA CATHARINE HOYLE, b. Dec. 5, 1848.

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1199. ALEXANDER MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1829; d. there, July 24,
1896. He m. Josephine, dau. of Francis and Emily (La Courtemache) Prunier, at West
Chazy, N. Y., July 24, 1852. She was b. Moscow, Canada East, Oct. 29, 1833, and
d. at Champlain, where both are buried. He was a farmer.

There were 5 children, all b. at Champlain.

2198. I. EDITH LAURA MOORE, b. July 16, 1857; m. John H. Pettinger, at
Champlain, Oct. 22, 1878.
2199. II. ROYAL CORBIN MOORE, b. Nov. 17, 1858; m. Jennie Rome, at
Wayzata, Minn., Sept., 1897.
2200. III. JESSIE MOORE, b. Jan. 6, 1862; m. Thomas Palmer, at Champlain,
July 5, 1899.
2201. IV. PHILIP MOORE, b. Sept. 6, 1867; m. Annie M. Briggs, Gorham, N.
H., Aug 8, 1894.
2202. V. EDWARD WHITESIDE MOORE, b. May 15, 1872.

1203. CAROLINE MARIA MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1838; m.
Edward Woolsey Coit, at Champlain, Jan. 19, 1860. He was son of Rev. Dr. Joseph
Howland and Jane Harriet (Hard) Coit, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., July 27, 1836. He is a
merchant.

There were 6 children, b. Philadelphia, Pa.

2203. I. GRIFFITH COIT, b. Dec 9, 1860; m. Elizabeth Osgood Flint, Oakland,
Cal., July 7, 1885.
2204. II. HOWLAND COIT, b. Nov. 3, 1862; m. Anna Tungerich Mason, at
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 2, 1888.
2205. III. EDWARD WOOLSEY COIT, b. May 28, 1865; d. Aug. 14, 1866.
2206. IV. RUTH COIT, b. June 9, 1868.
2207. V. HELEN COIT, b. July 8, 1871.
2208. VI. HENRY AUGUSTUS COIT, b. Dec. 3, 1875.

1206. THOMAS WHITESIDE MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., March 1, 1827; d.
Brooklyn, N. Y., April 15, 1898. He m. Frances Charlotte, dau. of John and Julia
(Lynde) Nichols, at Plattsburg, N. Y., June 5, 1850. She was b. Plattsburg, Aug. 30,
1830; d. New York City, Aug. 12, 1895. Both are buried at Plainfield, N. J. He was a
merchant.

There were 6 children.

2209. I. ELRIC LYNDE MOORE, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., June 14, 1851; m.
Maud Sophia Mellen, at New York City, July 31, 1880; no issue.
2210. II. * FREDERICK MYGATT MOORE, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., May 5, 1855.
2211. III. * HENRY PHILIP MOORE, b. Plattsburg, July 25, 1859.
2212. IV. JOHN NICHOLS MOORE, b. June 25, 1861; m. Emily Louisa Sawyer
Moore (See No. 2215).
2213. V. GEORGE NICHOLS MOORE, b. New York City, July 12, 1864.
2214. VI. * THOMAS WILLIAM MOORE, b. May --, 1866.

1209. JOHN WHITE MOORE, Commodore U. S. Navy, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., May
24, 1832; m. Emily, dau. of Commodore Horace Bucklin and Roxalana (Wadsworth)
Sawyer, at Trinity Church, New York City, Nov. 19, 1863. She was b. Baltimore,
Md., Dec. 23, 1842.

Mr. Moore prepared for college at the Plattsburg Academy but very much to the
disappointment of his father declined to go and insisted upon entering the navy.
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Failing to obtain an appointment, he, on the advice of Admiral Bailey, went to
New York and studied for the Engineer Corps, that promising to become the
most important branch of the service. He received permission of the Hon.
Secretary of the Navy to appear before a Board of Examiners at the
Philadelphia Yard where he competed with seventy one other applicants, the
result being that fourteen of the candidates passed satisfactory examinations
and were admitted to the service, Moore being No. 1 of the successful class.

He was appointed 3d. Asst. Engineer, May 21, 1853; promoted to 2d. Asst.,
June 27, 1855; 1st Asst. July 21, 1858, and Chief Engineer, Aug. 5, 1861.
His sea service has covered nearly 16 years and his shore duty 23 years. This
duty was in office of the Engineer in Chief of the Navy Department,
Washington, D, C., 1853; steam frigate, Saranac, Mediterranean Squadron,
1853-6. This cruise covered the whole of the Crimean War. The combined
English, French, Sardinian and Turkish fleet was visited while at anchor in the
Bosphorus before it passed into the Black Sea; steam frigate Niagara, first
trans-atlantic cable expedition of 1857; flag ships Colorado and Roanoke,
home squadron, 1858-60; brought from Aspinwall to Hampton Roads the
Japanese Commission, which followed the opening of Japan by Commodore
Perry; flag ship Richmond of the Mediterranean Squadron, 1860-1. He was
present at the bombardment of the fortifications at Gaeta and Messina and the
capture of the latter by the combined forces of King Victor Emanuel and
Garibaldi. He was with the West-Gulf blockading Squadron, 1861-3 and
participated in engagements at the head of the passes of the Mississippi River
with the rebel ram Manassas and steamers and fire-rafts, Oct. 12, 1861. He
was in the attack on rebel defenses at the entrance to Pensacola Harbor, Nov.
22, 1861; Forts Jackson and St. Philip, April 24; Chalmette and capture of
New Orleans, April 25; passage of Vicksburg batteries, July 15, 1862;
passage of batteries at Port Hudson--(serious injury to Richmond) and
repassage of the same, March 15; bombardment and capture of Port Hudson,
July 8, 1863.

Commodore Moore was the originator of the plan adopted by the vessels
composing the fleet of Admiral Farragut for protecting the sides of the ships
with their chain cables and of covering the ships with a paint made from the
mud of the Mississippi River to screen them from view at dusk and at night.
This is now called "War-Paint". He also introduced "fighting tops" to the navy
by fitting a howitzer, protected by boiler iron, in the fore-top of the Richmond
to clear the levees of sharp-shooters while passing up and down the river. This
device is now used on all fighting ships.

After the fall of Port Hudson, and the opening of the River, the Richmond
returned North for repairs in August, 1863, when Mr. Moore was detached
and ordered to duty in the office of the General Superintendent of Iron Clads,
in New York. In October, he was ordered to Philadelphia as member of
Board of Examiners; Jan., 1864, to Boston, as supervising inspector of
machinery for the Franklin, building at the Alantic works, and of monitors and
other vessels, building in East Boston, Chelsea, Charlestown and South
Boston. In May, 1867, he was ordered to the Franklin as Fleet Engineer of the
European Station on the staff of Admiral Farragut with whom he visited Nijni
Novgorod in the center of European Russia, and the coasts of Europe from
Cronstadt and Stockholm to Constantinople during which the Admiral was
everywhere received with royal honors.

Then came the following services: July, 1868, special duty at the N. Y. Navy
Yard; March 1, 1869, special duty at the Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H.;
March 16, member of the "Goldsborough Board" to examine steam machinery
afloat at the different stations; August, returned to the Portsmouth Navy Yard
and made inspector of machinery afloat, in addition to other duty. At the
funeral of Admiral Farragut, Aug., 1870, Mr. Moore was selected by Mrs.
Farragut as one of the pallbearers. In Feb., 1871, he was at the head of the
Department of Steam Engineering at Portsmouth Navy Yard; Oct., 1872, flag
ship "Hartford" as fleet engineer of the Asiatic Station; Feb., 1876, head of
department steam engineering, Washington Navy Yard; April, 1879, member
board of inspection under Admiral Porter; Jan., 1881 (in addition to other
duty), member of board to determine relative precedence of all officers of the
Navy; Oct., 1881, attended ceremonies of
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Centennial at Yorktown, Va., on the staff of Admiral Porter; March, 1882, detached from
board of survey and ordered as supervising inspector of machinery to Providence, R. I.;
June, 1882, to flag ship Hartford as fleet engineer Pacific Station; May, 1886, president
experimental board, at Navy Yard, N. Y.; Jan., 1887, head of the department of steam
engineering, New York Navy Yard; July, 1888, head of the Dept. of steam engineering,
Mare Island, Cal. Here he received from the French Minister at Washington through State
and Navy Departments "Expression of the lively gratitude of the French Goverment for the
zealous and devoted assistance accorded to Capt. Besson commanding the Dubourdieu
while this flag ship was being repaired at the Mare Island Yard.

In May, 1893, he was made supervising inspector of machinery of the Olympia and the
Oregon at the Union Iron Works, San Francisco, Cal. On the 24th of May, 1894, he retired
with the rank of Commodore, having seen 41 years of service in the navy and reached the
age of 62 years. On the outbreak of the war with Spain he was ordered to special duty at
the N. Y. Navy Yard which continued to the expiration of the war.

Physically, he is "healthy, hearty and strong" with no ailment of any kind, digestion absolutely
perfect, a moderate drinker and smoker. Height 5 ft. 6 in.; weight 125 to 139 till about 30
years of age; this has gradually increased to 170 in 1902. He has a ruddy complexion with
black hair when young, eyes grayish blue. Res. since retirement, "The Moorings", Bolton
Landing, Lake George, N. Y.

There were 5 children.

2215. I. * EMILY LOUISA SAWYER MOORE, b. Brookline, Mass., Sept. 19, 1864.
2216. II. CLARENCE SAWYER MOORE, b. Herkimer, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1866.
Height 5 feet, 6 inches; hair and eyes brown. From 1882 to '88,
he was a student in the Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.
From 1888 to '95, draughtsman, Mare Island. 1895 to '96, student
Stanford University, California. 1896 to '97, student, Sloyd
School, Boston, Mass. 1897 to '98, teacher of manual training,
private school, Arlington Heights, Mass., and in Andover Guild,
Andover, Mass. 1898 and '99, student Teachers College, Columbia
University, New York, teacher, Stamford, Conn., and private
school, 42d St., New York. 1899 to 1902, teacher in Tome Institute,
Port Deposit, Md., and teacher, The Hill School, Pottstown,
Pa. He m. New York city, June 25, 1902, Ella Maria, dau. of
John J. and Anna Frances (Price) Bertholf. She b. Hackensack,
N. J., March 3, 1878.
2217. III. * MINNIE SAWYER MOORE, b. Brooklyn, N. Y, Dec 7, 1868.
2218. IV. * ELSIE SAWYER MOORE, b. Portsmouth, N. H., March 28, 1871.
2219. V. EMILY SAWYER MOORE, b. Herkimer, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1877. She m.
at "The Moorings." Bolton Landing, Lake George, N. Y., June
28, 1900, Lieut. Claude, son of Joseph Marion and Mary Martha
(Barnes) Bailey. He was b. Belleforte, Ark., Oct. 19, 1869.
He entered the Naval Academy, Sept. 1886; graduated June, 1890;
took the first gold medal prize for great gun marksmanship. He
served one year on flag ship Pensacola on South Atlantic and
South Pacific Stations; transferred to cruiser Baltimore on
South Pacific Station during the Chilian Revolution; witnessed
the culminating engagements in vicinity of Valparaiso; commissioned
Ensign, July 1, 1892; attached to training ship Portsmouth,
cruising in European and West Indian waters; June,
1893, to flag ship Chicago on European Station till April, 1895;
on monitor, Amphitrite, to June, 1895; Newport Training Station
till April, 1897; gunboat Wilmington, suppressing filibustering
in Florida and cruising in the West Indies, till outbreak of
Spanish war; blockade of Havana; participated in engagement
at Cardenas; convoying troops to Santiago; blockade of southern
coast of Cuba; engagement at Manzanillo, where 5 Spanish gunboats
and 3 merchant ships were sunk or destroyed. Jan. 1899,
sailed for South Atlantic Station, cruised up the Orinoco river to
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Bolivar and up the Amazon to Iquitos, Peru, 2200 miles from
the Atlantic and to within 250 miles of the Pacific--the highest
point ever reached by a man of war of any nation. Promoted
to Lieutenant (Junior Grade) in March and Lieutenant July 1,
1899. Detached from Wilmington, at Monte Video, April, 1,
1900, and returned to United States in cruiser Hartford. After
short leave, was ordered to inspecting duty under Bureau of
Equipment. No issue.

1211. AMASA RICHARD MOORE, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., May 20, 1837; m. Elizabeth
Wildman, dau. of Eleazer Adorno and Lucy E. (Wildman) Peck, at Troy, N. Y., Oct. 18,
1865. She was b. Hartford, Conn., July 11, 1840. He is a banker.

There were 4 children, all but the last, b. Troy, N. Y.

2220. I. LUCY PECK MOORE, b. Aug. 19, 1868.
2221. II. CHARLES ADORNO MOORE, b. Dec. 1, 1870; d. May 30, 1873.
2222. III. FANNY ELIZABETH MOORE, b. June 28, 1873.
2223. IV. CLARA BOUGHTON MOORE, b. Lansingburg, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1875.

1212. CHARLOTTE MARIA MOORE, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1840; m.
Christopher Frezine, son of James and Polly (Webster) Norton, at Plattsburg, N. Y., Dec.
20, 1870. He was b. Fredonia, July 29, 1821, and d. Perry Park, Larkspur, Colorado,
May 6, 1880. His occupation was "Lumber, Iron, Lands and a Politician."

There were 3 children.

2224. I. ROBERT CHRISTOPHER NORTON, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., May 25, 1873;
d. Nov. 29, 1874.
2225. II. CHRISTINE HASELTINE NORTON, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., June 2, 1877.
2226. III. CHRISTOPHER FREZINE NORTON, b. Perry Park, Col., April 5, 1880.

1219. JAMES GILBERT VAN VALKENBURG, b. Chatham, N. Y., June 26, 1819. He
m. Eveline Wilbor, and had at least 1 child.

2227. I. * KATHERINE FITCH VAN VALKENBERG, b. Chatham Center, N. Y.,
Feb. 19, 1847.

1224. JOHN BYRON MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1832; m. Sarah Frances,
the dau. of Alanson and Sarah (Danks) Baxter, at Chicopee, Mass., in Feb., 1862. She b.
Northampton, Mass., Oct. 22, 1830. Mr. Moore resides in Denison, Kansas; is a
carpenter and farmer. He was a pioneer in Jackson Co., Kansas, where he has lived since
1868. He has served as justice of the peace, and has always taken great interest in
educational matters.

There were 3 children.

2228. I EDWARD LEWIS MOORE, b. Washoe City, Nev., Aug. 1, 1863; d.
Sept. 16, 1863.
2229. II. * ALICE EVELYN MOORE, b. Chicopee, Mass., Nov. 8, 1865.
2230. III. * GEORGE HENRY MOORE, b. Denison, Kansas, April 2, 1869.

1230. LUCINDA DAVIS MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., June 4, 1846; m. John V., son of
Thomas Parker and (???) (Vinicombe)
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Gallup, at Chatham, Nov. 1, 1866. He was b. Somerset, England, Aug. 27, 1846. He is a
farmer in Irving, Kansas.

There were 5 children.

2231. I. * CHARLES HERBERT GULLUP, b. Marcellus, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1867; m.
Helen M. Griswold, Dec. 24, 1890, at Ashtabula, Ohio.
2232. II. * JESSIE ELIZABETH GALLUP, b. Irving, Kansas, May 19, 1870; m.
Charles W. Hopkins, Dec. 11, 1889, at Ashtabula. Ohio.
2233. III. JULIA MAY GALLUP, b. Irving, Kansas, Jan. 3, 1875; m. Herman
Klingbiel, Nov. 11, 1897, at Ashtabula, Ohio.
2234. IV. EDWARD PARKER GALLUP, b. Irving, Kansas, April 5, 1877; m.
Myrtie Graham, Jan. 3, 1898, at Jefferson, Ohio.
2235. V. * WILLIAM CARLTON GALLUP, b. Irving, Kansas, Aug. 3, 1879; m.
Lena Castle, Oct. 8, 1898, at Saybrook, Ohio.

1231. BETHENIA MOORE, b. Jan. 24, 1843; m. at Chatham, N. Y., 1872, Edward P.,
the son of Edmond and Hannah (Porttor) Johnson. He is a lumber dealer and builder.

There are 4 children.

2236. I. MAUD BERTHA JOHNSON, b. Sept. 24, 1874; m. Andrew Clark, Dec.
25, 1900.
2237. II. GILBERT WALTER JOHNSON, b. July 17, 1876; m. Hattie A. Lawrence,
July 22, 1896, at Pittsfield, Mass.
2238. III. SILAS EDWARD JOHNSON, b. May 13, 1880.
2239. IV. ESTELLA MAY JOHNSON, b. Aug. 27, 1885.

1232. AMASA PLINY MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., May 24, 1846; m. at Ghent, N.
Y., June 23, 1887, Lizzie, the dau. of Philip Sharp. He is a farmer and landlord, and officer
in the Reformed Church of Ghent.

There were 3 children, b. Ghent, N. Y.

2240. I. PHILIP J. MOORE, b. May 22, 1889.
2241. II. AMASA PLINY MOORE, b. Sept. 8, 1890; d. April 9, 1892.
2242. III. WILLIAM REUBEN MOORE, b. Sept. 28, 1895.

1233. ELIZA R. MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., July 22, 1848, m. Edward Morgan, Sept.
18, 1877. He was the son of Justin and Hannah (Brooks) Morgan, b. Springfield, Mass.,
Nov. 17, 1851. Res. Becket, Mass.

They had 3 children.

2243. I. GEORGIA VIOLA MORGAN, b. June 17, 1881.
2244. II. EARL L. MORGAN, b. Nov. 29, 1884; d. April 7, 1893.
2245. III. HARRISON MORGAN, b. Feb. 17, 1889; d. March 30, 1893.

1234. RENSSELAER H. MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., July 10, 1850; m. at Brooklyn,
N. Y., March 22, 1890, Ella Brady. She b. Brooklyn, July 20, 1868. He is a painter.

They have 2 children, b. Pittsfield, Mass.

2246. I. CLARENCE E. MOORE, b. July 14, 1893.
2247. II. FLORENCE MARIEL MOORE, b. May 20, 1901.

1236. SILAS D. MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1856; m. Annis, dau. of C.
Nelson and Maria L. (How) Brady, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1866. He is a farmer.

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They have 3 children.

2248. I. ANNIE LOUISE MOORE, b. Austerlitz, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1888.
2249. II. SILAS NELSON MOORE, b. Chatham, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1890.
2250. III. ETHEL LAVINIA MOORE, b. Pittsfield, Mass., Oct. 10, 1899.

1241. RALPH ROGERS THOMPSON, b. Chatham, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1818; d. there, Feb.
15, 1894. He m. 1st, at Chatham, N. Y., Catherine Stever, Sept. 9, 1844. He m. 2d,
Elizabeth A. (???), May 1, 1856.

Children by 1st marriage:
2251. I. CAROLINE E. THOMPSON, b. Aug. 1, 1845; d. Jan. 19, 1848.
2252. II. MARY LOUISE THOMPSON, b. Nov. 19, 1846; d. Jan. 26, 1900.
2253. III. CATHERINE THOMPSON, b. July 4, 1848; d. July 6, 1848.
Children by 2d marriage:
2254. IV. * ALICE MINNIE THOMPSON, b. Feb. 13, 1857; m. Arnold Laraway,
May 5, 1879.
2255. V. MARTHA ROGERS THOMPSON, b. March 14, 1859; m. Erskine Danforth
Palmer, Mechanicsville, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1886. Child, Dorothy
Erskine Palmer, b. Nov. 12, 1892.
2256. VI. CAROLINE THOMPSON, b. May 16, 1861; d. Oct. 3, 1871.
2257. VII. WILLIAM J. THOMPSON, b. July 1, 1876; d. the same day.

1255. MARTHA L. MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1834; m. Franklin J. King, in
Champlain, Jan. 22, 1857. He was b. Wheeling, West Virginia, the son of Solomon and Eliza
(Miller) King, Feb. 28, 1826. Mr. King passed his boyhood in Wheeling, where his father
conducted a general store. In 1846, he enlisted in the army of the Mexican War and crossed
the plains in the 1st battalion of Missouri Artillery, under the command of General Kearney.
He was honorably discharged, in New Orleans, in Aug. 1847, and went to California in 1849.
He settled in Yreka, Cal., where he has conducted the largest merchandising establishment in
the North for 40 years.

They had 5 children, all b. in Yreka, Cal.

2258. I. CHARLES MILLER KING, b. Dec. 9, 1857; m. Jennie Wheatly, June
16, 1885.
2259. II. WILLETTA C. KING, b. Dec. 6, 1859; m. John H. Magoffey, Aug. 22,
1885.
2260. III. WILLIAM H. KING, b. Dec. 6, 1859; m. Claribelle Leffler, Stockton,
June 2, 1898.
2261. IV. FRANKLIN J. KING, b. July 27, 1864; m. Carrie A. Tyler, July 19,
1888.
2262. V. GEORGE W. KING, b. April 7, 1869.

1258. CAROLINE ELIZA MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1840; m. Curtis
Hoopes Pyle, in Yreka, Cal., March 22, 1863. He was b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 23, 1832.

There were 8 children, all b. Yreka, Cal.

2263. I. MARTHA C. PYLE, b. Jan. 18, 1864; m. Perle M. Johnson, Feb.
14, 1888.
2264. II. FREDERICK E. PYLE, b. Oct. 21, 1865; d. April 30, 1866.
2265. III. * MARY P. PYLE, b. Feb. 23, 1867.
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2266. IV. CHARLES E. PYLE, b. Jan. 28, 1869; d. March 25, 1875.
2267. V. * KATHERINE S. PYLE, b. July 6, 1874.
2268. VI. * FRANCES R. PYLE, b. Aug. 4, 1876.
2269. VII. LUCY E. PYLE, b. Oct. 8, 1878.

1261. CHARLES S. MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., May 2, 1854; m. Louisa Fried, in
Yreka, Cal., in 1883; res. Sissons, Cal.

There was 1 child.

2270. I. EMMA B. MOORE, b. Sept., 1884.

1264. ELIZABETH M. MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1838; m. Levi, son of
William and Hannah (Hopper) Peake, at Mooers, N. Y. He was b. in Canada, May 24,
1833. For the last 28 years he has resided Chateaugay, N. Y. President of the bank,
president of the board of trustees, and held smaller offices of the town. Is now a merchant
of the firm of Peake & Sharp.

They had 4 children.

2271. I. LIZZIE BROWNELL PEAKE, b. Malone, N. Y.; d. young.
2272. II. ERNEST THOMAS PEAKE, b. Malone, N. Y., d. young.
2273. III. BEULAH MOORE PEAKE, b. Chateaugay, N, Y.; m. Lionel Van
Akers, July, 1894.
2274. IV. JOSEPH PEAKE, b. Chateaugay, d. young.

1265. JULIA MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1842; m. Nov. 11, 1867, William
Albert, son of Zephaniah Swift More and Caroline Maria (Cleveland) Hersey. He b.
Hawkesbury, Canada, Aug. 19, 1845. He is a druggist, Watertown, N. Y., 22 Sterling St.

They had 6 children.

2275. I. ALBERT EDWARD HERSEY, b. Hawkesbury, Canada, Jan. 11, 1869;
d. Jan. 20, 1875.
2276. II. BENJAMIN WILLIAM HERSEY, Hawkesbury, June 9, 1870; d. Aug. 30,
1870
2277. III. WILLIAM ALBERT HERSEY, b. Hawkesbury, Canada, June 6, 1872;
m. Katherine Vrooman, at Johnstown, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1895.
2278. IV. MARY CAROLINE HERSEY, b. Champlain, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1873; m.
Albert Flint Sheldon, at Watertown, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1895.
2279. V. CHARLES ALBERT HERSEY, b. Chateaugay, N. Y., May 29, 1875; d.
Sept. 21, 1875.
2280. VI. LOUISE MOORE HERSEY, b. Geneseo, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1879; graduate
of Albany Normal School, June, 1901.

1267. EDWARD JOSEPH MOORE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1846; m.
Georgiana Crabbe, at Brooklyn, N. Y., June 14, 1883. She was b. in Brooklyn, Aug. 1,
1854. Mr. Moore is a manufacturing druggist in New York City, and the author of The
Moore Family, 1900; res. 92 Jamaica Ave., Flushing, N. Y.

They had 4 children, all but the last b. in Brooklyn, N. Y.

2281. I. BENJAMIN NICHOLS MOORE, b. May 27, 1884.
2282. II. FRANK RUST MOORE, b. May 27, 1884.
2283. III. EDWARD CORBIN MOORE, b. Nov. 3, 1885.
2284. IV. GEORGE BIRKBECK MOORE, b. Feb. 9, 1892.

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1269. ELIZA C. SHEDDEN, b. Mooers, N. Y., April 8, 1839; m. at Clintonville, N. Y.,
Aug. 17, 1868, Van Rensselaer, the son of John and Mary (Weston) Mace. He was b.
Clintonville, N. Y.

They had 4 children, b. Wabasha, Minn.

2285. I. JOHN V. R. MACE, b. March 30, 1870; d. June 14, 1873.
2286. II. MARY ETTA MACE, b. Nov. 14, 1871; m. Peter Cyrus Shaw, at
Wabasha, Minn., Aug. 15, 1900; res. Jarrett's, Minn.; graduate
of High School and Normal institute.
2287. III. EMELINE S. MACE, b. March 27, 1874; d. July 1, 1875.
2288. IV. NELLIE ELIZA MACE, b. April 7, 1877; graduate of High School
and Normal Institute; now teaching in Wabasha.

1285. MEDAD MOORE COOKE, b. Sacket's Harbor, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1831; d.
Marine City, Mich., Dec. 15, 1894. He m. 1st, Harriet, dau. of Robert and Elizabeth
(Hazelwood) Lonsdale, at Brownville, Jefferson Co., N. Y., Jan. 10, 1850. She was b. at
Pillar Point, N. Y., March 15, 1832; d. Watertown, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1863. He m. 2d,
Augusta Lonsdale, Jan. 10, 1866, at Watertown. She b. June 1, 1844, and was sister of
the 1st wife. He was a sailor.

There was 1 child.

2289. I. * MINNIE ELIZABETH COOKE, b. Dexter, N. Y., March 4, 1870.

1289. GEORGIANA COOKE, b. Sacket's Harbor, N. Y., May 5, 1833; m. George A.
Parks, at Lockport, Ill., May 12, 1855. She d. there, July 26, 1867.

There were 3 children.

2290. I. MARY AUGUSTA PARKS, b. Aug. 22, 1861, Lockport, Ill.; d. Sept. 5,
1863.
2291. II. GEORGE BRAYTON PARKS, b. Lockport, Ill., May 23, 1864.
2292. III. WILLIAM COOKE PARKS, b. May 5, 1867. He was adopted by his
uncle, Wm. L. Cooke, and now bears the name of William P.
Cooke.

1290. WILLIAM L. COOKE, b Sacket's Harbor, N. Y. March 31, 1835; d. Chicago,
Ill., June 8, 1898. He m. Harriet Newell, dau. of Sylvester and Sarah (Newell) Piper, at
Chicago, May 11, 1858. She was b. Sacket's Harbor, March 31, 1840.

There were 2 children.

2293. I. IDA M. COOKE, b. Dec. 19. 1859; is principal in a Chicago School.
2294. II. ADA M. COOKE, b. Aug. 6, 1862; d. Nov. 26, 1862.

1292. LEWIS BYRON COOKE, b. Sacket's Harbor, Jan. 18, 1840; m. Eleanor
Gorman, at Lockport, Ill., where she was born. He is a lock tender on the Illinois and
Michigan Canal. She was the dau. of Michael and Eleanor (Judge) Gorman.

There were 8 children.

2295. I. ELEANOR COOKE, b. --; d. young.
2296. II. JOHN GORMAN COOKE, b. April 7, 1864, Chicago, Ill.; m. Mary Cox;
d. leaving 1 child, Dewitt Clinton Cooke, who lives with his
mother, Biltmore, N. C.

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2297. III. MARY COOKE, b. Lockport, Ill., April 11, 1866.
2298. IV. LEWIS COOKE, b. Lockport, Ill., Jan. 24, 1872.
2299. V. CHARLES MILTON COOKE, b. April 20, 1874.
2300. VI. GEORGE LEWIS COOKE, b. Chicago, Ill., Jan. 24, 1876.
2301. VII. JAMES HENRY COOKE, b. Chicago, Oct. 18, 1878.
2302. VIII. HARRIET ELSIE COOKE, b. Chicago, Jan. 1. 1882.

1296. HIRAM BENEDICT, b. Dec. 24, 1815; m. June 30, 1851, Sarah, the dau. of
John M. Henderson, of Scotland. He was a dentist and resided in Detroit, Mich.

There were 7 children.

2303. I. HARRIET BENEDICT, b. April 1, 1852.
2304. II. SARAH BENEDICT, b. Nov. 29, 1853.
2305. III. ELLA BENEDICT, b. Oct. 8, 1855.
2306. IV. WILLIAM ESMOND BENEDICT, b. June 15, 1858.
2307. V. JAMES HARVEY BENEDICT, b. March 5, 1862; d. April 4, 1862.
2308. VI. NELLIE BENEDICT, b. April 17, 1863; d. July 10, 1863.
2309. VII. STELLA MAE BENEDICT, b. May 25, 1864.

1300. NELSON BENEDICT, b. Dec. 23, 1824; m. June 1, 1852, Mira Whitney. He d.
Oct. 29, 1857.

There was 1 child.

2310. I. FRANK FENELON BENEDICT, b. Feb. 10, 1854.

1303. VIRGIL DOUGLAS MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, Dec. 3, 1814; d. Columbus,
Ohio, Nov. 6, 1895; buried at Greenlawn Cemetery. He m. at Galena, Delaware Co.,
Ohio, Nov 2, 1841, Hannah Marilla, dau. of Sylvester and Sarah (Williams) Hough. She
was b. at Galena, May 8, 1817.

The history of Mr. Moore is that of most of the sons of the pioneers of the west. He had
the advantage of a district school in the winter and assisted in clearing the land in the
summer. He was a prosperous farmer and stock raiser. He was 6 feet high, with black
hair and eyes.

There were 2 children, b. Gahanna, Ohio.

2311. I. Daughter, b. Feb. 17, 1843; d. same day.
2312. II. * ROXANA MOORE, b. Feb. 2, 1845.

1305. HARRIET MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, March 25, 1817; d. Anson, Mo., May
31, 1865. She m. Theodore, son of Moses and Isabelle (Nicholson) Rugg, at Gahanna,
Ohio, Dec. 22, 1836. He was b. in Blendon township, March, 1817; d. Denver, Col.,
Jan. 3, 1899. He was a harness maker. Moses Rugg was a Revolutionary soldier for 4
years with the Massachusetts troops. Isabella Nicholson m. 1st, Mr. McKillips.

There were 5 children.,

2313. I. * EMERITT JOSEPHINE RUGG, b. Dec. 25, 1837, Palestine, Ohio.
2314. II. SARAH MARGARET RUGG, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, March 22, 1840; d.
Sept. 20, 1847.
2315. III. FRANCIS ROSALINE RUGG, b. Blendon, Ohio, June 29, 1844; d. Dec.
7, 1862; m. O. P. Sawyer, at Peakesville, Mo., June 29, 1862.
2316. IV. * EDWARD LAWS RUGG, b. Chambersburg, Mo., May 17, 1853.
2317. V. * HATTIE EMMA RUGG, b. Farmington, Iowa, Feb. 25, 1858.

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1306. ALFRED MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, Dec. 28, 1819; d. Des Moines, Iowa,
Nov. 14, 1850. He m. Sophia Seaman. Mr. Moore moved at an early day to Des Moines,
Iowa, where he established a private school called the Des Moines Institute. He possessed
marked ability as an educator and his early death brought to a close what promised to be a
useful career.

There was 1 child.

2318. I. IDA MOORE, b. --; m. -- Gerhart.

1307. SIMEON MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, March 23, 1823; d. Dec. 13, 1888; m.
Nancy Harper, Oct. 9, 1856. She was b. Nov. 2, 1837; d. Sept. 30, 1859. He m. 2d,
Tabitha Ray, March 18, 1860; she b. July 1, 1825; d. Jan. 20, 1862. He m. 3d, Mary
Williams, Jan. 23, 1863; she b. Aug. 1, 1828, d. March 14, 1865. He m. 4th, Frances
Lilley, Nov. 25, 1866; she b. March 21, 1846; d. Oct. 1, 1876. He taught school when a
young man and later in life was a farmer.

There were 7 children.

2319. I. SIMEON R. MOORE, b. Oct. 5, 1857; m. May 30, 1878.
2320. II. VIRGIL MOORE, b. Dec. 10, 1858; d. March 4, 1861.
2321. III. * TOM RAY MOORE, b. New Harmony, Mo., March 22, 1861.
2322. IV. PETER MOORE, b. March 28, 1868; m. Lizzie Nesham, Dec. 25,
1891.
2323. V. LAURA MOORE, b. May 30, 1869; m. J. R. Nixon, Nov. 15, 1885; d.
Feb. 14, 1896.
2324. VI. MARY IDA MOORE, b. Feb. 28, 1872; m. T. C. Mann, March 21,
1897.
2325. VII. GEORGE MOORE, b. May 15, 1874.

1309. LAURA ANN MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, Oct. 1, 1825; d. Columbus, Ohio,
April 20, 1895; m. George Washington, son of George Washington and Rebecca
(Weatherington) Williams, April 3, 1845. He b. Alexandria, Va., Sept. 15, 1809; d.
Rusco Station, Ohio, Dec. 26, 1881. Both are interred at Greenlawn Cemetery.

They had 11 children.

2326. I. * EMMA DEAN WILLIAMS, b. Valley Crossing, Ohio, Aug. 11 1846.
2327. II. * GEORGE WASHINGTON WILLIAMS, b. Rusco Station, Oct. 8, 1848.
2328. III. * FRANK MOORE WILLIAMS, b. Rusco Station, Ohio, Feb. 10, 1851.
2329. IV. CHARLES BALL WILLIAMS, b. Rusco Station, Jan. 10, 1853; d. Aug.
18, 1876.
2330. V. * HUGH LEGARE WILLIAMS, b. Rusco Station, Ohio, Jan. 9, 1855.
2331. VI. * EDWIN RUTHVIN WILLIAMS, b. Feb. 16, 1858, Rusco Station, Ohio.
2332. VII. DELLA LAURA WILLIAMS, b. Rusco Station, July 25, 1861; d. Aug.
17, 1866.
2333. VIII. JOSEPH CLARK WILLIAMS, b. Oct. 13, 1863; d. Sept. 11, 1866.
2334. IX. JESSIE FREMONT WILLIAMS, b. Rusco Station, Ohio, Aug. 5, 1865;
d. Oct. 19, 1893.
2335. X. SARAH MARIA WILLIAMS, b. Rusco Station, Ohio, Oct. 19, 1867.
2336. XI. LAURA MOORE WILLIAMS, b. June 11, 1870, Rusco Station, Ohio,
d. Sept. 3, 1870.

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1311. WALLACE HETMAN MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, Feb. 4, 1841; m. Coolville,
Athens Co., Ohio, April 29, 1863. Carrie E., dau. of George and Hannah (Savage)
Williams. She b. Delaware Co., Ohio, Jan. 6, 1844; d. March 2, 1894. He entered the
service as a member of the 46th Ohio V. I., wounded at the battle of Pittsburg Landing, and
was discharged. He subsequently enlisted in the 133d Ohio V. I. and served to the end of
the War.

There were 2 children, b. Gahanna, Ohio.

2337. I. * CORDELIA A. MOORE, b. March 31, 1864.
2338. II. KATHERINE MOORE, b. July 1, 1868.

1314. MARY ANN ABIGAIL SHARP, b. Hamilton township, Ohio, Nov. 22, 1829; m.
Washington J., son of William and Nancy (Walton) Hawkins, at Gahanna, Ohio, Oct. 7,
1847. He b. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 3, 1825; d. Pyramid Lake, May 12, 1860. She m. 2d,
Edwin Gregory, Nov. 21, 1861. He d. March 21, 1862. She m. 3d, James A. Ashcraft,
Sonoma Co., Cal., Dec. 20, 1866.

There were 9 children.

2339. I. LEWIS JACOB HAWKINS, b. St. Louis Co., Mo., Sept. 23, 1848; m.
Maria Mize.
2340. II. DEEFORD SIMEON HAWKINS, b. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 29, 1849;
m. Kate Williams.
2341. III. CHARLES WASHINGTON HAWKINS, b. Yolo Co. Cal., May 17, 1852;
m. Alice Carter.
2342. IV. EDWARD EVERETT HAWKINS, b. Yolo Co., Cal., Dec. 21, 1853.
2343. V. HENRY HAMDON HAWKINS, Yolo Co., Cal., Dec. 27, 1855; d. Nov.
15, 1875.
2344. VI. WILLIAM LATIMER HAWKINS, b. Yolo Co., Cal., Dec. 29, 1857; m.
Anna Jacobs.
2345. VII. JAMES RUSSELL HAWKINS, b. Yolo Co., Cal., Jan. 4, 1860; m.
Anna Hardin.
2346. VIII. CASS PLUMER ASHCRAFT, b. Nov. 3, 1869; m. Minnie Moreland.
2347. IX. LAURA MIRIAM ASHCRAFT, b. Sept. 13, 1871; m. James Reinhart.

1317. HANNAH WILLIAMS MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, Feb. 6, 1833; m. there in
1850, Christopher Clark, b. in England, Dec. 25, 1831; d. at La Crosse, Wis., March 9,
1901.

They had one child.

2348. I. MARY CATHERINE CLARK, b. at Brownsville, Minn., July 22, 1858.

1318. GEORGE ALVIN MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, Aug. 19, 1835; m. at Gahanna, July
12, 1862, Sophronia Shull, b. July 31, 1840. He was a farmer.

There were 7 children, all b. Gahanna, Ohio.

2349. I. * CHARLES ALVIN MOORE, b. April 22, 1864.
2350. II. JESSIE MAUDE MOORE, b. Jan. 31, 1866; d. Jan. 1, 1870.
2351. III. CALVIN HOWE MOORE, b. Sept. 5, 1867; d. May 15, 1891; m. Clara
Guider; no issue.
2352. IV. * EDWARD DAVID MOORE, b. June 14, 1871.
2353. V. WALTER PAUL MOORE, b. March 21, 1876.
2354. VI. BESSIE MOORE, b. June 7, 1879.
2355. VII. BENJAMIN FREEMAN MOORE, b. Oct. 5, 1882.

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1319. PRESTON ALFRED MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, May 15, 1837; m. Elizabeth,
dau. of David and Elizabeth (Pugh) Richards, March 28, 1859. She was b. Onondaga
Co., N. Y. He is a farmer and stockman.

They had 3 children.

2356. I. FRANK P. MOORE, b. at "Headley's Corners," Ohio, 1859; d. Aug.
1, 1891. He m. Maud L. Smith, at Corning, Iowa, May 4, 1878.
2357. II. FRED HERBERT MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, July 7, 1865; d. May
11, 1880.
2358. III. MARY MOORE, b. Central College, Ohio, Oct. 14, 1866; d. Oct. 14,
1891; m. S. W. Bounce, at Armourdale, Kan., March 23, 1889.

1320. AMANDA M. MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, Jan. 3, 1840, m. John H., the son
of Thomas and Anna (Rice) Martin, Jan. 27, 1863. He b. April 17, 1833; d. Feb. 22,
1880. He was a bookkeeper, Columbus, Ohio. His father served in the War of 1812.

There were 6 children.

2359. I. WALTER H. MARTIN, b. Feb. 13, 1864; m. May 30, 1897, Alice
Robbins, of Minneapolis, Minn. Real estate agent, Columbus,
Ohio.
2360. II. CORNELIA MARTIN, b. Feb. 13, 1864; d. Oct. 30, 1865.
2361. III. JOHN THOMAS MARTIN, b. Dec. 20, 1865; m. Alice Knight Frank,
dau. of Col. Frank, U. S. Army, July 3, 1895.
2362. IV. ROBERT MOORE MARTIN, b. Dec. 8, 1867; m. Edna Mitchel, June
3, 1896.
2363. V. HERBERT HAYDEN MARTIN, b. Dec. 8, 1867; m. Nina Firestone, of
Columbus, Ohio, June 30, 1891; res. Omaha, Neb. Children:
Geraldine and Herbertta.
2364. VI. PERCY MARTIN, b. June 19, 1871. res. Berlin, Germany, secretary
of an American company,

1321. MARY A. MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, May 26, 1842; d. Cardington, Ohio,
March 15, 1873; m. June 17, 1868, at Blendon, Ohio, Demmon P. Cooke, b. Clinton
township, Franklin Co., Ohio, Aug. 24, 1828.

There was 1 child.

2365. I. DEMMIE P. COOKE, b. Galena, Ohio, Dec. 24, 1871; m. Maud
Brown, dau. of John L. Brown, of Columbus, Ohio.

1323. LUCIEN BARBER MOORE, b. Sheldon, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1838; m. at
Tyringham, Mass., March 17, 1858, Sarah, dau. of Milton and Margaret (Stedman)
Judd, of Monterey, Mass. She was b. July 16, 1835.

There were 6 children, b. Tyringham, Mass.

2366. I. * HELEN THANKFUL MOORE, b. Nov. 21, 1859.
2367. II. * FREDERIC MILTON MOORE, b. Oct. 10, 1861.
2368. III. * HOMER LUCIEN MOORE, b. Jan. 9, 1864.
2369. IV. HERBERT EUGENE MOORE, b. Jan. 6. 1867; m. Lydia F., dau. of
Sullivan Blake and Mary Ann (Burns) Ingalls, b. Dec. 19, 1863.
2370. V. * GUY DE MOND MOORE, b. Dec. 20, 1869.
2371. VI. LUCY MARGARET MOORE, b. Aug. 26, 1872.

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1324. ELDAD MOORE, b. Sheldon, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1841; m. at Pittsfield, Mass.,
Dec. 21, 1864, Julia Maria, dau. of Henry Harrington. She b. Pittsfield, Jan. 14, 1844.
He enlisted from Lee, Mass., in Co. "E," 27th Massachusetts Volunteers. Lived in
Becket, Lee and Pittsfield. Came to Becket when he was 12 years old. He was a
prisoner at Andersonville. (See History of Lee for record.) After the war, he was
captain of the Colby Guard of Pittsfield.

There were 7 children.

2372. I. HENRY WILSON MOORE, b. Dec. 19, 1866; drowned July 12, 1879.
2373. II. ROBERT ANDREW MOORE, b. Dec. 10, 1869; d. Aug. 25, 1870.
2374. III. EMMA REYNOLDS MOORE, b. June 7, 1874; d. March 17, 1875.
2375. IV. HUGH WILSON MOORE, b. April 27, 1876; d. Sept. 3, 1876.
2376. V. ELDAD ETHELBERT MOORE, b. Dec. 17, 1880; d. Oct. 15, 1897.
2377. VI. BESSIE HARRINGTON MOORE, b. Feb. 11, 1882.
2378. VII. FREDERICK RUSSELL MOORE, b. Sept. 3, 1884.

1325. MARCUS TRUMAN MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Nov. 6, 1843; m. Lee,
Mass., Feb. 20, 1866, Matilda Louisa, dau. of Joseph and Mary (Halsey) Combs. She
b. West Stockbridge, Mass., June 29, 1844.

They had 7 children, the first b. at Lee, and the others at Pittsfield, Mass.

2379. I. MARCUS EARLE MOORE, b. Feb. 12, 1869; d. Feb. 23, 1871.
2380. II. ARTHUR CLYDE MOORE, b. April 23, 1873; d. Feb. --.
2381. III. CLARENCE RUSSELL MOORE b. Feb. 19, 1876.
2382. IV. GRACE LETTICE MOORE, b. Oct. 9, 1878.
2383. V. EDITH LOUISE MOORE, b. Oct. 8, 1883; d. Dec. 23, 1884.
2384. VI. HOMER HALSEY MOORE, b. June 27, 1885.
2385. VII. CHARLOTTE COMBS MOORE, b. May 20, 1890.

1327. H. WARREN PHELPS, b. Blendon, Ohio, May 5, 1839, was educated in the
common schools, at Central College Academy in Blendon, and at the Business College
in Cleveland, Ohio. He enlisted in Co. "H," 95th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, as
a private soldier, Aug. 1, 1862, for three years. He was appointed 1st sergeant,
promoted to 2d lieutenant, then to 1st lieutenant, and commanded his company during
the last 2 years of the war. His company carried the regimental colors and did excellent
service at the battle of Nashville, Dec. 16, 1864. The distance marched by his company
during the war was fully 10,000 miles.

After the close of the war, Mr. Moore engaged in farming and stock raising. He m.
Louisa M. Clark, Jan. 1, 1868. She was the granddaughter of Isaac and Ursula (Clark)
Griswold, pioneers of Blendon in 1806. Mr. Phelps has been statistical correspondent
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture and reporter for the U. S. Weather Bureau for
20 years. He assisted in the preparation of the genealogy of the Phelps Family, and is
president of the Pioneer Association of the Phelps-Griswold-Moore and Meacham
families,
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of Blendon, Ohio; member of the G. A. R., and M. E. Church, and a Republican in
politics.

There were 6 children.

2386. I. GEORGE H. PHELPS, b. Dec. 23, 1868; m. Bertha Switchard.
2387. II. ROLAND C. PHELPS, b. May 23, 1871.
2388. III. GRACE CLARKE PHELPS, b. Nov., 1874; graduated, Columbus, Ohio.
2389. IV. WARREN D. PHELPS, b. Washington, Ohio, April 8, 1877.
2390. V. M. LOUISA PHELPS, b. Dec. 11, 1880.
2391. VI. HOMER M. PHELPS, b. --.

1329. ORVILLE PARSONS CASE, b. Nov. 9, 1814; d. May 18, 1888; m. at West
Suffield, Conn., Nov. 27, 1839, Emeline Catherine Viets, of East Granby, Conn. He was
a grocer in Hartford.

They had 8 children, all but the 1st b. Hartford, Conn.

2392. I. HORACE ORVILLE CASE, b. Feeding Hills, Mass., July 27, 1841.
2393. II. SARAH JANE CASE, b. Aug., 1843; d. Aug., 1845.
2394. III. CHARLES HENRY CASE, b. Sept. 4, 1845; d. Aug. 6, 1867; unmarried.
2395. IV. JAMES HARPER CASE, b. June 10, 1848.
2396. V. ALBERT MARCUS CASE, b. Feb. 12, 1852; d. young.
2397. VI. ALBERT MARCUS CASE, b. Feb. 11, 1854.
2398. VII. WILLIAM ARTHUR CASE, b. Jan 10, 1857; d. June 17, 1858.
2399. VIII. FREDERICK EVERETT CASE, b. Dec. 16, 1861; d. Dec. 3, 1881.

1330. SARAH ANN CASE, m. Francis Case, of North Granby.

They had 2 children.

2400. I. ANN ELIZA CASE, b. --; m. Lambert B. Case; res. Barkhamsted,
Conn.
2401. II. ERWIN CASE, b. --.

1331. AURELIA CASE, m. 1st, Oliver Case, of North Canton; 2d, Mr. Backus.

They had 2 children.

2402. I. PARMELIA S. CASE, b. --.
2403. II. CROMWELL OLIVER CASE, res. New Britain, Conn.

1332. EZRA M. CASE, b. --; m. Ellen E. West, of Colchester, Conn.; 2d, Julia Smith
Porter, of Glastonbury; res. New Britain, Conn.

Children by 1st marriage:
2404. I. SARAH JANE CASE, b. --.
2405. II. GEORGE ORVILLE CASE, b. --.
2406. III. ELLA CASE, b. --.
2407. IV. WARREN SIMEON CASE, b. --.

Child by 2d marriage:
2408. V. ETTA CASE, b. --; m.; living at Meriden, Conn.

1335. MARTHA MOORE, b. Granby, Conn., March 25, 1836; m. Abel Cornelius, the
son of Abel and Vashti (Griswold) Adams, at Granby, April 29, 1858. He b. Tariffville,
Conn., Nov. 4, 1823; d. there, Aug. 24, 1877. He was a farmer.

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There were 5 children, all b. Tariffville, Conn.

2409. I. * HENRY ADAMS, b. April 18, 1859.
2410. II. HORACE MOORE ADAMS, b. Sept. 6, 1861.
2411. III. * MARTHA VASHTI ADAMS, b. Jan. 14, 1865.
2412. IV. ABEL CORNELIUS ADAMS, b. June 24, 1869.
2413. V. FRANK EVARTS ADAMS, b. Oct. 17, 1872.

1338. WILLIAM PARSONS CASE, b. North Canton, Conn., June 3, 1825; m.
Angeline B. King, at Lynn, Mass., May 26, 1858. He d. Cedar Falls, Iowa, March 5,
1865. She d. Springfield, Mass., Dec. 6, 1900.

They had 2 children.

2414. I. FLORENCE EVA CASE, b. Oct. 11, 1860; d. Springfield, Mass.,
"several years ago."
2415. II. WILLIAM PARSONS CASE, b. --, 1863; res. 175 St. James Avenue,
Springfield, Mass.

1352. STOUGHTON MOORE, b. Chenango Co., N. Y., Oct. 15, 1812; d. North
East, Dutchess Co., N. Y., July 15, 1895. He m. Harriet, the dau. of Barnabas Paine, at
Amenia, Dutchess Co., in 1840. She was b. North East in 1811, and d. at Amenia N.
Y., in 1852. He m. 2d, Polly, the dau. of Samuel Bristol, in 1853. He was a farmer.

There were 9 children, all b. in North East.

