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Mary Anna (nickname "Mae") BURTON was born in the State of New York on 21
AUG 1874. I would like to know her parents names. She should be on the
Any suggestions or information will be deeply appreciated.
She married Aaron Anderson (born Sweden in 1851) I have the censuses
during her marriage in Orleans County (Murray); she died in Medina NY in
Maria BURTON is with her parents even in the 1855 Census of Yates, Orleans
County, New York.
Russell W. BURTON born 1794 probably born in CT (possibly RI)
Huldah COLE born 6/5/1791 in New Ashford, Berkshire County, New York
Seeking whereabouts of their daughter Maria BURTON who was born abt 1828 in
Cannot locate her in any of the censuses, in any of the cemeteries under
name of BURTON, not in marriage list in the county of Orleans, New York.
Possibly could have married someone and moved out of the county of Orleans.
The Orleans County web site is one of the best I have seen for locating
surnames; excellent and well done.
This came to me and I thought I would send it on.
I have, from an old family Bible, info on the families of Bently/Bromley/
Wright/Schenling/Lowe/and Ward. Can send copies of selected names. Also have
very old Newaygo County, Michigan Album. has many names of area people
imcougar54(a)aol.com aka "bob"
need to locate the marriage of Irene BULLOCK, date and who she married
born 1895 Erie County, NY
I believe that she is the daughter of William E. BULLOCK, born 1871 in
Irene is the granddaughter of Frances (SPAULDING) BULLOCK and Jeremiah
In 1910 and 1920, they resided in Yates Township, Orleans County, NY
Thank you so much
Both Frances and her husband Jeremiah "Jerry" are buried in the Lynhaven
Frances and Jerry BULLOCK are in the 1900 census living in Buffalo, Erie
County, NY (in the 1880 census & even though their 5 children were born in NY,
including the youngest one, who was born after their sojourn in Bear Lake,
Michigan; they were residing in Bear Lake, Michigan). Jerry died 7/21, 1904.
By 1910 census, Frances had moved back to Yates Township, Orleans County
(census taken on 4/18/1910:
BULLOCK, Frances E.; Head; age 61; Wd; born NY
BULLOCK, William E; Son; age 39; Wd; born NY; Engineer Locomotive
BULLOCK, Earl N. son age 21; single
BULLOCK, Irene; granddaughter age 14 single.
Also suspect that Irene BULLOCK is the daughter of William E. & Carrie
Melissa (BURTON) BULLOCK (BURTON is my kin...who also resided in Orleans County,
NY...one BURTON married a BAKER). Am trying to locate Irene and anyone who
might know if she was the daughter of William & Carrie....Irene was age 5 in
the 1900 census in Buffalo, NY; William back living with his parents and has
for marital status "d"....Carrie and William married for 7 years of less
(married on 12/14/1893).
I cannot locate Frances in the NY 1920 census; I suspect she might be living
with kin such as perhaps Irene, granddaughter, who probably married by 1920
Does anyone know about her??
Also can someone do a look up for her in the 1930 census?
I am trying to find descendants of Henry Lintner and Rachel (Friederike) Ahrens who lived in the Town of Barre in Orleans County. They came from the Mecklenburg area of Germany in 1883. Their children were Martha, Mary, Helen, Alice and Anson. Rachel died in 1930 and Henry in 1933. Helen married William Coughlin and died in 1985.
Found Frances E. (SPAULDING) BULLOCK in the 1910 census in Yates Township
BULLOCK, Frances E. Head; age 61; Wd (since 7/21/1904); b NY parents b NY
BULLOCK, William E. Son; age 39; Wd; b. NY; father b. MI; Engineer;
BULLOCK, Earl N. Son; age 21; ??? ; Medicine
BULLOCK, Irene; Granddaughter; age 14
My guess is that Frances E. BULLOCK for the 1920 census; might be living
with her granddaughter but I do not know who her granddaughter married.
William E. BULLOCK indicated he was divorced in the 1900 census and at that
time the entire family with Jerry BULLOCK (Husband) were on Waverly Street in
Rochester, Monroe County, New York; Jerry was a Foreman in a Bed Factory.
Also found Earl N. BULLOCK back in Rochester, NY in the 1920 census on
Remington Street; wonder if he married someone from Orleans County. Marion age
21, was his wife; and they thus far had 2 young daughters.
I did find what I believe is her son William BULLOCK in the 1920 census; but
not real sure in Oswego County, Oswego 8-WD, New York.
BULLCOK, William; age 50; born NY; parent born NY; machinist; owns shop
BULLOCK, Mary; age 50; born NY; parents born NY;
But is this the same William BULLOCK. We know he married a kin of ours
Carrie Melissa (BURTON) MILLER, but do not know date of marriage; First record
of our kin Carrie, was in the year 1943, 18 Arlington Street, Rochester, NY,
as a widow of William BULLOCK.
Thank you so much.
Some time back I asked if anyone knew of Angling Road in Ridgeway and did get an answer. Sadly I didn't save it and have since lost all my old mail. Would very much appreciate getting this information again, and this time I will both print it out and save it.
My interest comes from handwritten family notes -
"Ann POCOCK WEBB had five brothers and three sisters. They lived near Ridgeway, N.Y, on Angling Road where her brother Richard was killed while cooning".
Ann is my great, great grandmother and I have found much information on her. It is her brother Richard whom I cannot find either on the Orleans County web site, nor in the census. The year of his death is unknown, but since Ann and her family arrived in 1833, and were found on the 1840 census, perhaps he was in America by then.
Evelyn, now in Maine
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