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Was Benjamin b. in US or elsewhere. All I have is that my Richard was b.
at sea and was probably the Richard Hall in Middletown in 1860.
| From: Am2mayo2(a)aol.com
| To: NYDELAWA-L(a)rootsweb.com
| Subject: Gavitt/DeSilva/Fenton/Hall/Myers/Wyckoff
| Date: Saturday, January 31, 1998 6:03 PM
| To my fellow researchers: Have the census for the following Gavitt's:
| Blazle 1870/1880 - G--ld (22) -1892 - Daniel - 1855/1860/1865 - Eugene -
| -Johannas - 1892 - John B. 1892 -George - 1855/1865 - Green - 1860 -
| 1870/1880/1892 - Thomas - 1870 - Samuel - 1860 plus a second Samuel -
| Thomas - 1870 and William 1855/1860/1865/1870/1875/1880.
| De SILVA John - 860 - Olive - 1870, Demedorus - 1880 and William
| and William, W.J. - 1880
| HALL Benjamin - 1865 and Ephran - 1875/1880
| FENTON Alexander - 1855/1865
| MYERS Henry - 1865/1875 - Hiram - 1865 - Jacob - 1865 - John - 1865
| James - 1865.
| WYCKOFF John - 1855 and Smith - 1865.
| Most of the family are linked together, so I am putting it on the list
| anyone who wishes fhis info. Since I am already on a large project, I
| send this data via the smail so to save the time for my other projects.
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Delaware Co Friends-
Andrew and Jennie(Crowell) Sargent were living in Sidney by 1900.
Jennie's brother was living there also by 1909. His name was Dr. Adelburt
Crowell. Anyone know of these people?
<smaller>Descendants of Andrew Lewis Sargent
1 Andrew L. Sargent b: February 13, 1863
.......... +Jennie Crowell m: March 16, 1887 Father: John Alonzo
...... 2 Lewis Sargent b: March 24, 1888 d: September 25, 1888
...... 2 Delia Sargent b: March 19, 1890
...... 2 Elizabeth V Sargent b: December 06, 1894 d: September 26,
...... 2 Irena L Sargent b: May 07, 1896 d: August 28, 1902
...... 2 Clay Crowell Sargent b: December 20, 1898 in Unadilla, Otsego
Co, d: November 22, 1989 in Orlando, FL
.......... +Hazel Eleanora Hunt b: April 27, 1902 in Binghamton, Broome
Co, NY m: June 25, 1925 NY
...... 2 Tracy L. Sargent b: July 21, 1901
...... 2 Noel Sargent b: July 31, 1905
</smaller>Thanks for any replies.
I have just started to research the BROWN line of my family. I am a
novice at genealogy so any help would be greatly appreciated.
My G-G-G-Grandmother was SARAH BROWN, b. 21Apr1799 in (possibly)
New Paltz, Ulster Co., New York. Sarah's mother's name was POLLY
name unknown). I do not know her father's name. Sarah died 19May1898
Hamden, Delaware Co., New York.
Sarah married THEODORE SIGNOR, b. 16Jul1794, d.27Dec1884, Hamden,
Delaware Co., NY. Sarah and Theodore had several ch., including Ezra
N., William and/or Willard, Philander and my G-G-Grandmother URSULA
SIGNOR, b. 1Jan1832, d. unk. On 12 Apr 1850, Ursula married
NORTHROPE PORTER BRANT, b.13 Jan 1822, d. 6 Feb 1896.(son of Roswell M.
Abigail GOODRICH). [Note: Roswell's 2nd wife was Elizabeth Yendes and
both of them are buried in the small private cemetary on Route 10, just
north of what I believe is a remodeling of the old Yendes Estate, along
with the construction of new horse barns.]
Ursula and Northrope had 9 ch: Ethel Bertha Brant (my
G-Grandmother), Juliette Brant (m.1-Frank KEENE; 2-John MONTEITH),
Ellsworth Elmer Brant (m. Lucy Priscilla JAMES), Sarah E. Brant (m.
Arthur BAGLEY), Theodore S. Brant (m. Lura KETCHUM), George Brant,
MaryEtte Brant (m. John MAC DONALD), Frankie Brant (m. Mina MARRIOTT)
and Porter R. Brant (m. Syddie [Lydia?] Brant).
Ethel Bertha BRANT m.23 Nov. 1892 George G. JAMES in Hamden or
DeLancey, Delaware Co., NY. They had 8 children, including my
Grandfather, Archie George JAMES, who was a dairy farmer and carpenter
in DeLancey, Tn. Hamden, Delaware Co., NY, throughout his life.