2416. I. CHARLES PAINE MOORE, b. Jan. 26, 1841; he went to Wisconsin
when 19, and 2 years later started for Iowa. Nothing has been
heard of him since.
2417. II. SAMANTHA MOORE, b. May 16, 1843; d. April 30, 1849.
2418. III. MARY LOUISA MOORE, b. Dec. 18, 1845; m. Dr. I. G. Heilman,
Feb. 25, 1873.
2419. IV. * GEORGE CHESTER MOORE, b. March 20, 1849.
2420. V. JOHN WESLEY MOORE, b. Dec. 17, 1851; d. March 17, 1852.

Children by 2d marriage:
2421. VI. HENRY S. MOORE, b. April 10, 1854.
2422. VII. HARRIET P. MOORE, b. May 29, 1856. In Patent Office, Washington,
D. C.
2423. VIII. WILLIAM H. S. MOORE, b. May 14, 1858.
2424. IX. HIRAM P. MOORE, b. Jan. 1, 1861.

1359. SARAH CLEVELAND MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., May 12, 1829; m.
John Catlin, the son of William and Maria (Catlin) Beardsley, at Oxford, N. Y., Jan. 26,
1848. He was b. Chenango Co., N. Y., Sept. 5, 1827; d. Oxford, N. Y., April 3,
1886. He was a traveling salesman. Benjamin Cleveland, the grandfather of Sarah
Cleveland Moore, served 7 years in the War of the Revolution.

There was 1 child.

2425. I. ERFORD CARROLL BEARDSLEY, b. Oxford, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1850.
He is an optician in Oxford, and is unmarried.

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1370. OLIVER MOORE, b. July 22, 1819; m. (???) Thurston, and had 5 children.

2426. I. HENRY MOORE, b. --.
2427. II. WILLIAM MOORE, b. --.
2428. III. * FANNY MOORE, b. --.
2429. IV. GEORGE MOORE, b. --.
2430. V. * HESTER MOORE, b. --.

1376. MARCIA MOORE, b. March 29, 1824; m. 1st, (???) Hailey, and had 1 daughter,
Willa Hailey. She m. 2d, -- Shull, and they had 2 daughters, Nancy and Kate Shull.

1377. HENRY P. MOORE, b. April 9, 1836; m. 1st, Martha Robinson, Sept. 1, 1858; 1
child, Delia, b. Jan. 7, 1860; d. June 6, 1863. He m. 2d, Eliza Burton, Nov. 1869.

There were 5 children.

2431. I. * MABLE C. MOORE, b. Oct. 4, 1870.
2432. II. LULA L. MOORE, b. May 26, 1872; married.
2433. III. KATE B. MOORE, b. March 23, 1876; d. Nov. 14, 1882.
2434. IV. RAY MOORE, b. Dec. 23, 1882.
2435. V. GLADYS MOORE, b. July 18, 1887.

1379. ADALINE L. WEBB, b. Feb. 6, 1817; m. George Bryant, Jan. 5, 1836; d. Feb.
29, 1888.

There were 8 children.

2436. I. ELLEN T. BRYANT, b. Dec. 11, 1837; m. Darius Plumb, Nov. 18,
1861; d. May 10, 1863; no issue.
2437. II. FERNANDO DEE BRYANT, b. Aug. 27, 1839; d. Feb. 18, 1841.
2438. III. DORLISKA BRYANT, b. Sept. 10, 1841; d. Sept. 11, 1841.
2439. IV. * MARY DIADAMIA BRYANT, b. Jan. 25, 1847.
2440. V. * GEO. W. BRYANT, b. Sept. 20, 1844.
2441. VI. PAMELIA C BRYANT, b. May 28, 1853; m. George Camp, Sept. 18,
1872; d. May 14, 1884; 4 daughters, all of whom d. in infancy.
2442. VII. * ELMER C. BRYANT, b. Sept. 26, 1855.
2443. VIII. * CHARLES C. BRYANT, b. Oct. 18, 1859.

1382. ALMIRA MOORE, b. Hartland, Conn., Nov. 15, 1806; m. Stephen B. Nichols, at
Becket, Mass., Jan. 27, 1825; d. at Lee, Mass., May 19, 1863. He b. Aug. 9, 1799; d.
April 8, 1877.

They had 4 children.

2444. I. * JAMES BIRCHARD NICHOLS, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 9, 1826.
2445. II. SARAH IRENE NICHOLS, b. Becket, Sept. 13, 1829; unmarried.
2446. III. LOUISA ALMIRA NICHOLS, b. Becket, June 12, 1836; m. at Rockford,
Ill., Dec. 25, 1871, Alexander Black; he b. July 20, 1840; no issue.
2447. IV. * LUTHER STEPHEN NICHOLS, b. Becket, Mass., Nov. 13, 1838.

1385. EDWARD MOORE, b. New Marlborough, Mass., Feb. 27, 1812; m. Sept. 12,
1836, Harriet Smith. He d. Lee, Mass., Dec. 23, 1869. She b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 30,
1818; d. Lee, Sept. 14, 1882.

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There were 6 children.

2448. I. GEORGE MOORE, b. Lee, Mass., 1837; d. young.
2449. II. CHARLES EDWARD MOORE, b. Lee, Oct. 25, 1839; m. there, Mary
Charlotte Beach, July 24, 1869; d. Lee, Oct. 6, 1890; no issue.
2450. III. SARAH MARIA MOORE, b. Lee, Feb. 27, 1842; m. Frank E. Angell,
Feb. 16, 1867; d. Lee, Jan. 29, 1869; no issue.
2451. IV. * FRANCES ALMIRA MOORE, b. Rochester, N. Y., July 15, 1844.
2452. V. * JULIA LEAVITT MOORE, b. Lee, Mass., July 2, 1852.
2453. VI. AUSTIN DAVIS MOORE, b. Lee, Aug. 24, 1855; went West, and is
supposed to have d. unmarried.

1387. AUSTIN DAVIS MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 22, 1816; m. Sarah M.
(???); d. Ortega, Fla., Feb. 11, 1857.

There were 6 children.

2454. I. AUSTIN DAVIS MOORE, b. Nov. 11, 1841; d. Feb. 3, 1842.
2455. II. AUSTIN DAVIS MOORE, b. Jan. 20, 1850; d. Feb. 27, 1851.
2456. III. GERARD MOORE, b. Oct. 25, 1854; d. July 8, 1855.
2457. IV. JULIA L. MOORE, b. Sept. 25, 1846; m. George H. Rhodes; d. Oct.
25, 1873.
2458. V. GUSSIE or AUGUSTA MOORE, b. --; m. -- Ammerman; d. --.
2459. VI. AUSTIN MOORE, b. --; d. 1880; m.--no issue.

1388. ASA MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., May 5, 1819; m. at Sheffield, Mass., June 7,
1842, Olive Dudley, the dau. of William Cullen and Eliza Elvira (Clark) Peet, both of
Conn. Asa d. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1869.

Born in the country, with few early advantages, he became self-educated after the usual
rudimentary start given in the village schools. Of fine address and commanding presence,
large frame and great bodily strength, he gave promise of long life. In 1852, he moved to
Ohio, remaining there several years in successful merchandising and then went to Florida
in company with his brother Austin, who became wealthy in enterprises in New York.
Returning North in 1857, he settled in Brooklyn, N. Y., in charge of his brother's estate,
where he remained till 1868, when he removed to Syracuse, N. Y., impaired in health,
where he died.

There were 4 children.

2460. I. GEORGE EDWARD MOORE, b. Sheffield, Mass., June 14, 1843; d.
Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1882; unmarried.
2461. II. LUTHER HENRY MOORE, b. Becket, Mass,, May 23, 1845; d. in the
army at Newbern, N. C., July 8, 1864. He was of great promise,
brave and manly.
2462. III. * ELLEN E. MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Jan. 14, 1847.
2463. IV. * WILLIAM AUSTIN MOORE, b. Grove City, Ohio, Nov. 7, 1854.

1390. ANGELINE AMELIA MOORE, b. June 22, 1821; m. at Becket, Mass., March
9, 1842, Oliver Sherwood Millard. He b. March 12, 1812; d. April 5, 1878.

There were 3 children.

2464. I. SARAH ABBIE MILLARD, b. Becket, Mass., April 16, 1846; d. May 1,
1875; unmarried.
2465. II. * CHARLOTTE ADELAIDE MILLARD, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 2, 1848.
2466. III. * AUSTIN SHERWOOD MILLARD, b. Becket, May 21, 1851.
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1392. JULIA MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Sept. 2, 1825; m. Sept. 8, 1847, Leander J.
Filley, d. July 29, 1881. He b. June 14, 1819; d. Dec. 27, 1880.

There were 2 children.

2467. I. JULIA AUGUSTA FILLEY, b. Becket, Mass., March 4, 1848; m. June
7, 1866, Henry B. Willett; d. March 27, 1888; 1 child, b. March
25, 1868; d. same day.
2468. II. * ELLA VIRGINIA FILLEY, b. Sept. 13, 1851.

1395. STATIRA BASCOM MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 24, 1814; d. Westfield,
Mass., Nov. 7, 1888. She m. Aaron P., the son of Moses and Electa (Avery) Parks, at
Montgomery, Mass., May 6, 1839. He d. there, in March, 1868. He was a carpenter and
farmer.

They had 2 children, b. Montgomery, Mass.

2469. I. * CARRIE S. PARKS, b. December 17, 1842.
2470. II. LADORA A. PARKS, b. June 24, 1845; m. Edward E. Chapman,
April 19, 1863; no issue.

1397. DOLLY ANN MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., March 11, 1818; d. Brockton,
Mass., April 12, 1898; m. Nathan P., the son of Harris and Irene (Parks) Bartholomew, at
Montgomery, May 6, 1839, where he d. Jan. 31, 1867. He was b. there, May 6, 1817. He
was a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Montgomery.

2471. I. * ADDIE M. BARTHOLOMEW, b. April 22, 1840.
2472. II. MARIA J. BARTHOLOMEW, b. July 25, 1841; unmarried.
2473. III. MYRA P. BARTHOLOMEW, b. Feb. 14, 1845; m. Albert U. Thomas,
May 28, 1865 ; no issue.

1398. SAMIRA WEALTHY MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Sept. 10, 1820; d. Nov.
21, 1899; m. Moses, the son of Moses and Electa (Avery) Parks, at Saratoga, N. Y., Aug.
18, 1842. He was b. at Montgomery, Dec. 9, 1818, where he d. Nov. 2, 1851. He was a
farmer.

They had 1 child, b. Montgomery.

2474. I. * LAURA E. PARKS, b. June 11, 1843.

1399. OLIVER ATWATER MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 9, 1822; m. there, Feb.
13, 1843, Mary E., the dau. of Allen and Delania (Chapman) Pettis, b. at Montgomery,
March 25, 1821. He is a farmer and manufacturer of whips.

They have 4 children, b. Montgomery.

2475. I. * JOSEPHINE MARY MOORE, b. July 7, 1844.
2476. II. * LEANDER ATWATER MOORE, b. June 7, 1847.
2477. III. * GEORGIANNA MARIA MOORE, b. June 7, 1847.
2478. IV. CLIFFORD OLIVER MOORE, b. May 29, 1859; m. Hattie Belle Beckwith,
June 19, 1884; no issue.

1400. OCHTERLONY ANDER MOORE, (see No. 835.)
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1401. MOSES EARL MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 3, 1826; m. 1st, Laura
Amelia, the dau. of Isaac and Annie (Hutchinson) Bronson, at Montgomery, Feb. 11,
1846; she was b. at Montgomery, June 3, 1826; d. there, Feb. 22, 1846; buried at
Westfield, Mass. He m. 2d, Charlotte Adelia Bronson, at Montgomery, April 23, 1848;
she b. Feb. 14, 1828; d. March 12, 1856; buried Westfield, Mass. He m. 3d, Annis
Statira Chapman (see No. 1416), Dec. 28, 1856; she b. June 12, 1839; d. March 11,
1857; buried at Westfield, Mass. He m. 4th, Virginia Clarinda Mallory, Oct. 21, 1862;
she b. Feb. 18, 1828. He is a machinist.

Children by 2d marriage:
2479. I. * ORLAND EARL MOORE, b. Oct. 18, 1850.
2480. II. * ELBERT KIRK MOORE, b. Aug. 14, 1855.
Child by 4th marriage:
2481. III. * ANNA VIRGINIA MOORE, b. March 1, 1866.

1402. HORACE FRANKLIN MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 26, 1830; m.
Eunice, the dau. of Allen and Delania (Chapman) Pettis, at Montgomery, April 9, 1851.
She was b. at Montgomery, Dec. 17, 1830; d. there, May 5, 1893. He m. 2d, Abby W.
Bacon, (Martin), July 11, 1895. He is a farmer.

There were 7 children, all b. Montgomery.

2482. I. * ADA BELL MOORE, b. Aug. 8, 1853.
2483. II. ARTHUR DEWITT MOORE, b. Aug. 19, 1855; m. Cora Hiscock, Oct.,
1889; no issue.
2484. III. UNA AGNES MOORE, b. Nov. 30, 1860; m. Giles H. Farnham, Dec.
11, 1896; no issue.
2485. IV. CLAYTON LEON MOORE, b. Aug. 16, 1862; unmarried.
2486. V. * FAUNCE ANTHON MOORE, b. Dec. 12, 1864.
2487. VI. GURTHA INA MOORE, b. Aug. 16, 1868; m. Milo Griffin; no issue.
2488. VII. MORRELL MOORE, b. Nov. 20, 18--; m. Ada Beebe, Westfield, Mass.

1404. ORANGE SCOTT MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass.. June 18, 1834; d.
Southampton, Mass., Nov. 3, 1865. He m. Achsa, the dau. of Noah Sheldon, at
Montgomery, in 1855. She d. at Southampton.

There were 2 children.

2489. I. EUGENE MOORE, b. Southampton; d. young.
2490. II. LEON MOORE, b. Southampton.

1406. LAURA ALMINA MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 10, 1826; d.
Westfield, Mass., Sept. 18, 1893. She m. William Coit, the son of Ephraim and Mary
(Coit) Tucker, at Suffield, Conn., May 8, 1851. He b. Norwich, Conn., Feb. 11, 1818.
He was a farmer. Address, Chicopee Falls, Mass., Box 1492.

There were 3 children, b. Montgomery, Mass.

2491. I. * MYRON WILLIAM TUCKER, b. Feb. 11, 1854.
2492. II. * OSCAR DWIGHT TUCKER, b. Jan. 7, 1858.
2493. III. ELMER MOORE TUCKER, b. Jan. 3, 1861; d. Oct. 24, 1897.

1407. ABNER AUGUSTUS MOORE (see No. 836).
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1410. TIBERIUS CHAPMAN, b. Montgomery, Mass., Dec. 10, 1825; d. there,
March 27, 1900. He m. Lydia Melissa, the dau. of Daniel and Clarissa (Saunders)
Lord, at Montgomery, Mass., May 10, 1854. She b. Bolton, Conn., Jan. 28, 1833.
He is a farmer. Res. Montgomery, Mass.

There were 3 children, b. there.

2494. I. ARTHUR DANIEL CHAPMAN, b. Feb. 2, 1857; unmarried.
2495. II. * ELBERT AUGUSTUS CHAPMAN, b. Sept. 14, 1859.
2496. III. * EDWARD MILBURN CHAPMAN, b. June 20, 1864.

1411. MARY R. CHAPMAN, b. Montgomery, Mass., March 5, 1828; m. William
H., the son of Calvin and Abigail ((???)) Miller, at Springfield, Mass., May 9, 1848.
He b. at Southampton, Mass., and is a carpenter.

They have 2 children.

2497. I. EMELINE M. MILLER, b. Montgomery, Mass., May 24, 1851; m.
Adelbert E. Belden, Westfield, Mass., Oct. 6, 1873. They
reside in Feeding Hills, Mass. Have 3 daughters: Leila J.,
Alin M. and Edna I.
2498. II. OSCAR WILLIAM MILLER, b. Southampton, Mass., July 12, 1855;
unmarried.

1414. DELINA CHAPMAN, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 12, 1834; m. Francis
Warren, the son of Zenas and Betsey (Wright) Clark, at Southampton, Mass., Nov.
21, 1858. He b. Montgomery, Mass., Nov. 13, 1829. He is a farmer. Res.
Montgomery. Mass.

They had 6 children, b. there.

2499. I. ELMER S. CLARK, b. July 7, 1861; d. July 14, 1869.
2500. II. * FRED L. CLARK, b. May 3, 1863.
2501. III. * ETTA J. CLARK, b. Jan. 29, 1865.
2502. IV. FRANK F. CLARK, b. Dec. 26, 1867; d. July 21, 1869.
2503. V. EDWARD C. CLARK, b. March 4, 1874; m. Winifred Louisa Allyn,
Sept. 26, 1899.
2504. VI. ZENAS S. CLARK, b. Aug. 31, 1876; unmarried.

1416. ANNIS STATIRA CHAPMAN (see No. 1401).

1417. NANCY MARIA CHAPMAN, b. Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 11, 1842; m.
Jarvis Augustus, the son of Lyman and Sarah Ortella (Stiles) Herrick, at Westfield,
Mass., Oct. 31, 1866. He b. June 11, 1843.

There were 12 children, the first 6 b. at Montgomery, and the others at Blandford,
Mass.

2505. I. EDWIN DE WITT HERRICK, b. July 21, 1868.
2506. II. HARLEY LEON HERRICK, b. May 24, 1870.
2507. III. Infant, twin to Harley, d. young.
2508. IV. ALLEN HOWARD HERRICK, b. Nov. 1, 1871.
2509. V. ANNA MARIA HERRICK, b. June 28, 1873.
2510. VI. REUBEN STILES HERRICK, b. Feb. 25, 1875.
2511. VII. BESSIE ESTELLA HERRICK, b. Sept. 7, 1876.
2512. VIII. BERTHIA IDELLA HERRICK, b. Sept. 7, 1876.
2513. IX. MERVILLE CLIFTON HERRICK, b. July 3, 1878.
2514. X. LYDIA JOSEPHINE HERRICK, b. May 6, 1880.
2515. XI. GERTRUDE WINIFRED HERRICK, b. Aug. 13, 1883.
2616. XII. GRACE LOUISE HERRICK, b. Aug. 13, 1883.

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1429. WILLIAM SANFORD MOORE, b. Mt. Upton, N. Y., May 19, 1836; m. there,
Oct. 3, 1866, Catharine A., the dau. of Orson and Euphemia (Guernsey) Richmond. She
b. Butternuts, Otsego Co., N. Y., Sept. 28, 1848. Mr. Moore is a farmer and newspaper
agent.

There were 4 children, b. Mt. Upton, N. Y.

2517. I. HARRIET LOUISA MOORE, b. July 9, 1868; m. Rev. J. W. McGowan,
March 1, 1892.
2518. II. * MARY CHAPMAN MOORE, b. March 10, 1870.
2519. III. WILLIAM S. MOORE, b. Nov. 10, 1874; d. June 14, 1881.
2520. IV. ORSON RICHMOND MOORE, b. March 15, 1878.

1437. JOSHUA BURK MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., July 16, 1829; m. Mary A.,
the dau. of Levi and Clarissa (Pack) Morse, at Green, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1858. She b.
Newfield, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1835; d. Smithville, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1893. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, all but 1 b. at Oxford, N. Y.

2521. I. ESTHER J. MOORE, b. Oct. 29, 1860.
2522. II. * EDGAR D. MOORE, b. Dec. 19, 1861.
2523. III. JULIA ANN MOORE, b. July 1, 1864; d. July 4, 1880.

1438. JULIAN B. MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., June 26, 1831; d. Davids Island, N.
Y., Aug. 21, 1864; m. Isabella, the dau. of Lewis B. and Mary (Smith) Anderson, at
Oxford, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1859. She was b. Oxford, June 10, 1836. He d. member of
Co. "F," 4th New York Heavy Artillery. He was a cooper. Height 5 feet, 10 inches;
weight 140 pounds; light complexion, brown hair and eyes.

There were 2 children, b. Guilford, N. Y.

2524. I. * MARY E. MOORE, b. July 7, 1861.
2525. II. BETSEY E. MOORE, b. Nov. 29, 1862; d. Aug. 8, 1864.

1439. RUTH I. MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., March 9, 1834; m. Thomas J., the son
of John and Eunice (Lewis) Stratton, at Oxford, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1857. He was b. Exeter,
R. I., June 4, 1827; d. Oxford, Sept. 8, 1892.

There were 2 children, b. at Smithville, N. Y.

2526. I. HIRAM E. STRATTON, b. Sept 10, 1860; d. Feb. 3, 1864.
2527. II. SARAH De ETTA STRATTON, b. Aug. 11, 1865; m. Bert E. Pudney,
Oxford, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1889.

1441. PHILLIP K. MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., March 15, 1839; m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Elijah and Laura (Husted) Holmes, at Oxford, Oct. 16, 1872. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Oxford, N. Y.

2528. I. EVERETT LYSANDER MOORE, b. June 28, 1874; m. Anna M. Sedden,
Binghamton, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1894. 1 child, Sarah Elizabeth
Moore, b. Oxford, Dec. 27, 1896.
2529. II. LAVIER ELIJAH MOORE, b. Sept. 25, 1876; m. Bertha E. Monell,
Oxford, Jan. 26, 1898.

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1442. SYLVANUS MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., July 24, 1841; m. Angie, dau.
of Merritt and Eliza (Baldwin) Webb, at Norwich, N. Y., May 28, 1873. She b.
Smithville, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1843. He is a merchant and justice of the peace in Oxford,
N. Y., where their 2 children were born.

2530. I. EDYTHE MAY MOORE, b. Oct. 28, 1877.
2531. II. GRACE RUTH MOORE, b. May 12, 1880; d. Dec. 6, 1891.

1443. ERWIN G. MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., May 31, 1845; m. Eliza J., dau.
of Charles and Orpha (Philley) Purdy, in McDonough, Dec. 28, 1875. He is a farmer.
He lives on and owns the farm on which his father settled in 1828. It was then a forest
except for a few acres cleared around the log cabin. His father lived on the farm 53
years and cleared 180 acres of it. 100 acres of timber are still kept for wood and
maple sugar. The farm is now connected by telephone with 65 other offices besides
Oxford.

There are 2 children, b. McDonough, N. Y.

2532. I. VIOLA G. MOORE, b. July 5, 1877.
2533. II. CHARLES L. MOORE, b. March 9, 1880.

1447. HENRY LOOMIS, b. Smithville, N. Y., June 18, 1832; m. Caroline R., dau.
of Davidson and Clarissa (Rorapaugh) Landers, at Tyner, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1854. She b.
at Tyner, Aug. 26, 1833. He is a farmer.

They have 3 children, b. Smithville, N. Y.

2534. I. ALLIE A. LOOMIS, b. Aug. 8, 1858; m. Fred. Dibble, Oct. 22, 1884.
2535. II. BURDETT H. LOOMIS, b. May 29, 1863; res. Oxford, N. Y.; Loomis
& Cowles.
2536. III. MILLARD C. LOOMIS, b. Jan. 17, 1871; studying law, Oxford, N. Y.

1448. CHARLOTTE LUCRETIA MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1834;
m. James Selleck, the son of Lyman and Electa (Selleck) Coles, at Brisben, N. Y.,
March 20, 1853. He b. Smithville, N. Y., April 7, 1833; d. Wellsboro, Pa., Jan. 13,
1894. He taught school and afterwards was a farmer and hotel keeper. Mrs. Moore
has been a member of the M. E. Church of Wellsboro, Pa., for years. Her res.,
Wellsboro.

There was 1 child.

2537. I. ADA ELECTA COLES, b. Green, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1857; m. Robt. G.
Austin, Wellsboro, Pa., Nov. 16, 1880.

1449. WILLIAM SANFORD MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., April 18, 1838; m.
Julia Adelaide, dau. of William and Caroline (Webb) Taylor, at Delmar, Pa., Sept. 11,
1865. She b. at Smithville, N. Y., May 5, 1840. He is a farmer and lumberman. He
served in the War of the Rebellion.

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There were 2 children, b. Delmar, Pa.

2538. I. WILLBERN TAYLOR MOORE, b. Dec. 26, 1866; m. Huldah L. De
Voll, at Stony Fork, Pa., Dec. 25, 1889; 4 children: Carl, Clerice,
Cecil and Cleo.
2539. II. MARION MERTIE MOORE, b. June 3, 1871; m. Alfred C. Walbridge,
Corning, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1890. She d. North Yakima, Washington,
May 3, 1892, and left 2 children: Marion lives with her
grandfather Moore; Florence with Mrs. R. G. Austin, Wellsboro,
Pa.

1450. LOUISA AUGUSTA MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., April 22, 1840; m. Alfred
Franklin, the son of Israel and Sally (White) Dodge, at Delmar, Pa., Aug. 9, 1858. He b.
Addison, N. Y., Dec., 1832. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Elmer, Pa.

2540. I. CURTIS DODGE, b. Feb. 25, 1862; d. Nov. 3, 1877.
2541. II. HATTIE MAY DODGE, b. May 29, 1866; d. July 24, 1898; m. Frank
D. Councilman, at Elmer, Pa., Aug., 1890.

1451. CHARLES ADELBERT MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1843; m.
Eleanor, the dau. of Stephen L. and Welthee Jane (Stutler) Olmstead, at Tioga, Pa., Oct.
1, 1866. She b. Athens, Pa., Sept. 1, 1847; d. Delmar, Pa., May 21, 1886. His business
is given as "farming and circular sawing." He volunteered in the army but was rejected by
the examining surgeon. He m. 2d, Ida R. Vandergrift Willcox, July 16, 1890.

There were 6 children, all b. Delmar, Pa.

2542. I. INEZ MAY MOORE, b. March 16, 1867; m. Wm. Glenwright, Sept.
15, 1885, Delmar, Pa.
2543. II. FRANK ADELBERT MOORE, b. Sept. 10, 1868; m. Laura Mack, July
28, 1894, Wellsboro, Pa.
2544. III. FRED. STEPHEN MOORE, b. July 11, 1870; m. Mollie Benson, June
8, 1892.
2545. IV. MILDRED DEAN MOORE, b. Sept. 8, 1874; m. John Thornton, Dec.
22, 1897.
2546. V. WILLIAM LAVERNE MOORE, b. July 12, 1879.
2547. VI. CHARLOTTE BERTHA MOORE, b. Feb. 16, 1882.

1453. FRANCES ADALINE MOORE, b. McDonough, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1836; m.
Charles W., the son of Peter and Polly (Van Syce) Eaton, at McDonough, Sept. 10,
1855. He was b. Willett, N. Y., March 20, 1834. He taught school for 30 years and is
now a farmer. Res. Davenport, Neb.

There were 8 children.

2548. I. MINNIE LOUISE EATON, b. Willett, N. Y., April 1, 1859; m. Adam
W. Duncan, La Fayette, Ind., March 20, --.
2549. II. CLARENCE ORVILLE EATON, b. Transitville, Ind., Dec. 14, 1861;
d. April 28, 1862.
2550. III. ORVILLE DEMING EATON, b. Fort Washington, Md., May 20, 1864,
m. Delitha Brittenham, York Co., Neb., Nov. 25, 1886.
2551. IV. HENRY MOORE, b. La Fayette, Ind., July 16, 1867; m. Bertha E.
Stump, Davenport, Neb., March 31, 1890.
2552. V. FRANK LOUIS EATON, b. La Fayette, Ind., April 30, 1872; d. Oct. 14,
1872.

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2553. VI. GRACE LUCINDA EATON, b. La Fayette, Ind., April 9, 1874; m.
Frank B. Thomas, Davenport, Neb., Dec. 28, 1893.
2554. VII. GUY WALLACE EATON, b. La Fayette, Ind., April 6, 1876; m. Kittie
Joyce, Davenport, Neb., Dec. 25, 1896.
2555. VIII. ROY WESLEY EATON, b. La Fayette, Ind., June 11, 1878; now in
Normal school, Fremont, Neb. "A grand good boy."

1458. FRANK B. CURTIS, b. McDonough, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1853; m. Alice Burnett,
Monmouth, Ill., Sept. 9, 1882. He is a clerk in the Post Office Department, Washington, D.
C.

They have 1 child.

2556. II. MINNIE BURNETT CURTIS, b. June 25, 1887.

1459. CLARENCE E. CURTIS, b. Dec. 24, 1855; m. Alice L. Belfield, Washington, D.
C., July 28, 1897. He is a clerk in the U. S. Express office in Washington.

They have 1 child.

2557. II. MARY ALICE CURTIS, b. June 12, 1898.

1461. DELIA ANN THOMPSON, b. Aug. 1, 1811; m. East Granby, Conn., Feb. 1,
1831, Warham, son of Deacon Hezekiah and Mindwell (Winchell) Griswold. Hezekiah
Griswold was b. July 2, 1780; d. East Granby, Conn., Sept. 30, 1854. Mindwell
(Winchell) Griswold was b. Oct. 11, 1781; d. at West Suffield, Conn., Sept. 23, 1843.

Warham Griswold was b. East Granby, Jan, 22, 1808; d. at West Hartford, Conn., Jan.
14, 1876. Delia Ann (Thompson) Griswold d. at West Hartford, Conn., Sept. 26, 1878.
Both are buried at Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Griswold was of medium
height, fair complexion, and brown hair and dark eyes. The following notice is from the
Hartford Courant of Jan. 14, 1876: "Mr. Griswold has long been one of the most prominent
and respected business men of the city. He was the head of the firm of Griswold, Whitman
& Welch; president of the Hartford Life and Annuity Co.; a director of the First National
Bank, and connected with various other business enterprises of the city. He was a deacon
in the Asylum Avenue Baptist Church, and for 33 years treasurer of the Baptist State
Convention. He subscribed towards the endowment of the Connecticut Literary Institute at
Suffield. He was a wholesale dry goods merchant."

There were 4 children, b. Hartford, Conn.

2558. I. * DELIA SOPHIA GRISWOLD, b. July 11, 1833.
2559. II. * HELEN MINDWELL HASTINGS GRISWOLD, b. Nov. 14, 1838.
2560. III. EMMA CHRISTINE GRISWOLD, b. Feb. 8, 1845; m. at Hartford, Conn.,
Henry Augustus, son of Lemuel and Emily (Case) Whitman,
Dec. 30, 1863. He was b. at Farmington, Conn., March 31,
1832; d. at Hartford, July 20, 1894. She d. at Hartford, July
22, 1894. Both are buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford,
Conn.; no issue.
2561. IV. * LEILA ISABEL GRISWOLD, b. Feb. 19, 1849.
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1462. EDWARD PINNEY THOMPSON, b. Aug. 25, 1819; m. Sept. 1, 1841, Nancy G.,
dau. of Erastus and Susannah ((???)) Holcomb. Nancy G. Thompson d. Jan. 30, 1843, aged
21. He m. 2d, at Bloomfield, Conn., Oct. 2, 1843, Mary Janett, dau. of Zelah and Janett
(Benton) Case. She was b. Simsbury, Conn., Feb. 23, 1824; d. East Granby, Jan. 1, 1899.
He d. June 22, 1880. Both are buried at East Granby, Conn. He was a carriage maker,
farmer and one of the first tobacco growers in that section. He was of medium height, black
hair and eyes and weighed 150 pounds.

There were 6 children, b. East Granby, Conn.

2562. I. * NANCY GRISWOLD THOMPSON, b. Jan. 30, 1843.
2563. II. HENRIETTA JOSEPHINE THOMPSON, b. Aug. 19, 1844; d. Feb. 23,
1853.
2564. III. * KATIE MARY THOMPSON, b. March 26, 1849.
2565. IV. WILLIAM NORWARD THOMPSON, b. Oct. 17, 1853; d. Sept. 21, 1861.
2566. V. * DELIA SOPHIA THOMPSON, b. Oct. 8, 1857.
2567. VI. HENRY ZELAH THOMPSON, b. Aug. 2, 1862. He m. Mary Sheldon
Rose, June 24, 1886. She b. March 17, 1862. He is a successful
farmer. No issue.

1464. LUCIUS GILLETT THOMPSON, b. East Granby, Conn., Oct. 8, 1829; m. May 31,
1849, Mary A. Linnel, of Granville, Ohio, who d. Lacon, Ill., Nov. 30, 1899. He is a
physician residing at Lacon, Ill., where he has practiced his profession for 53 years.

They had 4 children.

2568. I. * CALISTA L. THOMPSON, b. July 7, 1850.
2569. II. GALEN BURTON THOMPSON, b. Aug. 23, 1856; d. young.
2570. III. * NELLIE MARIA THOMPSON, b. Nov. 25, 1861.
2571. IV. FRANCIS WAYLAND THOMPSON, b. Nov. 25, 1863; unmarried; a
druggist with Fullen & Fullen, wholesale house, Chicago.

1465. LOUISA FRANCES THOMPSON, b. East Granby, Conn., Aug. 22, 1823. She m.
Chauncey Loomis, of Bloomfield, Conn., where they lived for many years. She d. Jan., 1885,
at Battle Creek, Mich.

They had 3 children, none of whom are now living.

2572. I. FRANK G. LOOMIS, b. --.
2573. II. LOTTIE LOOMIS, b. --.
2574. III. GRACE LOOMIS, b. --.

1466. CORWIN CUSHMAN THOMPSON, b. March 26, 1826; m. Sept. 17, 1851,
Maria H. Whiting. After her death he m. 2d, (???). She d. (???). He d. Aug. 2, 1897, in
Chicago. He resided in Chicago for many years and at one time was one of the largest lumber
dealers in the West and was wealthy.

He had 3 children.

2575. I. FRANCIS THOMPSON, b. --; d. young.
2576. II. CORWIN THOMPSON, b. --; d. young.
2577. III. RUTH THOMPSON, b. Dec. 25, 1896. She was adopted by Dr. J.
W. Coyner, of Peoria, Ill.

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1467. CHARLES FRANK THOMPSON, b. Penfield, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1828; m. Willoughby,
Ohio., Sept. --, 1856, Ellen M. Tuttle. She d. Aug. 31, 1860. He m. 2d, Elizabeth Twells,
who was b. in Philadelphia, Pa., 1842. He d. Logansport, Ind., Nov. 13, 1898. He lived in
Chicago and in Logansport, where he was engaged in the lumber business.

Children by 1st wife:
2578. I. Infant, b. --; d. young.
2579. II. Infant, b. --; d. young.
2580. III. HARRY STEWART THOMPSON, b. --. He is a lumber dealer in Logansport,
Ind.
2581. IV. * CHARLES FRANK THOMPSON, b. Aug, 13, 1864.
2582. V. HATTIE THOMPSON, b. --, 1866; d. young.
2583. VI. NELLIE THOMPSON, b. Oct. 9, 1868; m. 1889, Richard Gano. She
d. Feb., 1890.
2584. VII. EDWARD JUDGE THOMPSON, b. Oct., 1871; res. New Martinsville,
Ohio.

1468. JAMES BURT THOMPSON, b. Penfield, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1831; m. July, 1857,
Harriet Davis. He d. March 27, 1898.

There were 4 children.

2585. I. BELLE THOMPSON, b. 1858; d. 1883.
2586. II. CHARLES G. THOMPSON, b. 1863; res. Chicago, Ill.
2587. III. Infant, b. --; d. young.
2588. IV. URIAH WHEELER THOMPSON, b. --, 1873; res. Chicago, Ill.

1469. HELEN MARIA THOMPSON, b. Penfield, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1834; m. at Ypsilanti,
Mich., May 9, 1864, Rev. Charles Edmund Hewitt, who was b. Galway, Saratoga Co., N.
Y., Oct. 16, 1836. He was educated at the University of Rochester, N. Y., and was 3 years in
the Divinity School at Rochester. He is now secretary of the Divinity School, Chicago
University.

There were 5 children.

2589. I. LELA LIDIA HEWITT, b. Ypsilanti, Mich., Dec. 4, 1865; d. June 7,
1872.
2590. II. * FLORENCE GILLETT HEWITT, b. Ypsilanti, Mich., March 15, 1868.
2591. III. HERBERT EDMUND HEWITT, b. Bloomington, Ill., July 20, 1871.
He is a graduate of The Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass.
He is an architect. Res. Peoria, Ill.
2592. IV. HENRY HARWOOD HEWITT, b. Bloomington, Ill., Aug. 2, 1874; a
graduate of Chicago University, B. A., 1896, and of the Institute
of Technology, Boston, with degree of B S. After graduation
he traveled extensively in Europe. He is in Paris studying
architecture in the Ecole des Beaux Arts. He hopes to take his
diploma in 1904.
2593. V. * HELEN ORME HEWITT, b. Aug. 2, 1874, Bloomington, Ill.

1471. CHARLES RODNEY THOMPSON, b. Jan. 28, 1821; m. at Stewartsville, Warren
Co., N. J., Jan. 31, 1843, Mary Margaret, dau. of Godfrey and Margaret (Hicks) Hulshizer.
Charles Rodney Thompson d. at Stewartsville, N. J., Sept. 18, 1893.

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They had 6 children, b. at Stewartsville, N. J.

2594. I. CHARLES PALMER THOMPSON, b. Nov. --, 1843.
2595. II. * MARTIN PALMER THOMPSON, b. Oct. 1, 1844.
2596. III. * GODFREY HULSHIZER THOMPSON, b. March 4, 1847.
2597. IV. * HENRY HORTON THOMPSON, b. Dec. 5, 1850.
2598. V. DELIA MARIA THOMPSON, b. Nov. 24, 1861; unmarried; a teacher
in the Stewartsville public school.
2599. VI. * WILLIAM KASE THOMPSON, b. May 18, 1864.

1473. JONATHAN PALMER THOMPSON, b. July 25, 1826; m. Catharine, dau. of
Gilbert Allen, of Enfield. He d. at Grand Rapids, Mich., July --, 1880. The following is
taken from "A tribute of respect to the memory of Jonathan Palmer Thompson,
deceased, by Mr. S. L. Fuller of Grand Rapids, Mich., before the Michigan State
Horticultural Society." He says: "To sum this up in brief would read like this: July, 1826,
born in Bloomfield, Conn.; 1832, an orphan; 1840, a student in Orange Co., N. Y.;
1847, a graduate of the Harvard Law School; 1848, a lawyer in Lansing, Mich.; 1852,
editor of the Lansing State Journal; 1856, editor of the Herald and Engineer, Grand
Rapids; 1860, associate editor of the Grand Rapids Eagle; 1872, President of the
Michigan Pomological Society; 1873-1876, Secretary of the State Agricultural Society;
1880, he died, leaving a widow and two sons. My friends, there is his
history--born--lived--died. That is the history of all of us--the difference between us is
in living."

Mr. Thompson belonged to the masonic fraternity, having been one of the original
charter members of the first lodge established in Lansing. He was a member of the
church from 1871. "His sins need no mantle of charity and his deeds need no excuse."

There were 2 children.

2600. I. ARTHUR THOMPSON, b. --.
2601. II. CHARLES THOMPSON, b. --.

1474. EMMA GLORIANA THOMPSON, b. Feb. 1, 1827; m. Sept. 4, 1849, James
Owen, son of Gilbert Allen, of Enfield, Conn. He d. Nov. 6, 1885, and she d. Nov. 1,
1869. Both are buried at East Granby, Conn.

They had 2 children.

2602. I. * KATIE ANNA THOMPSON ALLEN, b. May 8, 1850.
2603. II. * EMMA CAROLINE ALLEN, b. May 28, 1858.

1479. HENRY BARNARD MOORE, b. May 25, 1839; m. June 28, 1871, Fannie
Lucretia, dau. of George Phelps and Frances Amelia (Loomis) Hayden, of Windsor,
Conn. She b. June 12, 1845,at Hayden's Station; d. June 22, 1897. He is in the
insurance business. Res. Philadelphia, Pa.

There was 1 child.

2604. I. HAROLD HAYDEN MOORE, b. New Haven, Conn., Jan. 15, 1872.

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1480. MARTHA SUSAN MOORE, b. May 27, 1841; m. May 27, 1862, at Windsor,
"Rainbow," Conn., John Mahlon, son of Mahlon and Jennette (Bradford) Marlin. He b.
May 6, 1836, at Suffield, Conn.; d. July 1, 1901, at New Haven, Conn. He was a
manufacturer of firearms, and president and treasurer of The Marlin Firearms Co., of
New Haven, Conn. Mr. Marlin was of English and Scotch descent, medium height,
weight 180 pounds, black hair and hazel eyes.

There were 4 children.

2605. I. MAHLON HENRY MARLIN, b. Windsor Locks, Conn., July 23, 1864;
m. Mary Moore Aldrich, of South Deerfield, Mass., Oct. 26, 1887.
2606. II. BURTON LEWIS MARLIN, b. Windsor Locks, Conn., May 14, 1867;
d. April 12, 1869.
2607. III. JENNETTE BRADFORD MARLIN, b. New Haven, Conn., March 18,
1871; d. Sept. 14, 1883.
2608. IV. JOHN HOWARD MARLIN, b. New Haven, Conn., Sept. 21, 1876; m.
Bertha Estelle Dickey, of West Haven, Conn., Sept 6, 1900.

1481. WILLIAM HARRISON SMITH, b. Suffield, Conn., (???), 1840; m. there, Nov.
11, 1868, Mary Jane, dau. of Jordan and Pauline Marcine (Dunbar) Baker. She was b.
Suffield, Conn., April 8, 1852. He d. June 15, 1884, at Suffield, Conn. She m. 2d, July
1, 1885, James Henry. Mr. Smith enlisted in the army Aug. 12, 1862, was wounded and
captured at Fort Wagner, S. C., July 11, 1863, and paroled Sept. 29, 1863. He was
transferred to Co. "I," 19th Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps, Jan. 30, 1865, and
discharged July 24, 1865. He was wounded in the head by a fragment of shell and shot
through the lung. He d. of pneumonia.

There was one child.

2609. I. * EMILY JANE SMITH, b. Suffield, April 10, 1870.

1483. MARY JANE ADAMS, b. Aug. 14, 1841; m. at Springfield, Mass., July 6,
1856, Patrick Mackin, a cigar maker; res. Windsor, Conn., where he d. Oct. --, 1898.
She resides with her son at Hartford, Conn.

They had 2 children.

2610. I. MARY JANE MACKIN, b. at Suffield, Conn., Aug. 21, 1860; m. at
Windsor, Conn., April 9, 1895, George Lewis, a carpenter. She
d. at Windsor, Conn., Aug. 21, 1897, and is buried there. No
issue.
2611. II. * ROBERT D. MACKIN, b. at West Suffield, Conn., April 18, 1865.

1484. ELLEN MARIA ADAMS, b. Nov. 9, 1843; m. at Suffield, Conn., Sept. 2,
1860, William Henry, son of David and Mary A. (Brewster) Van Cott. David Van Cott
was a cigar manufacturer. William Henry Van Cott was b. March 23, 1839, at Albany,
N. Y. He d. Nov. 7, 1893, at Glens Falls, N. Y., and is buried at Troy, N. Y. Ellen
Maria (Adams) Van Cott resides at Glens Falls, N. Y. William Henry Van Cott was 5
feet, 6 inches in height, weight 135 pounds, dark complexion, brown hair, and blue eyes.
He was a cigar maker. He served 9 months in the Civil War, in
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Company "G," 22d Regiment Connecticut Militia. He was b. in Albany, where he lived
until 1859, when he removed to West Suffield, Conn., resided there until 1869, when he
came to Glens Falls. "In public life he was a Republican. He was postmaster here under
President Garfield. He served two terms (6 years) as clerk of Warren Co. He was excise
commissioner for three years, also foreman of Lapham Hose Co., and chief engineer of
the fire department."

They had 2 children.

2612. I. AUGUSTUS CHARLES VAN COTT, b. at West Suffield, Conn., March
30, 1862; is general manager of the Colorado Real Estate Loan
Association; unmarried; resides at Colorado Springs, Colo.
2613. II. HELEN LOUISE VAN COTT, b. at Glens Falls, N. Y.. Aug. 5, 1875;
unmarried; resides at Glens Falls, N. Y.

1485. GEORGIANA ADAMS, b. Aug. 27, 1847; m. at Windsor, Conn., Dec. 25,
1873, Charles Freeman, son of Nathan Edward and Hannah (Guernsey) Babbitt. He was
b. at Greenfield, Mass., June 27, 1849. Residence, Pottsville, Pa. He is superintendent of
the Berlin Construction Company, structural street work.

They have 3 children.

2614. I. LEROY NATHAN BABBITT, b. at Springfield, Mass., Feb. 7, 1875;
residence New York City; a clerk and stenographer; unmarried.
2615. II. FLORENCE EVELYN BABBITT, b. at Springfield, Mass., July 20, 1879;
graduated at Mount Holyoke College, 1901; at present assistant
to principal, high school, Kennett Square, Pa.
2616. III. CLARA MAY BABBITT, b. at Winsted, Conn., Oct. 7, 1883; a student
at Pottsville, Pa.

1487. THOMAS ALBRO SMITH, b. Oct. 1, 1853; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 22,
1882, Agnes S., dau. of Henry Hall and Frances Mary (Paris) Browne. Mr. Browne is a
maker of insurance maps; b. in Newent, England, April 22, 1830; d. New York City,
Jan. 5, 1892. His wife was b. in Chippenham, England, July 10, 1833; d. Nov. 27, 1893.
Mr. Smith is a bank clerk.

They have 4 children.

2617. I. GEORGE GILBERT SMITH, b. Sept. 23, 1883.
2618. II. MARION PINNEY SMITH, b. May 23, 1887.
2619. III. AGNES BROWNE SMITH, b. May 23, 1887.
2620. IV. HENRY BROWNE SMITH, b. Aug. 30, 1893.

1488. HERBERT PINNEY SMITH, b. New York City, Dec. 6, 1858; m. in Brooklyn,
N. Y., May 16, 1878, Stephanie Rosalie, dau. of Walter Livingston, a prominent lawyer
who, at the time of his death, held the office of city comptroller. She died in 1887. He m.
2d, at Flatbush, L. I., July 21, 1890, Stephanie M., dau. of Washington Achille and Lilian
Elizabeth (Barbour) Coster. Mr. Coster was b. at Pau, France, and his wife at Saratoga
Springs, N. Y., July 25, 1844. Mrs. Smith was b. Oct. 5, 1867, at Saratoga, N. Y.

There was 1 child.

2621. I. HUBERT WALDEN SMITH, b. April 21, 1897.

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1489. MELVIN BRAMAN SMITH, b. Feb. 13, 1853; m. at Lowell, Mass.,
Nov. 18, 1880, Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of Henry and Maria (Buncher) Healey.
Henry Healey, an engraver for calico printing, was b. at Bolton, Lancashire,
England, April 8, 1817. His wife was b. at Merton, England, Jan. 9, 1819; d.
Aug. 14, 1892. Mrs. Smith was b. at Lowell, Mass., Sept. 3, 1855. Mr.
Smith is of "light complexion, blue eyes, 5 feet, 11 inches in height; weight 165
pounds. He graduated from the Polytechnic Institute, class of 1872, B. S., in
department of civil engineering. Has practiced civil engineering in Lowell for
the past 30 years."

They have 2 children, b. in Lowell, Mass.

2622. I. MAUD HELEN SMITH, b. July 29, 1882.
2623. II. BERTHA MARIA SMITH, b. March 19, 1884.

1494. FREDERICK ARTHUR SMITH, b. June 25, 1855; m. in Suffield,
Conn., May 29, 1884, Corabell, dau. of T. Cornelius and Harriet (Hathaway)
Austin. Mrs. Smith was b. in Suffield, Conn., Nov. 2, 1861. Mr. Smith was a
farmer in Suffield; d. April 12, 1896, and was buried there. He belonged to the
Second Baptist Church of Suffield, was 5 feet, 10 inches in height; light
complexion, with brown hair and blue eyes; weight 160 pounds.

They had 3 children. b. at Suffield, Conn.

2624. I. RAYMOND CHESTER SMITH, b. March 26, 1885.
2625. II. HAZEL SMITH, b. April 10, 1889.
2626. III. BEULAH SMITH, b. April 15, 1895; d. July, 1897.

1495. GEORGE LETTS SMITH, b. Oct. 22, 1858; m. at West Suffield,
Conn., Sept. 12, 1899, Vienna, dau. of Seth and Mary (Rowley) Viets. Mrs.
Smith was b. at West Suffield, Conn., May 11, 1872. He is a farmer residing
at Suffield; "acts as agent for Schroeder & Bom, of New York., dealers in
tobacco." He is 6 feet high, with black hair and gray eyes, and weighs 160
pounds.

There was 1 child.

2627. I. ESTHER VIOLA SMITH, b. Jan, 13, 1901.

1496. MINNIE ISABELLE SMITH, b. Nov. 20, 1860; m. at Suffield,
Conn., April, 1877, Melville Edwin, son of Joseph Chapman and Helen Maria
(Clark) Hungerford. Joseph Chapman Hungerford, a farmer of Poquonnock,
Conn., was b. July 15, 1831. d. July 15, 1901. His wife was b. at
Poquonnock, where she now resides. Mr. Hungerford, a painter, was b. in
Poquonnock and lives in Suffield.

They have 3 children, b. in Poquonnock, Conn.

2628. I. HARRY CHAPMAN HUNGERFORD, b. Sept. 10, 1879.
2629. II. LUELLA HELEN HUNGERFORD, b. Jan. 15, 1882.
2630. III. EDNA VIOLA HUNGERFORD, b. Nov. 20, 1885.

