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1601. “Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900.”
Groom Bride Date Vol./Page License No. County
RAY, THOMAS N CHANEY, MATILDA 1834-11-20 001/0026 00000777 GREENE
CARPENTER, PETER RAY, MALINDA L 1849-10-25 001/0091 00002726 GREENE
CARPENTER, PETER DODDY, CATHARINE 1857-07-09 001/0130 00003876 GREENE
HUDSON, WILLIAM RAY, LAVINA 1852-05-01 001/0104 00003091 GREENE
JOHNNESEE, JAMES M RAY, LOUISA 1852-02-05 001/0102 00003046 GREENE
HUDSON, WILLIAM RAY, LAVINA 1852-05-01 001/0104 00003091 GREENE
DAWDY, JAMES J RAY, FRANCIS P 1863-04-09 001/0162 00004842 GREENE
BALDWIN, SIMON CONDIT, MARY M 1881-04-28 00001052 PIKE
CONDIT, GEORGE W ARMSTRONG, LORETTA1880-11-09 001/0052 00006621 MONTGOMERY
CONDIT, ISAAC M SIGSWORTH, LYDIA A 1883-03-29 00000098 PIKE
QUICK, DANIEL CONDIT, MARGARET 1890-02-23 01B/0226 EDGAR
SCRITCHFIELD, GEORGE W HUNNICUTT, SARAH E 1879-09-25 00F/0090 00000360 GREENE
HUNNICUTT, GEORGE P YOUNG, SARAH E 1868-06-02 00E/0250 00006005 GREENE
HUNNICUTT, ROWEL PRUITT, POLLY 1827-01-30 001/0007 00000200 GREENE
HUNNICUTT, ROWEL DICKERSON, EMILY 1881-03-28 0OF/0106 00000732 GREENE
DICKERSON, EDGAR B SKELTON, MARGARET 1886-12-07 2/134/2756 LA SALLE
BOLT, HEZEKIAH DICKERSON, JULIA P 1866-11-08 D/510 LA SALLE
WAYNE, JOSEPH DICKERSON, GERTRUDE 1868-12-24 D/1958 LA SALLE
HARDING, JOHN DICKERSON, ADELIA M 1863-06-18 C/2363 LA SALLE
WILEY, CHARLES A DICKERSON, ESTELLA J 1884-01-24 1/305/842 LA SALLE
WILEY, FRED DICKERSON, HATTIE E 1891-11-04 3/129/6412 LA SALLE
WHITE, ARCHIE K DICKERSON, ANNA E 1891-12-09 3/135/6492 LA SALLE
HAZLEWOOD, THOMAS SWEETEN, PRACILLA 1855-05-09 001/0119 00003544 GREENE
HAZLEWOOD, WILLIAM L MARTIN, LUZETTE 1850-02-06 001/0093 00002761 GREENE
HAZELWOOD, GEORGE M MCCLENNING, MARY J 1892-03-29 000/0017 00003179 GREENE
HAZELWOOD, PLEASANT WATKINS, MARY 1842-02-10 001/0060 00001789 GREENE
HAZELWOOD, WILLIAM H KINSER, SARAH E 1898-04-24 000/0017 00004463 GREENE
1602. “U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865,” extracts, ancestry.com, 3/28/2013, William Scritchfield, b. abt 1829, Indiana, married, Carlin, Calhoun Co., Illinois, Consolidated Enrollment Lists, 1863-1865 (Civil War Union Draft Records); ARC Identifier: 4213514; Archive Volume Number: 3 of 6.
1603. “1865 Illinois State Census for Wm Scritchfield (Leritchfield in familysearch),” Walkerville, Greene, Illinois, electronic, ancestry.com, 3/17/2011, Illinois State Archives; Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Census, 1865; Archive Collection Number: 103.008; Roll Number: 2189B; Line: 31., William 40-50; wife 30-40; son 10-20; dau under 10; female 60-70.
1604. “1880 US Census for G W Critchfield and William Crichfield,” Walkerville, Greene, Illinois, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/15/2012, Year: 1880; Census Place: Walkerville, Greene, Illinois; Roll: 209; Family History Film: 1254209; Page: 228D; Enumeration District: 090; Image: 0458.
1605. “1860 US Census for William Scrichfield,” Belleview, Calhoun, Illinois, electronic, Ancestry.com, 1/23/2013, Year: 1860; Census Place: Belleview, Calhoun, Illinois; Roll: M653_159; Page: 824; Image: 132; Family History Library Film: 803159, b. abt 1837, Indiana.
1606. “1870 census for W Crutchfield (Scritchfield),” Walkerville, Greene, Illinois, electronic, Ancestry.com, 3/17/2011, Year: 1870; Census Place: Walkerville, Greene, Illinois; Roll: M593_224; Page: 105A; Image: 506; Family History Library Film: 545723., b. abt 1820, Indiana.
1607. “1880 US Census for G W Critchfield and William Crichfield,” Walkerville, Greene, Illinois, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/15/2012, Year: 1880; Census Place: Walkerville, Greene, Illinois; Roll: 209; Family History Film: 1254209; Page: 228D; Enumeration District: 090; Image: 0458, b. abt 1828, Indiana.
1608. “1860 US Census for William Scrichfield,” Belleview, Calhoun, Illinois, electronic, Ancestry.com, 1/23/2013, Year: 1860; Census Place: Belleview, Calhoun, Illinois; Roll: M653_159; Page: 824; Image: 132; Family History Library Film: 803159, b. abt 1834 New York.
1609. “1870 census for W Crutchfield (Scritchfield),” Walkerville, Greene, Illinois, electronic, Ancestry.com, 3/17/2011, Year: 1870; Census Place: Walkerville, Greene, Illinois; Roll: M593_224; Page: 105A; Image: 506; Family History Library Film: 545723., b. abt 1841, New York.
1610. “1880 US Census for G W Critchfield and William Crichfield,” Walkerville, Greene, Illinois, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/15/2012, Year: 1880; Census Place: Walkerville, Greene, Illinois; Roll: 209; Family History Film: 1254209; Page: 228D; Enumeration District: 090; Image: 0458, b. abt 1840, New York.
1611. “1866 Alabama State Census for L Commens, A Commins, W Commins, Jinza Commins, Patrick Commins, Jinsa Cummins, John Commins,” T10, R10, Winston Co., Alabama, electronic, ancestry.com, 5/27/2016, Ancestry.com. Alabama State Census, 1820-1866 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. This collection was indexed by Ancestry.com.
1612. “1870 US Census for Linsey Commons (Cummins),” Township 10 Range 8, Winston, Alabama, electronic, ancestry.com, 5/27/2013, Year: 1870; Census Place: Township 10 Range 8, Winston, Alabama; Roll: M593_45; Page: 511B; Image: 729; Family History Library Film: 545544.
1613. “1867 Voting Registration and Loyalty Oaths-Precinct 5,” http://www.freestateofwinston.org/1867vote.htm.
1867 Voting Registration and Loyalty Oaths
http://wcgs.ala.nu/1867vote.htm
Precinct 5
Commons [Commens?], John, 6 Jun 1806, Jackson County, Georgia
Commons [Commeans?], Josiah, 8 Apr 1826, Marion County, Alabama

Commons [Commeans?], Lindsey [Lindsley?], 24 Mar 1828, Marion County, Alabama
Commons [Comens?], Patrick, 24 Sep 1832, Walker County, Alabama
Commons [Comens?], Wyatt, 13 Feb 1841, Walker County, Alabama
Frost, Alexander, July 22, 1838, Benton Co., AL, 5
Frost, Edward, October 30, 1836, Benton Co., AL, 5, Died August 1915; Buried Frost Cem.
Frost, Nathan R., December 30, 1830, Morgan Co., AL, 5
Frost, Snowing, May 21, 1798, Anderson Co., TN, 5, Died January 1897; Buried Frost Cem.
