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Reid, Patterson, Hiscock, Alexander, Eckley and Baldwin

Updated July 28, 2012

Clayton Earl Hiscock
10464 Grand Blanc Rd.
Gaines, Michigan 48436
United States
810-496-2004
cbh8283@charter.net

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I am researching the Hiscock, Reid, Patterson, Baldwin and Eckley families. The first known appearance of George Hiscock and his wife Amanda Catherine Smith was August 24, 1841 in Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada where they were married. George Hiscock was born in 1826 and died from decease while in the Civil War on June 23, 1864. He was buried in the National Cemetery in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Amanda Catherine (Smith) Hiscock was born in New York in 1821. In 1870 census she was living in Burchville Township, Saint Clair County, Michigan. The Reid and Patterson families came from Dormara, Ireland in the mid 1800ís. Their ancestors included Robert Reid and wife Elizabeth Betty Farquhar and John Reid and wife Elizabeth Wallace. The Patterson family ancestors were Joseph Patterson and wife Nancy Thompson.

These families came into the United States of America by way of Port Huron, Michigan and settled in North Street and Avoca Michigan.

I am also looking for any information on the Baldwin and Eckley Families. These will be added later.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

These families came into the United States of America by way of Port Huron, Michigan and settled in North Street and Avoca Michigan.

I am also looking for any information on the Baldwin and Eckley Famlies. These will be added as I get any Information later.

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