1497. EMERSON WILLIAM MOORE, b. Aug. 9, 1844; m. June 5, 1873,
Ellen Frances, dau. of Walter Mather and Almera (Kennedy) McKee. Walter
Mather McKee was b. in Manchester,
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Conn., March 16, 1813, and d. there, May 12, 1880. Almera (Kennedy) McKee
was b. in East Hartford, Conn., July 7, 1812, and d. in Talcottville, Conn., Feb 12,
1885. Ellen Frances (McKee) Moore was b. in Manchester, Conn., May 3, 1843,
and d. Dec. 4, 1883, at Talcottville, Conn. He m. 2d, Anna Lauretta, dau. of the
Hon. Ralph Porter and Mary Lauretta (Hutchinson) Gilbert, at Gilead, Conn., Jan.
13, 1886. Ralph Porter Gilbert was b. in Gilead, Conn., Aug. 30, 1819, and d. in
Gilead, Conn., May 16, 1891. Mary Lauretta (Hutchinson) Gilbert was b. in Gilead,
Conn., Sept. 23, 1819, and d. in Gilead, Conn., Dec. 18, 1861. He d. Dec. 24,
1897, at Talcottville, Conn.

The following extracts are from a published memorial: "Mr. Moore was educated at
Wilbraham Academy and at Suffield Institute, and upon leaving school engaged in
mercantile life in the town of Vernon, Conn. In 1868, when only twenty-four years of
age, he represented that town in the General Assembly and served on the committee
of finance. Three years later he entered the employ of the State as clerk in the
comptroller's office. In 1877, he was appointed chief clerk, which office he held
continuously until his death. His services for the State covered a period of over
twenty-six years, under eleven different comptrollers,--longer than that of any other
state official with the exception of the state librarian. Unassuming, accommodating,
faithful, a model of integrity, and devoted to the interests of the State, he knew every
detail of the office, and was the possessor of a vast fund of official information which
rendered him invaluable. He was an officeholder of whom Connecticut has a right to
be proud." Mr. Moore joined the Congregational Church in Talcottville within a few
months of its organization, continuing with it until his death, and serving it in various
capacities.

He had 3 children by his first wife, b. Talcottville, Conn.

2631. I. FLORENCE ALMERA MOORE, b. May 25, 1875.
2632. II. WILLIAM EMERSON MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1877; d. June 6, 1892.
2633. III. ANNE MARIA MOORE, b. Nov. 14, 1883.

1500. ELLEN MARIA MOORE, b. April 3, 1850, m. at Talcottville, Conn., June
4, 1874 William Frank, son of Franklin B. and Sarah Almera (Gray) Risley. Franklin
B. Risley, a farmer, was b. Manchester, Conn., April 14, 1823, and his wife was b.
Hebron, Conn., Aug. 11, 1821. William F. Risley was b. Manchester, Conn., Feb.
6, 1851, where he now resides. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

2634. I. Infant, b. Jan. 29, 1878; d. Jan. 30, 1878.

1502. CHARLES DENISON MOORE, b. Feb. 12, 1858; m. at Hartford, Conn.,
June 6, 1889, Edith Jane, dau. of Charles W. and Sophia A. (Webster) Wheeler.
Mrs. Moore was b. in Hartford, Conn., April 26, 1858. He d. at Westfield, Mass.,
Aug. 26, 1901. He was treasurer of the hardware and plumbing firm of

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Sprague & Moore, of Westfield, Mass. From 1884 to 1891 he was assistant
superintendent at the Capitol. "The deceased was a gentleman in every sense of the
word, and in his dealings invariably square and honorable." They had no children.

1505. JULIA B. SPENCER, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1817; d. Cohassett, Cal.,
March 23, 1900. She m. James Brezee, at Moscow, Mich., Aug. 1858. He b. near
Albany, N. Y., in 1803; d. Somerset, Mich., 1875. He was a farmer. Julia was his 2d
wife. He was a deacon in the church and a much respected citizen. She was a life-long
Christian and a second mother to her brothers and sisters after the death of their mother.

They had 1 child.

2635. I. CHARLES JOEL BREZEE, b. May, 1859; d. Merrillsville, Cal., 1880.

1506. JOEL AARON SPENCER, b. Jan. 22, 1819; d. Oak Harbor, Washington, Oct.
10, 1899. He m. at Moscow, Mich., Elizabeth, dau. of Elijah Nichols, in 1846. He was
a farmer and miner in California, where he went in 1851 with his father and
brother-in-law. He went back to Michigan in 1861, and returned to California in 1863,
where he resided on a farm in Grainland till 1882, when he removed to Oak Harbor.

There were 3 children.

2636. I. GILBERT SPENCER, b. Moscow, Mich., April 30, 1847; d. Aug., 1866.
2637. II. SCOTT SPENCER, b. Hanover, Mich., Sept., 1848.
2638. III. ELLA ANGELIA SPENCER, b. Sept. 22, 1851; m. Thomas Nelson,
California, 1873.

1507. MINDWELL L. SPENCER, b. Jan. 26, 1821; m. John Alfred, son of John and
Martha (Welch) Crispel, Moscow, Mich., March 14, 1838. He was b. Orange Co., N.
Y., June 20, 1811; d. Liberty, Mich., Oct. 6, 1880. Mr. Crispel moved from New York
to Michigan in 1838, where he and his wife began housekeeping in a log cabin. In 1871,
he started a mercantile business in Sumner, Mich. Among other offices he held that of
justice of the peace for several years. In 1873, he was injured by the falling of a bridge,
from which he never recovered.

There were 7 children, b. Spring Arbor, Mich.

2639. I. JOHN HENRY CRISPEL, b. Nov. 12, 1841; d. Dec. 9, 1865.
2640. II. MARY CRISPEL, b. Jan. 7, 1844. She d. New Haven, Mich., Feb.
18, 1901; m. Milo, son of Samuel and Sabrina B. (Booth) Standish,
at Liberty, Mich., March 22, 1862. He was b. Scipio,
Mich., Dec. 5, 1834. He is a farmer. They had no children.
2641. III. JOSIAH CRISPEL, b. May 29, 1846; d. June 8, 1864.
2642. IV. * MARTHA CRISPEL, b. June 20, 1848.
2643. V. * MYRA CRISPEL, b. March 21, 1851.
2644. VI. JAMES CRISPEL, b. Jan. 20, 1853; d. Feb. 10, 1853.
2645. VII. * JAMES CRISPEL, b. Jan. 26, 1854.

1512. CLARISSA MOORE SPENCER, b. Jan. 13, 1832; m. Ambrose, the son of
Reuben and Ann (Judd) Dibble, at Moscow,
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Mich., June 18, 1854. He b. Pitcher, N. Y., March 6, 1813; d. at Riley, Oregon, Sept. 6,
1886. He was a farmer. Res. of Mrs. Dibble, Riley, Oregon.

There were 4 children.

2646. I. NATHANIEL ADELBERT DIBBLE, b. Moscow, Mich., March 5, 1856;
m. Rosette Penick, Sept. 2, 1879, Durham, Cal.
2647. II. HERBERT AARON DIBBLE, b. Moscow, Mich., Oct. 12, 1858.
2648. III. CARRIE DIBBLE, b. Durham, Cal., May 15, 1865; d. Aug. 4, 1865.
2649. IV. FRANK CYRENUS DIBBLE, b. Feb. 19, 1871, Durham, Cal.; m.
Martha Johnson, at Riley, Oregon, Dec. 25, 1894, dau. of
William B. and Mary (Steel) Johnson.

1515. JOEL MOORE HOWEY, b. Jan. 30, 1819; m. Letitia, dau. of Lewis and Phebe
(Conover) Johnson, at Canandaigua, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1841. She b. Hightstown, N. J.,
Jan. 20, 1824; d. Canandaigua, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1883. He is a retired farmer. Res. 35
Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y.

There were 5 children, b. Canandaigua, N. Y.

2650. I. EMOGENE E. HOWEY, b. Nov. 2, 1842; d. March 5, 1843.
2651. II. JOHN L. HOWEY, b. Dec. 13, 1843; d. Feb. 13, 1851.
2652. III. WILLIAM J. HOWEY, b. April 4, 1845; d. July 5, 1845.
2653. IV. * JOHN MOORE HOWEY, b. March 1, 1852; d. April 25, 1884.
2654. V. * HARRIET HOWEY, b. Jan 2, 1857.

1520. HARRIET A. HOWEY, b. Oct. 24, 1832; d. East Bloomfield, N. Y., Dec. 19,
1874; m. Edward, son of F. J. and Sally (Goss) Brunson, at Canandaigua, N. Y., March
30, 1852. He was b. East Bloomfield, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1824; d. Solomon, Kan., Aug. 6,
1890; buried at Abilene, Kan. He m. 2d, Sarah L. Howey (see No. 1516), Feb. 10,
1876; she d. July 2, 1881; buried at Abilene, Kan.

There were 4 children, b. East Bloomfield, N. Y.

2655. I. CARRIE A. BRUNSON, b. May 6, 1859.
2656. II. GEORGE H. BRUNSON, b. Aug. 30, 1861; m. Emma Thayer, Solomon,
Kan., Sept. 24, 1885.
2657. III. AMOS E. BRUNSON, b. Oct. 4, 1870; m. Mame Halpin, Solomon,
June 1, 1892.
2658. IV. HOWELL M. BRUNSON, b. Sept. 28, 1873.

1526. FRANCES MELISSA MOORE, b. Granger, Ohio, April 21, 1834; m. Pliny
Hayes, son of Levi Bartlett and Rhoda (Hurd) Gunnison, at Rochester, N. Y., April 25,
1855; he b. Canandaigua, N. Y.

They had 8 children, b. Lodi, Wis.

2659. I. * EDNA MOORE GUNNISON, b. May 17, 1856.
2660. II. * IRVIN LEVI GUNNISON, b. Oct. 28, 1859.
2661. III. * CHARLES NATHANIEL GUNNISON, b. March 17, 1861.
2662. IV. * GEORGE HERBERT GUNNISON, b. Dec. 16, 1864.
2663. V. EMMA ADELIA GUNNISON, b. July 18, 1867; m. Harvey Fletcher
Peers, Lake Preston, South Dakota, Oct. 16, 1888; no issue.
2664. VI. * WILLIAM MOORE GUNNISON, b. Oct. 17, 1869.
2665. VII. * JOHN HAVEN GUNNISON, b. Oct. 17, 1873.
2666. VIII. ALICE FULLER GUNNISON, b. Aug. 30, 1876; unmarried; teacher,
Somah, Wis.

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1527. HARRIET MOORE, b. Granger, Ohio., June 23, 1836; m. at Princeton, Ind.,
David R. Hunt, June, 1854. She m. 2d, Eben Blachly Dunlap, Oct. 17, 1866. He was
son of William and Phoebe (Blachly) Dunlap, b. Weathersfield, Ohio.

There were 3 children, by each marriage.

2667. I. KATIE HUNT, b. --; d. at 13 years of age.
2668. II. A son, d. in infancy.
2669. III. A son, d. in infancy.
2670. IV. * SARAH M. DUNLAP, b. Lodi, Wis., March 2, 1868.
2671. V. * GRACE IRENE DUNLAP, b. Lodi, Aug. 7, 1870.
2672. VI. MABEL MOORE DUNLAP, b. Lodi, May 11, 1879.

1529. CHARLES WILLIAM MOORE, b. Hillsdale, Mich., Nov. 3, 1842; m. at
Dunnville, Wis., Feb. 14, 1870, Flora M., dau. of H. N. and Eliza (Macauley) Weston.
She b. Menominee, Wis., June 9, 1852. Mr. Moore is a merchant at Chetek, Wis. He
went to Wisconsin in 1855, and settled at Lodi, entered the army in 1861, in Co. "H,"
2d Wis. Vol. Inf. He took part in the first battle of Bull Run and all the subsequent
engagements of the Army of the Potomac up to June 12, 1864, when he was mustered
out on account of expiration of term of service. He was treasurer of the town of Dunn
several years, and sheriff of Dunn Co. from 1877 to 1888. He was elected to the
legislature from Barron Co., Wis., 1888 and 1890.

There was 1 child.

2673. I. * EDNA E. MOORE, b. Dunnville, Wis., Nov. 28, 1870.

1536. WILLIAM CASE, b. July, 1829; m. Martha Stookey, at Pulaski, Mich., in Jan.,
1856. He is a farmer.

They have 1 child.

2674. I. FRANK CASE, b. Scipio, Mich., 1858; m. Eleanor Baker, Mosherville,
Mich., 1880. Child: Clio Case, b. about 1885.

1537. WILLIS CASE, b. July, 1829; m. Emily Godfrey; d. Jan. 5, 1899. He was a
farmer.

They had 2 children, b. at Scipio, Mich.

2675. I. * FRED H. CASE, b. Aug. 5, 1873.
2676. II. LAVERNA CASE, b. July 25, 1874; d. Jan. 8, 1876.

1539. SARAH CASE, b. April 22, 1834; m. Hiram King, Scipio, Mich., June 19,
1853.

There were 6 children, b. Litchfield, Mich.

2677. I. WILLIS KING, b. Aug. 19, 1854; d. Jan. 23, 1876.
2678. II. WILLIAM KING, b. Feb. 4, 1856; d. Feb. 27, 1856.
2679. III. ISABELL KING, b. Nov. 11, 1857; d. Jan. 10, 1858.
2680. IV. HIRAM KING, b. April 26, 1859; m. Lizzie McCart, June 27, 1880.
2681. V. FRANK KING, b. May 8, 1867; m. Lilla McCart, Dec., 1890.
2682. VI. MINNIE A. KING, b. Jan. 30, 1869; m. Mark Burgess, Jan. 1, 1896.
2683. VII. FRED KING, b. Dec. 30, 1871; m. Ella M. Cox, Feb. 21, 1895.

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1542. EDNA CYNTHIA CASE, b. Scipio, Mich., Oct. 5, 1840; m. Augustus, son of
Joseph and Amanda (Ferris) Borden, at Litchfield, Mich., Nov. 14, 1865. He was b. in
Ohio, Dec. 27, 1839. He is a farmer, merchant and photographer.

They have 2 children, b. at Moscow, Mich.

2684. I. CARRIE E. BORDEN, b. March 16, 1870; m. Edward Stogdill, Detroit,
Mich., June 14, 1893.
2685. II. * CHARLES A. BORDEN, b. June 26, 1875.

1543. DANIEL HORACE CASE, b. Scipio, Mich., Oct. 2, 1842; m. Nancy, dau. of
Lyman and Celestia ((???)) Jones, at Scipio, Oct., 1861. He is a farmer.

They have 6 children.

2686. I. CYNTHIA CASE, b. Scipio, Mich., 1863; d. 1868.
2687. II. CLARA CASE, b. 1865; d. 1873.
2688. III. ADA CASE, b. Clare Co., Mich., 1867.
2689. IV. CHARLES CASE, b. Clare Co., Mich., 1869.
2690. V. EMMA CASE, b. Clare Co., Mich., 1872.
2691. VI. WILLIAM CASE, b. Clare Co., Mich., 1875.

1546. EDWIN R. MOORE, b. Moscow, Mich., March 19, 1843; m. Clarinda, dau. of
Henry and Mary Ann (Pattison) Richards, at Hanover, Mich., Sept. 27, 1865. She d.
Moscow, Nov. 20, 1870. He m. 2d, Lydia, dau. of Plummer and Havila (Miner)
Drake, March, 1872. She d. May 24, 1899. Clarinda Richards b. Hanover, Mich.,
April, 1853. Mr. Moore is a farmer and has 4 children.

2692. I. CLARINDA A. MOORE, b. Nov. 20, 1870; m. Geo. E. Simmons,
Hanover, Dec. 25, 1895.
2693. II. GEORGE MOORE, b. 1877.
2694. III. ALICE MOORE, b. 1878; m. Arthur E. Greiner, Oct., 1893.
2695. IV. JOEL A. MOORE, b. 1880.

1547. DIANTHA R. MOORE, b. Moscow, Mich., Aug. 28, 1846; m. Henry F., son
of Henry and Mary Ann (Pattison) Richards, at Moscow. He is a farmer at Leoni,
Mich.

There were 2 children.

2696. I. FRED JOEL RICHARDS, b. Feb. 14, 1868; d. Sept. 13, 1890.
2697. II. * CHARLES T. RICHARDS, b. Oct. 30, 1872.

1548. WILSON W. MOORE, b. March 2, 1852; m. Belle, dau. of Martin and Isabelle
(Hood) Griswold, at Hillsdale City, Mich., Nov. 15, 1872. She b. at Moscow in 1855.
He is a farmer.

There were 4 children.

2698. I. HATTIE MAY MOORE, b. Moscow, July 11, 1873.
2699. II. MARTIN MOORE, b. Moscow, 1875; m. at North Adams, Mich.,
Aug., 1900.
2700. III. HAROLD J. MOORE, b. Moscow, 1878; m. Nellie McCarthy, at
Liberty, Mich., Feb., 1900.
2701. IV. FLOY MOORE, b. Moscow, 1883.

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1549. WILLIAM W. MOORE, b. Moscow, Mich., March 2, 1852; m. Emma Stiles,
at Moscow, in 1878. He is a miller.

There were 4 children.

2702. I. JOEL MOORE, b. Litchfield, Mich., 1880.
2703. II. LA VERNE MOORE, b. Litchfield, 1882.
2704. III. EDWIN M. MOORE, b. Somerset, Mich., 1885.
2705. IV. GLENN MOORE, b. Hillsdale City, Mich., 1892.

1550. CYNTHIA CASE NELSON, b. Saginaw, Mich., April 8, 1838; m. William
Addison, son of Edwin and Sarah (Walker) Walter, at Virginia City, Nevada. He was b.
New York, July 21, 1829; d. Oakland, Cal., Feb. 3, 1892. He was in the employ of
Wells, Fargo & Co.

There were 3 children.

2706. I. SARA WALTER, b. Virginia City, Nev., Aug 29, 1867.
2707. II. EDWIN NELSON WALTER, b. Virginia City, Nev., Jan. 24, 1870.
2708. III. CHARLES NELSON WALTER, b. Oakland, Cal., March 7, 1872; m.
Lucy Lovell Drake, Colusa, Cal., May 16, 1898.

1551. THOMAS NELSON, b. Litchfield, Mich., Dec. 25, 1839; m. Ella Angelia
Spencer, at Hanover, Mich., Sept. 22, 1852. She was dau. of Joel Aaron and Lydia
Elizabeth (Nichols) Spencer. He is a stock-raiser--sheep and horses.

There were 3 children.

2709. I. EDNA ISABEL NELSON, b. Battle Mountain, Nev., July 25, 1878; d.
April 27, 1881.
2710. II. SAMUEL GOFF NELSON, b. Battle Mountain, May 6, 1883; d. June
23, 1892.
2711. III. RALPH GILBERT NELSON, b. Elko, Nev., Feb. 23, 1885.

1554. CHARLES ANDREW NELSON, b. Litchfield, Mich., Sept. 19, 1846; d.
Truckee, Cal., Jan. 23, 1892; buried, Chico, Butte Co., Cal. He m. Nellie M., dau. of
James and Catherine (Barrettee) Leahy, at Bodie, Cal., Dec. 31, 1883. She b.
Huntington, Canada, Sept. 6, 1860. He was a stock-raiser.

There were 2 children.

2712. I. ALFRED DAVID NELSON, b. Huntington, Canada, March 22, 1886.
2713. II. SARAH NELSON, b. Stone House, Nev. March 17, 1890.

1556. OSCAR WILLIAM NELSON, b. Scipio, Mich., Oct. 15, 1850; m. Laura
Alcinda, dau. of Elijah Starr and Laura Alcinda (England) Ruggles, at Nelson, Butte
Co., Cal., March 17, 1875. She b. Mountain House, Cal., Sept. 25, 1858.

There were 9 children.

2714. I. ALFRED STARR NELSON, b. Nelson, Butte Co., Cal., April 6, 1876;
d. Sept. 11, 1877.
2715. II. SARAH LAURA NELSON, b. Durham, Cal., June 20, 1877; d. Dec. 5,
1877.
2716. III. MINNIE LUCY NELSON, b. Marysville, Cal., Sept. 5, 1877. (?)
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2717. IV. PHILIP LOVEL NELSON, b. Nelson, Cal., June 1, 1878; d. May 30,
1879.
2718. V. JOEL MOORE NELSON, b. Nelson, Cal., April 30, 1880.
2719. VI. EDNA BELLE NELSON, b. Nelson, Cal., Dec. 31, 1881.
2720. VII. CHARLES HENRY NELSON, b. Corning, Cal., July 13, 1883.
2721. VIII. LEOLA ALICE NELSON, b. Corning, Cal., April 9, 1886.
2722. IX. ALFRED DAVID NELSON, b. Aug. 5, 1888; d. Aug. 9, 1889.

1557. SARA LUCY NELSON, b. Pulaski, Mich., Jan. 23, 1857; m. Philip McCabe,
son of Elijah Starr and Laura Alcinda (England) Ruggles, at Oroville, Cal., Nov. 24,
1880. He. b. Mountain House, Cal., Oct. 25, 1856. He is a farmer. Height 5 feet, 8
inches; weight 140 pounds; eyes brown, hair black. She is a graduate of the California
State Normal.

There were 10 children.

2723. I. ALFRED NELSON RUGGLES, b. Nelson, Cal., Sept. 27, 1881; d. Sept.
11, 1882.
2724. II. OSCAR NELSON RUGGLES, b. Moro, Ore., Dec. 22, 1882.
2725. III. LOIS RUGGLES, b. Rutledge, Ore., Dec. 7, 1884.
2726. IV. SADA RUGGLES, b. Rutledge, Ore., Aug. 29, 1886.
2727. V. ELIJAH STARR RUGGLES, b. Rutledge, Ore., April 2, 1888.
2728. VI. WALTER A. RUGGLES, b. Rutledge, Ore., June 15, 1890.
2729. VII. LAURA RUGGLES, b. Rutledge, Ore., March 7, 1892; d. June 26,
1899.
2730. VIII. EVA RUGGLES, b. Rutledge, Ore., Dec. 26, 1893.
2731. IX. CHARLES ANDREW RUGGLES, b. Rufus, Ore., March 24, 1897; d.
Sept. 13, 1899.
2732. X. LUCY RUGGLES, b. Rutledge, Ore., March 29, 1899.

1559. JOHN HOWARD MOORE, b. Troy, Ohio, Feb. 21, 1837; d. Topeka, Kan.,
May 31, 1882; buried in Springfield, Ohio. He m. Hannah D., dau. of Joseph Davidson,
Springfield, Ohio, Jan., 1858. She b. Springfield; d. Chicago, Ill., March 25, 1882; buried
at Springfield, Ohio. Mr. Moore served in an Illinois regiment from July, 1862, to July,
1865. He was owner and editor of a county paper at Rossville, Ill., the Champaign Union,
Champaign, Ill., and the Criterion, Chicago.

There were 2 children, b. Springfield, Ohio.

2733. I. MINNIE MOORE, b. July 1, 1858; d. May 9, 1891.
2734. II. ALPHEUS JAMES MOORE, b. --, 1862.

1560. ALPHEUS S. MOORE, b. Dayton, Ohio, March 22, 1839; m. Isabelle, dau. of
Hon. David H. and Elizabeth (Reyburn) Morris, at Fort Wayne, Ind., Dec. 26, 1869. She
b. Miami Co., Ohio, Oct. 11, 1844. Mr. Moore lived in Springfield, Ohio, from 1840 till
1861. Graduated at Dennison University, June, 1859, and then became a teacher. He
enlisted in Co. "F," 2d O. V. I., April 16, 1861. In Aug. 1861, he raised Co. "A," 44th O.
V. I.; commissioned Captain, Aug. 29, 1861; promoted Major, May 1, 1863. In January,
1864, the regiment was changed into the 8th O. V. Cavalry, by order of the President. He
then raised 2 more companies, filled up the old ones and was made colonel of the

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regiment, Jan. 5, 1865. After the war he was a teacher till 1871; a Baptist preacher till
1881, when his health failed from the effects of a shell wound in the breast. Since 1886 he
has been disabled.

There were 3 children.

2735. I. BESSIE BELLE MOORE, b. Napoleon, Ohio, Sept. 9, 1872; m. Clyde
W. Mitchell, Cal.
2736. II. CORA MAY MOORE, b. Lockland, Ohio, May 29, 1874; d. March 4,
1878.
2737. III. EDITH ALPHEA MOORE, b. July 25, 1876; m. Sherman A. Roberts,
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 29, 1897.

1564. OSCAR CARLOS MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1830; m. Mary
Abigail, dau. of Lorenzo Robins and Mary (Arthur) Hills, at Martinsburg, N. Y., July 6,
1852. She b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1832.

There were 5 children, b. Shiawasee, Mich.

2738. I. GEORGE AUGUSTUS MOORE, b. April 20, 1853; m. Clara A. Smith,
Aug. 7, 1874, at Shiawassee, Mich.
2739. II. HENRY CARLOS MOORE, b. March 3, 1856; unmarried; res. Telluride,
Col.; photographer and miner.
2740. III. OSCAR MOORE, b. Nov. 17, 1859; m. Luella Wolcott, Lansing,
Mich., Sept. 17, 1884.
2741. IV. HELEN MARION MOORE, b. Aug. 8, 1864; d. March 7, 1865.
2742. V. * MINNIE LOUISE MOORE, b. April 10, 1866.

1565. HELEN NANCY MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., April 20, 1832; m. James W.,
son of Elbert H. and Eliza (Wiley) Dean, at Lowville, N. Y., in 1851. He was b. Cohoes,
N. Y., 1825; d. Watertown, N. Y., in 1882. He was a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Glendale, N. Y.

2743. I. * SHERBERN MASON DEAN, b. 1852.
2744. II. * WARREN F. DEAN, b. 1854.

1566. WILLIAM WALLACE MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., April 10, 1833; m. Julia
M., dau. of Samuel and Julia (Trobridge) Lemon. He d. Shiawassee, Mich., April 11,
1885. He was a farmer.

There were 7 children, b. Shiawassee, Mich.

2745. I. * LOUIS W. MOORE, b. Feb. 24, 1869.
2746. II. LESTER MOORE, b. July 23, 1871; d. July 5, 1874.
2747. III. LUCIA MOORE, b. Feb. 5, 1874; d. April 5, 1875.
2748. IV. LEON LAWRENCE MOORE, b. April 27, 1877.
2749. V. DARWIN CLINTON MOORE, b. Nov. 18, 1880.
2750. VI. HENRY BUSH MOORE, b. Sept. 1, 1881.
2751. VII. FRANK ARTHUR MOORE, b. Nov. 13, 1883.

1568. MARY AUGUSTA MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1842; m. Judson
Lewis, son of Leonard and Lucia (Hough) Pitcher. He b. Martinsburg, N. Y., June 12,
1836; d. Ridgeway, Iowa, April 16, 1879. Mr. Pitcher enlisted in 1861, and was
discharged for disability before the war closed. He was engaged in
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farming in Iowa till his health failed. He died from disease contracted in the service. His
widow now draws a pension.

They had 1 child.

2752. I. CLAIR JUDSON PITCHER, b. Orleans, Iowa, Aug. 3, 1872.

1569. CHARLES DUANE MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1844; m.
Frances Stella, dau. of Oliver P. and Sarah Rebecca (Henry) Hedden, at Lowville, N.
Y., Dec. 11, 1878. She b. Lowville, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1856. Mr. Moore was educated
in the Lowville Academy, was superintendent of Black River canal in 1877; delegate to
Democratic National Convention in 1884; Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture of
New York from July, 1892, to 1896, and was presidential elector in 1897. He is a
farmer and insurance agent.

There are 3 children, b. Lowville, N. Y.

2753. I. ANNA HEDDEN MOORE, b. Nov. 22, 1879; in Mt. Holyoke College.
2754. II. MARY LOUISE MOORE, b. Dec. 28, 1883.
2755. III. SARAH FRANCES MOORE, b. Oct. 22, 1889.

1570. ORRIN BRADFORD MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1847; m.
Emma Sarah, dau. of John Walters and Margaret (Robinson) Barron, at Flint, Mich.,
Aug. 30, 1878. She b. Clyde, Mich., Oct. 3, 1860. He attempted to get into the army
when he was 16. Was successful later and served for 6 months before the close of the
war. Is now a prosperous merchant in Saginaw, Mich., where their 2 children were
born.

2756. I. MABLE MARIA MOORE, b. Aug. 1, 1879.
2757. II. ETHEL ELSIE MOORE, b. Feb. 20, 1888.

1571. FRANCES LOUISE MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1849; m.
Howard C., son of Alexander O. and Eunice (Tuttle) Bingham, at Martinsburg, Oct. 18,
1876. He b. Oct. 19, 1849. Mr. Bingham is a dealer in monumental work at Lowville,
N. Y.

There are 2 children, b. Martinsburg, N. Y.

2758. I. EARL ALEXANDER BINGHAM, b. Dec. 6, 1880.
2759. II. NINA MARIE BINGHAM, b. Nov. 30, 1885.

1572. DEWITT CLINTON MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., June 9, 1851; m. Ella J.,
dau. of Henry and Mary R. (Sheets) Heivly, at Decorah, Iowa, Oct. 18, 1882. She b.
there March 25, 1856. Mr. Moore worked on a farm and taught a term of school in
Martinsburg, then moved to Decorah, Iowa, when he was 21 years of age. He read law
and was admitted to the bar and elected sheriff of his county, was re-elected but
resigned to accept a position in Grafton, Dakota. He is one of the pioneers of the place,
is bank cashier and eminent commander of the Commandery of North Dakota.

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There were 2 children, b. Grafton, N. D.

2760. I. FREDERIC ARTHUR MOORE b. June 4, 1885.
2761. II. DEWITT CLINTON MOORE, b. April 11, 1890.

1573. CLARENCE JAY MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., June 5, 1853; m. at Turin, N.
Y., Cora Alice, dau. of Leonard and Fanny Maria (Pease) Pitcher, Sept. 22, 1880. She b.
Martinsburg, Sept. 22, 1861. He is a farmer in Martinsburg, where their 4 children, except
the first, were born.

2762. I. JAMES DUANE MOORE, b. Ridgeway, Iowa, April 12, 1884.
2763. II. LEONARD JUDSON MOORE, b. July 1, 1886.
2764. III. ALICE LOUISE MOORE, b. April 5, 1894.
2765. IV. ARTHUR CLIFFORD MOORE, b. Sept. 5, 1895.

1574. SAMUEL ELA MOORE, b. Martinsburg, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1855; m. Edith Elnora,
dau. of Levi and Rachel (Seward) Tedman, at Martinsburg, June 12, 1878. She b. at
Martinsburg, Oct. 29, 1857. Res. Fort Collins, Col. He is a contractor, building irrigating
ditches and doing railroad work.

There were 2 children, b. Fort Collins.

2766. I. PEARL LUCILE MOORE, b. Nov. 15, 1879.
2767. II. JESSIE RACHEL MOORE, b. Nov. 26, 1881.

1578. PLINY WEBSTER BARTHOLOMEW, b. Cabotsville, Mass., Aug. 4, 1840; m.
Sarah Belle, dau. of George W. Smith, at Crawfordsville, Ind., Jan. 30, 1873. She was b.
Lexington, Ky., Jan., 1, 1851. Mr. Bartholomew was clerk in stores at Northampton,
Mass., Canton, and Herman, N. Y. In 1861, he entered Union College, Schenectady, N.
Y., and graduated in 1864 with the honors of the class. Three years later his Alma Mater
conferred on him the degree of A. M. During his school years he supported himself by
teaching and the assistance of his father in the last year. He studied law at Ballston Spa, N.
Y, and was admitted to practice in the supreme court, May, 1865. He removed to
Indianapolis, Ind., in 1866, and was elected judge of the superior court in 1890. (See
Pictorial and Biographical Memoirs of Indianapolis and Marion County.)

He is Past Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, and Past Grand Dictator of the Knights of
Honor. He is a member of the Presbyterian Church.

There were 3 children, b. Indianapolis, Ind.

2768. I. BELLE ISADORA BARTHOLOMEW, b. April 2, 1876; m. Allen Wright
Hewitt, Oct. 27, 1897, at Indianapolis.
2769. II. PLINY WEBSTER BARTHOLOMEW, b. Oct. 4, 1880; d. Oct. 13, 1884.
2770. III. HARRIS SHERLEY BARTHOLOMEW, b. April 25, 1885.

1586. WILLIAM WALLACE ARTHUR, b. Lowville, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1835; m.
Catherine, dau. of Marks H. and Nellie (Berry) Grants, at Newport, N. Y., March 2,
1858. She b. Mohawk, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1837, He is a mechanic.
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There were 7 children, b. Mohawk, N. Y.

2771. I. * FRANK D. ARTHUR, b. Feb. 6, 1859.
2772. II. * WALLACE W. ARTHUR, b. Dec. 23, 1860.
2773. III. ELLA G. ARTHUR, b. March 21, 1864; d. Aug. 1867.
2774. IV. * ELIZA G. ARTHUR, b. Nov. 11, 1866.
2775. V. JEFFERSON T. ARTHUR, b. Feb. 11, 1870.
2776. VI. EMMA L. ARTHUR, b. April 29, 1872.
2777. VII. GRACE C. ARTHUR, b. Sept. 29, 1876.

1587. MARTHA ARTHUR, b. Lowville, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1839; m. Franklin Z., son of
Zeboim and Roena (Richards) Carter, at Lowville, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1858. She d.
Harrisburg, N. Y., March 11, 1886; buried at Lowville. He was b. at Lowville, Oct.
11, 1835. He is a farmer.

There are 5 children, all but 1 b. at Lowville, N. Y.

2778. I. * GEORGE J. CARTER, b. Aug. 17, 1859.
2779. II. MARY ROENA CARTER, b. June 26, 1864.
2780. III. ALICE LOUISE CARTER, b. Oct. 12, 1866; m. Charles Hall, Dec. 14,
1885.
2781. IV. DEWITT FRANKLIN CARTER, b. Harrisburg, N. Y., May 7, 1868.
2782. V. GERTRUDE MARTHA CARTER, b. May 12, 1877.

1588. JAY ARTHUR, b. Watson, N. Y., March 13, 1842; d. Fond du Lac, Wis., July
9, 1885; m. Martha Lucinda Case, at Carthage, N. Y., June 4, 1870. She b. Carthage,
N. Y., May 12, 1851. He was a farmer.

There are 4 children, all but the first b. at Fond du Lac, Wis.

2783. I. FREDERICK DE ELTON ARTHUR, b. Jan. 24, 1871.
2784. II. GEORGE WASHINGTON ARTHUR, b. April 9, 1873.
2785. III. MATTIE HELEN ARTHUR, b. April 5, 1875.
2786. IV. HARRIET FLORENCE ARTHUR, b. June 7, 1886.

1589. HARRIET LOUISA ARTHUR, b. Watson, N. Y., May 25, 1846; m. Willard
V., son of Samuel and Nancy (Bowman) Reed, at New Bremen, Nov. 24, 1864. He b.
Lowville, N. Y., April 22, 1836. He is a painter.

There were 4 children, b. Lowville, N. Y.

2787. I. EFFIE LOUISA REED, b. Sept. 23, 1865.
2788. II. MARY EMMA REED, b. Nov. 28, 1867.
2789. III. FRED ARTHUR REED, b. Oct. 17, 1870.
2790. IV. HATTIE GERTRUDE REED, b. April 3, 1873.

1590. DWIGHT W. ARTHUR, b. Lowville, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1848; m. Nancy A., dau.
of Clemon C. and Nancy (Becker) Tucker, at Natural Bridge, N. Y., July 4, 1871. She
was b. there, in 1853; d. at Deer River. He m. 2d, Carrie E., dau. of John and
Catherine (Hawkins) Moody, Aug. 22, 1883; she b. Feb. 14, 1857.

There were 5 children, all but the first b. at Elmsford, N. Y.

2791. I. ALLEN C. ARTHUR, b. Natural Bridge, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1873; m.
Hattie Keller, at Ilion, Sept. 1894.
2792. II. WALLACE D. ARTHUR, b. Jan. 17, 1885.
2793. III. WILLIAM E. ARTHUR, b. Oct. 19, 1886.
2794. IV. MARY E. ARTHUR, b. March 8, 1889; d. March 22, 1889.
2795. V. FRANK H. ARTHUR, b. March 8, 1889; d. March 12, 1889.
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1591. ELVIRA E. ARTHUR, b. Lowville, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1847; m. Wallace T., son
of Matthew T. and Mariah (Douglass) Brooks, at Lowville, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1872. He
b. Leyden, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1840. He is an insurance agent.

There were 2 children.

2796. I. EVA E. BROOKS, b. Utica, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1873.
2797. II. ARTHUR R. BROOKS, b. Lowville, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1875.

1592. EMMA M. ARTHUR, b. Lowville, April 6, 1852; m. William H., son of Elijah
D. and Fanny (Hurd) Morrison, at Lowville, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1879. Insurance.

There were 3 children, b. Lowville, N. Y.

2798. I. LEILA MORRISON, b. Sept. 4, 1883; d. Feb. 2, 1885.
2799. II. ELVIRA MORRISON, b. Dec. 15, 1885; d. Feb. 22, 1887.
2800. III. MILDRED MORRISON, b. Sept. 11, 1890.

1593. FRANK W. ARTHUR, b. Lowville, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1849; m. Mary, dau. of
Augustus and Catharine (Altmire) Mattis, at New Bremen, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1882. She
b. Feb. 3, 1859. He is a farmer.

There were 4 children, b. Martinsburg, N. Y.

2801. I. NINA L. ARTHUR, b. May 12, 1885.
2802. II. ETHEL K. ARTHUR, b. March 25, 1887.
2803. III. F. WAYLAND ARTHUR, b. June 24, 1889.
2804. IV. ESTHER M. ARTHUR, b. Nov. 21, 1893; d. Jan. 2, 1898.

1596. EMMA RILLA LYMAN, b. Huntington, Mass., Nov. 17, 1854; m. Edward
Evarts, the son of Henry and Nancy M. (Parsons) Charles, at East Brookfield, Mass.,
Sept. 11, 1878. He b. Ludlow, Mass., Sept. 26, 1841; d. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 19,
1880. He is buried at Ludlow, Mass.

There were 3 children, b. at Springfield.

2805. I. HENRY LYMAN CHARLES, b. Aug. 3, 1879; d. Nov. 26, 1882.
2806. II. EDMUND TAYLOR CHARLES, b. Dec. 13, 1880; d. Nov. 21, 1882,
2807. III. EVARTS WILSON CHARLES, b. Dec. 13, 1880.

1597. SUSAN ARABEL LYMAN, b. Huntington, Mass., Feb. 1, 1857; m. Elmer R.,
son of William and Anne Eliza (Lyman) Taylor, at East Brookfield, Mass., Nov. 9,
1881. He b. Pelham, Mass., March, 1857. He is a merchant.

There were 3 children, b. Chicopee Falls, Mass.

2808. I. FLORENCE BELLE TAYLOR, b. Sept. 28, 1882.
2809. II. RUTH LYMAN TAYLOR, b. Sept. 11, 1884.
2810. III. HELEN MARJORIE TAYLOR, b. July 26, 1893.

1598. JOHN WILSON LYMAN, b. Huntington, Mass., Aug. 26, 1864; m. Carrie A.,
dau. of Frank and Elizabeth (Shaw) Bartlett, Enfield, Conn., May 6, 1888. He is a
commercial traveler.
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There is 1 child.

2811. I. ERNEST MOORE LYMAN, b. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 18, 1891

1599. LUCIEN OCHTERLONY MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Dec. 23, 1849;
m. Lilian Gertrude, dau. of Apollos and Delina (Tuttle) Moore, at Huntington, Mass.,
June 11, 1871. She b. Westfield, Mass., April 8, 1853. (See No. 1934.) Mr. Moore
is a farmer, is of the school committee, selectman, assessor, and has been overseer of
the poor for 15 years. He is member of the legislature for Hampden district, Mass. He
was educated at Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass. Height 5 feet, 8 1/2 inches;
weight 225 pounds; hair and eyes dark.

There are 10 children, all but first 3 b. Montgomery, Mass.

2812. I. * WILBERT TUTTLE MOORE, b. March 21, 1872, Westfield, Mass.
2813. II. * ALICE BELL MOORE, b. Aug. 18, 1873; Russell, Mass.
2814. III. DANA SCOTT MOORE, b. Russell, Mass., April 8, 1876.
2815. IV. MABEL LILIAN MOORE, b. Sept. 12, 1877; m. Charles Hinkley
Kelso, Nov. 15, 1899.
2816. V. HELEN MAUD MOORE, b. Feb. 16, 1881; m. Walter David Allyn,
Montgomery, Mass., July 31, 1902.
2817. VI. LESTER LUCIEN MOORE, b. Aug. 4, 1882.
2818. VII. PERCY ROBERTS MOORE, b. Feb. 8, 1884.
2819. VIII. FLORENCE BESSIE MOORE, b. Feb. 15, 1886.
2820. IX. ANJANETT DELINA MOORE, b. Sept. 8, 1887.
2821. X. GRACE EMILY MOORE, b. Feb. 13, 1889.

1602. ALICE FRANCES MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Dec. 13, 1850; m.
Edward Alonzo, son of Alonzo and Eunice (Chapman) Allen, at Montgomery, Mass.,
Nov. 25, 1869. He b. Westfield, Mass., Feb. 28, 1846. He is a wholesale grain
merchant.

There was 1 child.

2822. I. BERTON AUGUSTUS ALLEN, b. New York City, Aug. 26, 1870; m.
Katharine Prudine Bostick, Hamilton, N. Y., April 26, 1894.

1603. HATTIE ADELLA MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., March 4, 1859; m.
Leonard Cornelius, the son of Leonard and Frances (Hedges) Atwater, at
Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 15, 1890. He was b. Westfield, Mass., July 14, 1853. He is
in the real estate and marble business.

There were 2 children, b. Westfield, Mass.

2823. I. ALLEN MOORE ATWATER, b. Oct. 28, 1891.
2824. II. LEONARD ATWATER, b. Nov. 20, 1893.

1604. CLIFTON AUGUSTUS MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Nov. 12, 1861; m.
Cora Estella, dau. of Lewis Tyler and Dorcas (Squire) Allyn, at Westfield, Mass.,
April 12, 1882. She b. Montgomery, Mass., April 19, 1858. He is a farmer.
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There were 3 children, b. Westfield, Mass.

2825. I. RALPH ALLYN MOORE, b. April 13, 1889.
2826. II. MILDRED ESTELLA MOORE, b. Aug. 6, 1894.
2827. III. LEWIS AUGUSTUS MOORE, b. Oct. 23. 1898.

1605. LEWIS LYMAN MOORE b. Gouverneur, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1866; m.
Fannie Maria Ashley, Holyoke, Mass., Oct. 14, 1891.

There was 1 child.

2828. I. ASHLEY MARION MOORE, b. Holyoke, Mass., Dec. 19, 1893.

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Parents Seventh Generation,

Children Eighth.

1610. MATILDA LOUISA SEELEY, b. Vergennes, Vt., Aug. 11, 1801; m. John Lewis,
son of Dr. Christian Eberhardt and Anna Maria Magdalena (Schuler) Thomas, in
Baltimore, Md., March 23, 1820. Anna Schuler was a lineal descendant of Melchior
Mayer, who was Stadthauptmann of the Free Imperial City of Ulm, Germany, in 1550.

There were 14 children, all b. Baltimore, Md., except the last 6.

2829. I. * EDWARD LEWIS THOMAS, b. Dec. 28, 1820.
2830. II. * MATILDA ELIZABETH THOMAS, b. --.
2831. III. * AUGUSTUS MOORE THOMAS, b. Nov. 23, 1823.
2832. IV. * LOUISA CATHARINE THOMAS, b. Sept. 27, 1825.
2833. V. MARY JANE THOMAS, b. --; m. George Franklin Gephart, Cumberland,
Md.; no issue.
2834. VI. * RHODA ANN THOMAS, b. --.
2835. VII. JOHN A. P. THOMAS, b. --.
2836. VIII. * JOHN LEWIS THOMAS, b. May 30, 1835.
2837. IX. * VIRGINIA ALVERDA THOMAS, b. Winchester, Va.
2838. X. WILLIAM A. THOMAS, b. Winchester, Va.
2839. XI. WILLIAM L. THOMAS, b. Winchester, Va.
2840. XII. CATHARINE THOMAS, b. Winchester, Va.
2841. XIII. WILLIAM THOMAS, b. Winchester, Va.
2842. XIV. * LAURA SEELEY THOMAS, b. Cumberland, Md.

1617. EMMA MINERVA MOORE, b. Oct. 14, 1845; m. Feb. 7, 1865, at Burlington,
Vt., Charles Henry, son of Andrew and Harriet (Mills) Bain. Charles Henry Bain was b. at
Bristol, Vt., July 5, 1839. He is a retired farmer, residing at Middlebury, Vt. He served in
the army from 1861 to 1864; has been one of the selectmen of the town, and has held
several other minor offices.

There were 3 children, b. Middlesex, Vt.

2843. I. HOMER MOORE BAIN, b. Sept. 26, 1867; m. at Middlebury, March
5, 1890, Amma A. Severance. Res. Middlebury.
2844. II. BURLEY CARL BAIN, b. Sept. 2, 1869; m. at Arkadelphia, Arkansas,
April 17, 1900, Lizzie Alice McNutt. He is a physician. Res.
Hope, Ark.
2845. III. GASKA RICH BAIN, b. Oct. 25, 1878.

1618. WILLIAM CHAUNCEY MOORE, b. Oct. 30, 1847; m. at Middlebury, Vt.,
March 5, 1874, Laura Estelle, dau. of Alphonso Thompson and Emeline Clarissa (Abbey)
Amidon. Mrs. Moore was b. at Middlebury, Vt., June 15, 1856, and d. there, Dec. 29,
1898. Mr. Moore is a farmer; res. Middlebury, Vt.
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They had 6 children, all but 1 b. Middlebury, Vt.

2846. I. ERNEST WILLIAM MOORE, b. Nov. 11, 1875; m. Sept. 15, 1897,
Christine Schobert, at Worcester, Mass., where he resides.
2847. II. MINNIE ESTELLE MOORE, b. March 6, 1877.
2848. III. BURLEY FRANK MOORE, b. May 2, 1883.
2849. IV. ILA MAY MOORE, b. Jan. 18, 1888.
2850. V. DELIA ELLSWORTH MOORE, b. Cornwall, Vt., Aug. 11, 1893.
2851. VI. ELLEN EMELINE MOORE, b. Sept. 28, 1895.

1619. OTTO PHELPS MOORE, b. Jan. 31, 1850; m. at Lebanon, N. Y., Kate,
dau. of Edmund Kirby and Emma Jane (Perkins) Severance. Mrs. Moore was b. at
Middlebury, Vt., Nov. 15, 1869. Mr. Moore taught school several years, holds the
office of lister, owns a market and farm, and is at present a trial justice (1901).

They have 2 children, b. at Middlesex, Vt.

2852. I. BLANCH EMMA MOORE, b. July 31, 1882.
2853. II. BELLE ELLEN MOORE, b. Nov. 3, 1883.

1620. MILO KINSLEY MOORE, b. Nov. 26, 1852, at Bristol, Vt.; m. there, June
18, 1877, Marion Helen, dau. of Henry and Clara Louise (Amidon) Abbey. Mr.
Moore resided in Middlesex, Vt. He was a school teacher 7 years, assessor 3 years,
school commissioner 6 years, and superintendent of schools 1 year. He is a dealer in
musical instruments and owns a small farm.

They have 4 children, b. at Middlesex, Vt.

2854. I. FORDYCE MILO MOORE, b. May 14, 1879.
2855. II. MILDRED JULIA MOORE, b. Jan. 15, 1883.
2856. III. MAYNARD CLEVELAND MOORE, b. Nov. 8, 1890.
2857. IV. MILO KINSLEY MOORE, b. Sept. 12, 1895.

1624. CHAUNCEY MOORE RUBLEE, b. Nov. 25, 1821; m. June 6, 1850, at
Montpelier, Vt., Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of Dr. Charles and Clarissa (Boyden) Clark.
She b. at Calais, Vt., March 8, 1827; d. at Montpelier, Feb. 14, 1855; he d. there,
June 26, 1870. Both are buried at Green Mountain Cemetery, Montpelier.

Mr. Rublee was a physician and surgeon and was a graduate of the Medical School
at Woodstock, Vt. He traveled in Europe in 1848, spending 9 months in Paris during
the revolution. He was one of the examining surgeons for pensions, which office he
held at the time of his death. He was a member of the Congregational Church in
Montpelier for 25 years. He was never strong physically, but he was devoted to his
profession and attained a wide reputation in the part of the state where he resided.

There was 1 child.

2858. I. * CHARLES CLARK RUBLEE, b. Montpelier, Vt., Oct. 31, 1852.

1633. ORSEY BALDWIN, b. Aurora, Ohio, April 14, 1819; m. Stoughton, the son
of Adamson and Mary (Brooks) Bentley,

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in Aurora, in 1838. He b. Warren, Ohio, May 9, 1814; d. Birmingham, Ohio, Sept. 5,
1852. He was a clerk. Mrs. Bentley m. 2d, Joel Chapman, of Mantua, Ohio. She d. July
3, 1902, at Spokane, Wash.; buried at Mantua, Ohio.

There were 6 children. (See The Higleys and their Ancestry.)