1614. bjwynne1, “Wynne Family Tree,” http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/23692750/person/1511399390?ssrc=, 5/27/2013.
1615. “1880 US Census for Caroline Cummings,” Beat 6, Winston, Alabama, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/27/2013, Year: 1880; Census Place: Beat 6, Winston, Alabama; Roll: 35; Family History Film: 1254035; Page: 569A; Enumeration District: 290; Image: 0695.
1616. “Pierson Kinship Historial Newsletter,” Elmer E. Meyer, Oct 1981, paper.
1617. Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, John W. Jordan, L.L.D.; HIstorical Society of Pennsylvania, Clearfield Co., New York & Chicago, 1911; reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland, 1994, 2004, I, 781-797; Waddell-Smith Family, 8/7/2012.
1618. Francis Bazley Lee, compiler, Genealogical and Memorial History of the State of New Jersey, copy in my possession, New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1910, pg 1200.
1619. Avlyn Dodd Conley, 1997 Supplement to Genealogy and History of the Daniel Dod Family in America, Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1997, 27 May 1735.
Included the document “parmenas dodd.pdf where some information is from.
1620. Condit Family Records, currently in the possession of David Condit; previously in the possession of Norman I. Condit.
Family sheets collect for 1916 update of Condit genealogy, handwritten notes collected by Norman I. Condit, letters and genealogy sheets submitted by individuals to the Condit Family Association. These items collected since approximately 1885 and maintained by Condit and Cousins following the demise of the Condit Family Association. picture of headstone.
1621. Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Bible and Family Records, 300-365, #339, Rutgers University Special Collections.; Alexander Library, New Jersey, 10/6/2011.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AND UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES
A. GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW JERSEY
2. Family Records
a. Bible and Family Records
Records: Over 5,670 original, photocopied, or transcribed records arranged and numbered
in accession order. Primarily pre-1850. Records #1 through #4899 have been photocopied
and bound. The bound volumes have black covers and are located on the back of the range
of shelves next to the window. Access to records #4900+ by call slip.
1622. Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Bible and Family Records, #2238-40, Rutgers University Special Collections.; Alexander Library, New Jersey, 10/6/2011.
1623. The Axtell Record: Being a Family Record of the Descendants of Maj. Henry Axtell, Ephraim S. Axtell, Printed at “The Jerseyman” Office, Morristown, New Jersey; 1886, https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE927600.
1624. Carson A. Axtell, Axtell Family, Darwin Press, New Bedford, MA; 1945, added date.
1625. The Axtell record : being a family record of the descendants of Samuel Loree Axtell of Mendham, Morris County, New Jersey and Mt. Clemens, Macomb County Michigan, His Descendants, self published 1942, ancestry.com, electronic, 11/1/2016.
1626. “1900 US Census for Jas R Axtell (Jonathan Reeve Axtell),” Howell, Livingston, Michigan, electronic, Ancestry.com, 3/18/2015, Year: 1900; Census Place: Howell, Livingston, Michigan; Roll: 726; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0073; FHL microfilm: 1240726.
1627. Carson A. Axtell, Axtell Family, Darwin Press, New Bedford, MA; 1945, says maiden name Carlisle.
1628. “Seeking Michigan-Death Records, 1921-1952,” Michigan Dept of Health, for Letty H Axtell, http://seekingmichigan.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/sing...oll7/id/783335/rec/1, 3/18/2015.
1629. Susan Hathaway, shathaway@san.rr.com, “Re: Condits and Cousins Infomation,” 3/26/2013, email files of David Condit.
1630. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, John Reynolds Totten, The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York, 1922, 53, 136-137, 6/19/2014, files of David Condit (electronic copy), indicates b. 1/21/1731 probably should be 1751.
1631. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, John Reynolds Totten, The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York, 1922, 53, 136-137, 6/19/2014, files of David Condit (electronic copy).
1632. Brianne Kelly-Bly; Morris Co. Genweb, “1st Presbyterian Church of Morriston Baptisms,” http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~njmorris/churches/1stpresbaptism.htm, viewed 2/17/2011.
1633. “Will extract for Thankful Axtell,” Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, A. Van Doren Honeyman, The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, Somerville, NJ, 1918, First Series-Vol. XXX; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Vol II - 1730-1750, 28, 4/10/2015, electronic; google books.
1694 Oct 31. Ward, John, of Newark; will of. Wife Hannah, formerly the widow of Thomas Huntington. Sons John and Nathaniel; sons-in-law Jabish Rogers and John Cooper; the latter is to have Pheby’s share in the division; daughters now living, but not named, children of dec’d daughter Hanner Baldwin; grandson John Ward, House and lot in ewark Township between John Morice and Nathaniel Warde, and other land. Personal property. Executors-sons John and Nathaniel. Witnesses-John Prudden senior and Robert Young. Proved November 20, 1694. NJ Archives, XXL, p. 216, and Essex Wills.
1634. The Condits and Their cousins in America, Norman I. Condit, Cook & McDowell Publications, 1980, Owensboro, KY, page 418, Appendix: Axtell Family.
1635. “1920 US Census for Frank Dickerson, Myron Denfee,” Hageman, Gooding, Idaho, electronic, ancestry.com, 4/6/2015, Year: 1920; Census Place: Hageman, Gooding, Idaho; Roll: T625_292; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 172; Image: 84.
1637. “Cecil Burton Gilmore,” Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho, 26 Mar 2001, 26 Mar 2001, 7.
1638. Dry Creek Cemetery, Boise, Ada Co., Idaho, 9/4/2012, Ann Gilmore, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...6168&df=all&.
1639. “1930 US Census for John L Miller,” Castle Rock, Cowlitz, Washington, electronic, Ancestry.com, 3/26/2013, Year: 1930; Census Place: Castle Rock, Cowlitz, Washington; Roll: 2487; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 53; Image: 561.0; FHL microfilm: 2342221.
1640. “Idaho, Southeast Counties Obituaries, 1864-2007 for Robert E Dickerson Sr,” familysearch.org, , 12/17/2008, 9/24/2014, "Idaho, Southeast Counties Obituaries, 1864-2007," index and images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/QVS6-SJ4K : accessed 24 Sep 2014), Robert E Dickerson Sr, 2008; citing Idaho Falls FHC, Idaho Falls; FHL microfilm 100464643.
1641. “Alabama, County Marriages, 1809-1950,” electronic, familysearch, 5/13/2015, for Roy Mitchell and Annie Mae Hand, Colbert Co., Alabama, "Alabama, County Marriages, 1809-1950," (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:29NJ-NXT : accessed 12 May 2015), Roy Mitchell and Annie Mae Hand, 30 Nov 1935; citing Colbert, AL, US, county courthouses, AL; FHL microfilm.
1642. Mitchell Cemetery, Colbert Co., Alabama, 5/11/2015, “Find-A-Grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=33296361.
1643. Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Joseph R. Klett, Baltimore, MD : Genealogical Pub. Co., 1996, 986-989; 775-780 (Hezekiah Smith), 7/5/2014.
1644. The Baldwin Genealogy, Charles Candee Baldwin (1834-1895), Cleveland, Ohio, 1889, 483, 5/5/2012, electronic, google books.
Available on Google Books at http://books.google.com/books?id=IbowAAAAMAAJ&...he+baldwin+genealogy
1645. The Passaic Valley, New Jersey, in three centuries, John Whitehead, 1819-1905, New York : New Jersey Geneal. Co., 1901, 2, not dated, see text, 3/5/2015, says d. 1730.
