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Spirit of the Times - November 16-1827
The Subscriber, who carries on the Cabinet making business, in the village
of Warsaw, wishes to take one or two active Boys of good character and
industrious habits as apprentices. He will prefer those of the age of 15 or
A constant supply of good Cabinet Ware of the most approved models,
maybe found at his shop. Those who wish to purchase, are invited to call
and examine for themselves.
Warsaw, Oct. 29, 1827.
*transcribed & submitted by Linda Conpenelis Schmidt
I am looking for any info concerning William A. Seymour born 6
Aug 1835 in Arcade, Wyoming Co., NY. He is the fifth of eight siblings born
to Henry Seymour and Elizabeth Doubt, the first one, Caroline, being born in
PA. William was in the area for approx. 25 years. Henry could have been
there longer. All William's grandparents unknown at present. I will list
Henry and Elizabeth's children..
1825 in PA
1827 in NY
1830 in NY
1832 in NY
1835 in NY
1840 in NY
Muriel ? or
Maynard ? or Maind? 1842 in NY
1845 in NY
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I'm new to the list but not to research.
I am trying to learn more about a Frederic Blackberger, b. 1814 and d. 26 Jan 1892. He is buried at Forest Hills in Attica.
Here is the some of what I know, so far.
1. FREDERIC1 BLACKBERGER was born 1814 in Germany, and died 26 Jan 1892 in Attica, Wyoming County, New York. He married MARGARET. She was born 1834 in Germany, and died Bet. 1864 - 1870 in Wyoming County, New York.
Children of FREDERIC BLACKBERGER and MARGARET are:
i. GEORGE2 BLACKBURN, b. 08 Dec 1862, Middlebury, Wyoming County, New York; d. 14 Apr 1943, Buffalo, Erie County, New York, United States; m. MARY MARGARET BENZINO, 26 Jun 1889, St. Mary RC Church, Buffalo, Erie County, New York, United States; b. 18 Jul 1861; d. 12 Dec 1936.
ii. WILLIAM HENRY BLACKBURN, b. Dec 1863, Middlebury, Wyoming County, New York; d. 10 Apr 1932, Buffalo, Erie County, New York, United States; m. MARY M. SCHROEDER, Abt. 1887; b. 19 Feb 1865, Attica, Wyoming County, New York, United States; d. 12 Nov 1944, Buffalo, Erie County, New York, United States.
I found where he immigrated, and have him in many census records... Am looking for his date of birth, his obit, etc., and anything that might help us find the surname of his wife.
We have the descendants, but no ancestors or ancestral history. We believe he came from Mecklenburg, Germany.
Any information will be very much apreciated!
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Looking for any information on Martin and Solomon Terry who were Revolutionary War soldiers from Connecticut. They seem to travel together and both in about same age group - 1800 Stephentown, Renssalaer Co., NY; 1810 Onondaga Co., NY; (can't find in 1820); 1830 Town of Orangeville, Genesee Co., NY; 1840 Martin listedin Town of Sheldon, Genesee Co., NY. Their war pensions are S14661 and S14662 - probably filing at the same time, both appear on the penison rolls for Genesee Co., NY. Believed to be brothers. I am working on a book concerning the Revolutionary War Soliders & Widows of Wyoming Co., NY and any help will greatly appreciated. Anita Ripstein Hayes
I am not related nor do I know anyone who is. However, the family mentioned in the old photograph may have been the family of William (1833) and Sarah (1834) Wiley and there children: Arthur (1870), Annie (1873) and Edwin (1879). Source 1880 US Fed census Eagle, Wyoming, NY. They are all listed as being born in New York. The 1870 US Fed census Wethersfield, Wyoming, NY shows William W. Wiley age 38 (1832) and Sarah age 32 (1838).
> From: cardiels(a)comcast.net> To: NYWYOMIN(a)rootsweb.com> Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 07:50:37 -0700> Subject: [NYWYOMIN] WILEY Family Photograph> > I've "rescued" an old photograph identified as a member of the WILEY Family.> The photograph was taken at the Duryea Studio in Warsaw, New York, likely> sometime in the 1880's. The first name on the photograph is difficult to> read, but I'm guessing that it is Elvin or Ebrin or Urin A. WILEY. The> little boy in the photograph is identified as 4 years old at the time the> photograph was taken and also includes the name of the person to whom the> photograph was gifted, Mable MULHERON.> > I'm hoping to locate someone from this WILEY Family so that this precious> old photograph can be returned to his family. If you are a member of this> family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me.> > Thanks,> Shelley> > > -------------------------------> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NYWYOMIN-request(a)rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message
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I've "rescued" an old photograph identified as a member of the WILEY Family.
The photograph was taken at the Duryea Studio in Warsaw, New York, likely
sometime in the 1880's. The first name on the photograph is difficult to
read, but I'm guessing that it is Elvin or Ebrin or Urin A. WILEY. The
little boy in the photograph is identified as 4 years old at the time the
photograph was taken and also includes the name of the person to whom the
photograph was gifted, Mable MULHERON.
I'm hoping to locate someone from this WILEY Family so that this precious
old photograph can be returned to his family. If you are a member of this
family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me.