2859. I. HENRY BALDWIN BENTLEY, b. Solon, Ohio, Dec. 4, 1839. He d.
Feb. 11, 1862, a member of the 42d Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
His body was returned to Mantua, Ohio, for burial, where a
great concourse of relatives and friends attended the last sad
rites;
"But the maiden of his bosom,
Wept when all their tears were dried."
2860. II. MARY ORSEY BENTLEY, b. Aurora, Ohio, Aug. 6, 1841; m. C. R.
Harmon, Aurora, Aug. 3, 1865; no issue.
2861. III. * LUNA ALICIA BENTLEY, b. Solon, Ohio, Aug. 26, 1844; m. Omer
W. Folsom.
2862. IV. CHARLES STOUGHTON BENTLEY, b. Orange, Ohio. Sept. 4, 1846;
graduated in 1870, Hillsdale College, Mich.; m. May 4, 1874,
Isabella Kempton, dau. of Henry, at North Adams, Mich.
He m. 2d, Mary Logan Derthick, of Shalersville, Ohio. Child
by first m. b. March 30, 1875. Mr. Bentley is a lawyer and
judge of court, in Cleveland, Ohio.
2863. V. EMILY AMANDA BENTLEY, b. Orange, Ohio, Aug. 1, 1849; m.
March 3, 1877, Prof. John H. Butler, of Hillsdale, Mich.
2864. VI. OLIVE HASKELL BENTLEY, b. Solon, Ohio, May 15, 1852; m.
Thomas R. Jones, at Spokane, Wash.

1645. ANN ELIZABETH MOODY, b. Fulton, N. Y., Jan. 11, 1841; m. Charles
Kellogg, at Fulton, N. Y. He b. Minden, N. Y., Dec. 4. 1839. Mr. Kellogg is 5 feet, 7
inches high, light hair and blue eyes. Attorney and counselor of the supreme court of
New York. He was admitted to the bar, at Albany, 1861 or '62; state senator 1874 and
'75. He is a Republican and fairly active as a party man. He believes in the "machine" in
politics, without corruption, as the best means of promoting the good of all.

There are 2 children, b. Chittenango, N. Y.

2865. I. * DANIEL F. KELLOGG, b. March 19, 1865.
2866. II. BETSEY CASE KELLOGG, b. Aug. 17, 1874.

1648. ORVILLE C. CHILDS, b. Troy, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1827; m. Martha Dickinson,
1853. He d. Aug. 15, 1900, and she 1895, at Buffalo, N. Y.

There were 2 children, b. Syracuse, N. Y.

2867. I. CLARABEL CHILDS, b. Jan. 29, 1857; m. 1880, Charles H. Filkins,
of Syracuse.
2868. II. OLIVE CHILDS, b. Jan. 13, 1861.

1650. ELIZA ANN CHILD, b. April 23, 1836, m. 1853, Samuel Everhart. He b. 1829.
Res. Berlin, Mich.

There were 4 children.

2869. I. FLOYD JOHNSON EVERHART, b. April 11, 1855.
2870. II. EPHRAIM EVERHART, b. April 11, 1855.
2871. III. CARRIE ESTELLA EVERHART, b. Nov. 24, 1857.
2872. IV. GEORGE WRIGHT EVERHART, b. Oct. 29, 1863.

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1651. GEORGE W. CHILD, b. Dec. 1, 1839; m. Mary C. Lefever.

There were 2 children, b. Muskegon, Mich.

2873. I. CHARLES SANFORD CHILD, b. Feb. 17, 1867.
2874. II. WILLIAM ORVILLE CHILD, b. Jan. 15, 1869.

1653. JOHN HINMAN CHILDS, b. Sept. 20, 1839; m. Frances Amelia, dau. of Burr
Burton, Esq., in 1863. He d. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1891.

They had 7 children, b. Syracuse, N. Y.

2875. I. FANNY CHILDS, b. Aug. 19, 1865; m. Joseph M. Hill, 1891.
2876. II. MARY G. CHILDS, b. Dec. 13, 1866; m. Howard E. Baker, 1887.
2877. III. JOHN CHILDS, b. June 19, 1868; m. Nettie Skinner, Chicago, Ill.
2878. IV. CARRIE CHILDS, b. Aug. 26, 1874; m. Henry P. Warner, 1899.
2879. V. FLORENCE CHILDS, b. Sept. 6, 1876; d. Nov. 16, 1884.
2880. VI. GEORGINE M. CHILDS, b. Sept. 20, 1879.
2881. VII. HAMILTON E. CHILDS, b. May 18, 1885.

1654. EPHRAIM FITZ GERALD, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1830; m. 1854, Ella
Alford; she b. 1830.

There were 2 children.

2882. I. HARRIET T. FITZ GERALD, b. Aug. 27, 1857; d. Oct. 28, 1867.
2883. II. ELIZABETH FITZ GERALD, b. Oct. 24, 1859, Phoenix, N. Y.; m.
Ernest E. Burleigh, 1891.

1655. CYRENIUS C. FITZ GERALD, b. March 19, 1833, Saratoga Co., N. Y.; d. El
Paso, Texas, July 24, 1896. He was an eminent mining engineer. He m. 1st, Maria M.
Gomez, of Nicaraugua, in 1859, and had 4 children. He m. 2d, Mary A., dau. of Hon. John
K. Porter, of Albany, N. Y.; no issue. He m. 3d, 187-, Wilhelmina Graves, of New Haven,
Conn.; 2 children.

2884. I. JOHN RINALDO FITZ GERALD, b. Sept. 13. 1860; physician, Minneapolis,
Minn.; surgeon and major of 13th Minnesota Volunteers,
Philippine Islands; m. Ella Stanfield, 1887.
2885. II. GEORGE E FITZ GERALD, b. Aug. 15, 1863; mining engineer; m.
Jennie Fisk.
2886. III. THERESA M. FITZ GERALD, b. Aug. 15, 1865; m. Jeptha Bright,
lawyer; res. South Pittsburg, Tenn.
2887. IV. DONALD F. FITZ GERALD, b. Nov. 29, 1866; Lieut. 13th Minnesota
Volunteers, Manila.
2888. V. WILHELMINA FITZ GERALD, b. Oct. 20, 1878.
2889. VI. HAROLD G. FITZ GERALD, b. Aug. 25, 1882.

1656. FRANKLIN A. FITZ GERALD, b. Syracuse, N. Y., May 28, 1834; m. Ada H.,
dau. of Judge Ziba Leland, of Saratoga Co., N. Y., in 1854.; res. Brunswick, Ga.

There were 4 children.

2890. I. AMELIA T. FITZ GERALD, b. Sept. 28, 1855.
2891. II. JOHN L. FITZ GERALD, b. Sept. 28, 1859.
2892. III. NELLIE FITZ GERALD, b. Sept. 28, 1861.
2893. IV. LOUISA FITZ GERALD, b. July 15, 1875.

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1657. ELIZABETH BELL CHILDS, b. Oct. 20, 1840; m. Theodore L.
Scott, Feb. 9, 1869. He was cashier of the Albany Exchange Bank; d. Feb.
22, 1881.

They had 1 child.

2894. I. MARTHA BELL SCOTT, b. Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1870.

1658. DANIEL BREWER CHILDS, b. May 5, 1843; m. 1st, 1867, Mary
B., dau. of Colonel Robert Powers, of Waterford, N. Y. She d. in 1887. He
m. 2d, in 1888, Katharine B., dau. of Dr. Jonathan and Mary (Peet) Cass, of
Great Barrington, Mass. Dr. Cass was a surgeon in the army during the War of
the Rebellion. Mr. Childs is a lawyer in New York. Mr. Childs has furnished
the Record of the descendants of Anna (Moore) Woodworth (No. 120).

There are 3 children by 2d marriage.

2895. I. STERLING CASS CHILDS, b. May 12, 1889.
2896. II. HARALD WINTHROP CHILDS, b. Oct. 20, 1891.
2897. III. KATHARINE CASS CHILDS, b. June 12, 1895.

1659. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS CHILDS, b. March 9, 1846; m. Julia M.,
dau. of James W. and Elizabeth ((???)) Selleck, Englewood, N. J. He is
president of the Law Telephone Co.

There are 5 children, b. Englewood, N. J.

2898. I. ALFRED DEFOREST CHILDS, b. Sept. 15, 1879.
2899. II. THEODORE SCOTT CHILDS, b. Dec. 20, 1880.
2900. III. MARION GREGORY CHILDS, b. Aug. 17, 1882.
2901. IV. ARTHUR ELIOT CHILDS, b. April 21, 1885.
2902. V. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS CHILDS, b. March 5, 1888.

1660. FRANKLIN EARLL CHILDS, b. Oct. 16, 1848; m. 1878, Mary
Irene Sabin. He is a prominent organist and music teacher, Rochester, N. Y.

They have 4 children, b. Bay City, Mich.

2903. I. EMALITA P. CHILDS, b. Oct. 21, 1879; m. Walter A. Moore.
Child, Evelyn Childs Moore, b. Feb. 15, 1899.
2904. II. DANIEL B. CHILDS, b. Sept. 28, 1881.
2905. III. GEORGE W. CHILDS, b. Feb. 12, 1884.
2906. IV. BERTHA P. CHILDS, b. Oct. 31, 1885.

1668. HENRY J. MONTGOMERY, b. Aug. 17, 1852; m. Cora Cook, Jan.
1, 1877.

They have 5 children.

2907. I. JEANETTA MONTGOMERY, b. --.
2908. II. ETTA MONTGOMERY, b. --.
2909. III. GRACE MONTGOMERY, b. --.
2910. IV. HARRY J. MONTGOMERY, b. --.
2911. V. FLORENCE MONTGOMERY, b. --.

1669. MARY ELLA MONTGOMERY, b. Jan. 10, 1855; m. Wm. Van
Duzar.

They have 2 children.

2912. I. LAURA B. VAN DUZAR, b. --.
2913. II. CLARKE M. VAN DUZAR, b. --.
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1670. AGNES AMELIA MONTGOMERY, b. Dec. 5, 1857; m. Frank L.
Lipsey.

They had 2 children.

2914. I. CHARLOTTE PAULINE LIPSEY, b. --.
2915. II. ELIZABETH MAE LIPSEY, b. --.

1683. SCHUYLER S. MOORE, b. Malta, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1849; m. Kittie,
dau. of George S. and Margaret L. (West) Kenyon, at Troy, N. Y., July 27,
1872. She b. Troy, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1850. Mr. Moore was a successful
commercial traveler for 30 years, and is now vice president and manager of a
large mining and milling enterprise in Arizona. Height 5 feet 9 inches; weight
180 pounds; dark hair and eyes. Mrs. Moore is 5 feet, 2 inches high; weight
120 pounds, hair and eyes brown. Res. 207 W. 69th St., New York.

There were 2 children, b. Troy, N. Y.

2916. I. IRENE K. MOORE, b. March 25, 1874.
2917. II. BESSIE W. MOORE, b. Sept. 23, 1877.

1684. ELLA LOUISA MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1856; m.
Oct. 15, 1879, George W. Voorhees; he b. Nov. 15, 1856; the son of John
Voorhees. Res. Stillwater, N. Y.

They had 1 child.

2918. I. SCHUYLER H. VOORHEES, b. Oct. 16, 1884.

1696. SEYMOUR J. MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1853; m. Mary
Cooper, at Stillwater, June 22, 1882. His res. is Mechanicsville, N. Y.

There was 1 child.

2919. I. MINNIE C. MOORE, b. Oct. 16, 1883.

1699. LOUISE F. MOORE, b. Stillwater, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1862; m. 1st,
Fred. Hubble, at Stillwater, Nov. 22, 1887. She m. 2d, Ralph C. Van Keuran,
of New York City. He is in the shirt manufacturing business in New York.

There were 3 children, by 2d marriage.

2920. I. RALPH VAN KEURAN, b. --, 1895.
2921. II. CLARENCE VAN KEURAN, b. --, 1899.
2922. III. (???) (???).

1709. JOHN HENRY BARROWS, b. Medina, Mich., July 11, 1847; m.
Sarah Eleanor, dau. of Thomas and Sarah Ann (Cowden) Mole, May 6,
1875, at Williamstown, Mass., the place of her birth. He was a minister and
educator; d. June 3, 1902. The following notice is from The Bibliotheca Sacra
of July, 1902:

PRESIDENT JOHN HENRY BARROWS.
The sudden death, from pneumonia, of President John Henry Barrows, upon
June 3, will be deeply felt by the whole Christian world, as well as by the
immediate
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constituency whose interests he was so ably serving in connection with Oberlin College
and Theological Seminary.

Dr. Barrows was born in Medina, Mich., July 11, 1847. Both his father and mother were
among the earliest graduates at Oberlin. At the age of twenty he graduated from the
classical course in Olivet College, where his father was professor of the physical
sciences. His theological course was pursued at Union, Yale, and Andover seminaries.
He was settled over Congregational churches in Springfield, Ill., Lawrence and East
Boston, Mass., and finally, for fifteen years, over the First Presbyterian Church of
Chicago.

Early in his career, Dr. Barrows obtained wide popularity as a lecturer upon a variety of
patriotic, biographical, literary, moral, and religious subjects. During his pastorate in
Chicago he was chiefly instrumental in organizing, in connection with the Columbian
Exposition, the unique and most important World Parliament of Religions, at which there
were gathered the leading representatives of every religion and sect in the wide world.
This was regarded by Max Muller as "one of the most memorable events in the history of
the world." The fruits of this parliament are preserved in two volumes, of eight hundred
pages each, containing the papers which had been read. The great work of editing this
was performed by Dr. Barrows in the midst of his pastoral duties, and remains the most
important single monument of his life's work.

As an outcome of the World's Parliament of Religions, the Haskell Lectureship of
Comparative Religion, with Dr. Barrows as the incumbent, was founded in Chicago
University. Among the incidents of this lectureship was a tour (1897-98) of India, Japan,
and China, in which he gave more than one hundred lectures and addresses to native
audiences.

Dr. Barrows published many single sermons and discourses, and was a valued
contributor to the pages of the Bibliotheca Sacra. He also published six books: "I believe
in God," "Life of Henry Ward Beecher," "The World's Parliament of Religion," "A World
Pilgrimage," "Christianity the World Religion," and "Christian Conquest of Asia"

His death occurred while he was still engaged in intense activities of every kind, and in the
midst of innumerable broad plans for the promotion of the highest interests of the civic,
educational, moral, and religious improvement of mankind. Surely the ways of the Lord
are higher than ours, and His thoughts past finding out. It is only by the exercise of the
sublimest faith that, in the presence of such an affliction, one can say, "He doeth all things
well."

There were 5 children.

2923. I. MARY ELEANOR BARROWS, b. Feb. 28, 1876, Lawrence, Mass.
2924. II. KATHARINE MOORE BARROWS, b. Aug. 8, 1878, Lawrence, Mass.
2925. III. JOHN MANNING BARROWS, b. East Boston, Mass., Sept. 29, 1880;
d. Nov. 16, 1893.
2926. IV. ARTHUR STANHOPE BARROWS, b. Chicago, Ill., Aug. 22, 1887.
2927. V. ELEANOR AGNES BARROWS, b. Chicago, Ill., Oct. 23, 1889.

1713. SARAH JANE LAIZURE, b. April 10, 1842; m. Emmet Headington, at Cadiz,
Ohio, Oct. 26, 1862. Emmet Headington entered the service in 1861. He was a
volunteer aid on the staff of Gen. Hugh Ewing at the battle of Antietam, where he was
promoted. In 1864, he was made captain and commissary of subsistence, and was
mustered out of the service, July 14, 1865, with the rank of brevet major. He was b.
Knox Co., Ohio, Jan. 1, 1839; d. Frankfort, Kan., March 13, 1888.

There were 7 children.

2928. I. HUGH E. HEADINGTON, b. Cadiz, Ohio, Dec. 30, 1864; d. Nov.
21, 1897.
2929. II. CHARLES H. HEADINGTON, b. Jan. 12, 1867; d. Marshalltown, Iowa,
Oct. 1868.
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2930. III. JENNIE R. HEADINGTON, b. Marshalltown, Iowa, Nov. 30, 1869; m.
Oscar P. Rosencrans, Beatrice, Neb., March 27, 1888.
2931. IV. HARRY H. HEADINGTON, b. Cadiz, Ohio, April 14, 1873.
2932. V. NANCY S. HEADINGTON, b. Cadiz, Ohio, April 21, 1875; m. Howard
Reed, at Frankfort, Kan., April 14, 1897.
2933. VI. ELIZA L. HEADINGTON, b. Cadiz, Ohio, July 7, 1877.
2934. VII. DAVID P. HEADINGTON, b. Cadiz, Dec. 4, 1880.

1716. AMANDA WOOD LAIZURE, b. Sept. 23, 1849; m. William T. Wood, Cadiz,
Ohio, Oct. 28, 1875.

There were 4 children, b. Cadiz, Ohio.

2935. I. FREDERICK CHARLES WOOD, b. March 19, 1877; m. Anna Stevenson,
Jan. 30, 1900.
2936. II. EDITH OWEN WOOD, b. Jan. 9, 1879.
2937. III. ROBERT WOOD, b. Jan. 4, 1884.
2938. IV. RALPH MOORE WOOD, b. Dec. 31, 1889.

1720. ELLA ROSALTHA MOORE, b. Granville, Ohio, July 24, 1848; m. Carlton
Frederick, son of Lucius and Clarissa (Hovey) Humphrey, Granville, Ohio, Dec. 18, 1873.
He was b. Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 22, 1845.

There were 4 children, all but the first, b. at Columbus, Ohio.

2939. I. FREDERICK H. HUMPHREY, b. Aug. 30, 1875; d. July 12, 1876.
2940. II. EDWIN MOORE HUMPHREY, b. May 21, 1877.
2941. III. EMILY LAURA HUMPHREY, b. May 22, 1879; d. June 2, 1883.
2942. IV. WALTER ALLEN HUMPHREY, b. June 26, 1881.

1726. RUSSELL GEORGE, b. Cadiz, Ohio, Oct. 14, 1863; m. Florence Goode, at Des
Moines, Iowa, Oct. 1887.

There was 1 child.

2943. I. LOWRY GEORGE, b. July 25, 1888.

1727. EMMA GEORGE, b. Eddyville, Iowa, Sept. 19, 1865; m. Joseph Addison Dyer, at
Des Moines, Iowa. He is an attorney.

They have 6 children.

2944. I. BEN GEORGE DYER, b. Oberlin, Kansas, Jan. 15, 1887.
2945. II. MADGE DYER, b. Oberlin, Kansas, July 18, 1888.
2946. III. ROLAND MOORE DYER, b. Oberlin, Kansas, July 25, 1890.
2947. IV. MILDRED DYER, b. Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 5, 1892.
2948. V. THOMAS L. DYER, b. Feb. 12, 1895.
2949. VI. MARIAN DYER, b. Aug. 28, 1896.

1729. ROSELLA CAROLINE MOORE, b. Bloomfield, Conn., Dec. 6, 1853; m. at
Bloomfield, June 29, 1870, Harlan Pease Andrus, of Simsbury, Conn. He d. Jan. 3, 1873,
without issue. She m. 2d, Oct. 15, 1874, Joseph, son of Edwin and Bethia (Wells)
Caswell, of West Hartford, Conn. He was b. Oct. 5, 1845, at Hartford (Blue Hills), Conn.
He d. West Hartford, Conn., April 14, 1896. The widow resides in West Hartford.

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There were 6 children.

2950. I. JOSEPH MOORE CASWELL, b. Aug. 30, 1875.
2951. II. CHARLES SEYMOUR CASWELL, b. Aug. 29, 1877.
2952. III. CAROLINE CASWELL, b. March 2, 1881.
2953. IV. BELLE EVORA CASWELL, b. April 13, 1883.
2954. V. FREDERICK CASWELL, b. Feb. 2, 1886.
2955. VI. HELEN CASWELL, b. Nov. 11, 1892.

1730. CAROLINE SARAH MOORE, b. June 6, 1855; m. at Bloomfield, Conn., Oct. 5,
1871, Joseph, the son of Edwin and Bethia (Wells) Caswell, b. Oct. 5, 1845. She d. Feb. 19,
1874, at West Hartford, Conn. He m. 2d, Rosella C. Moore.

There were 2 children by first wife, b. at West Hartford.

2956. I. JENNIE CASWELL, b. Aug. 26, 1872; d. Oct. 17, 1872.
2957. II. SUSAN CASWELL, b Dec. 6, 1873.

1731. LEWIS COLLINS MOORE, b. Bloomfield, Conn., Jan. 25, 1860; m. at Hartford,
Conn., May 2, 1881, Evora Isabel, dau. of Edwin and Cordelia (Sharpe) Johnson. She was b.
Hartford, Conn., May 26, 1864. He is a farmer, of Bloomfield, Conn.

There were 2 children.

2958. I. EDWIN LEWIS MOORE, b. Nov. 27, 1883.
2959. II. GRACE ISABEL MOORE, b. Jan. 5, 1888, at West Hartford.

1732. REUBEN GILLETT, b. Poolville, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1807; d. Sheffield township, Ohio,
Sept. 23, 1863; buried at Gageville, Ohio. He m. Susannah, the dau. of Elijah and Hannah (?)
(Snow) Hawse, at Poolville, N. Y., April 11, 1831. She b. Plainfield, Mass., Oct. 27, 1806; d.
April 11, 1890, at Sheffield, and buried at Gageville, Ohio. He was a farmer.

There were 5 children, all b. Poolville, N. Y.

2960. I. ORVILLE REVILO GILLETT, b. June 12, 1833; d. Feb. 22, 1835.
2961. II. ELIZA LOVERNA GILLETT, b. Jan. 28, 1838; m. Charles Crandall,
Nov. 12, 1861. She d. without issue, March 23, 1870.
2962. III. MYRTA EMOGENE GILLETT, b. May 15, 1843; d. Feb. 13, 1873; unmarried.
2963. IV. ELLEN EMORETTE GILLETT, b. May 12, 1844; d. Sept. 5, 1863;
unmarried.
2964. V. MELVIN LEROY GILLETT, b. Dec. 16, 1845; unmarried. He served
during the War of the Rebellion in the 196th O. V. I., Co. "E."

1737. CHARLES HENRY MOORE, b. Manlius, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1818; d. Albion, N. Y., Aug.
3, 1893. He m. Marcia, the dau. of Micah and Hannah (Smith) Harrington, at Caneadea, N. Y.,
Aug. 25, 1841. She b. Shelby, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1821; d. Albion, N. Y., March 26, 1888. He
was a financier.

There were 2 children.

2965. I. * JULIA LOUISE MOORE, b. Caneadea, N. Y., June 3, 1842.
2966. II. ALICE KIDDER MOORE, b. Albion, N. Y., May 19, 1845; d. May 26,
1862.

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1739. NANCY KIDDER MOORE, b. Manlius, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1824; m. Shelby A., son
of Micah and Hannah (Smith) Harrington, at Manlius, N. Y., June 9, 1847. He b. Shelby,
N. Y., Feb. 4, 1818; d. Coldwater, Mich., April 1877. He was a contractor on public
works.

There were 2 children.

2967. I. * HENRY MOORE HARRINGTON, b. Albion, N. Y., April 30, 1849.
2968. II. * CHARLES DEVEREUX HARRINGTON, b. Coldwater, Mich., Sept. 19,
1863.

1743. MARY ANN EMELIE MOORE, b. Manlius, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1833; m. Randall
W., the son of Isaac and Lucy (Macdonald) Smith, at Freeport, Ill., Sept. 26, 1860. He b.
Dexter, Maine, Jan. 2, 1818; d. Racine, Wis., June 18, 1890. He was superintendent of
railroad construction. Miss Moore was his 2d wife.

There were 3 children.

2969. I. KATHERINE LOUISE SMITH, b. Freeport, Ill., Sept. 25, 1861.
2970. II. ALICE MOORE SMITH, b. Freeport, Ill., June 8, 1863; d. Oct. 19,
1896.
2971. III. GEORGE HAROLD SMITH, b. Racine, Wis., March 2, 1868; lawyer,
Minneapolis, Minn., 613, N. Y. Life Building.

1747. MARY HARWOOD, b. Rupert, Vt., Dec. 30, 1820; m. Hewitt, the son of David
and -- (Edgerton) Blakeley, at Rupert. He b. Pawlet, Vt.; is a farmer there.

There were 4 children.

2972. I. MARIA BLAKELEY, b. --; m. Stewart Rule.
2973. II. CARL BLAKELEY, b. --; m. Nellie Pearsons.
2974. III. ROLLIN BLAKELEY, b. --.
2975. IV. JULIA BLAKELEY, b. --; m. -- Plue.

1753. JULIA FRANCES MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Jan. 4, 1824; d. Northville, N. Y.,
May 8, 1870; m. Michael Welden, son of John and Phoebe (Wright) Newton, at
Northville, Jan. 4, 1844. He b. Clifton Park, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1816. He m. 2d, March 30,
1871, Margaret Jane Barker.

There were 3 children.

2976. I. * ELIZABETH JANE NEWTON, b. Northville, N. Y., June 23, 1846.
2977. II. JOHN NEWTON, b. West Milton, N. Y , June 15, 1853.
2978. III. FRANK WELDON NEWTON, b. Northville, May 23, 1862; d. March
10, 1863.

1754. DELIA ELIZA MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Oct. 20, 1825; m. Aaron Case, son of
Reuben and Lydia (Case) Slocum, at Northville, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1846. He b. Northville,
Dec. 30, 1823; d. there, July 16, 1891. He was a millwright. He enlisted in 1862 and was
mustered as 2d lieutenant of the 115th N. Y. Reg., Co. "E." He was wounded at
Strawberry Plains by a shell and never recovered from the injury. He served to the close
of the war when he was mustered out of the service with the brevet rank of
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captain. Capt. Slocum was often honored by his fellow townsmen with positions of trust.

There were 8 children, b. Northville, N. Y.

2979. I. * LYDIA FRANCELIA SLOCUM, b. Dec. 19, 1846.
2980. II. * HARMON BLACKMER SLOCUM, b. March 21, 1849.
2981. III. * STILLMAN REUBEN SLOCUM, b. Dec. 17, 1850.
2982. IV. * DARIUS MOORE SLOCUM, b. March 26, 1853.
2983 V. * FRANCES ELIZABETH SLOCUM, b. May 11, 1855.
2984. VI. * FLORENCE EVELYN SLOCUM, b. Sept. 22, 1857.
2985. VII. EMILY HELEN SLOCUM, b. July 28, 1860; m. William James Rowley,
Decatur, Mich., Jan. 29, 1891; d. Jan. 22, 1896, without issue.
2986. VIII. * BERTHA ADELLE SLOCUM, b. Sept. 1, 1867.

1755. SILAS HARWOOD MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., July 28, 1821; m. 1st, Mary
Burton, who d., and he m. 2d, Maria Blakely, June 10, 1854. He d. La Crosse, Wis.,
1855.

There were 3 children.

2987. I. LAURA BURTON MOORE, b Jan. 25, 1847; d. 1856.
2988. II. CHARLES EDWARD MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Dec. 15, 1849; civil
engineer; res. Santa Clara, Cal.
2989. III. SILAS H. MOORE, b. May 17, 1855; druggist, Sioux City, Iowa.

1757. MARY ANN MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., July 11, 1825; d. Pawlet, Vt., Dec. 24,
1891. She m. Oliver L., son of Elisha and Mary (Loomis) Warner, at Rupert, March 27,
1849. He was b. at Rupert, July 8, 1825.

There were 3 children, b. Pawlet, Vt.

2990. I. JESSIE AURILLA WARNER, b. Feb. 17, 1850; m. Andrew Bradford
Engrem, Pawlet, Sept. 17, 1873; no issue.
2991. II. * MARY ADAMS WARNER, b. Jan. 5, 1857.
2992. III. FANNY E. WARNER, b. Nov. 16, 1861; d. Nov. 26, 1863.

1760. RHODA MARIA MOORE, b. Dorset, Vt., Oct. 24, 1854; m. Robert Titus, son
of Herman and Mary (Calvert) Coan, at Albion, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1890. He b.
Lyndonville, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1848. He is a banker.

There was 1 child.

2993. I. ROBERT TITUS COAN, b. Albion, N. Y., July 25, 1893.

1761. JOHN J. MOORE, b. Dorset, Vt., Feb. 1, 1822; m. Lucia Clinton Hicks, at
Oshkosh, Wis., Nov. 26, 1866. She b. Monroe, Ohio, Dec. 3, 1837.

Mr. Moore moved to Oshkosh, Wis., in June, 1863. He began business by buying an
interest in a marble establishment, but for more than 30 years he has conducted the
business alone. Since 1872, he has never been without some responsible position,
conferred upon him by his fellow citizens. He has been alderman, school commissioner,
member of the county board, president of the board of trustees for the insane, and a
member of the vestry of Trinity Church for the last 25 years. He has been a director of

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the National Union Bank of Oshkosh continuously since 1872. He has held the offices of
vice president, president, and cashier of the bank. He resigned the place of cashier in
1884, as the labor was too arduous and the care too great. He is still (Dec., 1898) a
member of the discount committee and attends to his duties fully.

There was 1 child.

2994. I. JOHN J. MOORE, b. Oshkosh, Wis., March 20, 1869; d. Feb. 22,
1888.

1762. JULIETTE A. MOORE, b. Dorset, Vt. March 19, 1824; d. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Dec. 16, 1894. She m. Homer, son of Paddock and Betsey (Manley) Gray, at Dorset,
Vt. Feb. 25, 1846. He b. Dorset, Aug. 25, 1820; d. New York City, Dec. 27, 1884.
He was a marble dealer at Rhinebeck, N. Y.

There had 5 children.

2995. I. FLORENCE GRAY, b. Dorset, March 8, 1849.
2996. II. * GEORGE P. GRAY, b. Dorset, March 18, 1852.
2997. III. CARRIE (?) J. GRAY, b. Dorset, April 4, 1854.
2998. IV. FRANK H. GRAY, b. Rhinebeck, N. Y., May 27, 1856; m. July 21,
1885, Estelle M. Gebair.
2999. V. HELENE MOORE GRAY, b. Rhinebeck, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1868; m. Oct.
21, 1895, Frank D Canavello.

1764. MARY E. MOORE, b. Coventry, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1830; m. C. R., the son of
Aaron Clough, at Derby Center, Vt., Feb. 23, 1848. He. b. Potsdam, N. Y., April 2,
1827; d. Lenoxville, P. Q., Canada, Sept. 30, 1888. He was a wholesale flour and grain
dealer.

There were 2 children.

3000. I. * SIDNEY LORENZO CLOUGH, b. Derby Center, Vt., Dec. 3, 1849.
3001. II. MARY M. CLOUGH, b. Charleston, Vt., Aug. 27, 1852; she m. C.
D. Holmes, Newport, Vt., May 9, 1872. She m. 2d, H. H. Hak,
Nov., 1882, at Council Bluffs, Iowa.

1770. JOHN BUEL MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Sept. 30, 1844, m. Stella Church, at
Clinton, Iowa, June 5, 1869. She b. Granby, Conn., the dau. of Henry and Huldah
Pinney (Griswold) Church. He was a cashier and bookkeeper.

There were 5 children, b. Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

3002. I. ALBERT HENRY MOORE, b. Jan. 26, 1872; m. Marie Jordan, Clinton,
Iowa, Oct. 2, 1895. Child, Edward Moore, b. Chicago, Ill,
Nov. 2, 1896.
3003. II. STANLEY CHURCH MOORE, b. Nov. 23, 1878; m. Oct. 28, 1901, at
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Pearl, dau. of Joseph M. and Mary E.
(Simmons) Clark. She b. Clarence, Ill., Aug. 12, 1878.
3004. III. FAYETTE BUEL MOORE, b. June 11, 1886.
3005. IV. GLENN HARWOOD MOORE b. May 29, 1888.
3006. V. RAY CARLTON MOORE, b. Oct. 19, 1889.

1771. GROVE HARWOOD MOORE, b. Dorset, Vt., April 3, 1846; m. Augusta
James, Nov. 1, 1875, at Jamesville, N. Y.

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They had 4 children.

3007. I. FLORENCE ADELLE MOORE, b. Northville, N. Y. Sept. 6, 1866.
3008. II. HENRY HARWOOD MOORE, b. Winn, Maine, May 8. 1868.
3009. III. LAURA ESTELLE MOORE, b. Winn, Maine, July 18, 1871; d. about
6 months later.
3010. IV. BUEL MOORE, b. Northville, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1878.

1772. LAURA MARIA MOORE, b. Hope, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1848; m. Zopher Ford, at
Northville, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1876.

They had 2 children, b. Northville, N. Y.

3011. I. EVELYN FORD, b. July 20, 1878; d. June 5, 1882.
3012. II. STELLA MOORE FORD, b. Oct. 10, 1881.

1775. PHILO PERRY MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1821; m. Phoebe Jane, dau. of
Levi and Lucy (Wilson) Wheaton, at Chester, Mich., March 17, 1851. She b. Steuben Co.,
N. Y., Oct. 24, 1833; d. Chester, Mich., April 3, 1856. He m. 2d, Zilpha Miranda, dau. of
Robert McCoy and Mary Ann (Dwinell) Wheaton, Chester, Mich., May 3, 1857. She b.
Chester, Dec. 4, 1838. Mr. Moore was a sculptor and engraver on marble for 15 years and
a farmer.

He had 17 children, b. Chester, Eaton Co., Mich.

3013. I. * LUCY MEDORA MOORE, b. June 5, 1853.
3014. II. ELLEN ADELL MOORE, b. Jan. 29, 1856; d. July 12, 1871.
3015. III. LLEWELLYN ODELL MOORE, b. Aug. 11, 1858; m. Nellie M. Wilkinson,
Fergus, Mich., Sept. 12, 1888; no issue.
3016. IV. EDDIE WHEATON MOORE, b. Sept. 16, 1859; d. Sept. 4, 1860.
3017. V. * MARY JOSEPHINE MOORE, b. March 23, 1861.
3018. VI. WILLIAM PERRY MOORE, b. Oct. 11, 1862; d. Sept. 2, 1864.
3019. VII. WALTER IDELLO MOORE, b. March 29, 1864; d. July 30, 1896.
3020. VIII. * LLOYD HENRY MOORE, b. Nov. 11, 1865.
3021. IX. Infant boy, b. April 13, 1867; d. same day.
3022. X. WALLACE DORELL MOORE, b. Dec. 12, 1868; m. Libbie Mae Hilts,
Jamaica, Vt., Nov. 15, 1899.
3023. XI. * WELTHA IRENE MOORE, b. April 14, 1870.
3024. XII. * ALMON EUGENE MOORE, b. Oct. 23, 1871.
3025. XIII. * VIOLA EVALENE MOORE, b. May 28, 1874.
3026. XIV. VICTOR ALMERON MOORE, b. Oct. 13, 1875.
3027. XV. * LILLIAN EURENA MOORE, b. Jan. 17, 1878.
3028. XVI. ZILPHA LORENA MOORE, b. Nov. 27, 1879.
3029. XVII. WILLIS EVAN MOORE, b. Aug. 15, 1884.

1776. FLORA JEMIMA MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., April 8, 1823; d. Chester, Mich., Dec.
24, 1872. She m. George M. Fenn, who d. Chester, Mich., 1856. He was a farmer.

They had 5 children.

3030. I. DAVID M. FENN, b. Virgil, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1842; d. Aug. 3, 1862.
3031. II. SALLY ANN FENN, b. Aug. 16, 1844; d. May 20, 1852.
3032. III. HIRAM M. FENN, b. Chester, Mich., July 23, 1853; d. Aug. 29, 1856.
3033. IV. SYLVIA ANN FENN, b. Dec. 18, 1854; d. May 18, 1862.
3034. V. * GEORGE M. FENN, b. May 28, 1857.

1783. LYDIA JANE MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., March 27, 1836; d. Holland, Mich., Feb.
7, 1881. She m. Daniel F., son of

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Sampson Mainard and Esther (Blanding) Husted, at Auburn, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1862. He
m. 2d, Mrs. Rebecca Gladys Morrison, at Olive, Ottawa Co., Mich., Feb. 6, 1887. He
was a farmer.

There were 6 children, all except 1 b. at Lowell, Mich.

3035. I. OLIVE HUSTED, b. Nov. 15, 1864; d. Sept. 8, 1886; m. Fremont
Smith, 1881.
3036. II. DANIEL F. HUSTED, b. Dec. 20, 1866.
3037. III. FOREST W. HUSTED, b. Dec. 20, 1868; m. Mary Centilla, Nov. 1,
1890.
3038. IV. SAMPSON M. HUSTED, b. Oct. 25, 1872; d. March, 1873.
3039. V. ESTHER ANN HUSTED, b. Traverse, Mo., July 3, 1887; d. Sept. 3,
1887.
3040. VI. WALTER HUSTED, b. March 20, 1874.

1785. GEORGE W. MOORE b. Hartford, N. Y., May 22, 1840; m. Mary H., dau. of
J. D. and Selina J. (Allen) Calkins, at Cortland, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1869. She b. Cortland,
Feb. 9, 1851. He is a farmer. He served 3 years in Co. "A," 76th Reg. N. Y. Infantry.

There was 1 child.

3041. I. ALLEN J. MOORE, b. Cortland, N. Y., June 3, 1875; school teacher.

1789. JEMIMA S. CLARK, m. Thomas S. Davenport and had 2 children.

3042. I. * OLIVE M. DAVENPORT, b. May 15, 1855.
3043. II. * MARY AUGUSTA DAVENPORT, b. --.

1790. BRADLEY MOORE HOUSE, b. Virgil, N. Y., Nov. 27, 1826; m. Ophelia
Laverna, dau. of Page and Tirzah (Merrill) Greene, at McGrawville, N. Y., Aug. 13,
1851. She d. at Newton, Kansas, and he m. 2d, Mollie Barriclaw, July, 1880.

There were 5 children, b. Virgil, N. Y.

3044. I. * T. VERNETTE HOUSE, b. May 4, 1853.
3045. II. PAGE GREENE HOUSE, b. Nov. 7, 1855.
3046. III. PAGE MERRILL HOUSE, b. Nov. 12, 1857.
3047. IV. SEYMOUR O. HOUSE, b. May 9, 1860.
3048. V. VERNON A. HOUSE, b. April 7, 1867.

1793. JOHN CONRAD HOUSE, b. Virgil, N. Y., April 20, 1836; m. Mary C., dau. of
William and Hittie (Cook) Johnson, at Virgil, N. Y., July 4, 1864. She b. Lapeer, N. Y.,
Feb. 13, 1848; d. there, Dec. 4, 1898; buried at Marathon, N. Y. Mr. House taught
school 21 terms and is now a successful lawyer in the courts of Cortland Co., N. Y.,

There were 2 children, b. Virgil, N. Y.

3049. I. ORSON ALONZO HOUSE, b. Dec. 1, 1868. He is a graduate of college,
justice of the peace, and influential in the councils of the
Republican party.
3050. II. JOHN HOLLAND HOUSE, b. July 16, 1870; held several town offices.

1794. LURA DULCEY HOUSE, b. Virgil, N. Y., May 8, 1839; m. Charles M., son of
Edward and Mary (Tyler) Griswold, at
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Virgil, Jan. 1, 1861. He b. Dryden, N. Y., June 13, 1836. He is a farmer.

There were 6 children, b. Virgil, N. Y.

3051. I. * JOHN C. GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 22, 1862.
3052. II. CARRIE B. GRISWOLD, b. March 20, 1864; d. March 26, 1880.
3053. III. * LYDIA A. Griswold, b. Oct. 24, 1867.
3054. IV. LUCIE IRENA GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 5, 1870; m. Edgar J. Ellsworth,
Harford, June 10, 1896.
3055. V. FLORA L. GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 27, 1872.
3056. VI. JULIA E. GRISWOLD, b. March 23, 1874.

1797. JULIA LORETTA HOUSE, b. Virgil, N. Y., June 23, 1847; m. Frank, son
of John and Phoebe R. (Frank) Saltsman, at Virgil, April 7, 1869. He b. Virgil, Feb.
24, 1844. He is a farmer.

They have 2 children.

3057. I. * CARLTON LEE SALTSMAN, b. Dryden, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1869.
3058. II. RAY FRANK SALTSMAN, b. Virgil, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1878; m. Anna
Barnes, Jan. 7, 1899.

1798. SARAH LUCETTA HOUSE, b. Virgil, N. Y., March 6, 1851; m. William,
son of Thomas and Jane (Phelps) Stewart, at Virgil, April 5, 1877. He b. Dryden, N.
Y., Feb. 5, 1855; d. there, May 8, 1895. He was a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Virgil, N. Y.

3059. I. ARCHIE HOUSE STEWART, b. May 27, 1882.
3060. II. HAROLD WARD STEWART, b. Sept. 26, 1890.

1802. BENJAMIN H. GOLDEN, b. Harford, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1840; m. Rhoda,
dau. of Warren and Lucy (Cooley) Pierce, at Waverly, N. Y., March 11, 1865. She
b. Danby, N. Y., May 21, 1839; d. Speedsville, N. Y., June 14, 1871. He m. 2d,
Lucinda Haycook, Jan. 1, 1874.

There were 5 children.

3061. I. LUCY E. GOLDEN, b. Barton, N. Y., March 16, 1869; d. Aug. 24,
1872.
3062. II. MINNIE B. GOLDEN, b. Speedsville, N. Y., June 11, 1871; m. Fred
Starkins.
3063. III. MARY JANE GOLDEN, b. April 2, 1875; m. Will Larsey, May 24.
1893.
3064. IV. CHARLES B. GOLDEN, b. May 11, 1879.
3065. V. ALBERT O. GOLDEN, b. Ludlowville, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1886.

1804. SOPHRONIA JANE GOLDEN, b. Virgil, N. Y., May 11, 1845; m. Levi
Shevalier, Dryden, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1876. He b. Harford, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1849. He
is a fruit farmer and bee keeper, near Ithaca, N. Y.

There was 1 child.

3066. I. ADDIE MAY SHEVALIER, b. Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1880.

1808. WILLIAM HAMILTON MOORE, b. Dryden, N. Y., April 26, 1840; m.
Maria, dau. of Timothy and Harriet (Crosson) Pond,

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at Virgil, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1864. She b. Harford, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1848. Dealer in boots
and shoes.

There were 6 children, all but the first b. at Dryden, N. Y.

3067. I. CHARLES LINCOLN MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1864; d. Sept.
13, 1888.
3068. II. HARRIET EDITH MOORE, b. Dec. 22, 1866.
3069. III. SCHUYLER COLFAX MOORE, b. Dec. 25, 1868.
3070. IV. * ANNETTE MOORE, b. June 3, 1874.
3071. V. VICTORIA CAPRICE MOORE, b. Oct. 22, 1876.
3072. VI. WILLIAM FRANKLIN MOORE, b. Sept. 24, 1888.

1809. JULIA ETTE MOORE, b. Dryden, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1843; m. Russell L., son of
Abram and Sarah C. (Gardner) Sager, at Virgil, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1860. He b. Dryden, N.
Y., Aug. 23, 1838. He is a farmer.

There are 3 children.

3073. I. * A. B. SAGER, b. Virgil, March 17, 1862.
3074. II. ALLEN G. SAGER, b. Dryden, Feb. 24, 1873.
3075. III. SATIE A. SAGER, b. Dryden, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1878.

1810. GEORGE WASHINGTON MOORE, b. Dryden, N. Y., July 16, 1846; d. there,
July 13, 1882; m. 1st, Catharine, dau. of Benjamin and Mary (Wallace) Simons, at
Dryden, Nov. 14, 1866. She b. there, Aug. 24, 1845; d. there. April 23, 1877. He m.
2d, Mary A., dau. of Alvin D. and Isabel (Simons) Card, at Dryden, Nov. 14, 1878. He
was a wool manufacturer.

There were 3 children, b. Dryden, N. Y.

3076. I. * JUNIE I. MOORE, b. Sept. 1, 1869; d. March 27, 1896.
3077. II. * ADDIE M. MOORE, b. Nov. 6, 1876.
3078. III. CARRIE G. MOORE, b. March 4, 1881.

1815. MARIA MELISSA HAVILAND, b. New York, Jan. 1, 1845; m. William Henry,
son of William Henry and Mary (Hughey) Graham, in New York, April 29, 1871. He b.
New York, Dec. 18, 1842. He is a dealer in real estate.

There were 2 children, b. New York.

3079. I. WILLIAM HENRY GRAHAM, b. May 8, 1878; d. May 1, 1886.
3080. II. ETHEL MAY GRAHAM, b. Feb. 23, 1883; d. May 12, 1886.

1818. AUGUSTUS HAVILAND, b. New York, Sept. 3, 1851; m. Lizzie, dau. of
James and Eliza (Powell) Lockman, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 26, 1882. She b. Brooklyn,
N. Y., June 12, 1860. He is a lawyer.

They had 1 child.

3081. I. KATHRYN K. HAVILAND, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1888.

1820. PHEBE A. HAVILAND, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1855; m. John H., son of
John H. and Phebe Ann (Mills) Briggs, at Brooklyn, Nov. 24, 1874. He b. New York,
Dec. 18, 1845.

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His wife d. Jan, 10, 1895, and he m. 2d, Serenia C. Baldwin, Sept. 6, 1897. He is a
dealer in cooperage.

There were 9 children, b. Brooklyn, N. Y.

3082. I. LAURA MOORE BRIGGS, b. Nov., 1875.
3083. II. AUGUSTUS HAVILAND BRIGGS, b. Jan., 1878; d. March, 1883.
3084. III. JOHN HALLIT BRIGGS, b. Feb. 29, 1880.
3085. IV. MARVIN RICHARDSON BRIGGS, b. Sept. 22, 1882.
3086. V. AUSTIN HERBERT BRIGGS, b. Sept. 6, 1885.
3087. VI. GRACE MILDRED BRIGGS, b. May 2, 1888.
3088. VII. EVELYN BRIGGS, b. July 16, 1891; d. Aug. 1, 1891.
3089. VIII. HAROLD BRIGGS, b. Oct. 1, 1892; d. Nov. 13, 1892,
3090. IX. PHEBE BRIGGS, b. Feb. 7, 1894.

1821. MARY MALVINA MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., June 24, 1842; m. Arthur S.,
son of Sylvanus N. and Julaina (Stanton) Grout, at Scott, N. Y.. Aug., 1858. She d.
at Scott, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1878, and was buried at Virgil.

There was 1 child.

3091. I. DORA JULAINA GROUT, b. Tully, N. Y., March 2, 1860; m. Willis
A. Hatch, Cortland, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1882. Child, Mary E.
Hatch, b. Borodino, N. Y., April 25, 1884; d. July 4, 1884.

1824. GROVE GILLETT MOORE, b. Virgil, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1850; m. Margaret
M., dau. of Peter and Lucinda (Shaffer) Fullmer, at Owego, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1875.
She b. Owego, Nov. 3, 1850; d. Union, N. Y., Dec, 2, 1897. She was killed by a
runaway horse. He was a bridge carpenter and later a farmer; Republican in politics,
and a member of the First Baptist Church, Binghamton, N. Y.

There were 2 children.

3092. I. GRACE L. MOORE, b. Owego, N. Y., Feb., 1877; d. the same day.
3093. II. LEIGHTON C. MOORE (adopted), b. Sept. 24, 1895.

1827. JULIA ANN MOORE, b. Churchville, N. Y., July 31, 1832; d. Sacramento,
Cal., Aug. 5, 1857; m. John W., son of Billings and Susan (Willey) Richmond, at
Churchville, May 11, 1854. He b. Aug. 24, 1818, at Churchville.

There was 1 child.

3094. I. * JULIA EMILY RICHMOND, b. Sacramento, Aug. 3, 1857.

1830. HENRY O. MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Feb. 23, 1831; d. there, June 3, 1883;
m. Katharine, dau. of James and Katharine (Cushman) Rice, at Pawlet, Vt., Nov.
10, 1858. He was a farmer. He had a common school education but was a
persistent and careful reader. He held many offices of trust in the town.

There were 2 children, b. Rupert, Vt.

3095. I. ALBERT W. MOORE, b. April 11, 1863; m. Mary W. Angevine,
Nov. 15, 1893.
3096. II. BERDENA L. MOORE, b. July 3, 1869.
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1832. SETH MOORE COOPER, b. Holland, N. Y., May 29, 1837; m. Mariette,
dau. of Samuel and Sally (Nutting) Cooper, at Sardinia, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1861. She
b. Holland, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1838. He is a farmer.

There are 3 children, b. Holland, N. Y.

3097. I. * BERTHA B. COOPER, b. June 5, 1868.
3098. II. HOWARD S. COOPER, b. March 11, 1870.
3099. III. JESSIE E. COOPER, b. May 24, 1875.

1833. HARRY BUEL COOPER, b. Holland, N. Y., July 25, 1838; m. Annie, dau.
of Charles and Jane ((???)) Easton, Bradford, Pa., March 29, 1868. She b. Fayette,
N. Y., May 26, 1850. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Bradford, Pa.

3100. I. CHARLES L. COOPER, b. Sept. 21, 1869; m. Pearl Van Beek, June
10, 1896.
3101. II. MINNIE J. COOPER, b. June 21, 1878.
3102. III. HARRY J. COOPER, b. March 15, 1884.

1835. ARTHUR C. COOPER, b. Holland, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1844; m. Amelia, dau. of
Jacob and Adrianna (Kole) Schovner, at Holland, N. Y., July 4, 1873. She b.
Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1849. He is a carpenter.

There were 3 children, b. Holland, N. Y.

3103. I. JENNIE S. COOPER, b. June 18, 1874.
3104. II. STELLA M. COOPER, b. Sept. 13, 1877.
3105. III. RALPH P. COOPER, b. Oct. 18, 1880.

1836. CHARLES C. COOPER, b. Holland, N. Y., June 15, 1848; m. Anna, dau. of
Ambrose and Dorothy (Gunther) Wanamaker, at Colden, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1877. She
b. Holland, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1857. Farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Holland, N. Y.