Charles Lighthipe 115-117
James Smith 285-290
Samuel Condit 227
Baldwin’s 100-104
1646. Linda Jewel (Kelly) Heflin, 1974, “Family Group Sheets for Various Families.”
Lewis Mills family
robert Coe family
Andrew Strick family
Edward Kelly family
Dennis Heflin family
John Kelly family
Arthur Ward family
1647. “Town of Cairo-Deaths 1883 - 1909 Part A,” Courtesy of Tara Rumph, Cairo Town Clerk, Transcribed by Sylvia Hasenkopf, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nygreen2/town_of...ecords_1883-1908.htm, 6/11/2014, for daughter Martha.
1648. “1850 US Census for Jonas Finch,” Sidney, Delaware, New York, electronic, Ancestry.com, 6/10/2014, Year: 1850; Census Place: Sidney, Delaware, New York; Roll: M432_494; Page: 83A; Image: 174.
1649. “1855 New York State Census for Jonas Finch,” Sidney, Delaware, New York, electronic, familysearch.org, 6/10/2014, "New York, State Census, 1855," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K63B-743 : accessed 11 Jun 2014), Jonas Finch, Sidney, Delaware, New York, United States; citing Secretary of State; FHL microfilm 832847.
1650. “Jonas Finch,” raygraham, branwell4@bigfoot.com, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=branwell25&id=I12.
1651. Stephanie J. Walker, “finch,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~walkersj/finch.html, viewed 12/22/2004, walkers@vaix.net.
13.  AMOS5 FINCH was born 1751 at Bedford, Westchester Co., NY, and died 1845 in Greene Co., New York.  He married MARTHA PARKS Abt. 1780 in Lexington Heights, Greene County, NY., daughter of LT. JONAS PARKS.  She was born 1760 and died 1831.  Green Mountain Boys & NY line, applied for pension Feb. 5, 1833 Greene Co, NY a res. of Cairo, NY. Lived at Nine Partners in Dutchess Co., NY at enlistment. After 1792, they crossed the Hudson River with their family oxen in a scow Amos built himself. Across the Hudson River on the back of oxen, suspended in large bags, rode their twin sons, Amos and Abram. They started across at Catskill but the current carried them downstream to West Camp. From there they traveled to Tower Mountain where they lived a short time before coming to North Settlement and eventually to the Esopus and Ashokan Valleys. Burial with wife Beaches Corners Cemetary, Jewett, Greene Co., New York.
Children of AMOS FINCH and MARTHA PARKS are:
17. i. BENJAMIN6 FINCH, b. June 10, 1791, Dutchess Co., New York; d. November 15, 1899.
 ii. AMOS FINCH, b. March 08, 1792.
 iii. ABRAM FINCH, b. March 08, 1792.
18. iv. JONAS FINCH, b. June 20, 1782; d. January 07, 1864, Sidney, Delaware Co., New York.
 v. ABRAHAM FINCH, b. May 01, 1783.
 vi. JOANNAH FINCH, b. 1785; m. CORNELIUS CRISPELL.
 vii. VICTOR FINCH, b. 1786.
 viii. MARY FINCH, b. 1787; m. JOHN SCHUNEMAN, December 23, 1813, Katsbaan Dutch Church, Ulster Co., New York.
 ix. WILLIAM FINCH, b. 1789.
 x. IRA FINCH, b. 1793; d. 1793.
 xi. MARTHA FINCH, b. 1794.
 xii. SAMUEL FINCH, b. 1796.
 xiii. ZADA FINCH, b. 1805; d. 1886; m. ROBERT MCMURRY.
1652. Kathy Finch, kd2vx@earthlink.net, “Re: Amos FINCH and Martha PARKS,” 4/7/2005, copy in possesion of David Condit.
1653. Marcia Hiebsch, “Family Information,” 8/1/2014, email files of David Condit.
1654. “Sons & Daughters of the Pilgrims,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/h..._hubbard_pilgrim.htm, 28 Apr 2003.
“LINEAGES OF MEMBERS of the NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF THE PILGRIMS”; PHILADELPHIA; PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY; 1929
1655. The Ancestors and Descendants of Humphrey Nichols of Newark, New Jersey, Frederic C. Torrey, Lakehurst, NJ, 1917, multiple; some downloaded to David Condit’s files, 1990; 7/5/2014, viewable on Hathi Trust Digital Library, http://hdl.handle.net/2027/wu.89080560857.
Viewed at Rutgers University Library on 8/23/1996 and copied at the same time.
1656. Pearl Wilcox, Roots of the Reorganized Latter Day Saints in Southern Iowa, Private Printing, 1989, 160, dob listed as 6 Mar 1807.
David M. and Hannah Gamet were among those prime settlers of Little Sioux. They had been members of the early-day church in Nauvoo and were there when Joseph and Hyrum were murdered in 1844. They followed Brigham Young on the trek across Iowa, but, on reaching Kanesville, they were practically without money. David offered his gold watch to the ferryman for the trip across the Missouri River, but was refused, and the Gamets were forced to remain in Kanesville. There David worked at his trade as shoemaker going into the homes to make the shoes which were so badly needed for the long hike across the plains.
David was born December 8, 1811, near Cooperstown, New York. He married Hannah Pember Hyde, who was born March 6 1807, in Ostega County, New York. After their marriage August 27, 1832, they became converts to the Latter Day Saint gospel in 1835, and he served as a traveling missionary through the days when much persecution of the Saints was taking place.
While at Kanesville the Gamets found they could not accept the teachings of Brigham Young and his followers, and it was not long until their wagons were loaded, and they started to retrace their steps back eastward through Iowa. When they reached Harrison they settled for a time near Magnolia. After a short time they sold their land and moved to the vicinity of "Sol" Smith lake two miles south of Little Sioux. In 1856 the family moved into Little Sioux where David became an early-day merchant and kept an inn; its claim to fame was the dinner eaten by General Sherman on his way north to direct troops against the Indians shorty after the "Minnesota Massacre.''
At Little Sioux the good news of the Reorganization reached the Gamets, and they renewed their covenant under the ministry of Silas Condit. David again entered the missionary field anal valiantly promoted the gospel.
When President Joseph Smith, on his first trip west visiting the scattered Saints, made a stop at Little Sioux, he stayed at the Gamet home. Later, he wrote of David as '-the old saddler and harness maker of Nauvoo, who made the saddle, housings, holsters for pistols, military boots, and other equipment used by his father when the Legion was in dress parade."
Under the hands of President Smith and Charles Derry, David was ordained a bishop. Later he acted as agent for the Presiding Bishop in the Little Sioux District. He also became counselor to the president of the High Priests' Quorum, while for many years presiding over the Little Sioux Branch.
When a public school was eventually opened, prospective teachers were examined by David Gamet, since there was no Superintendent of Schools in those days, and since he was one of the few who could read and "do sums.'' However, the first school had been opened in 1857, taught by Mary Gleason, in the Gleason home.
David Gamet died December 28, 1884, at his home in Little Sioux, highly esteemed and respected wherever he was known. Hannah, his wife, died February 14, 1890. Both are buried in the Little Sioux Cemetery. Of the eight children born to the Gamets', five were surviving: Solomon, David, Isaac, Gilbert, and Levi.66
1657. Pearl Wilcox, Roots of the Reorganized Latter Day Saints in Southern Iowa, Private Printing, 1989, 160.
David M. and Hannah Gamet were among those prime settlers of Little Sioux. They had been members of the early-day church in Nauvoo and were there when Joseph and Hyrum were murdered in 1844. They followed Brigham Young on the trek across Iowa, but, on reaching Kanesville, they were practically without money. David offered his gold watch to the ferryman for the trip across the Missouri River, but was refused, and the Gamets were forced to remain in Kanesville. There David worked at his trade as shoemaker going into the homes to make the shoes which were so badly needed for the long hike across the plains.
David was born December 8, 1811, near Cooperstown, New York. He married Hannah Pember Hyde, who was born March 6 1807, in Ostega County, New York. After their marriage August 27, 1832, they became converts to the Latter Day Saint gospel in 1835, and he served as a traveling missionary through the days when much persecution of the Saints was taking place.