I have also recently learned that Theodorus SIGNOR was a descendant
of Palatine emigrants (1709 to NYC) Johannes SIEGNER(aka
SICKNER/SIGNER) and ANNA APPLONIA BOHM (Boeh/Boom/Baam). The
"Siegner's" settled in Duchess Co., NY, until a cattle buying trip
brought them in contact with the TERRY'S of Hamden, Delaware Co., NY
around 1790 when the families intermarried..
The bottom line is that I have absolutely no information on SARAH
BROWN, and am not sure how to proceed with my research. If anyone has
any information or ideas, I would be very grateful. Thanks in advance.
Rosemary G. Roberts.
PS: To Mr/Ms JWJCLAUDE who wrote:
"Hi there Rosemary G. Roberts;
Read your posting on the Delaware County list regarding Sarah Brown.
i do not have her, one of the people in your line may connect with some
Delaware County folks- specifically, Juliette Brant, second marriage to
Monteith. Please email me privately so that we can compare notes.
Incidentally, am I correct to assume that your parent is either Maggie,
or Doris? J. Jack. DA Class of 51"
I am Doris' oldest daughter ( of three). My g-grandmother's [Ursula
Brant] sister, Juliette Brant was married 2nd to John Monteith of
Walton. I have a few deeds and other documents of his. Please get back
to me and I apologize for responding so belatedly, but the whole
computer has been on the fritz. Hope to "talk" to you soon. .
To my fellow researchers: Have the census for the following Gavitt's:
Blazle 1870/1880 - G--ld (22) -1892 - Daniel - 1855/1860/1865 - Eugene - 1892
-Johannas - 1892 - John B. 1892 -George - 1855/1865 - Green - 1860 - Rufus
1870/1880/1892 - Thomas - 1870 - Samuel - 1860 plus a second Samuel - 1860 -
Thomas - 1870 and William 1855/1860/1865/1870/1875/1880.
De SILVA John - 860 - Olive - 1870, Demedorus - 1880 and William 1855/1880
and William, W.J. - 1880
HALL Benjamin - 1865 and Ephran - 1875/1880
FENTON Alexander - 1855/1865
MYERS Henry - 1865/1875 - Hiram - 1865 - Jacob - 1865 - John - 1865 and
James - 1865.
WYCKOFF John - 1855 and Smith - 1865.
Most of the family are linked together, so I am putting it on the list for
anyone who wishes fhis info. Since I am already on a large project, I will
send this data via the smail so to save the time for my other projects.
To our Delawa researchers. Have data on the following named Henderson's:
Adam - Alfred - Hasley -James/Emma - James/Nancy - James/Hannah - Joel and
John. Helen, I will send you a copy of all of these Hendersons and hope that
this will be of some assistance to you.
Fletcher: Located the following SACKRIDER'S in Delaware Co. Henry - 1860 --
Jarrie - 1860 -- James - 1870 and Lewis 1870 and 1880. Don't know if these
are the people you are looking for but figure that I would pass on this data.
Mary; Have the folowing info for you as listed below:
Andrew - 1880 Timothy - 1875
Adam - 1870 Thomas - 1865
Charles - 1865 William/Elizabeth -
Elizabeth - 1870 William/Sarah -
Joseph - 1870 - 1880 William/Augusta - 1870
James - 1865 William/Augusta -
John - 1865 - 1870 William/Caroline -
Leonard - 1880
NOTE: The two William/Augusta are listed at different locations but the only
child name is close and were born within that year, only 1 month apart.
Adam - 1855 - 1860 -1865 - 1870 -1880
George 1855 - 1860 - 1865 - 1870 -1880
Have made copies and if you care fro them please send a SASE and I will get
them off to you. Hope this helps you out and have posted this to the Delaware
site for their information.. Much too much to put in a msg. Also my other
address has been changed to joanduffy(a)erols.com in memory of my wife.
Charles D. BARTHOLOMEW b. 1869 Andes,Del. Co.,NY s/o Watson and Mary Jane
Bartholomew m.1891 at Andes to Cora Bulcun b. 1872 Sullivan Co.,NY. They
had the following children:
Frank b 1892 at Margaretville m. Edith C. Moyer of Springfield,Otsego
George b. 1894 d. at 4 mo.
Charles jr. b. 1896 at Margaretville, resided at Kansas City,MO. in 1946
William Hamilton b. 1898 at Margaretville, resided at Long Island in 1946 .
Do these names look familiar. Is there anyone out there who is researching
I am hoping to find some living decendants of the Bartholomew family.