3106. I. FLOY E. COOPER, b. June 2, 1882.
3107. II. EVA B. COOPER, b. April 28, 1888.

1837. FAYETTE SHEPARD MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Oct. 21, 1837; m. Lydia
Ann, dau. of Nathan Chesebro, at Town Line, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1851. She b. at Alden,
N. Y.. 1832; d. Marilla, N. Y., March, 1867. Mr. Moore m. 2d, Ella Miller, in 1868.

There were 6 children, b. Marilla, N. Y.

3108. I. ETTA MOORE, b. 1856; d. 1861.
3109. II. MINNIE MOORE, b. 1859; d. 1861.
3110. III. ETTA C. MOORE, b. 1868; m. Fletcher W. Kendrick, Dryden, Mich.,
Aug. 25, 1892.
3111. IV. * HATTIE MAY MOORE b. Dec. 25, 1869.
3112. V. LYMAN K. MOORE, b. June 19, 1876.
3113. VI. JAMES MOORE, b. Dec., 1879.

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1838. ADELINE CORNELIA MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., July 11, 1829; m. William
Mason Hayes, at Town Line (?), N. Y., Dec. 31, 1850. She d. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 11,
1896. He is a carpenter.

There were 2 children.

3114. I. EMOGENE HAYES, b. 1860.
3115. II. WILLIAM ELLIOT HAYES, b. June 18, 1864; m. Anna Nehr; 2 sons,
b. Buffalo.

1840. JULIA HARWOOD MOORE, b. Franklinville, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1832; m. Oliver
Ellsworth, son of Nathan and Betsey Amelia (Bissel) Willis, at Alden, N. Y., Oct. 11,
1849. She d. Lancaster, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1892. He b. Alden, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1825. He was
a railroad man and a farmer.

There were 5 children, b. Lancaster, N. Y.

3116. I. NATHAN ELLSWORTH WILLIS, b. Nov. 6, 1853; m. Mary Angeline
Raines, Nov. 15, 1877, Lancaster, N. Y.
3117. II. NEWELL BRADLEY WILLIS, b. Sept. 1, 1860; d. Feb. 18, 1861.
3118. III. WILLIAM PITT WILLIS, b. May 16, 1863; m. Barbara Anna Collins,
Springville, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1894. He is a physician.
3119. IV. JULIA AMELIA WILLIS, b. Sept. 17, 1865; m. Samuel Bertis Webster,
Alden, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1886.
3120. V. OLIVER ELLSWORTH WILLIS, b. July 15, 1871; m. Sarah Jane Staley,
Aurora, N. Y., April 12, 1893.

1841. HARLAN PAGE MOORE, b. Franklinville, N. Y., July 3, 1837; m. Lavina H.,
dau. of Darius and Wealthy (Blodgett) Hill, at Mundy, Mich., Dec. 14, 1857. She b. at
Mundy, Mich., April 18, 1841; d. Lapeer City, Mich., June 25, 1895. He is a farmer.
Res. Centralia, Lewis Co., Wash.

There were 13 children, b. Marilla, N. Y.

3121. I. GEORGE MOORE, b. Nov. 15, 1858; d. Nov. 15, 1861.
3122. II. FRANK H. MOORE, b. Aug. 13, 1860; d. Oct. 4, 1861.
3123. III. CLINTON MOORE, b. Nov. 1, 1862; d. March 28, 1864.
3124. IV. * JULIA ELIZA MOORE, b. Aug. 14, 1864.
3125. V. * JENNIE WEALTHY MOORE, b. Oct. 25, 1866.
3126. VI. * HATTIE LAVINA MOORE, b. Nov. 13, 1868.
3127. VII. * CHARLES MOORE, b. May 3, 1870.
3128. VIII. HARLAN MOORE, b. Jan. 31, 1872.
3129. IX. MYRTA ROSETTA MOORE, b. Dec. 1, 1873; m. Charles E. Moore,
Feb. 22, 1893.
3130. X. SIBYL MOORE, b. Sept. 21, 1875.
3131. XI. HELEN MAY MOORE, b. March 5, 1877; m. Cassius Payne, July 8,
1894.
3132. XII. EDWARD MOORE, b. March 14, 1878; d. Aug. 13, 1878.
3133. XIII. CARRIE MABEL MOORE, b. Nov. 1, 1880.

1843. GEORGE MOORE, b. Lancaster, N. Y., June 14, 1841; m. Ruthina Mariam, dau.
of John and Ruth (Ridgely) Bair, at Marcellus, Mich., Dec. 15, 1872. She b. Newberg,
Mich., Jan. 11, 1843. He was a school teacher, justice of the peace, and farmer.
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There were 3 children, b. Marilla, N. Y.

3134. I. CHARLES EVERETT MOORE, b. May 4, 1874.
3135. II. MARY HARRIET MOORE, b. March 15, 1879.
3136. III. GRACE ALICE MOORE, b. July 24, 1882.

1850. NORMAN HENRY HARVEY, b. Constantine, Mich., Sept. 27, 1838; m. at
Constantine, Dec., 1859, Caroline Ferguson; she b. at White Pigeon, Mich. He d. Feb.
17, 1893. He was a farmer.

They had 3 children.

3137. I. FRANK HARVEY, b. Constantine, Mich., March 5, 1862; m. Nina
Beardsley. Res. Hazard, Wash. Child, Lonela, b. Oct. 4, 1880;
d. May 9, 1881.
3138. II. CHARLES HARVEY. b. Constantine, Mich., Nov. 26, 1863; m. July
9, 1887, Aggie Heisel; no issue.
3139. III. CARL HARVEY, b. --; unmarried. A commercial traveler.

1852. DAN MARTIN HARVEY, b. Constantine, Mich., Feb. 18, 1842; m. July 25,
1867, Mary E., dau. of Philo and Betsey (Bailey) Harvey, at Constantine; she b.
Bennington, Vt. He is a farmer in Porter, Cass Co., Mich.

They had 4 children.

3140. I. DELIA LOUISA HARVEY, b. June 23, 1868; m. Charles Eastman, of
Orange, Vt. Res. Hillsdale, Mich. He is a clergyman.
3141. II. D. ELBERT HARVEY, b. March 19, 1870; m. Bessie Johnson, res.
Porter, Mich. Child, Florence Harvey, 3 years old.
3142. III. MARY ALICE HARVEY, b. Jan. 16, 1879; m. Rev. Otis Wheeler.
Res. Three Rivers, Mich.
3143. IV. HELEN GRACE HARVEY, b. Oct. 25, 1884; d. April 28, 1886.

1854. JAMES MARK HARVEY, b. Constantine, Mich., June 16, 1845. He m. Emily
Britton, in 1869. She b. Marlsboro, Ohio. He is a farmer and director in the First State
Bank, Constantine.

There were 2 children.

3144. I. ORLEY KIRK HARVEY, b. Oct. 14, 1870; m. Lucy, dau. of John and
Antoinette (Smith) Odell. She b. Sept. 20, 1864. 3 children:
Odell, 14; Antoinette, 11; Buel, 1 year old.
3145. II. JAMES MARK HARVEY, b. Nov. 23, 1873; m. Helen Shellhouse.
1 child, b. Feb. 26, 1902.

1855. WILLIAM WALLACE HARVEY, b. Constantine, Mich., June 6, 1848; m.
Louisa Anna, dau of William and Ruth Louisa (Crossette) Steen, June 26, 1869. She b.
Brattleboro, Vt., Nov. 12, 1847. He is a banker and manufacturer.

There had 6 children.

3146. I. GEORGE CROSSETTE HARVEY, b. July 28, 1879; m. Julia Josephine,
dau. of John W. and Sarah (Rising) Simonds, Nov. 18, 1891.
He is cashier of the First State Bank. 3 children: Louisa, b.
1894; Dorothy, b. 1894; Josephine, b. 1896.
3147. II. HELEN, b. --; d. 1872.
3148. III. WILLIAM STEEN HARVEY, b. Feb. 14, 1874; b. April 7, 1896.

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3149. IV. LAURA ABBOTT HARVEY, b. Sept. 20, 1876; m. Luther E. Moore, of
Marietta, Ga., Aug. 25, 1897. He is a druggist; res. Chicago,
Ill.
3150. V. LOUISA HARVEY, b. Dec. 14, 1878; d. Aug. 12, 1881.
3151. VI. WALLACE NORMAN HARVEY, b. Nov. 20, 1881; unmarried; manufacturer
of caskets.

1857. JOSEPH MERRITT MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., June 29, 1836; m. Martha Maria, dau. of
Herschel and Sybil (Hastings) Hay, at Dorset, Vt., Nov. 20, 1859. She b. West Rupert, Vt.,
Feb. 6, 1844; d. there, July 13, 1862. He m. 2d, Sarah Caroline, dau. of Samuel and Elmina
(Hatch) Ayers, at Hebron, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1863; she b. at Hebron, July 12, 1841. He enlisted
in Co. "C," 14th Vt. Volunteers, and was mustered out as hospital steward. He is a farmer and
physician.

There were 7 children, all except the first b. at Hebron, N. Y.

3152. I. * GEORGE WEBSTER MOORE, b. East Rupert, Vt., Nov. 23, 1864.
3153. II. FRINDA ORISSA MOORE, b. July 13, 1866; m. Henry H. Bowen,
Aug. 14, 1886; he b. Aug. 14, 1863; d. July 26, 1887.
3154. III. * EFFIE AURORA MOORE, b. April 12, 1868.
3155. IV. * CORNELIA ELMIRA MOORE, b. March 3, 1870.
3156. V. * ANNA JANE MOORE, b. Jan. 17, 1872.
3157. VI. JOSEPH MERRITT MOORE, b. Nov. 12, 1874.
3158. VII. * CORNIE CORTEZ MOORE, b. May 13, 1877.

1859. WEBSTER OLIVER MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., June 24, 1840; m. Anna Electa, dau. of
James DeWitt and Angeline (Ehle) Van Deusen, Brewerton, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1871. She b.
Canajoharie, N. Y., March 28, 1845. He is a minister of the Christian Church.

They had 1 child.

3159. I. DEWITT VAN DEUSEN MOORE, b. Perry, Ohio, April 6, 1874; m.
Flora Mabel Berg, Indianapolis, Ind., June 14, 1898.

1861. SETH MORRISON MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., June 9, 1844; m. Ida Jeanna, dau. of
Royal and Lydia (Balch) Watrous, at Rupert, Vt., July 5, 1875. She b. Hampton, N. Y., Dec.
19, 1853. Mr. Moore is a farmer and an excellent musician.

There were 2 children, b. Rupert, Vt.

3160. I. EVA RUBY MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., July 19, 1878.
3161. II. HARRY MORRISON MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., Sept. 10, 1886.

1863. CORNELIA VESTA MOORE, b. Rupert, Vt., May 13, 1848; m. Martin Willard
Smith, at Pembroke, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1873. He b. Rupert, Vt., July 6, 1850; the son of Henry
Martin and Fannie (Wiseman) Smith. He is a commercial traveler and minister in the Christian
Church.

There were 3 children, b. at West Pawlet, Vt., except the last.

3162. I. PEARL MARTIN SMITH, b. Dec. 31, 1873; d. Jan. 18, 1876.
3163. II. CARL MERRITT SMITH, b. Aug. 8, 1875; d. April 27, 1880.
3164. III. Infant daughter, b. March 9, 1882; d. April 22, 1882, Poultney, Vt.

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1876. MARIAN EMOGENE MOORE, b. Laona, N. Y., April 23, 1847; m.
Ira E., son of Midian and Emily (Mosier) Eldridge, at Delaware, Iowa, Oct. 9,
1873. He b. Naples, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1851. He is a merchant, Rock Valley,
Iowa. She taught school in Iowa from 1869 to 1873. The family resided at
Earlville, Seney, Sioux City, and present residence.

There were 2 children.

3165. I. ROLAND IRA ELDRIDGE, b. Earlville, Iowa, May 4, 1884.
3166. II. LUTHERA LINDA ELDRIDGE, b. Seney, Iowa, Oct. 7, 1888.

1877. LINDA A. MOORE, b. Laona, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1852; m. Will
Augustus, son of Charles E. and Louisa (Merrill) Combs, at Delaware, Iowa,
April 21, 1872. He b. Cazenovia, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1849. He is live stock agent
of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. R. R. Res. 195 E. 44th St., Chicago.

There were 3 children, b. Cambridge, Ill.

3167. I. NANCY LUTHERA COMBS, b. June 29, 1877.
3168. II. ROBERT C. COMBS, b. Sept. 25, 1881.
3169. III. MARIAN EMOGENE COMBS, b. Aug. 11, 1883.

1878. CLARA BELLE MOORE, b. March 31, 1856; m. Benjamin S., son of
Benjamin S. and Matilda (Cloud) Benson, at Delaware, Iowa, March 31,
1880. He b. Baltimore, Md., Feb. 8, 1852. He is a produce merchant.

There were 2 children, b. Denver, Col.

3170. I. ALVIN C. BENSON, b. Sept. 18, 1881; d. Sept. 15, 1896.
3171. II. MABLE LUTHERA BENSON, b. June 27, 1889.

1881. LEANDER MOORE, b. Hainesville, Ill., Nov. 6, 1860; m. Carrie, dau.
of John and Ann (Heath) Gable, at Brush Creek, Iowa, Jan. 19, 1882. She b.
Cherry Valley, Ill., May 18, 1860. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3172. I. ADRIAN MOORE, b. Brush Creek, Iowa, June 29, 1884.

1882. IRA L. MOORE, b. Fulton, Ill., May 1, 1864; m. at Seney, Iowa,
Addie R., dau. of Frank C. and Phoebe B. (Hathaway) Brown, Dec. 19,
1893. She b. White Rock, Ill., Dec. 19, 1870. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Seney, Iowa.

3173. I. RUBY FRANCES MOORE, b. Oct. 7, 1894.
3174. II. SILVIA A. MOORE, b. Sept. 5, 1897.

1883. CLARENCE E. MOORE, b. Taylorsville, Iowa, Nov. 11, 1867; m.
Maggie Scannels (?), at Brush Creek, Iowa, Nov. 25, 1887. He m. 2d,Ada
Lancaster, Aug. 24, 1899. He is a painter.

There was 1 child.

3175. I. ARCHIE MOORE, b. March 29, 1892.

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1884. EFFIE MOORE, b. Taylorsville, Iowa, Dec. 12, 1870; m. George S., son
of John and Eliza (Hummel) Dempster, at Brush Creek, Iowa, Aug. 30, 1888. He
b. Brush Creek, May 20, 1865. He is a farmer.

There were 4 children.

3176. I. SUSIE DEMPSTER, b. Brush Creek, Iowa, July 19, 1889.
3177. II. RAY DEMPSTER, b. Volga, Iowa, April 17, 1891.
3178. III. ROY DEMPSTER, b. Volga. Iowa, May 26, 1892.
3179. IV. WINNIE DEMPSTER, b. Brush Creek, Iowa, May 2, 1894.

1886. ESTELLA MOORE, b. Brush Creek, Iowa, March 28, 1877; m. John R.,
son of Richard and Martha (Mullet) Hind, at Seney, Iowa, Feb. 26, 1896. He b.
Durango, Iowa, Aug. 15, 1865. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3180. I. HAROLD HIND, b. Oct. 22, 1897.

1887. FLORA ISORA MOORE, b. Mountain City, Colo., Jan. 6, 1862; m.
Sanford S., son of Leonard W. and Emily (Jacobs) Starks, at Coleridge, Neb.,
March 1, 1891. He b. Monticello, Iowa, July 19, 1861. He is a blacksmith and
wagon maker.

There were 2 children.

3181. I. CYNTHIA FERN STARKS, b. Coleridge, Neb., Sept. 22, 1892.
3182. II. LEONARD M. STARKS, b. Scranton, Iowa, June 3, 1897.

1888. CHECK CLAYTON MOORE, b. Strawberry Point, Iowa, June 17,
1867; m. Leona, dau. of Walter Louis and Rachel M. (Atkins) Bladen, at New
Castle, Neb., Feb. 18, 1890. She b. at DeWitt, Ill., 1870 (?).

There was 1 child.

3183. I. ST. CLAIR BLADEN MOORE, b. Coleridge, Neb., Aug. 4, 1894.

1889. GUY GARDNER MOORE, b. Delaware, Iowa, Aug. 24, 1871; m, Eva
Belle, dau. of Charles C. and Mary (Hamlin) Lowery, Coleridge, Neb., Sept. 4,
1892. She b. Covington, Ky.

There were 2 children, b. Coleridge, Neb.

3184. I. RETTA BELLE MOORE, b. June 8, 1894, d. Jan. 19, 1900.
3185. II. EDITH IRENE MOORE, b. --; d. Jan. 10, 1900.

1894. FRANKLIN FOSTER, m. Maria Segar, and had 2 children.

3186. I. NATHANIEL FOSTER, b. --.
3187. II. MARY FOSTER, b. --.

1895. JULIUS FOSTER, m. 1st, Ruth Hart, and 2d, Sarah Sheror, and had 5
children.
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3188. I. EDGAR FOSTER, b. --.

Children by 2d marriage:

3189. II. GEORGE FOSTER, b. --.
3190. III. MYRON FOSTER, b. --.
3191. IV. MARTHA FOSTER, b. --.
3192. V. MILO FOSTER, b. --.

1896. ORSON FOSTER, b. --; m. Deline Smith, and had 6 children.

3193. I. ALBERT FOSTER, b. --.
3194. II. OSCAR FOSTER, b. --.
3195. III. CHARLES FOSTER, b. --.
3196. IV. THEODORE FOSTER, b. --.
3197. V. WILLIAM FOSTER, b. --.
3198. VI. NILES FOSTER, b. --.

1898. MARIA MCDONALD, m. Marcus Bumpus, and had 3 children.

3199. I. MARTHA BUMPUS, b. --.
3200. II. ALTA BUMPUS, b. --.
3201. III. HENRIE BUMPUS, b. --.

1899. ELLEN MCDONALD, m. Franklin Vets, and had 2 children.

3202. I. ELLEN VETS, b. --.
2203. II. EMILY VETS, b. --.

1901. SOPHIA MCDONALD, m. Albert H. Pattison, at Hanover Center. She b.
Clinton, N. Y., and he at Sheridan, N. Y. Both d. at Sheridan. He m. 2d, Martha Bumpus.

They had 5 children. b. at Sheridan, N. Y.,

3204. I. ALBERT EUGENE PATTISON, b. --; m. E. A. Paddock, Cleveland,
Ohio, Jan. 25, 1870.
3205. II. ELLA S. PATTISON, b. --; m. Cornelius Morrison, Forestville, N. Y.
3206. III. PRESTON KING PATTISON, b. --; m. Nannie A. Dickson, Mayville,
N. Y., 1879.
3207. IV. JONATHAN STUART PATTISON, b. --; m. Mary Hall, Sheridan, 1879.
3208. V. CLELLA PATTISON, b. --; m. Fred B. Waters, Colorado Springs
1880.

1907. MICHAEL HOFFMAN NELSON, b. Litchfield, N. Y., June 20, 1830; m. Harriet
Knight. She b. Busti, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1833; d. Jan. 17, 1889. When requested to send a
record of his family. Mr. Nelson wrote: "I will write in my poor way a few lines. I am alone
in the world. I will assist you what I can."

There were 3 children.

3209. I. * OLIVE P. NELSON, b. --.
3210. II. ANNA H. NELSON, b. --; m. -- Akin (?); no issue.
3211. III. * ELLEN DEETTA NELSON, b. --.

1908. NORMANDUS NELSON, b. Busti, N. Y., March 26, 1824; n. Orvilla, dau. of
James and (???) (Wheeler) Aikin, at

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Napoli, N. Y. She b. Forestville, N. Y., May 30, 1835. He is a farmer.

They have 2 children.

3212. I. CORNELIA S. NELSON, b. Busti, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1853; m. John T.
Irvin, of Birdsboro, Pa., at Randolph, N. Y., Nov. 1873. He
d. April 4, 1894, at Columbus, Pa. Her res. Busti, N. Y.
3213. II. JENNIE E. NELSON, b. --; m. Samuel Gourley (?), of Denver, Colo.,
Nov. 11, 1889; d. Oct. 3, 1890, without issue,

1909. DIANA E. NELSON, b. Busti, N. Y., April 25, 1826; m. W. Finley, son of
William and (???) (Willson) Siggins, at Busti, N. Y. He was a school teacher, and held the
office of justice of the peace. He d. at Youngsville, Pa., Sept., 1889.

Their 4 children were b. there.

3214. I. CLARENCE H. SIGGINS, b. June 2, 1851; m. Katie Black.
3215. II. E. L. SIGGINS, b. July 25, 1853; m. Maud George, Plattsmouth,
Dak., 1882. He is a physician.
3216. III. NELSON SIGGINS, b. May 1861; d. Oct., 1863.
3217. IV. FRANK SIGGINS, b. 1868. m. Alice Agrelieus, Youngsville, Pa.. Oct.,
1889.

1913. WILSON H. NELSON, b. Busti, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1834; m. Julia, dau. of (???) and
A. (Devereaux) Morton at Lottsville, Pa. She d. Busti, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1889.

They have 2 children.

3218. I. EDGAR J. NELSON, b. Busti, July 31, 1866; m. Bertha Wapak,
Lima, Ohio, 1895.
3219. II. EDITH M. NELSON, b. Farmington, Pa., Sept. 12, 1868; m. Lewis
Boswell, 1886.

1915. LUMAN M. MOORE, b. Russell, Mass., Dec. 10, 1818; m. Melissa L., dau. of
Henry and Sibyl (Graves) Wilkie, at Hatfield, March 16, 1842. She b. Hatfield, Aug. 5,
1822. He is a farmer.

They have 1 child.

3220. I. MARY ELLEN MOORE, b. Hatfield, Mass., Sept. 26, 1843; m. Theodore
Baggs, July 21, 1875; 2 children, Mary E., b. Feb. 9, 1879;
Bertha G., b. Sept. 29, 1882.

1919. JULIA A. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Oct. 24, 1835; m. Samuel E.
Wetherell, at Keene, N. H., Nov. 24, 1858. He was b. Westfield, Mass., Dec. 6, 1831.
He is a machinist. Res. Northampton, Mass.

There is 1 child.

3221. I. WALLACE C. WETHERELL, b. Westfield, Mass., Nov. 9, 1868.

1922. JULIA AMARETT MOORE, b. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 20, 1827; d.
Northampton, Mass., April 27, 1899; m. Samuel H. Thayer. He b. Hadley, Mass., Jan.
22, 1825; d. there. Jan. 15,
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1878. He was son of Hiram and Calista P. (White) Thayer. He was proprietor of the
hotel at Hadley, Mass.

There were 2 children.

3222. I. A daughter, d in infancy.
3223. II. * GEORGE JUSTIN THAYER, b. Hadley, Sept. 24, 1861.

1923. WARHAM D. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., July 24, 1824; d. West
Stockbridge; Mass., May 14, 1853. He m. Maria L. Olds, at Hudson, N. Y., Oct. 20,
1850. She b. West Stockbridge, Mass., Sept. 24, 1831. He was a railroad conductor.
She m. 2d, Lorenzo D. Harvey, Jan. 2, 1855. Residence, Harvey, Marquette Co.,
Mich. She d. April 15, 1903.

There were 2 children.

3224. I. * ARTHUR D. MOORE, b. Sandusky, Ohio, Sept. 27, 1852; m. May 15,
1875, Lydia McArthur.
3225. II. LILLIAN FRANCES MOORE, b. West Stockbridge, Mass., Sept. 4,
1853; m. B. W. Wright, Harvey, Mich., Oct. 5, 1873. She d.
Aug. 20, 1890.

1924. MARQUIS D. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., July 15, 1825; m. S. Elida,
dau. of Benjamin and Betsey E. (Page) Thatcher, at Keene, N. H., Nov. 20, 1853. She
b. Keene, N. H., Sept. 27, 1830. He is a lumberman, Fond du Lac, Wis. His first
marriage was with Cordelia T., dau. of Theodore Bascom, Southampton, Mass. She d.
Sept. 1, 1850, leaving child, who d. April 7, 1858, aged 8 years.

There were 5 children by the second marriage.

3226. I. ADELLA MOORE, b. July 1, 1857; d. young.
3227. II. * MINNIE ELIDA MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Aug. 21, 1861.
3228. III. HENRY WARREN MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Sept. 21, 1863; m.
Louisa Myer, Dec. 4, 1888.
3229. IV. * EDWIN MARQUIS MOORE, b. Fond du Lac, Wis., Sept. 26, 1868.
3230. V. FRED MILTON MOORE, b. Fond du Lac, Wis., Dec. 16, 1870.

1927. GEORGE L. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Feb. 1, 1837; m. Susan E.,
dau. of Charles M. and Orlinda (Allen) Washburn, at Enfield, Conn., April 12, 1876.
She b. Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 1, 1847. He is a farmer. He has several times been on
the board of selectmen.

There were 3 children, b. Montgomery, Mass.

3231. I. EDGAR B. MOORE, b. April 16, 1878.
3232. II. ETHEL A. MOORE, b. March 26, 1880.
3233. III. ROBERT E. MOORE, b. Jan. 11, 1882.

1929. OCEINUS L. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., April 17, 1846; m. Elbertine
E., dau. of Elisha and Evelina (Allyn) Clark, at Huntington, Mass., May 25, 1873. She
b. Montgomery, Mass., Sept. 15, 1845. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3234. I. AGNES E. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Feb. 17, 1875.

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1930. DWIGHT E. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass,. Dec. 25, 1848; m. Carrie E., dau.
of Almon and Phoebe (Tucker) Clark, at Huntington, Mass., Feb. 15, 1871. She b.
Southampton, Mass., April 23, 1851. He is a farmer.

There were 7 children, b. Montgomery, Mass.

3235. I. HENRY D. MOORE, b. Feb. 15, 1872; d. March 14, 1872.
3236. II. ARTHUR L. MOORE, b. July 23, 1873; d. Oct. 19, 1873.
3237. III. C. BELLE MOORE, b. Oct. 9, 1874.
3238. IV. IRVING C. MOORE, b. April 6, 1878.
3239. V. VERNON D. MOORE, b. Nov. 3, 1879.
3240. VI. HARRY S. MOORE, b. June 14, 1885.
3241. VII. ROY H. MOORE, b. Nov. 10, 1888; d. Dec. 12, 1889.

1933. ALICE EMILY MOORE, b. Chicopee, Mass,, Nov. 12, 1843; m. George
Chapman Bates, at New Orleans, Louisiana, July 3, 1866.

There were 2 children.

3242. I. HENRY MOORE BATES, b. Chicago, Ill., March 30, 1869; m. Clara
Anne Belfield, Chicago, Sept. 4, 1894. Child, Helen Belfield
Bates, b. April 10, 1896. He is a lawyer, graduate of University
of Michigan, and Northwestern University College of Law.
3243. II. FREDERICK GEORGE BATES, b. Chicago, Nov. 15, 1871; m. Margaret
Stuart Doud, Louisiana, Mo., July 8, 1896. She d. Sept. 17,
1896. He is a civil engineer.

1934. LILLIAN GERTRUDE MOORE (see No. 1599).

1937. EDWIN O. POMEROY, b. Jan. 25, 1828; m. Jane, dau. of Solomon and Harriet
W. (Frary) Alvord, at Easthampton, Mass., March 29, 1855. She b. there, Sept. 24,
1835. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Easthampton, Mass.

3244. I. FRANK MONROE POMEROY, b. April 25, 1858; d. April 17, 1863.
3245. II. HATTIE FLORENCE POMEROY, b. Feb. 14, 1864; d. Sept., 1864.
3246. III. FRED POMEROY, b. Sept. 2, 1870; m. Effie Stoddard, Chicopee,
Mass., April, 1891.

1938. WILLIAM W. POMEROY, b. Montgomery, Mass., Aug. 30, 1831; d.
Easthampton, Mass. He was a carpenter. He m. Jenett Warriner and had 2 children.

3247. I. ADA POMEROY, b. --; m. --.
3248. II. WILLIAM POMEROY, b. --; d. young.

1939. ELIZABETH M. POMEROY, b. Montgomery, Mass. July 28, 1833; m. David C.
Speare, at Chester, Mass., Sept. 28, 1854. He b. March 23, 1830.

There were 2 children.

3249. I. NED SPEARE, b. Chester, Mass., Dec. 1, 1855; m. Minnie Boynton,
Springfield, Mass.
3250. II. LIZZIE M. SPEARE, b. Oct. 17, 1864; d. April 25, 1872.

1942. JAMES SPENCER MOORE, b. West Stockbridge, Mass., May 31, 1842; m.
Emma Jane, dau. of James Philander and

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Amanda G. (Gaston) Nicholson, at West Stockbridge, Mass,, June 6, 1867. She b.
Richmond, Mass., Feb. 5, 1847. Mr. Moore served during the war in the 49th
Mass. Regt., in the Dept. of the Gulf. He was in the battle of Plain Store, both
assaults on Port Hudson, and at Donaldsonville. He has held every elective office in
the town (West Stockbridge) and a term in the Massachusetts State legislature. He is
5 feet, 8 inches high, and weighs 140 pounds. Was postmaster under Cleveland.

There were 2 children, b. West Stockbridge.

3251. I. LENA AMANDA MOORE, b. Feb. 16, 1869; postmistress.
3252. II. JAMES CLYDE MOORE, b. Oct. 2, 1881.

1957. ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Raymond, Pa. July 30, 1843; d. Jan. 30, 1896; m.
Edward Ephraim, son of N. and Phoebe Burley (Robbins) Kelley, at Raymond, Pa.,
Feb. 29, 1864. He b. Ontario Co., N. Y., April 5, 1835. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Raymond, Pa.

3253. I. CLARK JAMES KELLEY, b. Feb. 7, 1868.
3254. II. * MAY KELLEY, b. May 1, 1871.
3255. III. BLANCH LORINA KELLEY, b. Nov. 23, 1879.

1959. HORACE LAURISTON MOORE, b. Raymond, Pa., Jan. 4, 1848; m. Mary
Cordelia, dau. of Andrew Jackson and Laura (Lock) Brown; b. in Ohio, May 2,
1852; d. Moline, Mich., Nov. 12, 1894. He m. 2d, Nettie Price, of Grand Rapids,
Mich., Sept. 28, 1898. She b. Feb. 27, 1860.

There were 3 children, b. Moline, Mich.

3256. I. * MERTON ELMER MOORE, b. March 15, 1873.
3257. II. * MINNIE LAURA MOORE, b. July 23, 1876.
3258. III. HORACE ALBERT MOORE, b. Sept. 26, 1899.

1960. LEROY LEVI MOORE, b. Raymond, Pa., Aug. 1, 1853; d. there, Feb. 11,
1897. He m. Annice Elnora, dau. of Joel Green and Martha (Owen) Saunders, at
Raymond, Pa., March 10, 1873. She b. Friendship, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1855. He was
a farmer.

There were 4 children, b. Raymond, Pa.

3259. I. * NELLIE ADELLE MOORE, b. March 13, 1874.
3260. II. FRED J. MOORE, b. May 29, 1878.
3261. III. FRANK LEVI MOORE, b. April 4, 1880.
3262. IV. JAMES CLARENCE MOORE, b. May 9, 1882.

1961. NANCY MARIA HAMMOND, b. Geneva, Ill., April 20, 1845; m. William
S. Harris, at Marshalltown, Iowa, June 4, 1865. He b. Dec. 12, 1838, North
Scituate, R. I. He is an oil dealer.

There were 8 children.

3263. I. * LAYTON CALEB HARRIS, b. Marshalltown, Iowa, April 26, 1866.
3264. II. FREDDIE JOSEPH HARRIS, b. Marshalltown, Iowa, July 8, 1867.
3265. III. NANCY ELIZA HARRIS, b. Foster, R. I., Jan. 25, 1869.
3266. IV. CORA BELLE HARRIS, b. Clay Center, Kan,, Dec. 28, 1870.
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3267. V. IRA SIDNEY HARRIS, b. Clay Center, Dec. 10, 1873.
3268. VI. GEORGE WILLIAM HARRIS, b. Clay Center, Dec. 28, 1875.
3269. VII. RHODA MABEL HARRIS, b. Clay Center, Oct. 3, 1877; d. Oct. 11,
1877.
3270. VIII. BERTHA ESTHER HARRIS, b. Clay Center, Nov. 13, 1882

1964. CHARLES HENRY MOORE, b. Richford, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1845; m. Alice,
dau. of Lyman and Martha (Tracy) Walker, at Richford, Dec. 21, 1865. She b. at
Richford.

They had 3 children, b. Richford, N. Y.

3271. I. * CARRIE A. MOORE, b. Nov. 21, 1867.
3272. II. * CHARLES A. MOORE, b. July 6, 1872.
3273. III. WILLIE MOORE, b. July 4, 1879; d. Sept., 1879.

1967. OSCAR MOORE, b. Richford, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1852; m. Alice J., dau. of
Frederick and Nancy (Jenks) Blackman, at Owego, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1879. She was b.
Caroline, N. Y.

There was 1 child.

3274. I. LESLIE JUDSON MOORE, b. Caroline, N.Y., Dec. 6, 1880.

1970. ELIZABETH S. FITCH, b. Richford, N. Y., March 12, 1846; m. Orrin P., son
of Ransom and Miriam (Gardner) Rich, at Owego, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1864. He b. at
Caroline, N. Y., June 12, 1840. He is a farmer.

They have 7 children, b. Caroline, N. Y.

3275. I. * RANSOM J. RICH, b. Jan. 7, 1865.
3276. II. * WILLIAM P. RICH, b. Jan. 22, 1869.
3277. III. HUBERT O. RICH, b. March 14, 1871; m. Mary J. Meeks, Ithaca,
N. Y., Feb. 16, 1898.
3278. IV. * LEWIS G. RICH, b. April 6, 1873.
3279. V. ANNA M. RICH, b. June 15, 1875; m. Edgar Welch, Harford, N.
Y., Nov. 7, 1897.
3280. VI. ALBERT O. RICH, b. April 14, 1877.
3281. VII. KITTIE M. RICH, b. March 15, 1879.

1972. CYNTHIA M. FITCH, b. Richford, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1849; m. Byron, the son of
Lathrop and Jerusha (Surdam) Wattles, at Owego, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1870. He b. at
Caroline, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1846. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Caroline, N. Y.

3282. I. CARLTON S. WATTLES, b. Jan, 26, 1874; m. Addie Z. Farley,
Speedsville, N. Y., May 18, 1893.
II. HARRY L. WATTLES, b. April 11, 1876; d. May 18, 1876.

1980. MARY A. ROBINSON, b. Richford, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1854; m. Horace S.,
son of Gideon and Caroline D. (Seward) Horton, at Richford, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1870.
He b. Butler, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1846. He is a farmer.

There were 8 children, b. Richford, N. Y.

3283. I. ANNA A. HORTON, b. Dec. 17, 1871; d. Sept. 7, 1872.
3284. II. * FRANK S. HORTON, b. March 25, 1873.

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3285. III. LENA I. HORTON, b. Jan. 27, 1875; d. Feb. 19, 1877.
3286. IV. * GIDEON E. HORTON, b. March 16, 1877.
3287. V. CHESTER H. HORTON, b. April 15, 1879.
3288. VI. WILLIE C. HORTON, b. March 20, 1881; d. Nov. 5, 1881.
3289. VII. JAMES G. HORTON, b. March 17, 1885.
3290. VIII. BESSIE M. HORTON, b. May 14, 1893.

1981. EUGENE ROBINSON, b. Richford, N. Y., March 14, 1856; m. Minnie Ramsdell,
at Minneapolis, Minn., the place of her birth.

They have 5 children, b. there

3291. I. DELLA ROBINSON, b. --.
3292. II. GRACE ROBINSON, b. --.
3293. III. FLOYD ROBINSON, b. --.
3294. IV. GLENN ROBINSON, b. --.
3295. V. RUBY BERNICE ROBINSON, b. --.

1983. FRED J. ROBINSON, b. Richford, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1860; m Nettie M., dau. of
Harvey and Orlie (Lee) Neal, at Newark Valley, Feb. 22, 1888. She b. there, Nov. 15,
1866. He is a telegraph operator.

There were 4 children, b. Richford, N. Y.

3296. I. HAROLD NEAL ROBINSON, b. Jan. 15, 1889.
3297. II. AMY ELIZABETH ROBINSON, b. Feb. 9, 1891.
3298. III. CLARENCE BELDEN ROBINSON, b. Sept. 23, 1892; d. May 31, 1893.
3299. IV. FRANK ALLEN ROBINSON, b. March 6, 1894.

1985. HILAND B. ROBINSON, b. Richford, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1865; m. Ida M., dau. of
Elisha M. and Freelove A. (Steele) Stanton, at Speedsville, N. Y., July 28, 1888. She b.
Richford, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1865.

There were 2 children, b. Richford, N. Y.

3300. I. KENNETH D. ROBINSON, b. Oct 1, 1896.
3301. II. GLEN S. ROBINSON, b. May 21, 1898.

1989. HENRY H. HOWLAND, b. Lisle, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1852; d. Newark Valley, N. Y.,
Dec. 9, 1887; m. Eva M., dau. of Elijah and (???) (Quackenbush) Belcher, at Newark
Valley, Dec. 2, 1880. She was b. and d. at Newark Valley. He m. 2d, Elizabeth Miller
Todd, of Ohio, Oct., 1884.

There was 1 child.

3302. I. HENRY B. HOWLAND, b. Dec. 9, 1882.

1990. SARAH E. HOWLAND, b. Lisle, N. Y., June 26, 1855; m. Charles H., son of
William and Calfernia (Congden) Perry, at Newark Valley, Dec. 15, 1880. He b. July,
1855. He is a machinist.

There was 1 child.

3303. I. INA HOWLAND PERRY, b. Ithaca, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1882.

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1991. JESSIE A. HOWLAND, b. Caroline, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1863; m. George F., son
of Henry and Mary (Alworth) Jayne, at Newark Valley, N. Y., April 11, 1883. He b.
there, Jan. 20, 1858.

There were 3 children, b. Newark Valley, N. Y.

3304. I. HARRY B. JAYNE, b. Oct. 4, 1884.
3305. II. SPENCER H. JAYNE, b. Aug. 10, 1886.
3306. III. BETH H. JAYNE, b. June 3, 1888.

2020. ALANSON CUSHMAN, b. Southwick, Mass., Oct. 24, 1810; m. Eunice
Emeline Partridge, of Worthington, Mass., Oct. 30, 1832. She was b. Aug. 9, 1808. In
1855, he was a farmer, living in Worthington.

There were 4 children.

3307. I. GEORGE MILO CUSHMAN, b. Sept. 17, 1833.
3308. II. ANTOINETTE CUSHMAN, b. July 24, 1836.
3309. III. EUGENE CUSHMAN, b. July 8, 1839; d. July 17, 1846.
3310. IV. EMERSON B. CUSHMAN, b. Dec. 24, 1844.

2021. WILLIAM CUSHMAN, b. Dec., 1814; he m. and lived in Suffield, Conn. He
was a carpenter and was killed by an accident on a bridge which he was building, April
17, 1853.

They had 1 child.

3311. I. WILLIAM CUSHMAN, b. Oct., 1839.

2027. JOHN RICE CUSHMAN, b. May 25, 1822; m. Candace K. Goddard, June 3,
1846. She b. Feb. 22, 1827. In 1855, lived in Granby, Conn. Was a wheelwright.

There were 2 children.

3312. I. JOHN J. CUSHMAN, b. Sept. 9, 1847.
3313. II. MANNILL CUSHMAN, b. April 17, 1851.

2033. WILLIAM PRENTICE CUSHMAN, b. Oct. 20, 1825; m. Ann Eliza Elder, of
Chester, Mass., Dec. 10, 1847; she b. in 1828. In 1855, he resided at Shelburne Falls,
Mass.

They had 1 child.

3314. I. GEORGE WESLEY CUSHMAN, b. Sept. 18, 1852.

2035. FRANCES LEONARD, b. Aug. 25, 1842; m. Winthrop J., son of Joshua and
Mary (Clark) Bemis, Aug. 28, 1862.

They have 5 children.

3315. I. ANNE M. BEMIS, b. May 5, 1866; m. Z. Charles Clapp, Sept. 15, 1886,
of Springfield, Mass. Children: Homer Z. Clapp, b. July 19,
1887; Stanley Bemis Clapp, b. Aug. 7, 1895.
3316. II. JESSIE W. BEMIS, b. Oct. 14, 1868; m. Dwight E. Sherman; 2d,,
H. W. Laughton.
3317. III. FRANK L. BEMIS, b. July 21, 1870; m. Alice Woodward.
3318. IV. CHARLENA BEMIS, b. Jan. 14, 1873; m. Chas. N. Van Dusen.
3319. V. WILFRED W. BEMIS, b. March 15, 1884.

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2052. CHARLES WILSON REED, b. Tariffville, Conn., Feb. 26, 1850; m. Helen
Elizabeth Dewey, at Granby, Conn., Feb. 23, 1876. He d. Tariffville, May 28, 1887.

There was 1 child.

3320. I. HENRIETTA DEWEY REED, b. Southampton, Mass., Oct 16, 1878.

2055. LOYAL WILCOX REED, b. Chillicothe, Ohio, Dec. 14, 1843; m. Kate J., dau.
of Joseph W. and Emily W. (Story) Adams, at Channahon, Ill., Aug. 19, 1867. She b.
there, Nov. 1, 1847. He is a traveling salesman.

They have 7 children.

3321. I. WALDO S. REED, b. New Milford, Ill., Aug. 30, 1868; m. Georgia
B. Conklin, Springfield, Ill., April 8, 1896.
3322. II. JESSIE K. REED, b. Wilmington, Ill., June 11, 1870.
3323. III. MORTIMER P. REED, b. Wilmington, Ill., July 30, 1872.
3324. IV. RALPH L. REED, b. Granby, Conn., Jan. 31, 1875.
3325. V. KATY P. REED, b. Granby, Conn., July 6, 1877.
3326. VI. MARY LOUISA REED, b. Joliet, Ill., May 5, 1880.
3327. VII. GEORGE P. REED, b. Springfield, Ill., Nov. 14, 1884.

2060. ELLERY COLA HEBBARD, b. Adrian, Mich., March 20, 1847; m. Mrs. Ida
Maria Simpson, dau. of Thomas and Lillian Chandler (Frink) Kellar, at Bath, Maine, Oct.
10, 1887. She b. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 15, 1856. She has child by 1st marriage.

Dr. Hebbard graduated in medicine in 1870, and has been in active practice of his
profession in Boston since that time. He is a Fellow of the Massachusetts Medical
Society, Member of the American Medical Association, and the author of several papers
on medical subjects. Jan., 1901, he has in press, "Life and its Association with Matter, not
vital but absolutely chemical."

There was 1 child.

I. MORTIMER CHOUTEAU PRIEST SIMPSON, b. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 15,
1873.

2069. LESTER REED VINING, b. Southwick, Mass., Nov. 27, 1852; m. Clara L., dau.
of William I. and Orpha H. (Winchell) Warner, at Southwick, Mass., Nov. 11, 1874. She
b. Southwick, Aug. 18, 1855. He is a farmer.

There were 6 children, all b. Southwick, Mass.

3328. I. PORTER VINING, b. May 4, 1875; d. May 12, 1881.
3329. II. ORPHA VINING, b. Aug. 28, 1878.
3330. III. BABY VINING, b. Sept. 29, 1880; d. Oct. 19, 1880.
3331. IV. CLAUDE VINING, b. June 25, 1882.
3332. V. MARTHA VINING, b. Oct. 20, 1880.
3333. VI. ELVA VINING, b. Oct. 29, 1891.

2075. ELLA JANE REED, b, Granby, Conn., Jan. 24, 1850; d. there, Jan. 29, 1873.
She m. Nelson Willis, son of Willis and Betsey (Renick) Phelps, at Westfield, Mass., May
20, 1871. He is a farmer.

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There was 1 child.

3334. I. WALTER N. PHELPS, b. Granby, Conn., Aug. 20, 1872; d. Feb. 18,
1884.

2077. CARRIE AMARET REED, b. Granby, Conn., June 7, 1854; m. Arthur
Clement, son of Clement and Hannah Malinda (Ives) Holcomb, in Granby, May 13,
1874. He b. Granby, Mass., May 27, 1854. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children.

3335. I. ARTHUR REED, b. Granville, Mass., April 2, 1876.
3336. II. WILBERT CLEMENT, b. Terryville, Conn., Sept. 13, 1887.

2079. KATIE HENRIETTA REED, b. Granby, Conn., May 2, 1861; m. James
Duane, son of James Hathaway and Marilla (Hayes) Viets, in Granby, Conn., Nov.
12, 1884. He b. East Granby, Feb. 20, 1853. He is a commercial traveler.

There was 1 child.

3337. I. BELA NORA VIETS, b. Granby, Conn., July 5, 1890.

2090. CHARLES A. MOORE, b. Garrettsville, Ohio, May 3. 1852; m. Libbie
Montgomery, at Plattsmouth, Neb., 1881.

There were 6 children.

3338. I. EMMA MOORE, b. Dec. 6, 1881.
3339. II. MAUD MOORE, b. Nov. 4, 1883,
3340. III. CLAUD MOORE, b. Nov. 4, 1883.
3341. IV. WILLIE MOORE, b. July 3, 1886.
3342. V. GRACE MOORE, b. April 24, 1888.
3343. VI. EDNA FRANCES MOORE b. Nov. 20, 1891.

2091. HENRY C. MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, April 22, 1858; m. Mabel L.
Fowles, Aug. 31, 1884, at Turnersville, Pa. Res. Chardon, Ohio.

There were 2 children.

3344. I. HARRY CLARE MOORE, b. Chardon, Ohio, Jan. 30, 1886.
3345. II. VIRGIL ARTHUR MOORE, b. Chardon, Ohio, Dec. 15, 1890.

2092. SHELDON MILTON MOORE, b. Hiram, Ohio, Jan. 5, 1845; m. Mary E.,
dau. of Robert and Susan (Nichols) Blackwood, at Wesleyville, Pa., March 19,
1868. She b. there, March 20, 1848. He is a railroad conductor and engineer.

He enlisted in Co. "F," 111th Pa. Vol. Infantry, Nov. 8, 1861. His first battle was at
Cedar Mountain, Va., where his regiment lost 100 men within an hour. He was in the
second battle of Bull Run, and helped to hold Culp's Hill at Gettysburg during the
three days of that battle. He fought three days at Chancellorsville and, after
Gettysburg, was ordered with Hooker to Chattanooga. He was in the fight at
Wauhatchet and was one of the 4 men who captured 6 cannon on the summit of
Lookout in the first day's fight. For this his company presented him with a medal. In
December the entire regiment re-enlisted, and after a 30 days' furlough were back
and ready to begin the Campaign to Atlanta on the 4th of May. Mr. Moore fought in
all the battles of the Atlanta Campaign and his regiment was the first to enter the city.
He was made a sergeant of his company for gallantry
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at New Hope Church. His regiment marched with Sherman to the Sea and was the first
into Savannah. At Raleigh Mr. Moore was made first sergeant of his company. He was
mustered out of the service with his company at Washington, after the review on the 2d
of July, 1865, at the age of 20 years.

There are 3 children, b. Erie, Pa.

3346. I. FRANCIS M. MOORE, b. July 4, 1870. He is a railroad engineer.
3347. II. * ROBERT MILTON MOORE, b. Dec. 8, 1872.
3348. III. LUCRETIA A. MOORE, b. May 30, 1877; m. Matthew, son of Conrad
and Elizabeth (Schellong) Hess, Nov. 29. 1900, Erie, Pa.

2104. FRANCES KATE MOORE, b. Hiram Rapids, Ohio, June 28, 1868; m. Sept.
6, 1893, Alfred Thomas, son of Charles and Hannah Mary Mills (Beach) Felton, b.
Oct. 28, 1865, at Birmingham, England (Sycamore Cottage, Bell Lane, Erdington,
Warwickshire). He is assistant superintendent of Cleveland, Ohio, City Forge and Iron
Company. Res., 146 Southern Avenue, Cleveland. He is 5 feet, 10 1/2 inches in height;
weight 200 pounds; brown hair and blue eyes. Educated at Midland Counties Institute
and Edgbaston College. Mr. Felton is a descendant of Lieut. John Felton, who
assasinated the duke of Buckingham in 1628. Came to America in 1883, and has
always lived in Cleveland.

There were 2 children.

3349. I. DOROTHY CORNELIA FELTON, b. Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 28, 1894.
3350. II. FLORENCE MAY FELTON, b. Cleveland, March 25, 1902.

2105. ERNEST EUGENE FAIRBANKS, b. Troy, Geauga Co., Ohio, Aug. 16, 1855;
m. Aura K. James, in Troy, Sept. 11, 1878. She d. Sept. 9, 1894. She was dau. of
William Wallace and Elizabeth C. (Brown) James, b. Troy township, June 21, 1858.
His address is 2629 Stewart Avenue, Chicago, with Sherwin-Williams Paint Co.

There were 2 children, b. Troy tp., Ohio.

3351. I. CLEON JAMES FAIRBANKS, b. Nov. 6, 1879; bookkeeper in Union
National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio.
3352. II. GRACE ELIZABETH FAIRBANKS, b. Jan. 18, 1881; d. Oct. 6, 1888.