While at Kanesville the Gamets found they could not accept the teachings of Brigham Young and his followers, and it was not long until their wagons were loaded, and they started to retrace their steps back eastward through Iowa. When they reached Harrison they settled for a time near Magnolia. After a short time they sold their land and moved to the vicinity of "Sol" Smith lake two miles south of Little Sioux. In 1856 the family moved into Little Sioux where David became an early-day merchant and kept an inn; its claim to fame was the dinner eaten by General Sherman on his way north to direct troops against the Indians shorty after the "Minnesota Massacre.''
At Little Sioux the good news of the Reorganization reached the Gamets, and they renewed their covenant under the ministry of Silas Condit. David again entered the missionary field anal valiantly promoted the gospel.
When President Joseph Smith, on his first trip west visiting the scattered Saints, made a stop at Little Sioux, he stayed at the Gamet home. Later, he wrote of David as '-the old saddler and harness maker of Nauvoo, who made the saddle, housings, holsters for pistols, military boots, and other equipment used by his father when the Legion was in dress parade."
Under the hands of President Smith and Charles Derry, David was ordained a bishop. Later he acted as agent for the Presiding Bishop in the Little Sioux District. He also became counselor to the president of the High Priests' Quorum, while for many years presiding over the Little Sioux Branch.
When a public school was eventually opened, prospective teachers were examined by David Gamet, since there was no Superintendent of Schools in those days, and since he was one of the few who could read and "do sums.'' However, the first school had been opened in 1857, taught by Mary Gleason, in the Gleason home.
David Gamet died December 28, 1884, at his home in Little Sioux, highly esteemed and respected wherever he was known. Hannah, his wife, died February 14, 1890. Both are buried in the Little Sioux Cemetery. Of the eight children born to the Gamets', five were surviving: Solomon, David, Isaac, Gilbert, and Levi.66
1658. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, Listed as David Garnet of Richfield.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1659. Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) for Hyde family, Connecticut Towns, White, Lorraine Cook, Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002, 12/5/2012, ancestry.com, electronic, Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
1660. “1840 US Census for Polly Heyde,” Richfield, Otsego, New York, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/17/2012, Year: 1840; Census Place: Richfield, Otsego, New York; Roll: 327; Page: 89; Image: 181; Family History Library Film: 0017203.
1661. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1662. “1860 U.S. Census-Margaret Turner,” Wisconsin, Fond Du Lac Co., Rosendale Township, NARA Microfilm M-653, Roll 1407, pg 188, family 560, dwelling 560, National Archives, pg 912 family 1329.
1663. Harrison Co., Iowa Genweb, “U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules -Harrison County Iowa -1860-1880 Combined Index,” http://iagenweb.org/harrison/census/mortality_schedules_1860_1880.htm, 5/17/2012.
1664. “1850 U.S. Census - J.E. Hyde & Parley Hyde,” Springvale, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, NARA Microfilm M-432, Roll 997, pg 225, National Archives.
1665. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, pg 424.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1666. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, dob 15 Feb.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1667. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59, dob 13 Feb.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1668. “1860 U.S. Census - J.E. Hyde,” Wisconsin, Fond Du Lac County, Rosendale Township, NARA Microfilm M-653, Roll 1408, pg 919, family 1380, dwelling 1368, National Archives, pg 912 family 1329.
1669. “1870 U.S. Census - Parley Hyde,” Morgan Township, Harrison Co., Iowa, 6 August 1870, Nara Film M593, Roll, National Archives.
1670. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, page 98.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1671. “1850 US Census for Gustavus A Hyde,” Otsego, Otsego, New York, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/17/2012, Year: 1850; Census Place: Otsego, Otsego, New York; Roll: M432_579; Page: 233B; Image: 475.
1672. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, says b. May 1807.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1673. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, Listed name as Adolphus.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1674. “1850 US Census for Keziah Hyde,” New York; Ostego County; Locke Township, NARA Microfilm M-432, Roll 579, pg 233, family 482, dwelling 507, National Archives.
1675. “1850 US Census for John Filkins,” Exeter, Otsego, New York, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/1/2016, Year: 1850; Census Place: Exeter, Otsego, New York; Roll: M432_580; Page: 37A; Image: 79.
1676. “1855 New York State Census for John Filkins,” Hartford, Washington, New York, electronic, ancestry.com, 5/1/2016, New York, State Census, 1855 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013.
1677. “1860 US Census for Roswell Calkins,” Richland, Oswego, New York, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/1/2016, Year: 1860; Census Place: Richland, Oswego, New York; Roll: M653_838; Page: 844; Image: 607; Family History Library Film: 803838.
1678. “1900 US Census for Adelia A. Calkins,” Richland, Oswego, New York, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/1/2016, Year: 1900; Census Place: Richland, Oswego, New York; Roll: 1144; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 0140; FHL microfilm: 1241144.
1679. Daysville Cemetery, Richland, Oswego Co., New York, 5/1/2016, “find-a-grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...amp;GScid=64328&.
1680. “Shane Frye Family Tree,” Speese22, http://person.ancestry.com/tree/34219067/person/28683561124/facts, 5/1/2016.
1681. “1790 US Census for Matthew Hyde,” New London, Connecticut, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/26/2016, Year: 1790; Census Place: New London, Connecticut; Series: M637; Roll: 1; Page: 172; Image: 101; Family History Library Film: 0568141.
1682. “Connecticut, Town Marriage Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection),” for Matthew Hyde and Elisabeth Huntington, 4/19/1733, Franklin, Connecticut, 5/26/2016, Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Town Marriage Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
1683. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59, Birth 20 March 1750.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1684. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, birth 16 March 1750.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1685. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59, Marriage date 25 Aug.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1686. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, Marriage date 26 Aug.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1687. Old Norwichtown Cemetery, Norwich, New London Co., Connecticut, 5/26/2015, “find-a-grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...mp;GScid=640509&, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...mp;GScid=640509&.
1688. The Abell Family in America, Robert Abell of Rehoboth, Mass., Horace A. Abell and Lewis P. Abell, Tuttle Publishing Co., Inc.; Rutland, Vermont; 1940, multiple.
Robert pg 43
Caleb pg 58
1689. Sandi Sullivan, “The Sullivan Burgess Family Tree,” http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&...llivan&id=I07363, viewed 3/3/2007.
1690. “1860 U.S. Census - J.E. Hyde,” Wisconsin, Fond Du Lac County, Rosendale Township, NARA Microfilm M-653, Roll 1408, pg 919, family 1380, dwelling 1368, National Archives.
1691. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, pg 425.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1692. Plains Cemetery, Franklin, New London Co., Connecticut, 5/26/2015, “find-a-grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...mp;GScid=103586&.
1693. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59, pg 60.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1694. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59, pg 59.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1695. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59, pg 61.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1696. Reuben H. (Hyde) Walworth, LL.D., HYDE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, J. Munsell, 78 State St., Albany, NY, vol 1, 98-99, pg 61.
"Hyde Genealogy of the DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL AS IN THE MALE LINES, FROM WILLIAM HYDE OF NORWICH, with their places of residence, and dates of birth, marriages, and other particulars of them and their famiooies and ancestry." By Reuben H. Walworth, LL.D. in two volumes; Albany, J. Munsell, 78 State Street; 1864. Photoduplicated from film at the Library of Congress.
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V. Gustavus Hyde , born at Norwich West Farms , Conn., 18 June, 1777, the eldest son of Capt. Matthew Hyde of Norwich, by his second wife, Hannah Pember , was a grandson of John Hyde of the third generation. He m. 1 Oct. 1801, Mary Collar of Richfield, N.Y. The settled at Richfield, where he d. 27 Nov. 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at Richfield.
