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Note: NEHEMIAH LOVEWELL, was the son of ZACHEUS LOVEWELL (Orange County, Vt)
and second wife PHEBE (COLE) HILL. NEHEMIAH and PHEBE lived for a time in
Orleans County New York. (NEHEMIAH was m. 1) SARAH C. HUBBARD.
Cole, Ernest Byron,
The descendants of James Cole of Plymouth 1633 : also a record of the
families of Lieutenant Thomas Burnham of Ipswich, 1635, Lieutenant Edward Winship of
Cambridge, 1635, and Simon Huntington of Norwich, England, 1635 : with a
complete record of the Cole, Coole, and Cowle families of America in the Revolution
New York: Grafton Press, 1908, 479 pgs.
Page 179 INDEX LOVEWELL, NEHEMIAH AND FAMILY
Page 179. THE COLE GENEALOGY
1344. PHEBE P. COLE (DAVID 6, FREEGIFT 5, EBENEZER 4, BENJAMIN 3, HUGH 2,
b. Shaftsbury, VT., March 2, 1820, d. Chicago, Ill. Feb 14, 1889.
m. 1. ISAAC HILL, Jan. 4, 1837
m. 2. NEHEMIAH LOVEWELL, Aug. 19, 1846
2357. i. ARLETTA T. b. Oct. 2, 1838; m. ANDREW J. BOSS, Oct. 2, 1856
2358. ii. ASENATH M., b. Sept. 8, 1840; m. WILLIAM HARDY, Nov. 13, 1860
CHILDREN (LOVEWELL) Page 180.
2359. iii. PHEBE E., b. June 1, 1847; m. OSCAR D. SAYLES, May 10, 1887
2360. iv. CHARLES H., b. Oct. 9, 1848; m. DEBBIE CALDWELL, Dec. 24, 1870
2361. v. EMMA D., b. Jan. 26, 1851; d. Aug. 14, 1855.
In a message dated 12/12/2004 3:02:57 AM Eastern Standard Time,
HOLY CROSS CEMETERY
Power Line Road
South of the Village of Holley
Town of Clarendon, Orleans County, New York
Transcribed & contributed by: Sharon Kerridge
Formatted to htm by: Doug Murphy
Information for this cemetery came from stone readings, obits, death records,
census records & DAR records.
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On line: March 9, 2000
I believe, if I am correct, that when the St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church opened in 1892 that a parade was led from that depot. If this is the correct Depot, the station must have been built prior to 1892. Hope this helps. Maybe you should try figuring out when these tracks came through Albion, that might narrow your dates down even more.
To: Orleans County GenWeb list members
I plan to visit the Central Library in Rochester during December and/or January, weather permitting. If you need lookups in the New York State birth, marriage or death indexes, I'll be happy to check the indexes for you.
There are a few important guidelines that you'll need to follow. If you are interested, please go to the Orleans County GenWeb site, click on "Lookups". The first item, "Birth, Marriage, Death Indexes- events that occurred in New York State during specific years" will lead you to the neccessary guidelines before e-mailing your requests.
Orleans County GenWeb: http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyorlean/
Happy Holidays to all,
Mary Hibbard Stack <mstack(a)rochester.rr.com>
Staff Member: Orleans County GenWeb:
Charter Member: Orleans County Genealogical Society
Treasurer: The Hibbard Association:
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