2108. SAMUEL WALLACE MOORE, b. Troy, Geauga Co., Ohio, Jan. 24, 1862;
m. at Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 30, 1896, Harriet Shepard, dau. of John Darwin
Shepard and Rosalie E. (Barlow) Cook; she was b. Kingston, Caldwell Co., Mo., May
11, 1869. Mr. Moore is an attorney-at-law. He graduated from the Cleveland, Ohio,
High School in June, 1879; from Adelbert College, of Cleveland, Ohio, in June, 1884;
from Law Department, Kansas State University, at Lawrence, Kansas, in June, 1887.
Since Jan., 1894, he has been a member of the law firm of Lathrop, Morrow, Fox &
Moore, of Kansas City, Mo. He is 6 feet, 1 inch in height; weight 210 pounds;
complexion light; brown hair and blue eyes. No issue.
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2112. FRANK HORACE MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Sept. 1, 1872; m. Nerva Maria,
dau. of Louis and Leah (Reisner) Duff, at Horton, Kansas, Sept. 26, 1900. She b. Nov.
13, 1873, at Muscotah, Kansas. She was a student at the University of Kansas, and
taught in the public schools of Horton, Kansas. He is a graduate of the Kansas State
University, and of the Columbia Law School, Washington, D. C. Res., Albuquerque, N.
M.

There is 1 child.

3353. I. HORACE DUFF MOORE, b. April 5, 1902.

2117. HIEL BENJAMIN HART, b. Atwater, Ohio, April 30, 1842; d. Chicago, Ill.,
May 20, 1893; interred, Akron, Ohio He m. Isadora C., dau. of John Goodwin and
Mary Ann (Brown) Young, at West Point, Ohio, April 23, 1868. She b. East Liverpool,
Ohio, Nov. 16, 1845. He was a physician. He enlisted in the 15th Ohio Vol. Infantry, and
served 3 months, then in Co. "A," 42d Ohio Infantry, and served 3 years. After the close
of the war he read medicine and practiced his profession to the time of his death.

They had 3 children.

3354. I. * GERTRUDE ELLEN HART, b. West Point, Ohio, Jan. 16, 1869.
3355. II. PERLEA CALISTA HART, b. West Point, Ohio, Feb. 12, 1871.
3356. III. GRACE ISADORA HART, b. Akron, Ohio, Nov. 12, 1873.

2119. DAVID PRESTON HART, b. Atwater, Ohio, March 18, 1852; m. Caliste B.,
dau. of William R. Clay and Elizabeth (Simpson) McCoy, at London, Ohio, Jan. 27,
1883. She b. there, Jan. 14, 1860; d. Akron, Nov. 18, 1886. He was educated at Ann
Arbor, Mich., and is now a member of the W. J. M. Gordon Chemical Co., of Cincinnati,
Ohio. Res., Akron, Ohio.

There was 1 child.

3357. I. WILLIAM HENRY HART, b. Akron, Ohio, March 26, 1884; d. June
22, 1894.

2121. LUCY ELLEN SIZER, b. Mantua, Ohio, Aug. 8, 1846; m. James S., son of
Samuel and Margaret (Stevenson) McLain, at Ravenna, Ohio, June 2, 1868. He is a
dentist.

There were 5 children.

3358. I. SAMUEL DALLAS MCLAIN, b. Ashland, Ohio, May 7, 1869.
3359. II. NELLIE EUNICE MCLAIN, b. Ashland, Ohio, March 14, 1871.
3360. III. JAMES HORACE MCLAIN, b. Oct. 26, 1874, Hartford City, Ind.
3361. IV. EVA FLORENCE MCLAIN, b. Marion, Ind., Aug. 31, 1876; m. William
L. Carey, at Marion, Dec. 16, 1896.
3362. V. CORA MARGARET MCLAIN, b Marion, Ind., Oct. 23, 1881; d. May
29, 1890.

2127. EVA JOSEPHINE LADD, b. May 6, 1868; m. Chas. F., son of Anson F. and
Lucy (Carlton) Plum, Mantua, Ohio, Sept. 22, 1891. He b. Aurora, Ohio, May 21,
1864; bookkeeper.


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There was 1 child.

3363. I. GRACE VIRGINIA PLUM, b. Akron, Ohio, May 27, 1893.

2133. FRANK CLYDE MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Oct. 27, 1866; m. Carrie Lucile,
dau. of Daniel and Cynthia (Rice) Dean, at Chagrin Falls, June 1, 1898. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3364. I. BERNARD LAURENCE MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, May 9, 1899.

2134. AMMIE ALETTA MOORE, b. Mantua, Ohio, Jan. 19, 1875; m. William Newton,
son of John and Mary Margaret (Christian) Herbert, at Mantua, Ohio, Feb, 14, 1900. He
is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3365. I. JOHN CHENEY HERBERT, b. Mantua, Dec. 5, 1900.

2138. FANNY MOORE DERTHICK, b. Mantua, Ohio, Feb. 5, 1867; m. Dr. Eugene,
son of Julius and Ellen (Payne) Hannum, in Mantua, June 19, 1894; he b. Brecksville, Ohio,
Jan. 14, 1859. He is a physician. Res., Mantua Station, Ohio.

There was 1 child.

3366. I. MARY ETTA HANNUM, b. Feb. 5, 1897.

2140. BENJAMIN M. DERTHICK, b. Mantua, Ohio, June 27, 1872; m. Mary Lois, the
dau. of Daniel and Mary (Pierce) Plum, in Mantua, Sept. 19, 1894. She b. Mantua, Ohio.
He is a clergyman of the Disciple Church.

There were 3 children.

3367. I. HOWARD BENJAMIN DERTHICK, b. April 28, 1896; d. March 6, 1898.
3368. II. EVEREST DERTHICK, b. Dec. 30, 1897.
3369. III. LOUISE DERTHICK, b. June, 1901.

2142. PERLEA S. DERTHICK, b. Mantua, Ohio, March 1, 1879; m. Henry J., son of
James M. and Alice M. (Hubbell) Derthick, New Castle, Pa., Nov. 17, 1897. He was b.
Bedford, Ohio, Oct. 23, 1872. Is a minister of the Disciple Church. He graduated from
Hiram College, Ohio, 1897, and was called to the Madison Avenue Church, Cleveland,
Ohio. He resigned there the second year to accept a call in Berea, Ky., in connection with
the college, and as pastor of the Christian Church. The third year of Dr. H. J. Derthick's
work there finds him with position assured and with unlimited opportunity for usefulness.

There was 1 child.

3370. I. FRANCES LEIGH DERTHICK, b. Berea, Ky., Feb. 23, 1900.

2146. ELIZABETH MATILDA NYE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1840; m. there, Dec.
27, 1870, Charles M., son of Charles
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W. and Mary (Wallis) McLellan. He is a banker and broker; b. Beverly, Mass.

They have 3 children, b. Bloomfield, N. J.

3371. I. DONALD MCLELLAN, b. --.
3372. II. HUGH MCLELLAN, b. --.
3373. III. MALCOME MCLELLAN, b. --.

2148. MARGARET BARNES NYE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1846; m. there, Oct.
26, 1870, Seargent Prentiss, son of Jonathan F. and Anna (Prentiss) Stearns. He was b.
Newburyport, Mass., and is a lawyer and ex-consul at Montreal, Canada.

They had 4 children, b. Newark, N. J.

3374. I. CHARLES FREEMAN NYE STEARNS, b. Sept. 10, 1871; d. Aug. 29,
1893.
3375. II. GRACE NYE STEARNS, b. Oct. 23, 1874.
3376. III. SEARGENT PRENTISS STEARNS, b. Sept. 10, 1878; d. Oct. 2, 1878.
3377. IV. MARGARET PRENTISS STEARNS, b. Nov. 29, 1881.

2152. MARY LAURA NYE, b. March 16, 1854, Champlain, N. Y.; m. there, June 6,
1887, Isaac Watson, son of Isaac and Martha (Porter) Dyer. He is a lawyer.

They have 2 children, b. Portland, Maine.

3378. I. LAURA DYER, b. July 5, 1888.
3379. II. ISAAC BARTLETT CABOT DYER, b. Jan, 4, 1891.

2159. ANNA HUBBELL MYGATT, b. Newark, N. J., Nov. 29, 1841; d. Auburn,
Cal., July 31, 1896; cremated at San Francisco, Cal. She m. at Chazy, N. Y., Oct. 15,
1873, Charles, son of Thomas and Margaret (Warner) Van Norden. He was b. Oct. 10,
1843, and is a clergyman.

There were 4 children, b. St. Albans, N. Y.

3380. I. CARL VAN NORDEN, b. July 17, 1874; d. July 17, 1874.
3381. II. RUDOLPH WARNER VAN NORDEN, b. Jan. 4, 1876.
3382. III. OTTOMAR HOAGLAND VAN NORDEN, b. June 1, 1878.
3383. IV. MAXIMILIAN LANGDON VAN NORDEN, b. Sept. 14, 1880.

2162. LEMUEL CARRINGTON MYGATT, b. Chazy, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1849; m.
Montclair, N. J., Nov. 16, 1876, Sophia Hartt, dau. of John William and Mary (Hartt)
Weidemeyer. She was b. Dec. 3, 1852. He is a teacher.

They have 4 children.

3384. I. JESSIE CARRINGTON MYGATT, b. at Montclair, N. J., Sept. 6, 1877.
3385. II. KENNETH MYGATT, b. at Inwood, N. Y., March 29, 1879.
3386. III. GERALD MYGATT, b. at Speiten Duyvil, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1887.
3387. IV. FRANCIS STETSON MYGATT, b. at Chazy, N. Y , Sept. 8, 1891.

2164. JULIUS HUBBELL SEYMOUR, b. at St. Albans, Vt., Oct. 30, 1855; m. New
York City, June 5, 1888, Jeannie Frances, dau. of James Mortimer and Julia Root
(Holmes) Billings. She
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was b. at Philadelphia, Pa., March 28, 1863. He is a lawyer, and is now (1901) a
member of the New York legislature.

There was 1 child.

3388. I. SUSAN HUBBELL SEYMOUR, b. New York City, Nov. 12, 1889.

2165. EDMUND HENRY SEYMOUR, b. St. Albans, Vt., Oct. 3, 1858; m. Anne
Sprague, dau. of George Henry and Emeroy (Vilas) Beckwith. She was b. at
Plattsburg, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1864. He is a banker and broker.

There were 2 children.

3389. I. EMEROY VILAS SEYMOUR, b. at Tacoma, Wash., June 6, 1891.
3390. II. CATHARINE SEYMOUR, b. Tacoma, Wash,, March 16, 1893.

2168. ANNA MOORE HUBBELL, b. Chazy, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1857; m. at Chazy,
N. Y., Dec. 30, 1880, Clarence H. Jones.

They have 1 child.

3391. I. MARGARET JONES, b. --.

2170. MARY CAROLINE HUBBELL, b. Chazy, N. Y., May 28, 1861; m. there,
Aug. 18, 1884, John William North. He is a cashier.

They have 1 child.

3392. I. EDGERTON GRANT NORTH, b. June 29, 1900.

2171. JULIUS C'SAR HUBBELL, b. Chazy, N. Y., June 4, 1863; m. Carrie
Loomis, at Chazy, (?), N. Y. June 4, 1889. He is a chemist.

They have 4 children.

3393. I. WOLCOTT HUBBELL, b. April 2, 1890.
3394. II. FRANCIS HUBBELL, b. Aug. 8, 1891.
3395. III. BECKWITH HUBBELL, b. Feb. 3, 1893.
3396. IV. RUTH HUBBELL, b. --.

2172. GEORGE LORING HUBBELL, b. Chazy, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1865; m. July
15, 1891, Eliza Strong, dau. of John Isaac and Susan Frances (Sherwood) Platt.
She b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1867. He is manager and agent of the Stewart
Estate, Garden City, L. I.

They have 5 children, b. Garden City, N. Y.

3397. I. JOHN PLATT HUBBELL, b. Jan. 22, 1893.
3398. II. GEORGE LORING HUBBELL, b. April 20, 1894.
3399. III. SHERWOOD HUBBELL, b. Nov. 1, 1895.
3400. IV. MARGARET HUBBELL, b. Feb. 5, 1898.
3401. V. C. ELIZABETH HUBBELL, b. June 3, 1900.

2173. MARGARET SUSAN HUBBELL, b. at Chazy, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1868; m.
Alaric B. Start, at Chazy, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1899. He is with The Literary Publishing
House, New York.

They have 1 child.

3402. I. CEDRIC START, b. Aug. 18, 1900.

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2179. SARAH WETMORE WHITESIDE, b. Fishkill, N. Y., May 26, 1847; m.
Francis Coran, son of William H. and (???) (Reille) Brown, Champlain, N. Y., Oct. 20,
1870.

They had 7 children.

3403. I. FRANCES CORAN BROWN, b. at Philadelphia, Pa., June 3, 1872.
3404. II. KATHARINE WHITESIDE BROWN, b. Chicago, Ill., July 14, 1875.
3405. III. EDWARD BROWN, b, --; d. 1878.
3406. IV. MARY WHITESIDE BROWN, b. --; d. 1883.
3407. V. MARGARETTA BROWN, b. Nov. 23, 1884.
3408. VI. JOHN WHITESIDE BROWN, b. June 10, 1886.
3409. VII. ELEANOR BROWN, b. July 31, 1888.

2184. JOHN ROBERTSON WHITESIDE, b. at Champlain, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1859; m.
Ethel D'Arcy, dau. of George D'Arcy and Emily (Street) Boulton, at Highland Park, Ill.,
Oct. 28, 1897. He is a manufacturer.

There was 1 child.

3410. I. JOHN ROBERTSON WHITESIDE, b. Oct. 9, 1901.

2185. THOMAS WHITESIDE RAE, b. Hartford, Conn., Oct. 28, 1841; d. May 27,
1893, New York City; m. Minnie Worthington Whitehouse, b. --; d. at
Irvington-on-the-Hudson, May, 1901. He was a naval officer.

There was 1 child.

3411. I. NEWTON IZARD WHITESIDE RAE, b. --.

2186. HELEN MARGARET RAE, b. Jan. 13, 1845, at Hartford, Conn.; m. at
Champlain, N. Y., May 15, 1873, Matthew, son of Abraham and Catharine
(Brinkerhoff) Du Bois, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 1841. Living at 268 Madison Ave., New
York City. He is a physician.

There was 1 child.

3412. I. ETHEL DU BOIS, b. at New York City, Sept. 16, 1880.

2189. THOMAS WHITESIDE WILBOR, b. at Old Chatham, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1852;
m. Grace Stanley, at New Briton (?), Conn., June 20, 1883. She was b. at New Briton,
Conn., Sept., 1853.

They had 3 children, b. at New Briton, Conn.

3413. I. ROBERT STANLEY WILBOR, b. 1887; d. 1887.
3414. II. KATHARINE STANLEY WILBOR, b. April 29, 1888.
3415. III. THOMAS WHITESIDE WILBOR, b. Dec. 9, 1892.

2192. GEORGE SHATTUCK WHITESIDE, b. at Boston, Mass., March 14, 1873;
m. Adeline Haven, dau. of D. W. Cheever, at Boston, Mass., Oct. 31, 1898. He is a
physician at Boston, Mass.

They have 1 child.

3416. I. FREDERICK SHATTUCK WHITESIDE, b. at Boston, Mass., Oct. 14,
1899.

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2179. SARAH WETMORE WHITESIDE, b. Fishkill, N. Y., May 26, 1847; m.
Francis Coran, son of William H. and (???) (Reille) Brown, Champlain, N. Y., Oct. 20,
1870.

They had 7 children.

3403. I. FRANCES CORAN BROWN, b. at Philadelphia, Pa., June 3, 1872.
3404. II. KATHARINE WHITESIDE BROWN, b. Chicago, Ill., July 14, 1875.
3405. III. EDWARD BROWN, b, --; d. 1878.
3406. IV. MARY WHITESIDE BROWN, b. --; d. 1883.
3407. V. MARGARETTA BROWN, b. Nov. 23, 1884.
3408. VI. JOHN WHITESIDE BROWN, b. June 10, 1886.
3409. VII. ELEANOR BROWN, b. July 31, 1888.

2184. JOHN ROBERTSON WHITESIDE, b. at Champlain, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1859; m.
Ethel D'Arcy, dau. of George D'Arcy and Emily (Street) Boulton, at Highland Park, Ill.,
Oct. 28, 1897. He is a manufacturer.

There was 1 child.

3410. I. JOHN ROBERTSON WHITESIDE, b. Oct. 9, 1901.

2185. THOMAS WHITESIDE RAE, b. Hartford, Conn., Oct. 28, 1841; d. May 27,
1893, New York City; m. Minnie Worthington Whitehouse, b. --; d. at
Irvington-on-the-Hudson, May, 1901. He was a naval officer.

There was 1 child.

3411. I. NEWTON IZARD WHITESIDE RAE, b. --.

2186. HELEN MARGARET RAE, b. Jan. 13, 1845, at Hartford, Conn.; m. at
Champlain, N. Y., May 15, 1873, Matthew, son of Abraham and Catharine
(Brinkerhoff) Du Bois, b. at Fishkill, N. Y., 1841. Living at 268 Madison Ave., New
York City. He is a physician.

There was 1 child.

3412. I. ETHEL DU BOIS, b. at New York City, Sept. 16, 1880.

2189. THOMAS WHITESIDE WILBOR, b. at Old Chatham, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1852;
m. Grace Stanley, at New Briton (?), Conn., June 20, 1883. She was b. at New Briton,
Conn., Sept., 1853.

They had 3 children, b. at New Briton, Conn.

3413. I. ROBERT STANLEY WILBOR, b. 1887; d. 1887.
3414. II. KATHARINE STANLEY WILBOR, b. April 29, 1888.
3415. III. THOMAS WHITESIDE WILBOR, b. Dec. 9, 1892.

2192. GEORGE SHATTUCK WHITESIDE, b. at Boston, Mass., March 14, 1873;
m. Adeline Haven, dau. of D. W. Cheever, at Boston, Mass., Oct. 31, 1898. He is a
physician at Boston, Mass.

They have 1 child.

3416. I. FREDERICK SHATTUCK WHITESIDE, b. at Boston, Mass., Oct. 14,
1899.

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2196. HENRY HOYLE, b. Champlain, N. Y., June 5, 1846; m. at Champlain, N. Y.,
April 29, 1875, Mary Barry, dau. of James Kent and Jennete (Evans) Averill. She b. at
Champlain, March 21, 1854. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3417. I. HENRY HOYLE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1878.

2197. LAURA CATHARINE HOYLE, b. Champlain, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1848; m. Rev.
Charles H., son of Charles H. and Mary E. (Blackwell) Burr, at Champlain, Aug. 19,
1874. He is a clergyman.

There were 4 children.

3418. I. MARJORIE BURR, b. Riverdale, New York City, Jan. 30, 1878.
3419. II. DOROTHY BURR, b. New York City, Dec. 22, 1884.
3420. III. WINIFRED BURR, b. Williamstown, Mass., Jan. 7, 1890.
3421. IV. ARESON BUCHANAN BURR, b. Williamstown, Mass., Nov. 4, 1893.

2210. FREDERICK MYGATT MOORE, b. Plattsburg, N. Y., May 5, 1855; m.
Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1894, Anna Pierson, dau. of Charles Hamlin and Mary
Augusta (Pierson) Stillwell.

They have 2 children.

3422. I. RAYMOND PIERSON MOORE, b. New York City, Jan. 23, 1895.
3423. II. HAZEL FRANCES MOORE, b. West Somerville, Mass., May 19, 1896.

2211. HENRY PHILIP MOORE, b. Plattsburgh, N. Y., July 25, 1859; m. at Los
Angeles, Cal., Jan. 20, 1892, Luta Howells, dau. of Dexter Sampson and Suzana Eunice
(Howells) Jordan.

They have 1 child.

3424. I. WILLIAM DOUGLASS HOWELLS MOORE, b. Fairhaven, Wash., Feb.
2, 1893.

2214. THOMAS WILLIAM MOORE, b. New York City, May, 1866; m. at North
Yakima, Wash., April 8, 1896, Julia, dau. of Edward Jackson and Louisa Izabel (Baker)
Smith. She b. at St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 25, 1872.

They have 2 children.

3425. I. GEORGE THOMAS MOORE, b. North Yakima, Wash., Nov. 13, 1898.
3426. II. PHILLIP LYNDE MOORE, b. Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 9, 1901.

2215. EMILY LOUISA SAWYER MOORE, b, Brookline, Mass., Sept. 19, 1864; m. at
Bolton Landing, Lake George, N. Y., June 28, 1899, John Nichols, son of Thomas
Whiteside and Frances Charlotte (Nichols) Moore. (See No. 2212.) He. was b.
Plattsburgh, N. Y., June 25, 1861. Mr. Moore was educated at Moravian Military
Academy, at Nazareth, Pa., Plattsburgh, N.Y., Academy, and Plainfield, N. J., High
School. Nov. 1, 1879, he accepted a situation with the Atlantic Mutual Marine and Inland
Insurance Co., where he still remains, having been promoted through the different

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departments to his present position of first assistant of Endorsement
Department. Height, 5 feet, 9 inches; weight, 145 pounds; complexion fair, with
brown hair and gray eyes.

There was 1 child.

3427. I. JOHN SAWYER MOORE, b. Brooklyn, N. Y,, Oct. 23, 1901.

2217. MINNIE SAWYER MOORE, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1868; d.
Portsmouth, N. H., Jan. 15, 1902; was interred at Bolton Landing, Lake
George, N. Y. She m. at U. S. Navy Yard, Mare Island, Cal., Oct. 14, 1890,
Commander William Elbridge, son of William Henry and Celinda (Signor)
Sewell.

Mr. Sewell was b. Colchester, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1851. He entered the Naval
Academy, Sept., 1867; graduated and appointed midshipman, June, 1871. He
served in Congress and Wabash on European Station, 1871-2; was promoted
ensign July, 1872; in Plymouth and Ticonderoga European and home stations,
1872-4; coast survey Steamer Blake, Gulf of Mexico, 1874-7; promoted
master, April, 1876; receiving ship Passaic, 1878; Alaska, Pacific Station,
1878-81; torpedo ram Alarm, 1881-2; flag ship of Admiral Porter at
Centennial of Yorktown; Naval Observatory, 1882-3; promoted junior
lieutenant, March, 1883; lieutenant, October, 1883; Ossippee, Asiatic Station,
1884-87; Naval Observatory, March to July, 1887; Navy Yard, Mare Island,
Cal., July, 1887-90; Petrel and Marion, April, 1891 to July, 1894; Mare Island
Navy Yard, 1894-97; Montgomery, January, 1897; dynamite gun boat
Vesuvius, 1897-99, preventing filibustering from Florida to Cuba; dispatch boat
and blockade duty during the Spanish War; throwing dynamite shells into
Spanish defences at Santiago during blockade of that place; gun boat Topeka,
1899; promoted lieutenant commander, March, 1899; Abarenda, 1899-1900,
at Pago Pago, Samoa, where he surveyed harbor, located and commenced
putting in wharf buildings, etc. He returned home and was ordered as
equipment officer to the Navy Yard at Portsmouth, N. H., Sept., 1900. He was
promoted commander, 1901.

They have 3 children, b. U. S. Navy Yard, Mare Island, Cal.

3428. I. MARJORIE LOUISA SEWELL, b. Aug. 5, 1891.
3429. II. BARBARA LEE SEWELL, b. July 27, 1894.
3430. III. HELEN MOORE SEWELL, b. June 27, 1896.

2218. ELSIE SAWYER MOORE, b. Portsmouth, N. H., March 28, 1871; m.
at "The Moorings," Bolton Landing, Lake George, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1899, Hon.
Robert, son of William and Melcena (Wessel) Mazet. He b. May 15, 1857, at
Pittsburg, Pa. He is a lawyer, graduated at Columbia College in 1879, A. M.,
L. L. B.

In 1876, at the age of 18, he enlisted in the 18th Reg. N. G. of Pa. In 1877, on
active service two weeks in Pittsburg, and then five weeks at Plymouth and
Wilkesbarre in suppression of railroad and coal miners strikes and the arrest of
"Molly Maguires." Counsel to New York State Agricultural Bureau, as deputy
attorney general; member New York State Legislature, 1897-99; member of
Trust Investigating Committee; Chairman Committee on Cities; Chairman of
Committee on Investigation of Departments in the City of New York, known as
the "Mazet Committee;" Chairman of the State Board of Transfer Tax
Appraisers, 1900-01. Captain Co. "D," 7th Regiment, N. G., N. Y. Enlisted,
July 31, 1882; on active service during Buffalo railroad strike, 1893; Brooklyn
trolley strikes, Jan. 1895; Croton dam strikes, April, 1900.

There was 1 child.

3431. I. ROBERT MAZET, b. Oct. 28, 1901, at New York City.
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2227. KATHERINE FITCH VAN VALKENBURG, b. Chatham Center, N. Y., Feb.
19, 1847; m. Aaron Ford, son of Fletcher and Ann Eliza (Ford) Williams, at Chatham,
N. Y., July 1, 1868. He is a banker and farmer; b. Newark, Wayne Co., N. Y., Aug.
15, 1841.

They have 7 children, all but one b. at Chatham Center, N. Y.

3432. I. JAMES V. V. WILLIAMS, b. April 25, 1870; m. Margaret M. Babcock,
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1894.
3433. II. EVELYN WILBOR WILLIAMS, b. June 21, 1873; m. E. Goodrich
Smith, April 9, 1896, Chatham, N. Y.
3434. III. FLETCHER FORD WILLIAMS, b. Nyack, Rockland Co., N. Y., Nov.
1, 1875; m. Mabel G. Daley, Chatham, N. Y., 1894.
3435. IV. JOHN JAY WILLIAMS, b. Sept. 27, 1877; m. Clara L. Babcock, at
Chatham Center, N. Y., 1896.
3436. V. ROGER WILLIAMS, b. Nov. 5, 1879.
3437. VI. CHARLES HOUSMAN WILLIAMS, b. Oct. 22, 1881.
3438. VII. ANNA DAVIDSON WILLIAMS, b. May 11, 1884.

2229. ALICE EVELYN MOORE, b. Chicopee, Mass., Nov. 8, 1865; m. Thomas
Barnes, son of Henry and Margaret (Barnes) Wolfe, at Denison, Kansas, June 3, 1885.
He b. Allegheny, Pa., Sept. 8, 1859. She is 5 feet, 3 inches high; weighs 110 pounds;
brown hair, and black eyes. He is an architect.

There are 5 children.

3439. I. LAWRENCE LOGAN WOLFE, b. Kansas City, Mo., March 23, 1890.
3440. II. THOMAS EMERSON WOLFE, b. Kansas City, Mo., April 12 1892.
3441. III. MARGARET ODELL WOLFE, b. Ben Avon, Pa., March 26, 1894.
3442. IV. CORNELIA FRANCES WOLFE, b. Ben Avon, Pa., Jan. 26, 1896.
3443. V. JOHN BYRON WOLFE, b. Ben Avon, Pa., Nov. 17, 1899.

2230. GEORGE HENRY MOORE, b. Denison, Kan., April 2, 1869; m. Delia Rhoda,
dau. of Chenoweth Bunn and Phoebe Ann (Weese) Hart, at Holton, Kan., April 5,
1892. She b. Circleville, Kan., Aug. 17, 1873. He was for 3 years in the general offices
of the Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Memphis R. R., and has been town clerk for a term in
Cedar township. He is a farmer. Is 5 feet, 9 inches high; weighs 145 pounds; brown hair
and black eyes.

There were 3 children, b. Denison, Kan.

3444. I. NORMA LUCILE MOORE, b. Aug. 24, 1894.
3445. II. HOWARD EDWIN MOORE, b. Aug. 29, 1896.
3446. III. RALPH WARREN MOORE, b. March 2, 1899.

2231. CHARLES HERBERT GALLUP, b. Marcellus, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1867; m. Helen
M., dau. of Roger W. and Harriet (Farr) Griswold, at Ashtabula, Ohio, Dec. 24, 1890.
She b. Ashtabula. He is a reporter.

There were 2 children.

3447. I. JOHN GRISWOLD GALLUP, b. March 12, 1893.
3448. II. HARRIET GRISWOLD GALLUP, b. Aug. 24, 1898.

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2232. JESSIE ELIZABETH GALLUP, b. Irving, Kansas, May 19, 1870; m.
Charles W., son of William and Elizabeth (Walker) Hopkins, at Ashtabula, Ohio,
Dec. 11, 1889. He b. Saybrook, Ohio, April 22, 1863. He is a successful
gardener.

There were 2 children.

3449. I. GRACE ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. Dec. 26, 1890.
3450. II. ALDEN WALKER HOPKINS, b. Sept. 13, 1892.

2235. WILLIAM C. GALLUP, b. Irving, Kan., Aug. 3, 1879; m. Lena, dau. of
William and Mary (Archer) Castle, at Saybrook, Ohio, Oct. 3, 1899. She b.
Ashtabula, Ohio. He is a tanner.

There was 1 child.

3451. I. ELEANOR LUCINDA GALLUP, b. Aug. 14, 1900.

2254. ALICE MINNIE THOMPSON, b. Feb. 13, 1857; m. Arnold Laraway,
May 5, 1879.

They have 3 children.

3452. I. RALPH ROGER LARAWAY, b. Chatham, N. Y., May 14, 1880.
3453. II. ELSIE LARAWAY, b. Chatham, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1892.
3454. III. RAY BURGESS LARAWAY, b. Chatham, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1900.

2265. MARY P. PYLE, b. Feb. 23, 1867; m. Louis Webb, May 5, 1887.

There were 2 children.

3455. I. CURTIS C. WEBB, b. Bellvoir, Cal., Nov. 2, 1888.
3456. II. (???) WEBB, b. Dec. 7, 1892.

2267. KATHERINE S. PYLE, b. July 6, 1874; m. Louis Huseman, June 6, 1896.

There were 2 children, b. Shasta Valley, Cal.

3457. I. KATHERINE A HUSEMAN, b. March 13, 1897.
3458. II. RICHARD F. HUSEMAN, b. Feb. 17, 1899.

2268. FRANCES R. PYLE, b. Aug. 4, 1876; m. Granville Hayes, June 6, 1894.

There were 2 children.

3459. I. FRANCIS HAYES, b. British Columbia, April 8, 1899.
3460. II. CAROLINE HAYES, b. British Columbia, April 13, 1900.

2289. MINNIE ELIZABETH COOK, b. March 4, 1870, at Dexter, N. Y.; m.
William R., son of Robert and Helen (Meek) Stokes, at Marine City, Mich., Sept
28, 1894. He was b. at Wolf Island (St. Lawrence River), March 11, 1867. He is
a farmer.

They have 3 children, all b. at Sombra, Ont.

3461. I. MILTON LONSDALE STOKES, b. Aug. 12, 1895.
3462. II. LAVERNE FRANKLIN STOKES, b. Sept. 17, 1896.
3463. III. WINFIELD GORDON STOKES, b. April 28, 1898.

2312. ROXANA MOORE, b. Blendon, Ohio, Feb. 2, 1845; m. James Madison
Allen, Sept. 20, 1865.

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There were 4 children.

3464. I. * VIRGIL DOUGLASS ALLEN, b. Sept. 7, 1869.
3465. II. HOSMER A. ALLEN, b. 1871.
3466. III. CHARLES LOVETT ALLEN, b. 1874.
3467. IV. JULIA M. ALLEN, b. 1882.

2313. EMERITT JOSEPHINE RUGG, b. Palestine, Ohio, Dec. 25, 1837; d. Feb. 20,
1882, at Anson, Mo.; m. John William, son of George and Mary (Cummins) Sawyers.
He was b. at Louisville, Ky., May 20, 1831. They were m. at Peakesville, Mo., June 17,
1863. He is a farmer.

They had 6 children, all b. at Anson, Mo.

3468. I. MARY BELLE SAWYERS, b. April 28, 1864; m. Frances Marion Ross,
May 7, 1882.
3469. II. HELEN JOSEPHINE SAWYERS, b. July 9, 1866.
3470. III. GEORGE THEODORE SAWYERS, b. July 30, 1869; d. Aug. 7, 1869.
3471. IV. LAURA ANN SAWYERS, b. Aug. 10, 1870.
3472. V. FRANK EDWARD SAWYERS, b. June 4, 1873.
3473. VI. HATTIE THERESA SAWYERS, b. Nov. 27, 1875; d. at Chico, Cal.,
July 5, 1891.

2316. EDWARD LAWS RUGG, b. Chambersburg, Mo., May 17, 1853; m. Isadorah,
dau. of Levi and Eliza Pierce, at Dexter, Iowa, Nov. 9, 1876. She was b. at Monrovia,
Ind. He is a carpenter.

They had 2 children.

3474. I. FRANK EDWARD RUGG, b. at Dexter, Iowa, Oct. 17, 1877; d. June
5, 1890.
3475. II. BERTRAM G. RUGG, b. at Alton, Kan., June 25, 1880.

2317. HATTIE EMMA RUGG, b. Farmington, Iowa, Feb. 25, 1858; d. at Anson,
Mo., Feb., 1882. She m. G. W. Wales, Dec. 3, 1877. He was a railroad contractor.

There was 1 child.

3476. I. OSCAR WALES, b. Minneapolis, Minn., 1879; d. 1884.

2321. TOM RAY MOORE, b. March 22, 1861; d. at Roscoe, South Dakota, April 12,
1887; m. Ottella Florence, dau. of Benjamin and Anna Maria (Hagenbuch) Smith, at
Evansville, Ind., Jan. 6, 1887. She was b. Montgomery Co., Ohio, Aug. 22, 1865.

There was 1 child.

3477. I. TOM RAY MOORE, b. at 45 Washington Ave., Evansville, Ind., Oct.
23, 1887.

2326. EMMA D. WILLIAMS, b. Reese's Station, Franklin Co., Ohio, Aug. 11, 1846;
m. John, the son of James and Mary (Phillipps) Thomas, at Reese's, Ohio, Dec. 16,
1869. He was. b. in the parish of Narbeth, County of Pembroke, South Wales, Eng.,
Aug. 1, 1837; d. Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1893. He was a farmer.

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There were 2 children.

3478. I. GRACE THOMAS, b. April 18, 1871; m. Columbus, Ohio, Oct 26,
1898, Karl T. Webber.
3479. II. FLORENCE THOMAS, b. May 23, 1875; d. Aug. 22, 1875.

2327. GEORGE WASHINGTON WILLIAMS, b. Reese's Station, Ohio, Oct. 8,
1848; m, Jennie, dau. of Richard and Jennie Myers, at Columbus, Ohio, April 7, 1871.
She was b. Columbus, Jan. 26, 1850. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, all b. Columbus, Ohio.

3480. I. MAY E. WILLIAMS, b. May 31, 1872.
3481. II. HARLIE H. WILLIAMS, b. Jan. 15, 1875.
3482. III. LUCILLE B. WILLIAMS, b. Oct. 10, 1878.

2328. FRANK M. WILLIAMS, b. Franklin Co., Ohio, Feb. 10, 1851; m. at
Bloomington, Ind., Feb. 25, 1877, Mary J., dau. of William and Margaret J.
(McConnell) Weimer. She b. Noble Co., Ohio, May 9, 1856; d. Bloomington, Ind.,
Feb. 19, 1887. He m. 2d, Sept. 30, 1896, at Bloomington, Mrs. Fanny M. Cron.

There were 4 children, b. Bloomington, Ind.

3483. I. FRANK EDWIN WILLIAMS, b. Jan. 27, 1878.
3484. II. LAURA ALICE WILLIAMS, b. July 18, 1880.
3485. III. FLORENCE WILLIAMS, b. June 4, 1883; d. Oct. 19, 1884.
3486. IV. MABLE WILLIAMS, b. Nov. 1, 1886.

2330. HUGH LE GARE WILLIAMS, b. Reese's, Ohio, Jan. 9, 1855; m. at Columbus,
Ohio, June 19, 1876, Mary Frances, dau. of Wilmer Smith and Harriet Amelia
(Compston) Simmons. She b. Findlay, Ohio, Jan. 16, 1857. He is a carpenter.

There are 2 children, b. Columbus, Ohio.

3487. I. IRMA VERNA WILLIAMS, b. Nov. 26, 1877; m. Albert Heinmiller,
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 22, 1898.
3488. II. ELSIE BERYL WILLIAMS, b. Sept. 20, 1879.

2331. EDWIN RUTHVIN WILLIAMS, b. Reese's, Ohio, Feb. 16, 1858; m. at
Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 24, 1890, Adelaide, dau. of William and Adeline (Fitzhenry)
Bentz. She b. Hudson, Ill., Jan. 18, 1866. He is an accountant.

There was 1 child.

3489. I. EDWIN RUTHVIN WILLIAMS, b. 333 West 5th St., Columbus, Ohio,
July 30, 1896, at 11:30 o'clock, a. m.

2337. CORDELIA A. MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, March 31, 1864; m. Charles
Clayton, son of Charles A. and Polly (Harris) Thayer, at Gahanna, May 5, 1887.
Livery.

They have 1 child.

3490. I. JESSIE F. THAYER, b. Gahanna, July 17, 1888.

2348. MARY CATHERINE CLARK, b. at Brownsville, Minn., July 22, 1858; m.
John T., son of Thomas J. and Gwen (Jones)

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Evans, at Brownsville, Minn., Nov. 20, 1878; he b. at Racine, Wis., March 19, 1851. He is a
tile and cement sidewalk contractor.

They have 8 children.

3491. I. CLARK THOMAS EVANS, b. at Brownsville, Minn., Dec. 20, 1879; d.
Jan. 2, 1884.
3492. II. ESTHER ROXANA EVANS, b. at Brownsville, Feb. 23, 1881; d. July
27, 1881.
3493. III. LLOYD HARMON EVANS, b. at Brownsville, Minn., June 20, 1882;
d. Feb. 19, 1884.
3494. IV. JOHN CHRISTOPHER EVANS, b. at Brownsville, Minn., March 15,
1886.
3495. V. CHLOE WILLIAMS EVANS, b. at Brownsville, Minn., Aug. 6, 1887.
3496. VI. DAVID EDWARD EVANS, b. at W. La Crosse, Wis., Jan. 5, 1890.
3497. VII. MARY GWENDOLIN EVANS, b. at W. La Crosse, Wis., Sept. 8, 1893.
3498. VIII. AMANDA GERTRUDE EVANS, b. at W. La Crosse, Wis., Nov. 20, 1896.

2349. CHARLES ALVIN MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, April 22, 1864; m. Celia A., dau. of
William Miller, at Gahanna, Ohio, May 22, 1888. She was b. at Gahanna, Ohio, Jan. 7, 1867.
He is a farmer.

They have 3 children.

3499. I. NEOMA ELENA MOORE, b. Dec. 28, 1889.
3500. II. LEONA WHYMENIA MOORE, b. May 29, 1891.
3501. III. LEO HAROLD MOORE, b. Jan. 21, 1897.

2352. EDWARD DAVID MOORE, b. Gahanna, Ohio, June 14, 1871; m. at Shepard, Ohio,
Feb. 28, 1894, Mamie Peak. She b. Oct. 1, 1875. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Gahanna, Ohio.

3502. I. MYRTLE MARIE MOORE, b. Aug. 18, 1895.
3503. II. FREDERICK SUTTON MOORE, b. Dec. 14, 1898.
3504. III. GEORGE ELSTON MOORE, b. Oct. 8, 1899.

2366. HELEN THANKFUL MOORE, b. Tyringham, Mass., Nov. 21, 1859; m. at
Tyringham, March 5, 1884, Herbert A. Fuller.

There was 1 child.

3505. I. NINON LETTICE FULLER, b. Dec. 22, 1885.

2367. FREDERICK MILTON MOORE, b. Oct. 10, 1861; m. in Housatonic, Mass., Dec.
30, 1886, Nellie M., dau. of Luke M. and Hannah (Patterson) Arnold. She b. West
Stockbridge, Mass., Dec. 5, 1859. He is a druggist in Housatonic, Mass.

There was 1 child.

3506. I. MILTON MOORE, b. June 21, 1894.

2368. HOMER LUCIEN MOORE, b. Jan. 9, 1864; m. in Pittsfield, Mass., May 4, 1886,
Hattie M., dau. of George Augustus and Harriet R. (Stockwell) Goodsell. She b. April 12,
1870. He is a railroad mail agent.

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There were 5 children.

3507. I. HARRIET MARGERY MOORE, b. March 11, 1893.
3508. II. RUSSELL HOMER MOORE, b. Dec. 11, 1895.
3509. III. GERALD BARBER MOORE, b. June 12, 1897.
3510. IV. RUTH EMOGENE MOORE, b. Dec. 15, 1898; d. Aug. 8, 1899.
3511. V. GEORGE OSWOLD MOORE, b. July 7, 1900; d. Sept. 20, 1900.

2370. GUY DE MOND MOORE, b. Dec. 20, 1869; m. New Lebanon, N. Y.,
Oct. 17, 1897, Elna, the dau. of Nails Nelson, b. Sweden, Dec. 12, 1868.

There was 1 child.

3512. I. RICHARD NELSON MOORE, b. Tyringham, Mass., July 25, 1898.

2409. HENRY ADAMS, b. Tariffville, Conn., April 18, 1859, m. Hattie Blanche,
dau. of Isaac and Sophia E. (Hulse) Delaney, at Hannibal, Mo., June 24, 1885. She
b. there, July 25, 1867. He is a druggist.

There were 2 children, b. Spring Hill, Kan.

3513. I. EDNA MARTHA ADAMS, b. Feb. 5, 1888.
3514. II. DELANEY ADAMS, b. July 6, 1890.

2411. MARTHA VASHTI ADAMS, b. Tariffville, Conn., Jan. 14, 1865; m.
Charles Morris Wooster, M. D., at Tariffville, Conn., May 13, 1885. He is son of
Peter and Caroline (Morris) Wooster and was b. Bridgewater, Conn.

There were 2 children, b. Tariffville.

3515. I. LAURA VIRIENNE WOOSTER, b. May 16, 1888.
3516. II. CHARLES ADAMS WOOSTER, b. Dec. 27, 1893.

2419. GEORGE CHESTER MOORE, b. Northeast, Dutchess Co., N. Y., March
20, 1849; m. Fanny, dau. of Porter and Roxana (Smith) Silvernail, at Ancram, N. Y.
She b. Pine Plains, N. Y. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Northeast, N. Y.

3517. I. GEORGE CHESTER MOORE, b. Jan. 8, 1879.
3518. II. HARRY S. MOORE, b. April 3, 1880.
3519. III. ARTHUR H. MOORE, b. April 24, 1889.

2428. FANNY MOORE, b. --; m. --Sampson, and had 7 children:

3520. I. EMMA SAMPSON, b --.
3521. II. CORA SAMPSON, b. --.
3522. III. MARY SAMPSON, b. --.
3523. IV. BERTHIA SAMPSON, b. --.
3524. V. LAURA SAMPSON, b. --.
3525. VI. EARL SAMPSON, b. --.
3526. VII. GEORGE SAMPSON, b. --,

2430. HESTER MOORE, b. --; m. William A. Nugent, and had 2 children.

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3527. I. GEORGE NUGENT, b. --.
3528. II. PAYNE P. NUGENT, b. --.

2431. MABEL C. MOORE, b. Oct. 4, 1870; m. James Williams, Oct. 30, 1890, and
had 2 children.

3529. I. FOREST WILLIAMS, b. Nov. 29, 1891.
3530. II. (???) WILLIAMS, b. Jan. 2, 1893.

2439. MARY DIADAMIA BRYANT, b. Jan. 25, 1847; m. James H. Redfern, Jan.
28, 1866.

They had 1 child.

3531. I. LOTTIE B. REDFERN, b. Aug. 12, 1867; d. Feb. 11, 18--; unmarried.

2440. GEORGE W. BRYANT, b. Sept. 20, 1844; m. Sarah Howard, Feb. 14, 1870.

They had 3 children.

3532. I. MAUD E. BRYANT, b. Oct. 30, 1873; m. John Harper, Amherst,
Ohio.
3533. II. ADALINE L. BRYANT, b. June 2, 1877.
3534. III. SADIE BRYANT, b. --, 1880.

2442. ELMER C. BRYANT, b. Sept. 26, 1855; m. Hannah Kelley, Oct. 2, 1879.

They had 5 children.

3535. I. CHARLES C. BRYANT, b. --.
3536. II. MINNIE M. BRYANT, b. --.
3537. III. HARVEY BRYANT, b, --; d. --.
3538. IV. ADELBERT BRYANT, b.--; d --.
3539. V. K. MILDRED BRYANT, b. --.

2443. CHARLES C. BRYANT, b. Oct. 19, 1859; m. Eva Harris.

They have 1 child.

3540. I. EVA JANE BRYANT, b. 1891.

2444. JAMES BIRCHARD NICHOLS, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 9, 1826; m.
Rockford, Ill., Mary Black, Feb. 17, 1858. She b. Dec. 29, 1836.

There were 2 children.

3541. I. LOUIS BLACK NICHOLS, b. Guilford, Ill., Jan. 24, 1860; m. Lydia
Nelson, Jan. 14, 1886. She b. Aug. 3, 1861. No issue.
3542. II. * ELIZA LOUISE NICHOLS, b. Guilford, Ill., Dec. 14, 1861.

2447. LUTHER STEPHEN NICHOLS, b. Becket, Mass., Nov. 13, 1838; m. at
Stockbridge, Mass., Ellen Hare, Oct. 21, 1864.

They have 1 child.

3543. I. HERBERT MOORE NICHOLS, b. West Stockbridge, Mass., Nov. 9,
1865; m. Mary Susan Ferry, Dec. 26, 1887. She b. Sept. 1,
1859. No issue.

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2451. FRANCES ALMIRA MOORE, b. Rochester, N. Y., July 15, 1844; m. Edward
Clinton Learned, Dec. 27, 1866.

There were 2 children.

3544. I. LETTY HARRIET LEARNED, b. Sept. 12, 1867.
3545. II. EDWARD EVERETT LEARNED, b. Aug. 1, 1870; d. Dec. 16, 1876.

2452. JULIA LEAVITT MOORE, b. Lee, Mass., July 2, 1852; m. George Parker, Aug.
12, 1870. She d. New Britain, Conn., July 12, 1871.

There was 1 child.

3546. I. GEORGE PARKER, b. July 11, 1871; m. and lives in Boston.

2462. ELLEN E. MOORE, b. Becket, Mass., Jan. 14, 1847; m. James A. Allis, Syracuse,
N. Y., Oct. 1, 1873. He b. Sept. 3, 1840.

There were 4 children, b. Syracuse, N. Y.

3547. I. WILLIAM MOORE ALLIS, b. Oct. 24, 1874; d. May 1, 1875.
3548. II. OLIVE DIANTHA ALLIS, b. March 8, 1876.
3549. III. MABEL MOORE ALLIS, b. April 7, 1879.
3550. IV. IDA LOUISE ALLIS, b. Feb. 16, 1885.

2463. WILLIAM AUSTIN MOORE, b. Grove City, Ohio, Nov. 7, 1854; m. Hartford,
Conn., Ida Pratt Cargill, Oct. 8, 1878. She b. April 11, 1855.

They have 2 children.

3551. I. MARJORIE PEET MOORE, b. Hartford, Conn., Oct. 16, 1888.
3552. II. WILLIAM CADWELL MOORE, b. Hartford, Conn., May 20, 1898.

2465. CHARLOTTE ADELAIDE MILLARD, b. Becket, Mass., Aug. 2, 1848; m. Lee,
Mass., Albert Theodore Bristol, Oct. 6, 1866.

There were 6 children, all but the first 2 b. at Lebanon Springs, N. Y.

3553. I. * LELLHOOD BRISTOL, b. Hinsdale, Mass., Nov. 6, 1868.
3554. II. NEWTON SHERWOOD BRISTOL, b. Stockbridge, Mass., Feb. 16, 1870.
3555. III. * CORA ADELAIDE BRISTOL, b. July 15, 1872.
3556. IV. FRANK LOUIS BRISTOL, b. Jan. 1, 1876; m. Nina Else Cole, Dec.
5, 1895.
3557. V. HERBERT E. BRISTOL, b. Jan. 6, 1887.
3558. VI. ALICE MAY BRISTOL, b. Sept. 5, 1889; d. May 9, 1891.

2466. AUSTIN SHERWOOD MILLARD, b. Becket, Mass., May 21, 1851; m. May 3,
1876, Esther Tucker, b. Sept. 8, 1856. He d. E. Lee, Oct. 9, 18--.

They had 5 children, b. East Lee, Mass.

3559. I. * CLARA BELLE MILLARD, b. March 19, 1877.
3560. II. OLIVER SHERWOOD MILLARD, b. Feb. 20, 1879; d. Nov. 6, 1885.
3561. III. CHARLES ELMER MILLARD, b. March 28, 1881.
3562. IV. ABBIE ELIZABETH MILLARD, b. March 23, 1883.
3563. V. HATTIE LOUISE MILLARD, b. July 27, 1885.

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2468. ELLA VIRGINIA FILLEY, b. Becket, Mass., Sept. 13, 1851; m. there, Aug.
2, 1876, Herbert Howell, M. D. He b. Ilfracombe, England, May 8, 1847.

There were 2 children.

3564. I. HERBERT WATTS MOORE HOWELL, b. Nov. 26, 1887; d. Jan. 31,
1888.
3565. II. HERBERT CLYDE HOWELL, b. June 14, 1890; d. July 20, 1890.

2469. CARRIE S. PARKS, b. Montgomery, Mass., Dec. 17, 1842; m. Spelman J.,
son of James and Anna (Lathrop) Stewart, at Montgomery, Oct. 15, 1865. He b.
Blandford, Mass., Nov. 27, 1835; d. Springfield, Mass., Sept. 29, 1885.

There were 4 children, all b. at Blandford, Mass.