Their children were:
1093. Parley, b. March 1804, at Richfield, m. 1. Julia Harris, 2. Widow Adeline Amanda Lewis
1094. Adolphus, b. May 1807, at Richfield. He m. in 1833, Keziah Coon of Otsego, N.Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. They had two children: 1. Louisa, b. in 1835. 2. George W., b. in 1843.
1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Marinda risley.
1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah Shoots of Otsego. They had no children in 1857.
1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845, Horace Scott of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis., and was living there in 1857, s. p.
1098. Hannah, b. 5 March 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1831, David Garnet of Richfield, and was living in Iowa in 1857, and then had three sons.
1099. Delina, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. in 1831, David J. Parks of Albany, N.Y. They lived at Binghamton, N.Y. and were living at Fond Du Lac, Wis., in 1857, and had eight children: 1. Mary A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Martin L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Philetus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James K., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. Lorenzo E., b. 20 May 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851. And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.
1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She m. in 1839, Timothy Filkins of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children; 1. Andrew. 2. Clarence 3. Alexander.
1101. Sarah, b. July, 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.
1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. in 1832, John Filkins of Richfield. They were living at Port Ontario, N.Y. in 1857, and had three children: 1. Orson. 2. George. And 3. Mary.
1697. “U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970,” Lawrence Kaye Hyde, 6/17/1922, elecronic, ancestry.com, SAR Membership Number #37238, Minnesota #893, says 1834.
1698. “1840 US census for Eleazer Hyde, William W Hyde and Matthew Hyde,” New Hartford, Oneida, New York, electronic, Ancestry.com, 4/2/2015, Year: 1840; Census Place: New Hartford, Oneida, New York; Roll: 313; Page: 49; Image: 673; Family History Library Film: 0017199.
1699. “U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970,” Lawrence Kaye Hyde, 6/17/1922, elecronic, ancestry.com, SAR Membership Number #37238, Minnesota #893.
1700. “U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970,” Lawrence Kaye Hyde, 6/17/1922, elecronic, ancestry.com, SAR Membership Number #37238, Minnesota #893, says aft 1834.
1701. Connecticut Town Marriage Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection), Connecticut Towns, for Eleazer Hyde and Mary Brown, 4/2/2015, ancestry.com, electronic, Connecticut, Town Marriage Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
1702. Yvetta Kolar, rykolar@earthlink.net, “Info on Hyde Family,” 9/27/2001, Copy in possession of David Condit.
1703. “Records of Saybrook, CT,” NEHGR, 4, April 1850.
1704. The Abell Family in America, Robert Abell of Rehoboth, Mass., Horace A. Abell and Lewis P. Abell, Tuttle Publishing Co., Inc.; Rutland, Vermont; 1940, multiple, page 39.
Robert pg 43
Caleb pg 58
1705. Ellington Center Cemetery, Ellington, Tolland Co., Connecticut, 5/26/2015, “find-a-grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...mp;GScid=168541&.
1706. wheeler0717, “Wheeler Family Tree,” http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/17896382/person/586586803, 10/27/2012.
1707. “Hyde and Parks family in Rosendale Cemetary,” 1 Nov 1997, Copy in possession of David Condit.
1708. Michael Singleton, “RE: Priscilla E Condit,” 8/26/2014, email files of David Condit.
1709. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59, pg 63.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1710. Celeste Pember Hazen, John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America, private printing, 57-59, pg 64.
Of the children named above
Gustavus Hyde b. June 18,1777, Norwich West Farms.
m. Oct. 1, 1801, Mary Collier.
d. Nov., 1824 prob. at the farm; said to be bur. in E. Poultney Cem., near the upper road, but no stone was saved. According to the Hyde Gen. , Mary d. 1849, Richfield. The Hyde Gen. lists 10 ch, but these cannot now be verified. One was Parley Hyde, who m. 1st Julia , and 2d, his cousin Amanda . He moved North, and is supposed to be that Parley Hyde who was selectman of Albany, Vt. 1836-40, and left a son in Albany, Dr. A. J. Hyde. After the second marriage, at Wells, rem. Richfield, where Amanda lived the rest of her life, but their records are not found. Another is said to have m. Keziah Coon of whom there are family records in Otsego Co. Two of the daughters married Fillmores of a Middletown family not far from home, and another married a Parks of Wells. Vt. has no records of these. One of the youngest was Issachar Hyde. Most of them eventually went on West, after more or less of a stay in "Cooperstown."
1711. “1880 Census,” Green Cty, 9 June 1880, paper, Copy of record in possession of David Condit.
1712. Bill Kempton, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, “Silas W. Condit Family,” 8/7/2001, Files of David Condit.
1713. Garman.GED by L. DuVall, “Peter Parker,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/lissag/1/data/937, 8/17/2002, Groton.
1714. “Vital Records of Groton Massachusetts,” Vol I Births, Vol II- Marriages and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem Mass. 1927, Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, electronic, files of David Condit, http://www.americanancestors.org/databases/massach...image/?volumeId=7713.
Jonas, Capt., Sept 12, 1750, a. 71 y 10 m 17 d, G.R. 2
Mary, w. [wid. G.R. 2] Jonas, Oct 28, 1735. [in her 82d y G.R. 2]
1715. Francis Gould Butler, History of Farmington, Maine 1776-1885, New England History Press, Somersworth, 1983, 595- (Tufts), 547-8 (Parker), 497-9 (Hiscock), 395-7 (Bradford) 361-2 (Adams), 414 (Butterfield); 434 (Corbett); 521 (Knowltonn); 555 (Porter); .
1716. Sunbury Memorial Cemetery, Sunbury, Delaware Co., Ohio, 9/17/2012, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...p;GScid=1520424&.
1717. “1850 US Census for Asa L Parker,” Berkshire, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/17/2012, Year: 1850; Census Place: Berkshire, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: M432_675; Page: 101A; Image: 20.
1718. Descendants of Governor William Bradford, Ruth Gardiner (Mrs. Francis C.) Hall, Bradford Family Compact, Ann Arbor, MI, 1 , page 502, pg 502.
1719. “Doris Whittier Pierce Letter,” 1 Mar 1980, Delaware County Historical Society, Delaware Co., OH.
1720. “Farminton, Maine, Kennebec Co. Vital Records,” Vol. 1, pg 8, pg 20, from Bill Kempton.
1721. Rootsweb/~mefrankl, “Farmington Marriages,” http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/, 14 Aug 2001.
Name Town Name Town Intention Marriage
Thomas Jr Hiscock Farmington Sally Parker Farmington 1817 Nov 25
Peter Parker Farmington Salla Bradford Farmington 1799 Oct 1 1799 Nov 4
Peter Parker Farmington Sally Mrs Bradford Farmington 1799 Oct 28
1722. Vital records of old Bristol and Nobleboro in the county of Lincoln, Maine, Vol. 1 Births & Deaths; Vol 2 Marriages, Vol 1 Hiscock 348-355, Vol 2 Hiscock 129-131, 5/25/2015, https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE1969706, https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE954285.
1723. Red Schoolhouse Cemetery, Franklin Co., Maine, 6/28/2013, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...amp;GScid=90439&.
1724. Rootsweb/~mefrankl, “Farmington Marriages - Sorted by Female,” http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/fmarh-j.htm, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/fmarsz.htm, 5/24/2015.
MALE PLACE FEMALE PLACE2 INT_DATE MAR_DATE
Thomas Hiscock Farmington Belinda Field Chesterville 1848 Dec 9 1848 Dec 24
William C Bailey Farmington Belinda Hiscock Farmington 1862 May 29 1862 June 2
Joseph Hiscock Farmington Betsey Hiscock Bristol 1807 Feb
Leonard M Hiscock Farmington Mary I Sewall Chesterville at Chestervill e1843 June 11
Leonard M Hiscock Farmington Mary Jane Sewall Chesterville 1843 May 7 1843 May 30
Samuel Hiscock Farmington Phebe Thomas Farmington 1818 Sept 1
Thomas Jr Hiscock Farmington Ruth Thomas Farmington 1826 Feb 12 1826 Feb 27
1725. “Thomas and Anna Hiscock Family Record: birth of children,” electronic, 5/25/2015, Thomas and Anna Hiscock Family Record, Farmington, Maine, town recordds, 1741-1812, Vol 1, page 47; Maine Stat Archives, Augusta. FHL, 10865.