Please contact me if you can help.
Renee C. Greene wrote:
> OK, Richard... (hands on hips) been reading, huh? So...
> come clean and confess. WHO are you looking for and what have you
> GOT? (grins)
> Um... er.. oh, who me? (gulp) Heh. I guess I'm a READER, too.
> OK, OK. I'm researching the HENDRY family. The start of ONE branch
> is Harpersfield, Delaware Co., NY. OK, I said it. (grins) And yes,
> I have TONS on the Hendrys - 9 large databases (branches) with NOT
> very well documented sources. My job is to prove the connections and
> hopefully join some of those databases.
> OK, it's YOUR turn, Richard! (Smile)
> Renee Collins-Greene (Searching HENDRYs)
> Email: renee(a)sefl.satelnet.org
> (954) 473-2071 Fax: (954) 473-1586
Sorry for the delay . . .
Searching for my mother's ancestral parents and their families as they
migrated into New York (c.1770), through Delaware & Schoharie Counties
(c.1803), NY to Hillsdale & Lenawee (c.1823) Co., MI. Most of my data
is from census, microfilmed church records and biographical sketches and
regenerated family histories. So I have a start. Now that I am just
learning about documenting and verifying, the chase is on! Relatives are
passing on and ignorants are discarding historical documents faster than
the aspiring genealogist can get to them.
Researching: Getter / Goetter (two lines because Getter md Getter
(documented)), Gilbert, Allis, Burk (Burke), Perham, Vail / Vails, Van
As soon as I can get to it, I'll enter the rest of my names into the
Roots Surname List so that those interested can e-mail me directly.
My wife and I have been helping to digitize the Biographical Review. We
felt some ergency to get on with it. Our first ten pages (pp151-165),
yielded valuable info for both of our families. Cann't wait to see some
Great tool discovered to help translate from other languages: See
AltaVista:translations on the Web.
That's all folks (for now)
I am searching for any information on Adam B. BARTHOLOMEW b. abt 1852 in
Parksville,Sullivan Co.,NY married Fannie J. MCMULLIN b. 1867 at
Adam and Fannie had Harold G. b. 1888 and Alfred A. b. 1890 d. 1891. Fannie
died 1892. Harold is believed to have lived at Addison,NY with his fathers
brother. What happened to Adam? I have not been able to find any death
records on him. Where could he have gone? Any help would be appreciated.
Hi fellow rooters,
Martin HOUGHTALING b. abt 1794 resided in the Town of Middletown,Delaware
Co.NY, dies in Andes,Ny aft. 1880 census. His wife Hannah WORDEN b. abt
1802 . They had the following known children.
Roswell b. abt. 1820 d. 1885
Stephen A. b. May 8 1830
Mary Jane b. Apr 7 1832 (one of my ggrandmothers) she married Watson
Susan M. b. Feb 14 1839 (other ggrandmother) she married Andrew Jackson
Sarah b. abt 1843
William b. abt. 1845
Would like to share any info on these people and am always looking for
more. If you have any interest, please contact me.
Glad to see there wis another PARSONS researcher in Delaware county. Which
PARSONS family are you researching. Mine is the JOSEPH PARSONS family of
I am willing to trade information with you.
Hello Delaware Cousins,
Discovered Michael Goodrich, 1747 - 1823, enlisted 1775
as a private in the CT militia and was at the surrender of
Burgoyne. He was born Wethersfield, CT and died Walton, NY.
While searching Parsons and others, I found him while taking
advantage of a free offer. You can view 50 vol. of DAR
Lineage Books on Ancestry until Jan 29th. Check out all of
your ancestor's names at:
Found 825 Parsons entries, gave me more info on at least
11 lines and now have other info that might help me put
together data that previously did not fit in.
Just heard about this free offer yesterday.
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There is an excellent genealogy of the Bidwells in Boston
at the NEHGS. "Bidwell Family History - 1587-1982"
compiled by Joan J. Bidwell, for and in the interest of
the Bidwell Family Association. I believe there is a
copy at NYS Library.
In the "Directory of Family Associations" by Elizabeth
Petty Bentley Bentley, it lists a Bidwell Association:
Bidwell Family Association, Inc.
6586 Fields Ertel Road
Cincinnati, OH 45241
Faith B. Heath, Newsletter Editor and Secretary
Publishing "Bidwell Family Association Newsletter"
The Bidwell Genealogy includes Bidwells in and around
Delaware County right up to the 1980's. My cousin has
Bidwells which are in and around Trout Creek. Jacob
Bidwell was noted as being the 1st permanent white
settler of Sidney Center, Delaware, NY. They are all
buried in Highland Cemetery there.