3566. I. * BLANCHE CARRIE STEWART, b. Aug. 2, 1867.
3567. II. WILLIS SPELMAN STEWART, b. July 1, 1869.
3568. III. ALBERT EDWARD STEWART, b. July 9, 1871.
3569. IV. MABEL A. STEWART, b. Jan. 17, 1878.

2471. ADDIE M. BARTHOLOMEW, b. Montgomery, Mass., April 22, 1840; m.
John, the son of Porter and Sarah (Atwater) Fowler, at Montgomery, May 29, 1861.
He b. Westfield, Mass., July 26, 1825. Res., 87 East Silver St., Westfield, Mass.

There were 5 children, b. Westfield, Mass.

3570. I. PORTER NATHAN FOWLER, b. Nov. 16, 1863; d. May 21, 1865.
3571. II. JOHN HENRY FOWLER, b. Nov. 3, 1865.
3572. III. LILLIAN M. FOWLER, b. Jan. 24, 1867; d. Feb. 29, 1872.
3573. IV. ALBERT EDGAR FOWLER, b. Nov. 17, 1873.
3574. V. HAROLD EARL FOWLER, b. April 0, 1880.

2474. LAURA E. PARKS, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 11, 1843; d. Westfield,
Mass., Jan. 19, 1870; m. Milo Morgan, at Westfield, Nov. 2, 1863. He is a farmer
and merchant.

There were 3 children, b. Westfield, Mass.

3575. I. HERBERT MORGAN, b. Sept. 7, 1865; d. May 31, 1895.
3576. II. ELLEN G. MORGAN, b. Feb. 21, 1868.
3577. III. EDGAR P. MORGAN, b. Sept. 13, 1869; m. Fanny Long, March 24,
1892.

2475. JOSEPHINE MARY MOORE, b. July 7, 1844; m. Eber Eggleston, son of
Elijah and Esther (Eggleston) Owen, at Montgomery, Mass. He b. Hartford, Conn.,
May 19, 1833; d. May 4, 1885. Her address, 164 High St., Hartford, Conn.

There was 1 child.

3578. I. * FLORA BELLE OWEN, b. Westfield, Mass., March 29, 1870.

2476. LEANDER ATWATER MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 7, 1847; d.
there, Aug. 26, 1886. He m. Amma Allyn, dau. of Edwin and Elizabeth Bell (Upson)
Phelps, at Westfield, Mass., May 4, 1870. She b. Westfield, Feb. 18, 1850. He was a
farmer. Mr. Moore held several town offices.
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There were 5 children.

3579. I. * EVA PHELPS MOORE, b. Wyben, Mass., Sept. 1, 1872.
3580. II. MARY ELIZABETH MOORE, b. Wyben, Mass., Oct. 4, 1874.
3581. III. * JULIA MARIA MOORE, b. March 22, 1876.
3582. IV. ARLINGTON LEANDER MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., March 23,
1880.
3583. V. EDWIN ALLEN MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Oct. 16, 1885.

2477. GEORGIANNA MARIA MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 7, 1848; m.
Lyman Elihu, son of Elihu and Jeannette (Miller) Gaylord, at Montgomery, March 20, 1866.
He b. Westfield, Mass., 1844; d. there, May 15, 1877. He was a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Westfield, Mass.

3584. I. FRANK ELIHU GAYLORD, b. May 1, 1868; m. Anna Frances Thompson,
Boston, Dec. 2, 1897.
3585. II. MALAH BAGG GAYLORD, b. June 8, 1877.
3586. III. MARY LYMAN GAYLORD, b. June 8, 1877; d. Aug. 16, 1878.

2479. ORLAND E. MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Oct. 18, 1850; m. Agnes S., dau.
of Thomas and Jane (Babcock) Smith, at Hamilton, Ontario, Aug. 5, 1872. She b. Oxford,
England, Oct. 3, 1849. He is a machinist.

They have 3 children.

3587. I. * HILDA C. MOORE, b. Hamilton, Ontario, April 27, 1873.
3588. II. LOTTIE J. MOORE, b. Hamilton, Ont., June 27, 1877; d. March 8,
1888.
3589. III. * MAY A. MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., July 28, 1881.

2480. ELBERT KIRK MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Aug. 14, 1855; m. Jennie, dau. of
Henry and Harriet (Griffin) Molasky, at Youngstown, N. Y. She b. Bramford, Canada, June
28, 1860. He is a traveling salesman.

There were 3 children.

3590. I. ESTELLA GERTRUDE MOORE, b. Bramford, Canada, April 28, 1877;
m. John Driscoll, Albany, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1899; he b. Detroit,
1871.
3591. II. HARRY EARL MOORE, b. Bramford, April 3, 1879; m. Zella Gray,
Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1901; she b. Ontonagon, Mich., Jan. 3,
1883.
3592. III. CLARENCE MILTON MOORE, b. Mt. Vernon, Canada, March 28, 1881.

2481. ANNA VIRGINIA MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., March 1, 1866; m. Anson
Brainard, son of Hiram R. and Cordelia (Pratt) Norton, at Albany, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1885.
He b. Westfield, Mass., April 2, 1866. Manager Telephone Exchange. Res., 15 Linden St.,
Brookline, Mass.

There was 1 child.

3593. I. PAULINE ANNA NORTON, b. Westfield, Mass., May 31, 1886.

2482. ADA BELLE MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass, Aug. 8, 1853; m. Duane Nelson,
son of Richardson and Julia Ann (Viets) Griffin, there, Jan. 1, 1880. He b. Granby, Conn.,
Dec. 24, 1853.

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He is a Methodist clergyman. Res., 411 Windsor Ave., Hartford, Conn.

There were 3 children.

3594. I. JENNIE MABEL GRIFFIN, b. Unionville, Conn., March 28, 1884.
3595. II. RAY MAYNARD GRIFFIN, b. Meriden, Conn., March 30, 1890.
3596. III. ROY DUANE GRIFFIN, b. Hamden, Conn., Dec. 12, 1893.

2486. FAUNCE ANTHON MOORE, b. Montgomery, Mass., Dec. 12, 1865; m.
Ada, dau. of Clinton and Jane (Skates) Smith, at Farmington, Conn., March 13, 1886.
She b. there, Aug. 15, 1867. Res., Westfield, Mass.

There were 3 children.

3597. I. LLEWELLYN FAUNCE MOORE, b. Westfield, Oct. 18, 1889.
3598. II. HAROLD ANTHON MOORE, b. Westfield, Aug. 15, 1893.
3599. III. LILA MAY MOORE, b. Dec. 25, 1898.

2491. MYRON W. TUCKER, b. Montgomery, Mass., Feb. 11, 1854; m. Julia M.,
dau. of Albert and Grace M. (Stebbins) Moody, at South Hadley Falls, Mass., March
29, 1880. She b. Granby, Mass., Sept. 16, 1857.

There were 2 children, b. Chicopee, Mass.

3600. I. ALBERT MOODY TUCKER, b. Oct. 13, 1881.
3601. II. MERTON MYRON TUCKER, b. Feb. 10, 1885.

2492. OSCAR DWIGHT TUCKER, b. Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 7, 1858; m. Ella
Maria, dau. of Mahlon Chapman and Eveline Asenath (Morse) Sheldon, at Westfield,
Mass., Feb. 19, 1885. She b. Southampton, Mass., July 29, 1861. He is a farmer. Res.,
Ludlow, Mass.

There were 3 children.

3602. I. ORLAND WILLIAM TUCKER, b. Southampton, Mass., Oct. 24, 1888.
3603. II. EVELYN MAY TUCKER, b. Ludlow, Mass., Feb. 25, 1896.
3604. III. LAURA JULIA TUCKER, b. Ludlow, Mass., Feb. 11, 1898.

2495. ELBERT AUGUSTUS CHAPMAN, b. Montgomery, Mass., Sept. 14, 1859;
m. Lizzie Holman, dau. of James Madison and Celestia L. (Brockett) Lloyd, at
Westfield, Mass., Feb. 23, 1884. She b. Montgomery, April 16, 1862. Farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Montgomery, Mass.

3605. I. FRED LLOYD CHAPMAN, b. Sept. 1, 1887.
3606. II. ELBERT AUGUSTUS CHAPMAN, b. Dec. 30, 1895.
3607. III. CELESTIA MELISSA CHAPMAN, b. Sept. 16, 1898.

2496. EDWARD MILBURN CHAPMAN, b. Montgomery, Mass., June 20, 1864; m.
Mary Louise, dau. of George Isaiah and Juliette (Bliss) Thomas, at Lee, Mass., April 30,
1890. She b. Otis, Mass., July 20, 1871. Farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Blandford, Mass.

3608. I. HELEN MAY CHAPMAN, b. April 23, 1891.
3609. II. WILLIAM EDWARD CHAPMAN, b. April 20, 1893.
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2500. FRED LAWRENCE CLARK, b. Montgomery, Mass., May 3, 1863; m. Etta
M., dau. of Henry K. and Sarah M. (Edmunds) Prentice, at Westfield, Mass., March
12, 1895. She b. Hartford, Conn. He is a farmer. Res., Southampton, Mass.

There was 1 child.

3610. I. RUTH LUELLA CLARK, b. May 25, 1897.

2501. ETTA JOSEPHINE CLARK, b. Montgomery, Mass., Jan. 29, 1865; m.
James Kelso, son of Daniel Dwight and Antoinette (Kelso) Axtell, at Huntington,
Mass., Sept. 8, 1886. He was b. Huntington, Mass.

There was 1 child.

3611. I. DE WITT C. AXTELL, b. --, 1898.

2518. MARY CHAPMAN MOORE, b. Mt. Upton, N. Y., March 10, 1870; m.
Robert, son of Robert and Janet (McPherson) Andrews, at Mt. Upton, N. Y., Sept. 5,
1894. He b. New York, Sept. 27, 1866.

They had 1 child.

3612. I. ROBERT HAMILTON ANDREWS, b. April 30, 1898.

2522. EDGAR D. MOORE, b. at Oxford, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1861; m. Gertrude M.,
dau. of Alexander and Jane A. (Kenyon) Daniels, at Binghamton, N. Y., June 25,
1893. He is a clothier.

There were 2 children, b. Oxford, N. Y.

3613. I. MARY J. MOORE, b. March 23, 1894.
3614. II. JULIAN E. MOORE, b. Dec. 17, 1896.

2524. MARY E. MOORE, b. Guilford, N. Y., July 7, 1861; m. Melvin L., son of
Willis and Mary Ann (Bowers) Walker, at Oxford, N. Y., May 21, 1884. He is a
farmer.

They have 2 children, b. Oxford, N. Y.

3615. I. MARY J. WALKER, b. July 21, 1885.
3616. II. LE GRANDE WALKER, b. July 23, 1887.

2558. DELIA SOPHIA GRISWOLD, b. July 11, 1833; m. Hartford, Conn., May 5,
1855, Chat Augustus Griffin; he b. in New York City, March 14, 1829. She d. in
West Hartford, Conn., Aug. 24, 1871, and is buried there, at Spring Grove Cemetery.
He was a dealer in gentlemen's furnishing goods, at Hartford, Conn.

They had 5 children, b. in Hartford, Conn.

3617. I. LILIAN ESTELLE GRIFFIN, b. Nov. 19, 1858; d. Dec. 30, 1860.
3618. II. WARHAM GRISWOLD GRIFFIN, b. July 7, 1863; d. April 18, 1864.
3619. III. LEILA CHRISTINE GRIFFIN, b. Aug. 31, 1865.
3620. IV. * MAY EUGENIE GRIFFIN, b. March 6, 1867.
3621. V. EDWARD AUGUSTUS GRIFFIN, b. Sept. 16, 1868.

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2559. HELEN MINDWELL HASTINGS GRISWOLD, b. Nov. 14, 1838; m. at
Hartford, Conn., April 21, 1857, Abner, son of Abner and Jane (Van Lieu) Lawton. He
was b. New York City, Sept. 1, 1834; d. at West Hartford, Conn., April 8, 1867;
buried at Hartford, Conn. He was a flour and grain merchant of New York City. She m.
2d, James Hart Welch, of Forestville, Conn., at West Hartford, Sept., 1870, and d.
there, Nov. 14, 1870.

There were 4 children, b. New York City.

3622. I. CHARLES EDMUND LAWTON, b. March 9, 1858; d. at Hartford, June
3, 1858.
3623. II. * HELEN LAWTON, b. Nov. 5, 1860.
3624. III. * ANNIE WARHAM LAWTON, b. March 6, 1863.
3625. IV. GUY LAWTON, b. Oct. 30, 1864; d. Dec. 15, 1866.

2561. LEILA ISABEL GRISWOLD, b. Feb. 19, 1849; m. at West Hartford, Conn.,
Jan. 28, 1875, Niles Pratt, son of Alanson Hodges and Susan Eusebia (Williams) Hough,
M. D. Niles Pratt Hough was b. at Essex, Conn., Aug. 30, 1844. He is a banker and
broker of Hartford; res., West Hartford, Conn.

They have 2 children, b. at West Hartford, Conn.

3626. I. HELEN GRISWOLD HOUGH, b. Nov. 17, 1875.
3627. II. ADELE REDFIELD HOUGH, b. Sept. 18, 1877.

2562. NANCY GRISWOLD THOMPSON, b. Jan. 30, 1843; m. at East Granby,
Conn., Aug. 13, 1860, Martin Henry, son of Henry and Lydia (Brunson) Smith. Martin
Henry Smith was b. Aug. 5, 1833. He graduated from Williams College in 1857, and
then taught two years in the Connecticut Literary Institute. He was principal of Maysville
Collegiate Institute at Maysville, Kentucky, when he became principal of the Connecticut
Literary Institute, which position he held till 1889, when he resigned. In 1893, he was
elected judge of probate for Suffield, which office he now holds (1902). He is treasurer
of the Suffield Savings Bank, and was grand commander of the Knights Templar of
Kentucky. He is a member of the Second Baptist Church at Suffield, and a Republican.
He is 5 feet, 11 inches high, and weighs 180 pounds.

They have 2 children, b. Maysville, Ky.

3628. I. * FLORENCE THOMPSON SMITH, b. July 2, 1862.
3629. II. * LILLIAN JOSEPHINE SMITH, b. Oct. 29, 1865.

2564. KATIE MARY THOMPSON, b. March 26, 1849, m. at East Granby, Conn.,
June 9, 1875, Marvin H., son of George W. and Jane Elizabeth (Adams) Sanford, M. D.
He was b. at Simsbury, Conn., Sept. 20, 1837, and d. there, Dec. 8, 1896; buried at St.
Andrews, Bloomfield, Conn. He was a farmer, and for many years keeper of the State
poor. "He was a most highly esteemed and useful citizen, being a warden of Trinity
Church, a director of the State Prison, and a member of the Masonic fraternity."
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There were 2 children, b. Simsbury, Conn.

3630. I. MARVIN HARRY SANFORD, b. Nov. 17, 1878; d. April 24, 1880.
3631. II. EDWARD THOMPSON SANFORD, b. June 8, 1881.

2566. DELIA SOPHIA THOMPSON, b. Oct. 8, 1857; m. at East Granby, Conn.,
Sept. 5, 1883, William M. W., son of Michael and Sarah (Ormold) Ward; both
natives of England. He was b. at Riverton, Conn., 1853, and is a lawyer. Res., Los
Angeles, Cal.

They have 3 children.

3632. I. HENRY PARKER WARD, b. at Riverton, Conn., Oct., 1885.
3633. II. HELEN JOSEPHINE WARD, b. at Riverton, Conn., July 25, 1888.
3634. III. WILLIAM M. W. WARD, b. at Denver, Colo., Jan. 1, 1896.

2568. CALISTA L. THOMPSON, b. July 7, 1850; m. May 13, 1884, J. L.
Stratton. They live in Ottawa, Kan.

They have 2 children.

3635. I. BAYARD STRATTON, b. May, 1885.
3636. II. MARION STRATTON, b. Dec., 1886.

2570. NELLIE MARIA THOMPSON, b. Nov. 25, 1861; m. at Lacon, Ill., Oct.,
1895, -- Mountjoy. She resides with her father at his home in Lacon, Ill.

They have 2 children.

3637. I. RUTH MOUNTJOY, b. --.
3638. II. LUCIUS MOUNTJOY, b. --.

2581. CHARLES FRANK THOMPSON, b. Aug. 13, 1864; m. April, 1888,
Emma Adams. He resides in Chicago, Ill.

They have 1 child.

3639. I. ELIZABETH ADAMS THOMPSON, b. April 29, 1889.

2590. FLORENCE GILLETTE HEWITT, b. March 15, 1868; m. in Peoria, Ill.,
Oct. 9, 1888, Joseph Eliot, son of Eliot and Mary Eliza (Frye) Callender. He was b.
Nov. 21, 1866. He is of the firm of McDonald & Callender, Chicago, Ill.

They have 1 child.

3640. I. HEWITT GILLETTE CALLENDER, b. Sept. 26, 1889.

2593. HELEN ORME HEWITT, b. Aug. 2, 1874; m. at Chicago, Ill., June 30,
1896, Dr. Francis Henry, son of Johan and Annie (Botha) Wessels. Dr. Wessels was
b. in Cape Town, Cape Colony, South Africa, May 10, 1872. He graduated at the
University of Michigan with degree of B. A., 1896; also from Marischal College,
University of Aberdeen, Scotland, with degree of M. Bch. M., 1899. He has also
taken the degree of M. R. C. S.; also L. R. C. P., and has nearly completed a
London degree F. R. C. S.
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Mr. Wessels is a brother to the Peace Envoy, Cornelius Wessels, and a cousin of
President Steyn of the Orange Free State.

They have 1 child.

3641. I. FLORENCE GILLETTE WESSELS, b. in Cape Town, South Africa,
Dec. 2, 1899.

2595. MARTIN PALMER THOMPSON, b. Oct. 1, 1844; m. Dec. 19, 1866, Harriet
P., dau. of Benjamin and Mary (Sinclair) Holdren. In 1869, he was employed in the
construction of a railroad in Litchfield Co., Conn.; in 1871, in building the National road
line in New Jersey; in 1872, he was engaged on a road from Slatington to Reading, Pa.
On Nov. 1, 1875, while on the Easton & Amboy Railroad, he was killed by the
explosion of an engine.

They had 2 children.

3642. I. BENNIE HOLDREN THOMPSON, b. March 9, 1870; d. Aug. 1, 1870.
3643. II. DAISY ESTELLE THOMPSON, b. Jan. 29, 1874.

2596. GODFREY HULSHIZER THOMPSON, b. March 4, 1847; m. Dec. 24, 1867,
Anna Margaret, dau. of James and Mary Ann (Carter) Melick.

There were 3 children.

3644. I. JAMES WILLARD THOMPSON, b. Sept. 24, 1868; d. July 13, 1891.
3645. II. ROSALIE THOMPSON, b. Feb. 24, 1871; d. March, 1874.
3646. III. ANNA LOUISE THOMPSON, b. June 28, 1879.

2597. HENRY HORTON THOMPSON, b. Dec. 5, 1850; m. Jan. 3, 1871, May
Catherine, dau. of William and Sarah (Boyer) Weller.

There was 1 child.

3647. I. ANNA MAUD THOMPSON, b. June 7, 1875.

2599. WILLIAM KASE THOMPSON, b. May 18, 1864; m. June 23, 1893, Louise
Smith, dau. of James Kennedy and Esther Kennedy (Martin) Barber.

There were 2 children.

3648. I. JAMES RODNEY THOMPSON, b March 25, 1894.
3649. II. MARGARET THOMPSON, b. June 6, 1896.

2602. KATIE ANNA THOMPSON ALLEN, b. May 8, 1850; m. Charles Roscoe
Lowell, in Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 20, 1870; settled in Greenfield, Mass. She d. Jan. 2, 1886.

They had 2 children.

3650. I. EDITH ALLEN LOWELL, b. March 3, 1872; d. at Greenfield, Mass.
3651. II. JAMES ALLEN LOWELL, b. July 17, 1879.

2603. EMMA CAROLINE ALLEN, b. May 28, 1858; m. Sept. 15, 1880, William
Dexter Luey; settled in Athol, Mass. (?).

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They had 4 children.

3652. I. LESTER LOWELL LUEY, b. Aug. 17, 1881, at Conway, Mass.
3653. II. WILLIAM ALLEN LUEY, b. Feb. 17, 1883.
3654. III. CHARLES RUPERT LUEY, b. June 23, 1888.
3655. IV. DONALD THOMPSON LUEY, b. Nov. 2, 1895.

2609. EMILY JANE SMITH, b. April 10, 1870; m. at Montreal, Canada, June 6,
1895, George Hibbard, son of David and Mary (Milligan) Warren. He was b. at
Montreal, Jan. 24, 1871, and d. there, Jan. 24, 1897. He was a photo-engraver,
residing at Montreal.

They had 2 children, b. there.

3656. I. DOROTHY HIBBARD WARREN, b. March 20, 1896.
3657. II. GEORGETTE HIBBARD WARREN, b. April 27, 1897.

2611. ROBERT D. MACKIN, b. April 18, 1865; m. at Hartford, Conn., Sept. 24,
1890, Emma Grace, dau. of Morris and Mary (Burnes) Williams. Morris Williams is a
cigar maker, residing at Hartford, Conn. Emma Grace (Williams) Mackin was b. at
Westfield, Mass., May 14, 1870. Robert D. Mackin is a cigar maker.

They have 1 child, b. Hartford, Conn.

3658. I. LAURETTA EUNICE MACKIN, b. Oct. 9, 1891.

2642. MARTHA CRISPELL, b. Spring Arbor, Mich., June 20, 1848; m. Lora
Brezee, at Moscow, Mich., Nov. 16, 1867. He b. South Lee, Mass., July 8, 1835. He
was the son of Lora Gadds and Margaret (Brezee) Yale. After the death of his father,
in 1836, he was adopted by his grandfather, Peter Brezee, and took his name. He is a
farmer.

There were 8 children, all but the last two b. at New Haven, Mich.

3659. I. * GENNERVIA BREZEE, b. June 20, 1870; m. Richard Moore, July 14,
1888.
3660. II. ERNEST WILLIAM BREZEE, b. Dec. 21, 1873; m. Rose Arnold,
March 17, 1899; d. April 3, 1900.
3661. III. LORA CLINTON BREZEE, b. July 23, 1876.
3662. IV. MINA BREZEE, b. March 25, 1879; d. Nov. 4, 1883.
3663. V. DON BREZEE, b. Aug. 1, 1881; d. July 14, 1882.
3664. VI. MARGARETTE PEARL BREZEE, b. Aug. 11, 1884.
3665. VII. FRANKLIN BREZEE, b. June 24, 1888, Crystal, Mich.
3666. VIII. WALTER EDWIN BREZEE, b. Crystal, Mich., June 28, 1891.

2643. MYRA CRISPELL, b. Spring Arbor, Mich., March 21, 1851; m. Arthur
William, son of Thomas and Malinda (Tuttle) Lewis, at New Haven, Mich., June 15,
1878. He b. Berline, Canada, May 24, 1856. He is a farmer.

There were 7 children, all b. New Haven, Mich.

3667. I. WILLIAM H. LEWIS, b. May 20, 1879; d. Oct. 9, 1879.
3668. II. * GENNETTE LEWIS, b. March 30, 1880; m. J. D. Arthur, Austin, Feb.
27, 1898.

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3669. III. GEORGE W. LEWIS, b. Feb. 22, 1882. Studying for ministry.
3670. IV. ARTHUR WILLIAM LEWIS, b. Nov. 18, 1883.
3671. V. ELEANOR LEWIS, b. March 29, 1886.
3672. VI. MABLE M. LEWIS, b. June 9, 1888; d. Jan. 8, 1889.
3673. VII. MABLE LEWIS, b. Jan. 2, 1891.

2645. JAMES CRISPELL, b. Spring Arbor, Mich., Jan. 26, 1844; m. Margaret,
dau. of Andrew and Jane (Rodgers) Townsend, at New Haven, Mich., Jan. 1,
1878. She b. Bethel, N. Y., June 15, 1852. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. New Haven, Mich.

3674. I. AMASA L. CRISPELL, b. May 25, 1879.
3675. II. RAY CRISPELL, b. Aug. 31, 1883.

2653. JOHN M. HOWEY, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., March 29, 1852; d. there,
April 25, 1884; m. Anna M., dau. of Francis J. and Melissa (Saunders) Castle, at
Canandaigua, N. Y., April 28, 1875. She b. Canandaigua, N. Y., April 26,
1850. He was a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Canandaigua, N. Y.

3676. I. MARTHA MELISSA HOWEY, b. April 24, 1877.
3677. II. LOUISE LETITIA HOWEY, b. Oct. 10, 1880.

2654. HARRIET HOWEY, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1857; m. William E.
Booth, there, Jan. 2, 1879. He b. Canandaigua, April 7, 1854. He is a merchant.
Res., Geneseo, N. Y.

There were 2 children.

3678. I. ALICE MARY BOOTH, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1880.
3679. II. HOWEY BOOTH. b. Geneseo, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1885.

2659. EDNA MOORE GUNNISON, b. Lodi, Wis., May 17, 1856; m.
Adelbert S., son of Henry Abram Hawley, at Lodi, Oct. 13, 1884. He b.
Moscow, Mich.; d. at Eden, Mich., Sept. 9, 1899.

There were 4 children, b. Vevay, Mich.

3680. I. FRANCES HAWLEY, b. July 9, 1885; d. June 12, 1888.
3681. II. MARIA HAWLEY, b. July 9, 1885.
3682. III. ALICE HAWLEY, b. Sept. 23, 1886.
3683. IV. LUCY WARNER HAWLEY, b. Nov. 26, 1895.

2660. IRWIN LEVI GUNNISON, b. Lodi, Wis., Oct. 28, 1859; m. Joanna
Agnes Jencks, April 8, 1882. Res., Bancroft, South Dakota.

There were 2 children.

3684. I. VIOLA MOORE GUNNISON, b. Lodi, Wis., Sept., 1884.
3685. II. GEORGE IRWIN GUNNISON, b. Excelsior, Wis., March, 1886.

2661. CHARLES NATHANIEL GUNNISON, b. Lodi, Wis., March 17, 1861;
m. Clara, dau. of Israel and Edna Adelia (Moore) Barnard, at Menominee, Wis.,
Nov. 17, 1883. Her first marriage was to (???) Batchelor. Res., Sioux Falls, S.D.
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There were 2 children.

3686. I. NIEL GUNNISON, b. --, 1884,
3687. II. GRACE MARGUERITE GUNNISON, b. --, 1886.

2662. GEORGE HERBERT GUNNISON, b. Lodi, Wis., Dec. 16, 1864; m. Alice
Jenks, at Iroquois, S. D., March 18, 1885. Res., Lake Preston, S. D.

There were 4 children.

3688. I. LESLIE LYONS GUNNISON, b. --.
3689. II. PERCY IRWIN GUNNISON, b. --.
3690. III. KYLE GUNNISON, b. --.
3691. IV. Infant daughter, b. --.

2664. WILLIAM MOORE GUNNISON, b. Lodi, Wis., Oct. 17, 1869; m. Lenora
Creeden, at Watertown, S. D., Sept. 29, 1892. She d. June 21, 1893. He m. 2d,
Margarite Castle Case, at Lyons, Wis., Dec. 19, 1895.

There was 1 child.

3692. I. ESTHER MARGARITE GUNNISON, b. Sept. 22, 1896.

2665. JOHN HAVEN GUNNISON, b. Lodi, Wis., Oct. 17, 1873; m. Ada Natalia
Ristan, May 28, 1896.

There were 2 children.

3693. I. HAROLD HAVEN GUNNISON, b. Dec. 27, 1897.
3694. II. JOHN PLINY GUNNISON, b. Feb. --, 1900.

2670. SARAH MOORE DUNLAP, b. Lodi, Wis., March 2, 1868; m. Jasper, son of
Levi and Susannah (Miller) Dexter, at Lodi, Sept. 17, 1889; he b. Randolph, Wis., Feb.
18, 1856.

There were 2 children.

3695. I. GRACE EVA DEXTER, b. Lodi, Wis., April 11, 1891; d. Dec. 30, 1899.
3696. II. BERNICE DEXTER, b. South Wayne, Wis., Aug. 20, 1895.

2671. GRACE IRENE DUNLAP, b. Lodi, Wis., Aug. 7, 1870; m. Frank C., son of
Edward B. and Louise (Simons) Meetur, at Lodi, Jan. 30, 1890. He b. Lodi, Jan. 12,
1866. He is a photographer.

There were 3 children, b. Lodi, Wis.

3697. I. HAZEL I. MEETUR, b. Jan. 2, 1891.
3698. II. HAROLD MEETUR, b. Aug. 8, 1894; d. Nov. --, 1894.
3699. III. EDWARD MEETUR, b. May 11, 1896.

2673. EDNA E. MOORE, b. Dunnville, Wis., Nov. 28, 1870; m. George H. Thompson,
at Chetek, Wis., June 3, 1896.

There were 3 children, b. St. Croix Falls, Wis.

3700. I. JAMES MOORE THOMPSON, b. April 30, 1897.
3701. II. HELEN IRENE THOMPSON, b. Dec. 7, 1898.
3702. III. ROBERT C. THOMPSON, b. Sept, 6, 1900.

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2675. FREDERICK H. CASE, b. Scipio, Mich., Aug. 5, 1873; m. Clara B.,
dau. of Richard and Isabella (Peachy) Cantrick, at Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 30,
1895; she b. Blissfield, Mich., Jan. 9, 1874. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Scipio, Mich.

3703. I. GWENDOLIN CASE, b. Aug., 1896.
3704. II. ISABELLA CASE, b.--, 1898.
3705. III. WILLIS CASE, b. June, 1899.

2685. CHARLES AUGUSTUS BORDEN, b. Moscow, Mich., June 26,
1875; m. Grace M., dau. of James K. and Mary (Phillis) Thompson, at
Mosherville, Mich., Oct. 29, 1894; she b. Scipio, Mich., Dec. 9, 1874.

There was 1 child.

3706. I. ZELLA M. BORDEN, b. Dec. 19, 1895.

2697. CHARLES T. RICHARDS, b. Hanover, Mich., Oct. 30, 1872; m.
Mary Belle, dau. of Charles and Mary (Smith) Ford, at Hanover, Mich., June
21, 1893; she b. at Hanover. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. there.

3707. I. ARCHIE IRVING RICHARDS, b. April 6, 1894.
3708. II. MURIEL E. RICHARDS, July 2, 1896.

2742. MINNIE LOUISE MOORE, b. Shiawassee, Mich., April 10, 1866;
m. Perry, son of Thomas and Rachel (Foreman) Duffey, at Shiawassee, Mich.,
Feb. 18, 1897. He b. Delaware Co., Ohio, Aug. 24, 1872. He is a farmer.
Res., Corunna, Mich.

There was 1 child.

3709. I. IRENE DUFFEY, b. Feb. 22, 1898.

2743. SHERBERN MASON DEAN, b. Glendale, N. Y., 1852; m. Susie,
the dau. of Volney B. and Maryetta (Green) Olney, at Watertown, N. Y.,
Oct. 4, 1876. She b. Rutland, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1853. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children.

3710. I. HELEN M. DEAN, b. East Rodman, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1879.
3711. II. MAUDE DEAN, b. Dec. 7, 1889.

2744. WARREN F. DEAN, b. Glendale, N. Y., 1854; m. Hattie M., dau. of
Orrin F. and Deborah Jane (Jacobs) Bowen, at Lowville, N. Y., March 9,
1889. She b. there, April 21, 1860. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3712. I. EDITH HELEN DEAN, b. Watertown, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1889.

2745. LOUIS WALLACE MOORE, b. Shiawassee, Mich., Feb. 24, 1869;
m. Maude, dau. of Richard and Kittie (Schribner) Steele. She b. Shiawassee.
He is a farmer.

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There were 2 children, b. there.

3713. I. HELEN MOORE, b. Dec. 24, 1894.
3714. II. BESSIE BRYAN MOORE, b. Aug., 1896.

2771. FRANK D. ARTHUR, b. Mohawk, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1859; m. Julia, dau. of
Michael and Phoebe (Williams) Conklin, at Ilion, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1880. She b.
Buffalo, N. Y.

There were 2 children, b. Mohawk, N. Y.

3715. I. HELEN FLORENCE ARTHUR, b. Aug. 22, 1881.
3716. II. WILLIAM FRANKLIN ARTHUR, b. Nov. 5, 1884.

2772. WALLACE W. ARTHUR, b. Mohawk, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1860; m. Mame
E., dau. of Simon and Helen (Nugent) Purtill, at Whitesboro, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1898.
He is proprietor of a hotel.

There was 1 child.

3717. I. IRENE CATHERINE ARTHUR, b. Mohawk, N. Y., July 3, 1891.

2774. ELIZA G. ARTHUR, b. Mohawk, N. Y, Nov. 11, 1866; m. George J., son
of Edwin and Hannah Jane (Smith) Shepherd, at Mohawk, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1890.
He b. London, England, Sept. 21, 1869. He is a mechanic.

There was 1 child.

3718. I. GEORGE EDWIN SHEPHERD, b. Mohawk, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1892.

2778. GEORGE J. CARTER, b. Lowville, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1859; m. Alice, dau. of
B. J. and Kattie (Holland) Doxtater, at Watertown, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1884. She b.
Harrisburg, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1861. He is a farmer.

There were 5 children, all except the first b. at Rodman, N. Y.

3719. I. MARTHA ALLIE CARTER, b. Harrisburg, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1886.
3720. II. BRUCE DE WITT CARTER, b. Aug. 20, 1887.
3721. III. VERA MAY CARTER, b. Nov. 15, 1889.
3722. IV. C. BELLA G. CARTER, b. July 21, 1891; d. Aug. 30, 1898.
3723. V. EARL SCOTT CARTER, b. June 6, 1893.

2812. WILBERT TUTTLE MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., March 21, 1872; m.
Martha Nancy, dau. of Samuel S. and Augusta (Porter) Stowell, at Huntington,
Mass., June 6, 1894. He is a merchant.

They have 5 children, b. Huntington, Mass.

3724. I. LILLIAN AUGUSTA MOORE, b. Aug. 1, 1895.
3725. II. MIRIAM ISABEL MOORE, b. Oct. 26, 1896.
3726. III. WARLAND STOWELL MOORE, b. Jan. 24, 1898.
3727. IV. OLIVER PORTER MOORE, b. Nov. 21, 1899.
3728. V. ELMER SAMUEL MOORE, b. May 13, 1901.

2813. ALICE BELL MOORE, b. Russell, Mass., Aug. 18, 1873; m. Arthur E., son
of John and Josephine (Myatt) Hunt, at Westfield, Mass., Nov. 23, 1895. He was
b. Salisbury, Vt., Aug. 9, 1873. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3729. I. HAROLD LUCIAN HUNT, b. Westfield, Mass., Sept. 6, 1896.

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Parents Eighth Generation,

Children Ninth.

2829. EDWARD LEWIS THOMAS, b. Dec. 23, 1820, at Baltimore, Md.; m
Susanna, dau. of William and Susanna (Forsyth) Adreon, at Baltimore. She was b.
there, and d. Oct. 2, 1870. He d. May 7, 1898. He was a director of the Baltimore
and Ohio R. R.; was of the firm of Adreon, Thomas & Co., and was a general of
the Maryland militia. He belonged to the Masons, was an Odd Fellow, and was a
member of the Boundary Avenue Presbyterian Church. He m. 2d, Mrs. Dawson
Painter, of Philadelphia.

They had 11 children, b. at Baltimore, Md.

3730. I. EMMA VIRGINIA THOMAS, b. --; m. William Thompson Miller.
One daughter.
3731. II. IDA SUSANNAH THOMAS, b. --.
3732. III. EMMA MATILDA THOMAS, b. --.
3733. IV. EUGENE THOMAS, b. --.
3734. V. EDWARD ADREON THOMAS, b. --; weigher in custom house.
3735. VI. FANNIE OLIVIA THOMAS, b. --.
3736. VII. FREDERICK FICKEY THOMAS, b. --.
3737. VIII. MATILDA MAY THOMAS, b. --; m. Albert Parlett. They have 2
children.
3738. IX. LAURA AUGUSTA THOMAS, b. --.
3739. X. LINA AUGUSTA THOMAS, b. --.
3740. XI. SUSANNAH THOMAS, b. --.

2830. MATILDA ELIZABETH THOMAS, b. Baltimore, Md., --; m. John Park,
son of John and Elizabeth (Park) Agnew, at Cumberland, Md., Sept. 10, 1846. He
was b. Ebensburg, Pa., Dec. 25, 1820; d. at his country home, "Mount Zephyr,"
near Alexandria, Va., June 7, 1892. Interment, old Presbyterian Cemetery,
Alexandria.

"Mr. Agnew had been a devoted and consistent member and elder of the
Presbyterian Church for many years. His whole life gave evidence of the
genuineness of his piety. He was distinguished for the universal kindness and
gentleness of his character and for his beautiful devotion to his wife and children.
Love reigned in his household. With all his gentleness he possessed great decision
of character. His death will be a great loss to the city in which he lived, for he was
one of its most successful and enterprising citizens, and was universally respected
for his integrity and for the consistency of his Christian life. After a long and useful
life, he died in the full possession of his faculties and in the enjoyment of perfect
peace and with a bright hope of a happy immortality through faith in Jesus Christ.
Mr. Agnew was an own cousin of Dr. D. Hayes Agnew, and resembled the latter
in the gentleness and loveliness of his character.

"John Park Agnew was lineally descended from the immigrant, James Agnew, who
was captain of Associators in provincial times in Pennsylvania. Capt. James
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Agnew was descended from Sir Patrick Agnew, Sheriff of Galloway, at Lochnaw, in
Scotland. John Park Agnew was 6 feet tall, weighed about 200 pounds, and was fair as to
hair and complexion."

They had 10 children.

3741. I. * PARK AGNEW, b. Cumberland, Md., July 3, 1847.
3742. II. * LEANORA MATILDA AGNEW, b. Cumberland; m. March 26, 1849; d,
Dec. 19, 18--.
3743. III. ANNA REBECCA AGNEW, b. --.
3744. IV. MARY VIRGINIA AGNEW, b. --. She is the poet of the family. It
is permitted to copy the following gem from Country Life in
America, of April 1902:

APRIL'S STORY.
BY MARY VIRGINIA AGNEW.

Blossomed orchards, winging birds,
Vernal raptures put in words--
Sunbeams flashing skies of blue,
Dreams of love mayhap come true--
Tell April's story.

A greenish blur, things growing lush,
A bluebird's note, a lilting thrush--
Wind-severed petals swirling high,
The twilight's misting lullaby--
Tell April's story.

Mother-hens, perturbed with pride,
'Neath whose wings wee fledglings hide--
June-like airs born with the light,
Sudden-kindled fires at night--
Tell April's story.

Violets, anemones,
Blithe nest-building in the trees--
Ferns in woodland ways unfurl'd,
Ecstasy--a ravished world--
Tell April's story.

3745. V. DAVID SMITH AGNEW, b. --; d. --.
3746. VI. LILLY AGNEW, b. --; d. --.
3747. VII. AUGUSTUS HARRISON AGNEW, b. April 13, 1861, Alexandria, Va.;
m. Mabel Anderson, Ocala, Florida, Oct. 7, 1893; no issue.
3748. VIII. EDWARD LEWIS AGNEW, b. --; d. --
3749. IX. MINNEHAHA AGNEW, b. --; d. --.
3750. X. MARGARETTA LINTON AGNEW, b. --.

2831. AUGUSTUS MOORE THOMAS, b. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 23, 1823; m. Mary L.
Moon, Baltimore, Md., Oct. 16, 1866. She d. there, June 30, 1869. His residence is
(1901) Dayton, Rockingham Co., Va.

There was 1 child.

3751. I. AUGUSTUS MOORE THOMAS, b. Baltimore, Md., July, 1867; d. June,
1868.

2832. LOUISA CATHERINE THOMAS, b. Baltimore, Md., Sept. 27, 1825; m. Dr.
John G., son of Samuel and Emily (Graham)
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Cootes, at Cumberland, Md., Dec. 14, 1847. He was b. Cootes' Store, Rockingham
Co., Va., Oct. 29, 1825.

There were 14 children, all but 2 b. at Cootes' Store, Va.

3752. I. SAMUEL L. COOTES, b. Frankfort, Va., Sept. 26, 1848; m. Bettie E.
Lyne, 1870.
3753. II. MATILDA P. COOTES, b. Springfield, Va., Nov. 15, 1849; d. April
12, 1850.
3754. III. EMMA D. COOTES, b. April 16, 1851; m. John J. Branner, June 6,
1871.
3755. IV. LAURA GRAHAM COOTES, b. Aug. 21, 1852; m. A. H. Way.
3756. V. HARRIET F. COOTES, b. Nov. 25, 1853; m. D. R. Blakeman.
3757. VI. IDA JANE COOTES, b. Feb. 3, 1855; d. Feb. 25, 1856.
3758. VII. JOHN FRANKLIN COOTES, b. April 26, 1856; m. Catherine Spitzer.
3759. VIII. EDWARD AUGUSTUS COOTES, b. June 30, 1857; m. Ida Haffner.
3760. IX. ANNIE LOUISA COOTES, b. April 7, 1859; m. A. A. Hyde.
3761. X. MARGARET E. COOTES, b. April 1, 1861; d. Sept. 19, 1861.
3762. XI. ANTOINETTE N. COOTES, b. Oct. 14, 1862; d. July 11, 1868.
3763. XII. WILLIAM THOMAS COOTES, b. Sept. 24, 1864; m. Anna Manzy,
Nov., 1899.
3764. XIII. PARK CUSTIS LEE COOTES, b. Aug. 9, 1866; m. Mallie Burkholder.
3765. XIV. EUGENE BAYLOR COOTES, b. Nov. 21, 1867; m. Louise Moore,
April 16, 1894.

2834. RHODA ANN THOMAS, b. Baltimore, Md., Oct., 1828; m. George A., son of
John G. and Mary (Bowers) Hoffman, at Cumberland, Md., Jan. 7, 1858. He was b.
Oct. 16, 1823, at Cumberland, Md., and d. there, April 18, 1891. He was a coal agent.

They had 5 children, b. at Cumberland, Md.

3766. I. LOUISA A. HOFFMAN, b. Oct. 30, 1858; d. April 16, 1862.
3767. II. * EUGENE E. HOFFMAN, b. April 27, 1861.
3768. III. * HELEN AZALIA HOFFMAN, b. Oct. 20, 1864.
3769. IV. BERTHA PAGE HOFFMAN, b. March 31, 1867; d. Nov. 5, 1868.
3770. V. * MATILDA ADINA HOFFMAN, b. Jan. 23, 1869.

2836. JOHN LEWIS THOMAS, b. May 20, 1835; d. Oct. 15, 1893; m. Azalia H.
Huzzy, of Baltimore, Md. Col. Thomas was an unflinching Unionist when it required
courage to be a Union man in this city, and made a speech to the mob from the portico of
the Fountain Inn on the historic 18th of April, and held it back while Gov. Hicks and his
associates were making their escape from the hotel. On the memorable 19th of April,
when the first blood was shed, Col. Thomas helped to carry off a wounded
Massachusetts soldier and delivered the first Union speech made in this city after the
event. He served in the war and was afterwards elected to Congress. He was a delegate
to the Republican convention which nominated Grant and served as collector of the port
under his administration, being re-appointed by Hayes and Garfield. Since then he
declined several appointments and has not held office.

They had 3 children.

3771. I. ZAITIE THERESE THOMAS, b. --.
3772. II. WILLIAM STROEBEL THOMAS, b. --.
3773. III. JOHN LEWIS THOMAS, b. --.

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2837. VIRGINIA ALVERDA THOMAS, b. Winchester, Va., m. George R., son of
Richard and Mary (Redman) Page, at Baltimore, Md. He was b. at Dover, England.
He was a clerk.

They have 1 child.

3774. I. LAURA THOMAS PAGE, b. --.

2842. LAURA SEELEY THOMAS, b. Cumberland, Md.; d. at Baltimore, Md.;
buried at "Greenmount;" m. Richard Newton Moon, at Baltimore, Md. He was b. at
Baltimore, Md., and was buried at Greenmount Cemetery.

They had 2 children.

3775. I. NEWTON MOON, b. Baltimore, Md.
3776. II. WALTER MOON, b. at Baltimore, Md.; m. Nannie McDonald.

2858. CHARLES CLARKE RUBLEE, b. Montpelier, Vt., Oct. 31, 1852; m. Kate,
dau. of William H. and Jane (Blush) Spicer, b. Waterbury, Vt., Aug. 31, 1852; d. Feb.
24, 1897. They were m. at Waterbury, April 28, 1873. He m. 2d, May 18, 1898, at
Burlington, Vt., Lou C., dau. of Amos Austin and Ellen Barr (Moses) Mooney. She b.
Bolton Glen, Canada, June 1, 1865. He is a physician and surgeon, Morrisville, Vt.

There were 5 children.

3777. I. SARAH JANE RUBLEE, b. July 16, 1875; m. Fred M. Pike, Stover,
Vt., Nov. 4, 1897.
3778. II. EDNA SPICER RUBLEE, b. Oct. 20, 1877.
3779. III. EMILY CLARK RUBLEE, b. Dec. 20, 1882.
3780. IV. GEORGE CLARK RUBLEE, b. March 13, 1884.
3781. V. CHARLES MOONEY RUBLEE, b. March 3, 1899; d. Jan. 11, 1902.

2861. LUNA ALICIA BENTLEY, b. Solon, Ohio, Aug. 26, 1844; m. April, 1863.
Omar W. Folsom. Res., Holton, Kan.

There were 4 children.

3782. I. JONATHAN FOLSOM, b. --.
3783. II. CHARLES FOLSOM, b. --.
3784. III. JENNIE FOLSOM, b. --.
3785. IV. GEORGE FOLSOM, b. --.

2865. DANIEL F. KELLOGG, b. Chittenango, N. Y., March 19, 1865; m. Maud I.,
dau. of Gerrit A. and Ellen (Brooks) Forbes, at Canastota, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1891. Mr.
Forbes held the office of Justice of the Supreme Court. Mrs. Kellogg was b. Clockville,
N. Y., Nov. 11, 1864. Mr. Kellogg is 5 feet, 8 inches high; weighs 150 pounds; light
hair and blue eyes. Graduate Amherst, 1886, class orator and took Hyde prize for best
oration. He has been connected with New York Sun since leaving college. City editor
since 1890, and editorial writer.

There were 2 children.

3786. I. DANIEL F. KELLOGG, b. Canastota, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1892.
3787. II. VICTORINE LEE KELLOGG, b. New York City, Dec. 4, 1899.


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2965. JULIA LOUISE MOORE, b. Caneadea, N. Y., June 3, 1842; m. Lorenzo, the
son of Lorenzo and Louisa (Lord) Burrows, at Albion, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1864. He b.
there, May 6, 1839.

There were 4 children.

3788. I. * CHARLES MOORE BURROWS, b. Albion, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1865.
3789. II. * LORENZO BURROWS, b. Albion, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1867.
3790. III. HENRY LORD BURROWS, b. Saginaw, Mich., July 3, 1872; d. Feb.
19, 1876.
3791. IV. LYNN MOORE BURROWS, b. Saginaw, Mich., June 17, 1884.

2967. HENRY MOORE HARRINGTON, b. Albion, N. Y., April 30, 1849; m.
Grace, dau. of Robert Berard, at Highland Falls, N. Y. Mr. Harrington graduated from
the Military Academy at West Point, in June, 1872, and was appointed lieutenant in "C"
Troop, 7th U. S. Cavalry. He fell at the battle of Little Big Horn, fought between the 7th
Cavalry and the Sioux, June 25, 1876.

There were 2 children.

3792. I. GRACE AILEEN HARRINGTON, b. Lincolnton, N. C.
3793. II. HENRY BERARD HARRINGTON, b. Fort Rice, Dakota.

2968. CHARLES DEVEREUX HARRINGTON, b. Coldwater, Mich., Sept. 19,
1863; m. Ellen Electa, dau. of Alonzo and Ellen (Voorhees) Frost, at Cheboygan, Mich.
She b. Pontiac, Mich., June 18, 1862. He is a merchant.

There were 3 children.

3794. I. CHARLES HENRY HARRINGTON, b. March 29, 1887.
3795. II. SHELBY ALONZO HARRINGTON, b. July 23, 1890.
3796. III. EDWARD FROST HARRINGTON, b. Dec. 1, 1896.

2976. ELIZABETH JANE NEWTON, b. Northville, N. Y., June 23, 1846; m.
Nathaniel H., son of Charles and Rosanna (Desautels) Heath, at Northville, Jan. 12,
1870. He b. Plattsburgh, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1844; d. Northville, June 27, 1886. He was a
marble cutter and railroad contracter.

There were 6 children, b. Northville, N. Y.

3797. I. FRANCES NEWTON HEATH, b. Nov. 20, 1870.
3798. II. ARTHUR WINFIELD HEATH, b. Oct. 29, 1872; m. Minnie Van Dyke,
April 7, 1897. She d. July 11, 1897. He m. 2d, Ida M. Wilson,
Oct. 3, 1898.
3799. III. HOWARD NATHANIEL HEATH, b. May 29, 1878.
3800. IV. ETHEL MAY HEATH, b. May 26, 1880.
3801. V. HOMER LESLIE HEATH, b. May 17, 1883.
3802. VI. WARREN WELDON HEATH, b. Sept. 6, 1885.

2979. LYDIA FRANCELIA SLOCUM, b. Northville, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1846; m.
Christopher, son of Samuel and Margaret Heron, at Northville, Jan. 3, 1867. He b. July
3, 1842. He is a printer. Res., Cleveland, Station E.