1726. “1800 US Census for Thomas Hiscock,” Farmington, Kennebec, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/26/2015, Year: 1800; Census Place: Farmington, Kennebec, Maine; Series: M32; Roll: 7; Page: 29; Image: 194; Family History Library Film: 218677.
1727. “1810 US Census for Thomas Hiscock,” Farmington, Kennebec, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/25/2015, Year: 1810; Census Place: Farmington, Kennebec, Maine; Roll: 11; Page: 834; Image: 00815; Family History Library Film: 0218682.
1728. Francis Gould Butler, History of Farmington, Maine 1776-1885, New England History Press, Somersworth, 1983, 595- (Tufts), 547-8 (Parker), 497-9 (Hiscock), 395-7 (Bradford) 361-2 (Adams), 414 (Butterfield); 434 (Corbett); 521 (Knowltonn); 555 (Porter); , pg 497.
1729. “Maine, Wills and Probate Records, 1584-1999,” for This Hiscock, wife Ruth Hiscock, mentions son Leonard M Hiscock, Franklin Co., Maine, 5/26/2016, PROBATE RECORDS ESTATE FILES; Author: Maine. Probate Court (Franklin County); Probate Place: Franklin, Maine.
1730. “1850 US Census for Peter Parker,” Readfield, Kennebec, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/17/2012, Year: 1850; Census Place: Readfield, Kennebec, Maine; Roll: M432_257; Page: 416B; Image: 315.
1731. “1860 US Census for Peter Parker,” Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/17/2012, Year: 1860; Census Place: Delaware, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: M653_957; Page: 176; Image: 357; Family History Library Film: 803957.
1732. “1870 US Census for Peter Parker,” Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 8/26/2013, Year: 1870; Census Place: Delaware, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: M593_1196; Page: 285B; Image: 169; Family History Library Film: 552695.
1733. Oak Grove Cemetery, Delaware, Delaware Co., Ohio, 9/17/2012, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...amp;GScid=42465&.
1734. Roots Web, “Farmington Births,” http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/farmbirths.htm, 14 Aug 2001, fmarh-j.htm.
DATE NAME BIRTH PARENTS BIRTHPLACE
1895 June 19 Arthur R Hiscock 4 Fred W & Cora A McLeary Hiscock Farmington & Strong
1880 Feb 8 Florence Augusta Hiscock 1 J Eugene & Angie S Corbett Hiscock & New Vineyard
1892 May 7 Ira Vaughn Hiscock 2 Eugene & Angie Corbett Hiscock mother b. Farmington
1985 May 25 Mary E Hiscock 3 Hiram R & Ada B Bean Hiscock Farmington & Chesterville
1824 Dec 18 Sally Parker Hiscock   Thomas & Sally Hiscock
1892 Aug 21 Walter Bernard Hiscock Fred W & Cora McLeary Hiscock Farmington & Strong
1735. “Delaware County Cemeteries Database,” Delaware County Genealogical Society, Delaware County Library, Delaware, Ohio, 8/15/2013, Delaware County Library, Delaware, Ohio.
1736. “Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1908-1953,” electronic, from familysearch.com, 8/26/2013, for Sophronia Parker, b. 1809, d. 7/16/1883, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, 285206, "Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6J2-W4J : accessed 26 Aug 2013), Sophronia Parker, 16 Jul 1883.
1737. “1850 Census for Francis Tufts,” Farmington, Franklin, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/29/2010, Year: 1850; Census Place: Farmington, Franklin, Maine; Roll M432_253; Page: 175A; Image: 338.
1738. Jay Franklin Tufts, Tufts Family History 1638-1963, Cleveland Heights, OH (1903).
1739. “William Francis Whittier (Frank),” Sunbury (Deleware Co., Ohio) News, Whittier Insurance, unknown, hardcopy.
1740. The People Book (A compilation of stories submitted to the authors about people in Delaware County, Ohio), Ruth Domigan Truxall and Esther McCormick, self-published date unknown, copy in files of David Condit, 8/15/2013, Delaware County Library, Delaware, Ohio.
1741. “1860 US Census for A L Perker (Parker),” Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 8/14/2013, Year: 1860; Census Place: Delaware, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: M653_957; Page: 2; Image: 9; Family History Library Film: 803957.
1742. “1880 US Census for A L Parker,” Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 8/14/2013, Year: 1880; Census Place: Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; Roll: 1017; Family History Film: 1255017; Page: 501B; Enumeration District: 042; Image: 0344.
1743. “Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio,” extracted by Joe Fleshman, http://greenlawn.delaohio.com/greenlawn/greenlawndata/p.txt, 8/26/2013.
1744. “Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994,” electronic, familysearch.org, 8/14/2013, for Asa L Parker and Minerva Black, Delaware, Ohio, source film number: 391394, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XDPB-KBD : accessed 15 Aug 2013), Asa L. Parker and Minerva Black, 1841.
1745. “Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994,” electronic, familysearch.org, 10/23/1851, for Asa L Parker and Samantha Black, Delaware, Ohio, source film number: 391395, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X8X1-DR6 : accessed 15 Aug 2013), Asa L. Parker and Samantha Black, 1851.
1746. “1850 US Census for Marshall Black,” Orange, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 8/26/2013, Year: 1850; Census Place: Orange, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: M432_675; Page: 222B; Image: 257.
1747. “1870 US Census for Samantha Parker,” Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, ancestry.com, 8/14/2013, Year: 1870; Census Place: Delaware, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: M593_1196; Page: 284B; Image: 167; Family History Library Film: 552695.
1748. “1900 US Census for Samantha Parker,” Columbus Ward 16, Franklin, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 8/14/2013, Year: 1900; Census Place: Columbus Ward 16, Franklin, Ohio; Roll: 1269; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 0114; FHL microfilm: 1241269.
1749. “Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1908-1953,” electronic, from familysearch.com, 8/14/2013, for Samantha Parker, d. 11/5/1903, f. Marshall Black, m. Polly Black, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, 1991134, "Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6CL-LJQ : accessed 15 Aug 2013), Samantha Parker, 03 Nov 1903.
1750. “1850 US Census for Ruth Hiscock,” Farmington, Franklin, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/17/2012, Year: 1850; Census Place: Farmington, Franklin, Maine; Roll: M432_253; Page: 199B; Image: 389.
1751. “1860 US Census for Ruth Hiscock,” Farmington, Franklin, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/17/2012, Year: 1860; Census Place: Farmington, Franklin, Maine; Roll: M653_435; Page: 649; Image: 63; Family History Library Film: 803435.
1752. Red Schoolhouse Cemetery, Franklin Co., Maine, 6/28/2013, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...amp;GScid=90439&, information on husband.
1753. Riverside Cemetery, Farmington, Franklin Co., Maine, 5/23/2015, “Find-A-Grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...mp;GScid=800867&.
1754. “1850 US Census for Leonard Hiscock,” Farmington, Franklin, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/17/2012, Year: 1850; Census Place: Farmington, Franklin, Maine; Roll: M432_253; Page: 196A; Image: 382.
1755. “1860 US Census for Leonard M Hiscock and Thomas Hiscock,” Farmington, Franklin, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/17/2012, Year: 1860; Census Place: Farmington, Franklin, Maine; Roll: M653_435; Page: 591; Image: 5; Family History Library Film: 803435.