Would love to have a copy of the passage on Peleg. Connecting him to a
father has been a problem.
I have just sent you copies of the pictures of the OSB Church where William
A Warren was pastor.
Love your URL. I couldn't get along without duct tape.
At 09:20 PM 1/19/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi Ed....You wrote:
>>Sorry I do not have church records, but I do have copy of a picture of the
>>church and graveyard. My Ballard ancestors were early settlers of Vega
>>(Roxbury) and are buried in the cemetery. I also have a news clipping from
>>the Delhi News Bureau, Sept 1997, describing efforts to preserve the O.S.B.
>>Church. Would be glad to send copies. Do you have access to the "History
>>of Roxbury" book? I was wondering if the Ballard's are mentioned.
>There are several mentions of the BALLARD family in the "History of
>Roxbury" On pg 141 it gives the family of Peleg BALLARD. I will e-mail
>this to you directly if you sent me your e-mail address.
>>>William Warren was the next door neighbor of my wife's ancestor, Isaac
>>>Birdsall. According to The History of Roxbury, William Warren was the
>>>founding pastor of the Old School Baptist Church of Bataviakill (the
>>>western end of the township next to New Kingston). He came to Roxbury, if
>>>my memory serves me right, in 1796 from what was then Fredrickstown,
>>>Dutchess CO. (later Patterson, Putnam Co.).
>Also...I copied the following about 1981 from the cemetery:
>"Rev. William WARREN who departed this life Dec. 6 1836 at ________,
>NY in his 76th year. At his request his remains were removed to the
>burial ground of the First Baptisst Church of Roxbury where he was chosen
>pastor May 27, 1706. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland and came to America
>in the Revolution. He commenced ministry at Fredericktown, now Carmel, NY,
>June 25, 1791. Moved to Batavia Kill, 1796."
>My husband descends from Abner and Mercy (HAZEN) MEAD who also migrated
>from Putnam Co to Delaware Co, by the 1800 Census. Their son David MEAD m.
>Elizabeth BALLARD, dau of Peleg and Martha (HAYNES) BALLARD. If this is
>your line, I believe that I know the parents of Marth HAYNES.
>Hoping to hear from you....Dorothy Holgate ducttape(a)epix.net
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>Have you visited the Delaware County NYGenWeb Site lately?
OK, Richard... (hands on hips) been reading, huh? So...
come clean and confess. WHO are you looking for and what have you
Um... er.. oh, who me? (gulp) Heh. I guess I'm a READER, too.
OK, OK. I'm researching the HENDRY family. The start of ONE branch
is Harpersfield, Delaware Co., NY. OK, I said it. (grins) And yes,
I have TONS on the Hendrys - 9 large databases (branches) with NOT
very well documented sources. My job is to prove the connections and
hopefully join some of those databases.
OK, it's YOUR turn, Richard! (Smile)
Renee Collins-Greene (Searching HENDRYs)
(954) 473-2071 Fax: (954) 473-1586
Seeking information about Caroline Bidwell Merwin b.12 April 1815 and d.
25 March 1895 in Deposit, NY. She was the wife of Nathan K. Merwin of
the Walton area. She had a daughter Emma R. Merwin married a Weston.
She listed a step-son, Almon Merwin. Nathan and Caroline are buried in
Pine Grove Cemetery or the old Laurel Cemetery in Deposit.
I am seeking confirmation on her maiden name and more information about
Her estate listed her heirs at law and next of kin the children and
grandchildren of: Moses and Susan FARNHAM (William, George, Moses,
Charles, Jeffrey, Henry Charles Phoebe A. Ray and Jane Barbaugh); Henry
and Laurinda MCCLURE ( Stansbury and Warren Mcclure, Harriet Coleman,
Prudence Lee, Sarah Carson, Mrs. Darius Carpenter, Dr H. E. Noble,
Clarence, Frank, and Clark Noble) Mrs Jacob Wisner, Mrs. Frank Wisner,
Laura Parker, Elias Mcclure, Anna McClure, and the children and
grandchildren of Luman CRESSON and Marinda BIDWELL OF De Ruyter, Madison
Co., NY ( Mary H. Wilson, Chloe Tripp, Irving Cresson, Mary Cresson,
Edwin Cresson, Lavere Cresson) and Laura Lewis.
I believe Caroline Bidwell was the sister of Laurinda McClure of McClure
Settlement near Deposit, just across the border in Broome County. I'm
trying to find Laurinda's maiden name. Any help would be appreciated.
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