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There are 6 children, b. Cleveland, Ohio.

3803. I. * MARGARET ELIZA HERON, b. Oct. 25, 1867.
3804. II. * MAUD ALICE HERON, b. Nov. 29, 1869.
3805. III. WILLIAM WALTER HERON, b. Jan. 27, 1875; m. Blanche Luster,
Cleveland, Ohio, June 12, 1901.
3806. IV. ETHEL HERON, b. Jan. 13, 1880.
3807. V. DONALD DOUGLAS HERON, b. Nov. 23, 1882.
3808. VI. ROBERT SLOCUM HERON, b. June 24, 1893.

2980. HARMON BLACKMER SLOCUM, b. Northville, N. Y., March 21, 1849; d.
Decatur, Mich., July 6, 1886; m. Charlotte Electa, dau. of John Frederick and Louisa
(Rowland) Blake, at Northville, Sept. 16, 1869.

There were 2 children, b. Northville, N. Y.

3809. I. RALPH ALBERT SLOCUM, b. April 26, 1871.
3810. II. MAUD ELMA SLOCUM, b. Feb. 23, 1877; d. Sept. 2, 1877.

2981. STILLMAN REUBEN SLOCUM, b. Northville, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1850; m. Ida
Belle, dau. of Lyman T. and Cynthia S. (Nutting) Ransom, at Decatur, Mich., July 11,
1876. She b. there, March 3, 1855. He is a bookkeeper.

There were 2 children.

3811. I. CHARLES EDWARD SLOCUM, b. Evanston, Wyo., April 18, 1877.
3812. II. FANNY BELLE SLOCUM, b. Decatur, Mich, June 25, 1878; m. Frank
Greene, at Colorado Springs, Feb. 5, 1901. Child, Frances
Greene, b. Galesburg, Ill., May 19, 1902.

2982. DARIUS MOORE SLOCUM, b. Northville, N. Y., March 26, 1853; m. Julia
Manchester, dau. of Archabald and Sarah (Dye) Buchanan, at Gloversville, N. Y., in
1879. She d. there, in 1883. He m. 2d, Anna G. Sprague, at Chicago, Ill., April 15, 1895.
He is a dealer in bicycles.

There were 2 children.

3813. I. BERTHA ELIZABETH SLOCUM, b. Mineral Point, Ohio, Oct. 3, 1881.
3814. II. CHARLES ARCHABALD SLOCUM, b. Gloversville, N. Y., Nov., 1882,
d. 1883.

2983. FRANCES ELIZABETH SLOCUM, b. Northville, N. Y., May 11, 1855; m.
Charles Archabald, son of Archabald and Sarah (Dye) Buchanan, at Northville, Oct. 23,
1878. He b. Sept. 6, 1852. Druggist.

There were 3 children, all but last b. at Amsterdam, N. Y.

3815. I. EVA LEE BUCHANAN, b. Aug. 8, 1879; d. Amsterdam, N. Y., Aug.
3, 1901.
3816. II. IDA ZELL BUCHANAN, b. June 22, 1882.
3817. III. CHARLES AUSTIN BUCHANAN, b. Rockton, N. Y., March 6, 1888.

2984. FLORENCE EVELYN SLOCUM, b. Northville, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1857; m.
Robert William, son of William and Agnes ((???)) Lutton, at Amsterdam, N. Y., June 15,
1887. He b. April 5, 1863. He is superintendent of a knitting mill.
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There were 2 children, b. Rockton, N. Y.

3818. I. FLORENCE AGNES LUTTON, b. June 26, 1888.
3819. II. EDITH ESTELLE LUTTON, b. Aug. 31, 1889.

2986. BERTHA ADELLE SLOCUM, b. Northville, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1867; m. George Allen,
son of English John and Susan Weaver (Allen) Warth, at Denver, Colo., June 15, 1897. He
b. Naples, Ill., Feb. 25, 1864. Is a bookkeeper.

There were 3 children.

3820. I. HARMON SLOCUM WARTH, b. Colorado Springs, July 25, 1898; d.
same day.
3821. II. FRANCES ADA WARTH, b. Colorado Springs, Colo., April 9, 1900.
3822. III. JOHN SLOCUM WARTH, b. Colorado Springs, Colo., Nov. 30, 1901.

2991. MARY ADAMS WARNER, b. Pawlet, Vt., Jan. 5, 1857; m. Frederick B. Barrett,
at Pawlet, Vt., May 2, 1887.

There was 1 child.

3823. I. FREDERICK WARNER BARRETT, b. June 15, 1888 (?).

2996. GEORGE P. GRAY, b. Dorset, Vt., March 18, 1852; m. Anna I., dau. of Henry and
Ellen (Payne) Brockway, at Cohoes, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1880. She b. Sand Lake, N. Y., June
14, 1852. He is a manufacturer.

There were 4 children.

3824. I. HENRY BROCKWAY GRAY, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 13, 1882.
3825. II. RAYMOND HOMER GRAY, b. Newark, N. J., March 12, 1885; d.
Sept. 27, 1885.
3826. III. ELAINE PAYNE GRAY, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1886.
3827. IV. BERKLEY GRAY, b. Cohoes, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1888; d. July 9, 1888.

3000. SIDNEY LORENZO CLOUGH, b. Derby Center, Vt., Dec. 3, 1849; m. Emma F.,
dau. of Freedom and Mary E. (Ball) Farwell, at Lennoxville, Canada, Nov. 15, 1888. She b.
Compton, Canada, Feb. 17, 1866. He is a wholesale dealer in flour and grain. Res.,
Lennoxville, Canada.

There were 3 children, b. there.

3828. I. CAROL RUSSELL CLOUGH, b. Dec. 14, 1889.
3829. II. GERALDINE CLOUGH, b. Jan. 4, 1892.
3830. III. PERCITA MARIE CLOUGH, b. July 12, 1894.

3013. LUCY MEDORA MOORE, b. Chester, Mich., June 5, 1853; m. Charles W., son of
Rodolphus and Celinda (Pierce) McConnell, at Charlotte, Mich., July 12, 1869. She m. 2d,
James Minnish, at Marion, Mich., in 1892.

There were 7 children by first marriage.

3831. I. RAY MCCONNELL, b. Charlotte, Mich., Aug. 14, 1870; m. 1893.
3832. II. GERTRUDE MAY MCCONNELL, b. Ithaca, Mich., June 19, 1873; m.
1889.
3833. III. RALPH CHARLES MCCONNELL, b. Charlotte, Mich., April 20, 1876.
3834. IV. FREDERICK RENO MCCONNELL, b. Charlotte, Mich., Dec. 9, 1878.
3835. V. EVANGELINE DORA MCCONNELL, b. Ithaca, Mich., Aug. 24, 1880.
3836. VI. CHARLES MCCONNELL, b. Ithaca, Mich., Dec. --, 1882; d. Feb. 12,
1883.
3837. VII. RICHARD LEOLIN MCCONNELL, b. Mt. Pleasant, Mich., May 2, 1887.

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3017. MARY JOSEPHINE MOORE, b. Charlotte, Mich., March 23, 1861; m.
Frank Jay, son of Jarvis L. and Caroline (Fisher) Rice, at Charlotte, Mich., Oct. 7,
1886. He b. Lind, Wis., Feb. 2, 1858; d. Richmond, Kan., Oct. 9, 1899. He was a
farmer and minister.

There were 5 children, all but one b. at Appleton City, Mo.

3838. I. FRANK WILLIS RICE, b. Jan. 31, 1888; d. June 29, 1889.
3839. II. HARRY E. RICE, b. March 16, 1890.
3840. III. MABLE L. RICE, b. Warsaw, Mo., Oct. 6, 1891; d. Jan. 28, 1896.
3841. IV. CLARA E. RICE, b. Oct. 8, 1893.
3842. V. ETTA MAY RICE, b. Aug. 10, 1895.

3020. LLOYD HENRY MOORE, b. Chester, Mich., Nov. 11, 1865; m. Alice L.,
dau. of Thomas R. and Sylvania (Dell) Calcutt, at Bay City, Mich., Dec. 23, 1892.
Farmer.

There were 3 children.

3843. I. CLARENCE LLOYD MOORE, b. Chester, Mich., March 15, 1894.
3844. II. SYLVIA ALBERTA MOORE, b. June 17, 1895.
3845. III. EVA MAY MOORE, b. Benton, Mich., April 20, 1897.

3023. WELTHA IRENE MOORE, b. Charlotte, Mich., April 14, 1870; m. Harmon
L., son of Charles R. and Emily (Hull) Ogden, at Charlotte, Mich., Aug. 26, 1889.
He b. Turkey Creek, Ind., Nov. 12, 1856. He is a carpenter and salmon fisher,
Creswell, Oregon.

There were 5 children.

3846. I. MAUD E. OGDEN. b. Troutdale, Oregon, July 23, 1890.
3847. II. ALVIN GUY OGDEN, b. Chinook Beach, Wash., Nov. 10, 1891.
3848. III. EDGAR DEAN OGDEN, b. Troutdale, Ore., Jan. 3, 1894.
3849. IV. LOUIS RAY OGDEN, b. Creswell, Ore., May 30, 1896.
3850. V. DELVIN JAY OGDEN, b. Creswell, Ore., Aug. 9, 1898.

3024. ALMON E. MOORE, b. Chester, Mich., Oct. 23, 1871; m. Myrtle, dau. of
Silas and Ethie C. (Talkington) Yarnald, at Orange, Cal., Aug. 4, 1894. She b. in
Texas, Feb. 21, 1867. Res., Charlotte, Mich.

There were 2 children.

3851. I. REUBEN LESTER MOORE, b. Santa Clara, Cal., May 2, 1896.
3852. II. ETHEL GENEVIEVE MOORE, b. Sept. 4, 1899.

3025. VIOLA EVALINE MOORE, b, Chester, Mich., May 28, 1874; m. Samuel
Marion, son of Benjamin Washington and Susannah (Pigg) Fry, at Battle Creek,
Mich., Dec. 31, 1893. Res., Charlotte, Mich.

There were 3 children.

3853. I. MYRTLE RUTH FRY, b. Battle Creek, Mich., June 21, 1895.
3854. II. EVERETT PEARL FRY, b. Chester, Mich., Nov. 16, 1896.
3855. III. GERTRUDE MAUD FRY, b. Battle Creek, Mich., June 9, 1898; d.
Aug., 14, 1899.
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3027. LILLIAN E. MOORE, b. Chester, Mich., Jan. 17, 1878; m. Fred, son of Ira and
Eliza A. (Morrille) Palmiter, at Pottersville, Mich., July 5, 1896. He b. Allendale, Mich.,
Oct. 26, 1868. He is a farmer. Res., Portland, Mich.

There were 2 children, b. there.

3856. I. ADLEY A. PALMITER, b. April 26, 1898.
3857. II. BERNICE EVALINE PALMITER, b. Sept, 16, 1899.

3034. GEORGE M. FENN, b. Chester, Mich., May 28, 1857; m. May, dau. of Cyrus I.
and Mary E. (Jones) Compton, at Winfield, Kan., March 21, 1878. He is a farmer.

They had 4 children.

3858. I. FANNIE FENN, b. Aug. 7, 1880.
3859. II. MABEL FENN, b. Oct. 20, 1883.
3860. III. FLORA FENN, b. Sept. 8, 1894.
3861. IV. GEORGE FENN, b. June 29, 1896.

3042. OLIVE M. DAVENPORT, b. Eaton Co., Mich., May 15, 1855; m. Benjamin, son
of Edward and Lany (Rote) Sheldon, at Killawog, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1874. He b.
Taghkanick, N. Y., April 5, 1845; d Dryden, N. Y, April 20, 1897. He was a farmer.

There were 4 children, b. Dryden, N. Y.

3862. I. LYDIA E. SHELDON, b. Jan. 10, 1877; m. Miles Hunsberger, Dryden,
N. Y., Jan. 26, 1898.
3863. II. LEONARD E. SHELDON, b. Aug. 31, 1878; m. Walter L. Allen, Cortland,
N. Y., Aug. 16, 1899.
3864. III. ANNIE M. SHELDON, b. March 17, 1884; d. Sept. 14, 1888.
3865. IV. EDWARD B. SHELDON, b. Sept. 28, 1892.

3043. MARY AUGUSTA DAVENPORT, b. --; m. Charles A. Slater, and had 2 children.

3866. I. * ALICE ROSE SLATER, b. Genoa, N. Y., June 22, 1875.
3867. II. * IRA MARTIN SLATER, b. Cortland, N. Y., May 21, 1877.

3044. T. VERNETTE HOUSE, b. Virgil, N. Y., May 5, 1853; m. Josiah G., son of John
O. and Mary (Smith) Morse, at Newton, Kan. He is a merchant.

There were 3 children.

3868. I. BELLE LAVERNE MORSE, b. Florence, Kan., July 16, 1876; m.
Glenn Sholes Steere, Chicago, June 15, 1901.
3869. II. CHARLES WILMARTH MORSE, b. Florence, Aug. 2, 1878; d. Sept.
11, 1878.
3870. III. CHARLES GAYLORD MORSE, b. Florence, March 14, 1883.

3051. JOHN C. GRISWOLD, b. Virgil, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1862; m. Jennie M., dau. of
James and Phoebe A. (Sadler) Stafford, at Blodgett Mills, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1889. She b.
Virgil, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1868. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Cortland, N. Y.

3871. I. FLORENCE HAZEL GRISWOLD, b. Nov. 3, 1890.
3872. II. JAMES CHARLES GRISWOLD, b. Sept. 11, 1892; d Aug. 6, 1895.
3873. III. GLENN EDWARD GRISWOLD, b. April 22, 1897.

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3053. LYDIA AMELIA GRISWOLD, b. Virgil, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1868; m. Albert
Harrison, son of Stephen and Mary (Chidester) Card, at Harford, N. Y., Nov. 17,
1886. He b. Cortland, Nov. 14, 1863. He is a farmer and a member of the Baptist
Church.

There were 2 children.

3874. I. VERNON BERTRAND CARD, b. Harford, N. Y., April 3, 1889.
3875. II. CHARLES STEPHEN CARD, b. Marathon, N. Y., April 28, 1890.

3055. FLORA LUCETTA GRISWOLD, b. Jan. 27, 1872; m. William F., son of
George W. and Mary A. (Reed) Maltbie, at Harford, May 14, 1890. He b. July
27, 1868. He is a machinist.

There were 2 children, b. Homer, N. Y.

3876. I. ERNEST L. MALTBIE, b. Feb. 12, 1891.
3877. II. FLOYD B. MALTBIE, b. Sept. 25, 1892.

3056. JULIA EDNA GRISWOLD, b. Virgil, N. Y., March 23, 1874; m. Clayton
Dewane, son of Charles and Mary (Watrous) Hutchings, at Harford, N. Y., June 8,
1892; He b. Virgil, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1872. Res., 31 River St., Cortland, N. Y.

There were 2 children, b. Virgil, N. Y.

3878. I. HAROLD BERTRAND HUTCHINGS, b. Jan. 20, 1894.
3879. II. ELSIE MARIE HUTCHINGS, b. Aug. 11, 1895.

3057. CARLTON LEE SALTSMAN, b. Dryden, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1869; m. Lida,
dau. of Monroe and Mary (Sweet) Miller, at Virgil, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1890. He is a
farmer.

There was 1 child.

3880. I. EARL M. SALTSMAN, b. Virgil, N. Y., July 21, 1892.

3070. ANNETTE MOORE, b. Dryden, N. Y., June 3, 1874; m. Elmer Benjamin,
son of Charles Henry and Mary Caroline (Rezeau) Briggs, at Lapeer, N. Y., Sept.
30, 1892. He b. Centre Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y., Aug. 4, 1869; d. Solomon,
Kan., Oct. 7, 1895. He was a farmer. Res. of wife, Dryden, N. Y.
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Catharine (Van Hoesen) Foster, at Dryden, Nov. 10, 1887. He m. 2d, ADDIE M.
MOORE, sister of first wife, Nov. 17, 1897. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, by first marriage.

3885. I. EARL G. FOSTER, b. Homer, N. Y., May 18, 1889.
3886. II. ERWIN V. FOSTER, b. Dryden, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1891,
3887. III. LOUIS R. FOSTER, b. June 26, 1895; d. Aug. 7, 1896.

3094. JULIA EMILY MOORE RICHMOND, b. Sacramento, Cal., Aug. 3, 1857; m.
Anson Knibloe, son of Isaiah and Mary (Sherburne) Tower, at Churchville, N. Y., Oct.
1, 1878. He b. Florida, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1842; d. Buffalo, N. Y., May 11, 1891; interred,
Rochester, N. Y. He was a merchant. He entered the service in 1863, with rank of
lieutenant and C. S. of the 22d N. Y. Cavalry; mustered out at the close of the war with
rank of brevet captain. He was a member of the G. A. R. and a Mason. He belonged to
the K. O. T. M. and was trustee of his church. He was of medium height, light
complexion, and gray eyes.

There were 3 children, b. Rochester, N. Y.

3888. I. ARTHUR RICHMOND TOWER, b. Aug. 28, 1879.
3889. II. CARRIE MOORE TOWER, b. Sept. 28, 1883.
3890. III. MARY SHERBURNE TOWER, b. Oct. 25, 1886.

3097. BERTHA B. COOPER, b. Holland, N. Y., June 5, 1868; m. Dana F., son of
John and Marian (Challis) Tanner, at Holland, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1887. He b. Holland. Is a
manufacturer.

There were 2 children.

3891. I. NELSON F. TANNER, b. Holland, May 9, 1889.
3892. II. CLAIR D. TANNER, b. Holland, May 1, 1897.

3111. HATTIE MAY MOORE, b. Marilla, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1869; m. S. Hawes Loper,
at Marilla, May 20, 1888.

They had 2 children.

3893. I. MABEL FANNY LOPER, b. Dec. 14, 1892.
3894. II. SAMUEL HAWES LOPER, b. Sept. 26, 1894.

3124. JULIA ELIZA MOORE, b. Marilla, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1864; m. Clinton Robinson,
at Burton, Mich., Dec. 25, 1884.

There were 2 children.

3895. I. MYRTLE BELL ROBINSON, b. Shiawassee Co, Mich., April 18, 1886.
3896. II. EDITH M. ROBINSON, b. Shiawassee Co, Mich., Jan. 8, 1892.

3125. JENNIE WEALTHY MOORE, b. Marilla, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1866; m. William
Langdon, Oregon, Mich., Sept. 19, 1883.

There were 3 children.

3897. I. LEWIS EDWIN LANGDON, b. Oregon, Mich., Jan. 11, 1887.
3898. II. JENNIE SIBYL LANGDON, b. Beaverton, Mich., May 31, 1893.
3899. III. MYRTLA HELEN LANGDON, b. Oregon, Mich. July 30, 1897.

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3126. HATTIE LAVINA MOORE, b. Marilla, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1868; m. William
Parks, July 8, 1884.

There were 3 children.

3900. I. MAUDE L. PARKS, b Oregon, Mich., April 7, 1885.
3901. II. ALVIA B. PARKS, b. Oregon, Mich., Sept. 25, 1889.
3902. III. LAWRENCE A. PARKS, b. Centralia, Wash., Dec. 15, 1893.

3127. CHARLES MOORE, b. Marilla, N. Y., May 3, 1870; m. Lydia Griswold,
Lapeer Co., Mich., Aug. 12, 1890.

There were 3 children.

3903. I. ANNIE MOORE, b. Aug. 25, 1891; d. same day.
3904. II. FRANK O. MOORE, b. Oregon, Mich., Sept. 25, 1894.
3905. III. JESSIE L. MOORE, b. Oregon, Mich., Oct. 12, 1896.

3152. GEORGE WEBSTER MOORE, b. East Rupert, Vt., Nov. 23, 1864; m.
Eliza, dau. of Jesse and Eveline (Parmly) Perry, at Hiram, Ohio, July 8, 1890; she b.
Perry, Ohio, Sept. 5, 1853. He is a minister of the Christian Church; graduated at
Hiram, Ohio, 1896, and was pastor of the church at Cortland, Ohio, for 7 years.

There were 2 children.

3906. I. CHARLES WEBSTER MOORE, b. Hiram, Aug. 7, 1891.
3907. II. LILLIAN MOORE, b. Cortland, Ohio, June 2, 1894.

3154. EFFIE AURORA MOORE, b. Hebron, N. Y., April 12, 1868; m. Fred
Hiram, son of Elisha and Henrietta (Hurd) Hawley, at West Rupert, Vt., March 27,
1889. He b. West Rupert, April 26, 1866. He is District Secretary Christian
Endeavor Society, Troy, N. Y.

There were 2 children.

3908. I. BLANCHE HAWLEY, b. Troy, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1892.
3909. II. VASHTI HAWLEY, b. West Rupert, Vt., July 14, 1895.

3155. CORNELIA ELMIRA MOORE, b. Hebron, N. Y., March 3, 1870; m.
Franklin, son of Shubel and Helen Amy (Cook) Barden, at West Rupert, Vt., June
27, 1899; he b. at Rupert, Vt., Jan. 10, 1865. He is a farmer, at West Rupert, Vt.

There was 1 child.

3910. I. LILLIAN ORRISSA BARDEN, b. West Rupert, Vt., Sept. 7, 1901.

3156. ANNA JANE MOORE, b. Hebron, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1872; m. John Mullett,
son of Albert and Eliza (Gookins) Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt., Jan. 2, 1899. He
b. at Rupert, Vt. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3911. I. MARJORIE HOPKINS, b. Rupert, Vt., Dec. 6, 1899.

3158. CORNIE CORTEZ MOORE, b. May 13, 1877, Hebron, N. Y.; m. Nellie
Mae, dau. of Charles and Mary (Angevine) Trumbull,

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at Rupert, Vt., April 20, 1899. She b. there, May 17, 1877. He is a carpenter.

There were 2 children.

3912. I. GORDON MOORE, b. West Rupert, Vt., June 30, 1900; d. same day.
3913. II. GLADYS ERSZEBETH MOORE, b. West Rupert, Vt., July 28, 1902.

3209. OLIVE P. NELSON, b. --; m. Orvil Mitchell.

There were 3 children.

3914. I. LELIA MITCHELL, b. Aug. 26, 1881.
3915. II. HELEN MITCHELL, b. Jan. 22, 1885.
3916. III. LOWELL N. MITCHELL, b. Aug. 27, 1896.

3211. ELLEN DE ETTA NELSON, b. --; m. -- Firth.

There were 2 children.

3917. I. ALLEN W. FIRTH, b. July 2, 1891.
3918. II. LAWRENCE FIRTH, b. Aug. 30, 1893.

3223. GEORGE JUSTIN THAYER, b. Hadley, Mass., Sept. 24, 1861; m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Joseph and Mary (McConnell) Cunningham, at Florence, Mass., Jan. 28, 1886.
She b. Northampton, Mass. He is a machinist.

There was 1 child.

3919. I. MABEL G. THAYER, b. Northampton, Mass., May 24, 1887.

3224. ARTHUR DUANE MOORE, b. Sandusky City, Ohio, Sept. 27, 1851; m. Lydia,
dau. of Hamilton and Louise (Harvey) McArthur, at Austerlitz, N. Y., May 15, 1875.
She b. there, Dec. 25, 1853. He is a bookkeeper and accountant. Res., Bayonne, N. J.
Mr. Moore, at 3 months of age removed to West Stockbridge, Mass., and at 5 years
went to Marquette, Mich. He taught school, engaged in iron mining, and is now in the
auditor's office of the U. S. Express Co.

There were 4 children.

3920. I. DUANE WESLEY MOORE, b. Ishpeming, Mich., March 15, 1876.
3921. II. GARDINER HAMILTON MOORE, b. Ishpeming, Mich., Jan. 23, 1880.
3922. III. ELECTUS LEROY MOORE, b. Iron Mountain, Mich., Feb. 12, 1888.
3923. IV. OSBORN LORENZO MOORE, b. --, Iron Mountain, Mich.

3227. MINNIE ELIDA MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Aug. 21, 1861; m. Burt Leuty,
son of Francis Root and Mary Emma (Leuty) Shepard, at Fond du Lac, Wis., Aug. 22,
1893. He b. township of Oakfield, Wis., Sept. 25, 1868. He is a bookkeeper. Res., No.
6450 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago.

There was 1 child.

3924. I. MARQUIS MOORE SHEPARD, b. Fond du Lac, Wis., July 15, 1894.

3229. EDWIN MARQUIS MOORE, b. Fond du Lac, Wis., Sept. 26, 1868; m. 1st, at
Fond du Lac, Wis., Sept. 26, 1888,

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Mary Cecelia Jenney; she b. there, Aug. 9, 1864; d. May 8. 1889. He m. 2d,
Annie Selden, dau. of William Henry Bruce and Sarah Haveland (Lawton)
Gilbert, at De Pere, Wis., Jan. 25, 1893. She b. Green Bay, Wis., June 3,
1865. Banker. Res., 147 Harney St., Fond du Lac, Wis.

There were 2 children, b. Fond du Lac.

3925. I. AMY GILBERT MOORE, b. Dec. 3, 1893.
3926. II. LESLIE THATCHER MOORE, April 24, 1897.

3254. MARY KELLEY, b. May 1, 1871, Raymond, Pa.; m. James Miles,
son of Miles O. and Martha (Crocker) Harris, at Raymond, Oct. 1, 1891. He
b. Yates Co., N. Y., Nov. 2, 1868. He is a farmer. Res., Coudersport, Pa.

There was 1 child.

3927. I. RAY HARRIS, b. Coudersport, Pa., May 24, 1898.

3256. MERTON ELMER MOORE, b. Moline, Mich., March 15, 1873; m.
Etta Maria, dau. of George and Phoebe Susan (Robinson) Corkins, at Moline,
July 11, 1893. She b. Wyoming township, July 17, 1872. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Moline.

3928. I. LEOLE MARY MOORE, b. Oct. 3, 1894.
3929. II. CLAUD BENJAMIN MOORE, b. April 19, 1896.
3930. III. GLEN HORACE MOORE, b. July 15, 1898.

3257. MINNIE LAURA MOORE, b. Moline, Mich., July 23, 1876; m.
Kinne J., son of Ransom McIntyre, at Wayland, Jan. 1, 1895. Farmer; res.,
Ashton, Mich.

There were 2 children, b. Moline, Mich.

3931. I. HAZEL BELLE MCINTYRE, b. Sept. 23, 1895.
3932. II. HARRY MCINTYRE, b. Sept. 25, 1898.

3259. NELLIE ADELLE MOORE, b. Raymond, Pa., March 13, 1874; m.
Almon Dewitt, son of William Lester and Mary A. (Bryant) Peckham, at
Coudersport, Pa., March 26, 1890. He b. Belvidere, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1869;
farmer.

There was 1 child.

3933. I. CARL PECKHAM, b. Aug. 21, 1891.

3263. LAYTON CALEB HARRIS, b. Marshalltown, Iowa, April 26, 1866;
m. Myrtle Vaccolum, at Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 25, 1895. She b. Joplin,
Mo., Sept. 25, 1876.

There were 2 children.

3934. I. DORA J. HARRIS, b. Jan. 31, 1897.
3935. II. ROGER W. HARRIS, b. Nov. 27, 1898.

3271. CARRIE A. MOORE, b. Richford, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1867, m. Morris
F., son of Morris and Phoebe Eldred, at Richford, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1884. He
b. Equinunk, Pa., April 18, 1856.


There was 1 child.

3881. I. VERA ELMA BRIGGS, b. Dryden, N. Y., July 13, 1893.

3073. A. B. SAGER, b. Virgil, N. Y., March 17, 1862; m. Anna M., dau. of
James G. and Helen M. (Skillings) Sutfin, at Dryden, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1884. She b.
Dryden, July 25, 1864. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Dryden, N. Y.

3882. I. Infant daughter, b. Aug. 6, 1885; d. Aug. 13, 1885.
3883. II. MINNIE B. SAGER, b. Sept. 26, 1886.
3884. III. Infant son, b. Aug. 26, 1895; d. Aug. 26, 1895.

3076-3077. JUNIE B. MOORE, b. Dryden, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1869; d. there,
March 27, 1896; m. Hiram C., son of James O. and
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Mary Cecelia Jenney; she b. there, Aug. 9, 1864; d. May 8. 1889. He m. 2d,
Annie Selden, dau. of William Henry Bruce and Sarah Haveland (Lawton)
Gilbert, at De Pere, Wis., Jan. 25, 1893. She b. Green Bay, Wis., June 3,
1865. Banker. Res., 147 Harney St., Fond du Lac, Wis.

There were 2 children, b. Fond du Lac.

3925. I. AMY GILBERT MOORE, b. Dec. 3, 1893.
3926. II. LESLIE THATCHER MOORE, April 24, 1897.

3254. MARY KELLEY, b. May 1, 1871, Raymond, Pa.; m. James Miles,
son of Miles O. and Martha (Crocker) Harris, at Raymond, Oct. 1, 1891. He
b. Yates Co., N. Y., Nov. 2, 1868. He is a farmer. Res., Coudersport, Pa.

There was 1 child.

3927. I. RAY HARRIS, b. Coudersport, Pa., May 24, 1898.

3256. MERTON ELMER MOORE, b. Moline, Mich., March 15, 1873; m.
Etta Maria, dau. of George and Phoebe Susan (Robinson) Corkins, at Moline,
July 11, 1893. She b. Wyoming township, July 17, 1872. He is a farmer.

There were 3 children, b. Moline.

3928. I. LEOLE MARY MOORE, b. Oct. 3, 1894.
3929. II. CLAUD BENJAMIN MOORE, b. April 19, 1896.
3930. III. GLEN HORACE MOORE, b. July 15, 1898.

3257. MINNIE LAURA MOORE, b. Moline, Mich., July 23, 1876; m.
Kinne J., son of Ransom McIntyre, at Wayland, Jan. 1, 1895. Farmer; res.,
Ashton, Mich.

There were 2 children, b. Moline, Mich.

3931. I. HAZEL BELLE MCINTYRE, b. Sept. 23, 1895.
3932. II. HARRY MCINTYRE, b. Sept. 25, 1898.

3259. NELLIE ADELLE MOORE, b. Raymond, Pa., March 13, 1874; m.
Almon Dewitt, son of William Lester and Mary A. (Bryant) Peckham, at
Coudersport, Pa., March 26, 1890. He b. Belvidere, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1869;
farmer.

There was 1 child.

3933. I. CARL PECKHAM, b. Aug. 21, 1891.

3263. LAYTON CALEB HARRIS, b. Marshalltown, Iowa, April 26, 1866;
m. Myrtle Vaccolum, at Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 25, 1895. She b. Joplin,
Mo., Sept. 25, 1876.

There were 2 children.

3934. I. DORA J. HARRIS, b. Jan. 31, 1897.
3935. II. ROGER W. HARRIS, b. Nov. 27, 1898.

3271. CARRIE A. MOORE, b. Richford, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1867, m. Morris
F., son of Morris and Phoebe Eldred, at Richford, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1884. He
b. Equinunk, Pa., April 18, 1856.

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There was 1 child.

3936. I. MORRIS C. ELDRED, b. Richford, Feb. 18, 1888.

3272. CHARLES A. MOORE, b. Caroline, N. Y., July 6, 1872; m. Nora A.,
dau. of Philo N. and Sophia (Ketchum) Sanford, at Centre Lisle, N. Y., July
16, 1894; she b. there, Dec. 2, 1873. Res., South Cortland, N. Y.

There was 1 child.

3937. I. LYLE MERTON MOORE, b. Cortland, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1899.

3275. RANSOM J. RICH, b. Caroline, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1865; m. Anna R.,
dau. of John and Sarah J. (Fox) Knapp, at Harford, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1889.
Farmer.

There were 2 children.

3938. I. BESSIE R. RICH, b. May 2, 1891.
3939. II. FRANCIS O. RICH, b. May 8, 1895.

3276. WILLIAM P. RICH, b. Caroline, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1869; m. E. Maud,
dau. of Henry L. and Cora (Lyman) Speed, at Richford, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1891.
He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3940. I. CLIFFORD S. RICH, b. Speedsville, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1895.

3278. LEWIS G. RICH, b. Caroline, N. Y., April 6, 1873; m. Mary B., dau.
of Charles N. and Harriet (Rice) Earsley, at Caroline, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1894,
where she was born. He is a farmer.

There were 2 children, b. Caroline, N. Y.

3941. I. HILMA G. RICH, b. June 29, 1896.
3942. II. ELIZABETH RICH, b. Nov. 6, 1897.

3284. FRANK S. HORTON, b. Richford, N. Y., March 25, 1873; m.
Mabel, dau. of Edward R. and Alice V. (Austin) Hutchinson, at Richford, N.
Y., July 27, 1898. She b. Richford, April 29, 1879. Farmer; res., Richford.

There was 1 child.

3943. I. MORRIS D. HORTON, b. April 28, 1899.

3286. GIDEON E. HORTON, b. Richford, N. Y., March 16, 1877; m. Eva,
dau. of Fred and Ophelia (Coney) Parmerter, at Harford Mills, N. Y., Oct.
22, 1897. She b. Richford, 1878. Farmer; res., Harford Mills, N. Y.

There were 2 children.

3944. I. VINNIE HORTON, b. Richford, Aug., 1898.
3945. I. LENA I. HORTON, b. Harford Mills, Feb., 1900.

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3347. ROBERT MILTON MOORE, b. Erie, Pa., Dec. 8, 1872; m. Minnie M., dau.
of Peter and Anna M. Schuster, at Wesleyville, Pa., Oct. 17, 1894. She b. Erie, Pa.,
Oct. 4, 1873. Railroad engineer.

There was 1 child.

3946. I. SHELDON PETER MOORE, b. April 3, 1900.

3354. GERTRUDE ELLEN HART, b. West Point, Ohio, Jan. 16, 1869; m. Chas. D.,
the son of Wm. Curtis and Elizabeth (Fowler) Larkins, at E. Liverpool, Ohio, Sept. 30,
1897.

There was 1 child.

3947. I. THOMAS HART LARKINS, b. E. Liverpool, Ohio, Jan. 24, 1899.

3464. VIRGIL DOUGLASS ALLEN, b. Sept. 7, 1869; m. Gertrude D. Bergen. He
is a civil engineer, living in Chicago. He has assisted materially in procuring the records
of the descendants of Simeon Moore (No. 69).

There was 1 child.

3948. I. VIRGIL DOUGLASS ALLEN, b. Sept. 17, 1898.

3542. ELIZA LOUISA NICHOLS, b. Guilford, Ill., Dec. 14, 1861; m. Theodore
Sargent, Nov. 7, 1878. He b. Dec. 12, 1854.

There were 2 children.

3949. I. ORPHA MAY SARGENT, b. Rockford, Ill., Aug. 2, 1880; m. Winfield
S. Hulet, May 3, 1900.
3950. II. LEE SARGENT, b. March 24, 1882.

3553. LELLHOOD BRISTOL, b. Hinsdale, Mass., Nov. 6, 1868; m. in Lebanon
Springs, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1882, Dewitt Dearborn. She m. 2d, Louis Claus, Dec. 14,
1891.

There was 1 child.

3951. I. LILLIAN AMELIA DEARBORN, b. July 21, 1883.

3555. CORA ADELAIDE BRISTOL, b. Lebanon Springs, N. Y., July 15, 1872; m.
May 30, 1893, Alexander Kellogg. He b. March 21, 1876.

They had 3 children, b. Lebanon Springs, N. Y.

3952. I. RUBY CORA KELLOGG, b. June 3, 1892.
3953. II. RALPH ALEXANDER KELLOGG, b. Dec. 18, 1894.
3954. III. RAYMOND AUSTIN KELLOGG, b. Feb. 28, 1898.

3559. CLARA BELLE MILLARD, b. Lee, Mass., March 19, 1877; m. May 23,
1898, Antoine Eberle. He b. March 26, 1858.

There was 1 child.

3955. I. CHARLES ELMER EBERLE, b. Jan. 1, 1899.

3566. BLANCHE CARRIE STEWART, b. Blandford, Mass., Aug. 2, 1867; m.
Arthur J., son of James M. and Lucy (Turner) Cook, at Westfield, Mass., Jan. 7,
1891. He b. Southfield, Mass.,

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April 24, 1857. He is a whip manufacturer. Res., Westfield, Mass.

There was 1 child.

3956. I. HAZEL STEWART COOK, b. Dec. 23, 1894.

3578. FLORA BELLE OWEN, b. Westfield, Mass., March 29, 1870; m. Chauncey
Blish, son of George C. and Prudence C. (Blish) Andrews, at Hartford, Conn., April
15, 1891. He is a bookkeeper. Res., New Britain, Conn.

There was 1 child.

3957. I. LOIS MARY ANDREWS, b. April 20, 1897.

3579. EVA PHELPS MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., Sept. 1, 1872; m. Hubert, son
of Hubert and Harriet Elizabeth (Howe) Cadle, at Westfield, Mass., Nov. 2, 1892.
He b. Kansas City, Mo., April 1, 1871. He is a printer.

There were 2 children, b. Westfield, Mass.

3958. I. HUBERT ATWATER CADLE, b. Nov. 10, 1893.
3959. II. MARJORIE ELIZABETH CADLE, b. June 12, 1896.

3581. JULIA MARIE MOORE, b. Wyben, Mass., Nov 22, 1876; m. Frederic
Lester, son of George Edward and Julia Elizabeth (Adams) Nettleton, at Westfield,
Mass., Oct. 20, 1896. He b. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 26, 1875. Insurance clerk.

There was 1 child.

3960. I. GENEVIEVE MOORE NETTLETON, b. June 12, 1899.

3587. HILDA C. MOORE, b. Hamilton, Canada, April 27, 1873; m. Armidase, son
of Alexander and Adeline (Loiselle) Corneau, in Troy, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1896. He b.
Biddeford, Maine, Sept. 25, 1871. He is a tool maker.

There were 2 children.

3961. I. GRACE IRENE CORNEAU, b. Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1896.
3962. II. EDNA MAY CORNEAU, b. Westfield, Mass., April 11, 1898.

3589. MAY A. MOORE, b. Westfield, Mass., July 28, 1881; m. Joseph, son of John
David and Alice Clara (Powers) Ward, at Westfield, Mass., Aug. 18, 1898. He b.
Pelham, Mass., 1881. He is a plumber. Res., Westfield, Mass.

There was 1 child.

3963. I. LEON JOSEPH WARD, b. Feb. 1, 1899; d. June 7, 1899,

3620. MAY EUGENIE GRIFFIN, b. March 6, 1857; m. at West Hartford, Conn.,
June, 1887, Henry Woodbridge, son of Lewis and Mary Louisa (Bunce) Sheldon. He
was b. Aug. 13, 1856, at Hartford. Res., Brooklyn, N. Y. He is in the insurance
business.

There was 1 child.

3964. I. LEWIS SHELDON, b. Topeka, Kan., June 25, 1888.

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3623. HELEN LAWTON, b. Nov. 5, 1860; m. at New Haven, Conn., June 7, 1887,
Edward Rupert, son of Joseph Bradford and Elizabeth Collier (Lewis) Sargent. He is of the
firm of Sargent & Co., hardware manufacturers, of New Haven, Conn. He b. New Britain,
Conn., March 9, 1858.

There was 1 child.

3965. I. LAWTON GRISWOLD SARGENT, b. New Haven, Conn., June 23, 1889.

3624. ANNIE WARHAM LAWTON, b. New York, March 6, 1863; m. June 5, 1884, at
Hartford, Conn., John Bennett, son of John Bennett and Harriet Hayes (Trowbridge)
Carrington. He was b. New Haven, April 24, 1849. He is president and treasurer of the
company publishing The New Haven Journal and Courier. Res., New Haven.

There were 4 children, b. there.

3966. I. HELEN TROWBRIDGE CARRINGTON, b. March 31, 1885.
3967. II. LEILA GRISWOLD CARRINGTON, b. March 31, 1889.
3968. III. ANNITA LAWTON CARRINGTON, b. Aug. 21, 1893.
3969. IV. JOHN BENNETT CARRINGTON, b. March 21, 1898.

3628. FLORENCE THOMPSON SMITH, b. July 2, 1862; m. at Suffield, Conn., Oct. 12,
1881, Charles L., son of Luther I. Spencer. Res., Suffield, Conn.

There were 3 children.

3970. I. JULIA FLORENCE SPENCER, b. May 15, 1883.
3971. II. CHARLES LUTHER SPENCER, b. Feb. 21, 1887.
3972. III. LILLIAN CLARA SPENCER, b. Feb., 1898 (?).

3629. LILLIAN JOSEPHINE SMITH, b. Maysville, Ky., Oct. 29, 1865; m. at Suffield,
Conn., Oct. 12, 1887, Elmer E. Bailey. Res., Alhambra, Cal.

They have 4 children.

3973. I. FLORENCE JOSEPHINE BAILEY, b. Oct. 9, 1888.
3974. II. HENRY NELSON BAILEY, b. Aug. 26, 1890.
3975. III. ELMER ELLSWORTH BAILEY, b. July 4, 1895.
3976. IV. DOROTHY LOUISE BAILEY, b. Dec. 22, 1900.

3659. GENNERVIA BREZEE, b. June 20, 1870; m. Richard, son of Richard Moore, at
New Haven, Mich., July 14, 1888; he was b. in New Haven.

There were 2 children, b. New Haven, Mich.

3977. I. ANDLEY MOORE, b. July, 1891.
3978. II. MARY MOORE, b. May 13, 1895.

3668. GENNETTE LEWIS, b. New Haven, Mich., March 30, 1880; m. J. D. Arthur, son
of Ezra and Harriet (Lee) Austin, at New Haven, Mich., Feb. 27, 1898; he b. there, July 22,
1873. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

3979. PERCILE MAY AUSTIN, b. New Haven, Mich., Dec. 6, 1898.

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Parents Ninth Generation,

Children Tenth

3741. PARK AGNEW, b. Cumberland, Md., July 3, 1847; m. Laura R. Bell, at
Alexandria, Va., Oct. 26, 1871. She b. Alexandria. He is in the coal business in
Georgetown, Washington and Alexandria. He has an interest in the brick business in
Washington and Alexandria and in the ship-building industry at the latter place. He was a
candidate for Congress against Gen. W. H. F. Lee, in 1888, and cut the Democratic
majority to a point never before or since reached in that district. He was postmaster at
Alexandria and is now (1902) chairman of the Republican State Committee.

They have 5 children.

3980. I. MATILDA BELL AGNEW, b. --, Alexandria, Va.; m. Walter G.
Rogers, at Alexandria, Nov., 1899.
3981. II. MARY BELL AGNEW, b. Alexandria, Va.
3982. III. LAURA THOMAS AGNEW, b. Alexandria, Va.
3983. IV. MARGARETTA LINTON AGNEW, b. Alexandria, Va.
3984. V. JOHN PARK AGNEW, b. Alexandria, Va.

3742. LEONORA M. AGNEW, b. Cumberland, Md.; March 26, 1849; d. Washington,
D. C., Dec. 19, 1900. She m. Archabald, son of Archabald and Margaret (McGechin)
Greenlees, at Alexandria, Va., Nov. 25, 1869. He was b. Salt Pans, Scotland, June 4,
1841, and is engaged in shipping coal. He was Lieutenant and Adjutant, 4th Regiment, and
was in the Quartermaster's Department during the war. He is an elder in the Church of the
Covenant, Washington, D. C.

There were 3 children.

3985. I. * MARGARET AGNEW GREENLEES, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 26, 1870.
3986. II. * DAVID AGNEW GREENLEES, b. Alexandria, Va., Sept. 26, 1875.
3987. III. ANNIE DE COURCEY GREENLEES, b. Washington, D. C., Jan. 16,
1880.

3767. EUGENE E. HOFFMAN, b. Cumberland, Md., April 27, 1861; m. at Mt.
Washington, Md., Sept. 14, 1891, Bertha, dau. of O. O. and Harmine (Blikman)
Vandenberg; she b. Maarssen, Holland, Nov. 8, 1861. Res., 1827 Cleveland Ave., E. St.
Louis, Ill. He is a clerk in railroad office.
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They had 5 children.

3988. I. RHODA A. HOFFMAN, b. Mt. Washington, Md., June 11, 1892.
3989. II. HARMINE W. HOFFMAN, b. Mt. Washington, April 28, 1894.
3990. III. GEORGE A. HOFFMAN, b. Aug. 15, 1895.
3991. IV. O. V. HOFFMAN, b. Mt. Washington, Md., April 1, 1897.
3992. V. BERTHA V. HOFFMAN, b. Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 29, 1899; d.
Feb. 22, 1900.

3768. HELEN AZALIA HOFFMAN, b. Cumberland, Md., Oct. 20, 1864; m.
there, July 29, 1896, Frank, son of George C. and Jane (Depew) Hartley. He b.
near Flatbrookville, Sussex Co., N. J., Oct. 25, 1864. He is a teacher.

There was 1 child.

3993. I. HELEN HOFFMAN HARTLEY, b. Cumberland, Oct. 29, 1898.

3770. MATILDA ADINA HOFFMAN, b. Cumberland, Md., Jan. 23, 1869; m.
there, Oct. 5, 1898, Harvey Kearney, son of John Edgar and Elizabeth Jane
(Kearney) Duke. He b. Columbia, S. C., March 27, 1864. He is a bookseller.

There were 2 children.

3994. I. JOHN WOODS DUKE, b. Cumberland, Md.
3995. II. MARGARET HOFFMAN DUKE, b. Cumberland, Md.

3788. CHARLES MOORE BURROWS, b. Albion, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1865; m. 1st,
Margaret Cain, at Albion, Sept. 11, 1889. She d. Jan. 6, 1890. He m. 2d, Florence
S. Merick, at Albion, N. Y., June 14, 1894.

3996. I. CHARLES MOORE BURROWS, b. July 10, 1895.
3997. II. DE WITT MERICK BURROWS, b. Aug. 17, 1896.

3789. LORENZO BURROWS, b. Albion, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1867; m. Nellie L.
Saunders, at Saginaw, Mich., Dec. 18, 1889.

There were 5 children.

3998. I. ALICE MOORE BURROWS, b. Sept. 3, 1890;
3999. II. MARCIA MOORE BURROWS, b. Sept. 24, 1891.
4000. III. LORENZO S. BURROWS, b. Feb. 19, 1893.
4001. IV. EDWIN SAUNDERS BURROWS, b. Jan. 7, 1895.
4002. V. EMILY SAUNDERS BURROWS, b. May 13, 1898.

3803. MARGARET ELIZA HERON, b. Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 25, 1867; m.
Horace Hewins Barrett, at Cleveland, April 29, 1891. He b. Oct. 12, 1862. Is a
bookkeeper.

There were 4 children.

4003. I. EDNA MAUD BARRETT, b. Moon Run, Pa., Dec. 17, 1893.
4004. II. CECIL HEWINS BARRETT, b. Moon Run, Pa., July 31, 1897.
4005. III. MARGARET BARRETT, b. June 16, 1899.
4006. IV. GERTRUDE BARRETT, b. Sheridanville, Pa., June 5, 1901.

3804. MAUD ALICE HERON, b. Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 29, 1869; m. Henry
Whitford Jones, at Cleveland, April 28, 1892.

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He b. July 20, 1866. He is an electrician. Address, Station "E," Cleveland,
Ohio.

There were 3 children.

4007. I. STEWART HERON JONES, b. Sept. 2, 1894.
4008. II. WHITFORD TOPLIFF JONES, b. Oct. 4, 1895.
4009. III. KATHERINE FRANCES JONES, b. April 18, 1900.

3866. ALICE ROSE SLATER, b. Genoa, N. Y., June 22, 1875; m. Vernon
Levi Knapp, at East River, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1898. He b. East Homer, N. Y.
April 23, 1876. He is a farmer.

There was 1 child.

4010. I. CHARLES NELLIS KNAPP, b. April 2, 1899.

3867. IRA MARTIN SLATER, b. Cortland, N. Y., May 21, 1877; m. Jessie
Charilla, dau. of Marquis De Lafayette and Mary Ann (Jackson) Rose, at
Cortland, Nov. 24, 1898. She b. East Homer, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1879.

There was 1 child.

4011. I. Infant, b. March 12, 1899; d. March 25, 1899.

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Parents Tenth Generation.

Children Eleventh.

3985. MARGARET AGNEW GREENLEES, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 26, 1870;
m. at Washington, D. C., July 14, 1891, Cleland Nelson, son of Holmes Edward
and Mary Cleland (Nelson) Offley. He was b. Washington, D. C., June 8, 1869. He
is a lieutenant in the U. S. Navy; graduated at the U. S. Naval Academy in 1889,
and was First Assistant Engineer, U. S. Navy, on U. S. S. Oregon, during the
Spanish War, at Santiago, Cuba. He was rewarded by congress "for gallant and
conspicuous conduct in that battle," by a new commission, giving him an increase of
3 numbers in his grade.

There are 2 children, b. Washington, D. C.

4012. I. ARCHIBALD NELSON OFFLEY, b. April 23, 1892.
4013. II. MARGARET AGNEW OFFLEY, b. Nov. 10, 1896.

3986. DAVID AGNEW GREENLEES, b. Alexandria, Va., Sept. 26, 1875; m. at
Washington, D. C., Nov. 8, 1900, Helen Hartwell, dau. of Charles Hartwell and
Lillie (Addison) Cragin. She b. Washington, D. C. He was educated at The
University of Virginia, and is a member of the Washington Stock Exchange.

There is 1 child.

4014. I. LEONORA AGNEW GREENLEES, b. Washington, Oct. 11, 1901.















































































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