1756. “1870 U.S. Census for Leomia Hitchcock (Leonard Hiscock),” Berlin, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, ancestry.com, 9/17/2012, Year: 1870; Census Place: Berlin, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: M593_1196; Page: 221A; Image: 39; Family History Library Film: 552695.
1757. “1880 US Census for Leonard Hitchcox (Hiscock),” Berlin, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/18/2012, Year: 1880; Census Place: Berlin, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: 1012; Family History Film: 1255012; Page: 365D; Enumeration District: 108; Image: 0232.
1758. “1900 US Census for S Sewart Hitchcock (Hiscock),” Berlin, Delaware, Ohio, electronic, Ancestry.com, 9/18/2012, Year: 1900; Census Place: Berlin, Delaware, Ohio; Roll: 1263; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 24; FHL microfilm: 1241263.
1759. Extracted by Marilyn M. Cryder, Abstracts of Obituaries, Death Notices and Funeral Notices from The Delaware Gazette, Delaware, Ohio, Jan 1907 - Dec 1908, self-published, Delaware, Ohio; 1995, 8/15/2013, Delaware County Library, Delaware, Ohio.
1760. Cheshire Cemetery, Delaware, Delaware Co., Ohio, 9/18/2012, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...p;GScid=1520661&.
1761. Extracted by Marilyn M. Cryder, Abstracts of Obituaries, Death Notices and Funeral Notices from The Delaware Gazette, Delaware, Ohio, Jan 1890 - Dec 1894, self-published, Delaware, Ohio; 1993, 8/15/2013, Delaware County Library, Delaware, Ohio.
1762. “Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907,” electronic, familysearch, 6/1/2015, for Leonard M Hiscock and Mary J. Sewall, 6/11/1843, Chesterville, Franklin, Maine, "Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907," (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F46N-SYG : accessed 2 June 2015), Leonard M. Hiscock and Mary J. Sewall, 11 Jun 1843; citing Chesterville, Franklin, Maine, reference Vol 21 Pg 63; FHL microfilm 10,865.
1763. “Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900,” electronic, familysearch, 6/28/2015, for Thomas Hiscock, 1/19/1823, Farmington, Lincoln, Maine, "Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," Database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F449-K3X : accessed 28 June 2015), Thomas Hiscock, 19 Jan 1823; citing FARMINGTON,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 10,865.
1764. Kal Perry, kalperry@msn.com, “Hiscocks of Chesterville Norcross Cemetery,” 6/8/2004, email files of David Condit.
1765. Zion’s Hill Cemetery, Chesterville, Maine, 5/24/2015, “Zion’s Hill Cemetery, Chesterville, Maine,” http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/zionscem.htm.
1766. Knowlton Cemetery, Franklin Co., Maine, 6/28/2013, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=11473016&.
1767. The history and genealogy of the Knowltons of England and America, Charles Henry Wright Stocking, Knickerbocker Press, New York 1897, 1, 5/25/2015.
1768. “1790 US Census for Thomas Hiscock & William Hiscock,” Sandy River, First Twp, Lincoln, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/25/2015, Year: 1790; Census Place: Sandy River, First Twp, Lincoln, Maine; Series: M637; Roll: 2; Page: 20; Image: 26; Family History Library Film: 0568142.
1769. “1820 US Census for Thomas Hiscock,” Farmington, Kennebec, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/25/2015, 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Farmington, Kennebec, Maine; Page: 443; NARA Roll: M33_35; Image: 45-.
1770. Francis Gould Butler, History of Farmington, Maine 1776-1885, New England History Press, Somersworth, 1983, 595- (Tufts), 547-8 (Parker), 497-9 (Hiscock), 395-7 (Bradford) 361-2 (Adams), 414 (Butterfield); 434 (Corbett); 521 (Knowltonn); 555 (Porter); , says d. 1826.
1771. Knowlton Cemetery, Franklin Co., Maine, 5/24/2015, “find-a-grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...p;GScid=2150129&, says d. 1827.
1772. Knowlton Cemetery, Franklin Co., Maine, 5/24/2015, “find-a-grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...p;GScid=2150129&.
1773. Mary Kent (Davey Babcock of Marblehead, Mass., “Samuel and Sarah (fellows) Knowlton of Ipswich, Mass., and Nobleborough, ME,” New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 86, pp. 132-143, electronic, Apr 1932, Massachusetts & Maine, copy in files of David Condit, see text.
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=mediaphotopublic&so=2&pcat=ROOT_CATEGORY&gss=angs-g&new=1&rank=1&msT=1&gsfn=Samuel&gsfn_x=1&gsln=Knowlton&gsln_x=1&mswpn__ftp=Nobleboro%2c+Lincoln%2c+Maine%2c+USA&mswpn=3826&mswpn_PInfo=8-%7c0%7c1652393%7c0%7c2%7c3242%7c22%7c0%7c1766%7c3826%7c0%7c&mswpn__ftp_x=1&mswpn_x=1&MSAV=0&msbdy=1715&cp=0&catbucket=rstpavid
1774. “1830 US Census for Anna Hiscock,” Farmington, Kennebec, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/25/2015, 1830; Census Place: Farmington, Kennebec, Maine; Series: M19; Roll: 48; Page: 334; Family History Library Film: 0497944.
1775. “Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907,” electronic, familysearch, 5/23/2015, for Hiscock and Anna Knowlton, Wiscasset, Lincoln, Maine, "Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F4XF-QNY : accessed 23 May 2015), Hiscock and Anna Knowlton, 19 Aug 1780; citing Wiscasset, Lincoln, Maine, reference ; FHL microfilm 12,309.
1776. Soldiers, Sailors, and Patriots of the Revolutionary War Maine, Compiled by Carleton E. Fisher and Sue G. Fisher, Natinal Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louisville, Kentucky, Hiscock 372; Knowlton 446-448, 6/26/2015.
1777. “1840 US Census for Williams Adoms (Williams Adams),” Farmington, Franklin, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/25/2015, Year: 1840; Census Place: Farmington, Franklin, Maine; Roll: 140; Page: 122; Image: 250; Family History Library Film: 0009703.
1778. Errata and Addenda to Dr. Stocking’s History and Genealogy of the Knowltons of England and America, Compiled by George Henry Knowlton, Everett Press Company, Boston, Mass., 1903, 1, 5/28/2015.
1779. “Vital Records of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Births, Marriages, Deaths,” Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., 1910, Ipswich, Massachusetts, electronic, files of David Condit, http://www.americanancestors.org/databases/massach...27&rId=141481645, http://www.americanancestors.org/databases/massach...25&rId=141494514.
Knolton ,
Abigail, d. Samuel, jr., bp Sept. --, 1740. C.R.5
Amy, ch. Sam[ue]l, jr., bp. May 6, 1739. C.R.5
Knowlton
Ebenezer, s. Samuel, June 18, 1684.
Elizabeth, d. Samuell, 4: 10 m: 1669. C.T. R.
Jonathan, s. Samuell, Mar. 16, 1677. C.T. R.
Samuel, s. Samuel, jr., bp. Nov. 6, 1737. C.R.5
Samuel, s. Samuel, ov. 9, 1672. C.T. R.
Sarah, d. Samuell, Jan. 16, 1670. C.T. R.
Fellows
Sarah, d. Jona[than] and Sarah, bp. 22: 10 m: 1717
Jonathan, s. Isaac, Sept. 28, 1682. CT. R.

Marriages
Ammi, and Elisabeth Presson of Beverly, at Beverly, June 16, 1761
Ammi, and Anna Porter, of Wenham, at Wenham, Dec. 9, 1762
Jeremiah, and Mrs. Anne Peirce of Manchester, at Manchester, Mar. 12, 1778
Nath[aniel]ll, and Eliza[beth] Dean of the Hamlet, int. Dec. 25, 1742
Samuel, and Sarah Fellows, int. June 26, 1736.
Samuel, jr., and Mrs. Ester Dane, int. July 9, 1759
Samuell, and Elizabeth Witt, Apr. --, 1669. CT. R.

Deaths
Ebenezer, jaundice, Sept. 27, 1772, a. abt. 46 y. C.R. 5
Ebenez[er], Mar. 11, 1743.
Fellows
Sarah, w. Serg. Jonathan, May 30, 1725
Isaac, Corp., Apr 6, 1721 "upwards of" 84 y.
Joanna, wid. Corp. Isaac, Mar 22, 1732.
Hannah, w. Jona[than], 18: 11 m: 1710
1780. Soldiers, Sailors, and Patriots of the Revolutionary War Maine, Compiled by Carleton E. Fisher and Sue G. Fisher, Natinal Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louisville, Kentucky, Hiscock 372; Knowlton 446-448, 6/26/2015, listed with no unit.
1781. “1810 US Census for Joseph Hiscock,” Farmington, Kennebec, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 5/25/2015, Year: 1810; Census Place: Farmington, Kennebec, Maine; Roll: 11; Page: 833; Image: 00814; Family History Library Film: 0218682.
1782. “Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900,” electronic, familysearch, 6/2/2015, see text, Strong, Franklin, Maine, see text.
Elizabeth Hiscock, 11/24/1784
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Elizabeth Hiscock, 25 Nov 1784; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
Jane Hiscock, 9/19/1786
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Jane Hiscock, 19 Sep 1786; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069.
Benjamin Hiscock, 9/27/1788
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Benjamin Hiscock, 27 Sep 1788; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
Mary HIscock, 12/3/1790
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Mary Hiscock, 03 Dec 1790; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069.
Daniel Hiscock, 3/26/1792
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Daniel Hiscock, 26 Mar 1792; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
Enos HIscock, 3/19/1794
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Enos Hiscock, 19 Mar 1794; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
Eunice HIscock, 5/14/1796
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Eunice Hiscock, 14 May 1796; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
William Hiscock, 2/23/1798
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , William Hiscock, 23 Feb 1798; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
Elias Hiscock, 2/25/1799
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Elias Hiscock, 25 Feb 1799; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
Martha Hiscock, 1/30/1801
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Martha Hiscock, 30 Jan 1801; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
James Hiscock, 1/10/1803
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , James Hiscock, 10 Jan 1803; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
Experience Hiscock, 12/4/1804, d. 5/23/1808
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," index, FamilySearch , Experience Hiscock, 04 Dec 1804; citing STRONG,FRANKLIN,MAINE; FHL microfilm 12,069
1783. Vital records of old Bristol and Nobleboro in the county of Lincoln, Maine, Vol. 1 Births & Deaths; Vol 2 Marriages, Vol 1 Hiscock 348-355, Vol 2 Hiscock 129-131, 5/25/2015, https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE1969706, https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE954285, intension filed 1/4/1807.
1784. Conant Cemetery, Strong, Franklin Co., Maine, 5/24/2015, “find-a-grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...p;GScid=2430003&.
1785. “Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907,” electronic, familysearch, 6/1/2015, for William Hiscock and Ennis Day, 6/2/1784, Bristol, Lincoln, Maine, "Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907," (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F4FS-J62 : accessed 2 June 2015), William Hiscock and Ennis Day, 02 Jun 1784; citing Bristol,Lincoln,Maine, reference ; FHL microfilm 10,557.
1786. “Cemetery Transcriptions from the NEHGS Manuscript Collections,” for Sarah Montgomery Hiscock, http://www.americanancestors.org/databases/cemeter...cript/?rId=130081857, 6/3/2015.
Sarah wife of Capt. Wm. Hiscock & dau. of John Montgomery of Boothbay d. Dec. 14., 1839 Aet.70
1787. jvbutter, “Butterfield Tree,” http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/26568858/person/1869933032, 6/28/2013.
1788. Riverside Cemetery, Farmington, Franklin Co., Maine, 5/23/2015, “Find-A-Grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...mp;GScid=800867&, from wife’s page.
1789. “Steve Condarcure's New England Genealogy 2816 (Family Pages),” Steve Condarcure, http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_aff.htm, 6/19/2015.
1790. “1840 US Census for Samuel Hinock (Hiscock),” New Vineyard, Franklin, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 6/1/2015, Year: 1840; Census Place: New Vineyard, Franklin, Maine; Roll: 140; Page: 81; Image: 167; Family History Library Film: 0009703.
1791. “1850 US Census for Samuel Hiscock,” New Vineyard, Franklin, Maine, electronic, Ancestry.com, 6/1/2015, Year: 1850; Census Place: New Vineyard, Franklin, Maine; Roll: M432_253; Page: 86A; Image: 168.
1792. Francis Gould Butler, History of Farmington, Maine 1776-1885, New England History Press, Somersworth, 1983, 595- (Tufts), 547-8 (Parker), 497-9 (Hiscock), 395-7 (Bradford) 361-2 (Adams), 414 (Butterfield); 434 (Corbett); 521 (Knowltonn); 555 (Porter); , says 1796.
1793. “Daggett Cemetery, New Vineyard, Maine,” Copied July 1981 by George & Janet Thompson, 5/25/2015, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/dagetcem.htm.
1794. Garman.GED by L. DuVall, “Peter Parker,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/lissag/1/data/937, 8/17/2002.
1795. “Vital Records of Dunstable, Massachusetts,” Vol I Births and Deaths, Essex Institute, Salem, Mass. 1913, Dunstable, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, electronic, files of David Condit, http://www.americanancestors.org/databases/massach...=1&volumeId=7698.
1796. “Estate of Peter Parker,” Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, electronic, files of David Condit, Probate Record 1778. -Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States -Case_Number: 16767; www.americanancestors.org.
1797. Garman.GED by L. DuVall, “Peter Parker,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/lissag/1/data/937, 8/17/2002, place.
1798. Roots Web, “Farmington Births,” http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/farmbirths.htm, 14 Aug 2001, fmarnp.htm.
DATE NAME BIRTH PARENTS BIRTHPLACE
1895 June 19 Arthur R Hiscock 4 Fred W & Cora A McLeary Hiscock Farmington & Strong
1880 Feb 8 Florence Augusta Hiscock 1 J Eugene & Angie S Corbett Hiscock & New Vineyard
1892 May 7 Ira Vaughn Hiscock 2 Eugene & Angie Corbett Hiscock mother b. Farmington
1985 May 25 Mary E Hiscock 3 Hiram R & Ada B Bean Hiscock Farmington & Chesterville
1824 Dec 18 Sally Parker Hiscock   Thomas & Sally Hiscock
1892 Aug 21 Walter Bernard Hiscock Fred W & Cora McLeary Hiscock Farmington & Strong
1799. Descendants of Governor William Bradford, Ruth Gardiner (Mrs. Francis C.) Hall, Bradford Family Compact, Ann Arbor, MI, 1 , page 502.
1800. Salt Lake City Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah, 4/29/2013, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...amp;GScid=77424&.
1-200, 201-400, 401-600, 601-800, 801-1000, 1001-1200, 1201-1400, 1401-1600, 1601-1800, 1801-2000, 2001-2200, 2201-2400, 2401-2600, 2601-2800, 2801-3000, 3001-3200, 3201-3400, 3401-3600, 3601-3800, 3801-4000, 4001-4200, 4201-4400, 4401-4600, 4601-4800, 4801-5000, 5001-5200, 5201-5400, 5401-5600, 5601-5800, 5801-6000, 6001-6200, 6201-6400, 6401-6600, 6601-6800, 6801-7000, 7001-7200, 7201-7400, 7401-7600, 7601-7800, 7801-8000, 8001-8200, 8201-8400, 8401-8600, 8601-8800, 8801-9000, 9001-9200, 9201-9392